Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1966
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Arsenal Technical High School, Indianapolis, ln-
diana, is the launching site of the Tech Titan Flight 66.
The countdown began September 7. l965. and ends
June 7, 1966, with the launching of over 700 seniors
into their adult careers.
America now is living in the exciting and progressive
Space Age. Schools all over the country are empha-
sizing both general and technical knowledge.
Tech prides itself on working toward the goals of
good citizenship, cultural development, and vocational
Space workers, in naming one of their largest mis-
siles, have used the Titan of old as a symbol of power.
We at Tech have adopted the symbol as our own. We
are almost 5,000 strong, comprising one of the largest
high school student bodies in the United States. Our
sights are set: our controls are ready. Out of our years
of preparation we look forward to the time when we
shall make our contributions to the adult world.
Behind us stands an inspiring heritage. A century
ago when some of our buildings were new-long before
we became a school-our campus served the nation
as a United States arsenal. The cannon, a symbol of
military power, became a symbol of Tech. We dedi-
cate ourselves to the spirit of loyalty it implies.
We also look to the future. We pledge ourselves to
the spirit of high adventure . . . shooting for the stars
. . . with vigor and alertness to preserve what America
values, and to live up to the name-Tech Titan.
Techvs Gateway to
No longer echoing to the roar of Civil War cannons,
the historic Cuardhouse now witnesses the passing foot-
steps and laughter of pupils filing by on their way to
classes. Located at the Michigan Street gate, the quaint
building once served as a jail for military prisoners. The
bars were taken from the windows some years ago, but
the campus visitor can still see where they were at-
tached. The building had three cells in the basement.
Through later years the Guardhouse served as a cafeteria
and as an English classroom. It now houses the office of
About half of the buildings on the campus are original
buildings. One, the old Artillery Building, where weapons
once were stored, was razed a few months ago.
The West Residence, once the home of the commandant,
later housed the Cannon Office. It still stands, an inspir-
ing campus landmark, Where various offices are located.
The Barracks, which housed the soldiers stationed at
the arsenal, is now the headquarters of Tech's ROTC.
Pupils practice at a rifle range located in the basement.
In 1912, the United States Supreme Court gave the 76
acre tract of land to the city of Indianapolis to be used
as a technical high school.
Every year on May 22, Supreme Day is celebrated at
Tech to commemorate this proud event in Tech's history.
Convincing are the arguments and predictions that
the future is one of rapid change. Acceptance of this, in
itself, is not enough. The ability to cope with such
change and to prepare for it are all-important. As the
hunter must lead the flying duck and anticipate any
variation in direction of flight, the young person in
school today must attempt to visualize his place in the
future in terms of what it will be when he arrives, not
merely what it is at present.
Education in general and each and every school in
particular have tremendous responsibilities. They must
design for the future. As this is not an easily visible
area, since experiences of the past do not necessarily
foretell the paths to tomorrow, it is imperative that
our school and all schools be flexible, compre-
hensive, farsighted, and dedicated to the search
ahead for the vision of true preparation.
The need for adaptability to a changing environment,
to greater requirements of skills and knowledge, to bet-
ter understanding of human relations, to the effective-
ness of mass communication and rapid transportation,
to automation must be a primary concern of the school's
total program for every student.
Tech, from its very beginning, so frequently referred
to as the MSchool of Tomorrow," can meet the chal-
lenge. Its excellent physical facilities, its truly com-
prehensive curriculum, its highly trained and en-
lightened teachers, and its eager and cooperative student
body are ready for the task. And readiness does not
merely reflect past preparation and accomplishments,
but those shifts and advances that make readiness the
Word for each approaching day.
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ampus Events Mark School Year
Hot September days . . . returning Techites buzzing
with news of summer vacations . . . the picnic atmo-
sphere of lunchtime lounging on campus benches . . .
the mild hubbub of crowds thronging the tomblike cool-
ness of the Arsenal basement to line up at the Book-
store . . . these present a picture of Tech at the opening
of the school year.
The gaiety of the Football Jamboree has hardly sub-
sided when plans for the Mardi Gras begin to grow.
Techites and their families, returning alumni, and
teachers jostle about in the colorful Boys' Gym en-
joying an evening of fun.
Then follows a busy time-the grim reality of report
cards, followed the same day by homecoming. Senior
sponsor rooms compete in the construction of floats
proclaiming our determination to beat Washington, our
football foe of the evening.
Pupils take two days off for the Indiana State Teach-
ers Association when pupils enjoy seeing teachers go
Then, with hardly a breathing space, we celebrate
Veterans Day with its downtown parade in which the
ROTC cadets and sponsors march in military review.
Now the exciting basketball season begins, and loyal
Techites turn out to cheer the team to victory.
December follows quickly, and the days fly by in
hurried preparations for Christmas. Secret plans and
club meetings herald the many seasonal activities with
the SAO Christmas Dinner highlighting the festive
The New Year then blows in with a taste of Indiana
blizzard. After finals, the semester ends, and students
rest from weeks of concentrated study.
Then comes the all-school variety show, the Sketch-
book, with an enthusiastic performance by all.
With the month of April a new trend is started:
warmer weather, and the new bright attitudes of stu-
dents. The lVlilitary Ball highlights the social calendar
for April, and the track and baseball seasons begin.
In May trees become green again, flowers blossom,
and the beauties of the Tech campus cheer the busy
routine as the school year nears a close. Tech juniors
revel in the prom.
To seniors June means excitement-Vespers, Com-
mencement, the Senior Picnic. and, of course, the
Senior Prom. June means sadness as Tech days shorten,
as seniors say good-bye to the routine they have fol-
lowed for four years, good-bye to days they can never
share again. But June means new beginnings, too, a
challenge to graduates, and anticipation for the seniors
of tomorrow looking forward already to the opening of
a new school year.
Speech class develops 'ccharactersf' Ellen Eads watches as Dick Hivht emotes.
an Classes for Man People
There! Maylue 1ny radio will work now. Leslie Harvey and Gary
Arnold tseatedl learn ahout a DC power supply.
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4'Experience is the best teacherf, Class at Tech is full
of experience, Whether it he typing, driving, cooking or
repairing a car. The skills learned in each of the 18 dif-
ferent departments are a useful investment in the future.
Tech's curriculum is of such a Wide variety that any stu-
dent can find and major in the field of his choice. Some
261 teachers employ all available materials and ma-
chines for the advantage of students in the various
courses. With opportunities like these, it,s no wonder
Tech students are so aggressively loyal.
Tech typists Becky Hiatt, Donn Patterson and Mary E. Dalton
pick up speed.
Closer Ties With Friends Ahroad
During the school year Tech students and teachers
Won honors as exchangers to and from foreign countries.
lVlr. John Peters, our exchange teacher from England.
has made a happy impression on pupils in the Biology
Department. He traded johs, schools, and countries
With lVlr. Garlan Howard who took lVlr. Peters' place
in a boys, school in Sussex.
As a result of the Indiana University Language
Honors Program, Penny Pickett, Kent Nay, and
Richard Clark were chosen to study their respective
languages in foreign countries. Penny and Kent spent
nine weeks living with native families in San Luis,
Mexico. Richard studied in St. Brieuc, France. He
stayed in the home of a French family for five Weeks
and in a dormitory for three Weeks. All the students
had extensive oral drill. They were required to speak
the adopted language at all times. The experience was
enjoyable and profitable.
Mr. John Peters enlivens hiology classes with his Charming
speech and personality.
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rsenal Tradition Reborn ail
Hurried hellos, elanging of locker doors, and clicking
of typewriters-all of these are sounds of the present-
A century ago, however, different sounds were heard
Within these Walls. Sounds of gold-braided men shout-
ing orders to their command rang through the halls.
Plans were being advanced for the future of a nation.
Plans still are made within these Walls, but by stu-
dents, not by the Union Army. The nation's future still
is being shaped, but in the hopes and dreams of young
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The Titans race through the Tech Band's traditional funnel to begin another game.
There's an unmistakable stir of excitement in the air
as the big horns blare out the strains of HThe Tech
Song." The sixty-member band is well organized he-
cause of the three weeks of practice day and night be-
fore school began. Every day after school till 4:30 the
band rehearses in the student parking lot to prepare
itself for the coming games. Strutting in green and
White, the band performs at games and participates in
parades and contests throughout the state.
No football game is really under way until the thrill-
ing music begins. The spectators start feeling the true
Tech spirit when the drum majorls Whistle blows to lead
the musicians into action. The bass drum scores with the
spectators almost as much as a touchdown does. The
high-stepping performers are so enthusiastic and Tech-
spirited that their zest just has to rub off on all present.
Baton high. Butch Stuart. drum major. leads the band in per
formances throughout the year.
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Sponsor Room 400, a bit gory for glory, won second place Sponsor Room 153 saw the Titans steam to xictory
in float competition.
Techites and W3Sl1iIlglOI1 Continentals alike began
filling Techis Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on October 20. lt
was Techis annual Homecoming game. and the festivi-
ties began early.
Queen candidates and their escorts rode around the
track in a parade lap. Qnce around. they disembarked,
and the ceremony began. After being crowned by lVlr.
Longshore and presented roses by his wife, radiant
Queen Diane Ressinger walked from the platform amid
the cheers of the crowd. After another uvictoryn lap
around the track the Homecoming game began.
Witli Tech and Wfashington deadlocked 0-0 at the
half, enthusiastic Techites relaxed to enjoy the exciting
halftime show. Now it was time for the float competi-
tion, and floats made by each of Tech's six senior roll
rooms rolled in front of the crowd. Sponsor Room 6 had
the winning float with the theme-uThey Smelled De-
Feelfi To climax the halftime show of band and drill
team exhibition, Queen Diane and her court returned
to the field. The stadium lights dimmed, and as a royal
task, Diane lit the fuse which set off a gigantic fire-
works display. Supplied by the Key Club, the fireworks
illuminated the sky and spelled the word 6'TlTANS"
in blazing letters. Apparently spurred on by this dis-
play, the team returned and ended the game Vic-
oats and Royalty
Sponsor Room 6 put its best foot forward to mn first place
Expecting a relaxing evening, Sponsor Hungrily. Sponsor Room 190 looked for- Losing their heads Sponsor Room
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Eating is a traditional Mardi Gras pastime. This popcorn booth proved suc-
cessful for the Girls Ensemble.
Boys Octette members earned their Larry Medcalfe and Chris Petree reigned hap-
money in a dirty way. pily at Mardi Gras.
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Key Clubbers worked hard in the afternoon, readying their booth for the evening's customers.
Dancing on the Moon seemed great.
Harvest Moon hines ver Tech
Penny and Steve reigned over the Harvest Moon.
The night of November 20 was a night to remember.
The occasion was the launching of many Techites on
a trip to the moon, the Harvest Moon Ball, that is.
Sponsored by the SAO Board and the Service Club, the
starry-eyed couples arrived on schedule at eight o'clock
to dance away the evening at Tech's fall formal.
A recording of 4'Everyone's Gone to the lVloon,', the
theme of the dance and a current hit record, was played
in the background. Techis own Dance Band provided
the live music.
The dance was held in the new cafeteria which was
appropriately decorated for the occasion. Symbols of
autumn abounded as Homer, a huge ragged scarecrow,
and pumpkins and Indian corn adorned the room.
Completing the decorations was an eight-foot oilcloth
earth, brightly illuminated by the light of Tech's
Chris Petree, Penny Pickett, Jill Schmidt, Betty
Watts, and Iris Williams vied for the title of queen.
Gazing hopefully at the king's crown were Mike Ens-
minger, Larry lVledcalfe, Bod lVlorgan, Steve Sanders,
and Bill Thompson. Penny and Steve were crowned
queen and king.
For entertainment, Dave Wise supplied a humorous
monologue, the Girls Ensemble sang several songs, and
Carol Oakley presented several numbers on her ac-
cordion. Cider and doughtnuts refreshed the foot-
Soon, the inevitable hour of eleven arrived, and the
lunar visitors returned to earth, knowing that this trip,
the Harvest lVloon Ball, was the highlight of the fall
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Gary Ray, Rick Clark and Cornelius Stravers attended the
Science Seminar at the l.U. Medical Center.
ck Carol Oakley was chosen by a faculty committee to partici-
pate in the Hurst Youth Senate Award Program sponsored
by lndiana Senators Birch Bayh and Vance Hartke.
Tech Pupils Bring Home Honors
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Rod Morgan received a four-year scholarship certificate
from Mr. E. C. McCaig, Indiana District Manager, Shell
Oil Company, as Mr. Howard Longshore, witnessed the
Honors came to Tech this year as pupils excelled in
various activities. Inter-school academic competition,
participation in panel groups, attendance at seminars
and conferences widened pupil experience. Only a
few citations are presented here, representative of
many other achievements of a fruitful school year.
Sharon Wilson, Norman Weeden, William Wegener, Rick Clark
and Sandra Wilson, alternate, had a stimulating session before
participating in the Exercise in Knowledge program. Dave Wise,
alternate, not pictured.
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In the 24th Annual Presentation of the Francis Bellamy
Flag Award, Edwin Scahill proudly presented a key to
the city of Indianapolis and received the first National
Honor Medal for outstanding accomplishment in citizen-
Mrs. Richard B. Miller of the DAR Irvington Chapter
presented the organizationis Good Citizenship award to
Sharon Wilson in November.
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William Wcfgener and Peggy Berchekas represented Tech at the
state mathematics contest held at Franklin College.
Rod Morgan and Tante Masters received recognition
as Tech's representatives at an assembly on Congress
and the American Future at Ball State University.
Winners of Regional Scholastic Art Awards were Ronald Jackson.
still lifeg Danny Miller and Donald Shobe. jewelry: Patty Michael.
sculptureg Rick Johnson, photographyg and Earl Lee. sculpture.
Sandra Wilson and W'illiam Wegener represented Tech in the
Youth in Government Day Program in November.
TECH LEGlONHFr0nt Row: Susan Meeks, Roderick Morgan, Donna
Hunt, Tante Masters, Richard Clark. Diane Ressinger, Edwin Scahill,
Carol Oakley. Nikki-lynne Kennison. Secorru' Run: Brenda Spcari
Joyce Swanner. Susan Swartz. Michael Thomas. William Thompson,
Kenneth Volstad, Betty Watts. Kathy Weatherford, Cynthia Weathers.
William Wegener. L. Christine White. Sandra Wilson. Sharon Wilson
Suzanne Wilson. Larry XY00l,lCl1Ll. Third Razr: Mary Sue Spaulding.
Roderick Myers, Melody Moore, Kathleen Moeller, Kent Nay. Penny
Pickett, Karol Ponsler. Helen Powell. Ronald Richards. Linda Roberts
Steven Sanders. Linda Sargent, Linda Schowengerdt, Jill Schmidt.
Brenda Schowengerdt, Linda Wooten. Marilyn Miller. Fourth Rozc:
Carol Simmons. Caran Hart. David Hawley, Charlotte Herrington,
Sharon Herrington. Janet Huebner, Deanna Jeters. John Kuhn. Steve
Lawrence. Earl Lee, Elena Looper, Arlester Marshall, Larry Medcalfe,
Barbara Hamon. Carole Yule. Roberta Gilbert. Fifth Rolf: Lucinda
Albertson, Nancy Anderson. Marilyn Atherton, Deborah Barnett. Peggy
Berchekas. Sue Ann Brockman. Judy Copas, Dave Drexler. Pamela
Duckett, Cynthia Duncan. Anne Duthie, Ellen Eads, John Ealy, Vicki
Eaton, Michael Ensminger, Chip Evans, Lana Ceminden.
Four Years Crowned b Legion
Each year as commencement nears, the ten per cent
of the senior class with the highest number of merit
citations are chosen as members of the Tech Legion.
Mr. Charles Martin, Tech French teacher, established
the Tech Legion in 1935 to recognize pupils outstanding
in the attributes of good citizenship. Merits earned
during the first seven semesters at Tech are counted
for Legion membership. Summer school merits are
Ranking Legion officers are the co-commanders and
the captains. The top boy and girl are named as the co-
commanders. From the remainder of the Legion, the
top ten per cent are ranked as captains.
Three types of citations are given for various desir-
able personal traits. Each teacher has the opportunity
to award ten per cent of his class citations. Merits also
can be earned through extra-curricular activities.
TECH LECION COMMITTEE with Principal Longshore-Front Row:
Irene Rhodes, Howard Longshore. Second Row: Charles Clore, Mar-
garet Peterson. Robert Belding. Mrs. Marian Moore.
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The Human Relations Council is sponsored by Mr.
Charles Harry and Mrs. Dorothy Stout to promote
understanding among pupils and to improve the already
good relations between faculty and pupils. The l6
members are chosen upon application, and it is the
plan of the sponsors to maintain a balance of member-
ship as to age, sex, and race.
Guest speakers during the current year have included
Mrs. Osma Spurlock, Deputy Director, Indiana State
Civil Rights Commission, and Mr. Paul Crafton, Di-
rector, East Side Christian Center.
In the fall, the Council sponsored a slogan contest
setting forth the annual theme. The winner received
complimentary basketball tickets.
The spring project was Tech Tag Days with pupils
displaying tags affirming their interest in promoting
better human relations.
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Dorothy Stout, co-sponsor. Second Row: Deborah Barnett, president: Thompson, Jessie L. Ealy. Ron Rady. Joe Henderson, not pictured.
Frank G. Keesee, R. Chip Evans, Cheryl Harding, Marilyn Atherton,
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TECHOIR-Front Row: Elaine Illey, Linda D. Phillips, Iris Williams,
Kathleen Moeller, Cheryl Harding, Susan XVatts, Patricia Michael,
Linda WVooten, co-president: Mr. NVilliarn F. Moon, director: Mrs.
Patricia Baxter, assistant director: Larry Medcalfe, co-president:
Susan Newell, Barbara J. Davis, Charleyne Stinger, Susan Harvey,
Rebecca Hill, Donna Hunt, Anne Duthie, Carol Oakley, Jeanne
Forkner, Elena Looper. Second Row: Carol Gregory, Mary Spaulding,
Nancy Chapman, Dianna Caldwell, Nancy Adams, Brenda Bishop,
Linda Darland, Christine Petree, Nikki Kennison, Linda Gullion,
Ellen Eads, Mary Jo Moon, Caran Hart, Arlester Marshall, Barbara
Noffke, Lorraine Hunt, Peggy Berchekas, Kathryn Fogelson, Suzanne
Wilson, Anita Whitemoss, Phyllis Brock, Anne E. Stewart. Third Row:
Larry Thornburgh. Robert Todd, Ron Horton, Larry Woodard, Steve
Meid, Ed Scahill, William Watson, Jeff Mentis, Chris Chronis, James
Handy, Don Wright, R. C. Evans, Steve Watkins, Jeff McAtee, Bill
Lane, Chester Bowman, Robert Wade, Bill Devitt, Ronald Rodocker,
Don Brown. Fourth Row: Gary Moore, Danny Doan, Cleo Brasher,
Earl Lee, Jim Jacobs, Eric Fort, Bradley Byrd, Ken Volstad, William
Adams, Steve Lawrence, Kent Nay, John Miller, Hans Sigg, John
DeMoss, Rod Morgan, Jim Soltau.
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Performances at P-TA and church groups made last-
ing impressions on four of Techls musical organizations.
The String Ensemble performed on a full schedule,
which included appearances at the annual instrumental
contest, the Parent-Teachers Reception, and the Hobby
and Gift Show.
The Madrigals, one of the oldest groups on campus,
was formed thirty years ago. Their specialty is old En-
glish songs and folk music. The group started its sea-
son singing at the Freshman Orientation. They also
traveled with the Techoir on its spring tour.
The Harvest Moon Ball program was included in a
busy year for the Girls Ensemble. They also sang for
the lndiana Federation of Teachers. Their music varied
from Broadway show tunes to religious pieces. Their
goal was to put the music across, not just to sing the
The Boys Octette started its season singing at
Techoiris annual Kick-off Banquet. Under the direction
of lVlr. Robert Simpson, the boys spent long hours re-
hearsing for their many and varied programs. As the
boys sang with meaning, they impressed many au-
diences during this past year.
STRING ENSEMBLE-Marilyn Miller, piano: Donna Hunt, first
violin: Linda D. Phillips, second violin: Anne Duthie, cello: Susan
, BOYS OCTETTE-Bob Wade, accompanist: William Devitt, Larry Woodard, William Watson, William Adams, Kenneth Volstad, Steve Lawrence,
,lim Jacobs, Larry Medcalfe.
MADRICALS-Front Row: Nancy Adams, Mary Spaulding, Christine burgh, Danny Doan, Eric Fort, William M. Lane, Chester Bowman
Petree, Kathleen Moeller, Anne Duthie, Susan Newell, Caran Hart, Jeffrey McAtee.
Suzanne Wilson. Second Row: Ed Scahill, Robert Todd, Larry Thorn-
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GIRLS ENSEMBLE: Mrs. Patricia Baxter, director, Caldwell, Linda Darland, Iris Williams, Patricia
Donna Hunt, Rebecca Hill, Lorraine Hunt, Cheryl Michael.
Harding, Nikki Kennison, Arlester Marshall, Dianna
TECH BAND-Seated at front: Janice Sheetz, Marsha Majors, Jean
Link, Karen Spaw, Charles Dinkins, Ain Haas. Mary Spaulding, Ron
Foster, Suzi Wilson. Lewis Clark, Elena Looper, David Hawley.
Marjorie McCorn, Bob lunge, Phyllis Bloss,'Linda Adams, Rod
Lewis, Cary Cox, Suzan Kirby Cary Ray Bradley Byrd Carol Sim
mons, William Parker, Roger Vrtt Seated on rzsers Richard Clark
Bob Todd, Carl Todd, Bob Wilson Steve W a oner Paul Terry Stuart
Music Plays While
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Marching Titans added Color to Veterans Day parade.
Lawrence, James Griffin Jr., Jim Entwistle, Norman Weeden, Larry
Vitt, Dave Matthews, Sandy Stanfield. Mike Elliott. Elisha Madden
Auble, Gerald Ledford. Standing: Marilyn Miller, Jeanne Forkner, Ray Robinson. Don Wright, James Woodford. Dan Rene-au. Danny
Jim Jordan, Lawrence Broadus, John Takacs, Jerry Backus, Dave
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Chris Petree, head majorette, and Claude "Butch" Stuart,
drum major, stand proudly beside Techis big drum.
Beight, Claude t'Butch" Stuart, Naioma Stockton.
At all Tech athletic events there is a body of students
who are working as hard as the team members on the
field-the band. The hand practices every night just
as the teams do. They supply the team with moral sup-
port and entertain everyone with music. This yearis
band of fifty-eight boys and girls, sponsored by Mr.
John Wliite, evidences great enthusiasm.
The band is led by Chris Petree, head majorette,
and Claude Stuart, head drum major.
Many persons think that being in the band requires
only a knowledge of the instrument, but band members
must be able to march in time and move in intricate
patterns as well. Band members also sell candy to
raise money for uniforms.
The Concert Orchestra is composed of approximately
sixty-five talented musicians. Directed by Mr. Raymond
Brandes. the orchestra makes tapes of various music
ranging from classical to modern, for broadcast on an
Indianapolis radio station, which airs programs from
different schools nightly. A traditional performance is
that at the Christmas assembly.
The spring concert in March is considered by many
the biggest musical event of the year. The band and
the orchestra combine to give a polished performance.
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BOYS CONCERT CLUB-Front Row: Patrick Harmeson, Robert
Lee Wfakeland, president: Thomas Whaley, George W. Farral, Donn
Patterson, sergeant-at-arms: David DeVine, Robert Curry. Second
Row: Melvin Coleman, Larry Hill. Richard L. Frenzel, Lonnal Daven-
port, Max L. Roe, Paul C. Davis, David E. Robbins. Third Row:
Walter Ingram, Jim Osborn, librarian: James E. Swinford, David God-
win, Chris Sipf. William Hodgson, Michael Robinson. Fourth Row:
Edmond Davis, Stephen Kleifgen, Steven Elwood Beck, Charles Potter,
Tom Adams, secretary: ,lerry Dockery, vice president: Danny L.
Lowhorn, Kenny Rynard. Leroy Simmons, not pictured.
Techis Alive With Sounds of Music
The Tech Music Club is bubbling with activities like
the champagne music of Lawrence Welk. Mrs. Pa-
tricia Baxter, the new club sponsor, helped make this
year's club an outstanding part in the lives of many
Tech musicians. A concert, featuring a Japanese man
performing on the koto, an oriental stringed instrument,
was only one of the many musical spectacles the club
attended. Each club meeting offered a different type
of musical entertainment, presenting to the members all
forms of music-classical, jazz, and rock-n-roll. Every
Tech music student could find something worthwhile in
this club, and many did, as the attendance records
show. Music will continue to flow from the Music Club
DANCE BAND-Front Row: Roger Vitt, Cary Cox, Gary Ray, Rod
Lewis, Richard Clark. Second Row: James Griffin, Robert Todd, Carl
W. Todd, Mr. Stephen R. Behlmer, director. Third Row: Larry Auble,
to delight and refresh its members.
The Boys and Girls Concert Clubs play an important
role in Tech life. The main purpose of the clubs is to
prepare members for next year,s choir. Only once in
the spring do the clubs combine to give a concert. They
sing at some of the school assemblies and perform for
the church and P-TA groups.
Picking up the beat, the Dance Band, under the
leadership of Mr. Stephen Behlmer, practiced after
school. One of the activities of the band included their
annual performance at the Mardi Gras. The band also
played for many of the school dances.
Daniel Beight. James L. Woodford Jr., Dan Reneau, Claude "Butch"
Stuart. Fourth Row: Donald E. Wilkinson, Dave Matthews.
GIRLS CONCERT CLUB-Front Row: Maureen T. Mills, Donna J.
Johnson, Gloria E. Edwards, Donna Wo1'ley, Cindy Burton, Linda
Hodges, secretaryg Juanita Silvey, Ricky Lynn Rozzell. Second Row:
Linda K. Myers, Lucinda S. Albertson, Deborah Moody, Shawnee
Jones, vice presidentg Donna J. Helfferich, Sherry L. Sayles, Donna
MUSIC CLUB-Front Row: Cathy Todd, Kathy Volstad, Susan
Smith, Cindy Burton, treasurer: Teresa Ann Lawson, Juanita Silvey,
Carolyn Michael, Vicki Moore. Second Row: Frankie Freeman, Donna
Proffitt, Carol J. Gregory, Claudia J. Couse, Elizabeth Wright, Patti
Michael, president, Mrs. Patricia Baxter, sponsor. Third Row: David
Proffitt. Carolyn Phillips, Vonda R. Harper. Third Row: Brenda
Bailey, Brenda Lyle'-s, Sherry Chandler, Julia Mangus. Jo Ann Rothen-
bush. Janice Vint, Penny Pickett. president: .lanelle Boykin. Anita
Belding, assistant secretary.
DeVine, Marilyn Woolley, Carol Ann Arnold, Russell C. Hughes. Thea
Masters, Terry Boyd, Mary S. Spaulding, Paulette Suggs. Fourth
Row: Dianna Caldwell. secretary: Edith Reese, Helen Lagle. program
chairman: Ken Volstad, vice president: Bill Watson. Stephen Meid.
sergeant-at-arms: Ed Pavey.
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SAO BOARD-Front Row: Donna Hunt, corresponding secretary:
Linda Arnett, Nancy Chapman, Nikki Kennison. Iris Williams, Chris-
tine Petree, Barbara Hannon. ,lacki Abbett, Mrs. Martha A. Turpin,
sponsor. Second Row: Linda Darland, Anita Belding, Diane Ressinger,
Linda Wooten, Carol Simmons, vice president: Carol Oakley, Susie
Harvey. Third Roni: Chip Evans. Susan Meeks, recording secretary:
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Carol, Ed, and lris display the SAO Appreciation Scroll, signed
by Tech students to thank the School Board for the new
Betty Watts, Gary Champion, Ed Scahill, president: Larry D. Met-
calfe, treasurer: Tante C. Masters, Janice Talbert. Fourth Row: Ron
Bady. Earl Lee, Jim Jacobs, Rod Morgan, Greg Young, sergeant-at
arms: Ellen Eads, John Hilton, Penny Pickett, Billy Thompson. Jack
Seibert, not pictured.
Composed of 33 poster-hangers, ticket-takers, tea-
hostesses and program-planners for-energetic Tech-
itesl, the Executive Board of the Student Affairs Or-
ganization is responsible for numerous campus activities.
Elections for the class representatives, Jamboree
Queen, Princess of Light, Track Queen, and Yard Parks
Queen all are conducted by this group. Various service
projects, such as Teacher Appreciation Week, the
Teachers' Valentine Tea and Student Scholarship Tea,
the Annual Student-Faculty Game for the Anderson
Scholarship Fund, and the representatives, tea and body
meetings are directed by the SAQ.
Each year a gala Christmas dinner for parents,
friends, and invited guests of the board members is
prepared, while the underclassmen honor and mimic
the seniors at the annual May Breakfast.
Ed, Rod, and Bill preside over this early Wednesday morning
Traditionally, the Homecoming festivities and the
Turnkey Dance are the two main events that the Key
Club sponsors during the school year. This year the
club scored a first by providing a fireworks display
for the Homecoming celebration. Members also kept
busy by operating concessions, waiting on tables, and
ushering at various school functions.
Last summer Mike La Crotte, Frank Keesee, and
Richard Storm attended the Key Club International
convention held in New York City. They brought back
with them new ideas on how to promote better club
and school spirit.
Primarily a service club, the group is an interna-
tional organization chartered by the Kiwanis Club. Mr.
Mahlon Carlock is the sponsor. Application for mem-
bership is open to any boy with a C average, who has no
disciplinary record and has an interest in serving the
school. There are forty-five members this year.
Key People Hold Key Positions
KEY CLUB-Front Row: Frank Keesee, Steve Mackey, Cleo Brasher,
Dan Polson, Chris Chronis, Cary Fox, David Osterhout, Bill Wegener,
Leo Condos, Stephen Handy. Second Row: Martin Toney, Chip
Evans, sergeant-at-arms: Larry D. Medcalfe, parliamentarian: Bill
Devitt, Billy Thompson, vice-presidentg Walter Strong, Jim Handy,
Ron Rady, Ed Scahill, secretaryg John Kuhn, Mr. Mahlon Carlock,
sponsor. Third Row: Richard Storm, Don Buchanan. Bill Funke
Claude Stuart, David Handy. Jim Soltau. Vic Ayers. Bob Clelland
Gary Ray. Fourth Role: Jack Schafer, Mike Hickey. Paul Claspie
Dan Auble, Ross Furry, John T. Miller. Phil Wallace, Jerry Doekery
Ed Montgomery, Rod Morgan, president.
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CANNON YEARBOOK STAFF-Front Row: Janine Fogleman, Kathy Brenner, Tana Wiggington.
Karol, Gloria Hockman, Suzan Kirby, Marilyn Atherton. Second Row: Jacobs, Carl Pearson, Ellen
Miss Bernice Jones, adviser: Linda Sue Herman, Dave Wise, Ron Foster not pictured.
Third Row: Earl Lee, Cary Rott, ,lim
Eads, John Hilton, ,lane Howard, Ron
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Staff Becords School Year
Moving into new quarters with a new adviser, Miss
Bernice Jones, the yearbook staff began the year with
a period of adjustment. Leaving the old offices in the
West Residence caused much sorrow, but spirits
brightened when the staff saw its new room. In offices
on the second floor of the new Cafeteria-Music Build-
ing, yearbook production took on a modern look.
Having decided on the theme, the staff began to plan
lay-outs, write copy, take pictures and then crop them,
sell ads, and do all the many tasks associated with
meeting the ever threatening deadlines.
With the launching in June of the Tech- Titan '66
yearbook, staffers look back on an educational and re-
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QUILL AND SCROLL-Front Row: Sharon Wilson, treasurer: Linda
Wooten, Susie Meeks, Cheryl Harding, Sandra Wilson, secretary. Sec-
ond Row: Phil Wallace, presidentg Bill Wegener, vice president.
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Page 1 Editor
annon Weekly Marks Firsts
jf Sharing new quarters with the Cannon yearbook, the
Arsenal Cannon weekly staff sought new ways this year
to give their readers a more attractive newspaper. More
pictures and more variety in page layout characterized
the '65-,66 issues.
Tech's offset printing press was used this year for
the first time in the Cannon weekly's history. Second
semester issues were printed on the standard letterpress,
In the fall, Susan Meeks, editor in chief, received
the first Arsenal Cannon Alumni Association sweater
award, emblematic of outstanding staff achievement.
ln the spring, the following staffers were so honored:
Linda Wooten, Cheryl Harding, Sharon Wilson, Wil-
liam Wegener, and Sandra Wilson.
The White sweaters with green cannon insignia are
given to staffers in recognition of the fifth semester
of superior publications work. A minimum 5.5 overall
grade average is also required.
The 29 issues represented the efforts of about 4-0
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CANNON WEEKLY STAFF-Front Row: Sharon Wilson, Marcia Susan Newell, Marshall Trimmer, Sharon Smith, William Wegener,
Montgomery, Barbara Noffke, Susan Watts, Cheryl Harding, Marilyn Fred Bremmer, Susan Meeks, Janice Talbert. Fourth Row: Crystal
Maxwell, Jacki Abbott, Frances Bender. Second Row: Sandy Wilson, Rhodes, Jeff Oliveira, Mary Loudermilk, Danny Doan, Nancy Adams,
Pam Hedrick, Tom Seifert, Susan Powell, Bob Ingles, Kay Harrison, Dwayne Dixon, Steve Grimes, Dave Matthews, Jim Griffin.
Nikki Kennison, Cecil Tresslar, adviser. Third Row: Linda Wooten,
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Mr. Clare Day ................. Kenneth Volstad
DRAMA-SPEECH CLUB-Front Row: Carolyn Michael. Janet Brum-
mett, Kathy Karol. Linda Cornett. Coodloc A. Taylor. Susan Rupert.
Sue Ann Brockman. Linda Arnett, Kathy Capshaw, Cathy Todd. Sec-
ond Row: Marilyn Atherton. Pamela Hedrick, Susan Powell. Lynn Sills,
Linda Ingle, Elizabeth Kern. Marty Bottoms. Donn Patterson, Robert
Carnal, Rebecca Laing. Third Row: Mrs. Doris Webber, sponsorg
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ucet that hideous monstrosity out of this house!" Ken Vol-
stad screams at his Life With Father wife. Nancy Adams.
Dave Wise, James R. Sutton, Twanetta Witsman, William A. Barton,
George Buds. Chester Satkamp. Ellen Eads. Marc Thorman. Stephen
Meid. Fourth Row: Susan Meeks, Brenda C. Spears, Linda Sue Her-
man. Ronald Rodocker. Richard Clark. Jeffrey Oliveira. Mary J.
Loudermilk, Richard R. Hight. Bill Wegener, president: Nancy Adams,
secretary. Phil Wallace, not pictured.
Cast of Life With Father
Mrs. Vinnie Day
Wliitney . .
Cousin Cora . .
Dr. Lloyd ....
Dr. Humphries .
Dr. Somers . .
Margaret . . .
Nora . . .
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.. . Phil Wallace
. . Robert Todd
. . . . . Don Brown
. . . Jackie Abbett
Linda Sue Herman
. . . . . Susie Meeks
. . . Jim Sutton
. . Jeff Oliveira
. . Bradley Byrd
. . . . . Pat Frazier
. . Linda Cornett
. . . . Becky Laing
Mr. Robert Maloy
Actors Reflect Varied i oods
Messy lessons in make-up application, hurried re-
hearsals for Mardi Gras sketches and the worry and
excitement of opening night appealed to theater-
minded Techites. The Drama-Speech Club, sponsored
by Mrs. Doris Webber' and Mr. Robert Maloy, offered
these activities. Members learned more about the many
facets of theater production and worked to perfect
their acting skills.
Pupils who excelled in these productions were
awarded membership in the National Thespian Society.
Points for admission could be earned by acting on stage
or working behind the scenes. Two all-school plays,
January Thaw and Life With Father, entertained their
audiences. Several one-acts were also presented.
Ken, Jim, Linda and Susie pleaded with Kathy in this scene
from January Thaw.
JANUARY THAW CAST: Ken Volstad, Marty Bottoms, Joe Eads,
Linda Cornett, Ron Barnard, Phil Wallace, Jeff Oliveira, Jim Sutton,
David Griffin, George Eads, Susan Meeks, Nancy Adams, Mary
Loudermilk, Kathy Karol.
NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY-Front Row: Kathy Karol, Sue
Brockman, Marilyn Atherton, Jacquelyn Abbett, Linda Arnett, Allen
Taylor, Mrs. Doris Webber, sponsor. Second Row: Susan Meeks,
Mary Loudermilk, William Wegener, David Wise, Nancy Adams, Linda
Sue Herman, Ronald Rodocker. Third Row: Jeff Oliveira, Richard
Clark, Steve Meid, Chester Satkamp, George Eads, Kenneth Volstad.
Ellen Eads, Richard Hight.
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Sue Brockman, the team's most successful speaker, and Susie
Meeks, NFL president, show the ribbons which fulfilled Tech's
Veteran members and novice speakers combined to
form this year's speech team. Team members who
earned 25 or more points at meets were honored by
membership in the National Forensic League. Headed
by the new coach, Mrs. Linda Vaughn, and NFL presi-
dent, Susan Meeks, the team enjoyed an active year.
Attending an average of one speech meet a month,
members worked hard to bring home the ribbons. Dra-
matic, humorous, and oratorical interpretation, original
oratory, extemporaneous speaking, poetry and debate
were some of the areas in which Tech was represented.
From the very first of the season, team members set
their sights on the national meet for winners of state
competitions to be held at Albuquerque, New Mexico,
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DEBATE TEAM-Front Row: Kathryn Borden, Pam Hedrick, cap- Jon Burroughs, William Barton, Bob Ingels, Barry Winkle. Miss Mar-
taing Kathryn Fogleson, Tylka Goldman, Lillie Cross. Second Row: garet Nessler, sponsor.
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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-Front Row: Linda Arnett, Jacki Bill Wegener, Linda Sue Herman. Susan Meeks, president: Ronald C.
Abbett, Marsha Dycus, Marilyn A. Atherton, L. Christine White, Sue Rodocker. Third Row: Richard W. Hight, Richard Clark. secretary:
Ann Brockman, Kathv Karol, Mrs. Linda Vaughn, sponsor. Second Dave Wise, Marc Thorman, vice president: George Earls. Ellen Eads,
Row: Pamela Hedrick, Mary Loudermilk, Donna Blount, Nancy Adams, Brenda G. Spears, Jeffrey Oliveira. Phil Wallace, not pictured.
Pam Hedrick, Nancy Adams, Sue Brockman, and Kathy
Karol show the ribbons they won in sectional speech com-
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FRENCH CLUB-Front Row: Katherina Diamantidis, Elaine Dia- Hunsucker. Third Row: Linda Ingle, Richard Clark, vice-president,
mantidis, Donna Hunt, president, Juanita Byers. Second Row: Susan Marc Thorman, Ain HHHS, MIS. Mary Bedell, sponsor.
Clark, treasure-rg Kris Tomescu, Regina Coffey, secretary: Lynne
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SPANISH CLUB-Front Row: Lillie Mae Cross, historiang Patricia Linda Wooten, 'Publicity Chailmanl Penny Piffkeif, ViC6'PfCSidCI1iZ
Johnson, Lynne Hunsucker, Arthur Juarez, Becky Joven. Second Row: Billy Hatcher, Kent Nay, P1'951d9Utl RLlfl1S COHIIIS, Jeffrey McAtee,
Mrs. Maria B. Lagadon, sponsor: Tim Schneider, Barbara Hanlon, treasurer? ShCf1'Y BT3113011-
Marsha Allen, Marianne McKnight, Sandra Wilson. Third Row:
GERMAN CLUB-Front Row: Kathryn Borden, vice-presidentg Linda
Davis, Dianna Roberts, Barry Winkle, Cheryl Hamilton, Dortha May.
Second Row: Mrs. Susanna Underwood, sponsorg Steve Borden, Susan
Practice for Perfection
Supplementing classroom work with everyday ex-
perience, members of Tech's foreign language clubs
found a useful opportunity in the year's activities.
Competent officers, an interested sponsor, and eager
members made up El Circulo Espagnol, the Spanish
Club. Sponsored by Miss Maria Lagadon, the club par-
ticipated in the Mardi Gras, and then made plans for a
Spanish dinner and a pitch-in fiesta. Guest speakers af-
forded an opportunity to improve listening skills.
Observing French customs, the French Club spon-
sored a buche de Noel, which is the French version of
the Yule Log.
Four issues of Le Petit Canon fThe Little Cannonl
were written by members and distributed to French
Mrs. Susanna Underwood, German Club sponsor,
started the year with a club party at her home at which
the students prepared potted plants for the Mardi Gras.
For the holiday season, the club printed songs in
German and circulated copies for students to learn.
Another project was attendance at the film, Sound
At Tech, the JCL is affiliated with both state and na-
tional Junior Classical League organizations. At their
meetings, members played games involving the use of
Latin, and enjoyed guest speakers.
Powell, Michael Palmer, president: Kathy Fogleson, treasurer: Jon
Burroughs. Third Row: Michael Gregory, Carol Esarey, secretary:
William Barton. Ken Noble, Norman Hiselman.
JCL-Front Row: Miss Virginia Hurt, sponsor: Elizabeth Keller,
Linda R. Perdue, president: Susan Rupert, vice-president. Second
Row: Tylka Goldman, Jan Heatherly, Elizabeth Wright. Third Razr:
Paulette Suggs, George YV. Farr-al, Jeffrey Oliveira, Dortha May.
secretary. Vicki Morris, treasurer, not pictured.
ROTC OFFICERS-Front Row: Cadets 2nd Lt. John Hallanger, 2nd
Lt. Dan Howard. Capt. William Parson, Lt. Col. Steven Oser, 2nd
Lt. Michael Moran, Capt. William Lane, lst Lt. Richard Cabell, Capt.
Herman King. Second Roux' Cadets 2nd Lt. Roderick Myers, Capt.
Craig Decker, 2nd Lt. Joseph Mills. 2nd Lt. Clinton Sparks. lst Lt.
RIFLE TEAM-Front Row: Honorary Cadet Captain Penny Pickett,
Cadets Sgt. Major James Culley, lst Sgt. Larry Kramer, Sgt. Neal
Fashimpaur. Second Row: Cadets Capt. Craig Decker, Capt. Billy
Hatcher, 2nd Lt. Hans Sigg, Sgt. John Rouse, lst Lt. John Wood.
John Wood, lst Lt. John Fawley, 2nd Lt. Myron Rance, 2nd Lt.
Charles Chris, lst Lt. Jerome Moore. Third Row: Cadets Capt. Ronald
Randol, Capt. Billy Hatcher, lst Lt. Joseph Baker, Capt. Kenneth
Volstad, Lt. Col. Greg Young, 2nd Lt. Hans Sigg, lst Lt. Jesse Barger,
Capt. Hugh Cartrell.
Preparation for the Veterans Day parade, with prac-
tice marching at 7:30 on Thursday mornings, paid
benefits for the entire ROTC unit. They captured a first
place in competition sponsored by the Indianapolis
Chamber of Commerce. The prize, a beautiful Ameri-
can flag with a gold eagle at the top, was awarded to
Tech because units marched in near-perfect forma-
tion, and all orders given by the commandant were
An earlier project of the group, under the sponsor-
ship of Sgt. Thomas L. Dawson, was a campaign to
improve relationships between officers and noncom-
missioned personnel. The organization promoted courte-
sy and good will to all.
With the approach of the big annual event, the Mili-
tary Ball, members were kept busy with arrangements
and the sale of advertising to finance the affair.
During the year, the Rifle Team won second place
in the City Postal Match. The team participated in
matches throughout the year at Tech and at other
schools. Practice sessions were held in the basement of
The final weeks of the year were devoted to plans
for Federal Inspection.
Senior activities closed the year, with juniors giving
the graduating officers a farewell party.
ROTC SPONSORS-Front Row: Honorary Cadets Capt. Diane Res-
singer, 2nd Lt. Marcia Montgomery, Capt. Marilyn Atherton, Capt.
Donna Hunt, 2nd Lt. Paulette Suggs, 2nd Lt. Diane Roberts. Second
Row: Honorary Cadets 2nd Lt. Hallie Williams, 2nd Lt. Susan
Newell, Capt. Regina Coffey, Capt. Tante Masters, Capt. Penny
Pickett, Capt. Helen Powell, 2nd Lt. Anne Stewart, 2nd Lt. Linda
Downing, 2nd Lt. Marilyn Lucas.
DRILL TEAM-Front Row: Cadets SFC. James Hylton, Sgt. Daniel
Combs, lst Sgt. George Wilson, Honorary Cadet Capt. Regina Coffey,
Cadet lst Lt. John Fawley, Honorary Cadet Capt. Helen Powell,
Cadets SfSgt. Harry Todd, Capt. William Parson. Second Row:
Cadets Sgt. Robert Spencer, SfSgt. Robert Hirschy, SfSgt. Alan
Burks, Sgt. Elmer Kurbursky, Sgt. Noah Spurr. SfSgt. William Binks.
Sgt. Michael Wilson, SfSgt. Jerry Brannon. Left trophyf3rd place
Detachment -72510 City Drill Meet. Right trophy-3rd place North
Central High School Drill Meet.
SERVICE CLUB-Front Row: David S. DeVine, Sharon Hawkins,
Judy Story, Nikki Kennison, president: Charleyne E. Stinger, Zandra
Hess, treasurer: Linda Brady. David S. Smith. Second Row: Kathleen
S. Moeller, Marcia Montgomery, Faye Frost, Patricia Pierson, Teresa
White, Susan Bright, Shawnee Jones, Barbara TVl1ite, corresponding
Three of the most active organizations on the
Tech campus, the Service Club, the High School Bed
Cross Club and the Future Nurses, all have an active
concern for school and community Welfare.
To the Service Club, under the sponsorship of Miss
Judith McBride, freshmen owe much of the planning
for the orientations they received in September and in
January. This is an annual responsibility of the organi-
With membership open to all students, the club is one
of the largest on the campus. The group sold mums at
Homecoming and sponsored the popular uCider-A-Co-
Co" booth at the Mardi Gras. Together with the SAO
Board, they sponsored the Harvest Moon Ball.
Always interested in community affairs, they pre-
pared Bed Cross overseas chests and participated in
the Multiple Sclerosis Drive. Annually the club has
prepared a Thanksgiving basket as well.
The High School Bed Cross Club sponsored a
clothing drive for unfortunate families in the Ap-
palachian area. They helped to provide a second Christ-
mas for residents of orphanages and homes for the
secretary. Third Row: Margi Cheshire, Martha Stockton, vice presi-
dent: Janet Huebner, Betty Watts, Janice Talbert, recording secretaryg
Anne Duthie, Marianne McKnight, Miss Judith McBride, sponsor.
Fourth. Row: Vicci Nahas, Sherri Hessman, Jim Osborn, Kenny
Whisman, Michael Phillips, Robert Spencer, Keith Monday, Jerry
Serve and Learn
aged. They joined with the SAO and the Service Club
in entertaining teachers at the Valentine Tea.
Membership is open to all students. One member is
selected annually to visit Kent State University Lead-
ership Development Center in Ohio. This year's repre-
sentative from Tech was Nikki Kennison. The High
School Bed Cross Club is sponsored by Miss Hester
Those interested in school and community health and
in nursing careers find opportunity in the Future
Members attended High School Day at Indiana Cen-
tral College. The group also visited Marion County
General Hospital School of Nursing and other hospitals
The group sponsored community projects during the
Christmas season, and invited guest speakers for some
of their meetings. As its contribution to the Mardi Gras,
Future Nurses successfully conducted the uRing-a-
The club holds a national charter, and is sponsored
by Miss Blanche Williams, R.N.
RED CROSS CLUB-Front Row: Ramona Wilson, Lillie Mae Barnett,
Maureen Minor, Reta Campbell, Becky Taylor, Charlotte Herrington,
Rita Corrado, Zandra Hess, Jo Ann Irwin, Debbi Barnes, Donna
Hunt, president: Judy McCullough, Cathy Ressinger, Stephanie Price.
Second Row: Miss Hester Hale, sponsor: Paulette Suggs, Libby
Hogan, Charleyne Stinger, Barbara White, Barbara Hamon, Sandy
Hogge, Linda Darland, Shawnee Jones, Peggy Berchekas, Connie
Beinburg, Diane Ressinger, Nikki Kennison, corresponding secretaryg
Kris Tomescu, Claudia Floerke. Third Row: Becky Hiatt, Cheryl
Harding, Linda Wvilliams, Ruby Boykin, Chris Petree, Marilyn Woolley.
Judith Johneon, Susie Harvey. Patty Taylor. Anita Belding. Sherry
Sayles, Kathleen Moeller, Iris Williame. treaiurer: Sherrie Jones.
Fourth Row: Cheryl McGinnis, Regina Coffey, Tante Masters, rice
president: Teresa YVhite, Betty Wvatts. Sherri Heisman. Thea Maateia.
Vicci Nahas. Susan Clark. Sharon Smith. Jill Schmidt, Janice Talbert.
recording secretary: Martha Stockton, Linda McKinney.
FUTURE NURSES-Front Row: Mae Wallace, Wilrna Young. Teresa
Sultzer, Linda Walker, Vicki Collier, Juanita Hernandez, Elizabeth
Keller. Second Row: Janice Sheetz, president: Elizabeth Jeter, Sylyia
Compton, Karen Spaw. Donna Worley, chaplain: Lynda Marlean Har-
rison, Miss Blanche Williams, RN sponsor. Third Row: Georgia Drain.
Donna Wyzltt. Anise Frink. Vicki Poynter. Pallas Houser, Becky Muse
Margie Cheshire. Fourth Razr: Barbara Cheshire. secretary-treaauier1
Terry Boyd, Joyce Swanner. yice-president: Leslie Young. Betty Stock-
ton. Patricia NYeddington. Kerry l.. Binkley, Shirley Hantzie.
LETTERMENS CLUB-Front Row: Bob Kollmeyer, Steve Dildine,
Larry Medcalfe, Leroy Avery, John Ealy, Marion Casey, Ed Scahill,
Calvin Hardesty. Second Row: William Mansfield Jr., Roger Holder,
Bill Watson, Bernie Muffler, Earl Lee, Otis Curry, Felix Townsend.
Jeff Holbrook, Mr. Fred McCoy, sponsor. Third Row: Rod Morgan,
Mike Ensminger, Jessie Ealy, Jerry Roth, Charles Sanders, presidentg
Steve Sanders, Billy Thompson, vice president, Bob Teckenbrock.
Fourth Row: Ronald Johnson, Glen Johnson, Rod Wire, Michael
Price, Daniel Hoyt, Warren Marsden, John DeMoss, Clarence Beck-
with, Grant Imel, Leroy Robinson.
Athletics Scores Big ith Titans
GAA-Front Row: Doris Knox, Melba White, Brenda Poteet, Sherry
Floerke, Juanita Byers, junior representative, Janine Fogleman, junior
representativeg Judy Weaver. Second Row: Linda Sears, L. Christine
White, recording secretary: Patsy Ransom, Veronica Van Cleave, Nikita
Young, Teresa Sultzer, Linda Wong. representative. Third Row: Har-
riett Gooch, sophomore representative: Mary Ann Roberson, Linda
Neal, Margaret Ann Durrett, Donna Wyatt, Gloria Wright, Pearlie
Sanders, Elaine Taylor. Fourth Row: Alma Scott, Donna Blount,
treasurer, Betty Beverly, Violet Davis, filing secretary: Kerry Brinkley,
Lana Geminden, president: Gail Henderson, Jacqueline Hollins.
Past and Future Interest Pupils
HISTORY CLUB-Front Row: Beverly Polvadore, Margaret Godwin,
Raymond Floyd, Gary Etchison, historian, Susan Powell, president,
Linda Proffitt Christine Russell Gre or Cavanauvh. Second Row
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Linda Ingle, Jon Burroughs, assistant historian, M5131 Lynn Pfeiffer,
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Front Row: Janice Crawford
Darlene Roberts, Kathy Greig, Linda K. Myers, Linda K. Reeves
Marcia Montgomery, Kathryn Borden, Linda Arnett. Second Row?
Denise Whitted, Diane Ressinger, vice president, Debbie Witman
Kathy Fogleson, Marcia Bowers, Dianna Roberts, historian, Mrs
Deborah Moody, Linda Davis. secretary: Mr. Duane Blunkenliorn. spon-
sor. Third Row: Charles E. Lytle, Cary Cox. Rufus Collins. Richard
Bacon, Claude Stuart, Fred Bremer, treasurer: Charles Wendling. Larry
Dorothy Stout, sponsor. Third Row: Susan Clark, ,lon Burroughs.
Linda Sue Herman, Marilyn Miller, president, Carol Esary. Ellen
Eads, Julie Wheeler, Mary Loudermilk. Evelyn Miller. secretary. not
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RADIO CLUB-Front Row: Albert Blair, Eddie Craig, Steve Hooker,
Michael Hubbard, Larry Wells. Second Row: Mr. G. E. Bramblett,
WQPOF sponsorg Rodney Douglas, sergeant-at-arms: Dan Auble,
WAQFQP, president: William B. Smith, secretaryg Larry Pryor,
WA9MFF, chief operator.
DCE CLUB-Front Row: Bonitasue Johnson, Beverly Herrington,
Linda Schowengerdt. Brenda Schowengerdt, Sally Mitchell, vice-
president: Barbara Hosenkrans, Jackie Michael. Second Row: Mr.
Jack Longshore, sponsor: Particia Abbott, vice-presidentg Bettie Longs,
Don Buchanan, Butch Trefz, Sandra Gaunce, Louis Banholzer. Third
Row: Paula J. Dillahay, Joe Peterman, Mark Wright, Judy Copas,
Marshall Trimmer. Kathy Weatherford. Fourth Row: Sharon Wallace,
Barbara Parish, John Laffey, presidentg Thomas Pirtle, Doug Palmer,
Carole Yule, Richard Storm, treasurer.
CHESS TEAM-Front Row: Mike Gemmill, Harry Benson. Greg
Porter, Barry Winkle, Gary Elliott. William Buckley, Randy Fraser.
Second Row: Larry Auble, Charles Brasher, Larry Biech, Jeffrey
The only club on campus requiring a federal license
to operate, the Radio Club, is unique. The club trained
its members to obtain their own licenses and aided
other schools in beginning new clubs. This year the club
worked with the W.A.S. certificate as its goal. This
certificate is awarded to radio clubs when contact has
been made with all states in the United States. Besides
most of the states, Tech,s club has contacted Mexico,
Belgium, France, Russia, Israel, and many other
Combining scholastic education and vocational train-
ing, the members of the Diversified Cooperative Educa-
tion Club gained much from the experience. The Em-
ployee-Employer Banquet was one of the main high-
lights for DCE members this year. Pat Abbott and
Jacqueline Michael were Tech's voting delegates at the
state convention at LU. in the fall.
During the school year, Y-Teens enjoyed splash
parties and a hayride. They contributed money to
Techis scholarship fund and aided at hospitals and
nursing homes. Y-Teens also had membership in the
This year the Chess Team added something new.
Chess meets with other schools by active varsity and
reserve teams sparked action. Prizes were awarded at
the end of the year to the most successful players.
Oliveira, Donald Spears. Mr. John Kern, sponsor. Third Row: Michael
Beem, lsaac Stansberry. Larry D. Anderson. Richard K. Bacon, James
M. Nolte. James Austin. David Hawley. Robert Spencer.
Y-TEENS-Front Row: Rossetta Hughes. Janice Yates. Paulette Suggs.
Emily Cade. Sandy Cable. Marilyn Maxwell. Lillie Mae Barnett. Sec-
ond Row: Nancy L. Buckley. Sandra Fleetwood. Judy Wiley. Vivian
Wright, treasurer: Sandra C-reen. secretaryg Sherry Sayles. ICC rep-
resentative: Mrs. Elya Wignall. sponsor. Third Row: Crystal Rhodes.
president: Ruby Boykin, Karolyn Jean Waid. Betty Stockton. Mary
Stuart. Teresa McCaskey. Dollie Reese. vice-president. Not pictured.
Annie Spencer. Minnie McCurry, ICC representatives.
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PRINTING CLUB-Front Row: Mr. C. S. Armel, sponsor: Robert Lumpkin, secretary: Frank Renfro, president: Ricky Whitt, vice-presi-
Boyd, Dean McClary, Robert Haines. Donald McClary, Mr. R. M. dent, Clyde Young, Thornton Van Sickles.
Smith. sponsor. Second Row: Lawrence Miller, Paul Birkla. Mike
CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-Front Row: Roy Prasley, David
Cooper, Naomi L. Anderson. Susan Watts, Mr. William Tozer, sponsor.
Second Row: Mr. David Beeson, sponsor: Anthony Wilkinson, Terry
NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB-Front Row: Sherry Johnson, secretary:
Maureen Minor, Donna J. Johnson. Debbie J. Johnson. Shurden Owens.
Linda Ross, Joyce Goodwin. Rebecca Laing. Pamela Reed, Zandra
Hess. Frances Elliott, Marsha Thorndike, Michael Pedigo. Second
Row: Donna Hartle. Sherry L. Fagan. Phyllis Wardwell, corresponding
secretary: Bobbe Bigelow. Patricia Brenson, Linda Barber, Mahlon
Arnett. Beth Puckett. Hallie Maria Williams. Mary Lynn Pfeiffer,
Winfred Turner. Marsha M. Allen, Joseph Eads. Third Row: Harold
Cramford, Keith Williams, Timothy Wand. Third Row: Cornelius D.
Stravers, Charles Robert Wendling, Richard Kenneth Bacon, James
M. Nolte, Dave Black, Edgar Parido.
Skudrovskis, Deborah Abernathy. Relis D. Cline, Elizabeth Kern,
Jose C. Joven, Newman Montgomery, Walter Anderson, Floyd B.
Ireland, Bill Isbell, Otis Hasty, Debbie Decker, treasurer: Jo Anne
Benge, Allen Clover. Fourth Row: Bill Watson. David Abernathy,
Kenneth Townsend, Gary Arnold, Michael C. Huffman. James Sutton,
John Parry, Edwin Davidson, Steven A. Colvin, Richard Kenneth Bacon
Larry D. Anderson, C. Rufus Collins, Franklin Oliver, William Tynes,
Craig Decker, president: Mr. Michael Simmons, sponsor.
XYZ CLUB-Front Row: Sylvia Taylor, Janet Huebner, president:
Keith Monday, Charles Wendling, Jeffrey Oliveira, Cornelius Stravers,
Michael Huffman. Second Row: Linda Monroe, David DeVine, David
Cooper, Susan Bright, Jerry Troxel, Faye Frost, corresponding sec-
retary, treasurerg Marcia Montgomery, vice-president: Susan Watts
D. Scott Smith. Third Row: David Black. David Rose, Gerry Cilliatte
Naioma Stockton, Joseph Eads, Robert Spencer, Marilyn Thiry. Jeff
Hutchens, Mrs. Connie Bolinger, sponsor.
lubs Provide Varied Program
Using the facilities of Techis well equipped Print
Shop, Future Printers learned much about their chosen
occupation during a busy club year.
Chemistry-Physics Club members broadened their
scientific knowledge at meetings in the Old Shop Build-
ing. Experiments using the fundamentels of physical
science made membership rewarding.
One of the largest and most active clubs on campus
was the Natural Science Club with its weekly meetings
and many educational field trips. A journey to the
Indianapolis Zoo was a highlight of their year.
Squares, triangles, and circles provided basic con-
cepts for two Tech clubs. XYZ Club members used these
figures in the mathematical sense. Art Club members
employed the forms in a more creative way. Numerous
field trips gave members experience of value in hobbies
and prospective occupations.
ART CLUB-Front Row: Gail Collins, Mary P. Collins, Vicki Gilly,
Gina Hamby, Patti Michael, secretary: Patty Curtin. Second Row:
Pam Duckett, Rebecca Laing, Vicci Nahas, Belinda Ransom, Lula
Lawson, Phyllis Coleman, Bill Vernon. Third Row: Miss Lorena
Phemister, sponsor: Janice Vint, Angela Thomas, Tom Burnwortli,
Ken Taylor, Jr., Henry J. Dorsey.
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TECH Howe 0
TECH Broad Ripple 20
TECH Cathedral 21
TECH Seeeina 6
TECH Warren Central 0
TECH 13 Manual 0
TECH 27 Kokomo 13
TECH 13 Wasllingtoll 0
TECH 33 Arlington 12 A, wi
TECH 20 Sllortridge 14 N
All-City Titans inelude Jessie Ealy, junior halflbackg Mike Ens-
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As the Titan team left the Shortridge Field, with ex-
cited Techites in pursuit, one of the best football seasons
Tech fans have ever witnessed drew to a close. The
Tech gridders had defeated Shortridge in a thrilling
game that assured Tech a share of the city title. The
smashing 9-1 record, the best since '57, also placed the
Titans in the state's number two spot.
Tech's only setback of the season came against a
strong Cathedral team on a humid, 80-degree evening.
The Titans blasted back, however, upsetting undefeated
Manual. The following week the gridders downed the
top team in the state, Kokomo, 27-13. Even after mak-
ing a second bus trip due to a light failure in Kokomois
stadium, they made a spectacular appearance before a
hugh Kokomo Homecoming crowd.
The Shortridge game proved to be a dramatic ending
to a dramatic year. Probably one of the hardest-fought
and most exciting games of the season looked like a
runaway with Tech leading 13-0 at one time. But with
1:15 seconds left to play, Tech fell behind 14--13. De-
termination played a key role in the Titan offense as
they drove 4-1 yards in 29 seconds.
This yearis team was privileged to have in its back
field two of the best ball carriers in the city. All-State
junior halfback, Jessie Ealy, became known for his long
runs and precious second efforts. Picture at right f bot-
tomj shows Jessie as he dives for the extra yard. When
the team was in need of a tough yard for the first down,
Leroy Robinson was on the spot, muscling his way
through the stone wall of the opposing team. On the line
were co-captains Mike Ensminger, center, and Rod
Morgan, guard. These boys did a tremendous job lead-
ing their team in a championship season. Pictured at
right ftopj with Coach Medcalfe, these captains not
only played a good game, but did an excellent job
sparkling life into the team when spirits were low. Cer-
tainly Techites will be proud of this team for years
Record, apture Co Crt Title
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RESERVE FOOTBALL-Front Row: Ron Morris. Ron Rucker, Ron
Baker, Vic Ayers, Walter Strong, Walter Grundy, Mike Abbott, Ronald
Woods, Leroy Mason, Dwight Blue, Jeffery Beck, Edward Cabbell, Ed
Bluitt. Second Row: Coach W. Dininger, Richard Bell, Joe Morton,
Mark Winzenread, Steve Mackey, Tom Avery, William Jones, Bruce
Canady, David Bailey, James Chapman, Ron Rady, Calvin Hardesty,
Dennis Alexander, Coach I. Moreman. Third Row: Robert Smith,
,loc Swinford, ,lim Craig, Jerry Bean, Tom Adams, Don Imel, Ray-
mond Hill, Dennis Rice, Leroy Beck, Richard Nickels, Pat Blue,
Reserve Footballers Prepare
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TECH 13 Howe O
TECH 6 Broad Ripple 9
TECH 7 Cathedral 26
TECH 0 Scecina 13
TECH 10 Warren Central 0
TECH 12 Manual 0
TECH 26 Washington 0
TECH 0 Arlington 7
TECH 16 Shortridge 12
The reserve footballers barely made the winning
ranks with a 5-4 record. The year was slow starting
with three losses in the first four games. The next three
weeks produced three Titan victories without letting the
opponents score. With the stronger reserve players and
second year varsity teamed up, next year's varsity
shows strong possibilities.
The Freshmen tied in the win-lose column at four
each. With the strong running of Milton Allen, the
Freshmen scored against strong opponents. Coaches
Caskey and Hurrle did a fine job of teaching the
newcomers the art of the game.
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL-Front Row: Darnell Dawson, Mike Price,
Milton Price, Randall Cox, Steve Crubbs, Richard Baylor, Max Hut-
ton, Floyd VanWye, Greg McCloud, Joe Parker, Solomon Varnado,
Steven Campbell. Second Row: John Strubbe, Ron Robbins, William
Maddox, Ray Bryant, John Webster, Michael Majors, Robert Davis,
David Sellers, David Kellum, Nathaniel Hardy, Henry McGraw, Ken-
neth Phillips. Third Row: Coach J. Hurrle, Thomas Leavell, Reginald
Bishop, Ceraldi Franklin, Sylvester Edwards, Cary Lish, Don Criffin.
Barry Jefferies. 1Vayne Ferguson. Mike Johnson, James Lewis, Terry
Loux. Coach Harry Caskey. Fourth R01l'I David Russell. Kenneth
Roach, Phil Lynch, Cregory Alsott. Steve Boggs, Claude Ventner.
James Officer, Robert Medcalf, Cary Sanders. Steve Purkerson. Richard
McClain, Wayne Massa.
Klip., MAJORETTES: Peggy lflerchekas, Judy Parrish, Chris Petree, head
COLOR GUARD: Sherry Burk, Marilyn McCarty, Marilyn Lucas,
jj' majorette, Anne Stuart, Linda Darland.
Feminine Talent Adds Sparkle
Adding feminine charm and sparkle to Techis all-boy
athletic contests, the lVlajorette Corps bubbled through
many routines this year. The group presented the flags
and entertained at pre-game and half-time shows. The
girls also marched with the band in various parades.
Led by head majorette, Chris Petree, the corps was
composed of four different groups. The five majorettes
perfected baton routines for the games. Flag routines
were the specialty of the six flag twirlers. The four
trumpeteers and the four colorguards joined in pre-
game activities and pom-pom routines.
These groups are sponsored by Miss Shirley Parrett.
FLAGTWIRLERS: Janine Fogleman, Donna Johnson, Linda Phillips
Betty Watts, Barbara Hamon, Patty Marshall.
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Glaspie, Lynn Cartrell, John Kuhn, Felix Townsend,
Bob Teckenbrock, Earl Lee, Jerry Roth, Coach Bruce
McGeath. Second Row: Arthur Enlow, Kenneth Town-
send, Dennis DeBruhl, Danny Doan, Larry Cook, Jim
Handy, Glenn Bentley, Jerry Taylor, Mike Harp, Elmer
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Kurbursky, Kenneth Purvis. Third Row: Coach Fred
McCoy, John Hilton, Kevin Lacey, Gary Cartrell, Larry
Miles, Jerry Andrews, James Black, Danny Alexander,
Stanley Broadus. Fourth Row: Allen Lee, Michael Boofer,
David Cooper, Dorsey Young, Steven Utley, Grant Wood-
son, Kenneth Mathew.
Braving the brisk fall weather, Techis cross
country team made a fine representation of the
school, running against stiff competition. The Tech
Harriers had a good season, winning four out of
five dual meets, but could fare no better than
seventh in the rough sectional competition. Jerry
Roth led the Techites finishing a strong second
place, in his class.
Carrying the Tech banner proudly, the Fresh-
man runners did a tremendous job, winning all
dual meets, finishing first in the Broad Ripple In-
vitational, and capturing city title. Led by Mike
Boofer, it looks as if those ugreenyn runners will
bring Tech a bright future in the two mile circuit.
For those not familiar with Cross Country scor-
ing, the low score wins-runners receiving one
point for a first place, two points for second, and
on up to twelve points for a twelfth place finish.
Titans Burn Two-Mile Circuit
Cross Country Scores
TECH 29, Washington 29, Ben Davis 74, Southport 22, TECH 38,
21, Lawrence 40
37, Howe 18
13, Arlington 27
second in Broad Ripple Invitational
22, Northwest 34-
fifth out of 23 in Columbus Invitational
fifth in City Meet
14th out of 23 in Shortridge Invitational
7th out of 20 in Sectionals.
Chilly fall weather didnit keep cross country boys
from practice. Runners are Mike Harp, Felix Town-
send, Bob Teckenbrock, and Earl Lee.
VARSITY WRESTLING-Front Row: Barry
Hammond, Steve Handy, Don Buchanan, Calvin
Hardesty, Leonard Scott. Second Row: Robert
Childs, manager: Steve Dildine, Edward Vance,
Leroy Avery, Siegfried Borczak. Third Row:
Louis Clark, Jerry Keen, Mike Ensminger, John
Jarrett, Coach John Hurrle.
atmen Wrestle for Winnin Year
The matmen poured energy, spirit, and determination
into their specialty this year. Many meals Went by
untouched so that weight could be made for an ap-
proaching meet. Wiestling is an individual's sport.
When the grappler comes up against someone his own
size, it's win or lose between the two.
Tech was represented in the state finals hy Leroy
Leroy was beaten in
Avery in the 138 pound class.
the finals but not before putting down many opponents
in a very successful year. City champ Steve Dildine,
who lost only 3 matches all year, and Mike Ensminger,
a sectional champ and winner of 17 matches, helped
Tech wind up with a 7-6 record. Tech will return next
year with another terrific team to participate in this
rough and tumbling sport.
Titan grappler, Calvin Hardesty, has upperhand over South-
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TECH 31 Washington
TECH 31 Broad Ripple
TECH 18 Cathedral
TECH 40 Wood
TECH 19 Arlington
TECH 22 Manual
TECH placed 6th in city meet
TECH 22 Ben Davis
TECH 21 Shortridge
TECH 2nd in Howe Invitational
TECH 30 Howe
TECH 31 Lawrence
TECH 11 North Central
TECH 20 Southport
Diane Ressinger Anita Whitemoss Jill Schmidt
Tante Masters, captain Debbie Barnett
When the Titan team ran onto the floor, a thunderous
roar rose from the stands. Two things could he credited
for this reaction. One was the great team performance
shown this year. The other was the energetic demon-
stration of the cheerleaders that led all Tech fans in
urging their team to victory. With overflowing pride
in their school, the girls never lacked enthusiasm to
spark their team.
The girls Went through routines almost as strenuous
Sadie Hawkins night found cheerleaders dressed for the
as those of the hall players. With Mrs. Mary Lou
Manka as sponsor and Tante Masters as captain, the
varsity squad seldom failed to draw applause from the
For the first time in years they were assisted hy a
huge Tech cheerhloek, the Titan 300! Witli over 400
members, these Techites made it evident to the team
that they were being hacked 100 per cent.
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Techites 'Gwent wild" after defeating heavily favored
Very few loose balls got past the alert Titan green.
Larry and Tante brought out their best rags for the Sadie
Basketball Scores Q17-3D
TECH 81 Warren Central 56
TECH 87 Southport 74
TECH 77 Arlington 51
TECH 68 Elwood 60
TECH 66 Ben Davis 53
TECH 67 Connersville 34
TECH 59 Attucks 49
TECH 73 North Central 57
TECH 79 Muncie Central 62
TECH 66 Howe 86
TECH 61 Manual 60
HTECH 87 Scecina 49
HTECH 83 Howe fovertimel 87
TECH 53 Shortridge 47
TECH 85 Cathedral 62
TECH 96 Broad Ripple 63
TECH 85 Madison 74
TECH 78 Kokomo 63
TECH 61 Washington 57
TECH 86 Scecina 63
it city tourney
Joe Henderson got a mouth full of basketball action in the Southport
Mike Price, left above, proved to be an outstanding rehounder and
defender throughout the season. Also pictured, foreground, is Ross
Furry. At right, Chick Sanders 1530 has a tense moment as Mike
i311 captures the ball. ,
ueens Reign ver Titan Athletics
BASKETBALL QUEENS: Susie Harvey, Queen of Queens, Anita Whitemossg Anita
Betty Watts reigned as JAMBOREE
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student managerg Gerald Sears, Steve Sanders. Second Row: .loe Evans, Mike Price, Ross Furry, Athletic Director Charles P. Dagwell
Henderson, James Price, Otis Curry, Glen Johnson, Warren Marsden. Trainer Howard Catt. Chick Sanders, not pictured.
Titans Blast lnto Tourne rbit,
After a terrific season of 17 wins and 3 losses, the
Titan team rocketed to its peak and climbed to the final
game of the State Basketball Tournament. With two of
their three losses going to Howe, the team looked for-
ward to a third crack at the Hornets in the Regionals.
But Howe bowed out to under-dog Beech Grove, and
Tech had a near-clear path.to the Regional champion-
Stiffer competition awaited the Titan ten in the Semi-
Finals, but determined players downed Aurora 81-64
and Greensburg 79-75, becoming Semi-Finals champs.
This placed Tech in the Finals-a surprise to all
except the Tech family. After three week-ends of
Victory celebrations, the Titans met a heart-breaking
defeat in the final game. Eight teams fell at the hands
of the Titan ten before the crusade was stopped by
Michigan City 63-52. But the celebrating continued,
for every Techite was proud of the fine performances
of the team throughout the season and especially in
Cheer leaders formed an active background for VlP's on the stage
at the pre-State assembly: Mrs. Mary Lou Manka. cheer leader spon-
sor: Charles Dagwell. Athletic Director: Paul I. Miller. Assistant
Superintendent of Schools: George Ostheimer, Superintendent of
Schools: Howard L. Longshore, Principal.
Mayor John Barton, shown here with Mr. Longshore was a
guest of the school at an assembly before the Semi-State
SGIZG State Runner-Up Troph
Before the State Finals cheer leaders led fans by perform The Titan 4'300" professed its loyalty to school and team.
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strong. Bottom: Becky Hill, Susie Harvey, Patty Taylor.
RESERVE CHAMPS-Front Row: Yvyrnan Brown, manager Marvin Tardy, Jerry Dockery. YValter Grundy, Nathan Apple-
Charles Johnson. Mark Winzenread. Danny Pride. James ton, Clarence Randolph, Coach Carl Meditch.
Chapman, Jay Reno. Second R0ll'.' Howard Cult. trainer:
FRESHMAN CHAMPS-Front Row: Coach Ernest Cline,
Tim Schneider, head managerg Ricky Roark, William Haw-
thorne, Bob Caddie, Harold Russell, manager. Second Row:
John Hilton, David Graves, David Mitchell, Gerald Franklin,
Reginald Bishop. Third Row: Jerry Andrews, managerg
With the Freshman and Reserve Basketball squads
both capturing city titles, the future may be a bright
one for Tech. Both teams are full of individual talent
and that all-important drive in Working as a team.
The Freshmen squad Went into the city title bout
with a 9-1 record. After defeating 3 other teams they
bumped off Washington 44-41 in the finals. Coach
Cline's boys finished the year with a 17-3 record.
The Reserves finished the season 15-7. They defeated
Washington 46-44 in the final game of the city com-
petition. Coach Meditch thinks the boys will be ready
to fill the varsity spots for next year's team. An en-
couraging feature of the team is its well balanced scor-
Randall Walker, Richard Baylor, William Beck, Mike Hud-
son, Sylvester Edwards. Fourth Row: William Taylor, Terry
Loux, Cary Sanders, James Lewis, Charles Hayes, Roland
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Jo Ann Irwin, Becky Buchanan
Debbie Ramsey, Becky Green.
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Individual talent can be expressed best in golf and
tennis. These are sports that require skill and form
of the participant.
The tennis team began practicing in the gym before
the weather permitted outdoor practice. With spring
temperatures, the boys made a quick trip to the tennis
courts. The tennis team had its share of new members
this year with high hopes of developing into good rep-
resentatives for the school.
Golf is one of the less strenuous, but more difficult
sports offered at Tech. Perfect form in swinging the
club is a necessity for a good golfer.
Techites need not fear being hit by flying balls on
campus, for most of the team practice is done at the
Pleasant Run Course.
Lynn Cartrell prepares to return served ball
COACHES: Mr. John Eason,
tennis, Mr. Phillip Quillin,
Mike Ensminger and Frank Renfro A
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swing of things.
Baseballers practice batting. Mike Hickey catches as Eddy Montgomery keeps eyes on the ball. Waiting
to bat are Roy Craft, John Fogleman, William Mansfield and Ed Scahill.
Baseball Makes Tech Scene
J ack Schafer hurls ball toward strike zone.
Coach Ivan Moreman
Before the snow had melted with Warmer weather,
the crack of swinging bats echoed across the Tech
campus. With the first signs of spring, Tech's Babe
Ruth's were on the diamond preparing for another year
of rough competition.
Hoping to improve on last year,s record, Coach
Moreman found the weather suitable for early practice.
With the first of March, the boys were in uniform, look-
ing forward to some exciting baseball action. A winning
season bloomed in the minds of all Titan baseball fans.
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Titan Track Team Talented
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Four years ago the Freshman City Track Meet was won
by the Tech freshman team, and now these boys are
seniors. The time came to Win again.
The distance runners practiced all year lround, and
could often he seen striding through the campus. This
yearis team started early in the season with very good
times, and as a result of hard and long practice, had
an excellent year.
One of the strongest members of the team was found
in Marion Casey, pole vaulter. Last year, as a junior,
Marion placed fourth in the state meet.
Distance runners Larry Medcalfe and Jerry Roth be-
came quite familiar with Tech's quarter-mile oval.
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Fred N. Reeder
Vice-Principal in charge of programs, records and
Kenneth F. Puckett
Vice-Principal in charge of finance
dministrators Chart ur Course
Odus A. Landreth
Vice-Principal and Administrative Assistant in charge of
Vice-Principal in charge of Evening Division
With messages issuing from the Arsenal, Techis own
umission control," vice-principals and directors, guided
the Titan Flight '66 to great heights. Keeping up-to-date
on school life data, these men Worked consistently to
maintain a smooth course for the thousands involved at
Tech. Theirs was the task of coordinating activities, of
planning the financing of the project, of the scheduling
the work, and of maintaining the launching area. These
were the details that centered in "mission control."
Herman T. Hinshaw
Vice-Principal in charge of pupil personnel
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Left, top to bottom: Charles P.
Dagwcll, Athletic Directorg
Cecil T. Trcsslar, Publications
Directorg Harry C. Caskey,
Neighborhood Youth Program
Director. Right: Gaylord Al-
len, Guidance Director
G. lxenneth Barr Audio Yi ual Director
Librarians: Mary lx Cart Marjorie qchoch head Mrs
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Director of Special Education
Director of Shops, Buildings and Grounds
Director of Student Activities
Director of DCE
Director of Evening School Guidance
ounselors Lend uiding Hand
All year long there Was a never-ending line of stu-
dents Waiting for conferences with guidance counselors.
These active people spent every spare moment planning
student programs, consulting with department heads,
studying the new courses offered, and checking and
rechecking each detail to confirm the students' hopes
for a bright and successful future.
Mrs. Martha A. Turpin, Dean of Cirlsg Mrs. Barbara Dearing, Counseling
Mahlon Carlock, Counseling Assistant: Donald Dailey, Dean of Boys
Ernest F. Cline, Floyd Tobrocke, Junior High Counselors.
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BOOKSTORE CLERKS: Mesdames LaVerne Stewart, Frances Craig,
SOCIAL SERVICE-Front: Mrs. Wilma Simms, Miss Frances Eick-
hoff. Back: Mrs. Kay Sutherlin, Mrs. Carolyn Ray. Not pictured Mrs.
ffice, Bookstore, Social Service
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OFFICE STAFF-Front Row: Mesdames Ann Loyal, Caroline Hyatt, Reeves, Louise Creasser, Helen Harvey, Dorothy Armel, Rosalynne
Rita Tussey, Edna Ayres, Ruth Berryman, Fannie Fowler, Florence Yarnell, Elsie Robards, Misses Norma Rodwald, Patricia Littell.
Cox, Virginia Cauble. Second Row: Mesdames Gloria Robbins, Phyllis
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DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTANTS-Front Row: Mesdames Lillian Fields, Alice Goodwin. Second Row: Mesdames Gwendolyn Huff,
Brandes, Gertrude Russell, Judith Shattuck, Betty Rowland, Jeannette Verda Allee, Robert Furry, Lowell Dant.
Staffs Are ital
Working behind the scenes, five groups of men and
Women assisted in the operation of the school.
Departmental assistants performed tasks ranging
from secretarial and clerical work to the ordering of
The office staffs of both the day and evening schools
kept records and Worked directly under the vice-
principals to keep a careful and precise log of the
Titan Flight '66,
Dispensing hooks and supplies to Techite customers,
the Bookstore staff worked hard to keep up with the
constant demands of the students.
The Social Service workers helped students who
needed guidance and aid throughout their high school
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Eileen Thompson, Mary Pentecost. Second Row: Mesdames Mil-
dred Langlotz, Mary Hoffman, Alpha Smith.
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CAFETERIA STAFF-Front Row: Mesdames Laura Merrill, Marie
Russell, Helen Schroder, Rosa Stelting, Christine Hodge, Thelma
Simpson, Leota Brown, Jessie Elliott, Christine Gunter, Christine Still,
Lola Moore. Second Row: Mesdames Janie Webb, Lola Klein, Esta
Parsely, Mary Kidwell, Elsie Roberts, Opal Rife, Genevieve Haigerty,
Emma Burroughs, Marie Sutton, Alberta Karnes, Lillian Klier, Mary
Coverstone, Laura Wittenbrock. Third Row: Mesdames Norma Smith
Susie Rost, Mary Melvin, Gertrude Ray, Jessie Hobson, Enid Laingz
Nora Prendergast, Louise Emberton, Dorothy Rosemeyer. Fourth Row:
Fred Crisler, Mesdames Thelma Garner, Audrey Barrett, Ilma Gil-
allaspy, Miss Emma Bockweg, Mesdames Mae Starkey, Goldie Duffy,
Margaret Garrison, Opal Sterrett, Helen Karnes, Emitt Primus. Fifth
Row: Mesdames Lillian Sherwood, Sarah Laubach, Elsie Sigg, Florence
Jaus, Mae Reevers, Angie Clearwater, Flossie Sanders, Gladys Thomp-
son, William Griswell. Mesdames Florence Cameron, Ethel Kreis not
llis Fare in Tech,
Hungry pupils ate miles of Tech-made pies this year.
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An advanced class of food eaters energetically begins its daily
Listening to recorded music as they drank their milk
shakes, pupils relaxed and enjoyed their new cafeteria
during one of the four lunch periods at Tech. Housed in
the new Cafeteria-Music Building, the student lunch-
room is equipped with 144 tables and 1,365 colorful
On the same floor are located modern kitchens for
food preparation and classrooms for commercial foods
classes. Also on the first floor are the faculty dining
room and lounge.
On the second floor rises the unheard blare of horns
and the beat of drums from the Music Department. Un-
heard? Yes, for the new building has been sound-
proofed to prevent disturbing other classes.
The Publications Office of the Arsenal Cannon
weekly and yearbook left their traditional home in
the West Residence to occupy quarters on the second
floor of the new building.
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HEAD CUSTODIANS: Tom Walker and E. C. Hamilton.
CAMPUS POLICE: Patrolman Wilburt Cruner, Sgt. C-corge Martin
and Patrolman Jack Heavenridge.
DEPARTMENT HEADS-Front Row: Harold Elliott, Drafting: Sam
Dudkowski, Auto Trades: William Siedlecki, Social Studiesg Robert
Belding, Mathematics: Clyde S. Armel, Printing. Second Row: Irene
Rhodes, English: Hilda Kreft, Home Economics: Oakley E. Rickey,
Art: Mona Woodward, Business Education: John Farley, Biological
Science. Third Row: Morris Woods, Building Tradesg William F.
Moon, Music: Reuben D. Behlmer, Health and Physical Educationg
Norman Brinker, Metal Trades: Louis D. Allen, Physical Science. Rita
Sheridan, Foreign Languageg Lewis Marshall, Electrical Tradesg not
llys Strive for Excellence
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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Bernice Jones. Mrs. Mary
Furry. Gertrude lnslev, James Beeler, Martha Gascbo. James Mann,
Margaret Backer. Judith McBride. Second R014-: Mesdarnes Margaret
Clapp. Margaret Hahn. Nancy Jo Secrest. Mrs. Arvilla M. Bennett.
Hester Anne Hale, Robert Maloy. Mesdames Barbara Soutbwick, Jane
Ann Lemen. Third Rolf: Mesdames Marjorie Garrett. Mildred Mc-
Afee. Constance Harvey, Virginia Hurt. Mesdames Linda Vaughn.
Joyce A. Hanna. Kathryn S. Francq. Janice R. Davidson, Barbara
Machin. Fourth Row: Thomas Danheiser. Mrs. Erelyn Surso. Mar-
garet Waters. Mrs. Carol Bean. C. T. Tresslar. E. F. Hardiman, Mes-
dames Diane Comstock, Jennie Taylor. Margaret R. Nessler.
MATHEMATICS AND HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENTS -
Front Row: Mesdames Florence Boots, Nancy Gillette, Ruth Metcalf,
Christine Bennett, Connie Bolinger, Elva Wignall. Harold S. Brown,
Mrs. Judy Flesher, Frances H. Smith, Mrs. Ruth Stafford. Second
Row: Mesdames Mildred Wallace, Dorothy Gavin. Betty Mansfield,
Robert Belding, Mesdames Marion Strickland, Marian Holly, Marjorie
McCutcheon. Harry Smith, Dale W. Sare, James Borshoff. Third Row:
SOCIAL STUDIES AND BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENTS
-Front Row: Alice M. Johnson. Katherine Book, Mrs. Sarah F. Hamer,
Edna L. Maley, Mrs. Dorothy Stout. Lois Sink, Mrs. Anne Wilson.
Margaret Peterson. Mesdames Esther Carpenter. Virginia Jackson.
Second Row: Mesdames Gwen Ohmit. Phyllis Bryant. Elbert W.
Smith, Karl C. Schneider, Keith Kuck. Mrs. Martha Bradshaw. Jackie
Harell, Mesdames Lois Smith. Jane Jones. Third Rozr: Mrs. Dorothy
Mrs. Elizabeth Holtsclaw, Marguerite Hardy, Richard Glover. William
R. Wheeler, W. W. Welch, Donald Robinson, Mesdames Marian Moore
Natalie Ransom, Mildred Eccleston. Fourth Row: Charlotte Ashbau h
Mildred Corrie, Carl H. Corbin, Maurice Kriese. Rowland Leyernc7
Ronald Ireland, John Stoeckinger, Richard O. Shock, Mrs. Wyolent
Cody, Janiece Helm.
Lyon, Forrest R. Caldwell. Robert E. Meyer. John A. Miner. Charles
Harry. William D. Siedlecki. W'alter Diningei. John Kanousf-, M
Turpin Davis. Kenneth M. Bayless. Fourth Ron: Gerald l.amkin
William N. Guess. Robert E. Casey. Mahlon W. tfailork. William R
Kimberlin. Clyde Smith. Jr.. Leonard Jeffers, Duane Blankcnhorn
Bruce V. Mitchell. Wesley Murphy. Delbert West.
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BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE, HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
DEPARTMENTS-Front Row: Blanche Williams, Patsy L. Scott, Anna
Parker, Mildred A. Johnston, Arthur Kirsch, Howard J. Catt, Bruce
McGeath, Mrs. Mercedes Guess. Sharon Parrett, Betty Brodhecker,
Shirley Parrett. Second Row: John Peters, Jack Bradford, Ward
Whalin, John W. Kendrick, Scott McCoy, Reuben Behlmcr, Mrs. Ruth
Shannon, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka, Robert Woodard, Bob Martin, Fred
McCoy. Third Row: David S. Hon, Ellen Reininga, Roy Terrell, Mel-
vin Bowers, Phillip Quillin, Ernest Cline, John Eason, Paul Myers,
Kenneth Bar, Ray Reed, Carlos Bell. Fourth Row: William M. John-
son, Daniel Camplese, Robert F. Collins, Howard L. Cook, Michael
Simmons, Ivan Moreman, John Hurrle, Thomas R. Dawson, Arthur G.
Wilkinson, Kenneth A. Thompson, John E. Wythe.
hysical and Mental Emphasized
FOREIGN LANGUAGE, MUSIC. ART. AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENTS-Front Row: Janice D. Cooper, Mrs. Maria B.
Lagadon, Virginia Hurt, Constance Harvey. Mrs. Patricia Baxter, Mrs.
Serine Eine. Mrs. Mary B. Bedcll. LaVon Whitrnire. and Mrs. Susanna
Underwood. Second Row: Ernest Medcalie, Mrs. Doris Webber, Louise
Swan, Charles Glore. Orlando Chomar, Lorena Phemister, and David
Beeson. Third Row: Raymond Brandes, William Tozer, Mrs. Pauline
Caldwell, WVillia1n Graney, John Kern, John R. Kasting, Leo Deming,
Kermit L. Swenson, and Robert E. Simpson. Fourth Row: Richard S.
Orton, Wlilliam R. Hawley, Harold J. Stewart. James H. May. Rita
Sheridan, Edward L. Ring, Hadley Haworth, Paula Hawkins. Ralph
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TION AND PRINTING DEPARTMENTS-Front Row: Emanuel Williarri Tremp, Clifford Allen, Donald Miller. Dale Ilerrington, Fred
CFUSCFV Byron MCC01ly, Rflland Boughtfm, Oral Henderson, Floyd Mayer, Paul Oscarson, Kenneth Gilliland. Fourth Row: Stephen Behl-
Billington, Ralph Clark, Robert Smith, Verl Whetstine. Second Row: mer, William Berger, Ernest Holmes, Howard Johnson. Lewis Pence,
James Hause, Paul Vogt, John Hill, Garold Bramblett, Robert Crooke, Jack Longshore, Harold Deem, Burney Jackson, Douglas Thornpfon.
COUNSELORS-Front Row: Mrs. Sarah Hamer, Kenneth Baylees. Mrs.
Mildred McAlee, Patsy Lou Scott. Second Row: Carlos Bell, John W. ASSISTANTS To THE DEANS-Fmnt Rim... C1,m.l,.S
Hurrlev Rlchard S110CktDuHHe Blfmkenhom- Harry. Ernest Medvalfe, Judith McBride, Mrs. Dorothy
Stout. Back Row: Sharon Parrett, Howard Call.
Using the English Departmentis new overhead projector, Bruce
sf Grant Imel and Clinton Sparks discovered the slide rule
Weber explained fundamentals of punctuation to Miss Hester
New Teaching Methods
Everett lVlcClung and Ernie Lynn were two of the many students who
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found interesting reading in the departmenfs
cut the time on some of those
Larry Pryor demonstrated to Debbie Barnett some of the complexities of new math.
Moolernize Tech's Departments
,lim Jacobs and Dan Renault found the answer to rough math
homework by use of a computer.
Headed by Miss Irene Rhodes, Techis English
Department was the largest and most populated
on campus. As six credits in English were required
for graduation, most Techites were enrolled in one
of the 180 daily classes. Forty men and women
made up the staff, and taught accelerated, normal,
slow, and remedial classes in English I-VI. and ad-
vanced courses in literature, composition, and
Special activities made many classes more inter-
esting. Mr. Thomas Danheiser's modern literature
class made a detailed study of Vlfilliam Colcling's
Lord of the Flies. lVlrs. Doris WelJbe1"s classes de-
signed and wrote Christmas greetings to he sent
to Viet Nam.
The Math Department. one of largest and most
important on the campus, operates with Mr.
Robert Belding as its head. At his side are 20
other qualified teachers meeting 96 classes a day.
with an enrollment of 2800 pupils. Classes range
in levels from practical arithmetic to the complex
analytic geometry, a course for college-hound stu-
dents. The teachers not only teach but attend
school themselves in order to prepare themselves
in the new math.
Donna Fogleman, Jon Burroughs, Margaret Godwin, Joseph Mat-
lock and James Stacey wait eagerly for instructions in German
Are Ellis Hines, Paula Chambers, and Gina Hamby in Span-
ish class or Driver Education?
Foreign anguage ls Fun. Si, Si! Ja, J .
Pupils used the Language Laboratory for ear training in
French. First Row: Paula Scott, Howie Pfeiffer. Second
Row: Rosemary Robertson, John Picot. Third Row: Dennis
Russell, Vivian Pender.
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The Foreign Language Department offers four years
of French, German, Latin and Spanish and a one-
semester course in Latin and Greek derivatives.
Four semesters in one language constitute the basic
A second language is a necessary tool for anyone who
serves his country or his business in a foreign land-a
tool which enables him to communicate with and to
understand the culture and thinking of the people
among whom he lives. By the same token, foreign lan-
guage study is a necessary part of the schooling of
the truly educated person.
Latin seems fun for John Ealy, lVlendy Ross, and Becky Muse.
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The American a ls the Tech a
The highlight of the year for the Social Studies De-
partment was the visit of two prominent political figures
on campus, Senator Birch Bayh and Dr. Fern Stuken-
broeker, a former FBI agent. Senator Bayh spoke in the
Forum and in various government classes on the im-
portance of being an American citizen, participating in
government, and understanding what it means. Dr.
Stukenbroeker spoke on the menaces Communism pre-
sents to society, the effects of totalitarian government,
and the importance of students' learning and appreciat-
ing their American heritage.
The main purpose of the Social Studies Department
is to help students gain a good understanding of their
American heritage, their government, and its mechanics.
The department is devising new techniques of teach-
ing and using new materials and books.
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An American History II class watched as Ronald Baker and
Alice Cook located strategic points on the map.
Miss Katherine Book stressed Americanism in the many
classes she taught at Tech before her retirement this year.
Shown with Miss Book: Ronald Davidson, Don Clary. Paulette
Suggs, Charles lVlathew, Linda Roberts, Wilnia Watson.
rt-A Creative Adventure
Artists attempt to capture life in pastels, with Angela Thomas
Tom Mattingly and Roberta Couch choose several plaster
casts for use in advanced art class.
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Equipped with models, books, and exhibits, Tech's
Art Department is one of the finest in the state. The
department, headed by lVlr. Oakley Richey, offers
Tech students a wide variety of courses including paint-
ing, drawing, designing, commercial art, craft art, sign
painting, photography, jewelry, and sculpturing.
John Herron Art lnstitute sends many displays to
Tech, and they are shown in the department art gallery
which is dedicated to Mr. Robert C. Craig, former art
teacher. The art library, in memory of Miss Elizabeth
Jasper, Tech's first art teacher, is also a part of the Art
Laverle Syfert and ,lane Howard design posters telling about
Techs, evening school in their commercial art class.
Belinda Ransom creates an intricate mosaic in craft art class.
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EXPLATORY TEACHERS Front R010 Robert Gllberf Barbara Clyde Smith. Jr., sponsor: Ellen Eads, Naioma Stockton. Roderick
Noffke Dlane RCSS1I1gCr Janet Huebner SUZHTIUC WIISOH Peggl' Morgan, Penny Scharbrough, Marilyn Miller, Beverly Jones, William
Berchekas L Christine White Cynthia Duncan Second Row M Wegener,
upils Explore Job fferings
On-the-job training, combined with credits for
graduation, made Diversified Cooperative Educa-
tion interesting for the 29 pupils enrolled in the
class. Sponsored by lVlr. ,lack Longshore. the pupils
Worked in 16 different occupations. Graded on
both class and job performance, the pupils spent a
minimum of three hours on the job with one class
period devoted to DCE-related general studies. Stu-
dents desiring to Work in DCE were required to be
at least 16 years old.
The Exploratory Teachers' Program was estab-
lished in 1952 as an effort to correct a serious short-
age of educators. Still a popular class, the group
enrolled 15 in the fall semester. Pupils considering
a profession in education did practice teaching for
two periods daily in a subject of their choice. Such
duties as recording absences. checking homework.
and preparing and grading tests were allotted to
these student teachers. Only seniors with a 5.0
average qualified for the one-credit subject. Pupils
were evaluated by their teachers who sent the grades
to the group sponsor. Mr. Clyde Smith.
Exploratory teacher Barbara Noffke received practical
experience from teaching these first graders at School 74.
Pens, Needles, Pots and ans
Hat-making was just one project that Brenda Decker and
Dorene Bates accomplished in their millinery class.
Paula Frazier, Gloria Davis fserving rollsl, Kathy Stearns,
Katherine Martin, and Janice Miles participated in a class-
room luncheon in Foods Ill taught by Mrs. Mildred
This year, as all years, the Home Economics De-
partment has been striving to build better individuals
and to promote happier family living conditions. Pupils
are trained, not only for future careers, but also for all
phases of homemaking and family relations.
In the domestic science classes the students study
human relations, child care and development from in-
fancy to twelve years of age, and also housing and
From the family living point of view, the students
are studying home nursing, foods, and nutrition. They
are interested also in personal grooming and the se-
lection and making of clothing.
Donna Leveque, Fred Cook, and Sandy Meadors demonstrated equip-
ment in Commercial Cooking class taught by Mrs. Ruth Stafford.
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Band members get in step at an afternoon practice, making ready for Friday night's game.
Music Makers Enjoy New uarters
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Trying some new equipment in the Music Department's re-
cording studio are Ken Volstad and Mr. Robert Simmons.
The Music Department is probably the most fortu-
nate department at Tech, using the new 551.5 million
building for the first time this year. Witli a quantity
of practice rooms, recording equipment, and four huge
chorus rooms, Tech now possesses some of the best
music facilities in the state. Classes range from be-
ginning chorus to advanced chorus, and included or-
chestra and band. For the more advanced music stu-
dents, courses in directing, music appreciation, and
music theory are offered.
Wo1'king under Department Head, Mr. F. Wlilliam
Moon, are seven Well qualified music instructors. This
staff's ability is evident when their music groups per-
form. Whether' it be at an all-school assembly, a foot-
ball game, or a half-time basketball performance, Tech-
ites enjoy the accomplishments of the Music Depart-
New Equipment Promotes Science
Modernization was the key Word in the Physical
Science Department this year. As a result of much
renovation, the department had new tables, sinks, and
storage cabinets in four of the classrooms. An oscillo-
scope Was purchased to be used in advanced physics
classes. Chemistry pupils used new science kits that
enabled them to perform experiments on radioactive
Other pupils took advantage of classes in earth
science being offered experimentally.
lVlr. Louis Allen, department head. and 14 other
teachers instructed the 40 classes in the department.
Joyce E. Miller and Lynn Gartrell work together on a chemis-
Don Guthrie, Charles Wetidling, George Wilson and Steve
Chestnut count particles released from radioactive materials
in Advanced Physics Ill class.
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ln their Earth Science class, Robert Frazier, Sherri Hessman
and Kenny Rynard learn to use special squipment.
Use of live specimens was
part of the learning ex-
perience of these Botany
11 pupils: Patty Taylor,
Don Grover, Karen Beech.
Biology Provides Live Program
New biology teachers this year were Messrs. Ray
Reed, Roy Terrell, Ward Whalin, Miss Joanna Guss,
and Mr. John Peters, an exchange teacher from
In cooperation with the Building Trades Department,
the Biological Science Department developed a new
Animal Room in the Barn. One of Tech's oldest build-
ings has been converted into an all-science facility in-
cluding three classrooms and a culture room.
The landscaping class, under the direction of Mr.
Scott lVlcCoy, deserves much credit for its work planting
new trees, shrubs, and grass around the campus.
The Biological Science Department built a nature
preserve around 1920 which flourished until 1960
when School 101 was built. Mr. John Kendrick worked
to transplant the specimens in the area west of the
student parking lot, but some of the plants were lost.
Botanists still hope for a completely new preserve in
Used as an exhibit for Open House, this cockatoo was loaned
from the Indianapolis Zoo.
Exchanging gazes in the Biological Science Department at
Open House, were Mr. Longshore and this boa constrictor.
Glenn Crawford, Jacqueline Clevenger, Don Yates and Roger
Wiley are participants in a sight conservation typing class.
Typing classes built speed records. Thomas Garrett, Elaine
llley and Sally Mitchell worked under the direction of Mrs.
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words per minute. Taking dictation clockwise beginning bara Hatcher, Debbie Barnett.
ls Bi Business
Various courses offered in Tech's Business Education
Department are helpful in planning future careers.
Courses such as shorthand and typing acquaint pros-
pective employees with skills that will be in demand
when they begin searching for jobs. Students are aided
by 23 skilled teachers as they go about their studies of
the business world.
A newly developed area is that of data processing.
Tech is the only school in lndiana with adequate equip-
ment to offer these courses. The equipment is leased to
the school at an average of 31,000 a month. Enrollment
rose from 168 to 300 students in the fall semester.
This new program offers students an opportunity to see
what the world of automation has to offer.
Students from other city high schools also may take
advantage of the data processing courses by spending
part of their school day at Tech and the other part at
their own schools.
When Mr. Lewis Gilfoy, Director of Secondary lnstruc-
tion, visited commercial classes. lVlaureen lVlinor explained
her task to him.
Mastering the intricacies of Data Processing class kept Michael Huffman. Judy Frantzreb and Suzy Harvey busy.
Prize winning marching unit
saluted veterans on their day.
Tech Color Guard members, Mike Moran, John Wood, Hans
Sigg, and Clinton Sparks march for their country.
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In ROTC, cadets learn how to drill and are given
instruction in military discipline. lVIap reading and
advanced combat tactics also are on the agenda. Cadets
become expert in handling weapons by qualifying on
the rifle range. They learn to take apart and reassemble
M-1's and other weapons, and some can perform this
feat in record time.
The Veterans' Day parade afforded an opportunity
for special recognition when the 325-man unit repre-
senting Tech was judged best in the parade. The award,
an American flag, was presented by lVIr. Roy C. Echols,
president of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce
during the Veterans' Day dinner at the Indiana Roof
Ballroom. Cadet Lt. Col. Gregory Young accepted the
award for Tech.
'6Well, Spurr, you took it apart. Now letls see you put it back
together againf' commanded lVIfSgt. Arthur C. Wilkinson.
Pvt. Curtis Brown watched.
Health Education Develops Titans
Subjects offered by the Health and Physical Educa-
tion Department inform pupils on the body functions,
care of the body, and the best ways to keep the body
active through formal and recreational activities.
Health Education teaches the structure and functions
of the body. Alcohol Education informs pupils on al-
cohol and its effects on the body, and includes a study
Driver Education teaches pupils the knowledge and
skill of driving safely, good insurance against auto-
Physical Education develops the muscular and or-
ganic systems of the body and teaches the skills neces-
sary to remain physically active throughout life.
Sight Saving aids and guides people in their school
subjects who have visual problems and teaches them
how to live successfully with a physical handicap.
Titans worked out in '66.
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Health education pupils got down to the bare bone of fact.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION classes engage in varied activities.
Front Row: Yvonne Nussbaum, Delores Norman, Linda Scarbrough.
Caroline Gribben, Virginia Thompson, Kathleen Donoghue. Donna
IVyatt. Ora Webb. Victoria Terry. Second Rozv: Debbie Whitman.
Marlene McCarty. Rita Campbell, Geraldine Burke, Carolyn Meigs,
Donna Leveque. Third Razr: Maureen Minor, Maureen Mills, Pat
Caalema, Diane Ressinger, Tante Masters.
urrent lnterest Sparks Shop
Keeping pace with an ever changing field,
Tech,s Electrical Department offered classes in
electricity, electronics, electrical maintenance, re-
frigeration, and radio and TV service. Pupils lIifqlC"S.."
learned the characteristics of many AC and DC V
machines, automated controls, and intricate wiring
connections. The boys studied shop methods and
practical procedures in the repair of electrical
equipment. Refrigerators, air conditioners, de-
humidifiers, ice-cube makers, radios, audio am- ,Nw
plifiers, and televisions were repaired and studied
by the boys in these classes.
Mr. Lewis Marshall and student, Ronald Morris repaired and checked
one oscilloscope by another.
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John Kuhn, drafting assistant, operated the Ozalid, a draw-
Tech's Drafting Department provided the basic and
specialized training necessary to prepare pupils as de-
signers of the products and structures of the future.
Drafting is essential, for it is necessary to describe the
ideas and dreams of the engineer or architect with such
clarity and exactness that skilled workmen can make
the desired object or structure.
Beginning drafting courses teach the fundamentals
and provide exploratory experiences in several different
specialized areas. Pupils who discover that they have
talent in an area can pursue it further by continuing in
either architectural or machine drafting.
Many pupils find the experiences encountered in the
basic drafting courses are of value in a chosen occupa-
tion, and still others find their knowledge extremely
useful in planning and constructing many leisure time
Dean Bauerle, Claude Smith, and Ronald Perkins worked on
tuning up cars in their Auto Trades class.
Junior mechanics Larry Wilson, Alvin Milton, and Howard
Snorden learned the basics of their chosen profession, auto
Shop Pupils Keep otors Running
Robert Catlin and James Graves examine an airplane engine
in Aviation Shop.
In the Auto Trades Department many junior me-
chanics preparing for a vocation worked on car and
Every year one nationally known auto manufacturer
sponsors a nation-wide trouble-shooting contest. Mr.
Sam Dudkowsky, head of the department, selects ten
of the best boys from the auto classes and by several
tests eliminates them until he has determined the top
four. The two highest represent Tech, and the others are
alternates. lf they win the regional contest which is held
at Tech, they advance to the national finals at Detroit.
The winners receive scholarships and are given job
opportunities in the sponsor's plant.
Aviation Mechanics, also in the Auto Trades Depart-
ment, attracts pupils who wish to learn the fundamentals
of airplane engines.
Learn Todayg Build Tomorrow
John Rouse watched Steve Barnes dress down a length of
wood in Cabinet Making class.
Classes in carpentry, cabinet-making, plumbing, ma-
sonry, and painting and decorating make up the five
different areas covered by the Building Trades Depart-
ment. Five vocational classes met four periods a day
and offered two credits each. The 21 other classes had
an enrollment of 400 pre-vocational pupils. The de-
partment was equipped with modern facilities to con-
duct classes on a high vocational level. Eight teachers
headed by Mr. Morris O. Woods provided instruction.
'4Keep that paint flying, boys!" said teacher Mr. Philip High.
Clifton and Steve Durham wielded brushes as Ken Wisdom
held the scaffold in this stage-craft project.
Adolphus Rogers and Curlee Griffin worked on a line of
pipe in Plumbing class.
Floyd Evans ran the complicated Linotype machine. Dean Shanklin and N. Marty Pitts worked together operating
the letter press.
Pupils Gain Printshop Experience
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Rickey Whitt and Don lVlcClary printed the 1966 calendar
using the latest offset printing process.
Located in the south end of the Old Shop Building,
the Printing Department headlined the year by printing
the Arsenal Cannon and other official publications of
both the school and the Instruction Center. During the
first semester the Arsenal Cannon Was printed by off-
set for the first time.
The staff is composed of five printing teachers. Mr.
Clyde Armel heads the department.
The experience gained by Tech pupils in this depart-
ment has produced many excellent printers. After grad-
aution, employment for the students is approximately
9929. Presently there are many job openings.
Tech's teachers are always keeping up to date on
industry and the printing world during the summer.
They maintain a bulletin board which changes every
month. The bulletin board hangs in the Print Shop
window to greet all callers.
Men of Metal Acquire Skills
The Metal Trades Department is divided into five
distinct trades: welding, foundry, pattern-making, ma-
chine shop, and sheet metal. All of the classes have
equipment comparable to that in industry. All of the
trades offer Well paid jobs for high school graduates
with vocational training. Foundry pupils poured their
own cast iron, aluminum and hrass. They made small
cannons as souvenirs for visitors.
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Floyd Wisdom and Harold Palmer drew aluminum to pour it in
James Barton and Glen Miles made waste cans in Sheet
Steve Harris and Steve Parrish brazed T-joints in Weldirig
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Wooten, Regina Coffey. Second Row: Earl Lee, Steve Sanders. Third Row: Ron
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SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE-Front Row: Sandra Wilson, Karol
Ponsler Carol Oakley. Second Row: Peggy Berchekas, Charolotte Her-
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J, Rick Johnson Ronnie Johnson Sherry Johnson
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PROM COMMITTEE-Front Row: Charlotte Herrington, Peggy Ber-
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VESPERS COMMITTEE-Front Row: Linda Barber, Cynthia Duncan, Suzanne Wilson.
Second Row: Edwin Scahill, Steven Kirkbride. Kent Nay, not pictured.
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CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE-Front Row:
Joyce Swanner, Arlester Marshall. Second Row:
Claude Stuart, Ted Alexander. Deanna C. Jeter,
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Robert Thompson William Thompson
Marshall Trimmer Vincent Tucher Jimmy Tumer Joyce Turner Donald Van Briggle
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Robert Wade Lynnda Waemer Robert Wakeland Philip Wallace
Wilma Watson Susan Watts Kathy Weatherford Cynthia Weathers
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Tana Wiggington David Wilcox Samuel Wildman
Beverly Williams Cenola Williams Michael Williams
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CONVOCATION COMMITTEE-Front Row: Barbara Hatcher, Sue
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COLORS COMMITTEE-Front Row: Karol Ponsler, Susan Swartz,
Elena Looper. Second Row: Janet Huebner, Barbara Hamon, Sandra
Yarrell Sue Yensel Greg Young
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Roy L Craft Myron Duff
Robert W Frazier Sandra E. Gaunce
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Betty L. Brewer
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Steven Fielder Roscoe L. Fordyce
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Linda C. Musmann William S. Norris Buddie R. O'Conner Harold L. Peace Karen Perry Stephen C, Phipps Tom Pil-de Gafy A, Redmon
Robert Rollins Phillip S. Russell David Schaefer Leonard S. Scott Joyce Jean Seats Linda M. Shreve Nora Lynn Sills Kristina K. Stames
Claude C. Street William E. Swift Vickie Terry Mattie Mae Thomas Larry Thomburgh Dennis Turner Phyllis Wardwell Lola S. Wells
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Kay Lester, representing the class of l965.
1966 Senior Ro ter
ABBETT, COLLEEN R.: English, Home Economics.
ABBETT, SHARON ANN: Business Education, English.
ABBOTT, PATRICIA M.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! DCE
ACRES, ANN: English, Social Studies.
ALBERTSON, LUCINDA: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Service
Club, Girls Concert Club.
ALEXANDER, DAVID E.: Building Trades, English.
ALEXANDER, TED: Art, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Biology laboratory assistant.
ALLEN, DAVID C.: English, Printing.
ALLEN, DAVID L.: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies! Boys Concert
ALLEN, LAVVRENCE EDYVARD: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics,
Science! Chemistry-Physics Club, Radio Club, Boys Concert Club.
ALLISON, PHYLLIS J.: English, Home Economics.
ALM, NICK: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies! VVrestling.
ANDERSON, NANCY C.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
ARNETT, PAUL: Auto-Aviation, English.
ARNOLD, CAROL ANN: English, Music, Social Studies! Prayer Circle, Con-
cert Orchestra, Music Club.
ATHERTON, MARILYN ANN: English, Social Studies! NFL: Thespians:
Drama-Speech Club: Red Cross Club: Speech Team: Debate Team: Cannon
yearbook: ROTC Sponsors: Human Relations Council, vice president.
AUBLE, DANIEL LEE: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Key
Club: Radio Club, president: Chess Club: Chemistry-Physics Club: Gennan
AURAND, JOHN W.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
AVERY, LEROY: Building Trades, English! Lettermen's Club, Varsity Foot-
ball, Varsity Wrestling, Varsity Track.
AYTES, VVILLARD: Auto-Aviation, English.
BACON, RICHARD KENNETH: English, Science, Social Studies! Chess
Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Natural Science Club, History Club, Base-
ball, Cross Country, Football, Wrestling, Human Relations Council.
BAILEY, CHARLES: Auto-Aviation, English.
BAILEY, STEPHEN D.: Auto-Aviation, English.
BAKER, DENNIS A.: Building Trades, English.
BAKER, J. ALLEN: Drafting, English, Social Studies! ROTC Officers Club,
BANDY, EDWARD L.: Auto-Aviation, English.
BANHOLTZER, LOUIS: English, Printing! DCE Club, Future Printers Club.
BANTA, LINDA JEAN: Art, English, Social Studies! Natural Science Club,
Service Club, Red Cross Club, German Club.
BARBER, LINDA LOU: Art, English, Social Studies! Natural Science Club.
BARLOW, EDITH MARIE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
BARNES, TIM Auto-Aviation, English! Football.
BARNETT, DEBORAH A.: Business Education, English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies, Mathematics! French Club: Y-Teens: Future Nurses Club:
Varsity Cheerleaders: Human Relations Council: Senior Council, president:
Senior Prom Committee: Senior Sponsor Room 190, treasurer.
BARNETT, LILLIE MAE MARIE: Business Education, English, Foreign
Language, Social Studies! Red Cross Club, Service Club, Y-Teens, French
Club, Concert Orchestra.
BARTHOLMEW, EVELYN S.: Business Education, English! GAA.
BARTLETT, JOHN L.: English, Auto-Aviation.
BASKERVILLE, EULA MAE: Business Education, English.
BATES, CHESTER R.: Building Trades, English.
BATES, RILEY S.: English, Metal Trades! Cross Country, Track.
BAUER, DANNY: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies.
BAXTER, ROBERT DALE: Drafting, English, Social Studies! Football,
BAXTER, SHARON L.: English, Home Economics.
BEARD, BRENDA: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
BEAVER, JUDITH ANNE: English, Social Studies! Spanish Club.
BELL, DEBORAH JOAN: English, Home Economics.
BELLAMY, STEPHEN PAUL: English, Social Studies.
BENGE, JO ANNE: Business Education, English! Natural Science Club,
BENJAMIN, YETTA: Art, English.
BENNETT, GEORGE WILLIAM: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
BENNETT, KAREN SUE: English, Home Economics, Mathematics.
BENNETT, MARY L.: Business Education, English, Home Economics, Mathe-
BERCHEKAS, PEGGY R.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Majorettes: Techoir: Prom Committee, chaimian: Scholarship
Committee: Red Cross Club: Senior Sponsor Room 190, secretary: Girls
Concert Club: Flagtwirlers.
BERGDOLL, BENNY W.: English, Social Studies.
BETZ, RONALD L.: Auto-Aviation, Business Education, English, Mathematics.
BIECH, KAREN K.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Service Club.
BIECH, LARRY: English, Social Studies! Chess Club.
BIRGE, JAMES: Business Education, English.
BISHOP, YOLANDA J.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! GAA.
BISZANTZ, JOANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
BLACK, MCHELEN: English, Social Studies.
BLOUNT, SANDRA L.: Business Education, English, Home Economics! GAA.
BOBBITT, CHERYL K.: English, Home Economics.
BOHNENKAMP, CAROL SUE: Business Education, English! Service Club,
BOND, PEARL M.: English, Home Economics! Y-Teens.
BOOTHE, PENELOPE: English, Social Studies! JCL, Red Cross Club.
BORCZAK, SIEGFRIED: English, Social Studies! Wrestling, Track, Cross
BORDEN, STEPHEN C.: Auto-Aviation, English.
BOSWELL, MARSHA CAROL: English, Social Studies! French Club, trea-
surer: Drama-Speech Club.
BOSWELL, SHERRY L.: English, Social Studies! Girls Concert Club, Music
Club, French Club.
BOUGHER, JOETTA KAY: Business Education, English.
BOYD, MARY ANN: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Red
Cross Club, Service Club.
BRADLEY, JOHN: English, Social Studies.
BRASHER, H. CLEO: English, Mathematics, Printing! Techoir: Key Club:
Future Printers Club: Senior Sponsor Room 190, president.
BREWER, BETTY L.: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Red
Cross Club, Service Club.
BRIZENDINE, GARY W.: Auto-Aviation, English.
BROCKMAN, SUE A.: Art, English, Social Studies! NFL: Thespians, presi-
dent: Drama-Speech Club: Speech Team: French Club.
BROOKS, LARRY: Drafting, English.
BROOKS, NORMA J.: English, Home Economics.
BROOKS, RALPH H.: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies! Football.
BROWN, CALVIN L.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
BROWN, DONNA J.: English, Home Economics! GAA, Cheerblock.
BROWN, DOUGLAS E., JR.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! French Club.
BROWN, MARIAN F.: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
BROWN, PATRICIA A.: English, Home Economics! Y-Teens.
BUCK, PAT: Business Education, English! Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Music
Club, Speech Team.
BURKE, GERALDINE A.: English, Home Economics! Y-Teens.
BURKS, ALAN R.: English, Printing! ROTC Drill Team.
BURKS, WILLIAM EDWARD: Building Trades, English! ROTC Drill Team.
BURLINGAME, CONSUELO L.: Business Education, English! Art Club.
BUTLER, PAULA K.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
CABELL, MICHAEL E.: English, Social Studies! ROTC Color Guard.
CABELL, RICHARD ANTHONY, III: English, Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! ROTC Officers Club, Spanish Club, ROTC Color
CADE, EMILY J.: English, Home Economics! GAA, Y-Teens.,
CALDWELL, SPENCER HENRY: Business Education, English, Social Stud-
ies! Football, Track, Wrestling, Service Club.
CALL, LAURENCE: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies.
CALVIN, STEVEN A.: English, Social Studies! Natural Science Club, Music
CANNON, MICHAEL D.: English, Social Studies.
CARRICK, LINDA.: Business Education, English.
CARTER, CAROLYN S.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Girls
CARTER, WAYNE: English, Metal Trades.
CARTER, VADA L.: English, Home Economics.
CARTMEL, ROBERT A.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
CARTWRIGHT, DON: English, Printing, Social Studies! Future Printers
CASEY, MARION: English, General Shop, Science! Lettermen's Club, Cross
CASIDA, MARY E.: Art, English.
CAUDILL, DONNIE WAYNE: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
CHADWICK, BETTY JEAN: English, Home Economics.
CHAMBERLAIN, JAY: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Football,
CHAMBERS, JAMES: English, Metal Trades.
CHESHIRE, BARBARA: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Future
Nurses Club, secretary-treasurer.
CHESTNUT, STEVEN J.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
CHRIST, DON: English, Printing! Football, Wrestling.
CHRISTIAN, NICK: Auto-Aviation, English.
CLARK, RICHARD C.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! French Club: NFL, secretary: Thespians: Drama-Speech
Club: XYZ Club: Senior Sponsor Room 190, sergeant at arms: Concert
Band: Concert Orchestra: Debate Team: Speech Team.
CLEGG, JACQUELINE: English, Home Economics! Natural Science Club.
CLOYD. MARY R.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
COFFEY, KENNETH: Building Trades, English.
COFFEY, REGINA CAROL: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! French Club, secretary: Red Cross Club: Senior Sponsor Room
190, vice president: ROTC Sponsors: Commencement Committee: Senior
Council: Concert Orchestra: Girls Concert Club.
COLE, STEVEN W.: Building Trades, Business Education, English.
COLEMAN, MELVIN: English, Social Studies! Boys Concert Club.
COLEMAN, RICHARD CHARLES: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
COLLINS, BILL: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
COLLINS, KELLY F.: Drafting, English, Mathematics.
COOPER, CLAYTON R.: Auto-Aviation, English.
COPAS, JUDY A.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social Studies!
DCE Club, FTA.
COPP, DONALD: English, Plumbing, Social Studies.
COPPAGE, MARGARET C.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
CORNETT, SHERRY D.: Business Education, English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! Spanish Club.
CORNELISON, JOHNNIE I.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies!
COTTONGIM, FRANK DAVID: English, Metal Trades, Social Studies! Span-
COTTONGIM, ROBERT M.: English, Metal Trades.
COUCH, ROBERTA: Art, English.
CRAFT, ROY L.: Business Education, English.
CREECH, RONALD: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
CROOKE, ROBERTA KAY: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Concert Orchestra.
CROWDER, ROBERT E.: Art, English.
CURRY, OTIS: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club,
Basketball, Human Relations Council.
DALLMAN, LEROY NV.: Auto-Aviation, English.
DALTON, MILLIE E.: Business Education, English.
DANIEL, REX: Auto-Aviation, English.
DARDEN, FRANK, JR.: Building Trades, English, Social Studies! Golf.
DAVIDSON, LINDA J.: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Nat-
ural Science Club.
DAVIDSON, ROBERT B., JR.: Auto-Aviation, English, Mathematics.
DAVIS, BARBARA ANN: Business Education, English.
DAVIS, BARBARA JO: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Techoir,
DECKARD, JIMMY L.: English, Social Studies.
DECKER, CRAIG D.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Natural Science Club, president: ROTC Rifle Team: ROTC
DeMOSS, JOHN: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Football,
Lettermen's Club, Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
DeSPAIN, MIKE: Auto-Aviation, English! Boys Concert Club.
DETTY, LYNN L.: Business Education, English, Foreign Language, Social
Studies! Service Club, Red Cross Club, Girls Concert Club.
DeVINE. DAVID S.: Business Education, English! Boys Concert Club, Music
Club, Service Club, XYZ Club.
DICKERSON, WILLIAM: English, Metal Trades.
DILLAHAY. PAULA J.: Business Education, English, Home Economics, So-
cial Studies! DCE Club, Service Club.
DIXON, ROBERT: English, Social Studies.
DONAHUE, ROSANN: English, Social Studies.
DONOGHUE, DOROTHY ANN: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
DORAN, DENNY: Building Trades, English, Social Studies! Basketball.
DOROUGH, JOHN R.. English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies.
DORSEY, JERRY TYRONE: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies!
XYZ Club, Chess Club, Golf.
DOVVDY, MASON L.: Business Education, English, Mathematics.
DRAKE, RONALD: Building Trades, English.
DREXLER, DAVE: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Cap and Gown
Committee, XYZ Club, Concert Band.
DUCKETT, PAMELA: Art, English! Art Club.
DUCKVVORTH, DENNIS: English, Social Studies.
DUFF, MYRON: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
DUNBAR, CLADYS: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
DUNCAN, CYNTHIA: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Physi-
cal Education Assistant.
DUNCAN, JOSEPH: Auto-Aviation, English.
DUNCAN, KATHY ELAINE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
DUNWVOODY, MARIE E.: English, Home Economics.
DUNWOODY, MARY H.: English, Home Economics.
DURHAM, CLIFTON J., JR.: Building Trades, English.
DURRETT, M. ANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Service
DUTHIE, ANNE E.: English, Music, Social Studies! Service Club: Music
Club, vice-president: Senior Sponsor Room 153, treasurer: Gift Committee:
Concert Band, treasurer: Concert Orchestra, hostess, secretary: Madrigals:
String Ensemble: Techoir, hostess.
DUTTON, ROBERT BRUCE: Auto-Aviation, English.
DYER, JIMMIE: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
EADS, ELLEN: English, Social Studies! SAO Executive Board, Techoir:
Drama-Speech Club: Thespians, secretary: NFL: Speech Team: Cannon
yearbook, senior editor: FTA: Quill and Scroll: Senior Dance Committee:
Girls Concert Club.
EADS, TERESA DIANE: English, Social Studies! GAA, Spanish Club.
EALY, JOHN: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!
Lette-rmen's Club, Football, Track.
EARLEY, CYNTHIA A.: English, Social Studies.
EATON, VICKI L.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social Stud-
ies! Senior Sponsor Room 153, vice president: Scholarship Committee:
Senior Council: Gift Committee.
EDWARDS, GLORIA EVONNE: English, Home Economics, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Girls Concert Club.
EGAN, BRENDA: Business Education, English.
EGAN, MILDRED: Business Education, English.
ELLIOTT, BRENDA SUE: Business Education, English.
ELLIOTT, DANNY: Architectural Drafting, English.
ENGLAND, DONNA: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
ENSMINGER, MIKE: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club:
Football: Freshman Basketball: Golf: Wrestling: Senior Sponsor Room 153,
president: Commencement Committee.
EVANS, BARBARA A.: Business Education, English.
EVANS, R. CHIP: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Techoir, sergeant
at arms: SAO Executive Board: Wrestling: Human Relations Council: Key
Club, sergeant at arms.
EVANS, THOMAS C.: English, Metal Trades.
EVANS, HELEN DARLENE: English, Social Studies! DCE Club.
FARRAL, GEORGE W.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! JCL,
Boys Concert Club, FTA, Key Club.
FAWLEY, JOHN M.: Auto-Aviation, English, Science, Social Studies! Foot-
ball: Basketball: Track: ROTC Officers Club: ROTC Drill Team, com-
FERGUSON, JERRY D.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Golf.
FIELDER, STEVEN: Electrical Trades, English.
FISHBURN, LINDA LOU: Business Education, English.
FORD, GLENDA M.: English, Home Economicsy GAA.
FORD, JOYCE: English, Home Economics.
FORD, PAULA J.: English, Home Economics.
FORDYCE, ROSCOE L.: Business Education, English, Drama-Speech Club.
FOREMAN, GWENDOLYN K.: Art, English, Social Studies.
FORKNER, JEANNE E.: English, Music, Social Studies! GAA: Music Club:
Spanish Club: Techoir: Concert Band, sergeant at arms: Concert Orchestra:
FORT, ERIC K.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies! Techoir: Madrigals: Senior Council: Senior Sponsor Room 153,
sergeant at amis: German Club.
FOWLER, CURTIS J.: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies! Concert
Band, Pep Band, Marching Band.
FRANKLIN, EMMA JEAN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
FRAZIER, ROBERT W.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
FRINK, CECIL R.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics.
GARTRELL, H. LYNN: English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science! ROTC
Officers Club, Cross Country, Track.
GAUNCE, SANDRA E.: Business Education, English, Social Studies, Science!
DCE Club, History Club, XYZ Club, Future Nurses Club.
GEARLDS, WAYNE: English, Social Studies, Building Trades.
GEMINDEN, LANA CHERYL: Business Education, English, Home Eco-
GERSTUNG, KATHRYN ANNE: Art, English, Social Studies.
GIBBS, NANCY: English, Home Economics.
GIBSON, MARY FRANCES: Business Education, Home Economics.
GIBSON, WILBUR: Electrical Trades, English! Concert Band.
GILBERT, ROBERTA N.: English, Foreign Language, Home Economics, So-
GILLIATTE, NOVA E. JR.: Building Trades, English.
GLOVER, JOANNE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
GODWIN, DEBORAH: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
GOLDSTEIN, JACQUELYN: Business Education, English.
GOODE, LINDA ANNE: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Red
Cross Club, Girls Concert Club.
GOODMAN, S. DIANE: English, Social Studies! Spanish Club.
GOODRICH, BEVERLY: English, Home Economics.
GRASSHOFF, RONALD: Drafting, English, Social Studies! Football.
GREEN, MARY: English, Home Economics.
GREEN, RONALD WAYNE: English, Business Education! Baseball, Cross
Country, Basketball, Track.
GREEN, SANDRA J.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Natural Sci-
ence Club, Cannon yearbook.
GREGORY, DONALD: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Chess Club.
GREGORY, LA VERNE: Business Education, English, Home Economics, Social
Studies! Natural Science Club.
GRIBBEN, CAROLINE K.: English, Home Economics.
GRIFFIN, CURLEE: Building Trades, English! Wrestling.
GROVES, MICHAEL D.: Auto-Aviation, English.
GRUBBS, JOHN H.: Building Trades, English! Freshman Track.
GULLEY, JAMES: Metal Trades, English! ROTC Rifle Team.
GULLEY, MICHAEL R.: Electrical Trades, English.
GUTHRIE, DONALD: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Senior
Sponsor Room 153, secretary: Wrestling: Football: Boys Concert Club.
HADDIX, BERT: Drafting, English, Mathematics! Radio Club.
HALL, CAROLYN JEANNE: English, Horne Economics, Mathematics! Fu-
ture Nurses Club.
HAMBRITE, ALYCE: Business Education, English.
HAMILTON, REGINA ANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HAMMITT, JIM: Art, Auto-Aviation, English.
HAMON, BARBARA ANN: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Red Cross Club, Service Club, Spanish Club, SAO Executive
Board, Flag Twirlers, Dance Band, Colors Committee.
HANDY, DAVID: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club,
Football, Track, Boys Concert Club, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
HANNEMANN, WILHELM: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
HANNON, MAGALENE: English, Social Studies.
HANSEN, JAY M.: English, Social Studies.
HANSFORD, JILL D.: Art, English.
HANSFORD, SHALLIS J.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HARDISON, THOMAS: Art, English.
HARDY, BONNIE M.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HARRIS, ODIS B.: Auto-Aviation, English.
HARRIS, RACHE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
HARRIS, STEPHEN L.: Auto-Aviation, English! Track.
HART, CARAN E.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Madrigals.
HARTER, JULIA ANN: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
HARVEY, DAVID C.: Auto-Aviation, English.
HARVEY, LES: Electrical Trades, English.
HASCH, KENNETH R.: Auto-Aviation, English.
HASTINGS, LUTHER WILSON: Auto-Aviation, English.
HATCHER, BARBARA: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HATCHER, BILLY GENE: Business Education, English, Social Studies!
ROTC Rifle Team, captain: ROTC Officers Club: Spanish Club.
HAUSZ, RICHARD KARL: Business Education, English! German Club.
HAWKINS, DELMA ANN: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
HAWLEY, DAVID P.: English, Social Studies! Concert Orchestra, Concert
Band, Chess Club.
HAZELWOOD, VICKI L.: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
HELFFERICH, DONNA JOYCE: English, Social Studies! Girls Concert Club,
Future Nurses Club.
HELMICK, CANDICE L.: English, Home Economics.
HENDERSON, JOSEPH D.: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies! Cross
Country, Human Relations Council, Varsity Basketball.
HENDERSON, MILDRED: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
HENSLEE, ROBERT ALLEN: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
HERALD, PHILLIP DEAN: English, Metal Trades.
HERRINGTON, BEVERLY K.: Business Education, English! DCE Club.
HERRINGTON, CHARLOTTE J.: Business Education, English, Social Studies!
Scholarship Committee, Convocation Committee, Red Cross Club, Senior
Sponsor Room 300, treasurer.
HERRINGTON, SHARRON JEAN: Business Education, English! Girls Con-
cert Club, Picnic Committee.
HESS, ZANDRA ANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Red Cross
Club, Natural Science Club, Service Club.
HETTENBACH, LINDA S.: English, Social Studies.
HIATT, TERESA: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! DCE Club, Fu-
ture Nurses Club, Service Club.
HICKS, LETTY ANN: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
HICKS, STEVE M.: Electrical Trades, English, Social Studies.
HIGHBAUGH, CHARLES T.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HIGHT, RICHARD WARREN: English, Social Studies! NFL, Thespians,
Drama-Speech Club, Speech Team, Cannon weekly.
HILES, ROLAND: English, Printing! Chess Club, Golf.
HILL, DAN L.: English, Drafting.
HILL, JOHN A. JR.: English, Social Studies.
HINDMAN, MARILYN J.: Art, English.
HOARD, JAMES RONALD: Art, English, Social Studies.
HOARD, JAMES SCOTT: English, Social Studies.
HOF, ALAN L.: English, Social Studies.
HOGGE, SANDRA LEE: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Red
Cross Club, Natural Science Club.
HOLBROOK, JEFFREY LYNN: English, Social Studies! Track: Football: Let-
ten'nen's Club, secretary.
HOLLAND, BOB: Business Education, English.
HOLLIDAY, CARMEL: English, Home Economics.
HOLMAN, JOHNNY B.: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
HONEYCUTT, STEPHEN: Building Trades, English.
HOOD, DANETTE KAY: Business Education, English! Drama-Speech Club,
HOOVER, CHERYE E.: English, Home Economics.
HORTON, JIMMIE EDDIE: Building Trades, English! Baseball.
HORTON, RONALD T.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Track, Techoir, Cross Country.
HOSKINS, MARK E.: English, Social Studies.
HOUSE, DARRELL W.: English, Social Studies! Spanish Club.
HOUSER, SUSAN B.: Business Education, English.
HOWARD, ALONZO WILLIAM: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics.
HOWARD, BEVERLY JEAN: English, Home Economics.
HOWARD, DAN ALLEN: Electrical Trades, English! ROTC Officers Club.
HOWARD, JANE D.: Art, English, Social Studies! Concert Orchestra:
Cannon yearbook, art editor: Cannon weekly.
HOWARD, JEANETTE PAULENE: Business Education, English, Home
HOWE, DEBORAH ANNE: English, Social Studies! History Club, Spanish
Club, XYZ Club, Natural Science Club.
HOWERY, RALPH M.: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
HOYT, DANIEL EDWARD: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Baseball,
Basketball, Football, Letten'nen's Club.
HUDSON, LINDA SUE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HUEBNER, JANET S.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Foreign Lan-
guage! XYZ Club, president: Service Club, German Club.
HUFFMAN, MARILYN DIANE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HUFFMAN, MICHAEL C.: Business Education, English! Debate Team, Sci-
ence Club, XYZ Club.
HUFFMAN, THOMAS J.: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
HUGGLER, EDWIN A.: Drafting, English! Radio Club.
HUGHES, RUSSELL C.: English, Social Studies! Music Club.
HUNT, DONNA B.: English, Foreign Language, Music, Social Studies! SAO
Executive Board, corresponding secretary: Red Cross Club, president:
French Club, president: Techoir, secretary: Girls Ensemble: ROTC Sponsors:
Senior Sponsor Room 300, vice president.
HUNT, KAY: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
HUNT, NANCY L.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
IRWIN, KAREN R.: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
JACKSON, DWIGHT T.: English, Social Studies! Service Club, Future
JACKSON, GERELDINE R.: Business Education, English, Home Economics,
JACKSON, RONALD E.: Building Trades, English! Chess Club, Natural
JACOBS, DENNIS D.: Art, English.
JACOBS, GERALDINE M.: Business Education, English, Social Studies,
JAMES, A. GREG: English, Science, Social Studies.
JARRETT, JOHN MICHAEL: Building Trades, English! Lettermen's Club,
Football, Track, Wrestling.
JEE, DANNY: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies! Baseball, Basketball.
JETER, DEANNA C.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Natural
JOHNSON, BETTY J.: Business Education, English.
JOHNSON, BONITA: Business Education, English, Home Economics! DCE
Club, Natural Science Club.
JOHNSON, BRENDA MARIE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
JOHNSON, DEBBIE JO: Business Education, English! Natural Science Club.
JOHNSON, DONNA JEAN: Business Education, English! Girls Concert Club,
Natural Science Club.
JOHNSON, GLEN E.: Building Trades, English! Chemistry-Physics Club,
Lettermen's Club, Basketball, Track.
JOHNSON, MARILYN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Junior
Prom Committee, Service Club.
JOHNSON, MARY E.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
JOHNSON, MILTON: Auto-Aviation, English.
JOHNSON, PAULA J.: Business Education, English.
JOHNSON, RICK: English, Social Studies.
JOHNSON, RONNIE: English, Science, Social Studies! Lettennen's Club,
Football, Track, Basketball.
JOHNSON, SHERRY: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Natural
Science Club, secretary.
JOHNSON, WAYNE LEROY: Building Trades, English.
JONAS, JOHN EDWARD: English, Social Studies.
JONES, BEVERLY JO: English, Social Studies! Girls Concert Club, Service
Club, Spanish Club.
JONES, ELLA MAE: Business Education, English.
JONES, CARRY L.: Art, English, Social Studies! Baseball.
JONES, GLENDA F.: English, Home Economics.
JONES, JOANN M.: English, Home Economics.
JONES, JOSEPH, JR.: Drafting, English, Social Studies.
JONES, MARILYN MAE: Business Education, English.
JONES, MARK: Auto-Aviation.
JORDAN, DENISE J.: Business Education, English, Mathematics! Spanish
Club, Service Club.
JORDAN, GEORGE W.: Building Trades, English, Mathematics.
JORDAN, PHYLLIS JEAN: English, Home Economics.
JOYNER, KAY FRANCES: English, Foreign Language.
JUDKINS, THEODORE J.: Drafting, English.
KEEL, GARY L.: English, Social Studies! Boys Concert Club.
KEEN, JERRY LEE: English, Metal Trades! Football, Wrestling.
KEESEE, FRANK GENE JR.: English, Social Studies, Mathematics! Key
Club: Human Relations Council: Senior Sponsor Room 153, treasurer.
fDeceased December 24, l965.l
KELLER, LARRY K.: English, Metal Trades.
KELLUM, STEVEN D.: Auto-Aviation, English.
KENNISON, NIKKI-LYNNE: Business Education, English, Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! SAO Executive Board: Service Club, president: Girls En-
semble: Techoir: Red Cross Club, corresponding secretary: Senior Council,
secretary: Senior Sponsor Room 300, secretary.
KERR, DONALD R.: Electrical Trades, English.
KIESLER, EARL R.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! XYZ
Club, Natural Science Club, Cannon weekly.
KING, HERMAN CHARLES: Business Education, English, Social Studies!
Track, ROTC Officers Club.
KING, VENTURA: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
KIRKBRIDE, STEVE: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
KLEIN, JACKYE ANN: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
KLINCK, DONNA L.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies.
KLOPOTEK. ROBERT L.: Electrical Trades, English! Football.
KLOSS, OTIS J. JR.: English, Social Studies.
KNOOP, RONALD DUANE: English, Metal Trades.
KOLLMEYER, BOB: English, Science, Social Studies! Tennis, Lettermen's
KOON, JOSEPH ALLAN: English, Social Studies! Freshman Football, Fresh-
KRAMER, LARRY L.: English, Science, Social Studies! ROTC Rifle Team,
KUHN, JOHN W.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club:
Cross Country: Track: Wrestling: Senior Sponsor Room 300, president:
LADERSON, WILLA MARIE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
LAFFEY, JOHN: English, Printing, Social Studies! Golf: DCE Club, presi-
dent: Lettem1en's Club: Senior Sponsor Room 300, sergeant at arms:
LAGLE, HELEN JOAN: English, Music, Social Studies! Concert Orchestra:
Music Club, program chairman.
LANCASTER, JACKIE W. L.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
LANGE, JAMES ALLEN: English, Metal Trades.
LANGLEY, THERESA: Business Education, English.
LANTIS, CHERYLE: Business Education, English.
LAVELY, RON: English, Printing! Future Printers Club.
LAWRENCE, ARTHUR LEE: Building Trades, English.
LAWRENCE, STEVEN B.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Radio Club, Techoir, Boys Octette, Cross Country.
LEARY, AMOS A.: Auto-Aviation, English.
LEAVELL, RUTH ANN: English, Home Economics, Science, Social Studies.
LEDFORD, BRACY R.: Art, Building Trades, English.
LEE, EARL L.: Art, English, Social Studies! Quill Sz Scroll, Lettermen's
Club, Track, Cross Country, Techoir, Cannon yearbook, SAO Executive
LEE, ROBERT: Electrical Trades, English! Track.
LEONARD, PHILIP DALE: English, Mathematics.
LESSARIS, DAVID: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
LEVEQUE, DONNA JEAN: English, Home Economics.
LEVI, O. LOUISE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
LEWIS, JIMMIE RAY: English, Social Studies! Key Club, Boys Octette,
Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
LIFORD, CYNTHIA A.: Business Education, English.
LILLARD, LARRY STEVEN: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
LINK, JEAN ANNE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Drama-
Speech Club, GAA, Music Club, Concert Band.
LONG, BARBARA ANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Drama-
LONGS, BETTIE J.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! DCE Club,
Future Nurses Club, Cheerblock.
LOOPER, ELENA: English, Mathematics, Music, Social Studies! JCL, Con-
cert Band, Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club, Techoir.
LOUX, STEVE L.: Building Trades, English.
LUTTRELL, RONNIE L.: English, Social Studies.
LYTLE, CHARLES EUGENE: Electrical Trades, English! History Club.
MCANDREWS, JOHN J.: English, Social Studies! Spanish Club.
McCAMPBELL, CAROLYN: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
MCCASKEY, F. THERESA: English, Home Economics! Art Club, Y-Teens,
McCLAIN, LYNNE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
MCCLARY, DEAN: English, Printing! Future Printers Club: Football,
MCCLARY, DONALD: English, Printing! Future Printers Club: Football,
manager: Cross Country.
MCCORD, MARK S.: Auto-Aviation, English.
MCFALL, J. LARRY: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies.
MCGEE, DARLINE: English, Home Economics! Future Nurses Club, GAA.
MCGEE, ELIZA: English, Home Economics.
McGINNIS, CHERYL S.: Business Education, English, Home Economics!
Red Cross Club, Service Club.
McKINSEY, LONDA L.: Business Education, English.
MCMULLEN, THOMAS: Auto-Aviation, English.
McWHITER, CHARLES: Business Education, English! Freshman Wrestling.
MCWHIRTER, FLORENCE: Business Education, English.
MADISON, CHARLES D.: English, Metal Trades, Social Studies.
MADRY, WENDELL EDWARD: English, Pattern Making! Basketball, Foot-
MAJORS, MARSHA J.: English, Social Studies! Concert Band.
MANNING, MARY E.: English, Social Studies.
MARSDEN, WARREN: Drafting, English, Social Studies! Basketball, Track.
MARSH, RICK: Art, English.
MARSHALL, ARLESTER J.: Business Education, English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Social Studies! French Club, Techoir, Girls Ensemble,
MARSHALL, JOCELYN RUTH: English, Home Economics.
MARSHALL, PATRICIA: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Fiag
Twirlers, head: Trumpeteersg Cheerblock.
MASON, DARLENE GAIL: Business Education, English.
MASON, JIMMY: Cabinet Making, English! Service Club.
MASTERS, TANTE: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!
Red Cross Club: SAO Executive Board: ROTC Sponsors: Senior Sponsor
Room 7, vice president: Senior Council: Prom Committee: Gift Committee.
MATHEW, CHARLES ED, JR.: Art, English, Social Studies.
MATTHEWS, DAVE: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Dance Band, Pep Band, Cannon
MEADOR, KENDALL L.: Art, English! ROTC Officers Club.
MEADORS, SANDRA S.: English, Home Economics! GAA.
MEANS, CYNTHIA JEAN: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
MEANS, WILLIAM JAY: English, Metal Trades.
MEDCALFE, LARRY D.: Art, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club: Key Club, parliamentarian, SAO Executive Board, treasurer:
Techoir, co-president, Boys Octette, Football: Basketball: Track: Senior
Sponsor Room 7, sergeant at arms: Senior Gift Committee chairman:
MEEKS, SUSIE: English, Social Studies! Cannon weekly, editor in chief:
NFL, president: SAO Executive Board, recording secretary, Thespiansg
Quill and Scroll: Speech Team: Drama-Speech Club.
MELTON, CHARLES R.: English, General Shop! Wrestling.
MELVIN, DAVE: English, Music, Social Studies! Concert Band, Concert
MEREDITH, WILLIAM G.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies.
MERRIFIELD, DAVID L.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
MICHAEL, JACKIE: Business Education, English! DCE Club.
MILLER, ARTHUR M.: English, Metal Trades.
MILLER, DANNY L.: Art, English, General Shop.
MILLER, GLENDA: English, Home Economics, Science.
MILLER, JERRY J.: Auto-Aviation, English.
MILLER, JOHN S.: English, Welding.
MILLER, JOHN T.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Key Club,
Techoir, Football, Baseball.
MILLER, JOYCE E.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Majorettes.
MILLER, JUDITH E.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Y-Teens,
MILLER, LARRY EUGENE: English, General Shop! Boys Concert Club.
MILLER, MARILYN: Business Education, English, Music, Social Studies!
FTA, JCL, String Ensemble, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
MILTON, ALVIN E.: Auto-Aviation, English, Mathematics, Science.
MILTON, VERONICA ANN: English, Home Economics.
MINOR, MAUREEN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Natural
Science Club, Red Cross Club, Service Club, Cannon yearbook, Service Club.
MITCHELL, DELORISE: Business Education, English, Mathematics! DCE
MITCHELL, KEITH A.: General Shop, English.
MITCHELL, SALLY JO: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! DCE
Club, Physical Science Club.
MOELLER, KATHLEEN S.: Business Education, English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Music, Social Studies! Service Club, French Club,
Red Cross Club, Madrigals, Techoir.
MONDAY, OPAL: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
MONTGOMERY, ED: English, Mathematics, Printing, Social Studies! Key
Club, Baseball, Boys Concert Club.
MONTGOMERY, SHARON M.: Art, English.
MOON, MARY JO: English, Music, Social Studies! Techoir, Madrigals,
Girls Concert Club.
MOORE, GARY L.: Art, English, Social Studies! Techoir.
MOORE, HARRY A.: Auto-Aviation, English! Drama-Speech Club.
MOORE, JEROME: English, Social Studies! ROTC Officers Club.
MOORE, MELODY S.: Business Education, English, Mathematics! Science,
Social Studies, Service Club, Cheer Block.
MOORE, VICKY: Business Education, English.
MORALEZ, DELORES E.: Business Education, English, Home Economics!
MORGAN, AARON: Auto-Aviation, English, Social Studies.
MORGAN, G. L.: English, Social Studies, Machine Shop.
MORGAN, MARY JO: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Spanish Club, History Club, Cannon yearbook, Concert Band.
MORGAN, ROD: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies! Key Club, president, treasurer, Lettermen's Club: French Club,
sergeant at anns: Football, co-captain: SAO Executive Board: Techoir,
treasurer, Track, Senior Sponsor Room 7, president.
MORRIS, JESSICA: English, Home Economics.
MORTON, DIANNE: English, Social Studies! Service Club, Spanish Club
Red Cross Club, Girls Concert Club.
MOSS, MICHAEL EDWARD: Business Education, English, Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Basketball, Cross Country, Track.
MUFFLER, BERNIE: English, Printing, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club
MUNDEN, ROSELYN: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Dra-
MURRAY, MAXINE: English, Home Economics! Service Club.
MURTAUGH, DONNA KAY: Business Education, Home Economics, English,
MUSCATEL, MOLLYANN: English, Home Economics.
MUSMANN, LINDA C.: English, Social Studies! GAA.
MYERS, RODERICK J.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! ROTC Officers Club, Convocation Committee.
NAY, KENT R.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Key Club,
Spanish Club, Techoir, Cannon yearbook.
NEWKIRK, SUSAN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Drama-
Speech, Future Nurses Club, String Ensemble, Concert Orchestra, Girls
NICHOLS, GLORIA: Art, Business Education, English.
NICHOLSON, DARLENE S.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
NICKELS, DIANNA LYNN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
NOFFKE, BARBARA C.: English, Social Studies! French Club, Techoir,
NORRIS, WILLIAM S.: Auto-Aviation, English.
OAKLEY, CAROL A.: English, Mathematics, Music, Social Studies! SAO
Executive Board, Techoir, Concert Orchestra, Senior Sponsor Room 7,
O'CONNER, BUDDIE RODGER: Business Education, English.
OELSHLAGER, M. TERRY: Auto-Aviation, English! Track.
O'NEAL, ROBERT LEE JR.: Art, English.
O'NEAL, KATHY: English, Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club.
OSER, STEVE P.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! German
Club, ROTC Officers Club, Cross Country, Football, Track, Wrestling.
OSTERHOUT, DAVID B.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Key
OWENS, SHARON R.: English, Home Economics.
OWSLEY, BYRON T.: Art, English, Social Studies.
PALMER, HAROLD: English, Metal Trades.
PARISH, BARBARA J.: English, Science, Social Studies! DCE Club.
PARRISH, JUDY A.: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Twirlers,
PARSON, WILLIAM R.: English, General Shop, ROTC Officers Club.
PARSONS, MIKE P.: English, Science, Social Studies! Football, Wrestling.
PATTERSON, BRENDA E.: Business Education, English, Home Economics,
PAVEY, C. EDWARD: English, Metal Trades! Music Club.
PEACE, HAROLD L.: English, Printing! Future Printers Club.
PELPHREY, VICTORIA ANN: English, Home Economics.
PENNINGTON, DONNA: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
PERDUE, LINDA RAE: English, Social Studies! JCL.
PERRY, KAREN K.: Business Education, English.
PETTY, SHIRLEY: English, Home Economics.
PHILLIPS, CAROLYN SUE: English, Social Studies! Girls Concert Club,
Service Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross Club.
PHIPPS, STEPHEN CRAIGE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
PICKETT, BRENDA SUE: Home Economics, Social Studies.
PICKETT, PENNY LEE: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! ROTC
Sponsors, SAO Executive Board, Spanish Club, Girls Concert Club, GAA,
Service Club, Red Cross Club, Senior Council, Roll Room 400, vice
PIERSON, DONALD A.: English, Metal Trades.
PIRTLE, TOM: Business Education, English, Social Studies! DCE Club.
PLATT, KAREN: Art, English, Home Economics! Art Club.
PLUMMER, SHARON: English, Home Economics.
PLUMMER, STEPHEN A.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
POLVADORE, BEVERLY: Business Education, English, Home Economics!
History Club, Art Club.
PONSLER, KAROL J.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Girls Concert
Club, Service Club, Spanish Club.
PORT, MYRA: Business Education, English, Home Economics, Mathematics!
Drama-Speech Club, GAA.
PORTER, SANDRA KAY: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
POSEY, CHERYL ANN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
POTTER, CHARLES: English, Science, Social Studies! Baseball, Cross
Country, Boys Concert Club.
POWELL, HELEN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! ROTC
POWERS, SANDY: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
PRICE, MICHAEL THOMAS: Building Trades, English! Lettermen's Club,
PRICE, STEPHANIE ANN: Business Education, English, Home Economics!
Red Cross Club, Service Club.
PULLEN, JERRIE L.: Business Education, English, Science, Social Studies!
PURVIS, KENNETH G.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Chess Club, Physical Science Club, French Club, History Club,
Wrestling, Cross Country.
QUICK, DAISY: English, Home Economics! Drama-Speech Club, Future
RADFORD, CYNTHIA DIANN: Business Education, English, Home Econom-
ics! School Service.
RANCE, MYRON A.: Building Trades! ROTC Officers Club.
RANDOL, RONALD: English, Printing, Social Studies! ROTC Officers Club,
RASENER, CATHRYN E.: English, Social Studies.
RATLIFF, KAY E.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Girls Con-
RAY, FRANK A.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics.
RAY, RONALD EUGENE: Electrical Trades, English.
REDMAN, GARY A.: English, Science! Natural Science Club, Service Club.
REED, THURMAN R.: English, Mathematics, Metal Trades.
REED, W. ELLIS: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Art Club,
REEVES, CAROLYN LORRAINE: English, Home Economics! GAA, Music
Club, Physical Science Club, Cannon weekly.
REEVES, DELORES C.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Girls'
REIVES, EARL S.: English, Plumbing, Social Studies.
REIVES, TOMMIE LEE: English, Social Studies.
RENFRO, FRANK LEE: English, Printing, Social Studies.
RESSINGER, DIANE KAY: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Varsity Cheerleader: SAO Executive Board: ROTC Sponsors, FTA,
vice president: Red Cross Club: Service Club.
RETHMEYER, VICKI SUE: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
RHODES, CRYSTAL VIRGINIA: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! FTA:
Spanish Club: Y-Teens, president: Cannon weekly.
RICHARDS, LINDA MARIE: Art, Business Education, English, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies.
RICHARDS, RONALD L.: English, Mathematics, Foreign Language, Science,
Social Studies! Football: Track: Wrestling: Senior Council: Senior Spon-
sor Room 400, sergeant at arms.
RICHARDSON, BETH: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
RICHARDSON, JUDI CAROL: Business Education, English, Social Studies,
Drama-Speech Club, Future Teachers of America, Y-Teens, Red Cross Club.
RICKETTS, JIM: English, Social Studies.
RIPPY, LINDA C.: English, Home Economics.
ROBBINS, DAVID E.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Drama-Speech
Club, Tennis, Boys Concert Club, Prayer Circle.
ROBERTS, LINDA L.: Art, English, Social Studies.
ROBERTSON, DONNA K.: Business Education, English! GAA.
ROBERTSON, JENNIFER R.: English, Social Studies! Natural Science Club,
Spanish Club, GAA.
ROBINSON, GLORIA J.: English, Home Economics.
ROBINSON, JAMES E.: Auto-Mechanics, English, Mathematics.
ROBINSON, LEROY: Building Trades, English! Lettermen's Club, Football.
RODOCKER, RONALD C.: English, Science, Social Studies! Drama-Speech
Club, Music Club, NFL, Thespians, Techoir, Speech Team.
ROGERS, EMMA JEAN: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
ROGERS, HELEN: Art, Business Education, English.
ROLLINS, ROBERT: English, Auto Mechanics.
ROSE, GARY W.: Drafting, English.
ROSENBAUM, E. JEANNIE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
ROSENKRANS, BARBARA LYNN: Business Education, English, Social Stud-
ies! DCE Club, Service Club.
ROTH, JERRY W.: English, Mathematics, Printing! Lettennen's Club: Future
Printers Club: Track: Cross Country: Basketball, manager: Football, man-
ROWLS, MICHAEL D.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Cannon
weekly, German Club.
RUSH, LIONEL THOMAS: Auto-Aviation, English.
RUSSELL, PHILLIP S.: Drafting, English, Mathematics! Wrestling, Track.
SAMUEL, RAMONA: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
SANDERS, CHARLES: English! Lettem1en's Club, Basketball, Football,
SANDERS, LEVON W.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! His-
SANDERS, STEVEN M.: Art, English! Lettermen's Club, Football, Basket-
SARGENT, LINDA: Business Education, English, Home Economics, Social
SAYLES, SHERRY LOANNA: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Y-Teens, president: Red Cross Club: JCL, secretary: Future
Nurses Club: Human Relations Council: Concert Orchestra: Girls Concert
SCAHILL, ED: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies! SAO
Executive Board, president: Baseball: Techoir: Key Club: Madrigals.
SCHAEFER, DAVID: English, Metal Trades.
SCHARBROUGH, PENNY L.: English, Home Economics, Mathematics, So-
SCHMIDT, DONNA L.: Art, English! Art Club.
SCHMIDT, JILL: English, Social Studies! Senior Council: Senior Sponsor
Room 400, secretary: Cheer Leaders: Girls Concert Club: Red Cross Club.
SCHOWENGERDT, BRENDA: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies!
DCE Club, Gennan Club.
SCHOWENGERDT, LINDA: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies!
DCE Club, Gennan Club.
SCHWIER, NEAL MATTHEW: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
SCOTT, JOHN L.: Building Trades, Business Education, English! Natural
Science Club, Track.
SCOTT, LEONARD S.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Wres-
tling, Natural Science Club, French Club, Freshman Track.
SCZCYPINSKI, HENRY J.: English, Mathematics.
SEATS, JOYCE JEAN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
SHEATS, SALLY: English, Home Economics! Service Club.
SHEETZ, JANICE A.: English, Social Studies! Future Nurses Club, presi-
dent: Concert Band.
SHOBE, DONALD: Art, English.
SHOOPMAN, LINDA: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
SHREVE, LINDA M.: English, Home Economics.
SILENCE, RONALD D.: Building Trades, English.
SILLS, NORA LYNN: English, Home Economics! Service Club, Drama-
SIMMONS, CAROL L.: English, Music, Social Studies! SAO Executive Board,
vice-president: Concert Band, vice-president: Concert Orchestra: Convoca-
tion Committee, chairman.
SIIQCEAIR, RITA M.: Business Education, English, Home Economics, Social
SLAUGHTER, PATRICIA YVONNE: English, Home Economics, Social
Studies! Y-Teens, Spanish Club.
SLOAN, LINDA DIANE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
SLONE, JAMES E.: English, Printing.
SMITH, ALLEN M.: English, Metal Trades.
SMITH, DORIS: English, Home Economics.
SMITH, EDWARD AUBREY: Building Trades, English.
SMITH, LARRY A.: Drafting, English, Mathematics.
SMITH, MARY ANN: English, Home Economics.
SMITH, PATRICIA GAIL: English, Home Economics, Science! Natural Sci-
SMITH, ROD: Auto-Aviation, English.
SMITH, SANDRA DIANE: Business Education, English, Home Economics,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Y-Teens.
SMITH, SUSAN JANE: Business Education, English! Music Club, XYZ Club.
SMITH, VIRGINIA: Business Education, English, Social Studies! DCE Club.
HAROLD E.: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
SPARKS, CLINTON L.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Senior Coun-
cil: Senior Sponsor Room 400, treasurer: ROTC Color Guard: ROTC Offi-
cers Club, Wrestling, History Club, French Club, Chemistry-Physics Club,
SPAULDING, MARY S.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Music
Club, Spanish Club, Service Club, Techoir, Madrigals, Concert Band.
SPEARS, BRENDA G.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! NFL,
Drama-Speech Club, German Club, Speech Team, Debate Team.
SPEARS, LINDA SUE: Business Education, English! Natural Science Club.
SPEARS, LINDA SUZZETTE: Art, English.
SPENCER, ANNIE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies! Y-Teens, Fu-
ture Nurses Club, Spanish Club, FTA.
STARNES, KRISTINA K.: English, Social Studies.
STARNES, ROBERTA: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
STEINER, EDELTRAUD CEDITHQ: Business Education, English, Social
STEVENS, SUSIE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
STEVENSON, FRED: English, Social Studies.
STINGER, CHARLEYNE E.: Business Education, English, Social Studies!
Service Club, Techoir, Red Cross Club.
STOCKTON, MARTHA J.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Red
Cross Club, Service Club, vice president.
STOCKTON, NAIOMA: English, Music, Social Studies! Concert Band, XYZ
Club, Y-Teens, Music Club, FTA, GAA.
STOCKTON, PAUL E.: English, Metal Trades.
STORM, RICHARD: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Key Club, DCE Club XYZ Club, JCL.
STORMS, JOE: Building Trades, English.
STOUT, MARY JO: English, Home Economics.
STRAIN, JOHN ROY: Building Trades, English, Social Studies! Wrestling,
Cross Country, Track.
STREET, CLAUDE CLAYBORN: Building Trades, English, Social Studies.
STRONG, BARRIE JO: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
STUART, CLAUDE LEE: English, Printing, Social Studies! Key Club: His-
tory Club, sergeant at amisg Future Printers Club: Drum Major: Concert
Band, treasurer: Concert Orchestra, Pep Band.
SUESZ, RICHARD J.: Business Education, English.
SULLIVAN, MARY L.: Business Education, English! Service Club, Y-Teens.
SULTZER, CORA J.: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
SWANNER, JOYCE R.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Future Nurses
Club, vice-president: Y-Teens.
SWARTZ, SUSAN: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Future
Nurses Club, Y-Teens.
SWIFT, WILLIAM EUGENE: Art, English, Social Studies.
SYFERT, LaVERLE D.: Art, Business Education, English.
SYMMES, GARY L.: English, Science.
TAYLOR, ARTHUR LEE: English, Metal Trades! Red Cross Club, Football,
TAYLOR, FRANK W.: Auto-Aviation, English! Wrestling.
TAYLOR, GEORGE ALBERT: Building Trades, English.
TAYLOR, JANICE: Business Education, English, Social Studies! History
TAYLOR, KENNETH E., JR.: Art, English, Social Studies! Art Club, Span-
ish Club, Drama-Speech Club, Natural Science Club.
KENNETH S.: Building Trades, English, Mathematics.
MARGIE ANN: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
PEGGY JOYCE: Business Education, English, Mathematics, Social
TERRY, VICKIE: English, Home Economics, Music! GAA.
THAXTON, BRENDA GAIL: Business Education, English, Home Economics.
THOMAS, ANGELA MARIE: Art, English! Art Club, Drama-Speech Club.
THOMAS, KENNY C.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
THOMAS, KENNY W.: English, Science.
MATTIE MAE: English, Home Economics.
MICHAEL J.: Drafting, English, Foreign Language, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Key Club, Gennan Club.
THOMAS, MIKE: Art, English! Art Club, Lettermen's Club, Football, Track.
THOMPSON, GLORIA DAWN: English, Home Economics, Social Studies!
Future Nurses Club, Natural Science Club.
THOMPSON, ROBERT C.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Spanish Club Cannon weekly.
THOMPSON, WILLIAM A.: Building Trades, English, Science! Key Club,
Lettermen's Club, SAO Executive Board, Football, Baseball, Basketball.
THORMAN, MARC: English, Foreign Language, Music, Social Studies!
French Club: NFL, vice president.
THORNBURGH, LARRY: Auto-Aviation, English! Music Club, Service Club,
Madrigals, Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
TODD, CARL W.: English, Music, Social Studies! Concert Band, Concert
Orchestra, Pep Band, Dance Band, Track.
TOLER, DENNIS EDWARD: Art, English.
TOWNSEND, FELIX G.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics! Letter-
men's Club, Track, Cross Country.
TRAMELL, MATTIE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
TREFZ, PAUL ALAN: English, Printing! VVrestling, Track, Natural Science
Club, DCE Club.
TRIMMER, MARSHALL: Art, English! Cannon weekly, DCE Club.
TROXEL, MARK EUGENE: Auto-Body, English.
TUCHER, VINCENT L.: Auto-Aviation, English.
TURNER, DENNIS: English, Social Studies.
TURNER, DWIGHT ANDREW: English, Metal Trades, Social Studies.
TURNER, JIMMY: Building Trades, English! History Club.
TURNER, JOYCE L.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
UNSELD, RONALD GEORGE: English, Social Studies.
VAN BRIGGLE, DONALD: English, Mathematics.
VANCE, EDWARD S.: Drafting, English! Football, Track, Wrestling, Con-
VAUGHN, CARMEL: English, Metal Trades.
VERNON, BILL: Art, English, Social Studies! Art Club, Chemistry-Physics
VITT, DAVID E.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Concert
Band, Pep Band.
VOLK, KAREN J.: English, Home Economics.
VOLSTAD, KENNETH WILLIAM: English, Foreign Language, Social
Studies! Music Club, vice president, Thespians, ROTC Officers Club, Boys
Concert Club, Boys Octette, Techoir, Speech Team.
WADE, DONNA KAY: Art, English, Social Studies! Future Nurses Club,
Drama-Speech Club, Service Club.
WADE, MORRIS ELMER: Art, English.
WADE, PAMELA JUNE: Business Education, English.
VVADE, ROBERT A.: English, Music, Social Studies! Boys Octette, Techoir.
WAERNER, LYNNDA E.: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Girls
WAKELAND, ROBERT LEE: Art, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Boys
Concert Club, president, Cross Country, Track.
WALLACE, PHILIP: English, Science! Cannon yearbook, editor-in-chief,
Quill and Scroll, president, Key Club, NFL, Drama-Speech Club, Thes-
pians, Speech Team.
WALLACE, SHARON: Business Education, English, Social Studies! DCE
Club, Spanish Club.
WALTERS, JERRY EVELYN: Business Education, English.
WALTON, GERRY V.: Building Trades, English! Football.
WARDWELL, PHYLLIS: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Nat-
ural Science Club.
WATKINS, STEPHEN C.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies!
Techoir, Senior Council, ROTC Officers Club, German Club, Chemistry-
Physics Club, Senior Sponsor Room 6, treasurer.
WATSON, DAVE: English, Social Studies, Machine Shop.
WATSON, WILMA LOUISE: Home Economics, English! Future Nurses Club.
WATTS, BETTY: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Service Club,
Red Cross Club, French Club, History Club, Y-Teens, Cannon weekly, SAO
Executive Board, Twirlers, Senior Sponsor Room 6, president, Senior Coun-
cil, Human Relations Council, secretary.
WATTS, SUSAN R.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies! XYZ Club, Music
Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Concert Orchestra, Techoir, Cannon weekly.
WEATHERFORD, KATHY J.: English, Foreign Language, Science, Social
Studies! DCE Club, German Club, GAA.
WEATHERS, CYNTHIA LUESE: Business Education, English, Social Studies!
Service Club, French Club, Convocation Committee.
WEAVER, JUDY KAY: Business Education, English, Social Studies! GAA,
History Club, Drama-Speech Club.
WEAVER, KAREN: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
WEBER, BRUCE: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies.
WEEDEN, NORMAN A.: Business Education, English, Science, Social Stud-
ies! Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
WEGENER, WILLIAM G.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Drama-Speech Club, president, Thespians, NFL, Speech Team, Cannon
weekly, page I editor, Quill and Scroll, vice president.
WELCH, BARBARA LOU: Business Education, English.
WELLS, LOLA S.: English, Home Economics.
WENDLING, CHARLES ROBERT: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics!
XYZ Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, History Club, Football.
WESLEY, BOB: Drafting, English, Mathematics.
WEST, LEONA M.: English, Home Economics.
WHALEY, THOMAS: Business Education, English! Track, Boys Concert
WHITAKER, DALE: Building Trades, English! Red Cross Club.
WHITE, BARBARA A.: Business Education, English! Red Cross Club, Service
Club, Cheer Block, Dance Committee.
WHITE, BERNICE: Business Education, English! Red Cross Club.
WHITE, L. CHRISTINE: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! GAA,
recording secretary, NFL, Concert Orchestra, secretary.
WHITEMOSS, ANITA: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Cheer-
WHITNEY, HAROLD L.: Art, English.
WHITT, MYRON RICKEY: English, Printing, Social Studies! Future Printers
Club, vice president.
WHORTON, DIAN: Business Education, English, Home Economics! Natural
WIGGINGTON, TANA KAY: Business Education, English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! GAA, Cannon yearbook.
WILCOX, DAVID E.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
WILDMAN, SAMUEL E.: English, Metal Trades.
WILES, SAM: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Basketball,
Track, Concert Band.
WILLIAMS, BEVERLY JEANIE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies!
FTA, Service Club.
WILLIAMS, GENOLA T.: English, Home Economics! GAA.
WILLIAMS, MICHAEL M.: English, Printing! Future Printers Club.
WILLIAMS, QUEEN ELIZABETH: Business Education, English, Foreign
Langauge, Social Studies! Natural Science Club.
WILLIAMS, ROBERT D.: English, Printing! Natural Science Club, Future
Printers Club, Wrestling, Track.
WILLIAMS, RUSSELL E.: Auto Mechanics, English! Wrestling.
WILLIAMS, SUSAN KAY: English, Social Studies! Spanish Club, GAA,
Freshman Track, Sophomore Track.
WILLS, SONIA MARIE: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
WILSON, REBECCA: Business Education, English, Social Studies! Ger-
WILSON, RITA: Business Education, English.
WILSON, SANDRA K.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Cannon
weekly, chief copy editor, Quill and Scroll, secretary, Spanish Club, Schol-
WILSON, SHARON L.: English, Foreign Language, Social Studies! Cannon
weekly, page 2 editor, Quill and Scroll, treasurer, Scholarship Committee,
WILSON, SUZANNE D.: English, Foreign Language, Music, Science, Social
Studies! Techoir, Madrigals, Concert Orchestra, Concert Band, Music Club,
Future Nurses Club, Vespers Committee.
WIRE, RODNEY F.: Drafting, English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Foot-
ball, Track, Lettermen's Club.
WISDOM, CURTIS ALLEN: Auto-Aviation, English.
WISDOM, KENNETH E.: Art, English, Art Club.
WISE, DAVID H.: English, Social Studies! Thespians, NFL, Drama-Speech
Club, Cannon yearbook, Speech-Team.
WOOD, JOHN R.: Auto-Mechanics, English! Chess Club, Radio Club, Ser-
vice Club, ROTC Officers Club.
WOODARD, LARRY: Art, English, Science, Social Studies! Football, Boys
Octette, Techoir, Senior Sponsor Room 6, sergeant at arms.
WOODFORD, JAMES LOUIS, JR.: English, Foreign Language, Social Stud-
ies, Spanish Club, Dance Band, Pep Band, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
WOODS, LARRY D.: Drafting, English.
WOOLLEY, MARILYN KAY: Business Education, English, Science! Music
Club, Red Cross Club.
WOOTEN, LINDA: English, Foreign Language, Science, Social Studies! SAO
Executive Board, Techoir, co-president, Cannon weekly, sports editor,
Quill and Scroll, Spanish Club, GAA, Service Club, Senior Sponsor Room
WRAY, JON M.: English, Social Studies! Physical Science Club, Football.
WRIGHT, DIANA KAY: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Future Nurses Club.
WRIGHT, DONALD R.: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Techoir, Football, Wrestling, Track, Boys' Concert Club.
WRIGHT, GLORIA ELAINE: English, Business Education! GAA.
WRIGHT, JACK R.: English, Building Trades.
WRIGHT, MARGARET ANNE: English, Social Studies, Mathematics, Busi-
ness Education! Future Nurses Club.
WRIGHT, MARK A.: English, Metal Trades! DCE Club.
WRIGHT, RICHARD A.: Auto-Mechanics, English.
WRIGHT, VIVIAN F.: Home Economics, Business Education, Social Studies!
Y-Teens, Treasurer, Future Nurses Club.
WYATT, DONNA: English, Home Economics! Future Nurses Club, GAA.
WYATT, PRISCILLA ANN: English, Home Economics, Business Education!
YARBROUGH, WILLIAM D.: English, Electrical Trades, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Boys' Concert Club.
YARRELL, DOROTHY J.: English, Home Economics, Social Studies.
YATES, JOYCE ANN: Business Education, English.
YENSEL, SUE: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
YOUNG, GREG: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!
SAO Executive Board, sergeant at arms, ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Rifle
YOUNG, HENRY C.: Building Trades, English, Social Studies! Music Club,
ROTC Officers Club.
YULE, CAROLE: Business Education, English! DCE Club.
ZAVADA, FRANK P.: Art, English, Auto Trades.
ZIEGLER, CHERYL: Business Education, English, Social Studies.
ZINNERMAN, AARON: Electrical Trades, English, Mathematics.
Art Club 55
Auto Trades Department 108
Band 14, 28, 29
Basketball Queens 69
Biology Department 11, 101
Boys Concert Club 32
Boys Octette 18, 26
Business Education Department 103
Building Trades Department 109
Cafeteria Staff 84
Cannon Weekly Staff 38-39
Cannon Yearbook Staff 36-37
Cap and Gown Committee 126
Cheer Leaders 65-66
Chemistry-Physics Club 54-55
Chess Team 53
Color Guard fBandJ 62
Color Guard KROTCJ
Commencement Committee 116
Concert Orchestra 30-31
Convocation Committee 127
Cross Country 63
Dance Band 32
Department Assistants 83
Distributive Cooperative Education
Distributive Cooperative Education
CDCEJ Club 52
Drafting Department 107
Drama-Speech Club 41
Drill Team 47
Electrical Department 106
English Department 92-93
Evening School Staff 83
Exploratory Teaching 97
Foreign Language Department 94
French Club 44-45
Future Nurses Club 48-49
Future Printers Club 54-55
Future Teachers of America
German Club 45
Girls Athletic Association CGAAJ
Girls Concert Club 32-33
Girls Ensemble 27
Gift Committee 119
Harvest Moon Ball 19, 26
Health, Physical Education
History Club 51
Homecoming 9, 16, 17, 35
Home Economics Department 98
Human Relations Council 23
Jamboree Queen 69
Junior Classical League KJCLJ 45
Key Club 18, 35
Lettermen's Club 50
Majorettes 15, 62
Mardi Gras 9, 18, 41, 45
Metal Trades Department 111
Military Ball 46
Music Club 32-33
National Forensic League KNFLJ 43
Natural Science Club 54-55
Office Staff 81
Picnic Committee 118
Printing Club fSee Future
Printing Department 110
Prom Committee 121
Radio Club 52-53
Recommendations Committee 123
Red Cross Club 48-49
Rifle Team 46
ROTC Department 104
ROTC Officers Club 46
ROTC Sponsors 47
Sadie Hawkins Committee 122
SAO Board 34
Scholarship Committee 120
Senior Parents Reception 124
Service Club 48
Social Service 82
Social Studies Department 95
Spanish Club 44-45
String Ensemble 26
Tech Legion 22
Vespers Committee 125
XYZ Club 55
Abbett, Colleen Rae 115
Abbett, Jackie 34, 39, 41, 43
Abbott, Mike 60
Abbott, Particia 52, 115
Abbott, Preston 59
Abbett, Sharon A. 115
Adams, Linda 28
Adams, Nancy 24, 27, 39, 40, 41,
Adams, Tom 32, 60
Adams, William 26
Albertson, Lucinda 22, 33, 115
Alexander, Danny 63
Alexander, David E. 115
Alexander, Dennis 60
Alexander, Ted 115
Allen, David Cecil 115
Allen, David L. 129
Allen, Lawrence E. 115
Allen Marsha 44
Alm,,Nicho1as E. 115
Alstott, Gregory 61
on, Larry D. 53
on, Nancy C. 22, 115
on, Naomi L. 54
Andrews, Jerry 63, 71
Appleton, Nathan 70
Amistrong, Jill 66
Beck, Steven E. 32, 59
Beck, William 71
Beckwith, Clarence 50, 59
Beech, Karen 101
Beem, Michael 53
Beight, Danny 28, 31, 32
Beinburg, Connie 49
Belding, Anita 33, 34, 49, 62
Bell, Deborah J. 115
Bell, Richard 60
Bellamy, Stephen P. 115
Bender, Frances 39
Bennett, George VV. 115
Bennett, Karen Sue 115
Benson, Harry 53
Bentley, Glen 63
Berchekas, Peggy 21, 22, 24,
Bergdoll, Benny W. 115
Betz, Ronald 115
Beverly, Betty 50
Biech, Karen K. 115
Biech, Larry 53, 115
Birge, James 129
Birkla, Paul 54
Bishop, Brenda 24
Bishop, Reginald 61, 71
Bishop, Yolanda J. 115
Biszantz, Joann 115
Black, Dave 54, 55
Black, James 63
Black, McHelen 115
Blair, Albert 52
Blass, Phyllis 28
Blogs, Phyllis 28
Blount, Donna 43, 50
Blount, Sandra L. 115
Blue, Dwight 60
Blue, Pat 60
Bluiett, Ed 60
Bobbitt, Cheryl K. 129
Boggs, Steve 61
Bohnenkamp, Carol Sue 115
Bond, Geraldine 31
Bond, Hettie 31
Bond, Pearl M. 115
Boofer, Michael 63
Boone, Julia 31
Boothe, Penelope A. 115
Borczak, Siegfried C. 64, 115
Arnett, Linda 34, 40, 41, 43, 51
Amett, Paul R. 115
Amold, Carol Ann 31, 33, 115
Arnold, Gary 10
Asberry, Doris 31
Atherton, Marilyn 22, 23, 36, 40,
41, 43, 115
Auble, Dan 52, 115
Auble, Larry 28, 32, 53
Austin, James 53
Aurand, John H. 115
Borden, Kathryn 42, 45, 51
Borden, Larry 51
Borden, Steve 45, 115
Boswell, Marsha Carol 115
Boswell, Sherry L. 115
Bottoms, Marty 40, 41
Bougher, Joetta Kay 115
Bowers, Marcia 51
Bowman, Chester 27
Boyd, Mary A. 115
Boyd, Robert 54
Avery, Leroy 50, 59, 64, 115
Avery, Tom 60
Ayers, Vic 60
Aytes, Willard A. 115
Backus, Jerry 28, 31
Bacon, Richard 23, 51, 53, 54, 129
Bailey, Brenda 33, 62
Baker, Dennis 129
Baker, J, Allen 115
Baker, Joseph 46
Baker, Ron 60, 75
Bandy, Edward L. 115
zer, Louis 52
Linda 16, 115
Barber, Linda 115
Barger, Jess 46
Barlow, Edith 115
Boyd, Terry 33, 49
Boykin, Janelle 33
Boykin, Ruby 49, 53
Brady, Linda 48
Brannon, Jerry 47
Brannon, Sherry 44
Brasher, Charles 53
Brasher, Cleo 16, 35, 114
Bremer, Fred 51
Brenner, Ron 36
Brewer, Betty L. 129
Bright, Susan 48, 55
Brinkley, Kent 31
Brinkley, Kerry 31, 49, 50
Brizendine, Gary L.- 115
Broadus, Lawrence 28
Broadus, Stanley 63
Bamard, Ron 41
Bames, Debbi 22, 49
Bames, Steve 109
Bames, Timothy 115
Bamett, Deborah 22, 23, 65, 93,
Bamett, Lillie Mae 31, 49, 53, 115
Bartholomew, Evelyn S. 115
Bartlett, John L. 115
Barton, James 111
Barton, William 40, 42, 45
Baskerville, Eula M. 115
Bates, Chester R. 115
Bates, Riley S. 115
Bauer, Danny 129
Bauerle, Dean 108
Baylor, Richard 71
Baxter, Robert D. 115
Baxter, Sharon L. 115
Baylor, Richard 61
Bean, Jerry 60
Beaver, Judith A. 115
Beck, Jeffery 60
Beck, Leroy 60
Brock, Phyllis 24
Brockman, Sue Ann 22, 24, 4
Brooks, Larry 116
Brooks, Norma J. 116
Brooks, Ralph 129
Brown, Calvin 116
Brown, Don 40
Brown, Donna J. 116
Brown, Douglas E., Jr. 116
Brown, Marian F. 116
Brown, Patricia A. 116
Brown, Wyman 70
Brummett, Janet 40
Bryant, Ray 61
Buchanan, Becky 66
Buchanan, Don 52, 64
Buck, Cheryl 31
Buck, Pat 116
Buckley, Nancy L. 53
Buckley, William 53
Bunk, Sherry 62
Burke, Geraldine A. 116
Burks, Alan R. 47, 116
Burks, William 47, 116
Burlingame, Consuclo L. 116
Burnworth, Tom 55
Burroughs, Jon 42, 45, 51
Burton, Cindy 33
Paula K. 116
Byers, Juanita 44, 50
Byrd, Bradley 31, 40
Cade, Emily 53, 116
Caldwell, Dianna 24, 27, 33
Caldwell, Spencer Henry 116
Calvin, Steven A. 116
Campbell, Reta 49
Campbell, Steven 61
Canady, Bruce 60
Capshaw, Kathy 40
Carey, Marion 50
Carnal, Robert 40
Carter, Carolyn S. 116
Carter, Janes 59
Carter, Vada L. 116
Carter, VVayne 129
Cartmel, Robert A. 12
Cartwright, Don 116
Casey, Marion 50, 75, 116
Casida, Mary E. 116
Caule, Sandy 53
Cavanaugh, Gregory 51
Chamberlain, Jay 116
Champion, Gary 34
Chandler, Sherry 33
Chapman, James 60
Chapman, Nancy 24, 34
Cheshire, Barbara 49, 116
Cheshire, Margie 49
Chestnut, Steven J. 116
Childs, Robert 59, 64
Chris, Charles 46
Christ, Don 116
Christian, Nick 116
Chronis, Chris 24, 35
Cheshire, Margi 48
Clark, Lewis 28, 31, 59, 64
Clark, Richard fRickJ 11, 20, 22,
28, 31, 32, 40, 41, 43, 44, 114
Clark, Susan 44, 49, 51
Clegg, Jacqueline 116
Clevenger, Jacqueline 102
Cloyd, Mary R. 116
Coffey, Regina 44, 47, 49, 114
Coleman, Melvin 32, 116
Coleman, Phyllis 55
Coleman, Richard C. 129
Collier, Vicki 49
Collins, Gill 116
Collins, Gail 55
Collins, Rufus 44, 51
Combs, Daniel 47
Compton, Sylvia 49
Condos, Leo 35
Cooper, Clayton R. 129
Copas, Judy 22, 52, 116
Cook. Larry 63
Cooper, Clinton R. 129
Cooper, David 54, 55, 63
COPD. Donald 116
Coppage, Margaret C. 116
Cornelison, Johnnie L. 129
Comett, Linda 40, 41
Cornett, Sherry F. 116
Corrado, Rita 31, 49
Cottongim, Frank D. 116
Cottongim, Robert M. 129
Couch, Roberta 96, 117
Couse, Claudia 33
Cox, Cary 28, 32, 35, 51
Cox, Randall 61
Craft, Roy L. 73, 129
Craig, Jim 60
Cramford, Terry 54
Crawford, Glen 101, 102
Crawford, Janice 51
Creech, Ronald 117
Cronett, Linda 40
Cl'0Ok6, Roberta Kay 117
Cross, Lillie Mae 23, 42, 44
Crowder, J. A. 117
Curry, Otis 23, 50, 68, 69, 117
Curry, Robert 32
Curtin, Patty 55
Dallman, Leroy W, 117
Dalton, Millie E. 117
Daniel, Rex 117
Darland, Linda 24, 27, 34, 49, 62
Davenport, Lonnal 32
Davidson, Linda J. 117
Barbara Ann 117
Barbara J. 24, 117
Linda 45, 51
PUPIL I DEX
Davis, Paul C. 32
Davis, Robert 61
Davis, Violet 50
Dawson, Darnell 61
Deckard, Jimmy L. 117
Decker, Craig D. 46, 117
DeBruhl, Dennis 63
DeMoss, John 50, 59, 117
De Spain, Mike 117
Detty, Lynn L. 117
DeVine, David S. 22, 32, 33, 48,
DeVitt, William 26, 59
Diamantidis, Elaine 44
Diamantidis, Katherine 44
Dildine, Steve 50, 64
Dillahay, Paula J. 52, 117
Doan, Danny 27, 39, 63
Dockery, Jerry 32, 70, 107
Donahue, Rosann 117
Donoghue, Dorothy Ann 117
Doran, Denny 117
Dorough, John R. 117
Dorsey, Henry J. 55
Dorsey, Jerry Tyrone 117
Douglas, Rodney 52
Downing, Linda 47
Drain, Georgia 49
Drake, Ronald 117
Drexler, Dave 22, 117
Duckett, Pamela 22, 55, 117
Duff, Myron 129
Duncan, Cynthia 22, 97, 117
Duncan, Joseph 117
Kathy Elaine 117
dy, Mary E. 129
dy, Marie H. 129
Durham, Clifton 109, 117
, Steve 109
Margaret Ann 50, 117
Duthie, Anne 22, 24, 26, 27, 31,
Dixon, Dwayne 39
Dycus, Marsha 43
Eads: Ellen 10, 22, 24, 34, 36, 37,
40, 41, 43, 51, 97, 117
Eads, George 40, 41, 43
Eads, Joe 41, 55
Eads, Teresa Diane 117
Ealy, Jessie 23, 50, 58, 59, 74
Ealy, John 22, 50
Frazier, Paula 98
Frazier, Robert 129
Freeman, Frankie 33
Freeman, Mike 60
Frenzel, Richard L. 32
Frink, Cecil 117
Frink, Anise 49
Frost, Faye 48, 55
Furry, Ross 67, 68
Gaddie, Bob 71
Garrett, Thomas 102
Gartrell, Lynne tHughJ 46, 63,
Gartrell, Gary 63
Gaunce, Sandra 52, 129
Gearlds, Wayne 118
Geminden, Lana 22, 50, 118
Gemmill, Mike 53
Gerstung, Kathryn Anne 118
Gibbs, Nancy 118
Gibson, Mary Frances 118
Gibson, Wilbur 118
Gilbert, Roberta N. 118
Gilbert, Robert 97
Gilliatte, Gerry 55
Gilliatte, Nova E., Jr. 118
Gaily, Vicki 55
Glaspie, Paul 23, 63
Glover, Jo Anne 118
Godwin, David 32
Godwin, Deborah 118
Godwin, Margaret 51
Goldman, Tylka 42, 45
Goldstein, Jacqueliyn 12.9
Goode, Linda 102, 118
Goodman, S. Diane 118
Goodrich, Beverly 118
Goodwin, Joyce 54
Grasshoff, Ronald 59, 118
Graves, David 71
Green, Becky 66
Green, Mary 129
Green, Ronald Wayne 118
Green, Sandra 53, 118
Gregory, Carol 24, 33
Gre ory, Donald 118
Earley, Cynthia A. 117
Eaton, Vickie 16, 22, 102, 114
Edwards, Gloria 33, 117
Edwards, Sylvester 61, 71
Egan, Mildred 117
Elliott, Brenda Sue 117
Elliott, Danny 117
Elliott, Frances 54
Elliott, Gary 53
Elliott, Mike 28
England, Donna 117
Enlow, Arthur 63, 106
Ensminger, Mike 19, 22, 50, 58,
59, 64, 72, 114
Entwistle, Jim 28
Esarey, Carol 45, 51
Etchison, Gary 51
Gregory, Lavem 129
Gregory, Michael 45
Greig, Kathy 51
Gribben, Caroline K. 118
Griffin, Curlee 109, 118
Griffin, David 41
Griffin, Don 61
Griffin, James Jr. 28, 32, 39
Grimes, Steve 39
Grover, Don 101
Groves, Michael D. 129
Grubbs, John H. 118
Gmbbs, Steve 61
Grundy, Walter 60, 70
Gulley, James 46, 118
Michael R. 118
in 28, 31, 44
Hall, Carolyn Jeanne 118
Hallanger, John 46
Hambry, Gina 55
Harvey, Susan tSusieJ 24, 34, 49,
Hasch, Kenneth R. 118
Hastings, Luther Wilson 118
Hatcher, Barbara 102, 118
Hatcher, Billy 44, 46, 118
Hausz, Richard Karl 118
Hawkins, Delma Ann 118
Hawkins, Sharon 43
Hawley, David 28, 31, 53, 118
Hawthorne, William 71
Hayes, Charles 71
Hazelwood, Vicki L. 119
Heatherly, Jan 45
Hedrick, Pamela fPamJ 39, 40, 42,
Helfferich, Donna 33, 118
Helfferich, Sam 59
Helmick, Candice L. 119
Henderson, Gail 50
Henderson, Joseph D. 23, 66, 68,
Henderson, Mildred 119
Henslee, Robert Allen 119
Herald, Philip Dean 119
Herman, Linda Sue 23, 36, 40, 41,
Hernandez, Juanita 49
Herrington, Beverly 52, 119
Herrington, Charlotte 22, 49, 119
Herrington, Sharron Jean 22, 119
Hess, Zandra 48, 49, 54, 129
Hessman, Sherri 48, 49
Hettenbach, Linda S. 119
Hiatt, Becky 49
Hiatt, Teresa 16, 129
Hickey, Mike 73
Hicks, Letty Ann 119
Hicks, Steven M. 119
Highbaugh, Charles T. 119
Hight, Richard CDickJ 10, 41, 43,
Hill, Becky 66
Hill, Dan L. 119
Hill, John A., Jr. 119
Hill, Larry 32
Hill, Linda S.
Hill, Raymond 60
Hill, Rebecca 24, 27
Hilton, John 34, 36, 63, 71
Hindman, Mearlyn J. 119
Hirschy, Robert 47
Hiselman, Nonnan 45
Hoard, James Ronald 119
Hoard, James Scott 119
Hockman, Gloria 36
Hodges, Linda 33
Hodgson, William 32
Hof, Alan L. 119
Hogan, Libby 49
Hogge, Sandra 49, 129
Holbrook, Jeff 50, 74, 119
Holder, Roger 50, 59
Holliday, Carmel 119
Holling, Jacqueline 50
Holman, Johnny B. 119
Hood, Danette Kay 119
Hooker, Steven 52
Hoover, Cherye E. 119
Horton, Jimmie Eddie 119
Horton, Ron 24, 119
Hoskins, Mark E. 119
House, Darrell W. 119
Houser, Pallas 49
Houser, Susan B. 119
Howard Aeonzo William 119
Jackson, Gereldine R. 120
Jackson, Ronald E. 21, 120
Jacobs, Dennis D. 120
Jacobs, Geraldine M. 120
Jacobs, Jim 26, 34, 36, 37, 93
James, A. Greg 120
Jarrett, John 59, 64, 75, 120
Jee, Danny 120
Jefferies, Barry 61
Jeter, Deanna C. 22, 120
Jeter, Elizabeth 49
Johnson, Betty J. 120
Johnson, Bonitasue 52, 120
Johnson, Brenda Marie 120
Johnson, Charles 59, 70
Johnson, Debbie J. 54, 129
Johnson, Donna 33, 54, 62, 120
Johnson, Glen 50, 68, 120
Johnson, Judith 59
Johnson, Marilyn 120
Johnson, Mary E. 120
Johnson, Mike 61
Johnson, Milton 129
Johnson, Patricia 44
Johnson, Paula J. 120
Johnson, Rick 21, 120
Johnson, Ronald 50, 59, 120
Johnson Sherry 54 120
Jones, Beverly Jo 97, 120
Jones, Ella Mae 120
Jones, Garry L. 120
Jones, Glenda F. 120
Jones, Joann M. 120
Jones, Joseph L. 120
Jones, Marilyn Mae 121
Jones, Mark 121
Jones, Shawnee 33, 48, 49
Jones, Sherrie 49
Jones, William 60
Jordan, Denise J. 121
Jordan, George W. 121
Jordan, Jim 28
Jordan, Phyllis Jean 121
Joven, Becky 44
Joyner, Kay Frances 121
Juarez, Arthur 44
Judkins, Theodore J. 121
Junge, Bob 28
Karol, Kathy 36, 41, 43
Keel, Gary L. 121
Keen, Jerry Lee 59, 64, 121
Keesee, Frank 16, 23, 35, 121
Keller, Elizabeth 45, 49
Keller, Larry K. 129
Kellum, David 6 1
Kennison, Nikki-lynne 22, 24 27
34, 39, 48, 49, 114
Kern, Elizabeth 40
Kern, Richard D. 23, 31
Kerr, Donald R. 121
Kiesler, Earl R. 121
King, Herman Charles 121
King, Ventura 129
Kirby, Suzan 29, 36
Kirkbride, Steve 121
Kleifgen, Stephen 32
Klein, Jackye Ann 121
Klinck, Donna L. 121
Kloss, Otis J., Jr. 129
Klopotek, Robert L. 121
Knopp, Ronald Duane 121
Knox, Doris 50
Kollmeyer, Bob 50, 121
Koon, Joseph Allan 129
Kramer, Larry 46, 121
Kuhn, John 63, 107, 114
Kurbursky, Elmer 47, 63
Evans, Barbara A. 117
Evans, Floyd 59, 68, 110
Evans, Helen D. 129
Evans, R. Chip 22, 23, 24, 34, 92
Evans, Thomas C. 117
Farral, George W. 32, 45, 117
Fashimpaur, Neal 46
John 46, 47, 59, 117
Ferguson, Jerry 129
Ferguson, Wayne 61
Fishburn, Linda Lou 117
Fleetwood, Sandra 53
Floyd, Raymond 51
Fogleman, Janine 36, 50, 62
Fogleman, John 73
Fogleson, Katheyn 24, 42, 45, 51
Ford, Joyce 117
aula J. 117
Fordyce, Roscoe L. 129
Foreman, Gwendolyn K. 117
Forkner, Jeanne 24, 28, 31, 117
Fort, Eric 27, 114
Franklin, Emma Jean 117
Franklin, Gerald 61, 71
Frantzreb, Judy 103
Hamilton, Cheryl 45
Hamilton, Regina Ann 118
Hamon, Barbara 22, 34, 44, 49,
Hammond, Barry 64
Handy, Dave 16, 118
Handy, James 24, 63
Handy, Stephen 35, 64
Hannemann, Wilhelm 118
Hansen, Jay M. 118
Hansford, Shallis J. 118
Hantzis, Shirley 49
Hardesty, Calvin 50, 60, 64
Harding, Cheryl 23, 24, 27, 37, 39,
Hardison, Thomas 118
Hardy, Bonnie M. 118
Hardy, Nathaniel 61
Harmeson, Patrick 32
Harris, Hans Peter 31
Harris, Odis B. 118
Harrison, Kay 39
Harrison, Linda Marlean 49
Harp, Mike 63
Harper, Vonda 33
Harris, Rachel 118
Harris, Steve 111,118
Hart, Caran 22, 24, 27, 118
Hart, Dora 62
Harter, Julia Ann 118
Harvey, David C. 118
Harvey, Leslie 10, 129
Howard, Beverly Jean 96, 119
Howard, Dan 46, 119
Howard, Jane 31, 119
Howard, Jeanette Paulene 119
Howe, Deborah Ann 120
Howery, Ralph M. 120
Hoyt, Daniel 50, 120
Hubbard, Michael 52
Hudson, Mike 71
Huebner, Janet 22, 48, 55, 97, 120
Huffman, Marilyn Diane 120
Huffman, Michael 55, 103, 120
Hugg, Edwin A. 120
Hughes, Rossetta 53
Hughes, Russell C. 33, 120
Hunsucker, Lynne 44
Hunt, Donna 22, 24, 26, 27, 31,
, 44, 47, 49, 114, 130
Hunt, Kay 129
Hunt, Lorraine 24, 27
Hunt, Nancy L. 120
Hutchens, Jeff 55
Hutton, Max 61
Hylton, James 47
Elaine 24, 102
Grant 50, 59, 93
lngle, Linda 31, 40, 44, 51
Ingles, Bob 39, 42
Ingram, Walter 32
Irwin, Jo Ann 49, 66
Irwin, Karen R. 120
Jackson, Dwight T. 129
Lacey, Kevin 63
Laderson, Willa 121
Laffey, John 52, 114
Lagle, Helen 31, 33, 121
Laing, Rebecca 40, 54, 55
Lancaster, Jackie 121
Lane, William 24, 27
Lange, James A. 129
Langley, Theresa 129
Lantis, Cheryle 129
Lavely, Ron 121
Lawrence, Arthur 121
Lawrence, Steve 22, 26, 121
Lawrence, Stuart 28
Lawson, Lula 55
Lawson, Teresa 33
Leary, Amos 129
Leavell, Edward 59
Leavell, Ruth Ann 129
Leavell, Thomas 61
Ledford, Gerald 28
Lee, Allen 63
Lee, Earl 21, 22, 34, 36, 50, 63,
Lee, Robert 121
Leonard, Philip D. 121
Lessaris, David 121
Lester, Kay H9655 130
Leveque, Donna J. 121
Lewis, James 61, 71, 121
Lewis, Rod 28, 32
Liford, Cynthia 121
Morales, Delores 123
Link, Jean 28, 121
Lish, Gary 61
Long, Barbara 121
Longs, Bettie 52, 121
Looper, Elena 22, 24, 28, 31, 121
Looper, Helen 121
Loudermilk, Mary 39, 40, 41, 43.
Loux, Steve L. 121
Loux, Terry 71
Loux, Terry 61
Lowhorn, Danny 32
Lucas, Marilyn 47, 62
Lumpkin, Mike 54
Luttrell, Ron 121
Lyles, Brenda 53
Lynch, Phil 61
Lynn, Emie 92
Lytle, Charles 51, 121
Mackey, Steve 60
McCampbell, Carolyn 129
McAndrews, John J. 121
McAtee, Jeffrey 24, 27, 44
McCarty, Marilyn 62
Mills, Maureen 31, 33
Milton, Alvin 108, 130
Milton, Veronica 122
Minor, Maureen 49, 54, 103, 122
Mitchell, David 71
Mitchell, Delorise 122
Mitchell, Keith 122
Mitchell, Sally 52, 102, 122
Moeller, Kathleen 22, 24, 27, 48,
Monday, Keith 48, 55
Monroe, Linda 55
Montgomery, Ed 73, 122
Montgomery, Marcia 39, 47, 48,
Pierson, Donald A. 124
Pierson, Patricia 48
Pirtle, Thomas 52, 130
Pitts, Marty 110
Platt, Karen 124
Plummer, Sharon 124
Plummer, Stephen A. 124
Polvadore, Beverly 124
Ponsler, Karol J. 22, 124
Port, Myra 124
Porter, Greg 53
Porter, Sandra Kay
Posey, Cheryl Ann 124
Poteet, Brenda 50
Potter, Charles 32, 124
Russell, Dennis 94
Russell, Harold 71
Russell, Phillip 130
Rynard, Kenny 32
Samuel, Ramona 125
Sanders, Charles fChit-kj 50, 58,
67, 68, 125
Sanders, Gary 61, 71
Sanders, Lcvon W. 125
Sanders, Pearlie 50
Sanders, Steve 19, 50, 59, 68, 114
Sargent, Linda 125
Satkamp, Chester 41
Sayles, Sherry 23, 31, 33, 49, 53,
McCaskey, Theresa 53, 121
McClain, Lynne 121
McClain, Richard 61
McClary, Don 110, 121
ry, Dean 54, 121
Montgomery, Sharon 123
Moody, Deborah 33, 51
Moon, Mary Jo 24, 130
Moore, Gary L. 123
Moore, Harry A. 123
Moore, Jerome 46, 123
Moore, Melody S. 123
Vicki 33, 123
Moran, Michael 46, 104
, Aaron 123
, G. L. 123
Morgan, Mary Jo 123
Morgan, Roderick fRodJ 19, 20,
Powell, Helen 22, 47, 124
Powell, Susan 39, 40, 45, 51
Powers, Sandy 124
Poynter, Vicki 49
Polson, Don 35
Prasley, Roy 54
Price: Michael 16, 50, 61, 67, 68,
Price, Milton 61
Price, Stephanie 49, 124
Pride, Danny 70
Proffitt, Donna 33
Proffitt, Linda 51
McCloud, Greg 61
McClung, Everett 92
McCord, Margaret 31
McCord, Mark 121
McCormick, James 106
McCom, Marjorie 28
McCoy, F. D. 50
McCullough, Judy 49
McCurry, Minnie 53
McFall, Larry 121
McGee, Darlene 121
McGee, Eliza J. 121
McGinnis, Cheryl 49, 120
McGraw, Henry 61
McKinney, Linda 49
McMullen, Thomas 121
McKnight, Marianne 44
McWhirter, Charles 121
Mackey, Steve 35
Madden, Elisha 28
Maddox, William 61
Madison, Charles 122
Madry, Wendell 122
Majors, Marsha 28, 122
Majors, Michael 61
Mangus, Julia 33
Manning, Mary 122
Mansfield, William, Jr. 50, 59, 73
Marsden, Warren 50, 68, 122
Marsh, Rick 122
Marshall, Arlester 16, 22, 24, 27,
Marshall, Jocelyn 130
Marshall, Patty 62, 122
Martin, Katherine 98
Mason, Darlene 130
Mason, Jimmy 122
21, 22, 34, 50, 59, 97, 114
Morris, Ron 60, 106
Morris, Vicki 45
Morton, Dianne 123
Morton, Joe 60
Moss, Michael 68, 123
Muffler, Bemie 50, 59, 123
Munden, Roselyn 123
Murray, Maxine 130
Muscatel, Mollyann 123
Muse, Becky 49
Musmann, Linda 130
Myers, Linda 33, 51
Myers, Roderick 46, 123
Nahas, Victoria CVicciJ 48, 49, 55
Nay, Kent 11, 22, 44, 123
Neal, Linda 50
Newell, Susan 24, 27, 39, 47
Newkirk, Susan 26, 31, 123
Nichols, Gloria 123
Nickels, Dianna L. 123
Nickels, Richard 60
Noble, Ken 45
Noffke, Barbara 24, 39, 79, 97, 123
Nolte, James 53, 54
Norris, William 130
Oakley, Carol 20, 22, 24, 31 34,
O'Connor, Buddy Rodger 130
Oelschlager, M. Terry 123
Officer, James 61
Oliveira, Jeffrey 39, 40, 41, 43,
45, 53, 55
O'Neal, Robert 123
O'Neil, Kathy 123
Osbom, Jim 32
Oser, Steven 46, 123
Pryor, Larry 31, 52, 93
Purkerson, Steve 61
Purvis, Kenneth 63, 129
Quick, Daisy 124
Radford, Cynthia 124
Rady, Ron 23, 34, 60
Ramsey, Debbie 66
Rance, Myron 46
Randol, Ronald 46, 124
Randolph, Clarence 70
Ransom, Belinda 55, 96
Ransom, Patsy 50
Rasener, Cathryn 124
Ratliff, Kay 124
Ray, Frank 124
Ray, Gary 20, 31, 32
Ray, Ronald E. 124
Redman, Gary 130
Ree, Max 32
Reed, Pamela 54
Reed, Thurman 124
Reed, Ellis W. 124
Reese, Dollie 53
Reese, Edith 33
Reeves, Carolyn L. 124
Reeves, Delores 124
Reeves, Linda 51
Reives, Earl 124
Reneau, Dan 28, 31, 32, 93
Renfro, Frank 54, 124
Reno, Jay 70
Ressinger, Diane 16, 34, 47, 49, 51,
63, 65, 97, 124
Rethmeyer, Vicki Sue 124
Rhodes, Crystal 39, 53, 124
Rice, Dennis 60
Richard, Janis 31
Richards, Linda M. 124
Scahill, Ed 16, 21, 22, 24, 27, 34,
50, 73, 125
Schafer, Jack 73
Scharbrough, Penny L. 97, 125
Schmidt, Donna L. 125
Schmidt, Jill 19, 49, 65, 114
Schneider, Tim 44, 71
Schowengerdt, Brenda 22, 125
Schowengerdt, Linda 22, 52, 125
Schwier, Neal Matthew 125
Scott, Alma 50
Scott, John L. 125
Scott, Leonard 64, 130
Scott, Paula 94
Sczcypinski, Henry J. 125
Sears, Gerald 68
Sears, Linda 50
Seats, Joyce 130
Seibert, Jack 34
Seifert, Tom 39
Sellers, David 61
Schaefer, David 130
Shanklin, Dean 110
Sheats, Sally 125
Sheetz, Janice 28, 49, 125
Shreve, Linda 130
Sigg, Hans 31, 46, 104
Sills, Nora L. 40, 130
Silence, Ronald D. 125
Silvey, .Juanita 33
Simmons, Carol 22, 31, 34, 125
Simmons, Leroy 32
Sinclair, Rita M. 125
Sipf, Chris 32
Slaughter, Patricia Yvonne 125
Sloan, Linda Diane 125
Slone, James E. 125
Smith, Allen 125
Smith, Claude 108
Smith, David S. 48, 55
Smith, Edward Aubrey 125
Smith, Larry A. 125
Smith, Mary Ann 125
Smith, Patricia Gail 125
Smith, Rod 125
Smith, Robert 60
Smith, Sandra Diane 125
Smith, Sharon 49, 62
Smith, Susan 33, 125
Smith, Virginia 125
Smith, William B. 52
Mason, Leroy 60
s, Tante 21, 22, 34, 47, 49,
66, 114, 130
Masters, Thea 33, 49
Mathew, Charles, Jr. 122
Mathew, Kenneth 63
Matthews, David 28, 31, 32, 39
Mattingly, Tom 96
Maxwell, Marilyn 39, 53
May, Dortha 45
Meador, Kendall 122
Meadors, Sandra 122
Means, Cynthia 122
Medcalfe, Larry 18, 19, 24, 26, 34,
50, 59, 66, 114, 129
Medcalfe, Robert 61
Meeks, Susan 22, 34, 37, 38, 39,
40, 41, 42, 43, 122
Meid, Stephen 24, 33, 40, 41
Melton, Charles 122
Melvin, Dave 122
Mentis, Jeff 24
Merrifield, David 122
Osterhout, David 35, 123
Owens, Sharon 123
Owens, Shurden 54
Owsley, Byron 123
Palmer, Doug 52
Palmer, Harold 111, 123
Palmer, Michael 45
Palvadore, Beverly 51
Parido, Edgar 54
Parish, Barbara 52, 123
Parker, Joe 61
Parker, William 29, 31
Ron 22, 59, 114
n, Beth 124
Richardson, Judi Carol 124
Richardson, Roland 71
Rippy, Linda C. 124
Roach, Kenneth 61
Roark, Ricky 71
Robbins, David E. 32, 124
Robbins, Ron 61
Roberson, Mary Ann 50
Roberts, Darlene 51
Roberts, Dianna 45, 47, 51
Roberts, Linda L. 22, 124
Parrish, Bill 59
Parrish, Judy 62, 123
Parrish, Steve 111
Parson, William 46, 47, 123
Parson, Mike P. 123
Patterson, Brenda E. 123
n, Donn 32, 40
Pavey, Ed 33, 123
Peace, Harold L. 130
Pearson, Carl 36
Pelphrey, Victoria Ann 123
Pender, Vivian 94
Robertson, Donna K. 124
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Robertson, Jennifer F. 124
Robinson, James E. 124
Robinson, Leroy 50, 59, 124
Robinson, Michael 32
Robinson, Ray 28
Rodocker, Ronald 40, 41, 43
Roe, Max L. 32
Rogers, Adolphus 109
Rogers, Emma Jean 125
Sovern, Harold E. 125
Sparks, Clinton 46, 93, 104, 114
Spaulding, Mary 22, 24, 27, 28,
Spaw, Karen 28, 49
Spears, Brenda 22, 40, 43, 92, 125
Spears, Donald 53
Spears, Linda Sue 126
Spencer, Annie 53, 126
Spencer, Robert 47, 48, 53, 55
Spurr, Noah 47
Stafford, Linda 31
Stanfield, Sandy 28
Stansberry, Issac 53
Starnes, Kristina K. 130
Starnes, Roberta 126
Stearns, Kathy 98
Stevens, Susie 126
on, Fred 126
Stewart, Anne 47
Michael, Carolyn 33, 40
Pennington, Donna 123
Michael, Jackie 52, 122
Michael, Patricia 21, 24, 27, 33, 55
Miles, Glen 111
Miles, Larry 63
Miles, Janice 98
Miller, Arthur 122
Miller, Danny 21, 122
Perdue, Linda R. 45, 123
Perkins, Ronald 108
Petennan, Joe 52
Perry, Karen 130
Petree, Christine CChrisJ 18, 19, 24
27, 29, 34, 49, 62
Petty, Shirley 123
Evelyn 5 1
Miller, Glenda 122
Miller, Jerry 130
Miller, John S. 122
Miller, John T. 59, 122
Miller, Joyce 62, 122
Miller, Judith E. 122
Miller, Lawrence 54
Miller, Marilyn 26, 28, 31, 51,
Pfeiffer, Howie 94
Pfeiffer, Mary Lynn 51
Phillips, Carolyn 33, 123
Phillips: Linda D. 24, 26, 31, 62
Phillips, Michael 48
Phillips, Setephen 130
Penny 11, 19, 22, 33, 34,
44, 46, 47, 114
Rollins, Robert 130
Roney, Mike 59
Rose, David 55
Rose, Gary W. 125
Rosenbaum, E. Jeannie 125
Rosenkrans, Barbara 52, 125
Ross, Linda 54
Roth, Jerry 50, 63, 75, 125
Rothenbush, Jo Ann 33
Rott, Gary 36
Rouse, John 46, 109
Rowls, Michael D. 125
Rozzell, Ricky Lynn 33
Rucker, Ron 60
Rupert, Susan 40, 45
Rush, Lionel Thomas 125
Russell, Christine 51
Russell, David 61
Stinger, Charleyne 24, 48, 49, 126
Stockton, Betty 49, 53
Stockton, Martha 48, 49, 126
Stockton, Naioma 28, 55, 97, 126
Stockton, Paul E. 126
Rich 16, 52, 126
Story: Judy 48
Mary Jo 126
Strain, John Roy 126
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Claude C. 130
Strong, VValter 60
Stuart, Anne E. 24, 62
Stuart, Claude fButchJ 14, 28, 29
32, 51, 126
Stuart, Mary 53
Strubbe, John 61
Suesz, Richard J. 126
Suggs, Paulette 33, 45, 47, 49, 53
Sultzer, Cora J. 126
Sultzer, Teresa 50
Sutton, Jim 40, 41
Swanner, Joyce 22, 49, 126
Swartz, Susan 22, 102, 126
Swift, William E. 130
Swinford, James E. 32
Swinford, Joe 60
Syfert, LaVerle D. 96, 126
Symmes, Cary L. 126
Tardy, Marvin 70
Takacs, John 28
Talbert, Janice 23, 34, 39, 48, 49
Taylor, Allen 40, 41
Taylor, Arthur Lee 126
Taylor, Becky 49
Taylor, Elaine 50
Taylor, Frank W. 126
Taylor, George Albert 126
Taylor, Janice 126
Taylor, Ken, Jr. 55, 126
Taylor, Margie Ann 126
Taylor, Patty 49, 101
Taylor, Peggy Joyce 126
Taylor, Jerry 63
Troxel, Jerry 48, 55
Tucher, Vincent L. 126
Turner, Dennis 130
Turner, Jimmy 126
Turner, Joyce L. 126
Utley, Steve 63
Van Briggle, Donald 126
Van Cleave, Veronica 50
Van Sickles, Thomton 54
VanWye, Floyd 61
Vance, Edward S. 64, 127
Varnado, Solomon 61
Vaughn, Carmel 127
Vaughn, Kim 31
Vernon, Bill 55
Vertner, Claude 61
Vint, Janice 33, 55
Vitt, David CDaveJ 28, 31, 127
Vitt, Roger 28, 31, 32
Volk, Karen J. 127
Volstad, Kathy 33
Taylor, Sylvia 55 Volstad, Kenneth 26, 33, 40, 41,
Taylor, William 71 46, 114
Teckenbrock, Bob 50, 63
Terry, Paul 28
Terry, Vicki 130
Thaxton, Brenda Gail 126
Thiry, Marilyn 55
Thomas, Angela 55, 96, 126
Thomas, Kenny C. 126
Thomas, Kenny W. 126
Thomas, Mattie M. 130
Thomas, Michael J. 22, 126
Thompson, Charles 23
Thompson, Gloria Dawn 126
Thompson, Robert C. 126
Thompson, William A. 19, 22, 34,
50, 59, 126
Thorrnan, Marc 40, 43, 44
Thomburgh, 24, 27, 130
Thorndike, Marsha 54
Toler, Dennis Edward 126
Tomescu, Kris 44, 49
Wade, Donna Kay 127
Wade, Morris Elmer 127
Wade, Pamela June 127
Wade, Robert 26, 127
Waemer, Lynnda E. 127
Waggoner, Steve 28
Waid, Karolyn Jean 53
Wakeland, Robert Lee 32, 127
Walker, Linda 49
Walker, Randall 71
Wallace, Mae 49
Wallace, Phil 16, 36, 37, 40, 41,
Wallace, Sharon 52, 127
Walters, Jerry Evelyn 127
Walton, Gerry V. 127
Wand, Timothy 54
Wardwell, Phyllis 130
Watkins, Steve 24, 114
Watson, Dave 127
Watson, William 24, 26, 33, 50, 63
Watson, Wilma Louise 127
Watts, Betty 19, 23, 34, 49, 62,
Watts, Susan 24, 27, 39, 54, 55,
, Carl 28, 32, 126
, Cathy 33, 40
, Harry 47
, Robert 24, 27, 28, 31, 32,
Townsend, Felix 50, 63, 126 127
Townsend, Kenneth 63
Tracy, William 106
Trefz, Butch 52, 126
Trimmer, Marshall 39, 52, 97, 126
Weatherford, Kathy 52, 127
Weathers, Cynthia 127
Weaver, Judy 50, 127
Weaver, Karen 127
ell, Mattie 126
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Weber, Bruce 92, 127
Webster, John 61
Weddington, Patricia 49
Weeden, Norman 20, 28, 31, 127
Wegener, Bill 20, 21, 22, 35, 37,
38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 97, 127
Wells, Larry 51, 52
Wells, Lola 130
Wendling, Charles 51, 54, 127
Wesley, Bob 127
VVhaley, Thomas 32, 127
Whisman, Kenny 48
White, Barbara 48, 49, 127
White, Bemice 127
White, L. Christine 22, 31, 43, 50,
White, Melba 50
White, Teresa 48, 49
Whitemoss, Anita 16, 24, 65, 67,
Whitney, Harold L. 127
Whitt, Myron Rickey 54, 110, 127
Whitted, Denise 51
Wharton, Diane 127
Wiggington, Tana Kay 36, 127
Wilcox, David E. 127
Wildrnan, Samuel E. 127
Wiley, Judy 53
Wiley, Rodger 102
Wilson, Sandra 20, 21, 22, 37, 38,
39, 94, 128
Wilson, Sharon 20, 22, 37, 39, 128
Wilson, Suzanne CSuziJ 24, 27, 28,
31, 97. 128
Winkle, Barry 42, 45, 53
Winzenread, Mark 60, 70
Wire, Rod 50, 59, 128
Wisdom, Floyd 111
Wisdom, Ken 109, 128
Wise, David 19, 20, 36, 37, 40, 41
Witsman, Twanetta 40
Wong, Linda 50
Wood, John 46, 104, 128
Woodford, James Louis, Jr. 28, 31,
Woods, Larry D.
Woods, Ronald 60
Woodson, Grant 63
Woodard, Larry 24, 26, 59, 114
Woolley, Marilyn 33, 49, 128
Wooten, Linda 22, 24, 34, 37, 39,
Worley, Donna 33, 49
Wray, Jon M. 128
Diana Kay 128
Don 24, 28, 31, 128
Elizabeth 33, 45
Wilkinson, Anthony 54 Wright, C10ri21 50, 128
Wilkinson, Donald E. 32 Wright, Jack R- 128
Williams, Beverly Jeanie 127 Wright, Margaret Anne 128
Williams, Genola T. 127 Wright, Mark 52, 128
Williams, Hallie 47 Wright Richard A. 128
Williams, Lula 130
Williams, Michael M. 127
Williams, Iris 19, 22, 24, 27, 34,
Williams, Keith 54
Williams, Linda 49
Williams, Queen Elizabeth 128
I Vivian 53, 128
Wyatt, Donna 49, 50, 128
Priscilla Ann 128
Yarbrough, William 128
Yates, Joyce Ann 130
Yarrell, Dorothy J. 128
Yates, Don 102
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Williams, Russell E. 128 Young' Greg 34, 46' 104, 128
Williams, Susan K. 130 Young' Henry 130
Wills, Sonia Marie 128 Young, Leslie 49
Wilson, Bob 28 Young, Nikita 50
Wilson, George 47 YOUrlg, Wilma 49
Wilson, Larry 108 Yates, Janice 53
Young, Clyde 54
Wilson, Michael 47
Wilson, Ramona 49
Wilson, Rebecca 128
Wilson, Rita 128
Yule, Carole 22, 52, 128
Zavada, Frank 130
Zeigler, Cheryl 128
Zinnerman, Aaron 130
The editor and staff of the 1966 Cannon yearbook
express their sincere thanks for assistance by the
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE AD-
MINISTRATION for the use of the Titan missile
launch photo on page 2, Newsfoto Publishing Corn-
pany and its representative, MR. DICK KENNARD,
for technical advice, MR. KENNETH PUCKETT for
financial guidanceg Our advertisers for help in financ-
ing the Titan Flight '66, MR. JOHN DAVIS for pilot-
ing his plane over the campus, and photographer-
alumnus WILLIAM BOLANDER who flew with him
to shoot the cover pictureg MR. MAX CALLOWAY
for photographs of clubs, seniors, faculty, and class-
room activitiesg MR. WILLIAM GRANEY for team
photos, DWAYNE DIXON for Campus photographs,
The office staff and faculty for cooperation in schedul-
ing many photographsg The coaches of spring sports
for adapting their programs to help us photograph
their athletes, MR. CECIL TRESSLAR for consulting
with us on many problems and questions, MRS.
BETTY ROWLAND for accounting, clerical assis-
tance, and moral support, and roll room agents for
their efforts in our sales campaign.
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