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The Majorettes are a group of girls who perform at such ac- tivities as the Band Concert and street parades. The 5 girls are chosen for their ability to twirl and march and on their appear- ance. Carol Maines, head major- ette, did an excellent job of put- ting her girls through their paces. FRONT ROW: Marti Ooyevaar, Carol Maines, Bar- bara Smith. BACK ROW: Sharon Hawkins, Pam Jackson, Nancy Williams. c(unCen4 a tct KOncAe t fin wtde colon. The Drill Team has been an organization of the school for 4 years. Al- though the Drill is smaller this year than it has been in the past, they have done an excellent job of performing. They marched and twirled at the foot- ball and basketball games and at colleges, including Butler and Purdue. Carol Maines, Head Majorette; Jennifer Mathews; Jane Harrison; Judy Lehman; Pat Catron. SECOND ROW: Sheila Jones; Angela Macy; Karen Soper; Shirley Powell; Carol Bradley; Pat Wilkinson; Barbara Smith; Marti Ooyevaar; Ann Brown. THIRD ROW: Janie Isbell, Karen Watson, Pam Jackson, Cathy Ford, Lois Shipley, Nancy Williams, Linda Everett, and Jane Ninde. 46
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X ' 5vS III FIRST ROW, left to right: Nancy Martin, at piano; Joe Lafuse, Donna Eliason, Pam Linkenhoker, Kathy Eliason, Sheila Jones, and Pat Maines. SECOND ROW: Mr. Miller, James Early, and Mike Hunt. Other students are from the junior high. It ' s small, but it can sure sound off. What are we talking about? The Swing Band, of course! The Swing Band is a select group of boys and girls chosen from members of the band. Mr. Miller is the leader of this swinging group. He chooses students for the Band. The Swing Band plays after concerts, and for certain activities around school. Do you like singing? Then you would like to listen to the high school chorus, rus is open to all girls who enjoy the field of music. The cho- FIRST ROW , left to right: Marcia Butler, Marilyn Wil- liams, Marjorie York, Anita Custard, Linda Musselman, Carol Warner, and Ann Ad- kins. SECOND ROW: Linda Jennings, Jean Martin, Betty Andrews, Jane Isb ell, Sharon Spence, Stella Benge, and Martha Evans.
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FRONT ROW, left to right: Ronald Fudge, John Cox, Bud Wetzel, Francis Widau, Fred Ander- son. SECOND ROW: Carl Wisecup, Larry Moore, Marion DeLucio, Duane Hamilton, Ron Roehler, Dave Tom, Dick Bush. THIRD ROW: Gary Fudge, Kent Wisecup, Dave Downing, Robert Evens, James Bailey, Larry Jenkins. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Rhoades, Rusty Jeanes, Ron- nie Henderson, Jim Heavenridge, Jerry Bell, Tom Layton, Larry Hensley, Bill Blansett. Varsity " C " Club is composed of boys who have received 6-inch letters in one of the fol- lowing sports: varsity basketball, baseball, football, tennis, golf, track, or cross country. The purpose of this club is to develop cooperation among athletes and to discuss the ways which athletes should act. The Varsity " C " Club sponsored the concession stand at the football games. FRONT ROW, left to right: Pam Linkenhoker, Treasurer; Sandy Adams, Secretary; Sandv Flee- nor, Vice President; Ray Leak, President. SECOND ROW: Nancy Henry, Norma Mercamp, Nancy Smith, Maryanne Wedding, Sharon Hawkins, Latonia French. THIRD ROW; John Russell, Judy Etzel, Nancy Martin, Marti Ooyevaar, Judy Bell, and Phillip Allen. One of our growing school organiza- tions, the Art Club, has a future which seems very promising. The most exciting part of the year for all the members comes in October when the " Haunted Hop " is held. There is the annual trip made to the L.S. Ayres Art Contest in Indianapolis.
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