Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)
- Class of 1968
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A force for the future
Anderson I-Iigh School
20,000 Anderson High School graduates
Cradu t is 21 long-awaited and remembered goal.
From 92 graduating classes more than
20,000 men and women
l have carried their hopes and dreams
from Anderson High,
. Until 1957 it was the only public high school
in the city, and every student knew
that eventually he would have to carve
out a career in the familiar red brick
building that stood just a few blocks
from the center of town.
He got an education, a diploma, and
an armload of memories of people, places,
Each year several hundred names were added
to the graduation roles, and this year
the total reached
s a center ol academic learning mvthe community.
Students have il loyalty and pride in their school that lasts into adlllthood
Table of Contents
Opening .... . . . 1
Academics . . . . . . . . 14
Activities . . . . . . . 34
People ..... .. 86
Advertising . . . 138
Mrs. Mzujorie Austin becomes the "voice of AHSU via special an-
nouncements each school clay.
A feeling of permanency
The hallway rush remains an unchanged part of school lilk-.
Mr. Clillord Swift, Xlr, George Davis, and Mr. Donaild Bowen arc symbolic
ol vxporicm-c and dedication in classroom tcacliiug and administration.
In 1876 four seniors became the first alumni
of AHS from a new high school
at Twelfth and Main streets,
but since 1910 all graduates have progressed
through the present building.
Membership in the senior class is new each year,
but there is a continuance of custom,
tradition, and procedures
that gives to the school a feeling of permanency.
Seniors are proud of their legacy of 92 years,
and they perpetuate it.
Dedication to excellence
Excellence is a goal of life.
Its attainment is fought for
in the classroom and clubroom and
in extracurricular events.
Students and teachers Worked and studied
to meet this challenge.
At year,s end
another graduating class had been
prodded, inspired, and prepared
for adulthood and in some measure
had achieved excellence.
Clarolc Pistoli-, Marv l,tlSt'Lll, and Anita Loc rank nt the top in
Rev. Russell Dcitcli inspires students to il religions zlwzirencss at
The 1967 Indian Stutl, led by Steve Prichard, Nancy Runner, and
Lncincln Cilliann, captures All-Anicricnn nntl NIL-dnlist awards.
iurwttes' pmcticv and ch-t1-x'l11i11.
'XL1llll'lIliL' slum-cc-M is de-pn-:lah-mut upon thc in
xc-tion of 5flIdL'llt :xml hum-In-1'.
An awareness of tradition
An overpowering awareness of the alndiany'
and its unique place in Anderson society
is in the makeup of every student.
He considered himself an Indian even though
he was not a part of an athletic team.
The Indian was one involved in school life.
He Wore red and green, Walked
the halls, lost himself in
The Indian was the scholar, the Student
Council member, the IC. "Daddyv Black
recipient, or the good citizen.
The NVigwam hulcls the traditions and nwinories ofpust events.
Student Council members are the if-preseiitgntivcs of 69 lI0ll1PlO0l11S
in planning school government.
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An evolving of spirit
Spirit in the individual
continued to grow during his
underclass days until it climaxed
at sectional time in his senior year.
N onnally timid students dressed in crazy
red and green, chanted up and down the halls,
and backed the teams.
Victory seemed so important, losing came hard,
but each year spirit was rekindled
to live again.
A L'lli-'0l'l0iKll'I',S emotions enter into every game.
HH:-cl und green" week lieiglitm-ns spirits as zany school dress be
eonies the clloniinnnt feature in the hu ls.
toiniiluiwk iiwnrcl lor the best class enthusiasm lmosts spirit
lnciizin inns iosc tlicnise-Ives in ii tension-packed, imrd-ibilght ganiiv.
NVitty slogans and colorful costumes liven zvuions pep mllics.
T110 lndiun maids-n and niuscot are the tmditiomii symbols oi' ani
cxiiiibviuuit sc-howl spirit.
The student made friends
the first day he entered school.
At first the newcomer found one friend,
then another, and finally several.
This was not accidentalg
AHS offered the perfect setting
for friendship, one not based
entirely on discipline and authority,
but on trust and mutual respect.
After lunch, small talk contributes to mutual lll1dI:'l'StlllKllIlg.
The solitude ofa busy hallway is 1 scarcity during u busy clay
Float building requires long hours and hard work, but it is fun.
Conversation over cokes helps to cement friendships for Switzerlanmfs Ursula Wiebel, and Kay
Larson, Donna Richardson, and Diane Elmore.
pursued academic programs which were
requirements of state and local
education authorities. Time
was spent in learning fundamentals
and in gearing to
individual differences and abilities.
The graduation ofthe 20,000th student
reflected the scope
of academic achievement since 1876 and
of an ever-expanding future.
Interested students go beyond required work through research
Supplementing the academic program, varied services
assisted Anderson High School students. New IBM com-
puters programmed approximately 2,100 schedules and
completed grade reports each six Weeks. Through in-
dividual study, library facilities, counseling, and testing,
students were prepared to further themselves in courses
ranging from general to pre-engineering programs.
The Youth Employment Service, expanding in services
and size during its second year, provided students
with part-time job possibilities.
Iowa testingi an examfple of a vast testing program, establishes
aptitudes an answers, ailures and achievements.
Individual research for a project centers in the high school li
brary's extensive card catalog.
New counseling offices are the nerve centers where futures are
planned throng counseling and guidance.
A reaclirag lab machine and its ever-moving beam of light im-
pel a stu ent toward reading speed and comprehension.
English class enhances communication skills as students
gain proficiency in composition.
Electronic lab speeds reading, fluency
Almost all students took advantage of the twenty Eng-
lish and language related subjects. Emphasis was placed
on special facilities such as the developmental laboratory
which doubled students, reading scores on the average
and the foreign language electronic lab which im-
proved fluency and comprehension.
Other than the required courses, the student was of-
fered electives in newswriting, speech, literature, and
composition which provided variety as well as a basis for
Spanish class is enriched by the auditory addition oflanguage laboratory machines.
Poise, rhetoric, and reqsoning develop through practice and
presentation in public periomiance classes.
Reporting, editing, and copywriting emerge as ti part of news
writing C ass requirements.
Math and science geared to Career fields
Mathematical concepts ofthe "New Mathu challenge the abilities of those enrolled in geometry.
Models of the molecular struc-
ture of chemicals add interest to
the study of chemistry.
The vastness of space becomes more meaningful through study of a celestial sphere
With increasing emphasis on the career fields entailing sci-
entific and mathematical knowledge, AHS met the academic
demands of students. Mathematics classes magnified the sig-
nificance of number relationships to prepare students for the
expanding field of computer programming.
The Science Department achieved a balance between basic
training and pre-college fundamentals, through contem-
porary approaches to study, and up-dated classroom equipment.
Mistakes in Algebra III are not always serious ones.
Belginninf? typing students, uided by visual instructions, de-
ve op con idence and accuracy.
Iournuls, ledgcrs, und musses nf figures create 21 scene of confusion us uccounts l'C'fllSG to b2llilllCb'.
Practices of the business world and their application to the in-
dividual are stressed in business law.
Business instruction has changed in recent years to
keep step with automation and advancing technology.
The department accomplished this transition by adopt-
ing new machines and methods. Basic courses built
essential foundations in personal skills while ad-
vanced sessions motivated the student for the highly
competitive world of modern business. Contemporary
office machinery such as rotary calculators and electrical
typewriters aided in the acquisition of skills for future
Stencil cutting is one of many
skills employe in the operation
of modern o tice machines.
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customer relations in
Xlgmbel s plum sale of Christmas greens to 1'8.lSPf 1111 ds for DC li. projegte
n the Job training mvolves Commumty
DECA students prepare posters to advertise their future retailing progr im
On-the-job training provides the unique opportunity
for direct involvement in the community. Established
Diversified Cooperative Education courses acquainted
the student with pre-professional employment in the
health, trade, and industrial areas, Distributive Edu-
cation sent students into retail work and national
competition in the D. E. Clubs of America, Food Service
classes developed a program in catering, serving, and
preparation of food. Full time employment or special-
ized education became the goal for many upon com-
pletion ofhigh school.
Home Economics established values for present and
future living. Students studied various phases of the do-
mestic arts and applied this knowledge to everyday life.
Added experience was gained for the advanced foods
classes by operating a catering service for the faculty
and student body.
To provide for better job opportunities, electives, and
required subjects were offered in Industrial Arts. Draft-
ing, Machine Shop, Mechanical Drawing, Auto Me-
chanics, and Printing Were typical courses preparing
students for apprenticeship in industry and place-
ment in substantial occupations.
Exacting work on the lathe completes a plan tomwed earlier at
the drawing board.
Food preparation and proper table setting are a part of modern
meal p anning.
Courses establish values, skills for living
Stndions work in drafting helps students prepare for future careers in engineering,
Feminine interest in the new
and cliflerent is aroused by Miss
Helen Harrell's lhbrics from around
Students prepared for a worthwhile life in the commun-
ity through participation in socially orientated classes.
The Social Studies Department utilized news media,
visual aids, student debates, and lectures to present a
broader scope for understanding domestic and for-
eign problems. Additional community services were
provided by Exploratory T caching, a new elective which
acquainted prospective teachers with elementary school
instruction, and Driver Education classes which gave
the student an awareness of responsibility to society.
Defensive driving techniques are practiced in the Driver Ed-
Exploratory Teachinfg introduces the aspiring teacher trainee
to situations in local e ementaiy classes.
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Civics classes show concern tor current world affairs.
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Concentration on Americzfs past and present enables students to understand future events
Muscle and motor skills emphasized
Mounting comlpetition and
excitement exp odes A in the
splash created by defenslve water
Modern dance promotes individual physical expression and development in girls Physieul EKll1C21tiO1l.
Physical Education emphasized both muscular co-ordination
and motor skills. Through an extensive and complete program
of thirteen athletic activities, participants developed physical
fitness, an understanding of body mechanics, and a source
of added recreation. For the first time in the schoolis history, an
outside activity area was made available to gym classes. This new
facility allowed for an even more diverse schedule of sports for
both boys and girls. The Physical Education Department also
stimulated interested girls into re-establishing the Girls, Ath-
Ropes, rings, mats, and bars
lllll d strong bodies while team-
work develops sportsmanship.
Student writing is examined by a faculty and student com
mittee of the Little Chief
Creativity Was essential to the well-rounded person.
Courses were devoted to training the individual in
appreciation of the arts and to developing talents in
each of the cultural areas. Through related channels, the
imaginative student expressed himself.
Personalities were disguised and foreign identities
adopted, as the dramatics participant developed poise
and released inventiveness. Those musically inclined
found an outlet in choral and administrative music.
Couises in painting, ceramics, drawing, and crafts
ranged from the rudimentary to the advanced. The
Little Chief applying a theme entitled "Kaleidoscope',,
presented literary selections of special merit by both
faculty and students.
Using form, texture, and color students express in inner self
Drama students create characterizations through the skillful ap-
plication of makeup and costumes.
Enthusiastic Madrigal rehearsal reflects the joy of music
Students identified themselves
as scholars, dramatists, athletes,
orators, linguists, journalists
through membership in extra-curricular
school-related clubs. Some of the
organizations were long established,
and time testedg
others were enthusiastically initiated
during the 1967-68 school year.
Associations developed leadership,
furnished much-needed outlets,
and stimulated educational interests.
Activities arouse complete emotional involvement.
Layout Editor Jayne Ferguson
Annual publication requires nighttime hours
Producing a yearbook was a nighttime job. On school
time teachers were interviewed, club pictures taken,
names checked, and yearbooks sold, but the real work
came after hours.
The 1968 "Indian" staff was stimulated by the threat
of deadlines, as most journalists are, and made every
one. They were innovators, using color in the academic
section for the first time and psychedelic colors on the
Tradition, more than deadlines, motivated staff mem-
bers and made the long hours pass quickly. The "Indian,',
a prize-winner for 11 consecutive years, demanded care-
ful editing and selection, and the new adviser Mr. Larry
Barnhart kept up the standards.
Friendship also carried the staff over rough spots.
Eighteen students worked their way from junior to senior
staff and then formed a bond of loyalty and friendship.
Business Manager Rex Richards
Yearbook Adviser Mr.
Editor-in-Chief Pat Hall
and dedication to deadlines and tradition
Managing Editor Janice Niehaus JUNIOR ANNUAL STAFF-Front Row-Karen Taylor, Ann Barnett, Karen Swinehart, Kathy
Chaney, Mary Bronnenberg, Pam Denny. Row 2-Karen Folsom, Bridget Hurley, Mary Ann
Weis, Sharon Taylor, Mary Pat Kelly. Row 3-Madeline Beaman, Katie Kopp, Mary Kay Wilder.
Row 4-Ralph Wood, Tom Mayer, Nancy Shearer, Dick Ferguson.
Photography Editor Ron Prichard SENIOR ANNUAL STAFF-In Front-Bob Trimble, Ron Prichard, Nicki Norton, Jayne
Ferguson, Barb Carney, Ann Richardson Rod Jarvis, Pat Hall. In Back-Janice Niehaus, Carol
Millspaugh, Pam Shannon, Donna Richardson, Bill Shearer, Jerry VanDyke, Mollie Smith,
Dave Sewell, Rex Richards, Nancy Hardwick.
Everyone sings, but
choirs are serious
At times it seemed that almost everyone at AHS was
singing-the school song, the popular tunes. But one group
was more serious about it, and the several hundred stu-
dents in the vocal music department were nearly pro-
The core of the program was Choral Club, which per-
formed at school convocations, presented programs of
its own and combined with band and dramatics groups
in hit shows. Madrigal Singers, the premier singers, and
Choralettes, a girls, choir, were joined this year by the
Varsity Singers, a relaxed organization singing the new
breed of popular folk music.
CHORAL CLUB-Front Row-Mr. Richard Seaver, Sponsor,
Anita Highwood, Pam Denny, Janine Ramsey, Glenda High-
wood, Kathy Cobb, Mike Young, David Ellsworth, Tim Frank,
Mark F raundorfer, Jerry Van Dyke, George Pancol, Gary Thurber,
Christy Black, Norma Buehler, Nancy Porter, Sherry YVest, Susie
Gallamore, Beth Upshaw. Row 2-Jo Rene Dubois, Kay Kiper,
Debbie Dudley, Ann Barnett, Jean Ann Stefke, Bev Caldwell,
Judy Redick, Karen Allen, Jim Baile , Bruce Whitmill, Dennis
Highbaugh, Allen Bingham, Wayne Plilegar, Tom Long, Claudia
Carter, Debby VanNess, Beth Newberry, Susie Mitchell, Carla
Jackson, Mary Paschal, Janie Bryant. Row 3-Becky Reish,
CHORALETTES-Front Row-Pam Wonders, Veronica Smith,
Marti Crosley, Jan Williams, Debbie Hobbs, Pam Zearbaugh,
Becky Anderson, Marianne Donnelly, Fran Moore, Mr. Richard
Seaver, Sponsor. Row 2-Jeanne Blubaugh, Nancy Reichard,
Essie Johnson, Taxiea Goehring, Brenda Aynes, Cathy Wheeler,
Elizabeth Harter, Leigh Ann Shafer, Terri Taylor, Susan Bilyeu,
Claire Richardson, Mike Alexander, Doug Huiterna, Dick Rich-
wine, Tom Thomburg, Mike McHenry Tim Paschal, Kevin Idle-
wine, Mike Bales, Dave Gamble, Gerald Pearson, Rick Dunkerly,
Sandy Roberts, Pam Trantham, Vicki DeBolt, Leatha Taylor Le
Ann Thompson, Tam Day. Row 4-Nancy O'Conner, Mlarcia
Dadds, Barb Finley, Debbie Keesling, Cheryl Burnett, Tim Gal-
braith, Eldon Eutsler, Jim Darnell, Steve Jourdan, Tim Phillips,
Dave Wine, Rick Ellsworth, Steve Fisher, Bob Price, Ralph
Wood, Rod Anderson, Ron Hellems, Keith Hinton, Tom Horevay,
Doug Hudson, Nancy Bright, Teresa Southwick, Kathy Stephens.
Linda McBurrows, Sheryl Richardson, Ronda McRoberts, Bec
Baker, Carol Buehler. Row 3-Marian Humphrey, Linda Beadii,
Debbie Newby, Betsy Garner, Barbara Green, Linda Norris,
Matoka Vontress, Cindy Loewen, Jana Hood, Cindy Grieb,
Pam Tomlinson, Shelley Lawson.
Highwoocl, Sally Hillsamer, Melinda
White, Jill jackson, Mary Paschal,
Mr. Richard Seaver, S onsor. Row 2-
Ierr Van Dyke, Mike Adams, Rod
Andlerson, Tom Thornburg, Rick Ells-
worth, Keith Hinton.
VARSITY SINCERS--Front Row-Mike Parks, Iudy Redick, son Beth Newberry, David Gamble. Row 3-Tim Phillips, Barb
Ron Hellems, Claudia Carter, Bruce Clear, Susie Mitchell... Finley, Gerald Pearson, Bruce Whitmill, Cheryl Burnett, Becky
Row 2-David Wine, Susan Bilyeu, Janie Bryant, Claire Richard- Reish, Mike Bales.
Council and faculty
form close bonds
Controversy was something that students talked about
but had little contact with because of the close relation-
ship of the Student Council with the administration.
Sponsors Mr. jack Nicholson and Mrs. Paula Howe ad-
vised, and council members made decisions. The com-
bination led to harmony while other Indiana schools were
embroiled in conflict.
The council alloted one-night hippie status to students
at the psychedelic Fall Wind-Up, "Bloomin' Atticf, and
gave the girls a chance during Twirp Week, when they
asked the boys to the dance, i'Midnight on the Majestic."
But the main work remained in the area of student
representation and government. Representatives from 69
homerooms met Weekly to thrash out problems before
they became conHicts and to promote the school to the
Pre-planning by Anita Lee, Reggie George, and Shirley Armstrong
sinooths out regular meetings.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row-Mr. Jack Nicholson, Spon-
sor, Reggie George, Pres., Anita Lee, Rec, Sec., Claire Richard-
son, Corr. Sec., Rita Sokol, Parliamentariang Mikc VVoodruff,
Reading Clerk, Jackie Guibault, Treas.g Marty Croft V-Pres.,
Anita Smith, Shirley Armstrong Glenda Highwood, Sally Brann,
Debbie Powers, Linda Campbell. Row 2-Brenda Swain, Davema
jackson, Meadow Swain, Pam Metz, Sharon Boles Cheryl
Chowning, Mary Beth Abel, Renda Shull, Michele Parks, Susan
Horevay, Ianet Bledsoe, Julia Baldwin, Ianis Sigler, Row 3-Tom
Goodman, Randy Smith, Steve Caudill, Lorri Neale, Tanya Tim-
mons, Pam Wonders, Elizabeth Halter, Mary Bronnenberg, Barb
Scott, Carol Brattain, jo Ellen Gadberry, Karen Williams, Janine
Marling, Rich Hall, Carol Buehler. Row 4-Rod Iarvis, Debbie
Welsh, Steve Pakes, Mary Cravens, Kris Mason, Betsy Huffman,
Dixie Rauner, Elaine Barker, Cindy Alt, Brenda Long, Gloria
Jones Marianne Donnelly, Debbie Crowthers, Mary Ia Osborne,
Ursula Weibel, Shirley Graham, Jeanne Davis, Tim Lanane.
Row 5-Fred Matthews, Kay Larson, Tom Vanderbur, Mike
Turner, Dave Sewell, Kevin Lane, Dave Jarrett, Steve Arnold,
Gary Erskine, Bill Snyder, Steve Meek, jim Wheelwright, Scott
Ray, Steve Lierman, Mark Fenimore.
Actors live, work for audience acceptance
Apprentice or veteran actors live and work for audience
acceptance, and the applause at every Thespian per-
formance during the year made the long nights of re-
hearsal easy to take.
In the first production of Troupe 736, 'Night of
January l6,,' the actors enlisted members of the audience
to sit in the jury box and decide the fate of the de-
fendent. Students and the elected jurors reached oppo-
site verdicts on each night of the presentation.
A Valentine's Day Play Festival and Award Night and
a childrenis fantasy story delighted both the young and
the old of the community. Students acted, directed,
built stage scenery, applied greasepaint, and promoted
all play productions. This hard work, coupled with en-
thusiasm, made this year a successful one for the
Prosecution and defense attorneys try to intimidate a key witness
in "Night of January l6.,'
THESPIANS-Front Row-Bruce Clear, Pres., Mrs. Maxine
Bridges, Sponsor, Betsy McNabney, V-Pres., Donna Richardson,
Treas., Melinda White, Sec., Cherie Roudebush, Cindy Bechtel,
Kathy Chaney, Susan Bilyeu, Judy Keel, Gloria Geiger, Judy
Redick, Pam Black, Debbie Dudley. Row 2-Barb Frossard,
Nicki Norton, Leatha Taylor, LeAnn Thompson, Ann Barnett,
Becky Courtney, Jean Ann Stefke, Virginia Goss, Claire Richard-
son, Terri Rowe, Jerry Van Dyke, Kay Kiper, Ellen Wehrley,
Christy Black, Jayne Ferguson. Row 3-Cheryl Chowning, Bev
Caldwell, Vicki DeBolt, Bridget Hurley, Jill Jackson, Carole
Pistole, Jenifer Dexter, John Crisler, Ruthie Gaither, Mollie Smith,
Geoff Gephart, Pam Tomlinson, Keith Hinton, Pam Denny, Sue
Todd, Rob Priddy. Row 4-Claudia Carter, Carolyn Madara,
Debra Beher, Kathy McHenry, Janice Niehaus, Kathy Loucks
Jeanne Davis, Steve Musser, Susie Sokol, David Bell, Gini Brod-
erick, Steve Mustin, Janis Sigler, Tom Lane, Leigh Ann Shafer,
Ed Whetsel, Ed Billheinier, Mike Reed. Row 5-Fred Matthews,
Tim Paschal, Regina Falker, Mike Turner, Marcia Dadds, Rod
Anderson, Tim Persing, Kay Larson, Ervin Cox, Don Barnett,
Tim Boman, Barb Finley, Jody Walker, Mike Parks, Ursula
VVeibel, Tom Thornburg, Wayne Phlegar.
Statl members Diane El-
more, Susie Mitchell,
Karen Folsum, Tom
Graddy, Nancy Shearer,
Kathy Loucks, Barb Fros-
sard, Madeline Beaman,
and Paula Maggard re-
view future articles as
Page and Managing edi'
tors of the X-Ray,
X-Ray staff Writes 15,000 words a Week
Publishing the high school newspaper is one mad rush
from a week before school begins until the final senior
issue is put to bed in the spring. In between time there
is the shorter deadline that results in one of the few
high school newspapers printed in a school print shop on
a weekly basis.
Each week more than 15,000 words had to be Written,
and inevitably errors cropped up. The staff set up elab-
orate proofing systems, the print shop did the same, and
both shrugged oii the criticism-most of it undeserved.
At year's end student readers had a complete record
of the happenings at school. They could count on the
X-Ray for all important announcements from the ad-
ministration and student leaders, and a wealth of feature
material on little-known areas of AHS life.
Copyreaders and typists Bruce Clear, Jeanne Blubaugh, Steve
Merritt, Bev Caldwell, and Cay Robbins see their handiwork set
into type in the print shop by Bob Cobble.
Circulation and Advertising staffers LeAnn Thompson, Janet
Q - , - , . V , Roettinger, Mike Reed, Cherie Roudebush, Debra Crowthers,
isgniiihkegogglifinbfjigs iggtggiuklrfialegeytoni Kay Larson, VVendy Majors, and Tim Persing meet to boost X-Ray sales.
to keep students informed of happenings
Story planning for each news beat requires team effort by reporters Karen Taylor, Pat Sample, Linda Carter,
Barbara Scott, Brenda Boards, Carol Smith, Jim Wheelwright, jean Barnett, Gail Benak, Diana Rolfs, John Crisler,
and Artie Pepelea.
Flair, spectacle, showmanship, and musical excellence
were the marks of a typical year for the Marching
Indians. Football and basketball crowds marveled at the
dash and precision of the 168-member group, often for-
getting the hours of drill and study that Band Director
George F. Vaught prescribed before each of the spec-
Fourteen football and basketball shows, Eve community
parades, dozens of school events ranging from pep ses-
sions to dramatic plays to the 'cVariety Show of 1962?
gave thousands of spectators the chance to see the daz-
zle of the band,s versatile presentations.
Indians march with
Intricate and spectacular lighting is the domain of lighting crew
members David Rolfs, David Miller, Bob Smith, Larry James.
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Playing while marching is a skill reached by diligent practice. Training behind it, the band steps off at the State Fair.
o applause of thousan ds of spectators
Organizer and guiding genius of the baud is Mr. George F.
The "Star Spangled Bannerv is spine-t' gl' g h I d b th
band in the darkened Wigwam beforeuS3,0gl0 1X0gllC? aye y e
Variety showas clash and elegance
BAND-Front Row-Anita Highwood,
Janet Roettinger, Nancy O'C0nnor, Kathy
Chaney, Carol Brattain, Jan Anderson,
Monica Borges, Charlotte Gray. Row 2-
Gail Benak, Sally Brann, Gail Moody,
Fran Moore, Fred Collins, Debbie Hobbs,
Denise Hinchman, Gordon Kane, Sharon
Gibson, Reggie George, Bruce VVhitmill.
Row 3-Ron Hellems, Derrick Britt,
Debby Lloyd, Sandy Lawson, Linda Pat-
ton, Karen Patton, Colleen Brown, Gary
Barr, Denise Hinton, Allen Ringham, Don
YVells, Tim Phillips, Eric Hoffman, Tom
Thornburg, Steve Robinett. Row 4-Don
Bastine, Barry Gibbons, Roger Long, Bob
Eckman, Bill Garret, Mike Burnett, Dar-
rell Grile. Row 5-Mr. Hoffman, Rick
Kellams, Roger Shirley, Karen Higgins,
Tom Haggard, Dave Helvey, Jack Ire-
land, Alvin Renschler, Mark Phelps, Bill
Gray, Rod Fletcher, Lloyd Brown.
INDIANETTES-Front Row-Chris WVisner, Sharon Zink, Leisa Clark, Lyn VVable, Diane
Adams, Polly Stone. Row 2-Ronna Wisner, Terry McKee, Melody Achor, janie Roush
Sally Smith, Brenda Reed, Susie Bray. Row 3-Essie Kimmons, Sherry VVest, Cheryl VVatson,
Mary Lennartz, Sheila Teague, Row 4-Linda Manship, Diana NVelchel, Cindy Alt, Teresa
Carter, Pat Kimmerling, Diane Rolfs, Brenda Long, Emilv Hosek, Linda Carter.
A 310,000 Variety Show extravaganza climaxes a successful and effective band year.
raw thousands of admirers
BAND-Front Row-Linda Beard, Cathy
Phillips, Belinda Broadnax, Brenda Swain,
Glenda Highwood, Dixie Rauner, Debbie
Newby, Jeanne Blubaugh. Row 2-Den-
nis Roberson, Jon Nipple, Jody Walker,
Phillip Coale, David Coryn, Bev New-
som, David Simpson, Katherine Varda-
man, Meadow Swain, Cheryl Palmer. Row
3-Mike Pitcher, Randy Smith, Richard
Crain, Mike Bousman, Ted Patterson,
Jell Sloan, Ronda Melloberts, Kay Kiper,
Ken Craig, Steve Priser, David Chapman,
Jim Hailey, Terry Forkner, Jacque Fork-
ner. Row 4-Bobby Knotts, Charlie New-
som, Tim Galbraith, Louis Garris, Marvin
McCloud, Doug Rolfs, Duane VanDalsen,
Steve Hardacre, John Borkman, Greg
Smith, Scott Balsley, Jim Dageforcle, Dick
Etsler, Paula Bingham. Row 5-Gary
Phillips, Tom Flory, Tim Hodges, Pete
Hudson, David Rose, Mr. George Vaught,
DANCE BAND-Front Row-Jeff Sloan, Terry Forkner, Dave Chapman, Jim Railey, Steve
Priser. Row 2-Jan Anderson, Steve Robinett. Row 3-Steve Hardacre, Greg Smith, Jim
Dageforde, Scott Balsley, Tom Thornburg, Mike Bousman, Eric Hoffman, Reggie George
Alfred Johnson, John Ireland, Cassie Borkman.
holds high ratings
Anderson High's orchestra reorganized under a new di-
rector, Mrs. Laurie Smith, and held onto its superior
contest ratings for the tenth consecutive year.
By earning place ratings in the district Solo and En-
semble contest, the musicians qualified for further com-
petition. By the end of the year the Orchestra had de-
veloped into a near-professional organization. It pre-
sented the traditional "Pornp and Circumstancev at grad-
uation With a style and enthusiasm that showed a growing
pride among its members.
STRING QUARTET-Front Row-Judy Garland, Mary Gilson,
Row 2-Mrs. Laurie Smith, Susie Mitchell, Cassie Borkman.
STRING ENSEMBLE-Front Row4Susie Mitchell, Norma
Buehler, Judy Garland, Kathy Graham, Mary Gilson. Row 2-
johnson, Beth Fox, Susie Mitchell,
Doug Hudson, Beth Fox, Rick'Sheets, Carol Land, Cassie Borkman,
"A" Club members Rod Freeman and Cary Erskine discuss a
future club project with Sponsor Mr. David East.
A-CLUB-Front Row-Dave Sewell, Bill Shearer, Don Barnett,
Treas., Tom Rankin, Pres., Steve Mustin, V-Pres., Arnell Dye,
Sgt.-at-arms, Fred Libler, Rex Richards, Marty Grolf, Dan Hogue.
Row 2-Gary Thurber, Jim johnson, Dave Davis, Mike Vetor,
Reggie George, Doug Graham Lee Franks, Tom Ha.rp, Thom
Mayer, Dick Ferguson, Pat Dilts, Steve Herkomer, Steve Voss.
Row 3-Birt Hampton, Mark Fraunclorfer, Steve Shipley, Mike
'Ai Club goals are
spirit, loyalty, pride
Spirit, loyalty, and pride were the basic goals of "A"
Club during a year of adversity in varsity athletics. The
boys boosted school spirit in victory and even more so in
defeat, which came more often than usual during the
Sitting in a block at ball games in their red and green
jackets and sweaters, the members of "A" Club were a
constant source of enthusiasm.
They also served the school and community by col-
lecting cans of food for needy families at Christmas, and
performing as clowns in the annual Yule parade.
The club worked with the Athletic Department in many
of its promotions. Members passed out programs at
games and sold team pictures before the basketball
tourney, with most of the proceeds going to the equip-
ment and medical fund.
Armstrong, Mike Boone, Mike Woodruff, Dennis Harrington, Mike
Melson, Larr Manshi , Rod Jarvis, Dave Fisher, Charlie Soden.
Row 4-Rick Richards, Dan Hallenbeck, Phil Bledsoe, Larr
Bums, Tim Black, Iack King, Rick Sprague, Kevin Lane, Chuck
Peters, Fred Matthews, Otis Blackman, Jim Forehand, Steven
Archey, Sam Watkins.
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A bonfire kindles students to enthusiastic heights.
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Faculty members take an active part in sectional hilarities
Indian backers show a spirited concern
at every game.
Students and faculty let off spirited steam
Team spirit centers around a cheerblock of over 250 boosters.
Athletics were big at AHS, and while winning or losing
was important, the real value came in allowing students to
let off steam. And in 1968 they let off a lot of it,
Faculty members joined in and made the alndianv
and the colors red and green an overwhelming part of
school life. just at the peak of spirit the basketball team
lost and the colorful paraphernalia was packed away for
But the spirit-nurtured for more than 75 years by
students, teachers, and adults whose only tie to the school
anymore is the high school team-still smoldered, ready
to break out at the slightest excuse.
Student signatures express a faithful backing to team members
Cheerleader Ann Barnett
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-Front Row-Terri Taylor, janet
Bledsoe, Debbie Dudley, janet Herche. Row 2-Bridget Hurley,
Pam Denny, jean Zirkelback, Chris Schilke.
Mascot jim Boone and maiden Carla jones pass the peace pipe.
Spirit was spontaneous, but it needed the organization
and leadership provided by a team of dedicated cheer-
leaders. The girls looked peppy, yet casual, in front of
crowds of 8,000 personsg but their aplomb came from
hours of practice and innovation. Leading a cheerblock
of 250 organized girls, they drowned out all opposition
at home games and made a significant dent in the op-
ponents' spirit away from the Wigwam.
Setting the stage for basketball extravaganzas at
home were the Indian mascot and maiden who did a war
dance to the accompaniment of beating drums and Hash-
ing spotlights. Although their dance and the resulting
cheerblock screams could not be directly credited for
bringing victory, the combined performance certainly
has helped the Indians maintain an almost all-winning
record in the Wigwam down through the years.
Cheerleader Cheryl Chowning Cheerlead
drowns out all significant oppo sition
Cheerleader Barb FIOSS-211421 Cheerleader Nancy Shearer
Homecoming Queen Beverly Caldwell
Prom Queen Carla Jones
AHS queens personified an All-American attitude,
beauty, grace, and popularity among students and fac-
When the pre-election screening of grades and person-
ality factors were completed, the student body was as-
sured of outstanding candidates. But, as in all competi-
tion, only three gained coveted queenships.
After a week-long buildup of suspense, Bev Caldwell
was crowned Homecoming Queen as more than 5,000
football fans applauded her and her attendants, Becky
Courtney and Sue Todd.
Eight homerooms that had 100 per cent yearbook
sales nominated candidates, and more than 1,800 student
subscribers chose Karen Taylor as Yearbook Queen, giv-
ing the Taylor family two queenships in a row since sister
Leatha had won in 1967. Honored with Queen Karen at
the Annual-Band Winter Concert were runners-up Mea-
dow Swain, Carmen Lanning, Myra Moore, Mary Beth
Abel, Carole Pistole, Barb Finley, and Becky Reichard.
The most traditional affair, the Iunior Prom, honored
the senior class and Prom Queen Carla jones. Attendants
Karen Folsom and Janet Bledsoe added to the beauty
of the court.
Credit for the beautiful and exciting coronation events
went to hundreds of students who built floats at Home-
coming, bought yearbooks, and spent hours decorating
for an "Evening at Taraf the Prom setting.
Yearbook Queen Karen Taylor
Members take a last look at the pinata before the big explosion
at the Christmas party.
"El Circula Espanolb members concentrated on the
United States, Spanish-speaking neighbor, Mexico, dur-
ing its program year. They staged a Mexican dinner and
Christmas party and studied the customs of the country.
The club members got a chance to practice their con-
versational Spanish during a fellowship night at Anderson
college, meeting and talking with college students from
Latin American countries.
Wlhile the club and its sponsors, Mrs. Judy Zinszer and
Mrs. Martha McHenry, tried to tie Spanish into most of
the activities, they took time to drive in the Homecoming
parade, sponsor an all-school sock hop, and back the
Indians in their pre-tournament festivities.
SPANISH CLUB-Front Row-Mrs. Martha McHenry, Sponsor,
Teresa Collett, Pam Black, Sec., Monte Ice, V-Pres., Bruce Clear,
Pres., Mary Ann Weis, Treas., Gail Moody, Nancy Porter,
Mary Kay McMillan, Julie Baldwin, Mrs. Judy Zinszer, Sponsor.
Bow 2-Judy Harvey, Norma Buehler, Gary Thurber, Judy Red-
ick, Barb Brown, Lorri Neale, Mary Beth Abel, Sandy Slack,
Debbie Morgan, Barb Bell, Annettia Brooks. Bow 3-Nancy
Bright, Barry Cope, Karen Allen, Carol Buehler, Linda Norris,
Debbie Newby, Melodee Layman, Jane Tucker, Shirley Armstrong,
Sherry Gregg, Diana Car enter, Linda Lee. Row 4-Sam Johnson,
Mark Clem, Tim Frank? Betsy Huffman, Sally Jones, Dennis
Highbaugh, Chris Jackson, Bernadette Faith, Marsha Smith,
Jeanne Davis, Mary Jane Lippman, Beth Fox, Debra Beher.
Row 5-Gail Benak, Marcia Dadds, Phil Coale, Tim Phillips, Mike
McHenry, Bob Bloom, Chip Ellis, Mark Fraundorfer, Steve Wil-
liams, Jim Wheelwright, Diana Whelchel, Lyn Wable, Jana Hood.
Huge Latin Club bustles on projects
LATIN CLUB-Front Row-Jim Balsley, Pres., Virgina Goss,
Editor, Nancy Hardwick, Corr. Sec., Katie Kopp, V-Pres., Bruce
'Whitmill, Parliamentarian, Iloy Collins, State Trcas., Renda Shull,
Historian, Nilena Chamber ain, Treas., Chris Schilke, Pam Black.
Row 2-Janice Niehaus, Monte Ice, Betsy McNabney, Cheryl
Chowning, Anita Lee, Polly Stone, Liz Wainscott, Melinda Dant,
Kathy Hoffman, Donna Richardson. Row 3-Pat Hall, Carol
Brattian, Janet Roettinger, Barb Brown. Wendy Magers, Bob
"Salve discipulif' or "hello studentsf' was the greeting
that met Latin Club students from their dedicated spon-
-sor, Miss Eileen Johnson. In the last decade the club
has been the largest and most active voluntary group
in the school.
Members have held state and national offices in the
Junior Classical League, and Miss Johnson has been Indi-
ana sponsor. This year the group switched to local service
projects, financing them by selling stationery, fruitcakes,
calendars, and license plates. The money went in part
to providing jars of gift-wrapped instant coffee for men-
tal health patients.
Club members bustled all year long on the projects
and picked up an appreciation for Latin and its relation-
ship to modern culture in the process. They attended
state meetings and found that Junior Classical Leagues
in other schools were just as active, a tribute to the core
of dedicated Latin teachers in Indiana.
Brandon, Don YVells, Nancy Vores, Melody Achor, Mary Kay
McMillan, Linda Hodson. Row 4-Jim Keogh, Mike Marsh, Tim
WVoolbert, Paula Ringham, John Crisler, Mary Pat Kelly, Daverna
Jackson, Armand McClintock, Bill Shearer, Tim Black. Row 5-
Bob Eckman, Rick Adams, WVilson Bienert, Barb Finley, Craig
McClure, Jana Hood, Mary Ann Weis, Nancy Hodson, Karen
Robinson, Teresa Carter, Brad Burton.
LATIN CLUB-Front Row-Suzie Huntley, Cheryl Palmer,
Deanna Layer, Teresa Knuckles, Cris Caudill, Sue Keogh, Janice
Guibault, Brenda Swain. Row 2-Rick Jarvis, Patty YVihebrink,
John Dew, Alan Cobb, Joanna Jones, Steve Fisher, Debby VVise,
Rachael Rollins. Row 3-John Gerard, John Rock, Sally Hughes,
Mary Kay Wilder, lJim Graham, Rick Hall, Jim Laughlin,
Pat Kimmerling, Phyl is Stone. Row 4-John Porter, Scott Ray,
Regina F alker, Janet Bryan, Leanne Ellis, Elaine Barker, Becky
Anderson, Debbie Hobbs, Debbie Welsh, Cathy Wheeler.
Row 5-Dave Gamble, Don Brant, Bruce Purkey, David Hill,
Jim George, Gary McKinney, Bob Kiely, Joey Cobb, Doug Hinton.
In an era of worsening French-American relations the
French Club became a positive force, encouraging an
appreciation of things French. Instrumental in develop-
ing Gallic interests through guided study of the French
language and culture were Miss Virginia Lindstrom and
Mrs. Indy Zinszer, co-sponsors. The club worked to de-
velop relationships between students and the community
in such service projects as contributing food for Thanks-
giving baskets and singing Christmas carols at the local
hospitals. As students of a foreign language, they in-
volved themselves fully in the financial campaign for
the foreign student exchange program, hoping that one
of their number might be tabbed for the American
abroad program and an exciting summer of study and
living in France.
French Club members promote better understanding of foreign
customs through posters and bulletin boards.
Positive force encourages French culture
FRENCH CLUB-Front Row-Mrs. Iudy Zinszer, Sponsor,
Susan Bilyeu, Treas., Bridget Hurley, Sec., Claire Richardson,
V-Pres., Nancy Shearer, Pres., Debbie Powers, Tanya Timmons,
Debbie Dudley, Iean Zirkelback, Sheila Teague, Beth Upshaw,
Michele Zuck, Becky Bray, Anne Baldwin, Pam Tomlinson, Miss
Virginia Lindstrom, Sponsor. Row 2-Paula Maggard, Pam Metz,
Mary Marvel, Mary Ann Wood, Jackie Cuibault, Chris Wisner,
Sally Brann, Janie Bryant, Brenda Eiler, Mary Ann Taylor, jan
VanDyke, Kris Mason, Kathy Orick, Mary Beth Abel, Carol Land,
Katie Kopp. Row 3-Steve Pakes, Karen Swinehart Toni Clark,
Ianis Sigler, Joan Williams, Georgianna McDaniels. Joe Ellen
Cadberry, Darla Beeler, Karen Folsom, Jean Ann Stefke, Le Ann
Thompson, Geoff Gephart, Barbara Tackett, Ellen Sayers, Sally
Smith, Rhonda Fletcher, Renee Dowling. Row 4-Mary Bronnen-
berg, Teri Creen, Debbie Rolilfing, Teresa Collett, Shelly Lawson,
Margaret Sullivan, Sandy Roberts, Vicki Renforth, Jeni Meikel,
Terri Taylor, Betsy Carner, Cindy Alt, Becky Courley, Cheryl
Burnett, Elizabeth Harter, Carol Smith, Marianne Donnell , Row
5-Tom Austin, Bruce Brumback, Pat Lanane, jim Darnelll, Clark
Jones, jeff Sloan, Tom Vanderbur, Mike Warrum, Fred Matthews,
Dick Richwine, Iack Hughes, Becky Reish, Rick Wilburn, Carol
Brundage, Ursula YVeibel, Kay Larson, Derrick Britt, Charlie
HONOR SOCIETY-Front Row-Mr. Harry McCoon, Sponsor,
Bruce Chaillc, Pres.g Jim Dageforde, V-Pres., Jan Polhemus, Sec.,
Mary Paschal, Treats., Pam Black, Judy Redick, Betty Johnson,
Leatlza Taylor, Jayne Ferguson. Row 2-Anita Smith, Kathy Mc-
Cord, Mary- Ann Wood, Monte Ice, Vicki DeBolt, Cindy
Bechtel, Anita Highwood, Ann Baldwin, Mary Beth Abel, Chery
Chowning. Row 3-Betsy McNabne , Barb Carney, Janice
Niehaus, Ruth Crose, Jill Jackson, CarolyBrundage, Chris Stewart,
Honor Society oilicers, Mary Paschal and Bruce Chaille, visit the
counseling department for guidance in future careers.
Jacque,Forkner, Paula Rin ham. Carole Pistole, Beth Newberry,
Debbi Cray. Row 4-Pat I-itll, Shirley Armstrong, Linda Chance,
Sheldon West, Eric Hoffman, Jerry Pearson, Kathy Loucks, Gloria
Jones, Barb Frossard, Yvonne Watkins, Anita Lee. Row 5-
Kathy McHenry, Melinda White, Bob Patterson, Randy Lee, Mike
Conner, Tom Craddy, Don Durham, Greg Smith, Steve Hard-
acre, Kay Larson, Larry Manship, Ron Smith, Mike Ellis.
Top scholars enjoy
life with discipline
Membership in National Honor Society meant sacrific-
ing an occasional Tuesday Night at the Movies on T.V.
or a mid-week gab session but not many other extra-
curricular activities. The 60 students who earned grade
averages of at least 92 per cent were also the leaders in
clubs, sports, dramatics, and many student groups.
An Honor Society member was one who was able to
discipline himself when he had to and also enjoy high
school life to the hilt. He had a special place at gradua-
tion, wearing gold tassels and earning recognition for an
outstanding high school career.
DEBATE CLUB-Front Row-Mr. Michael Miller, Sponsor, Jim
VVheelwright, Pres., Cordon Kane, V-Pres., Shelley Lawson, Pam
Tomlinson, Christy Black. Row 2-Jack Foy, -lack Hughes,
Victor Phillips, Mike Kelley, Joe Kaiser.
"I firmly believe . . . Therefore if this plan is not fol-
lowed . . . Give me liberty or give . . . The aflirmation
rests its case." Such phrases were echoed in schools
around the state by members of Speech and Debate
Club. The rewards earned through the diligent work and
incessant preparation for contests paid great dividends.
Members presented the convocation which was held dur-
ing American Education Week and prepared a program
for the visiting parents during Parent's Night. Others
spoke before service clubs and organizations in Ander-
son, but the largest sense of achievement was participat-
ing in contest sponsored by the National Forensic
Debate Club, under the direction of Mr. Michael
Miller, began slowly but came on strong at the end of
the season. With hard, patient work of the sponsors, Mrs.
Rebecca Leonard and Mr. Miller, the club attained its
high standards in speaking and debating.
Lofty phrases echo throughout Indiana
Row-Mrs. Rebbeca Leon-
ard, Sponsorg Bruce Clear,
Pres., ,lim Wheelwright, V-
Pres., Nancy Bright, Sec.,
Mark Fenimore, National
Forensic League Sec., Anita
Highwood. Row 2-Regena
Powell, Marolyn Berry, Mar-
sha T rindel, Jacque Forkner,
Kay Kiper, Rob Priddy, Tom
Lane. Row 3-Claudia Car-
ter, Keith Hinton, Mike
Reed, Barb Finley, Tim Bo-
man, Ervin Cox, David Hill,
Organized for the first time in AHS history, the National
Quill and Scroll Club enrolled more than 20 students.
Membership came from the staffs of the "Indian," c'The
X-Ray," and "The Little Chieff, the school publications.
The aim of the organization was to foster a spirit among
the three groups to cooperate and work toward better
journalistic spirit in school.
Another key group in the journalism program was
the staff of publication representatives who diligently
worked to sell subscriptions and finance the program.
New club fosters
QUILL AND SCROLL-Front Row-Keith Hinton, Pres., Kay
Larson, V-Pres., Mr. Larry Bamhart, Sponsor, Mrs. Vivian
Maine, Sponsor, Mr. Lee Pursley, S onsorg Kathy Hoffman,
Treas., Pat Hall, Sec. Row 2-Ron Pricllrard, Susie Mitchell, Jan
Polhemus, Barb Frossard, Paula Ringham, Barb Carney, Carol
PUBLICATIONS REPRESENTATIVES--Front Row-Mr. Larry
Barnhart, Slponsorg Pam Childs, Janis Bynum, Debbie Dennis,
Norma Bue ler, Janice Parker, Jan Anderson, Kathy Whelchel,
Susan Bilyeu, Jane Tucker, Patty Wihebrink, Cris Caudill. Row
2-Janet Breese, Brenda Williams, Beth Newberry, Becky Reish,
Mary Marvel, Regina Falker, Elaine Barker, Barbara Tackett,
Dixie Rauner, Jayne Ferguson, Rita Sokol, Janet Roettinger. Row
Millspaugh, Tom Graddy, Dave Sewell. Row 3-Anne Baldwin,
Linda Peyton, Nancy Hardwick, Jayne Ferguson, Donna Richard-
son, Gay Robbins, Paula Maggard, Mollie Smith, Janice Niehaus,
3-Ron Hellems, Randy Smith, Dan Hallenbeck, Nancy Shearer,
Armand McClintock, Carrie Dixon, Carmen Lanning, Jan Polhe-
mus, Pam Tomlinson, Bob Boone, Rick Adams, Bob Eckman.
Row 4-Dave Davis, Rick Kellams, Mike Bales, Alan Cobb, Tom
Herbst, Tony Demos, Sam Mudd Alvin Renschler, John Crisler,
John Dew, George Wulle, Dick Ferguson, Roy Irle, Roger
DCE CLUB-Front Row-Mr.
Don Dietzer, Sponsorg Joyce
Hagan, Treus., Sharon Zink,
Sec., Ron Davis, Pres. Row 2
-Roger Crouse, Mike McKin-
ley, Robert Perry, Russel Mc-
Claskey, Jan VP0lhemus, Neil
Simpson. Row 3-Tom Flory,
Tony Lakus, Mike Woolard, Ed
Roemer, Mike Warnell, Charlie
Phillips, John Gilson.
DCE, CCE clubs draw actlve support
DCE CLUB-Front Row-Mr.
Don Dietzer, Sponsor, Brenda
Boards, Pres.g Pam Vveston,
Sec., Butch Whicker, Treas.g
Maribeth Callencler, Mary Ann
Sokol, Connie Knotts. Row 2-
Doris Doerr, Mike Hileman,
Joe Kirk, Cynthia Downey,
Ruby Thacker, Colleen Brown,
Suzi Brandt, Carol Wean. Row
3-Mike Adams, Jim Orick,
Chuck Vores, Dennis Willis,
Everett Plummer, Gary Hinz,
Janet Cummings, Donna Pin-
yon, Nancy Carwile,
COE CLUB-Front Row-Brenda Hughes Peggy OBrien Betty Kurtz Debbi CNY V1CkY Rlgdfm PHC Quallb Ml' .lack MHCY
Johnson, Carla Jackson, Gay Robbins C1r'1 Jones Debble Scott SPUUSOI'
Kathy McCord. Row 2-Margaret Peek Vickie Hughes Marti
DEGA CLUB-Front Row-Mrs. Melanie Devitt, Sponsor, Kathy
Calabria, Pres., Vivian Hart, Sec., Cathy Murdock, Treas.g Craig
Skouden, Reporter, Terry Allen, V-Pres., Steve jones, Historian,
Becky Reichard, Coordinator and Chaplain, Nancy Scott, Row
2-Melanie Vermillion, Mark Ake, Dennis McCammon, Gloria
Bryan, Ervin Wright, Monica Jones, Debbie Potter Don Parker,
Belinda Bryan. Row 3-Jim Flatiord, Allan Delphia, Dennis
Maxey, Chris Melson, Gini Broderick, Ruthie Gaither, Doug
Blake, Faye Stover, Leah Farmer. Row 4-Dale Jarrett, Bob
Davenport, Rick Owens, Ron Smith, Bob Ellis, Tim Woolbert,
Rosalie O'Neal, Virginia Johnson, Elnora Weaver, Bonny Finley.
Future Retailers impress community
Former AHS member of DECA, Mrs. Melanie Devitt, returns to
assume the role of club sponsor.
Fifty-seven members of Future Retailers promoted both
their own organization and the high school at meetings,
contests and activities all over the Midwest. The list of
activities began with the judging of Harvest Festival store
Windows in Anderson, continued through state elections
and the national leadership conference, and climaxed with
the Employer-Employee Banquet.
Future Retailers were in constant contact with business
leaders in the community, and their actions added to
the prestige of all AHS students. Members gained ex-
perience in retail selling, but more important, acquired
a feel for business-both practical and theoretical. They
spoke before service clubs and promoted National
DECA Week on radio and in newspaper stories.
In school, Future Retailers pitched in to support all
school events, decorating cars for homecoming, and back-
ing teams and activities with the same enthusiasm that
brought the club success.
More than 200 students enlarged on course Work by par-
ticipating in four subject-oriented clubs. Most activity
began in the classroom through theory and principles
and ranged into the community through contacts with
business and professional persons.
Future secretaries, food service employees, and future
teachers met with their adult counterparts and many
times took part in actual work situations. The would-be
secretaries met with professional secretaries monthly, and
the teachers helped to promote American Education
Week and Teacher Appreciation Day. Food Service mem-
bers performed the ultimate in public relations, hosting
their bosses at Employer-Employee Appreciation Night.
The fourth subject-oriented organization, German
Club, attempted to put its classroom training to use in
both club meetings and school activities.
FUTURE SECRETARIES-Front Row-Jeanne Blubaugh, Pres.,
Cathy Murdock, V-Pres., Linda Chance, Rec Sec., Debbie Scott,
Corr. Sec., Mrs. Jo Funk, Sponsor. Row 2-Darlene Sutter, Lynn
Smith, Melinda Dant, Peggy O,Brien, Shirley Smith, Gay Robbins.
Row 3-Carla Jackson, Charlotte Garris, Karen VVilliams, Marsha
Trindel, Janet Roettinger, Cheryl Richardson, Karen Wilhoit.
Row 4-Virginia Goss, Becky Reichard, Vickie Hughes, Susan
Amrine, Diane Rolfs, Marti Kurtz, Sheila Watson, Kathy Snider.
More than 200 students enlarge on cours
FUTURE TEACHERS-Front Row-Barbara Scott, Pres., Paula
Ringham, Treas., Anne Baldwin, V-Pres., Debby Newby, Histo-
riang Jeanne Blubaugh, Sec., Anita Smith, Pam Black, Nancy
Hardwick, Cheryl Palmer, Miss Helen Harrell, Sponsor. Row 2-
Michele Zuck, Jayne Ferguson, Janet Craib, Rhonda Fletcher,
Marian Humphrey, Becky Garringer, Lynn Gray, Tim Lanane,
Nancy Porter, Linda Dotson. Row 3-Tariea Goehring, Mary
Beth Abel, Mary Ann Wood, Michele Parks, Carol Brattain
Carol Land, Teresa Collett, Linda Norris, Betsy Huffman Carol
Buehler, Debbie Powers. Row 4-Sharon Gibson, Pat Hall, Pam
Metz, Betsy Garner, Debbie Welsh, Mary Kay Wilder, Gloria
Jones, Virginia Goss, Marolyn Berry, Madeline Beaman, Terri
Graham, Stacy Scott, Yvonne Watkins. Row 5--Pat Lanane,
Jacque Forkner, Ruth Crose, Carole Pistole, Jana Hood, Pat
Sample, Wayne Phlegar, Nancy O'Conner, Cindy Grieb, Carol
Smith, Becky Reish, David Hill, David Davis.
FOOD SERVICE-Front Row-Belinda Broadnax, Pam Rice, Becky Walters, Darlene Alford, Linda Ray. Row
Coleman, Toni McKinsey, Mrs. Lois Utterback, Sponsor, 3-Larry Carr, Randy Hudson, Debbie Davis, Bob
Linda Lawson, Judy Riddle, Candy Alberts. Row 2- Trimble, john Bennet.
Reva Devaney, june Winningham, Tina Farler, Jody
work in subject-oriented organization
GERMAN CLUB-Front Row-Mrs. Loretta Richards, Sponsor,
Cheryl Chowning, Pres., John Crisler, V-Pres., Tom Graddy,
Treas., Beth Newberry, Anita Lee, Anita Smith, Anita Highwood,
Jan Anderson. Row 2-Stephen Collins, Jean Barnett, Jeni Meikel,
Sharon Boles, Ruby Thacker, Sheila McAtee, Carolyne Coul-
liette, Linda Conlon, Bob Brandon, Gary Hiatt. Row 3-Barb
Finley, Mark Brinker, Mike Marsh, Mike Kinerk, George Wulle,
Albert White, Gerald Pearson, Bob Kimm, john Maier, Gary
Boles, Stephen Holtzleiter. Row 4--Gerald Huffman, Bob Reifel,
VVilbur Baughn, Mike Turner, Ted Graddy, Bob Bloom, Greg
Smith, jim Dageforde, Don Durham, Charles McConnell, Denny
Delph, Tom Barnett, Rick Willhoit.
Mrs. Maxine Bridges advises students before auditions for "The
King. and I."
Broadway hits appear
Thespians capture the villain in the children's
play, "The Emperor's New Clothesf'
Mollie Smith, Jill Jackson, and Bruce Clear, captivate the audience
in "The King and If'
on AHS stage
Bits of Broadway made their appearance on the AHS
stage during a dramatics season that began in November
with a performance of "Funny Girl" and wound up with
"The King and I" in May.
Three groups, vocal musicians, thespians, and senior
dramatics students, provided the highlights of the year.
The Thespians busied themselves with a one-act play
festival and the children's play, "The Emperoris New
Clothesf' and many participated in the two Broadway
Produced on a budget of -S2,000, Choral Club staged
"Funny Girlf' a hit musical still drawing well on the pro-
fessional circuit. Leads Melinda White and Keith Hinton
did outstanding jobs in difficult roles.
The Hnal production of the year, "The King and I,"
called for a cast of 39 senior dramatists and a number
of young children from the community. After a semes-
ter of work on acting, costuming, make-up and scenery
production, the dramatists put all the skills together in a
fitting climax to an outstanding theatrical year.
Extensive publicity is essential to financial success.
Senior dramatists spend hours in make-up preparation to carry
off an authentic presentation of the senior play.
Melinda White stars as Fanny Brice in the Choral Club production
of "Funny Girl."
An ancient Siamese gong adds authenticity and
originality to the senior class play.
Choral members gather at the home of Fanny Brice in their
make-believe roles as friends of the family.
Upholding the honor,
continuing the tradition,
and defending the reputation
characteristic of Anderson athletics,
hundreds of devoted boys
in ten different sports divisions.
The long hours
employed in intense preparation
proved Well spent
when enthusiastic spectators roared support
and athletes grew from boys to sportsmen.
Oblivious to the crowd, a manager carries out his job.
Everyone identifies with competitive sports
Teachers, sewing as timers, forget impartiality and cheer.
Athletics took the time and effort of a lot of persons-
coaches, players, townspeople, teachers, student fans-
and contributed much to the life of the school.
Spectators identified with the competitors, and they
despaired or exalted as defeats and victories piled up.
The man hours involved in athletics ran into the thou-
sands, but few would have it any other way as the thrills
and excitement far outweighed the work.
A coach stands a lonely vigil as his team competes.
lndians send bafanced nine to diamond
Dave Sewell, 1967 NCC hitting champ, coordinates hand and
eye action in the batting cage.
VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM
-Front Row-Barry Payne,
manager, Gary Erskine, Dick
Etsler, Mike Woodruff, Monte
Sparks, David Davis, Bill Met-
zger, Richard Fredericks, man-
ager. Row 2-Don Ravage,
Doug Graham, Tom Mayer,
Charlie Soden, Rod Iarvis,
Steve Voss, Bill Iames, Row 3
-Mr. Don Barnett, Coach
Dante Phillips, Kevin Lane,
Lee Franks, Artie Pepelea, Dave
Sewell, Don Barnett, Mr. Don
With nine returning lettermen filling every job on the
field, and a group of seniors contending for starting
positions, Coach Don Barnett quickly molded a well-
balanced squad for NCC leadership and state champion
All-conference players from last year Don Barnett,
Steve Lane, and Dave Sewell, plus pitchers Artie Pepelea
and Gary Erskine paced the team in its quest to im-
prove on a third place finish in the NCC last year.
Anderson 7, Nolielsville 4 l 0
Anderson 3, Muncie Central 4 1 1
Anderson 1, Ieff-Lafayette 2 l 2
Anderson 10, Greenfield O 2 2
Anderson 14, Marion 1 3 2
Anderson 14, Shortridge 6 4 2
Anderson 4, Richmond 9 4 3
Anderson 8, Madison Heights 9 4 4
Anderson 13, Wood-Indianapolis 7 5 4
Anderson 2, Logansport 1 6 4
Anderson 10, Madison Heights 1 7 4
RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM-Front Row-Dave Bell, Man- Row 2-Mr. Phil Sullivan, Coach, John Lozar, Mike McHenry,
ager, Rick Eads, Tom Barnett, Roy Irle, Mark Fenimore, Barry Dennis Carpenter, Terry Pratt, Tom Feemster, Bmce Purkey,
Cope, Steve LaShure. Phil Raymore, Rick Sleet. Dan lefferson. Ion Smith, Willis McNeese, Mr. Pat King, coach.
TRACK TEAM-Front Row-Dave Sokol, Tom Aldred, im
Burke, Glen Sfone, Frank Willis, Tim Lanane, Dennis Menden-
hall, Fred Bouslog, Mike O'Brien, Jim johnson, Tom Zirkelback,
Gary Thurber, Pat Lanane, Birt Hampton, Tim Holbert manager,
Row 2-jim Balsley, Tim Black, Larry Bums, Mike Riley, Chuck
Peters, Darryl Archey, Robert Wynn, Rick Sprague, Peter Buet-
Trackmen race for ind
tner, George Riley, Joe Ebbert, Larry Reitz, Mike Vetor, Mickey
Whiteaker, Bob Dye, james Woods, Mr. Harold Welsh, coach.
Row 3-Mr. David East, coach, Bob Price Jim Forehand Rod
Freeman, Arnell Dye, ,lack King, Steve F isher, Gene Trueblood,
Dave Fisher, Carl Cloud, Rod Fletcher, Dick Richwine, Bob
Smith, Tom Simmons, Sam Hanna, LeeRoy Delp, Fred Sweigart.
ividual, team glory
Finding glory in competitive accomplishment and the
satisfaction of achievement is a reward received by mem-
bers of the track team.
Senior Chuck Peters, high hurdle record breaker,
paced the Indians for three consecutive years. He led a
group of 25 returning veterans into strong contention
in conference and sectional competition against central
Indiana teams which normally monopolize the tourna-
Anderson 51 Muncie Central 58 0 1
Anderson 41, Richmond 76 0 1
Anderson 41, Muncie Central 36M 1 3
Anderson 6th, Muncie Relays
Anderson 40, Madison Heights 78 1 4
Anderson 6th Kokomo Relays
Anderson 535, Kokomo 83 1 5
Anderson scvcutll N.C.C. Moot
Anderson third in sectional
Tim Black displays his fortitude in high jumping.
Chuck Peters Crightj challenges Richmond hurdlers.
Swimmers compile top winter sports mark
SWIMMING TEAM-Front Row-Joe Miller, Tim Ellsworth,
Don Bastine. Row 2-Mr. Robert Freeman, coach, Marty Groil,
Bill Shearer, Tom Norton, Steve Mustin, Pat Dilts, Jim Laughlin,
Tom Harp. Row 3-Dave F redezicks, Stan Bledsoe, Frank Bagien-
ski, Dwight Morgan, Cary Barr, Rod Fletcher, John Rock, Bob
Smith, David Kleinhenn, Tim Lockwood, Alvin Renschler, Bob
Kiely, Cedric Dunkerly.
Winter sports best team record was compiled by the Wa-
ter-boys co-captained by Bill Shearer and Marty Croft.
Groif broke the oldest existing swim record at AHS by
swimming the backstroke in l:03.5 minutes in the Madi-
son Heights meet. Sophomore jim Laughlin contributed
to the season's laurels by establishing a breast-stroke
record of 1:07.6 minutes in the three-way meet with
Marion and Richmond and breaking the old mark by
one second. Individual medley relay squad, composed
of Croft, Dave Fredericks, Laughlin, and Steve Mustin
set a new team time of l:52.9 minutes. Team effort es-
tablished an ll-5 tally, best season in the seven-year-old
sport for Coach Bob Freeman.
Anderson 52, Frankfort 43 1 0
Anderson 45, Muncie Central 50 1 1
Anderson 45, Lafayette Jeff 50 I 2
Anderson 62, Franklin 33 2 2
Anderson 16, Lawrence Central 79 2 3
Anderson 36, Speedway 59 2 4
Anderson 68, Carroll 25 3 4
Anderson 74, New Castle 21 4 4
Anderson 59, Muncie Burris 36 5 4
Anderson 55, Pike 40 6 4
Anderson 64, Madison Heights 31 7 4
Anderson 62, Richmond 50, 8 4
Marion 46 9 4
Anderson 53, Kokomo 104 9 5
Longansport 10 I0 5
Anderson Connersville forfeit 11 5
Anderson fourth in sectional
Parents, teachers, and coaches took
over to help AHS host the North Cen-
tral Conference meet.
Pat Dilts tops a melee of outstretched
arms reaching for a distance lead in
the 100-yard freestyle.
Jim Wheelright's specialty on the rings requires perfect control.
John Dew performs a dirlicult routine on the side horse.
ymnastic team finds victory Combination
Second time around rewarded Coach Mike Smith's gym-
nasts with their Hrst taste of victory and a record of
three wins and eleven losses.
Improving on last yearis initial competitive season,
gymnasts concentrated on perfection of body control
and the execution of intricate routines in practices and
meets. Anderson placed sixth in sectional competition,
qualifying outstanding gymnast award winner Fred Libler
for trampoline and Reggie George on the side horse in
further state action.
Anderson 57, Wabash 92 0 1
Anderson 10654, Pike 445 1
Anderson 68, Portland 86 2
Anderson 58, North Central 96 3
Anderson 5435, Concord 992 4
Anderson 48, Madison Heights 106 5
Anderson 105, Pike 49 5
Anderson 52, Madison Heights 102 6
Anderson 49, Ben Davis 102 7
Anderson 53, Columbus 101 8
Anderson 57, Wabash 92 9
Anderson 73, Warren Central 79 10
Anderson 79, Portland 75 10
Anderson 60, Southport 94 11
Anderson sixth in sectional
GYMNASTIC TEAM-Front Row-Barry Payne, Mgr., Jim
Wheelwright, Larry Manship, Bob Knotts, Mickey Simmons, Fred
Libler, Mr. Mike Smith, coach. Row 2-Dan Hogue, Reggie
George, John Dew, Bob Kimm, Gary Adams, Don Lawson, Ed
Bilheirner. Row 3-Alan Cobb, Iohn Crisler, George Pancol, Steve
Musser, Doug Graham, John Gerald, Dennis Harrington.
by tennis tradition
Racketnien faced a challenge to maintain NCC leader-
ship and to further the outstanding record established
by retired Coach Dane Pugh whose teams won 204
matches and Eve NCC titleships against only 44 losses.
Eight returning players helped to inaugurate the sea-
son under the tutelage of Mr. Charles Newberry, new
head coach. Accompanied by youthful, talented netmen
they laid the ground work for a well-balanced team and
a successful season. Rick Richards, David Halsell, and
Edpert Keeney were Anderson's best players in early
tourney play. From these players will come the team com-
peting for state honors in the second IHSAA tourna-
ment this fall.
Dave Halsell and Mike Austin pair for first state tourney play.
TENNIS TEAM-Front Row
-Mark Frendt, Danny Halsell,
David Lennartz, Edpert Kee-
ney, David Mayo, David Ells-
worth, Tim Frank, Wayne
Renschler. Row 2-Gary
Thomason, Randy Railey, Mar
Newberry, David Rose, Craig
McClure, jim Railey, Mark
Fraundorfer, Rick Richards.
Row 3-Russell Hays, Denny
Delph, Claude Bylinski, Fred
Matthews, Mike Austin, Bob
Hittle, Rick Ellsworth, Dave
Halsell, Mr. Charles Newberry,
A net's eye view sizes up Mark Fraundorfer and Rick Richards.
Steve Mustin concentrates on addressing the ball smoothly prior
to gaining maximum acceleration.
for meet honors
Beginning the season's training in spring snow, 19 golfers
strived for team honors for Coach Don Granger. Two
returning lettermen, Dan Hallenbeck and Steve Mustin
were augmented by new squad members Ion Maier, Bruce
Chaille, and Steve Anderson to give the team its best
potential in ten years. Eleven dual meets, and the North
Central Conference competition set the stage for state
Anderson 1016, Pendleton 4M 1 0
Anderson 216, Richmond 716 1 1
Anderson 416, Carmel lille 1 2
Anderson 6, Marion 9' 1 3
Anderson 8, Muncie Central 7 2 3
Anderson 13, Muncie Southside 2 3 3
Anderson 816, New Castle GW 4 3
Anderson 5Vz, Madison Heights 916 4 4
Anderson 616, New Castle 816 4 5
Anderson 1 N.C.C.
' 5tl ,
fourth in sectional
GOLF TEAM-Front Row- Y' Y
Sam Johnson, Tom Horevay,
Robert Boone, john Paul,
Robert Kiely, Ion Maier, Steve
Anderson, George Pancol, Steve
Lierman, Mike Downey. Row
2-Mr. Don Granger, coach,
Tim Lockwood, Iim Laughlin,
Greg Laughlin, Tony Bamett,
Mark Clem, Gary Adams, Bruce
Chaille, Tim Boman, Steve
The driver disappears in the rapid swing
of Dan Hallenbeck.
Coach Pete Russds squad kicked off the opening game
with an impressive 62-0 victory over Anderson Highland.
Arnell Dye contributed three touchdowns to the winning
cause, while Dave Sewell set a school record by kicking
8 out of 9 extra point attempts. Anderson garnered a
rain-soaked game from Muncie Southside for game num-
ber two as Dave Davis turned "Mudder,' to score two of
the India.n's three touchdowns. Another Muncie scalp
was collected as the Indians staved off a last minute
drive to defeat Muncie Central 20-14.
This promising future was cut short by a hard fought
battle with Jeff of Lafayette in which last minute efforts
were fruitful for the Broncos as they maintained a 27-20
come-from-behind victory. It was not possible for the
Indians to regain their winning ways until six games later,
and they were unable to score in the next three games,
falling to "state champion" Richmond 0-33, Madison
Heights 0-13, and Marion 0-21.
The final outing of the season proved to be a walk away
for the Indians as they seemingly regained their original
luster by trouncing Logansport 32-6.
Co-captains Tom Rankin and Horace Davis led the
squad to an unpredictable year, tallying a 4-5-1 record
for the season's effort.
Phil Bledsoe leads an Indian pursuit of an opponent's end run.
Football team roars off starting blocks
VARSITY FOOTBALL-Front Row-Student Managers Barry
Payne, Fred Warner, Steve Herkomer. Row 2-Arnell Dye Ron
Ancil, Steve Archey, Larry Cain, Horace Davis, Jim Forehand,
Alfred Johnson, Fred Matthews, Mike Boone, Tom Rankin, Sam
Watkins, Don Barnett, Otis Blackman, Mike Riley, Dave Sewell.
Row 3-Roger Whitehead, trainer, Phil Sullivan, coach, Mike
Melson, Doug Graham, Birt Hampton, Dave Davis, Larry Burns,
Jim Wheelwright, Steve Knapp, Rod Freeman, Phil Bledsoe,
Dale Johnson, Geor e Riley, Frank Milhouse, Pete Russo, coachg
Woody Moore, coazii. Row 4-Scott Ray, Norm Goodwin, Jack
Winton, Bill James, Jim Curry, John Ellis, John Taylor, Mike
Armstrong, Steve Shipley, Tom Mayer Scott Zachary, Tim Black,
Murry Hall, Nelson Bledsoe, Ric Dunkerly, Dale Jarret.
Don Barnett calls cadence as Muncie Central anticipates the snap.
A hopeful block is thrown by
Fred Matthews to set Arnell
A straight arm by Larry Burns
fights off a Muncie Bearcat tackler.
eserves crash through to unbeaten year
Anderson 62, Highland 0 1 0
Anderson 20, Muncie Southside 13 2 0
Anderson 20, Muncie Central 14 3 O
Anderson 20, Lafayette Jeff. 27 3 1
Anderson 0, Richmond 33 3 2
Anderson 0, Madison Heights 13 3 3
Anderson 0, Marion 21 3 4
Anderson 27, Kokomo 27 3 4 1
Anderson 7, Kennedy, Indpls. 14 3 5 1
Anderson 32, Logansport 6 4 5 1
Anderson 14, Lafayette Jeff. 7 1 0
Anderson 12, Madison Heights 7 2 0
Anderson 26, New Castle 0 3 0
Anderson 7, Muncie Central 7 3 0 1
Anderson 34, Muncie Southside 0 4 0 1
Anderson 19, Marion 14 5 0 1
Anderson 7, Kokomo 6 6 0 1
Anderson 19, Richmond 13 7 0 1
Anderson 25, Highland 6 8 0 1
RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM-Front Row-Manaigers Vince
Hilliard, Bonnie McCullough. Row 2-Fred Bous oug, Mike
Young, Sam Hanna, Tom Martin, Lee Roy Delp, Fred Swinehart,
Mike Hilburt, Steve Buck, Bob Kimni, Rick Eads, Joe Ebhert,
Don Zachery, Willie German, Bruce Purkey. Row 3-Mr. Don
Brandon, coach, Scott Fisher, Jim Graham, Robert Broadnax,
jerry Owens, George Pancol, Bob Wean, Ervin Wright, Mike
McHenry, Gary McKinney, john Hampton, Tom Maines, Robert
Taylor, Mr. Pat King, coach. Row 4-Tom Horevay, Gary Adams,
Dennis Carpenter, Micky Whiteaker, Terry May, Steve Fisher,
Carl Cloud, Mickey Simmons, Willie McNeese, Tom Feemster
Robert Jackson, Bruce Walker, Herb Archey.
I-larriers overpower Pirates in final meet
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front Row-Steve Collins, Gary
Thurber, Mike Vetor, Dave Fisher, Dick Richwine, Bob Reifel,
Rick Sprague, Denny Delph, Jack King, Steve Voss, Steve
Mustin Jimmy Johnson, Denis Mendenhall, Dick Ferguson. Row
2--Rod Jarvis. Frank Bagienski, Iack Cone, Mike Kelly, Bob
After dropping seven dual meets Anderson's cross coun-
try harriers overpowered cross-town rival Madison
Heights in the season's last dual meet by a score of 24-34.
Senior jack King, 1968 Ray Fleenor Award recipient,
paced the Indians in their attack, finishing second in the
individual competition. Steve Mustin, who set the pace
for the first mile, finished in fourth position, Steve Voss
placed fifth followed by Mike Vetor, Cary Thurber, and
In the lone tri-meet, Anderson placed second to
Indianapolis VVashington with Attucks third.
Indian scramblers who placed 8th in the NCC were pi-
loted by newly-initiated head coach Mr. Harold Wfelsh
and assisted by Mr. David East.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY
Anderson 35, New Castle 22 0 1
Anderson 50, Marion 15 0 2
Anderson 30, Muncie Southside 29 O 3
Anderson 45, Indpls. Washington 19 0 4
Attucks 72 1 4
Anderson 43, Pendleton 17 1 5
Anderson 50, Muncie Central 15 1 6
Anderson 43, Richmond 17 1 7
Anderson 24, Madison Heights 34 2 7
Anderson eighth in N. C. C.
Wunn, Tom Aldred, Mike O,Brien, Tom Zirkleback, Tim Lanane,
Steve Mullins, Larry Carr, Jim Balsley. Row 3--Mr. Harold
Welsh, coach, Bill Cray, Larry McGruder, Doane Brown, Don
Durham, Mike Clark, Chuck Peters, Gene Trueblood, Pete
Buettner, Robert Simmons, Mr. David East, coach.
Runners listen attentively as Coach Harold Welsh gives a pre-
meet pep talk.
lndians reach heights, depths
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Front Row-Dave Sokol, mgr., Artie Pepelea Larry Burns
Cary Erskine, James Wood, Mike VVoodruE, Phil Bledsoe, Don Barnett, mgr., Derlrick Britt mgr:
Row 2-Otis Blackmon, Mike Clark, Rod Freeman, Mr. Tom Weirich, asst. coach, Mr. Ray ,Estes
coach, Mr. Don Barnett, asst. coach, Larry Cain, Earlie Dixon, Bobby Smith.
Playmaker Mike Woodruff is closely guarded as he breaks for the basket
Anderson 74, Indianapolis Wood 47 1 0
Anderson 84, Marion 73 2 0
Anderson 76, New Albany 63 3 0
Anderson 55, Lafayette Jeff 62 3 1
Anderson 67, Ft. Wayne South Side 48 4 1
Anderson 64, East Chicago Wash. 73 4 2
Anderson 72, Muncie Southside 62 5 2
Anderson 74, Muncie Central 78 5 3
Anderson 80, Ft. Wayne Central 71 6 3
Anderson 86, Rushville 71 7 3
Anderson 89, Muncie Central 65 8 3
Anderson 72, Madison Heights 75 8 4
Anderson 64, Kokomo 66 8 5
Anderson 84, South Bend Central 95 8 6
Anderson 81, Logansport 66 9 6
Anderson 71, Muncie Southside 81 9 7
Anderson 59, New Castle 65 9 8
Anderson 72, Co1u.mbus 105 9 9
Anderson 67, Richmond 63 10 9
Anderson 73, Shortridge 70 11 9
Anderson 72, Highland 75 1 1 10
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Earlie Dixon lights his way through to block out an opponent. f High shooting Rod Freeman crashes past three Highland Laddies.
Experiencing highest hopes in the final weekend of the
season, the off-and-on Indians vanquished two highly-
touted teams only to lose unexpectedly to a fired-up
Highland squad in the sectional.
The ragged season of ll wins and I0 losses saw
Anderson play 5 of the Semi-state teams in regular
schedule, winning 3 and losing 2. In addition, Indian de-
feat was meted to 2 of the 4 state finalists, Shortridge
and Marion, during the season.
Andersonis brand of "Hoosier Hysteriav was initiated
by a three-game victory string-Indianapolis VVood,
Marion, and New Albany. State Finalist Marion fell 84-
73 with James Wood firing his season high total of 25
Defeat was first tasted at the hands of powerful La-
fayette Ieff 55-62, but the Tribe bounced back to mas-
sacre Fort Wayne South Side, permitting Rod Freeman
his highest game total of 28 points.
Second defeat came from East Chicago Washington
prior to the Holiday Tourney, but Indians, spirits were
not dampened, and the Tribe easily dumped Muncie
Southside in their first, tourney game. Later, Muncie
Central overpowered the Indians by two field goals 78-74.
Triple wins over Fort Wayne Central, Rushville, and
Muncie Central were counterbalanced by triple losses to
Madison Heights, Kokomo, and South Bend Central.
Logansportis loss to the Tribe prefaced another series of
three losses to Muncie Southside, New Castle, and
Two highly rated teams fell before Anderson in the
final weekend of regular play. Richmond's Red Devils fell
67-63, and team platooning and near errorless play
brought a 73 to 70 victory over Shortridge. Aroused by
these two unexpected victories, Indian backers prepared
for the trip down the war path to the State Finals, but
great expectations ended when Highland, displaying no
fear, led the aborigines for three quarters in the first
game of the Sectional. A final quarter rally enabled
Anderson to tie the score but victory was denied as Woodis
I5-footer at the gun was nullified, due to traveling.
Floor general James Wood gives birth to a fast break.
Basketball reserves add victory record
Anderson 47, Indianapolis Wood 17 1 O
Anderson 47, Marion 35 2 0
Anderson 45, New Albany 56 2 1
Anderson 40, Lafayette-Jeff 50 2 2
Anderson 49, Ft. Wayne Southside 37 3 2
Anderson 45, East Chicago Wash. 49 3 3
Anderson 49, Rushville 41 4 3
Anderson 38, Muncie Central 46 4 4
Anderson 50, Madison Heights 38 5 4
Anderson 65, Kokomo 74 5 5
Anderson 67, South Bend Central 47 6 5
Anderson 58, Logansport 35 7 5
Anderson 51, Muncie Southside 40 8 5
Anderson 39, New Castle 42 8 6
Anderson 58, Columbus 44 9 6
Anderson 38, Richmond 53 9 7
Anderson 39, Shortridge 38 10 7
RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM-Front Bow-
Tom Simmons, Roy Nunn, Ion Maier, Terry Adams,
manager, Barry Cope, Coy Nunn, Steve Voss. Row
2-Mr. Don Barnett, coach, Mike McHenry, Tom
Feemster, Robert Taylor, Carl Cloud, Brad Burton,
Mr. Tom VVeirich, coach.
Artie Pepelea, Larry Burns monopolize the board. Concentration is Larry Cain's objective as he takes a charity toss
A referee becomes watchful as Rod Jarvis gains an advantage State-finalist Tom Rankin positions a Muncie Central wrestler
over his opponent, mto despair during mat action.
WRESTLING TEAM-Front Row-Ricki Jarvis, Danny Jeffer-
son, Rick Eads, Steve Herkomer, Monte Sparks, Irving Wright,
Robert Swain, Edpert Keeney, Row 2-Birt Hampton, Joe Ebbert,
Robert Broadnax, Tom Rankin, Rod Jarvis, Bob Boone, Mike
Martin, Tom Mayer, Row 3-Mr. James Parsons, asst. coach,
Kevin Lane, Donald Zachary, Jerry Owens, Willie McNeese,
Fred Swigart, George Riley, Jim Forehand, Mike Riley, Steve
Fisher, Larry Zachary, Mike Armstrong, Mike Hilburt, Robert
Hall, Mr. Joe Sparks, coach.
Wrestlers lose NCC grip, but not honor
Losing the two year grip on the N.C.C. wrestling crown,
the matmen nevertheless completed a successful season.
Wrestler-of-the-year, Tom Rankin, compiled an honorable
twenty win four loss record during regular mat action
and was the lone Anderson contender in the IHSAA
wrestling state finals, placing fourth in the 165-pound
class. Equaling Rankinls record, senior Steve Herkomer
established a similar record of twenty wins and four
losses in the 120 pound weight division. First place hon-
ors in the N.C.C. wrestling tournament held at Muncie
Central was won for Anderson by junior, 112 pound
grappler, Irving Wright.
Plagued by illness and injuries during the year, an
outstanding effort by a few grapplers helped the wrestling
team to pin down a 5-7 season.
Anderson 16, Indianapolis Ben Davis 34 0 1
Anderson 20, Crawfordsville 28 0 2
Anderson 38, Marion 15 I 2
Anderson 24, Richmond 21 2 2
Anderson 10, Bloomington 43 2 3
Anderson 19, Muncie Central 27 2 4
Anderson 41, Madison Heights 11 3 4
Anderson 19, Franklin Central 33 3 5
Anderson 20, Kokomo 26 3 6
Anderson 25, New Castle 20 4 6
Anderson 14, Logansport 32 4 7
Anderson 25, Lafayette Jeff 19 5 7
Anderson third in F our-Way Tourney
Anderson fourth in N.C.C. Meet
Anderson fourth in sectional
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striving to be separate, distinct,
and yet part of the Whole,
Anderson High Schoolls 2,000 students
and 110 instructors
depicted the American society
in its complete scope.
These diverse faces and personalities
blended to give AHS a unique atmosphere
one of inquisition,
and challenging individualism.
Homeeoming's ecstatic moment of decision arrives
School city budget
nears S .5 million
Nearly 89.5 million went into the general budget for
the Anderson Public Schools this year. The school sys-
tem is one of the largest businesses in the city, ranking
on a par with most Hrms outside of the General Motors
To administer a facility of 31 buildings, more than
900 employees, and 17,080 students scattered over a 36
square mile area brought problems faced by few other
industries in the community, Chief administrator Supt.
G. E. Ebbertt directed, and a citizen school board made
major policy decisions that led to the opening of North
Side junior High, a feeder school for Anderson High,
and new grade school additions. Still facing the system
were problems of financing, further construction, and
keeping abreast of innovations in education.
Members of the Board of School Trustees are Mr. George A.
Harrison, president, Mr. Fred L. Matthews, board member, Mr.
De Var Litten, vice-president, Mr. G. E. Ebbertt, superintendentg
Vicky Rigdon's secretarial training begins at the top, supervised
by Supt. C. E. Ebbertt.
Mr. Billie W. C. Schuyler, school attorney, Mrs. Evelyn Byrum,
secretaryg Mr. John L. Childes, board member.
Administrators set educational pace
Across the desk of Principal Noel B. Douglass comes the administrative problems of Anderson
Horace Chadbourne, assistant principal, aids Mr. Douglass in
directing the complexities of the school.
Showplace of the public school system was Anderson High
School, a building constructed in 1910, modernized ex-
tensively in 1960, and improved in every year since.
This year a new suite of counseling offices was com-
pleted, driver education classes were shifted to the Rey-
nolds building across the street, and equipment was
added in most departments.
In addition to long-range planning Principal Noel B.
Douglass, his assistants, and department heads tackled
the problems of scheduling on a split program with stu-
dents and teachers beginning school at either 7:30 a.m.
or 8:30 a.m. and ending at diHerent hours.
A faculty of 110 teachers, with 75 per cent holding
masters degrees, was a valuable asset in the successful
completion of the school year and a base upon which to
build an academic program to meet more extensive fu-
Key persons plan
School treasurer David Barrow and school accountant Donald
Bowen handle hundreds of financial transactions.
ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL-Front Row-Mr. Charles Cum-
mings, Mr. Donald Bowen, Mr. 1. L. Dye, Mr. George Davis.
Row 2-Mr. David Barrow, Mr. Ishmael Osbome, Mrs. Evelyn
Mr. Frank Van Slyke, Dr, Enoch Dmmm and Dr. Harold Gal-
lagher serve as assistant superintendents in the school system.
Grahame, Mr. George Lee, Mr. Max Beigh. Row 3-Principal
Noel B. Douglass, Mrs. Edna Rhynearson, Mrs. Mary McFarland,
Assistant Principal Horace Chadboume.
Al-lS's 110 faculty members
are part of a proud heritage .
A hallway meeting brings teachers
and students into serious conversa-
MR. ROBERT ACKENHUSEN-Science-B.S.,
M.S., Indiana. MRS. SAUNDRA AMOS-Language
Arts-B.A., M.S., Purdue, Indianette Choreographer,
Pep Sessions Comm., "Little Chief" Comm. MRS.
MARIORIE C. AUSTIN-Business Ed.-A.B., Ball
State, Registrar. MR. WILLIAM BALLENTINE-IAP
dustrial Ed.-B.S., M.A., Ball State, Pep Sessions
Comm., Fisher Body Craftsman Guild Coordinator.
MR. RICHARD L. BALSLEY-Business Ed.-B.S.,
Ball State. MRS. LINDA BARNES-Home Econom-
ics-B.S., M.S., Ball Stateg American Education
Week Comm. MR. DONALD B. BARNETT-
Driver Ed.-B.A., Anderson, M.A., Ball State, Base-
ball Coach, Asst. Basketball Coach. MR. LARRY
K. BARNHART-Social Studies-B.S., Anderson,
M.A., Indiana, Sr. Class Sponsor, Annual Sponsor.
MR. DAVID E. BARROW--Mathematics-A.B.,
Franklin, M.S., Indiana, High School Treasurer, Ad-
ministrative Council. MR. MAX E. BEIGH-Di-
rector of Counseling-B.S., Manchester, M.S.C., In-
diana, Administrative Council, Guidance Comm.,
Employment Comm., A.F.S. Comm. MR. ROBERT
A. BELANGEE-Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.A., Ball
State, Dean of Boys, Administrative Council. MR.
DONALD C. BOWEN-Business Ed.-B.S., M.S.,
Indiana State, Area Supervisor, Administrative Coun-
cil, High School Accountant.
MR. DON P. BRANDON-Mathematics-B.S. An-
derson, M.A., Ball State, Asst. Reserve Football
Coach, Asst. Varsity Baseball Coach. MRS. MAXINE
BRIDGES-Language Arts-B.S., M.A., Ball State,
Thespian Sponsor, Convo. Comm., American Educa-
tion Week Comm., Senior Class Play Sponsor. MR.
MARK A. BROWNE-Art-B.S., Indiana, Art Club
Sponsor, Convo. Comm., "Little Chief" Comm. MR.
HOWARD BURNETT-Social Studies-A.B., Man-
chester, M.A., Ball State, High School Publicity Chr.
Une that has touched the lives of more than 20,000 seniors
MRS. LOIS BYRD-Assistant Librarian-B.S., M.A.,
Ball State, American Education Week Comm. MISS
MARILYN L. CARROLL-Language Arts-B.A.,
M.A., Ball State, Awards Comm., Senior Speakers
Comm., "Little Chiefu Comm. MR. JAMES E.
CARTER-Driver Ed.-B.S., Purdue, M.A., Ball
State. MRS. KAY 1. CLARK-Language Arts-A.A.,
Compton junior Collegeg B.S., M.A., Ball State.
MRS. MARAC-ARET COVHER-Language Arts-
B.A., Anderson, Pep Sessions Comm. MR. HOWARD
S. CRONK-Social Studies-B.S., University of
Illinois, M.A., Ball State. MR. CHARLES L. CUM-
MINGS-Physical Ed.-A.B., Ozark NVesleyan Col-
legeg M.A., Indiana. MR. CEORCE H. DAVIS-
Social Studies-B.A., Ball Stateg M.A., Columbiag
Convo Comm., Administrative Council.
MR. PHIL DAVIS-Science-B.S., M.S., Purdue,
Pep Sessions Comm. MR. CHARLES DENNY-
Social Studies-B.A,, A.M., Indiana, Purdue Legis-
lature Sponsor. MRS. MELANIE DEVITT-Busi-
ness Ed.-B.S., Ball State, Future Retailers Sponsor.
MR. DON DIETZER-Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.A.,
MR. JOSEPH L. DYE-Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.S.,
Purdueg Administrative Council. MR. DAVID H.
EAST-Science-B.S., Ball State, Pep Sessions
Comm., Asst. Cross Country Coach, Asst. Track
Coach. MR. RAY ESTES-Physical Ed.-B.S.,
South East Missouri State, M.A., George Peabody
College, Head Basketball Coach. MR. JOHN C.
FINNEY-Social Studies-B.S., M.A., Ball State,
Honors Day Comm., Convo Comm.
MR. ROBERT L. FREEMAN-Physical Ed.-B.S.,
Andersong M.A., Ball State, Head Swimming Coach.
MRS. Jo FUNK-Business Ed.-Bs., M.A., Ball
Stateg Future Secretaries Sponsor, Cheerblock Spon-
sor, Pep Sessions Comm., American Education Week
Comm. MRS. FRANCES GARRITY-Physical Ed.
-B.S., La Crosse, M.A., Ball State, G.A.A. Sponsor.
MRS. EVELYN T. GRAHAME-Language Arts-
B.S., University of Cincinnati, M.S., Butler, "Little
Chief" Comm., Senior Speakers Comm., American
Education Week Comm., Administrative Council,
Area Supervisor of Language Arts.
Teachers en1oy lunchtime fellowship Sometunes a point must be made.
glVl1'1g them knowledge of subject and often a love of life
MISS HELEN HARRELL-Home Economics-
A.B., Franklin, M.A., Ball State, Future Teachers
Sponsor, Pep Sessions Comm. MR. DONALD L.
HAYS-Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.S., Ball State, Di-
rector of Printing Services. MR. ROBERT HEARE-
Science-B.S., Purdue, M.A., Ball State. MR.
BYRON N. HELFRICH-Social Studies-B.S., M.A.,
MISS ALICE C. HIGMAN-Social Studies-A.B.,
Butler, Convo Comm. MR. WENDELL L. HILLI-
GOSS-Business ED.-B.S., M.A., Ball State, Mim-
eograph Department Head, Pep Sessions Comm., Ad-
ministrative Council. MR. DONALD P. HOFFMAN
-Music-B.M., M.M., Butler, Director of Bands,
Convo Comm., Pep Sessions Comm. MRS. LORNA
HOWARD-Language Arts-B.S., M.A., Ball State,
Cheerleading Sponsor, Pep Sessions Comm., "Little
MRS. PAULA I. HOWE-Business Ed.-B.S., M.A.,
Ball State, Student Council Sponsor. MRS. JUDY
HOWELL-Social Studies-A.A., San Antonio, A.B.,
Anderson, Model U.N. MRS. PATRICIA HUGCINS
-Language Arts-B.S., Ball State, Speech Club Co-
Sponsor, Convo Comm. MR. JESSE HUNTZINGER
-Mathematics-A.B., Ball State, M.S., Butler.
MRS. VIRGINIA G. HURLEY-Physical Ed.-B.S.,
Ball State, M.S., Indiana, Dean of Girls, Adminis-
trative Council, Senior Speakers Comm., Social Ac-
tivities Comm. MISS EILEEN JOHNSON-Lam
guage Arts-A.B., M.A., Indiana State, Latin Club
Sponsor. MR. KEITH W. JOHNSON-Language
Arts-A.B., Indianag Head Librarian, Audio Visual
Coordinator. MR. ALVIN O. JONES-Industrial Ed.
-B.S., Indiana State.
MR. DENNIS M. KAMAN-Social Studies-B.A.,
St. Edwards MR. PATRICK KING-Social Studies
-B.S., M.S., Ball State, "A" Club Sponsor, Reserve
Football Coach, Reserve Swimming Coach, Reserve
Baseball Coach. MRS. MARY KITTERMAN-So-
cial Studies-A.B., M.A., Ball State, Awards Comm.,
Scholarships Comm., Co-Chr. MR. GEORGE H.
LEE- Science-A.B., Taylor, M.S., Butler,-Ad-
MR. LOWELL R. LEE-Science-B.S., Indiana
Central, M.S., Indiana. MRS. REBECCA LEON-
ARD-Language Arts B.A., Purdueg Speech Club
Sponsor, Convo Comm., Senior Speakers Comm.
MISS VIRGINIA LINDSTROM-Language Arts-
B.A., M.A., Indiana, French Club Sponsor, A.F.S.
Comm. MISS LOIS LONG-Language Arts-B.A.,
Ball State, M.A., Northwestern, Convo Comm., Sen-
ior Speakers Comm.
MR. IOHN LONGNAKER-Science-B.S., Cincin-
natig B.S., Ohio State, Convo Comm. MR. HERBERT
L. LYON-Business Ed.-B.S., M.A., Ball State,
Concessions Mgr. MRS. MARY MCFARLAND-Art
-B.A.E., Herron, Convo Comm. MR. HARRY E.
MCGOON-Language Arts-A.B., DePauw, M.A.,
Southern Methodist, Honor Society Sponsor, Ameri-
can Education Week Comm., Awards Comm., Senior
L . I
The teaching staff lS a veteran team that has experienced
MRS. MARTHA MCHENRY-Language Arts-B.S.,
Indiana, M.A., Ball State, Spanish Club Sponsor.
MR. JACK MACY-Business Ed.-B.S., M.A., Ball
State, Cooperative Office Education Sponsor, Home-
coming Parade Chr., Ticket Manager, Pep Sessions
Comm., Commencement Comm. MR. THOMAS
MADDOX-Math-B.S., Ball State. MRS. VIVIAN
MAINE-Language Arts-A.B., M.A., Ball State,
"Little Chief" Sponsor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor,
American Education Week Comm., Convo Comm.
MRS. DELORES I. MARTIN-Home Economics-
B.S., Indiana, Christmas Decorations Comm. MR.
DAVID E. MIDDLETON-Industrial Ed.-B.S.,
M.S., Purdue, Industrial Coordinator. MR. MI-
CHAEL MILLER-Language Arts-B.S., Ball State,
Debate Club Sponsor. MR. GEORGE M. MOCK-
Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.A., Ball State.
MRS. SUSAN MULLARKEY-Language Arts-
A.B., Hanover, M.A., Ball State, Convo Comm.
MR. CHARLES M. NEWRERRY-Lan uage Arts-
B.S., Anderson College, M.A., Marsiall, Tennis
Coach, Awards Comm., College Guidance Day Chr.,
American Education Week Sponsor. MR. JACK B.
NICHOLSON-Social Studies-B.S., Ball State,
M.A., Colorado, Student Council Sponsor, Foreign
Student Comm., Clubs Comm. Awards Comm., So-
cial Activities Comm. MR. ISHMAEL OSBORNE-
Driver Ed.-B.S., Indiana State, M.S., Indiana Uni-
MRS. ELIZABETH PISTOLE-Social Studies-
A.B., Anderson College, M.A., Ball State, "Little
Chief" Comm., American Education Week Comm.
MR. KENT POORE-Math-B.A., Kansas, M.A.,
Ball State, Pep Sessions Comm. MR. JERRY
PORTER-Math-B.A., Wabash, Foreign Exchange
Comm., Pep Sessions Comm., American Education
Week Comm. MR. DANE PUGH-Industrial Ed.-
B.S., M.S., Indiana State.
MR. LEE PURSLEY-Language Arts-B.S., M.A.,
Ball State, X-Ray Sponsor, American Education
Week Comm., "Little Chief" Comm. MR. ROBERT
H. REIFEL-Industrial Ed.-B.S., M.S., Ball State.
MRS. MARTHA REINHARDT-Language Arts-
A.B., Anderson College, Senior Class Sponsor, Convo
Comm., Pep Sessions Comm., Awards Comm. MRS.
EDNA RHYNEARSON-Home Economics-B.S.,
Oregon State, M.A., Ball State, Administrative
Council, Employment Regulations Comm.
MRS. LORETTA RICHARD-Language Arts-B.S.,
Ball State, German Club Sponsor. MRS. MARILYN
RICHWINE-Home Economics--B.S., Ball State.
MR. ROGER ROUDEBUSH-Social Studies-B.S.,
M.A., Ball State, Convo Comm., Purdue Leigislative
Assembly. MR. PETER RUSSO-Driver E .-B.S.,
M.S., Indiana, Head Football Coach.
MR. RICHARD D. SEAVER--Music-B.S., M.A.,
Ball State, Vocal Music Director, Pep Sessions
Comm., Convo Comm. MR. VERN SHINN-Indus-
trial Ed.-B.S., Ball State, M.S., Butler. MRS.
ANITA SINCROFT-Language Arts-B.S., Indiana.
MRS. LAURIE SMITH-Music-B.S., Ball State,
rsonal satisfaction every time one of its students succeeds
MR. WALLACE E. SMITH-Art-B.A., M.A.E.,
Ball State, Christmas Decorations Comm. MR.
RICHARD SPANGLER-Business Ed.-B.S., Ball
State. MR. JOSEPH C. SPARKS-Driver Ed.-B.S.,
M.S., Indiana, Junior Class Sponsor, Head Wrestling
Coach. MR. PHILLIP W. SULLIVAN-Industria
Ed.-B.S., Ball State, Pep Sessions Comm., Asst. Base-
ball Coach, Asst. Football Coach.
MRS. MARGARET B. SWEET-Language Arts-
B.S., Winona State, M.A., Ball State, Convo Comm.,
Little Chief Comm. MR. CLIFFORD W. SWIFT-
Social Studies-B.S., M.S., Butler, Bookstore Mgr.
MR. NORMAN TAYLOR-Counseling-B.S., M.A.,
Ball State, La Teen Cuisine Sponsor. MRS. LOIS
UTTERBACK-Home Economics-B.S., Westem
Kentucky, La Teen Cuisine Sponsor.
MR. GEORGE F. VAUGHT-Musit-B.P.S.M.,
Indiana, M.S., Indiana State, Director of Bands,
Administrative Council, Convo Comm. MRS. VIR-
GINIA VERMILLION-Langua e Arts-A.B., In-
diana, M.A., Ball State, Little Ciief, Convo Comm.
MR. EDMUND C. VILLARS-Industrial Ed.-
B.S., Stout State, MR. HAROLD O. VVELSH, JR.-
Industrial Ed.-B.S., Anderson College, M.S., Ball
State, Varsity Cross Country Coach.
MR. ROGER W. WHITEHEAD-Social Studies-
B.S., M.A., Ball State. MR. HORACE B. WILSON-
Science-B.S., Purdue. MRS. JEANNE E. WOOL-
SEY-Business Education-B.S., Indiana, M.A., Ball
State, Convo Comm. MRS. JUDY ZINSZER-Lam
guage Arts-B.A., Hanover, French Club Co-Spon-
sor, Spanish Club Co-Sponsor, junior Class Co-
Sponsor, American Education Week Comm.
Individual conferences clarify understanding.
Careers are planned through counseling aid
Service personnel vital to schoo operation
Vital to the operation of the high school was a group of
service personnel, working in many non-academic areas.
A spotless building, thousands of records, a daily school
lunch came as a result of the efforts of many cooperating
Almost a small business in itself was the school lunch
program which provided meals for 1,200 students daily.
Finding the best prices for food and making use of
government commodities kept the cost of school lunches
to a minimum.
Repair, cleaning, and new construction were the tasks
of 14 custodians and the school system's maintenance
department. Record keeping fell to a staff of school
secretaries and responsibility for health testing and first
aid to the school nurse.
CAFETERIA WORKERS-Front Row-Virginia Lemaster, Ber- Hobbs I d S l L. R11 L T K th C l
nice Sparks, Marge Gellinger, Ruth.Callender, Velma Oliver, Mildred lNIlI11l2heltlaLo1s0lgucor? yRov?d1dfeeRosJdr?l:-urge: Rliitlialxlllclriliiln
Ioan McCrary, Carolyn Henson, Georgina Casset. Row 2-Madge nell Edna Garris Vlasta Maxwell Frances Birkenbine
CUSTODIANS--Front Row-Mr. Estle Thompson Mrs. Elsie SECRETARIES-Mrs. Martha Goff, Mrs. Ofaal Wallace Mrs
Kejcwiin. Row 2-Mr. Iack Poor, Mr. Calton Grublns, Mr. Ben Mary Abel, Mrs. Barella Gray, Mrs. Helen Knis ey.
Essential school data and records are maintained by an eflicient school city secretarial staff.
Senior Class Sponsor Mr. Larry Barnhart aids in planning programs
and events for future graduates.
Mrs. Martha Reinhardt takes time out from regular classroom
duties to sponsor Senior activities.
When Sophomores, members of the present Senior class
felt graduation time could not come fast enough. Sud-
denly they were aware of being upperclassmen and were
caught up in a whirl of activities and responsibilities.
Seniors realized the necessity for planning for the future,
and they worked hard to achieve success in education,
athletics, and leadership. They became young adults,
conscious of the problems confronting themselves and
their changing world.
Senior Week climaxed a long-to-be remembered high
school career. It was filled with excitement and tears as
final good-byes were said to AHS, and the class of 1968
journeyed forth into the world to make their mark as
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS-Rex Richards, Beth Newberry,
Bruce Clear, Rodney Jarvis.
park seniors during final year .
SENIOR EXECUTIVE coUNc1L-From row-Nanci scott, Dagfiforde, Barbara Brown, Carole Pisfole, Mollie Smith, Betsy
Cheryl Palmer, Mary Beth Abel, Susan Fite, Donna Ric ardson, MCNabneY, B31'b Ff0SSafd, Chl'iS Melson. -
Beckv Barron. Iudv Keel. Row 2-Danny Hozue, Jim
Rodney Jarvis Fred Matthews Beverly Caldwell Cheryl Chowning
Senior Class President Senior Class Vice-President Senior Class SeCl'CfafY S6I1i0r Class Treasurer
The 1968 senior class had historical significance
Mary Beth Abel
M arsha Armstrong
M ark Baker
member became the 20 000th Anderson l'l1gh graduate
Monna Sue Brandt
Sus an Bray
Facing the class were some important choices--college
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Rod jawis escorts Senior Queen Bev
Caldwell to meet her Homecoming
Senior boys knew the magic age of 18 meant an obligation
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while painting a wordy picture.
Barbara F arler
Susan F ite
Iames F latford
jo Anne Flynn
for at least two years of military service . .
Graduates ignored the advice of many marriage counselorf
claim teenage marriages have little chance for success . .
Larry joe James
The senior class float becomes a rolliigg circus
Wagon with Leatha Taylor caged insi e as 1
Ambitious seniors put careers on the line by taking SAT
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Uthers moved into the business and industrial world, providing
One group of spirited qoliti-
cians is the Purdue Legis ative
Assembly contin ent of Rex
Richards, David ifliller, Bruce
Clear, Jody Walker, and Tim
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Alan Lewis Miles
Lou Ann Moreland
of the economlc working force for the commumt
janice N iehaus
N ichola Norton
Mary Ja Osborne
Seniors were still young despite the pressures of the times
Senior hippies invade a spirited
pep session to spark Indian ans in
an enthusiastic rally.
screamed for the teams and eagerly led activities
They sported mini-skirts, but not in school,
Barbara lean Scott
Barbara M. Scott
ancecl the boogaloo, and listened to soul music . . .
Students aid each other in ad
ministering psychology tests
The tradition of the Anderson lndian was never more important
Seniors Tom Graddy and Lee Franks work dili-
gently on the Homecoming float as the parade
and game approach.
I Mike Temple
as seniors suddenly felt their high school lives slip away
Mary Ann Taylor
Duane Van Dalsen
Ierry Van Dyke
Larry Van Dyke
Mary Van Meter
Jo Alice Walker
And the important step into the adult world present at last
Mary Ann Wood
Senior Toni Rankin displays Frida- in athletic achic-veinent and is This Senior girl is one of many who aid teachers in their busy roles
awarded for his line ability at all Sports Awards Convocation. as school administrators and lliculty advisers.
Spirited juniors called
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS-Chris Schilke, Treas., Kathy Cha-
ney, Sec.g Jim VVheelwright, V-Pres.g and Mike Woodruff, Pres.
'class in motion,
Making their presence felt in pep sessions, athletics, and
organizations, the junior class exhibited the spirit and
enthusiasm that has characterized the rich tradition of
being a student at Anderson High School.
Knowing that in one short year they Would be the
leaders of the school, the Class of 1969 worked to estab-
lish itself as a 'iclass in motionf, First was the building of
a float for homecoming. Then they managed the coat
check during basketball season, operated the candy
counter during the second semester, and planned, con-
structed, and promoted the prom to wind up the year.
LUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS-Mr. Joseph Sparks and Mrs. Judy
JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-Front Row-Jim Wheel
wright, Kathy ChaneyNCarla Jones, Julie Toombs, Sheila McAfee,
Chris Schilke, Mike oodrut, Class Sponsors-Mrs. Jud Zinszer,
Mr. Joseph Sparks. Row 2-Ann Barnett, Steve Arnold, Scott Ray,
Gary Ferguson, Charles Austin, Ron Hellems, Dou5JGraham, Brad
Oliver, Ric Dunkerly. Row 3-Monte Sparks, De ra Crowthers,
Mary Ann Weis, Teresa Carter, Brenda eed, Kathy Zerkel, Mary
Bronnenberg, Janice Sigler, Tom Mayer.
The junior year marked a time of decision
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Kathy Alexander, Connie Alfrey,
Judy Alfrey, Anna Allen, Curtis
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Steve Anderson, jirn Anthony
Jo Anne Armstrong, Mike Arm-
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Brenda Aynes, Frank Bagienski,
Alberta Bailey, Debbie Baird,
Pain Baker, Penny Baker, Diane
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Dann Ball, jim Balsle , Sheila
Barkcliill, Ann Barnett, fean Bar-
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Kyle Bean, Inez Beard, Sharon
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Bender, Geraldine Benson,VJohn
Bernharclt, Marolyn Berry, Y ilson
Betty Bilbre , Susan Bilyeu, Tim
Blac , Otis lglackman, Doug Blake,
Lanet Bledsoe, Phil Bledsoe, Cliff
lossom, Teri Boiling
Tim Boman, jim Boone, Richard
Boone, Cassie Borkman, Mike
Bousman, Dorothy Bo d, Linda
goze, Dave Bradley, Rolinert Bran-
Don Brant, Ora Braxton, Becky
Bray, janet Breese, Mike Breese,
Larry Brewer, Sylvia Bricker,
jerry Bridges, Nancy Bright
Derrick Britt Ma Bronnenberg,
Cheryl Broshar, rlsavid Brooks,
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rown, Judy Brown, Phil Brown
Bruce Brumback, Hershel Brum-
met, Patty Buck, Robert Buck,
Norma Buehler, Geraldine Burli-
son, Marlene Burlison, Cheryl Bur-
nett, Larry Burns
etermining the eventual course of their high school careers .
Brad Burton, Jack Cage, Cliris
Calalwria, Jean ,allahan, Marilneth
Callencler, Annie Campbell, Linda
Campbell, Mike Carpenter, Geral-
Linda Carter, Teresa Carter, Mike
Centers, Nilena Chamberlain,
Kathy Cliane f, Debbie Chenna
Wetli, Nlarshall Clark, Nlike Clark,
Pliil Coale, Alan Cobb, Teresa
Collett, Leonard Collins, joy Col-
lins, Linda Conlon, Kenneth Con-
ner, Nancy Cook, Amos Conley
-lack Cope, Donna Conch, Becliv
Courtney, Xlilic Covinflon. Erviii
Cox, Janet Craili, Hicliarcl Crain,
Cary Iripv, john Crisler
Marti Crosle , Debbie Crowthers,
Donna Crull, Becky Crlimes,
Cathy Cummings, Shirley Cum-
mings, james Currie, janet Dale,
Sara 1 Dales
Nlelincla Dant, jim Darr, Iini Dar'
nell, Fxolncrt Daven wrt, Dave
Davis, Doyle Davis, llelen Davis,
.lvaiiiio Davis, Lalwlla Davis
Mark Davis, Nick Davis, Russell
Davis, Steve Davis, Patty Day,
Tammy Day, David Delp , Alan
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Donna DeYVeese, Rick Dietz, Nar-
vie Dixon, -IoRene DuBois, Mar-
Corene Edwards, Irene Edwards,
Luvonnc Edwards, Nlax Edwards,
jennifer Duncan, Rick
Cfedrie Dunkerlv, Paoli
Tom Edwards, Brenda Eiler, Bon-
nie Eldridge, Yvonne Eldridge,
Bob Ellingwood, John Ellis, Glen-
da Emerson, Char es English, Gary
Brockle Ervin, Vickie Ervin,
Linda Eltchison, Dick Etsler, Nikki
Euratte, lane Evans, Sue Everman,
Darrelyn- Fair, Melvin Fairchild
Becky Farmer, Leah F armer, Mark
Fenimore, Dick Ferguson, Cary
Ferguson, Carol Ferrell, oyce
Files, Bonny Finley, Dave Fis er
Cary Fisher, Steve Fisher, Randy
Fife, Deborah Fitzsimmons, Rod
Fletcher, Tom Floiy, Karen Fol-
som, Rick Ford, Patty Fowler
Mark Fraunclorler, Rod Freeman,
Cheryl French, Larry Friggle, Skip
Frye, NVillie Fuller, Vickle Gaines,
Susie Gallamore, Bill Garrett
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victory and express student ingenuitv.
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Mike Garrett, Charlotte Garris,
Dale Gehrke, John George, Prod-
ne George, Susan George, Sharon
Gibson, Carol Gillespie, Karen
Kathy Gillespie, John Gilson, Car-
olyn Gibson, Walter Girt, Tariea
Goehring, Norman Goodman, an-
Lce Gorr, Ted Graddy, Doug ra-
Shirley Graham, Bill Gray, Lynn
Gray, Sally Green, Teri Green,
Margie Griffey, Jackie Guibault,
Caro Gwaltney, Joyce Hagan
Tim Haines, Barbara Hall, Murray
Hall, Dan Hallenbeck, Herbert
Hallenbeck, Birt Hampton, James
Hampton, Mauri Hannaford, Tom
Vermilla Harp, Dennis Harrington,
Elizabeth Harter,CJud Harvery,
Poll Hathcoat, arolln Hayes,
Becky Heath, Roanalcll Hellems,
Ange a Hendricks
Margaret Herbert, Janet Herehe,
Beckie Hersley, Brad Hersberger,
Eddie Hervey, Glenda Highwood,
Becky Hill, David Hill, Cathy
Ste hen Holtzleiter, Randy Horn-
becli, L nda Horne, Emily Hosek,
Rosie liloskins, D011 Hudson,
erry Huffrnan, Clllgf Hughes,
Bridget Hurle , Phil Hurton,
Suela Imel, Nlike Ingram, Jack
Ireland, Carla Jackson, Louise
Jackson, Dale Jarrett, Dave Jarrett
Denise arvis, Sharon enkins,
Shexyle enkins, Nancy ohann,
Claude ohnson, Dale Johnson,
Essie Johnson, Rex Johnson, Vir-
Bill Jones, Bill ones, Brad Jones,
Brenda Jones, ,arla Jones, Clark
ones, Diana Jones, Joanna Jones,
Monica Jones Deanne Keeney,
Mary Pat Kelly Rick Kell , Jim
Keogh, Pat Kiely, enny Igim le,
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Katie Kopp, john Kollros, Tom
Kuhn, Susan Lagle, Patrick La-
nane, Kevin Lane
Dick Lantz, Mary Larry, Patty
Lasley, Penny Lasley, Don Law-
son, Ralph Lawson, Mary Law'
rence, Greg Laughlin
Bm Leach, Charles Leasure,
,onna Lee, Lynda Lee, Mike
Lemon, Dave Lennurtz, Mary
Lermurtz, Ora Lewis
Steve Lierman, Mary Lippman,
Tim Lockwood, Naomi Long, Rog-
er Long, Donna Lowe, Kathy
Lowe, Tom Lycam
David Lynch, She-lia MuAtee,
Linda MC'Burrows, Roger McCay,
Russell Mt-Clask , Jordon Mc-
Claire, Arinang McClintock,
Craig McClure, Janet McClure,
Mike McCormick, Ceor ianna Mc-
Daniel, jack McGill, Emma Mc-
Glothen, Anne McCruder, Dave
llllllll uten Cll1Cl1Cllt? Becky Courtney represents her L-lass in the Homecoming Parade. Float building is frustrating.
lub presidents, and
Steve Mclntyre, ,lim MeKeaiid,
Terry McKee, Mar Kay McMil-
lan, Deloris McNiKJ, Joyce Mc-
Rhaul, Mike McUne, Sue Mains
Frank Malone, ,lay Mallernee, Tim
Magers, Greg B anuel, Linda Man-
ship, Janine Marling, Cindy Mar-
tin, Doug Martin
Mary Marvel, Edward Massey,
Vicky Maxwell, Pete May, Teri
Maly, Tom Mayer, Jeni Meikell
Mi e Melson
Pam Metz, Bill Metzfer, Ester
Miles, Marilyn Miles, lbrank Mil-
house, Barbara Miller, Mike Mil-
ler, Kathy Modlin
Dave Moody, Gail Moody, Dwight
Mor fan, Lora Morrison, Paul IX 0-
to, lseanna Mowrey, Linda Moyer,
Steve Mullins, Tom Mumbower,
Steve Musser, Tim Myers, Linda
Myriek, Tom Nave, Iaceline Nell,
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Most earned drivers licenses after an earlier course in drive
Charles Newsom, Tom Nicholas,
Steve Nicholson, Ion Nipple, Susan
Noel, Ceatrice Nunn, jewelean
Nunn, Bonnie O'Brian, Tandy
Nancy O,C0nner, Ioe Ohneiser,
Brad Oliver, Frances O'Neal,
Kathy Otto, Rick Owens, Steve
Eakes, Riley Palmer, Sandra Par-
Iglnice Parker, Julie Parks, Linda
atrick, Dennis Pattersoi, Suzette
Patterson, Dwa ne Pea , Marcia
Pence, Frank Pennington, Mary
Binior Pettigrew, Cathly Phillips,
an Philli s, Ca Phi ips, Mary
Phillips, Slteve llghilli s, Wayne
Phlegar, Karen Pitts, Mike Porter
Don Pose , Debbie Potter, Audrey
Powell, lllob Price, Rick Pringle,
Scott Privett, Zerinda Purcell,
Terry Pyland, Steve Quinn
kinine Ramsey, jirn Railey, Scott
ay, Carol n Raytord, Mary Ray-
ford, Rose Rayford, john Redfield,
jack Redic, Ray Renbarger
Alvin Renchler, Bob Reynolds,
Debbie Rhule, Rick Richards,
Claire Richardson, Connie Rich-
ardson, Iulia Richardson, Sheryl
Richardson, Lynda Riddle
Paul Riddle, Roger Riddle, Brenda
Ried, jeff Rigdon, Betty Robb, Ken
Robbins, Larry Robbins, Ray Rob-
bins, Elizabeth Roberts
Susan Robey, Brenda Robinson,
iohn Robinson, Ron Robinson,
Vynn Rodecap, Rachael Rollins,
Diana Ross, Terri Rowe, Greg
Pat Sample, Mona Sargent, Tom
Sargent, Chris Schilke, George'
Schinnerer, Slennifer Scott, Pam
Sears, Steve ellers, Diane Seybert
Leigh Ann Shafer, Ron Shaffer,
Larry Shaw, Nancy Shearer, Mike
Sheets, Linda Shell, gim Shuck,
janice Sigler, Veronica iler
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Individual attention is given to each underclass picture.
Peggy Sin fer, Phil Slatte , li'
Sloan, VVnh,da Sloan, Glendii Sllii-
ley, Anthony Smith, Bob Smith,
Bob Smith, Linda Smith
Mark Smith, Marsha Smith, Ove-
nia Smith, Rex Smith, Ron Smith,
Shirley Smith, Steve Smith, Tom
Smith, Tony Smith
Kathy Snider, David Sokol, Rita
Sokol, Teresa Southwick, David
Siwarks, Monte Sparks, Steve St.
Caire, Wayne St. Denis, Esther
leanne Stetlce, Deloree Stephens,
ilike Stone, Dan Stomrps, joe Stos
ver, Ph lis Stowers, Cathy Stults,
Pat Stullts, Margaret Sullivan
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ln 1968 the Junior class arrived at a point of leadership
Muriel Summerville, Floyd Sur-
face, Sandra Sutton, Bruce Swan,
Karen Swinehart, Pat Sykes, llohn
Ifaylor, Kai'en Taylor, Lenora ay-
Paula Ta lor, Ronnie Talylor, Sha-
ron Taylor, Terri Tay or, Ruby
Thacker, Ga Thomason, Le Ann
Thomason, Ein Thornburg, julia
Tom Thornburg, Bill Tierney,
Nathan Tiffany, Kathy Tolbert,
Edie Toombs, Marsha Trindel,
ene Trueblood, Jane Tucker,
Fatt Underwood, Barbara Van-
Buslzlirk, Tony VanDui'l1er, Frank
Vanhleter, Gary Vaufhn, Steven
Vess, Lessia Vest, Bcfibert Vogel,
Nancy Vores, Jianet Wade, Debbie
Wages, Liz X ainscott, jim Wal-
ker, Wayne Walters, Ronnie Ward,
Howard Wardwell, Don Watson
Faye VVatson, Sheila Watson, El-
nora Weaver, Mary Ann Weis,
Don Wells, Cathy Wheeler, jim
Wheelwright, Diana Whelchel, Ed
Albert White, Michael White,
Tonya Whitley, Patty Wihebrink,
Mary Wilder, Iiianita Wilderson,
Karen Wilhoit, ick Wilhoit, Dor-
Karen Williams, Ken Williams,
Porter Williams, Rob Williams,
Steve Williams, Dennis William-
son Denny Williamson, David
Williamson, Penny Williamson
Dennis Willis, Dennis Willis, Rolhn
VVillis, Liquita Wilson, Iames il-
son,CI1:ck Winton, Donna Wirth-
len, ris Wisehart, john Wisehart
Ed VVood, Ralph Wood, Mike
Woodruff, jim Woods, Cheryl
Wright, Ervin Wryght, Truddie
Wright, George N ulle, Rodger
Ed Wyatt, Mike Young, Mary
Youngb ood, Scott Zachary, Sharon
Zink, Bill Zion, Patty Zirkleback,
Tom Zirkleback, Michele Zuck
For many sophomores the first few weeks of attending
AHS was a period of confusion and bewilderment. Cet-
ting used to new personalities, different rooms, and a
strange schedule were just a few ofthe perplexities soph-
As the year slowly progressed, the chaotic group
adapted itself to the hectic pace of high school life, and
found time in a busy schedule to construct a float for
Homecoming, choose class rings, sweaters, and jackets,
and to select sponsors and class officers.
By the time spring had arrived the sophomores had
learned the school song, the rich customs and traditions
of AHS, and had taken an integral role in the school.
adapt to hectic life
SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-Front Row-Nancy Hodges, Tom Martin, Mickey VVhiteaker, Dan Halsell, Marcia
Reichard, Cind Alt, Linda Beard, Christy Black, Carol Lan , Dad s.
Chris Wisner, Sally Jones. Bow 2-Bob Kiely, Steve Voss, Tim
Diana Adams, Ga Adams, Ta so , - ' ,af L 1 P
Adams, Kay AlbreZl1t,Jim Alexa? . '43 1 Qf'...::
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Cindy Campbell, Vivian Campbell,
Dennis Carpenter, Diana Car en-
ter, Valerie Cartwell, IOBeth lCar-
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Pauline Clem, Don Clevenger,
Carl Cloud, Iogy Cobb, Dennis
Cockran, Steve ollens, Fred Col-
lins, Chris Condon, Betty Conner
Ron Cook, Lenn Cookman, Barry
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Penny Cram, Mary Cravens, Mary
Crawford, Brenda Currie, Rebecca
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Lee Ro Delia, Debbie Dennis,
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Marianne Donnelly, Linda Dotson,
Donna Don hert , Robert Doug-
las, Renee Dowling, Mike Dow-
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Cheryl Duncan, enniter Duncan,
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dwards, Dean Eldridge, LeAnne
Ellis, David Ellsworth, Willie
English, jeanetta Etichison, Eldon
Kathy Eutsler, Bernadette Faith,
Regina Falker, Karen Farley, Eve-
lyn Farmer, Tom Feemster, Ken
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Ed Freestone, Susan Fuller, jo
Ellen Gadberry, jerry Gain, Tim
Galbraith, Ide la Galmore, Judy
Garland, Betsy Garner, Mark Gar-
Rogler Garrett, Richard Garretson,
Bee y Garringer, Lewis Garris,
im George, Geoffrey Gephart,
ohn Gerald, Etoshia German,
Otera Givens, Nancy Goddard,
Tom Goodman, Ma Goodwin,
Anna Gore, Beck Glourley, Jim
Graham, Terri Graham, jo Grant
Charlotte Grzay, Kirk Gray, Paul-
ette Grzgy, im Gray, Barbara
Green, herr Gre g, Michelle
Grieb, Belindla Griigee, Candace
Darrell Grile, Janice Guibault,
Mike Culbert, Steve Gutherie, lim
Habereh, Charlotte Haian, Gregg
Haggard, Pam Hale, Ric Hall
Robert Hall, Donn Halsell, Randy
Hamilton, John lilamlrflton, Mat-
thew Hampton, Karen anelyl, Sam
Hanna, john Harden, Keith argis
Larry Harris, Patty! Harris, Bertha
Harrison, Roger alynes, Russell
Ha s, Linda ecks, inda Hedges
cralt, David Helvey, Susan Hen-
gyndi Herb, Tom Herbst, Doug
examer, Ilohn Hexamer, Gary
Hiatt, Sheryl Hiatt, Karen Higgins,
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Vincent Hilliard, Denise Hinch-
man, Doug Hinton, Debbie Hobbs,
Tim Hodges, Karen Hogan,
Georglel Ho and, Vickie Holland,
Lorraine Hoppes, Tom Horevay,
Barbara Horne, Mary House,
Rhoda Howe, Allan Hudson, Mar-
tha Hudson, Pete Hudson, Terry
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key ll-Iughes, Ronald Hughes, Ruth
Hughes, Barbara Hulse, Keith
Hummel, Marian Humphrey, Mar-
Suzy Huntley, lLoAnna Hutton,
Myrtle Hyatt, evin Idlewine,
David Imel, Debbie Imel, Roy
Irle, Tom Isenhonr, Chris jackson
kianita jackson, Robert jackson,
ick Jarvis, Dan Jayne, Danny
efierson, Cherl johnson, Doris
fiohnson, jerry jbhnson, Sam john-
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gone-s, Elaine Lones, Linda lone-s,
ally wines, S eriy jones, 'ylvia
Daviii jordan, Sharon Joslin, Steve
jour an, Nanette jo , er jus-
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Mike ase,Edpert Keeney
Richard Kellams, Debbie Kelley,
Lune Kelley, Mike Kelley, Bob
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Kennedy, Larry Kennedy, ee
Sue Keo h, Rick Kilgus, Bob
Kile , Patgiiimmerling, Steve Kim-
merling, Essie Kimmons, Mike
Kinerk, Monte King, Penny King
Carol Kirksey, Carolyn Kirksey,
Anita Kivi, Alan Knuckles, Rus-
sella Kouns, Sheila Kruger, ganis
LaC5iew, Becky Lambert, arol
Carmen Lanriing, Tim Lanane
Mary Lantz, Larrie Larkin, Jewei
LaRue, Ralf LaRue, Steve La-
Shure, jim Laughlin, Jeannie La-
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Deanna Layer, M elocle Laymen,
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Karen Lewell n, Debbie Lloyd,
Tony Llo d, andy Loewen, Iohn
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Karen Lott, Louis Lourl, Barbara
Lumbis, Kenneth McAttee, How-
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Cord, Stephanie McCord
Bonnie Mcflullou fh, Dave Mc-
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Milam Mcililcnr , Ann Mcllwain,
Alice McKay, hlliureen McKay
Cary McKinney, Doug McKinsey,
Probert McLain, Willie McNeese,
Carolyn McQueary, Rhonda Mc-
Roberts, Marla McShirley, Dale
Maggarcl, Tom Maines
Kristy Mallorv, Francis Malone,
Danny Mann,'Vince Marsh, Mike
Martin, Tom Martin, Kristen Ma-
son, Dennis Massey, Anne Maupin
Debbie Maxwell, Gregg Maxwell,
Linda Maxwell, Tim Maxwell,
Mike Maynard, Dennis Menden-
hall jon Mier, jo Miller, Rosa
Linda Miinins, Fran Moore, Ar-
telia Morgan, Debbie Mor an,
Eddie Mor an, Pam Mor an, Ciris
gloiris, Deibie Muir, hike Mur-
Jim Nabb, Mike Neal, Larrie
i eale, Victor Newsom, Randy
Nicholson, Marie Noland, Ernie
Norris, Tom Norton, Bertha Nunn
Coy Nunn, Henry Nunn, Ray
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heiser, Paula Oldham, Brenda Oli-
ver, Kathy Orick, jerry Orr
Chuck Osborne, john Otting, Ferry
Owens, Neal Pai e, Robert a mer,
George Pancol, ack Pardue, jack
Parham, Cloretta Parks
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Raymond Parks, Cindy Paschal,
Tim Paschal, Colette Patterson,
Dennis Paterson, Linda Patton,
Jean Patton, john Paul
Barry Payne, Terry Payne, Ellen
Payton, Lar Peak, Mike Pearson,
Rick Peek, lgreda Perry, Mary El-
Larry Pettigrew, Tom Phillips,
Ton Phillips, Victor Phillips,
Lindh Phip s, Gary Pickens, Con-
nie Pickett, Fim Pierce
Mike Pine, Mike Pitcher, Nancy
Porter, Sim Potter, Regena Powel ,
Debra owers, Mike rater, Terry
Debbie Prout, Mark Purciful,
Bruce Purkey, Kim Quear, Randy
Railey, Che le Rambis, Bernice
Randolph, Ain Rangham
Dixie Rauner, Phil Raymond, Nan'
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Darlene Robinson, glanet Robinson,
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Emes Schildneir, john Schmitt,
ebbie Scott, Treva Scott, Nancty
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Barbara Sloan, Art Smith, Barbara
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Smith, Darlene Smith, Debbie
Smith, john Smith, Linda Smith
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Smiijii, Sall Smith, Sharon Smith,
Veronica Smith, Lynn Smither-
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Staller, Danny Stanley, Linda
Stanley, Carolyn Steans, Anita Ste-
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on honors and awards, and became good little
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Glenn Stone, Phyllis Stone, Frank
Strawther, Debbie Street, Saundra
Stults, Brenda Swain, Robert
Fred Sweiglart, Susan' Sylvester,
Barbara Tac ett, Rita Taylor, Rob-
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Tania Thomas, Sherry Thomason,
Gary Thurber, Derrell Tibbett,
Tanya Timmons, Sue Todd, Pam
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Steve Voss, Lyn Wable, Terry
Bruce Walker, Chris Walker, Don
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Darrell allace, Daryl Watkins,
Charlene Watson, Faye Watson
Bob Wean, Ellen Wehrley, Debbie
Welling, Debbie Wels , Neely
Welsh, Kathy Whelchel, Ernise
Whetsel, Kerry Whigham, Dixie
Micke Whiteaker, Bruce Whit-
mill, lglathie Whitson, Naomi Whit-
son, Bob Wihbrink, Rick Wilburn,
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Brenda Williams, joan Williams,
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liams, Mary Williamson, Frank
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Wood, Arthur Woodall, Dorman
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of growing competition
to an awareness of the business world.
AHS'ers observed certain economic trends
and became discerning purchasers.
Finding business both
interesting and challenging,
many graduates chose vocations
in the areas
of manufacturing, trade, and sales
to pursue as life-time goals.
A community serves its growing youth.
Rex Richards realizes that
Anderson Bank is a safe
place to keep his valuables.
Anderson Banking Company
931 Meridian St.-South Branch-Mounds Mall-900
Iackson Drive-Up-West Branch-Chesterfield-Franlo
The Anderson Banking Company has provided a variety
of friendly and ihnctional banking services for residents
of Anderson since opening its doors more than seventy-
five years ago. The main downtown bank and its five
suburban branches satisfy every facet of the public,s
bankinlg needs from checking and saving accounts, to
night epository services, and Christmas c ub savings.
Monte Ice and Armand McClintock are advised on travel arrangements for
a trip abroad.
Collins Travel Service
21 W. 12th sf.
Happiness can be foreign or do-
mestic travel or viewing a spec-
tacular show. For arrangements
and tickets, individual or escorted
tours via air line, Steamship, rail-
road, or bus see Collins Travel
Agency 'iWhere Happiness Beginsf,
Coca-Cola Bottling Company
3200 E. 38th St.
The Coca-Cola Bottling Company has provided the
" ause that refreshesf, to millions of customers since
1586. No competition has quite matched the s arkling
zest of Coke. It's the taste you never gpt tirell of' so
serve some at your next party because " ings go better
The large Seca-Sola si g
21 W. 5th St.
Using modern photographic equip-
ment and techniques, the Law-
rence-Krehe Studio captures the
glowing happiness on a youngsteris
face, the blush of a new bride, or
the triumphant smile of a graduat-
ing senior. Friendly service and
high quality portraits make it a
pleasure to deal with Lawrence-
As Carol Millspau h poses for her senior picture
she is confident 0? a lovely portrait.
2300 Crystal st.
Since its establishment in 1917
Lynch Corporation has faithfully
supplied the seven continents with
the best possible machinery for
production of glass containers. GRe-
search to accelerate the growth of
progressv is the primary goal of the
A sample of Lynch's intricate machinery
examined by Charley Czarniecki.
and Gift Store
1213 Meridian St.
Offering the finest quality merchan-
dise, Kirkmanis Jewelry and Gift
Store has supplied Anderson resi-
dents with a complete gift selection
of jewelry, watches, silver, and
china for nearly half a century.
Mary Ann WVeis studies the wide selection of
Fine quality silver available ut Kirkmarfs.
Choosing an watch that will last
gfiiietimc is nol problem for
a VVooc Wien shopping
19 W. Cross St.
For many years Sczesnyis Super-
market has provided the best in
grocery products for the discerning
ousewi e. The variety at lowest
prices plus aiuick and convenient
shoppinlg m es Sczesnyis the place
for ami y food service.
Sczesny's personnel is eager to help customers
make desired selections.
Mounds Mall and 3312 Nichol Ave.,
Thirty three years of fashion expe-
rience in Anderson established
Roth,s as an authority. Tasteful
suits, dresses, coats, furs, and
s ortswear for all occasions can be
fblund at Rothis two convenient
locations, Mounds Mall and Edge-
The world of cosmetics is explored by Janie
Roush as she experiments with the latest beauty
Star China and
902 Main St.
The gleam and sparkle of china and
crystal gives the Star China store
its name. For all household gifts
and necessary and decorative items
for kitchen and table, the Star
China is unexcelled in Anderson.
Cheryl Chowning and Bill Snyder know that
Star China is the place to buy beautiful dinner-
ware for the home.
East Side Drugs, lnc.
702 E. Sth St., 802 E. 8th St., 1500
With branches in three locations,
Tom DearingkDrug stores offer a
complete stoc of first aid supplies,
ma azines, cosmetics, and ouse-
hols needs. Registered harmacists
are on duty providing fgst and effi-
cient prescription filling.
Stylish and economic transporta-
tion has been offered to Anderson-
ians since 1937 by Philli s Motors
who specializes in the Salle of Har-
ley Davidson, and Yamaha cycles
and scooters. Repair service, parts,
and riding gear are extra features.
The wide selection of Yuinnlms and llurlcy
Davidson motorc cles clazzles Alanine Mailing
:uid Jerry Vim Dyllle.
821 Meridian St.
Ra s rovides suits, S ort clothes,
shclzals, land sweaters fgr men and
boys. Women shop the well-
stocked shoe de artment for the
latest styles in fldotwear. Reason-
able prices on leading goods have
wide-spread appeal or Anderson
Experienced clerk john Crisler advises Doug
Ro fs and Don Brant in the selection of coats.
Ann and Don Barnett have 21 prescription filled at their gl'ilI'lClflltl'18l',S pharmacy
Linda Peyton selects a new school Wardrobe at Sears.
Laun derers-Cl can ers
233 Sycamore St.
The importance of making a good
appearance is fully realized by
many AHS students. That is Why
they patronize the Anderson Laun-
derers-Cleaners ' to keep their
clothes at their best. Nine conve-
nient locations in Anderson provide
the very Hnest in dry cleaning and
professional laundry service.
Sears Roebuck 81 Co.
1204 Main St.
From major appliances to school
clothes or sporting goods, Sears
Roebuck and Company has served
the Anderson areafor over three
quarters of a century. Offering
quality merchandise at reasonable
prices, the convenience of parking,
and the services of competent and
friendly sales personnel, Ander-
sonians "Shop at Sears and Savef'
Gail Benak learns laundry techniques from an experienced employee.
Cook Block and
Brick Sales Corporation
2013 Mounds Road
Whether for basic construction or
decorative addition, builders need-
ing supplies, patronize the CB8zB
Company for fine workmanship
and fast service. Cement both func-
tional and decorative can be found
here, along with expert advice on
Ron Prichard steps into his grandfathefs studio to view his senior pictures.
Tom Mayer demonstrates the ease with which a hefty CB6zB machine moves.
1037 Meridian St.
Since 1937, Russ Forkner of Elite
Studio has been photographing
students for the AHS yearbook.
Whether individual portraits, group
shots, or action at a ball game, Elite
quality is always apparent. Other
specialities cause Elite Studio to
render real photographic service to
303 Pendleton Ave.
For over twenty years Russ Rege-
nold has supplied the Anderson
area buyers with the iinest new and
used automobiles and parts. Russ
Regenold offers the right car for
every taste, from sport to luxurious
sedan. For economy and beautiful
styling shop Pontiac.
Surbaugh and Son
Citizens Bank Building
Surbaugh and Son specializes in
arranging plans suited to the indi-
vidual. Many satisfied customers
recommend this agency as the best
in Madison County for real estate,
personal possessions, home, and life
Super Six Markets
Three Anderson Locations
The wide choice of beef, pork, and
poultry plus the well-stocked
shelves of grocery departments,
popular prices, fast service, and
convenient locations make food
buying a pleasure at Super Six
For the best in meats, Kathy Chaney shops Super
McDon aldas Furniture
81 St, Road 9-South
For any type of furniture, Whether
it be an Early American dinette set
or a modern bedroom suite, Mac-
Donaldis Furniture serves the com-
munity With pride and convenient
service. Expert interior designers
willingly give advice on color
schemes and home furnishings.
W. T. Walker
1126 Meridian St.
W. T. Walker Jewelry offers An-
derson a store with sparkle. Spe-
cialties are Hne diamonds and
Watches, costume jewelry, silver,
and decorative pieces. Personal en-
graving can be done on many gift
items, increasing their special
Williamson H eating
1016 Fletcher St.
Freezing winter Weather or mid-
summer heat waves pose no prob-
lems to those possessing "year-
round comfortv control. Williamson
Heating provides this comfort as
well as eil-icient service and instal-
Bob Williamson informs Steve Fenimore on the
installation and service of quality heating.
Janice Niehaus and Bob Trimble admire a living room ensemhle.
Bridget Hurley pays NV:1lker jewelry a visit for that special jewelry
and Loan Association
33 YV. 10th St.
Better-living goals are more easily
achieved through the generous
earnings on savings at First Savings
and Loan Association. This friendly
financial institution provides ad-
ditional community service offering
Mary and Tim Paschal know that First Suvingfs
excellent advice can help them in their financial
500 Broadway, 901 Meridian St.
Adults and teenagers find Frisclfs
a place for delicious food, Whether
for an after-the-game snack or a
complete dinner. Two convenient
locations with attractive dining
room facilities and carry-out ser-
vice help serve the Anderson Area
promptly and efficiently.
Mike Noland, John Crisler, Greg Laughlin, and
Steve Musser enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of
Guide Lamp Division
2915 Pendelton Ave
Shown is an aerial view of Guide
Lamp Division of General Motors,
worldis largest manufacturer of
automotive lighting equipment.
Guide also produces rear view mir-
rors, headlight controls, automatic
light switches, and plastic ports.
This large industry covers 45 acres
of floor space in Anderson and em-
ploys nearly 5,500 men and women.
An aerial view of Guide Lamp, Division of Gen-
724 W. 8th St.
The finest in park apparatus, pool,
and athletic equipment is manufac-
tured by the Recreation Equipment
Corporation and used in cities
throughout the midwest. AHS has
chosen REC to supply the pool,
athletic equipment, and apparatus
for its vast physical education pro-
Nancy Hardwick is one of the many AHSers
who appreciate the facilities available through
Recreation Equipment Corporation.
1909 WV. 8th St.
Specializing in line meats and a
Wide variety of brand name prod-
ucts, Yancey,s Market provides An-
derson housewives and shoppers
with quality foods, popular prices,
and convenient locations.
john Rosencrans, a former AHSer, examines the
l quality of Yancey's fine meats.
225 E. 10th St.
As a recognized leader in the teach-
ing of Cosmotology, Apex School
of Beauty Culture otlers highly
reputable classes in hair styling and
cosmetic application for those seek-
ing a career in beautyr culture.
Ann Richardson knows that for the best in
hairstyling one goes to Apex.
Katie Kopp and Sharon and Karen Taylor enjoy
the delicious food available at the Alibi.
1401 Jackson St.,
State Road 67 81 Columbus
Students look to the Alibi for pleas-
urable dining. Speedy service and
tasty food are important charac-
teristics of Anderson,s two Alibi
restaurants. Alibi South and Alibi
Uptown provide a taste-tempting
and economic journey to the land
of delicious food.
Art's Pizza Palace
Italian food at its best may be
found at any one of Art,s three
locations. In a pizzeria atmosphere
of "Old Italyf, pizza of all varieties
is served. Ham, beef, and sausage
sandwiches and spaghetti complete
the varied menu. Carryout service
is an added convenience.
Steve Bradley steps out of Art's anxiously await-
ing the delicious taste of his pizza.
A. L. Brewster
Shop A. L. Brewster for your re-
modeling and decorating needs.
Brewsteris specializes in beautifully
grained wood paneling and ply-
wood for home and office. Addi-
tional interior and exterior fixtures
can be provided for that "extra
touchv to your remodeling job.
B 81 B Jewelers
900 Meridian St.
If exquisite jewelry and quality
watches are desired for personal
use or for gift giving, BGB Jewelry
is an excellent place to shop. This
fine jewelry store maintains an out-
standing watch repair department
for major or minor repair service.
Steve McIntyre trusts that his watch from B6zB
Jewelry will last a lifetime.
Tom Thomburg leads the way to A. L. Brewster Plywood
Jayne Ferguson and Rod Jarvis proudly present a new softener.
19 W. nth si.
Smartly dressed young men of
Madison County make Clair Call
their favorite clothing store. Dis-
cerning salesmen assist in your
selection from an excellent variety
of suits, coats, hats and accessories.
Lee Franks strikes a confident pose in his new
sport coat from Clair Call.
Norm Cook Studio
502 W. 11th St.
Personality captured on film is the
key to fine portraits skillfully pro-
duced by Norm Cook Studio. The
important moment is preserved in
natural color, hand painted oil, or
in black and white to create por-
traits Which are "naturally betterf,
jennifer Dexter says, "I understand you make
natural looking portraits like tliislv
815 John sf.
For over a quarter century Culligan
Water Conditioning has offered
soft, purified Water for the conve-
nience of Anderson residents. Soft-
Water has demonstrated its virtues
to an increasing number of satisfied
customers who readily admit their
best decision was to call their Cul-
D eckeris, lnc.
21 W. llth St.
Decker,s Incorporated has been the
headquarters for Andersonians for
over sixty years. Quality office
equipment, books, greeting cards,
party favors, and gift items are
available here, as well as brand
names in durable sport,s equip-
Steve Meek and Ronna Wisner are eager to
play tennis with their new rackets.
D avis D airy
W. 38th St. Road
Davis Dairy provides wholesome
dairy products for the needs of ac-
tive people. The population of
greater Anderson has long trusted
Davis Dairy for convenient and
friendly delivery service of dairy
products, "fresh from the countryf'
David Fredericks receives a sample of one of
the many nourishing dairy products produced
by Davis Dairy.
2401 Meridian St.
Roman Meal Bread, developed as
an aid for weight-watchers, is only
one of the many quality-fresh prod-
ucts Dietzenis Bakery has produced
since 1885. Other long-time favor-
ites are cakes, doughnuts, Holsum
and Soft-twist bread.
Mary Pat Kelley agrees with millions of other
satisfied customers that Dietzen's is the bread
Hoyt Wright Co.
911 Meridian St., Mounds Mall
Downtown Anderson and the
Mounds Mall are enhanced by
Hoyt Wright's distinctive stores.
Since its beginning in 1923, Hoyt
Wright has evolved into a fine store
for the entire family. Friendliness
and quality merchandise are its
1223 Meridian St.
Using the most progressive meth-
ods, lndiana Business College, lo-
cated in ten centers throughout
Indiana, trains future secretaries
and accountants. Refresher courses
and special programs are available
for all students preparing for a
career in the business field.
Feeling that preparation for the future is serious
business, Pam Denny concentrates on practicing
723 E. 8th St.
Located in the center of Park
Place, Iohnnyis restaurant is the
center for quality food at its best.
For lunch, after-school snacks, or
a complete dinner ranging from
hamburgers to steaks, try Iohnnyis
for the finest.
Chris Melson is proud to wear and sell Hoyt Wright clothing.
Pam Shannon, Dale Gehrke, Chip Ellis, and Penny Baker take time out of a busy day
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Fleenofs Auto Supply
230 E. 9th St.
Mags, slicks, custom-made steering
wheels, and other parts and acces-
sories, can be found at the well-
stocked Fleenoris Auto Supply.
Specializing in tools, paint, and
mechanical needs, F leenoris is your
automotive supply center.
Alfred Johnson carefully inspects the Hue quality
merchandise at F leenor's.
Employee Pat Adams demonstrates the versatility of an electronic organ.
l-leckaman Buick lnc.
707 jackson St., 34 W. Sth St.
Whether looking for a thrilling
Wildcat Sport Coupe or a luxurious
Electra, the place Where quality,
elegance, and service comes first is
Heokaman Buick. Here can be
found a variety of colors, models,
and designs perfect for you.
"Wouldn't you really rather have a
Buick, a Heckaman Buick?
For a 'iheck of a deal" Mike Turner and Mollie
Smith turn to Heckaman Buick.
House of Music
1204 Meridian St.
The House of Music offers custom-
ers a Wide variety of musical instru-
ments and sheet musicg and guitars,
Hammond organs, and Storey and
Clark pianos are featured merchan-
dise. Instruction by competent
teachers is also available to those
desiring music lessons.
Melanie Vermillion examines the quality clothing at Penney's.
701 W. 6th St.
Producing articles to sell at a profit,
a I. A. company becomes a minia-
ture business in which learning of
good methods is paramount. Civic
leaders and businessmen know the
value of sponsoring a "learning by
doingv J. A. company to insure
quality future business leadership.
J. C. Penney Co.
1030 Meridian St.
I. C. Penney Company is one in a
national network of stores serving
the community with a variety of
clothing for the entire family.
Household furnishings, furniture,
appliances, and gifts are reasons for
shopping at Penneyis.
J. A. students are training for future competition in the business world.
15 E. 5th sr.
By providing an enormous selection
of quality hardware, toys, sporting
goods, and lawn supplies in combi-
nation with superior service, Kauf-
man Hardward Company is the
leading store of its kind in Ander-
son. Ask anyone. Theyill tell you,
i'Kaufman,s has itfi
Steve Butler is guided through Kaufmarfs
Acme Paving, Inc.
1315 Alexandria Ave.
Providing a sturdy foundation for
progress, the Acme Paving Com-
pany has specialized in asphalt
paving of streets, home and busi-
ness drives, and parking lots. Any-
where one travels in Anderson, he
is traveling on Acme paving. The
continuing demand for services in-
sures Acme a vital role in Ander-
son's progress and prosperity.
Hudson Printing Co., lnc.
119 E. 9th St.
The Hudson Printing Company celebrates fifty
years of service to the Anderson community this
year. Having printed the ulndianv between 1957-
1965, the Hudson firm continues a Warm feeling
of friendship for the AHS students and staff. The
firm also continues to be fully equipped to pro-
vide services "from the idea to the printed piece."
Harry Hudson advises his niece, Mary Bronnenberg, on the tech-
, niques of successful printing.
If you have an oversized saving job, Acme is best suited for your needs, as testify
Barb Carney, Pat Hall, an Bill Shearer.
11 E. 10th St.
Portrait hoto raphy at its finest
could welll be axe motto of Lewel-
lyn Studio. Tony Lewellynis mas-
tery is well known in the Anderson
area, and his work is recognized as
being among the best in capturing
that special ook.
Receiving individual attention, Karen Folsom
poses as t ie master Works.
3205 Columbus Ave.
Because 'Sservice is their businessv
Mathews Super Market is open
twenty-four hours a day to meet a
growing Andersonis emand for
meats and groceries. Mathews effi-
cient personnel make shopping a
Marcia Dodds piles her grocery basket with fine
products irom Mathews.
lndiana Gas Co.
748 Main st.
Central Indiana Gas Com any of-
fers clean economical fuel? for to-
dayls modern living. This Anderson
firm takes pride in serving the com-
munity with the veiiy best in con-
tempprary househo d appliances,
K Wld d tl the iiiture as she selects a modern gas range.
lvltlfy ily 1 Cl' TCRIIIS 0
1033 Main St.
Presenting a vast variety ot latest
fashions in sport clothes, school
dress, or owns for that special oc-
casion, tlge Towne Sho pe offers
that look of elegance tlglat makes
dreams come true for any AHS
Cirol Brundage looks fashionable in a lovely
Towne Shoppe ensemble.
Peachls Pancake Cottage
and Steak House
One of the leading Anderson res-
taurants providilig late meal-time
entertainment, each's Pancake
Cottage and Steak House Vprovides
service par excellence. 1' e serve
the best is no idle boast as return-
ing customers attest.
W ar d an d C o.
Mounds Mall Shopping Center
Competent and friendly sales per-
sonnel otfer ex ert service and
qualiytgly merchandise at Montgom-
ery ard and Company. Depend-
ability, its Mounds Mall location,
and its catolog ordering service
makes shopping at Wards a pleas-
Ursula Weibel compares American clothes with
those of her homeland, Switzerland.
ody Walker and Rod Anderson pre ire to en
Joy an evening of delicious food an entertain
Ponderosa Steak House
Edgewood Shopping Center
Featuring tremendous steak dinners in a
homey, Western atmosphere, Ponderosa
Steak House provides Anderson with one
of the city,s best restaurants. The cowboy-
costumed employees cook and serve steaks
of the best quality to discriminating diners.
The large sign at the Ponderosa Steak House signifies fine
eating enjoyment for Anderson residents.
The convenient location of Odell Photographers, Inc. is an added feature of
their prompt fast service.
1822 Main St.
Providing excellent quality in portrait
photography, speedy film development,
and a fine camera and photographic needs
department has earned Odell's a reputa-
tion for outstanding and friendly service
to Anderson and the surrounding com-
Miller Huggins, lnc.
1212 Meridian St.
With "everything for every ol'Hce,', Miller
Huggins Oilers the local businessmen and
private individuals a wide selection of
office supplies and office equipment. A
typewriter rental service and a variety of
school supplies are provided for Anderson
area high school and college students.
Fred Matthews and Kevin Lane practice their secretarial tech-
niques on a quality typewriter from Miller Huggins
Marvin Lowe lnsurance
2103 Meridian St.
Miss Lavinia Burton, who completed 44
years of service in Anderson schools in
1967, is the first local recipient of the Tax
Sheltered Annuity Retirement check from
George H. Reiger of American United Life
Insurance Company. The TSA program
allows certain money to be set aside for re-
tirement with future income 10-1573 higher
than most annuity plans.
Mrs. Lavinia Burton receives her TSA retirement check.
Junior class officers Mike Woodruff, Chris Schilke, and jim Wheelwright learn a few
of the techniques of broadcasting.
geilers Fashion Board member, Nancy Shearer examines clothing available at "The
WI-I BU Radio
640 Citizens Bank Building
For more than a quarter of a cen-
tury, comprehensive on-the-spot
coverage of major news and sport-
ing events have come from WHBU,
1240 on your radio dial. Affiliated
with the Columbia Broadcasting
Company System for national pro-
gramming and news, WHBU pro-
vides widespread coverage chan-
neled for local interests also.
927 Meridian St., 1102 Meridian St.
"The Place" . . . Weilers, distinctive
shop that caters to the co-ed. TWO
girls from each local high school
comprise Weilers Fashion Advisory
Board. This board helps to select
the styles and trends to be featured
in the unique atmosphere of "The
Christmas decorations at the Delco-Remy Engineering and Research Building add a festive note
to the whole community.
2.401 Columbus Ave.
Success at Delco-Remy Division depends upon the men
and Women of Anderson whose loyalty and interest have
helped to produce high quality automotive parts such as
batteries, horns, and other electrical mechanisms. Hun-
dreds of Anderson High School graduates have gone on
to careers at Delco-Remy, and they and the division
have profited greatly from this merger of top technology
2603 N. Broadway
Operating from new Chevrolet
keeps pace with an expanding An-
derson by providing outstanding
sales and service for those whose
cars bear the distinctive name of
Chevrolet. Become a part of the
"generation on the movev with a
Janet Bledsoe and Richard Fredricks select a
new Chevy convertible at a new Hunter-
Toles Flower Shop
627 Nichol Ave.
Bouquets and artistic floral ar-
rangements for parties, weddings,
and special social functions are the
specialties of the staff at Toles
Flower Shop. AHS students are de-
lighted by Toles, flowers which
compliment various social activities
throughout the year.
Karen Swinehart selects a vase to hold one of
Toles' many Horal creations.
Emge Packing Co., Inc.
2000 W. 8th St.
Approximately 1,000 hogs and up
to Hfty head of cattle are slaugh-
tered each day by the Emge Pack-
ing Company to provide Central
Indiana with the finest in meat
products. Chief Anderson brand
bacon and Emge ham and beef are
the finest choices of discriminating
Kathy McHenry and Bruce Chaille experiment
in the duties of U.S. Meat Inspectors at Emge
East Side Jersey Dairy
When in the mood for excellent
quality dairy products or just an ice
cream treat, shop East Side Dairy
where their first concern is the
customeras pleasure. East Side
proves their fine quality by only
selling products that are the "Best
Steve Hardacre anddlack King thrive on the fine
products of East Si e jersey Dairy.
First National Bank
Southdale Shopping Center
First National Bank of Madison
County combines friendly service
with the rotection of well-estab-
lished banking. Savings are insured,
just as quality is assured, giving the
very finest in banking to Anderson
and all Madison County.
Steve Arnold joins the Christmas Savings Club,
one of the many services offered by First Na-
wan gf M um
Madeline Beeman "thinks young", by joining the "Pepsi generation".
Building contractor Bird Strange displays a modern Anderson home to Artie Pepelea.
1918 E. 44th si.
Whether building a new home or
adding onto your present one, Bird
Strange Building Contractor is the
place to shop for your materials,
where quality and good service are
a part of their everyday philosophy.
Bottling Co., lnc.
1831 YV. 18th St.
During an exciting game, after a
hard day at school, or while just re-
laxing, AHSers welcome the cool,
refreshing difference of Pepsi.
Through the ellorts of the Pepsi-
Cola Bottling Company, people
everywhere have enjoyed "the taste
that beats the others coldf,
For the number one color T.V. its
RCA, and Wyatt's is the place
where all RCA and Whirlpool ap-
pliances can be found. Wyattis sup-
plies an experienced staff of sales-
men to aid in your selection, as
well as prompt, free delivery.
Van Dyke depends on Wyatfs for the
in the world of color television.
Peddler and Varsity Shops
920-922 Meridian St.
Fashions by leading designers and manu-
facturers of Womenis apparel in a Wide
variety of styles from sportwear to special
occasion dresses and suits can be chosen
amid the rustic decor of the Peddler. For
any clothing needs, coeds visit the Peddler
For the finest quality in women's clothing, Donna Rich-
ardson shops the Peddler.
For the guy who wants the latest in
threads the Varsity Shop presents the most
recent in male apparel. From swim trunks
to dinner jackets the Varsity staff is there
to serve you. No matter what the occasion
-go best, go Varsity!
Young men like Gary Erskine go Varsity for that unique
and different style.
MARY BETH ABEL-College Preparatory
Honor Society, Future Teachers, French
Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Sr.
Exec. Council, Jr. Exec. Council, Foreign
Student Comm., H.S. Oilice Asst.
MICHAEL ADAMS-General-Choral Club,
CANDACE ALBERTS-General-La Teen
MONTE ALFREY-General-Lighting Crew.
TERRY ALLEN-General-DECA, Vice
Pres., Reserve Cross Country, Reserve
SUSAN AMRINE-General-Future Secre-
RONALD ANCIL-College Preparatory-Lab
in Club, Football.
PATRICIA ANDERSON-Home Economics-
Home Ec. Asst.
RODNEY ANDERSON-College Prepara-
tory-Choral Club, Madrigals, Caduceus
Club, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespi-
ans, Jr. Exec. Council, Soph. Exec. Coun-
cil, Little Chief Statl, Publication Rep., Re-
serve Cross Country, H.R. Pres., Library
STEVE ARCHEY-General-A-Club, Foot-
LARRY ARMSTRONG - General-Publica-
SHIRLEY ARMSTRONG-College Prepara-
tory-Jr. Coat Check, Caduceus Club, Span-
ish Club, Student Council, Honor Society,
Model U.N., H.R. Pres.
SHARON BAKER-General-Art Club, Band,
SHIRLEY BAKER-Business-Future Teach-
ers, Cheerblock, Oflice Asst.
ANNE BALDWIN-College Preparatory-Fw
ture Teachers, French Club, Honor Society,
Little Chief Staff, Counselor's Asst., Read-
ing Lab. Asst.
SCOTT BALSLEY-General-Band, Orches-
tra, Latin Club, Student Council, Monitor,
Pep Session Comm., Band Asst., Model
U.N., Boys State, Dance Band, Pep Band,
Jr. Prom Comm.
CHERI BARKHIMER - General - German
Club, Print Shop Asst., Library Asst.
DON BARNETT-General-Caduceus Club,
Spanish Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, A-
Club, Football, Swimming, Baseball, Deanis
Asst., Monitor, H.R. Pres., Pep Session
Comm., F.C.A., Prom Comm.
REBECCA BARRON-College Preparatory-
Band, French Club, Sr. Exec. Council, H.R.
Sec., Prom Comm.
JOYCE BARTON-Home Economics-Cheer-
block, Nutrition Asst.
DANIEL BASTINE-General-Band, Art
Club, Art. Asst., Reserve Swim Team.
DONALD BASTINE-General-Band, A-
Club, Reserve Swimming, Pep Band.
WILBUR BAUGHN-General-German Club,
Reserve Golf, Monitor.
CALVIN BAYLEY-General-Caduceus Club,
Spanish Club, Basketball, H.R. Pres., Pep
Session Comm., F.C.A., Jr. Prom Comm.
CINDY BECHTEL-College Preparatory-
B-Team Cheerleader, Indianettes, Future
Teachers, Caduceus Club, Latin Club,
Thespians, Speech Club, Honor Society, Jr.
Coat Check, Model U.N., I.U. Scholarship
DEBRA BEHER-General-Spanish Club,
Thespians, Dean's Asst., Jr. Coat Check,
Prom Comm., Cheerblock.
ED BELKNAP-College Preparatory-Latin
Club, Monitor, Pep Session Comm., Latin
BARBARA BELL-General-Caduceus Club,
Spanish Club, Monitor, Spanish Asst., H.S.
Oilice Asst., Cheerblock.
JOHN BENNETT-General-Art Asst., Food
PAMELA BLACK-College Preparatory-Fw
ture Teachers, Caduceus Club, Spanish
Club, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians,
Soph. Exec. Council, Honor Society, Jr.
Coat Check, Red Cross Club, H.R. Pres.,
H.S. Oflice Asst., Cheerblock.
STEVEN BLEDSOE-General-Honor So-
BOB BLOOM-General-Spanish Club, Ger-
man Club, Auclio-Visual Asst.
Choralettes, Orchestra, Future Teachers,
Future Secretaries, X-Ray Staff, Athletic
Oilice Asst., Counselor's Asst., H.R. Sec.
Treas., Jr. Prom Comm.
BRENDA BOARDS-Home Economics-
DCE Club, Pres, Latin Club, Honor Sc-
ciety, X-Ray Staff, Convo. Comm.
TIM BOICOURT-General-Band, Choral
Club, Publications Representative, Pep
JOHN BOLES-General-Lighting Crew, Re-
German Club, Student Council, Jr. Exec.
Council, Monitor, Convo. Comm.
MICHAEL BOONE-General-A-Club, Foot-
NANCY BRAMBLETT-Home Economics.
MONNA BRANDT-General-DECA, French
Club, Student Council, Library Asst., H.R.
CAROL BRATTAIN-College Preparatory-
Band, Orchestra, Future Teachers, Latin
Club, Student Council, Publication Repre-
SUSAN BRAY-General-Indianettes, Latin
Club, Dean's Asst., H.R. Vice Pres., Sec.-
Treas., Band Asst.
MARK BRINKER-College Preparatory-Gen
BELINDA BROADNAX-College Prepara-
tory-Band, French Club, La Teen Cuisine.
French Club, Thespians, Soph. Class Social
Chairman, St. Mary's.
ANNETIA BROOKS-College Preparatory-
Spanish Club, Counselor's Asst., Cheerblock.
TOBY BROOKS-General-Art Club.
Club, Spanish Club, Latin Club, Sr. Exec.
Council, Monitor, Jr. Coat Check, H.R.
Vice Pres., Reynolds Bldg. Asst.
COLLEEN BROWN-College Preparatory-
Band, DCE Club, Latin Club, Little Chief
GREG BROWN-General-Track, Reserve
CAROL BRUNDAGE-College Preparatory-
French Club, Honor Society, Counselor's
BELINDA BRYAN-General-DECA, H.S.
GLORIA BRYAN-General-DECA, Latin
DENNIS BRYANT-General-Band, H.R.
Pres., Jr. Prom Comm.
JANE BRYANT-General-Choral Club,
Swing Choir, Choralettes, French Club,
Dean's Asst., Sr. Dramatics Asst.
JUDY BUCKNER-Business-Nurse's Asst.
DAVID BUTLER-General-Latin Club,
Soph. Exec. Council, Reserve Baseball.
LARRY CAIN-General-Publication Rep.,
Football, Basketball, Monitor, F.C.A.
KATHLEEN CALABRIA-College Prepara-
tory-DECA, Future Retailers, French Club,
Jr. Exec. Council, Counseloris Asst., Red
Cross Club, Jr. Prom Comm.
coming Queen, Choral Club, Choralettes,
Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Sr. Exec. Council,
X-Ray Staff, Counselor's Asst., Jr. Coat
Check, H.R. Vice Pres.
Secretaries, X-Ray Staff, Dean's Asst.,
Cheerblock, English Oifice Asst.
VIRGINIA CAMPBELL-Business-F u t u r e
Teachers, Honor Society, X-Ray Staff, Jr.
Annual Staff, Sr., Annual Staff, Activities
Editor, Deanis Asst., Monitor, H.R. Sec.-
Treas., Vice Pres., Quill and Scroll Club,
Cheerblock, English Office Asst., Jr. Prom
Comm., Ball State Publications Workshop.
JANIFER CARR-Business-Thespians, Gym-
nastics, G.A.A., Gym Asst., Red Cross Club.
CLAUDIA CARTER-Choral Club, Swing
Choir, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Speech
Club, Student Council, Counselor's Asst.
NANCY CARWILE-General-DCE Club,
Nurses Asst., Cheerblock, Caduceus Club.
CRIS CAUDILL-General-Latin Club, Art
Club, Publication Rep., H.R. Vice Pres., Sec.,
tion Rep., Library Asst., Physics Asst.
BRUCE CHAILLE-College Preparatory-
Honor Society, Pres., Reserve Cross Country,
Reserve Basketball, St. Mary's H.S., Golf,
H.R. Pres, Pep Session Comm.
LINDA CHANCE-Business-Future Secre-
taries, Sec., Honor Society, Cheerblock,
DAVID CHAPMAN-Technical-Band, Dance
SANDRA CHISMAR-Business-Choral Club,
Choralettes, Future .Secretaries, Cheerblock.
CHERYL CHOWNING-College Prepara-
tory-Sr. Class Treas., B-Team Cheerleader,
Varsity Cheerleader, Caduceus Club, Sec.,
German Club, Pres., Latin Club, Vice Pres.,
Thespians, Student Council, Sr. Exec.
Council, Soph. Exec. Council, Honor So-
ciety, Pep Session Comm., Convocation
Comm., H.R. Pres.
TONI CLARK-General-Future Secretaries,
French Club, Cheerblock Publication Rep.
BRUCE CLEAR-College Preparatory-Swing
Choir, Spanish Club, Debate Club, Sr. Dra-
matics, Thespians, Speech Club, Student
Council, Jr, Class Pres., Purdue Legislature,
X-Ray Staff, Model U.N., Commencement
KATHERINE COBB-College Preparatory-
Choral Club, Choralettes, Orchestra, Ger-
man Club, Language Lab Asst.
SUSAN COBB-General-Deanis Asst., H.R.
MIKE COCKMAN-General-Student Coun-
cil, Jr. Exec. Council, H.R. Vice Pres.
MICHAEL CONNER-College Preparatory-
Honor Society, H.R. Pres.
Club, German Club.
DENNIS COX-General-Sr. Exec. Council,
Wrestling, Red Cross Club.
RUTH CROSE-College Preparatory-Future
Teachers, Jr. Exec. Council, Honor Society,
Monitor, Library Asst.
ROGER CROUSE-General-DCE Club.
JANET CUMMINGS-General-DCE Club,
Publication Rep., Nurses Asst., Cheerblock.
Club, Latin Club, Speech Club, Reserve
Cross Country, Basketball, Reserve Track,
JAMES DAGEFORDE-College Prepara-
tory-Band, Orchestra, German Club, Sr.
Exec. Council, Soph. Exec. Council, Honor
Society, Model U.N., Pep Session Comm.,
H.R. Pres., Boys, State.
DAVID DAVIS-Business-Future Teachers,
X-Ray Staff, Publication Rep., Reserve
Swimming, Reserve Golf.
DEBBIE DAVIS-General-Food Service,
Cheerblock, Nurses Asst., Library Asst.
HORACE DAVIS-College Preparatory-A-
Club, Football, Basketball, Track, F.C.A.,
H.R. Vice Pres., Gym Asst., Monitor.
RONALD DAVIS-General-DCE Club.
VICKI DEBOLT-General-B-Team Cheer-
leader, Choral Club, Choralettes, Future
Teachers, French Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Honor Society, Dean's Asst., H.R.
Sec., Vice Pres.
DENNY DELPH-College Preparatory-Ger-
man Club, Cross Country, Reserve Track
REVA DEVANEY-Home Economics-La
Teen Cuisine, H.R. Sec.-Treas.
JENIFER DEXTER-College Preparatory-
Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Student Council,
GAA, H.R. Vice Pres.
JERRY DICKERSON-College Preparatory-
French Club, X-Ray Staff, Publication Rep.
RICHARD DILTS-General-A-Club, Swim-
ming, Gym Asst.
CARRIE DIXON-College Preparatory-
French Club, Publication Rep.
SAM DIXON-General-Monitor, Pep Session
139518 DOERR-General-DCE Club, Latin
CYNTHIA DOWNEY-DCE Club, Latin
Club, H.R. Treas., Nurses Asst., Cheerblock.
man Club, Honor Society, Reserve Wres-
tling, Reserve Track, Language Lab Asst.,
Mo el U.N., F.C.A.
ARNELL DYE-General-A-Club, Football,
Track, Shop Asst.
TIM EBBERT-General-H.R. Pres.
BOB ELLIS-General-Future Retailers.
MICHAEL ELLIS-College Preparatory-
Club, Madrigals, Sr. Dramatics, Reserve
Cross Country, Reserve Baseball.
DIANE ELMORE-College Preparatory-
Gerrnan Club, Sec., La Teen Cuisine, Pres.,
Honor Society, Foreign Student Comm.,
Foreign Exchange Student, Germany, X-
BARBARA F ARLER-Business.
LINDA FAWLEY-General-DCE Club.
Basketball, Baseball, St. Mar 's H.S.g Lan-
guage Lab Asst., Jr. Coat Check.
JAYNE FERGUSON-College Preparatory-
Future Teachers, Caduceus Club, Spanish
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Student
Council, Jr. Annual Staif, Sr. Annual Staff,
Layout Editor, Yearbook Asst., Jr. Coat
Check, Publications Rep., H.R. Sec.-Treas.,
Cheerblock, Prom Comm., I.U. Journalism
Inst., Ball State Workshop, Quill and Scroll
Club, Counselor's Otlice Asst.
BARBARA FINLEY-General-Choral Club,
Swing Choir, Choralettes, Orchestra, Ger-
man Club, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Speech Club.
SUSAN FITE-General-Latin Club, Sr.
Exec. Council, Cheerblock, Monitor, H.R.
JERRY FLAHAVIN-General-H.R. Pres.
JAMES F LATF ORD-Business-DECA.
RHONDA FLETCHER-Business Prepara-
tory-Future Teachers, French Club, Cheer-
JO ANNE FLYNN-General-Future Teach-
ers, French Club, Gym Asst.
A-Club, Track, H.R. Pres., Shop Asst.,
JACQUE FORKNER-College Preparatory-
Band, Future Teachers, Spanish Club,
Speech Club, Honor Society, Pep Session
LEE FRANKS-College Preparatory-Cadu-
ceus Club, Latin Club, Gymnastics, Re-
serve Cross Country, Baseball, F .C.A., H.R.
RICHARD FREDERICKS-College Prepara-
tory-Caduceus Club, Reserve Cross Coun-
try, Reserve Basketball, H.R. Sec.-Treas.,
Monitor, Deanls Asst.
BARBARA FROSSARD-College Prepara-
tory-Prom Queen, B-Team Cheerleader,
Varsity Cheerleader, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Sr. Exec. Council, Honor Society,
X-Ray Stall, Jr. Class Sec., St. Mary's H.S.,
Pep Session Comm., Convocation Comm.,
Quill and Scroll Club.
RUTHIE GAITHER-General-DECA, Thes-
pians, Sr. Exec. Council, H.R. Vice Pres.,
DAVID GAMBLE-College Preparatory-
Choral Club, Latin Club, Dean's Asst.
DAVE GARNER-General-Little Chief Stall,
JEFF GARRETSON-Technical-Shop Asst.,
H.R. Vice Pres.
RICK GEER-General-Reserve Swimming,
Reserve Track, Dean's Asst., Monitor, H.R.
Vice Pres., Pres.
REGINALD GEORGE-College Prepara-
tory-Band, Drum Major, Asst., Student
Council, Pres., Jr. Exec. Council, A-Club,
Gymnastics, Convocation Comm., H.R. Pres.,
Publication Rep., Student Council Work-
BARRY GIBBONS-General-Band, Reserve
Swimming, Pep Band.
LARRY GIBSON-General-Band, Basket-
ball, Mgr., Football, Mgr.
MARY GILSON-General-Orchestra, String
quartet, String, Ensemble, Chamber Music
Payers, Cheer lock, Orchestra Asst.
CARALOU GIRTON-General-Nurseis Asst.
VIRGINIA GOSS-General-Future Teachers,
Future Secretaries, Latin Club, Sr. Dramat-
ics, Thespians, H.R. Sec.-Treas., Athletic
Office Asst., Counselor's Asst., Latin Asst.
TOM GRADDY-College Preparatory-Ca-
duceus Club, German Club, Honor Society,
X-Ray Stall, H.R. Vice Pres., Pep Session
Comm., Quill and Scroll, Jr. Coat Check.
KATHY GRAHAM-General-Orchestra, String
Ensemble, Chamber Music Players, Cheer-
block, Music Asst.
LINDA GRAVES-College Preparatory-Ca-
duceus Club, Latin Club, Library Asst., Jr.
Coat Check, Jr. Prom Comm., Typing Asst.
DEBORAH GRAY-Business-Future Secretar-
ies, German Club, Honor Society, H.S. Of-
French Club, Future Teachers, Cheerblock,
MARTIN GROFF-College Preparatory-
Spanish Club, Student Council, Jr. Exec.
Council, A-Club, Swimming.
TOM HAGGARD-General-Band, Orchestra,
Gymnastics, Track, H.R. Vice Pres., Convo-
cation Comm., Band Asst., Pep Band.
PATRICIA HALL-College Preparatory-Fm
ture Teachers, Caduceus Club, Latin Club,
Honor Society, Jr. Annual Stail, Sr. An-
nual Staif, Editor-in-Chief, Ball State, I,U.
VVorkshops, H.R. Sec.-Treas., Quill and
Scroll, Yearbook Asst.
DAVID HALSELL-Technical-Reserve Cross
Country, Reserve Tennis, Monitor, Audio
JOYCE HAMEL-General-Choral Club,
STEPHEN HARDACRE-College Prepara-
tory-Band, Orchestra, Spanish Club, Student
Council, Jr. Exec. Council, Honor Society,
Jr. Coat Check, H.R. Pres., Pep Session
Comm., Band Asst., Purdue Legislature,
Head Drum Major, Jr. Class Vice Pres.,
Dance Band, Pep Band.
NANCY HARDWICK-College Preparatory-
Future Teachers, Caduceus Club, Latin
Club, Jr. Annual Staff, Sr. Annual Stall,
Circulation Mgr., Ball State Workshop, Pub-
lication Rep., Jr. Coat Check, Nurse's Asst.,
Quill and Scroll Club.
VIVIAN HART-General-DECA, Future
Retailers, Student Council, Counselor's
Asst., H.R. Sec.-Treas., DECA State Sec.
ERIC HEFLIN-General-Caduceus Club,
Art Club, Jr. Exec. Council, Soph. Exec.
Council, Reserve Cross Country, Reserve
Wrestling, Monitor, H.R. Pres.
ANITA HIGHWOOD-General-Band, Cho-
ral Club, Madrigals, German Club, Speech
Club, Honor Society, H.R. Treasurer, Band
MIKE HILEMAN-General-DCE Club,
Varsity Tennis Team, Varsity Golf Team.
RODNEY HILLIARD-General-A-Club, Re-
serve Baseball, Varsity Baseball.
SALLY HILLSAMER-General-Car Check
Queen, Choral Club, Librarian, Madrigals,
Latin Club, Jr. Exec. Council, H.R. Presi-
dent Pep Session Comm.
KEITH HINTON-General-Band, Choral
Club, Maclrigals, Mgr., Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Speech Club, Little Chief Staff,
Monitor, Quill and Scroll.
GARY HINZ-College Preparatory-DCE
LINDA HODSON-General-Future Tench-
ers, French Club, Latin Club, Monitor, H.R.
Sec-Treas, Nurses Asst.
Orchestra, Spanish Club, Honor Society,
H.R. Vice-Pres., Band Asst., Dance Band,
KATHY HOFFMAN-General-French Club,
Latin Club, X-Ray Stall, Quill and Scroll,
English Asst., Cheerblock.
Exec. Council, A-Club, Gymnastics Team,
Monitor, H.R. Vice Pres. and Pres.
TIM HOLBERT-General-A-Club, Reserve
Cross Country, Varsity Track Team Mgr.
JANA HOOD-General-Choralettes, Treas.,
Future Teachers, Future Secretaries, Span-
ish Club, Latin Club, Deans Asst., Cheer-
SUSAN HOREVAY-College Preparatory-
Band, Future Teachers, Spanish Club, Stu-
dent Council, Cheerblock.
SHARON HOWARD-General-LA Teen
RANDALL HUDSON-General-La Teen
Crusine, Publicity Chairman.
BRENDA HUGHES-General DCE Club,
Athletic Office Asst., Deans Asst., C.O.E.
Club, Pres., Cheerblock.
ORIS HUGHES-General-Gym Asst., H.R.
VICKIE HUGHES-Business Secretarial-
Choralettes, Future Secretaries, Sr. Exec.
Council, Athletic OHice Asst., H.R. Vice
Pres., Cheerblock, Pres, C.O.E. Club.
PAM HULSE-Business-H.R. Sec., Nurse's
H.R. Vice Pres.
JACK HUNTER-General-DECA, Future
Retailers, Audio Visual Asst.
VERLINE HYATT-General-Art Club.
MONTE ICE-College Preparatory-Spanish
Club, Latin Club, Honor Society, Language
Lab. Asst., H.R. Pres., Boys' State Alternate.
THOMAS INHOLT-General-Reserve Swim-
ming, Print Shop Asst.
DAVERNA JACKSON-General-Band, Lat-
in Club, Student Council, Band Asst.
JILL JACKSON-General-Choral Club,
Madrigals, Future Teachers, Gemian Club,
Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Student Council,
Jr. Exec. Council, Honor Society, H.R. Sec.,
Cheerblock, Prom Comm., Publication Rep.,
Soph. Exec. Council.
LARRY JOE JAMES-General.
LARRY JAMES-General-Band, Monitor,
RODNEY JARVIS-College Preparatory-
Senior Class Pres., Latin Club, Sr. Dramat-
ics, Speech Club, Student Council, Sr. Exec.
Council, Soph. Exec. Council, Sr. Annual
Staff, A-Club, Reserve Cross Country,
Wrestling, Baseball, Dean's Asst., H.R.
Pres., Convocation Comm., Purdue Legisla-
ture, Model U.N., F.C.A., Commencement
GARY JENKINS-College Preparatory.
MAMIE JENNINGS-Business-Future Sec-
retaries, Caduceus Club, Publication Rep.,
AL JOHNSON-General-Band, Orchestra,
String Ensemble, Chamber Music Players,
X-Ray Staff, A-Club, Football, Publication
Rep., Track, Gym Asst., Library Asst.,
BETTY JOHNSON-Business-Honor Society,
CAROLYN JOHNSON-General-Future Sec-
retaries, French Club, H.R. Vice Pres.,
Dean's Asst. English OiBce Asst.
gluli Little Chief Staff, Dean's Asst. Cheer-
JIM JOHNSON-General-A-Club, Cross
MIKE JOHNSTON-General-H.R. Vice Pres.
RIKI JOHNSON-General-Band, Choral
Club, Swing Choir, Dance Band.
GLORIA JONES-College Preparatory-Band,
Future Teachers, Caduceus Club, Latin Club,
Student Council, Honor Society, Monitor.
STEVE JONES-General-DECA, Art Club,
JUDY KEEL-General-Jr. Exec. Council,
Sr. Exec. Council, Latin Club, Thespians,
Sr. Dramatics, H.R. Vice Pres., Publication
Rep., DECA, Science Asst.
SHARON KENDAL-Home Economics.
JACK KING-General-A-Club, Cross Coun-
try, Reserve Basketball, Reserve Track,
Dean's Asst., H.R. Vice Pres., F.C.A.
PAULA KING-General-Future Secretaries,
Counselor's Asst., H.R. Sec.-Treas.
block, French Club, Library Asst.
STEVE KNAPP-Technical-Football, Re-
BOB KNOTTS-General-Band, Orchestra,
A-Club, Gymnastics, Reserve Cross Coun-
try, F.C.A., H.R. Vice Pres., Band Asst.
TERESA KNUCKLES-General-Latin Club,
DANNY KUHN-General-Art Club, Swim-
MARTHA KURTZ-Business-Future Secre-
taries, Dean's Asst., H.R. Sec., Pres., C.O.E.
Club, Treas., Cheerblock.
ANTHONY LAKAS-General-DCE Club,
Reserve Cross Country, Reserve Track, Art
TOM LANE-College Preparatory-Latin
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Speech
Club, Audio Visual Asst., H.R. Vice Pres.
LOIS LARKIN-Business-Future Retailers,
Gym Asst., Library Asst.
KAREN LARSON-College Preparatory-
French Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians,
Student Council, Honor Society, Foreign
Student Comm., X-Ray Staff, Co. Editor,
Publication Workshop, H.R. Treas., Quill
and Scroll, Foreign Exchange Student
Host, H.S. Otlice Asst.
DENIS LAUGHLIN-General-Spanish Club,
Student Council, Reserve Golf, Soph. Class
Pres. St. Mary's H.S.
PAUL LAVELLE-College Preparatory.
BEVERLY LAWSON-General-Gym Asst.,
ANITA LEE-College Preparatory-Caduce-
us Club, German Club, Latin Club, Stu-
dent Council, Honor Society, Deanis Asst.,
Model U.N., Girls' State.
RANDALL LEE-College Preparatory-
Spanish Club, Honor Society, H.R. Vice
CHARLES LEMAY-General-H.A. Vice Pres.
LINDA LEMON-General-Student Council,
Soph. Exec. Council, Counseling OfRce
lgsst., Library Asst., Red Cross Club, H.R.
FRED LIBLER-Technical-A-Club, Gym-
nastics, Lighting Crew.
KATHY LOUCKS-College Preparatory-Ca-
duceus Club, Latin Club, Thespians, Stu-
dent Council, Honor Society X-Ray Stall,
Publications Workshop, Publications Rep.,
H.R. Vice Pres., Pep Session Com.,
Model U.N., Cheerblock.
PAULA LUETGENAU-General-Art Club,
Deans Asst., at St. Joseph's Academy,
House Council, Choral Club.
JAMES LUMBIS-General-Library Asst.
CAROLYN MADARA-College Preparatory-
Caduceus Club, Spanish Club, Thespians,
Jr. Exec. Council, Language Lab Asst., Li-
brary Asst., Jr. Coat Check, H.R. Pres.
LINDA MAGERS-General-Future Teach-
ers, La Teen Cuisine, Sr. Dramatics, X-Ray
Stall, H.R. Vice Pres.
PAULA MAGGARD-General-French Club,
X-Ray, Assistant Editor in Chief, Quill and
Scroll, Newsvvriting Asst.
from Highland, Art Club, Football, Reserve
Football, Reserve Track Team, Gym Asst.,
H.R. Vice Pres., Metal Shop Asst.
LARRY MANSHIP-General-Band, German
Club, Honor Society, Publications Rep., A-
Club, Gymnastics Team, Track, Deans
Asst., Monitor, Pep Session Comm., Con-
vocation Comm., Band Asst., Fellowship
Christian Ath., Physics Lab Asst.
LINDA MANUEL-General-Library Asst.,
H.R. Sec.-Treas., Cheerblock.
MICHAEL MARSH-College Preparatory-
German Club, Latin Club, Monitor.
MARK MARSHALL-General-A-Club, Foot-
Club, French Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Student Council, Sr. Exec. Council,
A-Club, F ootball, Tennis, Audio Visual, Jr.
Coat Check, H.R. Vice Pres. and Treas.,
Fellowship Christian Ath., Sr. Class Vice
CLYDE MAXWELL-General-Reserve Foot-
RICHARD MAY-General-Reserve Football.
STEVE MEEK-College Preparatory-Stu-
dent Council, Reserve Cross Country, Base-
ball, Reserve Golf, Reserve Basketball.
CHRIS MELSON-General-DECA, Cadu-
ceus Club, French Club, Art Club, Sr.
Exec. Council, Little Chief Staff, Swimming,
Prom Comm., Ball State Art Workshop.
STEVE MERRITT-General-X-Ray Staff,
ALAN LEWIS MILES-General.
ANITA MILLS-General-Future Teachers,
Latin Club, Little Chief Staff, Counselor's
CAROL MILLSPAUCH-Business-Jr. An-
nual Staff, Sr. Annual Staff, Index Editor,
Ball State Workshop, Monitor, Library Asst.,
Quill and Scroll Club.
GARY MIRACLE-General-X-Ray Staff.
SUSAN MITCHELL-General-Choral Club,
Swing Choir, Choralettes, Orchestra, String
Quartet, String Ensemble Chamber Music
Players, X-Ray Stall, Quill and Scroll, I.U.
MYRA MOORE-General-Monitor, Library
Asst., H.R. Vice Pres., Sec.
LOU ANN MORELAND-General-DECA,
CATHY MURDOCK-Business-DECA, Fu-
ture Retailers, Future Secretaries, Vice
STEVE MUSTIN-General-Caduceus Club,
Sr. Dramatics, Art Club, Thespians, Soph.
Exec Council, A-Club, Vice Pres., Cross
Country, Golf, Swimming, Monitor, Jr.
Coat Check, H.R. Vice Pres., Pres., F.C.A.,
D E N N I S MQCAMMON-General-DECA,
Future Retailers, Audio Visual Asst.
KATHY McCORD-Business-Honor Society,
Dean's Asst., Cheerblock.
PAUL MCCOY-General-Football, H.R. Pres.,
ROSEANNA M c C O Y-General-Cheerblock,
Food Service Asst.
PAULINE MCGUINESS-General-Art Club,
Student Council, Soph. Class Sec.-St.
KATHLEEN MCHENRY-College Prepara-
tory-Choral Club, Madrigals, Caduceus
Club, Sec., Spanish Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Soph. Exec. Council, Honor So-
ciety, Little Chief Staff Dean's Asst., Li-
brary Asst., Dance Band Vocalist.
MIKE MCKINLEY-Technical-DCE, Student
Council, Jr. Exec. Council.
TONI McKINSEY-Home Economics-La
DONNA MCKNIGHT-General-Dean's Asst.,
BETSY MCNABNEY-College Preparatory-
Prom Attendant, Homecoming Queen At-
tendant, Band, Future Teachers, German
Club, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians,
Sec., Vice Pres., Student Council, Sr. Exec.
Council, Honor Society, Deanys Asst., H.R.
Sec.-Treas., Pep Session Comm, Jr. Class
Sec., Homecoming Queen.
BETH NEWBERRY-General-choral Club,
Swing Choir, Future Teachers, German
Club, Honor Society, Publication Rep.,
Girls' State, Commencement Speaker.
DEBORAH NEWBY-General-Band, Cho-
ralettes, Orchestra, Future Teachers, His-
torian, Spanish Club, Art Club, Little Chief
Staff, Publication Rep., Convocation Comm.,
French Club, Monitor, H.R. Sec.-Treas.,
Pep Session Comm., Band Asst.
JACKIE N EWSOM-General.
JANICE NIEHAUS-College Preparatory-
Band, Indianettes, Caduceus Club, Latin
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Student
Council, Honor Society, Jr. Annual Staff,
Sr. Annual Staff, Managing Editor, Jr. Coat
Check, H.R. Pres., Pep Session Comm.,
Convocation Comm., Quill and Scroll,
Prom Queen Attendant, Cheerblock, Prom
Comm., Red Cross Club.
STEVE NOLAND-General-Band, Future
Teachers, Monitor, Language Lab Asst., Jr.
Coat Check, H.R. Vice Pres., Sec., Band
LINDA NORRIS-College Preparatory-
Choral Club, Choralettes, Sec., Future
Teachers, Spanish Club, Little Chief Staff,
Counselor's Asst., Cheerblock,
ANGIE NORROD-General-DCE Club,
Print Shop Asst.
Club, Spanish Club, Thespians, Jr. Annual
Staff, Sr. Annual Staff-Faculty Editor, Ath-
letic Oflice Asst. Jr. Coat Check, Red Cross
Club, H.R. Pres., Vice Pres., Prom Comm.,
Swim Meet Asst.
PEGGY O'BRIEN-Business-Future Secre-
taries, Publication Rep., H.R. Sec.-Treas.,
PAMELA OLIVER-Home Economics.
LINDA O,NEAL-Home Economics.
JIM ORICK-General-DCE Club, Audio
JOHN ORMAN-General-Dean's Asst.
IXARYN ORTH-General-Art Club, Nurses
MARY JA OSBORNE-General-Spanish
Club, Student Council, G.A.A., Gym Asst.,
Jr. Coat Check.
CHERYL PALMER-General-Band, Orches-
tra, Future Teachers, Latin Club, Sr. Exec.
Council, Jr. Exec. Council, Little Chief
Staff, Jr. Coat Check, H.R. Treas., Band
Asst., Band Librarian, Prom Comm.
DON PARKER Business-Choral Club, Fu-
MICHAEL PARKS-College Preparatory-
Swing Choir, Spanish Club, Sr. Dramatics,
MICHELE PARKS-College Preparato -
Choralettes, Future Teachers, German Clilb,
Latin Club, Student Council.
MARY PASCHAL-College Preparatory-
Choral Club, Treas, Madrigals, Choralettes,
Vice-Pres., Latin Club, Jr. Exec, Council
Honor Society, Treas., H.R. Vice Pres., and
ROBERT PATTERSON-College Prepara-
Monitor, Pep Session Comm., Band Asst.,
GERALD PEARSON-College Preparator -
Choral Club, Swing Choir, German Club,
MARGARET PEEK-Business-C.O.E. Club.
MARCIA PENCE-General-Latin Club.
ARTHUR PEPELEA-General-Sr. Drama-
tics, A-Club, F.C.A., Track, Baseball, Bas-
Soph. Exec. Council, X-Ray Staff, Publi-
cations Workshop, Reserve Cross Country,
grack Team, Monitor, Jr. Coat Check, H.R.
CHARLES PETERS-General-A-Club, Cross
Country, Track Team, F .C.A.
LINDA PEYTON-College Preparatory-Ca-
duceus Club, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Student Council, Honor Society,
X-Ray Staff, Editor in Chief, Jr. Annual
Staff, Publications Workshop, G.A.A., Coun-
selors Asst., H.R. Pres. and Treas., Model
U.N., Quill and Scroll, Journalism Asst.,
Cheerblock, Prom Comm.
MARK PHELPS-College Preparatory-Jr.
Coat Check, Band.
CHARLES PHILLIPS-General-DCE Club,
Monitor, Convocation Comm.
TIM PHILLIPS-College Preparatory-Band,
Choral Club, Swing Choir, Orchestra, Span-
DONNA PINYON-General-DCE Club,
Deanys Asst., Library Asst.
CAROLE PISTOLE-College Preparatory-
Future Teachers, Latin Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Student Council, Sr. Exec.
Council, Honor Society, Foreign Student
Comm., Jr. Coat Check, Pep Session Comm.
Club, German Club.
JAN POLHEMUS-General-Band, DCE
Club, Orchestra, Caduceus Club, French
Club, Honor Society, Little Chief Staff, H.S.
Oihce Asst., H.R. Sec.-Treas., Band Asst.
CONNIE PORTER-General-Latin Club.
DEBBIE PORTER-General-Latin Club,
JOHN PORTER-General-Latin Club, Ir.
Coat Check, Latin Asst., Prom Corrun.
RICK POWER-General-Sr. Exec. Council,
Staff, Ir. Annual Staff, Sr. Annual Sta ,
Photographer, I.U. Publication Workshop.
Club, Spanish Club, Debate Club, Sr. Dra-
matics, Thespians, Speech Club, X-Ray
Staif, Reserve Swimming, Reserve Tennis.
STEVE PRISER-General-Band, Orchestra,
Reserve Swimming, Monitor.
PAT QUALLS-General-C.O.E. Club, Cheer-
block, Nurse's Asst.
TOM RANKIN-General-A-Club, Pres.,
Football, Wrestling, Baseball, F .C.A.
DONALD RAVAGE-College Preparatory-
Cross Country, Reserve Basketball, Re-
serve Baseball, at St. Mary's H.S., H.R. Pres.
LINDA RAY-General-La Teen Cuisine,
JUDITH REDICK-College Prelparatory-
DECA, Choral Club, Future Teac ers, Ca-
duceus Club, Spanish Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Honor Society, Little Chief Staff,
G.A.A., H.R. Vice Pres.
MIKE REED-General-Future Teachers, Ca-
duceus Club, Debate Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Speech Club, X-Ray Stall, Pub-
lication Rep., Dean's Asst., H.R. Vice Pres.
PAT REED-Business-La Teen Cuisine, X-
Ray Staff, Cheerblock.
BOB REES-Technical-Audio Visual Asst.
LINDA REGO-Business-DECA, Future
Teachers, Future Retailers, H.R. Sec.,
Cheerblock. Reynold Bldg, Asst.
Pres., Future Teachers, Future Retailers,
Future Secretaries, Thespians, Student
Council, Pubication Relp., Dearfs Asst., H.R.
Vice Pres., Cheerbloc Sec.
ROBERT REIFEL-College Preparatory-
Gennan Club, Cross Country, Track.
BECKY REISH-College Preparatory-Cho-
ral Club, Swing Choir, Choralettes Future
Teachers, Caduceus Club, French Club,
PAT REMLEY-Business-DECA, Future
Secretaries, H.R. Sec., Cheerblock.
SARAH RICE-General-La Teen Cuisine,
lI3.f'XIiRA RICH-General-Library Asst., Cheer-
REX RICHARDS-General-Soph. Exec.
Council, X-Ray Stalf, Ir. Annual Staff, Sr.
Annual Staff, Business Mgr., Publication
Workshop, Ball State, A-Club, Wrestling
Football, Reserve Baseball, H.R. Pres., Pur-
due Legislature, F.C.A., Commencement
ANN RICHARDSON-General-Ir. Exec.
Council, Ir. Annual Staif, Sr. Annual staff,
Underclass Editor, Publication Workshop,
Ball State, Prom Comm.
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Treas., Sr.
Exec. Council, Foreign Student Comm.,
Foreign Exchange Student, Denmark, X-
Ray Staff, Jr. Annual Staff, Sr. Annual Staff,
Academic Editor, Copy Editor, Publication
Workshop, Ball State, Model U.N., Quill
and Scroll, Cheerblock, Jr. Coat Check,
IUDY RIDDLE-Business-Future Secretar-
ies, La Teen Cuisine.
RICHARD RIFFE-College Preparator -
Cross Country, Reserve Basketball, Baseball,
VICKY RIGDON-General-Future Secretar-
ies, C.O.E., Library Asst.
MIKE RILEY-General-Track, Football, A-
PAULA RINGHAM-College Preparatory-
Band, Future Teachers, Treas., Latin Club,
Honor Society, Little Chief Staff, Gym Asst.,
H.R., Sec.-Treas., Pep Band National Merit
Commended Scholar, Mixed Chorus.
GAY ROBBINS-General-Future Secretaries,
X-Ray Staff, Publication Representative,
Nurses Asst., Quill and Scroll Club, Cheer-
block, C.O.E. Club.
GREGORY ROBBINS-College Preparatory-
gaduceus Club, Latin Club, Reserve Swim
TIM ROBBS-College Preparatory.
DENNIS ROBERSON-General-Band, Or-
chestra, Band Asst., Pep Band.
STEPHEN ROBINETT-College Prepara-
tory-Band, Orchestra, Band Asst., Pep Band,
Dance Band Manager.
KAREN ROBINSON-General-Latin Club,
Art Club, Cheerblock, G.A.A., Latin Asst.,
Asst., Cheerblock, Administration Ofiice
EDWVARD ROEMER-General-DCE Club.
IANET ROETTINGER-General-Band, Fu-
ture Secretaries, Latin Club, jr, Executive
Council, X-Ray Staff, Publication Repre-
sentative, Deans Asst., Ir. Coat Check, Con-
vocation Comm., Quill and Scroll, Prom
DIANE ROLFS-General-Band, Indianettes,
Future Secretaries, Student Council, X-Ray
Staff, Band Asst.
FLORENCE ROLLINS-College Prepara-
tory-Orchestra, Future Teachers, Spanish
Club, Debate Club, German Club, Student
Council, Girls Athletic Team, Language
Lab Asst., H.R. Pres., Model U.N., Cheer-
block, Spanish Asst.
BARBARA ROOP-College Preparatory-
French Club, Oflice Asst., Cheerblock.
CHE RIE RO UDEBUSH-General-Future
Teachers, Thespians, X-Ray Staff, Business
Mgr., H.R. Sec.-Treas., Nurse's Asst., Latin
JANE ROUSH-General-Band, Head Indian-
ette, Spanish Club, Art Club, Band Asst.,
retaries, Deans Asst., Library Asst.
Orchestra, Latin Club, Library Asst.
VALLIA SAUL-General-Art Club.
SUSAN SCHRIVER-General-Library Asst.,
BABARA JEAN SCOTT-General-Cheer
BARBARA MARIE SCOTT-College Prepara-
tory-Future Teachers, French Club, Stu-
dent Council, X-Ray Staff, Cheerblock.
DEBRA SCOTT-Business-Future Secretar-
ies, Cheerblock, H.R. Vice Pres., Pres.,
NANCY SCOTT-General-D.C.E., Future
Retailers, German Club, Sr. Exec. Council,
Jr. Exec. Council, Reynolds Bldg. Asst.
STACY SCOTT-College Preparatory-Future
Teachers, Caduceus Club, Latin Club.
DOUG SEACAT-General-Art Club, Little
ALLIE SELEYMAN-General-D.C.E. Club.
DAVID SEWALL-General-Publication Rep.
DAVID SEWELL-General-Caduceus Club,
Sr. Dramatics, Student Council, Soph. Exec.
Council, Jr. Annual Staff, Sr. Annual Staff,
Advertising Mgr., Publication Workshop,
Ball State, A-Club, Football, Reserve
Swimming, Baseball, Reserve Golf, H.R.
Pres., F.C.A., Quill and Scroll Club.
PAMELA SHANNON-General-Jr. Annual
Staff, Sr. Annual Staff, Oftice Mgr., Library
Asst., Quill And Scroll Club, French Club.
RICHARD SHARPE-College Preparatory-
WILLIAM SHEARER-General-Latin Club,
Jr. Annual Staff, Sr. Annual Staif, Sports
Editor, A-Club, Swimming.
tics, Monitor, H.R. Pres.
STEVE SHIPLEY-General-Football, A-
Club, Track, Dean's Asst., Audio Visual
Asst., H.R. Vice Pres., Treas., F.C.A.
DAVID SIMPSON-College Preparatory-
Band, Latin Club.
RITA SKAGGS-General-Dean's Asst., Moni-
CRAIG SKOUDEN-General-DECA, Re-
corder, La Teen Cuisine.
SCOTT SLICK-College Preparatory-Art
Club, Jr. Exec. Council, Soph. Exec. Coun-
cil, Monitor, H.R. Pres.
ANITA SMITH-College Preparatory-Future
Teachers, German Club, Latin Club, Stu-
dent Council, Honor Society, Cheerblock.
CAROL SMITH-College Preparatory-Fw
ture Teachers, French Club, X-Ray Staff,
Language Lab. Asst., Red Cross Club, H.R.
DIANA SMITH-General-Cheerblock, Fu-
GREG SMITH-College Preparatory-Band,
German Club, Honor Society, H.R. Pres.,
VicedPres.g Model U.N., Dance Band, Pep
MOLLIE SMITH-General-Future Teachers,
Cacluceus Club, French Club, Sr. Dramatics,
Thespians, Student Council, Sr. Exec. Coun-
cil, Soph. Exec. Council, gr. Annual Staff,
Sr. Annual Staff, Senior E itor, Publication
Workshop, Ball State, H.R. Pres., Vice Pres.,
Convocation Comm., Quill and Scroll Club,
RICHARD SMITH-College Preparatory.
ish Club, Honor Society, Reserve Basket-
VETA SNIDER-General-Spanish Club,
Publication Rep., Bookstore Asst., Dean's
Asst., Gym Asst. Cheerblock.
WILLIAM SNYDER-College Preparatory-
gl-HARLES SODEN-General-A-Club, Base-
MARY SOKOI..-D.C.E. Club, Latin Club,
Prom Comm., Red Cross Club.
SUSAN SOKOL-College Preparatory-Sr.
Dramatics, Thespians, Sr. Exec. Council, Jr.
Exec. Council G.A.A., Gym Asst., B-Team
Cheerleader Cheerblock, at St. Mary's H.S.
CARLETTA SONEFF-General-Future Sec-
retaries, Art Club, Little Chief Staff, Li-
RICK SPRAGUE-General-S anish Club, A-
Club, Cross Country, Baselgall.
JERRI STANESU-General-Future Teach-
ers, Future Secretaries, Student Council, Jr.
Exec. Council, Soph. Exec. Council, Publi-
cation Rep., Monitor, H.R. Pres., Cheer-
iecretaries, H.R. Sec.-Treas., Mimeograph
Latin Club, Future Secretaries, Sr. Exec.
Council, Honor Society, Dean,s Asst. Cheer-
DAWN STITH-Business-Student Council,
Dean's Asst., Councelor's Asst., Monitor.
RITA STOKER-Business-DECA, Councel-
or's Asst., Cheerblock.
POLLY STONE-General-Indianettes, Latin
Club, Latin Asst., H.R. Sec.-Treas.
TWILA STOUT-Home Economics.
MEADOW SWAIN-General-Band, Latin
Club, Student Council, Band Asst.
DAVE SWANSON-General-Football, Base-
Cross Country, Gym Asst., H.R. Treas.
LEATHA TAYLOR-College Preparatory-
Yearbook Queen, Choral Cub, Choralettes,
French Club, Vice Pres., Sr. Dramatics,
Thesiiians, Honor Society, Monitor, Jr. Coat
Chec , H.R. Pres., H.S. Office Asst., Cheer-
block, Prom Comm.
MARYANN TAYLOR-General-French Club,
PAUL TEAGUE-Technical-Band, H.R. Vice
Pres., Production Design Asst.
JACK TEGGE-General-Art Club, Publica-
tion Rep., Swimming.
MIKE THOBEN-College Preparatory-Mom
itor, H.R. Pres.
PHIL TOOLEY-General-Gymnastics, A-
Club, Audio Visual Asst.
LINDA TRINKLE-General-Future Secre-
taries, French Club, Library Asst., English
Club, German Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, Student Council, Foreign Student
Comm., Jr. Coat Check, H.R. Vice Pres.,
Pep Session Comm., Prom Comm.
JERRY VANDYKE-General-Choral Club,
Vice Pres., Madrigals, Sr. Dramatics, Thes-
pians, X-Ray Staff, Jr. Annual Staff, Sr. An-
nual Staff, Advertising Mgr., Publication
Workshop, Ball State, Jr. Coat Check, H.R.
Pres., Vice Pres., Quill And Scroll.
MARY VANMETER-General-Latin Club,
Library Asst., H.R. Sec., Cheerblock.
Future Retailers, Art Club, Library Asst.,
Model U.N., Cheerblock.
JOHN WADE-Technical-Audio Visual Asst.
IO ALICE WALKER-College Pregaratory-
Band Orchestra, French Cub, T espians,
fr. Exec. Council, Soph. Exec. Council, Pub-
ication Rep., Ir. Coat Check, H.R. Pres.,
Band Asst., Purdue Legislature, Model U.N.,
Ir. Class Treas., Prom Comm., Band Pub-
BECKY WALTERS-General-La Teen Cui-
Club, Monitor, Thespians, Concert Choir,
CHERYL WATSON-General-Band, Asst.
Head Indianette, H.R. Vice Pres., Band
Asst., Prom Comm.
MARY WATSON-General-Future Teachers,
Spanish Club, Art Club, Little Chief Staif,
Monitor, Library Asst., Cheerblock.
CAROL WAY-General-Future Secretaries,
Thespians, Speech Club, Library Asst.,
CAROL WEAN-College Preparatory-D.C.E.
Club, Choral Club, Choralettes, Caduceus
Club, German Club, X-Ray Staff, jr. Coat
URSULA WEIBEL-General-AFS Foreign
Exchange Student, Switzerland, Sr. Dramat-
ics, Thespians, Student Council, Convoca-
tion Comm., French Club.
SHELDON WEST-College Preparatory-
Honor Society, Caduceus Club.
SHERRY WEST-General-Indianettes, Cho-
ral Club, Choralettes, Future Teachers, Ca-
duceus Club, Debate Club, Latin Club,
Thespians, Speech Club, Publication Rep.,
Model U.N., Band Asst.
PAMELA WESTON-General-D.C.E. Club,
Sec., Caduceus Club, Student Council,
VICKI WHETSEL-General-Art Club.
MELINDA WHITE-General-Choral Club,
Sec., Madrigals, Caduceus Club, German
Club, Sr. Dramatics, Thespians, Sec.,
Honor Society, Ir. Coat Check, H.R. Sec.g
Model U.N., Prom Co-Chairman.
JOHN WILHITE-General-Arr Club, Little
Chief Staif, Gymnastics, Swimming, Tennis,
KATHY WILHOITE-General-D.C.E. Club.
GREGORY WILLIAMS-College Prepara-
tory-Audio Visual Asst.
ANITA WILSON-Business-DECA, Lan-
guage Lab Asst.
DAVID WINE-General-Band, Choral Club,
Pres., Swing Choir, Mgr., X-Ray Staff,
Model U.N., Quill And Scroll, Monitor.
JUNE WINNINGHAM-General-La Teen
RONNA WISNER-General-Indianettes, Lat-
in Club, Library Asst., Band Asst.
MARY ANN WOOD-College Preparatory-
Future Teachers, French Club, Student
Council, Honor Society.
MIKE WOOLARD-General-D.C.E. Club.
TIM VVOOLBERT-College Preparatory-
Caduceus Club, Latin Club, DECA, Monitor
Soph. Exec. Council, H.R. Pres., Vice Pres
DEBORAH WRIGHT-General-French Club
RAY ZINK-General-Reserve Cross Country
Reserve Basketball, Monitor, Baseball.
CHERYL ZORABEDIAN-College Prepara-
Ackenhusen, Mr. Robert
Amos, Mrs. Sandra 91
Austin, Mrs. Marjorie 4, 91
Ballentine, Mr. VVilliam 91
Balsley, Mr. Richard 91
Barnes, Mrs. Linda 91
Barnett, Mr. Donald 72,
Barnhart, Mr. Larry 36,
61, 91, 98
Barrow, Mr. David 91
Beigh, Mr. Max 91
Belangee, Mr. Robert 91
Bowen, Mr. Donald 5, 91
Brandon, Mr. Don 80, 91
Bridges, Mrs. Maxine 41,
Browne, Mr. Mark 91
Burnett, Mr. Howard 91
Byrd, Mrs. Lois 92
Carroll, Miss Marilyn 92
Carter, Mr. James 92
Chadbourne, Mr. Horace
Clark, Mrs. Kay 92
Covher, Mrs. Margaret 92
Cronk, Mr. Howard 92
Cummings, Mr. Charles 92
Davis, Mr. George 5, 92
Abel, Mary Beth 40, 58,
59, 64, 65, 99, 100
Achor, Melody 46, 57, 120,
Adams, Diana 129
Adams, Diane 46, 120
Adams, Gary 75, 76, 80,
Adams, James 120
Adams, Mike 39, 62, 100
Adams, Mike 120
Adams, Rick 57, 61, 120
Adams, Steve 120
Adams, Terry 84, 129
A ee, Ranse 120
AEE, Mark 63, 100
Akers, Jana 120
Alberts, Candace 65, 100
Albrecht, Kay 129
Aldred, Tom 73, 81
Aldridge, Bill 120
Alexander, Jim 129
Alexander, Kathy 120
Alexander, Mike 38, 100
Alexander, Rusty 100
Alford, Darlene 65, 100
Alfrey, Connie 120
Alfrey, Judy 120
Alfrey, Monte 100
Allen, Anna 120
Allen, Charlene 129
Allen, Curtis 120
Allen, Curtis 129
Allen, John 129
Allen, Karen 38, 56, 120
Allen, Larry 129
Allen, Terry 63, 100
Allman, John 129
Alt, Cindy 40, 46, 58, 129
Amrine, Susan 64, 100
Ancil, Ronald 78, 100
Ancil, Terry 100
Ancgegson, Becky 38, 57,
Davis, Mr. Phil 92
Denny, Mr. Charles 92
Devitt, Mrs. Melanie 63,
Dietzer, Mr. Donel 62, 92
Douglass, Mr. Noel 89
Dye, Mr. Joseph 92
East, Mr. David 49, 73,
Estes, Mr. Ray 82, 92
Finney, Mr. John 92
Freeman, Mr. Robert 74,
Funk, Mrs. Jo 64, 92
Garrity, Mrs. Frances 92
Grahame, Mrs. Evelyn 92
Granger, Mr. Don 76
Harrell, Miss Helen 27, 64,
Hays, Mr. Donald 93
Heare, Mr. Robert 93
Helfrich, Mr. Byron 93
Higman, Miss Alice 93
Hilligoss, Mr. Wendell 93
Hoffman, Mr. Donald 93
Howard, Mrs. Lorna 93
Howe, Mrs. Paula 93
Howell, Mrs. Judy 93
Huggins, Mrs. Patricia 93
Anderson, Carolyn 129
Anderson, Doris 129
Anderson, Doug 129
Anderson, Jan 46, 47, 61,
Anderson, Maurice 100
Anderson, Patricia 100
Anderson, Paula 129
Anderson, Rod 38, 39, 41,
Anderson, Sally 129
Anderson, Selene 129
Anderson, Steve 76, 120
Anthony, Jim 120
Archey, Darrell 73, 129
Archey, Herb 80, 129
Archey, Steven 49, 78, 100
Armstrong, Joanne 120
Armstrong, Larry 100
Armstrong, Mike 78, 85
Armstrong, Marsha 100
Armstrong, Mike 49, 120
Armstrong, Shirley 40, 56,
Arnold, Jane 129
Amold, Steve 40, 119, 120,
Ashbum, Brad 129
Austin, Charles 58, 119,
Austin, Mike 77, 120
Austin, Tom 58, 120
Aynes, Brenda 38, 120
Aynes, Lowell 129
Babb, Reah 129
Bagienski, Frank 74, 81,
Ba 'enski, Pam 120
BaB-ley, Alberta 120
Baird, Debbie 120
Bais, Dan 129
Baker, Becky 38, 129
Baker, Mark 100
Huntzinger, Mr. Jesse 93
Hurley, Mrs. Virginia 91,
Johnson, Miss Eileen 93,
Johnson, Mr. Keith 93
Jones, Mr. Alvin 93
Kaman, Mr. Dennis 93
King, Mr. Patrick 80, 93
Kitterman, Mrs. Mary 93
Lee, Mr. George 93
Lee, Mr. Lowell 93
Leonard, Mrs. Rebecca 60,
Lindstrom, Miss Virginia
Long, Miss Lois 93
Longnaker, Mr. John 93
Lyon, Mr. Herbert 93
McFarland, Mrs. Mary 93
McGoon, Mr. Harry 59, 93
McHenry, Mrs. Martha 56,
Macy, Mr. Jack 62, 94
Maddox, Mr. Thomas 94
Maine, Mrs. Vivian 61, 94
Martin, Mrs. Deloris 94
Middleton, Mr. David 94
Miller, Mr. Michael 60, 94
Baker, Pam 120
Baker, Penny 120, 156
Baker, Sharon 100
Baker, Shirley 100
Bald, Diane 120
Baldwin, Anne 58, 59, 61,
Baldwin, Julie 40, 56, 120
Bales, Bill 120
Bales, Gary 65, 120
Bales, Mike 38, 39, 61, 120
Ball, Danny 120
Balsey, Jim 57, 73, 81, 120
Balsey,Scott 46, 47, 100
Barkdull, Shelia 120
Barker, Elaine 40, 57, 61,
Barkhimer, Cheri 100
Barnett, Ann 37, 38, -11,
52, 119. 120, 145
Barnett, Don 41, 49, 72,
78, 82, 84, 100, 145
Barnett, Jean 43, 65, 120
Barnett, Tom 65, 129
Barnett, Tony 76
Barr, Gary 46, 74, 120
Barr, Shannon 129
Barrett, Betty 129
Barrett, Doug 120
Barron, Rebbecca 99. 100
Barsha, Joan 129
Barton, Joyce 100
Bastine, Albert 100
Bastine, Daniel 100
Baigge, Donald 46, 74,
Baugh, Gary 120
Baughn, Wilbur 65, 100
Bayley, Calvin 100
Beaman, Madeline 37, 42,
Bean, Kyle 120
Beard, Inez 120
Beard, Linda 38, 46, 129
Bechtel, Cindy 41, 59, 100
Mock, Mr. George 94
Mullarkey, Mrs. Susann
Newberry, Mr. Charles
77, 94, 95
Nicholson, Mr. Jack 40, 94
Osborne, Mr. Ishmael 94
Pistole, Mrs. Elizabeth 94
Poore, Mr. Kent 94
Porter, Mr. Jerry 94
Pugh, Mr. Dane 94
Purjey, Mr. Lee 43, 61,
Reifel, Mr. Robert 94
Reinhardt, Mrs. Martha
Rhynearson, Mrs. Edna 94
Riglglard, Mrs. Loretta 65,
Richwine, Mrs. Marilyn 94
Roudebush, Mr. Roger 94
Russo, Mr. Peter 78, 94
Seaver, Mr. Richard 38,
Shinn, Mr. Vern 94
Sincroft, Mrs. Anita 94
Smith, Mrs. Laurie 48, 94
Smith, Mr. Mike 75
Beckerman, Pat 129
Beckham, Sharon 120
Beeler, Darla 58
Beeman, Debbie 129
Beeman, Frank 130
Beeman, Gay 129
Beher, Debra 41, 56, 100
Belknap, Ed 101
Bell, Barbara 56, 101
Bell, David 41, iso
Benak, Gail 43, 46, 56,
Bender, Debbie 120
Bennett, Deborah 101
Bennett, John 65, 101
Benson, Geraldine 120
Bernhar t, John 120
Berry, Marolyn 60, 64, 120
Bickel, Richard 130
Bienert, Wilson 57, 120
Bilbrey, Betty 120
Bilheimer, Ed 41, 75, 130
Bilyeu, Susan 38, 39, 41,
58, 61, 120
Biven, Karen 130
Biven, Rick 101
Black, Christy 38, 41, 60,
Black, Pam 41, 56, 59, 64,
Black, Tim 49, 57, 73, 78,
Blackmon, Mae 130
Blackmon, Otis 49, 78, 82,
Black, Doug 63, 120
Blzicgsgae, Janet 40, 52, 120,
Bledsoe, Nelson 78, 130
Bledsoe, Phil 49, 78, 82,
Bledsoe, Stan 74, 130
Bledsoe, Steve 101
Bloom, Bob 56, 65, 101
Smith, Mr. Wallace 95
Spangler, Mr. Richard 95
Sparks, Mr. Joseph 85, 95
Sullivan, Mr. Phil 72, 78,
Sweet, Mrs. Margaret 95
Swift, Mr. Clifford 5, 95
Taylor, Mr. Norman 95
Uttgrback, Mrs. Lois 65,
Vagght, Mr. George 45,
Vegrgiillion, Mrs. Virginia
Villars, Mr. Edmund 95
Wggh, Mr. Harold 73, 81
Weirich, Mr. Tom 82, 84
Whitehead, Mr. Roger 78,
Wilson, Mr. Horace 95
Woolsey, Mrs. Jeanne 95
Zinser, Mrs. Judy 56, 58,
Blossom, Cliff 120
Blubaugh, Cathy 130
Blubaugh, Jeanne 38, 42,
47, 64, 101
Boards, Brenda 43, 62,
Boards, Diana 130
Boblitt, Dave 101
Bobo, Don 130
Boiling, Teri 120
Boicourt, Tim 101
Bole, Larry 101
Boles, John 101
Boles, Sharon 40, 65, 101
Boman, Teresa 101
Boman, Tim 41, 60, 76,
Boone, Bob 61, 76, 85,
Boone, Jim 52, 120
Boone, Michael 49, 78, 101
Boone, Richard 120
Borges, Monica 46
Borkman, Cassie 46, 48,
Borkman, John 47, 130
Boulware, Mary 130
Bouslog, Fred 73, 80, 130
Bousman, Mike 46, 47, 120
Bowling, Thomas 130
Bowling, ViAnn 130
Boyd, Dorothy 120
Boyd, Glenda 130
Boze, Linda 120
Bradley, Dave 120
Bradley, Steve 101, 153
Bramblett, Nancy 101
Brandon, Robert 57, 65,
Brandt, Suzi 62, 101
Brann, Sally 40, 46, 58
Brant, Don 57, 120, 145
Brattain, Carol 40, 47, 57,
Braxton, Ora 120
Braxton, Yvonne 130
Bray, Becky 58, 120
Bray, Susan 46, 101
Breese, Janet 61, 120
Breese, Mike 120
Brewer, Larry 120
Brewer, Steve G. 130
Brewer, Steve K. 130
Bricker, Sylvia 120
Bridges, J y
Bright, Nancy 38, 56, 63,
Brinker, Mark 101, 65
Brinker, Mike 130
Britt, Derrick 46, 58, 82,
Broadnax, Belinda 47, 65,
Broadnax, Robert 80, 85,
Broderick, Gini 41, 63, 101
Bronnenberg, Mary 37, 40,
58, 119, 120, 159
Brooks, Annettia 56, 101
Brooks, David 120
Brooks, John 120
Brooks, Ronald 120
Brooks, Toby 101
Broshar, Cheryl 120
Brcfwfi, Barbara 56, 57, 99,
Brown, Colleen 46, 62, 101
Brown, Danny 81, 130
Brown, Greg 101
Brown, John 120
Brown, Judy 120
Brown, Lloyd 46
Brown, Phil 120
Brown, Sally 130
Brownin , Lynda 130
Brumbari, Bruce 58, 120
Brumback, Neal 130
Brummett, Hershel 120
Brundage, Carol 58, 59,
Bryan, Belinda 63, 101
Bryan, Gloria 63, 101
Bryan, Janet 57, 130
Bryan, John 130
Bryant, Janie 38, 39, 58,
Bryant, Jeanetta 130
Buck, Kathy 130
Buck, Patty 120
Buck, Robert 120
Buck, Steve 80, 130
Buckner, Judy 102
Buckner, John 130
Buckner, Paula 130
Buckner, Ro 130
Bueler, Caroi!38, 40, 56,
Bueler, Norma 38, 48, 56,
Buettner, Pete 73, 81, 130
Buler, Darla 130
Burdine, Waynetta 130
Burke, Jim 73, 130
Burkhardt, Christy 130
Burlison, Geraldine 120
Burlison, Marlene 120
Burnett, Cheryl 38, 39, 58,
Burnett, Mike 130
Burnett, Tony 130
Burns, Larry 49, 73, 78,
Burt, Mary 102
Burton, Brad 57, 84, 121
Burton, Mark 130
Butler, Dave 72, 102
Butler, Steve 130, 158
Bylinski, Claude 77
Bynum, Janis 61, 130
Cage, Jack 121
Cain, Christie 130
Cain, Larry 78, 82, 84, 102
Calabria, Chris 121
Calabria, Kathleen 63, 102
Caldwell, Bev 38, 41, 42,
54, 99, 103
Callahan, Jean 121
Gallender, Maribeth 62,
Callender, Sandy 102
Campbell, Annie 121
Campbell, Cindy 130
Campbell, Lesley 102
Campbell, Linda 40, 121
Campbell, Ted 102
Campbell, Vivian 130
Cantwell, Valerie 130
Carney, Barbara 37, 59,
Carpenter, Diana 56, 130
Carpenter, Dennis 80
Carpenter, Kathy 102
Carpenter, Mike 121
Carr, Geraldine 121
Carr, Janifer 102
Carr, Larry 65, 81
Carter, Calvin 102
Carter, Claudia 38, 39,
41, 60, 102
Carter, Doris 102
Carter, Linda 43, 46, 121
Caitzeir, Teresa 46, 57, 119,
Carver, Jo Beth 130
Carwile, Nancy 62, 102
Case, Rick 130
Castor, Michael 102
Caswell, Carolyn 102
Caudill, Chris 57, 61, 102
Caudill, Curt 130
Caudill, Mike 102
Caudill, Steve 40
Centers, Mike 121
Chaille, Bruce 59, 76, 102,
Chamberlain, Nilena 57,
Chamberlain, Hosie 102
Chance, Linda 59, 64, 102
Chaney, Kathy 37, 41, 46,
Chapman, David 46, 47,
Chenoweth, Debbie 121
Childs, Pamela 61, 130
Chinn, Rita 130
Chismar, Sandra 102
Chowning, Cheryl 40, 41,
53, 57, 59, 65, 99, 102,
Chowning, Susan 130
Currie, Brenda 130
, James 78, 121
Curtis, Peggy 130
Czarniecki, Charley 103,
Czarniecki, Leila 130
Dadds, Marcia 38, 41,
56, 129, 130, 160
Dageforde, James 46, 47,
59, 65, 99, 103
Dale, Janet 121
Dales, Sarah 121
Dant, Melinda 57, 64, 121
Darnell, Jim 38, 58, 121
Darr, Jim 121
Darr, Steven 130
Clark, Debbie 130
Clark, Leisa 46, 130
Clark, Marshall 121
Clark, Mike 81, 82, 121
Clark, Toni 58, 102
Clark, Vernon 102
Claus, Donald 130
Clear, Bruce 39, 41, 42,
60, 98, 102, 110
Cleaver, Dave 121
Clem, Jerry 102
Clem, Mark 56, 76, 130
Clem, Pauline 130
Clevenger, Don 130
Cloud, Carl 73, 80, 84
Coale, Phil 47, 56, 121
Cobb, Alan 57, 61, 75, 121
Cobb, Joey 57, 130
Davenport, Robert 63, 121
Davis, Claudia 131
Davis, Dave 121
Davis, David 49, 61, 64,
72, 78, 103
Davis, Debbie 65, 103
Davis, Doyle 121
Davis, Helen 121
Davis Horace 78 103
Davisi Jeanne 40:41, 56,
Davis, Jeanne 131
Davis, John 131
Davis, Judy 131
Davis, LaBella 121
Davis, Mark 121
Davis, Nicky 121
Davis, Patty 131
Cobb, Katherine 38, 102
Cobb, Susan 102
Cobble, Bob 42, 102
Cochran, Allen 102
Cochran, Dennis 130
Cockman, Mike 102
Cody, James 102
Cole, Nancy 103
Coleman, Pam 65
Collett, Teresa 56, 58, 64,
Collings, Leonard 121
Collins, Fred 46, 130
Collins, Joy 57, 121
Collins, Steve 65, 81, 130
Condon, Chris 130
Conlon, Linda 65, 121
Conner, Betty 130
Conner, Kenneth 121
Conner, Mike 59, 103
Connelly, Timothy 103
Cook, Nancy 121
Cook, Ronnie 130
Cookman, Lenn 130
Cooley, Amos 121
Cope, Barry 56, 84, 130
Cope, Jack 81, 121
Copeland, Cathy 130
Coryn, David 47, 130
Cotton, Juliet 103
Cottrell, Rosetta 130
Couch, Donna 121
Couch, James 130
Couliette, Carolyne 65,
Courtney, Becky 41, 121,
Covington, Mike 121
Cox, Dennis 103
Cox, Ervin 41, 60, 121
Craib, Janet 64, 121
Craig, Kenneth 47, 130
Crain, Richard 47, 121
Cram, Penny 130
Cravens, Mary 40, 130
Crawford, Mary 130
Cripe, Gary 121
Crisler, John 41, 43, 57, 61,
65, 75, 121, 145, 150
Crisler, Mark 103
Crose, Ruth 59, 64, 103
Crosley, Marti 38, 121
Crouse, Roger 62, 103
Crowthers, Debbie 40, 43,
Crull, Donna 121
Crumes, Becky 121
Cummings, Cathy 121
Cummings, Janet 62, 103
Cumminlgls, Shirley 121
Cunning am, Rebecca 130
Davis, Randy 131
Davis, Rickie 131
Davis, Ronald 62, 103
Davis, Russell 121
Davis, Steve 121
Davis, Terry 103
Day, Patty 121
Day, Tammy 38, 121
Dayton, Susan 131
De Bolt, Vicki 38, 41, 59,
Degrafeenreid, Lynn 131
Deiser, Fred 103
Delgado, Aurora 131
Delgado, Susana 131
Delmolino, Diana 131
Delp, Lee Roy 73, 80, 131
Delph, David 121
Defglz, Denny 65, 77, 81,
Delphia, Alan 63, 121
Demos, Tony 61, 121
Dennis, Debbie 61, 131
Dennis, Theresa 122
Denny, Becky 122
Denny, Pam 37, 38, 41,
52, 122, 156
De Sutter, Gary 122
Devaney, Reva 65, 104
Dew, John 57, 61, 75, 131
De Weese, Donna 122
Deic5ter, Jenifer 41, 104,
Dexter, Mary Beth 131
Dickerson, Jerry 104
Dietz, Rick 122
Dietz, Sharon 131
Dilts, Pat 49, 74, 104
Dixon, Carrie 61, 104
Dixon, Early 82, 131
Dixon, Narvie 122
Dixon, Sam 104
Doerr, Doris 62, 104
Donham, Ron 104
Donnelly, Marianne 38,
40, 58, 131
Donovan, Mike 104
Dotson, Linda 64, 131
Dougherty, Donna 131
Douglas, Robert 131
Dowling, Renee 58, 131
Downey, Cynthia 62, 104
Downey, Mike 76, 131
Drake, Anna 131
Drake, Dave 131
Du Bois, Jo Rene 38, 122
Duckworth, Gary 104
Dudley, Debbie 38, 41,
52, 58, 131
Dugger, Marlowe 122
Durden, Ronald 104
Dur an, James 104
Duriam, Donald 59, 65,
Duncan, Cheryl 131
Duncan, Jennifer 122, 131
Dunham, Rick 122
Dunkin, Sheryl 131
Dunn, Cathy 131
Dunkerly, Rick 38, 74, 78,
Dye, Arnell 49, 73, 78,
Dye, Bobby 73, 131
Dyer, Patrick 131
Eads, Rick 80. 85, 131
Eaglin, Lynn 131
Early, Johanna 131
Ebbert, Joe 73, 80, 85,
Ebbert, Tim 104
Ebner, Louis 104
Ecknian, Bob 57, 61, 122
Eckstein, Jerry 131
Edwards, Corenc 122
Edwards, Irene 122
Edwards, Lavon 122
Edwards, Max 122
Edwards, Tim 122
Edwards, Yvonne 131
Eiler, Brenda 58, 122
Eldridge, Bonnie 122
Eldridge, Dean 131
Eldridge, Yvonne 122
Ellingwood, Bob 122
Ellis, Bob 63, 104
Ellis, John 56, 78, 122, 156
Ellis, Le Anne 57, 131
Ellis, Michael 59, 104
Ellsworth, David 38, 77,
Ellsworth, Richard 38, 39,
72, 74, 77, 104
Elmore, Diane 13, 42, 104
Emerson, Glenda 122
English, Charlie 122
En lish Willie 131
Ersiine, Gary 40, 49, 72,
82, 122, 169
Ervin, Brockley 122
Ervin, Vickey 122
Ervin, Wilazell 104
Eskew, Connie 104
Etchison, Linda 122
Etchison, Jeanetta 131
Etsler, Dick 47, 72, 122
Euratte, Nikki 122
Eutsler, Eldon 38, 131
Eutsler, Kathy 131
Evans, James 104
Evans, Jane 122
Everman, Sue 122
Fair, Darrelyn 122
Fairchild, Melvin 122
Faith, Bernadette 56, 131
Falker, Regina 41, 57, 61,
Farler, Barbara 65, 105
Farley, Karen 131
Farmer, Becky 122
Farmer, Evelyn 131
Farmer, Jane 105
Farmer, Leah 63, 122
Farmer, Tom 105
Fawley, Linda 105
Feemster, Tom 80, 84, 131
Fenimore, Mark 40, 60,
re, Steve 105, 149
Ferguson, Dick 37, 49, 61,
81, 122, 141
Ferguson, Gary 119, 122
Ferguson, Jayne 36, 37, 41,
59, 61, 64, 105, 154
Files, Joyce 122
Barbara 38, 39, 41
0, 65, 105
Bonnie 63, 122
Fisher, Dave 49, 73, 81,
Fisher, Gary 122
Freestone, Ed 132
Hogan, Karen 133
Fisher, Steve 38, 57, 73,
Fisher, Steve 80, 85, 131
Fite, Randy 122
Fite, Susan 99, 105
Fitzsimmons, Deborah 122
Flahavin, Jerry 105
Flatford, James, 63, 105
Fletcgier, Rhonda 58, 64,
Fletcher, Rod 46, 73, 74,
Flory, Tom 47, 62, 122
Flynn, Jo Anne 105
Foland, Debbie 105
Folsom, Karen 37, 42, 58,
Ford, Rick 122
Fogghancl, James 49, 73,
Forkner, Jacque 47, 59, 60,
p 64, 105
Forkner, Terry 46, 47, 131
Fowler, Patty 122
Fox, Beth 48, 56, 131
Fox, Don 131
Foy, lack 60, 131
Fran , Tim 38, 56, 77, 131
Franklin, Dean 131
Franks, Lee 49, 72, 105
Fraundorfer, Mark 38, 49,
56, 77, 122
Frazee, Mike 131
Frazier, Marcia 131
Fredericks, David 74, 131,
Fredericks, Richard 105,
Freeman, Rod 49, 73, 78,
French, Cheryl 122
Frendt, Mark 77
Friggle, Larry 122
Frossard, Barbara 41, 42,
53, 59, 61, 99, 105
Frye, Skip 122
Fuller, Susan 132
Fuller, Willie 122
Gadberry, Jo Ellen 40, 58,
Gain, Jerry 132
Gaines, Vickie 122
Gaither, Ruthie 41, 63,
Galbraith, Tim 38, 47, 132
Gallamore, Susie 38, 122
Galmore, Idella 132
Garragle, David 38, 39, 57,
Gammon, Greg 102
Garland, Judy 48, 132
Garner, Betsy 38, 58, 64,
Garner, Dave 105
Garner, Mark 132
Garrett, Bill 122
Garrett, Mike 123
Garrett, Roger 61, 132
Garretson, Jeff 105
Garretson, Richard 132
Garringer, Becky 64, 132
Garris, Charlotte 64, 123
Garris, Lewis 47, 132
Gecman, Willie 80
Geer, Rick 105
Gillespie, Karen 123
Gillespie, Kathy 123
Gilson, John 62, 123
Gilson, Mary 48, 105
Gipson, Carolyn 123
Girt, Walter 123
Girton, Caralou 105
Givens, Otera 132
Goddard, Linda 105
Goddard, Nancy 132
Goehring, Tariea 38, 64,
Goodman, Norman 78,
Goodman, Tom 40, 132
Goodwin, Mary 132
Gore, Anna 132
Gorr, Janice 132
Gorman, John 105
Goss, Virginia 41, 57, 64,
Gouker, Fred 105
Gourley, Becky 58, 132
Graddy, Ted 65, 123
Graddy, Tom 42, 59, 61,
65, 106, 116
Graham, Doug 49, 72, 75,
78, 119, 123
Graham, Jim 57, 80, 132
Graham, Kathy 48, 106
Graham, Shirley 40, 123
Graham, Terri 64, 132
Grant, Jo 132
Graries, Linda 106
Gray, Bill 46, 81, 123
Gray, Charlotte 46, 132
Gray, Deborah 59, 62, 106
Gray, Jorja 106
Gray, Kirk 132
Gray, Lynn 64, 123
Gray, Paulette 132
Gray, Tim 132
Green, Barbara 38, 132
Green, Sally 123
Green, Teri 58, 123
Gregg, Sherry 56, 132
, Dale 1213, 156
Gloria 41, 105
Grieb, Cynthia 38, 64,
Grieh, Michelle 132
Griffee, Belinda 132
Gritfee, Candace 132
Griffey, Margie 123
Grissom, William 106
Grile, Darrell 46, 132
Groif, Martin 40, 49, 74,
Guibault, Jackie 40, 58,
Guibault, Janice 57, 132
Gulbert, Mike 132
Guthrie, Steve 132
Gwaltney, Carol 123
Haberek, Jim 132
Hagan, Charlotte 132
Hagan, Joyce 62, 123
Haggard, Greg 132
Haggard, Tom 46, 106
Haines, Tim 123
Hale, Pam 132
Hall, Barbara 123
Hall, Murray 78, 123
Hall, Patricia 36, 37, 57,
59, 61, 64, 106, 159
Hall, Rick 40, 57, 132
Hall, Robert 85, 132
Hallenbeck, Dan 49, 61,
Hallenbeck, Joe 106
Halsell, Danny 77, 129,
George, Jim 57, 132
George, John 123
George, Reggie 40, 46, 49,
George, Rodney 123
George, Susan 123
Gephart, Geoffrey 41, 58,
Gerald, John 57, 75, 132
German, Etoshia 132
German, Will 132
Gibbons, Barry 105
Gibson, Larry 105
Gibson, Sharon 46, 64, 123
Gibson, Tom 105
Gillespie, Carol 123
Gillespie, James 105
Halsell, David 77, 106
Hamel, Joyce 106
Hamilton, Randy 132
Hampton, Birt 49, 73, 78,
Hampton, James 123
Hampton, John 80, 132
Hampton, Matthew 132
Haney, Karen 132
Hanna, Sam 73, 80, 132
Hannaford, Andy 106
Hannaford, Mauri 123
Hardacre, Steve 9, 46, 47,
59, 106, 167
Harden, Charles 106
Harden, John 132
Hardwick, Nancy 37, 57,
61, 64, 106, 151
Hargis, Keith 132
Harp, Tom 49, 74, 123
Harp, Vermilla 123
Harrington, Dennis 49, 75,
Harris, Larry 132
Harris, Patty 132
Harrison, Bertha 132
Hart, Vivian 63, 106
Harter, Elizabeth 38, 40,
Harvey, Judy 56, 123
Hathcoat, Larry 106
Hathcoat, Polly 123
Haynes, Bruce 106
Haynes, Carolyn 123
Haynes, Roger 132
Hays, Russell 77, 132
Heath, Becky 123
Hecks, Linda 132
Hedgecraft, Linda 132
Heilin, Rick 106
Hellems, Ronald 38, 39,
46, 61, 119, 123
Helvey, David 46, 132
Hendricks, Angela 123
Hendrickson, Susan 132
Henesy, Mark 106
Herche, Janet 52, 123
Herb, Cyndi 132
Herbert, Margaret 123
Herbst, Tom 61, 132
Herkomer, Steve 49, 78,
Hersberger, Brad 123
Herrington, Cathy 106
Hervey, Eddie 123
Hersley, Beckie 123
Hester, Joyce 106
Hexamer, Dan 106
Hexamer, Doug 132
Hexamer, John 132
Hexamer, Phil 106
Hiatt, Gary 65, 132
Hiatt, Sherry 106
Hiatt, Sheryl 132
Higgins, Karen 46, 132
Highbaugh, Dennis 38, 56,
Highwood, Anita 38, 39,
46, 59, 60, 65, 106
Highwood, Glenda 38, 40,
Hileman, Mike 62, 106
Hill, Becky 123
Hill, David 57, 60, 64, 123
Hilliard, Rodney 72, 106
Hilliard, Vincent 133
Hilburt, Mike 80, 85, 132
Hillsamer, Sally 39, 106
Hinchman, Denise 46, 133
Hinton, Denise 46
Hinton, Doug 57, 133
Hinton, Keith 38, 39, 41,
60, 61, 106
Hinkle, Cathy 123
Hinz, Gary 62, 106
Hittle, Bob 77
Hobbs, Debbie 38, 46, 57,
Hodges, Tim 47, 129, 133
Hodson, Linda 57, 106
Hodson, Nancy 57
Hoffman, Eric 46, 59, 107
Hoffman, Kathy 43, 57, 61,
Hogue, Danny 49, 75, 99,
Holbert, Tim 73, 107
Holland, George 133
Holland, Vickie 133
Hollenback, Herbert 123
Holgzleiter, Stephen 65,
Hood, Jana 38, 56, 57, 64,
Hopgood, Mike 133
Hoppes, Lorrain 133
Horevay, Susan 40, 107
Horevay, Tom 38, 76, 80,
Hornbeck, Randy 123
Horne, Barbara 133
Horne, Lynda 123
Hosek, Emily 46, 123
Hoskins, Rosie 123
House, Mary 133
Howard, Sharon 107
Howe, Rhoda 133
Hudson, Allan 133
James, Bill 78
James, Larry J. 107
James, Larry P. 44, 107
Jarrett, Dale 63, 123
Hudson, Dou 38, 48, 123
Hudson, Martlgia 133
Hudson, Pete 47, 133
Hudson Randall 65, 107
Jarret Dave 40, 123
Jarvis, Denise 123
Jarvis, Rick 57, 85, 133
Jarvis, Rodney 37, 40, 49,
Huff, Terry 133
Huffman, Betsy 40, 56, 64,
Huffman, Jerry 65, 123
Hughes, Brenda 62, 107
Hughes, Cindy 123
Hughes, Jack 58, 60, 133
Hughes, Mickey 133
Hughes, Orris 107
Hughes, Ronald 133
Hughes, Ruth 133
Hughes, Sally 57, 123
Hughes, Vickie 62, 64,
60, 72, 81, 85, 98, 99,
Jayne, Dan 133
Jeffers, Darlene 107
Jefferson, Danny 85, 133
Huitema, Doug 38
Hulse, Barbara 133
Hulse, Pam 107
Humbles, Larry 107
Hummel, Keith 133
Humphrey, Marian 38, 64,
Hunt, Manuel 107
Hunter, Jack 107
Hunter, Marta 133
Huntley, Suzi 57, 133
Hurley, Bridget 37, 41,
52, 58, 123, 149
Hurton, Phil 123
Hutton, Joanna 133
Hyatt, Myrtle 133
Hyatt, Verline 107
Ice, Monte 56, 57, 59,
Idlewine, Kevin 38, 133
Imel, David 133
Imel, Debbie 133
Imel, Mike 107
Imel, Suella 123
Ingram, Mike 123
Inholt, Thomas 107
Ireland, Jack 46, 123
Isenhour, Tom 133
Jenkins, Gary 108
Jenkins, Sharon 123
Jenkins, Sheryl 123
Jennings, Mamie 108
Johann, Nancy 123
Johnson, Alfred 46, 48, 79,
Johnson, Betty 59, 62, 108
Johnson, Carolyn 108
Johnson, Cheryl 133
Johnson, Claude 123
Johnson, Dale 78, 123
Johnson, Doris 133
Essie 38, 123
Johnsonj Gwen 108
, Jerry 133
Johnson, Jim 49, 73, 81,
Johnson: Rex 123
Irle, Roy 61, 133
Jackson, Carla 38, 62, 64,
Jackson, Chris 56, 133
Jackson, Daverna 40, 57,
Jackson, Jill 39, 41, 59,
Jackson, Juanita 133
Jackson, Louise 123
Jackson, Robert 80, 133
Johnsonj sam 56, 76, 133
Johnson, Steve 133
Johnson, Virginia 63, 123
Jonesi Brad 123
Jones, Carla 54, 119, 123
Jones, Carla 52, 62, 133
Jones, Cheryl 133
Jones, Clark 58, 123
Jones, Diana 123
Jones, Elaine 133
Jones, Gloria 40, 59, 64,
Jones, Joanna 57, 123
Jones, Julia 123
Jones, Keith 108
Jones, Linda 133
Jones, Monica 63, 123
Jones, Sally 56, 129, 133
Jones, Sherry 133
Jones Steve 63, 108
Jones, Sylvia 133
Jones, Wayne 133
Jordan, David 133
Joslin, Sharon 133
Jourdan, Steve 38, 133
Joy, Nanette 133
Kaiser, Joe 60, 133
Kane, Gordon 46, 60, 133
Kase, Mike 133
Keel, Judy 41, 99, 108
Keeney, Deanne 123
Keeney, Edbert 77, 85,
Keesling, Debbie 38
Kellams, Richard 46, 61,
Kelley, Debbie 133
Kelley, June 133
Kelley, Mike 60, 81, 133
Kelly, Mary Pat 37, 57,
Kelly, Rick 123
Kendal, Sharon 108
Kennedy, Bobby 133
Kennedy, Carolyn 133
Kennedy, Larry 133
Kenneth, Lee 133
Keogh, Jim 57, 123
Keogh, Sue 57, 133
Key, Earl 108
Kiely, Bob 57, 76, 129,
Kiely, Pat 123
Kiley, Bob 74, 133
Kilgus, Rick 133
Kimble, Jenny 123
Kimm, Bob 65, 75, 80, 133
Kimmerling, Pat 46, 57,
Kimmerling, Steve 133
Kimmons, Essie 46, 133
Kinerk, Mike 65, 133
King, Betty 108
King, Jack 49, 73, 81, 108,
King, Monte 133
King, Paula 108
King, Penny 133
Kiper, Kay 38, 41, 47, 60,
Kirk, Joe 62
Kirk, Nikki 123
Kirksey, Carol 133
Kirksey, Carolyn 133
Kirksey, Warren 108
Kirksey, Vickie 124
Kivi, Anita 133
Kleinhenn, Dave 74, 124
Klusner, Margaret 108
Knapp, Steve 78, 108
Knotts, Bob 47, 75, 108
Knotts, Connie 62, 108
Knuckles, Alan 133
Knuckles, Teresa 57, 108
Kollros, John 124
Kopp, Katie 37, 57, 58,
Kouns, Russella 133
Kruger, Shelia 133
Kuhn, Dan 108
Kuhn, Tom 124
Kurtz, Martha 62, 64, 108
La Chew, Janis 113
La le, Susan 124
Lalgas, Anthony 62, 108
Lambert, Becky 133
Lanane, Patrick 58, 64, 73,
Land, Carol 48, 58, 64,
Lane, Kevin, 40, 49, 72,
85, 124, 163
Lane, Tom 41, 60, 108
Lanning, Carmen 61, 133
Lantz, Dick 124
Lantz, Mary 133
Larson, Kay 13, 40, 41,
43, 58, 59, 60, 108
Larry, Mary 124
LaShure, Steve 133
Lasle , Penny 124
Laughlin, Denis 108
Laughlin, Greg 124, 150
Laughlin, Jim 57, 74, 76,
Lavelle, Jeannie 133
Lavelle, Paul 108
Lavender, John 109
Lawson, Beverly 109
Lawson, Dan 75, 124
Lawson Linda 65, 109
Lawsoni Ralph 124
Lawson, Roy 134
, Sandy 46, 134
, Shawn 109
Lawson, Shelly 38, 58, 60,
Lawson, William 109
ce, Mary 124
Lawyer, Mike 134
Layer, Deanna 57, 134
Layman, Melodee 56,
Leach, Jim 124
Leasure, Charles 124
Leath, Phyllis 134
Ledbetter, Judy 134
Lee, Anita 6, 40, 57, 59,
Lee, Donna 124
Lee, Lynda 56, 124
Lee, Randall 59, 109
LeMay, Charles 109
Lemon, Linda 109
Lemon, Mike 124
Lennartz, Darlene 134
Lennartz, David 77, 124
Lennartz, Mary 46, 124
Lewellyn, Basil 106
Lewellyn, Karen 134
Lewis, Ora 124
Libler, Fred 49, 75, 109
Lierman, Steve 40, '76,
n, Mary 56, 124
Lloyd, Debbie 46, 134
Lloyd, Tony 134
Lockwood, Tim 74, 76,
Loewen, Cynthia 38, 134
Logan, John 134
Logan, Penny 109
Long, Annette 134
Long, Brenda 40, 46, 134
Long, Naomi 124
Long, Ollie 134
Long, Roger 124
Long, Tom 38, 134
Lott, Karen 134
Loucks, Kathy 41, 42, 59,
Lowe, Donna 124
Lowe, Kathy 124
Lowe, Louis 134
Luetlgenau, Paula 109
Lum is, Barbara 134
Lumbis, James 109
Lycan, Tom 124
Lynch, Davis 124
Lyons, Shirley 109
McAtee, Kenneth 134
MciAtee, Sheila 65, 119,
McBurrows, Linda 38, 124
McCammon, Dennis 63,
McCay, Rodger 124
McClain, Howard 134
McClaire, Jordon 124
McClasky, Russell 62, 124
McClintock, Armand 57,
61, 124, 141
McCloud, Lorette 124
McCloud, Marvin 47, 134
MiClure, Craig 57, 77,
McConnell, Charles 65,
McCord, Donna 134
McCord, Kathleen 59, 62,
McCord, Stephanie 134
McCormack, Mike 124
McCoy, Paul 111
McCoy, Roseanna 111
McCullough, Bonnie 134
McCullough, David 134
McCullough, James 134
McCullough, Ron 134
McDaniel, Bob 111
Mclginiel, Georgianna 58,
McDufFie, Louise 111
McGill, Jack 124
McGlothen, Emma 124
McGruder, Anne 124
McGruder, Larry 81, 134
McGuinness, Pauline 111
McGuire, Dave 124
McHenry, Kathy 41, 59,
McHenry, Michael 38, 56,
80, 84, 134
Mclllwain, Ann 134
McIntyre, Stephen 125,
McKay, Alice 134
McKay, Maureen 134
McKeand, Jim 125
McKee, Terry 46, 125
McKinley, Mike 62, 111
McKinney, Gary 57, 80,
McKinsey, Doug 134
McKinsey, Toni 65, 111
McKnight, Donna 111
McLain, Robert 134
McLaughlin, Ruby 111
McMillan, Mary Kay 56,
McNab, Deloris 125
McNabb, Teresa 111
McNabney, Betsy 41, 57,
59, 99, 111
McNeese, Willie 80, 85,
McPhaul, Joyce 125
McQueary, Carolyn 134
McRoberts, Rhonda 38,
McShirIey, Marla 134
McUne, Mike 125
Madara, Carolyn 41, 109
Magers, Tim 125
Magers, Wendy 43, 57,
Maggard, Dale 134
Maggard, Paula 42, 58,
Maier, Jon 65, 76, 84
Maines, Tom 134
Maines, Steve 80
Maines, Sue 125
Mallory, Kris 134
Malone, Frances 134
Malone, Frank 125
Mallernee, Jay 125
Manis, Dan 109
Mann, Dan 134
Manderbach, Gred 109
Manship, Larry 49, 59, 75,
Manship, Linda 46, 125
Manuel, Greig 125
Manuel, Lin a 102
Marlgig, Janine 40, 125,
Marsh, Michael 57, 65,
Marsh, Vincent 134
Marshall, Mark 109
Marshall, Roberta 109
Martin, Cynthia 125
Martin, Doug 125
Martin, Mike 85, 134
Martin, Thomas 80, 129,
Marvel, Mary 58, 61, 125
Mason, Kris 40, 58, 134
Mason, Raymond 110
Massey, Dennis 134
Massey, Ed 125
Matthews, Fred 40, 41,
49, 58, 77, 78, 99, 163
Maupin, Anne 134
Maxey, Dennis 63
Maxwell, Clyde 110
Maxwell, Debbie 134
Maxwell, Greg 134
Maxwell, Larry 110
Maxwell, Vicky 125
May, Pete 125
May, Richard 110
May, Terry 80, 125
Mayer, Thom 37, 49, 78,
85, 119, 125, 147
Mayhard, Mike 134
Mayo, David 77
Meelg Steve 40, 72, 110,
Meikel, Jeni 58, 65, 125
Melson, Chris 63, 99, 110,
Melson, Donna 110
Melson, Mike 49, 78, 125
Mendenhall, Dennis 73,
Merritt, Steve 42, 110
Metz, Pam 40, 58, 64, 125
Metzger, Bill 125
Miles, Alan 110
Miles, Esther 125
Miles, Marilyn 125
Milhouse, Frank 78, 125
Miller, Barbara 125
Miller, Mike 125
Miller, David 44, 110
Miller, Joe 74, 134
Mills, Anita 110
Mills, Rosa 134
Millspaugh, Carol 37, 61,
Mimms, Linda 134
Miracle, Cary 110
Mitchell, Susan 38, 39, 42,
48, 61, 110
Modlin, Katherine 125
Montague, Shelley 110
Moody, David 125
Moody, Gail 46, 56, 125
Moore, Bobby 110
Moore, Frances 38, 46,
Moore, Myra 110
Mooreland, Lou Ann 110
Morgan, Artelia 134
Morgan, Cora 110
Morgan, Deborah 56
Morgan, Dwight 74, 125
Morris, Christy 134
Morrison, Jack 110
Morrison, Lora 125
Moto, Paul 125
Mowrey, Deanna 125
Moyer, Linda 125
Moyer, Marlene 110
Mudd, Sam 61, 125
Mueller, Sherry 110
Muir, Debbie 134
Mullins, Stephen 81, 125
Mumbower, Tom 125
Murdock, Cathy 63, 64,
Murdock, Mike 134
Musser, Steve 41, 75, 125,
Mustin, Steve 41, 49, 74,
76, 81, 110
Myrick, Linda 125
Myers, Tim 125
Nabb, Jim 134
Nave, Tom 125
Neal, Mike 134
Neale, Larry 134
Neale, Lorri 40, 56
Neff, Joceline 125
Neff, Larry 111
Nevin, Terry 125
Newberry, Beth 38, 39,
59, 61, 65, 98, 111
Newberry, Mark 77
Newby, Debby 38, 47, 56,
Newsom, Bev 47, 111
Newsom, Charles 47, 126
Newsom, Jacqueline 111
Newsom, Victor 134
Nicholas, Tom 126
Nicholson, Randy 134
Nicholson, Steve 126
Niehaus, Janice 37, 41, 57,
59, 61, 111, 149
Nipple, Jon 47, 126
Noel, Susan 126
Noland, Marie 134
Noland, Stephen 111, 150
None, Jimmie 111
Norris, Ernie 134
Norris, Linda 38, 56, 64,
Norrod, Angie 111
Norton, Nicki 37, 41, 111,
Norton, Tom 74, 134
, Bertha 134
, Coy 84, 134
Nunni Henry 134
Nunn, Jewelean 111, 126
Num, Roy 84, 134
O'Banion, Mike 111
O'Brian, Bonnie 126
O'Brian, Mike 73, 81, 134
O,Brian, Peggy 62, 64, 111
O'Bryant, Tandy 126
O'Connor, Nancy 38, 46,
Ohnheiser, Joe 126
Ohnheiser, Tony 134
Oldfield, Connie 111
Oldham, Paula 134
Oliver, Brenda 134
Oliver, Brad 119, 126
Oliver, Pam 111
O'Neal, Frances 126
O'Neal, Linda 111
O'Neal, Rosalie 63
Orick, Jim 62, 111
Orick, Kathy 58, 134
Orman, John 111
Orr, Jerry 134
Orth, Karyn 111
Osborne, Chuck 134
Osborne, Mary Ja 40, 111
Otting, John 134
Otto, Kathy 126
Owens, Jerry 80, 134
Owens, Rick 63, 126
Owens, Shirley 111
Pakes, Steve 40, 58, 126
Paige, Neal 134
Palmer, Cheryl 47, 57, 64,
Palmer, Riley 126
Palmer, Robert 134
Pancol, George 38, 75, 76,
Pardue, Jack 134
Parham, Jack 134
Parham, Sandy 126
Parker, Donald 63, 111
Parker, Janice 61, 126
Parkhurst, Tim 112
Parks, Claretta 134
Parks, Julie 126
Parks, Michele 40, 112
Parks, Mike 39, 41, 64, 112
Parks, Raymond 135
Parks, Tom 112
Paschal, Cynthia 135
Paschal, Mary 38, 39, 59,
Paschal, Tim 38, 41, 135,
Paterson, Dennis 135
Patrick, Linda 126
Patterson, Bob 59, 112
Patterson, Colette 135
Patterson, Dennis 126
Patterson, Ethel 112
Patterson, Suzzette 126
Patterson, William 112
Patton, Jean 135
Patton, Karen 46, 112
Patton, Linda 46, 135
Paul, John 76, 135
Payne, Barry 75, 78, 135
Payne, Terry 135
Payton, Ellen 135
Peak, Larry 135
Pearson, Gerald 38, 39,
59, 65, 112
Pearson, John 112
Pearson, Mike 135
Peek, Becky 112
Peek, Dwayne 126
Peek, Margaret 62, 112
Peek, Rick 135
Pence, Marcia 112, 126
Pennington, Frank 126
Pepelea, Artie 43, 72, 82,
Perry, Freda 135
Perry, John 112
Perry, Mark 112
Perry, Mary 126
Perry, Robert 62, 112
Persing, Tim 41, 43, 112
Peters, Charles 49, 73,
Peterson, Mary Ellen 135
Pettigrew, Junior 126
Pettigrew, Larry 135
Peyton, Linda 43, 61, 112,
Phelps, Mark 46, 112
Phillips, Cathy 47, 126
Phillips, Charles 62, 112
Phillips, Dante 72, 126
Phillips, Gary 47, 126
Phillips, Mary 126
Phillips, Stephen 112
Phillips, Steve 126
Phillips, Tim 38, 39, 46,
Phillips, Tom 135
Phillips, Tony 135
Phillips, Victor 60, 135
Phipps, Linda 135
Phlegar, Wayne 38, 41,
Pickens, Gary 135
Pickett, Connie 135
Pickett, William 113
Pierce, Jim 135
Pine, Mike 135
Pinyon, Donna 62, 113
Pistole, Carole 6, 41, 59,
64, 99, 113
Pitts, Karen 126
Pitts, Steven 113
Pitcher, Mike 47, 135
Plummer, Everett 62, 113
Pollaeamus, Jan 59, 61, 62,
Porter, Connie 113
Porter, Debbie 62, 113
Porter, John 57, 113
Porter, Mike 126
Porter, Nancy 38, 56, 64,
Posey, Don 126
Potter, Debbie 63, 126
Powell, Audrey 126
Powell, Regena 60, 135
Powell, Walter 113
Powers, Debra 40, 58, 64,
Power, Rick 113
Prater, Mike 135
Pratt, Terry 135
Price, Bob 38, 73, 126
Pracgird, Ron 37, 61, 113,
Priddy, Robert 41, 60, 113
Pringle, Rick 126
Priser, Steve 46, 47, 113
Privett, Scott 126
Prout, Debbie 135
Purcell, Zerinda 126
Purciful, Mark 135
Purkey, Bruce 57, 80, 135
Pyland, Terry 126
Qualls, Patricia 62, 113
Queer, Kim 135
Quinn, Steve 126
Railey, Jim 46, 47, 77,
Railey, Randy 77, 135
Rambis, Cheryle 135
Ramsey, Janine 38, 126
Randolph, Bernice 135
Ran ham, Allen 135
Rangin, Tom 49, 72, 78,
Rauner, Dixie 40, 47, 61,
Ravage, Don 72, 113
Ray, Linda 65, 113
Ray, Scott 40, 57, 78, 119,
Rayford, Carolyn 126
Rayford, Mary 126
Rayford, Rose Marie 126
Raymond, Phil 135
RedHeld, John 126
Redic, Jack 126
Redick, Judy 38, 39, 41,
56, 59, 113
Reed, Brenda 46, 119, 126
Reed, Mike 41, 43, 60,
Reed, Pat 113
Rees, Bobby 113
Rego, Linda 113
Reiclgard, Becky 63, 64,
Reichard, Nancy 38, 129,
Reifel, Robert 65, 81, 113
Reish, Becky 38, 39, 58,
61, 64, 113
Reisinger, Mike 113
Reitz, Larry 73, 135
Remley, Pat 113
Renbar er, Ray 126
Renfordi, Vicki 58, 135
Reno, Debbie 135
Renschler, Alvin 46, 61,
Renschler, Wayne 74, 77,
Reynolds, Alice 113
Reynolds, Bob 126
Rhoda, Pauline 113
Rhule, Debbie 126
Rice, Sarah Jo 65, 113
Rich, Laura 113
Richards, Bill 135
Richards, Otis 136
Richards, Rex 36, 37, 49,
98, 110, 113, 140
Richards, Rick 49, 77, 126
Riilgaardson, Ann 37, 113,
Richardson, Claire 38, 39,
40, 41, 58, 126
Richardson, Connie 126
Richardson, Donna 13, 37,
41, 57, 61, 99, 113, 169
Richardson, Julia Ann 126
Richardson, Nancy 136
Richardson, Sheryl 38, 64,
Richwine, Becky 114
Richwine, Dick 38, 58, 73,
Riddle, Judy 65, 114
Riddle, Lynda 126
Riddle, Paul 126
Riddle, Roger 126
Ridley, Barbara 136
Riffe, Rich 114
Rigdon, Connie 136
Rigdon, Jeff 122
Rigdon, Vicky 62, 88, 114
Riley, Gary 136
Riley, George 73, 78, 85,
Riley, Mike 73, 78, 85,
Ringham, Allen 38, 46
Ringham, Paula 47, 57,
59, 61, 64, 114
Rittenberry, Debbie 136
Robb, Betty 126
Robbins, Gay 42, 61, 62,
Robbins, Gregory 114
Robbins, Kenneth 126
Robbins, Larry 126
Robbins, Ray 126
Robbs, Dave 136
Robbs, Tim 114
Roberson, Dennis 47, 114
Roberts, Elizabeth 126
Roberts, Sandra 38, 58,
Robertson, Marla 114
Robey, Susan 126
Robinett, Steve 46, 114
Robinson, Brenda 126
Robinson, Calvin 136
Robinson, Darlene 136
Robinson, Janet 136
Robinson, John 126
Robinson, Karen 57, 114
Robinson, Rosanna 114
Robinson, Ron 126
Roche, Kathy 136
Rock, John 57, 74, 136
Rodecap, Jeff 136
Rodecap, Lynn 126
Roemer, Ed 62, 114
Roemer, Vic 136
Roettinger, Janet 43, 46,
57, 61, 64, 114
Rohlfing, Debbie 58, 136
Rolfs, David 44, 114
Rolfs, Diana 43, 46, 64,
Rolfs, Doug 47, 136, 145
Rollins, Florence 114
Rollins, Rachael 57, 126
David 77, 136
Rose, James 136
Roudebush, Cherie 41, 43,
Roush, Janie 46, 114, 144
Rowe, Terri 41, 126
Rozier, Derick 114
Rumler, Greg 126
Russell, Pat 136
Sample, Pat 43, 64, 126
Samuella, Hester 136
Sanders, Rebecca 114
Sargent, Mona 126
Saul, Vallia 114
Sawyer, Frank 114
Sayers, Ellen 58, 136
Schell, Vicki 136
Schilke, Chris 52, 57, 119,
Schinnerer, George 126
Schlabach, Steve 136
Schildneir, James 136
Schmitt, John 136
Schriver, Susan 114
Scotti Barbara 40, 43, 64,
Scott, Barbara J. 114
Scott, Debbie 64, 114
Scott, Debbie 136
Scott, Jennifer 126
Scott, Nancy 63, 99, 114
Scott, Stacy 64, 114
Scott, Treva 136
Seacat, Doug 114
Sears, Nancy 136
Sears, Pam 126
Seleyman, Allie 114
Sellers, Steve 126
Seward, Mark 136
Sewall, David 72, 78, 115
Sewell, Dave 37, 40, 49,
61, 115, 148
Seybert, Diane 126
Sexton, Charlette 115
Shafer, Leigh Ann 38, 41,
Shaffer, Cindy 136
Shaffer, Ron 126
Shannon, Eddie 136
Shannon, Pamela 115, 156
Sharpe, Rick 115
Shaw, David 136
Shaw, Larry 126
Shearer, Bill 37, 49, 57,
74, 115, 159
Shearer, Nancy 37, 42, 53,
58, 61, 126, 164
Sheet, Rick 48
Sheets, Mike 126
Sheets, Tom 115
Shell, Linda 126
Sherman, Jean 136
Shields, Roy 115
Shipley, Steve 49, 78, 115
Shirley, Roger 46, 136
Shuck, Jim 126
Shull, Renda 40, 57, 136
Sigler, Janis 40, 41, 58,
Siler, Carletta 136
Siler, Veronica 126
Simmons, Martha 115
Simmons, Martha 136
Simmons, Mickey 75, 80
Simmons, Robert 81
Simmons, Tom 73, 84
Simond, Doris 136
Simpson, Annie 115
Simpson, David 47, 115
Simpson, Neil 62, 115
Singer, Peggy 127
Singleton, Barbara 136
Sipes, Richard 115
Skaggs, Rita 115
Skouden, Craig 63, 115
Slack, Sandra 56, 136
Slattery, Phil 127
Sleet, Rick 136
Slick, Scott 115
Sloan, Barbara 136
Sloan, Jeff 46, 47, 58, 127
Sloan, Wanda 127
Smiley, Glenda 127
Smiley, Tom 115
Smith Anita 40, 59, 64,
Smith, Art 136
Smith, Barbara 136
Smith, Barbara K. 136
Smith, Betty 115
Smith, Bob 44, 74
Smitlg, Carol 43, 58, 64,
Smith, Carolyn 136
Smith, Darlene 136
Smith, Debbie 136
Smith, Diana 115
Smitlg, Greg 46, 47, 59, 65,
Smith, Jon 136
Smith, Linda 136
Smith, Lynn 64
Smith, Marsha 56
Smith, Mollie 37, 41, 61,
99, 115, 157
Smith, Ovenia 126
Smith, Peggy 136
Smith, Randy 40, 47, 61,
Smith, Rex 126
Smith, Rick 115
Smith, Robert 73, 82, 116
Smith, Rocky 136
Smith, Ron 59, 63, 116
Smith, Ron 127
Smith Sally 46, 58
Smith, Sharon 136
Smith, Shirley 64, 127
Smith, Steve 127
Smith, Tom 127
Smith, Tony 127
Smith, Veronica 38, 136
Smitherman, Lynn 136
Snider, Kathy 64, 127
Snider, Veta 116
Snowden, Charles 72
Snyder, Bill 40, 116, 144
Soales, Mark 136
Soden, Charles 49, 72, 116
Sokol, David 73, 82, 127
Sokol, Mary Ann 62, 116
Sokol, Rita 40, 61, 127
Sokol, Susie 41, 116
Soneff, Carletta 116
Songer, Debbie 136
Southwick, Teresa 38, 127
Sparks, David 127
Sparks, Mike 136
Sparks, Monte 72, 85, 119,
Sprague, Rick 49, 73, 81,
Spratt, Barbara 136
St. Clair, Steve 127
St. Denis, Wayne 127
Stamp, Esther 127
Stanesu, Jerri 116
Stanley, Danny 136
Stanley, Linda 136
Steans, Carolyn 136
Stefke, Jean Ann 38, 41,
Stephens, Anita 136
Stephens, Delorce 127
Stephens, Kathy 38, 136
Stephens, Lella 136
Stephenson, Carol 116
Stevens, Elbert 137
Stewart, Christina 59, 116
Stewart, Karen 137
Stith, Dawn 116
Stohler, Mike 136
Stoker, Rita 116
Glenn 73, 137
Stone, Phyllis 57, 137
Stone, Polly 46, 57, 116
Stoops, Dan 127
Stoops, Pam 116
Stout, Twila 116
Stover, Faye 63
Stover, Joe 127
Stowers, Phylis 127
Strawther, Frank 137
Streeter, James 116
Stults, Pat 127
Sullivan, Margaret 58, 127
Summerville, Muriel 128
Surface, Floyd 128
Darlene 64, 116
Sutton, Howie 116
Sutton, Sandra 128
Swain, Brenda 40, 47, 57,
Meadow 40, 47,
Robert 85, 137
Swanson, Dave 116
Sweigart, Fred 73, 80, 85,
Swinehart, Karen 37, 58,
Swingley, John 116
Sykes, Pat 128
Sylvester, Susan 137
Tackett, Barbara 58, 61,
Talmage, Greg 116
John 78, 128
Karen 37, 43, 55,
Leatha 38, 41, 59,
Mary Ann 58, 117
Robert 80, 84, 137
Sharon 37, 128, 152
Theresa 38, 52, 58,
Teague, Charlie 137
Teague, Paul 117
Teague, Sheila 46, 58, 137
Tegge, Jack 117
Temple, Mike 117
Temple, Philip 137
Temple, Viclci 137
Thacker, Rick 117
Thacker, Ruby 62, 65, 128
Thacker, Sharon 137
Thoben, Mike 117
Thomas, Joe 117
Thomas, Rene 137
Thomas, Tania 137
Thomason, Gary 77, 128
Thomason, Sherry 137
58, 61, 137
Tooley, Marilyn 137
Tooley, Phil 117
Toombs, Julie 119, 128
Tounsenel, Mary 137
Trantham, Pam 38, 137
Trirrlible, Robert 37, 65,
Trindel, Marsha 60, 64,
Trinkle, Linda 117
Trotter, Barbara 137
Troup, Randy 137
Truglglood, Gene 73, 81,
Tucker, Jane 56, 61, 128
Tucker, Susan 137
Turner, Brad 128
Turner, Mike 40, 41, 65,
Turner, Shirley 117
Underwood, Patty 128
Upshaw, Beth 38, 58, 137
Van Buskirk, Barbara 128
Van Dalsen, Duane 47, 117
Van Dalsen, Thomas 137
Vanderbur, Tom 40, 58,
Van Dyke, Jan 58, 128
Van Dyke, Jerry 37, 38,
39, 41, 117, 145, 168
Van Dyke, Larry 117
Vanslgfleter, Frances 128,
Van Meter, Mary 117
Van Ness, Debby 38, 137
Vardaman, Kathern 47, 137
Vaughn, Gary 128
Vaughn, Michael 137
Vermillion, Melanie 63,
Vess, Steven 128
Vest, Lessia 128
Vetor, Mike 49, 73, 81,
Vogel, Robert 128
Vontress, Matoka 38, 128
Vores, Amy 137
Vores, Charles 62, 117
Vores, Nancy 57, 128
Voss, Steve 49, 72, 81, 84,
Wable, Lyn 46, 56, 137
Wade, Janet 128
Wade, John 117
Wade, Terry 137
Wages, Debbie 128
Waingcott, Elizabeth 57,
Walker, Bruce 80, 137
Walker, Christopher 137
Walker, Don 137
Walker, Jim 128
Walker, Jody 41, 47, 110,
Walker, Joe 137
Walker, John 137
Walker Wayne 128
Wallace, Darrell 137
Walters, Becky 65, 117
Ward, Ronnie 128
Wardwell, Howard 128
Warnell, Mike 62
Warner, Fred 78
Thompson, LeAnn 38, 41,
43, 53, 58, 128, 148
Thornburg, Jim 128
Thornburg, Julia 128
Thornburg, Tom 38, 39,
41, 46, 128, 153
Thurber, Gary 38, 49, 56,
73, 81, 137
Tibbett, Derrell 137
Tiemey, Bill 128
Tiffany, Nathan 128
Timmons, Tanya 40, 58,
Todd, Sue 41, 132, 137
Tolbert, Diana 117
Tolbert, Kathy 128
Tomlinson, Parn 38, 41,
Mike 58, 117
Sam 49, 78
Yvonne 59, 64
Cheryl 46, 117
Faye 128, 137
Sheila 64, 128
Wean, Bob 80, 137
Wean, Carol 62, 117
Elnora 63, 128
Webb, Gary 117
Wehrley, Bob 117
Wehrley, Ellen 41, 137
Weibel, Ursula 13, 40, 41,
Weis, Mary Ann 37, 56,
57, 119, 128, 143
Welling, Debra 137
Wells, Donald 46, 57, 128
Welsh, Deborah 40, 57,
Welsh, Neely 137
West, Sheldon 59, 117
West, Sherry 38, 46, 117
Weston, Pam 62, 117
Wheat, Laura 117
Whegler, Cathy 38, 57,
Wheelwright, Jim 40, 43,
532160, 75, 78, 119, 128,
Whelchel, Diana 46, 56,
VVhelchel, Kathy 61, 137
Whetsel, Ed 41, 128
Whetsel, Eunise 137
Whetsel, Vicki 117
Whicker, Butch 62
Whigham, Kerry 137
White, Albert 65, 128
White, Dixie 137
White, Melinda 39, 41, 59,
White, Mike 128
Whiteaker, Mickey 73, 80,
Whitmill, Bruce 38, 39,
46, 57, 137
Whitley, Tonya 128
Whitson, Katie 137
Whitson, N aomia 137
Wihebrink, Bob 137
Wihebrink, Patty 57, 61,
Wilburn, Rick 58, 137
Wilder, Mary Kay 37, 57,
64, 128, 160
Wilkerson, Juanita 128
Wilhite, John 118
Willhoit, Karen 64, 128
Willhoit, Rick 65, 128
Willhoite, Debby 137
Willhoite, Kathy 118, 137
Willhoite, Mary 137
Williams, Bob 28, 149
Williams, Brenda 61, 137
Williams, Dorothy 128
Williams, Gregory 118
Williams, Jay 118
Williams, Joan 38, 58, 137
Williams, Karen 40, 64,
Williams, Ken 128
Williams, Mary 137
Williams, Porter 128
Williams, Steve 56, 128
Williamson, David 128
Williamson, Dennis 128
Williamson, Denny 128
Williamson, Mary 137
Williamson, Penny 128
Willis, Dennis 62, 128
Willis, Frank 73, 137
Willis, John 128
Wills, Anita 137
Wills, Sharon 137
Wilson, Anita 118
Wilson, Evelyn 118
Wilson, James 128
Wilson, Liquita 128
Wilson, Patricia 137
Wilson, Ruth 137
Wine, Dave 38, 39, 118
Winkler, Bud 118
Winningham, Dave 137
Winningham, June 65, 118
Winton, Jack 78, 128
Wirthlin, Donna 128
Wise, Debby 57, 137
Wise Patty 137
Wisehart, Chris 128
Wisehart, John 128
Wisner, Chris 46, 58, 129,
Wisner, Ronna 46, 118, 155
Witsken, Mike 118
Wonders, Pam 38, 40, 137
Wood, Ed 128
Wood, Kathy 137
Wood, Mary Ann 58, 59,
Wood, Ralph 37, 38, 128,
Wood, Terry 118
Woodall, Arthur 137
Woodruif, Mike 40, 49,
72, 82, 119, 128, 164
W0odS,dJim 73, 82, 84, 128
Woolar , Mike 62, 118
Woolbert, Tim 57, 63, 118
Wright, Cheryl 128
Wright, Deborah 118
Wriggit, Ervin 63, 80, 85,
Wright, Norman 137
Wright, Tniddie 128
Wrin, Judy 137
Wulle, George 61, 65, 128
Wyatt, Eddy 128
Wyatt, Rodger 128
Wynn, Robert 73, 81, 137
Wysocki, Sharon 137
Young, Gary 118
Young, Mike 38, 80, 128
Young, Robert 137
Youngblood, Mary 128
Zachary, Don 80, 85, 137
Zachary, Larry 85, 128
Zachary, Scott 78, 137
Zearbaugh, Pam 38, 137
Zerkel, Kathy 119
Zink, Ray 118
Zink, Sharon 46, 62, 128
Zion, Bill 128
Zirkelbach, Jean 52, 58,
Zirkelback, Patricia 128
Zirlcggback, Tom 73, 81,
Zorabedian, Cheryl 118
Zuck, Michele 58, 64, 128
The 1968 Indian is printed on 100 pound Satina gloss enamel.
Headlines are 30 point Weiss Roman and 24 point Weiss Roman
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The returning 18-member staff Indian began its tough
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nonchalant, pace. VVith the first deadline came the reali-
zation that producing a yearbook took time and con-
centrated effort. The staff first organized into one unit
to choose a theme that saluted the 20,000th graduate,
and new staff adviser Mr. Larry Barnhart kept the staff
at its chosen goal. The work proved to be hard, time-
consuming, and frustratingg but the different staff per-
sonalities mixed well so that good humor seemed to pre-
vail even in the most tense moments.
Mr. Frank Woschitz, representative for Paragon Press,
was an important key to the production of the bookg he
provided that extra push and enthusiasm which enabled
the 1968 Indian Staff to provide its readers with an ac-
curate and individualized record of the year.
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Mr. Frank Woschitz ..... ...... P aragon Press
S. K. Smith Company. . .
Mr. Russ Forkner ......
Mr. William Stookey ....
National Studios, Inc.. . .
. . .Group Photographer
. .Feature Photographer
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