Eastern High School - Aurora Yearbook (Greentown, IN)
- Class of 1975
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One of the many peaceful scenes in Green-
It is usually easier for people not
to do a thing than to do it. Taking an
out instead of an in. Are the students
of EHS more prone to taking outs
rather than ins? This is a debatable
topic. Seeing someone with an
English book propped up and open on
their desk does not really mean
they are studying. ls there a
magazine behind that book? An in or
an out? An exciting ball game is a
place for some to go when they are
bored of homey for others it is a
place to participate and show spirit
for their team. Which one is it, an
in or an out? This yearbook will
attempt to show at Eastern the . .
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A swinging door works both
ways. As the academic
year for 1974 drew to a
close many seniors saw
twelve years ot education
drawing to a close.
Gthers saw it as merely
the beginning - college,
a new job, a new future.
In the midst of proms,
homecoming there was
Iittle time for
reflection. As a crowd
ot students rushed
through the door one way
another group came
rushing back as it began
its return sweep.
Those preparing to shut
the door were met by
those determined to open
it. The ins and outs of
student life - Come on
in and take a look.
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Long Hours and Hard Work
September brought about the annual
magazine sales for Juniors.
Officers were elected and committees
were chosen. Vice President Pami LaRowe
started workin early January
trying to put pieces together and
keep things from falling apart.
A band was chosen and each committee
made their plea for more money.
The entrance to the prom set the mood of a
Pieces of April
Love Potion ilr9
"Last one up is a Taylor Titan!"
Real or not, the fountain added a special
touch to the setting.
Activities began at 3:05 on April 26
for Juniors with decorating until
the early morning hours. Through
all hardships, faithful sponsors,
Mrs. Linda Wernke and Mr. Emmett
Herr stuck by them. When crepe paper
could not be found, all hopes
were not abandoned. A mad trip to
Kokomo resulted in a last minute
purchase. When 12:30 struck
on the clock, the everyday cafeteria
was transformed into a beautiful
garden. Finally, on April 28
this fabulous weekend ended.
A great success for all involved.
Truly, one of the nicest proms
ever held at Eastern High School.
Work, work, work! That's all I ever do!
Refleciions of Love
Couples enjoy dancing by candlelight,
. . romantic couples, shimmering
mirrors, pale lights, and love to
"Now remember, the fork goes on the left."
Couples begin trickling in as the prom
This is hovv the Junior-Senior Prom
1974 will be remembered.
Seniors face graduation with varied emo-
No one knew what to
expect, except that
everyone felt they
were going to trip
going up the steps.
lt was hard to vis-
ualize. They were
leaving Eastern High
School for good.
As Sandy Shrock went
upto receive her
diploma, there were
very few dry eyes in
the crowd. They
were all recalling
the months of agony
she went through
after her accident.
Now, there she was,
graduating with the
class of '74. Susan
and Randy Hainlen
nounced the farewell
speech marking the
class' last year at
For Seniors. End Marks New Beginning
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Mr. Seagrave hands Dan Echelbarger his
diploma with hearty approval.
Mr. Frakes master-minds the ceremonies.
Even rain couIdn't dampen Cathy Grant's J
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An Active Week - Homecoming
Thinking maybe they could wish a victory Jun-
iors say, "Wishing Comets Well."
Spirits are lifted by determined cheerleaders as
victory is doubtful.
Freshmen thought they could make the
Eagles dance a jig in "All Eagles Can Do ls
The Funky Chicken."
Proving their ability, the band, in their new
uniforms, gives an astounding performance.
Excitement. Winners. Memories
Tom Ftoseberry forges ahead for extra yard-
age against Oak Hill.
American Legion raises the traditional Cog- Coach Rice Comempmtes Comet S next
The over-capacity crowd of the
homecoming game reflected the
excitement felt by the students
during homecoming week. The
student council did a sensational
job on activities for the annual
event which included a Mr. Chest
contest between the ball players,
Sock-it-to-em Day, 5O's Day,
Green and Gold Day, Hoe 'em down day,
and the Slave Auction. Eastern's
lovely Queen and her court could
not have reigned over a more
memorable game. The flag used at
the game was the same flag that
was used at the burial services
of William Cogdell for whom the
football field was named.
Opposite: 1974 Homecoming Court. Stand-
ing: Robin Julius, Senior Queen Candidate,
Jeannie Hendricks, Freshman Princess,
Traci Streavel, Junior Princess. Seated: Deb-
bie Molino, Senior Queen Candidate, Pami
LaFiowe, 1974 Homecoming Queen, Jane
Harden, Sophomore Princess.
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'74 - Bad Year for Farmers
The creek went down so far, cars could drive
where water once stood.
The year of the drought. Many
farmers labeled '74 as one of the
worst years for crops. But it
was not only the drought during
the summer months which proved
fatal to crops. As the worn
cliche goes, "when it rains it
pours." Spring came with an
abundance of rain that
made planting a near impossibility.
Farmers patiently - and then
impatiently watched the sky for
a sign of relief. Relief came -
and came - and came.
The dry spell lasted throughout
the summer, strickening crops
and the entire area. "Green"
town was no more. Then, as if
the drought were not enough, an
early killing frost left many
farmers with only half of their
crops to harvest. For the final
devastating touch the rains
returned. October stretched
into November and still the rain
continued. lt was a year many
people would not forget -
especially the farmer.
In stark contrast to the picture on the oppo-
site page, the creek rolls gently along, filled
to its banks with pure, clean, unpolluted
A farmer keeps his lonely vigil knowing in the
back of his mind there is always the chance
of crop lailure.
The seeds in the ground but nothing's A well-known landmark in Greentown, the
comin' Up, MCQUlSlOl'lfal'lT1.
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Seniors in D.C.
With plenty of "No Doz" on hand we boarded a D. C.
10 ready for our flight to Washington D.C. Despite the
rain, the trip proved to be both educational as well as
entertaining. We saw such interesting sites as the White
House, the Capitol Building, the Smithsonian Institute,
and the exact spot where Fannie Fox made her famous
dive into the Tidal Basin. As we headed back for
Greentovvn we realized some of the advantages of a
A solitary guardsman keeps his vigilance
Wide-eyed Seniors take in the Capitol.
The trip itself was comfortable.
"Wow! ls this neat! What is it?"
EHS Seniors Displag Leadership
Ray Ashcralt, Dan Countryman, Terry Seagrave,
Jan Patterson and Gayle Froelich were 1974
Hoosier Girls' State delegates. Alternates were
Bethany Oyler and Pami La Rowe. Dan
Countryman and Ray Ashcratt were chosen as
Boys' State delegates. Marty Eagle and Terry
Seagrave were alternates. The American
Legion Auxiliary sponsors the programs each
year where participants are taught
responsibilities of American citizenship.
Feelings ran high all week, and a few tears
shed upon arrival as well as departure.
The Daughters of the American
Revolution Good Citizen Award
is awarded each year to a
senior girl. The faculty
votes on the girls according
to their dependability,
and patriotism. The winner
then takes a test based
on these four qualities.
This test is graded
along with the tests
of other D.A.Fi. winners in
the country. The girl
with the highest test
score may then compete for
the state title.
Gayle Froelich, Bethany Oyler, Pami
LaRowe, Jan Patterson.
Recipient ot DAP, award Pami La Flowe.
Qludenl Council Promotes
New Ideas for 74-75
Seniors - Bottom Row L-R: Jan Patterson, Matt Clouser, Marsha McLochIin, Jeff Nesbit, Bethany Oyler, Brad Winger.
Juniors - Jeff Lantz, Karen Bohnke, Jill Duncan, Reed McKinney.
Sophomores - Charles Treber, Susan Bargerhuff, John Bagwell, Paula Cranor, Kitty Froelich, Kyle McQuistOn.
Freshman - Leanne Oyler, Gabe Eagle, Kathy Teter, Bob Wray, Cindy Eikenberry, Brad Callis. Standing: Pam Horoho, Pres., Mrs.
Jeff Nesbit, Treas.g Bethany Oyler, Sec., Pam
Horoho, Pres., Susan Bargerhuff, Corres. Sec., Eric
Poland, Parl.g Brad Winger, Sgt. at Arms, Judy
Mason, Vice Pres. Cabsentj.
A Difficult but Successful Year
The Eastern Student Council in session.
The 1974-75 Student Council was
very active throughout the entire
year. Some of their
accomplishments were as follows:
An orientation day for new students
to become acquainted with the
school before it takes up,
Homecoming week and all the
preparations involved in making it a
success, M I C victory dance which
was free to everyone, Fifties day
and dance, and they approved a
new way of cheerleading try-outs.
Also this year the student council
worked closely with the
administration and the student
body, constantly seeking ways of
improving our present school
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Greentown may be small, but to the
people who live and work here, it's
one of the best places in the world.
Many of the young people, while in
school, often are impatient to leave
and get away from such a small
These feelings are understandable
since everyone at some time in
their lite gets that "wanderlust"
to see the world. But, after a while,
most of those young people return
at least to visit if not to settle down
and raise a family of their own.
Then, it seems, Greentown is not
such a small town after all. lt is a
place where people can walk down
the street safely and greet the
people they pass with a friendly
Hutto's - one of the more frequented estab-
lishments in Greentown.
Three very important institutions in towng all
under one roof.
Familiar Places and
To students, many fond memories linger
around the local drive-in.
At the soda fountain, many things take place.
Farmers discuss crops and the weather, stu-
dents talk about grades, and young lovers
exchange shy glances,
Bill Lamb on one of his daily excursions to
town tor some needed supplies tor school.
Where it all happens. Cogdell Field, home of
the Fighting Comets.
Comets Get Moral Support
The girls' Yellblock, sponsored this
year by Mrs. Nicholson, supplied
the fundamental scream power
at any good sports event.
around seventy, the girls really
added to the feverish pitch of the
basketball games and kept things
from getting dull when the Comets
were behind. Their constant
support and loyalty will not be
Another section of fans less
but just as vocal, was the boys
cheer block referred to in the past
as the "Dirty Thirty." Although the
group seems to have grown in size,
somehow the name still seems very
appropriate. Nonetheless, the boys
did a good job of maintaining
school spirit and morale when the
going got tough.
Girls' Yellblock - Due to problems of time
and planning, the picture quality is not very
good - editor's note.
Boys' Cheerblock - Small but very
Barb Bannon and Marcia Miller prepare for a
E also stands for excellence in Monopoly.
"E" ls for
The E Club is a group of young men
who honored Eastern by their fine
ability in the field of sports
this year. To become a member,
one must earn a major letter or
have worked as a manager. lt is
a special group of athletes and
something that all young men at
Eastern strive for.
Randy Foland was this year's
recipient of the Craig Poland
attitude award. Randy was
selected as the athlete who most
typified the attitude, stamina,
and character which makes up
the ideal athlete. This award had
a special significance for Randy
since it was his brother for whom
the award was named.
E Club members with sponsors Mr Pat
terson, Mr. Rice and Mr, Dedaker
Randy Foland - best attitude in sports
Foreign Exchange Students
Guillermo made his
home with the Ken-
family where he
himself right at
home. He loves
pizza and the party-
going that comes
Joao was with us
the shortest time
of the three
but his infectious
smile and friendly
manner will not
quickly be for-
gotten. Joao's home
away from home
was the the James
Riley family. He
is from Sao Paulo,
Luis is also from
but his home is
in the city of
The Donald Cranor's
welcomed Luis to
their home, where
he felt right at
home and fit in
like he had al-
ways been there.
Feel Righl at Home
lt is a fantastic ex-
perience to be an
exchange student or to
accommodate one. A time
of sharing and benefit-
ing from each others
traditions and customs
greatly enrich the lives
of all involved. We
feel that these three
exchange students were
exceptionally warm and
receptive and they
won't easily be forgotten.
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North American that is place.
Eastern 75 Southwood 52
Eastern 95 Tri-Central 32
Eastern 79 Western 48
Eastern 59 Maconaquah 68
Eastern 80 Taylor 47
Eastern 57 Madison Grant 70
Western Relays Second Place
Howard County Second Place
Oak Hill Relays Class B First Place
MIC Fourth Place
Oak Hill Canceled
Randy Foland, MVP, running his specialty,
Pete, where's the fire?
High Hurdles - Denny Middlesworth '60,15:08
'f' Low Hurdles - Randy Foland '74,20.7
'i'40O yd. Dash - Brad Winger '74,10.0
220 yd. Dash - Brad Winger '74, Jim Pickett
Greg Ellis '71,22.7
'it440 yd. Dash - Monte Stout '74,53.6
880 yd. Dash - Murel Hannah '69,2:02.4
Mile Run - Tony Monize '73,4:38.5
Two Mile Run - Greg Spangler '70,10:16.2
t'Discus - Mike Nesbit '74 149' 11"
Shot Put -Art Hammond '69,50' lO'A"
High Jump - Dan Hill '68, 6'V2"
Pole Vault -Ted Hullinger '69,12'8W'
Long Jump - Chuck Fawcett '57,2l 'l OSA"
' Mile Relay - Kemp, McQuiston, Alexander,
Stout '74,3:36.9 ,
880 Relay - Foland, Roseberry, Winger,
Nesbit '74,l :34.0
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We're all created equal, then
Eric and Brad eye the finish,
Seven New School Records
Front: Coach Frakes, Kyle McOuiston, Ev Alexander, Monte Stout, Pete Kemp,
Brad Winger, Joe Monize. Second: Jeff Rund, Chuck Renbarger, Tom Roseberry,
Kim Lawson, Jim Farley, Randy Poland, Mike Nesbit, Jim Chase. Third: Steve
Copp, Jeff Frazier, John Perkins, Mgr., Rex Honeasg Mgr., John Geary, Dwayne
Eagle, Joe Harvey. Fourth: Marvin Lorenz, Chuck Shane: Mgr., Brent Marner, Eric
Foland, Gary Etchison, Mike Horoho, John Bagwell, Brent Greene, Back: Coach
Herr, Coach Rice,
Mike Nesbit in his winning form.
Jeff Runding the mile.
Seven new school records made a
difference for the 4 - 2 season
end. The team placed first in the
class B Oak Hill Relays, second in
the Western Relays and Howard
County track meet, and fourth in
MIC. A personal triumph came to
Mike Nesbit and Randy Poland as
they finished fourth and second
respectively in their fields at the
sectional. Both were in the regional
and did a fine job representing
Eastern. Mike threw his best, a 149'
11", but still didn't place.
Jett Frazier - MVP - Shown doing his
Eric Foland and Brent Marner taking the pay-
off in the Pro Am East-West meet.
Cross Country Season
Oak Hill 19
35 Hamilton Heights 20
44 Taylor 19
50 Western 15
19 Whites 43
27 Maconaquah 29
32 Southwood 23
25 Sheridan 30
24 Marion Bennett 31
28 Lewis Cass 27
35 Tri-Central 20
The Varsity was 4-7 for the season. Jeff
Frazier was named Most Valuable Player.
Five Jkets were earned at the close ofthe
season along with three major letters. The
team was fourth in - Howard County, sixth
in both the MIC, and the Northfield
Invitational. The Reserve Squad ended with
a 5-3 record. They placed fourth in the
Howard County and fifth in the MIC.
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Front: Tony Jarrett, Eric Foland, Kent Young, Kirk Cogdell, Ray Sparling, Lawrence
Hensley, Marvin Lorenz. Back: Brent Marner, Jeff Frazier, Charlie Renbarger, Dave
Clemans, Jerry Pontius, Rex Honeas, Mike Clark, Coach Frakes - not shown.
Swim Timers and Lifeguards
Backbone of Pool
Timers are kept busy with the boy's
, swim meets and the girl's. This year
the boys timed for the girls and the
girls timed for the guys. Running
with times, using that index finger,
and dropping a rope are just a few of
the odd jobs performed by this
"elite" group. The lifeguards were
busy watching elementary and
middle school kids splash around
and occasionally go under.
Front: Robin Blair, Diane McGuire, Pam Horoho, Marsha McLochlin, Terri Lockhart, Anita
Summers, Jan Patterson, Jo Ann lmbler, Joanie Jarrett. Back: Sherri Horn, Julie Kistler,
Suzanne Baxter, Tami Duncan, Judy Mason, Jill Duncan, Jan Bannon, Bethany Oyler,
Joanne Baxter, Susan Bargerhuff, Debbie Rund.
Front: Randy Wimmer, Kent Young. Back: Keith Kubicek, Dale Hoff,
Mark Harris, Bill Rose, Scott Harper.
Front: Mark Bardsley, Terri Lockhart, Michelle Miller, Bill Rose.
Back: Judy Mason, Mark Cass, Pam Horoho, Mark Harris, Jan
A returning squad which consisted of all
underclassmen brought about the first win
in tive years tor Eastern. This being Coach
Patterson's first year, he was quite proud.
Mike Howell was MVP. This being his
returning lettermen, this next spring could
220 Western 181
188 Tri-Central 182
188 Hamilton Heights 212
19O Taylor 169
493 Cass 444
197 Maconaquah 155
367 Oak Hill 329
-Howard County Fourth
Comets Capture First Elusive Win
MVP Mike Howell looking fora birdie?
second year for the award. With tive
bring about a winning season.
Jack Haines swinging at the wind.
Whatcha smokin' Mike?
Front: Bill McLochIin, Mike Clark, Lowell Parson, Marty Back: Steve lmbler, Phil Petty, Larry Middleton, Mike
Smith, Mark Bardsley, Scott Harper. Howell, Dan Minnich, Jack Haines, Andy Kistler, Coach
Monte shows him the "stout" slide,
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Easlern Places Four on All-MIC Team
2 Northwestern 3
5 Clinton Prairie 4
9 Clinton Prairie 4
1O Madison Grant 3
3 Hamilton Heights 4
1 Taylor 9
9 Northwestern 6
4 Cass 5
2 Cass 4
4 Tri-Central 3
1 Kokomo 3
O Oak Hill 3
10 Tri-Central 1
7 Maconaquah 6
5 Western 4
5 Northwestern 2
1 Cass 4
1 Southwood 7
7 Madison Grant 3
3 Oak Hill 7
O Taylor 10
tidenotes MIC games
Front: Bruce Foland, Busty Parsons, Frank Brown, Pete Kemp, John Ellis, Eric Poland.
Second: Matt Clouser, Shane Butler, Daryl Beachy, Marty Eagle, Greg Beachy, Brad
Winger. Back: Coach Dedaker, Len Hainlen, Monte Stout, Brad Riley, Terry Kingseed,
Andy Kistlerg Mgr., Coach Patterson.
Frank Brown reaching for - his shoelace.
Having a winning season in MIC play, helped in
placing 4 guys on the all-MIC team. Marty
Eagle was on the first team with Frank Brown,
and Terry Kingseed making the second team,
while Brad Biley made honorable mention. The
season overall was 10-1 1 with many
outstanding players. Frank Brown had a total
of 22 hits with a batting average of .354. Marty
Eagle stole 24 bases without getting caught
and had the most errors. Brad Riley had 12
BBl's and a fielding average of .993 ln the
sectional the team won its first game against
Tri-Central and gave the crowd an exciting
game against Kokomo, but lost 3-1 . The
reserve team went 3-5 and had just as many
outstanding players. Eric Foland had a batting
average of .416 and Monte Stout 319.
Marty giving his opponents the "Eagle" eye
-"'F""" -- ' -voted as MVP.
Front: Carey Beachy, John Ellis, Eric Foland, Bill Mcl.ochlin, Chris
Marine. Second:Greg Beachy, Monte Stout, Reed McKinney, Robin
Kendall, Scott Harper. Back? Coach Patterson, Jeff Lantz, Len Hain-
len, Jerry Pontius, Chuck Shane, Charles Treber, Coach Dedaker,
absent- Don Armstrong.
Front: Captains - Brad Winger, Pete Kemp, Marty Eagle. Second: Greg Harper, mgr,, Jim Farley, Robin Kendall, Mike Ballard, Brad
Riley, Daryl Beachy, Gary King, Matt Clouser, Ray Ashcraft, Andy Kistler, Dan Countryman, Mike Myers, mgr. Third: Rick Rife, Tom
Roseberry, Jett Childs, John Geary, Len Hainlen, Frank Brown, Robin Riggs, Terry Kingseed, Jim Heinzman, Kevin Hannah, Jim Chase,
Monte Stout, Jay Harper, mgr. Fourth: Marty Smithg trainer, Jack Haines, Ev Alexander, Chuck Hewitt, Rick Auten, Gary Etchison, John
Ellis, Tony Myers, Charles Treber, Kyle McOuiston, Stan Horner, John Bagwell, Coach Rice. Fifth: Dan Minnich, mgr.
Coaches - Patterson, Dedaker, Herr, Crow, Dave Matchett, mgr., Jay Echelbarger, trainer. VARSITY
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All-Counlg. MIC Teams
CDetensive Player of the Yearb
Famous "Comet Rumble" before MIC vic-
tory game against Cass.
Willard Rice - head coach ofthe
winning Comet team.
AST 26 WEST 13
astern Hamilton Heights
astern Oak Hill
astern Clinton Prairie
astern Lewis Cass
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MIC Champs!! 10-O record and a
rip-off to the state play-offs.
Winning, a Comet football tradition
seems to come easy for Eastern.
The jamboree was won by the East
which showed part of the Comet
Power. Maconaquah gave Eastern
a challenge but the Rat Patrol came
to its defense. The next four games
were shut-outs which built a season
total of six. The Defense allowed
only an average of 4.2 points per
game. A standing room only crowd
witnessed the Comets roll over Oak
Hill for a Homecoming victory.
Lewis Cass, being the only "king"
in the way to the MIC Crown, gave
the fans quite a scare. The game
ended with everyone off their seats
and on the field. For the first time at
Eastern a "sudden death" overtime
was used. The refs called, within
inches, the Comets victors. The
season ended with the Comets
beating an old rival, Taylor. Then an
unheard Garret goes to the play-
by .5 points over Eastern in our
district. What a rip-off!
Seventh Have Winning Season Like Varsitg
Junior Varsity - Front: Gabe Eagle, Kyle McQuiston, Brad Burton, John Bagwell, Dwayne Eagle, Mike Sullivan, Bill McLochIin,
Terry Etchison, Greg Eagle. Second: Tim Fennell, David Harper, Bob Wray, Andy Weaver, Dustin Dewitt, Steve Ellis, Stan Horner,
Mark Bardsley, Kim Lawson. Third: Mark Voorhis, Mike Farley, Chris Holman, Larry Flook, Bill Bose, Bill Heinzman, Rick Penrod,
John Stepler. Fourth: Scott Harper, Charles Treber, Mike King, Gene Northcutt, Rex LaRowe, Coach Dedaker.
Seventh grade had a 5-O season
with three shut-outs. Being their
first year, this had to be an exciting
one. The seventh began their
possible football tradition early in
their school years. The eighth was
1-4, and improvement over last
year's O-5 record. The reserve
squad did not keep a record but
had a losing season of 2-5. The
reserves at Eastern are mostly
freshmen. This puts them against
guys a year or more older from the
opposing teams. Coach Dedaker
and Herr believe experience is the
best for the guys, so everyone gets
to enjoy the rough and tumble
Jay Echelbarger, trainer, is the guy for keep-
ing the Comets altogether.
Front: Fred King, Sid Little, Doug Cogdell, Mike Perkins, Ken Shiffler, Robert Farrell, Gary Middlesworth,
David Eikenberry. Second: Mike Wright, Matt Williams, Charles Hannah, Mark Lyons, Bob Blair, Jett
Sheridan, Coach Crow, David Murphy, John Kuhn, Brian Hott. Third: Bill Johnson, Jim Blankenship,
Gregg Roush, Lloyd Lorenz, Rick Stout, Tim Carter, Rick Davis, Lyle Land. EIGHTH GRADE.
0 Northwestern 20
6 Western 36
8 Taylor 0
12 Northwestern 24
0 Elwood 20
1 4 Taylor 6
24 Northwestern 0
20 Elwood 0
Front: Brian Stephenson, Brian Belt, Danny Lawson, Jody Wilson, Gary Kimmel, Richie
Braunellar, Scotty Reid, Matt Kistler, Joel Harlan, Rod Parker, Dennis Keith. Second:
Randy Brough, Kenny Vint, Todd Duncon, John' Simpson, Todd Harvey, Eddie Hen-
drix, mgr., Ricky Shaw, Coach Patterson, Rex White, mgr., Mark Sullivan, Eddie Mar-
ner, Ronnie Reed, Jeff Guest, Bud Hendricks. Third: Rick Kanable, Carl Hackenbracht,
Eddie Shannonhouse, Steve Eagle, Rusty Weaver, Roger Dill, Mike Marine, Dean Hill,
Keith Zook, Lyle Myers, Mike Bardsley, Mike Wise, Stan Horn, Rich Miller. SEVENTH
Girls Displag Athletic Skills
Marsha McLochlin looks for a teammate to pass
to after ripping down a rebound.
Row One: Pam Horoho, Marsha McLochIin, Jan
Patterson, Jo Ann Imbler, Ellen Land, Karen
Krapf, Jody Hummel. Row Twor Patty Shaw,
Patti Marner, Kim Brown, Becky Middleton,
Becky Pierson, Connie Bales. Row Three: Miss
Kistler, Jo Ann Baxter, Brenda Davis, Suzanne
Baxter, Susan Bargerhutt, Kris Alexander, Jan
Bannon, Janice Graber. Row Four: Anita Sum-
mers, Myra Middlesworth, Kim Brubaker, Diane
Frakes, Theresa Yeagley, Diana McGuire. Row
Five: Rhonda Dryer, Charlotte Reynolds,
Suzanna Soots, JoAnn Kindle, Anne Adams,
Flisa Lyons, Sally Bargerhutt, Cathy Johnson.
in Mang G.A.A. Activities
Fihonda Dryer tires a jump shot over the out-
stretched arms of Marsha McLochlin as Suzanne
Soots watches the action.
I give up!
I give up!
GAA provided an escape for the girls
ot Eastern l-ligh. An escape from school
work, boys, and their conventional
roles as "frail, delicate things."
Once again the meeker sex proved they
have what it takes to compete and compete
well. Activities such as basket-
ball, volleyball, football, and softball
headed the list of events scheduled
forthe girls. In addition, gymnastics,
bowling, and skating provided a pleasant
change from the ordinary. The program
this year at Eastern was a great
success, however, now the girls want
to take the guys on in a friendly game of
tackle checkers -look out fellas.
Brent Marner and Jeff Childs
MVP's for 1975
Front: Brent Marner, Eric Foland, Brad Winger, Monte Stout, Ed Novinger. Second: Coach Patterson, Terry King-
seed, Jeff Childs, Jim Chase, Bay Ashcraft, Len Hainlen, Coach Emmett Herr.
Many things make up a winning team
- coach, team, and student body.
When all these work together then a
victory comes on top. But tor the
Comets something was missing. A
good coach? no, a good team? no, a
good spirit-filled crowd? Well, no,
especially the boys yell block. Maybe
Lady Luck left us out this year. The
team was 8-13 for the season. Brent
Marner and Jeff Childs were Most
Valuable Players. These two also were
selected for the MIC team - Jeff was
Honorable Mention. Brent was leading
scorer and was 13-13 in MIC scoring
in free throws. Jeff was next in scoring.
Len Hainlen was top rebounder with
166 total. Bay Ashcraft was next in line
with a 146 total.
Madison-Grant 74 COTJ 2
Hamilton Heights 81
Oak Hill 62
Clinton Prairie 57 COTJ
North Miami 55
Clinton Central 61
Lewis Cass 46
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Reserves Break Season Record I5-5
Eastern Madison Grant 39
Eastern Hamilton Heights 38
Eastern Carroll 44
Eastern Western 45
Eastern Wabash 49
Eastern Oak Hill 40
Eastern Tri-Central 45
Eastern Clinton Prairie 49
Eastern North Miami 30
Eastern Maconaquah 28
Eastern Taylor 31 HCT
Eastern Western 37 HCT
Eastern Marion Adams 24
Eastern Clinton Central 34
Eastern Eastbrook 33
Eastern Lewis Cass 44
Eastern Northfield 44
Eastern 32 Northwestern 43
Eastern 56 Southwood 26
Eastern 59 Taylor 50
Front: Bill McLochlin, Rex LaRowe, Lyle Hainlen, Bret Echelbarger, Brad Burton. Second:
Coach Herr, Larry Flock, Charles Treber, Jerry Smith, Dave Clemans, Brent Greene.
The reserve squad broke a school
record in season wins according to
Coach Herr. The B-team was 15-5, the
best of all teams in Eastern. Ed
Novinger was top scorer with a 10.6
avg., Dave Clemans was close behind
with a 10.2 avg. Ed also was leading
rebounder and in assists. Dave had
the best free throw avg. Rex LaRowe
had best field goals avg. Ed, Monte
Stout, and Eric Foland played both
B-team and varsity, doing an
excellent job on each. The freshmen
did have some trouble. They
were 1-1 1 .
Some of last year's players did not
participate so Coach Rice had a
restructure year. Terry Etchison
and Gabe Eagle averaged
10 pts. apiece
and Terry was leading rebounder.
Front: Chris Hipp, Greg Harper, Bart Stephenson, Terry Etchison, Mark Long, Gabe
Eagle. Second: Mike Myers mgr., Tim Penrod, Dustin Dewitt, Greg Eagle, Dewayne
Lamb, mgr. Third: Coach Rice, Kirk Cogdell, Phil Rund, Gene Northcutt, Jeff Martin,
Front: Larry Smith, Gary Middlesworth, David Eikenberry, Brian Mast, Dan Murphy, Stacy
Barnett. Second: Rick McCombs, Ken Kreps, Curt Silvey, John Kuhn, Lyle Land, Matt Wil-
liams, Glen White. Third: Coach Dedaker, Rick Stout, Joe Sartain, Tim Carter, Gregg
Roush, Rick Davis.
Eastern 60 41 ClintonCentraI
Eastern 45 60 Oak Hill
Eastern 56 34 Windtall
Eastern 46 49 Taylor
Eastern 46 40 Northwestern
Eastern 35 37 Western COD
Eastern 52 38 Maconaquah
Eastern 89 27 Sharpsville
Eastern 77 29 Windfall
Eastern 41 20 Taylor CHCTJ
Eastern 30 37 Northwestern CHCTJ
The Eighth grade had a winning
season of 7-4. Fary Middlesworth
had a FG avg. of .500 and a FT avg.
of .733. The team's scoring average
was 55.3, part of the reason tor a
successful season. The Seventh
grade had a 2-8 record and the B-
teams for each grade had 0-5 and
4-2 records respectively. Coach
Nicholson felt his team did a fine job
losing many of their games by only
Eighth Grade Has 7-4 Season
Eastern 28 61 Western
Eastern 52 29 Windiall
Eastern 30 Taylor
Eastern 43 Northwestern
Eastern 51 Western
Eastern 42 Sharpsville
Eastern 52 Maconaquah
Eastern 53 Oak Hill
Eastern 21 Windfall
Eastern 41 Taylor
Eastern 21 Western
Eastern 42 Taylor
Eastern 40 Northwestern
Eastern 25 Western
Eastern 25 Maconaquah
Eastern 23 Oak Hill
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Front: Troy Burnette, mgr., Brian Belt, Matt Kistler, Scottie Reed, Brian Hamilton, Eddie
Hendrix, Mgr. Second: Chip Powell, Mark Sullivan, Dennis Keith, Kenny Vint, Brian Ste-
phenson, Roger Dill, Todd Harvey. Third: J. Michael Marine, Ed Marner, Jeff Guest, Ron
Reed, Dean Hill, Terry Corder, Nick Hipp. Fourth: Coach Nicholson, Stan Horn, Lyle
Myers, Mike Wise, Mike Bardsley, Keith Zook, Rich Miller, Coach Clair.
Cheerleaders Keep on "Keepin' On"
YELL!! came the command from
the cheerleaders, and with such
force that most everyone did.
Screaming, yelling, jumping up
and down, getting mad at the
people who didn't yell - that's
what our cheerleaders' total
energy went for at our games.
To help them better their abilities,
the varsity squad spent an
exhausting week during the
summer in Kentucky doing
exercises, memorizing chants
and motions, and learning hovv
to get along with cheerleaders
from opposing teams.
The "Boogie Down People,"
otherwise known as our junior
varsity squad, went to Franklin
College for a busy five days for
their further instruction in the art
of leading yells. lt was our
cheerleaders spirit and energy
that helped the players vvin those
games. May the tradition
Varsity Cheerleaders - Kim Eikenberry, Judy Mason, Cami Har-
per, Gayle Froelich, Debbie Bund. Front: Tonya Freeman.
Debbie Bund and Cami Harper do their part
for school spirit.
Junior Varsity - Bottom: Barb Bannon, Dana Maroney, Mic-
helle Miller. Top: Marsha Miller, Kitty Froelich.
"Backing the team" is the cheerleaders
way of lite as Michelle Miller and Dana
Maroney vividly illustrate.
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Freshman Cheerleaders - Front: Tami Mugg. Back:
LeAnn Oyler, Robin Echelbarger, Cindy Eikenberry.
Middle School Backs Comets Too
Eighth Grade - Front: Meredith Trott. Bottom: Toni Mohr,
Shari Burton, Sherri Roberts. Top: Lori Gunter.
Seventh Grade - Front: Jonna Kanable. Center: Cathy May,
Myra Mast, Lisa Whiteman. Back: Donna Lamb.
Jill Duncan. Junior. Goes to State
Front: Bob Hackler, Dale Hoff, Todd Kubicek, John Hendrix, Kent Young, Randy Wimmer. Second: Coach
Ralph Herr, Steve Cass, Mark Harris, Mark Cass, Bill Rose, Scott March. Third: Mike l-loroho, Bart Bagwell,
Randy Spees, Randy Campbell, Keith Kubicek, Dan Bartholomew, Frank Brown.
Front: Suzanne Baxter, Susan Clark, Sharlotte Reynolds, Michelle Wagner. Second:
Coach Kistler, Ellen Land, Joanne Baxter, Jan Bannon, Susan Bargerhutf, Myrna Mid-
dlesworth, Jill Duncan. Third: Diane McGuire, Mgr. Joanie Jarret, Mgr. Patty Marner,
Tami Duncan, Robin Blair, Terri Lockhart, Sally Bargerhufi, Anita Summers.
The boys swim team was 3-8 for the
season. With only two seniors the
hopes for next year are high. Mark
Cass and Frank Brown showed
their ability coming up with many
blue ribbons and in the finals for the
sectional. Mark was voted Most
Valuable Swimmer. The girls swim
team was 3-4 in their second
season. Most of the girls will return
the next year so Coach Kistler sees
a winning season. Terri Lockhart,
Robin Blair, and Jill Duncan were in
the finals for the sectional. Jill was
in the 100 yd. and 50 yd. Freestyle.
She was second in the 100 yd. and
got to go to state. Robin was Most
Improved Swimmer of the Year.
BOYS SWIM RECORD
200 yd. Med. Relay - D. Reynolds, A. Harris
B. Bagwell, D. l-loroho. 1252.0 70771
200 yd. Freestyle - M. Cass 2:02.2 74775
200 yd. IM - D. Reynolds 2:23.6 71772
50 yd. Freestyle - M. Cass 23.9 74775
- Frank Brown 208.8 74775
Fly - D. Sheridan 1103.8 68769
Freestyle - M. Cass 53.8 74775
. Back- D. Reynolds 1:00.9 72773
Freestyle - M. Cheek 5136.8 73774
. Breast-A. Harris 1 :08.9 70771
Free Relay - R. Crouch, C. Malott
B. Bagwell, D. Reynolds 3252.6 71772
Coach Ralph Herr drying his fingernails.
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Filling classrooms and joining clubs
is an in for some people, although
others would rather take an out
concerning class. Students grumble
about having to take a certain
course that is required, thinking it's
not necessary for their future. ln
most cases they are wrong, A year
of math or science they didn't think
they would use comes in very
handy at the most unexpected
times. Every year new members join
the clubs filling the emptiness left by
the previous year's seniorsg the
attendance is kept up. Each year is
a new cycle completed and life
moves on. The revolving door sym-
bolizes the simplicity of these cycles
because they, like the door, are
continuous. Time stops for no one.
Home Eo - More Than Food
Mrs. Middlesworth, sponsor, and the Home Ec.
Club - Front: Debbie Flook, Cathy Silvey, Janet
Howell, Gayle Froelich, Julie Kingseed, Cheryl
Davis, Pami l.aFtowe. Row Two: Julie Lanning,
Nan Dreps, Robin Julius, Kathy Bowland,
Rhonda Pendland, Judy Middlesworth, Debbie
Gresley, Kim Eikenberry. Row Three: Karen
Foreman, Rhonda Dryer, Kitty Froelich, Susie
Molino, Melody Jarvis, Linda Rowe, Debbie
Beall, Cindy Seagrave, Vickie Dryer, Mrs. Mid-
dlesworth. Row Four: Kim Brubaker, Tracy Per-
kins, Joyce McCombs, Marsha Picklesimer,
Diana McGuire, Pam Roach, Brenda Davis, Flisa
Lyons. Row Five: Jean Alexander, Terri Ailor,
Patty Bennett, Tami Lloyd, Dannette Kalata,
Judy Ward, Jane Biddle, Amy Weaver, Sandy
"Maybe if I added a little parsley. .
To many people, Home Ec. just
means cooking and sewing.
However, any girl in Home
Ec. Club knows it consists
of many more things.
down the drain
Debbie Gresley washes another experiment
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Some of the things include
activities such as the Father-
Daughter Christmas Supper,
Picnic, and making tray favors and
to a nursing home. The Home Ec.
is open to any girl enrolled in a
Home Ec. class during the current
year or during a past year.
The Home Ec. Department strives
to incorporate an education in
etiquette along with what may
be considered more practical
"l don't care what the recipe book says!"
"Why doesn't my Shrimp Creole look like
Learning From the Past.
Not many changes in the
Social Studies department. Another
year has passed and with it, another
year of history is added to the books.
The history department added some
more material to its stock of visual
teaching aids via the television on
Abraham Lincoln and developed the
curriculum along the lines of social
awareness as well as the academic
skills related to researching and
writing a term paper. The work was
hard, but the results were good and
rewarding to students who put forth the
necessary effort to succeed in
a familiarity with past events and an
ability to draw conclusions about
present and future events by
from the known past history of countries
O.K.! Who threw that pencil at me!
Mr. Shrock cracks another corny joke
Finders keepers, losers weepers!
Applging to the Future
The only major changes
in the social studies department were
in the staff, Mr. Shrock, a graduate
of Ball State University joined the
force as a middle school teacher.
While Mr. Rice moved from middle
school social studies to World History
downstairs replacing Mr. Funderburg
Paula Cranor finds US. History amusing
Mr. Fiice coaches students in World History
Mr. Freelan checks the stock market
P.E. Helps Students
As in past years, the Physical
Education department sponsored a
half time program. It featured some of
the various activities offered by the
P.E. program, such as rope climbing,
tumbling and building a fifteen man
The physical education program
provided time forthe students to
escape from the routine of regular
school life and unleash some of their
tensions in a constructive manner,
they did this by participating in such
activities as swimming, basketball and
gymnastics. They also spent time
outside doing such things as playing
softball, flag football and running track
events. By doing so they strengthened
themselves mentally and physically.
ls it a bird? ls it a plane?
"I think I can, I think I can - no I can't!
Hey, this is fun!
Phgsicallg and Meniallg
amind you ot anything?
"You may think this looks easy
coach, but. .
At left: Students enjoy the
antics of one of the Harlem
What's 3x + 72 + 3 C9y + -5x3 + 2?
Hopefully after taking one of the offered
math classes, that and other similar
questions can be answered correctly.
Students are offered courses ranging
from Basic Math to Advanced Algebra,
these classes aid students in everyday
life. Just think, without math one wouldn't
be able to count their lifesavers to see if
they had enough to give any away or
other important things like that. So math
benefits all in a "number" of ways.
This is an erased blackboard.
"To sleep or not to sleep?" That is the ques-
Math Aids Students
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Miss Rebecca Carter joined the old favorites,
Mrs. Wernke and Mrs. Waymire in the high school
department, teaching Geometry. Miss Carter,
graduated from the University of Purdue and
seemed to fit right in with the students and faculty.
Oh, by the way those 500 problems are due tomorrow. Only one more day till Friday!
Finally! Peace and quiet!
Business as Usual
At Eastern, that is. As business
in the U.S. was unstable and
unemployment continued to rise,
the business students at EHS
went on learning the business
of business. ln the business
management and general business
courses, the practical ends of
running a business were shown.
Bookkeeping and business machines
were more refined in those
specific subject areas. Typing
l was the basics of getting to
know your typewriter, but in
Typing ll more secretarial
knowledge was acquired.
FBLA - Row One: Karen Krapf, Anne Weir, Pam
Boucher, Jody Hummel, Debbie Hunt. Row Two: Karen
Fulford, Stacy Heflin, Andy Kistler, Mr. Berryman
Csponsory, Nancy Utterback.
Shorthand was a convenient subject
to have if there were other
courses that needed note taking,
but it went far beyond that.
Business law was what it implied
with a little practical personal law thrown in.
FBLA took its annual trip
to Ball State for the convention.
The members stayed overnight and
participated in voting for state
officers and in the spelling
Mr. Wise, giving students "the business."
Mr. Berryman shows students the loops.
"After business hours
To many students at Eastern, English is indeed
a forgotten language. The ability to distinguish
a participle from a gerund may not be a matter
of life or death, however the ability to think and
reason clearly and argue convincingly are
objectives which the English department strove
for in its study of literature and the language
itself. Writing a good essay or creating a
literary masterpiece were goals that all
teachers had for their students, but which
obviously could not be attained in every case.
Nevertheless, the English classes at Eastern
did succeed in stimulating many students
toward improvement in their writing and
reading skills but more importantly, students
learned to think for themselves, to read
critically, to discriminate fact from opinion and
most of all to appreciate life and to respect
themselves as individuals. Highminded goals
and achievements to boast of, you say?
Perhaps. But the students of Eastern High
School are proof of the high standards of the
school and of the English department.
During the year, the Freshman classes studied
grammar CYuk!J and even worked up a small
play about King Arthur and his knights. The
Sophomores worked on the rules of usage in
English and wrote stories in addition to reading
novels and working on a play. Juniors
continued the exploration of literature and
researched current events while improving
their writing techniques and style. Seniors
studied literature also and worked on term
papers the second semester. Each year more
advanced levels of grammar and writing were
developed and more advanced methods of
analyzing and criticizing literature were
Mr, StahI's elocution inspires awe in his stu
dents. CThe ones who are listeningj
Mrs. Fox's freshmen work on a writing asign
ment during class.
Mrs. Lantz, department head, appears to be
very absorbed in the lunch menu.
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Public speaking is a part
of the English curriculum
which is often overlooked.
Miss Joyce's speech class
worked on the fundamentals of
public speaking during the
first semester giving small
informative and demonstration
lectures. Second semester
Speech consisted of more
techniques of speaking, making
use of oral interpretation and
dramatic speaking. Some work
in mass media speaking techniques
was also done.
Miss Joyces speech classg "Today we will
learn how to taIk."
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Students of Latin learned that there
is a lot more to language than just
memorizing some words and lines of
the language. Mrs. VVaymire's class
not only studied vocabulary and
phrases, but learned the grammatic
rules of Latin as well as the
idiomatic phrases unique to the
language. lt was hard work and
many times it seemed that no one
would ever learn enough latin
to even get by in Rome. But at
the end of the year, students could
look back and appreciate the work
that was done and convince anyone
that latin is not a dead language.
Mrs. Waymire, Latin teacher, arranges a
bouquet of lilacs to brighten up the class. l
The Baxter twins show Bob Hackler how to
conjugate a latin verb.
Suzanne Baxter and Scott Marsh take a few
minutes to study an assignment.
lt has often been said that there
was never a dull moment in Spanish
class. l-low true! How true!
Even on slow days students could
expect Mr. Myers' cheerful face
or Mrs. Smith's easy-going manner
to make the time bearable. Classes
were filled with hard work but also
some fun and interesting
like the Spanish fiesta complete
with tacos or playing Monopoly in
Spanish. For many students the
day would not be complete without
an JIS. my --ui
Mrs. Smith, a bright face on those early mornings when every-
thang seems man.
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t'SmiIe, God loves you!"
Mr. Myers quizes students on some dialogue
patterns "Tre bien?"
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French - Parlevous?
Mrs. Lantz seems to be wondering where her
class has gone.
Into its second year as
a formal course at Eastern,
French offered a new experience
to students. Like other language
courses, French challenged students
to learn and assimilate a foreign
tongue through memorization and
constant repetition of stock
phrases and, of course, the ever-
tedious workin grammar fyou think
English grammar is tough?y.
Mrs. Lantz did a lot of oral work
with students helping them to learn
the correct pronunciation of the
tricky spellings. The French
class also had their own little
gourmet's delight in the form of
a special dinner prepared and
eaten by the more courageous
students in her class. How was
the chocolate mousse? Cor is it
l . 4 '
ln addition to learning the language, French Another, probably more famous French
students learn about famous places in landmark, the Eifel Tower.
France such as the Arch of Triumph,
The End of a
Tradition seems to be a fading part
of Eastern High School. When the
subject of the Honor Society
was brought up this year some of
the junior and sophomore girls did
not want to wear dresses.
Ridiculous, said the seniors, when
the Honor Society goes out, it
dresses for the occasion. Well, this
year it may have dressed forthe
occasion, but whether it acted the
part was debatable.
Setting a new record for girls in one
small bathroom C161 and tearing off
pieces of the tablecloth for paper
wads did not really seem like the
actions of an Honor Society. Of
course, when it's nicknamed the
Crazy Club ot EHS by its own
members, one can't be too sure. ln
past years the Honor Society has
been known for doing good deeds
in school and around the
community. But what most people
don't know won't hurt them.
Attendance was down at the
banquet this year. Maybe that was
part of tradition too.
Karen Krapf - editor
Greg Mathena on initiation day for all sopho
mores inducted into the Honor Society.
National Honor Society - Flow One: Karen Krapt, Debbie Keyton, Marcia Miller, Jill Duncan, Bethany Oyler
CSecretary-Treasurerj, Marty Eagle, Charles Benbarger. Row Two: Marcia McLochlin, Cami Harper, Jan Patter-
son, Pami LaBowe CVice-Presidentj, Julie Kingseed, Gayle Froelich, Barb Biddle, JoAnne lmbler, How Three:
Sandi McCully, Janet Howell, Traci Streavel, Pam Horoho, Terry Seagrave CPresidentj, Bay Ashcratt, Steve
Harper, Jim McCalment, Linda Thurmond, Vicki Whiteman, Cathy Silvey. Flow Four: Karen Bohnke, Kim Eiken-
berry, Debbie Hunt, Ann Weir, Joanne Kendall, Becky Middleton, Therese Carlile, Debbie Vallosia, Susan
Hackler. Row Five: Mr. Rich CSponsorj, Beth Miller.
Band - Smashing Success
Gaye Powell, Teresa Carlile, Joanne Kendall, Dana Maroney,
Debbie Vallosia, LeAnne Oyler, Tami Horoho, Jane Harden, Mar-
sha McLochlin. Flow Two: Nancy Utterback, Phill Petty, Debbie
Hunt, Bethany Oyler, Jill Duncan, Kathy Johnson, Jane Rees,
Robin Blair, Liz Goan, Frances Bedmon, Dianne Frakes, Tami
Duncan, Terri Ailor, Patty Bennett, Joan Jetleries, JoAnn Baxter.
Row Three: Becky Middleton, Susan Hackler, Ann Weir, Pam
Johnson, Sharon Sommers, Julie Lanning, Tami Mugg, Teresa
Kommans, Gayle Kreps, Diana McGuire, Sally Bargerhutt, Sandy
Edwards, Judy Middlesworth, Pam Fioach, Pam Horoho, Jim Far-
ley, Janet Bannon, Debbie Bund, Jeff Martin, Jett May, Pam
Fiow One: Kim Brown, Rhonda Pendland, Fiobin Echelbarger,
Boucher, Katrina Powell. Row Four: Ann Adams, Terri Lockhart,
Traci Horner, Suzanne Baxter, Beth Frakes, Becky Pierson,
Nancy Biggs, Melinda Weir, Kerry Molino, Connie Bates, Debbie
Lantz, Luann Lamb, Jan Patterson, Kave Clemans, Jett Cranor,
Larry Middleton, Mike Kingew, Bart Bagwell, John Jefferies, Dus-
tin DeWitt, Mike Mathena, Lawrence Hensler, Susan Bargerhuft,
Jim Chase, JoAnn lmbler, Lowell Parsons, Mike Downs, Fiex
LaRowe, Mark Bardsley, Paula Cranor, Bay Ashcratt. Standing:
Mr. Whorwell, Mr, Steiner, Steve Harper, Terry Seagrave, Dan
Countryman, Sandi McCully, Mike Horoho, Greg Mathena, Fiandy
Wimmer, Mark Helton, Jeff Brooks.
Stage Band - Standing: Terry Seagrave, Steve Harper, JoAnn Mark Bardsley, Rex LaFiowe, Susan Bargerhuft. Fiovy Three: Jan
lmbler, Mr. Whorwell, Bethany Oyler. Row One: Jim Farley, Tami Patterson, Jeff Cranor, Larry Middleton, Dave Clemans, Luann
Horoho, Pam Horoho, Debbie Hunt, Nancy Utterback, Marsha Lamb, Debbie Lantz,
McLochlin, Row Two: Jim Chase, Bay Ashcratt, Paula Cranor,
The band made an exceptional showing
this year both on the field and in the
auditorium. At football games the band,
along with the twirlers, drum majors,
and sparkettes, put on a spectacular
The Christmas concert that was
aired over radio added a special touch
of elegance to the festive season.
Mr. Whorwell and lvlr. Steiner could be
proud of their joint efforts in pro-
ducing one of the finest programs to
be presented at Eastern High School.
The stage band, with its production
of Opus 1127 showed what light jazz is
all about as they entertained a large
part of the Greentown community in
The entire year could easily be
called a success for the band
Twirler, Ellen Land and drum majors, Jill
Duncan, and Sandy McCully.
Front Robin Julius Mary Elam Fiow One Marilyn Judy Roseberry. Row Two: Linda Rowe, Rhonda Mat
Fights Cathy Shiftlet Sandy Jones Sue Molino Vickie thews, Wanda Shifflet, Amy Weaver, Trilby Smith
Whiteman Julie Sartain Brenda Fultord Cathy Silvey Cathy Seagrave, Debbie Flook. Sparkettes.
in Vocal Music Tops at Eastern
High School Choir- Row One: Gayle Kreps, Sharon Sommers, Robin Fleed, Ellen Land, Jan Patterson, Bethany Oyler, Stacy Heflin, Phil
Moorman, Andy Kistler, Tom Fioseberry, Scott Harper, Myra Middlesworth, Jill Duncan. Row Two: Sandy Edwards, Karen Fulford, Kay Ban-
non, Marilyn Fights, April Fox, Anna Fights, JoAnn Moor, Brenda Fulford, Jim McCalment, John Ellis, Steve Copp, Patty Shaw, Carol Davis,
Trilby Smith, Judy Mason. Row Three: Traci Streavel, Pam Hamilton, Karen Foreman, Jane Harden, JoAnn lmbler, Deb Keyton, Mike Clark,
Pick Dryer, Everett Alexander, Cyndy King, Janet Smith, Tami Horoho. Row Four: Gloria Helton, Joani Jarrett, Terry Lockhart, Sherry Horn,
Vickie Dryer, Jane Biddle, Jim Farley, Mike Farley, Jon Lantz, Chuck Hewitt, Cheryl King, Kim Eikenberry. Missing: Danette Cook, Dana
Maroney, Tony Myers.
The various choirs at Eastern
worked very hard in putting together
a number of programs for the benefit
and entertainment of both the student
body and the public. Beginning with
a very successful Christmas program in
conjunction with the band, the high
school, cadet, and eighth grade choirs
displayed their talentsbagain in the
school's Spring concert. Under new
direction by Mrs. Holly Shafer, the
high school choir participated in the
Howard County Festival held
at T3ylOl' High School and the Cometones - Left to Right: Scott Harper, Ellen Land, Bethany Oyler, Mike Kingery,
- ' Jim McCalment, Jan Patterson, Terry Seagrave, Judy Mason, Jon Lantz, Jane Harden,
Sectlonal Contest as Lewls Cass' Jim Farley, Cyndy King, Mike Farley, Jawanda Kimmell, LeAnne Oyler, Missing: Tony
The Cometones, a group
of select singers ran
the circuit by performing
mostly for private groups
and clubs. These young people,
dressed in their flashy
outfits thrilled many audiences
with their selection of light
Eighth Grade Choir - Row One: Beth Cardwell, Kim Armstrong, Melinda Gibson, Paula Adams, Rheta Sommers,
Row Two: Jodie Moredock, Barb Patton, Diedre DeWitt, Linda Schaefer, Sharon Shoflner. Row Three: Susan Spana
gler, Lisa McKibbon, Lori Lumm, Arcella DeRossett, Sherri Roberts, Tammy Acord. Row Four: Sheri Lamb, Susan Mol-
och, Angie Davis, Susan Cook, Sally Poling, Karen Shaffer. Row Five: Susan Kurtz, Nancy Harmon, Judy Enyart,
Teresa Lane, Tina Lamb, Rita Kingseed, Rhonda Dillon. Row Six: Tracy Myers, Shari Burton, Carol Hackler, Jody
Johnson, Lori Gunter, Kim Keller. Row Seven: Vince Powell, Robin King, Penny Julius, Ann Rogers, Robin Steele.
Missing: Fred King, Artie Beit, Demila Conklin.
Cadet Choir - Row One: Kim Brubaker, Patty Himes, Mike Kingery, LeAnne Oyler, Jawanda Kimmell. Row
Two: Susan Gray, Cindy Eikenberry, Greg Harper, Dayle Beebe, Barb Taylor, Mrs, Shafer. Row Three: Beth
Riley, Tami Mugg, Lawrence Hensley, John Davin, Jeanie Hendrix.
Newspaper Shows Determination
The newspaper staff for 1974-75 was faced with
several problems at the beginning of the year
First of all, the majority of the editorial was totally
inexperienced in journalism and mass
communication. Along with this, a great deal of
advertising had to be sold to cover the rising
printing costs. The problems were many, but after
about sixteen weeks of preparation, the Ellipse
staff was able to put out a paper that appeared to
satisfy most students and faculty members.
Chet Davis displays the finer points of typing.
Newspaper Staff - First row: Chet Davis, Roy Second row: Dave Padfield Ceditorj, Joel Larison
Estes, Tony Smith, Jo Ann Moor, Bret Echelbarger. Chris Holman. Back: Mark Stahl, advisor.
Frantic Deadlines for Annual . . .
Bethany Oyler checks type size.
This year's annual is dedicated to the 25th
graduating class of Eastern High School. As
always, much work was put into the annual.
Although some trouble was experienced in
meeting deadlines, it finally made the press
to become a pleasant reminder to many
students of their years at Eastern. Color
pictures, one of the new features, makes
this year's annual special not only for the
seniors but all students of EHS.
Above: First Row: Julie Kingseed, Sandy McCulIy, JoAnn lmbler, Pam Horoho, Ann Weir. Second Row: Barb Biddle,
Cathy Silvey, Bethany Oyler, Jan Patterson, Marsha McLochlin, Sandy Pendland, Debbie Gresley. Third Row: Gayle
Kreps, Glenna Adams, Karen Krapf Ceditorj, Jim McCalment, Bill Shrock, Jeff Cranor, Katrina Powell, Ann Alexander.
Back: Mr. Greg Be-nninghoff - advisor.
" eg Gugs, Look -
For the first time, the industrial arts
class admitted girls this year. After all,
what could be more effective in
brightening up a room full of guys than
a few girls? The plan worked. Shop
became a haven for poor mislead love-
hungry young men. A shop student
could no longer say "Hey buddy, toss
me that rag." Now he would have to
say "Hey lady, toss me that rag." A
minor inconvenience. The shop
classes continued to develop industrial
and mechanical skills, but now when
clean up time came around at the end
of the peirod, the guys spent fifteen
minutes just moving things from one
place to another. "No, now that I think
of it, that engine block would look
better over in the corner."
Industrial Arts Club - Row Onef Dave Deta-
more, Kerry Molino, Tom Ftoseberry, Galen
Renbarger, Reed McKinney, Richie Williams,
Dan Leslie. Flow Two: Mr. Fettig, Terry King-
seed, Frank Brown, Mike Hainlen, John
Geary, Tom Hendricks, John Ellis, Kim Law-
son, Mr. Flodder. Row Three: Chuck Henbar-
ger, Dave Matchett, Len Hainlen. On Top of
the Van: Judy Mason, Jill Duncan, Paula
Cranor, .Jane Rees.
"VII bet you guys think you're pretty funny
stuttin' oatmeal down the intake manifold."
Paula Cranor, one ofthe prettier faces in
shop class this year.
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Row One' Dan Countryman, Chuck Renbarger, John Garr, Lyle
Hainlen Jeff May. Row Two: Seth Kauffman, Kevin l-lovvell, Ray-
monr Myers, Mike Hainlen, Rick Miller, Andy Weaver, Mark Jus-
The men of the Future Farmers of
America were kept very busy this
year but they enjoyed every minute
of it. Besides their annual initiation,
the FFA conducted a sales
campaign which provided fresh fruit
to people in the area in the dead of
winter. The fruit Coranges and
grapefruitj was shipped direct from
Florida in time for Christmas. Like
the other vocational classes, the
FFA enjoyed a fine dinner prepared
by the Home Ec Club. But most
important, they learned howto
cope with the economic and
agricultural problems prevalent
throughout the country.
tice. Row Three: Mr. Ftich, Vic Hostetler, John Fansler, Jay Echel
barger, Jeff Lantz, Galen Fienbarger, Dan Leslie, Terry Amos.
John Garr, member of the FFA, hands Mr.
Benninghoff a box of grapefruit, purchased
from the club.
Sign making was the main
occupation ofthe art club. Signs
for halls, runthroughs, signs up
in the gym, most of the large
ones were made by art club. lt
took a lot of paint and artistic
talent, not to mention
imagination, to come up with all
Ceramics, macrame, stitchery,
are a few things the art classes
did this year. But before that
ever one had to learn the basics
-the color wheel. Oh, come on,
everyone knows their color
wheel, well maybe not. They
would if they had taken art. Rugs
and mobiles were made and art
history was studied. One of the
final steps in batiquing had the
art room smelling like turpentine.
The different types of art were
enjoyed by different people and
most artists found how much
potential they had in their field of
Pam Roach appears to be enjoying her
little art project immensely.
Art Club - Row One: Brenda Davis, Susan Stahl Mrs Nicholson Row Two Carol Davis
Traci Streavel, Cary Grant. Row Three: Karen Krapf Janet Smith Nancy McCammon
Pam l-lamilton, Sherry Horn.
Cary Grant and Karen Krapf work on a pos-
ter for "The big game."
Suzanne Stahl works on an art project all Traci Streavel and Carol Davis weavinga rug
alone. in advanced art class.
Students of science had many shocking
experiences this year. Among them was
a demonstration ot the properties of
Studying the basic concepts of science
the scientific method did not seem like
the most exciting work to Science 9
students: but things began to pick up in
Chemistry and Physics where moles
something more than just furry little
animals and waves could be seen in
other places than the beach. Science
opened up a whole new perspective on
lite tor many students and provided the
beginning of a brilliant career in
geology, chemical engineering,
metallurgy - who knows?
Biology Club - Front: Mrs. Kimmer-
ling Csponsorj, Kris Alexander, Judy
Middlesworth, Sandy Edwards, Deb-
bie Lantz. Flow Two: Susan Barger-
huff, Debbie Vallosia, Robin Blair,
Jody Hummel, Anne Weir. Row
Three: Robin Julius, Brent Hensler
Tammy Armstrong, Therese Yeagley,
Rachel Long, Sally Bargerhuff,
Rhonda Pendland, Back: Joanne Kin-
dle, Debbie Flook, Sherry Seekell
Tami Horoho, Debbie Keyton,
Therese Carlyle, Tami Lloyd, Stacy
Heflin, Terri Lockhart.
Pam Horoho on one of her good days
"I told you that you should never mix SO2
Science and Math Working Together
Sci.-Math Club - Front: Pam Horoho, Miss Carter and Mr. Raymond Csponsorsj, Jeff Cranor, Dan
Countryman, Mary Elam. Back: Matt Clouser, Mark Johnson, Marsha McLochIin, Jim MoCaIment,
Phil Petty, Steve Harper.
Sophomores relax and enjoy the time before
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Steve Harper, Dan Countryman, and Terry
Seagrave work on an experiment. C
Faces of people, places of business for people to
recognize and remember.
The glass doors are the introduction to these.
Every year when pictures are taken and returned,
grimaces are seen. No one thinks they take a
good picture. Only seniors, for the most part, are
proud of their pictures. Money was tight this year
and advertising was difficult to come by. Much
appreciation is felt toward all the ones who have
ads in this book. They are the ones who took an
in, not an out. Take a peek through the doors and
Silver Anniversarg Class
Senior Class Officers are - CL-RQ: Ray Ashcraft, Presidentg Pami LaRowe, Secretaryg Marsha McLochlin, Treasurerg Marty
Eagle, Vice-President. Mrs. Middlesvvorth and Mr. Frakes are class sponsors.
Baccalaureate and Commencement were combined this year for the first time and the class ot '75 graduated
on Sunday, May 18. in keeping with the honor of being the 25th graduating class, silver and navy blue were
chosen as class colors. Light blue carnations with navy blue streamers were carried by the girls. Graduation
announcements were designed exclusively tor this year's class, using a unique silver print. Silver diploma cov-
ers were another change in this year's graduation proceedings. The class of 1975 is proud to be Eastern High
SchooI's Silver Anniversary class.
GLENNA M. ADAMS
MAJORS: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Business
MINORS: Home-Ec, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: GAA. 1: F.B.L.A. 2, 3: Annual Stall 3, 4:
Powderpulf Football 3, 4, History Asst. 4: Cadet Teacher 4.
KENNETH RAY ASI-ICRAFT
MAJORS: Math, English, Ind. Arts, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Stage Band
I , 2, 3, 4: E-Club 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4.
HONORS: Football All-MIC 3, 4: Football All-County 4: Boys'
State 3: Senior Class President: Drafting Award lg Small
Engines Award 2: Best Defensive Lineman 4,
MAJORS: Eng., Electronics
MINORS: Math, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 23 E-Club 2, 3. 4,
Golf 1, 23 Biology Club 1.
HONORS: All-County Football 3, 4.
DANIEL L. BARNES
MAJORS: Eng., Math, Ag.
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4, FFA 1, 2.
HONORS: Basketball Free-Throw Champ 1 g All-Cont. Baseball
and Batting Award 2: All-County Baseball 2: Honorable
Mention MIC Football 45 All-County Football 4.
MYRA L. BIDDLE
MAJORS: Home-Ec., Business, English
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: FBLA 2, Home'Ec Club 21 Yell Block 1.
MAJORS: Math, Eng., Soc. Studies, Business
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, 25 GAA I , 2, 33 Powderpulf Football
3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: FBLA 2, Pres. 3: PE Asst. 2.
Nm aft ,f
MAJORS: Eng., Ind. Arts, Math, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1 , 2, 3,45 Track 23
Football 4, Ind. Arts Club, Jr. Ma.
HONORS: Baseball All-Conference 3, Highest Batting Avg. 33
Swimming Howard County Diving Champ 3, 45 Diving Record
3, 43 Swimming Co-Capt. 3
MAJORS: Eng., Soc. Studies, Business
MAJORS: Eng., For. Lang., Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, Pres. 3.
MAJORS: Math, Science, Eng.
MINORS: For. Lang., Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football 15 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, E-Club 1, 2, 3, 4
HONORS: Most Improved Swimmer 3, Most Valuable
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 4, ind. Arts 1, 2.
MAJORS: Eng., Soc. Studies, Band
MINORS: Science, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Hon. Mention All-Conf. Football 2, All-Conl.
MAJORS: Eng., Math, Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Prettiest Hair 43 Prettiest Eyes 4, King Pull 4, Prom
King Candidate 4.
Seniors Are . . . Dignified
Racing to the lunch line. . .
constantly creating chaos in the Pizza
Hut. . .
vomiting on the flight to Washington, D.C.
giifing airplane spins. . .
all added to the "dignity"
MAJOFIS: Science, Math, English, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2, 3
43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Sci-Math 43 E-Club 2, 3, 43
Athletic Committee 4.
MAJORS: Eng., Home Ec, Business
MINIOFIS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Yell Block 1 , 2, 3, FBLA 1, 2, 3, Home Ec Club 1
2, 3, 4, Library Aid 2, 3.
MAJORS: English, Spanish
MINORS: Science, Math, Soc. Studies
Seniors Are . . . Ambitious
Last minute cramming for tests. . .
writing research papers in one day . . . sleeping
thorugh all classes, awaking only for lunch and
pass periods . , , going to the library and reading
a 72. r
magazine instead ot studying . . . all proved the
class of 1975 to be ambitious.
MAJORS: Ag., Math, Science, Eng., Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 E-Club 3, 43 Sci-
tvtath Club 43 FFA 3, Pres. 4, Intramural Basketball 45 EPU 3,
Vice-Pres. 3, 4.
HONORS: Boys' State Delegate 35 State FFA Band Member 4.
MAJORS: Eng., Math, Band
MINORS: Science, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: E-Club 3, 43 Annual Staff 3, 45 Stage Band 1, 2, 3
45 Sci-Math Club 43 Swim Team 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Adv. Drafting Award 3.
MAJORS: Eng., Business, Soc. Studies, Home Ec.
ACTIVITIES: GAA 13 Home Ec Club 2, 3, 43 Yellblock 1, 2, 3, 4g
Powderpuft Football 4.
HONORS: Betty Crocker Award 4.
MAJORS: English, Math, Ag., Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: I.B.A. 4g FFA 3, 4.
Seniors in speech class are typically engrossed in the lecture
MAJORS: Science, Math, Eng., Soc. Studies
MINORS: For, Lang.
ACTIVITIES: E-Club 2, 3, 4, HonorSociety 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2.
HONORS: All-Cont. Football 4, All-Conference Hon. Mention
Football 3, All-County Football 3, 4, MVP Football 4, Defensive
Back of the Year Football 4, Prep All-American Football Honor
Roll 4, Football Co-Capt. 4, Baseball All-Conf. 3, MVP
Baseball 3, E-Club Pres. 4, Chemistry Award 3, Class V-Pres.
2, 4, Class President 3.
MAJORS: Eng., Home Ec., Business
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: YellbIock1, FBLA 2, Home Ec Club 2, Sparkettes
1 2, 3, Capt. 4, Office Asst. 3, Special Ed. Asst 3.
HONORS: Geography Award 3, Sparkette Trophy 4.
MAJORS: Soc. Studies, Eng., Band
MINORS: Math, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Basketball 1, Stage
Band 2, 3, 4, Cometones 1, 4, Operetta 1, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Choir 1, 4, Latin Club 3, E-Club 3, 4.
HONORS: Football All-Conf. 3, 4, All County Hon. Mention 3,
4, Best Dancer 4, Best Singer 4.
MAJORS: Eng., Soc. Studies, Home Ec., Business
ACTIVITIES: Home Ec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4,
Yellblock 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Sparkettes 2, 3, 4, PE Asst. 4.
HONORS: Biology Club Pres. 4, Sparkette Trophy 4,
MAJORS: Soc. Studies, Eng., Business
MINORS: Math, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball lg Ind. Arts Club 4,
E-Club 3, 4,
MAJORS: Soc, Studies, Home Ec, Eng.
MINORS: Science, For. Lang., Business
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, Cheerleader 1, Capt., JV
Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2, 3,
4, V. Pres. 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Powderpuff
Football 3, 4. '
HONORS: Howard Co, Track Queen Court 1, Homecoming
Princess 2, Girls' State Delegate 3.
MAJORS: Soc. Studies, Math, Business, Eng.
MINORS: Science, For. Lang., Ind. Arts.
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, Ind. Arts Club 4
MAJORS: Eng., Ag., Ind. Arts, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: FFA 1, 2, 3, l.A. Club 4, Football 4, Basketball 1,
3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, PE Asst. 2, 4, Track 2.
MAJORS: Eng., Math, Soc. Studies, Business
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Povvderpuft
Football 3, 4, Cheerlader 1, B-Team 2, Varsity 3, 4, Capt. 4.
HONORS: Greentown Glass Festival Oueen 3, Ho. County 4-H
Fair Oueen 3.
MAJORS: Eng., Math, Science, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Sci-Math Club 4, V-Pres. 4,
Stage Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4, EPU 3, 4.
HONORS: All-State Orchestra 3, Summer Band Scholarship 3.
MAJORS: Ind. Arts, Eng., Soc. Studies
MINORS: Machine Trades, Math
ACTIVITIES: Track 2, 3, 4, Ind. Arts Club 1, 2, 3.
HONORS: Woodworking Award 1.
MAJORS1 Business, Eng., Ind. Arts, Soc. Studies
MINORS: Math, Science
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4, FBLA 3, Ind. Arts Club 4, E-Club 4,
Track 4, Annual Staff Asst. 4.
MAJORS: English, Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
MINORS: Business, Science, Math
ACTIVITIES: Football Mgr. 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Track
Mgr. 1, 2, E-Club 3, 4, Ind, Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Graphic Award.
MAJORS: English, Business
MINORS: Math, Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock I , 2, GAA 1 , 2, Annual Staff 3: FBLA 1.
Seniors Are . . . Industrious
Getting the yearbook pages done on time . , .
doing homework once in awhile . . . serving on
committees. . . practicing for contest . . .
show that the Seniors can be industrious.
MAJORS: Home Ec., English, Business, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, Home Ec Club 1, 2, FBLA 2.
MAJORS: Ind. Arts, Soc. Studies, English
MINOFISQ Math, Science
ACTIVITIES: Ind. Arts Club
MAJORS: Ind. Arts, Soc. Studies, English
ACTIVITIES: Ind. Arts Club 3, E-Club 3, 4, Track 1 , 2, 3, Cross
Country 3, 4.
MAJORS: English, Science, Math, Band
MINORS: For. Lang., Soc. Studies, Choir
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Choir 1 , 2,
Operetta 1, 2, Cometones 2, GAA 1 , 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 1, 3,
Latin Club 2, 33 swim Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1 , 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Sci-Math 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Sports Ed. 4,
Powderputf Football 3, 4, Yellblock 1, 2, Track Asst. 2, 3, 4,
Cadet Teacher 4, Honor Society 2. 3, 4.
HONORS: Latin Award 2, Major 3, I,U. Summer Music Clinic 2
3, l.U. Student Leadership Workshop 3.
Seniors Are .
MAJORS: Math, Science, Soc. Studies, English, Home Ec.
MINORS: For. Lang., Business
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1, 2, 3, Cheerblock 1, 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, 4,
Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4, Sci-Math 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, Track Asst. 2, 3, 4.
MAJORS: English, tvlath, Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
MINORS: Business, Science
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Yellblock 1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4,
VPres. 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Girls Swimming 1 , Oirl's
Basketball 3, Powderpuff Football 3, 4, Lab Asst. , Office Aid
4, Cadet Teacher 4.
HONORS: Perfect Attendance Award 1.
MAJORS: Math, Soc. Studies, English, For. Lang., Band.
ACTIVITIES: Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, FBLA 3,
4, Pres, 4, Yellblock 1, Music Librarian 4, Cadet Teacher 4.
MAJORS: English, IVlath, Band, Choir
MINORS: Soc. Studies, For. Lang., Science
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,Yellblock 1, 2, Stage Band 3, 4,
Swim Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4' O eretta1 2 3' Track Asst.
, D , , I
1, 2, Powderpufl Football 3, 4, Cadet Teacher 4, Honor
Society 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: English Award 3, Ho. County Track Queen Court 4. .
. . Musical
Memorizing solos the night before contest
. . . having eraser tights in the band
room . . . receiving numerous demerits in
band . . . participating in Teen Talent
Time . . . representing Eastern at State
Solo and Ensemble Contest. . . lend a
view ofthe musical potentials of the
Star drummer Steve Harper takes a moment
from practicing to stare solemnly at the camera.
MAJORS: Math, Science, English, Soc, Studies
ACTIVITIES: Biology Club 1, 2, V.-Pres. 2, Sci-Math Club 4,
Pres. 4, Science Lab Asst. 3, 4, A-V Asst. 4.
HONORS: Kokomo Engineering Society Award
MAJORS: English, Home Ec.
MINORS: Math, Soc, Studies
ACTIVITIES: Sparkettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Co-Capt. 3, Biology
Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, V, Pres. 4, Annual Staff 3, Home Ec Club 4,
Yellblock 1 , Art Asst. 3, Prom Decorating Committee
HONORS: French Award 3, Homecoming Oueen Candidate 4,
Sparkette Trophy 4.
MAJORS: Soc. Studies, English
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1 , 2,
3, 4, Basketball 1 , 2, Ind. Arts Club 1 , 2.
HONORS: All-Co. Hon. Mention Football 3, AII'Co. Tight End
4, All-Conf. Football Linebacker 4, Offensive Lineman Award
4, Captain Football 4, Mile Relay Award 3.
MAJORS: English, Ag.
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts, Math
ACTIVITIES: Football 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Baseball 3, FFA 1,
2, 3, Ind, Arts Club 4, V. Pres. 4.
HONORS: Judging Ho, Co. Champs 1 , 2, State Tractor
Trouble Shooting Champ 4.
MAJORSz English, H.O.E.
MINORS: Soc, Studies, Science
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2,
HONORS: All-Co. Offense and Defense 4, MIC Hon. Mention
MAJORS: English, Math, Soc. Studies, Home Ec.
MINORS: For, Lang., Business 5
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 3, 4, Yellblock 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec 4:
GAA 1 , 2, 3, Powderpuff Football 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4:
Annual Staff 3, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, A.V. Asst. 4, Office Asst 4.
HONORS: Science Award 1.
MAJORS: Math, English, For. Lang., Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Ind. Arts Club 4, E-Club 4, Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4:
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Football 1, 3, 4.
HONORS: Defense Award Basketball 1,AlI-Conf. Baseball 3,
All-Co. Football 4, All-Conf. Football 4, King Puff Prince 3,
King Puff Candidate 4.
MAJORS: English, Soc. Studies
MINORS: Math, Science, Ind. Arts, Business
ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Swim Team 3,
Track I , 2, Golf 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. I, 2, 3, 4, E-Club 2, 3, 4,
FBLA 2, 3, 4, PE Asst. 3, 4, Cometones 2, 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 4.
MAJORS: English, Soc, Studies, Business, For. Lang.
MINORS: Home Ec.
ACTIVITIES: Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Yellblock 2, 3, 4, FBLA 2,
3, 4, Sec. 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Powderpuff Football 3, 4,
Basketball CGirl'sJ 2, 3, Art Club 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor 4.
HONORS: Citizenship Award 1, Bookkeeping Award 2,
Attendance Awards I , 2, 3, Best Artist Award 4.
MAJORS: Business, Math, English, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies,
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock I , 2, Home Ec Club 4, Sec., Band I, 2,
3, 4, I-lonor Society 2, 3, 4, Library Aid 4.
HONORS: Typing Award 2.
MAJORS: English, Home Ec., Business
MINORS: History, Math
ACTIVITIES: Home E. Club I , 2, 3, FBLA 1 , 2, 3, Yellblock 1 , 2
MAJORS: English, Soc. Studies, Home Ec,
MINORS: For. Lang, Choir
ACTIVITIES: Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Boys
Track 2, 3, Girls Track 4, Basketball I , 2, 3, Swim Team 4,
Gymnastics 1, Powderputf 3, 4, PE Asst. 2, 3, 4, Cometones 4
Music Librarian 4.
HONORS: Pres. Physical Fitness Award I.
MAJORS: English, Ind, Arts, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Band I , 2, 3, 4, Ind. Arts Club I , 2.
HONORS: Band Sweater 3.
MAJORS: Math, English, Home Ec
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Science
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1, 2, 3, Home Ec Club 3, Pres. 4, Yellblock
1, 2, 4, Pres, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, V.
HONORS: DAR Good Citizen Award 4, Girls' State Alternate 3
Homecoming Oueen 4, Class V. Pres, 3, Class Sec. 4.
MAJORS: Home Ec., English, Soc. Studies, For, Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock I , 2, GAA I , 2, 3, Home Ec Club 1, 2,
Swim Timer 3.
Seniors Are. . . eaders
H , ' L . .way Ji 'D
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Heading various committees, . .
holding class and club offices . . .taking
charge ofAfter-Prom activities. . .giving
advice to underclassmen . . . all prove the
Seniors leadership capabilities.
Senior Student Council Members Are - CL-Rj: Marsha
McLochIin, Jan Patterson, Bethany Oyler, and Pam Horoho.
Jeff Nesbit, Matt Clouser and Brad Winger are the Senior male
MAJOPS: English, Soc. Studies, Home Ec
MINORS: For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 13 Home Ec. Club 23 GAA 13 Cadet
MAJOPS: Math, Science, l.A., English
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTlVlTlES: Football Mgr. 1 , 2, 3, 4.
MAJORS: Math, English, Soc. Studies, For. Lang., Band
ACTlVITlES: GAA 1 , 2, 3, V. Pres. 3, Latin Club 33 Honor
Society 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Powderpuff Football 3, 4
Yellblock 1, 2, 4, Cadet Teacher 43 Annual Staff 3, 4.
HONORS: Class Clown 4.
Seniors Are . . . Alhlelio
Winning the football MIC. . . being Howard County
Football Champs. . .leading the basketball team
. . . setting school records in swimming, diving, and
track. . .participating onthe girls' trackteam. . .
shows the outstanding athletic qualities ot the Senior
Duh. . .whatdoldo now?
, Ellen Land adds flair to the home football
I MARSHA MCLOCHLIN
MAJORS: Math, Science, English, For. Lang. Band.
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Business
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Treas. 4, Stage Band 2, 3, 4,
Yellblock 1, FBLA 3, Sci-Math 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Ad. Man, 4,
Swim Team 1 , 2, 3, Student Council 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Track Asst. 2, 3, 4, Swim Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
Powderputl Football 3, 4, Class Sec.!Treas. 1, Class Treas. 4.
HONORS: Major E 3, IU Summer Music Clinic 3, English
Award 1, Biology Award 1, Algebra Award 1 - 3, Geometry
Award 2, Spanish Award 1, US History Award 2, Chemistry
Award 2, Bookkeeping Award 3, Psychology Award 3.
MAJORS: Math, Science, English, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Baseball 1 - 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Sci-Math Club 4,
Stage Band 2, 3, 4: NISBOVA 1, 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Oueen's Escort 4, Student Repr, to Kokomo Rotary
Club, Page Boy for Ind. House of Represent
MAJORS: English, Home Ec., Social Studies
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1, 2: GAA Basketball 1, 2.
MAJORS: English, History, Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, IBA 4, Ind. Arts Club 1, 2, 3, E-
Club 2, 3, 4.
MAJORS: Business, English
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Art
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1 , Jr. Ach. 13OEA 43 BOE 43 Art Club 23
HONORS: Homecoming Princess 33 Homecoming Queen
Candidate 43 English Award 23 Art Award 4.
MAJORS: Math, English, Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Swim Team 1, 23 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treas, 43 E-Club 1 , 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Class Pres
MAJORS: English, Math, For. Lang., Band, Choir
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Cometones 3, 43 Stage Band 2, 3, 43 Swim Club
2, 3, 43 Yellblock 13 GAA 1 , 2, 33 Choir Council 13 Latin Club 23
Cadet Teacher 43 Student Council 1 , 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43
Annual Staff 3, 4, Classes Editor 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Sec.-Treas. 43 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Powderputf Football 3, 43
Kokomo Jr. Musicale 2.
HONORS: Girls' State Alternate 33 Easter Seal Class
Representative 13 IU Band - Choral Clinic Scholarship 23 Ball
State MA. ll Honors Recital 33 Kokomo Jr, Miss Talent Finalist
43 Teen Talent Time Winner3 Prom Oueen Candidate 4.
MAJORS: Business, Home Ec, English
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: OEA 43 Yellblock 1.
MAJORS: English, Math, Band, Choir
MINORS: Soc. Studies3 For. Lang., Science
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Stage Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Cometones 3, 43 GAA 1 , 2, 3, 4, Treas. 33
Powderputl Football 3, 43 Kokomo Jr. Musicale 23 Swim Club
2, 3, 43 Track Asst. 1, 23 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Cadet Teacher 43
Track Team 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: Girls' State Delegate 3.
MAJORS: Soc. Studies, Math, English
ACTIVITIES: Football 13 Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 43 Track Mgr. 33
E-Club 3, 4.
MAJORS: English, Math, Science, Band
MINORS: Soc. Studies
ACTIVITIES: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Sci-Math Club 2, 4, Biology Club
MAJORS: English, Ag., Math, Ind. Arts
MINORS: Soc. Studies, Science
ACTIVITIES: Football I, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4, FFA 1, 2
3, 4, E-Club 4, Ind. Arts Club 4, IBA 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4.
HONORS: E Jacket, Farm Mech. Award, Electricity Award.
MAJOFIS: English, Home Ec, Soc. Studies
MINORS: Science, Math
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, Biology Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3,
Annual Staff 3, 4, Home Ec Club 2, 3, Honor Society 3, 4,
Library Aid 1, PE Asst. 3, 4, Biology Lab Asst. 4.
ROBIN RALPH RIGGS
MAJORS: English, Ag.
MINORS: Math, Social Studies
ACTIVITIES: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 1, E-Club 3, 4'
FFA 1, 2.
MAJORS: Math, English, Soc. Studies, Ag.
MINORS: Distributive Education
ACTIVITIES: FFA 1 , 2, Football I,2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 4, E Club 3, 4, Sec,-
HONORS: Baseball All-Conf. 3, Honorable Mention 4, Football
All-Cont., All County, All State Honorable Mention 4,
MAJOFIS: English, Soc. Studies, Home Ec, Art
ACTIVITIES: Sparkettes 2, 3, 4, Art Asst. 4.
HONORS: Sparkette Trophy 4.
Seniors Are . . . Comical
Eloquently reciting heart-rending
versions of Goldilocks and the
Three Bears in Speech class . . ,
playing Spin-the-Bottle, complete
with Bonus Cards. . .watching
performances of Larry Middleton
and his one-armed man. . .are a
few ofthe antics the Seniors pulled.
MAJORS: English, Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
MINORS: For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock I , 2, GAA I , 2.
MAJORS: English, History
MINORS: Math, Business
ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track I , 2,
HONORS: Presidential Physical Fitness Award I, 2, 3: Typing
MAJORS: Math, Science, Soc. Studies, English
ACTIVITIES: Choir, Operetta 15 Library Aide 3, 43 Sparkettes 2
HONORS: Sparkette Trophy 4.
MAJOFIS: Math, Science, English, Band
MINORS: Soc, Studies
Operetta 2, 3, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Intramural Baslfetball 43
HONORS: Band Pres. 45 Boys' State Alternate 35 Student
Repr. to Rotary Club 4.
ACTIVITIES: Cometones 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 2 3, 4, Pres. 43
Going to work. . .
getting married. . .attending
college iust taking life easy
reveals the hopes and dreams of
after leaving Eastern.
Seniors Look to the Future
I , wt
flung ,A 4
Brad Winger's future plans include going directly to Jail, not passing Go,
and no collecting 55200.00
3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Secretary 3.
HONORS: Sparkette Trophy 4.
MAJOBS: English, Science, Math, Art
Teacher's Aid 4,
MAJOFiSi English, Math, Home Ec.
MINOFIS: Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
MAJOHS: English, Soc. Studies, Ind. Arts
MAJOBS: English, Soc. Studies, Business, Home Ec.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, Library Aid I - 3, FBLA 3, Sparkettes
2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Home Ec Club
MINOBS: Home Ec, Soc. Studies, For. Lang.
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1, 2, 3, 4, Lab Asst. 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4,
ACTIVITIES: Yellblock 1 3 Biology Club 1, 2, Honor Society 2,
3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Annual Staff 3, Home Ec Club 2.
ACTIVITIES: Ind. Arts Club 2, 3, FFA 3, Football I , Track 2.
Larry Middleton has had trouble breaking the
habit of sucking his thumb,
ELIZABETH ANN VVEIR
MAJORS: Math, English, Soc. Studies, Band
MINORS: For. Lang,
ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 3, 4, FBLA 4, Sec.-Treas, Yellblock 1,
Annual Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 3, Office Aid 3: Library Aid 4,
Cadet Teacher 4, Honor Society 3. 4.
HONORS: Geometry Award 2.
MAJORS: English, Soc. Studies, Math
MINORS: For, Lang., Science, Business
ACTIVITIES: GAA 1 , Sparkettes 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4
Library Aid 3, Office Aid 4.
HONORS: Sparkette Trophy.
MAJORS: English, Math, Ag., Soc. Studies
MINORS: Ind. Arts
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt,-at-Arms 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Track 1 , 2, 3, 4, E-Club 2, 3. 4. Vice-Pres. 4, Baseball 1. 2, 3.
HONORS: Football - All-County 2, 3, 4: Honorable Mention
M,l.C. 2, 3, All-MIC 4, All-State Honorable Mention 4, Prep AI
American 4, All-Area 4, Most Valuable Running Back 4,
County Offensive Player of the Year 1974, "E" Blanket
MAJORS: Math, Ind. Arts, English, Soc. Studies
ACTlVITlES:FootbalI 1, 2, 3, IBA 4, Track 2, Ind. Arts Club 2,
Annual Staff 3.
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I, Kenny Ray Ashcraft ll, do bequeath my body to
Freshman Biology Class to dissect and study in the
name of science.
I, Frank Brown, do bequeath my diving suit to
I, Ramon Cassis, do bequeath my "37" Ford
Flamed Sedan to Fteed McKinney, if he thinks he can
I, Sharlet Christy, do bequeath my locker to James
Scott, because he is my handsome pet - so be
careful with my pet.
l, Matt Clouser, do bequeath to John Ellis my best
papers, so he will not have a single care next year.
I, Dan Countryman, do bequeath my Comet Pride
and Spirit to the class of "76," and to the EPU, all my
I, Jeff Cranor, do bequeath my ability and willing-
ness to work as a photographer for the yearbook.
I, Cheryl Davis, do bequeath my choice seat in
Study hall Ccold in winter, hot in fallb to whoever
I, Marty Eagle, do bequeath my teddy bear to
Linda Roberts to keep her safe from the boogie man.
I, Mary Elam, do bequeath to any underclassman
to express your opinions in Home Ec.
I, James CGoofyJ Farley, do bequeath to my dear
brother my almost priceless bathtub ring . . . and to
those who know me from Mac's Place, come in and
enjoy one of my special goofy burgers!
I, Gayle Froelich, do bequeath my voice box to
next year's cheerleaders.
I, Cami Harper, do bequeath my lack of ability to
I, Liz Hobson, do bequeath my salt shaker to Rob
I, Pam Horoho, do bequeath to Judy Mason the
right to hassle Mr. Fields for Student Council.
I, Ftex Honeas, do bequeath my trusty car to Jim
I, Janet Howell, bequeath my long hair to Butch,
alias Judy Mason.
I, Jody Hummel, do bequeath all of my old notes
to Donnie if he ever comes back to Eastern.
I, Debbie Hunt, do bequeath my vice-presidency
of "SCUM" to Anne Adams.
I, JoAnn Imbler, do bequeath to anyone dumb
enough to take Chemistry, all of my harrowing expe-
riences in getting labs in on time.
I, Mark Johnson, do bequeath to Jim McCaIment
my vast store of scientific knowledge obtained with
I, Ftobin Julius, do bequeath the remains of my
bookkeeping workbook to Marcia Miller.
I, Gary King, do bequeath my locker to my dumb
brother Michelle Eugene King.
I, Julie Kingseed, do bequeath to any Junior girl
the right to talk about anybody they want without a
certain sophomore listening.
Marty Eagle looks as though he would like to
get in on Terry and Flobin's conversation.
I, Karen Krapf, do bequeath my ability to stay
awake while reading govt. and econ. to all of next
I, Nan Kreps, do bequeath my old dirty bass clari-
net swab to Judy Middlesworth, if she won't blow her
nose on it.
I, Pami LaFtowe, do bequeath to Jane Bees the
right to flaunt her body and to watch "pearl fishers."
I, Nancy McCammon, do bequeath to Connie
Lloyd my 4 autographed pictures of Howdy Doody,
and 1 1930's record of Elvis.
I, Sandi McCulley, do bequeath to Jill Duncan my
great drum major ability.
I, Marsha McLochlin, do bequeath my outstanding
football ability to next year's Senior girls.
I, Larry Middleton, do bequeath all my cherry life-
saver suckers to Judy Mason, Marcia Miller, and
I, Cindy Miller, do bequeath my ability to get along
with teachers to all underclassmen.
I, Dan Minnich, do bequeath my talent of counting
football equipment to Greg Harper.
I, Debbie Molino, do bequeath my faithful locker
number 522 with the broken latch to my best friend
I, Bethany Oyler, do bequeath my initials CB.L.O.5
and my pug nose to anyone brave enough to take
I, Jan Patterson, do bequeath my knowledge of
Gayle Froelich can't seem to type enough
love letters to Marty.
portisands to the "Comet Cones" CVanilla, Peach,
Strawberryy and Garry Hartman.
I, Phil Petty, do bequeath my old oily swab and a
box of water-logged reeds to Nancy Utterback.
I, Barbara Biddle, do bequeath Mr. Berryman to all
I, Connie Sagarsee, do bequeath my ratty blue
robe to Barb Sagarsee so she won't have to walk
around in just a t-shirt.
I, Terry Seagrave, do bequeath my drum set to
Jamie McCalment, who helped me put them
I, Cathy Silvey, do bequeath my dislike of band
directors to Marilyn Fights and Rhonda Matthews.
I, Suzanne Stahl, do bequeath my old blue bikini to
Carol Davis so she won't have to go skinny-dipping
I, Rick Ward, do bequeath my natural good looks
to anyone who thinks they are capable of using
I, Ann Weir, do bequeath my locker M548 to the
next lucky Senior. It has no coat hooks!
I, Vicky Whiteman, do bequeath my ability to skip
class without getting caught to Kim Lawson.
I, Brad Winger, do bequeath all of my motorcycle
riding ability to Don Armstrong. He needs it.
I, Steve Harper, do bequeath to Jeff Brooks the
right to clean up the percussion section after Band
4: 1 w11.ff'4 .-
W, H .,
Seniors, remember first grade? The old wooden desks, the construction paper, the teachers friendly smile? In case
those memories are a little hazy ih your memory, perhaps the pictures on these two pages may stir the cobwebs alittle
bit and remind-you ofthe joy of childhood.
The juniors ended the year with
varied reactions. Many couldn't
wait until their graduation, and
watching the seniors' last days
made waiting seem endless . . .
"One year to go!"
But the juniors could look back on
happy times: games, band
concerts, floats, worrying over tests
only to find school canceled
because of snow. And even though
the annual magazine sale didn't
reach the 555,000 goal, juniors were
proud of a record sale of 84,400
Officers - Reed McKinney CPres.J, Jill Dun-
can CVice Presb. Karen Bohnke CSec.J, Kim
Eikenberry CTreas.J. Sponsors - Mr. Herr
and Mrs. Wernke,
"See the End Ahead"
That's really interesting, Mr. Patterson."
Preparing for Thai Lasl Sie
Jo Ann Moor
Juniors exhibit total and complete concen
Juniors Not Pictured - Yvonne Armstrong, Karen Foreman
Steve lmbler, Larry Lane, Joel Larrison, Dennis Loyd Joyce
McCombs, Frances Redmon.
This Algebra's a riot."
The class of seventy-seven enjoyed
another fine year of high
school as they moved up the ladder
to becoming seniors. The
sophomores enjoyed many more
of high school such as the long wait
for Drivers Ed., class rings and
jackets, and finally having the best
homecoming float Calthough this
title was hotly disputed by the
seniorsj. lt was a good year for the
sophs, and everyone
looks forward to next year.
Steve Cass N
Jeff Cecil '
Officers - Michelle Miller, Sec.p Bret Echelbarger, Pres., John Bagwell, Treas.g Larry
Flook, V. Pres. Sponsor: Mr. Fettig.
Qophs Proud of Accomplishments
Classes and Friends - Good Times
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5 iifin R i
"Then she said what!
Rick Seag rave
Sophomores not Pictured John Bagwell Brian Gunter
Sandy Henry, Jim Moxley Rick Pierson Tim Robbins
Terry Roe, Barb Sagarsee Mike Sullivan Debbie Wise
Charles Treber and Dana Maroney share a
quiet walk to class
Freshmen - Readg for Challenge
After eight long, hard years
of waiting, the class of
seventy-eight officially became
part of Eastern High. Although
the wait was well worth it,
the freshmen were challenged with
more decisions to make and
problems to cope with. They
participated in High School
activities such as homecoming
and class meetings. The upper
class may have been a
little tough on them, but next
year it's their turn.
Officers - Terry Etchison, Secg Kirk Cogdell
Treas., Gabe Eagle, Pres.g Bill Heinzman, V
Pres. Sponsor: Miss Carter.
Beginning a Difiieull Climb
t wk azrsetmiw -
Tim Cheek and Doug Beachy brave the
How Long Til We re Seniors?
Mrs. Fox "proofreads" a test.
Lou Ann Paiton
Freshmen Not Pictured: Dayle Beebe, Rebecca
Christie, .John Davin, Kevin Gillespie Brian
McOuiston, Paul Sagarsee, Ruby Scott
"I said, 'small box' not, 'small pox'."
That "Person" Behind the Desk
They come in and start asking
questions about Shakespeare or
the Battle of 1812. How should we
know? How much is 3 X 5? Beats
mel They seem pretty nice in the
hall or lunchroom, but when we go
to class they change. Sort of like Dr.
Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde. We are only
having a little fun but sometimes we
get carried away. That's when they
start yelling and turning pruple -
sort of neat to watch. The one in
English class can be areal bummer
sometimes. Vocabulary? I don't
need to talk any gooder. We like
them most of the time, but we'd just
like to know - who is that person
behind the desk?
Mr. Freelan explains a difficult economic
Miss Patty Ault: 8th gr. English.
Mr. Greg Benninghoff: Soph. English, Annual
Miss Rebecca Carter: Math, Freshman sponsor.
Mr. Larry Crow: M.S. Science, Health, Coach, Jr.
Mr. Flobert Dedaker: M.S. Social Studies, Spon. E
Club, Coach, Asst. Football, 8th Basketball,
Mrs. Barbara Dillon: Gen. Business, Typing,
Shorthand, Spon. Stu. Council.
Mrs. Nancy Fox: Freshman English.
Mr. Wayne Frakes: U.S. Hist., Dr. Ed., Spon. Sr.
Class, Cross Country, Track.
Mr. John Funderburg: World History, Civics,
Mr. Paul Hubbard: M.S. Math, Spon. M.S. Stu.
Mrs. Marsha Kimmerling: Biology, Science 9, Spon
Bio. Club, Cheerleaders.
Miss Linda Kistler: Phys. Ed., spon., GAA, Coach
Girls' Swim Team.
Mr, Raymond Knote: M.S. Science.
Mrs. Joyce Lantz: Jr. Sr. English, French.
Mr. David Long: M.S. Math.
Miss Patricia Markwith: 6th gr. English.
Mrs, Elaine McCIamroch: Spec. Ed.
Mrs. Mildred Middlesworth: Home Ec.: Spon. Home Ec.
Club, Sr. Class.
Mr. Philip Myers: Spanish, M.S. History.
Mrs. Sally Nicholson: Art, Art Club, Yell Block spon.
Mr. Doug Patterson: M.S. Science, Coach: Varsity
Basketball, Golf, Jr. High Football Spon.p E-Club.
Mrs. Rebecca Pence: 7th gr. English.
Mrs. Lou Pritchard: M.S., Frosh. Home Ec.
Mr. Raymond: Chemistry, Science 9, Physics, Sci-Math
Club spon., T.V. spon.
Mr. Willard Rice: HS. and M.S. Social Studies, spon.: E-
Club, Coach: Football, Frosh. Basketball, Asst. Track.
Mrs. Holly Schafer: Choir, Music, spon.: Cometones,
Mr. Mark Stahl: Journalism, English, Spon.,
Mrs. Linda Wernke: Algebra, Basic Math, spon.: Jr.
Mr. Cedric Wise: Social Studies, Business,
nm xiei'Rit:si's'i'1axl Ulf
Doug Patterson orders another round. HOW to Whistle in ten easy Steps
New Principal Heads Office Staff
E.H.S. had a new principal this year,
William C. Fields from Marion,
Indiana. Before coming to Eastern
he was "Dean of Boys" at Justice
Jr. High School in Marion. He
attended Marion College where he
got his B.S. degree and received his
Masters from Ball State University.
The office also had some other new
facesg Mr. Richard Mugg served as
athletic director in place of Mr.
Richard Price who remained vice-
In the counseling department, Mrs.
Linda Wernke served as "Girls
Guidance Counselor" to help Mr.
Oyler provide for the needs of all
the students on a more personal
Finally, who could forget the
personnel vvho really make the
system go, our secretaries Mrs.
Helen Fox and Mrs. Janet Mugg. All
of these people working together
made Eastern's Administration one
of the best.
A new face at Eastern:
Mr. Fields, Principal
33 24 25 ....i .ii
Mr. Fields takes time out of his busy sched-
ule to talk to a concerned parent.
Mrs. Mugg busily assisting someone on the
Mr. DeWitt Mr. Price Mr. Oyler
Superintendent Vice-Principai Counselor
Mrs. Wernke Mrs. Fox Mrs. Mugg
Counselor Secretary Secretary
The middle school student council
sponsored by Mr. Hubbard senfed
much the same function as the high
school council acting as a go-between
for the students and the
administration. Basically, participation
in the council gave students an idea of
government and parliamentary
procedure. Officers conducted
meetings much the same as formal
meetings are held in government, and
issues concerning the school and
student problems were discussed. The
middle school council also gave
students experience in leadership and
cooperation which would serve them
later in school and life.
MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL
Lyle Myers 'f'
Melinda Wagner 'i'
Eighth Graders Make
Grade school and middle
school marked the end of
childhood for the eighth
grade. With skating parties,
canned food drives, and
Christmas parties behind them
they prepared for the long
ordeal of high school with
a fresh outlook and the
exciting memories of younger
Two eighth grade girls "boywatching.'
1 trai PNY
High School - The Lasi Long Step
Pam Christie is actually doing the puzzle in
the back ol her weekly reader.
"Seventh Grade? I+'s DK."
To a Seventh grader, one
year is just like another.
While the members of this
year's Seventh grade class
participated in many
exciting projects along
with the middle school
and high school, time seemed
to stand still. As the
sixth grade was enjoying
its newly acquired middle school status,
the seventh grade could only sit
back and wait.
Hurry up and wait.
Danny Dunlap .
Seventh Graders Not Pictured:
Judy Bowen, Robbi Cummins,
Ava Eades, Terri Gray, Daniel
Lawson, Mike Wise.
New Beginning for Sixth Grade
Sixth grade was a whole new ball
game. New teachers, new classes
and even a new school. The move
from the elementary building was
exciting for some and difficult for
others. Nonetheless, the sixth
grade rose to the occasion to
become part ot E.H.S.
Sixth grade science is better than Scminex
Wow! Onlg Six More Years!
Mary Ann Yockey
Sixth Graders Not Pictured
Rhonda Brumley Beverly
Davis, Linda Frazier Randy
Gillespie, Craig Henry Scott
I "Darn, he ate everything on his plate."
Like sports, music is a way of life in Greentown and at EHS. Students
start at a tender age tapping and blowing and plunking. The elementary
and middle school bands are only one step in the long road of
accomplishment. Perhaps not as polished as the varsity or stage band,
but at graduation eighth graders are able to fill the gap left by the
seniors. The choir too, adds its support to the musical program at
Eastern while voices are changing from tenor to baritone and nylons are
a new addition to a girl's wardrobe.
"One more puff and l'll take up the flute!"
The pause that refreshes. Time-out during
There is nothing more depressing than an
empty music room - unless it's a full one.
Eighth Grade Choir - Row One: Beth Cardwell, Kim Armstrong,
Melinda Gibson, Paula Adams, Rheta Sommers. Row Two: Jodie
Moredock, Barb Patton, Diedre DeWitt, Linda Schaefer, Sharon
Shoffner. Row Three: Susan Spangler, Lisa McKibbon, Lori
Lumm, Arcella DeRossett, Sherri Roberts, Tami Acord. Row Four:
Sheri Lamb, Susan Moloch, Angie Davis, Susan Cook, Sally Pol-
ing, Karen Shaffer. Row Five: Susan Kurtz, Nancy Harmon, Judy
Enyart, Teresa Lane, Tina Lamb, Rita Kingseed, Rhonda Dillon.
Row Six: Tracy Myers, Shari Burton, Carol Hackler, Jody John-
son, Lori Gunter, Kim Keller. Row Seven: Vince Powell, Robin
King, Penny Julius, Ann Rogers, Robin Steele. Missing: Fred
King, Artie Belt, Demila Conklin.
The office assistants helped out whenever
needed and picked up those dreaded absentee
slips. There were also bookstore aides which
help supply our students with the essentials of
learning. Mr. FreeIan's group assisted teachers
in finding things like movie projectors and
films. And also the library aides who help you
locate a book for a class which you really don't
A-V Aides Front: Mark Johnson, L-R: Julie Kingseed, Pami
LaFiowe, Deb Kayton, Cathy Silvey, Mr. Freelan, Linda
Roberts, Marty Eagle.
Office Assts. - L-R: Kay Keyton, Vicky Whiteman, Kitty Froelich
Mindy Butler, Jody Hummel, Anita Summers, Gayle Froelich
Book Store - L-R: Jo Moor, Linda Jones, Toni Mohr, Gwen Les
ley, Sharon Brown, Margie Yohn.
Library Aides - L-R: Nan Kreps, Tracy Perkins, Sandy Pendland
April Fox, Margie Yohn, Cathy Seagrave, Susan l-lackler.
Service Staffs Keep
Things Running Qmoothl
Truman Johnson, Bill Lamb, David Shoemaker.
The custodial and maintenance
staffs helped ensure a clean and
well taken care of school. Much
time was spent repairing and
cleaning, and it was appreciated
by all very much.
The kitchen staff also worked
very hard in making the shorter
lunch periods enjoyable.
A special note of thanks and
appreciation is extended to the
maintenance staff. The Aurora
regrets that no picture of Archie
Goldlngs crew was taken due to
scheduling problems. The work
done by this staff is greatly
appreciated by everyone at
Row 1: Shirley Ftund, Beulah Dryer. Martha
Armstrong, Shirley Frakes, Sue Summers,
Sh' I B tl
lea u er.
Row 2: Kathy Christie, Patricia Sonafrank,
Mary Smeltwr, Florence Edwards, Cleo Ball,
Madonna Conway, Sue Dryer, Edna Echel-
barger, Cmanagerj Steve Ball.
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your doors+ep always.
MR. AND MRS. NED HOROHO
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In doing, each day +ha'I' goes by.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. PERKINS
Congralulalions Marsha and lhe Class of '75!
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Besl wishes for much success
and happiness in your 'fulure endeavors.
LARRY AND ROSALIE CHILDS
We wish you every happiness and success in all
+ha'l' you do.
FROM YOUR FATHER AND MOTHER
Life is hard, by 'lhe yard:
Bul by +he inch, li'fe's a cinch!
Besl of luck always.
DAD AND LOIS HUNT
Good Luck +o each Senior in lhis silver anniversary
class and much happiness in 'lhe 'Fu'l'ure.
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From +his day forward,
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TV Club Gels Late Start
but Picks Up Quicklg
Although the TV Club was begun
--... late in the year, the young men
and women who worked on the
staff put much effort into the
project to make it a success.
Many long and dedicated hours
were spent in learning the basics
of television broadcast and
perfecting the knowledge they
had gained to produce the
weekly news over VVEHS, the
school's own television station.
Every Friday students in
classrooms turned to channel
two on the school's closed
circuit television sets and
.. TV Club - Row One: Tim Johnson, Richard Morris, Ken Estes, Nick Hipp, Jeff May, Mr. listened to the news of the Week
Raymond. Row Two: Greg Mathena, Mark Bardsley, Mike Roach, Mike Bardsley, Jeff d th . t t
Cook, Kim Brown, Debbie Morris. Row Three: Mark Lyons, Rusty Weaver, Lowell Parson, an e 'mpor an
John Rupert, Bill Rose, Duane Hoff, Roy Estes. gnnguncemenfg fgr the day,
Members of the TV staff could be
very proud of their
' A very tired Mark Bardsley trudges
T X Y tl . to another assignment as one of
the cameramen forthe TV staff.
PE Helpers - Front: Risa Lyons, Patty Shaw, Vickie Dryer, Margie Yohn,
Diana McGuire. Back: Andy Kistler, Barb Riddle, Debbie Flock, Ellen
Land, Len Hainlen.
A ' L
Adams, Glenna - 91. 81
Armstrong, Marty - 91
Ashcralt, Ray- 19, 29, 38. 41, 48, 75,
76, 91, 90
Ballard. Mike - 38,91
Barns, Daniel -91
Beachy, Daryl -36, 38, 91
Biddle, Myra - 91
Bollnger, Cindy - 91
Brown, Frank -36.37,38, 56.92, 82
Burton. Brent- 92
Butler, Shayne - 36,92
Cass, Mark -33, 56, 57, 92, 108
Cassts, Ramon - 92
Chase, James - 31,3B,4B, 76,92
Ch1lds,Jel1- aB,4a, 76,92
Clouser, Matt-20, 36, 38, 40, 93, 87
Cole, Winitred - 93
Combs, Debbie - 93, 108
Corsair, Brain - 93
Countryman, Dan- 19, 38, 76, 94, 83,
Cranor, Jell-76, 94, 81, 87
Davis. Cheryl-60, 94
Eagle, Marty- 19, 36, 37, 38, 75, 95.
Elarn, Mary - 77.95.87
Adams, Angela- 46, 76, 114
Alexander, Everett-31, 38, 78, 114
Armstrong, Don -114
Armstrong. Yvonne -
Bagley, Mike -114
Bannon, Barb - 26, 54, 114
Bartholomew, Dan - 56. 114
Beachy, Greg - 36.37, 114
Boucher, Robert - 1 14
Campbell, Randy - 56, 114
Carlile. Teresa- 75, 76, 86, 1 14
Chamness, Dennis -114
Clemans, T. Davld -32, 52. 76, 114
Coan, Elizabeth - 76,114
Cook, Dan -114
Cook, Danette -114
Dahl. Kenneth -114
Davis, Carol- 78, 84, 114
Davis, Chester - 80,114
Detamore, David - 82, 114
Dryer, Rrck - 78,114
Duncan, Jill -20, 33, 56, 75, 76, 77, 78,
Eades, Marsha- 1 14
Eagle. Dewayne-31, 44, 1 14
Eikenberry. Kim -54. 60, 75, 78, 115
Ellis, John -36,37,38.78,82,115
Etchison, Gary -31, 38, 115
Alexander, Ann - 81, 118
Alexander, Kris -46, 86, 118
Amos, Terry - 83,118
Badders, Vickie - 1 18
Bagwell, John - 20, 3-1, 38, 44
Bannon, Kay - 78,118
Bardsley, Mark-33, 35, 44, 76, 118
Bargerhuti. Susan - 20, 33, 46, 56, 76.
Baxter, JoAnn - 33,46,56,72,76,118
Baxter, Suzanne -33, 46, 56, 72. 76,
Beachy, Carey - 37,118
Beall, Debby - 60,118
Bess, Rhonda -118
Biddle, Jane - 60,18,118
Boucher, Pam - 68, 76, 118
Brough, Robin -118
Burton, Brad-44. 52, 71, 118
Butler, Dave -118
Farley, James-31. 38, 76, 95, 78
Flook, Debbie - 60. 77, 95, 86
Poland, Bruce - 36, 95
Froelich, Gayle- 19, 54, 60, 75, 95,
Geary, John - 31 , 38, 95, 82
Grant, Cary - 95, 84, B5
Hainlen. Len-36, 37, 38. 48, 96, 82
Hannah, Kevin - 38,96
Harper, Cami -54, 75, 96, 108
Harper, Steve - 75, 76, 96. 87
Harvey. Joe - 31. 96
Hemzman, James - 38,96
Hendicks, Thomas - 96,82
Hiatt, Connie - 96
Hobson. Liz - 97
Honeas. Dale - 97
Honeas, Rex - 31, 32, 97
Horoho, Pam-20, 33. 46, 75, 76, 97,
108. 81, 86, 87
Howell. Janet -60, 75, 98, 108
Hummel. Jody-46, 68, 98, 86, 144
Hunt, Debbie-68, 75, 76. 98
lmbler, Jo Ann - 33, 46. 75. 76. 98.
108, 78. 81
Johnson, Mark- 99, 87, 144
Jones, Mark - 99
Jllliils Robin -1-4 60 77 Q0 use or
Kemp, Pete-31, 36, 38, 99
Kendall, Robin - 37,38,99,108
King, Gary-38, 99
Kingseed. Julie-60, 75, 99, 81. 144
Kingseed, Terry - 36. 38, 41 , 48, 99, 82
Kistler, Andrew-35. 36. 30, 68, 100,
Krapt, Karen -46, 68, 75. 100, 81, 84
Lamb, Velda - 100
Land, Ellen -46, 56, 77. 100,78
Langiord, David -100
LaRowe,Pam1-14, 19.60, 75, 100, 90,
Lodge, Michele -100
Maple. Connie - 101
Massey, Rita - 101
Matchett, David - 38, 101, 82
McCammon. Nancy - 84
McCulley, Sandra- 75, 76, 77, 101,
McLochlin, Marsha - 20, 33, 46, 75, 76,
Middleton, Larry - 35, 76, 102
Miller, Cynthia -102
Mololno, Debbie -14, 103
Mossburg, Steve- 103
Nesb1t,Jel1- 20, 103
Oyler, Bethany- 19. 20, 33, 75, 76.
103 108, 78, 81
Fansler, John -83, 115
Foland, Eric - 31 , 32, 36. 37, 48, 115
Foreman, Karen -60, 78
Frakes, Beth - 76,115
Frakes, Russell- 115
Frazier, Jett - 31 , 32, 115
Fullord, Brenda - 77,78, 115
Glendenning, Greg -115
Graber,Jan1ce - 46,115
Gresley, Debbie - 60.81, 115
Guest, Robert- 1 15
Hackler. Susan - 75,76,115,144
Haines, Jack - 35,38,115
Hamilton. Pam - 78.84, 115
Harris. Mark -33, 56, 115
Hartman, Garry -115
Helton, Gloria - 78,115
Hewitt, Chuck - 38.78, 115
Horner, Stan - 38.44, 115
Hostetler, Vic - 83, 115
Howell, Michael -34, 35, 115
lmbler, Steve - 35
Jarrett, Joan - 33,56,78,115
Johnson, Pam - 76,115
Johnson, James -115
Kaullman, Seth - 83,115
Kendall, Joanne-46, 75, 76, 86, 115
Keyton, Deb- 75,78.86,l15,144
King, Michael -44, 116
Kistler. Julie - 33,116
Cass. Steve - 56,118
Childs, Kent - 1 18
Clark, Mike -32,35,118
Cook, Jeff - 1 18
Copp, Steven -31, 78, 119
Corsair, Gary -119
Cowley. Elizabeth -119
Cranor. Paula-20, 63, 76, 82, 119
Davis, Brenda - 46, 60, 84, 119
Dobson, Cheyl - 1 19
Dryer, Vickie - 6O,78.119
Dunlap, Kenny -119
Duvall, Criss -119
Echelbarger, Bret-52, 80, 119
Edwards, Sandra - 76, 78, 86, 119
Ellis, Steve -44,119
Farley, Mike-44. 78, 119
Farrer, Joe --119
Fights, Anna - 78,119
Fights, Marilyn- 77.78,119
Flook, Larry -44,52.119
Kublcek, Keith - 33, 56, 116
Lamb, Luann - 76,116
Lann1ng,Jul1e - 60.76.116
LantZ,Je11- 20, 37, 83, 116
Lantz, Jon - 78, 116
Larison. Joel -80
Lawson, Kim - 31 , 44, 82, 116
Lesley. Dan - 82.83116
Marner, Brent-31, 32, 48, 116
Marr, Perry -116
Mason, Judy-33, 54, 78. 82, 116
McCalment, James - 75, 78, 81. 87,
McCombs, Joyce - 60
McKinney, Reed - 20,37,82,116
Mlddlesworth, Judy -60. 76, 86. 116
Middleton, Becky-46, 75, 76, 116
Miller, Beth - 75. 116
M1lIer,Marcla -26, 54, 75, 116
Miller, Rick - 83, 116
Miller, Susan -116
Molino, Kerry - 76,82,116
Moor, Jo Ann - 78,80.116.144
Moorman, Philip - 78, 116
Morris, Hank -
Morris, Tina -116
Myers, Anthony - 38,117
Perkins, Tracey - 60, 117, 144
Fox, April- 78,119,144
Froelich, Kitty- 20. 54, 60, 119,
Fullorcl, Karen-68, 78, 119
Garr. John -83
Graves, Phillip -119
Greene, Brent-31, 52. 119
Gresley, Kevin -119
Hackler, Bob- 56,72,119
Harden, Jane- 14, 76, 78, 119
Harlan, Thomas -119
Harper, Scott- 33,35,37,44,78,119
Himes, Tim- 119
Holi, Duane -33, 56, 120
Holman, Chris - 44,80,12O
Horn, Sherry - 33,78,84,12O
Parker, Carroll- 103
Patterson. Janette- 19. 20, 33, 46, 75,
76, 103, 78,81
Perkins, John - 31. 103
Petty, Phillip-35, 76, 104, 87
Pittman, James- 104
Purvis, Dennis- 104
Renbarger, Charles -31, 32, 75. 104,
Biddle. Barb - 75,104,81
R1ggs,Robln -38, 104, 108
Riley, Brad - 36.38104
Roseberry, Judi- 77, 104
Scott. Julie - 105
Scott, Terry -105
Seagrave, Cathy- 77, 105, 144
Seagrave, Terry- 19, 75, 76. 78, 87,
Stahl, Suzanne - 84, 85, 106
Thurmond,Mal1nda - 75, 106
Ward, Rick -106
Weir, Anne -68. 75, 76, 81, 86, 107
Wh1teman,Vickie-75, 77, 107, 108,
Winger, Brad - 20, 31 , 36, 38. 40, 48,
Yeagley, Carl- 107
Pontius, Jerry - 32.37,117
Redmon, Frances - 76
Rees, Jane- 76.82.117
Rile,R1ck - 38.117
Roberts, Linda- 117. 144
Roseberry, Tom- 14, 31, 38, 78. 82,
Sartarn, Julie - 77,117
Schaeler, Debra - 1 17
Shane, Chuck- 31. 37, 1 17
Shifflett, Wanda - 77, 117
Shrock, Kathy -117
Simpson. Steve - 117
Smith, Janet- 78,84,117
Smith, Trrlby - 77,7B,117
Sparlrng, Ray - 32, 117
Stltes, Kayla - 1 17
Streavel, Tract- 13, 75. 78, 84, 85, 117
Summers. Jonetta -117
Taylor, Tim -117
Turner, Deborah -117
Utterback, Nancy - 68.76, 117
Vallosia. Debra-75, 76. 86, 117
Yohn, Margaret- 117, 144
Young, Kent-32, 33, 56, 117
Horohc, Tami- 76, 78, 86, 120
Howell, Kevin - 83, 120
Jarvis, Melody - 60, 120
Jetieries, Ann -120
Jetteries, Alan -120
Jones, Linda - 120, 144
Jones, Sandy- 60,77,12O
Kalata, Dannette - 60. 120
Karns, George- 120
Keller, Jack -120
King, Cheryl- 78,120
Kang, Cynthia - 75, 120
King, Dave -120
Kingseed, Jim - 48. 120
Kommans, Teresa - 76, 120
Kreps, Gayle - 76,78,81,120
Lantz, Debbie - 76.86, 120
Lesley, Debbie -120
Leslie, Gwendolyn -120, 144
Lloyd. Tammy - 60, 86. 120
Lockhart, Terri -33. 56, 76, 78, 86, 120
Long, Rachel -86, 120
Lorenz. Marvin - 31.32, 120
Lyons, Risa -46. 60, 120
Marine, Chris - 37, 120
Maroney, Dana - 54, 55, 76, 120
Mathena, Greg - 75, 76, 120
Matthews. Rhonda - 77, 120
McGuire, Diana -33, 46, 56, 60, 76.
McL0chlir1, Bill - 35, 37, 44, 52, 71, 120
McOuiston, Kyle - 20, 31, 38, 44, 121
Middlesworth, Myra -46, 56, 78, 121
Molino, Susie -60,77,121
Miller, Michelle - 33, 54, 55, 121
Morris, Debbie - 121
Moxley. Jim -121
Ailor, Terri- 60. 76, 123
Alexander, Jean - 60, 123
Amos, Marlene -123
Bagwell, Bart -56. 76. 123
Barley. Sandy -123
Bates, Connie - 46, 76. 123
Barrnelt, Michelle -123
Beachy. Doug -123, 125
Beebe, Dayle - 125
Bennett, Patti- 76. 123
Bowland, Kathy - 60, 123
Brewer, Mark -123
Brinson, Kathy - 123
Brooks, Jett - 76, 123
Brown, Kim -46, 76, 123
Brubaker, Kim - 46.60, 79, 123
Callis, Brad - 20, 123
Cheek, Tim -123,125
Clark, Susan - 56, 123
Cogdell, Kirk - 32,52,123, 124
Corder, Brian - 20, 123
Cox, Jell - 124
Courtney, Dale -124
Dahl, Rhonda -124
Davin, John - 79
Davis. Crissie - 124
Davis, George -124
DeWitt, Dustin - 44, 52. 76, 124
Dowden, Tonya -124
Downs, Mike - 76, 124
Acord, Tammy- 133, 79, 143
Adams, Paula -133, 79, 143
Aerne, David -133, 132
Archer, Margaret- 133
Armstrong, Kim- 133, 79, 132, 143
Barnett, Stacy - 133, 53
Baxter, Leonard -133
Beachy, Anthony- 133
Belt, Arthur- 133
Blair, Robert- 133, 45. 142
Blankenship, Jim- 133, 45, 142
Bowen, Teresa- 133
Bowman, Laura- 133
Brown, Sharon- 133, 144
Burton, Shari - 133, 55, 79, 143
Butler, Mindy -133, 144
Campbell, Sandra -133
Cardwell, Beth- 138, 79, 142, 143
Caner, Timothy - 133, 45. 53, 132
Christie. Pam -133, 142
Cogdell, Douglas- 133, 45
Conklin, Demilia -133
Cook, Susan -133, 79, 143
Crabtree. Shirley- 133
Crull, Nancy -133
Davis, Angela -133, 79, 143
Davis, Rick -133, 45. 53
DeRossette, Arcella- 133, 79, 143
DeWitt, Diedra-133, 79, 142, 143
Dillon, Rhonda- 133, 79, 143
Dunn, Susan -133
Eikenberry, David -133,415.53
Enyarl. Judy- 133. 79, 143
Alexander. Carol- 136
Ashburn, Kim -136
Myers. Raymond - 83, 121
Novinger, Ed - 48, 121
Padiield, David - BO. 121
Pendland, Sandy- 81,121, 144
Penrod, Rick - 44,121
Powell, Katrina - 76, 81 , 121
Purvis, Rick- 121
Reed, Mark- 121
Reed, Robin - 78, 121
Renbarger, Galen - 82. 83. 121
Roach, Mike- 121
Roach, Pam - 60,76,84,121
Robbins, Jett - 121
Rose, Bill- 33, 44. 56. 121
Roseberry, Tim - 121
Rowe, Linda - 60,77,121
Rupert. John -121
Sagarsee, Barb - 121
Sandlin, Joe- 121
Scott, James- 121
Seagrave, Cindy - 60, 122
Seagrave, Rick- 122
Seekell, Sherry - 86, 122
Shane. Doug -122
Shaw, Patty - 46, 78, 122
Smith, Danny -122
Soots. Susanna - 46, 122
Smith, Jerry - 52,122
Smiin. Many -35, aa, 122
Sommers, Sharon - 76, 78, 122
Dryer, Rhonda 46, 47. 60, 124
Duncan, Tami- 33.56, 76, 124
Eagle, Gaylon -20,-14, 52. 123, 124
Eagle, Greg - 44.52, 124
Echelbarger, Robin - 55, 76. 124
Eikenberry, Cynthia - 20, 55, 79, 124
Estes. Roy - 80, 124
Etchison, Terry - 40.52, 123, 124
Fennell, Tim - 44,124
Poland, Brenda - 124
Frakes. Dianne-46, 76, 124
Freelan, Lori- 124
Geary, Jell - 124
Graber. Maurice - 124
Gray. Susan - 79, 124
Harper, Greg - 38, 79. 52. 124
Hernzman. William - 44, 123, 124
Helton, Don - 124
Helton - 76,124
Hendricks, John - 56, 124
Henry, Connie- 124
Hensler, Brent- 76, 86. 124
Hensley, Edgar - 32. 79, 124
Himes, Patricia - 79, 125
Hlpp, Chris - 52, 125
Horner, Traci- 76, 125
Hudson. Bonita- 125
Jarrett, Tony - 32. 125
Jetleries. Joan - 76, 125
Jelleries. John - 76, 125
Johnson, Kathy - 46, 76, 125
Justice. Mark - 83. 125
Kaullman, Rebecca -125
Kimmel,Jawar1da - 78.79, 125
King, Randy -125
Kingery, Mike- 76,7B,79,125
Klstler. Cindy -125
Kubicek, Todd - 56, 125
Lamb, DeWayne - 52. 125
Lane. Vanessa- 125
LaRowe, Rex - 44. 52, 76, 125
Long, Mark - 52. 125
Marner, Patty - 46, 56, 125
Marsh, Scott- 56, 72, 125
Martin, Jelt - 52, 76, 125
Malhena, Mike - 76, 125
May. Jell - 76,813,125
McCain, Mark- 125
McClish, Barb- 126
Moredock, Mike -126
Morris, Ernie -126
Mugg, Tami -55, 76. 79. 126
Myers, Mike - 38, 52, 126
Northcutt, Gene - 44, 52, 1'26
Oyler, LeAnne - 20, 55, 76.78, 79, 126
Padgett, Virginia - 126
Patton. Lou Ann -126
Patuzzr, Tom- 126
Pendland, Rhonda - 60, 76, 86. 126
Penrod, Tim - 52. 126
Perkins, Roger -126
Picklesimer, Marsha - 60, 126
Estes. Kenneth - 133
Farrell, Robert- 133,45
Farrer, Lynna - 134
Fighta, Merlin - 134
Gibson, Melinda- 134, 79, 132, 143
Gunter, Lori- 134, 55, 79, 132, 143
Hackler, Carolyn - 134, 79, 143
Hamilton, Jellrey -134
Hannah, Charles- 134, 45
Harmon, Nancy - 79, 143
Hendrix, Brian -134, 132
Hensler, Janine -134,142
Henry, Alvenia- 134
Hiatt, Mike -134,142
Holi, Brian - 134, 45
Jarvis, Vernon -134
Johnson, Jody -134, 79, 143
Johnson, Shirley -134
Johnson, Tim- 134, 142
Johnson, William - 134, 45
Julius, Penny -134,79,143
Karns, Anthony- 134
Keller, Kimberly -134,79, 143
Keyton, Kay - 134
King, Fred - 45,134
King. Robin -134,79,132,142,143
Kingseed, Rita -134,79,143
Kreps, Kenny- 134, 53, 142
Kubicek, Joel- 134
Kuhn, John - 45, 134,53
Kuhn, Karen -134
Lamb, Christina -134, 79, 143
Lamb, Sheri- 134, 79, 148
Land, Lyle - 45, 134, 53
Lane, Teresa- 134, 79, 143
Little, Sid -134, 142
Lorenz. Lloyd - 45. 134
Lumn. Lori- 134, 79, 143
Lyons, Mark -45,134
Marr, Cathy- 134
Mast. Brian -134, 53
McCombs, Rick -134.53142
McKlbbln, Lisa- 134, 79, 143
Middlesworth, Gary - 45, 134, 53
Manley, John -134
Mohr, Tonia- 134, 55, 144
Molock. Susan -134,753,143
Moredock, Jodie -134,79.143
Morris, Richard -134
Murphy, Daniel -45, 134. 53, 132
Myers, Cathy- 134, 142
Myers, Tracy -134, 79, 143
Nester, John -134
Nichols, Jim -134,142
Parker, Richard -134
Patton, Barbara -134, 79, 143
Perkins, Michael -45. 135
Poling, Sally- 135, 79, 142, 143
Powell. Larry fvinceb- 1 35, 79, 143
Rash. Randy - 135
Rite. Bradley -135
Robbins, Beth -135
Roberts, Sherri - 135, 55, 79, 143
Roe, Penny -135
Rogers. Ann - 135. 79. 143
Roush. Cregg - 45. 135. 53
Sullivan, Mike -44
Summers, Anita - 33, 46, 56, 122, 144
Sumner. Anita -122
Sumner, Kirk- 122
Treber, Charles - 20.37, 38, 44, 52.
Wagner, Michelle - 56, 122
Ward, Judy - 60,122
Weaver, Amy - 60, 77, 122
Whaley, Jett- 122
Whiteman, Karen -122
Williams, Richie - 82. 122
Veagley. Therese - 46, 86, 122
Pierson, Rebecca -46, 76, 126
Powell, Kathryn - 76, 126
Rayls, Gala -126
Redmon. Jerry - 126
Rees, Chris- 126
Renbarger, Jim - 126
Reynolds, Charlotte - 46.56, 127
Riggs, Nancy - 76, 127
Riley, Beth - 79, 127
Rund, Philip - 52. 127
Scott, Eldon -127
Shatter, Kurt -127
Shi11let, Kathy - 77, 127
Spees, Randy - 56. 127
Stephenson, Ban - 52, 127
Stepler, John - 44, 127
Summers, Brent- 127
Taylor, Barb - 79, 127
Taylor, Rick- 127
Teter. Kathy - 20. 127
Voorhis, Mark -44,52,127
Warner, Nancy -127
Weaver, Andrew - 44, 83, 127
Weir. Melinda - 76, 127
Wilcox, Terry -127
Wray, Bob - 20.44.127
Rydstrom, Roberta - 135
Sagarsee, Paticia - 135
Sartain, Joe -135, 53
Schaeler, Linda -135, 79, 143
Seagraves. Joe- 135
Shatter, Karen -135,79, 143
Sheridan, Jell-45, 135. 142
Shitllett, Kenneth - 45, 135
Shollner, Sharon- 135, 79, 143
Shrader, Dominio -135
Silvey, Curt -135,53
Slusher, Catherine - 135
Smith, Greg -135, 142
Smith, Larry- 135, 53, 142
Smith, Tony- 135, 80
Smith, Vivian -135
Sommers, Daymon - 135
Sommers,Rheta-135, 79, 142, 143
Spangler, Susan- 135, 79. 142, 143
Steele, Robin -135, 79, 143
Stout, Rick -45, 135. 53
Symons, Jim- 135, 142
Trott, Merideth - 55
White, Glen - 135, 53
While, Jim -135
Williams, Matt-45, 135, 53, 142
Wright, Michael -45. 135
Wrightsman, Paul- 135
Yeagley, Georgia - 135
Yeagley, Robert -135
Ashcralt, Laura- 136 Bagwell, Carol- 136 Bardsley, Mike- 136, 45, 53, 142
Badders, Charles -136 Bailey, Kim -136, 142 Barnes, Lori- 136
Bartholomew, Mark -136
Belt, Brian - 136. 45, 53
Bennett, Randy - 136, 142
Birdsong, Lon - 136
Brornsen, Mark - 136
Bottoms, Julre -136
Brown, Judy- 136
Brauneller. Richard - 136, 45
Brrnson, Shannon -136
Brooks. Kim-136, 142
Brough, Randall- 136. 45
Brubaker. Krystal- 136, 142
Burnette, Troy -136. 53
Burton. Melanie - 136
Cassrs. Mitzi - 136
Chournard, Robin -136
Christy. Harlan -136
Cordor, Terry - 136, 53
Cronan. Pam -136
Dahl, Pamela -136
Davin, JoEllen -136
Davis, Peggy -136
Dill, Roger- 136, 45, 53
Duncan. Todd - 136. 45
Eades. Ava - 136
Eagle, Steven - 136. 45
Francis, Michelle - 137
Acord. Leon -139
Adams, Teresa - 139
Auten, Mike -139
Badders, Randall- 139
Bagley. Sandra -139
Beachy. John - 139
Behny, Mark -139
Blankenship, Randy- 139, 142
Bohnke. Dianne - 139
Bolrnger, Kay -139
Bolton, Justin -139
Brown. Tracy -139
Brumley, Rhonda- 139, 142
Burget, Stacy -139
Burnette, Brian -139
Callus, Sharon -139, 132
Christie, Brian -139,132, 142
Collett, Robert- 139
Cook, Kyle -139,142
Cox, Augusta -139
Cox. Tom - 139
Crabtree, Roscoe- 139. 142
Cravens. Sandra -139
Custer, Mark -139
Custer, Marla -139,142
Davis, Beverly - 139
Davis. Edward -139
Dean. Beth Ann -139
DeWitt, Michelle - 139. 142
Dillon. Brenda -139
Dowden, Deborah -139
Mr Bennrngholt-71.81, 128
Mr Berryman - 68. 69
Miss Carter- 87, 128
Mr Clair - 53
Mr Crow- 38.45.128
Mr. Dedaker -27. 36, 37, 38. 5
Mrs Dillon - 20.128
Mr Fetlug - 82
Mr Flodder - 82
Mr Frakes -62,9O,128
Band - 76 - 77
Band, Middle School- 143
Biology - B6
Bales. Kathy- 132
Bolrnger, Bnan - 132
Eades, Linda -132
Edwards, Janice -132
Gaskin. Brigitte- 137
Geary, Cindy -137, 142
Graber, Cynthia -137
Grant. Cathy -137
Gray, Terri- 137
Grrtlrth, Brian -137
Guest, Jettrey - 137,53
Hackenbracht. Carl - 137, 45. 132
Hamilton. Brian - 137. 53
Harlan, Joel- 137, 45
Hartley. Vicki - 137
Harvey, Todd- 137. 45, 53, 142
Hellin, Jenny -137, 132, 142
Hendricks, Chester - 137, 45
Hendrix, Paul- 137, 45, 53
Hensler, Bruce -137
Hill. Dean- 137. 45.53
Hrpp. Nick - 137, 53, 142
Holman, Annie -137
Honeas, Debbie - 137
Horn, Stanley- 137, 45, 53
Howey, Steven - 137
Johnson, Paul - 137
Keith. Dennis-137,45. 53
Kilgore. Chris -137
Kimmel. Gary - 137,45
Krstler. Matthew - 137. 45, 53
Krapl, Thomas- 137 '
Kublcek. Rebecca -137
Lamb. Donna -137
Lawson, Dan - 137. 45
Lesley, Susan -137
Lloyd. Connie -137
Lockhart, Natalie- 137, 142
Lorenz. Sheryl- 137
Loveland. Artie -137
Marine. Jon - 137, 45, 53
Marner. Edward -137, 45, 53
Martin, Lisa -137,132
Mast, Myra -137
Matchett. Cecilia -137
May, Kathy- 137. 142
Miller, Rich -137,45, 53
Miller, Sandra -137
Mohler, Jane- 137, 142
Murphy, Ginger- 137
Myers, Connie -137
Myers, Donald -137
Myers, Lyle- 137. 45, 53
Northrngton. Deidre -137
Parker, Rodney - 45, 138
Penrod, Jennller -138
Pickett. Bruce -138
Powell, Amelia -138. 132
Powell. Wayne -138. 53
Ragan, Carmen -138
Reed, Darrell -45, 138,53
Reed, Ron -138, 45. 53
Duncan. Tam-139. 142
Duncan. Tonya - 139. 142
Echelbarger, Conde -139, 132
Edwards, John -139,142
Ellington, Ronald -139
Estes, Kathy -139
Fansler, Joanna -139
Fights, Cathy -140
Foland, Kurtis - 140
Fondenberger, Bernadette - 140
Frazier. Linda -140
Freelan, Julie - 140, 132
Gaskrn, Troy -140
Gillespie, Randy -140
Gregory, Tim -140
Gresley. Sue -140
Hackler, Richard - 140, 142
Hainlen. Chris -140
Harnlen, Jed -140
Harris, Sarah -140,142
Harvey. Linda -140, 142
Hendrix, Mike -140
Henry, Craig -140, 142
Hill, Sandy -140
Holt, Mark -140
Hoover, Gary -140
Horoho, Kerry -140
Howell, Marvin -140
Jenlvns, Mark -140
Jenkins, Sara -140, 132, 142
Mr Freelan - 63
Mr Funderberg -128
Mr Emmett Herr-31, 38, 48
Mr Ralph Herr- 56, 57
Mr Hubbard - 67, 128
Miss Joyce - 71
Mrs Krmmerling -86, 128
Miss Krstler - 46, 56. 57, 128
Mr Long -67,128
Miss Markwrth -128
Choir - 78 - 79
Choir, Middle School- 142
Johnson, Kevin -140
Jones, Terri- 140
Kalata, Mike- 140
Krlgore, Lori- 14O
Kimmel, Anita -140
King, Joan -140
Klstler. Bruce -140
Kubrcek, Chris -140
Lamb, Mark -140
Lawson, Raymond -140
Lee, Wayne- 140
Lodge, Marcia -140
Lorenz, Dayle- 140
Lyons. Matthew- 140
Marine, Teresa -140
Miekleson, Michelle -140, 142
Moredock. Gary - 140. 142
Morris. Kim -140,142
Mugg. Scott - 140
Myers. Terry- l4O
Nichols, Kathy -140.142
Perry, Jamie - 140
Powell, Jell- 140. 132, 142
Prince, Paula -140
Riley, Phil - 135
Robbins, Rick -140
Ross, Bill- 141, 142
Roush, Caren -141,142
Mrs McClamroch - 129
Mrs Mrddlesworth - 60. 90. 129
Mr Myers - 73, 129
Mr Nicholson - 53
Mrs Nicholson - 84, 129
Mr Patterson - 35, 36, 37, 38, 45, 48,
Mr Raymond-87, 129. 162
Mr, Rice- 14, 27, 31, 38, 52, 63, 129
Mr Rich - 75. 83
Home Ec - 60 - 61
Honor Society - 75
E CIUD- 27 lndustrialArts-82
FBLA - 68 Newspaper - 81
GM-46-47 sci-Main -87
Edwards. Joyce - 132
Henry, Mary -132
Johnson, Judi - 132
Johnson. Linda -132
Neal. Steve -132
Seekell, Mark- 132
Shoemaker, Chris -132
Scott. Armeda- 138
Shannonhouse, Edward - 138, 45
Shaw, Rick - 138, 45
Simpson, John - 138. 45
Singleton, Sherry - 138
Smith. Jean -138
Smith. Rita - 138, 142
Smith. Vincent- 138
Soots, Dayle -138
Stephenson, Brian - 45, 138. 53
Stlner. Patrick- 138
Sullivan, Mark- 138. 45, 53, 142
Taylor. Delrna -138. 132
Taylor. Regina - 138
Vrnt, Kenneth -138, 45. 53
Weaver, Rusty- 138. 45, 142
Whiteman, Lisa -138
Wilkerson, Teresa - 138
Wilson, Jody - 45,138
Wines. Julie -142
Wise, Mike- 138, 45. 53
Wright, Thomas - 138
Wynck. Annie -138
Zimmerman, Shaun -138
Zook, Keith -138,45,53, 132
Rydstrom, Becky- 141
Sagarsee. Shannon - 141. 142
Seagrave, Scott- 141
Seekell, Christine -141
Seekell. Danny -141
Shatter, Sharon -141
Shepherd, Jon -141
Shrock, Brian -141
Sims, Dana -141,142
Smeltzer, Susan -141
Sommers, Dale- 141, 142
Spracllrng, Jeanine- 141, 142
Steele. Kelly -141
Stephenson, Nancy- 141
Swisher, Tim -141,142
Taylor, Larry- 141
Teter. Karen -141
Trussel. Tammy -141
Vallosta, Kim -141. 142
Wagner. Melinda -141, 142
Ward, Kenny- 141
Whiteman, Don -141
Wilkerson. Debbie -141
Wilson, Theresa -141
Wrrghtsman, Christopher -141
Yockey, Mary Ann -141
Mrs Schater- 129
Mr Shrock - 62
Mrs Smith - 73
Mr Stahl-70, 80, 129
Mr Steiner- 76. 142
Mrs. Waymlre - 67. 72
Mrs Wernke - 66, 129
Mr. Whorwell - 76
Mr, Wise - 69,129
Student Council- 20 - 21
Student Council. Middle School-
TV Club - 162
Yellblock - 26
Waddelow, Betty - 132
Wise, Mike -132
Wise. Tony -132
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The annual would like lo thank all those who worked so hard on the yearbook this
year Also, a special note ol thanks to Mr and Mrs Fred Jenkins and Cary Grant lor
all their help and cooperation
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Change was the word that symbolized the beginning
of the 74-75 school year. A new principal brought
new ideas. Stricter enforcement of school rules,
shorter lunch periods and rearranged schedules
added to the confusion at first. But soon everything
fell into order. A 10-O football record was a source of
school pride and more rivalry felt toward old foes.
The band's achievements were another highlight of
the year. The 25th graduating class ended their yea
with a bang, but afterward, silence reigned over ser
ior hall. Some may think the seniors were taking at
out, but actually they were taking an in. Entering intc
the world to make their own way in life.
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