Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1964
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Techites and devoted teachers take their places in the
sun. Automobiles loaded with pupils and faculty
members quiet their motors and mufflers. Like the
children who lived in a shoe, teen-agers, still groggy
with sleep, pour out of the buses at the gates. Slowly
Tech comes alive. Small clusters of pupils discussing
the coming events of the day dot the campus. Others,
like strays from the flock, stand alone frantically
boning for tests or preparing homework they iust
could not find time to do. Gradually the sun looms
more apparent in the sky. The chimes sound . . . 8:07.
Pupils scatter. But some Titans are early birds.
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to school. We heor the mur-
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the sound of shuffling feet,
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Lunch period doubles as a rest period tor some. Students relax outcloors.
Rush, rush, rush . . . tardy slips . . . "the
predicate noun is . . ." "Say, what's for
lunch today? I don't eat till the seventh!"
Roll call . . . football practice tonight . . .
club meeting the tenth . . . page two due
tomorrow . . . when can I do my home-
work? Running around this campus gets
me down! Do you think l'll ever graduate?
Teachers keep students on their toes in class.
Athletes spend tenth-hours practicing.
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Natural scientists collect leaves during and after class
Activities abound at 3:15 p.m.
The close of school-kids of all types
eagerly and anxiously make their way
through the noisy halls to get home to
study and recall the day's work and
fun over the phone. For many, the end
of school is a car filled with kids and
armloads of books. For teachers, it is
chatting, leaving the Arsenal, checking
boxes again. Many feel that school
ends by rushing out of the gates to
meet a friend and stop at the drugstore
for a coke. Others find that taking that
last step or playing that last note as the
marching band ends one of many prac-
tice sessions closes another day at Tech.
For some, watching the janitor make
his way down the quiet, empty corri-
dors, sweeping away litter which ac-
cumulated over a busy day, brings
another day to a close, another hectic
day at Tech. While the end of school
may be all this, those looking back on
a day's activities find that it ends not
only with the ringing of the bell but
with a golden invitation asking one
Tired Titans Leave ech
Studious Techites prepare
for a long weekend.
Techites scoot homeword offer ci day of school.
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Titanic spirit was shown before the Tech-Kokomo game.
Sunset Marks Dciq' End
The Arsenal houses most of Teclrfs top brass, The administration.
An elightened world places ever-increasing demands upon all of us
for more training and educational experience. As the school year comes
to an end, climaxed by the graduation of another outstanding group of
young people, we must think of this as truly a commencement. No
longer can anyone expect even four successful years of high school to
equip him satisfactorily for what he hopes to achieve. The class work,
the study, the activities, and the associations - of which we will often
be reminded as we turn the pages of this yearbook - should offer us
the opportunity to decide upon a goal toward which our aim of achieve-
ment might be directed. But only by continuing efforts of learning can
we hope to attain and keep that degree of achievement we do desire.
Let us not be content with our accomplishments thus far, let us reflect,
then move onward to find our place in the sun.
H. L. Longshore,
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As one ot the vice-principals, Kenneth Puckett
is in charge of finances and buildings and
grounds. Odus Landreth is the vice-principal in
charge ot teacher personnel. For the benefit ot
students going to college, C. Gaylord Allen,
guidance director, administers placement and
college entrance exams. Among his many other
duties he also counsels students who have scho-
lastic problems. lthel Shoemaker, director ot
buildings and grounds, maintains our campus and
buildings as well as the various shops.
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Fred N. Reeder
Ready and willing to accept the re-
sponsibilities of vice principals are three
of Tech's outstanding personalities. Aside
from assisting Acting Principal Howard
Longshore, each has his own duties to per-
form. Warren F. Haas, whose office is lo-
cated in the basement of the Arsenal, con-
ducts the evening school division. He is
less familiar to the day students than
are the other two. A better known per-
sonality to daytime Techites is Fred N.
Reeder, who has the responsibilities of
programming, curriculum planning and
sponsor rooms. Counseling boys is just one
of the duties of Herman T. Hinshaw who
deals with matters of safety and traffic
and school activities.
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An able and efficient administration keeps
Tech running smoothly. Headed by our acting
principal, Howard L. Longshore, a staff of
qualified directors guides the divisions of
campus life. Divisions and their directors are
Charles Dagwell, athletics, Wallace Potter,
special education, Leon Maurer, Diversified
Cooperative Education, G. Kenneth Barr, au-
dio visual, Chelsea Stewart, program'produc-
tion, and Cecil Tresslar, publications. James
Stewart is assistant director of the Tech
Cecil Tresslar and Mrs. Betty Rowland, Assistant
Wallace Potter and Delbert West
Many Titans turn to understanding counselors during
the school year who help them choose courses to reach
their goals. Often these personal guides plan special
employment programs so pupils can attend school and
work part-time. Whether a student has a problem in
school or at home, he knows there is someone interested
in his problems and willing to give needed assistance.
Tech's advisers on personal matters are Ernest Cline
and Floyd Tobrocke, guidance, Kenneth Bayless and
Ernest Medcalte, laoys' counselors, Miss Sharon Parrett,
Mrs. Dorothy Stout, Mrs. Ethel Mclntosh, and Mrs. San-
dra Tharp, girls' counselors.
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William Fields and Chelsea Stewart
Floyd Tobroclce and Ernest Cline
Kenneth Bayless and Ernest Medcalte
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Dean of Girls.
Mrs. Zoearline Davis, Miss Marjorie Lawson, and Miss Ruth Dunmeyer, Social
Teachers socialize before the day begins.
Tech's staff of advisers who superintend the Training
of the student body is like a handbook of information.
These advisers give helpful directions, information and
suggestions. Like pages in a directory, they are always
handy when some troubled Techite needs advice and
guidance. Secretaries, like footnotes in the handbook, aid
our advisers in general correspondence and maintenance
of important records. The student deans are especially
helpful in solving pupil problems.
Miss Norma Rodewald, School Secretary.
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Records-Mrs. Virginia Cauble, Mrs. Hermanda Metzger
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Night School Office Staff-Mrs. Mary Pentecost, Mrs. Mary Hoffman, Mrs. Mildred
Langlotz, Mrs. Eileen Thompson.
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all kept in meticulous order by memloers of Tech's of- f i
fice staff in the Arsenal. These 'Tbehind-the-scenes" ilwffsffiaif, F
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handling schedules and records of more than 3,900 'WJ--'il'Pfl ' "" v"- F e
"ni ht lschool eo le."
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Fir1C1I'1ClC1l OffiC6-MiSS Potriciu Liftell, MVS- Bookstore Staff-Mrs. LaVerne Stewart, Mrs. William Durham,
Fannie Fowler Mrs. Frances Craig. Switchboard-Mrs. Ann Loyal
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OFFICE STAFF-FrontRovv1 Mrs, Gloria Robbins. Row 2: Mrs. Helen Cloud, Mrs. Ruth Berryman, Mrs. Dorothy Armel, Mrs. Edna Ayers, Mrs. Phyllis
Reeves, Miss Kaye Phelps.
Staff Does Varied Work
Mr. E. C. Hamilton, Head Custodian
Sgt. Hecivenridge, Sgt. Martin
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Working to keep Tech in perfect order throughout the
year is our office staff. Office workers aid both students
and administrators. E. C. Hamilton, with 20 years of
service, is our head custodian. With 5O custodians under
him, he sees that our classrooms and grounds are kept
in ideal shape. Miss Louisa Steeg, Tech's ovvn guidance
clerk, helps give specialized and standardized exams.
Order and respect are maintained loy our policemen,
Sgt. Martin and Sgt. Heavenridge.
Miss Louisa Steeg, Guidance Clerk
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LUNCHPOOM STAFF-Front Row: Goldie Duffy, Leota Maud Brown,
Elsie Roberts, Jessie Elliott, Johanna Wilson, Marie Sutton, Florence
Jaus, manager. Row 2: Alice Szteleblak, Janie Webb, Thelma Garner,
Fred Crisler, Mae Starkey, Opal Sterrett, Martha Cook.
The lunchroom staff arrives at 8:15 a.m. to begin
to prepare several thousand lunches needed to feed
hungry students. From the beginning of the fourth hour
to the end of the seventh, these hard-working staffers
tolerate the gossiping and shouting of the pupils while
trying to serve tasty lunches.
The Health Center, better known as the nurses' office,
is a quiet place where Tech-ites can rest when the "sun's
not shining" for them. The nurses have a record of every
student in order to know which students have visited
them. Students with scratched fingers and broken bones
alike are given first aid in the center. The nurses do not
give medicine but call parents to inform them of their
child's illness. These busy women sometimes find time
to operate a dental clinic.
Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, R.N., Mrs. Mildred Johnston, R.N., Miss Blanche
Front Row: Lola Moore, Elsie Sigg, Enid Laing, Angie Clearwater, Audrey
Barrett, Laura Merrill, Christine Still. Row 2: Helen Schroder, Dorothy
Rosemeyer, Gladys Thompson, Irene Steagall, Florence Cameron, Lorene
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Front Row: Rose Stelting, llma Gillaspy, Margaret Garrison, Marie
Russell, Josephine Miller, Genevieve Hagerty, Florence Hynes.
Row 2: Helen Karnes, Martha Yapfe, Susie Post, Sarah Montgomery,
Mae Reever, Lucy Kimmell, Irene Taylor, Laura Wittenbrock, Ethel Pitts,
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Sunshine faIIs on sTucIenT council leaders from Indiana af The Indiana Association of Swdenr CounciI
OUR CHANCE TO SHINE
Extra-curricular and co-curricular activities give
students the chance to "shine" by sharing their
knowledge and talents with their triends outside
class. lt is usually during these meetings betore
and after school that lasting friendships are
formed. The tenth and eleventh hour rehearsals,
meetings, and parties provide enioyment and
entertainment for teachers and pupils alike. The
rehearsals are sometimes tiring and the meetings
boring, but good times make the hard work
Radio Station VVATS celebrities prepare to go on the air.
Student Center is an activities center for members of tive Tech organizations.
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Longshore crown Dorothy Wood and Rene Lewin, queen and
king of the Mardi Gras.
Chris Hammond announces the Dance bands lively shows.
Candidates beam as the royalty is crowned.
Delicious pizza was served at the Mardi Gras.
Fun Cdl-Raising Nloircli Gros
WiTh The coming of ouTumn, foiculfy os well os sTudenTs
look forwdrd To The firsT dnnuol sociol fesTiviTy for oll.
Mcirdi Gros! VdrieTy wos The keynoTe To This yeor's suc-
cessful fomily fun nighT. IT wois o Truly goy holidoy.
Among This yedr's "funsville" booThs were The Service
Club's cider ond doughnuT sTond, The Boys' OcTeTTe's
voudeville shows, ond The SAO Bodrd's "Try Your Luck"
lwin oi fishl booTh. For Those TechiTes looking for d liTTle
more exciTemenT, The ROTC opened The rifle roinge os oi
shooTing gollery. People who wonTed To reldx wiTh o few
Teors, ci liTTle lough, or some Thrilling suspense TroTTed To
STuorT Hdll, where The Dromd-Speech Club gove perform-
dnces of four skiTs.
Bock in The gym, Techoir ond orchesfroi members re-
ioiced over The elecfion of Their condidoiTes for Mr. Boss
Clef ond Miss Treble Clef. Before Mordi Gros, club mem-
bers sloved To mdke Their booThs reoil "money-moikers,"
ond c1fTer The big nighT wos over ond The coins were
counTed, TechiTes were hoppy The Music DepoirTmenT hod
sponsored The huge fund-roising proiecT.
Cider sippin' wos popular OT The Mordi Gros.
Two points? This Techite hopes so. Bill Bolcinder oims To topple 'em.
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BAND-Front Row: James Henderson, pres., Kenneth Beight, Daniel Bacon,
host, Mary Hopping, Deborah Hockenbeamer, Elena Looper, Rebecca
Thompson, James Hardy, David Hawley, Suzanne Wilson, Janice Sheetz,
Jenny Goodnight, Gary Ray, Gordon Caudill, v. pres. Row 2: Jeanne
Forkner, Roger Vitt, Darrell James, Ronald Foster, E. William Bryant,
Richard C. Clark, lrvin Stuart, Carl Todd, Mitchell Leclford, Paul Allen,
Dwight Suggs, Thomas Creasser, Paul McDowell, Eric McQueen, Mike Mc-
Carty, Connie Newman, Wayne Jennings, sgt.-at-arms. Row 3: Sharon
Donahue, Christine Petree, Cheryl Hardyman, Carol Simmons, Luther
Hastings, Jeffrey McAtee, Robert Wade, Donald Brown, William Adams,
Janice Devine, Mary Jo Morgan, Bonita Knorr, Donald Sunman, Eric Fin-
nell, Joseph Harris, Gene Morris, Norman Weeden, Melvin Wright.
Band Booms With Spirit
Donna Seibert, Karess Burnham, Martha Greenwell, Sue Hohnlce.
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The Tech Band is one of The busiesT organizafions on
The campus. During The fooTball season, The band plays
aT all The home games as well as many ouT of Town
games. FrequenT affernoon pracTice sessions are neces-
sary To make Tech's band one of The besT in The ciTy.
ParTicipaTion in The VeTeran's Day and ChrisTmas pa-
rades is also on The band's agenda. Thanksgiving and
ChrisTmas concerTs and school assemblies keep The band
busy during The vvinTer. Spring brings The Yard-Parks
Clean-Up Parade, The band-orchesTra concerT, and The
Federal lnspecTion. Ofher musical groups connecTed wiTh
The band include The dance band, The brass ensemble,
and The pep band, which plays aT The baskeTball games.
ln The fall, The band sold candy in order To raise money
for new uniforms. Their food concession aT The Mardi
Gras also added To funds.
An imporTanT parT of Tech's marching uniT is The ma-
ioreTTes and flag Twirlers. These girls pracfice Their rou-
Tines wiTh The band. Dressed in colorful green and whiTe
ouTfiTs, The maioreTTes and flag Twirlers perform aT games
MAJORETTES-Judy E. Strong, L. Sue Cook, KaThleen
HuTer, head, Victoria Sutton, Mary Lou Hand.
FLAG TWIRLERS-Edna Vest, Karen Safford, Susan Cook, Jeri Brasher, Judy Parrish,
Techs young musicians often provide music at special assemblies.
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STRING ENSEMBLE-Front Row: Susan Johnson, 2nd violin,
Marilyn Miller, piano, Christina Priest, viola. Row 2: William
A. Smith, cello, Raymond Brandes, dir., Peteris Putelis, lst
Musicians Gpen Assemblies
ORCHESTRA-Front Row, Peteris Putelis, Treas., Raymond Englander, co
pres., Carla Leonard, Sheryl Thiesing, lib., Christina Priest, hostess
Dorothy Wood, co-pres., Anne Duthie, lib., William Smith, sgt.-at-arms.
Row 2: Susan Johnson, sec., Diane Westmoreland, Chappell Hayes
Emily Gullion, Charlene Brovvn, Ruth Lagle, Roger Brinkley, Roberta
Croolce, Elaine Chaney, Beverly Vaughn. Row 3: Sondra James, Donna
Hunt, lib., William Bolander, Hans Sigg, Pamela Burch, Margaret
Huber. Row 4: Nancy Boyd, Faith Marshall, Iris Williams, Linda
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MUSIC CLUB-FronT Row: Susan Watts, Patty Michael, Denita Wright,
Linda Kirby, Judith Miller. Row 21 Kendall Meador, Anne Duthie, Mary
Jean Hopping, Diane Comer, Richard S. Orton, sponsor. Row 3: Josephine
Ashley, Roselyn Toliver, Cleo Brasher, Jocelyn Tandy. Row 4: Gerald S.
Music is a viTal parT of Tech life. Beaufiful music is
produced by The concerT orchesfra under The direcTion of
Raymond Brandes. Consisfing of ol members, The orches-
Tra performs aT many school funcfions. The concerT or-
chesTra requires many hours of diligenf pracfice, and The
resulT of Truly sparkling Tones and Tunes is worfh iT.
Rynard, Jocelyn Tandy. Row 5: Sharon Donahue, Susan WaTTs, Susan
Newell, Nancy Johnson, Suzanne Wilson, Rebecca Thompson, James
Henderson, Kenneth Beight, Daniel Bacon, Mary Hopping, Christine
White, Jackie Asher, Carol Oakley, lib. Row 6: Paul Allen, Mitchell
Hendrickson, sgtfatrarms, Jerry R. Robertson, Clarence Pavey, Betty
Abbott, Mary M. May. Row 5. Alfred Lee Cox, Sandy Brown, George
Eads, Gordon Caudill, pres., Ellen Eads.
The Tech Music Club offers young musicians an ex-
cellenf opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe in musical acTiviTies.
Under The sponsorship of Richard OrTon, The club has be-
come an acfive parT of Tech life. A Trip To Clovves Hall is
one proiecf which was underTaken This year. Musically
inclined Techites enjoy The acTiviTies This club offers.
Ledford, Raymond Evans, Bryan Van Gundy, Eric Finnell, Thomas
Creasser, Gordon Caudill. Row 71 Robert Shelby, Jonathan Laswell,
Mary Ann Wonnell.
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TECHOIR-Front Row: Daniel Bacon, L. Sue Cook, Pamela Hunt, sec.,
Rebecca Thompson, Phyllis Rivers, Anne Duthie, Mary Monschein, Van
Butler, co-pres., Miss Dianna Griffith, assistant director, William F. Moon,
director, Ruth Handy, co-pres., Carolyn Forbis, Christina Priest, Leonore
l-lodges, William Smith, Gloria Wilkinson, Kathleen l-luter, Linda Craig.
Row 2: Diane Roberts, Eric Johnson, Kenneth Wells, Melvyn Pfeiffer,
Diane Westmoreland, Diane Comer, Maxine Madritsch, James Lewis,
Charlotte Grebe, Suzanne Wilson, Carolyn Wuster, Rita Crawford, Janice
Britt, Steve Rannage, Bernard Martin, David Abbott, Sue Hottenroth, Tim
Mosier. Row 31 Keith Phemister, James Ford, Sheryl Thiesing, Dorothy
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Wood, Raymond Englander, Susan l-lumbarger, Melvin Hoefling, Rene
Lewin, Mary Jean Hopping, Davra Denham, Rosemary Koelling, Denita
Wright, Nancy Boyd, Kenneth W. Kitts, Charles Rodocker, Jenny Good-
night, Frederick Johnson, Karla Burns, Evelyn Lewin, Steve Belding.
Row A1 Michael Reed, sgt.-at-arms, Victoria Sutton, Jack Morton, Dwight
Suggs, Steve Williams, Glee Looper, John Schowengerdt, Nancy Jones,
hostess, Wayne Gross, John l-labig, treas., John Soltau, Steve Lawrence,
Philip Kunlcel, Joseph Misbach, jr, rep., Spencer Worth, John Robertson,
Gordon Caudill, John Miller, Patricia Todd, Gene Spicer.
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Rivers, Evelyn Lewin, L. Sue Cook, Mary Monschein.
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l-laving a very heavy schedule ThroughouT The school
year, The Techoir is always on The go. The Kickoff Ban-
queT opened The singing group's year, Their firsT per-
formance was aT The sTaTe sTudenT council convenTion.
ChrisTmas Took The choir downTown, where They caroled.
VocalisTs became salesmen as They sold Their own
ChrisTmas record. To welcome spring, The choir gave iTs
annual concerT aT The World War Memorial. Techoir's
BOYS' OCTET-Fred Johnson, Rene Lewin, John Solfau, Sfeve
handclap welcomed many guesTs, and Mr. Moon gave
many pennies To members who had special evenTs To
Boys' OcTeTTe and Girls' Ensemble members were even
busier since They are Techoir members Too. These small
vocal groups performed freauenTly for school and
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Mary Jean Hopping, Nancy Jones, Sheryl Thiesing, Nancy Boyd, Christina Gordon Caudill, Van Butler, Raymond Englander.
Nladriqals Sing A Cappella
Mads march to Student Center for a performance.
Boys' and Girls' Concert Club officers get their heads together to
plan a joint activity during Friday "co-educational" rehearsals.
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DeMunbrun, Edna Vest, Pam Hunt, accompanist, Judith Burns, v. pres.,
Donna Hunt. Row 2: Beverly A. Clark, Carla J. Cooper, Sandra Hargis,
Carolyn Sue Thomason, Nikki-lynne Kennison, Cheryl Marie Jackson,
Joyce C. Clark, Judith Phillips. Row 3: Arlester J. Marshall, Suzanne
An opportunity to participate in several school pro-
grams awaits members of the Boys' and Girls' Concert
Clubs each year. The concert clubs combine their talents
every spring with other Tech music groups and present
an "Enchanted Evening." They sing at city performances
of all girls' and boys' concert groups and have a concert
of their own during the year.
The Madrigal Singers sing a cappella and, according
BOYS' CONCERT CLUB-Front Row: Mike Polson, pres., Robert Wakeland,
Shelby Duncan, Raymond Evans, Ronald Rodocker, Asael Contreras, Edwin
Scahill. Row 2: David DeVine, Larry Biech, Bob Taylor, Bill Newkirk, Ed
Montgomery, Cleo Brasher, Ted Jordan, Mrs. Mildred Moore, accompanist.
Row 3: Jerry J. B. Karr, sec., Donald Guthrie, Steven Leonard, Mark
Kreiger, Linda Evans, Sharyl Schoenewey, pres., Peggy Boswell, Jimi
Sue Parker, Sheree Wade, Beverly Vaughn, Jeannie Forkner. Row 4:
Sharron Herrington, Penny Pickett, Anne Young, Betty Abbott, Frances
Bass, Gloria Trout, sec., Sandra Brown, Janna Wells, Sharon Ann Donahue,
Juanita E. Hirschy.
to the name of their course, Chorus Vlll, are the most ad-
vanced singing group at Tech. Dressed in bright red, the
"Mads" dazzled their audiences with their performances
of fifteenth and sixteenth century songs. They impressed
new Techites with the singing of the traditional "Tech
Hymn" at the freshman orientation programs and
showed others how Tech "shines" in their performances
Scott, Earl Lee, Larry Woodard, Alfred Lee Cox, Kenneth Hughes, Robert
E. Simpson, dir. Row 4: Donald M. Lovell, v. pres., Jim Sykes, lib., Jay C.
Ratliff, Frank Greene, Ronald D. Thurman lll, Tom Beeson, sgt.-at-arms,
Ralph Hodgson, Kent Nay, Roderick Morgan, David Hardy.
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Sandy Baker and Craig Barns reigned over "AuTumn Twilight."
Class represenTaTives are elecTed To The STudenT Affairs
OrganizaTion in The Tall of The year. The SAO has The
Task of governing some of The affairs of The sTudenT
body. BuT iT also has The Tun oT planning and accomplish-
ing many worThwhile proiecTs. Among iTs duTies are The
all-school elecTions of The Jamboree Queen and The
Princess of lighT, Tech's beauTy who was To ride in The
The SAO ExecuTive Board plans The HarvesT Moon Ball.
This year Two of The Board's own members reigned over
The "AuTumn TwilighT" dance. The SAO helps promoTe
sporTsmanship by sponsoring a slogan conTesT and by
placing posTers on bulleTin boards. This acTive group is in
charge aT The spring clean-up campaign and encourages
sTudenTs To keep The campus "shining" ThroughouT The
Bev HoyT posTs a sign To boosT Tech sporfsmanship.
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SAO EXECUTIVE BOARD-Front Row: Pam Hunt, rec. sec., Marcella Risk,
Terrie Chris, Karen Safford, corr. sec., Larry D. Metcalfe, Janice Talbert,
Karla Burns, Mike Polson, Deeann Mathis, Donna Hunt. Row 2: Mrs.
Martha Turpin, sponsor, Sandra Baker, Barbara Spears, Carol Simmons,
JoAnn Brady, Linda Evans, Maxine Madritsch, v. pres., Mary McAree, Mary
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Jean Hopping, Larry Champion, pres., Ellie Smith. Row 3: Jerry B. Karr
Beverly A. Hoyt, Ron Strahl, Rene Lewin, treas., Gloria Trout, Kenneth
Hughes, Craig Borns, sgt.-at-arms. Not shown: Rose Barnett, Gene Jacobs
Gary Kennedy, Bernard Martin, Melody Radziewicz.
SAO Coordinates Activities
What force is behind the all-school activities that run
as smoothly as IBM machines? If it's an all-school event
that is preplanned, publicized, and promoted, the Stu-
dent Affairs Organization is probably sponsoring the
Many of the funds which the SAO obtains by the
Executive Board's booths at the Mardi Gras and through
the sale of many items, which this year included pillovv
"seats" for use at football games and hats and Titan
buttons for the sectional basketball tournament, are used
for receptions. The group began the year by honoring its
roll room representatives and sponsor teachers with a
special after-school reception in Stuart Tovver.
A girls' college tea, boys' college mixer, and annual
"surprise" Valentine tea for teachers found many student
workers from the SAO in attendance. And after the teas
come the dishes! Although messengers in the Student
Center sometimes do the "dirty work," several SAO
Board members claim dishpan hands. Two special meals
are planned by the Board each year: the Christmas
Dinner in honor of members' parents and faculty mem-
bers who aid the SAO, and the May Breakfast, which is
prepared by the underclassmen in honor of the Board's
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Gavel-wielder Larry Champion shows one of the items the SAO sold as a money-making
Karla puts last minute touches on the Open House display.
More Than 1,100 sTudenT council leaders from all over
The sTaTe aTTended The Indiana AssociaTion of STudenT
Councils convenTion aT Tech This October. SAO Board
members prepared Tor This special aTTair Tor nearly a
year and worked on The convenTion almosT exclusively
for a monTh.
The STudenT-FaculTy BaskeTball Game was planned by
The SAO Too. Money earned from This one-aTTernoon af-
Tair was added To The principle oT The Hanson H. Ander-
son Scholarship Fund. The scholarships were given To a
senior boy and a senior girl on Honor Day. Local busi-
nessmen added To The Tund by adverTising in The baskeT-
Leadership was TaughT and demonsTraTed aT The lead-
ership skills workshop given by The Board Tor iTs own
members in The Tall. A candlelighTing ceremony in which
members renewed Their pledge To help improve Tech
was a parT of The workshop.
Hours oT Time were spenT aTTer school by elecTions com-
miTTee members who had The Task of counTing balloTs in
The Board opened The STudenT CenTer Tor parenTs and
all Tech visiTors aT Open House This year. Each of The
clubs which meeTs in The cenTer had a display Telling of
Junior Board members cooperaTed wiTh all of Tech's
iuniors in sponsoring The Junior Prom This spring.
Vice-president Maxine gefs ready for a leadership
skills session. Eledions chairman Ron Strahl spends exTra Time Tallying balloTs in all school vofes
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KEY CLUB-Front Row: Tim Mosier, Dan Bacon, Mike Polson, Wm. James ton, David Denham, Ernie Dallman, Kenneth Hughes, Bill Donovan, Jim
Patterson, Raymond Evans, Tom Campbell, John Kuhn, Bill Thompson, Henderson, David Mattingly, William Wilham, Raymond Englander. Row 4:
Edwin Scahill, Row 21 Roderick Morgan, Peteris Putelis, Steve Belding, Van Butler, Gordon Caudill, Joseph Misbach, Spencer Worth, Wayne
treas, Clifford Chandler, sgt.-at-arms, Craig Borns, Larry Champion, Gross, Bill Conour, John Peterson, Gene Jacobs, Kent Nay, John Schowene
v. pres., Michael A. Weber, Stanley Moss, pres., Rick Detty, sec., Bernard gerdt, Rene Lewin, Ron Strahl.
Martin, Charles Scahill. Row 31 Mohlon W. Carlock, sponsor, Jack Mor-
Keq Club Plans Festivities
Homecoming queen Anita Smith glows after being crowned by Howard
Longshore, acting principal.
Citizenship, scholastic ability, and participation in
extra-curricular activities are some ot the requirements
tor membership in Tech's chapter ot the Key Club Inter-
national. Boys apply tor membership in this Kiwanis
Club-sponsored group. A special proiect of this service
group is the tall homecoming. Members encourage at-
tendance at this event and plan the halt-time ceremonies.
Club members usher at senior convocation and vespers,
they sell refreshments at several school events. The
Turnkey, a turnabout dance, is another ot these service-
minded teens' proiects.
David Mattingly and Bernard Martin show new Techites
around during Freshman Orientation.
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HIGH S C H O OL RED CROSS CLUB-Front Row: D o n n a Hunt, Pam
Hunt, Evelyn Resnick, Petrine Christein, Diane Ressinger, Ruth Hcindy, rec.
sec., Donna Anderson. Row 2: Linda Wooten, Peggy Berchekas, Terrie
Chris, Karen Safford, v. pres., Kathy Moeller, Nikki Kennison, Iris Williams,
Mrs. Barbara Dearing, sponsor. Row 3: Linda Goode, Mary Ann Kenning-
One hundred per cent enrollment in High School Red
Cross started the club's successful year. Members planned
several party boxes, counted enrollment supplies for the
roll rooms, and prepared an international album to be
sent to a foreign country. Several Tech organizations
contributed to the Red Cross overseas chest to be used
for students in a disaster area.
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corr. sec., JoAnn Brady, Janice Talbert. Row 41 Susan Pearson, Betty
Brewer, Jerry J, B. Karr, Gloria Trout, Beverly Hoyt, treas., Penny Pickett,
Tante Masters, Maxine Madritsch, pres.
T Red Cross
After donning blue and white pin-striped Red Cross
uniforms, several girls served a turkey dinner at the No-
vember Marion County Red Cross I-ligh School Board
meeting. Other club members contributed time by placing
Red Cross and United Fund posters in the neighborhood
and by working at the Chapter House. Members helped
with the Valentine Tea and "Bundle Days."
Petrine, Donna, and Gloria seem excited at the prospect of trying on a Red Cross uniform.
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that we might receive the Red Cross Journal.
SERVlCE CLUB-Front Row, Judy Martin, Carol Kidd, Carolyn Phillips,
Marcia Montgomery, Evelyn Resnick, pub. chair., Linda Craig, rec. sec.,
Diane Ressinger, Karol Ponsler, Delores Moralez. Row 2: Lynn Detty,
Mary Pfeiffer, Penny Burnham, Barbara Abbott, Terrie Chris, Linda Wooten,
Carolyn Walker, Valerie Holden, Donna Anderson. Row 3: Karen Biech,
Barbara White, Carole Edwards, Charlene Stinger, Cindy Albertson,
Helen Powell, Linda Wenz, Jocelyn Tandy,
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pres., Joyce Montgomery, Betty Brewer, Jill Horn, corres. sec., Loretta
Backus. Row 5, Mrs. Sandra Tharp, sponsor, Tante Masters, Cindy
Bradley, Sharon Montgomery, Maxine Madritsch, Gloria Trout, Bev Hoyt,
pres., Penny Pickett, Roberta Brooks, Mary Hopping, Betty Bell, Row 6:
Gregory Owens, Wayne Miller, Jerry Karr, Clarence Pavey, Donald Gill,
Alfred Cox, Kenneth Calhoun.
Shield Stands For Service
Members of school service groups, which consist of
volunteer messengers, gate, street, bicycle, and automo-
bile guards, safety patrol, and full-period hall and door
monitors, make up most of the Tech Service Club's
Meeting twice a month in the Student Center, the
members plan and work out ideas in detail for their an-
nual proiects. The club provides workers for the Fresh-
man Orientation Program, who welcome and introduce
Fourteen popular Titans vied for the titles of Miss Merry Christmas and
Mr. Happy New Year at the White Christmas Dance. Front Row: Kathleen
Huter, Ruth Handy, Donna Burnette, Carole Miller, Karla Burns, Evelyn
new students to Tech. Two bountiful Thanksgiving food
baskets were given needy families this year.
The club sold mums to fill the treasury and sponsored
a "Wonderland by Night," the White Christmas Dance,
during the holiday season. To promote efficiency in
school service work, to further good fellowship among
Techites, and to create a better cooperative spirit in the
school are the purposes of the Tech Service Club.
Lewin, L. Sue Cook. Row 2, Rene Lewin, Larry Champion, Tim Mosier,
David Sexson, Richard Detty, John Nell, Gary Kennedy.
Powell, Gregory Cavanaugh, Clyde Tuttle, Bill Wegener.
Meid, Bill Wigley, Kenneth Purvis, Steve Waggoner, David Hawley,
FUTURE NURSES CLUB-Front Row: Donna Wade, Barbara Gilmore, Yvonne
Montague, Carol Gribben, Barbara Abbott, pres., Sharon Hoskins, Cheryl
Fogleman, Bertha Mae McMillin, Daisy Quick, Cheryl L. Villines, Wilma
Louise Watson, Janice Sheetz. Row 2. Brenda Chapman, Suzanne Wilson,
v. pres., Barbara Cheshire, Gertrude 'Parr, Lorraine Snorden, Jolie Pat-
terson, Joyce Swanner, sec.-treas,, Donna Lewis, Marti Church, chaplain,
CHESS CLUB-Front Row: William Hawley, sponsor, Jerry Dorsey, Douglas Fred Bonnett. Row 3, Richard Bacon, John Hawley, Chappie Hayer, Tony
Row 2, Steve Fleener, Steve Dickens, pres., Harold Powell, William Smith.
Members at the Chess Club spend concentration time
determining moves for a pawn or a bishop and examin-
ing the results. Old members teach new members chess
fundamentals and participate in tournaments against
The Future Nurses Club's purpose is to encourage
interest in nursing by informing members of nursing op-
portunities. The "nurses-to-be" sell Christmas holly to
purchase food tor needy families and Easter seals tor
Crossroads Rehabilitation Center.
Three future nurses look
over their monthly publi-
Ines Brewer, Sandy Gaunce, Nedra Lewis, Jane Howard, Mary Lynn
Russell, Blanche Williams, R. N., sponsor. Row 3, Mary McAree, Cannon
representative, Susan Newkirk, scrapbook editor, Diane Pennington, Linda
Wenz, Sandra Swisher, Janice Gaalema, Rosie Lee Allen, Bertha Robinson,
Pamela Glenn, Carol Coapstick, corr. sec., Carolyn Adams.
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Ann Kennington, Elena Margaret Beasley, treas., Fred Dunkman, Stephen Grove, pres., Gloria
Looper, Evelyn Resnick, Richard Buchanan, v. pres., Nikki Kennison, Mary Trout, Jimi Sue Parker.
McAree, sec. Row 2: Virginia Hurt, sponsor, Sherry Sayles, Jeffrey Oliveira,
Language Clubs Keep Busq
The purpose of the Spanish Club and the Junior
Classical League is to create an interest in language out-
side the classroom. The Spanish Club offers an enjoyable
after-school activity by having special programs and by
conducting its meetings in Spanish. Once again this year
SPANISH CLUB-Front Row: Suellen Jackson, Sandra Wilson, Carla L
Leonard, Barbara A. Hamon, Mary Spaulding, Karol Ponsler, Mary Collins,
Sharon Wilson, Linda Kirby, Lillie Mae Cross. Row 2: Suzanne Wilson
Candace Covert, Nedra Lewis, Hattie Marie Williams, Victoria McClung
Charlene Brown, Sharon Wallace, Sondra E. James, treas., Dollie Reese
the club feasted on tasty Mexican food at the Taco House.
Members of the JCL find the age-old Latin language an
interesting topic for research. This year the club planned
a Roman banquet and other festivities based upon the
ancient customs of Rome.
Jim Soltau, Gracie Marie Swift, Gloria Grubbs, sec., Suzanne Kreiger,
Josue Contreras, Mrs. Carolyn Hawkins, sponsor. Row 3: Mary Clark,
pres., Kenneth Nelms, Gregory Owen, Clyde Rosebrock, sgt.-at-arms,
Stephen Williams, John Miller, John S. Springer, Kent Nay, v. pres.,
K. David Kreimer, Linda Gullion, John McAndrews, Beverly Jo Jones.
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FRENCH CLUB-Front Row: Deborah Barnett, Evelyn Mitchell, treas, Bar- Mrs. Mary Bedell, sponsor. Row 3: Larry Hobson, sec., Roderick Morgan
bara Noffke, Jacki Abbett, Lillie Barnett, Becky Laing, Paulette Suggs, Van Butler, Ruth Randolph, Hermoine Miles, v. pres., Emily Gulion
Sharon Calvin, Becky Bender. Row 2: William Lane, Betty Watts, Joyce Sondra James, Kenneth Wells, Charlene Brown, Alice Purvis, Ronnie Hor
Miller, Marilyn Thiry, Kenneth Purvis, Douglas Powell, Arlester Marshall, ton, Richard Clark.
sgt.-at-arms, Jody Howe, Dorothy Swan, Pam Hunt, Clara Frisbie, pres.,
French students who are interested in extra-curricular
activities often ioin the French Club for fun and enioy-
ment. Last summer Van Butler and Clara Frisbie were
chosen to visit France through Indiana University's Honors
Abroad Program and added to the fun of French by speak-
ing the language during club meetings. Most meetings are
conducted in the language so members may learn as they
derive a spirit of fellowship from club meetings.
GERMAN CLUB-Front Row: Rita K. Schowengerdt, pres., Linda Schowen-
gerdt, Kathy Carman, Kathy Weatherford, Christine Petree, Brenda Scho-
wengerdt, Richard Hausz, Jeanette Simmons. Row 21 Mrs. Susanna Under-
wood, sponsor, Peggy Berchekas, Linda Banta, Stephen Waltman, Michael
German Club activities began with a "plant potting
patio porch picnic" at the sponsors home. After potting
nearly two hundred plants, these language enthusiasts
were ready to sell them at the Mardi Gras. Club members
extended the holiday season by having a New Year's
party instead of the traditional December festivities lust so
they could celebrate at the time of year the Germans do.
Rowls, Robert Hirschy, Jack Corpuz, v. pres., Gary Rott, Janet Huebner.
Row 3: Robert Beck, Michael Thomas, Jerry Rott, Ellen Eads, Kenneth
Hilton, Bill Conour, sec.-treas., Mara Strelnieks, Mickey Seulean.
XYZ CLUB-Front Row, David Drexler, Alfred Lee Cox, Jerry J. B. Karr
Thomas Creasser, John Springer, Jack Morton. Row 2: Wayne Miller
Gregory Owens, Mara Strelnieks, treas., Steve Belding, Joyce Montgomery
pres., Eric Waldhaus. Row 3, Jenny Goodnight, corr. sec., Charles Wend
ling, llze Henkels, v. pres., Cleo Brasher, Richard Clark, Robert Brewer,
Randy Randol, sgt.-at-arms, Steve Chestnut. Row 4: Janet Huebner
Math club meetings are never lacking interest as well
as entertainment. Movies, faculty advisors, and even stu-
dent speakers are often at the head of the agenda. The
climax of the year came this May when seniors and
others who had achieved in the field of mathematics
were honored by the club at the annual May Tea.
Gazing at stars and mixing colors are but a few of the
projects of the Chemistry-Physics Club. A telescope
brought out the star-watchers at the Mardi Gras, but the
"highlight" ofthe school year for these scientific-minded
students was a demonstration on color which they pre-
sented at the Hobby Show last fall. After completion of
their work on color, these scientists resumed their study
of the measurement of light.
Making geometrical ornaments was another Math Club proiect.
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Richard Todd, Robert Hoskins, Donald Hockersmith, Astrid Henkels, rec.
sec., Sandra Gounce, Mary Gaunce, Marilyn Thiry. Row 5: Judy Frantz-
reb, Marcia Montgomery, John Armstrong, Shirley Lytle, Charles Lytle,
Mrs, Barbara Polizotto, sponsor, Jody Howe, Susan Watts, Carol Oakley,
CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-Front Row: Larry Allen, sec., Matt Matlik,
treas., Joseph Flores, v. pres., John Springer, pres. Row 2: Allan
Wilkinson, David Coffin, Fred Panhorst, Melvin Barr. Row 3: Gerry
Hendrickson, Donald Lovell, Stephen D. Leonard. Row 4: Ted Burks,
William Tozer, co-sponsor, David Beeson, coesponsor. Row 5, Richard
D. C. E.-Front Row: Donna Catlin, Beverly Pribble, v. pres., Sue Ellen
Evans, sec., Mary Ann Kennington, Linda Newsom, Marilyn Yvonne Loux.
Row 2: Keith Jarvis, Don Bartlett, treas., Steve Schreiber, Lindsey Hahn,
Raymond Owen, William Boyd, Row 3: Kenneth Gearlds, Michael L.
Funke, Ronald V. Jones, James Duricl, Jack Cause, pres., Mark Aaron,
Leon F. Maurer, sponsor.
Pupils Learn, Earn Credit
Keith Jarvis works at Midland Lumber and Supply.
Pupils in D.C.E. spend parts of their days in class.
Leon Maurer heads the Diversified Cooperative Educa-
tion program at Tech. Those qualifying for this worth-
while program have the chance of choosing, preparing
for, and entering the vocation of their choice while still in
school. The best way to determine the proper occupations
is through the students' interests, abilities, and personali-
ties. One period a day is given to DCE classroom work,
and fifteen hours a week are actually spent on the iob.
Sometimes students must start their days early because
the jobs they have chosen require promptness. A good
example is those who work at Community Hospital. Be-
sides local hospitals, these students may be found in
cafeterias, service stations, or body shops. A student may
earn one credit per semester in D. C. E. while he becomes
familiar and experienced in a chosen occupation.
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Senior DAR winner, Mickey Seulean, Freedoms Foundation Represen-
HISTORY CLUB-Front Row, Evelyn Resnick, pres., Mary Lynn Pfeiffer, Susan
Johnson, parl., Dorycea Senour. Row 2: Sandy Gaunce, Sara Porter, Cheryl
Fogleman, Judy Hester, asst. rec. sec. Row 3, Linda Davis, ass't. corr. sec., Donald
Mockersmith, Christine Petree, corr. sec., Kenneth Calhoun, sgt.-at-arms. Row 4:
Paula K. Cline, 3rd v. pres., Alice Purvis, rec. sec., Kenneth Purvis, Anne Stewart.
Row 5, Ilze Henkels, 2nd v. pres., Mary Sue Gaunce, Claude Stuart, Connie
Miller. Row 6: Gregory Owens, lst v. pres., Clementine Barrow, Evelyn Wells,
Ollie Baker. Row 7: Eric Waldhaus, Linda Wenz, Alfred Lee Cox. Row 8, Donald
D. Griffith, treas., Stephen Williams, Duane Blcinkenhorn, sponsor, Kenneth Hilton.
Clubs Prepare F r Future
Although only a year old, the History Club has over
40 members. Relating past history and the news of today
is the goal of the History Club. This group often has
programs with speakers, films, anol slides, they take
John Habig, who showed leadership and an interest in
history represented Tech at the Bellamy Flag Award
ceremonies in Chattanooga, Tennessee, this fall.
Mickey Seulean went on the Freedoms Foundation
Valley Forge pilgrimage as a representative of his grade
school. Tech has won Freedoms Foundation awards every
year since their existence. Miss Jeannette Tobey heads
the Foundation committee.
Ilze Henkels was the recipient of the senior girl's good
citizen Daughters ofthe American Revolution award. Sev-
eral seniors attended Girls' and Boys' states during the
Stamps, an interesting facet of history, seem to intrigue Kenneth Hilton and
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FUTURE PRINTERS' CLUB--Front Row: Dean McClary, Ron- liams, Charles Pittman, Stephen Sowder, James Scalt,
ald Lavely, Alan Snyder, Walter Jackson. Row 2, David R. W. Smith, co-sponsor. Row 4, Claude Stuart, Michael
Allen, Donald McClary, Cleo Brasher, Michael Trent, pres., Lumpkin, Jerry Roth, George Eads.
Ricky Whitt. Row 3: Clyde Armel, sponsor, Robert Wil-
In the spring of 1950 a new club was started at Tech.
During the time of its existence the Future Teachers of
America group has guided many young people into the
teaching profession. Under the leadership of Mrs. Doro-
thy Stout, these prospective teachers participate in many
worthwhile proiects. The FTA meets every Tuesday at
7:30 a.m., and a guest speaker is usually present at
these "sunrise ceremonies." Besides meeting in the
mornings, some of the members are cadet teachers at
Tech or neighboring schools.
Another club which promotes the profession of its
name is the Future Printers Club. lt was formed in order
to help its members learn more about printing. The club's
motto is "Expand Your Knowledge." The FPC visits print-
ing firms to learn new techniques.
Janice Bland grades papers as part of her cadet teaching job.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Front Row, Barbara Gilmore, Kathryn Roselyn Toliver, hist., Carol Jean Worley, Judith Carol Richardson Clenda
Borden, Cary Cox, Deeann Mathis, sec.-treas,, Linda Clark, pres., Evelyn L. Clevenger, Candace Covert. Row 3, Michael Billhymer, Juay Lopas
Resnick, Becky Bender, Sharon Calvin, Diane Childers, v. pres. Row 2: Ellen Eads, Carol Esarey, Janice Lucas, Marilyn Miller, Kathy Fogleson
Diane Ressinger, Cheryl A. Harding, Dianna J. Roberts, Juanita E. Hirschy, Mrs, Dorothy Stout, sponsor.
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ART CLUB-Front Row: Mary Ann Casey, Susan Humbarger. Row 2: Mary Gaunce, Karen Platt, Gloria Lashbrook, Beverly Polvadore. Row 4:
Lorena Phemister, sponsor, Rosie Lee Allen, Betty Ann Howard, Nivian Richard Riegel, Ernest Jones, James Taylor, Nathaniel Blunt, Augustus
Quick, Alberta Anderson, Jill Hansford. Row 3: Phyllis Ellis, Judith Doty, A. Kissee, Michael Thomas, Gregory Owens, Wayne Miller.
A wonderful way to begin a new day is Through
prayer. Members ot the Prayer Circle meet each morning
at eight in the basement of the Arsenal. Through these
devotions, members ot the Prayer Circle teel better
equipped to start their day.
Young artists at Tech have an opportunity to meet
outside class with other people interested in art by at-
tending meetings ot the Art Club. The club takes many
trips to art exhibits, art galleries, and museums. Whether
art is iust a hobby or a prospective occupation tor these
people, they all gain aesthetic values from Art Club
Members of the Prayer Circle meet in the basement ot the Arsenal each morning at eight.
Polly Hollowell and Janice Bland receive admirable
comments about their GAA letter sweaters.
Athletes who earn Their letters
in any sport are eligible for
membership in the Block-T Club.
Boys retain their letters for lite
and are admitted To Tech games
without charge when They wear
Their letter sweaters.
Tournaments highlighted The
year for The Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation. Girls participated in sev-
eral sports throughout The year
and competed in a class volley-
ball Tournament. Bowling en-
thusiasts showed Their skills at
The Fox-Hunt bowling alley near
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LETTERMANS CLUB-Front Row: Elwood Jee, Dennis Wilson, Steve Belding, Chester Humphries, Michael
Avery, Richard Detty, Clifford Chandler, Ralph Wendel. Row 2: James Boone, Dennis Selms, Ernest
Dallman, John Nell, David Kreimer, Daniel ireland, Frank Nichols, Michael Weber, Carl Blue. Row 3:
Eugene Akers, Gary Kennedy, James Bostic, Arthur Sams, Eli Brown, Jon Spadorcia, Lloyd Eldridge,
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G.A.A.-Front Row: Linda Reeves, Donna Johnson, Ruth Pridemore, Janine
Fogleman, Stephanie Armour, Pat Keller, Joyce Williams, Juanita Byers,
Betty Trotter. Row 2: Cindy Duncan, Barbara Cheshire, Brenda Chapman,
Annette Rhim, Kathy Carman, Nancy Johnson, Charlotte Herrington,
Chris White. Row 3: Terrie Chris, Shirley Lytle, Susan Evans, Jean Link,
Inez lsham, Marilyn Lucas, Martha Church, Doris Williams. Row 4: Kathy
Weatherford, Janice Bland, pres., Tana Wiggington, treas., Phyllis New-
kirk, rec. sec., Mickie Anderson, Lana Gerninden, soph. rep., Linda Wooten.
Row 5: Stella Brown, Debbie Moody, Susie Starks, Hallie Williams, Con-
stance Mabry, Charlene Brown, Mildred Gordon. Row 61 Nova Thompson,
Roselyn Toliver, Polly Hollowell, sr. rep., Sharon l-ledderick, Kerry Brinkley,
Rosie Allen, Darlene McGee. Row 71 Carolyn Wuster, Dollie Reese, Yvonne
Bishop, Carol French, Mary Kendrick, Thiel Williams. Row 8: Naioma
Stockton, Katherine Dumes, Penny Pickett, Carol Blount, ir. rep., Miss
Patsy Scott, sponsor.
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OFFlCER'S CLUB-Front Row: Hon. Cadet Captains: Linda Craig, Edellen
Stewart, Ruth Handy. Hon. Cadet 2nd Lts. Donna Black, Eleanor Smith.
Row 2: Hon. Cadet Captain Sandra Baker, Hon. Cadet Lts. JoAnn Brady,
Sharyl Schoeneway, Evelyn Lewin. Row 3: Hon. Cadet 2nd Lt. Chris
Hammond, Hon. Cadet Captain Nancy Atherton, Hon. Cadet Maiors
Charlotte Grebe, Barbara Spears. Row 4: Cadet Captain Robert Strong,
Cadet lst Lts. Robert Marshall, Stephen D. Leonard, Cadet 2nd Lt.
Robert McClain. Row 5: Cadet Maiors William Pracht, Steven Daugh-
erty, Cadet lst Lt. Randy Randol, Cadet 2nd Lt. Kenneth Hughes. Row 6:
Cadet lst Lt. Harold Powell, Cadet Captain James Ford, Cadet Lt.
Col. John Peterson, Cadet M!Sgt Larry Ward. Row 7: Cadet lst Lt.
Officers Show Leadership
RIFLE TEAM-Front Row: Randy Randol, Bill Pracht. Row 2: Hans Sigg,
Harold Powell, Greg Young, Melvin Penick, Larry Ward, John R. Wood.
The Reserve Officers Training Corps, better known on
campus as the ROTC, was established at Tech in l9l9 by
Captain Hardin under the National Defense Act of l9l6.
The ROTC offers excellent opportunities in military train-
ing for all boys. It teaches discipline, the proper use of
guns, and prepares boys for future military duty. The
Reserve Officers Training Corps basically resembles the
United States Army in the regulation uniforms, drills, and
inspections. Many opportunities are offered by the ROTC
department for learning and advancement in rank. ln-
cluded in the ROTC are the color guard, rifle team, drill
team, army instructors, and sponsors. Activities of the
ROTC include drills, parades, inspections, taking part in
assemblies, and the placement of guards for school-
sponsored events. The Tech ROTC has won an honor rat-
ing every year for the past several years at the annual
Federal Inspection held in May. The highlight of the
year for ROTC cadets is the Military Ball, held in the
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Cadets Shine Datri ticailq
INSTRUCTORS-MfSgt. Waldemar E. Mathews, MfSgt. Arthur G. Wilkin-
son, SFC Frederick E. Elliot.
"Colonel" Hewitt measures students tor shirt size.
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DRAMA-SPEECH CLUB-Front Row: SueAnn Brockman, Peggy Sue Hupp,
Kathryn Borden, Clyde Tittle, Dianna Roberts, Teresa Black, Marilyn
Atherton, Dorothy Swan, Jackie S. Asher. Row 2: Robert Maloy, sponsor,
Ronald Rodocker, Clifford Curran, Paula Cline, Nancy Adams, Carol
In the light of self-expression the Drama-Speech Club,
Thespians, Speech and Debate Team contribute greatly to
Tech's place in the sun. From the beginning of the school
year the Drama-Speech Club, under the sponsorship of
Mr. Maloy, is busy at play practices and working on skits
for school assemblies. All students who have appeared in
plays at Tech are eligible for membership in the National
DRAMA-SPEECH CLUB-Front Row: Evelyn Schuller, Jackie Abbott, Clau-
dia Floerke, Rebecca Thompson, Annette Waerner, Kathleen Karol, Roseva
Hughes, Ann Wischmeyer. Row 2: Mary Roberts, Susan Meeks, Carol
Mindach, Kathy O'Neal, Beverly King, Ellen Eads, Hermoine Miles, Janice
Esarey, Linda Thorman, Kathy Fogleson, Mary Lynn Pfeiffer, David Wise.
Row 3: Thomas May, Rick Clark, Marc Thorman, David L. Hunter, Ronald
May, George Eads, Chuck Hendrickson, Andrew Smith, Charles Rodocker.
Thespian Society. The club provides interested students
with a chance to become acquainted with the theatre.
Mrs. May sponsors the Speech and Debate Teams, whose
members are busy bringing home many awards. Some-
thing special this year were the invitational speech meets
held at Tech with Indiana schools participating.
Talbert, Jerry Ballinger, Sheila May, sponsor. Row 3: William Wegener,
Sherman Standiford, Eric Waldhaus, Richard Hight, John Springer, Steve
Williams, pres., Steven lngels, parl., William Slaten, v-pres.: Robert
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Two Thespians practice a scene from "The Man Who Came to Dinner,"
a hilarious satirical play produced in the fall.
The Thanksgiving assembly gave the Thespians another chance to
exemplify their dramatic talent.
THESPIANS-Front Row: Jackie Asher, Evelyn Schueller, Annette Waerner,
Sue Brockman, Rebecca Thompson, Petrine Christein, Teresa Black, Peggy
Hupp, Roseva Hughes. Row 21 Jackie Abbott, David Wise, William
Wegener, Jerry Ballinger, Paula Cline, Linda Thorman, Nancy Adams,
Ellen Eads, Hermione Miles, Susan Meeks, Clifford Curran, Carol Mn
dach, Mary Pfeiffer, Robert Maloy, sponsor. Row 31 Steve In es
Richard Clark, Charles Rodocker, William Smith, David Hunter, Ceorge
Eads, Steve Williams, Ronald May, William Slaten, Richard Hight, Thomas
May, and Sherman Standiford.
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N.F.L.-Front Rovvz Roseva Hughes, Marilyn Atherton, Kathleen Karal, Eads, Susan Meeks, Clifford Curran, Hermione Miles, Steve Leonard, Janice
Dorothy Swan, Teresa Black, Sue Brockman, Annette Waerner, Evelyn Talbert, Rebecca Thompson. Row 3: Tom May, Richard Clark, Marc Thor-
Schueller, Jackie Abbott. Row 2: Ann Wischmeyer, Sheila May, sp., man, Charles Rodocker, Steve Williams, Charles Hendrickson, Steven
Dave Wise, Paula Cline, William Wegener, Sherman Standiford, Ellen Ingels, Bill Slaten, William White, Robert Slaughter, Richard Hight.
DEBATE TEAM--Roseva Hughes, Hermione Miles, Steven In- RIBBON WINNERS-Kathleen Karol, Tom May, Bill Slaten, Stephen Williams, Steven
gels, Bill Slciten, Susan Meeks, Sherman Standiford. Ingels, Hermione Miles, Teresa Block.
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RADIO CLUB-FronT Row: Steven Lawrence, sgT-aT-arms, Charles Blume, Allen, Treas. Row 2: Garold BrarnbleTT, WQPOF, sponsor, John S, Springer,
sec., Daniel L. Auble, pres., Richard L. McKenna, vice-pres., Larry E. Larry D. Pryor, Robert Todd.
Titans Tru Communication
"Wheel of Fortune" was The Radio Club's Theme aT
The Mardi Gras. AT The Hobby Show They had a Civil
Defense booTh on Radio OperaTion. This club helps The
members in obfaining licenses, buT To be able To operafe
The equipmenT a sTudenT musT have previously secured an
amaTeur license. The members learn Morse code aT The
meefings in The Ham Shack in Morgan Hall.
The Quill and Scroll, an inTernaTional honor socieTy, is
for high school sTudenTs who excel in iournalism. To
qualify for membership a Cannon yearbook member
musT have performed in an oufsfanding manner for aT
leasf Two full semesfers, and newspaper sfaff members
musT have 2,000 column lines published. Also, a B- or
beTTer grade average and a recommendafion by The sfaff
sponsor are required. The new members were iniTiaTed aT
Chrisfmas in a candle-IighTing ceremony.
QUILL AND SCROLL-Fronr Row: Petrine Chrislein, Evelyn Resnick, Deeann Dennis Hanshew, Maxine Madrifsch, Sue Hottenrofh, pres., Melody
MaThis, Mary McAree, James Suddarrh, William Bolander, Emily Guillion, Radziewicz.
Dorothy Schaefer, Kay Lester. Row 2. Asrrid Henkels, Ilze Henkels, sec.,
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REPORTERS-Front Row: Sharon Calvin, Evelyn Resnick, Rebecca Bender. William Bolander, Kenneth Hilton, Steve Pedlow, Thomas Creasser, Phillip
Row 2: Heimone Miles, Mary MCATGS, Sondra James. Row 3: Carol Coop- Bass, Richard Hight, Michael Hyatt.
stick, Mara Strelnieks, Betty Bell, Susan Meeks. Row 4: Michael Rowls,
Arsenal Cannon reporters are frequently seen scurrying
around the West Residence struggling to meet an ap-
proaching deadline. Still, their copy gets to press on
time, and it becomes easy to believe that an award-
winning paper is produced even with the antics of the
"kiddies" While spying, creating features, and telling
iokes, staffers diligently cover their beats in order to keep
the student body informed of activities in all corners of
Reporter gets on interview.
the campus. After-school sessions of pouring over page
layouts with a coke in hand are common occurrences.
Staffers attended several special iournalism conventions
this year. The year was brought to a successful end with
a banquet at which the editors for the 1964-65 Arsenal
Cannon were informed that their life of ease would soon
come to an end.
WEEKLY EDITORS-Front Row: Kay Lester, p. 3 ass't., Melody Radziewicz, p. l ed.,
Ilze Henkels, p. 2 ed., Astrid Henkels, assc. ed., H. Sue Hottenroth, p. 3 ed. Row 2:
Dennis Hanshew, ed.-in-chief, James Suddarth, ass't sports ed., Ron Strahl, sports ed.
Composing and editing the Arsenal Cannon Yeorbook
includes numerous tosks. Among the duties eoch stoff
member performs ore selling odvertising, loying out
poges, composing copy, ond snopping pictures. Long
hours ore spent in getting oll the moteriol reody for the
printers. Twenty-five of Tech's top students work dili-
gently throughout the doy ond on spore time, to moke
the deodlines. Some ofthe work must be token home os
closs time is not enough to complete the work. It tokes
on efficient stouff to meet oll the deodlines ond get the
yeorbook out on time for the groduoting seniors ond the
YEARBOOK COPYWRITERS-Seoted Evelyn Schueller Donna Anderson Lewis, John Springer, Jonice Bottenberg, Jenny Goodnight, Sondra
Trudy Lenox Stephen D Leonord Standing Mory Jo Morgan Nedro James, Lorry Walker, Sponsor.
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Energy comes from Tech's aThleTic
TiTans as energy radiaTes from The
sun. Our Tech Teams excel in wres-
Tling, baseball, Track, Tennis, golf,
baskefball and foofball. An abun-
dance of aThleTics is evidence of The
enforcemenf of The fifness program
ThaT has been effecfively sTressed
Throughouf The UniTed STaTes.
Through numerous acTiviTies, our sTu-
denfs receive exercise ThaT is neces-
sary for Them To mainTain good
Cheerleaders prove ThaT girls are
noT lefT ouT of Tech's aThleTic pro-
gram. The Three squads pracTice
daily in order To keep Their bodies
in Tone for Those exTra special yells
which require gymnasTic abilify To
be incorporaTed wiTh cheers.
Through acfive parTicipaTion in
vigorous sporTs and acTiviTies, Tech
boys and girls learn body discipline
and precision. STudenTs who have
Taken an acfive parT in afhlefics
know The value of habifual exerTion
and endurance in reaching perfec-
Tion in physical fiTness.
Mr. Myers proudly displays blankef given To him upon refiremenf as Mr
Longshore looks on.
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VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-Front Row: Bevin Crodian, Richard Terry, Larry
Coron, John Kirkbride, Chester Humphries, Mike Avery, Dan Ireland,
David Cutshaw. Row 2: Dennis Baker, manager, Wayne Reed, Larry
Ellis, Carl Blue, Lloyd Eldridge, Theodore Morris, John Nell, Eugene
Akers, Jerry Herrell, manager. Row 3: Carlos Bell, asst. coach, Thomas
Heitzman, Bill Donovan, Wayne Gross, Anthony Cabbell, Aubrey Ander-
SCORES OF FOOTBALL GAMES
September 2 Jamboree
6 Tech 47
13 Tech 33
20 Tech 0
27 Tech 20
October 4 Tech 0
11 Tech 33
18 Tech 14
23 Tech 28
November 1 Tech 20
8 Tech 33
SCORES OF FOOTBALL lRESERVESl
September 5 Tech 44
12 Tech 33
19 Tech 0
26 Tech 14
October 10 Tech 7
17 Tech 12
22 Tech 41
31 Tech 26
November 5 Tech 0
Broad Ripple 6
Warren Central 13
Broad Ripple 0
Warren Central 7
RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM-Front Row: Ronald Richards, Leroy Avery,
Larry Medcalte, Bill Thompson, Tim Barnes, Cyril Carter. Row 2: Phil
Kunkle, John Ealy, Ralph Scruggs, Bernard Muffler, Wendel Madrey,
Jeff Hollbrook, Larry Woodard, Ronald Johnson, Jim Hannell, manager.
son, Roderick Morgan, Mike Ensminger, Tom Owens Ernest Medcalfe
head coach, Howard Catt, trainer. Row 4: Ivan Moreman lineman coach
Dave Sexson, Kemp Shobe, Arthur Sams, Eli Brown, David Kreimer Gary
Kennedy, Larry Schoolcraft, Wesley Sickle, David Park Robert Meyer line
Sports, especially football, occupy the minds of our Reserve
Row 3: Ivan Moreman, coach, Roderick Morgan, Mike Ensminger Charles
X. Sanders, Fred Boyd, John Jarrett, Steve Oser, Steve Sanders Jim
Burks. Row 4: Velman Graham, David Handy, Leroy Robinson Floyd
Evans, Ronald Grasshoff, John DeMoss, Joe Misback.
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Shortridge was the scene of wild scrimmages between the two teams one Friday late last fall.
Fans watch hopefully for another win to add to the Titan record.
September 5 Tech 20 Howe O
9 Tech 6 Broad Ripple 14
19 Tech O Cathedral 21
26 Tech 6 Scecina O
October 1O Tech 20 Manual O
17 Tech 18 Woodview 7
22 Tech 13 Washington 27
31 Tech 27 Arlington O
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL-Row 1: Warren Ayers, William Devitt, Gerry
Walton, James Fogleman, Donald Wheeler, James McCormick, Edward
Vance, Mike Roney, Kenneth Chambers. Row 2: Larry Wilkerson, Richard
Bacon, Jetf Olivera, John Russ, Roger Holder, David Gephorst, Sam
Heltferich, Jessie Ealy, George Egelhoff, Cary Cox, Steve Bauerle. Row 3:
Harry Caskey, head coach, Jon Wray, Keith Woodard, Dennis Jordon,
Ralph Brooks, James Ferguson, Stephen Brown, Billy Smith, Edward
Leavell, William Mansfield, Herbert Deldine, Walter Dininger, asst.
coach. Row 4: Bob Teckenbrook, Spencer Caldwell, Louis Clark, Grant
lmel, Stanley Price, Richard Long, Harold Lee, Ross Furry, William Funke,
Clarence Beckwith, Floyd Hardesty.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS--Left to Right: Anita Smith, Sandra Baker, Dede Schaefer, Effie Lewin, Ellie
Yeah! Rah! Team! Beat 'emi Team! Beat 'emi These two
familiar yells known to Tech sports fans are led by enthusiastic
cheerleaders who help build school spirit and cheer Tech teams
to victory. Varsity, reserve, and freshman squads lead yells for
their respective teams. Three T964 seniors began the freshman
group in l96O. Besides practicing once or twice a week, the girls
make money for outfits by having car washes and sponsoring
a Mardi Gras booth, they fix huge baskets of candy for the
players before "away" games. Although these extra projects
keep them busy, they continue to develop new and better yells
with the guidance of their sponsor Phillip Quillin.
Jill Schmidt yells for the reserves at an away game at North Central.
Varsity cheerleaders, Dede Schaefer, looks worried at one
part of the Tech-Attucks game.
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-Sharyl Schoenewciy, Tcmfe Masters, Chris Hammond, Jimm Schmidt, Deanna
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FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS-Susan Harvey, Becky Hill, Patty Hiefzman, Iris Williams,
Cheering our Team on are Becky Hill and I
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Front Row: Charles Wells, John Nell, James Coach, David Sexson, James Bostic, Jon Spadorcia, David Harvey, Harry
Boone. Row 2: Howard Catt, Trainer, Gene Akers, Gary Kennedy, Mike Caskey, Asst, Coach,
Johnson, Jerry Harrell, Student Manager. Row 3: Jack Bradford, Head
Tech's majorettes are an integral part of all basketball games.
Coach Jack Bradford offers some good advice.
Excitement is never lacking at a Tech basketball
game, anal nearly every Techite has a part in its
production. The eager and enthusiastic crowd sees
the ability and style of each game. As the national
anthem ends and the ROTC color guard retires, our
varsity basketball team runs out onto the playing
floor to the chorus of "The Tech Student" as tooted
forth by Tech's own pep band. Loud cheers and the
tweet of a referee's whistle are familiar sounds to the
basketball fan who watches the tenseness of a game
grow. Basket after basket is shot in to score, and
spectators "stand up an' holler" for the mighty
Titans. Five times during the year a home basketball
game is the site of a Coronation. The Student Af-
fairs Organization does its part in presenting half-
time ceremonies complete with basketball queens.
Fight! Fight! Fight! This is the Tech Titan spirit.
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Down the floor, across The line and John Nell makes another basket.
Four years ago, five freshmen boys Tried out and made
The freshman baskeTball Team. Four years later, These
five boys were The hub around which The fabulous Varsify
TiTan roundballers roTaTed. "Mackie3' Johnson, forward,
held each opponenT To a minimum number of poinTs
while Dave Sexson, a slight 6'-S", lived upto his famous
name aT The oTher forward position. The duties of guards
were quite ably aTTended To by 6'-2" Gary Kennedy of
TiTan football fame and John Nell, 5'-ll" co-captain.
Cenfer, Jon "Spud" Spadorcia filled ouT The "Dream
Team" while The Team ambled Through The season. With
The help of sharp-shooTers Dave Harvey, Jim Boone, and
Gene Akers, The Tifans couldn'T do less Than sporT a
November 27 Warren CenTral
December 6 Arlington
T3 Ben Davis
January 3 North Cenfral
ll Muncie CenTral
lo-18 City Tourney
February i Cathedral
7 Broad Ripple
Both The players and The Team are Tense as The cheerleaders
scream, "Get That Tip!"
November 27 Warren Central
December 6 Arlington
13 Ben Davis
January 3 North Central
il Muncie Central
16-18 City Tourney
February 1 Cathedral
7 Broad Ripple
r 8 Peru
C I5 Washington
Under the net, the Reserve team picks up two more points. 21 SCeClf1Cl
Fast action brings players clown court.
RESERVE BASKETBALL-Front Row: Charles Wells, Glen Johnson, Larry Jim Herold, Manager, Row 3: Carl Meditch, Coach, Charles Sanders
Meclccilfe. Row 2: Bill Thompson, Steve Sanders, Dan Hoyt, Otis Curry, Morris Dean, Floyd Evens, Joe Henderson, Mike Price, Howard Catt, Trainer
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM-Front Row: George Egelhoe, James Fer-
guson, Tom Mattingly, Marvin Tardy, Jack Schafer. Row 2: Tom Price,
Mgr., Mike Hickey, Neil Placek, Jessie Ealy, Bill Smith, Ronald Baker,
Every high school freshman boy has visions of be-
coming an athletic star. For The fourteen boys of The
freshman basketball team This vision has, for a
small part, come true. Every Tuesday These nimble
freshies' Took up The lname of Titans and defended
iT with zeal. '
November 26 Woodview Junior High
December 3 Sacred Heart
10 Ben Davis
January 7 Manual
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15-16-17 City Tourney
February 4 Washington
Fulton Junior High
Gerald Sears. Row 3: David Waltman, Larry Cook, Jerry Dockery, Keith
Woodward, James Whitfield, Phil Marshall, Ernest F. Cline, Coach. Not
shown: James Handy, Mgr., Roger Holden, Ross Furry, Steven Brown.
He s up in the air!
WRESTLING TEAM-Row 1: Elvian Nious, Siegfried Borczak, Ralph Wen-
del, Richard Howard, Leonard Scott, David Pittman. Row 2: Leroy Avery,
David Cutshaw, Lloyd Eldridge, Eli Brown, Dan Ireland, Velmon Graham,
Eric Finnell, Kenny Hughes, Don Buchanan, Paul Trefz. Row 3: Jack
Wilson, Anthony Cabbell, Mike Ensminger, John Kirkbride, Jerry Mc-
Gary, Jerry Keen, Curlee Griffin, Tom Payne, John Kuhn, Art Enlow,
Matmen fight for distinction.
Tony Foreman. Row 4: Jay Chamberlain, Randy Woodson, Bill Funke,
Sam Helfterich, Harold Lee, Stan Sowder, Lewis Clark, Steve Dildine,
Bill Devitt, Steve Kirkbride, Nick Alm, Berry Hammond, Robert Williams.
Row 51 John Hurrle, head coach, Tom Creasser, Gary McGary, Lewis
Beem, Jim Henderson, John Strain, Edward Vance, Roger Shockley, James
Scalt, James Scott, Charlie Johnson, Robert Meyer, Asst. Coach.
November 27 Washington
December 3 Broad Ripple
January 7 Ben Davis
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Grunts 'n' groans heard during practice.
Working hard-John Kirkbride tries to throw another Titan at practice.
All-purpose Dr. Cook comes out
f the Titans locker-room
Tech s least known but tastest growing sport is wres-
tling Everyone has the opportunity to participate re-
gardless ot height or weight. Each person is placed into
his weight class and each match is classed by these
weight classes Wrestling is an individual sport designed
to develop agility speed balance, and strength. Tech
has had many outstanding wrestlers and state cham-
pions This season Floyd Eldridge won the city cham-
pionship in the heavyweight class with Eli Brown taking
second and Ralph Wendil and Velmon Graham who
placed third. Everyone on the team must practice and
work out every night. Most ot the practice is done in the
At one of the home matches a Titan is on top.
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Kennedy, Ron Strahl, Gary Williams, Fred Dunkman. Row 2: Mike Weber, Bostic, Jon Spadorcia, Jim Boone, Greg McCall, Jack Bradford, Asst. Coach
Larry Champion, Bob Kaiser, Kenny Hughes, Billy Thompson, Elwood Jee.
Date Opponent Score
April 7 Attucks 1 1-5
April 9 Warren Central 11-2
E April 14 Scecine 14-7
April 17 North Central 7-3
April 21 Arlington 10-7
April 23 Southport 3-2
AprH 30 Kokomo 8-6
May 5 Cathedral 2-1
May 7 Northwest 5-4
May 12 Broad Ripple
May 14 Manual
May 18 Shortridge
May 22 Washington
April 7 Attucks 6-2
April 9 Warren Central 6-5
April 14 Scecina 4-3
April 17 North Central 3-O
April 21 Arlington 3-2
April 29 Southport 7-1
May 5 Cathedral 9-6
May 7 Northwest 9-5
May 12 Broad Ripple
May 14 Manual T
May 18 Southridge lRiversiclel
May 22 Washington T
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Jimmy Smith, Spencer Worth, Cyril Carter, Riley Bates, Earl Lee. Row 2
John Kuhn, Jeff Holbrook, Felix Townsend, Anthony Cabbell, John Jar
rett, Floyd Evans, Charles Pittman. Row 3: Warren Watson, Danny lre-
Skill and strength are vital essentials of shotputting.
land, Eric McQueen, Mike Thomas, Rod Morgon, Earl Price, Bernard
Muffler. Row 4: John Strain, Mackie Johnson, Eugene Akers, Steve
Sanders, Larry Medcalfe, David Abbett. Row 5: John Ealy, Arthur Sams,
Ronald Richards, Benny Ronald Johnson, Tom Heitzman, John Scott.
Hurdle iumping is an energetic sport.
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April 7 Perry East T
" 15 Washington
" 17 Manual T
" 22 Attucks
" 27 Shortridge
" 30 Howe
May 5 City-3:30
" 11 Wood Relays
" 13 Arlington T
18 Woodview Jr. High
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Louis Clark, Steve Dildine, Van Wilson, Steve Bauerle. Row 2: Clarence
Beckwith, James Whitfield, Dan Woo, Roger Holder, Jesse Ealy, Henry
Cork, Mike Kulik, Cary Cox. Row 3: Leroy Mason, James Ferguson,
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Dorothy Schaefer wears a smile as Yard-Parks Queen.
TRACK-VARSITY 84 RESERVE
March 31 Washington
April 2 Warren Central
" 7 Southport T
17 Seymour T
" 24 Arlington T
April 29-May 1 City
May 8 Sectional
" 15 Regional
" 23 State
Michael Roney, Cleo Hall, James Swintord, Robert McKinney, Greg Roe
Row 4: Larry Cook, Thomas Williams, Garland Stovall, Spencer Caldwell
Jackie Wilson, Robert Tackenbrook, Chester Pryor. Row 5: Richard Sexson
Larry Kirgman, Ross Furry, Robert Mosley, John Coe, Keith Woodard.
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21 Kokomo T
23 Howe T
May 5 Wood T
7 Northwest T
GOLF-Front Row: Alan Borneman, John Laffey, Steve Wetherell, Mike Jack-
son. Row 2: John Pridemore, Steve Schmidt, Michael Schackleforcl, Mike
Ensminger, Mr. Quillen, Coach.
"Fore" is the cry heard as golfers tee off at the local
golf course. Mr. Phillip Quillin the coach makes sure
that each boy is well trained in the fine art of driving
and putting. Excellence is not an easy goal without
weeks and weeks of training. In order to attain success
the boys must devote each free afternoon to the sport.
As the spring approaches with all its sunshine and
glory the cement courts know a bustle of excitement
never known loefore. A winning record is the proof of
the many hours of practice put in loy the team.
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Fast action on the tennis court is a common sight around Tech in
TENNIS-Front Row: Mickey Seulan, Cliff Chandler, Steve Belding, Rick
Detty, Bob Kollmeyer. Row 2: David Coffin, Neil Placek, Ernie Dalman, Tom
Creasser, Stan Moss, Roland Leverenz, coach.
Make thot puff, Mike' y
CROSS COUNTRY-Front Row: John
Earl L. Lee, Felix Townsend, Lynn
mon. Row 2: Paul E. Myers, coach
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Members ofthe Tech faculty might
be called The "Lights of Learning."
Offering young people Training that
will help Them in a particular iob or
in The home with everyday problems
becomes The Teachers' main goals.
They also help prepare students for
entrance into college and for special
assignments. Each year the faculty
tries new approaches To help The
students further. Their profession is
not a dull and boring one, because
they participate in many different ac-
tivities such as the Student-Faculty
Basketball game. The faculty helps
in developing skills and knowledges
of The students. Because they can't
do these iobs alone, the Teachers
need the cooperation of all the stu-
dents. Tech should be very proud of
its hardworking faculty.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Miss Barbara Russell, Mrs. Ethel
Mclntosh, Miss Gertrude Insley, Mrs. Alice Goodwin. Row 2: Miss Judith
McBride, Miss Margaret Backer, Mrs. Arvilla Bennett, Miss Martha Gas-
cho, Mrs. Mildred McAfee, Miss Nancy Secrest, Mrs. Margaret Hahn,
James Mann, S. Larry Walker. Row 3: Mrs. Marjorie Garrett, Mrs.
Sheila May, Mrs. Kathryn Francq, Mrs. Barbara Emry, Mrs. Evelyn Surso,
Mrs. Diane Comstock, Miss Hester Anne Hale, Miss Margaret Nessler,
Providing one of the many fields of learning at Tech
is the English Department. Courses offered in this de-
partment include the standard English, special classes in
speech, and publications. Developmental reading pro-
grams offer Tech students opportunities to improve read-
ing skills. This department supports the Drama-Speech
Club members in presenting all-school plays. Under the
watchful eye of department head, Miss Irene Rhodes, the
English department offers students interested in writing
an opportunity to express themselves through many
Paperback books are sold in the English Office. These
books give Techites an opportunity to acquaint them-
selves with some of the finest works available at a very
Tech can indeed be proud of its English Department
forthe work it does in preparing Techites for college and
Miss Irene Rhoades, DEPARTMENT HEAD
Mrs. Janet Land, Mrs. Margaret Clapp. Row 4: Robert Maloy, Thomas
Danheiser, Robert Cronkhite, Emmett Hardiman, Cecil Tressler, Miss
Susan Schumacher, Miss Irene Rhodes, Mrs. Joyce Hanna, Miss Jane
Dongus, Mrs. Vera Kilborn, Miss Margaret Waters. Not pictured: Gay-
lord Allen, Jimmie Beeler, Miss Alice Brown, Mrs. Barbara Dearing, Mrs.
Mary Furry, Miss Mary Maillard, Mrs. Jennie Taylor.
Books on English and American Literature intrigue students.
LIBRARIANS-Mary Katherine Garst, Miss Mariorie Schock, Mrs. Dorothy Newcomer.
Headed by our able Miss Mariorie Schoch,
the Tech library staff keeps our library run-
ning smoothly and efficiently. Containing
over 20,000 books, 126 periodicals, and five
newspapers, the library provides a wonder-
ful source of material both for research or
just for plain entertainment. Lunch hours
and free periods can be spent profitably
studying or iust relaxing with a good fiction
book. No student need panic when he is as-
signed a term paper or special report. The
Tech library' will almost always have on
hand all the information for it.
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Library assistants help keep our library functioning smoothly
Mrs. Gertrude Russell is doing one of the endless filing iobs that are Mrs. Leila Toler finds that trimming book iackets can be fun
involved in the library.
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Miss Mona Woodward, BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT HEAD.
BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-Front row: Miss Margaret Peter-
son, Miss Edna Maley, Mrs. Ester Carpenter, Miss Alice Johnson, Miss
Mona Woodward, Miss Elaine Eskritch, Miss Lois Sink. Row 2: Mrs.
Virginia Jackson, Mrs. Phyllis Bryant, Miss Beth Huthsteiner, Miss
Training pupils to enter the field of business is the dif-
ficult iob of Miss Mona Woodward and her staff of
teachers. The classes are always filled, at times too
full, and there is a wide selection of classes to fill. A
program of two years of typing proves helpful to future
secretaries as well as to college bound students who will
have many term papers to write. Shorthand is also a
very popular course with college bound note-takers as
well as future stenographers. Both typists and stenog-
raphers have the chance to earn awards for speed and
accuracy in their fields. The department, also instructs
pupils in bookkeeping, machine calculations, office prac-
tice, business law, filing, salesmanship, office production,
and business mathematics. Extra materials have been
added to several courses to give office bound pupils ex-
perience in data processing. Seeing that pupils can
handle themselves in a world of automation is the aim
of the Business Education Department.
Keeping Tech students in the finest condition physical-
ly, recreationally, and mentally is the responsibility of
the Health and physical Education Department. The de-
partment offers not only the required first year of physical
education and the academic course of health education
but additional years of physical education, family living,
driver education, narcotics and alcohol education, and
nursing as well. Teachers work every day to keep pupils
in good physical condition. Rope climbing, seasonal
sports, forward and backward somersaults, and other
acrobatic skills are iust a few of the feats that teachers
use to keep the students fit. The aim of the faculty
members is to keep a healthy, happy Tech.
Frances Kinsley, Mrs. Dorothy Stout, Miss Eleanor Lawless, Mrs. Gwen-
dolyn Ohmit. Row 3: Kenneth Bayless, Gerald Lamkin, Keith Kuck,
William Guess, Mahlon Carlock, Bruce Mitchell, M. Turpin Davis,
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT-First Row: Miss Blanche
Williams, R.N., Miss Anna Parker, Miss Patsy Scott, Wallace Pot-
ter, Miss Shirley Parrett, Howard Catt, Miss Sharon Parrett, Miss
Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, RN. Row 2. Jack Bradford, Harry Caskey,
Reuben Behlmer, Walter Floyd, Phillip Quillin, Ivan Moreman,
Charles P. Dagwell, Arthur Cook, Daniel Camplese, Paul Myers,
Mable McHugh, Mrs. Mildred Johnston, R.N., Mrs. Sandra Tharp, Carlos Bell. Not pictured: Ernest Cline, John Hurrle.
The head of the Physical Education Department is Reuben
X With eyes glued to the "road" these drivers are sure to reach their des-
tination without a scratch.
Ouch! Exercise can be tun to music, but, oh! those backaches.
MATHEMATICS-Front Row: Miss Betty Mansfield, Mrs. Joan Boese, ger, Maurice Kriese, Ronald Ireland, Rowland Leverenz, William Welch,
Mrs. Margaret Potter, Mrs. Connie Bolinger. Row 2: Jim Borshoff, Wil- Newell Hall, Harry Smith. Not pictured: Mr. Robert Belding, Mrs. Christine
liam Wheeler, Richard Glover, Mrs. Barbara Polizotto, Dale Sare, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Marion Strickland.
Dorothy Gavin, Miss Mildred Corrie. Row 31 Carl Corbin, John Stoeckin-
Robert V. Belding-DEPARTMENT HEAD
ALGEBRA CONTEST WINNERS: Gene Dishman, Earl Pearson, Dortha May, Jim Soultau, freshmen.
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Underwood, Mrs. Serine Fine, Mrs. Mary Bedell, Mrs. Virginia Hurt, Miss Loree Steele.
Tech's representatives to France and Mexico last year were Clara
Frisbie, Van Butler, and Mary Clark.
Miss Rita Sheridan is the smiling, competent head of the Foreign
"Solve, guten Tag, Buenos dias, Boniour!" These
greetings can be heard while walking along the east half
ofthe second floor of Stuart Hall-the Foreign Language
Department. Besides having highly-trained teachers,
Tech has an up-to-date language laboratory in which
students can see films, listen, and speak in a foreign
One, two, three! What kind of math will I take next
year? This question comes up many times in a Techites
life. The department strives to give students broad
knowledge of all kinds of math, therefore it offers more
courses in the field, math, than any other high school
in the city.
Physics pubils are timing how long it takes to run up the stairs and
how much energy is being used.
Louis D. Allen-DEPARTMENT HEAD
Students taking a course in the Physical Science De-
partment will learn some of the many wonders of the
world. There are many unseen, but important forces
that act upon us each day ot our lives. The pressure
of the atmosphere exerts upon us, how strings on a
musical instrument are made, and why a ship will float
are a few ot the many marvels a student will learn. The
Physics Department is equipped with many modern in-
struments and a statt of well trained teachers that know
how to use them. Tech has one ot the best Physical
Science Departments in the state, and can otter a good
basic training to anyone.
PHYSICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-First Row: David Beeson, William Row 2: Louis Allen, William Tozer, John Miner, Richard Dykeman, Ralph
Graney, Winston Wythe, Mrs. Pauline Caldwell, Miss Janice Cooper. Wolverton, William Hawley, Hadley Haworth.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-First Row: Mrs. Linda Hall, Mrs. Coy, John Kendrick, David Hon, Garlan Howard. Row 4: John Farley
Melinda Hvtto, MISS -IOGVIHG GUSS, Mrs. Doris TI1OmPSOf1- Row 2: John Carl Schneider, John Peebles, Arthur Kusch. Not pictured: Miss Mercedes
Wythe, Bill Johnson, Howard Cook, Dr. Kenneth Barr. Row 3: Scott Mc- Guess.
John Farley, Department Head
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At the greenhouse, Mr. Scott McCoy instructs as interested students look on.
Organic sciences are studied in Tech's Biological Science
Department in much detail. Ot these sciences, biology stirs
interest with its course of study including lessons on plant
and animal life throughout the world. Biology is a ioint
science since botany and Zoology are combined within it.
Botany encourages students to study plant lite and collect
leaves, many ot which may be found on the Tech campus.
The question of why leaves are green is one ot many an-
swered in botany class. Insect collections and bird study
are two areas ot interest in Zoology. Dissection is the means
students use to study animal lite in detail and to see how
the body functions ot each animal work.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Moore-DEPARTMENT HEAD.
"History in The making" is The Social Studies De-
parTmenT's moTTo whether it be in history, geography,
economics, or government. Nineteen Teachers under-
take part of The Task of fitting TechiTes into adult
life. Through The courses Taught in The department
students learn To become good citizens aT Tech, in
The community, in The nation, and The world.
Each year, under The supervision of Miss Jeannette
Tobey, TechiTes enter The Freedoms FoundaTion's
Awards program. Students write speeches and es-
says, make Tape recordings, assemble scrap books,
and complete other proiects That pertain To The Ameri-
can way of life. Tech has won more Freedom Foun-
dation awards Than any school in The state.
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SOCIAL STUDIES DEPT.-Front Row: John Kanouse, Karl Schneider, Miss Dininger, Elbert Smith, Wesley Murphy, Delbert West, Leonard Jeffers
Jeannette Tobey, Miss Katherine Book, Mrs. Judith McGinnis, Miss Jose- Duane Blankenhorn, Roberf Meyer, Donald Daily, Charles Harry, Mrs
phine Graf, Miss Mary Elizabeth Moore, Forrest Caldwell. Row 2: Walter Dorothy Lyon. Not pictured: E. Frances Lyons, William Kimberlin.
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MUSIC DEPARTMENT-First Row: Mrs. Mildred Moore, Miss Shirley Parrett, Miss
Diana Griffith, Miss Louise Swan. Row 2: Robert Simpson, William F. Moon, Raymond
Brandes, John White, Richard Orton.
Since music is important to many students, we at Tech
are very fortunate in having an excellent Music Depart-
ment. Tech offers the musically-inclined student an op-
portunity to express himself Through voice or instrumental
courses. Many students learn to appreciate the different
aspects of music after taking music appreciation or music
It is not unusual to hear a group such as the Madrigals
practicing the X-hour to obtain perfection. The Techoir,
Mr. Brandes offers a helping-hand to Trudy Lenox in an advanced Harmony
under the direction of Department Head, William Moon,
also practices diligently in order to give many enioyable
programs. Other instrumental and vocal groups include
the Concert Orchestra, Concert Band, String Ensemble,
Boys' Octette, Girls' Ensemble, and Girls' and Boys'
Tech can certainly be proud of the golden opportunities
the Music Department offers.
Tech's proud to have Miss Donna Griffith as our exchange teacher
ART DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Miss La Von Whitmire, Mrs. Alice Cook, Kermit Swenson, Edward Ring, Harold Stewart, Oakley Richey, Chelsea
Charles Glore, Miss Lorena Phemister, Miss Helen Sturgeon, asst. Row 2: Stewart, Ernest Medcalfe, William Fields, asst.
IDP otes Culture
Recreating this splendid
young artists occupied.
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Christmas keep-s art students busy. Tech campus through pictures
One may see students in the spring sitting on
small camping stools with paper, a board, and pencil
in hand sketching portions of the campus or sur-
rounding neighborhoods, they are members of Tech's
art classes. Also, a student with permission from the
head of the art department, Oakley Richey, may
enter sign painting, commercial art, craft arts, art
metal craft, jewelry making, photography, ceramics,
or sculpturing. The spectrum of art offered, covers
a varied radius, and the finished proiects that origi-
nate from these classes are often displayed in the
department show cases.
Making signs to brighten the campus.
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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Mrs. Florence Boots,
Mrs. Ruth Stafford, Mrs. Leila Toler, Miss Frances Smith, Mrs.
Hazel Kuetemeier, Mrs. Gwendolyn Huff, Mrs. Elva Wignall, Mrs.
Mildred Wallace, Mrs. Joyce BeMiller. Row 2: Mrs. Natalie Ransom,
Mrs. Marion Holly, Miss Marguerite Hardy, Mrs. Marian Moore, Mrs.
Louise McCormick, Miss Hilda Kreft, Miss Marjorie Lucas, Mrs. Eliza-
beth Holtsclaw, Mrs. Ruth Metcalf, Mrs. Mariorie McCutcheon. Not
pictured: Mrs. Mildred Eccleston, Mrs. Carolyn Demas.
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'L45J5.LlQ,'3:.:liE.i!s!.i!.i..1 Department. Besides being taught to create
heavenly smells in foods classes, girls at
Tech can elect clothing, home management,
and social practice.
This past fall girls who ranked above their
other classmates were chosen from each of
the millinery classes and were entertained
at a tea. On the same day, the teachers at
Tech were invited to a tea, and a foods class
entertained another foods glass with a tea.
The day suited everyone in the depart-
ment to a
"A World of Fashions," a style show, was
introduced in the spring by the sewing di-
vision. The girls were required to try out for
the show. As usual the girls looked their
best and presented up-to-date wardrobes.
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The Iinotype machine is The key To printing the Cannon.
Clyde Armel-DEPARTMENT HEAD
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PRINTING DEPARTMENT-Robert Smith, Harold Deem, Floyd Billingfon, Samuel Skomp, Ralph Clark,
Department Head Clarence Rosell DRAFTING DEPARTMENT Seated, Clarence Rosell, head. Standing James Davis, Edward
Cottrell Harold Elliott Carl Meditch, Fred Henke. Not pictured: Floyd Tobrocke.
One step for training the mechanical and
architectural engineers of the future is in the
Drafting Department. A student may take Draft-
ing throughout all four years at school and be
placed in a job upon graduation. A student
starts out with basic mechanical drawing. The
future draftsman then advances to either archi-
tectural or machine drafting, depending on the
field he wishes to enter. Basic drafting is re-
quired of any person entering any of the shop
courses here at Tech. However, the drafting ex-
perience will help considerably in the future re-
gardless what field the student enters. Tech's
Drafting Department has all the modern drafting
instruments to give the student the best training
he could possibly receive.
Woodworking is iust one of the many skills which boys in the
Drafting Department are taught.
Bang! Bang! are the constant sounds heard in the Building Trades Department. Four boys hammer
away to build a king size luxury dog house.
DEPARTMENT HEAD-Morris Woods
Wish to build a house, make a piece of furniture, paint, or
construct lawn statues? The Building Trades Department offers
instruction in all these fields. Carpentry, cabinetmaking, paint-
ing and decorating, masonry and plumbing are the various
branches of the department. Freshman take a six week course
in each field, after this basic training they may specialize in
any field. Department head, Mr. Morris Woods, supervises a
staff of able teachers. Upon completion of this course a student
possesses knowledge of brick and block laying, plumbing, and
house building. Many repair iobs around campus are performed
by pupils in the Building Trades Department.
BUILDING TRADES DEPARTMENT-Charles Kocher, Stephen Belmer, Morris Woods, John Obst, Jack
Longshore, James House, Samuel Skomp, Paul Vogt.
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AUTO-AVIATION DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Byron McColly, Robert Furry, Dudkowski, Row 2: Dale Herrington, William Berger, Charles Day, Lewis
Asst., Ered Mayer, Steve Behlmer, Donald Miller, Robert Crooke, Sam Pence, Douglas Thompson, Verle Overshiner, Clifford Allen.
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Two future mechanics demonstrate skills.
Norman Brinker, Metal Trades Department
Wood pattern making, foundry practice, and
machine shop work are lust a few of the courses
offered by the Metal Trades Department. Also the
basic fundamentals of sheet metal work, gas and
electric welding, and advanced machine shop are
included. To protect the students, safety measures
are stressed in the class. industrious teachers pre-
pare these students for the jobs that await them upon
graduation. There is always a place in industry for
skilled, efficient metal workers. Tech's Metal Trades
Department offers many opportunities for future
METAL TRADES DEPARTMENT-Emanuel Cruser,
Johnson, V. D. Whetstine.
Two Metal Trades students mold their futures as they work in their
classrooms to gain vocational training.
Edward Howe, Norman Brinker, James Davis, Howard
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ELECTRICAL TRADES DEPARTMENT-Earl Terry, Gerald Bramblerr, Lewis Marshall,
Samuel Skomp, Jules Zinler.
Students E ect E ectricitq
Technicaliry proves tedious.
Lowell L. Danr, newly added member of the Tech staff, has the position of
"Watch the birdie!" The P.T.A. annually sponsors the underclassmen's picture taking.
Fill Spring Semester
Faculty members always enjoy the annual Valentine
Tea which is sponsored by all the clubs working out of
the Student Center. Coffee, punch and cookies were in-
viting to the eye and pleasant to the taste--one of the
ways students show their appreciation to their teachers.
Friday, January 31, T964 was the day Techites have
anxiously awaited for years. The groundbreaking cere-
mony for our new cafeteria was held. A member from
each of the four classes was present along with members
of faculty and administration. We are sure that our
new cafeteria will be well worth waiting for. Picture
taking time is a busy time at Tech for everyone: P.T.A.
members, students and faculty. Once a year the P.T.A.
sponsors an annual picture taking. Students smile bright-
ly, the photographer snaps the picture and the P.T.A.
makes money. Students undoubtedly will treasure these
pictures for many years.
Susan Seaver, Marilyn Miller, Jill Horn, and Mrs. Dearing worked hard on the Valentine
Techifes break ground for future expansion..
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mortality. We have seen a sunset turn
into a dawn."
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TECH LEGION-Front Row: Barbara Abbott, Evelyn Resnick, Janice
Rothenbush, Karen Saftord, Rita Schowengerdt, David Sexson
Donald Sunman, Rebecca Thompson, Diane Westmoreland, Patricia
White, Steve Williams, Mary Ann Wonnell, Dorothy Woods, Maureen
Woodard. Row 2: Josie Hudson, Roseva Hughes, Pamela Hunt,
Kathleen Huter, Dan lreland, Rosemary Koelling, Rene Lewin, Shirley
Lytle, Dawn Mackey, Maxine Madritsch, Hermione Miles, Joyce
Montgomery, G. Timothy Mosier, Melody Radziewicz. Row 3: Carolyn
Dr. I. Lynd Esch, president ot indiana Central College, spoke at the
Legion Day Assembly.
on Legion Dau
Tech-to a senior, these are poignant reminders of the senior year.
Forbis, Clara 'Frisbie, Rosalie Gabbard, Jenny Goodnight, Karen Bell, Craig Borns, Cynthia Bradley, Marsha Bromagen, Van Butler,
Gorman, John Habig, Ruth Handy, Dennis Hanshew, John Hawley, Larry Champion, Petrine Christein, Linda Clark, Mary Clark, L. Sue
Astrid Henkels, Ilze Henkels, Polly Hollowell, Beverly Hoyt, Ray- Cook, Linda Craig, Rita Crawford, Richard Detty, Diane Dickey.
mond Englander. Row 4: Sandra Baker, Janice Battenberg, Betty
Election to the Tech Legion is one ofthe highest honors
that a graduating senior may receive. The Tech Legion
is an honorary society consisting of ten percent of the
senior class. This ten percent is selected according to
the accumulative numbers of merit citations that each
student has received. Those receiving the highest and
who have no unfavorable office records are eligible for
membership in the Tech Legion.
Merits are given by each teacher at the close of every
semester to those pupils who show traits which contrib-
ute to group achievement, bring favorable personal con-
sideration, or aid in personal success. Participation in
extra-curricular activities and school service are also
principles which help a student earn merit citations. The
teacher is allowed to distribute merits to 20 per cent of
Students are notified as to their Legion standing
through the mail. On Legion Day the students are rec-
ognized at an all school assembly. The Legion is com-
posed of sixty seniors. The boy and the girl with the
highest number of merits are chosen co-commanders of
the Legion. The remaining TO per cent of the members
are honored as captains.
Mr. Robert Belding, Mathematics Department head, is
chairman of the Tech Legion committee. Other members
of the Tech Legion committee are Miss Irene Rhodes,
whose duty consists of contacting guest speakers, Miss
Margaret Peterson, checking and rechecking records,
Mr. Charles Glore, seating arrangements and certifi-
cates, and Mrs. Louise McCormick, Legion Tea.
Seniors, faculty and parents enioy annual Legion Tea.
Seniors eagerly await the distribution of diplomas.
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ROLL ROOM 190:
CRAIG R. BORNS: Pres., Mai.-Social Studies, Science,
SAO Board, sgt-at-arms, Senior Council, Key Club,
Scholarship Comm., Commencement Comm. '
SANDRA K. BAKER: Vice-pres., Mai.-Social Studies,
French, Senior Council, SAO Board, Captain of
Cheerleaders, ROTC Sponsor.
BETTY L. BELL: Sec., Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Service Club, Cannon Staff, Cannon Yearbook
Staff, Senior Council, Gift Comm.
LARRY M. CHAMPION: Treas., Mai.-Social Studies,
Science, Mathematics, Senior Council, SAO Board,
pres., Indiana State Student Council, pres., Indian-
apolis Student Council, v.-pres., Key Club, treas.
CLIFFORD E. CHANDLER: Sgt-at-arms, Mai.-Social
Studies, Mathematics, Key Club, Service Club, Senior
Council, Block "T" Club.
ROLL ROOM 153:
RUTH HANDY: Pres., Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Red Cross Club, rec. sec., Speech Team,
German Club, Music Club, Techoir, co-pres., Madri-
gals, ROTC Sponsor, Recommendations Comm., Jr.
RICHARD B. DETTY: Vice-pres., Mai.-Social Studies,
Mathematics, German, Senior Council, pres., Key
Club, sec., Varsity Tennis, Block "T" Club.
JOHN C. HABIG: Sec., Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Science, Radio Club, Techoir, treas., Madri-
gals, Senior Council, Commencement Comm., Schol-
LINDA S. CRAIG: Treas., Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Service Club, rec. sec., Techoir, Girls' En-
semble, Prom Comm., Senior Council.
DENNIS HANSHEW: Sgt-at-arms, Mai.-Social Studies,
Spanish Club, Quill and Scroll, Cannon Staff.
ROLL ROOM 300:
RENE LEWIN: Pres., Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Science, SAO Board, treas., Key Club, Techoir,
Boys' Octette, Senior Council, sgt-at-arms, Baseball.
KATHLEEN HUTER, Vice-pres., Mai.-Social Studies,
Mathematics, Head Maiorette, Techoir, Senior Coun-
cil, sec., Prom Committee.
BEVERLY HOYT: Sec., Mai.-Social Studies, French,
Service Club pres., Red Cross Club, treas., SAO
Board, Senior Council, French Club.
PAMELA HUNT: Treas., Mai.-French, Mathematics,
Social Studies, SAO, sec., Techoir, sec., Madrigals,
ROBERT MCCLAIN: Sgt-at-arms, Mai.-Social Studies,
Science, ROTC Officer's Club, ROTC Drill Team,
Senior Council, Recommendation Committee.
ROLL ROOM 7:
GUY TIMOTHY MOSIER: Pres., Mai.-Science, Social
Studies, Key Club, Techoir, Band, Senior Council,
DOROTHY J. SCHAEFER: V-Pres., Mai.-Social
Studies, Art, Varsity Cheerleader, Art Editor of
KAREN SAFFORD: Sec., Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Phys. Ed., Flag Twirler, SAO Board, corr.
sec., Red Cross Club, Commencement Committee,
Senior Scholarship Committee.
H. WAYNE RETTING: Treas., Mai.-History, Body and
Fender, History Club, SAO Alternate, Senior Coun-
cil, Senior Gift Committee.
WILLIAM JAMES PATTERSON, Sgt-at-arms, Mai.-
Mathematics, Science, History, Wrestling, Key Club,
History Club, School Service, Senior Council.
ROLL .ROOM 6:
STEPHEN L. WILLIAMS: Pres., Mai.-Social Studies,
Mathematics, Spanish, Drama-Speech Club, pres.,
Speech Team, Thespians, v-pres., National Forensic
League, Senior Council, Boys' Octette, Techoir.
DOROTHY WOOD: V-Pres., Mai.-History, Music,
Techoir, Madrigals, Orchestra, co-pres., Drama-
Speech Club, Thespians, treas., Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Council.
PATRICIA SUE WHITE, Sec., Mai.-History, Home
Ecloncmics, Service Club, Flag Twirler, Senior Coun-
DONALD SUNMAN: Treas., Mai.-Mathematics, Sci-
ence, History, Band, Orchestra, Senior Council, Com-
JONATHAN SPADORCIA: Sgt-at-arms, Mai.-History,
Science, Mathematics, Senior Council, Recommenda-
tion Committee, Shcolarship Committee, Basketball
Football, Baseball, Tennis, Block "T" Club.
ROLL ROOM SPONSORS: 190-Miss Marguerite Hordy, I53-Miss Fronces Kinsley, 300-Miss Mildred Corrie, 7-Miss Lois Sink, 6-Mrs. Christine
JAMES L. AARON: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto Body.
BARBARA J. ABBOTT: Mai.-Math., Science, Social
Studies, School Service, DCE, Future Nurses Club,
BETTY J. ABBOTT: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Spanish Club, GAA, DCE.
STEPHANIE J. ADAMS: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
SHARON R. ADDLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Girls
Concert Club, JCL Cheerblock.
NANCY A. ALDER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
ROBERT O. AMOS: Mai.-Architectural Drafting.
ALBERTA J. ANDERSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Art,
Art Club, School Service.
CAROLYN D. ANDERSON: Mai.-Business, Home
DONNA L. ANDERSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, Yearbook Staff, GAA, Service Club,
Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, Cheerblock.
JAMES H. ANDERSON: Mai.-Business, School Serv-
SHIRLEY R. ANGEL: Mai.-Business, School Service.
PATRICIA F. ARMSTRONG: Mai.-Home Economics,
JAMES ARNETT: Mai.-Social Studies.
NANCY J. ATHERTON: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
MICHAEL AVERY: Mai.-Hann Printing, Football,
NANCY J. AYRES: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Service Club, History, Cheerblock.
LORETTA R. BACKUS: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, School Service, Service Club.
DORIS J. BADGER: Mai.-Business, Home Economics,
School Service. ,
PATRICIA S. BAKER: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
ncmics, School Service, Red Cross Club.
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ALAPHAIR BARGER: Mai.-Home Economics.
DIANNE M. BARKER: Mai.-Social Studies.
DANNY BARNARD: Mai.eSocial Studies, Concert
ROSE M. BARNETT: Mai.-Business, Home Economics,
Special Senior Committee, chairman, SAO Board.
G. SUE BARNETT: Mai.eArt, Art Club, SSC-treas.,
JAMES E. BARR: Mai.-Social Studies, Architectural
MELVIN E. BARR: Mai.-Cabinet Making, Service
Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Natural Science Club.
LARRY BARTH: Mai.-Science, Art, Cheerblock, Serv-
ice Club, Art Club.
DONALD A. BARTLETT: Mai.eAuto Mechanics, DCE,
DCE Club, Treas,
PHILLIP L. BASS: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Studies,
Science, Yearbook Staff.
JANICE K. BATTENBERG: Mai.-Mathematics, Social
Studies, Art: Cheerblock, vice-pres.: Senior Color
Committee, French Club, Service Club.
ESSIE M. BEASLEY: Mai.-Home Economics.
THOMAS BEAN: Mai,-Printing.
DANIEL J. BEATH: Mai.-Mathematics, Science.
KAREN K. BECKMAN: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
JOHIIZI A. BEESON: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Studies,
DENNIS A. BELCHER: Mai.-Shop.
CONNIE SUE BELL: Mai.-Home Economics, Social
Studies, School Service.
MAXINE I. BERRY: Mai.-History, Art, Business,
CAROLYN C. BLACK: Mai.-English.
JANICE I. BLAND: Mai.-Social Studies.
CARL S. BLUE: Mai.-Social Studies, Building Trades,
Baseball, Football, Block "T" Club, School Service.
JACK D. BOBBITT: Mai.-Social Studies.
STEPHEN M. BOLINGER: Mai.-Social Studies.
ETHEL A. BOND: Mai.-Social Studies, Y-Teens,
French Club, GAA.
JAMES A. BOONE: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto Body,
Basketball, Baseball, Letterman's Club, School Ser-
ALLEN L. BORNEMAN: Mai.-Masonry, Golf Club,
School Serivce, Chorus Club.
JAMES A. BOSTIC: Mai.-Art, Social Studies, Math,
Basketball, Baseball, Block "T" Club, School Service.
PEGGY J. BOSWELL: Mai.-Social Studies, XYZ Club,
Music Club, Girls Concert Club.
JERRY BOWERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto Mechanics.
ELIZABETH M. BOWLES: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
CLARENCE A. BOWMAN: Mai.-Radio 81 TV.
CLAUDE BOYD: Mai.-Shop.
CYNTHIA L. BRADLEY: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, School Service, Cheerblock, Picnic Committee.
RANDAL O. BRADSHAW: Mai.-Social Studies, Drill
Team, NCO Club, Officers Club.
RONALD L. BRANHAM: Maj.-Science, Social Studies,
Math, School Service.
MARLENE K. BRANSON: Mai.-Business, Social
JERI BRASHER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business, Flag
Twirler, Trumpettear, Cheerblock.
BENNETT HAROLD BRASWELL: Mai.-Auto Me-
chanics, ROTC Drill Team.
ROGER l. BRASWELL: Mai.-Shop.
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JANICE FAY BRITT: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Thespians, Drama-Speech Club, JCL.
MARSHA LYNN BROMAGEN: Mai.eHome Economics,
Social Studies, Vespers Committee, School Service.
ROBERT L. BROOKS: Mai.-Aviation Mechanics, Alge-
bra Contest, School Service.
ROBERTA E. BROOKS: Mai.-Home Economics, Social
Studies, Service Club, Cheerblock.
ANNA ELAINE BROWN: Mai.-English, Social Studies,
ANITA JANE BROWN: Mai.-Home Economics, So-
cial Studies, Future Teachers' Club, SAO Repre-
CELESS BROWN: Mai.-Social Studies, GAA.
CHARLENE F. M. BROWN: Mai.-French, Social
Studies, Math., Spanish Club, French Club, GAA,
JANICE AILENE BROWN: Mai.-Business, Social
JUDITH ANN BROWN: Mai.-English, Social Studies,
LARRY EUGENE BROWN: Mai.-Latin, Social Studies,
Math., SAO Representative.
MARIE G. BROWN: Mai.-Latin, Social Studies,
School Services, GAA, SAO Representative.
MARVIN WILLIAM BROWN: Mai.-Art, Social Studies.
ROGER CLARENCE BROWN: Mai.-English.
RICHARD LAVON BRUCE: Mai.-Mathematics.
DONALD DAVID BRYANT: Mai.-English.
SANDRA KAY BRYSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, School Services.
RICHARD L. BUCHANAN: Mai.-Math., Latin, So-
cial Studies, JCL, v.-pres.: Natural Science Club,
Prayer Circle, SAO Representative.
KENNETH ROBERT BUCK: Mai.-English.
PAUL KENNETH BUCK: Mai.-English.
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DONNA M. BURNETTE: Mai.-Business, Social Studies,
Junior Basketball Queen, Service Club, School Serv-
ices, Cheerblcck, SAO Representative.
PENNY SUE BURNHAM: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Serivce Club, treas., Red Cross Club, School
Services, Cannon Agent.
JERREL R. BURNS: Mai.-Cabinetrnaking.
KARLA KAY BURNS: Mai.-Social Studies, Freshman
Cheerleader, Techoir, Girls' Concert Club, SAO
Board, Service Club, Red Cross Club.
JUDITH A. BURTON: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
SYLVIA A. BUSHFIELD: Mai.-Business, School Serv-
MARY J. BUSSELL: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
VAN HYSEL BUTLER: Mai.-Math., Social Studies,
French, Scholarship and Cap and Gown Committees,
Techoir, co-pres.: Madrigal Singers, Band, Orches-
tra, Key Club.
CATHERINE BYERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
BEATRICE L. BYROAD: Mai.-English.
ROBERT A. CALLIS: Mai.-Social Studies, English.
HELEN L. CAMP: Mai.-Home Economics, English.
THOMAS A. CAMPBELL: Mai.-Arts, Social Studies,
Key Club, School Services, SAO Representative.
KAREN JEAN CANNON: Mai.-Home Economics,
THOMAS E. CAPLINGER: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
DORIS K. CARR: Mai.-Home Economics, Social
Studies, School Service, SAO Representative, Service
JOAN C. CARTER: Mai.-Art, English.
MARVIN E. CARTER: Mai.-Science.
FRANCIS A. CARUTHERS: Mai. Social Studies, Busi-
ness, School Service.
JOHN CATELLIER: Mai.-History, Track, Wrestling,
Football, Spanish Club.
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MANZEL CAUDLE: Mai.-Mathematics, German, Soe
cial Studies, ROTC, Wrestling.
MARCIA FAY CHAMBERS: Mai.-Social Studies,
VICKI L. CHAMBERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Tech-
DONNA L. CHILDERS: Mai.-Home Economics, Busi-
TERRIE L. CHRIS: Mai.-Science, Social Studies, SAO
Board, Red Cross Club, Service Club, GAA, JCL.
PETRINE J. CHRISTEIN: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Quill 81 Scroll, Thespian, Drama Speech Club,
Yearbook Staff, asst. ed., Red Cross Club.
PHILLIP D. CHURCH: Mai.HBody Fender, Wrestling.
MICHAEL J. CLAPRODT: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
GARRY L. CLARK: Mai.-Printing.
JOYCE E. CLARK: Mai.-Social Studies, Y-Teens.
LINDA J. CLARK: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics,
Business, Future Teachers of America, pres.
MARY F. CLARK: Mai.-Social Studies, Spanish, Busi-
ness, Spanish Club, pres., Schplarship Committee.
RONALD S. CLARK: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathemat-
ics, Architectural Drafting.
KARL COATS: Mai.-Stage Craft.
WILLIAM COPPER: Mai.-English.
ALICE F. COLEMAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Home Eco-
ZEPORA M. COLEMAN: Mai.-Business.
GARY LUIS COLLINS: Mai.-History, Mathematics,
Business, Drill Team.
PATRICIA ELAINE COLLINS: Mai.-Social Studies,
J. MICHAEL CARROLL: Mai.-English, Business.
DIANE COMER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business, Red
Cross Club, Music Club, Service Club, GAA, Techoir,
L. SUE COOK: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics,
Languages, Y-Teens, GAA, Maiorette, Techoir, Girls'
W. DEAN COOK: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Studies,
Auto Mechanics, ROTC.
FRANCES A. COPELAND: Mai.-Social Studies, Span-
ish, Spanish Club.
DOUGLAS A. CORBIN: Mai.-Shop.
LARRY E. CORRON: Mai.-Social Studies, Machine
Shop, Mechanical Drawing, Varsity Football, Re-
MARY E. COUCHE: Mai.-Business, Physical Edu-
SUZANNE M. COUCHE: Mai.-Social Studies.
PATRICIA J. COULTER: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
JACK COUSE: Mai.-Body and Fender Shop.
CAROL D. COWGER: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Home Economics, GAA.
ALFRED L. COX: Mai.-Electricity, Service Club, His-
tory Club, Music Club, Spanish Club, XYZ Club,
Boys' Concert Club.
DONALD R. COX: Mai.-Social Studies, Drafting,
THOMAS M. COX: Mai.-Social Studies, Drafting,
Mathematics, Science, Freshman Track.
WILBUR G. CRAFT: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
LISABETH A. CRAMER: Mai.ASociaI Studies, Sci-
ence, Art, Languages.
RITA J. CRAWFORD: Mai.-Social Studies, Techoir,
Cap and Gown Committee.
J. BEVIN CRODIAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Science, SAO Representative, Block "T"
Club, Varsity Football.
STEVEN A. CRODDY: Mai.-Mathematics, Science.
JOHN DALE: Mai.-Mathematics, French.
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ERNEST R. DALLMAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Draft-
ing, Key Club, Block "T" Club, Freshman Basket-
ball, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Cross Country.
JAMES D. DALTON: Mai.-Social Studies, Reserve
JANE A. DALTON: Mai.-Social Studies, JCL, Red
Cross Club, DCE, sec.
ROBERT DAMMOND: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto
SHIRLEY K. DANIEL: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, Future Nurses Club.
STEVEN DAVENPORT: Mai.-Social Studies, Art.
DIANE R. DAVIS: Mai.-Business, Home Economics,
Cheerblock, GAA, School Service.
JOHN C. DAVIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Drafting.
MIRIAM L. DAVIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
PATRICIA A. DAVIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
FRANK DEAL: Mai.-Social Studies, Printing, Reserve
Baseball, Varsity Football.
SANDRA K. DEATLING: Home Economics.
DAVID DEHART: Mai.-Aviation Shop.
JERRY N. DENNIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Art.
STEPHEN L. DEUSER: Mai.-Social Studies.
DIANNE J. DICKEY: Mai.-Social Studies.
W. THOMAS DONAHUE: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
EDITH L. DOSS: Mai.-Social Studies.
BEVERLY J. DOTSON: Mai.-Social Studies.
JUDITH DOTY: Mai.-Social Studies, Art Club-pres.
GIFT COMMITTEE-Patricia White, Dennis Honshew,
Wayne Rettig, Rene Lewin, Beverly Hoyt, Betty Bell.
CORRIE DOUGLAS: Mai.-Social Studies, Masonry.
CHARLOTTE A. DOWDELL: Mai.-Business, Cannon
MARTHA A. DREXLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Service Club, SAO Representative.
TIMOTHY DUGGAN: Mai.-Social Studies.
BARBARA J. DUMES: Mai.-Home Economics, GAA,
Future Nurses' Club, Cannon Agent.
SHELBY DUNCAN: Mai.-Cabinetmaking, Painting and
GEORGE THOMAS DURBIN: Mai.-Social Studies,
JOAN L. DUREE: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
CHARLES E. DURICK: Mai.-Social Studies, Masonry.
JAMES R. DURICK: Mai.-Auto Body Shop, Cabinet-
making, School Service, DCE.
PAUL J. DWIGANS: Mai.-Social Studies, Art, Art
Club, Chess Club.
STEVEN C. EBERHARDT: Mai.-Social Studies, Print-
ing, Physical Education, Freshman Football, ROTC.
CAROLE A. EDWARDS: Mai.-Social Studies, Service
A. LORRAINE EICKS: Mai.-Home Economics, SAO
CHARLES E. ELLIOTT: Mai.-Mathematics, Drafting,
PAMELA L. ELLIOTT: Mai.--Social Studies, Business,
PEGGY ANN ELLIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business:
Cheerblock, rec. sec., Girls' Concert Club.
PHYLLIS A. ELLIS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Art, Spanish Club: Chess Club, rec. sec.: Art Club,
RALPH E. ELLIS: Mai.-Shop.
STEVEN ELLIS: Mai.-Printing.
ROBERT A. ENGLKING: Mai.-Auto Mechanics. I
RAYMOND N. ENGLANDER: Mai.-Mathematics, Social
Studies, Science, French Club, pres., Key Club, Re-
serve Tennis, Concert Band, Orchestra, co-pres.,
Techoir, Madrigals, Convocation Committee, chair-
FLORENCE M. ENGLISH: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
FRANCES F. EPLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, French Club, Y-Teens.
TIMOTHY W. ERNE: Mai.-Math., Cabinetmaking,
ERMA JEAN EVANS: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
JONNY B. EVANS: Mai.-Art.
SUE ELLEN EVANS: Mai.-Social Studies, French
Club, Music Club, DCE Club, sec., Service Club,
Y-Teens, Red Cross Club, Cheerblock, Yearbook,
advertising editor, Girls' Concert Club, Cannon
PHILLIP A. FARB: Mai.-Social Studies, Science.
JERRY LEE FARMER: Mai.-Home Economics.
THOMAS J. FERRELL: Mai.-Mathematics, Science.
R. ERIC FINELL: Mai.-Social Science, Pep Band,
Dance Band, Concert Band, Service Club, Reserve
Track, Varsity Wrestling.
GARY B, FLANNERY: Mai.-Business, Freshman Track.
DONNA L. FLATER: Mai.-Home Economics, Busi-
ness, Service Club, Cannon Agent.
JOSEPH H. FLORES: Mai.-Mathematics, Science,
TERRY J. FOGLEMAN: Mai.-Science, ROTC, SAO
Representative, Drama-Speech Club.
WILLIAM A. FOGLESON: Mai.-Social Studies, Span-
ish Club, Natural Science Club, History Club.
CAROLYN S. FORBIS: Mai.-Social Science, Math-
ematics, Business, JCL, pres., Techoir, SAO Rep-
CAROLYN S. FORD: Mai.-Home Economics, School
JAMES W. FORD: Mai.-Science, Business, ROTC,
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FRANCIS ALLEN FOX: Mai,-Body and Fender Shop.
PHYLLIS K. FRANK: Mai.-Business, Home Economics,
School Service, Drama-Speech Club.
BETSY A. FREEZE: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
CAROLYN FRENCH: Mai.-Business, GAA.
CLARA I. FRISBIE: Mai.-Social Studies, French,
Drama-Speech Club, French Club, pres.
SHERRY LEE FLORENCE FULLER: Mai.-Social Studies,
MICHAEL L. FUNKE: Mai.-Science, Machine Shop,
RICHARD R. FURGASON: Mai.-Auto Body, Fresh-
ROSALIE GABBARD: Mai.HSocial Studies, Business,
GAA, Service Club.
JAMES T. GALLEN: Mai.-Social Studies.
MICHAEL K. GALVIN: Mai.-Body and Fender Shop,
GEORGEANN GARY: Mai.-Social Studies, Languages.
ECEEINA J. GATLIN: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
KENNETH O. GEARLDS: Mai.-Social Studies, Car-
pentry, DCE Club, Service Club, Cannon Agent.
HELEN M. GEDDES: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
SANDRA K. GEORGE: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
ncmics, Y-Teens, History Club, Girls' Concert Club.
BETTY C. GILBERT: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
NANCY M. GILLAM: Mai.-Social Studies, JCL,
parl., GAA, Service Club.
DELORES J. GOODALL: Mai.-Science, Future Nurses'
Club, GAA, DCE Club.
JENNY L. GOODNIGHT: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, French, XYZ Club, corres. sec., Music
Club, French Club, Concert Band, Techoir, Year-
JUDITH A, GOODWIN: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
MILDRED B. GORDON: Mai.-Home Economics, Y-
Teens, GAA, SAO Representative.
KAREN L. GORMAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
A. DALE GOSHEN: Mai.-Mathematics, Machine
Drafting, Social Studies.
LINDA A. GRAY: Mai.-Business, GAA.
CHARLOTTE A. GREBE: Mai.-Social Studies, JCL,
ROTC Sponsor, Techoir.
J. RICHARD GREEN: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Vespers Committee.
LINDA K. GREEN: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
NORMAN L. GREEN: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Science, Electricity, Chemistry-Physics Club,
Boys' Concert Club, Cannon Agent,
RAYMOND J. GRIFFIN: Mai.-Auto Mechanics, Var-
.IENNIE A. GRIFFIS: Mai.-Business.
PAUL D. GRIFFIS: Maj.-Social Studies.
DONALD D. GRIFFITH: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, History Club, treas.: Service Club, German
BEVERLY GRUBBS: Mai.-Home Economics.
GLORIA J. GRUBBS: Mai.eSocial Studies, Business,
Spanish: Spanish Club, sec.
LINDA HACK: Mai.-Social Studies, Physical Edu-
cation, Home Economics.
JERRY J. HAGGERTY: Mai.-Auto Mechanics, ROTC.
LINDSEY HAHN: Mai,-Mathematics, Machine Shop,
SAUNDRA J. HALTOM: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ROBERT JAMES HAMM: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, French Club, Reserve Track, Special Senior
SARAH E. HAND: Mai.-Home
M. SANDRA HARGIS: Mai.-
Social Studies GAA SAO
Representative, Girls Concert
RALPH G. HARR: Mai.-Math-
ematics, Machine Drafting,
Reserve Track, Boys' Concert
PROM COMMITTEE-Lorry Champion, Lindo Croig,
Kothleen Huter, James Potterson, Dorothy Woods,
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COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE-Front Row: Karen
Saftord, Donald Sunman, Pamela Hunt. Row 2: Clif-
ford Chandler, John Habig, Craig Barns.
PATRICIA N. HARRIS: Mai.-Home Economics, School
STEPHEN D. HARVEY: Mai.-Mathematics, Social
Studies, Science, School Service, Reserve Football.
LINDA D. HAWKINS: Mai.-Business, School Ser-
vice, Future Nurses' Club, Home Economics Club.
JOHN D. HAWLEY: Mai,-Social Studies, Science,
Business, Chess Club, v. pres., Marching Band,
BARBARA HEDGES: Mai.-Social Studies, Physical
Education, JCL, Y-Teens, Cheerblock.
CHARLES HENDRICKSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Sci-
ence, NFL, Thespians, French Club, Drama-Speech
GERALD HENDRICKSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Sci-
ence, Dance Band, Sketchbook, Chemistry-Physics
Club, Music Club, sgt.-at-arms, School Service, Fresh-
ASTRID HENKELS: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Studies,
German, Science, Cannon weekly staff, ed.-in-chief,
XYZ Club, rec. sec., Senior Scholarship Committee,
German Club, Special Senior Committee, History
Club, Natural Science Club, sec.
lLZE HENKELS: Mai.-Social Studies, German, Math-
ematics, Hcme Economics, GAA, History Club, 2nd
v. pres., German Club, XYZ Club, v. pres., Natural
Science Club, Quill and Scroll, sec., SAO Repre-
JOYCE HILL: Mai.-Social Studies, School Service.
KRISTIN HIRSCHLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Trum-
peteer, Service Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Drama-
Speech Club, School Service, SAO Representative.
DONALD T. HOCKERSMITH: Mai.-Business, Math-
irragics, Social Studies, Chemistry-Physics Club, XYZ
LEONORE D. HODGES: Mai.-Social Studies, Techoir,
Girls' Ensemble, School Service, Spanish Club,
REGINA HOLLIDAY: Mai.-Art, Y-Teens, Service Club.
POLLY ANN HOLLOWELL: Mai.-Social Studies, Phy-
sical Education, GAA, pres., Cannon Agent, SAO
Representative, School Service, Art Club.
PAULA J. HOLMES: Mai.eBusiness.
SHARON HOLYCROSS: Mai.-eBusiness.
DARLENE HOOPER: Mai.-Business.
JILL HORN: Mai.-Home Economics, Service Club,
corres. sec., Red Cross Club.
SHARON HOSKINS: Mai.-Business, Service Club,
Future Nurses' Club, School Service.
H. SUE HOTTENROTH: Mai.-Social Studies, Latin,
Service Club, Techoir, Cannon Weekly, pg. I ed.:
Quill and Scroll, pres.
ARTHUR CORYDON HOYT: Mai.-Drafting, Varsity
JOSIE MAE HUDSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Future Teachers of America, Colors Commit-
tee, Special Senior Committee.
ROSEVA JOY HUGHES: Mai.-French, Social Studies,
Music, Thespians, NFL, Drama-Speech Club, French
Club, German Club, SAO Representative.
JOYCE LYNN HULL: Mai.eSociaI Studies,
ROBERT B. HUMPHREY: Mai.eMusic, Boys' Con-
CHESTER HUMPHRIES: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto
Mechanics, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Fresh-
DAVID LEE HUNTER: Mai.-Social Studies, Science,
Thespians, Drama-Speech Club, Cannon Weekly,
JOHN R. HUSER: Mai.-Social Studies, Aviation,
PATRICIA ANN HUSKISSON: Mai.-Social Studies,
School Service, SAO Representative.
JAMES W. HUTCHENS: Mai.-Mathematics, D.C.E.
BARBARA ANN ILLY: Mai.AArt, Service Club, School
DAN CHARLES IRELAND: Mai.eSociaI Studies, Math.,
Machine Drafting, Football, Wrestling, Track.
LOWELL T. IRVIN: Mai.-Printing, School Service,
VEADA MARIE IRVIN: Mai.-Social Studies, School
MAXINE E. JACKSON: Mai.-Home Economics,
GENE RAYMOND JACOBS: Mai. Social Studies, Art,
Spanish Club, sgt-at-arms: SAO Parliamentarian, Key
Club, Techoir, Art Club.
JAMES HENRY JACOBS: Mai.-Social Studies, Ma-
RONALD LYNN JACOBSON: Mai.-Social Studies,
CAROLYN K. JAMES: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Future Nurses' Club, School Service.
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SONDRA ELAINE JAMES: Mai.-Social Studies,
Spanish, Business, Spanish Club, treas., French and
Drama Speech Clubs, GAA, Future Teachers' Club,
Arsenal Cannon Weekly and Yearbook, Concert
ELWOOD JEE: Mai.-Social Studies, Architectural
Drafting, Science, Mathematics, Baseball, Wrestling,
ROBERT ALLEN JENKINS: Mai.-Social Studies, Art.
WAYNE LEON JENNINGS: Mai.-Social Studies, Lan-
guages, Spanish Club, Concert Band, Dance Band,
Concert Orchestra, Indianapolis Philharmonic Or-
chestra, Band, sgt-at-arms.
BARBARA JOHNSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
CARL LEONARD JOHNSON: Mai.-Shop.
EVELYN RUTH JOHNSON: Mai.-English.
MARK ALLEN JOHNSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Ar-
SUSAN LYNN JOHNSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Art:
Concert Orchestra, Libr.: String Ensemble, History
VIRGIL A. JOHNSON: Mai.-Drafting.
WAYNE JOHNSON: Mai.-Body and Fender, School
CHARLES E. JONES: Mai.-Body and Fender, Block
"T" Club, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Track, Var-
sity Crcss Country, School Service.
CLARENCE E. JONES: Mai,-Business, Freshman Foot-
ball, Freshman Wrestling, Reserve Track.
DONNA K. JONES: Mai.-Business, Music Club,
Cheerblock, SAO Representative, Cannon Agent.
NANCY JONES: Mai.-Social Studies, Music: Te-
choir, hostess: Madrigals, School Service, Sketchbook,
Cannon Agent, SAO Representative.
RONALD V. JONES: Mai.-Auto Trades, School Ser-
LAWRENCE L. KAELIN: Mai.-science, Social studies,
Mathematics, School Service, XYZ Club, SAO Rep-
JAMES R. KELLY: Mai.-Cabinetmaking.
KATHERINE KELLY: Mai.-Home Economics.
KAREN K. KEMPER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Home Economics: Y-Teens, sec.: Flag Twirler, SAO
.v..i,! . Q. .,
RECOMMENDATIONS COMMITTEE-Sandro Boker,
Robert McClain, Jonathon Spodorcio, Dorothy
Schaefer, Ruth Handy.
GLORIA D. KENDRICK: Mai.-Business.
MARY M. KENDRICK: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, GAA, Cheerblock, Future Nurses' Club,
Natural Science Club.
CHARLES A. KENNEDY: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
GARY W. KENNEDY: Mai.-Social Studies, Varsity
Baseball, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, SAO
Executive Board, Block "T" Club.
MARY A. KENNINGTON: Mai.-Social Studies, JCL,
Red Cross Club, Girls' Concert Club, School Ser-
STEVEN M. KERR: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics.
CAROL J. KIDD: Mai.-Business, School Service,
CLAUDIA L. KIRBY: Mai.-Social Studies, Cannon
Agent, Art Club, History Club.
GERALD E. KIRK: Mai.eBusiness, Varsity Cross
Country, Varsity Track, Art Club.
DONALD E. KITTERMAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Social Studies, School Service.
DANA SCOTT KLINCK: Mai.-Science, Mathematics,
Social Studies, Languages, School Service.
BONITA J. KNORR: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, School Service.
ROSEMARY E. KOELLING: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Science, Latin, Natural Science Club, treas.,
Techoir, Girls' Ensemble, Red Cross Club, Service
Club, Cap and Gown Committee.
K. DAVID KREIMER: Mai.-Social Studies, Spanish,
Blcck "T" Club, School Service, Varsity Football.
ROSEMARY L. KRIEL: Mai.eSocial Studies, Art,
S.A.O. Representative, School Service.
GEORGE ALBERT LANE: MairSocial Studies, Art.
VAUGHN P. LANE: Mai.-Sccial Studies.
JONATHAN LASWELL: Mai.-Social Studies, School
Service, Dance Band, Pep Band, Concert Band, Con-
JAMES D. LAW: Mai.-Printing.
CAROL A. LAWRENCE: Maif-Social Studies, Cloth-
ing, School Service.
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R. MICHAEL LAWRENCE: Mai.-Social Studies.
SANDRA S. LEHMAN: Mai.-Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies, Service Club, School Service, Cannon
JOHNNIE M. LEMMONS: Maiflioods, Y-Teens, GAA,
CARLA L. LEONARD: Mai,-Spanish, Social Studies,
Orchestra, Spanish Club, Music Club, School Ser-
PHILLIP LEVI: Mai.-Science, Shop.
JANICE LEWIS: Mai.eSociaI Studies, Science, SAO
ROBERT A. LONG: Mai.-Printing.
EDWARD LOUX: Mai.ePainting and Design, Shop.
MARILYN LOUX: Mai.-Home Economics, Business,
Service Club, School Service, SAO alt. representa-
DONALD LOVELL: Mai.-Math., Science, Social
auciies, Natural Science Club, Chemistry-Physics
SANDRA C. LUDWIG: Mai.-Music, Social Studies,
Concert Orchestra, Red Cross Club, Music Club.
RZOIZERT LUFCY: Mai.-Social Studies, Printing, Radio
CAROL J. LYKINS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Cheerblcck, GAA, School Service.
LINDA LYNN: Mai.eLanguages, School Service.
SHIRLEY LYTLE: Mai.-Social Studies, Math, XYZ
Club, Drama Club, Picnic Committee.
MICHAEL McCARTY: Mai.-Social Studies, Music,
School Service, Drama Club, Band.
DOUGLAS McCLELLAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Bas-
ketball student manager, Baseball, Football.
WILLIAM MCCONNELL: Mai.-English.
MAGELINE McCRAY: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, GAA, School Service.
CHARLES McCULLOUGH: Mai.-Social Studies, Radio
Club, Chess Club.
JOANN McDADE: Mai.-Social Studies, School Ser-
MARILYN MCDONALD: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
PAUL McDOWELL: Mai.-Aviation, Band, Aviation
Club, School Service.
BOBBY McGRAW: Mai.-Business, School Service,
LEEROY MCKINNEY: Mai.-Aviation.
CATHERINE ANN MCMAHON: Mai.-Social Studies,
French, Service Club, Red Cross, Cheerblock.
PATRICIA MABRY: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
School Service, SAO representative, GAA, Cadet
DAWN G. MACKEY: Mai.-History, Science, Busi-
ness, XYZ Club, JCL Club, Cheerblock.
MARY JO MACY: Mai.-Social Studies.
MAXINE R. MADRITSCH: Mai.-Social Studies, Ger-
man, Service Club, Red Cross Club, SAO Execu-
tive Board, Techoir, Girls' Concert Club, Arsenal
Cannon Weekly News Bureau Chief, DAR Good
Citizen, Arsenal Cannon Yearbook editor, Quill and
CONSTANCE E. MADRY: Mai.-Clothing, Social Stud-
ies, Business, GAA.
LEEROY MARSDEN: Mai.-Social Studies, Auto Me-
ANTHONY L. MARSHALL: Mai.-Airplane Mechanics,
FAITH E. MARSHALL: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Concert Orchestra.
ROBERT L. MARSHALL: Mai.-Electricity, School Ser-
JAMES R. MADDEN: Mai.
BERNARD DALE MARTIN: Mai.-Art, Social Studies,
Service Club, Techoir, Key Club, SAO representa-
JUDITH KAY MARTIN: Mai.-Social Studies, XYZ
Club, Service Club, SAO alternate representative.
REGGIE ANN MARTIN: DCE Club, Social Studies,
Home Economics, School Service.
JERRY W. MASSINGALE: Mai.-Printing.
DEAN RUSSELL MATHESON: Mai.-Radio and Tele-
DAVID MATTINGLY: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Science, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative,
Scholarship Committee, Tennis, Spanish Club, School
RONALD LEE MAY: Mai.-Business Education, German
Club, Drama-Speech Club, Thespians.
RANDALL BRUCE MAYFIELD: Mai.-Mathematics, Au-
to Shop, Cross Country, Cannon Agent.
JAMES FRANKLIN MIDDLETON: Mai.-Mathematics,
Social Studies, Business Education.
STEPHEN KEITH MILBOURN: Mai.-Social Studies,
HERMIONE E. MILES: Mai.-Social Studies, French,
Mathematics, NFL, V-Pres.: Thespians, Drama-Speech
Club, French Club, V-Pres.: Debate Team.
CAROL MILLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Spanish, Span-
CONSTANCE MILLER: Mai.-Mathematics, Science,
Phys. Ed., Service Club, History Club.
KAY MILLER: Mai.-Business.
FRANCIS MILLS: Mai.-Art, Shop.
NANCY MILTON: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
GAA, School Service.
JUDITH MINNICK: Mai.-Social Studies.
RUTH MITCHNER: Mai.-English.
LAUREN MOHLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
ROBERT MOHLER: Mai.-Social Studies.
ANITA MONTAGUE: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Science, School Service, Service Club.
JOYCE MONTGOMERY: Mai.-Social Studies, School
Service, Business, XYZ Club, pres., SAO representa-
tive, Cannon Agent.
TIMOTHY ARTHUR MOORE: Mai.-Business.
JOSEPH F. MOOTZ: Mai.-Printing.
THEODORE MORRIS: Mai.-Masonry, Shop, Football,
JACOUELINE MORRISON: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
RICHARD MOSS: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics,
STANLEY MOSS: Mai.-Social Studies, Science, Math-
ematics, Key Club, pres.
NANCY MULLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Music, Con-
cert Orchestra, Concert Club, Junior Achievement.
PHYLLIS MUMAW: Mai.-Social Studies.
DARLENE MUNDY: Mai.-Social Studies.
LOLITA DIANE MURPHY: Mai,-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Service Club.
MICHAEL EDWARD NANCE: Mai.-Shop, School Ser-
JOHN D. NELL: MaifSociaI Studies, Mathematics,
Football, capt., Basketball, co-Capt., School Ser-
vice, Baseball, Letterman's Club.
MICHAEL ARNE NELSON: Mai.-Mathematics.
RONNIE WAYNE NEW: Mai,-Shop.
CONNIE FAY NEWMAN: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, School Service, Cap and Gown Com-
JOAN LINDA NEWSOM: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
FRANK E, NICHOLS: Maj.-Business, Varsity Foot-
LOLA MONTEZ NOAKES: Mal.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, Y-Teens, SAO representative.
SANDRA LOUISE NUGENT: Mal.--Business, Home
CHARLES RONALD NUNLEY: Mai.-Printing.
GREGORY BAYNE OWEN: Mai.-Social Studies, Art,
Service Club, History Club, Art Club, Spanish Club,
XYZ Club, Human Relations Committee.
THERESA ELAINE OWSLEY: Mai.--Social Studies,
Business, Home Economics, School Service.
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SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE-Karen Safford, Dennis
Hanshew, Maxine Madritsch, Craig Borns, Astrid
Henkels. Second Row: Van Butler, Stephen Williams,
Jonathon Spadorcia, John Habig, David Mattingly.
TOMMY PARKER: Mai.-Radio and TV, Shop, Radio
JUDITH ANN PARKER: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
Economics, Service Club.
GENE J. PAYTON: Mai.-Social Studies.
SUSAN C. PEARSONS: Mai.-Social Studies, Ser-
vice Club, Red Cross Club, German Club, Drama
Club, SAO Representative, Cannon Agent.
LILA R. PERDUE: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Studies,
Business, Cannon Agent, Senior Colors Committee.
VELVET J. PERKINS: Mai.-Social Studies, Future
Nurses' Club. '
NANCY A. PERRY: Mai.-Home Economics, School
SHARON K. PETERMAN: Mai.-Home Economics.
ROBERT H. PETERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Architec-
JOHN E. PETERSON: Mai.-Mathematics, Social Stud-
ies, XYZ Club, Natural Science Club, ROTC Rifle
Team, Key Club.
MELVIN PFEIFFER: Mai.-Social Studies, Science,
French Club, Key Club, Chemistry-Physics Club,
Golf, Baseball, Wrestling.
DORIS O. PLETCHER: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
RICK PIERCE: Mai.-English.
JOHN R. POLLOCK: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
CAROLE I. POOLE: Mai.-Home Economics, Cannon
DEANA R. POWELL: Mai.-Business.
HAROLD L. POWELL, JR.: Mai.-Social Studies, Print-
ing,kROTC, Officers' Club, Rifle Team, Chess Club,
WILLIAM C. PRACHT: Mai.-Plumbing, ROTC Of-
J. MICHAEL PRESLEY: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Plumbing, Golf.
BEVERLY J. PRIBBLE: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Red Cross Club, Y-Teens, DCE vice-pres.
JAMES GARRISON PRICE: Mai.-Social Studies, Draft-
ing, Mathematics, Tennis.
JESSE WILLIAM PRICE: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Senior Intramural Basketball.
JOHN DAVID PRIDEMORE: Mai.-Social Studies, Art.
SANDRA ELAINE PROFFITT: Mai.-Business, School
SHARON KAY PUCKETT: Mai.-Home Economics, Flag
LARRY QUINN: Mai.-English.
ABRENDA JOYCE RADFORD: Mai.-Social Studies,
MELODY ANN RADZIEWICZ: Mai.-Social Studies,
Art, Latin, SAO Executive Board, Latin Club, V.
pres., Service Club, publicity manager, Sketchbook,
advertising manager, Cannon Weekly, assoc. editor.
LARRY EUGENE RAGSDALE: Mai.-Science.
STEVEN ROBERT RAMAGE: Mai.eSociaI Studies,
Mathematics, Science, Techoir, Boys' Concert Club,
RANDY LYNN RANDOL: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Science, XYZ Club, sgt-arms, ROTC Rifle
JEFFERY RANDOLF: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics.
FRED MARVIN BASNER: Mai.-Mathematics, Drafting.
GAIL ANN RATLIFF: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
MARY LOUISE RAY: Mai:-Business.
MICHAEL STEVE REED: Mai.-Social Studies, Art,
Techoir, Boys' Octette, Tennis.
WAYNE ALLEN REED: Mai.-Social Studies, Science,
Track, Football, Letterman's Club.
EVELYN RESNICK: Mai.-Social Studies, Latin, Can-
non Weekly, Yearbook, History Club, pres, Service
Club, Red Cross Club, Latin Club, School Service,
Quill and Scroll, Future Teachers of America.
SIDNEY ELLEN REYNOLDS: Mai.-Social Studies.
NANCY LOUISE RIEBE: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Service Club.
PHYLLIS ANN RIVERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Te-
choir, Girl's Ensemble.
ELIZABETH NEFF ROBERTSON: Mai.-Social Studies,
Drama Club, History Club.
CAROLYN JESSIE ROGERS: Mai.-Social Studies,
Business, Spanish Club.
DAVID LEE ROGERS: Mai.-Social Studies, Spanish.
PATSY JEAN ROGERS: MaifHome Economics, Busi-
ness, School Service.
WILLIE ROY ROGERS: Mai.-Cabinet Making, Band.
ROGER ELLIOT RONEY: Mai.-Social Studies, Art,
Cross Country, Track,
CLYDE LEE ROSEBROCK: Mai.-Social Studies, His-
tory Club, Spanish Club, School Service.
JANICE RAE ROTHENBUSH: Mai.-Social Studies,
Business, Y-Teens, Senior Convocation Committee,
Red Cross Club.
DORIS M. RUSH: Mai.-Mathematics, Business, GAA,
MARY LYNN RUSSELL: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
Elizabeth Kaltz Singers, School Service, Future Nur-
ses Club, pres.
ROBERT ALAN SADLER: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Auto Shop.
WILLIE SAMUEL: Mai.-shop.
CHARLES SANDERS: Mai.-English.
RICHARD SATKAMP: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
CHARLES F. SCAHILL: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, ROTC Drill Team, Officer, Color Guard, NCO
Club, vice-pres., Key Club.
ANITA JANE SCARBOROUGH: Mai.-Social Studies,
Physical Education, Trumpeteer, Service Club.
LARRY SCHOOLCRAFT: Mai.-Body and Fender, Foot-
ball, Letterman's Club.
JOHN MINOR SCHOWENGERDT: MaifSociaI Stud-
ies, Mathematics, Key Club, Human Relations Comm.,
ROTC, Color Guard.
RITA K. SCHOWENGERDT: Mai.-Social Studies,
German, German Club, FTA, Art Club, Service Club,
CONVOCATION COMMITTEE-llze Henkels, Roy:
mond Englctnder, Jonice Rothenbush, Kenneth Wells,
JOHN STANLEY SCZCYPINSKI: Mai.-Auto Shop.
MICHAEL TYRONE SEAGRAVES: Mai.-Carpentry,
ROTC, Boys' Concert Club, Reserve Track.
ROGER CATO SELLS: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
DAVID BERT SEXSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, German Club, Football, Basketball, Base-
ball, Block "T" Club, v. pres.: School Service.
ALBERT IRVIN SHADDAY: Mai.-Shop.
JUDITH JOANN SHARPE: Mai.-Business, Home Ec-
CONNIE JEAN SHEPPERD: Mai.-Business, Home
JANICE SHOCKLEY: Mai.-Social Studies, Science,
SAO Representative, History Club, Science Club,
NHLES LEE SHIPP: Mai.-Social Studies, Electric
WESLEY EUGENE SICKLE: Mai.-Social Studies, Var-
JEANETTE MARIE SIMMONS: Mai.-Business, Ger-
man Club, SAO Representative.
ROBRT L. SLAUGHTER: Mai.-Science, Social Stud-
ies, Natural Science Club, Drama-Speech Club,
Speech Team, NFL, Special Senior Committee.
WILLIAM HERSHEL SLOANE: Mai.-Business, Fresh-
ADDIE E. SMITH: Mai.-Social Studies, Home Eco-
ANCIITA LOUISE SMITH: Mai.-Social Studies: Cheer-
GERALD LEE SMITH: Mai.-Electricity.
LARRY RICHARD SMITH: Mai.-Printing.
LYNDA ADELE HOBBS: Mai.-English.
LYNNETTE FAITH SMITH: Mai.-Social Studies, French
Club, Service Club.
ROBERT G. SMITH: Mai.-Cabinetmaking.
TIMOTHY J. SMITH: Mai.-Shop, Social Studies.
FREDERIC LEE SNOW: Mai.-Social Studies.
JOHN DAVID SOLTAU: Mai.-Mathematics, Social
NANCY LEE SORRELL: Mai.-Home Economics, Busi-
LINDA FAY SOWDER: Mai.-Home Economics.
BARBARA JEAN SPEARS: Mai.-Social Studies, Busi-
ness, Drama Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Executive
Board, ROTC Sponsor.
GENE ALLEN SPICER: Mai.-Machine Drafting, Art,
JOHN SAMUEL SPRINGER: Mai.-Mathematics, So-
cial Studies, Science, Natural Science Club, Spanish,
Radio and XYZ Clubs: Chemistry-Physics Club,
School Service, Yearbook Staff.
DON LEE SPRINKLE: Mai.-Social Studies,
SHERMAN L. STANDIFORD: Mai.-Social Studies,
Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Thespians, XYZ Club.
LEONA B. STEINER: Mai.-Social Studies.
RONALD LOICE STANFILL: Mai.-Printing.
CAROLYN R. STEPHENS: Mai.-Social Studies,
Speech Team, History Club, Cannon Agent, SAO
ROSE S. STEVENS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
WILLIE M. STEVENSON: Mai.-Business, Home Ec-
onomics, Y-Teens, Home Economics Club.
JOHN B. STEWARD: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
EDELLEN L. STEWART: Social Studies, Business,
ROTC Sponsor, SAO Representative, Elizabeth Kaltz,
GARY E. STONE: Mai.-Machine Shop.
RANDALL K. STORM: Mai.-Body and Fender, Auto
JACKIE A. STORY: Mai.-Art.
PAMELA J. STRATTAN: Mai.-Business.
GEORGE T. STROKE: Mai.-Cabinetmaking.
ROBERT J. STRONG: Mai.-Auto body.
SHARON M. STRONG: Mai.-Social Studies, GAA.
JAMES W. SUDDARTH: Mai.-Mathematics, Social
Studies, Quill and Scroll, Seminar, Cannon News-
FREDERICK F. SUEZ: Mai.-Social Studies.
DWIGHT E. SUGGS: Mai.-Social Studies, Concert
Band, Techoir, Wrestling, Cross Country.
VICTORIA L. SUTTON: Mai.-Business, Social Stud-
ies, Mathematics, Maiorette, Techoir, Princess of
DOROTHY A. SWAN: Mai.-French, Social Studies,
Techoir, Madrigals, Elizabeth Kaltz Singers, Speech
Team, NFL, Service Club.
DAVID H. SYRUS: Mai.-Electricity, Radio, Shop.
BENJAMIN TANDY: Mai.-Social Sutdies.
RICHARD TERRY: Mai.-Social Studies, Football.
ALMA L. THOMAS: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
BETTY ANN THOMAS: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
MARGARITA S. THOMAS: Mai.-Art, GAA.
CAROLYN S. THOMASON: Mai.-Social Studies,
Business, Cheerblock, Girls' Concert Club, History
PORTIA A. THOMPSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
REBECCA THOMPSON: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
ematics, Music Club, Service Club, Drama Club,
Thespians, Speech Team, NFL, Concert Band, Te-
LINDA ELAINE THORMAN: Mai.-German, Social
Studies, Mathematics, Drama Club, treas., Maiorette,
REUBEN L. TIPTON: Mai.-Business.
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CAP 81 GOWN COMMITTEE-Rita Crawform, Connie
Newman, Van Butler, J. Diane Westmoreland, Rose-
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ROSELYN TOLIVER: Mai.-Music, Social Studies,
FTA, GAA, Music Club, Girls' Concert Club.
MARILYN S. TOMLIN: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
NICK THOMAS TOOLE: Mai.-Social Studies, Math-
MICHAEL G. TRENT: Mai.-Printing, Printing Club,
pres., Freshman Football, Golf.
NORMAN P. TRITCH: Mai.-Mathematics, ROTC Drill
SANDRA L. TRITCH: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
GLORIA D. TROUT: Mai.-Business, Social Studies,
SAO Executive Board, Red Cross Club, Service Club,
JCL, Girls' Concert Club, sec., School Service, Can-
non Agent, SAO Representative.
DENNIS JAY TSCHAN: Mai.-Aviation, Social Stud-
JENO ANN UNDERWOOD: Mai.-Social Studies,
Business, Chemistry-Physics Club, Cheerblock, School
NANCY JEAN UPTON: Mai.-Home Economics, Y-
FRED DELBERT VANLANDINGHAM: Mai.-Drafting.
BARBARA JANE VESSEY: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
nomics, School Service.
MARGARET GRACE WARNER: Mai.-Home Economics,
E. ANNETTE WAERNER: Mai.-Business, Drama-Speech
Club, NFL, Thespians.
SANDRA WALDERN: Mai.-Business.
JOHN WALKER: Mai.-Art.
DONQALD LEWIS WALL: Mai.-Carpentry, Freshman
LARRY JAMES WALTERS: Mai.-Mathematics, Radio
ROBERT STEVEN WALTERS: Mai.-Science, Business.
SELLIE LEMUEL WALTON: Mai.-Aviation.
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JUDITH L. WINCEL: Mai.-Social Studies, Business,
School Service. ,
MARY ANN WONNELL: Mai.-Business, Social
Studies: Concert Band, Drum Maior: Concert Or-
chestra, Dance Band. . ,
MAUREEN A. WOODARD: Mai.-Social Studies, Latin,
Mathematics, Girls' Concert Club, School Service..
ANDREW KERN WOODS: Mai.-Radio and TV, Radio
REBECCA L. WOODS: Mai.-Business, Home Eco-
ROACHELLE R. WOODS: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
CHERYL ANN WOOLWINE: Mai.-Business, Home
Economics, School Service.
RONALD L. WORLEY: Mai.-Auto Mechanics.
DENITA WRIGHT: Mai.-Social Studies, Music, Con-
cert Orchestra, Techoir, Girls' Ensemble, Music Club,
Drama-Speech Club, Spanish Club.
JANICE ANN WRIGHT: Mai.-Social Studies, Home
MELVIN C. WRIGHT: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Concert Band, Pep Band.
NANCY WRIGHT: Mai.-Business.
FRED WILLIAM WYETH: Mai.-Social Studies, Cab-
JOYCE ELLEN YATES: Mai.-Home Economics, School
LOUIS HENRY YATES: Mai.-Art, Track, Cross Coun-
Mli-XRY LOUISE YATES: Mai.-Auto Mechanics, ROTC.
NEAL YEAGER: Mai.-Auto Mechanics, ROTC.
HENRY VAN YEARY: Mai.-Business, Social Studies.
RONNIE YEARY: Mai.-Auto Shop.
CURTIS YOUNG: Mai.-Social Studies, Business.
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THOMAS L. WEAVER: Mai.-Refrigeration, Varsity
RAY E. WEBSTER: Mai.-Carpentry.
STEVEN L. WEBSTER: Mai.-Science, Home Economics,
JONNA WELLS: Mai.-Social Studies, French, Techoir,
Concert Band, Madrigal Singers, Senior Convocation
KENNETH S. WELLS: Mai.-Social Studies, French,
Techoir, Concert Band, Madrigal Singers, Senior
RALPH A. WENDELL: Mai.-Electricity, Mathematics,
LINDA M. WENZ: Mai.-Home Economics, Business,
Service Club, History Club, Future Nurses' Club,
Natural Science Club, Cheerblock.
DIANE WESTMORELAND: Mai.-Social Studies, Lang-
uages, Drama-Speech Club: JCL, pres.: French Club,
Special Senior Committee, SAO Representative,
School Service, Concert Orchestra, Techoir, Natural
MARY WESTERFIELD: Mai.-Home Economics.
THOMAS C. WHICKER: Mai.-Latin, Social Studies.
OLIVER WHITTED: Mai.-Science, Social Studies,
Music, Business, ROTC.
RONALD WILLIAM WIENEKE: Mai.-Drafting.
WILLIAM L. WILHAM: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathe-
matics, Natural Science Club, Boys' Concert Club,
Key Club, Freshman Basketball, Varsity Baseball,
Reserve Cross Country.
BILLY JOE WILKERSON: Mai.-Science, Reserve
JAMES ARTHUR WILLIAMS: Mai.-Science, Social
Studies, Mathematics, Languages, Boys' Concert Club,
LARRY L. WILLIAMS: Mai.-Machine Shop.
LEWIS ELIA WILLIAMS: Mai.-Home Economics.
EFAYMOND E. WILLIAMS: Mai.-Plumbing, Metal
DENNIS R. WILSON: Mai.-Welding, Art, Football,
Varsity Wrestling, Track, Cannon Agent.
JUDY WILSON: Mai.-Home Economics.
RONALD THURMAN: Mai.-Refrigeration, Boys' Concert Club, School Service,
RUTH A. WIGGINGTON: Mai.-Business, GAA.
BENNIE GENE WILSON: Mai.-English.
MAXINE R. WINER: Mai.-Social Studies.
ELIZABETH YOUNG: Mai.-Social Studies, Red Cross Club, Concert Club.
JILL YOUNG: Mai.-Social Studies, Mathematics, Business, XYZ Club.
PATRICIA YOUNG: Mai.-Social Studies.
SCOTT A. YOUNG: Mai.-Social Studies, Shop, Welding, Gate Guard.
SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Larry Bailey, Milton O. Ball, George Brown, E. Sanders, James E. Shrece, Jr., William F. Slaten, Freddie L. Taylor
Sandy Chappell, Bennie Farmer, Earl Lee Griffin, Jr., Sidney E. Hayes, Douglas G. Toole, Larry Trueblood, Jim Woolridge, Henry C. Walker
Robert F. Hillman, Daniel Keaton, Sharon Lee Luke, Charles D. McKay, Pamela Waller, Phillip K. Williams, Harry W. Wright.
Glen Mason, Carolyn J. Patterson, Carolyn Richard, Morris R. Roland, Henry
Seniors pack away high school as summer vacation begins.
SENIOR COUNCIL-Front Row: Rene Lewin, sgt'at-
arms, Karen Safford, v-pres., Richard Detty, pres.,
Kathleen Huter, sec. Row 2: Patricia White, Betty
Bell, Dorothy Schaefer, Craig Borns, Larry Charn-
pion, Dorothy Wood, Ruth Handy, Pam Hunt. Row
3: Linda Craig, Robert McClain, James Patterson,
Dennis Hanshew, Stephen Williams, Timothy Mosier,
Wayne Rettig, Clifford Chandler, Sandra Baker. Row
4: Donald Sunman, Jonathan Spadorcia, John Habig.
PICNIC COMMITTEE-Karen Gorman, Joyce Mont
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As the sun sets on the closing page of this yearbook, The days have gone fast. It seems that only yesterday
we the Yearbook Staff of T964 would like to acknow- we were making plans, writing copy, and taking pic-
ledge some of the people who have made it possible. tures for our yearbook. Now it is finished, and we would
Often they have gone out of their way to help us. They like to say thank you to the 'many friends who have
have lifted our spirits with smiles and understanding. made ourtask easier.
Many businesses have given us their time and The Yearbook Staff
, . .
Mr. Walker, who hid donuts in his desk ....
New Staffers, who got the impression that they had to work.. .
Mary, who cluttered the blackboard with her notes...
Mrs. R., who made our Christmas complete with her green and red hose. . .
Mr. Puckett, who served as our "crying towel". . .
James Leon Aaron 103
Mark Aaron 45
David Abbett 30,72
Jacki Abbett 43,54
Barbara Joan Abbott 40,41,100,103
Betty Jean Abbott 29,33,103
Carolyn Adams 41
Nancy Anne Adams 52,53
Stephanie Adams 103
William Adams 26
Sharon Ruth Addler 103
Eugene Akers 72
Lucinda Albertson 40
Nancy Adler 103
David Allen 47
Lawrence Edward Allen 44,55
Paul Allen 26,28
Rosie Allen 41,48,49
Nicholas Alm 68
Robert Amos 103
Alberta Anderson 48,103
Aubrey Anderson 60
Carolyn Diane Anderson 103
Donna Lou Anderson 39,40,57,103
James Anderson 103
Mildred Anderson 49
Shirley Angel 103
Stephanie Armour 49
John Armstrong 44
James Arnett 103
Jackie Asher 28,52,53
Josephine Ashley 29
Marilyn Atherton 52,54
Nancy Atherton 103
Daniel Auble 55
Leroy Avery 60,68
Michael Avery 47,49,60,103
Nancy Ayers 103
Warren Ayers 61
Loretta Ruth Backus 40,103
Daniel C. Bacon 26,28,30,32,38
Richard Bacon 41,61
Doris Jean Badger 103
Timothy Baines 60
Dennis Baker 60
Ollie Baker 46
Patricia Sue Baker 103
Ronald Baker 67
Sandra Kay Baker 34,35,50,62,100,102,
1 13,1 16,123
Jerry L. Ballinger 52,53
Linda Jean Banta 43
Aliphair Barger 103
Diane Michael Barker 103
Danny Omar Barnard 103
Deborah Anne Barnett 42
Geneva Sue Barnett 103
Lillie Mae Barnett 42,43
Rose Marie Barnett 35,103
James Earl Barr 103
Melvin E. Barr 40,44,103
Clementine Barrow 46
Larry Barth 103
Donald Allen Bartlett 45,103
Frances Bass 33
Phillip Lawrence Bass 56,103
Riley Bates 72,75
Janice Kaye Battenberg 57,100,103,106
Steve Bauerle 61,73
Thomas Frank Bean 103
Essie Marie Beasley 42
Margaret Beasley 42
Daniel Joseph Beath 103
Robert A. Beck 43
Karen Kay Beckman 103
Clarence Beckwith 73
Lewis C. Beem 68
John A. Beeson 103
Tom Beeson 33
Kenneth B. Beight 26,28
Dennis Anthony Belcher 103
R. Steven Belding 30,31,38,44,49,74
Betty Lou Bell 40,56,100,102,108,123
Connie Sue Bell 103
Rebecca R. Bender 42,43,47,56
Peggy Berchkas 39,43
Maxine lone Berry 103
Karen Kay Biech 40
Larry A. Biech 33
Michael Billhyrner 47
Yolanda J. Bishop 49
Carolyn Black 103
Teresa Ann Black 52,53,54
Janice Irene Bland 47,49,104
Carol E. Blount 49
Carl Steven Blue 49,60,70,104
Charles N. Blume 55
Nathaniel Blunt 48
Jack Babbitt 104
William A. Bolander 24,25,28,55,56
Ethel Ann Bond 104
Fredric Bonnet 41
James Alexander Boone 49,64,70,104
Siegfried C. Borczak 68
Kathryn M. Borden 47,52
Allen Lee Borneman 74,104
Graig Ray Borns 34,35,38,100,102,
1 1 1,123
James Allen Bostic 49,64,70,104
Peggy Jean Boswell 33,104
Jerry Richard Bowers 104
Elizabeth Marie Bowles 104
Clarence Albert Bowman 104
Claude Boyd 104
Nancy Boyd 28,30,32
William Boyd 45
Cynthia Louise Bradley 100,104,123
Randall Osborne Bradshaw 104
Jo Ann Brady 35,39,50
Ronald Lee Branham 104
Marlene K. Branson 104
Cleo Brasher 29,33,44,47
Jeri Lee Brasher 27,104
Bennett Harold Braswell 104
Roger Irvin Braswell 104
Betty Brewer 39,40
Ines M. Brewer 39,41,104
Robert Louis Brewer 44
Kerry L. Brinkley 49
Roger Brinkley 28
Janice Fay Britt 30,105
Sue Ann Brockman 52,53,54
Marsha Lynn Bromagen 100,104,105
Ralph H. Brooks 61
Robert Lee Brooks 105
Roberta Lee Brooks 40,105
Anita Jane Brown 105
A. Elaine Brown 105
Celess Brown 105
Charlene Frixella Brown 28,43,105
Charlene Brown 42
Donald Brown 42
Eli Brown 60,68,69
Janice Ailene Brown 105
Judith Ann Brown 105
Larry Eugene Brown 105
Marie Gail Brown 105
Marvine William Brown 105
Roger Clarence 105
Sandra K. Brown 29,33
Stella L. Brown 49
Steven M. Brown 61,73
Richard Lavon Bruce 105
Donald David Bryant 105
E. William Bryant 26
Sandra Kay Bryson 105
Donald Buchanan 68
Richard Lee Buchanan 42,105
Kenneth Robert Buck 105
Paul Kenneth 105
Pamela L. Burch 28
James F. Burks 60
. Burks 44
Donna Marie Burnette 105
Karess J. Burnham 26
Penny Sue Bingham 40,105
Jerrel Burns 105
Judith E. Burns 33
Karla Kay Burns 30,35,40,105
Judith Ann Burton 105
Sylvia Ann Bushfield 105
Mary Josephine Bussell 105
Van Hysel Butler 30,32,38,100105
Catherine Byers 105
Juanita Byers 49
Beatrice Loretta Byroad 105
Anthony Cabbell 60,68,72
Kenneth E. Calhoune 46
Spencer Caldwell 73
Robert Adrian Callis 105
Sharon L. Calvin 43,47,56
Helen Louise Camp 105
Thomas Allen Campbell 38,105
Karen Jean Cannon 105
Michael Eugene Cantwell 105
Thomas Edgar Caplinger 105
Kathy J. Carman 43,49
Doris Kay Carr 105
John Michael Carroll 106
Cyril Earl Carter 60,72
Joan Christine Carter 105
Marvin Edgar Carter 105
Frances Audrea Caruthers 105
Marion Casey 72
William Cassidy 75
Cyrille John Catellier 105
Donna Gatlin 45
Gordon D. Caudill 26,28,30,32,38,39
Manzel Caudle 106
Larry Champion 70
Cliff Chandler 74
Barbara J. 'Cheshire 41,49
Steven J. Chestnut 44
Diane M, Childers 47
Donna Louise Childers 106
Terrie Lee Chris 35,39,40,49,106,118
Petrine Jane Christein 39,53,55,57,100
Martha J. Church 41,49
Phillip David Church 106
Michael Joseph Claprodt 106
Beverly A. Clark 33
Gary Lynn Clark 106
Joyce Elaine Clark 33,106
Linda Jo Clark 101,106
Louis Robert Clark 68,73
Mary F. Clark 42,100,106
Richard C. Clark 26,43,44,52,54
Ronald Stevens Clark 106
Carl Clay 73
Glinda L. Clevenger 47
Paula K. Cline 46,52,53,54
Carol Sue Coapstick 41,56
Carl David Coats 106
John Coe 73
William Colfer 106
David Coffin 44,74
Alice Fay Coleman 106
Zeporia Mae Coleman 106
Bruce Collester 26
Gary Luis Collins 106
Mary E. Collins 42
Patricia Elaine Collins 106
Diane Comer 29,130,107
William R. Conour 38,43
Asael Contreras 33
Josue Contreras 42
L. Sue Cook 27,30,40,100,107
Larry Cook 67,73
Susan Cook 27,75
William Dean Cook 107
Carla J. Cooper 33
Judy A. Copas 47
Frances Anne Copeland 107
Douglas Arnold Corbin 107
Henry Cork 73
Jack Corpuz 43
Larry Edgar Corron 60,107
Mary Elizabeth Couch 107
Suzanne Marie Couch 107
Patricia Joanne Coulter 107
Jack Richard Couse, ll 45,107
Candace R. Covert 42,47
Carol Diane Cowger 107
Alfred Lee Cox 29,33,40,44,46,107
Cary D. Cox 47,61,73
Donald Ray Cox 107
Thomas Michael Cox 107
Wilburn Glen Craft 107
Linda Sue Craig 30,40,50,102,110,123
Lisabeth Anne Cramer 107
Rita Joan Crawford 30,100,107,120
Thomas R. Creasser 26,28,44,68,74,136
Steven A. Croddy 107
James Bevin Crodian 60,107
Roberta Kay Crooke 28
Lillie Mae Cross 42
Sherry Lynn Cross 63
Clifford Curran 52,53,54
Otis Curry 66
David Cutshaw, 60,68
John Dale 107
Earnest Ray Dallman 38,49,74,107
James Donald Dalton 107
Jane Ann Dalton 107
Robert Berry Dammond 107
Shirley Kay Daniel 107
Steve Daugherty 50
Steven Charles Davenport 107
Diane Rosalie Davis 107
John Charles Davis 107
Linda S. Davis 46
Miriam Lorraine Davis 107
Patricia Ann Davis 107
William Henry Dawn 122
Frank Deal 107
Morris Dean 66
Sandra Day Deatline 107
David Alon Dehart 107
Herbert Deldine 61
John W. De Moss 60
Linda Demundrum 33
David N. Denham 30,38
Jerry Neal Dennis 107
John Derick 45
Lynn L. Detty 40
Richard Brooks Detty 38,40,49,74,100,
Stephen Lloyd Deuser 107
David S. Devine 33
Janice Marie Devine 26,33
William J. Devitt 61,68
Earl Dick 122
Steve Dicken 41
Dianne Jeannine Dickey 100,107
Herbert S. Dildine 68
Steve Dildine 73
Danny Doan 75
Jerry Dockery 67
William Thomas Donahue 107
Sharon Ann Donahue .26,28,33
William J. Donavan 38,60
Jerry Tyrone Dorsey 40,41
Edith Lcivon Doss 107
Beverly J. Dotson 107
Judith Ann Doty 48,107
Carrie Douglas 108
Charlotte Ann Dowdell 108
Martha Anna Drexlor 108
Timothy James Duggan 108
Barbara Jean Dumes 49,108
Katherine Dumes 49
Cynthia J. Duncan 49
Shelby Willard Duncan 33,108
Fredric Wallace Dunkman 42,70
George Thomas Durbin 108
Joan Lavonne Duree 108
Charles Edward Durick 108
James Richard Durick 108
Paul Joseph Dwigans 108
Anne E. Duthie 26,28,29,30,32
Ellen Eads 29,43,47,52,53,54
George Eads 29,47,52,53
Jessie Ealy 61,67,73
Johnny Ealy 60,72
Charles Eberhardt 108
Carole Edwards 40,108
George Egelhoe 61,67
Ada Eicks 108
Loyd Eldridge 49,60,68
Charles Elliott 108
Pamela Elliott 108
Larry Ellis 60
Peggy Ellis 108
Phyllis Ellis 48,108
Ralph Ellis 108
Steven Ellis 108
Raymond Englander 28,30,32,38,100,
Robert Engleking 109
Florence English 109
Arthur Enlow 68
Mike Ensminger 60,68
Frances Epler 109
Timothy Erne 109
Carol Esarey 47,52
Linda Evans 33,35
Erma Evans 109
Floyd Evans 60,66,72
Janny Evans 109
Raymond Evons 28,33,38,100
Sue Evans 45,49,109
Phillip Farb 109
Bennie Farmer 122
Jerry Farmer 109
Thomas Farrell 109
James Ferguson 61,67,73
Rudolph Finnell 26,28,68,109
Gary Flannery 109
Donna Flater 109
Anthony Fleener 41
Joseph Flores 44,109
Claudia Flouke 52
Cheryl Fogleman 41,46
James Fogleman 61
Janine Fogleman 49
Terry Fogleman 109
Anna Kathy Fogleson 47,52
William Fogleson 109
Carolyn Forbis 30,109
Carolyn Ford 109
James Ford 30,109
Tony Foreman 68
Jeanne Forkner 26,33
Ronald Foster 26
Francis Fox 109
Phillis Frank 109
Judy Frantzreb 44
Carolyn French 49
Betsy Freeze 109
Carolyn French 109
Clara Frisbie 43,109
Sherry Fuller 109
Michael Funke 45,109
William Funke 68,73
Richard Furgason 109
Ross Furry 67,73
Rosalie Gabbard 109
Anthony Gabbrell 60
Janice Lee Goalema 41
James Thomas 109
Michael Keith Galvon 109
Lynn Gartrell 75
Georgeann Gary 109
Donna Jean Gatlin 109
Mary S. Gaunce 41,44,46,48
Sandra E. Gaunce 41,44,46
Kenneth Odell Gearlds 45,109
Helen Margaret Geddes 109
Lana C. Geminden 49
Sandra Kay George 109
David R. Gephart 61
David Gephorst 61
Betty Carol Gilbert 109
Donald S. Gill 40
Nancy Marie Gillam 109
Barbara Gilmore 41
Pamela Ann Glenn 41
Velman Graham 60,68,69
Robert Graham 50
Karen Lou Gorman 100,110,123
Alva Dale Goshen 110
Judith Ann Goodwin 110
Milred Beatrice Gordon 49,110
Jenny Lee Goodnight 26,30,44,5
Linda Ann Goode 39
Ronald E. Grasshoff 60
Linda Gail Gray 110
Charlotte Ann Grebe 30,50,110
James Richard Green 110
Linda Kay Green 110
Norman Lowell Green 110
Ronnie Green 75
Caroline K. Gribben 41
Curlee Griffin 68
Earl Lee Griffin 110
Roymond Joseph Griffin 110
Jennie Ann Griffis 110
Paul David Briffis 110
Donald Dean Griffith 46,110
Wayne H. Cross 30,38,60
Stephen Grove 42
Beverly Sue Grubbs 110
Gloria Grubbs 42,110
Emily J. Guillon 28,43,55
Linda Jo Gullion 42
Donald E. Guthrie 33
John Christian Habig 30,32,46,100,102,
Linda Elaine Hack 110
Jerry James Hagerty 110
Cleo Hall 73,75
Sandra Jean Halton 110
Robert James Hamm 110
Barbara A. Homan 42
Barry Hammond 68
Chris L. Hammond 24,50,63
Mary Louise Hand 27
Sarah Elizabeth Hand 110
David Handy 60
James Handy 26
Ruth Marion Handy 30,32,39,40,50,
Jill D. Hansford 48
Dennis Martin Hanshew 55,56,100,102,
Deanna A. Hardy 63
Mary Sandra Hargis 33,110
Ralph Gilbert Harr 110
Jerry Harrell Jr. 64
Jim Harrell 60
Joe Harris 26
Patricia Noel Harris 111
Carolyn Sue Hartman 26
Dave C. Harvey 64
Stephen Douglas Harvey 111
Susan E. Harvey 63
Luther W. Hastings 26
Richard Hausz 43
Linda Darnell Hawkins 111
David Hawley 26,41
John Harrison Hawley 41 ,1 11
Chappell R. Hayes 28
Sidney E. Hayes 122
Sharon Hedderick 49
Barbara Joan Hedges 111
Patty Heitzman 63
Tommy Heitzman 60,72
Nora Helfferich 61,68
James E. Henderson 26,28,38,68
Joe Henderson 66
Charles David Hendrickson 52,54,111
Gerald S. Henderickson 29,44,111
Astric Pauline Henkels 44,55,56,100,
llze Erne Henkels 44,45,46,55,56,100,
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Jim Herald 60,66
Charlotte Herrington 49
Sharon Herrington 33
Judith Hester 46
Michael Stuart Hickey 67
Richard W. Hight 52,53,54,56
Becky Hill 63
Joyce Elaine Hill 111
Lorraine Hill 27
Robert Hillman 122
Kenneth R. Hilton 43,46,56
William Hineman 74
Kristin Elizabeth Hirschler 26,111
Juanita Hirsehy 33,47
Robert A. Hirschy 43
Larry Hobson 43
Deborah Hockenbeamer 26
Donald Hockersmith 44,111
Lemore Durham Hodges 30,111
Ralph E. Hodgson 30,33
Melvin Hoetling 30
Sue Hohnke 26
Jeff Holbrook 60
Valerie Holden 40
Roger A. Holder 61,73
Jeffrey L. Hollbrook 60,72
Regina Lee Holliday 111
Peggy Ann Hollowell 48,49,100,111
Paula Jean Holmes 111
Sharon Lee Holycross 111
Sylvia Darlene Hooper 111
Mary Jean Hopping 26,28,29,30,32,35,
Jill Suzanne Horn 39,40,97,111
Ronald Horton 43
Robert Hoskins 44
Sharon Lee Hoskins 41,111
Henrietta Sue Hottenroth 30,55,56,l12
Betty A. Howard 48
Jane Howard 41
Richard Howard 68
Jody Howe 43,44
Arthur Corydon Hoyt 112
Beverly Ann Hoyt 34,35,39,40,102,111
Daniel Hoyt 66,70
Margaret Huber 28
Josie Mae Hudson 101,106,112 -
Janet S. Huebner 43,44
Kenneth Hughes 33,35,38,50,68,70
Roseva Joy Hughes 54,101,112
Joyce Lynn Hull 112
Susan C. Humbarger 30,48
Robert B. Humphrey 112
Chester Humphries 49,60,112
Donna B. Hunt 28,30,33,35,39
Pamela Jeanne Hunt 30,33,35,39,43,
Virginia Hunt 42
David Hunter 52,53,112
Peggy S. Hupp 52,53
John Robert Huser 112
Patricia Huskisson 112
James William Hutchens 112
Kathleen Susan Huter 27,30,40,101,
Michael Hyatt 56
Barbara Ann Illy 112
Dan Charles Ireland 49,60,72,101,112
Steven lngels 53,54
Lowell Thomas Irvin 112
Veada Marie lrvin 112
Francis Inez lsham 49
Francis Inez lsham 49
Cheryl M. Jackson 33
Maxine Elizabeth Jackson 112
Suellan Jackson 47
Tyrone Jackson 75
Walter Jackson 47
Gene Raymond Jacobs 38,112
James Henry Jacobs 112
Ronald Lynn Jacobson 112
Carolyn K. James 112
Darnell J. James 26
Sondra Elaine James 28,42,43,55,57,
John Jarrett 60,72
Keith Jarvis 45
Elwood Jee 49,70,112
Robert Allen Jenkins 112
Wayne Leon Jennings 26,112
Barbara Ann Johnson 112
Carl Leonard Johnson 112
Charles B. Johnson 68
Donna Jean Johnson 49
Evelyn Ruth Johnson 112
Fred Johnson 31
Glen Johnson 66
Macky Johnson 72
Mark Alan Johnson 112
Michael W. Johnson 64
Nancy Ann Johnson 28,49
Richard Johnson 30
Ronald Johnson 60,72
Susan Lynn Johnson 28,45,112
Virgil Alva Johnson 112
Wayne Johnson 112
Beverly Jo Jones 42
Charles Edward Jones 112
Clarence Edward Jones 112
Donna Dianne Jones 112
Ernest Wayne Jones 48
Nancy Jones 30,32,1l2
Ronald Vern Jones 45,112
Dennis Jordan 61
Theodore Jordan 33
Lawerence Kaelin 112
Bob Kaiser 70
Kathleen Karol 52,54
Jerry Karr 33,35,44
Jerry Keen 68
Patricia Keller 49
Catherine Kelley 112
James Richard Kelly 112
Karen Kemper 112
Gloria Kendrick 113
Mary Kendrick 49,113
Charles Kennedy 113
Gary Kennedy 35,4O,49,6O,64,72,113
Mary Ann Kennington 39,42,45,113
Nikki Kennison 33,39,42
Steven Kerr 113
Carol Kidd 40,113
Beverly King 52
Claudia Kirby 113
Linda Kirby 29,42
Gerald Kirk 113
John Kirkbride 60,68,69
Steven Kirkbride 68
Clarence Kirkman 113
Larry Kirkman 73
Augustus Kissee 48
Donald Kitterman 113
Kenneth Kitts 30
Dana Klinck 113
Bonita Jane Knorr 26,113
Rosemary Koelling 30,101,113,120
Bob Kollmeyer 74
Suzanne Kreiger 33,42
David Kreimer 42,49,60
Karl Kreimer 42,49,113
Rosemary Kriel 113
John Kuhn 38,68,72,75
Mike Kulik 73,75
Phillip Kunkel 30,60
John Laffey 74
Ruthie Lagle 28
Becky Lainge 43
George Lane 113
Vaughn Lane 113
William Lane 42,43
Gloria Lashbrook 48
Johnathan Laswell 28,113
Ronald Lavely 47
James Law 113
Carol Lawrence 113
Robert Lawrence 114
Steven Lawrence 30,55
Eddie Leavell 61
Mitchell Ledtord 26,28
Earl Lee 33,72,75
Harold Lee 68
Sandra Lehman 114
Grant Lemons 114
Mae Lemons 114
Trudy Lenox 33,57
Carla Leonard 28,42,114
Stephen D. Leonard 44,50,57
Steven R. Leonard 33,53,54
Kay Lester 55,56
Rene Robert Lewin 24,30,31,35,38,4O,
Phillip Owens Levin 114
Evelyn Lewin 30,50,62
Donna A. Lewis 41
Janice L. Lewis 114
Jimmie R. Lewis 30
Nedra L. Lewis 41,42,57
Jean A. Link 49
Mike Lonpkin 47
Robert Alten Long 114
Elena L. Looper 26,42
Glee D. Looper 30,42
Edward Aloysuis Loux 114
Marilyn Yvonne Loux 45,114
Donald Martin Louvell 33,44,114
Janice E. Lucas 49
Sandra Carolyn Ludwig 114
Robert Donald Lufcy 114
Carol Jean Lykins 114
Linda Lynn Jones 114
Fred Lynch 75
Charles Lytle 44
Shirley Ann Lytle 44,100,114,123
John McAndrews 42
Mary Myrtle McAree 35,4l,42,55,56,
Jeffrey McAtee 26
Greg McCall, 70
Michael Wayne McCarty 26,114
Robert H. McClain 50,102,113
Dean McClary 47
Donald McClary 47
Douglas E, McCleelan 114
Victoria J. McClung 42
William H. McConnel 114
James McCormick 61
Mageline McCray 114
Charles T. McCullough 114
Jo Ann McDade 114
Marilyn K. McDonald 114
Paul D. McDowell 26,114
Jerry McGray 68
Darline McGee 49
Chester McGill 75
Bobbie R. McGraw 114
Gary McGary 68
Charles D. McKay 122
Richard McKenna 55
Lee Roy McKinney 114
Robert McKinney 73
Catherine A. McMakon 114
Bertha M. McMellin 41
Eric G. McQueen 26
Patricia Mabry 114
Dawn G. Mackey 100,114
Mary Jo Macy 114
James Madden 144
Maxine R. Madritsch 30,35,37,39,4O,55,
Constance E. Madry 114
Wendell E. Madny 60
William C. Mansfield 61
Leo Roy Marsden 114
Anthony L. Marshall 114
Arlester J. Marshall 33,43
Faith E. Marshall 28,114
Philip Marshall 67
Robert L. Marshall 114
Bernard D. Martin 30,35,38,114
Judith Martin 40,114
Reggie Ann Martin 114
Leroy Mason 73
Jerry W. Massingale 114
Tante Masters 39,40,63
Dean Russell Matheson 115
Deeann Mathis 35,47,55,57
Matt Matlik 44
David Michael Mattingly 38,115,116
Thomas T. Mattingly 67
Dortha C. May 82
Mary M. May 29,39
Ronald' Lee May 53,115
Thomas May 52,53,54
Randall Bruce Mayfield 115
Kendall Meador 29
Larry Medcalfe 35,60,66,72
Susan Meeks 52,53,54,56
Stephen Louis Meid 41
Patricia Michael 29
James Franklin Middleton 115
Stephen Keith Milloourn 115
Hermione E. Miles 52,54,56,100,115
Carole Yvonne Miller 40,115
Constance Leigh Miller 115
John Miller 42
John S. Miller 30
John T. Miller 30
Joyce E. Miller 43
Judith E. Miller 29
Karla Kay Miller 115
Marilyn S. Miller 27,28,47,97
Wayne Miller 44,48
Francis E. Mills 115
Nancy Yvonne Milton 115
Carol L. Mindach 52
Judith Joan Minnick 115
Joseph Misback 30,32,38,60
Evelyn Mitchell 43
Ruth Mitchner 115
Joseph Francis Moatz 115
Kathleen S. Moeller 39
Lauren Marie Mohler 115
Robert Leahom Mohler 115
Mary Monschein 30
Anita Marie Montaque 115
Yvonne Montaque 41
J. Edward Montgomery 33
Joyce Ellen Montgomery 44,115,123
Joyce Montgomery 40,100
Marcia Kay Montgomery 40,44
Sharon M. Montgomery 40
Deborah Jane Moody 49
Mildred Moore 33
Timothy Arthur Moore 115
Delores E. Moralez 40
Donna Morgan 40
Mary Jo Morgan 26,57
Roderick Morgan 33,38,43,60,72
Gene Wesley Morris 26
Theodore R. Morris 115
Jacqueline Sue Morrison 115
Jack L. Morton, Jr. 30,38,44
Guy Timothy Mosier 30,38,40,101,1O
Robert Mosley 73
Richard Anthony Moss 115
Stan Moss 74
Bernard P. Muffler 60,72
Nancy Elizabeth Muller 115
Phyllis Joan Mumaw 115
Darlene Mundy 115
Michael Edward Nancy 115
Kent R. Nay 33,38,42
John Dwight Neil 4O,49,60,64,65,7O
Kenneth C. Nelms 42
Michael Arne Nelson 115
Ronnie Wayne New 115
Susan D. Newell 28
C. Williams Newkirk 33
Connie Fay Newman 26,115
Joan Linda Newsom 45,115
Frank Edward Nichols 49,115
Elvian Nious 68
Lela Montez Noakes 115
Barbara C. Noffke 43
Sandra Louise Nugent 115
Charles Ronald Nunley 115
Carol A. Oakley 28,44
Jeffery Oliveira 42,61
James Osborne 75
Gregory Owen 40,42,44,48,115
Raymond Owen 45
Tom Owen 60
Theresa Elaine Owsley 115
Tommy L. Palmer 116
Frederick Panhorst 44
Bruce Parish 50
David Parks 60
Jimi Sue Parker 116
Gertrude Y. Parr 41
Judy A. Parrish 27
Jolie W. Patterson 41,136
William James Patterson 38,102,123
Clarence Pavey 29
Thomas Payne 68
Gene T. Payton 116
Susan Grace Pearson 39,4O,116
Steven Pedlow 56
Mary Lynn Pfeiffer 4O,45,46,52,53
Melvin Lewis Pfeiffer 30,116
Melvin Penick 50
Diana L. Pennington 41
Lila Ruth Perdue 106,116
Velvet T. Perkins 116
Nancy Ann Perry 116
Robert H. Peters 116
Sharon Kay Peterman 116
John Edward Peterson 38,39,50,116
C. Christine Petree 26,43,46
Keith Phemister 30
Carolyn S. Phillips 40
Judith R. Phillips 33
Penny L. Pickett 33,39,40,49
Rick Pierce 116
Charles Pittman 47,72,75
David L. Pittman 68
James L. Pittman 47
Marty Pitts 75
Neil Placek 67,74
Karen L. Platt 48
Doris Opal Pletcher 116
Linda L. Poland 33
John Pollock 116
J. Michael Polson 33,38
Beverly A. Polvadore 48
Karol J. Ponsler 40,42
Carole I. Poole 116
Sara Porter 46
Deana Rae Powell 116
Douglas Powell 41,43
Harold Powell 41,50,72,116
Lelen Powell 40
William Charles Pracht 50,116
Christin Preist 28,3O,32
J. Michael Presley 116
Beverly Jo Pribble 116,145
Earl Price 72
James Garison Price 117
Jesse William Price 117
Michael T. Price 66
Thomas E. Price 66
John David Pridemore 74,117
Ruth E. Pridemore 49
Steve Pridemore 75
Sandra Elaine Proffit 117
Chester Pryor 73
Larry E. Pryor 55
Sharon Kay Puckett 117
Alice Purvis 43,46
Kenneth G. Purvis 41 ,43,46
Peter V. Putelis 28,38
Daisy L. Quick 41
Larry Quinn 117
Abrenda Joyce Radford 117
Melody Ann Radziewicz 35,55,56,101,
Larry Eugene Ragsdale 117
Steven Robert Ramage 30,31,117
Randy Lynn Randal 30,44,117
Jeffery Randolph 117
Ruth I. Randolph 43
Fred Marvin Rasener 117
Gailann Rasener 117
Jay Ratliff 33
Gary Ray 26
Mary Louise Ray 117
Michael Steven Reed 30,31 ,1 17
Wayne Alan Reed 60,117
Dollie Reese 42,49
Linda K. Reeves 49
Evelyn F. Resnick 39,40,42,46,47,55,56,
Diane K. Ressinger 39,4O,47
H. Wayne Rettig 102,108
Sidney E. Reynolds 40,117
Annette Louise Rhem 49
Ronald Richards 60,72
Judith C. Richardson 47
Nancy Louise Riebe 117
Richard Riegel 48
Marcella Risk 35
Phyllis Ann Rivers 30,117
Diane J. Roberts 30
Dianna J. Roberts 47,52
Mary Roberts 52
Bertha Robertson 41
Elizabeth Neff Robertson 1 17
Jerry Robertson 29
John Robertson 30
Bertha M. Robinson 41
Charles Rodocker 30,52,53
Ronald C. Rodocker 33,52,53
Greg Roe 73
Carolyn Jessie Rogers 117
David Lee Rogers 117 '
Patsy Jean Rogers 117
Michael Roney 73
Karen Louise Safford 27,35,39,101,102,
Arthur Sams 49,60,72
Willie Samuel 117
Charles Sanders 60,117
Charles Sanders 60,66
Steven Sanders 60,66,72
Richard Ellis Satkamp 117
Sherry Sayles 42
Charles F. Scahill 38,117
Edwin C. Scahill 33,38
James R. Scalf 47,68
Anita Jane Scarborough 117
Dorothy Jean Schaefer 55,57,62,102,123
Jack A. Schaefer 67
Jill Schmidt 62,63
Steve Schmidt 74
Sharryl Schoeneway 33,50,63
Brenda Schoengerdt 43
Rita Kay Schoengert 43,101,104,117
Larry Joe Schoolcraft 60,117
John Schowengerdt 30,31,38,117
Linda Schowengerdt 43
Steve Schreiber 45
Evelyn Schuller 52,53,54,57
James Scott 68
John Scott 72
Leonard Scott 68
Marklin Scott 33
Ralph Scruggs 60
John Stanley Sczcysinski 118
Michael Tyrone Seagraves 118
Gerald Sears 67
Donna Seibert 26
Roger Cato Sells 118
Dorcea Senour 46
Dennis Selms 49,75
Mickey Seulean 43,74
Richard Sexson 73
David se-mn 40,49,60,64,101,118
Albert Shadday 118
Judith Joan Sharpe 118
Janice Sheetz 26,41
Robert Shelby 26,28
Connie Jean Shepperd 118
Miles Lee Shipp 118
Janice Shockley 118
Warren Kemp Shobe 60
Roger Shockley 68
Wesley Eugene Sickle 60,118
Chris Siff 75
Hans M. Sigg 28,50
Carol Simmons 26,35
Jeanette Marie Simmons 43,118
William Franklin Slaten 52
Patricia Slaughter 52
Robert L. Slaughter 118
William Hershel Slone 118
Addie E. Smith 118
Anita Louise Smith 38,62,118
Billy Smith 61,67
Eleanor Smith 35,50,62
Gerald Smith 118
Jim Smith 72
Larry Smith 118
Linda Smith 26
Lynda Hobbs 118
Lynnette Smith 118
Robert Smith 118
Timothy Smith 119
William Smith 28,30,41,52
Lorraine Snorden 41
Frederic Snow 119
Alan Snyder 47
James Soltau 42
John Soltau 30,31,119
Nancy Sorrell 119
Linda Sowders 119
James Sowder 47
Stan Sowder 68
Jonathan Spadorcia 49,64,70,102,113,
Mary Spaulding 42
Linda Steiner 119
Carolyn Stephens 119
Rose Stevens 119
Willie Mae Stevenson 119
John Steward 119
Anne Stewart 46
Edellen Stewart 119
Charlene Stinger 40
Naomi Stockton 49
Gary Earl Stone 119
Susan Storks 49
Randall Storm 119
Jackie Story 119
Garland Stovall 75
Ronald Strahl 35,37,38,56,70
John Strain 68,72
Pamela Stratton 119
Mara Strelneiks 43,44,56
George Stroke 119
Judy Strong 27
Robert Strong 50,119
Sharon Strong 119
Claude Stuart 46,47
Irvin Stuart 26
James Suddarth 55,56,119
Frederick Suez 119
Dwight Suggs 26,30,119
Paulette Suggs 43
Donald Sunnman 26,100,102,111,
Victoria Sutton 27,30,34,119
Dorothy Swan 43,52,54,119
Joyce Swanner 41
Grace Marie Swift 42
James Swinford 73
Sandra Swisher 41
James Sykes 33
David Harold Syrus 119
Robert Tackenbrook 73
Janice Talbert 35,36,39,52,54
Bob Taylor 33
Beniamin Tandy 119
Jocelyn Tandy 28,29,4O
Marvin Tardy 67
James Taylor 48
Robert Taylor 33
Richard W. Terry 60,119,123
Sheryl Thiesling 28,30,32
Marilyn Thiry 43,44
Alma Thomas 30,119
Betty Ann Thomas 119
Margarita S. Thomas 119
Michael Thomas 43,48,72
Billy Thompson 70
Portia Thompson 119
Rebecca Thompson 26,28,30,10
Carolyn Thomason 119
William Thompson 38,66
William Thompson 60
Linda Thorman 119
Marc Thorman 52,54
Ronald Thurman 33,122
Reuben Tipton 119
Clyde M. Tittle 41,52
Carl W. Todd 26
Patricia Todd 30
Richard L. Todd 44
Robert W. Todd 44,55
Marilyn S. Tomlin 120
Nick Tooley 120
Douglas Toole 122
Felix Townsend 72,75
Michael Trent 120
Norman Paul Tritch 120
Sandra Louis Tritch 120
Betty Trotter 49
Gloria Dale Trout 33,35,39,40,42,120
Dennis Jay Tschan 120
Lynda Turner 57
J. Ann Underwood 120
Nancy Jean Upton 120
Edward Vance 61,68
Bryan Van Gundy, Jr. 28
Fred Vandlandingham 120
Beverly Vaughn 28,33
Barbara Jane Vessey 120
Cheryl L. Villines 41
David Vitt 26
Roger Vitt 26
Edna Vest 27,30
Cheryl Wade 33
Donna Wade 41
Robert Wade 26
Annette E. Waerner 54,120
Stephen D. Waggoner 41
Robert Wakeland 33
Sandra Walden 120
G. Eric Waldhaus 44,46,52
Carolyn Walker 40
Henry Clay Walker 122
John Walker 120
Donald Lewis Wall 120
Sharon Wallace 42
Larry James Walters 120
Robert Steven Walters 120
David R. Waltman 67
Stephen Waltman 43
Gerry V. Walton 61
Sellie Lemuel Walton 120
Larry Lee Ward 50
Margaret Grace Warner 120
Warren Watson 72
Wilma Watson 41
Betty Watts 43
Susan Watts 28,29,44
Kathy Weatherford 43,49
Thomas Lee Weaver 38,39,49
Michael A. Weber 38,39,49
Roy E. Webster 121
Steven Webster 121
Norman Weeden 26
Barbara Wegener 136
William Wegener 41,52,53,54
Charles C. Wells 64,66
Evelyn Wells 46
Jonna Wells 33,121
Kenneth S. Wells 30,32,43,121
Ralph Arthur Wendel 68,121
Linda Mary Wenz 4O,46,121
Steve Wesherell 74
Diane Westmoreland 28,39,100,120,121
Don Wheeler 61 -
Thomas Cleo Whicker 121
Barbara White 40
Chris White 49
Particia Sue White 27,102,108,123
William L. White 54
Myron Rickey Whitt 47
James Whitfield 67,73
Oliver Whitted 121
Ronald William Wieneke 121
Lana Wiggington 49
Ruth Ann Wigginton 122
Bill Wigley 41
Larry Wilker 70
William Loren Wilham 38,121
Larry Wilkerson 61
Allan K. Wilkinson 44
Billy Joe Wilkinson 121
Gloria Wilkinson 50
Doris Williams 49
Gary Williams 70
Hattie Williams 42,49
lris Williams 28,39,63
James Arthur Williams 121
Joyce Williams 49
Larry Lee Williams 121
Lewis Elia Williams 121
Particia Williams 42
Phillip Williams 122
Raymond C. Williams 122
Robert D. Williams 68
Robert M. Williams 47
Stephen Lee Williams 30,31 ,42,46,53,
Thiel Williams 49
Thomas Williams 73
Dennis R. Wilson 49,121
Jackie L. Wilson 68,73
Judy Wilson 121
Sandra K. Wilson 42
Sharon Wilson 42
Suzanne Wilson 26,28,30,41,42
Van Wilson 73
Judith Lynn Wilcel 121
Rochelle Maxine Winer 122
Ann E. Wischmeyer 52
David Wise 52,53,54
Mary Ann Wonnell 28,121
Dan Woo 73
Dorothy Wood 24,26,28,30,32,102,123
Keith Woodard 61,67,73
Larry Wayne Woodard 33,60
Maureen Woodard 100
Andrew K. Woods 121
Dorothy Woods 100,110
Rebecca Lynn Woods 121
Roachelle R. Woods 121
Randall Woodson 68
Larry Woodward 33
Jim Woolridge 122
Cheryl Ann Woolwine 121
Linda Wooten 39,4O,49
Carol Worley 47
Ronald Lee Worley 121
Spencer Worth 30,38,72
Steven Worth 75
Jan Wray 61
Denita Wright 29,30,121
Gary Wayne Wright 122
Janice Ann Wright 121
Melvin Clyde Wright 26,106,121
Nancy Wright 121
Carolyn Wuster 30,49
Fred William Wyeth 121
Joyce Ellen Yates 121
Louis Henry Yates 121
Mary Louise Yates 121
Neal Yeager 121
Henry Van Yeory 121
Ronnie Yeory 121
Elizabeth Joann Young 39,122
Jill Young 122
Ann Young 33
Curtis Young 121
Gregory Young 50
James Young 75
Jo Ann Young 39
John Young 75
Particia M. Young 122
Richard L. Young 44
Scott Allen Young 122
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Auto-Aviation Department . . .
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Boys' Concert Club . .
Boys' Counselors .........
Boys' Octette .............
Building Trades Department ....
Business Education Department
Cannon Weekly . . . . .
Cannon Yearbook ....
Chemistry-Physics Club ..
Chess Club ........
Concert Band ....
Concert Orchestra . .
Cross Country ....
Directors ......... . .
D.C.E. Club ........
Drafting Department . ..
Drama-Speech Club . . . . .
Electrical Department .. ..
English Department . .
Financial Office . . . . .
Flag Twirlers .......,..,.
Foreign Language Department . . .
French Club ...............
Future Nurses Club ........
Future Printers Club
Future Teachers Club .. ..
General Secretary ..... ..
German Club .........
Girls' Athletic Association . .
Girls' Concert Club ....
Girls' Counselors ......
Girls' Ensemble ....
Guidance Counselors . . . . .
Head Custodian ...............
Health 8g Physical Education Dept. .
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Home Economics Department ....
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Key Club . . . .
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- - -l9 Mathematics Department . . .
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Acting Principal, Howard L. Longshore
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Red Cross Club ...............
Rifle Team ....................
R.O.T.C. Cadet Officers 81 Sponsors . . .
II I96 R.O.T.C. Color Guard ,.....,.. .. .
I I I78 R.O.T.C. Instructors .... . . .
19 S.A.O. Executive Board ......
I I I27 School Nurses ............. . .I
I I I60 Senior Class Officers 81 Sponsors . .
III83 Senior Council ......,..... ...
41 Senior Roll Room l53
UH47 Senior Roll Room 300 ...
HU47 Senior Roll Room 7 ...,
H' Senior Roll Room 6 ..
Service Club ..........
Social Service .........,.
I8 Social Studies Department . . .
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Thespians . .
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