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Hold it to you fast, and A U ' make the hour something that will last An hour's like a lifetime when looking back at spring And so, don't let the moment get away O D -50 l'm seven hundred winters From the boy I used to be, How did the boy I was, grow up to be a man like me? Seize the moment The moment here and now, and make the moment good and it will grow For moments fall like dry leaves Upon an autumn day And so don't let the moment get away. So take the minute And make it what you will Take it now or else you never will. ROD MCKUEN Q 15 ', I 0 C as ' ' I I I fs. i'- Q CHIPPEWA 1973 . . Volume XXVIV , 6 5 Z0 - 1 P N DO G Q00 ,I , , 'Q 15 ,' 'fy U Q D C X 0 g p OO! 3 i 1 C H I P P A C T L O N iii!!! ---i.. --.S- .Mi ..-Q, N-N. Nm!-. 5, H -,, I M1 c 1 A gn' 'L Ifizi N Q Q af .Naudia 'W-mv, m nigga M L. ,, wmwfvriwf -WN' fc if A , J 'NBC Q Y v ix MQFW' 5 is s. A un.- Q X an . 'Y' Lk M X -af , Fry? 0 "' , X 'S' JE 'TS if ' f Q ww .41 ki-.aiu ,-.Z-xx IM 3 ' 71' .,u+w...f,- 4, ,I ffly ' -10-I , . Z 4 Q ' ' if JW 'Sf S2--Wm A it . v .wwf .ff ,fm -H gf g M - Wa- xx ff-. ,L Jw '-wiezf +4 A Q . W- ' - ,M WX K 6 ,ZEA ,- My xg .mjfini N. . ., ff M- .s-1 mime: H Rm ww: Y w .... Q V f Xr.. 1.,g,i,yW,5:x wafxfme' 'f'??Li:1?i5is:2i Vw f ,, " -21, umuw , .0 I if ik wr 44 is .. :W TABLE OF CONTENT S The Year Organizations Faculty Classes Seniors Advertisements .. 1. , alifniiggf 94:32 74,4 Salsa . ,.9O?' : -Alf f 1351? 5.5 - -' 4 Q o e Q ,f-m2+:.f-2+ was Al'-2 .1 - -gg-.4-qmiwr. :ggi , .ag 55:52-f?5r.3g:g-1: irz ggso .-74' . , i, QP . JS .Q WTUU f K TXT' sl r N' . . Wpi .Q K 'W ' l n Q ab ' al 1 . . ' Q N WW? r L I 4 sh A ' Mfr" "5 4 ,f QE ' x ' Y V Ai f X - , ge , x ' uk' Q' Vlfyff ,II9'9'9'9",'Q Y'7.'Q'Q" 'yvvfv . S -,,-45.3 !'g':fQ'f?:'o' uma QA 1'..o.4.Q:m Qaaamfdx' p.L E U s Q. . O Q il Chipps go 8-3 for '72 Headed by Coach jim Boyden, the Chipps hoped for the WCL crown this year. At every game they displayed their fine talents and burning desire to win, but in the end had to settle for 3rd place. Receiving All County Awards were sophomore Clark Brownlow and seniors Paul Petit, Ed Busson, and Mark Van Horn Q PICTURED BOT.. TOM LEFTJ. Individual school awards were: Most Valuable player .. Paul Petit, Most Valuable Defensive Player - jeff Mills, and Most Valuable Lineman .. Ed Busson. Mark Van Horn was also named to the All District Team. 1. . as , wwf 'if' 5. putting us in 3rd place. TOP LEFT SENIOR VARSITY SQUAD: Co-Captains K. Vinez and J. Mills, P. Petit, J. Franks, M. Van Horn, J. Goodwill, P. Young, D. White, D. Musgrave, B. Miller, E. Busson. TOP RIGHT VARSITY SQUAD: K. Pullen, D. Busson, D. Petit, D. McEndree, A. Schmitt, K. Williams, B. Tester, B. Rohr, C. Brownlow, M. Shultz, G. Vinez, R. Petit, N. Smith. LEFT Clark Brown low shows his greatest talent . . . speed. BOTTOM LEFT Senior quarterback Paul Petit runs for one of his 10 touchdowns. BELOW Bill Tester leaves a trail of players behind as he runs for a touchdown. RIGHT ln a sideline conference Coach Boyden tells Paul Petit where to go. 13 HGSQ "-is if in D U fs' i Y ,. my s ,vi , TC X -ww A' .. M123 ' Q '- if' 'L 5-.ii f-waz. ,I H 525 4- x M , 515 -I ,- '1 Y 3 i I 9" . ii' 3' f, f 51 - -ei Lk ,X 3 ,V 5. Q. 5 -ww. V uw Q a,5ebefmfw' f'1?ff"k z ri 1 1 Lag 3, ik ff ' -T.jg-:iw .' ' ., ' if A 2:. V A eff,--,M H. , 3 , A -,Q . ' AlfX , W. s x"'..l . 1 x A -..... 4 ,- -f,:v-lm-.., W--A -:Q f -M-,Q-w.:e,.L . M f .f f Lf- was-n.4..:fs:-x1,:-ww ufwwf:-fy,fl-,,Ezf--:ion-.V f f :Mm-Q . - rf ff 1, -Juv M Bw? A Y L A J reg vfvm . , gpg, 6, ,., f,, I , 'J , 2 fs we m.,,H , ,kr M. J V.', i, w fs, any QM, , A 2 KS, E.. Ev E fk am . -va .f .. , , V ,, 1 rf fi' Q Mx gww-f 3' K ff Q1 I W., L. fy, . ,.., if iv, ,usp MIM ,ww 1Lp4f.w,,:2ww,- f . ..r,,M:i,abavf 1 f-.LM ' f ,TMF4-1 ,MV yr, 44,:-1,Qg,gf4- 212+ ' z, ?v,Qi.,,,K,gz,.k .,,. vr.. A L .,,, l.,5.,N.q ,... J , . V,,L, dv, . -, ,Qwwi www. . L ' A "-k. M fkL.' . K ' .Ak.'. A - ."- --kk - ' 1 W 5 x ',-. ' "f, , 25 ' O . 2 2 Rittm 1 2 O Wayne daieffz 9 1 3 6 LK,A Apalton V 21 2 0 . 13 kL.-' , ' -.h, Q" H g -V " Ti H11s1f.:gg5ggw1f'f12i , Q N, , 'V V if .J I 1 - W, 5 . A w A new track course is made by Chipps Making their way through muddy fields and uneven gound, CHS, for the first time took part in Cross Country Track competition. The men entered the sport with gre at enthusiam and much training under the direction of Tom Buch. Through the course of the season the Chipps picked up a 6-4 record. Upon the graduation of the four senior lettermen, Coach Buch is anticipating great support from underclassmen in the Coming year. BOTTOM FIRST ROW: C. Hughes, J. johnson, I-I. Hollingsworth, M. Ludwick, J. Milford, D. Kendig. ROW 2: M. Telin, T. Pappas, F. Hersman, G. Bidinger. ROW 3: W. Ashcraft, E. McCallum. TOP RIGHT: Focusing on the finish line, determination crosses the face of Jim Johnson. RIGHT: Taking a team member to one side for a last minute suggestion was not unusual for Coach Buch. BELOW: Discipline and training pays off as the rough course is endured by Ted Pappas. 2 5 3 Anas.. ..: awe - ,W e .. , . V, 4 , - ' Qian-we vw' N N .4 gi , , ,, , ,M , ' 5-tm! H ' sig-Q.s,zfFV if fivwf . , fifikgli A ' fs tariff f A Z. - ,, ,L., . - f,v,,ami'2w, .sms aa- 13 - F JXQQQF We 17 rf.M?f4Q,a,af+ .xainafrf 'V f ,f.a,:5fp,g,g35r,1Q Wi , ' 55532 I .,..L M gg? as tr, Q -Q. ffyf 4 t if Chipp Band performs under new director Under the direction of a new director, Martin Biviano, our band had a wonderful year! They had a lot of practice before school started and through football season and it really showed at the half-time football game shows. A lot: of the spirit at those games canie from the band with all their cheers backing up the Chipp team. Football season wasn't the only time the Chipp band displayed their talents. During basketball season they had a pep band that entertained at half.time and they also had a pop concert in February. UPPER LEFT: BAND OFFICERS Dale Foster, Secretary, Greg Foster, Lieutenant, Rick Murray, Treasurer, Kathy Petit, Captain. LOWER LEFT: Band Director Martin Biviano. BELOW: BAND SENIORS FIRST ROW: Rick Murray, Greg Foster, Carolyn Petit, Laurie Busson. ROW 2: Deb Camden, Lynn Willison, Kathy Petit, Laurie Chis.. nell. BOTTOM: MAIORETTES Pam Long, Diane Zelei, Kim Lance, Anita I-lanawalt, Becky Wooster, Denise Williams. -,-wa ' i ' ' 1 K V , ' -,w,...a-.H-4-H+-.v.........,,. L P 1 ' '- ' gg, N5 ,ggi djs' me si...i isii f i 5 e t s ,R ,ffi - ., , . , r L sste. srr' it ff it i A A ---' 7 e F 'V 4 srr 34' 5+ assii 5' 'fs if - ' -ff if t, i t stt,, trr ' 'F iii P to e sr t ,J ",f " f, I 'Y .' ' 4' 1' 1 , 1 , 5 1 wgagf "'lDQ'MF ' - f -, , .W .A ?f-as 7 40, , MM K Y ' 4 Q Q ,..,,:. Agn W N sn V pw x, ,. if I-P em 1, my W 21 ,MM v .k.. 3, My w , 1 1 1 v 1 k x f 5 QQ, 'S '51 '5 . .- -. e 1' 1 -a A , 1 F fi 7, ' , w 2 A if 2 - : Iii-Q 5 W 1, X -.1 M -Qfizfi 'L' 'wflfy I 5 '10 Y ...ff N ,,. ,pf . . ,--f M --" 'Zi 13. f55fLjgee.:w v N . . , 4: if? 'Q .5 - E' 1143 ' ' If . , A , L 'Pb . ggi' gig, wg-Q, if s as Aww! N ,- wwfgi, M QQ? ,-mandy M " 'E I . -11- N fl' 3 ' 1 9 S V, , . 1,5 " '73 Chipps bring home new basket record The 72-.73 Chipps all senior varsity took that first initial step to a long awaited winning basketball sea- son. In the up and down season, the Chipps just couldn't come up with three victories in a row, yet they achieved respect within their league. Not only with their physical play, and devastating fastbreak but also with their determination and finesse. Pride and ability were among many of the teams' attributes as they landed a pair of teammates on the all county selections. We hope in the coming years those future teams surbass the superiority and admiration of these senior players. Ein -Q 22 LEFT D-e..f.e..n-s-e defense, defense! LOWER Work it in! Work it in! Fight Ted, fight! RIGHT Put it in! We gotta win! UPPER RIGHT VARSITY A. Holden, J. Dannemiller, T. Pappas, J. Villers, D. Downs, C, Pignan, M. Vanl-Iorn, M. Whitman P. Petit, K. Westfall, D. Pavkov, G. Post, Coach Thompson. MIDDLE RIGHT BASKETBALL COURT A. Veilhaber, M. Chisnell, S. Aldrich, I. Rohr, Queen J. Dannemiller. RESERVE FIRST ROW J. Milford, G. Shaver, L, Lemaster, R. Gilcrest, B. Rohr, G, Sales, ROW 2 M, Zelei, F. Hersman, K, Pullen, R. Petit, J. Garcea, C. Brownlow. .--'lv'-s v fi? , a M7 K V ,gf-Z Q X, ls 4' qi' ff i V N gf A P no 5 aff A 1-, . h ri . . q ff. Q H 1" 1 ji if A L Q Jw if lt. , Q M, V ' R if . 49 " 55,1 Cl- Frm: 6-E n-L i Aim... Q ., .,,. ... Hays- 4 T- f-mf. -. .- .W,,...-V -Nzmr. - Wx . W . .. W , Aw . ge z'g1f.,J,- X: 'ES QSLV O . .. f M f O' . . W. A A. f l R , ,h ,g .,,- f ff . ffl., ,ff ,, .A.,-k H . 5 X' gg. ...., ':.g' "'J g-": .' K 'iyg ' , ' .... . ..l l... .l. - .. n ...M M 115011 ..t. . ke 55 J l f -f'J "' - . .mf 'g.2.,g,.. - f 94 , . Q rsdale Q 61 "f' " ,,,W. -"' ' ' WQW1? ..l. 72 h O 'o thwwestern 69 -.1. " 631 Dalton 1,. .L 52.. fffsfsi.Rirrman f1'59 ll H 6459 sssl W k,,.,, Q, 'g i f 27 6 . ristizih 43 fi 60 Waynedale ,, 1 68 67' ' 'No western gg ,--,f ' . 1 R ABOVE Come on, Art, up and in! BOTTOM FIRST ROW: Coach Schrock, M. Durbin, K. McKee, D. Young, M. Rohr, G. Paridon, M. Woodell, S. jusli, R. Stephens. ROW 2: G. Lemaster, T. Neiswander, I. Vercoe, S. Harvey, C. Carpenter, T. Marshall, M. Mills, T. Petit, S. Shultz. 4MM vv'A A w 1 f-naw - -- A-K-ff-W-N eff' jul ,-,,g,,.,,.. M .aw ff. K.f Dedication: A term only used b a CHS wrestler The 1972-73 Chippewa Grapplers were impressive as they entered the season. The over-all record was not as outstanding as expected, though several wrestlers proved exceptional. Dave Musgrave, Dan Bowli.ng, Denny White and Roy Stockwell were representatives for the Chipps at the sectionals. With the driving efforts of these four young men, improvement over last year's sectional record was apparent as this year we took 6th place. The team ended the season by voting Dave Musgrave "outstanding wrestler" and Denny White "most improved". TEAM FIRST ROW D. Osborne, T. Pelfrey, G. jones, D. Bowling, M. Neely, J. Osborne, M. Musgrave, D. Boyan, C. Blankenship. ROW 2 D. Ross, J. Baker, T. Schrock, D. Bowling, D. Keller, J. Morganstern, M. Reagen, R. Purdy, M. Schultz, G. Vinez, R. Roberts, J. Adamson, B. Bowling, Coach McGowan. ABOVE Only through total effort can you achieve as much as Dan has. LEFT Strategy is Coach McGowan's backbone for the team. 25 ui w..wu0l"i""""""" UPPER LEFT Let me at him is Bil1's only thought! UPPER RIGHT The team waits on a pin. Pin HIM! LEFT There is time left, so keep it cool Jerry. ABOVE just a moment is all you have to prepare for your match. 26 Chipps win first place again for seventh year The annual Boy's Volleyball Tournaments were held once again at Chippewa High. Our team entered compeijtion with much determination and enthusiasm. Eliminations continued until Central Chriatian and the Chipps remained to battle for first place. Central managed second, while the Chipps, coached by Mr. Moore, grasped their seventh consecutive first place trophy. VOLLEYBALL FIRST ROW 1: K. Vinez, J. Goodwill, G. Post, K. Drollinger, M. Lima. ROW 2: Coach Moore, T. Pappas, M. Van Horn, J. Franks, W. Ashcraft, F. Villers, M. Whitman. . . ,,- .,.,,,.-,.-Q1 .,,,,g5 A,,r,,.W , ,K gi.-w,.,,q.,, I - -4: 5- 1.-fxxrwfaa. -..i,:1mQ,..f-1t--- . ,,.,,., X. .., .. 5, .. 1. . . . .- - .- - wx, , ,W f M.:-.fmsr .a,xzrf,iw.f. i T ....1.. atte it T ma. An! in hifi 27 School population asse 4' ' V - , Q' 'ff - J, V .5?",??:5 .Q Q M . 1 ' " 'P """'- -"1 1 if ' ' 4 we + J .K if KL: 7 i n A A ' 'Li ' , 1, r , 47' 12. ' ' Q ' ' J if. E A 5 5 4 fit , ' a T' .M , kg L' F 5 , QV ' - jg, ' J' 1 ing, M 111 Q o 41 1 if ii 'wr . . . rf K5 1-, is V ,-,rr . kkk 8 is S ll 'r mbles for various events United States trampoline champion in both national and international competition, Bill Copp gave a special demonstration displaying his amazing skill and technique in a very strenous demonstration, talking and entertaining for 45 minutes. His easy banter and skill kept everyone interested and renewed an interest in the students in this sport. A new contemporary rock group "Life" also per- formed. Rev. Bob Harrington, Reb. Higgins, and Rev. Wisdom were guest speakers for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter chapels. Along with the special assemblies students showed great enthusiasm at the pep rallies during football and basket- ball. ABOVE LEFT Seniors present their spirit chain to Coach Boyden. ABOVE CENTER Taking over the role of the cheerleaders, Kevin Westfall and Gene Post lead the seniors in a cheer. ABOVE RIGHT At Thanksgiving Chapel, Mr. Kochanski and Mrs. Watts explain the mean.. ing of I. A. L. A. C. FAR LEFT I'm a little teapot short and . . . LEFT Varied reactions toward the speaker are shown by the students expressions. LOWER LEFT Everyone quietyl listens to the coach as he tells what the odds are of winning the game. BELOW Another victory at the pep rally. LEFT Guest speaker Rev. Bob Harrington. 29 Q5 f Chipp Thespians present "meet me in St. Louis" Mr. Smith is being sent to New York to be the head of the plant office. When he breaks the news to his family, they are appalled. They don't want to move from St. Louis because the World's Fair is about to begin. The children act like hoodlums to prove their father "can't even manage his own family". They outrage Mr. Smith's boss to the point that he fires their father. Mr. Smith eagerly waits to be called back to work. With the children trying to handle the situation, Mr. Smith hears nothing of the disastrous consequences until the night of the fair. When his boss asks him to return to the St. Louis office, he offers him a raise. Excited with the news, the family leaves for the fair - the "cream of the world". LEFT " . . . dig a tunnel. . . to Mrs. Waughop's steps . . . when she's walking on her lawn, I'll jump out and bite her arm. " LOWER LEFT "john with Lucille!" LOWER "First - my hair was yanked out - then I was smacked twice and she almost threw a lamp at me. Now they've started derailing trolleys!" UPPER RIGHT "l thought later--when we're all together. " FAR UPPER RIGHT "You're just a runny-nose little brat. " MIDDLE RIGHT "You talk like an imbecile, Agnes. " FAR MIDDLE RIGHT "Praise the Lord and all the saints. " LOWER RIGHT PLAY CAST AND CREW FIRST ROW: Eric McCallum, jack Baker, Francie Konich, Mickey Genet, jean Busson, Brenda Darby, Art Holden, Beth Bailey, Gail Miller, Brad Villers, Michelle Major, Carrie Galehouse, Sue Riegel. ROW 2: Anita Waite, Sharon Tredway, Deb Speicker, Helen Ste- vens, Terry Adamson, Deb Barat, Linda Carpenter, Mary Cikra, jean jones, Sharon Knicely, Sue McEndree, Sheila Haney, Ioan Speicher. ROW 3: Mr. Kohanski, Deb Kendig, Ruth Browning, Paul Busson, Mike Shultz, Terry Petit, Karen Jarvis, Carolynn Petit, Vicki Stadler, Sally Sher- man, Shelly Abt, Chris Warren, Frank Hersman. ROW 4: Sue Easter-day, Doug Pavkov, Dave Garcea, Mike Hopkins, Carl Hummel, Doug Root, Jim johnson. Missing is Mr. johnson, director. 30 ......... X.. Rainy weather plaques Chipps baseball team i "We showed up for all the games", said Chipps coach Rod Thompson. But bad luck and bad weather seemed to get in the way of repeating last year-'s winning season. Better luck next year guys! Series LEFT On the mound, Mike Molnar shows his style. BELOW Pausing for a moment Senior Art Holden receives a signal from 3rd base coach. Series RIGHT Does jeff Mills really know what he is talking about? FAR RIGHT Ready for the pitch Art Holden anticipates a home run. BELOW RIGHT BASEBALL TEAM FIRST ROW: Seniors P. Petit, J. Mills, W. Ashcraft, D. White, A. Holden, T. Pappas, M. Cihlar, Stat. S. Parsons. ROW 2: Coach Thompson, R. Mollohan, S. Steffenson, M. Molnar, R. Winkler, K. Pullen, R. Petit, C. Dignan, K. Williams, Batboys: S. lindeman, J. Santmeyer. K ,K ' , t 1 32 La' . wg, 5un ,.-L? Q - X lx . fx QW PPS VKX P P5 .V .A ik., mf fx P fgmppg , H 6' ,QMPP3 1 'pp 1 3, 5 L:,, " x,XkX?P.5' W, iff air QAXPPK 'ifijidfni 33 in Chipps girls becoming more involed in sports RIGHT During practice K. Santmyer takes a slide with K. England ready to tag her out. BELOW Leading the way down court, T. Garcea is followed close behind by the opponents. BELOW RIGHT SOFTBALL FRONT ROW: J. Huffman, j. Garcea, P. Prebynski, J. Eisenhauer, T. Garcea, P. Baughman. ROW 2: S. Shultz, J. Busson, K. Santmyer, L. Roberts, R. Saeger, K. England. ROW 3: B. Aldrich M. Monbarren, J. Daniels, A. Stahl, S. Williams. BOTTOM BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Co-Capt. J. Daniels, M. Cikra, L. Carpenter, Co-Capt. D. Ashley. ROW 2: D. Barat, J. Garcea, P. Rohr, T. Garcea, B, Aldrich, J. Garcea, K. Kun, L. Roberts, V. Kun, M. Chisnel, J. Rohr, J. Eisenhauer. 5 35 73 Chippewa golfers are all ready to win 36 ii is I ff 'if f W. .fs f . :wire ., V t'f1ff:?5fi5EE711i'. dwg? hifi U21-YS5T5f4i-5i f "2 xi . J' 3 ? , . . ,. ,... 'FA Y X 51? is 12.125, S 5? 1 gi, X Q 'SX ,gg dim. va- The 1973 Chipp Golfers were out-standing even though the majority of the team were rookies. The only returning player was Roger Gilcrest who sub- sequently lead the Varsity. The Team consisted of only one senior, thus giving next year's team great possibilities. This years coaching was done by Coach McGowan, who has high hopes for our FUTURE golf- ers. Roger Gilcrest received the second year award and Terry Petit the lowest average award. These were presented on awards day. Good-luck to next year's team, for they could take the league championship. UPPER LEFT VARSITY I. Neely, I. Baker, R. Gilcrest. T. Petit. UPPER MIDDLE An ATTEMPT is made by Roger. UPPER RIGHT I bet he couldn't hit the broad side of a barn. LOWER LEFT RESERVE I. johnson, J. Genet, N. Smith, I. Paridon. BOTTOM What is Norm doing, lining up a tee shot? Dumb ! -:.i.5f,y,, -A v.. yeh. ' f 4 I. :file iv ff"f . , f 'I A .."', ' ' 5? Dpylestowigjgyy qgi' , Opponent 55 T J orwayne 35 4 8 u w-man 1 , 8. I ymirhvilie 1 - ' , ' yi-ff':g,L,fZi,'f.1..-if A " 55 li ,itii Orwayne 35 'Rittman 7 is , Smithville 2 ' 2 Waynedale V 2 3, A H I Jiir ' W 'lf .. , iw .. . .. .,VA M 3, ' -..i .. . .iis , I, I 't.. ,.,. ' din ,s 1 p Freshman take lead in intramural day competiton J , V. is a KU., N--... -,,wy ay ? QUDQKS3' K Because of popular dem and by the students the Intramural program was changed from tribe to class competition. Through the year up to Intramural Day the Sophomores held first place, Juniors second, Freshman third, and Seniors last. By the end of the day the Freshman were in first place followed by the Sophomores, Seniors, and juniors. ABOVE LEFT Everyone jumps for the rebound. ABOVE It's another hit! RIGHT Sophomore Karen Kun pauses a moment before shooting her foul shot. FAR UPPER RIGHT In their tournament chess match Don Matthews waits for Greg Harvey to make his next move. LEFT lean Garcia gets ready to block Donna Paridon's kick. FAR CENTER RIGHT Intramural Managers M. Mills, I. Garcia, R. Mollohan, Mr. Moore, Mrs. Leksan, J. Busson, K. Williams, B. Aldrich, C. Berger. NOT PICTURED R. Browning. LOWER LEFT In order to win the Carolyn Petit must keep her mind on the game. BELOW The Senior girls seem to have met their match. FAR LOWER RIGHT With Eva Adkins the juniors score another point. 38 HL... Chipp track team has BELOW john Garcia discusses long jump techniques with the Coach. RIGHT Coaches Buch and Schrock, locking up following a victory. FAR RIGHT Awaiting his turn to run, Don Kendig warms up. BELOW RIGHT Track tea team, FIRST ROW1 K. Westfall, D. Pavkov, M. Lud- wick, S. Schultz, D. Young, 1. Milford, F. Hersman. ROW 2 E. McCallum, M. Van Horn, D. Matthews, T. Schrock, R. Robinett, ROW3 G. Post, K. Vinez, L. Lemaster, D. Kendig, D. Dwons, T. Krouse, J. Hol- lingsworth. BELOW LEFT Westfall speeds: down the track and over the hurdles. LEFT Hurling the shot with all his strength, is the almighty Mark Van Horn. , we exceptionally good record despite wet season mgagf M f. 1' "Ml 'W Y This year's track team ran a majority of their meets on a wet track. However, despite the rain, they managed to pull an excellent record. Many meets had to be rescheduled, and some were can- celled, due to the rain. The Chipps kept their spirit and showed few signs of discouragement. UPPER RIGHT, The most dedicated runner, Eric McCallum, is first to cross the finish line. LOWER LEFT, With arms in the air, Frank Hersman ends a race clinching first place. BELOW With a giant leap, Hollingsworth soars into the air. CENTER The shot is hurled into the air by Don Downs. UPPER RIGHT Statistics for track this year were kept by, F. Konich, I. Daniel, D. Ashley and L. Shaver. FAR RIGHT, With baton in hand john Garcia, proudly finishes the relay. FAR BELOW Track Court for this year were, Soph. P. Rohr, Sr. D. Ashley, Queen S. Reeves, jr. A. I-Ianawalt, Fr. T. Garcia. RIGHT CENTER, Prepared for the start, Larry Lemaster concentrated on the track ahead. 'fa ""2 I f my X ,K-Li gli, 2. - Q45 n ,L Jn ,fi . My .,L,,.,W nn, 1 , iw-,wk ,-sm, ,5 . H fvuH'4" m u V , ' fig 5 f . 1, ?,fLwuw,, - ,.f., , wmv fwiiqf ' M-- ggm .3 FK,:,K,f:ug Y Z2 -.wg f' Q 1 i Y' ,r - ,Lf I M - A V f i 1 f- 1' ' e. f41.,i'f. i' . 1-T55 wfaffv 's mg-,fx-.V fzigj. .. fl W1 f -' ,, I wif' f ' " 1 u W f i g 'f . A 3 i va ,fin '9 Qin ' xxp i ., ,JH 3+ Fa' 'fl 'rf 4 A" 2 .sf Hg or M5 nt . 8 ' 3 prom ascends the 'stairway to heaven' "Stairway to Heaven" was the theme chosen by the juniors for Prom 1973. After a promenade at the school the Couples were escorted to the Norton Brown Derby for dinner and dancing to the sounds of Larry Patchwork and the Patchwork. Individual pictures of the couples were taken by a photographer from Sy1vart's Studio and the evening ended with a showing of the recent movie "Hote1. " 4 uv ww A ' 5aa111ag2,. N 'M' 4 Lil? fs:-fMlW..,f 'H , ' K 1 f 4 5 1 "",Jw e A Scholasti ch nt takes spot :,- ul' On Thursday, May 24, the yearly awards assembly was held in the gym. Awards were presented in many fields of achievement including biology, physical fitness, music, French and various clubs and activities. Mr. Gerald Reeves of the local American Legion announced the delegates for Boys' and Girls' State to be held this summer. Tom Cunningham and Norm Smith will represent the boys and Cathy Santmyer and Nina Smith will learn how our government operates as the representatives for the girls. The NHS Service Awards went to Freshman: Ann Petit and Terry Petit, Sophomores: Michelle Magier and Don Downs, Juniors: Beth Bailey and Norm Smith, and Seniors: Ruth Browning and Paul Petit. jean Dannemiller and Keith Drollinger were given the Outstanding Senior Award recognizing them for their effort and many hours of work voluntarily done for their class and school. Eric McCallum and jean Dannemiller were this years' recipients of the national Danforth "I Dare You" award. This award is given as a challenge to the student to continue to serve his community, family and country. The john Philip Sousa Award was created to honor the outstanding graduating senior who has contributed the most in the music field at their school and this year the music teachers and students chose Kathy Petit. Deb Kendig was presented with the first place trophy in the State Typing Contest and will go on to National Com- petition. jim Villers was presented with a partial scholarship to Wayne Technical College. The last recognitions given were in the area of out- standing scholastic achievment as the Valedictorian and Salutatorian were presented to the student body, Carrie Galehouse achieved the highest honor, vale- dictori an, and jean Busson was salutatorian. FAR LEFT TOP Americanism Test Awards were presented by Mr. Reeves and Mr. Harris to Norm Smith and Deb Kendig. MIDDLE Trophies were presented to Eric McCallum by Mr. Shrock for Most Valuable Player, Best Point Average per Event, and Most Dedicated Runner. BOTTOM A Biology award is presented by Mr. Moore to Mark Ludwick. LEFT TOP "Boy Eric, you sure got a lot of goodies!" BOTTOM County original poetry winner Gail Miller and short story winner Andy Berenyi are congratulated by Miss Sturpe. BELOW Certificates were presented to French students Sue Rohr, Steve Harvey, and Keith Williams by Mrs. Watts. RIGHT TOP A trophy was presented to Frank l-lersm an by Mr. Shrock for being the Most Improved Runner. BOTTOM An award for golf was presented by Mr. McGowan to Terry Petit. "'k 1-ill i , g osx F rn IIV' 'Wg We are not afraid of tomorrow for vve have A A 2 .ff -an r fr rr fy S A The senior class of 1973 were the first graduating class in many years to have commencement exercises indoors due to had weather. Out of the class of 144, 33 Gold Cord Graduates were honored as the class came together for the last time to hear class speakers and to receive their diplomas. LEFT Class of 1973 valedictorian Carrie Galehouse and Salutatorian jean Busson. BELOW LEFT TO RIGHT The class gathers in the hall before commencement and during the exercises Rev. Kilgo gives the invocation. BOTTOM LEFT TO RIGHT The class watches as Kathy Petit receives her award for being one of the top eight students in the Class. 4 8 2 seen yesterday and love today. -, 52 '-0-....,,M,. Q Y A s ? s' af., Q ff? . R i . - lbmh S . Xvluxd -. ' xrlln LXWX nj 'll rl Hung flhlm ,. . --Q.. ,p ,. mm. www 1. U1..uxx -1 2 fi 'K X TOP LEFT TO RIGHT Class speakers for commence- ment were Kathy Poor "The Twelve Year Lesson", Keith Drollinger "The Next Challenge, " and Carrie Galehouse "The Weighing of Values." MIDDLE GOLD CORD GRADUATES FRON ROW D. Kendig, B.,Darby, M. Stanley, C. Galehouse. ROW 2 J. Dietry, j. Dannemiller, D. Whitman, M. jones. ROW 3 L. Shaver, E. McCallum, D. Ashley, F. Konich, C. Swain, N. Sleeth, H. Stevens, T. Pappas ROW 41. Busson, K. Petit, S. Riegel, G. Ross, D. Camden, D. Musgrave, K. Porr, S. Aldrich, A. Holden. ROW 5 N. Jackson, R. Murray, J. Goffinet, G. Bidinger, K. Yerian, R. jenkins. s TOP LEFT Receiving the PTA scholarship from President Bill jones is Sue Aldrich. TOP RIGHT The class' last walk together. MIDDLE LEFT Lions Club President Fred Galehouse presents a scholarship to Eric McCallum. MIDDLE RIGHT Singing the Alma Mater is a class tradition demonstrated by seniors Deb Allison and Pat Anderson. BOTTOM LEFT After receiving his diploma Dennis Daniel gives Superintendent Dr. Jarvis a firm handshake. xx C5 K8 dl.. Q9 X b 35 1.153 f . ,,,Q- A i A geszywgm -ff Y fx A ' m S ' K' .. i W'i'9Ibi9w , ' . I 1 1 , 1- nh 1 1, ,-p N-1 - , ,, Activities New events - new faces - sees new year . book ANNUAL STAFF Editor- - . . . . . Debbie Kendig 2 Ass't Editor, . , , , , ,,,,,,, Charles McKnight Activities, , , , ,,,,,, , , , Kathy Porr, Editor Marilyn Olson, Penny Durbin, Sue Reigel Sports ,,,,,,,,,,.,, Donna Paridon, Editor Mike Stanley, Charlie McKnight, Gail Miller Business .,,,,,, Kris Ludwick, Business Manager '-i' , e:Me,e Cass Adams, Sally Sherman ez -,:,:-4: Q in sig: i ag? 2 x 'ff y B fir Classes ,,,,,,,,,,,, Earl Steffensen, Editor Z ? Jayne Daniel, Mary Wells, joan Speicher Senior Section ,,,,,, Jean Busson, Shelia Haney Artist ................ Michelle Masief Photographers ,,,, Rick Murray, Head Photographer zziibi W Mike Stanley, Charlie McKnight, Don Matthews, Gail Heil, Donna Turner Advisor ............... MPS- DOHS MHPPHY UPPER RIGHT As Editor, Deb received helpful A fe W suggestions from Mr. Parks, the American Yearbook ' L,,, Rep. LOWER The 1972-73 Chippewa Annual Staff A Q . . gd as iii' 59 ra 3, E EL! W KE is in l ilzzii i A mp 2 i N Fig'-'-S ,L S, P ' Q Kee? Q 5. 4. . f 'ff ' TQ 447 i 5.3 "-5... -4 I -arP""""'TT ' tts au-1--'r""""TM TOP AD STAFF ABOVE During activiw period many annual staff members meet to work on deadlines as Earl and others prove. UPPER LEFT Many hours are spent after school in the annual room behing the typewriter as Sue demonstrates. LEFT An advisor comes in handy: Mrs. Murray checks over Earl's pages. Pace set for student body by representatives Representing the student body, this year's Student Council began by sending representatives to Area Student Council, where they planned for Youth 'n Government and Student Exchange. Student Council held the Annual Homecoming Dance, entitled "Those Were the Days". To begin a new annual event, they held a canned food drive called the "Biggest Heart Contest". A plaque was made to give to the winning class each year. This year it was given to the seniors. Student Council also organized and held the first Basket- ball Homecoming Court at Doylestown. LEFT At one of the meetings, Mike Stanley listens atten- tively while Carrie Galehouse expresses her point of view. LOWER' LEFT STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS jean Busson, secretary, Carrie Galehouse, vice president, Kathy Porr, president, Nina Smith, treasurer. LOVVER RIGHT As a Student Council Representative, Ann Petit exhibits her consideration in the subject being discusses. LOVVER STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Terry Petit, Nina Smith, ROW 2: Larry Lemaster, Kathy Porr, ROW 3: Ted Pappas, Deb Barat, Carrie Galehouse, ROW 4: Norm Smith, Ann Vielhaber, Jean Busson, Keith Drollinger, ROW S: Mike Stanley, Carol Camden, Greg Bidinger, Karen Porr, ROW 6: Clinton Beardsley, Suda Collins, Paul Busson, Nita Swain, ROW 7: Sue Hersman, Ann Petit, Michelle Lepley, ROW 8: Mr. Kochanski, Richard Genet. Missing: Bob Miller and Cindy Whitehead. .ev ,X A f-w gsnuvw Msqgfhm .XX g In a Student Council meeting the typical moods and feelings of members are expressed. At TOP, President Kathy Porr finds time for humor in conducting meetings. The seriousness of the issue on hand is reflected, at LOWER LEFT, by Bob Mi11er's concentration. Treasurer Nina Smith, TOP RIGHT, snickers as she reports on the financial situation. Towards the end of the meeting, Norm Smith and Jim Johnson, LOWER RIGHT, relax while lis- tening to the discussion. 55 Teachers, speakers gain valuable experience BELOW Some of Marcia Hartman's students seem to be more interested in her than their lessons. RIGHT Debate Team FIRST ROW: Mr. Dulin, S. Haney, I. Busson. TOP ROW G. Bidinger, E. Steffenson. BOTTOM FTA FIRST ROW C. Swain, D. Paridon, I. Dannemiller, Mrs. Cikra. ROW 2 D. Speicher, H. Stevens, S. Hers.. man, K. Drollinger, V. Anderson. ROW 3: C. Lepley, S. Tredway, K. Lance, I. Butzer, M. Petit, M. Hart- man, A. Brown. FAR BOTTOM NFL FIRST ROW E. Steffenson, I. Busson, Miss Sturpe, M. Magier. ROW 2 C. Galehouse, C. Hollis, S. Haney, M. Wells, J. Speicher, M, Genet, S. Tredway, J. Hersman. ws ? Q f l I T T , FFA, librarians are ac Ive I n sc oo fL: J gf LEFT FFA award winners Bob Miller and Karl Stephens 'Q "' is pose with their trophies. LOWER LEFT FFA FIRST ROW L qptttppq M, ' J. wang, K. Stephens, T. sfeek. Row 2 M. Befmen, . 2 ifp??e"+p R. Miller, R. Ste ehens. LOWER RIGHT How canl look an fr ser-ee . 3 - e ei' P . L up zygophylaceous when I can't even spell 1t, ? wonders -e" ly vfS?Qffi-Y, A I Tom Smith. BOTTOM Librarians D. Hoover P. Ander- fm- - -1 .ff -vre M wr . I' - . f . . ' ' pV,p .A K son, L. Chlsnell, Mrs. Sterenberg, B. Darby, D. Kendig. ' .. re ff E M 1 5 Seq? , ltt - - 4 gan . F..' Vf4fw2i3Cf9'VemfriFf"',"- Mir t f? ,. i'T- "ffl" . -T . ,vrg4ggggg4r' V, 5 bfi ,'-,, 1 L e.xMafr W! ffl HT !'f'I9I"F9lOlQl9LiliLi - , pxll X , Mu, .... Kim R' This year the National Honor Society inducted 11 new members to their club. These students were selected by the faculty by their outstanding qualities which include: leadership, scholastic ability, and character. TOP Old members FIRST ROW T. Pappas, K. Petit, K. Drollinger, J. Busson, D. Kendig. ROW 2 S. Reigel, K. Porr, C. Swain, S. Rohr, G. Foster, S. Aldrich. ROW 3 D. Camden, H. Stevens, C. Galehouse, P. Young, B. Aldrich, R. Petit, K. Williams, MIDDLE Three seniors show their serenity after they are chosen to enter National Honor Society. RIGHT New members FIRST ROW A. Holden, E. McCallum. ROW 2 D. Hoover, C. Camden, B. Darby, S. Hersman, N. Smith. Not pictured S. Haney, G. Bidinger, R. jenkins, J. Butzer. 58 fl YPPN :X BELOW Messing in the sink is the safest way! BELOW MIDDLE ART CLUB BOTTOM SCIENCE CLUB FIRST ROW: Laurie Chisnell, Brenda Darby, Sue Hersman, Craig Nedrow, Clinton Beardsley. ROW 2: Sue Easterday, Pat Farrell, Donna Turner, Beth Bailey, Mr. Moore, Charlie McKnight. RW E x 'QT .mv I '- 1 '1 'rs 3 M- 155- 5 -,,. Enthusiasm and spirit is vital for chipps' victory RIGHT FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS Michelle Lepley, Sue Steiner, Karen Williams, Carla England. MIDDLE RE.. SERVE AND VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Jo Paridon, Marilyn Adkins, Sue Aldrich, Helen Stevens, Jacquie Langguth, Sue Rohr, Kathy Santrneyer, Peg Rohr, Chris Swain, and Donna Paridon. BELOW PEP CLUB FIRST ROW: Sue Aldrich, Linda Carpenter, Mary Cikra, Francie Konich, Deb Ashley, Diane Zelei, secretary- treasurer, Anne Vielhaber, vice president, Jean Danne- miller, president, Jeanne Daniels, Terry Adamson, Lauren Shaver, John Dannemiller, Kathy Porr. ROW 2: Keith Drollinger, Helen Stevens, Donna Paridon, Jean Jones, Chris Swain, Brenda Darby, Deb Kendig, Laurie Chisnell, Jean Busson, Sheila Haney, Kathy Petit, Jim Villers, Sue Riegel. ROW 3: Michelle Lepley, Kathy Santmeyer, Jacquie Langguth, Barb Haller, Janice Huffman, Shelly Abt, Peg Rohr, Cheryl Busson, Pat Rohr, Sue Willaims, Deb Villers. ROW 4: Darlene Ashley, Ann Petit, Ginger Carpenter, Dorene Zelei, Lou.Ann Fleming, Barb Hajek, Karen Porr, Vicky Jones, Sally Sherman, Joyce Paridon, Penny Durbin, Joan Speicher. ROW 5: Renay Whitman, Sue Steiner, Vicki Anderson, Sue Mclindree, Vickie Stadler, Jayne Daniel, Val Kun, Mara Chisnell, Kathy Metheny, Jo Paridon, Marcy Konich, Marilyn Adkins. Choir performs to highlight special occasions RIGHT CHOIR OFFICERS Earl Steffensen, president, Lane Yerian, vice president, Laurie Chisnell and Deb Barat, librarians, Kathy Porr, secretary - treasurer. LOWER LEFT Accompanist Sue Williams watches to see when the choir is ready to begin. LOWER RIGHT HARMONETTES FIRST ROW: Brenda Darby, Beth Bailey, Sue Riegel, Francie Konich, Kathy Porr, Sue Williams. ROW 2: Sharon Knicely, Sheila Haney, Linda Roberts, Mary June Hoff, Carol Camden, Karen Williams, Barb Aldrich. LOWER CHOIR MEMBERS FIRST ROW: Deb Barat, Sue Williams, Kathy Porr, Jackie Languth, Beth Bailey, Dawn Miller, Francie Konich, Helen Stevens, Pam Adkins, Kathy Daniels, Sue Steiner, Sue Riegel, Laurie Chisnell, Tammy Steiner, Laurie Vinez, Chris Swain. ROW 2: Mary Busson, Tony Freeman, Sheila Adkins, Pam Geiser, Janice Huffman, Barb Aldrich, Jack Baker, Earl Steffensen, Lynne Chapman, Brenda Craddock, Mary Wells, Joan Speicher, Linda Roberts, Deanne Williams, Norma Boggs, Mary June Monbarren. ROW 3: Karen Williams, Jeanne Daniels, Lauren Shaver, Carol Camden, Mary June Hoff, Ken Vinez, Jeff Mills, Rod Lemmon, Phil Young, Greg Vinez, Dan Petit, Tom Krouse, Clark Brownlow, Lane Yerian, Karen Jarvis, Suzanne Easterday, Deb Camden, Mr. Leatherman. 61 is Athletic sports is th . ,, wx 'W J s "f"'u1,..l. Sw ' w w. 5,- . . , - ' ',I' C a5-S-'W I rl' e name ofthe game UPPER LEFT One, Two, Three, Kick! UPPER RIGHT Kitty and Karen 'cake a break in the action. LEFT Barb always gives it all she's got! BELOW GAA FIRST ROW: L. Willison, I. Stollings, M. Cikra, F. Konich, D. Ashley, J. Daniel, B. Aldrich, S. Shuman, L. Busson, L. Shaver, T. Adamson, L. Carpenter, P. Adkins, A. Waite, K. Heil, K. Petit, I. Dannemiller. ROW 2: A. Brown, D. Barat, M. Konich, A. Vielhaber, S. Abt, B. Haller, P. Prebynski, P. Long, S. Williams, J. Paridon P. Durbin, I. Gifford, D. Paridon, H. Stevens, M.' Dietry, B. Darby. ROW 3: N. Boggs, J. Huffman, C. Warren, C. Lepley, J. Busson, K. Lepley, K. Lance, V. Kun, D. Zelei, S. Sherman, S. Collins, D. Willers, D. Williams, C. Swain, P. Rohr, I. Langguth, V. Stadler ROW 4: D. Ahsley, S. Riegel, S. Treadway, L. Gil- crest, J. Butzer, D. Speicher, C. Fretwell, G. Miller, T. Flickinger, P. Durbin, j. Daniel, G. Heil, M. Monbarren, D. Hoover, S. Rohr, S. Aldrich, S. Hers- man,. M. Chisnell, S. McEndree, P. Vetter. ROW 5: K. Kisner, C. Smith, P. Rohr, P. Reeves, M. Hoff, A. Stahl, D. Foster, D. Hanawalt, L. Roberts, R. Saiger, K. Keller, V. Anderson, M. Hartman, L. Newiswander, J. Paridon, M. Adkins, C. Santmeyer, D. Turner, K. Kun. BOTTOM LETTERMEN FIRST ROW: T. Krouse, J. Neely, N. Smith, E. McCallum, J. Milford, G. Foster, R. Gilcrest. ROW 2: Mr. Thompson, D. Pavkov D. Downs, J. johnson, D. Kendig, I. Hollingsworth, W. Ashcraft, G. Hollis. ROW 3: P. Petit, B. Steiner, M. Shultz, G. Post, K. Pullen, R. Petit, R. Hersman. s 3 French and Spanish Clubs present Mardi Gras The biggest and most publicized event this year for our foreign language clubs was the Mardi Gras. For this holiday the cafeteria was decorated half in French and half in Spanish style and they sold pastries to those in study hall. Then during activity period a king and queen were chosen and they celebrated with pastries and punch. BELOW: Mardi Gras queen and king for French Clubg Patti Prebynski and Mike Schultz. BELOW MIDDLE: French Club. BOTTOM: Spanish Club. RIGHT: Mardi Gras king and queen for Spanish Clubg Clinton Beardsley and Sharon Knicely. ,,,t , Lf I fa 4 Y, 6.19" ,is 0,f?l L3 G Exam' COS and FBLA meet challenges of business RIGHT While organizing papers, Pam Adkins has to stop , a minute to find the right stack. BELOW Members of the COS program committee make final plans for their spring banquet. BOTTOM COS FIRST ROW B. Bailey, P. Anderson, J. Gifford, M. Dietry, I. Stollings. ROW 2 Mrs. Bailey, S. Easterday, S. Shumas, P. Adkins, S. Reeves, S. McEndree, G. Heil, V. Anderson, S. Sher.. man, V. Stadler, Mr. Vagnini. ROW 2 P. Prebynski, D. Zelei, V. Kun, D. Kendig, J. Paridon, M. Adkins, P. Adkins, K. Williams, P. Rohr. ROW 3 P. Vetter, P. Archer, L. Schmitt, D. Ashley, A. Stahl, S. Collins, L. Busson, M. Dietry, K. Keller. in-., v OWE program provides worthwhile experience 1' ei: f I' i i f,i :': kkrr K 9, LEFT Checking the oil is all part of the daily routine for Dan Marshall. BELOW While Charlie Willhite makes his decision on what flavor, Ioan Koprivnik waits patient- ly. BOTTOM OWE FIRST ROW P. Adkins, D. Tomayko, A. Adams, D. Bowling, I. Koprivnik. ROW 2 D. Allison, V. Beachy, L. Koscis, S. Ferguson, P. Carpenter, M. Kennell. ROW 3 Mr. McGowan, S. Blankenship, B. Wyatt, I. Burke, F. Stanger. Not pictured R. Bailey, R. Ledford. Mm 65 Ski and pneuma new active clu bs at CHS This year was the first for Pneuma Club. It was a small group that worked together with Miss Sturpe and Sheila Haney and published a small book of fifty pages. lt consisted of original poems and artwork by our high school students. They worked hard all year and put out a nice piece of work. Mr. Parfitt worked with a group of students instruc- ting them on skiing The weather d1dn't cooperate too Well but they did have a few sessions and many good times Berenyi, A. Holden, S. Haney. ROW 2: Miss Sturpe, R. Browning, C. Petit, K. Petit, C. Camden BELOW SKI CLUB M Sneddon, A Berenyi, Mr Kochanski A. Waite, S. Easterday, B. Bailey, D. Franks M 'J' :Lili 3912 1' Ti. ,Z ggjffyqg'-9'1.','?3iW,' U E ig YE ,.. .27 , qt .1 'ar . Sl 6 K e fl , .L . i, .. at Q "ri?'1'1Ql1L ,...ff '. Qfll 7 P i 22 7' ' . gy, ,, ,. ......,,,,, ig, 5 A BOTTOM PNEWMA STAFF FIRST ROW: J. Busson, A. J S , i S Petit, A. Brown, L. Neiswander, I. Daniel, I. Hersman, C. Hollis, I-I. Roerich, D. Weyand, Mr. Parfitt, D. Putt, N. Smith, N. Smith, J. johnson, J. Hollingsworth. .-sul.-4323 66 ,T , XS E5-EE QX L.. ---... Chipp unite for north central accreditation . ' wiffzqi..-5 an ,wsivtf 1, .if S ,i, .1 ,- 7 . 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Hartz Mrs. Watkins S Dr. Jarvis ik? px.. . mr Q2 fi? for 1 -I. 'SA L...-I OFFICE GIRLS J. Busson, D. Kendig, B. Darby, L. Busson, J. jones, T. Adamson, L. Carpenter, D. Villers, S. Tredway, S. Riegel, S. Shutway, Mrs. Kraemer E33 N-W3 Mrs. Naglic and Mrs. Haertel Mr. Watkins gf ,td BOARD Mrs. Galehouse, Mr. Williams, Mr. Jarvis, Dr. Gilcrest, Mr. Marshall, Mrs. Leksan MR. LEATHERMAN MRS. CIKRA MR. BARTON MR. KOCI-IANSKI and MR. JOHNSTON 70 MR. MCGOWAN MRS. WATTS MR. SPIRES R" Q hp..-a--M mv MISS DENNIS MR. SCI-IROCK N 7 1 Q r MR. JOHNSON MRS . LEKSAN MISS STURPE MRS . STERENBERG 2 g .. ,.Q.., M M S N, 565' " - K i' . - Ie 6' 9, ' Mgfw awww kb LW Qi wwwmhm QA 4 4 V Q A ,, A .,,.,,SM,,..M,. , L ,.:5 yy, f wh- f :s?m',.E.,,.,-ft. , M 5 . m-'1,. wf.- f .4 - H5 ? Nw, A ,a w ' M. -. .. I ,3,Qifg , z5g - . , Q V S --" . - ,.S, , Q.w,.. ., ., ,. , ,V - gefiggg, , - ' 'f fhyff' -I MRS MURRAY MR. MOORE and MR. PARFITT I 1, fe ay. .LV MM 1 .21-cfkffg..:FT-ffgl-,--i-' ' ug: ' ' f,,,. ., ..f, I,-5 7.1 ,E mammalian, , gh! 'K 2 M M Q ., ' M , ,Lis . V V MT'-f,fXf,53:f 'W' ,MY xx K .5 . sf igsik fg ,L .. f ,Q-, ,'- ' fa my M-1' in 'N , r f ' MR . THOMPSON MR. IANDIS MR. VA GN INI MRS . BAILEY MRS. COLLIER if ,pf ,mv 'WW 027, C:'rf7 Tfivfuf. Mif, MISS GREGORY MR. LEATHERMAN MR. BIVIANO MR. IFFT N 75 MR . DULIN MR. MEYERS 1' T15 . ps,-'X s v s ,t"n Q ff, - ff WWW! H KK ff l mmwmwr fhfffewa L0cal3cl1ooZ Ulsztfid J.. 1022, -, ' 'G Y A! 5 . 1-L l 1 -A ififl + J 3' ies y wi Y ' BUS DRIVERS G. Atkins, F. Busson, G. Cotrell, T. Clark, B. jarret, B. jones, J. Keller, B. King, G. Martland, E. Moore, P. Neal, B. Santmyer, I. Stevens, F. Sullivan, M. Summerville, J. Vesner, A. Weidner, E. White. if f' G 'N . R S . Q- ' ...a. 1 . Vir I . ..jj 2 .i l 5 may he , :ir T . S' A iii A . rf' Kii.. A ... A f A f fi 19" A' rrer ,, , LE i ,,,. A z xx? 5 xg I HEAD CUSTODIAN Mr. Castello 4 De J K s+ +1 ww .. ,Jw 15 s . K swf ASSISTANT CUSTODIANS Mrs. Lavaco, Mrs. Mohler, Mr. Gifford 5 1 K' w i fi sl W Mrs. Mrs . an ggl 5? ,. .' 1 ' - X , A . 5315 rf-I!..1:E..' :ii"'::"' '.'IIQH'9"F5'::"'i? ' . 1 'Wliffg I 5 gig , ,-fi: A oi. 45f7"1"' 34 y ff fb ' F, : ,- y ,, f , M x ffl t yggyvyrv v,'eq fes:fss:v:fs Q ' 1'Q0'qb yai' '4 we ia. 0 i,'l 'b, ' 1 w 1 6 if, 2 :":'l"w" ' , fflf"' N ffsssewcsf, 0 0 c " .f":fsss5i4' . Q ' .0 'O'i':l" 'fi' "SST ' 00,0 5 I . 1' 3"".4 b ' Q I I I mr. Freshmen become , . -f33f i'1-V . bmv w f r I V r 7, y The Freshman Class became acquainted with their ' D: X, "rt K A - responsibilities by choosing their class colors, navy 'ii' K blue and gold, and flower, the red rose. As for ":::f , ig 5 'fy ' M -W activities, the Freshmen confined themselves to field ' tIips such as the one to the Akron Beacon Journal. up X together it was a year of change and adjustment V g it ,il z,, '53 but as the years go by, the class of '76 will have spirit A tts and pride an their own. .f ...,.L..,.,.a.,..,.c.aM.v.s,. Terry Adams Sheila A dkins Sharon Anderson Sue Anderson Tony Ashcraft Kathy Baker Dave Basler Patty Baughman Laura Beardsley Doug Bennett Mike Bennett Arthur Berger Rich Bidinger Dianna Bieri Diane Blankenship Karen Booth Dave Bowling Nancy Buck Shirley Burkey Mary Busson Terry Butting Linda Canter jerry Capen Clair Carpenter Ginger Carpenter Harold Carpenter Carol Carter Lynne Chapman Gary Cottrill Brenda Craddock Dennis Dietry Mike Durbin Kay Duncan Mark Edwards Mike Edwards Joan Eisenhower Glenn Elliot Sue Elliot tyy aw :rar . . it "F" s t " , W Q, if 1, K. ,. 7 - ' , ' xtfgjjiwi , .a, , all X Q Q r I it, f A: rzfwniwr f 5 a , I' LEFT CLASS OFFICERS Vicki Lynch, Treasurerg Nedie Swain, Vice President, Karen Porr, President, Dawn Miller , Secretary. U raniilqarrgsrtf slfaeizif A 4 af A ' ,.-k is 9552 -A a 157, . , PM 6 ,A L f i , .. ""175fiwas'5f5 '3 K4 I t , r I t ry, - Q. v . S125 x -, Y, , 2- ef iti' ri L F L., . Aht. , , V Z, f" 3 7 .... N I 4, K 2' ' ., ..:::j.. 531 , J -, . ' . t as , su ' . ul? ffm X -mst A A -r ar' it .- -1 'Z 4, Q' ,A ssr LT 5 , QW, V t 3 A at 1 A X' if il -. Q sts! 'ft f-'i7 ' 4 ,, pg N by yyy l pi A, 6 g tt , ,., p .,,,:, r A l s,i L t Q ra tt , fats' chipps with spirit of their own 5 jsay 7 J E h . 9 I X M if-Vg as Q3 'fb' iI!f:.e W , 6 53' il Hawk f -.0 1 if as . . M K ,, A an V. Q .5 , ff ifzrfigj Li.: KAS . X . ww I ,fx A g,rf3"' 4 , f 5 A 5 .M ,,, K , W 411 .. 4 V, ,g V 1453 ' , H .. Y ., 3. g tht, My 8 W ' J 5 , fJ,,i?i:1eLZ4 , V " 1 elif an lil-J if J ' F, 'sw if . f - . y i, ug ' -' Li? Q 'J ' A QV an ....-fy, 1 I . i. I 5 rd Fm 'ig 4 a gg . A J W- . if Ea.. -, . W, J V bw 'PHY iq , .- In Vkk: X, :,, V J ,Y wi, K i W4 9 ' J ' My I N g l?---J 2 y i. 757: ' f 5 Jlfx., Ui, , 7 A , i A V C ,,,,e ,, ,Q J J .i f in . f ,H 'f IK- ?'rfJ5 Eif?'Q"ii K. 6' ll AW Q5 4 , ' ' . ,aff ' QW A FQ . , A: 5' 2,3 -V , 79 A E fling . ' 5 5545561 . I 6 E -3-4' .agar 'I e ,nv I e c-.H Eve Ellison Karla England Dave Ferguson Louann Fleming De anne Foster Joann Frederickson Dan Frize ll Kristi Goehler Jean Garcea Tina Garcea Mark Greene Jim Grigsby Barb Haj ek Ruthie Hanak Greg Harvey Susan I-latalia Kelly I-Iaught Jeanne Hersman Donna Hicks Cheryl Hollis Sharon Horvath Brian Hout Chris Hughes Rick Hughes Marilyn Jett Greg Jones Vicki Jones Steve Jusli Darlene Justice Darrell Justice Dan Keller Joe Kelly Sue Kirkpatrick Peggy Knighten Gary Lemaster Michelle Lepely Mark Ludwick Vicki Lynch Deb Marich Kevin McKee Tom Marshall Dawn Miller Krista Miller Mike Mills Debbie Misere Brian Mollahan Mark Morgan Patty Morgan Janice Murdock Mike Musgrave Mike Neely Terry Neiswander Chris Norman john Olson Dan Osborn Randy Osivnik jerry Paridon Kathy Paridon Tim Pelfrey Ann Petit Terry Petit Ken Petrovick jeff Porr Karen Porr john Putt Alan Robinette Greg Roehrich Charles Rogers Janet Rohr Mike Rohr Dave Ross John Seager Tom Scrock Dennis Sears Scott Shultz Sue Shultz , W " if ES S S iw- 1. a s filly' 1 Fiff ' 'A I-"f'f:aifft x igigtmifl, 2' 3' f S at Y Yi ifwgi E34 5- QSM. -W ICR r 5' S gi f 5 ywgv' 'W' it Ugg K- , W We S s,:- . SS ' ., f . 5 1 mi' - JM g ig ' - , 55 3 . S . Li - ' f if ' S- - ' .L "W Q1 'S i ' 45 S' 5' lm go gc, EQ, it L S S S i 1 in y' UPPER There is hustle and bustle every morning as freshman Kurt Smith demonstrates. '+I-1 fa IW' Q fi EL' SQ W? - Q4 Don Smith am L V' S Q . , P Kurt Smith .S ' 1 Q ' i 1 ....,V J Aw Cindy Steele 1 A as P ,,s SS is S V M Sue Steiner W Tammy Steiner Q H ' Ralph Stephens A Alzgu S " v S I Nedie Swain i,9,:l'iS T1 355 Sq' f Q. , ' ' ' La"L " P 'S tt" i I' - S S S 11 Kathy Swiger S ,..,, S I z . ji ki. S X John Terry S , - H l.,. 1 S 1 S S S Q- B111 Thonm I S S S ' S 1 Greg Turner 1 S K S l Deb Underwood P 'l- ' nag: - W A.A i , P Sf V ' Pat Vielhaber S 5 1 5.1, SSW' ,S mi V- S S Q W A . ,S A ,,,. I. 1,7 Lori Vinez w S - A " y S D L Tim Waddel S ,', it Sl 5, Connie Waite ,si P SSSMJ z " QM 5 " ' f S 101111 WSWS ,,s - - , .S S. Z.. .",- S WM Deb Weldnef .... 5 A 1 Paul White C R , Z L Sk I RQHHY Whitman S ' 'll ' Nl' S. C S, ' ' Bill Williams - " P A f Deanne Williams K S S Karen Williams W Y " Linda Williams 5, S. Q S' if S, I1 I Randl' Williams 'S 57 W ' A 5 V Z':i L - - S. S S ' . SS Glen Wolf " ' A Mike Wooden la .il 2 1 L is ff M! 80 MAN Wed 6 ey, IDS 1 Rs if ,gm ein , HR ' 'SSW' Mfg if 1 -if , .ef wi L1 '-Q UPPER Examining the print room equipment and listening attentively are Lynne Chapman and other classmates. LOWER Pointing out a modern publishing machine to Karen Porr is class mate Barb Hajek. LOWER RIGHT As everyone waits to leave, Sue Shultz laughs at a classmates joke. gn 81 NOT PIC TURED Dewey Graham Charles Hatfield Nolan Jefferies Phoebe Jefferies jim Magyar Donna Metheny Deb Mihal David Simpson Doug Young Doreen Zelei Denny Zelei Bill Zelesnik 1 Busy sophomores choose class rings and motto Shelly Abt Sue Adams jack Adamson Ed Adkins Marilyn Adkins Eric Anderson Glen Anderson Darlene Ashley Deb Barat Clinton Beardsley Craig Bennett Bob Berinyi Rhonda Berinyi David Beiri Bob Birch Norma Boggs Bill Bowling Chris Brammer Anne Brown Bob Brown Clark Brownlow Cheryl Busson Dave Busson jane Busson Jana Butzer john Carter Deb Casto Suda Collins Diane Conkle Kim Cramer Deb Croft Lucy Croft George Cunningham Kathy Daniels Clyde Dayton sssl if liii it . z V 3 fii N - ' It ' L ' amz. fii , --- --:'-: saga , I 1 W sw . fi 'VA' Y - - , - A" ff-f mam 'asf' f I , a , , , ,,:i,ggij M 'xv ,yggggsgzfa . '-lt.-.,. Jw ,Q r . as 1 .1 'Zvi il? I' ., , x 'X M15 , ,,,v, B ,Ep . ,naw . as .3 , W i ll ...sfgw ,f5:gh5q5:,fg,-fn 1-,As gif. 51145351 -sw 131715555:t?'2iWSs:'i'1, 7433 A I L V -'MS wif? . , 'T fx-'fi'-V ,-:J 7.iiiWi?E1 , in S? -j. I Y ,,.., 71, ,V ,. 1 F ' .git , . 2 W 4 Q X K W 1 s 5 ,wa 1 V ff if 'fa ss- W.. . ---' .mt M it ,M 1-.i..,5-ysflstsei, f -- wassfw , I . . te .. , .la . ,, my ' -. 1 Q-wi . A 125 A I tl., . . '1 2' 59 .:5"Q' It 5 n S X is 5 W 'il K f J 1 In the second year at C.H. S. , Sophomores combined the usual - the purchase of class rings .. with the unusual .. a field trip to Lowe's State Theatre to see "Fiddler on the Roof". "If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success" was Chosen as the Class motto. Saddened by the death of classmate Cindy Allison, the Sophomore class donated a per- manent plaque in her honor to N.F.L. in.. dividual events. RIGHT CLASS OFFICERS Clinton Beardsley, Presidentg jim johnson, Vice President Qnot picturedjg Sue Williams, Secretaryg Peg Rohr, Treasurer. LOWER "Venus", Shelia Norris, catches "Discord's", Mary Manning, golden apple. "Juno", Karman Kisner also gets in on the action. . X3 3 'k - ,I , 1 3 Ilniiv - i vi 5, ' f- . '2m:?r'f iaiaixffstf ,, , . , ff 5 u: ' Q , " ' . - sara - I ' - ., ,L A P - 'af 1 at I rg. 5 W B ,- - 1.2-,I .Q , - , f1ff.t -.lf .. K K ig, A - ' 2 a. g -s f: - 'K , 'z LEW . K f L " ,: -. '- '4"'i' 5. in ff' f ' ' 82 1 ' J J as "QL A K Iv 'Q y, W .ig , we 1 X Af A I 7 fl,-:.J ,752 I wi, ,Q wig K . 1 K V 4 I 4 i. fa 1- We . W :Q-.Q-' 'L f . , ' 44 9, 'f-fin : p f ,H ' - U25 " . - 1 '41 f - K Wm ff: .J 2521. '.,.. 3 fm- Q faq' 'V Q 253' 5 - V 2 Ahh' H 22 if eg, N 1" 5 'N P , ' 5- 7, 4 . .. J L, 5 - L, ?Y5WF'!7El T if? '- N Q M3 L J . Q w 7 QI: 'gs . A A final in 2-vsgfeilzif lkl A Sl s. w,kx ... , X livin L, , X 5,-1 rw i i, " i in A Q ' X ,,,:, ft if 4:2 '1- Q ig," S if K 1 5 gf.. i ke A ' E mi' "1 NS" A I.: wwf x Y S 83 Don Downs Joy Duncan Jeff Feesler Deb Foster Gerry Fraley Diane Frank Bob Funk Jim Garcea Pam Geiser Mikey Genet Laura Gilcrest Sharon Goffinet John Green Barb Haller Denise I-laniwalt Greg Hartman Barb I-laught Mary June Hoff Jim Hollingsworth Janice Huffman Carl Hummel Karen Jarvis Deb Jefferies Mike Jelus Jim Johnson Barb Jones Steve Jung Cheryl Kays Don Kendig Robin Kennell Karmen Kisner Sharon Knicely Dave Knighton Marcy Konich Tom Krouse Karen Kun Matt Labo Kim Lance Jacquie Langguth Cindy Lepley Kathy Lepley Pam Long Michelle Magier Terry Marich Karen Marshall Don Matthews Dennis MCEnclree John Milford Cathy Mills Karen Misere Russ Mollohan john Neely Doug Nestor Shelia Norris jerry Osburn Bob Peliey Dan Petit Mary Petit Patty Prebynski Bob Purdy Denny Putt Mike Re agan Donna Reed Patti Reeves Randy Robart Linda Roberts Vickie Roberts Candy Robinson Pat Rohr Peg Rohr Doug Root Rita Saeger Gus Sales Mark Sayre Louise Schmitt Mike Semonin Terry Shockey Mike Shultz aait M it V .V V ' t'-r. 2,1 - VA -w 4. . M VM, if 2 K ,. M -. , -V.- V., Q '-i,ta nag. 'ft V R -'lf ' ff V P "' . ii'e ' wi V ffww, ,. .. vt , I . ,gt . .... - 5 V A , f ,, . V V -5 .1 - i ""' . ,..,, f 1, ' ., wt .xi , K IQ: ,X 1- il, s -: K er ri g, , 1? i,, ,,.,, F 0 F l A fzsug ff' Nf' ' . ,ia in ., .. , Kr .. , i V V V. C I JE V , C - ggi 'I " i "" ' V. 'Zi fi, ,j51,,k , l.,, a ' ,I , ,,C . " Q 7 7, ' 5 Q -l.rn , p l . 1 , . , , , , ,C .. , ... 3, V ' , t , L, . ,' ,KV - f X Q X '5 Milf 711772 -no ,lm N- " WA . -g.- N 1 A -K T W , f + ,, f Wen, o gy-Ml st'i I if -,- ' "-, V 5 Q .Qu i Av ' 5' , Q 41 '-', ififizli -V ,. w ill 5 ef -ti. A 4 ra it-g m:-V . , . 'ful rf' 'T 2 ' 1 s wi A 1 4 2 2 Ci iiiii C C , V ts rig, Q' , , nw . t - , , . ,V as K S. 'ia 1 4 - -R - P rie Q Vny f RV W llii tni C f gm V ,, N 5 l yi V. ilti Q in V i",' I -' ll A 9 i'VV' 11,,' H f C . U1 ' . S i I C C R- x it RVVV y V . H 4 1 , - 15. .,, ' f ,, ' M, ,W , M . L ' I, ,V ,,,,kk.Vk ,Vx ,fn ,, 4, -. fitj- C 2 H -1, ., .J f 84 C W1 kv-f , XE K Si. -s- T V - ' " Cheryl Smith i , ag, , ' It if r Q I T iueff Sgrlith at W f 2 V ' A c. am ommers ,gi fl p V Deb Speicher Y ' T "" ' at 1. ffiisst A Q Joan Speicher 5' .fy , ,X w " . V ,' Joel Springer 32 an ,pa -an t It Annamarie Stahl 'A' Judy Steele ' uf Q ,M r 8 :. a ,Y Ken Stephens Paul Talbott Bill Tester Linda Thomas 4 i 'QP J k.1f,.9--- 3.1 ls? ?,' Steve Treadway , 7 ii, Sharon Tre dway wwf' ' '- l.'f ' -T .at T.. ..,- or I ' A A T sl A, - lfly Q kfafffflr A IQQL J ' S Donna Turner Gerry Underwood Lv- as .., i .rkj J ,. aw, vfh, Tr ., r .,,, i ,T Tony Vaccaro 3 " - - t 1 it ' Glen Varner , in 5' . " ' J U , ' Anne Vielhaber J 'ff' ' 7 Z J 'V 4 " - ' YK fl., Deb Villers ,L , fa lr N M A 'J it A V Greg Vinez xx . J 4. ' f t ' 'J , ' T. 3 ' Chris Warren S V D I 1 3: 5' Y lil 5 . r l' Mike Weinsheimer be Mary Wells 4 I' f h H, S Deb Weyand , it f:'. "Q L , gg L , S Denise Williams is alia l J S T Keith wiuiams ,T A h sue wiiiiams . J ,, J leti - I ' T Joe Yacso 4 sa: .. L Andv Zollinger :,, ,, . Kirk Lower Karen Metheney LEFT The Sophomore rings are displayed by Karen Jarvis. ABOVE Intensive study by Don Matthews as he works on his writing. NOT PICTURED Dallas Boyan, Don Bowsher, Becky Franks, Howard Genet, Mark Pavkov, Vince Reader Robin Sutphin, Jean Whitman, Jennie Bishop, Tom Dun- can, Scott Jones, Glenn Elliot, Mary Manning, Connie Williams, Randy Miller, Clara Hatfield, Terry Stefanko, Treva Young. 85 Class of '74 becomes involved with the prom Cass Adams Eva Adkins Barb Aldrich Vicki Anderson jack Andrews The Norton Brown Derby was the setting for this year's Junior..Senior Prom. Much work done by the juniors went into raising the money for financing the prom and in planning it. A special thanks to Mrs. james Durbin for her kind contribution to the class. LEFT: Chemistry could prove to be very dangerous when these juniors gather. RIGHT: Taking time out for a Bubble..blowing contest are Gail Miller and Tina Flick.. inger. LOWER RIGHT: Lunch time is a time when these Juniors get together. , .',V 1 - A nv:-., A: .Q an . , V r I g L t 6 IW . v 44- ? nn 1 W 96 '2 F I Beth Baney f gs.: Safldy BCIIIICI' ",, Andy Bennnvi yyyg I ..,......, .... . ' 'it ..,.. I John Berenyi A ',,, ., ' Phillip Berger .I V'.'- ' A ji Rich Bush 55 g. Carol Camden ' ...ts I s st I is Penny Carpenter A fn Mara Chisnell I XVVI J ' g f ? V fn -- W . Leslie Conkle , ' 'W , Tom Cunningham My , f 4 ' f' .,f. V A pre , I LVVL KVLVV KV :Ali Jayne Daniel lils f john Daniels 1 ' 7 Craig Dignan Mi' f Penny Durbin K 'ig .- gr- 1 -1 g?5'?Q,?f,g', of .- I HKZQQ4 86 'DQ ABOVE: JUNIOR OFFICERS: Larry Lemaster, Vice-Pres. 5 Val Kun, Sec.5 Norm Smith, Pres.3 Sue Rohr, Tres. 'H . 1 s -, A Q 'g . xl ,A A an 1 1 2 W 'lm f .. ' ' A M x, i ' A I 5 fin , Az, gg, ' K fa A A AAAA A A if A 4 , , r M' f f M ltirt ' fr K wifi: A q "' . iff ' ..,. ' 34. A A ., 2 . ZW KW ' iw A A ' ' rA M Q ,VA .A f -"fa, A Q ' if 3 K ..k, 5, ' ' Q. 'T I ,A A ' xw 'V' . rfrx e 3, I I z I :Nd - , , ,M M :f- x " " A A ff' ab, , A i ' 7'-, ' ' Y f A -6 . 1 'V ' ,I i I f, f v i' Af A A ,F D, nf , --. - at ,ff a ' W -,Fx If lg , A K A 6, 1 Wx A ,a ,A 5 Q5li,,..,,, 1 ,,,h. 'Y I rw. L, 4,1 -I Q ,- a , if ' f A ,- Q A - " Q' 1 ' i 1 - - g,,,,a M Q ....j,f..j,, X ,rf AA A get AV Agway A ily 4 ' - 4 4' t A - ' iiet V' A W4 1- if f"' 'v A "' ' X, R - wan -, A, A " A ' kk '- 3 v : at A V ui A - QQ' A, 459' if , we A .1 -A 'ff M We A Rr-' 5 A I 6 fy A , 'V Q K' ,- , 1 A AA: lb ' W Q 'Q -A A -g .A A fs 'L T ' gyriikl Q 5 ' A ' 4 V ,g ,W ' ,AA , - 1 0 1 ' - K A 1' L m i 5 -W I rf in X - J 'iw' ' ee ' MA I "" im' 5" 5" A .af-f "' if Qi WA", 'F 'W ' i flanawp. ' . f W -vu Y Y ff fs? 19 'K A' " - 1 H L L , v Fi' a, ffdlu A k'rv'1 K., V i Q A "Q I l .A 1 , . - , JA I ff wi . Q - 'V - X I , t .4 A-Q' . A i , v, P' I Pat Farrell john Fessler Tina Flicl-ringer Dale Foster Roger Frase Chris Fretwell john Garcea Joe Genet Richard Genet Roger Gilcrest Anita Hanawalt Marcia Hartman Steve Harvey Colleen Haught Gail Heil Frank Hersrn an Sue Hersrnan Diane Hoover Bill Karabatsos Karen Keller Mike Kennell Joyce Kilgo Pixie Kreibel Val Kun Bill Lavaco Larry Lemaster Rod Lemmon Sue McEndree Kathy Metheny Deb Milford 87 :, . i H an x 5 W V ' 1 F ,K ' I .V .. g 4' f 2 igwgggssf f,-', , ,m-Maid ' Q Gail Miller Randy Minor Mike Molnar . on i so, is 'I ' . f ffifff' qua ix H I Q s , i ' Ross Molohan is ,,., ,, "m- -. as W -V Mary jane Monbarren 1 ggi ,V Diana Morgan 2 .fl ff L ' jeff Morganstern Craig Nedrow Lorie Neiswander 3 9 L, 5.3 Q 33?"? j L ' 4, if .11 In .. 2 Q L I H? A ,X M - Q ref We Marilyn Olson Jo Paridon Joyce Paridon I L" f"'ei' all Pam Pavkov z V Deb Pedro , Rob P etit I , I in ' I .,, L, M L LLVL Rod Price 5 N V W 'K" , Paulet Prouchy fa , ' Ken Pullen , TOP: Many juniors prove to be diligent workers some- V , U times. ABOVE: Mr. Pargitt's and Larry's obvious enthu- A9 ZIV ,gl siasm must be the result of the discovery of the ex.. Paw Robefqts A 1 f - occipital bone! Mike Robinson -7 S i s1cc c A 88 163 4? ml '14 1 ei V ,ff K f 1. f .,a,,,,.. Q -'i g, . 1 'W Q aww -. Q ,V,,, A as 5555 ABOVE Term papers catch even the attention of Dave Nemeth! LEFT Another long day has ended as Gail Heil heads home. Not Pictured Pam Archer, Charles Blankenship, Bon Bowsher, Becky Bush, Mark Crandell, Dave Gesaman, Mike Hopkins, Krystal Koser, Randy Ledford, Kris Lud- wick, Dave Nemeth, Fred Stanger, Rick Stefanko, Paul Stover, Larry Tester, Don Thomas, Kin Wintrow, Carolyn Wood. ' Stix ?" 5 WWW f A Ai'- 'n Bob Rohr .,,,, x S if . Q Sue Rohr A D , 'T' lir , 1 - Cathy Santmyer ii- 1 A W S ' J + Al schmm ,Aj , :A ., -V1 Glenn Shaver Sally Sherman l ,115 M js: Bob Slaybaugh A mlb siifiwg r xg l Q 5, ' LQ X.. 3 in ,I Q QQ We I ri? L ,C psssy V A A A rias if, Nina smith ' ij 1 Norm Smith . ' 5 rwf ' ' M A I. 1- A --' Gale Snyder V E to L ,f if M211 gb, 95,4 Vicki Stadler f , 5 T I in .I Tangi Starling .ms - ' K H V 3, if? I ' Steve Steffenson V , V S i-k,,, V Paul Underwood my fjifia 9, ' ' V, - Z H Pat Vetter ' ff- m y ? -, ?"' 4 . . - Brad Villers i J-gg ' s,.- A.., 51, if , Keith Williams N , iiid v -1 'T ig Rick Winkler i V it ' Diane Zelei x ,p i 5,3 2 i A E Marty Zelei 89 A Grieg Large umber of Chipp Students at WCJVS -Q, 2 L Y ff ws" 32 J V e -Af' lv time S -4 aa ' ' GCA' , lf? L fi if 've ' f K f' Am V his '11, 4 as . .. 5 Q 5 , ' 7",. 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V wr , ., 25 3, 1 - P4 ., Q hz, , K, I X .,,, , W' A 'S s -N ,si E , H N i 'Pw- -uw . 45 Seniors plus hard work equals washington! KEITH EDWIN DROLLINGER PRESIDENT JEAN MARIE BUSSON DEBBIE ELAINE KEND IG Senior officers were instrumental in helping the class reach their impossible dream-- Washington D. C F Pictured BELOW are those seniors nominated from C. I-I. S. for the Outstanding Teen of America award. I BRENDA KAY DARBY CAROLYN MARIE PETIT SECRETARY TREASURER -f-wiv THEODORE NICK PAPPAS 96 MICHAEL ALLEN STANLEY VICE- PRESIDENT JEAN MARIE DANNEMILLER I w CARRIE ANN GALEI-IOUSE QQ 95, fxa?,,, , N 4 ':'f4w7i7T33'i: vfwmw- JOEL CHARLES WILSON LYNN DIANNE WILLISON CHARLES ROBERT WILLHITE KEVIN PAUL WESTFALL DEAN ALDEN WEIDNER JACQUELINE FAY WARREN P' QS, 'Q ,I Vg, ,Q g'2zs a,I , .,,. I-f--,VML LQW , I , ' F I. 2 f- .,i5,sf5'.., xi.. 1 , .. at E? ,ifygwwfgffw,fff:1eQ:4::g,, 4- K PHILIP DEAN YOUNG LANE MONTGOMERY YERIAN KEITH ALAN YEARIAN T 97 MARK CHRISTOPHER WHITMAN DEBORAH KAY WHITMAN DENNIS GEORGE WHITE ANITA LOUISE WAITE JAMES RUS SEL VILLERS DAVID WARREN VIELHABER MARK STEPHEN VANHORN BOBBIE LOIS TREDWAY RAYMOND CECIL STEPHENS CHRISTINE ANN SWAIN ROBERT JOHN STEINER 98 IUANITA STOLLINGS HELEN LYNNE STEVENS DONA LD CHARLES STEINER EARL EVERT STEFFENSEN ROBERT SAMUEL STANLEY 4 5 SANDRA MARIE SHUMAN GENE HA ROID ROS S MARK DOUGLAS SNEDDON LAUREN JOAN SHAVER RODGER WAYNE ROBERTS THOMAS EUGENE SMITH MICHELLE MARIE SEMONIN DAVID LYNN ROBERTS 99 NANCY MARIE SLEETH JERRY LEE SAMS THOMAS ALLEN ROBART VVESLEY EUGENE POST KATHRYN DENISE PORR PAUL DAVID PETIT KATHLEEN MARIE PETIT DAVID LINDEN PELFREY DOUGLAS ARTHUR PAVKOV SUE ANN RIEGEL SUSAN ELAINE REEVES KENNETH CHARLES REED HELEN MARGARET PARIDON DONNA MARIE PARIDON DAVID LEE MUSGRAVE RICHARD ROBERT MURRAY JEFFREY LYNN MILLS ROBERT KEITH MILLER MARY ANN JONES LORETTA JEAN JONES RANDALL LI JENKINS CHARLES EDWARD MCKNIGHT ERIC ALEXANDER MCCALLUM DANIEL MARSHALL HELEN MARY LONG JOAN MARIE KOPRIVNIK FRANCIA ANN KONICH 51 JOHN STEPHEN IELUS CRAIG ALAN HOLLIS - K 3' NEIL EDWARD JACKSON SHELLEY ANN HUGHES va-N JC Rf E731 M Ifguh ,f aff, 5,123 ,Z 6 , 3' QA-. fw'?3fQr2f" W , 4541 -Jitifiik Q2 ,5,x25I,'5,I"5'u?,i." ,gfigifqf 1-- ' A I k..k,. 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JACK 'VVESLEY FRANKS SIDNEY BURTON FERGUSON, IR. 103 JOAN LUCILLE DIETRY RONALD BURCE DELAUDER JOHN JOSEPH DANNEMILLER SUZANNE RUTH EASTERDAY PAMELA ANN DURBIN MARILYN LOUISE DIETRY IEANNE LU DANIEL MICHAEL DAVID CRUM MARY MARIE CIKRA LAURIE ANN CI-IISNELL LINDA JUNE CARPENTER DAVID HAROLD COLE DEBRA LEA CAMDEN PAUL EDWARD BUSSON LAURETTA RUTH BUSSON f ROY CHARLES BROSCH DANIEL LEE BOWLING SUSAN MARIE BLANKENSI-IIP 41-yr VIC KY LYNN BEACI-IY WARREN GROVER ASHCRAFT IOHN ROBERT BAKER PATRICIA LYNN ANDERSON RITA FAYE BAILEY 106 F 5 Seniors show their spirit DEBORAH KAY ASHLEY fir'-wrs,.1g,,,gv,,-,W-Q,rg?rf--s,1fAsi '4nf"'e vw em" i f "" 'f, W' f W, M X.:-, , ,mr Q A I Q1-1,442 73 z '9'MgQf,awm,x,,n 2,4 ,I ,K ,, r,,- wslwwfd f v w i , fa- -2fg,,5sf,, 1,123 I B 1- A, -- . irt, ff A if-'fg.-1 EYE VINEZ 'L , g : ,gl:?gg:L35,, i DAVID EDWA A f ',rr 1 DAVID I KAR L I 1 f-iz: - . -' A -I -i Qfiwix - I f f S1 I Q 'L'. - S gg, Y I I -I f I 1 ' A A v P on Intramural Day. DEBRA LEE ALLISON I 1 Y N342 , - gizigf IIEILII , , I IIIL , f I EIEI 5 I I '-:, A ' ,"':f ' A, k,'- k'K. '--L l 1 4.,-in fiwgw 5' 1-' -fm qvfggiiggg mf rifv , -gafvg l f 'ag ff' u I I A .Z I, ,Q I I JAMES I DAVUIAGENE craa gil 4: . I I I EIII W A , k., ,,,,. I I IEII , IIILEI ,, iyA I Z I 3 ,Al lZg2 , I -I , ff.- my-f ' QLV' I VLK' m,'1.,LA I ILAII : ' I f ILI I LASL II IS -1fiEZ:2g:1Q,2F3i'lfxeqf-' f,,'I mQgwg,eiz'f ':', . . -, ,,,,.,- 4 ..,,. Wgi,w,w,.y,,,,,Mg,g, ff, , -W " I I ' I Kgyisffeiffwkiaim mf wzfww gag, f-', -A SUSAN LYNN ALDRICI-I TI-IERESA JEAN ADAMSON 107 TI-IERMAN PHILLIP ADKINS AMY MARCENE ADAMS PAMELA S UE ADKINS RICK JOSEPH WHITMAN PHILIP DEAN YOUNG: NHS 2-43 Student Council 23 Class President 23 Football 2-43 Basketball 13 Track 2, 33 Chorus 2-43 Lettermen's Club 4. KEITH ALAN YERLAN: Gold Cord. JOEL CHARLES WILSON: Golf 2, 3. LYNN DIANNE WILLISON: Band 1-43 GAA 1-43 Pep Club 13 Science Club 1, 23 Art Club 3. CHARLES ROBERT WILIHITE: May Court 4. MARK CHRISTOPHER WHITMAN: Basketball 1-43 Baseball 13 Track 3. DEBORAH KAY WHITMAN: Gold Cord. DENNIS GEORGE WI-IITE: Football 1, Baseball 1, 23 Wrestling 1, 23 Golf 33 Lettermen's Club 43 Carpentry Class Secretary 3. DEAN ALDEN WEIDNER: FTA 4. JAQUELINE FAY WARREN: FBLA 43 GAA 4. ANITA LOUISE WAITE: GAA 43 Art Club 43 Ski Club 43 May Court Queen 4s Play Crew 43 Librarian Club 2. KENNETH EUGENE VINEZ: Football 1-43 Basketball 13 Track 1,23 Chorus 2,45 Wrestling 2. JAMES RUSSEL VILLERS: Football Manager 23 Track Manager 13 Intramural Manager 23- Basketball 2-43 Pep Club 43 Art Club 4. DAVID WARREN VIELHABER: Ann Stf 1, 2. DAVID EDWARD VERESHAK: VICA 1. MARK STEPHEN Vanl-IORN: Chorus 23 Track 2-43 Bas- ketball 2-43 Football 2-43 All County 3,45 All District 3-43 All Northeastern Ohio 43 All A. P. IU. P. I. 43 Honorable Mention All Ohio 43 B.D.K. 4. THOMAS ALLEN ROBART: Football 13 Baseball 13 JVS FFA Class Sentinel 3. SUE ANN RIEGEL: Annual Staff 3,43 NHS 3,43 GAA 1-4? Spanish Club 1, 23 Chorus 1-4s Y-Teens 1, 23 FNA 23 Newspaper Staff 2, 33 Play Cast 2,43 Harmonettes 43 Office Girl 43 Elks Award3 Gold Cord. BOBBIE LOIS TREDWAY: VICA 3, 4. DAVID ELDON TOMAYKO: Football 3. CHRISTINE ANN SWAIN: Band 1'-33 Chorus 2-43 GAA 2-45 FTA 2-43 Pep Club 2, 33 NHS 2-43 Harmonettes 13 Cheerleading 2-43 Ad Staff 33 Gold Cord JUANITA STOLLINGS: COS 3,4 QSecretary 433 Block of Blue 3. HELEN LYNNE STEVENS: Cheerleading 1-43 Pep Club I-33 Homecoming Court 23 NHS 2-43 FTA 2-45 GAA 2-43 Band 13 Chorus 2-43 Track 13 Gold Cord. ROBERT JOHN STEINER: Football 13 Wrestling 1-3. EARL EVERT STEFFENSEN: Football Manager 33 Base- ball Manager 23 NFL 3,4 fVice-President 433 Spanish Club 33 Chorus 2-4 QVice-President 2, President 433 Ohio State Band 33 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Qtreasurer 43 State Board of Education Award 4. ROBERT SAMUEL STANLEY: Baseball 1. MICHAEL ALLEN STANLEY: NHS 2-43 Student Coun- cil 2-43 Class President 33 Vice-President 2,43 Foot-- ball 1-43 Track 1, 23 Play Cast 23 Play Crew 1, 3,43 Annual Staff 2-43 Band 1-33 Wrestling 23 Tennis 43 Teen of the Months Gold Cord. JANET LUCILLE SNYDER: FBLA 23 Science Club 23 VICA 3 Class Historian. . NANCY MARIE SLEETH: Chorus 1, 23 VICA Queen 33 Merit Roll 2, 33 Tour Guide 3g Gold Cord. SANDRA MARIE SHUMAN: Softball 3,43 COS 43 Pep Club 23 Block of Blue 33' GAA 2-4. LAUREN JOAN Sl-LAVER: Track 13 Pep Club 13 Chorus 3,43 Block of Blue 33 Track Stat 3,43 Gold Cord. MICHELLE MARIE SEMONIN: Softball 33 Ad Staff 3,43 Band 1-33 Chorus ls GAA 2-43 FBLA 2-43 Science Club 1, 23 COS 3, 4 ftreasurer 433 Shorthand team 43 fplaced 3rd in County 433 Wrestling Stat 3,43 Block of Blue 33 Majorette 2, 3 fass't head 33. GENE HAROLD ROSS: Wrestling 23-FFA 33 Gold Cord. DAVID LYNN ROBERTS: VICA 1. SUSAN ELAINE REEVES: Band 13 Play Crew 13 Track 2g FTA 23 FBLA 2-4 fsecretary 433 GAA 2, 33 Block of Blue 33 Merit Roll 2, 33 FBLA Shorthand contest 14th in District33 1st place in County Shorthand Contest. KENNETH CHARLES REED: Baseball 33 Newspaper Staff 33 Science Club 2, 33 Golf 3,45 Play Crew 4. VVESLEY EUGENE POST: Football 1-33 Basketball 1-43 fCaptain 433 Track 1-43 Newspaper Staff 33 Letter- men's Club 2-43 Art Club 43 May Court 4. KATHRYN DENISE PORR: Nl-IS 3,43 Student Council 1-4 Qpresident 43 Class President 13 Annual Staff 2-43 Band 1-33 Chorus 3,43 Majorette 23 GAA 23 News- paper Staff 1-33 NHS Service Award 13 Merit Roll 2-43 Ad Staff 2-43 Harmonettes 3,43 Rock Group 33 Teen of the Month3 Gold Cord. PAUL DAVID PETIT: Football 1.-45 Basketball 1-43 Baseball 1-43 NHS Service Award 4. , KATHLEEN MARIE PETIT: NHS 2-4 Qsecretary-trea- surer 3, president 43 Band 1-4 lCaptain 43 Sousa A- wardg Outstanding Musician's Awardg Science Club 1-33 Pep Club 2-43 Volleyball 23 GAA 2-43 French Club 3,45 Betty Crocker Award3 PNEUMA Staff 43 Merit and Honor Rolls 1-43 Gold Cord3 Top Eight in Class Award. CAROLYN MARIE PETIT: Class Treasurer 4s NFL 3, 4 fTreasurer 433 Band 1-43 Science Club 1-33 FTA 2, 33 Newspaper Staff 33 French Club 43 Play Crew 3,43 PNEUMA Staff 4. VINCE PAVKOV: Football 13 Basketball 1, 23 News- paper Staff 33 Golf 1, 33 May Court 4. DOUGLAS ARTHUR PAVKOV: Football 13 Basketball 1, 3,43 Track 1, 3,43 Play Crew 3,4. HELEN MARGARET PARIDON: Student Council 33 Softball 23 VICA 33 GAA 23 Track 1, 23 Merit Roll 23 H DONNA MARIE PARIDON: Annual Staff 3, 43 GAA 2-43 FTA 2-4 fPresident 413 Block of Blue 3,43 Cheer- leading 1-43 Office Girl 3,43 May Co1u't 4. THEODORE NICK PAPPAS: NHS 2-43 Student Council 1-43 Basketball 1-43 Baseball 1-45 Chorus 1, 23 Science Club 1, 23 Lettermen's Club 33 Cross country 3,43 Boy's State Alternate3 Gold Cord3 Outstanding Teen of America3 Top Eight in Class Award. DAVID LEE MUSGRAVE2 Student Council 43 Football 1-43 Baseball 1-33 Wrestling 1-43 Merit Roll 2g Letter- men's Club 3, 43 VICA 3,45 All County Wrestler 3,43 Gold Cord. RICHARD ROBERT MURRAY: Baseball Manager 13 Annual Staff 1-43 Band 1-43 Band Board 43 Wrestling Manager 13 Wrestling 23 Lettermen's Club 33 Boys' State Alternate 33 Gold Cord. JANE ANN MOUTSCHKA: Chorus 1, 2g FBLA 23 COS 2, 3g NHS Service Award 33 FBLA 3 fVice-President 31. JEFFREY LYNN MILLS: Football 1-4 fco-capt 1,413 Baseball 1-43 May Court 4. ROBERT KEITH MILLER: Student Council 43 Football 1-43 FFA 1-43 FFA Basketball 3,43 Lettermen's Club 3, 43 Best Mechanic Award at J.V.S. 3, 43 placed third in District Mechanic Competition. V CHARLES EDWARD MCKNIGHT: Annual Staff 3, 4g Golf 2, 33 Science Club 2, 3,4 fpresident 41 French Club fProgram Chairman 3,41 Spanish Club fl-Iistorian 3,41 State Board of Education Award. ERIC ALEXANDER McCALLUM: NHS 43 Football 1, 23 Track 1-43 Crosscountry 3,43 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Nice-President 3, President 413 I Dare You Award3 Gold Cord3 Lion's Club Scholarship3 May Court King. DANIEL MARSHALL: Football 1, 2s Track 13 OWE 4. HELEN MARY LONG: Librarian 2-43 IOE 2. JOAN MARIE KOPRIVNIK: May Court 43 Basketball 1-33 FBLA 13 GAA 2. FRANCIA ANN KONICH: Class Secretary 13 Track Stat 43 Band 1, 23 Chorus 2-43 FTA 2, 3s GAA 2-43 Pep Club 1-33 Harmonettes 2,45 Cheerleading 1, 33 Art Club 1-4 QPresident 413 Volleyball 23 Play Cast 43 Art Ass't. 43 Gold Cord. DEBBIE EIAINE KENDIG: NHS 2-43 Play Crew 4s An- nual Staff 2-4 fEditor 413 Pep Club 1-43 French Club 3,43 FBLA 4s Outstanding Teen of America 43 Who's Who Among American High Schools 43 1st place in FBLA State and District Typing Contestsg Girls' State Delegate3 Typing team 43 Office Girl 43 Elks' Most Valuable Student Award3 Gold Cord3 Top Eight in Class Award3 American Legion Award 43 Librarian 2, 3, 4, Lab assistant 3,4, Block of Blue 33 Merit Roll 1, 23 Honor Roll 3, 4 ' MARY ANN JONES: FBIA 2,33 OOEA 3,45 Pep Club 1, 23 Twelfth in State OOEA contest3 FBLA Typing and Spelling Awards 23 Gold Cord3 Top Eight in Class Award. LORETTA JEAN JONES: Class Secretary 23 Annual Staff 33 FBLA 23 GAA 23 COS 33 Office Girl 3,43 Pep Club 1-35 Homecoming Attendant 43 Block of Blue 3. RANDALL LEE JENKINS: Football 13 Youthpower State Delegate 33 NHS 43 Gold Cord. NEIL EDWARD JACKSON: Band 1, 23 Gold Cord. SHELLY ANN HUGHES: Office Girl 23 Ad Staff 33 Stage Band 13 VICA 4. CRAIG ALAN HOLLIS: Wrestling 2, 33 Tennis 43 Letter- men's Club 4. ARTHUR ANNET HOLDEN: NHS 43 Basketball 1-43 Baseball 1-43 Play Cast 1-43 NHS Service Award 33 Lettermen's Club 2, 3,43 Phys-Ed Assistant 2-43 Spanish Club 33 FTA 43 Pep Club 43 Communications Council 23 Gold Cord. KITTY ANN I-IEIL: Track 13 Volleyball 23 Art Club 43 GAA 4. SHEILA ANNE HANEY: NHS 43 Basketball 23 Debate Team 4 Qwinner of Top Speaker Award at Tallmadge High Tournament13 Annual Staff 43 Chorus 23 FTA 23 GAA 23 NFL 2, 3,43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Art Club 3g Harmonettes 4s Play Crew 2,45 Alternate to Girls' State 33 Ad Staff 33 Lab Assistant 43 Typing Team 43 State Board of Education Award3 Editor of PNEUMA 43 French Club 3,4 fsecretary-treasurer 3, vice- president 413 Gold Cord. JAMES GORDON GOODWILL: Football 1-43 Basketball 2, 3 fManager 21 Lettermen's Club 4. JOHN EUGENE GOFFINET2 Gold Cord. JANET RUTH GIFFORD: GAA 43 COS 3,43 COE Out- standing Student Award. DAVID GENE GIBSON: Basketball 1. ROBERT GARDNER: FFA 33 Horticulture Club 3. 'DAVID PAUL GARCEA: Play Crew 4. CARRIE ANN GALE!-IOUSE: NHS 2-43 Student Council 3,4 fSecretary 3, Vice-President 41 NFL 1-43 Annual Staff 2, 33 Band 1-43 Chorus 1, 23 Science Club 1-33 Pep Club 13 FTA 23 Play Cast 1, 2,4 Play Crew 33 GAA 23 Youth in Government 2, 33 French Club 3 QPresident 313 American Legion Award 2, 3 fCounty test winner 31 Girls' State 33 Outstanding Teen of America3 Na- tional Merit Commendationg Who's Who Among American High School Students3 Valedictorian3 D.A. R. Award3 Gold Cord3 State Board of Education Award. JACK WESLEY FRANKS: Football 2-45 Track 43 Wrestling 23 Lettermen's Club 3, 4. GREGORY ALLEN FOSTER: NHS 2-43 Baseball 1-33 Band 1-4 fLieutenant 413 Band Board 43 Tennis 43 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Intramural Manager 13 Basket- ball Manager 1. RICHARD AIAN FINNEY: Baseball li OOEA 3,4 ftreasurer 41 SIDNEY BURTON FERGUSON, JR: COE 1. SUZANNE RUTH EASTERDAY: Chorus 1-43 Pep Club 23 COS 43 Science Club 43 Ski Club 43 Play Crew 4. PAMELA ANN DURBIN: Band 1, 23 Science 'Club 1:-35 GAA 2-43 Office Girl 3g COS 43 BOE 4. KEITH EDWIN DROLLINGER: NHS 3,45 Student Coun- cil 45 Class President 45 Basketball Manager 25 Track 25 Band 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 25 Science Club 2, 3, 45 NHS Service Award 25 Play Crew 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 FTA 45 Outstanding Senior Award5 NHS Vice- President 4. A MARILYN LOUISE DEITRY: Pep Club 1, 25 GAA 2-45 FBLA 2-45 COS 3, 4 fPresident 455 Shorthand team 3, 4. JOAN LUCILLE DEITRY: Pep Club 1, 25 FBLA 1-35 OOEA 3,4 fVice-President 455 Gold Cord. BRENDA KAY DARBY: Class Secretary 45 Science Club 3,4 QT:-easurer 45 NHS 45 Play Cast 45 Office Girl 45 Librarians Club 2-45 Harmonettes 3,45 GAA 45 French Club 3,45 Gold Cord. JOHN JOSEPH DANNEMILLER: Basketball 2,4 fManager 155 Football Manager 15 FTA 4 QVice-President 45 Pep Club 45 Science Club 35 -Golf 35 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 fTreasurer 255 Boys' State 3. K JEAN MARIE DANNEMILLER: NHS 2-45 Student Coun- cil 15 Vice-President 15 Band 1, 25 Chorus 1-45 Pep Club 1-4 fPresident 45 FTA 25 GAA 2-45 Volleyball 25 Outstanding Teen of America 45 Basketball Homecom- ing Queen5 I Dare You Award5 PNEUMA Staff 45 Out- standing Senior Award5 Lab Assistant 45 Ad Staff 3-45 Play Crew 45 Top Eight Award5 Gold Cord. JEANNE LU DANIEL: Homecoming Queen 45 Basketball 2-4 fCo-Captain 455 Art Club 3,45 GAA 2-45 FTA 25 Pep Club 1, 2,45 Chorus 2, 35 Band 1. MICHAEL DAVID CRUM: French Club 3 fVice-Presi- dent 355 State Board of Education Award. MARY MARIE CIKRA: Annual Staff 35 Pep Club 1-35 GAA 2,45 FBLA 25 COS 35 Art Club 3,4 fVice-President 455 Track Court 25 Block of Blue 3. MARK HENRY CIHLAR: Football 1-45 Baseball 1-4. LAURIE ANN CHISNELL: Band 1-45 Chorus 1-45 Pep Club 1-45 FTA 2-45 Science Club 2-45 French'Club 3,45 Librarians Club 45 Newspaper Staff 3. LINDA JUNE CARPENTER: Track 15 Chorus 35 Play I Crew 45 Office Girl 3,45 Block of Blue 35 Pep 'Club 1- 45 GAA 45 Arr Club 4. C DEBRA LEA CAMDEN: NHS 2-45 Class Secretary 35 Annual Staff 25 Band 1-45 Chorus 2-45 Pep Club 15 FTA 2, 35 French 35 Merit roll 1-45 Gold Cord. PAUL EDWARD BUSSON: Student Council 45 Chorus 35 French Club 3,45 Science Club 35 Intramural Manager 3. PATRICIA ANN BUSSON: Softball 2, 35 Track 15 Chorus 1, 25 Merit Roll 1-3. LAURETTA RUTH BUSSON: Basketball 25 Softball 2, 35 Band 1-45 GAA 2-45 FBLA 2-45 Merit Roll 2-45 COS 45 Office Girl 45 Wrestling Stat 3,4. JEAN MARIE BUSSON: NHS 3, 45 Student Council 4 QSecretary 455 Class Treasurer 35 Speech 2, 35 Debate 45 Annual Staff 45 Chorus 1,25 FTA 2, 35 GAA 25 Sci- ence Club 1-35 Ski Club 35 French Club 3,45 Pep Club 45 PNEUMA Staff 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 45 Merit Roll 35 Office Girl 45 State Board of Education Award5 News- paper Staff 3 fAssistant Editor5 Play Cast 3,45 Play Crew 45 Outstanding Teen of America5 NFL 2-4 110 fTreasurer 3, President 45 Salutatorian5 Gold Cord. EDWARD ELLIS BUSSON: Football 1-4 QAll County 4, Outstanding lineman 455 FFA 2-45 FFA Basketball 2, 4. DONALD LLOYD BURKEY: Football 15 Baseball 1, 25 Lettermen's Club 35 FFA 3. RUTH ELAINE BROWNING: Basketball 1, 25 NFL 35 GAA 25 Volleyball 1, 25 Band 1-45 PNEUMA Staff 45 Intramural Manager 3,45 NHS Service Award 2,45 Merit Roll. ROY CHARLES BROSCH: Baseball 1, 25 Wrestling 2. DANIEL LEE BOWLING: Wrestling 2-4. DOUGLAS ALAN BLANAR: Band 1-35 Science Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Newspaper Staff 3. GREGORY PAYNE BIDINGER: Student Council 3, 45 Class Vice-President 35 Track 1-45 NFL 3,45 Debate 45 Lettermen's Club 35 Boys' State 35 Cross Country 45 NHS 45 Gold Cord5 Top Eight in'Class Award. CHARLES ANTHONY BERGER: Intramural Manager 4. FRANK JOSEPH BERENYI: Football 15 Baseball 1. JOHN ROBERT BAKER: Football 15 Track 15 Play Cast 35 FTA 1-35 Chorus 1-4 fVice-President 255 Golf 2-45 Wrestling 1, 25 Band 2 fTreasurer 25. DEBORAH KAY ASHLEY: NHS 2-45 Class Treasurer 1, 25 Basketball 2-4 fCo-Captain.455 Track 15 Band 1, 25 Chorus 1, 25 GAA 2-45 Pep Club 1-4 fSecretary 355 FTA 25 Honor Roll 2,45 Merit Roll 1-45 Intramural Manager 35 Track Stat 3,4. WARREN GROVER ASHCRAFT: Football 15 Baseball 1-45 Crosscountry 45 Lettermen's Club 4. PATRICIA LYNN ANDERSON: FBLA 2, 35 COS 1-4 fHistorian 455 Typing 8 Shorthand Awards5 Merit Roll. SUSAN LYNN ALDRICH: NHS 2-45 Student Council 1-3 fTreasu.rer 35 Band 1,25 Chorus 1, 25 Pep Club 1-45 GAA 2-4 fSecretary 355 Cheerleading 1-4 fCo-Captain 455 Basketball Attendant 45 Gold Cord5 PTA Scholar- ship. THERMAN PHILIP ADKINS: Football 1-4. PAMELA SUE ADKINS: Chorus 1-45 FBLA 3,45 GAA 45 COS 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 May Court 45 Shorthand team 4 fPlaced 2nd in County55 Typing and Shorthand Awards. - THERESA JEAN ADAMSON: Pep Club 1-45 Block 3,45 GAA 45 French Club 45 Office Girl 45 Play Crew 4. AMY MARCENE ADAMS: Spanish Club 3 fVice Presi- dent55 GAA 1-35 FTA 1-35 Volleyball Team 2. E' ,gg '7SV"s I S G 5 f' , one QEEN " I , .ffqffw lfii SEL Best Wishes to the Class of '73 from fir- Emi Pharm . am S Hman swi m' ASSOCIATI OF woosren CO-OP SUPERMARKET K 1 wi, Better Service Hearing Aid Service and Sales at Arlington Lower Prices Optical Higher Quality THE CITIZENS BANK 84TRUST COMPANY ' f? . fb I. 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High Orrville, Ohio 683-1726 BEN NET'S WAYNE AUTO PARTS CO Parts for Auto-Tractor-Truck Appliances Auto Parts and Machine Shop Work Wooster Qrfville O1'1'Vi11e, Ohio 682-4050 262-6921 682-1901 118 SUPER MART Orrville's Complete Discount Department Store RUFENER'S fine furniture and carpet Rittman Ohio 137 East Ohio Street 925-4956 K 84 1 Sunoco Tires-Batteries-Repairs , I 5666 Wooster Rd. West Norton, Ohio WRIC-HT'S 5 8410 The Right Item The Right Place The Wright Store Doyle stown Ohig Portage Street "Quality Medicine at Practical Prices Purdy's Pharmacy Gifts Convalescent Supplies School Supplies Cosmetics Call Us For All Your Prescriptions and Health Needs 105 North Portage Street 658-2711 Meet your friends at POST HOUSE MEICGREGOR SUPPLY COMPANY A complete Line of Plumbing, Heating, Electrical Equipment, and Supplies "Specializing in Commercials and Residentials" Courtesy of -- Bernie Stamp 5340 Wooster Road West Barberton, Ohio 825-9911 j. M. SMUCKER CG. Compliments of i Orrville Ohio UNION 84 LINCER IEWELERS Ring Sizing Engraving Diamonds Remounted Free Estimates All Work Guaranteed Fast Service WATCH gl JEWELRY REPAIRING Have Your Ring Cleaned 8: Checked FREE While You Wait Magic City Shopping Center 191 Wooster Road North Open Evenings Until 9:00 120 GIRVES HOME OF BIG TIME ENTERTAINMENT in Bill Lezo's Gaslight Room Brown Derby Norton 2934 Cleveland-Massillion Road Norton AMERICAS FAVORITE STEAKHOUSES T631 II ortlwm BU I L DIN G 8- QRWP X M ggggg LoAN co. 'I als- N Serving You From mai . Four Locatlonsz Barberton Copley Norton Portage Lake Norman Foraker M. D. Warren CAgentQ Gates Insurance Agency Inc. 3276 South Cleve-Mass. Road Loyal Oak Ohio Barberton, Ohio 121 825-9915 Dr. Phillip F. C-ilcrest ":5 l -- 1 f --W, Q m ,L ",, -+f, , . , .3 . Wi 2, F 122 QV" . ir- Q- 473 SO th D yl stown Oh SMITTY'S TEXACO SERVICE P rtage 658-2520 MONBARREN FUNERAL HOME Doylestown, Ohio THE DOYLESTOWN PHONE CO 4 IJ . 'q 'Env DURBIN FLOORS INC. Carpet Linol m F mica C mic 80 N th P t g St t Doylestown Ohio 658-6159 658-6489 john Kulscar Proprietor MACIIC CITY BODY REPAIR Collision Specialists We Barberton, Ohio 825-6611 Where Shopping is a 5 Pl easure 'Ii I? Portage Square Plaza Wooster, Ohio C. I. DANNEMILLER Wholesale Concession Supplies Doylestown, Ohio HlLLToP TAVERN 69 North Portage Street Doylestowrg Ghio 658-9131 825-9848 1378 Woosrsn RD,. W. CAN YOU CORRECTLY READ THE SIMPLE. WELL-KNOWN Pl-IRASES ENCLOSED IN THE TRIANGLES PRINTED BELOW. mms ONCE emo IN THE IN A w we jus smne A ufsrsme me HANQ H A NIC ' S CAF E BARBERTON. or-no AL 8: ED HANIC. PROP. K'S KANDIES HOMEMADE gl MILKMAID BULK CHOCOLATE IN COLOR MOLDS 508 Park Avenue Barberton, Ohio 745-0912 Kate Davis Mara Bronko DOYLESTOVVN BEVERAGE STORE 1535 N. Portage Street 658-2671 4: 0 0 HOLLIS AGENCY Serving Doviestown Since 1936 129 North Portage Road 658-2512 RED PEPPER STEAK HOUSE - and Cocktail Lounge - We are on Rt. 261 and Barber Road From Rt. 77 or 21, Exit at 261. From 224, Exit on Barber Rd. Norton, Ohio Phone 745-0202 -Banquet Rooms- T-BONE STEAK - YAM - CHICKEN FISH - SHRIMP - DINNERS Louie juhasz, mgr. Hours: 11:30 till 12:00 Sunday 12 till 9. Closed Mon. B 84 W QIL .COMPANY MARATHI N1 PRODUCTS Delivery of Heating Oil 81 Gasoline Auto Parts Sz Service Rittman, Ohio 925- Phone: 759-UQ4 , Jerri 11.116120 6 IEAUTY SALON E72 W. T sc A e larberion, Ohio IME Specichzmg in High Styling by Appohhnodt HARDMAN AND REUDY MOTORS "ThefHouse That Volume Built" DODGE JEEP AMERICAN MOTORS 900 Broad Street Wadgwgrfh, Ohio 334-1596 METZCER PHOTO SUPPLY 725 E. Market St. Chapel Hill Mali 535-2693 633-7666 BATES AGENCY, INC. 210 High Street Wadsworth, Ohio Parking 10 a.m. to 9:30 p. m. 3344577 Bank Americard 8: Master Charge A.C. MCCARTNEY 84 SQNS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone: 658-2362 RD iii Box 249 The First Federal Savings 84 Loan Association of Cleve I and 214 High Street Wadsworth, Ohio 44281 Phone: 334-2591 Home of Award Winning Photography SYLVART STUDIOS 504 West Tuscarawas Avenue Barberton, Ohio 745-9921 128 ,.--51:4-,gag- MO NA S BEAUTY SALO N Specializing in High Styling Hair Cuts, " 1.gg?5Ei- fgigif Permanent Waves, Bleaching, Tinting, etc. if'-:'i'ff?9'i .-" Wigs and Wiglets Styled and Sold X' Mona Zelei owner and operator and four Stylists 65 8 ' 2 01 6 21 North Portage St. Doylestown, Ohio THE COMMERCIAL BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY OF WOOSTER 'XFLILL i QE watt S iii t .t it , P gk " mm I .I-N 'E I HI v..n' AIX wi If . 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OHIO -44230 CARRINO IGNITION COMPANY ENGINE TUNE-UP BRAKES AIR CONDITIONING ALTERNATORS CARBURATORS Phone: 335- 8571 Compliments of HUGH L. STRICKLAND, INC. CHEVROLET BUICK 112 East Ohio Avenue Rittman, Ohio 131 GOOD LUCK SE NIORS 6465404446 CONSTRUCTION co. C0mPli1T1GHtS Of 80 North Portage St. Doylestown, Ohio 658-6659 COMPLETE Home Service QUALITY CASTING COMPANY "THE" QUALITY . . . and "AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Orrville, Ohio EITGHI orthem BUILDING 8: LoAN co U g s ? Serving you from 4 locations XYZ? Barberton Copley Norton Portage Lake Best Wishes to the Class of 1973 , I I 1- fu..A'1r.i?', r,,....a, 1. it 115157111111arrafxrrlfsllllrslrgmr Rubbermaid Incorporated LEPLEY'S SERVICE STATION onthe square GOOD LUCK Fuel Oil Deliveries SENIORS over 45 years 658-2721 I 133 AKRON: 680 E. Market Street Open 7 days 9 to 10 WADSWORTH: 134 Akron Road Open Mon, thru Sat. 9-9, Sun 10-6 RITTMAN: 230 N. Main St. Open Mon. thru Sat. 9-9, Sun 11-7 WILLIAM C-. TAYLOR, INC. Complete Real Estate and Insurance Services Free Customer Parking at our New Location "TO MAKE A HOUSE - OWN IT" "TO KEEP IT - INSURE IT" 534 Wooster Road West Barberton Ohio 745 -3 149 BARBERTON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ESTABLISHED 1928 Approved for Veteran's Training IBM Keypunch EDF Computer Programming ALL BUSINESS SUBJECTS Associate Degree in Executive Accounting gl Executive Secretarial Call 745-5716 for Information 81 Brochure BILL LOVE CHEVROLET BILL LQVE Sells FW VHFVROIM V i CONGRATULATIONS Orrville, Ohio 682-2010 4 LAWSON'S Come to Lawson's for Your Picnic Party gl Everyday Foods Open E ve ryday for Your Convenience CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 'I973 DOYLESTOWN HI l Home of the "Fighting Chipps" Football Season S V 1' ty Sq d Ken Vinez jim Goodwill jeff Mills Phil Young Paul Petit Denny White jack Frank Dave Musgrave Mark Van H r Bob Miller Ed B iw ' ' , 1 if h l , 'FM 4, THIS PAGE coMPl.lMEN'rs OF 5, , . 'I -dl H i '.- ,. " lk 2.1, ' . llflflflff 'lffflfll F ra n kl I n P a vk ov , . ' w I. -4 ' """' . 4,'..,k'p"vr.qi:, 'III ,M C Q C gi. m...,.,, onsfruchon o. 135 ALLISON BUILDERS I F , Building " and X! Remodeling 658-6005 658-6977 Doylestown, Ohio Ted and Dee Good Luck Class of '73 SUN VALLEY INN 762 North Portage Road Doylestown Ohio SIFEERT'S MARATHON U-Haul Truck and Trailer Rental 143 Broad Street Wadsworth, Ohio 44281 UMW Q59 Phone 335-9781 HISS BAKERY IBS BECUND BT., N. W. BARBERTDN DHICI Puouz 745-4222 I3 urn.:-rl Lou: nr Euan Fauna - F D DIUDIATID Duran Fon Au. Du Compliments of Best of Luck to the Class of '73 Compliments of PE N N EYS WILLIAM AN NAT CO. Magic City Center Barberton Public Square Wooster, Ohio LE N NY'S coNoRATULAT1oNs TO THE CLASS OF '73 PIZZA - GOOD LUCK M. Doylestown, Ohio from the 1972-73 Annual Staff 136 658-6539 CAR Wooster Road, Barberton, Oluo orth, Barberton, Street, W , Barberton, Doyles town, 137 Q 'X W ,Q E ,'f:14 iI,,. 1.f"L'ii5f1 ' Wav Ae wif? ff X ww .fl til' Q4 yr: 11111:ma?!'f3f451:4..sga21 'Q - , , fe Qsrfiiii fftiffi ..,, H, lf? fe FE.. B OOP REV 461 East Chnton Street Doylestown, Ohlo Avenue We 138 Washington worth workp senior trip success! The inspiration for the whole year for the 1973 seniors was WASHINGTON D. C. ! We worked toward a common goal, and united as a great class. We had bakesales, din- ners, and a raffle. All at once we were working together and we accomplished a great deal. We weren'tdisappoint- ed with our trip. The sights were beautiful and we got to know each other just a little bit better. We saw the White House, the FBI, the Supreme Court, and sat with Ralph Regula on the Capitol steps. All in all, we enjoyed our- selves and had a great time. K X kgfz 2 if-2 5535? 3535? 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