Arlington High School - Accolade Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1968
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Text from Pages 1 - 248 of the 1968 volume:
Arlington High School
There was a new breed of Golden Knight,
a serious, questioning youth. With his gleaming
Excalibur of knowledge he sought to slay the
dragons of ignorance and apathy that threat-
ened his gleaming Camelot. On the strong
foundation of guidance, he built a year, a year
that was one more step toward his four-year
quest, a year that was Knight-teen '68.
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A crowded auditorium comes alive on opening night for the audience
and the nervous cast of an Arlington production,
A centuries-old tool can be an aid to modern mathematicians, with
freshman Carol Hughes making use of an Oriental abacus,
A golden eagle reflects the glory of achievement when students face
the dragons of the crusacles with success.
Working scholars join socializing teens,
The Knight-scene is a study scene for jim Wheeler and Sue Bruton
as the seniors join in the work mood of '68,
The Knight-scene reflected King Arthurls Camelot
with an added touch-the spirit of ,68. The addition of
the new john Marshall High School made the round
table of Knights a smaller, more unified team.
By june of Knight-teen ,68, Arlington had gained a
friendly rival in Marshall and was joining with them in
a spirit of competition. Colden Knights and Patriots
welcomed this addition to the city.
Electrified with the excitement of athletics and
subdued in quiet study moods, the Knight-scene be-
came a picture of contrast. In the library and at home,
it was a thoughtful scene of homework, research, and
study. In a crowded auditorium and an overflowing
corridor, it bustled with student activity and sparkled
with the spirit of enthusiasm.
The lunchroom and the senior cafeteria reflected
different moods as the day-long study scene became a
forty-minute social scene for chattering Knights.
A quiet auditorium, a spirited cheerblock, a worried
sophomore, and an active classroom added to the
Knight-scene, coloring it as a continuous picture of
events. Senior class elections, the Christmas concert,
and the junior Prom completed the scene. A smaller
round table, a unified team became the spirit and the
theme of the Knight-scene '68.
Senior Diana Adams finds that well-timed cafeteria humor adds to
the Knight-scene '68 and a fortyeminute lunch break.
Busy Knights with a job to do add variety to the rapidly The Knight-scene is a continuous circle of activities, an endless picture of stu
moving, constantly changing Knight-scene '68, dents and events bursting with the spirit of Y68.
Working to "make the grade" sophomore Karen Montgomery is one of many students adding
biology studies to the Knight-scene,
Sophomore cadet Robert Phelps has an eye forthe future in the new uniform of the
Caught by the spirit of an exciting game, cheerleader
Candy Belden anticipates a touchdown play.
Goggles and a fire-resistant smock shield senior Glenn Bengert in the
chemistry lab as the student prepares a class experiment.
Reserve Officers Training Corps, an innovation in the curriculum.
Armed with campaign badges, senior Linda Friend adds dis-
tinction tothe Knight political uniform.
Distinctive armor labels the '6 Knight
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Tuned in on a pronunciation drill, French student Mary Ann Munch
finds an extensive language lab a valuable study aid.
an individual teen
A changing suit of armor gave the Knight-teen '68
his own seal of distinction. Colored with the black,
gold, and gray, the Arlington armor was worn with
pride. It glittered in the center spotlight, making the
Knight-teen ,68 an individual, a new breed of student,
a new breed of Colden Knight.
On the baseball diamond, this seal of distinction was
a tattered jersey. In the spotlight, it glowed as the
Oriental robes of the "King and In and sparkled with
the Shirley Temple dress of a senior girls' Talent
Show chorus line.
The Arlington armor was an upperclassmen's senior
ribbon, or a prom escortls carefully pressed tuxedo. It
was worn with pride by the Goldenaire, the athlete,
the scholar, and the musician.
Band members, graduating seniors, and high-
stepping marchers gave the suit of "Camelot" the style
which labeled it "Arlington" They added tradition to
fads and made a year worth remembering.
With respect for the past, and an eye for the future,
the individual Knight selected his suit of armor. Adding
identity to the seal of distinction, he kept pace with
the times as a Knight-teen '68,
On the football field, a gold and white jersey and a black helmet become the uniform for junior
Richard Meschke as he joins the hard-hitting Knight team for a home game.
A new generation of cadets salutes a past generation of soldiers as
they present the colors during the Veteranis Day parade,
A fledgling squadron has become a polished company during their
first hour long "march," the Veteran's Day parade.
ROTC cadets earn
in first-class corps
With precision drills, the Reserve Officers Training
Corps stepped proudly into the Arlington spotlight for
its first year in the curriculum.
The training course boasted an enrollment of 260
students, with nine girl sponsors participating in the
half-credit program open to Knights of all classes
interested in preparing for army service.
The students trained with 22 caliber rifles furnished
by the army, becoming expert 'isharp-shootersn on the
practice field. By the federal inspection in May, they
were a "Hrst-class outhtn with a color guard, drill
team, and rifle team, prepared for parade 'iactionf'
The Knights anticipated future henefits from their
ROTC training, including officer placement and leader-
In a few short months, the Reserve Officers Training
Corps established its traditions at Arlington and made
the organization an important addition to the Knight
A drilling color guard is u familiar sight on the Knight parking lot
as the cadets work to perfect their marching style.
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Under the careful scrutiny of junior sponsor Karen XVilkes, four Reserve Of- It's not hard to tell what group is marching past as principal
ficers Training Corps cadets try to achieve a perfect inspection rating, Ralph Cleve-nger glows with Knight pride.
Strict army discipline is maintained by Master Sergeant
William Pennington during the rigid student inspections.
VVar maneuvers and specific army tactics are included in the curriculum of
Knight cadets instructed by Master Sergeant Thomas Blackburn.
AFS participants add customs, culture,
In the spirit of competition, Steve Apple joined the
American Field Service program for students abroad
and emerged as one of the finalists destined for Ger-
many. Spending the summer with three families, he
returned to share with Knights the adventures of his
eight-week European travels.
Exchange students Britt Johansson and Felix D. Com-
padre also brought to the Knight social and academic
scene the customs of Sweden and Spain, an interna-
tional addition to an expanding Arlington.
Britt, with a Swedish accent and All-American en-
thusiasm, found a spot on the journalism staff, inform-
ing Knights about her country in a weekly newspaper
column, i'Continental Dividef, Felix, a future architect,
became interested and active in Arlington's architec-
tural drawing program.
Both students added momentum to the AFS program,
and with sponsor Audra Bailey, enjoyed an active year
in the United States.
As a cadet teacher, Britt Johansson adds an international touch to a
School 3106 classroom with her contrast of Swedish and American
schools, customs, and cultures.
Returning from Germany with a summer full of news, senior Steve
Apple is greeted by his mother and a giant " welcome home" sign,
Felix Compadre has found two helping hands in AFS sponsor Audra
Bailey and his American 'imotherf' Mrs. George Wilson.
Although Spanish architectures is centuries old, exchange student
Felix D, Compadre enjoys modern engineering. Working on a
"dream house." Felix ponders the drawing and then displays the
plan for approval from adviser Dewaine Metcalf and senior Mark
Enjoying game festivities. senior Lynn Tatum reigns as queen of the
196741968 Knight homecoming activities.
The man on top, assistant coach Steve Tegarden, spots weaknesses in
VVarren's defense from the pressbox and alerts coach Al Nowak.
Senior Frank Brown "reaches tor the skyu to catch a long pass during
the football contest with Warren
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with returning grads
Homecoming '67 sparkled with a panorama of
Knight-teens welcoming grads, decorating cars, and
joining in the spirit of competition.
lt glittered with an overflow crowd of watching
fans and glowed with the Knight gleam in the crowning
of a 1967,homecoming queen, Lynn Tatum.
Although the Knights lost the match, 21-9 to the
XVarren warriors, the spirit of good sportsmanship was
there, lighting the game, It glowed in the face of an
excited cheerleader, the screaming crowd, and a
struggling team. It was the spirit of '67, the growing
Unowi' spirit of Colden Knights.
A determined team donned its armor on the football
field, and an eager crowd cheered the efforts of the
hard-working griddcrs. Grads compared the upcoming
teens with the heroes of their high school days, and
Knights celebrated the achievements of their enthu-
siastic sportsrnen fighting for a victory.
Colorful cars sported the Arlington label in flowered
designs as the homeroom posters and Knight signs
were paraded before a cheering crowd. All the ele-
ments for an unforgettable game were there, the team,
the crowd, the formidable foe, in the spirit of a Golden
Knight homecoming '67,
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Homecoming means a special half-time ceremony for senior Hag Backing the team with a crowd-full of school spirit, Knight fans join
twirler Melinda Clark, as she salutes the Knight fans. returning grads for the contest with the Warren team.
Freshman homeroom 138 catches the enthusiasm of the crowd with their first place float entry.
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Junior Robyn Chamness COl0l'S an autumn SCGHC October means Halloween and pumpkins to seniors Bob Halcomb and Laura Saillant.
with the distinctive shades of Knight.
Lunch menus are ii mutter of personal utastel' for Michael Watts as
the junior takes time out for thought in the busy cafeteria,
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At Arlington. Knights learn to
balance individuality and unity.
The freedom of individual worship is enjoyed by
seniors Lynn Jansen and Fred Simmons.
junior class rings are the symbol of uupperclassmanshipu for students
achieving the third-year status.
Colden Knights leam loyalty at an early age, as Coldenaire mascot
Lisa Skinner and junior Peggy Klein will testify.
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All beginning freshmen Mknow the ropesu of the physical-education
program before they graduate to sophomore studies.
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For the page of Arlington, the first day, bustling with
activity, was an exciting introduction to Camelot. He
stumbled nervously through the halls, for ot his books,
and lost his locker combination, but he still managed to
keep the enthusiasm that would help him become a
By his sophomore year, the squire had Hlearned the
ropesi' of his growing school. He was mastering biology
and geometry and enjoying a busy schedule of events.
He had overcome the self-consciousness of the bungling
page, and was ready for his inititation into the round
table of Golden Knights.
In his junior year, the Knight received the distinc-
tion of upperclassmen-a class ring. He glowed with
pride and looked forward to his achievement of
useniorityf' The junior attended his first prom, earned
his driveris license, and explored college campuses.
He had Usurvivedw the problems of the underclassman,
and was preparing for his role as a school leader.
"Seniority" was a golden word, reserved only for.
Golden Knights. After four years of work, the senior
had reached his final year. This was a special year, a
time for looking ahead and nostalgically looking back.
He was loyal to the school that had guided him
throu h four years, and had helped him successfully
compkete the stages of Knighthood.
"Wheeling and dealing" senior politicians prepare for a nationalist
convention during the hectic mock elections.
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A calorimeter helps sophomores Mike Mummey and Bill Anthony
understand the problems of scientific calculation.
Career-minded Susie Grisell is getting a "headstart" on her voca-
tional plans in the Knight cadet teaching program.
Knight-owls reflect the changing mood
Senior Lynn Jansen enjoys "knowing the answer" as senior Marc
jones and john Lappas applaud her timely response,
Late period classes begin to show their effect on jun-
ior Debbie Walls as she nears the day's end.
To accomplish a maximum amount of work, senior Charles Niles
keeps a backlog of pencils in hand for use in trigonometry.
After setting the five-minute track rccord from music to English,
tried feet relax as students study.
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VVith a well-worn pencil in hand, the Knight-owl
perched above a mid-semester exam. He scratched his
head, looked at the clock, and wondered who fought
the Battle of Hastings in 1066. He worked and
worried, knowing some answers, forgetting others.
Before test time, the Knight-owl was a part of the
study scene '68, He spent hours in research at home
and in the library. He memorized Emersonys "Com-
pensationf, learned the solubility rules of Chemistry
II, mastered the slide rule, and practiced the conjuga-
tion of German verbs. His mood changed with the
period, the class, the day.
His permanent goal remained the same. He was
preparing for the future, for a job, or college. He was
mastering French, home ec., or calculus.
The Knight-owl distinguished himself as a scholar
and a citizen on the academic scene. VVhether his
highest mark was an "AH or a he set his sights
on an education and worked to achieve. He reviewed,
studied, and questioned to become an important part of
the Knight-scene ,68. X
On the birth of discovery, senior Karen johnson knows the agony of
trying to solve a problem "just out of reach", the frustration of
"One more time" is the theme of Mr. Thomas Dobb's study mood as
he instructs beginning algebra students in the problems of math.
sending the mind into uncharted territory, and the gratitude of help
from a knowledgable friend, senior Brent Price.
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Brown County picnics break the Knight study scene for seniors Dean Teter and Serving as part-time waiter for the pizza crowd, senior jim Carr
Karen Loman when the spring weather permits. balances the after-school treat for hungry friends.
of learning enlivens scene
Losing the "stay awake" battle,
senior Steve Rice takes a nap in
a late-period study hall,
"Moonlight and Mistletoen intrigues Knights at the annual National
vith fun, excitement
The lighter side of learning sparkled with excitement,
humor, and enthusiasm. It was a dual scene of proms
and prose, of picnics and participles.
The lighter side was a break from serious study, a
change for scholars. It included Knights having fun at
victory celebrations and on college weekends, It encom-
passed the familiarity of students and teachers cheering
in the stands for a worthy team.
The antics of an intramural squad, an over-enthusiastic
football cheering section, spirited freshmen 'Kdecking the
hallsu at Christmas time-these were the factors that
merged for a complete year.
The spirit and humor were there with the first snow-
ball fight, the last bite of an ice-cream bar, a white prom
orchid. At the Student Council "Turnab0ut,', an after-
school hang-out, and basketball sectionals, Knights took
advantage of the break from term papers, mid-semester
exams, and homework.
l with the frivolous antics of teens.
i The lighter side of learning was a scene of enjoyment,
of students having fun, balancing intellectual pursuits
Painting the "Knight Train to Talenti' is an after-school chore for
Accolade staffers Anitra Clark and janelle Nesbit.
Parents squeeze on ps chedelic shoes
Parents discuss the problems and rewards of progressive education
during an Open House ubreakn in the cafeteria.
The well-equipped language labs intrigue parents of Golden Knights during an
OPT Open House. Taking the place of his daughter in French I, Mr. Robert E.
Carter tries to comprehend a dialogue in the beginning class.
of 368 generation
Parents-the deans and disciplinarians, the doting
fathers and worried mothers, rang the school bells again
at basketball games and open houses.
They tried the younger generations shoes on for size
and found that the styles had changed for a psychedelic
generation of Colden Knights.
Struggling to meet Arlington deadlines, they shuHleCl
down corridors, arrived late to uclassfl and misplaced
their schedules-closing the generation gap with the
In a stadium built through their donations and pledges
of 867,800 dollars, they cheered for the hard-hitting grid-
iron contestants and remembered their own high school
days of football.
With the spirit of their younger counterparts, Arling-
ton parents became a part of Knight-teen '68
Olhcers William Fishback, treasurer, Dan Conlin, sec-
ond vice-presidentg Donald Blue, first vice-presidentg
Charles Homann, president, Mrs. Irving johnsong
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recording secretary, preside over the 1967-1968 OPT
school and community activities.
Mrs. James Ellis reveals the agony and the ecstasy of being the wife of a wrestling
coach, cheering the boys in victory and defeat. Caught by the excitement, she reacts
with pride and prejudice as the matmen battle it out on the gymnasium Hoor.
Parent-teacher communication is cemented through Open House activities
and personal talks by English teacher Miss Louise Padou.
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Knight-teen '68 used his armor in a - an battling with
a pen of Knowledge in a quest for Truth. M
Knights never outgrow their need for study as
senior Karen Hovarter will testify.
Beginning band members must practice to perfect their musical style in
solos, duets, and trios to prepare for professional performances.
In advanced English classes, fledgling authors Marion Stafford and Laura
Saillant wait for advice from instructor Miss Louise Padou.
The "between classes crowdi' fills
the court during period breaks,
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"Pinning down the important facts," junior history stud
Marks and joan Lancello utilize visual study aids.
Current events interest social studies department head john Morris
as he locates world trouhle spots,
'KWhen I was in the Navy . . United States history teacher Mr.
Ralph Bailey recounts his experiences of World War ll.
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Panels Csound oil,
on current issues
with social studies
From Viet Nam to the Common Market, social
studies classes discussed the "whys" of current issues.
Delving below the surface, reporting of race riots,
military regimes, and political maneuverings, seminars
became open debates on controversial stands.
Using the courses as a "sounding boardn for dis-
cussion, World and United States history enthusiasts
related past events to today's problems.
An insight in communication became the goal of
psychology courses, while government and economics
classes explored the mechanics of government.
Through this extensive social studies curriculum, the
current events critic questioned simple puzzles to be-
come more adept in the art of inquiry. He pondered
the relationship of people and events, developing his
ability to analyze world situations.
Under the direction of department head john Morris,
the fourteen faculty members led the student panels,
inviting the members to "sound oil" with responsible
opinions on world events.
Mock elections prepare future citizens for responsible voting,
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The fine art of second grade coloring is recaptured by senior Sue
Crisell as she practices for a teaching profession.
The world of the "ouija boardn mystifies students in Mr.
Forest Witsman's mind-exploring psychology classes.
Drilling her class in Spanish grammar techniques, Mrs. Mercedes
Portilla prepares the students for conversation in the language.
Conversational French is practiced by senior Corliss Yoder
with the guidance of Mr. john Katsarapoulos,
International problems are given student solutions by German linguists
Karen Thurston, Carol Patton, and Doug Cootee.
Linguists develop international accent
with world studies
Multi-lingual Knights were the building blocks of
world peace and posterity. They were the cement which
would hold fast crumbling nations and strengthen the
international ties of a world. 1
To attain speaking fluency in a useful language,
French, Spanish, German, and Latin majors took from
two to eight semesters of the course.
Linguists who wished to broaden their use ofthe Eng-
lish language explored Greek and Latin derivatives in the
special, one-semester program.
With an opportunity to study overseas, serious lan-
guage students explored the American Field Service
program for students abroad and the Indiana Univer-
sity Honors Program. Expanding their interests to
after-school activities, they also engaged in the inter-
national banquet and club meetings.
The lack of communication may have placed a barrier
in medieval times, but in the fast pace world of today,
language students strove to bridge the already narrowing
Tape recorders provide a different method of learning for Spanish stu-
dents Nancy Villarreal and Larry Howell.
Inspiring students with Roman and Creek culture and explaining lan
guage roots are the goals of Mr, George Feldman.
ew courses program business majors,
Daily practice in class with new dictation tapes enables senior Sandy
Lee to improve her speed and skills in shorthand.
Putting her filing knowledge into practice, senior Kathy Sheehan has
mastered a skill necessary for a secretarial career.
for computerized era
A stenographer takes dictation, an accountant bal-
ances his books, and a secretary punches the keys of a
data-processing machine. Using the skills acquired in
the Business Education Department, todayis Knights
will lead tomorrowis business world.
The Business Education Department not only pre-
pared Arlington students for careers in business, it
also gave them the practical knowledge they could
use in any vocation or career they might select.
Beginning students elected either General Business
I or Typing I as their introduction to business. Those
Knights envisioning a computerized society enrolled in
one of the newer courses in the business curriculum,
Although most girls developing secretarial experi-
ence took typing, shorthand, transcription, and clerical
practice, seniors achieving a high standard in those
subjects were allowed to take Accelerated Senior
Secretarial Training, an honors course.
Enrolled in a vocation-minded department, business
students acquired valuable career experience.
In spite of Mrs. Earlene Cougill's efforts, business law is not always an "eye
opener" for students on sleepy Monday mornings.
Senior secretarial students polish shorthand and typing skills in an
advanced, double-period, double-credit course.
Nancy Boarman and Vicki Stuckey learn the techniques of
preparing and maintaining files in the beginning courses.
Clerical practice emphasizes efficient tabulation and acceler-
ated recording for senior Kitzi jones,
Builders of tomorrow design job future
The intricate details of a diflicult woodcraft project are the main
concern of industrial arts student Chuck Caves.
File in hand, senior Bill Shulz utilizes the protectice
goggles provided in the metal shop.
in industrial training
Mass production, the key to the development of the
Industrial Revolution, was introduced this year in the
Industrial Arts Department.
Woodcraft enthusiasts learned the problems and the
advantages of mass production as well as the details of
a career in labor.
Vocation-minded metal workers and future electri-
cians also enjoyed the erasing of archaic teaching pro-
grams with an updated curriculum. They utilized new
tests and learned from fresh examples developed in
twentieth century research, gaining knowledge and
experience in the labs.
They not only gained practice in the mechanical
arts, but also added an understanding of the blue-collar
working world of the United States.
Instructors went beyond soddering problems into
labor-relations seminars, offering the future mechanic
a broader view of his chosen vocation.
Whether in the wood shop or the electricity curric-
ulum, the carpenters, electricians, and architects
worked for a future in industrial arts.
The well-equipped industrial arts labs enable craftsman jim Carter
complete an extensive class assignment.
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the career-oriented industrial arts department.
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Scale model construction is included in senior Elmer Hesse's shop studies with
. the instruction of industrial arts teacher Mr. Dewaine Metcalf.
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CD0-it-yourself, department intrigues girls
Setting an attractive table is only one aspect of the preparation
of a formal dinner for sophomore Terry Noe.
in home ee courses
Looking to a "do-it-yourselfv future, girls in home
economics learned domestic skills.
With updated textbooks and the latest appliances, the
homemakers practiced the principles of planning, buying,
and preparing meals.
Their acquired skills were put to practical use with
faculty teas and costumes for dramatic presentations
organized by home ec. majors.
For the clothing students, the annual style show was
the climax of special sewing projects and long-range term
projects. In the field of foods, the Betty Crocker award
became the honor for which the homemaker strived to
Child care and home nursing courses added to the de-
partments emphasis on practical courses, with students
adding such courses as family living and housing man-
agement. They also learned to plan and co-ordinate their
wardrobe, taking advantage of the opportunity to prepare
for the future
With diversified courses, the home economics depart-
ment looked to a modern homemaking world,
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jan Clark and japanese transfer student Sashi Ishida.
Mrs. Betty Hungerford demonstrates household storage utensils
to seniors Terry Smith and Linda Washburn.
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faction of successfully finishing an original project.
Aware of the advantages of sewing artistry, junior Cathy Stern
patiently matches the plaids of her garment.
health, teen fitness
The three-point program of health, physical educa-
tion, and driver ed. provided Arlington students with a
practical background for a rapidly-moving society.
They developed a well-rounded view of the world and
their capabilities to meet its demands in the extensive
and well-developed curriculum.
In the physical education department, gymnasts
learned the basics of sports and calisthenics. Parallel
bars and balancing beams encouraged the exercise
enthusiasts to test their abilities.
Smashed fenders, traffic violations, and Hat tires
were the occupational headaches of teachers in the
Physical education students "keep the ball rolling" as they learn to
apply acquired skills in competitive sports.
driver education department. A practical course for
beginning drivers, the program still,presented unex-
pected "emergencies" to the instructor. The beginners
practiced traffic skills in the driver trainer and left the
course with a practical knowledge of modern driving
In health, instructors also offered their classes a
background for the world of the future.
With the aid of assistant Debbie Lake, freshman physical edu-
cation students master the fine art of tumbling.
It's "rest time" for teacher Rollin Cutter's physical education
class after the tired teams complete a rough game.
Daily calisthenics help exercising freshmen Farrell Patrick
and Paul Morrison meet fitness standards.
Safety features require the attention of sophomore driver education
student Steve Leachman in preparation for a test drive.
Intrigued by modem heart surgery, health students Nancy Surber and
Kurt Kleinhelter confer with instructor joe Dezelan.
Artists perfect skill
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help Of department lwad I0l1rl 5impSOI1. color, light focus, and dimensions of a possible picture,
Although most aspiring artists have replaced kindergarten crayons with oils early in their
careers, senior Jody Jacobs finds a use for them in a collage.
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with canvas murals
The prehistoric world of dinosaurs caught the crea-
tive imagination of art department students whose
accurate mural of towering reptiles and overgrown
jungles will hang in the Science Museum.
The mural was a service to the school and to students
who learned the techniques of chalk work and canvas
painting in addition to their added knowledge of pre-
historic life. Other artists, however, found the collages,
clay work, and lathography studies of intermediate
groups an intriguing art department activity. They en-
rolled in lettering, jewelry-making, and woodcraft
Artists gained the learning experience of trial and
error as well as the discipline of practice in the courses
which stemmed creative talent into constructive as
well as entertaining channels, adding to the prospect of
future success in art.
Art students as well as 'the Science Museum benefit from the pre-
historic wall panel created by Miss jane Messick's classes.
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Absorbed in his work, senior Dave Caplan welds the pieces of his
jewelry project into an original metal "masterpiece"
Dry-mounting a collage for an art student, junior Ralph Weber of the
Audio-Visual Department gives it a "finished look,"
Diver iHed courses ofle
With a moment for relaxation, chemistry students Putting his nose to the grind stone, senior physics student Steve Barr records data to
compare notes and ponder difficult questions, prove experimentally the validity of theoretic conclusions.
A forty-minute star trek adds the modern touch to scientific study for students of as-
tronomy and physics teacher james Abraham in the Gus Grissom Planetarium.
New goggles required of all experimenting
chemistry students protect Glenn Bergert.
channels for study
The Science Department provided a learning
foundation for the Henry Fords of tomorrow. It was
as varied and diversified as the students enrolled in its
Mr. Merle Wimmer, department head, supervised
the work of the twenty-one science teachers instructing
biology, physical sciences, and chemistry.
Future astronomists also studied the stars in one of
the few high school planetariums in the state. As a yule
gift to seniors, instructor james Abraham turned the
heavens back 2,000 years to show the Christmas skies
In biology courses, sophomores dissected their first
frogs, and in chemistry, juniors struggled with
logarithms, Thoughout the curriculum, the fledgling
scientists were asked to question facts and test
theories through logical and organized experiments.
In an advanced program, they learned the value of
The growth and stmcture of the living cell is charted with "scale
models" for science student Arlene Jensen.
With only a moment for test tube cleaning, Mr. Merle Wim-
mer supervises science studies.
Biology studies include microscopic slide inspection for sophomores
Karen Taylor and Linda Updike in the science laboratory.
in math curriculum
The absolute world of mathematical calculations pre-
sented Knights with unusual problems of vectors, geom-
etry proofs, and trigonometric identity.
They faced this world with the logical progression of
courses, from basic math, general math,'or algebra, to
geometry and trigonometry.
With the onset of the computer age, the 1800 mathe-
maticians directed by department head Mr. Owen Fair
enrolled in the advanced algebra and calculus to learn
skills for practical application on the advanced college
and vocational level.
Term projects broadened the math study with the
mathematics of unidentified flying objects, space time,
and probabilities researched by aspiring scientists in
the accuracy-oriented courses.
The calculators were presented with accepted facts
and encouraged to challenge present theories. With long
hours of study and research, they strove for the final
plateau of mathematical Knighthood.
Mathematics students Don Ross, jim Delamp, and Joyce McDonald
discover a logical solution to a difficult problem,
Utilizing basic concepts obtained through four years of math, senior
Brent Price explains a physics problem to jeff Reiter.
After putting calculus problems on the board, senior Al Katzman ex-
plains the method of solving the problems to the class.
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but the problem becomes clear when familiar concepts are applied, Bob Crabham as they compare answers to calculations.
Breaking into a smile, Mr. Thomas Dobbs appreciates a students
well-timed response to a math problem,
Stumped by a seemingly impossible problem, sophomore Lynn Craig
watches as Mr. Billy Fisher explains the solution.
the gauntlet of compet
They for the
was a shield
They believed that
accolades of victory, and honor
sonal recognition and individual glory.
nights challenge world
ition on the basketball floor, in
and in college entrance interviews, Knights competed
and individual honorsg for the highest grade-point average,
record, or the homecoming crown.
their shields with the seal of competition, they learned
of defeat and the glory of victory. They became
achieved with a spirit of sportsmanship, and the losers
and gained from the learning experience
first-place team and encouraged
with the seal of fellowship and the
enthusiasm that rivaled the
of King Arthur's court.
The position of featured twirler is a coveted hon-
or attained by junior Lori Crana.
An aspiring scientist, senior Bob Deardorff prepares for a television appear-
ance explaining his invention, a compressed-air engine.
Rhythmic Spanish-American dances are mastered by senior Susan
Curl during a music-filled language club party.
The competitive sport of baseball
challenges senior Scott Tegarden.
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solo with the Indianapolis symphony.
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Newly-appointed English head Clarena Hufhngton takes time out Speed reading is the goal of freshmen in the labs as the students com
to explain a grammar point to senior Cindy Fancher. plete the second half of their orientation courses.
The fine art of public speaking is
perfected by students in oral prac-
The symbolism of Moby Dick, the transcendentalism
of Hawthorne, and the philosophy of Chaucer were ex-
plored in English classes from one to ten.
Aspiring authors, poets, physical education majors,
and art enthusiasts studied the English language and lit-
erature on all levels of activity.
A new addition to the English department, the Book
Club, offered Knights in all courses an opportunity to
discuss the established and controversial writers of the
modern literary world.
On the basic level of study, English scholars explored
the library in special labs, learned to write and co-
ordinate term papers, and mastered the art of prose
memorization and recitation.
Under the direction of Mrs. Clarena Huflington, the
English department was singled out for special literary
honors. Senior Sandi Faulkner earned first-place recogni-
tion in the National Council of Teachers of English
awards competition, and represented Arlington in the
Voice of Democracy contest, adding distinction to the
Taking time to check the dictionary, sophomore Nancy Villarreal
researches a project.
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to Mr. james ,Iohnson's explanation ofthe correction.
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ton master journalistic skills.
talents with skills
Adventuresome minds, exhibiting unique ideas and dis-
playing dramatic talent were combined in drama, de-
bate, and forensics teams.
As sponsor of these teams, Mrs. Daveda Wyatt
ucoachedl' the novices and experienced pupils alike for
speech meets, debates, and drama orientation.
One-credit courses provided a background for those
interested in effective public speaking.
During first semester activities, Mrs. Sarah Bratton
sponsored the NFL, coaching the students in speech
delivery and presentation for competitive meets. The
orators mastered the art of public speaking while earn-
ing trophies and individual honors.
Organized program of speech meets were scheduled
for regular members, led by National Forensics League
President, junior Meg Woods. Captain of the debate
team, junior Mike Strong, headed his group of "tact-
ful antagonistsf' Meanwhile, understudies progressed
in the musical productions and Christmas plays, as
well as auditorium programs.
Preparing for a debate meet, junior john Marks and sophomore Phil
Gelston pause to analyze the opposing team's logic.
Forensics president junior Meg Woods discusses her plans for fu-
ture speech meets with club member junior Russ Kennedy.
Junior Susie Bishoff, National Forensic League secretary, greets an
orator as he arrives for Arlingtons first speech meet.
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co-editor Charlie Kennedy as they check with Mike Fisher, ness manager Karen Roberts, a veteran of the newspaper staff.
"IFS this way," explains co-editor senior Karen Thurston as she de
scribes the solution to seniors Ann Kratz and Phil De Rolf.
cLancer, keeps Weekly readers informed
The final product completed and distributed to students, the "Lan-
cer" reaches the hands of senior Steve Hostetler.
joumalism is first "a way of observing" for senior News Bureau
chief Diana Ault as she gathers facts from mayor Richard Lugar.
Taking time out from his job as assistant business manager, senior
jim Overmeyer helps out with the job of folding "Lancers"
about school action
To present readers with a dynamic, "on-the-spot"
newspaper, co-editors Karen Thurston and Charlie Ken-
nedy co-ordinated a staff of reporters and photographers
whose in-depth stories covered school life from foot-
ball to National Honor Society.
The "Lancer, became a sounding board for readers
concerned with civil rights, Viet Nam, and the senior
class elections. Editorials tackled administration and
discipline problems, criticized, complimented, and
analyzed school action.
Ball teams were congratulated or encouraged. News
events were reported as serious events or humorous
anecdotes. Difficult problems were handled with a
jim Carr "Carr-toon" or an in-depth feature. In the
Teen Star and neighboring papers, News Bureau chief
Diana Ault worked to present the best possible pic-
ture of Arlington High School.
Press day and the Indiana University summer work-
shops gave the journalistic Knights an added opportu-
nity to perfect their writing technique.
For sponsor Mary Benedict, national journalism
"Teacher of the Year,', it was a year for watching the
eager, nervous reporter grow into an accomplished
newspaperman. It was a year for failures, missed dead-
lines, and first-place honors. It was a year of observ-
ing-and then writingf'
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Quality is the goal of junior Carl Hollingsworth as he works to Contemplating the right cutlines to Et pictures and forming the
develop the "perfect" pictures for yearbook spreads. suitable layout, senior Mary jane Mercier plans her work.
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Helping out with underclass pictures, Lynn Tatum positions junior junior Anitra Clark, while senior Donna Daniluck doubles up on
Patty Sims. The job of counting and re-counting is coordinated by herduties with"Knight and Caleudecorations.
Bi school activities
zvith 76 iAccolade,
The object-to capture the spark of student life, the
staff-forty-one hardy young journalists, the product-
a 240 page yearbookg this was the story of the '68 "Ac-
colade," a record of school life.
Led by co-editors Susan Shumway and jeff Zaring, the
staff charged into a year of copy-writing, lay-out plan-
ning, and headline developing.
Armed with grease pencils, pica rulers, and an ava-
lanche of ideas, the staff paced themselves to meet the
'iimpossiblen yearbook deadlines.
They also took an active part in other school activi-
ties, producing a talent show, and the "Senior Sign-ofif,
They co-ordinated the endless job of taking and re-tak-
ing underclass pictures.
Departing from the usual format of a five-part book,
the staff worked to present a complete picture of the
school, including each individual as a special part of
the story of a year.
Moments of doubt and indecision were forgotten as
the crates of two-thousand yearbooks finally arrived
with the finished product of a year of hard work, the
complete Knight-teen '68 "Accolade."
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Pre-planning is important in "Accolade" production. Sponsor Mary
Benedict "coaches" editors jeff Zaring, and Susan Shumway. It's a
busy scene when the books finally arrive in june as the eager stu-
dents and editors distribute the final product.
Advertising is the backbone of the "Acc0lade" budget. lnsuring
june sales, junior JoAnn Bryan phones potential buyers.
Ending on a quiet note, sophomore Marcin Reidcr shines in the solo
spotlight of the musical production, "The King and I."
Two-stepping to spirited show tunes, the hand, under the direction
of Mr. Gerald Knipfel, prepared their half-time entertainment.
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Show tunes and symphonies are perfected with the direction of Mrs.
Zoncla Montgomery in her beginning glee club classes.
enjoy solo spotlight
With a library of music from the challenging works
of Beethoven to the lyrical tunes of Rodgers and Ham-
merstein, orchestra and band members, ensemble and
choir enthusiasts, mastered the symphonies and sonatas
from generations of musicians.
Outstanding performers earned the spotlight, john
Colbert with the Indianapolis symphony, Paula Fessler
and Ron Pettigrew with the Arlington Concert Orches-
tra, and Marcia Reider in musical productions. Faculty
members also starredg Mr. Ralph Horine with the Fred
Waring Workshop, Miss Priscilla Smith at the Ameri-
can String Teachers Workshop. These were the Knights
that made the Arlington "sound of musicn a distinc-
tive, resounding chorus.
Over 725 students enrolled in the Music Department
combined their talents in 19 classes from music theory
to beginning orchestra. They sang and soloed in the
eighth largest Knight department.
Achieving a visual as well as oral understanding of
music, the string ensembles, brass choirs, Treble-Aires,
and marching bands provided a community service with
near-professional concerts and programs.
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Through rain and snow, the show must go on for senior jeff Zaring
and junior Mark Hoecker as they perform in the Veteran's Parade.
Practice is the key to a near-professional sound for concert masters
Sandi Faulkner and Ron Pettigrew in the performing groups.
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junior Tom Spoo catches the psychedelic heat of the '67
"Knight Train to Talenti' with a spirited drum solo.
Biupsychvling, juniors Cindy Neal and Chris King
join a "mod" Talent Show chorus line.
Co-ordinating Talent Show activities, senior Mary
jane Mercier reflects backstage moods.
Engaging in 'gpillow talkf, seniors Linda Rahm
and jill Guthrie clown with a chorus comic.
Dancing members of a senior girls' chorus line sail into Talent Train
intermission as navigators on the" Good Ship Lollipop,"
aptures Hmodw spirit
In the audience, seniors Bob Coleman and Laura Williams review the
upcoming 23 acts of the '67 A' Knight Train to Talent,"
A changing kaleidoscope of talent colored the '67
"Talent Trainn with the tones of a Knight happening.
Singers, dancers, and chorus lines performed before
2830 fans, as the October 5 and T productions drew
parents, grandparents, and friends to view the show.
The 23 acts were varied, changing with the versatility
of the 200 talented teens. Young and old enjoyed the
two hour show, with the sounds of combos, tap dancing,
and a "Big Nameu band. The program included num-
bers by Knights from all classes, as freshmen, sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors joined the ,67 'iKnight Train
to Talent" for the first "Knight-outf'
Creating a psychedelic mood, the show caught the
spirit of the "now', generation, with the Knight curtain
closing on a ,67 talent "happening,"
Seniors Susan Shumway and jeff Zaring keep the Talent Train on its
course as conductors of the 1967 Knight uhappeningf,
Showing the many faces of Knight performers, Pat Stutsman pre-
sents Kris Embach with a ugrizzlyn Talent Show picture.
Audio visual, production workers star
Paints, projectors, and props were the tools of the
behind-the-scenes workers in the production, audio
visual, and technicians departments.
Spotlighting the stars with the precision of military
drills, the mechanics and managers learned the art of
stage direction under the guidance of Mr. Bernard
Heeke. The publicity for the programs, from posters to
"pre-plannedn announcements, was directed by audio
visual adviser john Holmes.
Tools of the trade included tape-recorders, film clips,
and microphones in both departments, with the final
reward of A-V and backstage work-an accomplished,
From the "King and In and the Senior Play to home-
room announcements and memorial programs, backstage
crews learned the occupational hazards of the trade-
a short circuit, a dead microphone, or a "slow" curtain.
For the behind-the-scenes worker, a mistake became a
full-scale production. They leamed, however, to mas-
ter the skills.
Audio visual enthusiasts also performed a school ser-
vice with a film library. In the Ugrooveu of professional
productions, the technicians and A-Viers "kept the show
goingu for Knights.
It's all in knowing how for junior crew member Steve Walton as he
adjusts the lighting for an Arlington production.
Senior Karen Byers receives the finishing touches from make-up ar-
tist sophomore Libby Cocharan during the "King and I" production.
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Musicians, dancers stage iKing and I,
in Siamese style
Musicians and thespians were dramatic tour directors
conducting classmates, parents, and friends on cruises
to Cary, Indiana, in MMusic Manf and Oklahoma. They
traveled to Germany with the uDiary of Anne Frankf,
and they even took an extended trip to "Brigadoon,',
This year they organized a 1967 cruise to the country
of Siam, with the mysterious sounds of "The King and
If' Sophomore Marcia Reider and junior Allan Kuhl-
man served as tour guides, taking the spotlight as 'iAnna
and the Kingf,
The November 9 and ll productions played to full
audiences that broke into applause with the tunes of
'iShall We Danceffv' and UA Puzzlementfl
The costumes included the full, hoop skirts of nine-
teenth-century gowns and the colorful saris of the
Siamese court. Adding a realistic touch to the program,
japanese exchange student Sachi Ishida danced a solo
ballet as HEliza."
Directed by Mrs. Daveda NVyatt, the musical pro-
gram was colored with lavish costumes, extensive
scores, and a cast of talented musicians.
Stage lights catch the eye of one of the King of Siam's children dur-
ing a performance of the musical, "The King and I."
"Please be mine" sings Nlike Wicker to Linda Bucy as they perform
supporting roles in the musical. i'The King and I."
The chase after "Eliza', commences with the ballet of
Uncle Tomls Cabin led by Bill Coffey.
6 hristnias Misery revives Dickens tale
Playing a ghostly Figure senior Debii Beetem a ears in the Christ-
mas play to reminiscent junior john Marks.
Ult has to be this wayf, demands junior john Marks as he instructs
freshman actress Melanie Darrel during rehearsals.
Explanations don't help as worried junior Russ Kennedy tries to
keep his job with producer john Markls theatrical company.
with modern touch
With Charles Dickens, "Christmas Caroln as much a
part of the season as manger scenes and decorative
lights, Thespians presented "The Christmas Miserfi a
take-off on the classic with the character, 'iArthur Fel-
ton,H portrayed as a modern uScrooge.H
junior john Marks took the lead of "Felton, with the
supporting role of "Molly" played by junior Karen jes-
sup. The ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future
made their annual visits during the play, worrying
Scrooge with their unexpected appearances.
The program, a nChristmas presentn from the Thes-
pians, was staged during single auditoriums December
14, and 15 for the student body. john rehearsed his
part as a modern "Scrooge, under the direction and
guidance of sponsor Mrs. Daveda Wyatt.
The thespian play, during the Christmas season, has
become a tradition for Colden Knights.
junior Pete Rustoven halances homework and actin' duties while
joining in the hectic rehearsals of "The Bad Children".
The enchanter, junior Allan Kuhl-
man, tahovel canit seem to under-
stand the perils of modern teenagers.
Gene Stilwell and Nancy Olson, as
they combat the "narrow-minded-
ness" of their parents in 'iThe Bad
as H Bad Childrenw
Chanting 'iMimsy were the Borogovesf' aspiring
Thespians entered into a world of acting fantasy in
their presentation of a play concerned with the retreat
of teenagers into a 'imake-believe" world.
The actors and actresses, headed by leads Pete Rust-
hoven and Amy Pheasant, presented the "finished
product" at several grade schools throughout the city.
The play centered around the nonsense rhyme of a
Lewis Carroll poem, combining comedy with a serious
commentary on young people and their parents.
The Thespians mastered the lines of another play
dealing with the uyounger generationf, a modern-day
spoof on the old Hansel and Gretel story titled "The
Bad Children." The parody relied heavily on a pun-
filled script and the acting ability of veteran Thespian
performers, Nancy Olsen and Russ Kennedy.
Both plays were mastered as a learning experience
for the young Thespians who developed the art of stage
presentation through the special acting programs dir-
ected hy drarnatics coordinator Mrs. Daveda XYyatt.
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gain p17illil'l'SOIl tiwprupaw'p1'rxpm'tiu'liurillg I'CilC'2lFS2Ii,
Senior David Ball ixuciiticms im' "'l'lu- Xlnusu That Huurvci" ami cup-
turvs thu cluul ruin- of Tum Xlulliguin ami Gmini i"cr1xxickS Count
Seniors promote, produce, present play,
The end of a great performance , . director Day eda XYyatt accepts a
congratulatory houquet from Thespian president Hope Lex itt.
Preparing national hero 'iTully Bascornh" for her marriage proposal,
Hope Devitt as Queen Glorianna leads up to the question.
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novices, pros star
For the first time in the schoolls history, a working
crew of seniors organized. directed, and presented their
class play without the aid of underclassmen. The spirit
of '68 prevailed as the seniors comhined their efforts
for"The Mouse That Roaredf'
Stage novices and acting veterans earned positions
in the spotlight for the play about a tiny country that
successfully invaded the United States.
Hope Levitt took the Nlarch 15 and 16 production
lead while stage newcomer Paul Freeherg captured the
role of the 'simple-minded. non-political backwoods-
man, Tully Bascornf' The costuming and make-up.
business. and sales were all managed hy the seniors,
The two-act comedy gave the class of '68 an oppor-
tunity to enjoy their 'upperclassmanship' in an indivi-
dual senior effort. Directed hy Mrs. Daveda XYyatt.
the cast included 35 fourth-year Knights.
"But this bomh is dangerous" , . . Professor Richard lieidy pleads with
lfenwiclx soldiers Xlilxe Kaiser and Randy justus to let him disarm it.
thletic teams combine
sports-power with spirit
Versatility was the keynote for the Arlington athlete who strove to
attain both individual and team honors. He was the batter slamming
out a hit at the count of three and two. He was the golfer teeing off
and the cross country man sprinting to overtake his opponent. He was
the state wrestling champion and the Hrst string all-city basketball
player. He was not alone in his battle, but was always hacked by the
eheerleaders and pep block who created a nueleus for a hand-wringing,
pulsating crowd who shared in his agonies and triumphs. His arena
was the gridiron, the hardwood, the baseball diamond, the tennis court
and the eindcr track. He was directed by interested. concerned coaches
who contributed their experience and knowledge to help him achieve
success, develop ability, and grow into a well-rounded athlete. Vic-
tories, near-misses, disappointments, surprise wins, and defeats were
part of the all-out effort, the exuberance, stamina, and strong desire
ofthe athlete. He was the special Arlington symbol of sportsmanship,
Congratulating junior Chris Reeder on a job well
done, coach Tom Dobbs give the player a "hand,"
The Arlington athlete displays mixed emotions as he boosts his team to vic-
tory. He cheers in tense moments of victory and defeat.
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Lacing up for his final game. team captain svniur Bob Grahhani
clrvsscs tu meet his harclu ood opponent in a rigorous contest.
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tion of mt-ri thc youngest sports tan.
Enthusiasm sparks 1-nergetic
Knights as they participatv in the
first Student Council uSpirit Cun-
Wrestling is agony for sidelines coach Elmer Callaway. Hoping to Richard Meschke in hacking the hard-hitting grapplers as they strug
hoost u concerted team effort with well-timed advice, he joins junior gleto earn city and statetitles.
"You tried your best" . . . coach jim Ellis explains to a tired
grappler as he rests after his match.
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confers with the starting five,
Looking on from the sidelines, coaches and captains alike share
anxiety as thc squad faces a crucial moment on thc field,
Coaches encoura e
Adding new chapters to Knight history the coach-
ing staff combined spirited sports-power to boost the
school to athletic honors.
Mr. Bill Bennett took over the reins of varsity track,
encouraging the sprinters to Arun that extra mile" for
city and state achievement and recognition.
Stepping to the head basketball position, coach Tom
Dobbs led the team to their first winning season. He
sparked his baseball sportsmen to the coveted runner-
up trophy in the stateis Hrst tourney.
On the football field, reserve coaches Steve Tegarden
and joe Dezelan led reserve gridmen to an undefeated
season and a city championship, and coach jim Ellis,
wrestlers finished with an 11-1 season.
Mr. Elmer Callaway also brought wrestling laurels
to Arlington. The reserve matmen "ran awavn with the
city championship, claiming five top men.
The Knight coaches encouraged individual effort
while emphasizing team spirit to bring home victories
and championships. Fans and players recognized the
value ofthe honors, the sportsmanship, and the spirit.
The brightness of the sun pierces varsity baseball coach Tom Dobbs'
eyes as he watches tht- fielding of his team.
Strategy is what counts for hoopsters as they call a time out to plan
their tactics with coach Don Lostutter.
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start of his match with the defending statc champion.
Awaiting the start of his disadvantage period, senior john jones
prepares to make a move to reverse his opponent.
State winner, junior Bill Willetts, demonstrates the mark of a true
winner as he Ctopl confers with coach jim Ellis to plan his tactics,
imiddlcl Bill applies techniques gained through months of practice
and strategy. lhottoml A tired wrestler rises in victorv.
illetts wins state
Continuing their dominance in city competition, the
varsity wrestling team was undefeated in dual meets
with city foes and received their only set hack at the
hands of powerful North Central.
The wrestlers gained a 27-1-1 decision over city
champ Shortridge to highlight the dual meet season.
Knight grapplers also gained individual titles during
the '67-'68 season, junior Kevin Garrison won the 112
lh. city title. Bill XYilletts earned city, sectional, re-
gional, and state championships. Seniors jolm jones
and Glenn Turner each won city and sectional titles,
and Al Katzman, holder of a 9-second pin, wrestled
to a city championship.
The reserve wrestling team, coached hy Mr. Elmer
Callaway, capped a 11-I season with a landslide vic-
tory in the city tournament. Five Colden Knight wres-
tlers won championships: Bob Lappas, 95 lb.: john
Mcflullar, 133 lb.. Craig Roller. 138 lb.. Emil Nlolin,
145 lb.. and Dan Lane, 154 lh.
Bolstered by a nucleus of six returning lettermen,
next years' squad will also he strengthened hy a squad
of city champion reserves competing for varsity spots.
Fatigue takes its toll on junior Dave Milam after his third and final
in the sectional tournament at Warren Central.
After a month of learning take-downs, reverses, and pinning combinations, junior Kurt Kleinhelter
gets the chance to use his skills in competition at the Carmel meet.
A Lawrence Central player struggles to keep thc ball from determined lmskcthall "stars" Bill
Buugh and Chris Raider.
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With the seconds ticking away, a tired team hears "the
word" from coach Tom Dobbs on how to close a mounting
As the crowd screams, HCL-t that tip," junior Chris Reider
reaches for the slay in the closing, minutes of a second quar-
Basketball ballet adds grace to the Arlington effort as senior Loren
Habeney reaches for the ball during the Tech game.
Round ballers blaze
to hardwood victor
The varsity basketball team, with one returning let-
terman, fought to the schools first winning season. In
his first year as head coach, Mr. Tom Dobbs boosted
the hustling team to a 11-10 slate and a fourth place
finish in the final city standings.
Team captain Bob Grabham was the only letter
award winner from last year's squad. Center Kevin
Kelley, forwards Bill Baugh and Chris Reeder, and
guard Bob Meara all gained varsity experience backed
by a bench that gained strength as the competitive sea-
After a disappointing opening loss to Ben Davis,
the team bounced back to beat Howe for the first time
in the schools history by a 59-53 count. The hoop men
defeated Wood, Scecina, Lawrence Central, Northwest,
Beech Grove, Broad Ripple, and neighbor Marshall in
the city tourney consolation game,
The scoring attack was paced by junior forward
Chris Reeder. His 17-point game was a season high for
the team. Chris also became the only Knight ball
player to make the all-city tourney squad.
With the score tied at 35 and -1:00 left on the clock,
reserve coach Don Lostuter calls "time-out".
Varsit diamond men reach state finals,
Finding extra speed to baf'He opposing batsmen can be a difficult task
for all-city pitcher Greg Ennis.
boast 22 victories
The varsity baseball team, bolstered by five members
of the all-city squad, brought Arlington the best season
in the school's history. Golden Knight sluggers fought
to a second place in state competition. The diamond
men also achieved city, sectional, regional, and semi-
state titles as they compiled a 22-4 record for the
In the final two games of the state tournament, the
team crushed jasper by a 10-1 score behind the fine
pitching of Greg Ennis. The varsity team dropped the
final contest to LaPorte, 7-5.
The squad placed five men on the all-city team:
pitcher Greg Ennis, outfielder jim McFarland, first
baseman Bill Hulse, third baseman Bill Baugh, and
shortstop Scott Tegarden, more than any other school.
Backing the pitching attack of Greg Ennis, jim
Hedges, and senior Frank Brown, the defense was
composed of Lance Rhodes and Mike VVest, who shared
the catching duties, infielders Bill Hulse, Mike jan-
nusch, Scott Tegarden, and Bill Baugh, and outfielders
Steve Baker, jim McFarland, and Bob Grabham.
The offense was led by jim McFarland, who slugged
the ball at a .400 pace during the season. Scott Tegar-
den aided the attack by constantly batting over .300
The club was also helped by the consistent clutch
hitting of Bill Baugh and Lance Rhodes.
Although he missed the first pitch, first baseman Bill Hulse gets a
needed hit to aid the team in defeating jasper.
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stancl-up signal from Mike ,lannusch at Bush Stadium.
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open spring season
The varsity golf and tennis teams were plagued by a
problem as they began competition-lack of experience
with hopes of success resting on the progress of a squad
of inexperienced players.
The golf team, under new head coach john Manka,
entered competition with only one returning letter-
man, joe Paulin. The squad was bolstered, though, by
seniors john Hallanger and Steve Rigsbee. The link-
sters began indoor practice in early March and teed-off
outdoors two weeks later. Each team member played
nine holes every night in preparation for an April 3
opening match with city foe Scecina, a struggle against
tough competition for victory.
The tennis team was aided by two returning letter-
men, john Lappas and Greg Wolf. Greg was last yearis
city champion in the singles. Coach Lyman Combs,
racket men attempted to recapture the team city title
that they have owned the past two seasons. The tennis
squad tried to better last yearis 14-22 slate.
Ready and waiting, junior racket man Craig Winn prepares for the
return volley from his serve in a nightly practice session.
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attempts to return the tennis ball to his opponent.
Adding a touch of ubody English" to his serve, senior john Lappas
gives a little extra effort in his quest for victory,
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owak ends Career
Bolstered by seventeen returning lettermen, the var-
sity football team fought to a 6-3-1 season, losing
only to Howe, Carmel, and VVarren Central. The suc-
cessful campaign, best in the school's history, was led
by three-year varsity members Mike Fisher, Scott
Tegarden, Tony Theyssen, and Glenn Turner.
Coach Nowak retired at season's end, leaving a
11-8-1 record for the past two years.
Starting the season, the team revenged last yearys
loss to Lawrence Central by a convincing 34-19
score, City foe Scecina held the Knights to 13 points
and a tie, but the gridders bounced back to lance
Northwest by a 40-20 count. The ball club edged
Manual by one point as Manual bowed to the gridders
for the second straight year. In the final three games,
the defense held Ft. NVayne Central and Attucks score-
less while allowing Broad Ripple just 12 points.
The offense, led by all-city quarterback Scott
Tegarden, halfbacks Bob Meara and Frank Brown,
fullback Lance Rhodes, and linemen Bill Baugh,
Mitch Lanning, Denny Southerland, and Mike Fisher,
racked up a 24 point scoring average. Defensive stal-
warts Kurt Kleinhelter, Doug Harmas, Dean Teater,
and Ron Day helped hold opponents to a 16 point game
Trying for extra yardage, halfback Frank Brown breaks a tackle and
heads for open ground in his quest for the first down.
Combining their efforts, coaches joe Dezelan, Al Nowak, and
Elmer Calloway search for the right combination,
A frustrating feeling is fourth down and a punt-
ing situation for Scott Tegarden,
indermen compete for school records
A rise in the height can be an agonizing moment for senior Kevin Kel-
ly as he awaits his turn to pole vault.
under inevv, coach
Varsity trackmen returned to the cinders in the spring
for the first time under a new head coach. Coach Bill
Bennett took over the reins left by Harry Sullivan, now
athletic director at Marshall High School.
Inexperience was a major factor in team performance,
due to the loss of school record holders Mike Adkins,
Allen Montgomery, and Eddie Williams. Eddie raced to
a sixth place in the state half mile with a 1.56:5 clock-
ing as top performer of the year. Five new records were
set by last year's cindermen in the low hurdles, high
jump, quarter mile, half mile, and mile relay.
Retuming lettermen are headed by Chris Coy and
Tom Rea in the middle distances and Kevin Kelly in the
high jump as varsity tracksters stride to bring the school
a winning season.
jimior Mike Hobson leaps for those extra inches in his attempt to
gain valuable team points in the long jump.
Exploding from the starting blocks, Myron Miller takes-off to a new
quarter mile record of51:7.
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while participating in the bowling league at Hindel Lanes.
Giving sports-minded Knights an opportunity to par-
ticipate in intra-school competition, 120 Girls Athletic
Association and Bowling League members joined in
after-school meets and play-offs.
Sponsored by Miss Sue Ritter, the Bowling League
competed weekly at Hindel Lanes. Forming teams, the
league members counted the strikes and the spares to-
ward squad honors. Individual success was also recog-
nized at the end of the year, with the top boy and girl
team members earning special awards.
Gymnastic enthusiasts were given a Chance to per-
fect their Htumblingn talent in the Girls Athletic As-
sociation. Practicing diligently after school, the girls
prepared for the state gymnastics meet, working to-
ward blue-ribbon achievement.
Basketball and volleyball also gained GAA attention
with the girls competing in teams and enjoying the
spirited uplay-offs," Through the organization, mem-
bers enjoyed the hardwood competition usually re-
served for Knight all-boy teams.
Things look bad for Howard Holifield as he records the score of
teammate Robert Phelps while Sandi Dotts flashes a victory smile.
junior gymnast Pat Stutsman ubends over backwards" for teacher
Mrs, Sandra Rosenberger and practice teacher Miss Diane Corbin,
In jumping position, junior Cindy Neil and sophomore Laura
NVoods leap for the tip off in a Girls Athletic Association tourna-
Struggling for the rebound, juniors Cathy Clark and Nancy Scherer
stretch to grasp the ball as they "play the game."
arriers gain fourths in major meets
The end of the city meet means a twelfth place for senior
distance runner Tom Rea.
against local rivals
Finishing the season with a 1-2 dual meet record and plac-
ing second and third in two three-way contests, the cross
country team members hit their stride and crossed the finish
line a respectable fourth place in major city invitationals.
Coach Bill Bennettis harriers placed fourth in the Scecina,
Howe, Shortridge, and city meets as well as in the sectional.
The team strode to a fifth place in the tough Broad Ripple In-
The thinclads started the season bv finishing second in a meet
with winner Greenheld and third-place Lawrence Central.
Varsity runners competed for the first time in the Hokem
Karem contest at Pike and placed sixth. In this event, each
school formed three two-man teams to run in relay fashion with
each man pacing himself for a total of three separate one-mile
The team was defeated in meets by co-city champs Cathedral
and Tech and finished third in a three-way meet with state
runner-up North Central and county power Warren Central.
The harriers outdistanced former classmates at Marshall by a
convincing 21-46 score.
Three-year letterman Tom Rea outran other team members
by posting a 10:08 for the two-mile distance. Number two
man, Chris Coy, had a 10:22 time, followed by Mike VVilliams
with a time of 10:30. Three returning lettermen, Gary Ramage,
Chris Coy, and john Berry will pace next years squad.
Running as the number two man during the season, Chris Coy hopes to fill the
shoes of Tom Rea with the assistance of Coach Bill Bennett.
Practicing every night after school, senior Mike Williams jogs be-
hind the Devington center in Search of more speed.
Hurrying harriers Cary Ramage, Mike Williams, and Chris Coy
stride for improvement under the 'iwatchfulu eye of Coach Bennett.
Riverside Park provides the setting for the city meet as Knight
runners pace their way to a fourth place Hnish.
Hardwood hoopster Doug Thompson nearly steals the ball from senior Chris Har-
len as the Comers meet the Scrubs in game play.
Spring finds girls jumping and serving in round-robin volleyball competition, The
girls form teams and play in six week toumaments.
The ball seems just out of reach for three netmen parti-
cipating in the Freshmen-Sophomore League after
Dual battles divide the attention of team members and spectators
alike allowing for two games to be performed at once.
Boys form leagues
for intramural play
Hoosier hysteria extended from varsity to intramural
play as amateur teams took the Hoor in stiff and some-
times "crazy" competition. Composed of the junior-Sen-
ior League and the Freshman-Sophomore League, intra-
mural basketball gave boys of all classes an opportunity
to play Indiana's favorite sport in a specially supervised,
Team members battled Hercely in an array of "uni-
formsn that included swim suits, crazy socks, and vari-
ous other uout-of-sightn clothing. The attire created an
unusual psychedelic scene on the hardwood court, con-
fusing referees and fans.
League play was closely contested as teams battled
for the right to play in the championship game at sea-
sonys end. Poor shooting averages, missed foul shots,
and traveling violations plagued many of the teams. ln-
experience was a major problem as teams composed of
intramural veterans won out.
Although players enjoyed practices characterized by
the antics of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and sen-
iors, they quickly learned that teamwork, not "prac-
tical jokesu won ball games. In spite of the comical side
of the hardwork contests, the squads did learn that a
basketball victory was "all in the way you play the
gameu in intramural competition.
Wom out junior Mike Strong listens to advice from teammates
during a break in the spirited action.
Leaping for the tip, Mitch Lanning and Don VVood fall under the watch
ful eye of james Hannah.
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At the home of the golden "A", Knights Klub members and Colden-
aires support their teams and perform during home basketball
Jumping for joy, varsity cheerleaders, junior Meg Woods and sen-
ior Linda Rahm, express their theme, "Happiness is a Knight Vic-
victor go power
With the "gon power of enthusiastic fans, the "girls
behind the team," cheerleaders, Goldenaires, and ma-
jorettes, encouraged struggling athletes toward a string
of victories with pom poms and batons.
The seven-member varsity squad of cheerleaders fea-
tured a bouncing group of queen candidates, senior class
officers, and student council members. Captain Linda
Rahm led the squad of four seniors and three under-
classmen through basketball and football, wrestling
meets and baseball competition.
The 72-member half-time performing group, the
Coldenaires, also cheered for the teams, forming a let-
ter HAH in the spirited cheerblock. Featuring mascot
Lisa Skinner, the girls presented programs with a six-
teen-member flag corps and feature-twirler Lori Grana.
Pre-game and half-time ceremonies were co-ordinated
with the pep band.
In competition, Lori and the flag corps received
first division ratings for their performances in band se-
lections. The girls compete each spring for positions in
the groups which were directed by sponsor Mrs. Bur-
deen Schmidt, while cheerleaders were selected by stu-
Eyes right, varsity cheer-
leaders Candy Beldon, Terri
Hartley, Suzanne Kassler,
captain Linda Rahm, 'Indy
Fox, Karen jefferies, and
Meg VVoods salute the Unit-
i ed States Hag.
Half-time entertainers, the Coldenaires, perform for basketball
f2lI1SA "Hi therey' . . . Coldenaire mascot, three-year-old Lisa Skinner,
A visits feature twirler junior Lori Crana as she performs at half-time.
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A Glory crowned the Colden Knightls four-year quest. His hard-won
accola were decorated with the laurels of victory. Honor illum-
owing shield of the crusader, Knight-teen '68.
Hilfe t-minute basket, the first-place ribbon, and the homecoming
ix ere the spoils of victory, attained after four years of study,
H , enthusiastic school involvement.
,. victories coupled with the coveted trophies that
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U 68fiA perfect sco olpiggagpcip quiz, first place in the lunch line, a
cheerblock than prypp sing teamg these were the everyday
lies that added to the final victo .
i'i' ' sscrown of-achievement was earn v after the pa e and sr uire
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.i"' had mastered the seafsifeof fellowship, and competition.
It was the Hnal accolade, a symbol of struggles con-
quered by the page and Squire. The croyy'nMo'Fi ti'i amement was a
crown of Knighthood, reserved for Knight-teer1l68.
Earning glory in competition, senior john Col-
bert solos with the Indianapolis symphony,
A helmet is the crown for gridders as they charge on the field toward the best
football season in the history of Arlington.
Royal honors cap Terry Hartley and Kevin Kelley as they reign at
the Honor Society's "Moonlight and Mistletoe."
Seven points turns a quiet crowd
into a sea of waving pom poms and
Commencement speaker principal Ralph Cleven-
ger awards diplomas-the highest accolades.
Gavel in hand, Council president Denny Coordinating an annual dance, boosting spirit, and sponsoring "Howdy Weelcn add to the busy pro
50l1fl16fl2iUCl leads Ll il6l72if0. gram ofthe stuclent-elected Council representatives throughout the year.
The social side of a busy Council schedule is vice-presi-
dent Beth Reynolds special "cup of tea,"
Student Council minutes and mail coordination keep sec-
retary Martha Musserbusv with group activities.
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An industrious, working Student Council reached all
areas of the school with spirit, social, and honorary ac-
tivities during the ,67-'68 school year.
Boosting spirit with pre-game campaigns, the stu-
dent-elected representatives hired a bus to travel to the
Greenfield game, organized a student spirit committee,
and decorated the halls with posters backing the team
On the social scene, the annual Student Council "turn-
aboutu turned the tables with a "girls-ask-the-boys tradi-
tion" established during the predance school days. Boys
received the "red-carpet treatment" for the special turn-
Honoring individual school leaders, the council fea-
tured a weekly selection of the "Student Leaderf, A dis-
play case highlighted the "number-one citizensi' activi-
ties and recognized his achievements.
Marc Boucher carried the Arlington name outside
the school, serving on the inter-city Student Council as
their first junior president.
Student Council "Howdy Week" activities delight seniors Steve De-
Mougin and Lola Steinhoff as they find theiruluckyn numbers.
Special honors came to the Council with JoAnn Bryan and Mrs.
Belgen Wells who will travel to Europe, representing the group.
Money matters are overseen by Council treasurer Charlie Kennedy
as he makes a deposit in the finance office with Mr. john Vance.
Tapped senior Debbie Hicks responds to ber name as principal
Ralph Clevenger reads the list of selected students on Tap Day.
Honor Society members are uscbolurs with cbaracterfl explains son'
ior Barbara Heitz as she reads from a scroll during the program,
Quill and Scroll president senior Kathy Rayrnont prvpurcs for the
incluction of 'tLui1cer" and " Accoluden staffers into thc- honorary.
Honoraries se ect scholastic best of 768
for special awards
Like the Phi Beta Kappa of college campuses, honor
organization memberships came to outstanding scholars.
With National Honor Society Tap Day, the achievers
were honored with induction. For column inches and
cutlines, journalists earned acceptance into the honorary
Quill and Scroll organization.
Orators were also recognized, as Thespian enroll-
ment expanded to include the upcoming production
stars. Merit scholars earned the recognition of the stu-
dent body for their unequaled scores on the competi-
tive test of college-bound Knights.
Questions covering subjects from the works of Picas-
so to the reign of Louis XII were presented to quiz
team finalists, chosen for their encyclical knowledge
of current events, math, and history. Sponsored by Mr.
George Feldman, the group strove to add honors to the
growing list of Knight awards.
japanese exchange student Sachiko lshiko was also
recognized with a "Bon Voyage" tea during the year-
long parade of outstanding achievers.
Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors were encouraged
by the scholars and performers to "Hll the shoesu of the
scholarship finalists, exchange students, dramatists, and
honor students, in the years following an award-Hlled
Top Merit scores were eamed by semi-finalists Sandi Faulkner, Susie
Curl, jeff Zaring, and Sondra Wilson on the junior test.
An honorary Thespian, exchange student Sachiko Ishida receives her
membership certificate from president Hope Levitt,
Meticulous calculations and careful experinieiitaitioii qualify Bull Crulmhurn as a Bausch Lomb
Betty Crocker award winner, senior Sandra Lee, explores the fine Music mt-uns research for scholarship winner Stephanie Bates as she
art ot gourmet cooking as she applies her humemaking talents. prepares for next ycarqs Studi' at the Lhiversity of Cincinnati.
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with team service
A good coach recognizes the importance of teamwork
to achieve athletic success, but the qualihcations of
each individual must also be Hrst-rate to insure the top
performance of competitive squads.
Golden Knights in athletic, musical, and scientiHc
endeavors must also distinguish themselves to complete
the picture of a utop-raten school.
In Knight-teen '68, Arlington citizens caught this
spirit of unity through individual effort, scoring in fields
from science to athletics.
Claiming technological honors, Bob Deardorff de-
veloped a compressed air engine with a promising fu-
ture. In home economics, Janice Ansley won a full
tuition scholarship for her outstanding sewing ability.
The list is long of hard-working students who served
their school and received the laurels they deserved,
combining the spirit of service and unity.
Daughters of the American Revolution award winner, junior Karen
Jefferies, appreciates the freedom the American flag represents.
A finalist in NCTE competition, senior Sandi Faulkner represents the top winners in the program,
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Inter-city Federation of Student Councils president Marc Boucher
discusses group problems at an introductory tea.
Thoughts of an exciting summer come to mind as Carol Patton, Karen
Jessup, Sharon Sims, and Sandi Faulkner discuss their participation
state, nation, World
In the community, the state, the nation, and the world,
Golden Knights worked to present a complete picture of
Arlington High School.
Through honors and honoraries, they carried a name
worthy of recognition outside the school. Hard-hitting
scholars were "on the gon in '68, from the practiced
quiz team to four college-oriented National Merit
In science seminars and American Field Service
competition, they earned first place honors or the right
to vie for special educational benefits. They were the
scholarship winners, the top citizens.
Science seminar enthusiasts, language students who
traveled abroad, and Knights who worked together in
history club service projects took home memory trophies,
memories of honors well earned and service well done.
in the I.U. Honors Program. Carol and Sharon journeyed to Germany,
Karen visited Mexico, and Sandi toured Italy.
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Quiz team members Karen johnson, Susie Curl, Pete Rusthoven, Sandi
Faulkner, Tom johnson, and Brent Price prepare to meet opponent
Decatur, February 18. Derivatives teacher George Feldman is sponsor
of the " Exercise in Knowledge-U team,
Learning politics first-hand, seniors Martha Musser, Sam Shorter, and
Beth Reynolds represent the school at Girls and Boys State.
Seniors Mike Fisher and Frank Brown shake on the opportunity to take
the place of officials on City Covemment Day.
Knight and Gale candidate, Cleft
and Tiglltl Denny Southerland,
Laura Saillant, Scott Tegarden,
Lynn Tatum, Bob Carbbam,
Jody Fox, Fred Simmons, Kitsi
jones, are selected by the year-
Jamboree queen Linda Rabm con-
gratulates senior Laura Saillant
on winning the title of" Galen.
Knight and Gale, Laura Saillant
and Bob Halcomb, receive the ap-
plause of their Hsubjectsu.
Military ball joins
Victory promised a special crown for the kings and
queens of Knight-teen ,68 who reigned over proms and
sock hops through the votes of loyal boosters.
Christmas, spring, and football dances were colored
with the Hkingly purple" as scholars, musicians, and
athletes enjoyed a new role as the "royal couple."
Earning the titles of jamboree Queen, Prom King,
or Cindy, the distinctive Knights wore their crowns
with pride as representatives of the 'iideal teenfi
Some kings and queens wore dual crowns, selected
by hallot voting for double honors in athletic and so-
cial, talent and personality inter-school competition.
Those who missed the royal titles enjoyed the success
of their classmates, and often found themselves com-
peting again in the varied kingly contests.
Vtihether for athletic or social events, the crowning of
a royal couple added to the festivity of the season,
singling special teens out as the unique Knight judged
worthy of honor as a typical Arlington student, a let-
terman's queen, or a member of a prom court.
Senior Kenny Duggins receives a royal salute from his date and
queen ofthe ROTC Nlilitary Ball, Senior Karen Byers
The Crowning glory . . . senior Lynn Tatum receives applause from liellou homecoming princuscs
j Suzanne Kassler, Linda Rahm, and Theresa Hartley as she reigns over the festivities.
Commencement day was the climax of thc Colden
Knightls four-year quest, but it was not the last chapter
of his crusade. Though he had earned his accolade and
emblazoned his shield, with the solemn strains of N Pomp
and Circumstancef' he would face a greater world than
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A complete record of school life and history
must capture the spirit of a year. The "Accolade"
caught this spirit, the spirit that was Knight-teen
'68, The chanting of "Co, Knightsf' at a ball game,
the concentration of a science student in a Chem-
istry I lab, the nervous articulation of a debate
team member in state competition-this was the
year-and this was the record. The "Accolade" is
an organized memory, Knight-teen '68 packaged
in over 200 pages. A two-part yearbook, it in-
cludes students in all aspects of study and all
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student' in Knight-teen '68.
of nineteen '68, of language
clubs and a freshman class,
of graduating seniors and
a qualified faculty. It re-
flects the Knight-teen '68 as a
part of the expanding and unlim-
ited new world of nineteen '68,
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Performing groups . . . 106g Academic clubs
Service organizations . . . 118g Athletics . . .
Cooks, custodians . . . 150g Administration , . .
Faculty . . . 1545 Seniors . . . 160g Underclass-
men . . . 190g
Advertising. . . 212g Indexes, Closing . . .
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The Hrst half of this two-part book
was an informal, unorthodox look at
the spirit that made Knight-teen '68
The second half is the quiet story
of individuals whose behind-the-
scenes work has meant the success
of clubs and activities.
This is the story of the working
Knight, the backstage man of nine-
teen '68. It is the story of officers and
committee chairmen, of Latin Club
slave sales and History Club museum
Striving for a complete and un-
divided Camelot, the "pages, of
Arlington, the freshmen who faced
their first year of high school, achieved
a spirit of unity.
The pages of the i'Accolade" have
sustained this picture of an entire
school with the common theme of
Although the year's events are often blurred by current activities, the important memories
stand as a clear silhouette when review ed bv reminiscing Knights.
With spirited cheers of "Co, team, goin an impromptu pep rally of lettcrmen gathers momentum
before an after-school basketball clash with a rival team.
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Niemhers of the .-Xrlingtones are CFRONT TO Bruce Pllllillm, DHVG BOHYIPBZ Dave N100dy',
BACK75fffPhdf1if' BMU5- PCESY Dllllll, Debbie Ron Pettigrew, Glenn Bengert, Alan Kuhl-
Campbelly Karen Byers, Donna Kmmvcx xlar. man. Dick Emery, The Arlingtones.performed
cia Reider, Debbie Curtis. Sandi lfaulltner, iflCUIK'l'rlHifi!madrigulliumbers.
The '6Treble-airesf' a 60 mem-
ber performing group, added a fes-
tive touch to the 1967 Christmas
season with concerts and caroling.
The all-girl organization was se-
lected from glee club classes on the
basis of singing ahility and poise.
The chorus of soprano and alto
voices joined in traditional tunes as
well as modern melodies.
The Boys Ensemble also shared the
Christmas concert spotlight with a
20 member group that gained ten
voices for the second semester.
The singing group of tenors and
basses earned their position in the
chorus for outstanding performances
in glee club organizations.
Arlington's madrigal musicians,
the "Arlingtones," took the lead in
civic and school concerts. The fif-
teen-memhcr group "stole the show H
in musical, memorial, and commem-
orative holiday concerts and special
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Members of the Treble-Aires are: KRONV
ONEJ Mr. Ralph Horine, Karen VValtnn. Deb-
bie Brown, 'Indy' Bisser. Lorraine Xtiekers, Ann
Kratz, Marsha Todd, Libby Cochran, Kathy'
Hammer, Kathy' Atkinson, Anna Ferguson,
Barbara Knnyxe, joanne NVilliams, Iflva Nlar-
tin, Nirs. june Edison: KRONY TYVOP Charlotte
Bussell, Carol Persons, Donna Quinnett,
Luci Snyder, Debra Kappus, Linda Summer-
lot, Chris Dilley, Connie Hughes, Karen
Wilkes, Nlaureen Kennedy, Anne Hnggatt,
Sheri Hanes, Paula Knight, Peggy Hall, jan
Behrmann, Darlene Ciissnaz KROYY THREE?
jan Brnyyn, Sally' Brmyn, Patti Cherpas, Linda
Hines, janet Byers, jenny Light, Yin-ki Xleilny,
Gayle Boyd, 'I'yy'anda Kirby, Kathy Sniothers.
Brenda Griffin, joan Wilson, Diane Nlartin.
Ann Bishop, iROXY FOYBP .Xndrenese Xie-
Daniels, jninne Bryan, Beth Biyens. Clyyen
Ferguson, Jeanne johnson, Marilyn Xlnsier.
Peggy Klein, Carol Xlrfinrrniely, Donna Dunn.
Cathy Xleharland, Debby Day, Katie Snyder.
Amy Pheasant, Barbara Tipton, Kelly Slnenni,
The girls perform in enneert productions,
Members of the Boys Ensemble are: KROVV Hryhgrf DQ-urdnrffa Dunn-l R055 QRQW' TXVOy Dennis Nlatchett, NllCllLlt'lZOl'I1ijll'T, Run Shan,
ONE? john Bauerle, Tim O3Dell, I,lny'd VVhite, Chuck fxhlrlinggr, Chrig fjqmlin, Bob Bowser, .-X. Nliehael Bates, Torn Zentz, Xlr. Ilorine is
Tom Mayhood, Rick Crosson, Steve Bridges, Stephen Christian, Steve lfraligh, Run Nljllg-ir, director.
Musicians show precision with routines
Members of the Concert Band are: QROW
ONE? Barb Heitz, jayne lkawa, Susan Valdez,
Meg Woods, Karen johnson, Susan Meranda,
Linda Rosenquist, Vicki Howe QROVV TVVO?
john Colbert, Diane Nixon, john Lappas, Dan
Anticipating a touchdown, freshman Larry
Patrick prepares for the school pep song.
Krause, Bob Cassell, Bill Schofield, Randy
Nickel, Corliss Yoder, Bob Boles, Becky De-
puty, Linda Carter, john Weinhardt, john Hall,
Becky johnson QROVV THREE? Alan Howard,
jim Thrasher, Steve Kuhl, Mary Terrel,
Arlene Mithofler, Doug Benge, Mike Brown,
Phil Woodard, Steve Keherer, Lee VVinslow,
Mark Miller, Bob Mott, Dave Bonney, Tom
Dean, Mark Taylor, Bob Randolph, jim Vance,
Allen Borden, Carl Carr, Rick Reidy, john
Marching Band: CROW ONE? Carol McCor-
mick, Diana Ault, Chris King, Karen johnson,
Sue Bruton, Pat Stutsman, Ann Waller, Becky
Pearce, Donna Roberts, Melinda Clark, Barb
Heitz, Barb Hartley, Debbie Hicks, Lori Grana,
Karen Roberts, Linda Friend, Laura Saillant,
Dawn DeLisle, Charlotte Bujarsky, Peggy
Duclus, Kris Embach, Merry Spoolstra, Debbie
Causey, Debbie Hines, Ann Mathews, Shelly
Nethery, jan Ansley, KROW TWO? jeff Zaring,
Doug Benge, Phil Woodard, Bob Randolph,
Howard McPeek, Ray Pohland, jim Caier,
Larry Page, Ron Amos, Mary Olsen, Cail De-
Haven, Barbara Stephenson, Carol Marquart,
emonstrate classical ability in concerts
Cotton, Ron Richeson, jim Wheeler CROW
FOUR? Deborah Richart, Sheryl Radtke,
Theresa Cartwright, Karen Hovarter, Doug
Weaver, john McClain, Steve Walton. Don
McMillan, Doug Brumfield, Bruce Pulliam,
jeff Zaring, Tom Edwards, Bob Lappas, Steve
Hill, Mike Blue, Steve Apple YROW FIVEJ
Bob Weber, Larry Pond, Les Tomlison, Donna
Kouwe, Greg Maxwell, Sherrie Hern, joe
With their "best foot forwardf
the marching band proudly performed
to the spirited tunes of high-stepping
halftime numbers and polished
Strutting before contest judges
they earned a first division in the
Southport band contest, and pleased
the crowd with Veteran's Day parade
routines, designed with the theme
" Day of Glory."
The Concert Band also highlighted
the school year with the annual Pops
Concert, featuring guest saxophone
soloist Ralph Cari. "Born Free," and
'SThe shadow of Your Smile" added
to the haunting melodies of the pro
gram emceed by broadcaster Mr
The spring concert season opened
with Opus number seven and guest
soloist, Mr. Carl "Doc" Severinson
Severinson appeared with the band
Carol Huser, Tom Dean, Tom Edwards,
Steve Click, john Marquart, Lance Wickliff,
Paul Flockhart, Larry Dimick, Mark Wheeler,
Marty Byers, Steve Hill, Chris Coder, Steve
Apple, Mark Hoecker QROW THREE? john
Don Thrasher, Randy
Phil Utigard, Mark
jim Thrasher, Bill
Cotton, john Wilhelm,
Nickel, Steve Kehrer,
Hewitt, jim Wheeler,
Schofield, Bob Cassell, Dan Krause, Mike
Blue, Wayne Fuson, Bob Kraucuas, Alan
Howard, Bob jackson, Mark Taylor, Dave
Edmonds QROW FOURJ Laura Williams,
Karen Loman, Rick Pieidy, jim Vance, Dave
Weston, Paul Bailey, john Colbert, Mark
Banks, Allen Borden, john VVeinhardt, Phil
Allen, Mark Miller, Bob Graeber, Roger West,
Dave Bonney, Kathy LeFeber, Sue Young
CROW FIVEJ Bruce Pulliam, Kurt Homann,
Mark Klippel, Doug Brumfield, jeff johnson,
Howard C-raves, Larry Patrick, Les Tomlison,
Cary Stafford, Bob Weber, Mark Bishop, Larry
Pond, Steve Walton, john McClain, Don
McMillan, Mike Rawlinson.
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In civic as well as school performances, the Concert Choir brought a golden
sound of music to the Arlington scene. The 71 vocalists combined their
talents with Hfolk rock,U religious, and contemporary melodies.
The musical Knights caroled downtown in the Christmas season, blending
the traditional holiday tunes with the noise and the clatter of the City-County
Building. Individually, choir members sang in the musical production of the
'iKing and If, mastering the tunes of the program.
Starring in "Solon performances as well as uduetsf, the orchestra presented
concerts and accompanied the 'ispotlight singersw during the musical year.
The 53-piece performing organization was led in the spotlight by concert-
mistress Sandi Faulkner and conductor Miss Priscilla Smith. The group also
performed in the annual spring concert with traditional symphonic and
"avant-garden works by recognized modern composers.
Both groups appealed to a wide variety of age groups in their selection of
themes with uuniversal interest." The Knights practiced and performed the
numbers, adding distinction to the Arlington sound of music.
Concert Orchestra members are: CROW ONEP
Ron Pettigrew, Sandi Faulkner, Sharron Tay-
lor, Barb Beidy, jenny Light, Diane Nixon,
Mark Hoecker, Paula Fessler QBOW TWOJ
David Nixon, Mary Long, jane Merriman, Barb
Kouwe, jearinie johnson, Patti Price, Bob
Matthew, Diane Manship, Laura johnson,
Vicki YanDuren QROVV THREEJ Mary Ter-
rell, Ann Bishop, Becky Taylor, Kathy Routt,
Linda Allen, Carol Gierke, Carroll Bruenger
QROW FOUR? Ginny Harts, Peggy Dunn,
Steve Shierling, David Outterson, Kathy
Egnes, Suzy Valdez, jayne Ikawa, john Col-
bert, Allen Howard, Becky johnson, john
An accomplished cello player, Miss Priscilla
Smith helps out during " King and I",
Hall, Stephanie Bates, Charles Wilhelm, Chris
Halter, Mike Sylvester QROWV FIVE? joe
Markland, Sherrie Hern, Miss Priscilla Smith,
Doug Benge, Lee Winslow, Steve Kehrer, Dan
Krause, Bob Cassell, Bill Schofield, Randy
Nickel, Mike Blue, Steve Apple, jeff Zaring,
Book Club: KSEATEDD Roy Willman, Glenn Oldham-secretaryg QROW ONEJ Paula Urbain-sponsor, john Ross, Pat Kenrick,
Swisher-treasurer, Becky Pearce, Maureen Spahr-president, Lynn Harkins, Beth Robin- Mike Mummey, lvars Rage, Steve Betras.
Ray, Becky johnson, Britt johansson, Deni son-vice-presidentg QROW TWOJ Mr. james
Members of the Chess Club are: KSEATEDD
Bruce Pulliam-secretary, Ron Amos, Bill Lipp,
Ron Richeson-president, Byron Eason, QFIRST
ROW? Nathan jorgensen, Bruce Ikawa, David
Dransheld, john Benton, john Hobson, Mr.
Edward Sweetman-sponsor, QSECOND ROW?
Doug Greeson, Larry Dimick, Ken Watson,
T. E. Shank-treasurer, john Gibson, QTHIRD
ROWD Rob jackson, Paul Ecklund, Darrel
Clodfelter-sergeant-at-arms, Brian Schoon-
maker, Tom Lammer.
Combining skill, imagination, and
patience, students in the chess club
fought mock contests on a battle-
field marked with 64 black and red
squares. Attempting to force the op-
ponentys king to surrender, the club
members perfected their attack and
defense with an army of sixteen
men. Under the guidance of presi-
dent Ron Richeson and sponsor Mr.
Edward Sweetman, the club tried to
retain the State Championship
From Voltaire to Steinbeck, Book
Club members analyzed the litera-
ture of established authors and for-
mulated their own opinions on the
philosophy and style of writing. The
sixteen members discussed selected
literature and developed literary
criticisms. In the spring, sponsor Mr.
james Urbain conducted a panel
discussion on local television.
Hobbyists pursue interests with an eye
for the future
The skyscrapers of tomorrow may
be built by the FAD club members
of today. Under the supervision of
sponsor Dewaine Metcalf, 25 future
architects and draftsmen enthusiasts
are developing experience in plan-
The FAD club has covered the
cityis monuments and buildings in
their search for outstanding and un-
usual architecture, including both
modern and traditional styles in
their building research.
November 28, they toured the
Scottish Rite Cathedral in down-
town Indianapolis, where the Gothic
lines of the church encouraged them
to try several blueprints and draw-
ings of their own. With an eye to a
future of modern skyscrapers and
highways, the Future Architects and
Draftsmen Club has made their
group a vocation-minded organiza-
Members of the Future Architects and Draft Hesse president jov Mcvev secretary Carl QSECOND ROWJ Mr, Dewaine Metcalf-
men Club are KFIRST ROW? Roger Robin Harvey vice president Richard Stoneking Sponsor, David Hoggatt, Darrell Butler, Clark
son jerrv Dunphv Steve Robertson Flmer Mike Krrenik Bob Rossetter King Yee Lucas, Bill-lay, Terry Adams.
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A future Werner Von Braun, sophomore
Ivars Rage prepares his rocket for launch.
Historians, scientists stud
past, surroundings of rnan
Science enthusiasts spent Saturday mornings attending lectures by special-
ists in physics, biology and chemistry at the Indiana University Medical
Center. The twenty-one seminar representatives were chosen on the basis of
a qualifying test.
Other students interested in advancements in science and technology per-
formed experiments as a part of the Science Club, sponsored by Mr. Robert
McClary. Chemistry teacher, Mr. Robert Zetzl, lectured on the 'Hazards of
Oxygenl, November 2,
While science students researched future projects, the Knights of History
delved into the past. Traveling to southern Indiana, the junior Historians
explored the colonial settlement at Spring Mill and the experimental socialistic
community of New Harmony.
Seeking the facts and forces that shaped the
United States and Indiana, members of the
History Club are: lROW ONEJ Susan Horine,
Mary Amt, Sheri Hanes, john Holmes-spon-
sor QROW TWO? Amy Quate, Camille Mur-
ray, Susie Bischoff-president CROW
THREE? janie Branham, Ann Hoggatt-seo
retary, jan Brown, Michelle Vaughan, Becky
Repphan KROW FOURJ Ellen johnson, Roy
Willman, Bruce Hubbard, Cathy Bicldinger,
CROW FIVE? Dan Cooper, Denise Slinkard-
vice-president, Steve Kaiser, Sara Dunbar,
Ron Shaw fROW SIX? David Hoggatt, Bill
Hixon--Librarian, Ron Miller, Rudyard
Heady, john Potts-treasurer.
Challenging the theories and concepts of biolo-
gy, chemistry, physics ancl astronomy, mem-
bers of the Science Club are: QROW ONEJ
Rebecca Clare, Cindy Todd QROW TWOJ Ter-
ry Murphy, Carole Bruton, Diana Nixon,
Patty Price, Libby Cochran-secretary-treas-
urer CROW THREED Debbie LeFeber, Paul
Eskland, David Taylor, Steve Kaiser, Bill An-
thony, Robert Utterback, Ivars Rage, David
Schwantes, Robert Deardorft QROW FOUR?
Robert N1cClary-sponsor, Doug Creeson,
Steve Kuhl, Dave Nixon, Steve Betras, Steve
Robertson, Larry Page, Roger Robinson, john
Ross, Tom johnson-vice-president, Brent
Price-president, john Ricketts.
Members of the Seienee Seminar greg QROW KROW TWO? Tom Lammars, Steve Betras, Ehrenwald, Ivars Rage QROVV THREE? Dave
ONEJ Steve Bigelow, Bob Pruitt, Mike Cutig- Brent Price, Tom johnson, Elmer Hesse, Mi- Milan, Steve Kuhl, Dan Huffman, Rick Rei-
Chia, Te,-ry Murphy, Betty jean Campbell chael Schoonmaker, Mike Mummey, Alfred dy, john Weinharclt, jeffZaring, Ken Gray.
Club members pursue international stud
Members of the German Club are: QROW
ONEJ Bill Cherry, Pete Murphy, Craig Winn,
Dave johnson CROW TWO? Inge Kirchner,
Susan Lacy, Lorriane Wickers, Terry Murphy
French Club members are: QROW ONEJ Car-
ol Auch, janet Byers, Barbara Boyd, Terry
LeFeber, Lisa Williams, Karen Weaver, Becky
-president, Tamara McEdwards-secretary
QROW THREE, john Schulz-sponsor, julie
Pool, Ausma Brikmanis, Carol Patton, Sharron
of langua es
WVith bi-weekly club meetings,
linginsts interested in extending
classroom knowledge studied Cer-
rnan cusUnns.'The Hry event ofthe
year, a coke party, increased club
Honors Program participants, Carol
PaUon and Sharon Suns shared
memories of their stay in Germany
as guestspeakers ofthe club.'Toin-
crease vocabulary and record club
acdvnkn, Hue Cennan CHub pub-
lished a newspaper, U Der Rittern.
The behef that Hundermandingn
isthe key to wtnld peace tdggered
an nrdepth Mudy of French cuhure
bythe HHeen nuunbersofthe French
Club. Returning visitors related their
experiences in France with movies,
talks, and displays. Money gained
from coat checks Hnanced club pins
and the Christmas party, adding to
johnson-vice-president, Britt Johansson Sheim, Sara Dullbalk Paula Saura, CheffYl
QROW TWOJ Andrenese McDaniels-secrea Black, Ierilvn PhilliP5"Pff?5id9Y1f, Mfr .lohn
tary-treasurer, Gayle Boyd, Alice Sermer- KafSal'0P0Ul05-SPONSOR
Exploring the traditions of Spain and Mexico,
members of the Spanish Club are: QROW
ONEJ Mrs. Margaret Rogers-sponsor, joy
Upson, Marina Hoyo, Marta Hoyo, Mary Vil-
larreal, jeanie Sims, Nancy Villarreal, Mrs.
Mercedes Portilla-sponsor CROW TWOJ
Felix Compadre, Camille Murray, Donna
Quinnett-vice-president, Ann Harding, Te-
resa Roberts, Cher Gibson, Merle Salford
KROW THREEJ Glenda Hansen-treasurer,
Beth Robinson, Patricia McPherson, Corliss
Yoder, Karen Byers, Elaine jarvis, Margie Ir-
win, Mary Long, Patty Sims iROW FOURl
Terry Murphy, Sandra Perdue, Kathy Tindall,
Laurie Peterson, George Portilla, Robert jass-
mann-secretary, Donna Roberts, Evan Ful-
mer, Roger Robinson QROW FIVEJ janet
Marr, Barbara Reidy, Roberta Rice, Elizabeth
Kidwell, Cindy Davis, Susie Curl-president,
john South, Becky lmel, Linda Rosenquist,
Libby Coch ran.
Bingo parties, an inter-club ban-
quet, and a joint meeting with the
Tech "Romani, enthusiasts kept Latin
Club members in the 'iB.Cf' groove
with plebeian and patrician inter-
ests. Sponsoring the annual Interna-
tional Banquet, members of the
group shared information about
Italian traditions and customs with
other interested language students.
Red upanuelosn waved as Span-
ish Club members danced the "Con-
gox' under the direction of Mrs.
Mercedes Portilla. Learning the
dances sparked interest in Spanish
customs. Exchange student Felix
Compadre and other guest speakers
contrasted the differences in teenage
life in the two countries. A taste of
Spanish foods flavored one club pro-
gram during their annual outing to
a Spanish restaurant, "La Casa
Amigan, and a Mexican holiday
brightened the Christmas celebra-
Membeis of the junior Classical League are:
QROW ONED Bill Fontaine, Sandra Epply,
Ruth Daines KROW TWOJ Mike Reax, Diane
Davis-editor of the TRIDENT, Katie Sny-
der-secretary-treasurer, jim Gaier-presi-
dent, Harry Moretz, Michael Schnelker-spon-
sor QROW THREED Paul McMichael, Daniel
McDermott, Stephen Eltroth, Chris Conlin-
vice-president, Mike Keneick.
.-XCCOLADE Horneroom Representatives are:
tROVV ONEJ Kevin Gillette, Marcy Seyhold,
Mary McPherson, Carol Hughes, janice Cher-
pas, Linda Hepler, Sheryl Radtke, Brenda
Burp, Barbara Saillant, Richard Kinnainan
tROW TWOD Pat Miles, Becky Deputy, Cathy
ACCOLADE Staff memhers are: QROVV ONEJ
Stephanie Dodd, Anitra Clark, Donna Dani-
luck, joan Lancello, Terry Coins, joAnne
Clark, Sue Cartwright, Karen Boyd, judy Tip-
ton, Shirly Brewer, Peggy Crisp, jeanne john-
son, Dehhi Haines, Kim Spangle KROW'
THREEJ Diana Ault, Denise Fields, Sue
Wood, Susan Ault, julie Tyler, Lawrence
Barker, Barhara Stephenson, Betsy Beyhurn,
Bryan QROW TWO? jan Lannom, Patty Done-
gan, Susan Shumway, Cindy Brandt, Kevin
Gillette, Dottie Griffith, Karen jeffries tROW
Donald Nlathews, Roy VVillman QROW FOURJ
Sue Bruton, Kathy Baymont, joAnne Bryan,
Criss Horton, Don Murray, Roh Partenheimer,
Dennis Matchett, Wayne Fuson, Cheryl Catt,
Bob Mesalam, Randy johnson.
THREE? jan Cradick, Susie Burton, Kathy
Rawlinson, Al Hall, janelle Neshit, jeff
Zaring, Carl Hollingsworth.
Two-part yearbook reflects school stor ,
A staff of forty-one journalists
incorporated the story of Knight-
teen '68 in the 244-page "Accolade.H
The yearbook reporters investi-
gated the school from the English
corridor to the math department
determined to present an accurate
and complete picture ofthe year.
Matching their writing skills to
five major deadlines, co-editors
Susan Shumway and jeff Zaring,
managing editor Cindy Brandt, and
layout editor Donna Daniluck do-
nated senior talents to the book,
creating a permanent record of
Achieving membership in the nation-wide or-
ganization at two annual dinners, Quill and
Scroll members are: QROW ONE? Susan
Armed with pica rulers, contact sheets and pens, editors jeff Zaring, Susan Shumway, Donna
Daniluck, and Cindy Brandt Hnish a layout and the copy for a spread,
Shumway, Mary jane Mercier, Beth Reynolds, Ann Kratz tROW TWOJ Denny Southerland
Diana Ault, Karen Roberts, Donna Daniluck, MHYC IOHBS, Karefl TllUl'Sf0fl, lim CHU
Cindy Brandt, Dottie Griffith, Kathy Baymont, Charlie Kennedy.
Lancer staff members are: QROW ONE? Sally
Brown, Stephanie Bright, Karen Roberts,
Charlie Kennedy, Karen Thurston, Marc
jones, Diana Ault QROW TWO? Darlene
Alonzo, Kris limbach, Susan Ault, Meg Woods,
VVinners at the Marion County Press Day
sponsored by Lawrence Central and Warren
Beth Reynolds, Debbie Phelps, Robyn Cham-
ness, Ann Kratz, Patty Kingston, Susie Bis-
chohr QROW THREE? Carol Marguart, Phil
Gelston, Phil DeRolph, jim Carr, Mike Fish-
er, Denny Southerland, Scott New kirk, Howard
Central are: QROW ONE? jan Cradick,
Mike Fisher, Karen Thurston, Kay Hinds,
Hubler, Becky Pearce KROW FOUR? Kav
Hinds, Michelle Vaughan, Madonna Criffem
Hal Stallings, jim Overmeyer, Marc Bouch-
er, Ken Gray, Carol McCormick, Carol Lainpe.
Marc jones QROW TWO? jim Carr, Phil De-
Rolf, Carl Hollingsworth, Chris VVodtke.
With cnose for newsi, journalists report
mu gl, Wx ss! V
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Controversial subjects present problems to Karen Thurston, Ann Kratz, and Phil DeRolf.
Delivering Lancers to homerooms, Lancer
Representatives are: QROW ONEJ XVillie
Portilla, Patty Donegan, Terri White, Cathy
McFarland, Amy Quatc, Debbie Haines, Don-
ald Mathews, Dave Johnston, Mary Hinds,
Linda Rahm, Mike McPherson, jack Minton
QROW TWOD Sherri Trump, Donna Daniluck,
Debbie Wilson, Donna Quinnett, Susie Bis-
choff, Debbie Sayles, Debbie XValls, Terri
Butcher, Brenda Burp, Andrea Beasley, Criss
Horton, Sheryl Breuere QROWV THREE! Sue
Bruton, Diana Ault, Tim O'Dell, julie Tyler,
Barb Stephenson, Linda Davis, jack Smith,
Libby Cochran, Ron Shaw, Debra Cromwell,
Accurate, up-to-the-minute copy
was the weekly goal of the Lancer
staff. Novice reporters learned the
importance of checking and double-
checking their efforts under the di-
rection of newspaper co-editors
Karen Thurston and Charlie Ken-
Plans were also mapped for next
yearls staff of aspiring journalists,
with special emphasis on the prob-
lems of presenting a complete pic-
ture of the school and its student
Appearing weekly, the Lancer de-
veloped as the "Voice,' of Golden
Knights and administration, cover-
ing both sides of the Arlington
Ted Meek KROVV FOUR7 Chris Reeder, Lenard
Beasley, Carol Lampe, Kathy Hammer, Con-
nie Dickson, Rick Wicsheit, Don Murray, Rob
Partenheimer, Barbara Cabbert, Kathy Routt,
Thomas Yeagley, Bob Bowser, Scott Tegar-
den, Don McMillan.
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Members of the National Thespian Society
are: CROW ONE? Pam Truax, Mary Arnt,
Amy Quate, janet Byers, Carolyn Hill, Meg
Woods QROW TWO? Sheri Haines, Vikki
Alexakos, john Marks-treasurer, Sheryl
Radtke, Beth Sloan, Tod Levitt KROW
THREE? Patty Kingston, Bruce Tovsky, Vale-
rie Smith, Nancy Atkinson-clerk, Marcia
Reider-secretary, Susan Parsons QROW
In competition, an effective rebuttal takes
concentration for junior Russ Kennedy,
FOUR? Carol Lampe, Karen jessup, David
Martin, Kris Ann Schuesler, Ralph VVeber,
Stan VVelton QROW FIVE? Brent Price, Doug-
las Gootee, Phillip Celston-board member,
Mike Kaiser, Libby Cochran, Hope Levitt-
president QROW SIX? Russ Kennedy, Barb
Gabbert, jan Brown, Charlie Kennedy, Pete
Rusthoven, Allan Kuhlman-vice-president.
Utilizing modern scripts and in-
dividual interpretation, the National
Thespian Society provided an enter-
tainment media for students inter-
ested inthe performing arts.
Apprentice thespians, striving for
membership, gained points by taking
part in productions and by joining
the back-stage crews responsible for
cast make-up, scenery, props, cos-
tumes, curtains, and lighting,
The thespians produced "The
Christmas Misern for the student
body during the '67 holiday season
with juniors john Marks and Karen
Jessup playing the leading roles
of "Scrooge" and "MollyH in the
The satirical play "Animal Farmf'
by George Orwell, was performed by
the actors in state-wide competition
at a meet on the Ball State campus.
Members staged the short play,
"The Bad Children," for city grade-
school students in the spring.
rators polish skills through competition
VVhile the majority of pupils
have a five-day work week, stu-
dent orators practiced six days a
week for City wide speech com-
petition. VVith information cards
and back-up notes, debaters took
a stand on the issues affecting the
Speech enthusiasts gained points
toward induction into the National
Forensics League by entering con-
tests ranging from dramatic inter-
pretation to extemporaneous
speaking to poetry. They also
uscoredn at a Butler University
clinic offering guidance to speak-
Members of the National Forensics
League are: QROVV ONE? Larry Lannan.
john Marks, Nancy Olson. Tod Levitt, Nleg
VYoods-president KROVV TYVO? Brent
Price, Hoard Hubler-vice-president, jef-
fery Lewis, Carol Lampe, Philip Gelston
QROVV THREE? Mike Krienik, Stan YVel-
ton, Kris Nelson, Hope Levitt QROVV
FOUR? Russ Kennedy, jan Brown, Sheryl
Kuhlman, Ron Nliller KROW' FIVE? David
Schxsantes, Charlie Kennedy, Allan
Kuhlman. Pete Rusthoven. Nlrs. Georgia
Representing the school members ofthe De Paula Spahr jan Broun Michael Cuticchia Kris Nelson, David Schwantes, Pete Rust-
batff Team SFC lR0W ONE? John M-GlfkS QROW TVVO? Philip Celston james Broun hoven, Allan Kuhlman, Russ Kennedy.
Improving student and faculty relationships,
members of the Student Council are: LROYV
ONE? Tom Burleson, Scott Spiegel, Douglas
Singleton, Dan Krause, Phil Ltigard, Kurt
Homann, Mark Bishop. Felix Compadre,
XYayne Traetoyy, Dave Frederick KROW'
TYVOJ Karl Hinkle, Danny Crowe, Ron Petti-
grew, Allan Kuhlman, Steve Kehrer, Herb
Henry, Wayne Fuson, Robert Deardorff QROW
THREEJ Carol Forbes, Beth Loveless, Kris-
tine Embach, Pat Stutsman, Vicki Roan,
Robyn Chamncss, janey Baskett, Carole
Critchlow, Willie Portilla, Merry Spoolstra,
Debbie Phelps, Mary Linzer, Lisa VVichscr.
Lynn jansen, Linda Yant, Mrs. Belgen VYellS
lRUYV FOURJ Vicki Altom, Patsy Wallis,
Becky Pearce, Anitra Clark, julie Hart, jody
Fox, Karen jeileries, Mary Kay Kcllerhals,
Debbi Haines, Cindy Hopper, Denise Mari-
etta, Barb Hartley, Laurie Peterson, Susan
Ault, Chris Campbell, Memory Lawhorn,
Russell Palma, Roger West QROW FIVE?
Marc Boucher, Amy Brown, Connie Hughes,
Debbie Wiersma, Lori Crana, Beth Reynolds,
Elected by Student Council members to lead the organization of homeroom representatives sen-
iors Karen Loman, Martha Musser, Denny Southerland, Charlie Kennedy, and Beth Reynolds
serve as officers for the group of school and community-minded Colden Knights.
Suzanne Kasler, Kris Ann Schuesler, Lisa
XVilliams, Steve Draughon, Carol Marquart,
Bobbe Hill, Karen Boyd, Barbara Saillant,
Hope Levitt, Karen Loman, Craig Winn
KROVV SIXJ Bobbie Yan Sickle, joAnn Bryan,
David Outterson, Bob Mcslarn. Steve Apple,
jeff Fording, jim Carr, Martha Musser, Carol
McCormick, Scott Newkirk, Tod Levitt, Caroll
Bruenger, Sally Tegarden, Don Counts, Marcy
Seybold, Nancy Meek, Betsy Reyburn, Cloria
Marsh, Mary jane Mercier.
Homeroom ambassadors repre-
senting 125 homerooms worked to
promote inter-school understanding
through spirit committees, sock
hops, and uHowdy Weeku in the
The Council sponsored a school
program honoring outstanding citi-
zens, scholars, athletes, and leaders,
spending their time in service.
During the summer, I2 cabinet
members attended workshops
throughout the country where prob-
lems were shared and ideas ex-
changed in an effort to improve.
Representatives were also distin-
guished in organizations outside the
school. Elected to serve on the In-
dianapolis Federation of Student
Councils, junior Marc Boucher
served as ,67-'68 president.
S, council leaders dedicate talents,
Officers of the National Honor Society, senior john Weinhardt leads the group as
Steve Apple, vice-president: Susan Shumxy ay, secretary: and Debbie Yan Duren, treasurer.
National Honor Society members are: QROWV
ONE? Thomas Beall, Charles Petry, Dan Huff-
man, jeff Zaring, Mike Mcliowen, Brent
Price. Rich Reidy, Kevin Kelley, Tom john-
son, john Hallinger, Mike Schoonmaker,
Bruce Pulliam, David Nixon, Charlie Ken-
nedy, Loren Habeney KROW TWOJ jill
Bourne, Linda Long, Ann Kratz, Glenda Han-
sen, Corene jones, jayne lkawa, Rosa Hill,
Mary jane Mercier, Pam Moulder, joan wil-
son, Sue Bruton, jan Ansley, Rebecca johnson,
Alana Darrell QBOVV THREE? Sondra XYilson,
Barham Heitz, Karen johnson. Hope Levitt.
Terri Hartley, Diana Ault, Karen Thurston,
Stephanie Bates, jo Ann Tipton, Beth Rey-
nolds, Carol Patton, Sandra VVatjen, janet XVil-
liams, Candy Matthews, Susan Shumway,
janelle Nesbit, Debbie Yan Duren, jerilyn
Phillips QROW FOURJ Donna Kouwe, Kathy
Raymont, Lynn jansen, Susie Curl, Linda
Friend, Martha Musser, Karen Roberts,
Debbie Hicks, Kim VVitsman, Debii Beetem,
The National Honor Society strove
to create an enthusiasm for scholar-
ship, stimulate a desire for service,
promote worthy leadership, and
encourage the development of char-
acter with an honorary organization
of Houtstandingw students.
Under the leadership of sponsors
Mr. Robert Gwyn and Mrs. Sally
Maze, the 60 students directed two
tap days and sponsored 'KMoonlight
and Mistletoef, a semi-formal dance
staged for the Christmas holidays.
At induction ceremonies, presi-
dent john XVeinhardt outlined the
society's purposes, goals, and re-
sponsibilities. Inductees took the
formal oath, and present members
affirmed their pledge to uphold their
tradition of scholarship.
Sandra Faulkner. Sharon Sims, Flania Nano-
poulos, Carol Barron, Dottie Critlith, Gloria
Marsh, Cindi Stone, Marian Satlord QROW'
FIVE? Michael Cheatham, john Lappas, Scott
Tegarden, jim Wheeler, Fred Simmons, Bob
Crabham, Tony Theyssen, Ted Meek, Al Katz-
man, Ceorge Portilla, Sam Shorter, Marc
jones, Elmer Hesse, Steve Apple, Sharon Os-
walt, Mary Terrell, Srana Roberts, Teri Cart-
wright. An honorary organization, NHS is
open to juniors and seniors,
Constructing equipment from television cam-
eras to robots, members of the Electronics
Club are: QROVV ONEJ Bill Cherry. Paul
Scott, Steve Bull, Terry Adams QROVV TWO?
jeannette NYilkins, Bill NYilson, Stephen XYal-
ton-prcsident, Paul Routh-vice-presiclent,
Larry Taylor KROW THREEJ William Fel-
lows-sponsor, Gene Neal, David Culp, john
Collins-secretary, Cary Parker.
Providing additional techniques of learning
through movies, film strips, recordings and
the public address system, the Audio-Visual
Assistants are: CROW ONEJ George Portilla,
Thomas Zentz, Mark Mewitt, Steve Bull, Peter
Murphy, Norman Leonard CROW TWO? Dan
Ratz, Douglas Cootee, john Benton, jerry
Dunphy, Larry Dunphy, Dan Lawhorn, Rick
Crossen QROW THREEJ Harold Quallcin-
bush, jeff Flynn, Kerry Darrenkamp, john
Collins, Ralph Weber, Steve Click, Karl Hin-
kle, Bob Kraucunas KROW FOURD Bruce
Tovsky, john Potts, Terry Murphy, Susie Bis-
choff, Steve Kaisen, john Holmes, Dan Coop-
Technicians solve mechanical problems,
With a headstart on the computer
age, the Electronics Club added to
the uautomationn trend with a mov-
ing mechanical man. "Boris," the
club's robot, presided at group meet-
ings as the mechanical mascot, a
battery-powered symbol of an up-
Auditorium technicians, however,
found their work could only be done
'iby hand," Under the guidance of
sponsor Bernard Heeke, the boys
learned the art of stage direction.
Props and lighting cues kept the ae-
tive group busy during plays and
special all-school convocations.
In the audio-visual department,
2 the problems of recording studios
and television stations were re-
' searched by interested students who
combined film and tape management
, talents in an all-school service.
Mr. Bernard Heeke keeps Talent Show tryouts running smoothly by repairing a phonograph.
Aidillg the PCl'f0fITling SFOUPS by C0USffllCfiIlg Mark Milam, Ralph Weber, Greg Maxwell, Howe, Andy jones QROW THREEJ jonathan
Sets, litlhliflii the Stage, and Cflflffflllillf-I the Pete Murphy, Mike Mennedy QROWV TVVOJ Parker, Bob Milliser, john Anderson, john
Cllftfliflsi the Hllditofium fCChmCil1nS 2il'0f james Siegfried, Mike Haemmerle, Tom Benton, Peter Van Spronsen, David Martin,
QROW ONEJ Bill Cherry, Stephen VValtun, jackggn, Lenard Beasley, Steve Fralish, Bruce Douglas Gootee,Clark Lucas.
Service groups initiate special project'
Members of Interclub Council are: QROVV
UNEP Donna Quinnett. Ann Kratz, Glenda
Hansen, Meg VVoods, Susan Lacy, Susie Bis-
chott, Glenn Swisher, jerilyn Phillips, Becky
johnson, Felix Gompadre, Audie Saillant. Karen
Loman QROVV TVVOD Diane Davis. Katic
Snyder, Nlarcia Rcider, Susan Shumway, Nancy
Atkinson, Pam Truax, john Lappas, Becky
Red Cross members are: tROWV ONE? Pam
Truax-secretary-treasurer, Becky Salter-
historian, Debbie Pedigo QROW TVVOJ Mrs.
Cladysmae Good-sponsor, Theresa Strauss
-president, Karen Walton, jan Gahris. Aid
to Viet Nam was their principle goal.
Salter, Sandra Watjen. Debbie Van Durcn,
Memory Lawhorn, Gayle Boyd, Linda Friend,
Beth Robinson QROVV THREEJ Karen Thur-
ston, Susie Curl, Russ Kennedy, Elmer Hesse,
Debbie Hicks, Steve Apple, Martha Nlusser,
Beth Reynolds, Garl Harvey, Tom johnson,
Anne Hoggatt, Libby Cochran, Tamara Mc-
lidwards, Nlichael Fisher QROVV FOURD Ghris
Conlin, jim Gaier, jeff Fording, Bob Hal-
comb, Gharlie Kennedy, Howard Hubler, Al-
lan Kuhlman, john Collins, Barbara Cabbert,
Denise Slinkard, Gloria Marsh, jeanne john-
son, Denise Richey, Theresa Strauss. School
leaders face similar problems in organizing
While political scientists con-
templated the advent of nuclear
war and weather forecasters pre-
dicted storms and tornadoes, Red
Cross Club members prepared for
Headed by senior Theresa Strauss
and faculty sponsor Mrs. Gladysmae
Good, the club participants readied
to aid disaster victims involved in
natural and Hman-made" emer-
The school service club, Tri-Hi-Y,
also enjoyed a busy schedule during
the year. Providing a food basket
for a needy family at Thanksgiving
and sending delegates to the model
United Nations, the all-girl organi-
zation played an active part in
school and community programs.
Leaders from all school activities
shared the problems of club organi-
zation in the Inter-Club Council,
a Hseminaru of officers concerned
with the membership and planning
problems of all school-related clubs.
Delivering "dreaded" green slips and assisting
administrators, the office messengers are:
KROXV ONE? Vicky Leonard, Jeannie NVeber.
janet Routh, Pam Lacy, Sandy Thompson,
Cindy Spradling, Candy Bader, Susan john-
son, Kathy Dover, Beth Robinson, Arlene
Jenson, Stephanie Cummings, Linda Rahm,
Sponsoring the Senior Boys Panel, members
of Tri-Hi-Y are: QROXV ONE? Patty Strana-
han, jane Anne Welsh, Sandi Watjen, Denise
Richey QROVV TVVOJ Vicki McCoy. Barbara
Mrs. Bclgen XVells KROVV TVVOJ Sue Xlurphy,
Nancy Pike, Debbie Sayles, Ruth Daines.
Glenda Cooper, Xlaureen Kennedy. Barbara
Irwin, Karen Byers, Donna Dunn, Elva Niar-
tin, Debby Wheeler, Bob Bowser QROW'
THREE? Anita Poole, Patti Cherpas, Darla
Shadrick, Libby Cochran, Barbara Norris,
Reidy, Chris Halter, janet Routt, Memory
Lawhorn QROXV THREEJ Kerri Smith, Peg
Nleyers, Gayle Boyd, Barbara Boyd, Patti
Cherpis. janet Williams.
Michael Cuticchia, Dennis Brown, Debbie
Pedigo. lan Ansley. Sue Wood QROXV FOURJ
Xlike Henthron, jo NVeston, Craig Roller,
joyce Cabbert, joAnn Payne, Nlark Vaughan,
Denise Slinkard, Stephanie Dixon, Marc Bouch-
er, Denny Nlatchett, jim Drummins, George
Wilson, Rick Weisheit.
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Clinic Assistants are: QROVV ONEJ Mrs.
Rowena Graub-nurse, Mary Amt, Pam Traux,
Denise Ford, Susan Crawley KROW TWOD
julia Mears, Carolyn Nostrand, Deloris
Cameron, Nancy Craig CROW THREEJ
Nancy Moyer, Dianna Fifer, Judy Bisser,
Carolyn Brooks QROW FOURJ Helen Hatha'
way, Kathleen Ann Tranburg, Diane Mullen
Ginny Harts CROW FIVEJ Barbara Gahbert
Cheryl Catt, Ausma Brikmanis, jean Booi.
Careers in service captured the in-
terest of Future Nurses Club mem-
bers as the community-minded teens
enjoyed a year of school activities.
The girls welcomed a former army
nurse who spoke of her experiences
in Viet Nam, they also invited the
FNC from Marshall High School to
join in one of their December group
President of the club, Barbara
Gabbert led the aspiring nurses in
the Mental Health Gift Lift, Christ-
mas Caroling, and Viet Nam gift box
campaigns. They also sold booster
badges and ribbons.
Clinic assistants prepared for a
medical career by aiding the nurses
in school emergencies. The girls
greeted patients, took temperatures,
and filed and recorded health records,
combining nursing and special secre-
tarial skills. The group worked as Red
Cross iistand-by" for sports events.
Future Nurses: QROW ONED Susan Parsons historian QROW TWOJ Sandy Shoemaker, dent, Laura johnson, Charlene Ferger-secre-
-vice-president, joy Upson, Cathy Carter, Joyce Gabbert, Karen Roller, Kathy jackson, tary, Anne Beall, Carol Hughes, Miss Patricia
April McVey, Sally Whaley, Debbie Richart- Madonna Griffey, Barbara Gabbert-presi- Knight-sponsor.
Exploring the world of numbers, probability,
chance and logic, members of the Math Club
are: QROW ONE? Michael Cuticchia, john
An international exchange of ideas
sparked the january 30 Future
Teachers of America reception with
a broadened interpretation of the
position of the teacher and the stu-
dent in a modern world.
Presented for Mr. Ali Cakmak,
Turkish exchange teacher, the tea
was sponsored by the club members
who are concerned with finding a
place in a rapidly-growing, vitally-
changing educational world.
The math club also took an active
interest in a progressive world, chal-
lenging their minds with the latest
problems of precise calculations. The
students tried mathematical riddles
and questions in their "numbers"
Members of the Future Teachers Club are:
CROW ONE? Sarah Gildea, Diane jackson,
Sandi Watjen-president, judy Tipton, Barb
Stephenson 1ROW TWO? Laurie Peterson,
joyce MacDonald, Barbara Dye, Michelle
Vaughan QROW THREE? Gloria Marsh-
treasurer, Martha Atz, Laura johnson, Debbie
Bennett KROW FOUR? Merle Saftord, Bobbie
VanSickle, Marilynn Daniel, julie Pool QROW
FIVE? Jeanne johnson-secretary, Vicki
Roehm, Robbie Rice, jeannine Kreider QROW
SIX? Anita Atz, Mrs. Margaret janert-spon-
sor, Stephanie Dixon.
Members of the varsity baseball team are:
QROVVONEJ jim Seamon, Denny Southerland, Doug Harmas. Larry Mayes, Terry Ziniple-
Bob Nic-ara, Bob Crabham, Dean Teater. Ran- man, .-Xl Katzman. Frank Broun, Scott 'Fogar-
Lly lforcl, Bill Bllllgll, Lance Rhodes QROXY clen, Coach Tom Dobbs. Bolsterecl by six rea
Trying for the extra base, outfielder Steve Baker slains into lioine in his attempt to score.
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en, the team intends to capture
the state crown.
Dobbs moblle drwes chat, men to victory
mer, john Buscomln, jack Nlitchc-ll, Bob Riley
Bruce Kelly, Nlikv Clancy, cmzcll Don Lostut
ter. Ccmcll Loslutter began his first season as
the reserve lmselmull teamls llc-acl cm1cl1.
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Varsity basketball team ccourtsl victory
Boasting a winning season, members of the Bill Baugh, Bob Meara, Veo McGee, Terry Thomas Dobbs-coach Chris Reeder Kevin
varsity basketball team are: CROW ONEJ Dick Zimpleman, Tom Meara, Scott Tegarden, Kelley, Mike Clancv Brad Davis Loren
Emery-manager, Bob Crabham-captain, Morris Erwin-manager CROW TWOJ Mr. Habeney, Mr. Don Lostutter coach
Ben Davis 85 60
Howe 53 59
Tech 53 38
Wood 59 74
Scecina 50 69
Lawrence Central 54 56
Carmel 91 71
Northwest 58 67
Greenfield 69 63
Beech Grove 79 103
Broad Ripple 63 70
Shortridge 95 63
Chatard fcityj 66 62
Marshall Qcityl 57 71
North Central 96 56
Manual 66 73
Pike 57 62
Cathedral 56 59
Warren Central 78 58
Washington 80 50
Tech Csectionalj 55 40
Season Record: 11-10
breaks school record with 11-10 season
Season Record: 8-
Members of the freshman team are: KROW TWOD Mr. Roland Cutter, Phil Vogelsang,
ONEJ Bob Mesalam, Don Thrasher, Ed Hart, Dennis Brown, john Ferguson, Geoff Rout,
Rick Carsline, Bob Helm, Ed Snyder, QROW Don Warner, Wayne Fuson, Skip Fisher.
Looking ahead toward the varsity squad, Bob Riley, Mike Seamon, Cary Ramage Greg Wolf, Bob Maas, Michael McGill, Mr.
members of the reserve basketball team are: QROW TWO? Scott Spiegel-manager, Phil Don Lostutter-coach, The team won eight
QBOW ONED jimmy Seamon, Tom Burleson, Gemmer, Mark McAlister, Mark Hammond, games by an average often points.
Ti-nnis tc-uni im-iriiiers arc: CROW' ONE?
Brucv Hviiiiciniiiip, john lnilipiis, Niurk Nickl-
i5tcr, limi Morguii, Piiiil lic-iii-il, SU-vm' Smith
Nic-niiwrs ui' tin- girls gyiiimistic ti-uni uri-
IRON' ONICJ Cathy Clark. Kris Hiiilnicli.
Heidi Hiiiliucii, Pain Denny, juukiv Pike, Both
J n ii Lli 1 L igi mx X O2-,I lu s in
Minis. c,il2ll'i0N Nlit'5. C.rc-g Holi, lmiiis Baun-
LROV' TXV07 Clmicii Lyrnain Cninlms. Boi
l,mvli-ss lROV' 'IWYOP Lklljlbllllkl l,iii-gin, Xliiry
Linzcr. Kristy illxirk, Clinciy Ni-il, Di-iiimic
Wivrsinu, Put Stiitsinun QROVV TIIRHEJ Con-
Niernhers ofthe golf team are: KROVV ONEJ Palma, john Hall, Bill Parrish CROW' TYVOJ Ron Cunningham. Bruce Black, Rick Lcc.
john Hallanger. joe Paulin, Paul Troy, Russ Stexe Hogslmce, Hick Sanders. Xlike lfarner. Thesquadsoughtathirdcitytitle,
Foes howto golfers, netmen, gymnastsg
Cetting in top shape is a tough task for junior Mark McAlister as he attempts to return the serve
The tennis team, under coach Ly man Conihs. practiced every night after school.
The varsity golf and tennis teams
were plagued hy the same major
problem, lack of competitive experi-
The golf team, under new head
coach john Manka, attacked the links
with only one returning letterman.
joe Paulin. The squad was holstered,
though, hy seniors john Hallangcr
and Steve Rigsbee. The linksters he-
gan indoor practice in early March.
The tennis team was aided hy two
returning lettermen, john Lappas
and Greg Holt. Greg was last years
city' champion in the singles.
Adding to competitive honors, the
new squad of girl gymnasts also
brought honor to the Knight athletic
department with their precision
drills in all areas of inter-school
testing from tumbling exercises to
precision parallel har routines.
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Lawrence Central 19 34
Scecina I3 13
Northwest 20 40
Warren Central 21 9
Manual 13 14
Howe 28 0
Carmel 39 I-1
Ft, VVayne Central O 26
Attucks 0 12
Broad Ripple 12 46
Season Record: 6-3-1
Leaping to catch a pass, varsity gridders demon-
strate the benefits of hard practice.
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Varsity and Reserve Football: QROW ONE?
Bob Riley, Dean Teater, Scott Teagarden,
Lance Rhodes, Rob McCoy, Herb Henry,
Emil Molin, jack Ridpath, Steve Draughon,
Dick Zimmerman, Bob Halcomb, Doug Har-
mas, Randy Britton, QROW TWO? Ron Bell,
Rusty Whan. Denny Southerland, Tim Wal-
lace, Mike Fisher, Dave Bender, Fred Sim-
mons, Scott Newkirk, Kurt Kleinhelter, Glenn
Tumer, Mike Seamon, jelf Forking, Sam
Shorter, Frank Brown, QROW THREEJ Al
Katzman, Dave Milam, Tony Theysson, Bob
Hevron, Dick Meschke, Bob Meara, Tom
Meara, Bill Baugh, Ted Meek, Mitch Lanning,
jim Barnett, Brad Davisg Coaches, Mr, Elmer
Calloway and Mr. Al Nowakr Varsity coach
Nowak retired at the end of the season. He
joined the coaching staff in 1961.
City champs, reserves boast first unde-
feated seasong varsity, freshman squads
gain 6 vietories apiece in winning effort
Freshman Football: QFIRST ROWJ Wayne
Fuson, Kim jeter, Ken Finn, Dan Teater, Dan
Traitow, Ed Hart, Paul Morrison, Robert
Chamness, jeff Rout, Evan Vaughan, Lacey
s 7' - ,??'lifE
johnson, KSECOND ROWJ joe jacobs, Terry jones, Bob Meslamg CTHIRD ROW? jack
Moneymaker, Charles Stuckey, Bill Carr, Hollingsworth, Doug Mont, Rob Brown, Phil
Howard Holifield, Tyrone Henry, Mark Vogelgesang, Grant Cavis, Larry Patrick,
Stevens, Don Kraege, Mike Pearcy, Don Steve Morrison, jerry Eidson.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RESERVE FOOTBALL
Lawrence Central 20 0 Lawrence Central 6 AI-fg
Sceciina lg 22 Scecina 13 13
gmt west 12 24 Northwest 6 52
Mrestmg 0 26 Warren Central 8 20
anua Manual 21 28
Carmel 36 0 Howe 32 32
Ehatalfd 6 22 Greenfield 0 20
Bttuil SR,ppI 24 0 North Central 2 6
roa 1 e '
Howe 14 21 Attucks 0 33
Season Record: 6-4
Seasons Record: 8-O-2
Striding for the first down, a future varsity
runner heads for open ground.
Varsity truck members are: CROW ONEJ Dane
Philips, Cary Rurnuge. Roh XlcCoy, Bill Fa-
vors, Mark Wheeler, Mike Kenriek, Val Bi-
leekyj QROYV TXVOD Phil Corron, Ken Crop,
Dale Harriman, Chris Coy, Tom Rea, Emil
Mnlin, Herh Henry, Dick Meschke, XVillard
Barnett, john Berry CROW' THREE? Xlurk
Nelsen, Dave Milam, Bob Geddes, Cary Heed,
Members of the varsity Cross country team
are: QROVV ONEJ john Berry, Dane Philips,
Cary Ramage, Fred Wyatt QROVV TVVOD
Kevin Kelly, Chris Reeder, jim Barnett, Pian-
dy Bultman, Cary Orr. Returning lettermen
Chris Coy and' Turn Plea paced the squad in
individual honors in distance events.
Mike Williams, Tom Rea, Bill Bennett, Chris
Coy, Cary Reed. Next yearis squad will he
bolstered by three returning lettermen.
Sprinters race for Hnish line-victory style
Memhers of the reserve Cross country team
are: Cary Orr, Ken Grey, I-Id Harlan, Cliff
Rigshee, Bill Burp. and Mike Pence. Xlernhers
Members of the freshmen track ure: QROYV
ONE? Cary Howenstein, Don jones. Torn
Beavers. Steve Wheeler, Steve Thompson
CROWV TWVO? Mark Stevens, Ken Finn, Kurt
of the freshmen cross country team are: CROW'
ONE? Dave Le Master, Cary Holenstein.
Dave Lu Porte QROW TNVO? joe Draughn-
Sehxyoxyrney er, Tyrone Henry, Bold Chamness,
Randy Lone CROW' THREE? Wfuyne Fuson,
jeff johnson, Mike Cline, Geoff Ront, Don
Thrasher, john Imel, Larry Deniek, jerry
coach, Dick Hobson, Randy Lowe, Don
Thrasher. Cliff King, The freshmen team is
formed during try-outs in the previous full.
Dickson. Freshmen form the nucleus for next
Top cpm, manship spells team victories
VARSITY WRESTLING RESERVE WRESTLING
Carmel 13 Scecina 2-1
Scecina I I Manual I5
Manual 3 Tech 0
Tech 8 Northwest 2l
Northwest 20 Shortridge 2:3
Shortridge 15 Noblesville 5
City Tourney second Washington 20
Noblesville 24 Broad Ripple 5
North Central fifth Howe T
Invitational North Central -10
VVashington 14 City first
Broad Ripple 18 Season Record: I0-l
Howe I6 FRESHMAN WRESTLING
North Central 25 Northview 45
Sectional second Creston 46
Regional second Tech 39
State Finals seventh ttiej Shortridge 34
Season Record: 10-l Season Record: 0--1
'Future champ, Zac Ellis gains pointers from
varsity pros Lance Rhodes and john jones.
Nlcmhers of the freshman wrestling squad White, Bob Rossetter, Bill Carr QROWV TXVOJ Terry Nloneymaker, Evan Vaughan. The
are: QROW ONEJ Bruce Renecamp, Tony Crant Davis, Kim jeter, Vl'avne Traetow. freshmen ended their season with one citx
English, Bob Craeher, Dave LeMaster, Marty Steve Morrison. Dave Edmonds, Doug Mott, champion, Dave Le-Master.
Day, Steve Rider, David Outterson, Bob
Reserve cheerleaders are: KTOP T0 BOT-
TOM? Nlarcy Scybolcl, Nancy Meek, Cindy
Neal, Laura XVoods, and Sherry Newhousc.
Freshmen cheerleaders are: QTOP T0 BOT-
TOMJ Diane Cones, judy Hartley, Denise
Marietta, Nancy King, and Cathy Clark.
During game time, the "girls-
behind the team," the varsity cheer-
leaders, led the Coldenaires and pep
block members in the team-boosting
group, the Knights Klub.
Selected by their classmates on
the basis of cheerleading talent and
school spirit, the Varsity seven back-
ed the basketball and football teams
with the "Go-team-gon enthusiasm
that prevailed during the year.
Reserve cheerleaders also backed
a hard-hitting team of roundballers
during the games staged before the
varsity basketball competition.
Captain Marcy Seybold led the
squad during the hardwood season.
With waving pom-poms and color-
ful routines, the Goldenaires added
a professional touch to their ,67 sea-
son, staging a show for an Indiana
Pacers game in the coliseum.
Night rehearsals and pre-game
practices kept the 1967-1968 squad
of Coldenaires perfecting their rou-
tines for half-time performances.
The high-stepping marchers mem-
orized their shows in counts of eight
to fast-moving band tunes.
Led by sponsor Mrs. Burdeen
Schmidt, captain Linda Friend, and
co-captain Laura Saillant, the Golden-
aires included in their performances
featured twirler Lori Crana and four-
year-old mascot Lisa Skinner.
Boosting spirit and leading the Knight Klub
members in cheers, varsity cheerleaders are:
Performing precision half-time entertainment
and colorful dance routines. members of the
Goldenaires are: QBOYV ONEJ Nlary Linzer,
Alana Darrell, Barbara Saillant, Dawn De-
Lisle, Beth Loveless, Pam Denny, Ann Waller
CROW' TYVOP Linda Moss, Becky Bultman,
Kris Embach, Nlelinrla Clark, Kathy LeFeber,
Karen Kennedy, Becky Pearce, Peggy Duclas,
joan XYilson, Lirula Cable, Patty Donegan
QROW' THREE! Debbie Hines, Robyn Cham-
CLEFT TO RIGHTJ Candy Beldon, Terri
Hartley, Suzanne Kasler, Linda Bahm-eap-
ness, Karen Loman, Debbie Campbell, Deb-
bie XVilson, Nlerle Saiford, Debbie Felkins,
Becky Deputy. LaDonna Lucas. Cincly Loomis
QROYV FOUR? Nancy Atkinson, Jeannie Bern-
ilowitz, Audie Saillant, Patty Cole QRON'
FIVEJ Peggy Klien, Elaine Phillips, Lori
Crana, Lisa Skinner, Debbie Causey, Pat
Stutsman KROWV SIXJ Elizabeth Kitluell,
Laura XYilliarns, Merry Spoolstra, Susan
Young QROYV SEVEN? Becky NlcDonalcl,
w . , Nj
tain, jody Fox, Karen jefferics, and Meg
Woods. M rs. Pollock is sponsor.
Linda Friend, Susie Bruton QROW EIGHT?
Barbara Heitz. Chris King, Shelley Nethery.
Patty Yillars, Nlartha Xlusser, Debbie Hicks,
Connie Dickson, Carol Xlcflorrniek, .-Kun Nlat-
thews, Lynn jansen, Karen jessup, Tish Le-
Xlaster QROYV NINE? Chris Halter. Carol
Lampe. Nancy Scherer, Nlargaret Zinunernian,
Barb Hartley, Diana Ault, jan Ansley. Karen
.-Xicliiig the hcginning gym classcs by clcrnun-
strating. and participating, lmys physical cci-
ucatinn assistants arc: LROW' ONE? Ste-vc
Dcmnnstrating techniqucs of physical fitness,
girls physical cclucatiun assistants arc: CROW'
ONEJ Kris Emhach, Pat Stutsman, Linda
Rahm, Audie Saillant, .-Xnn NYallcr. Xlary Lin-
Taylor. Hon Buchanan, Turn De-an, Nlikc
Harnagc, Frank Nlnsicr lHOXT TVVOJ Don
lformlinq, David Nlnorc KROYY THREICP David
lluiinian, Bcnny Bcnnctt, Xlikc Cluylc. jay
Paris, Rick Cunninghani, fyl Katzinan, jcrl fiffm-.liflllillllslmfl-5lUVlyH1"fUUU'1fl-
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'-:"WiA iszfiwuiqfamf' .r -
zcr, Robyn Chamncss KRUVV TYVOJ Linda
Cable-, Cindy' Neil, Lallonna Lucas. Terry'
Hnicryp Suzanne Kaslcr. Dclmlwic Lake QROYV
TIIREEJ Connic Kelley, Billi Harnnionci. Dch-
hic W'cirsma, Lori Grana, Nlary VVils0n, Ann
Fnbcs, Nlarcia McKee QROYV FOURJ Linda
Nlillcr, Brcncla Davyg Chris Dctlarn, Candy'
Bclcinn, Nancy Scherer, Barbara Hartlcy.
Student assistants use secretarial skills,
Fixing solutions for chemistry classes, assistant Candy Matthews assembles her ingredients.
Practicing secretarial skills, academic assis- Susie Bischoff, jo Ann Tipton, Anne Hoggatt,
tants are: CROWV ONEJ Vivian Schomeyer, joyce Miller QROVV TWO? Hope Levitt,
Girls with an extra period in their
class schedules took advantage of
the time by utilizing academic skills
as assistants in departments from
business to science.
Specialized skills were tested as
the usecretariesh typed, filed, and
mimeographed during the one-period
sessions. The uCirl Fridaysl' helped
in running errands and received sal-
aries forthe job,
Physical education assistants also
gave their instructors a 'ihelping
hand" during class periods.
Serving as 'ipractice teachers," the
assistants, selected from teacher rec-
ommendations, aided freshman phy-
sical education students in developing
In the classroom, assistants became
the "right-hand men" for busy teach-
ers, as well as counselors for begin-
ners in the gymnastics, business, and
Karen Roberts, Linda Friend, Lynn jansen,
Xlc-rlllwrs of the Bmxlillg l.C'2igllC url-1 KROW' IIUIAS, Bill Ve-rrili. Ilivll Paul, rlqlllll Byers, Paul Hflfliil. Sllflilll Sllrllivr. llillild Nvifllillilvf
ONE? Boll Xlllrcl, llllll Xlorris, Bt-lllll livll- Troy lROYY TNYUJ jun Byers, Jllllf Xlikosyl cil'IllLl Isl-llllmlvr. Delmilic Cfulllpllcli, Strixillg
llc-tt, Xlllfk Balwr, Rin-It Crrlssoll, Holm xytll- filllllf' HllIllSlIlj.fl'f, Kvlly SIOCIIIII, Nlllililllllil fOr il goal Ol 300, the ll'1lIll5 sn-ilk till' IULIQKIK
liillfs, Mika' Bigelow, Bill Favors, Miki- Curl- Clritfcy, Billllll' llill, Paula SAIIICF, Delmllil- l'll21lITlplUIlSlliIl.
lglfllilljl lcttvrs ill vuriulls sports, llll-llllu-rs ut, Nlilll- Xyilliglllly fill-llll 'lillTIll'l'. ililllll lic-ll, ji-li' cifilllllkllll, lfrvcl Sillllllrllls, RUII Day CROW'
tha- l.l-ttvrllllllls cilllll url-1 GKUW' ONE! Ullry lfllrllillg, jflllll JUIILW, Bill XYillc-tts, Kurt Kli'lll- FOURJ jul- lyllllllll, jollll Bcrry. Nillllllll Pllil- l
lldIllLlLfL', cillI'iS Col. Curl lim-cl. Slllll SlIUl'll'I'. lli'lll'l', Ffllllli lirmlll, Rllllflf Bflllllll. Doug lips, 'Ik-ll Xlmlk. Boll Bull-s, Bull Doss. K1'XiII l
tlilu' lllllYLll'5. Xlic-imc-l l"iNllL'F. lflllll l.llI3I3il5- lllll'IIILl5 lRONY TIIRICICJ l'-l't'Kl Nljlltt, ljljilll Ki-llf-5. Bfilil lJLlXi5, Boil lll'XI'UIl. ,Iilll BlIlll'll.
lollx 'I'llmsst-ll, Bull Xll'AlI'Ll, Scott 'l1l'l.1LlI'ill'll. Ilillsllllll, Nlil-cv H1llil'l', Dirk ZilIlIIl1'I'IllLiIl, Bull Greg Wulf. lJLlYl'Xllll1lIl,xlUI'l'iSl'1l'XXlll.
Hcrllic- llbllff KRONY TNYOJ jack lticiputll,
Participating in intrasquad liaskethall. howl-
ing, volleyball and kiekhall. rnenihers of the
Girls Athletic Association are: lROYV ONE?
Lolita Kidyyell. Lynn jaeohs. julie Hart. Deh-
hie Fitt. Sandy' Tchloot, Deliliie Sayles. Becky
Deputy, Susan Christiansen, Cathy Huntsing-
er lROYV TYVO? jeanne jensen. jayne Bas-
kett, Dehhie Bennett. Nancy King, Denise
Xlarietta. Dehhie Wilson. Anne Beall. Sherry
Anderson. Anne Lawrence LRONV THRICE?
Tisha L4-XIaster-treasurer. Laura Xyoods.
Cindy Phillips, Susan lfdwards. Dehhie jus-
tus. Christy Clark, judy Hartley. Karrol Kel-
ley. Susan XYheeler KROXV FOUR? Wanda
Harris. Paula Xlonday. Cheryl Cardwell. Tony
Sharon Taylor. Beverly Kidyyell. La-
Douna Crun. Barbara Cootee KROYY FIVE?
Bailey. Diane Cones. Chris Halter.
Phyliss jones. Patty Yillars, Bohhie Yau Sie-
klc. Rena Xiellee. Cllarlane jones. Nancy
Seherer-president. Xlary Peyton lROYV SIX?
jan Carter. Donna Spilleler. Carol Auch. Con-
nie Kelley. Carolyn Cook. Cathy Clark. Linda
Xliller-secretary. Kathy Kaloy anides. Charol-
ette jones. Annie Hess,
Fifty sports-minded girls empha-
sized the importance of physical tit-
ness hy' participating weekly' ir1 the
Girls Athletic Association. Ten in-
tramural squads initiatcd a round-
robin tournament in haskethall and
A strike. a spare, a gutterhall: stu-
dents face the excitement of winning
and the agony' of defeat each Tues-
day' as they' participated in the Bowl-
ing League. Affiliated with the Youth
Bowling Association, the league spon-
sored team tournaments.
Letter sweaters indcntified the fifty
members of thc Lettermans Club.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes
and the Lettermen co-sponsored
Athletic Day. recognizing outstand-
ing athletes. Xlarch 2, the club spon-
sored an informal dance, climaxing
a husy' year of athletics-oriented
Xieeting every Tuesday at Hindel Alley. mem-
hers of the Bowling League are: QROYV ONE?
Cary Stafford. Dennis Hurst. Bruce Howe.
Stanley' Niikosy, Paul Christenson. Rick lscn-
hower, Mike Farmer. Rick Carter. Howard
Holifield. Rohert Phelps. Tom Charleston.
Xlichelle Dixon. Bruce Black. Charles Cave
Darrell Ken lROYV TAVO? Suzie Helwig.
Angie Brunner. Pat Staushury. jan NIL-Kee.
Ilenri Reddie. Dehhie Xiaxon. Sandi Dott
Linda XYehlmer. Terri Nioore. Dehhie Litten,
Susan Christiansen. Kathy Pirtle. Peggy He-
tley. Karen Konchinsky, Dehhie Caldwell,
Charmaine Tesehendorf, Colleen jones.
Cleaning rooms, hallways, and school facil- ONE? Fred Malcom, Marvn Pierson, Cypson
ities, custodians on the night shift are: CROW' Bland QROW TWO? Ray Parr, Willis johnson,
Custodians on the day shift are: QROW ONE? neer, Leslie Schuyler, joe Houchins-chief
jean Byroad, Thomas Land-head custodian, engineer QROW THREE? A. VV. Kramer, jer-
Bea Underwood QROW TWO? M. Hoop-engi- ome Harris, Harold Nlclilyea-fireman,
Charlie Bellamy KROVV THREE? Onnie
Thompson, Estol Hauser.
Special mechanical know-how is required of
night engineer Mr. Bill Hittle, Sr.
Cooks, custodians, night Watchmen keep
Safety locks and security chains are the special concern of Mr. john Madden and john Rcgula,
Mr, Regula is the "poet-laureate" of the 6 p,m, to 6 a.m. custodial staff.
VVork began at 7:30 for the busy
Hchefsn who completed meals for
2700 students and 137 teachers.
Hamburgers and meringue pies
geared cafeteria menus to teen tastes
with fried, baked and roasted food
prepared by a force of twenty-nine
Custodians also spent long hours
in school service rearranging desks,
washing boards, and sweeping floors
to keep the Arlington facilities in
Htop shapel' for class studies.
Adding to the force of school em-
ployees, night watchmen worked the
6 p.m. to 6 a.m. shift with a trained
eye for the 'Kunusualf'
Under the direction of main-
tenance experts, the workers kept
the school MA-1" for Golden Knights.
Cfmks are: CROW ONEJ Lelia Grundy, Edith
Sawyer, Mable Detwiler, Bonnie Blines, Betty
Black, Mary Key, Betty Pittenger, Elnora
Gardner, Marjorie Massingale KROVV TWVOJ
A. C. Hungerford, Audrey Kehrer, Robert
Franklin, Millie Howard, Mary Forth, Mary
Grant, Juanita Davis, Monica Shiflet, Nadean
Harrison, Peggy Brill QROW THREE? Tonnie
Harrell, Edith Carter, Helen MacDonald,
Mary Vane, Clara Zaring, Irene Strome, Mar-
garet Bennett, Lillie Larson, Oakla Whiteside,
Facult, generals lead academic charge
Student and faculty communication and nn!
derstanding is a part of principal Ralph
Cleyengt-r's philosophy of education.
With counseling and scheduling problems, freshmen, sophomores, juniors,
and seniors relied on the resources of faculty and administration.
Numbering 137, seventy per cent of the faculty members had attained mas-
ters degrees. The instructors doubled as counselors and were consulted by
students on matters involving all aspects of school life.
Principal Ralph Clevenger served as head of the faculty and student body,
and found the job of administration part-time psychologist, counselor, and
chief representative of Arlington a time-consuming task.
Vice-principal Robert Turner also faced a full schedule of student activities
with the responsibility of pupil programs, teacher schedules, and homeroom
management. He was joined by vice-principal Robert Gwyn who served as
co-sponsor of the National Honor Society.
Senior guidance counselor Daniel VVelch tackled the various problems of
student employment and special scholarships, while deans lVilliam Kuntz
and Belgen VVells co-ordinated individual guidance problems.
VVorking toward an intelligent exchange of knowledge, students, administra-
tion, and faculty strove to increase understanding between pupils and their
instructors in academic and extra-curricular activities.
Doubling as finance director, vice-principal Robert Gwyn consults with sophomore Karen Mont
gomery on a matter of dance ticket receipts and club budgets.
College entrance questions, seliulursllip upplieutimis und special test secures are the year-rmiricl Dean of Girls Helm-I1 NVQ-lls also series us the
concernulguiclurieedirector lD1lllll'lXXvl'lCll ilillleseliiur counseling office. eo-spfmsur of Stuclent Cmuieil,
Over 2700 pupil schedules are eo-urclimnteml Counseling. guidance. and discipline are Illllllllglil by Dean ul Buy s NX'ilIilim Kuntv is itll the
each year by vice-principal Robert 'lxllI'lli'f. llelp of frequent Student interviews and the i' Board of l':ClllCl1llUl1.u
RALPH CLEVENCER-M,S., Indiana,
Purdue, Butler Universities, Principal.
ROBERT TURNER-M.A., Ball State,
Indiana Universities, Vice-Principal.
ROBERT GWYN-M.A., Butler Univer-
sity, Vice-Principal. JAMES ABRAHAM
-M.S,, Purdue, Indiana, Indiana State
Universities, science. RICHARD ALL-
B.S,, Indiana State University, industrial
MRS. NANCY ANDERSON-M.S.,
Northwestern University, science. MRS.
MARGARET ARMENOFF-M.S., In-
diana State, Butler Universities, busi-
ness. MRS. AUDRA BAILEY-M.S.,
Indiana, Butler Universities, math.
RALPH BAILEY-lVI.A., Butler Uni-
versity, social studies. MISS MARY
BENEDICT-M.A., Butler University,
WILLIAM BENNETT--B,S., Indiana
University, math. WILLIAM BESS-
M,S., Butler, Indiana Universities, sci-
ence. MRS. SHIRLEY BICKERTON-
A.B., Butler University, English. SCT
DAVID BLASE-B.A., Indiana Univer
MRS. SARAH BRATTON-M.A.T.,
Indiana University, English. THOMAS
BRETHAUER-M.A., Indiana, Butler
Universities, English. MRS, ELIZA-
BETH BROWN-Office. MISS MAR-
THA BURTON-M.A., Northwestern
University, math. MRS. DELINDA
CALDWELL-M.A., Butler University,
ELMER CALLAWAY-M.A., Depauw
University, University of Illinois, sci-
ence. LOUIS CHANEY-M.A., Indiana,
Butler Universities, science. RON
CHAPPELL-M.S., Butler University,
physical education. MRS. HARRIETT
CLARK-M.A., Butler University, Eng-
lish. MRS. MAXINE CLARK--M.A.,
Indiana University, English.
DONALD CLODFELTER-M.A., but-
ler University, University of Mississippi,
math. LYMAN COMBS-M.A., Butler,
Indiana Universities, physical education.
MRS. EARLENE COUGILL-B.S.,
Butler University, business. ROLLIN
CUTTER-M.S., Butler, Indiana Uni-
versities, physical education. WILL
DAVIES--M.S., Indiana State Univer-
JOSEPH DEZELAN-B.S., Butler Uni-
versity, physical education. THOMAS
DOBBS-M.S., Butler University,
math. MRS, CLADYS DONALSON-
M.S., Butler University, English. JOE
DRAUGHON--M,S., Butler University,
Franklin College, physical education.
MRS. JUNE EDISON-school accom-
MISS JANE EDSON-M.A., Indiana
University, business. MISS PATRICIA
EGAN-A.B., Hanover College, English.
JAMES ELLIS-M.S., Indiana Univer-
sity, physical education. JERRY EMERY
-B.S., Indiana Central College, art.
OWEN FAIR-AMT, Oakland City Col-
lege, Indiana University, math.
GEORGE FELDMAN-M.A., Hanover
College, Indiana University, foreign lan-
guage. WILLIAM FELLOWS-B.S.,
Purdue University, industrial arts. WIL-
LIAM FISHBACK-M.A., Indiana Uni-
versity, foreign language. BILLY
FISHER-M.S., Indiana State Univer-
sity, math. MRS. ALICE FITZGERALD
f t 2
MRS. MARTHA FLANNERY-OIIICS.
MRS. GEORGIA FLOREN-B.A., In-
diana State University, English. BEN-
JAMIN FORT-M.S., Butler University,
social studies. EDDIE FOSTER-M.S.,
Hanover College, Butler University, sci-
enC6. MRS, JEANNE ANN GERMAN-
School Social Worker.
MRS. JANE GILLETTE-Enance ofRce.
MRS. SUSAN GOOCH-A.B,, Ohio Uni-
versity, English. MRS. CLADYSMAE
GOOD-M.S., Butler University, science.
MRS. EMMA COODE-MS, Butler
University, home economics. MRS.
ROVVENA GRAUB-M.S., Butler Uni-
VICTOR CRAVES-M.A., Indiana State
University, ,industrial arts, EVERETT
GREEN-M.A,, Ball State University,
science, JAMES HANNAH-BS, Uni-
versity of Louisville, science. WAL-
LACE HARTMAN-INIS., Indiana State.
Ball State Universities, Industrial arts,
MRS. JEAN HEATON-MS., Butler
University, home economics,
BERNARD HEEKE-M.A., Indiana
State University, industrial arts. MISS
ALICE HESSLER-M.A., Butler Uni-
versity, English. MRS. MARCERY
HINDMAN-M.S., Indiana, Butler Uni-
versities, art. JOHN HOLMES-M.A.,
Indiana State University, social studies,
A-V. RALPH HORINE--lVI.A., Ball
State University, music.
MISS MIRIAM HOWE-Office. EL-
BERT HOWELL-M.A,, Butler Univer-
sity, social studies. MRS. CLARENA
HUFFINGTON-MS., Butler Univer-
sity, English. MRS, BETTY HUNCER-
FORD-B.S., Butler University, home
economics. PAUL HUTSON-M.S.,
Butler University, orientation, guidance.
MISS RITA JACKSON-BS., Purdue
University, math. MRS. MARGARET
JANERT-M.A., Butler University, so-
cial studies. ROBERT JEFFREY-
B.S., Butler University, art. MRS. MAR-
JORIE JETER-guidance office. MRS.
MARILYN JOHANNESSEN-BS., Pur-
due University, home economics.
L A L9if755?'.'Si1rt'
Student and teacher communication
adds to Mr. Eddie Fosteris classes.
JAMES joHNsoN-MA., Indiana
University, English. NICHOLAS
JORDAN-M.A., Butler University,
social studies. MRS. MARIE JUS-
TICE-B.A., Avila College, Eng-
Indiana Central College, Indiana
University, foreign language.
MRS. BARBARA KELLE-office.
ADOLPF KERBER-M.S., Butler
DAVID KLINKOSE-lVI.A., In-
diana University, social studies.
MISS PATRICIA KNIGHT-
B.S., Indiana University, nurse.
GERALD KNIPFEL--IVI.A., But-
ler University, music.
Christmas decorations created by sophomore Terri Noe
and Mrs. Jean Heaton decorate the home economics de-
CARL KRAUCUNAS-MS., Butler
University, industrial arts. VVIL-
LIAM KUNTZ-M.S., Marian Col-
lege, Butler University, Dean of
THOMAS LAND-head custo-
dian. DON LOSTUTTER-A,B.,
M.A., Hanover College, University
of Illinois, math.
ROBERT MCCLARY-MS, Indi-
ana University, science. CHARLES
MAAS-M.A., Butler University,
JOHN MANKA-M.S., Butler, Intliana
Universities, physical education. DON-
ALD MANNAN-M.A., Butler Univer-
sity, social studies, MRS. PATRICIA
MAUREY-M.A., Butler University, so-
cial studies. MRS. SALLY MAZE-
M.A., Butler University, business educa-
tion, Junior Counselor. DELMAR
MERRITT-B.A., Indiana Central Uni-
MISS JANE MESSICK-M.A,, John
Herron Art Institute, art. MRS. HAZEL
MESSINCER-office staff. DEVVAINE
METCALF-B.S., Northwest Missouri
State College, industrial arts. MRS.
ZONDA MONTGOMERY-B.S., Uni-
versity of Minnesota, music. JOHN MOR-
RIS-M,A., University of Pennsylvania,
MISS PHYLLIS MOTT-BS., Indiana
University, business education. MRS.
RACHEL MUIR-A.B., Grove City Col-
lege, math. RICHARD MURPHY-BS.,
Indiana Central College, business edu-
cation. MISS SUE ANN NICE-
WANCER-B,A,, Ball State University,
foreign language. MRS. ELIZABETH
NIEMANN-M.A., Butler University,
ALFRED NOWAK-MS., In-
diana University, science. RICH-
ARD OGLESBY-MS., Indiana
State University, science.
WILLIAM ORME-M.S., Butler
University, physical education.
BOYD OVVEN-M.A., Indiana
State, Indiana Universities, math.
MISS LOUISE PADOU-M.A.,
Butler, Wisconsin Universities,
English. MRS. HENRIETTA
PA RKER-M.A., Carnegie Insti-
tute of Technology, science.
Teacher counseling from Mrs. Earlene Cougill helps senior
Sharon Seamon complete a difficult assignment.
MRS. MAXINE PARTEE-B.S., Knox-
ville College, business education. SGT.
MRS. MERCEDES PORTILLA-M.A.,
University of Havana, Indiana Univer-
sity, foreign language. MRS. ANN
POULIMAS-Office Staff. MISS YVONNE
RABABA-B.A., Butler University, Eng-
MISS SUE ANN RITTER-M.A., Butler
University, English. MRS. MARGARET
ROGERS-M.A., Indiana University,
foreign language. MRS. SANDRA
ROSENBERGER-B.S., Ursinnis Col-
lege, physical education. MRS. MAR-
GARET ROWE-M.A., Northwestern,
Indiana Universities, business education.
MRS. DOROTHY SANDERS-boolv
MRS. BURDEEN SCHMIDT-B.S.,
Indiana University, physical education.
JOHN SCHULZ-M.A., University of
Innsbruck, foreign language. MICHAEL
SCHNELKER-B.A., Marian College,
English, foreign language. MRS, MAR-
GARET SCHROEDLE-M.S., Hanover
College, Indiana, Butler Universities,
librarian. JOHN SIMPSON-B.A., john
Herron Art Institute, Indiana University,
MISS SUSAN SIMPSON-B.S., Butler
University, English, MISS PRISCILLA
SMITH-M,S., Indiana State University,
music. EDWARD SWEETMAN-A,B.,
Butler University, science. MRS. JANE
TAPSCOTT-B.S., Indiana University,
foreign language. STEVE TEGARDEN
-M,S., DePauw, Indiana Universities,
PAUL TERRELL-M.S., Indiana State
University, science. MRS. JEAN UES-
SELER-M.A., Ball State University,
business. JAMES URBAIN-M.A., But-
ler University, English. JOHN VANCE
-B.S., Ball State University, special
services. MRS, BERYL VAUCHAN-
M.A., Indiana University, social studies.
HENRY VOLK-M.A., Indiana Univer-
sity, math. CHARLES WACCONER-
M.A., Earlham College, business.
THOMAS WALLS-M.A., Indiana, Le-
high Universities, science. MRS.
FRANCES WAY-M.A., Indiana Univer-
stiy, home economics. MISS CLARA
WEAVER-M.S., Indiana University,
DANIEL WELCH-M.A., In-
diana University, Guidance Coun-
selor. MRS. BELCEN WELLS-
M.S., Indiana State, Indiana Uni-
versities, Dean of Cirls, DON-
ALD WHITE-A.B., Hanover
MISS MARTHA WHITE-M.S.,
Butler University, home eco-
nomics. MERLE WIMMER-
M.A., Butler University, science,
FOREST WITSMAN-M.A., Pur-
due, Butler Universities, social
MRS. JEAN WOODWARD-
M.A., University of Michigan,
English. MRS. DAVEDA WYATT
-M.A., University of Oklahoma,
English. ROBERT ZETZL-M.A.,
Purdue University, science.
Mr. Fishback offers senior Jerilyn
Phillips some 'igrammar guides."
CAMERA SHY TEACHERS
IRVIN CASH-M.A., Ball State Uni-
versity, English. MRS. CERALDINE
DeHART-M.S., Butler University,
There is no mistaking scnior l.inclu Xrc'ln'r's cunipuign tguoritcs. i'Svnioritm-su rvaivlws all pliusvs Punled senior sponsor Everett Crccn clc-ci
sslioul lil'1'Lll1i'i11y1tllvln-ctic'Noxvnilvvrvln-ctionsoliclzissoliivm-rs. plum-rs cuncliclutt' c-uxllpuigll posts-rs in tin- hull
Excited National Honor Society inductecs Al Kutzrnan, Kathy Rayrnont, Sum Shorter, and Dc-blnie
Hicks rcce-iw' special CUIlgI'illlllklli0IlS from sponsor Rolla-rt Cwyn on Tap Day.
Fourth-year veterans claim
Leading the senior class, Steve Apple serves
as president: Susan Shumway, first vice-presi-
dentg john Lappas, second vice-president:
jodv Fox. secretaryg Bob Crabham, treasurer:
Misery is a football injury for senior Bob Hal-
comb, sideline during season action.
and Laura Saillant. alumni-secretary. The
seniors were chosen during a spirited elec-
tion that left the walls papered with campaign
posters and special booster buttons.
With the confidence of four-year
veterans, each senior class in the his-
tory of Arlington has claimed, "Were
the greatestln And each senior class
has created a unique personality for
a special year.
The seniors of ,68 were no excep-
tion. They enjoyed their new respon-
sibility as 'ithe greatest," and left
giant shoes for equally confident
underclassmen to fill.
With reverence for the Arlington
tradition, and keeping with the year-
book theme, the seniors titled their
prom, "A Knight to Rememberf' and
made the annual formal dance a
unique addition to the Knight-scene.
They tackled the problems of elec-
tions and commencement, plans that
future classes would face in their
year-long role as seniors.
Other classes will follow, and they
will claim to be the Hgreatestf but
to this crop of seniors, the class of
'68 was 'inumber onef'
Four years of use makes the library a familiar place for studying students Kathy Raymont and
Dave Fosnight as the seniors enjoy the time for homework and conversation.
An assorted crew of seniors adds
a psychedelic touch to the "Knight
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STEVE ABEI,-Freshman Track5 Electro
nies Club 4.
DIANA ADAMS-Student Council Alternate 25 CAA 25
JA 35 St. Agnes Academy I.
STEVE ADAM S-Freshman Footballg JA
DAVE ANDRICK-Intramural Basketball 25 Senior Play
K in 1
35 Talent Show -I.
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JANICE ANSI,I':Y-National Honor Soc
ietx' 3,45 Colden-
aires 2-4, Pennant 3,45 Intramural Volleyball I-3: Office
Messenger 2-45 FTA I5 Junior Prom Committecg JA 3,-1.
STEPHEN A. APPLE-eNationaI Honor
Society 3,4, Vice-
president 45 Senior Class President5 StudentICouncil 45
Concert Band 3,45 Concert Orchestra 4
I-45 Pep Band 2-45 Intramural Basket
5 Marching Band
ball 45 AFS Ex-
change Student 45 AFS Student Committee 3,-1, Chairman
45 junior Prom Committee, "King and I
4: JA 3.
JOHN B. APPI.I'IBY
I' 45 Talent Show
LYNDA R. ARCHER-Student Council 4: Golden-
aires 45 Intramural Volleyball I5 Knights' Klub I-4: LAN-
CER Representative 2,31 Ottice Nlessenger 31 Talent Show
PATRICIA ANN ASHER-Knights, Klub Ig 'iMusic Manll
I5uOICIaI10man25UBrigaCIO0rlU35 JA 354,
DIANA AULT-National Honor Society
45 Student Coun-
cil 3, Alternate 1,21 LANCER Staff 3,45 News Bureau
Chief 45 Concert Choir 3,45 Coldenairs
2-4, Pennant 3,45
LANCER Representative 45 i'Brigadoon" 35 Talent Show
HOWARD BACAN-HNIUSIC Mann I
Talent Show 45 JA 2-4.
DAVID VV, BALL-ACCOLADE Staff3
5 MOIclahoma" 2:
5 Senior Play.
NANCY BARKER-Library Assistant I-4.
CONNIE K. BARNES
JIM BARNETT-Freshman Basketballg
3, Varsity 45 Reserve Track 3, Varsitv 45
45 Intramural Basketball 3,45 Office Nlessenge-r3.
STEVEN B. BARR-Reserve Golf 45 Intramural Basket-
CAROLE BARRON-National Honor Society 45 Art Club
1,25 Spanish Club 2.
STEPHANIE MARIE BATES-National Honor Society
3,45 Student Council Alternate 15 ACCOLADE Stall 2,35
Underclass Editor 35 Arlingtones 45 Concert Orchestra
2-45 String Ensemble 2-45 Knights' Klub
25 "Brigadoon" 35 "King an II' 45 Talent Show 15354:
French Club 2.
WILLIAM L. BAUCH-Freshman Bas
Varsity 3,45 Freshman Basketball, Reser
Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Varsity
DOUG BAXTER-Intramural Basketball
eball, Reserve 2,
ve 253, Varsity 45
3,45 ROTC 4.
MARLIN BAYS, JR.-Freshman VVrestling, Reserve 25
Intramural Basketball 3,
THOMAS C. BEALL-National Honor Society 45 LAN-
CER Representative I-35 Art Club l-3, Vice-president 35
Spanish Club I,2.
DEBII BEETEM-National Forensic League 45 National
Honor Society 45 National Thespian Society 45 ACCO-
LADE Staff 2,35 LANCER Staff 35 Intramural Volleyball
25 ROTC Sponsor 45 'AThe Miracle Worker" 35 "King and
In 45 "The Christmas Misern 45 Spanish Club 2.
DOUGLAS BENGE-Concert Band 2-45 Concert Orches-
tra 3,45 Marching Band I-45 Pep Band 1-45 Bowling Lea-
gue 35 " Brigacloonn 35 "King and Il' 45 Talent Show 4.
GLENN BENCERT-Arlingtones 45 Concert Choir 3,45
"Brigadoon" 35 M King and I" 45 Chess Club lg
JESS L. BENNETT-Student Council Alternate 15 Talent
MARILYN FRANCES BENTON-German Club l,25 JA 3.
JEANNIE BERNIKOWICZ-Student Council 3, Alternate
25 Senior Colors Committee5 Freshman Cheerleaderg Gol-
denaires 45 Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Knights, Klub I-45
Talent Show 3,45 Junior Mothers' Tea Committeeg Junior
CATHY ANN BIDDINCER--Intramural Volleyball I5
Library Assistant 45 "King and In 45 Knights of History
45 Junior Mothers' Tea Committee5 JA 3,4.
STEVEN C. BICELOW-Science Seminar 45 Freshman
Cross Country5 Freshman Trackg Varsity Tennis 2,35 Re-
serve Wrestling 2.
DEBBIE BILLERMAN-Knights' Klub 1,25 Red Cross
BRUCE BLACK-Freshman Baseball5 Freshman Foot-
ball5 Math Club 4.
NANCY MARIE BOARMAN-Woodrow Wilson High
School, Bristol, Pa.
RU DY BOLE
BOB BOLES-Boys Ensemble 35 Concert Band 45 Con-
cert Choir 45 Reserve Football 2,35 Varsity Football Mana-
ger 3,45 Varsity Track Manager 35 Intramural Basketball
3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Math Club I.
DAVID W. BONNEY-Concert Band 3,45 Concert Choir
S:i45dArlingtones 45 Freshman Track5 "Brigadoon" 35 Pep
JEAN MARIE BOOI-Intramural Volleyball I-35 Clinic
Assistant 3,45 FNA2,3.
ALAN PERRY BORDEN-Concert Band 2-45 Marching
Band I-45 Pep Band I-4.
JILL CLAIRE BOURNE-National Honor Society 3,45
Student Council I-45 Senior Class Constitution Commit-
tee5 Boys Ensemble Accompanist 2-45 Concert Choir 45
Treble-Aires 2,35 Math Club 15 Spanish Club I.
DIANE M. BRADLEY--Intramural Volleyball l-45 Office
Messenger 25 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Junior Prom
CYNTHIA J. BRANDT-Quill and Scroll 45 Student
Council 45 ACCOLADE Staff 3,45 Managing Editor 45
Ball State Journalism Workshop 45 Exploratory Teaching
45 Talent Show 45 Junior Prom Committee.
JOYCE ANN BRATCHER-CAA15 FNA 2.
PATTY BRILL-GAA I.
RANDALL BRITTON-Freshman Cross Countryg Re-
selrvke Football 2, Varsity 3,45 Varsity Track 45 Lettermen's
C u 3,4.
SHARRON LYNN BROCKEY
CAROL LYNN BROOKS-Clinic Assistant 3,45 Eau
Callie High School 1.
FRANK BROWN-Student Council I-4, Cabinet I-4,
Inter-city Student Council 15 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Varsity
Football 3,45 Varsity Wrestling 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,4.
MIKE BROWN-Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band I-45
Pep Band I-35 Reserve Track 3,4.
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ELEANOR BRUCE-Lawrence Central High School 152,
DOUGLAS BRUMFIELD-Concert Band 3.45 Marching
Band 1-45 Intramural Basketball 2-4.
BETTY ANN BRUMMETT-JA 45 Lapel High School 1-
BRENDA SUE BRUTON-National Honor Society 45
Goldenaires 3,45 Pennant 45 Knights' Klub 1-45 NHS
Queen Candidate 4.
RITA M. BUCKALLEW-Bowling League 1,2.
STEPHEN W. BUCKALLEVV
LINDA MARIE BUCY-National Honor Society 45 Na-
tional Thespian Society 3545 Treasurer 35 Concert Choir
2-Lg LANCER Representative 35 "Brigadooni' 35 uKing
SUNNY BURGESS--Concert Choir 45 Treble-Aires 35
"Music Man" 15 "Oklahoma" 2.
STEVE BURTON-Bowling League 2,35 Intramural
NANCY BUSH-Intramural Volleyball 15 Knights' Klub
15 Talent Show 354.
KAREN MARIE BYERS-Student Council Alternate 1-35
Arlingtones 45 Concert Choir 45 Treble-Aires 35 Intramu-
ral Volleyball 1,25 Knights, Klub 25 Oflice Messenger 2-45
ROTC Sponsor 45 "King and I" 45 Talent Show 45 Spanish
' DELORIS KAY CAMERON-Clinic Assistant 3.
GARY E. CAMPBELL-FAD.
DAVE CAPLAN-Reserve Football 2,45 Intramural Bas-
CARL A. CARR-Student Council 15 Alternate 25 Science
Seminar 25 Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band 1-35 Reserve
Band 25 Chess Club 1,25 IA 3,45 "Mr. IAN 4,
JIM CARR-Quill and Scroll 45 Student Council 4, Al-
ternate 35 LANCER Staff 3,45 I.U. journalism Institute 35
Reserve Football 35 Intramural Basketball 2,45 IA 3,4.
JAN CARTER-Concert Choir 3,45 GAA 1-45 Gymnastic
Team 2-45 Intramural Volleyball 1-45 Knights' Klub 1-35
P. E. Assistant 35 "Brigadoon,' 35 Talent Show 2-4.
LINDA CARTER-Bowling League 25 Knights' Klub 15
Mental Health Club 3.
' PAMELA L. CARTER-Scecina Memorial High School 1,2.
THERESA CARTWRIGHT-National Honor Society
3,45 Student Council 1,25 Concert Band 1-45 LANCER
VIRGINIA CATES-Knights, Klub 25 Science Assistant
45 Red Cross Club 1.
DEBRA LEE CAUSEY-Freshman Cheerleader, Reserve
25 Goldenaires 354, Color Guard 354, Pennant 45 Intra-
mural Volleyball 1,25 Knights' Klub 1-45 Talent Show 3,45
junior Mothers, Tea Committeeg Junior Prom Committee.
I ROBERT E. CHAPMAN
MICHAEL CHEATHAM-National Honor Society 45
Bowling League 354.
PATRICIA CHERPAS-Treble-Aires 3,45 Intramural
Volleyball 1,25 Otlice Messenger 45 Knights of History 25
Tri-Hi-Y 45 junior Mothers, Tea Committeeg junior Prom
CINDY CHILDRESS-Art Club 3.
' PAULA CHILDS-CAA lg Bed Cross Representative 4,
BRENDA K. CHOATE
JEAN ANN CICICNAS
DARLICNINI ANN CISSNA-Treble-Aires 3,-lg UAA lg In-
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trurnurul Valli-ylmll l,2.
O NIELINDA KAY CLARK-CAA 21 G0lderluir6S 351, Flag
4g Knights' Klub 2,
JANE ANN CLIFT-CAA 2.
DABBEL JAY CLODFELTER-Intramural Basketball
I-43 Chess Club I-4.
CHERYL DIANE CLORE-Intramural Volleyball lg
Knights' Klub I.
I JAYNE E. COATES
PATRICIA DALE COBB
JOHN COLBERT-Concert Band I-4g Concert Orchestra
I-4g Marching Band I-4g Pep Band I-4g Talent Show 4.
DAVID LEE COLE-Boys Ensemble 2. .3 it
' P,X'I'RlClA H. COLE
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Future scientists study alight" in physics classes
I Jonigxxxii c:oLL1xs-safety Council 1,21 Knights'
Klub l,2g German Club 1-33 Knights of History 45 JA 3.
in JJ '
' NANCY COLLINS-Knights, Klub I-35 Red Cross Club ,
1.29 Junior Prom Committeeg JA 3.
FICLIX D. CONIPADBE-AFS Foreign Iixcliunge Student
-l1lSltuclent Council -lg AFS Student Coininittee 41 Spanish
C ii 14.
P.'XL'I, Xl. CONCER-A-Y Assistant l,2g Science Club 2.
XIARK S'l'IfPIIIfN CONREAL'X-Intramural Basketball
5- ae, ,f., ,Y
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4 K 52
CLENDA COOPER-Library Assistant 25 Office Messen-
FVILLIAM COPELAND-Freshman Baseball5 Intramu-
ral Basketball 3,45 ACCOLADE Salesman 2,35 LANCER
Representative 2,35 JA 3.
JOHN COTTON-Concert Band 45 Marching Band I-45
Pep Band 4, Assistant Band Manager 45 Talent Show 4.
MICHAEL CRACRAFT-Intramural Basketball 3,4.
DANIEL FRANCIS BRAMMANN CROWE-Student
Council 1-45 Cabinet 45 I.U. Student Council Workshop
35 Boys Ensemble 25 Concert Choir 3,45 Freshman Foot-
ball, Reserve 25 Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 25 'iBriga-
dooni' 35 "King and In 45 Junior Prom Committee.
TERESA CUMMINS-Safety Council 25 ACCOLADE
Salesman 45 Knights, Klub 15 Library Assistant 1,25 Red
RICK CUNNINGHAM-Freshman Track5 P.E. Assistant
I "" "--' "" i .RONALD CUNNINCHAM-Freshman Golf, Reserve
3,45 Intramural Basketball I-45 Talent Show 45 JA 3.
SUSAN D. CURL-National Honor Society 3,45 Safety
Council 25 Library Assistant 1,25 Inter-club Council 2-45
uiz Team 45 Red Cross Club 25 Spanish Club I-45
Vice-president 2, President 3,4.
DEBBY CURTIS-Arlingtones 45 Concert Choir 3,45
Treble-Aires 25 "Brigadoon" 35 "King and I" 4.
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RUTH M. DAINES-Safety Council 25 Oflice Messenger
3,45 FNA 15 Latin Club 3,45 Red Cross Club 1.
JOHN DOUGLAS DAME-Freshman Football5 Intramu-
ral Basketball 1,4.
DONNA DANILUCK-Cguill and Scroll 45 Safety Coun-
cil I-35 ACCOLADE Sta 3,4, Art Editor 45 I.U. Journal-
ism Institute 35 Knights' Klub 1,25 Clinic Assistant 2-45
LANCER Representative 1,45 "Oklahoma, 25 Talent
Show 2,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Junior Prom Committeeg JA
ALANA DARRELL-National Honor Society 3,45 Student
Council I5 Concert Choir 45 Treble-Aires 35 Coldenaires
45 Exploratory Teaching 45 FTA 15 Spanish Club 1-3.
KERRY DREW DARRENKAMP-A-V Assistant 45 JA 3.
DOROTHY L. DAVIDSON-Academic Assistant 45 Oflice
Messenger 35 JA 4.
DEBORAH A. DAY-Knights, Klub I,25 Talent Show 45
French Club 15 Red Cross Club 2.
DEBORAH D. DAY-Treble-Aires 3,45 Knights' Klub
1-35 "Music Mani' 25 "Brigadoon" 35 "King and In 45 FNA
1,25 French Club 15 FTA 2.
THOMAS E. DEAN-Concert Band 2-45 Marchin Band
1-45 Freshman Wrestling5 Intramural BasketbaTl I-45
Talent Show 4.
ROBERT GLEN DEARDORFF-Student Council 2-45
Senior Class Constitution Committeeg Boys Ensemble
2-fl5 Freshman Tennis, Reserve 25 Talent Show 45 French
DAWN M. DeLISLE-Student Council 2, Alternate 15
Coldenaires 2-4, Color Curard 3,4, Flag 3,45 Knights'
Klub I-45 P.E. Assistant 3,45 Exploratory Teaching 45
Oflice Messenger 25 Talent Show 3,45 Junior Prom Com-
mittee5 JA 354.
WILLIAM DEMAREE--FAD 25 Science Club 2.
STEPHEN E. DCMOUCIN-ACCOLADE Staff 2,35 Re-
serve Cross Country 25 Intramural Basketball 1,25 JA 3.
SANDRA DENMAN-Intramural Volleyball 15 Red Cross
REBEKAH DEPOSITAR-Student Council Alternate I5
Intramural Volleyball 25 Knights' Klub 1,25 AFS Student
Committee 35 JA 3,4.
PHILIP C. DeROLF-LANCER Staff 3,45 Marching
Band 1,25 Reserve Band 1,25 Reserve Football 25 Intramu-
ral Basketball 3,45 ROTC 45 German Club I,2,
. IAMES R. DeWITTE
DEBRA DICKISON-Intramural Volleyball 25 Knights'
Klub 1,25 AFS Student Committee 35 Red Cross Repres-
entative 3, JA 3.
STEPHANIE LYNN DIXON-Knights' Klub 3g Office
Messenger 3,45 FTA 3, Shortridge High School 1,2.
BOB DOSS-Student Council 35 Safety Council 3, Pres-
ident 3, Varsity Baseball 3,45 Reserve Basketball 2, Var-
sity 3,44 Lettermen's Club 2-45 Intramural Basketball 2,35
Office Messenger 35 JA 2.
KATHY ANN DOVER-Student Council 1,35 Safety
Council 25 Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Knights, Klub 1,25
LANCER Representative 25 Office Messenger 4, Talent
Show 4, junior Prom Committee,
IAMES DRUMMINS-Bowling League 2,35 Office Mes-
KENNETH LEE DUGGINS-Reserve Track 1,25 Reserve
Wrestling 25 Intramural Basketball 4.
ROBERT G, DUNCAN-Student Council 3, Alternate 45
Freshman Baseball5 Freshman Basketball5 Freshman
Football, Reserve 2,3, Intramural Basketball 2,4.
MARGARET ARLENE DUNN-Safety Council 2,31 Ar-
lingtones 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Concert Orchestra 2-45
Treble-Aires 25 Latin Club lg Red Cross Representative
BYRON D. EASON-Student Council 1,25 Freshman
Football, Chess Club 2-4.
STEVEN D. EDGING-Freshman Baseballg Intramural
ALFRED ROGER EHRENVVALD-Science Seminar
GLENN EMERY-Freshman Baseball, Reserve 2,35
Freshman Football5 Intramural Basketball 2,3.
DIANA ENGLISH-Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Library
Assistant 2,35 LANCER Representative 2,3.
SANDRA RUTH EPPLY-Latin Club 1,
GREGORY L. ERNEST-Reserve Band 25 Talent Show
4, Art Club 1,2,
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DAN C. ESTEB A R
DOUG EVERMAN-Intramural Basketball 1, Chess Club
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SANDRA FAULKNFR-National Honor Society 3,45 IU.
Honors Program 35 Arlingtoncs 45 Conccrt Choir 3,45
Concert Orchestra I-45 Treble-Aires 25 Talent Show 45
Latin Club 45 Quiz Team,
PAULA LYNN FESSLER-Arlingtones 35 Concert Choir
2-45 Concert Orchestra I-45 String Ensemble I-45 "King
and IH 45 Talent Show 35 All-City and All-State Orches-
RONALD j. FIELDS-Muncie Southside High School,
Muncie, Indiana I5 Denham Springs High School, Den-
ham Springs, Louisiana 25 Broadmoor High School,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 25 Muncie Central High School,
Muncie, Indiana 35 Muncie Burris High School, Muncie,
DIANNA L, FIFER-Clinic Assistant 3,45 junior Mo-
thers, Tea Committee.
MICHAEL S. FISHER-ACCOLADE Staff 45 LANCER
Staff 3,45 Freshman Football, Varsity 2-45 Lettermen's
MICHAEL A. FISSE-Intramural Basketball 35 Scecina
Memorial High School I,2.
DON FLICK-Freshman Basketball5 Freshman Football,
Reserve 25 Freshman Track, Intramural Basketball I-4,
'IIM A. FODORA-Spanish Club 45 Talent Show 45 Bre-
beuf Preparatory School I-3.
RANDOLPH THOMAS FORD-Safety Council I5 Fresh-
man Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 35 Red Cross Represen-
JEFFREY ALAN FORDINC-Student Council 45 Safety
Council I-35 Freshman Baseball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,45
Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,45 Reserve Wres-
tling 3, Lettermenls Club 354, Vice-president 45 Intramu-
ral Basketball 2,45 P,E. Assistant 45 Red Cross Club I-3,
TINA FOREMAN-Knights' Klub 25 Latin Club 25 junior
Mothers' Tea Committee.
PAUL D. FOSNICHT-Safety Council Alternate I5 A-V
Fashlonablev spirit spells senior Terri Hartley. 2 5? A U Fi" Assistant I5 Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2,3
JOAN MARIE FOX-Student Council 3,45 Safety Coun-
cil Sg Senior Class Secretaryg Senior Colors Committee,
Senior Constitution Committee: Varsity Cheerleader 4,
Goldenaires 3, Intramural Volleyball 1,2, Knights' Klub
1,24 Office Messenger 1,2g Talent Show 3,-lg Red Cross
Club 3, junior Mothers' Tea Committee, junior Prom
Committee, junior Prom Queen Candidate, Homecom-
ing Queen Candidate 4g 'iGale" Candidate 4.
PAUL FREEBERG-National Honor Society 3,45 Student
Council I-4, Cabinet 2-4, I.U. Student Council Workshop
2, ACCOLADE Stalf 2,3, Intramural Basketball 3,4g
RFJTC 4, Chess Club 2, German Club 1, IA 4, Senior
CATHERINE E. FREEMAN
REBECCA KAY FREI-IE-Art Club 22.
VICKY L. FRENCH-Student Council Alternate 2, Red
Cross Club l,2.
LINDA FRIEND-National Honor Society 3,-1, Student
Council 1, Freshman Cheerleader, Reserve 2, Goldenaires
2-4, Color Guard 2-4, Flag 3,45 Intramural Volleyball
1,25 Knights' Klub I-4, Academic Assistant 3,4, Talent
Show 3,43 junior Prom Committee, 'iCindy" Candidate
EVAN FULMER-Freshman Football, A-V Assistant 1,
Spanish Club 4,
ELAINE MARIE FURNISH-GAA 1,2, Intramural Vol-
Q v1KK1 ELISE GAMMON
ROBERT C. GEDDES, IR,-Reserve Cross Country 253,
Freshman Track, Reserve 2,43 Intramural Basketball 2,33
DEBBY SUE GEIER
LINDA GILLESPIE-Student Council Alternate I1 Safe-
ty Council 1, Bowling League l,2g Intramural Volleyball
1,2, Knights' Klub Ig "Music Man" lg "Oklahoma" 2,
Latin Club Ig IA 3,4
MALENA GODBY-Knights' Klub 2: LANCER Repre-
sentative 2,35 FNA1g French Club 2-4, -IA 3.
KERRY GOETZ-junior Prom Committee, .IA 4.
TERRY L. COINS-ACCOLADE Stall 3,4, Freshman
Track, LANCER Representative 1,
j, DOUGLAS GOOTEE-National Thespian Society 3,4,
Tennis Manager 3, Auditorium Technician 3, A-V Assis-
tant Ig Chess Club Ig German Club 4.
Q LARRY GORDON
ROBERT L. GRABHAM-Honor Society 3,4g Senior
Class Treasurer, Varsity Basketball 3,4g Varsity Baseball
KAREN LYNN GRAY-FTA 2-49 IA
STUART N. GREENVVOOD-Freshman Football, A-V
Assistant 1,2g junior Prom Committee.
LINDA KAYE GRIDER-Intramural Volleyball 1, Oflice
Messenger 2, Talent Show 4, junior Prom Committee.
LINDA JOANNE GRIFFIN-Knights' Klub 1,2gTri-
SHERRY K. GRIFFIN-GAA 2, Talent Show 2.
DOTTIE ELAINE GRIFFITH-National Honor Society
4, Quill and Scroll 3,4g Student Council Alternate 3, AC-
COLADE Staff 2-4, Business Manager 4, Ball State journ-
alism Institute 2,3, Intramural Volleyball 2, Knights'
Klub 2, French Club 53, Spanish Club 2-4, junior Mothers'
Tea Committee, VVarren Central High School 1,
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' VERA SUE CRISELL-National Thespian Society 4,
Student Council 1-3, Alternate 4, Concert Choir 2-4, In-
tramural Volleyball 1,2, Knights, Klub 1, Exploratory
Teaching 4, LANCER Representative 2-4, 'iMusic Man"
1, 'iOklahomal' 2, "Brigadoon,' 3, "Christmas Misern 4,
HKing and In 4.
JAY S. GROW-Varsity Football 4, P.E. Assistant 4.
MARY JILL C-UTHRIE-National Honor Society 4, Col-
denaires 2,3, Intramural Volleyball 1,2, Knights' Klub 2,
3, Talent Show 3,4.
. CAROLYN HAAG-Intramural Volleyball 1,2
LOREN HABNEY-Freshman Baseball, Freshman Bas-
ketball, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4, Freshman Cross Country,
Reserve Football 2, Varsity Golf 4, Lettermenis Club 4.
DONNA JO HAFNER-Red Cross Club 1,2.
. WILLIAM R. HALCOMB-Student Council 2, Freshman
Baseball, Freshman Football, Varsity 3,4, Freshman
Wrestling, Reserve 2-4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, President
4, "Knight" 4.
ALLEN HALL-ACCOLADE Staff 3,4, Arsenal Techni-
cal High School 1.
PEGGY HALL-Treble-Aires 2,3
.JOHN N. HALLANGER-National Honor Society 3,4,
Bowling League 3, Vice-president 3, Reserve Golf 3,4,
Intramural Basketball 4, Arsenal Technical High School
JUDY HAMMON D-Intramural Volleyball 1,2.
GLENDA J. HANSEN-National Honor Society 3,4, Li-
brary Assistant 1,3, Inter-club Council 2,4, Spanish Club
1-4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 4.
CHRIS HARLAN-Student Council 1-4, Senior Colors Com-
mittee, Senior Constitution Committee, Freshman Bas-
ketball, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Junior Prom King
. DALE HARRIMAN-Student Council 1, Freshman Foot-
ball, Reserve Track 2, Intramural Basketball 3,4, LAN-
CER Representative 1.
ROBERTA E. HARSH-Library Assistant 1,2.
TERRI HARTLEY-National Forensic League 2-4, Sec-
retary 3, Treasurer 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Stu-
dent Council Alternate 3, Varsity Cheerleader 4, Colden-
aires 3, Intramural Volleyball l,2, Knights, Klub 1,2, AFS
Student Committee 3, Debate Team 2, Latin Club 1,
Homecoming Queen Candidate 4, NHS Queen 4.
PAUL EDWARD HARTMANN-Boys Ensemble 3, Con-
cert choir 4, "King and I" 4, German Club 1,2.
Q VIRGINIA ANNE HARTS-Concert Orchestra 2-4,
Knights, Klub 1-3, Secretary 3, Clinic Assistant 2-4, "King
WILLIAM ROBERT HARTWIC--National Thespian
Society 1, Marching Band 1,2, Reserve Band 1-3, Auditor-
ium Technician 1,2, A-V Assistant 1.
CIARL A. HARVEY-Chess Club 2-4, FAD 2-4, Vice-pres-
i ent 4.
JOHN CHARLES HEADY, JR.-ROTC 4, Lawrence Cen-
tral High School 1,
.SANDRA LEE HEARLD-Bowling League 2, JA 3,4.
SHERRIE LYNNE HEARN-Reserve Band 2,3, Concert
Band 4, Concert Orchestra 3,4.
BARBARA SUZANNE HECKMAN-National Thespian
Society 2,3, French Club 2,3.
JANE HEIMROTH-GAA 2, Knights, Klub I,2, LANCER
Representative 1, ROTC Sponsor 4, French Club 1, Tal-
ent Show 4, Junior Prom Committee, JA 4, Military Ball
Queen Candidate 4.
.BARBARA KAY HEITZ-National Honor Society 3,-4'
Concert Band 2-4g Concert Orchestra 2-4g C-oldenaires
2-4g NHS Queen Candidate 4.
CHRISTINE LYNN HELD
BONNIE RAY HENDRICKS-Howe High School I-3.
WILLIAM HENLEY-Reserve Football4,
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.ANNIE j. HESS-Intramural Volleyball 1-4g Knights'
Klub l,2g FTA 35 Red Cross Club 3
ELMER HESSE-National Honor Society 3,4g Science
Seminar 3,4g Freshman Footballg Intramural Basketball
1-45 FAD 1-4, President 4,
ROBERT A. HEVRON
BETTY A, HEY-Student Council Alternate 2g Academic
Assistant 4g Office Messenger 1-3.
.DEBORAH JEANNE HICKS-National Honor Society
41 Coldenaires 2-4, Pennant 3, Flag 45 Intramural Volley-
ball 2,3g AFS Student Committee 3,4, Host 3, Co-chair-
man 4g Inter-club Council 45 Talent Show 3.
LINDA CHRISTINE HILL-GAA l,2g Intramural Vol-
leyball 2g Knights' Klub 1-35 Talent Show 4.
ROSA SHARON HILL-National Honor Society 4g In-
tramural Volleyball 1,2g Knights' Klub 2g Exploratory
- ' so 41: swam.
. DEBORAH LEE HINES-Student Council Ig Colden-
aires 2-4, 1'ennant3,4g Knights' Klub I-4.
LINDA MARIE HINES-Safety Council 2g Treble-Aires
3,4g Knights' Klub 25 French Club 1,
Q JAMES HOLLIDAY
DAVE HORTON-Freshman Footballg Chess Club 43
Red Cross Club 3g IA 3.
MARK D, HOSKINS-Reserve Football 4g Intramural
Basketball 3,4g Academic Assistant 4g Redford High
School, Detroit, Michigan 1,2
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. STEVE A. HOSTETLER--Reserve Baseball I-3, Varsity
45 Varsity Football 45 Intramural Basketball 2,35 JA 354.
. KAREN ANN HOVARTER-Reserve Band I5 Concert
. VICKY LYNN HOWE-Reserve Band Ig Concert Band 2-4.
LARRY C. HOWERY-Freshman Baseballg Reserve Track
3,45 Intramural Basketball 3,4.
MARINA HOYO-SpaniSll Club Il,-1.
O MARTA E, Horo-spanish Club:3,4.
HOWARD F, HUBLER-National Forensic League 2-4,
Treasurer Vice-President 45 LANCER Stall 45 Freshman
Track, Reserve 2-45 Intramural Basketball 35 AFS Student
Committee 3,45 Debate Team 3,45 Inter-club Council 3,4
CONNIE HUGHES-Student Council 4, Alternate 35
Treble-Aires 3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Intramural Vol-
leyball 1,25 Knights' Klub 1,25 French Club 15 FTA 35
Talent Show 4.
KRISTI HULL-Concert Choir 3,45"Oklahoma" 25"Brig-
adoonl' 35 "King and I" 45 Red Cross Representative 4,
. DENNIS HURST-Concert Choir 3,45 Bowling League
I-4, President 45 "Brigadoon" 35 JA 4,
JAYNE MARIE IKAWA-National Honor Society 3,45 Stu-
dent Council 1,2, Alternate 35 LANCER Stall 35 Concert
Band 3,45 Concert Choir 3,45 Concert Orchestra 3,45
Marching Band 25 Knights' Klub I5 Academic Assistant 35
"Brigadoon" 35 "King and I" 45 Talent Show 35 JA 3,4.
BARBARA IRWIN-Knights' Klub I-35 Oflice Messenger
45-ROTC Sponsor 45 JA 4.
RICHARD ISENHOWER-Bowling League 45 Vice-
Q KATHRYN R. ISRAEL-Knights' Klub 1,
THOMAS LEE JACKSON-National Thespian Society
2-45 Auditorium Technician I-45 Electronics Club 1,25
junior Prom Committee,
JO ANN JACOBS-Knights' Klub 25 Junior Prom Com-
mittee5 JA 3,45 Pike Township Hi h School 1,
LYNN MAE JANSEN-National Honor Society 3,45 Stu-
dent Council 2-4, Cabinet 45 l,U. Student Leadership
Institute 35 Coldenaires 45 Knights' Klub I,3,45 Academic
Assistant 3,45 Talent Show 3.4: High School Fashion
Q MA HLA JARCHOW-Knights, of History 44 JA 3,45 Hamil-
ton Heights High School I.
BRITT INCECERD JOHANSSON-AFS Foreign Ex-
change Student 45 Student Council 45 LANCER Staff 45
Book Club 45 French Club 4.
CLORIA JEANNE JOHNSON-Concert Orchestra I-43
Treble-Aires 3,43 Knights' Klub 23 Talent Sboyy 3,4g FTA
l'41 JA 4.
KAREN SLE JOHNSON-National Honor Society' 23.43
Senior Colors Committeeg Senior Constitution Commit-
tee: Reserye Band I: Concert Rand 2-41 Goldenaires 2-4,
Pennant 3.4: Intramural Volleyball L21 Knights' Klub I-4.
REBECCA LYNN JOHNSON-National Honor Society' 4,
Concert Band 3,41 Concert Orchestra 351, AFS Student
Committee 43 Book Club 4, French Club 2-4.
ROBERT JOSEPH JUIINSUN-National Forensic
League 21 Science SeminarSg Debate Tcam 1,2.
SISAN JOHNSON-Intramural Volleyball 2, JA 3,4
SUSAN R. JOHNSON-Oflice Messenger 4, Red Cross
Club I: J.-X 4.
THOMAS R. JOHNSON-National Honor Society' 3,-lg
Science Seminar 2-4g Chess Club 1,2, Science Club 2-4,
'l'reasurcr2, President 3, Yice-president 4,
TOM MIE JOHNSON-Beech Bluff High School, Jackson,
Tennessee Ig Northside High School, Jackson, Tennessee
ANDREW' S. JON ES-National Thespian Society 3,43
Auditorium Technician 2-4.
CATHERINE A. JONES-Knights' Klub Ig Talent Show
2: i'Cale" Candidate 4.
CORENE MARIE JONES-National Honor Society' 43
Student Council Ig Knights' Klub Ig Talent Shoyy 3.
JOHN JONES-Freshman Baseball, Freshman Football,
Reserve 253, Freshman Wrestling. Reserve 2, Varsity' 3,41
Lettermenis Club 3,-1.
MARC JONES-National Honor Society' 4: Quill and
Scroll 43 LANCER Stall 514, Copy' Editor 43 Freshman
Raseballg Intramural Basketball l,3,4.
VIRGINIA C, JQNES-CAA 21 Intramural Volleyball 2,
Knights' Klub 2: Oliice Messenger 4: Library' Assistant 3.4,
Library Club 4: 3.4: Senior Prom Committee.
RANDY JL'STL'S-RE. Assistant 21 Freshman Wrestling,
Intramural Basketball l,3,4.
JOHN T. KAISER
MICHAEL ALLEN KAISER-Freshman Football, JA 4
KATHERINE KANTNER-Student Council lg CAA I-4
Scecina Memorial High School l.
DEBRA SUE KAPPLIS-Treble-Aires 4, LANCER Rep-
resentative 1-3, FTA 1,2.
SUZANNE KASLER-Student Council 4, Varsity Cheer-
leader 4, Coldenaires 3, P.E, Assistant 4, Talent Show
3,-1, junior Prom Queen Candidate, Homecoming Queen
Candidate 4, jA 3, Bitburg High School, Bitburg, Cer-
ALVIN j. KATZMAN-Honor Society 4, Varsity Wres-
tling 4, Freshman Football, Varsity 2-41 Lcttermen's Club
MICHAEL ROBERT KEITHLEY-Student Council Al-
ternate lg Boys Ensemble 2, Concert Choir 3,41 Intramu-
ral Basketball 2,3, " Brigadoonw 3.
KEVIN j, KELLEY-National Honor Society 4, Concert
Choir 3,-I, President 4, Freshman Baseball, Freshman Bas-
ketball, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,-1, Reserve Tennis 2, Varsity
Track 3,41 Lettermen's Club 3,4, 'iBrigadoon" 3, NHS King
RICHARD KENDALL-Freshman Cross Country, Re-
serve 2-4, Freshman Track, Reserve 2-4, Intramural Bas-
A student valentine arrives for Miss Alice Hessler ketball L41 IA 4'
' CHARLES SCOTT KENNEDY-National Forensic
League 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, National Thespian
Society 4, Quill and Scroll Vice-president 4, Student
Council I,4, Treasurer 4, LANCER Staff 2-4, Co-editor
4, Indiana High School Press Association President 3, I.L'.
journalism Institute 2,3, Senior Colors Committee, Intra-
mural Basketball l,3,4, Debate Team 2-4, Inter-club
Council 2,4, Thespian Play 2, Talent Show 4, junior Prom
MAUREEN FRANCES KENNEDY-Treble-Aires 3,4, Of-
fice Messenger 4, Intramural Volleyball l-3, FTA I,2,
Red Cross Club lg ROTC Sponsor 4, Spanish Club I-3,
junior Prom Committee.
MONA LISA KENNEDY-Intramural Volleyball I,
TOM KENNEDY-German Club 2.
.GREG KEPNER-Reserve Wrestling 2, Eastwood junior,
High School 1.
DANIEL A. KERN-Reserve Wrestling 2.
jOANN KERN-Bowling League I-3, Intramural Volley-
ball l,2, junior Prom Committee, jA 3,4.
DIANNE N. KEY-FTA lg Red Cross Club I-3, Tri-Hi-Y
gy .PAM KING
NANCY KINCERY-Student Council Alternate 2, Knights'
Klub 1, Academic Assistant 3,4, LANCER Representative
2-4, junior Prom Committee.
TIM KINNAMAN-Shortridge High School I-3,
TWANDA KIRBY-Student Council Alternate l,2,
Treble-Aires 3,4, Intramural Volleyball 1, LANCER Rep-
KANDI KLEINHELTER-Student Council 2,3, Intramu-
ral Volleyball 2,3, Knights, Klub 2, LANCER Representa-
tive 1-4, JA 3,4.
PAULA MARIE KNIGHT-Treble-Aires 3,4, Knights'
Klub 1,2, junior Prom Committee, jA 4,
DONNA RUTHE KOUWE-National Honor Society 3,4,
Arlingtones 4, Reserve Band I, Concert Band 2-4, Con-
cert Choir 3,4, Concert Orchestra 3,44 Marching Band l,2,
"Brigadoon', 3, Talent Show 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1.
ANN BETH KRATZ-National Honor Society 3,4, Quill
and Scroll 3,4, Treasurer 4, Student Council Alternate 4,
LANCER Staii 2-4, News Editor 4, Treble-Aires 3,4,
President 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, French Club 2,3.
SHAURON IRENE LACKEY-Bowling League I-3, French
STEVEN MARCUS LACY-Reserve Basketball 3, Re-
serve Cross Country 3, Intramural Basketball 4, Short-
ridge High School I, Twin Lakes High School, Monticello,
SUSAN LYNN LACY-Knights' Klub 3, German Club 3,4,
Red Cross Club 3,4, Shortridge High School I, Twin Lakes
High School, Monticello, Indiana 2.
ELAINE LAMBERT-Intramural Volleyball I, Knights,
Klub I, Spanish Club I, Tri-Hi-Y4.
OWEN H. LANGAN-Student Council Alternate I,
Freshman Football, Reserve 2, Freshman Track.
JOHN CHRISTOPHER LAPPAS-National Honor Soc-
iety 4, Student Council Alternate 3, Senior Class Second
Vice-president, Reserve Band I, Concert Band 2-4, Con-
cert Orchestra 2, Reserve Tennis I,2, Varsity 3,4, Fresh-
man Wrestling, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4, Lettermen's Club
3,4, Secretary 4.
ROY T. LEATHERMAN
DAVID G. LEE
SANDRA LEE-Student Council 1,31 Betty Crocker
Homemaker Award 4, IA 3.
HOPE MARTIN LEVITT-National Forensic Lea ue I-4,
Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3,-1, National Tiespian
Society 1-4, President 4, Student Council 3,4, Safety Coun-
cil I: LANCER Staff 2, Academic Assistant 4, "Crucible"
I, "Music Man" I, MMiracle Worker" 2, "Oklahoma" 2,
"Brigadoon" 3, 'iHoosier Schoolmastern 3, Debate Team
I,2, French Club 1, jA 3,4
BRUCE E. LEWALLEN
JENNY LIGHT-Concert Orchestra I-4, Treble-Aires 4,
Bowling League 2, Intramural Volleyball I,2, Knights,
Klub I,2, "King and I" 4.
,IOYCE KAY LIVENGOOD-Student Council 1, Concert
Choir 3,4, Treble-Aires 2, Knights' Klub I, i'Brigacloon,'
3, "King and I"-1.
KENNETH A. LLOYD-Reserve Band I, Intramural
Basketball 4, Electronics Club I-3, JA 4.
LINDA SUE LOCKRIDGE-Knights of History 3,
Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y I.
KAREN MAUREEN LOIVIAN-Student Council I-4,
Cabinet 3,4, Inter-city Representative 3, Parliamentarian
4, I,U. Workshop 3, Senior Constitution Committee,
Goldenaires 3,4, Color Guard 3,4, Intramural Volleyball,
Knights' Klub I-4, Lancer Representative2,3, Talent Show
3,4, Red Cross Representative 2, Junior Prom Committee.
LINDA SUSAN LONG-National Honor Society 3,4.
IAN LOSTUTTER-Intramural Volleyball I-3, Red
Cross Club I,2, junior Prom Committee,
TONY L. LOWRY-Bowling League 2.
BECKY LYNN MacDONALD-Student Council I-4,
Goldenaires 2-4, Pennant 3, Color Guard 4, Intramural
Volleyball 1,25 Knights' Klub I-4, ACCOLADE Salesman
4, LANCER Representative 4, Red Cross Representative
I, junior Prom Committee, Iunior Mothers' Tea Com-
GARY D. MacPHERSON-VVrestling Manager 3.
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LONNIE D. MANNINC--Freshman Basketball: Fresh-
man Football, Freshman Track, Intramural Basketball I,2.
NANCY MARKLAND-Intramural Volleyball I: Ollice
Messenger, JA 3,4.
GLORIA ANNE MARSH-National Honor Society 4,
Student Council 4, Bowling League 2.3, Intramural Vol-
leyball I, Knights' Klub I,2, Talent Show 4, French Club I,
2, junior Prom Committee.
CATHY C. INJARSHALL
CAROL R. NIARTIN
ELVA MARTIN-Student Council I, Concert Choir 3,41
Treble-Aires I,2, Intramural Volleyball I, Knights' Klub
2, Ofliee Messenger 4, FTA Ig Tri-Hi-Y I, junior Prom
SHARON MARTIN-Reserve Band I.2: Intramural Vol-
leyball 1,21 Knights' Klub 2, Archery Club 2: Junior Prom
JIM MARTYNIAK-Freshman Basketball, Intramural
STEVE MARTZ-Freshman Wrestling, Bowling League
3, LANCER Representative I-3.
LINDA MASON-Bowling 2, CAA I,2.
NANCY JANE MASSENA
CAN DY MATTHEVVS-National Honor Society 3.4, FTA
2, Cerman Club 2.
LARRY MAYES-Freshman Baseball, Reserve 3, Fresh-
man Basketballg Freshman Football, Intramural Basketball
CURT MAYFIELD-Freshman Football, Freshman
Wrestling, Office Messenger 3.
TOM MAYHOOD-Boys Ensemble 2-4,
JOHN C. MCCLAIN-Concert Band 4, Marching Band 3,
4, Knights of History I,2.
VVILMA MCCORMICK-FNA 4, Palestine High School I-
VICKI LEE MCCOY-Treble-Aires 3,4, Intramural Vol-
leyball I, " Brigacloonn 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4.
MARILYN JEAN MCDONOUCH-Chatarll High School
PAMELA KAY MCDOWELL-FTA I, Tri-Hi-Y I, JA 2.
MICHAEL D. MCEOWEN-National Honor Society 4,
Freshman Basketball, Bowling League 3, Intramural
JAN McKEE-Bowling League I-4, Intramural Volleyball
I,2, Red Cross Representative 4,
CINDY MCKERLIE-Oliice Messenger I,2, AFS Student
DONALD E. MCMILLAN-Student Council 4, Alternate
I-3, Safety Council I,2, Reserve Band Ig Concert Band
2-4, Manager 3-4, Concert Choir 4, Concert Orchestra 2-
4, Marching Band 2-4, Pep Band 2-4, Intramural Bas-
ketball 3,4, LANCER Representative 4, Talent Show 3,4,
KAREN L. MCVVHIRTER-National Thespians I-4, Sec-
retary 35 'iMusic Manu 1, "OklahomaH 25 'AMerry Christ-
mas, Mr, Baxtern 25 "The Hoosier Schoolmasteri' 25
'iBrigadoon" 35 6'Christmas at Homei' 35 "King and I" 45
uThe Mouse that Roaredw 4.
JULIA I0 MEARS-Knights' Klub 25 Clinic Assistant 45
junior Prom Committee.
TED EUGENE MEEK-National Honor Society 3,45 Stu-
dent Council 1-35 Senior Colors Committee5 Freshman
Basketballg Freshman Football Reserve 2,35 Varsity 45
Freshman Tennis, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 45 Lettermen's
Club 45 Intramural Basketball 2,45 LANCER Representa-
tive I-535 junior Prom King Candidateg NHS King Candi-
SUSAN LYNN MERANDA-Concert Band 3,45 Knights'
Klub 25 Academic Assistant 45 -IA 3,-1.
MARY JANE MERCIER-National Forensic League 2-45
Vice-president 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Quill and
Scroll 45 Student Council 2-4, Cabinet 3,45 I.U. Workshop
35 Safety Council 15 ACCOLADE StaFt3,45 Treble-Aires 35
Bowling League lg Intramural Volleyball 152,45 "Oklaho-
ma" 25 "Brigadoon" 35 Talent Show 3, Co-ordinator 45
AFS Student Committee 45 Debate Team 2-45 FTA I.
MARY ELIZABETH MIHAY
PAT MILES-ACCOLADE Salesman 45 Talent Show
45 Art Club 35 German Club 3, Reitz Memorial High
School, Evansville, Indiana 1,2.
LINDA K. MILLER-GAA 1-45 Secretary 4, Knights'
Klub 2-4, P. E. Assistant 45 German Club 35 Red Cross Rep-
ELIZABETH MITCHELL-Knights, Klub 1,25 Clinic
Assistant 45 Office Messenger 45 Mental Health Club 25
junior Prom Committee.
IACKIE MOLL-Rex Mundi High School 1.
REBECCA jo MONTGOMERY-Knights' Klub 1, Tri-Hi-
Lidoxifiixlfx MORELOCK-Knights' Klub 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2,
iixE4LEN MORRIS-Red Cross Club 1, spanish Club 1,
TTXRANK MOSIER-Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2,3
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PAMELA I. MOULDER-National Honor Society 3,4g
Academic Assistant 4, Lawrence High School 1,2
NANCY SUE MOYER-National Thespians 2-4, Student
Council 3g Intramural Volleyball I-4, Clinic Assistant 4,
P.E, Assistant 3, Knights, Klub 1,2, Ollice Messenger 3,
Red Cross Club 1-3, Spanish Club Ig "Music Mann I,
--oklahoma, 2, Talent Show 25 "Brigadoon" 3g 'iKing and
DIANE MULLEN-Student Council Alternate Ig Intra-
mural Volleyball 1, Knights, Klub 1,2g OtIice Messenger
Ig FNA I.
.LARRY DON MURPHY-Intramural Basketball 1-4,
Freshman Football, Art Club I, -IA 3.
NANCI MURRAY-Upper Arlington High School.
RITA MURRAY-National Honor Society 3,4g ROTC
Sponsor 4g Latin Club 3,
CAFFIE MUSE-Academic Assistant 3,4, Latin Club Ig
Perry East junior High School 1.
MARTHA MUSSER-National Honor Society 3,4g Cirls'
State 3, Student Council 2-4, Cabinet 3,4, Secretary 4g
Coldenaires 4g Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Knights' Klub
I-4, Oflice Messenger 23 junior Mothers' Tea Com'
mitteeg "Cindy'y Candidate 23 NHS Queen Candidate 4.
PAUL LOUIS MYERS
ELANIA NANOPOULOS-National Honor Society 4g
Intramural Volleyball Ig JA 3.
SUSAN R. NEFF-Student Council lg Intramural volley-
ball 1,2, OHice Messenger 2, Talent Show 3,4.
JOHN W. NEIL, IR.-Reserve Football3.
IANELLE NESBIT-National Honor Society 4g Student
Council 4, ACCOLADE Staff 3,44 Treble-Aires 3, Intra-
mural Volleyball Ig Exploratory Teaching 4, "Brigadoon,'
3, Talent Show 45 FTA 2, junior Prom Committee.
SHELLY NETHERY+Student Council Alternate Ig GAA
I,2, Coldenaires 3,4, Pennant 4g Intramural Volleyball
1,29 Clinic Assistant 3,4g Exploratory Teaching 4,
LANCER Representative I-3g P.E. Assistant 35 "Okla'
homau 2g "Brigadoony' 3, Talent Show 2, Red Cross
Representative 4, junior Prom Committee.
CYNTHIA NEUENSCHWANDER-Bluffton High School
JANIE NEWKIRK-Knights, Klub 3g Academic Assistant
4, FTA 39 Manual High School I,2.
BONNIE NEWMAN-Academic Assistant 4g "Brigadoon"
3, Talent Show 4.
MARSHA ELAINE NICHOLAS-Memomonee Falls
High School 1, Palatine High School 2,3.
CHARLES NILES-Student Council Alternate 2,45 LAN-
CER Stall 3g Freshman Baseballg Freshman Basketballg
Reserve Tennis 2,3g Intramural Basketball 2,4g French
Club 23 Math Club 2g jA3,4.
NANCY NISS-Knights' Klub 2,
DAVID E. NIXON-National Honor Society 4g Chess
Club lg Math Club lg Science club 1-4,
M ELANIE ANNE NOBLE-Reserve Orchestra I,2g Latin
'BARBARA LEE NORRIS-Intramural Volleyball 3g Aca-
demic Assistant 4g Office Messenger 43 jA 3,4
CAROLYN A. NOSTRAND-CAA Ig Art Club I,2g FTA I.
MIAIRILYN S. O'DELL-Archery Club 3g Red Cross
C u 2.
PATRICIA K. O'DELL-Library Assistant 2-4g P.E. As-
SHARON M. OSWALT-National Honor Society 3,43
CAA 2-4g Knights' Klub 2g Library Assistant 3,4g Latin
Club lg jA 3.
SHARON K. OTTERBEIN-Office Messenger 3g FTA lg
Red Cross Club 1,2gjA 4.
jAMES E. OVERMYER-Student Council 2-4g LANCER
Stall 3,-4, Assistant Advertising Manager -lg Freshman
Baseballg Freshman Basketballg Intramural Basketball 2-4g
LANCER Representative 35 French Club lg junior Prom
Committeeg junior Prom King.
Q RITA LYNN OVERTON-Knights' Klub lg Talent Show 4,
CARY PARKER-Intramural Basketball I,2g Electronics
CAROL ANN PATTON-National Honor Society 3,-lg
l.U. Honors Program 3g German Club, Vice-president
3, Secretary-Historian 4g Red Cross Representative 3,
DAVID AMES PI' RKINSON Freshman Track
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CAROL ANN PERSONS-Treble-Aires 3,4g Intramural
Volleyball Ig jA 3.
VICKI ANN PETERSON-Intramural Volleyball I.
CHARLES K. PETRY-National Honor Society-1.
Q BELINDA PHELPS
IERILYN PHILLIPS-National Honor Society 3,43
Intramural Volleyball 2g "Brigadoon" 3g French Club
2-4, President 4g junior Prom Committee.
KAREN ANN PHILLIPS
MARION PHILLIPS-Chess Club 2.
.NATHAN R. PHILLIPS-Reserve Cross Country 41
Freshman Trackg Varsity 3,4g Intramural Basketball
PAUL D. PHILLIPS-P.E. Assistantg jA 3.
RONALD PIERCE-National Honor Society 3,-ig Science
jACQUELINE L. PIKE-Student Council I, Alternate 2g
Gymnastics 44 Intramural Volleyball 1,24 Talent Show
2-4g Red Cross Club 3.
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BRANT LOGAN PING-Talent Show 4.
LARRY WILLIAM POND-Student Council Alternate 35
Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band 3,45 Talent Show 45
IVIARCIA PONTIOUS-Tri-Hi-Y 45 lVIcCluer Senior
High School, St. Louis, Missouri 1-3.
GEORGE PORTILLA-Honor Society 45 Spanish Club
1-45 Exchange Club Award 4.
JONATHAN BRENT PRICE--National Honor Society
3,45 National Thespian Society 2-45 Science Seminar 45
"Hoosier Schoolmastern 25 "BrigadoonH 35 'iMiracle
Workerl' 35 "Pygamalion', 35 Chess Club 2,35 Quiz Team
3,45 Science Club 2-4, President 45 Speech Team 3,4.
ROBERT PRUITT-Science Seminar 45 Latin Club I5
Math Club 1.
JOHN P. PULLER-Intramural Basketball I5 German
BRUCE PULLIAM-National Honor Society 3,45 Sci-
ence Seminar 2,35 Arlin tones 3,45 Concert Band 1-45
Concert Choir 2,35 Marciing Band I-45 Pep Band 2-45
Freshman Track5 "Oklahoma" 25 "Brigadoonl' 35 Chess
LINDA KAY RAHM-Freshman Cheerleader, Reserve 2,
Varsity 3,-I, Captain 45 P.E. Assistant 45 LANCER Repre-
sentative 45 Talent Show 3,45 Junior Heart Board 3,45
Junior Prom Committee5 "Cindy' Candidate 35 Jamboree
Queen 45 Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 "Galen
MIKE RAMAGE-Intramural Basketball 1-4.
MARK RANCOURT-JA 354.
KATHLEEN RAWLINSON-ACCOLADE Stall: 3,45
Scecina Memorial High School I,2.
KATHLEEN J. RAYMONT-National Honor Society 45
Quill and Scroll 354, President 45 Student Council I5 Alter-
nate 35 ACCOLADE Staff 2-4, Senior Editor 45 Intramural
Volleyball 1,25 Knights' Klub 2,35 Talent Show 3,45
Fashion Board 4.
TOM REA-Reserve Cross Country 2, Varsity 3,45 Reserve
Track 2, Varsity 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Intramural
Basketball I-45 Talent Show 2-4.
MIKE REBIC-Boca Ciega High School, St. Petersburg,
GARY G. REED-Student Council Alternate 45 Reserve
Cross Country 2, Varsity 45 Freshman Football, Reserve
35 Freshman Track, Varsity 2-45 Lettermen's Club 2-45
Intramural Basketball I-45 ACCOLADE Salesman 3.
RICHARD ALAN REIDY-National Honor Society 3,45
Senior Colors Committee5 Senior Constitution Commit-
tee5 Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band 1-45 Pep Band 1-45
Intramural Basketball 45 Talent Show 45 AFS Student
Committee 45 Chess Club 35 Debate Team 35 JA 3,4.
JEFFREY HOWARD REITER-Intramural Basketball
35 Chess Club I.
BETH REYNOLDS-National Honor Society 3,45 Girls'
State 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Student Council 2-4, Vice-
president 45 National Student Council Workshop 35 LAN-
CER Staff 3,4, Business Manager 45 Intramural Volleyball
1,25 Knights, Klub 1,25 Talent Show 3,45 'AFS Student
Committee 2,35 Debate Team 25 Junior Prom Committee.
MARY LOUISE REYNOLDS-Knights, Klub 2,3.
LANCE VERNON RHODES-Varsity Baseball 2-45 Var-
sity Football 2-45 Varsity Wrestling 2-45 Lettermen's Club.
STEVEN L. RICE-Intramural Basketball I-3.
DAN RICHEY-Freshman Tennis, Reserve 25 Concert
DENISE RICHEY-Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Knights'
Klub 1,25 FTA 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4.
JOHN R. RIDPATH-Freshman Football, Reserve 2,3,
Varsity 45 Freshman Track, Reserve 2,35 Lettermen's
Club 45 Intramural Basketball 3,45 LANCER Representa-
STEVEN D. RICSBEE-Boys Ensemble 35 Concert Choir
45 Reserve Golf 3, Varsity 4.
'JUDITH K. RISSER-Treble-Aires 3,4g Clinic Assistant
Sq Knights' Klub 2,33 FNA 3,4g Tri-Hi-Y1.
CHARLOTTE ROBERTS-Intramural Volleyball l,4g
Red Cross Club 1,2.
DIANA LEE ROBERTS-National Honor Society 4g
Treble-Aires 2,31 FTA 253.
KAREN L. ROBERTS-National Honor Society 43 Quill
and Scroll 4g Student Council 2,-1, Alternate 33 LANCER
Staff 2-4, Advertising Manager 44 I.L', journalism Work-
shopg Coldenaires 2-4g Pennant 3, Color Guard 4, Flag
4g Knights' Klub 2-4g Academic Assistant 4g Lancer Rep-
'Timm' 1. ROGERS
'IAN ROSE-Intramural Volleyball l,2,4g Knights' Klub
1-3g French Club 1,2g Math Club lg IAS.
. TERRY ROTH
KATHY RUSH-Talent Show 4,
CHARLOTTE RUSSEI,L-Treble-Aires 3,41 Knights'
Klub 21 Talent Show 4: jA 2.
PETE RYZA-Scecina Memorial High School l-3.
.MARIAN ALLYN SAFFORD-National Honor Society
3,41 Safety Council lg Knights' Klub 1-4g French Club lg
Red Cross Club 1,2
DIAN ELANIE SAGE
LAURA C. SAILLANT-Student Council 1, Alternate
2,4g Senior Class Alumni Secretaryg Coldenaires 2-4,
Pennant 3, Color Guard 4, Flag 44 Knights' Klub I-43 P. E.
Assistant 3,45 Talent Show f3,4g junior Prom Queeng
BARRY DOUGLAS SAVVYER-National Honor Society
-lg Student Council Alternate 2g LANCER Representa-
. JANIS ARLENE SAYVYER-Knights Of History l: Sci-
ence Club 3g junior Prom Committee.
. BARBARA SCHOELKOPF-Student Council Alternate 4g
ACCOLADE Staff 4g Knights' Klub lg junior Prom Com-
mittee: IA 3.
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f .WILLIAM SCHOFIELD-Reserve Band lg Concert
Band 2-4g Concert Orchestra I-4g Marching Band l-4g Pep
MICHAEL SCHOONMAKER-National Honor Society
3,4g Science Seminar 3,4g Reserve Football 31 Reserve
Track 3g Debate Team 2.
PHILIP SCHULTZ-Chatard High School l,2.
.SHARON SEAMON-Intramural Volleyball 2g Knights'
LINDA YVONNE SEARCEY-Crisplls Attucks High
Q JAMES SEARS
' MARILYN SEXTON
.T E. SHANK-Astronomy Club 4g Chess Club I-4.
KATHY SHEEHAN-Student Council 3g Intramural
Volleyball 33 Knights' Klub 2g Red Cross Club l,4g Talent
Show 4g junior Prom Committee.
' GAY SHEPARD-Intramural Volleyball 1,2.
SAM SHORTER-National Honor Society 43 Boys' State
35 Freshman Baseballg Freshman Football, Reserve 2,3,
Varsity 4g Reserve Wrestling 3,44 Lettermen's Club 4g
Intramural Basketball lg Red Cross Club I,
SUSAN SHUMWAY-National Honor Society 3,4, Secre-
tary 4g Quill and Scroll 3,44 Senior Class First Vice-presi-
dentg ACCOLADE Staff 4, Co-editor 43 LANCER Staff
2,3, News Bureau Chief 2,3g I.U. journalism Workshop 3g
Concert Orchestra 1-3g Goldenaires 2,3g Knights' Klub
I-3g Talent Show Mistress of Ceremonies 4g AFS Student
ANA CECILIA SICKERT-Safety Council lg Colden-
aires 2-41 Knights' Klub 2-4.
.FREDERICK ALAN SIMMONS-National Honor So-
ciety 3,4g Safety Council lg Freshman Baseballg Fresh-
man Basketball, Reserve 25 Freshman Football, Reserve 2,
Varsity 3,4g Lettermen's Club 3,4g Intramural Basket-
ball 3,4g "Knigbt,' Candidate 4g NHS King Candidate 4.
SHARON SIMS-National Honor Society 45 I.U, Hon-
ors Program 3g Safety Council lg Academic Assistant 4g
Library Assistant 1,25 German Club 1-4g Red Cross Club
DOUGLAS A. SINCLETON-Student Council 4s
MICHAEL SLONI-I-Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2,
Intramural Basketball 2-4,
THOMAS M, SMALL-Intramural Basketball 2.
LIBBY SMITH-Knights' Klub 2.
ROBIN C, SMITH-Boys Ensemble 2, Concert Choir
RUSSELL A, SMITH-Broad Ripple High School I,
SUE ANN SMITH
TERRY ANN SMITH-Student Council I, Alternate 2,
C-oldenaires 2-4, Pennants 3,4, Knights' Klub 2-4, AC-
COLADE Salesman 2-4, LANCER Representative 2-4.
'KATHY SMOTHERS-Treble-Aires 4, Intramural Vol-
leyball 2, Knights' Klub I,2, Talent Show 3,43 IA 4,
SUSAN SNYDER-Bowling League 3.
JOHN R. SOUTH--Boys Ensemble I,2, Freshman Track,
Reserve 3, Science Club 2-4, Spanish Club 4, JA 3,-1.
DENNY SOUTHERLAND-National Honor Society 3,4,
Quill and Scroll 3,4, Student Council I-4,, Cabinet 2-4,
President 45 LANCER Staff 3,4, Sports Editor 4, Senior
Constitution Committee, Reserve Baseball I,2, Varsity 3,4,
Freshman Basketball, Reserve 2,3, Freshman Football
Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4 Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 3,-I,
junior Prom King Candidate, "Knight" Candidate, junior
JUDITH ANN SPRAY-Student Council 4, Safety Coun-
cil 1, Intramural Volleyball Ig junior Prom Committee,
CARY THOMAS STAFFORD-Select Reserve Band 4,
C Band I-3, Marching Band I-4, Bowling League I,2,4g
ROTC 4, U Music Man" Latin Club I.
HAI, STALLINCS-LANCER Staff-1,
O PATRICIA LYNN STANSBURY-Bowling League 1-4,
Secretary 3,4, Intramural Volleyball 1,25 Red Cross Club 2.
SANDRA STEELE-National Honor Society 4, IA 3.
. LOLA STEINHOFF-Intramural Volleyball 2, Knights'
Klub I,2, Library Assistant 3,4.
CINDI STONE-National Honor Society 4, Student
Counivil Alternate I, Intramural Volleyball 2, FTA lg Tri-
TERESA MARIE STRAUSS-Library Assistant I-3, FTA
I,2, Red Cross Club I-4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,
CAROL STUCKEY-Intramural Volleyball I,2.
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NANCY A. SURBER-Intramural Volleyball I, "Briga-
dooni' 3, Talent Show 4.
VIRGINIA MAE SWIFT-Howe High School 1, Lebanon
High School, Lebanon, Indiana 1-3, Knights of History 4.
'KAREN LOUISE SYLVESTER-Student Council I,2,
Alternate 3, Concert Choir 2-5, Knights' Klub 2, P.E,
Assistant 3, Intramural Volleyball 1, "BrigadoonH 3,
"King and In 4, German Club I,2, junior Prom Queen
KAY ELLEN TABB-C-AA I, Intramural Volleyball I,
junior Prom Committee, JA 4.
WILLIAM V. TALBOTT--Intramural Basketball 3.
LYNN TATUM-ACCOLADE Staff 3,4, Advertising
Manager 4, Intramural Volleyball 1, Office Messenger 2,
Talent Show 2,3, junior Prom Queen Candidate, Home-
coming Queen 4, L'Calen Candidate 4, High School
Fashion Board 4.
COODLOE A. TAYLOR-Arsenal Technical High
MARK TAYLOR-National Honor Society 3,4, Concert
Band 4, Marching Band 2-4, Pep Band 3, Oflice Mes-
senger 1, Archery Club 2, French Club I-3.
RICHARD TAYLOR-Scecina Memorial High School I-3.
DEAN TEATER-Freshman Baseball, Varsity 4, Fresh-
man Football, Reserve 2, Varsity 3,4
SCOTT K. TECARDEN-National Honor Society 3,4,
Student Council 1-3, Freshman Baseball, Varsity 2-4,
Freshman Basketball, Reserve 2,3, Varsity 4, Freshman
Football, Varsity 2-4, Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 2-4.
. DONALD TERHUNE
MARY TERRELL-National Honor Society 3,4, Concert
Band 3,4, Concert Choir 3, Concert Orchestra 3,4, String
Ensemble 3,4, K'Brigadoon,' 3, 'iKing and In 4, Mt. Ver-
non High School I,2.
TONY THEYSSEN-National Honor Society 3,4, Stu-
dent Council I,2, Freshman Football, Varsity 2-4, Letter-
men's Club 2-4.
DAVID THOMPSON-Reserve Track 3,4, Electronics
Q .IAM ES H THOMPSON-Intramural Basketball 2-4.
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Seniors A Q R
O KAREN ANN Ti-iURsToN-Nonoool Honor Society 3.4,
Quill and Scroll 3,-4, Secretary 4g LANCER Stall 3,-4,
Copy Editor 3, Co-editor 45 Debate Team 2,3g German
Club I-4, Secretary 2, President 3g Math Club I.
RICHARD K. TINDALL-Reserve Tennis 4.
jO ANN TIPTON-National Honor Society 3,4g Intra-
mural Volleyball 2g Knights, Klub I-3g Academic Assistant
3,4g LANCER Representative 3g 'iMusic Manw 1, junior
Prom Committee, jA 3,4.
BARBARA jEAN TOLBERT-Bowling League 2, Intra-
mural Volleyball I,
. ANDREA TONNIS
KATHLEEN ANN TRANBERC--Art Club I-3g Spanish
VICTOR TRATTNER-Freshman Footballg Freshman
Trackg Intramural Basketballfi,
Comics TRENNEPOHL-Intramural Basketball 21 of-
I'ice Messenger 4.
jOHN L. TRENT-Marching Band I-3g Pep Band 2,34
Reserve Track 4g AFS Student Committee 3,4
PAMELA TRUAX-National Thespian Society 4g Con-
cert Choir 4g Treble-Aires 2,3g Bowling League 1,2g Red
Cross Club l,3,4.
ROXANNA TRUMP-Intramural Volleyball 4g FNA 3,
Red Cross Club I.
NANCY TSCHIREN-jA 3.
CAROLYN TU RNER-Knights' Klub 2,3g Academic
Assistant 4g French Club Ig FTA I.
CHARLES R. TURNER-jA 3,4
GLENN E. TURNER-Freshman Football, Varsity 2-49
Freshman VVrestling, Varsity 2-41 Lettermenis Club 2-4.
SHERRY D. UPDIKE-National Thespian Society 3,4g
Student Council 2,43 Senior Constitution Committee,
Concert Choir 3,4g Coldenaires 2,33 Bowling League 1,25
Intramural Volleyball I-3g Knights' Klub 1, "Brigadoon"
3g "King and I" 4g Talent Show 4g junior Prom Commit-
teeg jA 4.
SUSAN VALDEZ-Reserve Band Ig Concert Band 2-4,
Concert Orchestra 3,4g CAA 1,2g Intramural Volleyball
I-3g Knights' Klub 1-3g "Brigadoon" 35 "King and I" 4g
Talent Show 3, Knights of History lg Spanish Club Ig
junior Prom Committee, jA 3,4.
jAMES W. VANCE-Reserve Band I,2g Concert Band
3,-ig Marching Band I-4, Pep Band 2-4.
Pi-IELLIS VANDIVER-Bowling League 3,41 Knights'
K u 3.
DEBBIE VAN DUREN-National Honor Society 3,4,
Treasurer 4g Concert Choir 3,4g Concert Orchestra 1-3,
String Ensemble I,2g "Music Man" lg "Oklahoma" 2g
"Brigad0on" 3, Talent Show 3,4g French Club I,2.
MARSHA VanMETER-OH'ice Messenger 4, Kokomo
High School 2,3.
MARK EMORY VAUCHAN-Freshman Baseballg Intra-
mural Basketball 3g jA 3.
LARRY VON BERG
PATSY WALLIS-Student Council 4g Concert Choir
2-4, Knights' Klub I,2g Library Assistant 2, 'iBrigadoon"
3g Red Cross Representative 3.
LINDA WALLS-Concert Choir 3,4g Treble-Aires 2g
CAA Ig Intramural Volleyball 1,25 P.E. Assistant 3g
"Brigadooni' 3, " King and In 4g Red Cross Club I,
RICK WALLS-Student Council lg Boys Ensemble 2-3g
Concert Choir 4, Freshman Basketballg Intramural Bas-
ketball 2-4g LANCER Representative Ig i'King and II' 4g
Archery Club 25 jA 4.
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O KAREN 1,1-:E WALTON-student Council Alternate 4g
Treble-Aires 3,-ig FNA 3,4g Red Cross Representative 3,-1.
MICHAEL N. WAMPLER
LINDA ANN WASHBURN-Intramural Volleyball Ig
Knights' Klub Ig JA
SANDRA WATJEN-National Honor Society 43 Student
Council Alternate 2, Talent Show 4, AFS Student Com-
mittee 41 FTA I-4, Vice-president 3, President 4g FNA 4.
.CHARLES RAYMOND WATKINS-Reserve Track 2-41
Intramural Basketball I-4, JA 3.
CLIFFONDA YYATSON-Intramural Volleyball I-3g
Knights' Klub I,2.
DOUGLAS XVEAVER-Concert Band 41 Marching Band
I-3g Pep Band 3g Intramural Basketball I,2g Talent Show
41 JA 3.4.
O MARTY WEBB-Georgia Military Academy 1-3.
ROBERT C. WEBER-Concert Band 2-4, Marching
Band 2-4g Pep Band 2-4, Freshman Basketballg Freshman
Football, Intramural Basketball Ig Talent Show 4, JA
ROBERT S. VVEBER-Reserve Golf Sq Bowling League
21 Talent Show 41 JA 3,4
MARGO JO VVEDEKIND-Student Council Alternate
21 Knights' Klub I,2g LANCER Representative 1,21
Archery Club 2: i'Merry Christmas, Mr. Baxter" Ig "Okla-
homa" 21 FNA I-45 JA 4.
'JOHN G. WEINHARDT-National Honor Society 3,4,
President 4g Science Seminar 3,41 Concert Band I-43
Marching Band I-4g Pep Band 2-41 Intramural Basket-
ball 3,4g AFS Student Committee, German Club I.
LARRY VVAYNE WEIR
RICK WEISHEIT-Intramural Basketball I-4g Oflice
Messenger 49 LANCER Representative 4.
GLENNA DENISE WEST-Warren Central High School
. GREG WEST-Intramural Basketball 45 Eastmoor High
School, Columbus, Ohio.
DEBORAH SU E VVHEELER-FTA Ig Oflice Messenger 4.
JAMES YV. VVHEELER, JR.-National Honor Society 43
Student Council 3, Senior Colors Committeeg Concert
Band 3,4g Marching Band I-4g Pep Band I-4g Intramural
Basketball 3, LANCER Representative 33 Talent Show 4,
JANET KAY WHEELER
.MARY MARGARET WHITAKER-Scecina Memorial
High School 2.
MICHAEL S. WHITAKER-Reserve Baseball 2,3g Var-
sity 4g Reserve Wrestling 3.
DONNA L. VVHITE-Concert Choir 3,4g Treble-Aires
25 U Brigacloonw 3.
KAY WHITE-National Forensic League 2-4g Safety
Council I,2g Concert Choir 4, Treble-Aires 2,31 "Okla-
homa" 2g Talent Show 3,-lg Debate Team 2,3g FTA Ig JA
lsrizvi-:N R. WHITE-Talent show 4, Art club sg infra-
mural Basketball I.
MARY MARGARET WHITNEY
MYRIAM WHITTLE-Red Cross Club I.
LESTER MICHAEL WICKER-Boys' Ensemble 3, Con-
cert Choir 4, HKing and Il' 4.
.LORRAINE WVICKERS-Treble-Aires 45 Library
Assistant 2,35 Oflice Messenger 2, German Club 4.
IRENE VVILKINS-LANCER Stall 35 JA 45 Chatard
High School l,2.
CINDY L. WILLIAMS-Academlc Assistant 3,45 JA 35
Falls Church High School, Falls Church, Virginia 1,
JANET KAY VVILLIAMS-National Honor Society 45
Concert Choir 45 Treble-Aires 35 Knights' Klub 25 Red
Cross Representative 4, Tri-Hi-Y3,4.
'JAMES WILLIAMS-Marching Band 1,25 Reserve Band
1,25 JA 3.
JOANNE E. VVILLIAMS-Marching Band 3, Treble-
'JOHN S, WILLIAMS-Freshman VVrestIingg Talent
LAURA WILLIAMS-National Thespian Society 3,45
Goldenaires 3,45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Knights' Klub
2, Clinic Assistant 45 LANCER Representative 35 "Okla-
homa" 2g HBrigacloon'I 3, "Hoosier Schoolmasteri' 3,
'LKing and I" 45 JA 3,45 Central Junior High School, Law-
ton, Oklahoma 1.
'MELODY LEE WILLIAMS
MIKE WILLIAMS-Intramural Basketball 3,45 Reserve
Cross Country 1,2, Varsity 45 Reserve Track I,2, Varsity
3,41 Lettermen's Club 4,
'RIC WILLIAMS-Freshman Football, Reserve 2,35
Freshman Wrestling, Reserve Varsity 45 Lettermen's
GEORGE RAY WILSON-Office Messenger 45 Talent
Show 45 German Club 2g'JA 3,4,
I JOAN L. WILSON-National Honor Society :3,4, Treble-
Aires 3,45 Knights' Klub 3, LANCER Representative I,
Art Club 2, Red Cross Club I.
SONDRA WILSON-National Honor Society 3,45 Na-
tional Merit Semi-Hnalist 45 Student Council Alternate
I5 Knights' Klub 15ACCOLADE Salesman 4.
. JANIS WING-Student Council 4, Alternate 35 Intramu-
ral Volleyball 1,25 Knights' Klub 25 LANCER Representa-
tive 4, Talent Show 45 AFS Student Committee 3, Span-
ish Club 25 Junior Prom Committee5 JA 3, Bloom Town-
ship High School I.
KATHY LEE WINGATE-Knights' Klub 152, Intramural
Volleyball 1,25 Junior Prom Committeeg JA 3.
RUSELLA JEAN VVININGER-Bowling League 4, Art
Club 35 Spanish Club I.
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ior Constitution Committeeg Student Council 21 Con-
cert Choir 3,41 Treble-Aires 21 "Brigatloon" :31 Girls'
State Alternate1 AFS Student Committee 31 CAA l.
CHRISTOPHER IVILLIAM VVODKIS-Quill and Scroll
3,41 ACCOLADIS Staff 3,41 I,ANCIfR Stat'I3,-I, Photo Edi-
tor News Bureau 3,41 Chess Club 31 Manual High
DON VVOOD-Intramural Basketball-11 ROTC-I.
KATHERINE A. VVOOD-Student Council I,21 Safety
Council 1,21 Talent Show 41 Intramural Volleyball I-31
AFS Student Committee 41 junior Prom Committee.
Q LINDA WORMAN
TERESA ANN VVRICHT-Knightsl Klub l,2..
FRED VVYANT-Cross Country 41 Freshman Foothallg
Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2,41 Freshman Track, Var-
sity 2-41 Lettermen's Club,
VIRGINIA Y. YEE-Art Club l-3, Secretary-Treasurer 21
Inter-club Council 21 'iTbe Mouse that Roaredn 41 IA
CORLISS LYNN YODER-Concert Band 41 Red Cross
Club 1,21 Spanish Club 3,41 'IA 314.
IAN YODER-Oilice Messenger 41 Library Assistant 4:
Franklin Central High School 112.
IEFFERY ZARINC-National Honor Society 3,41 Na-
tional Merit Semi-finalist 41 Science Seminar 41 Quill and
Scroll 41 ACCOLADF Staff 314, Co-editor 41 Ilf jour-
nalism Workshop 41 Concert Band 2-41 Concert Orchestra
41 Marching Band I-4, Drum Major 314: Pep Band 2-41
Intramural Basketball 41 Talent Show Master of Cere-
RICHARD WV. ZIMMICRMAN-Freshman Football, Var-
sity 2-41 Freshman Wrestling, Reserve 2,31 Lettermerrs
Club 3,41 Intramural Basketball 3,4.
LINDA ZINN-Student Council Alternate 41 Concert
Choir 3,41 Treble-Aires 21 Art Club 2-41 "Music Man' I1
uOklahoma" 21 H Brigadoonn 31 U King and II' 4.
MICHAEL ZORNICER-Boy's Ensemble 41 Intramural
Bz1SlC6ttJall I,-lg ROTC-I.
Homecoming is the uKnight
Time" for seniors decorating their
entry in the float competition,
'KIMBERLY YVITSMAN-National Honor Societv 341
National Merit Letter of Commendation VVinner 4,1 Sein-
"Love on a Rooftop" . , . Halftime cere- Tatum, Suzanne Kasler, Karen Sylvester, jody jim and Laura reigned as king and queen ot
monies of the junior Prom featured the in- Fox, Scott Tegarden, jim Overmyer, Ted the event.
troduction of candidates Laura Saillant, Lynn Meek, Denny Southerland, and Chris Harlan.
O JOHN A. BAKER QCHARL1-:S RUSSELL JONES
LARRY BAKER jACKEY jONES
CAIL BOYD-Scecina Memorial High School l-3.
FOREST MONROE BUTCHER
LILLIAN I- CHAVES-AISGIIHI TBCl'lIliC2il High School STEVE MITCHELL-ArsenalTechnicalHigh School l,
1gVevay High School 2.
BARBARA COLE-Knights' Klub 1,
DENNIS jAMES COOK
RONALD B. DAY-Reserve Baseball 2, Varsity 3,4g Fresh
man Basketballg Reserve Football 2, Varsity 3,43 Intra
mural Basketball 2-44 Lettermen's Club 3,4g P.E. Assist-
ROBERTA ANN DSMARSH
RONNIE jAY EATON
THEODORE EDWARDS-Southport High School 1
Greenwood High School 2g Whiteland High School 3.
SPENCER IRVINC, jR,-Freshman Football, Reserve 2.
RANDALL L. MONTGOMERY
jAMES C. MOORE
LYN DA DARLENE RUSSELL
KENNETH NEAL SCOTT, jR.
DEBRA A. SHILLINC
ERIC STANLEY SMITH-IntramuralBasketballfl
ESTHER MARIE STEVVART
NORMAN STONEKINC-Pendleton High School 1
Arsenal Technical High School 2,
DAVID EARL STROTHER-Intramural Basketball l-3.
DARYL ELLENA VVADE
juniors swing with psvchedelie 368g set
Members of the 'known genera-
tion, juniors brightened their activ-
ities with the psychedelic tones of
Knight-teen '68 and colored their
third year with enthusiasm.
They looked ahead to colleges
and careers with the National Merit
Scholarship Test and the PSAT, and
a premiere of the future was observed
on College Night, with an emphasis
on the individual student.
The third year of high school
brought out the confidence of young
adults. juniors realized their dis-
tinction as an "up-tight" class, but
maintained their reverence for tradi-
tion with the junior Nlother's Tea and
the formal prom.
Their rings were their own style,
a swinging Min" statins symbol of
this special class of '69,
Chcmlstrx and adnmud laimguagc courses are thi I Liil l l l l W'ith the aid of junior Handy Belden, junio
jumors In thur thu-gl H if qurlil 5 Nleg XYoods becomes a Ben Davis giant.
Debbie Adkins, Dave Allgood,
joe Allio, Roberta Allison, Ron
Amos, Eric Anderson, Kent An-
ierson, jim Arbuckle, Stan Arm-
Mary Arnt, Nancy Atkinson,
Rhona Atlas, Paul Bailey, Mike
Baker, Ron Baker, Stanley
Baker, David Baldwin, Fred
Don Bane, Mark Banks, Dallas
Barnes, Sharon Batdorf, Michael
Bates, Karen Bauerle, Debbi
Bayne, jim Beall, jane Beard,
Phil Beckwith, jan Behrmann,
Candy Belden, Deann Bell, Sandy
Bellew, Andrew Benoit, john
Benton, john Berry, Steve Betros.
Mike Bigelow, Sheryl Bigelow,
Carol Billen, Susan Bischoff, Ann
Bishop, Beth Bivens, Stephen
Black, Linda Bloodworth, Mi-
Marc Boucher, Michael Boucher,
Mark Bovard, Larry Boyd, Dave
Bradley, Marilyn Bramble, Cindy
Brandt, janie Branham, Steve
Stephanie Bright, Ausma Brik-
manis, Rich Brinkman, David
Brooks, Amy Brown, Debbie
Brown, jama Brown, james
Brown, janet Brown.
Sally Brown, joAnne Bryan.
Don Buchanan, Ronald Buchanan,
Diane Buhr, Steve Bull, Beckie
Bultman, Randy Bultman, Wil-
Pam Burrell, Susan Burton, Terri
Butcher, Bonnie Butler, Darrell
Butler, janet Byers, Linda Cable,
Iudy Cain, Linda Caldwell.
Betty Campbell, Debbie Camp-
Jell, Davetta Camplield, Sheryl
Sapp, Linda Carlton, jim Carter,
Robert Cassell, Cheryl Catt, Mi-
Becky Chaille, Candy Chambers,
Darryl Chambers, Robyn Cham-
iess, Treasa Chapin, Betty Chest-
iut, Bud Christensen, Paul
Fhristenson, Anitra Clark.
erry Cochran, john Cofer, jim
oltey, Cynthia Colby, Sandra
olby, Brenda Cole, Bruce Cole-
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Dan Gobin, Steve Graeher, Ray
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Terry Hall, Becky Halliburton,
joe Hamblin, Nancy Hamilton
Billi Hammond, Brenda Ham
mond, Mark Hammond, Le
Hancock, Sheri Hanes, Caro
Haney, Lynn Harkins.
Ed Harlan, Doug Harmas, Debbj
Harris, Kenneth Harshey, Barl
Hartley, Patty Hartley, Helei
Hathaway, Theresa Hauser
jan Hawkersmith, Kelvin Heady
Kenneth Heady, Dorcas Heck
Michael Henderson, Herber
Henry, LoDella Henry, Marf
Hensel, Michael Henthorn.
Michael Hewitt, Carol Hey, Billy
Hickson, Carolyn Hill, Steve Hill,
Kay Hinds, Bill Hixon, John Hob-
son, Mike Hobson.
Mark Hoecker, Anne Hoggatt,
Carl Hollingsworth, Jennifer
Holly, Michael Holmes, Susan
Horine, Carol Hornbeck, Allan
Howard, David Howell,
Larry Hoerll, Becky Huddleston,
Daniel Huffman, David Huffman,
Gene Hugar, Pam Hungerford,
Richard Hunt, Danny Hutcher-
son, Paul Hutcherson.
Dave Imel, Debbie Ingram, Cary
Irwin, Phil Irwin, Dan Jackson,
Judy Jannusch, Elaine Jarvis,
Leon Jarvis, Robert Jassmann.
Bill Jay, Karen Jeffries, Suzan
Jenkins, Karen Jessup, Arnice
Johnson, Rick Johnson, Sandy
Johnson, Susie Johnson, Beverley
Charlotte Jones, David Jones,
Shirley Jones, Kia Yta Jordan,
Sherry Kantor, Connie Kelley,
Charles Kelly, Rick Kendall, Alan
Robert Kennedy, Russ Kennedy,
Pat Kenrick, Marsha Kersage,
Kevin Kester, Jim Key, Bob King,
lChris King, Lynda King.
Mark Kinnaman, Debbie Kirk,
Jerry Kisselman, Peggy Klein,
Kurt Kleinhelter, Barbara Kleir,
Mark Klippel, Karen Konchinsky,
Jeff Krienik, ldelle Kruss, Steve
Kuhl, Roger Kuhlman.
Elizabeth Laird, Debbie Lake,
Thomas Lammers, Carol Lampe.
Joan Lancello, Cynthia Lane,
Jim Lane, Larry Lannan.
Jan Lannom, Greg Lanum, Bob
Lauth, Alan Law.
"Disguised" in football helmets
and jerseys, four junior girls en-
joy homecoming float competition.
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Mary Linzer, Bill Lipp, Debbie
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Larry Malless, Robert Mansbach,
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Cathey Mayfield, Mark McAlister,
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McCullar, Mickey McMouse,
Coeburn McDaniel, Ginger Mc-
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Trudy McKee, jim 'McKinney,
Pattie McNeely, Betsy McPher-
son, Mike McPherson, April Mc-
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Richard Meschke, Charles Mi-
chael, john Middleton, judy
Mikosz, Stanley Mikosz, David
Milam, Mark Milam, Linda Miles,
Glenda Miller, joyce Miller,
Mark Miller, Sherry Miller, jack
Mitchell, johnetta Mitchell,
Kathy Modica, Emil Molin,
Dave Moody, Don Moore, Ronald
Moore, Scott Moore, Terri Moore,
Lee Morgan, Marilyn Mosier,
Linda Moss, Robert Mott.
Ronnie Muller, Michael Mum-
mey, Steve Murphy, Sue Murphy,
Terry Murphy, Camille Murray,
Gary Muse, Margie Muse, Gene
Linda Neidlinger, Cindy Neil,
Mark Nelsen, Kris Nelson, Nancy
Newhouse, Scott Newkirk, Penny
Nichols, Randy Nickel, Diana
Roland Norris, Cathy O'Brien,
Steve O'Dell, Patricia Ohne,
joe Olah, Deni Oldham, Nancy
Palmer, Thomas Palmer, Hal
Walter Parks, Susan Parsons, Rob
Partenheimer, Bill Patterson,
Rich Paul, joe Paulin, Lucretia
Payne, Becky Pearce, Donald
Patricia Pence, Sandy Perdue, Ric
Pettet, Ron Pettigrew, Debbie
Phelps, john Phillips, Michael
Pierce, William Porter, Sharon
Pam Price, Patty Price, john
Princell, Tom Pritchett, Pattie
Pruitt, Denise Purvis, Larry
Quigley, Becki Rainsberger,
Diana Ramey, Bob Randolph,
Pamela Randolph, Barbara Ran-
kin, Maureen Ray, Carol Raymer,
Cathy Rebic, Harriett Reddie,
Beckie Repphan, Chris Reeder,
Harry Richards, Ron Richeson,
Ronnie Richmond, Bruce Rick-
man, Vickie Roan, jane Roberts,
Beth Robinson, Susan Robling,
Trudy Rogers, Rita Rohrman,
Curt Romeril, Lisandro Roque.
Daniel Ross, Karen Ross, Thomas
Rossell, Mike Russell, Pete
Rusthoven, Lin Sadler.
Earl Sandefur, Debbie Sanders,
Rick Sanders, jim Scanland,
Nancy Scherer, Steve Schmidt.
Vickie Schorn, David Schwantes,
Vivian Schwomeyer, jeff Scott,
Mike Seamon, Sheila Segrest.
Wendy Seidel, Walter Seiler,
Ginger Shadday, Mary Shannon,
Wayne Sharp, john Shaver.
Ron Shaw, jerome Sheely, Lee
Shelton, Patty Shelton, Steve
Short, Edward Simmons.
High-stepping to show tunes,
junior Mark Hoecker performs
during a band halftime.
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Debbie Snyder, Luci Snyder,
Peggy Sorenson, Sue Sorrell,
Paula Spahr, Donna Spilbeler,
Thomas Spoo, Merry Spoolstra,
Michael Stevens, Mona Stott,
Mike Strong, Tom Stroud, Jeanne
Stroude, Pat Stutsman, Susan
Sumter, Nancy Surdi, Jeanne
Nancy Swan, Charles Teschen-
dorf, Mike Tewmey, Ray Thie-
sing, Doug Thompson, Linda
Thompson, William Thompson,
Jean Thorpe, Joan Thorpe.
Kathy Tindall, Cary Tischer,
Cindy Todd, Richard Tom, Les
Tomlinson, Cindy Tranberg, Paul
Troy, Martina Tubbs, Bill Turner.
Sandy Tuxhorn, Terri Twacht-
mann, Steve Tyra, Linda Uberta,
Karen Unger, Ann Epson,
Denise Vance, Michele Vaughan,
Carl Viers, Mary Villarreal, Cor-
don Vogel, Debby VVade, Martin
Wagner, Tim Wallace, Ann VVal-
ler, Debbie Walls, Stephen
Preston Ward, Doug Wasnidge,
Alonzo Watford, Kenneth Wat-
son, Mike Watson, Ralph Weber,
Mary Welch, Denise Wells,
Phil Wesner, Jelaine West,
Richard Whallon, Rusty Whann,
Carol White, Roger Wickers,
Debbie Wiersma, Karen Wilkes,
Bill Willetts, Barbara Williams,
Carl Williams, Steve Williams,
Vickie Williams, Holly willman,
Bill Wilson, David Wilson,
Mary Wilson, Rob Wilson, Regis
Wilson, Ruth Wilson, Vicki Wil-
son, Craig Winn, Lee Winslow,
Mark Wintris, Patty Witthoft.
Greg Wolf, Theresa Wolner,
Meg Woods, Lynn Wools, Jackie
Young, Steve Young, Sue Young,
James Zartman, Terry Zimple-
Tense moments on the basketball floor cause
looks of apprehension on the faces of soph-
omores Nancy Meek and Laura Hoods.
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omores Roberta VanSickle and Pam Denny
in the laboratory courses.
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and trials of the freshman year had
ended. VVith advanced courses, he
was ready for extended research
into the realms of math and sci-
In mathematics courses, he
studied plane and solid geometry,
delving into the angles, the corners,
the degrees, and digressions of
VVith biology, the dissection of
frogs and fish became the key to
understanding the functions of
living things. including in his
library of reference the works of
modern biologists in DNA and
other genetic research, the soph-
omore studied problems in depth.
The second year, for the soph-
omore, was also a year of anticipa-
tion. "UpperclassmanshipH was
only a year away.
The class of '70 had overcome
first year crises, and mastered
Getting the lead on his opponent, sophomore
Cary Ramage dribbles the ball down the floor.
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Debbie Adams, jane Adams,
Linda Adams, Terry Adams,
Vikki Alexakos, Gary Allen,
Kenneth Allen, Linda Allen, Phil
Allen, Darlene Alonzo, Bob Alt-
man, Mike Ammerman, Bill
Anthony, Gregory Arnold, Mary
Kathleen Atkinson, Anita Atz,
Martha Atz, Carol Auch, Susan
Ault, Doug Babb, Candy Bader,
Diana Bailey, janet Bailey.
Christie Baker, Dennis Baker,
Mark Baker, Tony Baldwin,
Frank Barbour, Connie Barlow,
Terry Barnes, Willard Barnett,
john Bascom, john Bauerle,
Trudy Baugh, Anne Beall, Bonnie
Beaman, Lenard Beasley, Mark
Beasley, Steve Bell, Tom Bell.
Roger Bender, Bernie Berry, Val
Bileckyj, Marilyn Bishop, Tomas
Bixbey, Doug Boles, Deborah
Bow, Donald Bowling, Robert
Barbara Boyd, Gayle Boyd, Karen
Boyd, Claude Brammer, Dawn
Brandestein, Charles Brandt,
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Brown, Carolyn M. Brown,
Christine Brown, Dennis Brown,
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Bujarsky, janice Bunning, Tom
Burleson, David Burris, Freddie
Burrus, jerry Burrus.
Debby Bussberg, Diana Butche,
Cathryn Butcher, janet Byers,
Debbie Caldwell, Christine
Campbell, Gary Campbell,
Garrie Carl, Lydia Carney.
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jeannie Carter, Sue Cartwright,
Arinda Carver, Norbert Cassidy,
Charles Cave, William Cherry,
Skip Choate, Stephen Christian,
Debbie Cissna, Cathy Clark,
janet Clark, Diane Clodfelter,
Glenn Clymer, Libby Ann Coch-
ran, Bill Coffey.
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Deborah Collins, Paul Condeiz,
Michael Conners, Carolyn Cook,
Dan Cooper, Phil Corron, Steve
Chris Coulin, Don Counts, Ron
Coutts, Beverly Craig, Lynn
Craig, Terry Cranfill, Malinda
Craycraft, Debbie Creech, Carole
George Crites, Tim Cross, Rick
Crosson, Mike Crouse, Marty
Crump, Michael Crute, Frank
Curry, Gene Damron, Marilynn
Lynn Daugherty, Gary Davidson,
Diane Davis,- David Dawson, jim
DeCamp, Gayle DeHaven, Pam
Denney, Becky Deputy, Paul
Kathy Dickey, Conne Dickson,
Kurt Dietz, Darnell Dixon, Rex
Donohue, Darryl Dougherty,
Randy Drake, Steve Draughon,
Paul Ecklund, jackie Edwards,
Brent Elliot, Kathleen Elmore,
Stephen Eltzroth, Cheryl Eng-
land, Debbie Evans, Howard
Evans, Luncinda Exline.
Mary Fair, Roy Fairbanks, Bill
Favors, Celeste Federle, Debbie
Felkins, Gwen Ferguson, Michael
Ferguson, joe Ferraro, Denise
Kevin Fink, Debbie Fitt, Debbie
Fitzgerald, Paul Flockhart, Wil-
liam Florey, jeffrey Flynn, wil-
liam Fontaine, Gary Ford, Ste-
Dave Frederick, David Freeman,
Charteena Furgason, jim Gaier,
Charles Gamett, Patti Garrett,
Nicholas Garwood, Karen Geddes,
Cheryl Gibson, Sharon Gibson,
Dianne Giesey, Michael Glancy,
Greg Gorogiani, Sherrie Graham,
Nancy Grandlienard, Howard
Graves, Gary Gray.
Kenneth Gray, Norma Green,
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Jackie Herndon, Peggy Herrmann,
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Hutton, Bruce Ikawa, Margie
Ceorgenia Isenhower, Diane
Jackson, Robert Jackson, Eliza-
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Larsh, Clifford Lathrop, Daniel
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rence, Robert Layton, Steve
Leachman, Bill Ledgerwood,
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LeFeber, Jean LeMasters.
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Kathy Lewis, Mike Lewis, Sandy
Likens, Tom Linn, Cynthia Loo-
Beth Loveless, Bruce Lowe,
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janet Lutey, Keith Lyell, Bob
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Vlarilyn Maddux, Charles Madin-
ger, janice Marker, joe Mark-
and, Carol Marquart, Richard
Vlarshall, David Martin, john
Vlassel, Lenny Massingale.
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vlihoko Mathews, Milee Mat-
hews, Debbie Maxon, Craig May,
loger Mayhood, Robert McArty,
viike McComas, Gary McCreary,
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vlcDaniels, Paul McFadden,
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vIcVey, Nancy Meek, Linda
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vlerriman, Marilyn Mesalam,
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Aonica Meyers, Linda Milam,
iichard Miller, Ron Miller,
iusan Miller, Robert Milliser,
vlark Mitchell, Arlene Mithoefer,
Daphne Montgomery, Karen
vlontgomery, Becky Moore, Tony
viorgan, Donna Morris.
flarsha Mulkey, Lee Mynatt, Wil-
.am Neeley, Sherry Newhouse,
'homas Nickels, Toni Nicholson,
.ynn Noe, Sandra Norris, Valerie
?atty O'Brien, Timothy O'Dell,
Ruth Oelschlager, Mike Okey,
:lary Orr, Gregory Owens, Larry
?age, Russell Palma, joAnn
viary Pappas, Steve Park, Cheryle
?arrott, Christine Parsley, David
?arsley, jan Partenheimer, Doris
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john Ricketts, Clifford Rigsbee,
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Cheryl Roberts, Dave Roberts,
Donna Roberts, Teresa Roberts,
Annette Robertson, Stephen Ro-
bertson, Roger Robinson,
Michele Roche, Victoria Roehm,
Barb Rogers, Craig Roller, Lin-
da Rosenquist, Donna Ross, john
Ross, Casey Rotzien, janet Routh.
Kathy Routt, Kathy Royalty,
jean Rumrill, Merle Salford, Bar-
bara Saillant, Marcia Sakrison,
Richard Salazar, Becky Salter,
janis Sappenfield, Dale Sawin,
Debbie Sayles, Scott Schlichting,
Sandy Schloot, Sue Schnarr,
Dave Schneider, janet Schofield,
Douglas Schultz, Sandy Scobee,
Donna Scott, john Scott, Paul
Scott, Brian Schoonmaker, jim
Seamon, Marcy Seybold, Bonita
Darla Shadrick, joAnn Shockley,
Marty Shumate, Bill Shure,
james Siegfried, jon Sipole, Kel-
lv Slocum, Catherine Smith,
Mark Smith, Rebecca Smith,
Shirley Smith, Valerie Smith,
Debbie Smoot, Shelley Smyth,
Tim Snelson, Katie Snyder, Dave
Don Sorrell, David Southgate,
Scott Speigel, Ken Spoom, Cindy
Spradling, Diana Spurlock, Sara-
lyn Stalcup, Barbara Stephenson,
Cathy Stewart, john Stillwell,
Pat Stranahan, Vicki Stuckey,
Karen Sumter, Markus Suther-
lineo, jack Sutton, Edward Syl-
vester, Bill Taylor.
David Taylor, Karen Taylor, Dan
Teater, Mark Teepe, Doug Terry,
Charmaine Teschendorf, joyce
Thompson, Neil Thompson, San-
jim Thrasher, Barbara Tipton,
Marsha Todd, Susan Tonnis, Lar-
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Phil Utigard, Robert Utterback,
Vicki VanDuren, Bobbie Van-
Sickle, Peter Van Spronsen,
Cheryl Varkalis, Evan Vaughan,
William Verrill, Robert Vickens.
Richard Wallsmith, Nancy Vil-
larreal, Patty Villars, Anita Vi-
tolins, Larry Wade, Alan Wagner,
Steve Walden, joyce Walker,
Robert Watkins, Scott Webb,
Linda Webber, Lucy Wells, jim
Wells, Randy Wells, Robert
Wells, Stan Welton, Carl
Steve Werner, Dan Wesner, Dan
West, Rhonda West, Roger West,
jo Weston, Mark Wheeler, Steve
Wheeler, Ken Whisman,
Kathy White, Kim White, Lloyd
White, Terri White, Kate Wich-
ser, Charles Wilhelm, john Wil-
helm, Philip Wilkins, Vicky
Ama Wilkins, Marietta Williams,
Debbie Wilson, Patty Wilson,
james Wimberly, Karen Winters,
Sue Wood, janet Woodruff, Lau-
james Wortman, Darla Worton,
Kevin Yager, Linda Yant, jenny
Yee, jeffrey Young, Rex Zenor,
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Preparing for her four-year slay at Arlington, freshman orientation student Cheryl Cardwell gets a
helping hand with her class scheduling problems from counselor Paul Hutson.
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The new experience of high school
life provided a year of firsts to a class
of 714 freshmen. Preparing to join
the throng of Colden Knights for the
first time, freshmen learned the pro-
cedures and functions of their school.
The unawareness of the active pace
of a growing school dissolved as they
read their first 'iLancer" and listened
to an informative daily bulletin.
The musical tempo of the school
attracted tuneful freshmen to the
first-time experience of achieving
"golden" sounds in hand, orchestra,
Comhating the feelings of loneli-
ness, the class of '71 developed a
sense of belonging to their high
school hy joining in cluhs and activi-
ties and attending athletic events.
The freshmen entered the first-year
courses of English, history, math, and
reading lah, developing their academ-
ic status as Knights. Freshmen joined
into the spirit of the black and gold in
their feeling of a unified class-the
class of 'Tl.
Coach joe Dezelan helps freshman hoys rx
plore the world of physical education.
Kathy Allen, Vickie Altom, john
Anderson, Kathleen Anderson,
Pauletta Mae Anderson, Sherry
Anderson, Paula Angrick, Susan
Atchison, Nancy Bailey,
Pam Bailey, Tom Baldwin, Stan
Bales, Wanda Bales, Denise Ball,
VerGena Banks, Michele Barbec,
Lawrence Barker, Roseanna
Sandra Barnes, Virginia Barnett,
William Barnhart, Susan Baron,
Terry Barth, Linda Bartley,
janey Baskett, jim Bass, Patty
Diane Baxter, Andrea Beasley,
on ' ont Thomas
eavers, at y eeler, Debbie
Bennett, joe Bennett, john Ben-
nett, john Benoit,
Linda Berger, Fred Beriault,
Monica Bernett, Phil Binder,
Mark Bishop, jerry Bivens,
Cherryl Black, james Black, Cary
jeff Boah, Steven Boese, Teresa
Booi, Patricia Boone, Pamela
Booth, Michael Bowman, Nor-
man Brandenstein, Mike Brewer.
Nancy Brewer, Sheryl Brewer,
Lloyd Bridges, David Bridwell,
Ted Brill, Steve Britton, Edwin
Brooks, Deborah Brown, Denny
janis Brown, Rob Brown, Brenda
Browning, Carroll Bruenger,
Bethel Brummett, Carole Bruton,
Devise Bruton, Steven Bryan,
Ardie Bucher, Diane Buenger,
Patricia Bunning, Ricky Burk-
holder, Sheila Burkholder, Shari
Burnett, Vicki Burnett, Brenda
Burp, David Burton.
Charles Butche, Marty Byers,
Tom Byers, Ralph Byron, joan
Camp, Melissa Camp, Sally Capp,
Steve Capps, David Carder.
Cheryl Cardwell, Kathy Caron,
Bill Carr, Donna Carrier, Cathy
Carter, Kris Carter, Linda Car-
ter, Richard Carter, Sandy Cash-
Pam Cassidy, Pat Cassidy, Steve
Cassman, Charles Cavanaugh,
Susan Cavey, Robert Chamness,
Sandy Chapman, Tom Charles-
ton, janice Cherpas,
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james Clark, janet Clark, Nyla
Rebecca Clark, Steven Click,
joanie Cline, Mike Cline, Chris
Coder, jewel Coffman, Pat Con-
der, Diane Cones, Sherry Con-
Carol Conner, Charles Conner-
ley, Clifford Cooney, Vicki Cor-
bett, Rick Cotton, Leroy Couch,
Daniel Coyle, Steve Craig, Don-
Mary Ann Crawford, Dana Craw-
ley, DeAnna Crawley, Cindy
Crisci, Peggy Crisp, Debra
Cronwell, Doryl Croshier, Mark
Crowe, Ronald Curran.
john Daniluck, james Darling,
Melani Darrell, Grant Davis,
Debby Davis, jeff Davis, Ronald
Davis, Tom Davis, William Dav-
Charlotte Davison, Marty Day,
Linda Dean, joyce Deaton, jo-
seph Denlon, Larry Dimick,
Michelle joe Dixon, Donita Don-
ovan, Elizabeth Doran.
William Downey, David Drans-
field, Terry Drinkut, Bill Duclus,
Sara Dunbar, jerry Dunphy, Lar-
ry Dunphy, Barbara Dye, Kim
Gayle Dykeman, julie Eaton,
john Eckel, William Edney, Da-
vid Edmonds, Susan Edwards,
Tom Edwards, Kathryn Egenes,
jerry Eidson, Terri Eldridge,
Donna Eleson, Heidi Embach,
Tony English, Tim Ernest, Ron-
ald Evans, janine Everly, Mark
Michael Famer, Robert Felton,
john Ferguson, Cecelie Field,
Michael Fields, Donald Fillion,
Kenneth Finn, Skip Fisher, Diane
Vici Flack, Debbie Fontaine,
Charlie French, juleen Frisbie,
Kathy Frump, Donna Fuhs, Diane
Fulton, Wayne Fuson, joyce
Sharon Gale, judy Garnett, joy
Garrison, jan Gehris, David
Gerber, David Gide, Sarah
Gilden, Carol Gierke, jerry
Gary Glidden, Barbara Gootee,
Dennis Gordon, Gayle Gordon,
Richard Gordon, Rick Gorsline,
Bob Graeber, Pamela Gratter,
La Donna Green.
Robert Green, Sadie Green, Faye
Grigsby, Steve Grimes, Greg
Hagen, Mike Hagen, Debbie
Haines, Chad Hall, Katie Hall,
Pam Hancock, Robert Hanes,
Stephen Hankins, Christopher
Harbert, Beverly Hardy, Harry
Hargraves, Larry Harlson, Laura
Harmas, Marcia Harp.
Deborah Harrington, Archie Har-
ris, Wanda Harris, Ed Hart, judy
Hartley, Linda Harvey, Linda
C. Harvey, Larry Hatfield, john
Dennis Healy, Peggy Hefley, Tim
Heimroth, Bob Helm, Tyrone
Henry, Linda Hepler, Brad Hev-
ron, Raymond Higgenbottom,
Theresa Hill, Shirli Hillman,
Mary Hinds, Bernard 'Hittle,
Gary Hobson, Richard Hobson,
Howard Holifield, jack Hollings-
worth, Pat Holmes.
William Holsapple, Cynthia Hop-
per, Dan Hornbeck, Larney Horst-
man, Eileen Hoskins, Donald
Howard, Gary Howenstein,
Bruce Hubbard, Carol Huffman,
Carol Hughes, Leonard Hunter,
Carol Huser, George Hutchinson,
Becky Imel, jon Imel, Leslie
Irons, Kathy jackson, Vikki jack-
joe jacobs, Lynn jacobs, james
jansen, Cheryl jennings, Kim-
Karenjohannessen, Debbie john-
son, Debby johnson, Eleen john-
son, Eric johnson,
Eva johnson, Fred johnson, Gary
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and Lori Grana spark school spirit.
Laura johnson, Teresa johnson,
Terry johnson, Willie johnson,
David johnston, Charlane jones,
Donald jones, Larry jones, Nan-
Rickey jones, Steve jones, Nan-
cy jorgensen, Maureen jung,
Glenda justice, Debbie justus,
Candace Kantor, Sandy Kapps.
Karrol Kelley, Patti Kendall,
Vickie Kendall, Michael Kennedy,
Virginia Kennedy, Gary Kestner,
Lolita Kidwell, Clifford King,
Richard King, Richard Kinnaman,
Terry Kinnaman, Inge Kirchner,
Diana Klennert, Bert Klepper,
Tom Knipe, Mary Koers, Steven
Nancy Krachenfels, Don Kraege
Robert Kraucunas, Mike Krienilc
Sheryl Kuhlman, Shelly Lancas
ter, jack Lane, Karen Langley
Don Lanteigne, Bob LaPorte.
Nancy Larkin, Patricia Lee,
Steve Lee, Becky Lceper, There-
sa Le Feber, Rick Legner, David
Lawrence Lenk, Norman Leon-
ard, jan Lesniak, Tod Levitt, je
Lewis, Bonnie Linder, Delbe
Linhart, Elaine Litteral, Mollie
Michael Long, Randy Lowe,
Pamela Loy, Clark Lucas, janet
Lucas, Thomas Lund, jack Main,
Diana Manship, Donna Mantooth
jim Maple, Denise Marietta, johr
Marquart, janet Marr, Barbarz
Martin, Carla Martin, Patty
Martin, Robert Martin, Caro
jon Massey, Rita Massingale
Mona Masters, Cindy Mathews
Donald Mathews, Deborah Mc
Cane, Dena McClain, jelt Mc
Dermott, Linda McDonald.
Mike McDowell, Rena MCC-ee
Robert McGill, Eric Mclntire
julie McIntosh, Howard McPeek
Gary McWhirter, Susan Meara
Robert Mesalam, Steve Meyerf
Kathleen Michael, Cathy Millel
Dennis Miller, Cary Miller, jeal
Miller, Randy Miller, Steve Mil
jack Minton, jelf Mock, Ronald
Muck, joe Mohammed, Paula
Monday, Terry Mfmeymaker,
Martin Moon, Mike Mooneyham,
Shirley Moore, Terry Moore,
Todd Moore, Mark Moran, Pam-
ela Morelock, Harry Moretz,
Dan Morgan, Debbie Morgan,
Henry Morris, Ronald Morris,
Paul Morrison, Steve Morrison,
Nancy Moss, Douglas Mott,
Mary Munch, Jody Murphy, Le-
Peter Murphy, Gloria Myricks,
Cary Nance, Nancy Neal, Pat-
ricia Neely, janet Nicewanger,
Susette Nicholson, Agnes Nickels,
Dona Odom, Joni O,Keefe, Mary
Olsen, Ron Olsen, Linda Osborn,
jay Oswalt, David Outterson,
Steve Overton, Ronnie Padhett,
Wallace Parham, jonathan Park-
er, William Parkhurst, Sandra
Parris, Patricia Parrish, William
Parrish, Lora Parrott, Betty Par-
son, Farrell Patrick.
Larry Patrick, Valerie Paterson,
Patti Pavey, james Payne, Sandra
Peak, Mike Pearcy, Victor Pence,
Shelia Perdue, Janet Perkins.
jeff Peterson, Steve Petro, Mary
Peyton, Carol Phillips, Jerri
Pierson, Kathy Pirtle, Pay Poh-
land, Thomas Pohlock, Ronald
Teresa Pond, julie Pool, Cary
Roxanna Porter, Brad Potter,
Ted Prather, Barbara Propes,
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Melinda Redman, Paul Reifeis,
David Reingardt, Bruce Ren-
nekamp, Stacy Reuter, Shannon
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Betty Riding, Connie Riding,
David Riggs, Valerie Rigsbee,
Carol Riley, Dennis Riley, Ger-
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Sheryl Roche, Richard Rogers,
Robby Rogers, Karen Roller,
Robert Rossetter, Geoffrey Rout,
Steve Rout, Donna Rozzel, judy
Glen Rush, Vicki Russell, Beverly
Ryba, Marsha Sage, Don Sager,
Carolyn Salyer, Stacey Sanders,
Rick Sapp, Paula Sauer.
Sigrid Sauter, Becky Sayre, Mary
Schatz, Robert Schiele, David
Schlichting, Roland Schloot, Gary
Schmidt, Nancy Schoolcraft,
Kris Ann Schuesler, Kurt Schwo-
meyer, Frances Scott, Gary Scott,
Mike Scott, William Scott, Rob-
ing Searcey, David Searles, Deb-
Alice Sermersheim, Frances
Settle, james Sexton, Norman
Shadday, Roxie Shannon, Debbi
Sharp, Steve Sherwood, Stephen
Shierling, Cindy Shipe,
Sandra Shoemaker, Sandra Short-
er, joan Sibley, Marleen Silver,
Sharon Simson, jeanie Sims,
Sharon Sinders, Marilyn Sipole,
Brad Smith, jack Smith, Philip
Smith, Steve Smith, Eddie Sny-
der, Steve Southgate, George
Southworth, Kim Spanle, Patricia
jill Stanley, Susie Stanley,
Mark Stephens, joe Stem,
Diane Stevens, Mark Ste-
vens, Pam Stevens, Tony
Stewart, Fred Stiles.
Mary Stiles, Gene Stilwell, Eddie
Stone, james Stonecipher, Rich-
ard Stoneking, john Stoughton,
Lloyd Stout, joni Strong, Lou
Charles Stuckey, Glenn Swisher,
Mike Sylvester, jeff Syrus, Nata-
lie Tarter, Becky Taylor, Bob
Taylor, Keith Taylor, Sharon Tay-
Susan Taylor, Sally Tegarden,
Valita Teschendorf, Gary Tew-
mey, Cecil Thompson, Cary
Thompson, Madeline Thompson,
Richard Thompson, Sheila
Steve Thompson, Don Thrasher,
judy Tipton, Tom Tischer, Diane
Tolliver, Terri Toole, Bruce Tov-
sky, Wayne Traetow, Sharon
Patti Trattner, joseph Trester,
Cary Troglio, Linda Trotter, Rick
True, Steve Trulock, Sherri
Trump, Pamela Tucker, Richard
Margaret Tumer, Steve Tumer,
Kimberley Updike, Marian Up-
son, Tom Valdez, David Valinetz,
Annice Vance, Loretta Vawter,
Steve Vitz, Mark Voelpel, Phil
Vogelgesang, Rick Wade, Laura
Wagner, Mark Walker, Frank
Wallace, Ray Wallace, Steven
Debra Walter, Larry Walters,
Debbie Walther, Doug Wamser,
Deborah Ware, Donnie Warner,
Susie Wasnidge, Elizabeth VVat-
ford, Stevie Watts.
Karen Weaver, Darleen Weber,
jennie Weber, Brad Weddell,
jane Welsh, Bill West, Richard
Westerfelt, David Weston, Sally
Douglas Wheeler, Steve Wheeler,
Susan Wheeler, Bob White, Carl
White, Craig White, jacquie
White, Lisa Wichser, Lance
Robert Wilkes, Carol Wilkins,
Debby Williams, Dennis Wil-
liams, Holly Williams, Lisa Wil-
liams, Rick Williams, Sue Wil-
liams, Roy Willman.
Frank Wilmoth, Damon Wilson,
Larry Wilson, Susan Wilson,
Philip Woodard, Scott Wood-
worth, Steve Wooten, Robert
Worl, Debora Wright.
Wendy Wright, Thomas Yeagley,
King Yee, Danny Young, Theresa
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A knight for a night dines by candlelight
By journeying to the Round Table.
3030 N. Shadeland 3636 E. 38th St
Ike Fortner, Dave McNelly
Asst. Vice Pres. Asst. Cashier
Your neighborhood banking office
offers a full range of services
College check packages
College education assured loans
Bob Halcum b,
6004 Massachusetts Ave.
Even us plain folk know just the place to go,
For all our hardware needs from pitchforks to grass seed.
jill Guthrie, john Cunningham
4913 N. Pennsylvania
Laura Martinis styles have that classic flair,
For the woman who wants a cosmopolitan air
81 Iohnis Nursery
4525 N. Shadeland Ave.
The freshness of s rin time Howers
Brightens long wintry hours.
Visit Shadeland Flower Shop.
D ana Ault
4138 Norrose Drive
To beautify rooms with that special touch,
Reamer Painters and Decorators do so much
Arlington Flower Shop
l335 N. Arlington Ave.
Promise her anything, but give her flowers from
the Arlington Flower Shop.
Steve, Mark, and Jim Wheeler.
2324 E. 30th Street 924-2603
The key to lighting is at Keystone Lighting Company,
where there is the best quality and the largest variety.
lee Moody Co.
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1840 E. 38th Street
Lee Moody Co. is ready to help you find
That certain house that's on your mind.
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Jake Feld 2 'OC'
Tire Company " "
425 W. New York Street 639-l557
2324 E. 30th Street
Dodd Electric t ps all th t
Simply beccu th th b t
6937 Pendleton Pike
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Merchants National Bank
8. Trust Co.
The Bank for Action
Mrs. Olgesby, Mrs. Welch, Don Flick, Jeff Fording, Kathy Dover, Chuck Hood
6020 E. 46th
J. C. Wilson
3220 Shudelcnd Ave.
Parts of missiles
In this space generation
Are mode at the
J. C. Wilson Corporation.
Bill Ehrich Studio
6101 N. Keystone Aye,
You should be in pictures
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6000 E. 46th Street
It's happening! People are finding
All their needs at Roesch Pharmacy.
6000 E. 46th Street
If you want to fill your treasure chest,
Co to Devington Iewelers, they're the best.
6000 E. 46th Street
john Davis Men's Wear
Takes pride in giving you,
The best in the collegiate look
And a label of quality, too.
Suutherland, jim Over
Devington Shopping Center
The "tuned inn generation turns on
To sounds from Pearsonys Platters,
Colonial Flower Shop
3719 E. 38th Street
The freshness of youth,
And the mood for the hour,
Are expressed in the beaut
y of a flower.
Chris Harlan, Suzanne kasler
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Y0u'll make the scene,
In clothes bright and clean
From American Beauty Cleaners
3750 N. Sherman Drive
Devington Shopping Center
Be rest assured, the best gifts galore
Are found in the gift shop,
Of the Ace Hardware Store,
3507 N. Arlington
Fresh pork or beef Havor,
A taste your tongue will savor,
Is waiting for you at Harold's Barbecue.
Paul Harris t
Devington Shopping Center
You'll he flying high in fashions
That you buy from Paul Harris.
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Selling is the best new and used cars is our motto,
Come to us at Oaklandon Auto.
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Rand a ll M Ove rs Razgzl, M122fsi':r,,a1iL':s:,,",ig,LL
5444 E. 38th St.
Amy Bron n
Bob 81 Dottie's
3790 N. Arlington Ave.
The beauty of romance is always enhanced
With flowers from Bob 81 Dottie's Flower Shop.
Devington Shopping Center
S. S. Kresge Discount
People who shop at Kresge's make no denial
Customers are friends, they wear a Kresge's smile.
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3475 N. Shadeland Ave.
Drive to the sign of the big A
Best food around, so little to pay.
D Ann Bell, Marc Bunch
-1533 N. Keystone Ave,
Dont drive far
For a sports or import car-
See Hoodie Xeil's.
Donna Daiiilliek. Stew Apple
Nleadoxxfs Shopping Center
In an outfit from the Smart Shop at any hour of the day.
Cinderella becomes a princess in each and every way
Karen Sylx ester. judx Spray
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For an olciafushioneci taste xx ith tn modern Hair,
Sealtest lee Cream is heyond compare.
Devington Shopping Center
If vou want to he suave and debonair
Let Wilkersonls Barber Shop trim your hair.
Becky Xlut-Doniiltl, Howiml llnlmli-r
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3723 East 38th Street
Rings and pins
All glitter and gold
Are found at Kirles
VVhere quality is sold.
Little Brown jug
1520 N. Arlington Ave.
Drive to the sign
Of the Little Brown jug
You'll get the best sandwiches
And root beer in a mug,
Tod Xleek, Larry YonBerg, Larrx Xluyvs
Gaye Smith, juni-I Broun
You never outgrow
Your need for milk. . ,
Drink three glasses of milk daily
Head Wrangler Bob Holder serving 31.59
Sirloin Steak Dinners to Rob Smith, Carol
McCormick, Becky Chaille, Dave Caplan.
SIRLOIN PIT '471
3445 N Shodeland
38th Street and Shvrman Drive
Broclfs PIIQIFIIILICQ cutvrs to cw-ry um-'s cure-s
Rm-Hvcting Sl'l'YiL'f'11l1d quality in all thx-ir xx urvs
4424 Allisonville Road
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You can always drink
Coke after Coke after Coke. ..
Food from the Orient.
The favorite of ull time,
' Isfo11mlutLotus burdens.
i A favorite place to dine.
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At Dunners 5 61 10
Where youre not
just u customer-
Yo11'r4-always u friend.
obil Shoe Store
Devington Shopping Center
Noble Knights who really cure
Co to Nohil Shoe Store for footwear.
Bob NN ird Hopi Iuxtt
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Stokely-Van Camp. Inc.
GENERAL OFFICES s 941 NORTH IVIERIDIAN ST. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
1411 N. Capitol Ave.
VVhcn youth departs as you grow old
The years closest to your heart
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FOR YOUNG VIOHEN
PORTER OOLLEOE OFFERS
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5021 E. 38th Street
People on the go
Go to Burger Chef.
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Edrielfs Menps Wear
Looking for clothes that will set you apart?
Co to Edrichls and you've got a head start.
aviclsonls Fur Co.
Glendale Shopping Center
The finest for her
Is a Davidsorfs fur.
3905 N. Washington Blvd.
That "extra touch" In all her portraits has brought
Paula a long way, in making her the tmest
photographers of today.
8. Sales, Inc.
6909 E. 32nd Street
For the best control.
Susan Shumway .
jeff Zaring ....
Cindy Brandt ....
Donna Daniluck ..
Chris Wodtke ..
Mike Fisher .....
jan Cradick ......
Kevin Gillette ..
Kathy Raymont ..
Anitra Clark ..
Lynn Tatum .
. . . . . . . Co-Editor
. . Managing Editor
...... Art Editor
. . .... Photographer
.. Activities Editor
. . . Sports Editor
. . . . . Senior Editor
. . Underclass Editor
.. Advertising Editor
Staff members: Karen Boyd, Cheryl
hecker, jo-Anne Bryan, Becky Bultman,
Susie Burton, Martha Clark, Stephanie
Dodd, Patty Donegan, Debbie Felkins,
Terry Coins, Doug Creeson, Dottie Grif-
fith, Karen jeffries, Fred johnson, Allen
The ACCOLADE staff would like to extend
Miss Mary Benedict .. .. Adviser
Mr. Ralph Clevenger .,..... .. Principal
American Yearbook Company
Mr. Bill VVright .. Yearbook Correspondent
Mr. Pat McKendrick ........ Photographer
Mrs. Bill Ehrich ..... Senior Photographer
Pictures . Underclass Photographers
and to everyone else who has made HKnight-
teenw and Hnineteenn ,68 possible.
Hall, joan Lancello, jan Lannom, Cindy
Loomis, Mary jane Mercier, jan Nesbit,
Mike Pence, Debbie Phelps, Kathy Rawlin-
son, Barbara Schoelkoph, jerry Sheely,
Debbie VVilson, Darla VVorton.
Academic Assistants .,..,.. 151
ACCOLADE ..,. 54-55,122-123
Administration ....... 156-157
Advertising ........., 216-236
American Field Service .. 12-13
Arlingtones ..,...... .... 1 10
Art Department ........ 40-41
Auditorium Technicians .. 60-
Audio-Visual ..., .. 130
Baseball .,...... 76-77,136-137
Basketball ..,,.. 74-75,138-139
Book Club .........,,... 116
Bowling League ,....... 84-35,
Boys' Ensemble .....,.,.. 111
Boys' State ...,,......... 101
Business Department .... 32-33
Cheerleaders .... 90-91,158-149
Future Nurses .
Chess Club .......,...... 116 Future Teachers .... 1:31
"The Christmas Misery' .... 64
Clinic Assistants .,......, 131 C
Coaches ................ 70-71
Concert Band . . . . . . 112-113 CAA ...,..... 84-85,153
Concert Choir ..,.. . . . 114 German Club . , ,,..... 120
Concert Orchestra .. . .., 115 Cirlsi State . . . . . . . . .. 101
Cooks ..,......... . , . 155 Goldenaires 90-91,149
Cross Country . ,... 86-87, Golf ....... . . . 18-79,140-141
144-145 Cymnasts .,....... 84,140-141
Custodians ....... ..,.. 1 54
History Club .,......,..., 118
Debate Team ...,... 50,51,127 Homecoming .........., 14-15
Electronic Club .....,.,.. 130
Engineers ..........,, 154-155
English Department ...... 48-49
Faculty ...........,., 158-163
Football ...,,,,. 80-81,142-1-13
Foreign Language Department
French Club ,.........,.. 120
Freshman Class .....,, 208-215
Future Architects and Draftsman
Home Economics Department
Industrial Arts Department
Intramurals ..,.. 88-89,140-141
Interclub Council ........ 132
1,U. Honors Program ..... 101
junior Class ..,.,,..,. 194-200
junior Classical League 121
'iKing and 1" ,.....,..,. 62-6:3
Knights of History .... 118-119
LANCER ....... 52-53,124-125
LANCER Representatives .. 125
Lettermen's Club .,... .. 152
Marching Band .,.... 112-113
Math Department ....... 44-45
National Forensic League ,. 51,
National Honor Society .. 96,129
National Tbespian Society .. 97,
Office Messengers ........ 133
Physical Education Department
Physical 1-Id. .Assistants .... 150
Queens and Kings ,.... 102-103
Quill and Scroll ...,.... 96,123
Quiz Team .. 100
Red Cross Club ..... 132
ROTC ...,,,....,. ..,,
Science Club .......
Science Department .,,,, 42-43
Science Seminar .......... 119
Senior Class .,...,... . 164-193
Abraham, james . ....... 42,158
All, Richard ., .........,.. 158
Anderson, Mrs. Nancy .... 158
Armenoff, Mrs. Margaret .. 158
Bailey, Mrs. Audra ..... 13,158
Bailey, Ralph ......,,.. 28,158
Benedict, Miss Mary .. 35,55,158
Bennett, William ..., 86,87,158
Bess, William ......,..... 158
Bickerton, Mrs. Shirley .... 158
Blase, David ......... ,... 1 58
Blackburn, Sgt. Thomas .... 11,
Bratton, Mrs. Sarah .. 158
Brethauer, Thomas ...,... 158
Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth ..,, 158
Burton, Miss Martha ...... 158
Caldwell, Mrs. Delinda .... 158
Callaway, Elmer ..... 70,81,83,
Chaney, Louis ..,..
Chappell, Ron ...,..,,.., 158
Clark, Mrs. Harriet
Clark, Mrs. Maxine .... 158
Clevenger, Ralph ...,
Clodfelter, Donald ...,,,. 158
Combs, Lyman . .... . ..... 158
Cougill, Mrs. Earlene ..
Cutter, Rollin ...,... 38,70,158
Davies, Will ..,,......... 158
Dehart, Mrs. Geraldine .... 163
Dezelan, joseph .... 39,81,159
Dobbs, Thomas 21,45,71,74,
Donalson, Mrs. Gladys .,.. 159
Draughon, joe ..,........ 159
Edison, Mrs. june
Abel, Steven Lee
Adams, Diana S. .... ...,, 6 ,166
Adams, Steve G. . ,.,.. .
Andrick, Dave Lee .... 166,227
Ansley, janice Ellen 112,129,
Apple, Steve.A. ..,... 13,112,113,
Senior Directory ......,,.. 241
Social Studies Department .. 28-
. . . . . 201-207
Spanish Club ...,. ,..,. 1 21
Student Council ..... 94-95,128
Talent Show . . . . . .
Edson, Miss jane .....,.... 159
Egan, Miss Patricia ....... 159
Ellis, james .,...... 70,72,159
Emery, jerry ....,.....,,. 159
Fair, Owen ,.,,..,,....., 159
Feldman, George 31,100,159
Fellows, William ......,,, 159
Fishback, William ., 24,163,159
Fisher, Billy ........... 45,159
Fitzgerald, Mrs. Alice .,.,, 159
Flannery, Mrs. Martha ,,.. 159
Floren, Mrs. Georgia .. 127,159
Fort, Benjamin .,......... 159
Foster, Eddie ......... 160,159
German, Mrs. jeanne Ann .. 159
Gillette, Mrs. jane . ..... .. 159
Gooch, Mrs. Susan ....... 159
Good, Mrs. Gladysmae .... 159
Goode, Mrs. Emma .... ,
Graub, Mrs, Rowena ....
Graves, Victor ...,....... 159
Green, Everett ....... 159,165
Gywn, Robert . .... 156,158,168
Hannah, james .. 88,159
Hartman, Wallace ........ 159
justice, Mrs. Marie .....
Katsaropoulos, john ...,
Kelley, Mrs. Barbara ....
Kerber, Adolpf .... .. . .
Klinkose, David .......,
Knight, Miss Patricia
Knipfel, Gerald ........
Kraucunas, Carl ....,.,.
Kuntz, William .,.....
Land, Thomas ........
Lostutter, Don .. 71,142,143,161
Maas, Charles . . . . .
Man ka, john ........,,.
Mannan, Donald ........
Maurey, Mrs. Patricia ..
McClary, Robert ......
Merritt, Delmar ........
Maze, Mrs. Sally ....,...
Messick, Miss jane ........ 161
Messinger, Mrs. Hazel ..
Metcalf, Dewaine .. 35,117,161
Heaton, Mrs. jean .... 159,161 Montgomery, Mrs. Zonda .. 56,
Heeke, Bernard ....... 130,160 161
Hessler, Miss Alice ....... 160 Morris, john ........., 28,161
Hindman, Mrs. Margery 160 Mott, Miss Phylis ......... 161
Holmes, john ..... 118,130,160 Muir, Mrs. Rachel ........ 161
Horine, Ralph .... 114,160,177 Murphy, Richard . . . . . . . 161
Howe, Miss Miriam ...... 160
Howell, Elbert ........... 160 N,0
Huffington, Mrs. Clarena 48,
160 Nicewanger, Miss Sue .... 161
Hungerford, Mrs. Betty .... 37, Nieman, Mrs. Elizabeth 161
160 Nowak, Alfred 14,71,81,142,
Hutson, Paul ..... ..... . . 160 162
Oglesby, Richard .... . . . . '162
I Orme, William .... .... 1 62
Owen, Boyd ..,. .... 1 62
jackson, Miss Rita ........ 160
janert, Mrs. Margaret ..... 160 P
jeffery, Robert ........... 160
jeter, Mrs. Marjorie ...... 160 Padou, Miss Louise .. 25,27,162
johannessen, Mrs. Marilyn . 160 Parker, Mrs. Henrietta .... 162
johnson, james ......,, 49,160 Partee, Mrs. Maxine ...,.. 162
jordan, Nicholas .......... 160 Pennington, Sgt. William .. 11,
115,128,129,132,16-5,166,229 Ball, David ..... .... 1 66
Appleby, john B. ......... 166 Barker, Nancy .... .,,.... 1 66
Archer, Lynda R. .. 164,166,222 Barnes, Connie ............ 166
Asher, Patricia A. ...,.. .
Ault, Diana .... 53,112,11
123,124, 125, 129,149, 166,221
Bagan, Howard ........... 166
Baker, john .... . .
Baker, Larry . . . . .
Barnett, james ..... 142,152,166
Barr, Steve .....,.....
Barron, Carole ........ 129,166
Bates, Stephanie .. 110,114,115,
Baugh, Bill .. ,,.. 74.77.134,142,
Treble-Aires . .
Tri-Hi-Y ..., . . .
Portilla, Mrs. Mercedes
Poulimas, Mrs. Ann
Rababa, Yvonne ......
Ritter, Miss Sue Ann
Rogers, Mrs. Margaret .
Rosenberger, Mrs. Sandra
Rowe, Mrs. Margaret ..
Sanders, Mrs. Dorothy .
Schmidt, Mrs. Burdeen .
Schulz, john ..........
Schnilker, Michael ....
Schroedle, Mrs. Margaret .. 162
Simpson, john .........
Smith, Miss Priscilla . . .
Sweetman, Edward ....
Tapscott, Mrs. jane ....
Tegarden, Steve ......,
Terrell, Paul ...... ..
Turner, Robert ......,
Uesseler, Miss joan ....
Urbain, james ........
Vance, john . ....,.... .
Vaughan, Mrs. Beryl
Volk, Henry ...,.....
Waggoner, Charles . . .
Walls, Thomas ...... 163
Way, Mrs. Frances .. 163
Weaver, Miss Clara ........ 163
Welch, Daniel ,....... 137,163
Wells, Mrs. Belgen ..... 95,127,
White, Donald ........... 163
White, Miss Martha ....... 163
Wimmer, Merle ....... 43,163
Whitsman, Forest ....., 29,163
Woodward, Mrs. jean ..
Wyatt, Mrs. Daveda . . . . .
Zetzl, Robert ........
Baxter, Douglas .... . .
Bays, Marlin ....
Beall, Thomas ........
Beetem, Debra ...... 64,129,167
Benge, Douglas 112,113,115,
Bengert, Glenn .... 8,42,60,110,
Bennett, jess .,..,,....... 167
Benton, Marilyn ..,..4..... 167
Bernikowicz, Linda jean ., 149,
Billerman, Deborah ...... 161
Black, Bruce ....
Bole, Leo Rudy ,....,.. .. 161
Boles, Bob ..... 112,114,152,167
Bonney, Dave ...., 110,113,167
Booi, jean ................ 161
Borden, Alan ......... 113,167
Bourne, jill ,,,,,,..... 129,167
Boyd, Gail ..... 120,132,113-3,193
Bradley, Diane , 7
Brandt, Cindy ..
Bratcher, joyce .
Brill, Patricia ,. .
Brolin, jeff ..,,.
Brooks, Carol . . .
Brown, Frank ..
Brown, Penny .,
Ida 1 ,...
Bruton, Sue ..,,
Bucy, Linda .,,,
Burgess, Sunny .
Burton, Steve , , ,
Bush, Nancy . , ,.
Butcher, Forest ,
, ..... 119,167
, ....,.... 167
.. ,.... 168
Cole, Patricia ........ 149,169
Coleman, Robert .,..,, 59,169
Collins, jodeane ....,.... 169
Collins, Nancy ........... 169
Compadre, Felix Diez 12,13,
Conger, Paul ......,,,,... 169
Connerley, William ,..... 193
Conreaux, Mark ....... 13,169
Conwell, Cathy ,,.. ..,, 1 70
Cook, Dennis . ,,,. .... 4 0,193
Cooper, Glenda ....,,. 133,170
Copeland, William ,...... 170
Cotton, john ,...., 112,113,170
Cracraft, Michael .,,..... 170
Crowe, Danny ..... 114,128,170
Cummins, Teresa Lyn . . 150,170
Cunningham, Richard , .... 170
Cunningham, Ron ,..,..... 170
Curl, Susan 97,100,121,129,
Curtis, Debby ........ 110,170
Daines, Ruth ..,,.. 121,133,170
Dame, john ........,,...., 170
Daniluck, Donna ..,.... 54,122,
Darrell, Alana , 114,l29,149,170
Darrenkamp, Kerry . 1 . 130,170
Daub, Lloyd .........,... 193
Davidson, Dorothy .,,,.... 170
Davis, Linda Sue ..... 125,170
Day, Debbie Ann . . . .,... 170
Day, Deborah ,.,...., ..... 1 70
Day, Ron ..,......... 152,193
Dean, Thomas . 112,113,150,170
Deardorff, Robert ., 111,119,128,
Cameron, Deloris ,
Caplan, Dave ......
, ....., 168
Carender, Hope ,.......,, 168
Carr, Carl .,......,,,. 113,168
Carr, james .....,.. 22,123,l24,
Carter, jan ..,.... 114,153,168
Carter, Linda .......... 112,168
Carter, Pamela ........... 168
Cartwright, Theresa . . .
Cates, Virginia , ....,,.,.. 168
Causev, Debra . 112,149,168,216
Chaves, Lillian .,......... 193
Cheatham, Mike ......
Childress, Cynthia ,,,,,... 168
Childs, Paula .,,,. ,. , 169
Choate, Brenda . , . . , , 169
Cicenas, jean ....., , 169
Cissna, Darlene ,.......... 169
Clark, Melinda .... 112,141,169
Clift, jane ..,......,,,.... 169
Clodfelter, Darrel ..,... 116,169
Clore, Cheryl ..... . . . 169
Coates, jayne .,.,,,...... 169
Cobb, Patricia ,. ,,.,,... 169
Colbert, john .. 92,112,113,115,
Colby, Deborah ...,.,..... 193
Cole, Barbara ,...
Cole, David ..,..
DeLisle, Dawn ., 3,104,l12,1-19,
Demaree, William ,,.,..,, 170
DeMarsh, Roberta ........ 170
Denman, Sandra .
DeRo1f, Phillip .
DeWitte, james . .
Dickison, Debra .
Dixon, Stephanie ,
Doss, Robert ,....
Dover, Kathy ,...
Drummins, jim ..
Duncan, Robert .
Dunn, Margaret ,.
Durham, Daryl ....
Edging, Steve ,.....
English, Diana . . ,
Epply, Sandra , . .
Esteb, Dan ...,.,,
Estep, Marianne ..
Eubanks, Wanda ,
Everman, Doug ..
. .... 37,171
Faulkner, Sand ra ,.,.
Fenske, George ..,.....,. 172
Ferguson, Anna ..,.....,.. 172
Fessler, Paula ..... 114,115,172
Fields, Ronald ...,.....,. 172
Pifer, Dianna ,...,,....... 172
Fisher, Michael ,,.. 52,101,124,
Fisher, Vicki ............
Fisse, Mike .....
Flick, Donald . ..
Fodora, james ........ 172
Ford, Randy ...........,.. 172
Fording, jeflery 128,132,142,
Foreman, Tina ,........... 172
Fosnight, David ,.,..., 165,172
Fox, joan Marie ..., 91,128,149,
Freeberg, Paul .,.... ..., 1 73
Freeman, Catherine . 1 , . . . 173
Freije, Rebecca .........., 173
French, Vicky ...,,....... 173
Friend, Linda 8,112,129,132,
Fulmer, Evan ....,.,. 121,173
Furnish, Elaine .... 173
Gammon, Vicky ..
Gants, Valerie ...,
Gastineau, Linda ,... ..,.. 1 13
Geddes, Robert ..
Geier, Debby . . .
Gentry, jane ....
Gillespie, Linda . .
. . .. 173
Godby, Roberta Malena ,,.. 173
Goetz, Kerry ....,......... 113
Goins, Terry ,..... ..,,
Gootee, james Douglas . 30,126,
Gordon, Larry ,.... ,..... 1 73
Grabham, Robert ....... 45,129,
Gray, Karen ..,,.....,..... 173
Greenwood, Stuart ........ 173
Grider, Linda .... 173
Griflin, Linda .,.,.... 173
Griffin, Sherry ,.........., 173
Griflith, Dorothy .. 122,123,129,
Grisell, Sue ..,.. 19,29,114,174,
Groce, Betty , . . .... . . 174
Grow, jay ...... ..,, 1 50,174
Gutherie, jill ...,.,. 58,174,221
Haag, Carolyn ......,...... 174
Habeney, Loren , , ,
Hagemier, Fred . . .
Hafner, Donna ..
Halas, Pete ........,...... 193
Halcomb, Robert 16,132,142,
Hale, Harry ..,,,,........ 174
Hall, Allen ....,...,,. 122,174
Hall, Peggy .........,,,... 174
Hallanger, john .,..... 129,174
Hammond, judy ,,,,,.,... 174
Hansen, Glenda 121,129,132,
Harlan, Chris ..,,,. 88,174,224
Harriman, Dale ...... 174
Hartman, Paul .,,,....
Harts, Virginia ........
Harvey, Carl ,,,.
Heady, john ...,
Herald, Sandra ,...
Hearn, Sherrie ,. ,
Heckman, Sue , , .
Heitz, Barbara . . . 96,112,129,149,
Held, Christine ..........
Henley, William .,,. ...
Herndon, Lucy ....
Herrell, Donald ..,.....,.
Hess, Annie .......... 153,175
Hess, Cary ........ ,,.... 1 70
Hesse, Elmer 35,117,119,129,
Hevron, Robert . 114,142,152,175
Hey, Betty ....,........... 175
Hicks, Debbie . . . 96,1 l2,129,132,
Hill, Linda Christine ...,.. 175
Hill, Rosa .......
Hines, Debbie .,..
Hines, Linda ....
Hogue, Mark ...,
Hood, Chuck ....
Hoskins, Mark ,. .
.. ,,.. 175
Hostetler, Steve ...,.... 53,176
Hovarter, Karen .... 26,113,176
Howe, Vicky Lynn .,.. 112,176
Howery, Larry .........,, 176
Hoyo, Marta ....
Hubler, Howard .
Hull, Kristi ,.,...
lkawa, jayne .. 112,114,115,129,
Ishida, Sashi .....
jackson, Thomas .
jacobs, joAnn .....
, ......, 193
jansen, Lynn ..... l7,20,128,129,
jarchow, Marla .......... 176
jefferies, Cheryl .
jensen, Mary Arlene .... 43,133,
johansson, Britt 12,116,120,
johnson, Gloria ...,,,,... 116
johnson, jeanne . .. 115,122,I32,
johnson, Karen ..,. 21,100,112,
johnson, Rebecca .. 12,112,115,
johnson, Robert .......... 177
johnson, Susan .....
Susan R. ..,.. 133,177
johnson, Thomas .. 100,119,129,
johnson, Tommie ......, 177
jones, Andrew Stephen . 131,177
jones, Catherine ....... 33,177
jones, Corene ........ 129,177
jones, jackey ............. 193
jones, john .. 72,146,152,171,177
jones, Marc ,,.,, 20,52,123,124,
jones, Terry ...... ..... 1 77
jones, Virginia .,.... 177
justus, Randy ,,. ... 177,216
Kaiser, john ... ,.. 177
Kaiser, joseph . , , ..... 193
Kaiser, Michael ....... 126,177
r, Katherine ......., 177
Lowry, Tony . . , .... 179
Lynch, joyce .... .... 1 79
MacDonald, Becky . 149,179,230
MacPherson, Gary ....... 179
Manning, Lonnie ...,...... 180
Markland, Nancy Carol ...., 180
Marsh, Gloria Anne ,. . 128,129,
Marshall, Cathy ...,..,... 180
Martin, Carol ........,,.,. 180
Martin, Elva ,,.... 133,180,235
Martin, Sharon ..,.,...... 180
Martyniak, jim .....,...... 180
Martz, Steve Douglas ,.,... 180
Mason, Linda ,.......,... 180
Nethery, Shelly .... 112,149,182
Newenschwander, Cynthia . 182
Newby, Tom ............. 182
Newkirk, Doris jane ..,.... 182
Newman, Bonnie Sue.. 114,182
Nicholas, Marsha .... .... 1 82
Nickerson, Debbie ........ 182
Niles, Charles ......... 20,183
Niss, Nancy .,,,.,....,,,, 183
Nixon, Dave 115,119,129,183
Noble, Melanie .....,..... 183
Norris, Barbara ....... 133,183
Nostrand, Carolyn . . . .... 183
Risser, judy ....... .
Roberts, Charlotte ......
Roberts, Diana .......,
Roberts, Karen ..... 52,112,123,
Rogers, Terry . . . .
Rose, Dorothy '......
Rosemeyer, Sandra ....
Roth, Roger ,,,...
Roth, Terry ,...., 1
Rush, Kathy '.....,
Russell, Charlotte . . .
Russell, john ......
Russell, Lynda ....
Russell, Terry ..
Ryback, Margo . . .
Kappus, Debbie ......,... 177
Kasler, Suzanne .,,,. 91,128,149,
Katzman, Al ,,.. 44,129,142,146,
Keithley, lV1ilKe ...... 114,178
Keller, Vincent , ......... 178
Kelley, Kevin .... 82,93,114,129,
Kendall, Richard .......,., 178
Kennedy, Charles 52,95,123,
Kennedy, Thomas .,...,., 178
Kennedy, Maureen .... 133,178
Kennedy, Mona Lisa ........ 178
Kepner, Louis Greg .... . . . 178
Massel, Diane ............ 180
Massena, Nancy ,,......... 180
O'Del1, Marilyn ,.,, .... 1 83
O'De1l, Patti ..., ..,,, 1 83
Oswalt, Sharon .....,, 129,183
Ott, john ,..........,,,... 183
Mathews, Candace , 129,151,180
Mayes, Larry ,..,.,.,,. 180,230
Mayfield, Curt ...,....,.. 180
Mayhood, Tommy joe. . 111,180
McClain, john ..,...., 113,180
McCormick, Wilma ........ 180
McCoy, Rebecca .,,,...... 180
McCoy, Vicki ........, 133,180
McCreery, Debbie ........ 180
McDonough, Marilyn ...... 180
McDowell, Pamela ..,,.... 180
McEowen, Michael .,.. 129,180
McKee, janet .......
McKer1ie, Cynthia ........ 180
McLerran, David .......... 180
McMillan, Donald . 1
Otterbein, Sharon .,.. ,...,, 1 83
Overmeyer, jim . 53,124,183,223
Overton, Rita ...,,.... 183,232
Painter, Dave ...,,,,...... 183
Parker, Gary .,..,.... 130,183
Parker, Warren .......,.. 193
Patton, Carol 30,101,120,129,
Ryza, Pete ......
Safford, Marion ...., 27,129,185
Sage, Diane ,,........,,.., 185
Saillant, Laura ...,,,. 16,27,112,
Sawyer, Barry ,.......,
Sawyer, janis ,,.. ,,,,..
Schoelkopf, Barbara ..,.
Scholield, Bill .... 1l2,1l3,115,
Kern, Daniel ....... .. 178
Kern, jo Ann ...... ... 178
Key, Dianne ,.. ... 178
King, Pam , ..... .. 178
Kingery, Nancy ... ... 178
Kinnaman, Tim .. 178
Kirby, Twanda ...,. .. 178
Kleinhelter, Kandi ........ 178
Knight, Paula ...,.....,.. 178
Kouwe, Donna .... 110,113,114,
Kratz, Ann ..... 52,123,124,125,
Lackey, Sharon ........... 179
Lacy, Steve ,.,,..,......,, 179
Lacy, Susan ....... 120,132,179
Lambert, Elaine .,..,..... 179
Langan, Owen ........ 179,220
Lanning, Mitchell .. 88,142,193
Lappas, john .. 20,129,132,l52,
Lawrence, Fred E. ,,,,.... 179
Leatherman, Ray Thomas .. 179
Lee, Barbara Ann ,,,,..,,, 179
Lee, David G. ............ 179
Lee, Margaret ,,,., . . . 179
Lee, Roxanna ..........,... 179
Lee, Sandra Wanetta .... 32,179
Levitt, Hope .... 50,97,126,127,
Lewallen, Bruce Edward 179
Lewellyn, Ronald Earl .... 179
Light, jennifer Gayle .. 115,179
Linville, Lillie M. .....,... 179
Little, Frank .,.......... 193
Livengood, joyce Kay . 114,179
Lloyd, Kenneth Allen ...,., 179
Lockridge, Linda Sue ..,... 179
Loman, Karen ., 22,113,128,132,
Long, Linda .,..,..... 129,179
Lostutter, janice Ruth .... 179
McWhirter, Karen ,..... .. 181
Mears, julia ............... 181
Meek, Ted .... , 125,129,142,152,
Meranda, Susan ...,,., 112,181
Mercier, Mary jane .. 54,58,123,
Perkinson, Dave . , . .,.. 183
Persons, Carol . . . ,... 183
Peterson, Vicki . . . ...... 183
Petry, Charles . . . . . , 129,183
Phelps, Belinda ....,..... 183
Phillips jerilyn 114,120,129,
Phillips, Karen . ,..,... 183
Phillips, Marion .... 183
Phillips, Nathan .,,. .... 1 83
Phillips, Paul .... .... 1 83
Pierce, Ron ,.,. ..,, 1 83
Pike, jackie ,,.. .... 1 83
Ping, Brant .,.. .,.... 1 84
Pond, Larry ,.... 113,184
Pontious, Marcia ....,.,.., 184
Schoonmaker, Mike . .. 119,129,
Schutlz, Phillip .... 186
Scott, Kenneth ,,. ... 193
Scott, Steve .... ...,. 1 86
Seaman, Sharyn . . . . . . 162,186
Searcey, Linda .... . . . 186
Sears, jim ,,........ ... 186
Seibert, Gerhard .... . . . 186
Sexton, Marilyn .. .... 186
Shadday, Carroll ......... 186
Shank, Terrence ....... 116,186
Sheehan, Kathy . . . .... 32,186
Sheperd, Gay .. .,...,.. 186
Shilling, Debra ..
Mihay, Mary ....,..,..... 181
Miles, Pat ,,... ..,. 1 22,181
Miller, Kirk ... ...
Miller, Linda ...,,
Price, jim ,...
Miller, Steve ....,........ 181
Mitchell, Elizabeth ........ 181
Mitchell, Steve ...... .... 1 93
Moll, jackie Ann ........,. 181
Montgomery, Randall ,..... 193
Montgomery, Rebecca ...... 181
Moore, David .......,.,,,. 150
Moore, james ,,,,... .... 1 93
Morelock, LaDonna .....,.. 181
Morgan, jim ..,..... .... 1 93
Morris, Helen ...... . 181
Mosier, Frank , .....,. 150,181
Moulder, Pamela ..... 129,181
Moyer, Nancy , ..... ...... 1 81
Mullen, Diane ...... . 181
Murphy, Larry , ....... , 40,182
Murray, Donald 122,125,182
Murray, jack Thomas ,.... 182
Murray, Nancy ...,,...... 182
Murray, Rita ,,,......,.. 182
Muse, Callie ......,...... 182
Musser, Martha .... 90,101,128,
Myers, Paul Louis ,,.,, 182
Nahre, Michael ,...... 193
Nanopoulos, Elainia 129,182
Neff, Susan .,,........... 182
Neil, john .,...,......... 182
Nesbit, janelle .. 23,122,129,182
Price, jonathan Brent .... 21,44,
Pruitt, Robert ...,., 27,119,184
Puller, john Paul .,.,,...., 184
Pulliam, Bruce .... 110,113,114,
Rahm, Linda ...... 58,90,91,125,
Ramage, Mike ...,.,... 150,184
Rancourt, Mark .......... 184
Rawlinson, Kathy ,.... 122,184
Raymont, Kathy , . . 96,122,123,
Rea, Tom ....,. 86, 152, 184,227
Rebic, Mike .,,,,........ 184
Reed, Gary ....,,...,.. 152,184
Reidy, Rich .... 113,119,129,184
Reiter, jeff ......,..... 44,184
Reynolds, Beth ,,,... 94,101,l23,
Reynolds, Mary Lou ,....., 184
Rhodes, Lance 72,80,142,146,
Rice, Steve ........,,.. 22,184
Richey, Paul Daniel ...... 184
Richey, Denise ..,, 132,133,184
Richmond, Rebecca ..,,.,.. 184
Ridpath, jack 49,142,152,184
Rigshee, Steve ........ 114,184
Shorter, Samuel 104,129,142,
Shumway, Susan .... 55,59,122,
Sickert, Cecillia .....,... 186
Simmons, Fred . 17,129,142,152,
Sims, Sharon .. l01,120,129,151,
Singelton, Doug ....., 128,186
Sink, Don , ....... . ,.
Sink, Bill ...,,,. ... 187
Slone, Mike .... 187
Small, Thomas .... 1 . 1 187
Smith, Eric ..... ...,... 1 93
Smith, Libby ....,,.,...,, 187
Smith Rob ......,. 114,187,231
Smith Russell ...... 187
Smith Sue Ann Gayle ,. . 187
Smith Terry Ann ...... 37,187
Smothers, Kathy ..,,..... 187
Snyder, Susan ,.. ... 187
South, john ........ 121,187
Southerland, Denny . 94,123,
Spray, judith ..... 175,187,229
Springer, Lonnette ,....... 187
Stafford, Gary .. 113,l53,187,236
Stallings, Hal ......... 124,187
Stansbury, Patricia .,,, 153,187
Steele, Sandra ...... .,,.. 1 87
Steinhoif, Lola . . . . . . 95,187
Stewart, Esther ..
Stone, Cythia .,..
Stoneking, Norman ....
Vandiver, Phyllis .,...,... 189
Strauss, Teresa ..
Strother, Dave ..
Stuckey, Carol ..
Stuebe. Patricia .
Swift, Virginia ..
Sylvester, Karen .
Tabb, Kay ......
Tatum, Lynn .... 14,5-1,188,231
Taylor, Goodloe Allen ..... 188
Taylor, Mark ..,,, ,,.,. 1 13,188
Taylor, Richard ,,...... .. 188
Taylor, Steve ....,.,,. 150,188
Teater, Dean ,... 22,1-12,188,224
Tegarden, Scott .. 14,77,81,125,
Terhune, Donald ......,,.. 188
Terrell, Mary .. 112,115,129,188
Theyssen, Tony ,,,. 45,129,1-12,
Thompson, Dave . . , , . . 188
Thompson, james ......... 188
Thrall, Lanie .... ........, 1 88
Thurston, Karen . 30,52,123,124,
Tindall, Richard ..
Tipton, jo Ann
Tolbert, Barbara ,.
Tonnis, Andrea . ..
Tranberg, Kathy ..
Trattner, Vic ...., . . . 189
Trefts, Sandra .....,...... 189
Trennepohl, Gregg .,..... 189
Trent, john ,..,,.,....... 189
Truax, Pamela . 11-1,126,132,189
Trump, Roxanna .......,, 189
Tschiren, Nancy , , . , . . . 189
Turner, Carolyn ,..,,..... 189
Turner, Charles ..,,,,.,.., 189
Turner, Glenn . 1-12,146,152,189
Updike, Sherrie ....... 114,189
Valdez, Sue .....,. 112,115,189
Vance, jim ......,,.,. 113,189
Van Duren, Debbie 114,115,
Van Meter, Marsha .... 189,23-1
Vaughan, Mark .... 133,189,223
VonBerg, Larry .,..,. 189,230
Vroman, Steve ,,..
Wade, Daryl .....
Walker, Larry ....
Wallis, Patsy .,..,. 114,128,189
Walls, Linda .... ...... 1 14,189
Walls, Richard ..., 114,189
Walton, Karen . .. ,... 132,190
Wampler, Mike .,........, 190
Ward, Robert ......... 152,233
Washburn, Linda .....,,, 37,190
Watjen, Sandy . 129,132,133,190
Watts, Hugh ,,..
Weaver, Doug ..
Webb, Maurice ,,,,..,,,.. 190
Weber, Bob .....,.
Weber, Robert ..
VVeir, Larry . . . .
VVeisheit, Rick . .
West, Gregory . .
Wheeler, james .,
Wheeler, janet ..
Whetsel, Robert .
Whitaker, Mary .,. ,..
Whitaker, Mike .
White, Donna . .
White, Kay . . .,
Whitehouse, Lee .
Whitney, Mary .... ....,.
VVhittle, M yriam ,
Wicker, Mike ...... 63,114,190
Wilkins, Irene ....
Williams, james .
Williams, jo Anne .... 191
Williams, john ..
Williams, Laura .... 59,113,149,
Williams, Melody ..,...., 191
Williams, Paul Mike . 87,152,191
Williams, Richard .... 146,191
George . ,,,... 133,191
Wilson, joan ...... 129,149,191
Wilson, john .. .,,.,.., 191
Wilson, Marta ..,...,,.... 191
Wilson, Sondra ..... 97,129,191
Wing, janis ..,,..,.,.,,.. 191
Wingate, Kathy .......... 191
Winniger, Russella ....... 191
Wire, Robert .,,,,,.....,. 191
Witsman, Kim .... 114,129,192
Wodtke, Chris ..,.... 124,192
Wood, Donald ....,.... 88,192
Wood, Katherine ...... 192,232
Worman, Linda ,,... 192
Wright, Teresa . . . ...,. 192
Wyant, Fred ... ...,,. 192
Yee, Virginia ..
, . 192,233
Yoder, C0rliss 30,112,121,192
Yoder, janice ........,,.,, 192
Young, Tim ..,....
, ,,... 192
Zaring, jeff .......... 57,59,97,
ZGIS, Paul ...........,.... 192
Zimmerman, Dick .. 42,152,192
Zinn, Linda .,..,,.... 114,192
Zorniger, Michael ...,, 111,192
I ' af
Leaving for june vacation, underelassmen have
taken another step tow ard their senior year.
Vlass exodus beginsg
sehoolps out for seniors
The underclassman and the senior represented a study in contrast
as thc familiar eighth period hell signaled the close of studies. Looking
forward to another year of Knight life. the freshman, sophomore. and
junior welcomed summer yacation as a relief from the academic pres-
sures and a lmreak from the fast-moving social life.
The senior greeted that last hell with a nostalgic smile. After weeks
of anticipating the end of high school days, he suddenly became sen-
timental, exelaiming oyer the last locker inspection. the final ice-cream
sandwich. and the exit of familiar faces. He yy as a little afraid. halancing
on a well-planned yet uncertain future,
After playing the role of the "number one man," he looked to a
summer in the "working world," and his entrance in the fall to a col-
lege where, once again. he would have to hegin as a freshman.
As they left the halls of a lmustling school. the underelassinen and
the seniors represented a year of Knights "on the go," Theirs was a
promising and yet an unwritten future ofthe Knight-teen 168.
Although preceded hy six hooks of Arlington history, the '68 :Xecolade
captures the spirit and enthusiasm of a special year,
Relaxation and retiection on a summer ciay occupy an aftcfrnouii fu
Donna Daniiucls as she recalls her active svninr year.
Thoughti turn to simht summer
fun for seniors md umltrclassmen
as thu t1IltlClPdtt their um N
Looking ahead to even brighter davs, Senior
Randy Britton strides into hir post graduate tu
Vlwllilllgll tht- Ullillll nl' vvviits luis COIIN' to an mid for
tlw Kllljllll-ll'K'Il KGS. tllc' ".Xccoluclt'U stall lmpcs tliut wrt
Imam- llIllUClil'll ll lt-xx ul' tlic mt'mori0s of it year. A
rccorcl ul tlic sliccc-ssvs uml tlic' lhuiliircs. tht- virtorics
Lmcl tht- clvllunls ul tlw iliclivitlllul. tlic' "pXccoluclc" llLlS
l.xlmc-la-cl tliis ycur distinctly Kriiglit-tc-vii '68, It luis ciiclccl.
lmut its cmnplctimi is not il closing. Thai lust pages of
this book mark tlic lu-giiniiiig of ti nt-xx crusuclc. and
Kiligllt-tcm-n '68 luis lmccmm' LlHUlllt'I' lilllt on tht- Kiiiglit
clmin of lilhc.
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