Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1967
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Here's the Tech perspective
From far away Arsenal Tech-
nical High School is seen as a
bustling mass, a great con-
glomeration of all kinds of
people, each swiftly passing by,
lost in a grayness of routines
and rules. But, moving up on
the scene, coming closer to the
school, the onlooker finds that
each ofthe 4800 pupils is an in-
dividual with distinct problems,
personal e m ot io n s, unique
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Below: Tech's Barn once provided shelter for
United States Cavalry horses. It now houses
live animals used in biology classes.
The century-old A r s e n a l
Tower has seen innumerable
teenagers wander onto the
Tech campus, awed by its
enormity and its vast loneliness.
lt has witnessed the miraculous
change ot these Techites from
bewildered freshmen to self-
contident seniors in a short tour
At the opening of school, a
quick tour of the campus made
known the points of interest to
each oncoming "freshie." Later,
the newcomer realized the true
spirit of Tech in a simple smile,
a nod of recognition, a genial
He studied, participated and
matured, and became one of
the tens of thousands who
proudly call Tech their alma
He supported the Tech name
in his unique way, at a school
where stately tradition and his-
tory combined with the spirit of
Inside the Arsenal Tower are the cogs and
levers that once ran the clock-works. They
are accessible by ladder.
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Right above: The Magazine, often unknown to Tech pupils, was built
in i865 to house ammunition for the United States Army. Around
the building mounds of dirt were piled for safety in case of an
explosion. To keep the powder dry, the walls were built in two
Now all ROTC members from seven Indianapolis high schools visit the
magazine to be issued their uniforms. Any ROTC supplies needed are
found in this building located far back on the campus.
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Behind the mechanics of daily
routine came the excitement of
discovery - why sodium and
chloride make salt, how to re-
pair an airplane engine, and
what a radical is. Pupils grew
through the exchange of ideas
and the guidance ot teachers.
Left: Susan Cook works in wood in a craft arts class.
Left below: Paul Clod learns the intricates of the transistor radio in
a vocational radio and television class.
Center and right below: Pondering a problem in grammar are Diane
Lowe, Lewis Gibson, Jennifer Hylden, and Scott Smith.
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ented or the merely interested,
Tech offered a multitude of
extra-curricular a c t i v i t i e s
to spotter the background of
classes with animated colors.
Opportunities for self-expres-
sion flourished on the 76-acre
campus as Techites participated
in all-school plays, art competi-
tions, the annual Sketchbook,
athletic contests, speech meets,
and student council.
The Techite, breaking out of
the comfortable walls of de-
tachment into positions of lead-
ership, won the honor and re-
spect of his peers. From the
many problems solved, came
understanding and perception
to face the decisions of the
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The Mardi Gras, Tech's annual money-making proiect, transformed the Boys' Gym into a play-
ground on October 8. Upper left: Slacks and hair rollers symbolized the afternoon work session,
when Techites like Becky Hill decorated the gym for the evening's festivities. Left: Dreaming of
life in the South Seas, Gloria Hackman, yearbook staffer, worked in the Cannon's Hawaiian
Mardi Gras booth. Right: Reigning as queen and king of the Music Department-sponsored event
were Doris Asberry, Orchestra candidate, and Jack Seibert, Boys Concert candidate.
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Left: Whirling on a "Carousel" of fun, these couples
danced away May 7, I966, at the Junior Prom. Center:
Bob Todd practices those sweet notes on the horn to
lead the national anthem at athletic events.
To the freshman gazing
through the Michigan Street-
gate, apprehensive of begin-
ning one of the most important
eras of his life, four years
loomed ahead like an eternity.
When that same gate closed on
the graduates after commence-
ment, he saw those years as a
swiftly passing memory.
During his high school life, he
had striven for recognition in
scholastic, athletic, or personal
achievement. He had added to
the h o n o r s amassed by his
ln facing the problems of ap-
proaching adulthood, he had
sought out companionship to
share the moods, memories,
and hopes for the future with
passing acquaintances and life-
long friends alike.
He had fulfilled his hopes of
success, had become known on
campus, no longer fighting a
world of anonymity. He had
grown as an individual, a vital,
active member of Tech.
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Eleven 1967 seniors fulfilled the dreams of the 1966 Senior Scholar-
ship Committee when they received Scholastic Award Sweaters for academic
-achievements. Those who received the sweaters are Linda Davis, Susan
Newell, Janice Talbert, Linda Downing, Nancee Adams, Cheryl Harding,
Jeffrey Mentis, Anne Stewart, Rita Corrado, Gary Ray, and Jeffrey McAfee.
left across page: Roger Holder gives a campaign speech to become a member of
the SAO Board.
Center: After a summer of study in France, Ain Haas looks wistfully at photographs
Below: Mr, Gaylord Allen and Principal Howard Longshore discuss the high scores
of Jeffrey Mentis and Gary Ray as they progressed 'ro semi'finalist status on the
National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.
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Upper left: With college looming in the immediate future, senior Rita
Corrado studies the prospects of various schools and scholarships in the
Left: Future businessman, Andrew Fletcher Ileftl, spends many hours on his
after-school iob at the Hut.
Above: With the rank of major in the Civil Air Patrol, Fred C. Bonnet
contributes important community service and at the same time samples what
may be his future in military service. Fred is presently state cadet in-
formation officer and cadet commander of Indianapolis Composite Squadron
Prepared by academic class-
es, vocational courses, extra-
curricular activities and the ex-
periences of co-existing with
others, the Techite draws from
the past to prepare for the
Seen from the top of the Ar-
senal Tower, lndianapolis and
the world beyond beckon to
Tech for tomorrow's teachers,
businessmen, secretaries, la-
borers, homemakers, and lead-
ers. A r s e n al Technical High
School always strives to meet
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Proudly displaying Tech's colors and the Ar-
senal building, the Faculty Service Pin recog-
nizes members of the teaching and administra-
tive staff after completion of five years of
service at Tech. At five year intervals different
types of stones are added to the pin. Marking
a ten year period is a pearl, twenty-five
years a bright green stone, and forty years or
retirement a royal blue stone. The service
pin is a tribute to members of the faculty,
symbolic of their hard work and loyalty.
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problems of school. pupil
From the most imposing and tra-
dition-filled building on campus,
Tech's Arsenal, the administration di-
rected the high school's activities. ln
charge of matters of general im-
portance to Tech, the vice-principals
worked u n d e r Principal Howard
Longshore. The directors' iobs were
more specialized with activities rang-
ing from guidance to athletics, while
Tech's counselors provided the link
between the school and its pupils.
Keeping the work coordinated was
the task of the office staff and de-
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Many boys are seen daily by Vice-principal Herman Hinshaw for discipline and counsel.
Tech's Evening School Division, with an en-
rollment of about 3,000, is directed by Vice-
principal James Stewart.
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ABOVE: Vice-principal Kenneth Puckett heads
the finance department and orders all supplies
for teachers and classes.
Below: Vice-principal in charge of teacher and
office personnel, and administrative assistant
to the principal, Odus Landreth is always on
The massive record office, pupil programs and
curriculum keep Robert Belding, new vice-
principal, busy much of the time.
James Borshoff direc
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As the audio-visual director, G. Kenneth Barr
takes care of films, tapes and recorders used
Presentations of awards, scheduling of games,
cheerleader activities, and the "Titan 300"
are the responsibilities of Charles Dagwell,
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Amid piles of books, Miss Mary Garst, Mrs. Dorothy Newcomer and Miss Mariorie Schoch, head Wallace Potter deals with Special Education
librarian, work steadily to keep Tech students informed. and with students with outstanding scholastic
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Although composed of 4800 in-
dividual parts, the student body was
considered one unit by the directors
who were concerned with the gen-
eral functions of the school. Prob-
lems affecting everyone at Tech, from
campus cleaning to the public image
of the school were handled by vari-
ous directors. The directors of student
and athletic-guided pupils' school-
related social life. Evening School
Division served the Tech community
and was led by one of the Arsenal-
based directors. M a n a g i n g the
school's publicity through the Can-
non weekly and yearbook was the
job which fell to the director of
Director of Shops, Buildings, and Grounds lthel
Shoemaker manages maintenance, industrial
shops, and campus beautification.
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Cecil T. Tresslor, director of publications, guides Cannon kiddies' journalistic efforts.
Above: William Lowes in his position of as-
sistant director of Evening School Division aids
James Stewart in conducting night classes. Be-
low: Tech's Diversified Cooperative Education
program is directed by Jack Longshore.
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Above: Howard Caskey is consultant for the
Neighborhood Youth Corps, a program which
enables about 75 Tech pupils to earn school
money working for non-profit organizations.
Below: Robert Meyer, director of student activ-
ities, handles publicity and leads pep-sessions
and other extra-curricular events.
Dean of Boys Donald Daily and his assistant, Mahlon Carlock, are responsible for discipline and
Deans. counselors advise
on present, future plans
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deans and counselors advised pupils
on matters ranging from next year's
classes to discipline and correction.
The adjustment from iunior high
to high school life was the first prob-
lem faced by counselors. Future
plans-whether for higher educa-
tion, military service or a vocation-
and the foundations for these plans
concerned other workers in the guid-
Pupils with attendance or disci-
pline problems were referred to the
dean of boys, the dean of girls, and
their assistants who were in charge
The National Teachers Corps
strove to help Tech pupils with scho-
lastic problems achieve a better
Assisting the dean of boys are -counselors Ivan
Moreman, Ernest Medcalfe, and Howard Catt.
Above-Right: Junior high counselors Floyd
Tobrocke and Ernest Cline advise oncoming
Above: Counseling upperclossmen on their
choice of subjects are Kenneth Bayless, Mrs.
Sarah Hamer, John Hurrle, Richard Shock, Mrs.
Mildred McAfee and Patsy Scott.
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College scholarships, applications, and special
Testing are areas covered by Director of Gui-
dance Gaylord Allen.
A whirlwind of activities surrounds Mrs. Martha Turpin, dean of girls. Counseling girls with
problems and special needs is only one of her many responsibilities. She gives every opportunity
for girls to think through their problems and receive advice according to their abilities. As sponsor
of the Student Affairs Organization, she directs many social events. Mrs. Barbara Dearing serves
as counseling assistant.
Counseling with girls as assistants to Mrs.
Turpin are Sharon Parrett, Judith McBride and
Mrs. Dorothy Stout.
Special classes in mathematics, social studies and biology for slow pupils are offered by the
National Teachers Corps. Seated: Delbert West, director, Martha Nye. Standing: Kelly Christy,
Robert Bowman, George Dickerson.
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Office Staff: Front Row: Mesdames Dorothy Armel, Helen Harvey, Miss
Norma Rodewald, Mesdames Gloria Robbins, Florence Cox, Virginia
Cauble, Ann Loyal, Ruth Berryman. Second Row: Mesdames Patricia
Littell, Elsie Robards, Phyllis Reeves, Rosalynne Yarnell, Rita Tussey,
Louise Creasser, Janice Chadwick, Caroline Hiatt, Edna Ayres, Fannie
ssistants handle clerical chores
Operating a school as large as
Tech was a major undertaking, and
much of the work was done by
office staffs and assistants.
The staffs of day school and Eve-
ning Division handled the clerical
work for over 8000 Tech pupils.
The teacher aides and depart-
mental assistants helped to relieve
the load of paper work on teachers
and department heads.
The Social Service staff aided
needy pupils while the Bookstore
staff helped to keep pupils furnished
with necessary supplies.
Three policemen were assigned to
keep Tech safe for its pupils.
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Above, Bookstore Clerks: Mesdames Frances
Craig, Wilma Durham, LaVerne Stewart. Right:
E. C. Hamilton and Tom Walker, head cus-
Below Departmental Assistants Front Row Mesdames Louise Schneider Jeannette Fields, Gere
trude Russell Betty Rowland Alice Goodwin Second Row Lowell Dont Arthur Cook, Roy Cod-
dington Robert Furry Mrs Gwendolyn Huff Right Campus Police Patrolman Wilbert Gruner, Xgs. if
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Langlotz, Mary Pentecost, Alpha Smith. Second Row: Mesdames Mory
Hoffman, Eileen Thompson.
Below left, Social Service Department--Seated: Mrs. Wilma Sims.
Standing: Miss Frances Eickhoff, Mesdames Kay Sutherlin, Carolyn
Above: The Arsenal tower serves as home base for night school
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Did you know ThoT one Iorge cow,
T2 pounds of governmenT lord, T12
pounds of governmenT flour, 8
pounds of powdered milk, 3 pounds
of sc1IT, 4 pounds of dried eggs, 3
pounds ond 4 ounces of yeosT, ond
9 gcillons of wc1Ter keep The Tech
spiriT olive? The cow is picked from
The crecim of The crop To serve The
Iunching Tifons. In Tod, The Tech
coiTeTerio could be coilled The hcim-
burger hoven of The world.
Through cc1IcuIoTions, The cofeferio
sTc1TT oipproximoTed ThoT Tech sTu-
denTs consume 2,977 hcimburgers in
Tech sTudenTs TeosT upon The TinesT
pure-bred cow on The moirkeT-400
pounds oT iT in 0 doy To be exdcT! IT
is shipped To us in 25 pound bcigs of
hamburger To be mixed wiTh Thou-
sonds of groiins of sc1IT, pepper, ond
monosodium gIuTdmoTe. ATTer The
pciTTies ore cooked, They meeT Their
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poss Through The worming oven,
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Schroder, Norma Smith, Mildred Hutchinson, Esta Parsley, Rosa Stilting,
Mary Osterhout. Second row: Sylvia McDonald, Marie Russell, Leota
Brown, Lillian Klier, Leona Douglas, Lola Moore, Thelma Simpson, Jessie
Elliott, Emmil Primus. Third row: Mesdames Mary Melvin, Martha Cook,
Susie Rost, Margaret Garrison, Opal Sterrett, Dorothy Rosemeyer, Elsie
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Ratliff, Goldie Duffy, Marie Sutton, Elise Sigg, Thelma Garner, Gertrude
Ray, Alberta Harnes, Helen Karnes, Mae Reever, Norma Coffey. Fifth
row: Florence Cameron, Flossie Sanders, Angie Clearwater, Sarah Lau-
bach, Florence Jaus, manager, Gladys Thompson, Fred Chrisler, Mes-
dames Mae Starkey, Emma Bockweg, Lillian Sherwood, Irene Taylor.
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Gertie Ray mixes and shapes the dough for the
buns while Mrs. Marie Sutton weighs it. Mrs.
Mildred Hutchinson then takes the prepared
meat and passes it through the Hollymatic
machine which presses it into patties, The
hamburgers then enter into a stage of "purge
atory", awaiting their fate on the metal
shelves, They again meet their "maker" as
they are passed into the oven for the final
step. Shown removing the meat is Mrs. Helen
Karnes. Top pictures show the students passing
through the lunchline and then sitting down
to enioy a satisfying hamburger. Picture at
direct left shows the final touches being put
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pies to top off the meal.
Looking in on ieachers
The Tech perspective focuses on
doy To doy clossroom procedure-
fhe minutes ond hours of concen-
Trofion, inspirofion, opplicofion onol
frusjrofion thot odd up To educofion.
Left: Preparing an Open House display on Indiana's Sesquicentennial, Mrs. CIapp's English Il class. Right: Studying Mrs. Clapp's display are
Phyllis McCutcheon and Robert Henderson decorate the blackboard in English ll pupils Jgmes Woods' Lee Ellis and Rebecca Hill.
New ideas sharpened the aims of
The English Department.
Through use of the tape recorder,
speech pupils heard clearer speech
patterns, Dramatics and debate
played a malor role in building con-
fidence and skill. Films of Macbeth
offered cultural enrichment to English
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On the practical side, projects en-
Iivened classes. Some pupils made
Christmas cards to soldiers in Viet-
nam. Other potential writers found
self-expression by participating in a
paragraph contest on "English is the
Key to Living."
English Ill, V, and VII classes used
the facilities of the library to pre-
pare research papers.
ln an effort to improve instruction,
teachers participated in a series of
demonstrations on The teaching of
English Department-Front row: Bernice Jones, Jim Beeler, Mesdames
Margaret Hahn, M. Sue Emry, Mildred McAfee, Judith McBride, Mrs.
Barbara Machin, Gertrude lnsley, Robert D. Maloy, Mrs. Mary E. Furry.
Second row: Mrs. Barbara Southwick, Martha Gascho, Hester Anne
Hale, Dale Renault, Tom Danheiser, Mesdames Arvilla Bennett, Linda
Vaughn, Virginia Zimmerman, Jane Ann Lemen, Mrs. Marjorie Garrett.
Third row: Susan Bettis, Mesdames Florence Schnackenberg, Irene
Rhodes, department head, Lionel Porter, Margaret Nessler, Mrs.
Alice C. Goodrum, Robert F. Ford, James H. Mann,' Mrs. Margaret
Clapp. Fourth row: Carol LeVee, Mesdames Joyce A. Hanna, Allie B.
Howe, Paula Knoebelg Emmett F. Hardiman, Lloyd H. Wagner, C. T.
Tresslar, Mrs. Nancy Highley, Margaret Waters, Mesdames Carol Bean,
Left: Celebrating our state's 150th birthday, Miss Insley's English Vlg class prepared booklets to
commemorate famous Indiana authors, Right: Freshman George Myers uses a tape recorder and
overhead projector in Mrs. Hahn's English ls class.
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Upper left: A need for information for a research paper
or a history report sends many Techites thumbing through the
Above: Jay B. Campbell avails himself of library facilities
Left: Making Christmas cards for Vietnam was a project of
Mrs. Webber's English l class.
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With John Stoeckinger as the new depart-
ment head this year, the mathematics classes
continued to modernize. Classes ranging
from General Math I to Analytic Geometry,
Business Math to Astronomy prepared pupils
for college careers or future occupations.
Two-period experimental classes in Alge-
bra I were introduced in an ettort to better
prepare pupils for Algebra ll.
Upper left: Compass, book, slide rule and
ruler represent mathematical problems. Upper
right: Trigonometry students, Louis Clark and
David Gross survey the height of the smoke-
stack. Right: Geometry II presents brain-tease
ing wonders for Richard Scott in Mr, Wheeler's
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Robinson, Dale W. Sare, Richard Glover, Harold S. Brown. Second row: Maurice Kriese, Ronald Ireland, J. H. Stoecinger, department head,
Mildred Corrie, W. W. Welch, C. H. Corbin, Phyllis A. Simmons, Betty Rowland Leverenz, Richard O. Shock, Mrs, Marion Strickland,
Left: "Ge-ometry's no problem" . . . "That's
funny!" . . . "What's your angle?" seem to
be the three sides of the question as others
study in Mr. Wheeler's Geometry II class.
Above: James Ennis expounds on steps in
solving angle problems as Mr. Kriese and the
Applied Math class listen.
Linguists 'go places'
even staging at home
Sprinklings of different dialects
and accents pattered Through The
corridors of The Tech Foreign Lan-
guage DeparTmenT as pupils goT ac-
quainted with new equipment. PorT-
able headsets in regular classrooms
were a new device for students of
French, Spanish, and German. Class-
es prepared The pupils for funda-
mental work in grammar and con-
versation and Then advanced inTo
literature. Latin also offered basic
Mr. Chomar acquaints his Spanish class with
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a daily life situation in Miss Harvey's German ll class. Top at center: University Foreign Language Department Honors Abroad Program.
Cheryl Harding, dressed in Mexican garb, models the souvenir clothing
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tories, students are aided in pronunciation and
oral comprehension, while Mrs. Bedell and as-
sistant Ain Haas look on.
Wei Above right: In Mrs. Zimmerman's Latin I class,
' the tape recorder brings the students their
own voices as they listen to selected readings.
Left: Spanish students use a mobile laboratory
with wireless headphones and a recorder in
Below left: Ain Haas reads a French exercise
in a classroom laboratory.
Foreign Language Department-Seated Serine Fine, Rita Sheridan, department head, Mrs. Mary
Bedell. Standing: Orlando Chomar, Constance Harvey, Mesdames Susanna Underwood, Maria
Lagadon, Virginia Zimmerman.
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Forrest, R. Caldwell, Mrs. Claudia O. Clark, Bruce McGeath, Lisa Schulte, Meyer, John Miner, Delbert West Fourth row Wesley Murphy Leonard
Frances Lyons. Second row: Karl Schneider, Josephine Graf, Dean Jeffers, William Kimberlin Clyde Smith Jr Lloyd Wagner
Carbone, Mrs. Martha Bradshaw, John Kanouse. Third row: Ebert W.
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Above: Pupils in Rita Sheridan's Latin American History class learn about life south of the border,
and look the part. Posing in native costumes are: Linda Hill wearing a rebozo from Mexico, Glenn
Collins wearing a gorrita lcapl and chompa lsweaterl from Peru, Cheryl Harding in native fiesta
dress from Honduras, Larry Briles with u Mexican serape, and Glenn Crawford in gorrita 'and
chompa. The Latin American History class is one of two in the United States taught at the high
school level in the Spanish language.
Across pager-Above: Ron Brenner points out pre-election slogans in a mock campaign booth
reminiscent of political rallies a half century ago.
Below: For a brief moment Sherry Burks looks from her United States history book to think about
what she is reading.
Classes span continents. centuries
A state-required pre-election unit
was stressed this year by the Social
Studies Department, and Tech history
pupils participated in many election
activities. Typical campaign displays
with posters and pamphlets were set
up in Treadwell Hall. Some pupils
conducted voter surveys while others
worked at the polls in their precincts.
Mock ballots were taken to preview
election night results.
Throughout election week, history
classes received an intensive course
on the democratic system with em-
phasis on political leaders of looth
parties at the national, state, and
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The renovaTion of The Barn, pre-
paring iT Tor scienTiTic use, conTinued
To be The big proiecT Tor The Biologi-
cal Science DeparTmenT. The animal
room in The basemenT was equipped
by building Trades classes which de-
veloped The venTilaTing and plumb-
A culTure room Tor lower planTs
and animals was developed To make
The sTudy of proTozoa and algae
possible. Higher planTs were sTudied
in The greenhouse. New demonsTra-
Tion desks, Tile Tloors, and TlourescenT
lighTs were insTalled.
OTher new equipmenT included a
bacTeriology microscope, an over-
head proiecTor and duplicaTe models
Campus maintenance becomes a pracfical phase
of Mr. Kendrick's landscaping class Tor Mike
Eubanks as he goes abouT The iob of Tall
Center above: The fate of This frog is in The hands of The sTudenT as she The wonder of 'Efe is epiTomized in one cell. Accordingly, Newman
sTudies iTs anatomical construcfion. Debra Jefferson performs The surgery. Monfgomery conTronTs The familiar and The unknown as he dissecfs an
egg in biology class.
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Arthur Kirsch, David Hon, John Wythe, Mrs. Mercedes Guess. Second
row: William M. Johnson, Scott McCoy, G. Kenneth Barr, Garlan W.
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head. Third row: Ray Reed, M. Ward Whalin, John W. Kendrick,
Michael Simmons, Robert F. Collins, Howard L. Cook.
Above: Looking into a microscope without squinting is a technique
recently mastered by Steven Campbell.
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E. Beeson, Mrs. Pauline Caldwell, Leo Deming, Louis D. Allen, depart- Mqy, William R, Hawley, Richgrd B, Dykemgr-l,
ment head. Second row: John Kern, John R. Kasting, William Tozer,
xplore laser beam
General science, earth science,
chemistry, and physics were taught
to the l,OOO pupils enrolled in the
Physical Science Department.
The department was proud ot the
addition ot a new piece of electronic
equipment, a laser. Tech thus be-
came one ot a tew privileged high
schools to own one. The device, a
model of the machine used to
bounce light beams oft the moon,
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Advanced Physics for grading and
diffraction of light rays.
Mr. Beeson and Mr. Tozer con-
ducted experiments to explore its
possibilities. Further discussion is
given on page 39.
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examined minerals and compared their respec-
tive weights. At the microscope is Jim Os-
borne. Across the table are Donna Green and
Mary Franklin. Working on the writeups is
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Above: The process of making iodine in a test
tube and of writing the experiment is accom-
plished by Dale Grady and Ron Foster in Mr.
Beeson's Chemistry ll class.
Left: In Mr. Beeson's Chemistry Il class, Jerry
Bean tests for water hardness and calculates
the effectiveness of methods of softening it.
Below: In Mrs. Caldwell's Physics I class, Ron
Rady calculates the efficiency of various pulley
systems. William Watson is shown in the back-
When mother and father were
younger, they went to the movies to
see their hero, Flash Gordon, pos-
sessor of a disintegrator. Then, space
travel and ray guns were dreams of
man's mind, today they are reality.
The disintegrating gun of today is
an electronic device called a laser.
By means of ruby rods and flash
tubes or gas, it produces a beam of
coherent light of one frequency, that
is, one whose waves are in phase
with one another. Now in the ex-
perimental stage, the laser will be
put to many practical and scientific
uses. One of these is the making of
holograms. lA hologram negative
made the picture shown below.l
Op art? No, the whorls, blobs and specks
shown below are a photograph printed from
a photograph negative, but different from other
negatives because the picture was not taken
with a camera. Instead, in a dark room the
film was exposed to a laser beam in a project
under the direction of Mr. Beeson, and the
result was the hologram negative used to make
the positive print shown here. In actual use
the laser would be proiected through the
negative and would result in an actual 3-D
image in space, not a picture on a plane. Only
the negative has the odd op-art appearance.
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With pride, girls in Mrs. Holtzclaw's Clothing V class model the garments they have completed.
They are: Anna Reed, Rebecca Laing, Bonnie Green, Brenda Perry, Peggy Phillips.
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Above: Karen Spaw, Teresa White, and Mary Bryant model their handiwork in Mrs. Wignall's
Clothing lll class. Right: In Clothing Ill class Lillian Sanders watches Vickie Morris and Patricia
Huddleston at sewing machines.
"Home Economics Adds Up To"
. . . was the theme of the Home Eco-
nomics Department this year. To
finish this sentence, various courses
were offered. In clothing classes girls
learned to design and choose clothes
best suited for them. Cosmetology
taught make-up and hairstyles as a
part of good grooming. Young
cooks concocted everything from to
snacks, to full course dinners. Milli-
nery classes created headwear and
stuffed animals. Seniors learned of
the problems of married lite in tami-
ly living classes.
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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT-Front Row: Mrs. Ruth Stafford, Miss Frances Smith, Mesdames
Mildred Wallace, Nancy Gillette, Judy Flesher, Florence Boots. Second Row: Mesdames Elva Wig-
nall, Mariorie McCutcheon, Mildred Eccleston, Natalie Ransom, Marian Holly, Marian Moore.
Third Row: Mrs. Ruth Metcalf, Miss Marguerite Hardy, Mesdames Elizabeth Holtsclaw, Janiece
I Young, Wyolene Cody, Miss Hilda Kreft, department head.
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ton, Ozzie Banks and Marie Louise Kemp, good
things emerge from the oven in Foods lc and
llc classes. Center across page: Jacqueline
Casey cuts a garment in Clothing lll class with
Patricia Huddleston and Mary Jekel. Left
above: Thomas Wilkerson inspects equipment
in a commercial foods class taught by Mrs.
Stafford. Above: Peggy Jones learns kitchen
procedure in a foods class. Left: Kathy Richards
enjoys a shampoo by one of her classmates
in Mrs. Young's cosmetology class.
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Students di plag business skills
To keep up with the demands of
the business world for trained
typists, bookkeepers, clerical work-
ers, secretaries, and key punch op-
erators, the Tech Business Education
Department, headed by Miss Mona
W o o d a r d, offers "job-training
courses in those skills that add up to
Outstanding pupils qualified for
awards in typewriting at 30 words
per minute, shorthand at 60 words
per minute, and in filing. The out-
standing senior business maior was
presented the F. H. Gillespie Award
at Supreme Day. ln addition to a
vocational certificate in bookkeep-
ing and secretarial training, plans
were made to offer certificates in
data processing in the near future.
This year five teachers were added
to the staff.
Top left: ln an advanced business education
class, Carol Gregory types using her shorthand
Top right: No errors? Leota Tex looks over
Center right: ln Tabular Equipment class stu-
dents study the intricacies of their equipment.
Judy Story and Carol Hicks work together.
Right: In Tabular Equipment class lforegroundl
are Perry Office, Chuck Schuster, Ronnie Mas-
sey, Sue Sprinkle, Judy Johnson and Mary E.
Collins. Among Tabular Equipment pupils some
come to Tech for part of the day from other
Business Education Department-Front row: Margaret Peterson, Alice Kenneth M. Bayless, Mona Woodward, department head, Mrs. Gwen
M. Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Deborah Swager. Second row: Ohmit, Lois Sink. Fourth row: Mrs. Phyllis Bryant, M. Turpin Davis,
Mesdames Ester Carpenter, Mariorie Parker, Lois Smith, Velma Edwards, William N. Guess, John Wiggins, Mrs. Lois Frye, J. C. Harger, Mrs.
Edna L. Maley. Third row: Mrs. Sarah F. Hamer, Joyce L. Freeman, Anne L. Wilson.
Left above: Gloria Hackman learns the techniques of modern business
in a data processing class. Center: Darlene Roberts builds up typing
and transcription skill. Above: Mattie Irons analyzes a record in data
processing. Left: Joyce Baker and Carolyn Bunnell operate modern
equipment in key punch class.
Special events of The Music De-
partment's year included the arrival
of new band uniforms and The
presentation of Amchl and the Night
After years of untiring efforts and
great anticipation, Tech band mem-
bers received new uniforms. Faces lit
up with broad smiles as The bright,
new outfits were unpacked in Time
for football games and parades.
Something new and different hap-
pened at this year's Christmas as-
sembly. Amahl and the Night Vis-
itors provided Techites with a new
view of the many assets of the
Special training in music theory
and directing gave interested stu-
dents a chance to broaden their
opera make music news
The great day arrives! Rod Lewis and Lewis
Clark carry boxes of band uniforms from the
receiving department to the band room.
Chris Petree proudly examines her new drum
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Above right: Mrs. Fanning and Mrs. Safman
take girls' chorus classes on a tour of the
campus singing Christmas carols.
Music Department-Front row: Mrs. Sandra Fanning, William Moon, department head, Mrs. Phyllis
Safman. Second row: John White, Richard Orton, Robert Simpson, Raymond Brandes.
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hung for the very first time.
Left: Dennis Alexander, Chris Sipf, and Jeff McAfee stand dressed in
their grand robes portraying the kings in the production of Amnhl and
the Night Visitors.
Mr. Phillip Quillin displays one of the department's newest assets, a
master recorder which shows the students' reactions to driving situations.
Miss Anna Parker instructs Roger Willey and Margaret Reecer in one of
Tech's sight-saving classes. Tech is the only high school in the city with
this type of aid program.
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Patsy L. Scott, Shirley Parrett, Mrs. Mary Lou Manka, Sharon Parrett, department head, Paul E. Meyers. Fourth row: Bruce C. Gale, Charles
Mrs. Mildred A. Johnston. Second row: Howard J. Catt, Carlos L. Bell, Dagwell, athletic director, Ivan Moreman, John Hurrle, Ernest Cline.
Melvin L. Bowers, Robert Woodard, James L. Hill. Third row: John
Inside The driver education Trailer, The pupils of Mr. Quillin's class receive Training as if in individual cars.
Healih classes meei varied needs
The dream of becoming a driver turns To realiTy as Donald FousT learns The skills needed in The
driver education Trailer.
Plush louckeT seaTs and modern
"select-shifT" Transmission made a
descripTion of The new driver edu-
caTion Trailer in The HealTh and
Physical E d u c a T i o n DeparTmenT
sound like an adverTisemenT for a
Replacing an older model, The
new faciliTy auTomaTically indicafed
errors as They occurred To make pos-
sible immecliaTe correcTion. lm-
provemenTs were made in The seaT-
ing arrangemenT so ThaT The 12
pupils could have a beTTer view of
The screen. The new movie proiecTor
simulaTed driving siTuaTions To TesT
pupil reacTions which were regis-
Tered on The insTrumenT panel.
Also included in The Healfh and
Physical Educafion DeparTmenT were
gym classes for girls and boys, class-
es in alcohol educafion, and special
sighT-saving classes for The visually
Minnie McCurry polishes a piece of iewelry in a lapidary proiecf,
Drucilla Ccmpbell's nimble fingers shape a
Reflection or likeness? Vicci Nahas models a self portrait in a sculpture class. I I Iq ' CI- I - I
Harold Jiles puts the finishing Touches on an
oil painting in one of Miss Phemisrer's ad-
vanced art classes.
paper ange or a C risfmas isp ay in a cass
Taughf by Miss Phemister.
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in iewelry making.
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Schneider, assistant. Second row: Kermit Swenson, department head, David Scudder, Edward Ring,
Michael Slover, Charles Glore.
trg 'new' department
New was the word for the Art De-
partment with a new assistant, three
new teachers, and Kermit Swenson
beginning his tirst year as head of
The acquisition of T7 paintings
gave a new look to the Robert Craig
Found in the basement of the Ar-
senal last summer, a painting, The
Arsenal Bell was restored by Oakley
Richey, retired Art Department head,
and was displayed in the east end ot
the Arsenal. The oil painting was
done by Otto Starks, former Tech
teacher in l9l4.
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Auto Trades Department-Front row: Oral E. Henderson, Sam Dudlowski, department head, Jim
Thompson, Byron McColly. Second row: Stephen Behlmer, Fred Mayer, Doug Thompson, Robert
Cooke, William Tremp. Third row: J. R. Furry, Dale Herrington, Lewis Pence, William Berger. Not
pictured: Donald Miller.
Auto mechanics put
wheels in their heads
Most teen-age boys are fascinated
by cars and their mechanics. The
Auto Trades Department offered a
chance to learn more about the fas-
cinating subject, and 800 boys were
enrolled in auto mechanics and auto
body. Actual work on cars gave
pupils an insight into iobs as auto
mechanics, specialty mechanics, shop
foremen or parts managers. This
year the department acquired new
automatic transmission equipment.
Aviation mechanics also was in-
cluded in the curriculum.
Left: James Young takes notes while Harry Todd and Gerald Ledford start on the big iob of getting
on airplane off the ground, with some vital assistance from James Graves.
Top Left: Michael Lockhart pulls a motor in
the process of overhauling.
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Top left: Joseph Russell watches the photographer as
Gerald Smith, Richard Spann and David Campbell in-
dustriously work at grinding wheel hubs and putting in
Above: Robert L. Jackson, Michael P. Long, and Lemont C.
Purvis are in the act of doing a little paint up, fix up, clean
up on a car body in sore need of "medical" attention.
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Ronnie W. Romans and William H. Woo sand out a rough spot
on o car body before spray painting.
Roy Eugene Reynolds and Robert Lee Kemper carefully go about
the iob of remounting the engine of the airplane which they are
Drafting. printing offer
training for skilled jobs
With the addition of Electron II,
the Tech Printing Department, the
largest of its kind in Indiana,
also becomes the most modern. Only
one other high school in the country
uses this most advanced linotype
Printing pupils must have a basic
knowledge of physics, chemistry,
math, art and design. After about
two years of study, the pupils are al-
lowed to run the entire print shop
and develop qualities of leadership,
initiative, and responsibility.
Printing has so many varied fields
that innumerable iob opportunities
are available for Tech pupils upon
Pupils enrolled in the Drafting De-
partment learn that drafting has
played an important part in bringing
many ideas into reality. With courses
ranging from mechanical drawing to
advanced drafting, the pupils pro-
iect themselves and learn from prac-
Starting the semester with an en-
rollment of 700, teachers and de-
partment heads began a remodeling
program, installing new and more
advanced equipment including the
Vemco V-track drafting machine.
One class proiect was a home de-
velopment plan where the pupils
plotted the roads and designed and
positioned the houses.
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Mark McCarty and Stephen Brown, linotype
students, inspect the Arsenal Cannon weekly
at the offset press.
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mon, looking like professionals, prepare the
Kluge Automatic Press for operation. Above:
Ray and William are seen close-up at the
Klugge Press. Left: Jeff Zander, Damon Davis,
and Robert Walker become familiar with the
operation of the 500 Davidson Press.
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Floyd Billington, Harold Deem, Samuel Skomp.
Drafting Department--Front row: Harold Elliott, department head, Samuel Skomp. Second row:
Stephen Behlmer, John Williams, Burney Jackson, Floyd Tobrocke, Carl Meditch.
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drafting equipment while Mr. Elliott confers
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Roger Collins concentrates on a project in drafting. TOP len? Jeff Zcndef Gnd Ronald Bake' Opemle
punch and binding equipment in the Printshop.
Future builders learn problems of trade
The Building Trades Department is
important to over 500 students. It
operates with seven teachers, teach-
ing thirty-nine classes a day in car-
pentry, cabinet making, plumbing,
masonry, painting and decorating.
The students work two or four
periods a day. Not only did the boys
prepare for the future, but they did
iobs of present importance such as
putting in sidewalks, finishing cabi-
nets, applying e x t e r i o r finishes,
painting classrooms, and installing
drainage systems in order to im-
prove and beautify the Tech campus.
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Left above: Not a watch band or slices of
toast, but stacks of stepping stones made and
sold by Cement Shop boys, intrigue the Can-
Left: Richard Johnson, Fred Carpenter and Jerry
Steffey in Mr. Oscarson's Carpentry I class
literally raise the rafters in a construction pro-
lAbove: Charles Taylor refinishes a table in Mr.
Hylton's painting and decorating class.
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Building Trades Department-Front row: Paul M. Vogt, Paul E, Oscarson, Morris O. Woods, depart-
ment head, Howell E. Beall. Second row: Charles Kocher, John Obst, Ernest H. Holmes, Phillip
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dan and Patrick Blue learn to cut, paste and
hang wallpaper in painting and decorating
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struction outside the Driver Education Trailer,
Lonnell Rogers, John Nevins and Robert Senour
gain practical experience in Mr. Kocher's ma-
sonry class. Above: After the job is finished,
Thomas Eckerty, Cornelius Bullock and James
Stevenson clean the cement mixer.
Metal trades pupil
cast lot in industrg
Without trained workers in the
five maior fields of metal trades,
space capsules, automobiles, and
vacuum sweepers would be non-
The Tech Metal Trades Depart-
ment classes in pattern making,
sheet metal, welding, foundry and
machine shop used new machinery
recently installed to keep methods
and techniques up-to-date.
The demand for metal workers
has tripled in the last few years,
salaries are high and are continuing
to rise, according to Norman Brinker,
Right: Joe Jacobs, observes safety precautions
as he turns a pattern for a metal base.
Below: Patternmaking involves various pro-
cesses as demonstrated by Larry Martin, band-
saw, Raymond Mosley, metal lathe, Ernie Lynn,
wood lathe, Joe Jacobs, wood lathe, James
Franklin, and Byron King, sanclers.
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Metal Trades Department--Front row: John C. Hill Jr., William Johnson, Norman Brinker, depart
ment head. Second row: Verl Whetstine, Emanuel Cruser, William Sharp.
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Above: Working their wood into shape by sanding and planing, pattern making pupils
are James Mitchell, Lawrence Echols, Russel Anderson, Lloyd Williams.
Across page-center: ln their foundry class, Gregory Swonigan and King Johnson pour
Far left, top, across page: Jerry E. Owsley, Charles G. Walters, and Tommie Jones look
like men from Mars as they do a welding project in Mr. Cruser's class.
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Albert Blair watches employee Maryellen Sum
mers on a recent visit to the Bell Telephone
Company by the Radio and TV Vlll class.
Watts going on in electrical shop?
Edmond Davis efficiently adjusts a motor
Did you ever stop to think that
maybe the men who repair your
radio or television set were gradu-
ates of Tech's E I e ctr i c al Trades
This is only one ot the four basic
areas ot vocational and technical
training. The radio and TV course
prepared the student tor entry into
this service trade. Refrigeration pre-
pared the student for a iob in the
area ot domestic or commercial re-
frigeration and air conditioning, and
electricity prepared him tor electrical
construction and industrial p l a nt
electrical maintenance. Electronics, a
new program started this year,
covered the basic electronic circuits
and their testing procedures which
are used for a multiplicity of appli-
cations in commercial, industrial,
and domestic equipment.
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Dan Bowers is shown above working with the many complications of the television in his electronics
class taught by Mr. Gilliland.
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Stewart, Lewis A. Marshall, department head.
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James Willner reconstructs the internal parts
of an electric motor.
Power supply and audio amplifiers attract the
attention of Brad Rotert, Doug Hamilton, Wes-
ley Grimes, and Ronnie Marsden in their
Far left: Robert Cosby, Charles Garnett, and
Bruce Canedy inspect new air conditioning
Across page-center: Busy hands learn the
trade by daily experience.
Left: William Gouge operates the controls in
Stuart Tower, relying on training received in
ROTC Officers-Front row: Mai. Michael Moran, Capt. William Lane, lst Lt. Robert Spencer.
Second row: lst Lt. James Hylton, lst Lt. James Mullis,, lst l.t. Robert Hirschy. Third row: lst
Lt. George Wilson, Capt. Myron Rance, lst Lt. Joseph Mills. Fourth row: lst Lt. Joseph Matlock,
lst Lt. Russell Eavey, lst Lt. Ronald Bradley. Fifth row: lst Lt. Steven Grimes, Capt. Hans Sigg.
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Color Guard-Sfc. Alfred Ford, 2nd Lt. Michael
Wilson, 2nd Lt. Daniel Combs, S!Sgt. Joseph
Tech's Reserve Officer Training
Corps practiced military life and par-
ticipated in many drill and rifle
meets. The Drill Team started the
year by winning the October City
New capes and hats were pur-
chased for the fifteen ROTC sponsors
who made their own white A-line
Leff across page: The cenTury old Barracks
provides housing Tor The ROTC classes.
Righi below: Tech ROTC CadeTs march down-
Town in The VeTerans' Day parade.
This year's corps worked To maTch
The record seT by The T965-66 group
ThaT won The Trophy for The ouT-
sTanolihg cadeT corps in The ciTy. Ma-
ior Charles Bussey, PMS of The ln-
dianapolis ROTC sysTem, iudgeol and
awarded The group The 38Th Division
and The SAI Trophies.
Federal inspecTion was held in
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ROTC Sponsors-FronT row: 2nd LT. Linda Hodges, CapT. Hallie Williams, 2nd LT. Linda ArneTT.
Second row: CapTs. Paulette Suggs, Marcia Monfgomery, 2nd LT. Marcia Allen. Third row: CapT.
Diane RoberTs, 2nd LTs. Kay Harrison, Neifa Waldo. Fourth row: CapTs. Susan Newell, Linda
Downing, Marilyn Lucas. Fifth row: 2nd LT. Linda Herman, Capf. Anne STewarT, 2nd LT. Donna
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DRILL TEAM-Front row: Hon. Capt. Marcia Montgomery, Pvts. Terry Bow-
man, George Armstrong, lst Lt. George Wilson, Comdr. Second row: Hon.
Capt. Paulette Suggs, 2nd Lt. Daniel Combs, Sgt. Allen Irving, Sfc Harry
Todd, 2nd Lt. Elmer Kurbursky. Third row: Hon. Capt. Dianna Roberts, 2nd
Lt. Michael Wilson, S!Sgts. Joseph Quintana, John Tilford, lst Lt. Robert
Hirschy. Fourth row: Hon. 2nd Lt. Donna Blount, lst Lt. James Hylton, Stc.
Alfred Ford, S!Sgts. Jerry Debow, Ronald Fagan.
Tech cadets relax after engaging in a drill team match on Saturday morning.
ROTC Stuff-Sfc. Robert Martin, Mrs. Verda Allee, MfSgt. Thomas
Dawson, Sfc. Charles Rieves.
Top: John Rouse represents the ROTC Rifle Team at practice
in the basement of the Barracks.
Above: Rifle Team-Front raw: 2nd Lt. Neita Waldo, Capts.
Hallie Williams, Linda Downing, Paulette Suggs, 2nd Lt. Linda
Hodges. Second row: Sgt. Steve Taylor, Cpl. Michael Luke,
Capt. Hans Sigg, S!Sgt. John Rouse, lst Lt. Robert Spencer.
The Boys Gym obounded in Tech-
iTes ond Tun oT The onnuol Mcirdi
Gros, sponsored by The Music De-
porTmenT on OcTober 8. MosT Tech
clubs operoTed booThs ond oTTered
everyThing in Tood from cider ond
doughnuTs To coke ond pizzoi ond
everyThing in Tun Trom TurTle roces
To "Mud in Your Eye." OrgonizoTions
eorned money for TuTure proiecTs
while members proTiTed in Tun ond
Top: The ponoromic view of The Mordi Gros is dominofed by The popcorn booTh of The
Girls Ensemble. Above: The cheerleaders and moioreTTes moke cn big hit wiTh The crowd os Jill
ArmsTrong demonsTroTes. Leff above: Y-Teens provide fun for all comers. Left below: Colvin
HcirdesTy is "iT" in The Boys OcTeTTe booth.
left: Techites win stuffed toys at the Natural
Science Club booth, being decorated by Susan
Davis. For left: Key Club members sponsor a
slot car race on the stage. For left below:
Letterman Mike Hickey puts up the net for
the basketball throw. Middle: The Melodayres'
"Mad Store" offers a variety of "white ele-
phants" for sale. Below: lris Williams and
Becky Hill work in the cheerleader booth. Bot-
tom: "Batman and Robin Meet the Riddler
and Cat Woman" is presented by Drama-
Speech Club starring Marty Bottoms, Steve
Meid, Jim Sutton and Bobby Carnal.
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Pamela Hedrick, Kathleen Karol, Second row: Mrs. Doris Webber, sponsor, Marty Bottoms, Steve
Meid, Jeffrey Oliveira, vice-president, Linda Herman. Third row: William Barton, David Griffin,
George Eads, secretary-treasurer-clerk, Joseph Eads, James Sutton.
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the Drama-Speech Club this year.
Original one-act plays earned money
for the club at Mardi-Gras, but the
major production of the year was
the all-school play, Tom Jones, pre-
sented November T8 and l9. ln a
later production, members assumed
the roles of such famous characters
as Scrooge and Tiny Tim in Dickens'
A Christmas Carol. Deadeye Dick
was planned for the spring play. A
Christmas party and spring picnics
rounded out the club's activities.
Pupils who excelled joined the Na-
tional Thespian Society.
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Rachelle A. Lee, Cindy Lewis, Kathleen Karol, vice-president, Mary Ann
Burns, Pamela Hedrick, Bridgette Ward, Linda Chronis, Patsy Ransom,
Margaret Martindale, Mrs. Doris Webber, sponsor. Second row: Judy
Armour, Gary Wright, Linda Cornett, Linda Quackenbush, Carol Mitchell,
Paula Rowing, Peggy Cornett, Larry Borden, Donald Brown, Jan Heather-
ly, Annetta Parnell, Harriet L. Gooch. Third row: Cora L. Brown, Linda
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Herman, Carline Arnold, Susan Powell, Marty Bottoms, Ross A. McCor-
mick, Lois Barley, Dave Black, Nancy Adams, Lee Ann Eads, Steve
Patterson, Mary Loudermilk, secretary, Rochelle Lee. Fourth row: Mattie
Martindale, Steve Meid, president, Jeffrey Oliveira, Gary Arnold, Betty
Stockton, Bill Dyke, William Barton, Bradley Byrd, George Eads, David
Griffin, Joseph Eads, James Sutton, Marvin Miller, Betty Beverly.
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An appreciative audience applauds The cast of Tom Jones. Shown on Linda Cornelf, Sieve Patterson, Larry Borden, Steve Meid, Bradley Byrd,
stage are George Eads, Jeffrey Oliveira, Carline Arnold, Kathy Capshaw, Eric Boofhe, David Griffin, Nancy Adams, Lee Ann Eads, Pamela Hedrick.
Pai Frazier, Sylvia Milam, Annelfa Parnell, Linda Herman, Jimmy Sutton, Noi shown are William Barton, Bill Dyke, Beverly Tunstall, Gary Wrighi,
Above: Supersalesman Jeffrey Oliveira sells
Mr. Western lGeorge Eadsl a Ticket to his own
performance in Tom Jones. Below: Linda and
Sieve rehearse Their roles. ,
Across page, left: Steve Patferson and Linda Cornett put some feeling into their Tom Jones roles.
Righi: Sieve and Jim Sutton duel over The aifenlions of a fair lady. Above: The lovers in Tom Jones
experience a 'render moment.
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National Forensic League-Front row: Lillie Mae Cross, Kathleen Karol, vice-president, Linda Herman,
Mary Loudermilk, Pamela Hedrick, president: Susan Powell. Second row: Mrs. Linda Vaughn, spon-
sor, Jeffrey F. Oliveira, Nancee Adams, secretary, George Eads, William Barton, Bob lngels, Mar-
garet R. Nessler, sponsor.
"Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow,
nor dark of night . . This saying
could well be the motto of Tech's
speech and debate teams. Under the
guidance of Mrs. Linda Vaughn and
Miss Margaret Nessler, team mem-
bers braved all seasons to get to
their appointed rounds on time.
On Saturdays from October to
February, speakers and debaters
rose as early as four in the morning
to get to meets all over the state.
Members traveled to New Castle,
Kokomo, Marion, Muncie, Lafayette,
and Logansport, as well as to schools
Speech Team-Front row: Jeanie Kinney, Kathleen Karol, vice-presi-
dent, William Buckley, Susan Powell, George Armstrong, Dawn Tolen,
Linda Kay Cornett. Second row: Gary Wright, Linda Herman, Gregory
Porter, Lee Ann Eads, Larry Peters, Marty Bottoms, Pamela Hedrick,
Mrs. Linda Vaughn, sponsor. Third row: Mary Loudermilk, Bob lngels,
Bill Dyke, George Eads, Glenn Rufus Collins, Nancee Adams, Jeffrey
Above: Nancee Adams, veteran of half a
dozen school plays, practices a dramatic tech-
nique. Left: Their skill in debating the con-
troversial issue, should United States foreign
aid be limited to non-military assistance, won
Pamela Hedrick, Robert lngels, Paul Keefe,
and Mike Trittipo the third-place trophy at the
Marion High School Invitational Debate.
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in Indianapolis, to compete with
other Hoosier pupils.
Speech and debate meant more
than lust rounds of dramatic, humor-
ous, or poetic presentation. The ex-
perience introduced members to new
friends and gave them many mem-
ories. There was the day three team
members won first places. There was
the "over-night" when half the time
was spent in talk and the other half
in nervous agitation. The elements
of suspense and s u c c e s s made
speech work rewa rding to its
Kathy Karol gives an award-winning smile at
the conclusion of a humorous presentation.
Participating in a humorous interpretation at a speech meet are Gregg
Porter and Patsy Ransom.
In the 'I966-67 season the Speech Team won several awards, among
them three first place ribbons shown above. Also shown are Debate
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Cornelia Oates, Pamela Hedrick, Cynthia Kern. Second row: Mary J. Loudermilk, Jeffrey F. Oliveira
vice-president, Isaiah Stansberry, Joseph N. Eads, William Barton, Bob lngels, captain, Larry Borden
Paul Keefe not pictured.
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Jack A. King Jr., Judith Story, Rebecca Griffith, Suzan Kirby, Kathleen
Karol. Second row: Bernice Jones, adviser, Bruce Lambert, David Black,
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Paul Terry, John Hilton, James Jacobs, Tom Mattingly, Carl Pearson
Ronald Brenner, Gary Rott.
Proving outstanding ability at the
Indiana University High School Jour-
nalism lnstitute during the summer of
1966, Gary Rott, staff photographer,
and Linda Herman, copy editor, won
gold medal first-place awards.
Right: Ronald Brenner, staff photographer
does some photo editing for the yearbook
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Editor-in-chief, first semester
Yearbook staffers didn't get time
cmd a half for overtime, but they did
realize their ambition of seeing ideas
take tangible form in the 1967 year-
book. Working with adviser Miss
Jones, copywriters, photographers,
and editors contributed their talents
and kept Room 638 busy, often after
school hours. Representing 4800 pu-
pils, the staffers have tried to cap-
ture in pictures and copy, a close-up
of Tech life, 1967.
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Above: Judith Story, Linda Monroe assistant
senior editors, first semester. Linda, senior edi-
tor, second semester. Left: Suzan Kirby, se-
nior editor, second semester.
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Yearbook staffers who entered the second
semester: Front row: Barry Wand, Joe Ecl-
wards, Margaret Godwin. Second row: Ivan
Chrsitensen, Tim Wand, Larry Pryor. Donna
Hartle, not pictured.
Editor in chief Ednor ln Chlef Copy editor
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James Jacobs inspects his new cannon sweat
er, iust presented by Principal Longshore who
chats with Alumni president,
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producing Cannon weeklg
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wall says ll:O7. Page three is due
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written, the lead story has been mis-
placed, andthe page editor discovers
a glaring 7-inch hole in the page
dummy that must be filled.
T lt is now what Teamwork pays off,
in N . as Three Cannon "kiddies" set about
I r V y cr sw' scribbling headline possibilities on
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V? E X .T X T A MSM to fill the 7-inch hole. A student
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Ihyl yzzz ,Za I 'llil arms. This is the scene during a nor-
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Keeping Cannon wheels rolling are Mrs. Betty
Rowland, secretary, Cecil T. Tresslar, director
of publications, Bernice Jones, yearbook ad-
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Cannon Weekly Staff-Front row: Rita Corrado, Brendanna Grundy,
reporters, Mary P. Collins, cartoonist, Necia Wells, reporter, Phyllis
Marks, Typist, Sandra McFarland, agent, Linda Arnett, Frances Bender,
reporters. Second row: Kay Harrison, reporter, Pam Hedrick, assistant
page 3 editor, Mary Jean Moore, Dennis lngle, Cornelia Oates, re-
porters, Beverly Jones, typist, Susan Powell, Marilyn Maxwell, reporters.
Third row: Janice Talbert, page 2 editor, Susan Newell, associate editor,
Sharon Smith, copy assistant, Nancy Adams, chief copy editor, Mary
Loudermilk, page 3 editor, Linda lngle, Phil Appleman, reporters. Fourth
row: Danny Doan, sports' editor, Steve Ferguson, Jim Griffin, reporters,
Jim Ennis, agent, Steve Grimes, assistant sports editor, William Bar-
ton, reporter, William Gouge, Jeffrey F. Oliveira, photographers.
Spelunking Techites go 'bat-tg'
For setting up an organized func-
tioning body of active high school
s t u d e nts, the prerequisites are
simple. The activity must be enter-
taining, it must have educational
qualities in keeping with the goals
of the school, it shoud be helpful in
the student's social development.
The Natural Science Club with its
75 active members, has enioyed a
varied program visiting the Museum
of Science and lndustry in Chicago
and swimming in Lake Sullivan at 50
degrees during a trip to Sullivan
Cave. Enhancing the educational as-
pects of the club, members toured
Allison's plant in January.
Looking on the lighter side, mem-
bers were active in party preparation
at Christmas time.
Mr. Simmons has been the club
sponsor ever since its origin. Its true
meaning was made evident to every-
one in his statement, "The club is
organized not merely for pursuit of
science, although we do go to places
of scientific interest. We organized a
social club with scientific orientation.
Ability to get along with one another
is lust as important as formal
Also sharing in a cave trip expedi-
tion was the Chemistry-Physics Club,
under the sponsorship of Mr. Beeson
and Mr. Tozer. Adding to their fes-
tivities, the students worked on
separate science proiects, learned the
proper use of a slide rule and
learned the functions of a laser. For
the Mardi Gras, the club constructed
a miniature planetarium.
Looking with anticipation to their
guest speakers, their visits to various
points of interest to the students, and
their club picnic at the end of
school, the XYZ Club members were
bubbling with enthusiasm. Besides
participating in the Mardi Gras, the
club also held its yearly May tea to
honor all the math teachers, club
members and their parents.
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Natural Science Club--Front row: Richard Oliver, Sue Davis, Jackie
Fagan, Marilyn Isbell, Bonnie Dalton, Sherry Fagan, Marsha Whitsman,
Mary Morgan, Denice Gilbert, Michael Simmons, sponsor. Second row:
Neica Wells, Candace Purvis, Cornelia Oates, Deborah Abernathy, Vurl
Trimmer, Linda Ross, Rebecca Hurst, Marsha M. Allen, Donna Hartle.
Third row: Stephen Decker, Relis Cline, president, Allen Glover, Otis
Hasty, Sam Helfferich, Gary W. Barr, Twanetta Witsman, Richard Rand,
Mahlon R. Arnett. Fourth row: Christian Sipf, Steven Campbell, G. Rufus
Collins, Larry D. Anderson, Joseph Eads, William W. Watson Jr., Frank-
lin Oliver, Jesse Henard, Le' Mont Purvis, Bill Isbell.
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XYZ Club-Front row: Mrs. Gwendolyn Jones, sponsor, Judy Frantzreb, cor-
responding secretary, Faye Hausz, Marcia Montgomery, president, Diane Lowe,
Jo Ann Wilson, David S. Smith. Second row: Sherry Brannon, treasurer, Faye
Frost, vice-president, Linda Stafford, Cheryl Hamilton, Paulette Suggs, Susan Bright,
Donna Huebner. Third row: Jerry Traxel, Robert Spencer, sergeant-at-arms, Mike
Wilson, Joseph Eads, Robert Hirschey, Barry Winkle, Theresa Lawson.
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Neita Waldo, Stephen Hooker, David Beeson, co-sponsor. Second row: Donald
Brown, Edgar Parido, Thomas Leavell, Harry Benson, Timothy Wand.
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Above: Learning the limestone wonders of the "underworld" in
Buckner's Cave, spelunkers take time out to rest. Shown attired in
cave fatigues are: Front row: Mr. Tozer, Eddie Parido, Donald L.
Brown. Back row: Timothy Wand, Robert Kares.
Above left: The XYZ Club presents by visual means an explanation
of mathematics decorating a show case in Stuart Hall,
Across page left: Members of the Chemistry Physics Club unload
cars in preparation for a trek in Buckner's Cave, Right: Mem-
bers of the Natural Science Club, also spelunkers, prepare to enter
Sullivan Cave on a fall trip there.
Below: Sponsoring spelunkers, William Tozer, John Kern, Michael
Simmons, David Beeson.
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Art Club-Front row: Mary P. Collins, Gail Johnny James Puckett, James Brown, Christian
Collins, Patti Thomas, Minnie McCurry, Sher- Sipf, Isaiah Stansberry, Mildred Stansberry,
ron Holman, Sandra McFarland, Mary L. Frank-
lin. Second row: Michael Slover, sponsor,
Above: Mike Lumpkin, Thornton Van Sickle, Er-
nest Mitchell, and Darrell Underwood prepare
0 souvenir booklet recognizing National Print-
ing Week. The production was sponsored by
the Future Printers.
Below: Chris Sipf, Art Club member, brushes
up on technique as he maps out a current
Stop! Hold that pose! The Art Club
is open to all students with an open
mind and a large eraser. Although
sketching consumed most of the ses-
sions, John Herron Art Institute and
Museum became the club's favorite
haunt on field trips. Members also
visited the Clowes home and art ex-
The motto of the Future Printers
Club is "Expand knowledge in fields
of graphic arts." The purpose is to
make pupils better informed of the
numerous technical developments in
Printers are in great demand, sur-
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identifying other clubs in all parts of the world
who have tuned in the Tech station.
Future Printers Club-Front row: Robert W. Smith, co-sponsor, Steve Gilman, Barry Wand, Jerry
Thomas, Ernest Mitchell, Darrell Underwood, Gary Covey. Second row: Bruce Baldwin, Lawrence
Miller, Lawrence Beck, Mike Lumpkin, co-chairman, Thornton VanSickle, co-chairman, Clyde Young.
Clyde Armel, sponsor, not pictured.
With help ot classes, the Music
club presented the opera, Amahl and
the Night Visitors. Bach, Beethoven,
and the Beatles provided tare tor
other club meetings.
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heard by the one who enters the
Radio Ham Shack in Morgan Hall
every Friday after school. It is the
headquarters of Tech's Amateur Ra-
dio Club, WQHFQ.
This year members interested in
getting their licenses received instruc-
tion in Morse Code. Mr. Bramblett,
assisted by Larry Pryor, held classes
in radio theory, while John Mayfield
manned the controls in the shack.
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Practicing Amahl and the Night Visitors, an opera which was produced for the Christmas program
are William Watson, Jr., Dennis Alexander, Chris Sipt, Jett McAtee, Randy Brown, and Dianna
Music Club-Front row: Sheila R. Posey, Earline Adams,
Maureen Mills, Debbie Roddy, Debby Clark, Randy
Brown, secretary, Claudia Couse, Linda Lomax, Cheryl
Medlock, Francis Bender, Rickey Lynn Rozzell, Sandy
Mendez. Second row: Rachelle A. Lee, Brenda Polva-
dore, Preston E. Goodrich, Vicci Nahas, Patti Michael,
Beverly Funke, Linda Foreman, Kris Tomescu, Linda
Brady, Sarah Gross, Mrs. Phyllis Safman, sponsor.
Third row: Roy C. Smith, Rochelle A. Lee, Brenda
Thompson, Mary Jean Moore, Cornelia Oates, David
Wooldridge, Marty Bottoms, Nikki L. Hamilton, Sylvia
Milam, Loretta Krupicka, Denise Hickerson. Fourth
row: James Brown, Dianna Caldwell, William W.
Watson, Jr., Ginny Brand, vice-president, Charles F.
Abernathy Jr., Ronny Bradley, David Griffin, treasurer,
Steve Kliefgen, Jeff Mentis, president, Christian Sipf,
Lee Ann Eads.
Larry Pryor operates the telegraph key in the
Radio Club-Front row: William Smith, vice-
president, Larry Pryor, president WAQMFF,
John Fields, sergeant-at-arms, WN9SZL, Al-
bert Blair, treasurer, Steve Hooker, secretary.
Second row: Mr. Gerald Bramblett, W9POF,
sponsor, Donald DeBruhl, James Holtzclaw,
Charles Abernathy, Larry Haltzclaw, Preston
Above: Techoir members stop for a "time-out" during
their downtown Christmas caroling tour. Bottom: At the
City-County Building Techoir members await ci cue from
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Techoir-Front row: Ricky L. Rozell, Donna Proffitt, Patty Michael, Elaine Illey, Nancy
Chapman, Landa Darland, Iris Williams, Roger Holder, Dianna Caldwell, William Moon,
sponsor, Mrs. Sandra Fanning, accompanist, William Devitt, Rebecca Hill, Calvin Har-
desty, Elizabeth Wright, Linda Hodges, Debra Barns, Maureen Mills, Cheryl Harding,
Juanita Silvey. Second row: Brenda Bishop, .lo Ann Rothenbush, Janelle Boykin, Linda
Phillips, Anita Belding, Anne E. Stewart, Kathryn Fogleson, Deborah Moody, Lorraine
Hunt, Susan Newell, Chris Petree, Nancy Adams, Brenda Bailey, Susan Clark, Dora
Hart, Susan Harvey, Phyllis Brock, Libby Hogan, Linda Forman, Thea Masters. Third
Melodayres-Front row: Chris Petree, Deborah Moody, Donna Proffitt, Nancy Adams, Susan Newell,
Kathryn Fogleson, Dora Hart. Second row: William Lane, Danny Doon, Dennis Alexander, Thomas
Adams, Robert Todd, .left McAtee, Ronald Rady, Chester Bowman.
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The Madrigal Singers, with a new
sponsor, Mrs. Sandra Fanning, and
a new name, the Melodayres, filled
numerous outside singing engage-
ments. These sixteen selected boys
and girls entertained at school activi-
ties such as the Homecoming dance
and the Christmas assembly.
The Techoir, under the direction of
William Moon and accompanied by
Mrs. Fanning, sang many times this
year. School assemblies at Thanks-
giving and Easter were settings for
special programs for the Techoir.
They appeared Christmas caroling at
the governor's mansion, the City-
County Building, and downtown de-
partment stores. They cut a Christ-
mas record and telecast a special
holiday show. A party topped off
the year's activities.
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row: Dollie Reese, Jeff McAtee, Robert Todd, Tim Taylor, Edmund Davis, Chester Bow- Mr. Moon di,-eds 0 recofding Session ns -the Tecnon CUTS ns
man, Ron Rady, James Jacobs, William Watson, Jr., Chris Chronis, Dennis Alexander, Qnnunl Cnnsfmns record.
Jerry Dockery, Danny Doan, William Lane, Don Wilkerson, Steve Handy, Donn Patter-
son, Randal Brown, Donald Brown, Mary Lynn Pfeiffer. Fourth row: Virginia Bond,
Paul Davis, James Osborn, Chris Sipf, Richard Byrd, Hans Sigg, Fred McDonald, Ross
Furry, William Adams, Tom Adams, Jim Soltau, Jeffrey Mentis, Steve Kleifgen, Grant
lmel, Dan Reneau, Stephen Meid, Jerry Bean, Max Roe, Linda Guillion. Carol Gregory,
Lonraine Hunt makes with the red nose as she gives a reasonable imi- Front row: Linda Foreman, Thea Masters, Phyllis Brock, Cheryl Harding,
tation of Rudolph, the fabulous reindeer. Members of the Girls Ensem- Lorraine Hunt, Dianna Caldwell, Linda Darland, Patti Michael, Nancy
ble, caroling at the City-County Building, look on in mock amazement. Chapman.
Girls Concert Club-Front row: Lillie Mae Cross, Doris Asberry, Donna Reed, Eugenia Smith, Doris Elliott. Third row: Linda Proffitt, Eileen Hart,
Coverstone, Judith Story, Vicki Hunt, Kathy Greig, Donna Green, Janice Lynn Helene Bonfils, Terry Boyd, Vicki Fortune, Eva Miller, Wilma Farral,
Clark, Kathryn Volstad, Linda Monroe, Connie Collins, Margaret Curry, Linda Herman, Julie Mangus, Elizabeth Kern, Donna Fogleman, Sherry
Judy McCullough, Frances Freeman. Second row: JoAnn Irwin, Cynthia Chandler, Cynthia Cooper, Kathleen Woempner, Linda Sue Finchum,
Burton, Teresa White, Beverly Jones, Cornelia Oates, Mary Reynolds, Paula Williams, Neita Waldo.
Vonda Harper, Shawnee Jones, Nancy Barlow, Juanita Byers, Mary
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James Neace, Robert Curry, Herbert Williams, Roy Smith, Jon Burroughs. Second row: Charlie
Grant, Danny Lowhorn, Joe Matlock, Clarence Chandler, Clifton Scott, David Smith, Mike Brummett,
Rod Lewis, Thomas Garrett, Third row: Phil Howard, Lawrence Buckholter, James Barton, Ken
Rynard, Larry Anderson, Bill Hodgson, sergeant-at-arms, Jack Seibert, vice-president, Randy Win- 1
inger, Jim M. Johnson, Allen Glover, Larry Hill, secretary-treasurer. dd f 1
Right above: Mrs. Fanning gets the attention
of the Girls Concert Club at the Christmas Con-
cert, December 2l. ,
Right: Boys Octette-Calvin Hardesty, Donn
Patterson, Max Rowe, Chris Sipf, William Wat-
son, James Jacobs, William Devitt, Randy
Brown. Linda D. Phillips, accompanist.
Vocal groups put Tech in spotlight
Tech vocal groups chalked up a
Fresh cmd new could have de-
scribed Tech's Girls Concert Club in
1966 under new director, Mrs. San-
dra Fanning. The girls ioined with
the Techoir and the Boys Concert
Club at the Thanksgiving assembly
and with the Girls Ensemble and the
Melodayres for the special Christmas
The girls changed the traditional
uniforms of dark skirts and white
blouses for new green wool dresses.
With Mrs. Phyllis Safman, as their
new sponsor, T2 girls combined their
voices to continue the reputation of
the Girls Ensemble. They performed
at the Homecoming dance and at
the Christmas and Easter assemblies.
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The Boys Concert Club ioined the
choir in the gymnasium when the
opera, Amahl and the Night Visitors,
was presented. After the play, the
boys caroled at school and down-
town on the Circle. On April 28, they
participated in the All-City Boys Con-
cert Festival. The annual spring con-
cert was held in the Forum and com-
bined the Girls and Boys Concert
Clubs. To end the year the boys had
a spring picnic on campus.
The Boys Octette staged about 35
programs during the year. The Oc-
tette performed at other schools,
dinners and conventions. The group
appeared on television December T9
with the Techoir on a special half-
hour program. On December 22, the
Octette caroled on the mall of the
Greenwood Shopping Center. The
annual banquet was held in the
spring for this year's Octette, new
members and alumni.
Girls Ensemble-Thea Masters, accompanist, Mrs. Phyllis Safman, sponsor, Rebecca Hill, Linda
Foreman, Phyllis Brock, Cheryl Harding, Lorraine Hunt, Dianna Caldwell, Linda Darland, Iris Wil-
liams, Patti Michael, Nancy Chapman.
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Above left: Trimming the Girls Concert Club
Christmas tree was a pleasant task for Jo Ann
Irwin, Terry Boyd, Margaret Curry, Doris Elliott,
and Lillie Mae Cross.
Left: For one of their favorite numbers, "The
Birth of the Blues", boys of the Octette really
put feeling into the finale. Shown "hamming
it up" around William Devitt lcenterl are: Cal-
vin Hardesty, Donn Patterson, Max Rowe, Chris
Sipf, William Watson, James Jacobs, and
Cheryl Buck waits for her cue on the cello in
on orchestra performance.
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Randal Brown, with his class, drills his fingers
and practices his bowing techniques under the
direction of Mr. Brandes.
Looking like the bass section of a cool combo
are Marsha Witsman, Jacqueline Loswell, Larry
Pryor, Kent Brinkley.
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Larry Parkey, Gerald Ledford, James Sutton, James Entwistle and Dan
Beight join in producing the big sound of brasses and drums.
cs, is ,cy group make
Reese, Cheryl Buck, Faye Williams, Roger Vitt, John Tackacs, Pamela Phillips, Larry Pryor, Karen
Wetherell, Donald Wright, Janis Richards, Paula Scott, Kerry Brinkley, Jeffrey McAtee. Fourth row:
Lewis Clark, Bob Wilson, Ain Haas, Gary Ray, Stuart Lawrence, Kent Brinkley, Hans Sigg, Bradley
Byrd, Steve Waggoner, Dan Reneau, James Sutton, James Griffin, James Entwhistle.
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Hettie Bond Richard Kern while they prepare for all city concert
As pupils entered the Boys Gym
for this year's all-school assemblies,
the big boom of Tech's orchestra set
the pace for a spirited ceremonial oc-
casion. Directed by Mr. Brandes, the
musicians played "Officer of the
Day" for the presentation of the
The orchestra performed with the
band at the annual spring concert
The Tech String Ensemble per-
formed for school activities, includ-
ing the Senior Parents' Reception,
and accommodated outside engage-
ments in their schedule.
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Shiny instruments vibrate to the bright per-
formance of Donald Wright and Roger Vitt.
Eye contact is in evidence as all focus at-
tention on the conductor. Shown are Front
row: Lewis Clark, Robert Junge, Jeff McAtee,
Bradley Byrd. Second row: Ain Haas, Nickie
Hamilton, Ronald Foster. Third row: Gerald
Ledford, James Sutton, James Entwistle, Dan
Beight, Dan Reneau.
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Masters help set the rhythm for Tech in the
Veterans' Day Parade.
Right to left: Gary Ray,
James Griffin, Stuart Law-
rence, and Jerry Backus,
weary from the long
march, keep plodding on
for the Tech Band.
Tech Band-Front row: Steve Waggoner, Jim Griffin, Jeff McAttee, Jim Sutton,'Bob Wilson, Gary
Cox, Charles Dinkins, Gerald Ledford, Thelma Hollowell, Ron Foster, Bob Junge, Dan Reneau, Jerry
Backus, Roger Vitt, Lewis Clark, John Tackacs, Tom Parker, Gary Ray, Lawrence Broadus, Brenda
lsham. Second row: Bradley Byrd, Kristen McDonald, Jane Stewart, Terry Boyd, James Entwistle,
Dan Beight, Sharon Clark, Don Wilkinson, Ross McCormack, Rodney Lewis, Marcia Haas, Deb New-
kirk, Jeffrey Tandy. Third row: Nikki Hamilton, Cheryl Adams, Mary Wester, Mary Reneau, Sandra
Stanfield, David Rose, Mike McDaniel, Diana Wright, Manuel Espinosa, Elisha Madden, James Black,
Stuart Lawrence, Larry Auble, Linda Adams, James Campbell. Fourth row: Dave Woolridge, Evelyn
Miller, Tony Long, Bruce Lambert, Paul Terry, Larry Parker, Ralph Hand, Kevin Davis, John Webster,
Don Wright, Ray Robinson, John Green, Tom Reynolds, Jerry Harmon, Mark Waggoner.
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Tech musicians parade
in hard-earned uniform
With CI roll of drums the Tech
Band stepped out onto the field
wearing new green and white uni-
forms. First displayed during half-
time shows at football games, they
added zest and color to the per-
Members had earned money for
the purchase by selling candy and
serving in the cafe at the Mardi Gras.
Fans chanted cheers of encourage-
ment to the accompaniment of the
pep band at all basketball games.
Quiet settled over the gym at the
presentation of the colors in pre-
Not only was the organization a
marching band, but a concert band
as well. Keeping up with tradition,
they presented a spring concert in
coniunction with the orchestra, play-
ing selections ranging from show
tunes to classics.
Left above: Jerry Backus raps out a smart
beat letting Indianapolis know Tech is in step
with the times.
Dance Band-Front row: Susan Clark, Roger
Vitt, Cary Cox, Gary Ray, Rod Lewis. Second
row: Robert Wilson, James Griffin, Stuart Law-
rence, Larry Auble, James Black, Dan Reneau.
Back row: Donald E, Wilkinson Jr., Stephen R.
Exploralory Teachers-Front row, Ann Wischmeyer, Juanita Silvey, Marcia Bowers, Kathryn Fogleson,
Susan Bright, Mr. Clyde Smith, sponsor. Second row: Susan Powell, Diane Roberts, Harold Moore,
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Algebra I is Ann Wischmeyer, studying under
Mr. Stoeckinger as an exploratory teacher.
Future Teachers-Front row, Mrs. Dorothy Stout, sponsor, Marcia Miner, Darlene Roberts, Linda
Ford, Janice Crawford. Second row: Dianna Roberts, president, Jon Burroughs, Marcia Bowers,
secretary, Kathy Fogleson, Kathy Greig. Third row: Evelyn Miller, vice-president, Linda Herman,
Carol Esarey, historian, Betty Beverly, Mary Loudermilk. Joumy grcdumefopped apples express Teacher
Frederick Bremer introduces Gary Etchison who
salutes the men who died at Pearl Harbor on
the 25th anniversary of this day of infamy.
appreciation through the FTA.
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Morris, Gregory Cavanaugh, Kathy Greig. Second row: Larry Borden, Gary Etchison, president,
William Buckley, Eric Boothe, Roger Hangsleben, Raymond Floyd, Dean Carbone, sponsor. Third row:
Roy Smith, Linda Davis, historian, Leonard Skarer, Linda Rush, Sandra Gilkey, Jon Burroughs.
Fourth row: Donald lmel, Cary Cox, Joseph Eads, G. Rufus Collins, Christian Sipf, Frederick Bremer,
Janet Hicks enioys the adventure of learning
new skills on her DCE iob as long distance
operator at Indiana Bell Telephone Company.
Techites interested in learning
skilled occupations applied for iobs
through Diversified Cooperative Edu-
cation. In learning and working at
their tasks they obtained school
credits, one for the related class, and
one in the department to which the
iob applied. Hardworking pupils got
positions at such industries as Eli
LiIly's, Stokely-Van Camp, Indiana
Bell Telephone Company, and Com-
munity Hospital. Lab technicians,
long distance operator, nurses' aid,
printer, and data processor were
only some of the iobs offered. The
tw e n t y -tw o teens participating
worked mornings or afternoons.
Past inspires: future beckons
Helping those younger than them-
selves, Tech seniors found explora-
tory teaching a rewarding experi-
ence. Techites bridged a large age
span as they took over kindergarten
classes in finger painting and gave
instruction in high school math.
Getting pupils interested in the
teaching profession was the goal of
Future Teachers of America. They dis-
cussed the profession at meetings,
and expressed interest in young
people by making felt gloves and
filling them with candy for children
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their year's activity to promote a
general interest in history. They
planned trips to points of historic
interest in the state and conducted
roll call broadcasts to commemorate
historic events. Social affairs rounded
off the calendar.
Champion, Margaret McCord, Larry Wilkerson, Bill Tracy. Third row:
Janice Wallick, Kathy Woods, Donna Maurer, Don Buchanan, Linda Bruce Collester, Jim Osborn, Jim Handy, president, Joe Rufner, David
McKinney, secretary, Janet Hicks, Sandra Thomas, vice president. Second
row: Jack Longshore, sponsor, Joe Peterman, Terry Franklin, Gary
Greenwell, Doug Palmer, Patricia Kiesel.
French Club-Front row: Rita Corrado, David S. Smith
Stephen W. Hooker, Elaine Diamantidis, Kim Vaughn,
treasurer, Linda C. Wong, Mrs. Mary B. Bedell, sponsor.
Second row: Linda Cook, Kris Tomescu, Jerry Troxel
I Susan Newell, Susan Clark, secretary, Candace Purvis.
Third row: Linda Ingle, vice-president, Sharon Smith, Ross
McCormick, Dan Reneau, sergeant-at-arms, Ain Haas,
president, Vicki Roker, Linda Herman.
Languages expand world knowledge
Baked snails became the diet of
strong-stomached French Club mem-
bers at their Christmas party in Mrs.
Bedell's home. Taffy-pulling and a
gift exchange were also parts of the
program. Members made and sold
piggy banks and tote bags for Mardi
Gras. Ain Haas, who studied in
France last summer, told the mem-
bers of his experience.
Club members began
their year with plant-potting parties
in preparation for Mardi Gras. Their
booth offered potted plants and ar-
tificial corsages. Mardi Gras sales
were so good that participants en-
ioyed a dinner in the Stockholm
House as a bonus for their activities.
Besides the traditional pinata, the
Christmas fiesta of the Spanish Club
included tacos, tamales, and other
south-of-the-border specialties of
Mrs. Lagadon. An October picnic in
Brookside Park with a pie-eating
contest, and Cheryl Harding's ac-
count of her trip to Mexico made up
other programs of the year.
The Junior Classical League strove
to make Latin come alive for the
members. Throughout the year the
club displayed Latin obiects in its
showcase in Stuart Hall. For Mardi
Gras, the JCL members manned a
gypsy fortune-telling booth.
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cuisine. Jerry Troxel's hesitation results in a thorough inspection of the
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Morgan, treasurer, Norma Lines, Mrs. Maria Lagadon, sponsor. Second row: Shirley Ann Mallory,
Cheryl Harding, Patricia Johnson, secretary, Dottie Panhorst, Linda Weilhammer, Marilyn Chambers,
Barbara Ann Dean. Third row: Leonard Jones, Sandy Stanfield, historian, Paula Espinoza, Thomas
E. Leovell, Harry Benson, sergeant-at-arms, Timothy Schneider, president, Marleen Bosworth.
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Smith as they eat their snails.
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tents, "Carmelita," a 20-pound papier mache
pinata, created by Gail Collins for the Christ'
mas fiesta becomes the Spanish Club's mascot.
Across page center: Potting plants for sale at
the Mardi Gras, JoAnn Rothenbush, Cheryl
Hamilton, Steven Borden and Rita Jane Boyd
prepare for the German Club booth.
JCI.-Front row: Mrs. Virginia Zimmerman,
sponsor, Ruthanne Miller, Jan Heatherly, trea-
surer, Elizabeth Wright, secretary, Susan Ru-
pert. Second row: Paula Rowing, Sandra Gil-
key, Jeffrey F. Oliveira, Paulette Suggs, presi-
dent, Neita Waldo, vice-president.
Y-Teens--Front row: Marilyn Maxwell, Debra Lyle, Pamela Maxwell, Mary L. Franklin, Glenda Pal-
more. Second row: Susan Bettis, sponsor, Ollimaria Jackson, Mary Hite, Sandy Green, acting secre-
tary, Salathiel Burris, Donna Rowley, Carol Evans. Third row: Mildred Mahone, Annetta Parnell,
Paula Espinosa, Dollie Reese, president, Donna Farris, Laura Puler.
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Above: Fred Bonnet contemplates his next play in a match against Howe High School.
Right: The Renaissance chess set is a luxury
feature of the Chess Club, but good moves
can be made with less elaborate equipment.
Chess Club-Front row: Steven Morrow, Larry Lambert, David Wooldridge, Henry E. Woodson, Fred
Hoskins, Gregory Cavanaugh. Second row: Steve Gilman, Harry Benson, Jeffrey F. Oliveira, Barry
Winkle, Bradley Nahas, Larry Auble. Third row: Robert Ingles, John Beem, Fred Bonnet, Larry D.
Anderson, William B. Smith, Robert Lee Spencer, Isaiah Stansberry.
Bill Devitt proudly wears the Tech emblem as
a member of the Lettermen's Club.
Across Page Right: Nancy Mason and Deborah
Perkins get off a fast play in an afterschool
volleyball game. ,
Lettermen's Club-Front row: Fred D. McCoy, sponsor, Calvin Hardesty, Teckenbrock, Jack Schafer, Mike Hickey, Bill Mansfield, Jessie Ealy, Bill
Johnny Fogleman, secretary, Jim Osborne, Mark Minzenread, William Devitt. Third row: Leroy Mason, Grant lmel, vice-president, James Price,
W. Watson Jr., Jim McCormick, Barry Hammond. Second Row: Bob Danny Pride, president, Glen Bentley, Roger Holder.
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For brains, brawn, backbone and
honor, four clubs on the Tech campus
can fill the need.
Girls Athletic Association provides
intramural volleyball, golf, tennis,
bowling, and track. Sponsoring the
group this year was Miss Patricia
Loftus, exchange teacher from Eng-
Representing both backbone and
brawn, are Tech's athletes who have
won the Block T, the Lettermen's
Club. Their basketball shot project in
the Mardi Gras netted a profit to
send cheerleaders to summer camp.
The Y-Teens collected funds for
UNICEF at Hallowe'en and sent let-
ters and packages to Vietnam at
The brainy Chess Club pulled
down fourth place in city competi-
tion, and displayed their usual acu-
men in the first state tournament,
held at Arlington High School in
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Girls Athletic Association-Front row: Omega Hutcherson, Emily Moss, Sandra McFarland, Deborah
Perkins, Delores Colbert, Juanita Byers, Geneva Trotter. Second row: Nancy A. Mason, Linda C.
Wong, vice-president, Reva A. Gartin, Wanda Lackey, Patsy Ransom, Gwendolyn Peck, Harriett L.
Gooch. Third row: Mildred Stransberry, Sylvia Ann Wade, Charlene Thomas, Violet Davis, presi-
dent, Debroah Patton, Betty Beverly, treasurer, Donna Smith, Edith Reese.
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Bill Beck, Guy Luttrell, Charles Silvey, Leo Condos, Donn Patterson.
Second row: Mahlon Carlock, sponsor, Ron Rady, Jack Seibert, Dan
Polson, Jim Osborn, Martin Toney, Jeffrey Oliveira, Chris Chronis, presi-
dent, Donald Wilkinson Jr. Third row: Gary Champion, Richard Baylor,
Key Club members began their
year with the Homecoming half-time
show complete with floats and fire-
works. The year continued with
Christmas bell-ringing at Meadows
Shopping Center for the Salvation
Army, the spring Turnkey Dance, and
the campaign for "Join the Bunch
That Walk to Lunch." A milk parade
around the Circle in cooperation with
the Milk Foundation, marked the
end of the year.
The Student Affairs Organization
relied on the talents of its members
to sell tickets, prepare dinners and
decorate for social affairs as it
sponsored the Homecoming Dance
and provided four booths for the
Mardi Gras. The Christmas Dinner,
the Student-Faculty Game and the
Campus Clean-up Campaign were
other activities of the group.
Gary Ray, Steve Whaley, John Hilton, Cary Cox, Darrell James, Stan
Neal. Fourth row: Larry Auble, Jim Jacobs, Bob Clelland, Grant lmel,
Joseph Eads, Gary Sanders, Gary Rott, Jim Handy, vice-president. Fifth
row: Allan Roberts, Danny Pride, Jerry Dockery, Ross Furry, Mike Hickey,
Bill Funke, Jack Schafer, Roger Holder.
Left: The SAO Board makes special table decorations for
the Homecoming dance.
Left center: Lending a hand with peeling potatoes and
washing dishes, Elizabeth Wright, Susan Harvey, Rebecca
Green, and John Hilton, SAO Board members, get ready
for the annual Christmas dinner to which parents are in-
vited as guests.
Below: James Jacobs and Cheryl Harding add finishing
touches to the organizations Christmas tree.
Across page: Helping the Salvation Army at their annual Christmas party
for underprivileged children were Key Clubbers Kent Sweeney, Jim Han-
dy, Bill Funke, Jack Schafer, Gary Sanders, Charles Silvey, and Jim Swin-
ford. Mai. Harold W. Hatfield directed the program held in the State-
house. Star-spangling the November 4 sky, the Homecoming fireworks
were presented at the half-time show by the Key Club.
Above: SAO Board Front row: Linda Arnett, Nancy Chapman, Cheryl
Harding, Linda Darland, vice-president, Shawnee Jones, Marcia Mont-
gomery, Elizabeth Wright, Debbie Barnes. Second row: Mrs. Martha
Turpin, sponsor, Susie Newell, Carolyn Bunnell, Janice Talbert, recording
secretary, Becky Green, Susie Harvey, corresponding secretary, Chris
Petree, parliamentarian, Iris Williams, Third row: Vicci Nahas, Donna
Blount, ,Thea Masters, Gary Champion, Jack Seibert, Steve Handy, Anita
Belding. Fourth row: Roger Holder, John Hilton, Grant lmel, Mike
Hickey, Jessie Ealy, Jim Jacobs, Ron Rady.
HIGH SCHOOL RED CROSS-Front Row: Cathy Ressinger, Judy Mc-
Cullough, recording secretary, Reta Campbell, Susan Rupert, Becky
Taylor, Becky Buchannan, Debbi Barnes, treasurer. Second Row: Linda
Arnett, JoAnn lrwin, Cheryl Medlock, Patty Taylor, corresponding sec-
retary, Cindy Lewis, Jill Armstrong, Bettina Sue Bailey. Third Row:
Cheryl Harding, vice-president, Mary Jean Moore, Vicci Nahas, Mari-
anne McKnight, Beverly Funke, Kris Tomescu, Janice Talbert, president.
Fourth row: Paulette Suggs, Susan Clark, Linda Herman, Rita Faidle
Linda Russell, Thea Masters, Linda Phillips, Denise Hickerson.
Library Assistants-Front Row: Nora Jackson, Vicky Hynar, Joy Caskey,
Janet Doll, Lewis Gibson, Frankie Freeman, Pat Harmeson, Martha
Graves, Sue Bartley. Second Row: James Duckett, Jon Burroughs, Rita
Boyd, Donna Blount, Terry Boyd, Diane Lowe, Denise Hickerson, Iris
Egelhot. Third Row: Cecil Abner, Becky Keutzer, Steven Ettinger, Patsy
Colter, Randy Busic, Robert Hirschy, Jennifer Hylden, Fred Bonnet, Bar-
Library Assistants-Front row: Larry Brake, Dee Butrum, Linda Clelland,
Wendy Ross, Sherry Tackett, Rebecca Wright, Dann Bright, Helen
Stephens, Toni Taylor. Second Row: Karen O'Connell, Linda Sears, Deb-
orah Newkirk, Dottie Panhorst, Donna Miller, Paula Mitchell, Jan Morris,
Linda Quackenbush, Karl Schaefer. Third Row: Maxine Wiggington,
Patty Wilson, Keith Williams, John Picot, Hans Sigg, J. Michael Mullis,
Connie Tucker, Jackie Zeigler, Darlene Thompson.
Judy McCullough and Debbi Barnes prepare a
Red Cross box for mailing to Vietnam.
Service Club-Front row: Judith McBride, sponsor, Frances Bender, re-
cording secretary, Marcia Sayles, Ronald F. Rucker, Linda Monroe,
Teresa White, Jeff Haley. Second row: William W. Watson Jr., trea-
surer, Marsha Shewman, Judy Story, corresponding secretary, Paula
Mitchell, Janet Doll, Linda Towler, Debby Clark, Paulette Suggs, Linda
Scarbrough. Third row: Donna Miller, David S. Smith, Teresa Remmetter,
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Sherry Brannon, Marcia Montgomery, Judy Ann Frantzreb, Annetta
Parnell, Shawnee Jones, board representative. Fourth row: William
Buckley, Eric Boothe, Terry Gordon, Jerry Troxel, Jerry W, Gordon, Lee
Ann Eads, Sue Meigs, Deloris Asbery. Fifth row: Karen Kreiger, Vicci
Nahas, Anita Belding, Donna Blount, Robert Spencer, sergeant-at-arms,
Becky Hiatt, president, Sherrie Jones, vice-president, Sharon Koehler.
Clubs serve school. communitg, world
The Tech Service Club's activities
activities on Steve Ferguson's win-
Above: The Service Club sells mums to gain
enthusiasm tor the homecoming game. Below:
Library assistants do much work keeping
library in order.
began in September when freshmen
tound members waiting to help them
through their tirst day. Operating
the Mardi Gras C.l.D.E.R. booth, sell-
ing Homecoming mums, helping
send overseas boxes, filling Christ-
mas baskets, and timing debates
were some ot the club's tall and win-
ter activities. Spring proiects included
the faculty Valentine Tea, the Easter
help drive and the Clean-up Cam-
The Human Relations Committee
sponsored its annual slogan contest
in November and based the year's
ning slogan, "Better Human Rela-
tions is the Stairway to a Better
The High School Red Cross spread
Tech's influence across the seas by
sponsoring school chests tor Viet-
nam. Active in city Chapter House
meetings, the members also pro-
vided birthday boxes tor childrenfs
Library assistants helped to keep
the Tech Library running smoothly
by working at the desk, checking
out books, cleaning the rooms, and
repairing and shelving.books.
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Human Relations Committee-First row: Mrs. Dorothy Stout, sponsor, Marcia Sayles, Faye Frost,
Mark Sanders, Lillie Mae Cross, William Guess, sponsor. Second row: Marsha M. Allen, secretary,
Ron Rady, William M. Lane, Cheryl Harding, president, Linda Herman. Third row: Charles Thomp-
son, Gerald Sears, James Price, Paul Glaspie, Jessie Ealy, vice-president, Albert L. Kilcrease.
Closing in on Tech aihleiics
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Golf' team gets in 'swing' of things
Spring not only brings out the
beauties of nature, but also the Titan
golf team. The golf clubs are taken
from the closet, polished up, and the
boys get back in the 'swing' of
things. The players polished up their
game as they try to reduce the num-
ber of strokes to the green.
The '66 golf team, with Phillip
Quillin as their coach, accumulated
7 wins, 8 losses this season. A per-
son's golf score can vary greatly
from game to game, and the Tech
golfers couldn't always hit good
scores when they needed them. But
several of Tech's victories show the
possible strength of the team as they
beat Attucks 12-O, Shortriclge 11.5-.5,
Kennedy l2-O, and Wood l2-O.
Jerry Ferguson, Mike Ensminger, and Frank Renfro, three of the 66 varsity
golfers, keep a record of their strokes.
Lack of experience handed The '66
Tech Tennis Team 9 losses maTched
wiTh only one win. The Tifans losT
Three in a row before narrowly de-
feaTing cily rival Howe 3-4, and Then
dropped The remaining six games.
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joriTy of The boys being underclass-
men. Coach John Eason hoped ThaT
These deTeaTs and The experience The
boys gained from playing would
help Them produce a beTTer record in
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known as baseball players, struggled
Through a tough schedule to produce
a 4-ll season record. The '66 Titan
team lost many games in the field,
as costly errors gave their opponents
Tech also lacked an experienced
pitcher at the outset ot the season.
Bill Mansfield developed his pitching
skills through the year with Coach
Ivan Moreman's assistance. Bill did
some pitching for the '67 team and,
along with other returning players,
hoped to make a big improvement
with the new season.
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an acTive ThoughT in The minds of
The boys on The '66 TiTan Track
Team. The record books show Their
achievemenTs as They won eighT
for eighT dual meeTs, Took TirsT
place in The NorTh CenTral relays,
and beaT ouT school rival Wash-
ingTon by a narrow half-poinT
margin Tor The ciTy championship.
Besides The Team eTTorT, several
individual school records were
broken. Marion Casey seT a new
school pole vaulTing record by
clearing 13' 5.5". A new shoT-puT
mark of 56' 10.25" was seT by
John JarreT, and Jerry RoTh broke
The old school records in The mile
and Two-mile runs. A TasTer mile
relay Timing was given by Ron
Johnson, Earl Lee, Glen BenTley,
and Relix Townsend.
Coached by Carlos Bell, The Ti-
Tans worked hard To achieve such
an ouTsTanding record.
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Varsity Football-Front row: Roger Holder, Eddie Leavell, Bill Funke, Bill
Mansfield, Grant lmel, Louie Clark, Bill Devitt, Steve Beck, Sam Helffer-
ich, Robert Childs, manager. Second row: Rick Nichols, Jay Reno, Walter
Grundy, Charles Rice, Dwight Blue, Ron Rady, Vic Miller, Bob Medcalfe,
Howard Catt, trainer. Third row: Coach Ernie Medcalte, Howard Geralds,
The Titan varsity football team
searched all season for the winning
touch, but had little success as they
lost nine and won only one game.
Coach Medcalfe and his boys faced
a plague of iniuries to the starting
team. At one time during the season
eleven starting offensive and defen-
sive players were sidelined with in-
iuries. All-State halfback for '65,
Jessie Ealy, received leg iniuries in
the second game and was unable to
play the rest of the year. Starting
fullback, Bill Mansfield also had leg
injuries and saw action in only four
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iniured, starting quarterback, Roger
Holder, was moved to a running
back position, and Junior quarter-
backs Ron Rady and Preston Abbott
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and Dwight Blue. Allen who is only
a sophomore did a fine iob of filling
the shoes of the iniured Jessie Ealy,
He led the Titans scoring attack with
four touchdowns. All the boys were
out to win, but inexperience took its
toll with the Titans scoring a total of
only 65 points while their opponents
Tech's lone victory was held till
last, as the Tech gridders dug in to
beat Shortridge 6-O the last game of
the season. It was a cold, wet day
and the field was mud from goal to
goal, but that didn't keep the spirit
from climbing to a peak. Time and
time again, Fullback, Bill Mansfield,
would somehow find footing in the
muddy field and bull out long yards.
But it was an intercepted pass and
run to the 3-yard line by Dwight Blue
Titans brave cold, muddy conditions to down
Shortridge 6-0. Left: Jo Ann Irwin witnesses
Titan victory despite wintry blast.
Dennis Alexander, James Carter, Milton Allen, James Swinford, Bruce
Cannedy, John Strubbe, Coach Carlos Bell. Fourth row: Coach Walter
Dininger, Coach Ivan Moreman, Mark Winzenread, Solomon Varnardo,
Bill Maddox, Jeff Beck, Gerald Franklin, Sylvester Edwards, Joe Norton,
Wyman Brown, manager.
that set up the Titan touchdown. Two
plays later Bill Mansfield crossed the
goal line with only 25 seconds re-
maining in the game. It was an ex-
citing victory for the varsity squad
and the Tech fans. This victory add-
ed a glamorous touch to an other-
wise unlucky football season.
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ander, William Maddox, Charles Rice, Victor Miller, James
Swinford, Sylvester Edwards, Robert Strubbe, Jeffrey Beck,
Solomon Varnardo. Second row: Howard Geralds, John
Hilton, Eric Taylor, Bruce Cannedy, Steve Grubb, Gerald
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Cox, Mike Johnson, Robert Medcalfe, Tom Avery. Third
row: Coach Walter Dininger, Ronald Thomas, James Massa,
Barry Jeffries, Gerald Franklin, Robert Gaddie, Don Griffin,
Steve Wood, Coach ivan Moreman.
Reserve. frosh prepare for varsitg positions
Another season of rough gridiron
action passed for the Reserve grid-
alers and their coaches, Ivan More-
man and Walter Dininger. With boys
constantly being moved up to fill the
varsity iniury list, the team never
really was settled enough to play
gooal winning ball. Consequently,
the season ended with the reserves
holding a 2-7 record.
Preparation is a key factor for the
reserve footballers, as they look
ahead to the tough iolo of holding
varsity positions. Combining with
the large number of underclassmen
that held varsity spots this year, the
reserve Titans show signs of bring-
ing Tech a great season in 1967.
Vic Miller kicks out of reach of the on-rushing opponents.
Sylvester Edwards races down the field on kick-off return.
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Ball carriers were stopped for short gains by the Tech frosh gridders. Right: Tech gridders play
a dusk game.
The Freshman gridders showed
hopeful glimpses of Tech's future
chalking up five wins, Three losses,
and one tie. The boys tackled the
iob of adjusting to the rugged game
and shaping into a strong team.
Steve Funk, at The helm showed
enough potential as quarterback To
appear with The varsity in The Short-
ridge game. Operating behind The
quarterback were Jack Harmon at
halfback and Vic Breland at fullback.
Both These boys played a big part in
getting Tech on The score-board. Har-
mon's hard running paid off as he
pulled frosh high scoring honors with
five touchdowns. Another key scorer
for The frosh was end Bob Beatty.
Passes from Funk To Beatty often
were rewarded with T.D.'s Coaches
looked to the frosh team for future
Freshman Football-Front row: Henry Carter, William H. Jones,
James Owens, John Kirby, Jerry Reno, Rex Marshall, Steve
Funk, Tom Hickey, Victor Breland, James Folsom, Steve Caton,
Claude Mickel, Charles Mansfield. Second row: Tom Wilker-
son, Manager, Harold Rogsdale, Mike Bandy, Kent Clark,
Denny Griggs, Steve Ettinger, Jim Oakley, Jack Harmon,
Vestal Harper, James Thompson, Larry Herring, Alfred Watson.
Third row: John W. Hurrle, coach, Robert Beatty, Byron Terry,
Charles Jarrett, Fred Walker, Roger Payne, James Greene, Al-
fred Watson, Charles Brownie, Rick Wharton, Jerry Whitaker,
manager, Daniel Camplese, coach.
Tifanei-les perform new rouhnes
Under The firsf-year direcTion of
Sponsor Jane Ann STulTz, The major-
eTTes presenTed Tech wiTh many color-
ful and sparkling half-Time shows.
An expecTed parT of all fooTbaIl and
baskeTball games, The girls perform-
ed new rouTines each week.
Head-maioreTTe, Chris PeTree led
The girls as They presenTed The flags
aT aThleTic conTesTs and as They
marched wiTh The Tech band. The
TiTaneTTes liT up The aThleTic events
wiTh Their special Talenfs.
Colorguord Anita Belding Thea MasTers, Shawnee Jones, Becky Laing.
Trumpeteers Sherry Burks Karen Spaw, Libby Hogan, Marlene McCarty.
Cross Couniry Team-FronT row: Paul Glaspie, David Bailey, Kevin Lacey, BVUCS MCGGOHW Third POW! -lefome l-Ukef, Bob MCKTUVWEY, Phil BlGCk,
Glenn BenTley, Michael Boofer, Bob Teckpnbrock. Second row: Coach Larry DSO, David Cooper- F0Ul'fl"' ROWS GVQQ P0flW0m, l-GUY SebGSfiGF1,
Fred McCoy, Alvin Lee, Mike Price, Terry Kimberly, Jerry Taylor, Coach l-GUY RiCh0rdS,JGrr1eS LOrf1GX,Fred Lvier-
During The fall season, very few
days wenT by ThaT The Tech harriers
couldn'T be found running across The
campus, Mile aTTer mile was covered,
all in preparaTion Tor The Two mile
races ThaT compose The sporT cross-
WiTh coaches Bruce McGreaTh and
Fred McCoy pushing The boys on, The
Team won Two of Three dual meeTs,
had Three second places in Triple
meeTs, and placed Third of 24 in The
Columbus lnviTaTional. Leading The
Team was senior Bob Teckenbrock
backed by a goodly number of per-
sisTenT hard runners.
For The second year in a row,
Tech's Trosh runners gained aTTenTion
by carrying The TiTan banner high
againsT sTaTe compeTiTion. They
showed greaT promise as They raced
To a TirsT place of 14 Teams in The
Columbus Freshman lnviTaTional.
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Lacey, and Glenn Bentley. Above: Running on campus are Ken Town-
send, Glenn BenTley, .Jerry Taylor, Bob McKinney and Greg Parham.
In rough city competition Tech's
wrestling team produced two city
champions, two runners-up in the
city meet, and two sectional winners.
Calvin Hardesty and Steve Dildine
pushed by Their opponents to take
honors as city champs in their re-
spective weight classes. The Titan
city runners-up were Barry Hammond
and Edmund Davis.
ln sectional competition Calvin
Hardesty again emerged victorious
along with Louie Clark. Both boys
were defeated in the regional meet.
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Hardesty get advice from
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seniors Barry Hammond, Steve Dildine, and Calvin
coach John Hurrle.
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dox, Barry Hammond, Don Buchanan. Second row: Steve Dildine, Edmond Davis, Joe Norton, Louie
Calvin Hardesty, Tech's City Champ in the 120 pound class, muscles
his man into position for a pin.
City Champ, 133 pound Steve Dildine shows no mercy on this Howe opponent.
Becky Hill is 'high' with enthusiasm over the Titan Team.
"Titan team! Sure looks good to
me! Hey, hey, hey!" Tech's varsity
cheerleaders encouraged all Tech
fans to cheer the Titans to victory.
The varsity five with the help of
the reserves, never tailed to get the
fans' attention as they kneeled to
form their human pyramid. And it
was a breathless crowd that watched
the girls collapse to the floor, but
walk away unharmed. The group
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The T966-67 TiTan baskeTball Team
followed righT in The sTeps of lasT
year's STaTe Runner-up Team and
gave The Tech fans anoTher season of
Thrills. CompleTing The year wiTh a
23-4 record, The boys again Took The
SecTional crown, buT bowed ouT of
The enTicing sTaTe TournamenT aT The
hands of ShorTridge in The final game
The baskeTball season was a Thrill-
er from beginning To end as The ciTy
compeTiTion gave The TiTans reason
To be on The ball. ln The second game
of The schedule, Tech baTTled neck To
neck wiTh SouThporT Through one
overTime and finally beaT The souTh-
siders in The second overTime.
One of The mosT hearT-breaking
momenTs Tor TechiTes was The loss To
ShorTridge in The ciTy Tournamenf. IT
was The final game of The ciTy meeT
and The Teams were evenly maTched
for four quarTers. Three overTimes
laTer, ShorTridge came ouT on Top, de-
feaTing The TiTans 82-77. The follow-
Tilan couch Jack Bradford's changing expressions reflecT The many moods of a hardwood coach,
ThoughTful, confident, nervous, disgusTed.
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Jumping high above Their opponenis, Jim Price T301 and NaThan AppleTon reach for The ball.
ing week, Tech again played ShorT-
ridge and Took revenge on The Blue
Devils by beaTing Them 67-54.
In secTional compeTiTion, Tech de-
feaTed Broad Ripple who earlier in
The season had beaT The TiTans by
one poinT. Afiucks and WashingTon
Then fell To The TiTans and anoTher
SecTional TiTle belonged To Tech. The
following week-end in Regionals
Tech Trounced Plainfield buT was ouT-
scored by ShorTridge in The evening
game as The Tech players couldn'T
find The buckeT for an enTire half.
The highesT scoring average for
The Team belonged To Gerald Sears,
and following close behind was Jim
Price. Doing a sTrong iob of rebound-
ing was senior Ross Furry and under-
classmen NaThan AppleTon and Ro-
land Richardson. All The boys on The
Team played To win, and iT was evi-
denT as The TiTans, under Coach Jack
Bradford, kepT up ThaT winning Tra-
Tech rabs secfionalsg
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Danny Pride, Edward Glass, Ray Roark. Second row: Trainer Howard Ross Furry, Dennis Korres, Jerry Dockery, Coach .lack Bradford.
has Q -4 season record
The Titans listen to Coach Bradford quietly during half-time and then return to the floor for more
exciting action. Ross Furry takes the rebound as Jim Price looks on in this game against Howe.
Foul shots were essential to Tech victories.
The Titans work The bull against cz sticky Soufhport defense.
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Tech gymnasium crowded with fans
to see the Titan teams in action.
There to greet them was the reserve
team, hustling up and down the
hardwood with their competition. The
reservers played before the varsity
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wins and seven losses, lout they
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gressed. Behind the boys, as their
chief adviser was Coach Carl Me-
Net reserve wins balance losses
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die, Tony Hillman. Second row: Coach Carl Meditch, Billie Taylor, Willie Hawthorne, James Lewis,
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Freshman Basketball Front row Roger Stark Charles Coleman, Fred Luten, manager. Third row:
head manager Danny Nooe Ronald Mason Jack Mike Willivms. l'leV1"Y CUVTEF, Kyle Fort, Tom
Harmon James Thompson Second row Chester Hickey, James DOr1ElSOl'1, COOCl'1 Ernest Cline.
Frosh chalk fast bucket season
Competition was plentiful as the
freshman hardwooders had a hard
time convincing several teams that
they weren't losers.
It was Coach Ernest Cline's job to
choose his players from the many
that tried to make the team, and
then to mold them into an organized
ball-club. Several boys advanced
to the reserve team before the
season was over. For them next
year could hold another step up the
ladder as Tech athletes.
Darla nd, Marsha Shewman.
Frosh Cheerleaders: Susie Cutchaw, Linda Rhinehart Linda Chapman Karen
Titan trophies: State Basketball Runner-up,
1966, City Track Champ, 1966i Howe Invita-
tional Wrestling Champ, 1966.
Athletes. fans bring honor to Tech
Many factors characterize the Ath-
letic Department at Tech. The out-
standing athletes and their will to
compete are the major assets, but
other items complete the picture:
hardworking coaches, always behind
the boys, the high-spirited school
body cheering for victory, the maior-
ettes, pep band, and cheerleaders
devoting their time and talents to
the athletic events.
The reward is great for all. The
trophies pictured on this page are
only symbolic of the Titan victories.
It's a great honor to receive such
awards. But the school spirit, deep
pride, and feeling of having ac-
complished something far exceed
the value of the trophies.
Along with victory, is defeat. To
accept defeat in a good, sportsman-
like manner is an accomplishment,
The Sectional Championship at Hinkle Fieldhouse tell to the T967 Basketball Team. Back at the Tech
gym after the game, team members Jerry Dockery, Ross Furry, and Jim Price and Coach Bradford
enjoy their victory at a special pep rally.
The Class of '67 was organized in The spring
of 1966 when the torch was passed from one
senior class To The next, Right: Danna I-Iant,
'66, passes The Torch to Jeffrey McAtee and
Janice Talbert, representatives of The Class of
Middle: Seniors march to that final moment
when they will become graduates of Tech
Bottom: Seniors modeling their academic gowns
are Fred Bonnet, Brenda Hightower, Jim Mc-
Cormicl-A, Gary Rott, and Mary Stuart.
As The sun rises over The compus,
symbolizing The beginning of cidult
life, Bonnie Fuller gncl Jim McCor-
mick of The clcxss of '67 pouse for ci
lost remembrance of oloys of Tech.
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Bob Brewer Kathy Borden
Janine Fogleman Louis Clark Bill Funke
Michael S. Hickey Becky Hill James Handy
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Gerald Sears Janet L. Plummer
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Vicki A. Austin
Jerry L. Backus
Lela A. Bagby
Joyce L. Barker
Nancy A. Barlow
Gary W. Barr
Brenda Ann Bishop
Fred C. Bonnet
Hollie Allen Boyd
Patti Ann Brenson
Kerry L. Brinkley
Charles E. Brown
Stephen V. Brown
Mary Ann Bryant
Carolyn S, Bunnell
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Atee sternly keeps order in
Roll Room 7. Center: Linda
Monroe clowns with Jeff Men-
tis, Bottom: Studying doesn't
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Stella F. Burris
Martha Jane Burse
Elizabeth A. Cabell
Randy L. Cagle
Joyce E. Campbell
Doris L. Chappell
Charles K. Chris
Relis D. Cline Jr.
Jerry L. Coe
Connie E. Collins
Glenn R. Collins
Mary Paula Collins
Patricia Lou Collins
Larry W. Cook
Susan A. Cook
Jerry D. Cooper
Janet G. Copas
Marilyn J. Copeland
Rebecca Joan Corley
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Linda S. Davis
Paul C. Davis
Brian S. Dean
Patricia Sue Duncan
Michael E. Elliott
Floyd L. Evans
Rose Marie Evans
Judy C. Farley
Norman Ray Farrior
Claudia J. Floerke
Ernest Lee Foley
Mary C. Franklin
Terry L. Franklin
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Carol Jean Gregory
James W. Griffin
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Participation in the 1967 National Scholastic Arts Awards Contest, spon-
sored in Indianapolis by L. S. Ayres and Company and the Indianapolis
Star, netted awards for several Techites. Ron Foster received a Gold
Key from Wilmer Counts at the ceremony lbelowl for the photograph
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Stephen L. Harvey
Jackie H. Hassenzahl
Otis M. Hasty
Cynthia B. Herbert
Sherri L. Hessman
Becky L. Hiatt
Marketta J. Hines
Gloria J. Hockman
Roger Alan Holder
Carrie N. Hollowell
Larry M. Holtsclaw
Leon F. Howard
Denver D. Howlett
Linda S. Hudson
Raymond E. Hull
Lorraine Arm Hunt
Elaine A. Illey
William H. Ingram
Brenda A. Jackson
Michael T. James
Judith A. Johnson
Robert L. Jones
Carolyn L. Jordan
Charles W. Jordan
Dennis J. Jordan
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Mentis presents an Arsenal Cannon yearbook to the 1966 recipient,
Cherry Creek High School.
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the honor of being a runner-up in the ninth annual
National Council of Teachers of English Awards
program. Miss Gertrude lnsley, contest chairman,
presents the certificate to Jeff.
Keeping up on current events, Susan Newell pre-
pares for participation in the Hearst Senate Youth
Right: Anne Stewart's accomplishments were recog-
nized by the DAR Citizenship Award.
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Beverly J. Leveque
Stephen F. Light
Diana L. Livingston
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Basketball Queen and went on to rule as
Tech's Basketball Queen of Queens.
Above: ln an all-chool election Becky Hiatt was
chosen to represent her school in the Indian-
apolis Christmas Parade as Tech's Princess of
Top: Senior Becky Hill ruled over the November
4 Homecoming Game festivities. Above: As the
Concert Orchestra's candidate, Doris Asberry
served as Mardi Gras queen early in October.
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Doris' face records the excitement, surprise and thrill of being elected Mardi Gras queen as Student
Activities Director Robert Meyer announces the 1966 royalty.
Joe E. Mason
Charles E. Mathes
Marilyn B. Maxwell
Linda F. Mayes
Larry D. Mays
Carol J. Meade
Stephen L. Meid
Sarah L. Merrifield
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Above right: Prom Chairman Jim Jacobs counts the coathangers
that the junior SAO Board members collected to finance the
dance. Right: The exciting hard work of decorating the Cafe-
teria for the Prom falls partly to balloonman Bill Devitt. Above:
All plans completed, the Junior Prom was presented on May 7.
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room, Carl Pearson ltopl and Dick Sexson mount
ladders to decorate the ceiling.
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Sharon D. Mimms
Donald G. Mitchell
Charlotte M. Mosley
Robert L. T. Mosley
Carol J. Noakes
Leo D. Odom
Jacquelyn D. Owens
Mary Lynn Pfeiffer
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Daze at the Homecoming game against Arlington. Below: Winning first
place for their homecoming float, these Techites represented Roll Room 300.
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Knights. McClary, and Ron Morris, man Roll Room 7's float.
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Linda Kay Reeves
Tommie Lee Reives
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Senior Picnic Committee-Front row: Linda Heitz-
man, Chris Petree, Susan Bunnell. Second row:
Rita Corrado, Clyde Tittle, Libby McEvoy.
Senior Scholarship Committee-Front row: Marcia Montgomery, Jeffrey
McAtee, Rita Corrado. Second row: Nancy Adams, Susan Newell, Dianna
Roberts. Third row: Jeffrey Mentis, Cheryl Harding, Lorraine Hunt, Linda
Davis. Above right: Representatives of the Scholarship Committee pre-
sent the Block and Gavel to Roll Room 300, awarded to the senior roll
room with the highest grade point average.
Q Convocation Committee: Jim Sutton, George Eads, Cheryl Harding,
Juanita Silvey, Tom Mattingly, Fred Bonnet.
Below left: Cap and Gown Committee-
Front row: Deborah Moody, Mike Abbott,
Sylvia Taylor. Back row: Chris Chronis,
Gary Ray. Below right: Vespers Committee
-Front row: Diana Roberts, Lorraine Hunt,
Dianna Caldwell. Back row: Jerry Dockery,
Jim Soltau, Steve Meid.
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Arthur E. Simpson
Christian E. Sipf
Donna Lee Smith
Robert D. Smith
William B. Smith
William H. Smith
Sharon R. Sparks
Jo Ann Steele
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Marcia Montgomery, Becky Hill, lris Williams, Janice Talbert. Second row:
Steven Brown, William Devitt, Marcia Bowers, William Funke.
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Betty J. Trotter
Janice E. Wallick
Wanda J. Walters
David R. Waltman
C. Stephen Waltman
Matthew E. Wand
Ora Lee Webb
Charles E. Weber
Jerry E. Welch
Lee Ann Wendel
James A. Whitfield
Herbert L. Williams
Thomas E. Williams
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Susan Harvey, Susan Newell, Co-commander Cheryl Hard
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Gary Rott, Gerald Sears, Juanita Silvey, James Soltau
Anne Stewart. Third row: Principal Howard Longshore,
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Class ol 1967
ABBOTT, MICHAEL J.: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Football, Basketball.
ADAMS, NANCY A.: English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! Thespians, NFL, Drama-Speech Club,
Quill and Scroll, Speech Team, Cannon Weekly
Staff, Melodayres, Techoir.
ADAMS, SUSAN J.: Business Education, English, Social
ADAMS, WILLIAM RICHARD: English, Music! Boys
Octette, Techoir, Boys Concert Club, Concert Band,
ALBRIGHT, LORRY KAY: Business Education, English.
ALLEN, RITA ELAINE: English, Home Economics, So-
AMATO, JAMES VINCENT: Electrical Trades, English,
AINLDERSON, PAULETTE MARIE: English, Social Stu-
ARMSTRONG, CLIFFORD ARNOLD: Electrical Trades,
ARNETT, MAHLON RONNIE: Auto-Aviation, English!
National Science Club.
ARTIST, ROSELYN: English, Home Economics.
ASBERRY, DORIS SUE: Business Education, English,
gacgal Studies! Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert
AUSTIN, VICKI ANN: Business Education, English,
BACKUS, JERRY LEE: Art, English, Social Studies!
BAGBY, LELA ARNETT: Business Education, English,
SAO Executive Board, Music Club.
BAKER, ALAN KEITH: Auto-Aviation, English Mathe-
matics, Social Studies.
BAKER, JOYCE ANN: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies.
BAKER, RONALD LEWIS: English, Printing! Letter-
men's Club, Football, Track, Basketball.
BALL, PERRY ARNOLD: Business Education, English,
BARE, JOHN THOMAS IToml: Auto-Aviation, English,
BARGER, JESSE JOE: English, Social Studies.
BARKER, JOYCE LYNN: Business Education, English,
BARKER, NANCY L.: Business Education, English,
Home Economics, Social Studies.
BARLOW, NANCY ANN: English, Home Economics!
Girls Concert Club.
BARR, GARY WAYNE: Auto-Aviation, English, Social
Studies! Natural Science Club.
BARRETT, JOHN WAYNE: Auto-Aviation, English,
BARRINGER, SHIRLEY A.: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! Future Nurses Club, Y-Teens, High
School Red Cross Club, CANNON agent.
BARTHOLOMEW, DIANNA: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics! Canon agent.
BATES, DONNA KAY: English, Home Economics,
BAUGH, RONALD LEE: English, Social Studies.
BECK, STEVEN E.: English, Social Studies! Letter-
men's Club, Football.
BEEM, JOHN J.: Auto-aviation, English! Chess Club.
BEMIS, MICHAEL DALE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Future Teachers
of America, Service Club, Baseball Basketball,
BENDER, PAUL DONALD: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Cannon agent.
BENNETT, GREGORY ROBERT: Auto-Aviation, English.
BERRY, CHESTER LAMAR: English, Science! Basket-
BERRYMAN, DAVID WAYNE: English, Mathematics,
BICKLEY, STEVE R.: Business Education, English.
BIRGE, JOHN EDGAR: Business Education, Electrical
BISHOP, BRENDA ANNE: English, Music, Social Stu-
dies! Music Club, Spanish Club, Techoir.
BLOOM, CAROL ANN: Business Education, English,
BLUE, DWIGHT PHILLIP: English, Social Studies!
BLUITT, EDDIE: Auto-Aviation, English! Football.
BOLAN, LORETTA GAIL: English, Science.
BONDS, ELIZABETH ANN: Business Education, En-
glish, Mathematics, Social Studies! Music Club.
BONNET, FREDERICH C. III: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Cannon Yearbook Staff.
BORDEN, KATHRYN MARY: Business Education, En-
glish, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies! German Club, Future Teachers of America.
BORGAN, TERRY LOUIS: Building Trades, English.
BOWERS, DANIEL ROBERT CDANNYJ: Electrical Trades,
BOWERS, MARCIA KAY: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Future Teachers of America, Messenger.
BOWMAN, CHESTER ORVAL: English, Social Studies!
BOWMAN, LEE JOSEPH: Business Education, English!
Football, Cross Country, Baseball.
BOWMAN, MERLE LEE: Building Trades, English.
BOWMAN, RONALD L.: Auto-Aviation, English.
BOYD, JAMES HANSFORD: English, Mathematics,
BOYKIN, RUBY M.: English, Home Economics, Social
Studies! Y-Teens, High School Red Cross Club.
BRENNER, RONALD LEE: English, Social Studies!
Chemistry-Physics Club, Lettermen's Club ROTC
Officers, Football, Boys' Concert Club, Cannon
BRENSON, PATRICIA ANN: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Natural Science Club, High
School Red Cross, Y-Teens.
BREWER, ROBERT LOUIS: Drafting, English, Social
BRIDWELL, RONALD LEE: English, Metal Trades!
Chemistry-Physics Club, Drama-Speech Club, Na-
tural Science Club.
BRIGHT, SUSAN KAY: English, Social Studies! XYZ
Club, Service Club.
BRINKLEY, KENT LEAN: Auto-Aviation, English! Ten-
BRINKLEY, KERRY LYNN: English, Music, Social Stu-
dies! Future Nurses Club, G.A.A., Concert Or-
BRINKMAN, BETTY J.: Business Education, English,
BRITT, RITA DARNELL: Business Education, English,
BROADUS, LAWRENCE JR.: Building Trades, English!
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
BROOKS, LOUISE MARIE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
BROWN, CHARLES E.: Electrical Trades, English.
BROWN, DONALD: English, Mathematics, Social Stu-
dies! Chemistry-Physics Club, Drama-Speech Club,
History Club, Chess Club, Spanish Club, Techoir,
Boys Concert Club, Concert Band.
BROWN, JIMMY: Drafting, English, Mathematics.
BROWN, MADELINE JOY: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies.
BROWN, STEVEN MICHAEL: Building Trades, English,
BROWN, STEPHEN VINCENT: English, Printing, Social
BRUMMETT, JANET K.: Business Education, English!
BRYANT, MARY ANN: Business Education, English,
BUCHANAN, DONALD E.: English, Printing! Key
Club, DCE Club, Wrestling.
BUNNELL, CAROLYN SUE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! SAO Executive Board.
BURGETT, GREGORY V.: English, Science.
BURNS, MARY ANN: English, Home Economics! Dra-
BURRIS, STELLA FRANCES: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
BURSE, MARTHA JANE: Business Education, English,
BURTON, CYNTHIA LOUISE: English, Music, Social
Studies, Music Club, Service Club, High School
Red Cross Club, Girls Concert Club, Cannon agent.
BUSIC, RANDALL STEVEN: English, Social Studies!
History Club, Spanish Club, Service Club.
BYERS, JUANITA: English, Home Economics! GAA,
Girls Concert Club.
BYRD, BRADLEY ALAN: English, Mathematics, Music,
Science, Social Studies, Drama-Speech Club, Thes-
pians, Techoir, Concert Orchestra, Concert Band.
CABBELL, EDWARD WINSTON: Auto-Aviation, En-
glish, Social Studies! Wrestling, Football, Track.
CABBELL, STEPHANIE RUTH: English, Home-Econ-
CABELL, ELIZABETH ANN: English, Home Economics,
CABLE, MICHAEL JAMES: Auto-Aviation, English.
CAGER, AGNES MAE: English, Home Economics!
CAGLE, CHARLOTTE E.: English, Home Economics.
CAGLE, RANDAL LEE: Drafting, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Wrestling.
CALDWELL, DIANNA LEE: English, Home Economics,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Music Club, Techoir,
CANATSEY, WILLIAM GERALD: English, Social Stu-
dies! Cannon agent, Cross Country.
CAMPBELL, JOYCE ELAINE: English, Home Economics.
CAREY, MARCELLA J.: English, Home Economics.
CARNEY, DAVID LEE: Electrical Trades, English.
CARPENTER, FREDDY D.: Building Trades, English,
Social Studies! German Club.
CARPENTER, JACQUELINE: Business Education, En-
CARTER, MARY L.: Business Education, Social Studies!
CARTER, SHARON MARIE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Y-Teens.
CASEY, MARY ANN: Art, English, Mathematics, So-
CASSERLY, GARY LEE: Business Education, English,
CATELLIER, CAROLYN SUE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
CAUDLE, VIOLA PRICILLA: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics, Social Studies.
CAVANAUGH, GREGORY: Drafting, English, Social
Studies! History Club, Chess Club, Service Club.
CHAMBERS, KENNETH WARREN: English, Metal
Trades! French Club, History Club, Radio Club,
Football, Basketball, Baseball.
CHAMBERS, ROSCOE BUCHANON JR. Ill: Building
Trades, English! Basketball, Boys Concert, Concert
Band, Music Club.
CHAPMAN, NANCY ELAINE: English, Home Eco-
nomics, Mathematics! Techoir, Girls Ensemble, SAO
Fun fest of the year, Sadie Hawkins Night
marks the end of the basketball season ond
provides seniors their moments of mod merri-
CHAPPELL, DORIS LEE: Business Education, English,
CHILDRESS, SANTHA LEVELL: English, Science.
CHRIS, CHARLES KENNETH: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Social Studies.
CHRONIS, CHRIS STEPHEN: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club,
German Club, Tennis, Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
CLARK, BONNIE MAE: Business Education, English,
CLARK, LOUIS ROBERT: Auto-Aviation, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Ser-
vice Club, Football, Wrestling, Cannon agent.
CLARY, SANDRA LOUISE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! DCE Club.
CLELLAND, ROBERT LAWRENCE: English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Key Club.
CLINE, BONNITA ANNE: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! GAA.
CLINE, RELIS DEMPSEY II: Business Education, En-
glish, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Na-
tural Science Club.
COE, JERRY LEE: Electrical Trades, English, Social
COFFEY, DAVID LAWRENCE: English, Metal Trades.
COIEEAIQAN, JERROLD EDGAR: Building Trades, En-
g is .
COLLESTER, BRUCE: Drating, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! DCE Club, Natural Science Club.
COLLINS, CONNIE E.: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! Girls Concert Club.
COLLINS, GLENN R.: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Natural Sci-
ence Club, Service Club, History Club, Spanish
Club, Wrestling, Cannon agent, Speech Team.
COLLINS, JERRY MITCHELL: English, Metal Trades,
Social Studies! Cannon agent.
COLLINS, MARY ELIZABETH: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Spanish Club.
COLLINS, MARY PAULA: Art, English, Social Studies!
Art Club, Cannon Weekly Staff.
COLLINS, PATRICIA L.: Business Education, English,
Foreign Language, Social Studies.
COLTER, PATSY DIAN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! History Club, Library Assistant.
COMPTON, BEVERLY: Business Education, English,
CONNER, LUCIAN GERRY: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies.
CONRY, MARY B.: English, Home Economics.
COOK, ALICE: English, Social Studies.
COOK, LARRY WAYNE: Auto-Aviation, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Track, Cross Country,
COOK, SUSAN A.: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! High School Red Cross Club,
SAO Executive Board.
COOPER, JERRY DALE: English, Mathematics, Social
COOPERWOOD, CLAUDETTE: English, Home Eco-
COPAS, JANET GAY: Business Education, English,
COPELAND, MARILYN J.: English, Foreign Language,
Science, Social Studies.
CORK, HENRY HAYDEN JR.: Auto-Aviation, English!
CORLEY, REBECCA JOAN: Business Education, En-
glish! Service Club.
CORRADO, RITA A.: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! French Club, Concert
Orchestra, Cannon Weekly Staff.
COTTON, GERALDINE: English, Home Economics,
COURTNEY, LINDA: Business Education, English, So-
COURTNEY, RONALD CHARLES: Business Education,
English, Social Studies! Golf, Tennis.
COWGER, LINDA: English, Social Studies.
COX, CARY: English, Mathematics, Science, Social
Studies! Key Club, History Club, Concert Band.
CRAIGHEAD, GARY: Art, English.
CRANDALL, MARILYN FAITH: Business Education,
BOYD, Home ALLEN: English, Social studies. Boafd- English-
CROSS, LILLIE MAE: English, Social Studies! NFL,
High School Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, Girls
Concert Club, Debate Team.
DALTON, MARY: Business Education, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Cannon agent.
DAVIS, DAMON HUBERT: English, Printing.
DAVIS, EDMOND P.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Track, Wrestling, Boys Con-
Cent Club, Techoir.
DAVIS, GLORIA: English, Home Economics! Future
Nurses Club, High School Red Cross Club, Y-Teens.
DAVIS, LINDA SUSAN: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! History Club, German
DAVIS, PAUL CRAIG: English, Social Studies! Na-
tural Science Club, Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
DAVIS, VIOLET JEAN: English, Home Economics!
GfAA, Future Nurses Club, High School Red Cross
DAWSON, STEPHANIE LOIS: English, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies.
DEAN, BRIAN STANTON: Building Trades, English.
DEARMIN, JULIA BELL: Art, English, Social Studies.
DECKER, DEBRA ANN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Natural Science Club, DCE Club.
DECKER, MAX D.: Auto-Aviation, English, Social
DELK, NENA SUE: English, Home Economics, Social
DEVITT, WILLIAM J.: English, Social Studies, Letter-
men's Club, Key Club, Football, Techoir, Boys Oc-
tette, Golf, Wrestling.
DICKERSON, MILTON: Art, English.
DILDINE, HERBERT STEVE: English, Social Studies!
Lettermen's Club, Wrestling, Football.
DILLAHAY, TERRY: Auto-Aviation, English, Social
DINKINS, CHARLES WILLIAM: English, Social Stu-
dies! Concert Band.
DISHMAN, GENE B.: English, Printing! Service
DIXOJN, STEPHEN: AutcrBody, English, Social Studies!
DOAN, DANNY EUGENE: English, Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Key Club, Quill and Scroll, Cross
Coigcttry, Track, Melodayres, Techoir, Cannon Weekly
DOBBS, LORRA: Business Education, English, Social
DOCKERY, JERRY: Drafting, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Key Club, Basketball, Techoir,
Baseball, Concert Band, Cannon agent.
DONOGHUE, KATHLEEN: English, Home Economics.
DORSEY, HENRY: Art, English, Science! Art Club,
SAO Executive Board.
DOTSON, ROBERTA: English, Home Economics.
DOWNING, LINDA: English, Home Economics, Social
Studies! ROTC Sponsor, Cannon agent.
DRINKUT, GARY: English, Mathematics.
DUERSON, VALARIE: Englsh, Home Economics.
DUNCAN, PATRICIA SUE: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics, Social Studies.
DURBIN, VIRGINIA: Business Education, English,
EADS, GEORGE: Auto-Aviation, English, Science!
Drama-Speech Club, Thespians, NFL, Speech Team.
EALY, JESSIE LEWIS: English, Mathematics, Metal
Trades, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Football,
Track, SAO Executive Board, Human Relations
ELLIOT, FRANCES: English.
ELLIOTT, MICHAEL: Electrical Trades, English.
ELLISON, RUBY: Business Education, English.
ENLOW, ARTHUR: Electrical Trades, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Wrestling.
ESAREY, CAROL: Business Education, English, Foreign
Language, Mathematics, Social Studies! FTA, Ger-
man Club, Drama-Speech.
EVANS, FLOYD: English, Printing! Lettermen's Club,
Football, Basketball, Track.
EVANS, MARIE: Business Education, English.
FARLEY, JUDY: Business Education, English, Social
FARRAL, WILMA: English, Home Economics! Girls
Concert Club, Cannon agent.
FARRIOR, NORMAN RAY: Auto-Aviation, English.
FIELDS, MARVIN CHARLES: Building Trades, English,
FISSE, FRANK PATRICK: English, Social Studies.
FLEMING, AUSTIN, JR.: Electrical Trades, English,
Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Baseball.
FLETCHER, ANDREW: English, Social Studies.
FLOERKE, CLAUDIA, J.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club.
FLOERKE, DONALD LEE: Building Trades, English!
Chess Club, Natural Science Club, Chemistry-
Physics Club, Basketball, Football, Tennis.
FOGLEMAN, JANINE GAYE: English, Social Studies!
GAA, Drama-Speech Club, Maiorettes, Cannon Year-
book Staff, Cannon agent.
FOGLEMAN, JOHNNY: English.
FOGLESON, ANNA KATHRYN: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Social Studies! German Club, FTA, Drama-
Speech Club, Melodayres, ,Techoir, Girls Concert
Club, Debate Team, Speech Team.
FOLEY, ERNEST LEE: English, Science, Social Studies.
FOSTER, RONALD E.: English, Social Studies! Key
Club, Concert Band, Cannon Yearbook Staff.
FOUGEROUSSE, NICHOLAS DAVID: Art, English.
FOWLER, JOE: Building Trades, English.
FRANKLIN, DARRYL: Business Education, English.
FRANKLIN, MADELYN C.: Business Education, English.
FRANKLIN, MARY CATHERINE: English, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies.
FRANKLIN, TERRY L.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! DCE Club, High School Red Cross
FRANTZRED, JUDY ANN: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! XYZ Club, Service
Club, High School Red Cross Club.
FRAZIER, PAULA ELIZABETH: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Home Economics, Social Studies! Spanish
Club, GAA, Service Club, Cannon agent.
FROST, FAYE: Business Education, English, Social
Studies! XYZ Club, Service Club, Cannon agent.
BONNIE, LOU FULLER: Business Education, English,
Home Economics, Social Studies.
FUNKE, WILLIAM RUSSELL: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Key Club, Lettermen's
FURRY, ROSS D.: English, Social Studies! Lettermen's
Club, Key Club, Basketball, Techoir.
GAALEMA, PATRICIA R.: English, Home Economics.
GABBEI, WILLIAM LARRY: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
GANNON, JOHN STEPHEN: Auto-Aviation, English.
GARDNER, PAMELA JEAN: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics! Future Nurses Club.
GARDNER, PHYLLIS MARIE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
GAREY, VICKI JEAN: English, Home Economics.
GART2, JANICE EVONNE: Business Education, En-
g is .
GLASS, EDWARD: Building Trades, English! Cross
GLASSCOCK, IVAN LEE: Drafting, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club.
GLENN, MICHAEL JOHN: Drafting, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies.
GOODE, BERTHA ANN: Business Education, English,
GORDON, MARGARET FAY: English, Social Studies.
GOUGE, WILLIAM RAY: Electrical Trades, English!
Radio Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Natural Science
Club, Cannon Weekly Staff.
GOURLEY, MARGARET ANN: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics, Science.
GRANT, CHARLES MEADE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Boys Concert Club.
GRAVENS, FRANCES JOYCE: Business Education,
English, Social Studies.
GRAVES, JAMES MICHAEL: Auto-Aviation, English!
GRAVES, PHILIP GREGORY: Business Education, En-
glish! Basketball, Football, Track.
GRAY, WILLIAM JOSEPH: Building Trades, English,
Social Studies! Basketball, Baseball, Football.
GREEN, BONNIE GENE: English, Home Economics,
GREEN, DIANA: English, Social Studies.
GREEN, MELVIN RICHARD: Art, English.
GREEN, ORA MAE: Business Education, English.
GREENWELL, DAVID LEE: English, Printing! DCE
Club, Marching Band.
GREGORY, CAROL JEAN: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Music Club, High School Red
Cross Club, Techoir, Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon
GREIDER, MICHAEL: Auto-Aviation, English! Radio
Club, History Club, High School Red Cross Club,
GRIFFIN, JAMES W.: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Concert Band, Cannon Weekly Staff, Con-
GRIFFITH, REBECCA: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Cannon Yearbook Staff.
GRIMES, GREGORY: Business Education, English, So-
GRIMES, STEVEN L.: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! SAO Executives Board, Cannon Weekly
Staff, ROTC Officers.
GROSS, DAVID: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
GROSS, VELMA SUE: English, Social Studies.
GRUBBS, MICHAEL LYNN: English, Social Studies.
GULLEY, ROBERT EUGENE: English, Metal Trades.
GULLION, LINDA: English, Home Economics, Social
Studies! Spanish Club, Music Club, Techoir.
GUTHRIE, JOYCE: English, Mathematics.
HALCOMB, GARY L.: English, Social Studies.
HALL, CLEOPHAS, JR.: Drafting, English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Track, Wrestling.
HALL, DEBRA LOU: English, Social Studies.
HAMBY, GINA: Art, English, Foreign Language, Sci-
ence, Social Studies! Art Club.
HAMMOND, BARRY: Electrical Trades, English, Social
Studies! Lettermen's Club, Wrestling, Cannon agent.
HANDY, JAMES C.: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Key Club, DCE Club, Cross Coun-
try, Track, Techoir, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
HANNON, DARRELL: Electrical Trades, English! Radio
HARDESTY, FLOYD CALVIN ll: English, Social Stud-
ies! Lettermen's Club, Wrestling, Boys Octette,
HARDING, BARBARA L.: Business Education, English!
Cannon Weekly Staff.
HARDING, CHERYL ANN: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Quill and Scroll, High
School Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, SAO Execu-
tive Board, Cannon Weekly Staff, Girls Ensemble,
Techoir, Human Relations Committee.
HARMESON, PATRICK A.: English, Social Studies!
French Club, Boys Concert Club.
HARPER, VONDA: English.
HARRIS, JOHN: Building Trades, English.
HARRIS, LORIN: English, Printing, Social Studies!
DCE Club, Cross Country.
HARRIS, LYNDA C.: Business Education, English, So-
HARRIS, MARY ANN: Business Education, English,
HARTWELL, CORA: English, Science, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club.
HARVEY, STEPHEN LENN: Art, English, Social
Studies! Football, Track, Wrestling.
HARVEY, SUSAN ELIZABETH: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club, Ser-
vice Club, SAO Executive Board, Cheerleader,
HASSENZAHL, JACQUELINE: English, Social Studies.
HASTY, OTIS M. JR.: Drafting, English, Foreign
Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club.
HECKMAN, BRUCE R.: English.
HEDDERICH, SHARON KAY: English, Home Eco-
HEITZMAN, LINDA J.: English, Home Economics,
Mathematics, Social Studies.
HELDMAN, GLENN: English, Social Studies.
HELFFERICH, N. SAMUEL: English, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club, Football.
HENRY, KAREN A.: Business Education, English,
Home Economics, Social Studies.
HERBERT, CYNTHIA B.: Business Education, English,
HESSMAN, SHERRI L.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, High School Red
HIATT, REBECCA L.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, Cannon agent.
HICKEY, MICHAEL S.: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Key Club, Lettermen's Club, SAO
Executive Board, Baseball, Basketball.
HICKS, CAROL SUE: Business Education, English.
HICKS, JANET LEE: Business Education, English, So-
cial Studies, DCE Club.
HIGHTOWER, BRENDA J.: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
HILL, ARTHUR L.: English, Shop.
HILL, EARL J.: Building Trades, English! Football,
HILL, LARRY WAYNE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Boys Concert Club.
HILL, REBECCA: English, Social Studies! Music Club,
High School Red Cross Club, Art Club, Cheer-
leaders, Girls Ensemble, Techoir.
HINES, MARKETTA: Business Education, English, So-
HIRSCHY, ROBERT: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! XYZ Club, German Club, ROTC
Drill Team, ROTC Officers.
HISELMAN, NORMAN: Electrical Trades, English,
Foreign Language! German Club, Football, ROTC
Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team.
HOCKMAN, GLORIA J.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Cannon Yearbook Staff, Quill and
Scroll, Natural Science Club.
HOGAN, LIBBY VERNAYE: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club, Ma-
iorettes, Techoir, Girls Concert Club.
HOLDER, ROGER ALAN: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Music Club,
Football, SAO Executive Board, Techoir, Track.
HOLLOWELL, CARRIE: English, Home Economics!
Future Nurses Club, History Club, Music Club,
Girls Concert Club.
HOLMES, MARY: English, Home Economics, Social
HOLTSCLAW, LARRY: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Radio Club.
HON, TOM SCOTT: Art, English, Social Studies.
HORTON, BARBARA: English, Home Economics, So-
cial Studies! GAA, Y-Teens, Spanish Club.
HOWARD, DUANE: Building Trades, English.
HOWARD, LEON: Building Trades, English, Social
HOWLETT, DENVER D.: Building Trades, English.
HOYT, CHRISTINA: English, Home Economics.
HUBBARD, DENNIS: English, Printing.
HUBER, MARGARET: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! Concert Orchestra.
HUDSON, GLENDELL: Drafting, English, Mathematics.
HUDSON, LINDA S.: Business Education, English,
HUDSON, VERNON: English, Metal Trades! Music
Club, Radio Club.
HULL, RAYMOND: Business Education, English, Social
HUNT, LORRAINE ANN: English, Music, Social Stud-
ies! Girls Ensemble, Techoir.
HYLTON, JAMES EARL: English, Shop, Social Studies!
ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Drill Team.
ILLEY, ELAINE ANNETE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Girls Concert Club, Techoir.
IMEL, GRANT CHESTER: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club, Lettermen's
Club, Football, Techoir, SAO Executive Board.
INGALLS, MICKIE: Art, English.
INGALLS, TOM: English, Metal Trades, Social
INGRAM, WILLIAM H.: Building Trades, English.
IRBY, BERNESTINE: Business Education, English, Home
IRELAND, FLOYD: English, Science, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club, Chess Club.
JACKSON, BRENDA: English, Home Economics.
JACKSON, STELLA JEAN: Business Education, English.
JACKSON, STEVEN WALLACE: English, Mathematics.
JACKSON, SUE CAROL: English, Home Economics.
JACOBS, JAMES EDWARD: English, Science, Social
Studies! Key Club, Boys Octette, SAO Execu-
tive Board, Cannon Yearbook Staff.
JAMES, CHARLES JR.: English, Metal Trades, Social
Studies! History Club, Chemistry-Physics Club,
Frenah Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff, Football,
JAMES, CHERYL J.: English, Home Economics.
JAMES, DARRELL JOE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Concert Band, Key Club.
JAMES, MICHAEL TODD: Art, English! Art Club,
JEFFERSON, DEBRA ALEXIS: Business Education,
English, Social Studies.
JEFFERSON, WILLIAM BRADLEY: English, Foreign
Language, Mathematics! Spanish Club.
JETT, SUSAN KAY: English, Mathematics, Social
JOBE, GERALD RAYMOND: English, Social Studies.
JOHNSON, ANNA LUCILLA: Art, English.
JOHNSON, DONNA MARIE: Business Education,
English, Home Economics! Twirlers, Maiorettes.
JOHNSON, JACQUELINE: English, Social Studies.
JOHNSON, JANICE ELAINE: Business Education,
English, Social Studies.
JOHNSON, JUDITH ANN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, High School Red
Cross Club, Cheerblock.
JOHNSON, JUDITH ELAINE: Business Education,
JOHNSON, RICHARD LEWIS: Building Trades,
JOHNSON, RUSSELL MEREDITH: Building Trades,
JONES, BEVERLY ANN: English, Social Studies, Girls
Concert Club, Cannon Weekly Staff.
JONES, MENTHA LEE: English, Home Economics.
JONES, ROBERT LEE JR.: English, Social Studies.
JONES, SHAWNEE JONES: Businescs Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Maiorettes, SAO Board, Girls
JONES, SHERRIE ALLENE: Business Education, En-
glish! Service Club, High School Red Cross Club.
JORDAN, CAROLYN LEE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Cannon Weekly Staff.
JORDAN, CHARLES WILLIAM: Electrical Trades, En-
glish, Social Studies! Radio Club, Chemistry-Phys-
ics Club, Chess Club.
JORDAN, DENNIS JEFFRY: Electrical Trades, English,
Social Studies! Radio Club, Chess Club, Football.
JOVEN, JOSE CHARLES: English, Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies! Spanish Club, Natural Science
Sadie Hawkins Nlght is enlivened, as are all
home basketball games, by the inspired fool-
ery of the Pep Band.
JOYCE, JAMES ALLEN: English, Science Social Stud-
ies! Key Club, Wrestling.
JUNGE, ROBERT LEE: English, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club, German Club, Concert Band,
Wrestling, Concert Orchestra.
KAROL, KATHLEEN: English, Social Studies! NFL,
Thespians, Drama-Speech, Speech Team, Cannon
KARRES, DENNIS VON: Electrical Trades, English,
Social Studies! Basketball.
KASHON, JOYCE: Business Education, English.
KEESEE, LARRY LEE: English, Metal Trades.
KELLY, DORIS CAROL: English, Home Economics.
KELLY, RICHARD O"NEAL: English, Social Studies.
KERN, ELIZABETH ANN: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Natural Science Club, Drama-Speech Club,
Future Teachers of America, Girls Concert Club,
KERN, SYLVIA JEAN: English, Social Studies! Service
Club, Spanish Club.
KEUTZER, REBECCA LOISE IBECKYI: Business Educa-
KIDD, SUE ANN: English, Home Economics.
KIESEL, PATRICIA JANE: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! DCE Club.
KING, GARY LEROY: Auto-Aviation, English.
KIRBY, MARGARET SUZAN ISUZANI: English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies, Cannon Yearbook Staff,
KISSEE, SHARON LEE: Business Education, English,
KITCHENS, MICHAEL GARRY: English, Social Studies.
KNOX, DORIS: Art, English, GAA.
KRAMER, MICHAEL: Business Education, English,
Science! Service, ROTC Rifle Team, Golf.
KULIK, MICHAEL: English, Mathematics, Social Stud-
ies! Track, Wrestling, Cross Country.
LACEY, PAULA LOUISE: Business Education, English,
LAING, BECKY: Business Education, English, Home
Economics, Social Studies! Natural Science Club,
Drama-Speech Club, Service Club, Maiorettes.
LANE, DEBBI: English, Home Economics, Social
LANE, GARY: Art, English.
LANE, WILLIAM: English, Foriegn Language, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Music Club, French Club,
ROTC Officers, Melodayres, Techoir, Human Re-
lations Committee, Football, Wrestling, ROTC Drill
Team, ROTC Rifle Team.
LANGLOIS, ELLEN, English. ,
LASWELL, JO-ANN: Buisenss Education, English,
Home Economics, Social Studies.
LAWSON, TERESA: Business Education, English! Music
LEAVELL, EDDIE NELSON: Business Eduaction, En-
glish, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Football,
Baseball, Cannon agent.
LEDFORD, GERALD: Auto-Aviation, English! Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, Wrestling, Pep Band.
LEMONS, EDWARD: English, Metal Trades.
LESNET, CHARLES: Business Education, English.
LEVEQUE, BEVERLY: Business Eduaction, English,
LEWIS, EDWARD A.: Auto-Aviation, English, Social
LIGHT, STEPHEN F.: English, Printing, Social Studies.
LIMING, RICHARD ALLEN: Auto-Aviation, English!
LINDSEY, WILLIAM: English, Social Studies.
LIVERS, EVELYN: English, Social Studies.
LIVINGSTON, DIANA L.: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
LONG, G. ALAN: Building Trades, English, Social
Studies! Natural Science Club, Radio Club.
LOTT, SAMUEL: Building Trades, English.
LOWHORN, DANNY: English, Science, Social Studies!
Boys' Concert Club.
LUCAS, MARILYN SUE: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! GAA, Service Club,
ROTC Sponsors, Maiorettes, Cannon agent.
LUDWICK, GARY: Auto-Mechanics, English, Social
LUEDEMAN, JANET: English, Home Economics, So-
LUMPKIN, MICHAEL A.: English, Printing, Social
Studies! Future Printers.
LUND, PATRICIA: English, Home Economics! Future
Teachers of America, Y-Teens.
LYLE, BARBARA ANN: Art,- English, Social Studies.
LYLES, BRENDA FAY: Business Education, English,
LYNCH, FREDERICK M.: English, Science, Social
McATEE, JEFFREY L.: English, Foreign Language,
Music, Social Studies! Spanish Club, History Club,
Concert Band, Melodayres, Techoir.
MCCARTY, MARK: English, Printing.
MCCLARY, DIANA LYNN: Business Education, English,
Home Economics, Social Studies.
McCLARY, LINDA JOYCE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
MCCORD, MARGARET LOUISE: English, Social Stud-
ies! Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
MCCORMICK, JAMES LEO: Electrical Trades, English,
Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Baseball.
MCCORMICK, JOSEPH A.: English, Metal Trades.
McCUliLCaUGH, EUGENE MALCOLM: Auto-Aviation,
Eng is .
MCCURRY, MINNIE P.: English, Social Studies!
Art Club, Y-Teens.
McDONALD, FREDRICK GEORGE: Drafting, English!
Techoir, Boys Concert, Cannon agent.
McEVOY, LIBBIE ANNA: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Cannon agent.
McGEE, TAWANNA JEAN: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics, Social Studies.
McGILL, CHESTER L.: English, Metal Trades! Cross
Country, ROTC Drill Team.
MCGOWAN, JOE D.: Art, English.
MCINTIRE, MARK CLAUDE: English, Printing.
MCKINNEY, DONALD W.: Auto-Aviation, English,
McKlNNEY, LINDA L.: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! DCE Club, Service
Club, High School Red Cross Club, Cannon agent,
McKNIGHT, MARIANNE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Service Club, High School
Red Cross Club, Spanish Club.
MCPHBAIESON, MARCIA KAY: Business Education,
Eng is .
MADDEN, CELINA: English,'Home Economics.
MAHURIN, PATSY: English, Home Economics.
MALLORY, SHIRLEY ANN: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Spanish Club, Drama-Speech Club.
MALONE, BOBBY K.: English, Foreign Language, So-
cial Studies! German Club, History Club, Natural
Science Club, Wrestling.
MALONE, LINDA M.: Business Education, English.
MANSFIELD, GARY LEE: Auto-Aviation, English.
MANSFIELD, LINDA: Business Education, English,
MANSFIELD, WILLIAM C. JR.: Drafting, English, So-
cial Studies! Lettermen's Club, Service Club, Foot-
ball, Baseball, Wrestling.
MARKS, PHYLLIS ANN: Business Education, English!
Cannon Weekly Staff.
MARSH, GARY D.: Building Trades, English, Social
MARSHALL, PHILIP L.: English, Mathematics, Social
Marshall, Robert Lewis: English, Mathematics, Social
MARTIN, THOMAS E.: Electrical Trades, English.
MARTINDALE, CHARLES: Auto-Aviation, English, So-
MASON, JOE E.: English, Auto Body.
MATHES, CHARLES EDWARD: Art, English, Sci-
ence, Social Studies.
MATTINGLY, THOMAS T.: Art, English! Cannon
Yearbook Staff, Basketball.
MAURER, DONNA: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! DCE Club.
MAXWELL, MARILYN B.: Business Education En-
glish, Foreign Language! Y-Teens, Cannon Weekly
MAYES, LINDA FAYE: Business Education, English,
MAYS, LARRY DEWAYNE: Auto-Aviation, English!
Chemistry-Physics Club, German Club, History Club,
Football, Basketball, Track.
MEADE, CAROL JEAN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! History Club, Service Club.
MEID, STEPHEN L.: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, Thespians,
Music Club, Techoir.
MENTIS, JEFFREY W.: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! Music Club,
Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
MERRIFIELD, SARAH L.: Business Education, English,
MICHAEL, PATRICIA A.: Art, English, Music, Social
Studies! Music Club, Service Club, Art Club,
Drama-Speech Club, Techoir, Girls Ensemble,
MILLER, LAWRENCE L.: English, Printing! Future
Printers of America.
MILLER, RUTHANNE B.: English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! JCL, Service Club, Cannon agent.
MILLS, JOSEPH LYNN: English, Printing! ROTC Of-
MIMMS, SHARON DIANA: English, Home Economics.
MITCHELL, DONALD: English, Social Studies! JCL,
Natural Science Club.
MONDAY, WILLIAM RAY: Auto-Aviation, English!
Key Club, Natural Science Club, Service Club,
Basketball, Baseball, Football, Wrestling.
MONTGOMERY, MARCIA K.: Business Education, En-
glish, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social
Studies! XYZ Club, Service Club, Future Teachers
of America, High School Red Cross Club, ROTC
Sponsors, SAO Executive Board, Cannon Weekly
MONROE, LINDA DARLENE: English, Science! Service
Club, XYZ Club, Girls Concert Club, Cannon
MOODY, DEBORAH J.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! History Club, GAA, Future Teachers
of America, Melodayres, Techoir, Cannon agent.
MOORE, CHARLOTTE DEBORAH: English, Home
MOORE, HAROLD WAYNE: English, Mathematics,
MORGAN, DAVID A.: Electrical Trades, English,
MORRIS, RONALD J.: Electrical Trades, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Football.
MORTON, MARILYN CHRISTINE: Business Education,
English, Social Studies! French Club, Service Club,
Future Teachers of America.
MOSLEY, CHARLOTTE MARIE: Business Education, En-
glish Foreign Language, Social Studies! Future
Nurses Club, High School Red Cross, JCL.
MOSLEY, ROBERT LEE T.: Drafting, English, Music!
Track, Cross Country.
MOSS, MICHAEL O.: English, Metal Trades! Track.
MOULDER, LINDA KAY: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club.
MULLINI, DAVID L.: English, Social Studies.
MURRAY, RALPH: English, Social Studies! SAO
MUSE, REBECCA: English, Home Economics, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Future Nurses Club, SAO
Executive Board, Cannon agent.
MYERS, LINDA: Business Education, English, Foreign
Language, Mathematics, Social Studies.
NEWELL, SUSAN: English, Foreign Language, Social
Studies! Quill and Scroll, French Club, Cannon
Weekly Staff, Melodayres, Techoir.
NEWKIRK, KAREN S.: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! GAA.
NICHOLS, PATRICIA ANN: English, Home Econom-
ics! Future Nurses Club, GAA, Music Club, High
School Red Cross Club.
NOAKES, CAROL JEAN: Art, English, Social Studies.
NORRIS, ROBERT ALLEN: English, Social Studies!
ODOM, LEO DARNELL: Auto-Aviation, English, Sci-
OLIVEIRA, JEFFREY F.: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club, Quill and
Scroll, Drama-Speech Club, Chess Club, JCL, NFL,
Thespians, Cannon Weekly Staff, Speech Team,
Debate Team, Cannon agent.
OLIVER, FRANKLIN DEAN: Building Trades, English!
Natural Science Club.
O'NElLL, LAWRENCE JOHN: Electrical Trades, En-
glish, Social Studies! Radio Club.
OSBORN, JAMES WILLIAM: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Key Club,
DCE Club, Techoir, Tennis.
OWENS, JACALYN DENISE: Business Education,
PALMER, DOUGLAS WAYNE: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! DCE Club, Concert Band, Concert
PALMER, MICHAEL WARREN: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathemaitcs, Science, Social Studies! Ger-
PARKER, BONNIE: Business Education, English.
PARKER, PHYLLIS FAYE: English, Home Economics,
PARKER, WILLIAM MILLARD: English, Social Studies!
Concert Band, Wrestling, Concert Orchestra.
PARKS, CLARENCE H.: English.
PARRISH, ANDREW: English, Metal Trades.
PATTERSON, MARSHA: English, Home Economics.
PEARSON, CARL: English, Mathematics, Social Stud-
ies! Quill and Scroll, Drama-Speech Club, Cannon
PEDIGO, MICHAEL OWEN: English, Social Studies.
PEELER, LAURA: Business Education, English, Social
PENIDLhETON, STEVEN LESLIE: Electrical Trades, En-
g is .
PERKINS, RONALD MAX: Auto-Aviation, English.
PERRY, BRENDA JOYCE: English, Home Economics.
PETERMAN, DONALD JOE: English, Mathematics,
Metal Trades! DCE Club.
PETREE, CHRISTINE: English, Music, Social Studies!
SAO Executive Board, Maiorettes, Melodayres,
Techoir, History Club.
PFEIFFER, MARY LYNN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, History Club, Drama-
Speech Club, Techoir, Girls Concert Club.
PHILLIPS, F. MICHAEL: English, Mathematics! Ser-
vice Club, Key Club, JCL, Basketball, Football
PHILLIPS, LINDA J.: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies, Twirlers, High School
Red Cross Club, French Club.
PHILLIPS, MICHAEL L.: English, Science, Social
Studies! Service Club, Spanish Club.
I've got it! No, I've got itl Amid giggles the
famous parymid dissolves in the fun of Sadie
Right: Happy fans enjoy the informality of a
Class of I 967
PHILLIPS, PEGGY J.: Business Education, English,
PHOENIX, DIXIE DIANE: Business Education, En-
PIEKETT, J. THOMAS: Auto-Aviation, Electrical
Trades, Metal Trades! Radio Club, Chemistry-Phys-
ics Club, Service Club, Baseball, Basketball,
PIERSON, PATRICIA YVONNE: Business Education,
English, Home Economics! Service Club.
PING, JANICE LOUISE: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! SAO Executive Board.
PIPHER, WANDA: English, Mathematics, Music, Sci-
ence, Social Studies! Future Teachers of America,
Drama-Speech Club, Girls Concert Club.
PITTS, NEVVTON MONTAGNET: English, Printing!
PLACEK, NEIL A.: English, Social Studies! Basket-
POLIVICK, STEPHEN LEE: Art, English.
POLLE, MARY LOU: Business Education, English.
POLSON, DANIEL CARL: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Key Club.
POLSTON, BILLIE JO: Business Education, English.
PLUMMER, JANET LOUISE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
POPE, CARLEEN: Business Education, English.
POTTER, GERALDINE: English, Home Economics.
POWELL, DOUGLAS: English, Science, Social Studies!
Chess Club, French Club, History Club.
POWELL, SUSAN WANDA: English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! History Club, Drama-Speech Club,
Speech Team, Cannon Staff.
PRICE, THOMAS EDWARD: English, Prniting, Social
Studies, Future Printers Club, History Club, FTA,
PRICE, JANICE KAY: Business Education, English,
PROCTOR, PENNY ANN: English, Home Economics.
PRUETT, BARBARA JEAN: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Cannon agent.
PRUITT, DENNIS RAY: Auto-Aviation, English.
PRYOR, CHESTER A.: Electrical Trades, English, Mathe-
matics! Chemistry-Physics Club, Radio Club, Let-
termen's Club, Track, Basketball, Cross Country.
PRYOR, LARRY DAVID: Electrical Trades, English,
Mathematics! Radio Club, Concert Orchestra, Can-
non Yearbook Staff.
PURDUE, SHERYL JANE: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
QUIETT, WILLIAM JOSEPH: English, Metal Trades,
RADER, STEVEN TED: Electrical Trades, English!
RADY, MICHAEL LOWDELL: Business Education, En-
RAZSDALE, WILLIAM ELI: Auto-Aviation, English.
RANCE, MYRON A. JR.: Building Trades, English!
ROTC Officers, ROTC Drill Team.
RANSOM, BELINDA DENISE: Art, English, Social
Studies! Art Club, Spanish Club, Cannon agent.
RAY, GARY LEO: English, Foreign Language, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies! Key Club, Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra.
REED, ANNA MARIE: English, Home Economics.
REESE, DOLLIE LEE: English, Foreign Language!
Y-Teens, GAA, Spanish Club, Techoir, Concert
REEVES, LINDA KAY: Business Education, English!
GAA, Future Nurses Club, Cannon agent.
REIVES, TOMMIE LEE: English, Social Studies.
RENO, JAY LAWRENCE: Auto-Aviation, English!
Football, Basketball, Track.
REYNOLDS, LUCRETIA ANNE: English, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies.
RICE, ANNABELLE M.: English, Mathematics! Music
Club, SAO Executive Board.
RICE, ROSEMARIE: English, Home Economics, So-
RICE, WILLIAM LEON: English, Metal Trades, Social
RICHARDSON, GARY MACK: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Future Teachers of America, Natural
Science Club, Basketball, Cross Country, Track,
RICHARDSON, SANDRA LEE: English, Home Eco-
RIDING, MARIA LASHONNE: English, Home Eco-
RILEY, FRED C.: English, Mathematics! Chess Club.
RINEHART, ROBERT PAUL: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies.
ROBERTS, DIANNA JEAN: Business Education, En-
glish, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Stud-
ies! Future Teachers of America, German Club,
Drama-Speech Club, ROTC Sponsors, ROTC Drill
ROBINSON, RAY D.: Auto-Aviation, English! Wres-
tling, Concert Band.
ROBINSON, THELMA LOUISE: Home Economics,
Physical Education, Science.
ROE, MAX LEE: English, Printing, Social Studies!
Techoir, Boys Octette, Boys Concert Club, Cannon
ROBERTSON, DANNY: English.
ROGERS, JOHN LEO: Art, Auto-Aviation, English.
ROGERS, MICHAEL C.: Business Education, English,
Class of I 967
RONEY, MICHAEL EUGENE: Art, English! Football,
ROSS, DENNIS ELWOOD: Auto-Mechanics, English.
ROSS, LINDA GAYLE: Art, English, Social Studies!
Natural Science Club.
ROSSMAN, CLAYDIA LOUISE: English, Home Eco-
ROTT, GARY DEAN: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club, German
Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff, Concert Band,
ROUSE, JOHN EDWARD: Building Trades, English!
ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Rifle Team.
ROZZELL, RICKEY LYNN: Business Education, English,
Home Economics, Science, Social Studies! Drama-
Speech Club, Music Club, Y-Teens, Techoir.
RUCKER, RONALD FERRICE: English, Social Studies!
Service Club, Football, Cannon agent.
RUPERT, ETHEL LEE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! GAA, Future Teachers of America.
RUSS, JOHN T.: English, Mathematics, Social Studies.
RUTHERFORD, RAINELLE: Business Education, En-
glish! Natural Science Club.
RYNARD, KENNETH DEAN: Business Education,
English, Social Studies! Boys Concert Club.
SALTER, HAROLD WILLIAM: Auto Mechanics, English,
SAGE, LAWRENCE V.: English, Social Studies.
SAMPLES, JOHNNY C.: Auto-Aviation, English.
SANDERS, LILLIAN: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Future Teachers of
SANDERS, PAMELA M.: Business Education, English,
SATKAMP, CHESTER J.: Art, English, Mathematics!
Drama-Speech Club, Thespians.
SAUNDERS, TOM: Auto-Aviation, English.
SCAHILL, LINDA DARLAND: English, Social Studies!
SAO Executive Board, Techoir, Girls Ensemble,
High School Red Cross Club, Maiorettes.
SCARBROUGH, LINDA JANE: Business Education,
English, Social Studies! Service Club.
SCHAFER, JACK A.: Drafting, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Key Club, Ger-
man Club, Baseball, Basketball, Football.
SCHULTZ, REBECCA ANN: English, Home Economics,
SEARS, GERALD A.: Drafting, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Basketball, Human
SENOUR, ROBERT WILLIAM JR.: Building Trades,
English, Social Studies.
SETTLES, CHERYL KAY: Business Education, English,
SEXSON, RICHARD WAYNE JR.: English, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies.
SHANKLIN, DEAN E.: English, Printing, Social
SHOCKLEY, ROGER NEIL: Drafting, English, Social
SHOFFNER, LARRY DAVID: Auto-Aviation, English.
SHORT, WILMA: Business Education, English.
SICKLE, WILLIAM ERNEST: Building Trades, English,
Social Studies! DCE Club, Radio Club, Chemistry-
SIGG, HANS MICHAEL: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! French Club, Techoir, ROTC Officers Club,
Concert Orchestra, ROTC Rifle Team.
SILVEY, JUANITA LYNN: English, Mathematics, So-
cial Studies! Music Club, Techoir.
SIMPSON, ARTHUR E. JR.: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! XYZ Club, Chemistry-
Physics Club, History Club, Tennis, Concert
Band, Cannon agent.
SIPF, CHRISTIAN E.: Art, Social Studies! Art Club,
Music Club, History Club, Techoir, Boys Octette,
Cross Country, Track, Basketball.
SKUDROVSKIS, HAROLD GUNAS: English, Social
Studies! Natural Science Club, History Club,
SMITH, CLAUDE R.: Auto-Aviation, English.
SMITH, DONNA LEE: Business Education, English!
Service Club, Music Club.
SMITH, JUANITA SUSAN: English, Home Economics.
SMITH, MICHAEL M.: Art, English, Social Studies.
SMITH, ROBERT D.: English, Printing.
SMITH, ROGER: English, Science, Social Studies.
SMITH, RONALD EDWARD: English, Science.
SMITH, WILLIAM BENJAMIN: Electrical Trades, En-
glish, Mathematics, Social Studies! Radio Club,
Chess Club, Drama-Speech Club, Cannon Weekly
SMITH, WILLIAM HENRY: Electrical Trades, English,
SMITH, WILLIAM RALPH: Building Trades, English,
Social Studies! Basketball, Track.
SNORDEN, HOWARD EDWARD: Auto-Aviation, En-
glish! Natural Science Club.
SOLTAU, JAMES L.: English, Mathematics, Science,
Social Studies! Key Club, Golf, Techoir.
SPALDING, REBECCA LOUISE: Business Education,
Economics, Social Studies.
SPANIK, KAREN SUE: Business Education, English,
SPARKS, SHARON ROSE: Business Education, English,
SPAULDING, JERRY LEWIS: English, Metal Trades.
SPELLMAN, KATHERINE MARIE: Business Education,
English, Home Economics.
SPENCER, ROBERT LEE: Electrical Trades, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, XYZ Club, Chess
Club, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Officers, Band
SPRANKLE, CHARLES F.: Auto-Aviation, English!
Chess Club, Service Club.
SPURR, NOAH THOMAS: Auto-Aviation, English!
ROTC Drill Team.
STALLINGS, ROGER DALE: Building Trades, English.
STANTON, REGINA MAE: English, Home Economics.
STEELE, JO ANN: Business Education, English,
STEVENSON, JAMES ROBERT: English.
STEWART, ANNE ELIZABETH: English, Social Studies!
History Club, Spanish Club, XYZ Club, Twirlers,
Maiorettes, Techoir, ROTC Sponsors.
STEWART, JERRY WAYNE: Building Trades, English,
STINE, SANDRA KAY: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! History Club.
STORY, JUDY PAULETTE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, High School Red
Cross Club, Future Nurses Club, Cannon Yearbook
Staff, Girsl Concert Club, Cannon agent.
STOVALL, GARLAND GAITHER: Auto-Aviation, En-
glish! Track, Wrestling, Cross Country.
STRONG, WALTER LOUIS: English, Metal Trades, So-
cial Studies! DCE Club, Football, Track, Basketball.
STRUBBE, DANIEL RAY: Drafting, English.
STUART, MAY BERNICE: Business Education, English!
Music Club, Y-Teens.
STURGES, REGINA KAY: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics.
Above: Juonito Silvey frustrotes Jeff Oliveirc's
superb shooting form as girls ploy boys in
Roll Room 400's spoof.
Right: Gory Rott becomes o cosuolty os teom-
mate Jim Osborn comes to his rescue.
Across page: Gory receives first-oid from Lin-
do Phillips during ci desperote time-out.
SUGGS, PAULETTE: English, Foreign Language,
Music, Social Studies! JCL Club, High School Red
Cross Club, Service Club, XYZ Club, Y-Teens,
Music Club, ROTC Sponsors.
SULLENGER, STEPHEN RAY: English, Metal Trades,
SULLIVAN, PAUL DAVID: Auto-Aviation, English.
SUTTON, JAMES R.: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Social Studies! Thespians, Drama-
Speech Club, Concert Band.
TAKACS, JOHN RENARD: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Concert Band.
TALBERT, JANICE LOU: English, Social Studies!
High School Red Cross Club, Quill and Scroll,
SAO Executive Board, Cannon Weekly Staff,
Human Relations Committee.
TARDY, MARVIN JOSEPH: Drafting, English, Mathe-
TAYLOR, AUBREY: Building Trades, English, Social
TAYLOR, JERRY: Building Trades, English! Track,
Cross Country, Basketball.
TAYLOR, PEGGY JEAN: Business Education, English,
TAYLOR, SYLVIA RAE: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! XYZ Club, Concert Orchestra.
TAYLOR, TIMOTHY ALAN: Auto-Aviation, English,
Mathematics, Science! Techoir, Boys Concert Club.
TECKENBROCK, ROBERT STEPHEN: English, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! Lettermen's Club, Track
THIRY, MARILYN JO: Business Education, English,
Mathematics, Social Studies! XYZ Club, French
Club, Service Club.
THOMAS, ELAINE EMMA: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics.
THOMAS, RONALD LEE: Auto-Aviation, English.
THOMAS, SANDRA DEAN: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies! DCE Club, High School
Red Cross Club.
THOMASON, ARTHUR CLYDE: English, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies.
THOMPSON, CHARLES WILLIAM: Auto-Aviation,
English! Human Relations Committee.
THONGPSON, VIRGINIA LORRAINE: English, Social
THORNDIKE, MARSHA LOUISE: Business Education,
English! Natural Science Club.
TITTLE, CLYDE MARK: English, Foreign Language,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies! French Club.
TODD, HARRY LOWELL: Auto-Aviation, English, So-
cial Studies! ROTC Drill Team, Cannon agent.
TODD, ROBERT WILLIAM: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! XYZ Club, Techoir, Melodayres,
Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
TOWNSEND, KENNETH GREGORY: Electrical Trades,
English, Mathematics, Social Studies! Natural Sci-
ence Club, Track, Cross Country.
TRACY, WILLIAM ANDREW: Electrical Trades, En-
TROTTER, BETTY JEAN: Business Education, English!
TUNSTALL, RAYMOND C.: English, Mathematics, So-
VANCLEAVE, HOWARD JR.: English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Baseball.
VANSICKLES, GEORGE THORNTON, JR.: Art, Print-
ing! Future Printers Club.
VAN WYE, JUDITH A.: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! Service Club, Cannon agent.
VAUGHT, JONATHAN DAVID: Building Trades, En-
VARBLE, ORVILLE FRANCIS: English, Science, So-
VARNADO, DARLENA BEATRICE: English, Home
Economics, Social Studies! French Club, Future
Teachers of America.
VINT, JANICE: Art, English, Social Studies! Art
Club, Music Club, Girls Concert Club.
VITT, ROGER A.: Drafting, English, Mathematics,
Social Studies! Concert Band, Golf, Concert Or-
chestra, Pep Band.
WAGGONER, STEPHEN: English, Mathematics, Social
Studies! Concert Band, Concert Orchestra.
WAID, KAROLYN: English, Home Economics, Social
WALKER, A. EUGENIA: English, Home Economics,
WALKER, DAVID GEROLD: English, Printing! High
School Red Cross Club.
WALKER, LEROY MAURICE JR.: English, Science,
WALKER, LINDA KAY: English, Home Economics.
WALKER, SHERIAN: English, Home Economics.
WALLICK, JANICE ELAINE: English, Social Studies!
DCE Club, Spanish Club, Future Nurses Club.
WALTERS, WANDA J.: English, Home Economics!
High School Red Cross Club.
WALTMAN, CHARLES STEPHEN: English, Social
WALTMAN, DAVID ROBERT: Business Education,
English, Social Studies! Cannon Yearbook Staff,
WAND, MATTHEY ELLIS: English, Foreign Language.
WARSAW, ROBERT L.: Electrical Trades, English!
WASHINGTON, LOIS ANN: Business Education, En-
glish, Social Studies.
WATSON, WILLIAM WARREN JR.: Electrical Trades,
English, Mathematics! Service Club, Music Club,
Lettermen's Club, Natural Science Club, Radio Club,
Boys Octette, Techoir, Cross Country, Track,
WEBB, ORA LEE: English, Home Economics, Mathe-
matics, Social Studies! GAA.
WEBER, CHARLES EDWARD: Drafting, English! Can-
WEBSTER, PATRICIA FRANCINE: English, Home
WELCH, JERRY ELAINE: English, Home Economics.
WELLS, NEICA: Art, English, Social Studies! Natural
Science, Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon agent.
WELTER, CAROLYN SUE: Art, English, Social
WENDEL, LEE ANN: English, Foreign Language, So-
WESTMORELAND, JAMES: Building Trades, English!
Lettermen's Club, Art Club, Chemistry-Physics
WHITE, JEANNETTE CECILIA: English, Home Eco-
nomics, Social Studies.
WHITE, DAVID: English, Social Studies.
WHITFIELD, JAMES A.: Auto4Aviation, English!
WILKERSON, MARILYN: English.
WIGLEY, WILLIAM HENRY: English, Mathematics,
Science! XYZ Club, Chess Club.
WILKERSON, LARRY WILLIAM: English, Social Stud-
ies! DCE Club.
WILLIAMS, HALLIE MARIA: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Home Economics, Social Studies! Natural
Science Club, Spanish Club, GAA, ROTC Spon-
sors, Cannon Weekly Staff, ROTC Officers Club,
Human Relations Committee.
WILLIAMS, HERBERT L.: Electrical Trades, English,
WILLIAMS, IRIS KAY: Business Education, English,
Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club, cheer-
leaders, Techoir, Girls Ensemble, SAO Executive
WILLIAMS, PAULA FAYE: Business Education, En-
glish! Music Club, Girls Concert Club, Cannon
Weekly Staff, Cannon agent.
WILLIAMIS, SARAH CHARLENE: Business Education,
Eng is .
WILLIAMS, STEPHEN CARL: Auto-Aviation, English,
WILLIAMS, THOMAS EUGENE: English, Printing!
WILLNER, JAMES V.: Electrical Trades, English, Social
WILLOUGHBY, STEPHEN L.: English, Printing, Social
WILSON, CHARLES R.: Auto-Aviation, English.
WILSON, GEORGE ALBERT: English, Mathematics,
Science, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club,
Natural Science Club, French Club, Future Teachers
of America, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Officers,
WILSON, MARYBETH: English, Foreign Language.
WILSON, LARRY DEAN: Auto-Aviation, English, So-
cial Studies! Baseball.
WILSON, JACKIE LAYON: Electrical Trades, En-
WILSON, MICHAEL: Building Trades, English, Science,
WILSON, RAMONA FRONCINE: English, Music.
WIQIASQN, ROBERT A.: Business Education, English,
WILSON, STANLEY E.: English, Social Studies.
WPLSOLN, VAN PRESTON: Auto-Aviation, English!
WISCHMEYER, ANN ELIZABETH: English, Foreign
Language, Mathematics, Social Studies! N.F.L.,
1Drama'Speech Club, Thespians, XYZ Club, Speech
WISE, TIRESA ANN: English, Home Economics,
WONG, LINDA CORINNE: English, Foreign Lan-
guage, Mathematics, Social Studies! G.A.A.,
French Club, Cannon agent.
WOO, DANIEL RICHARD: Drafting, English, Mathe-
matics! Chess Club, Service Club.
WOO, WILLIAM HENRY: Auto-Aviation, English,
Social Studies! Service Club.
WOODARD, KEITH EDWARD: English, Drafting, Social
Studies! Track, Basketball, Football.
WOODCOCK, LINDA CAROL: Business Education,
English, Social Studies.
WOODS, KATHY JO: Business Education, English,
Home Economics! DCE Club.
WOODSON, HENRY EDWARD: English, Mathe-
matics, Science, Social Studies! Chess Club, Boys
WORLEY, DONNA KAY: English, Foreign Language,
Social Studies! Future Nurses Club, Girls Concert
Club, Cannon agent.
WORTH, SAMUEL S.: English, Printing, Social
Studies! Cross Country.
WYETH, PHILIP M.: English, Science, Social Studies.
YANT, BILL LEROY JR.: English, Mathematics, Sci-
ence, Social Studies.
YATES, JANICE ELEANOR: Business Education, En-
glish, Home Economics, Social Studies! Y-Teens,
Future Nurses Club, Cannon agent.
YOUNG, DOROTHY PHINE: English, Home Eco-
nomics! Y-Teens, GAA, Future Nurses Club.
YOUNG, JAMES EDWARD: Auto-Aviation, English,
Social Studies! Cross Country.
YOUNG, JOHN EDWARD: English, Social Studies.
YOUNP,h WESTERN FOREST: Business Education,
Eng is .
YOUNG, WILMA JEAN: English, Home Economics,
Social Studies! Future Nurses Club, GAA.
Ross Furry and Bill Funke turn on oll the chorm
of the Howoiion hulo in ci culturol moment
for Roll Room I53--or maybe they iust "turn
on" Roll Room I53.
People and events
Faoultg and staff
Allee, Mrs. Verda 62
Allen, Gaylord 11,20,21
Allen, Louis D. 38
Armel, Clyde 53,76
Armel, Mrs. Dorothy 22
Ayres, Mrs. Edna 22
Barnes, Thomas 46
Barr, G. Kenneth 18,37
Bayless, Kenneth 20,43
Beall, Howard E. 55
Bean, Carol 28
Bedell, Mrs. Mary B. 33,88
Beeler, Jim 28
Beeson, David E. 38,39
Behlmer, Rueben 46
Behlmer, Steven R. 53,85
Belding, Robert 17
Bell, Carlos L. 46,103
Bennett, Mrs. Arvilla 28
Bennett, Mrs. Christine 31
Berryman, Mrs. Ruth 22
Bettis, Susan 28,90
Billington, Floyd 53
Bockweg, Mrs. Emma 25
Boots, Mrs. Florence 41
Borshoff, James 18
Bowers, Melvin L. 46
Bowman, Robert 21
Bradford, Jack 46,110,111,115
Bradshaw, Mrs. Martha 34
Bramblett, Garold 59,77
Brandes, Raymond 44,82,148
Brinker, Norman 57
Brown, Mrs. Barbara 22
Brown, Harold S. 31
Brown, Wyman 103
Bryant, Mrs. Phyllis 43
Buchanan, Mrs. Leta
Bussey, Charles 60
Caldwell, R. Forrest 34
Caldwell, Mrs. Paulene 38
Cameron, Mrs. Forence 25
Camplese, Daniel 46,105
Carbone, Dean 34,86
Carlock, Mahlon 20,92
Carpenter, Mrs. Esther 43
Caske Howard 19
Catt, Howard J. 20,46,103,111,112
Cauble, Mrs. Virginia 22
Chadwick, Mrs. Janice 22
Chomar, Orlando 32,33
Chrisler, Fred 25
Christy, Kelly 21
Clapp, Mrs. Margaret 28
Clark, Mrs. Claudia O. 34
Clark, Ralph 53
Clearwater, Mrs. Angie 25
Cline, Ernest 20,46
Coddington, Roy 23
Cody, Mrs. Wyolene 41
Coffey, Mrs. Norma 25
Collins, Robert F. 37
Comstock, Diane 28
Cook, Arthur 23
Cook, Howard L. 37
Cook, Mrs. Martha 25
Cooper, Mrs. Esther 34
Cooper, Mrs. Janice D. 38
Corbin, C. H. 31
Corrie, Mildred 31
Cox, Mrs. Florence 22
Craig, Mrs. Frances 22
Creasser, Mrs. Louise 22
Cruser, Emanuel 57
Dagwell, Charles 46,18
Daily, Donald 20
Danheiser, Tom 28
Dant, Lowell 23
Davis, M. Turpin 43
Dawson, Thomas 62
Dearing, Mrs. Barbara 21
Deem, Harold 53
Deming, Leo 38
Dickerson, George 21
Dininger, Walter 34,103,104
Douglas, Mrs. Leona 25
Dudkowski, Sam 50
Duffy, Mrs. Goldie 25
Durham, Mrs. Wilma 22
Dykeman, Richard B. 38
Eason, John 46,99
Eccleston, Mrs. Mildred 41
Edwards, Mrs. Velma 43
Eickhoff, Frances 23
Elliott, Harold 53
Elliott, Mrs. Jessie 25
Emry, Mrs. Sue 28
Fanning, Mrs. Sandra 44,78,80
Farley, John 37
Fields, Mrs. Jeannette 23
Fine, Mrs. Serine 33
Fittz, Thomas 72
Flesher, Mrs. Judy 41
Ford, Robert 28
Fowler, Mrs. Fannie 22
Freeman, Joyce L. 43
Frye, Mrs. Lois 43
Furry, Mrs. Mary E. 28
Furry, Robert 23
Gale, Bruce C. 46
Garnes, Mrs. Thelma 25
Garrett, Mrs. Mariorie 28
Garrison, Mrs. Margaret 25
Garst, Mary K. 18
Gascho, Martha 28
Gillette, Mrs. Nancy 41
Gilliland, J. Kenneth 59
Glore, Charles 49
Glover, Richard 31
Goodrum, Mrs. Alice 28
Goodwin, Mrs. Alice 23
Graf, Josephine 34
Graney, William J. 38
Gruner, Wilbert 23
Guess, Mrs. Mercedes 37
Gunter, Mrs. Christine 25
Guss, Joanna S. 37
Hahn, Mrs. Margaret 28
Hale, Hester 28
Hamer, Mrs. Sarah F. 20,43
Hamilton, E. C. 22
Hanna, Mrs. Joyce 28
Hardiman, Emmett 28
Hardy, Marguerite 41
Harger, J. C. 43
Harts, Mrs. Louise 49
Harvey, Constance 33
Harvey, Mrs. Helen 22
Hawkins, Paula isee Paula Knoebeli
Hawley, William R. 38
Haworth, Hadley 38
Heavenridge, Jack 23
Hiatt, Mrs. Caroline 22
High, Philip 44
Highley, Nancy isee Nancy Suttoni
Hill, James L. 46
Hill, John C. Jr. 57
Hinshaw, Herman 17
Hoffman, Mrs. Mary 23
Holly, Mrs. Marian 41
Holmes, Ernest H. 55
Holtsclaw, Mrs. Elizabeth 40,41
Hon, David 37
Howard, Garlan W. 37
Howe, Allie B. 28
Huff, Mrs. Gwendolyn 23
Hurrle, John 20,46,105,108
Hutchinson, Mrs. Mildred 25
lnsley, Gertrude 28,129
lreland, Ronald 31
Jackson, Burney 53
Jackson, Mrs. Virginia 43
Jaus, Mrs. Florence 25
Jeffers, Leonard 34
Johnson, Alice M. 43
Johnson, William M. 37,56,57
Johnston, Mrs. Mildred 46
Jones, Bernice 28,70,73
Jones, Mrs. Gwendloyn 21,75
Kanouse, John 34
Karnes, Mrs. Alberta 25
Karnes, Mrs. Helen 25
Kasting, John R. 38
Kendrick, John W. 37
Kern, John 38
Kimberlin, William 34
Kirsch, Arthur 37
Klein, Mrs. Lola 25
Knoebel, Mrs. Paula 28
Kocher, Charles 55
Kriese, Maurice 31
Lagadon, Mrs. Maria 89
Landreth, Odus 17
Langlotz, Mrs. Mildred 23
Laubach, Mrs. Sarah 25
Lemen, Mrs. Jane Ann 28
LeVee, Carol 28
Leverenz, Rowland 37,151
Littell, Patricia 22
Loftus, Patricia 34
Longshore, Howard 11,17,72,14O
Longshore, Jack 19,87
Loyal, Mrs. Ann 22
Lowes, William 19
Lyons, Frances 34
McAfee, Mrs. Mildred 20,28
McBride, Judith 21,28
McCoy, Fred D. 37,90
McCoy, Scott 37
McCutcheon, Mrs. Mariorie 41
McDonald, Mrs. Sylvia
McGeath, Bruce 34
Machin, Mrs. Barbara 28
Maley, Mrs. Edna L. 43
Maloy, Robert 28
Manka, Mrs. Mary Lou 46
Mann, James 28
Marshall, Lewis A. 59
Martin, George 23
Martin, Robert 62
May, James 38
Medcalfe, Ernest 20,103
Meditch, Carl 53,111,113
Melvin, Mrs. Mary 25
Merrill, Mrs. Laura 25
Meyer, Robert E. 19,34,131
Myers, Paul 46
Miner, John 34
Moon, William 44,78
Moore, Mrs. Lola 25
Moore, Mrs. Marian 41
Moreman, lvan 20,46,103,104,100
Murphy, Wesley 34
Nessler, Margaret R. 28,68,69
Newcomer, Mrs. Dorothy 18
Nye, Martha 21
Obst, John 55
Ohmit, Mrs. Gwen 43
Orton, Richard 44
Oscarson, Paul E. 55
Osterhout, Mrs. Mary 25
Parker, Anna 46
Parker, Mariorie 43
Parrett, Sharon 21,46
Parrett, Shirley 46
Parsley, Mrs. Esta 25
Pentecost, Mrs. Mary 23
Peterson, Margaret 43
Phemister, Lorena 49
Potter, Wallace 18
Porter, Lionel 28
Prendergast, Mrs. Nora 25
Primus, Emmil 25
Puckett, Kenneth 17
Quillin, Phillip 46,47,98
Ransom, Mrs. Natalia 41
Ratliff, Mrs. Gwendolyn 25
Ray, Carolyn 23
Ray, Mrs. Gertrude 25
Reed, Ray 37
Reever, Mrs. Mae 25
Reeves, Mrs. Phyllis 22
Renault, Dale 28
Rhodes, Irene 28
Rieves, Charles 62
Ring, Edward 49
Robards, Mrs. Elsie 22
Robbins, Mrs. Gloria 22
Roberts, Mrs. Elsie 25
Shock, Richard O.
Shoemaker, Ithel 19
Siedlecki, William 34
Sigg, Mrs. Elise 25
Simmons, Phyllis A. 31
Simmons, Michael 74,37
Simpson, Robert 44,148
Simpson, Mrs. Thelma 25
Sims, Mrs. Wilma 23
Sink, Lois 223
Slover, Michael 49,76
Smith, Alpha 23
Smith, Clyde Jr. 34,86
Smith, Mrs. Frances 41
Smith, Harry 31
Smith, Mrs. Lois 43
Smith, Mrs. Norma 25
Robert W. 53,76
Smith, W. Elbert 34
Southwick, Mrs. Barbara 28.
Spahr, John 37
Stafford, Mrs. Ruth 41
Mrs. Mae 25
Steltingl, Mrs. Rosa 25
Sterrett, Mrs. Opal 25
Mrs. La Verne 22
William H, 59
James 17 19
Stoeckinger, John H. 30,31,86
Stout, Mrs. Dorothy 21,86
Strickland, Mrs. Marion 31
Stultz, Jane Anne 46
Sutherlin, Kay 23
Sutton, Mrs. Marie 25
Sutton, Mrs. Marie 25
Sutton, Mrs. Nancy 28
Swager, Deborah 43
Swenson, Kermit 49
Taylor, Mrs. Irene 25
Terrell, Roy K. 37
Terry, Earl B. 59
Thompson, Eileen 23
Thompson, Mrs. Gladys 25
Tobrocke, Floyd 20,53
Tozer, William 38,75
Tresslar, Cecil T. 19,28,73
Turpin, Mrs. Martha 21,93
Tussey, Mrs. Rita 22
Tuttle, Spencer 22
Underwood, Mrs. Susanna 33,88
Vaughn, Mrs. Linda 28,68
Vogt, Paul M. 55
Wagner, Lloyd 28,34
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Says Mr. Brandes to Mr. Simpson, "This Mordi Gros reolly gets
Roberts, Mrs. Lula 22
Robinson, Dan 31
Rosemeyer, Mrs. Dorothy 25
Rost, Mrs. Susie 25
Rodewald, Norma 22
Rowland, Mrs. Betty 23,73
Russell, Mrs.-Gertrude 23
Safman, Mrs. Phyllis 44,77,81
Sanders, Mrs. Flossie 25
Sare, Dale W. 31
Schnackenberg, Florence 28
Schneider, Mrs. Louise 23,49
Schneider, Karl 34
Schroder, Mrs. Helen 25
Schulte, Lisa 34
Skomp, Samuel 53
Scott, Patsy 20,46
Scudder, David 49
Sharp, William 57
Sherwood, Mrs. Lillian 25
Sheridan, Rita 33
Schoch, Mariorie 18
Wallace, Mrs. Mildred 41
Waters, Margaret 28
Webber, Mrs. Doris 28,66
Welch, W. W. 31
West, Delbert 21,34
Whalin, M. Ward 37
Wheeler, William R. 30,31
Whetstine, Verl 57
White, John 44
Whitmire, LaVon 49
Wiggins, John 43
Wignall, Mrs. Elva 41
Williams, John 53
Anne L. 43
Wolverton, Ralph 38
Woodard, Robert 46
Morris O. 55
Woodward, Mona 43
Yarnell, Mrs. Rosalynne 22
Young, Mrs. Janiece 41
Zimmerman, Mrs. Virginia 28,33,89
Abbott, Michael lMikel 119,137
Abernathy, Charles F. Jr. 77
Abernathy, Deborah 74
Abner, Cecil 94
Adams, Cheryl 84
Adams, Earline 77
Adams, Linda 84
Adams, Nancy lNancee1 10,66,67,68,
Adams, Thomas lTom1 78
Adams, William lBill1 78
Albright, Kay 119
Alexander, Dennis 45,77,78,103,104
Allen, Marcia 61,74
Beverly, Elizabeth iliz, Bettyi 66,
Biggerstaff, Diana 82
Bishop, Brenda 78
Black, David 66,70
Black, James 84,85
Black, Phil 107
Blair, Albert 58,77
Blount, Donna 61,62,93,94,95
Blue, Dwight 103
Blue, Patrick 55
Bond, Geraldine 82
Bond, Hettie 82,83
Bond, Virginia 78
Bonfils, Lynn Helene 80
Bonnet, Frederich lFredJ 13,7O,9O,94,
Bonnet, Jenifer 89
Boofer, Michael 107
Providing half-time entertainment at the Student-Faculty Game, glamor-
ous, young faculty go-go girls swing to the beat of the band.
Amato, James 139
Anderson, Larry D. 74,80,90
Anderson, Russel 57
Appleton, Nathan 110,111,112
Appleman, Phillip lPhill 73
Armour, Judy 66
Armstrong, George 62,68
Armstrong, Jill 64,94,109
Arnett, Linda 60,61,73,93,94
Arnett, Mahlon R. 74,119
Arnold, Carline 66,67
Arnold, Gary 66
Asberry, Deloris 95
Asberry, Doris 8,8O,82,13l
Aubel, Larry 84,85,90,92
Avery, Tom 104
Backus, Jerry 82,84,85
Bailey Bettina S. 94
Bailey, Brenda 78,105,106
Bailey, David 107
Bailey, Eloise 66
Baker, Joyce 43
Baker, Ronald 53
Baldwin, Bruce 76
Bandy, Mike 105
Banks, Ozzie 41
Barlow, Nancy 80
Barnes, Debbi 78,93,94
Barr, Gary 74
Bartley, Sue 94
Bartin, James 80
Barton, William 66,68,69,73
Bates, James 114
Baylor, Richard 92
Bean, Jerry 39,78
Beaty, Robert 105,114
Beck, Bill 92
Beck, Jeffrey lJeff1 103,104
Beck, Lawrence 76
Beck, Steve 103
Beem, John 90
Beight, Dan 82,83,84
Belding, Anita 78,93,95,106
Belle, Elvin 114
Bender, Frances 95,73,77
Benson, Harry 75,89,90
Bentley, Glenn 91,101,107
Berger, William 50
Boone, Julia 82
Boothe, Eric 67,86,95
Borden, Larry 66,67,86
Borden, Steve 88
Bosworth, Marleen 89
Bottoms, Marty 65,66,68,77
Bowers, Dan 59
Bowers, Marcia 86,138,140
Bowman, Chester 78
Bowman, Terry 62
Boyd, Rita Jane 88,94
Boyd, Terry 80,81,84,94
Boykin, Janelle 78,113
Bradley, Ronald 60,77
Brady, Linda 77
Brake, Larry 94
Brand, Ginny 77
Brannon, Sherry 75,95
Breland, Victor 105
Bremer, Frederick 86
Brenner, Ronald iRon1 34,70
Bridwell, Ronald 166
Bright, Dann 94
Bright, Susan 75,86,140,138
Briles, Larry 34
Brinkley, Kent 82
Brinkley, Herry 82
Broadus, Lawrence 84,85
Brock, Phyllis 78,79,81
Brown, Audry 82
Brown, Cora L. 66
Brown, Donald J. 66,75,78,166
Brown, James 76,77
Brown, Randy 77,78,8O,81,82
Brown, Stephen 52,138
Brownie, Charles 105
Brummet, Mike 80
Bryant, Mary Miss 40
Buchanan, Becky 94,113
Buchanan, Don 87,92,108
Buck, Cheryl 82
Buckholter, Lawrence 80
Buckley, William 68,86,95
Bullock, Cornelius 55
Bunnell, Carolyn 43,93,124,125,136
Burks, Sherry 34,106
Burns, Mary Ann 66
Burris, Salathiel 90
Burroughs, Jon Paul 80,86,88,94
Burtpn, Cynthia 80
Busic, Randy 94
Butrum, Dee 94
Byrd, Brakley 66,82,83,84
Byrd, Richard 78
Caldwell, Dianna 77,78,79,81,137,144
Campbell, David 51
Campbell, James 84
Campbell, Jay 29
Campbell, Reta 94,113
ell, Steven 37,74
Canedy, Bruce 58,59,103,104
Capshaw, Kathy 67
ter, Fred 54
Casey, Marion 101
Caskey, Joy 94
Caton, Steve 105
Cavenaugh, Gregory 86,90
Chambers, Linda 166
Chambers, Marilyn 89
Champion, Gary 87,92,93,100
Chandler, Clarence 80
Chandler, Sherry 80
Chapman, Linda 114
, Nancy 81,78,79,93,l30,140,
Childs, Robert 103
Christensen, Ivan 71
Clark, Bonnie Mae 140,138
Clark, Debbie 77,95
Louis A. 108,139
Sandra Louise 87
Clayton, Stephanie 82
d, Linda 94
d, Robert lBob1 92
Colbert, Delores 91
Coleman, Charles 114
Collester, Bruce 87
Collins, Connie 80
Crawford, Janice 86
Crooke, Robert 50
Cross, Lillie Mae 68,80,81
Curry, Margaret 80,81,89
Curry, Robert 80
Curtin, Party 105,106
Cutshaw, Susie 114
Dalton, Bonnie 74
Darland, Linda fsee Linda Seahilll
Darland, Karen 114
Davis, Damon 52
Davis, Edmond 58,78,l08
Davis, Kevin 84
Davis, Linda 10,86,136,141
Davis, Paul 78
Davis, Robert E. 66,82,83
Davis, Susan 65,74
Davis, Violet 91
Dea, Larry 107
Dean, Barbara Ann 89
Debow, Jerry 62
DeBruhl, Donald 77
Decker, Stephen 74
Devitt, William 78,80,81,90,91,132,
Diamantidis, Elaine 88
Diamantidis, Kathryn 83
Dildine, Steve 108
Dinkins, Charles 84
Doan, Danny 72,73,78
Dockery, Jerry 78,92,11l,115,137,141
Doll, Janet 94,95
Donelson, James 114
Dorsey, Henry 141
Downing, Lnda 1O,61,63
Dykes, William lBilIl 66,68
Eads, George 137,141
Eads, Joseph N. 66,69,75,86,92
Lee Ann 66,67,68,77,95
Ealy, Jessie 91,93,9s,14i
ls, Lawrence 57
Eckerty, Thomas 55
Edwards, Joe 71
Edwards, Sylvester 103,104
Egelhof, lris 94
Ellis, Lee 28
Elliot, Doris 80,81
Ennis, James Uimi 31,73
Ensminger, Mike 66,98
Celebrating a really smashing campus clean-up campaign, these Techites
enjoy themselves in the Girls' Gym in May.
Entwistle, James 82,83,84
Esarey, Carol 86,88,140
Espinosa, Manuel 84
Espinosa, Paula 89,90
Etchison, Gary 86
ger, Steven 94,105
Eubanks, Mike 36
Collins, Gail 76,89
Collins, Glenn Rufus 74,34,68,B6,166
Collins, Mary Paula 73,76,141
Collins, Roger 53
Colter, Patsy 94 .
Combs, Daniel 60,62 EWU
Condos, Leo 92
Cook, Linda 88
Cook, Susan 7
Cooper, Cynthia 80
Cooper, David 107
Cornett, Linda Kay 66,67,68
Cornett, Peggy 66
Corrado, Rita 10,13,73,82,88,136,l41
Cosby, Robert 59
Couse, Claudia 77
Coverstone, Donna 80
Cove Gar 76
Cox, Gary 84,85,86,92
Cox, Gerald 104
Crawford, Glenn 34
Evans, Carol 90
Faidley, Rita 94
n, Jackie 74
n Sherry 74
Farral: Wilma 80
s, Donna 90
n, Ronald 62
Ferguson, Jerry 66,98
Ferguson, Steve 73
Fields, John 77
Finchum, Linda Sue 80
her, Andrew 13
Floyd, Raymond 86
Fogleman, Donna 80
Fogleman, Janine 105,106,140
Fogleman, Johnny 91
Fogleson, Kathryn 86,78,88,140
Folsom, James 105
Foreman, Linda 81,77,78,79
Fort, Kyle 114
Fortune, Vicki 80
Foster, Ronald 39,70,83,84,85,124,
Foust, Donald 47
Franklin, Gerald 103,104
Franklin, James 56
Franklin, Mary L. 38,76,90
Franklin, Terry 87
Frantzreb, Judy 75,95
Frazier, Patricia 67
Freeman, Frances iFrankie1 80,94
Funke, Beverly 94,77
Funke, Steve 105,114
Funke, William iBill1 92,93,147,103,
Furry, Ross 78,92,110,111,147,112,115
Gaddie, Robert 104,113
Gammon, Ray 52
Garnett, Charles 59
Garrett, Thomas 80
Gartin, Reva A. 91
Gemmill, Mike 99
Geralds, Howard 103,104
n, Lewis 94
Gilbert, Denice 74
Gilman, Steve 76,90
ie, Paul 95,107
Glass, Edward 111
Glover, Allen 74,80
Goodrich, Preston E. 77
Goosh, Harriet L. 66,91
Gordon, Jerry W. 95
Gordon, Terry 95
Gouge, William 73,153
Grady, Dale 39
Grant, Charles 80
Graves, James 50
s, Martha 94
Green, Bonnie 40
Green, Donna 38,80
Green, John 84
Green, Rebecca 93
Green, Sandy 90
e, James 105
well, David 87
Gregory, Carol 42
Greig, Kathy 80,86
Griffin, David 66,67,77
Griffin, Don 104
Griffin, James Uiml 73,82,84,85,138
Griffith, Rebecca lBecky1 70,71
s, Denny 105
Grimes, Steven iSteve1 60,73
Grimes, Wesley 59
Gross, David 30
Gross, Sarah 77
Grubb, Steve 104
Grundy, Brendaana 73
Grundy, Walter 103
Gullion, Linda 78
Haas, Ain 11,33,82,83,88
Haas, Marcia 84
Haley, Jeff 95
Haltzclaw, James 77
Haltzclaw, Larry 77
Hamilton, Cheryl 88
Hamilton, Doug 59
Hamlton, Nickie lNikki1 82,83,84,77
Hammond, Barry 91,108
Hampton, Paulette 41
Hand, Ralph 84
Handy, Jim 87,92,93
Handy, Stephen 1Steve1 78,92,93
Hangsleben, Roger 86
Hardesty, Calvin 64,78,80,81,9l,108
Harding, Cheryl 10,32,34,78,79,81,89
Harmeson, Patrick lPat1 94
Harmon, Jack 105,114
Harmon, Jerry 84
Harper, Vestal 105
Harris, Pete 82
Harper, Vonda 80
Harrison, Kay 61,73
Hart, Dora 78,105,106
Hart, Eileen 80
Hartle, Donna 71,74
Harvey, Susan 78,93,109,130,140
Hasty, Otis 74
Haworth, Hadley 38
Hawthorne, Willie 113
Heatherly, Jan 66,89
Hedrick, Pamela fPam1 66,67,68,69,73
Heitzman, Linda 136,140
Helfferich, Sam 74,103
Henard, Jesse 74
Henderson, Robert 28
Herman, Linda 61,66,67,68,70,80,86,
Herring, Larry 105
Hiatta, Rebecca 130
Hickerson, Denise 77,94
Hickey, Mike 65,91,92,93,141
Hickey, Tom 105,114
Hicks, Carol 40
Hicks, Janet 87
Hightower, Brenda 116
Hill, Rebecca iBecky1 8,28,65,78,81,
Hill, Larry 80
Hill, Linda 34,82
Hillman, Tony 113,114
Hilton, John 70,71,92,93,104,113
Hirschy, Robert 60,62,75,94,141
Hiselmann, Norman 88,141
Hite, Mary 90
Hackman, Gloria 8,34,70,141
Hodges, Linda 61,63,78
Hodgson, Bill 80
Hogan, Libby 78,106,141
Holder, Roger 11,78,91,93,101,103
Hollowell, Thelma 82,84
Holman, Sherron 76
Hooker, Stephen 75,77,88
Hopkins, Getsy 113
Hoskins, Fred 90
Howard, Phil 80,82
Hubbard, Charles 80
Huddleston, Patricia 40,41
Hudson, Linda Sue 141
Huebner, Donna 75
Hughes, Allen 86
Hunt, Donna 116
Hunt, Lorraine 78,79,81,136,137,141
Hunt, Vicki 80
Hurst, Rebecca 74
Hutcherson, Omega 91
Hylden, Jennifer 94
Hylton, James 60,62
Hynar, Vicky 94
llley, Elaine 78,140
lmel, Donald 86
lmel, Grant 78,91,92,93,103,140
Ingels, Robert lBob1 68,69,90
lngle, Dennis 73
lngle, Linda 73,88
Irons, Mattie 43
lrving, Allen 62 .
Irwin, Jo Ann 80,81,94,103,113
Isbell, Marilyn 74
Isbell, Bill 74
lsham, Brenda 84
Jackson, Nora 94
Jackson, Ollimaria 90
Jackson, Robert L. 51
Jacobs, James 70,71,80,81,78,92,93,
Jacobs, Joe 56
Jones, Shawnee 80,93,95,106
Jones, Tommie 57
Jones, William H. 104
Jordan, Terry 55
Junge, Robert CBob1 82,83,84
Karres, Dennis 111
Kares, Robert 75
Karol, Kathleen 66,68,70,122
Keers, Barbara 94
Kemper, Robert Lee 51
Kern, Cynthai 69
Kern, Elizabeth 80
Kern, Richard 82,83
Keutzer, Rebecca 1Becky1 94
Kiesel, Patricia 87
Kilcrease, Albert L. 95
Kimberly, Terry 107
King, Byron 56
King, Jack A. Jr. 70
Kinney, Jeanie 68
Kirby, John 105
Kirby, Suzan 70,71
Kleifgen, Steve 77,78
Kreiger, Karen 95
Krupicka, Loretta 77
Kugelman, James 114
Kurbursky, Elmer 62
Lacey, Kevin 107
Lackey, Wanda 91
Laing, Rebecca 40,106,122
Laker, Jerome 107
Lambert, Bruce 70,84
Lambert, Larry 90
Lane, William 60,78,95
Laswel, Jacqueline 82
Lawrence, Stuart 82,84,85
Lawson, Theresa 75
Leavell, Eddie 103
Leavell, Thomas 75,89
Ledford, Gerald 50,82,83,84
Lee, Alvin 107
Lee, Earl 101
Lee, Rachelle Ann 66,77
Lee, Rochelle A. 66,77
Lewis, Cindy 94,66
Lewis, Dennis 80
Lewis, James 113
Lewis, Rodney fRod1 44,80,84,85
Lines, Norma 89
Lomax, James 107
Lomax, Linda 77
Long, Michael P.
Long, Tony 84
Loudermilk, Mary 66,68,69,72,73,86
Lowe, Diane 75,94
Lowhorn, Danny 80
Lucas, Marilyn 61
Ludwig, Barbara 86
Luke, Michael 63
Lumpkin, Mike 76
Luter, Fred 107
Luttrell, Guy 92
Meid, Stephen 65,66,67,78,137,140
Meigs, Sue 95
Mendez, Sandy 77
Mentis, Jeffrey 10,11,77,78,129,130,
Michael, Patti 81,77,78,79,135
Mickel, Claude 105
Milton, Sylvia 66,67,77
Miller, Donna 94,95
Miller, Evelyn 80,84,86
Miller, Kathy 86
Miller, Lawrence 76
Miller, Marvin 66
Miller, Ruthanne 89
Miller, Victor 1Vic1 103,104
Mills, Joseph 60
Mills, Maureen 77,78,82
Miner, Marcia 86
Mitchell, Carol 66
Mitchell, David 113
Mitchell, Ernest 76,152
Mitchell, James 57
Mitchell, Paula 94,95
Monroe, Linda 70,71,80,95,135,12l
Montgomery, Ed 66,100
Montgomery, Marcia 61,62,75,93,95,
Montgomery, Newman 36
Moody, Deborah 78,137,141
Moore, Harold 86
Moore, Mary Jean 73,77,94
Monday, Shirley A. 69
Moran, Michael 60
Morgan, Mary 89
Morris, Janet 86,94
Morris, Ron 135
Morris, Vickie 40
Morrow, Steven 90
Mosley, Raymond 56
Moss, Emily 91
Mullis, J. Michael 60,94
Muse, Rebecca 141,138
Myers, George 29
Nahas, Bradley 90
Nahas, Vicci 48,77,93,94,95
Neace, James 80
Neal, Stan 92
Nevins, John 55
Newell, Susan 10,61,72,73,88,93,129
Newkirk, Deborah 84,94
Nichols, Richard 1Rick1 103,104
Nooe, Danny 114
Norton, Joe 103,108
Oakley, Jim 105
Oates, Cornelia 69,73,74,77,80
O'ConneIl, Karen 94
Oliver, Franklin 74
Oliver, Richard 74
Oliveira, Jeffrey CJeff1 66,67,68,69,
Osborn, Jim 38,78,87,91,92,146
Owens, James 105
Owsley, Jerry E. 57
Nancy Chapman participated in
o contest sponsored by the No-
tional Youth Conference on Nat-
ural Beauty and Conservation,
and won a trip to Washington
D. C., late last spring. There,
Nancy had the rare experience
of being personally greeted by
Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson.
James, Darrell 92
Jarrett, Charles 105
Jarrett, John 101
Jefferson, Debra 36
Jeffries, Barry 104
Jiles, Harold 48
Jekel, Mary 41
Johnson, Donna 105,1
Johnson, Jim M. 80
Johnson, King 57
Johnson, Mike 104
Johnson, Jim 80
Johnson, King 57
Johnson, Mike 104
Johnson, Patricia 89
Johnson, Richard 54
Johnson, Ron 101
Jones, Beverly 73,80
Jones, Leonard 89
Jones, Peggy 41
Lyle, Barbara 49
Lyle, Debra 90
Lynn, Ernie 56
McCarty, Mark 52
McCarty, Marlene 106
McClary, Linda 135
McColly, Byron 50
McCord, Margaret 87
ick, Jim 91,116,117
ick, Ross A. 66,88,89
McCullough, Judy 94,80
McCurry, Minnie 48,76
McDaniel, Michael 1Mike1 84
ld, Fred 78
ld, Kristen 84
McEvoy, Libby 136
McFarland, Sandra 73,76,91
McKinney, Bob 107
McKinney, Linda 87,140,166,138
McKnight, Marianne 94,122,140
Madden, Elisha B4
, Wiliam tBillJ 103,104,108
, Mildred 90
Mallory, Shirley Ann 89
Mangus, Judy 80
ld, William 1Bill191,103
ld, Charles 105
Marks, Phyllis 73
Marsden, Ronald 1Ronnie1 59
I, Rex 105
Martindale, Margaret 66
Martindale, Mattie 66
Massa, James 104
Mason, Nancy 91
Mason, Leroy 91
Mason, Ronald 114
Palmore, Glenda 90
t, Dottie 89,94
Parham, Greg 107
Park, Larry 82
Parker, Tom 84
Parkey, Larry 82,84
Parks, Phillip 76
Parnell, Annetta 40,66,67,95,166
Patterson, Donn 80,81,78,92
Patterson, Steve 66,67
Pearson, Carl 70,71,72,86,133,141
Peck, Gwendolyn 91
Perkins, Deborah 91
Perry, Brenda 40
Peterman, Joe 87
Christine lChris1 1Colleen1 44,
, Mary Lynn 78
Phillips, Linda K. 78,80
Phillips, Linda 94,106,146
Phillips, Pamela 82
Phillips, Peggy 40
Picot, John 94
Plummer, William 52
Masters, Thea 81,84,78,79,106
Matlock, Joseph 60,80
Mattingly, Thomas 1Tom1 70,71,135,
Maurer, Donna 87
Maxwell, Marilyn 73,90
Maxwell, Pamela 90
May, Dortha 88
Mayer, Fred 50
Mayfield, John 77
Medcalf, Robert 1Bob1 103,104
Medlock, Cheryl 77,94
Polson, Dan 92,141
Polvdaore, Brenda 77
Porter, Gregg 68,69
Posey, Sheila R. 77,166
Powell, Susan 66,68,73,86
Polvadore, Brenda 77
Price, James 91,95,110,111,112,115
Price, Mike 107
Pride, Danny 91,92,111
Proffitt, Donna 78
Proffitt, Linda 80
Pryor, Larry 71,77,82,86,140
Puckett, James 76
Puler, Laura 90
Purvis, Candace 74,88
Purvis, LeMont 51,74
Quackenbush, Linda 66,94
Quintana, Joseph 60,62
Rady, Ron 39,78,92,93,101,103
Ragsdale, Harold 105
Raker, Vicki 88
Rance, Myron 60
Rand, Richard 74
Ransom, Patsy 66,69,91
Ray, Gary 10,11,82,84,85,92,137,140
Reecer, Margaret 46
Reed, Anna 40
Reed, Mary 80
Reese, Dollie 78,82,90
Reese, Edith 91
Remmetter, Teresa 95
Reneau, Dan 78,82,83,84,85,88
Reneau, Mary 82,84,85
Renfro, Frank 1661 98
Reno, Jay 103
Reno, Herry 105
Ressinger, Cathy 94
Reynolds, Mary 80
Reynolds, Roy Eugene 51
Reynolds, Tom 84
Rhinehart, Linda 114
Rice, Charles 55,103,104,113
Richards, Janis 82
Richards, Kathy 41
Richards, Larry 107
Richardson, Roland 110,11
Roark, Ray 111
Roberts, Allan 92
Roberts, Darlene 43,86
Roberts, Dianna 61,62,86,88,136,
Robinson, Paul 55
Robinson, Ray 84
Roddy, Debbie 77
Roe, Max 78
Rogers, Lonnell 55
Romans, Ronnie W. 51
Rose, David 84
Ross, Linda 74
Ross, Wendy 94
Rotert, Brad 59
Roth, Jerry 101
Rothenbush, JoAnn 78,88
Roti, Lynn A.
Rott, Gary 70,86,92,116,134,140,
Rouse, John 63,148
Rowe, Max 80,81
Rowings, Paula 66,89
Rowley, Donna 90
Rozzell, Rickey Lynn 77,78
Rucker, Ronald F. 95
Rufner, Joe 87
Rupert, Susan 82,89,94
Rush, Linda 86
Russell, Chris 86
Russell, Joseph 51
Russell, Linda 94
Rynard, Kenneth 80
Sanders, ary 92,93
Sanders, Lillian 40
Sayles, Marcia 95
Scahill, Linda 78,79,B1,93,105,106
Scarbrough, Karen 89
Scarbrough, Kathy 89
Scarbrough, Linda 95
Schafer, Jack 91,92
Schaefer, Karl 94
Schneider, Timothy 89,113
Scott, Clifton 80
Scott, Paulp 82
Scott, Richard 30
Sears, Gerald 95,110,111,140
Sears, Linda 94
Sebastian, Larry 107
Seibert, Jack 8,80,92,93
Senour, Robert 55
Sexson, Richard iDick1 121,133
Shewman, Marsha 95,114
Sigg, Hans 60,63,78,82,94
Silvey, Charles 92,93
Silvey, Juanita 78,86,137,140,146
Sipf, Christian 45,74,76,77,78,80,81,
Skarer, Leonard 86
Smith, Cynthia 89
Smith, David S. 75,80,88,95
Tackett, Sherry 94
Takacs, John 82,84
Talbert, Janice 10,72,73,86,93,94,116,
Tandy, Jeffrey 84
Tardy, Marvin 111
Taylor, Becky 94
Taylor, Billie 113
Taylor, Charles 54
Taylor, Eric 104
Taylor, Jerry 107,108
Taylor, Patty 94,109
Taylor, Steve 63
Taylor, Sylvia 141
Taylor, Tim 78
Taylor, Toni 94
Teckenbrock, Bob 91,107
Terry, Byron 105
Terry, Paul 70,84
Tex, Leota 40
Thomas, Charlene 91
Thomas, Jerry 76
Thomas, Patti 76
Thomas, Robert 104
Thomas, Sandra 87
Thomason, Brenda 77
Wallick, Janice 87
Walters, Charles G. 57
Wand, Barry 71,76
Wand, Timothy 71,75
Ward, Bridgette 66
Watson, Alfred 105
Watson, William W. Jr. 74,77,78,80,
Webster, John 84
Webster, Mary 84
Weilhammer, Linda 89
Wells, Neica .38,73,74
Wetherell, Karen 82
Whaley, Steve 92
Wharton, Rick 105
Whitaker, Chester 114
Whitaker, Jerry 105
White, Teresa 40,80,95
Whitsman, Marsha 74,82
Winnington, Maxine 94
Wiley, Roger 46
Wilkerson, Larry 87
Wilkerson, Thomas 1Tom1 41,105
Wilkinson, Donald E. Jr. 78,85,92
Williams, Faye 82
Williams, Hallie 61,63
Smith, Donna 91
Smith, Eugenia 80
Smith, Gerald 51
Smith, Roy C. 77,80,86
Smith, Sharon 73,88,103,106
Smith, William B. 77,90
Soltau Jim 78,137,140
Spann Richard 51
' Karen Miss 40,106
Spencer, Robert Lee 60,63,75,90,95
Stafford, Linda 75,82
Stanfield, Sandra 84,89
Stansberry, Isaiah 69,76,9O
Stansberry, Mildred 76,91
Stark, Roger 114
Steffey, Jerry 54
Stephens, Helen 94
Stevenson, James 55
Stewart, Anne 10,61,78,106,129,140
Stewart, Jane 84
Stigler, Lemuel 108
Stockton, Elizabeth 66
Story, Judith 70,71,80,95
Strang, Teresa 32
Strong, Judy 40
Strubbe, John 103
Struble, Robert 104
Stuart, Mar 116
Suggs, Paulette 61,62,63,75,89,94,95,
Summers, Maryellen 58
Sutton, James 65,66,67,82,83,84,137,
Swanigan, Gregory 57
Sweeney, Kent 92,93
Swinford, James 93,103,104
Directed by Renato Pacini, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra plays
such selections as "Grand Canyon Suite" at the all-school assembly held
in the second semester.
Open House brings many interested parents to Tech to check up. Mr.
Rowland Leverenz brings out his grade book for their benefit.
Tittle, Clyde 136
Tinsley, Preston 77
Todd, Harry 50,62
Todd, Robert 78
Tolen, Dawn 68
Tomescu, Kris 77,83,88,94
Toney, Martin 92
Towler, Linda 95
Townsend, Felix 101
Tracy, Bill 87
Tremp, William 50
Trimmer, Varl 74
Trittipo, Micheal iMike1 68,69
Trotter, Geneva 91
Troxel, Jerry 75,88,89,95
Tucker, Connie 94
Tunstall, Beverly 66
Underwood, Darrell 76
Van Sickle, Thornton 76
Varber, Anita 49
Varnardo, Solomon 103,104
Vaughn, Kim 82,83,88
Vitt, Roger 82,83,84,85
Volstad, Kathryn 80
Wade, Sylvia Ann 91
Waggoner, Mark 84
Waggoner, Steven 82,84,85
Waldo, Neita 61,63,75,80,89
Walker, Fred 105
Walker, Robert 52
, Herbert 80
Williams, Keith 94
Williams, Lloyd 57
Williams, Mike 114
Williams, Paula 80
Willner, James 59
Wilson, George 60,62
Wilson, JoAnn 75
Wilson, Micheal 60,62,75
Wilson, Patty 94
Wilson, Robert lBobl 82,84,85
Wininger, Randy 80
Winkle, Barry 75,88,90
Winzenread, Mark 91,103
Wischmeyer, Ann 86,141
Witsman, Twanetta 74
Woempner, Kathleen 80
Wong, Linda C. 8B,91,141
Woo, William H. 51
Wood, Steve 104
Woodridge, David 77,84,90
Woods, James 28
Woods, Kathy 87
Woodson, Henry E. 90
Wright, Donald 82,83,84
Wright, Diana 84
Wright, Elizabeth KLibby1 70,78,89,93
Wright, Gary 66,68
Wright, Rebecca 94
Young, Clyde 76
Young, James 50
Zonder, Jeff 52,53
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The staff of the 1967 Cannon yearbook wishes to express its thanks for the assistance given' by the
following: Newsfoto Publishing Company and its representative, MR. DICK KENNARD, for technical ad-
vice, MR. KENNETH PUCKETT for financial guidance, our advertisers for help in financing our yearbook,
MRS. BETTY ROWLAND for accounting, clerical assistance, and moral support, Our roll room agents who
sold the yearbook, and our photographers.
Photo Credits are Listed by Initials: Dave Black,
Frederich Bonnet, Ronald Brenner, Ivan Christensen,
Dwayne Dixon, George Eads, Ronald Foster, Wil-
liam Gouge, James Jacobs, Kathy Karol, Bruce Lam-
bert, Jeffrey Oliveira, Larry Peters, Gary Rott, Paul
Top Yearbook Agents-Front Row: Sheila Posey,
Linda McKinney, Linda Chambers, Annetta Parnell
Back Row: Ronald Bridwell, Glenn R. Collins, Jef-
frey Oliveira, Donald J. Brown.
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