Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

 - Class of 1969

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Q Y . ,,H,..Qzl,-ix. , f-21-'TQ :ff :gr F gg- , ' Q .. .,, -,- -rw, ' ' ., 'Y 1, ' 31' A ,.-' 1 ' , ,. ,V-1 1 , , " ' H . w s? f - - J jaw M - f . , ff, ,- .mf ' 'v .,, ,:?,.' 4: .' -.52 'A Y ff- ' 'kv' I ,X 5-.fl 5 , 1 k ' i 1 D 1 r .V , Y if-' ,A-fb, , aff!f:1f,Zfff A, Ag ig,,f '9'?fr 1 14:3-' I A ,l ' ' , "N" -V . r,-Q. .-s " .4 ' as 1.5 rom "So ng o t e etters h KY, copyrlg t, 194 , 1 48, y essamyn West. Re nnt- d by permission of Harcourt, Brace 8: World, Inc. The Arsenal Cannon 1969 Volume 55 Arsenal Technical High School Indianapolis, Indiana ' '-1 'gk' l i A X Xlfg . Jq , fp, igg . ,e z '. J .' a-' ' L T 4'5" ""'s:,,?i" W. WM' , C 5 f A 'K 9 it , fr i? 1 xxx? f P 5'1fi ki ii x 8 gf " 2' FX , ,M is 3 3 -41" Exploring Spheres of T T Look-alikes Randy Brown, senior and brother Mike, freshman, exemplify physical growth during four years at Tech. 3 Freedom cannot be meas- ured, yet it has boundaries. One of these boundaries is the physical self, another the maturing personality. Life does not stand still, without growth, freedom could not explore its boundaries. During four years of growth Titans saw the campus change from winter bareness to springtime beauty. Shorty freshmen sprouted into tall seniors. Titans made new friends and gained new understandings. Students learned to accept defeat with- out bitterness, or to win without conceit. With ac- ademic growth, Techites saw that just getting by wasn't good enough. They gained the knowledge that to suc- ceed, one must test the out- er limits of his abilities. Struggling through the highs and lows of growing, many discovered at Tech A WAYTO LIVE. l li Seeking New Horizons in Moments of i "Cont'usement" reigns as freshies study a roll room distribution chart posted on the door of the Main. Said one lreshie to another, "I know my room number but is it in Treadwell Hall, the Arsenal, Stuart Hall, or the Cafeteria- Music Building?" Techites discovered new sights and sounds as they joined in the hustle and bustle of campus life. Squir- rels scampering about, the pinks and greens that adorn the campus in spring, the crispness of a freshly painted classroom, brought to many the realization of the growth and change taking place on Tech grounds. Confident, excited tones echoed through the halls as pupils voiced opin- ions on topics ranging from hippies to the war in Viet Nam. As Titans matured they discovered doors to open and new worlds to explore. 4 I E ui Will the real Charles Abernathy please step forward? Charlie Abernathy makes an acquaintance of Charlie, the health depart- ment model, as joel Cagle looks on. x l ll Il l ,v:1::lf11'..u'. it Handling the once strange equipment with in chemistry lab. 5 familiar skill, Richard Baylor and Susie Cut- shaw ponder the results of a "weigh-in" Happiness is doing your own thing, but first you must discover what it is. Here Maher- shall Gardner finds his bag-blowing a soul number in ajazz band. 9? 5 K x K F144-Q,-We .NWN '-X 'Y' 5 5 3' YQ I Q I . yr' W 1 'k ' "L'!s 52 QA .l ,p .. 1 g S 5 .vi ' ' s .g 45 'F.-. C- A ,D Q -' ' I KX 5 11- NE , ind' X f, gf, f 4 I vi x Q H Q ,. . . ..,. 3 M: S' 3 5 'fu 4, I 1 al , wr. I 1 ,. lzssm 4 5 0.1,-Q MQ A ,qw .afmg-f .W ,Milf V642 1 1 1' I ,Q , -Q f qisgqf' 'fe A 4 -4 1 3' I Aren't those red drums wild? High steppin' strutter Marilyn Frost dances in the Forum for the 1968 Mardi Gras. Building Self Confidence Through Participation Art pupils relax and sketch campus scenery oblivious to the busy traffic on Michigan Street. For Tech students participa- tion meant to join a club, to volunteer in class, in short to give something of themselves. As they became involved in Red Cross Club, the Cheer Block, Techites participated with the headlong vigor of youth. Sharing, being part- ners in doing, whether em- phasizing a point in class de- bate or constructing decora- tions for Mardi Gras, Titans reaped from all activities what they put into them. Rank upon rank, the Majorettes await their cue at the Broad Ripple game September 13, Drummer lames Campbell confidently carries the beat for "El Lobo Brass" in the Forum during the Mardi Gras. 7 -r, p 1 9 x, V- Wx ..,x,.:,,f,. Sig'-fl , ,M ' ,tyfxyff .Ei xx 2 5 5 W -r,-iw? N X J 1 VJ f, '-, Q, , wg, 2' XXL? 1334 N! K Xl V x, .P i iz S Q11 Ko I ,EV ,025 pk ,L X f -5 6: ' xX v :Q wi' A A 'F Participating in an early morning round of hopscotch which proved both exciting and enjoyable for several Tech students, Linda Brady, Lee Ann Eads, Eugenia Smith, Leonard jones, and Kathy Volstad, strive to score before the bell. .1 Even examination day can be enjoyable when the teacher asks the right questions. And what gives more zest than passing a test? Ask any chemistry pupil the day aftemiard. , . , i . , - i . Il ijlfl i ll ll with Enjoyment Participation with enjoy- ment-Techites found that even school was fun as the multiple activities .at Tech offered an escape from the doldrums of academic life. Soul sessions at games and dances glowed with youthful exuberance as Titans grooved with the beat. interludes be- tween classes offered oppor- tunities for gab sessions, and for the sale of wares such as badges, candy, and greeting cards to finance special projects. With a blank and questionable look on her face Kris Tomescu dances a super "soul" dance in the 1968 Turnkey April 20. The arms belong to David Griffin ! L- A vb-..,., 1 1 41 I Ivo my .NA 9. ,A ,X .X - Jw-1' -, 5 4 if "N Q . W VHA, 4 -QI f NEW 'T' Creating Zest Through Competition Jostling, friendly give and take to be first in line for lunch, numerous out- reached hands vying to catch the instructor's at- tention, the mad scramble in the lines at bookstore- these signify competition. Competition popped out at every turn on Tech's campus. Whether riding high on a winning streak, or in the throes of losing, the spirit of competition prodded pupils to do their best and try again. Unidentified Techites post a cheering On a brisk fall afternoon two flying Titans unidentified, trot around a desened track sign at the Broadrlpple TeCh game putting in the long hours of devoted effort necessary to make a winner. The backdrop Sophomore Honor Students-FRONT ROW: Martha Clark, Geneva jones, Har- old Lund, Andrea Freeman, Glenda Ar- nett. SECOND ROW: Cindy Miller, Brenda Cooper, Carol Eickhoff, Mary LaFara, Patty Luttrell, THIRD ROW: Steph- anie Cooper, Mary Dunham, Cindy Mentis, Kim Anderson, Sandie Spence. lunior Honor Students-FRONT ROW: Robert Sapp, Debbi Deckard, Dottie Panhorst, Donna Miller, Karen Darland, Robert Gladden, Carol Brown. SECOND ROW: Marsha Rae Morgan, Rick Bedwell, Steve johnson, Robert Kares, Kyle Fort, Rex Marshall, Michael Trittipo. Senior Honor Sweater Winners-FRONT ROW: David Cooper, Margie Godwin, Rachelle Lee, Wendy Ross, julia Boone, joy Caskey, Geraldine Clevenger, Kim Vaughn, Gail Collins, Cheryl Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Bill Barton, Bill Buckley, Kris Tomescu, Leo Condos, Mike Pinson, Allan Roberts, Steve Borden, jerry Harmon, Susan Clark, jenny Hylden. I2 Winningw i, t . gmail, Recognition . . .le-f-. ..,- f Senior Alvin Lee was elected national vice-president of the 1969 lunior Achievement conference, to be held next August at Indiana University. He served in a planning and promotional capacity for the year. Accomplishment, the final step, the supreme reward. For many, achievement meant a report card they could take home without worry. Being recognized by class- mates, becoming a leader on campus, being a senior at last, gaining membership in Bell Choir, SAO, Chess Club, -these represented achieve- ment. Every achievement brought with it a clearer perspective for living. 2 Earning recognition in foreign languages, Keith Chaney left won a summer trip to Mexico while Allan Roberts, above went to Germany Also winning honors were Susan Clark, who went to France Mike Pinson to Germany, and Rachelle Lee to Italy Indiana University Honors Abroad sponsored the trips. I3 '1fl'??I2"Sf's?i5 . v - ' -'fill' sw'f-ws.f'-'--- rf .- s.g.f.,.,, " wrqfgv: .fa E 'livin gs, 0, -s M" aa ,,,- -X... it ,--fafsi' A ' X Qllffifgiylkl-ft T. f' 5 :L ,rep 41 f 1,-.focus-,Y ' '- , tgws The Federal Inspection pauses while Tech salutes the colors. The annual ROTC display was held on May 15, 1968. A picturesque fountain in Woodruff Place West Drive enhances the charm and beauty of the area surrounding Tech. I4 HQ By'-Q . " ' wil? Gaining Dedication Through Maturity Seniors Lonnie Brown and luanita Hernandez fulfill the dream of graduation and look to the challenge of the future. Meeting the hectic swing of adult life loomed as a challenge for Techites. Dur- ing four years of confusion, discipline, success, disap- pointment, fun and compan- ionship, Titans completed a cycle and embarked into a newworld. A world of adult respon- sibilities and leadership-a world without the security of high school life was the springboard for some to the business world, for others to the academic world of col- lege. Serving the community, the country and the world, Techites gained maturity, and dedication-A WAY TO LIVE. The Drill Team reacts with proficiency dur- ing Federal Inspection. .UH .U I1 ill 9, I I ,Iwl .1:gf"' I" li I 1. 'I in iff r c ' I Living, Learning Titans Tackle Class As four years of learning progressed, Techites discov- ered that high school meant more than just football games and dances. Many burned the midnight kilowatts, striving to pass an all-important exam. Grade day brought with it the end results of assignments completed and tests passed. L As an introduction to their unit of study on newspapers, English Ill classes receive instruction, courtesy of the Indianapolis Star-News and Mr. Lloyd Anderson, educational service co- ordinator. His assistant, Mrs. jane Staley, shows slides and explains how a modern newspaper is produced. Pictures, dramatic action- English is self-expression "Which book would you choose? Gone With the Wind or Becket?" Each winner of the Paragraph Con- test had the privilege of selecting any paper back book in the English Office. The contest was centered on the English Department theme of Open House, "Always keep in the best company when you read." Best compositions were selected from each English class and sent on for final competition. More enthusiasm sparked as stu- dents polished their best compo- sitions and poems for possible pub- lication in Skylines, a collection of creative writings organized yearly by the public schools. Nationally, five juniors, jennifer Hylden, R. Kim Vaughn, Terry Boyd, Wendy Ross, and Allan Roberts, represented Tech in the National I8 Rehearsing the play, "Fumed Oaks," Bill Barton and Anita Marcum play up an action scene in their drama class, taught by Mr. Robert Maloy. Council of Teachers of English Achievement Awards. After testing and submitting writings, they re- ceived the recommendation of the council to the colleges of their choice. "'--X swing. V s P Y. s . Left: The use of an opaque projector with action slides of a Siamese cat and a dog in tense combat stimulates the thinking of stu- dents of Mrs. Bennett's English IV class. Right: an "uncalico" cat, Monster, sizes up her assailant, Samantha, for an experimental Below: After the organizing thoughts and editing a jot-list, students express themselves in theme form. Kathy Miller and Gary Dun- ning capture a smooth flow of ideas. English Department-FRONT ROW: Bernice jones, Mesdames Barbara Machin, Margaret Hahn, Barbara Southwick, Miss Susan Bettis, Mrs. Virginia Cassel, Robert Maloy. SECOND ROW: ludi McBride, Mes- dames Florence Schnakenberg, Mildred McAfee, Margaret Clapp, Miss Martha Gascho, Mrs. Marjorie Garrett, Gertrude lnsley. THIRD ROW: Mesdames Arvilla Bennett, Doris L. Webber, Joyce A. Hanna, Sue Cooper, Miss Irene Rhodes, department head, Mesdames Linda Vaughn, Anne Hamlet, Mary Lunsford. FOURTH ROW: Dale Renault, Mesdames Alice C. Goodrum, Maureen McMahon, Lidian Frank, Miss lane Timmerman, Margaret Waters, Robert F. Ford, Tom Danheiser, Fred McNanny. FIFTH ROW: Mesdames ludy Kothe, Ruth Long, Kirby Lehman, Emmett F. Hardiman, john A. Lewis, C. T. Tresslar, Patricia L. Otten, Richard Ridge, Mrs. Diane Comstock, Paula E. Lopossa. Social Studies Department-FRONT ROW: Lisa Schulte, Ebert W. Miner, Dean Carbone, Mrs. Martha Bradshaw. THIRD ROW: William Smith, John Kanouse, james E. Taflinger, Bruce Mcoeath, Karl Siedlecki, department head, lohn Eason, Clyde Smith, William A. Schneider, Mrs. Esther Cooper, Francis Lyons. SECOND ROW: William Kimberlin, Lloyd H. Wagner, Len leffers, W. Pokai K. Hage, Duane R. R. Norris, Donald A. Hanlin, Robert E. Meyer, Wesley I. Murphy, john Blankenhorn. Not Pictured, Walter Dininger. I I C O Election '68 dominates class discussions Election '68 found students en- peciallyinformative. Precincts, polls, rolled in social studies classes dis- voter requirements, and con- cussing various issues of the com- ventions were only a few of the ing election. The week preceding areas discussed. Climaxing the election day was filled with debates week's activities was an election and campaign speeches designed in which Techites recorded their to give students a greater under- choice of candidates on mimeo- standing of American politics. Many graphed ballots. Techites found this week to be es- l iz' Bob Medcalfe searches for an answer in his economics book, as he prepares a worksheet for his teacher, Ebert Smith. 20 Q W, if i 35- , , 1.313- 4 . , ag. , , if 511- A ' " - MS? , my Q 0 B S55 gg W9 9 064.455 U .91 Y Wi ,Q 'fm fe Q , SHT? .v"f S . 'Q ? A E' G N 1' Wx Qegagyfsg ,G if W Nm., '-:Q Q Go Q , -3- Q QQ Q 'P+' K4.f m Q Q : We 30 o X U 'K WERE 21 Pl WYE FDI NIXUN 1 -- - ..,. .,.... ,... , . i 5 P .- ,' 5 L -'r fl gq , -h 5, K Students in Mrs. Fine's Latin IV class listen as Robert Davis relates the setting ofthe story with a geographic region. Class members are: FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Thompson, Barbara Robert- son, Harold Lund. SECOND ROW: leanette Ezell, Mary Helms, james Perkins. - 4-lik -'rf-w J Y ist 3:3 f V igfvf- 5 1. 2317! 1 '- Q ' .. 114-"""gQ"i'k " - deans? gn Ml: ,Q ,,6"5'f:- -'SMH 5 lx' :fftief . S 'f'H.Xl "" 0 w EW S fi S E 5, Fr-23" i "Comprende espanol?" ask many teachers. If the question ever comes up, these students can answer, "Si!"FRONT ROW: james Donelson, Diane Thomason, Glenda Lamb, Madonna Barnes, Marlena O'NeiI. SECOND ROW: Vicki Bannon, Keith Hines, DeAndre Bell, james Isbell. 22 Films of France are the basic interest of French students in the Foreign Language Laboratory: Yolanda jefferson, Glenda Munn, Yvonne johnson, Keith Wilkerson, Lucinda Lott, Constance Camplin, Alica Marshall, Robert Rexroat. if S SW Foreign Language Department-FRONT ROW: Mesdames Susan Undemrood, Serine Fine, Mary Bedell, Miss Constance Harvey. SECOND ROW: Mesdames Carol Platt, Maria Lagadon, Miss Rita Sheridan, department head, Patricia Able. Language barrier brokeng foreign dialects fly in halls Techites discovered new worlds this year as they studied foreign languages with emphasis on con- versational abilities. Students who had spent the summer in foreign countries, found their niches as teacher-assistants imparting accents, syllables, and intonation to fellow- students. Teachers .rearranged procedure to conform with new direct-approach texts. French books are written en- tirely in that language. Spanish com- bines exercises in grammar and speaking. Conversational language, a non-homework subject, was offered as a preparation for the regular course. Grammar develops more naturally when speaking abil- ity comes first. Wilbur Moore uses bulletin board pictures and text for conversation in German with Frieda Mindach, Bruce Oakley and Donald Whitecotton. 23 Having tuned her double bass, Kim Ander- son awaits a cue. Music Department-loesph Bachmeyer, john White, Douglas Perry, William Moon, depart- ment head, Mrs. Sandra Fanning, Richard Switzer, Richard Laughlin. Music students lay chocolate nest egg Tech-Bandsmen, Majorettes, and choir members were a plague to dieters this year. These musicians infiltrated our campus with a wide array of tempting chocolates. Com- petition was keen as members en- deavored to be the top salesmen of their groups. Techoir enjoyed their profits during their annual Christmas carolling activities. Overflowing their chartered buses, this group traveled around Indianapolis sing- ing to friends of Tech. Their night was climaxed in a rollicking party with plenty of food. Dreaming of the day when they will really "step out in style," Bands- men are saving for new uniforms. Looking forward to new and ex- citing adventures, Band members sold their quota, and diligently saved their profits. 3 X. s jr., t. The Girls Ensemble add sparkle to the entertainment at Open House Eugene Broadnax "souls" on the 88's during a lunch-hour "take-five." as they sing and model their new blue outfits. The Music Department provides practice rooms. 24 Tech artists cultivate variety of media Mary LaFara grins happily as she works on her clay project in an Art III class. Later she will fire the figurine. Mr. Locker's sign-painting class prepares posters for various campus organizations. w 3' -4 Q 1 '1 Without silica there would be no glass, no bricks, no electrical appli- ances, no cars. Silica is a substance of clay, which, when treated with high heat, becomes the chief com- ponent of ceramics. Without it the Art Department could not under- take projects such as modeling stat- ues, ashtrays, figurines, pitchers, and pots. Art students would be handicapped in their training with- out ceramics. Now with the knowl- edge of this compound, we appre- ciate more the ceramics produced in art classes. 5 iff' x?"!l5J Using water colors and brush, lackie Fagan paints a copy ofa pencil-drawn sketch. A Z E Art Department-FRONT ROW: Lorena Phemister, LaVon Whitmire, Mesdames Emmagee Washington, Louise Schneider, department assist- ant. SECOND ROW:.Marian Hamilton, Mesdames Louise A. Harts, Adamay Alexander. THIRD ROW: William Locker, Michael Slover, Kermit Swenson, department headg Ernest Medcalfe. Math takes students from nuttin' to sum-tin' "Adding machines in math?" "Yes, its definitely true," says Mr. Stoeckinger, head of the Mathe- matics Department. This conver- sation refers to the Practical Arith- metic class. Using a teacher, an aide, and the machines is an entirely new concept aimed toward students with acute problems in math. Another class that starts many a befuddled student on the highway of successful thinking is the two- 23. period algebra class, designed to . 'K ' start wheels turning. It is for stu- 2 dents who have a high potential but ,I 'Q Q' f"-A I , ,, QL .lx .ity K- 5 - are slow in understanding concepts. r . el'- .1 Y, M' 1 igf '. . .1 -2, Y? if ,- 19-' . f- il ! . , ' A V, xl 9' 13 8:-ff' fs V .- gy 1 .5 'vif gl , ll V ' ,. .gt 950:11 3 ' 1,f'.,"b xl, . .Hg-I.: t 4-A, Q' 3 .f's, , x iii 4, 1, x get -- f . a 1552 I Above: Mrs. Walker aids her students in performing the difficult task of mastering exponential equations. Right: Surveying the problem, but not receiving the correct results, she gives the normal reaction of an Algebra lteacher. l Mathematics Department-FRONT ROW: Richard R. Soendlin, ludy DeKemper, Harry Smith, Richard Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth Chohany, Betty Lea Mansfield, Harold 5. Brown. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Gwendolyn jones, Dale W Sare, Don Robinson, William M. Gentry, Mrs. Madora Walker, William R. Wheeler, Mrs. Marian Strickland. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Marilyn Hoffman, Arnold Lehman, Ronald Ireland, Steve Kaeuper, john H. Stoeckinger, department headg M.A. Kriese, C. H. Corbin. The geometry class finds their teacher, Mr. Kriese, amusing yet de- was left from a previous class, and judging from appearances, it's manding as they try to solve a proposition. The work on the board certainly not trig. Math isn't always plugging numbers into equations. it's interesting and fun. Here, Nikki Hamilton learns how to use a slide rule. Math student, Tim Wand, explains that two twelve-inch rulers say 2 plus 7 equals 9, but a slide rule, matching figures in the same way, says 2 times 7equals 74. Practice makes perfect, Nikki takes the helm. 27 Physical science offers hair-raising year The sounds of bunsen burners, a teacher lecturing, and students laughing can be heard through the Old Shop Building as physical science classes undertake experi- ments. This year introduced a feel- ing of newness in many students, for the laboratories have been up- dated. Often a class will march down to the film room, or "wine celIar" as it is affectionately called, to see a movie about their class' current study. In effect, however, most students prefer the lab work rather than lectures and movies, even though in lab they must wear goggles, to protect their eyes. Physical Science Department-FRONT ROW: lanice Cooper, Louis Allen, W. j. Graney, Mrs. Pauline Caldwell, james De Clue, David Beeson. SECOND ROW: Richard Dyke- man, Leo Deming, Mrs. Edna Stewart, William Trozer, Steven Smith. THIRD ROW: Hadley Haworth, Ralph Wolverton, james May, Bruce Turney, lohn Kern. Physics involves more than experimentation. Roy Lowhorn and Tom Hickey write notes after concentration. r .WAV ludging from their engrossed expressions, loyce Washington, Regina Pope, and Linda Quackenbush find chemistry absorbing. X 53 W L Q5 . ., ww-ag, A .1 li .,,.wc3mg,? "'5-w2.s- '2- l l i 15 gl y ,. A TXQ at im f 515 F J. 'V D , , xiii 2 Q R a E 45 A 'V A H me ff mum.. 2 ll! 4. Girls moan The odor of formaldehyde pen- etrated the air as members of a Biology Il class began the intensive operation of dissecting frogs. Trays rattled as the specimens were handed out. Girls moaned while the boys cheered. However, the groans changed to interested com- ments as students anticipated learn- ing the importance of each minute organ. 5 boys cheer, biologists at work The actual dissection of the frog gives pupils a chance to learn where an organ is located and how to relate the name and function of an organ to its appearance. Upon completion of their work, these biology students felt that dissection is one of the informative and interesting experiences in the sciences. rf. ...Am-4. LM W Sam Pounds and Mamie Brown take a moment to wonder at their findings during the dissection ofa fetal pig. Using notes and a chart for reference, Randy Beck points out growth patterns of a pea seedlingto classmate Terry Wong. Biological Science Department-FRONT ROW: Audrey Corne, department head, Roy K. Terrell. THIRD ROW: William M. lohnson, Mesdames Darlene Wagner, Ruth Shannon, Mercedes Guess, Arthur G W Howard M W Whalin Howard L Cook Robert F C ll' Kirsch, Mrs. ludy M. Hunt. SECOND ROW: Dick Allen, Robert I. Stleveh Lunsford,Ra-y Reed. ' l , l O ms' Orth, lohn F. Wythe, David S. Hon, R. D. Martin, lohn A. Farley, 31 the sewing machine. 5 I I , v For "the works," Bill Barton tries TGCl'I'S own beauty salon which, in reality, is a Cosmetology class. For more of the "new" - Bill, see the senior section. 3.1 Diana Lambert bastes together the parts of her own creation in her Clothing Ill class. Taking advantage of Tech's home economics facilities, Shirley Wingo demonstrates skills at i 6 E Cadet teacher Susan Brown performs a demonstration for Mrs. Nancy Bell's Foods I class. Members of the group are Nancy Sisk and Nancy Creech. .1- ii? Two daring boys invade women's world The doors to the future may be opened with home economics acting as they key. Students can learn to bake, sew, babysit, run a household, and get along with others. One of the most popular classes with seniors is Family Living. This course teaches pupils to know themselves, their friends, and their families. It takes them through the dating age, the study of sex, the con- sequences of intimate situations, and marriage. Members of this class say the instruction is most helpful, as the majority of teenagers not taking such instruction have to learn through experience. Under- classmen, too, look forward to the course. At the end of a task well done, Dave spoons out his delicious sloppy loes to serve a hungry Not every guy has the lion-heart of Dave Black who takes an afternoon off to visit a girls' foods class and joins them in "cooking group. Nobody checked the disposall later, but Da ve was invited to return. up a storm." Home Economics Department-FRONT ROW: Mesdames Mary V. Woolford, Mildred Wallace, Miss Frances Smith, Mesdames Nancy Gillette, Ruth Stafford, Elva Wignall. SECOND ROW: Mesdames Natalie Ransom, Marian Holly, Marian Moore, Miss Marguerite Hardy, Mesdames Elizabeth Holtsclaw, Marjore McCutcheon. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ilze Bye, Miss Hilda Kreft, department headg Mesdames Mary Penrod, Nancy Bell, Hollie Hart, Wyolene Cody, laniece Young. Not pictured, Mrs. Mary Staten. 33 Good training in business begins at Tech Today in our country, enterprise is flourishing. Typewriters, adding machines, mimeographs, com- puters, and the operators of these machines, form the backbone of business. Without these, all organ- ization and speed would be lost. Tech has one of the largest busi- ness education departments in the state. Besides a multitude of manual and electric typewriters, Tech owns several computers for education of key punch operators, including those at Mallory Technical Institute. ,,,.,, L... Mat- ft The mimeographing machine fascinates Cynthia Moore, foreground, and Jeanie Kinney along with their instructor, Mrs. Marjorie Parker, center. f Business Education Department-FRONT ROW: Margaret Peterson, Mesdames Debroah Gioe, Annabelle Adams, Miss Mona Woodward, department head, Mrs. Esther Carpenter, Edna Maley, Alice M. john- son. SECOND ROW: Patricia J. Cruser, Keith V. Kuck, Mesdames 34 Sarah F. Hamer, Karen Davidson, Marjorie Parker, Lois A. Smith, Gwen Ohmit, Miss Joyce Freeman. THIRD ROW: William Peterson, Ellen Martin, William Guess, David George, john Wiggins, Mrs. Lois Frye, M. Turpin Davis, I. C. Harger. QR 1 an Y S 5 W u? 5 Q, Q32 :iv 529 w,. C C X any A, xf im in c-'38-5 A .,,. ..-1 'L 1 '1. 1 New equipment up-dates metal trades program Repairing all types of broken objects is the main hobby of the Metal Trades Department. They repair everything from broken clutches on driver education cars to missing rungs from school chairs, and save the city money by doing so. New equipment has given the students a .broader variety of pro- jects on which to work. New additions to the pattern making shop are a True Trace Three Diminsional Bridgeport Mill , fl ll Preparing a sand mold is the next step for foundry pupils Richard Oliver and Lloyd T. Williams. Casting will follow. and an electric discharge machine. The mill enables an operator to re- produce a given shape, and the discharge machine corrects minor errors in workmanship. ln the welding department a heavier steel punch, welding table, and two-ton electric hoist have been added. A Speedy Melt Furnace in the foundry gives the students an op- portunity to work with cast iron for the first time. john Daniels looks like a man from another planet as he does a piece of saddle welding in Mr. Cruser's class. The face shield is a safety precaution. Eye protection is required ofall pupils in shop. Q- Pattern Making Ill-VI: Darrell Smith, at disk sander, Don Sparks, Ben Stark, Donald Din- kins, Steve Dorris, Daryl Thomas. .......,-,Q As part of his training in Metal Trades, Robert Satterthwaite operates a lathe in Mr. Whetstine's class. Metal Trades Department-FRONT ROW: Verl Whetstine, Emanuel Cruser. SECOND ROW: john C. Hill, lr., Norman Brinker, department head. Harold Williams gains experience with the Hitachi horizontal milling machine, a new piece of equipment which cost S12,000. Pupils are prepared to use the latest equipment in industry when they take jobs after graduation. 37 Make a house? Building trades teach how Hammering, sawing and grind- ing are some of the familiar sounds heard in the Building Trades De- partment. Beginning students train in the five divisions of this depart- ment spending one six weeks period in each, and then move on to take a course in basic electricity. Different branches include paint- ing, decorating, carpentry, mason- ry, cabinet-making, and plumbing. Tedious work? A masonry pupil applies the skill and precision needed in brick-laying. ABOVE Cutting and threading pipes are a couple of the tasks Andy Sargent must com- plete in his plumbing class during the course of the year. Building Trades Department FRONT ROW: Ray Turner, Charles Kocher. SECOND ROW: Charles Hylton, Paul E. Oscarson, john Tincher. THIRD ROW: William E. Sharp, Howard E. Beall, Rayfield Anderson, Morris Woods, department head. i 4 l l Papering one of the practice walls in the Building Trades Depart- Safety is the word as lesse Thomas, wearing goggles, carefully guides ment, Steve McCurn and Dennis jones give attractive print to a board as the power saw passes through it. In the background, David some once-plain areas. Hess and Keith Bunch watch. Stagecraft Crew-FRONT ROW: Willie Williams, Vernice Marshall, Mike Smith. SfCOND ROW: Steve Decker, Peggie Bonfils, Mike Jacobs, Steve Beckham, Gary Adams, lim Holtsclaw, Robert Tramell, William Harris, Leonard Terry, William Hicks, Carl Crigsby. 39 i Electrifying subject makes sparks fly To make the world revolve around plugs, motors, and tubes, one must start right here at Tech in the fresh- man year. Electrical Trades, the first course offered to all freshmen is the be- ginning of this fantastic career. From there pupils go into special fields and make experts of them- selves. Some learn to fix refrigera- tors. Some are taught to repair hi-fi sets, radios, and televisions. Work is done by the students for people wanting their services. From high school, students can go right into their specialized fields. Electricity can be a fascinating subject as William Ford, Glen Rody, and Calvin Skip- per learn. In Mr. Bramblett's Electricity IV class pupils test a D.C. motor. Electrical Trades Department-FRONT ROW: Gerold Bramblett, Earl Terry, department head, john Mullenax. SECOND ROW! Charles Farr, Kenneth Gilliland, William Stewart. sq 11 40 6 uguwsia QT , pd 1 .Q N 11 'L- .,r' -. ,A r KT' ? z"'f ' -' 3 .iw 2 ,, . Ill w.xff . qi, J A ,t,fu, 1. I E N H U ,fx 'E115 X H 'fi' 'Xxx 'ha I L gr i 1 r' .. Tig ": 'SA 2. ' xi ,uv W, . .i ,.. .W K , Q 'fr f-'F IIIW :er " , Kenneth E. Drexler and Scott A. Means watch a demonstration in Mr. Berger's avi- ation shop. Y . 1 One of the steps in building a PA22 piper airplane is installing insulation. Donald M. Mindach and Roger Lee Hendrickson perform the job with care. Worrying a little about a leaky gas line, Jerry Brewster, auto mechanics pupil, takes a bug's eye view of the trouble. 42 Mechanics tinker, learn-engines purr Prepared for surgery, a car's engine is being inspected by Tom Lohman and Kerry Cummins, auto-aviation pupils. HIGH Keith Herbert lends an assist as Norman Roberts plunges into the Plymouth Trouble Shooting Contest at the Motor Speedway, spring, 1968. Auto-Aviation Department-FRONT ROW: B. E. McColly, Oral E. Henderson, Fred I. Keller, C. 'L Thompson, Roben E. Crooke, Dan S. Malone. SECOND ROW: Sam Dudkowski, depart- ment head, H. K. Clark, lr., William Tremp, George Mack. THIRD ROW: Herbert Van Der Moere, Dale Herrington, Lewis Pence, Doug Thompson, William Berger. From the far northwest corner of the Tech campus comes the sound of tinkering and clanging for which members of the Auto Trades De- partment are responsible. The work lies in the hands of the teachers in the auto mechanics and auto body shops. For the person who really doesn't know the difference, the first is the group that services and repairs the moving parts of the car while the latter is the group that works on the parts of the car that meet the eye. Boys who major in this field receive a vocational certif- icate at the end of their eight-credit program if they maintain at least a C average. Helpful to boys who can't make up their minds about an occupation, the Auto Trades Department is one of the answers. Armed with a wrench and a determined look, lerry Brewster prepares to do battle with a cylinder block. ve"- ? l T' Mr. Billington gives pointers to Nathniel A Booker Larry Winston Gregory Buckley, and jerry Person on the operation of the new Heidleburg Cylinder Press in the press room Ex Printing, drafting keep lively pace with time Did you ever wonder where your Cannon newspaper comes from? How about your tardy slips and part-times? Do you think they come from a publishing company? They are produced by no other than your own Tech Printing De- partment. Sophomores may enter the course in printing. Each has his own separate job, whether operating a linotype or running the new IBM type-setting machinery. The challenging world of tri- angles and squares has been opened to students enrolled in drafting classes. Even though computers seem to be taking over many fields, draftsmen are in constant demand. These classes consist almost en- tirely of boys, but some girls are accepting the invitation. Mr. Elliot feels the girls may be more meticulous in their work and may spark competition among the boys. john Doty and Robert Henderson operate one of Tech's two semi-automatic paper cutters The department prepares the familiar Drill Book used in English classes. Drafting translates ideas into plans which later become reality. Syl- vester Edwards goes "back to the drawing board" with the gleam of creative energy to encourage him. Drafting Department-FRONT ROW: Harold Elliott, department heady Samuel Skomp, Scott Houldson, john M. Williams. SEC- OND ROW: Carl Meditch, Robert Stock- ard, Floyd Tobrocke, Burney jackson. Steve Borden tries an architect's tools as he finalizes house plans in Architectural Drafting class. Printing Department-FRONT ROW: Clyde S. Armel, department head: Ralph E. Clark, Robert W. Smith. SECOND ROW: Harold Deem, Floyd W. Billington, Terry Yeagley. Health and Physical Education Department-FRONT ROW: Mes- Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, lack Bradford. THIRD ROW: Phil Quillrn dames Sara Ellison, Bea Harding, Donna Sims, Howard Catt, Shirley I. M. Kleine, jr., Melvin Bowers, Ivan Moreman, lack Bowsman, lohn Parrett, Sharon Parrett, Blanche Williams. SECOND ROW: Mesdames Koontz, Daniel Camplese, Thomas Barnes. Shirley Lundgren, Mary Lou Manka, Carlos Bell, Robert Woodard, Physical education is key to good health "Has someone lost his teeth- maybe a dinosaur or a giant?" On display in health classes, an enormous set of dentures with a tooth brush of equal scale at- tracted comments from students, wide-eyed at the sight. A part of the Dental Health Kit made for Tech by Indiana University, the dentures can be used to illustrate the correct way to brush one's teeth. Also included in the kit are wafers which dye food particles left on a person's teeth, and x-ray plates of cavities. Health is taught not only in health classes but in physical education classes as well. New showers, installed during the summer and completed early in the fall, were a great addition to facilities in the girls' gym. Easier on the eyes of sports participants and observers is the new lighting system in the boys' gym. Mercury lights better illumi- nate the gym for classes, games, and assemblies. With muscles straining, members of a boys' Right, George O'Haver doesn't mind the physical education class try to show that needle as he is given a free tuberculin skin they're not 98-pound weaklings. test as a health education project. 46 Sharon Hartley and William Harrell partici- pate in a sight-saving l:lass taught by Miss Parker. Their skill is most essential to their school success. L , . Right: "Has someone lost his teeth?" asks Roseanne Harp holding monstrous dentures during a demonstration on brushing tech- niques. ROTC program prepares military leaders Mindful of discipline, neatness, and character, 400 pupils enrolled in ROTC. They formed two battal- ions with three companies each. Officers received instruction in teaching classes. Through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Tech boys pre- pared for future military service. They competed in numerous team meets and in Federal Inspection. Both this year's Drill Team and Rifle Team rated first place at the city-wide meet. In 1968 the ROTC received its 47th consecutive honor star at the Federal Inspection. i i Y s ROTC Color Guard-C12 Lt. lay Campbell, C1Cpt. Larry Green, C11 Lt. lerry Steffey, C12 Lt. Dan Kurbursky. The group leads the presenting of the colors at assemblies. ROTC Cadet Officers-FRONT ROW: C1Cpt. Bradley Nahas, C1Cpt. Kenneth Schultz, C11 Lt. Anthony Vaughn. SECOND ROW: C11 Lt. lerry Steffey, C1Cpt. Stephen Hooker, C1Cpt. Larry Green. THIRD ROW: C12 Lt. Gary Covey, C11 Lt. Timothy Couse, C11'Lt. john Tilford. FOURTH ROW: C12 Lt. Noel Crabill, C12 Lt. Dan Kurbursky, C11 Lt. lerry Brewster. FIFTH ROW: C12 Lt. lay Campbell, C12 Lt. Paul Pryor, cfz Lt. johnny Harper. SIXTH ROW: C11 Lt. Frederick Luten, C12 Lt. Sampson Wilburn, C12 Lt. Greggory Parham, C12 Lt. George Arm- strong. 48 ROTC Cadet Sponsors: FRONT ROW: Hon. CX1 Lt Mary Chew, Hon. C11 Lt Marilyn Isbell, Hon. Cf? Lt Melanie Morphew, Hon. CX1 Lt Debbi Dechard. SECOND ROW: Hon. C11 Lt Margo Ranson, Hon. CX1 Lt julia Boone, Hon. CX1 Lt Rochelle Lee. ROTC Instructors: MSG Thomas Dawson, MSG Arthur Wilkinson, SFC Francis Wall, SFC Semor Chambers. Ranks at ease await inspection and stand proud to be members of Tech's ROTC unit. With a dedicated look, 1 Lt. Melanie Morphew lrighti stands at a very attentive position while 1 Lt. Debbie Deckard marches past in a Tech ROTC Drill Team practice session. 49 Above, ROTC Drill Team-FRONT ROW: Hon C11 Lt. Debbie Deck- ard, C1Cpt. Timothy Couse, C1Cpt. George Vaughn, C11 Lt. Gary L. Covey. SECOND ROW: Hon. C11 Lt. Margo Ransom, C1Cpt. john Tilford, C1Maj. Kenneth Schultz, C11 Lt. Dan Kurbursky. THIRD ROW: Hon. C11 Lt. Melanie Morphew, C1Maj. Larry Green, C1Maj. Bradley Nahas, C1Cpt. jerry L. Steffey. Left, below: In the rifle range in the basement of the Barracks, crack riflemen shoot it out in a practice session. Taking aim are C11 Lt. jerry Steffey, C1Cpt. Larry Green, C11 Lt. jerry Brewster, C1Cpt. Brad Nahas, and C1Cpl. Steve Hooker. 1e,,.u,e.,, -M , .. ROTC Rifle Team-C11 Lt. jerry Steffey, C!Cpt. Larry Kenny Schultz, C!Cpl. William Kirby, C!Cpt. Steve Green, co-captain, CX1 Lt. jerry Brewster, CfCpt. Brad Hooker. Nahas, captain, Hon. CX1 Lt. Melanie Morphew, CfCpl. ROTC Drill, Rifle teams hit target year Practicing the straight manual exchange are nine members of the cadet Drill Team. In the middle is C!Cpt. Kenny Schultz. From left to right Striving for accuracy and precision in marks- are CI1 Lt. lerry Seffey, CX1 Lt. George Vaughn, C!1 Lt. john Tilford, manship, Rifle Team member Kenny Shultz Cf5gt. Michael Snorden, C!2 Lt. Dan Kurbursky, Cf1 Lt. Timothy "draws a bead on the camera." Couse, C!Capt. Larry Green, and cfz Lt. Cary Covey. ,, . H . .K if ' . K A ., J"'-.- ,f ' . 8 i .. .7 I ,, Q if 51 Spirits High-Sportsmen Vie Me, yes me. , What could I be? "' My legs are long And I'm very lean But, I use what l've got, For the city's best team. I may be black, or I may be whiteg Yet this makes no difference Cause, I'm a Techite. -Michael Baird N , ,Y ' ' "IW 1 'I' 1 1, , - 3 W I ' .win - , I .x "' ' 3'N Wy: if I 1 511.31 ww "WA if ,f g, ,'? ,ag- ff' "',,,.! 40' BMW S att ld" . 'HW Tc. ,. '68 Varsity and Reserve Track Team-FRONT ROW: james Lewis, Glenn Bentley, Terry Kimberly, Charles johnson, Charles Rice, Mil- ton Allen, Robert Hill, Phil Black, David Bailey, Phil Howard. SEC- OND ROW: Kent Clark, Mike Baird, Ron Buses, Alvin Lee, Denny Griggs, Kevin Lacey, Sylvester Edwards, Steve Woods, Victor Breland, 'T' " t 'T 'W' ii J, G' ' Dininger, coach. 'WK' .r ti evra E7 'H' T' -. .I jerry Laker, Warren Tiffany, Arnold Smith, Paul Scott, Rex Marshall, Anthony Covington, William Lowe, David Harmon, Anthony Parret, lames Black. FOURTH ROW: Bruce McGeath, head coachg Greg Parham, Larry Sutton, David Little, Fred Walker, james Oakley, Walter Claude Mickle, lohn Kirby. THIRD ROW: Fred Luten, james Perkins, Va rs ity track men captu re coveted city title After placing second in the first Tech Invitational, and third in the North Central Relays a week later, the Titans approached the city track meet as underdogs. They overcame their lowly role to cap- ture the city crown. Later Titans placed second in the sectional and thus completed the season. With Victor Breland, Tech's sophomore hurdler, takes a fast one in a practice session. many underclassmen remaining for next year, loyalty centered around Head Coach Bruce Mc- Geath and his assistants, john Koontz, Walter Dininger, Melvin Bowers, and Don Camplese. Glenn Bentley broke the high hurdles record this season with a time of 15 seconds flat. The mile VARSITY TRACK Indoors Tech 64 Washington 45 Tech 49 Bloomington 59 Outdoors Tech 105 Marshall 13 Tech 58 Washington 61 Tech 81 Warren Central 37 Tech 78 Southport 40 Tech 79 Shortridge 60 Tech 67 Kokomo 51 54 relay team set a new school rec- ord of 3:26.8. Members of that team were Robert Hill, Charles johnson, Fred Walker, and Alvin Lee. The 880 relay team set a new 1:31.24 school record. Mem- bers were Victor Breland, Claude Mickle, john Kirby, and Glenn Bentley. M A' . V ,- . time ' 1 at . 1452 -fs as-ease 1, . ,,t.f-f:e:h..tf-" .-Ji - 3 . .2 , I l I 1 gi' wt' 'Qi' ' A 1,3.,,,, at-V. y Qxxxxxxk , tiff' Tech's hurdler, Glenn Bentley, breaks the school record in the high hurdles. Glenn's new record is 15 seconds flat. S ri"--' 'ai ' t r ,s il S K , ,, 1 ,gil Q.: uv'- i ' , all r . ...Q . t , . - A 5' Q L I I. .3 '-'- ,fag ve' D 1 W, Q Ron Buses hands the baton off to Fred Walker in an attempt to set a record for . - one of Tech's relay teams. Bruce Price, Tech's freshman two mile run- ner, is pooped after giving everything he had in a losing cause. VX 1 vast 1 Zi? 'suv l .Ex QL 1 ..-,,,,e 15 fe ,auf f W7 ' l K if i EI l sw a il ffhy ,l , ...., S.. f wks '68 Freshman Track Team-FRONT ROW: Mike Harris, Elmore jones, burt Moore. THIRD ROW: Melvin Bowers, coachp Harold johnson, Steven Watts, Cato Cork, joe McCowan, Nathaniel Allen, Martin Shirley Glover, Robert Eaton, Robert johnson, Houston Smith, Walter jones, manager. SECOND ROW: Ronald Davie, james Harney, Mark Thompson, Bruce johnson, Kenneth Sanders, Daniel Camplese, coach. Brents, Steve Breland, Bruce Price, Robert Platt, King Andrews, Wil- 6. ?,., .as ,hut .sew A ,-r .. '68 Varsity Baseball Team-FRONT ROW: Bill Hodgson, joe Wilson, Winzenread, Steve Funke, Danny Pride, Tom Hickey, Rick Roark jack Paul Wilson, lack Harmon, Gary Champion, Howard Cearlds, Roger Seibert, Ivan Moreman, coach. Payne. SECOND ROW: Chester Whitaker, student managerg Mark Bobbles beset baseballers in 3-12 season The '67 varsity baseball team, plagued with several errors each game, waded through a long season to produce an unimpressive 3-12 record. The Titans only wins came against Warren Central, Wood, and Ken- nedy. Tom Hickey was credited with two of the wins and Rick Roark with the other. Coach Moreman will have several lettermen returning next season who should help the team outlook. These boys are lack Harmon, Tom Hickey, Rick Roark, Paul Wilson, Roger Payne, and Steve Funke. The seniors that left were Danny Pride, Mark Winzenread, joe Wilson, lack Seibert, Howard Gearalds, and Gary Champion. joe Wilson and Mark Winzenread lead the seniors in batting, and Steve Funke and lack Harmon led the returners in batting last season. I '68 Reserve Baseball Team- FRONT ROW: Bob Davis, Larry Ward, Mike Baugh, Wini- fred Brown, Larry Wallace. SECOND ROW: Bill Beck, Paul Wilson, Larry Peters, Mozell Gowdy, Terry Loux, Carl Meditch, coach. VARSITY BASEBALL Tech 1 Mtucks REsERvEBAsEaALL Tech 9 Warren Central TeCl1 0 5C9Cifl8 Tech 8 Washington TG'-Th 6 Howe Tech 2 Howe Tech 1 N0I'Ih Central Tech 4 North Central Tech 3 Arlington Tech 4 Arlington Tech 3 50UlhP0fi Tech 7 Southport Tech 3 W00d Tech 11 Warren Central Tech 9 Kennedll. Tech 3 Ben Davis Tech 3 Ben Davis Tech 15 Cathedral Tech 2 Cathedral Tech 1 Northwest Tech 1 Northwest Tech 14 Broad Ripple Tech 4 Broad Ripple Tech 10 Kokomo Tech 3 Marshall lsectionall Golfers swing to 5-10 '68 season record GOLF Tech 7.5 Shortridge 4.5 Tech 7 Attucks 8 Tech 6 Washington 4 Tech 1.5 Arlington 10,5 Tech 3 Chartard 9 Tech 2.5 Kokomo 12.5 Tech 12 Kennedy 0 Tech 0.5 Scecina 11.5 Tech 3 Howe 9 Tech 7.5 Manual 4.5 Tech 2 Ben Davis 10 Tech 10 Wood 0 Tech 0.5 Northwest 9.5 Tech 2 Cathedral 10 Tech 0 Broad Ripple 12 '68 Golf Team-Mike Stanfield, Ken Phil- lips, Russ Nichoalds, lim johnson, john Green, Kurt Grindstaff. Not pictured, Phil Quillin, coach. The '68 Golf Team behind number one man john Green and under the direction of coach Phil Quillin waded through a rough schedule to produce a 5-10 season record. The six man varsity squad con- sisted of john Green, jim johnson, Ken Phillips, Russ Nichoalds, Kurt Grindstaff, and Mike Stanfield. Every man on the team was an underclassman and will be returning next season. The top three men on the team were john Green who boasted a 41.1 average, jim johnson, with a 44.3 average, and Ken Phillips with a 48.1 average. The team was able to score im- pressive victories over Kennedy and Wood, 12-0 and 10-0 respec- tively. The Titans were also able to defeat Shortridge, Washington, Manual, and were defeated in a close match against Attucks 8-7. junior jim johnson tees off during a practice session. johnson played second man during most of the season and was the only man to score against the city champs. .www it N we .Q 4 wh-i"' 'Nii Q 1- fm. f .-.sf 57 Stew? y Wi. Lkn. 'Q ,, fa.. ai Arif sa'-ff .' In ,N ,ss 1 x.t.t! t -V' ' 1' '68 Tennis Team-FRONT ROW: Mark Waggoner, Danny coach, Dennis Alexander, Guy Luttrell, Martin Toney, Mike Maxwell, Richard Swan. SECOND ROW: Don Robinson, Gemmill, Bob McClain. Nine-five tennis team takes howe invitational Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech TENNIS Crispus Attucks Shortridge Kokomo Arlington North Central Kennedy Howe Manual Broad Ripple Wood Northwest Washington Scecina Cathedral Winner of Howe Invitational Martin Toney, who played number one man most of the season, makes the kind of senfe he's been striving for in a match at Tech. The '68 Tennis team under the direction of coach Don Robinson produced a 9-5 season record and a victory in the Howe Invitational Tourney. The team finished third in the city behind Broad Ripple and Scecina. The top five men of the team were Martin Toney who played number one, Dennis Alexander number two, Guy Luttrell number three, Mike Gemmill number four, and Bob McClain number five. Guy Luttrell had the best season record of 17-2, Mike Gemmill had a record of 15-3, Dennis Alexander was 13-6. Bob McClain and Martin Toney were 6-11, and 5-11 respectively. These individual records included season matches and tourneys. The only two returning Iettermen Mr. Robinson will have will be Guy Luttrell and Bob McClain. 58 Cross Country teams take city, 2nd year Coach Bruce McGeath's varsity Cross Country Team took the city title for the second year in a row. Sophomore Ronald Davie finished second in the individual city com- petition. The varsity were able to advance as far as regional compe- tition but missed going to the state by two points. The reserves were also city champs for the second straight year. Lester Trotter won the city in individual competition. Virgil Walker was the freshman city champ. In regular season play the Titans finished second out of 19 teams in the Columbus Invitational. The captains of the team were senior Terry Kimberly and junior Ron Buses. Cross Country runner Steve Watts streaks across the finish line in one of last season 's meets. 53. mt Lester Trotter and Larry Sutton practice for future meets by running on campus after school. 3 6 5, 2 35 7 E H as 2' ' ' - . su ,QYAAQ 11 82 " 7 P? ' ' 4 fmrvg. , . i X N 4 fffqlv 4-M, .XTANG , .a vYA1V,y .O 4' A' ' -tugs, ' QYALQ 4 QYAN6' Cross Country Team-FIRST ROW: Bruce McGeath, head coachg Warren Tiffany, Ron Buses, Alvin Lee, Kevin Lacey, Terry Kimberly, Charles Webster, Ronald Davie. SECOND ROW: Melvin Bowers, assistant coach: Larry Sutton, Steve Watts, Clifton Scott, Mike Baird, Robert Platt, Lester Trotter, Rick Butler, Ewing Blue. THIRD ROW: Dexter Harney, jerry Laker, Greg Parham, Fred Luten, Mozell Gowdy, Nathaniel Allen, Robert Benson, David Little. FOURTH ROW: Herbert Thompson, Paul Richardson, Cary Caseldon, Alvin Perkins, George Taylor, Larry Stewart, Virgil Walker. FIFTH ROW: Larry Palmer, David Dexter, Charles Vaughn, Larry johnson. is fwfvn 44+ -gf., Ps QA? -. 'CR " ef 1. 4' XA 'ff-M-+A- if -Q 5 2 ,. Q r jk K ' -,f ,I ., an Aww L 4, we f ' 'A A 3'2" A sg. ,X 4 In u N , -XX ' 2, . 6 1 I f f ff lf' 1- r , , . ,. X1 , ,wx sf, , fm. ff A mx X-P N Xn.,1.g, mv. X 5 'x 40 Q . x N 4 1 Q I xxx.. H1 , xi J, B K K , . HS I .ff 2, 3, nqqyfx. .I X , sg " 'F .-2 9 ? X- K A ,X Y I X X x .W w 5 . s at -x. ,I is , Q fi gf ! L30 'Zh' X I N ffm' f Qi 4 '. A N ?' . g My 6' Q' Q' ,'N. , . , x X , X , -A fi-' - 'f V - x 15 PX-' 19 fxka 0 c , . Titans b The Titan Varsity Football Team waited until almost too late to show the city what they had. ln the last two games against Marshall and Shortridge the team scored two impressive victories. The Titans were tied in the last minutes of games by Cathedral and Scecina and were tied in the last ten seconds by Man- oil Satans in season s finale The Titans scored again when Milton Allen carried up the center seven yards for the score. Sylvester Edwards kicked the extra point. VARSITY FOOTBALL ual. Tech 7 Howe 13 Shortridge, rated twelfth in the Tech 13 Broad Ripple 15 state, fell prey to the Titans in the Tech 13 Cathedral 13 season's finale. me, The Titans got on the scoreboard , first when backup quarterback Paul Tech 6 Scecma 6 Wilson carried on a one-yard sneak mel with 3:51 left in the first quarter. Tech 12 Warren Central 27 Sylvester Edwards set up the score Tech 14 Manual 14 when he carried around the left me, side of the lme on a thirty-two-yard Tech 6 Southport 12 run to the four-yard line. Shortridge's only score came with Tech 13 Mmhall 0 4:48 left in the half. junior Desmond Tech 14 Shofffidgs 7 Smith broke through the Titan line I A on a forty-yard touchdown run to make the halftime score 7-7. Varsity Football Team-FRONT ROW: Don Griffin, Henry McGraw, Mike johnson, Mike Shackelford, Sylvester Edwards, james Lewis, Will jones, Steve Woods, Milton Allen, john Strubbe. SECOND ROW: Steve Breland, john Crenshaw, Kent Clark, Ron Sayles, Roger Payne, Tom Hickey, Steve Funke, V. j. Harper, Dennis Griggs, Victor Breland, john Wiggins, trainer. THIRD ROW: j. D. Oliver, james Green, Dave junior fullback Ron Sayles races down the field in an attempt to put the Titans in scoring position against Howe. Devitt, Paul Wislon, Mike Stanfield, Robert Beaty, Steve Eaton, Bryon Terry, Mark Brents, Rex Marshall. FOURTH ROW: Erenst Medcalf, head coach: john Hurrle, assistant coach, john Koontz, assistant coach: Clark Long, student manager: Herman Fant, Harold Norwood, Wilburt Moore, King Andrews, Chester Whitaker, student manager: Carlos Bell, assistant coach: Walter Dininger, assistant coach. 61 i 4"'x 1. -: f"'N. Reserve Football Team--FRONT ROW: james Green, 1. D. Oliver, Paul Wilson, Mike Stanfield, Mark Brents, Wilburt Moore, Denny Griggs. SECOND ROW: David Devitt, Robert Beaty, Herman Fant, Harold Norwood, Byron Terry, King Andrews. THIRD ROW: Elliot Varnado, Tim Couse, Fred Walker, Vernon Barnes, Mike O'Hara, gzla , if Harry Dowing, lim Childs, manager. FOURTH ROW: Anthony Willis, Mark Davison, Mike Bandy, Lyndal Tipton, Kenneth Sanders, Kenny Washington. FIFTH ROW: lohn Hurrle, coach, Rick Weber, manager: Robert Eaton, Mark Gullion, john Hess, Michael Smith, Robin Eaton, Walter Dininger, coach. Reserves have 5-2-2 season record Coach lohn Hurrle and coach Walter Dininger's reserve football team had an impressive 5-2-2 record this season. They scored victories over Broad Ripple, Man- ual, Marshall, and Shortridge and were tied by Howe, in the opening game of the season, and by Warren Central. King Andrews and Mark Brents were the leading runners of the team this season. Paul Wilson's lefthanded passing to Robert Beaty Reserve quarterback, Paul Wilson brings the team up to the line on a first down play against Shortridge. and Robin Eaton were a constant threat to the opposition and netted several touchdowns for the team. Outstanding players on offense were Paul Wilson, King Andrews, Mark Brents, Denny Griggs, Her- man Fant, and Rex Marshall. On defense they were Wilburt Moore, james Green, Harold Norwood, Steve Eaton, and Fred Walker. Many of these boys may be moving up to fill the varsity positions that will be empty next season. RESERVE FOOTBALL Tech 6 Howe 6 ltiel Tech Broad Ripple 0 Tech G Cathedral 27 Tech 12 Scecina 6 Tech 6 Warren Central 6 itie Tech 36 Manual 0 Tech 0 Southport 9 Tech 26 Marshall 0 Tech 27 Shortridge 0 The reserve line attempts to open a hole in the Shortridge defense fora Titan back to make his way through. A Howe victory is highlight of one-win season The Freshman Football Team had a very depressing 1-7 season. Their only win came against Howe in the opening game of the season. Victor Evans ran the touchdown, and lim Holton kicked the extra point which was the only scoring FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Tech 7 Howe 0 Tech 0 Broad Ripple 6 Tech 0 Cathedral 26 Tech 12 Scecina 13 Tech 0 Creston 12 Tech 0 Manual 21 Tech O Marshall 13 Tech 12 Shortridge 21 sm-V..-5 as 7 ,, -K 'H-meg'-1 . fa T1 - if-4i1?ii2ifsl5fff1.:. fftllifff 1 of the game. The team was plagued with sev- eral fumbles during each game. They lost five fumbles in the Creston game which led to a 12-0 defeat. Against Marshall, fumbles at crucial points in the game again led to defeat. Coach Camplese said that the boys were loyal and played to the best of their ability. He thought that some of them may make good varsity players in a few years. The freshman defensive line puts heavy pressure on an opposing quarterback as he fumbles the ball. s . 4, ,.,i,g3L, yr sig 3, , .fag 1 . f l r l Freshman Football Team-FRONT ROW: lim Scahill, Victor Evans, jerome Williams, lohn Whilthorne, Mark Grubbs, Roscoe Taylor, Dan Camplese, coach. SECOND ROW: William jackson, Mark jarrett, leff lacobs, lim Hatton, Keith Hall, lohn Masters, Larry Esslinger. Dubecky, manager. THIRD ROW: Robert Coffin, Gary Spradlin, Danny Thomas, Carey 63 Murphy, Tim Euler, Raymond Nelson, jim Moore, jack jones. FOURTH ROW: Arthur johnson, David Carson, Bill Marko, Harvey Brooks, Richard Kendrick, Marvin Colbert, Claude Lowery, Mike . gl-an , A A 5 iso!! i 54 30 X400 Eqy igyn .' hr Q11 bi ' V ht' A -lt, ' lu 4 Y N K f ry 2 ' Q- W' M. 'fx ii E VM W 5? 54? 4 I - Q - I , I A A Q e MXXXXXN W X T A ,l W , L3 ' wa-kia rm Q., I Varsity cagers win 10 of 21 games The varsity basketball team fin- ished the '68-'69 season with a me- diocre 10-11 record. This is the first time in around 18 years that the Titans have had a losing record in basketball. The Titans finished 10-10 in regular season play, but they met No. 1 ranked Washington in the first game of the Sectionals to move their record to 10-11. The Titans gave the Continentals a good game for the first half, and they even led the tall giants at the end of the first quarter. But, in the second half Washington outscored the Titans 45 to 19. The Titans shot only 24010 from the floor and 62'V0 from the free stripe. Shooting per- centage was a big problem of the teams all season long. Tech met Washington twice be- fore the Sectionals, once in the sec- ond game of the City Tourney and once in regular season play. ln the City Tourney game the Titans came junior Frank Kenunck battles a Muncie Cen- tral opponent for one of his several baskets. The Titans dumped the Bearcats 86-63 for their fifth win against four setbacks. back in the second quarter to cut Washington's lead to 10 at halftime, but the Continentals poured it on in the next two periods to take a 33 point victory. Kendrick, the Titan's leading scorer went scoreless for the game. During the regular season Tech gave Washington a good game for the first three stanzas. They were behind only 3 at the end of the first period, five at the half, and 10 at the end of the third period. But, Wash- ington again poured it on in the last quarter outscoring the Titans by 14 points. junior Frank Kendrick was the only Titan to have a scoring average over 10 points. The forward finished the season with a 20.8 point per game average. The team will be losing only four seniors, Bob Gad- die, David Mitchell, james Lewis, and Ray Roark. Senior center james Lewis pulls down a re- bound against Cathedral. The lrish outlasted the Titans for a 65-59 victory. 65 VARSITY BASKETBALL Tech 51 Warren Central 49 Tech 62 Southport 63 Tech 77 Arlington 71 lovertimel Tech 56 Anderson 63 Tech 73 Ben Davis 55 Tech 54 Crispus Attucks 78 Tech S8 Newcastle 63 Tech 74 North Central 73 iovertimel Tech 86 Muncie Central 63 Tech 79 Deaf School 43 tcity tourneyl Tech 57 Washington 90 icity tourneyl Tech 60 Howe 75 Tech 75 Manual 58 Tech 53 Shortridge 75 Tech 59 Cathedral 65 Tech 54 Richmond 64 Tech 80 Broad Ripple 62 Tech 73 Kokomo 64 Tech 47 Washington 71 Tech 81 Scecina 66 Tech 42 Washington 73 isectionall Tom Hickey and james Lewis block the path of an Irish cager as he loses the ball. ,ln-13 Reserves beat city champs, The '68-'69 reserve basketball team went undefeated through 11 home games and finished the sea- son with a 14-5 record. The re- serves won only three of eight games on the road, but one of those wins was a 20 point victory over the city champ Howe Hornets, which Coach Cline said was the best game of the season. Coach Cline's starting five pri- marily consisted of Kent Clark and Kenneth Sanders at the forwards, Bob Powell at center, and Charles Battle and Larry Ward controlling the guard positions. Charles Battle was the teams leading scorer aver- aging 10 points a game while hitting on 40'Vu of his field goals and 44-55 of his free throws for 8O0!o. He was followed closely in scoring by Kent Clark who hit 43.20!n of his field goals. Bob Powell and Kenneth Sanders were the leading rebound- ers on the team. have 14-5 season Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech RESERVE BASKETBALL 36 Warren Central 42 Southport 62 Arlington 42 Anderson 51 Ben Davis 51 Attucks 38 New Castle 55 North Central 58 Muncie Central 29 Attucks lCity Tourneyi 70 Howe 55 Manual 47 Shortridge tovertimel 58 Cathedral 36 Richmond 45 Broad Ripple 61 Kokomo 44 Washington 63 Scecina 35 45 45 39 39 39 51 54 50 52 50 38 45 54 48 33 45 45 58 Kenneth Sanders pulls down a rebound which made him one ofthe team's leaders. l i l l 4 l Reserve Basketball Team-KNEELING: Tony Gearlds, Larry Ward, Kent Shirley Glover, Bob Powell, Kenneth Sanders, Bruce johnson, lim i Clark, Charles Battles, Paul Wilson. STANDING: Howard Cart, trainer: Gilbert, Ernest Cline, coachp jay Kleine, assistant coach. 66 Freshman Basketball Team-KNEELING: john Masters, manager, Alexander, Charles Schultz, Claude Lowery, Melvin Henderson, Charles Hoskins, Keith Hall, Harvey Brooks, Ken Shelby, Don Can- Clifton jones, Darryl Gartrell, Tony Zupan, lay Kleine, coach. Not pic- trell, Ron Callett, Gary Spradlin, Philip Harris. STANDING: Charles tured: Philip Robinson, manager, Artlohnson. Wickware, Richard Kendrick, Denver jordan, Charles Caldwell, Tom Frosh take c'ty runner up, have 15-4 season Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 46 Attucks 38 Woodview 45 Arlington 52 Wood 45 Manual 41 Broad Ripple 34 Chatard 49 Attucks lcity tourney! 33 Chatard lcity tourneyl 42 Manual tcity tourneyl 30 Cathedral lcity finall 50 Marshall 37 Attucks 49 Scecina 41 Shortridge 47 Washington 41 Manual 62 Howe 35 Cathedral The freshman basketball team under first-year coach Jay Kleine rolled through the '68-'69 season with a 15-4 record. The little Greenclads were runners up in the City Tourney getting beat by Cathe- dral 42-30. The Titans were tied at the end of the first quarter, but were behind at halftime and were never able to overcome the Irish. Coach Kleine's starting five con- sisted of Harvey Brooks, Gary Sprad- ling, Art johnson, Claude Lowery, and Richard Kendrick. Harvey Brooks led the team in scoring with a 13,5 game average. He also led the team in free-throw percentage, hitting a 68'V0 clip. The two tallest boys on the team were Claude Lowery at 6-4 and Art johnson at 6-5. They pulled down 10.6 and 10 rebounds a game respectively. Coach Kleine said that some of these boys might make good varsity ball players in a year or two. 67 Claude Lowery, a 6-4 freshman, battles a Broad Ripple opponent for a basket. 'fffiff Y A . iQ if Q r f fi I 'N ' We , 3 ff , Ai fi . 5 i , Y Qin ,jr ,S -if-Q4 0 , f r LK . f Brightening Tech's Day-Activities . . . Freedom of choice was evi- dent as Techites enjoyed mul- tiple activities. Titans joined in High School Red Cross, junior Achievement, Service Club, and others. Ranging from educational projects to entertaining parties, they dis- covered the meaning of real participation. Q r Q gif if? Xiang 3 Al Band practice achieves Titanic sound The summer day is a hot 88 degrees. The sun, directly over- head, shines down on a tired, perspiring group-the Tech Band. Having finished their routine, they stand in whatever shade can be found. Mr. Switzer, the director, shakes his head as he confers with Mr. Backmeyer and the drum majors. After a few minutes, he breaks away from the huddle. Taking his speaker, he announces "Kids, it's just not good enough. Let's go through once more." With groans members slowly urge their aching muscles back to their places in formation . .. lt is a Friday evening in October. The air is brisk with excitement. At the west end of the football field, band members wait tensely. A drum major's whistle breaks the silence, and batons twirl. The stadium resounds with cheers as Titan band members step out like professionals. Color Guard C!Lt. lerry Brewster and Drum Major lames Alstott prepare to make a big noise with Tech's recently renovated 5-foot drum, featured in the 500 mile Speedway Race, 1968. we ' 4, J xge 'E , . 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Lir, , ,.-m I K U, X -,.,.M.- W Q-.WKMW 1f-1 gmyqf-'QQ'-:Wag ' ', ' -P - w r y 1 .E ,.,, M, -.1 ml, ,V N ,iw 1 "Tv-,fi : ,un-vain . " fffffif X66 ' Q '9 Q 1-. ""Wf"m-Mfr-:f.g,.,,, L- f-wig- ,- v ,. 5 fx V Q. Iberia X, Q 'S .7175-.,,S,-,.,,3k-M, . P , f 1 5 nf, f' X WXU:??l:t,fffx.g.fff.,x ' ' , fr - 1 XS A ., .-.,L..am-...x.,,, '42 wv-'-""- W 5. .,,,vw.aa6:,,f,vsv1W3'skfa.1,,,,. n'MMSti,i c, Xwisciiy gpg ' Majolettes-FRONT ROW: Pam Cooper, Eileen Hart, Marilyn Frost, Donna Miller, Elaine Peterman, joy Richards, Marcia Sayles, Carolyn Hand, Rebecca Wright. SECOND ROW: jackie Fagan, Patty Fagan, Sandy Spence, Cindy Mentis, Karen Shewman, Linda Quackenbush, Kendall. In sparkling new uniforms, Tech's new "Titanettes" co-head and head, respectively, take time for a picture. New routines were provided by Pam Cooper and Elaine Peterman for half-time and pre-game entertainment at home games. 74 Ellen Anderson, Lori Krupicka. THIRD ROW: Tina Hart, Mabel Key Terri Freeman, Linda Spaw, Debbie Reynolds, Carol Beverly, Vickie LN Responding to the call of sponsor, Mrs. Donna Sims, are majorettes Debbie Reyn- olds, Linda Quackenbush, Marcia Sayles lhiddeni Carol Beverly and Ellen Anderson. Backs to the camera: Marilyn Frost, Terri Freeman, and Cindy Mentis. Following strenuous outdoor football marching practice, majorettes take a leisure break Donna Miller stands at attention at a foot ball game. in the sun. Donna Miller, Becky Wright, Debbie Reynolds, and Marcia Sayles "hit the black- top" while Marilyn Frost andloy Richards stand. Glowing new Titanettes give sparkle to games This year, the majorettes achieved the honor of being known as the "Titanettes." With a new head and co-head working on half-time and pre-game shows, the girls gave their best for entertainment during football and basketball games. New uniforms consisted of green skirts, jackets with white lettering spelling "Titanettes", and head- bands. For a change of pace the girls also acquired white shorts and tops with green "Titanettes" lettering. For a special treat this year, the Titanettes gave a Christmas per- formance dressed as Christmas trees, ballerinas, baby dolls, and clowns. Many after-school hours of practicing dance and baton rou- tines and marching gave the Titan- ettes that extra dazzle that lent color and sparkle to games. The girls enjoy a football game and show enthusiasm for the Titans. A shower of green and white pom-poms adds color and variety to the stands, 75 ,I 1 Titans high . . .Titans low . . . Varsity cheers build morale Watch out below! Titan cheer- leaders prove they too have much skill and endurance when they build a human pyramid and then collapse. With the help of enthusiastic fans, cheerleaders urged the teams on to victory. In defeat they shared the dejection of teams and fans. The five-girl varsity team prac- ticed weekly improving their yells and coaching reserve and fresh- man girls in their routines. Titan cheerleaders are chosen on the basis of their leadership, ap- pearance, and coordination. "Oh, no!" moans varsity cheerleader Karen Spaw upset about the call on a Titan play. 76 ff ' J. ,gy Varsity Cheerleaders-FRONT ROW: Karen Spaw, Karen Darland, Marsha Shewman. SECOND ROW: Linda Chapman, Susie Cutshaw. Marsha Shewman shows her jubilation after a nip-and-tuck session as the Tech team scores a precious point. 1 ff T A V Rv: 1 -, I I . Reserve Cheerleaders-Elaine Thrasher, Debbie Fishburn, Barbara Frost, Joyce Wash- ington, Mary jones. 1 . our I . 'w 1, ,. Q- loyce Washington and Mary jones relax after having their photos taken. Reserve, novice cheerleaders evolve style Cheering the football and basket- ball teams on to victory, the reserve cheerleaders, despite the flu and injuries, sparked enthusiasm at the reserve games. With vim and vigor, they experienced all the joys, ten- sions, and disappointments in- volved in the busy lives of high school yell leaders. Off to a running start in the race for school spirit and enthu- siasm was this year's freshman cheerleading squad. The five girls found that much hard work and many after-school hours were in- volved in perfecting yells and boosting the morale of the fresh- man team. Outfitted in sporty green and white outfits, the girls cheered the team to their near- victory in the City Tourney. Freshman Cheerleaders-Mee Lun Chew, Doris Douglas, Bonnie Rhinehart, Andrea Hunt, Victoria Holmes. Going through the usual procedure, the Varsity and Reserve Cheerleaders work up a new routine. First, is the creative period, then bringing motion into it, followed by organization, and finally, the finished pro- duct, a smooth act. ' - 3 2, . 4 at ' g ff gif' W 1 lu'- 'J ii nb, , v A V CJ J l Q., a n I I1 Bond, viola. Handbell Choir-FRONT ROW: Donna Parrish, Andrea Freeman. SECOND ROW: Sharon Coffman, Bob Davis. THIRD ROW: Regina Bradley, Dorothy Mciver, Carol Brown. FOURTH ROW: Randy Wade, David Wooldridge, Mike Griffin. Experimenting with a new sound is fun for Carol Brown, Marlene McGuire, and Bob Davis, Handbell Choir members. String Ensemble-Robert E. Davis, 1st violin, Faye Williams, 2nd violin, Paula Scott, cello, Hettie Edward Greene, student teacher from Butler University, directs Handbell Choir members at their premier. 5, S? ! Y Cffry' J, '4 , 4 A fp LXXLQETJ If s ff?-fb P 3? ffggiif 'f' W h-,gm f Q, -. F. s fi 5 4 '- - :ssh F ,.bh,, e x A Og Q W? Af' J' ff Q YL' ff' mx, - 4' J? N W H.. fs' 3' X i Q .qp"' ' v h A ei5gf f1 F , ,fm , N- M., 'K X n 'UN ff n 056 ' ' X , 5 ' JW ,,w'f"5 C 'Q m md V ,gf , f' A - :lf A ,Q I ,AE 6 ' , -4 A Au , w 7 fi ,...4.. 1-...Q pp -A.. "H--7YQ..w.,-.- 3' 71 ., . Ahfix' uv On the Friday before Christmas, the Concert Orchestra played for the assemblies. Their number was "Yuletide Fantasy". Orchestra plays second fiddle to no one Richardson, David Briggs, jerry Harmon, Dan Euler, Nikki Hamilton, Carol Brown, Terry Boyd, Sharon Grant, Mary lane Wester, Rod Lewis. FOURTH ROW: Terry Fullen, lustus Decker, Al Watson, james Campbell, Larry Parkey, Paul Terry, lr., Mark Waggoner, William Reynolds, lr., lames Black, Randy Auble, Anthony Long, Kevin Davis, Kim Anderson, Cindy Orman, Dorothea Barlow, Marsha Witsman, Jacqueline Laswell. B3 Delightful strains of music flow from the gymnasium several times a year as the Concert Orchestra plays its various musical selections before the entire student body. The orchestra is composed of sixty of the most qualified musi- cians on the Tech campus who work each year to promote the Tech image by striving to reach perfection and unity in the per- formance of orchestra music. Under the direction of john White, the orchestra rehearsed diligently for their annual Spring Concert, and rounded out the year by participating in the annual state music contest. Their final appear- ance was a concert given at Eastgate Shopping Center. Girls Concen Club-FRONT ROW: Carolyn Coleman, Libbi Michael, Paula Esch, Cwenann Taylor, Diana Hodges, Nancy Bottoms, Susie Cutshaw, Mrs. Anna Mary Hinton, accompanist, Peggie Brown, Mary lane Wester, Shirley Leavell, Geneva Trotter, Anita R. Beight, Andrea Freeman, Toni Taylor. SECOND ROW: Yolonda jefferson, janet England, Barbara Ludwig, Debby Clark, Donna Riddell, Sandie Spence, Eileen Hart, Debbie Hager, Linda Mosier, Nola Reynolds, Carolyn Sue Hand, Lydia Ann Strong, Kristine McDonald, Carla Abell. THIRD ROW: Wanda Rhodes, Linda Kay Cornett, Marcia E, Woods, Rosemary S. Robinson, Karen D. Thrasher, jan Ramsey, Sharon Brad- ley, Linda Spaw, Linda Brady, Madonna Barnes, Roberta Cornell, Pat Walton, Sharla Clymore. FOURTH ROW: Shirley C. Amis, Annetta Louise Parnell, lane A. McPherson, Brenita E. Thruston, Donna Farris, lanice Hittle, Denise Hickerson, Tina Hart, Stephanie jones, Patsy Reeves, Sue Rose, Elaine Taylor, Dorothea Barlow. Talented Mrs. Fanning guided the members of the Girls' Concert Club to glorious heights during the year. Eyes glowed and faces beam as members of the Girls Concert Club display their talents at the annual Christmas assembly. Concert clubs practice for honor ratings Boys Concert Club-FRONT ROW: William Bowman, Dean Mangus, Mike Adkins, Paul Wool- dridge, Doug Moore, Gerald Alexander. SECOND ROW: Larry Ross, George Greenwalt, Thomas Pence, Ronald R. Thompson, lohn Rowing, I. D. Oliver. THIRD ROW: Donald Whit- cotton, Dan Richardson, Oscar Harris, Tom Abel, Tyrone Campbell, Steve Watts, Lester L. Trotter. FOURTH ROW: johnny Puckett, Gary Kerr, james johnson, William Hart, jimmy johnson, Sampson Wilburn, james Hicks, Samuel White. 85 "Organization" was the word in the Boys Concert Club this year. Members for the first time pur- chased uniforms-navy blue blazers to wear at performances. Their schedule included appearances at school assemblies as well as out- side programs. The boys, under the direction of Douglas Perry, have worked many hours on their music to become one of Tech's top music groups. Songs filled the air in Room 640 the fourth hour as the Girls Con- cert Club practiced their music each day. The girls, wearing gold dresses sang frequently throughout the year, appearing at churches and school assemblies. Both groups participated in the State Choral Contest. Trying hard to achieve the type of results that would please their director are mem- bers ofthe Boys Concert Club. From any angle . . . he's a winner! Douglas Perry, director of the Boys Concert Club, extracts the ultimate in performance from his swingin', singin' group. Girls Ensemble-SEATED: Linda Chapman, Claudia Couse, Margaret Curry, Kathy Volstad. STANDING: Karen Darland, Debby Kuykendall, Karen Spaw, Susie Clark, Cindy Lewis, ,Marty Bottoms, Karen Beem. Three popular vocal groups lead off Christmas season Armed with extra gloves, shoes, make-up, brushes and other acces- sories essential to a girl's beauty, the Girls Ensemble entertained throughout the city. The eleven girls found fun in taking their new director, Mr. Richard Laughlin, to dinner at the Ponderosa Steak House to honor his birthday. Turtlenecks and blazers were the style for the Boys Octette this year. They enjoyed a very busy schedule during the Christmas season. In addition to programs at many churches, the Tech Evening school, School 101, and Greenwood Shop- ping Center, the boys enjoyed a Christmas party at Mr. Perry's home. Because Mr. Perry's Christmas tree was too big for one man, the ten boys and their dates pitched in to help decorate the fir. Extra rehearsals occupied time at Christmas as the Melodayres combined efforts with the Arling- tones from Arlington High School to present a madrigal dinner at Second Presbyterian Church. Re- splendent in 16th century costumes, the groups sang songs of medieval Christmas. 86 Melodayres-FRONT ROW: Linda Proffitt, Diana Wright, Libby Wright, Ellen Anderson, Brenda Cooper, Linda Chambers, Teryl Holder, joy Richards. SECOND ROW: Larry Stoltz, Guy Luttrell, Tim Schneider, Bruce Polson, Randy Auble, Keith Chaney, Don Knorr, Charles Abernathy. At a holiday concert, Ensemble members enjoy Christmas favors from their hosts, the American Legion. Nikki Couse, Karen Spaw, Margaret Curry, Linda Chapman. Richard Laughlin, Girl's Ensemble sponsor, congratulates Debbie Kuykendall and other singers aftera concert. gms: '- ,- Y-'ll 'alla A is if I1 N13 .yy A. q il g V 5' i 1 .1 55 M -'Q,"1 ' ,.,,,..,.,..,,...-..,,., w .5 1 J inf' + xx ' Q q,f: .w,, W , X QQ' Sz, 5 I , '4 q N ' 5 f 522 iii .f . We sf 5,4 L,.: QM rf, 5 i s ' 5' s ,A Q I ' 3 '. Q-mb J's - ,ik ' 44 A?- -fi r A -i U, Two heads are better than one. Libby Wright and Bob Davis take relaxing time to listen to their work on the Techoir Christmas recording. Caroling, At the Christmas assembly, the Techoir sat among the pupils until their turn came. Then, marching to the front they performed a medley of Christmas favorites. recording, highlight Techoir A pizza party on a bus? The idea sounds ridiculous, but the Techoir and their director, Mr. Moon, found the setting perfect for fun and laughter. After caroling at places such as Eastgate Shopping Center, Crestwood Village South, and the home of Mayor Richard Lugar, the seventy kids aboard a city bus wound their way through silent, midnight Indianapolis to Sam's Pizza House. There they ate their fill of pizzas and relished four cases of cokes. What an ideal way to end afun evening. Cutting a recording was another important event. Members came at 8:30 Friday morning during Thanksgiving vacation to tape the four numbers, "Still, Still, Still", "March of the Wisemen", "Do You Hear What l Hear", and "Sing We All of Christmas". Recordings went on sale in time for Christmas giving. A ,. ,. . V , 1 NW' mg M 'I E' I 1 ll-will fe 4 M - ' - , A3 ' 1 . 4 'wtf L . X 2 0 - .1 1 I '- l " ' i ' 1 Q ' ' 1 vs 3' iff' hi-fs M IL ,klf, ll IL! TI I I ' ,I Kg , 2 t if f Four clubs intrigue hobbyists Check and mate! Chess players meet weekly to challenge each other in a centuries-old test of strategy. Members gain points for games won. The Tech group then engages clubs from other schools. Amid floods, backgrounds, tri- pods, and a maze of cameras, shutter-bugs pool their efforts. The Photography Club does portraiture and renders various other photo services to give camera buffs the practice to master a hobby which may develop for some into a pro- fession. The Printing Club planted and cared for a colorful flower bed outside the Print Shop. Their busy schedule also included printing PTA and athletic programs and designing window displays. To meet FCC requirements, members of the Tech Radio Club learn to send and receive Morse Code at five words a minute and pass a 20-question test. Require- ments are more strict for renewal ofalicense. james E. Smith tries to put himself in safety as Peggy Curtis plots her next move. After-school sessions prepared Chess Club members for tournament play. Photography Club-Geraldine Siefert, Fred Siefert, Tom Kendall, Robin Eads, Oscar Harris, john McKeehan, Gail Collins, Michael Slover, sponsor. Printing Club-FRONT ROW: Terry C. Yeagley, co-sponsorg jerry A. Mouser, joe Via, Robert SQPP, Nathaniel Booker, Philmore 5. Hitchens, R. W. Smith, co-sponsor. SECOND ROW: Richard Grayson, Bill Marko, Steven Black, Larry Winston, Terry Lowe, THIRD ROW: joseph Rether- ford, Michael lones, johnny Robinson, Gregory Buckley, Barry Wand. Gregory Ross, Vince Richardson, not pictured. Radio Club-FRONT ROW: Foster B. Hart, Paul S. Morse, LaCinda Orman, Rosalynn Roth, Garold E. Bramblett, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Johnnie C. Fields, Steven H. Brown, Richard C. Carter, Michael Brinley. 90 lohn McKeehan and Mr. Slover are caught in a picture taking spree, one of their victims being Mrs, Lisa Lehman. Chess Club-FRONT ROW: lohn Kern, sponsor: Walter Riley, Rodney Coffer, Edward Hender- son, Milt Pappas. SECOND ROW: james E. Smith, Mark Laughlin, David Verrey, jordan Ware, lerry Wallace, Randy Auble. 91 The Hamshack provides a colorful setting for radio clubbers Michael Brinley and johnnie C. Fields. Learning radio operation is a qualification for a federal license. Robert W. Smith, sponsor, explains the photo lathe to Printing Club members Bill Marko, Doug Ferguson, Melvin Hall, lohnnie Robinson, and Terry Lowe. Spanish Club-FRONT ROW: leane Sullivan, Milt Pappas, Marilyn Chambers, Robert Branford, Suszann Nicholson, Geraldine Sie- fert, loane Sullivan, and Mrs. Maria Logdon, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Miss E. I. Fenoglio, Student Teacher: Cwenann Taylor, Patti Wythe, Margaret Curry, Karen leffries, Rhea Green, Gail Collins, Gloria DeMichieli. THIRD ROW: Consuela Espinoza, Hilda Batts, Barbara A. Dean, lohn Wm. Kofar, Annette Wilson, Demie Glover, Victor 1. DeMichieli jr., Margaret Martindale, jill les- sup. FOURTH ROW: Pamela Maxwell, james Allen, Alberto Quintana, Keith A. Chaney, Paula Espinoza, Lester L. Trotter, Mark Laughlin, Zosoyhi Maxwell. KJ? Balloons, paste, and newspaper lend themselves to busy hands creating a Spanish Club pifiata of papier-mache for Christmas. joane Sullivan does her part. Language clubs proven fun by students French Club-FRONT ROW: Patricia Able, co-sponsor: Richard Decker, Kim Vaughn, Dar- lene Lewelling, Andrea Hunt, Kathy Vaughn, Niki Brummett, Mrs. Mary.B. Bedell, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Trittipo, Janice Hittle, Debbie Kuykendall, William johnson, David Armes, Susan Clark, Mike Trittipo. Charades and Latin Bingo pro- vided diversion for junior Clas- sical League members while Spanish clubbers featured the making of their traditional Christmas pifiata. Advanced French students wrote and presented plays to entertain the group at a Christ- mas party, further enlivened by carol singing in French and sam- pling gourmet delicacies. The German Club, seeking to extend its knowledge of Gothic architecture, took a tour of St. Mary's Cathedral. 92 At the German Club booth at Mardi Gras Cheryl Hamilton and Mike jones take their turns at the traditionalsale ofpotted plants. Bob Davis ponders a play during a game of Latin Bingo intended to provide vocabulary drill. Singing a carol, R. Kim Vaughn, Kathy Vaughn, Niki Brummet and Janice Hittle, learn to think in French at a party in the home of Mrs. Bedell. German Club-FRONT ROW: Crystal Coleman, Eddie Reynolds, Geneva jones, Cheryl Ham- ilton, Robert Coode, Mee Lun Chew, Charla Anne Bare. SECOND ROW: Norma Boyd, Donna Lynn Donenfeld, Kim Anderson, Dennis Hardwick, Cathy Rott, Mrs. Susanna Under- wood, sponsor. THIRD ROW: William Buckley, Michael L. jones, Zoltan M. Veegh, Clifton G. Scott, Connie Tucker. Latin Club-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Serine Fine, sponsor: Cathy Murphy, Cyndi Alexander, Harold Lund, Patti Phillips, Aniker Wade. SECOND ROW: Rachelle Lee, Donna Taylor, Mary Ann Thompson, Michael joyner, Dana Eisenhut, Bob Davis. THIRD ROW: Victor Evans, lr., Mary Murtaugh, Kim Fallowfield, Carole Thomas, David Brown, Barbara Ogle, Brinky Ramsey. FOURTH ROW: Mark Crubbs, Ronnie White, Valdis Lerchs, Robert Ransdell, jr., Frederick Luten, Dan Richardson. ,T FT 5 in 1. 93 Work experience classes begin careers Students donate their services to the Health center as aids in nursing, filing, and messenger service. The center administers first aid and instructs pupil assistants. Miss Schoch, head librarian, es- timates 125 new books per month are prepared for circulation. Much of this work, plus checking and shelving books is done by student assistants. Candidates for Industrial Cooper- ative Training spend half of their time at school and half working on the job. LiIly's, Indiana Bell, and Western Electric are participating firms. Library Assistants-FIRST ROW: Karen Bratcher, joy Caskey, Vicki Hutton, Carolyn Hindman, Henrietta Miller, Carlene Morris, Dianne Thomason, Sheila Epperson. SECOND ROW: Joyce Taylor, Lou Ann Spears, Denise Boggs, Debby Hickerson, Ruthann Perdue, Debbie Hager, Mary Gibson. THIRD ROW: Linda Zupan, Diana Lambert, Deanne Henley, Donna S. Taylor, Debbie Newkirk, Sharon E. Colbert, Debbie Aaron, Geneva jones. FOURTH ROW: Denise Hickerson, Pamela Roots, Debby Miller, Dottie Panhorst, janice Hittle. Library Assistants-FIRST ROW: Vicki Eaton, jennifer Browning, Becky Buckley, Janice McFarland, Gwenann Taylor, Adelia Butrum, jan Middleton, Terry Chastain. SECOND ROW: Sharon Riley, Stephanie Doak, Wendy Ross, Linda Sears, Karen Sanford, Geraldine Davisson, Dorothy Mclver. THIRD ROW: jill Burch, Raymond Floyd, Dennis Hardwick, Keith A. Williams, Lewis Gibson, Mike Wood, Phyllis Crook. 94 Mary Gibson places one' of the many returned books to the proper shelf in the library. F' Working behind the desk, Carolyn Hindman, library messenger, checks overdue books. Health assistant, Donna Taylor, puts perox- ide on a cotton swab as she prepares to clean a wound. Lab assistant, Barry jeffries uses a microbalance for weighing purposes. An employee at Western Electric, Barry is a member of ICT. S v ICT-FRONT ROW: Karen Van Auken, Toni Brown, Mary joan Hutson, Sandra Elaine Collins, Bonita Winkle, Ernest H. Holmes, ICT coordinator. SECOND ROW: Shirley Sprague, jack Willi- ams, Patti johnson, Sandy Cable, Vurl Trimmer, THIRD ROW: Diane Lowe, john Hamilton, De- Witt jordan, David Harmon, Arnold Smith, Vicki Poynter. FOURTH ROW: james Robinson, Ronnie Marsden, Fred L. Livers, Barry jeffries, Michael Copeland, james Coomer, Roy W, Davis. Not pictured, johnnie Robinson. Health Assistants FRONT ROW: Karen Hughes, judy Brown, Mary jean Hutson, Wilma Miller, Nancy McGee, Pamela Cooper, Wanda Ratcliff, Georgia Miller. SECOND ROW: Debbie Sandford, Laura Lott, Patsy E. Rives, Clarissa L. Boyd, Barbara Wycoff, Donna S. Taylor, joan Cosby. 95 Something new and very exciting is in Store for the History Club as they look at the ancient elephants at the Field Museum of Natural History. Nate lones, Gary Gartrell, and Clarence johnson, students who-are involved in Tech's many activities, display the lively and earnest relationship between the various races. i i L E i Human Relations Council-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Sarah Hamer, Sponsor, Margie Godwin, David Cooper, Linda C. Clem, Linda Chapman, Rayfield Anderson, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Tim Schneider, lim Black, Susan Clark, Dorothea Barlow, Connie Oates, Rochelle Lee. THIRD ROW: Marcia Avery, Nathaniel jones, Ernest Kincy, Ivan Christensen, Dan Richardson. it History Club-FRONT ROW: Diana Biggerstaff, Debra Rouse, Sharon Evans, Sharyl Caskins, Gladis Gorden, Carol Evans, Randy Wilson, SECOND ROW: Aniker Wade, Ruthann Perdue, Geneva jones, David Crabil, Pat Walton, Patricia Howard, Diana Lambert, Deborah E. Pyle, Lisa Lehman, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Margaret Martindale, Rosalind Burns, Roberta Maxwell, Gerald Alexander, Kathy Chrisler, Mattie Martindale. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ann Thompson, Mary LaFara, Keith Wilkerson, Donald Whitecotton, lames W. Isbell, Robin Eads, Diane Stiffler, Linda Rush. FIFTH ROW: Leonard 8. Shearer, Robert B. Benson, johnny james Puckett, Karl N. Trimble, Dewayne Mahone, Cary Kerr, Hugh Abel. 96 Thought, discussion, brighten club scene A time to remember for the His- tory Club this year was a Saturday trip to Chicago. Club members, with Mrs. Lehman, chartered a bus for an interesting, fun-filled day in Chicago. In the Windy City, the history buffs toured the Chicago Museum of Natural History, the john shedd Aquarium, and the Adler Planetarium. Carols filled the Americana Nursing Home as the Tech Prayer Circle visited there at Christmas time. After singing their songs of cheer, members crowded into cars and headed for Wallace Street Pres- byterian Church for games, a skit, and a huge feast. At the end of Prayer Circle-FRONT ROW: Sharon Grant, Carol Brown, Sharyl Caskins, Karen Sanford, Cindy Miller, Kathy Vaughn, Gloria Owens. SECOND ROW: C. T. Tresslar, Mary jane Wester, Wanda Brice, Cheryl Hamilton, Madonna Barnes, Debbie Whitaker, Ernest Medcalfe, co- sponsor, THIRD ROW: Nikki Hamilton, john Whobrey, Kim Anderson, james D. Alstott, lim Noland, Shirley Clarke, Terry Boyd. FOURTH ROW: Clifford Mann, Mark Cosby, Annetta Parnell, Betty Stockton, Lester L. Trotter, Timothy Wand, Mary Dunham. Not pictured, Mrs. Anna Mary Hinton, so-sponsor. The Prayer Circle isn't all fun and games. A lot of time is spent in serious discussion and prayer. 97 the evening, all gathered round the huge Christmas tree and heard the Christmas story as told in the gospel according to Luke. "'The Tech Way' What does that mean?", a surprised freshman ponders. Tech's Human Relations Committee members have the job of explaining "our way" to incom- ing freshmen. Their duties include helping promote better campus re- lations and to. make annual excur- sions to all the elementary schools in the Tech area. Their visits help to increase understanding between fellow students and teachers. Nikki Hamilton seems to be waiting pa- tiently, with her playmates in high hopes that Santa Claus will come. "'m. N V w Key people engage in school service Basically school service organiza- tions, the Key Club and the Service Club gave needed impetus to school activities this year. As a service to the Publications Department and staff, Key Club sold cokes at the Yearbook Dance inthespring. Members collected food to be distributed to needy families at ties, the Service Club again sold Homecoming mums, thus bolster- ing school support and attendance at the game. At the beginni' 'Z of each year, all new members are initiated in a candlelight ceremony emphasizing good citizenship at school. Partici- pation of both old and new mem- bers insured continuity of the l Christmas. Get that ball! The mad scramble in- volving Danny Richardson, Steve Borden, Zoltan Veegh, and Bill Beck fbackgroundj occurred when Key Club took on GAA. Tom Hickey, Steve Funke, Gary Sanders, Roger Stark, Steve Whaley, and Mike Hill display Key Club Christmas contri- butions. organization. Keeping pace with these activi- Key Club-FRONT ROW: George Greenwalt, Harry Downing, Randy Crane, Roger L. Stark, Ron Buses, Bob McClain, Kent Sweeney, Tim Schneider, lack B. Harmon, Randy Brown. SECOND ROW: Mahlon W. Carlock, sponsorg Zoltan Veegh, Randy Auble, Dan Richardson, Steve Funke, Mike R. Hill, Guy Luttrell, Leo Con- dos, Steven Thompson, THIRD ROW: Steve Whaley, james W. Isbell, David Devitt, Kevin Lacey, Keith Chaney, Larry Peters, james Farrior, Allan H. Roberts, Clifton Scott, Steve Watts. FOURTH ROW: Mike Griffin, Willie Beck, Tom Hickey, Dennis Huxley, Kyle Fort, Russell Nichoalds, Gerald Landers, David Griffin. Alternating semesters as editor in chief, ABOVE: Bill Barton and ABOVE RIGHT: Connie Oates assumed the duties of page 2 and page 1 editors respectively in the off semesters. Columnist and former head of the U.S. Information Agency, Carl 'IZ Rowan addresses the Indiana High School Press Association. His topic, "New Frontiers in Race Relations", held the audience captive. Mr. T. takes chalk in hand land pen in mouth? to write a note as Editor Connie Oates watches. ,,.f'1w-..- Happy to be at his desk in room 638 is Scott Smith, sports editor for all '68-'69 issues of the Arsenal Cannon newspaper. Besides his layout work and sports reporting, Scott writes a column, "On the Spot with Scott"and keeps other sports reporters busy with assignments. i Q . - Quill and Scroll-FRONT ROW: Betty Van Duyn, Libby Wright, Margie Godwin, Cary Wright, Gail Collins, Debbie Deckard. SEC- OND ROW: Nikki Hamilton, Timothy Wand, William Barton, Con- nie Oates, David Scott Smith, Debbie Roddy. Reporters, editors hustle to meet deadlines As page editors, Debbie Roddy and Betty VanDuyn discover the rewards and frus- trations of going to press. Hustle-bustle is the order of the day every day in Room 638, the Cannon Office, as the Cannon weekly must be readied for the presses. Reporters bring in last- minute stories so that page editors may fill their pages and get the "raw" Cannon to the print shop where the finished product begins to take shape. But there are still page proofs to check, pictures to obtain, and cartoons to be drawn before the Cannon can be dis- tributed to the readers. lt's often nerve-wracking, but always reward- ing as the weekly staff manages to get the job done. The year started with the drive for subscribers while new editors and reporters struggled to "get the hang of it all." The second semester saw such innovations as an editorial board and a weekly comic strip, "Fantastech Man." As in the past years, staffers showing high achievement were honored with Cannon Alumni sweaters or with membership in Quill and Scroll honorary high school journalism society. Q Cannon Weekly Staff-FRONT ROW: Steven Black, Juanita Hernandez, Mary Grant, Betty Van Duyn, Cindy Miller, Linda Ford, Anita Marcum, Debbi Deckard, Cecil ii Tresslar, adviser. SECOND ROW: Beverly Hunt, Gary Wright, Delores Colbert, Cindy Lewis, Debbie Roddy, janice Alexander, Sylvia A. Wade, jimmy D. Hill. THIRD ROW: David Scott Smith, Laura Dwigans, Robin Eads, Dottie Panhorst, Kim Anderson, Nikki Hamilton, Diana Matthews. FOURTH ROW: Patsy Reeves, Marty Bottoms, Larry Peters, William Barton, Tom Abel, Michael Hodgson, Connie Oates, Annetta Parnell. Kim Anderson lcenteri checks a fact for Lewis Gibson while Mary Mike Griffin, Alvin Lee, Patty Meigs, Terri Freeman, and Dewayne Morgan signs the reporter's assignment sheet. Mahone reveal their powers of persuasion as the top five agents for the Cannon weekly. lOl Co-editor Tim Wand clarifies the wording of a cutline while co-editor Margie Godwin listens. Business manager, lim Alstott works diligent- ly phoning clients and knocking on doors, selling advertisements for the yearbook. Margie Curry, page editor, and Bob Davis, layout editor, discuss layout and photogra- phy ideas. ABOVE: Debbi Kuykendall, promotions manager, searches the files for possible year- book purchases. RIGHT: After typing idents, Cathy Rott proofreads her work. 102 Copy editor, Terry Boyd, is caught off-guard as she busily edits body copy. 4.-f',..felf Cannon Yearbook Staff cultivates new look Kurt Grindstaff, sports editor, chooses an action photo. ABOVE: Ad manager, Diana Biggerstaff con- sults phone books for clients. BELOW: Patti Wythe laughs off the tensions of deadline time. Pulling away from past traditions, the '69' Cannon staff created a new look for the yearbook. Beginning with the freedoms theme, the new look expanded into duo-tones in the opening section, a new mode of layout in the division pages and a break-away from the usual green and white cover. The break-away movement began in Hannibal, Missouri. There an edi- Senior editor, Libby Wright appears satisfied with a spread for the album section. torial staff saw the complete process of publishing a yearbook as guests of American Yearbook Company. In addition to being busy with deadlines, yearbook staffers found time to engage in other journal- istic events. Conferences for bud- ding journalists gave staffers the opportunity to discuss layout, copy, photography and theme with their peers. Ellie Stewart, photo secretary, schedules pics to be taken by student photographers. lie if-t Cannon Yearbook Staff-FRONT ROW: Glenda Arnett, Libby Wright, Fred Siefert, Patti Wythe, Diana Biggerstaff. SECOND ROW: Bernice jones, adviser: Margie Godwin, Bob Davis, Cathy Schowengerdt, Geneva jones, Margaret Curry, Terri Freeman. THIRD ROW: Tonya Bruce, Cathy Rott, Eleaner Stewart, jim Alstott, LaCinda Orman, Getsy Hopkins. FOURTH ROW: Timothy Wand, Pat Finnigan, Vickie Kendall, Debbie Kuykendall, Marcia Avery, Connie Tucker, David Black. FIFTH ROW: Michael L. Gregory, Keith A. Williams, Oscar Z. Harris, Ivan Christensen, Chris Copeland, Kurt Grindstaff, Barry Wand, Karin Wetherell. N l 5 Thespians-FRONT ROW: Lynne Hunsucker, Kim Anderson, john Kofas, Sylvia Milam, Patty Fagan, Harold Lund. SECOND ROW: Don L. Knorr, Paul A. Turner, William Barton, Pamela Phillips, Bill Dyke, Austin Busic. Drama, Thespians show talent in plays Drama Club members provided Tech with a full schedule of enter- tainment this year with plays and sketches. In addition to three short plays performed at the Mardi Gras, two all-school plays, Teahouse C-oodrum and The Valiant, directed by Mrs. Doris Webber. Conventions were important to Thespians interested in perfecting their acting skills. At the combined meetings with other schools, mem- ln The Scheming Lieutenant Dr. Posey Uim Nolandl gives an evil laugh as justice Credu- lous tBill Bartonj lies dying, attended by his daughter, Laura lVicki Eatoni and wife Brid- get tKim Andersonj. of the August Moon and Victoria Regina, were presented under the direction of club sponsor, Robert Maloy. Also presented were Twelve Angry Men, directed by Mrs. Alice bers had the opportunity to see a wide variety of plays and to discuss problems in acting, as at the Indiana University summer session. l04 lim Noland and Patricia jones portray the roles of convict and sister as they practice the farewell scene in The Valiant. . Y , . :J I if . I I Yi 1 M Drama Club-FRONT ROW: Patricia jones, Patti Phillips, Vicki Eaton, Liz Duncan, Vicki Holmes, Harold Lund, Geraldine Sief- ert. SECOND ROW: Alicia Marshall, Lynne Hunsucker, Shirley Clarke, Debbie Shaw, Donna S. Taylor. THIRD ROW: Kim Anderson, Debbie Rosebrock, Elizabeth Trittipo, Janice Hittle, Shirley Wilson, Sylvia Milam, Donna Lynn Donenfeld. FOURTH ROW: john Kofas, Bill Dyke, Pamela Phillips, William Barton, Paul A. Turner, Don Knorr, Austin Busic. Searching for the most effective jewelry for the queen are lan Hittle, Liz Trittipof lhiddenk Vicki -Eaton, john Kofas, and Robert Maloy, director, lback to the cameral. V lan Hittle, Liz Trittipo, Debbie Rosebrock, Gary Brockman, Vicki Eaton, Patti Phillips and Deb- bie Shaw, the cast of Victoria Regina, look fonivard to a cunain call. Much learned, earned in speech, debate Veteran members of Tech's Speech team sparked so much en- thusiasm in new speakers that Speech team and National Forensic League have one of the largest memberships ever. Numerous first ribbons and honor ribbons were won in dramatic, humorous, ora- torical interpretation, original ora- tory, extemporaneous speaking and poetry. Each Saturday morning 25 to 30 members went to speech meets around Marion County and to Ball State University. A Halloween party and a Christ- mas party, at which Speech Team presented a one-act play, were on the fall social agenda. During the spring there were two special initi- ations of NFL for the 24 new mem- bers who had received a total of 25 points from the meets. mmammsm H- NFL-FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Thompson, Mrs. Alice C. Goodrum, sponsor, Mark Cosby, Kim Anderson, Deborah Denise Marshall, Angela Dotson. SECOND ROW: Bill Buckley, Greg Por- ter, Terry Loux, Kyle Fort, William Barton, Leo Condos, Marsha Rae Morgan. Debate Team-FRONT ROW: Phyllis Rey- nolds, Terry Battles, Rosemary Robertson, Bryan Miller, Bernice Brown, Milt Pappas. SECOND ROW: George Armstrong, Donna Farns, William Barton, Willa Brown, Alfreda Lee, Kirby Lehman, sponsor, this Anna McAndrews and Deborah Abernathy recall Tech tradition by displaying the cup won by the Tech Debate Team in 1935 when Mrs. Coodrum, then Alice Cleveland, was a pupil at Tech and captain ofthe team. -semi - Deborah Marshall, Anna McAndrews, and l Leo Condos, post ribbons won in a recent speech meet. l 7 - iii, Fir- M... Speech Team-FRONT ROW: Vicki Eaton, Billie I. Dill, Evelyn L. Woodson, Bryan Miller, Cladis Cordon, Stephanie Bates, Vickie Baxter. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Reynolds, Anna McAndrews, Vickie Elizabeth Irvin, Angela Dotson, Bernice Brown, Martha Robertson, Linda Sears, Mrs. Alice C. Coodrum, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Victoria Holmes, Donna L. Donenfield, Deborah Denise Marshall, Willie Hawthorne, Debra A. Bledsoe, Beverly 1. Barnett, Ron Gallet. Beverly Barnett, Terry Loux, Alvin Lee and Connie Oates, display prizes won at Speed- way and Ben Davis. dan, Terry Loux. 3 With last year's trophy to inspire them, Speech Team members rally around Alvin Lee, top winner in impromptu this year. Other members are Keith Hines, Beverly Bar- nett, Will lones, Terry Loux, Leo Condos and Connie Oates. Speech Team-FRONT ROW: Mary Ann Thompson, Stephanie Brooks, Kim Anderson, Binky Anderson, Willa Brown, Alfreda Lee, Deborah Abernathy. SECOND ROW: Mary Wright, Paula Stepp, Marsha Rae Morgan, Mark Cosby, Tony Davis, Connie Oates, Marty Bottoms, Earnestine Colvin. THIRD ROW: Gary Brinkley, Douglas Priest, William Barton, Alvin Lee, Kyle Fort, lames Lewis, Claude Lowery. FOURTH ROW: Richard Elliott, Greg Porter, Leo Condos, Denver lor- Gkinavva stage set for 'Teahouse' scene Praying to a japanese god, Patti Wythe lLotus Blossomj reverently bows toward the east. The all-school play, Teahouse of the August Moon, a December 5 performance, proved to be quite a funny production. Okinawa in World War II set the scene for the japanese-American comedy. The story concerned American culture transforming the island. Sakini, an interpreter, played by Bill Barton, assisted the army in overcoming the language bar- rier. Ember, a German shepherd owned by Mrs. Doris Webber, drama club sponsor, played the part of an Okinawan goat. Because of a sprained ankle and a case of measles in the cast, and the marriage of the set designer, Mr. Turner, the numerous rehears- als were frequently disrupted. Efforts paid off in a finished pro- duction. The play, under the direc- tion of Robert Malloy diverted both an afternoon and an evening audience. A tired cast, but one with a sense of accomplishment stands before the audience for the final bow. Faces showing: jim Childs, Ember, David Wythe, Debra Shaw, jim Noland, Vickie Eaton, Patti Wythe, Bill Barton, Bill Dyke, Geri Siefert, Sylvia Milam, Debbie Whitaker, Harold Lund, Mike Trittipo. Others in the cast included Patti johnson, Gary Brockman, Paul Turner, jani Shaw, Pammy Shaw, Doug Bare, Kevin Brewer, Don Knorr, Robert Seagraves, Randy Butrum, Rodney Kimble, Patti Phillips, Kim Anderson, Lee Ann Eads, Dewayne Wat- son, Elizabeth Trittipo, Janice Hittle, Shirley Wilson, Donna Taylor, Terri Wong, Debra Rosebrock, and Patricia jones. Play director Robert Maloy goes over last-minute plans. l 108 Making lanterns to give a teahouse atmosphere, Carl Grigsby and Stephen Decker earn class credit in Stagecraft. Sets included two off-stage military posts and the on-stage village area which be- came the teahouse in the last act. Mrs. Webber displays a deft hand applying oriental make-up. The actress is Terry Wong who played the part ofa dancer. I Carl Grigsby, Stephen Decker, and William Harris build a jeep. IslllLi,..,X Sakini's gentle philosophy wins over the captain as Bill Barton and Bill Dyke portray their respective roles. 109 Scientists learn by visits, work The show case in the Arsenal was the center of attention when the Chemistry-Physics Club exhibited four scientific displays at the begin- ning of the second semester. These displays demonstrated phenomena such as natural cave formations, the bending of an electron beam by a magnet, and frictionless motion studies with' a dry ice puck. Cincinnati proved interesting and fun for the Natural Science Club. Members, with their sponsor, Steven Lunsford, visited the Cin- cinnati Zoo and Coney Island Amusement Park, enjoying the sights and sounds. Other activities included trips to Allison's Power- ama, the Butler Observatory, and the Solomon Caves near Bloom- ington. In February, the XYZ Club visited the Mallory lnstitute of Technology. There, literature on computer tech- nology and fields of mathematics and industry were gathered. Preceding a trip to the Butler Holcomb Observatory was a lecture by Mr. Glover, an astronomy teach- er at Tech. The introduction helped members understand what they saw. Among other activities were a hat toss at the Mardi Gras, parties, two movies, and the May tea for outstanding math students. Mike Gregory drills a hole in the metal to create a passage between the bulb of dry ice andthe puck. CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB-FRONT ROW: Timothy Wand Sherry L Fagan Daniel Morford Rosalynn Roth, Geneva Trotter, SECOND ROW William Tozer sponsor Keith A Williams M1 chael Gregory, Robert Kares, Mike Trittipo, David Beeson sponsor Lester Trotter not pictured In the container, dry ice vaporizes and flows through the tube to spread a cushion of gas under the puck, enabling it to float across a smooth surface, as shown below. Right: Mr. Tozer and members of the club plan the experiment. ll0 Natural Science Club-FRONT ROW: Steven Lunsford, sponsor, Consuelo Espinoza, Linda Stafford, Susan Nicholson. SECOND ROW: Foster B. Hart, Dennis Huxley, Paula Espinoza. Steve Decker, Ronnie Ellis, Mary Morgan, james Austin, not pictured, Powerama. XYZ Club members, Arturo luarez, Mrs. Gwendolyn jones, sponsor, Gladys Gordon, Kim Fallowlield and Earline Adams plan a club party. XYZ Club--Front Row: Virgil Colbert, Olevia Gorden, Brenda Bear, Gladis Gorden, Hattie Travis, Earline Adams. SECOND ROW: Bernice Brown, Alfreda Lee, Kim Fallowfield, lohn Spears, Shir- ley Wilson, Mrs. Gwen jones, sponsor. lll l lames Austin, Steve Decker, and Mary Morgan, ofthe Natural Science Club, listen to tapes concerning the consumption ofjet fuel at Allison's In the driver's seat, lim Austin inspects a dormant Sherman tank on exhibit at the Powerama. Music, Art clubs seek out local culture Visits to the john Herron Museum of Art and the Oldfields Estate high- lighted the Art Club's busy year. Members also made mobiles and other craft works. The colorful background of Clowes Hall set the scene for Music Club members who went to hear the indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. To add variety to its programs, the Music Club included music performed by groups from otherschools. Former Tech student Earl Snellenberger, an instructor at Indiana Central College, won a red ribbon on his batik in the Art for Reli- gion show. 5 5 E Patti Thomas and Mr. Locker marvel at an artist's conception of Christ under the cross. It won first place in the Art for Religion show at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church. Art Club-FRONT ROW: William E. Locker, sponsor: Patti L. Thomas, Linda Mosier, Gerald Richard Alexander, Gail Collins, SECOND ROW: Nathaniel jones, Mildred Stansberry, Mark Hanna, julie Stansberry, Phyllis McCurry. H2 l At one of the Music Club recitals held monthly, Mrs. Fanning and Mr. Perry team up as a duo in singing a Christmas Lullaby. Accompanying them is Mr. Laughlin. On hand to cheer up the team and the fans as well, is the Pep-Band. They contribute to the school also by playing in the marching band. A student from Butler, Edward Greene, displays his extensive talents as a pianist at a Music Club recital. Music Club-FRONT ROW: Hettie Bond, Barbara Brown, Debra Wells, Kathy Volstad, Pamela Thompson, Peggy Brown, Libbi Michael, Richard Laughlin, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Kristine McDonald, Beverly Hunt, Rachelle Lee, Pat Walton, Bob Davis, Barbara Ludwig, Margaret Curry, THIRD ROW: Diana Wright, Linda Rush, Rebecca Houghland, Melanie Morphew, Mildred Mahone, Dorothy Mahone, Rochelle Lee, FOURTH ROW: Connie Oates, Randy Brown, Dan Richardson, David Griffin, Sammy Price, Clifton Scott, Isaac Hughes. H3 Future, exploratory teachers look ahead TAW played an important part in the busy year for Tech's Future Teacher of America Club. What does TAW stand for? Members explain that the initials represent Teacher Appreciation Week. Dur- ing this week, each member served the teacher of her choice, grading papers and sometimes even teach- ingalesson. "Teacher, will you help me with my arithmetic?" Exploratory Teachers observed and tutored small groups and individuals. As- signments ranging from kindergar- ten to high school journalism pre- viewed the variety of teaching po- sitions available. Exploratory Teachers-FRONT ROW: Bonnie Ealy, Geraldine Clevenger, Marcia Sayles, Margie Godwin, Cathy Ressinger, Clyde Smith, lr., sponsor. SECOND ROW: Glenda Lamb, Shelia McColly, Norma Snyder, Linda Zupan. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Hamilton, Linda Stafford, Terry Loux, Nathaniel jones, Becky Green, lanice Alexander. Not pictured: Betty Ann Stock- ION. ,W f l Q CT Ll., A L C 4 1 h ll K - 1 ' -"' ff- , - Q., Among Margie Godwin's souvenirs of her exploratory teaching days is this paper. lt's an ln- dian pueblo drawn by one of her students, Debbie Brooks. H4 Brandishing scissors, David Armes cuts out pre-printed valentines for Mrs. Hamlet, Priscilla Burris, Linda Hall and jill jessup make hearts the Valentine Tea in the Student Center after school, Valentine's Day. forthe FTA Valentine Tea February 14, 1969. Future Teachers of America-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Ann Hamlet, sponsor, Nancy L. Bell, Cathy Ressinger, Debbi Deckard, Susie Cutshaw, Barbara Foster, Phyllis Reynolds. SECOND ROW: Geneva jones, Linda D. Hall, Sally Harding, Shirley Borden, Priscilla Burris, Sharon Van Cleave. THIRD ROW: Denise Henderson, Nancy M, Phelps, Glenda S. Palmore, Patty Luttrell, Bradford Petree, De Andre Bell. FOURTH ROW: Diana Matthews, Nancy Harris, Linda Staf- ford, David Armes, Brenda Polvadore, lacquie Bell, Dottie Panhorst. Not pictured: Debbie Aaron. ., 1.5 A ,. 4, L '- Future Teachers of America members Patty Luttrell, Brenda Polvadore and jill lessup assist Mrs. Hamlet in preparing for the Val- entine's Day Tea. E 5 E 1 E Y-Teens-FRONT ROW: Priscilla Burris, Sharon Evans, Denise Duff, lean Ann Senteney, Alice Robinson, Susan Bettis, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Sandy Sedam, Carol Evans, Linda Stokes, Brenda Lange, loan Douglas. THIRD ROW: Katie Willis, Julie Meulen, Vicki Nunley, Alicia Mar- shall, Kathy Scarbrough, Deborah Ryle. FOURTH ROW: Sonja Williams, Debra Mahone, Carolyn Cox, Salathiel Burris, Barbara Heath, Ruth Picot. FIFTH ROW: Glenda Palmore, Dianne Bell, Sharon Sanders, Margaret Clayton, Donna Farris, Stephanie Smith, Betty Mallory. s If s ,E X Water on the brain, suggests Rochelle Lee, while Susan Clark defends Dorothea Bar- low's right to a dry skull. The Red Cross Club sponsored a water game for the Mardi Gras. Priscilla Burris, Brenda Lange, and Debra Mahone repair dolls in their annual Y-Teens toy renovation for the downtown YWCA Christmas project. High School Red Cross Club-FRONT ROW: Mrs. Mary Lunsford: sponsor: Cathy Ressinger, Mary jones, Libbie Michael, Susie Cutshaw, Dorty Hardesty. SECOND ROW: Sally Harding, Margaret Curry, Kris Mc- Donald, Cheryl Medlock, Debby Hickerson, Ida Delores Coleman. THIRD ROW: Doro- thy Mahone, Debbie Aaron, jennifer Bon- net, janice Alexander, Kathy Hawk, Patty Luttrell, Delores Colbert. FOURTH ROW: Brenda Colbert, Diana Matthews, Denise Hickerson, Susan Clark, Frieda Mindach, Mildred Mahone, Kris Tomescu, Marsha Shewman. H6 School, commu Enthusiasm abounded in the Red Cross Club as members undertook projects to help others. Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Lunsford, sponsor, the club stuffed Christmas stockings for children in hospitals, made Thanksgiving and St. Patrick's Day center pieces, packed an over- seas chest for soldiers, and co- ' lii' iiii ' if i lf lg., , . l. junior Council-FRONT ROW: Linda Chapman, Debbi Deckard, Margo Ransom, Donna Mil- ler, Marsha Miner. SECOND ROW: Lester Trotter, Mark Waggoner, Kyle Fort, james Farrior, Danny Richardson. Not pictured: Kent Clark, Frieda Rice, Patricia jones. nity demand pupil involvement sponsored the Valentine Tea. A conference and slumber party highlighted a busy year for the Tech Y-Teens. The girls were host- esses for the Y-Teens Mid-Winter Conference, "Hear It Like It ls," held at the YWCA. A slumber party the evening before the conference offered a fun-filled time for the girls who participated. Who writes the articles that ap- pear in the Teen Scene and the Teen Star? Under the supervision of Mr. Robert Meyer, members of the News Bureau write and submit stories about Tech and Titan Activi- ties. These students are selected be- cause of journalistic ability. The News Bureau keeps indianapolis informed of Tech's major proj- ects by writing the news as it happens. FRONT ROW: Gail Collins, Connie Oates, Nikki Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Robert Meyer, spon- sor, Mike Gregory, Bill Barton, Barry Wand. Tim Wand, Frankie Freeman and Paula Scott make good use of tele- conference time in a pic taken by News Bureau photographer Barry Wand for the Teen Star. Above: At the Valentine Tea, sponsored iointly by SAO, Service Club, FTA, Key Club, and Red Cross Mrs. Margaret Clapp, Mrs. Barbara Southwick, Martha Gascho, and Lloyd Wagner are greeted by Principal Howard Longshore. Below: Connie Oates serves Mrs. Lois Frye. Right: Libbi Michael pours at the tea honoring faculty and staff. lg'-file Q ff Student Affairs Organization Executive Board-FIRST ROW: Libby Wright, Terri Freeman, Linda Chronis, Debbie Roddy, jenny Bonnet, lane Stewart, Karen Darland, Linda Chapman, Gladys Gorden, Debbi Deckard. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Martha Turpin, sponsor, Becky Green, Alfreda Lee, Laurie Lewis, Connie Oates, Susan Clark, Getsy Hopkins, Cynthia Lewis, Kris Tomescu, Margie Godwin. THIRD ROW: Rex Marshall, lack B. Harmon, Bill Buckley, Roger L. Stark, Clifton Scott, Leo Condos, john Hilton, Sam Price, Ron Buses. H8 I ' x SAO Board advances school appreciation Snoopy helped the S.A.O. Board promote enthusiasm and school spirit as he proudly proclaimed: "Happiness is . . . a Titan Victory" on buttons worn by Tech boosters. Selling badges was part of the pro- gram to encourage good sports- manship and interest among Tech- ites. Colorful posters scattered around the halls reminded Titans to back their teams at various ath- letic events. Finally, by sponsoring the election of basketball queens, they hoped to generate interest and increase spirit during basketball season. They were looking for the spark that would light that fiery, fighting spirit in students . . . and must have found it, judging from the increased support and hearty cheers from proud Titans. Kris, Tomescu, dressed in grubbies, energetically decks the highest bough ofthe SAO Christmas tree. Dan Richardson supervises john Hilton's work in decorating the Student Center for Christmas. jenny Bonnet experiences the sweat and tears of a candidate running for SAO Board membership. ludo Club-FRONT ROW: johnniemae Thomas, Karen Hatchett, Kathy Vaughn, Barbara Hawk, Vickie Barter, Geraldine Sie- fert, Geneva Campbell. SECOND ROW: Bob Karnes, instructor lBrown Beltjg june David- son lGreen beltl, joyce Tilson, Leslee Hen- derson, Wanda Brice, Aretha Glenn, Vickie Irvin, joan Douglas, Shirley Parrett, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Debbie Cooper, Debbie Rose- brock, Rita Corlett, Addie Burt, Carol Young fGreen beltj, Binky Ramsey, loyce Graham, Shirley Davidson lGreen beltl. t Girls Athletic Association-FRONT ROW: Westy Wyatt, Patricia Abney, Pamela Thompson, Ira McAfee, Barbara Hawk, Geneva Trotter, Mary Lou Herald, Mrs. Beatrice Harding, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Frances Bradley, Debbie Cooper, Mary Durrett, Nancy Phelps, Aniker Wade, Hattie Travis, Cynthia Washington. THIRD ROW: Miriam Hamler, Jacqueline Casey, Cynthia Lampkin, Wilma Elliott, Alice Benson, Cynthia Smith, Deborah Pipes, lacqueline Amos. FOURTH ROW: Mary Walker, Shirley Wilson, Brenda Collins, Cynthia Torah, Sonja Parrish, Binky Ramsey, Rita Corlett, Clara Darty. 5 - . A Lettermen's Club-FRONT ROW: Robert Caddie, Roy Burks, jim Black, Bob McClain, Karen Spaw, john Green, Henry McGraw, Rex Marshall, Dean Carbone, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Fred Walker, Mike johnson, Roger Payne, Guy Luttrell, Milton Allen, Ron Buses, THIRD ROW: Tim Schneider, lack B. Harmon, Will A. jones, Kevin Lacey, Steve Funke, Sylvester Edwards, Kent Clark, Claude Mickle, Terry Kimberly, Victor Breland. FOURTH ROW: james Oakley, Alvin Lee, lr., james Lewis, Tom Hickey, Frank Kendrick, james johnson, Ron Sayles, Dave Mitchell. l20 "Sock it to 'em", "Happiness is a Titan vic- tory", and "Go Titans", all were slogans used by the Lettermen's Club to arouse Titan fans. Their project was selling buttons like those displayed on this block Tsweater. Three groups fight, fight, fight . . . for victory The word this year for the Letter- men's Club is "spirit". Realizing the lack of support at games, Lettermen wanted to help Tech revive her drooping spirit. This year, the boys sat together in a block at games wearing their letter sweaters and showing their Tech spirit. Other ac- tivities included collecting toys for children, a hayride, and their an- nual Christmas dinner. A unique feature of this year's club is that for the first time a girl has become a member. Challenging other clubs and groups to basketball and volleyball games was Tech's Girls Athletic As- sociation. They pitted their strength and talent against teams consisting of teachers and students from var- ious clubs on campus. ln one en- counter, GAA put up a gallant fight but lost their only volleyball game to Key Club. Competitive sports were not the only interest of the active GAA members. At the beginning of the year gymnastics was taught by Miss Chapman, a The life of a judo student can be both ex- citing and strenuous. june Davidson proves the point as she uses her new-found ability. She mobilizes wits and muscle power to show the proper manner of flipping her op- ponent, Stephanie Brooks. 121 student teacher from Ball State University. Outfitted in their loosefitting "ghis", judo Club members learned and practiced the art of self- defense. Meeting one night each week, the girls learned the agile movements involved. lnstructed by Mr. Karnes, recipient of a brown- belt, members found the neces- sity of regular practicing and ex- ercising in order to maintain their skill. judo certainly turned out to be a sport to make the fans "flip." The GAA sponsor instructs participants in the proper technique for controlling the ball at tip-off. foreground: Mrs. Harding, Benita Embrey, lackqueline Casey, Dorothea Barlow. Two players in the background re- main unidentified. Slave trade still alive at Roman Banquet Club Directory ART CLUB William Locker, sponsor Gail Collins, president Mark Hanna, vice-president Linda Mosier, secretary Patti Thomas, treasurer BOYS CONCERT CLUB Douglas Perry, sponsor Dan Richardson, president Fred Luten, vice-president Bill Hart, secretary-treasurer George Greenwalt, librarian CHEMISTRY-PHYSICS CLUB David Beeson, William Tozer, sponsors Tim Wand, president Keith Williams, vice-president Geneva Trotter, secretary-treasurer Robert Kares, sergeant-at-arms History Club members wearing Roman garb display feelings of joy. CONCERT BAND Richard Switzer, director William Reynolds, president Diana Wright, vice-president Mary Reneau, secretary Debbie Newkirk, treasurer Mark Waggoner, sergeant-at-arms Kristine McDonald, hostess DRAMA CLUB Mrs. Doris Webber, Robert Maloy, sponsors William Barton, president Donna Taylor, vice-president Don Knorr, secretary FRENCH CLUB Mrs. Mary Bedell, sponsor Patricia Abel, co-sponsor Susan Clark, president Kim Vaughn, secretary Debbie Kuykendall, treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Mrs. Ann Hamlet, sponsor Cathy Ressinger, president Dottie Panhorst, vice-president Brenda Polvadore, secretary-treasurer G E RM AN C L U B Mrs. Susanna Underwood, sponsor Clifton Scott, president Bill Buckley, vice-president Geneva jones, secretary Cheryl Hamilton, treasurer Mike jones, sergeant-at-arms GIRLS CONCERT CLUB Mrs. Sandra Fanning, sponsor Dorothea Barlow, president Eileen Hart, vice-president Denise Hickerson, secretary HISTORY CLUB Mrs. Lisa Lehman, sponsor Diana Biggerstaff, president Dewayne Mahone, vice-president Diane Stiffler, secretary james N. Isbell, treasurer Gary Kerr, sergeant-at-arms Aniker Wade, publicity HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE Mrs. Sarah Hamer, Raytield Anderson, sponsors Susan Clark, president Cornelia Oates, vice-president Margaret Godwin, secretary KEY CLUB Mahlon Carlock, sponsor Steve Whaley, president Bill Beck, vice-president Allan Roberts, secretary Tom Hickey, treasurer Gary Sanders, sergeant-at-arms 122 Diana Biggerstaff models her exclusively made toga at theauction. lUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Mrs. Serine Fine, sponsor Carol Thomas, president Robert Da vis, secretary-treasurer LETTERMEN'S CLUB Dean Carbone, sponsor Milton Allen, president Rex Marshall, vice-president Karen Spaw, secretary Will lones, sergeant-at-arms MUSIC CLUB Richard Laughlin, sponsor Margaret Curry, president Dave Griffin, vice-president Diana Wright, secretary Connie Oates, treasurer Rochelle Lee, sergeant-at-arms NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB Steve Lunsford, sponsor Stephen Decker, president Ronnie Ellis, vice-president Linda Stafford, secretary Mary Morgan, recording secretary James Austin, treasurer Dennis Huxley, sergeant-at-arms ORCHESTRA john White, director Randy Brown Hettie Bond, co-presidents Kathy Baker, secretary Bob Davis, treasurer julia Boone, sergeant-at-arms Melanie Morph ew, hostess Diana Biggerstaff, librarian PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Michael Slover, sponsor Gail Collins, president Fred Siefert, vice-president PRAYER CIRCLE Ernest Medcalfe, sponsor Cheryl Hamilton, president Terry Boyd, vice-president Carol Brown, secretary-treasurer Nikki Hamilton, sergeant-at-arms PRINTING CLUB Robert Smith, sponsor Terry Yeagley, co-sponsor johnny Robinson, president Robert Sapp, vice-president Terry Lowe, secretary-treasurer RADIO CLUB Garold Bramblett, sponsor lohnnie Fields, president, chief operator George Yarbrough, vice-president Lacinda Orman, secretary Stephen Thompson, treasurer Rosalynn Roth, sergeant-at-arms RED CROSS CLUB Mrs. Mary Lunsford, sponsor Susan Clark, president Kris Tomescu, vice-president Denise Hickerson, treasurer Dorothea Barlow, recording secretary De Andre Bell, corresponding secretary STUDENT AFFAIRS ORGANIZATION Mrs. Martha Turpin, sponsor Becky Green, president Tim Schneider, vice-president Clifton Scott, treasurer Libby Wright, corresponding secretary Debby Roddy, recording secretary Bill Buckley, sergeant-at-arms Margie Godwin, parliamentarian SERVICE CLUB ludith McBride, sponsor Bili Buckley, president Karen Spaw, vice-president Chris Copeland, recording secretary Debby Roddy, corresponding secretary Libbi Michael Peggie Brown, co-treasurers Annetta Parnell, Sergeant-at-arms SPANISH CLUB Mrs. Maria Lagadon, sponsor Keith Chaney, president Gail Collins, vice-president Gloria De Michieli, secretary Patti Wythe, James Allen, historians Victor De Michieli, sergeant-at-arms sf.: Awaiting their turns to be purchased are Techites, Diana Lambert, lim Isbell, Mary LaFara, Bobby Benson, Duane Mahone and Diana Biggerstaff, who are sitting with their Arlington guests. lim went to the highest bidder for five dollars. 123 TECHOIR William F, Moon, director Susan Clark Randy Brown, co-presidents Libby Wright, secretary David Griffin, treasurer Clifton Scott, sergeant-at-arms Linda Chambers, hostess Linda Chapman jim Farrior, junior representatives TH ESPI A N S Mrs, Doris Webber, sponsor William Barton, president Harold Lund, vice-president Don Knorr, SeCrelary XYZ C LU B Mrs. Gwendolyn lones, sponsor Gladis Gorden, president Kim Fallowfield, vice-president Deioris Asberry, secretary john Spears, treasurer Phillip Morgan, sergeant-at-arms Y-TEENS Patricia Otten, sponsor Priscilla Burris, president Glenda Palmore, vice-president Julie Maulen, recording secretary Brenda Lange, attendance secretary Katie Willis, treasurer Debra Mahone, chaplain Kay Colwell, assistant chaplain Linda Stokes, songleader Patty Abbett, Diane Bell, program chairmen loan Douglas, publicity chairman and ciub reporter Margaret Clayton, historian and sergeant-at-arms Ruth Picot, sergeant-at-arms Ancient togas and modern dixie cups pro- vide a humorous anachronism at the Roman Banquet. 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We I, H 1 Q51 5- A443 S Staff Powers School Routine Offering a helping hand to confused or troubled Techites, the Tech administration co- ordinated the activities of over 5000 students. High stan- dards in both social and aca- demic endeavors were in- sured by the hard work of principals and counselors. Principals head student activities tri s X Freedom is a hard-bought gift because freedom means choice, and choice means responsibility. Each of us has a life to live. Choos- ing well how we shall live that life is no easy matter. We may say quickly, I want this, or I do not want that-to satisfy an immediate need. But the path of life goes on for many years, and from some of our choices there is little turning back. First choices, then, must be good ones. To shape our freedom, we need critical thought based on education. We must look ahead to probable outcomes. Tech provides the means of se- 126 curing the education. It provides some of the experience needed to give perspective. It offers responsi- bility and the fruits of achievement. To learn the wise exercise of mature freedom, the Tech way is a good way to live. Howard L. Longshore, Principal Vice-Principal Robert V. Belding has a very busy day arranging sche- dules for students. He is also in charge of credit evaluation, curriculum, and permanent records ofthe school. Vice-Principal Herman Hinshaw supervises pupil attendance and dis- cipline problems. Formerly he was a varsity basketball coach and a teacher of physical education. W Vice-Principal james Stewart directs over 2600 students in the Evening School Division and maintains control over extended classes in many outlying industries as well as Mallory Center. efi,'i'V.Y'i" .J 'if ""Ne.. 'Y' 1' '1l'5f Vice-Principal Odus Landreth is administrative assistant to Mr. Long- shore. He helps new students plan their programs. Also he is in charge of teachers and office personnel. Kenneth Puckett, in his fifth year as vice-prin- cipal, is in charge of the school budget and has control of the maintenance of grounds and equipment. Directors, assistants coordinate services Director of Guidance Gaylord Allen provides information to college- bound pupils and conducts group testing programs. His office files catalogues of numerous colleges. Ernest H. Holmes, director of Industrial Cooperative Training and employment, heads the pupil group that is employed part- time in business and industry for school credit. r A Director of Special Education, Wallace R. Potter designs programs and supervises records of pupils whose achievement is above average and those with learning problems. lames N. Borshoff, assistant director of Tech Evening School, assists Vice Principal Stewart on campus, at Mallory Center, and in industry. 128 OV' H Donald Q. Daily, director of Neighborhood Youth Corps, assists in part-time job place- ment of students. Director of Publications C. T. Tresslar com- bines the teaching of journalism with the production of the Arsenal Cannon weekly. Athletic Director lack B. Bradford coordinates athletic events. His office awards honor pins and sweaters to recognize individual ath- letes. Kenneth Bayless, Evening School guidance director, has the responsibility of counseling with pupils on their courses and credits. Lewis A. Marshall, director of shops, build- ings and grounds, supervises maintenance ofphysical plant and equipment. l29 fn-..., 'Qs As director of student activities, Robert E. Meyer coordinates extra-curricular activities and heads the News Bureau that covers Tech events for communication media out- side the school. Head Librarian Marjorie Schock administers the Tech library for teachers and pupils. Rudolph Wilson, dean of boys, aids Techites in problems of daily life. Trying to advance stu- dents toward good citizenship, he strives to better discipline and campus conduct. Mahlon Carlock, counseling assistant to the dean of boys, combines his duties as dis- ciplinary counselor with his work as a business education instructor. A. Ray Reed, counseling assistant to the dean of boys, divides his time between the office and his classes in biology. 130 Howard Catt, counselor with the dean of boys, is also a teacher of physical education and an athletic trainer. Ernest Medcalfe is a counselor with the dean of boys, teaches craft art, coaches football, and sponsors the Prayer Circle. .1-il Ivan Moreman, counselor with the dean of boys, is also a teacher of physical education and coach of the baseball team. Deans, counselors confer with pupils Mrs. Margaret Hahn, English teacher, chats with Dean of Boys Wilson as dis- missal crowds make their way to buses. Mrs. Dorothy Stout serves as a counseling assistant in the dean of girls' office, and teaches business education. Guidance and discipline are specialties of Dean of Girls Mrs. Martha Turpin and Mrs. Barbara Dearmg, her assistant. In addition, Mrs. Turpin sponsors the Student Affairs Organization. Counseling assistant to the dean of girls, Judith McBride has several English classes to add variety to her daily schedule. l3l Taking a break from her physical education classes, Sharon Parrett helps in the dean of girls' office as a counseling assistant. 1.23, . . Mrs. Marjorie McCutcheon, Audio-Visual Director. Underclass counselors confer with pupils on courses and graduation rel quirements. Above: Walter Dininger, Ernest F. Cline, Mrs. Sarah F. Hamer, Richard Shock, Charles Kocher. Right: William Graney, lohn Hurrle, Mrs. Mildred McAfee. Floyd C. Tobrocke and Duane Blankenhorn visit junior high schools to advise pupils who will be entering Tech. 47? lohn C. Miner assists Mr. Belding in the preparation of pupil schedules and the ad- justment of conflicts. Counselors, nurses ease daily problems -.Q-"""' Assistant librarians, Barbara Lind and Monte F. lines, help with the circulation of reading matter to teachers, pupils and departments. , ,g vnu ' - , s 'J' . L 'I L ,lk f' ' . -lu 'i "JY ' W 'ff School nurses, Mrs. Shirley Lundgren, Mrs. Betty Brodhecker, and Miss Blanche Williams are entrusted with health problems during the school day. Rowland Leverenz, school psychometrist, conducts individual tests in cooperation with guidance counselors. Ut 'IXJHKR fw- 3 4 5 I0 II I2 I7 I8 I9 24 Zi 26 Ji., .1 . ar. : .-. s- if--..4. .-. r..-1.-Mus. ,t,.. .s,.... Issuing Cannon subscription materials and selling athletic tickets, Bookstore personnel find their day consists of more than selling books and supplies. Taking time out: Mesdames La Verne Stewart, Frances Craig, Wilma Durham. 133 X. Q .. S ' t ii Ei V .. 4. . ,vw , ' 2 1, X Cafeteria Staff-FRONT ROW: Mesdames Rosa Stelting, Mattie Denkins, Miss Harriet Halcom, Mrs. Mary Coverstone. SECOND ROW: Mesdames Jessie Elliott, Helen Phelps, Elsie Alyne, Pauline Camplin, Flor- ence Andrews. THIRD ROW: Mesdames Audrey Barrett, lean Sexson, Betty Sipole, james Crisler, Mrs. Orene Johnson. Social Service Workers-Mesdames Kay Sutherlin, Wilma Sims, Mattie Stewart, Carolyn Ray. Campus Policemen Officers Robert L Lloyd johnny C Nevilles George S Martin lack Heavenridge Bill lTrny9 Swindle Virgil Gaither WilbertR Cruner Departmental Assistants-FRONT ROW: Mesdames Gwendolyn Huff, Betty Rowland, ludith Shattuck, Wanda Moon, Gertrude Russell, leanette Fields, Louise Schneider. SECOND ROW: Theron Ferguson, Leo Terry, Herschel Cauble, Lowell Dant. Teacher Aides-Linda Roberts, Mesdames Dorothy Strong, Marie Hinton, Rebecca Clark, Barbara Brown, Rosemary Cutshaw, Margret Wiegand. Frank Renfro, not pictured. 134 Staff of aides perform duties. i Office Staff-FRONT ROW: Mesdames Bernadine Pool, Carolyn Hyatt, Fannie Fowler, Miss Char- W leyne Stinger, Mrs. Martha Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mesdames Elsie Robards, Rosalynne Yarnell, Gloria Robbins, Edna Ayres. THIRD ROW: Mesdames Rita Tussey, Dorothy Armel, Gene Montgomery, Miss Norma Rodewald, Mrs. Janice Chadwick. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Louise Clfstodiansi Thomas Walken Cha'Ie5 O' Creasser, Patricia Littell, Mesdames Virginia Cauble, Florence Cox. Bruton' "TechnicaI"-the voice of Mrs. Jacqueline Patterson greets those who .A . A contact the school through its busy switchboard. ' X ' I ' ' ff i Evening School Office Staff-Mesdames Margaret Potter, Mary Pen- tecost, Mary Hoffman, Eileen Thompson, Mildred Langlotz. 135 Seniors Move on to New Goals Seeing reflections of them- selves in confused underclass- men, seniors acknowledged the growth and change occurring in four years- change in habits, goals, per- sonalities and opinions. The progression of seasons on the Tech campus brought mem- ories of activities enjoyed, challenges met. With a choice of diplomas, seniors were prepared for various avenues of progress ahead. I? anhiqifi A X fx xx. X 1 fi I -L . 4 J, 4 Class of 1969 Officers Michael Pinson Julia Boone Steve Whaley Becky Green President Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms 190 153 Sponsors Mrs. Carol Bean Margeurite Hardy . ' Vice Presidents Pam Cooper Susan Clark Recorders Leo Condos Randal Brown .. 'iii Roll Rooms 6 7 400 300 L . M.. E M.. s 'gf ' Ss f W 'Q ,H , .N Pb at -. Q., z AE xl " Q Q W john Kanouse 'X 3, 1 . 1, 0- s sf , , sae s eas - fx,- 1 I Z' 'fri Ellis Hines Curtiestine Hall Lois Sink Delbert West Mrs. Mary Penrod Rod Lewis Allan Roberts Connie Yensel Eiqgj,f Q, gs A Connie Oates Karen Spaw Steve Woods Four years: a tassel, a diploma, a memor Mike Pinson assumed responsibility as 1969 class president. 139 David Abel Doug Abel Deborah Abernathy Brenda Adams Gary Adams Linda Adams Mike Albright Audrey Alexander Danny Alexander lanice Alexander Milton Allen Ronald Allen Linda Allison Dwayne Amorez Pauline Anderson jerry Andrews Phil Appleman Connie Arms Iudy Armour Filmore Artis james Austin Eloise Bailey Lavon Baker Linda Baker Pamela Baker Barbara Banholzer Dorothea Barlow Beverly Barnett Zelinda Barnett Bill Barton Bruce Bates Patricia Bates Terry Battles Senior officers combine talents and tasks judith Baxter Richard Baylor Denise Beadles Jessie Beavers Bill Beck Karen Beem Kenton Bell Cristina Bennett Cliff Bennett Phyllis Benson Diana Biggerstaff Nancy Birge Richard Bishop David Black james Black J. C. Black Yvonne Black Bruce Blasius Clint Bledsoe Phyllis Bloss Ewing Blue Jacqueline Blunk Hettie Bond Winnie Bonds Peggy Bonfils jenny Bonnet Steve Borden Linda Borem Carolyn Boston Marty Bottoms Mrs. Bean adds the final touch to Pam Cooper's masquerade as one of Santa's Elves for the Christ- mas party in Senior Roll Room 153 of which Pam was vice-president. Randy Brown, 190's recorder, finds time to play in the String Ensemble, Rod Lewis, vice president of Roll Room 7, reads an interesting bulletin. Charlene Boyd Rita Boyd Terry Boyd Carolyn Boykin Cleophas Bradley Connie Bradley Sharon Bradley Linda Brady Dave Briggs Dann Bright Kenny Britt Eugene Broadnax Stephanie Brooks Charles Brose Mike Brothers Terri Brott Carol Brown Curtis Brown Cynthia Brown Deborah Brown Diana Brown loyce Brown Lonnie Brown Tom Brown Willa Brown Susan Brugh Alice Bryant Ray Bryant Bill Buchanan Bill Buckley Gerald Bullock Roy Burks Dennis Burrows Senior year brings busy, happy times Diana Buss Dee Butrum Diane Byrd luanita Byrd Sandy Cable James Caldwell Michael Calvert Eric Calvin jimmy Campbell lay Campbell Connie Camplin Bobby Carnal Betty Carter lacqueline Casey loy Caskey Ralph Caudell Debbie Chambers Linda Chambers Keith Chaney Linda Cheesebourough Mary Chew Kathy Chrisler Debby Clark Karen Clasby Patricia Clements lerry Clevenger Diana Clyburn Carl Coffey Charles Cohen Brenda Colbert Susan Clark, vice-president of Roll Room 190, con- centrates on the ficial duties of the day. 142 l Colors Committee: Hettre Bond, Margie Godwin, Patti Wythe, Linda l Proffitt, Barbara Keers, Rachelle Lee. Hettie Bond, a member of the Colors Committee, ties the Tech senior ribbons. Sylvia Coleman Vicki Collier Brenda Collins Gail Collins Ralph Collins Sylvia Compton Gary Conner lanice Conner lohnny Conner Nora Conover Anna Cook Denise Cook Fred Cook lames Coomer David Cooper Michael Copeland Roberta Cornell Linda Cornett Philip Cosby Robert Cotton Claudia Couse Gary Cox Randy Crane Ruth Creech Norma Crutcher Margaret Curry joy Dalton Melvin Dardy june E. Davidson DiAnn Davis jeffrey Davis Santa and Annie, senioritis strikes again! Nathaniel Davis Roy Davis Geraldine Davisson Stevette Dawson Larry Dea Stephen Decker Linda Deering Kathleen Delaney Edwin de Lorraine Marie Demetriou Kathy Diamantidis Bennett Dickerson jackie Dickerson Danny Dill Elaine Dille Marc Dismuke Robert Doane lohn Doty Gary Duncan James Duncan Gary Dunning leffery Dupree William Dyke Joseph Eckert 3 5, julia Boone, gifrcommittee, en- joys a bit of roll room business. I ix as.. , Gift Committee-FRONT ROW: lulia Boone, Connie Yensel, Curries- tene Hall. SECOND ROW: Becky Green, Rodney Lewis, Allan Rob- erts, Leo Condos. Bill Beck entertains Roll Room 190 with his special impersonation of Little Orphan Annie. just before Christmas vacation St. Nick visits Roll Room 190 in the person of Kenny Allen. Miss Hardy adjusts the "upholstering" for a realistic effect. Sylvester Edwards Randall Elliott ludith Ellis Lee Ellis Ronald Ellis Dan Emery Manuel Espinosa Dan Euler Carol Evans Sherry Fagan Herman Fant Patrick Farabee Frederick Ferguson Barbara Farris Mike Fields Ron Flater Michael Fleetwood Sherry Floerke Raymond Floyd Ronald Floyd Leon Foster Ann Fowler Cathy Fox Susan Fox Teresa Fox Kathleen Frame Gerald Franklin Mary Franklin Frankie Freeman Anise Frink Denise Frink Marilyn Frost Sandy Fuller Robert Gaddie Gary Gartrell Lynn Gatlin Frank Gemmill Charles Gibson Lewis Gibson Sandra Gilkey Marcia Gillenwater Gerry Gilliatte Richard Glenn Margie Godwin Frank Gemmill and Lewis Gibson prepare to fill out one more card in Roll Room 153. On the first day of the second semester, orders for caps and gowns were taken. Ellen Hall measures up. Cap and Gown Committee: Debbie Rodgers, Glenda Lamb, Lonnie Brown, Ronnie Flater, lennifer Hylden, Kent Sweeny. Roll call-time to chat, frolic, and study Steve Woods, Steve Whaley and Libby Wright wait for the bell to ring. Lunch at last I lean Goliday jim Goodlet Preqton Goodrich Deborah Gorden Olevia Gorden Rosa Graham Sharon Grant Larry Green james Greenwell Michael Gregory David Griffin Donald Griffin Mike Griffin Thomas Grimes Wesley Grimes Kathy Groth Allen Grubb, lr. Steven Grubb Vivian Hackett Helen Hackney David Hall Irma Hambrite Cheryl Hamilton Douglas Hamilton john Hamilton Nikki Hamilton Sharon Hankins Mark Hanna Rodney Hardy jerry Harmon Darena Harrington William Harris Eileen Hart Sharon Hartley Donald Havlin Willie Hawthorne Deborah Hayes Georjan Heatherly Robert Lynn Henderson Keith Herbert luanita Hernandez Cheryl Herron Lorna Herzog Denise Hickerson jackie Hickman Linda Hightovver Pat Hill Becky Hill john Hilton Cecilia Hoelker Eleanor Holsey Stephen Hooker Barbara Hopkins iohn Hoskins David Houze Ray Howard Marilyn Hubbard Michael Hubbard On a dare, Bill Barton ventures into Cosmetology class activity. He Displaying the final product, Bill contemplates public acceptance ol lived to regret the torture. the phenomenon. 148 Gnly Bill s hairdresser knows for sure! Donna Huebner Karen Hughes Stevan Hugett jeff Hutchens Mary Hutson Debra Huxley Dennis Huxley David Hyatt jennifer Hylden David Hylton Gloria Irby Brenda Isham Ollimaria jackson Ford jefferson Barry jeffries Mary jekel Bradleyjenkins Liz jeter james johnson jim johnson Mike johnson Patty johnson Robert johnson Barbara jones LEFT Bill eases the pam by not looking RIGHT After the dryer Recovered from the harrowing experience, Bill creates the Fanta the fmalstep is that luhll smelly stuff stech Man a cartoon strip for the Cannon weekly. Carlis lones Nathaniel lones will jones Mark Keele Barbara Keers Linda Keller Drucilla Kennedy Richard Kern Mable Key Bob Kidd Terry Kimberly Garry King Prom, Pat Kinnaman John Kirby Lila Knight Loretta Krupicka Kevin Lacey Glenda Lamb janet Lamb jerry Lawrence Theresa Lawson Shirley Leavell Alvin Lee Peggy Lee Rachelle Lee Rochelle Lee graduation-senior hopes come true l50 Prom Committee: Leo Condos, Ellis Hines, Steve Woods, Karen Spaw, Connie Oates, Susan Clark. Margie Curry, is lost in thought while listening to the bulletin. - - r '-wt stag ,gl Q.. ' Q Ufvlviiitsi fu, Q- . , - fl lkfo-f au Q ' DC ELF' + U ' Convocation Committee: Nathaniel jones, Libby Wright, Alvin Lee, Linda Chambers, Clifton Scott. "lt was here a minute ago!" Linda Chambers faces a common Techite problem-absentmindedness. l5l james Lewis Fred Livers joseph Lohman Terry Loux Roy Lowhorn Guy Luttrell William Maddox Mildred Mahone Terry Malone Ronnie Marsden Allen Marshall Margaret Martindale David Massa Ernest Massingale james Maxwell Roger Mayes Anna McAndrews Becky McAtee Robert McClain Everett McClung Shelia MCColly Girls receive pies, cheers, whistles Guess who? Beneath this mountain of shaving cream lives and breathes Diana Biggerstaff. Carol McCurry Michael McDaniel William McDonald Nancy McGee Henry McGraw Reginald McGuire Sharon Mclntosh john McKeehan Mike McMahon Evelyn McWhirter Kathy Means Bob Medcalf Bertha Medley Sharon Medlin Cheryl Medlock Sandy Sue Mendez Carolyn Michael lim Miller Lillian Milliken Carol Sue Mitchell David Mitchell Cathy jane Mock Shirley Monday Suzanne Monroe Barb Ogle, jenny Bonnet, Teresa Strong, and Becky Green frequently seen in Tech's cheering section, discuss and plan the remainder of the evening's activities. l52 l Amidst autumn scenery, Dorothea Barlow strikes a classic pose. Snapping her fingers, Elaine Peterman appears with a flash of beads and baubles. i l l -a-S, af " at Thomas L. Monroe lohn L. Montgomery Kathy Moore Vicki Moore Linda Morgan Mary Morgan Donna Morris Kathleen Mumford Larry F. Murphy Bradley Nahas ludith A. Neal L. Sue Newell Deborah Newkirk lim Nolte Danny Nooe Cornelia Oates Barbara Ogle Regina O'Neal Gary Owen Charles Owens james E. Owens Shurden Owens, jr. Judy Palmer Cindy G. Parish Annetta Parnell Denise Parr Thomas Parrish isa i jn- Vespers, commencement-solemn, joyful loyce Lee Peppler lim Perdue Sharon M. Perdue Deborah Elaine Perkins Dennis Perry Elaine Peterman Larry Peters Larry C. Peterson Bonnie Kay Petro Kenneth Phillips Leon Phillips john Pico! Charles E. Polin, lr. Edna Polly Regenia Pope Greg Porter Sidney Portericker, lr. Vicki Poynter Chris Pratt Charles Prewitt Brenda Pearl Price Commencement Committee: Karen Spaw, Pam Cooper, Steve Whaley, Rod Lewis, Ellis Hines, Randy Brown. I5-1 Leo Condos displays his effi ciency as a salesman. u E 6 B 4 Vespers Committee: Cecilia Hoelker, William A. Barton, Kristine Tomescu, Elaine S. Peterman, B. Gail Collins. Phil Cosby, of S.R. 153, Directs Gail Collins in the technique of passing out the Cannon newspapers. Michael Anthony Price Linda Sue Proffitt lra Lee Pryor William Dennis Pryor Tom Quintana Violet A. Rackley Geraldine Rainey Vicki Raker lan Ramsey Richard Rand Donald E. Randolph Gary Stephen Rees Patsy Ann Reeves Linda Rae Renfro Cathy Joan Ressinger Mark Reynolds Mary Elisabeth Reynolds Bill Reynolds, jr. Helen Rhodes Wanda Yvette Rhodes Rowlnd Eugene Richardson Rick Rinehart James O. Rivers Ken Roach Rick Roark Ron Robbins Beverly 1. Roberts Norman Lee Roberts Rose Robertson Greg Robinson lohnny Robinson Rosemary Robinson Debbie Roddy Debbie Rodgers Samuel C. Rogers Sue Rose Karen Sue Ross Wendy Ross Roseann Marie Rothrock Mike Routh Paula M. Rowing Carmen Marie Ruby Susan Rupert Linda Rush Szmdee Russell Gary Eugene Sanders Sharon Ann Sanders Marcia lean Sayles Tim Patrick Schneider Kenneth Lee Schultz Alma Lee Scott Clifton Gene Scott Janet Scott Paula Ruby Scott Linda Sears Beth Shingleton David Edward Shives Tom Siefert Richard Lee Sluder Blaine Smith Ken Scott Smith Lloyd Smith Patty Smith Rickey Smith Think there's enough water to surf in a brrdbath? Mike Price thinks so as the camera clicks. "Giddy-Up" is the password, but apparently Mike doesn't know that as his horse refuses to go. Ron A. Smith Scott Smith Shelia A. Smith Stella Smith Willie Smith Yvonne Ann Smith Land or sea-outdoor sports attract Mike Debra lean Smock Rickey Snider Norma Snyder Wydah L. Soubeih Stephen Speece Micheal Spencer Shirley Sprague Sue Sprinkle james Spurr Linda Stafford Sandra Stanfield Pamela Stanton Ben Stark lerry Steffey Paula Stepp Eleaner Stewart Richard Stewart Walter Stewart Lemul Stigler Betty Stockton Linda Stokes Larry Stoltz Deborah Stomm Richard Stomm Phillip Street Teresa Strong lohn Strubbe Gary Suggs Dale Suhre Janice Swanigan Kent Sweeney Becky Tague Bill Taylor Carolyn Taylor Charles Taylor Elaine Taylor Ronald Taylor Phyllis Tedrow Leonard Terry Paul Terry Kathy Tharp Beverly Thiry Connie Thomas Larry Thomas Peggy Thomas Ruth Thomas Sherry Thomas Darlene Thompson Harold Thompson lohn Thompson Steven Thompson john Tilford james Todd Kristine Tomescu Linda Towler Teresa Tren! Senior Council-FRONT ROW: Connie Yensel, Pam Cooper, Rod Lewis, Becky Green, Randy Brown, Connie Oates, Ellis Hines, Karen Spaw, Curtiestine Hall. SECOND ROW: Susan Clark, Steve Woods, Leo Condos, julia Boone, Allan Roberts, Steve Whaley. l5B Vurl Trimmer George Turner Winfred Turner Fannie Tyler Veronica Van Cleave Kathy Vandermark Council plans, directs senior activities V Frank Vaughn George Vaughn Kim Vaughn Zoltan Veegh Bill Vestal Kathy Volstad Carl Wade Sylvia Wade Maurice Walker Randy Walker Sammie Walker Vera Walker Bill Waller Tim Wand Diana Warren Virgil Warren Brenda Webster john Webster Linda Weilhammer George Welch Wayne Welter Karen Wetherell David White Joyce Whobrey l59 Judy Wiley Tom Wilkerson Anetta Wilks Faye Williams Keith Williams Lloyd Williams Michael Williams Norma Williams Willie Williams Patty Wills lames Wilson Patty Wilson Teresa Wilson Artist, photographer Gail enjoys hobbies Earline Winburn Larry Wingo Dwight Woodcock Libby Wright Fred Wright Gary Wright Larry Wright Mike Wyatt Westy Wyatt Barbara Wycoff Donna Wyrick Patti Wythe Gail Collins, artist and photographer, presents her one-man show from the Click of the shutter to the finished print. Patti Wythe models as the outdoor girl and Tim Schneider as the debonair secret agent. ldl Donna Grayson Dorothy Greene Debbie Groth Zelda Hasty Kenneth Havlin Cheryl Hayes Mary Helms Mary Hite Sharon Mundy lames Owens Frances Poett lames Pryor Harold Ragsdale Sandra Reynolds Rick Rogers Burnetta Sanders Luther Scott Mike Shackelford ludy Spain Carol Speer Linda Thomason Roland Thompson Karen Thrasher Robert Upchurch Steve Virden Kirk Wall Randy Wardwell Terry Wilkerson lack Williams Lawrence Woodruff Linda K. Yarrell Dennis Zavada Linda Zupan TTC Tech Legion-FRONT ROW: William R. Buckley, Anita Geraldine Clevenger, B. Gail Collins, Pamela lo Cooper, captains, William A. Barton, Susan Lee Clark, co-commandersg john Thomas Hilton, Michael A. Pinson, Kristine E. Tomescu, captains. Not pictured: R. Kim Vaughn, captain. SECOND ROW: Howard L. Longshore, principalg Allan H. Roberts, Deborah Lynn Roddy, Wendy Sue Ross, Timothy P. Schneider, Clifton Gene Scott, Karen Sue Spaw, Teresa Kay Strong, Kent D. Sweeney, Linda M. Towler, Timothy Wand, Keith Williams, Stephen K. Woods, Elizabeth Ann Wright, Patricia L. Wythe, Connie G. Yensel, Linda lo Zupan, Robert Belding, chairman. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Marian Moore, commit- tee, lerry Lynn Harmon, Denise Hickerson, jeffrey A. Hutchens, Mary lean Hutson, len- nifer Rae Hylden, Glenda Lee Lamb, Rachelle A. Lee, Terry A. Loux, Mildred Mahone, Commencement, Alumni Association, Tech l62 5 i Senior Alumni Representatives-FRONT ROW: Sherry Fagan, Eleaner Stewart, Libby Wright, Patti Wythe, Cheryl Medlock, Diana Biggerstaff. SECOND ROW: Alvin Lee, Bill Buckley, Donna Huebner, Mike Hubbard, Rosemary Robinson. Cheryl Lynn Medlock, Mary Ellen Morgan, Cornelia L. Oates, Elaine Sue Peterman, Vicki Lynn Raker. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Peterson, committee: David A. Cooper, Linda Kay Cornett, Geraldine Sue Davisson, Kathleen M. Delaney, D. Elaine Dille, Sherry Lynn Fagan, Mary Louise Franklin, Frankie Lynn Freeman, Lewis H. Gibson, Margaret E. God- win, Becky lean Green, Curtiesline Hall, Cheryl L. Hamilton, Nikki L. Hamilton, Sharon Sue Hankins. FIFTH ROW: Floyd Tobrocke, Irene Rhodes, committee: james T. Austin, Diana Gail Biggerstaff, Hettie Louise Bond, jennifer Lee Bonnet, julia L. Boone, Terry E. Boyd, Carolyn Ann Boykin, Randal S. Brown, Sandra P. Cable, joy Lynn Caskey, Linda E. Chambers, Mary M. Chew, Leonidas G. Condos. Legion highlight 1969 senior festivities Class of1969 ABEL, DAVID FRANKLIN: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Social Studies ABEL, DOUGLAS FREDERICK IDOUGII Social Studies ABERNATHY, DEBORAH FAYE: Business Education, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Natural Science Club, Speech Team ADAMS, BRENDA RAYE: Home Economics!Cannon Agent ADAMS, GARY KIETH: Building Trades!Stage Cralt Club, Football ADAMS, LINDA JOYCE: Business Education, Home Econom- ics ALBRIGHT, MICHAEL A. IMIKEII Social Studies ALEXANDER, AUDREY: Mathematics, Social Studies ALEXANDER, DANNY WILLIAM: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Natural Science Club, Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Representative ALEXANDER, IANICE MARIE: Business Education, Social Studies!FTA, High School Red Cross Club, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Representative ALLEN, KENNETH LEE IKENI: Electrical Trades ALLEN, MILTON SILL: Auto-Aviation, Science, Social Stud- ies!Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Wrestling ALLEN, RONALD MIKE: Art, Business Education AMOREZ, DUANE DIEGO: Auto-Aviation,Social Studies ANDERSON, PAULINE DENISE: Home Economics, Social StudiesN-Teens, Girls Concert Club ANDERSON, SHIRLEY REAN: Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, Y-Teens ANDREWS, JERRY LEE: Mathematics!Baseball, Cross Coun- try APPLEMAN, PHILIP R.: Business Education, Foreign Lan- guage, Social Studies!Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Repre- sentative ARMOUR, JUDY: Business Education, Home Economics! Drama-Speech Club, History Club, High School Red Cross Club, SAO Representative ARMOUR, LARRY JAMES: BuildingTrades,Science ARMS, CONNIE LYNN: Business Education!SAO Repre- sentative ARMSTRONG, GEORGE ROLLEN D., IR.: Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Service Club, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Officers, Debate Team, Football, Track ARTIS, FILMORE, JR.: Building Trades. Social Studies!Wres- tling, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra AUSTIN, JAMES THOMAS: Printing!Natural Science Club, Chess Club, Radio Club AUSTIN, PHILLIP, JR.: Art BAKER, LAVON MARIE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics BAILEY, ELOISE ELAINE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics BAKER, LINDA: Business Education,SociaI Studies BAKER, PAMELA ANN: Business Education, Home Econom- ics, Social Studies!SAO Representative BANI-IOLZER, BARBARA JO: Business Education, Social Studies BARLOW, DORTHEA ANN: Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, High School Red Cross Club, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative BARNEIT, BEVERLY IO: Social Studiesfbrama-Speech Club, GAA, NFL, Track, Concert Band, Speech Team, SAO Repre- sentative BARNETT, ZELINDA VELJEAN: Home Economics!Drama- Speech Club, Photography Club, Printing Club BARTON, WILLIAM ANTHONY IBILLI: German, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, German Club, NFL, Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Debate Team, Speech Team, Cannon agent, Cannon weekly Staff, SAO Representative BATES, BRUCE W.: Science, Social Studies!SAO Repre- sentative BATES, PATRICIA LANE: Business Education BATTLES, TERRY LYNN: Home Economics!Drama-Speech Club, Debate Team, Judo Club, Music Club BAXTER, JUDITH KAY: Home Economics BAYLOR, RICHARD WOODROW: Mathematics, Social Studies!Key Club, Basketball, Football BEADLES, DENISE MARIE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics BEAVERS, JESSIE JAMES: Electrical Trades BECK, WILLIAM TRACIE IBILLI: Business Education, Social Studies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Baseball, Basketball, Cannon Agent BEEM, KAREN JEAN: Social Studies, Girls Ensemble, Techoir BELL, KENTON ALLEN: Electrical Trades!Basltetball, Wres- tling ' BENNETT, CHRISTINE ROSE: Business Education, Social Studies!Natural Science Club BENNETT, CLIFFORD WILLIAM ICLIFFII Business Education, Social Studies!Cross Country, Track BENSON, PHILLIS DIANNE: Businas Education, Mathe- matics, Social Studies!SAO Representative BIGGERSTAFF, DIANA GAIL: Social Studies!Hist0ry Club, Quill and Scroll, Drama-Speech Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff, Concert Orchestra BIRGE, NANCY LOU: Business Education BISHOP, RICHARD WILLARD: Home Ecunomics!Baseball BLACK, DAVID EUGENE: Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, Cannon Yearbook Stall BLACK, JAMES ALFRED: Electrical Trades, Mathematics, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Lettermen's Club, Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Concert Band, Con- cert Orchestra BLACK, J. C., JR. IRICKI: Business Education, Social Studies! Boys Concert Club, Techoir BLACK, YVONNE: Home Economics BLASINS, BRUCE D.: Auto-Aviation BLEDSOE, CLINTON A. ICLINTII Social Studies BLOSS, PHYLLIS ELAINE: Home Economics, Social Studies! Concert Band, SAO Representative BLUE, EWING MITCHELL: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies! Cross Country, Track BLUNK, JACQUELINE S.: Business Education, Social Stud- ies!ICT Club, Quill and Scroll, Human Relations Committee BOND, HETTIE L.: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!French Club, Music Club, Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble BONDS, WINNIE LOUISE: Home Economics!Cannon Weekly Staff BONFILS, PEGGY KATHRYN: Art BONNET, JENNIFER LEE UENNYJ: Business Education, For- eign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, SAO Executive Board BOONE, JULIA LAURELL: Foreign Language, Home Econom- ics, Social Studies!Concert Orchestra, ROTC Sponsor BORDEN, STEPHEN L.: Drafting, Mathematics, Science, So- cial 5tudies!German Club BOREM, LINDA SUE: Business Education, Home Economics BOSTON, CAROLYN MARIE: Home Economics, Social Studies!SAO Representative BOTTOMS, MARTHA JANE IMARTYI: Music, Social Stud- iesffhespians, Drama-Speech Club, Music Club, Girls En- semble, Techoir, Cannon Weekly staff BOYD, CHARLENE: Business Education, Home Economics BOYD, RITA: Business Education!Library Assistant BOYD, TERRY ELLEN: Mathematics, Social Studies!QuilI and Scroll, Prayer Circle, Future Nurses, Concert Band, Techoir, Cannon Yearbook Staff BOYKIN, CAROLYN ANN: Business Education, Mathemat- ics, Science, Social Studies BRADLEY, CLEOPHAS, IR.: Business Education, Industrial Arts, Social Studies BRADLEY, CONSTANCE L.: Business Education!Cannan Agent BRADLEY, SHARON KAY: Business Education, Social Stud- ies!Girls Concen Club BRADY, LINDA MARIE: Business Education, Social Studies! Service Club, Music Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO Repre- sentative BRIGGS, DAVID GRANT IDAVEI: Electrical Trades, Social Studies!Concert Band, Concert Orchestra BRIGHT, DANN: Mathematics, Social Studies BRITT, KENNETH WILLIAM IKENNYI: Business Education BROADNAX, EUGENE LAVERN: Science, Building Trades, Social Studies I64 BROOKS, STEPHANIE M.: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics!Track, SAO Representative, Speech Team, Cannon Agent BROSE, CHARLES DAVID: Art!SAO Representative BROTHERS, MICHAEL IMIKEI: Social Studiesflntramural Sports, Chess Club BROTI', TERRI LYNN: Business Education, Home Economics BROWN, CAROL JOAN: Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club BROWN, CURTIS L.: Auto-Aviation BROWN, CYNTHIA: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studieslludo Club, Track BROWN, DEBORAH ANN: Home Economics, Social Stud- ies!SAO Representative BROWN, DIANNE IDIANAI: Home Economics!GAA, Radio Club, High School Red Cross Club, Track BROWN, JOHN IRWIN: Social Studies!Boys Concert Club BROWN, JOYCE ELAINE: Buisness Education, Social Studies BROWN, LOIS N.: Home Economics BROWN, LONNIE K.: Mathematic, Social Studies!SAO Representative BROWN, RANDAL SCOTT IRANDYI: Music, Social Studies! Key Club, Music Club, Boys Concert Club, Boys Octette, Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble, Techoir BROWN, THOMAS LEE ITOMJ: Electrical Trades, Social Studies BROWN, TONI GAYLE: Home Economics, Science, Social Studies BROWN, WILLA ARNEDIA: Business Education, Social Studies!NFL, Drama-Speech Club, GAA, Debate Team, Speech Team BROWNING, RUSSELL THOMAS: Foreign Language, Science, Social Studies BRUGH, SUSAN JANE: Art, Social Studies BRYANT, ALICE M.: Business Education, Social Studies!Y- Teens, History Club, SAO Representative BRYANT, RAY ALBERT: Building Trades, Social Studies! Football BUCHANAN, WILLIAM LEE IBILLI: Electrical Trades BUCKLEY, WILLIAM RUSSELL IBILLI: Foreign Language, So- cial Studies!Service Club, NFL, German Club, SAO Repre- sentative, Techoii, Speech Team BULLOCK, GERALD WAYNE: Drafting, Social Studies!Radio Club, Art Club, Photography Club BURKS, ROY DEAN: Auto-Aviation!Lettermen's Club, Wrestling BURROWS, DENNIS L.: Social Studies BUSS, DIANA SUE: Art, English, Home Economits BUTRUM, ADELIA ILENE IDEEJ: Business Education, Social Studies!SAO Representative BYFORD, FLETA BYRD, DIANE ELAINE: Artflntramural Sports, SAO Repre- sentative BYRD, IUANITA: Home Economics, Social Studies CABLE, SANDRA PAULINE ISANDYI: Business Education, Foreign Language!lCT Club, Y-Teens. Service Club, SAO Representative CALDWELL, JAMES ANTHONY: Business Education, Social Studies CALVERT, MICHAEL S.: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies CALVIN, ERIC LAMONT: Social Studies CAMPBELL, JAMES D. UIMMYI: Building Trades!Service Club, Concert Orchestra, Concert Band CAMPBELL, JAY BRYAN: Social Studies!Hist0ry Club, ROTC Officer, SAO Representative, ROTC Color Guard CAMPLIN, CONSTANCE S.: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies CAPSHAW, KATHY ANN: Business Education, Social Stud- ies!Thespians, Drama-Speech Club, Music Club, Girls Con- cert Club, SAO Representative CARNAL, ROBERT LOUIS IBOBBYI: Art, Social Studies! Thespians, Drama-Speech Club, NFL, SAO Representative CARTER, BETTY M.: Business Education, Social Studies! GirlsTrack CARTER, WILSON LEE: Auto-Aviation,Social Studies CASEY, JACQUELINE: Home Economics, Science!GAA CASKEY, JOY LYN: Foreign Language, Science, Social Stud- ies CAUDELL, RALPH P., JR.: Auto-Aviation, Printing CAYLOR, RICHARD ALLEN: Building Trades CHAMBERS, DEBRA SUE IDEBBIEI: Business Education! SAO Representative CHAMBERS, LINDA ELIZABETH: Social Studies!MusiC Club, Techoir, Melodayres, Iunior Council CHANEY, KEITH ANTONY: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Spanish Club, Key Club, Melodayres, Techoir, Iunior Council, SAO Representative, Boys Concert Club, Cannon Weekly Staff CHEESEBOUROUGH, LINDA A.: Business Education, Social Studiesfirack CHEW, MARY MOY: Art, Home Economics, Social Studies! ROTC Sponsor, lunior Council, SAO Representative CHRISLER, KATHY ANN: Home Economics, Social Studies! History Club, Speech Team, SAO Representative, Majorettes CLARK, DEBORAH S. IDEBBYI: Home Economics, Social Studies!Service Club, Girls Concert Club, SAO Representa- tive, School Service CLARK, 1. C.: ElectricalTrades, Social Studies CLARK, SUSAN LEE: Human Relations Committee, High School Red Cross Club, French Club, Techoir, Girls En- semble, SAO Executive Board CLASBY, KAREN SUE: Home Economics, Foreign Language, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, Band Drill CLEMENTS, PATRICIA ANN: Home Economics, Mathe- matics, Music CLEVENGER, ANITA GERALDINE KIERRVI: Mathematics, So- cial Studies CLYBURN, DIANA FAY: Home Economics COFFEY, CARL WOODROW: Social Studies COHEN, CHARLES HENRY, IR.: Social Studies, Mathe- matics COLBERT, BRENDA LOUISE: Business Education, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club COLEMAN, SVLVIA: Home Economics COLLIER, VICKI LOU: Business Education, Social Studies! SAO Representative, Future Nurses Club, Band Drill COLLINS, BELINDA GAIL: Social Studies, Art, Spanish, Mathematics!Quill and Scroll, Spanish Club, Photography Club, Art Club COLLINS, BRENDA IOYCE: Social Studies!Recl Cross Club, French Club, GAA COLLINS, RALPH LEE: Auto-Aviation,Social Studies COLLINS, SANDRA ELAINE: Business Education, Social Studies!ICT Club, SAO Representative COMBEST, SHERON SUE: Home Economics, Social Studies COMPTON, SYLVIA IOYCE: Home Economics, Science CONDOS, LEONIDAS GEORGE ILEOI: German, Mathe- matics, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, Key Club, NFL, Speech Team, SAO Executive Board, SAO Representative CONLEY, PAIJL EDWARD: Electrical Trades!ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team CONNER, GARY ALLAN: Metal Trades!Cannon Agent CONNER, IANICE FAE: Home Economics CONNER, IOHNNY LYND: Metal Trades CONOVER, ELEANORA KAY INORAI: Art!Art Club CONOVER, ELEANORA MAY IELLIEI: Business Education COOK, ANNA GALE: Business Education COOK, DENISE LUCILLE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics COOK, FREDERICK WILLIAM IFREDII Science, Social Stud- ies COOMER, IAMES VERTREES: Auto B0dy!lCT Club COOPER, DAVID ALLEN: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, XYZ Club, History Club, Cross Country, Speech Team, Tennis COOPER, PAMELA IO IPAMI: Spanish, Mathematics, Social Studies!Service Club, Majorettes, SAO Representative COPELAND, MICHAEL E.: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!ICT Club, History Club CORNELL, ROBERTA ROSEZENE: Home Economics, Social Studis!HIstory Club, Music Club, Girls Concert Club CORNETT, LINDA KAY: Business Education!Drama-Speech Club, Thespians, Girls Concen Club, Cannon Weekly Staff COSBY, PHILIP DWAYNE IPHILI: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!SAO Representative laltl COTTON, ROBERT IAMES, IR.: Electrical Trades COUSE, CLAUDIA IEANNE: Music, Social Studiesltvtusic Club, History Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, Girls Concert Club COX, GERALD ROBERT IGARYI: Social Studies, General Shop, Track, Wrestling, Football CRANE, RANDALL EARL QRANDYII Social Studies!Key Club, Baseball, Football CREECH, RUTH ALICE: Art!SAO Representative CRUTCHER, NORMA IEAN: Mathematics, Social Studies! FTA, SAO Representative CURRY, MARGARET LOUISE IMARGIEI: Foreign Lan- guage, Social Studies!Music Club, High School Red Cross Club, Spanish Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, Cannon Year- book Staff, Cannon Agent, Girls Concert Club DALTON, IOY LYNN: Business Education, Social Studies DANIELS, MATTIE BEATRICE: Home Economics DARDY, MELVIN: Social Studies!History Club, Human Re- lations Committee DAVIDSON, HARRY ALWYN, IR.: Art DAVIDSON, IUNE ELLEN: Foreign Language, Social Stud- ies!Iudo Club DAVIS, DIANN ELAINE: Business Education, Home Econom- ics, Social Studies!Cannon Agent, SAO Representative DAVIS, IEFFREY ALAN: Building Trades, Social Studies! Cannon Agent DAVIS, NATHANIEL H., IR.: Art DAVIS, ROY WILLIAM: Printing, Social Studies!ROTC Officers DAVIS, STEVEN ALBERT: Social Studies DAVISSON, GERALDINE S.: Business Education, Social Studies DAWSON, STEVETTE CYNTHIA: Art, Social Studies!GAA, Concen Band DEA, LARRY: Art, Social Studies!Cross Country, Track, Boys Concert Club, Techoir DECKER, STEPHEN R.: Electrical Trades, Social Studies! Natural Science Club DEERING, LINDA SUE: Home Economics!FTA, Human Re- lations Committee, Service Club DELANEY, KATHLEEN MARIE: Business Education, Social Studies!SAO Representative De LORRAINE, HARRY EDWIN, IR.: Building Trades!Social Studies DEMETRIOU, MARIE: Home Economics!Social Studies DIAMANTIDIS, EKATERINI IKATHYI: Foreign Language. Home Economics, Social Studies!French Club DICKERSON, BENNETT LEE: Building Trades, Social Studies DICKERSON, IACQUELINE IIACKIEI: Home Economics DILL, DANNY IOE: Business Education, Social Studies DILLE, DONNA ELAINE: Business Education, Social Studies! Human Relations Committee, Service Club, Thespians, SAO Representative DISMUKE, MARC ALLEN IDIZII Building Trades, Social Studies DOANE, ROBBIE EDWARD: Building Trades, Science DOTY, IOHN EDWARD: Printing DUNCAN, GARY WAYNE: Art DUNCAN, IAMES RILEY, IR. IIIMII Building Trades, Mathe- matics DUNNING, GARY WAYNE: Auto-Aviation DUPREE, IEFFERY WAYNE: Metal Trades DYKE, WILLIAM GARY IBILLI: Auto-Aviation, Social Stud- ies!Drama Club, Thespians, Football, Speech Team, SAO Representative EALY, BONNIE SCEAL: Social Studies!FTA, Human Rela- tions Committee, History Club EASLER, TONY: Auto-Aviation ECKERT, IOSEPH HENRY ll0EI: Social Studies EDWARDS, SYLVESTER tSYLI: Drafting, Social Studies! Football, Iunior Council, Track, Basketball ELLIOTT, RANDALL LANE IRANDYI: Social Studies ELLIS, IUDITH IOSEPHINE: Social Studies ELLIS, LEE, IR.: Social Studies ELLIS, RONALD EDWARD CRONNIEI: Metal Trades!History Club, Natural Science Club, Key Club EMERY, DANIEL THOMAS IDANIZ Building Trades, Social Studies EMMITT, STEVEN RAY ISTEVEIZ Social Studies ESPINOSA, MANUEL: Electrical Trades ESSLINGER, IAMES IOSEPH IIIMI: BuildingTradeS ETTINGER, STEVEN DOUGLAS ISTEVEII Social Studies! History Club, Football, Track, SAO Representative EULER, DANIEL FRANK IDANII Social Studiesffootball, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra, Cannon Agent EVANS, CAROL ANNE: Business Education, Social Studies! History Club, Y-Teens, Prayer Circle, Cannon Weekly Staff I65 FAGAN, SHERRY LYNN ANN ROSE: Art, Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club FARABEE, PATRICK VERNON: Auto-Aviation FARRIS, BARBARA IO: Business Education, Social Studies! History Club, Music Club, Service Club FERGUSON, FREDERICK EUGENE lTWlNKLEl: Building Trades, Social Studies!Eootball, Wrestling FERGUSON, HENRY WAYNE: Auto-Aviation!lntramural Sports FIELDS. MICHAEL LEE IMIKEIZ Social Studies FLATER, RONALD WAVNE trtorsn: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!5peech Team, SAO Representative FLEETWOOD, MICHAEL LEE: Building Trades!Wrestling FLOERKE, SHERRY KAY: Business Education, Social Stud- ies!GAA, High School Red Cross Club, Service Club FLOYD, RAYMOND EARL: Art, Social Studies!History Club FLOYD, RONALD IAMES: Art FORD, MICHAEL EDWARD: Auto-Aviation FOSTER, LEON CHARLES: Metal Trades!Cross Country, Track FOX, CATHY ELAINE: Business Education, Home Economics FOX, SUSAN KAY: Art, Social Studies FOX, TERESA ANNE: Business Education, Social Studies FRAME, KATHLEEN ANN: Business Education FRANKLIN, GERALD EUGENE: Building Trades, Business Education!BasketbaIl, Football FRANKLIN, MARY LOUISE: Business Education, Social Studies FREEMAN, FRANKIE L.: Business Education, Social Studies! Music Club, History Club, Techoir, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent FRINK, ANISE ELAINE: Home Economics FRINK, DENISE JANE: Home Economics FROST, MARILYN K.: Business Education, Social Studies! Music Club, Service Club, Twirlers, Majorettes, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative FULLER, SANDRA L.: Business Education, Home Econom- icsfl' rack GADDIE, ROBERT: Business Education, Social Studies! Intramural Sports, Lettermen's Club, Basketball, Football, Cannon Agent GAINES, MICHAEL lMlKEl: Social Studies GARTRELL, GARY: Social Studies!Crofss Country, Tennis GATLIN, LYNN MARIE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics GEMMILL FRANK MITCHELL: Metal Trades!Tennis, Cannon Agent GIBSON, CHARLES R., IR.: Building Trades, Social Studies GIBSON, LEWIS HOWARD: Foreign Language, Mathemat- ics, Science, Social Studies!Cannon Weekly Stal-f Cannon Agent GILBERT, IOHN D.: Building Trades!Social Studies GILKEY, SANDRA B,: Business Education, Social Studies! SAO Representative, Track GILLENWATER, MARCIA YOLANDA: Business Education, Mathematics, Social Studies!SAO Representative GILLIATFE, GERRY WAYNE: Building Trades!Chess Club, Boys Concert Club, SAO Representative GILLIE, VICKI LYNN: Social Studies GODWIN, MARGARET IMARGIEI: Foreign Language, Science, Social Studiesft-tuman Relations Committee, Quill Bt Scroll, Cannon Yearbook Staff, SAO Executive Board, SAO Representative GOLIDAY, EMMA IEAN: Business Education, Science! Twirlers, SAO Representative GOODLET, IAMES ROBERT, IR. UIMI: Art, Social Studies! Art Club, Key Club, Photography Club GOODRICH, PRESTON EUGENE: Art!Music Club GORDEN, OLEVIA ANN: Business Education, Social Stud- ies!XYZ Club, Music Club, Drama-Speech Club, Techoir, Girls Concert Club, SAO Representative GORDON, DEBORAH IEAN IDEBBIEII Business Education, Social Studies GRAHAM, ROSA: Home Economics, Social Studies GRANT, SHARON ANNE: Foreign Language, Social Stud- ies!Concert Band, Concen Orchestra GRAVES, DAVID C.: Business Education, Social Studies! Basketball GRAY, FREDERICK B.: Business Education!Drama-Speech Class of 1969 Club, NFL, Natural Science Club GREEN, BECKY IEAN: Home Economics, Social Studies! SAO Executive Board, lunior Council, SAO Representative GREEN, LARRY DEAN: Building Trades, Social Studies! ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Color Guard GREENWELL, IAMES R. UIMI: ElectricalTrades GREGORY, MICHAEL L.: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff GRIFFIN, DAVID: Music, Social Studies!Key Club, Music Club, Thespians, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Repre- sentative GRIFFIN, DONALD CARLOS IDONI: Foreign Language, Social Studies, Physical Education!lCL, Lettermen's Club, Football, Wrestling GRIFFIN, DOUGLAS MICHAEL lMIKElI Music, Social Studies!Music Club, Key Club, Bell Choir, Boys Concert Club, Techoir GRIGSBY, CARL P.: Auto-Aviation, Science, Social Studies GRIMES, THOMAS F.: Science, Social Studies GRIMES, WESLEY WADE: Electrical Trades, Social Studies CROTH, KATHY DEAN: Home Economics!Cannon Year- book Staff, SAO Representative GRUBB, ALLEN, IR.: Auto Body, Mathematics, Social Studies GRUBB, STEVEN ALAN: Mathematics, Science!FootbalI, Track HACKETT, VIVIAN LEONA: Foreign Language, Social Stud- ies!Drama-Speech Club, Spanish Club, Natural Science Club, Cannon Agent HACKNEY, HELEN FRANCIS: Home Economics HALL, CURTIESTINE: Foreign Language, Home Economics, Social Studies!FTA, Drama-Speech Club, Spanish Club HALL, DAVID ALLEN: Mathematic, Social Studiesffrack, Wrestling, SAO Representive HALL, ELLEN SUE: Home Economics HAMBRITE, IRMA NELL: Social Studiei HAMILTON,CHERYL LOUISE: Foreign Language, Mathemat- ics, Social Studies!German Club, Prayer Circle, Techoir HAMILTON, DOUGLAS PAUL lDOUGlC Electrical Trades, Mathematim, Social Studies HAMILTON, JOHN LEONARD: Building Trades, Social Studies!ICT HAMILTON, NIKKI LYNN: Home Economics, Social Stud- ies!Music Club, Quill and Scroll, Prayer Circle, Concert Band, Techoir, Cannon Weekly Staff, News Bureau HAMMOCK, IOHNNY LEE: Building Tradesflntramural Sports HAMMONS, MIKE: Business Education HANKINS, SHARON SUE: Business Education, Social Studies HARDY, RODNEY: Art, Social Studie HARMON, JERRY L.: Auto-Aviation, Mathernaticsfwres- tling, Concert Band, Cannon Agent, Pep Band HARRINGTON, DARENA SHERRELL lDEE DEEIZ Home Eco- nomics HARRIS, WILLIAM STEPHEN: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies HART, EILEEN S.: Mathematics, Social Studies!Major- ettes, Girls Concert Club HARTLEY, SHARON LEE: Home Economics HAVLIN, DONALD BURL IDONi: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies HAWTHORNE, WILLIE JAMES: Social Studies!Intramural Sports, Basketball, Track, Speech Team HAYES, DEBORAH LOUISE lDEBBlEl2 Social Studies!SAO Representative HEATHERLY, GEORIAN UANJ: Social Studies!Girls Con- cert Club, Techoir HENDERSON, ROBERT LEE IROBBJ: Building Trades, Mathematics!XYZ Club, Lettermen's Club, Intramural Sports HENDERSON, ROBERT LYNN lBOBl: Printing HERBERT, KEITH HEROLD, IR.: Auto-Aviation, Mathe- matics HERNANDEZ, IUANITA L.: Business Education, Home Economics!Future Nurses Club, GAA, Service Club, Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon Agent HERRON, CHERYL ELAINE: Business Education HERZOG, LORNA LEE: Home Economics, Science HICKERSON, DENISE: Business Education, Mathematics, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, Girls Con- cert Club, SAO Representative, Cannon Agent HICKMAN, IACQUELINE llACKlEl: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studies!SAO Representative HICKS, WILLIAM D.: Building Trade, Mathematics HIGHTOWER, LINDA NELL: Businss Education, Home Economics, 5cience!SAO Representative HILL, IAMES C.: Mathematics, Social Studies HILL, PATRICIA LOUISE IPAD: Home Economics, Mathe- matics, Music HILL, REBECCA SUE lBECKYi: Home Economics HILTON, IOHN ITHOMASI: Mathematits, Social Stud- ies!Key Club, Boys Octette, Techoir, SAO Representa- tive HINES, ELLIS MAYO: Business Education, Social Studies HODGSON, MICHAEL ALLEN: Foreign Language, Mathe- matics, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Key Club, Quill and Scroll, Cannon Weekly Staff, Base- ball, Basketball HOELKER, CECILIA ANN: Foreign Language, Social Studies HOLDERFIELD, CLARENCE CHESTER: Auto-Aviation HOLSEY, ELEANOR R,: Business Education, Foreign Lan- guage, Social Studies HOLTSCLAW, IAMES EDWARD lEDDlEl: Art!CheiS Club, Chemistry-Physics Club, Radio Club, Cannon Agent HOOKER, STEPHEN WESLEY: Social Studies!ChemiStry- Physics Club, French Club, Radio Club, Wrestling, ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, Boys Concert Club, SAO Repre- sentative HOPKINS, BARBARA ANN: Home Economics HOSKINS, IOHN WARREN: Building Trades!Photogra- phy Club HOUZE, DAVID PAUL: Social Studies!BasketbaIl HOWARD, RAY: ElectricalTrades HUBBARD, MARILYN: Social Studies, Home Econom- its, Business Education HUBBARD, MICHAEL LAWRENCE: Social Studies, Foreign Language!Human Relations Committee, Radio Club, Spanish Club, SAO Representative HUEBNER, DONNA KAY: Science, Social Studia HUGHES, KAREN DIANE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics HUGHETT, STEVAN R.: Electrical Trades HUTCHENS, JEFFREY ALAN: Foreign Language Huuuz, noun DAVID: HUTSON, MARY IEAN: Social Studies!ICT Club HUXLEY, DEBRA oss insanity: Business Education! Cannon Agent HUXLEY, DENNIS LEE: Music, Drafting!Key Club, Natural Science Club, Intramural Sports, Boys Octette, Techoir, Boys Concert Club HYATT, PAUL DAVID: Auto-Aviation I-IYLDEN, IENNIFER RAE UENNYJ: Businss Education, Foreign Language, Social Studies!SAO Representative, Departmental Assistant HYLTON, DAVID ALLAN: Auto-Aviation IRBY, GLORIA IEANI Art!Basketball ISHAM, BRENDA SUE: Business Education, Social Studies! Concert Band IACKSON, OLLIMARIA: Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies!Cannon Weekly Staff JEFFERSON, FORD: Drafting, Industrial Arts, Mathematics! Chess Club IEFFRIES, BARRY DUANE: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!ICT Club, Football IEKEL, MARY CATHERINE: Business Education, Home Ec0nomics!Service Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Represen- tative IENKINS, BRADLEY ALLEN: Industrial Arts IETER, ELIZABETH ANN ILIZI: Business Education, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, Service Club, Nurs- I66 ing Club, SAO Representative IOHNSON, JAMES LESLIE ILESJ: Aviation!Lettermen's Club, Intramural Sports, NFL, Golf, Cannon Agent IOHNSON, IAMES ROSCOE tllMl: Social Studies, Boys Concert Club IOHNSON, LINDA GALE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics!SAO Representative IOHNSON. MICHAEL LMIKEI: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Football IOHNSON, PATRICIA ANN IPATTIIZ Art, Foreign Lan- guage, Social Studies!lCT Club, Spanish Club, Service Club, SAO Representative IOHNSON, ROBERT DARRYL: Mathematics, Metal Trades, Science!Chemistry-Physis Club, Human Relations Commit- tee, History Club, Cross Country, Basketball IONES, BARBARA YVONNE: Business Education, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, GAA, Intramural Sports, Cannon Agent IONES, CARLIS IEAN: Home Economics, Social Studies! GAA, Intramurals, Music Club IONES, NATHANIEL: Art, Mathematics, Social Studies! Human Relations Committee, SAO Representative IONES, WILL ARTHUR: Building Trades. Mathematics, Social StudieslLettermen's Club, Football, Track, Wrestling IOURNEY, IOHN LEE: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Social Studies KEEFE, MARK IOSEPH: Art, Business, Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Photography Club, Speech Team, SAO Representative KEERS, BARBARA LEE: Science, Social StudieslTwirlers, SAO Representative KELLER, LINDA M.: Business Education, Mathematics, Social Studies!SAO Representative KENNEDY, DRUCILLA IEANZ Home Economics KERN, RICHARD DENNING: Drafting, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Concert Orchestra, String Ememble, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative KEY, MABLE S: Business Education, Social Studies!Twirlers, Majorettes, SAO Representative KIDD, BOB RAY: Social Studies!Chess Club, German Club, History Club KIMBERLY, TERRY LEE: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Cross Country, Track, SAO Representative KING, GARRY LEE: Electrical Trads KINNAMAN, PATRICK DEAN: Social Studies!Cr0ss Country. Track, Wrestling KIRBY, IOHN IKIRBYII Social StudieS!Football, Track KNIGHT, LILA LEE: Home Economis!Chess Club, Music Club, High School Red Cross Club, Cannon Agent, Cannon Yearbook Staff KREYLING, IOESPH GORDON: Social Studies KRUPICKA, LORETTA MAE: Home Economics, Social Studies!Service Club, Twirlers, Majorettes, SAO Represen- tative LACEY, KEVIN H.: Drafting, Foreign Language, Social Studies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Cross Country, Track, SAO Representative LAMB, GLENDA LEE: Foreign Language, Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies!SAO Representative LAMB, IANET YVONNE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics, Social Studies!Cannon Agent, SAO Representative LAMPKINS, IOHN L. UOHNNYI: Auto-Aviation, English LAWRENCE, ANNEDA: Home Economics LAWRENCE, IERRY E., IR.: English, Social Studies!Chess Club, Natural Science Club LAWSON, THERESA FRANCINE: English, Mathematics LEACH, EDWARD EUGENEIGINOI: English,Mathematics LEAVELL, SHIRLEY ANN: English, Home Economics. Social Studies!Girls Concert Club LEE, ALVIN, JR.: English, Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Key Club, Music Club, Lettermen's Club, Track, Cross Country, Speech Team, Cannon Agent LEE, PEGGY SUE: English, Business Education!High School Red Cross Club, SAO Representative LEE, RACHELLE ANNE: English, Foreign Language, Mathe- matits, Science, Social Studies!Music Club, High School Red Cross Club, ICL, Techoir, lunior Council, Concert Orchestra LEE, ROCHELLE ANNE: English, Foreign Language, Science, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Music Club, ROTC Officer, ROTC Sponsor, Concert Band, Techoir, SAO Representative LEWIS, JAMES EDWARD: English, Mathematics, Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Drama-Speech Club, Basketball, Football, Track LEWIS, RODNEY KAMPF iRODi: Foreign Language, Music, Social Studies!Music Club, Boys Octette, Concen Band, Techoir LIVERS, FRED L.: Auto-Aviation, Science!ICT Club LOHMAN, JOSEPH T.: Auto-Aviation LOUX, TERRY A.: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social SCience!Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Baseball, Foot- ball, Speech Team LOWHORN, ROY DENTON: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies LUCAS, BEULAH GAILI Social Studies LUTHER, CHARLES LEONARD! Social Studies LUTTRELL, GUY HENSON, JR.: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Tennis, Melodayres, Techoir MADDOX, WILLIAM DAVID: Metal Trades!Football, Wrestling MAHONE, MILDRED ROLEANA: Business Education, Social Studies!Music Club, High School Red Cross Club, Y-Teens, Girls Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Representative MALLORY, BETTY LOU: Science, Home Economics, Mathe- matics!Drama-Speech Club, Y-Teens MALONE, TERRY WAYNE: Social Studies!Service Club, XYZ Club, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team MARSDEN, RONNIE: Electrical Trades, Social Studies! ICT Club, Track MARSHALL, ALLEN L.: Drafting, Science MARTINDALE, MARGARET ANN: Business Education, Social Studies!Spanish Club, History Club, SAO Represen- tative MASSA, DAVID WAYNE: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Science, Social Studiesflntramural Spons, Service Club, Football, Cannon Weekly staff MASSINGALE, ERNEST RAY lERNlEJt Building TradeS MATHES, JOE TYSON: Business Education, Mathematics! ROTC Drill Team, Wrestling MAXWELL, JAMES F. UIMJ: Auto Mechanic MAYES, ROGER D.: Auto Mechanics!Cannon Agent McANDREWS, ANNA CECELIA: Social Studies!Dfama- Speech Club, NFL, History Club, Speech Team MCATEE, BECKY J.: Home Economics, Social Studies MCCAMMON, BILL A.: Electrical Trades, Science McCLAlN, ROBERT BRYAN: Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club, Lettermen's Club, Tennis, Wrestling, SAO Repre- sentative McCLUNG, EVERETT QUINCY: Electrical Trades, Mathe- matic!Cannon Agent, Track MCCOLLY, SHELIA D.: Business Education, Mathematics, Social Studies!FTA, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative MCCURRY, HANNAH CAROL:' Business Education, Home Economics!Euture Nurses Club, Drama Club, SAO Repre- sentative MCDANIEL, MICHAEL lMIKEl: Social Studies!Concert Band MCDONALD, WILLIAM H.: Mathematics, Prlnting, Me- chanics, Social Studies!Cross Country, Track, Boys Concert Club McGEE, NANCY L.: Business Education, Home Economics! GAA, Cannon Agent MCGRAW, HENRY C.: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies!Let- termen's Club, Football, Basketball, SAO Representative MCGUIRE, REGINALD: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies MCINTOSH, SHARON MARIE: Social Studies!Music Club, High School Red Cross Club, Techoir, Girls Concen Club MCKEEHAN, JOHN W.: Art!Photography Club MCMAHON, MICHAEL K. IMIKEI: Social Sludies!Wres- tling MCMILLIAN, HUBERT MARCUS: Auto-Aviati0n!lntra- mural Sports, Basketball, Track MCWHIRTER, EVELYN C.:SAO Representative MEADOR, JOANN iEICHMILLERJ: Home Economic MEANS, KATHY: -Business Education, Social Studies MEDCALF, ROBERT WALTER lBOBi: Printingfliey Club, Baseball, Football, Cannon Agent MEDLEY, BERTHA MAE: Business Education, Social Studies!Cannon Agent, SAO Representative MEDLIN, SHARON KSHERRYDZ Social Studies MEDLOCK, CHERYL LYNN: Business Education, Social Studies!High School Red Cross Club, Girls Concert Club, Techoir, Junior Council, SAO Representative MENDEZ, SANDRA SUE lSANDYl: Business Education, Social Studies MICHAEL, CAROLYN MARIE: Art, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Cannon Yearbook Staff MILLER, JAMES CURTIS UIMJ: Auto Body, Science MILLIKEN, LILLIAN KAY: Business Education!SAO Repre- sentative lAltJ MIMMS, HOWARD: Art MITCHELL, CAROL SUE: Art, Business Education MITCHELL, DAVID EDWARD: Mathematics, Printing, Social Studiesflntramural Sports, Lettermen's Club, Bas- ketball MOCK, CATHY JANE: Home Economics MONDAY, SHIRLEY ANN: Social Studies!Debate Team, SAO Representative MONROE, SUZANNE ISUSIEJ: Business Education, Social Studies!Cannon Agent MONROE, THOMAS L.: Auto Body!Concert Orchestra MONTGOMERY, JOHN LESLIE: Business Education, Indus- trial Arts, Social Studies MOORE, KATHLEEN ANN CKATHYJ: Foreign Language MOORE, VICKI MARIE: Social Studies!Music Club, Cheer- block MORGAN, LINDA RUTH: Home Economics, Social Studies MORGAN. MARY ELLEN: Mathematic, Science!Natural Science Club, Spanish Club, Cannon Weekly Staff MORRIS, DONNA MARIE: Home Economics MOTLOW, DARLENE: Busincs Education, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies MUMFORD, KATHLEEN: Home Economic, Social Studies! Future Nurses Club MUNN, BERNARD: Electrical Trades!Radio Club MURPHY, LARRY FREDRICK: Music, Social Studies NAHAS, BRADLEY EVAN: Music!Service Club, ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team NML, CARY R.: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Science! Intramural Sports, Service Club, Radio Club, Cross Country, Basketball,Track NEAL, JUDITH ANN: Business Education, Soclal Studies! SAO Representative NEAL LINDA FAYE: Business Education, Social Studies NEWELL, LETITIA SUE: Business Education!Music Club, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Representative NEWKIRK, DEBORAH: Mathematic, Social Studies!Con- cert Band, SAO Representative NEWTON, PATRICIA S.: Business Education,Social Studies NOLTE, JAMES M.: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies! Chess Club, Chemistry-Physics Club NOOE, DANNY M.: Mathematic, Social Studies!Basket- ball OATES, CORNELIA L. lCONNIEi: Foreign Language, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Music Club, NFL, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Executive Board, Techoir, Junior Council, Speech Team, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Repmsentative OFFICER, WILLA MAE: Business Educatic-n!Music!Concert Orchestra, Girls Concert Club O'GARA, BARBARA KAY OGLE, BARBARA J.: Science, Social Studies!Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon Yearbook Staff, SAO Representative O'NEAL, REGINA: Home Economics OWEN, GARY ROBERT: Electrical Trades!Drama-Speech Club, FTA, Key Club, Baseball, Basketball, Football OWENS, CHARLES: Mathematic, Metal Trades OWENS, JAMES EDWARD: BuildingT1adeS OWENS, SHURDEN, JR.: Auto-Aviation!Natural Science Club PALMER, JUDITH ANN: Home Economic PARISH, CINDY G.: Home Economics!GAA, History Club, Y-Teens PARKER, toe PARKEY, LARRY EUGENE: Mathematics!Concen Band, Concert Orchestra PARKS, RODNEY STEWARD: Business Education, Mathe- matics, Science, Social Studiesfliasketball PARNELL, ANNETTA L.: Home Economics!Drama-Speech Club, Service Club, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Weekly Staff PARR, DENISE: Business Education, Mathematic, Science, I67 Social Studies PARRISH, SONIA LAVON: Home Economics, Social Studies!GAA, Y-Teens PARRISH, THOMAS ELLIS: Auto-Aviation PARSLEY, ROY EDWARD: Building Trades, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club, History Club PEPPLER, JOYCE LEE: Home Econorriics!SAO Representa- tive PERDUE, JAMES FRANKLIN: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies PERDUE, SHARON MARGUERITE: Business Education, Social Studies!SAO Representative PERKINS, DEBORAH ELAINE: Art!Art Club, GAA, History Club, Girls Concert Club PERRY, DENNIS JAMES: Social Studies PETERMAN, ELAINE SUE: Business Education, Social Studies!Band Drill, Twirlers, Majcrettes PETERS, LARRY VINSON: Mathematics, Social Studies! Quill and Scroll, Key Club, Baseball, Cannon Weekly Staff, Junior Council PETERSON, LARRY CONRAD: Social Studies PETRO, BONNIE KAY: Business Education PHILLIPS, KENNETH lKENJ: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Football, Golf, Boys Concert Club PHILLIPS, LEON H.: Mathematics, Printing PICOT, JOHN W.: Foreign Language, Social Studies PINSON, MICHAEL ANTHONY: Foreign Language, Mathe- matics, Science, Social 5tudies!Key Club POLIN, CHARLES EDWARD, IR.: Building Trades!Baseball, Wrestling POLLY, EDNA: Business Education,Science POPE, REGENIA: Business Education,Social Studies PORTER, GREGORY ALLEN lGREGi: Science, Social Stud- ies!Drama-Speech Club, NFL, Speech Team PORTERICKER, SIDNEY, JR.: Auto-Aviation POYNTER, VICKI LYNN: Business Education!ICT Club, Cannon Agent PRATT, CHRISTOPHER ALLEN ICRISJ: Mathematics PREWITT, CHARLES NATHAN: Printing!Printing Club PRICE, BRENDA PEARL: Busincs Education, Social Studies PRICE, MICHAEL ANTHONY lMIKEJ: Mathematics, Foreign Language, Social Studic!Cross Country, Football, Track, Wrestling, Cannon Yearbook Staff, SAO Representative PROFFITT, LINDA SUE: Foreign Language, Social Studies! Melodayres, Techoir ' PRYOR, IRA LEE: Business Education,Social Studies PRYOR, WILLIAM DENNIS: Science, Boys Concert Club QUINTANA, TOMAS lTOMl: Building Trades!Spanish Club, Track RABADI, JERIES SALIM: Foreign Language, Mathematics! Intramural Sports, Natural Science Club, Service Club, Bas- ketball, ROTC Drill Team, Junior Council RACKLEY, VIOLET A.: Home Economics!History Club, Music Club, Service Club RAINEY, GERALDINE: Business Education!Y-Teens RAKER, VICKI: Home Economics, Social Studies!French Club, Service Club, SAO Representative RAMSEY, JANICE UANJ: Business Education, Muslc!Girls Concert Club, Cannon Agent RAND, RICHARD LEE: Electrical Trades, Science!Science Club RANDOLPH, DONALD EUGENE: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies REES, GARY STEPHEN: Auto-Aviation REEVES, PATSY ANN: Business Education, Home Econom- ics, Mathematics, Music, Science, Social Studies!GAA, Girls Concert Club, Cannon Weekly Staff RENFRO, LINDA RAE: Home Economics, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies RESSINGER, CATHY JOAN: Mathematic, Social Studies! FTA, High School Red Cross Club REYNOLDS, MARK DOUGLAS: Mathematic, Science, SocialStudies REYNOLDS, MARY ELISABETH: Home Economic!Girls Concert Club REYNOLDS, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR. KBILLI: Art, Music! Concert Band, Concert Orchestra RHODES, HELEN: Home Economics!Y-Teens, Track RHODES, WANDA YVETTE: Business Education!Drama- Class of 1969 Speech Club, Music Club, Girls Concert Club, Speech Team RICHARDSON, ROWLAND EUGENE: Auto-Aviation!Let- termen's Club, Basketball, Football RINEHART, RICHARD KINNEY IRICKI: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies RIVERS, IAMES OTIS: Electrical Trades ROACH, KENNETH RAY IKENIZ Social Studies ROARK, RAYMOND EDWARD KRICKI: Mathematics, Printing!Lettermen's Club, Printing Club, Baseball, Basket- ball ROBBINS, RONALD ALLEN IRONI: Foreign Language, Social Studies ROBERTS, ALLAN HOWARD: Foreign Language, Social Studies!German Club, History Club, Key Club ROBERTS, BEVERLY IEAN: Social Studies!FTA ROBERTS, NORMAN LEE: Auto-Aviation ROBERTSON, ROSEMARY ALICE IROSEIC Art, Social Studies!Debate Team ROBINSON, GREGORY LEROY IGREGIZ Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Social Studies!Cannon Agent, SAO Represen- tative ROBINSON, JOHNNY: Social Studies!ICT Club, History Club, Printing Club ROBINSON, ROSEMARY SUE: Music!GirIs Concert Club, SAO Representative, Track RODDY, DEBORA L. IDEBBIEI: Social Studies!QuilI and Scroll, Service Club, Techoir, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Executive Board RODGERS, DEBRAH LYNN IDEBBIEI: Business Education, Home Economics!SAO Representative ROGERS, SAMUEL C.: Auto-Aviation RONEY, DONITA ELAINE: Art, Business Education, Home Economics ROSE, SUE ELLA: Home Economics, Music!Girls Concert Club ROSS, KAREN SUE: Home Economics, Science, Social Studies ROSS, WENDY COLLEEN: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies ROTHROCK, ROSEANN MARIE: Home Economics, Science, Social Studies!Service Club ROUTH, MICHAEL THOMAS IMIKEI: Auto-Aviation, Cannon Agent ROWING, PAULA MARIE: Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, ICL, SAO Representative ROWLEY, WALTER W,: Auto-Aviation, ROTC Officer RUBY, CARMEN MARIE: Home Economics RUPERT, SUSAN: Foreign Language, Social Studies!Service Club, ICL, High School Red Cross Club, Concert Orchestra, SAO Representative RUSH, LINDA ANN: Business Education, Social Studies! Concen Orchestra RUSSELL, SANDRA KAY: Business Education, Social Studies!SAO Representative SANDERS, GARY EUGENE: Business Education, Mathe- matics, Physical Education, Social Studies!Key Club, Letter- men's Club, Football, Basketball SANDERS, SHARON ANN: Home Economics, Social Studiesfif-Teens SARGENT, RICHARD GLEN: Electrical Trades SATTERTHWAITE, ROBERT DEAN: Metal Trades, Science SAYLES, MARCIA IEAN: Maiorettes, SAO Representative, Human Relations Committee SCHNEIDER, TIMOTHY PARTICK CTIMI: Art, Social Studies, Human Relations Committee, Lettermen's Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Basketball, Melodayres, Techoir, SAO Executive Board SCHULTZ, KENNETH LEE: Drafting, Mathematics!ROTC Officer, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Drill Team SCOTT, ALMA LEE: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, GAA, SAO Representa- tive SCOTT, CLIFTON GENE: Auto-Aviation, Mathematics, Social Studies!German Club, Key Club, Music Club, SAO Executive Board, Boys Octette, Techoir, Cross Country SCOTT, IANET SUE: Business Education, Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club, Majorettes, SAO Representa- tive, Cannon Agent SCOTT, PAULA RUBY: Music, Social Studies!Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble, Techoir ' SEARS, LINDA CHARLENE: Art, Social Studies!Drama- Speech Club, GAA, Photography Club, Speech Team, SAO Representative SHINGLETON, ELIZABETH IBETHI: Home Economics SHIVES, DAVID EDWARD SIEFERT, FREDERICK IAMES lFREDl: Art, Social Studies! Photography Club, Radio Club, Spanish Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff SIEFERT, THOMAS WILLIAM ITOMIZ Electrical Trades, Social Studi5!Radio Club, Photography Club, Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative SLUDER, RICHARD LEE: Auto-Aviation!Service Club, ROTC Flag Detail, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative SMITH, BLAINE HUELAND ISCHMITTEIZ Social Studies! German Club, History Club, Natural Science Club, Football SMITH, DAVID SCOTT: Business Education, Social Studies!French Club, Quill and Scroll, Service Club, Boys Concert Club, Techoir, Cannon Weekly Staff SMITH, KENNETH IKENJ: Art, Science, Social Studies SMITH, PATRICIA ANN IPATTYJ: Home Economics, Social Studies SMITH, RICKEY: Electronics SMITH, ROBERT LLOYD: Printing!Printing Club SMITH, RONALD ALBERT IRONI: Cabinet Making SMITH, SHELIA A.: Business Education, Social Studies SMITH STELLA RUTH: Home Economics, Social Studies! GAA, High School Red Cross Club, Y-Teens, SAO Repre- sentative SMITH, WILLIE C. IWILLI: Electrical Trades, Social Studies! Cannon Agent SMITH, WILLIE GENE: Social Studies SMITH, YVONNE ANN: Home Economics SMOCK, DEBRA IEAN: Mathematics, Social Studies SNIDER, RICHARD W. IRICKEYI: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies SNYDER, NORMA DARLENE: Mathematics, Social Studies SOUBEIH, WYDAH L IWOODIEIZ Social Studies SPAW, KAREN: Home Economics, Social Studies!Service Club, Lettermen's Club, Cheerleaders, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, SAO Executive Board, lunior Torchbearer SPEECE, STEPHEN: Electrical Trades SPENCER, MICHAEL: Home Economics, Science!ICT Club SPRAGUE, SHIRLEY: Business Education, Home Economics !ICl' Club SPRAGUE, STEVEN D. ISTEVEI: Printing!Printing Club, Chess Club, Radio Club SPRINKLE, SUE ANN: Business Education, Social Studies! Techoir, Girls Concert Club SPURR, IAMES: Carpentry STAFFORD, LINDA ANNA: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!NaturaI Science Club, FTA, Concert Orchestra, Cannon Agent STANFIELD, SANDRA IO: Art, Foreign Language, Social Studies!Spanish Club, ICT Club, Concert Band, SAO Representative STANTON, PAMELA IEAN IPAMD: Home Economics STARK, BEN A.: MetaITrades STEFFEY, JERRY LEE: Carpentry!ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team, ROTC Rifle Team, ROTC Color Guard STEINER, EDGAR A. IEDI ST'EPP, PAULA I.: Business Education, Home Economics! NFL, Speech Team, SAO Representative, Cannon Agent STEWART, ELEANER IEANNE IELLIEI: Social Studies! Cannon Yearbook Staff, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative STEWART, RICHARD EARL: Art STEWART, WALTER LEWIS: Home Economics, Social Studies!SAO Representative STTGLER, LEMUL: Electrical Trades, Mathematics, Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Wrestling STOCKTON, BETTY: Business Education, Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, Prayer Circle, SAO Representative STOKES, LINDA MARIA: Home Economics, Science, Social Studies!Service Club, Y-Teens, Cannon Agent, SAO l68 Representative STOLT'Z, LARRY ALLEN: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Melodayres, Techoir, SAO Representative STOMM, DEBORAH SUE: Home Economics!SAO Repre- sentative STOMM, RICHARD: Business Education STREET, PHILLIP STANLEY: Business Education, History Clubflntrarnural Spons, Music Club, Cross Country, Track, Boys Concert Club, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative STRONG, TERESA KAY: Foreign Language, Social Studies! High School Red Cross Club, SAO Representative STRUBBE, IOHN ALLEN: Drafting, Mathematics, Social Studies!Lettermen's Club, Football, Cannon Agent Cannon SUGGS, GARY: Building Trades, Social Studies!SAO Representative IAlt.l SUHRE, RAYMOND DALE: Auto-Aviation!SAO Represen- tative SWANIGAN, IANICE MARIE: Business Education, Home Economics SWEENEY, KENT: Mathematics, Drafting!Key Club, Con- cert Band, Orchestra, Boys Octette TAGUE, REBECCA ANNE: Art,Social Studies TAYLOR, BILLY IAMES: Electrical Trades, Social Studies! Basketball, Football, Boys Concert Club TAYLOR, CAROLYN: Business Education, Home Economics TAYLOR, CHARLES EDWARD: Science, Social Studies! Track, Wrestling, SAO Representative TAYLOR, ELAINE: Home Economics, Music!GAA, Girls Concert Club, SAO Representative TAYLOR, RONALD DEAN: Auto Body TEDROW, PHYLLIS IUNE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics!Cannon Agent TERRY, LEONARD ARTHUR: Auto-Body TERRY, PAUL ERNEST: Art, Music, Social Studies!Photog- raphy Club, Concert Band, Concert Orchestra THARP, KATHY LYN: Business Education, Social Studies! Girls Concert Club THIRY, BEVERLY GERALDINE: Business Education, Social Studies THOMAS, CONNIE IEAN: Business Education, Social Studies!Service Club, Music Club THOMAS, LARRY: Social Studies THOMAS, PEGGY IOYCE: Home Economics, Social Studies THOMAS, RUTH SHERRELL IRUTHIEJ: Business Educa- tion, Home Economics THOMAS, SHERRY MARIE: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studies!Cannon Agent, SAO Representa- tive THOMPSON, DARLENE ANN: Art, Social Studies THOMPSON, HAROLD ALLAN: Electrical Trades, Mathe- matic, Science, Social Studies THOMPSON, IOHN DAVID: Social Studies THOMPSON, STEVEN GUY: Mathematics, Social Studies! Key Club, Techoir, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative TILFORD, IOHN MICHAEL: Building Trades!ROTC Officers Club, ROTC Drill Team TODD, IAMES HENRY: Social Studies TOMESCU, KRISTINE: Mathematics, Social Studies, Busi- nas Education!SAO Executive Board, High School Red Cross Club, Boys Octette, French Club, Music Club TOWLER, LINDA M.: Art, Mathematics, Social Studies!Art Club, Service Club, Cheerblock, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative TRAMELL, ROBERT LEE: Business Education!Art Club, Cannon Agent TRENT, TERESA MAY: Foreign Language, Social Studies TRIBBY, FRED L.: Printing T'RIMMER, VURL C.: Electrical Trades!Natural Science Club TUCHER, THOMAS MICHAEL ITOMMYI: MetalTrades TURNER, GEORGE: Social Studies TURNER, WINFRED LEE: Electrical Trades!Natural Science Club TYLER, FANNIE VIRGINIA: Home Economics, Social Studies!GAA VAN CLEAVE, VERONICA: Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies VANDERMARK, KATHY MARCELLA: Home Economics, Nlathematics, Social Studies!SAO Representative VAUGHN, FRANK THOMAS: Social Studies!FootbaII VAUGHN, GEORGE EDWARD, IR.: Electrical Trades, Science, Social Studies!ROTC Officer, ROTC Drill Team VAUGHN, REBECCA KIM: Foreign Language. Mathematics, Music, Social Studies!Prayer Circle, French Club, Concert Orchestra, String Ensemble, SAO Representative VEEGH, ZOLTAN MIKE: Drafting, Foreign Language, Mathe- matics, Social Studies!Key Club, German Club, High School Red Cross Club, Football, Wrestling VESTAL, WILLIAM ROBERT: Mathematics, Social Studies VOLSTAD, KATHRYN HARRIET: Social Studies!MusiC Club, Drama-Speech Club, Girls Ensemble, Techoir, Girls Concert Club WADE, CARL: Social Studies, Auto-Aviation WADE, SYLVIA ANN: Business Education, Social Studies! Drama-Speech Club, History Club, GAA, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Representative WALKER, BYRON IILES: Electrical Trades, Social Studies WALKER, IRVING MAURICE: Auto-Aviation WALKER, RANDEL LEE: Electrical Trades!NFL, Drama- Speech Club, Intramural Sports, Speech Team, Basketball, Cannon Agent, SAO Representative WALKER, SAMMIE LEE: Building Trades, Mathematics, Social Studies!Chess Club WALKER, VERA VANISE: Business Education, Home Eco- nomics WALTER, WILLIAM H. lBILLi: Mathematics, Social Studies WAND, TIMOTHY ITIMI: Foreign Language, Mathematis, Science, Social Studies! Chemistry-Physics Club, Quill and Scroll, Prayer Circle, Boys Octette, Techoir, Cannon Yearbook Staff WARREN, DIANA LYNN: Business Education, Social Studies!Service Club, SAO Representative WARREN, VIRGIL C.: Building Trades, Drafting, Science, Social Studies WEBSTER, BRENDA A.: Business Education, Home Econom- ics, Mathematics, Social Studies!GAA, Service Club, Y- Teens, SAO Representative WEBSTER, IOHN HOBART: Social Studies!Football, Con- cert Band WEILHAMMER, LINDA FRANCES: Home Economics, Social Studies!Spanish Club, SAO Representative WELCH, GEORGE FRANK: Mathematics, Science WELLS, LARRY DOUGLAS: Electrical Trades!Chess Club, Radio Club WELTER, WALTER WAYNE lWALLYlt Drafting, Social Studies!Basketball, Football WETHERELL, KAREN A.: Home Economics, Mathematics, Social Studies!FTA, Natural Science Club, Concert Orches- tra, Cannon Weekly Staff, Cannon Yearbook Staff WHALEY, STEVEN ALAN KSTEVEI: Mathematics, Music! Key Club, Boys Concert Club, Techoir, SAO Representative WHITE, DAVID: Metal Trades, SAO Representative WHOBREY, EDITH IOYCE: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studies!SAO Representative WILEY, IUDY CATHERIA: Home Economics!Y-Teens, Cannon Agent WILKERSON, THOMAS LOYDD ITOMI1 Electrical Trades, Social Studies!History Club, Football WILLIAMS, FAYE ESTELLA: Social Studies!Concert Or- chestra, String Ensemble WILKS, ANETTA LUCILLE: Mathematics, Social Studies WILLIAMS, FRANK WESLEY: Business Education WILLIAMS, HERBERT: Building Trades!Boys Concert Club, Techoir WILLIAMS, IACK EUGENE: Auto-Aviation WILLIAMS, KEITH ALAN: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Chemistry-Physics Club, Cannon Yearbook Staff WILLIAMS, KERRY SCOTT: MetalTrades WILLIAMS, LLOYD THOMAS: SCience!ROTC Officer WILLIAMS, MICHAEL BERNARD: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Baseball, SAO Representative WILLIAMS, NORMA IEAN: Business Education, Home Economics, Social Studies!Cannon Agent WILLIAMS, WILLIE CLASPER. IR.: Building Trades WILLS, PATRICIA ANN REBECCA IPATTYJZ Art, Business Education, Home Economics, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!SAO Representative WILSON, IAMES LEE: Art I69 WILSON, PATRICIA LYNN IPATTYI: Mathematics, Social Studies!Service Club, Spanish Club, SAO Representative, Track WILSON, TERESA LYNN LTERRIJ: Home Economics! Intramural Sports, Majorettes, Track WINBURN, EARLENE KAY: Home Economics WINGO, LARRY DEMP: Building Trades, Mathematics, Science!Cannon Agent WOODCOCK, DWIGHT EUGENE: Business Education, Social Studies wooos, stem-:EN Kmav trum: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies!Human Relations Committee, Lettermen's Club, Football, Track, Iunior Coun- cil, SAO Representative WRIGHT, ELIZABETH ANNE lLIBBYI: Music, Social Studies! ICL, Music Club, Quill and Scroll, Melodayres, Techoir, SAO Executive Board WRIGHT, FRED CARL: Printing, Social Studies!History Club, PrintingClub WRIGHT, GARY ALAN: Mathematics, Social Studies!NFL, Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Speech Team, Cannon Weekly Staff, SAO Representative . WRIGHT, LARRY HAROLD: Art,Social Studies WYATT, MICHAEL LEE IMIKEJ: Auto-Aviation, Social Studies WYATT, WESTY IEAN: Business Education, Home Econom- ics!GAA, Service Club, Y-Teens, SAO Representative WYCOFF, BARBARA SUE: Home Economics!School Ser- vice WYRICK, DONNA KAY: Home Economics WYTHE, PATRICIA LUCILLE IPATTII: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Social Studies!Drama-Speech Club, Spanish Club, Thespians, Techoir, Cannon Yearbook Staff, SAO Representative YARRELL, LINDA KAY: Home Economics YENSEL, CONNIE GAIL: Business Education, Social Studies ZAVADA, DENNIS CLAY: Auto-Aviation ZUPAN, LINDA IO: Business Education, Social Studies! 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Greenfield Come in and chat awhile . . . you'll soon find that Central Business College is the place to go for almost any kind of business education. Central Business College The Indiana Business College of Indianapolis 802 N. Meridian Street 634-8337 C. T. Butz, CCPAJ Pres. J. L. Basey, CCPAQ Prin. Come on outa-You'll come out better ifyou do. Pontiacs and Chevrolets 11820 Pendleton Pike Oaklandon, Indiana Come in and save a little, or a lot. Daily compounding on all savings, up to 6.38'Za interest on savings certilicates. Shelby Street Federal Savings and Loan 1525 Shelby FRENCHHS' STANDARD 441 EastOhio Ford's Barber and Beauty Shop "The Family place to stop." Grinstein er 635-0934 3205 East Tenth Street Funeral Hom e D OG H 0 USE RESTAURANT " , 1, 1 I ' A-5 Thoughtful Service, "Hot Dogs of 10 Varieties" X K 2407 North Sherman Drive I' f .h Gl'aCi0US Alm05Phefe f a ' r ,Vx ,X X - Mk pf' U 1601 East New York VERA 'S MA RKET """" 6326374 2106 East Tenth Street 632-5191 Compliments of Joe, Morris and Harry , EM-ROE SPORTING NIGGLS FLORAL G 0005 Nahmais SER VICE 209 West Washington Street Equipment for hunting and fishing and most other sports. 2522 Station Street 546-5911 or 546-5125 Any way you look at it, Stokely has 'em beat! m Stokely Van Camp Canned vegetables, fruit, fruit juices and drinks. At the neighborhood grocer nearest you. Discreet Techites know that Sportsman's is The Place to Go. Coke... The one you never get tired of SPOR TSMA N'S CLEA NER 15 North State Street 631-8232 The one that lasts Coke after coke after coke The hit ofthe Mardi Gras Come on and have a coke. HA VEA K2 4 Fine furniture and all the accessories to complete the decor ofyour home. RICHARD BENNETT FURNITURE INC. 5804 East Washington Street liittiiifiil RCA is a Hoosier institution, too! For all your banking needs, Supplying professional and come to us for complete, amateur alike, we have stereo reliable service. tape, stereo phono, CB, Ham, and many other components A . F. N. B. Ondismays Van Sickle Radio Supply A Full-Service Bank American Fletcher National Bank 2l22 East Tenth Street 41 31 North Keystone Original Mambo Sauce Shoulder Chicken Ribs Hot Links Haitian Ham Pigs Feet Side Dishes ZEB'S BAR-B-Q 38th Street at Keystone Call 923-0920 for Carry-Out ART'S DR UG STORE LJ SZIZQZST 303'-9 '66' . ER VI E TA TI ON 2502 Simon Street 1428 East Washington Street S C S Call: 546.6313 "We have the carjust for you." 430 North Alabama For 'Professional Perfection' in Hair Styling When you're in the market for a place to buy, Come on down to .lack's place, and give us a try. Manicuring - 0' , Hours: 7 till 7 Eye-brow Arching BREAD Mgnday thru - 1 I 'QU ASTR J ackze s Beauty Salon Sawfday 2508 North Hillside , Jac k s M czrket Tuesday, thru Saturday 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. Please call 923-0944 for appointment t 136 East Ninth Street 637-4684 Come to Walt's where you'll find a Your neighborhood full-service service station. wide selection of foods and brands along with friendly, courteous service. SHELL t X f W A i t A if SUPER MARKETS Members ofthe "500" Supermarket Club 1845'East Michigan Street 637-0055 9 Friendly, Convenient Locations Around Town The best place to stop . . . for an after school snack. Get out of the Rut, Come to the Hut For the Sharpest Clothes in town C OH E N BROTHERS - ure-,,,-iLg,!6f7 , iw .Kg 1231 and ' ' 'J "ui KLEIN'S QUALITY FLO WERS 2213 East Tenth street 638-1122 HASSE'S BAKER Y "Baked goods of Distinction" 3316 East Tenth Street 638-5861 3712 East 25th 25th off Sherman Drive Inside and outside dining. Complete carry-out service. K Two locations . . . di K BARBER SHOP 3762 North Emerson 546-9969 Tenth Street at Emerson 5255 Southeastern 546-7706 , , 1 , ' , 1 , , GOLDEN IMPER IA L, INC. 50323 2352352eglggjfuyoufafgiggjjj, BETTIS A ND D UKE S Gasoline and on hood store for over 75 years. CLEA 1640 East washington street A R MIN GRA UL 1710 East Tenth street HA RD WA RE eamsss 2506 Martindale Avenue 6387706 Industrial Commercial Domestic Quality Material Gardner Electric Company, Inc. 2313 East Michigan Street First-Class Workmanship K Jw 3? Ll W - I IS 638-5532 'still MB IBIIIIFSII me supplies 71 THE TECH For the Best in Dairy Products BQQKS TORE X1 1 M aplehurst Farms QPCH ff0m 3 H114 Bw A I . 1n the basement of ,I 3745 Farnsworth Street Ind1anapol1s, Ind1ana the Arsenal. f Porter College Ojjfers Deferred Tuiliorz Loans Loan Made Directly to Student-Not Parents Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Business Schools S' if o RTE R e T' OLLEGE MAXIMUM JOB OPPORTUNITY CAREER COURSES FOR YOUNG WOMEN N! Executive Secretarial N! IBM Business Machines FOR YOUNG MEN N! Business Administration W! Transportation-Management V IBM Computer-Programming C360 Computer on Locationl 48 MONUMENT CIRCLE 0 INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 46204 o Phone, 639-2505 -Qlekx FOUR COLLEGES IN INDIANAPOLIS l'I C 1, ' Easy Budget Terms I , ' 'Day and Night Classes 4-lli 'Free Placement Service :Beauty 67012233 'Dormitory for Out-of-Town Students EN ROLL NOW: Become a Licensed Beautician and Stylist 6901 East Washington Street 2728 South Madison Avenue 359-5339 786-2208 6I69 North College Avenue 21 North Lynhurst Drive 251-9269 24 I -93 68 ' 7 You re in the Pepsi Generation! Three Cheers F or Tech! I ' H.. Max Galloway Studios 20 East 14th Street The Official Photographer for the l9694 Senior Class and the 1969 Arsenal Cannon The Tech Alumni Association says Corzgralulatiorzs, Class 0f1969! I A hx Annual Reunion held each year . . . 675 ,Ak 50th and 25th Anniversary Classes are K ba - honored-Are you a member? DEA RBORN G YM "A Glance Around the World" BENQS' BA RBER SHOP , , CARA VAN IMPORTS 3208 East Michigan Street GIFT 4304 East New York Street 638 4860 2209 Easggtgigggian Street 357-0588 Charles L. Walker Dry Cleaners CARTER 'S GULF STA TION Charles B. Campbell, Realtor 1841 East 46th Street 1344 East Tenth Street ll37 North Layman Street Phone: 251-9481 632 0791 C ll 356 9555 Good Sandwiches-Fountain x Cgmpliments gf Complete Meals ...Qi Booths and Tables For Party Groups D C! fy 9011 EFS Bradley 9 d . d d Barbecue - - In ustrlal Laiun erers an Restaurant 1 Dry C eaners I 1251 Roosevelt Avenue 3840 East Washington Street J u A y lttt A fixfif :ir X alntmg an is r Decorating A N '-:F COl'ltI'21CllOI' 1 A Flgwefg for C96 4825 East all occasions U --,-- X 34th Street 2401 West Washington Street 1-I Q Q 5466130 can 637-3525 for flowers The best in TV and Cars Travel Trailers appliances . . . RCA Trucks Campers Victor, Dumont and New And Used GODWIN AND SONS TRAVEL TOWN Zenith. A full service department too! LANE RADIO ' AND TV The Stores That Service Builtn 7027 Pendleton Pike 547-3559 "You get a good one from Godwin everytimef' RA LPH'S GARA GE 4401 East Michigan Street 356-3734 RALPH'S SUNOCO SER VICE STA TION 1203 Brookside Shoes for the entire family. 2828 E tT h St t Phone: 639-9824 Martin's Shoes as ent TCC , Compliments of Nikki, Carol, and Brightwooa' Beauty Shop Terry - -- Tee-Kay Flower Shop 3618 East 25th Street CLARINET TR10 1401 North Olney Street Call 546-2835 . . . in memory of our beloved 638-4264 Rossie-Baby. Stores Ten, Eleven and Twelve . . . "Preston 's, where customers send their friends. " Audio Rentals Tape Recorders P.A. Systems Sound Projectors Leon's TVSales di Come on over and pick from the Sharpest styles in town. Harry Levinson Shops Styles by: Campus-Levis-Farah Downtown, Corner of Illinois 84 Market Ren tal , Glendale Greenwood Eastgate 4622 East Tenth St. 357-8392 .,And in this ring Pocket Billiards 6, I we have the 'f' Fun fm' the unique design of i - - Tech High School, I ' entire famlly designed and produced M rg CQ b . y N iv h M iss F A Herjjflones UV CU? -I T 5612 East Washington 353-1561 . J .EHZ.ER'.S' Comphmems of " . . .g- Wholesale Food Go., lno. afrlend' 2340 East Tenth Street l i Serving Indianapolis with quality, precision drafting and surveying equipment-a complete line for amateurs and professionals alike. Indianapolis Blueprint ana' Lithograph, Inc. 600 East ohio 6324466 2419 East 56th 253-1654 Earl's Car Wash . For the Best in Meat. . . Shop at Shorty's Fairway 2117 West Tenth Call 635-2803 WickliHC1eaners 802 North Delaware Can: 634-9271 Crown Laundry da' Market' Guaranteed Mulhern 's Standard Service Dry Cleaners Satisfaction. 290l East Washington , l West mth Street Phone: 637-3331 S110 fly S Phone 635-0568 Fairway Triangle Printing Company Market Frog Pond Restaurant 4004 Madisfm Avenue Roosevelt Avenue 9590 North Michigan Road can 786-3488 636-7104 can 291-3204 , em- 5' lm! Tm' -'His 'mn- CAN VENDER HIE . . YUUH THIHSTAWAY! Sure colas are good . . . but there's more to being a soft drink than just being a cola. 7UP has everything a cola's got and more besides. Fresh, clean taste. No aftertaste. Next time you get an urge for a cola make it the Uncola . . . 7UP. The U Uncola Congratulations Class of 1969 Landes Cap and Gown Division of Oak Hall 1210 North Pennsylvania Graduation caps and gowns for your school or college. Charley's Sunoco Service 4404 East Tenth Phone: 357-0726 Topklndex Acknowledgements 190,191 AlIison's Powerama tSee Powerama! American Legion 86 American Yearbook Co. 103 Arsenal Cannon 100,101,102, 103,129 Art Club 112 Art Department 7,25 "Art in Religion" 112 Athletics 129 Audio-Visual Department 132 Auto Trades 42,43 Aviation 42,43 Band 24,8,72,73 Barracks, 50 Baseball, Varsity and Reserve 56 Basketball, Freshman 6 Basketball, Reserve 66 Basketball, Varsity 64,65 Bell Choir 'l3,80,81 Bethlehem Lutheran Church 112 Biology Department 30,31 Bookstore 11,133 Boys Concert Club 85 Boys Octette 86,87 Building Trades Department 38,39 Buildings and Grounds 129 Business Education Department 34,35 Butler University 110,113 Cafeteria 134 Cannon Alumni 101 Cannon Weekly 100,101 ,129,149 Cannon Yea ook 102,103 Cap and Gown Committee 146 Cheerleaders 8 Cheerleaders, Freshman 79 Cheerleaders, Reserve 78,79 Cheerleaders, Varsity 76,77 Chemistry 28 Chemistry-Physics Club 110 Chess Club 13,90,91 Choir iSee Techoirl Cincinnati Zoo 110 Clowes Hall 112 Colors Committee 143 Columbus Invitational 59 Commencement Committee 154 Commercial Foods Class 9,10 Concert Orchestra lSee Orchestral Coney Island Amusement Park 110 Convocation Committee 151 Cosmetology 32 Counselors 130-132 Cross Country 59 Culinary Arts Show 10 Custodians 135 Dance Band 80 Dean of Boys 130,131 Dean of Girls 131 Debate Team 106 Departmental Assistants 134 Drafting Department 44,45 Drama Club 6,104,105 Drillffeam lSee ROTCD Electrical Trades Department 40-41 EL Lobo Brass 7 English Department 18,19 Evening School Division 127,-129,135 Exploratory Teaching 114 Federal Inspection, ROTC 14, 15 Football, Varsity 60-61 Football, Reserve 62 Football-Freshman 63 Foreign Language Department 13,22-23 Foreign Language Laboratory 23 French 23 French Club 92-93 Future Teachers of America 115,118 German Club 92-93 Gift Committee 144 Girls Athletic Association Girls Concert Club 84 Girls Ensemble 24,86 Golf Team 57 Guidance 128 Health Center Assistants 94,95 Health and Physical Education Department 5,46,47 High School Red Cross Club 116 History Club 96,97 Holcomb Observatory 110 Home Economics Department 32,33 Honors Abroad 13 Howe Invitational Tournament 58 Hopscotch 9 Humans Relations Committee 96,97 Indiana High School Press Association 100 Indiana University Honors Abroad 13 Indianapolis Star-News 18 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra 112 Indiana Central College 112 FnendsofTech Anderson, Lloyd 18 Brooks, Debbie 114 Brown, Susan 32 Downing, Steve 64 Ember, the Dog 108 Fenoglio, Miss E. I. 92 Greene, Edward 81,113 Parker, lack 89 Industrial Cooperative Training 94,95,128 john Herron Museum of Art 112 junior Achievement judo Club 13,120 lunior Classical League UCD 92,93 lunior Council 117 lunior Honor Students 12 junior Olympics 10 Key Club 99,118 Latin Club 92,93 Lettermen's Club 120 Librarians 133 Library Assistants 94,95 Majorettes 7,24,74,75 Mallory Technical Institute 34, 35,110 Mardi Gras 6,7,11,110 Mathematics Department 26, 27 Melodayres 86,87 Metal Trades Department 36, 37 Military Deparment 48,51, Music Club 112,113 Music Department 10,24 National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Awards 18 National Forensic League lNFLl 106 Natural Science Club 110,111 Neighborhood Youth Corps 128 News Bureau 117 North Central Relays 54 Nurses 133 Office Staff 135 Oldfields Estate 112 Old Shop Building 28 Open House 18,24 Orchestra 82,83 Paragraph Contest 18 Pep Band 8 Photography Club 90,91 Physical Education Department 46,47 Physical Science Department 28,29 Physics 28 Police 134 Powerama 110,111 Practice Rooms 24 Prayer Circle 97 Principal 126 Printing Club 90,91 Printing Department 44,45 Prom Committee 150 Psychometrist133 Publ ications,Department 129 Rowan, Carl T. 100 Staley, lane 18 Shaw, Pam 108 Shaw, lanie 108 Snellenberger, Earl 112 West, lessamyn1 Wilson, Robert 60 Pyramid 8 Quill and Scroll 100 Radio Club 90,91 Red Cross Club 117 Rifle Range 50 Roman Banquet 122,123 ROTC Cadet Officers 48 ROTC Cadet Sponsors 49 ROTC Color Guard 48 ROTC Drill Team 15,48,50,51 ROTC Rifle Team 51 Scheming Lieutenant, The 104 Senior Alumni Committee 163 Senior Council 158 Senior Honor Sweaters 12 Senior Officers 138 Senior Sponsors 138 Seniors 136-169 Service Club 98,99,118 Skylines 18 Solomon Caves 110 Spanish 22 Spanish Club 92 Social Service Workers 134 Social Studies Department 20, 21 Sophomore Honor Students 12 Special Education 12,47,128 Speech Team 107 Stagecraft 39,109 String Ensemble 81 Student Activities 129 Student Center 115,119 Student Affairs Organization lSAOl13,118,119 Teacher Aides 134 Teahouse of the August Moon 108-109 Techoir 24,88,89 Tech Invitational 54 Tech Legion 162,3 Tennis Team 58 Thespians104 Titanettes 74-75 Track Team Freshman 55 Track Team, Varsity 84 Reserve 54 Turnkey Dance 9 Twelve Angry Men 104 Valentine Tea 115 Valiant, The 104 Vespers Committee 155 Vice Principals 127 Victoria Regina 105 Woodruff Place 14 Wrestling 68,69 XYZ Club 110-111 Y-Teens 6,116 Zoology 6 Faculty Index Able, Patricia 23,92 Adams, Mrs. Annabelle 34 Alexander, Mrs. Adamay 25 Allen, Gaylord 128 Allen, Louis 28 Allen, Richard 31 Alyne, Mrs. Elsie 134 Anderson, Rayfield 38,96 Andrews, Mrs. Florence 134 Armel, Clyde S. 45 Backmeyer, joseph 24,72,80 Barnes, Thomas 46 Barrett, Mrs. Audrey 134 Bayless, Kenneth 129 Bean, Mrs. Carol 19,140 Beall, Howard E. 38 Bedell, Mrs. Mary B. 23,92 Beeson, David 28,110 Belding, Robert 127,132 Bell, Carlos 46,61 Bell, Mrs. Nancy 33 Bennett, Mrs. Arvilla 19 Berger, William 43 Bettis, Susan 19 Billington, Floyd W. 44,45 Blankenhorn, Duane R. 20,132 Borshoff, james 128 Bowers, Melvin 46,55,59 Bowsman, jack 46 Bradford, jack 46,129 Bradshaw, Mrs. Martha 20 Bramblett, Garold 40,90 Brinker, Norman 37 Brodhecker, Mrs. Betty 46,133 Brown, Harold S. 26 Bye, Mrs. llze 33 Caldwell, Mrs. Pauline 28 Camplese, Daniel 46,55,63 Camplin, Mrs. Pauline 134 Carbone, Dean 20 Carpenter, Mrs. Esther 34 Carlock, Mahlon 99,130 Cassel, Mrs. Virginia 19 Catt, Howard 46,64,130 Chambers, Semor 49 Chohany, Mrs. Elizabeth 26 Chrisler, james 134 Clapp, Mrs. Margaret 19,118 Clark, H. K., jr. 43 Clark, Ralph E. 45 Cline, Ernest F. 64,132 Cody, Mrs. Wyolene 33 Collins, Robert F, 31 Comstock, Mrs. Diane 19 Cook, Howard L. 31 Cooper, Mrs. Esther 20 Cooper, janice 28,29 Cooper, Sue 19 Corbin, C. H. 26 Come, Audrey 31 Coverstone, Mrs. Mary 134 Craig, Mrs. Frances 133 Crooke, Robert E. 43 Cruser, Emanuel 37 Cruser, Patricia j. 34 Daily, Donald 128 Danheiser, Tom 19 Davidson, Mrs. Karen 34 Davis,-M. Turpin 34 Dawson, Thomas 49 Dearing, Mrs. Barbara 131 DeClue, james 28 Deem, Harold 45 DeKemper, judy 26 Deming, Leo 28 Dininger, Walter 20,54,61,62,132 Dinkins, Mrs. Mattie 134 Dudkowski, Sam 43 Durham, Mrs. Wilma 133 Dykeman, Richard 28 Eland, Ronald 26 Elliot, Harold 45 Elliott, Mrs. jessie134 Ellison, Mrs. Sara 46 Fanning, Mrs. Sandra 24,84,113 Farley, john A. 31 Farr, Charles 40 Fine, Mrs. Serine 23,93 Ford, Robert F. 19 Frank, Mrs. Lidian 19 Freeman, joyce 34 Frye, Mrs. Lois 34,118 Gaither, Virgil 134 Garrett, Mrs. Marjorie 19 Gascho, Martha 19,118 Gentry, William M. 26 George, David 34 Gillette, Mrs. Nancy 33 Gilliland, Kenneth 40 Glover, Richard 26 Gioe, Mrs. Deborah 34 Goodrum, Mrs. Alice C.19,104, 106J07 Graney, William j. 28,132 Gruner, Wilbert R. 134 Guess, Mrs. Mercedes 31 Guess, William 34 Hage, W. Pokai K. 20,21 Hahn, Mrs. Margaret 19,131 Halcom, Harriet 134 Hamer, Mrs. Sarah F. 34,96,132 Hamilton, Marian 25 Hamlet, Mrs. Anne 19,115 Hanlin, Donald A. 20 Hanna, Mrs. joyce A. 19 Hardiman, Emmett F. 19 Harding, Mrs. Bea 46 Hardy, Marguerite 33,145 Harger, j. C. 34 Hart, Hollie 33 Harts, Mrs. Louise A. 25 Harvey, Constance 23 Haworth, Hadley 28 Heaven ridge, jack 134 Huff, M. Gwendolyn 134 Henderson, Oral E. 43 Herrington, Dale 43 Hill, john C., jr. 37 Hinshaw, Herman 127 Hinton, Mrs. Anna Mary 84,89 Hoffman, Mrs. Marilyn 56 Holly, Mrs. Marian 33 Holmes, Ernest 95,128 Holtsclaw, Mrs. Elizabeth 33 Hon, David S. 31 Houldson, Scott 45 Howard, Garlan W. 31 Hunt, judy M. 31 Hurrle, john 61,62,132 Hylton, Charles 38 lnsley, Gertrude 19 jackson, Burney 45 jeffers, Leonard 20 jines, Monte F. 133 johnson, Alice M. 34 johnson, Mrs. Orene 134 johnson, William M. 31 jones, Bernice 19,103 jones, Mrs. Gwendolyn 26,111 Kaeuper, Steve 26 Kanouse, john 20 Keller, Fred j. 43 Kern, john 28,91 Kimberlin, William A. 20 Kirsch, Arthur 31 Kleine, j. M., jr. 46,64 Kocher, Charles 38,132 Koontz, john 46,61 Kothe, Mrs. judy 19 Kreft, Hilda 33 Kriese, Maurice A. 26,27 Kuck, Keith V. 34 Lagadoln, Mrs. Maria 23,92 Landreth, Odus127 Lloyd, Robert L. 134 Laughlin, Richard 24,86,113 Lehman, Arnold 26 Lehman, Kirby 19,106 Lehman, Mrs. Lisa 20,91 ,96 Leverenz, Rowland 133 Lewis, john A. 19 Lind, Mrs. Barbara A. 133 Lloyd, L. Robert 134 Locker, William 25,112 Long, Mrs. Ruth 19 Longshore, Howard L. 118 LoPossa, Paula E. 19 Lundgren, Mrs. Shirley 46,133 Lunsford, Mrs. Mary 19 Lunsford, Steven 31,111 Lyons, Francis 20 McAfee, Mrs. Mildred 19,132 McBride,judith19,97,131 McColly, Byron E. 43 McCutcheon, Mrs. Marjorie 33J32 McGeath, Bruce 20,54,59 McMahon, Maureen 19 McNanny, Fred 19 Machin, Mrs. Barbara 19 Mack, George 43 Maley, Edna 34 Malone, Dan S. 43 Maloy, Robert 18,19,104,105,108 Manka, Mrs. Mary Lou 46 Martin, George 134 Mansfield, Betty Lea 26 Marshall, Lewis 129 Martin, Ellen 34 Martin, George S. 134 Martin, R. D. 31 May, james 28 Medcalfe, Ernest 25,61 ,97,1 30 Meditch, Carl 45,56,64 Meyer, Robert E. 20,129 Miner, john C. 20,132 Moon, William 10,24,89 Moore, Mrs. Marian 33 Moreman, Ivan 46,56,130 Mullenax, john 40 Murphy, Wesley j. 20 Nevilles, johnny 134 Norris,William R. 20 Ohmit, Mrs. Gwen 34 Orth, Robert j. 31 Oscarson, Paul E. 38 Otten, Patricia L. 19 Parker, Mrs. Marjorie 34 Parrett, Sharon 46,131 Parrett, Shirley 46 Pence, Lewis 43 Penrod, Mrs. Mary 33 Perry, Douglas 24,85,87,113 Peterson, Margaret 34 Peterson, William 34 Phelps, Mrs. Helen 134 Phemister, Lorena 25 Platt, Mrs. Carole 23 Potter, Wallace 128 Puckett, Kenneth 127 Quillin, Phil 46,57 Ransom, Mrs. Natalie 33 Reed, Ray 31,130 Renault, Dale 19 Rhodes, Irene 19 Ridge, Richard 19 Robinson, Don 26,58 Rowland, Mrs. Betty 134 Sargent, Andy 38 Sare, Dale W. 26 Schnakenberg, Mrs. Florence 19 Schneider, Karl 20 Schneider, Mrs. Louise 25 Schoch, Marjorie 129 Seely, Diana 98 Sexson, jean 134 Shannon, Mrs. Ruth 31 Sharp, William E. 38 Sheridan, Rita 23 Shock, Richard 132 Siedlecki, William 20 Sims, Mrs. Donna 46,74 Sipole, Mrs. Betty 134 Skomp, Samuel 45 Slover, Michael 25,89,91 Smith, Clyde 20,114 Smith, Ebert W. 20,21 Smith, Harry 26 Smith, Frances 33 Smith, Mrs. Lois A. 34 Smith, Robert W. 45,90,91 Smith, Steven 28 Soendlin, Richard R. 26 Southwick, Mrs. Barbara 19,118 Stafford, Mrs. Ruth 33 Staten, Mrs. Mary 33 Stelting, Mrs. Rosa 134 Stewart, Mrs. Edna 28 Stewart, Mrs. LaVerne 133 Stewart, james 127 Stewart, William 40 Stout, Mrs. Dorothy 131 Strickland, Mrs. Marian 26 Stockard, Robert 45 Stoeckinger, john H. 26 Swenson, Kermit 25 Swindle, Bill iTinyl134 Switzer, Richard 24,72 Taflinger, james E. 20 Terrell, Roy K. 31 Terry, Earl 40 Thompson, Charles T. 43 Thompson, Doug 43 Timmerman, jane 19 Tincher, john 38 Tobrocke, Floyd C. 45,132 Tozer, William 28,110 Tremp, William 43 Tresslar, C. T. 19,97,100,101,129 Turner, Ray 38,108 Turney, Bruce 28,108 Turpin, Mrs. Martha 118,131 VanDerMoore, Herbert 43 Vaughn, Mrs. Linda 19 Undewvood, Mrs. Susanna 23, 93 Wagner, Mrs. Darlene 31 Wagner, Lloyd H. 20,118 Walker, Madora 26 Wall, Francis 49 Wallace, Mrs. Mildred 33 Washington, Mrs. Emmagee 25 Waters, Margaret 19 Webber, Mrs. Doris L. 19,104, 109 Whalin, M. W. 31 Wheeler, William R. 26 Whetstine, Verl 37 White, john 24 Whitmire, LaVon 25 Wiggins, john 34,61 Wignall, Mrs. Elva 33 Wilkinson, Arthur 49 Williams, Blanche 46,133 Williams, john M. 45 Wilson, Rudolph 130 Wolverton, Ralph 28 Woodard, Robert 46 Woodward, Mona 34 Woods, Morris 38 Woolford, Mrs. Mary V. 33 Wythe, john F. 31 Yeagley, Terry C. 45,89 Young, Mrs. janiece 33 Pupil Index Aaron, Deborah lDebbiej94,115,116,197 Abel, Hugh 96 Abel, rom 85,101 Abell, Carla 72,84 Abernathy, Charles 5,86,89 Abernathy, Deborah 106,107 Abney, Patricia 120 Adams, Gary 39 Adams, EarIine111 Adkins, Mike 85 Alexander, Cynthia Rae tCyndij 93 Alexander, Dennis 58 Alexander, Gerald 72,825,112 Alexander, janice 101,114,116 Alexander, Tom 67 Allen, james 91 Allen, Kenny 145 Allen, Milton 54,60,61,120 Allen, Nathaniel 55 Alstott, james Uimj 7Z,97,102,103 Amis, Shirley C. 84 Amorez, Linda 82 Amos, lacqueline 120 Anderson, Kimberly S. IKimJ12,24,82,93,97, 101,104,105,106,'l07,100 Andrews, King 55,61,62,68,69 Andrews, Richard 82 Armes, David 92,115 Armstrong, George 48,106 Amett, Beverly 98 Arnett, Glenda 12,103 Artis, Filmore 72,81 Auble, Randall ikandyi 72,80,82,86,89,91,99 Austin, james Uimj 111,163 Avery, Marcia 96,103 Bailey, David 54 Baird, Michael tMikej10,54,59 Baker, Kathleen tltathyl B2 Bandy, Mike 62 Bannon, Vicki 22 Banta, Donna B2 Bare, Charla Anne 93 Bare, Doug 108 Barlow, Dorothea 82,B4,96,116,121,1S3 Barnes, Madonna 22,04,97 Barnes, Vernon 62 Barnett, Beverly 72,107 Barter, Vickie 120 Barton, William tBillj 6,12,18,32,100,101,104 105,1N,107,108,109,117,148,149,1S5,162 Battles, Charles 64,66 Battles, Terry 106 Bates, Stephanie 107 Batts, Hilda 92 Baxter, Vickie 107 Baugh, Mike 56 Baylor, Richard 5 Beamon, Virgil 69 Bear, Brenda 111 Beary, Robert 61,62 Beck, William lBilll 56,99,145 Beck, Randall lllandyj 31 Beckham, Steve 39 Beem, Karen 86,89 Bedwell, Bill 69 Bedwell, Richard tRlckl12 Beight, Anita Ruth 72,84 Bell, DeAndre 21,115 Bell, Diane 116 Bell, Jackie 115 Bell, Kenton 41 Bell, Nancy 115 Bennett, Christine 35 Benson, Alice 120 Benson, Robert B, 59,96,123 Bentley, Glenn 54 Beverly, Carol 74 Biggerstalf, Diana B2,96,103,122,1Z3,152,163 Black, David lDavej 33,103 Black, lame! Uiml 54,7Z,B0,B2,96,120 Black, Phil 54 Black, Ramona B2 Black, Steven 90,101,101 Bledsoe, Debra A. 107 Blue, Ewing 59 Boggs, Denise 94 Bond, HettieB1,82,113,143,163 Bonfils, Peggie 39 Bonnet, jennifer Uennyj 116,118,119 Booker, Nathniel 44,51 Booker, Wlllie 64 Boone, julia 12,49,82,144,156,163 Borden, Shirley 115 Borden, Steve 12,45 Bottoms, Martha lMartyl a6,a9,1o1,1o7 Bottoms, Nancy 84 Bowman, William B5 Boyd, Norma 93 Boyd, Terry 1B,72,B2,B9,97,102,163 Boykin, Carolyn Ann 163 Branlord, Robert 92 Bradley, Frances 120 Bradley, Regina 81 Bradley, Sharon B4 Brady, Linda 9,84 Bratcher, Karen 94 Breland, Steve 55,61,68,69 Breland, Victor 54,55,61,68 Brents, Mark 55,61,62,68 Brewer, Marcella 82 Brewer, Kevin l. 72,108 Brewster, jerry 42,43,48,50,51,72 Brice, Wanda 97,120 Briggs, David 72,80,82 BrinlrIey,Gary107 Brinley, Michael 91,91 Broadnax, Eugene 24 Brockman, Gary 105,108 Brooks, Harvey 63,67 Brooks, Stephanie 107,121 Brown, Barbara 113 Brown, Bernice 106,107,111 Brown, Carol 1Z,72,81,B2,B9,97 Brown, Mike 3 Brown, David 93 Brown, Kathy 98 Brown, Lonnie 15,146 Brown, Mamie 31 Brown, james B9 Brown, Peggie 84,98,113 Brown, Randal lRandyl 3,B2,87,89,99,113, 141,154,158,163 Brown, Steven H. 90 Brown, Toni 95 Brown, Willa 106,107 Brown, Winilred 56 Browning, lenniler 94 Bruce, Tonya 103 Brummett, Niki 92,93,98 Buckley, Becky 94,98 Buckley, William tBilli12,09,93,98,106,118, 162,163 Buckley, Gregory 44,90 Bull, Carolyn 35 Bunch, Keith 39 Burch, jill 94 Burke, Elroy 80 Burks, Roy 6B,69,120 Burns, Rosalind 96,9 Burris, Priscilla 115,116 Burris, Salathiel 116 Burt, Addie 120 Buses, Ron S4,55,59,99,11B,120 Busic, Austin 104,105 Butler, Rick ss Butrum, Adelia 94 Butrum, Randy 108 Cable, Sandra P. lSandyi 95,163 Cagle, joel 5 Caldwell, Charles 67 Campbell, Geneva 120 Campbell, james D. 7,72,82 Campbell, jay 48 Campbell, Tyrone 85 Camplin, Constance L3 Cantrell, Don 67 Carson, Davld 63 Carter, joanerta 82 Carter, Richard C. 90 Caseldon, Gary 59 Casek. latqueline 120,111 Caskey, joy 12,94,163 Caseriy, Dennis 69 Chambers, Linda E. 72,B6,B,151,163 Chambers, Marilyn 92 Champion, Gary 56 Chaney, Keith A, 13,86,89,92,99 Chapman, linda 76,77,86,89,96,117,118 Chastain, Terry 94 Chew, Mary 49,163 Chew, Mee Lun 79,93,98 Childs, james ljim162,68,108 Christensen, Ivan 96,103 Chrisler, Kathy 96 Chronis, Linda 118 Clark, Debby B4 Clark, Kent 54,60,64,66,117,120 Clark, Martha 12 Clark, Susan L. 12,13,7Z,B2,86,89,92,96,116, 11B,14Z,150,15B,162 Clarke, Shirley 97,105 Clayton, Margaret 116 Clayton, Stephanie 82 Clem, Linda C. 96 Clem, Paula 72 Clevenger, Geraldine 12,114,162 Clymnre, Sharla 84 Colfer, Rodney 91 Coffin, Robert 63 Coffman, Sharon 80,81 Colben, Brenda 116 Colbert, Delores 101,116 Colbert, Marvin 63 Colbert, Sharon E. 94 Colbert, Virgil 111 Coleman, Carolyn 84 Coleman, Crystal 93 Coleman, lda116 Coleman, Morris D. 72 Collins, Brenda 120 Collins, Gail 12,90,92,100,112,117,155,161,162 Collins, Sandra E. 95 Colvin, Earnestine107 Coomer, james 95 Condos, LeonidastLeoi12,99,106,107,118, 140,144,150,154,158 Conly, Paul 41 Cooper, Brenda 12,86,87,89 Cooper, David 12,96,163 Cooper, Debbie 120 Cooper, Pamela tPaml 74,98,140,154,158,162 Cooper, Stephanie 12,72 Copeland, Christinia iChrisl 98,103 Copland, Mike 95 Cork, Cato 55 Corlett, Rita 120 Cornell, Roberta B4 Cornett, Linda Kay 84,163 Cosby, Mark 95,106,107 Cosby, Phil 155 Cause, Claudia 86,619,163 Couse, Nikki 86 Couse, Timothy 48,50,51,62 Covey, Gary L. 48,50,51 Covington, Anthony 54 Cox, Carolyn 116 Cox, Gary 35 Crabil, David 96 Crabill, Noel 48 Crane, Randy 99 Creech, Nancy 32 Crenshaw, john 61 Crook, Phyllis 94 Cummins, Kerry 43 Curry, Margaret iMargiej B6,B9,92,102,103. 113,116,150 Curtis, Peggy 90 Cutshaw, Susan tSusiej 5,B,76,77,84,115,116 Daniels, john 36 Darland, Karen 0,'l2,76,77,86,B9,118 Dany, Clara 120 Davidson, june 120,121 Davidson, Shirley 120 Davie, Ronald 55,59 Davis, Kevin 72,82 Davis, Roben E. lBobl 22,S6,81,82,8B,89.93, 102,103,113 Davis, Roy 95 Davis, Tony 107 Davisson, Geraldine 94,163 Davison, Mark 62 Dawson, Stevette 72 Dea, Larry 89 Dean, Barbara A. 92 Detkard, Deborah tDebbij 12,29,49,50,1W, 101,115,117,11B Decker, justus B2 Decker, Richard 91 Decker, Steve 29,39,109,111 DeHomesto, Clarence 31 DeMichieli, Gloria 92 Delaney, Kathleen 163 DeMichieli, Victor j. jr. 92 Devitt, Dave 61,62,89,99 Dexter, David 59 Dill, I. Billie 107 Dille, D. Elaine 163 Dinkins, Donald 36 Doak, Stephanie 72,94 Donelson, james 22 Donenleld, Donna Lynn 93,105,107 Dorris, Seve 36 Dotson, Angela 106,107 Do'Y. john 44 Douglas, Doris 79 Douglas, loan 116,120 Downing, Harry 62,68,99 Drexler, Kenneth I. 42 Dubecky, Mike 63 Duff, Denise 116 Duncan, Liz 105 Dunham, Mary 12,97 Dunkerson, Tom 69 Dunning, Gary 19 Durrett, Mary 110 Dyke, William tllilll 6'104,105,108,109 Dwigans, Laura 101 Eads, Lee Ann 9,108 Eads, Robin 90,96,101 Ealy, Bonnie 114 Eaton, Robert 55,62 Eaton, Robin 62 Eaton. Steve 61 Eaton, Vicki 94,10-1,105,107,108 Edwards, Sylvester 45,54,60,61,120 Eickhoff, Carol 12 Eisenhut, Dana 93 Elliott, Richard 107 Elliott, Wilma 110 Ellis, Ronnie 111 Embry, Benita 121 England, janet 84 Epperson, Sheila 94 Esch, Paula 84 Espinoza, Consuela 92,111 Espinoza, Paula 92,111 Esslinger, Larry 63 Euler, Dan 72,82 Euler, Tim 63 Evans, Carol 96,116 Evans, Sharon 96,116 Evans, Victor, jr, 63,69,93 Ezell, Jeanette 22 Fagan, jackie 25,74 Fagan, Patty 74,104 Fagan, Sherry 110,163 Fallowfield, Kim 93,111 Fant, Herman 61,62 Farns, Donna 106 V Farrior, la mes 87,89,99,117 Farris, Donna 84,116 Ferguson, Douglas lDougl 91 Fields, johnnie C. 90,91 Finnigan, Pat 103 Fishburn, Debbie 8,78 Flater, Ronnie 146 Floyd, Raymond 94 Ford, Linda 101 Ford, William 40 Fort, Kyle 12,64,B9,99,106,107,117 Foster, Barbara 115 Franklin, Gerald 60 Franklin, Mary Louise163 Freeman, Andrea 12,81,84 Freeman, Frankie 89,117,163 Freeman, Teresa iTerrij 29,74,101,103,118 Frost, Barbara 8,78 Fros1,Ielf68 Frost, Marilyn 7,74,7S Fullen, Terry 82 Funke, 5teve 56,60,61,99,120 Gaddie, Robert lBobj 64,65,120 Gallet, Ron 67,107 Gardner, Mahershall S Garten, Bette I. 72 Garrre Gartre ll. Darryl 67 ll, Gary 96 Gakins, Sharyl 96,97 Gearlds, Howard 56 Gearlds, Tony 66 Gemmill, Mike 58,146 Gerhalt,Walter 68 Gibson, Lewis 94,101,146,163 Gibson, Mary 93 Gilbert, lim 66 Gividen, Kenn 89 Gladden, Roben 12,72 Glenn, Aretha 120 Glover, Denice 92 Glover, Shirley 55,66 Godwin, Margret lMargiel 12,96,100,102 103,114,11B,143,163 Good, Robert 72 Goode, Robert 93 Gorden, Gladys 96,107,111,11B Gorden, Olevia 89,111 Gowdy, Mozell 56,59 Graham, joyce 110 Grant, Mary 101 Grant, Sharon A. 72,82,97 Grayson, Donna 35 Grayson, Richard 90 Green, Becky 114,11 B,144,1 52,150,163 Pupil Index Green Green , james 61,62 , john 57,120 Green, Larry 48,50,51 Green, Rhea 92 Hogan, john 69 Holder, Teryl 86 Holmes, Victoria 79,105,107 Holtsclaw, lim 39 Lange, Linda 116 Lamb, Glenda 22,114,146,163 Lamben, Bruce W, 72 Lambert, Diana 32,94,96,12J Lambert, Larry D. 72 Laswell, Don 72,80 Laswell, jacqueline 82 johnson, Greene, Marie E. 72,82 Greenwalt, George 85,99 Gregory, Michael L. lMikei 103,110,117 Griffin, David 9,B5,89,99,113,'l17 Griffin, Don 61,68 Griffin, Michael lMikel80,81,89,99,101 Griffey, james W, 72 Griggs, Denny 54,61,62 Grigsby, Carl 39,109 Grindstalf, Kun 57,103 Cirubbs, Mark 63,93,69 Gullion, Mark 62 Hager, Debbie 84,94 Hall, Curtiestine 144,158,163 Hall, Ellen 146 Hall, Keith 63,67 Hall, Linda 115 Hall, Melvin 91 Hall, Thomas 68,69 Hallins, Joseph 41 Hamler, Miriam 120 Hamilton, Cheryl 12,89,93,97,114,163 Hamilton, john 95 Hamilton Nikki 10,Z7,72,82,89,97,100,101,117 Hand, Carolyn Sue 74,84 Hankins, Sharon Sue 163 Hanley, Deanne 94 Hanna, Mark 112 Hardesty, Dorothea 116 Harding, Sally 115,116 Hardwick, Dennis 93,94 Harmon, David 54,68,69,95 Harmon, lack 56,99,118,120 Harmon, jerry l..12,71,82,162 Harney, Dexter 59 Harney, lames 55 Harp, Roseanne 47 Harper, johnny 48 Hooker, Steven 48,50,51 Hopkins, Getsy 103,118 Hoskins, Charles 67 Hougland, Rebecca lBeckyl11J House, David 29 Houser, Doug 6 Howard, Phil 54 Hubbard, Mike 163 Hubner, Donna 163 Hughes, Andrew 31 Hughes, Isaac 113 Hunsucker, Lynne iDanielsl 104,105 Hunt, Andrea 79,92 Hunt, Beverly 98,101,113 Hutchens, jeffrey A. 162 Hutson, Mary jean 95,162 Hutton, Vicki 72,94 Huxley, Dennis 87,89,99,111 Hylden,jenniier tjennyl 12,18,146,162 lrvih, Vickie 107,120 Isbell, lames W, 22,96,99,123 Isbell, Marilyn 49 lacobs, left 63 lacobs, Mike 39 lackson, Charles X. 10 lackson, William 63 larrett, Mark 63 jefferson, Yolonda 23,84 Lea Lee, lee, Lee. Lee, Laughlin, Mark 91,92 V . ell, Shirley B4 Allreda106,107,111,11B Alvin 13,S4,59,'I0'l,'l03,107,'I5'l,'l20 Rachelle 12,13,82,89,93,'l13,143,163 Rochelle 49,72,B9,96,113,1 16 Lerchs, Valdis 93 Lewelling, Darlene 72,92 Lewis, Cindy 86,89,101,118 Lewis, james 54,60,61,64,65,107,120 Lewis, Laurie 118 Lewis 158 Little, David 54,59,68 livers, Fred 95 Lohman, Tom 43 Long, Anthony H. 72,80,82 Long, Clark 61,69 Lott, Lucinda 2.3 Loux, Kevin 64 Loux, Terry 56,106,107,114,163 Lowe, Diane 95 Lowe, Terry 90,91 Lowe, William 54 , Rodney K. 72,80,B2,87,89,141,144,154, Lowery, Claude 63,67,107 Lowhorn, Roy Z8 Ludwig, Barbara 84,113 Lund, Harold 'l2,22,93,104,'l05,'l08 Luten, Frederick 19,48,54,59,93 Harper, Vestal j. 61 Harre l, William 47 I Harris, Mike 55 Harris Harris , Nancy 115 , Oscar Z. 85,89,103 Harris, Philip 67 Ha rris ,William 39,109 Han, Eileen 74,84 Hart, Foster B. 90,111 Hart, Tina 74,84 Hart, William 85 Hanley, Sharon 47 Hatchett, Karen 120 Hatton, james 63 Hawk, Barbara 120 Hawk, Kathy 116 Hawthorne, Willie 107 Hayes, Vickie 35 Heath, Barbara 116 Heatherly, lan 89 Helms, Mary 22 Henderson, Denise 115 Henderson, Edward 91 Henderson, Leslee120 Henderson, Melvin 67 Henderson, Robert 44 Hendrickson, Roger Lee 42 Herald, Mary Lou, 120 Herben, Keith 43 Hernandez, juanita 15,100,101 Herrington, Kathy 72 Hess, David 39 Hess, john 62 Hickerson, Debby 94,116 Hickerson, Denise B4,94,116,162 Hickey, Toni 2B,56,61,64,65,99,120 jelfries, Barry 95 leffries, Karen 92 jessulili lill 92,115 johnson , Arthur 63 johnson, Bruce 55,64,66 lohnson lohnson lohnson lohnson johnson johnson johnson lohnson , Charles 54 ,Dianna Kay 72 , Harold 55 , james Uimi 57,65,120 Larry 59 . Mike 61,120 johnson, , Roben 55 . Steve 12 , William 92 Patty 95,108 lohnson, Yvonne 23 jones, Clifton 67 lones, Dennis 39 jones, Elmore 55 jones, Geneva 12,93,94,96,103,115 jones jones jones . lack 63 Innes. , Manin 55 ,Mary 8,77,78,98,116 Leonard 9 jones: Michael 72,80,90,93 lowes. Nathaniel 96,114,151 jones, Patricia 104,105,117 lones 10028, , Stephanie 84 will s1,sa,s9,1z0 lordan, Denver 67,107 jordan, Dewitt 95 joyner, Michael 93 luarez, Arturo 111 Luttrell, Guy 58,86,89,99,120 Luttrell, Patty 5,12,115,116 Maddox ,William68 Mahone, Debra 116 Mahone Mahone , Dewayne 101,123 ,Dorothy 113,116 Mahone, Mildred 89,113,163 Mallory, aenyns Mangus. Dean 85 Mann, Clifford 97 Kares, Robert 12,110 Keens, Richard 68 Keers, Barbara 143 Kendall, Vickie 74,103 Kendall, Tom 90 Kendrick, Frank 64,65,120 Kendrick, Richard 63,67 Kern, Linda 98 Kerr, Gary 85,96 Key, Mabel 74 Kimberly, Terry 54,59,120 Kimble, Rodney 108 Kimbrough, Claudia 82 Hlcks, james 85 Hicks, William 39 Hill, jimmy D. 101 Kincy, Ernest 96 Kinney, leanie 34 Kirby. lovin 54 Marcum, Anita 18,101 Marko, Bill 63,90,91 Marsden, Ronnie 95 Marshall, Alicia 23,105,116 Marshall, Deborah Denise 106,107 Marshall, Rex 1Z,S4,61,6B,69,117,118,120 Marshall, Vernice 39 Martindale, Margaret 92,96 Martindale, Mattie 96 Masters, john 63,67 Matthews, Diana 101,115,116 Maxwell, Danny 58 Maxwell, Pamela 92 Maxwell, Roberta 96 Maxwell, Zosoyhi 92 McAlee, Ira 120 McAndrews, Anna 106,107 McClain, Bob 58,99,120 McColly, Shelia 114 McCowan, loe 55 McCurn, Steve 39 MCCurry, Phyllis 112 McDaniel, Martin D. 72.80 McDonald, Kristine Anne 72,84.113,116 McFarland, janlce 94 McGraw, Henry 61,120 McGuire, Marlene 61 Mclntosh, Sharon 89 Mclver, Dorothy 81,94 McKeehan, john 90,91 McPherson, lane A. 72,84 Means, Scott A. 42 Medcalie, Bob 20 Medlock, Cheryl 89,116,163 Meigs, any 101 Mentis, Cindy 12,74 Meylen,lulie116 Michael, Libbi 84,9B,113,116,118 Mickle, Claude 54,120 Montgomery, Patricia 82 Moore, Cynthia 34 Moore, Doug B5 Moore, jim 63 Moore, Wilburt 23,55,61,62,68,69 Morford, Daniel 110 Morgan, Mary 101,111,163 Morgan, Marsha Rae 12,72,106,107 Morris, Carlene 94 Morphew, Melanie 49,51,82,113 Morse. Paul S. 72,90 Mosier, Linda 84,112 Mouser, jerry A. 90 Munn, Glenda 23 Murphy, Carey 63,69 Murphy, Cathy 93 Murtaugh, Mary 93 Nahas, Bradley 4B,50,51 Nelson, Raymond 63 Newkirk, Deborah j. 72,94 Nichoalds, Russell tRussi 57,99 Nicholson, Suszann 92,111 Noland, lim 97,104,108 Norwood, Harold 61,62 Nunley, Vicki 116 Oakley, Bruce 23 Oakley, james 54,120 Oates, Cornelia lConniel 89,96,100,101 107 113,117,118,150,158,163 Ogle, Barbara 93,152 0'Hara, Mike 62 O'Haver, George 46 Oliver, i. D. s1,s2,l15 Oliver, Richard 36 O'Neil, Danny 5 0'Neil, Marlena 22 Orman, LaCinda lCindyl 82,90,98,103 Owens, Gloria 97 Palmer, Larry 59 Palmore, Glenda 115,116 Panhorst, Dottie 12,94,101,115 Pappas, Milt 91 ,92,106 Parham, Greggory 48,54,59 Parkey, Larry E. 72,82 Parnell, Annetta Louise 84,97,98,101 Parret, Anthony 54 Parrish, Donna 81 Parrish, Sonja 120 Payne, Roger S6,60,61,120 Pence, Thomas 85 Perdue, Ruthann 94,96 Perkins, Alvin 59 Perkins, james 22,54 Person, jerry 44 Peterman, Elaine 74,153,155,163 Peterman, Henrietta 72,82 Peters, Larry S6,99,101 Petree, Bradlord 115 Phelps, Nancy 115,120 Phillips, Ken 57 Phillips, Pamela 82,104,105 Phillips, Patti 93,105,108 Picot, Ruth 116 Ping, Christine 87,89 Pinson, Mike 12,13,139,162 Pipes, Deborah 120 Plan, Ruben 55,59 Polson, Bruce 86,89 Polvadore, Brenda 115 Pope, Regina 28 Point Pone er, Vicki 95 r, Greg 106,107 Powell, Roben lBob1 66 Poun ds, Sam 31 Price, Bruce 55,89 Price, Mike 156,157 Price, Sam 89,113,118 Pride, Danny 56 Priest, Douglas 107 Prolfi tt, Linda 8639.143 Pryor, Paul 48 Hill, Mike 99 Hill, Robert 54 Hilton, john u7,as,11a,119,1s2 Hines, Ellis 154,158 Hines, Keith 22,107,150 Hindman, Carolyn 94 Hitchens, Philmore S. 90 l-linle, lanice 82,M,92,93,94,105,108 Hodges, Diana 84 Hodgson, Mike 101 Hodgson, Bill 56 Hoelker, Cecilia 155 Kirby, William 51 Knorr, Donald L. 72,86,89,104,105,108 Koias, john 92,104,105 Kriegbaum, Marsha 97 Knipicka, Laura 74,90 Kurbursky, Dan 48,50,51 Kuykendall, Debra tbebbil 86,89,92,102, 103 Lacey, Kevin S4,59,99,120 LaFara, Mary 12,25,96,123 Laker, jerry 54,59 Landers, Gerald 99 Middleton, lan 94 Milam, Sylvia 104,105,108 Miller, Bryan 106,107 Miller, Cindy 1Z,97,101 Miller, Donna 12,74,75,94,98,117 Miller, Henrietta 94 Miller, Kathy 19,72 Mindach, Frieda 23,116 Mirtdach, Donald M. 42 Miner, Marsha 120 Mitchell, David 64,65 Mobley, Dennis 69 188 Puckett,1ohnny, lr. 72,B0,85,96 Pyle, Deborah E. 96 Quackenbush, Linda 28,74 Quintana, Albeno 92 Rainbolt, Rex 41 Raker, Vicki Lynn 163 Ramsey, Binky 93,120 Ramsey. jan 84 Ransdell, Robert, jr. 93 Ransom, Margo 49,50,98,117 Reeves, Patsy 84,101 Reneau, Mary 72,89 Ressinger, Cathy 114,115,116 Retherlord, joseph W Rexroat, Robert 23 Reynolds, Debbie 74,75 Thruston, 8 Reynolds, Eddie 69,93 Reynolds, Mary 09 Reynolds, Nola 84 Reynolds, Phyllis 106,107,115 Reynolds, William, lr. 7Z,w,82 Rhodes, Wanda B4 Rice, Charles 54 Rice, Frieda 117 Richards, loy 74,75,86,89 Richardson. nanny 11,as,9a,9s,99,11s,117, 119 Richardson, Herman 72,82 Richardson, Paul 59,69 Richardson, Vince 90 Riddell, Donna 84 Riewer, Richard 68 Riley, Sharon 94 Riley, Walter 91 Rhinehart, Bonnie 79 Roark, Rick 55,454.65 Roberts, Allan H.12,13,18,99,144,158,162 Roberts, N Robertson orman 43 . Barbara 22 Robertson, Martha 107 Robinson. Robinson. Robinson, Alice 116 james 95,116 lohnny 90,91,95 Robinson, Rosemary S. 84,106,163 Rody, Glen 40 Roddy, Debbie 11,35,B9,1m,101,11E,1 62 Rodgers, Debbie 146 Roots, Pamela 94 Rose, Sue 84 Rosebrock, Debbie 105,108,120 Ross, Gregory HJ Ross, Larry 85 Ross, Steve 69 Ross, Wendy 12,1B,94,162 Roth, Rosalyn 90,110 Rott, Cathy 91,102,103 Rouse, Debra 96 Rowing, Iohn 68,65 Rush, Linda 82,96,113 Ryle, Debra 116 Sanders, Garry 99 Sanders, Kenneth 55,62,66 Sanders, Sharon 116 Sanlord, Karen Kay 72,94,97 Sapp, Ruben 12,90 Satterthwaite, Robert 37 Sayles, Marcia 74,75,114 Sayles, Ron 61,120 Scahill, James Uiml 63,69 Scarbrough, Kathy 116 Schneider, rim B6,89,96,99,120,161,162 Schowengerdt, Cathy 103 Schultz, Charles 67 Schultz, Kenneth 48,S0,51 scan, crirwn G. 59,87,B9,93,99,113,110,151416Z Scott, Paul 19,54,72 Scott, Paula 81,82,B9,117 Seagraves, Roben 108 Sears, Linda 94,107 Seats, Leroy 71,89 Sedam, Sandy 116 Seibert, lack 56 Senteny,1ear1 Ann 116 Sexson, jerry 60 Shackellord, Mike 61 is ky ai Shaw, Debra 105,108 Shearer, Leonard B. 96 Shelby, Ken 67 Shewman, Karen 74 Shewman, Marsha 8,76,77,116 Sieiert, Fred 90,103 Sieiert, Geraldine 90,92,10S,108,120 Sisk, Nancy 32 Skipper, Calvin 40 Smith, Arnold 54,95 Smith, Cynthia 120 Smith, Darrell 36 Smith, D. SCDN 89,100,101 Smith, Eugenia 9 Smith, Houston 55 Smith, lames E. 90,91 Smith, Michael 39,62 Smith, Stan 89 Smith, Stephanie 116 Snorden, Michael 51 Snyder, Norma 114 Sparks, Don 36 Spaw, Karen B,76,86,09,98,117,120,150,1 54, 158,162 Spaw, Linda 74,84 Spears, Lou Ann 94 Spears, john 111 Spence, Sandie 12,72,M Spencer, Michael 10 Spradlin, Gary 63,67 Sprague, Shirley 95 Sprinkle, Sue 89 Stafford, Linda 111,114,115 Stanfield, Mike 57,61 ,62,66,89 Stansberry, Mildred 112 Stark, Ben 36 Stark, Roger 99,118 Steffey, jerry L. 48,50,51 Stephens, Larry 72 Stepp. Paula, 107 Stewart, Eleanerleannelilliei 103,163 Stewart, lane 118 Stewart, Larry 59 Stifiier, Diana 96 Stigler, lemul 68,69 Stockton, Betty Ann 97,114 Stokes, Linda 116 Stoltz, Larry 86,89 Strong, Lydia Ann 04 Strong, Teresa 152,162 Strubbe, lohn 61 Sullivan, leane 92 Sullivan, loane 92 Sutton, Larry 54.59.68 Swan, Richard 58 Sweeney, Kent D. 72,B7,B9,99,146,162 Taylor, Donna 39,94,9S,105,108 Taylor, George S9 Taylor, Elaine 84 Taylor, Gwenann 84,92,94 Taylor, loyce 94 Taylor, Roscoe 63 Taylor, Toni 84 Terry, Byron 61,62 Terry, Leonard 39 Terry, Paul E., lr. 72,B0,82 Thomas, Carole 93 Thomas, Daryl 36 Thomas, Denny 63 Thomas, Jesse 39 Thomas, lnhnnie Mae 120 Thomas, Patti 112 Tho mason, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thras her, El Diane 22,94 Herbert 59 Mary Ann Z2,30,93,96,106,107 Pamela 113,120 Ronald R. 85 Steve 69,99 Walter 55 aine 8,77,78 Thrasher, Karen D. 84 renita E, 84 Uffany, Warren 54,59 Tillord, john 48,50,51 Tilson. luyce 120 Tipton, Lyndal 62 Tomescu, Kristine lKris7 9,12,87,116,118,119, 155,162 Toney, Martin 58 Torah, Cynthia 120 Tcwvler, Linda 162 Townsend, lerry Michael 41 Tramell, Robert 39 Travis, Hattie 111,120 Trimble, Karl N. 96 Trimmer, Vurl 95,159 Trittipo, Elilabeth B2,92,105,108 Trittipo, Michael 12,92,108,110 Trotter, Geneva 82,B4,110,120 Trotter, Lester L. 59,85,92,97,110,117 Tucker, Constance lConniei 93,103 Turner, George 159 Turner, Pau IA. 104,105,108 Turner, Winired 159 Tyler, Fanni e 159 VanAuken,Karen 95 VanCleave, Sharon 115 VanDuyn, Betty 100,101 Vandermark, Kathy 159 Varnardo, E lliot 62,68 Vaughn, Anthony 48 Vaughn, Charles 59 Vaughn, George 50,51 Vaughn, Karhy BZ,92,93,97,120 Vaughn, Rebecca tKimi 12,18,82,92,93,162 Veegh, Zoltan M. 93,99 Verrey, David 91 Vestal, William lBiIll159 Via, loe 90 Volstad, Kathy 9,116,119,113 Wade, Aniker 93,96,1Z0 Wade, Randy 81 Wade, Sylvia A. 101 Waggoner, Mark 58,71,Hl,62,117 Walker, Fred 54,55,s2,1zo Walker, Mary 120 Walker, Virgil 59 Wallace, lerry 91 Wallace, Larry 56 Walton, Pat 84,96,113 Wind, Barry 5,W,103,117 wand, nmar hy 27,B7,09,97,100,102,103,110, 117,162 Ward, Larry 56,66 Ware. lordan 91 Washington, Cynthia 120 Washington, lo-yce 6,ZB,77,70 Washington, Kenny 62 Watson, Allred 72,80,B2 Watson, Dewayne 108 Watts, Steven 5S,59,85,99 Weaver, Dennis 80 Weber, Rick 62 Webster, Charles 59 Weeden, Dennis R. 72.82 Wells, Debra 113 Wester, Mary I. 72,B2,84,97 werherell, Karin 103 Whaley, Steve 89,99,147,154,158 Whitaker, Chester 56,61,64 Whitaker, Debbie 97,108 White, Ronnie 93 White, Samuel 85 Whitecotton, Donald 11,8596 Whitthorne, lohn 63,69 Wilburn, Sampson 48,85 Wickware, Charles 67 Wilkerson, Keith 23,96,110 Wilkinson, Tony 6 Williams, Ben 69 Williams, Harold 37 Williams, Faye 81,82 Williams, lerome 53 Williams, Keith A. 94,103,162 Williams, lack 95 Williams, john 98 Williams, Lloyd T. 36 Williams, Sonja 116 Williams, Wlllie 39 Willis, Anthony 62 Willis, Katie 116 Wilson, Annette 92 Wilson, Chris 98 Wilson, loe 56 Wilson, Paul 56,61,6Z,64,66,87,89 Wilson, Randy 96 Wilson, Shirley 105,108,111,120 Wilson, Steve 68 Wingo, Shirley 32 Winkle, Bonita 95 Winston, Larry 44,904 Winlenread, Mark 56 Witsman, Marsha B2 Wong, Terri 108,109 Wood, Mike 94 Wood, Marcia E. 64 Woods, Steve 54,61,147,150,150,162 Woodson, Evelyn 107 Wooldridge, David L. 72,81 Wooldridge, Paul 85 Wolfe, Marshall 09 Wright, Diana l. 71,60,82,B6,89 Wright, Diane 113 Wright, Gary 100,101 Wright, Mary 107 Wright, Elizabeth ilibbyl M,B7,58,39,1Wr 'l02,103,11B,162,163 Wright, Rebecca 74,75 Wyatt, Westy 120 Wythe, Davld 108 wyrhe, Patricia rvanii 39,92,103,10B,143,161 153 Yensel, Connie 158,162 Young, Carol 120 Zupan, Linda 94,114,162 Zupan, Tony 67 i ai .11 Friends, faculty, Titans . . . we salute you t it sh 25 RW its ss at wma' S: alajg fmww, 'Les 1 M33- it One of the rewards of being a Cannon staffer is meeting interesting friends. "Can- non Kiddie" Debby Kuykendall chats with a bundled-up Mr. Perry after the Tech- Shortridge football game. The final act of another hectic, yet fun-filled year draws to a close. For yearbook staffers it has been one of after-school work sessions, racking brains for cutlines and working diligently in the dark room. However, with- out the assistance of Cannon friends the 1969 yearbook could not have been completed. Administrators have given permission for photo scheduling. Department heads and teachers have made room for reports and photographers in their already busy schedules. Thanks go to the Athletic Department in particular for cooperation in taking team photos. Bookstore personnel have cooperated in the distribution of subscription materials, the collection of money during the sales campaign, and have provided a center from which books were dis- tributed. The custodians at the Guard House have cared for "floating" photo equip- ment. Landes Cap and Gown have lent academic costumes on several occa- sions for photos of seniors. We wish to note the courtesy of Mr. Richard Kennard of Newsfoto Publish- ing Company for color photos of the ROTC Federal Inspection. Thanks go also to Mr. William Wright of American Yearbook Company for color photos of the Broad Ripple game and for cooperation in supplying the film for the kick-off meeting for yearbook agents. The senior sponsors receive our thanks for making numerous announce- ments about senior picture scheduling, and for much paper work in dis- tributing and collecting senior data sheets. Thanks go also to faculty members and friends for help in distribution of yearbooks at the autograph party. To all these and to the many who have given us lighter moments to leaven the labor, we extend our thanks. Mother-of-the Cannon Office Mrs. Betty Rowland works around a school "drop-in" to keep financial records in order. T90 if fi xg? 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