Arlington High School - Accolade Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1966

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Indiana DE 2 Activities page 54 fi X' ig Academics page 18 Wg? ff L t f E W 1 ei g Z j - ' ' It . 3: ,,,. , I A ,i 1 -1i' F Q my R QV f xG1i2N4 Athletics page 100 -35tf?f392'eg :.,,. .,K. ,J i-' Album page 1 f , 1 1 iat. f Q"' Advertising page 190 'ji ff up '4 ' .fy W I I t 5 ,511 1 f-.,, .. ., , 'L Ag f 4 T Eff ffflef f rfffkf 6 fvfkywfffkf S' I 3 it U with an Arlington accent THE 1966 ACCOLADE TELLS THE CONTINUING STORY OF ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL AND OF THE STUDENTS AND THE ALUMNI REACHING OUT INTO VASTER AREAS ' -Q' ,3::gi.i1.,, 3 flfk ' W 3 it rfffkf 6- fvfkywff R With an Arlington accent Horizons Widen As Active Arlingtonites lilil-LXKIIIRHIIQII . . . Ent-oilrugvd by the unfultt-ring support of fellow letter- mvn Q-nior Illvk frflllllllllll is the x'arsity's 'scrappiest' player. Arlingtonites are the stalwarts of a new generation, 3200 active people provoked to accept challenges and to challenge others. Knights are the mainstream of a community as living, breathing individuals who reached out to grasp and understand the pleasures and the perils of our world. The Arlington story is a never ending one. Hardly stopping to catch their breath, students moved from one year, from one activity to another. Arlington High School was a stationary structure, but its pupils had the go-power to stretch its boundaries. Learning was symbolic, a tradition of the Arlington institution. Fulfilling its intricate framework, Knights reached out with a proud spirit. Enthusiasm was the key word, enthusiasm as a freshman attended his first pep session, as a sophomore tackled the dis- section of a fetal pig, as a junior decorated for his prom, as a senior wore his burgundy, navy, and white. FTHT --.4 lv "1 l L1 'll I 11. el S,'xN't'x's ljuwvruvvx . . . Besides niarcliingr in parades. lvutldsiileil ruiiketl tirst dixisiun in wilt:-st. Explore New reas Mkt ft VS.. HUMECUXVIING . . . After u nine week stuy in St. llrieue. Fratice. LU. Hunurs Prngruin student. senior Man Nlvlhy. returns to Indianapolis. rf ,Q PROOF . . . Climaxing four years of studies and activities, Student Council president, joins the ranks of Arlington graduates. .Xl.i1i:'l'Ni-:ss IN Acfriow . . . Before thc quiz tcam's match nilh Snutllborl, Channel l3's "Exercise In Knowl- cdgch lNlNll'l'LllHl'. Ct-orgc Yville,-lord, talks with three-ycai' "quiz kid." senior ,Ion llcard. Seniors Garner Honors for uperior ehievement t l :X freshman worked simple quadratic equa- tionsg a sophomore studied Shakespeare through fulius C'i'l6'SlIl'Q a junior memorized the Preamhle to the Constitution: a senior experi- enced the rigors of political campaigns. Col- lectively, Golden Knights reached out with minds and desires for answers, prohing the depths of the past. exploring the promises ol' the liuture. Stimulated hy educators, parents. and other teens. students learned lessons in connnon sense as welt as in the theories ol loreign pol- icy and nuclear physics. Scholars sought prool' ol their achievements. the honors pre- sented hy academic departments. lliausch and Lomh, and Betty Crocker. 19" e . ,awp- .51 Slanwilas . . . Awardcd for their community and school serxice in tht "Hurd Start" prograin and on thc IANCEH stall, seniors Fran lfullaglicr and Hclcn Hall rcccncd Optimist Lluh awards. aged-2 BAVSCH AND LUMB . . . Recipient of the coveted award for outstanding uvlmirfw- mvnt in sc-icncaf. sy-ninr Larry Carroll is Ll twu-yt-ur vcts-rail 1 f llu- St'it'Il1" Svlllillill 7!zeae Z Zaeaywheae HUAIENIXKEI: . . . SL-niur P11111 Hillzry 4113114-:I nhl "Helly Cl'1Il'!il'1' l'lllI1lk'IllLlIU'ln of 'l'1l11'vl'1'1:xx"' 41wn1'sl Ivy LlClliPNillg tha- tmp smlx- nn ll slLlIl1lLll'diM'll If-NI. ,flew 6 xxn KIM its . , . lflt-rlt-d Iiroin i-ulnlidulws from 4-in-li sm-nior honn-room. ini 1 Xlnrx Xllvn wi ns ns l'Nr3 "lloun-1-outing lxlll1'1'll.k 'Wneae 5 igaeaywlzeae Delegates of Beaut Reign Count -Wide The image of Arlington was brightened in the public eye as ambassadors of beauty reigned throughout the City. An Arlington sophomore was chosen by Boy Scouts as this year's representative of the "feminine set," a senior radiated warm it-harm as the Queen of Light. a junior worked at-tively with the Junior Heart Board. a senior diligently involved herself with Junior Achievement and reigned as their queen during the Trade Fair. and a senior combined beauty with brains as 1965 Homecoming Queen. Queens displayed grave in the community. 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'lima . . . l'urlis-ipgrliiig in the lI1llt'I'-Clif' Siu- ilvnl lfounvil program. sr-nior l.Lll'l'y Yousc visits silltlvllls lo talk ulnoul sf-clioiial sporlsinansliip. 7!aeae 5 Zaefzffwhefze Beyond choolis Boundaries, Knights Lead Community Through study and interest, Knights reached out be- yond the call of duty as alert participants in community affairs. Centering on Arlington, students became in- dividuals as interested, knowledgeable citizens. Knights who anticipated world prolilenis and helped make a com- munity dream a reality felt the influence of the seed of Arlington tradition which five years ago was planted and now could not lie stifled. Wlorking in activities. a freshman IllCl1llJ?1'OfTl'l-Hi-Y, il sophomore Goldenaire. a junior drum major, and a senior "Arlington" representative prepared themselves lor adult responsibilities. Y ,- lil-lllll-LHB lx Corrlixmri-Lxr . . . Seniors Bill Hudson and Karen Dietz attend an govt-rnincnt COIlfK'l't'IlFt' at North Central sponsored by Birch Bayll. Jin M. ff , " , 1 fix ' 2 , Z ff? if W 75:'1'3v3-' f IJNAFT . . . Ueetillg Clk flmxnlnwn after Illbllfilillg in thu- XPI4-run's Hay mruclv. se-niur Miko MILIIIIS .mi fuplwllmnrw- Curl Cilfl' :'m-flaw! on xw1'l1i lll'UlJ,It'lll KLHQKTIIIIQL lL1lllxlllf'll illlll llmft age' sll11lvn!s. we pn iiniif, igwxb rw QQ: W 1 W iii A f if W 'iff f , EQ 'GSS X 1 f V I Nwflf? Y .Sv ' A' v.a,.mf'M' ty .f "dv - ,W ive, .pf PM ,L 4 . J- W N w,ia11'4" QW' "' I , 1Il I.'l'I.l:+1 I31:1v.s l"mr1'1:xl,I, . . . 5flHIlN1'lill2 .1 fliu-lv'ixlunulm-1'pm-n'I'n1'x1uu11vcof"0Il1:-IIN." VIXX fuml Qhiw IIl'lIN'l'S. iuniur.lux1vKlwKu3 41z1miB11'N, Nl. l.. ltm-.mllu-1 part win lln- Iivkm-I prim- for ilu- -lgulillm Ibuml. I l lirgwzlzrixmi . . . De-nmuuliug l't'SI'lt'lQ'l. Q47-xmimws Rita Randall. Ca Ss uie-r. und l,imlu S1-l1w1-igcr. www- 1-lm-If-fl us the Colm' guard. l . Jleae 'Wneae 5 Zaedywfzeae SPUKIQMIAN . . . Xfle-r llnrw- xixils lo Iln- lnmlcliunax- I H113 'Nll,N.w Q1 l'l-,XB . . . X1ilIlllllll1'il lry uvtiw- la-In-mme-11. svniors Joyce Huclclles I pulls l'lXk'llLlllg1'tllllll.N'lll0l'Sll'Vl' XYllgg4Ill1'IAi'X- lull. tlimly I'1ulln-1. ,llllmiur tIunniv lla-cw. rl-igning qm-en. unl sl-niur ,luvkiv Ill'1'NSl'i his mulls:-rvutimlsul'the-clulm'sprug1'a1u1. lllIllgLl'Zl.lIl'1l. xwn- lwumwmi ul llxv clulvl annual infurulul fling. .Kpril 1. THE PEOPLI-2,5 CHUICE . . . Acclaimed as the most active and dynamic senior class president, Ken liush initiutezl the senior standing committee. Knights Afield, in Class Create CArlington9 pirit The Arlington spirit was cheering, campaigning, speaking out, welcoming newcomers, who like native Knights, reached out into activities with spirit. lt began in September as vacationers laughed over the errors of IBM and entered the seemingly incomprehen- sible worlds of modern math and English composition. Settling into a routine, Knights rehearsed for school pro- grams ancl stewed over college exams. Promoting L'Project - Senior on Top," seniors elected vivacious officers while government students pitched into politics with a month-long mocli campaign. A11 the while, the real flavor of a new year, exchange students, Hans Kamps and Margot Orrego, experienced life as friends and neighbors in an interested community. With the new year of 366, optimistic seniors ordered name cards and celebrated usenior days" a la lemonade and WIFE while underclassmen struggled to grow up. Jamming in cars en route to the Hinlile Sectional, fans partied through the three-day frolic. Occupied by the Fine Arts Festival, deadlines, and job obligations, Knights reached out in the year's final activities with Hspring fevern and Mgraduationitis." With exuberance, Knights offered tradition a portion of pride clearly associated with 1966. ll.M'l'1Nli5S ls lNn1AxAPoL1s ron ,X YEAR . . . AFS ex- change students. Hans Kamps and Margot OlI'Pgtl. spent their senior year with the Harry L. Atkinson family and the Francis Preston family, respcctixelx. w Z, f Q ek. 4? .M 5" Q f V' A v P iS? 4 s f K 1 , 5 ,, 1 I y x X 2 xxx y 5 X Q haf X x fp NJ , A QE f 'H I "mu lllu '. , 4 HPI.-XIINIIII' Nlurglclxl. . . . .Xl'lllt'Xillg Ll run s1'IDlAt' uf H3 on ilu- Nulimml X11-rit S4-lwlurxlxip ls'-I. fhmlisls am- lfmnt mwb Byron Burns. Stun Xlnllml I nk Xl1nNlclImx 1Imk1-mr lu Xll I ll ll: ml I mx 4 nmll V1 x I llll lml l1lIfjNIl 'Q'---,,. "'1ltq.,. fr W W-.Ln M -b: 4' ' un-:n.,w -. .4 --w..,,,,...,. W ? Sljlllll' . . .f +111-fn-nah, x ff'-...f.,g,9, . Illtliilllllfifilh Sim' 5p::rlsw1'ilm'1'. lhulp Williams, dix- vm-vs ilu- Nuung l.ln1'lsim11 .Xllnlf-tw i.m1fv1'1-mv ul11rl1 Nl'l1lUl" ll. H. Kin ge-ry :mal lhm- Tlmlngmm llllK'Il1ll'Kl in Xugufl. .. . A . L LI b 114111: i ol"'A lhn' XVHNIJEIK ...A 'Klan H1-lby. Sllllll'llI Collllvil and svninr alms Xil'l'-lll't'Nill1'lll. xwn H1-giwllul Sl'il'lll't' lfqxir llUlll'bl'S with hix photo-1'l1'l'll'il' ligllllillg 001111111 0Xpm'l'ilm'l1I. Alefze M' '7fneae 5 gueaqwfneae Seeking Expanding Opportunities, Knights Perfect lndividual Talents Capturing the spirit of learning, Knights broad- ened their horizons hy reaching out with ever-de- veloping talents. After years of training and ex- perience. those who cared enough sought leading roles. forming bonds of companionship as leaders Am' in youth activities and as champions promoting competition. Still others gave time in the city as , skilled workers, but all students. freshmen and My seniors alike, became friends. a talent within the reach of every Knight. lluN43l41l:'l' Xllw'lIII-ISS .... loining lop high Nl'llllUl llIll'lt'lLlllN. llllliul lhlllflf Kilt-:ll hlrllvd in L1 "Salute to the l,l'1'Nllll'lllu Xlllll 'P .ll Nm-xx lurk l.lij s l.:1l'ni-gn Hall. DEI-'ENDER . . . Honored at the spring sports banquet, 5'7" basketball guard. senior Dick Cftlllllillll, rates as the teanfs "Most Valuable Defensive Player." l5 f " Q l a Jew YIINK. Tun . . . la-ading thc Knight xarsity lianis. sinioi xltllxllil loipstick and junior Yancy 'l'aylo1'. practice wuli thc rcs! nl llu' ad Iwicc weekly and conduct Knighll Klu lu p1.ulln.s. A 7!neae Z Zaeaqwfaeae 1. rlingtonites Reach Gut lflanked by linal grades, pronis. and college accep- tances. Arlingtonites reached out in anticipation of new things and new places. Knights received personal satisfaction by seeing the sick and the handicapped respond to the attention they had given as Hcandy stripersi' and Crossroads volunteers. On Awards Day four years of effort were recognized through scholar- ship honors and service presentations. As seniors graduated. they reliected on the past and looked to the future. Knights had cared to make last- ing friendships and to learn practical lessons which would carry them through their lives. The merits ol' other Arlington grads were well- lounded in colleges and businesses throughout the world. lieca use i966 Knights had also grasped knowl- edge. used talents wisely. and participated actively. they lelt Arlington as a united body aware that each person would always be reaching out here. there, and exerywhere. and always with an Arlington accent. fw- 'Y' M ,sf Vi. 1 . Hizwxuoiv: Wouk . . . Junior Debbie Schmidt hnds the real satisfaction of giving hcr time to thc disabled children at llro-sroads Rehabilitation Center. for Personal atisfaction, World Responsibilities WINNER . . . Walking in the footsteps of past Stale Champions. junior Miko l.i-ntz plan-4-fl tliii at the State Wrestling Meet at Southport High School. S 'I msl'I'l'xIl'lY . . . 'lluliiii-' ln-r wliniv ai iliiiit' Iills to lloinniuiiitx Hospital uplIt'llluI't' Slit-lly Xvtlif-ry is ai "Punt lllllvl' 'i niirsi-N xml. it 1 if je 5 s r 4 4 U 1 3 N 1 . I ,, an Jn M , ..r,. -l- - -M ' 1 1 Q it N , .Nj ' :swf , in gg? " Q- f W. Tix A .XWN53-v4?', Xm5k'!',ffQ:?'1'5f4'5fN't'W'.,, 1 m:H1,Lsf14:c:5? :gs uw 1' f 1 f ' ,gf 1- Y gg T , 4'- ., i , 'C Lg, 1 nf A Liv- e Q 351' 'Z 'fd 'sf . J E? . ' -' 'XA 'mf ,X Q w 4' if - iffy ' ' X t 'Wm Y V qfgif .l ,X ,fm iv. ?,sQ?g4,t.lr, 'Snug 2.5 X, ,ut -an .wr , .f,,4,,.M i af. N, iffy ,n 1 2, , , ' 2 4 fa A Nskwzwfh- '1' 9,9 Xxx 1' X, 3' J 49 7 'fs ,, Rikapg ,ff'."i1'AA,'N 42,6-mi M Y 4 'f 4- im? mfi.,g.fr, X Q 'M - f fly 7 7'-f s-Wh . 4. ,-gf,-5 Ang-f, ' f , ef, ,s?fgT 0-H . , ' my Tfffkf EVEKYWIMKE with an rli ngton accent OIR Academies Our minds. with an accent on academic achievement. are reaching to ,grasp new concepts and to conquer new fields of scholastic endeavors. The scope of our minds is infinite, and as we strive to fulfill the needs of our intellect. we augment our comprehension of this vast world hy building with bricks of learning experience. Devveyis Den of Decimals 5 I BOOK REPoRT's DUE . . . Junior Dana Winn takes advantage of the library's l't"9lblll't"P!S as he searches for a contelnpnrury nnvtl. - - The Library Serves Serving as the center of learning, the library offered a quiet atmosphere and abundant soprces of information. Fifteen thousand books and paperbacks and sixty-five dif- ferent magazines were available to students for both research and enjoyment. Circulation reached a high of two thousand. Pamphlets. folders. and newspaper clippings covering a wide field of interests gave additional information when needed for term papers or essays. Equipped with pictures. photographs. and diagrams that aided in giving class discussions and reports. a new art file expanded through the year with contributed items. For the first time. classes occupied the library annexes which were previously utilized by study hall students. This yielded an opportunity for new students to learn about and to use the library's facilities and procedures. such as the Dewey Decimal System. the card catalogue. and the Readerls Guide to Periodic Literature. Forty students enrolled in Library Experience l-IV aided five librarians in stamping and shelving books. and en- couraging reading through library exhibits. Mfrs. MArmAim'r Scimosnlr- -MS Hantm-r College. lndiuna Uni- versity and Butler University. Mrts. GERALDINE DEHART- MS Butler Univt-rsity xersity and llutler University. Mus. Eb5ll.l'lli l'lAxnLToN--BM Jordan College of Nlusic and Butler. UNA1sn1m:Ev . . . Mr. Wcbstt-r's dic- tionary gives st-ninr Vicki Merritt word origins as she 4-tnnplz-tvs a tit-1'ix'ative-s assignment. A As Nucleus for Learning Q i f i 2' lil' ANU AWAY . . . Lilmiry assistants Nanvy Hunt um Sllvryi Dixon n--slirflvaf Iimiks according tn the Dvwvy Ucciuiul Systi-In use-Ll in must lilmrarivs. QUIET! . . . Using the iiiJ1'El1'y for its purposessstudy and 1'Gf61'0I1CC'-- pupils devote free time I0 1'4?SC2l1'Cll. ADVISE!! . . . Department head .lean Wood teaches accele- rated freshman English and advanced senior composition. -xgegw 'ie' g veg 3,1 1 Enroll 111 Englishg An enrollment larger than that of the entire school char- acterized the English Department. Some 3.171 students assigned to required grammar and literature courses also chose elective courses in drama. speech, debate and discus- sion. publications. or creative writing. English Vg students made Shakespeare come alive by constructing a model of the Globe Theatre. Punishment in medieval England was illustrated by the full-size stocks built by an English V111 pupil. Speech students learned the power of effective communi- cation by presenting speeches of persuasion. eulogies, and demonstrations. Those excelling in this course were en- couraged to participate in Forensics. a group which traveled throughout the state in debate tournaments and competitive contests. The English Department also edited Reflections, an annual publication composed of stories and poems written by students. English class enrollment too gave students the opportunity to enter into competition in the Scholastic and Atlantic Monthly lllClzQ,'llZI.ll6'.S'. creative writing and poetry contests. Developmental reading offered upperclassmen. as well as freshmen. a chance to improve their reading speed and comprehension by using "word pacersli and reading films. ...,...--suv A lllllliklli or Tttlvas . . . .luniors ,lane Klein and Debbyliryant create amateur nnisterpieces in their English V class, as course prirnatrily designed to increase linowlczlge of grammar and composition. 5 ma.....v.a..v.,...4 mn nwnun. .t ...vu umm ,i tmnn-Ls.. 1 D i t i t Explore GMerrie Olde Englandf Comma Blunders .Q ,t ' 1 yj ,X, X xx STOCKED AND BONDED . . . English VIII students. seniors Run Stnttglitnn and lint Meyers, tlt-n1nn'l1"tte tlu- tt Q- nl l'ur itan-style Stocks. English VIII is a study uf English literutnrt' invluding tln- wnrlif of Slut I First ruw-MARY Kun AI.LISUNf - BA Butler Uni- versity BIARY BENEDIC1' f MA Butler University MRS. SH1RLm' B1cKi-:RTUN -- AB Butler University AIRS. SARAH BRA'1'TUNilXlAT lndianu University Second ruw f- MRS. Btmwng Btruutck- A BS Bull State University JERRY BUTLER e - MS Butler University DANIEL CARTER A -BA Earllium Cullegt- MRS. HARRIET1' CLARK -- MA Butler University Third row - MRS. BIAXINE CLARK - fe MA lndianu Unive1'sity MRS. GLADYS lJuNAL5uN - MS Butler University PATRICIA EGAN fe BS Hanover Cullegt- ALICL: JANE HI-l5SLER f MA Butler University fi' 9 Q4-if i l ' s it r 'Y ff an Q, 41+ . aww Y X tk 2 1 I ,-M, . WMI 'wap- 7 ,, ' W 1 I Q fu -a x W WI ? ww Rig, 5 iff ik I First 1-mv f Must CLAREN.x HUF!-'lNG'1'0N f U5 Indiana Cen' trul Cnllcgv ,I mms ,lm-txwx W BIA Indiana Unite-rsity Mtn. DMN!-L K1-11.Lt-31' - AIS Indiana University Mus. Ct N'l'IlI x iXI1lH4lI2S-' -- MS University of Cincinnali Sm-fiiitl row f Lomas lklml' ---- f BIA Butler University and Wist-n11sit1 Uitiwrfity SH mow l'l:mA1t'1' f MS Uniwrsity uf Southern Illinqiis Yuwwn Iitmt: t W- BA Butle-r University Stir: .th N R1'r'1't1l: -- IIX Ilutler Uiiivt-1'sity 'lliird row f 51 nw Stmrstw 115 liutlt-r Uniwrbity H mutt' D. 51, Lux' tw ff- NIA Butler University Mus. N mu' 'I',fu1.uta -- BS Butler University Jtmrgs Illmxw V-H ISA De-Pztuw University. Butler University. and Intliatia Ilnix ersity Fuurtli rim Mun. IJILRYL Vxttcirxx- -MA Butler Univer sity, Ilniwrsity of Cinvinnati. and Purdut- Uniwetsity CL.xtu Wmvlalt - MS Indiana University Mus. JEAN Wtmtmxvmltn--KIA Indiana Unixersity and Uni- vt--1'sity of Miultigan Mun. IMx'r:t1,t S. WYA'r'rf fMA East Ct-ntral Start- Coll.-ge and Iltlivcrsity of Oklalumta AND THIS Is -X SUCK . . . Ssitiur lluli Trees, Imeginning 1l1'LllUl', aut-tiunb off an l1IlIlL't'dCLl pair of Cl11'lSIIlli1S sucks "with those pupular burgundy and navy Cllillllflllfliiu lu 111611111015 of his Speech I Class in his de111u11-stration of the art of selling. M. tg Q V V 1,11 fgkklziii Mit Wm. pt' , Et 1 'U limi' Q' we fl? ' AIXIIIEIG-KI.S?l . . . Listening to His. .lunv Exlifon playing lln- mu-iv Wl'llll'Il ln um-olmipuiiy olll Engli-lx lmllmlx gmfl lllil1ll'lgLllS., senior English Sillill'lll5 gain new inipn-sfions of ilu- 1111-4li4-xwul writing-. Tlrammariansi Elect Drama, Speech, Composition READ NIUCIIA? . . . Develo Jmcntul I'L'LlCliHl'. 21 vourse now rea uirc-rl for l,IN-lvl' . . . As freflinmn l,illll4'lil l'ri1-.- loolv on. fIl1a1'l1:s Slllfurl nmlu-Q r- l graduation, inlprou,-s om-5 reading rule- uml te-xl rwnnpre-ln-naion. an Imurfl display in un lfnglixll l "rl-guling l'Hlllfl'.u ,W RQ Q. .AW ,pd u L.: fa, A 3 K i 4 all X Qu x 25 ig 4 4 if ff iti'4133??5j , L sl Ulf' it 1+ 'Iii . l 5 S w"Ms M915 sta" F . 5 c . c r"'Ziy at Q. ,J ,pn lx. 1. ,.,. , N xi 4 l'lmH1s-.Ellt . . . William Fisliliack, Foreign Language Department In-ad. reads in l'r1rr'.s llufcli - l"rance's answer to Life. STRATEGY . . . In the study of second year French, students become acquainted with the districts of Paris as well as with the geographical regions and customs of the nation. Fluent Linguists Look to Advancing Opportunities, 5 av f 1 sl X 4 , st 'fu 5 E lNhlIll-L H'i'ol:Y . . . lilttllll-WUl'li aids language students in writing it ily l'tPll,lllQ.lLlllllllS l'Ul'l'Ct'llj' and orgunimig sm-iitcm-cs. "Mais la vache savait nagerlw "But the cow knew how to swim!" wasian example of the poems, stories, and novels used by the Foreign Language Department to increase students spoken comprehension. ln French classes, students listened to recordings of poetry and popular French songs. Sharpening their conversational abilities, they tuned in on radio broadcasts from Montreal, Canada. The programs included discussion groups, news programs, and occasionally, soap operas. Meanwhile, Ger- man scholars practiced their chosen tongue by reading literature like Friedrich Schilleris William Tell and by singing German carols at Christmas. Spanish students polished their knowledge of vocabulary by playing uPass- wordi' and 6'Hangman." Beginners studied their language's native land by drawing maps of Spain and Mexico. Virgil and Plato were the subjects of learning in Latin while derivatives explored the development of English from the old world languages. N Three new teachers added their skills and ideas to the department. Mrs. Regula Lorand, Mrs. Cynthia McHoes, and Enrique Pujals pooled resources with seven others to form an international staff. Assisting their instructors, the six LU. Honors Program participants fulfilled one of their pledges by making instruc- tion tapes and tutoring pupils who had fallen behind the class. They also drilled the classes on intonation, pronuncia- tion, and vocabulary. ,ff Translation kills -cf-sk Q1 mn lf. ---, '. Inch Hour, I1 LIIXF fun . . . Gt:'l'lNLlIl QXFSR-r Hum KLIIIIIJS gin-x N IIIIHIJICN lc-llc Lilllfllldll and Huh Spulltnm llll' lam-HI wurml funn ll1Nl1Ul1lt'i1lWl1 Dmiumnd Ce-rnmxly. 'Y' X .f Q X -4-aff" .,,, .Xl.N1us'l'! . . . Ellllllf' .laxrxis swing at il Spunislx-lilw pinutu. First row- - Mus. Cxmn. Ilumn XI.'1'l-LH IEA l'niw1--ily ulU1'l'g1rll lil-101:05 l"PlLlbNl XN ffll.X HLlll4bXl3l'll4lllQ'QI1' uml lmliunu lniwlsily W1I,1,1m1 lfmlnzuglc ,NIA Indiana Ilxmixf-1-,ily .lwlm Kx'rslxl:m'ul.1.m IH lmliumlllf-11t1'ul llullvgl- Sl'4'lllll'l row -Nllis. HHH 1.1. LHNXNI: lll lqplwl 'lll'Lll'lll'l4N Cullu- lllliwrsity uf Zurivh. Swim-rllxml uml MAT llllllllllil lllliw,-1'Nity Mus. Allilllll-Qlllii l,UIi'l'II,l,X MX lllmixf-wily uf Iluxum l1lNHlQl Ii ,l. l'l ,um f Nl X l niw-nity ul' l'lLlNklIlLl Nlni. lXlXIlCXRlS'l' Rncmzs f MAN lmliunu lrlmiu-wily' 33' f "XXI XX ln-Ill llwlu '- ,,,, V: I' 4,- W, fc . Q.- 1 Z Q , ..... xx, , X X l ., 7 , Q N , , X , ,I ..,.. f X ,V ,ai A , ' ..., , Y N VKX! ,. ' g Q Vim ww ,luux .XLL1-:xl IIS liullvr UlllX4'l'NllX' S4-1-mul nm' - Nlrgnlms ,IUHDAN 4 MA Butler Unnusm RXl,l'll l.. l:Xll.l-IX' XIX llutln-r llniwrxity Hum lil lNlxH5l-Q7 XIAX lmliunu lniwrfitj. llrlxl XXIIN ll. l'lUll'I - XIS llulllfr llnlu-rxily Ll-:HN Xllll KU!-1l:lzEl: -MQX SLllXLlI1ll'iLll1 Svlllillally. N N mu l'lnl:rLl:'l' llrgxm IIS llutlm-1' l'niu-rsily null xlLll'lllll'll1' lTniu-rfily XVll.r.1xu Hmuw BIS lk-xlni-mm llniu-wits uml lmliunu lfxliu-min , , . . , . . , . V . , , . .. llxml rms "l,1lN.Xl.ll Xlnxlxx --- MAX Illlllilllil L IIIXQINI mx lullx ll1bLXIlQw XIX xilllillfiilitl uml lmlmnu Nah' llllX'f'l'blllPS , y v 1 . Xlns. l x'rl:1c:1x Xlxl lam' ff MA llutlcr lll1lX'f'l'S1lX Nm-mul nm El.l:m:1' Hmw:1.l. MA Xvilllilrll lhflll-gl-. llltllklllil llni- TXIIIS. ELlzxlsE'1'u Nl-LUIANN 4MAX Hl1ll0l'Lll1lXCl'hlIX 1-wily lixle-nfiml and Ulllltl' llrliwrxity Xl uni Nl '1"l'A1.l, - US Bllllt'1' llrlive-1'sit5' l'xl 1. HI 'mn XIS Uutlvr llniwrfily ,lnux Sll xmg Imliunu fll'Illl'ill Culll-gc and llutlu l muh Xllax. xlXINQXIil-fl' .lX'Nl'lll'l' Xl:X llniwrxity of llllll'lllIlLlll and Hullvr lsllllliil XVHNXIXN V NIA Purcluv ljxliu-1'sity and lmullc IllXll- :nw of lln- N ll-,Illu XXr1l:l-1 Xml lIlX'l Nlhlllfl . . NN'4'r'1l 1"' l L RN Q 4ul'lll , XII I mmnll 1 llnx l .x lm.--up fluringn10111-4:l'1l1v Xllnrilm lfuu lull. ,ug ll Social cientists lnvestigate World Scene, Politics Illllf' COUYSCS ranging ffljlll CCUIlUlTllCS. gUVt'l'lllllttIll. and reading for honors ta college preparatory assigninentt. to Latin American civilization and psychology. nineteen Social Studies teachers challenged pupils to hecome "trouble shooters, in regard to political activities. Another course. international relations, projected controversial discussions of American foreign policy in Viet Nam and of other signifi- cant international incidents. Supplementary reading booklets gave an in-depth study to areas of U.S. history. and the department attained its goal by locating a political and physical map in every classroom. World History students utilized an outline prepared hy Arlington instructor William Hering in conjunction with two other city teachers. Seniors participation in the mock election afforded them experience in campaigning and voting, in addition to an insight into the World of modern politics. Q!-W nv 1 ADMINIsTR,xToll . . . ,lolin Nlorris is Social Studie-s Dtpartina nt In-ml C4lYliR'NfXIEYIi . . . Fcnior Karen Dietz reports Iii ha-r gn-1-t-I,-1-tn. d goin-rinnf-nt class in a sulmit-ct of national 4-onrcrn. .Xi.A1os'r Lim: 131-Luc 'I'ni:N'ii'-Uxiz . . . tlont-luding tln- gon-riinit-nl and ccononiics mock election. this noxicc xotcr had lcarncd thi- inccllanics of xoting ln-r prcfcrcncc hy straight ticket or scratclicd ballot. we 29 ' 'l'r.s1 'I'11:11 Iir:rg1'1L1: . . . .II1-sirlcs il1Xr'lllol'Illg tl1'IlLll'IIIIl'lll 1'tIllIIDIllt'l1l. Nlcrlc NN11111111-r. Sc1c11c1- lJt'IlLll'Illll'Ill llctlfl, tcaclics biology and Sl'Il'Ill'l'. It E First row ,I XMI-is ,-Nlslmlt mi NIS llltliillltl ll11i11-rsity. IIl'lIL1Iltl Stalc 1 . . . . . l IlINt'l'SllN. tllltl I'111'1Ir1:- llIllNt'liSllN Num ,Nvmrptzsox NIS No1'tI1y1'cslc1'11 lIlINl'l'S 1 Experimentation Assists Specialized excursions. field trips. and laboratory practice played important roles i11 the Science Department. III the natural sciences. beginning biology students applied their accumulated book knowledge to real specimens by diss sccting worms. craylish. and fetal pigs in order to study their functions i11 relation to those of the human being. !ANtlN'ilIll't'll biologists took their classroom experiences to Iicld and stream in a study of plants and animals i11 their Ilillllftll habitats. Chemistry students delved into the mysteries of structure. bonding. valence. and chemical reaction. and experimented lo prove their Hndirigs i11 tI1e laboratory. Pupils enrolled i11 physics learned to understand the theories of motion. cnergy. light. mechanics. and Ill1ClC3I' physics by solving mgitlieinalical problems. The Virgil "Gus" Grissom Planetarium provided a lab for astronomy classes and served as an educational point of I!lIPl'E!'l for visitors. James Abraham. Planetarium Director. conducted "star parties" so that students could more realis- tically yiew tl1e heavenly bodies. After passing a comprehensive science examination. fifteen students interested in more technical knowledge attended Science Seminar. making a total of fifty Knights having at- tended i11 four years of participation. PM - ,ZX 1 . , . .I ' HI ssrL1.1. Ilxslxtlrl' IIS Er11'Il111111 l,olI1-gc. llutlcr Il1111c1's11y i NN'11.1.1ty1 Ilrzss NIS llutlcr Llllll lllillilllil llllINf'IiSlIIl'S 1 i l 1 . . 5l'1'IlIlIl row liNNlU llrxsu NI! I11rIi11n.1 ltnixcrsity I . . , . I.o11- f.lINNI'.N Nl N lil,lilt'l' and lllllllllltl llllltt'l'slllt's I l NNlII,I, Ilxyltis NIS l1i1Ii1111a1Str1tc I niycrsily . E , EIDIFIIC I"os11:1: NIS lilllll'I' ll11iv1-rsity 1 t I - '5 .1 'IN .1 f'A?v 'I'l1i1'1l1'o1y Nl1:s.tL1.11nsx111-.llooo 'IISI311ll1-1-l'11i.1-rsily I ICy11111-:'1"1 CIQIQIAIX V NIN Ilall Statc llIlIN'4'l'SlIN i S'1'r:x11N Nlx1:'1'1x IIS I11dia111r1 Static ll11i11-rsity and N'i11c.n11:-s llni i N1'l'SIlN Ito1+:1411'1' Nl+ll1.11:1 NIS llllllillltl I llIXl'I'SIIN 3 50 .AY 1 -: ts-95. . x 1 ' wkf f X X X X Q f. X . . X .- J' M v .,.. my f'--ek,-s ugiew' Q9 ak Q y 5' Y O , fx W - 5 Scientists in nderstanding Natural Phenomena ., v ' - 5-X 9, X, . W' fWi'v'2 tw? ' N541 Q St 1 S P,xl:'l'NI-ins IN Sl litirtss? . . . Huxing applis-11 t1,t'Ill'l'ilI l'lli'lIliNIl'y fllllfllllllvllllllx iuniors TQ-1l l"IivlX and Xtun-5 I.ill'wlPHl'IIl' .mail lllt'0lll4'1Illl1' STAR PARTY . . . Gazing through the te-If-Scope for a Ci'l'fAliIl ftur. sUilll1lIllUl't' Hn-nl Pricv lulws arivanlalgv of hi astronomy classes' "star party." Star partie-S arc he-ld 4,-ucll scxllvstr-1' as introdllctions to the vourw. ' 'lui ' 4 ,- :t . .' , . ,y Hfgqv ' ' 7 , . 4? -. M it AJWZW 1 ' f ypw z . - 'E V. 3 Q -W ' f qt 'A 15. iff r Y, wg 5 Q , s 'I' ,, f , 415, kg V 1 .3343 in b fa! 1 I 1 f f x i 4 1 i V 1 S ear J " is X 5 f 5 4 6 ,, Y 4 x My A-4 .P WMM,-AWD' 'gif ,,.. ll.l1r:l:Nl11Ns Witilili . . . Stew Juvkxmi. Kim-n Dietz. Huh Cray. and Carol lhige, all seniors. luke lu tha- wumls for reeeurvh on gm uixitiivt-fl luinlugy gwsigituiieiit. Thi- 1'tll1I'St' imulwr inure 4,-uziiplt-x tiiNSt't'ii0l1 and anuttmiieal studies uf many animals. Live Specimens illustrate Functions of Plant Life, 5 s 9" ff E ,if X yy , f . 1' ig' : 4 --DQ CXIAQI miiv. . . . St-iiimw l.Lll'l'j tlitmlll. .lim Ruin-rte. and .lun i:t'ill'ti mlm-rw ll physiv- t'YlM'I'ilIll'Ili. ii ii iw li i N, Q t i h r i v i i i t ' jg . "Rl-2WI'l'ciHi-in?" . . . Re-Lu-tiiig front at pliysit-ul feienet- 1-xperinlent i uhh-li tt-sled the vth-els of ftutie electric-ily on u human being. suplm- ll'tul't' Stephanie Pettit shows the effeets of "shock treatment.." ,'x53""' First mw- ll!-IIAIXH xl!-lIIItI'I'I' IH lu' . . 1 35- -'W , . diana f.1'ntt'ul Urllvgt' ' , -5 'N M, Nuwxk MS Indiana linitt-rsity - 1 ,I Ny 'ifllvyf Rtrztttxun Ocmzsm' NIS Indiana Stale' llnivcrsily Ntf:Hut,ts l'u'tNn NIS Purdut- llni- u-rsily lItu'f:t: Stxtmzs - MS llulln-1' Univt-1-sity StfI'0Ild row f' .l KCK S't'Ant.t:lt MS llu - lvl' Univvrsity EDWARD Svvrztzmt KN f All liutlt-r Uni- fm I Q vc-rsity 'I' ' 4, 'l'tt0M.-ts Wixttsff MA llutler Uniww- 1 sity, Lt-ltiglt Univ:-rsity. and Indiana IT' I,lnive1'sity IJDNALD Wurri: W BS Hanover Coll:--gn and Indiana University RUDERT ZI-ITZI, -A BS Ptlrdue Ultiw-rsity Lu: MW ..., N 5 a vlteinistry assistant. senior Tum Ullgvl' sp:-nds twsigiit-tl tinu- preparing t-lu'ntival- for 1-lass lalms. mmal Orgamsms RECORDING . . . Sopltomores Bill Clenlcnz and Jatnvs Dt-- Witte draw the story of cell division. Students study tlu- Iunctions of plant and animal parts with tlu- init-mst-Dpv. using specially prepare-d and self-prepared slides. I 1 W, N ,ME tw I 7 '4 l' N 43:4 ' 1 A ,, ? 7 1 f , . X If wi". X. 1 Q v,. X K . V! i 5' I fr , ,,. Q "I I if Q ' First row W Mm. AUDRA BAILEY- BIS Butler University and Indiana Univeriity NI xttttlt Ill l:'l'frN NUI NUI'lllXYl'?-Il'I'Il lvniwrsity l,Jov,xLn tfI,olrlf+:t,'tr3nfff Nl X llniver-ity of Nliwiasippi. Butler Univer- ally Mix IYlUI,l'1N'ItXY' NIS Indiana State University Sec-ond row f - 'l'l-towns DUBBS --- HS Hall State University Ovvm Fun: - NIA Oakland City College, Indiana University BILLY R. FISIII-LR f BS Indiana State University Mica. Kltxlttlxx IIUFFMAN- W ISS Indiana University Third row Y - Rim JACKSON - BS Purdue University CLARK Kf:'1"1'Elt1w1A1x' f BA Hanover College. MS Butler University and Indiana University IMNALD Lo5'1'U'1"l'Ett f BS Hanover College XVII,I.I'XNI KIINTZ we MS Marian College and Butler University Fourth row - VMHS. RACHEL INIITIR -7- AB Grove City. Pennsylvania sity HENRY VULK ar -f MA Franklin College MRS. lhlcmltx Wolttrv a a BS Phillips University Se S, Symbols, quares M XTII IXIANH . . . Perfecting hia flxill with nutnln-rs, freshman 'lim Hicks praetiees speed and aeeuraey with ligurea llovn II. Ownvf-NIA Indiana State University and Indiana Univer- van ,r wt 1 12 , ew, , Ain. AND Pnocmiss Cons ON. :ho Ox . . . .Xt tenth hour.: end. custodians wash chalkboards and most students I'4'tl'l'2ll from tht- classroom. Sui-Ii is not the case of freshman lllitlord lhililcn as lic receives after-liours algebra help from Mrs. liarliara Worley. Herald ew Path to Math With intriguing Books 9 A 1 New hooks. advanced techniques. faculty changes. and special projects marked a year of advancement in the con- tinually changing Mathematics Department. Following the trend toward a more modern world. the department adopted "modern math" lioolis. Owen lfair. new department head. lirmly lielieyed that all 1-Iasses. from general math to calculus. were greatly improved hy the hooks. Students learned modern math methods and funda- mentals as opposed to the previously -taught traditional way s. Department instructors also felt strongly ahout the new lioolis and their purpose. Believing the greatest changes were the increased emphasis on structure and the new lan- guage and concepts of math. they agreed that the modern technique made a greater effort to get to basic ideas. Owen Fair replaced former supervisor Helen Pearson as Nath Department head while Miss Pearson devoted her full time to writing text hooks. She assisted in compiling llodern Tl'fg'0lIUI7I6fI'.Y. one of the modern texts in regular use at Arlington and other Indianapolis schools. Members of geometry classes occupied their time with special projects. The students drew posters and constructed three-dimensional figures in order to ohserye and study' individual geometric designs. The modern approach to math alfected eyery' aspect of the department. NIA'1'Hr:M xrifiiw . . . Uwen Fair. new Math Department ln-ad. It-avlit-s plane geometry' and trigonornetry. W 5 yfirt N 1-111 D inrn te xt 1111 1 l'1y rl l L ll? 11111 N he XII wpvtwl ' H ,V y ef 1 if Htmln 51111. Z A is 5 Us as S9572 A . A M X 44 1 Q 2 2 W ,N ' 41dh. .f Outdoing Top Computers, Firbt row- rMHm. MAncA1:15'r :XR1ll'lNfil"I"ilxIS Butler U11ive1'sity and lndiana State University 31115. DELINDA CALDWELL - MA Butler University Mus. BETH Funn -ff BS lndiunu University Kitts. Sltxlctw K11El'1'Rl1 -- -- H5 lnmliunu University Stfl'tlI1ll row AIRS. SXLLY MVKZE Nl,-X llall State? Uni- ve-tsity and Butler Uliiversity KPLI'I'll l',x'1'1c11g1i - -US lndiuna Uuivurfity Mics. lNlAR,GAl1E'l' ROWE-MA Indiana University and No1'tl1westr-1'11 University tI1x1111411.1, S'1',11tK if BS Indiana Unive1'sity 'l'l1i11l 1'11vv--,lI5AN UEssLE11 f MA Bull State University ,lnnw W. VANCE -- BS Bull State University C1f1A1:LEs E. W.-xccoNt31:f MA Bull State University and Eurllturn College Mus. JANI-1'l' Wr:M'L11- ,MA Butler University, Indiana Unive'1'sity and Univvrsity of Michigan -an-ld X NIH-SY 'Irv Nlxlitl .X XIIS'rxKE . . . Swan tn learn tln- trials untl tribulations of 4-m'1'1-rting a sta neil typing 4-rrnr. juniur .lulie Hnlnlus lJt'5LlllNlll1' Ill'tlt'tft,llllt?. Business Majors Learn Selling, Data Processing S www' s-'K X lhtsmrgss Ext-:f:I'1'lrr3 . . . Mrs. Margaret Rum-, ln-ad of the llus' iness Department, teueln-s sllortliund and tranisr'riptinn tn -t-t'n-tt1r- ial hopefuls in addition to her other duties. 'lawn new Courses Llllil two new teachers higlilightefl the year in the Business lfclueation Department. lntrmluetinn tn Ili-llil prueessingg nas nfferetl tn stutlents in urcler ln meet the clennlnfls ul ltltlilf.S meehanizetl anrl euniputerizecl wurlcl. Data prtwessing mis u innmatinn that prntevteal future juli leunters from ulmsuleseei1t'e. The u1'm'elei'ute4l set-returiul 1-nurse was clesignetl lu teaeh quivkly untl ellevtiu-ly the funtlanientals ul, typing. shnrt- hantl. annl utlitfe prtwemlure. Sturlents twink this tim periotl. hw 1-rt-clit vnurse us il special assigntnent in prepurutitm fur 1-areers nr part-time julms that wnulfl help firiatim- their milleni- eilueutimis. Yine other liusiness euurses ranging frmn sliurthznnl lu Il1t'I't'llilllfllSlllQ gan- lnusiness rnujurs Ll with-f-lwif-e ul1'1tl1ttSPS lrmn whit-li tn elnmse. Fur the future salesnntn. 1-mirses in llll'l't'lltllltllS-lllg anti salesinanship taught prnper t'llSltilIlt'l'- saleslnan relationships while aspiring seeretaries Mere nlleretl 1-nurses in Slltlflllillltl. typing. tr'anst'i'iptitm. tnnl 4-lerit-al praetiee. 'l'l'HIlSt'l'llDli4tl1 taught the stuclent htm lu vlnnigt- the Slltbflllilllfl synilmls tu typewritten wurtls. l'iu'e-ptinmlial slutlents lruin uc'4'ele1'utetl St't'l't'lill'lLll classes exllilmitetl their skills in u lmntti at the Illlllifllllllllllli? Sfar'.s l-lohhy Slum: Xvurking in shifts. tim girls at at time tleinnn- straterl speecl-writing tt-elniiques. 3, 7 at 4. f f 3 why Q W -wif . . aff .3113 1 .2 xl , jf ,. , g i fs . I f J 5 A m f .TLS - 15 . 4 fi? fin I . ' X X' . . I 2. . ,, T- I V :fry kr if A Z AQ, "5 , , W Q . f? .M-I ' i f ,f . . 35 uf 5 I, ff ' , if- ,' , 1 . ,,,,. ' V I ,iv ' fe 5.1 1, f We f Wham an 3 rt tudents Specialize U Sculptures. paintings. and drawings. prepared by art students. helped to enliven Arlington's halls during the school year. Displayed throughout the corridors and show- cases were works of art which reflected the mood or season of the year. One-man art shows by students and faculty members gave those involved a chance to present a variety of their products. Seniors Cindy Harlan and ,lulie Yager teamed up to create a stained-glass window which was dis- played in the auditorium during the Christmas season. Advanced art students improved their artistic abilities through competition by entering the annual Scholastic Maga- zine Art Contest. ln past years. Arlington placed high. with four works going as far as national competition. Art students also served the community. During the llhristmas holidays, students drew posters for the lndiana- polis Post Office. They aided in helping to speed the de- livery of cards and packages. Craft art and jewelry students concentrated on individual projects. These projects. which aided students in becoming ll1UI'C creative in choosing a subject. at the same time im- proyed their artistic skills. -uf FINISHING ToI'CIIIis . . . Senior Tim NleKee. an advanced art student, Sitockrln .... lohn Simpson. .Xrt llepartinent supervisor, zulals the linal detail to his sculpture. an indixitlual project. coordinates student galleries besides teaching art classes. 38 5,1 v'- f . 8. .S , fa' ' L37 4, s .512 . f f .fiiifv .4353 I ,. .hw 'Ml h ln Sculpting. lkctching, and Pcrspcctivc Drawing gb. 5 x '. 9 . I, Q 'Ani 4 .Xi:i:.xY UF Cowl: . . , "window" at Christmas. CAPTURED INNUCENCE . . . Senior advanced art students Holly Bur- bour, Cindy Harlan, und Anita Crutc- reproduce a small boy's inuddle-il expression in a Clialuctc-1' slim-ti-li prnject. XvLlQ11'l' and Susan Pipinn p il Ilia- iiinixliing tnuclws on i ,A -' .LX 'I' ,I 1 ' M ag, i ,, N w igt,,, H x 7 7- 'Ei 1 ,ffg'5i?fT .1 'X M1 Q ag i H if Sl M Y.: Y- ' Wir! SMS? 4- 'Q T' Wink tlw Xrt Dl'I1llI'lHlHllI-S stained-glass .luuw EMI-LIIX U5 lniliiinailI1-iili'L1llIull4-gi- . ' ' -wily and lniliiina lfiiixiisilx ,I iw: Nlianiux - Mi-X ,lnlin ll:-mm .Xrl lnxlituti- linux X inirixiu W XIX liglll5lLll1'llllN1'l'Nlly , , .., , , ,, N M i-QW, :fi--'-522 ' X ' E" A X si, gi . its 'ax-5 4fai1f,,:gg37 555553: 5 , .. Es? QQ ,J i Q A T ix f 1-f ' i ' " Q.: 1-gimn, - :X wi A 'ff , QNI xx 1 Q. ,. , , ,fbgw if ,,,. "' xf5:s'2 f.g xy "jf M 40 . 1 ' x EH -if W N . 4 .. . - ,rx X After Wchool Hours Qccup Musicians, Vocalists 5f"""PinQ, ly... PBEM, lI:1rXII.4 I vas. 'l'l:r'xll'l-fls. mlm 'l'I:ll.l,s . , . Rand clirwlm' C1-ruld Knipff-I I1-mis his 5lliYl'l'ill,2 Knights in lln- .Xrlinglnm iight sun Mus. ,ll N15 l'llblN4lN XIX Indian.: l niwr-ily l. lx Xl vu Hiwlxr XIX I1-all Nr-atv l'nm-r ll! x , ,Q . ' Nllzs. linux XI4bX'Il,HXIHllX In l'11m-1'-1154 if Nlinnv-1 With Exercises, Arpegios Vocal melodies. serenading strings. and pulsing drum cadences combined to produce the resounding atmosphere of the award-winning. crowd-drawing Music Department. The Concert Band. directed by Gerald Kniplel. hosted a "Flock of Fifty' Flutesi' at its Fourth Annual k'Popis Concert" on December llth. Composed of all-county' flutists. the llute choir featured "Turkey ln the Raw", and ulzieguine for Flutes." The band also presented "Opus No. 5" in lVlarch. Gaining special recognition. the Concert Orchestra was selected to play' for the lndiana State 'lleacher's Association Convention in October. ln addition to their December and May' programs. the Orchestra pooled resources with the Concert Choir and dramatics organizations for the second Arlington musical. "Oklahoma" Ralph Horine. a recent visitor to European music capitals. conducted the Arlingtones. 'llreble-aires. and the Concert Choir. the latter of which was chosen to "sight-sing" new music for the lndiana Music lfducators' Association in November. For music majors. classes were offered in music theory and music appreciation. These courses dealt with the growth of music and with essentials of rhythm and harmony. ln- novations in the department included individual key boards and xylophones for use in chord spelling. HAI.LELIi.IAll! . . . Presenting the annual Cliristmas auditorium pro- grtnn, tfonccrt Choir and Orcln-stru lllt'lllllt'l'H pt-rlorln tln' "llullt-lu- lull Chorus" from Nlenrlt-lssolin's "Alt-ssialif' fc! W l X f f sf W 1 7 jx l 4 XM mer se 'wi' f2Z,z7 t lJmEc'rIov . . . Besides conducting two orchestras, instructing a girl's glee club and a course in music appreciation. Miss Priscilla Smith is head of the Music Department. 'tl Y sez' ,f.f, -y Q . 'Q l'iXlIIBI'I "X" . . . llonnie YanKax'elaar and Becky Faux learn about proper child cure' as tlcnionstrntm-tl lwy Mrs. Patricia Crafton and son. l l ! l 1 1 .nil Home Ee ajors Sample le With the addition of Resources for Living, the Home Economics Department totaled twenty-four daily classes in thirteen different areas. The new course emphasized consumer concepts and family finance and was designed to he a companion elective for the predominately senior course. family living. In the first year of clothing and foods, hasic principles of clothing construction and food preparation were stressed. The advanced classes promoted further skills in such areas as tailoring. clothing design. textile research and composi- tion. budgeting. and more complicated food planning and preparation. The watchful eye of teacher supervision was always near at hand: however, the students worked creatively in a lab situation much of class time. With the courses in home management, family living. child care and home nursing. ta prerequisite for clinic assistants! plus clothing and foods classes. the accent was on the future. Family finance. child development. interior design. and family relationships all brought the future into real perspec- tive. 'Y ,gall l A ki fb ' dx, ,,jzb'Na lll',XlXllill lx . . . lfrcslnnan Twanda Kirby and Sandra Tuxliorn change material into wearing apparel for their semester project in lflotlning I. l"ro1n this, the girls will advance to more intricate handiwork. 42 f ll ml Foreign Dishes, Fashion 'lircnds in Dail Labs nun In In in 1aIx mm I +I Imnl IIIIIVIII. ,XI.I. NIIYI-QD III' . . . 51-iiiul' SIU ' 'I Q L L 1 " I - - pi'vpu1'e-Qpunvli Im' ai Iu1'11IlX ti-41. f 1 4-4' DUING IT RIGHT! . . . CIutI1ing stildvnt. iimiur I'IuyIIis Zinmiz-rIv l'lIlIIlILlI'1'S Iwi' wurlx will: ilu' i11sli'iivlim1-. IIIJXIE ECUNHXIISI' . . . Xlrs. ,XILlI'iIX'l1 I'ILll'1IXXIl'Ix. III- ui' - -g guiflvs PUDIIS ill IIHNIF.H-snl11'm'1'sf0l'IiYiIlg.a1li1I family Iixing. 51 , 15 , Sf, It V r ,f , V. 2 Y Q, 53? f 54, ,N I f J' ' 'J' ' " f '57 f X 1 " .KW 4 'n .f 'xi , tllg. 1 4 l f ? sii' :f?'o "1 . I f fa L iw f Q , X ..i. I X' ' " "" , ' I'irsi rm-.' XIHS. Xlxluulilii fliilclsli' IIS Indiana Stal I niwi'-ily am4I IINIILIIIQI Iiiiiu-isily XIl:s. ICXIXIX timmy-A XIS XIilIIl'Il1'NIl'I' llnllvgv, Ilullvr I'n wi-ily XII:s. XI XHIIAX x II xnmxu lx XIX Infli.m4i I niu-isily -I-mul rim XII:-, .IXNIaI IIIIIUXIINMX XIS I,llI'lIlll' ln rsily I'l xviias XX xv XIX ImIi4mii l niwrsilx Xl XIl'IH X XXVIIIIIC XIS K1-ntlu-ky 5111111 :mil IIllII1'l'I niwixilx 'S Mi 95? 3 w I' Industrial rts Projects Eneoura e Career hoiees, O l'ltiLsw'1'lMu . . . Senior Rick Luude-n ridiurts tlif- ink nn a Duvifnn nti---t pn-Nb. The Nludie-d in grupliiv url- l'iil'Nt'N. Xdxinivt-d -tndvnt- It-urn furtlter liy printing 54-lmnl N A p1'uufwsea of tin- difff-rent types of inaeliines are forms. l"ii-at wiv- f W1I.LIAM Fi:Ll.uw5 I-BS Purdue University Ruxxin FRANKSAIXIA Purdue University Yitimit GRAYESQIWA University of Michigan and In- diana State University Wxuxca HARTMAN-BS Indiana State University and NIS Ball State University St-4-mul ww - BERNARD HEEKE - MA Indiana State Uni- versity CARI. KRAUCUNAS W MS Eastern State College and Butler University Wiriivn INII-QYERM MS Indiana State University 'I'1mM.xs THOMPSON -MA Indiana State University 2 c s Construction Analysis Under the supervision of Victor A. Graves. the lndustrial Arts Department offered eight areas of study. 'llhoroughly discussing individual projects among the en- tire class before they were begun. diagrams and plans were generally constructed by' the students themselves aftcr tht- assignment was given. General metals classes practiced rotation in four different areas. Bending. lathe boarding, soldering. and foundry were the general areas for circulation. A sharp pencil and a drawing board were important tools of students in mechanical drawing. Girls were greatly en- couraged to enroll in the mechanical drawing and architec- tural drafting classes. Power mechanics analyzed construction of motors. took accurate measurements of engines. and tore down and reassembled one-cylinder engines. l'f.lectricity classes traced the basic principles of electricity' through its common uses lo advanced applications in electronics. Fundamentals of the printing processes were studied in graphic arts classes. Four boys were chosen on their achievement and teacher recommendations to specialize in the printing course. This group produced most of the printed forms used in the school offices. Architectural drafting students constructed floor plans of buildings after learning the various types of architecture from the ancient Creek to the present. Woodworking classes explored the elementary' uses of' hand tools. From this basic knowledge they progressed to advanced cabinet making and personally designed projects. DRAFTERS . . . Designing for tomorrow. senior Jim Farmer and sopli llttl ltn I 1 n n t ral drafting class. This course. involving exact measurement and di min gp-aussi 3? i 1 ' I O I Pl:hI.l1llyxl:Y l'l:xr:'I'IrfE . . . U1-lorc startiilil the ignition. fll'lYl'l'.h 1'lllIl'Llill1Il lll-ll'lll'lHl' Marion llnrli-so11 Siu-s FUllllllIllUI'i' ,lolin ol ilriying Ll Vllli. llI'lX1'l'-N 1-rl lualcnls l4'ill'll II11- l'ltl'l'l'1'l flriying ri-111-tio11s Io xnrions silnatioiis. 1 W1-i11l1:1r1lI 1'll'lll1'lllill'N rnli f Ph sical Fitness, tudents Realize lmportance o y Ms xl .auf mi' A l:,UQKl'Q'l'l . . . l.ylllllI1 Coin X i Y 'siclil l'illlH'illl4Ill llt'ItIll'lIIll'lll ' A ' 's I1-nnis. lu nl ll'll4'lll'N l1oy's pliysical 1-ilucaltlon and ionlii Improving physical condition. learning proper driving techniques. a11d understanding the human anatomy were the goals of physical education. driver education. a11d health and safety classes. Boys and girls strived to increase skills Eillfl build muscular VU-Ul'lllIlElllUIl i11 various aspects of their physical education he fall term. emphasis was placed o11 indoor avtivities including the side horse. parallel bars. and volley- l1all. With spri11g came outdoor sports - broadjump. high classes. l11 t sical Education III and jump. and sprinting. Advanced Phy 1V dealt with more detailed a11d difficult maneuvers. Aiding " 1 ' ' ffht ad of student assistants who tau, the teachers were a squ rhythm routines. led calisthenics. a11d kept the records of the department i11 order. A six-point grade average i11 two ycars of physical education plus a teacher recominendatio11 were the requirements for the student assistants. Driveris education classes provided knowledge of car mechanics. "rules of the road." manipulation of the auto. l behind-the-wheel training Zlllfl first aid. Pupils experiencec i11 the driver education cars. and practiced maneuvers reg- ularly i11 the trainer. By conducting their own vision and lirake reaction tests. they learned the importance of physical litness i11 driving. h attitudes were the topics Anatomy. physiology. a11d healt 11 Alcoholics Anony- of health classes. Representatives froi 111ous and the Marion County Social Health Association spoke o11 understanding the prolilems of society. I 1 l 1 i1 . rg, fi,-Gg', 4 1 C72 V. Y ...ey M "T ,Q KVW 9? . " 1: .W , Ji Jlvhi' . 'X ' .W 'W "J wg, 512 1:3 X ' " f l mr I Use Presidents? Program PAT's PARALLEL . . . Performing a 'gswingingn stunt on the parallel Imurs, freshman l'ut Stutsman is Ll student in the lllilllflllllbly class. I'Ill'NI rmx Xlxmux Illlcllsnx XIX lwlifm Ivnlml 'HI In-gn I'lXlI.Ii IXII xnxx XIX II1'I'.ulm I naw-zsrlx .mul I llIX4'IrIIX III- Illinois Ibm 4.:lxl'rr,l.1, IZX Iiulll-.' llllX4'IANllX .lm-, Illcxlmxlnx XI5 l'runIXI1n t,nlI1'Q" ann! IIIIIIVI' ln:- wr-ilx N-1--uni 11-xx ,Inns ICl,l.ls XIS Infligmu l nxiwr-ilx ,Imlx Xlxxrxx XIS Iiulle-r llllX1'lNIIX :ml In:Ii.1n1 lni XI'lNllX Xlus. lil-,'1'l'x XIXICLI-,X XIS IlllIl.lllrI llllXl'I"IlX IIm:r1l:'l XII-,Ill. XIX IIIIIIVI' llllXr'l"llX llnnwl 1-ml XXIl.l.lXXI IIHXII, XIS IIlIlIl'l' lniwxhilx 'Ill-lv IIHl.l,Uljli XIX lll.IlLlIILl llllX'4'lrllX Xllas. lIIIll3I.l,N 5fQllXlllYl IIN Imlmnu lmxl-rslly ,lxxl-1 Xmxr XI! Inrligmu lniurrsilx Nmnml Ilnllr-gf Z rs R 4' M '.,4..,u -Egg? Cr:w'1'n11fl1:xI. FHINLIC . . . Xltlmuglu Ilnis upsillr--mlmm fr--slnngm i- In-- vmnillg11101-4-I,l13,i1-L1IIX lit.ln-isals-I4-xpvrif-m-inglln---,if-nliliv1-ll:-1-1 of 1'Xr'l'I1'4I DI'PQ9lll'l'. 47 6 ,,.. ,wmi-.sw I Swan ,.....,. I-A V-rv H QT.. 'W wr -he it I'lH'N . . . l'rinvipal Ralph W. Clewngt-r chimes in on the Ivnhln nlthvs- sy-twin lo make- a "live" hontvrooni annount't-ment. lll-lXI.'lllis 'intl Womb! . . . School nurses, Mrs. Rowena tlraulr and l'atriciu Knight. promote good school health Imltits and sponsor the clinic assistzlnts and tht- lfuture Yllrst-C kssovialtinll. 'WW M W .t,.. , ""'lwW--nw-vw-A-...,,.,,, .W ,, -N-nmfm sq.,--,MA my MMA 'Wwnmw-w.,,,,..,WnMN, Vxdl. 'w"""""""""r"'M M AWN, """""'M'-M--f .,,. ,W Nr--napwi. Wm M mn-.......,.. A, .4 4 A - lll TY DIVIDERS . . . Vice-principals Thomas Haynes and Rohr-rt Turner confer on a point of lnntnal 4'-ontw-rn. 6 O I l dmlnlstrators Supervise Serving as administrators, parent soothers. and chaper- ones. Principal Ralph Clevenger and vice-Principals Robert 'liurner and Thomas Haynes spent long hours in their johs as top men on the Knight totem pole. Arranging the computer system and programming student schedules kept Mr. 'llurner after hours many times at the lyeginning of each semester. Nr. Haynes took charge ol buildings and grounds. which included locker maintenance. teacher schedules. and overcrowding. In addition. one of the principals was present at extra-curricular activities as an official Arlington representative. Besides keeping serious health problems in check. Mrs. Rowena Crauh. school nurse. gave incapacitated students disability passes and handled emergency' repairs on "popped" seams. Any' student returning to school after recovering from a contagious disease was also required to he checked out in the health clinic, 1 'WOW . A M had l7lrLl. Dns . . . Robert Gwyn. lh-an of l-lots. helps young nit-n with lwlitixior prolmlt-ins as to-ll as co-sponsoring tht- National Honor gocie-It WQJ " wmv 43 4' . f it lil si Stgnuntuz . . . Nlrs. lit-lgen Wells. DQ-an of Girls. helps girl. in all alctixities and also co-sponsors the Student Council. mooth chool ocietyg dopt 3150 Scholars s- sf " .. .1 vf t f ff' 5 iii f E A 45' 1 lllnt-I' , Cxlzmzlz Imfoimirztt . . . Guitlance director. Daniel Welch. t-onli-rs hoth with college rcpresentatix es and possihle- college entrants. Coordinating office work with serving as "part-tiniei' par- ents and sponsoring school clubs. Dean of Girls Mrs. Belgen Wells and Dean of Boys Robert Gwyn devoted most of their time to consultations with students concerning personal proh- lems and social adjustment. Mrs. Wells also eo-sponsored the Student Council and selected office messengers while Mr. Gwyn was co-sponsor of the National Honor Society. Guidance director Daniel Welch counseled seniors on col- lege selection and Career opportunities available after grad- uation. With a "come in any time attitudef- room 289 was a constant source of news about pending scholarships. Col' lege entrance examination jitters were calmed by the steady information attained from Mr. Welch and his secretary . Mrs. Lee Campbell. Keeping an up-to-date hle on all seniors. the Guidance Department retained a record of graduation re- quirements to he fulfilled. Helpers Handle Funds, uppl tud 1 wa' V ., -fi ll A Mfr . 'x , WV ' , K ' X is ' 4' l f X, ff W f' 4 , .X , ,,, I ,, S -I ,iz , i 5 1 ., Iyltyl W-'T , A -4- A, Equipment, PQ 5-ww wwf , Qi ' 5 lllXl'l4'lC l:UIH'l'.N . . . Nlviiiln-is of ilic nflii,-fr stall are lseuu-dl Mrs. Elizabeth lirnwn. Mis. LevCampbe1l. and Mrs. Miriam llainguy. The I llPi'l'll1'l' hill: Mtaiiiliiigtr Nluriim Hmm-, Nli'-. :Xliw l:llZQl'l'lll4l. Mrs. staiffvif ki-vp iw-4-fuiwle. uiiswvr If-leplwm-Q. :ind aid Qtude-nts. xxx: Il-.IIN D , . l',illi1ll4'lL1l mliix-vlu1'N. ,luliii Yiiidaiiiuiii und lli'-. illllli' ' l llUlilllH'l'lx. ligmdli- Illll'l'llllN1' iw-qiimtiuiif .md .im ii ,Pkwy fi Nlllvs prulll SUPPLIER . . . Mrs. Dorutliy Sumli-rs. lmnk storv iiiunugvr. ordm-i's all tvxts. PLIIJPI'-llLll'li lmolxs. and study aids. Check rlingtonis Pulse Accounting for the "whereabouts" of 3.150 students. the atlendance office kept close tabs on pupils by daily enroll- ment tallies. Call slips. usually requested by the deans. were written and delivered by student messengers, During eighth period. dittoed lists showing part-time and full time absences were distributed to each teacher. As telephone calls reported absentees. oversleeping. or car trouble. attendance office staffers recorded excuses. typed letters and forms. and rescued students with jammed or "Hooded" lockers. Changes in studies at semester breaks made the bookstore the most heavily populated place in school. Buying and selling texts. notebooks. pens. pencils. and gym suits caused mass bookstore migration. In charge of department purchases and checks for school services. the Hnancial staff budgeted and banked all money from sports events. concerts. and club activities. Hou. 'lfxktzlts . . . Attendance otfiee staffers. Mrs. Marjorie ,leter and Mrs. Jane Gillette. are responsible for absentee reports. 'NEWb. BEARERS . . . Office Messengers are lfront rowl Sandy Bellew. Hex Batehellor. Cathy McFarland. Alma Darrell. Karen Strome. Becky MacDonald. Patti Cole. ,lody Fox. Dawn Delaisle. Virginia Yee. Nancy Surface, Diane Bradley, Theresa Harman. Loretta Watlket'. Nancy Atkinson. Nlrs. lielgen Wt'lls V- sponsor: lst-cond rowl Ili-tty lley, Regina Couden. .Ianni 'l'l1ixton. Eileen Aldridge. .laniee Powell. ,loyee Powell. Steve Baron. Susie Francis. Janis Drake. Carmen Cole. Betsy Sweet. Pam Nelson. Ginger Ward. lfheryl Clore: lthird row! .lane '1 Franklin. Seretta Lawhead. Carol Levi. Bessie Nichols. Nancy Taylor Phyllis Aslteraft. Laura Field. Nlartha Clarke. Shari la-tneke. Gloria Marsh. Debbie Nickerson. Linda Gillespie. Slarslta llavis, ,lanit lilevins: llraek rowl lil'llt't" Osborn. Ho:-alie lyreston, llelvlmie Hill'l'l44Pll lad llye. 'llotn llrudge. liill Copeland. .lllllll lltllltlllllt-Q jerry lltyet' llan Wilson. Martha Nlusser. Ellen Strange. lilania Nanopoulos. Daxid E H . eady. Susie Neff. and .lim I.ane. Messengers serie lrotll main otlices and the Guidance Ofiiee. WB V 'sk 'ii' 'N ml AQ: fi X N viii gf K 1 with an Arlington accent OH Activities Our spirits are hursting with enthusiasm as we fill extra hours with cluh activities and service projects. We grow spiritually as we become a part of the atmosphere. the life of a husy, working school and community where learning does not enrl in the classroom. hut stretches to the extremities of our extra-curricular interests. THERL' fl!fRYWflfRf Fine Arts Festival Commemorates lndianags l l 'W 55" ' l BARISEIKSK . . . l,au'ry Cottrell. Nc-lson W'isl1a1rt. Tuul Xvrigllt. and Tum lilunk s nwiulizl- in ul1lAtimv four- mr! llalrnmnv. l l . ,lldll Lim: URANIINIA-S . . . 'l'lw unusual gurl: uf Num-y Niss and Pam Hartman is reprvsclllaltiw uf "l7usl1iun lflusllluackbf CULORFIII. . . . Seniors .luliv Yager and Helen Lanteignff he-lp with ilu- Art IJ:-purtrm-nI's Fim- Arts F4-stiwal contrilxutinn. l A l l lll llll 1 I rwfj ,. 5. x El Ll 5 ll' 3 1 0 Years of tatehood Turning back the clock 150 years. the Fine Arts Festival in lVlay rellected the tradition ol lndianais history as the nineteenth state in the Union. The three day all-school celebration began with a kick-oil dinner May 12 in the cafeteria which spotlighted prominent Hoosiers. Following the dinner. the Home Economics lle- partment brought back styles from the past century -and-a- half in their fashion show. "Fashion Flashbacksf' Advanced creative writing students prepared the manuscript for the show in the form of a diary. explaining the mood. period. and probable social event connected with each creation. Friday eyening the Music Department made their con- tribution t.m the Festival by presenting a medley of "Memor- able Musica including salutes to industry. education. native composers. and Abraham Lincoln. The "Salute to Educa- tionu brought together school hymns from universities all over the nation. while Lincolnis memory was saluted with "Ballad ol' Firotherhood." Nationally noted Hoosier vocalist Hill Shirley joined the celebration with solos at the banquet and for the music program. As a litting climax lo the alliair. the rIilltJSIJiLlllS presented lfdysard lfgglestonis The Hoosier S!'llU0lIIIllSft'l'. 'lihe play. adapted by llr. l,ee Nowelle. retired speech professor at Indiana llniyersity. presented the trials and tribulations experienced in schools one hundred years ago. -.,f 3 E 3 1 , 7 up ' W if e A . ' e s, 1 f 5 .P 39 ' f 5 , if 4 f ' I X i ,, f fy 4 Q 4 'ax si W V if ly! ff I 'R Q f Q X f , f 4 f vf ff 1- ag 'QQ f tw ' rf Y 3'5" 3 f ' ,I f W X , f I . 4 .' as W f 559. . . ya 3 1 N 5 V. Qs Q it s it if X "1 X qs X0 ff is 154 , , -' , we t f as xt : . if ' ww f f f 'P gf Wim? lN'Illl'IDXN5Hlf'I'lItlllNt-1-RHUXI51.tl4l4rl....illllvttol tln- t qunfn tennial theme. 'lihcspians pr:--ent The l1fm.yir'r .gl'llIl0ll1l1I.Nf1'l 'if if I J W 40" ,l1llHNKl,S . . . Searcbnig through library and flilitlltillet' 1 ,pn ol lndianu newspapers. senior Linda Seliueiger notes the lu nd ol lndiana eu-nts in chronological order. liyrzxrl-'t 1. lxol.-xx x . . . Sponsored by lln- llistory tllnb, no in at in td. at fi' square map showing Iii-torical points in the stale. l,I141-11.y Ltaymlns . . . Student Council representatives are tfront rowt Tony 'lllieysst-1111. ,lndy Xladingcr. Lolli L1-dgerwood, Becky' Pearce. lit-hltiv Sflllllltll. ltianne tluidone. Ginger Ward, Margo Wedekind. l ,ltI.hIlllt' liryan. Xnnelle Clitliiim-ss. Anitra Clark. Kandi Kleinhelter, llawn ltf-l.isl1-. Kathy lfaton. ,lohn T1-atc-r, Linda Pence, Barbara Heitz. J lKiIl'1'll Sylytstcr. .lill liournc. ,ltlylltf lkawa. Betty' Arthur, Margot - 4l1'1'1-go. llail Stcvyard. Karen .lellricsz lsecond rowt Debbie Dcason. Xllll l'oh1-s. Larol xit'i.Ul'l1lll'li. Lonnie Ret-ye. Lindy' liutler. Carol Silt--. Sandy N1-al. Sllslt' iNY1'Illt'. l.Lllll'Ll Williains. .lim Nleasalani. l.ylIIl ,lLlIlSt'll. lhw-lty Xlatlloiiald. Xnlxi .hlltllllS. ll11t lulrlzls. lt-tl l'l1clt. Nlary l,lI1Zl,'l'. l.anrie Nlyraho. l'a111 Hillery. Mary 1 Xllt-11. liita liandall. Xlan Alt-ll1y. Lanny' Hale. Sandi Intuit.-6. Mrs. 1 liclucn XM-lls -ponsor: lthird row! liirank llrown, lintch llivens, 1 1 1 l E E E i l E 5 E 1 1 l Q lXNIt,Il'I s Il1:1f.yy1 . . . 5l'llllll' Sllllltdil i.llllllt'll llll'Illllt'I's Nlarslia Coap- sticlt and 5ll'Nl' l'.1lw11'ds wish lor tht- lnturc with "X lIt'Illly Ll day ht l111tl1I11l sladiuin tXt'll-XylNllt'l'N 53 extra lunch 1-liangc. nlds tl stadiuni that yyayl ls tht l11111 htlnf ol Russell Miller, Becky Elmore, Sandy Dotts, Beth Reynolds, Chris lJeCaro, Carol Sanderson, Barb Hartley, ,lim Lane, Jeff Fisher, Kim O'Connor, Bob Brown, Tom Freeman, Steve Jeffries. Sandy Sanderson. Kathy Bruck, Marsha Coapstick, Cindy Prather, Byron Eason. Paul Freeberg, Ronald Pettigrew, Sharon Sparks. Lou Ann Hollingsworth: lhack rowl Mary Parker. Teri Cartwright, Donna Beisel, Jayne Jones, Kim Wlitsman, Martha Musser, Kathy Thornhurgh. Karen Roberts. Hans Kamps, Steve Edwards. Curt Ronieril, Bud Sites, Marc Boucher. ,lim Roberts. Brad Davis, lloh Cray, ,lohn Trotter. Larry' Youse. Bolt Shaffer. Danny Crowe, Steve Hill. Denny' Southerland, Cary' Dickhaus. Fred Counts. Richard Mest-like, Greg Johnson, Nladalyn Kell. Dick Barnard, and David Wilson. The Student Council sponsored their annual "SC week" April 25-29. tudent Council Heads Aiming toward high goals. Student Council members set the pace as they represented the entire student body in hi-weekly' council meeting. These meetings. co-sponsored by Mrs. Belgen Wells. Dean of Girls. and john Morris. History llepartment head. oiiered an opportunity for the exchange iltltl co-ordination of student and administratiye ideas. Student Council members. who were chosen at the end of the previous school year. elected one representative from each class to serve on the Student Council Cabinet. The council officers and these elected representatiy'es comprised the Council Cabinet. Leading the list of the many Student Council sponsored projects was the Arlington Stadium Stamp Drive. an exten- sive effort on the part of the council to raise funds for the Arlington Athletic Stadium. Representatives collected Ar- lington Stadium Stamps from their homerooms to help finance the construction. Another project. which was initiated by' junior Dianne Guidone. was "Howdy Week". During the week. students and teachers made an all-out ellorl to be friendly' toward lreshmeii. IIPW students. a11d eysen old acqnaiiitances. On the last day' of the week. homeroom representatiy'es distributed "Howdy"' hadges which identified the wearers. l 1 l 1 l 1 1 1 l l 1 l 1 L 1. T f gyda' 3-N .T xv' ' 53' ,X 'nnxNnI"l" . . . Suplminore "Cindy" eundiclute. Nlarthu Husaer. lnlp- cleeurule lei' the Student Cnuneil clunee. .luninre Randy Helden incl lfinely llutler were eruwnetl "Cy unrl Cindy" ut the annual fling. ll-Out ltadium ltamp Fund Drive, v ,- A 1 11 SETTING THE POLICY . . . 1965-1966 Student Council officers are Larry Yuuse -V treasurer: Hitu Hundnll - 54-eretury: llud Sites pre-L dentz and Alun Nlellny V xiee-preaitlent. Coilxieil utlit-ere meet with ifulvinet Illt'IlllN'l'S tu plain meeting Ill'4N'l'tllll'l'S unel mliweuwximnlw. Howd Week 2 .1 .X i I 1' ' A he A X , X .X X g 'X . QV, .fag 53' P,Jw"S 5S3' 'X t f 1 e . We 6' K x S-. 1'wQW,,+'Q+w1sw N X f 5- ffqk i.fsxX:"'Qgfi33:'gi1E4 - X X' , M4-VI-K, .F 1- -ugly, sflse Y 6 X af 7' T ,Q GATHERINC UF THE CLANY . . . Student Council Cabinet members ure tfmnt fowl Ginger Ward. Diane Ullitltltlli. Nlurget Orregu. Hairy Allen. Rita Runclull, Nlr-. llelgen Wellf spuilwrg ueeuml nm? lfintly lluller. Nnuly S.lllll1'lNlbll. llUllIl.l lleisel. Hung KLIIIIIDN. lllllll lsreelvergiz tlmelx rms! l.Ln'ry tothe. liuml Silex. Nlure llmielu-r. l'll'illllx llrmxln. Denny Sllllllll'Il.lllll, .lllll :Klan Mellmy. rlilll' eulminet emlsistf ul' Student Cuuneil ellie-ers, une repre-ei1tutiu- hmn 1-.tell 1-luv, tnnl alll illtlu-eily Seuneil meinlmerf, fs fv- 5a I,1111-31.1 1.111111-:ics . . , Student Council reprt-sentati11es are ffront row! Fllttllj 'lll11'1ss1-1111. ,lllllj lhlLl1.llIlg1Jl', l.11lli Ll'llgf'I'WlP1i1l, Becky Pearce. lb1-l1l1i1- S1-l1111i1lt. lllilllllv 1illl1lllIl1'. Ginger Ward, Nlargo Wedekind, 5 ,l1l,hIlIl1' l11'111n. .hIlI11'll1" fll1LllIlIl1'SS. .Xnitra Clark. Kandi Kleinhelter, 11111111 111-l,isl1-. Kathy Eaton, ,lohn Teater. Linda Pence, Barliara Heitz. K111111 SjlX1'Sl4'l'. ,lill li1llll'llt', ,l11y111,- lli111v11. Betty Arthur. Margot 11lilt'Qtt. 1l11il 511411111-11. KLl1't'I1 .l1-Ffries: 1s1-1-111111 row! llebhie Deason. Xnn 1711111-s, 1VlLll'lbl N11-1lo1'111i1'lt, 1'lonni1- R1-1111-, Cindy Butler, Carol S111--. S1111111 Nl'1ll. S11si1- Wvntc, l.11111'11 Willianis, ,li111 N11-11s11l11111, 1.11111 ,I1lllNl'll. ll1'l'lxX 11111-ll111111l11, N11'l11 .x11l1IllN., ll111'11l1l hlllll. .luv 'll11l1lLts, 111111 l'lli1'l1. Nl111'1 l.lI1Z1'l', l.11111'i1- Xl1r11l1o, 1,LllIl Hillcry. Mary Xlll'Il. 111111 liilllllllll. Klan Al1'llPN, lnllllllj l'l11l1-. Sandi lJ1'l'leli1'e, Mrs. llt'lQl'll Well- sponsor: 11l1ir1l 111111 l'll'i1I1li lil'UV1'll. Butch Biveiis, lXNl1.Il'l s 111111111 . . . 51'lll1ll' 5111111-111 1,1111111'1l 1ll1'l11lN'liS NlllI'SllLl 1.111111- st11-11 111111 5ll'X1' l'.1l11111'1ls 111sl1 1111' tl11' llllllll' 111111 1'X1l'Ll llll11'll l'l1Llllgt'. 'X jl1'Illlj Ll 11115 l111il1ls ll Slillllllltl 111111 1v11yl" is the lllilll l11-lit-f of li1Ill1llIlN1il1llll111 l11'll'WlSll1'l'H. Russell Miller, Becky Elmore, Sandy Dotts, Beth Reynolds, Chris DeCaro, Carol Sanderson, Barb Hartley, Jim Lane, Jeff Fisher, Kin1 O'Connor, Bob Brown, Tom Freeman, Steve Jeffries. Sandy Sanderson, Kathy Bruck. Marsha Coapstick, Cindy Prather, Byron Eason, Paul Freeberg, Ronald Pettigrew. Sliaron Sparks, Lou Ann Hollingsworth: 1l111ck row? Mary Parker, Teri Cartwright, Donna Beisel, Jayne Jones, Kim Wlitsnian, Martha Musser, Kathy TllUl'Ill7UI'gll, Karen Roberts. Hans Kamps. Steve Edwards, Curt Romeril, Bud Sites, Marc Boucher. ,lin1 Roberts, Brad Davis, 111111 Cray. John Trotter, Larry Youse, Bob Shaffer, Danny Crowe, S11-ve Hill, Denny Soutlierland, Cary Dickhaus, l'll't'll Counts, Richard lllesclilie. Greg ,l1lllIlSUll, Xladalyn Kell, Dick Barnard, and David Wilson. The Student Council sponsored their 11111111111 "SC week" April 25-29. tudent Council Heads Aiming 11.111 ard l1igh goals. Student Council members set the pace as they represented the e11tire student body in bi-weekly council 111eeti11g. These meetings. CU-SP0l1SOI'CCl by Mrs. Belgen Wells. Dean of Cirls. and John Morris. History llepartinent head. otlered all opportunity for the exchange a111l C0-Ul'fllIlil1lUll of student and adniinistratixe ideas. Student CHl1IlCll.Illt'lTllJ13l'S. who were chosen at the end 111 the previous school year. elected 1111e representati1'e from each class to serve on the Student COLlIlL'll Cabinet. The council officers a11d these elected represeiitatives comprised tl1e Council Cabinet. Leading the list of the many Student Council sponsored projects was the Arlington Stadium Stamp Drive. a11 exten- sive effort on the part of the c11uncil to raise funds for the Arlington Athletic Stadium. Representati1fes collected Ar- lington Stadium Stamps from their hon1e1'11on1s to help finance the construction. Another project. which N135 initiated by junior Dianne Cuidone. was "Howdy Weekm. During the week. students and teachers llltltlt' an all-out effort to be friendly toward lll't?Slllllt'll. new students. 31111 ex 611 11111 acquairitaitces. On the last day of tl1e week. homerooni representatives distributed "Howdy'i badges which identihed the wearers. "Tr un XYRI 1" lit-lpx ClPt'0l'Lll4' .intl liinmlx llutl .p-. K,-ze. s'3,,,z llziliinet im-inlu-ra to rlun ine-etinu ll'lN't'lllIl't'N and tllst'lhNlHIlN. . I . . Suplwiiinre "Cindy" candidate, Martha Nlussf-r. lm' tlif- Studi-nt Cuiinvil claim-1-. juniors Randy Hz-ld:-n 1-1' in-rv wmvni-il "Cy and liinilyn ut ilu' annual fling. ll-Out ltadium tamp Fund Drive, Howdy Week n. K , ,X-' N Q , A V Y. gf Y 3 .1 Q i Nt. 'X V Q Yxv- A , X XE. 's R3 :V ' t " GATHERINC UF THE CLANY . . . Student Council Culiinct nieinlwrs are lfrfmt rowt Ginger Ward. Dium- lluidune. Nlurgut Urregu. Mary Allm-n. Rita lluntlull. Nlrs. lli-lgl-n YV4-lla apuiiwr: Iwi-mill run? lfinily llulli-ig Sunxly Suinli-i'-mi. llllllllil lla-iwl. Hans Kunipw, l'uul l"i'vvlwi'g: llmm-lx rms! l.aii'i'y Noting llull Sites. Nlurv lioilrln-r. leliunlx Ilimsii. llvnny Nnutln-ilaiinl, ,uicl Alun Mm-llmy. rlllic i-tiliim-t iwuisista ull Student lfouna-il nfliige-iw. una' i'm-p1'e-se-ritutiw lruiii i-.ii-li 1'lllNN. unil gill lllllil-Vlly :uunvil im-iiiln-is. . Q fu W . . 'yy ' 5l-ITTING THE POLICY . . . 1965-1966 btudent Council nllir-ers are- Larry Yuusi- lI't'il'allI'f'I4f, Rita Randall se-4-iw-tui'y: llurl Sita-5 prefi- dvnt: and Alun Nlvllmy vim--me-sitle-nl. ifuiinvil ullii-1-re ni:-1-t willi ,fx J H111111.x111.1 S1 1:.11.1 ls 1 . . X1t'llI1Jt'I'N 111 1111- N11ti1111111 Htllllll' S111-i1-13 HIP I1-111111 Blunk. 1.L1IlI'lj' H1111-. Stan Nlillvr. Chris Ruth. Alan Nlvllmy 11111111 111111 KLl11lf 1:Iklll'1x. l.i111111 H1131--. 11111111i1- l1Lll'l,1llt'l'. 1,i111111 l1l'Ll1J1lLllIl. Stvw 511111141-1', N11-I 51111-1, 511-w llupvf, K111'1J11 llielz. 11111 1 g1'1IXX1'1Q1'l'. 111111 K.1y ,l11l111s1111, 1'l1yHi- X-111-11111, 1'11'14'Il Hull. ,1lI11y l11C'llIl, lim- Alf, Sllillllll HUH1111111, li111'11111'11 5111'11111t. 1311111111 uw Nl111i11g1-1. ,lllllll H1'.11111-1. 11.11111 11LlIIIII1I1'11. Hi1'l1111'11 N-111111111. 111111111111 41111111 111111 li111111i1- l"11N1111. 1:l'4'Il41Ll 1111111-1'Iw11. lfl11'1'yl 1.51111 xlll 11LIIkIlLlI'l1. 1:1ll11y ll111'11111, Nlury XlI1'11, Yivki 11L1l'1l'I', PLIIII KI1-111. P11111 1111111 Sllll1t'l'. N1111'ilx11 gl'1lll1l,11Ll11 5p1111lq1k1, 511111111 U5t1111.1g1'. 1iXIl1I1 Hill1-13. Kathy 5111111111 M1-1-111111 1-11111 11l'r'Il11Ll llmw. X1lll'1LlIl 1'1l41'11L111. H111115. ,1'lYIll lfngvr. 116111115 1.11111-. Cary Nivlu-1. L1-v Atki11s1111 1:Q'l'1'1 5111111-1'g.4I111w1l 1.11111-1. Xllilil l:l'lll1'. Suv 11ill'1lllLlIl. 111-11111113 Nay. fX1111c1w1111. .lllf ,Xl11'111111111. .lvff Fislu-1'. P1411-1' .l11l111w11. H115 I 1 0 C A A 1 A t I h 1 t P Tappgd QII1bLI'S SSIS 11 C 0 HS IC I'OgI'3II1 l'1l.1c1:'l13l1 1'1l.lIl'l . . . Nilliilllill H1111111' 5111-if-ty 1111111-ls Lllgl' ll1'1I 111 right! 11LlY1l1 '1'l11111111s1111 Ill't'N141f'll1. 1141- X .1111 Xi1'l'-I1I't'N1t1t'll1. 51111115 51111111-1'-1111 II't'ilNlll'l'l'. LIIIL1 11111-yl slluifll' -I'l'l'1'1L1IAf. f ZIV' 1 1, qw? ' ,. , ,5"'l1Nx.QQ' 7 ,1 S W -ov 1 AJ 'UNK 1 'mb , 1 nb' 11 , i 1 Q1 Wk J '51, ,Y gym Thomas Aguc. Bill Hudson, Carla Bishop, Susie Hixon, Sandy Sander- son, Esther Rusthoveng tback rowt Linda Reisinger, Sonna Springer. Kay Bole, Jon Beard, Dan Osborne, Lew Beckwith. Harold Milli, Dick Kraege, John Schneider, Bob Long, John lx'lt"Ct,ll'l1llt'li, Hill Hess, Mike Adams. Larry Carroll, Steve Vlfaggoner, Scott McKay, Mike Young. Erik Sueberkrop, Mark Roberts. Ken Vlfilson, Dave Perry, Jim Vlfil- liams, Dave Thompson. ponsor Turkey tomp Sharing their key to knowledge, National Honor Society members participated for the third year in the National Honor Society Student Scholastic Assistance Program. The program instituted the tutoring of students requesting help in a particular subject area. The department head referred these students to an Honor Society member having earned a major in that particular study interest. Another project of the honor group was sponsoring the all-school Thanksgiving dance, "Turkey Stomp." The Wstompers" danced to the music of the Jim Edison dance band and demonstrated their creative ability in a Crazy Tie and Bow contest. Senior Sandy Sanderson was awarded a turkey for selling the most dance tickets. Requisites for entrance into the organization included teacher recommendations and a 6.0 grade average. The final selections were made on the basis of the qualities of character, leadership, scholarship, and service. Students of junior or senior standing possessing these attributes found their reward on Tap Day as they were nominated for mem- bership in front of their classmates. Officers included Dave Thompson - president: Lee Atkin- son - vice-presidentg Caryl Squier - secretaryg and Sandy Sanderson - treasurer. Dean of Boys Robert Gwyn and Mrs. Janet Weaver provided faculty sponsorship for the honor group. 5 TAPPED . . . National Honor Society prcsident Daw: Tlionipson 4-xtencls I1 welcome hand to junior Lou Ann Hollingsworth at Tap Day. lm v , , an . Q O ! ef SJ 111111111 Wl1l'1'l-ins . . . Quill and 91-1'11ll ll1lJllllJt'I'S are lf1'1111t row! ljkllllbll' S1-l1111i1lt. fI111'11l C11111pl11ll. ,I111111 R1-11111 -1', Nlury .l1-1111 H11111111111. lIel1-11 Hall: lSt'1'IIIlll row! Phyllis .X4llt'I'Llfl. Nlimly Il111i-. Suzy Sim-. Slew SlllKll'lI'l'. R11- Z111l1. lllllllllt' l"11s1'111: ll1111'k 1'11wl Hike llaniel. Fred I11111111111. ,l111'ki1- H1111g1-11f111'1l. Sllllllll Sp1'i11g1'1'. ,lim Hulyerts. Publications Honorary Inter-Club Council 1 PIN S1211 .... 'xlllllllg II111 111111'l1 11f 1listi111-li1111. 91-11i111' J111111 R1-11111111 pins l ll l1111111111i1-1'1- 1111 Quill 111111 S1-1'11ll i111lu1-I1-1-, SIPYK' Sl1id1-l1-1'. 1 "Ye shall k111111' the l1'utl1 and the truth shall 111111111 ye free... was tl1e Illflllll uf fX1'li11gl1111 j11u1'11alists. Quill illlfl Sf'l'1lll. an i11te1'11ati111111l l11111111'a1'1 llflullllfxfl ill l'71Zf1.p1'11111pl111l ll11-11ll1i1-s11l.i11111'1111lis111111111 111 ll11- s111111- lime 1'ewa1'1le1l students I111' lllllll' 1111rti1-ip11ti1111 i11 j11u1'11alisli1' ae- tixities. As of l'165. it was 1'11111p11se1l of 7.5011 t'llilllll'l'S i11 the lillililfl States illlfl f111'eig11 1-11u11l1'ies. lle1li1'ale1l lu the late Ella SPllQC'IllN?l'Slt'l'. llll' 1l1'li11gl1111 chapter I'6C1Ull't'll appli1'a11tst11 be11fju11i111'111'se11i111'sta111li11g ancl t11 have lllll i11Cl1es 11f p1'i11te1l eupy 111' its l'qUlY2.llPIll. One yearis se1'1'i1'e 1111 either ll1e IANCER 111' tl1e ACCOli,1XlJl'i stall was also a requisite f111' lilCllllTtxl'Sl1llJ. l11clu1'ti1,111 1'e1'e- 111o11ies were l1el1l i11 X111'e111l1e1' Hllll May. A speech by Myrtie Barker. "My Wi111l11x1"1-11lu11111ist f111' the l111'lia11ap11lis News. l1igl1ligl1le1l the fall i11iliati1111. N05-IO66 cpllilldlltl S:-1'11ll 11llic'e1's were B111111is Fus1111 X p1'esicle11t: Helen Hall e 1'i1'e'p1'esi1le11t: Ca1'11l Ca11111l1ell se1'1'eta1'y: and Joan Reamer - lI't'HSl1l't'l'. The 11ewly-111'ga11ize1l l11te1'-1'lul1 C11u111'il mei 1111111tl1ly I11 cliscuss mutual 1'lul1 p1'11l1le111s uf 111e111l1e1'sl1ip tlllfl li11a111'es with tl1e lllll'pUSt' 11f better 1-11-111'1li11ati11g all Sulllllll 111'g1111iz11- li1111s. The Q2QI'0lllJ 11 as aclvisefl I11 George l71t'lfllIl'lll. sp1111s111'. O1'iginat111' of the C11u111'il. Slilllfll' Sheri l,t'll1L'liS. NN as eleet- ed president. Other 1'1fl'i1'e1's i111'lu1sle1l Alan McDaniel i Vive- presiclent: Dee Atz -- secretary : 1111fl Russ Bllltlllilll ee executive secretary. T11 assure future 1'11u111'ils of lea1le1'sl1ip. memlners fleeidecl that the exef'11tix'e se11'1'eta11y XV0l1lfl always be of junior Slilllfllllg. 51 T 1 1 . "I'fxRRI" . . . Spvakvr Myrtiv llarkvr inQpirmI iournalism initial:--. , lg-"M" ' XL. 'l'l1llxrLl 'l'xl.l.lHlcw . . . Ilufinws ,xlLllILlQLl'l'N .uw II1-II In iiululi Ilmlx Harlan, Ure-gg lQl'Il1'NI. aunwl li1'4IIliI'l'X Xiu. 551-ifi ' ia. ii .131 's ,- .Xi 1 I .Q Q-v 'l'ufL1-g'l'llLlcNi1n . . . Mm-inlwrs ul llw Inlvr-vluln Council am- lfrmit row! Iiunnim- llc-ailnrz Illiirml run! Kay Ilulv. Hu-x I'1f-Nlmi. lin- Xmly Elsie Ecclestun. John Acewclu, Alana Darn-II, Virginia Yw, Kalln-y llixun. lillxarli-Q K--nm-ely. ,lim Ilwnnwym. ,Ianv Iialp. Klan XIIIM Nlerriman, De-Iibie Svlnnidt, Lou Ann Hullingswurtli. Pam I'auIi: Ilmavk rms! Ilyrwn Ilnrn-, Ilulv Harlli-5, in-xv Xlagulwiivn. Ilill II: tsecond rowl Carol Campbell, Dana Winn, Nancy Ste-plieiis. IJ:-0 Aix. lniants llrikinanis. I.ar1-3 liarmll. IIIIWLII IInItm.1n, S1--xv IM. :In I I Shari Lf-incke. Rita Kay Julillsnn, ,Ioan Ra-mnv1'. ,Ianis Cwsonali-, and Ilavial He-amly. f' C1 la' ' ' -'S ' A L L 'N L F L" ru . ' alll lmrnwll l'llll"l lfivlrl Hullx ll'lI'llPlll' H4 l ' ' . .L . . . . 1 . vpf- ,L'X1Il, Nlruzx mul SlIl'l'll llnun. lxrrrwl l.1-ipnilz. llllflll lfgunplrf-ll. Sumli Ill-lfvliw. Nlurplxy. lfl11'iQ Rlvlll. Supl! lfunlz 1lm1-14 rmvl ,Xlun Nlvlkuxiel. ,lim llu-H K1-nm-fly. ,lulln Nlurlx-. ,l1'-g111m- l,1'l:Lll'U, Sul- l'l1-rlmmll. flilllly Puym-. Stvw Wuggullvlg Bull llalrlle-y. l,4Il'llLl He-ll:-r, ,lim Himlmun, Xll'l'1.lIl.lll1l. Il.-flu 5llll1ll'l'NI lwf-mul mul l'luil Nlvlhlllivl. l.a1na1 Nlilw llamif-l.,lwlm HvNs.ul14lll1'a-g Svllilling. Actors, Crews Work for ational Thespian Points, ' muah" . . . l'L1lli11--Nlufw ln nlv up on 4mm lull H1 In lun UII1 lmm.1. xllllill xx1'll1'lxlIl1l lllllt lu ls :Ima fll llllll "lJux"l' Mn Nlxm: 'Illl-l Snug NlI5'lXKli-. . . . Nlr-. lhn--rlu Xvygll. 1ll'LIIllLl spmmsur. uvwptx no "funny llllhlllviiu at -s-niur plux l'f'lll'LlI'5ill an ,Iwi "t!llf+llx'ilf at ,lt tl' l u to All .l . 'LIT JUST W0LTLDN'T Worm" . . . Stars of the senior play. "You Can't Take It With You," Carol Campbell and Bob Dine talk about marriage. Produce, Perform Plays Celebrating Indianals Sesquicentennial, the National Thespian Society participated in the Arlington "Fine Arts Festival" by performing "The Hoosier Schoolmasterfi The play. produced. directed. and acted by both apprentice and certified Thespians. was written by Edward Eggleston. and depicted the hardships of education in the nineteenth cen- tury. Mrs. Daveda Wyatt. dramatics and Thespian sponsor. supervised the entire Festival. Bringing the "Oklahoma" scene to the Arlington stage. 'llhespians joined with Concert Choir members in the pro- duction of Roger's and Hammerstein's musical. "Oklahomaf "Merry Christmas. Mr. Baxter." performed in a double- auditorium convocation before the holidays, and the senior- sponsored, "You Can't Take lt With Youf' by Moss Hart and George Kaufman, afforded novice and veteran actors to per- form before their harshest critics. 3.200 classmates. One-hundred hours of working time in productions was the main requirement for membership in the dramatics hon- orary. Recorded as points. each ten hours of service either in make-up and costume committees, backstage crews. or on stage. merited one point toward membership. las Q , " 1. "MERRY CIHRIsrMAs?" . . . George Baxter, played by senior Tun Talbot. visits his daughter lsopliomore Karen Nle-Wl1ii'tei'I ti . - N W . , .. mas in a scene from Merry f,.lll'lSlllldS. Hr. liaxter. v tsenior Mike Daniel! to talk them out of collllllg home Ikon l'I11i t O 0 kt in mix" . . . Wilde It-ad. Hill P1-ll. lmoms out the title song. Acting to Full Houses, "Oklahoma e where the wind comes sweeping down the plain!" Presenting Arlingtorrs second annual fall musical. over two hundred music and dramatic students. directed by Nlrs. Dayeda Wyatt and Ralph Horine, produced Rogers and Hammersteins t'Oklahoma." November 12 and 13 in the Arlington Auditorium. Seniors Karol Leipnitz and Bill Pell. both "Arlingtones." starred as Laurey and Curly. young Oklahomans who played so "hard to get" that the result was marriage. Seniors Lana Ferrell. Linda Mayes. and Terry Talbot captured supporting roles as Laurey's "Aunt Ellerf' fickle hometown girl. "Ado Annie." and boyfriend. "Will Parker." Auditioning for singing. dancing. and acting roles six weeks hefore the performances. participants were chosen by music and drama teachers, Staying ninth and tenth hours. cast members rehearsed daily during the six week period. and for the two weeks directly preceding the play. attended two- hour night practices. The backstage crews and costume departments were or- ganized equally as early as they met deadlines for scenery construction and costume previews. Senior Carol Hutcher- son co-ordinated dances as choreographer of the spectacle. Enthusing sell-out audiences with their professional-like display of talent. Arlingtons displaced Oklahomans earned rousing crowd approval with several curtain calls. X g s it-.U ' za. J W ' . a Q . fr .' Q-'sw Cx1t:n'r 'EM . . . A quick Hash of at camera found XlHl'ltNl'Nt. . . . Uklahonnms 1-xprcss tht-ir wondcr at tht- dt-nd liody of Oklulroimfs lcuding citizens unwinding during inter- lht- row-nk most llllHlllltlt'l'SIll1Nl "had guy." ,lud Fry. . mission of the two-act production. HQ ,' . y LsJt?19 Musicians Present Broadway how "Q0klahoma U 1 Q Xi, a W if . i 7 2 5 ky X ' Aw, - W4 4 f ,Myw QM X G i sv s , 4 .X X S N fi , . M f wi f, 3 if-Hg . , j Q 4 rg 4 Z 212 lr- "Mlm Alillits- Hu ALL .ER NU'I'HlN.. x1'NIlll0ll lslx ff ' I IN Im lwnmc km 1 Q iumplu-ll. Hirluliuus md tnkl- -pu ,J N f K DN. -f X , ,wks ...T-Q , Q.. X s as iffx "' A rt ff Y 'S Q N g , ki 5 hr ? 1 f AW? , its 9 is ,f , A , Viz., ,V V f 1 I , A , F: . I g ' W' my f ,gsfii S ss uizzers Test Knowled e Arguing both the negative and affirmative sides of the debate topic. resolved that the government should follow a policy of compulsory arbitration. varsity and sub-varsity debaters competed against such established debate powers as Warren Central and North Central. The debaters spent hours digging through volumes of magazines and books for infor- mation upon which to base convincing arguments and re- buttals. This intense efiort was rewarded in the victories which they obtained. An allied group. the Quiz team. though spending much time preparing for contests. found it necessary to rely on the store-house of knowledge that they had built up during years of study. The quiz team appeared in a practice exer- cise before a double convocation of the student body and made a good showing against Southport on the Channel 13 "Exercise in Knowledgef' The National Forensic League is a collection of com- petitive speakers and debaters who have accumulated enough points to qualify them for membership. These points are earned in such speech areas as original oratory in which the speaker prepares and delivers an original speech. Because ol its standing as a national organization. the accomplish- ments of speakers are recognized throughout the nation. ' ' ior liill llll1lsoIl.Ll nicinlmcr ol ilu- varsity l'igi:i-mzxiv. I i:o1:i,if:vi . . . N-n dt hate squad. 1'XLllllLllt'N available argunn-nts in his collection of df-lratc . aving polished his skills as a quick and logical tliinkcr. llill clrds H1 . .... S X.. Q t t . 1-ulit ipind in hi ttond Xen oi1l4'lb'ltc an-lion t 'C-3 12.5. l'l"s lllCllX'I'Xltl.lil . . . X11-mln-rs ol tht- lla-hatc Team are tfront row! Lynn llarkins. Kay White. Bill Hudson. Paula Spahr, Tom l Howard Huehlcr: that-k rowl Mary ,lam- llll"'l'li It--th lit Xl: it in lloln llarllcx. Sandy Sandcrson. Carol Thurston, Theresa Hartley. Bob John 'vnoldsg tsccond rowl Nlikc Sl'llllIllllLllit'I'. Steve Nkvaggoncr. .lflll lit-art. son. llaxid Klinkosc assumed thc roll of coach. I l As Speakers And Debaters Give Uriginal Orations gl?I'lil-INIFI Sm!-:N . . . Quiz team nwmlmers un- tstundingb Lu- Xtlxinson. Stun Mille-r, ,lulm llmmlmm- LllIl'l'INll4'NI muxlf-lla Larry Carroll. Peggy Lynn, Jun I34-urfl. and Dun Oslmrm-. Q ""'N Q ff? x fxRGUTVIENTA'I'IVl-I ACTION . . . Nlt'llllN"l'S of lln' Nzxlinmll Fun-ruin' Lvilgllt' am' llkmnl nm! Sgmnly Sulnln-lxull. Hope Levitt. Kay White. Ctlllllilf Coyle. 'l'lu-rm-fu Hurllf-y: lf:-vmnl rmsb 'llnn l ngf-r. S1-ull lin-xx-lm. lCI.m Donahue, Bill Hudsun. 1xILll'yJilIlt' 3It'I'4'it'l'l tlmvk row? Clary HIUWII. lllmrlic- Kt'llIl4'tIj. 511-xv Wuggmmf-r. .I Hartley. Howard Hue-lmler, and Hull Jllllllitbll. Snpl1m1m1'v Hopf- IA-xill plum-cl first in eps-1-011 fm-Iimlul cm Ile-Ill R1 xxmlmi 14- Smitl on 131-uid liuln 'Iitiu11. Q" if 1 Lai- if . x gow' ,Q Win! ' fi 'f .. 1 -Www Book Rltll.Dl'1llS . . . Nlcnrln-rs ol' the lirst period 1966 ACCOLADE liiruckz lstanding at right! Bonnie Fusonf eo-editor: tback rowl staff are lfront row! Sarah Shirley. Kathy Haymont. Cindy Butler. Terry Appleby. llehhie Schmidt. Mark Roberts. Pam Powell. Bolt Nlary .le-ani Homann. .loan R1-aint-1'. Nlury lansen. Suzy Sims. Kathy Winder. Nlichacl Daniel. and Bill Hulse. C t ' 1966 A t' GH Th E h 9 HP urlllg C 1011 ere, ere, Vefyw ere, Piaorjrissimp . . . Hill Hulse and Fred Bowman are "darkroom nlastcrf' in cllargc of all .UilI01.Al1E photos. Scheduling their production from May to May . the ACCO- LADE staff used copy. headlines. cutlines. and pictures to capture the spirit of 1966. Wo1'k began at the annual Quill and Scroll Awards ban- quet in May when present editors announced the next yearis editorial positions. During August. several staff members attended the Indiana High School journalism Institute to perfect their skills in business management. editing. and photography. Both the senior editor and advertising manager worked during the summer in order to get senior portraits taken and to contact advertising prospects. Two weeks after the beginning of the fall semester. the ACCOLADE subscription campaign began. ac :ompanied by rehearsals for the,ACCOLADE-sponsored "Knight Train to Talent." Selling 2.650 books worth 51.50 for 53. the stall made up the deficit by netting 56800 from the talent show. 52.100 from advertising. and 551.100 from the sale of under- class pictures. Actual yearbook deadlines followed the talent show as picture orders were due starting on November 1. Both picture and copy editors worked after hours and on Saturdays to meet engraving and printing requirements. llfleanwhile. 2.500 underclass pictures were taken. sorted. distributed. and pasted on cardboard panels. As picture and copy orders were completed. staffers cor- rected and approved first and second proofs of all materistl included in thc book. ldinally. 2.650 coxer-bound ACCOLADES nere dis- tributed on June 1 depicting 1966 - "Here. There. liyery- where With An Arlington Accent." if xy xx X Wfw 'Q Q Rv' 4 WILI.ING W4bRKk1llS . . . lXlf'IIllN'I'4 of tlw sw'-olifl pwriofl 1966 ACCO- llincly Ni-f-lf-y.1LuiI SI4-vvzml: lllLl1'lxl'4HNl Kathy ,lxl1'l'l'llllLlIl. llinifl ll1'I IADE staff arm- tstunrling at If-fl! Carol Cainplwll -vo-n-1,litm', Lynda Nludulyn Kvll. Sim-xv D1-Nluugin. Kuneli KI1-inlu-lie-r. Sm!! lhw-xi In Rm-sirlcs: lfront rim! Ste-plianiv Ralf-s, Mrlrgut l,ll'l'4Jg1l, Donna Smith. Paul Ifr:-1-lwrg, llnttife Griffith. anirl 'Xnitru illurk. taff Compiles Volume S 3 , Nav" -WM iwism , Xnn Aw All . . . Binh marking with funds fm- ACCOLADE production. LlllNk'l'llFlIlg niamlger Debbie Si-liniidt f-ontacts ad vustmnvrs and ar- ranigvs pie-tiilws. while- husinvss IIILIIILIQPI' Mike llanif-l takfxs cliarge ui' lhf- wh-s vunipuigii und spring clintrihutiim. lfumg liUNl'h.Iil-Qnilla . . . llmnxlimxliiig pivlun- and Vlllby tlirnugliniil lhi- lmnk involve-d wer-lily "planning fs--hsiniisu annuiig 1-ii-wlituis ilu:-nl lfgnnplwll and Bonnie FUSUII., and uvtixitim-5 4-ditur Lymhi He-sid.-5. 40" Q ', nfl? If ., R I ' 4, M. ,N.A " ' 5 Z ' lg! nga ,...f . V "MW" 'li 'l'il'It xt it-11io1's Vicki iilt1I'it'I' and Lee ,Xlkinszvn reigti as "Knight -ll tial'-." Xilitigtonl Illllnl typical tcm-ns. tilt-cn-tl hy ,XTIIOIJADE sltlist-1ilw1's their ll.tIlll 111-rc 1111t1ou11c1-tl tluritic ititcrntission. Knighfs Swingin, Train Unloading talented cargo ill two weekend performances October 1 and 2. the Fourth Annual 5'Knight Train to Talentu climaxed the 1966 ACCOLADE's sales campaign. Viewed by 3,000 students and patrons, the twenty-three act 'Knight Train" was conducted onto the auditorium stage by senior Carol Campbell and junior Dave Huttner. Acts for the show were selected from forty-two which auditioned i11 two days of competition by faculty judges Mary Benedict, Patricia Egan. William Hering. Robert Healy. the ACCOLADE co-editors, and AFS'ser Hans Kamps. Folk singers with protest from nwfest Side Storyw and "The Sound of Music." the Arlingtones singing "I Wish I Wuz" and "Oklahoma," all acrobatic interpretation of 4'The Man With the Colden Arm," oriental hand-to-ha11d combat. upbeat combos. and upperclass MA-Go-Go" chorus lines. were among the best remembered acts of the successful ACCOLAUE-sponsored production. As the train stopped over for intermission. candidates chosen by ACCOLADE subscribers for ulinight all Gale." Arlingtorfs typical teens. were introduced. Seniors Vicki Carter and Lee Atkinson reigned as the "Knight Train" picked up steam a11d chugged along to the e11d of the 1965 "Knight Train" track, Tx1,1so'1 un CKDNIIVXNX . . . The "iJlliIl4'lllJl'dS,,' tleft to 1-ight! Tioll Dine, Tani Talbot. Terry Talbot. KHICII 5ylYFSlCl'- and ,lohn Talbot perforni ill the-ir third "Knight Train" appearance singing popular folk songs like "You Were On N15 Nlindf' "The Mighty Mississippi." and "That's the Way It's Gonna Be." Chu S Into uditorium With Talent of thc Times ",A' . ' ' , ,H in ,Q yi I fl W 54:1 '45 'L' 439 5 ff 7' ' 'f J? 1.9, X ff . if 32 if t , ff if , , ,zgaf ' ' , ' ,, 1, 2 , 1 , - f , 1 4 ., if 4 4, 'L A X f .v' I. fx Q WWA' f 'fr 5 E Rn "Hi 'l'm1m1 FI!!!-I-HXDIRKYIU . . . Mark Trilnlny and l'liil N11-llunivl nnnlw "Kiwi Nu S1'1uNm" . . . xl1'IlIiN'l'5 uf lllf' illlliwl' Vlilxx 4'll"l'lIN lin:- 1il1'il'L'0lIlt'lif dt-init 415 "The B1'utlwl's Sllllltlgtku IlI'Ll1'Ii1't' Ill:-ir aft for lin' iilwl time- in that ui-t uniting rmim, SENIORWJ Bfn'st'?t A-Cu-Cu . . . Steve Jackson, Lee Atkinson, und Ron Slllllgiltfill. along with thirty of lin-ir swpl1i+tiv.1te-:I male colleagues. provide the 1965 "Knight Train to Tall-nfs" musing Final:-. 7 5 s x I xml mr .... N1-nf 4-Anim. X 9' Nl'llllll' lllxlll- 'XXII vlklfl. 1-xplulns ilu- pru- - uf um nm lllllt nt 1X4 nlx ln .INNIQIIIIIQ lwulx. If if .af 4, DYYXNIIC Dun .... lim Robe-rts and Helen Hall head the staH Rated As All merican, .'xDVER'I'ISING PAYS . . . Manage-is Mindy Davis and Cary Dick lluus cuntuvt nvighlmrhuod IIIPITIILIIIIS for LANCER uds. ' I 4 it li MEETING DEADLINES . . . LANCER staffers are lfront rowl Phyllis tor. Mindy Davis co-adn'-rtising IllLlIlLlt!.t'I'.lillfylS1'll.ll4'l',,lLll'lilt' Hun- Ashcraft -news editor. Steve Shideler- managing editor, Helen Hall get-ford -f business manager. Xlary All:-n. Kathy Snapp, Cary Dicklraus f- co-editor, ,lim Roberts- co-editor. Sonna Springer -- feature editor. --- co-advertising managerg that-li row! Ilaxc Perry, .Ion lla-ard copy Mike Adams --sports editor, Fred Bowman - photographer: lsecond row? ,lane McKay, ,lane Lunsford -exchange manager, Ros Zody - news bureau, Helen Lanteigne. Nancy Screiber - assistant sports edi- editor, Bud Sites, and Myron Esliowsky. Stall member- work to-itll:-1 one or two class periods daily earning one-hall credit pci' period and in addition. spend extra time after school compla-ting assignments, CBR Relates News, Entertains, Boosts pirit Relating school news, provoking thought with editorials. providing entertainment with columns and cartoons. and boosting spirit with endorsement of school projects, the LANCER staff kept students and faculty informed. Thirty reporters compiled features. editorials, and news stories by covering their Hbeatsl' of extra-curricular activities and academic departments while seven editors "made upll pages. edited, and copyfitted. News Bureau writers provided the east and northeast neighborhood papers with pertinent com- munity news and also wrote for weekly editions of Teen. Slar and Youth World News. Due to the top salesmanship of the advertising stall. the LANCER switched occasionally from its regular four page size to a six page, an eight page, and a ublack and gold" twelve page issue at Sectional time. On November 13, sixteen LANCER staffers journeyed to Ben Davis High School for the Second Annual Quill and Scroll Press Day. Sheila Woods and Bud Sites garnered first-place trophies in artlines and sports while live others attained honorable mention certificates in advertising. editorial-writing. newswriting. Cartooning, and feature- writing contests. The LANCER was rated tops by the International Quill and Scroll, the National Scholastic Press Association. and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. proving it one of the elite high school publications in the country. ,,,,., .,,..,.,......a1G' i I HU xlf-'AV ,"""i 'XL' Z' ,- ,- .........'-""" ,.........f-""' ...---"' . ,,, -'fha S'l'YI.l-I . . . Milo- .Xdams, Sonna Springer. anal Str-xc Sliitltlt-r cznil.-r. gt...-f tlo-l,liL'lr'l'Eas . . . Lancer Ri-prcsentatiyes are tfront rowl Steve Hartz. tfarol Campbell, Margo We-dekind. .loan Beamer. Rita Kay johnson. Nancy Sclireibcr. Lynda Al'l'llt'l'. Patti Cole. .ldllvl Quakenbush. Sllsi Grist-ll. Eyy Lambert. Debbie Kappus. Kay Wttlsli. Karen Williams. Carla Foltz. Carol Hornbeck. Kandi Kleinhclterg tsl-cond row! Bonnie Euson. Pam Xlader. Xlary ,lean Homann. Ruth Horn. Cindy Ne-cle-y, ,lo Nell English. ,lami Thixton, Twanda Kirby. Kay Corbin. Karyn Marshall. Debbie Wliitatrc. Shelly Nethery. .lanie Evans, Brinda Davy. ,logXnne Waggoner. Sherry McKnight. Carolyn Monday: tthird rowl Donna Beiscl. Barbara Survant. Nancy Stephens. .lo Priest, ,ludy Sllvllc. Ros Zody. Malena Codby. Tom Beall. Dan Springer. Scott Ford. Carol Sanderson. Linda Sue Foreman, Dick Barnard, Nancy Palmer. Barbara Rankin: tback row! Jane Klein, Steve Raisch, Terry English. Karen Roberts. Chris DeCaro. Alan Atlas. ,lames Brolin, Ralph 0'Re-ar. Don Davis. Cary Buchanan, Rich Beidy. Joe Bobo, Sum- Pratlier. Barb Hartley, Kathcy Merriman, Terri Butcher. Tim Wallace. Lancer Representatives are chosen at the beginning of eat-li year to collect fees and distribute papers. Lancer Deliverers Spee evvsg Boygs State, . . fs if 5 - 5 W -sr- rw.. I Q-un.. ""'53a ....--' g raw." F' J be ' , l'lItXVl'ltT Fmnxx . . . Picking up thc ueekly IANCER for distribution, l'1'Ill'l'Nt'lliilllXl'N show up faithfully to speed the news delivery on to 'Xrlington students. "Attentionli' being called to frustrated paper carriers and part-time mailmen. homeroom representatives found their calling as "Friday morning" LANCER Representatives. Representatives displayed tremendous salesmanship abil- ities by selling 2.650 ACCOLADES in a two-week period. In one week and almost simultaneously. they issued LANCERS, sold ACCOLADE subscriptions. and counted ballots for the Talent Shows "Knight 'll Gale." Developing skills in governmental actions. seniors Lee Atkinson and Steve Waggoner attended Boy's State, a mock government conference at Indiana University. Preparing for careers in business. juniors and seniors de- yelopetl and display ed talents in the Junior Achievement or- ganization. lVleeting weekly in the new .l.A. Center. each company owned and operated small-scale businesses with the assistance of adult advisers. Representing Arlington ,l.A. members. senior Sandy San- derson reigned as "Miss J.A.". and seniors Phil Hergett and ,lackie Hammond. president and treasurer respectively, pre- sided over meetings of the .l.A. Association. A highlight of the P165-1966 J.A. year was the Sixth An- nual Trade Eair held at the Agricultural Building of the State Fairgrounds. The theme of the two-day event was "ISO Years of Progress." 5 i I l 2 x 2 i Z Qt V 3 v E l t 1 n l I l I 1 l l l l s l .I -74" JXSl'IlilYlL PHI.l'I'I4II,'XNS . . . Iiuyk Stun- pmtivipgiiite un- ifi-fmt rmvr Stew Shiileler, Dave Thumpsnn W- ullerllzitesz tluuek rowi Steve Wag- guin-r and lm- Klkiiisiiii. fford GM0Ck9 Experienee iilfI'ICE Olf'lI12lXI.S . . . Seniors Niek Burrell and Sumly Iii-F1-live Imr- guin with Cary ilruwii alt tlii- 6111 .-Xnlluiii .l. X. T1'aii'l1- Fair. INTICI-ID . . . Supliiiiimle Kandi Kleirihelte-r und junior Steve Reinlitmli f-unc-entrate 011 Ll Junior Achievement glllllt' 1-iw-utimi ut the LlIlIlllLli trade fair while shaggy stuffed animals limk un. if Marchers aster killful Techniques, Routines X s f ' .t , ,r - W, f J :Uv ggy , SPIRIT Srmgxmgizs . . . Color guards :lrum mail ll l it luidx fllNIllllY Ilif- A V ., x.jjL ' . ' e . 4 , p f ff:',15,,:,gf 1' ,, 5 1 W Vg, xf Qi Y v ,Q W I x x X z 5 S, , 1 J XM N X'tXw,',Q1f,' 5 ' Q f - t , I x 3 , QM' 'Maas , 'f sf, w,Z35jaiv,kf'gy , f e 1 Q 4 2 v U .sf R itu Randall and Caryl Squier. and ir award-winning p1'm'm'isio11. l' Carrying the idea of school spirit to its limits, the march- ing band performed in award-winning style for Arlington athletic events as well as for downtown parades and fes- tivities. The marching band began rehearsing in the last two Weeks of August. and tried to limit its after-school rehearsals to one a week. With beauty and precision, the band marched away with First Division. Class A rating in the state contest. The band has never ranked below first place in marching competition. Starting its season of performances at the football jam- boree last fall, the marching band displayed its talents at five home football games. Performing along with the Golden- aires. the band also marched in the Indianapolis Christmas and Veterans' Day parades. Second semester, the marching band disbanded because of a lack of chances to perform. Reorganizing at mid-term, the band prepared to participate in the May 21 Band Recognition Day Parade. a part of the "SOO" Festival. The band also marched in the "500,, Parade. Marchers felt their band was a true leader in school spirit. Marching band members made up a large part of sports spectators and added life to games with their cheers as well as with their half-time entertainment. Their routines and songs spelled spirit. " "' ,mg 4 0 Mi? I I W2 .ff-.1 5 .sr ft. fe For Prize'-Winning Form CULDHN lllllbllti . . . Tlu- Vvlvrunf Daly Puiurlv prmimlvfl lv-livv nrnmxl 1 l"ANm l'i4lU'l'XNlIKlx . . . ixl1'lIllIf'l'N of the xlLll'4'lllI1g llunml am' lfront YUM, Cindy Harlan. Rita Randall, Judy PUl'lf'l', Caryl Squier. Kuff-n Die-Iz. Hairy Ellison, Nunvy Friend. Nunvy Flif-k: lwwvrul row! Stews- Halxigl. Mary Allen. Linda Svhwviger. Sulli Tiuvif, Pam De-puly. Nlilfrilld Davis. Donna llc-isvl, .lunv Klm-in. .lan-kiv HUIlQ.ft'l'f1lI'll. Linda Raining. lllacle-lyn Kell. .luyfc Kruwvll. Pam Klein, Rlimuln llurnarml. ,lun Kinm-5. Ginny Lucki-. Linda l'm-rice. P411 Rvidyg ttliird row! jaym- Ikawu, Dnrvllu .'xI1lll'l'Slbll., Juunm- Williams. Diane' Nixon, .Ioan Rvainwr. .IQ-fl Baile-5. Xlex LuSk:.11'is. john Wm-inliardt. Miki' Adams. Bill Hynvs. .lnhn Cuttmi. .lim Wheel:-r. Bm-n wvuullzllll. ,lulln Huron. Dirk lh-idy. Jim Vain,-1-, Curl Curr. Alun Hurclmi. Holm Lung: tfuurlll row! Nh-gg Wumls. Cr:-g Svliillingr. P4-nny lfitl. Cm-ui'gv lfllvll. Bill Sclwlivld. Russ Rlilll'l'lP. 'llnn Q l L iZ KWNN 3 apelkv-F it swim pp- Coneert Band Presents Tift Flutesf Severinsen Yultklm . . . lint' N-vi-iliist-ii paid his st-coml visit lo 'Xrhn-"ton lol thu "Opus Yu llonccrl. is gucsl soloist hc pi-rlornied In-fore at scll- out llll!llt'HPt' ol over 1500 pe-oplc. U ln rhythm with the pace of 1966. the Concert Band pre- sented an action-packed year of convocation. concerts. and regional and state contests. The band gave their annual "Pops Concertfi "A Flock of Fifty Flutes." llecember ll under the direction of Gerald linipfel. Albert Asurini. llutist with the Indianapolis Sym- phony. and Edward Fitzgerald. llute instructor at Ball State University. were among the participating hfty flutists. Also performing in the spectacular were Marion County grade and high school liute players. lncluded in the year's program was "Opus Vi' on March 4. Making a return engagement. Carl "Doc" Severinsen was the featured guest soloist. The noted trumpeter. assistant di- rector of the "Tonight Showii orchestra. accompanied the hand in five numbers including "Ballad for Trumpet" and "Dialogue for Trumpet." To meet popular demand. selections from this concert were recorded and sold to band members and interested patrons. The Concert Band had representatives in the All-City Orchestra as well as the All-State Band and Orchestra. It also boasted two members in the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra. ln February. soloists and members of ensembles entered state music contests and achieved lirst division ratings. Gerald Knipfel. band director and instructor. taught the live levels of band beginning band. select reserve and reserve bands. marching band. and concert band. New Yxxfqma f f NIAKING MITSIC . . . Members of tlie Concert Band are tfront rowl ,lolin Huron, Ron Rivln-son, lien Womlgmlg tfourtli rout ,llt'l'l'y Curt. Carla Bishop, Leslie VVinslow. Gail Spoolstra, ,lenny .-Xtkinson. llurlniru Wfigllll. .Klan llorclon. tlurol Alnlon. tlmin Nllleibll. l.in4lu Glenn. KLtl'1'll Heitz, Sandy Sanderson, Susie Valdez, Karen jollnson, Carol Linzer: llomrter, Tom linger. llill Huclson. lion Xxlttlrlllllll. linux Holwtte. l'uul tseeond rowl John Colbert, lion Erutll, Glenn Cunnell, ,loan Reunwr. Allen. Mike lh-own, Doug llengv, llon lhtvif, l'ttul llt-rmun. Curl Miller, Bonnie Fuson. Vicki Merritt, Pam Deputy, Nelson Wisllurt, .ltlllll Mike Weak:-r. Uivk lelttttit-lil..lt-ttZt1ring, llt'll1'4' l'ullium, ,lt-rry Cox, Weinllurdt, Tony Allio, Dun Ritchie, Dia-li Hearn, Mary Ellison. Gary Denny Edmonds. Alun XYilxon.,lo1i eXmla-rfon. ,lolln llown-y, P411 R.-iqly, Nicki-lg tthircl rowl Pete ,l0llI1SOIl, Ritfllilfll Newmon, Lou Ann Terry Muliler. .loe Hollingswortll: lltllvli row! Donna Kouxw. Klan Hollingsworth, Alan Howard, Greg H4-liilling, Bill S4-liolieltl, Drum- Kit-lhmiel. llolm We-lu-r. .lolin liolluml. lllltl' Woreligun. Nlilu- l'1-rkin-. Fl'llilIlS, Penny Fitt, Steve Huliig. Boll Long. Nlikf- Cruliu. Don Allen. Larry Xouw. llon .Nil-Nlillun. Jerry llonm-5, Vlloltt Word. NHORNS OF PLENTY' . . . Trumpeters Russ Roberts, Tom llenge, Tom Ungm-r, llill Hudson. anti lion Wor-lmm l't'LlIlt'll lln- In-nw-Ute of long hours of pravtiee as uurlienee upplatule-rl tlleir pf-rfornmi14'e ut tlie "Opin V' lmntl concert. .L V t. , Q .K agll 'I if ' TQ Steward. Ron Pettigrew. Ann Bislwp. Pain w'llkf'TStPll. Dianr- Talmavliili. ltlvllc Kruss. Linda Clark. llvlnnit- Nublv, triglntr john llnlln-rt. ,lulin Lappas. Glenn llunnvll. Man llowartl. Pliil lluppcr. llarliara Lung: lfuurtll rnwl Nh-rrp Spmvlalra. llavid Nixon. Harp p'xni1t- Lung, Myra Harling. Nancy LaFara. Pm-ggy Dunn. Jcnny Light. jvnny Atkin- son. Barbara He-itz. Gail Sptmlstra. Carla Bislmp. lriglnb Gary Nivlwl. Orchestra Accompanies Choir In Performance At l. . . af L 4 ' , uw wi Nl mln m me 4 it ll Flizalfctli Elliwn. Phil Huppvr. Sandra Faulknvr. Call Ft:-ward. i ' v u -0 x Nixon Sli-phaniv llatvs. Barbara Sutton, Nlillilllll Past-liall. and lfliri- Hvitlt-r. 1 u .1 l' lei la lx I mr 'llhv 1-ns:-inlilv pvrfurms at was and f'llUl'Pll actiritif-5. 6 7 I Mary Ellison. John Hall. Jeanne lJeCaro. Stephanie Bates. .losa Cliafcc. Str-xc Drury. tihris Re-ider. Tari Slain. Marilyn Atkins: ttitth rout Nliss l'riscilia Smith-Ydirector, Toni Word. liandy Nick'-I. lliclx lw-lton. lilll N-hohcld. Nt:-xc lining. triglltt lcrrx xllllllt-l'. .lon Xndci- son. John liowrcyg tliack row, left! llill lilltisoll. 'liom lfngcr. lion llaxis. Tin- orchestra lll2lyt'4l at the Fine Xrts If:-stiiai. Violinist Pla s at Carne ic g ii eff Keeping in tune with the times, Concert Orchestra mem- bers proved their versatility by performing classical as neil as popular music throughout the year. Combining with the vocal music department in Noi emher, select players from the orchestra prepared the musical score for "Oklahomal', Sell-out crowds for a two-night run was the reward gained for weeks of night rehearsals. The Christmas concert featured musical "seasons greet- ingsi' with numbers such as g'Sleigh Ride" and "A Christmas Festival." Later in the evening. the orchestra accompanied the choir in the "lVlessiah." with the traditional Nliillltgllljilll Chorus" as a grand finale. February was the month of district and state contests. and members returned home with medals proving "practice makes perfectf' ln conjunction with the band and choir. the orchestra traveled to Indiana State University in April. High-lighting this performance was the patriotic "Finlandia" and excerpts from Vivaldiis "Cloria.', Junior Concertmaster Candy Kitcotl was chosen as lndiana's representative in NA Salute To President johnson." This outstanding honor entitled Candy to travel to New Yorkis Carnegie Hall for a six-day stay as our state's symbol of young musical talent. Sixty-Four elect Vocalists Display Abilities With Mm Q Classical. "pop." and religious singing constituted a "vol- ume-packed" year for the Concert Choir. Under the direction of Ralph Horine. the Concert Choir remained in Class A. first division ratings. Hours of practice in class. at home. and in private lessons encouraged mem- bers to strive for perfection. Attesting to their top ranking. junior choir members. Portia Heller and Gail Steward. gained the largest number of state contest medals with Portia receiving three gold and one silver. while Gail garnered two gold and one silver medal. Performing at the Fine Arts Festival. the choir celebrated lndiana's Sesquicentennial by singing Indiana schoolteacher Carl llawsorfs "The Sounds of Life Are Music." They also entertained at the Music Educatorls Conference at the Severin Hotel and sang for Christmas shoppers in downtown depart- ment stores. Earning city-wide recognition. the Concert Choir recorded "Young America Singsii for radio station WIBC. Climaxing the year. members joined with other city high school vocal organizations in the City Vocal Festival at Clowes Hall on May l6. .ll'r'l'r:l:s .... N waiting their performance in the State Music Contest, junior .lolm Xndvrson and senior Main McDaniel talk and worry. 'Q N, V Z Radio Pro ram, Contests 1? A, 5.,, 1, an ,, if Q 49' E S X 3 f 5 1 ROBED . . . After being issued choir rolies for spring IJl'l'flIl'lllLiIll'l'S. senior Jeff Mutter and junior Dave Huttner dress for a voiiccrt. Milan: Klxmllciax . . . Nl:-rrrlwrs nl Iln- Lon i':- rl Llroir arm- llronl row! Halpll Horinm- eliiwvlor. Katliy llalvoinla, llrvmla Inla-. lilronfla llar- nard. Carol llaniplwll. Sllilfllll llonw. llianr- lluirlom-. l,LllIl1'lLl X'xilK--rw sun. Linda lim-y, Sandy llolnson. Sur- lCrrn'ry. Cyndi Nlarlin, lflainf- l.yIN'll. l'vnny Fill. .lou-v Huddle-fron. Sli:-ila Ylllllhllj. .low .lf1llIlH'Il. June- Edisong uwninl row? Karol I.:-ipniu. T1-rry Xlvla-an. l.inda S!'llWFlgPI'. Emily Alyva. Sllaron Fosts-r, Carol Site-ag Lana l"l1'I'I'1'll. Patsy Wallis, Portia Hellvr, Paula l"l4'h5ll'l'. Marian Pawlrall, Sandi Dxlielice, Leslie Wfinsfow, Rita Randall, Linda Mayes, Ginny Dailcyg ltllird row! llnlm lloll. Uaxid llc-Nlunlvrun, Daryl llnrlram. lNl'ls4PIl Wi-- llarl. Cliris Rf-idvr. Marla Hall, Brurf- Kowaxr-avlr, Str-xv Craig, llill l'le-fs, Cary lli1'liliaus.,loliIi fllasvliino, 'llonr Frf-vinan. llriiw- llllllllllll. Frank liLlllLigllt"l'. Ulf-ini Gunn:-ll: llnavk row! .lolin 'Xinlr-rwn, ,lim lirirlr-r, Don Larson, Tom Vlfriggllt, 'llc-rry 'l'allmI, llarid Noxir-lxi. Ilill llxmlfiyf-r. 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'1111-1111--,Xi1'1-1, 111111 1111- X1'1111gl11111-X, 111111111 11l1ll1l1' l1ll'1'4'1l'l1 1111- 11l1l11l11111111 111-1-11.-Q11-11, '111'e111e-.fX111-s. the 1111-girl 1111-111 1-111111. 11e1'1111'1111'1l with the t14l1N'f'Ixt Clllbil' 111111 111'1'11f'S1l'2l 111 l111th the 1,Pl'CllllDt'l' 111111 Hay Illllblil' 11111g1'11111s 111 1111111111111 111 1111-sc-1111111 1-1111y111'a111111s. 111-- 1-11111p1111yi11g lheit' 1l11'e1'1111'. Ralph H1ll'1Il9. the 'l'1'elJle-Aires sung 111 i11illTt'l'lli1l'lk' 1',l'PSlJf1t'l'13ll C1llll'C1l f111' il Lenten se1'yi1'1- 1111 A131011 21. O11 N1Z1l'Cll 311, 111611111913 j11i11ec1 with girlis 1'1llll'l'l'1 111'511111iza1i1111s 1111111 1111 1l1C1i3l1illJUl1S high 51-11111115 1111' 1111- City Girls- lfestiy 111 at 131111111 Ripple. Ill April. the 1-h11i1' 11111'111'i11a1e1l 111 the State Music' Contest 111 ys'l111'h lhey have 1-1111s1s11111tly 1-111111-11 1i1's1 llixisilfll ratings. 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A1t'11111f'l'S p1'ey'iewec1 selec111111s 1111111 "111il3l111l11Hn 1111' 112111.11115 111 the "Knight TI'R1I1 111 Talent" ill U1-11111e1' Llllll then 1-111111111411 lc-1111 11111-s 111 the p1'111l111't11111 111 11ll' 11111Si1'111 ilsellv. 1X1'l111g111111-s I11111- IJ1'lA1'1ll'll1t'11 111 1t'ill'1lt'l'.S 1155111-111111111 1-111111-11t11111s 111111 111511 111 1-11111111u11ity sm-1111 111111 11'1llll'L'll 1'11n1'111111s. 11? 1 DEVIL on ANGEL? . . . llurt of a Cliristmas surprise for faculty meinhers. singing Arlingtones, th-ft to right! Portia ll1-llc-r. Don Larson. Te-rry Talbot. Luna Fern-ll. Karol Le-ipnitz. and Linda Mayes. are alccostefl by head c1lQtorli4.ui. Toni l,1lllll. in tl tour of tlu- ft-lroolk umle-rground fucilitieb. rlingtones, Voices Highlight Community Events fLoLnigw 'l'Ii1:o,y1N , . , MQ-mln-f, ul tho Arlingtonc: are ifront I'0Wl l,unu Ferrell. Larry Cottivllz 'buck row? 'llvrry 'l':rllvot. Clin-ryl lion Larson. Dianna- lluidonf-, Gail Ste-ward, Holm Milli-r. Ijmlu Maya-N. Murray. Marian Puwlmll. and llill l'f-ll. Tin- .Xrlingitonw wr-rv 'loin lllunk: lswoinl row! 'limn Wright, Karol Lf-ipnitz. Portia Hellt-r, ranked lirrt tliviaion in tht- wtutc contvft tliig yt-nr, R Q a v f l 1 i l ULU 'l'1y1i1ns . . . Xlcinbers of the History Club are tfront row! Russ Kr-inn-dy. .Iohn Xlarlxs. Mary Allen. Connie Coyle. Karen Wilkes. Putty llont-gan. Xnnt- lloggntt. Eileen llarncs. l,inda l.o4-liridge. Patti lllter- I pas. ,loan Rt-ann-r. Rhona Atlus: lsvcotltl royyt Alike Xlctflurc. .lohn llonulnie. ,lt-tl llailey, Nlurk Milam, tilt-nn Gunn:-ll. Harb Rankin. .lan Cradick. Katha' Lind. Sue Bargahiser. Susan Bishoff, John Holmes --f sponsor: lback row! Hans Kamps. Phil Mc-Daniel, Russell Bultman. llan Preston. Allan Kuhlman. Ken Wilson. John McClain, Tom Taylor. llob Long. Alan Nlt-Daniel, Steve Aldridge. and Janie Taylor. lndianak l50th armiversary inarked a special year for the History Club. Histor., Science, Tri-Hi--Y, Chess Club Members 5 tt , W 1 ' i t l l.xi,ol.xiony l.yi:on1-.ns . . . ylt-inbcr ol the Screinw- l.lnb are ttront :ont Rilu Kay ,Iohnson. llun lloluin. Shari l.t-inclw: lsccond ron? ltill llcnnirce. Alike N ales. lhenl l'rit-c, Stew llehlougin: lbucly royyl Milo- lloucln-r. liill Ht-ss. und 'lloni .lohnson. 88 Meriting the title of "best History Club in lndianafi the History Club. sponsored by John Holmes. hosted the Indiana Junior Historical Society Convention in April. Also for the llistorical Society. members recorded a radio play concern- ing George Rogers Clarkis expedition. Promoting civic in- terest. junior historians published a booklet. "On the Riley 'llrailfi for the Indiana Sesquicentennial. Science Club members traveled to Notre Dame to attend an lndiana Junior Academy Science meeting. and also hosted Indiana Central Regional meetings. Under the guidance of llavid Blase. members developed individual projects for the Science Fair. At meetings. the Science Club members heard lectures on chemistry and embryology. 'liri-Hi-Y members actively contributed to the school. and broadened interests to include the connnunity. Club mem- bers organized an Easter egg hunt for a childrenis hospital yyith the assistance of Patricia Egan. sponsor. They also yisited the Indiana State School for the Blind and donated braille books to its library. Xvinning yictories oyer chess teams from Howe. Tech. Laurence Central. and North Central. the Knight chessmen prepared for the city chess tourney. Providing the team's yictories were varsity members Nelson Wishart. Larry Car- roll. Jim Coller. Ron Richeson. Charles Kennedy. and Brent Price. Under lidys ard Sweetnians sponsorship. the chess enthus- iasts learned how lo outmaneuver their opponents during the intra-club matches. 3 1 'lllll-L Fl-INIXLI-I 'llurfjll . . . Nleinlwrs of Tri-l'li-X are lfrunl rnwl .lucly Sllilfl lA'lII4'li1'. Hitu Kay .lulniwng llnivlx row! Helly llurlmur. Karen lii.lllllllLU'li., Nlurgm Wedvkiml. Putty Dyer. l,nn .Nnn Hnllingswurtli. llivtn. Putty Slllllllilllx. Linda Hauning. l'Lnn lfislie-r. Lullnnna Nlnrm-lm-k, Dianne Key. .le-nny Atkirimilz the-mini row! Miss l,llll'l4'lLl Egan - l,llNlil Ili-ring. 'l'ri-Hi-X is an lllirislinn st'l'X'l4'1' mglauriixzltinri sponsnred SINPIISUIQ Cnrnl HlllKfllf'I'H1Pll, Dev All, Kathy Frank. Linda Griffin. by the YXWLQA and open ru high school girls. equire Added Knowledge, Experience ww N., ew-if icq 'W THE KING.S All-LN . . . Nlt'lIlllt'l'S of Ilie iiliess Cflulm am' lat tulmlffl Nvlmn Yivifliurl. l.Lll'I'j ffnrrnll. Paul linker: lfront rowl Stanley linker. llill Hixnn. Stew Smith. lfdwurd SNYl't'llllLlll -f wpmiwr. Stew Russell. Steve Crueller. Hike Hewitt. Kris Nelson: l5Q'lf0llll rmxl Roger Wlil-wil. T. E. Sllilllli. lfnrl Hnru-5. llre-nl Price. Turn Johnson. Paul I-'i-ci-In-ig. Hon Rim-ln-mn: llliird ww! Nlurrin llitcliwwlq. ,lini llnllr-r. Kflmrlvs Ken- nedy. Ed Dye. Dun Milliser. Alan 171-11-ritz. Curl Curr: 4lnu'li row! Paul Herinun. Holi:-rl lmriiisln-145. llLll'l'l,'l Clodfelter, Byron Burns, Mike Craliu. and Bill Lipp. Glfuturel Organizations Promote Careers ln ursing, ' x P' in l' xy , ll . . Q v ll ' I . 3 f ll vf I,- ll l"l:llN'lll.I:. , . . l'lxplol.rll.ly lv.l.-ln'l- alll- lllolll ron' Iii:-lx l'.llIwl. Xpplvlly. K1lI't'll llil-lf: lllLll'lx lllhl ,Igl4'Li.- lldlllmolllll Nlnng Mlmi-, l,llll l,Lll1ll. lille-lyl l.LllNllll. llmu-lux XlUll'llHAl'x. l,olIi l,4'llgLl'l'M0114lZ l,.lll'j l1rllNf'.l'l0s Zo1ly,llolll1ie: llc-glllol',Hol1 I'lIl'Nll4NNl. lfxplolxlloly 1 1'4'4Illll ron! Su-iw lllxoll. .lallliv 'l'.lylol'. SllLll44lll SIIUNK. 'll-rrp ll-.lvlll-lw gain 4-xpe'1'if-llvf' lny Llarl-Illlfl all lllxtrivt Qlflllltx wlloolf. l1,ll ll,N1.xl.l,w . . . Nll'llllH'lN ul' llll' l'llllllI'1' NUINP- of ,xIllt'l'll'Ll gm- X ivlxiv Cox. lil-5"-I Solberg. .lulie Htllllli. l,lle-1'im- Xlllrruy. Uxwn Howl-ll: llllllll ron! l'41tl'i4-i.1 Klliglll Npollwl. 124-ol'gge-glllllv Hinlilv. KLll4l'lI llHll'lx ron? Yirlxi l'otIc-r. Pllyllis Xllroll. .l.l:1 l'ollo1'lQ. .loni Fuulliner. llllll.ll'lf. lidlllffll Xl:-.llu-5. l'lll lil-1-lwlg Nlurgo W't'llQ'lilll1l. ,lumix llglil Spool-Ira. l.inrla llLll'lll'l'. Nlallvlla llollln. and Kiltie llglrtfc-lt4'l'. l 4l'Nlll1ll'. l,illmla1 lrllvlllll M1-rollll llllll Su-lv lll'LlXl". llilflll ll1ll'lllN'l'lx, Nl:-llllwrfllip Vllllrl-ls of lllofv illtl-11-ale-cl in lllklllll l'ill't'l'l'5. 'sr En WN! Teaching, Constructing Moltling present goals into lulurt- stivrt-sst-s. t'xll'li-l'lll'- rieular career clubs iiirestigatt-tl tht- opportunitii-s lor rletle ivatetl nurses. teatfliers. and cle-sigiwrs. Looking lornurtl lo nursing careers. prospertixt- "l"lorent'e Nigliteiigulesu niet lui- weekly with clulm sponsor. Pzitrir-in Knight. This it-ur tht- groupis activities invluflefl Cliristnius vuroling through thi- halls and wards ol Methodist Hospital. assisting in thi- Nlt'II- tal Health Gift Lift at Central State llospitul. and touring Crossroads liehahilitation Center. Open discussions. levtures from lioth vett-ruii untl vollt-ge stuclent teachers. anti hlint-fl leueliing levliiiiilues Wert- on the agentla ol tht- monthly Future 'Iit'iit'llt'l'S ol AIllt'l'l"il Cluli meetings. Fifty memliers. sponsorerl ln Mrs. Margaret Janert. liostetl the U.P.'li.'s spring open house illltl a tea in April lu recognize Vlieaching Career Xlonth. Under the supervision ol Alive llt-sslt-r. exploratory lenvh- t-rs traxelefl to pratle schools Iwo periotls tlaily ailmsorliinjg practical experienve nliile learning: untl earning rretlit. At'- tllillly teaching c-lasses uncl uitling instrnvlors. they ne-ro alvle to fleeicle if teavhing nas their c'orrvt't vzlri-er. Aspirations of professions in tli-signing illlll vonstrut'ting . - . ' ' ' It-tl Arlington slutlenls to form tln- l'uturn- Xrt-lnlt-4-ts untl lh'ultsinen tilulv. lliret'teil ln intluslriul arts lt'ill'lIt'I'. lionultl 4 E r l Frank. the group visited the 4-onsti'uc'tion site ul tht- ni-is . . ,. . A Summit House Apartnients anti explorefl tht- unrlergrounil ylimiili iliiI,1H.,M.L.i.Jim il51,lll,,,, pqiul Kxilp. il.j,m4,l. ilpuzz Xltuiix , , . Sil'llf'tl1l'6 of the Sf'l100l. 1 oinmnix. gnnl ltongiltl l'I'.lIllx spon-oi. od as Nw H- W? l7ti'l't'RE PEDACUGVI-Ii . . . lIt'llllJt'l'i of tht- Futnrr- Te-ur-livis el Xiiifwivu Thiltlwin. Pain Piinlix ltliiril ron P Row:-11.1 lion-lovk. Di-'lt Purlwi. airs- tlront ron? lliunv 'liQlll1lt'llllx. Kathy lfuton. linss lit-nin-ily. Xl.in.i llos Xotly. Fliznon Fnon. tliinly loiltl. Flnnon ll.1I1loil: llnivlx :ont lhirrt-ll, Bluureexi Kt'IlI1t'tlj',iillt'l'yl tlurson. Hi-,Q wvimtlsl tsvvoiltl root tlintly Smith. IM- Xtf. tI.n'oI ll:-5. Nlongi Nloiii-. .nnl l.inil.i N-In-i. 'l'In john Marks, Carolyn Nostrunrl. Funtli Wzitjt-n. Slit-ilu Ifillion. ,loily ioli- of ti-ncliing in our 4-onnnnnity is t-xplori-tl lui If. 'lf X. llI1'I1llll'l-. , , ltXIslN1. llit-, lunil ,..Xlvniln-i- ol tliw lnlniw hlIlllll'1lt .intl limit-V Illl'Il lillilr im' tlronl :ont liivllxiifl Xlinlon. Ilill lit-in.ii w'1'. Xlllfltllllll 'ilu-s. ll.ot- ,lulnin. N-otl Xluolvl Ist-1-onil ion' llionl Nlounls. Mol llnxt-x Xliiio tllixi l'tlt'll'llttl lonili-n Will: nn Non-nson' llrivlt ion! ., v, :off 7 92 l'llIis'l'-:XIIJEICS . . . Nlenilwrs of lln- Red Crass lllulr are lfrnnt row! liani: ltliird row! Kay Hinds. Patsy Wallis. Myra Harling. Katliy Margo Wm-ale-lviml. Karen Slrunue. .lac-lvie Pike. Nancy Culliris. Nanvy Tindall. Susie lfraneis. Debbie Day. Sandy Denman. Marian Salford. llusli. Stephanie llunnnings. .luAnn liavs. Carol Hurnlvet-k. Etta Cum- Pat Fenske. .loan Huglley, Karen Williams. David Klinkuse --Y spon- mings. Carol 'l'arter. Slit-ila Filliun. llunnie Van Kavelaar. ,ludy snr: lliaek ruwi Kay Bole. Anne Matliews. Susie Curl. Vicki Wilson. Hisserg lsevnml rnwl Diane Key. Slim-ryl Slllllll. Lynn Wmvls. .lenny Earl Sands-fur. Peter Johnson. Nlil'llLit'l Crawley. Teresa Strauss. Gail Ziegler. lliana llulwrls. llurliss Xmler. ,lim llrider. Kalliey xlf'l'l'lllILll1. Spoulstra. Leslie Winslow. .lay Almraliam. and Kiln O'Cnnnur. Mem- llarlv Hartley. l'atty sillllllltlli llutty llrillitli. ljlllll King. llc-ni Uld- lwrs strive- lor l00 per vent partieipation in tlieir fund drive. Safety, Health Organizations Pled e Prevention, . -.,,. ,-..,...,.,..,,,.,,.,,,i.si ' 1-, vfivx 1 5 STUV. lamli. xryn l.is'rr1m . . . Safety llnum-il memlwrs are lfrnnl rmvl 'l'ani Tallwt. Kathy Dover. Catliy Conwell. Kay White. llm-lrlmy' WU-lls. Lynne liliristie. Karen 1.4-w1'e'r1L. Slieila Ellwillllx llarol HLljlIlt'I'. liunnie YanKavelaar: lsevund ruwl .lwyee Kruyvell. llan Xx. .lane Sissmn. lic-Ili Reynolds. llnnna llaniluvlv. lh-ltlvie lVil'l'l'll. Nanvy llurst. llave .luliall. .lim Uvermyer. lfarnl llmnlwvlv. Linda llim-sg ltliird wut llim-lv Kra:-ge. .lim Meyers. Nl:-lvin Silver. lliek Cralmliani. Mike l'l0pper. .lolln 5vl1l1ei1ler.,l1'lli lsllllllllgl. Karen llie-tx, Pam Nelson. Nlary Jansen. l'attie llellllrgerz that-k rms! ,lay Al7I'LlllklllI. .lflllll Me- llnrmit-lv, llyrun liurns. Lynda lfinney. Earl Sandi-fur. Russell liultman. lfliarles Kennedy. Glenn Davis. Susie Curl, Brad llavi, Rosalyn fmly. llnnnie fyleadur. and Carol Kc-nip. The Safety iimimil sponsors tlne annual student ear elite-ek. CrmmIUN1'l'i Hi-:I.i'r:ns . . . Members of the NI:-ntal Health tllub are tfront row! Nancy liush. Debbie Schmidt. .lanic Blevins, ,loy lilair. Susie Cooks. Karen Stronieg lst-cond row! Vicki Potter, Liz Browning. Carol Hornbeck, Sharon Snow. Paula Wit-kt-rs, Myra Harlingg tlrack Concentrate Un Service 'GAn ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" was the standing policy of the Student Safety Council. By setting good examples and sponsoring "safety campaignsi' designed to promote safety'-consciousness. council members strived to prevent accidents. Ministering to the physical ailments which afflicted nearly 3.200 Knights. clinic assistants aided Mrs. Rowena Craub and Patricia Knight. school nurses. by acting as reception- ists. filing clerks. messengers. and also by rendering minor first aid. Assistants gain valuable experience as they pre- pare for careers as professional nurses. Red Cross Club members pledged to give in '66 -- give of themselves. Always active in school and community services. the group this year concentrated on "Project Ethiopia... a program to send garden tools and other badly needed farin implements to the African nation. At Christmas time. club members presented a gala Christmas party for under-priy'i- leged children in inner-city areas. "A happy, well-adjusted teen does not become tomorrow's neurotic." Mental Health Club members sought to learn about the strains of modern society at their bi-weekly meet- ings. Annually teaming with the Future Nurses Club. mem- bers sponsored the 6'Gift Lift." a project to collect gifts for patients of Central State Hospital. CT? fm. row! llail Spoolstra. 'la-rry lionncr. lflaiuc Smith, ,loliu Warne-r. Vicki wvllsoll. and tlucu Hows-ll. 'iillt' Nleutal llcaltll fllub ollcrcd its incin- bcrs an opportunity to study llt'll1lX'ltll' patterns and tht- clit-cts world situations lliltt' on wt-ll-adiustcd cilin-ns. t 5- QS' it Su sic lscrguson. tiarol 'liayloig Kittic Harllcllcr. 'liaunis 5intlcrs. llcorgcauuc lliulxlc: 1st-cond rout ,lan l'ollot-lx. lliaua lfoucli. Xlclotly l'lrrctt. Yicliic lfox. licrct Solberg: lbaclt rout Phyllis Xaron. Slit-llcy . t Nt'illt'l'j'. ,Ioui ldaullyncr, Susic tlrayt-N, and Nic Xlansbaclt. Xxnrlxillg in the clinic. assistants gain practical nursing experience. v.. llHXl.'liII Iirzrrizns . . . Clinic Xssi-tanls arc tfront rowb Susie llixon. 111 .ix V X X 'x W-. 1 F1111 Q ww FI!!-,XVII . . . Xll'lllIl1'l'N uf the l"11'111'I1 lhillllt .11'1- 4111+111 111113 Tmlll'I'!l. R1-In-1-1-11 .IUI111-1111. Di111111 Kmuvkg tlmvk nm! Susan Russ, .IHIIII X f-1' 111110. Xl.111 Nl:-Hn. XIAIIX ,I1'.111 ll11111.11111: IN1-1'11111l 111111 xllll ,la1111-I U11-rs. IV1111- l,LlXiN. Yivlxi l31'41ll11-1'-. ll1-I1l1i1- l,1'Ill'll. illltl 1111111111 K1'.1lf. ,lt-11lx11 l'I1illip-. Xlilv- Nl.11l11. Fllsit' I4'l'lllll'i". N11111-1 Slvpln-11s: lI11llmv11y. lfremit Klub IUCIITIWCYS e111pl1.1si7e1l LLIIIUFL' .1n1l lanlutragu Wlllilll 111111 Nl.11-lx 'l'.11l111, lli.111.1 Nixun, NI1'pl11111i1- H1111-s, IM-l+l1iw Yun rl'1r1111gl1 rl1e1r llL'XX'NP.lPLAI' .md .11tix'iri1w. Langua e Clubs Exchange Letters, Write Papers, ff ,X - Ska!! , f 7 . 1 1 A 4 ' we - 1' XJ ga 4' Q 'W lfsl. irlxxllw mi lisrxxnr ,... N11-111111-1's1+f ll11- Sllglllixll Club LIIY' 41111111 liwlw1'l .las-1111111111 flllifll 14111113 ll11l1l11- Xllison. Terri I311t1-l1e1'. Mary mt l'1111i1l111' ,l. Pujuls sp1111N111'. ,lol111 Xlurlx.. .IHI111 Illllllllllrll. .l11l111 l,1111g. flilflilt' l3111'1'1111. Klll'Q'Il .le--sllp. Kathy Tilldalll. Ilill Hynes. Slew' XI'l'Xl'dlP. Rus- K1'llIll'1ly. ll1-111'g1- lilbflillil. I':XilIl I'ylllllIt'l'. lfl11i111- ,lurxi-. Slllilll. 111111-1111 .xlllll'l"1l tlwuwlx lwrwl ,lill l71'eXle1'. l'a1t1'i1'iu Fenske, tvlK'll1iit ll:111s1-11: M1-1'11111I mul 'lx1't'IlLl I:l'llIlII4'j. SlH'ilLl lfilliml. xllllxfitlll Susie lfurl. Ullll l,I't'hl4lll. Vind? TV4"1lH'1'g. 'l'1'111 U1-ull. IMD4'Hal HPIIIT. K4'lIllt'4iN. xlilllil Illll'l'f'H. II11111111 lT1111il111'l1, 'X11iI1'11 Cl111'lx. llalylr- l31'111ll1-x. I,t'Ill'1l llwlw-111. Alllll K11141-11 U51-1'-. 1 1 1 4 L Y-.7 24' ag.: 112' Srmztiuizw Siu DI-2li'l'5Cll? . . . tfront row! Peggy l,ynn. Marilyn tlliirul row! Crt-g l.anum. Susan H1-ss. Nlikt- liollvllt-i'. Ilana Winn. lit-nton. Vikki Higlny. Clit-ric Klurray. Slit-ila lfillion. 'll-rry Nlurpliy: Kay llintls. Kart-n lliurslon. Nlai'itinnw- Sik:-s: tlmack rout Paul llart- lsccond rowl Mrs. Carol liurklialter f- sponsor. Nancy Stcplit-ns. ,lim mann. 'lloin Km-rim-dy. 'l'oin .iltlritlgu-. Illltlllle liriknitinis. Nlark lioln-rts, Peters. Eileen Alritlgc. Sharon Sims, tfarol Patton. tflwryl Mt-yt-r: Xusina llrikmanis. lkrxitl Xl'-yt-r, l'liil li4'iirrlli..lll1l Sue- llarlmgum. Taste Native Delieaeies Exchanging letters with French students curious about English idioms and expressions. members of the French Club themselves learned applicable French vocabulary from their "pen-pals." Using their vocabulary . mernbers published "Le Cerle Parlef' a monthly. all-French newsletter. Sponsored by Cuban-born instructor Enrique Pujals. the Spanish Club offered its members first-hand knowledge of Spanish-speaking countries and peoples. Members tasted real Mexican food during an excursion to the "Taco House" and broke the traditional npinatai' at Christmas. Besides studying German Culture and customs. German Club members pursued activities in journalism and speech- making by Compiling a newspaper. 'iDer Deutsche Ritter." The organization sponsored trips to the Garheld Theatre which aided members in better listening comprehension. Exploring the ancient as well as the present significance of Latin. members met for bi-weekly sessions. Membership ' was composed largely of students planning Careers in medi- 1 Cine and also of those interested in etymology. the science - of Word derivation. K. Fmigvns Rowrws, CorrN'l'm'Mi-LN . . . Mt-mlmt-rs of the Latin Club art- . 9 tfront rowl Sharon Junker. Bill Hixon, Steve Baron. Anne Hoggatt: tsecond rowl Danny Zack. Vickie Cox. Kolleen Stapp. Mary lletli W'elchg lthird rowl Bruce Boliall, Katliey Merriman. Paula Owens: iback rowl Mike Caron. Mike Daniel. Terry English. Carol Larnpt-. 2.7 '- tix WlI'llII 'l'Hl-L Slum .... 'Xlllll1tAVlSllLll Asfibtaints arf- tfmnt ruwt David lla-Slunlirun, John lie-ntnm, Evan Fulmer. l 1 m v 1 .lim lf-ek, ,ltiyne .loin-5. Dim-lx ltmle. Nlurk Milam. luilph We-lwr: we-miici row! ,lulm Anderstm. Ste-ve Kirk. lhil Hop- per. Stew- Zmtk. 'Ilona gXldriclgt-, .Itilin Halt-mnlm, Stew Raiwll. .lulm Holmes if Spenser: lthircl row! Mike Roberts, Hiisst-ll llultmqm, rllitlll K1-miull. livnnit- Keller, Nlairk Miirpliy. Curl Hurts:-n, William SUI'K'IlSQ'Il1 lluivk mwt Stuart fir:-4-iiwmnl. K4-min lligvltm. Holm Spf:-vii, ,lim Payne-. Xl l'lnImun. lhtu- Klier. .lim Umm. and llulm H'-N., Provoking Achievement, ,egsf an 12 Nlu'l'luN XIXCIIINIAL .... lllllltll' .lnlin flmlmlt- tim-mix IiIi4ll4'l'lUl'S zilim with liling tilmx. fpliving lupt-5, :mal 1'w:tt'mlii1g1 iliiimiittwiiiu-tits invluwl ing Ll1lYQ'l'llSf'Ill1'IllN :intl 'fluniui' rllmsii Xlwlitigf' UN 'HILL .Xin . . . Nlviiilwr- ul' lin- llum liguliu Clulr im- llrmml mist lie-nv Null. lfml llyt-. .Nil lilll'l'llw. lhm K1-ppt-I, William l"vllm'.. Spuiiwr: txt-1-vital rms! Xlurxin Hilt'ltt'twk. l'uul liwutli. Stn-pin-ii Wul- tnn, lliuirl Xlvyvr: tlutvlx rmst T:-rrp Titylur. .lim Yi-ul. :mtl XI llfilmnn. 'llliv Vllllt :iwf-vttltle-ml .1 "IAQ" 4':itm'r:l, J 1 i l l l I i l I 1 I . l i l YY -SpA! . 'SPIE Am: SQI Xlilililfn . . . Members of the Math Club are tfront rowt llruci- lllaick. Nancy llurst, Craig Xvinn. Mary .la-an Homann. Evan lfulmerg that-k rowl l,ou .Xnn llollingsworth, Cynthia lllran- hcrg. Dana Winn. .lint llollcr. loin ltmill. and liita ,lttvlvsolt sponsor. lli-we-i-kly iiiectinga ol' th.- llath Club di-at with problems. theorics. and i-quiitioiis ol' algf-lnra and geonietry. Math, A-V, Art, I-Iam Radio Clubs Offer Interest Appealing to students whose curiosity was not completely fulfilled in class. the Math Club provoked interest with stim- ulating algebra problems and puzzling geometric construc- tions. Members head the speeches of math notables Helen Pearson and Owen Fair who explained the progress ui mod- ern mathematics and its importance. llelving into the world of professional mathematics. club members took lield trips to the School Boardis IBM ofiices and to the Nuclear Meas- urements Corporation. Providing the school with projectors and tilms. the Audio- Visual Department ranked as one of the school's most im- portant service organizations. A-V assistants repaired tapes and films and kept projectors in lop operating condition. Another A-V Department task was setting up audio systems lor school functions. Vifith the provision to interest students and the community in art and its cultural importance. Art Club members learned the self-gratifying and commercial values of art. Among the yearis activities. members visited the john Herron Art Institute and participated in the SI'lIOIlISfl'I' .fllagazitie Art Contest. The prime purpose of the I'Iam Radio Club was to help future Arlington ham operators obtain their broadcasting licenses. Interested members hrst learned the xarious aspects of shortwave broadcasting and then used this knowledge to attain an operator's license. Included on the clubis agenda of activities were speeches concerning electronics and broad- casting techniques. lllcxsso IIIllU'l'l'll.l'15 .... Xrt Club nie-mln-rs arc tliront row! lflsii- lfit lesion. Carol Hornhcck. Virginia New-. Karis 'lit-iiiiey. ,lanet Nlctflil land. Larolyn Nostrand: tserullll rowt I,Llll'l1'1Ll ltolcy Fpons ottie .larxigl Toni lieall. Eileen .Xldridgi-, .loan Wilson. Nlar Nh-Kee: that-k rowt Nannette Huticr. llaw Ht-tidy. Toni .Xldrid 1 llecky l'Ircije. l.e-on .larxis. Carole Barron. 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Library Assistants arc tfront row! Charlotte Kuris Tenney: lthird rowt l,cyida liagan. Patsy Wallis. .lanicc Pow:-ll. Km-lsayg l.inda Crider, Carol la-ri, Clcndn tioopcr, ifiudy 'l'homan. ,loycc Powell. Sue Nlanslnaclx, llrt-mltr VU-slltrook, Sharon Sims. ,loyet lfarol 'l'aylor. 5l'i"""l Rl'l?i""- xlllllil ll1lt'l'l'll. Katyc l.air. lin-mln l'ortcr: lloyd. llclmlnie llay. Carol Patton: tlmck royrt lfarl Samlclui. lt:-nny lsccond royrt Str-ye Scott. Slit-ryl llixon. Nancy Hurst. Nancy Lake. .lllllvl Slllttllx, Susie tfurl, lfgtrolyn 'liurne-r. 'llcrry tiummiu , Str-plicus. lliuna lfnglisli, Suv llccltmau, 'llcrry Wililord. ltottic lit-to-I. Yi-ilcnc lfrousc. Susan llatmmoud. 5.uulr:i l,cc. Ylll'l'l'Nll Strauss. Work Baeksta e, ssist Department Heads Scholastically' inclined students with extra time on their hands volunteered their services lu teachers in eleyen depart- ments and the library. Academic assistants performed duties that included run- ning errands. deliyering messages. and checking files and records. Testing their ability as typists. they tackled stencils for tests and instructions. as well as composing letters and hlling out forms. Student assistants were selected through the business edu- cation department and recommended to the department heads on the basis of secretarial ability. grade-point average. and dependability. Though receiving no credit for their services, the students earned small monthly salaries as paid employees of the school. Forty' library assistants aided the librarians. Ilaily' jobs iticluded checking out and mending books. arranging shelves. and sorting library' passes. Occasionally' the students put their artistic talents to work by' designing bulletin boards and book displays and at inventory time. tracked down missing books and Collected delinquent lines. Students enrolled in Library Experience I-IV received one-half credit for each semester of work. Wo1'king quietly backstage for every' school play' and pro- duction. the auditorium technicians dirt their job without ever being in the spotlight. To make sure each show would run smoothly. the crew often stayed after school. controlling lights. sound. and curtains. , 5 -Q5 :Qu , 3 rw l Tr- N X 3 5 3 i 1 .4 y l .t ly l t I 1 t t l ' l l il l hu.. Ri-Lirylns . . . As part of his job as an auditorium tt-clmici.m. Senior Bob Hartley' works backstage on a wiring problem. 99 H . , X , . , . I: W 4 I, I , E . 1 K 1 W J a I 1 H I 5 Q 5 K 5 E E 3 . ...R . , mmm, ,,,1,.v,.X,f..- , .,,X. .. X ,kmmm . HIRE fh' Rf 5lffRYWflfRf with an Arlington accent OH thletics Our liodies strive for perfection and grow through active competition. We devote much time and energy to diligent practice and faithful participation in competitive sports. YVe build our bodies, dedicate our purposes. improve our skills, and develop a mature sense of sportsmanship values hy placing: an Accent on Athletics. ,I 1 . x .. E xldllllllll 1-mln: tru:-. Z llnu Parents, Pupils, Patrons Succeeclg Gridsters to Pla I.ll. fnullnull vmufll ,Inlm Punt uw lu-5-nutv fpvukrr. 'llN4. l'l' . . . llu- U4-luln-1' klvk-off LllIlll1'I' In lln- 1'Llln1'll'l'lLl lnCLlllll'1'1l A X K Nulmlml IN Tm: Nl-XKINC . . . PLIIITJIIQ ask for and save "stadium slznnpf' an an t'Hllll'llbllll0ll to lln- Sluclium Fund. IA-wis llc-Ckwith and Ii'-In Nl1'll'llK'l' lllNIllLlj lln' 4-xilla-nl bLll'L'1'N5 ul ilu- clriw. Coon GUYS . . . Combining entertainment and fund raising. the YVIFE Good-Guys play the faculty before a capacity crowd. 1966 Games at Home "Because a community cares." an ultra-modern pigskin stadium will greet inspired gridsters as well as spirited students. parents. and alums in 1966. The Arlington Community Athletic Association. composed of parents and community patrons. initiated a three phase program designed to obtain the necessary million. This cost includes the construction of a 5.000 seat. fully lighted and equipped stadium with additional improvements upon the present recreation and practice facilities. The first phase included the distribution of "Stadium Stampsu by local merchants. The second phase centered upon an "extremely successful, door-to-door fund drive. while the third in- volved the canvassing of business interests. Indiana University football coach ,lohn Pont kicked off the fund-raising campaign October 6 which netted 512.000 by the middle of November. The Student Council bolstered the monetary drive with the initiation of "0peration 3000" This program was de- signed with the goal of collecting one book of stamps per student by the end of June. Mid-Feloruary saw the Indianapolis School Board give the nod for the spring ground-breaking. Witli March arrived the beginning of a new era in Arlington sports as the visions of a community and school became a reality. A X, gf . , ,W , .if-an ,gy 'I' LMT . . . Climaxing mln- work of a commul hrcalv ground lor the new stadium. llns ls Ihr- hrst sn p in thu n tn ul construction of 53.12 million structure. WG. 103 5 VXICNIIN un l'll'.5l'.IiXlu lfmrl1:xl,1 ,... Yursily uml nw-wxwv Ql'l1llll1'll un- ' llmnl ruwl l.ill'l'y lnllse-, l,Lll'l'j linrlrivri. lim llrira-. .lay Tulmiau, 1 liriv lfsIria,lg1-, Small Tc-gunlm-11, l'uul Nlu-why. ll-ll, Xl:-ll-lu-1'. Nlllv I l'lls1'll1'l'. l,m-m- Allxlllsull, l'Tl'!'ll lluvmmll, Cary lll1'lilli'lll51 l4f'1'llllll rum! I lump T1-L1-011. lfurl Nlf-svlllw. l,e-uh llc-vlixxitll. ,lim HIllll'll'. lil n l 'l'urnvr. Humly llrillun. Mike- Xlulxtgmm-1'y. llvnny Snutlwrlaml, ,lm- l Hullillgfwullll. .lim xll'yQ'I'N. Ste-xv ,lLll'li9lIll, Iluln llinv, Nlikl- lil ppvr. Ilan- 'l'l1mnpwn. ,lulm rX1'lnuw'lil1-: ltlnirml row! lla-unix llllLllllll1'l'N. l l,Lllll'l' lllwdl--, F1-ml Sinlnmm, llnll Sl-luxllvr. Hamly lla-lflfn, Fam l l .. ,. . W 5llllI'll'l'. llwn l'ln"x. lvcl Hrvlvwn, lllll lhlll. .lfvlm ,lllllK'N. Hun lluy. l llivlx ZlllllIl1'l'lIlLlll. l'xl'lllllx llrmxn. limi, llrgly. llun ilrmwi lf::urll1 mul .luv lhllm. Nlilvll l,LllllIlllg. li:-Il llm-xrml. lluu lllgllw. lllhlll 'lll'Lll4'l'. llul Sllw. .Xl KLllLlIlilll. l":f'l Eslvp. llgm- Kuplin. llill llnlulugll. l'll'l , . , , , . llwppvr. l.mvn llulwm-5. lhlu- lxuluxlwll. ll-ll Nll-1-li. .lnlm 5l'llllf'llll'l', uml .lim Xvlll-lllllll. ll4lLl1'llt"5 am- ,Xl Nmallx. xlL1l'l1'Il lllll'l,'-ull. .lx-rrp llullz-r. llill Kunlx, uml Alulm Nlunlm. WP 'N X f 9 A X 2 l fb ' i -.1 ,k.. g. 1 1w?f,Q'9Q'F 15. E Y rj J lgiiijl . ' , V -gh 4' Y w , w ill " 1 f .:' 1. ,I 4 ,.l,6g3glg?lflllsl "f in X- "' KI 2 Yvslixlaqi' lx llv 'x' lm! ll . . . lvlAlllll1'l'N lla-nm 5lPlllll4'l'lLlll1l, l'rl-xl llumnull. I..u-rx I limlvil-zi,u111l Hull! 'll1'gLlI'll1'Il llllx1'II4PS341'55l4Pll ulllle' lnzlll. l l l l , l 1 ' l Smallest arsity Squad Ewixrrz . . . S1-ni4.r 5lr'u' ,lm-ks-m i5 ull and running lu tlw Rm-lu-t's guul lim- in Ll plglx lllul guru'-rl--l zu lwllcllrlmxll. l lllfl l l 'fumbles In Poor Season Tlltjllgll lllL15lt3l'lllQ.1 unly a 1-'J seasun slate. the xarsiiy gridders scrinnnaged energetieally in spite ul their merall lack of size. Inspired by the ACANS pre-stadium praetiee turf. the team drilled daily. Kicking ull the Campaign. the gridnien duwned 1-nunty rival Lawrence Central. l2-6. Larry Barhieri and Steve jackson tallied in the seasun'S sole win. The Golden Knights stumbled the remainder of the seasun. Statistics told the grim tale: TT points registered for Arlingtnn as eunipared tu 232 by their aggressixe opponents. The xarsityis Must Valuable Player was senior Steve Jac-ksun. who as halflwack sparked the squad and sprinted through enenix defense for valuable xardaue. x . . 1 VARSITY l'i00TBAl,l, SCORES xlrlinglmi Uppllllelll l4LlVt'l't'Ill'C Central .,,,. . ,,,, l2 6 Sceeina .....,,...,,,,,,.. . ,,,. 0 T Northwest ........t,,,, ,,,, f 1 20 Warren Central .,.,.. 0 IU llrispus Allllt'liS . .lil 27 llowe .....,.,,,,....... . ,l l 20 Ci11'Il1l'l .,,,.,.,.,.,,,,, T 20 North Central . .. . 0 20 'llevh ,,,,, I2 lfl llroud Ripple- ,... .,,, . .. .. ,,..,.,, .. . ...lil 33 SULINUII Ht'l'lPl'Klf l-U X1rlliTlXlEllXSll1hXll-, lint Nun . ..Y.11silx lim-1-n.n'l1. llill Ku J! 34, Wi, , 1:0 f ,av f, fx aff 9 U' ,., y f M f ' 1 lf ' Q. 2. ' i '7lexQzflf2. fr' llll. gin-s junior Clary llim-lxlrulls the plan ul atlawlx In-lbw he enters Ihr' line-up in the North th-ntranl gaune. ltli RESERVE FOOTBALL SCORES Arlington Opponent Lawrence .Ev. 0 13 Seecina ..,wA, 7 13 Northwest ..t..,..., 12 12 Warren Central ...,. T 0 Q C1-ifpuSAituCkS.. 12 12 i Howe .r,,.r,,rrr,. 13 0 1 Greenfield r.,r.... 13 T ly North Central ..l, 13 26 l Tech .........,.,.., 7 0 Broad Ripple C..........,....,...,.......,CS, 133 20 Season Record: -li--l-2 p Bettering the previous season hy a single triumph. the rvserre footballers closed the gridiron project with a 4 -l- 2 record. The HB" squad. piloted by grid mentors John Manka and Marion Burleson. started slowly. dropping their first two starts. Building up steam. the sub-varsity garnered a Z tie with Northwest. 12-12. and snatched a victory from Vifarren. T-0. in the following game. l Aspirations for a winning reserxe etlort were all hut dis- l missed when Board Ripple took a commanding 2o.1:-3 lead l in the season linale. Despite losing this particular clash. i the Knight reserves managed to obtain a respeetahle .500 i win-loss slate. ' 1 Reserve, Fresh Knights 106 f ii xx, aw, L C' . 'ir ,- .,......- , , gm-131. Cor H1111 Now . . . An unidentified Knight reserve hinders his op- ponent from gaining yards as he attempts to travel toward the Arling- ton defensive goal line. End Gridiron Competition U9 3- ,mv-A V xii' Foorn.-xI,1. Mm f--INDIAN STYLP3 . . . Mark Dilley, reserve manager. cheeks sophomore Frank Browns ankle injury in the midst of a re- serxt' SK'l4LlIlllllK'. Cx'l'f:tI Mtg ll-' Yol? C AN ...A A Xrlington's Scott Tegarden challenges his Broad Ripple pursuer to try to keep up with him as he carries the hull and L'H'I1lllLllly voinpli-tt-s tht- play. A F FRESHMAN FOOTBALL . . . Squires, members of the freshman football team. are lfront row! Rill Fox. Doug l'iLll'lllLIS, Rich Meschke, Steve lllack, Cary' lrwin. George Dickerson, Kurt Kleinhelter. Scott New- kirk. Brad Davis, Steve Carmichael. Tint Muffler. Mike Krause: lsec- ond royyt Roh McCoy. John Sheehay. Steve Tyra. Doug Thompson. Rusty Whann, Dave Milam, Marc Boucher. .lim Beall. Rick Goldsmith. Joe Allio, Greg Wolfg fthird 1-owl Couch Elmer Callaway. Daye With 4-4-2, 6-2-1 Records scrambling and battling to a respectable 6-2-1 pigskin slate. the frosh gridders compiled the best freshman effort in Arlington history. The Squires won four of their first tive starts as they' triumphed over rivals Lawrence Central. North- west, Carmel. and Crispus Attucks. The greenie's only losses were dealt by Broad Ripple and Howe. The frosh. coached by' ,lim Ellis and Elmer Callaway. bolstered offensive scoring by withstanding their opponents' attacks in a host of city and county clashes. With aging experience and increased grade school colli- pelition, the Squires should provide the necessary manpower for the varsity fighting eleven. FRESHMAIN FOO'I'BAl,L SCORES Arlington Opponent Lawrence Central ...... .... l 6 6 Scecina ................. .. T T Northwest .,,.. .. 20 U Carmel .........,...... A, 2U 0 Crispus Attucks ..... A. 12 T Howe ............... .. U 0 Greenfield ..... .. 20 0 Tech ......,,....... . 12 T Broad Ripple ...............,.......,........ 0 l l- Season Record: 6-2-l Rlankenship, Rob Tremaine. Emil Moliu. Randy Rultman. Mark Ham- mond, Herbert Henry, John Teater, llan l'ott-. ,linnes l,un-ford, ,Xrt llrulre. llurk llensel. Nlikc Stevens. Couch .lnnies lfllis: tiolfrth toyyl Randy Haines. Ken U'llaly. Stcye llridges, Steve llukcr. Nlark liinilncl. llolr Wlulker, Ste-ye Short. Xlike llutes, lluye llrnelley, Scott Nlelntylc. and llill Patterson. manager. This yeur's freshinan -quad posted the "ys'inningest" record in fre-hinan history' with u 0-2-l -ea-on 52? lx .-X Hoyixcomiwc rum' unior gridder Cary' Diekhaus 4No. -10I makes his way' through the "Homecoming llrmpu on hi- yytly to action in the Howe gninc. yyon by the llornet- 20-l l. ,Q , ff 1 ,W WV! t f ,f ff if 3? l l , 1 ,,,' y , fb 'f 4 ,f , pf' 737 7 X l 1 V fa WATCllIYC . . . Varsity cross country coach Harry Sullivan casts a glance to the hopeful Regional-winning team. Cross Countr GHarriers' I. Arlingtonis renowned thinclads racked up the most success- ful cross country campaign in the schoolis five year history by gaining firsts in ten meets. The harriers slid by grueling adversaries Tech, Warren, and Northwest, but were defeated by top rivals Washington and Northwest. Coach Harry Sullivan's two-milers charged into the Sec- tional contest but fell prey to an onslaught of Northwest Pioneers, 74-89. Junior Eddie Williams paced the 'Ghurryin' harriersf' placing third among the field of eighty-one con- testants. Advancing to the Regional, they paced their way to the supreme spot, topping second-place Anderson, 59-98. Again Williams clinched third, highest among the partici- pating Knights. Climaxing their finest year, the thinclads garnered fifth place in the State outing. As usual. Williams was the first Knight distance man across the tape. finishing twentieth. Vern Bowman followed in thirty-first position with Tom Rea in thirty-sixth. Also shining on the cinders. the reserve distancers "ran up" an equally impressive record. The "BN squad, paced by freshman ,lim Zartman and Chris Coy. placed first in four ventures. In duel meets the reserves upset Scecina and Lawrence and placed fifth in the Broad Ripple meet. SCHDN NX A 'ME-H v . ' T' f fi' " N t ' A 4 Q?-A' 1. 14" ' . ' ' 1 0 . vi' " as 0 if sg' A blow . i Q iv -' 9 Qbqtiafvjd. -9 Q. Lffl' I C , x. r 6 Vtltsltt' Clams Cm win . . . Regional-winning thinclads are tleft to Hankins, Steve Capes, and Chris Coy. The Knights won the New l right! Eddie Williams. Ye-rn liowman, ,lim Williams, Tom Rea. Roger Castle meet forty-nine points ahead of their nearest contender. 108 t , 'SE-'fx Post Ten Meet Firsts, Advance to State Contest Q .1 1 ' L C I A plus? . . A f'WGi7'0 ' , 3 l ' J 7. .p Agmwm. ,mb , p cgi X gig Y 5 : .iv as 4531.1 42: L V ' lv 1 ' Z I tg- HPI if X -ng 4 iifllll. , QQ-W H , 1' if I K g 4 . C A. L 7 Q 5" ,F Po V lil: f l"rNALr-L . . . junior Eddie Williams, leading distanc liarriers by finishing third in the Sectional meet. 1- man, paces the CROSS COUNTRY SCORES Arlington Opponent Lawrence 7 ...i, .,s........., . C, ..,,,, , 23 34 Washington-Northwest , .,.o. 47 29 Scecina lnvitational or ,,,,,, .7 28 55 Cathedral-Attucks ., o.o. l7 1177 Tech ..,.,,, s,,, 7 7 ,, ,.,,, ,.,,,.... ,,,, . . ,... 7 27 28 Broad Ripple lnvitational .... C 39 70 Howe Invitational .ooo ..., , ,C .. Won Tech-North Central .i.,,.,... 17 47 City Meet ,,oo ......,o,,, ooo. .l.,oo C ,oooo. 5 2 A '17 Warren Central .r.,r..,,ooo orooo,.. . C ,,.. , 1715 l9l,43 Shortridge Invitational ...oo. Second Northwest-Broad Ripple , oooo.,,,,, 26 29 Sectional Meet .,,. , ...rr .or,, . 89 74 Regional Meet .. . sooo ,.o. 5 9 93 State Meet C ooo. C... A A ooorooo..,,.,....,..r.... Fifth Season Record: 10-44 Rasrznrrz Cum-5 i,lHIlN'l'lH . . . "ll" squad 1'indvrn1"n are- lfrnnt rout liill Willells. llaxid llronvh. Km-xin Cillt-ttc. Chris 11033 I ta nd 1 ul lc ull lun llrrpp ll. ,lolm XVorstvll llruw- Rickman , Q . 4, liolr l'.nrIt'n- -al. N25 in X I tx- 3 .ia f it x, 552 Ffa 9 Y ia -f l V-ucsrri' llxskr:'rixx1.l.. .. tfront rowt Roger Hankins. Dick Anderson, coach, R. H. Kingery. Larry Allison, Alan Montgomery, and Tim lil1'lxkil'1lltllillll.lllfli Nleuru: lst-1-oml row! Dave Tlionipson, Frank Kennedy. The "Mehlmen" began official Indiana High School Ilronu. ,lim Williams. Rantli lit-lilen: tlmck rowl Robert Meinl tthletic Association practice November l. Varsity Hoopmen Defeat Top Tourney Winners, Though forfeiting the seasonis first roundball victory i106- 60t to Ben Davis because of an ineligible player. the varsity cagers rallied to a l0-ll regular season standing. The Knights. plagued by faltering third quarter attacks. nearly upset three major city powers. Howe. Tech. and Wood. The cagers outclasserl the Titans and the Woodchucks for i three quarters. but fell to defeat in the final stanza. The "lVlehlmen,' trounced county tourney runner-up Law- rence. 841-59. and tripped Coliseum sectional runner-up Northwest. 67-60. Adding to their laurels. the roundballers emerged victorious over eventual Sectional champions Car- mel. T2-60. and Beech Grove. Tl-69. 1 Speedway and Washington scarcely missed being upset by I a fiery Arlington hardwood squad. Washington tamed the l Knights by nabbing 30 points during the third period while they held the Arlington five to eight. The varsity basketballers fell to a much improved Ben Davis squad. 66-63. in the first round of the Sectional. R. H. Kingery paced coach Bob lVIehl's offensive scoring assault while 'LGrab ,em" Dick Crabham worked to per- fection as None of the best defensive men in the state. Dave Thompson. Dick Anderson. ,lim Williams. and Larry Allison compromised the remainder of the "six man team." At season's end, 6' 5" juniors Alan Montgomery and Tim pi Kennedy slipped into the vacating shoes of senior hoopsters. 5 ' I u A . lVlontgomery chipped in 14 markers in the quest to down 1 Now. DUN 'r BE DlFlfICl'L'r . . . Senior Dick Crabliani trics to retain . . . reigning state cham ion Washington. possession of the basketball as an alert opponent spies his trouble and U C' p F starts toward him to make things worse. ' ll0 E t l . X35 1 -or TAIOYINC Ir . . . Dick Anderson per- THoAlPsox's TILT suades the hull to go his way. so n I up 'Ind strc-tt S Earn 10-ll Season Tall hin-f ln t VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES ,lrlinglon Upponer Ben Davis lforfeitl ...... ...S....,. 1 06 60 Howe ,......,................. ,.,.. 6 7 87 Tech ...,.. .,.., 5 l TT Wood ,,,,,,.,.o.,, ..... 72 76 Seeeina ........,........... ..... I 'll 71 Lawrence Central ....i,. so 81 59 Carmel ,,,,,L.,,.i....,. .,,,, T 2 60 Northwest ..,,,.. ..... C JT 60 Greenfield ..,.... ..ee, C 37 'Jil- Beeeh Grove ....., ea... f Jl 59 Broad Ripple , 71 64 Shortrirlge .............e................e... ev,,. 7 l 6l Broad Ripple lCity Tourneyl ..iL.i..., 70 T2 Chatard lCity Tourney Consolationb Til 6l North Central e.,,eeL,..,L..ii,...e,...iL....ee.L,,L 66 62 Manual .......,.., ..rL. 5 32 Tl Pike .......,. ,.i.. 5 -1 56 Speedway ............ ...,. 7 2 Bl Warren Central ........... ..... 7 -l 63 Washington ..,.............,... ,.... 7 5 30 Ben Davis lSeCtionall ....,...,.,..,....,.t. 63 66 Season Record l0-11 UP AND AT I1 '... Senior .lim Williams drives for a layup. W? , 1: 'V ,, .UN fl Am- fl 1 il' '9""zW'Q1 "WMM Trying to snare the hall from a Broad Ripple "Rot-kr-I." senior Dave Thomp- it wo se ison ent-ounte-rs. 1-mln I1-ann srnm-d one win, Arif ,s- f 353' ,f"X Reserve Roundballers Cop 12 Wins- Losses Dtctvtvo Auorvn .... lunior Myron Miller lNo. 229 gives a Manual "Rm-tlskinu the go-around as he tries to keep the ball in his possession. Rusrltcx t-1 lSiASKE'l'BAI.I .... tfront rowt Scott T4-garden. Bob Meara. Rob tlt'atbltant. Bill Fox. .lim McFarland. Bill Baugh1 lsecond row! l"r4-d Simmons. Denny Soutltcrland. Myron Miller, Russ Roberts. Steve- Carnticlittel. Bob Doss: lbaclx row! Toni Dobbs - coach. Phil Purrenheimet. Loren Habeney, Mike Loeber, Brad Davis, and Kevin to-11.-,. Combining evasive ball-handling and glittering shooting percentages with superior guidance. the reserve hoopsters established a l2-T season tally. E After dropping their first three games to Ben Davis. Howe. and Tech. the "B" squad. under coach Tom Dobbs. caught lire and "burned up the hardwood" with seven successive triumphs. An inspired Shortridge five finally snapped the cagers' string with a "barn-burning" 41-37 victory. The scoring assault and winning punch of the "B" team centered around an array of select netmen E Bob Doss. Don Moneyhan. Ted Kennedy. Myron Miller. ,lim McFarland. and high-scoring freshman. Bill Fox. RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES .f-lrlington Opponent Ben Davis ...... ............ 4 0 50 Howe ......... ...... 4 6 57 Tech ..... .... 3 8 55 Wood ...... 72 Tel Scecina .... 52 33 Lawrence ...... 55 35 Carmel ....... 75 57 Northwest ...... 5-1 35 Greenfield ...... 50 15 Beech Grove ..... ...... 4 U 33 Broad Ripple ......... ...... 61 '13 Shortriclge ...........,............... ...... 4 3 51 Shortridge lCity Tourney! .... 37 all North Central .................. ...... 5 7 60 Manual .......... ...... 5 sl '13 Pike ,,,,,,,,,,, ...... 5 B 46 Speedway ...... ...... 5 5 34 Warren .......... ...... ..................... 6 6 60 Washington .........,.............................. 57 38 Season Record l2-T war 1- - 3,x.xn1:7b A 22 1 A l-?2'i"?t-5 Ti aep ' 331189, ZMJT A X A If - 1 -TT T7 ' T , , P' 1 r , 5 1 .1 ' - f A fl 1f1 A'- .' f - ' 'T A I 1 W 1 T . 1 4 it '94 X . ,Ax 1 Y 64 , ,I SXHGWIT in l XNGWL 3 XNGYJWT I UWT A Qmxwsm, A-A govt 1 1,1-3'f'f -12 155 1.29 w fm-1.,, W Q Q, I fi? 4 - N? , T 7' S11 i 'T ' T A -" M ll Faust-IMAN BAsKmnAu ,... lfront rowl Mickey Cooke, Tim Muffler, ,lim Skaggs, Bill Fox, Bob Meara, Tom Podgorsky, Ralph Scott, Dick Emery - manager: lsecond row! coach Don Lostutter, Doug Thomp- son, Doug Harmas, Mark McCallister. Chris Reider. Steve Carmichael, Mark Hilllllllthllill llmavk rowl Bundy Nil-kr-l, l,tllll Troy, Holm l'urte-H. lramu, George Divkvrson, Mark He.-r'kvr'. limfl lluxis, Crt-g Wolfe. lion Chappell-Coach. A winning record and tl st-Lontl in the fairy Tourney highlighted the trosh season. Frosh Post 16-1 Record, eeond ln City Tourney Boasting a near perfect 16-1 regular season tally. the frosh roundballers trounced City and County adversaries in a quest for City tourney victory. However. the hoopsters fell prey to champion Tech. 55-51. in the final tilt of the city tourney. although the Ngreeniesv rolled over the Titans. 52-39, in regular season action. The frosh diligent efforts. headed by coaches Don Lostut- ter and Ron Chappell. were justly rewarded with a l-7--l-5 triumph over a rival Chispus Attucks five. Before dropping the Howe contest. 42-41. the Knights had captured the sChool's longest hardwood winning streak. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES ,flrlinglon Opponenl Northwest ...... ......,.. 4 T 21 Creston .... ...,.. 5 4 30 Chatard ..... ...... - L9 357 Ben Davis ...... 65 l-2 Tech ........... ...... 5 2 39 Shortridge .... ....,. 4 6 33 Eastwood ...... ...... 4 T 33 Wood ............... ...... 5 3 37 Broad Ripple ...... 43 33 Washington ..... ...... 6 6 53 Attucks .......... 47 15 Scecina .................., ...... 5 5 l2 a Lawrence Central ...... ...... s L6 36 Cathedral .... .......... ...... 4 1 J 32 Woodview ....... 45 28 Sacred Heart ...... ............ 5 3 -ll- Howe ............... .. ............... 41 -I-2 City Tourney . Runner-up NK -......,u-M- nn-1 J" nm. pin ,li i V? , lui' ALI. Fon 'rm-3 Sxkrg or 'rua Crm Tut mm . . . Freslnngui Xlnrk Xl.- Callister drilwhles around "Titan" players in the linal round. nf' ,Z yu 5 , xiii II it a xc e in om imilton. Nlike Ploppt-rg tback rowj Erie Estritlge, Jolm .Xrlmuclxlt n Denni lnn Ellie voavli. Torn Preston, anrl Steve M4-lf11lla11'. Matmen Boast Sectlonal Win, Tourne Champs VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES Carmel Manual rllecll .. Northwest ..,, City Tourney lticlinioncl , Scec-11111 .A .29 Wlarren Central Shortriflge e, , Washington . Broacl Ripple Lawrenee Cer Howe N North Central Sec-tionals ,, Regional I tl Vlllllgfllll Upponenl -. 19 15 5 27 19 ' 211 i,,,.Tliirtl . Ill lil ,163 L3 Ill 9 213 Ill Ill ll ll 5 136 l5 ., . 511 tl 17 125 First .........Fiftl1 NI-x'rAIAxx" . . . Tlinfe year xarsity YYl'0Sllt'l'. senior Bolt Miller. Com cs against un opponent in llis weight Class-1-L5 pounds. HOLD HIM! . . . Senior wrestler, Eric Estridge, uses correct grappling techniques to get his l'i.ov1'r:l: l'I:l-Llixicifjs . . . Coiitf-mplating victory. counterpart into a defeatist position. Fastridge placed second in Regional competion. sf-nior Niki- Ploppf-r is rf-tuly forlIisIill1l4'll. Score Eleven Victories Downing all county rivals excluding Shortridge and North Central in regular dual tilt action. the varsity mat squad captured third place in the City Tourney and first place in the Sectional clash. Mentors Jim Ellis and Elmer Callaway piloted the grapplers to an enviable 11-2 season posting. The "mat monstersii accumulated seven wins and third place in the City Tourney before suffering the first set-back of the campaign. They completed the season with only one other blemish - a stunning 27-17 North Central defeat. Rolling to a 99-90 Sectional victory. the grapplers placed three men in Regional competition. Sectional champs in- cluded lV1ike Lentz - 120 pounds, Rob Miller 4 1145 pounds. and Eric Estridge - 154 pounds. Miller placed third in the Arlington Regional by winning his consolation match after being downed by Cathedralis John Radez. while Estridge finished in second place in his division after he was defeated by Shortridgeis Charles Blackwell. Of the championship trio. only Lentz advanced through Regional play to the State contest. Though defeated in the afternoon eliminations by Mike Ramos of Gary Edison, Lentz won his consolation pairing for a third place ranking. ,r' ,TIL NEXT TIME . . . 111 his Hrst year of varsity competition. senior Dennis Hamilton leaves the mat after three two-minute sessions. Reserve Grapplers Rack p Cit Championship ...Ma ,. .ri ....e dnl.. f Xzma r, WV'Xl'l'ING Fon Tm: Wl1IS'l1I,E . . . Reserve grappler John ,lone-s waits for tlic start of Ins rolltvst. Sparkling mat wins bolstered the reserve's grappling rec- ord to eleven wins and one defeat. Headed by Elmer Callaway, the reserves smothered all opposition. and slammed adversaries Washington, Lawrence, and Howe. The 52-0 victory over Howe marked only the second time in Arlington history that a "Bn team has com- pletely shut out a rival team. Though losing several com- petitors to the varsity squad, the grapplers, slate was un- blemished until the final tilt of the campaign when they dropped a Clash to North Central, 26-21. The reserves swamped runner-up Cathedral. 57-0, to garner a climactic city grappling championship. Five mat-men in- cluding ,lohn Lappas, Bill Willets, Brian Boggs, Rick Wil- liams. and Glenn Turner captured championship berths. RESERVE WRESTLING SCORES Arlington Opponent Carmel .u... ............ 3 9 12 Manual ,.... ...... 3 4 14 Tech ....,...... ...... 5 1 2 Northwest ...... ...... 3 3 15 Richmond ...... ...... 3 O 16 Scecina .....,.......... ...... 3 6 15 Warren Central ..,.. ...... 3 2 15 Shortridge ....... ...... 2 5 20 W3Sh1llgt0X1 ........... ...... 4 4 8 Lawrence Central ...... ...... L 1--1 3 Howe .....,...,.......,... ...... 5 2 0 North Central ............................,......... 21 26 Season Record 11-1 5' t 5 i lit.sl-:ml-1 W'1cl-:s'l'1,lv ,... lf:-ont row! .lolni Lappas. Rick Pettit, Frank Nlosim-13 liriun lloggs, Sam Sliortvr, ,lolin ,lone-sg lst-cond rowl Rick Williams. Ricliard Zimmerman, Crm-g johnson, Lance Rhodes, Glenn Turner, Danny Crowe: lback rowl Dave Fosniglit, Fred Wyatt, Steve Quakenbusli, John Fillion, Dave Weaver, Felrnond Estep, and Elmer Callaway - coach. I 3 F. i l l l l 0- X ' .T . ,. A We M '.m. Fiu:sHMAN WltP2S'I'I.ING . . . tfront rowl Ke-vin Carrison. David Grout' , pri 11 IH-411-soil: tlvm-L rum! ,lolin Xlginlxn 1 an-li, ilIl'lILll'll Xin-st-In-ltn-, llrlxnl Hal Parker. CraigVVinn.jol1nMiddleton.johnTc-aler: tsecoml row? Nliliam. llivlx llnldsmilln. Ks-itll liiplnirui-r. and Slew' llllivlx. The ,lim Tliixton. Emil Molin. Kurt Kleinllelter. Randy Bultmun. Steve -4 frnsli sqinul lllllallvtl ilu- slxlvlll mill at no :noni Frosh Outwrestle 5 Foes, Place 2nd ln Tourney FRESHMAN WRESTLING SCORES Arliugfolz Oppozzwzfis Creston ..,.., ........... 5 3 Q12 Northview ...... ...... 1 T 27 Perry Central .,.. ..,.. 1 9 20 Tech ................ ..... I 39 15 Carmel .,,.., ..,... 2 6 25 Cathedral ..... ,,,.. 3 30 18 Manual ...... 311 15 Howe ...........,.. ........,..... 2 7 21 City Tourney .........,.............,.... Second Season Record 5-3 Posting a winning record on the road and second place in City Tourney competition. the frosh mat-men garnered hve wins after bowing to competitors in the first three dual meets of the season. The seasonls first win was recorded as the grapplers outwrestled Tech. 39-15. Following this victory. Carmel. Cathedral. Manual. and Howe fell in rapid succes- sion. Coached by John Manka. the frosh nabbed second place in the City Tourney with four Knights earning individual championship laurels. lndividual winners included Kevin Garrison - 95 pounds. Emil Molin - 133 pounds. Richard Mescheke Q 145 pounds. and David Miliam - 165 pounds. Although twelve grapplers qualified for the final eliminations, the squad lost the match to Washingtoxi. 86-T5. tIxl.I.1.xx,-xx' Ohms . . . R.-sl-up mestlinip his men the "all's well" -ien cotnli. Lllllll l..lll.1u.lx. Liu Q. 1 17 ff 3' Q' VARSITY TRACK SCORES S A13 L ' fl rlington Opponent Lawrence Central A ,.., '13 67 Manual .. .... S ,, ........ 51 67 5,-if i Cathedral . S .,,SSS 88 29 Bloomington' ........ 29 51 Vjil J Washington 71 1 51'N Greenfield l...,, S S , 70 43 ,BQ in Lawrence Central- SSSS. 611 47bQ Warren Central illf Q Carmel ,re,,,, ,...,rS S ,,,,,... r,.,..,.,..r.....,,,S. A SS...... S L 9 29 - April 29-Broad Ripple RelayS ...,,, '19 10 May le---City Trials 1U-Sc-eeiiia-Cliatarcl., , 6lh place 0-City Finals S87 50-lll lSS Sectional A .. lth place x I7---Franklin .. ,,,S 5513 37 X x x 19--Northwest . , H3 73 Zlliliegional 223---State l7l,IC,l'lT . . . Holding rhe low hurdles record ar 21.6, senior Steve Ifdwards also holds the high hurdles record at 15.7 seconds. Cindermen Cop Five of Six Oval Contests' ' ,, A, 9 A 1: K A 0 M1 H zum. '1 - .L 1 QQ 0 S591 - PQQ. ,pf .yy XVXllxl'lX 'licxux . . . l'lllllt'l'lllLlll an- lfronl ron! llarry Sullivan f- ron' .lolm Nliln-S. ,Klan Xlontgmnery. Steve lfdwarmls. Greg Hee mai-l1.,Iolm xlAlllll'lxll'.S1'lPll Xlwliuy. Nlilw Mlums. lfmlmlie Williams, lfric lislridge- ,lim 1x1killllt'SlIlllll. Ka-erin Bigelow. Handy Belden Y-'rliml lloxsilirlii. lion llolnn-S. Sli-ve xlL'CllllLlI'. Fred NYyant: lhacli -Xlyron Nlillvr. and John Selina-ider. 5 Pli'l"l'lfNC IT Titanic . . . Senior Jim Mahnesniith, lop shot- put competitor. puts to equal ,lim Arbuckle's record of 6l.' Edwards Breaks Records Long distance events proved to be the strong point of the 1966 varsity cindeirmen. Led by miler Eddie Williariis, the Knight tracksters downed four local foes to win the Broad Ripple Invitational, April 29. Second and third places in the two-mile events by Tom Bea and Verne Bowman emphasized the Knights strength in distance running. Earlier in the season. the Knights avenged a 57-'L3 openi11g loss to Lawrence Central by besting the Bears and War1'en Central, 60-4171Q-1116, April 21. Eddie Wlll13I11S, 431.5 mile time in the Lawrence-Wlarren meet temporarily stood as a local record. Throughout the season Williams was a consistent winner in the mile and half-mile events. The triangular meet was followed by a 49-29 trouncing of Carmel which marked the team's season upswing. The cinderguys took out a 67-51 loss to Manual on Ca- thedral, April 7. Capturing all but two events, Coach Sul- livan's tracksters overran the Irish, 88-29. Senior Steve Edwards proved the Knight's versatility by repeatedly breaking the school record in both the low and high hurdles. By the first of May, Edwards had reset the high hurdles record three times to a low of 15.7 sec- conds. In the process he also broke the record for the low hurdles twice. mn OM 4 X 1'-mf . t E 5i?'t'1 . as - X A A ISREATHLESS . . . Running the two-mile course, junior Roger Hankins comes in from a practice session. Racquetmen, Linksters a. ,- Q W Q E 15 f ' , ' ! f " Er l if if f "" T as 1 ff , ' 13 TM .T y 9 M. l'i.xf3Qlflt1'liLt1lcs . . . Playing on the S-chool's court. seniors Dick l Xnderson and lirik Suelmerkrop are returning lettermen. ii X'AnsITx Swixcs . . . Senior Hon Stoughton returns a serve in the 1 Xpril contest with Yvashington. Play Court, Course Meets, Four returning lettermen formed the basis for Coach Lyman Combs' 1966 tennis team. Dick Anderson, Ron Stoughton, Erik Sueberkrop, and Steve Ludick led the squad to early shut-out victories over Vifashington, Tech, Attucks. Shortridge. and Chatard. The team's only other letterman, Kevin Dukes. transferred to Bloomington High School. Doubles play proved to be equally as strong as singles play as the squad suffered only one loss against five perfect winning efforts. The loss to Scecina stood as the only black mark on the team's record as of May 2. The four letter winners were backed by second-year players Ingvar Sueberkrop and Dave Good. The racquet- 11191155 regular season was supplemented by a doubles tourney at Lafayette in which a Knight pair battled its way to the final round. The team also participated in the Columbus invitational tourney. May 7. ,.M.,...::f21nwfrz:M . .1-fees-vrmru: 1-me Dick Einiry-inaxiagerz lback row! Lymm Combs!coach, Tim Kennedy. Ron Earnst. Dan Richey. Ted Meek. and Eric Sueberkrop. 9 l l X.xlcst'I'i TLNN1- . . . Tennisrnen are lfront row! lngvar Suebels- I krop. Steve Lumlick. Davil Good. Ron Stoughton. Dick Anderson. 5 TNQ! 5 Boast Returning Lettermen Defeating that state powerhouse. Kokomo. April 25. the quintet of Russ Roberts, Brad Reed, Craig Williams, Boll Gray, and John Gaier succeeded in hreaking the five year Kokokmo winning streak, 8-7. This hy far their most im- pressive victory. the linksteris winning hopes hinged upon these lettermen from last year's 15-9 squad. The uleemenn dropped the initial outing of the season to Carmel hy a 10-5 slate. Rallying in the following con- test, they downed rival Seeeina, 7.5-1.5. Steve Weber and Russ Roberts pushed the Knights past the Crusaders with nine hole totals of forty while Brad Reed posted an eight- four for eighteen holes. The reserves copped the first two starts of the campaign hy smothering Scecina. 8-0, and Carmel. 13.5-1.5. Playing the Northeastway course lor all home meets. Robert lVlehl coached the linksters for the fifth year. ,.,-.npr J Q' AMW f, ff-Zn fe. , f s ,y rw my , Q , . W we ,f QW- - ,,K,.,.b , , f 4-,:,, , ,, sm' ' ' , J.. MOMENT OF DECISION . . . Pondering depth perception. Craig Vifil- liums and Bud Sites play at the Northeastway course. Xwnsrrx tjoLif . . . Linkstc-rs are tfront rowb Rrss Roberts, Craig Xviilitllllel lset-ond ron! ,Iohn Caier. Craig Roberts. Hon Fleshoorlz tthird ron' Stexe Wt-her. Russ linltman. Holi tlriy. llivk lloran: tlvaclx ron! Hnd 5-ms. liiad lim-tl. llolwrt Nlehl coavli. W "' w My a wt 'vw Qflfii? ,N A ' 'rf 1 - -- Q' " ffl 4 I 'f-gm 4, 'V xm- -as. "ft" 'SKI-5-in 'mc-H Sqn .Il liollerls plays consistently in tln- 80'-. in ' e'. Ni. . . xl 4 1-i'V Mx-+x'?3gsS wr l.HxI-I "Hina" . . . l.f-riding the golfer, jnnioi lillsa 121 w 1 ,,, Sw' ri? Srixoncrgn THAN DIRT . . . Having begun varsity practice during March juniors Bob Doss and Mike Lentz work out. neuwmvowwmr wwf-.t-fwv.w-wvwvw' wa.. - Diamondmen UU an CD co DU co cw c es Q- o 'D' UU as Fl' S. D UD SI cw cm rc: CID ,UE if if eaten M2 122 V x Q' f aff.: 8 M aff W' Qi' W W? ,, QW? tw' , si fra! " awww Q at QM ,A asf? Kwai 5,11 X G , as 9 ., Q., gag: it as ,ww Wggxg by 4 . . A Mi Q baseman Stan Miller slides in on a Washington Park tilt An almost complete reshuffling of both coaches and players brought the Knights into competition in what may well be tl1e "toughest league in the statefl Coach Tom Dobbs moved up to take the reigns as varsity coach, with Marion Burleson filling the vacated reserve spot. For the first time, a freshman team hit the field under the direction of Don Lostutter. Returning senior lettermen Jay Tobias, Dick Grabham, Lee Atkinson, and Larry Youse provided the core around which the other players rallied hoping to better last year's fourth place finish in the city. Highlight of the year was the Knightls victory over Tech on the newly-constructed diamond. This marked the first time an Arlington team played a uhoinew game. ln early season competition the Knights' batting wasn't enough to balance the flurry of errors committed by the fielders. But the Knights showed great improvement in both departments as the season progressed. The spotlight was on junior hurler Steve Richie and senior Jim Wallsriiitli who took over the chore of bolstering the graduation-depleted pitcthing staff. Wmyixc INNINU . . . During an intra-squad contest between the varsity and reserve teams, diamondman Lee Atkinson, catcher and Scott Tegarden, baltcr, practice for the Manual game. S 5 , XVHERE THERE's A WILL. THERI2'S A WAX' . . . Second- ' 7 o i l t I L lhisnmli BAS!-IBALL , . . "B" Lllilllltlllflllllil urn- lfronl l'0Wl ,lim Scaggs, Holy Cralnlurni. Nlikr- ,liurnusvln .liln lXll'Fill'lLllll'l. Hon Day. Nlike Wrsl. .Xl Kutzrnan. Bill Hulse, Miki- Montgornery. Glenn Ein:-ry: llnuck ron! ,Nlirion Burleson - Coach. Denny Soutlierlund. Bob Trurnam-. Terry Zirnplernan, Ralph O'Rvar, ,lolni Stn-low. Doug Hurnias. Myron Eslimx- sky, ,lim Hodges. and ,lorry Blltlvr-assistant Coacli. Coaching wtaff han es Z fi-Y' V, 'Yi ax ,N 1Q,f,r i 5 ' af' ?.p v' w will fr- . ,gg ,- E ff l"" A 1 Q 'WJ ' gf? i y r . 'l J ' V, 353' is If ri N ,, W W VAR:1TY BASEBALL . . . "Bannon" are lfront row! Mike Lentz, lfrwinvfrnarrager. Jirn Vlvallsrnillr. Dean Te-a1tv1'. .lim Xllvn. Larim- Dick Cralihirng lsecond rowl Dick Meura. Lewis Hcckwith, SIPVG liliodes, llyron lliwns: llnrvk row! Torn Dolxlnsf-fcogr-lr. Sli-ve Baker, Dan Ax, Scott Tegarden. Stan Mille-rg ltliirml l'0YNl Morris lliclley, liill liuuglr. lmr- ,-Xtkinson. Larry Y4lLlSf'.Llll1l Dave 'I'l1o1rrp,o.1. Intramural Basketball, Volleyball, timulates Prowess, i llxlcwis' li-KI.I, . . . Having corrupt-tr-cl one night a week for two months NX .xl.XlUYl' YXIESTIN . . . Senior dixision winners in intramural lraskvt- Sort-unions Srccrzss . . . Freshman-sophomore league champs are ball are llronl rout tlliuvlx Mlunis. .lollll Nlilvs. Terry Harlan: llian-la tlront row! Kelly Barnes. Mike Slone: tbaek rowl Don Duff, Dennis rowl Alan U'N1-il. ,le-rry llaulman. and Stew Edwards. K4-lly llarnr-s plays in ilu' intramural playoll. McKc-1-inoii, and Tom Drudge. Winter months brought intramural athletics to its peak. Taking to the hardwood in early December. intramural bas- ketballers staged Monday and Wednesday night clashes up until the end of January. The Nads copped the ,lunior-Senior league crown with an unblemished 9-0 slate. The "Stronger Than Dirt" seven captured the Freshman-Sophomore title after a bitterly fought play-oft clash. Intramural sponsors were Ted Pollock. Wil- liam 0rme. and Mark Nuttall. A select number of individuals replaced the hoop sweat and rigor with activities on the parallel bars and the tum- bling mats. Converging in post-school sessions, the gymnasts met in the gymnasium balcony and staged practice contests using even and uneven parallel bars. balance beams, and the side horse. The sporting males comprised the major element of the mixed intramural bowling league. Pinbusters Mike lVlikosz, Stexe Kirk. Russ Bultman. and ,lim Brolin "bowled overi' all opposition in the Knaves' alley competition. Seniors John llillier and Phil Haas paced the Squires League. Hillier posted a 236 game high in regular dual-tilt competition. Trading parallel bars and basketballs for baseball bats and tennis racquets. the boys migrated to the courts and diamonds in early spring. Competitive Spirit Continuing the tradition of girls- intramurals. active le- male enthusiasts organized volleyball squads for the fifth consecutive year. Three hundred thirty girls participated in the post-school activity. Opening April 11. the volley slate weekly' pitted six teams against one another in a "Round Robin" tournament. At the end of the five-week period. the individual winners of each evening entered the finals of the tourney. Choosing and forming of teams and the selection of team captains was left solely' to the girls themselves while faculty' adviser. jane Vogt. assisted and guided the novice volley- ballers. A majority' of the female sporting awards captured was in the field of howling. Aspirants congregated weekly' at Hindel Bowling Lanes. Other athletic activities were reserved for the members of the Cirl's Athletic Association. Tennis. bas- ketball. and gymnastics were available to members of this organization. Expert gymnasts. junior Cindy' Lanes and seniors Karen Dietz and Datha Wood. used their gymnastic skills in the C.A.A. state finals where they placed first. second. and third. 'N f f'Iltl.s fin PLN 'lima . . . Finding Iiaslo-tlmll to lH'Ll1'llLllll'IIQl'. junio: llcbbic 5l'lllI1llll defends the liall in f.,X.X, at-lion. CYMNAsTs . . . Ma-nibers of the Girls Athletic Association are lironl rowi ,lanet Liston, Datha Wood. Debbie Schmidt, Teena lirunley. Doretta Anders. Linda Hill, Melinda Clark, Jody' Fox, Connie Kelley: tsecond rowl Rosy' Preston. Margot Orrego, Sharon Oswalt, lirenda Porter. Nancy' Atkinson. Sherry' Griffin. Diana Nixon. Cindy' Niel, cf 1, , 'v .t 51. 31 lliana .Mlainsz lbaclx row! Kathy K.lllllll'Ii. l.inda Nla-on. 'licrry ltlartlcy. Shelley Nclhcry. l.inda Nlillcr. iitlflltllll Hartley. Kathy Nla hall. Nancy Sclicrcr. Sllilfllll We-slci-ll-lt. .loannc ll.nlin.in. llailcnf f'issna. liarbara flabbcrl. .lain flarter. lhilty l'rice. Xlargie Klcllml--y Carol Sanderson. and Tunis Sinders. 'vw--r 1 125 A R eff :QT 'C mn.-,... i,l1lNII'l?'l'.X'l'1lbN . . . Intramural lmowlers Dave Marks, Russ Bultmun. lhzwr llovvuglas . . . League Champs are lleft side! Margaret Twig. New Hill. anal Ke-n Wilson tally their series' totals. unel Drive Durom-li:-r: fright sidel Janet Byers and ,lim Brolin. A Bowlers, Archers ight Different Targets X 05' Fwy lions un LXICIKUNXS . . . Nll'lHlN'l'H of ilu- Al'1'll!'l'y Club are lfront row? Don Mn-Cruvlicii, Bruce Boliull, Ronnie Shaw. Tom lsorci, Dine- Smiling tsl-4-mul row! Marilyn O'lJvll, Slmron Martin, Sandi WrlllIjL'll. Patti Mulry. Rick Johnson, John Hamp- tong lbuck row! Rick Walls, Bob' O'Dc-ll, Mark Taylor, John Fillion, Alan Ferenz, and Marion Burleson-sponsor. RA" RIEN . . . Mcmbers of thc Lettermen's Club are lfront rowl Dave Felkins, Mike Lcntz. Paul Massey, Dave Thompson. Lee Atkinson, Dick Anderson, Bob Dine. ,loe Hollingsworth. ,lay Tobias. Mike Plopper. fsecond row? ,lim Malmesmith, Eric Estridge. Mark Roberts, Greg Johnson, Cary Dickhaus, Mike Fisher, John Arbuckle, Randy Belden. ,lim Willialiis, Tony Tlieysseng lthird rowl Glenn Turner, Dennis Hamilton, Steve Baker. Mike Montgomery. lloli Miller. Dt nny Edmonds, Roger Hankins. Rox Stoughton. Dick Crabhan. .lolm Sclmeider, Scott Tcgardeng lfourtli row! Craig Williams, .lolin Miles. John McCormick, Mike Light. .lim Meyers. lfill Pell. Lew lie-ckwith, .lim Roberts, Steve Ludick. 6 -G66 -Men Earn Letters, portsmanship Wards M W 1 l5"2"'?4fZff ' .. aww, ,. Z VE ' ur 'inp- 954' ....f,4Cs' SIFTING AND SoR'r1Nc . . . Letter-men Craig Williams. Jim Roberts, Mike Montgomery, and club president, Lee Atkinson. stack progralns which the club sells at every sports event. Divided into two leagues. the "Squires" and the "Knaves." intramural bowlers played each Wednesday at Hindel Lanes under the sponsorship of ,lane Vogt. physical education teacher. The "Holy Rollersi' finished at the top of the "Squires'7 while the "No Names" placed first in the "Knaves'i league. Composing the "Holy Rollersm were Phil Haas. Nancy Hulse. John Hillier. and Rick Louden: Russ Bultman. Sandy Dotts. Dave Marks. and Bob Brown comprised the "No Namesf' The novice Archery Club. sponsored by Marion Burleson. convened every other W6dIl6SdHj' throughout the year. Sophomore Sandi Watjeii ofliciated at business meetings al- though most activities included treks to archery ranges and to the "Cue and Cushionll which had archery facilities. Composed of the most outstanding sportsmen. the Letter- men's Club was an athletic honorary. Letter winners were chosen on merit of their abilities and team service along with sportsmanship and school spirit. Besides distributing athletic programs. the "A"-Men spon- sored the annual "Lettermen's Dancef' Officers were Lee Atkinson - President: Dave Thompson - vice-president: and Dick Anderson - secretary-treasurer. 2 t Q49 e Q 'la K Q Q 5 . 'IL' i - .. A J, , I at " , . X X Q 5 ifkwgwx illlI.Dl-lYXIIil:1S . . . louter row. 4'IPllllff'l'-f'lllL'liWlSU - starting to right of ci-nter liner Nancy Fliek, Cinny Locke, Mary Allen, Cindy Yant, Rhonda Barnard. Linda Schweiger. Angie Samuelson. Laura Saillant, Rita Randall, lill Guthrie, Pam Klein, Debbie Hines, Harliara Ht-itz, Pant Fisher. .loyce Kruwell, Donna Heisel, Marsha Davis, ,lanice Ansley. Mary Ellison, Pam Deputy. Salli Travis. Becky Nlcllonald. Patti Cole. Diane Tabachik. Dianne Guidone. Ann Waller, ,lan Kinney, Susan Shum- wily. Dawn lit-Lisle. lfvt-ilia Sit-kt-rt: tiniddle row ef same pattern! Sherry Updike. Madalyn Kell, Diana Ault, Linda Ranting, Cindy .-Xllison. 'llerry Smith. Karen Roberts. Caryl Squirer. Leslie Saure, Ilary Parker, Debby Hicks, ,lane Klein, Rosy Preston. ,ludy Porter, Candy Belden. Karen Dietz: linsidcl Linda Prncc. Coldenaires Plan Cl-lopsf port ew Outfits pyv . I... . ,. Powiwms . . . After nlit-arsiiig at one session. llann Klein. Nancy Flick. and ,lan Kinney perform for the basketball fans. Leading the yells at every football and basketball game, the "varsity seven" brought spirit and unity to athletic events. Chosen for the first time by Student Council rep- resentatives. Knightis Klub members, and Goldenaires, the cheerleaders became a truly representative segment of the whole student body. To perfect their skills in yell leading. several of the girls attended a summer cheerleading camp in Bainbridge, Ohio. They returned with new cheers, tumbling skills. and knowl- edge of the psychology of cheerleading. as well as with ribbons and trophies. Sporting new gold and white pleated skirts and gold letter sweaters. the Goldenaires added sparkle to half-time sessions at home games. Seven girls acted as the color guard before the saluting forty-three Goldenaires and the audience of parents. faculty. and students. In addition to their entertaining activities. the Goldenaires sponsored a sock hop after the Homecoming game with Howe. Proceeds went to buy seats in the stadium. ln order to become a Goldenaire. a girl must have been a member in good standing of the Knight's Klub for one year. have maintained consistently high grades, and have been neat in appearance and lady-like in conduct. w N Trr!:'1'I 1:1-1 . . . TlI!'l'l'-filll' xzuwilx c'llvel'lvL1dv1'. vuplzlill Vivki Cill'll'l'. gLl'ix11au-vs ut Ilw Lll'filDI1 un thu' lnlske-Ilmull Hnwr. Top Seven park X y Wai, Q ' ,, "Wt A 1. an V K M 'xx 5 " 1, 'L -. . - 0 ix Y ' -Swfmm X31 S-3 QUNII UN Inu x-uwulx ull Illli1IN lunu llll1l4H1-Qlull lllllxi Ilull ulllx lxllmxll In llu lnmmurl fi 5 i i I pirit Builders Lead Cheers, Boost Crowd Morale MM. gf E X Q iq. 1' ' af! Y A l YIIIXI Huis . . . Thi- -l'1-p liilllfl. llllllvl' the- dire-elion of Us-rulil Kniplc-l. provide-s musie lu-fore and after lioiuu- games I i i i ll 1lNl '1"ix'i CRAZY Hmm .lIYE . . . Li-d hy xarsity clieerlf-uders, the Knights' Klub. -L00 girls strong, boosts both team and school spirit, A mi: We 'ff Ki., 'Qi with Colorful Routines Sparking spirit al every home football and basketball game. four groups. the Pep Band. Knights' lilub. and the reserve and freshman cheerleaders contributed their time and talent to an all-out drive for spirit and unity in the student body of more than I3.0lJll. .1 Pep Band members. under the direction of Gerald linipfel. gave up their after-school activities in order to practice. Popular numbers such as the theme song from "Batman" kept the crowds swinging before and after games and during half-time activities as they accompanied the Coldenaires in their lively routines. The Knights' Klub reached an all-time membership high with 1100 members in their ranks. Sponsored by Mrs. Bur- deen Schmidt and the varsity cheerleaders. the Klub elected cheerleading captain Vicki Carter. as their president. A system of representatives from each class organized the group. Seniors Margot Orrego and Janet Liston. juniors Debbie Schmidt and ,lanet Kalp. sophomores Jody Fox and f . f . C NLP, l'gf'-.l L -l--'sr'-tl' I- ll'1' lxandi lxlemhelter, and freshmen Robyn Chamness and flu H' lx , ,, 'Juni 1't"l"'1 ' 'ul H' 'Un "N e, 'll' A , Cl k 1 h , if h , ' , 1 Witlhoft, Lorrtune lrlllllill ibut-lx rout l.ct- 'Xnn llenlnun. l'ul Flllls- nitra ar actec as t e voices o t eu respective c asses. mlm. and Klum Jk,Hl.ieS. Sub-varsity and freshman cheerleaders boosted their teams on to victory as the freshman basketball team lost only one encounter in their season. ff M , 0 As. Q, . y. RESERVISTS . . . Cheering reserve squads are tleft to right? Linda As the emblems on their sweaters indicate. thc 1'l'M'l'Yl' cln-4-rlcnnlt--rs Rahm, Carol Sites, Debbie Causey, Linda Friend, and Cindy Butler. stand for all-out vor-ul support for thcir Icum. 15 NNN with an Arlington accent OH Acquaintances Our hearts are reaching out as we grasp for new acquaintances and seek treasured friendships. We are adding to our ever growing circle of comrades by extending our boundaries to foreign lands, while we deepen and increase the existing honds at home. W'e grow in character as we put an Accent on Friendship. THERE EI!ER,VWflfKf L l i 1 i i i s 2 l it l? l l i E 2 5 X l l ll li l i l l l l i 2 l a 4 6 Vim ffl ew- if sg' .Sr .Nr ' Q i ,NX X a- .V .Z SUYEICI-lll,,N Sl-IYIHICS . . . 'oo Senior Class Officers are tstandingl Sift-ontl Viet--president Alan Melby, Treasurer .left rislier. l'rt-sidt-nt K1-n Hush. lseatedl First Vice-president Sandy Sanderson. .Xlumni Secretary Vicki Carter. and Scc- rt-lary Xiztry Xllen. Harry Sullivan is Senior Class SPOHSUIX Go Co eniors S i s mi ppm- 1 St I,I.lX xfs Sizssiox . . . Seniors St-ott McKay. Rosy Preston. and Judy Nladinger consult Hr. Sullivan on senior plans and activities. The Nt-nior Standing Connnittet- was formed lo present new ideas. et Pace, ponsoring Hops, Seniors are "go people." The Class of '66 set the pace for an ever-growing school community. With zest and en. thusiasm they lead the school with a variety of activities. The senior-sponsored soc hops were a rousing success. Underclassmen found that those Hstuilf' seniors could really he swingers. The Senior Class Colors were dillierent from in years past. The fad-conscious seniors voted for individual- ism when they votedifor the popular colors of burgundy, navy lilue. and white. New traditions began with this class. The Senior Stand- ing Committee was formed from a representative in each homeroom. For the first time seniors could have a "voice'7 in what they did as a class. The Senior Class Play emphasized the spirit of the class. The comedy. "You Can't Take It With You". was performed with all the enthusiasm that signifies seniors. As graduation time draws near. memories come back to a leaving senior's mind. The excitement of Sectionals. the senior boys dancing in the Talent Show. the privileges of wearing the class colors on alternate Fridays and the Senior Cafeteria. the names being called out on Honors Day - all of these and many more are rememlaered. Memories are often forgotten. but a few will remain along with that all- important diploma received on graduation day. Z' 5 X 5 sf 'X 6 of iff, F 3, y , ,EFX v. 2 , aj, o H 1.8 t Lg- 0 no 'YOU CANlT TAKE IT XVITH YOU" . . . Seniors Evy Lambert, Chris Cmnedy with a serious scunv. Tlw untirx- cart Inruugllnt vluivlxlf-5 ul Rr-ider. Dun lALll'SUll. llum l'uuli. and Bill l'e-ll 1-ml llw wninr vluwr 4'llVlUjlllQ'Hl frmu Ilw allilif-111-1-, E t bl' h' T d't' l'IwBLlCI'n l'l.xNw1l:m . . . Alun Klmellry. .Xlun Nlvlhxnivl. lhnn Ublmrriv. Claw l'luy. Many sturlvnl- xmrlwml In-liiml ilu- we-in-X lf- lll.llxl' llw und HLll'llLll'Ll lhuis wlisvuss plans fur puftvr- In ililY1'l'llSt" the Sf-niur Iinul 1w1'fm'11m11vv ll Nll1'1'1'hN. . ,555 A,-f 4 z 4' ,, f '5 I f 1 'X 7.-. ,.,:,...i, f M . - sf' . . , X , .Q-Citi' L J -e W-'W --U-h...yzv-N..,, ' tb., ,,-,Ag--31 , -.rf M , , I55 t l I l t t t I I I .t I 4 bi 4 5 E i i t sg. It t' I lil i I Qt 3 t I ?t ,la ti 2 I tt I it in w ft SENIORS PHILLIS C. AARON f Future Nurses Club 3-4: Mental Health Club 2. ,IAY L. ABRAHAM - National Honor Society 4: LANCER Staff 3: Varsity Basketball Manager 2: Student Council Alternate l: Red Cross Club 4: Safety Council 4. CHARLES W. ADAMS Cross Country I-3: Track I-3: Intramural Basketball l-4: Reserve Dasketball Manager I: Phys. Ed. Assistant 3-4: 'llalent Show 4. MICHAEL R. ADAMS - LANCER Sports Editor 4: Na- tional Honor Society 3-4: Varsity Basketball Manager 3-4: l,ettermen's Club 4: Intramural Raslietball 2-3: Marching Rand 2-4. THOMAS AGUE -- - National Honor Soeiety' 4: Intramural Basketball I-4. JAMES H. ALANDT STEVEN L. ALDRIDGE - - "Oklahoma" 4: Talent Show -l: Variety Show 2: Boys' Ensemble 4: History Club 4: Art Club 4. DON.-XLD L. ALLEN-Coneert Band I-4: Marching Bind. .IAMES R. ALLEN ---Reserve Das:-lzall 3. MARY ELLEN ALLEN - Student Couneil 2-4. Cabinet -1. Inter-City S. C. 4: National Honor Society 3-4: Colden- aires 3-4: Homeeoming Queen 4: ,lamboree Queen Can- didate 3: Senior Class Secretary: History Club 4: Red Cross Club 3: AFS Student Committee 4: LANCER Staff 4: Na- tional Merit Seholirship Commendation 4: Senior Colors. IFXLI. C. ALLEN - -- Marching Rand 4: Cofeert Bind 4. l'I'III,I.IP A. ALLIO - Convert Dand 4: Marehing Rand 2-I. Manager 4: Reserve Rand 2-4. LARR4 E. ALLISON -- Varsity llaslxetball 2-4: I"reshman Basketball: Varsity 'llraek l. 3-4: Freshman Cross Country: .lunior Prom King: "Knight" Candidate 4: Lettermen' Club 3-4: Talent Show 4. CARY I.. ALSIJAUCH ---- Intramural Daslietball l-3: Intra- mural Softball 2: ,lunior Aehieyement 3. PATRICIA ALTOM - Student Couneil Alternate 2: Sei- enee Assoeiation 3: Intramural Rowling 3. EMILY A. ALYEA - rllreble-Aires 3-4, Viet'-president 3: "Oklahoma" 4: Variety Show 2: Knight's Club I-2. DARRARA CREY ANDERSON -- Southwest High Seliool, SI. Louis, Alissouri I-2. DICK ANDERSON --- Varsity llaslietball 4: Varsity Tennis 3-4: Lettermt-n's Club 4. Seeretary-treasurer 4: National Honor Soeiety 3-4: Intramural Basketball 3: Talent Show 4. ,ION ANDERSON --- Coneert Rand 4: Reserve Iland I-3: Marching Band I.-4: Coneert Orehestra 3-4: Intramural Dasketball 4: Pep Band I, 3-I: "Oklahoma" 4. TERRX' APPLEBY F.T.A. 3: Library Assistant 2: ,lun- ior Aehieyement 3-4: ACCOLADE Stall 4. MICHAEL AIIPLECET - Safety Couneil 3. VHYLLIS ASHCRAFT --- LANCER Staff 3. News Editer -I: National Honor Soeiety 3-43 Quill and Seroll 4: Tri-Hi-Y l-Cl: Ixnig1ht's Klub I: Res rye Rand lil: AFS Committte. MARILYN ATKINS - - Coneert Orehestra 2-4. LEE C. ATKINSON - National Honor Soeiely 3-4, Vive- president 4: Varsity Football 2-42 Reserve Basketball 1-2: Varsity Baseball 2-4: Intramural Basketball 3-4: Lettermen's Club 2-4. President 4: Student Couneil 2: Talent Show 4: "Cyn Candidate I-3: "Knight" 4: .lunior Prom King Can- didate: Doy's State 3: National Merit Finalist 4. l"AI'I'H ATWOOD SUSIE AVERY -- Intramural Rowling I, 4: Intramural Volleyball I-31 .lunior Aehievement 4: 'Ilal'nt S' ow 4. DANIEL LEE AX --- Student Count-il l: Safety Couneil 2-4: Reserve Baseball 2-4: Cross Country l: Traek I: Senior Standing Committee. DEE ATZ - National Honor Soeiety 3-4: Inter-elub Coun- eil Seeretary 4: F.T..-X. I-4, Viee-president 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2-4. Seeretary 4: Intramural Rowling 3: Offiee Messenger 4: ,lunior llrom Committee. SENIORS REBECCA JANE BAILEY -4 Fairborn High School. Ohio I-3. LINDA BAKER -- Vcrdugo High School, Sunland, Cali- fornia 1-2. PAUL R. BAKER - ,lunior Achievement 4: History Club 3-4: Chess Club 4: Office Messenger 2. LARRY ,l. BARBIERI A Track I. 2, 4: Varsity Football l-4: Wrestling 1-2: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Talent Show 4: Student Council 2. HOLLY BARBOUR - National Thespians 3-4: "Music Man" 3: "Take Her She's Mine" 3: "The Crucible" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: "Hoosier Schoolmasteru 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4: Safety Council 2: Knight's Klub 2. JANE ELLEN BARNES f .lunior Achievement 4. KATHRYN LYNN BARNES -- Spanish Club 2: .luniot Achievement 3-4. SAN DI BARNES ROBERT R. BAUER BILL BEAN - Varsity Football 1-2. JONATHAN BEARD - Quiz Team 2-4: LANCER Copy Editor 4: Debate Team 3-4: National Forensic League 3-4: National Honor Society 3-4: National Merit Finalist 4: His- tory Club 2: Rincon High School. Tucson, Arizona. l. DONNA BEISEL - Coldenaires 2-4: Student Council 3-4. Cabinet 4: National Forensic League 4: LANCER Repre- sentative 4: National Honor Society 3-4: Intramural Volley- ball I-3: Senior Class Play. LINDA C. BENNETT f Treble-Aires 4: Knights Klub I. LINDA ANN BERRY f Intramural Bowling I-3: Knight! Klub I-2. CARLA BISHOP - National Honor Society 3-4: Concert Band I-4: Concert Orchestra I-4: Marching Band 2: ACCOLADE Staff 4: All-State Orchestra 2-4: "Music Alan" 3: "Olilahcma" 4. .IOY BLAIR - Mental Health Club 2-4: Library Assistant 2-3: Intramural Volleyball I. DIANE BLAKE - New Hanover High School. North Caro- lina: New Rochelle High School. MICHAEL A. BLINES - Tennis I: Intramural Basket- ball I: Boys' Ensemble 3-4. KATHY L. BLOCHER - Latin Club 2: Red Cross Club 4: Intramural Bowling 4: Intramural Volleyball l. TOM BLUNK - National Honor Society 3--I: Sciene: Seminar 3-4: High School Science Student Institute: Con- cert Choir 3-4: Arlingtones 3-4: Talent Show 3-4: "Music NIan" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: Variety Show 2: AFS Student Committee 3-4: Ham Radio Club 4: Student Council Alternate 3. CARROLL BOFFING BRUCE A. BOCCS - Wrestling 2-4. KAREN SUE BOHLSEN - Intramural Bowling 2-3: C.A.A. 3: Knight's Klub I: Future Nurses Club 2: Intra- mural Volleyball 2-4. URSULA KAY BOLE - DAR Citizenship Award 4: Red Cross Club President 3-4: National Honor Society 3-4: Cer- man Club Secretary 3: Jamboree Queen Candidate 3: Span- ish Club 2: Inter-club Council 4: Student Council Alternate 3-4. JERRY BONNEY - Concert Band 3-4: Select Reserve Band 1-4: Pep Band 3-4. TIM BOVARD MARTHA BOVENSCHEN H Red Cross Club 2. BECKY BOW - Red Cross High School Board 4: LANCER Representative 2: Safety Council 2-3. in-2, no ffaiiw ar" was ,V arg-t WW: f we 'ale 'W'-Q-l 'Nw in-ws, YET" is O '1 D SENIORS RALPH BOWLES FRED BOWMAN - Varsity Football I-43 LANCER Staff 2-43 ACCOLADE Staff 43 Quill and Scroll 43 LANCER Representative I3 Student Council 2-33 Chess Club 33 Intra- mural Basketball l-4: Variety Show l-23 Senior Constitu- tion Committee Lettermen's Club 4. ROBERT BOYD - Student Council Alternate l-3: Junior Achievement 3-43 Safety Council 23 Intramural Basketball 23 Intramural Bowling 2. JOHN BRADLEY - Tennis 1-33 Intramural Basketball I-3. SANDY L. BRIDGES - Junior Achievement 4. IMANTS BRIKMANIS - German Club 2-4, President 4. CATHY BROCK - Jamboree Queen Candidate 3. WILLIAM R. BROUCHER f Junior Achievement 3-4: Re- serve Wrestling 3: Intramural Basketball l-21 Intramural Bowling l. CARY E. BROWN -- National Forensic League I: Chess Club I-3: Ham Radio Club I-33 Junior Achievement 3-4: Intramural Bowling I-43 Junior Prom Committee. LINDA LEICH BROWN - National Thespians 3-43 Junior Achievement 3-43 "The Crucible" 33 "Oklahoma" 43 Junior Prom Committee: Treble-Aires 43 Concert Orchestra 2-33 Talent Show 4. PAULINE BROWN LIZ BROWNING - Office Messenger 2-43 LANCER Rep- resentative 33 Knights Klub l: Intramural Volleyball I3 Mental Health Club 4. MARSHA BROWNING -- Shortridge High School I-2. KATHRYN LYNN BRUCK f National Honor Society 3-41 Student Council 43 ACCOLADE Stall 43 Talent Show 3-4: Knighfs Klub I: Senior Standing Committee. ROBERT BRUCKER SHARON A, BRYAN JANICE M. BUNKER BYRON T. BURNS - National Honor Society 3-43 Science Association 13 Latin Club 2. President 3g Safety Council 3, Vice-president 43 Inter-club Council 4. DIANE BURNS - Intramural Volleyball I-43 G.A.A. 2-33 Intramural Bowling 13 Junior Achievement 4. NICOLAS A. BURRELL - Variety Show lg Intramural Bowling 1-43 Intramural Basketball 4g Junior Achievement 3-4. 3 KENNETH D. BUSH - Senior Class President3 Cross Country I-43 Track 1-4: Intramural Basketball 1-43 AFS Student Committee 43 Talent Show 4. DEIDRE JO BYERS - LANCER Representative 2g Jun- ior Mothers' Tea Committee-3 Junior Achievement 3g Knight's Klub I-2. NINA SUE BYERS 4 Student Council 23 Goldenaires 2: Treble-Aires 4: G.A.A. 1-23 Intramural Volleyball 1-4: Jun- ior Achievement 43 Knight's Klub 2g Phys. Ed. Assistant 2. ROY E. CABLE - National Honor Society 3-4g Student Council I3 Intramural Basketball l-23 Junior Achievement 4. JUDITH ANN CAMMACK - Student Council 13 Intra- mural Volleyball 23 Treble-Aires 3-43 Tri-Hi-Y 43 Junior Mothers' Tea Committee: .Iunior Prom Committee3 Knights Klub 2. . CAROL ANN CAMPBELL - National Honor Society 3-4: National Thespians 2-4, Secretary 3, President 43 Quill and Scroll 3-4. Secretary 4: ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Co-editor 43 Student Council 2-3: Spanish Club 1-2, Secretary 23 Con- cert Choir 3-4: Treble-Aires 23 Talent Show 3-4: Variety Show I3 I. U. Honors Program 33 Senior Colors Committee: Senior Standing Committee: DAR Citizenship Award 2g Altrusa Award 33 6'Harvey" 23 "Our Town" 2g 5'Music Man" 3: "The Crucible" 33 "Oklahoma" 43 Senior Class Play3 Christmas Play 4. CAROLYN SUE CAMPBELL - Spanish Club 13 Tri-Hi-Y 2. STEVEN V. CAPES - National Honor Society 3-43 Letter- men's Club 2-43 Cross Country 1-43 Track 1-33 Intramural Basketball 2-4. SENIORS STEPHEN W. CARLEY - ,lunior Achievement 3-43 Track 13 Football 33 Wrestling 3-43 Safety Council 33 Intramural Basketball 3. SHERRY LYNNE CARMACK CLARENCE DAVID CARROLL - National Honor Society 3-43 National Merit Finalist 43 Chess Club 2-4. Vice presi- dent 2, Secretary-treasurer 3. President 43 Bausch and Lomb Award 43 Quiz Team 43 Intramural Basketball 3: Algebra Contest Medal l. CHERYL KAY CARSON - - ACCOLADE Staff 3-4: Treble- Aires 43 ,lunior Achievement 3-43 Spanish Club 2-3: F.T.A. 43 Senior Class Play 4. RONNIE W. CARTER - - Lawrence Central High School l, VICKI CARTER - Freshman Cheerleader3 Varsity Cheer- leader 2-4. Captain 43 National Honor Society 3-4: .lunioi Prom Queen Ciltlfllllillti "Cale" 43 Variety Show l-23 Talent Show 3-43 Senior Class Alumni Secretary3 Intramural Volleyball l-43 Knights Klub l-4. President 43 ,lamboree Queen Candidate 33 Concert Band 33 C.A.A. 3-43 Phys. Ed. Assistant 2-4. MICHAEL EDWARD CASSIDY -- Lawrence Central High School 1-3. DENNIS CHAMBERS - Varsity Football 4, Reserve 2-3: Lettermen's Club 43 Intramural Basketball 3-43 Track 33 Talent Show 4. REMEDIOS J. CHAVES - St. Francis High School. TONY CHAVES PATRICIA A. CHILSON 4 F.T.A. 33 F.B.L.A. 33 .lunior Achievement 33 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3. BOB CLARK DIANA LYNN CLARK LINDA CLARK - Concert Orchestra 3-43 Linden Mc- Kinley High School, Colombus, Ohio 1. KAREN SUE CLEMENZ 4 F.T.A. 1. ERWIN CLINE MARSHA LEE COAPSTICK -- Varsity Cheerleader -l-1 Reserve Cheerleader 2-33 Freshman Cheerleaderq S.-nior Constitution Committee3 Student Council 2-43 Phys. Ed. Assistant 2-43 Intramural Volleyball 1-43 Knights Klub l-4. MICHAEL COCHERELL - Broad Ripple High School 2-3. ,IACQUELINE COFFEY - Library Assistant 2-33 Spanish Club 3. CARMEN COLE - Student Council Alternate 13 Spanish Club 1-23 Intramural Bowling 13 Office Messenger I-4. JANET COLE SUSAN COLE - Talent Show 43 junior Prom Committee. BOYD COLVIN CONNIE COMBS KELLY COMBS TERRY GENE CONNER - Mental Health Club 4: Will- mington High School 1-3. MARY ANN CONROY - Library Assistant 3. LARRY COTTRELL - Football 1, 33 Arlingtones 2-LI-Q Concert Choir 2-43 Talent Show 2-43 Student Council Alternate 4. SENIORS DENNIS R. COWAN-Arrowview Junior High School 1. VIRGINIA LYNN COWAN DAVID COX-Junior Achievement 3. JERRY COX-Concert Band 2-4, Captain 43 Marching Band 1-43 Pep Band 1-43 Reserve Band lg All-City Band l, 33 Senior Colors Committee. VICTORIA COX- National Honor Society 3-43 Latin Club l-4, President 33 Future Nurses Club 1-43 Secretary 2g Safety Council Alternate 3. CINDA SUE CRANFILL CONSTANCE C. CRAPPLE-Library Assistant 2g LAN- CER Representative I-33 Student Council Alternate 13 Knight's Klub 1-4. MIKE CRAWLEY-Track 3-43 Intramurals 2-4. CHRISTINA L. CRUMP - '5Music Man" 3. ANITA CRUTE-Treble-Aires 3-43 National Honor Soc- iety 3-4. ETTA LEE CUMMINGS- Red Cross Club I-4, Vice-Pres- ident 3. VIRGINIA SUE DAILEY- Concert Choir 3-43 Treble- Aires 2g "Music Man" 33 "Oklahoma" 43 Variety Show 23 Talent Show 33 G.A.A. 3. MIKE DANIEL4ACCOLADE Staff 3-4, Business Mana- ger 43 Quill and Scroll 3-43 Cross Country 1-33 National Thespians 3-43 "Mousetrap" 3g "Music Man" 33 6'The Crucible" 33 "Oklahoma" 43 Christmas Play 4. BARBARA JO DAVIS H- Art Club I-43 Junior Achievement 43 History Club 43 "Oklahoma" Stage Crew 43 German Club 23 Intramural Volleyball 2-43 Knight's Klub 1-2: Senior Class Play3 Junior and Senior Prom Committees. DONALD A. DAVIS-Concert Band 3-43 Concert Orches- tra 3-43 Reserve Band I-23 Audio Visual Assistant 43 Marching Band 2-43 Pep Band 2-43 Senior Class Play. MELINDA DAVIS-Quill and Scroll 43 LANCER Staff 2-3, Advertising Manager 43 Goldenaires 2-33 Flag Corps 3: Jamboree Queen 43 "Gale" Candidate 43 Junior Prom and Senior Constitution Comn1ittees3 Student Council 3. MICHAEL R. DEBURGER JEANNE MARIE DECARO-Student Council 2-33 Na- tional Thespians 2-43 Art Club 1-33 French Club 1-33 Marching Band 1-23 Concert Orchestra I, 3-43 All-City Band I-33 All-City Orchestra I-33 G.A.A. 33 Safety Council 43 Dramatic Productions 3-4. SANDRA LYNN DE FELICE - National Thespians 3-4, Treasurer 3-43 Concert Choir 43 Treble-Aires 2-33 Student Council 43 'sCrucible" 33 Senior Class Play3 "Music Man" 33 "Mousetrap" 33 Junior Achievement 3-43 ACCOLADE Staff 33 Variety Show 23 Intramural Volleybill I-2. CYNTHIA ANNE DENSON-Knights Klub 13 Latin Club 33 Mental Health Club 33 F.B.L.A. 3. PAMELA SUE DEPUTYfGoldenaires 2, 4g Pennant Corps 43 Concert Band 3-43 Reserve Ban ,l 1-23 Marching Band 23 Track Queen 3g Office Messenger 33 Intramural Volleyball 1-43 Knight's Klub 2. 43 G.A.A. 2-3. KAREN JEAN DIETZ-National Honor Society 3'4Q Stu- dent Council I-33 Tri-Hi-Y I-4, Terasurer 3g Goldenaires 2-43 Science Fair Award Winner: Homecoming Queen Can- didate3 "Oklahoma" 43 Talent Show 33 Knight's Klub 2-43 Gymnastics 1-43 Intramural Volleyball I-4. PEGGY L. DIETZ-Junior Achievement 33 Talent Show 33 Treble-Aires 3g Spanish Club 13 Intramural Volleyball 1. ROBERT A. DINE-Lettermen's Club 3-43 Football 4: Track 3-42 Intramural Basketball 2-43 Student Council 23 Variety Show 2g Talent Show 43 Senior Class Play. JOHN A. DOBBS-Cross Country 1'2Q Track 1, 2-43 Student Council 1, Alternate 23 Intramural Basketball 1-43 Lettermen's Club 2-43 Variety Show 4. JOHN DONAHUE-History Club 3-43 National Forensic League 43 Quiz Team 43 Office Messenger 43 French Club. JUDITH ANN DOWNS-North Vernon High School 1-2. JANIS DRAKE SENIORS GINA KATHRYN DREY-"Music Man" Stage Crew 3: "Oklahoma" Stage Crew 4: Senior Class Play Stage Crew 4. STEPHEN M. DRURY--Concert Orchestra 1-fl: Conecrt Choir 2: "Music Man" 3. JAMES B. DUFF, JR. LARRY DUCCINS - Ham Radio Club 2. DIANNA DUNCAN--Student Council Alternate: LAN- CER Representative 3: Intramural Volleyball 2: Office Messenger 2-3. DAVID R. DUROCHER f- Intramural Bowling 2-4. ROBERTA A. DUZAN ED DYE-- Reserve Band 1-3: Ham Radio Club 1-2, --I: Chess Club I, 4: Junior Achievement 3-4: Intramural Bowl- ing 1-4: Office Messenger 4: Science Club l: Hath Club lg Marching Band 2. DONNA EASON --- "Oklahoma" 4: Talent Show 4: .lunior Achievement 3: LANCER Representative 2-3: Knights Klub 2-4: F.B.L.A. 2: Senior Class Play: Intramural Volley- ball 1-4: Safety Council 3: Junior and Senior Prom Com- mittees. STEVEN WILLIAM EDWARDS f- Senior Standing Crm- mittee: Student Council 4: Track 1-4: Junior Achicxement 4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Intramural Basketball 3-4. ELIZABETH JEAN ELLISON-LANCER Representative 3: String Ensemble 1-4: Concert Orchestra 1-4: Treble-Aires 3-4: All-City Orchestra 1-3: All-State Orchestra 3-4. SUE ANN EMERY-Concert Choir 4: Treble-Aires 3: Concert Band 2: Clee Club Accompanist 2-4: Junior Achievement 3: Intramural Bowling 2: F.T.A. l: Spanish Club 1: "Music Man" 3: Intramural Volleyball l-2. DONALD RICHARD ERATHH- Student Council 2-3: Al- ternate 1: Intramural Basketball 1-4: Colf 1-3: Concert Band 1-4: Marching Band 1-2, 4. CARY RICHARD ESHAM ERIC JAY ESTRIDCEAFootball 1-4: Track l-4: Wrest- ling 1-4: Lettermen's Club 2-4. DOROTHY J. EYLES CATHERINE JOAN FAILINC - Office Messenger l-2: Spanish Club I-2: Student Council Alternate 1-2. JONELL FAULKNER f Future Nurses Club 1-4: Secretary 3, President 4: Latin Club 2-3. REBECCA ANN FAUX GREGORY J. FEDERLE MICHAEL L. FERGUSON H- ACCOLADE Stall 3-4: Oflice Messenger 2: Chess Club 2. SUSAN FERGUSON -Nursing Assistant 3-4: Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2: Select Reserve Band l. WILLIAM FERNANDES- Senior Class Standing Com- mittee: North Central High School 1-2. LANA FERRELL- National Thespians 3-4: Concert Choir 2-4: Arlingtones 2-4: Talent Show 2-4: "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: "The Crucible" 3: Future Nurses Club l: Red Cross Cluh 3: Mental Health Club 1. LAURA CHRISTINE FIELDfNational Thespians 1-4: Art Club 1-3: Tri-Hi-Y 1-2: Spanish Club 3: Nlcntal Health Club 3. SHEILA FILLION-Spanish Club 2, 4: German Club 4: Red Cross Club 4: F.T.A. 4: New Berlin High School 1. JEFFREY BROOKS FISHER-Senior Class Treasurer: National Honor Society 3-4: Science Seminar 4: Senior Constitution Committee: I.U. Latin Institute 2: I.U. Latin Contest 1: Intramural Basketball 2, 4: Student Council 2, 4. ROBERT LEE FISHER FN. SENIORS WILLIAM LEE FISHER LARRY FLATER RONALD FLESHOOD -- Cross Country 2-45 Football 15 Track I-3. KAREN FLIKE 4 Southport High School I-2. CYDNEY FORD-,lamborge Queen Candidate 35 ,lunior Achievement 4. LYNDA DARLENE FOSNIGHT-LANCER Representa- tive 2: Junior Achievement 3. .IOHN R. FOSTER SHARON KAY FOSTER-Arlingtones 3-45 Concert Choir 1-45 Talent Show I-4: Variety Show 25 'gMusic Man" 35 "Our Town" 3. DIANA FOUCHfNational Honor Society 45 Latin Club I-35 Future Nurses Club I-2. KATHY FRANK - Tri-Hi-Y 2-4. D. JANE FRANKLINfOilice Messenger 4. CHERYL L. FREEMAN-Junior Achievement 2-4. LETITIA J. FUCHS CAROLYN SUE FULTZ ROSELYN L. FURGASON-Future Business Leaders of America 3. BONNIE .IANEANE FUSON f ACCOLADE Staff 2, Activ- ities Editor 3. Co-editor 4: Concert Band 1-45 Marching Band 25 History Club 2-35 Quill and Scroll 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 Student Council 3, Alternate 45 Junior Heart Board Representative 3-45 Junior Prom Queen Candidateg Variety Show 2: Talent Show 45 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play Selection Committeeg AFS Auxiliary Committee 4. FRANCIS W. CALLAGHER -- Concert Choir 2-45 Foot- ball I: Wrestling I-2: German Club I. BONNIE COLLEEN GARDNER-National Honor Society 45 F.B.L.A. 3. ,IANIS LYNN CERSONDE-Future Nurses Club 2-45 Secretary 45 Knights Klub 2-45 Executive Secretary 45 Clinic Assistant 35 LANCER Representative 35 Safety Council Alternate 2. BARBARA CILLILAND4Treble-Aires 45 F.T.A. 1-35 Intramural Volleyball 2: Knights Klub 2g Intramural Bowling 4. LINDA GLENN -National Honor Society 4: Future Nurses Club I-4: Tri-Hi-Y l-3: Concert Band 2-45 Student Council Alternate 3, Clinic Assistant 3-4. SHARON LOUISE GLUFF TERRY COFFINET-junior Achievement 3-4. RICHARD GORDON DICK CRABHAM-Varsity Basketball 2-4: Freshman Basketball: Reserve Baseball lg Varsity Baseball 2-45 Freshman Cross Country: Student Council Alternate I-25 National Honor Society 3-4: Lettermen's Club 2-4: Safety Council 3-45 Science Seminar 3. SUSANNA CRAVES-All-City Symphony 45 "Music Man" 35 "Oklahoma" 45 String Ensemble 2-45 Intramural Volleyball I5 Future Nurses Club 1-45 Clinic Assistant 3-45 Intramural Bowling 4. BOB CRAYfStudent Council 1-45 Freshman Footballg Freshman Basketball: Varsity Football 2-45 Reserve Basket- ball 25 Varsity Golf 3-45 Intramural Basketball 3-4. JUDY GREEN-Intramural Bowling 2-35 Intramural Vol- leyball 3-45 Chatard High School 1. -A-or-ibn' 2 rw.-s..u.f A -I H I 1 I 1 F t 1 SENIORS GREG S. GRIFFIN MICHAEL GROUNDS ANNE GROVES-Student Council I3 Variety Show 23 Junior Mothers' Tea Committeeg Red Cross Club 33 Knights Klub I. CONNIE GUINN -F.T,A. I3 Spanish Club I3 Intramural Volleyball 2: .lunior Achievement 3-4. GREG GUTHRIE-National Honor Society 43 Intramural Basketball 43 Science Fair I-23 Science Seminar 23 Na- tional Merit Commendation 4. PHILL HASS-National Thespians I-43 Junior Achicxc- ment 3-4: Intramural Bowling I-43 Chess Club I-23 Ham Radio Club I-2. CATHY HAEHL KENNETH R. HAEHLf Safety Council 33 Chess Club 33 Junior Achievement 4. KATHRYN HALCOlVIBfAll-City High School Symphony I-43 "Music Man" 33 "Oklahoma" 43 String Ensemble I-43 Concert Choir 43 German Club 23 Intramural Volleyball I. LANNY HALE-National Honor Society 3-43 Student Council 3-42 French Club I3 Intramural Basketball. Bowl- ing I3 Reserve Baseball 3: Varsity Basketball Manager 3-43 Lettermen's Club 3-4. HELEN HALL-Talent Show 43 LANCER Staff, 2-43 News Bureau Chief 3. Co-editor 43 National Honor Society 3-43 Quill and Scroll 3-4, Vice-President 43 Journalism Instituteg Indiana High School Press Association Sccretaryg Tri-Hi-Y I-33 Knight's Klub I3 French Club I3 Junior Achievement 33 Stage Crew 1-23 Marching Band I-23 Re- serve Band 23 Optimist Club Award 43 Intramural Bowling I-23 LANCER Representative 3-43 Science Assistant 3-43 Senior Standing Committeeg AFS Auxiliary Committee 4. MARK HALLfConcert Choir 43 Intramural Bowling I-43 "Oklahoma" 43 Red Cross Club 43 Chess Club I. DENNIS L. HAMILTON-Varsity Wrestling 43 Intramural Basketball 2. JACKIE HAMMONDmTale11t Show 43 Junior Achieve- ment 3-43 LANCER Representative 13 Intramural Bowling 2-4. MARION HAMMOND LLOYD HANSON-fW1-estling 2-33 Intramural Bowling 2-4. MELISSA HARKINS-Treble-Aires 2-4: Shortridge High School 1. CYNTHIA HARLAN- National Honor Society 43 Golden- aires 2-4. Flag Corps 3-43 Business Manager 2-43 Jamboree Queen Candidate 33 Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 Student Council 2. Alternate 3-43 Class Art Award 2-3: Junior Prom Committee 33 Variety Show I3 Talent Show 33 Knight's Klub 2-43 Intramural Volleyball I3 Herron Art Scholarship 4. THERESA DAWN HARMAN-Future Nurses Club 23 Lawrence Central High School I. RONALD D. HARRISON KITTIE L. HARTFELTERfFuture Nurses Club 23 His- tory Club 2: Red Cross Club 3. ROBERT L. HARTLEY-Debate Team 3-43 National Honor Society 3-43 National Tl1espians3 Auditoriutn Tech- nician 3-43 Latin Club I-23 Science Seminar 3. SUSAN JANE HARTMANN-I.U. Honors Program: Na- tional Honor Society 3-42 German Club 2-4: Junior Achieve- ment 3-43 Office Messenger 2. ROBERT HAZLETTA-Wrestliiig 2-43 Track I3 Junior Achievement 4. BARBARA J. HECKARTf Broad Ripple High School I-2. SUE HENSIEL-4 Red Cross Club 23 History Club 23 F.B.L.A. 3. PAUL L. HERGETT-Junior Achievement 4: National Thespians 3-43 Talent Show 43 "Music Man" 43 "The Crucible" 3. JOHN DAVID I-IESSAA-V Assistant 1-43 National Thes- pians I-43 Auditorium Technician 3g Art CIUDQ History Club 2-3. 'yrs' -0-six? y M fad' 'Wing if axis. is if SENIORS WILLIAM RUSSELL HESS - National Honor Society 3-4: Science Seminar 3: Student Council 33 Concert Choir 2-4: Science Club 2-4, Vice-President 2, 4, Treasurer 33 German Club 2-3: Intramural Bowling 23 Vice-president 23 'gMusic Man" 33 "Oklahoma" 4g Senior Constitution Committee. PAM HILLERY-- National Honor Society 3-43 Student Council 43 Tri-Hi-Y I-43 Secretary 3: Vice-president 4: Intramural Volleyball I-3: Knight's Klub I. .IOHN A. HILLIER-Chess'Club I-2: Intramural Bowling I-43 Vice-president 4: Ham Radio Club I3 Junior Achieve- ment 3-4. JIM HINDMAN - Ham Radio Club I-2: Auditorium Tech- nician 2-4: National Thespians 4. CEORCANNE HINKLEf Future Nurses Club 3-4. SUE ANN HIXON - Student Council 2: Treble-Aires 3-4: Vice-president 4: Clinic Assistant 3-4: National Honor Society 3-4. SHARON KAY HOFFMAN - National Honor Society 3-4: Reserve Band 1. DORIS MAE HOLLIDAYfKnight's Klub I: Red Cross Club 23 Future Nurses Club 2. DONALD R. HOLM-Reserve Wrestling 2-43 Track 2-4. ALFRED C. HOLMAN-Ham Radio Club President 3: Audio-Visual Assistant 3. DAVID HORNER- Track 23 Intramural Basketball 1. BRENDA SUE HOWE- Intramural Volleyball I-4: F.T.A. 2-33 National Honor Society 3-4. JUDITH E. HOYT-Tri-Hi-Y 33 Spanish Club 1-2. JOYCE HUDDLESTON-Freshman Cheerleader: Varsity Cheerleader 4g Student Council I-3: Alternate 4: Concert Choir 2-3: "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 43 "Cindy" Candi- date I-23 Junior Prom Queen Candidate: "Gale" Candi- date 43 Coldenaires 33 Intramural Volleyball: Bowling I-3: Knight's Klub 1-43 Variety Show 33 Talent Show 3-4. WILLIAM E. HUDSONfConcert Band I-4: Marching Band I-43 Pep Band 1-43 Concert Orchestra 2-4: History Club 3-43 I.U. Honors Program: Debate Team 3-43 National Forensic League 3-4, Vice-president 43 AFS Student Com- mittee 43 "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: French Club I, 4: Talent Show 4. NANCY I-IULSE-Intramural Bowling 2-43 Secretary 4: Future Nurses Club 2: Intramural Volleyball 2-4. .IACQUELYNN JOY HUNCERFORD-LANCER Stall 3-4: Business Manager 4: Goldenaires 2-4: Quill and Scroll 3-43 Student Council I-23 Safety Council 3: Talent Show -1. JOHN HURON ---- Concert Band 43 Marching Band 2-43 Pep Band 3-4. STEPHEN JAMES HURST -- Rcscrvc Basketball I-2: Slu- tlcnt Council 3: Intramural Basketball 3-1: Variety Show 2-3. .l. RICHARD HUSTEDT- Boys' Ensemble 2: Intramural Basketball 2-4. LINDA HUTCHCRAFT- Junior Achieve ment 3-4. LINDA MARIE HYNES LORENE SUSAN INMAN-Knight's Klub l. JUNE ANN IRWIN-Spanish Club 1: Knight! Klub I. CONNIE SUE ISENHOWER SUE ELLEN ISENHOWER -Intramural Bowling 3: Cold- enaires 2: Talent Show 4: Junior Achievement 4: Junior Prom Committee: Student Council Alternate 2. STEVE JACKSON-Student Council Alternate 3: Cross Country 13 Track 1-43 Football 2-43 Lettermen's Club 3-'13 Senior Standing Committee: Intramural Basketball I-4. JAMES B. JARBOE-Scecina Memorial High School. SENIORS JAN .lARBOEf Wrestling 43 Track 4. MELODY ANN JARRETTfLatin Club l-23 Nl:-ntal Health Club 3-43 Tri-Hi-Y I3 Clinic Assistant 43 Futun- Nurses Club 1. SARAH KATHARINE JAY- - Tri-Hi-1 l: .lunior Acbicvc- ment 43 Intramural Volleyball 1-43 .lamborec Queen Cantli- date 4. STEVE JEFFRIES -- Student Council 43 .lunior Achieve ment 33 Cross Country 1-23 Wrestling 13 Track 23 Tennis 13 Marching Band 23 Reserve Band 1-23 Variety Show 2. LINDA JEAN JENNINCS-4 Latin Club l-2: Knigbtl Klub 2-33 Junior Prom Committee 3. MARY LOU JOHANTGENM- Library Assistant l-2: IAN- CER Representative 4. BARBARA KAY JOHNSON-Intramural Volleyball l-2. BILL JOHNSON 4- Basketball 1-23 Track l3 Band and Orchestra 13 Sandcreek High School l.-2. JOYCE ANN JOHNSONAConcert Choir 43 Treble-Aires 33 Talent Show 23 Future Nurses Club 13 Knight! Klub I. JOYCE ANN JOHNSON - Concert Choir 3-4. LARRY DOUGLAS JOHNSON f Reserve Football 3: .lun- ior Achievement 43 Talent Show 2. PATRICIA JOAN JOHNSON --Treble-Aires 3-4. PETER L. .lOHNSONsConcert Band l-4: National Honor Society 3-43 Intramural Basketball 4. RITA KAY JOHNSON-National Honor Society 3-4: Tri- Hi-Y Treasurer 3-43 Science Association Secretary 3-4: ln- ter-club Council 43 Junior Achievement 3-43 LANCER Rcp- resentative 4. SARAH LOU .lOI'INSONfIntramural Volleyball 1-3. JAYNE ELIZABETH JONES-Student Council 3-4: Jain- boree Queen Candidate 4: Red Cross Club 1: Academic Assistant 4. ROBERT JONES -- Junior Achievement 3-4: Senior Class Play. SHARON ELAINE JONES f Treble-Aires 33 Choir 4: Rf-rl Cross Club 13 "Oklahoma" 4. CHARLES W. KAISER-Junior Achievement 3: Latin Club 1. HANS WILHELM KAMPSsStudent Council 4, Cabinet 43 History Club 43 AFS Exchange Student from Dortmund. Germany 4. JIM KARNESABaseball 43 Golf 2-33 Football 1: Intra- mural Basketball 1-2, 43 Talent Show 3. MARCIA KATZENBURCER-Student Council 13 Latin Club 1-23 F.T.A. 2-33 Intramural Volleyball 1-23 Junior Achievement 4. PAUL C. KEBEL BENNIE J. KELLER- Football I-33 Chess Club 43 Audio Visual Assistant 1-3: Junior Red Cross Club 2-33 Vincenncs Lincoln High School I-3. SUE KELLY VICKI LOUISE KELLY-Junior Achievement 3: Rf-tl Cross Club 23 Intramural Volleyball 1. CHARLOTTE KELSAY-Library Assistant 4. CAROL MARIE KEMP-Safety Council 3-43 Knights Klub 1-2. 6 SENIORS BRUCE KEIVIPER-Boys' Ensemble 33 Concert Choir 4. STEVE A. KENDALL - Student Council 3: .Iunior Achieve- ment 33 Intramural Bowling 1-2. BRENDA SUE KERNODLEfSpanish Club 1: Red Cross Club I: Intramural Volleyball 3. ,IACKLYNN KILCOREAStudent Council l. Alternate 2: Intramural Volleyball 3. R. H. KINCERY- Football 13 Basketball 1-4: Cross Country 33 Track 3-43 LANCER Representative 3: Letter- men's Club 3-43 ,Iunior Achievement 4: Phys. Ed. Assistant 3. ROSELYNN ANN KINNAMAN-F.T.A. 1-33 Spanish Club 1-23 Knights Klub 1-23 LANCER Representative 2-3. DENNIS KINNEAR-,lunior Achievement 3-43 Track 1. .IANICE KINNEY-Coldenaires 3-4. Pennant Corps 4: Treble-Aires 3-4: Knight's Klub 1-4. LON H. KIRK SUSAN KISSELfTowers High School. Decatur, Georgia. PAMELA LYNN KLEIN-National Honor Society 3-4: Coldenaires 3-4, Pennant Corps 43 Knights Klub 1-4: German Club 2-33 Future Nurses Club 1-3: Science Club 2-3: Clinic Assistant 3-43 LANCER Representative I3 Phys. Ed. Assistant 2-3. DAVE KLIERfIunior Achievement 4: Intramural Bowl- ing 3. CARY KNOOP-Track 13 Colf 23 Intramural Bowling: 2-33 Intramural Basketball 1: Junior Achievement 3. BETSY L. KOESTER RICHARD KRAECE -- National Honor Society 3-4: Tennis 1-43 Senior Standing Committee: Student Council 1-23 In- tramural Basketball 1-43 Talent Show 4: Cross Country 1: Senior Constitution Committee. JOYCE KRUWELL-Coldenaires 3-4, Pennant Corps 4: Jamboree Queen Candidate 33 Student Council Alternate 1. 43 Safety Council 4: Inter-City Delegate 3: Knight's Klub 2. 4: Office Messenger 4. ROD KYLE-Future Architects and Draftsmen Club -1. DENNIS LAKE4 National Honor Society 3-4: French Cluh 2. EVELYN JANE LANIRERT4Treble-Aires 3-4: Spanish Club 2-3: Tri-Hi-Y 1-23 Intramural Volleyball 33 LANCER Representative 43 "Oklahoma" 4: Senior Class Play. CRAIG LANE HELEN .IOYE LANTEIGNE-LANCER Staff 3-43 Car- toonist 3-43 ,Iunior Achievement 3. , ROXANNA LAPREES-Art Club 1-3: Secretary 3. STEPHEN E. LAW SERETTA L.AWHE.AD- Future Teachers' Association 1-2. LINDA LEDGERWOOD-Student Council I-4: G.A.A. 3-4, Vice-president 33 Intramural Volleyball l-3. RICHARD EARL LEE-Football 1. RONALD LEE KAROL LYNN LEIPNITZ-"Oklahoma" 43 "Music Man" 33 Talent Show 3-43 Variety Show 1-23 LANCER Staff 4g All-City Choir 3-43 All-City Orchestra 3-43 Concert Choir 2-43 Arlingtones 3-43 Concert Orchestra 1-43 National Thespians 3-43 Thespian Play 43 Senior Class Play 4. SENIORS SHERRI LEMCKE-Inter-club Council Prcsitlcnt -l-1 Stu- dent Council Alternate 3-41 Tri-Hi-Y 2-1: Prcsidtnt 4: Science Association 1-4. Vice-president 3, President 2. 11: Science Seminar 3-41 Talent Show 2: .lunior Prom Conn- mitteeg Office Messenger fl1 Spanish Club 3: Intramural Volleyball 31 Knights Klub 1-21 Future Nurses Club 1. CAROL LEVI- Office Messenger 3-41 Safety Council 2-31 Red Cross Club 1. NIIKE E. LIGHT -Varsiiy llaselnll -1: lnliamural lla lwt- ball 1-41 Intramural Baseball 2-3. RITA LINDSEY4--Treble-Aires --1. NANCY LINVILLE DONNA LINXWILER - Treble-Aires 3- 1. CAROL LINZER-National Honor Society 3-11 German Club 1-4, Secretary 41 Concert Band 2--11 History Club 3. JANET SUE LISTON-LANCER Rtprcsentative 31 Var- iety Show 21 Talent Show 3-41 G.A.A. 3-4, President 3, Secretary 4: Orchestra 11 Knights Klub 1. 41 lfuture Nurses Club 1-2: Intramural Volleyball 2-4. GINNY LOCKE---Goldenaires 2-4, Pennant Corps 3-l-: Knigl1t's Klub 1-41 Jamboree Queen Candidate 3: Intra- mural Bowling 1-21 Talent Show 3. BOB LOFTIN ROBERT LONGfNational Honor Society 3--11 Concert Hand 1-41 Marching Band 1-41 Pep Band 1--1-: Dance Hand 1-31 History Club 41 Variety Show 1-2. LYNDA LEE LOSTUTTEI1- Spanish Club 2: Ollicc Nies- senger 2. RICHARD LOUDEN -Future Arcliitects and llraftstin-ii Club, Vice-president 41 Intramural Dowling 2-4. PAM LOVELESS- -Scecina Memorial High School 1-3. STEVE LOWE STEPHEN LUDICK-Varsity Cross Country 3: Varsity Tennis 3-4: Intramural Bowling 3: Intramural liaskctball 2-4: Lettcrmen's Club 3--1. PEGGY LYNNAMatl1 Club 11 German Club 1-3: Sci:-nit Seminar 2-31 Science Fair 21 Quiz Team 3. JUDY MADINGER-Knights Klub 1-21 National Honor Society 3-41 Student Council 41 Senior Constitution Coni- mittee1 Senior Standing Committeeg Talent Show 4. TERRILL W. MAHLER--Concert Hand 1-4: Marching Band 1-41 Concert Orchestra 1, 3. -11 German Club 11 Southport High School 1-2. JAMES T. MAHNESMITH --Track 1-4: Lettcrtnt,-n's Club 4g Reserve Wrestling 2-31 Football 1: Intramural liasket- ball 1. MARIE MAINGUY 4 Chatartl High School 1-3. SUE MANSBACK- Future Nurses Club 2-4. CYNTHIA MARTINsConcert Choir 3-41 "Music Klan" 31 iiOk13h0IllHl, 41 Treble-Aires 21 Red Cross Club 11 Future Nurses Club 1. PAUL MARTIN 4 Football 3. GEORGE MARTZiTrack 2-41 Intramural liaskctball 31 .lunior Achievement 3. KAREN MARTZ-Future Business Leaders of America 2. STEPHEN CRAIG MASON LINDA MAYES-National Honor Society 4: Student Council 1, 3, Alternate 2, 4g Arlingtones 41 Concert Choir 4g Treble-Aires 31 "Oklahoma" 41 Talent Show 2-4: Junior Prom Committee. Ai!- ,fu URW ,au 14 4 iv' N-0 --Nm? qu-..,,,,. 4 .Q-..-. -.1.f"'i""M , ,gsm ww 1 la. 'ik Mail SENIORS MARCIE McCAWLEY-Freshman Cheerleaderg LAN- CER Representative 23 National Thespians 43 "Oklahoma" 4: Talent Show 3-43 Variety Show 23 C.A.A. 1-43 Intra- mural Volleyball I-43 Intramural Bowling 1. JOHN MCCORMICK-National Honor Society 3-43 Let- termen's Club 3-43 Football Trainer 2-4: Intramural Basket- ball 3-43 Safety Council 4. ALAN R. MCDANIEL-Inter-club Council Treasurer 4: Student Council 23 History Club 1-4, Vice-president 3, President 43 Concert Band 4g Concert Choir 3-43 Marching Band 3-43 National Thespians 2-4: "Music Man" 33 "Okla- homa" 43 Auditorium Technician 2-33 Thespian Play 43 Ham Radio Club 1-23 Senior Class Play. FLORENCE MQELFRESH SCOTT McKAY-Lettermen's Club 3-4: National Honor Society 3-43 Track 2-43 Cross-Country 3-43 Intramural Bas- ketball 1. 4. TIMOTHY M. McKEEA,Iunior Achievement 42 Art Club 13 Marching Band 1-43 Pep Band 2. TERRY L. MCLEAN-Coldenaires 2-33 Concert Choir 2-4: Talent Show 3: "Music Man" 3: i'Oklahoma" 43 LAN- CER Representative 2-3. SANDRA MCLIN-Variety Show 2: Talent Show 3-43 Intramural Bowling 1-2. DON Mc-SHAYM,Iunior Achievement 3-4. BONNIE SUE MEADORf Student Council Alternate 3-4: LANCER Representative 1-2: Safety Council 3-43 Red Cross Club 33 Intramural Volleyball 1-3. RICHARD C. MEARA-Varsity Basketball 43 Varsity Baseball 43 Concert Band 2-43 Concert Orchestra 23 Reserve Baseball 2-33 Reserve Basketball 3: Intramural Basketball 23 LCIICTIIIEHIS Club 4. MARSHA ANN MEDLOCK- Student Council 13 Art Club 1-2: Red Cross Council 33 Treble-Aires 4. ALAN MELBY-Student Council 2-4, Vice-president 43 Science Seminar 23 German Club 2-3, President 33 French Club 4, President 43 National Merit Finalist 43 Senior Class Vice-president3 Red Cross Club 33 Science Association Vice-president 2g AFS Student Committee 3-4: Senior Con- stitution Committeeg I.U. Honors Program. BOB MELCHER-Varsity Football 3-43 Lettermen's Club 4. RICH MELCHER VICKI MERRITT-Concert Band 3-43 Red Cross Club 3-4: Tri-Hi-Y 1-23 Latin Club 1, City Council Delegate. CARL MESCHKE-Varsity Football 1-43 Lettermen's Club 2-43 National Honor Society 3-43 Track 1-4. L. JAMES MEYERS-Football 1-2, 43 Lettermenis Club 43 Track 1, 3-4: Student Council 23 Safety Council 4: Talent Show 43 Intramural Basketball 3-4. DOUG MIDDLETON-Ben Davis High School. JOSEPH M. MIKOSZ-Intramural Bowling 2-4. JOHN M. MILES-Varsity Cross Country 3-43 Varsity Track Manager 3-43 Lettermen's Club: Intramural Basket- ball 3-43 McClure High School 2. ED MILLER-Intramural Basketball. 1-4. .IAMES MILLER ,IANICE MILLER-Junior Achievement 4: .Iunior Prom Committee 3. ROBERT MILLER-Football lg Wrestling 1-43 Track 1-4: "Music Man" 33 Concert Choir 2-43 Arlingtones 3-43 Boys' Ensemble 1: Marching Band 2: Concert Band 2-3: Safety Council 3. SANDRA MILLER - ,Iunior Achievement 4. STANTON R. MILLER-Baseball I-43 Intramural Bowl- ing I3 Intramural Basketball 23 Tennis 2-43 Science Semi- nar 43 Social Studies Institute 43 National Honor Society 4: National Merit Finalist 4. HAROLD MILLI-National Honor Society 3-43 Student Council 3-43 ,Iunior Achievement 43 Baseball 1-23 Intra- mural Basketball 1-4. SENIORS LINDA SUSAN MILLISER-Spanish Club 1-33 Orchestra I3 OfIice Messenger 33 LANCER Representative 3-4. RICHARD MINNICK-Wrestling 1-2: Junior Achieve- ment 4. GREG W. MISCHENKO-Junior Achievement 3. MIKE V. MITCHELL ,IILL MONTGOMERY 4 Student Council Alternate 2: Safety Council 33 Intramural Volleyball l-3. STEPHANIE MONTGOMERY -- Concert Choir 43 Treble- Aires 33 .lunior Achievement 3-4: Spanish Club 23 Tri-Hi-Y l-23 "Oklahoma" 4. GARY MORAN SHARON MORAN-M Intramural Bowling 1. ROWENA JOYCE MORELOCK- - F.T.A. l-4: Knights Klub 13 Intramural Volleyball l-2. BOB MORGANfWrestling 2g German Club l3 Senior Standing Committee 4: Chess Club 2: Intramural Basket- ball 33 Variety Show l. MONA MORRIS f Red Cross Club 43 Junior Achievement 43 F.T.A. 43 Knigl1t's Klub l: Office Messenger 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2. ANITA KAY MORRISON --f ,lamboree Queen Candidate, 3: .lunior Achievement 3-4: Fremont Ross High School 1-2. STEVE MOSLEY - Gymnastics 1-3. ROBERT MOUNCE GARY W. MUELLER-Football 13 Track 1: Variety Show 13 Intramural Basketball 1. PHYLLIS MULLINS-Junior Achievement 3-43 Tri-Hi-Y 2-33 French Club 13 Art Club 1. LINDA LORRAINE MULREE-Red Blufl High School, California 1-22 Clearwater, Florida 3. CHERYL LEA MURRAY- Red Cross Club 33 C.A.A. 23 German Club 3-43 Future Nurses Club 4. CHERYL LYNN MURRAYfNational Honor Society 43 Choir 2-43 Arlingtones 3-43 "Music Man" 3. GEOFFREY NAYfNational Honor Society 3-43 Craft Arts Award 13 Ham Radio Club 43 Business Manager 1-3. MADELYN SUE NEALf Phys. Ed. Assistant 2-33 Knights Klub 1-2. BARBARA ANN NELSON PAM NELSON-Spanish Club 1-23 Safety Council 43 Office Messenger l, 3-43 "Music Man" 33 Intramural Vol- leyball 1-23 Knights Klub 1-2. SANDRA NESTLER - Knight's Klub 1-2. PETRA KAY NEWHOUSE-junior Achievement 33 In- tramural Volleyball 2. RICHARD NEWMAN - National Honor Society 3-43 Con- cert Band 2-43 Ham Radio Club 2-33 Science Association 43 Office Messenger 4g Student Council Alternate 4. GARY NICKEL - National Honor Society 3-43 Concert Band 1-43 Concert Orchestra 1-4. ,IANINE L. NICKERSON4 Junior Achievement 33 Future Nurses Club 1. SEN1oRs NORMA NIXON-Library Assistant 2-3: Knight's Klub 1: Intramural Volleyball 1. H. GAYLE NOMIVIENSENfSpanish Club 1-2: Debate Team 2. DAVID C. NOVICKI Concert Choir 3-4: .lunior Achieve- ment 3: Shortridgc High School 1-2. KINI IYCONNER -- Student Council 1. 3-4: Intramural Basketball 2-4: Senior Constitution Committee: Wrestling 1: Intramural Football 1. E DAVID WARREN O'DEl..L-.lunior Achievement 4: Rc- scrw Band 2-4: Variety Show 1-2: Intramural Basketball 4: Talent Show 3: Safety Council Alternate 3. ROBERT O'DELL- Reserve Band 4: Marching Band 3-4: Archery Club 4. JAMES R. OLSON -- Intramural Basketball 1-4: Intramural Baseball 2: Intramural Football 1: Safety Council Alternate 2. ALAN DALE O'NEII. - -junior Achievement 3-4: Student Council Alternate 1-2: Football 1-2: Safety Council 2: Intramural Basketball 3-4: Intramural Bowling 2: Reserve Band 1-2. MARGOT ORREGO -A.F.5. Exchange Student from Piura. Peru 4: C.A.A. 4: Student Council 4: Cabinet 4: Talent Show 4: Knights Klub Senior Representative: ACCOLADE Stall 4: A.F.S. Honorary Committee for 1966. KENNETH DUANE OS-BORN - -Intramural Basketball 1-3. ROBERT DANIEL OSBORNE --National Honor Society 3--I: Spanish Club 1-2: Chess Club 1-2: Cross Country 2-4: Wrestling 2-4: Quiz Team 4: Concert Orchestra 1-2. SANDRA .IO OSTERHACE -National Honor Society 3--I: Spanish Club I. BILL OVERAIYER-Student Council 2: Track 1: Cross Country 2: Baseball 2: Variety Show 1-2: Concert Choir 3-4: German Club 1: Intramural Basketball 1. 4: "Music Man" 3. JAMES HENRY OWEN -- Football 1-3: Wrestling 1-2: Nlath Club 2: Art Club 2-3: Chess Club 2-3: Audio-Visual 1-4: Intramural Basketball 4: History Club 1-2: .lunior Achievement 4. ANCELA OWENS-Student Council Alternate 1-2: Red Cross 4: .lunior Prom Committee: LANCER Reprcscntatiyc l-2: Latin Club I-2: Kniglitl Klub 1-2. Vlt.j'l'OR R. OWENS if Tennis 1-2: Intramural Basketball 1-2. 4: Wrestling 1: .lunior Achievement 4. CAROL PACE- -National Honor Society 3-4: LANCER Representative 3-4: Concert Band 1-4: Student Council Alternate 3-4: Red Cross Club 4: Knights Klub 1. ,IOANN PALXIESW- Future Nurses Club 4: Red Cross Club 4. LINDA PARHAN1- -.lamborcc Queen Candidate 3. RICHARD E. PARKER-.lunior Achievement 3-4: Span- ish Club I-2: Coll 3-4: F.T.A. 4. SANDRA PARNELL M.-XRIAN PASCHALL-National Honor Society 4: Stu- dcnt Council 2: Arlingtones 3-4: Concert Choir 3-1: Con- cert Band 2-4: French Club 2. REBECCA I.. PASTER X P XAIELA RAE PAULI -- F.'l'. X. I-4. Secretary 3. President 4: Tri-Hi-Y I-3: Treble-Aires 3-4: "Music Alan" 3: "Okla- homa" 4: .lunior Prom Committee: .lunior Alothers' 'lica Committee: Senior Class Play: National Thespians -1: In- tcr-club Council 4. LLICINDA LEE PAYNE -4 Red Cross Club 3. ,IIAI PECK-.lunior Achievtment 3-4: Audio-Visual As- sistant 3-4: Phys. Ed. Assistant 4: Safety Council 3. IBILL l'ELLfConcert Choir 2-4: Arlingtones 3-4: Foot- ball 3: Track 1-3: Lettern1en's Club 2-3: Intramural Basket- ball 4: Basketball 1-3: Senior Class Play: "Oklahoma" 4. PETER NI. PENNINCTON -e.lunior Achievement 3: West Virginia Calhoun High School 1: Lawrence Central High School 2. SENIORS MIKE PERKINS - -Cross Country 1: Reserve Wrestling 3: Concert Band 1-3. JON DAVID PERRY 7 National Honor Society 3--I-3 LAN- CER Staff 43 Indiana High School Journalism Institute 43 Quill and Scroll 4. MARK A. PERRY BILL PETERSON- Chess Club 2: LANCER Representa- tive 1. HARVEY L. PETERSON TED PHILLIPS-Track 3-43 Lettermen's Club 3-4. STEVEN CHARLES PIERCE-Wrestling 1-3. RALPH F. PINECAR-Chess Club 1. MICHAEL PLOPPER4National Honor Society 3-43 Stu- dent Council 3, Alternate 2. 43 Senior Constitution Com- mittee: Varsity Football 43 Reserve Football 33 Varsity Wrestling 4: Reserve Wrestling 2-3: Freshman Basketball: Track 1: Junior Prom King Candidate: Lettermen's Club 4: Variety Show 2: Talent Show 4. BRENDA PORTER - C.A.A. 3-4. CHARLES C. PORTER CEMALINE PORTER STEPHEN PORTERfChess Club 13 Intramural Basket- ball 43 Junior Achievement 4. JANICE POWELL! F.B.L.A. 33 Office Messenger 2-4: Intramural Bowling 23 Knights Klub 2. JOYCE POWELL -- F.B.L.A. 3: Office Messenger 2-4: In- tramural Bowling 23 Knights Klub 2. CINDY PRATHERfC-oldenaires 2-3: Flag Corps 3: Stu- dent Council 3-43 Junior Prom Queen Candidate: Jamboree Queen Candidate: Junior Tea Committee: Talent Show 3-4. JANET PRESLEY - G.A.A. 3-43 Intramural Volleyball 1-4. DEBORAH LEE PRESTON -Treble-Aires 4. ROSY PRESTONfTreble-Aires President 43 Coldenaires 3-43 Future Nurses Club 1-4: Tri-Hi-Y 43 C-.A.A. 3-43 Senior Standing Committee: Talent Show 43 Knights Klub 1-43 Red Cross Club 2: L. S. Ayres High School Board Representative 4. 3 TOM PRESTON 4 Varsity Wrestling 4. BEVERLY PRITCHARD NANCY LEE RAISCHfStudent Council Alternate 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1-3: LANCER Representative 2: Red Cross Club l-23 Future Nurses Club 33 Safety Council 2: Art Club 1: Science Association 2: Intramural Volleyball 1-31 Junior Prom Committee: Knights Klub 23 Junior Achievement 3. RITA KAY RANDALL 4- Concert Choir 43 Treble-Aires 3: Student Council 2-4, Secretary 4, Cabinet 2-4: Coldenaires 2-4. Captain 4: Flag Corps 3-43 "Cindy" Candidate 3-43 Junior Prom Queen: Homecoming Queen Candidate 43 Princess of Light 43 Junior Achievement 33 Knights Klub 1-4: Junior Prom Committee. JOAN CLAIRE REAMER-National Honor Society 3-43 Quill and Scroll 3-4, Treasurer 43 ACCOLADE Stall 2-4, Underclass Editor 3, Senior Editor 4g Concert Band 1-4, Librarian 2-43 Marching Band 2-43 History Club 2-4, Secre- tary 3-43 Spanish Club 1-2: LANCER Representative 4. JUDY REDMOND-Junior Achievement 33 Talent Show 2-3. VICKI REED-Tri-Hi-Y 13 Student Council Alternate 1. JOHN' CHRISTOPHER REIDER-Concert Choir 3-4, Treasurer 4g Concert Orchestra 1-4: Talent Show 1-43 "Music Man" 33 "Oklahoma" 4: Variety Show 2: Hooten- anny 2: Senior Class Play. PATRICK THOMAS REIDY-Marching Band 1-4, Drum Major 3-43 Pep Band 1-4: Concert Band 1-43 Dance Band 1-2. ,W3 6.5 SENIORS LINDA MAE REISINGER-National Honor Society 43 North Central High School 2. LYNDA RESIDES-National Honor Society 3-43 Student Council 1, 3, Alternate 2, 43 ACCOLADE Activities Editor -I3 Knights Klub lg Junior Achievement 33 Talent Show 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Indiana High School Journalism Insti- tute 4. CEORCIANNE REYNOLDS -- Kokomo High School 1-3. NEIL STEPHEN RICHARDS-Concert Choir 43 Boys' Ensemble 3: Youth for Christ Club: Lawrence Central High School 1-2. CAROL A. RICHARDSON-.lunior Achievement 33 Span- ish Club 1. TRAVIS GENE RICHMOND-Intramural Basketball 2-3. DAVID MARK ROBERTS-National Honor Society 3-43 I.U. Honors Programg Football 1-43 Lettermen's Club 3-43 Cerman Club 1-4: ACCOLADE Staff 4. E. CRAIG ROBERTS- Spanish Club 1. JAMES S. ROBERTS4 Football 1-43 LClIt'l'lllt'l'l.S Club 43 LANCER Stall 3-4, Co-Editor 4, Staff Photographer 3-43 Quill and Scroll 43 Student Council 43 Alternate 1-33 Indiana High School Journalism Institute 33 Track 1. BRENDA GAY ROBERTSON-National Honor Society 3--I. SIIZANNE KAY ROBERTSON -- Goldenaires 33 Jamboree Queen Candidate 33 Student Council 2. l',t'l'RICIA ANN ROBINSON f Concert Orchestra 1-43 ,lunior Achievement 3-43 Oflice Messenger 3. RICHARD ROEHL PAUL ROMINE-Talent Show 2. CHRISTOPHER ROTHfNational Honor Society 3-43 National Thespians 3-43 Junior Achievement 33 Chess Club 1: Latin Club 1-23 LANCER Representative 1-23 Talent Show 1-23 All-School Play l-2. VINCENT ROUTH - Football l. LINDA L. ROWLAND SALLY JO ROYAL-Senior Class Standing Committee: Senior Constitution Committee: LANCER Staff 2-43 Safety Council 33 Talent Show 3-43 Variety Show 2: Knight's Klub 1: Spanish Club 1. GERALYN LEE RUSSELL-Knight's Klub 1: Intramural Bowling 1-33 Safety Council 2-43 Goldenaires 33 LANCER Representative 33 Talent Show 3-43 Variety Show 23 AC- COLADE Stall 4. ICSTHER RUTH RUSTHOVEN - --National Honor Society --l: National Thespians 3. MICHAEL RYBA KEITH RYPlVlAgIntratnural Basketball 1-3. CAROL SADLERfArt Club 1-23 Tri-Hi-Y l-23 Future Nurses Club 2. YVONNE SALAZARE C.A.A. 4. DEBBIE SANDERSkKnigl1t's Klub I-2: History Club 2. RICHARD SANDERS4Football 13 Wrestling 1: Intra- mural Basketball 2-33 Intramural Softball 2-3. SANDY SANDERSON - National Honor Society 3-43 Treas- urer 43 Debate Team Secretary 3-43 Senior Class Vice- president: Concert Band 3-43 Librarian 3-43 National Forensic League 3-4, Treasurer 43 Student Council 3-43 Cabinet 43 Junior Achievement 3-43 Miss "JA" 43 Latin Club 2: Junior Prom Committeeg Jamboree Queen Candi- date. GREG SCHILLINGgConcert Band 4: Select Reserve Band 1-33 Concert Orchestra 33 Marching Band 2-43 Na- tional Thespians 2-43 Variety Show 2-33 Intramural Basket- ball 23 Track 3-4. SENIORS JOHN DAVID SCHNEIDER - National Honor Society 3-1-3 Track 1-4: Football 1, 3-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Intramural Basketball 2-4. NANCY CLAIRE SCHREIRER-Freshnian Cllt't'l'lt'Llllt.'l': Reserve Cheerleader 2: History Club 3: l".T.A. 1: Red Cross Club 2: Phys. Ed. Assistant 3: Talt-nt Show 3-4: Variety Show 2: LANCER Staff 4: Student Count-il Alter- nate 3: Junior Achievement 3: G.A.A. 3: .lunior ljrotn Committee. MARILYN SCHUH-National Honor Society 3-4: 'l'ri-Hi- Y 2: Intramural Volleyball 1-2: Intramural Rowling l-2. ALICE SCHULZE-Red Cross Club 2. LINDA KAY SCHWEIGER 1 National Honor Society 3-4: Goldenaires 2-4: Color Guard 4: Pennant Corps 3-4: Con- cert Choir 3-4: "Music Man" 3. MARGARET SUSAN SEILER , JOYCE DIANE SEMENTA ---Junior ptcliit-vcint-nt 3: ln tramural Bowling 2. JANET L. SHANK-A Junior Prom Committcc: Tri-Hi-I l: LANCER Representative 1-3: Junior At-liieveim-nt 3-4: Knight's Klub 1-2: Art Club 1. MADELYN SHEELY-Shortridge High School 1-3. LORETTA SHELL - Concert Choir 3-4. DOUGLAS SHELTON STEPHEN JEROME SHIDELERf National Honor Socie- ty 3-4: LANCER Staff 3-4, Managing Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Indiana High School Journalism lnstitutc 4: Spanish Club 1-2: Senior Colors Committee: S4-ieiice Semi- nar 3: Student Council Alternate 4: Boys' State Alternate 3: National Merit Commendation 4: Senior Class Play. TED SHIELDS CAROLE SHOEMAKERfScecina Memorial High School 1-3. LINDELL SHREVE- Knights Klub 1-3: Future Nurse. Club 1: Red Cross Club 3. MELVIN S. SILVER f National Honor Society 3-4. SUZANNE SIMS-Goldenaires 2-3: ACCOLADE Stali 3-4: Junior Prom Committee 3: Quil and Scroll 4: Talent Show 4: LANCER Representative 2-3: Student Count-il Alternate 2-3: Knight's Klub 1. TANNIS SINDERS-Junior Achievement 4: Treble-.Xircs 4: G.A.A. 3-4: Knight's Klub 1-3: Intramural Rowling, Volleyball 1-4: Clinic Assistant 4: Phys. Ed. Assistant 4. SANDRA KAY SINGER-Treble-Aires 4: F.l1.I..A. 3: Knighfs Klub 1. JANE E. SISSOM-Junior Achievement 3-4: lntramural Rowling 3: "Oklahoma" 4: Junior Prom Committee: Safety Council 3. HOWARD RAY SITES-Student Council 2-4. l'residcnt 4. Cabinet 4: LANCER Staff 3-4: Varsity Football 3-4: Var- sity Golf 3-4: Reserve Baseball 1: Freshman liasketball: Senior Class Constitution Committee: "Knight" Candidate 4: Talent Show 4: Indiana High School Journalism Insti- tute 4: AFS Student Committee 4: Intramural liasltctball 2-4: Phys. Ed. Assistant 2. TERESA A. SLAIN-Concert Orchestra 3-4. TOM L. SMALL-Tennis 1. LINDA SMITH PATTI SMITHW Physical Education Assistant 3. ROBERTA ELAINE SMITH --Mental Health Club 3-4: National Forensic League 4. KATHY JO SNAPP-National Honor Society 4: LANCER Staff 4: Student Council 1: Talent Show 4: .lunior Prom Committee: Junior Achievement 3: Academic Assistant 4. SHARON SUE SNOW4Juni0r Achievement 4: F.T.A. 4: ACCOLADE Staff 4: Intramural Bowling: 4: Mental Health Club 4: LANCER Representative 1. 4 .sw-'U SENIORS VICKI LYNN SOHN!Tri-Hi-Y l: Art Club l-2: Intra- mural Bowling I-3: Knights Klub l. BERET MARIE SOLBERCfNational Honor Society 4: Future Nurses Club 2-4: Intramural Volleyball 2: Intra- mural Bowling 2: Clinic Assistant 3-4: Knights Klub 2. GAIL A. SPOOLSTRA 4-I.Il. Honors Program: National Ilonor Society 3-4: German Club l-4. President Secretary 2: Red Cross Club 2-4. 'Secretary 4: Future Nurses Club l-4: AFS Student Committee 3-4: Intramural Volleyball I-2: Knights Klub I: Concert Band I-4: Concert Orchestra 2-4: All-City Orchestra I-2: Junior Achievement 4. SONNA SPRINCER-LANCER Staff 3-4, Feature Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: News Bureau 3-4: National Honor Society 3-4: Jamboree Queen Candidate 3: Student Council Alternate 4: Safety Council 3: Talent Show 3-4. CARYL SQUIER-eNational Honor Society 3-4. Secretary 4: LANCER Staff 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Coldenaires 3-4: Flag Corps: News Bureau 4: History Club 2-3: Student Council Alternate 3: AFS Student Committee 3-4: Senior Colors Committee: Academic Assistant 3-4: Junior Acltieye- ment 3: Kniglit's Klub 2-4: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Class Play. KOLLEEN L. STAPPW Latin Club 2--1. HALLIE STARK 4- Knigl1t's Klub. CHECORW' H. STEADMAN JANET SITE STOUCH RON STOUGHTON-4 Tennis l-4: Lcttcrmen's Club 3-1: Intramural Basketball. STEVE STRACHAN ELLEN STRANCE -4 Office Alcssengicr 3-4. SHERRX STRAWN KAREN STROAIEf C.A.A. 2: Red Cross 3-4: Nlental Healtlt Club 4: Junior Achievement 4. CRYSTAL ELAINE STROTHER- Latin Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Red Cross Club 2. MARILEN RUTH STROUIJ- Cerman Club I-2: Future Nurses Club 2. ERIK SUEBERKROP-National Honor Society 3-4: Stu- dent Council l. 3: Alternate 2: Intramurals I-4: AES Stu- dent Committee 3: Lettermcn's Club 2-4: Tennis I-4. ELLEN SHAREEN SULLIVAN -4 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. JOHN SUKINIERS---Intramural Basketball l. TEHRX SIIXITER- -Junior Achievement 3. ILXRIMRA JEAN SliRV.-XN'l'- -National Honor Sociely 3-4: Science Seminar 4: LANCER Representative 4: Knigl1t's Klub l: Biology Assistant 4. IIETSY A. SVVEETYSt'ience Association 42 Concert UI'- eltcstra l-2: Kniglifs Klub I-2: Safety Council 4, .Alternate 2: Office Messenger 3-4. CHERX L A. TABB- Student Council Alternate 4: Safety Council 3: Jamboree Queen Candidate 4: Talent Sbow 2-3, Variety Show 3: F.B.L.A. 2: Phys. Ed. Assistant I-4: Knights Klub 1: Junior Prom Committee: Office Mes- senger 2: Intramural Volleyball 2-3. TERRY N. TALBOTf4Arlingtones 3-4: National Thes- pians 3-4: Spanish Club I-2: Talent Show 2-4: Variety Sbow 2: "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: Tbespian Play 4: All-Scliool l'lay 4: Academic Assistant 3: Track I-4: Con- c 'rt Choir 3-4. CAROL JLIDITH TAYLOR-Nurses Assistant 3-4: Li- brary Assistant 3-4. JANE ALICE TAYLOR-History Club 3-4. Treasurer 4: Spanish Club l-2: Intramural Volleyball 1. KXRIS E. TENNEY 4- Art Club 4: Library Assistant 4. CINDY THOMAN-Future Nurses Club 1: Library As- sistant 4: Intramural Volleyball 1-2: Mental Health Club 2. SENIORS DIANE THOMAS -4 National Honor Society 3-4: C.A.A, 4: Art Club 4: Knight's Klub l. DAVID MARK THOMPSON-National Honor Society 3-4, President 4: Lettermcn's Club 2-4, Vice-president 4: Foot- ball 1-4: Track 1-4: Varsity Baseball 4: Student Council 1-2, Cabinet 2, Alternate 3: Junior Prom King Candidate: "Knight" Candidate 4: Senior Constitution Committee: Tal- ent Show 4: I.U. Social Studies Institute 4. EDDIE THOMPSON - -- Track 2-4: Football 1-2: Intramural Basketball 2-3. TIM THOMPSON M- Talent Show 3-4: Football 1-2: Intra- mural Basketball 1-2. .IACK L. TILSON JAY JOSEPH TOBIASfStudent Council 4: Lettermen's lt.. Club 3-4: Varsity Baseball 4: Varsity Football 4: Varsity Wrestling 4: Junior Prom King Candidate: Variety Show 2: Talent Show 4: Safety Council Alternate 2-3: LANCER rep- resentative 1. SALLI ANN TRAVIS ----Coldenaires 4: Treble-Aires 2-4: Safety Council 3: Talent Show 1: Variety Show 3. ROBERT GILL TREES4Lettermen's Club 2-4: Varsity Football Manager 2-4: Track 2-3: Basketball Manager 1: Safety Council 2: Talent Show: Ham Radio Club. me 6 4-'Sify MARK S. TRIISBX Talent Show 3-4: Concert Choir 2-4: Ham Radio Club 1: Track 1-2: "Music Man" 3: "Okla- homa" 4. BARBARA ANN TRUMP--KnigI1t's Klub 1-2. BRENDA LEE TSCHIREN f Reserve Cheerleader 2. THOMAS C. UNCER-National Honor Society 3-4: Na- tional Forensic League 4: Debate Team 4: Concert Band 1-4: Pep Band 1-4: Marching Band 1-4: Dance Band 2-3: Concert Orchestra 2-4: Science Seminar 3: Talent Show 4: "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: French Club 1, 4: Track 1: I Academic Assistant 4: National Merit Scholarship Com- PM? mendation 4. THOMAS TIBIUTHY U PDIKE- National Thespians 2-ll-: Latin Club 1-3: "Crucible" 3: Talent Show 1-2: Boys' En- semble 3: Student Council Alternate 3: LANCER Repre- sentative 22 .Iunior Achievement 3: All-School Play 1-3. DANIEL M. VANBUSKIRKfOlIice Messenger 2-3. SANDRA VANDIVER-fKnight's Klub 2-3. .IM-1Es H. VORNHALT A , '9""""' STEPHEN D. WACGONER-National Forensic League 3-4. President 4: National Thespians 1-4, Vice-president 4: National Honor Society 3-4: Senior Standing Committee: Auditorium Technician 1-4: Audio-Visual 1: Science Semi- nar 3: Debate Team 3-4, Assistant Captain 4. CHARLES ROY WALLACE JIM WALLSMITH -- Varsity Football 1-4: Intramurals 1--lt: Lcttermen's Club 3-4. MICHAEL .I. WALTERS- -Lawrence Central High School 1. STEPHEN R. WALTERS-Senior Class Play: Lawrnnce Central High School 1. DONALD ROY WANN 4 Intramurals 3. VIRGINIA LEICH WARD-Student Council 2-4, Cabinet 4, National Leadership Conference 4: Academic .Assistant 4: Junior Prom Committee: Junior Mothers' Tea Committee: .Iamboree Queen Candidate 3: Intramural Volleyball 1: Archery Club 4: Office Messenger 1-4. JOHN WARNER- Mental Health Club 4, President 4: MN C .W Reserve Band 4: Talent Show 3-4. Q lv X I ,- f f K V, MARTY WASNIDGE -Intramural Volleyball 1-2. X MICHAEL EARL WEAVER - Wrestling 1-4: Concert Band 3-4: Marching Band 2-4. DIANE L. WEBBER-Student Council 1-2. BILL WEBSTER-Varsity Baseball 2: Cross Country 2. K 153. SENIORS PAUL E. WEIIVIER-Sacred Heart High School I. RANDY WEST-Football 3: Wvarren Central High School I-2. SHARON KAY WESTERFELT-Intramural Bowling I-4: Tri-Hi-Y 2-3: G.A.A, 4: Knight's Klub 2-3. VIRGINIA SUE WHEELER l PAM WHITE PAULA WHITE-Art Club I-2: Tri-Hi-Y I-2: Knighfs Klub I. PAMELA LOUISE WILKERSON f Concert Choir 4: Con- cert Orchestra I-4: "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: .Iunior Mothers' Tea Committee: ,Iunior Prom Committee: Treble- Aires 3. ANDREA LYNN WILLIAMS CARA WILLIAMS CRAIG ALLEN WILLIAMS-M Freshman Basketball I: In- tramural Basketball 2-33 Varsity Colt 2--I: Lettermen's Club 2-4. ,IIM WVILLIAMS-Cross Country I--1-: Basketball I-4: Track I-2: National Honor Society 3-4: Student Council I: Safety Council 2: Lettermen's Club I--I. NORMA LYNN WILLIAMS- Knighfs Klub 2-3: Art Club I : Intramural Volleyball 2. PAUL R. WILLIAMS ROY DEE WILLIAMS SHERRY WILLIAMS W- Student Council 3: Safety Council 2: Spanish Club I. STEPHEN I. WILLIAMS DALE L. WILSON - Senior Class Play. E. ALAN WILSON-Reserve Band 2-3: Concert Band 4: Marching Band 2-4: Shortridge High School I. KENNETH R. WILSON-National Honor Society 3-43 Reserve Football 3: IIlll'ZlI'l'll1l'2iI Bowling 4: History Club 4: Science Association I. MARY WILSON LESLIE ANN WINSLOWf Concert Band I-4: Concert Orchestra I-4: Concert Choir 2-4g "Music Man" 3: "Okla- homa" 4: All-City Band and Orchestra I-3: All-State Orches- tra 3: All-State Choir 3. ' LINDA WIRE 4 Broad Ripple High School I-3. SUSIE VVISHART-Knight's Klub I-3: G.A.A. 3: Safely Council 2-3: Intramural Volleyball 2-3: F.T.A. 3. DATHA WOOD BEN WOODARD f Concert Band 2-4: Marching Band 2-tl-: Pep Band 3--1-3 Senior Constitution Committee. TOM WORD - Concert Band 2-4: Marching Band I--lg Pcp Band 2-4: Concert Orchestra 2--1-. KAREN E. WORKMAN1 French Club 2: .Iunior Achieve- ment 3. STEVEN GREGORY WORMAN SENIORS DONALD F. WORSHAM-Junior Achievement 3-4: Pep .Band I-4g Marching Band I-4: Concert Band I-4. COLEN THOMAS WRIGHT -- Concert Choir 2-4, Presi- dent 43 Arlingtones 2-43 "Music Man" 3: "Oklahoma" 4: 'Talent Show 2-4: Senior Class Play. JULIE ANNE YAGER-Academic Assistant 4g LANCER Staff 3-43 Art Club I-2: French Club I. CINDY YANT- Goldenaires 4: Student Council Alternate 3: Junior Prom Committee: Academic Assistant 3-4: .Iunior Achievement 3-4. MICHAEL YOUNG W- National Honor Society 3-1-lg LAN- CER Staff 4. I..AWRENCE N. YOUSE --- Lettermen's Club 2-4: Varsity Football I-4: Varsity Baseball I-4: Intramural Basketball 2-4: Student Council 2. 4. Treasurer 4: Concert Band 3-4: "Knight" Candidate 41 Junior Achievement 5: Wrcstlingl. ROSALYN ZODY!Quill and Scroll 4: LANCER Staff 3-4: F.T.A. Treasurer 4: Latin Club I-3. Treasurer 2: Safety Council 4: Junior Achievement 4g Knights Klub I. JEANNE C. ZOOK- Safety Council 4. Camera S y Seniors STEVE AUGUSTIN - - Catliedral High School I-2. RONALD BERRY LEWIS BECKWITH - Football I-4: Baseball I-43 Na- tional Honor Society 3-4g Intramurals I-4: I.ettermen's Club 4. DANNY BISHOP CHERYL L. BLOCHER -- Junior Achievement 3. JAMES L. BOOTS LINDA SUE BURROWS PAUL R. CHAPPLE ANTHONY J. CHERRY - Intramural Basketball 2, 4. CAROLYN SUE CHUBB -- Shortridge High School I-3. RONNIE COONEY .IUANITA LYNN COTTRELL DON CRANFILL 4 Student Council l, Alternate 2: Rc- serve Wrestling 2. KEN DAVIS RONALD W. DAVISON - German Club 2: Variety Show 3. PATRICK A. DAY CATHERINE DEMOND RON DICKS 4 Mental Health Club 3: .Iunior Achievement 3-4. VVARREN D. DRIVER RON EVERMAN .I. MICHAEL FARMER BRUCE FERGUSON STEPHEN A. FOSTER -- North Central High School 2-3. CATERINA ANNA LINA GRINER GERALD A. HAULMAN ---- 4 Intramural Basketball 3-41 Columbus, Indiana 1-2. CATHY HENDERSON 4 Treble-Aires: Red Cross: Tri- Hi-Y. LARKIN HICKS - Marching Band I-2: Spanish Club I. THOMAS JENSEN DENNIS JOHNSON JOSEPH JONES ELLSWORTH L. KASSING JOHN KISSEL - Towers High School. Atlanta, Georgii I-3.' DON LARSON - Concert Choir 3-4: Arlingtones 3-41 Talent Show 2-4: French Club 23 Variety Show 3-4: Senior Class Play. JOHN B. LEWIS ROBERT A. LOIINSBERRH - - Chess Club 4: Brebeuf Prepa1'ato1'y l-3. MARK MALIA --- Intramural Basketball I-2, 4. TERRY MASTERS FRANK McMAHAN RONALD IYICNEELX - - Science Association I,-2. PATRICIA MILLER MIKE A. MITCHELL ED MOSS DANNY G. MURPHY JEFF MUTTER - - Boys' Ensemble 4: Valley High School CARY NEWKIRK -- Scecina Memorial High School I-3. DONNA PAHRISH ,IOLIE W. PATTERSON Arsenal Technical High School I-3. WILLIAM PENMAN JOHN A. PETERS WILLIAM PHILLIPS 4- Football 3. SUSAN PIPINO JAMES PUGH - - Football l-2: Wrestling l-21 Baseball lg Softball 2: IIlII'3Illl1I'tlI Basketball 3. DEBORAH RILEY Ben Eielson High School. Alaska l-2: Rantoul High School. Rantoul, Illinois 3. RONALD SCHENK 4- Science Association 3: French Club I-2: Basketball lg Student Council l-3. JOHN SELZER HARRY C. SIMPSON TERRY SUMMERI.D'l' DENNY TINDALL DANA TYCRETT VIVI VERNIER -- Scecina Memorial High School 1-3. CHARLES WALKER f Ham Radio Club 2: Science sociation 2: YVrestling I. KATHRYN VVRAY WALSH -- Intramural Bowling I: Intramural Volleyball I: Knights Klub I-2: Future Nurses Club I-2: Red Cross Representative I-2: History Club 2: ACCOLADE Staff 3: LANCER Representative 3: Nurses Assistant 3: Junior Achievement 3. BEV WHITTIER JACKIE WOOD BARBARA MAE WRIGHT .IOANNA YOUNG ,,V,X,Lf K X , Iv 'v pai 5 A.. xi 9 Y, in 3 1 B awww llnmr Slll,lI'I'l'Y . . . Nulimiul Hmmm' Simi:-ty nmiiinm-Q urv living fur- spring sviiwstvr of the-ir junior year, but have Il Chanve' to be Chosen x illiillflvli in Iliix vm-iw-ixmiix. N4-w nn-nilwrw am- imliirte-ii in iln- in thc' fall and spring St'IIl9SIvI'S of their wniur yi-ur. Nlvlnlww im- eniors Bequeath Privile esg Anticipating tadium, 'THQ' i N v A ' ' "'i'wxll.l1.ll'l' 'l'1xll-L" . . . 1966 junior Prmn quven and king candidatvs an- ifront rvwl Cindy Lane, Cindy Butler. Connie' ll:-vw, Sqmix' Y:-ul. Cum! Sites: Hun-k rms! Gary Hailey, Stvvv P6-rcifield. Cary Divkhaus. Randy Beldun. and Tim Prim-. 158 I 1 selccted by having a 0.0 grade average and remunrnendations low-rl FAIR Evfllrxwml . . . Seniors Kathy Snapp. Nlariun Pa-chall. .lainie on character. leadership. and service. Taylor. and Linda Urown tradt- 1'Xt'lllSiX'tt st-nior name- cards. Iuniors Co Big League Leaxing behind a prom and a tea. juniors stepped up to accept the responsibility and tradition of a senior class. For juniors it was a year of class rings and beginning thoughts of colleges and careers. Juniors took the National Merit Scholarship Test and the PSAT. juniors and seniors alike attended "College Bight" to gain insight of life on the cani- pus of their choice. Relinquishing their position as school leaders. the graduat- ing National Honor Society members left the organization with an all junior membership. Senior officers of the Stu- dent Council turned in their ranks as juniors took their places. Receiving new privileges. juniors looked forward to electing senior class officers. drafting a constitution. eating in the senior cafeteria. and choosing class colors. Seniors of 1967 will be the hrst to attend home football games in an Arlington stadium. Juniors took charge the last meek of the semester by setting examples and becoming student leaders as "Seniors of 'off' looked back on four years of games. dances. studies. and friends. They recalled their freshman mixer. senior night at Homecoming. the all-out stadium drive. and a favorite teach- er. Even though they all took different paths after com- mencement. they remembered moments of pride. joy. and accomplishment long after June 9 graduation. E, 5 s X' I, ff! : ...f TEA TIME . . . Principal Ralph Clcxenger grew-ls a junior at tht- Xlothcrs' Tea which is he-ld around Yah-ntint-'s Hay 30 , , H L , T1 V-71.-,,.,4m-,,, ilxll Y f '- V. 5 . -4, ,, ,, 4... .,se,,-J4 . ,, . ,, ,t . , ,f ,- V . , , f , , v ., . . - ff X i , t' . af, Vlvv- f V I A at A , we , as , . .1 1, ,ma - Y , vig " -AW, 3 'U Y , Q, . f -, EN J! , like I t A f J f J J , ,, Nm ' .-fi I ,M '?,f,naA L, I' .af ' fx' ,, , ' f ' ' ' 5: J ' A 1 Aiii 1 x il A ' 'VAf-' 4 f I .at J' it 'al ,L 'N ., Q :Af " c, i. A 51, 4 ' K V , - V. ' fx 5 A All , -,.,v, V , , f 1, Q Q, , 'Z A V 'N 39 , X- gs? ,S -V ,V A t ' A ll if T 'W W' Q 4 J 1- B 'O 1 - ,L , , , f '15 4 Vi ff' t , " Q r- A '- fi, , f ' " I' 5 . l .. ll ll X X A B 5 Wm i i . , , B J" I M 3. 'ISK ' tl t I I 1 , - .1 i ,f J 1 ' iii an ww' , u... ' 4 H+ , . , Q .1 W .Q , I, ,. . 'ff , l I x f mf, 4 , x V, K ft , ,A le g , A A . I le J x 7 1.1 S ' .,,,,,f 'Y ft 14" 17 DV 'W '.V, 'eval , L 1,5 QA.. ,V 1 ., , fa Q Y 'Z ag! ' at R KW A., . V,V" T2 ,ft e 'ff A ' . -f2.f '.. 'D V ' ib, i. - 1 ' X ,, X! H 'IVZ J A , ,fx A Y.-- 3 N s If Y f 'r t - X f t a "'A t t " A s r t fled 1, J t 1 A ' fi g ,Bt t b N . by A Q 1 :L :vv vvvzl 1 4 st.. f -f 1 ' 4' v . , , , 2 f at 1 w i wig Z, J ,f '94 1 , I 9.8 W1 ax X at f i x ll' 4 f 5' x M X as s 4 e my A lx . , S 4 1 M X t sv fl -. fa , fm if S 5 -' 7, fm , ' It .....u...:-.... N Q Y i ' taxi, la 5 3 J UNIORS Carol Abdon, John Acevedo, Bill Adams, Earl Adams, Gloria Adams, Vicki Adams. Kay Adell, Michael Adkins E Handy Albright, Richard Aldrich, Eileen Aldridge, Bonnie Allio, Cyn- thia Allison, Pat Altom, John An- derson, Ronnie Ansley Randy Apell. John Appleby, John Arbuckle, Lillian Arias. Cayla As- bury, Jenny Atkinson. John Atkin- sun. Alan Atlas Kevin Aufmann, Joe Ayers, Levida Bagan, Cricket Bailey, Gary Bailey, Curt Baker, Larry Baker, Larry J. Baker Steve Baker. Jody Baldwin, Tim Baldwin, Paula Barclay, Stephen Baron, Eileen Barnes. Kelly Barnes. Barron Barnett Dan Barth. Teresa Bartley, Steve Batt,-hellor, Steve Bauerle, Janet Baugh. Ric Beattey, Kenneth Beeson, Diane Begley Theresa Belcher. Randy Belden, Steve Berry, Mike Berwick, Keevin Bigelow, Butch Bivens, Donald Blake, Randy Blackwell Janie Blevins. Joe Bobo, Bruce Bohall, Bob Bolt, Sherry Boone. 1 Brenda Born, Steve Boston, Alvin il Bouye 1' Vernon Bowman, Carol Boyce, Don- ald Boyd, Joyce Boyd. Jeffrey Boze, l Kathy Bradshaw. Scott Brewster, Sli-ve Bridgewater Carolyn Bricker, James Brolin, Elea- nor Bruce, Frank Brown, Karan Brown, Robert L. Brown, Debbie Browne, Margaret Browning Debby Bryant, Janice Buckley, Rus- sell Bultman, Steven Burris, Annette Burton, Nancy Bush. Cindy Butler, Starr Butler ' JUNIORS Tommy Buttram, Carmen Cacia, Patricia Caldwell, Linda Carder, Mirron Carlton, Michael Caron, Robert Cashman, Carol Castettcr ,Io Chafee, Michael Chambers, An- nelle Chamness, Ruth Chastain, Robert Clark, James Cline, Gerry Cline, Michael Clouse Ben Coffey, Barbara Cole, Hill Col- lier, William Collins, Karen Combs, Dennis Cook, Madeline Cook, Susie Cooks Cindy Cooney, Mike Cooper, Regina Couden, Fred Counts, Bob Cowger, Linda Cowger, Vickie Coyle, Barbara Cox David Craig, Linda Craig, Cindy Cranlill, Myrna Critchlow, Thomas Croke, Michael Crooke, Linda Curtis, Ginger Dalton Georgia Davis, Glenn Davis, John Davis, Marsha Davis, ,lackie Davy, Mary Day, Ronnie Day, Sandy Deatrich Debbie Dellurger, Debbi Dr-Hays, Diane DeHays, David DeMunbrun, Linda Dering, Gary Dickliaus, Bar- bara Dickerson, Martha Dille Mark Dilley, Debby Disbennett, Linda Dix, Sheryl Dixon, Tyrone Dixson, Tom Donegan, Ronald Dono- hoe, Ailyne Donselaar Dick Doran, Bob Doss, Steven Doug- las, James Doyle, Terry Doyle, Mike Drinkut, Don Dull, l,inrla Dukes Linda Durell, Daryl Durham, Martha Dye, Patricia Dyer, Pam Early, ,lim Easier, Kathy Eaton, Sherry Eaton Elsie Eccleston, Dorothy Eckel, Denny Edmonds, Carol Edmundson, Sheila Edwards, Candy Elliott, Stephen Elliott, Mary Ellison '51 hai 1' ' sm ,. 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Cyndi Frisbie, Marsha Fuhs, ,Indie Fulton Elaine Marie Furnish, John Gaier, Gregory Gaizat, Cathy Garrett, Marily Garey, Toni Garo, Alvin Garsnett, Shirley Gatliff ,lohn Gatwood, Nancy Gaubatz, Elaine Gibbs, Bruce Giegerich, Cynthia Gillespie, Bob Cirdler, Terry Goins, ,lim Goller David Good, Ruthann Goodman, Becky Gootee, Jay Gordon, John Grable, Dennis Graham, Mike Gra- lia, Rob Grant James Grider, Tess Grigsby, ,lo Griswold, Gaylen Grube, Dianne Guidone, Glenn Gunnell, Steve Habig, Dee Halflich JUNIOR Joi' . . . Junior Bill Hulse examines his new class ring. Claudia Hair. Pat Hall, William Hallman, 'Linda Hamilton. .lohn Hampton Roger Hankins, Robert Harlan, Myra Harling, Jan Hartfelter, Pamela Hartman Richard Hatfield, David Hay, David Heady. Janet Heath. ,lim Hedges JUNIURS Jennifer Hr-itz, Portia Heller, Laura Helms, Linda Hilton, Cathy Hon- dcrson, Cynthia H1-mlrixsun. Lloyd Hcnry, Judy Kay He-n-lr-y Paul Herman, Lucy llt'l4IlllHll. Cunnin- Hcrrin, Vikki Highy, Suzy Higgvn- bollurll, llaxid Hill, Slvw' llill, ,Xlvn Hinds Russ Hinvwlm-y. Marxin Hilvlu-uck, Julic' Huhhs, Sandra ll0lJSOI1, Warn-n Hobson, Linda Hum-lrgesallg. .lim Holliday, ,luv Hnllirrgnvmtli Lou Ann Hullingswurtll. Claudia Holly, Susan Hulste-in. Mary .lc-an Homann, Ruth Horn. Cwvn Howcll. Marilyn Huwr-ll, Dick Howm-nstm-in John Huwrefy, Daw- Huff. Nannvllm- Huffer, Juan Hughf-y. Bill Hulw. Dave Huitnvr. ll:-nnis Huron. Name-y Hurst Linda Hulsvll, Charle-s Huxlvy. Stur- Inwl, Mike lannusvh, Mary lansvn. Steve Jarrvlt. Bill ,le-nsen, Chris Jullrrsurl Greg Julrnson, Richard ,I0llIlSllIl. ,lim Jones, lXIil'lllll'l ,lum-S. Paul .lUllf'S, ,lanlcs Julian. Melinda Junv, ,luhn Kaiser Janet Kalp, Cyndi Kantnee. Nladalyn Kell. Torn Km-ndall, Tim K4-nncdy. J. Daniel Ke-ppm-l, llclurvs Ke-nt. Charlie K1-y Carol Kindlvy, Audrey King, Stup- llen Kirk, Karen Kissel, Caudanm- Kitcoff. Jane Klein. Crm-tm-lwn Klippi-l. 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Betty Merkley, Kath- ey Merriman, Mark Metcalf, James Mesalam, Janet Messersmith, Cheryl Meyer, Vince Migliano Mary Mihay, Carl Miller, Donna Miller, Jerry Miller, Kathleen Miller, Myron Miller. Paul Miller. Phyllis Miller Russell Miller, Dan Milliser, Marsha Mills, John Minton, Melanie Mock, .lorita Moll, Carolyn Monday, Don Moneyhan Allen Montgomery, Michael Mont- gomery, Dennis Moore, George Moore, James Moore, Suzie Moore, Pam Morrison, Trudy Morgan J UN1oP.s Donna Morton, Linda Moss, Mark Murphy, Lawrence Muterspaugh, James Neal, Sandy Neal, Cindy Neeley, Bessie Nichols june Noble, William O'Donnell, Patrick O'Keefe, .lim Oldham, Karin Oler, Mario Oliva, Karen O'Neill, Ralph O'Rear Bruce Osborn, Paula Owens, Stan Palma, Karin Palmer, Vicki Paris, Kathy Parker, Kathy Parnell, Donna Parrish Phil Partenheimer, Sandy Patrick, Mary Pavey, .lames Payne, Roy Peace, Beverly Pearson, Linda Pence, Steve Percilield Burton Perdue, Judy Perfetto, Ro- bert Perkins, James Peters, Ste- phanie Pettet, Marcia Phelps, Gloria Phillips, Kathy Phillips Ric Phillips, JoAnne Piccione, Susie Piepenbrok, Mary Pierce, Patrick Pierce, Cheryl Pike, Henrietta Pirtle, Rebecca Pittman ,Ian Pollock, Max Pollitt, Richard Poole, .ludy Porter, Marjorie Porter, Bill Potter, Vicki Potter, ,Iohn Potts Charles Poulter, Pamela Powell, Carol Powers, Sue Prather, Brenda Praul, Dan Preston, Curtis Pribble, Tim Price ,lattice Prolitt, Julie Pyle, Janet Quakenbush, Steve Qualkinbush, Cheryl Radford, .loy Ragsdale, Linda Raining, Niles Ramsey Barbara Ratts, Bonnie Raymond, Carol Rebennack, Bradford Reed, Connie Reeve, Steve Reinhardt, Dennis Ren, Barbara Reneau John Rice, Mike Richart, Carol Rigsbee, Steve Ritchie, Vance Rob- bins, Russ Roberts, Dave Robinson, Debbie Rockhill 4 14 f, SV , , .- 5 'uf , ,Q W M Q K f f ' 42 N 3 , f 1 X ek, 57 W if , M fir ,dw 1 f E, i n X 'f f .ff "' if if M X f Q N is X I I In 21 .atsiyjs ' 39 24 if 21 V 1 ,W , I A , P A - 3 7 ', "6 -av :I ' E , as , 1 ? t ' VH , 1 W X fr X ,, is -rr . ,.,. 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Patty Rutan U Bill Saillant. Suzann Samuels. Angie Samuelson. lleeky Sanders. Brenda Sauls. Leslie Saure. Steve Sealf. Val St-arpinn Priscilla Sehluge. Debbie Schmidt. .lay Schneider. Jackie Schull. Dave Scott. Kenneth Scott. Bali Scott. ,lmly 5t'ilf' l.inela Selzer. Diana Sextun. Robert Shaffer. De Sharp. Sarah Shirley. Cary Shimer. .lutly Shnbe. Debbie Shure llarianne Sikes, Donald Simmons, l'atri4'ia Sinnnuns. Don Sink. Carol Sites. George Skelton. John Skinner, Kenneth Slagle Shirley Slate, Chuek Shine, Cindy Smith. Donna Smith. Greg Smith. lark X. Smith. Norma Smith. Tim Slllnml Hubert Spantnn, David Lee Sparks, Tin-resa Spun. Debby Spradding. Hub Spreen, Mark Stainbrook, Yeh-na Staletmieh. Mike Stapp ,Xnnette Steathnan. Nancy Stephens, Patricia Stephenson. Gail Steward, Laura Stilwell. Clenda Stunt. Johnny Str:-low. lrene Strung Ed Strait. .lerry Stueker. lngxar Sueberkrnp. Huh Summers. Nancy Surfaee. Larry Swann. Carol Sykes. .lim Szalay Carol 'llLll'lt'l'. Cary Taylor. Nancy Taylor. Paul Taylor. Steven Taylnr. Terry Taylor. Tlimnas Taylor. Kenny 'lihaxtnn Mit-hat-l Tliayer. Donna 'l'hnnipson. Stew Thompson. Tim Tlioinpson, lin-tty Thornburg. Kathy 'l'lnn'nbl11'gl1. Lana 'l'hrasher. .lanis Tilsun JUNIORS Donna Tonilinson, Charles Tooley, Marvin Trattner, Vic Trattner, Ro- bert Trimble, Pamela Truax, lNIar1'in Tuttle, Margaret Twigg: Brenda llligard, ,lt-il Vannrsdall, Michael Val1Cleave, Bonnie Van- Kavelaar, ,lim Vanover. Charles Vawter, Mike Wade, ,lo.'Xnne Wag- goner Harlie WVLlllil'l'. Linda Xvallxer, Loretta Walker, Kay Walsh, Nancy Wampler. Sheila Wamsley, Vivian Yvntson, Kenneth Weber Skylet' Wvehsler. Greg Wt-il. .lollll Weishar, Shari Welch, Debby Wells, Laura Wells, Susie Wente. Linda West Mike West, Brenda Westbrook, ,Iac- quelyn Westbrook, YVilliam Wheeler, Debbie Whisler, David White, Cary Whitlow, Debby Whittier Carrollc Wicker, Paula Wielxers, Michael Wilkes, Eddy Williams, Ivan Williams, Laura Williams, Sandy Williams, Timothy Williams Michael Wfillis, .ludith Wills, Bob Winder, Dana Winn, Leslie Ann Winslow, Linda Wilson, Peggy Wil- son, Rita Wilson Nelson Wisllart, Tiresa Wise, Chris Wodtke, ,ludy Wolgamot, Russell Wood, Sheila Woods, Dave Worsham, Pam Wootan Kaye Wright, Rodney Vlfright, Pam Wuotila, Phyllis Yost Cl-ll-:ERI . . . Junior Sandy Neal, varsity cheerleader, leads yells. Jim Youngman, Mike Young, 'lim- othy Young, Oliver Zagnasty Sarette Zawadsky, Phyllis Zimmerle, Barbara Zimmerman, Steve Zooli 5 ' lm it Z VV ., -4 . ,Q X A15 'V .""f'. X , X 5 X9-f W f ss, , y as,-Q Y. Q " X 1,7 ,wx 5 QW' y, ,- 'Q .KX Q X V M V Q '52 W 'X S w fn- F. 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' Q X ,ts M 1 We 5 if ' X ,tt M' I i 9 v 1 , SoPHoMoREs Patricia Aaron, Diana Adams, Steve Adams, Brenda Akers, Edmond Al- bright, Tom Aldridge, Dawn Allen, John Allen Doretta Anders, Beth Anderson, Steve Anderson, Ray Andexler, Dave Andrick, ,lanice Ansley, Steve Apple, Lynda Archer Betty Arthur, Patricia Ann Asher, Diana Ault, Terry Babbitt, John Bagan, Ray Bailey, David Ball, Nancy Barker Connie Barnes, Shirley Barnes, ,lim Barnett, Carole Barron, Stephanie Bates, Bill Baugh, Douglass Baxter, Marlin Bays Thomas Beall, Debra Beetem, Pete Bekiares, Douglas Benge, Glenn Bengert, ,less Bennett, William Ben- nett. Marilyn F. Benton .lean Bernikowicz. Cathy Biddinger, Steve Bigelow, Debbie Billerman, Bruce Black, Lynda Blackwell, Brian Boggs. Rudy Bole Robert Boles, Dave Bonney, Jean Booi, Alan Borden, ,lill Bourne, Mark Bovard. Karen Boyce. Mike Boyd Diane Bradley, Vicky Bradshaw, Cindy Brandt, Joyce Bratcher, Patty Brill, Randy Britton, Sharron Broc- key, Carol Brooks Sl'Ilt1'1' . . . Pep band members .lim Vance and Carl Carr set the beat. Sondra Brooks, Frank Brown, Kerry Brown. Mike -Brown Roger Brown, Nancy Bruck, Doug Brumlicld, Sue Bruton Rita Buckallew, Linda Bucy, Bob Bumgarner, Sunny Burgess SOPHOMORES john Burrows. Arthur Burrus, Steve Burton. Nancy Bush, Karen Byers, Ronald Caldwell. Ceorgina Camden. Dcloris Cameron Terry Cameron. Cary Campbell, Dave Caplan. Hope Carcnder. ,lamea Carr. ,lan Carter. Linda Carter. Pamela Carter Theresa Cartwright. Verna Castle, Virginia Cates, Debbie Cause-y. Bob Chapman. Ken Chatterton, Lillian Chavcs. Mike Cheatham Patricia Cherpas. James Cherry. Paula Childs. Cynthia Childress. .lean Cicenas. Darlene Cissna. David Clark. Melinda Clark Bill Clemenz. .lane Clift. Darrel Clodfelter. Cheryl Clore. Patricia Cobb. .lim Coffey, John Colbert. David Cole Patricia Cole. Bob Coleman. Jode- anne Collins. Nancy Collins. Mark Conreaux. Cathy Conwell. Marti Cook. Glenda Cooper Mark Cooper, William Copeland. Kay Corbin, Mike Coyle. ,lolm Cot- ton, Mike Craeraft, Dick Craig. Barry Cranhll Neilene Crouae. Teresa Cummins. .lohn Cunningham. Rick Cunning- ham. Ronnie Cunningham, Susie Curl. Debby Curtis. Vivian Curtis Ruth Daines, .Iohn Dame. Donna Daniluck. Kerry Darrenkamp. Dor- othy Davidson. Hal Davis. Linda Davis. Cassandra Day Debbie Day. Ronnie Day. Thomas Dean, Robert Deardorff, Jackie Del- clef, Dawn DeLisle. William De- maree. Stephen Ds-Mougin Sandra Denman, Becky Depositar. Philip DeRolf, James DeWitte. Deb- bie Dickison. Tom Dobbins. Cerard Donselaar. Kathy Dover uf 1 1 . fl wi' .ia ' 3 e is in fav ....lN' ' I , ' In 1 ,Q C4 fi V ! is at , .1 Eb., X ,113 X, , 5 f,'Y . " f W f ibaaf ' , f '-'V X V. , A 6 ' , .54-i n N ' . --,: an ., "4" fmt x W W W, . ' . 4- Q .1 ' 14 , , Z xl l " .di S N -dr 1 5 f ., K- ,Z X f ee Q Xe! is as , aw . 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We 1 ,xxx 4 Zi Lf Q, . f lx :,, , ,+47f,,. . t , 'ft . 0 if ,., WZ? .,, -'J' ,. f me , . ik W ,I N. J x il if 2 fi? 2 "" It , W' K ima .. rv 4 , ,Ja , , -W." i is -fy VV,.1:, . '75 i , S5 if "" Q 'Q fa X A ie 4 wav . l .4 A 1 ,e , .M lf? A 6 5. X Y S J? 'X fa... M " ,f if g . . . Q 1 A ' n 'I - - .7 a t E , x 33,45 .I -. i s g X A X... I X Bb, x. Q1 Vi: S A ., E 1 ,-f e, I 'I I l... 1'. '11 7 v. H Q33 z. Q' ' L ' .ia- .. is ' K -"F, my y i X ' ,M SOPHOMORES Stexe Dwwden. .lerry Dreyer. Joyce Drury, .lolm Dugan. Kenny Duggins. Kevin Dukes. Bob Duncan. Margaret Dunn U llyron Hasan. Ronnie Eaton. Steve Edging. Ruby Edwards. Alfred Ellrenwald. Allan Eller. Glenn Emery. Diana English .loNell English. Sandra lipply, Gregg Ernest. Morris Erwin. Brenda Eslmam. Dan Este-lr. Wanda Eulianks. Doug EYl'l'lllLlIl Cindy Fanelier. Sandra l"aulkner, Dun Faux. .lan Ferguson. Paula sler, Dianna Fifer. Nlieliael Fisher, Yieki Fiflier .lim Fleming. Dun Flieli. Karen Flullarty. Sherrill Fnddrill. Randy Furcl. Scott Fortl. Toni Ford. .leflrey Alan Furding Tina l'ltll't,'lllLlI1. Marta Fnrreft. Daxe Ftlilllgllf. Fred Foster. .lady Fox. Susie Franeis, Paul Free-lierg. Becky F re i j e Linda lfriend. Evan Fulxner, James Fultz, Delilrie Funke, Vieky Cam- nmn. Yalerie Gants. Esther Car- mendia. Linda Castineau Susan Uatttm. Hubert Geddes, Debby Heier. .lane Gentry. Linda Gillespie, ,ltnlin Glllllvf. Harold Ginn. Malena Cmlliy Kerry Goetz. Hager Goodman. Dnuge las Gtmtee. Cary Currell. Bob Crab- liani. Karen Cray, Stuart Greenwood, Linda Crider l.ieurt-na Critlin. Linda llrillin. Slierry Griffin. Dutty Criflitli. Susi Crisell. .lay Crow. Elmer Cuinn. .lill Cuthrit- Caroly n Haag. Loren Habeney. Donna Hafner. Fred Hagemier. Julia Hagen, Bolt llaleumli. Mike Hale. Noel Hall l l ii I I 1 I I i I l i 1 i l i l 1 P i i l l I l l l 2 I I I 1 1 . I I I i l i u SOPHOMORES Peggy Hall, William Hall, Holm Ham- ilton, Pete Halas, Dennis L4-42 Hamm GOING Ut' . . . liar-kstage hand Larry Sullivan raises the 1-urtain. Susie Hammond, Glenda Hans:-n. Chris Harlan, Dah- Harriman, Dehlmim' Harrison Thereaa Hartley, Joanne Hartmann, Virginia Harts, llill Hartwig, Carl Harvey Kathy Hausafub, Rita Hawkins, Kenneth He-ady. Sandy Hearld. Sherri Hearn, Sue- Het-kman. .lane Heimroth, liarhara Hvitz Christine Ht-ld, William Henley, Donald Herroll, Cary Hess, Elmer Hesse, Holm He-vron, ll:-tty Hs-y, Debbie Hieka Linda Hill, Hora Hill, lion Hilton, Richard Hindman, Dehhie Hines, Linda Hines, Steven Hovkman. Yvonne' Holloway Vicki Hot,-ligz-sang. Mark Hogue, Charles Hood, Michael R. Hood, Phil Hopper, David Horton, Str-ve Hostether. Karen Horarter Mike Howard, Vivky Howe, Larry Howery, Howard Hulmler, Connii- Hughes, Kristi Hull. Dennis Hurst, Jayne Ikawa Barbara Irwin, Richard lsenliowc-r. Bruce Jackson, Thomas Jackson, JoAnn Jaeohs, Lynn Jansen, Larry Jaquess, Marla Jarehow Allen Jenkins, Arlene Jensen, liar- lena Jewell, Holi Johnson, Gloria Jean Johnson, Jean Johnson. Karen Johnson. Rohm-eva Lyn Johnson Susan Johnson, Susan H. Johnson, Tom Johnson, Catherine Jones, Corene Jones, Jamie Sue Jones, Jolm Jones, Marc Jones 2'-f'?2g,,' Y 3, 'Keel I 1 1575- ,ai , A .lf 1 , . 5 24' f of 0, fp ' 1 'Q - ff' -if 'f f, 1 ' 'Kg AY, fv. , 'a L G fa 1, X ,ix 3 , 4 ? J N ' x J V. 2' 1 " - , -A' I ,Y y 1 X in 431 4 A ..,. X , K 'fig bm? P .A., , 5, at cz x y X fy ., , ' A S , Zrhi,-,vi f, A Y ,I ff XZ X4 Y I, Q 4 f ' ff ,a a t A ' .N in . t , lj.,-V , yt ,L -uv 6 ig ' Q X 3 1 .. f K ,X D wg, f V 6, 1 - K4 Y M It i . V A ll AX NA , V 3 4 ,V .3 A 5 C4 , 1 J X -,fm ,. I K ' Ki, t 'J it Sv S , H'- , - ---- F 1. . 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Elaine Lambert, Danial Lang Owen Langan, Mitchell Lanning, ,Iohn Lappas, Dan Larrabee, Donald Larrahee, Alex Laskaris, Alan Law, Elizabeth Lawler Fred Lawrence, Barbara Lee, David Lee, Jerry Lee. Lonnie Lee. Rozana Lee, Sandra Lee. Hope Levitt ,lenny Light, ,ludy Likens, Bill Lim- baugh, Marilynn Lines, David Lin- naman. Bruce Little, Frankie Little. .loyce Livengood Ken Lloyd, Linda Lockridge, Al Logan, Karen Loman, Linda Long, .lan Lostutter, .lcfl Lough, Larry Loveall Tony Lowry, Joyce Lynch, Scott Nahmias, Elania Nanopoulos, David Neal, Susan Neff, Steve Neidlinger, john Neil SOPHOMORES ,Ianelle Ncshit, Robbie Nestler. Shelley Nethery, Tom Newby, Bonnie Newman, ,loc Nichols, Larry Nichols, Debbie Nickerson Charles Niles, Nancy Niss, Dave Nixon, Melanie Noble, Barbara Norris, Carolyn Nostrand, Dave MacAleese, Becky MacDonald Cameron MacDonald, Cary Mac- Pherson, Larry Malless, Lonnie Man- ning, Tom Manning, Nancy Mark- land, Gloria Marsh, Cathy Marshall Carol Martin, Sharon Martin, James Martyniak, Steve Martz, Linda Ma- son, Diane Massel, Nancy Massena, Larry Mayes Curt Mayfield, Tommy Mayhood. Susan Meadows, Julia Mears, Ted Meek, Susan Meranda, Mary ,lane Mercier, Ronnie Merrill Kirk Miller, Linda Miller, Debbie Mills, Beth Mitchell, Steve Mitchell. Jackie Moll, Becky Montgomery, Randell Montgomery Carolyn Ruth Mooney, David Moore, Sandy Moore, Tom K. Moore, Wil- liam Moore, LaDonna Morelock, ,lim Morgan, Christine Morris Helen Morris, Randy Morrow, Frank Mosier, Cynthia Mountjoy, David L. Mounts, Nancy Moyer. Diane Mul- len. Larry Murphy Lora Murphy, Jack Murray, Rita Murray. Callie Muse. 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Jim Over- niyer, Rita Overton, David Painter, Paul Parham Cary Parker, Mary Parker, Pam Parkhurst, Donald Parrish, Debbie Patterson, Patricia Patterson, Carol Patton, Dennis Percifield Jim Perkins, Dave Perkinson, Carol Persons, Vicki Peterson, Dave Phil- lips, Jerilyn Phillips. Karen Phillips. Marion Phillips Nathan Phillips, Paul Phillips, Ron- ald Pierce, Jackie Pike, Brant Ping, Larry Pond, George Portilla. Rick Potter Lucinda Potts, Jim Price, Jonathan Price, Robert Pruitt, John Puller, Bruce Pulliam. Linda Rahm, Mike Ramage Debbie Rauch, Mike Ray, Kathy Raymont, Tom Rea, Cary Reed, Richard Reidy, Jeff Reiter, Diane Reutter Beth Reynolds, Mary Lou Reynolds, Lance Rhodes, Steven Rice, Dan Richey, Denise Richey, Thomas Ridgway, Jack Ridpath Kathy Riedling, Steve Rigsbee, Judith Risser, Charlotte Roberts, Diana Roberts, Karen Roberts, Mich- acl Roberts. Teri Rogers Larry Rollins, Jan Rose, Terry Roth, Paul Routh. Dave Rumrill, Kathy Rush, Charlotte Russell, John Rus- sell Steve Russell, Terry Russell, Marian Salford, Dian Sage, Laura Saillant, Barry Sawyer, Bill Schofield, Mich- ael Schoonmaker SOPHOMORES Billy Scott, Bonnie Scott, Steve Scott, Sharyn Seamon, ,lim Sears, Michelle Sedlak, Gerhard Sn-ibn-rt, Marilyn Sexton Carroll Shadday, T. E. Shank, Kathy Sheehan, Sharon Shelley, Cay Shephard, Martie Short, Samuel Shorter, Susan Shumway Jerrilyn Sibley, Ceeilia Siekert. Julie Siler, Fred Simmons, Sharon Sims, Douglas Singleton, Tom Small. Al Smith Eric Smith, Rob Smith, Sue Anna Smith, Terry Smith, Kathy Smothers, Susan Snyder, Riehard Solomon, Maggie Sonley Tom Southgate, Glenda Sparks. Sharon Sparks BACKINC Tiioss KNIGHTS . . . Three hundred eheerbloek members assem- ble at home basketball games. Dan Springs-l, Lonnette Sprinser, Gary Stafford Hal Stallings, Pat Stansburg. Sandy Steele Lola Steinhoif, Teresa Stepro, Heath- er Stewart, Cindi Stone, Teresa Strauss, Dave Strother, Pam Strouse, Carol Stuckey Patty Stuebe, Ron Sule, Steve Sum- merlot, Larry Sutherlin, Barbara Sutton, Sandra Sutton. Ria-k Swen- son, Diane Tabachik Kay Tabb, Tani Talbot, Bill Talbott, Larry Talkington, Lynn Tatum, Mark Taylor, Steve Taylor, Dean Teater Scott Tegarden, Larry Tenney, Mari- lyn Temple, Tony Theyssen, ,Iami Thixton, David Thompson, Jarnes Thompson, Karen Thompson N a J 121 My ' rf fa A ,Ev f! 4 ! f-. ' ., N Ti sis X, YI ff il A ,, uqqu Aw H 'K 5' 'lli I fygfj gage 4,Qi5 , o , t if Q v L is , Z . f x r ' . 3 . 1 s . 17, f - , 5 5-A - ' , . , - - "t ty "'1" -1' f ' . is a.. , W f' - vw ' ' ' , I . ry, ,- ,,. ., . 1 ' K . , C A md I A, I I ' , l , Al " , M s A I 1 4 I K' 4.-Q . :ff '. '-,V , ,A 5, ... wif ,eigas 4 ' pa, . A Y VV - ,Z 1 O , 1 ja, I S, 0 I iz f' f 'fi Alf .- Af ', 1 ' ,.,, ff l 2 f ,,,, , ' 3 1, 1 l 1 .Y lx f Q. 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Debbie Van Duren. Mark Xaughan. Larry VonBerg, Lawrence Walker, Palsy Wallis. iiinda Yvalls. Rick Walls Karen Walton, Mary Ward, Linda Washburn. Sandra Watjen, Charles Wiatkins, Cliffonda Watson. David Weaver. Douglas Weaver Daniel Webb. Mike Webb. Bob Web- er. Robert C. Weber, Margo Wede- kind, John Weinhardt. Rick Weisheit. Creg: Wlest Donna Westbrook. Deborah Wheeler. ,lim Wheeler. Mike Vifhitaker. Donna White. Kay White. Penny' Whitt-. Stew Wllitf' Xlyriam Whittle. Mike Wicker. Lor- raine Wickers. Cindy Williams, ,lanet W'illiams. ,lim Williams. ,lohn Williams. Joanne Williams Karen Williams, Laura Williams, Melody Williams. Paul Williams. Ric Williams. Theresa Wiliford. Douglas Wilson. George Wilson ,loan Wilson. .lohn Wilson. Pam Wilson. Sondra Wilson. Stexe Wilson. Janis Wing. Kathy Wingate. Ruse-lla Willing:-r Robert Wire. Kim Witsman. Kathy Wood. Kirk Wood. Craig Woodworth. Patty Wuotila. Fred Wyant. Virginia Yee Corliss Yoder. Dorothy Young, Her- man Young. Jeffery Zaring, Paul Zeis. Dick Zimmerman. Linda Zinn. Michael Zorniger FRESHMEN Debra Adkins, Cary Ague, Ann Allegree, David Allgood, Joe Allin, Roberta Allison, Kent Anderson, Peggy Andrews Stephanie Anwciler, Greg Arnibrusta cr, Yvonne Ashhrookc, Nancy Atkin- son, Rhona Atlas, james Austin, Donna Bailey, ,leffry Bailey Mike Baker, Stanley Baker, Steve Baker, Fred Bales, Barbara Bandy, Mark Banks, Virginia Bargahiser, Richard Barnard Steve Barr. .lose Barrera, Norma Barrera, Sherry Barrett, Beverly Batchellor, Sharon Batdorf, Michacl Bates. Karen Bauerle Debbi Bayne, JoAnn Bays, ,lim Beall, Richard Beavers, ,ludy Bechtel, Dc- borah Becker, Phillip Beckwith, .lanice Behrmann .lohn Belcher. Candy Belden, DeAnn Bell, Sandy Bellew, Richard Bengc, Andrew Benoit, John Benton, John Berry Mike Bigelow, Sheryl Bigelow, Cyn- thia Bill, Michael Birchfield, Susan Bischoff, Ann Bishop, Beth Bivens, Stephen Black Brenda Blackwell, Linda Blake, Robert Blankenship, Donald Blue, Nancy Boles, Marc Boucher, Mike Boucher, James Boughton Linda Bourne, Guy Bowen, Sonja Bowsher, Larry Boyd, David Bradley, Dayle Bradley, Sheila Brandenburg, Paulette Brandt ,lane Branham, Donald Brctzlall, Mike Brewer, Steve Bridges, Michael Bridgewater, Steve Bridgins, JAUS-11121 Brikmanis, Jeff Brolin Vicki Brothers, Amy Brown, Deborah Brown, James Brown, Penny Brown, Sally Brown, Teena Brumley, Jo- Anne Bryan fa, ,uf 5 , xx h I A M -I .V W -:Mg 5 ,W r'i , t :V . " 4 +L is ' . 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Jan Cradick. Rosel- len Crail Robert Crawford, Vickie Crawford. Eugenie Crawley. Susan Crawley. Donna Cripe, David Crouch. Byron Crump. Jim Culhan David Culp. Stephanie Cummings. Michael Cuticchia, Clifford Dahlen. Rebecca Dahlman, Dwight Daniel, Brad Davis. Dave Davis Kathy Davis. Michael Davis. Cath- erine Davison, Cynthia Davidson, Deborah Davidson. Brinda Davy. Duane Dawson. Debbie Day Robert Day. Deborah Deason. Pattie DeBurger. Chris DeCaro, Patricia Decker, Lee Denham. Linda Denham, Pat Denman FRESHMEN llulns Dt-nnis, Kathy' IJ1-wult. Mary' l,u11 Dvlvittv, Cwylqgt' Dit'lQe'1'sf111. Cvraltliilc Dix, Sltjllllllllt' llmltl. NlLll'SllLl Dillon. mlilflil lln111i11g111-z Putty' D11111-ga11, Tuniu Um- ljtlfllll. Sillldfil Dutts, Betsy Diuguu. .lill Dl'l'Xlt'l', Peggy Duvlus. DlPllfllllN DUIICLID. Dunna ,Iunv Dunn K1-nny' Dunn, Humnlcl D11x1111. ,lilllt'l Dye-, Sllilfflll Dye-11 Hitu Etlwurtls. Rtmald Edwurtls. .le-nny Eine-1111111, llthllllil Eldriclgv R1-l11'1'1'a1 El111111'1-, Kristinv EIlll1Lll'll. Rif'l1ard En1ery, Terry' E1111-ry, Duvv Endicott, Sheryl Emlit-utt. Kenneth Ente-p. Mary' :Xnn Em-p Tl'l'l'5Ll Eutluly. .luniv Evmif, Vicky Evans, N111'111un Evv1'c'tt, Brian Ever- 1111111. Rlt'llLll'd F1-lta-11. l'41t1'i1'i11 Ft'I1- Flu-. CllLll'lt'l1t' F1-1311-1' Kllllly l"v1'g11s011, Luif l'lt'I'llLlIlllt'Z, .lm- l"ia111u, 5l1'pl1v11 Ficltls. ,l1'1'1'y' Fifvr. Lynda FillIlt'y., Nlivlnlvl l'li1'tl1, Bill'- l1u1'a1 Fisl1v1' fitblllllt' Fisln-1'. Hun Fisln-r. rrt'l'l'y' lfialn-1'. ,lunct Fislvr. H1-lvn Flynn. Ann Fulk-S, .lim F1111-y. Carla Fultz Cami F111-lws. Denim- Foul, Diana Ford. Bill Fox. Kim Ffilllli, Smtt F1'i1Zlt'l'. Cathy' F11-v1111111. Vivliy' l'll'PI1Ch .lun F111111111, Runnin- Fryv, TlllilllLlS Fullun. S111-llt-y' Fu11kl11111s1-1'. ll111'l1111'11 Culvlwrt. Ua1'l1111'11 lilllllt'4. H1-nry' iulllllllbll. llLllllt'l fvllfllllltl Linda Caro, Kevin C21l'l'lStbll. 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V . .. 2 3" W ,' ,ay e 2 46 aff ,-., 1? i 4 X I , , . w.1w,,.f, A gf ff w M L H94 ,, f 5 New 9 . ...- f ig K W 1 Q. X ,ya w e L -sv' K f 4 f 1 7: I .Ja x W J it J? , .f A Q - ff W - 3 ' .:1.:2 -' ,fi 5 ,N -v 'Q f ik s A,,,,.4,,, . ,411 it mg ,, . 6 'Q s 1 1 Q9 wi N ,, N I Z . 1 f fx , ?2 .s a , . , ,, . A ' sb H- I , , , 4' X s A ,fx Q ,fan X " ,V 11 f . . .A , X .W 1 5, , ..,4 , J :L A - I9 : .,., JW. 'ii wg, N.. f v f , 1 V: . , , QW- F ,cr ti . ,gy -V fs- - ' , gy f 1 X s.:3f ' F E! , Q ., X Qi X X2 . Y .. I li, rv Q , , , ,lf ' 4 f t ,. .. 'S " ,,., H w , . . A A, ., , . ,. , , X , 6 ,,,, I 1 V4 , A ., X QM Q Si Lg , . , y I 4 E K 1 fra, X is .ss 'W c . fa, 1 we 'X 1.45 A I X-f iw If 3 . 2 5 . M 7-V .- x ,Q , . W Y Z . 4- Q fl? 5. ,-sz , H0 f et ii' R ,. E mx X I X X' N X f- - -in x 4' FRESHMEN Patricia Gray, Richard Gregory, Debbie Green, Debbie Greer, James Gridcr. Brenda Griffin, William Griflith, Steve Grubb lr Arthur Grube, Lia Guldner, Larry Gurchiek, Melanie Hack, Randy Haines. Linda Hair. Margaret Hair, Patricia Hall Becky Halliburton. Joe Hamblin, Nancy Hamilton, Shirley Rae Ham- lin, Billie Hammond, Brenda Ham- mond. Mark Hammond, Goldie Hanes Sheri Hanes, Carol Haney, Carl Han- sen, Michael Hardison, Lynn Har- kins, Edward Harlan, Jeff Harlow, Doug Harmas Jacqueline Harner, Roberta Harsh, Barbara Hartley, Patty Hartley, Robert Hartley, Jon Harts, Nancy Hatfield. Sandra Hawes David Hawk, Mary Hawkins, Jan Hawkersmith, Michael Henderson, Herbert Henry. LoDella Henry, Mark Hensel, Loretta Henson William Henson, Michael Henthorn, Annie Hess, Mike Hewitt, Carol Hey, Tim Hicks, Kristy Higby, Lucinda Hill Steve Higgs, Steve Hill, Peggy Hil- ton, Eva Kay Hinds, William Hixon, John Hobson, Mike Hobson, Karen Hochevar Mark Hoecker, Garry Hoffman, Ann Hoggatt, Carolyn Holder, Carl Hol- lingersworth, Jolene Holly, Ron Holmes, Susan Horine Carol Hornbeck, John Horoek, Allan Howard, Frederick Howard, David Howell, Larry Howell, Becky Hud- dleston, David Huffman Gene Hugar, Marianne Hughes, Larry Hughey, Kathy Holett, Heather Hull, Pamela Hungerford, Danny Hutcherson, Susan Huttner FRESHMEN William Hynes, Dave Imel, Cary Irwin, Phil Irwin, Mike Isenhower, Kathryn Israel, Dan Jackson, Judy Jannusch Janet Lynn Jarrett, Elaine Jarvis, Robert Jassnlann, Karen Jeffries, Suzan Jenkins. Linda Jensen, Susie Jensen, Karen Jessup Willitlrii Jay, Elizabeth Johns, Alice Johnson, Dennis Johnson,John John- son, Richard Johnson, Sandra John- son, Susan Johnson Bill Jones, David Jones, Faith Jones, Valerie Jean Jones, Nellie Jones, Kathy Jordan, Sharon Junker, Terri Lea Justus Larry Kaeser, Sherry Kantor, Don Kelle, Charles Kelley. Connie Kelley, Charles Kelly, Alan Kennedy, Rus- sell E. Kennedy Pat Kenrick, Mark Keppel, Donna Kerby, Kevin Kestner, Gregory D. Kiess. Mark Kimbel, Christine King, Robert King Kathy Kinn, Mark Kinnaman, Twanda Kirby, Debbie Lynn Kirk, Peggy Kirkwood, Jack Kissel, Mar- garet Klein, Kurt Kleinhelter Barb Klier, Mark Klippel, Diana Kovack, Mike Krause, Peter Kresge, Idelle Kruss, Roger Kuhhnan, Thom- as Lafollette Debbie Lake, Carol Lanipe, Joan Lancello, Cynthia Lane SENATLJR . . . Indiana's junior sena ator, Birch Bayh, addresses a senior auditorium. .lim Lane, Jo Lather, Robert Lauth, Essie Lawrence Marilyn Lawrence, David Lawson, Kenneth Lazar, Gail Leary Q' ,Q , ,fin l A fha, 5. Y , .I 4 ' si? .1 zxff.. , v ,4 ., tl ,L ,N 'N f ,' ' . , . w , , t , L r 'W " s ' if G , , - X , 5 1, a ' .1 2- f Q"-2' W4 -6 wx ' A 'Q 1 "N ' . ig? ae? 0 I v ,amthf . C, -K I x, 1 uk .W 'T 4 ff? A A af' 1 ff X M nn' uw I? if M A , X 5 MID ,,f ,. 1 if , t ' -vu I FIV' ,. 1. 1 6' fy gg., -. if ff X HM is , 2 ef gg . I Y , asf ,M 4. , ,.,, , C Q' 12 C , . . ':". .Q 5 ' .N X . N " se ' .V e ,, ....,, J ' 1s. g,, - , gat ' , J" W j r . y C f J Zzeie ,-1 2 'f - . 'fx ,A li ' I Q is ' W.. K . ,.-.,: ' , as " W 'J' , L. , a-" f ' Q", R as Jlyly K J er at J ', .,-' 1, ,W A , , thi.,- I I at I A ' lttl I J if ' A ' "' at ' A I' 3 ' fb , J ., :i,,, ftear R - V J, Q A y 1: J, V 'wc' , X 31 . ,Z ' o K x , ' - 4, E: .'-:v-: W 15 , Q, B. V 'f x , X ...W I Sf, L P k l I ,V -f., A A Y L, . X If ' , A , I N . 4 4, L -LJ' I fs ,N 1 is 5 4 I I x , - ,gl i I I . 'Tr' I as 1 5 : jyx,,,,,N . if , 'fir f A me 1 1 . , I at 4 A I ,. In ,, . It nigga-rgsi-K-Q 54: ' ., fag: ,. ff v Q -E' Q - Qyf M A3 ' f Mil ll., ,,,. rl!! ,ff 3 ff' t 4 'sf 13 V VVV5, ,Vu 1 NV VV NV , as , .V ' Nl ' 4Q,,V V .N V 1 'Q ' .A g,,--,f c .,,. , X L lsr K K x it .v H 4 9' X' S ' 1,. M-, ,5- A 9 5 Q D W ,V 'I' .wx , 4 W.. Vg, 1 9 Q fs .0 Q E Ax 5 nw 7' ,1 9 X 4 1 5 at .5 fs 151 ' 1 f 1 W I ,QV vs- x X ' if Y V N7 is 4 " , - Q 6 0 1 j .4 ivgn 1' X - V 1 , . 1 , F V wr :S ' -JG UKM7' of I 'I' A - f X ' ii il , ' n fa- , wif, N - ' 'Zi we ' -M, -Q X , K 4 35 W 9 A i I Q V ,V M, 1 , 5 V ,J Sr ! . i Z. VJ Vr I VV fs N fl Ka ., 1 gg Q f ' .. M -' X . :S ' t XV Vf V 5 . , K , ii' 5 A A i X I A 6 .5 1.6 yn pw , V VV , x. V VV MV If VV: W. W' x Q W , ' L , -wr .. ' ,.,, . WP ai X t uf 4, f A ' SF f-L , "Y if I ' 0 - W 4, , V1 , W V V1 " , ' - fzw . J '1' ' - 'r f tw, . . ., QV ' ' ' X . " iiit f We IVVI i A V R ' - ' if ,Q fx ,jest t i - 3 'VV 1 V ' ,.., VV . V 3 V, -1 V V V 7 V Vt V Vx , QV n ,V V N xi . ,fm V A 5, ff., 7, .. V X Vi- V A K . . Q, X V I .3 b if 'V x il .. W" , 4 2 ' ., A , ,f- V5 Z 'I Iwi' sus A t i f: 'ff f f' ' " a t fa, ' F li u' 1,4 '- A-.fzw , f 'n if if 1 ef, fr.. A Tit, 0, 1- ' ' -Xi. V ji x ., z Q . V Q ::,, f 9, 'ar A ' ' af ,fi V, f l 5 A - c ta: 5 fx AV X 5 1 f, -N 1 nh. I' 'P Wifi FRESHMEN lluuglab Luc. Kathryn LCFt'llCl'.'IllbllL1 L1-Master. .lcsse Lcpper. Karen Lev- crcnz. llrucc Lcwallen. Rickey Lewis. ,Nita Lindcr D 'l'iin Lindscy. Miclaelle Lincs, Kiln Linn. Lillie Linvillc. Bev Linxwiler. Mary Linzcr. William Lipp. Rick Listun llc-l1lJicLittcn, Grctcllen Loc-l1cr.Cary Lltllliillllp, Pat Lnuden, Mary Lung. Sta-vcn Lntsliaw. Lloyd Louks. Kathy Lm'cll Craig l,mw. Laljnnna Lucas. ,lim Lunsford. Carcy Lykins, Elizabeth Lynch, .lulm Lyons. Glenda Nladisnn. llnlr llansbacli llliarlcf Ilan-un, ,ltlllll Marks. llanny Martin. Dianc Martin. Ste-pllcn Klar- lin. Ed Mason. Ricky Xlaetcnik. .Xnnc Nlatlicwf Stcxcn Nlattln-ws. Debra Klaudlin, llrcgury Maxwell, Wanda May, Cllllltj Xlayncld, Mark NlcAlistcr, lrcnc Xlcllurncy. Karen NlcCausland ,lulin Klcillain, Stcw McClure-. Kcxin Nlcllnnncll. Carol NICCU1'Dlll'l'i. Sandy Nic-Crcary. Cm-liurn Klcllanicl. Vir- ginia Xlcljanicls. .lack Nlcllrniald Ili-lmrali Klcllmwll. Tamara Mc- Edwards. ,lanics Nll'Elll21l'ly. Cathy Xlcllarland. Larry McGee, Scutt Mc- lntyrc. Marcia Mclfcc. Trudy llclfcc Randall KlcKccman. Eunice McKin- ncy. .lint lIcKinncy. :lll6'l'I'y Mc- Knight, Patricia iNIcNcely. Michacl H. Nli'lJllt'l'SUll. April NIcVcy, Kath' ry n Nlcalcy X llnlm Mt-ara, Earlcne Mears. Bonnie XI:-dlin. .lcrry Mclcher. Richard Xlcsclikc. Susan Merry. David Nlcycr. Miki' Nlcycl' John Middlcton. ,Iudy NlikmL. Slan- lcy Klikusz. Daw Milam. Mark Milam. Dcnnis Miller. Ellen Miller, Crcg Miller FRESHMEN Joyee hliller, Mark Miller, Stephen Miller, Terry Miller. Debby Mills, Denita Mills, Paula Mills, Mara Minkis Richard Minor, ,laeli Mitvhell, Emil Molin, Michael Klmirue, David lNIoody, Donnie lNloure, Mit-Inn-l Nlmrre. Neva lN'lm'nt'e Rtmald Moore, Seutt Moore, Teresa llloore, Linda Moss, 'l'im Mulller. Patti Xlulry, Stew Murphy. Susie Murphy Teresa Murphy. .lutly Muse, Laurie Hyrabu, Allen Myers, Mieliael Nahre, Erie Neal. Ernest Neal, Eugene Neal. Roy Neal, Cintly Neil, Dennis Nel- son, Kris Nelson, Mark Ntlsnn, Ru- bert Nelson, Naney Newbuuse, 51-ntl Newliirli Stexe Niet-waiigt-r. Randy Nickel. Penny Nivlinls, Diana Nixon, Barry Noble. Elaine Nucl, Larry Nolan. Nlartha Nurtlsiet-li Loretta Uakep, Cathy 0'l3rien, Ken O'Day, Patricia Ohne, Denise Old- ham. Elizabeth Olvey. Delores Parl- gett, .ludy Padgett Lennis Pall, Nancy Palmer, Twin Palmer, Hal Parker, Walter Parke. Robbie Partenheimer, ,luhn Patun. Debbie Patrick William Patterenn, Joe Paulin, Lu' eretia Payne, llveky Pearce, Steve Pearson, Kevin Pe-flley, Kathy Pen- rose. Linda Penruse .lack Pervilielcl, Bryan Perdue. Sandra Perdue, Charles Petry, Rick Pettet, Ronald Pettigrew, Mary Petty, Phyllis Petty Belinda Phelps, Debbie Phelps, Pa- tricia Plopper, Torn Potlgorski, Wil- liam Porter, Lyn Potter, Danny Potts. Leslie Power If fa :ti 9 gy' as ll 9 K if G N. , , : .. K . M, ,., Q JA - E 'C X el CX , , 1, f EB I . 'l w Auzuu il, 71 .., y ,q ,KLL Z Q ' 5 X: NN K N ,' ai 1 'Y-ff. . 9 A a,, wg, , M W. f '-' at X 'S 84. we M, . N ., f x -A 2 f f- Q' ' 'f 'MH' I9 -. 'ff N if Z '14 I 2 fy 1 'f X 4 Zi t ,Q f , f f 9' 1 4 A 'I 'ii , ,QV H, 43 . if 1' X 3, - if Q me : 'Z Y ' 1 ' 1' ' 4, V. Z 2, 1 if f Vx lx ' K4 if , 3 if sg S, . X 4' X .ty 'Q f. Z '- ,sv - 4 F A N J Q' Wk N 45 Q' X , x , , X. 31 fix ,I QQ. 5 4 J-lf! 3 :fi f fa ta, I . .Q K - V. ' . . M ' -9 1 A' V-VV . ' . A A, ' if- 1 ".:'-:E 7- ' ' ., lag t K I A X ' ,.. V V P ., K . Ti V ,, h f il .3 . V4 I by , , V J' ' ...4 if 'r ...A I ' fl, "- we be 1 , 5 .I P QQ it 2 X 5 f My Y . K. . . , V VM an ' ' . Y A 1 D jk.: K Q i i' P I Pri K Q ..., h , ff e V I o . T2 . - , . .ei , N 1' , ia., gg ti I '- Z' 6 A 1 A Y I " W '55, . ' gr gf W X t Qf X' fl I W' W 1 ,,,,, f , - - wb on 'ee ai we vw Q1 4 ,t ,Z ,122 X il .,,.. '71 3 M '35 S-1 M ti -v .V I g Y, i if 'f , var , 1 . f, ' , . A S 5 iv Q . A 5 1, Qfgg I' L 1 K Xa ch 3 1-4- 9 i ig' 1 . Y X fi' V Si" . 1' ' .Aa .4-. fs aw if was it we .. W A ,V fr. in X X nil? 1 ia .W as ., Qi di ' Q .5 41' ik w . 43 Q 1. g t 4-13 "QX M , ze t S X X' ? N , w N Q f, X 5 -, 'f f A fi A . iz if 3 VS: ' t"'i . K. P' 'xi V X , i 'L ' E ,wilt A.: ' XV ft FRESHMEN Shonee Praul. Pamela Price, Jo Priest. Rick Prince, John Princell Tom Pritchett. Lillie Proffitt, Patti Pruitt 7 T Denise Purvis. ,lim Pyle. Lawrence Quigley. Terri Quire. Rebecca Rains- berger. Steve Raisch, Diana Ramey, lloll Randolph Barbara Rankin, Carol Raymer. Harriett Reddie. Chris Reeder. War- ren Reinhardt. lleckie Repphan. .ludeann Retherford. Ronnie Rice Uzrie Rice. Robert Richards. Janet Richeson, Ron Richeson, Rebecca Richmond. Ronnie Richmond. Bruce Rickman. Sharon Ringer Fred Ripberger, Vicki Roan. Cheryl Roberts. Diana Roberts. Dennis Ro- bertson. Beth Robinson, Susan Robling. Steve Rohrer Rita Rohrman. Vicki Roxnaine, Donna Root. Sandra Rosemeyer. Thomas Rossell. Linda Rothenber- ger. Edith Ruby. Ceorgiann Russell Peter Rusthoxen. William Rutledge. Linda Sadler. Richard Saffold, Char- les Sallee. Earl Sandefur. Deborah Sanders. Carolyn Sanderson john Sauer. Marlene Scalf. ,lim Scanland. Tonna Schenk. Nancy Scherer. Barbara Schoelkopf, Steve Schmidt. David Schwantes Vivian Schwomeyer, David Scott. lacqueline Scott. Ralph Scott. .lef- frcy Scott, Wendy Seidel. Walter Seilcr. Jerrold Selzer Ron St-ring. Terry Settle. Ginger Shadday. ,loan Shaver. Ronnie Shaw, Craig Sheder. John Sheehan. ,lerry Shccly Lee Shelton. Patricia Shelton, Steve Short, Steve Shorter, Diana Sikes, Patricia Sims. Edward Simmons, llrcuda Siasom FRESHMEN James Skaggs, Denise Slinkard, Mike Slone, Clelia Smith HAIDEIKS . . . Members of ",l and the Raidersv combo perform at tht- "Young Amt-riea Fair." Dave Smith. Kathy Smith. Laura Smith, Linda Kay Smith Libby Smith, Robert Smith, Sheila Smith, Sheryl Smith Stew Smith, Chuvk Smool, Anne- Snycler,,loyue Snyder, Lueile Snyder, Williatll Sorensen. Sue Sorrell, llaula Spahr James Sparks, Merry Spoolftra, 'llc-rri Spray, Robert Sprivstersbarll, Kay- mond Stayton, Steve Kuhl. Kathryn Stern, Michael Steve-ns Mike Stevens, Shirley Stodghill, Gregory Stovall, Deborah Strawn, Larry Striebeck, Michael Strong, Tom Stroud, Pat Stutsman Linda Summerlot, Nancy Surtli. ,le-anne Sutton, Debbie Swann, Gor- don Taylor, ,lohn Teater. Harlem- Tenney, Charles Test-liendorf Ray Thie-sing, ,lantea Thixton, Lana Thomas, Doug Thompson, Linda Thompson, William Thompson, Ju-an Thorpe, .loan Thorpe Kathy Tindall, Cynthia Todd, Susan Totton, David Toth, Mickey Totlrlt- ette, Cynthia Tranlwrg, Robert Tri-- main, Greg Tribby John Trotter, Paul Troy, Martina Tubbs, Danny 'llllI'Ill"l', Williaiii Tur- ner, Sandy Tuxhorn, Terri Twavht- mann. Steve Tyra .lon Uebelhaek, William Uh-ry, Debra Ulrey, Karen Unger, Sherry Updike, Chuck Uppfalt, Deborah Van Briggle, Kathy Van Cleave up ,1,. Ja E51 4-1 2 Q X Af- ' 5 gy Q A .,. 1 X xv Nv W X M -.35 -. X 1 if w X X f W X f M SA , - ...wr 2 , E X A if ' A, V in M an as 2 4' , X . . Z, Q 4 Q . - f iik . lt X " A' , 'W I K 9 lf- V , 2 6 f Y . 2 x, , '-, 4 - I ft , 585 Q' , f HNL5 QE iff - - ' 3 f- fu: S2 "l t t '-'I e 1 X fxt., ' i 'Si 2 X 5 K S wil X 5 X T ' 5' , Bha rti D .xi . lt m tr A -0 2 x I, 1 ,, 1 1 4' 5. K - 7 "MT i, , fe . I X rf Q-O x x X . " ' ii, 4 .ZZ f' 'l f J 'Egg 1 f jenny Ziegler fa-1 'Z FRESHMEN HW 5 , . Edward Viers, Mary Villarreal, Gor- don Vogel, Debby VOIlWlll61', Dc- , 1 .. horah Wade, Bob Walker, Dave D y Z ' Walker, Tim Wallace is , 1 r,.V3, 5 -HIV ill' ,Xnn Waller. Debbie Walls, Carol L L W Walton. Stephen Walton. Michael f- 5 l.,, T Warnpler. Doug Wasnidge, Kenneth Q5 ii i Q Watson. Min-hael Yates ti? .J ' W ' I , - Cree Yeslile, ,laet ueline Younff ,M a., e 1 D, w ' ' '. f' a Paula Xoung, Stephen Hoang, Sue X oung. Daniel Za:-k. James Zartrnan, . if Entries, Swell Lists 'll-rry Bess. Donald Bryan. Cary lluehanan. .lanet llyers, Dona Dar- raway. Ware Christensen, Jayne Coates. Bradley Connerley Deborah Cool. Stephen Craig. Danny Crowe. Alana Darrell, Cindy Davis. 'lhornas Dreyer, .lames Drummins. ,lnyee Fishhurn Nancy Haibe, ,lanet Hancock. Paul llartrnann, Linda Hill, Dottie Jarvis, la-on Jarvis. Greg Lanuln, Charla l.lIlllCl' Sandy Martin. John KlCCullan. ,lane Nleliay. Charlie Miller. Steve Miller, lieta Moore. Alice Neal, Wanda Neal 4 Karen Pellnnt. ,luhn Phillips, Denise Preston, Patty Price. Vicki Purcell, Mark Raneourt, John Redman. Trudy lltlQQt'l'S Q4 . Curt Rorneril. Debbie Salazar. Cathy .. ' Slit-leer. Paul Slielier. Denny South- " A '- erland. ,lady Spray. Linda Strachan, ' , Nancy Surber 'E ' .4 NN: 'F A x at R Y It "W Steye Swannner. Karen Sylvester, .lennifer Thornton, ,lan Tobias, Maria Wilson, Regis Wilson, John Wran- - S M- eher, John Zartntan y A ,V l as . L R 1 -X i sa W fx V ,1 FIQESHMEN Cui-01 Xlmcr, Linda Xdurns, Robert limos, Run Amos, Eric Amlvrsun, llaxul lluilvy, Mark Hula-r. Trixrly liilllgll Hug-1' Hn-mlm-r. ,Inlm lin-fry. Stunlvy l,lixli'l'. Slll'l'yl llluvliwi-ll. Marilyn lll'Lllllllll'.. llullillil 1311-w'sI1-1', Ili-nnis lhmililuge-ll. .lLlIl1'I llmwn Xngiu- llrunm-r, Sylvia Hush, Linda illlflllbll.. llunnu Curtcr. Cuncly llllillll- lu,-rs. William Clin-rry. Di-lrlaiv Ciwmi, il'l'l'l Llilflllll llium- Clmlfc-Ili-r, Lymlu Collin, Sun- mlm Cmlm-lly. Hulinclu Cl'Lljl'l'Llfl NUIHIXL? . . . Clinim' assistant livin'- QULIIIIH' Hinlilf- 4-lu-4-ks il1lIli4'l Niv- lh-rnmlll l1'IlllJK'l'Llllll't'. Uium- Cmiilm-y. Marilyn lhmivl. flur- rlun Davis. Calistu Dillvy lfurlai Eder, Cuml Einf-ry, lfllm-ryl lungluiul. Dc-lable l'llZg.EPl'LllCl Willium l"lm1-y. Linda Fulton, Handy llcurlfls. Phil C4-mnicr. .ln-rry Cim- lick, Mike- Clam-5, Bill fluldsnlillm, llary llruw ,l4'Lll1lll' Hull-y, Bula Hull, ,lulm Hull. llelmruli HurriS. Riclulrd Harris, llmiuld Huwurtli. KlllX'lIl l'le,-ucly. Kvl- xin l'lm-ally. Suv H1-lun-. Cliurlca H1-ss, Nlury 111,-Ss, Rmlgvr Hignitv I'lmcl:.xs'rlwvrmx . . . Lum-li-time limls many Studi-ms finishing lmnw- wurk and cramming. ljumlyll Hill, Cutlwrim- Hill, Kurt 1-Ifmiunn, Dun lmcfl Cu-g ,lm-nniugs, Mike Juni-s. .lulm B. .Iuycm-, Darrel Kerr A wav 5-5,N, 1,5 PM A4 ,,f-rf ,,....a WWNWWW 410 "ai F RESHMEN Jim Key, Danny Kingery, larry Kis- selman, Todd Klika, Jeff Krienile, Elizabeth Laird, ,lan Lannom, Craig Larsh E Robert Lather, Anita Lawrence, Don- ald Lee, Richard Lee, Jean Le Mas- ters, Ritchie Le Masters, Sandra Lit- tle, Linda Lobh Robert Long, Beth Loveless, George March, Jan Marker, David Martin, John Massel, Dennis Matchett, Roger Mayhood Trudi McDivitt, Tom Meara, Donald Messersmith, Glenda Miller, Sherry Miller, Kathy Modica, Edword Mor- gan, Diana Morrow Robert D. Mott, Toni Nicholson PLANNING . . . Freshman sponsor, Paul Hutson, advises Debbie Mc- Duga on her four-year plan. Steve O'Dell, Mike Parks Susan Parsons, Chet Parnum Pat Pence, James Phillips Shirley Pike, Beverly Podgorski, Deborah Rhea, Wanda Richmond, Steve Riggen, Debbie Roberts, Gary Roberts, Jack Roberts Judy Roberts, Rick Sanders, .lan Schwartz, Vickie Schorn, Mike Sea- mon, Paul Sell, Wayne Sharp, Deb- bie Sharr Joseph Wayne Skelton, Beth Sloan, Leslie Smith, Mark Smith, Paula Smith, Gerry Sparks, Tom Spoo, Danny Stanley FRESHM EN Susan Sumter, Dennis Twigg, Denise Vance. .lohn Wagner lluwlJYl . . . Senior Steve ,lcflrics welcomes freshman Marilyn llraniblt- to hugh school life. Preston Vlard, james Warfield, Gayle Watts, Drew Webb Susan A. Webb, Ralph Weber. Mary Welch, Dan Welsh Carl Wencke, Richard Wenzel. Phillip Leslie Wesner, Vicky Lynn Wcssel, .lelaine West, Larry West, Robert Westbrook, Russell Whann Debbie Whitacre, Kimberly White, Deborah Whitlow, Vicki Wickham, Debby Wiersma, Vit-ki Wilber, Den- nis Wileox, Karen Wilkes Bill Willetts, Carl Williams, Charles Williams, Michael Williams, Sheryl Williams, Steve Williams, Vickie l.. Williams, Holly Willman David Wilson, George Wilson, ,lames Wilson, Marty Wilson, Mary Wilson, Nancy Wilson, Hob Wilson, Roger Wilson Ruth Wilson, Vicki Sue Wilson, Wayne Bill Wilson, Darrell Winn, Forrest Winslow, Patty Witthoft, Greg Wolf, Theresa Wolner STEADY . . . Physical education as- sistant, Judy Wolgamot, helps fresh- man Chris DeCuro on the "side horse." Anne Wood, D011 Wfrtril, lxleg Wtmamtls, Ginny Woodward Diann Wools, Terry Wootan, ,Ion Worstell, Jim Wortman Valerie Wright, Teresa Wright, .lenny Yee, Terry Edward Zimple- man nf' , s f if ,ff 1 . ef 6 xgk 1 fi X F . . 5' , J .ff X ef I , Q, A, Y , ,, . 'W 3 Q, 2 f 7 , tea -we ,af .-I "2 T f I my . ,V - , ATA L 'P Li y , '40 4 5 . Z A W, F 'Qt' 2 , V, ,I A.,.,..... 1 ,yn if W 1 ,i : fi 3 f 1 1 4 ' W 7 I W Q z. , ff' , . 1 . V, t ,gg-If ,il f we Q W, , ' I 1, '. ..., Q. -J' .5 , I V ,Q Y at t 'A 1 wx , x f 4,31 l's I- f M A 25' V , 3 t 1 -:abil T A " nw. if '1 ,, e 4 - T -TG '- .. -, Se , ,.. Q 1 , in fwfr I , , fr , Y U , . V. , f f ,Q f fi! ef' ,X Q Ji? 7 . Q 1 v v Z .f X ,, f s 4 N s RWK 3 ,af , ., 'Kar X t Md. ., it W.:- sax, K4 N W W 5a...,, Q Tflfkfp fvfkywfffxf with an Arlington accent OH Advertising Assuming a part in the business world, we develop buying habits for the future and discover possible areas of interest for our personal careers. Our part in the commercial world is active. We design ads, present them to tlle business firms, take pictures, and arrange finances, while we acquire ilnportant public-relations skills. I ties? H ' o tv ole , as v rv rp tg Q Q af fdgw, fi. 5, JAN A At, El ' V - .- INDIANA 1 RECUBD CLUB 6'The INDIANA RECORD CLUB sells records by the score These happy Arlington girls will soon he back for morefi 3708 East 38th Street 547-2159 L1 Lrzwl r Lllldfl Hutsell PAUL HARRIS uArIington Knights and damsels fairest Insist on clothes from PAUL HARRIS." Devington Shopping Center 547-3247 I altz Cole S AMERICAN BEAUTY CLEANERS '6American Beauty Cleaners, the sign of the rose, Do the best in dry cleaning clothes." 3748 North Sherman Drive 546-6131 B111 Hudson, Sarah Johnson, Tom Unger I 1 I I I 1 I 4 I 5 ACE HARDWARE Devington Shopping Center 6For household. auto. and garden eare Get it all at EXTRA ACE HARDWARE." my ww, Km Beclry Mac-Donalrl, Ixatlzy fllurshall For lawn Boy and Reo Mowers Call 547-9616 Free demonstration No obligation 3 Ml! B g ig: 4 WW V rust " .. i" ' QV. N. V' X A3 A E 4 X " , , , f ,M V I -on ,if if 'a 5 A. vu. I A .af 91 fig S. S. KRESGE 'Tor your every treat KRESGES ean't be heatf Devington Shopping Center 547-8080 .Hilfe Boucher, Ann, Waller SMART SHUP "Smart people stop At the SMART SHOP." Meadows Shopping Center Esquire Plaza 546-5489 Margie .lICCuwley, Joyce Hudrlleston IOHN DAVIS MEN'S WEAR Wllhose who really care Shop JOHN DAVIS MEN'S WEAR." Devington Shopping Center 546-3130 More Boucher, Doug Boucher 9 th i I ll l i ini LOB as - simraei ,,,..."- fl ,W-...... ...--,l... --V ---- f-- RCA pioneered and perfected Color TV. Today more people own RCA Victor Color TV than all other leading brands combined. These RCA Victor sets were made here in Indiana by some of RCA's 17,000 Hoosier workers. This helps insure a dynamic ma,-W-... .-tyx eip AVTCTQR Makes indiana e olor Televi ion Capital of the World I ta ,Wi .r'M. f, -5'5"-r'f i T-rr ',......... f ", . ? I i"s"""" - I ' Q., ,L "Q -Mt-. , , sag ,sg,:Lk:'awwMM H .. fm . F' WX? I T yi in Q i s 3, Y N -:J M 3, . , M ,Q an ...W . X growth economy for our state. " """"' A r '- , reg- sw THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS FUR THE BE COLOR T T Indianapolis-RCA Victor furniture stylists look at sketches for a new Mediter- ranean lowboy model. Styl- ing, Engineering, Advertis- ing and Sales Departments iorRCA Victor hoineinstru- ments, as well as much ot the actual manufacturing, are headquartered here. Monticello-Hand rubbing imparts a mellow lustre to this RCA Victor Color TV cabinet.Beforeleaving here, each cabinet will pass through many skilled hands and as many as 16 finishing operations.RCAVictorcab- inet quality rivals that of the tinest custom furniture. Marion-New RCA "Hi- Lite" Color Tube, with a color picture substantially brighter than any previous RCA Color Tube, goes into full-scale production. Mar- ion is one of three RCA plants meeting the con- stantly growing demand for Color picture tubes. Bloomington-Cabinets from Monticello, picture tubesfromMarionand parts from Indianapolis come to- gether here at the world's largest Color TV assembly plant. Next stop for Amer- ica's first choice in Color TV: RCA Victor dealer showrooms. Things go better XS 3 C URIVEEQQJQSCATIUN me smvw A My OAKLANQQN SALES co. Y. 67 AT OAKLANDON RD.,-f with COKE HF0r any occasion To add to the fun Drink COCA COLA- Itgs the one." ld F S F HSt0p at OAKLANDON to buy your new ear For they sell the finest by far." 11820 Pendleton Pike 823-4471 OAKLANDON SALES GG DEVINCTON IEWELERS Selling the finest jewelry to you DEVINGTON JEWELERS gives Stadium Stamps tool Devington Shopping Center 546-1415 Leeflnne Denham, John He PEARSON'S PLATTERS "To buy records that set the pace PEARSONSS PLATTERS is the place." Devington Shopping Center 545-4347 Jim Bruce, candy Beldez HAAG DRUGS 'GTO shop for less and still get more Find it all at I-lAAG'S drug store." Devington Shopping Center 547-9673 Phil McDaniel, Charles Royce 19 ? I"'?' ROESCH PHARMACY 1: "For all your needs from A to Z The place to go is ROESCH PHARMACY." Devington Shopping Center 547-9613 ll Hub B1lll'c Ill HERFF I ONES COMPANY "For class rings and club pins HERFF JONES is the one that wins." 1401 North Capitol Avenue 635-1554 Un Robz Ib 1 Brenda Souls IN TER-STATE STUDIO "Brilliantly clear, perfectly bright' INTER-STATE pictures are always just right." 3711 North Sherlnan Drive 547-8341 bob Ixubzk LEE MOODY COMPANY Real Estate Insuranve ,- , fifgiafss' fax! U6 i593 .QQ 5 gg. Joan Hughey, Jan Tobias 1 lg- 5 if wx Q4 qw 1, M4105 M, '22 - f :Q fl WTO get the house thatgs up to date Contact Lee Moody Real Estate." 1840 East 38th Street 546-1593 t :Z 199 OU BILL EHRICH STUDIO R171 fjllfffll, Riff Hlzlsw NTU lllillit' 111611101165 last Get professiollal photog1'apI1s" from BILL EHRICH in Glelldale 0101 North IQCBSILDIIC' Avenue 251-0741 WILKERSON'S BARBER SHOP "For the sharpest out in town WILKERSONS BARBER SHOP Won't let you down." 11.-vington Shopping mivmu 546-0914 Tvrry R II I I ARLINGTON FLOWER SHOP 'Alf you want a plant or bouquet Visit the ARLINGTON FLOWER SHOP today." 1335 North Arlington Avenue 356-2489 R055 l'rf'.slol1, 'llurgu C,l'l4I'g2 DANNERS 5 Sz 10 "DANNER'S Trolley Stop Cafeteria is great With service and meals that really rate." Meadows Shopping Center 546-9782 fn O 141011 Z Buy from AU A STUDIO for quality pictures with a finishing touvh. 3905 vspasllixlgtoll Houlc-vursl 283-4265 Um. L. lf. SItlffUl't1. Limlu .l1a'w.s, 1115. Paula .-irzflerwlz Qy V -E, f Y 4 ff-Qin, rx 'V- Q x 90,5 A gs. A :QL R STYLE-O-RAMA "For the newest fashions in hair Go STYLE-0-RAMA for a professional flair." 6706 East 38th Sm-1-r 545-5273 .hm P01101-Ae. L fflf 1 1 ff, ,ef SMITHER ROOFING L'Smither's wishes nothing but the best To '66 grads and all the rest." 6850 East 32nd Street 545-1304 EDRICH9S MEN'S WEAR EDRICH'S MEN'S WEAR is really tops lt's the best of all the shops." Esquire Plaza 898-14-41 Bob Shaffer, Bruct Ixemp r ,, , MJ, ww an : xr iv .. , M-:f1f1 1.f.w 1.1 uhlixfgfwi .. ' - F kif' ' Hrifiix- 2" -- v--- '-awe.-..h +-an ,Mfg xafwfia' Q73 MILK FOUNDATIO G your need for milk. 'You never outgrow Drink three glasses everyday. I.u1'ry Yousef, Hull Sites, Ronnie Huclzzuzan O BOR E HELL WWW' Ill G9 itis Ulm Osborne For rapid serviee with a smile. Try OSBORNE SHELL worth yonr While." 3-L01 North Arlington Avenue 546-1027 99 ll MARSH- MATTHEWS REALTY CO. "To finfl the house that meets the test MARSH-MATTHEWS is the best." l908 Broad Ripple Avenue 251-9284 fvnnzfer Heilz, Burl: 1 H I LAWRENCE AUTO COMPANY Mselling ears that meet the test LAWRENCE AUTO beats all the rest." 8550 Pendleton Pike 547-3521 Bonnie .llerzrlor F1 let! ll Il ROR SALE ltNDIA ' ., Q 4 , X A , is ' Q S I 1 ,. A' . X V 'I W' Q v , , V R 41' if , J 3 M twig It fy A K v i 3 A H ,..-M--. it 'Q A .gs-as . A I it XTX, N ' J ,,,, Q Q R X ' -.,,snN COMMUNITY HARDWARE 1' "For the greatest in tools and garden supplies COMMUNITY HARDWARE has the best buys." 34-tll and Arlington 5-I-7-0407 S1 bil zels R lf Al1I'ri11ge VILLAGE SQUARE BARBER SHUP 6'All lads want the best cut in hair So all of them go to VILLAGE SQUARE." Ilmehind carbobl 3790 North Arlington Avenue 546-0058 .5 tt Brel ter KIRLES IEWELERS M56-lling the finest jewelry to you KIRLES JEWELERS gives Stadium Stamps. too " 2411 l4last33tllSt1'eel 546-5829 Sl I f :sell DAVE MQINTIRE FORD wa. wx ,ww M, . Crffg Srlzelling, Hllfllllffl H0115 "For the best buy in FORD DAVE MUINTIRE wins the award." 6105 East 38th Strvvt 545-8551 Q.fl6.QeawWo PAINTERS G DBCORBFORS f -lb , W, M55 X1 202-2 PALMER DODGE "Every Golden Knight that is wise At PALMER DODGE finds very good buys." 38111 and Koystono Avonuc 545-3321 l 1 Bush, fuy 'l'n1u'us REAMER PAINTERS 81 DECGRATORS "To beautify rooms with that special touvh REAMER'S PAINTERS 81 DECORATORS will do so 11111911.60 H38 Norrose Drive 546-3901 Ioan Rl'lIllIL'f dn Cvjncliicuzcz , K, . K A ' :fs 'clczvz sou s for file WorlJ's Finest Furs P mm! Ffwi L no on ' DJNIJ'-X00 L i BRUCICS PIIARMACY 6'F1'o111 lllP1lil'illP to candy BROCK? PHAR MACY is claxlelyf' 38th :mel SIN-1'lllu11Urixv --. .F- 54 fulfil I1 f lflxllf RANDALL MUVERS From Muncie to Marion. from Madison to Nome Randall moves vou to your new home SPH lfzlsl 38th Strvcl 546-8800 V' l I 1 ii iN E 43 E I 3 S H 5, F1 I RLI CTC D IRY Q EE U , f V- " ""' ' "" V f - 'f P U ,Qfwf-,vfh W, ff--'X , r ff is K , 1 ', .fem y' ,f: ,ff , , E A 'P ' ' f W' ' m .M-1, I V1',,"w Q ln- W, , .- V, -1- Lf F, , 1. 'ffl 'XAWMN ' 2 '5' M' ff 1 ffwl rm MW, f 41 9 all f 4 j L3 , A ",w"""' f W A W H011 SIJFBUII. Sheila Edwards "Make the scene At ARLINGTON DAIRY QUEEN." 33444 North Arlington Avenue 546-1027 HEDGEDS PONTIAC "At HEDGE'S you will find, They only sell the very best kind." 3215 East W8SlliHgtOIl 638-2531 Cirzrfy All I Ill DIMICKQS CLEANERS "North south. east. and west. DIMICK'S cleans your clothes the best." 5917 East 38th Street 546-0369 Judy Perfetto. Donn T I ADVERTISING LETTER SERVIII ,INII. in ' 'Q - J A COMPLETE PRINTING AND MAILING PROCESS SERVICE 752 EAST MARKET ST. INDIANAPOLIS IN DIANA 46202 PHONE NIEIroSe 6-3527 Janet Lis IHANA.SHOP "Every Arlington girl knows To stop at DIANA SHUP for clothes." Meadows Shopping Center 54-7-77l 8 rallwr. Cl.I1fI'l' Prather LOTUS GARDENS "If you want wonderful Chinese food. LOTUS GARDENS sets an oriental mood." -M24 Allisonville Road 546-7551 Yausv, Cllllfij' Harlan ABELS.AUTO "Good deals and quality are their labels - The best used cars come from ABEL'S." l03O Nortll Meridian Street 639-2301 ER HA NATIO AL BANK 'Tor friendly servive of highest rank. Go to MERCHANT? NATIONAL BANK." DL-Yington Sl1oppingC1-11t1fr 5-1-7-9633 , ,...A-" "V JE4,f"""'-D ,N"' ! ,-vf' .- 'ff ..- , "For your table - a spevial dish. every wish." 4323 North Arlington .AVCIIIIP 546-22452 Jllfl-1" CIINIIICZF, D011 Larson. Tom W'r1'gl1t ANDER TERI G SERVICE ANDERSON vaters to your PORTEP. COLLEGE "To become a smart secretary, many have found That PORTER COLLEGE is the best in town." 48 Monument Circle 639-2505 lxathy Bru I. COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP "Roses are red, violets are blue. COLONIAL sells lovely flowers to you." 3723 East 38tl1 547-5227 .lhlme I lopprr Su v .Szms LITTLE BROWN IUC 'For the tastiest root beer in a mug. ' After school try LITTLE BROWN .I UG." l52U North Arlington Avcnuc 357-0455 Nancy AII1gl'fI Tlllorzl Simm' Janet Brown Sherrx Updllte Lurrv Males WHEATON VAN LINES 'GWHEATON VAN LINES is eager to please. And will fill your moving needs." 2525 East 56th 255-3131 DI! Bl! PRESTONQS SUPER MARKET "PRESTON'S SUPER MARKET is proud to say, 6 . We treat our customers 1n a special wayf M 6937 Pendleton Pike 547-1668 Il ISI DELLEN OLDSMOBILE "You can expect a good deal, From DELLEN OLDSMOBILE." 5199 North Keystone Avenue 251-9271 D H rl BbB .4 lzealan ' wif" 2 if 5 it 1 ki l l fi 0 . gm T14 Citing Accolades of 466, llere. there. untl exerynhere . . . this nas our norking grounfl. This nas nhere ne yyutvliefl. ne listen:-tl. ne re- t-ortlecl tht- reactions. the impulses. the emotions. You. the rezulers. nere our suhjem-ts. your actions our inspiration. This liooli is the ret-orcl ol you. the story of your zievoiiiplisli- nn-nts. tht- siilistuiirw- ol your school year. ll t,'LllblLll'l,'S the spirit ul your school. tht- unlii-s ul your elassiiiutes. It reyeuls the secrets ol school tile. the nontlers ol tliscoyery. the S2lllSliilt,'llUll ol ilt'lIlt'Yl'lllt'lll. It portrays the unity' of sturlent unrl school. Arlingtonite ancl Arlington. fy.. . . . this is our yyork. our c-ontriliulion lor lllfiti. It is a lzilmor ol lore. il profluvt ol inany long hours ul 1-oiieeiilrutioii until . 4 sturliecl enileaxor. We hziye clone this for you. antl lor our- selyes. 'lioggether ne have inafle this hook possihle. together ne liaye yyritten its pages. 1-reutetl its pictures. ,Ns all the yt'ill'lNHllxS whit-li haue gone lmelore it. il eurries ti singular sigiiiiliruin-e. un iniliynluail niessuge. lt is ynll. It is ne. ll iw lllofl. ln-rf-. llif-rt-. unil f'Xf'l'y'WllPl't'. as K ,,-u tall Completes Record 'lilie Woo ,XCCOIAIJIC is the promluct ol more than just ai len stutlents. Wie noulml like to thank the fol- loning meoile who helaetl inake the mulilieation ol . l l l l this hook possible: Mary Benetlict f afly'iser: Ralph tileyenger ef principal: llohert 'llurner ancl Thomas Haynes f- xice-priiicipals: Paula Antlerson ancl Bill lfln'ir'l1 3 senior pliotographers: lnterstate Stutlio ul linlnum ef iintlerelass pliotogrupliers: l.91'ilt'SSlt'-Nlt'l't't'l' Printing Company 1 ancl llopkey' Engraving Company. Liying and hreathing the V166 ACCOLADE. stall eclitors norketl to make the fifth ACCOl,i-Xlllf the lint-st. lfelitors were Carol Cainpliell ancl Bonnie lfuson - vo-etlitors: Lyncla Resicles-inanaging eflitor: Joan lleznner f- senior eclilor: lllary' Jansen - unflerclass etlitor: Xlury lean Honnnin - aeacleniit-s etlitor: IM-lilwiv Sehiniilt mlycertisiiig imiiiuger: Mike llaniel - liusiness lllilllil:L1t't'Z :intl Frecl llowiiniii f chiel lihi att igruplier. M . 1 A I Q I I , WE HAVE CONOUERED CHALLENGING NEW AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE AND ACHIEVEMENT. WITH PRIDE AND SATISFACTION WE CONCLUDE ANOTHER CHAPTER OF THE ARLINGTON STORY. N u T 5 fffkf ' I THERE 65 EVERYWHEH 1 ' A U With an Arlington accent I -A- ACCOLADE ..........A.,...,,.... Academic Assistants .......... 98, 99 Archery Club ........,,. ,... Arlingtones ,........,,.. Art Club ,,.....,.,.,......,.......... Art Department ................ Auditorium Technicians 70, 71 .....126 87 97 38, 39 98 A-V Assistants .....,...............,.. 96 DB, Baseball Varsity .,.,,. .... Reserve ..,. Basketball Varsity ll..., Reserve .....,., .,,..I....l23 123 ..........110 .......,..ll2 Freshman ............ .. .......... 113 Boy's State ......,.....,.,.l....,...,,.., 77 Business Department .....,.. 36, 37 Business Managers ................ 63 ..C... Cheerleaders ....,....,........ 129, 131 Chess Club .......... Clinic Assistants .... 93 Concert Band .,,...... ,,,..... 8 0, 81 Concert Choir ...............l.... 84, 85 Concert Orchestra ...,,.,,,.., 82, 83 Cooks ..........................l ......... 5 2 Cross Country Varsity ...,,,.,,, Reserve .,....., Freshman ........ Custodians .. -Am .,,......108 ..,......l09 ...,.....109 53 Abel s Auto Co. .ll...... .......l, 2 12 Ace Hardware .....,..........,...,... 193 Advertising and Letterin Service ......211 American Beauty Cleaners ,ll. 192 Anderson Catering Service..2l3 Arlington Dairy Queen ........ 210 Arlington Flower Shop .......... 201 -BM Bill Ehrich Studio ....,,....,..... 200 Brock's Pharmacy .....,...,,.,,.... 209 , - C 1 Coca-Cola .....,...,.,.,.......,,.,......, 196 Colonial Flower Shop .........i.. 214 Community Hardware ...,.,.... 206 Ds D 11, Danna-rs 5 81 10 .....,..,............. 201 Dave Mclntire Ford ..ii............ 207 -AL Abraham, james .,..... Allen, john ..........,...... Allison, Mary Kaye ,.... Anderson, Nancy ,........., 30 28 30 Armenofl, Margaret .,,,....,,.... 36 B311 Bailey, Audra .....,.. I Bailey, Ralph ......... Baskett, Russell .....,. Benedict, Mary ......... Bess, William .........., Bickerton, Shirley ,..,,,, . 31 28 30 23 30 23 . , D , Debate Team ......,,... L. E D English Department ACTIVITY INDEX 69 ..,,,,....22, 23 24, 25 Exploratory Teachers ..,,........ 90 -F- Future Nurses ....,.... Football Varsity ....... Reserve ......v Freshman ...... French Club .......... Freshman Class Future Teachers ..... Future Architects BQ E1 G.A.A. ...,......,........ . German Club .,...... Golf .........,..............,.. W H W Ham Radio Club .,.,, History Club ....,, Homecoming .,..... Home Economics Department ...... fl ,, lndustrial Arts Department .....,. Intramurals .... Davidson's Furs ........ Dellen Oldsmobile .... Devington Jewelers . Diana Shop ......,..... Dimick's Cleaners AE- Edrich's Mens Wear ,Hn Haag's Devington .... Hedges Pontiac ....,., Herfl .lones Co. W I B, 90 ....,.104, 105 ......104, 105 .......,177-186 91 91 ........125 95 .......,l21 96 88 .......,,.42, 43 ........,.-14, 45 ......,.1l9 -J, Junior Achievement ,I umor Class ........,..,..,..... ,I umor Prom ..................... - K D Knights' Klub ........ DLTS ....9, 77 160-167 .......l59 .......l30 LANCER ............................ 74, 75 LANCER Representatives .,.. 76 Language Department ...... 26, 27 Latin Club .....l........................ 95 Library Assistants ....... ...... 9 9 - M A Marching Band ,..... 79 Math Club ..,.........,,.,..,.,.,....... 97 Math Department ............,. 34, 35 Mental Health Club Music Department ..,,..,..... 40, 41 -Nf National Merit Finalists .,.,.. 14 National Forensics ..........,..... 68 National Honor Society National Thespians - 0 - ....60-61 ...,........64-65 Oflice Messengers ....,...........,. 51 Oklahoma ...,.,.,.,..... Bpcc Pep Band ............... Physical Education Department ......... ADVERTISING INDEX ...,... ,215 ,......l97 ...,....212 .......2l1 .I....,.....203 ...... .197 ..III,.2l1 ..I..,.198 Indiana Record Club ............ 192 lnter-State Studio ,.,. Aj, ...I.. .198 ,lohn Davis Mens Wear .,,,.... 191 Blase, David .....,..,, Bratton, Sarah ,..... FACULTY 30 23 Burdict, Bonnie ...................... 23 Burkhalter, Carol .................. 27 Burleson, Marion .... 46, 47, 126 Burton, Martha .......... ,........... 3 4 Butler. .lerry , .,I.I .. DCB Caldwell, Delmda .,................ 36 Callaway, Elmer ..,. 47, 116, 117 Carter, Daniel .I....,,................ 23 Chaney, Louis ....,.................i. 30 Chappell, Ron .............,.. 47. 113 - K Y Kirles Jewelers ...... ..........66-67 ....,.,,.124 ...,..,,,.46-47 .......,.206 Kresges ..........,..........,. ......... 1 94 .. L - Lawrence Auto .,.................... 205 Lee Moody Realty .,,,...,....,.., 199 Little Brown ,lug I.... .,....... 2 14 Lotus Gardens .......,,., ......... 2 12 -ML Marsh ' Matthew Realtors N205 Merchants National Bank ,..I H213 Milk Foundation ........,......,.... 204 -0, Oaklandon Sales Co. .,.,........ 196 Osborne Shell .. .... D P , , Palmer Dodge ..,.,... Paula's Studio ,....... Paul Harris ......,, INDEX Christie, Marjorie .. Clark, Harriett ...... .........204 ,.......,208 .....,,..202 .........192 43 23 Clark, Maxine .,.,........ ,..,,.... 2 3 Clevenger, Ralph .,..,......,.... 5, 48 Clodfelter, Donald ...,.., Coleman, Max ............ Combs, Lyman ..,..,.. MD, Davis, Will .................. DeHart, Geraldine ....... Dobbs, Thomas ......... Donalson, Gladys ..... Draughon, Joe ....,,., 34 34 46 30 20 34 23 47 1 Q ... Quill and Scroll ........ Quiz Team ....,..,.... - R - Red Cross Club ......,. - 5 H 63 69 92 Science Club .............,..........., 88 Science Department ........ 30, 31 Senior Class ..,......,...,,...., 134-157 Senior Officers .......... ........... 1 34 Social Studies ...................,.. 28-29 Sophomore Class .......,.... 170-176 Spanish Club ............ ........... 9 4 String Ensemble ......... ....... 8 2 Student Council ...,...,.............. 58 Student Council Officers Student Council Cabinet 59 59 Student Safety Council ........ 92 -T- Talent Show ..........,.. ,....... 7 2-73 Tennis .................... Track ...,.,......... Treble-Aires ...... Tri-Hi-Y ........,....... , - W M Wrestling Varsity ..,.....,..,.. Reserve ...,.,.... Freshman ...... ......,l20 ..,....118 86 89 .......l14 .......l16 ......,ll7 Pearson's Platters ........,......... 197 Porter College .....,.,.....,,,...,.... 214 Preston's Super Market ...... 215 - R L Randall Movers ...................... 209 R.C.A. ................,,.,.........I........ 195 Reamer Painters and Decorators .......................... 208 Roesch Pharmacy ....... ....... 1 98 - 5 - Sealtest ...................... .........,. 2 05 Smart Shop ......................,....... 194 Smither Roofing Co. .............. 203 Style-O-Rama Beauty Salon,.203 AV, Village Square Barber Shop..206 DW- Wheaton Van Lines ...........,.. 215 Wilkerson's Barber Shop ....,. 201 , HE- Edison, June ...... Egan, Patricia ....,...,25, 40 Ellis, James .................... 47, 114 Emery, Jerry ........ ......,.,..... 3 9 - F L Fair, Owen ............ .,....... 3 4, 35 Feldman, George ...... .......... 2 7 Fellows, William ..,,.,,. 44 Fishback, William ........ ....... 2 6 Fisher, Billy .............. .......... 3 4 Foley, Patricia ...... ......... 3 9, 97 Ford, Fort, Benjamin ..... Foster, Eddie Frank, Ronald ....,,. Cood, Cladysmae .. Conde, Emma ..,,.,.. Craub, Rowena ...... Graves, Victor ..,... Green, Everett ....... Cwyn, Robert ...,... Beth ..,...... AL, LH-. Hamilton, Marian ......., ...,,,. 2 0 Hardwick, Marilyn Hartman, Wallace Haynes, Thomas 36 28 30 44 1 ....... 30 .. ..,,. ,.... 4 3 ,45 49 .. .,.,,,. 44 48 Healy, Robert ..,......, ..,,,.. 2 8 Heeke, Bernard ...... Hering, William .,.. .. ....... 44 .. ...,... 28 Hessler, Alice ,lane .,.,., .,,.... 2 3 Hoffman, Marilyn .... .......... I 34 Holmes, .lohn ,.,.,.,. ....,.... 2 8, 96 Horine, Ralph ...... ...,..... 4 0, 86 Howell. Elbert ,,.,.,.. ., .......,,, 28 Huffington, Clarena ..., ,....., 2 4 Hutson, Paul ......,.t ,lackson, Rita ........,,,, ,lanert, Margaret .... Johnson, ,lames ..,, jordan, Nicholas . ce A 28 31 . 21 Aaron, Phyllis C. .... 90, 93, 136 Abraham, ,lay L. ...... 60, 92, 136 Adams, Charles W. ....,. 124, 136 Adams, Michael R. .....,..,, 11, 60. 75, 78, 136 Ague, Thomas ....,...,,.,..,,.. 61, 136 Alandt, ,lames H. ..,..,,,........., 136 Aldridge, Steven L. ........ 88, 136 Allen, Donald L. ....,.....,..,...... 136 Allen, ,lames R. ...,...,..,,,.,,..,.,, 135 Allen, Mary Ellen ...... 8, 58, 59, 60 75, 78, 88, 128, 134, 136 Allen Paul C. .....,............ 79, 136 Allio, Philip A. ........ 79, 81, 136 Allison, Larry E. ..........., 98, 110, 136. 211 Alspaugh, Cary L. ,,,,,,,,,,.,., ,136 Altom, Patricia ......,............. .136 Alyea, Emily A. ..,,,.,,,,,,,, 84, 136 Anderson, Barbara Grey ...... 136 Anderson, Dick ....,, 60, 110, 111, 127, 136 Anderson, ,lon .......... 78, 79, 81, 83, 136 Appleby, Terry ........ 70, 90, 136 Appleget, Michael ,....,,,,,,,,.,, ,136 Ashcraft, Phyllis ...... 51, 60, 62, 74, 75, 136 Atkins, Marilyn ...,..,,,,,,,, 83, 136 Atkinson, Lee C. ...,.. 14, 15 60, 69, 72. 73, 77. 105. 127, 136 Atwood, Faith ..........,......,,,,, ,136 Atz, Dee .............. 36, 61, 63. 78, 89, 91, 136 Augustin, Steve ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 157 Avery, Susie ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 136 AX, Daniel Lee ,.,,,. ,,,,,,, 9 2, 136 FACULTY INDEX K to . Katsatopoulos, ,lohn ...... . 27 Kelley, Diane ...,...... ....... 2 4 Ketterman, Clark ....... ....... 3 4 Klinkose, David ........ ....... 2 9 Knight, Patricia .. ....... 48 Knipfel, Gerald ........ ...,... 4 0 Koepper, Sharon ..., ....... 3 6 Kraueunas, Carl ...... .......... 4 4 Kuntz, William ..,... 34, 105 Lee Lorand, Regula ........ .......... 2 7 Lostutter, Donald .......... 34, 100 110. 113 ' AIC ' McClary, Robert ....., ....,.. 3 0 McHoes, Cynthia .,.. .....,. 2 4 -- M. , Maas, Charlie ....... ....,,........ I 36 Manka, ,lohn .......... ....... 4 7, 117 Mannan, Donald ...... .......... 2 8 Marley, Betty ....... ....... 4 7 Martin, Steve ..... ....... 3 0 Nlaurey, Patricia ....... 28 Maze, Sally ....... ,...... 3 6 Nlehl, Robert ..... .,..... 1 10 Merritt, Delmar ..,.. ,,..... 3 3 Messick, ,lane .............. ......, I 39 Montgomery, Zonda .... ....... 4 0 Morris, John .,.,....,... ..,....... 2 9 Muir, Rachel ......,. ...,..... 3 4. 44 N Niemann, Elizabeth ........,...,. 28 Nowak. Al .....................,.. 33, 101 Nuttal, Mark ..,,.... ....,.. 2 8 - 'IJ Oglcsby. Richard ...,... Orme, William .... Owen, Boyd ..., . 1 p e Padou, Louise ...... Patrick, Keith ...... Pipino, Nicholas ,. Pollock, Ted ...........,.. Portilla, Mercedes ,... Provart, Sharon ....,... Pujals, Enrique HR..- Rababa, Yvonne ...,,,.,,,,,, Rogers, Margaret .......,.., Rowe, Marian ..........,......, Lge- Schmidt, Burdeen ....... Sehroedle, Margaret ,...... Shade, Ellsworth ..,. Simpson, ,lohn ...... Simpson, Susan .,,. Skiles, Bruce ........ Smith, Priscilla .... Stabler, ,lack ..... Stark. Carroll ....,. SENIOR INDEX ee. 3 L Bailey, Rebecca ,lane .. ....... 137 Baker, Linda ......... .............. 1 37 Baker, Paul ....................,....... 137 Barbieri, Larry .l. ......., 104, 105. 137 Barbour, Holly .,,,,,,,,, 39. 64, 89, 98, 137 Barnes, ,lane Ellen ..,............. 137 Barnes, Kathryn Lynn ....,..... 137 Barnes, Sandi .................. 98, 137 Bauer, Robert R. ...,.,.............. 137 Bean, Bill ......,,......,....,,,,,.,,,..,, 137 Beard, Jonathan .......... 6, 14, 32, 60, 68, 69, 75, 137 Bowles, Ralph ........,,, 33 e ...., 92 47 24 23 47 27 24 527. 94 24 27 37 47 20 28 24 33 41 36 ,......138 Bowman, Fred ........., 62, 70, 75, 104. 105, 138 Boyd, Robert ................... Bradley, ,lohn .....,.......,..... Bridges, Sandy L. .......... . ..,....138 ,,...,.138 .......138 Brikmanis, lmants .......,,, 63, 138 Brock, Cathy .................. 138, 209 Broueher, William R. .......138 Brown, Cary E. ........ 69, 77, 138 Sullivan, Harry ,.., , ,. ..,.. 24, 108 Sweetman, Edward ...,...... 33, 89 T Taylor, Nancy ..... .... . ..,.... 2 1 Thompson, ,lanet ...,. . ....... 43 Thompson, Thomas .. ,.,,, . 44 Turner, Robert ,.,..... .. 48 llessler, ,lean ..... .,..... 3 6 llrbain, ,lames ,,,,,, ., , , 24 y Vance, ,lohn ........... . ........... 36 Vardaman, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39, 50 Vaughan, Beryl ......,. ........... 2 4 Vogt, ,lane ,.,, ,....,,,. ,,,,,.. 4 7 - -f W Waggoner, Charles ,, .,,.... 36 Walls, Thomas ...,.. ....... 3 3 Way, Frances ........ .............. 4 3 Weaver, ,lanet .....,.....,....,. 24, 36 Welch, Daniel ......................., 49 Wells, Belgen ...,.. 49, 50, 58, 59 White, Donald ......................., 33 White, Martha Wimmer, Merle .,.. ..,... . Witsman, Forest ....,. .,,..., Wood, ,lean .......... ...... . Woodward, ,lean ...... .....,. Worley, Barbara ..........,,...,,... Wyatt, Daveda ..... .,,..... 2 4, --2-- Zetzl, Robert ........ ..,..., Beckwith, Lewis ,,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 103, 105, 127, 157 Beisel, Donna ............ 58, 59, 61. 76, 78, 98, 128, 137 Bennett, Linda C. ......,,,... 86. 137 Berry, Linda Ann .,.,........ 98, 137 Berry, Ronald ..........,..,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Bishop, Carla .............. 61, 80, 82 Bishop, Danny .......,..,,.,,,.,.,,,,, 157 Blair, ,Ioy .,,,,.,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 9 3, 137 Blake, Diane ..........,, ,..,.,,,, 1 37 Blines, Michael A. .,... ....... 1 37 Bloeher, Cheryl ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 157 Blocher, Kathy L. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 137 Blunk, Tom ........ 14, 85, 87, 137 Bolling, Carroll .,..,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 137 Boggs, Bruce A. ...... .,.,,., 1 37 Bohlsen, Karen Sue ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 137 Bole, Ursula Kay ,, .,,,,,,, 60, 63, 92. 137 Bonney, ,lerry ....... ....... 7 9, 137 Boots, james l.. .,..... 151 --Q Bovard, Tim ............., ,....,. 137 Bovenschen, Martha ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 137 Bow, Becky ..............,,, .... , ,137 Brown, Linda Leigh, 64, 86, 158, 138 Brown, Pauline .... ....... 1 38 Browning, Liz ....,..,.......... 93, 138 Browning, Marsha .......,........,. 138 Bruek, Kathryn Lynn .58, 60, 70, 138, 214 Brucker, Robert ...................... 138 Bryan, Sharon A. ...,.......,...... 138 Bunker, ,lanice M, ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 138 Burns, Byron T. ........ 14, 60, 63. 92, 138 Burns, Diane ....,,,,., ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 1 38 Burrell, Nicholas A. ...... 77, 138 Burrows, Linda Sue .,.......,.... 157 Bush, Kenneth D. ...,...... 13, 131, 138, 208 Byers, Deidre ,lo .................... 138 Byers, Nina Sue ..........,.,. 86, 138 1. 1 Cable. Roy E. .,...........,.... 60, 138 Cammaek. .ludith Ann ,,,, 86, 89 138, 213 Campbell. Carol Ann ,... 560, 62, 63. 64, 65, 67. 71, 76, 84, 138 Campbell, Carolyn Sue ..,..... 138 Capes, Steven .....,.... 61, 108, 138 Curley, Stephen W. .,.,,..,,,.,,, 139 Carmack, Sherry Lynne ..,.,... 139 43 30 28 22 24 34 64 33 Carroll, Clarence David .... 7, 14. 32, 60. 03, 69, 89, 139 Carson, Cheryl Kay ........ 86, 90, 91, 139 Carter, Ronnie W. .............,.... 139 Carter, Vicki ,.........,. 61, 72, 129, 134, 139 Cassidy, Michael Edward .,.. 139 Chambers, Dennis ..,,,,,. 105, 139, 203 Chapple, Paul R. .... ....... 1 57 Chaves, Remedios ,l. ..,.......... 139 Chaves, Tony .......................... 139 Cherry, Anthony ,l. ....... 157 Chilson, Patrieia A. .,.,.......... 139 Chubb, Carolyn Sue ...,,.. 157 Clark, Bob .,..,...,.. ,.,, .,,,,,, 1 3 9 Clark, Diana Lynn ....,.. 139 Clark, Linda ..,......,,,.,,,, ,, ,,,, 139 Clemenz, Karen Sue .... 139 Cline, Erwin ,...,...,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 139 Coapstiek, Marsha Lee ...... .16. 58, 129, 139 Coeherell, Michael .,.,..., 139 Colley, ,lacqueline ,,.,........... 139 Cole, Carmen ..., .. 51 139 Cole, ,lanet .....,... ,... t 39 Cole, Susan ......... .... 1 39 Colvin, Boyd ..... ..,. 1 39 Combs, Connie .... 139 Combs, Kelly ....,...........,,..... 139 Conner, Terry Gene .,.,,,,, 93 139 Cooney, Ronnie ............ .... 1 57 Conray, Mary Ann ....,. 139 Cottrell, Juanita Lynn .,.. 157 Cottrell, Larry .,........ 84 87, 139 Cowan, Dennis R. ...,..,, .... 1 40 Cowan, Virginia Lynn 140 Cox, David ........................... 140 Cox, ,lerry . .............. 79 140 22 Cox, Victoria ...... 90, 93, 95, 140 Cranlill, Cinda Sue ..........,..... 140 Cranlill, Don ..,...,.....,.,..,.,,,,,., 157 Crapple, Ccnstance C. ,,,,,,,,,, 140 Crawley, Michael ,... 78, 92, 140 Crump, Christina L. ,.,..,.,,,.,.. 140 Crute, Anita ....,. 39, 60, 86, 140 Cummings, Etta Lee ....,.,.,,.,.. 140 , L ly . Dailey. Virginia Sue .,.,.. 85. 1f0 Daniel, Mike ..........,, 62, 64 65, 70, 71, 110 Davis, Barbara Jo ,,,,..., 135, 140 Davis. Donald A. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 76, 79. 140 Davis, Kenneth ,,......,,....,,,... 140 Davis, Melinda ....,...., 62, 71 75, 78. 140 Davison, Ronald W. ..., ..,, 1 40 Day, Patrick A. ....,...,,..,,,,,,,, 140 DeBurger, Michael R. ....,,., 110 DeCaro. Jeanne Marie ...,,.... .64 83, 110 Delfelice, Sandra Lynn ..,,... .58, 64, 77, 85, 140 DcX1ond, Catherine ..,,,,,...,, 157 Dcnson, Cynthia Anne ..,,.... 140 Deputy, Pamtla Sue ,,..,.,, 78 81. 128, l"0 Dicks, Ronald ,..............,,,.... 157 Dietz. Karen .lean .,,, 10. 29 32 61. 79. 89. 90. 92. 128, 1'0 Dietz. Peggy l.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.., 1 ,,,,, 140 Dine, Robert A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 72, 105. 127. 1'0 Dobbs, John A. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 140 Donahue, Jolm ,,,,,,.,,,,, 51 69, 88. 110 Downs, Judith Ann .....,....,,,. 140 Drake, Janis .,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 51, 140 Drey, Gina Kathryn ,,,,,,,A,,A, 141 Driver, Warren Dexter ,,.,....,. 157 Drury, Stephen M. ,,,,, ,.,.... 1 41 Duff, James Jr. ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,, 1 41 Duggins, Larry .,,.,... . ,,,,, 141 Duncan. Dianna ....,..... ....... 1 41 Durocher, David R. ..,. ........,,, 1 41 Duzan, Roberta A. ,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,, 141 Dye. Ed ......,,.,..,, 51, 89. 96, 141 . E L Eason, Donna ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 141 Edwards, Steven William ,,,,,, 58, 124. 141 Ellison, Elizabeth Jean .,,,,..... 82. 86.141 Emery, Sue Ann .,,,,,,.,.,,,, 84, 141 Erath, Donald Richard .... 80, 141 Eshman, Gary Richard ......,. 141 Estridge, Erie ,lay ....,... 105, 114, 115, 127, 141 Everman, Ron ,,,,,,,,,...,,,.,.,, 157 Eyles, Dorothy .1. ...,. ,,,..., 1 41 L F L Failing, Catherine ,loan ,,,.,,,, 141 Farmer, Michael ,.....,,.,.,,, 45, 157 Faulkner, Jonell ..,,,. 90, 93, 141 Faux, Rehecca Ann .,,,.... 42, 141 Federle, Gregory J. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 141 Ferguson, Bruce ...,..... . ,.., 157 lferguson. Mikael l.. ..., . 1 I1 Ferguson. Susan .....,... 93. 141 Fernandes, Williaitii E. .......,,. 141 l"erre1l, Lana .,.... 64, 84, 87, 141 Field, Laura Christine ,,,,.,..,.,, 51, 64, 141 SENIOR INDEX Eillion, Sheila ............ 91, 92, 94. 95, 141 Fisher. Jeffrey Brooks ,.,,,.... .58, 60. 134. 141 Fisher, Robert Lee ....,,,,..,... 141 Fisher, Williatii Lee ..........., 142 Flater, Larry ,....................,.. 142 Fleshood, Ronald ,,,......,,. 90, 142 Flike, Karen ........................,. 142 Ford, Cydney ...,,,.,,.,,...,..,,,,,, 142 Eosnight, Lynda Darlene .... 142 Foster, John R. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 142 Foster, Sharon Kay ......,. 43 84, 142 Foster, Stephen A. ..,..,..,,.... 157 Foueh, Diana ,,...,...,.......... 93, 142 Frank. Kathryn A. ...........,.... 142 Franklin, Jane D. ,.,...,,..,. 51, 142 Fret man, Cheryl L. ....,,,.,,,,,, 142 Fuchs, Lt-titia J. ,.,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,, 1 42 Fultz. Carolyn Sue ,,,, , ......, 142 Furgason. Roselyn L, 11,,,,11,,,, 142 Euson, Bonnie Janeane .,,,,,.... 60, 62, 70, 71, 76, 80. 142, 223 L C Gallagher. Francis W. ...... 6, 85, 142 Gardner, Bonnie Collen .,,,,,,. 60. 142 Gersontle. .lanis Lynn ,,.,., 63, 90 98. 142 Cillilantl. liarbara G. ., 86, 142 Glenn. Linda ....... ...61, 90, 142 GluH, Sharon Louise ,,..., 142 GoHinet, Terry ....,....,,....,...... 142 Gordon. Richard ,,..,..,.,,,,,.... 112 Grahham, Dick ,,,....... 15, 60, 92, 98. 110. 127, 142 Graves, Susanna ,,,...,, 82, 83, 90, 93, 142 Gray, Bob ...,,.., 32. 58. 105, 142 Green, Judy ,,,.,.,,,,,,,1, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 42 Griffin, Greg ,,,,,,,,,,1,,,, ,,,, 1 43 Griner. Caterina Anna .... 157 Grounds. Michael ....... .. 143 Groves, Anne .........,.. .... 1 43 Guinn, Connie ,,,, , 143 Guthrie, Greg ,,... , ., 1-13 L H , , Haas, Phil ..........,..,,,.. .,,,, 1 43 Haehl. Cathy ...,,,,,,.. .... . 143 Haehl. Kenneth R. ..,,.,,.,,,,,, 143 Halcomh. Kathryn ,,..,.... 82 83. 84. 143 Hale, Lanny .......,...... 58, 60, 143 Hall, Helen ,...,.,,,,,, 6, 60, 62 74, 75. 143 Hall, Mark ,..,..,..,.,,,,, ,,,,, 8 1, 143 Hamilton. Dennis I.. ....,,.,.,, 114, 115. 127. 143 Hammond, Jackie .......... 90, 143 Hammond, Marion ,, ,,,,,,,,, 143 Hanson, Lloyd ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Harkins, Melissa ...,........ 86, 143 Harlan, Cynthia .,...,.. 39, 60, 63. 78. 143. 212 Harman, 'llhercsa Dawn ........ 51, 143 Harrison, Ronald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Hartfelter, Kittie L , ,90, 93, 143 Hartley, Robert C. ,,,, 63, 64, 68. 69. 98. 99, 143 Hartman, Susan Jane ..,, ,60, 95, 14-3 Haulman, Gerald A. ...,.,..,..,.. 157 Hazlctt, Robert .,,,.....,. ,.,. 1 43 Heckart, Barbara J. .............. 143 Henderson, Cathy ........ ....... 1 57 Hensel, Sue .......,...... ....... 1 43 Hergett, Phil L. .........,.......... 143 Hess, John David ............ 64, 96, 143. 197 Hess, William Russell ..........., 60, 63. 84, 88, 98, 144 Hicks, Larkin ......,......,.. ,...,,. 1 57 Hillery, Pam ..,,,,.. 7, 58, 61, 144 Hillier, John A. .....,.....,........., 144 Hindman, Jim .,,............... 64, 144 Hinkle. Georgeann ........ 90 93, 144 Hixon, Sue Anne ...... 61, 63 86, 90. 93, 144 Hoffman, Sharon Kay ....,. 61 98, 144 Holliday, Doris Mae ,,,,,,,,,,,, 144 Holm, Donald R. ..........,.....,. 144 Holman. Alfred C. ..,.,.., 96, 144 Horner, David H. .,,, .,,,,,,,, 1 44 Howe, Brenda Sue ,........, 60, 144 Hoyt, Judith E. .,.......,,,...,,,,, 144 Huddleston, Joyce ,,....,,.,,, 12 85, 129, 144, 194 Hudson, Williatn E. ........ 10 61, 68. 69. 78. 80. 81. 82, 144. 192 Hulse, Nancy ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 44 Hungerford, Jacquelyn Joy, 12. 62. 75. 78, 1-I4 Huron, John ..,,, ,,......... 7 8, 141 Hurst. Stephen James .,.,, L 144 Hustedt, Richard .....,. ..... 1 -1-4 Hutchcraft, Linda ,.., ,.... 1 44 Hynes, Linda Marie ....... 144 L 1 L L lnman, Lorene Susan ,.,..., 144 lrwin, June Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 144 lsenhower, Connie Sue .....,.... 144 lsenhower, Sue Ellen .....,..... 144 LJ L Jackson, Steve ......., 32, 73, 104, 105, 144 Jarboe, ,James ll. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 144 Jarhoe, Jan ..,..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145 Jarrett, Melody Ann ....,. 93, 145 Jay, Sarah Katharine ,,.,...,..,, 145 Jeffries, Steven ...... 58, 145, 189 Jennings, Linda Jean .......... 145 Jensen, Thomas .............,,,.,,,,, 157 Johantgen, Mary Lou ,,,,......,. 145 Johnson, Barbara Kay ,,,,,,,,,, 145 Johnson, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 45 Johnson, Dennis ...... .....,,,,, 1 57 Johnson, Joyce Ann ,.....,...,,,, 145 Johnson, Joye Ann .,.,.... 85, 145 Johnson, Larry Douglas ...... 145 Johnson. Patricia Joan ,.,.,,,,.. 86, 145 ,1ohnson, Peter L. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 80, 92. 145 Johnson, Rita Kay .......... 60, 63, 76. 88, 89, 98. 145 Johnson. Sarah Lou ..,...145. 192 Jones. Jayne Elizabeth ......,... 36, 58, 96. 98. 145 Jones, Joseph ......,........... 98, 157 ,1ones, Robert .......................... 145 Jones, Sharon Elaine ,,.. .85, 145 . ,K Kaiser, Charles W. ................ 145 Kamps, Hans Wilhelm .... 13, 27, 58, 59, 88, 145 Karns, Jim ....,................,,..,.. ,145 Kassing, Ellsworth L. ..... ,..... 1 57 Katzenberger, Marcia ..........,. 145 Kebel, Paul C. ........................ 145 Keller, Bennie J. ............ 96, 145 Kelly, Sue ..,,......... ,.,...,,..,,,, 1 45 Kelly, Vicki Louise ............,... 145 K5lsay, Charlotte ...,....,,., 99, Kemp, Carol Marie .....,.. 92, Kemper, Bruce ...... 85, 146, 1 45 145 203 Kendall, Steve A. .................. 146 Kernodle, Brenda Sue ..,....... 146 Kilgore, Jacklynn .,.........,,.,, ,146 Kingery, R. H. ...,....,,,,,,.,,,,, 4 14, 110, 146 Kinnaman, Roselynn Ann .. .146 Kinnear, Dennis ..,.,......,..,,,, ,146 Kinney, Janice ..,,...,,,,....,.. 79 86, 128, 146 Kirk, Lon ....... ......,,.... . 146 Kissel, John .....,,.., ,..,, , 157 Kissel, Susan ,,.,,..,,... ,,,,,,,, , 146 Klein, Pamela Lynn ........ 61 79, 128. 146 Klier, David .......... ....... 9 6, 146 Knoop, Gary .,,,,...,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,, , 146 Koester, Betsy L. .......,,....... .146 Kraege. Richard ...... 60, 92, 146 Kruwell. Joyce .......,,,,,..,,,, 79, 92. 128, 146 Kyle, Rod ........... ,..,........ . 146 , . L. L Lake, Dennis ...,......,, 60, 99, 146 Lambert. Evelyn Jane .... 67, 76, 86, 135, 146 Lane, Craig .......................... .146 Lanteigne, Helen Joyce ..... 575, 146 LaPrees, Roxanna ................ .146 Larson. Don ............ 84, 87, 135. 157, 213 Law, Stephen E. ......,....,...... .146 Lawhead, Seretta ..........,. 51, 146 Ledgerwood, Linda .......... 58 90. 98, 146 Lee, Richard Earl ..,............. .146 Lee, Ronald ............,.,....,...... .146 Leipnitz, Karol Lynn .,,... 64, 67, 83. 84, 87. 146 Lemcke, Sherri .......... 51. 63, 88. 89. 147 Levi, Carol ..........,..,,. 51, 99, 147 Lewis, John B. ,....,..........,,,... .157 Light, Michael E. ..,..,.... 127, 147 Lindsey, Rita ..,. ,....,,... 8 6, 147 Linville, Bill ,...... ............ . 157 Linville, Nancy ..... ......,..... . 147 Linxwiler, Donna .....,...... 86, 147 Linzer, Carol .................... 60, 147 Liston, ,Janet Sue ........ 125, 147, 211 Locke, Ginny ....,..,,, 79, 128, 147 Loftin, Bob ...........,...,.............. 147 Long, Robert ,.....,..... 60, 79, 81, 88, 147 Lostutter, Lynda Lee ............ 147 Louden, Richard ..........., 44, 147 Lounsherry, Robert ................ 157 Loveless, Pam ....... .......... 1 47 Lowe, Steve ............................ 147 Ludick, Stephen ............ 127, 147 Lynn, Peggy ...... 14, 69, 95, 147 L M L Bladinger, Judy ,.....,........ 58, 60, 134, 147 Mahler, Terrill W. .......... 78, 83, 147 Mahnesmith, James T. ,,,A...A 127. 1117 Mainguy, Marie . ...,,........A 147 Malia, Mark ....... ........,......... 1 57 Mansbach, Sue .,..,,.. 93, 99, 147 Martin, Cynthia ...,... 84, 147 Martin, Paul ........ ........... 1 47 Martz, Geiorge ..,....... ....... 1 47 Martz, Karen ..,.,....................A 147 Mason, Stephen Craig .... 80, 147 Masters, Terry ........................ 157 Mayes, Linda .........r.. 60, 61, 67. 85, 87, 147, 202 McCawley, Marjorie ............ 128. 148, 194- McCormick, .JUl1I1 ....,..,.... 60, 92, 127, 148 McDaniel, Alan R. ...,...... 64, 78, so, 85, 88, 135, 148 McElfresh, Florence ..,........... 148 McKay, Scott ....,..... 60, 134, 148 McKee, Timothy ..,... 38, 78, 148 McLean, Terry L. .........,.. 84, 148 McLin, Sandra ...........,......,,.... 148 Mc1V1ahan, Frank .,,.... .,..... 1 57 McNeely, Ronald ....... ,...,.. 1 57 McS11ay, Don H. ..,,..........,..... 148 Meador, Bonnie Sue .......... 63,90, 92, 148, 205 Meara, Richard C. .....,,, 81, 110, 148 Nledlock, Marsha An11 ..., 86, 148 Melby, Alan ,......... 5, 14, 58, 59, 60, 63, 94, 134. Melcher, Bob ..,,.... 103, 105, Melcher, Rich ..,,,...,,.,..,,..... Merritt, Vicki ..,..,,..,......., 20, Meschke, Carl ...,.........,.. 105. Meyers, Ja111es .,...,.. 23, 94, 127. Middleton, Doug .........,....... Mikosz, Joseph ......,....,..,...,... Miles, John M. .,..,. 124, 127, Miller, Ed ..,.,,.....,......,,.. 114, Miller, James ., Miller. Janice .... ,....,... Miller, Patricia ....,,....,......,.,.. Miller, Robert ....,... 87, 127, Miller, Sandra ...,..,..,..,.....,,.,., Miller, Stanton R. ..,,..,,.. 14, 69, Milli, Harold J. ........ 58, 60, 148 Milliser, Linda Susan .......,.... Minnick, Richard ,,.....,....,..... Mischenko, Greg W. ....,....,... . Mitchell, Mike A. ,,.... . Mitchell, Mike V. ,.,.,. . Montgomery, Jill ,.,.,,.......,,.,,,, Montgomery, Stephanie Moran, Gary ..,....,.,...,.,..,,,,.... Moran, Sharon .,.......,.........,.. Morelock, Rowena Joyce .,,,. 91. Morgan, Bob ........,,....,........... Morris, Mona ..,,.,.,,.,. 90, 91, Morrison, Anita Kay ...,....,.., Mosley, Steve ...,.,,...,.,.....,....,.. Moss, Ed ..,...,,...,,,......,.. ,....,,, Mounce, Robert ,,,,... .,...,,. Mueller, Cary ,,.... ........... Mullins, Phyllis ......,....,.. 98, Mulree, Linda Lorraine Murphy, Danny C. ,.,. . Murray, Cheryl Lea ..,,.. Murray, Cheryl Lyn ,..,... Mutter, Jeff ....... ........ 8 5, 7f50.' SENIOR INDEX -exgw Nay, lleollrey ,,,,,,,,.,,, 60, 63. Neal, Madelyn Sue ,,,,,,,.,.,.,, . Nelson, Barbara 111111 ,,,. ,.... Nelson, Pam ,,.,,,......,, 51, 92, Nestler, Sandra .,,,.....,..,..,,..,.. Newhouse, Petra Kay ,........ . Newkirk, Cary ....,.....,............. Newman, Richard ..,....... 60, Nickel, Cary ....,, 60, 81. 83, Nickerson, Janine .........,,...,,. . Nixon, Norma ...,...,,.,.......,,.... Nommenson, Gayle ....,,,,........ Novicki, David C. ,.......,, 84, 4 U ,, - O'Conner, Kim ......,,.. 58. 92 O'De1l, David Warren ,... 45, Odell, Robert ....... .....,. 7 8, Olsen, James .....,.,.,...,.........,,. O'Nei1, Alan Dale .,.,.... 124, Orrego, Margot ,,,,.,., 13, 58, 71, 125, 150. Osborn, Kenneth Duane .,,... 111-9 1119 111-9 1.19 11.9 149 157 149 149 149 150 150 150 98, 150 150 1.50 150 1,50 59. 201 150 Osborne. Robert Daniel ....,.,, 14. 60, 69. 135. 150, 201 Osterhage, Sandra ,Io ,,.. 60, 150 Overmeyer, Bill ...,,,........ 84. 150 OWCII, James Henry ,,,,.,,, 96, 150 Owens, Angela ....,,.,., ....... 1 50 Owens, Victor R. ..,... ....... 1 50 L- P 1 , Page, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,.. f 32, 150 Palmes, ,lo Ann .... .,,.,.,..., 1 50 Parham, Linda ......., ......,.... 1 50 Parker, Richard E. ...,...... 90 91. 150 Parnell, Sandra .,,, ,........,.... 1 50 Parrish, Donna ,,,,...,,,.,,........, 157 Pasehall, Mdl'ldl1 ...... 60, 84, 87, 150. 158 Paster, Rebecca L. ....,,.,..,,.,,. 150 Patterson, Jolie YV. .,,,,.,,,,,..... 157 Pauli, Pamela Kae .......... 63 86, 90, 91, 98. 135, 150 Payne, Lucinda Lee ........,,.,.. 150 Peck, Jin1 ,..........,,,..,,....,, 96, 150 Pell, Bill .,.....,,,.... 66, 67, 84, 87. 127, 135, 150 Penman, William .................. 157 Pennington, Peter M. .,,,,,....,. 150 Pepino, Susan R. ............ 39. 157 Perkins, Mike ........................ 151 Perry, David .....,...... 61, 75, 151 Perry, Mark A. ...................... 1.51 Peters, John A. .,..... ..,,.,. 1 57 Peterson, Bill ......,,....... ........ 1 51. Peterson, Harvey L. ..,,.,,,,..... 151 Philips, Ted ..........,...... ....... 1 51 Phillips, William ........,........... 157 Pierce, Steven Charles ......,.., 151 Pinegar, Ralpl1 F. .................. 151 Plopper, Michael ............ 92. 105. 114, 115, 127. 151, 214 Porter, Brenda ......., 99, 125, 151 Porter, Charles ,......,..,,....,..... 151 Porter, Cemaline .................. 151 Porter, Stephen ...................... 151 Powell, Janice ,....,,,.. 51, 99, '51 Powell, Joyce ..........., 51. 99, 51 Prather, Cindy .,,,.............. 12. 58, 151, 212 Presley, Janet ........................ 1.51 Preston, Debourah Lee .,..,,,.. 86, 151 Preston, Rosy ........ ...51, 63, 125. 128. 131. 151. P11-sto11, Tom .,,, 1.14, l,l'llI'll11l'll, Bt-xerly .. ., Pugh, ,lames tlormlon .. -RM Rilltitfll, Nancy Lee ,,,,.,..,....., . Randall, Rita Kay ....,, 9, 12. 59, 78. 85, 128, 86, 201 151 151 157 151 58, 151 Reamer, Joan Claire ..,..... 60, 62, 63, 70, 76, 78, 80 88, 98. 151, 208 Redniontl, ,ludy ..........,......,,... 151 Reed, Vicki ,........................... 151. Reider, John Christopher ,,.... 82, 83, 84. 135, 151 Reidy. Patriek Thomas ,.,,.... 19. 81, 151 Reisinger, Linda Mae ,,,, 60, 152 Resides, Lynda ....,......,,,., 71, 152 Reynolds, Ceorgianne ,..,....,, Riehards, Neil Stephen .,..,,.. Riehardson, Carol A. ,,,,,,,,,,, . Richmond, Travis Cene ,,,.... , Riley, Deborah ......,,...,.. Roberts, David Mark ..,.,. 61 95. 127. Roberts, E. Craig ..., ,,.,,, ,.... RobeI'IS. .lalnes ,,,,,,,, 32, 58, 62, 74, 75, 105, 127, Robertson, Brenda Cay ..,.... Robertson, Suzanne Kay ,..,.. Robinson. Patrieia Ann ,,.,... 152 152 152 152 157 70. 152 152 59. 152 .60. 152 152 83. 152 Roehl, R14-hard .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,..,..., 152 Romine, Paul .,.....,...,.....,.,....., 152 Roth, Cltristopln-1' 60. 64. 152 Routh, Vincent ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 152 Rowland, Linda Lee ,,,,....,..,.. 152 Royal, Sally Jo ,,.,............,..... 152 Russell, Ceralyn Lee .....,...,,, 152 Rustltoven, Esther Ruth .,,.,,., 61, 152 Ryba, Michael .,.. ,....,.. 1 52 Rypma, Keith ,..... ,,,,, . .152 Sadler, Carol ..,...., ........ 1 52 Salazar, Yvonne .... .,.,.,., 1 52 Sanders, Debbie ..... ........... 1 52 Sanders, Ricl1ard ......,,....,,.... 152 SZ'lIldt'l'SOI1, Sandy .,,... 9, 58, 59, 60, 61, 68, 69, 81, 134. 152 Schnek, Ronald .,..,....,,.,,,.,,.,,. 157 Schilling, Greg ,,,,,,,,,, 64, 78. 80, 152. 207 Schneider. John David ,.......,, 60, 92, 105, 127. 153 Sl,'11l'l"1llt'l'., Nancy Claire ...... 75, 76. 153 Schuh, Marilyn ..,..,...,...... 60, 153 Schulze, Aliee .,...,..,.,,... ....,... 1 53 Scliweiger, Li11da Kay ,,........., 12. 60, 78, 84, 98, 128. 153 Seiler, Margaret Susan ,.,...., 153 Selzer, John .....................,...... 157 Setnetnta. Joyce Diane ..,,..,, 153 Sl1ank, ,1LlI1t'l L. ...,.,,,....,, 99, 153 Sheely, Madeline ...., ......,.... 1 53 Shell, Loretta ......,... .,,.... 1 53 Shelton, Douglas ...,................ 1, 53 Shideler, Stephen Jerome ,,,, 60, 62, 75, 77, 135. 1.53 Shields, Ted ...............,..,,..,..... 153 Shoemaker, Carole ,,.......,...,.. 153 Shreve, Lindell ...................... 153 Silver, Melvin .......,.. 60. 92. 153 Slllllbwtlll, llarry . Sims, Suzanne .62 153, Si111lers, 'liattnis . . 86 93, 125, Sirtaer, Sllllllfil Kay ,,,, 1.86, Sissom, ,lane E. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 92, Sites, Howa1'd Ray ...... ..5 59, 75, 104. 153, Slain, Teresa A. ..,....,,,,,,, 83, Small, TUII1 ,,,,,. ..... , S111itl1, Linda ...,,,.. .,,... Smith, Patti ,,,,.... ,..,., . ..,.. . Smith, Roberta Elaine ,,,,... 93, Snapp, Kathy .lo ...... 61, 75 153. Snow. Sharon Sue ,,,,...,,,, 90 93, Sohn, Vicki Lynn .,,,..........,. Solberg, Beret Marie ,.,,..,,, 90, 93. Sorenson, Richard Neil .,,... Spoolstra, Cail A. ,.,.,,,.,,.. 60 82, 90, 92. 93. 98. Springer, Sonna ,60, 62 Squier. Caryl .,......., 12, 60 75. 78. 98. 128. Stapp, Kolleen L. ,,,., ,,,...... . Stark, Hallie .....,....,.,.. ,..,..., Steadman, Cregory H. ....... ., -1 v Q 157 10, 211 90. 1.1.1 153 153 58, 2051 153 153 153 153 .69. 153 98. 158 91. 153 151 .60. 151 157 80. 154 I-7. 154 6-I, 151 15-I 154- 154 Stough. Janet Sue .,......,...,..... 154 Stoughton, Ron ....., 23. 73, 127, 154 Strachan, Steve ,..,..,....,... 151 Strange, Ellen ,..,,.. 51, 154 Strawn. Sherry ...... ......,........ 1 5-1 Sl1'Ull1f'., Karen ..,,....,. 51. 92, 93, 154 Strother. Crystal Elaine ,,,... 154 Stroud, Marilyn Ruth ,,,,.,.,.,.. 154 Sueberkrop, Erik ...,...,,,.. 61, 154- Sullivan, Ellen S1lLll't'f'1l ....,, 15-1 Sllll1l116l'l0l. Terry ..., .1157 SUl11l11l'1'S, ,loltn ,...,.. ......., 1 5-1 Sumter, Terry ........,,,.. ...,.... 1 54 Survant, Barbara Jean ,,....,,.. 61, 76, 154 Sweet. Betsy ,....,.,..,.......,, 51. 151 . -T, - Tabb. Cheryl A. .............,,,,.,, 154 Talbot, Terry ..........., 65, 67, 72, 84, 87. 151 Taylor. Carol ,luditli ..,,,,,..,.,,. 93, 99. 15-1 Taylor, ,lane Alice ,,,,,,,,,,,, 88, 90 154. 158 Tenney, Karis E. .,.....,.....,,,.. 154 rllllttlllllfl., Cynthia ,..,...,.,.. 99, 154 Tliomas, Diane ........,,.....,..,...,. 155 Tltontpson. David Mark ,,,l 1-. 60. 61, 77. 105. 110. 111. 127, 155 Tl1o111pson. Eddie ...,,,.....,,...., 155 Thompson, 7111111 .,,,......,..,,.,.,,,, 155 Tilson, Jack ....,..,,. ,,....,. 1 55 Tindall. Denny ,,....,,,............. 157 Tobias. Jay Joseph ....,,,. 58, 10-1. 114, 127. 155, 208 Travis, Salli Ann ,,,,.....,.. 78, 86, 128. 155 Trees, Robert tLi11 .,..,,.... 24, 155 Tribby, Mark ,.,... 73. 85. 155 Trump, Barbara Ann ...,..,.,,.. Tsehiren. Brenda Lee ,,,,,,.,.,.. Tygrett. Dana ....,.... .,,.,.., 155 155 1.14 LU- lfnger, Thomas C. ,,,33, 60, 78, 80, 81, 82, 155. llpdike. Thomas Timothy .-V, VanBuskirk, Daniel Nl. ....... , Vandiver, Sandra .,................ Vernler, VIVI .A,,.,..... ,..,,.... Vornholt, James ,.... ...,..,, ,Wi Waggoner, Stephen D. ..., 12, 63, 64, 68, 69, 77. 98. Walker, Charles ..,...,..,...,....,, Wallace, Charles Roy l........... Wallsmith, Jim ,,..,...,,A, 105, Walters, Michael ................,... Walters, Stephen R. ........... . Wann, Donald Ray .... .....,,. 69. 192 .155 155 155 157 155 60. 155 157 155 155 155 155 155 ' SENIOR INDEX Ward, Virginia Leigh ...... 51, 58, 59, 98, 155 Warner, John .................. 93, 155 Wasnidge, Marty ,........,........ 155 Weaver, Michael Earl ..,.,...., 155 Webber, Dianne L. .....,........., 155 Webster, Bill .......................... 155 Weimer, Paul E. .................... 156 West, Randy ...,r....,....,...,......, 156 Westerfelt, Sharon Kay ........ 98, 125, 156 Wheeler, Virginia Sue ......., 156 White, Pam ........,,,,..,...,,,..,.... 156 White, Paula ....,,.,.... .......... 1 56 Whittier, Bev ............,............. 157 Wilkerson, Pamela Louise .... 84. 156 Williams, Andrea Lynn ........ 156 Williams, Cara ...,..,............,.... 156 Williams, Craig Allen ,........, 127. 156 Williams, Jim ........ 61, 108, 110, 111, 127, 156 Williams, Norma Lynn ....,... 156 Williams, Paul R. ..,..,............ 156 Williams, Roy Dee ..... ........ 1 56 Williams, Sherry .,....... ,,..,... 1 56 Williams, Stephen .....,. ,......, 1 56 Wilson, Dale L. ....,,................ 156 Wilson, E. Alan ,,,............. 51 78, 81, 156 Wilson, Kenneth R. ........ 61 88, 156 Wilson, Mary .......,,.....,......... 156 Winslow, Leslie Ann ..,... 85, 92. 156 Wire, Linda ...... ...,...,,,,........ 1 56 Wishart, Susie ,,....,............, 156 Wood, Datlia .......... 98, 125, 156 Wood, Jackie ....,.........,........... 157 Woodard, Ben .......... 79, 81, 156 Word, Tom ......,. 78. 81, 82, 156 Workman, Karen E. .....,..... . H156 Worman, Steven Gregory ...... 156 Worsham, Donald F. ...... 78 Wright, Barbara Mae .......... 81. 157 ..l57 Wright, Colen Thomas .... 84, 87. Q 157, 213 -Y- Yager. Julie Anne .... 39, 98, 157 Yant, Cindy ..........,. 98, 128, 157 Young, Joanna ........................ 157 Young, Michael ,............. 60, 157 Youse. Lawrence N. ..,.., 10 58. 59. 81. 90, 104, 157. 204, 212 ,Z- Zody. 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