Conotton Valley High School - Rockette Yearbook (Bowerston, OH)
- Class of 1974
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DAVID PAUL YAGER CC1ass of "YD
Weep, ye who sorrow for the dead,
Thus breaking hearts their pain relieve:
And graceful are the tears ye shed,
And honored ye who grieve.
The praise of those who sleep in earth,
The pleasant memory of their worth,
The hope to meet when life is past,
Shall heal the tortured mind at last.
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The 1974 Rockette Staff is proud to dedicate this yearbook to Mrs.
Virginia Allen. She, in past years, has contributed greatly to the Conotton
Valley Schools. To her, we say thank you.
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mighty flame .
This year's Seniors started the
year with a very good financial
status. The Seniors created an
enthusiastic and well-planned
They were disappointed , how-
ever, when an epidemic of hepa
titis delayed graduation for one
week. Graduation included 43
Seniors - 23 girls and 20 boys.
Senior Class Officers
Robin Zantene, Secretary: Chuck Milliken, President: Renee Hudak, Vice-Presidentg Anna Tope, Treasurer.
TAMARA IO BENTE BRUCE IAY HENRY KAREN SUE POTTS
Tami: F.H.A. Club 1:
leader: Reserve Basketball
Cheerleader 2: Varsity Bas-
ketball Cheerleader 3, 4:
Football Cheerleader Cap-
tain 4: Band 1, 2. 3: Choir
2, 3, 4: Majorette 3:
Librarians' Club 2, 3, 4:
Librarians' Club Secretary
4: Girls' Basketball 4:
3, 4: B.O.E. Club 3: Play
JOHN KARNS MARSHA LYNN DUNFEE
Bruce: Football 2: Football
Manager 1: Wrestling 2:
Journalism 3: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Trio 2: Boys' Quartet 3:
Boys' Ensemble 3: Mixed Ensemble 3: Jazz Ensemble 4:
Madrigal Choir 4: Student Council 4.
Karen: Choir 1, 3, 4: B.O.E. Club 3, 4: B.O.E. Club Trea-
surer 4: Office Worker 4.
John: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf Team
2: F.C.A. 1, 2: Student Council 1: Homecoming Escort 1,
2, 3: Sweetheart Escort 3.
Marsha: Freshman Basketball Cheerleader: Reserve Basketball
Cheerleader 2: Varsity Basketball Cheerleader 3, 4: Pep Club
1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 2, 4: Beta Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3,
4: Student Council 1: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Ensemble 3: Girls'
Ensemble 3: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Sweetheart Attend-
ant 3: Majorette 1, 2, 3.
Freshman Basketball Cheer-
MARGIE ELLEN THOMPSON JOSEPH FINNICUM CAROLYN LUCILLE TITUS
Margie: Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Clarinet Choir 1, 3, Saxo-
phone Ensemble 4g Stage
Band 1, 2: Select Band 1,
2, 3, Band Librarian 3, Band
Student Director 4g Ameri-
canism Award 2, 3, County
Americanism Award 25
Scholarship Team 1, 2, 39
Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Librari-
ans' Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2,
3: Science Club 4.
Lucille: Choir 1, 2: Beta S
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Club
Treasurer 4g B.O.E. Club
3, 45 Pep Club 25 Librari-
ans' Club 1, 2g Office Worker 4.
ROBIN ANNE LESTER
Robin: Claymont 1g Student Council 2, 4, Beta Club 45
Homecoming Attendant 2, 4, Choir 4g Girls' Basketball 4g
Student Council Secretary 4.
Chuck: Basketball 3, 4.
Patty: Band lg Pep Club 2: B.O.E. Club 3, 45 Beta Club 45
Office Worker 4.
RENBE MARIE HUDAK PERRY L. GREZLIK
NANCY L. BOOTH
Renee: Class Treasurer 3:
Class Vice-President 4g
Beta Club 2, 3, 49 Pep Club
4g Football Cheerleader 49
Homecoming Queen 4: Bas-
ketball Manager 4.
Perry: Football 3, 4.
Nancy: Choir 1, 2, 33 Girls'
Duet 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 25
Yearbook Staff 29 Ameri-
canism Achievement Award
2g Girls' Ensemble 1, 2:
Beta Club 2, 8, 4: Beta
Club Vice-President 44
B.O.E. Club 3, 4: B.O.E.
Club President 4, Student Council 25 Bowling Team 2g Librar-
ians' Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarians' Club Vice-President 34
Librarians' Club President 4: N.E.O.S.L.A. Vice-President
3: N.E.O. S.L.A . President 45 Librarian of the Year 2: Office
Jay: Basketball lg Football 1, 25 Golf Team 1, 2: F.C.A. 1,
2: Homecoming Escort 2.
Carol: Freshman Basketball Cheerleaderg Band 1, 2, 3g
Reserve Basketball Cheerleader 25 Varsity Basketball Cheer-
leader 3 .
Carla: Band 1, 2.
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FRANK SAYRE JAMES L. PRICE
Robin: Band 1, 2, 35 Choir 3, 45 Class Secretary 1, 45 Librar
ians' Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Ensemble 45
F.H.A. 1, 25 B.O.E. Club 35 Science Club 4.
Frank: Basketball Manager
1, 25 Choir 3, 45 Audio-
Visual Club 4.
Jim: Beta Club 3, 45 Sci-
ence Club 45 Buckeye Boys'
Tom: Football 1, 2, 35
Choir 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Biology Club 1. 2, 3.
Dick: New Philadelphia 1,
25 Buckeye Boys' State 3.
THOMAS SCOTT RICHARD HENRY IANICE RILEY
Ann: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom
Attendant 3: Freshman Basketball Cheerleader: Biology Club
1: Varsity Basketball Cheerleader 3: Football Cheerleader 2,
3: Librarian 1: Student Council 1: Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 4:
Yearbook Editor 4: Beta Club 4: Beta Club Secretary 4:
Homecoming Attendant 4.
Patti: Class Secretary 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 2: Beta Club 2, 3:
B.O.E. Club 3: B.O.E. Club Treasurer 3: Girls' Basketball 3.
Cliff: F.C.A. 1: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 3: Home-
coming Escort 2: Wrestling 2.
Jean: Librarian 1, 2: Choir 1, 2: Office Worker 4: B.O.E.
Club 3' ANN ELLEN FEDAsz
Jay: Wrestling 2 .
Anna Marie: Pep Club 2:
Student Council 3: Choir 3 ,
4: Homecoming Attendant
3: Class Vice-President 1:
Girls' Basketball 3: G.A.A.
3: Class Treasurer 4:
B.O.E. Club 3, 4: Office
PATTI IO BOOTH CLIFF TOPE
JEAN SIMLER JAY BROWN ANNA MARIE TOPE
Tina: Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A.
3, 45 G.A.A. President 35 Choir 3, 45 Track 15 Retro-Rocket
Marty: Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 All-Ohio Youth Choir 4: Student
Council 2, 3 , 45 Jazz Ensemble 45 Madrigal Choir 45 Ensem-
bles 2, 3, 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3: Clarinet Choir 2,
35 Who's Who Among American High School Students 35
Americanism Award 35 Select Band 2, 35 Yearbook 2, 3, 49
Yearbook Editor 2, 3, 4.
Roxanne: Pep Club 15 Choir 2, 4.
Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Prom Attendant 35 Mixed
Ensemble 35 Class Vice-
President 35 Class Treasurer
25 Homecoming Attendant
15 G.A.A. 3, 45 B.O.E.
Club 45 Senior Girls'
Ensemble 45 Science Club
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5 XX Shirley: Choir 1, 2, 3, 45
TINA MARIE LEGGETT
John: Football 45 Basketball
1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
Robin: Pep Club 25 Choir 2,
3: B.O.E. Club 3, 4.
MARTIN LEE SHULTZ ROXANNE CADLE
SHIRLEY JEAN COFFY JOHN CALDWELL ROBIN RAE RILEY
Shawn: Choir 1, 2, 3g Foot-
ball 1g Mixed Ensemble 2.
Chuck: Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4: Football 1, 3: Football
Statistician 2, 4g Class
President 2, 3, 4: Student
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Student
Council President 3, 4:
Beta Club 2, 3, 43 Beta
Club President 4, F. C. A .
lg Retro-Rocket Staff 4,
Musical 4: National Sci-
ence Foundation Scholar-
ship 4: Choir 3, 4: Solo and
Ensemble contest 1, 3, 4,
Duet 3: Mixed Quartet 3 , 4g
Ensembles 3: Madrigal Choir 4.
Martha: Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 3, 4: Science Club 4.
FRED BARNHOUSE CHARLES S. MILLIKEN
MURRAY POUNDS MITCH ALSEPT
MARTHA MAE COLE
Shirley watches our last game.
Marty and Ann, Senior Editors,
work on Rockette .
Robin enjoys a refreshing break.
Anna orders her Senior pictures.
Just think . . . my last year
Senior Class Prophecy
"Hi Marty, I thought I would never find your room. "
"Well Ann , I was hoping someone would come and tell me about our classmates
and the reunion. After all, it has been ten years since graduation. "
"I wasn't sure what was wrong with you, so I asked at the reception desk.
LUCILLE TITUS was there and she said you had a brain tumor. How are you
"Okay I guess, but when I got here I wasn't sure I would be. My doctor is SHAWN
HERRON and my brain surgeon is FRED BARNHOUSE. Can you believe it? How was
"The first person I saw was RENEE HUDAK . She said that she is now the manager
for the New'York Knickerbockers, and that MITCH ALSEPT is their starting center.
"PATTY BAKER is now a cover model in Paris and TAMI BENTE is her hair-dres-
ser. Margie Thompson does her make-up and TOM SCOTT is her agent.
"Of course , there are always a few who stay around the school. JOHN CALDWELL
is now the principal: and his secretary, NANCY BOOTH , must be quite busy, for I
understand that she is also librarian at the school. The new home ec . teacher is
MARTHA COLE , and the janitor is JANICE RILEY .
"Anna Tope had an interesting story. She and CLIFF are co-owners of Tope's
Rootbeer Stand. CHUCK POTTS is head car-hop and Anna said that ROBIN LESTER
and PATTI BOOTH are very regular customers.
"SHIRLEY COFFY is the owner of the plantation which is the chief supplier for the
Maxwell House Co . JIM PRICE is her head farmer and JAY BROWN keeps her equip-
ment in tip-top shape .
' 'I was quite disappointed in the over-all turn-out of the reunion, but the high-
light of the evening was CHUCK MILLIKEN streaking through the room . Due to his
grotesque mask, the only positive identification was his laugh.
"Oh by the way, you'll never guess who was driving my taxi here today, FRANK
SAYRE. He told me that he had been talking to MURRAY POUNDS at his Playboy
Club. Murray's two head bunnies are LISA SALAPACK and CARLA BALL.
"Gee Marty, I bet it's costing you a bundle to stay here . "
"No, not really, I have a pretty good insurance company. It's called "Henry Sc
Henry Insurance Co. , " owned by DICK HENRY and BRUCE HENRY. "
"On my way up, the elevator stopped at the maternity floor and I thought I rec-
ognized the nurse, so I got off. Sure enough, it was ROBIN RILEY. She was showing
a baby to JOHN KARNS. He told me that he and MARSHA DUNFEE finally tied the
knot and settled down to a family. Have there been many people in to see you?"
"Not really, but ROXANNE CADLE was in and told me about her problems as a
housewife . Also I had a visit from the director of the hospital, PERRY GREZLIK . I
was shocked. The head nurse, JEAN SIMLER came with him. I see ROBIN ZANTENE
quite often, as she is the cleaning lady on this floor.
"Oh yea , TINA LEGGETT was in but not to see me . She wrecked her car and was
in the emergency room .
"JAY VAUGHAN came up to see me. He was in a police uniform, and he said he
had brought in JOE FINNICUM who had been shot robbing a bank. I asked him if he
and CAROL COPELAND were married. He told me they were and that she stays
home worrying about his being on the force .
"Well Marty, I guess I had better go. Can I do anything before I leave?"
"Yea , how about turning on the television. "
"Okay - Qclickj - Hey look! There's that funny commercial about the pantyhose
that never run. You might know that KAREN POTTS would be singing their theme
song, 'Turtles Never Run. ' Well, I will go cook Rick's supper. Have a quick
recovery and get out of here . "
"Okay - Bye, Ann. Thanks for stopping by."
--Ann Fedasz and Marty Shultz
Senior Class Wills
I, Mitch Alsept, will all of my old exams to any-
one who is willing to pay what they are worth.
I, Patty Baker, will all my old Government notes
to Kathy Simlerg and my electric typewriter, to
my sister, Carol.
I, Carla Ball, will the ability to come to school
straight and keep straight just until 3:10 to Mark
I, Fred Barnhouse, will my great driving skill to
Mark Swongerg and a burned out light bulb, to
I, Tami Bente, will to Mark Gilchrist, a jar of
peanut butter: and to my brother Chris , at least 2
points a game in basketball.
I, Nancy Booth, will to Brenda Booth the Gremlins
from the libraryg and to Mrs. Gross, a doctor's
certificate for the next time she goes to Nation-
I, Patti Booth, will to my sweet C73 Aunt Brenda
my talent for doing nothing in shop and not get-
I, Jay Brown, will all my good little falcons to
Scott Henry: and my ability to ride a bike, to
I, Roxanne Cadle, will myself to Rich Manbeckg
and my good year of friendship with Marsha, to
Kelly Nign, who needs it badly.
I, John Caldwell, will my special driving skills to
Terry Miller, and my New Year's resolution, to
I, Carol Copeland, will to "The Pest" my ability
to stay busy in shop class without doing anything.
l, Martha Cole, being of sound mind and body,
will to Miss Ross my cooking ability and my sense
I, Shirley Coffy, will to Mr. Curry the Cleveland
Browns Football team .
I, Marsha Dunfee, will all my love to John Karnsg
my nickname "underwear" to a certain sopho-
more girl, and all my "Learn to Speak Spanish"
bazooka comics, to Mr. McVey.
I, Ann Fedasz, will to Cathy Masters one pair of
suspenders to wear at basketball practice and one
pack of band-aids.
I, Joe Finnicum. will my ability to drive a stick-
shift car to Betty Dobbins and my ability to get a
deer, to Donnie Alsept.
l, Perry Grezlik, will my "64" Chevelle and all
its problems to Karen Browning: and to Mr. Fitz-
water, steel hands.
I, Bruce Henry, will my Super-Chevelle to Mark
Swongerg a giant cigar to Miss Myersg my knowl-
edge of music to "Rembrandt" Doberg and my
ability to write Mr. McVey's name on a pass to
I, Shawn Herron, will to my brother, Toby, my
boots: and to Kathy my mouse trap: and to Lori
Gleitsman, my bugs.
I, Renee Hudak, will to Doug Scott my Warlock's
Curse, to Carl Causby, a Tic-Tac: to Jeff
Elmore , Bozog and to Bill Potts, fermented grape
I, John Karns, will all my great hunting skills to
Rod Cadleg and my nickname "Savage, " to
I, Tina Leggett, will to Dianne Robinson an oxy-
gen tank: to Dee Dee Hahn, the ability to go
parking without getting bushwackedg to Peggy
Rutledge , some spare time to catch up on her
spare-time jokes, and to Marsha Dunfee, a pair of
I, Robin Lester, will to Barb McBride , my ability
to talk down a fight, to my kid sister Lori, my
nose: and to Kevin Newell, my dog 'n suds ash-
I, Chuck Milliken, alias Charles Selby Dalton,
III, will to Mrs. FitzPatrick, "a few little grue-
somesg" and to Mr. Natoli, Chapters 8, 9, and 10
by the end of next six weeks. "Ah life has been
sweet, but that will make 'going' . . . a little
I, Chuck Potts, being of sound mind and body,
will to my brother, William, a new Chang car: to
my brother, Ray, a new pair of hoovesg and to Mr.
McVey, my green Converse tennis shoes.
I, Karen Potts, will to Mrs. Gross, my oldest,
tackiest pair of jeans, to Chris Link, a plum tree:
and to Mike Carrothers, my eternal love.
I, lim Price, will my life on the farm to anyone
who thinks they can hack it.
I, Janice Riley, will my height to Dianne Robin-
son: and my ability to graduate at an old age to
I, Robin Riley, will to Gretta Bowling, one pair of
fingernail clippers and the ability to get along
with my brother: and to Nancy Tope, one Daily
Absentee Report every morning.
I, Lisa Salapack, will to Mr. Fitzwater a bottle of
Murine and a fire truck: to Mr. Graham, a piece
of gum: and to Lori a new shirt.
I, Frank Sayre , will my ability to eat fast to Tom
I, Marty Shultz, will to Mr. Dober, a brake lin-
ing for his luxury car.
I, Jean Simler, will my great love of football to
next year's football cheerleadersg and the New
York lets, to Mr. Pore .
I, Margie Thompson, will my ability to say
"excuse me" after running into an inanimate
object to Melinda Huntg and a Spanish dictionary
to next year's Government class.
I, Lucille Titus, will to Cindy Dorto and Kelly
Nign my ability to catch and keep a many and to
Mr. Pore, my favorable opinions on marriage.
l, Anna Tope, will to Robert Fell, all my clean
thoughtsg to Nadine Fish, a fishg and to my sister,
Nancy, a new pair of glasses. -
I, lay Vaughan, will to Doug Scott, my seat in
eighth period study hall.
I, Robin Zantene, will my nickname back to lay
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Jim Dalton. President:
Carl Causby, Treasurer:
Doug Scott, Vice-Presidentg
Nita Leggett , Secretary
Wendy Caldwell, Treasurer:
Jenny Muth, Vice-President:
Sherrie Hudak, President:
Diane Robinson , Secretary
Betty Walker, Treasurer:
Karen Browning , Secretary:
Chris Milliken, President:
Ronnie Bowers, Vice-President
Juniors Go On Selling Spree To Finance Prom
Dee Dee Hahn
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Nellie Bake and Gary Dunfee talk
over the gas shortage .
Juniors display selling items.
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Sophomores Bnghten School Wlth Flower Day
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Jeff looks for a rebound.
Jane , Barb, and Cindy work together to finish project.
Q Vickie disgustingly corrects typing errors.
Lori and Kathy slave through typing class. Keri hems a skirt
Freshman Class Treasury Grows Prom Bake Sale
Brenda searches for paper.
Vickie puts up a new bulletin
David West, David Shull,
Charles DeWalt, and Denny Lim-
ron discuss the "Out of Order"
Louise practices a recorder.
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Mark watches Tami play their
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gusting day of Phys. Ed.
Kelly uses her free time to write a letter.
Mr. Graham and Randy seem
very interested in something.
Shawn shows how easy lifting
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MR. JAMES CAMPBELL
Board Cf Education
SEATED: Dr. Kenneth Lloyd, Presidentg Mr. Oney Anderson, Vice-Pres
ident. STANDING: Mr. Lester Stearns, Mr. George McCullough, Mr.
MR. JOHN EVANS
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MRS. MAXINE PRICE
MR. FRANK MASTERS
MR. JIM GALIGHER
MISS ROBERTA ROSS
MR. ALLAN DOBER
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2. MR. JAMES GROSS
3. MR. ANTHONY NATOLI
4. MR. JOHN PORE
Business Office Education
MR. JIM BIELESKI
MR. GREG NEWELL
Civics and Business Law
MRS. ELSIE WARNER
MR. BOB FITZWATER
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MISS CHRISTINA MYERS
MR. DAVID GRAHAM
Boys' Health and
MRS . SHIRLEY FITZPATRICK
MRS . VELMA GROSS
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Prom - '73
The 1973 Junior! Senior Prom
was held on April 27 , 1973, at
the Holiday Inn in New Philadel-
phia. The main event of the
evening was the crowning of the
1973 King and Queen. Denny
Newell, 1972 King, crowned the
new King, Carl Kutcher, and tl'1e
new Queen, Cindy Copeland.
FRONT ROW: Carl Kutcher and Cindy Copeland. SECOND ROW: Jim Dalton, Shirley Coffy, Doug Scott, Pam
Zimmerman, Martha Cole, Fred Ruwardi, Ann Fedasz and Rick Cummings.
1. Shirley Coffy and Anna Tope
handed out the Senior gifts.
2. The Senior Wills were read by
3. Colleen Hudak read the Class
4. Doug Conrad, the Senior Class
President, thanked the Juniors for
the outstanding Prom.
5. Chuck Milliken, Junior Class
President, welcomed the Sen-
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1973 Seniors discuss the program.
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Michelle Wallace and date "A Promise is Forever. "
arrive at the Prom.
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Graduation - 73
Lee Ann Causby was valedictorian of
Bill Lloyd sang "The Trumpet
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Becky Hunt had the honors of
leading in the girls.
Performing in the band for the last time .
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The 1973 Senior Class
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Nancy Pearch receives her diploma from the school board President.
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seniors into the gym .
Seniors receive last minute instructions.
The Benediction was given by Rev. Ralph Chambers. Graduation can be a sad occa
Steve arrives at the school for A diploma is something to be proud of .
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1. The queen and her court
enjoyed the ceremonies although
the game was rather slushy.
2. Our queen, Renee, kept on
smiling, keeping her crown dry.
3. Peggy enjoyed the evening's
activities, and also dancing to
the music of Buckwheat.
4. Mike and Brenda were one of
the many couples who enjoyed
the closeness of a slow dance.
5. Some couples just enjoyed
6 . As you can see, the dance was
a great success.
7. Bobby and Jay discuss the
course of events, along with the
latest jokes .
There was a record attendance that evening.
Joyce and John enjoyed the
It must have been funny.
Together . . . again.
Jay and Carol
Mike and Parry
Sweetheart Dance 1974
Bryan and Susie John and Marsha
John and Sherrie Chuck and Robin
John Caldwell, Sherrie Hudak, Carol Copeland, Jay Vaughan, John Karns, Marsha Dunfee, Chuck Potts, Robin
Lester, Patty Haines, Mike Gilchrist. SEATED: Bryan Cole and Susie McCullough.
Bryan blushes as he crowns his sweetheart. Everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of Spyce .
A striking pose by Mrs. Huebner
A tender moment.
A delightful dance.
Jim Dalton welcomed everyone
to the Prom.
Marty Shultz read the Senior
Amy Smith passed out senior gifts to all seniors , including Perry Grez-
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ior class for the evening's festivi-
The Senior Class Wills were read
by Ann Fedasz .
and Rhonda, Roxanne and Rich, Don and Susie, and Joni and Bryan
the location, the Delphian Inn.
Romig and Kathy Specht took an evening stroll before joining the
June Latimer enjoyed the music
by "Ho11ywood. "
SEATED: Chuck Milliken, Anna Marie Tope. STANDING: Bryan Cole, Joni McCauley, Mike Shepperson, Shir
ley Coffy, Tom Dalton, Nita Leggett, Ann Fedasz, Rick Cummings, Chris Tedrick, Gary Tedrick.
'74 King And '74 Prince And '73 King And
Queen Princess Queen
KING: Chuck Milliken PRINCE: Tom Dalton KING: Carl Kutcher
QUEEN: Anna Marie Tope PRINCESS: Nita Leggett QUEEN: Cindy Copeland
Ann Fedasz Shirley Coffy
Escort - Rick Cummings Escort - Mike Shepperson
Joni McCauley Chris Tedrick
Escort - Bryan Cole Escort - Gary Tedrick
Chuck and Anna Marie dance
together during the dance for the
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Patty fixes Iim's boutonniere
before going in.
Gerald and Brenda enjoy the meal of ham, green beans, baked potato,
tossed salad , and cream pie .
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crowned by Cindy Copeland, crowned by 1973 queen-.
Graduation - 1974
Murray Pounds is congratulated by Mr. Evans.
Margie Thompson was the class
The future was discussed before Commencement.
Chuck Milliken was the C1355 Class advisors presented the Seniors with their class flower.
The Seniors perform for the last time with the high school choir.
Everyone was proud of their achievements.
Marty Shultz crosses the stage to
receive his diploma .
Patti Booth straightens her mor-
Mitch Alsept receives his flower from Mrs. Gross.
Jay Vaughan receives his dip-
loma from Dr. Kenneth Lloyd
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BAND OFFICERS: Marsha Dunfee, President: Karen Browning,
Valerie Grimes , Vice-President .
Christmas Concert '73
The Concert got off to an unusual start with a Christmas play by various
members of the high school choir.
The Junior High and High School Choirs presented many Christmas
Nita Leggett depicted the part
of a child and sang "You're
all I want for Christmas."
Dee Dee Hahn sang the solo
' 'Blue Christmas . ' '
The Ballad Of Brawn M1chael
On April 5th and 6th, 1974 the
Conotton Valley Music Depart-
ment presented "The Ballad of
Brawn Michael." After many
long hours of work, the show was
a great success.
Portraying the part of the min-
strel was Gerald Sanders while
Peggy Rutledge was a hit as
"Meg the Crone. "
Chuck Milliken starred as
Brawn Michael Dawson, as Tom
Fish acted the part of Doc Flana-
gan and Dee Dee Hahn had the
opposite role as Lehna , a young
witch who wanted to become
Nita Leggett portrayed Molly Flanagan, the town sweetheart.
Doc Flanagan hand wrestles Brawn Michael as the townspeople watch.
June Latimer and Tim Carroll
played Pots and Pans, the
Toby Herron was sensational
as Zachary Muldoon.
The pit band practices for the big
Kathy Specht makes up Peggy A I0m3I1IiC ITIOITICHI
Rutledge, who portrays the part
of Meg the Crone.
The Sr. High Choir sang seven numbers.
P Tim Carroll and Ian Evans sang
The concert band filled the air with music.
Senior Choir members received flowers . "Green Beret" was sung by
Chuck Milliken and Gerald San
FRONT ROW: Jan Evans, Dee Dee Hahn, Joyce Tripp, Brenda Booth, Peggy Rutledge, Nita Leggett. ROW TWO:
Steve Acheson, Bruce Henry, Kevin Newell, Chuck Milliken, Tim Carroll, Marty Shultz, Tom Fish.
STUDENT DIRECTOR: ALL-OHIO YOUTH CHOIR: ACCOMPANISTS:
Joyce Tripp Marty Shultz Joyce Tripp, Tim Carroll
High School Choir
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RONT ROW: Joyce Tripp, Dee Dee Hahn, Peggy Rutledge, Nita Leggett, Jan Evans, Cindy Bache, Bob Leg-
ett. ROW TWO: Keith Bowling, Brian Leggett, Kathy Specht, Valerie Grimes, Brenda Booth, Melinda Hunt,
enise Anderson. ROW THREE: Karen Potts, Shirley Coffy, Ann Fedasz, Marty Shultz, Gerald Sanders, Bruce
enry, Steve Acheson, Martha Cole, Tami Bente.
BUSINESS MANAGERS: Peggy
Rutledge and Joyce Tripp.
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1974 ROCKETTE EDITORS: Ann Fedasz and Marty Shultz.
LAYOUT STAFF: Melinda Hunt, Dee Dee Hahn, Joyce Tripp, Marty
Shultz, Marsha Dunfee, Peggy Rutledge, and Ann Fedasz
ADVISOR: Mrs. Velma Gross SPORTS STAFF: Janet Pearch, Brian Leggett, Nita Leggett, and Jerry
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SOPHOMORE EDITOR: Janet Pearch
JUNIOR EDITOR: Brian Leggett
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Wayne and Donnie enjoy their work in mechanical drawing.
The annual staff is hard at work as Nita talks to Brian.
TAFF: FRONT ROW: Laura Bush, Lori Baxter, Lori Lester, Carol Baker, FRONT ROW: Jim Dalton, Busi-
.huck Milliken. ROW 2: Brenda Booth, Nancy Booth, Kathy Specht, ness Managerg Brian Leggett,
elinda Hunt. ROW 3: Robin Riley, Valerie Grimes, Karen Potts, Brian Editor. ROW 2: Brenda Booth and
ggett. ROW 4: Mr. John Pore, Anna Tope, Jim Dalton. Kathy Specht, Assistant Editors.
FRONT ROW: Jeff McGuire,
Frank Sayre, Jan Yosick, Roy
Slentz. ROW 2: Mr. Greg
Newell, Jerry Whitehair, Waldon
Leggett, Denny Jones. ROW 3:
Doug Scott, John Caldwell, Jay
Yosick. ROW 4: James Heaston,
John Clatterbuck, Mark Palmer, 3
Lenny Harstine. ROW 5: Kevin
FRONT ROW: Mr. John McVey, Chuck Milliken, Robin Lester, Cathy Masters, James Heaston, Jenny Muth,
Carol Baker, Tami Bente, Keri Colin, Sherrie Hudak, Sherry Beamer. ROW 2: Greg Limron, Carl Householder
Steve Tope, Ron Host, Joel Milliken, Jeff Leatherman, Ed Wilson, Jan Yosick, Mandy Standiford, Sara Mil-
liken. ROW 3: Kathy Specht, Marty Shultz, Jim Dalton, Jerry Whitehair, Kevin Newell, Tom Dalton, Chris
Milliken, Bruce Henry, Steve Gartrell, Mark Gilchrist, Tim Carroll, Brian Leggett.
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FRONT ROW: Nancy Booth,
Chuck Milliken, Ann Fedasz,
Miss Christina Myers. ROW 2:
Melinda Hunt, lan Evans, Peggy
Rutledge, Amy Smith. ROW 3:
Margie Thompson, Tami Bente,
Patty Baker, Carol Baker. ROW
4: Cathy Masters, Chris Tedrick,
Jenny Muth, Sherrie Hudak. ROW
5: Kelly Nign, Dee Dee Hahn,
Joyce Tripp, Valerie Grimes,
Kathy Specht. ROW 6: Jim Dal-
ton, Marsha Dunfee, Robin Les-
ter, Nita Leggett, Dianna Gatz.
ROW 7: Marty Shultz, Phil Good-
ing, Brian Leggett, Jim Price,
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FRONT ROW: Linda Lawrenceg Susie Carpenter: Barb McBride: Laura Henry: Betty Dobbins. ROW 2: Martha
Coleg Susan Barnhouseg Shelly Hideyg Diane Lawrenceg Beverly McGill: Advisor, Miss Roberta Ross. ROW 3:
Angel Best: Keri Coling Wendy Caldwellg Debbie Langenfeldg Dianna Gatzg Monica Kolatg Brenda Reynoldsg
Darla Henryg Pam Langenfeld.
FRONT ROW: Robin Zanteneg Debbie Langenfeldg Denise Andersong Keri Coling Erma Burkhart. ROW 2: Tami
Benteg Margie Thompsong Nancy Boothg Melinda Huntg Wendy Caldwell: Paige Cotter: Susie Carpenterg Brenda
Boothg Beverly McGillg Dianna Gatzg Advisor, Mrs. Maxine Price.
Cotter, Carol Baker, Dee Dee Hahn, Tami Bente, Malfsha Dunfee, Peg Rutledge, Jan Evans, Joyce Tripp. ROKW
3: Brenda Householder, Vickie Shultz, Dana Baer, Karen Browning, Louise Cottis, Betty Walker, Linnette
Slutz, Cindy Zantene. ROW 4: Sherry Limron, Meri Cottis, Hallie Dempster, Janie Rutledge, Cheryl Penick,
Gayle Henry, Marianne Thompson, Michelle Decker, Nadine Fish, Lori Lester. ROW 5: Carla Norris, Doris
Cotter, Kathy Goodwin, Terry Mullins, Barb Hoffman, Brenda Bowers, Marian Dobbins, Rhonda Cole, Susan
McCullough, Debbie Langenfeld, Christy Craft. ROW 6: Sara Milliken, Tina Galigher, Kim Cole, Debbie
Moughiman, Valinda Grimes, Shelly Hidey, Tina Leggett, Kelly Nign, Janet Pearch. ROW 7: Barb McBride,
Keri Colin, Meri Colin, Lisa Kinsey, Sharon Baer, Jenny Nardi, Suzanne Barnhouse, Patti Smalley. ROW 8:
Shawn Chambers, Ronnie Bowers, Carl Householder, Steve Walker, Jeff Leatherman, Rod Cadle.
FRONT ROW: Kathy Simler, Jan
Evans, Peggy Rutledge, Mr. John
Pore. ROW 2: Amy Smith, Nita
Leggett, June Latimer, Dee Dee
Hahn, Kathy Specht. ROW 3:
Sharon Kniceley, Karen Potts,
Robin Riley, Sharon Browning,
Anna Tope. ROW 4: Joyce Tripp,
Nancy Booth, Patty Baker, Shir-
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Bob Leggett, Steve Gartrell, Brian Leggett, Robbie Robinson, Jay
Yosick, Jerry Whitehair.
Jay Yosick takes some practice swings before teeing off.
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Jerry Whitehair washes his golf ball on the first tee.
C . V . Opponent
0 Garaway 28
15 Strasburg 41
'7 Carrollton CRes.J 8
0 Jewett-Scio 40
12 Steubenville C . C . 28
6 Buckeye West 36
6 Wintersville CRes.j 12
22 New Philadelphia 26
16 Glouster 34
The fans support the team even in the pouring rain.
p Varsity Football Team
FRONT ROW: Mike Gilchrist, John Karns, John Caldwell, Doug Scott, Cliff Tope, Jay Yosick, Mark Gilchrist
ROW 2: Art DeVau1 , Kevin Neidig, Chris Milliken, Jim Dalton, Tim Carroll, Tom Dalton, Ronnie Bower,
Dennis Limron, Mike Carrothers. ROW 3: Tony Scott, Lenny Harstine, Bill Potts, Joe Moughiman, George
Romig, Jeff Elmore, Mickey Cottis, Keith Bowling, Bryan Cole.
Doug Scott gains yardage .
Jay Yosick throws a pass over defending I -S Vikings
Coach assists a player in need . Cliff Tope runs for another C . V. touchdown.
ame made the football hard to
Cliff Tope scores a touchdown for C. V . ghe rain at the homecoming
Quarterback, Jay Yosick, looks for a receiver.
Coach Graham discusses
Mr. John McVeyg Mr. Robert Fitzwaterg Mr. David Graham, Head
Coach: Mr. Greg Curry.
Chuck Milliken and Phil Waldon Leggett, Mike Carrothers, Joe Gilchrist.
ONT ROW: Tami Bente, Renee Hudak, Dianne Robinson. ROW 2: GO ROCKETS GO!
ige Cotter, Sherrie Hudak, Amy Smith.
FRONT ROW: Tami Bente, Peggy Rutledge, Shirley Coffy, Louise Cottis, Tina Leggett, Nita Leggett, Brenda
Householder, Robin Zantene, June Latimer. ROW 2: Debbie Moughiman, Vickie Shultz, Janet Pearch, Dianne
Robinson, Valinda Grimes, Marsha Dunfee, Cathy Masters, Ann Fedasz.
C . V . Opponent
37 Caraway 43
42 Carrollton 35
38 Hiland 52
37 I. V. South 39
28 Tusky Valley 46
48 Newcomerstown 31
51 Carrollton 41
53 Jewett-Scio 18
57 Strasburg 32
57 Lakeland 19
COACHES: Miss Jane Sheridan
and Mrs. Jayne Huebner.
SENIOR PLAYERS: Tina Leggett, Shirley Coffy, Tami Bente, Robin
Zantene, Ann Fedasz, Marsha Dunfee.
STATISTICIANS AND MANAGERS: Joyce Tripp, Barb McBride,
Craft, Keri Colin.
FRONT ROW: John Householder, Jeff Elmore, Chuck Milliken, Chuck Potts, John Karns, Jeff McGuire, John
Caldwell, Gerald Sanders, lay Yosick, Mike Gilchrist, Tony Scott, Bob Leggett, Coach: James Gross.
The Rocket fans show their pride as CV scares Garaway in Sectional
Rockets get last minute instructions from Coach Gross.
C . V . Opponent
77 Lakeland 74
58 Hiland 59
78 Madison 32
69 Jewett-Scio 65
57 I. V. South 61
92 St. Edwards 57
74 Tusky Valley 60
68 Buckeye West 77
72 Madison 63
83 I. V. North 78
82 Buckeye North 58
77 Jewett-Scio 72
93 Ridgewood 101
59 Lakeland 58
108 St. Edwards 55
88 Malvern 79
58 Buckeye North 59
76 Buckeye West 107
49 Garaway 54
Coach Gross keeps everything RESERVE COACH: David Graham
under control . VARSITY COACH:
STATISTICIANS: Amy Smith, Denise Anderson, June Larimer, and
MANAGERS: Bryan Cole, Jerry
Whitehair, Renee Hudak, and
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ARSITY CHEERLEADERS: TOP TO BOTTOM: Marsha Dunfee, Captaing
ami Benteg Nita Leggett: Peggy Rutledgeg Jan Evansg and Joyce Tripp.
SENIOR PLAYERS: John Karns.
Chuck Potts, John Caldwell, and
Mr. David Graham, Coachg Alan Daugherty: John Householderg Mark Gilchristg James Heastong Jeff McGuire:
Jeff Elmore: Phil Goodingg Mike Gilchristg Tony Scott: Kevin Neidigg and Randy Robinson.
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Mr. Greg Newell, Coachg Randy Robinsong Dennis Limrong Kevin Neidigg Tim Germang Alan Daugherty: Kevin
Newellg Mark Gilchristg Tom Hoffmang Ronnie Bowersg and Randy Weir.
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Crowd watches the Reserves in
Phil Gooding fights for rebound in
Reserve game against Lakeland .
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Louise Cottisg Karen Browningg Betty Walkerg Dana Baer, Captain:
Vickie Shultz: and Brenda Householder.
FRONT TO BACK: Carol Baker:
Paige Cotter: Sherrie Hudakg Dee
Dee Hahn, Captain: Dianne Rob-
Greg McCartney jumps high to secure the ball for the Rockets.
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Jay Yosick scores two for the
Rockets against the Lakeland The Varsity cheerleaders root the Rockets onto a victory.
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Chuck Milliken shoots against rival J -S . The fans await the team.
Chalk up another one for C. V .
The Varsity get psyched in the
Bob Leggett sinks a foul shot.
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FRONT ROW: Rocky Scottg Bill Pottsg Jeff Elmore: Jay Vaughang Bruce Henryg Mark Swongerg Tony Scott. ROW
2: Bill Imesg Kenny Wattg Kevin Neidigg Tim Carrollg Doug Sandersg Tom Hoffmang Tim Germany Lenny Har-
stineg and Paige Cotter, Manager.
C . V. Opponent
2 I. V. North 1
1 Carrollton 13
6 Iewett-Scio 8
3 Malvern Res. 15
6 Malvern Res. 13
6 Hiland 19
2 Dover Res. 4
3 New Phila Res. 5
Mr . David Graham
1974 Golf Team
Shull, Steve Gartrell, Jerry Whitehair, Jay Yosick, Phil Gooding,
Robinson, Bob Leggett, and Brian Leggett.
ggett gets ready to putt.
Phil Gooding watches tee shot.
Mr. James Gross
I. V. South
I. V. North
I. V. South
I. V. North
Jerry Whitehair walks to the next
John Karns gets the tip against J-
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Doug Scott carries the ball for John Karns drives to the basket
Coach Graham gives instructions to Mike Gilchrist.
Crowd watches with enthusiasm.
Phil Gooding chips onto the green.
Coach Graham watches action
SEVENTH GRADE: President,
Steve Topeg Vice-Rresident, Ed
Wilsong Secretary, Rocky Scottg
Treasurer, Kathy Slutz.
Ed puts his study hall to good use.
EIGHTH GRADE: President, Ron Hostg Vice-President, Bob Fell: Secre-
tary, Jeff Copeland: Treasurer, Lori Lester.
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Debbie Walker is 17 years old
and attends The Ohio School for
the Deaf. Her favorite hobbies
Darlo Io Roach is 12 years old
attends Bellstone School in Can-
ton. Her favorite hobby is paint-
are swimming, painting, and ing.
History class for the Eighth Grade.
More math questions for Mr. Belieski .
Weight lifting was enjoyed by the
Sara works hard .
Eighth Grade Looks Forward to Promotion
Debbie West, Marianne Thomp-
son, and Becky Farnsworth watch
Rod Cadle and Joe Green work
out with W6igh1QS.
Jenny and Shelley cut out paper
for a project.
Tammy ponders on her art pro-
Seventh Grade Is Lar est Ever!
Terry Longsworth, Jimmy Barn-
house , and Brett Farnsworth stand
in from of Kathy Pounds, Charles
Thompson, and Brenda Hawkins.
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Mary dances in Phys. Ed .
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Some seventh graders hard at
for a refreshing drink
Iunior High Choir y
FRONT ROW: Tina Galigher, Sherry Limron, Carla Norris, Jodi Daugherty, Laura Anderson, Barbara Hoffman,
Hallie Dempster, Marianne Thompson, Brenda Bowers, Gayle Henry, Shelley Hidey, Sara Milliken, Kathy
Goodwin, lane Rutledge, Laura Bush, Diane Lawrence, Terri Mullins, Michelle Decker, and Debbie West.
ROW 2: Greg Limron, Waldon Leggett, Bob Warner, Cindy Zantene, Cathy Pounds, Sharon Baer, Kim Cole,
Marian Dobbins, Meri Colin, Jenny Nardi, Lori Lester, Lori Gleitsman, Lori Baxter, Connie Slutz, Sherry
Beamer, Nadine Fish, lon Jones, Kenny Holter, Toby Herron, and Rod Hartline.
The sax quartet plays at the spring concert. Drummers pay close attention.
Iunior High Football Team
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RONT ROW: Bob Dobbins: Steve Tope, Rod Hartlineg Ed Wilson: Rocky Scott: Joe Kerry Jon Ionesg Doug Linkg
Manager, Waldon Leggett. ROW TWO: Rod Lakeg Ronnie Hostg Rod Cadleg Chris Benteg Jeff Leatherman: Gregg
imrong Brad Walkerg Art Trippg Denny Jones. ROW THREE: Mr. Graharng Mr. Fitzwaterg John Ballg Shawn
hambersg Joel Millikeng Ronnie Buckeyg Rick Elrnoreg Jan Yosickg Bob Fellg Steve Walkerg Carl Sandersg Mr.
Junior High Football Cheerleaders
LEFT TO RIGHT: Meri Cottis, Nadine Fish, Michelle Decker, Lori Lester, Sherrie Limron.
Jr. High a aa C
Gayle Henry, Jane Rutledge, '7th GRADE: Carl Householder, Kevin Willoughby, Art Tripp, Roger
Cheryl Penick, Cathy Slutz, Bell, Steve Tope, Rocky Scott. ROW TWO: Chris Bente, Brad Walker,
Marianne Thompson, Hallie Ronnie Buckey, Roger Smith, Ed Wilson, Bob Warner, Brett Farnsworth
Dempster. Gregg Limron.
Bryan was a
arns ballet 1D physlcal The glI1S practlce thelr ballet in physical educauon
Ron Grezlik and John Clatterbuck are hard at work. Joel Milliken takes break in shop
Toby Herron enjoys 50's Day. Kathy Goodwin works on an art project.
Jim Elifritz lifts weights during Phys. Ed .
Sherry Beamer and Hallie Dempster practice in Music Room. Lori Gleitsman learns a new
dance in Phys. Ed.
Recess is the time for a good game of baseball.
A man to man talk on the tire
Schulz is a favorite of grade
Practicing for the PBA?
ROW: Tom Bower, Kenny McGill, Gary Swaim, Mike Baer, Kevin Tripp, David Fell. ROW 2: Shawn
Gary Thompson Teresa Arn Amy Albright Susan Pender Lee Ann McClain Billy Moyers Nata
Tripp Rita Shuss Dee Dee Lake Jill Host Tammy Host Dodi Zeger ROW 3: Debbie Bell Melissa Evans
Sheila Walker. TEACHER: Mrs. Albright
Hang in there. FRONT ROW: Mr. Ring, Steve Rippeth, Tom Bower, Dick Milliken.
ROW 2: Mike Baer, Gary Thompson, Mike McClain, Dee Dee Lake.
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FRONT ROW: Zeke Pegg, Bill Buckey, Eric Sayre, Jackie Wrana, Cindy Minnear, Joe Baker. ROW 2: Buddy
Cartwright, Doug Barrick, Bill Galigher, Anna Smith, Jim Wood, Laurie Leatherman, Ben Kerr. ROW 3:
TEACHER: Mrs. Helen McConnell. HELPERS: Kathy Simler, Brenda Booth, and Amy Smith.
FRONT ROW: Gene Gilchrist, Sammy Bente, Lorri Lindsey, Frank Masters, Leland Gardner, Marion Kolat,
Angie Nign. ROW 2: Raymond Bush, Shannon Kanouff, Chrissy Davy, Melanie Host, Stephanie Howes, Teresa
Green. ROW 3: TEACHER: Mrs. Helen McConnell. HELPERS: Brenda Booth, Amy Smith, and Kathy Simler.
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Sherrodsville First Grade
FRONT ROW: Darin Kearns, Shelly Beem, Howard Anno, Steven West. ROW 2: Tammy Philligs, Leigh Ann
Bell, Cindy Bell, Coral Sell, Kelly Craig, Tammy Thomas. ROW 3: Susan Rippeth, David Sc wiger, Jimmy
Riley, Eddie Meek, Howard Heaston, Lin Slutz, Bert Bryant, Jimmy Copeland, Roy Rodgers Shuss. ROW 4:
Donna Boger, Tina Norris, Paul McGill. TEACHER: Mrs. Alice Tope.
Sherrodsville Second Grade
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jenny Causby, Matthew Jordon, Denise Decker, Rodney West, Natalie Strawn, Rod Moreland,
Ernie Baxter, Tacy Rider, Greg Renicker, Jeanine Smith, Talifmy Buckey, Kathy Stratton. TEACHER: Mrs.
Caroline Jones .
Bowerston Second Grade
FRONT ROW: Gary Kirkpatrick, Larry Kirkpatrick, Bobby Hidey, James Trushell. ROW 2: Thomas Riley, 13110-
lyn Farnsworth, Teresa Garner, Tina Lightell, Barbara Bell, Missy Bonnell, Trace Stanovich. ROW 3: David
McClain, Darren Willoughby, Quentin Carrothers, Larry Phillips, Johnny Muth, Kent Mason, Joel Gleitsman,
Vince Berg. TEACHER: Mrs. Charlene Holloway.
Sherrodsville Third Grade
FRONT ROW: Tammy Jones, Carol Kerr, Tracy Cox, Stephanie Novak, Norma Moyer, Molly Smith, Terri
Puskarich. ROW 2: Jackie Slutz, Amber Williams, Tawni Potts. ROW 3: Steve Cottis, Cameron Peterman, Tim
Roy, Ronnie Riley, Jeff Myers, Beth Poulson, Tammy Hartline. TEACHER: Miss Bonnie Anderson.
y Bowerston Third Grade
FRONT ROW: Kevin Limron, Curt Pender, Jackie Enold, Craig Thompson, Steve Hawkins, Mike Evans,
Tracy Schwiger, Sam Boger, Rhonda DeWalt, Kim Weir, Sherri Host. ROW 2: Deneen Zeger, Ed Milliken,
Lori Bower, Cindy Mercer, David Boles, Bart Busby, Julie Bryant, Mary Ann Slutz, Tracy Bush, Kathleen
Milliken. ROW 3: Ronnie Hartline, Craig Beem, Martha Bowers, George Scott, Jane Gilchrist, Vicky Phil-
lips, Shelly Craig, Sam Decker, Steven Kearns, Rod Hunt.
Sherrodsville Fourth Grade
FRONT ROW: Jeff Elifritz, Sam Ball, Brian Standiford, Danny Tope, Doug Smalley, Arthur Fish. ROW 2:
Bridget Milner, Peggy Herron, Frances Vittling, Karen Slutz, Bridget West, Cathy Knight, Brad McClain, Rus
Cottis. ROW 3: Jeannie Buckey, Mary Tope, Jennifer Fedasz, Linda Daugherty, Susan Tope, Steve Smalley,
Denise McGuire, Dawn Decker. TEACHER: Mrs. Beatrice Dunfee.
Bowerston Fourth Grade
FRONT ROW: Mary Householder, Susan Smith, Gayleen Zurcher, Susan Roberson, Gayle Bell, Patty Meek,
Cindy DeWalt, Kelly Mason, Beth Webb. ROW 2: Steve Rippeth, Mike McClain, Sam Myers, Robbie Hunt,
Dana Albright, Penny Norris, Michelle Arn. ROW 3: John Bell, John Magnus, Mike West, Todd Galigher, Robin
Shuss. ROW 4: Alan: Davy, Teresa Hartline, Todd Beem, Jerry Kearns, Steve Roth, Joe Gilchrist, Jimmy Wat-
son, George Farnsworth. TEACHER: Mrs. June Albright.
Sherrodsville Fifth Grade
FRONT ROW: Billy Cox, Mark Whitehair, Karen Watt, Michelle McCartney, Greg Rook. ROW 2: Mike
Knight, Eddie Alsept, Mike Whitman, Craig Ryder, Jeff Neidig, Kenny Hoffman, Terri Novak, Tom Cottis
Emil Colin, Chris Myers, Richard Mansfield. TEACHER: Mr. Dean Bruno.
Bowerston Fifth Grade
RONT ROW: David Householder, Jill Host, Natalie Tripp, Sheila Walker, Dee Dee Lake, Cindy Heaston,
onya Decker, Connie Bell, Bob Gartrell, Brenda Vought, Anita Meek. ROW 2: Jimmy Green, Larry Boger.
OW 3: Mike Baer, Ray Bell, Virginia Slentz, Christine Linkowski, Sherri Leatherman, Tammy Host, Dodi
eger, Kay West, Vic Berg, Ronnie Weir, Dale Langenfeld, Donald Gordon. TEACHER: Mr. Jerry Rippeth.
Sherrodsville Sixth Grade -
FRONT ROW: Betsy Colin, LuRae Cox, Becky Carroll, Jill Elifritz, Margie Fish, Richard Imes, Rod Decker.
ROW 2: Vanita Grimes, Martha Herron, Dolly Tope, Lisa McClain, Lisa Robinson. ROW 3: Steve Fedasz, Terr
Sanders, Tim Slutz, Tim Gartrell, Jeff Reynolds. TEACHER: Mr. Jim Monigold.
Bowerston Sixth Grade
FRONT ROW: Lee Ann McClain, Susan Pender, Amy Albright, Lisa Gleitsman, Teresa Arn, Shawn Cummings,
Rita Shuss. ROW 2: Pat McCartney, Tom Bower, Jimmy Gibson, Sandra Heaston, Debbie Bell. ROW 3: Mark
Farnsworth, Dave Fell, Alan Webb, Greg Host, Brad Buckey, Brian Zurcher, Ed West, Gary Swaim, Melissa
Evans, Kevin Tripp, Dick Milliken, Terry Shreffler, Bill Boles, Kenny McGill, Gary Thompson, Billy Moyers.
TEACHER: Mr. Gilbert Ring.
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Pee Wee Football
FRONT ROW: Sam Ball, Danny Tope, Ed Milliken, Steve Rippeth, Ronnie Hartline, Kevin Limron, Sam
Decker. ROW 2: Craig Beem, Sam Boger, Robbie Hunt, Rod Hunt, Tom Cottis, Ronnie Smalley, Kyle Woods,
Brad McClain. ROW 3: Mike Evans, Alan Davy, Steve Smalley, Joe Gilchrist, Doug Smalley, Russ Cottis,
Mike McClain, Jimmy Watson, Todd Beem.
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Pee Wee Football
FRONT ROW: Jeff Neidig, Larry Boger, Tom Cottis, Kenny McGill, Tommy Bower, Mark Whitehair, Dick
Milliken, Dave Fell. ROW 2: Greg Host, Kevin Tripp, Brian Zurcher, John Bryant, Steve Fedasz, Bill Moyers,
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Bill Moughiman, John Stocker,
Coaches: John Magness: Vic Berg:
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Betty's Beauty Nook, Sherr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leggett
Leeper's Insurance Agency
Sunset Valley Bakery
Jones' Market, Dellroy
Jones' Arco Service, Scio
Blondie's Beauty Shop, Scio
Scio Roller Rink, Scio
Roger's Pennzoil, Scio
Scio Medical Clinic
Dr. J. Z. Scott
Scio Trophy Shop
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Carrollton Standard Printing Co.
Zerbe Auto Parts, Carrollton
Dr. and Mrs. Ray George
Glenn's Barber Shop, Scio
Dr. Gene R. Hawk, D.D.S.
Roming Insurance Agency, Inc.
William's Furniture , Inc .
Endres Floral Company
Dr. Koran L. Zehnder
Fleming Office Equip. 8a Supplies
Bond's Shoe Store, New Phila.
Dr. Dan Wherley
Posy Pot, 302 N. Wooster, Dover
Dr. S. J. Gombos, D.D.S.
Robert R. Mellor, D.D.S.
Fernedale Fruit Farm, Dennison
R. K. Lindsey Funeral Home, Inc
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Cadiz Pike Inn, Dennison
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J. V. Marstrell, D.D.S.
Dr. J. A. Williams, Inc., O.D.
W. D. Jones Sewing Machines and Fabrics
Jack White Lincoln Mercury, Inc.
Chrest Motors Sales
Twin City Hardware
Daniel W. Peck, D.D.S.
Gibbs Chevrolet-Buick , Inc .
Haas Hardware, Uhrichsville
Kohl Lumber and Supply Co. , Inc
Zifaro's Pizza , Uhrichsville
Dr. E. J. Casiano
Harrison-Hahn Motors, Scio
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Graber's Drive-In 8a Restaurant
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