Edison High School - Torch Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

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Qiave seen fdlisses afolne and go I seen children grow into I ,ing men and women. I have been their guiding lighlwirgitghgglut the years, always aiming at per- fected goals. I have presided over all their activities, allowing my light to direct them and my warmth to comfort them. I stand by in the glory of success and in the despair of failure, always waiting for others to take me up and rekindle my flame. I am forever ready to serve that school which I represent and those whose outstretched hands be- seech that I should once again glow brightly. I am the strength and the hope of a school whose students have added to my power year after year until I have become the most brilliant flame of all. r 1 . 214 fewest! . at at N1 s skate? K QQ' is t i 1 if v Ss, is nn t . :ti fi ' A X 5 I "Lb g:Q4'..+ 5? I A W 'W' 'A - .. 'Bib i li Q' ',.f- 1 'V' 1, f- 'W v '- f." H ,M -1 N li? " I V f A - V ,sq . L," -5, ,Q . 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Edison students take Since 1955, when Edison Junior High was opened, and 1957, when the senior high was formally dedicated, Edison has become a school of unprecedented accomplishments. ln its twelfth year, the total enrollment was 3,067. The addi- tion of a twenty-five room wing has provided students with an opportunity to prepare themselves for further education. In addition to this academic expansion, Edison's beautiful forty-acre campus has provided the location for many ac- tivities-civic, athletic, and cultural. Because of its excel- lent facilities and its students, outstanding performance, Edison has become a leader in the community. The dark green hue of the evergreen trees makes a beautiful contrast with the buff brick of Edison High School all the year 'round. X X f wg' wr-vzwffwffa Y VH ff 5 ...-'JN ax mx The portico in front of the building pro- Mrs. James' smile reflects the happiness she feels over the typing lab in the new wing. vides shelter in the rain, and shade from the sun. pride in their school. in-1:1 A it ,, . f '2 i I A, y ,.i. A X i A newly-fallen snow enhances the beauty of Edisonis courtyard. ,K ,,, ,,,, ff. riii t , Decorations for the Edison-Memorial game adorn a hallway in the new wing and The open doors of the senior high school symbolize the mirror our school spirit. friendliness of Edison students. E l l Regardless of their surroundings, the Torch staff is always ready to meet a deadline. Members are Barbara Romero, Sharon Andress, Vicki Mc- Nickle, Cindy .Piland, Lynn Moore, Nancy Pratt, David Petta, Steve Ogier, ,lean Wright, Bill McKee, Betty Sipes, Arthur Fox, Raymond Rose, Stan Symanskl. Brent Davis, Dorothy Spleth, and Chris Cramer. Standing is Mr. Jim Smith, sponsor. Kay Bogie realizes the importance of energetic study during her senior year at Edison. When a dedicated and stimulating faculty is combined with a student body eager to learn and willing to work, the result is a record of consistent academic excellence. Our teachers are well-grounded and deeply interested in their fields, and their enthusiasm is contagious. From them, the student gains not only facts but knowledge, and understanding as well as information. Textbook material is richly supplemented by lectures and further exploration in class discussion, thus faculty-student con- tacts are close, and all learn from one another. Edison students have always compiled an enviable record of academic achievement. ,.,.n-- Cerry Rich, Jill Lambeth, Linda Selman, Barbara Murray and John Sieler visit France vicariously in Mrs. Griffin's class. Interested students listen attentively to Mrs. Cole in the humanities class, a new course offered at Edison. i- f I I ' A 1 3 t F' ff , Students in Mr. MeArthur's class listen as a reply is made to Frank Harrison's question concerning current events. Dili ence in studies . '11 , if i Mr. Larry Alexander, history teacher and senior class spon- sor, provides many interesting lectures for his classes. Q lIlSl1I'CS SUCCESS. . iiimbmm t WMM ' 'N'-m.,,,M aaa, H! ,,W.,i,WMw p '7"'frv-w. MQ ff National Merit Semi-Finalists are Row 1: Candy Borland, Sharon Andress, Dihby Young, Greta Minskyg Row 2: David Krumme, Robert Ror- schach, Gene Brown, Steve Readg Row 3: Danny Hoar, John Danner, Kip Stacy. Not pictured are John Ratliff, George Singer and Bill Sparks. , 5 FM, iff, 113 Q 1-,Ll " N -' MQ ,,, Wg- 93" Q - M1 if Y ' ' P A Y x ,, s 4 ' v-, Q. Q- M. W "D 3 Y 1 ' 'F - .-" w.--vdnzgm . ---. ., --. V I ,qgmfa-f-51-fsf,15, ' . 'iff . Q, Qgwjf A Q , My m,A.1.. 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May, John Berry, Steve Grimes and Craig Moody. o o . 1' I " ..-' N , - 9 i . V, I ,.. 'ff x i e t .f 't X f 5 J, .alr y ga I ,, I iff "-, , f t ' l v y 'W 6 ,lr Ml The courtyard provides a pleasant setting for Edison art students, John Rohr, Gerry Westby, .lerry O'Neil, Edward Schempf, Jane Hawkins, Becky Graves, Mary Lou Mungen, Sandy Bodley, Janice Smart and Nicki Kincaide. w 'WW V W QM ,aw 54 in v , X ff-55' 'Q Y .1 1' 'QSM 2- 1,1 is '?i 5,52 Wim 1' I r,,-w'1g?3 ' fo. vw Q , , ,R Q hi-2jjv,f ,H E A r fb , ., V ,. , , -,gs , 15511 . -ij!-5 A ,X -. 1r.4mw , '2A7.'HgY 1:2-egsegzig K: ' ' 3 as Qg, 22 -VQ','f:wY,3ff'f'SX'-' 'L . kg-1'?gw2 a ,Qajfvw w p -,QMAS 'N V. -.w1fy1b'kv.- 1 - L ,. ,Ms 5 A I S n 1 , . ,fzzw - . . Q,1.w:w'.?w4,f.f . - , ,,.x,, 0 ,mf ix 1,3 , , H ,. 1, ff 'Sp - . 9' ,i,,i,L,.2,5,,,, M , vb as ,, 4 'neg W' e,.s'4' Q 'ff .4 . ,HQ- , 4, ,V I Aciiniw -leaf '-tl.. m gi ,QS d eirvl ' ' ,525-5 .1 012. 41? 3. xi , XX. 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'R .K Our principal, Mr. Lewis Cleveland, is a familiar figure in the halls and classrooms of Edison. Much more than an able administrator, he is deeply concerned with students as individ- uals. He is always receptive to new ideas and is willing to experiment with new methods and techniques, if they seem likely to improve the educative processes of Edison. His years as prin- cipal have been years of progress for the school, and Edison has gained national recognition for academic achievement. Mr. Cleveland is a prominent figure in com- munity affairs, having served as vice-president of the Southside Rotary Club and as president of the Secondary School Principals, Association. A member of Phi Delta Kappa, he has been an active participant in the work of the Oklahoma Education Association and the National Educa- tion Association. His leadership abilities have been recognized by his church, which he has served in many capacities. As a good citizen, lVlr. Cleveland ranks high, because he accepts respon- sibility and performs admirably. Students at Edison recognize Mr. Cleveland as a genuine friend. His belief in freedom with responsibilities has produced an atmosphere con- ducive to development of true democratic con- cepts. We at Edison strongly believe lVlr. Cleveland has more than earned the deep respect we offer him. We may say of our principal what he, with great pride, has so often said of us: that he, in every sense of the word, is 'tanother Edison cfirstif, Our principal willingly counsels several senior boys. Always behind Mr. Cleveland is his staunchest supporter, his wife, Elizabeth. . A ' - -I . rg S Mr. Cleveland takes a moment from his busy schedule to pose near the fresco at the Sinclair Research Laboratory. Dr. Charles C. Mason. who has served as Super- intendent of the Tulsa Public Schools since 19444 has, through diligent and efficient service, raised the Tulsa schools to a new standard of excellence. For the last twelve years, Dr. Mason has accepted for the Tulsa schools the National Freedom Foun- dation Award for the teaching of citizenship and democracy in the schools. Ninety-nine schools and over 77,000 students are under his supervision. Be- sides his excellent worlc as chief administrator of the Tulsa school system, Dr. Mason also acts as executive officer of the Tulsa Board of Education. Tulsaas Board of Education is composed of seven members, elected for three-year terms to establish and carry out school policies. These members are civic-minded citizens who further the aims of edu- cation and serve without remuneration. Keeping the curriculum of the schools up-to-date is one of the Boardis many duties. It also strives to coordinate the schools and keep them working toward common goals. lt is constantly in contact with hundreds of school administrators and representatives, yet it manages to keep a personal touch as it guides the students of public schools to greater achievement. Board of Education William L Butler Lahman D Tones Mrs. Ridge Bond President Vzce Preszdent Carl C Beesley Mrs V1r il O Wood Robert J. Riggs, Jr. Mrs. Opal Carllson The Education Service Center, located at 31st and New Haven, is a modern structure promoting modern education. Adult education for the welfare of children and youth is the purpose of the Parent-Teacher Association. This na- tional organization was founded in 1897 and now has a membership of over l2,000,000 working for the betterment of education. The P-TA at Edison serves as the public re- lations medium for the school and strives to coordinate its activities with those of surrounding schools. Guidance counselors assist each student in selecting a high school curriculum, a major field of study, and a university best fitted to his personality, interests, and capabilities. They are sincerely interested in the personal problems of students, and work long hours to guide each one individually. P.T.A. officers are, from left to right: delegate, Mrs. William B. Davis, treasurer, Mrs. James H. McGoweng secretary, Mrs. Forrest S. Romerog vice president, Mrs. Quinton B. Speegleg president, Mrs. Carl M. White. fa., ,not gf-M, -14: Sgr" , Members of the Edison counseling staff are seated from left to right: Charlene Clark, Zoe White, Russell Rathjens, Sarah Burkhart, Sydney Powell, ,lerrel Beller, and Standing, George Fowler, Don Hoopert, and Richard Cox. 23 x fi fl 1, li if Sarah Burkhart, Ashley Alexander, Richard Cox, and Bill McPeters are a few of our talented faculty members who work with local music groups. is 'V ' A - lv .,. L B, 1 gr at B t I Jennye Ables English Lewis Ayres Biology Versatility and efficiency fwq, 'MAD- ' , Neil Barker Oklahoma History Dean of Boys K2nd Semester! Corene Adams Wanda Adams A 1110? AlCX21Hd6r P B X Operator Business Law MUSIC Bagkkggplng UZIFCIIIHZ, Blind .ggwa-Q-gf' Alice Bauer Attendance Clerk Ierrel Beller Dean of Boys 4v"'f Larry Alexander Socml Studies Senzor Class Sponsor A t' f ,undue 1' Jim Belt Mathematics Math Club Sponsor ,dai Marcia Bern, Orlene Blake English Library Assistant Talons Co-Sponsor lugfff Q ,.: ' '- ','-, 'WI ,PK- I ff h x' X align? is rf wmv fa QW so films. ' Q ,. rl , i if or s B sss S l 0 B iiig . .4 3 K ivwm Robert Blankenship Music-English ggi:-. I ' i VA 11. N Ruth Blaylock Dorothy Boatright Theory and Harmony Libfflfy l Ruth Bolt Jerry Brown Richard Burch Barbara Burket Sarah Burkhart Secretary English Science 51766011 Dean Of GUI-9 Qffice Manage, Thespians Sponsor Usheretzes Sponsor provide excellence. iifilll C C I r.A rr, B I ig: -'-- 4, , .,r,VL L time , Q? E3 Q' S 'Sr as-r 5 t I el gi' John Buns Bob Caldwell Helen Camey Wendell CHSCY Emma Lee CCTPEY English Physics-Algebra French Ph?-9l0l05'9' ASSUMW lv R981-VVUV Junior Class Sponsor Co-Spnnsor Key Club French Club Sponsor Psychology N XE sl' 9 , CQ .3 ,.t'- 1: f A r - : " S . ty . ,,..k K k gg, Richard Chapman Mary Childs World History Spanish Head Football Coach Spanish Club Sponsor Charlene Clark Counselor National Honor Society Martha Cole George Collins English-Humanities Industrial A755 Department Chairman Q Y t F 'ws 554, William Conner Algebra Department Chairman Robert Cope Earth Science ff ' -filo-I 1, "' Q Georgann Desmond English French .lack Dohelbower Math Student Council Sponsor S r V sg R, F ri g Richard Cox Counselor Advertising Board Sponsor Sandra Donahue Speech Drama Club Sponsor 355: e Dave Crowell Bethal DeLay Au dio-Visual Library Stage Craft of ,F ' ,S rss? M'- gs , 4' X rg L if ess- gf af? 3 if... 4 N ,E Lucy Duckworth Evelyn Duncan Latin Nurse Latin Club Sponsor Extra-duty assignments as W - . U ' .ni I s so I X rssrf . E ,-1f1 .1 - A t, 53' F Dennis Dutscli Catherine Earl 1 Frances Elliot Physical Education Geography Addressograph Clerk Assistant Fgorbgll Department Chairman Wk N. Vf' S S -f,, rrrl F S psf si We E l 1 if if F K l I! , '59 Martha Fast .lean Faulkinbury English Social Studies E y i Carl Ford George Fowler Lorena George Walter Gerard Ralph Gideon Draftin g Dean of Boys Registrar Civics Art Department Chairman 8th Grade Counselor Student Council Sponsor is 3 l F ,ff Neil Barker, Lee Quiett, and Glennis Miller frequently rehearse Hbig fish" Forrest Towery, Larry Lippard, and Carl Ford find com stories for lounge entertainment. mon interests on the golf course. keep facult busy. Anna Globe Billye Glover Darrell Goode Margaret Grekel Sandra Griffin German Homemaking English-Speech English French German Club Sponsor Debate Club SPOTL-90? French Club Span-90' Vivian Griffith Bobby Guess Willie Belle Hamilton Carolyn Harris John Haynes French Math-History Homemaking English U. S. History Cain Club Spgnsof Department Chairman -ni 1 ' 5, Q 'flkb 4 ,fi X , .WQVC4 W ,.,. 1 I-An ' Ti Willie Belle Hamilton, homemaking teacher, enjoys assembling beautiful centerpieces in her spare time. Outside interests help teachers . Qwq, pink is .,,...,,, t,,,f.1 . Carolyn Hill Margaret Hill Donald HOOPCII Julia HOPG English Office Machines Assistant Principal Engmh Paula Hunter Charlotte lmel gy F.T.A. Sponsor Physical Education Biolo Pat Houston Physical Education Stamp Club Sponsor Swimmettes Sponsor Edna Mae Ingalls Business Education Department Chairman A' 'WZQ' -0""'!? .lean James Charles Johnson Typing Industrial A rts Department Chairman . A '." Q. .ii ' hir 5 1. ' X li- lfiiz' i. 1' ---: -f' ' 'f :- Q2 - .' 'TIAAA 1222 7 1 u ii an 3 N t o 7 cttc ' gg X -"L - W' '- I o . Q :V 5, .. , lk X .YL f VY - f.. 1. X K Zi, S f... ,,. ' -. .,,- - fa or . .my .rigyw . : ,M . :.. . . i K, . g , X +-. Y 'io L , ,,., , . 3 S ' . A, R R gl S Q C f Sue Johnson Art Department Chairman Tom Langham . ., . , E A M 4 J oe Kiger Layman Kennedy Jewel Jones Mamm Head Custodian Football Coach Chloe Lane Marjorie Landry Larry Lippard Roger Kruse Sggial Studies A5SiSllITLl Pfinflpal Tony Lutman Physical Education English Geometry History Math Swimming-Tennis Coach M u Alpha Them Sponsor retain outhful outlook. .e lx E. i M, or,,.r Gif '-my Joe McArthur Karen Mccarlney Winnie McClain Mary McDonald Nocus Mclntosh Social Studies Math Registrar English Physical Education International Relations Club Department Chairman Department Chairman o Q VV ,. . Ibqk ,1,. ,. , ,915 ,,.- 'qv :B , iik Bill McPeters Power Mechanics 4- I 1 A Glennis Miller RoseEll:1 Miseh Pat Moore Economics Spanish Science K-Club Sponsor Honor Commission Sponsor Department Chairman Stella Myers Attendance Clerk l . in W si R. Nancy Newsom Physical Education Leader Corps Sponsor Linda Nelson Wayne Nelson English Electronics Radio Club Sponsor ,,...-sv. Harvey Parks Naomi Pederson D011 Phillips Dfafting Math6mUtiCS Chess Club Medical Club Sponsor B11-9951111 C0llCh Mary Noble Evelyn Parish Social Studies W0fld History English f2nd Semester! ff- Red Cross Sponsor Hugh Pierce Quentin Polk Physical Education Chemistry Track and Cross Country Department Chairman Membership in professional .ff Rachel Pollard Ervin Postier Sydney POWCH Spanish Geometry CUUUSCZUV National Honor Society A at . -' "ff t f Z W. f ' Q .., ri Charles Reves Marsha Reynolds .lune Richey Geography Geometry English Hong,-5 Board of Control Lee Quiett Russell Rathjens Chemistry 9th Grade Counselor Board of Control Si. G rtts ttss is Sherman Robertson Murl Roby Mathematics Difffillklfl J- .amy ' S June Richey, in addition to being an outstanding English teacher, is also a culinary artist, an astute housekeeper, and a devoted mother. organizations allows growth. at .. A Sandra Rosenbum English Talons Co-Sponsor Laurann Rogers Physical Education Safety Committee Dorothy Salter M-315' J0 531111101 Math Business Education Rachel Sanchez Spanish Spanish Club Sponsor Bob Sanderson Jimmy Sellers Gene Shell Frances Smith Helen Smith Biology Physical Education U. S. History Clothing Math Charity and Welfare Athletic Director Basketball Coach Faculty Meeting Committee Committee tsss .lim Smith English-Journalisnz Yearbook Sponsor Pamela Stoekard English if H H o.,.oo is ,Q X X it Virginia Smith Attendance Clerk Bulletin Clerk Kay Smith Roger Smith Geometry Intermediate Algebra Financial Secretary A ,.,-.W . , iififfiliif L I . ,iii 'rr -2' 3 if l V lltl dy... ,ll,,.,,i. ,fy ,K -- - Mary Ann Thompson Forrest Towery Algebra A Louise Todd Science rt Fashion and Design Laven Sowell Music Department Chairman Henrietta Walker English,-Latin 'RA ae! l if 7 6 5 ' , l ,t 5 ,.iffJ'fs A Teacher committees plan activities. X X A l if vi W Ns I G t , l, Virginia Washburn Nurse Anne Williams U. S. History ,l,ll N ,nxt i Ai . Edna Weger Ruth Wells KH1h6fiHC Whitaker Bulletin Clerk English H077l6fIlLll6iIlg Department Chairman have Celestia Williams Richard Winfrey Mathel Y0uIlg Mathematics Music Typing .lr. Red Cross Department Chairman 5. iQ Ss Zoe White Dean of Girls Aquilla Club Sponsor A K ,, ,fit 5 S 4 Pat Zachariae Notehand Sophomore Class Sponsor 4 f...n , , ,,- 0 1 278241, , ' q - , H -' , xergwghqegggaggeiff' ""-s., Jean James spends many hours working with the electronic equipment in the new typing room. Because economic stability is an important part of nation- al growth, individual businesses must be managed efficiently by Well-trained personnel. At Edison, the future businessman has the opportunity to learn the skills necessary for the ef- fective management of an enterprise. At Edison, the study of a foreign language is more than just repeating and memorizing words. Through tape record- ings, records, and films, the student becomes familiar with the language and acquires an understanding of its enunci- Margaret Hill, office machines teacher, assists Jun Walker ation, pronunciation and 1ntonat1on. with her computations. T7 With the aid of a tape recorder, Sandra Griffin, junior high French teacher, helps Amy Clark and Jim Rodgers learn French pronunciation. E , ui cm- ,. Catherine of travel. lnformality adds zest to Martha Cole's humanities course, an addition to the Edison curriculum Miss Boatright, the junior high librarian, reviews a scintillating new novel for her students. ,-an Earl, geography teacher, uses models to demonstrate to her students the early methods Team teaching at Edison is being PTHC' ticed by Larry Keating in sophomore history classes. This year, the English department ex- panded to include a humanities course for juniors. All who participated i,n this ex- perience were extremely proud of the re- sults. Besides rhetoric and writing, the En- , Qagjttlkt, glish department offered an analytical ' study of classical and Contemporary liter- ature. ln all the social studies courses, reasons why events occurred and why leaders emerged were emphasized, rather than just names and dates. Individual research and group discussion gave new meaning to the events which established the founda- tions for our present civilization. this year. Qi! er.,,r . f f -zixiifd iff K "fr,4g1 'QQ A .. i?x1gf,,m5x NW, Jmgj Q fx J" Q' Mrs. McDonald finds amusement in the reports given by her English students. Eff Frances Smith demonstrates to Sandy Winters a technique used in making French seams. ,na John Palmer and Mike Ives listen attentively as Bill McPeters points out the many intricacies of an automobile engine. Because cybernation has eliminated many job opportunities for the unskilled laborer, it has become important for a craftsman to be well prepared for his vocation. Before he can expect success, he must develop dexterity and skill. He must be Well-trained to use his skills effectively. He must take courses which emphasize the use -of his practical skills. Skills necessary for effective homemaking may be acquired by vigorous application of techniques stressed in the home economics department at Edison. Training in clothing, foods, interior decorating, health, consumer buying, child care, and management of time, money, and energy is emphasized by the excellent instructors of the department. Cooperation sparks loyalty. V- A . M1 George Collins checks the welded surface of a beginning student. Xa' A Harvey Parks, in homeroom attire, assists Barb Scar with her drafting. " V f --.N Si ,, , X . -. Y Charlotte lmel, well-liked biology instructor, makes good use of the fine micro- scopic equipment available. Through the medium of mathematics, man is better able to under- 5 'M stand the mysteries which once puzzled him. Mathematical concepts have enabled him to explain the essence of life and to broaden his understanding of the universe. To teach these concepts, Edison offers courses in the basics, as well as algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. Chemistry students were introduced to new and better laboratory equipment in the new wing this year, and many science classes began using new textbooks which stress the modern approach to funda- mental scientific concepts. The science program at Edison includes in his advanced math classes. .lack Dobelbower tests the minds of the cleverest students courses in biology, chemistry, physiology, physics, and earth science. This variety of courses provides for the student a sound background of scientific knowledge. .....-....w.... ...ss W, ,. .-....., -m E1 il? iikii' .. asv A Mary.Ann Thompson points out to her students various types of fish found in her classroom .lim Belt helps, H Silldeflf Solve 3 PYeS'5iUg aquarlum. problem. fl Mr Gideon art teacher assists students with their bubble-gum-sugar cube house. Mrs. Donahue's wistful gaze helps tell the story which she is relating to speech students. Because oral expression is the principal means of communication, the speech department at Edison strives to train the student to communicate effectively and meaningfully. Debates, plays, assemblies and skits are tools with which the speech student improves his skill. Stagecraft and audio-visual classes provide background for those who perform on stage. Edison's fine arts program offers the student an opportunity to receive special- ized training. He may develop the fundamental skills of artistic design through the basic program. For the advanced student, courses in the related arts provide the experiences which are important for successful artistic understanding and creativity. .-,. ,W .. I K kr - .. 'R' .,:-,, . sss ucl occal l A-gill? I , X., W Y 5.5.5, V, I. --.. Dave Crowell works U1du5tf10U51Y In DWP Louise Todd suggests to Karen Crawford a new approach to still life. age.. . ff " eff? 57.11 1 ,. I It ff-,-.I - 1'-f1 Y. -II-f Ig.. , ' gI.:.'IEI!ff -Q. I :T,":2.I.' FWF? . ". 5-. ' "0 ' . f'-'1'li1'y . rfwg- . -. IA ' - .- ' Q- f.Rv,..-'fi - Q . I ,W Irv. -.4 KV Q .-Ag ,ww g - HIL?"-H,-'Wh' i., 'fx .IX-. 25: - -gf I 'KS--' bg I - . ' "Nui . ' 'O5.x"3fI ' ,Ig .1 I . .v 151. , ' .fm 1 A-'f ,," 1 PL, 4411.14 I' Q". " - fi .T I f A- I . :,'vS.IL,f Inf. f gg Q: 241. fb, V5 -.S I K .I.1, ,I ,Ig . .. v' '. I' ,II -I I :I I . , +4-I - AI.. .I . 1 '-X , jf. .'7.2QjI .gi ' . 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I Y 1 .- ' . - ' ' 1 A - - 'I I A 1 3:Q421.'ffg.1fP!'u I " U IYW1' .HI I 1 W I. . ' PA 1I I fi' , 1 " " ' "'1,JqF' 4 1 ' . .- ' ' ' 3 'Slim f ...gf fg'.+'5 ' V f' 1 1 . Y' .."j-'. ' .J ,5 ' "N .L-Li . 4 4 1 -1 ' VII1,sg 4 1 .WY 1' gI1 . L2-1 fm . 1 . 1. ' F 'Q 1 ' . ' w 1 kj' I 1 1 A A 1 11- f ' 'w.'1'-4 1 .. . 1 I Ip. .Ili .f ,Y , I , N f M ,. 1 Student Life George Singer, Candy Borland, Patti Luttgen, and Don Brown relate their experiences in foreign countries. The Foreign Exchange Program for last year was the greatest in Edison's history. Eleven Edison students Went abroad on a variety of programs. Five students, Candy Borland, Cheri Bra- shear, Janine Henshaw, Terri Lee, and Debbie Ross, went to France. During the summer, Don Brown visited Eng- land, while Mike Solow went to Ger- many. Edison's Gail Groom spent six months in Germany and Merry Ellen Evans went to Norway for six months. Returning in January after a year in South Africa was George Singer. ln the fall, Edison welcomed Eeva Toivio from Helsinki, Finland, and Ulric Willers from Stockholm, Sweden. Eeva, a jun- ior, lived with her American Msisterf, Shelia Williams. Ulric, a senior, made his home with Richard Schermerhorn. Edis0n's Foreign Exchan e -QM' l S I ' . 6 o 4 ...IA if Cheri Brashear and Terri Lee spent a very eventful summer in France. i HQ Merry Ellen Evans, Mike Solow, and Gail Groom bear happy Debbie Ross and Janine Henshaw discuss their trip to France. expressions as they remember their experlences abroad. 4 I A 5 if ,f'Nf'p. ,,,x Eeva Toivio and Ulric Willers pause in the foyer beside the bust of Thomas Edison. Eeva and Ulrie take home many happy memories of Edison. Program leads Tulsa. E 3 K x Gail Groom is met by L1 joyful crowd the night of her return from Germany. ff we Ulric discusses the differences in the ideals of education with Sue Ogleshy. , U, . 6? 2 : .,:., 3, l V155 ' s t ,Q...4-14,-rw MMM M W W, jiij' ,, . v The Sophomore Class presents the school with pictures of Thomas Edison. Mr. Sanderson's homeroom presents him with a shirt and tie on Teacher Ap- preciation Day. Mrs. Sanchez expresses amazement at her gift. Ccgch Sellers, Mr. Quiett, and Mr. Lippard enjoy thf teachers' co ee. Edison Week Edison Week was a tremendous success! School Spirit Day was highlighted by the release of numer- ous green and white balloons under the direction of Bettie Donkin. On Teacher Appreciation Day, led by Mary Lou Mungen, the movie uStalag 17" was shown. Sandy Winters, chairman of Brotherhood Day, ar- ranged for Governor Bellmon to appear as guest speaker. Scholarship Day featured the Gridiron Talent Show which was arranged by Melissa Potter and emceed by Kirk VanValkenburgh. Friday was Thomas Edison Day, and a birthday cake was presented to the student body. At a special assembly, the Student Superlatives were announced, and Mr. Edison VI, Bill Holway, was crowned. Diana Donkin was chair- man for this final-day. K ' 2,1 1- -0 ..- t. ---meg, Q .1---zu-rum. K EDEBGN The balloon releasing is an -annual event of Edison Week. up ,... U' 4 ,W , K, if JI LL-1 ifdvfsvl 4 Mr. Edison candidates for 1966 are Kirk VanValkenburgh, Randy Purdy, Bill Holway, Roger Boesche. and Danny Hoar. puts emphasis on school spirit. K iz, ,.,. ,,,, , ...,.k, , M p AAVK K .1 -A H The bowling tournament at Yale Bowl proves to be a tremendous success. Governor Henry Bellmon speaks at the annual Brotherhood LUCY MUTTHY and Mllfk BUCIUICT Cf1j0Y Sandra Vale' displays ff'-IC Edi- Breakfast. the Valentine Dance. son sportsmanship. Liliom ..... Julie ........ Mrs. Muskat . .. Ficsur ....... Marie ....... Wolf Beifeld ..... The Magistrate . . . Director ......... Technical Director Student Director .. Costumes Chairman Make-up Chairman Liliom and Julie embrace. Louise ............ Mother Hollunder .... Others ............ . . . CAST .....BillMcCright . . Barbara Murray . . . . Sandra Vale . . . . Win Denham , Marti York Bill Holway .. Lynn Moore . . . Greta Minsky . . . . Mike Solow . . . Barbara Burket . . David Crowell . . . . Nancy McNair Karen Reid Betsy Schumann .. Bettie Donkin, Anna Harwood, Jane Sokol, Jeloria Owens, Marty Malone, Eddie Williamson, Pete Old- ham, Gary Graham, Tom Bunch, Bill Bond, Steve Fadem, Kip Stacy, Bob Newton, Mark Buchner, Cary Anderson, Joe Myer, Jeff MacKay, Sandy Bodley, Kathy Brown, Marcia Rowland, Paige Rowland, Suzy Zumwalt, Jenny Montgomery, Doug Selinger, Steve Ogier, David Petta, Neilia Back Seniors stage Liliom. -- 2 I Members of the Liliom cast sacrifice much leisure time to produce a great success. Marie and Wolf Beifeld strike a pose for their wed. ding portrait. 1. N jtiti k Y' ' K v-. -- t.. 1 li, l 7 S fl: -'E Q ":: , Ng .' lx g .' .. is :A I -3 The Magistrate condemns Liliom to sixteen years of punishment in the World of the Dead. x , Cust members review their lines as Curtain time approaches. W' ff'-s wi' Mrs. Muskat expresses disgust at Lili0In's attraction to Julie. Liliom attempts to evade the clutch of Death. , I Julie is grief-stricken ut the still body of her dying hushund. Bju MCCright and Win Denham disgusg various interpretations of key lines. The tranquil Chanuka ceremony is broken by strange sounds. ,wx Mixed emotions are displayed throughout the play. .K -..M J, Otto Frank is overcome with grief upon the Margot Frank and Mr. Van Daan uncovering of Anne's diary. sit deathly still for fear of Nazi ap- prehension. Fear of discovery looms in the minds of the players. Mrs. Frank leads the Chanuka devotion. Drama and Diary of Anne Frank Otto Frank . . . Mrs. Frank .... Margot Frank Anne Frank . . . Mr. Van Daan Mrs. Van Daan .. Peter Van Daan .. . .. . Miep ........... Mr. Dussel Mr. Kraler . . . .. John Robohm . . . Kay Wiggins Andrea Nielson ,lulie Andelman .. . Larry Drake .. Genny Cowan Mark Humphrey . Rosie Bumpass .. Cleve Beller . . . Tom Wilson D1rector ......... . . . Darrell Goode Student Director . . . . . Technical Director Property Chairman Make-up ........ . Melissa Potter . David Crowell Richard Bauman . Sandy Winters O if i Betsy Beard, playing the part of a capricious college coed, flirts with David Crawford, a dress manufac- turer. Tod Colbert demands an explanation as to why he must spend his spare time working with college coeds. Many dramatic scenes like this are typical of the sophomore play. comedy are produced. It Happens Every Summer CAST Jennifer Truex ...... Mary Ann Holloway Flippy Wonder .. ....... Myrna Lubin M. K. Roberts . . . . . . Susan Robohm Olga Stone ..... ..... C indy Zumwalt Charity Barnes . . . . . Fredreicka Borland Tod Colbert ..... ..... D avid White Student Director . . . . . . Donna Sanders Director ........ .......... D arrel Goode Others ........ Betsy Beard, David Crawford, Shelly Fioyd, Judy White, Lynn Scott, Carol Gasser, ,lanet Hud- son, Marilyn Morse, Bar- bara Davis, Bill McMa- hon, Randy Gregor, Pat Murphy, Sam Rhoades, Ron Wiggins, Skip Nich- olson, Ronnie Magnusson, Rob Adkison at Flippy Wonder tells Pudgy Roulette to get out of her life. Throughout the years, Edison has had nu- merous activities to offer its students. Its as- sortment of clubs appealed to its variety of students. Each interested student was able to find at least one club or activity in which to participate, though most students joined several organizations. It was through these activities that students became acquainted with the true Edison High School. Again this year, Edison was not just a concrete and steel structure of learning. It was more. It was the good times the students had there, it was the life-long friendships that began there, and it was the learning that was gained there. All these things made and will make the name of Thomas Alva Edison High School dear to its students' hearts forever. Attendants and escorts watch enviously as Bob Phillips crowns the Basketball Queen Patty Anderson. Linda Murphree will reign as Wrestling Queen for the year of 1966-1967. Edison's .leloria Owens is the reigning princess of the Cherokee Indians. Infinite activities l Janine Henshaw is crowned by Bernard Bigby during half-time ceremonies. Miss Edison awards Bill Holway, Mr. Edison VI, with the scepter, symbol of his reign. The Rooks entertain on Dance Party. A i 11 , ...fill . The Edison Marching Band executes an impressive routine during half-time exercises. Eg ,QQ-"0 Exclaiming with surprise, going-away presents. th 2 N1 5 Mr. Quiett opens his o o Art students display their excellent work in a show- CUSS. Lucy Murray can attribute mugh gf her grace Delighting city-wide audiences are thc players of the National Shakespearean Company. to Swimette practices. o ilir Sharon Andress and Dave Petta plan the Athletics Section. 19 Barbara Rips, Dorothy Spleth, and Cindy Piland settle a dispute over the typewriter. Bill McKee explains the difficulties of action photography to skepti- cal David Petta and Steve Ogier. E 3 3, x Betty Sipes lends the benefits of her experience to Chris Cramer, junior member. The creation of a superior yearbook, such as Edison's Torch, is a complex process involving many hours of planning and discussion, argument and compromise. The members of the yearbook staff must devote all their talents and energies toward the ultimate goal. The members of the l966 Torch Staff,-di- rected by Vicki lVlcNickle and Stan Symanski, co-editors, did all this and more in order to produce the best yearbook that has ever been produced at Edison. Betty Sipes and Vicki McNickle help Barbara Romero choose pictures for her layout. Brent Davis, Jean Wright, Lynn Moore, and Nancy Pratt share amusement over a picture. Barbara Rips prepares to open her present at the annual Christmas party, as Richard Bauman, Barbara Romero, and Mr. Smith anticipate. Yearbook Staff emphasizes tradition. , if ' ' 2 5 ,, 1 lA 'UUA nl 19457 Arthur Fox stays late to meet another deadline. Brent Davis, Arthur Fox, Chris Cramer, Ray Rose, and David Petta toil over picture identification. Vicki McNicklc and Stan Symanski display the quality of leadership necessary to produce thc Torch. Q ,R X X st is --,ow . .:,-at: -.. an ffr5fE:f!!5i'f if-,-.Em ,:a.f1,,p 1, ,2i!:'df?E5:, N Mary Mulmed and Dave Roberts take a short break in the journalism room after writing an Edison Edits column. ln the past year, the Journalism staff con- sistently contributed newsworthy articles to the Tulsa. School Life and Southside Times, and in addition began an Edison paper, the Thomas Times. The Times premiered Febru- ary 4, and proved itself to be an informa- tive, refreshing student publication. lronical- ly, this success has been negotiated under the auspices of Cenny Cowan, the first editor to serve while a junior, as well as lVlr. Smith, journalism sponsor. Assisting them were Becky Graves and John Eliot, copy editors, Ken Brendle, Bob Lyon, and Dave Roberts, sports editors, Barbara Bauder, Regina Bon- er, Jo Karen Bouteller, Carolyn Cross, Geor- gia Martin, and Rhonda Thornton, reporters, and journalism staff photographer Doug Day. Journalism staff as 'Sf "Pass, Um si m xii V A K ra 5 Ag. e i , It: A it i ifjfliiqt is f' x Ken Brendle, Carolyn Cross, John Eliot, Dave Roberts, Mary Mulmed, Bob Lyon, Regina Boner, .lo Karen Bouteller, and Becky Graves discuss journalism assignments in class. l 4 Becky Graves and Regina Boner interview Mr. W. Clark Ellzey, marriage specialist and senior forum speaker, for a School Life article. meets deadlines . Editor Cenny Cowan, reporter Rhonda Thornton, and photographer Doug Day share progressive ideas on high school journalism. law A-sqm sm mm ZW Genny Cowan stays late to finish proofreading copy. -..N------"-" "" ' "-'Y'-'Y'-M E' John Eliot and Mary Mulmed work industriously on a joumalism assign- ment. Dave Roberts, Mr. Jim Smith, Carolyn Cross, .lo Karen Bouteller, Regina Boner, and Georgia Martin enjoy the festivities at a School Life staff party. f 'sd' -,L: K '1,..w Patty Anderson Senior Jane Fredenherger exemplifies the outstanding spirit of the Edison cheerleaders. 'Q' Diana Donkin Peggy Easter Junior Junior Lucy Murray sparks enthusiasm with the spirit stick. Lucy Murray Captain Cheerleaders begin a favorite cheer, Stomp- clap. Bettie Donkin Co-captain l t. Julie Johnson Cheerleaders devote much time to extra practices. Each year, the cheerleaders are faced with the task of uniting the student body in the support of the athletic teams. Following their election in the spring, the cheerleaders began rigorous practice sessions in preparation for the O.U. Clin- ic. As captain, Lucy Murray, along with her co-captain, Bettie Donkin, led the group to a first place overall position in the summer of 1965. During the past year, the cheerleaders were the sources of seemingly endless spirit. Edison's cheerleaders were, in a sense, her finest representatives. 5 Mary Erni Sophomore U K we ,. Seniors enthusiastically show their support as an Edisonite greedily devours a Memorial Charger. Bill Holwiy mes stimuiaiing his mind in a Many 11109115 Qharagterize unique wa . f s nen C' ek Our regal f00Ib2111 Coach is Ridlafd Chapman- Edison's self-pronounced expert archers are Don Brown, David Krumme, and David Petta. 3,3 The typical Pep Club meeting at Edison obviously consists of serious oralions and skits. . ,,.. V. . U x ie ft' . 5 I 'Q 1 2 w ' ia-1 if if is 1 'f f X if f 4 if it X ' Q 1 i i li Gerry Westby, John Cowles, Patty Lyons, and Gerry Palmer enjoy a Roman ban- quet in the Related Arts Class. Mark Champion shows his skill in the auto mechanics room. The Edison cheerleaders give an exciting cheer before the Andy Smith works diligently in the Student Council office. victorious Memorial game. Cheri Brashear finds autumn quite enchanting, The Rooks show their wordly sophistication at one of their meetings. . 4 f- 2 Members of the JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' GLEE CLUB are Row 1: G. Hendryx, C. Lewis, K. Kee, D. Ervin, S. Miller, M. Samuelson B. Wise, S. Knarr, B. Speed, S. Baker, Row 2: M. Felts, K. Kenney, S. Humphreys, S. Johnson, J. Morgan, M. Conn, S. James, B. Delar- zelere, S. Preaus, K. Griffith, Row 3: B. Huff, B. Like, N. Cohen v 1 R. Brashear, V. Hudson, D. Jennings, G. Townsend, S. Teis, B. Farmer, M. Murta, L. Wiseg Row 4: J. Stalleup, C. Bryant, J. Reed, L. Sisemore, J. Trader, C. Clarke, J. Mayden, D. Lukken, L. Clybum, K. Antryg Director: Mr. Blankenship. Talented Vocal groups perform. ii .'i . .T Y it - A il A A A A A Al Members of GIRLS' GLEE CLUB are Row 1: M. Spicer, E. Shep- herd, C. Sheram, C. Craig, J. Kelly, S. Bruce, S. Morgan, K. Wolcott, L. Sawyer, G. Denham, B. Bailey, J. Baker, Row 2: D. Allen, D. Trot- ter, P. Crouch, C. Adkison, S. Maples, P. Chelsea, J. Roberts, A. Spencer, L. Wilson, L. Crombieg Row 3: M. Schwemin, L. Skinner, C. Townes, P. Hale, P. Shell, B. Baker, J. Putman, J. Raines, C. Carroll, K. Robinson, L. Jennings, T, Pilkington, M. Johnson, J. White, Pianist: P. McArthur, Director: Mr. Sowell. Members of the MIXED CHORUS arc Row 1: C. McCormick, S. Edelman, C. Lomax, S. Roberts, R. Mason, R. Hagen, D. Crawford, R. Weber, B. Johnson, J. Digges, A. Holt, B. DeMerritt, C. McCarter, R. Marrin, J. Owens, E. Shepherd, M. Yorkg Row 2: M. Lumley, J. Wood, M. Burt, P. Hamond, J. Sieler, L. Lorson, J. Roberts, B. Hub- bell, D. Carroll, K. Moreland, J. Rose-bush, J. Dickerson, C. Bentley, N. Seay: Row 3: S. Shaffer, M. Alston, K. Clauser, R. Motley, S. Jared, G. Tweilley, E. Scott, B. Southard, S. Martin, M. McGee, J. Clauser, G. Renfrow, K. Drew, K. Butler, K. Tag, Row 4: C. Yost, D: Spleth, C. Collar, D. Jacobson, M. Summers, D. Hartson, C. Rankin, P. Erdmann, J. Robohm, L. KIcRorey, S. Roberts, T. Rogers, C. Casser, G. Curby, C. Brown, Pianist: G. Close, Director: Mr. Sowell. .s L .sft is R . X ' K V V Q A ii ii . I I ,A .., i-. I 5. I L Qt et D J I I Members of the JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' CHORUS are Row I: S. Huckett, C. King, J. Haney, D. Matthews, K. Thompson, M. Frisbie, K. Kammeyer, A. Turner, L. Bradley, A. Tison, J. Calloway, J. Strick- land, C. Holtsclaw, K. Cariker, B. Conway, D. Brightmire, B. Burgher, Row 2: T. Dunn, S. Dundee, A. Klasky, L. Hunt, G. Johnson, B. Berry, M. Frost, D. Reed, A. Briggs, S. Newberry, R. Swindell, B. McDonald, J. Badgerow, A. Blood, R. Becher, M. McKee, B. Smith, -Q "'. , Q. S. Cornell, Row 3: H. Harris, D. Wiggins, C. Land, D. Roberts, V. Seroggins, L. Johnson, C. West, K. Ryan, S. Fornell, J. Turley, P. Bradshaw, C. Oliver, E. Pierce, S. Sikkink, S. Cornell, J. Elliot, Row 4: L. Bradley, L. Cobb, J.' White, J. Southmayd, N. Keller, G. Frank- lin, L. Kygur, S. Stewart, M. Morgan, D. Landes, J. Owen, C. Brown, S. Allen, S. Glenn, K. Johnson, P. Tschappat, C. Tennis, Director: Mr. Blankenship. E S K if : A i I . 3 shi gi Eli? itil, , Members of JUNIOR HIGH BOY'S GLEE CLUB are Row 1: S. Tid- well. K. Barron, B. Bailey, B. Henshaw, D. Andress, C. Selman, D. Marshall, L. Shepherd, R. Thompson, P. Stafford, P. Bender: Pianist: G. Haleg Row 2: D. Wellendorf, B. Whitt, T. Watt, G. McGraw, B. Wilbanks, M. Ramseur, J. Cwartney, D, Abernathy, D. Penkosky, D. Elliott, K. Wilson, S. Disney, W. White, M. Davidson, T. Andress, D. Adkison, L. Galloway, E. Marler, D. Landrum, M. Anderson, Row 3: D. Sibole, B. Nedon, P. Wilcox, D. Eller, K. Eilers, D. Saubert, M. Brown, B. Johnson, B. Menseur, J. Rhine, S. Parker, D. Smith M. Sears, A. Cahen, G. Griffith, T. Rodman, T. Argue, S. Hiekerson S. Riddle, B. Blackstoek, J. Dohnalekg Row 4: B. Myers, K. Schmidt B. Schricher, B. Felts, P. Thompson, J. Morgan, C. Day, G. Hawkins R. Letters, R. Walker, B. Attaway, M. VanHoosen, C. Beeson, P McArthur, L. Ford, S. Davidson, S. Coulter, S. Bowen, M. Beang Director: Mr. Sowell. ! 1 9 Members of the CONCERT CHORUS are Row 1: Harriet Fielding, Vicki Schneider, Lorna Null, Ronnie Hunt, Chris Thompson, Ronnie Wood, Brent Davis, Betsy Beard, Marti York, Barbara Murrayg Row 2: Diana Crouch, Diane Staines, Susan Shelton, Phil Packwood, David Crawford, Mike Solow, Joel Malahy, Gary Graham, Marty Malahy, Carol McEwen, Martha Gowans, Ginny Aubreyg Row 3: Becky Groh, Donna Copenhaver, Donna Happel, Gayle Schweers, Rene Henry, Larry Catron, Bill Caldwell, Randy Grigor, Dave Wagenblatt, lane Sokol, Linda Blank, Maiy Spicer, Shari Hudsong Pianist: Andrea Smith, Director: Mr. Sowell. Talented singers and musicians Under the direction of Mr. Laven Sowell, the Concert Chorus has attained an acme of perfection in choral pro- ductions. Both their Spring and Fall concerts were tremendous successes. They also gave guest concerts at O.U. and at T.U. Their participation in the opera Hansel and Greta! merited much praise. In March they traveled, eX- penses paid, to Houston to deliver an- other magnificent performance. This superior quality is in keeping with the tradition of Edison. Membefs devote much Of their CXUH time 10 Mr. Sowell generously devotes much of his time to the Concert Chorus. practices. Trumpeters follow their music closely during a recording session. Ronnie Reynolds shows intense concentra- tion during a Stage Band practice. Craig Moody plays with the precision he has gained through years of hard practice. Stage Band members devote much extra time to their group. The Edison Stage Band is a select group under the direction of Mr. Ashley Alex- ander. Each boy must try out for member- ship in the Stage Band. Again this year, the group produced an outstanding album, and thereby, the opportunity for profes- sional experience was given to the gifted Stage Band members. present outstandin performances. Members of STAGE BAND are: Piano: Pat Mayg Drums: Don Brown, Bob Luner, Jeff Ledbetter, Steve May, John Barry, Steve Crimesg Row Ricky Gomez, Cappy Lelandg Bass: John Danner, Steve Mclntyreg 2: Craig Moody, Larry O'Reilly, Bill Crain, David Krurnme, Bill Guitar: Dennis Schwabeg Row 1: Ronnie Reynolds, Chris Carter, Jeffers, Robert Krumme,Mr, Alexander, Gary Wattman, Mike Highland, Steve Bauter, Richard McCutcheon, Members of the SYMPHONIC BAND are Flutes: S. Gilmore, A. Morava, D. Caldwell, J. Crawford, B. Gabriel, J. Hudson, A. Ewing, R. Gasnierg Bnssoons: R. Routsong, R. Keene, Oboes: J. Wilder, R. Huckett, D. Newsong Clarinels: D. Fitts, B. Hodges, C. Born, C. Gasser, E. Weidenfelder, D. Morgan, M. Hall, G. Stanton, P. Bunyard, J. Byrd, R. Borland, G. Ratliff, R. Bennett. B. Brodingg Eb Clarinet. J. Frost, French Horns: B. Martin, K. Ledbetter, J. Kirk, F. Mundtg Barizones: B. Richter, G. Newson, S. MacLean, J. Fehrg Trombones: S. May, J. Barry, S. Grimes, P. Kendall, J. Ledbetter, R. Alston, D. Davidson, P. Murphy, Trumpets: K. Malone, S. Blood, T. Bunch, Tubes: C. Moody, D. Luessenhop, D. McClary, D. Wintennute, J. Elmore J. Summers: String Basses: J. Oates, S. Mclntyreg Alto Clarinets: D Boyd, B. Liner, D. Cockrellg Tenor Saxophone: M. Highland, R. Mc- Cutcheon, D. Alexander, V. Cobbg Alto Saxophone: G. Wattman, M Robinson, C. Carter, Percussion, B. Neerman, L. Wilson, C. Combs, P Nation, C. Leland, D. Potter, R. Gomez, J. Phillips, N. MoKewong Bari: zone Saxophone: R. Reynolds, G. Zumwaltg Bass Clarinets: R. Fisher J. Phillips, G. Musgrove, R. Adkins. Bands earn awards. A - X ' ...., R . R ' ' ' .ftgisejilmfil .1 ,si Q' - , Yrs- 'ff jiqt- Q 2 .. :ffz.gf.gg1.. "-. 3 "" i'gE'li?--? ' w r "-' ff - Pj t ...- 'A tttt 1 x r"' .ry A 1., .- ..A K, , . 'ez n v . tt" xr 1' ,sa . ..,. . wt- .... . ,... .. ,, . Q.. , ., wt... Y-I 1 W Y . A L.. ',.. fe 'W st . .. 'wi g s r e f ., as 1 1- . ...yn Vj...,.f .fx s '- 3 +'..,d .. y V eggs. "fs-Q..-il:-Q? .1 , 4, ' f ' ci. " - ' K r U J' g 'gf 5 U1 , .5 .Q - s X K X-213' fv-f A X 5 Q. C and 5 , MX - fN'l?""' .. 'A .. -x - a ... R : , .4 ii J i ei 'i Q . W, ,aa M, A 545 A A 'Z ,W J war D. Krumme, B. Crain, C. Borland, R. Krumme, D. White, S. Whitney, 7 ' f ' Robert Adkins Donald Alexander Robert Allen Robert Alston John Barry Steven Been Rhonda Bennett Stephen Blood Steve Booter Candace Borland Fredricka Borland Charles Born David Boyd Bruce Broding Thomas Bunch Paula Bunyard Janet Ann Byrd William Caldwell Mark Champion Victor Cobb Cynthia Combs William Crain Janet Crawford EDISON'S MARCHING BAND Donna Davidson Michael Dudding Mike Elmore Ann Ewing James Fehr Robert Fisher Douglas Fitts John Frost Betsy Gabriel Robert Gasnier Carol Gasser Sharon Gilmore Richard Gomez Stephen Grimes Margie Hall John Hamilton Brian Hodges Kenneth Horn Roger Huckett Janet Hudson Patrick Kendall Jim Kirk David Krumme Robert Krumme Jeffrey Ledbetter Kenneth Ledbetter Charles Leland Robert Liner David Luessenhop John McClary Steve MacLean Richard McCutcheon Stephen Mclntyre Nancy McKewon Kelly Malone Bruce Martin Susan Martin Patrick May Stephen May Craig Moody Andrea Morava Dennis Morgan Fred Mundt Patrick Murphy William Musgrove Robert Neerman David Newsom Gary Newsom Joe Oates Larry O'R,eilly Gerald Phillips Jan Phillips George Ratliff Rennie Reynolds William Richter Walter' Robinson Robert Roehmer Debby Rotter Randy Routsong Gary Stanton Jerry Summers Gary Wattman Erika Weidenfelder' Lowell White Steve Whitney Jane Wilder Vivian Wilson David Wintermute Gregg Zumwalt jig 6 'V npr gl! Q K, 5.3 vu iv, n 4 ii., Q I A f W6 'Z' . V4 rw!! I 3 EL vox 'IRIN A K spawn, -'i: ,M ,, vfg- iw, K' Q ...N t x. Q K 1 v . if .E 1 x ' ll' v AN 6 E J L R if X .ff eiia i gi i A eg gi .t V uw, M-.mr . Members of the CONCERT ORCHESTRA are Violins: J. Dewees, V. Toomey, N. McKewon, C. Kenton, M. Norberg, M. Gile, T. Frost, S Christman, J. Jacobs, M. Howe, Violas: L. Moore, S. Johnson, S Pummill, A. Hanson, Cellos: P. Nation, P. Ansteth, M. Malbeuf, B Rutledge, D. Potter, N. Slater, Bass: S. McIntyre, D. Clutch, J Oates, J. Danner, Flutes: B. Reed, K. Klar, J. Schricker, J. Craw- ford, Oboes: R. Keene, S. Robohm, Clarinets: B. Johnston, L. Dick erson, J. Musgrove, B. Davis, Bassoons: L. Sweeny, R. Routsong, Trumpets: S. Whitney, R. Krumme, R. Allen, French Horns: R Wheeler, F. Mundt, K. Ledbetter, B. Martin, Trombones: S. May, D Davidson, J. Ledbetter, Percussion: G. Lawson, S. Elmore, J. Arch ambo, G. Riggs, D. Cockrellg Director: Mr. Ashley Alexander. Members of BEGINNING STRINGS are: Claudia Avery, Mary Clark David Langdon, Jan Pumphrey, Jack Howard, John Simons, Director. Mr. Winfrey. Instrumental groups merit praise. Members of the ORCHESTRA are Row 1: K. Spencer, D. Ledhetter, J. Goodwin, T. Johnson, K. Raffensperger, L. Nunneley, Row 2 ESE 20: .-age 22? u FU Siva EGF PS5 4m 53595 "1 35.553 533' T' cf?" rug? aa' UQ -1 Us Kgs use ' as P19- Q95 "l,14"4' 5'-,N 590 FFL, 731' L-emi ,-I5 ies not Fe:-.. SDPJFUF Karey, J. Bauman, M. Hale, S. Rathmann, Row 4: F. Craig, K. Little field, B. Walker, G. Sanford, B. Sweet, M. Kastner, J. Abshire B Luttgen, M. Jacobs, T. Crow, R. Spcegle, D. Smith, P. Fortner J Byars, D. Bendel, S. Greenwood, Standing: S. Musick, R. Nash R Fay, Director: Mr. Winfrey. Members of BAND I are Row 1: R. Gilmore, S. Peters, D. Whited, S. McKinstry, J. Wheatly, T. Smith, Row 2: P. Eller, E. Peeples, li. Ford, R. Robohm, P. Palumbo, P. Lynch, N. Stephenson, L. Hall, J Butler, T. DeFz1lc0, C. Taylor, Row 3: M. Berg, S. Prophet, T. Wil- liams, M. Duncan, K. Petta, J. Euchaski, C. Stephenson, S. Conrad, S. Beach, J. Feldman, J. Middleton, M. Thomas, M. Hale, S. Rathmann, H. Happel, G. Jones, Row 4: K. Ryan, A. McVay, N. Mark, C. Mc- Cutcheon, P. Cobb, H. Tankersley, T. Toliver, G. Smart, G. Semke, K. Dale, B. Jackson, M. Farmer, P. Petta, R. Todd, C. Shafer, J. Abshire, C. Teter, G. Ruggles, D. McIntyre, R. Breck, B. Ranck, D. Smith, R. Speegleg Standing: F. Akins, M. Peirson, D. Ross, D. Mc- Calman, B. Burns, G. Lobaughg Director: Mr. Winfrey. Members of BAND II are Row 1: D. Denham, D. Byrd, B. Beaird, P. Coffin, G. DeMerritt, D. Hammond, Row 2: H. Wood, K. Draft, D. Palumbo, J. Robinson, A. Stallbories, D. Reed, B. Larrabee, C. Wies, M. Nelson, S. Bowen, Row 3: B. Born, L. Barry, P. Campbell, J. Thomas, B. Ballard, W. Landrum, C. Wells, M. Littlefield, D. Potter, P. House, C. Moore, J. Graves, J. Meng: Row 4: B. Higgins, C. Rogers, L. Bush, B. Groves, J. Nestetter, P. Garetson, D. Nunneley, J. McCommas, B. Williams, S. Focht, G. Leming, D. Chatenever, P. Gar- ren, B. Jackson, S. Swenson, D. McLane, K. Snitz, J. Wenger, P. Booth, P. Wilson, M. Guard, D. Steward, W. Brown, P. Larkin, D. Crews, J. Kirkpatrick, Director: Mr. Winfrey. Members of BAND IH are Row 1: K. Byrne, T. Evans, S. Amstutz, J Baker, P. Gilmore, Row 2: K. Swenson, R. Peace, J. Sharp, R. Gib bons, B. Adams, R. Prophet, D. Carnes, D. Soulsy, E. Grimm, S. Wil- shire, J. Moravag Row 3: B. Stewart, B. Huckett, D. Kerr, J. Gillispie, D. Butcher, S. Steele, D. Wilson, S. Robbins, G. Nation, M. McGraw, R. Corgill, M. Feldmann, B. Hutto, R. Meinertg Row 4: M. Enterline, D. Carson, B. Kennon, Standing: J. Wheeler, S. Sanditen, T. Whit- more, Director: Mr. Winfrey. W 'fr--1 1 in I , 'W V JM 1 ,Q I .W A 5 'Hr .A gx I ai 9 44 fs? 'WI Organizations 4... .Maw ,lo Karen Bouteller, Miss Can, Jeanne Heuser, Greta Minsky, Kirk VanValken- burgh, and Bill Strong smile candidly after a record canned goods drive. iW,,,M-,4 -f V-13 li . .. 1: MWX,,,,,astf'S'f' 'K .,.-avr f t pix.. t fy K .. gi: rig.: 1 i - 1 -1--i i Mr. .luck Dobelhower, Student Council sponsor, is also the head of Edison's Math Department. Roger Boesche, Kirk VanValkenburgh, Jeanne Heuser, and Greta Minsky take time out to admire Edison Callings and Guiding Lights, Student Council publica- tions. tudent Council Bill Strong and Jim Taylor, co-chairmen of Edison Week, discuss plans with the chairman of each day as they prepare for Edison Week. Under the leadership of its officers, this year's Student Council made tre- mendous strides in achievement. lts efforts have benefited the entire student body, and a brighter spirit of pride and loyalty in the students toward their school has been fostered. Student Council provides a means for the ex- pression of student opinion through the VW,,,, 4 representative system that it employs. School spirit and unity have been pro- vided through its efforts, as shown by participation of the students in the ac- tivities it supports. A school record of 28,000 cans Was established in the Sal- vation Army Canned Goods Drive. Be- cause of the efforts of the council, hungry students were provided with breakfast, crepe paper was available for decorating contests, music was played during lunch, a bulletin board was provided for student notices, cars were registered, and the Edison Call- ings were on sale on the first day of school. leads a banner year. QL, K is Officers of the 1965-66 STUDENT COUNCIL are: Kirk VanValkenhurgh, vice-president, Greta Minsky, secretary, Jeanne Heuser, treasurer: and Roger Boesche, president. Members of STUDENT COUNCIL are Seated: Kirk VanValkenhurgh, vice-presidentg Roger Boesche, president, Mr. Dobelbower, sponsor, Greta Minsky, secretary, Jeanne Heuser, treasurerg Row 1: M. Luhin J. Fredcnherger, S. Andress, M. Gore, S. Dale, D. Dimit, D. Danner, N. Netherton, L. Murray, B. Donkin, B. Lubin, D. Donkin, K. Rhodes B. McClure, M. Potter, M. Singer, S. Euhanksg Row 2: R. Purdy B. Hubbell, J. Helm, P. Swan, L. Sumpter, D. Staines, S. Vale, P Luftgen, J. Johnson, S. Goodman, C. Cowart, J. Hardy, S. Fadem, S 1 Shoemaker, R. Krurnme, P. Lyons: Row 3: D. White, B. Sipes, B. Murray, A. Smith, S. Floyd, S. Bodley, J. Montgomery, M. Wienecke, C. Haden, B. Deupree, S. Ranck, M. Miller, S. Harrington, K. Roller, B, Holway, K. Shoemaker, J. Taylor, E. Williamson, Row 4: J. Knob- lock, M. Haden, N. Bennett, K. Brown, D. Sanders, M. Erni, R. Rorscliach, M. Munger, Davis, K. Brcndle, M. Aubrey, D. Phillips, K. Francy, B. Strong, S. Roberts, S. Ogier. NATIONAL nance. 6651217 QM J Z x F2 u L 5 . Q I X ff!! Q1 'J L Miss Charlene Clark, sponsor Mrs. Sydney Powell, sponsor Stephen Lynn Read, president Robert Fredric Rorschach, vice-president Sharon Christine Andress, secretary Mary Eileen Davis, treasurer Karla Beth Abel Joan McRae Ahrens Howard Wesley Allen Merrilyn Reynolds Alston Julie Andelman Gary Bruce Anderson Kathleen Kay Bailey Amos A. Baker Sandra Darlene Barber Janis LaRae Bass Stephen Ray Bauter Gary Beauchamp Marilyn R. Becker Eugenia Kay Bement Mary Lee Bird Linda Irene Blank Roger Carlton Boesche Susan Joan Borchard Candace Montague Borland Jo Karen Bouteller Cheri Hudene Brashear Katheryn Ann Brewer William Travis Briscoe David Erskine Broach Carol Ann Brouse Catherine Ellen Brown Donald' Gregory Brown Martha Gail Brown Wiley, William Bryant Barbara Jane Bueg Rosemary Bumpass Helen Amanda Byrne William David Caldwell Natlonal Claudette Renee Campbell John Edward Capehart Georganne Close Dan Clutch, Jr. Deena Marilyn Cohen Linda Joyce Cottier John Sleeper Danner Jo Linda Davis Marsha Lynn Davis LeRoy James Deatherage Randy Scott Denton William Mac Devin Carolyn Sue Disch Diana Jeanne Donl-:in Mary Evelyn Dougherty Charles Henry Dudding Gary Owen Dundee James Ray Ehart John Langley Eliot Suzanne Eubanks Stephen Zale Fadem Linda Kaye Farris Douglas Alan Fitts Margaret Michele Ford Arthur Richard Fox Penny Lou Fuller Phillip Allen Gelwich Sharon Marie Gilmore Dena Lee Glazer Steven Robert Goad Patricia Ann Goldrich Elizabeth Anne Gorrell Charles Gary Graham Rebecca W yly Graves Karen Kay Gregory Gail Claudia Groom William Robert Grubb John Baxter Hamilton Norma Jean Hargis Anna Lucille Harwood Pamela Diane Heath Barbara Sue Henthorne Janine Henshaw John Robert H etherington Jeanne Louise Heuser Michael Baxter Highland Honor Society Daniel Gary Hoar David Fulton Hoppes Sarah Melanie Houston Ross Ihemire David Earl Inhofe Patricia Lee Inhofe Linda Anne Ives Nancy lleen Jackson Robert Alexander jackson Deborah Jane johnson Julie Marie Johnson Pamela Dian johnson Patricia Gayle fohnson Barbara Elaine Kravetz Doesjha Della Kroeze David William Krumme Phyllis Susan Kubista Teresa Ann Lee Susan Keene Little Patricia lean Luttgen Robert Stanley Lyon Judy Lynne Maciula Bruce foseph Martin Patricia Ellen Martin Ann Elizabeth McCune Carol Jane McEwen Charles Huffman McKee Ray Walton McKewon, ,lr Rosemary Nancy McNair Vicki Lynn McNickle Paula Ann Meyer Jennifer fan Montgomery Kathlynn Elizabeth Moore Gary Louis Morse Mary Lou Mungen William Gene Musgrove Richard Creighton Neville Mary Kathryn Norberg Steven Russell Ogier Brenda Kay 0,Neal Robert Dale Owen ,leloria L. Owens Pamela Sue Pearson Pamela Ann Perryman David Stewart Petta Robert Donaldson Phillips Cynthia Ann Piland Nancy Goodman Pratt William Randolph Purdy Barbara Kathryn Reed Karen ,lane Reid Connie Ann Rice Jeanette Riclfabaugh Barbara Lynn Rips Barbara ,lo Romero Raymond Kenneth Rose Gary Lee Rosenthal James Randall Routsong Marcia Ann Rowland Rex Edward Rumbaugh Leland Reed Seay Norma Louise Seay Douglas Carson Selinger Mary Katherine Shipley Elizabeth Lou Simpson Betty Ann Sipes Sibyl Andrea Smith Karen Lynn Smith Sara Ann Smith Mary Ellen Spicer Dorothy ,lean Spleth Tracy Lynn Standfield Stanley Michael Symansl-ci, ,lr Darlene ,l. Taylor James Andrew Taylor Nancy Elizabeth Thomas Patricia Ann T idwell Richard Linton Turner, fr. ,lack Raymond Vreeland Ann Elizabeth Weisman Stephen Thomas W ertz Marina Woller W ienecl-ce Margie Michal Williams Sheila Alison Williams james Boyd Woodard ,lean Wright ,lean Doris Wyant Martha Katheryn York Carroll Lynn Yost Elizabeth Ann Young Suzanne Kay Zumwalt 'Jerry Bob Lee and Amy Clark give Mrs. Salter coffee for Teacher Appreciation Day. The purpose of the Junior High Student Council is to promote leadership, scholarship, and citizenship. It was composed of representatives from the seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students. It gave the students a voice in their school government, and created school spirit and loyalty. This year, the Student Council gave a tea for Teacher Appreciation Day during Education Week. During Brotherhood Week, the Council had a Brother- hood Breakfast, inviting all students. At Christmas, it bought and trimmed a tree to decorate the school. To raise funds, it sold Edison pens and the Junior High Edison Calling. The Student Council accomplished much this year with the aid of its capable sponsor, Mr. Gerard. Officers are Barbara Baker, parliamentariang Anne Tarbel, treasurerg Paula Shapiro, corresponding secretary, Pat Standfield, recording secretary, Bill Meyer, v1ce presidentg Jerry Bob Lee, president. ,Junior hi h clubs I Members are Seated: Jerry Bob Lee, Bill Meyer, Pat Stanfield, Paula Shapiro, Anne Tarbel, Barbara Baker, Row 1: Mr. Gerard, Ellen Singer, Judy Palmer, Bobby Bailey, Debby Lubin, Bobby Nelson, Franky DeLarzelerc, David Cllatcnever, Katy Martin, Harry Baker, Laurie Cockrell, Stephanie Eley, David Morgan, Jane Robbins, Mary Samuelson, Tuck Andress, Chris Land, David Reederg Row 2: Ann Kris Ihrig, Melanie Wenger, Tony Saab, Marilyn Murphy, Jeff Kopel- man, Linda Williams, Mary Feldman, Martin Jacobs, Keith Jones, Todd Henshawg Row 3: Scott Beaty, Amy Clark, Lee Levinson, Leann Hatten, Frank Rhodes, Barbara Lee, Britt Wasson, Ruth Shapiro, Chris Beeson, Susan Wilbanks, Don Froning, Judy Carlson, Scott Bowen, Sally Slemaker, Tony Mirkin, Diana Lee. Dee Clazer, Pam Mayfield, Mark Munson, Sally Martin, Jim Rodgers, at Members of K-CLUB are Row 1: Craig Lubin, Randy Cohen, Chris ers, Stuart Fox, Barry Eisen, Tom Miller, Todd Hensliawg Row 4: Teeter, Phil Ellcr, Mr. Miller, sponsor: Row 2: Forrest Craig, Curtis Houston Jameson, Gordon Wilder, Steve Coulter, Don Froning, Andy Gimlin, Jeff Kopelman, Ray Payne, Steve Hoppesg Row 3: Jim Rodg- Seigel. give services to community. 1 l Officers of K-CLUB are Sealed: Craig Luhin, president: Randy Cohen, vice president: Standing: Chris Teeter, secretaryg Phil Eller, treasurer. The members of K-Club are outstanding ninth-grade boys with leadership abilities. They work for the better- ment of Edison Junior High and for the community. They are sponsored by the Utica Square Kiwanis Club. Their advisor this year was Mr. Glennis Miller. This past year, K-Club members sold tickets to the annual Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast. Closely associ- ated with the Key Club, this was a joint project made successful by the combined efforts of both clubs. Its members also efficiently operated a lost and found for the student body. As a money raising project, the K-Club challenged the faculty in a basketball game. The club was a benefit to both faculty and students. Earl Peeples, Phil Eller, Craig Lubin, and Chris Teter practice for the K-Club-Faculty basketball game. Begun in 1959 as a school service organiza- tion, Usherettes extended its services to the com- munity with its membership growing from twelve girls in its first year to the forty-two outstanding seniors comprising its roster during the '65-'66 school year. Members participated in such notable endeavors as 4'Project Headstartw, devoting many hours of work to helping the less fortunate. Gther , activities included ushering at the Tulsa Little fl Theater, senior commencement and vespers, school plays and Back-to-School Night. Dr. Sarah . Burkhart, sponsor, provided the guidance that led the club to its place as one of Edison's foremost organizations, serving the best interests of the 5 K, V school and the community. Officers of USHERETTES are Nancy Pratt, historian, Carol Ann Haden, sec- retary-treasurer, Ginny Aubrey, vice-president, Loni Sumpter, president. Members of USHERETTES are Row 1: Sandra Vale, Sharon An- Row 15 Jan Smart, Anita Chance, Cathy Payne, Connie Rice, Loni df9SS, LUCY MUTTHY, Terri Lee, Janine HGHSIUIW1 Gimli' Aubfey, Sumpter, Michele Ford, Karen Smith, Mary Spicer, Andrea Smith, Belinda I-Ubin, Patty Anderson, GF'-il CTOOHT, Bettie D0HkiI1, LYHH Row 2: Greta Minsky, Betty Gorrell, Betsy Schumann, Cheri Bra- Moore, Patty Lyonsg Row 2: Dibby Young, Gerry Sobel, Susan shear, Marina Wienecke, Jenny Montgomery, Jeanne Heuser, Kay Winters, Karla Abel, Carol Ann Haden, Pat Tidwell, Kaye Farris, De11Rhode5, Gai1Bfown, Sandy Bodley, Jeanie Bement, Marsha Davis, Vicki McNickle, Nancy Pratt. , 'ii vfff V .ff , "-,' M W ,Q .,,w"" - W ,W 4- V ' , N A139 KEY CLUB officers are Randy Purdy, presidentg Kirk Van Valkenhurg, secretary, Don Brown, treasurer, Cary Graham, senior director, Skip Gish, vice-president, Dan Dumas, junior director, John Danner, sergeant-at-arms. benefit Edison. The Edison Key Club was cre- ated to help students realize their leadership potential through school and community service. Co-spon- sors Jim Smith and Bob Caldwell directed the energies of the club, ifs.?f.'1."'..i'., , which, in eo-ordination with Ush- erettes, provided ushers for all school productions, and the group participated in many charity drives. Lucy Murray was chosen as sweet- heart at the annual Key Club dance. Co-sponsors are Bob Caldwell and Jim Smith. Lucy Murray Key Club Sweetheart l ..,e...,..? , l KEY CLUB members for 1966 are Row 1: Kirk VanValkenlJurgh, Don Brown, Randy Purdy, Skip Gish, Row 2: Kevin Leonard, Mark Singer, Jim Steinmeyerg Roy 3: Mr. Caldwell, Dan Dumas, Kip Stacy, Kim White, Jim Taylor, Gary Rosenthal, Ulric Willers, Bill White, Ken Shoemaker, Wiley, Bryant, Richard Neville, Jack Steinmeyer, Mr. Smith, Row 4: Richard Schermerhorn, Steve Quinn, Steve Shoemaker, Roger Boesche, Ray McKew0n, Bob Nichols, Danny Hoar, Steve Read, Doug Phillips, Bob Farris, Mark Humphrey, David White, Bob Phil- lips, Bill Strong, Jim Jordan, John Danner, Steve Ogier, Keith Roller, David Jaeger, Kent Francy. Members of FRENCH CLUB are Seated: Mrs. Carney, sponsor, Terri Lee, president, Cheri Brashear, vice-president, Doug Selinger, pro- gram chairman, Janine Henshaw, secretary, Candy Borland, treasurer, Row 1: Ulric Willers, Lynn Moore, Anita Chance, Lindsay Dunn, Rhonda Thornton, Julie Andelman, Linda Ling, Sandy Bodley, Bar- bara Rips, Steve Sherber, Debbie Ross, Linda Dorsett, Shelly Katz, Claudia Jones, George Howard, Row 2: Vicki Schneider, Mary Henry, Wendy Hale, Karen Froning, DeeDee Davidson, Sharon Andress, Mary Mulmed, Sue Goodman, Barbara Enlow, Cathy Erskine, Jean Schricker, Ronni Marrin, Kathy Bailey, Barbara Flint, Janic Smart, Mary Anne Knapp, Row 3: Susie Whitmore, Karen Tag, Leslie Wilbanks, Reka Borland, LaVunn Wilson, Chris Chandler, Dixie Francis, Vicki Graf, Cheryl Palmer, Jo Karen Bouteller, Mickey Ford, Vicki Wright, Tracy Stanfield, Jane Hawkins, Patricia Martin, Cyndi Brighton, Row 4: Judy Fell, Janet Hudson, Anne Walker, Janet Crawford, Patti Cooper, Debby Johnson, Joan Ahrens, Glenda Curby, Valentine Gilfoy, Gerry Rich, Dena Clazer, Anna Harwood, Norma Hargis, Charlotte Bentley, Patty Akins, Jane Wilder. The purpose of the French Club is to promote an interest in the French language and culture. Its sponsor, Helen Carney, has Worked long and hard to provide the casual atmosphere in which many enjoyable and stimulating programs have been presented. This year has been particularly rich in projects and activities. Three of French Club's four offi- cers travelled abroad during the summer months. Films and informal lectures enriched many of the monthly meetings. The highlight of the group's Work came in January when French Club pre- sented 4'Discotheque", in the typically congenial French style. Cheri Brashear, Terri Lee and Janine Henshaw discuss plans for French Clulfs upcoming discotheque. Language clubs Q3 FRENCH CLUB officers are Janine Henshaw, secretary, Terri Lee, president, Cheri Brashear, vice-presidentg Candy Borland, treasurer, Doug Selinger, program chair- rnan. Members of the JUNIOR HIGH FRENCH CLUB are Seated: Ruth Shapiro, Jeanette Stokes, Paula Shapiro, Eleanor Weisman, Mrs. Griffin, Row 1: Jeannie White, Becky Hyden, Jean Bartlett, Carol Mantooth, Ann Patterson, Betsy Rorschach, Nancy Hutchinson, Wendy Eubanks, .lean Martin, Pris Coleman, Row 2: Suzy Henry, Pixie Lee, Sara Hammond, Linda Shaffer, Terry Blafe, Dana Hostetter, Diance Block, Carol Lewis, Demi Rosenthal, Pam Mayfield, Betty Aubreyg Row 3: Luaxme Hannis, Barbara Lee, Susan Ross, Linda Sisemore, Melissa Morgan, Marian McKeague, Betsy Hettinger, Carrie Ross, Susan Hara. promote culture. The German Club, organized at Edison in 1965, was formed. to give German students an insight into the lives and customs of the Teutonic peoples. A part of the Inter-city German Club, the Edison organization has sponsored a variety of -projects in which its members have participated, including a Ger- manic celebration of Christmas. GERMAN CLUB officers are seated: Martha Huf- ford, student council rcpresentativeg Steve Fadem, vice-president, Ken Brendle, student council rep- resentative, Standing: Mrs. Globe, sponsorg Jan Jones secretary, Lyle Eeslcy, President The Junior High French Club, sponsored by Mrs. Griffin, helps cultivate for the student an interest in French deeper than that in most academic subjects. Through films, guest speakers and group activities, the French language is made to be- come fun and alive and the people real and vivid. FRENCH CLUB officers are Ruth Sha- piro, president, Jeanette Stokes, vice- presidentg Paula Shapiro, secretary, and Eleanor Weisman, treasurer. Members of GERMAN CLUB are Row 1: Steve Fadem, Patty Akins, Sue Fisher, Nancy Pratt, Mrs. Globe, sponsorg Row 2: Gary Morse, Kcn Brendle, Paul Bolon, Barry Slodck. The purpose of the Junior Classical League is to promote a more thorough knowledge of Roman life, history and literature, to impart a better understand- ing of the practical and cultural value of the classics, and to interest other students in the classical lan- guage. Lucy Duckworth, the sponsor of Latin Club, has helped to organize and carry out the many worth- while and enjoyable activities of the club. Members of Latin Club plan their annual banquet featuring the traditional dress of the Romans. " , 5,,.,'ffffkh, ' le- 'sw' 2 t JP' '-11 ZW . , ' 4 fx' vt, Officers of LATIN CLUB are Loni Sumpter, president, Chris Cramer, vice- presidentg Marsha Davis, secretaryg Mike Howerton, treasurerg Knot picturedl Sharon Gilmore, historian. Foreign studies Members of LATIN CLUB are Seated: Sharon Gilmore, historian, Mike Howerton, treasurerg Marsha Davis, secretary, Chris Cramer, vice-president, Loni Sumpter, president, Row 1: Mary Samuelson, Roxy Foster, Janet Butler, Jane Ann Moore, Mary Jane Andrews, Pamela Wilson, Steve Fadern, Linda Neck, Arthur Fox, Becky Graves, Peggy Cantrell, Martha Cronkg Row 2: Sharon Sherman, Rene Riddle, Tammy Smith, Carroll Yost, Susan Robohm, Ann Luttgen, Gerry Palmer, Karla Abel, Susan Little, Linda Reilly, Mary Lou Olsen, Vicki lhrig, .lane Fredenbergerg ,Row 3: Susan Hill, Steve Eubanks, Mike Robinson, Dan Clutch, Jeff Weiss, Lucia Palmer, Claudette Campbell, Andrea Morava, Jana Bell, Cathey Craverg Row 4: David Hannis, Karen Brown, Beverly Baker, Steve Rathmann, Linton Turner, Raymond Rose, Sara Smith, Linda Gibbon, Becky Rutledge, Janet Crawford, Betsy Gabriel, Barbara Romero. Members of SENIOR HIGH SPANISH CLUB are Mrs. Sanchez, sponsor: Sue Wiedemann, treasurer, Ann Heller, secretary, Judy Maeiula, vice-president, Row 1: Margaret Ghan, Carol Trenfield, Vicki Simpson, Diana Donkin, ,Ioan Hardy, Mark Singer, .leanne Heller, Stevie Dale: Row 2: Beth Osher, Kathey Krohn, Christie Bean, Sue Goodman, Darlene Cotton, Betty Sipes, Barbara Brown, Janis Bass, Bettie Donkin, ,lane Campbell, Jean Wright, Marcia Mal- broaden horizons. Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Sanchez had a very active schedule this year. Through weekend donut sales the club raised money for an excursion to Old Mexico, an added incentive for learning the language. Also on the agenda was a Spanish festival celebrated at the end of the Year. The Junior High Spanish Club, sponsored by Mrs. Mary Childs, Worked toward com- plimenting an increasing growth of interest in the Spanish language, It gave a chance for serious students to excel. ff beufg Row 3: Nancy Wright, Gwen McAdams, Cathy Staines, Mark S. Davis, Mike Matters, Laurie Lewis, Diane Staines, Ann Ewing, Rob Searcy, Kathy Carroll, Marilyn Miller, Mary Ann Holloway, Row 4: Sharon Turney, Shannah Ziemer, Gloria Renfrow, Mark Seigel, Debby Stevenson, Steve Lambeth, David White, David Inhoie, Cary Morse, Gary Rosenthal, Dennis Sehwabe, Elaine Bowman. Lie! Spanish Club discusses their coming trip to Mexico. Members of JUNIOR HIGH SPANISH CLUB are Row I: Nancy Stephenson, Carla Brown, Randy Wells, Steve Karey: Row 2: Susan Cohn, Jody Fork, ,Ian Moore, Chris Besselman, Sandra Hall, Row 3: Debbie Attaway, Suzan Mann, Adrienne Jones, Steve Cohen, Terry Rosenthal, Bobby Nelson, Row 4: Beverly Tabor, Laura Hall, David Hall, Kathy Nixon, Gary Baldwin. LETTERMEN'S CLUB officers are Tom Keeling, secretary-treasurerg Bill White, presidentg and Steve Quinn, sergeant-at-arms. Since the Lettermen's Club was reactivated in 1964, Bill White, working with sponsor Gene Shell, con- tributed to the club's enthusiasm. To co-ordinate the various fields of athletics, Lettermen's Club this year introduced a newspaper, Action, covering each sport represented at Edison. Profits from this newspaper were used for the annual Lettermen's Club Banquet, honoring the diverse Athletes of the Month and the clubis highest honor, Athlete of the Year. l l Students work 5 ' 2 ' 3 ' 3 Qt E Q- f ' Q Members of LETTERMEN'S CLUB are Seated: Steve Quinn, Tom Keeling, David Waigenblatt, Bill Whitcg Row 1: Lucy Murray, Patty Anderson, Pam Swan, Diana Donkin, Mary Ernie, Peggy Easter, ,lulic Johnson, Bettie Donkin, .lane Fredenhcrgerg Row 2: Eldin Hoffman, Clint Wade, Gary Rosenthal, Jay Friedman, Steve Weiclicrt, Les Dickson, Randy Purdy, Rick Loveless, Chuck McGowen, John Paul, Scott Harrington. Skip Gish, Row 3: David Hartson, Hike Valant, . in if . If A Lad Larson, Ken Shoemaker, Larry Catron, Danny Hoar, Kip Stacy, Gary Graham, Larry O'Reilly, Jim Kee, Bonny Johnson, ,lohn Gederg Row 4: Chuck Creekmorc, .lim Jordan, Mike Goldberg, .lohn McCor- mack, Tim Curry, Harry Evans, Bill Strong, Sam Wllilellill, Corky Sayles, George Conger, Bill Jeffers, Bernard Bigby, John Danner, Roger Gray, Bob Nichols. Dennis Barnes, Coach Gene Shell. Barbara Burket, Thespian sponsor, discusses ticket tactics for the Shakespearean plays with Jenny Montgomery, Bill McCright and Nancy McNair. Since its organization in 1958, Thespian Troupe lil has promoted standards of excellence in all phases of the Dramatic Arts. Under the direction of Miss Barbara Burket, the troupe has presented Speech Arts plays and a c'Scenes Nightf' Mem- bership is comprised of diligent students who have devoted many hours to the production of plays, assemblies and other thespic activities at Edison. This year Edison's Thespians have been sponsors in bring- ing the National Shakespearean Players to Tulsa. This cul- tural eontribution is the first of its kind ever presented in Oklahoma. for membership. Officers of THESPIANS are Nancy McNair, secretary, Bill Mc- Cright, president, Jenny Montgomery, treasurer, Barbara Murray, vice-presidentg Marti York, scribe. Members of THESPIANS are Row 1: Marti York, scribeg Nancy McNair, secretaryg Bill McCright, presidentg Barbara Murray, vice- presidentg Jenny Montgomery, treasurer, Row 2: Mr. Goode, Sandy Barber, Lynn Moore, Karen Reid, Jeff MacKay, Ann Heller, Anna Harwood, Marcia Rowland, Penny Van Hoose, Barbara Rips, Julie Andelman, Miss Burketg Row 3: Mr. Crowell, Darlene Cotton, Bettie Donkin, Peggy Owens, Genny Cowan, Gayle Schweers, Mark Buchner, Gary Graham, Suzy Zumwaltg Row 4: Melissa Potter, Sandra Vale, Greta Minsky, Gary Nevins, Bob Newton, David Cooper, Galen Bald- win, J. D. Chapman, Bay Estep. Squad leaders of TALONS are Row 1: Susan Shelton, Johnna Brand, Karen Smith, Diane Danner, Kay Cronk, Carol Crews, Row 2.' Martha Cronk, Julie Andelman, Kay Wheatley, Mary Adams, Mikey McGee, Mary Byrdg Row 3: Janine Henshaw, Nancy Bowan, Kathy Hoar, Jeanne Heuser, Betty Gorrell, Marsha Davis, Gerry Palmer, Lucia Palmer, Kathy Davis. Edison's first pep club was organized in 1955 for the purpose of promoting school spirit. ln 1957, Wfalonsi' was chosen as the name for the pep club, and a regulation outfit of a kelly green skirt and the letter HEU on a White V-neck sweater was selected. This year, Talons, co-sponsored by Saundra Ros- enbum and Marcia Berry, sponsored bus trips for out-of-town football games, sold ribbons, green-and-White pompoms and charms, made posters and signs for the halls and showcases, sponsored decorating contests, pep ral- lies and mixers. Skits were presented at the morning meetings. During these meetings, boys participating in the Vari- ous sports were honored with poems, good luck charms and cheers. Every Monday morning, following a victory the Week before, the "victory flag" was raised. Talons spurs Kaye Farris, Talons' treasurer, demonstrates the spirit of thc pep club by hanging' posters in the halls. ,,,,,,.,WW ,,,, M Patty Anderson, Janet Roberts and Susan Robohm help promote school spirit by making posters for the pep club. enthusiasm. 065350 - . H -f-ig... ...----- 'i"4"""'ii,,, , , Officers of TALONS are Cathy Payne, vice-president, Patty Lyons, secretary, Kaye Farris, treasurer: Jenny Montgom- ery, president: Cnot picturedl Susan Shelton, program chair- man. Members of TALONS are Kneeling: J. Freden- berger, B. Donlcin, J. Johnson, P. Easter, M. Erni, D. Donkin, P. Swan, P. Anderson, L. Murray, Row 1: S. Rosenbum, C. Payne, K. Farris, J. Montgomery, P. Lyons, S. Shelton, Row 2: J. Wood, J. Day, C. Bentley, L. Ling, B. Gorrell, M. Ford, M. Wienecke, C. Brashear, J. Bement, K. Reid, L. Heidinger, R. Boner, P. Oberstein, N. Thomas, P. VanHoose, T. Clements, V. Schnei- der, M. Spicer, B. Flint, B. Lubin, S. Little, Row 3: P. Tidwell, M. Davis, B. Groh, H. Ziemer, G. Renfrow, J. West, L. Cates, P. Garman, W. Hale, L. Crombie, P. Fuller, K. Gregory, P. Smith, K. Rhodes, S. Williams, K. Bogle, K. Smith, J. Matheney, C. Brown, J. Boutellerg Row 4: B. Schumann, J. Smart, C. Crews, D. Glazer, P. Martin, D. Byers, P. Heath, A. Chance, L. Calla- way, G. Rogers, S. Johnson, M. Gallagher, S. Steele, D. Shell, C. Anderson, R. Motley, M. Al- ston, G. Curbyg Row 5: B. Romero, K. Goodnight, C. Cates, C. Jones, M. Knapp, K. Cronk, C. Rose, N. Sundvahl, R. Buller, D. Jehs, L. Buller, P. Crouch, C. Craig, J. Clauser, B. DeMerritt, R. Smalley, Row 6: J. Sokol, C. Vinnedge, G. Palmer, L. Dunn, R. Thornton, B. Beard, G. McAdams, B. Pratt, C. Hilton, M. White, S. Hill, J. Dossey, N. Bowen, P. Cantrell, D. Stevenson, M. Hicks, M. Caldwell, A. Howard, A. Todhunter, S. Morgan, C. Staines: Row 7: P. Mooney, C. Heller, P. Wood, C. Hawkins, F.. Harshman, L. Selman, S. Wise, L. Lantow, M. Lumley, A. Luttgen, M. Sharp, V. Graf, C. Hatcher, L. Wilson, A. Spencer, C. lmler, P. Hager, M. Cronk, K. Hear, M. Miller, L. Scott, Row 8: J. Roberts, N. Back, J. Morrison, M. Morse, S. Miller, S. Dale, C. Owen, D. Daniel, C. Chandler, D. Dollins, C. Heller, C. Schwend, A. Heller, L. Willbanks, R. Bumpass, K. Froning, C. Trenfield, V. Simpson, C. Sublett. Swimming formations such as this symmetrical design highlight the group's performance. Swimettes, organized in 1954 by Pat Houston, its present sponsor, strives to encourage an interest in synchronized swimming and water ballet. Each year, tryouts are held in both spring and fall, with a work- shop for new members in the spring. In .lVlay, a picnic honoring new members is held. Swimettes, origi- nally composed of fifteen girls, now has a membership of thirty-nine. This year's water show, consisting of 11 acts and a finale, was pre- sented March 2-5, and followed the theme of Pinocchio. Swimettes combines sts.. ' T ' gm' t v.1,,-5. K 1, ,K A n Yr. ' ' . .A ' f i. 5' 'bi if .Nj . 'lui if 'y-A K it .4 A . ... t Mn K . 5: . it . as . K V. can . In addition to their swimming formations, diving is an integral Many hours gf planning and practice go into the making gf a gnc. part of the Swimettes' show. Cessful Show, Officers of SWIMETTES are Patty Lyons, secretary, Marina Wieneeke, president, .lohnna Brand, vice-president, Patti Luttgen, treasurer, Nancy Pratt, historian. beauty and grace. A- .L , .ix ., ' 1. W s K K . NN, . MK'-K N"l"h" .rx 'J Hi' Ann MeCune assists Barbara Reed in the super- vision of an act from the annual Swimettes show. an L L L 4 Members of SWDIETTES are Row 1: Johnna Brand, Cathy Payne, Patty Lyons, Marina Wienecke, Nancy Pratt, Cindy Combs, Jane Campbell, Susan Little, Patty Anderson, Lucy Murray, Carol Brouseg Row 2: Sara Shaffer, Cris Chandler, Maureen Thralls, Barbara Reed, Ann McCune, Leah Livingston, Linda Reilly, Margaret Heatley, Betsy Pratt, Melanie Houston, Jeanette McKewon, Neva Sundvahl, Cheryl Clarke, Row 3: Wendy Barnes, Cathy Fehr, Mary Shoemaker, Molly Rorschach, Nancy Bowen, Ellen Shepherd, Gwen McAdams, Margie White, Claudia Chavers, Joan Hardy, Susan Dunn, Donna Grubb, Dorothy MeKewon. Cindy Hilton and Linda Axley wash windows to remind Tulsans of their civic duty to donate blood. 3 .513 - m Officers of the HIGH SCHOOL RED CROSS are, S. McCravey, treasurerg N. Back, reporterg R. Burke, secretary, R. Schermerhorn, vice-president, Bill Bond, president. Members of the High School Red Cross, in serving their country, community, and school, strive to ameliorate some of the exigent problems confronting our society today. This year, activities of the club included sending gifts to the soldiers and children in South Vietnam, presenting talent shows at the Veterans Hospitals and County Farm, and sponsoring the annual Red Cross drive. The club's industrious sponsor, Miss Parish, who dedicated much time and energy to assist the members with their many service projects, deserves much of the credit for their success. Students learn Members of the HIGH SCHOOL RED CROSS are, Sealed: Neila Back, Rita Burke, Richard Schermerhorn, Bill Bond, David Crawford, Anne Walker, Sue Wiedemanng Row 1: Gloria Rentrow, lan Smart, Sally McCravey, Cinda Hill, Wendy Hale, Jeanie West, Debbie Farmer, Harriet Huff, Merrilyn Alston, Kay Cronk, Sharon Shute, Cyndi Hil- ton, Brenda Stocktong Row 2: Vicki Schneider, Laura Heidenger, Nancy Pratt, Sara Smith, Michele Ford, Jo Karen Bouteller, Becky Bass, Becky Rutledge, Cathey Lindsay, Chere Lublett, Carol Yost, Linda Akley, Priscilla Bickle, Jean Jones, Susie Whitmore, Mary Beth Wheatleyg Row 3: Linda Ling, Kathy Brown, Chris Berg, Mark Champion, Phil Gilwick, Steve Bernier, Tom Atkinson, John Sieler, Larry Smith, Barney Welch, Corky Sayles, ,loan Tidwell, Andrea Neilson. L: E s i Members of the RED CROSS are, Row I: Donny Adkison, Dorothy McKewon, treasurer, Judy Peirson, 2nd vice-president, Janet Morgan, secretary: Debbie Tessier, 1st vice-president: Todd Kangas, president: Row 2: Kurt Barron, Christina Frederick, Melanie Rich, Meg Keeling, Vanessa Montgomery, Luanne Hannis, Kirk Littlefield, Rich Nelson, to help others. Through service and cooperation, the members of the Junior High , Red Cross acquire a better insight ' 5 into the problems of our omnifari- ous society and develop their attri- e butes of leadership and citizenship. Members of Leader Corps willingg ly and enthusiastically assist the junior high girls, gym teachers by leading exercises and caring for equipment. Their diligent service earns them a picnic at the end of the year. E 5 Row 3: Janet Froed, Carol King, Ginny DeMerritt, Curtis Gimlin, Bill Duncan, Kenneth Schmectt, Freddy Davis, Dan Ives, Row 4: Tom Widmwar, Linda Mundt, Brian Brouse, Anita Cottier, Ken Harwood, Vicki Vinson, Terry Rosenthal, Demi Rosenthal, Bill Russel, Debbie Turner, Kathy Smith. Members of LEADER CORPS are, Row 1: Pat Stanfield, president, Katy Martin, vice president: Barbara Lee, secretary-treasurer, Row 2: Mary Dratz, Linda Shaffer, Brookie Like, Susan Teis, Janie Archibald, Debi Erwin, Debbie Tessier, Kay Lee, Julie Kennon, Row 3: Janet Wood, Anita Cottier, Laura Hall, Pam Mayfield, Karann Steward, Betty Aubrey, Linda Wise, Kathy Greffithg Julie Kennon and Linda Clyburn, mem- bers of Leader Corps, hand equipment to Nancy Stephanson for gym class. Row 4: Nancy Newsom, sponsor: Carla Brown. Officers of AQUILLAS are, Kathie Mungen, treasurerg Pam Wilson, presidentg Lindsay Patterson, secretary, Patty Tessier, bulletin chairman, Ruth Shapiro, program chairman, ,lan Patterson, service chairman. Mrs. Zoe White, sponsor, and Pam Wilson on an Aquilla project. work Aquillas was a service organiza- tion sponsored by Mrs. Zoe White. It has been serving Edison Junior High for the past seven years. Aquilla Club was composed of out- standing ninth grade girls. The girls who led this organization were president, Pamela Wilson, secretary, Lindsay Patterson g treasurer, Kathie Mungeng bulletin chairman, Patty Tessierg program chairman, Ruth Shapirog service chairman, ,lan Patterson. They served Edison in various ways: by working in the library, the main office, counselor,s office, and the nursebs office. Aquillas ushered at school functions and helped teachers upon request. This year, Aquillas bettered Edi- son by ushering at a variety of school events and ffuidinfr at Back- to-School Night. D D Aquillas Work for if wsfgsar.. . Becky Farmer, Margy Withington, and Jan Briggs aid the school by working in the Su2yHCHrypiCkSuPHUCHd11HC0S1ipS- office. tg! Library assistants are Row 1: Sue Kindschi, Betty Aubrey, Sharon Phipps, Linda Frawley, Jan Patterson, Donna Cahill, Cindy Gassaway, Amy Clark, Katy Brocksmith, Lynn Ludman, Sharon Greenwood, Jeannine Wiley, Viva Ashcroft, Debby Tidwell, Jeanette Stokes, Row 2: Joan Crager, Kathy Griffith, Michele Anderson, Georgann xxx, i Wallingford, Meredith Felts, Lindsay Patterson, Gail Thayer, Linda Clyburn, Susan YZ, faculty and students. Jane Ann Moore helps Mr. Conner as teacher's aide. f .1-mi.-,... . S 5 -if ."t .K J 5 ' . ai . J , teii 1 . , iff. . ,t . 'ie - , t 2 ,-fiffi' Q , A . . Members of AQUILLAS are, Seated: P. Wilson, L. Patterson, K. Mungen, P. Tessier, R. Shapiro, J. Patterson, Row 1: E. Weisman D. Tidwell, R. Foster, C. Gassaway, D. Cahill, J. Wombie, J. Miller, Row 2: M. Whitt, S. Miller, J. Wood, V. Asheraft, D. Maher, M. Anderson, K. Young, J. Brown, S. Holmes, M. Withington, J. Moore, J. White, S. Philips, L. Frawley, B. Farmer, R. Riddle, S. Kindschig Row 3: S. Martin, P. Mayfield, S. Taylor, B. Hyden, J. McKewon, l J. Briggs, A. Tarbel, S. Gabriel, S. Greenwood, K. Scott, S. Young, K. Bair, K. Brocksmith, M. Felts, A. Clark, J. Stokes, S. Henry, B. Aubrey, Row 4: L. Ludman, B. Gwartney, B. Lee, P. Shapiro, G. Thayer, J. Garner, A. Patterson, M. Sparks, J. Crager, D. Hostetter, K. Griffith, P. Maness, S. Ross, J. Wiley, G. Wallingford, L. Shaffer, S. Peters, L. Clyburn, B. Baker. Office assistants played an impor- tant role in the effective operation of the mechanical and clerical aspects of Edison. These students, both girls and boys, worked in all of the offices, the school bank, and the library for one period each day. The responsibilities they assumed varied from running errands to counting money to keeping the li- brary in order. The training which these jobs provided gave the assist- ants some idea of the discipline re- quired in similar jobs in the business world. However, this area of student participation did not relate directly to the business education depart- ment, rather, it was a type of school service which the student voluntarily performed for the good of his i school. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS are Row 1: Ann Archibald, Patty Ross, Ellen Alexander, Neilia Back, Cathy Conwayg Row 2: Karen Moreland, Shelly Hodge, Memory Stunz, Diane Rabkin, Karen Zajic, John Koons, Sandra Adkins, J. Helm, Nancy Whitaker, Jean Schricker, Melody Adams, Anne Howard, Librarian: Miss DeLay. Office assistants and , gff gs li , ri 5 SENIOR HIGH OFFICE ASSISTANTS are Seated: D. Francis, D. Phillips, C. Swanson, B. Osher, P. Dickey, M. Rowland, D. Stevenson, C. Curbyg Row 1: G. Daniel, B. Midgley, C. Disch, S. Dillman, D. Cohen, L. Lewis, C. Hanley, .l. Wood, B. Donkin, D. Ross, C. Thomas, Row 2: N. Seay, C. McCormick, J. Hardy, J. Dickerson, .L Wilson, S. Oglesby, A. Harwood, C. Brashear, M. Adams, K. Rhodes, C. Mc- Masters, C. Payne, L. Murray, Row 3: S. Hartzog, C. Dunn, .l. .lohn- son, A. Heller, M. Bird, M. Haden, R. Burke, C. Beeson, J. Bement, J. Fell, K. Smith, M. Geffen, C. Bean, S. Borchard, J. Bartong Row 4: L. Foster, S. Childress, S. Sexton, P. Owens, D. Dodge, H. McCann, P. Tidwell, J. Gibson, S. Reeds, E. Bowman, K. Moore, M. Morgan, C. Amelon, M. Elbon, J. Craig, K. Flippo, G. Turner. f. fr' 'Z Hi-Y members are: Row 1: David Petta, David Jaeger, Brent Davis, Row 2: Steve Ogier, Mike Aubrey, Chris Berg, Mark Buchner, Dan Clutch, Row 3: Steve Bauter, Jack Elder, Ulric Willersg Row 4: Larry Catron, Russell Buchner. Hi-Y provide service. The Hi-Y Club at Edison, formed in the fall of 1964, began planning its activities for the coming year that summer, During a three week period, the members raised S500 to finance their future activities. Later, the club sent a delegate to the Na- tional Hi-Y assembly in Minnesota, participated in the Officer's Train- ing Conference in Oklahoma City, and gave support to the Eastern Dis- trict Fall Conference, Hi-Y has en- gaged in Work projects such as mak- ing a workshop for the Gateway Foundation for retarded people. It has held a variety of social functions and helpful programs, including the Youth-in-Government program which provides participants with first-hand experience in democratic govern- ment. The club, along with other Hi-Y Clubs in Oklahoma, met for three days in conference rooms and Senate and House chambers of the Oklahoma State Legislature to dis- cuss and vote on bills that they had written. N Ffa 'fx-E swf? 1 Hi-Y officers are: David Jaeger, president, Steve Ogier, vice president, Russell Buchner, secretaryg and Steve Bauter, treas urer. ,-,nk Working hard to plan activities are Steve Bauter, David Jaeger, Steve Ogier, and Russell Buchner. E55 A Members of the IRC are Seated: Robert Krumme, David Krumme, Robert Owen, Ruth Motleyg Row 1: Lynda Dickerson, Lane Littlefield, Mike Mallinger, Sharon Turney, Cindy Combs, .lean Schricker, Candy Goldrickg Row 2: Marilyn Howe, Christy Nielson, Arthur Fox, Dena Glazer, Sara Smith, Marilyn Messerg Row 3: Cary Miner, Steve Fadem, Jeff Weiss, David Petta, Mike Howerton. The International Relations Club, spon- sored by Mr. McArthur, functions to encour- age harmony and understanding among the peoples of the world by offering a means to systematic discussion of timely world topics. The highlight of its year's activities was a colorful debate on the subject, "What is the Good Society?" Active participation by its members has made the IRC an important part of Edison's outside activities. Officers of IRC are: C. Coldrick, social chairman, R. Motley, secretaryg J. Schricker, membership chairman, R. Krumme, student council representa- tiveg R. Owen, presidentg D. Krumme, vice-presi- dent. umerous interest clubs Members of Edison's Debate Club strive to improve their ability to discuss controversial topics logically and effectively. During the school year, the organization debated with other high N school debate clubs in the Tulsa area on this year's national debate topic, 'cCompulsory Arbi- trationf, In a debate, the participant must be prepared to defend or attack the proposition. Cross-question debating, adopted by the Debate Club this year, was used atv the Northeastern State Convention February I8-19. H2 -Q V. , um 'lf'-f Darlene COUOH SPeHkS fOr ECHSOII in H debate 1132511512 Members of the DEBATE CLUB are Seated: Darlene Cotton, Mickey Morgan, Holland Hall. Standing: Chuck McGowen, Gary Rosenthal, Mike Hodges, Mark Coffin, Mr. Goode, sponsorg Not Pictured: Nancy Haynes, Bill Sparks. lf., if 53 JUNIOR HIGH MATH CLUB members are Row 1: Steve Karey, Randy Wellsg Row 2: Linda Bossmier, Katy Brocksmith, Kay Waldog Row 3: Susan Gabriel, David Hall, Mr. Belt, sponsor. 5 x 2 'fwxt ii ' During meeting, Susan Gabriel asks Mr. Belt Ll question about an algebra problem. Junior High Math Club was sponsored this year by Mr. Belt. The club's project consisted of a visit and de- tailed tour of Seismograph Service Company and its use of mathematics. Mu Alpha Theta was an organization created by those students Who, fascinated with numbers, wished to delve deeper into the mysteries of mathematics. The club was sponsored by lVlr. Tony Lutman, the newest faculty mem- ber to join our incomparable math department. prepare students for careers. N 'N ms Members of MU ALPHA THETA are Regina Boner, Bobby Neerman, Mr. Lutman, sponsor, Don Groth, Cheryl Craig, Sharon Gilmore. Members of stagecraft build the scenery that is used for assemblies, plays and vari- ety shows, It is also their task to operate the lighting, the sound, and the curtains during these productions. This work re- quires many extra hours of diligent effort. Under the direction of Mr. David Crowell, stagecraft members have helped to make many productions successful. As an ex- ample, this yearis Senior Class play, Liliom, one of the largest productions in Edison's history, was successful because of the fine effort of stagecraft members. In addition to these other duties, stagecraft members set up equipment foriinstructional films in the classroom. They also provide aid in running movies that are held in the audi- torium. 8 Rex Rumbaugh, as any stagecraft worker, must have a good deal of technical know-how. Stagecraft helps in .' E 1 , 1 . i -.. ' i ifz si -- .. af' ' , e ' g f it Q Y a 1 2 Q W E Members of STAGECRAFT are Row 1: D. Farmer, C. Cross, R. Burke, M. Mullen, N. Back, A. Nielsen, S. Zumwalt, N. McNair, M. York, D. Crowell, Row 2: D. Petta, M. Buchner, W. Glenn, D. Cooper, G. Anderson, G. Graham, B. Thompson, J. Tabor, R. Estep, B. Wiggins, Row 3: M. Tobey, C. Matetich, L. White, J. Chapman, B. Newton D. Carney, Ro Morgan, R. Smith, T. Mann, D. Howard, Row 4: R. DeCoursey, M. Bevis, S. Krebs, D. Gardner, G. Young, R. Rumbaugh, G. Nevins, M, Champion, B. McCright, M. Shinpaugh, M. Warrick, J. Bunch. Mike Tobey, Scott Craybill, and Fred Wiehe saw a board to be used in the construction of a set. Mr. Crowell points out measurements for Kipp Mullen and Ken Cass. o school productlons. Ralph Smith imCmlY P0ff0fmS One Of hiS YUHUY ta5k5- Gary Graham discusses with Mr. Crowell one of the many problems involved in making scenery. S C ill fl Q Members of MEDICAL CLUB are Sealed: Mrs. Pedersen, sponsor, Cathy Brown, president, Patty Akins, vice-presidentg Judy Matheney, secretary-treasurer, Steve Fadem, executive chairmang Row 1: Vicki Phillips, Sarah Maples, Gail Zarrow, Nancy Wright, Judy Baker, Donna Byers, Cathey Lindsay, Jeloria Owens, Debby Douth, Cyndi Brighton, Sharon Andress, Sharon Gilmore, Betsy Gabriel, Wendy' Hale, Pam Heath, ,lean Shricker, Linda Black, Row 2: Sandra Eddy, Medical Club, sponsored by Naomi Peder- sen, was organized to promote interest in medicine and the related fields by providing the information and opportunity for those Edison students considering careers in these fields. The clubis members have participated in a variety of activities, including a tour of Hissom Memorial Center and a trip to the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. Beverly Schmidlin, Dena Clazer, Nancy Thomas, Andrea Morava, Cary Morse, Jeff MacKay, Barbara Bueg, Carol Vanzant, Kathy Wozencraft, Linda Ling, Sherrie Benberg, Carol Crews, Mark Siegel, Mike Matters, Row 3: Gene Musgrove, Dan Clutch, Linton Turner, Mike Howerton, Arthur Fox, .lohn Sieler, Cary Dundee, Craig Moody, Duane Mooney, Claudette Campbell, Sara Smith, Linda Reilly, Pam Pearson. Organizational Variety L ,Yi Herman finds Medical Club the ideal place to MEDICAL CLUB officers Judy Matheney, secrctary-treasurerg Patty Akins, vice- study as well as to be studied. presidentg Cathy Brown, president, and Stew Fadem, executive chairmang examine orthopedic equipment at a local hospital. HONOR COMMISSION members are Todd Henshaw, president, Pam Wilson, vice-president, Suzanne Young, secretaryg Chris Teeter, secretary, Mary Samuelson, student council repre- sentative, Row 1: Adrianne Jones, Randy Christian, Laura Hall, Mary Dratz, Curtis Gimlin, Susan Chon, Margaret Whitt, sponsor, Row 2: Mary Anne Coe, Ann Patterson, Liz Lawrence, Carla Brown, Stan Smith, Bob Bryan, Row 3: Jim Rogers, Margarette Duncan, Bob Attaway, Randy Turner, Carol Lewis, Forest Craig, Stewart Fox. ' d 6I1tlC6S Stu el'ltS. JUNIOR HIGH ADVERTISING BOARD members are Row 1: Julie Glenn, Carol Lewis, Diane Dupree, Ellen Friedman, Cathey Fox, Jan Briggs, Brian Buck, Penny Marks, Laurie McCants, Pixie Lee, Row 2: Beth Fox, Cathy Barnett, Cathy Coleman, Shirley Holway, Cindy Individual honesty and integrity during testing was stressed by the Honor Commission. The commission was based on the idea that the ma- jority of the student body is honest, and that it should not pay for the mistakes of the few. The Junior High Advertising Board, sponsored by Richard Cox, managed ticket sales on all junior high productions, as well as budget ticket and yearbook sales. Dodge, Barbara Gwartney, Carolyn Pope, Paula Parrish, Phyllis Txchappat, Tammi Rosenthal, Row 3: Lon Galloway, Christ Burton, Greg McKissick, Ruth Shapiro, Bill Walker, Steve Ives, Pat Wilson, Glenn Hawkins, Kathy Byrbe. 3 1 e wi' 2 ' ' - I .,t- X , . is I v it i tl L I :zz 5 . s i E . ifw a 5:1 fgi A gr fi' i t. Q ,eng 55'- ? Advertising Board distributes School Life newspapers to the student body. Mr. Cox, Advertising Board sponsor, reviews minutes with Georganne Close, organization secretary. new Tom Wilson presents school event calendar to Edison students. o o Advertlslng Board .saw My K W 2. iw t, ....t sms X . .1 :K sw R Se ji .. ,. fix' fr' ,X I Mrs. Cole, instrumental in bringing the Shakespearean players to Tulsa, gives tickets to Dorothy Spleth, Advertising Board member. Advertising Board, organized in 1956, has finally emerged as a major organization at Edison this year. The purpose of this organization is to ad- vertise all school functions and relate to the organizations of this school, as well as the student body, the ideal of efficiency through unity. During the summer, the officers of Advertising Board finished and per- fected the draft of a constitution which has served as a model for those of other Tulsa schools. Activities this year included the sale of Edison Plaques, the initiation of a school event calen- dar which was placed in a convenient display case, and publicized the Shake- spearean players, who presented Mac- beth, As You Like It, and Hamlet at Edison the 4th and 5th of February. ADVERTISING BOARD officers are Tom Wilson, president, Betty Sipes, vice-president, Sue Oglesby, program chairman, Georganne Close, secretary, and Linda Trace, treasurer. co-ordinates school affairs. 2 SENIOR HIGH ADVERTISING BOARD members are Sue Ogleshy, program chairman, Linda Trace, treasurerg Georganne Close, secre- tary, Betty Sipes, vice-president, Tom Wilson, president, Row 1: John Bush, Kay Bogle, Christie Bean, Margaret Beard, Susie Roberts, Susie Baker, Jan Pennock, Harriet Fielding, Norma Seay, Debbi Ross, Joe Daily, Gwen McAdams, Phil Hammond, Cyndi Halton, David Morrow, Darleen Cotteng Row 2: Paul Bolon, Jodie Davis, Dorothy Spleth, Vicki Simpson, Linda Gibbon, Cheryl Dunn, Evie Harshman, Marcia Rowland, Vicki Graf, Jenny Day, Susan Morgan, Nancy Bowen, Carrie Beeson, Nancy Haynes, Steve Rodolfg Row 3: Doug Kidwell, John Cowles, Tom Atkinson, Susan Shaffer, Keta Evans, Ram Heath, Dorcas England, Patricia Martin, Caren Cates, Ceci Kinton, Sam Rhoades, John Lamons, Charles Johnson, Robert Owen. 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E? 111 11 11.1ef-.1111:1111-- 1 1 1 1111 31111111 13111 1111 11 111-1111-11111-11111141521ri11111111111111111111111111111S 41 111 1 111 111' 51 1111 -11111 11. ' 1 ' " J 1' 1-. 1-f.:.1' .11 11 -11 11 11. 1 1 11':1'111.::1,.2 Q 11:11 f- . 1 f1a 2 'n'11i'1g1,'1f1i:13 , 1 11,111:g1.esf 1 1 11 11.111141 1- 11,12 . , . 1-1111 1 111 W 1 Q1 11111 11 .W 1' 11 f' 1 1.111 ii 1 1 . it 1 'Y' Athletics HEAD COACH Qs l f as-H ,, xg. .nvF?'9x COACH JOE KIGER I A AA -. if 2,3 I COACH val Q, .- Football Varsity, Row 1: J. Vreeland, R. Johnson, K. Nix, R. Gish, J. Bennett, R. Loveless, J. Kee, D. Fleming, C. McGowan, J. Paul, J. Nelson, J. Berryman, Row 2: C. McKee, B. Gobel, J. Mathews L. Catron, D. Hoar, J. McCormack, J. Capehart, S. Read, C. Hunt: Dannef- by new staff. After a dismal 2-7 record in 1964, Edisonis emerald-clad Eagles emerged as a local gridiron power under the guidance of new head coach, Richard Chapman. The Eagles returned to the ranks of respectability with a composite 4-5 season. Coach Chapman, assisted by Don Phillips and Joe Kiger, led his team to a fine start in the All-City by defeating Hale 14-0, The next night, however, they lost to highly-regarded Rogers 13-0. Edison had several heart-breaking losses to highly ranked state powers. The Eagles staved off the powerful attack of Rogers until the final minute of the contest when Rogers squeezed into the lead to stay. A disputed referee's call on McAlester's 6-inch line gave the game to the Buffaloes as the gun sounded. The Eagles did know victories, too. Thrills were provided for the fans as Edison toppled McLain and Hale by scores of 14-12, 14-0. ln the Ponca City game, Bob Nichols provided a show-time finish by racing 63 yards to the 3-yard line when the Eagles were trailing 0-3. The Eagles plainly out-fought Muskogee for four quarters as their offensive machine sparkle-d in a 34-22 victory in the final game. Although many lettermen are graduating, a hard core of junior starters will return. The potential that Coach Chapman has to work with in the future promises the beginning of a new regime at Edison. at 235' R. Purdy, L. Dickson, J. Crigsby, B. Nicholsg Row 3: J. Jordan A. Crigg, B. Jeffers, B. Bigby, M. Goldberg, S. Whitehill, S. Bradley J. London, D. Rose, M. Coulson, K. Shoemaker, C. Creekmore, J Coach Chapman runs over individual assignments in prac tice huddle. RANDY PURDY SKIP GISH Tri-Captains BERNARD BIGBY SAM WHITEHILL Tackle lead team MIKE COULSON Linebacker KEN SHOEMAKER Halfback RON JOHNSON End MIKE COLDBERC Tackle CHUCK CREEKMORE Tackle RICK LOVELESS Tackle CHUCK MCGQWAN Guard BILL .I EFF ERS Quarterback BOB NICHOLS F ullhack Every boy JIM LES JORDAN DICKSON End Guard SKIP GISH Guard JIM KEE Tackle 0 0 A 'L 49 , A 6 Q9 0 sf Gen I X 0 21, Ok A ff 4 's N X N 6' 0 s i 0 GA 3 Star. JOHN BERNARD DANNER BIGBY Center End LARRY BILL CATRON GOBEL End Halfback RANDY JOHN DAN PURDY PAUL HOAR Quarterback Center Halfback ,iv MV' va-my M www r W '51 . m,h. W ff, .i 'ffagw f xi' , ' 1f'2:?"' efff fllfi, ww H, fx ' 'S - 5 ."'Zf1 'f . A -if J .1 I B-SQUAD, First Row: J. Jacobs, T. Mann, D. Harris, P. Steed, J. B. Entry, D. Hall, M. Parker, B. Farris, J. Johnson, R. Gregor R Fleming, P. Loveless, G. Turner, D. Anderson, K. Vick, Second Row: Morgan, P. May, P. Hayden, J. Bunch, D. Hartson, G. Harrison Strong B-Squad shows desire. The Eagles' secondary football squad came through the 1965 season with a near-perfect record. The B-Squad lost only to Bartlesville as they compiled a 5-1-1 season. Among the Eagles' triumphs was a victory over arch-rival Rogers. Coached by Tom Langham, these sophomores fought Catoosais A- Squad to a tie ball game. The tra- dition of Edison athletics seems se- cure next year with these boys rising to the varsity. The perseverance and desire ex- hibited by these fledglings is not to be overlooked. Though considered unimportant by many, the B-Squad is actually a measuring stick for the next year's varsity. Again in 1966, the Edison Eagles should prove to be tough competitors. B-Squad coaches, Langham and Shell, watch as boys scrimmage in practice gear. Cross Country Varsity: Tom Bayless, Gary Stanton, Richard Neville, Bill White, Bruce Martin, Pat Tarman, Larry O'Reilly, Clint Wade, Steve Goad, Steve Quinn. Steve Quinn shows All-State form as he trots over the home course. Juniors, sophs brighten CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD EDISON 17 MCLAIN 38 EDISON 36 HALE 23 EDISON 29 CENTRAL 26 EDISON 33 KELLEY 27 WASHINGTON 69 OBU INVITATIONAL 8th PLACE WILL ROGERS INVITATIONAL 8th PLACE ALL CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS 4th PLACE OSU INVITATIONAL 7th PLACE OKLAHOMA SEVEN CONFERENCE 4th PLACE OSSAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 7th PLACE it Edison's cross-country Eagles were led this year by co-captains Steve Quinn and Steve Goad. This duo accounted for a one-two punch on Edi- sonis junior and sophomore dominated squad. The only seniors were lettermen Pat Tarman and Bill White. Quinn and Goad, both fantastic runners in their sophomore years, turned in even finer performances this year. Quinn was chosen third on the Okla- homa Seven Conference team and sixth on the All-State team. The team took fourth place in the tough Oklahoma Seven conference race and sixth in the Edison Invitational. Coach Hugh Pierce, who has led Edison's harriers to many fine seasons in the past, has much to look forward to in returning lettermen Steve Quinn, Steve Goad, Bruce Martin, Larry O'Reilly, and Clint Wade. Steve Goad leads the pack at invitational cross-country meet. .s V' '- Junior Varsity, Row 1: S. Weichert, M. Malahy, T. Gardner, J. Shackleford, G. Gibbons, J. Malahy, L. Nation, R. Talbott, J. Coffg Row 2: K. Schneider, D. Hill, B. Booth, L. Burgess, J. Oates, J. Musgrove, G. Young, P. Dratz, P. Ansteth. BASKETBALL YARSITY: George Conger, Bill Caldwell, David Wagenhlatt, Bob Nichols, Randy Rogers, Mike Eilers, Randy Purdy, Corky Sayles, Roger Gray, Jim Hara, Bob Phillips, Richard Keene. Edisonfs roundhallers continued on the comeback road this year, their second un- der coach Gene Shell. They started out with tremendous spirit and hustle, and quickly downed six of their first seven foes. They lost their first game to unde- feated Webster by only two points, 65-63. Led by senior David Wagenblatt, who quickly set the scoring pace in the city with his performance in the Hale Tour- ney, the Eagle cagers sailed into the Okla- homa Seven Conference lead. Corky Say- les, another senior, stayed close behind Wagenhlatt in scoring and was in the top five in the city. Junior Roger Gray, who had lettered as a sophomore, consistently hit the hoop for an average good enough to put him in the top ten. Senior letterman George Conger guarded the boards and contributed to Edison's fine offensive points which often decided the outcome. Edison basketballers enjo IO8 BASKETBALL B-SQUAD, Row 1: J. Bryan, P. Hale, E. Mueller, P. Bunn B. Neil P. Ham- George Conger fi ht fo t I f tl t' ff mond, .D. Crawford, Row 2: C. Eitel, P. Stepp, G. Hall, S. Chalmers, M. Neils, D Ruddg the Edison-BartleiviBe gaiiilei ro 0 le lpo at Row 3. A. Grigg, J. Autcn, D. Calhoun, S. Estel, J. Johnson, P. Bolin. Not pictured:. P. Bell Midway through the season, Edison's fortune darkened as Wagenblatt broke his nose in a game at Ponca City. He then played with a nose guard until forced to stop altogether by a cast on his leg. At the same time, Conger was incapacitated, leaving the Eagles short- ga., handed. The crippled cagers fell into a tailspin after the Miami Tourney, losing kc- four costly conference games. Sparked u., by Gray, who hit in the thirties in two consecutive games, the Eagles climbed back by winning their next three con- ference games. After Winding up the regular season with Webster, the Eagles hosted the regional tournament and were matched against Memorial in the first round of the seasonis finale. Returning varsity members, Gray, Nichols, Hara, and Caldwell provide coaches Shell and Phillips with an opportunity to build an even better team next year. HEAD COACH GENE SHELL Randy Purdy, senior eager, watches another two points drop for the Eagles. good season. l Manager Walter Glenn's efforts to keep the Eagles fit are appreciated by Shell, Conger and the rest of .he team. il, ,J ' H J Q' f ,Lf -H' QF' 44 gil? if wig 1' .2 'if 15 " iff A , 7 3 ,4 s, H0 .xx K a Purdy leaps high to get off a shot as Wagen- blatt watches. Varsity to return next year. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON EDISON WEBSTER N. W. CLASSEN MIDWEST CITY MCLAIN MEMORIAL ROGERS BARTLESVILLE PONCA CITY SAND SPRINGS NORMAN CENTRAL MUSKOGEE ROGERS PONCA CITY HALE CENTRAL HALE MUSKOGEE BARTLESVILLE WEBSTER JIM RICHARD HARA KEENE MIKE EILERS RANDY ROGERS CORKY SAYLES it E c... my Ci? SWIMMING VARSITY, Row 1: B. Zambon, B. White, S. Hall, W. R. Mason, K. White, B. Bond, Row 3: B. Butler, B. Hicks, H. Evans, Miller, D. Sparks, G. Greenwood, L. Johnson, D. Kirst, C. Wadeg Row B. Strong, D. Hill, S. Goad, B. Wenger, R. DeCoursey, R. Mason. 2: R. Alston, J. Daly, P. McGowan, R. Henry, M. Dankbar, R. Neville, ,. ,sm ,s K Well-rounded team . 5 3 ,I . .,,. X . J-""""". rj, , ,.. I 4 'I1'i?i2?f ". v ,. ,-..- - H a , , 'sxgyfyg-A I ' .V xx' x. 5" K 1?-"IZ, :Q - 1 b In " V V . .., . .,p , . ,,.. I . 1 .K 1 K K -' . v - 401 :u 1 -- 4- - H---------M-M - B- I 'l if ' 4r.."5i? ,, 12.21. I ' lf ' ' ' '-:tit '-'f fi 6? if ' .gn . .. M... .. , ,.., r - s " a- . Wenger and Kirst cut loose with the initial effort that pays off.. Coach Tom Langham led the Eagle mermen to another spark- ling season. This year's well-bal- anced team came through with many victories that one with less depth could not have achieved. Reminiscent of past performances of Like and Farrell, Robert Ror- schach's diving highlighted many a meet and inspired such second- half comebacks as the 55-40 vic- tory over Hale. Sophomore stand- out Clint Wade and junior Bill Strong sparked many meets for the Eagles with double victories in freestyle events. Edison was the object of much controversy in the All-City, and, because of some un- expected setbacks, finished third. The Eagle tankers also finished a close third in State. Langham will not be faced with much of a re- building job next year, as many strong juniors and sophs will re- turn. AX. ,D t D vast ,' of-' si' sb' r-P' print., mi" nl" A!-9, 5-F ' Aw", bs. u..n"" -lj "Q, 4 K h15o"',, M. Divers Davis Cabovel qnd Rorschach frightl display championship fonn. produces many victories. Doug Hill tenses, as teammate Goad watches. Juniors Steve Goad and Larry Johnson concen- trate on the starter's signals. we w.l""'-V Nmtfwi.. ' ' 'ff' 9 Q I' 5 NK 1 4 t N I """""'C ,hu , V N 5 K' ii ' .ff 3,5 ff? I IH X , HARRY EVANS GIL CREENWOOD ll 1 STEVE LAR Breaststroke " I Freestyle Butterfly Mermen take SWIMMING SCOREBOARD EDISON 75 ROGERS .-Q:, EDISON 74 CENTRAL EDISON 64 COEEEYVILLE gr EDISON 36 RARTLESVILLE I EDISON 61M MEMORIAL I EDISON 55 HALE 4' EDISON 32 RARTLESVILLE A EDISON 57 MEMORIAL EDISON 61 COFFEYVILLE EDISON 72 PONCA CITY DOUG HILL ROBERT BUTLER Backstroke Freestyle X tiff - ff V' -,, V If 353- I ,y. Q At,I,5,. I. V AVAA I N RRR A A E 1 . 3 Z, vrvv SI. ,, It x I A I I ' I .7 W fR" ' AY1. i' ' ,' BRRITCE HICKS A. 'fs At KTM WHITE 'jg I ,M Viyy ,H ,,.,V I ,,,,7I . ,ff " 7: W Ae I I, I 3 it TCCSIYIG Ind1v1dual Medley F ' II4 3 1 ALL CITY MEET CONFERENCE MEET STATE MEET f f 2 M .3 . RY JOHNSON Butterfly close 20 21 31 59 335 40 63 38x 34 23 3rd PLACE 3rd PLACE 3rd PLACE RICHARD NEVILLE Distance Freestyle KA "k"21 1... . I -fs-sf-" I V, L an " ' 'I .lLL,LLWL , is , ' -A ::, k:': ky . , Nt C' . , , V - . v,.,,,qs'f X f1f1m.1A.qf-+-' t A A Q. f- :B x it ' L,1 ' KL K W? me' A A 'wtf .,., - P Q , V if B vi 1 ' :zum ,Q A I y eA A 5 X ,Ag 5 BE II? ttt i r QW ,tix K LK"L I' ROBERT RDBSCHACH WW A ' CLINT WADE Diver Individual Medley ,X .BAA-"M eg-....1... is ddw is - I Biking? third in State. 8 5. Ds. ,.-Y' ,,,.- BRENT DAVIS ,A s,e Diver 4 i t t Q 53 . ' Af. ,w le QUE'-' Balm AVID KIRST D Individual Medley i, l SEB 7' BILL WHITE Breaststroke S BOB WENGER Individual Medley A x A V Ks .,., v I kk K I .. , ,yeee A Q2 BILL BOND Q Breaststroke AQ Q I H5 BILL STRONG Freestyle 'Y ex .lf WRESTLING. VARSITY, Row 1: Gene Tardiff, Dave Stafford, Dave Tobey, Danny Murphree,.M1ke Valant, Scott Fendersong Row 2: Mike Coulson, Scott Tennis, John Danner, Rick Loveless, Steve Weichert. Not pictured: Eldon Hoffman. Edison heavyweight Loveless fights to escape the clutches of Rogers' Ward. Grapplers led b tri-captains. is Bixby transfer Fenderson flattens McLain foe in Edison tourney. i t WRESTLING B-SQUAD, Row 1: S. Galey, G. Riggs, J. Donovan, P. Steed, M. Singerg Row 2: P. Dratz, P. Loveless, J. Bush, P. Day, D. Schwahe, J. Goff, D. Henderson. II6 Athletic Director Jimmy Sellers and As- sistant Dennis Dutsch provided area wres- tling fans with another winning team. Re- turning senior lettermen Steve Weichert, John Danner, and Rick Loveless, along with junior lettermen Mike Valant and Mike Coulson. constantly came through with victories to erase early deficits. Bixby transfer Scott Ecnderson was the surprise of the season as he won ten straight matches after arriving at Edison at the semester mark.. Tri-captain Steve Weiche1't compiled one of the finest records in the state hy winning 20 matches without a loss. Edison made a fine showing during the season, losing only to Rogers, 17-15, and Hale. 17-16. They dropped regional champions Welnster and highly-regarded McLain hy identical scores, 17-16. Edison placed five wrestlers in the regional tour- nament, and finished second even though they forfeited three of the 12 weights and were deprived of Fenderson, who was not allowed to compete. Of the five who trav- eled to Edmond for the state tournament, Coulson and Loveless had already had ex- perience in the state contests, placing third and fourth, respectively, last year. With many sophomores and juniors returning next year, Edison's wrestling tradition is sure to he upheld. STEVE WEICHERT MIKE COULSON JOHN DANNER .6-Tv-if QW-9' Qt. w5',4l2f-- Qt:s.a2,"2iffif' V ,, , rri:zf+f'+ il l ' ,ec , WMM A., .. 4 41 M v M mf- gl ...-l DAVE STAFFORD 106 STEVE WEICHERT 168 SCOTT FENDERSON 141 RICK LOVELESS Heavy Weight The entire team is aware of the importance of Weichert's match in the McLain dual. Young team makes R i e gf ., ,, 3' HEAD COACH JIM SELLERS Scott Tennis hugs opponent in an a tempt to bring him to the mat. fine showing. WRESTLING SCOREBOARD EDISON 28 MEMORIAL EDISON 17 BARTLESVILLE EDISON 21 PUTNAM CITY EDISON 15 ROGERS EDISON 16 HALE EDISON 28 MUSKOGEE EDISON 17 CENTRAL EDISON 19 PONCA CITY EDISON 17 WEBSTER EDISON 17 MCLAIN WEBSTER TOURNAMENT 3rd PLACE EDISON TOURNAMENT 3rd PLACE REGIONAL TOURNAMENT 2nd PLACE STATE TOURNAMENT 8th PLACE ELDON HOFFMAN 14-1 GENE TARDIFF 106 SCOTT TENNIS 148 DANNY MURPHREE 115 MIKE COULSON 157 MIKE VALANT 136 .IOHN DANNER 183 DAVID TOBEY 123 fr. ,Q Y "-' 4 A Ill' ilqli , f ..-. 7 A f-:f e 'U ' r A it 'gf 1 2 41 R by V ,355 S , Us BASEBALL TEAM, Row 1: B. Farley, S. Harrington, B. Deupree, K. Nix, P. Hale, J. Fleming, D. Flemingg Row 2: K. Shoemaker, P. Packwood, T. Curry, D. Hoppes, B. Nichols, R. Purdy. Bob Deupree Ken Shoemaker Preston Hale Bob Farley David Hoppes Joe Fleming . 'I I! 4 i ff fYK,.,Y.., ,pf-X f .1 i"fAi' 'F F' ' I E X Randy Purdy Baseball Edison's baseball team, drained of much of the talent that earned a state runner-up trophy in '65, depended largely this year upon sophomores and juniors. Coach Don Phillips re- built the team around seniors Scott Harrington, Tim Curry, and Randy Purdy, and junior Dick Fleming. Hav- ing earned an All-City honor in ,65 with both his hitting abilities and his sparkling glove-work, Harrington re- turned to his second base position this Dick Fleming Tim Curry Pitchers: Tim Curry, Ken Nix, Phil Packwood team aims for second bi year. year. Tim Curry, Who lettered as a sophomore and a junior, took over in the outfield with Randy Purdy, who was out last year with injuries. Ken Nix and Phil Packwood were the mainstays on the pitching staff, and Dick Fleming took over behind the plate. Edison's squad was tested against Central, Ponca City, and Bart- lesville in the northern division of the Oklahoma Seven Conference. Scott Harrington All-City 1965 COACH DON PHILLIPS ' -- .- , -.. ,. D ,, o X x M 'Af' ,fra 4... . TRACK VARSITY, Row 1: P. Ansteth, S. Coad, S. Quinn, D. Brown, C. Wade, M. Solow, L. OiReilly, R. Grigor, L. Smith, T. Gardner, R. Neville, B. Wllite, L. Nation, Row 2: M. Mallinger, D. Cockrell, K. Francy, K. Woodbury, C. Harrison, T. Bayless, J. Oates, L. Burgess, -+044 f W Y COACH HUGH PIERCE M. Malahy, J. Shackleford, K. Schneider, B. Martin, J. Musgrove Row 3: G. Stanton, D. Wagenblatt, J. Mclntosh, J. Jordan, G. Conger J. Berryman, D. Hill, J. Jacobs, P. Tarman, S. Whitellill, H. Evans Tracksters have Edison tracksters looked forward to a good season, with many seniors and juniors returning from last year s team. Coach Pierce, who two years ago coached a state champion squad, had a hard-working group that con sistently displayed the spirit and hustle of champions lt was a good year for field events, with shot men Don Brown and Sam Whitehill, high jumper George Conger, and pole vaulter Steve Weichert. Returning from a sue cessful cross-country season, Steve Quinn and Steve Goad were a valuable asset on the track. Many more sophomores made the varsity this year than in past years, and were a welcome addition to supplement the total efforts of the upperclassmen. Pierce discusses results with seniors Solow, Evans, Tarman, and junior Young. t ' x f, Wagenblatt and Whitehill help Goldberg on his form in the ring. hki ll 9 66. Malahy sights down the pole towards the pit. X,E' 'A I ' K' fi "' M' f ,.., ,'Ws f A, sss.ss W ' g r s we W' L Qzff s',, i - I 'A 4 X Y X X X .. Woodbury, Quinn, White, Francy and Goad keep pace as they round the turn. Richard Neville 5h0w5 good form on the low hurdles. .1 tax xxxgxx Conger clears the bar in a practice leap. High hurdlers Stanton, Hill and Shackleford practice timing together. GOLF TEAM, Row 1: R. Ikemire, J. Friedman, J. Bookman, J. Hammond, L. Bookman, J. Steinmeyerg Row 2: P, May, R. Booth, V. Benson, J. Osborn, S. Reitz, J. Steinmeyer, C. Rosenthal, Coach Kiger. Not pictured: J. Bouteller, W. Kirk, L. Larson, K. VanValkenburgh. Osborn and Friedman compare point totals in a practice session in the early spring. Senior Jak Osborn watches as juniors Benson, Rosenthal and Friedman practice their driving. I24 Golf, tennis Edison golfers were rated among the state's top teams this year. Seniors Jak Osborn, who recently returned to Edison from Dallas, and Kirk Vanvalkenburgh and Jerry Bookman, played an important part in leading a team largely composed of juniors and sophomores. The seniors were hard pressed by returning juniors Larson, Friedman, and Benson to keep their places. Coach Joe Kiger, in his first year at Edison, was fortunate in hav- ing such a team, continually improving because of this keen intra-squad competition. The excellence of this year's team was magnified by the fact that only a few were lost at graduation, leaving a core of veterans to return next year. 1 COACH JOE KICER ,I TENNIS TEAM, Row 1: U. Willers, L. Simmons, R. Schermerhorn, B. Martin, R. Gardner, J. Ceder, S. Rodolf, Coach Dutschg Row 2: M. Elmore, L. Smith, M. Matters, D. Anderson, R. Searcy, M. Davis, D. Crawford, G. Turnerg Row 3: M. Sauhert, S. Hall, M. Bartlett, B. Shellshear, D. Denhow, J. Bennett. C3111 SUCCESS. Although this year's tennis team returned few letter- men from last year, Coach Dennis Dutsch, in his first year of coaching at his alma mater, was able to build quite a team from the material he had on hand. Senior ,lohn Geder, who consistently played good tennis last year, was back to lead the Eagles, along with junior Larry Simmons. Big things were also expected from sophomore Bill Martin in his first year on the Edison courts. Three more seniors, Steve Rodolf, Richard Schermerhorn, and SWeden's own Ulric Willers, con- . . i-L tributed greatly to the success df the team which, as a , M kyyly h Wholef em Oiled a fme Season' Richard Schermerhorn Steve Rodolf 'Y X, , 't s ,. . x 2' 5 A lnk, Y E ' 4 , , f .L i rr'-' b"" "' 1 , W-1 as N his V, fj . 1 V f M ff' K L. 'ffl' Vgiifif ,.i. 1 ul ' .11 all .-lil: i if 'lf '.'- is i H 3 ft-13' ti 'f" - -H y I . aa.: Ak -i...-La. ,- COACH DENNIS DUTSCH Crightj discusses upcoming matches John Geder Larl'Y SimU10Y1S with sophomores Bill Martin and Raymond Gardner. I25 uh. 4 2 .Mx f 'Z 4 3 qf: .ng li gz- JJ- gow' gr .fy X,-'xv' ,M Q- dv-55. U Xa ' ". XX'-ff rf sg -1 -. A .X f- - eixfs g!'s' bfi 6' :nc . rw! -.fy t. YQ 0 qi Q 4 -X4 . lfwsxsdfw W 1-ici, Q: fi .O 'G 'cf' x . ag. X" Q 5 XJ ,M A- . 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' x AT L ' sz 1 ,Q ., ,.. q Fx! . lx' :x 7' Y . Q ul-JAWS " ,,.. .,, ,QAM M, .1 Pp?""" 'ip ""i4'I1oj ' 'hmmm My ...f-nm-nu" Q, ,nw -mug-M-3 1 Q . ' 'J-, .W 3 fv 5 .-ve 'f,. 34 Y f 5.4 4' , ,. Uri, , yw4', wwmwmf wwf -W wmvfwvmmmm 'TW Q 3 ' A,' WW' ,, ,,,kk M . ,V ae-"' ' vw K' . 3 A '41 maven' li lm '55 Patty Anderson Basketball Queen ' . 21 Q.. 4. I 1, V I3l xv x - ' if mi f -fs. K 3 gd ' . ' , , QW 1 I V A SF? .S in ? , ' , ,go 4 'L fn .A Y I Q gt "ur" Z ' All Nw-Z 'ants 4 5 4 lx Sharon Gilmore I fohnson Lucy Murray Sandy Winters Band tling Football Football Nancy Mcffewon Andy MOFLUJII l 'QMcl1'15hrl Cronk Diana Donkin Band o Band Football Football W1'estli11g W a l a it I a 5, if l Bettie Donkin Football jane Freflenberger Ann Withington Football Swimming ' Swimming .Mu September royalty signify Edison spirit Janine Henshaw, Girl of the Month for September, has con- tributed much to Edison. As a sophomore, she was class treas- urer, an attendant to Miss Edison, and the sweetheart of the Junior-Sophomore dance. In her junior year Janine was again attendant to Miss Edison, a member of Student Council, Junior Board member-at-large, and initiated into National Honor Society. She was elected to Girls, State, Usherettes, and was 'gMost Deserving Girl." During her senior year she was class treasurer and chosen to be Miss Edison IX. Boy of the Month for September was Randy Purdy. He has been extremely active on the football, basketball, and baseball teams for three years. He also participated actively in Letter- men's Club and Student Council. Randy was nominated uMost Dependable Boy" as a sophomore. He qualified for National Honor Society and became member-at-large of Junior Board. As a senior, he was president of both his homeroom and Key Club. October honorees reflect true loyalty. Lucy Murray was Girl of the Month for October. She has been an honor roll student and cheerleader for three years. As a soph- omore, Lucy was in Student Council and a Basketball Queen at- tendant. She was Junior Class Secretary and attendant to both Miss Edison and the Wrestling Queen in her junior year. While a senior, Lucy was selected to serve as Student Council Chaplain and captain of the cheerleaders. She joined Usherettes and was chosen for the honor of Key Club Sweetheart. October's Boy of the Month was Roger Boesche. Roger was Director of the Key Club as a sophomore and a past golf letter- man, During his junior year Roger was chairman of Edison Week, chairman' of the Foreign Exchange Candy Sale, and chosen for Boys' State. He became uMost Likely to Succeedf, runner-up in the NCTE writing contest, and Key Club Secretary. Roger was Student Council President and a member of Senior Board in his last year at Edison. November elite personify reliable service Bettie Donkin, Girl of the Month for November, became a cheerleader, secretary of her sophomore class, and a member of Sophomore Board. She was accepted as a member of Thespians through her work in the sophomore play. As a junior, she was a cheerleader, Basketball Queen, in Junior Board, and in the junior play. ln her senior year, Bettie participated in the senior play, Student Council, National Honor Society, Usherettes, and cheerleading as a co-captain of the squad. Bettie was honored as an attendant to Miss Edison. Novemberls Boy of the Month, Bill Holway, was active in boards and Student Council through his high school years. He was president of the senior class and participated in the senior play. Bill was a member of the Inter-City Student Council, a representative to the Government Youth Power Conference, and was elected Mr. Edison VI. ' an December selections embody devoted participation 'K In December, Jeanne Heuser was elected Girl of the Month. In her sophomore and senior years Jeanne was a State Student Council delegate. As a junior, Jeanne became social chairman of Student Council, chairman of Teacher Appreciation Day, and Swimettes Secretary. Jeanne became treasurer of Student Council as a senior. ln her busy schedule, she found time for National Honor Society, Inter-City Student Council, Pep Club, and Usher- ettes. Kirk VanValkenburgh was December,s Boy of the Month. As a sophomore, Kirk was a delegate to the Inter-City Student Council and student director of the sophomore play. Kirk was chairman of the Constitution Revisions Committee as a junior. Kirk was active in Student Council and various boards in high school. ln his senior year, Kirk became Student Council Vice- President, Key Club Secretary, and Inter-City Student Council Vice-President. X-f,.,q'.ig rg-5 January's Boy and Girl exhibit Edison versatility Greta Minsky was Girl of the Month for January. She was a member of Thespians for three years and treasurer as a junior. She won roles in the sophomore, junior, senior and Thespian plays. Greta worked on the Eyrie first as a member, then as- sistant editor and finally as editor-in-chief. Serving Edison again, Greta was a member-at-large of Student Council in her junior year and secretary the next year. She was elected 4'Most Likely to Succeedi' after being nominated in her two previous years. ln her senior year Greta was a National Merit Finalist and served in Usherettes. John Danner was elected Boy of the Month for January. He was a member of Student Council for three years, Sophomore Board and Junior Board. John was nominated uMost Likely to Succeedw and "Most Politei' and elected HMost Politen respec- tively. He held the positions of Key Club Sergeant-at-Arms, editor of Noside Times, and Governor of Boys, State. John be- longed to the Letterman's Club and was active in athletics. He was in National Honor Society and a National Merit Finalist. February majestles represent talent. Sandra Vale, February's Girl of the Month, displayed her extreme enthusiasm through her three years of high school. As a sophomore, she was initiated into Thespians after her performance in the sophomore play. Sandra served as presi- dent of her homeroom and on class boards in her sophomore and junior years. She also became a member of Latin Club and Pep Club. ln her senior year, she participated in the senior play and was elected HlVlost Talentedf' She served her class as its vice-president and became a member of Senior Board. February's Boy of the Month was Danny Hoar. Danny was a member of Student Council as a sophomore and was chosen to be the sophomore nominee for 4'lVlost Politef, Danny played baseball as a sophomore and football for three years. He was a member of Junior Board and was the junior nominee for 6'Most Deservingf' Danny was on the Honor Roll and a mem- ber of National Honor Society. He also participated in Letter- men's Club and Key Club. ! 5 gg, 1- ,, W' 1 WG! Q--mx 'Sli' L is w m s 0 f 4 ,5.Tf,," ig 'Q i f . ,... ,, Q ' - - Q. , ,M-. W A V , . A , 1 V- , favs. N M. xxxx Q ' l!'1YW"1f,J'?i:-f'aW3TT'lf1'fWWY'?2Fl"7"'n' , " WW M W 'H x 1 X ,svww w-'v ,ew"Aw.'f,'2L,f maui, 'Um wfgfwinf H "M-A f3wgFe94w' 11 ,,L'l' f"bwJ"9 - M: " dm L "V " , -f -V S ,. f l -if 1' :with , ,. ,Sf ss? ,::.f,1Q.w,,:,,.fW:ffW1,z,L5if,Q3U, f e, W WWW' - '52w"2?w:W'1 idk,Q'i'3,Nrv-,1,mhi'?V sT1fiV'w5'f ' 'A T" if 3fM!E'2"-Q0 3' A N- 1515512 M "J UMW ,fl ' F1 fi V, ' Y fwfafglfgf J ,, Q, ., ',W,5.5q7-W ,, .w,3g5Q3M,,, N N . U,-Q's:h,s:.wN ""ff'1'f1:9w?5Yf3 C asses ,. lkfrf -" Q A, 5 le up 1 W i R '3 n f' 2 r X Q v Our senior class officers pause for a moment of relaxation from the daily rigors of the classroom. Mr. Larry Alexander serves as teacher, friend and sponsor of the senior class. Senior officers and Cherished memories will long remain with the seniors of 1966 as they recall their outstanding educational opportunities, their many civic and cultural undertakings, and the friendship which bound them together. Leadership was the keynote of the class, as it led all local high shools in scholastic achievement with its fourteen National Merit Semi-Finalists. Contributing 12,000 cans to the Salvation Army, seniors piloted the collection to record-setting proportions. ln true Yuletide spirit, the class celebrated Christmas by donating gifts to indigent families. The play, Liliom, was an outstanding success and a tribute to the co-operation and teamwork of the members of the class of 1966. 1 1 The intriguing mysteries of science lure the class officers to the chemistry laboratory. Senior officers of the class of 1966 are Ginny Aubrey, secretaryg Janine Henshaw, treasurer, Sandra Vale, vice-president, Gerry Sobel, social Chalfmani and B111 HOIWHY, Pfesldent- Bill Bond offers Eddy Eagle a half-time refresher at the Edison- Memorial football game. board govern class. I '5 jf. Members and officers of the senior board are Row 1: Janine Henshaw, Sandra Vale, Bill Holway, Gerry Sobel, Ginny Aubrey, Larry Alexander, sponsor, Row 2: Leslie Semple, ,lean Sehricker, Connie Rice, Cathy Payne, Stan Symanski, Cheri Brashear, Carol Ann Haden, Sandy Barber, Mary Ella Burt, Candy Goldrick, Marina Wieneckeg Row 3: Loni Sumpter, Mary Bird, Kaye Farris, Betty G0fl'El.l,,JCl'I'Y Parkhurst, Mike Soloyv, Roger Boesche, Terry Young, Karla Abel, Row 4: Frank Harrison, Kirk VanValkenburgh, Randy Purdy, 'Danny Hoar, Eddy Williamson, David Jaeger, Mark Buchner, and Don Brown. Karla Abel Bill Adams Mary Adams Sandra Adkins Patty Akins Joanne Algie Wesley Allen Merrilyn Alston Gary Anderson Pam Anderson Patty Anderson Sharon Andress Steven Andrews Ann Archibald Judy Arnold Ginny Aubrey Mike Aubrey Derek Audley Neilia Back Kathy Bailey Sandy Barber Patti Barbour Claudia Barkley Cynthia Barnes .lohn Barry Janis Bass Barbara Bauder Stephen Bauter Mike Beason Jeanie Bement ree of rv ,, 1 s r Edison scholars lead ,lA.. i'ii 'ii A . b 'VI Eg- s f 7 f maze- B X' K x "l Q Q K 2 ..:' l . lr 5:-T A, X M 'QE' N city in national , ,L.W B W 5 :WY gf LX 0 BNET - - - X ' ' 'f-"1 l. X . k . L, . "S- as may 1' ? gl! X 9 X 5 us S N xx we lv . f e L' iii ,--- , , - :: competition. Y 'if 1 gg- 55 RQ mg: E W I ,:.. i V X h e V b m,,t :V 1 - A x xo 1 O, Q Q.. u . a. ...- tix , if ef 'via ' . fix' f t r .. ., iw f W ,k gs to 'WW g iv- T Phil Benson Charlotte Bentley Chris Berg Mike Bevis Bernard Bigby Mary Lee Bird Ann Black Sandy Black Linda Blank Sandy Bodley Mike Boekhoff Roger Boesche Kay Bogle Bill Bond Regina Boner Steve Bonner Jerry Bookman Candy Borland Jo Karen Bouteller Barbara Boyd Patsy Bradley .lim Brady ,lohnna Brand Cheri Brashear Keith Braudrick Harold Brauer Carolyn Breedlove Kathy Brewer Bill Briscoe David Broach W J, .1-'W The girls claim victory as our gourmet president samples a "taste" of defeat. Gene Brown Kathy Brown Kathy Brown Louie Brown Lynn Brown Don Bruce Jennifer Bruza Janie Bryant Pat Bryant Wiley Bryant Mark Buchner Lonnie Buller Tom Bunch Rita Burke Thomas Burke Carol Brouse Barbara Brown Cathy Brown Don Brown Gail Brown Gary Brown Liliom is both an artistic and x .13 - 4, X an 'S N- 1 2 W M L3 'Q x 1, r ,SL- , u 1 ee io . ge? ,kkk - . -it ,, zszzf: ,rf in 'w 3229- ivan ' ' !:' . ' 3 ...k: ZR' . 4 5 3 D ,tE.,Zi:,,A 'f 5 1 Q A financial triumph for senior class. Jerry Burrell Mary Ella Burt Steve Burton Robert Butler Donna Byers David Caldwell ,lane Campbell Dan Carney Steve Carr Sandra ,lo Cary Larry Catron Kathy Cavert Mark Champion Anita Chance Sheri Childress Melony Church Jeanne Clauser Lynn Claxton Susan Clayman Tina Clements Dan Clutch Lynn Cole Cindy Combs George Conger Cheryl Conway David Cooper Danny Cornett Charles Couch Vickie Cousins Cathy Cowart .lohn Cowles Dale Cox Janis Craig Cathy Craver Susan Crawford Carol Crews Vickie Crosser Diana Crouch Glenda Curby Tim Curry Lysheth Dale John Danner Joanne Davis Jodie Davis Kathy Davis Ken Davis Marsha Davis Mary Davis 1Drh Char ey ea erage John DeCoursey Win Denham Bill Devin Kerry Devlin Jill Dickerson Les Dickson David DiGiacomo Carolyn Disch Stephen Dixon Dee Ann Dodge Pat Dodson g Q' V 3, as ,-'K f -. ,lx 459 'Gr all ? it- Qi ,N Q. f A,-, M if of alps- 'Nun .lggrh f . if M' R 1 , f has Q' ME' QV Homerooms vie for awk iar 'i e as S. Q if' 1 r mr 5 - . 'NR x, honors and recognition xxx QQ? ,F av- .e hijsp 5 M X1 .fi A an A 'fi 'K' Paulette Donald Bettie Donkin Leesa Donovan .lim Downing Dale Duckworth Charles Dudding Gary Dundee Alicia Dunn Cheryl Dunn Marilyn Dunn Sandra Eddy Mike Edwards ,lim Ekart John Eliot Joe Elliot Dorcas England Barbara Enlow Marilyn Ennis Keith Eustice Harry Evans Keta Evans Merry Ellen Evans Marsha Everson Ann Ewin g Terry Exon Steve Fadem John Fair Roy Fairchild Bob Farley Debbie Farmer Kaye Farris Joe Faulkner Jim F ehr Susan Fisher Doug F itts Barbara Flint Kathleen Flippo Michele Ford Stacy Forrest Pat Forsman Lynn Foster Arthur Fox Crawford Frederick Penny Fuller Susan Gage Tom Gamble Rick Garren Kenneth Gass John Geder Phillip Gelwick Rod Gibbons Frank Gibbs Jeannie Gibson Marilyn Gile Valentine Gilfoy Ceei Gillespie Robert Gish Dena Glazer Candy Goldrick Sue Goodman L as fa K -R f ..., .. i55!!33! : '- -ss: '- -1- i V-gf i f gg: .H -sz V if Decoratin COIltCStS spark school spirit. Betty Gorrell Gathie Gottschlin Martha Gowans Carol Graham Don Graham Gary Graham Becky Graves Gary Gray Scott Graybill Priscilla Green Karen Gregory Steve Grimes Gail Groom Don Groth Carol Ann Haden Charlene Hale Margie Hall ,lim Ha milton John Hamilton Christine Hanley Donna Happel School spirit bursts forth as participants in the senior decorating contest prepare for judgin 0' 2: Susan Harlow Bill Harn Scott Harrington Frank Harrison Gretchen Harrison Sallye Hartzog Anna Harwood Charles Haskell Jane Hawkins Pam Heath Lynn Heck Teri Heck Laura Heidinger Susan Heidinger J. Helm Mary Henry Janine Henshaw Barbara Henthorne John Hetherington Jeanne Heuser Bruce Hicks Cinda Hill Danny Hoar Karen Holiway Bill Holway George Howard Barbara Huckett Shari Hudson Marsha Hunt Ronnie Hunt 6311: QQ . gf-Qiigiafg-1 31:1 1- . rg -,zz -me . 2 t- 9-X Li .4 LA ES M J Q . .K Q R, . . , - Q he we fi? 9' , nr 1 S . . , ,. zffk-5kg,k emors lnvest 'dollarw X Q X wg or is Q' an Y , FS. fb wisely 1 ,140 is E 1 ", . ,.., uv - J K . r rr 22" uh- Sw, X f I X ik .ex . We 2 S .. ?' sr SHN' -inn- 3 L 5 1 N Sw QR XY sr, . , :Mig 5 ,,, 6 J J sk- X 'Y if ' if W- . 4 A-fy, Ri., X -ef' - Wrfvv v- x - K -.', filf I - f".g!?F J i i , . ii' " tg,- in academic and cultural achievement. WX qt, , f x h 5 V K . 5' K i . , calc Anne lmler David lnhofe Patti Inhofe Linda 'lves Mike Ives Bob Jackson Scott Jackson Debby Jacobson Javid Jaeger 'till Jeffers Mike Johansen Kent Johnson Pam Johnson Robert Johnston Larry J ones Mondy .l ones Jim Jordan Jim Kee Tom Keeling Pat Kendall Stephen Kennedy Kit Kershner Doug Kidwell Martha King Nickie Kinkeade Jenny Knight John Koons Larry Kraus Barbara Kravetz Steve Krebs Della Kroeze David Krumme Karen Laeger Lonnie Lamprich Richard Large Kent Laughlin Mike Lawler Gcorgeanna Lawson Terri Lee Clyde Lewis David Lewis Sandra Lewis Linda Ling Susan Little Jeff London Rodger Love Rick Loveless Marion Low Belinda Lubin Patti Luttgen Patty Lyons Judy Maciula Jeff MacKay Steve MacLean John MacLennan Chuck Mahtick Marcia Malbeuf Marty Malone Pam Marler Ronni Marrin Senior Scandal proves X ie in ifsw V an David Marsee Ann Martin Georgia Martin Judy Martin Kathy Martin Patricia Martin J - 'Q ViiliA"i A 64 J M Senior members of the related arts class, Corky Sayles, John Cowles, and Patti Lyons, enjoy their feast-Roman-style. l g! W Z to be popular. Agnew- ! f 4, 4 Judy Matheney David Matthies Steve May Helen McCann Alicia McCarthy Dawn McCaulley Jackie McCau11ey Jim McClary Ronnie McClendon - Bill McCright Richard McCutcheon Carol McEwen If Ralph McKee Ray McKewon Ken McLane Pete McMahon Carolyn McMasters Anita McMillin Nancy McNair Vicki McNickle Bill Mead Dan Mead Larry Medlin Karen Merriman Rhonda Midgley Cary Miner Greta Minsky Mickey Mirkin Howard Mizel Maureen Monnet Jenny Montgomery Craig Moody Duane Mooney Patty Mooney .lohn Moore Lynn Moore Mike Moore Andrea Moruva Karen Moreland Gary Morse Vicki Morse Ruth Anne Motley Kipp Mullen Mary Mulmed 'R 'W K' fs' , xx Q lp , Mk ..,L- XF, 5 M, "2-'V' 41" as Vfg, la if We i fs.. t wr! My-f X x .Q 1 I' ul, We N. i Seniors shatter past "bw- Y 5 X wmv' 42 my av' records in canned goods drive Barbara Murray Lucy Murray Gene Musgrove Melinda Musick J oe Myer Marianne Naifeh Nancy Netherton Bob Newton Toni Nicklau Kenny Nix Mary Norberg Greg Norman Lorna Null Paula Oberstein Steve Ogicr Sue Oglcsby Lynn Oliver Brenda O'Neal Jerry O'Nea1 Jack Osborn Rip Overose Robert Owen Jelorja Owens Phil Packwood Gerry Palmer John Palmer Jerry Parkhurst Eddy Parks Diane Pascucci Jane Putman Diane Patterson Larry Patterson Cathy Payne Jan Pennock David Petta Bob Phillips Doug Phillips Jimmy Pope Ray Potts Nancy Pratt Charlie Preaus Nancy Price Randy Purdy John Ratliff Jim Rawson Stephen Read Karen Reid Janice Reidy Kay Dell Rhodes Connie Rice Gerry Rich Dave Roberts Meredith Roberts Susie Roberts Leonard Robinson Randy Rogers John Rohr Robert Rorschach Janis Rosebush Drinda Ross if' to M WJ' 43 Seniors approach future 43' 'Qi ,R , 'kr 'W if K k ml'-"" mv QN u wa Q 1 Q Q' with maturit and confidence. Patty Ross Randy Routsong Marcia Rowland Fran Rudy Rex Rumbaugh Wayne Saubert Linda Sawyer Lloyd Sayles E. G. Schempf Richard Schermerhorn Bette Schlanger Beverly Schmidlin Vicki Schneider ' ,I an Schoonover 1' F , 5, 'iii .lean Schrlcker Betsy Schumann 4 N4 5' Ga le Schweers Y Fred Schwend Barbara Murray and Lynn Moore captivate the audience during the final moments of the senior class play. Eric Scott Reed Seay Carol Secrist Robert See Doug Selinger Joe Selph Leslie Semple Werner Sezonov Susan Shaffer Susan Shelton Elise Shepherd Steve Sherher John Sherman Tom Shinpaugh Jeanne Shirley Nancy Shugart Betsy Simpson Betty Sipes Barry Slodek Janice Smart Andrea Smith Bryan Smith Colin Smith Karen Smith Patricia Smith Sara Smith Steve Smith Sylvia Smithline Gerry Sobel -ix Thai . ix N L lu. ,ggi Q ' if an . -. . ", w mf' 'P ii., QW' ,Mu Senior year nostalgic with Sn- wig .lane Sokol f ' Q Xi X X at , ,,:i xge11-- :Q W , if at-Q ' A' HE ., 35 t iw' fa 43 Mike Solow Bill Sparks Mary Spicer Donna Spradlin Kip Stacy Tracy Stanfield il Jo Karen Bouteller, Miss Can, and Bill Strong, chairman of the canned goods drive, smile triumphantly with the knowledge that we surpassed our goal. farewells and new beginnings. Mark Steinle Chester Stevens Steve Stewart Bill Street J an Stringer Bob Sulton Loni Sumpter Stan Symanski Pat Tarman Barabara Taylor K3 Darlene Taylor Marji Thomas Nancy Thomas Pat Tidwell Mike Tobey Kay Tompkins Charlene Townes Chris Townsend Eddie Trowbridge Linton Turner Sandra Vale Rhonda Van Bibber Kent Van Hoesen Penny Van Hoose Kirk Van Valkenburgh ,less Vincent Cyndi Vinnedge Mike Vinson Marty Voss David Wagenblatt Kent Walden Martha Walker Tom Walters Don Walton Georgia Warder Scott Warren Mike Warrick Cary Wattman Larry Watts Stephen Weichert Dennis Weidman Ann Weisman Barney Welch Gerry Westby Bill White Q' 'Ns Q55 , .2 e sz- ii k'K"g, X as X 'ir ' We e is Seniors enter life as well R' 1 'CS 1-sr Q A f' , -me , -if 54? . B Q32 .TE as to 16174 prepared leaders of tomorrow. 'Q B W-. A' V . I 'M' fa so X F, 5 its Q , .- 'kflfl 'QM Z' if tii ttt i t 2 -- . 1i:fuX:: H 'S Sie i so 9 .sz- 5 0 1 , - k E 1' .3 -1.1. -:ff . :,,f:,,,.gtw1,. 5 t ,gnu k,.,,,:f . S., ,Y A hgh, , .eszzgif - I , ,. "Q 4 K ' Q wi: xx Qt' qi 1 Ron White Sam Whitehill Sue Wiedemann Marina Wienecke Jane Wilder Bill Wilkins Ulric Willers Nancy Williams Sheila Williams Steve Williams Eddie Williamson Bill Wilson Glenda Wimmer Kathy Wingo Susie Winters Lynn Wiseman Ann Wood Jeanette Wood J im Woodard Do-n Wright Jean Wright Solon Wright Martha York Wayne York Canoll Yosti Dibby Young Terry Young Bill Zumwalt Gregg Zumwalt Suzy Zumwalt .f ...sw I Junior officers from left: Rosie Bumpass, Ann Heller, Mary Kay Haden, Keith Roller, Bill Strong. Mr. .lohn Butts, junior class spon sor, effectively plans class activities. Junior officers and Through participation in both class and all-school functions, members of the junior class developed greater unity and a deeper feeling of loyalty for their school. With Bill Strong as chairman of the canned goods drive, the juniors contributed over 10,000 cans in support of a record collec- tion. The class gave full support to The Diary of Anne Frank, a truly significant production. The Junior Breakfast and the Valentine's Dance were just two events that added to their unity and good times. The leadership abilities of the officers, Keith Roller, presidentg Bill Strong, vice- presidentg Mary Kay Haden, secretaryg Ann Heller, treasurcrg and Rosie BIIITIPZISS, social chairman, and the dedication of the members of their Class allowed them to meet and surpass the goals set lay Mr. Butts, the junior, class sponsor. Their past accomplishments together with their pres- ent achievements promise a truly reward- ing senior year for the class of 1967. Kse .9 5 s ef? an--t, Z 1 Officers lead the class with an amazing amount of dignity and ability. Class officers meet in the summer to discuss the coming year. board lead class. Junior Board members are, Seated: Mary Kay Haden, Ann Heller, Keith Roller, Bill Strong, Rosie Bumpass, Mr. John Butts, Standing, Row 1: Ginny Daniel, Rhonda Thornton, Leslie Willbanks, Kathy Shipley, Pam Pearson, Karen Froning, Peggy Easter, Julie Johnson, Diana Donkin, Kathy Amelon, Kay Wheatley, Sandy Winters, Lucia Palmer, Standing, Row 2: Dennis Schwabe, Lee Shapiro, Charles Eitel, Mark Humphrey, Gary Rosenthal, .lim Nelson, Carl Sears, Sandy Wright, Larry Johnson. I69 Martha Adams Melody Adams Robert Adkins Joan Ahrens Sarah Albright Don Alexander Ellen Alexander Kathy Amelon Julie Andelrnan Don Anderson Steve Argue Barbara Armstro Lyn Ashby Tom Atkinson J im Auten Gary Axley J im Bachman Ken Bailey Mike Bair Amos Baker Susie Baker Galen Baldwin Guy Baldwin Roger Ball Kathy Barber Dennis Barnes Pam Barnett Pam Barrington .lean Barton Becky Bass Bea Bauder Richard Bauman Karen Beach Christie Bea.n Gary Beauchamp Lynn Becker Hg A .rrye ess j im H trss , H , A t,.,t I -Fila' J i ti- t Q fx nan.: i f 'mf fa we ex ,..-- CB - if . K t l .. -1.fFfgff!ff 5 1- f gr? f In Betweens B t , a Q.. 40- fix L2 A . " prepare to assume IVY Q . . 44 all! v--dl 7 fc-5-" 1. A .. its gyms of I Aff" Q 3 was I X lk G .x ff ' .:.: .. i itr ' ess A . 1 2 A - 6,3971 .., K ' wg ,g ff . V. J, fi fr Aa? , 6 ,,,.... '4 ff - up A I I ff ,.,,,f ' wg! ' ' , A W V V x rl ' V . . 'ft 1 A tem A, 72.15 ,M F ' ' 'K ia ,an 'E 1- '- ', f 'M ' 'Q -, -.E . .-,, Jr fv'k V ' 'fe' 352: C 7 ir: 'WM if u . Q i ZIZ V 'rf is .-U. , . f W , ., A 2 , r 42 51 fe, 1 1 5 gl li. if L A their leadership roles. "IJ A l ,Ss .F' ,g p 4 'A ' get ' f,s.,,,, A8 if " W-X, fm 2 nfl? C Q,,,i , f-Q Wy 'l ,,,7, , , X .Jn Carrie Beeson David Belford Bill Bell David Bell Debbie Bell Paul Bell Cleve Beller Joe Bennett Nancy Bennett Vic Benson ,lay Berryman Susan Bewley Cilla Bickel Beverly Bland Vicki Bledsoe Ed Bogie Paul Bolon Brian Booth Steve Booth Susan Borchard Charles Born John Bouteller Elaine Bowman David Boyd Susan Boyd Steve Bradley Bill Brady Tommy Branch Ken Brendle' Cindy Brighton Dennis Britton Phyllis Brown Janythe Bruza Stephanie Buck Russell Buchner Bob Buckner Jim Budd Barbara Bueg Marilyn Bull Rosie Bumpass Pete Bunn Leland Burgess Ralph Burns ,lohn Bush Woody Bush Cathy Butler Jane Butler Helen Byrne -nf' iq? gl. I ii "i 1 f f"'s , eu1-1e' Z fl Q' it f 3,1 l , is I A Aiiii I ii I A K Mark Davis evidently feels that his report on drama is a very good one. '1 'iffef ' Claudette Campbell I , ,-- V f John Capehart ,.n, 1 Debby Carroll we K H 4" , C 'F Cherry Candle M. dm ..,.., 'ii 15' David Chapman v- ,., Susan Chase Y it w a il t s .4 ,qv sa Enjo ment of classes Gary Cain Bill Caldwell Robert Caldwell Lynette Callaway Phil Camhlin Krista Cameron s 2 il 4 f 'l'-ii . ..'- " tg z." A 1,,,, , I K V v, V, V I ' - ig 0 7 53' -V? , "' li' af am cfs? . 7 V 4 ' V it M , E ' " ff Mi, I -fra,-S .V ' h!Z7 - a A i fa if . fl , , . 'W 4,16 5 . .,, Y , N L 1 ,Q J' .nr s. I ingot V, Lk i La ila! M E :VV V J 'f J J 1, ,.,r , ., zgxykk Vlly KVVV . d l . . I ,li Zzb I A .70 1 A I mr ,,u,,,,,J' in makes learning easier. J 1 we C X i v gf, M rl' J 1 A J' . Y C if ' l e -q l Q-,. aa Qs-3 ' .ig my f1'Q",f 'K X- """' ,. f To gf ,a ,e C J T C ,Q ' V ' ' 5 fe ,, 1 ' J :.:x.f.v.s15iff'2'5E? - . .LX ll ,, 1 r . I 13 ... S QWN , ' LL m y Q KKI J. I ,149 , A ,z , 'f' , P a1,, Q"' " " C K an Y 'rv X--Y Li 'J-'Y 1. AA l m he D a aa D P 5 -1 I, e.,. W, ' . i .7- 1 John Churchwell Charles Clark Danny Clark Debhie Clark Karen Clauser Georganne Close Carol Cochran Mark Coffin Deena Cohen Morton Cohen Lynda Cole Caiyolyn Collar Arla Collier Bruce Collins John Condry Dixie Conine Joel Cook Patti Cooper Linda Cottier Darlene Cotton Tim Cottrell Mike Coulson Cenny Cowan Cheryll Cox Bill Craigo Bill Crain Chris Cramer Janet Crawford Karen Crawford Chuck Creekmore David Crews Carolyn Cross Jeannine Crump Ginny Daniel Mike Dankbar Diane Danner Bob Davidson DeDe Davidson Brent Davis David Davis Larry Davis Mark Davis Doug Day John Dear James Deathera Clair DeCorte Raymond DeCoursey :V Q' Q .. ..., V . f ssii i 4 s iv i t iiis X ,sn, or Am pg: -.. U , :', 27, 5, ' ge P A gy "'1 1 . M '.i- I ',h , Richard DeCoursey V' . A Roberta DeFalco Randy Denton Bobby Deupree Judy DeWees Jennifer Digges Mynette Dillon Susie Dillman Sally Disney Diana Donkin Linda Dorsett Lindell Dorsett Mary Dougherty Larry Drake Pete Dratz Dona Dresser Pat Dressler Katie Drew Mike Dudding Dan Dumas Lindsay Dunn Susan Dunn Peggy Easter Sheila Edelman Bruce Edwards gf Zig i I X ,jg 'i' . Q . M, - 'E .ict 'Q Q A ."' , A V ,AQ I 'Q-' if fgwifgg 1r'af t ' 'Y ' ,ti it Cooperative attitudes engender ., asia in 9 4' '50 i R My "'v"' I 1 4 L I ,fpy , f ig . , 5 - V V , Mike Eilers F f p l ,. F ,F "3 Charles Eifel ,- , f ' wk W NHIICY U" I . L :1,:,,, .Y '- . . V Jack Elder i' I ii 'VVVV LXMXF "Wg V A ,x Louise Elleman ,,,.Az Steve Elmore 11 , , 4 I, " A " gif Cathy Erskine f Suzanne Eubanks 'V 'di my N. ,,,., Bob Fairchild ti- 4, . 'E' Steve Faulkner . ,l-.V i z W , V1 Judy Fell ' Harriet Fielding li,- g "ii' JLIV1 sqfgjf F fi good class spirit. 2 gr., wan. it rang J M do eeele r all 1 4 , H . f H t 'rfle t ,,,, ,VVV A z, F P? n,ie 1 " ' Qi ig Q wa Zr , e V QW ff- iff- 2, 2:72 , K Garry Fisher Dick Fleming Steve Ford Dixie Francis Jay Friedman Karen Froning Ann Frisbie J im Frost Terri Fultz Betsy Gabriel Marianne Cage Gary Gaither "Carney's Carnivoresn relax and get acquainted with other juniors at their class breakfast. 1 Leslie Willbanks displays a voracious appetite at the .lunior Breakfast, to the amusement of Mrs. Carney and the astonishment of Julie Andleman. Mark Galloway David Gardner Sheila Gardner Q -. . Maury Geffen S fir V is ZZA ii S . 'LAL . 3 .lulie Andleman, Steve Goad, and .loel Cook do some last minute cramming , f lg while waiting for thc cafeteria line to get shorter. I ,. -- fy, G ' vi . , ' 1 1f"'fl2,3' in Steve George Kathy Gilliat Sharon Gilmore Bill Glenn Walt Glenn Steve Gozld Billy Goble Joel Goff Mike Goldberg Ricky Gomez Gid Graham Judy Cray Roger Gray Gil Greenwood Liz Griffin Alan Grigg John Grigshy Sandy Grigshy Susan Griner Bill Gruhb Mary Kay lladcn Preston Halle Sheila llall Joan Hardy E i ii' Plans, goals, and achievements 5. 1 img fa 'F Q . wi 'Q A-3 I as K'-'KN ' ian? l . ew., , RQ. Q C fe ' ili -1 X Ns Sai A hi Q 4 X x N il 2 G A ri' S is vii f if ,f , , W as in 15.4 ,. -,gi ,f f fwi Q x N515 Xe 92 Y S yy e ji X 5 W e :S S 'fi' S .er .wg risels .Q 4 V' W ' 'fi' ' . 5' , L - f mari, I ' ., V-Q-Q-4 V' ,, A Z"...5 wk?-,--qfj'Q,,:., , ,ig . up .,f' Q 1- rwnwvngtza-1434: ,,., ,. f- I--q::1i,,,.a. :vest ,fr xx 'G.'s.,.,..-:Many ,v -...nk 1, A . 2'!rf..::::T:::1-,--. :- i A :i:::::::---------.tar m gg-Q fa 'af '12 T if , Ml d ' dd i i are set and met. , , ,2,, 5W VA, , I H i 4.2 1 35 EH" Hi-H if' ' ,, M 9' H ' I A VA S" K R? - ff in H 1 flax, A, ,i x if W " .:ia :. i3' 'iikggef 43, W :" l P in-. +4 5' IQ, fa if if ' f I v2,i.1iaY?"'g'5?ii k-", 1- .. ,f,. fm H ' vi Q 15, z I , if , 4' '-,, f i Am r 3, ,i ii i1 i r , If Brian Hodges Mike Hodges Cathy Hoffman Eldon Hoffman Sharon Hoffman Alan Holt Bill Holt Phil Hood David Hoppes Benny House Melanie Houston av- f X A7 uf! 2 ,Z .vi ' ' 3 la 4-5+ ...M- Al Norma Hargis Mike Harlan Beverly Harper Larry Harsh Claudia Hawkins Nancy Haynes Margaret Healley Ann Heller David Henderson Karen Hendricks Mike Highland Shelly Hodge R Mike Howemm Juniors Ray Rose, Barbara Hips, and Chris Cramer demon strate the precept that "happiness is n cat drinking milk I ,' fmf' .. , 1...- Betsy Hubble Landa Hultgren Mark Humphrey K2 Chuck Hunt As the end of the line appears, yearbook staff workers breathe a sigh of relief after a hectic day of picture-taking in Room 20. Ross lkemire J im Jackson Nancy Jackson Lesley Jacobs Nancy James Janice Jeffress Debbie Johnson Julie Johnson Larry Johnson Lynn Johnson Moneta Johnson Patti Johnson Ronnie Johnson Sharon Johnson Bob Jones Claudia Jones David Jones Jim Keating Pamalee Keene Richard Keene Susan Keller John Kendrick Bob Kirberger David Kirst 1' 7 le Some confusing days make f . 75: Joae Jear J . A J li J , 6 NL or 1 ' r 0 .-AZ x ff K x ww 'N i - , N ,-any Q kv X J ig ' Qi f 3 f'm',. or 1 1' .aa ,QM W - at W Q nv 1 ,Q ff- fav in 4 l J ,, 5 h 'IL Bradley Klar W V , M If Linda Klasky i J , - . 23 Mary Ann Knapp V W I A - Kathy Krohn Susie Kubista John Laeger Hb ff--if .var Stephen Lambeth Lisa Langley Richard Langley Ladd Larson Linda Larson Cindy Lauderback qulet ones most welcome. Patsy Lawrence Ken Ledbetter Jon Ledlie Mark Leighty Charles Leland Nancy LeMaster I , as l i.. ig ,,,.. if f' . fafh... . Leslie Willbanks and Kaye Wiggins work together to solve a major homework problem. Laurie Lewis Dean Lieberman Malissa Lile Bob Liner Marcia Litson Leah Livingston Robert Logan Geneva Lomax David Luessenhop Linda Luker Bob Lyon Kelly Malone Joan Manning Bruce Martin Robert Mason Mike Matters .leff Matthews Linda McAninch Carol McCarter Julie McCarthy Marcheta Mcclung Bill McClure John McCormack Carol McCormick Sally McCravey Ann McCune Mikey McGee Chuck McCowen Kathy McKeague Charles McKee Tom McMillen Annie McPherson Terry McQueen -ef ,, 5' if 'Ali' a i lera rrrri or + 1' . 2 5 M Y . y .,yy U ff 3 Excellent class play rj, 1' i " s , KVM gk? ,X , 1 I X S251 if 'B is fl' M3 V f - FN M 5 11 Q ""' if ff - Z, ww M ' V iii All E ' he ,i ' tr 'A JW, A , y - if? ff-fx 'iii W Q5 . W, , fi 1' av I , e 'ilti i ' M I ,.., 'I 1 - ss- L xaggexf ff, Aix Mr. Goode discusses a debate proposition with team members Mike Hodges, Darlene Cotton, and Gary Rosenthal. J im McVay Barbara Meinert Paula Meyer Anne Miller Elaine Miller Gerald Miller Bob Mills John Moody Karen Moore Linda Moore Lyndell Moore Ronnie Moore David Morrow Carol Morton Susie Moss Marsha Mullen Mary Lou Mungen Linda Murphree Steve Murphy Mike Murray Michele Murta Larry Nation Charles Neal Bobby Neerman Jan Nielsen Andrea Nielsen Bobby Nichols Danny Newton Cary Newsom Gary Nevins Richard Neville Jim Nelson Joe Oates Steve O,Neal Larry O'Reilly Peggy Owens Steve Owens Lucia Palmer Rusty Patterson John Paul Pam Pearson Wayne Perram Randy Perrin Pam Perryman Steve Phillips Cindy Piland Jeanne Pingelton Susan Pingelton Mike Polsgrove Patty Porter Melissa Potter Susan Price Steve Quinn Ben Ramsey Susan Ranck Chuck Rankin Barbara Reed Susan Reeds Linda Reilly Bill Reinhard Ken Reynolds 4 'iw pl tl 2 R 9 A fafi 3 an at he Wy TM 1 X is W,,V f 1 tt., . , fa, ,H Ang, 39 3" it ,fsf A ,r Kilt! I ,r , f . ' ,. P is at W -at 53 - V 3 VWIWQ ,'-Sie Q :.. . , .L t At, 1 ' - - tgirl 145521 V-:Egg 1.2420 P fc""'irf::- A'.'.'.'fff:: 4 I five' Excitement and enthusiasm rx' , , r r' , K -sw? J, is . VVV, 5. , R at Yi E-Agri , ,Af , ,,.:, E, ' 1?Q',,f' I 'gi . ,.' Q W : I I f ax z i , r t we Rennie Reynolds , Kathy Richardson A N ,gg are Gail Richey ' ' Bill Richter - '77 Jeanette Rickabaugh V ii' Barbara Rips ' W J eff Rivkin A A ,M , H Janet Roberts I ' '4 , lr Steve Roberts R "-Q9 3 1 Carol Robinson ' M" ' 1, - I " Sheila Robinson . .. V. t N V,kkkkk k lv in 5 C,-7 sf? fi li' assna g2 f f a Eg A 1 2 S? , ,,i LW' ' 2 iz ia insure outstanding success. fi f J Q1 S WIP' '95 ,.w,f. aw - f f ,,, , H-sf' f -llrawraaw k w 2 on n,, y I W e ' . ,ifgf , V,,, HZ, Y Jun may .5 , ,J , I E 4 X 2 1 E if J rr X 'J l an ww:-nw .--naw: is Qin-rl 2 g V G as K , ..,, 5,6 Q6 'war , VV VV,,i K . John Rohohm Gail Rogers Ronald Rogers Keith Roller Jim Rollins Barbara Romero Doug Rose Raymond Rose Gary Rosenthal Debbie Ross Susan Roy Darrell Rucker Kenneth Salamy Janet Sandefur Pancho Saubert Diane Scargall Kurt Schneider Ann Schriver Dennis Schwabe Barbara Sear Carl Sears Norma Seay Mark Seigel Nancy Segismund Lee Shapiro Scott Sharp Kathy Shipley Ken Shoemaker Steve Shoemaker Linda Shull Sharon Shute John Sieler Lois Skinner Larry Simmons John Simpson Charley Smith Jeff Smith Ralph Smith Phil Snow Arnold Southard Bill Southard Doug Sparks Drew Spears Dorothy Splcth Diane Staines Judy Stanfield Cary Stanton Tom Steed 'r Q 1- 5 pppp.p I 3 T 7 f"' sd 1-ev R .an4""" Rapt attention seems to be the order of the day in humanities class. Sharon Strange Bill Strong Norma Stroud Memory Stunz Steve Stutsman Don Suits x H "'1f'!' 'P"r 12" ...JP Attention is iven to Sally Steiner .lack Steinmeyer Jerry Stephens Ruth Stevenson .loan Storts Bill Storz iii, I ' il - , Vikf . f ,kel gr gvfi iii , .,.' gp M M t et f 1 l r r .W V' f-wQr 1573? 5 -, -Jig: Y "!"", If ' Ns? f 1551-WML3., as all things worthwhile. 'fi ld .If - ag Wa 1: , T an Q T " , l G seai 1 Vee" 4 T bk lv is Q M -.-' 5 ji Anne Walker demonstrates her trength by crushing a paper cup for the entertainment of janet Crawford. .. . ,, iwfwfafiaigfeltimfs. JL Marianne Summers Christy Swanson Cindy Swanson Lloyd Sweeny Jim Tabor Karen Tag Ronnie Talley Gene Tardiff ,lim Taylor Scott Tennis Candy Thomas Natalie Thomas Jim Thompson Rhonda Thornton Marcia Thralls Maurine Thralls Joan Tidwell Eeva Toivio Georgann Tolson Ginny Toomey Ken Townsend Linda Trace Gail Turner George Twilley Mike Valant Gloria Vinnedge .lack Vreeland Melody Adams finds it difficult to concentrate on book borrowers Mike Hodges and Lyndell Dorsett, but Nancy Whitaker stands ready to finish the business at hand. Linda Wallis John Watt Larry Weaver .leff Weber Ereka Weidenfelder Jeff Weiss Bob Wenger Tom Wertz Kay Wheatley Maribeth Wheatley Gary Wheeler Roger Wheeler Clint Whisenhunt Nancy Whitaker Richard White Susie Whitmore Kim White Judy White Larry White Fred Wiehe Bruce Wiggins Kaye Wiggins Marian Wiggins Leslie Willbanks is 4' if I'-1:5-X A 5 a 2 iv ,R A , , ,-il, Heil' V W 1. , ff r - , I Elizabeth Vrooman . 'LHR' -V lg,- V - sr ' , 3 Bob Wadlin Q i Q2 Anne Walker Jan Walker Junior class members 1 A if ,Q rv 5" 5 3 wwf x I ig! , YUM M7 L 5 or rv. , YJ, if fi fe embrace cultural exchange Pam Woodfin Mike Woodlee Nancy Wright Tom Wright Vicki Wright Jeanie Wyant Karen Yeager Ann Young Grant Young Karen Zajic Bill Zambon Linda Zankel yr Michal Williams Steve Williams Tom Williams ,lan Wilson Tom Wilson Donna Wimmer Sandy Winters Steve Wintrode Diana Wong .lim Wood Ron Wood Terry Woodall N7 Foreign Exchange student Eeva Toivio inspects a dis play case prepared in her honor. ar ffff? is 'fn Qi.. xfxssf Sophomore officers are Joe Fleming, presidentg Cathy Heller, corresponding secretaryg Mary Emi, vice presidentg David Crawford, treasurerg Vicki lhrig, recording secretaryg Diane Dimit, social chairman. Sophomore officers demonstrate A Mrs. Zachariae, sophomore class sponsor, contemplates sophomore activities. When a sophomore becomes a member of the senior high, he enters a world in which he must make a place for both himself and his class. Once familiar with their new surroundings, the sophomores promptly took their place in school activities by defeating the seniors and juniors in the annual foreign exchange candy sale. Although they did not again shame their upperclassmen, they did show unexpected strength in the Salvation Army canned goods drive. The sophomore mixer was another feather in the 10th grade cap. The officers and their sponsor, Mrs. Zach- ariae, vvere able to promote the most successful sophomore mixer in Edisonis history. The class of l963 truly has the potential to become another class of which Edison can be proud. With such great potential, they should soon realize the goals they have set. V. dv . I 5 Enthusiastic sophomores bolster school spirit. ,. .iz Board members attend a sophomore board meeting. Es 'X Sophomore girls working in biology find it intriguing. Sophomore officers climb to new heights. 0 Sophomore board members are: Seated: Mrs. Zachariae, sponsor, Diane Dimit, social chairmang Cathy Heller, corresponding secretaryg Joe Fleming, presidentg Mary Erni, vice-president, Vicki Ihrig, recording secretaryg David Crawford, treasurer, Row 1: Boo Janus, Janet Smith, Susan Bagwell, Jan Kelly, Jean Heller, Mary Ann Holloway, Martha Cronk, Murna Lubin, Larry Bookman, Joyce Sullivan, Row 2: Tate Ed- mondson, Betsy Beard, Robbie Cadenhead, Joe Daily, Neva Sundvahl, Randy Grigor, Cris Chandler, Dinah Dollins, Pam Swan, Jana Bell, Steve Hall, Kent Francy, David Cockrell. Cheryl Adkison Nancy Adkison Rob Adkison Anne Allan Deborah Allen .loyee Allen Robert Allen Robert Alston Charlene Anderson Don Anderson Philip Ansteth Jesse Antell William Antry David Arbaugh Jeannie Archambo William Armstrong Donna Ashe Cathy Auten Linda Axley Susan Bagwell Betty Bailey Miller Baird Beverly Baker David Baker Janice Baker Judy Baker Kathy Bankoff Bill Banks Randy Barnard Wendy Barnes Howard Barnett Pamela Barnett Susan Barry Mike Bartlett Merle Bass Linda Bassett Ei if Q3 2 A jk , ' ,,yte..,, , Q 6 A 7 JJB1 fr1 i 1 A J J L J J' J i'f2 iff: 5 -4-5 fs ff' ' " ity - J J -L :A,, , ,,,2 if ith great expectancy, the sophomores ttf' "PW -rf r ,I . f 4 Vk..f' . . J .Q we y B I ,. V look toward their junior year. ,"' V .V iff M. Bobby Bates Tom Bayless Randy Bayouth Betsy Beard Margaret Beard Steve Been Jana Bell Rhonda Bennett Rhonda Bennett Candi Bergman Steve Bernier .leff Bighy Donna Billings Frank Billingslea Sherry Binz David Black George Blair Jim Blake Jamey Blevins Steve Blood Dennis Bond Charlotte Bonner Cary Bonner Larry Bookrnan Roberta Booth Roger Booth Fredricka Borland John Borror Virginia Bougher Kathy Bowden Fill Bowen Nancy Bowen Sandra Boyd Paula Bradley Mike Brady Dan Brassfield Mike Breeding Laura Brewer Steve Brill Bruce Broding George Brown John Brown Karen Brown Scott Brown Terry Brown Suzanne Bruce James Bryan John Buchanan Linda Buckingham Laura Buller Rozella Buller Steve Bullinger Jerry Bunch Paula Bunyard Lynn Burgess Cynthia Burns Janet Byrd Robert Cadenhead Melinda Caldwell Doug Calhoun Ken Camhlin Margaret Cantrell Judy Carley Cathy Carroll Chris Carter Caren Cates Laurel Cates Steve Chalmers Christine Chandler Kennetha Chastain Claudia Chavers Pamela Chelsea Ronald Cherry Liz Childress Sherwood Christman Mike Cline Linda Clore Victor Cobb f""" A L .J f ttt at ,J , ' ts s J s fi ' Y tv s A an it L M 3 va , 9 g n, a if i l ' C 4:5 ,"'?4" J x 65' , f'.,.L f J ygsy ,. If Vfvy INV 'W ' . is L R Q ',Lb K "...S"' J fx if K J if 'Orff 'E -sr i? gggi 'I I' ' David Cockrell Kathy Conine " Thomas Connell ' I . K ' y ,,,' Donna Copenhaver 0- "' TM " X Q 'ty David Cowden I E ff' A a Q if Cheryl craig 4 in , ' A M il Q Z , A .'f,, ,,.1, , , - ,'Li1, D a vid Crawford ' ' ff ' Don Crawford Michael Crehore Linda Cromhie , X I " Qt "'f:ff'1g Kaye Cronk Q, A f 11 ' A 3, l I ' i " Martha Cronk f V H ,V '.", V ' X 'A Pat Crouch I A W1 ,R ' '-i f ' M I Joel Daily V , -I , 1 'v.,: 1, in Q, H 1 .My X an N. Stephanie Dale if I ' E ' . ' 9 ' 'K in' . ., . ff 'Z N' 2 D' D ni l Q - tv ',,'.- way I tg Donna Davidson ,'r 'YD V A V 'CQ I Valerie Davidson D K 'i" " 'wc' " lf- ff fl! U 4 I r ll , - 'wx V' " aw X an qv' Q. , 1 f Barbara Davis M- V I W, , ,A in Bill Davis A ' ' fi ' E Joyce Davis a 'i-, Nancy Davis 3 , M , ,., , Jenny Day L if Pam Deardeuff f , 1 A A i Candy sale arouses school spirit. Kathy Deatherage ' Denny Delk V ,P Tad Dellinger we-w ' to Beth DeMerritt YQ Laura Dempsey Daryl Denhow Gayle Denham Mary Denney Russell Detrick Kathy Dewolf ' - 'i Lynda Dickerson Patty Dickey Ar gh Karyn Dies Joe Digges Danny Dill Bob Dillman Diane Dimit Dinah Dollins .lim Donovan .lim Dorris .lanie Dossey Carla Drew John Drew Larry Dye Judy Edmisten Tate Edmondson Cathy Egan Alan Elias Bob Elliott Mike Elmore Vaughn Endres Paul Erdmann Mary Erni Judy Farney Diane Farrell Bob Farris Debby Fast Cathy Fehr George Fenster Linda Fergus Bob First Nina Fischbein Barbara Fisher Robert Fisher J oe Fleming Paul Fleming Liz Flora Shelley Floyd ' ' i f V7 ... . my i n '-ed ,, 2 f A f Dir , , -:aff ei ' w,, V F r 'er'r 'iisn KI M :L . . F nn,, r all 41,1 n arf 4527 ' b-'. it gun, F ,, ,,... A 5if'7f , j ' sstffyf Wy , ,rt aw X , J- ., ,' '67 ,,'!. r . 'kr a '77 Ja" 7 :iiii E in 3 f Sophomore spirit n y n F 'ilk' 5 raw. . 1 V ' ,x 'sz-:gs 4 t i M ,V V,:.: if 4? A Hd QM c flffl , . 9 .,, riff' ggi wer, ,, gi .W G, if 'rf L iv culminates in new pep club. RK i 5 'A , 'tent : , ., i n i , eeee G K ,LII VK.f, 5 I vl xx 5, ,ffffj V. a ,I WI. I , is 1.., F ,vga - r ed s? A e e 'f il", y e,,. ' '5m ',::EF I fifff' f N,,.g, l ee e F ,.'V if , ,L,, . nfl, ,,., t ,,,e ',e:, ,gf F , 'U A A . fi' 1,25 a I ' , . J V alfa . yr. ,,,- 2' If 1' ,Q G- 4' a fl' M, i mmgygw., s " A' if f Hy! 74!lW"'a x ' F eeeeee : f Z4 qi ee1fee gf' Janet Ford Kenny Fowler Kent Francy Bonnie Frank Barbara Franklin Craig Franklin Jane Fredenberger Charles Frederick David Frederick Tonya Frost Maureen Gallagher Debbie Gardner Raymond Gardner Tom Gardner Pam Carman Robert Gasnier Carol Gasser Margaret Ghan Linda Gibbon Gary Gibbons Greg Gilliam Pat Gilliland David Goldish Cherrie Gooch Kathy Goodnight Ann Gore Karen Gottschling Vicki Graf Kathy Graham Marie Graham Bill Graham Jim Grigg Randy Grigor Becky Groh Nancy Groszmann Linda Gruhn Randy Hagan Pam Hager Phyllis Hale Wendy Hale Gordon Hall Ray Hall Richard Hall Steve C. Hall Steve M. Hall Linda Hamilton Phil Hammond Anita Hanson John Hanton Judy Hardison Janet Hardy Don Harlow Nancy Harn Donald Harris Greg Harrison Evie Harshman David Hartson Cindy Hatcher Phil Hayden Carolyn Heller Cathy Heller Jeanne Heller Judy Helm Bill Henderson Leslie Hendrick SOD mms J gf up-'mv' J""'-'.,: Rene Henry Butch Hihbs Mary Anne Hicks Doug Hill Susan Hill Cyndi Hilton Diedre Hladky Kathie Hoar Michelle Hobbs 'Z' SL I www Z fu by , I veg? ,. aw- N , , ,W.,, ,, .aug- , ,af V' , fi .,,V, J ,,r A .5 , 1: W, Q 4... a if 299' Q , , fr . fs , X A it-fajg ' , ,fl 4 ,L ,Q J L I fa 'I - ,, 5 af V ,,, ,, V l' f w ,,, l f I nderclassmen M r f x SPOIISOI' Ili-BW xiii X 1 A' lf f ff-W A ,, 1 v he , 1 I ,,, 'Angry Z yl Q rv. lim fro 14' -f W em t 4, .df-,,, ,,,,,,. .. 1 " 4 cffaghfgi-, f4,5,,,s:5-f 5 :F I ,f Q E Fra. , I f, J . .f A I e lf. f ' rf" 0.9 V ' 5" .ga-' 1. V 'L A , "L' V . 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If - l W5 J 1 W K ,- 'J "" 3 2 f' r A i V JJJJ in 27 Harriet Hoff Tom Hoffman Cheri Holder Mary Holloway Charles Holmes Mike Hood Debby House Anne Howard Doug Howard Marilyn Howe Roger Huckett Janet Hudson Stephanie Hudson Skip Hujsak Judy Hutchison Richard Hutto Sherman Hyatt Vicki lhrig Cary Imler Joyce lves Laverda Jack Karen Jacobs Jon Jacobs Steve Jacobs Tom James Boo Janus Steve Jared Debbie Jehs Steve J 6115 Leslie Jennings Charles J0hI1S-011 John Johnson Ben Johnston Mark Johnston David Jones Jay Jones Jean Jones Marvin Jones Shelly Katz .lan Kelly Mark Kelly Ceci Kenton Bruce Ketcham Bob King Carol King Jim Kirk Walter Kirk Jim Kirkpatrick Karen Klar Nancy Knarr Jane Knoblock Robert Krumme Susan Kygar Carla Lair Walter Lamb Jill Lambeth John Lamons Linda Lantow Kjersti Larson Ronnie Laurence Jeff Ledbetter Linda Lee Kevin Leonard Mike Lesch Betty Lile Vicki Lindley Cathey Lindsay Lane Littlefield Paul Long Paul Loveless Cathy Low Myrna Lubin Marlene Lumley Ann Luttgen Ronnie Magnusson Joel Malahy Martin Malahy Mike Mallinger Tom Mann Sarah Maples J ' A -tif! g2xh3l'kli.x fit LQ 1f'af3W' L. 2 at 'P , I 5.51 ..Vk,V I 5 , , VV V , K I ri' M ef ., it wf'-' ' Pg tlt V f""'Vv' 5 W L if fs. ,111 .....f it Gt- 319' ,egxgptzifg-Jjgsi li x. -M y syy 4 iy""?3"y - ,ikk " I ll amiga H345 M v,,. , . 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Mike Oliver Mary Lou Olsen fell! ! 4'f-,529 I' -ff fi' db 5 ,-,,W 3 l d' ,f Y' fl if r A EA W 9 New-av' J , Q li , J Tenth graders 1 'K' nur sm NX Q X j X 1:94. V Sally O,Neil Elizabeth Osher Cathy Owen Cheryl Palmer Carol Parker Doris Parker 1' wax Q 1 I J Mike Parker 4 ' 4 , , Steve Parkhurst . ' Rmmie PHYSOHS Q? ff Jo Lynne Patman Q eii fl ' eil Carole Pence 2- ,V' 1 ' if Michael Perry ' i, g ' ' K1 in L, ' g 2 - K ::: ' if IOL W '23 ' ty , 'x gather av N, X 5.2 if gy X, I, ,VV7 Q , W f 'WN l 4 4 Q, to xg? it ,QW "NJ L X J ut -1' ' at le ww. 'I f Ziff ff big? , 42' 13335154 ,H i 1323132 t. .gf fra, fx In Hz ,f " 3 .. V ?V Z, il 1 -x. ff i J l ' 1 E 1 -'f'?o!'w 8 a af ,UN ,ai nl 1 "' fe 9521! Ai 2 1 , , 9 an ewnf A' 4.4 li J J " 2 iff 2 V It I A M ,sx,f' sf". 8 is T L fi 5' 1 1, Qgnuzw I ,. iw J 1 A 'K 1 X , Af' if -6 5 I .aw W '-2 ly , 3 A ff if '12 ' i Q M .ffar M .UAQ-1' 4f,git.:r , " Y ' Ili canned.go0 484' ds. e t of ,. L 'f ' Qi f ' if 4. df j in-. V f Q 2 i f " i WJ ' ygiazwf if V-,, In ' 5 T ' , 7 Jan Phillips JCITY Phillips Vicki Phillips Cary Pickens Terry Pilkington Peggy Pope Debbie Potter Valerie Powell Betsy Pratt Barbara Preiss Brian Pribil Howard Pue Susan Pummill Greg Purdy Diane Rabkin Joyce Raines George Ratliff Jess Ray Martha Read Trudy Reaves T. J. Reese Rick Reeve John Reidy Sherrie Renberg Gloria Renfrow Holly Reynolds Steve Reynolds Sam Rhoades Ann Richards Greg Riggs Janet Roberts John Roberts Tim Roberts Kit Robinson Mike Robinson Susan Robolm Don Rogers Tom Rogers Dan Rohr Beverly Romero Molly Rorschach Caroline Rose Debbie Rose Carl Ross Debby Routh Paula Rozell Dennis Rudd Don Ruggles Larry Ruhr Kenny Russell Larque Russell Allen Russow Becky Rutledge Joanne Saab Donna Sanders Mark Sanders Mike Saubert Karen Schott Cathy Schwend Lynne Scott Vicky Scott David Scruton ,lan Scurlock Rob Searcy Lynda Selman DeeDee Semple Susie Sexton Jim Shackelford Sarah Shaffer Maury Sharp Linda Sharpe Deliliah Shell Patricia Shell Billy Shellshear Ellen Shepherd Cia Sheram Sharon Sherman - . qi . fi f"-'f'. QV fin 56.74 , 2 I . m,.,,,,:, H:-,,,,,,-..,,i fw3'3I'!-wtf: f-!.'rfQ::.' Quia, fr H W V at 5 'G H, 3 ., I-11 ,y.' if K at Wy s..J2 .4 ,, . ig K if 8 63:2 . 5 if Kg , l a. ,yyt . t 5' K ,.- I L . V J! t . t 1 rf t"'e I , ,., , I Q ' 1 ' "ff , ,, 2? mu ,, " A532 S - .W ,,,,,, in V 3 i QI, 'A S a, . V 2 , f L 'fa 1rf Ani i kv V. . New sp ons or S Aa f -, ,S i,1i' V L ,'VV 2 SY-. 3 ll la' f 'fi ,L D rlhll "" 1 V EY' In , I l 7vT'f,. 4 Jll 2 i ,iw , A f' Q .Syl A if , .14 'F 1 A r . L1 ak af may ' izz -125, ay, 1 y f 1 ff ,vi . ., V W, X1 . wa?',, Wai: 311+ f ,kf ' ' sf, t, 'X , H , fi 5 ggi. V31 ' ,at .3 ,V ,Eff "' 'FN l -QR , Q, ARES' 5 Wfikf "iw S nggiitf 5 'nr ' ' "W directs soph activities. i ' 11 ,i" .. t W ,ff " A at 1 ,Q -4' f' Fi 'it f,Q, v,-ik' f" , - :inline . fi 1 ff ,ij ,nu ,f"S. tti - ,. , Q: K ,, Jlifeg K M Mr: Q . V 'wi' 3 r1W"iigf. f await N, XX' f' we . +1-,, If W. Lf 'I ,f.,' ,,1s Q Wh c a t t a nf 'i ii A'::7f , M Z' WW 1 'sea ff Mary Shoemaker Susan Short Steve Sigler Diane Sikes Steve Simmons Vicky Simpson Mark Singer David Sippel Nancy Slater Rhonda Smalley Janet Smith Larry Smith Larry Ray Smith Stephanie Smith Steve Smith Christine Soule Way'ne Sparkman Rick Spellman Sally Spellman Anne Spencer Steve Spyres Cathy Staines Paul Steed Sandra Steele Skip Steele ,lim Steinmeyer Kay Stephenson Debbie Stevenson Phil Stewart Brenda Stockton Pamela Stone Roger Strickland Cherl Sublett .loyce Sullivan Jerry Summers Neva Sundvahl Pam Swan Kim Swyden Charles Tabbut Candee Talbott John Tatroe Richard Taylor Louise Teague John Tharp David Tobey Ann Todhunter Greg Tompkins Pam Townes Carol Trenfield Dianne Trotter Gregg Turner Sharon Turney Cathy Valant Vahla Vammer Crickett Vanzant Kelly Vick James Vogel Clinton Wade Marilyn Wagenblatt Marjory Walters Jodi Ward Matt Watson Marcia Waul William Webb Rick Weber Glen Wellendorf Susan Wenger Jeannie West Diane Wheeler Pamela Wheeler Susan Wheeler Judy White David White Margie White Donna Whitney .. ,. ""'a:'? J' L QQ- V, K ids., x ,. you , ,ykryy K3 I 'Www 51 ' ,eff f V A' ,' , oz 1 also fly I I: fm lb 'J 4' ' H 'if iii, Q aa " of if ' g J l 9 J ' liti it lybyl igiwff Q W-T Y J J . new 'A etit' J Q ,mr A -J J -W! , E ,g,, 3 ' 'f s ,I,' ,J J ' kwi lftf 54 QM ,. 1 'Qi' 'W W h dz? '-1 'sgq' L fi' ,Q I Av if gfffifi T i' -23" ' in i f if lf' Y K 'Mi , .LT fi W 4.5 t ,."' ,NI X . gm ,ff ' 1' 1 lf: ' ,,.,,,. . ,de 'md' at . ' ' qqfais M 'av ' is i 5 N J I Ag iw.- t Q l""n'r ,Nz 1 2 , ' X 4 Class of 1963 was ,.t, J 1 J it ri if s ,, 5 2.754 I ,i JH that A , Us if 1 . A 'J' 2 I FW" fi. f' ffm" fav A - ,f ' ,J ' 1" .. .ng K 5 3 ,.. 5 .f .f, 21 ,Q was Claudia Wozencraft Ken Wright Bobby York Steve Whitney David Wiegand Ron Wiggins Terrie Williams Tommy Williams Eric Wilner Christy Wilson Linda Wilson Lavann Wilson David Wintermute Susan Wise Ann Withington Karen Wolcott Lee Wolford Bill Wood Paula Wood Kriss Woodbury Susan Woods Donna Sanders and Cathy Heller discuss a class project. achieves unit If tif 'ii i 1 2 J . Cindy Zumwalt f 6 L if ll Carol Young Gail Zarrow Shannah Zlemer 'isis 4 V , at -S 'mf M t 67 g K is H . 4 g , i ii . W-all Freshman officers are Scott Beaty, presidentg Karann Steward, vice-presidcntg Katy Martin, secretaryg and Craig Lubin, treasurer. F ualified officers lead The freshmen hegan to prepare themselves for ' the rigors of the senior high by functioning as a single unit in their annual dance and play. Very often the genuinely interested students of a class begin to emerge as leaders in their ninth grade year. It is their enthusiasm and energy in these early functions which eventually unites the class and determines its success. WhHIh11Shappened,Craig? Adefidfifl thi? IFCHSUTY? Superior males submit unwillingly to the aid of their female co-workers. 1 5? I - - ' , , rw- F, ,fs n X 4, ,, . , Af are :V f M be is if n fa 3 A9 . .,ff: B y A i y ,Q ., 1 , :gy ,, .1 gf ' , DQXQ2 ,Mn 1,1 we i - a n u H .11 ta , ,ff 4 ,Kg X 435 to I ' M 1 f I . V, I 57 A af-- r 'Q 1 1 it 1 S E igl V, if 5 ' B U , ' A freshman class. e , a A f .,,k.,- V A - VI I ' ni ,AF n fs i .y A g l y Y. r X r.-gih: . I 1- fx 3' st.. ,f K 1 , V L W., 4. 5 , gr f , IWW 'YQ 15'-. r A A A' ,, ,.., ff A John Abshire Faren Akins Jeff Alexander Cindy Allan Charles Allcorn Sherri Allen Michele Anderson Dennis Andress Mary Jane Andrews Natalie Andrews Kathleen Antry ,lane Archibald Wm f ' Tony Argue V Terry Arnold ' f Q 1 Viva Ashcroft gg ' 'M' V Bob Attaway Betty Aubrey v Karleen Baer 'V N " is ,,,W, W,Q5" Dean Baird H 'i'- if if 12' 1 Barbara Baker ' ' .V A Sherry Baker ," VD 1 A iii' of ' Carol Baldwin SIL B fp Z e Terry Balfe H g l Valerie Bankoff Mae -"' L '?i'al .lf .A I x giarieBBarnard t ,V 9 E A au arnes ' ii' f ,, '- V " Dick Barron .113 r , E A D - Mike Bean ,. A A mt V A Scott BGSU' B dy,e ' by "i 'fp y Randy Becklund Qi an ns Beeson rf' EBIT? lgement 'if'i ,A N , aye ennett 42 . 5 N Steve Bennett 1 Mike Berg . Ai Christine Besselman V AVVXVV VV A'V , ...,. , ylv'If' l - i r ff f , Dirk Bischoff Jan Black Birch Blackstock Sharon Bledsoe Diane Block Linda Boismier elif 3, 4 Q' Miss Boatright instructs Jan Patterson and Linda Frawley in library techniques. Linda Boots Renee Brashear Bob Breck Jan Briggs 1 Katy Brocksmith Brian Brouse Carla Brown Janice Brown Peggy Brown Steven Burns Janet Butler Jim Byrne Donna Cahill Donna Caldwell Glenn Campbell Judy Carlson Jim Carson Linda Carwile Steve Cash Randy Christian Amy Clark Nancy Clark Cheryl Clarke Mike Claxton e 4 x 1 48. QQ., r H? J 721' A -'f fff it I it rr'e . v , g y. VW i .W , ,I Je ., N h ' 3 ' y yyyyy 3 y , C A , ,, , . , s L t ,, Z 1 Y, Q It :ff W -I rrr ,A M J '-A+ B . KVKK 1 . 'f , Q V V , V , .. 1 ,ar C . C, ,A y , at , , 2, Yi 3 f , MV9hy""'i 9 J .1 il ft ,i,. yiiyl ii' Q 'Etotlit Ali i f it Q L, rryr yrrryr M -:rr Traditional dance and Linda Clyhurn .3 V L 'V A A Pat Cobb ,.., y nav ' We , X., , V C Mary Anne Coe " e ""' "' , , L y v V W , Q Gershon Cohen A,A,, ,,xA 'o :,, ,, ,, ig 'ie, I 2, ' it 3' Nancy Cohen iit, , A ZL,,e V' '- :L 'B i',1 L , 4" I, Ji . i K , , A ,.,, ,, A: .. 41 . ,db AD Steve Cohen , ft f ' V W Steve Conard . A , tl' H A U ' B f' Fred Copes ' , , V 4-QV ,. H N , V t Anita Cottier 'i" f "::Ji' 1 3' 'X 1 , ' 'W J ' , ' K' "' V i Steve Coulter A A iIVV.' 7, ,gay P ,V , 1 lv J David Covington 5 t.V' V 'E i'-at'ii V L ' ' R ' HK ' ' f ' " if , '-'yifi 1 , A. ii V., . 1 ,, 3:11252 , , ,f" V1 T-,,,'e'?.t "-::, N . 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Seventh grade board members are Standing: J anis Morava, Katie Swenson, Gary McClary, JoAnne Stanley, Greg Boyd, Terri Duncan, Peggy But- ler, Alex Wilson, Mary Hallg Kneeling: Philip Bayouth, Jody Sloan, Mat Moore. me i eventh grade This year, the seventh grade was run by an board made up of homeroom presidents, rather than elected offirers, allowing ai greater number of students to participate in school government. Mrs. White, seventh grade sponsor, was friend and advisor to the students during their first year at Edison. ln their first year. the seventh graders became adjusted to the floating schedule. the labyrinth of halls, and to their new teachers and classmates. Greg Boyd, chairman of the board, helped plan the many aetivities which were scheduled and carried out by the seventh grade class. Zoe White, 7th grade sponsor, takes time out from her The sexenth grade hoard convenes informally to vonduet eluss business. busy schedule for a cup of coffee. Trey Abraham Paul Adams Bill Adams Elizabeth Allen Dale Alumbaugh Karen Ambercrombie Shirley Amstutz Holly Amyx Kenneth Anderson Martin Anderson Steve Anderson Liz Angelopoulos Mary Ashcroft Debbie Attaway Dick Attaway Doug Auten Claudia Avery Julie Badgerow Denise Baer Bobby Bailey Harry Baker Mike Baker .lanet Baker Martha Baker William Barnes Paula Barr Gary Barrington Kurt Barron Jeannie Bartlett James Bauman Phillip Bayouth Marva Ann Bell Betty Berry Mark Bliss Jeff Block Alice Blood Phillip Booth Tag Borland Austin Boyd Greg Boyd Bobby Boyer Lisa Bradley Deborah Brightmire Mike Brinlee Leslie Broach Cadijah Brown Mike Brown Terry Brown Debbie Buchner Brian Buck Mike Bunyard Tom Burke Chris Burton Doug Butcher Peggy Butler .lane Ann Byars Kathy Byrne Scott Campbell Phil Campbell Karen Campfield Kathy Campfield Dennis Carnes Jeff Carroll David Carson Jean Carter Debbie Cates Dianne Cathey Linda Chase Mike Church Dean Clark Anne Clark Mary Lee Clark Parrish Clark Marcy Clements Linda Cobb Gregg Coker Pris Coleman Keith Colvin Becky Conway Vick Corgill Ann Cornell Sue Cornell Ronald Cowell Thomas Craun Mike Crawford Ken Cronk Tommy Crow Kay Crowder .loan Dankbar Dan Danner Karen Davis Kurt Davis Monty Davis Rod Davis Mary Ann Dawson Susie Deatherage Franky Delarzelere Rebecca Dellinger 2 4 sl' fins" M fx? 'Mi 3 l, 9 ff ' fl stt 4 r fe W Ziii , fi' ii " ffl V , My. af 'f 4-1 , Q. I ,ii V. G ei. :AY i 9 1 A V A, Zeb K4 ift Aki Zi i Aa W s fx I V? .V A Nb ,. 9 Al Q la ,eff 'VQ41 fi' -SK Ai rv: I I ., ll J tudents enjoy their at f .L in 11:7 i , r 'ii in Q . ' y Q link ' ' '2 1 Z, M 13,1 Z , 2:1 A. li first year at 5 Si, ..- '.. -VH! V Q W ,, ,"'.v ,MQ V ,3 'F Q , 'H A Q4 ii no M lg' 5 J ,M .rr Edison. XJ 1 ,J 'P Q w V Y v -Lb Y K1 . iiii3ii'i,i" iff' " M' ! Q -11- f i M , ."'4J55'am, Q-...A lk li.. AA f '53, f 143 Je f 'Ox Q in ii .M ' V ' iaggjfi M 1 "',f. ,ff x K i 1. i -i Z .'1v f :,, 122, ' .J 3 415 erer wg ' . 71? W I , ii x 5 Zh 41 i 'A 1 ,f,,i?y , , IL. H lm ,Q- B. -W ?""'7 Q ' ' .. 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Foster Beth Fox Gayle Franklin Christina Frederick Richard Frederick Janet Froeb Lon Galloway Jerry Garland ,lan Cates Linda Gayle Howard Geffen Laurie Gilliat Jeff Gillispie Paula Gilmore Steve Gimlin Jennifer Goodwin Kristi Goodwin Larry Graybill Ernie Grimm Michael Guard Vivian Hale Mary Hall Patti Hallman Marilyn Hammond Sara Hammond Vicky Hammond Joey Hamra Jacqueline Haney Joan Hanks Luanne Hannis Bonnie Hargis Randy Harrington Diana Harris Heather Harris Linda Hartz David Hawley Roger Heath Steve Heatherly Jimmy Hendrix Phill Henry Blaine Henshaw Betsy Hettinger Greg Hiat Bryan Higgins Carolyn Hill Sherry Hocking Gene Holloway Lynda Holmes Scott Holt Cathi Holtsclaw .lack Howard Andrea Hubbard Bruce Huckett Suzanne Huckett Lois Hunt Madonna Hunter Bruce Hutto Tommy Hyatt Sara lkemire Melinda lnhofe Bob Jackson Martin Jacobs 4451 awww- Seventh graders uphold V - . F57 ,A i "Q" K ' 1 i f f' i f 2 -. 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Tommy Parker Clark Parrish Mary Ann Pascucci Joe Pattison Mike Patton Ricky Peace Judy Peirson Susan Petrie Lee Phillips Sandra Posey Pat Potter Pam Pricster Bob Prophet Janice Provost Cheryl Pue Dana Puli Sandra Putnam John Quinn Kenny Raffensperge Allyson Reed David Reed Randy Reed David Reeder Bill Reeves Debbie Reynolds Jody Rhine Michael Rhoades Melanie Rich David Richardson Debbie Riggs Susan Roach Robert Robbins Debbie Roberts Betty Robison Chris Rogers Christine Rogers Kenneth Rogers Fenton Rood Barbara Rorschach Stephen Rose Tammi Rosenthal Carrie Ross Karen Rowland Linda Rozell Greg Ruhr Linda Ruggles Jenny Russell Tony Saab 1' Charles Salter Boone Sanders Scott Sanditen Doug Saulaert Sara Lynn Sawtelle Jim Scheurich Sally Sehoonover Linda Secrist Phil Seymour Teresa Shafer Kristin Shallman Joe Sharp Line Shepherd Barb Sherman David Sibole John Simons Ellen Singer J im Sipes Marilyn Slater Jody Sloan Deanna Smith Brenda Smith Kathy Smith Lee Smith Mark Smith Robhin Smith David Soulsby Janet Southmayd Randy Spahr Nan Speed Phil Stafford Ardys Stallbories JoAnn Stanley Dennis Steed Scot Steele Douglas Steward Mike Steward Bob Stewart Jeff Stewart Leslie Stock Janie Strickland Monece Suhlett Susan Sutterfield Denise Sutton Katie Swenson Robert Symanski Peggy Tcssier Sherry Thetford New students look forward V ffwffifi. ,,. 4-,vw K . 44,1 R g r l A l i 5 olo fgifiw are QEML .Ai .ucv W '- ii J W h ' T' if ' 3, W r, e 75975 " , if 4 , ga- ,L fs. to future years at Edison. ,,. 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' - it ' "A an fy' Jane Thomas Mark Thomas Dana Thompson Patrick Thompson Karen Thompson Ricky Thompson Seth Tidwcll Carol Tobey Stan Townsend Phyllis Tsehappat Debbie Trinder Robert Tuell Anettc Turner Harry Turner Dana Updegrove Cary Vale Vicki Versen Vicki Waldo Bruce Walker Peggy Wallace Gary Warwick Sherry Wfasson Cindy Watson Alan Watt Terry Watt Larry Wenger Marion West Shannon West ,lim Wheeler Brian White .ludy White Steve White Laura Whitmore Tom Whitmore Cathy Wies Bill Wilbanks Kathy Wilder Nancy Wilhoit Susan Wilkerson Bob Williams Linda Williams Sally Wilshire Alex Wilson Debbie Wilson .laney Wilson Dick Woodard Steve Yancey Terry Zambon if! If A, ' g 1 I 'MI , 6 Let my flame burn more and more brightly for all to take notice. And through the loyalty of my students, let me burst into a raging blaze, never to be conquered ex- cept by total defeat, which I know shall not come to me. HAIL TO EDISON! Hail! Hail to Edison! 0ur famous Edison, the best Hail! Hail to Edison! No one but Edison will meet the test Our school will carry through To Green and White we will be true Hail! Hail to Edison! We pledge our loyalty to you. Hail to the Green and White! A blaze of mighty light you'll see Long will our pep and fight A burst of dynamite reign free Welll take away the game Another for the Hall of Fame We'll light up Edison And glorify her name. ALMA MATER We raise as one our voices Your praises true to sing. Each loyal heart rejoices As echoes loudly ring Through the halls we know and cherish Through the halls that to us mean That our love will never perish For the White and for the Green. The Torch we leave behind us As we bid these walls farewell, Its flames of truth remind us Of the things that we must tell To the classes coming after, Of pleasures yet unseen, When they find their joy and laughter With the White and with the Green. As the years pass quickly by us In our hearts naught can surpass Our Alma Mater nigh us And we'll drink a toast at last To our Wisdom, Faith and Learning, To the Eaglels might supreme, To the Torch of Truth still burning, To the White and to the Green. Acknowledgments COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY: FACULTY ADVISOR Tom V. Matthews Jim Smith Beverlyis Studio Enterprise School Photos C0-EDITORS: Vicki McNickle COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY: Stan Symanski Tom V. Matthews ART WORK: CREDITS: Barbara Rips Philbrook Art Center COVER DESIGN: Vicki McNickle Taylor Publishing Company TORCH STAFF: Sharon Andress-Athletics and Eighth Grade Richard Bauman-Staff Photographer Chris Cramer-Student Life and Junior Class Brent Davis-Organizations and Sophomore Class Arthur Fox-Administration and Senior Class Bill McKee-Staff Photographer Lynn Mooreh-Organizations and Senior Class Steve Ogier-Organizations and fun ior Class David Petta-Athletics and Sophomore Class Cindy Piland-E lite and Seventh Grade Nancy Pratte-Student Life and Ninth Grade Barbara Rips-E lite and Eighth Grade Barbara Romero-A dministration and Seventh Grade Raymond Rose-Student Life and Junior Class Betty Sipes-Administration and Senior Class Dorothy Spleth-Organizations and .Sophomore Class Jean Wright-Student Life and Ninth Grade General Index Ayres, Lfwis 1Fac.5 20 B A Abercrombie, Karen 171 227 Abernathy, David 181 55, 217 Able, Karla 1121 66, 70, 74, 147, 148 Ables, Jennye 1Fac.1 20 Abraham, Trey 171 227 Abshire, John 191 60, 61, 207 Adkison Adams, Bill 1121 148 Adams, Bin 115 61, 221 Adams, Corene 1Fac.1 20 Adams, Martha 1111 170 Adams, Mary 1121 52, 86, 1-L8 Adams, Melody 1111 86, 170 Adams, Adams, Adkins, Adkins, Adkinso Paul 171 227 Wanda 1Fac.1 20 Robert 1115 sa, 59, 110 sandra 1125 86,148 n., Donny 181 55, 83, 217 Adkison, Cheryl 1101 54, 190 Adkison, ,Mike 135 211 Nancy 1105 190 Adkison, Rob 1101 43, 190 ADVERSISING BOARD 1JB. HIGH1 93 Bachman, Jim 1111 122, 170 Bar-hmnn, Susan 217 Back, N1-ilia 1121 79, 82, 86, 90, 148 Badgerow, Julie 171 55, 227 Baer, Denise 171 227 Baer, Karleen 191 85, 207 Bagwell, Susan 1101 189, 190 Haney, Bury 1105 54, 190 Bailey, Bobby 171 55, 68, 227 Bailey, Kathy 1121 66, 72, 79, 148 Bailey, Ken 1111 170 Bair, Mike 1111 122, 170 Bentley ADVERTISING BOARD 1SR. HIGH1 94, 95 Ah'1'ens, Joan 1111 66, 72, 170 Akins, Faren 191 61, 207 Akins, Patty 1121 72, 73, 92, 148 Baird, Dean 191 207 Baird, Miller 1101 190 Baker, Amos 1111 66, 170 Baker, Barbara 191 68, 85, 207 Been, Mike 185 211 Been, Steve 1101 59, 191 Beeson, Beeson, Carrie 1111 86, 95, 171 Chris 191 55, 68, 207 BEGlNNlNG STRINGS 60 Belford, David 1111 171. Bell, Bill 1111 171 Bcll, David 1111 171 Bell, Debby 1115 111 Bell, Jana 1101 74, 139, 191 Bell, Bell, Marva Ann 171 227 Paul 1115 108,171 Belle-r, Cleve 1111 142, 171 Bcller, Jerrel 1Fac.1 19, 20 Belt, Jim 1Fac.1 20, 32, 89 Bement, Jeanie 1121 66, 70, 79, 86, 148 Bement, Jerry 191 207 Bendel, Dick 181 60, 217 Bender, Phillip 181 55, 217 Bennett, Gayle 191 207 Bennett, Joe 1111 125, 171 Bennett, Nancy 1111 65, 171 Bennett, Rhonda 1101 58, 59, 191 Bennett, Rhonda Sue 1105 191 Bennett, Steve 191 207 ' Benson, Phil 1121 14-9 Benson, Vic 1111 124, 171 , Charlotte 1121 55, 72, 79, 149 Albright, Sarah 1111 170 Alexander Alexander , Ashley 1Fac.1 20, 57, 60 , Don 1111 58, 59, 170 Alexander, Ellen 1111 86, 170 Alexander, Jeff 191 207 Alexander Alexander , Kenneth 181 217 Larry 11-1ac.1 9, 14, 20, 34, 146, 147 Algie, Jo Anne 1121 148 Allan, Anne 1101 190 Aman, can dy 191 207 AllcurnQ Charles 191 207 Allen, Deborah 1101 54, 190 Allen, Elizabeth 171 227 Allen, Joy cc 1101 190 Baker, Beverly 1101 54, 74, 190 Baker, David 1101 190 Baker, Harry 171 68, 227 Baker, Janet 171 61, 227 Baker, Janice 1101 190 Baker, Judy 1101 54, 92, 190 Baker, Martha 171 227 Baker, Mike 171 227 Baker, Sherry 191 54, 207 Baker, Susie 1111 95, 170 Baldwin, Carol 191 207 Baldwin, Galen 1111 77, 170 Baldwir Balrlwir 1, Garry 181 75, 217 1, Guy 1111 170 Balfe, Terry 191 73, 207 Amyx, Holly 171 227 Allen, Robert 1101 60, 190 Allen, Sherri 191 55, 207 Allen, Wesley 1121 66, 148 Allison, Mary Beth 181 217 Alston, Merrilyn 1121 55, 66. 79, 82, 148 Alston, Robert 1101 58, 59, 112, 190 Alumbaugh, Dale 171 227 Amelon, Kathy 1111 86, Amstutz, Shirley 171 61, Andelman, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Julie 1111 9, Charlene 1101 Dana 185 217 Don 1111 170 169, 170 227 42, 62, 66, 72, 77, 170, 181 79. 190 Ball, Roger 1111 170 Ballard, Bob 181 61, 217 BAND I 61 BAND II 61 BAND lll 61 Bankoff, Kathy 1101 190 Bankoff, Valerie 191 207 Banks, Billy 1101 190 Barber, Kathy 1111 39, 170 Barber, Sandy 1121 66, 77, 147, 1-18 Barbour, Patti 1121 148 Barker, Neil 1Fac.1 20, 23 Barkley, Claudia 1121 148 Barnard, Diane 191 207 Barnard, Randy 1101 190 Anderson, Don 1101 105, 190 Anderson, Gary 1121 66, 90, 148 Anderson, Kenneth 171 227 Anderson, Martin 171 55, 227 Anderson, Michele 191 85, 207 Anderson, Pam 1121 148 Anderson, Patty 1121 44, 50, 70, 76, 79, 81, 104, 131 148 Anderson, Steve 171 227 Andress, Dcnnis 191 55, 207 Andress, Sharon 1121 8, 9, 34, 46, 65, 66, 70, 72, 92, Barnes, Barnes, Cindy 1125 148 Dennis 1111 76, 170 Barnes, Paul 191 207 Barnes, Teresa 181 217 Baines, Wendy 1101 81, 190 Barnes, William 171 227 Barnett Barnett Barnett Barnett , Cathy 191 93, 217 , Heidi 181 217 , Howard 1101 190 , Pam 1111 170 Barnett, Pamela 1101 190 Barr, Paula 171 227 1-1-2, 148 Andress, Tuck 181 55, 68, 217 Andrews, Mary Jane 191 74, 207 Andrews, Natalie 191 207 Andrews, Stephen 1121 148 Angelopoulos, Liz 171 227 Anstcth, Philip 1101 60, 107, 122, Antell, Jesse 1101 190 Antry, Kathleen 191 54, 207 Antry, William 1101 190 190 Barrington, Gary 171 227 Barrington, Pam 1111 170 Barron, Dick 191 207 Barron, Kurt 171 55, 83, 227 Barry, John 1121 12, 57, 58, 59, 148 Barry, Linda 181 61, 217 Barry, Susan 1101 190 Bartlett, Jeannie 171 73, 227 Bartlett, liiike 1101 125, 190 Barton, Jean 1111 86, 170 Berg, Chris 1121 82, 87, 149 Berg, Mike 191 61, 207 Bergman, Candi 1101 191 Bernier, Gary 1101 191 Berry, Betty 171 55, 227 Berry, Marcia 1Fac.1 21 Berry, Mike 181 217 Berryman, Jay 1111 171 Besselman, Christine 191 75, 207 Bevis, Mike 1121 90, 149 Bewley, Susan 1111 171 Bickel, Cilla 1111 82, 171 Bigby, Bernard 1121 44, 76, 100, 103, 104, 149 Bigby, Jeff 1101 191 Biggs, Annette 181 55, 217 Billings, Donna 1101 191 Billingslea, Frank 1101 191 Binz, Sherry 1101 191 Bird, Mary 1125 52, 66, 86, 147, 149 Bischoff, Dirk 191 207 Black, Ann 1121 149 Black, David 1101 191 Black, Jan 191 207 Black, Sandy 1121 149 Blackstock, Birch 191 55, 207 Blackstock, Lore 181 217 Blair, George 1101 191 Blake, James 1101 191 Blake, Orlene 1l"ac.1 21 Bland, Beverly 1111 171 Blank, Linda 1121 13, 56, 66, 92, 149 Blankenship, Robert 1Fac.1 21, 54, 55 Blaylock, Ruth 1Fac.1 21 Bledsoe, Sharon 191 207 Bledsoe, Vickie 1111 171 Blevins, Jamey 1101 191 Bliss, Abby 181 217 Bliss, Mark 171 227 Block, Diane 191 73, 207 Block, Jeff 171 227 Blood, Alice 171 55, 227 Blood, Steve 1101 58, 59, 191 Bloyed, Jimmy 181 217 Boatright, Dorothy 1Fac.1 21, 30, 207 Budiey, Sandy 1125 12, 41, 65, 10, 12, 149 Boekhoff, Mike 1121 2, 149 AQUlLLA CLUB 84, B5 Arbaugh, David 1101 190 Archambo, Jeannie 1101 60, 190 Archibald, Ann 1121 86, 148 Archibald, ,lane 191 83, 207 Argue, Steve 1111 170 Argue, Tony 191 55, 207 Armstrong, Barbara 1111 170 Armstrong, Williarri 1101 190 Arnold, Judy 1121 148 Arnold, Terry 191 207 Ashby, Lyn 1111 170 BASEBALL 120, 121 BASKETBALL 108-111 Bass, Becky 1111 82, 170 Bass, Janis 1121 66, 75, 148 Bass, Merle 1101 190 Boesche, Roger 1121 10, 39, 64, 65, 66, 71, 13 147, 149 Bogle, Ed 1111 171 Bogle, Kay 1125 3, 19, 95, 149 7, 143 Boismier, Linda 191 89, 207 Boles, Dinah 181 217 Bolon, Paul 1111 73, 95, 108, 171 Bolt, Ruth 1Fac.1 21 Bond, Bill 1121 62, 82, 112, 115, 147, 149 Ashcroft, Mary 171 60 7 Ashcroft, Viva 191 85, Ashe, D , 22 207 onna 1101 190 Atkinson, Tom 1111 82, 170 Attaway, Bob 191 55, 64, 93, 207 Attaway, Debbie 171 75, 227 Attaway, Dick 171 227 Aubrey, Betty 191 73, 83, 85, 207 Aubrey, Ginny 1121 13, 34, 56, 70, 143, 144, 14-6, 147, 148, 150 Aubrey, Mike 1121 65, 87, 148 Audley, Derek 1121 148 Autcn, Ca thy 1105 190 Auten, Doug 171 227 Auten, Jim 1111 108, 170 Avery, Claudia 171 60, 227 Axley Gary 1111 170 Axley, Linda 1101 82, 190 Ayers, Nancy 181 217 Bassett, Linda 1101 190 Bates, Robert 1101 191 Bauder, Barbara 1121 148 Baudcr, Bea 1111 170, 181- Bauer, Alice 1Fac.1 20 Bauman, James 171 60, 227 Bauman, Richard 1111 47, 170 Bauter, Steven 1121 57, 66, 87, 148 Bavlcss, Tom 1101 106, 122, 191 Bayoutli, Phillip 171 226, 227 Bayouth, Randy 1101 191 Beach, Karen 1111 170 Beach, Stephen 181 61, 217 Beaird, Brian 181 61, 217 Bean, Christie 1115 38, 15, 86, 95, 170 Bean, Chuck 181 217 Bean, Mike 191 55, 207 Beard, Betsy 1101 13, 43, 56, 79, 189, 191 Beard, Margaret 1101 95, 191 Benson, Mike 1121 148 Beaty, Scott 191 68, 206, 207 Beauchamp, Gary 1111 66, 170 Becher, Babette 181 55, 217 Beck, Chris 181 217 Becker, Lynn 1111 66, 170 Beeklund, Randy 191 207 Bond, Dennis 1101 191 Boner, Regina 1121 2, 48, 49, 79, 89, 149 Bonner, Charlotte 1101 191 Bonner, Gary 1101 191 Bonner, Steve 1121 149 Booker, Robbie 181 217 Bookman, Jerry 1121 124, 149 Bookman, Larry 1101 124, 191 Booter, Steve 1101 59 Booth, Brian 1111 107, 171 Booth, Phillip 171 61, 227 Booth, Roberta 1101 191 Booth, Roger 1101 124, 191 Booth, Steve 1111 171 Boots, Linda 191 208 Borchard, Susan 1111 66, 86, 171, 184 Borland, Candy 1121 9, ll, 36, 58, 59, 66, 72, 149 Borland, Fredricka 1105 43, 58, 59, 72, 191 Borland, Tag 171 227 Born, Bobby 181 61, 217 Born, Charles 1111 58, 59, 171 Horror, John 1101 191 Bougher, Virginia 1101 191 Bouteller, John 1111 124, 171 Bouteller, Jo Karen 1121 2, 48, 49, 64, 66, 72, 79, 82, 149, 165 239 Bowden, Kathy 1101 191 Bowden, Ronnie 181 217 Bowen, Fillmore 1101 191 Bumpass, Rosemary 1111 ,42, 62, 66, 79, 168, 169, 192 Bunch, Gerald 1101 90, 105, 192 Bowen, Nancy 1101 78, 79 81, 95, 191 Bowen, Scott 181 55, 68, 217 Bowen, Susan 181 61, 217 Bowman, Elaine 1111 75, 86, 171 Boyd, Boyd, Austin 171 227 Barbara 1121 149 Bunch, Tom 1121 58, 59, 150 Bunn, Pete 1111 108, 172 Bunyard, Mike 171 228 Bunyard, Paula 1101 58, 59, 192 Burch, Richard 1Fac.1 21 Burgess, Leland 1103 122, 172 Boyd, David 1111 58, 59, 171 Boyd, Greg 171 226, 227 Boyd, Sandra 1101 191 Boyd, Susan 1111 171 Boyer, Bobby 171 227 BOY'S GLEE CLUB 55 Bradley, Lisa 171 55, 227 Burges s, Lynn 1101 107, 192 Bu-rgher, Brendy 181 55, 218 Burke, Burke, Burke, Rita 1121 82, 86, 90, 150 Tom 1121 151 Tom 171 228 Burket, Barbara 1Fac.1 21, 62 Burkhart, Sara 1Fac.1 19, 20, 21 Chastain, Kennetha 1101 192 Chatenfever, David 181 61, 68, 218 Chatonevcr, Debbie 181 218 Chavcrs, Claudia 1101 81, 192 CHEERLEADERS 50, 51 Chclsca, Pamela 1101 54, 192 Cherry, Ronald 1101 192 Childress, Liz 1101 192 Childress, Sheri 1121 86, 151 Childs, Mary 1Fa1-.1 21 Christian, Randy 191 93, 208 Christman, Earl 1101 60, 192 Church, Melony 1121 151 Church, llike 171 228 Churchwell, John 1111 173 Bradley, Lynda 181 55, 217 Bradley, Patsy 1121 149 Bradley, Paula 1103 191 Bradley, Steve 1111 171 Bradshaw, Pam 181 55, 217 Brady, Bill 1111 2, 171 Brady. Jim 1121 149 Brady, Mike 1101 191 Branch, Tommy 1111 171 Brand, Johnna 1121 78, 79, 91, 149 Brashear, Cheri. 1121 11, 34, 36, 53, 70, 72, 147, 14-9 Brashear, Renee 191 54, 208 Brassfield, Dan 1101 191 79, 86, Burns, Bill 181 61, 218 Burns, Cynthia 1101 192 Burns, Pancho 191 208 Burn.s, Ralph 1111 172 Burrel, Jerry 1121 151 Burrs, Charlie 181 218 Burt, Mary Ella 1121 55, 147, 151 Burton, Chris 171 92, 228 Burton, Steve 1121 151 Bush, John 1111 95, 116, 172 Bush, Laurie 181 61, 218 Bush, Woody 1111 172 Butcher, Doug 171 61, 228 Butler, Bob 1121 112, 114, 151 Brassfield, Jack 181 217 Braudrick, Keith 1121 7, 149 Brauer, Harold 1121 149 Braunlich, Anita 181 217 Brack, Bob 191 61, 208 Breeding, Mike 1101 192 Breedlove, Carolyn 1121 149 Brendle, Ken 1111 2, 48, 65, 73, 171 Brewer, Kathy 1121 66, 149 Brewer, Laura 1101 192 Briggs, Jan 191 84, ss, 93, 208 Brightmire, Deborah 171 55, 227 Brighton, Cindy 1111 72, 92, 171 Brighton, Harry 181 217 Brill, Steve 1101 192 Brink, Mike 181 217 Brinlee, Mike 171 227 Briscoe, Bill 1121 66, 149 Butler, Cathy 1111, 172 Butler, Jane 1111 172 Butler, Janet 191 61, 74, 208 Butler, Butts, Byars, Byers, Peggy 171 226, 228 John 1Fac.1 21, 168, 169 Jane Ann 171 60, 228 Donna 1121 79, 92, 151 Byrd, Diana 181 61, 218 Byrd, Janet 1101 58, 59, 192 Byrne, Byrne, Helen 1111 66, 172 Jim 191 208 Clark, Clark, Amy 191 29, 68, 85, 208 Anne 171 228 Clark, Charlene 1173121 19, 21, 66 Clark, Clark, Clark, Charles 1111 173 Danny 1111 173 Dean 171 228 Clark, Debbie 1111 173 Clark, Mary Lee 171 60, 228 Clark, Clark, Clark, Nancy 191 208 Nancy 181 218 Parrish 171 228 Clark, Sharon 181 218 Clarke, Cheryl 191 54, 81, 208 Clauscr, Jeanne 1121 55, 79, 151 Clauscr, Karen 1111 173 Claxton, Lynn 1121 151 Claxton, Mike 191 208 Clayman, Susan 1121 151 Clements, Marcy 171 228 Clements, Maureen 181 218 Clements, Tina 1121 79, 151 Cleveland, Lewis 1Fac.1 16, 17 Cleveland, Pamela 181 218 Clifton, Becky 181 218 Cline, Orville 1101 192 Clore, Linda 1101 192 Britton, Dennis 1111 171 Broach, David 1121 3, 66, 150 Broach, Leslie 171 227 Brocksmith, Katy 191 85, 89, 208 Biroding, Bruce 1101 58, 59, 192 Brouse, Brian 191 83, 208 Brouse Carol 1121 66, 81, 150 Brown: Barbie 1121 75,150 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, L50 Brown, Brown, Brown, Beverly 181 217 Cadijah 171 227 Carla 191 55, 75, 83, 93, 208 Cathy 1121 55, 66, 79, 92, 150 Gail 1121 66, 70, 150 Gary 1121 150 Gene 1121 9, 150 Brown, George 1103 192 Brown, Janice 191 85, 208 Brown, Jerry 1Fac.1 21 Brown, Brown, John 1101 192 Karen 1101 74,192 Brown, Kathryn Ann 1121 82, 150 Brown, Kathryn. Lee 1121 62, 65, 150 Brown, Lewis 1121 150 Brown, Brown, Lynn 1121 150 Mike 181 217 Brown, Mike 171 55, 227 Brown, Peggy 191 208 Brown, Phyllis 1111 171 Brown, Brown, Randy 181 217 Soon 1101 192 Brown, Terry 1101 192 Brown, Terry 171 227 Brown, Wendell 181 61, 217 Bruce, Don 1121 150 Bruce, Suzanne 1101 54, 192 Bruza, Janythe 1111 171 Bruza, Jennifer 1121 150 Bryan, Bobby 181 93, 217 Bryan, James 1101 108, 192 Bryant, Carol 181 54, 217 Bryant, Jane 1121 150 Bryant, Pat 1121 150 Bryant Wiley 1121 61 66 71, 150 Bucharian, Robert 181,217 Don 1121 36, 45, 52, 53, 57, 66, 71, 122, 147, Byrne, Kathy 171 61, 92, 228 C Cadenhead, Robert 1101 189, 192 Cahen, Alan 181 55, 218 Cahill, Donna 191 85, 208 Close, Georganne 1111 9, 66, 95, 173 Clutch, Dan 1121 60, 66, 74, 87, 92, 151 Clyburn, Linda 191 54, 83, 85, 208 Cobb, Linda Louise 171 55, 228 Cobb, Pat 191 61, 208 Cobb, Victor 1101 58, 59, 192 Cain, Gary 1111 172 Caldwell, Bill 1111 13, 108, 110, 172 Caldwell, Bob 1Fac.1 21, 71 Caldwell, David 1121 58, 59, 66, 151 Caldwell, Donna 191 208 Caldwell, Melinda 1101 79, 192 Caldwell, Robert 1111 172 Calhoun, Doug 1101 108, 192 Callaway, Lynnette 1111 79, 172 Camblin, Camblin, Ken 1101 192 Phil 1111 172 Cameron, Krista 1111 172 Campbell, Claudette 1111 66, 74, 92, 172 Campbell, Glenn 191 208 Campbell, Jane 1121 75, 81, 151 Campbell, Phil 171 61, 228 Campbell, Scott 171 228 Campbell, Thomas 181 218 Campfield, Karen 171 228 Campfield, Kathy 171 228 Cochran, Carol 1111 173 Cockrell, David 1101 58, 60, 122, 193 Cockrell, Laurie 181 68, 218 Coe, Mary Anne 191 93, 208 Coffin, Coffin, Cohen, Cohen, Cohen, Cohen, lVlark 1111 88, 173 Pam 181 61, 218 Deena 1111 9, 66, 86, 173 Gershon 191 208 Morton 1111 173 Nancy 191 54, 208 Cohen, Randy 191 208 Cohen, Steve 191 64, 75, 208 Cohn, usan 181 75 93, 218 5 , Coker, Gregg 171 228 Cole, Lynda 1111 173 Cole, Lynn 1121 151 Cole, Martha 1Fac.1 9, 21, 30, 94 Coleman, Cathy 181 218 Coleman, Pris 171 73, 228 Collar, Carolyn 1111 173 Collier, Arla 1111 173 Collins, Bruce 1111 173 Collins, George 11"ac.1 21, 31 Cantrell, Margaret 1101 43, 74, 79, 192 Capehart, John 1111 66, 172 Cariker, Kerry 181 55, 218 Carley, Cindy 181 218 Carley, Judy 1101 192 Cavert, Buchannan, John 1101 192 Buchner, Debbie 171 227 Buchner, Mark 1121 39, 45, 53, 62, 77, 87, 90, 147, 150 Buchner, Russel 1111 87, 171 Buck, Brian 171 92, 227 Buck, Stephanie 1111 171 Buckingham, Lana 1101 192 Bucklin, John 181 217 Buckner, Bob 1111 171 Budd, Jim 1111 172 Bueg, Barbara 1111 66, 92, 172 Bueg, Susan 181 218 Bull, Marilyn 1111 39, 172 Buller, Laura 1101 79, 192 Buller, Lonnie 1121 150 Buller, Rozella 1101 79, 192 Buller, Wayne 181 218 Bullinger, Steve 1101 192 Bullinger, Susan 181 218 240 Carlisle, Dana 181 218 Carlson, Jane 181 218 Carlson, Judy 191 68, 208 Carnes, Dennis 171 61, 228 Carney, Dan 1121 90, 151 Carney, Helen 1Fac.1 21, 72, 175 Carr, S Carroll, teve 1121 151 Cathy 1101 54, 75, 192 Carroll, Debby 1111 172 Carroll, Jeff 171 228 Carson, David 171 61, 228 Carson, Jim 191 208 Carter, Chris 1101 57, 58, 192 Carter, Jean 171 228 Carwile, Linda 191 208 Cary, Sandy 1121 151 Casey, Wendell 1Fac.1 21 Cash, Mary 181 218 Cash, Steve 191 208 Cates, Cates, Cates, Cates, Caren 1101 95, 192 Debbie 171 228 Laurel 1101 79, 192 Marc 181 218 Cathey, Dianne 171 228 Catron, Caudle, Cherry 1111 172 Kathy 1121 151 Larry 1121 13, 56, 76, 81, 103, 104, 151 Colpitt, Colvin, Colvin, Combs, Conard, CONCE CONCE Condry, Fransi 181 218 Carol 181 218 Keith 17 228 Cindy 1121 34, 58, 59, 81, 88, 1 Steve 191 61, 208 RT CHORUS 13, 56 RT ORCHESTRA 60 John 1111 173 Cvngvr, George 1121 9, 76, 96, 108, 109, 110 101 Conine, Dixie 1111 173 Conine Mary 1101 193 Conn, 1Vlarty 181 54, 218 Connell Thomas 1101 193 Conner, William 1Fac.1 22, 85 Conway, Becky 171 55, 228 Conway, Cathy 1101 86 Conway, Cheryl 1121 151 Cook, J Cooper, Cooper, ocl 1111 173 David 1121 62, 77. 90, 151 Patti 1111 72, 173 Cope, Robefrt 1Fac.1 22 Copenhaver, Donna 1101 13, 56, 193 Copcs, Fred 191 208 Corgill, Rick 171 61,228 51 Cornell, Ann 171 55, 228 Cornell, Sue 171 55, 228 Cornett, Danny 1121 151 Cottier, Anita 191 83, 208 Cottier, Linda 1111 66. 173 Cotton, Darlene 1111 62, 75, 77, 88, 95, 173 180 Cottrell Tim 1111 173 Couch, ,C harles 1123 151 Coulson, Becky 181 218 Coulson, 173 Mike 1111 10, 101, 104, 116 117 118 119 Carney, Emma Lee 1Fac.1 21 Chalmers, Steve 1101 108, 192 Champion, Mark 1121 37, 53, 59, 82, 90, 151 Chance, Anita 1121 70, 72, 79, 151 Chandler, Cristine 1101 72, 79, 81, 189, 192 Chapman, David 1111 62, 77, 90, 172 Chapman, Richard 1Fac.1 14, 21, 52, 98, 99 Chase, Linda, 171 228 Chase, Peggy 181 213 Chase, Susan 1111 172 Coulter, Steve 191 55, 64, 208 Cousins, Vickie 1121 151 Covington, David 191 208 Cowan, Genny 1111 42, 49, 77, 173 Cowart, Cathey 1121 65, 151 Cowdcn, David 1101 193 Cowell, Ronald 171 228 Cowles, John 1121 53, 95, 152, 159 Cox, Chcryll 1111 173 Cox, Dale 1121 152 Cox, Doug 181 218 Cox, Richard 1Fac.1 19, 20, 22, 94 Crager, Joan 191 85, 208 Craig, Cheryl 1101 54, 193 Craig, Forrest 191 60, 64, 93, 208 Craig, Janis 1121 86, 152 Craigo, William 1111 173 Crain, Bill 1111 57, 58, 59, 173 Cramer, Chris 1111 8, 46, 74, 173, 177, 178, 184 Craun, Thomas 171 228 Craver, Cathey 1121 52, 74, 152 Crawford, David 1101 13, 38, 43, 56, 71, 125, 188, 189, 193 Crawford, Don 1101 55, 108, 193 Dellinger, Rebecca 171 228 Dellinger, Tom 1101 193 DeMerritt, Beth 1101 55, 79, 193 Delkierritt, Ginny 181 61, 83, 218 DeMint, Janet 171 229 Dempsey, Dempsey, Denham, Denham, Denham, Denhow, Brian 181 218 Laura 1101 193 Dam 171 61,229 Gayle 1101 54, 193 Win 1121 41, 52, 152 Daryl 1101 193 Denney, Anne 171 229 Denncy, Mary 1101 193 Eagleton, John 1121 153 Earl, Catherine 1Fac.1 22, 30 Easley, Pam 181 219 Easter, Peggy 1111 50, 76, 104, 169, 174 Eddy, Sandra 1121 92, 153 Edleman, Sheila 1111 174 Eden, Mary 181 219 EDISON LIFE 44, 45, 52, 53 EDISON WVEEK 38, 39 Edmark, David 191 209 Edmisten, Judy 1101 189, 194 Crawford, Janet 1111 58, 59, 60, 72, 74, 173, 185 Crawford, Karen 1111 173 Crawford, Mike 171 228 Crawford, Susan 1121 152 Crvager, Carol 181 218 Creekmore, Chuck 1111 3, 76, 101, 173 Crehore, Michael 1101 193 Crews, Carol 1121 78, 79, 92, 152 Crews, David 1111 173 Crews, Doug 181 61, 218 Crisp, Marvin 181 218 Crombie, Linda 1101 54, 79, 193 Crunk, Kaye 1101 78, 79, 193 Cronk, Ken 171 228 Crunk, 1V1arll1a 1101 74, 78, 79, 126, 134, 189, 193 Cross, Carolyn 1111 49, 90, 173 CROSS-COUNTRY 106, 107 Crosse-r, Vickie 1121 152 Crouch, Diana 1121 13, 56, 152 Crouch, Rae 1101 54, 79, 193 Crow, Tommy 171 60, 228 Crowder, Carol 181 218 219 Crowder, Kay 171 228 Crowell, Dave 1Fac.1 22, 32, 91 Crumlli Jeannine 1111 173 Cullinan, Kathy 181 218 Curby, Glenda 1121 55, 72, 79, 86, 152 Curry, Tim 1121 76. 120, 121, 152 Curtis, Gary 191 208 Daily. Joel 1101 95, 112, 189, 193 Dalby, Randy 191 208 Dale, Kirk 191 61, 208 Dale, Lysbeth 1121 152 Dale, Stephanie 1101 65, 75, 79, 193 Dalton, Karren 191 208 Daniel, Carolyn 1101 79, Daniel, Ginny 1111 86, 169, 173 Dankbar, Joan 171 228 Dankbar, Mike 1111 173 Danner, Dan 171 228 Danncr, Diane 1111 65, 173 Danner, John 1121 9, 11, 57, 60, 65, 66, 71, 76, 103, 116, 117, 119, 140, 143, 152 Davidson, Bob 1111 174 Davidson, Dede 1111 174 Davidson, Donna 1111 58, 59 Davidson, Donna 1101 60, 193 Davidson, Michael 181 55, 218 Davidson, Pat 181 218 Davidson Scott 191 55 208 Davidson: viieiie 1101,193 Davis Davis, Barbara 1101 60,193 Bill 1101 193 Davis, Brent 1111 8, 13, 47, 62, Davis, David 1111 174 Davis, Freddy 181 83, 218 Davis, Joanne 1121 152 Davis, Jodie 1121 66, 152 Davis, Joyce 1101 193 71, 87, 113, 114, 174 Davis, Karen 171 228 Davis, Kathy 1121 152 Davis, Ken 1121 152 Davis, Kurt 171 228 Davis, Larry 1111 174 Davis, l1ark 1111 75, 125, 174 Davis, Marsha 1121 65, 66, 70, 74,.78, 79, 152 Davis, Mary 1121 62, 66, 152 Davis, Monty 171 228 Dent, Rod 191 208 Denton, Randy 1111 66, 174 DcSirey, Richard 181 218 Desmond, Georganne 1Fac.1 22 Detrick, Russell 1101 193 Deupree, Bobby 1111 65, 120, 174 Deupree, Diane 191 93, 208 Devin, Bill 1121 34, 66, 152 Devlin, Karyn Ann 1121 152 Devlin, Tobey 191 208 Dewecs, Judy 1111 60, 174 Dewolf, Kathy 1101 193 Dick, David 171 229 Dick, Debra 181 218 Dick, Marianne 181 218 Dickerson, Jill 1121 55, 86, 152 Dickerson, Lynda 1101 60, 88, 193 Dickey, Patty 11101 86, 193 Dickson, Les 1121 76, 152 Dieus, Debbie 171 229 Dies, Karyn 1101 191 Digzges, Jennifer 1111 174 Diggcs, Joe 1101 55, 194 DiGiacomo, David 1121 9, 152 Dill, Danny 1101 194 Dillman, Bob 1101 194 Dillman, Susie 1111 44, 86, 135, 174 Dillon, Mynette 1111 174 Dimit, Diane 1101 38, 65, 188, 189, 194 Disch, Carolyn 1121 66, 86, 152 Disch, Linda 171 60, 229 Disney, Mary 171 229 Disney, Sally 1111 174 Disney, Scott 181 55, 218 Dixon, Steve 1121 102, 104, 152 Doak, Jan 171 229 Dobelbower, Jack 1Fac.1 22, 32, 61 Dobson, Rock 171 229 Dobson, Ronnie 181 218 Dodge, Cindy 181 218 Dodge, Dee Ann 1121 52, 86, 152 Dodson, Pat 1121 152 Dohnalek, Marilyn 171 229 Dollins, Dinah 1101 79, 194 Donahue, Sandra 1Fac.1 22, 33 Donald, Paulette 1121 153 Dunkin, Bettie 1121 50, 64, 65, 70, 75, 76, 77, 79, 86, 104, 126, 135, 138, 142, 153 Edmondson, Tate 1101 189, 194 Edwards, Barry 191 209 Edwards, Bruce 1111 174 Edwards, Joyce 191 209 Edwards, Mike 1121 153 Egan, Cathy 1101 194 EIGHTH GRADE CLASS 217-225 EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS 216 Eilcrs, Kim 171 55, 229 Eilcrs, Mikc 1111 44, 108, 111, 175 Eisen, Barry 191 64, 209 Eitcl, charms 1111 108, 169, 115 akin, Jim 1121 56, 153 Eiiiim, Nancy 1111 se, 175 Elder, Jack 1111 87, 175 Eley, Stephanie 181 68, 219 Elias, Alan 1101 194 Eliot, John 1121 48, 49, 66, 153 Eliott, Jeri Jo 171 55, 229 Elleman, Louise 1111 175 Eller, Don 171 55, 229 Eller, Phil 191 61, 64, 209 Dunkin, Diana 1111 9, 26, 44, 50, 64, 65, 66, 75, 76, 104, 134, 169, 174 Donovan, Jim 1101 116, 194 Donovan, Leesa 1121 153 Donovan, Richard 181 218 Dorris, Jim 1101 194 Dorsctt, David 171 229 Dorsett, Linda 1111 72, 174 Dorsett, Lindell 1111 174 Dossey, Janie 1101 79, 194 Dosscy, Susan 181 219 Dougherty, Mary 1111 66, 174 Dotson, Patricia 171 229 Downing, Jim 1121 153 Downs, Gcorganna 171 229 Drake, Danny 191 208 Drake, Larry 1111 42, 174 Dratz, Mary 191 83, 93, 209 Dratz, Pete 1111 107, 116, 174 Dresser, Dona 1111 174 Drcssler, Pat 1111 174 Ellington, Lisa 171 229 Elliot, Frances 1Fae.1 22 Elliot, Joe 1121 44, 153 Elliott, Bob 1101 194 Elliott, Danny 181 55, 219 Elliott, Paula 171 229 Elmore, Mike 1101 58, 59, 125, 194 175 Elmore, Steve 11,11 60, Emery, Linda 171 229 Emmons, Barry 191 209 Endres, Vaughn 1101 194 England, Dorcas 1121 95, 153 Engle, Anita 171 229 English, Terry 171 229 Enlow, Barbara 1121 72, Enlow, John. 191 209 Ennis, Marilyn 1121 1 153 53 Enterline, Mark 171 61, 229 Erdmann, Beth 181 219 Erdmann, Paul 1101 55, Erni, Mary 1101 38, 51, Erskine, Cathy 1111 72, 194 65, 175 76, 79, 104, 188, 189, 19-li Ervin, Debi 191 54, 33, 209 Estel, Steve 1111 108 Esrtep, Ray 1111 62, 77, 90 Estill, Sally 181 219 Eubanks, Steve 191 74, 209 Euhanks, Susanne 1111 65, 66, 175 Eubanks, Wendy 181 73, Euchaski, Jane 191 61, 209 Euchaski, Jeff 181 219 Eusticc, Keith 1121 153 Evans, Harry 1121 76, 112, 114, 1 Evans, Keta 1121 95, 153 Evans, Merry Ellen 1121 36, 153 Evans, Teresa 181 61, 219 Everson, Marcia 1121 9, 153 Ewing, Ann. 1121 58, 59, 153 Ewing, Ann 171 229 22, 153 Drew, Bob 171 229 Drew, Carla 1101 194 Drew, John 1101 194 Drew, Katie 1111 174 Davis, Nancy 1101 193 Davis, Rod 171 228 Dawson, Mary Ann 171 228 Day, Charles 181 55, 218 Day, Doug 1111 4-9, 174 Day, Jenny 1101 79, 95, 193 Deasr, John 1111 174 Droke, Gaye 181 219 Duckworth, Dale 1121 153 Duckworth, Lucy 1Fac.1 22, 74 Dudding, Charles 1121 66, 153 Dudding, Mike 1111 59, 174 Duke, Pamela 191 209 Dumas, Dan 1111 71, 174 Dumas, Mary 191 209 rem, Jim 1121 sa, 59, 154 Deardeuff, Pam 1101 193 Deatherage, Charles 1121 152 Deatherage, James 1111 66, 174 Deatherage, Kathy 1101 193 Deatherage, Susie 171 228 DeCorte, Clair 1111 174 DeCoursey, John 1121 152 DeCoursey, Raymond 1111 90, 174 DeCoursey, Richard 1111 112, 174 DeFa1co, Roberta 1111 174 DeFalco, Toni Sue 191 61, 208 DeLarzelere, Becky 181 54, 218 Exon, Terry 1121 153 F Fadem, Bruce 191 209 Fadcm, Lloyd 191 209 Fadem, Steve 1121' 65, 66, Fair, John 1121 153 Fairchild, Bob 1111 175 Fairchild, Roy 1121 153 Fanning, Jeff 191 209 Fanning, Mike 171 229 73, 74, 88, 92, 155 Fails Bob 1121 120,153 yu Farmer, Becki 191 54, 84, 85, 209 Farmer, Debbie 1121 82, 90, 153 Farmer, Mike 181 61, 219 Farney, Judy 1101 194 Farrar, Gus 181 219 Farrar, Farrell, Farris, Susan 181 219 Diane 1101 194 B011 1101 11, 105, 194 Duncan, Bill 181 83, 219 Duncan, Evelyn 1Fac.1 22 Duncan, Margaret 181 61, 93, 219 Duncan, Terri. 171 226, 229 Dundee, Gary 1121 66, 92, 153 Dundee, Shirley 181 55, 219 Dunn, Alicia 1121 153 Dunn, Cheryl 1121 86, 95, 153 Dunn, Lindsay 1111 39, 72, 79, 174 Dunn, Marilyn 1121 153 Dunn, Dunn, Susan 1111 81, 174 Terry 171 229 Farris, Kaye 1121 44, 66, 70, Fast, Debby 1101 194 Fast, Martha 1Fac.1 22 Faulkinbury, Jean 1Fac.1 22 Faulkner, Joe 1121 154 Faulkner, Steve 1111 175 Faxon, Betsy 171 229 Faxon, Marcy 191 209 Fay, Randy 171 60, 229 Fehr, Cathy 1101 81, 191- 78, 79, 135, 117, 154 DeLarzelere, Franky 171 68, 228 DeLay, Bethel 1Fac.1 22, 86 Delk, Denny 1101 193 Dunton, Dana 171 229 Dutsch, Dennis 1Fac.1 22, 125 Dye, Larry 1101 194 Feldmann, Jinx 191 61, 209 Feldman, Mary 171 61, 68, 229 ren, Judy 1111 12, as, 175 Graybill, Larry 171 230 Felts, Brion 181 55, 219 Felts, Meredith 191 54, 85, 209 Fenderson, Scott 1121 116, 118 Galloway, Lon 171 55, 92, 229 Galloway, Mark 1111 176 Galloway, Tracy 191 209 Garetson, Pat 191 209 Garrison Fenster, George 1101 194 Fenster, Laura 189 219 Fergus, Linda 1101 194 Ferguson. John 199 209 Ferrell, Karen 171 229 Ferrell, Linda 191 209 Fielding, Harriet 1111 13, 95, 175 Findley, Glenda 181 219 First, Bob 1101 194 Fishbein, Nina 1101 194 Fisher, Barbara 1101 194 Fisher, David S91 209 Fisher, Eric 19 209 Fisher, Garry 1111 175 Fisher, Nancy 181 219 Gamble, Tom 1121 154 Gardner, David 1111 176 Gardner, Debbie 1101 90, 195 Gardner, Mickey 181 219 Gardner, Raymond 1101 125, 295 Gardner, Sheila 1111 176 Gardner, Tom 1101 107, 122, 195 Garetson, Palll 181 61, 219 Garland, Garman, Jcrry 171 229 Pam 1101 79,195 Garner, Judy 191 209 Garten, Philip 181 61, 219 Garren, Rick 1121 154 , Pam 181 219 Gray, Randy 181 220 Gray, Roger 1111 76, 108, 110, 176 Graybill, Lisa 191 210 Graybill, Scott 1121 90, 91, 155 Green, Priscilla 1121 155 Green, Susan 181 220 Greenwood, Gil 1111 112, 114, 176 Greenwood, Sharon 191 60, 85, 210 Gregory, Karen 1129 66, 79, 155 Grekel, Margaret 1Fac.1 23 Griffin, David 189 220 Griffin, Gil 191 210 Griffin, Liz 1111 176 Griffin, Sandra 1Fac.1 23, 29, 73 Griffin, Greg 189 55, 220 li, Kathy 199 64, as, as, 210 Griffit Griffit h, Vivian 1Fac.1 23 Fisher, Robert 1109 58, 59, 194 Fisher Fisher Fitts, , Ron.nic 181 219 , Susan 1121 154 Beverly 181 219 Gasnier, Robert 1101 58, 59, 195 Gass, Kenneth 1121 90, 91, 154 Gass, Ronnie 199 209 Gassaway, Cindy 191 85, 209 Fitts, Doug 1121 2, 58, 59, 66, 154 FitzSimons, Annette 181 219 Flake, Kathy 181 219 Fleming, Dick 1111 44, 120, 175 Fleming, Joe 1109 105, 120, 188, 189, 194 Fleming, Paul 1101 122, 194 Flickinger, Cynthia 191 209 Flint, Barbara 1121 72, 79, 154, 155 Flint, Jean 171 229 Flippo, Kathleen 1121 86, 154 Gasser, Carol 1101 43, 55, 58, 59, 195 Gates, Jan 171 229 Gayle, Linda 171 229 Geder, John 1121 76, 125, 154 Geffen, Howard 171 229 Geffen, Maury 1111 86, 176 Gelwick, Phil 1121 69, 154- Genet, Lise 181 219 George, Lorena 1Fac.1 22 Flora, Liz 1101 194 Floyd, David 181 219 Floyd, Shelley 1101 43, 65, 195 Focht, Stanley 181 61, 219 FOOTBALL 98-105 Ford, Barbara 189 61, 219 Ford, Carl 1Fac.1 22, 23 Ford, Janet 1101 195 Ford, Jo Anne 171 75, 229 Ford, Lee 181 55, 219 Ford, Michele 1121 66, 70, 72, 79, 82, 154 Ford, Steve 1111 175 George, Steve 1111 176 Gerard, Walter 1Fac.1 22 GERMAN CLUB 73 Chan, Margaret 1101 75, 195 Gibbon, Linda 1101 74, 95, 195 Gibbons, Gary 1101 107, 195 Gibbons, Randy 189 61, 219 Gibbons, Rodney 1121 154 Gibbs, Frank 1121 154 Gibson, Jeannie 1121 86, 154 Gibson, Mike 191 209 Gideon, Ralph 1Fac.1 22, 33 Griggs Alan 1111 108, 176 Grigg, Jim 1101 195 Grigor, Randy 1101 56, 105, 122, GrigsbY, John 1111 176 Grigsby, Marsha 181 220 Grigsby, Sandy 1111 176 189, 195 Grimes, Steve 1121 12, 57, 58, 59, 155 Grimm, Ernie 171 61, 230 Griner, Suzan 1111 176 Groh, Becky 1111 79 Groh, Becky 1101 13, 56, 195 Groom, Gail 1121 36, 37, 69, 70, Groszmann, Nancy 1101 195 Groth, Don 1121 89, 155 Groves, Bob 189 61, 220 Grubb, Bill 1111 66, 176 Grubb, Donna 191 81, 210 Gruenwand, Ginger 191 210 Gruhn, Linda 1101 195 Guard, Michael 171 61, 230 Guess, Bobby 1Fac.1 23 155 Gwartney, Barbara 191 85, 92, 210 Gwartney, Joe 181 55, 220 FOREIGN EXCHANGE 36, 37 Fornell, Susie 191 55, 209 Forrest, John 191 209 Forrest, Stacey 1121 154 Forsman, Pat 1121 154 Forster, Sandy 181 219 Fortner, Paul 191 60,'209 Foster, Lynn 1121 86, 154 Foster, R. G. 171 229 Foster, Roxy 191 74, 85, 209 Fowler, George 1Fac.1 19, 22 Fowler, Kenny 1101 195 Fox, Arthur 1121 8, 47, 66, 74, 88, 92, 154 Fox, Beth 171 92, 229 Fox, Cathey 191 93, 209 Fox, Stuart 191 64, 93, 209 Francis, Dixie 1111 72, 86, 175 Francis, Sherrel 181 219 Francy, Kent 1101 43, 65, 71, 122, 123, 195 Francy, Kris 181 219 Frank, Bonnie 1101 195 Franklin, Barbara 1101 195 Franklin, Becky 181 219 Franklin, Craig 1101 195 Franklin, Gayle 171 195 Frawley, Linda 191 85, 207, 209 Fredenberger, Jane 1101 44, 50, 51, 65, 74, 76, 79, 104, 126, 134, 195 Frederick, Charles 1101 195 Frederick, Christina 171 83, 229 Frederick, David 1101 195 Frederick, Richard 171 229 Fredrick, Crawford 1121 154 Freeman, Bill 181 219 FRENCH CLUB 1JR. HIGH1 73 FRENCH CLUB 1SR. 1'11GH1 72 FRESHMAN CLASS 207-215 FRESHMAN OFFICERS 206 Friedman, Ellen 181 93, 219 Friedman, Jay 1111 76, 124, 175 Frisbie, Anne 1111 175 Frisbie, Mary 181 55, 219 Frizzell, Nancy 191 209 Froeb, Janet 171 83, 229 Froese, Steve 191 209 Gilbert, Pat 191 209 Gile, Marilyn 1121 60, 154 Gilfoy, Valentine 1121 72, 154 Gillespie, Ceci 1121 52, 154 Gilliam, Greg 1101 195 Gilliat, Kathy 1111 176 Gilliat, Laurie 171 229 Gilliland, Pat 1101 195 Gillispie, Jeff 171 61, 229 Gilmore, Paula 171 61, 229 Gilmore, Richard 189 61, 219 Gilmore, Sharon 1111 58, 59, 66, 74, 89, 92, 134, 176 cimliri, cams 191 64, 83, 93, 209 Gimlin., Steve 171 230 GIRLS' CHORUS 55 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 1JR. HIGH1 54 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 1SR. H101-11 54 Gish, Robert 1121 10, 71, 76, 98, 100, 102, 142, 154 Glazer, Glazer, Ann Dee 181 68, 219 Dena 1121 66, 72, 79, 88, 92, Glazer, Jan 181 219 Glazer, Sue 191 209 Glenn, Bill 1111 176 Glenn, David 191 210 Glenn, Julie 181 93, 219 Glenn, Samlnye 181 55, 219 Glenn, Walt 1111 90, 109, 176 Globe, Anne 1Fac.1 23, 73 Glover, Billye 1Fac,1 23 Goad, Goad, 123, Goble, Goff, J Claudia 191 210 Steve 1111 66, 96, 106, 101, 11 116 Billy 1111 103, 104, 116 661 1119 101, 116, 176 154 2, 113, 114, 122, Goldberg, Mike 1111 76, 101, 104, 122, 123, 176 Goldbe rg, Steve 181 219 coldisli, David 1101 195 Froning, Don 191 64, 68, 209 Ftoning, Karen 1111 72, 79, 169, 175 Frost, Jim 1111 58, 59, 175 Frost, Marian 181 55, 219 Frost, Tonya 1101 60, 195 Fuller, Penny 1121 66, 79, 154 Fultz, Terri 1111 175 G Gabriel, Betsy 1111 58, 59, 74, 92, 175, 181 Gabriel, Nancy 181 219 Gabriel, Susan 191 85, 89, 209 Gage, Marianne 1111 175 Gage, Susan 1121 154 Gaines, Ricky 191 209 Gaither, Gary 1111 175 Gallagher, Danny 191 209 Gallagher, Maureen 1101 79, 195 Galloway, Craig 191 209 Galloway, Jolene 181 55, 219 242 Goldrick, Candy 1121 69, 88, 147, 154 GOLF 124 Gomez, Ricky 1111 57, 58, 59, 176 Gooch, Cherri 1101 195 Gooch, Jim 191 210 Goode, Darrell 1Fac.1 23, 77, 88, 180 Goodman, Sue 1121 65, 72, 75, 154 Goodnight, Kathy 1101 79, 195 Goodwin, Jennifer 171 60, 230 Goodwin, Kristi 171 230 Gore, Ann 1101 65, 195 Gorrell, Betty 1121 9, 66, 70, 78, 79, 147, 155 Gorrell, John 191 210 Gotcher, Lynin 181 219 Gottschling, Cathryn 1121 155 Guttschling, Karen 1101 195 Gowans, Martha 1121 13, 56, 155 Graf, Vicki 1101 12, 79, 95, 195 Graff, George 181 220 Graham, Bill 1101 195 H Haden, Haden, Hagan, Randy 1101 55, 196 Hager, Pam 1101 79, 196 Hale, Charlene 1121 155 Hale, Greg 191 55, 210 Hale, Morlee 181 60, 61, 220 Hale, Phyllis 11011 54, 196 Hale, Preston 1111 108, 120, 176 Hale, Vivian 171 230 Hale, Wently 1101 72, 79, 82, 92, Haley, Mike 199 210 Hall, David 191 75, 89, 210 Hall, Gordon 1101 108, 196 Carol Ann 1121 37, 65, 70, 143, 147, 155 Mary Kay 1111 65, 86, 160, 169, 176 196 Hall, Helen 181 60, 220 Hall, Laura 191 61, 75, 83, 93, 210 Hall, Margie 1121 58, 59, 155 Hall, Mary 171 226, 230 Hall, Ray 1109 196 Hall, Richard 1101 196 Hall, Sandra 181 75, 220 Hall, Sheila 1111 176 Hall, Hall, Steve C. 1101 112, 125, 189, Steve M. 1101 196 Hallm Hamilton., Jim 1121 155 Hamilton, John 1121 59, 66, 155 Hamilton, Linda 1101 196 Hamilton, Mark 191 210 Hamilton, Willie Belle 1Fac.1 23, Hammond, Debbie 191 61, 210 Hammond, Jim 191 210 Hammond, Marilyn 171 230 Hammond, Phil 1109 55, 95, 108, Hammond, Sara 171 73, 230 an, Patricia 171 230 Hammond, Vic-ky 171 230 Hampton, Dee Dee 181 220 Hamra, Joey 171 230 Graham, Graham, Graham, Carol 1121 155 Don 1121 155 Gary 1129 13, 56, 66, 11, 76, 11, 90, 91, 122, 155 Graham, Graham, Graham, Graham, Graham, Graham, Graves, Graves, Gia 1111 116 Kathy 1101 195 Marie 1101 195 Mary 181 220 Randy 191 210 Vaughn 181 220 Becky 1129 12, 43, 49, 66, 74, 155 John 181 61, 220 Gray, Bill 139 220 Gray, Gary 1121 9, 155 Gray, Judith 1111 176 Haney, Jacque 171 55, 230 Hanks, Joan 171 230 Hanley, Christine 1121 86, 155 Hannis, David 191 74, 210 Hannis, Luanne 171 73, 83, 230 Hanson, Anita 1101 60, 196 Hanton, John 1101 196 Happel, Donna 1121 13, 56, 155 Happel, Henry 191 61, 210 Hara, Jim 1111 44, 108, 109, 111 Hara, Susan 181 73, 220 Harbison, Pat 181 220 Hardison, Judy 1101 196 Hardy , Hardy, Hargis, Hargis, Harlan, Harlow, Harlow, Janet 1101 196 Joan 1111 65, 75, 81, 86, Bonnie Q19 230 Norma 1111 66, 72, 177 Mike 1119 111 Don 1101 196 Susan 1121 156 196 24 124, 196 176 Harn, Bill Q121 156 Harn, Nancy Q101 196 Harper, Beverly Q111 177 Harrington, Randy Q71 230 Harrington, Scott Q121 65, 76, 120, 121, 156 Harris, Carolyn QFac.1 23 Harris, Diana Q71 230 Harris Harris Donald 1103 105,196 Heather Q71 55, 230 Harrison, Frank 1123 9, 147, 156 Harrison, Greg Q101 105, 122, 196 Harrison, Gretchen Q121 156 Harrison, Mary Q81 220 Harsh, Larry Q111 177 Hocking, Sherry Q71 230 Hodge, Shelly Q111 86, 177 Hodges, Brian Q111 58, 59, 177 Hodges, Mike Q111 177 Hoff, Harriet Q101 82, 197 Hoffman, Cathy Q111 177 Hoffman, Eldon Q111 76, 116, 119, 177 Hoffman, Sharon Q111 177 Hoffman, Tom Q101 197 Holder, Cheri Q101 197 Holiway, Karen Q121 156 Hollis, Ta Q81 220 Holloway, Gene Q71 230 Ives, Dan Q81 83, 220 Ives, Joyce Q101 197 Ives, Linda Q121 67, 157 Ives, Mike Q121 157 Ives, Sfeve Q91 210 Jack, Laverda Q101 197 Harshman, Evie Q101 79, 95, 196 Hartson, David 1103 55, 76, 105, 196 Hartz, Linda Q71 230 Hartzog, Sallye Q121 86, 156 Harvey, Linda Q81 220 Harwood, Anna Q121 40, 66, 72, 77, 86, 156 Harwood, Ken Q91 83, 210 Haskell, Charles Q121 156 Hatcher, Cindy Q101 79, 196 Hatten, Leann Q81 68, 220 Ha'wkins, Claudia Q111 79, 177 Hawkins, Glenn Q81 55, 93, 220 Hawkins, Jane Q121 12, 72, 156 Hawley, David Q71 230 Hay, Clark Q81 220 Hayden, Phil 1103 105, 196 Haynes, John QFac.1 23 Haynes, Nancy Q111 95, 177 Heap, Alan Q81 220 Heath, Pam Q121 66, 79, 92, 95, 156 Heath, Roger Q71 230 Heatherly, Steve Q71 230 Heatley, Bettijean. Q81 220 Heatley, Margaret Q111 81, 177 Heck, Lynn Q121 156 Heck, Teri Q121 156 Hecklin, Marilyn Q91 210 Heidinger, Laura Q121 79, 82, 156 Holloway, Mary Q101 43, 75, 189, 197 Holmes, Charles Q101 197 Holmes, Lynda Q71 230 Holmes, Susan Q91 85, 210 Holt, Alan Q111 177 Holt, Bill Q111 177 Holt, Scott Q71 230 Holtsclaw, Cathi 55, 230 Holtz, Jean Q81 220 Holway, Bill Q121 11, 34, 39, 40, 44, 52, 65, 71, 129, 138, 142, 144, 146, 147, 150, 156 Holway, Shirley Q81 93, 220 HONOR COMMISSION 93 Hood, lyiike Q101 197 Hood, Phil Q111 177 Hoopert, Donald QFac.1 19, 24, 39 Hope, Julia QFac.1 24 Hoppes, David Q111 67, 120, Hoppes, Marsha Q81 60, 220 Hoppes, Steve Q91 64, 210 Horn, Ken 1103 59 177 Hostctter, Dana Q91 75, 85, 210 House, Benny Q111 177 Heller Heller Heller Heller, Cathy Q101 38, 79, 188, 189, Heller, , Jeanne Q101 75, 196 Heidinger, Rick' Q91 210 Heidinger, Susan Q121 9 Ann Q111 62, 75, 77, 79, 86, 168, 169, 177 Carolyn Q101 79, 196 Ginger Q81 220 196, 205 Hutchinson, Nancy Q81 73, 220 Helling, Nancy Q91 210 Helm, J. 1123 34, 86, 156 Helm, Judy Q101 65, 196 Henderson, Bill Q101 196 Henderson, David Q111 116, 177 Henderson, Holly Q91 210 Hendricks, Karen Q111 177 Hendrickson, Kathy Q91 210 Hendrickson, Leslie Q101 196 Hendrix, Jimmy Q71 230 Hendryx, Ginger Q91 54, 210 Henry,,Mary Q121 72,156 Henry, Phil Q71 230 Henry, Rene Q101 13, 56, 112, 196 Henry, Susan Q93 73, 84, 85, 210 Hcnshaw, Blaine Q71 55, 230 Henshaw, Janine Q121 2, 11, 34, 36, 44, 66, 70, 72, 78, 126, 128, 136, 143, 144-, 146, 147, 150, 156 Hcnshaw, Todd Q91 64, 68, 93, 210 Henthorne, Barbara Q121 66, 156 Herndon, Larry Q81 220 Hetherington, John Q121 66, 156 Hettinger, Betsy Q71 73, 230 Heuser, Jeanne Q121 10, 64, 65, 66, 70, 78, 139, 156 Hint, Greg Q71 230 Hiatt, Debbie Q81 220 Hibbs, Bunch 1103 196 Hibbs, Frank Q91 210 Hickerson, Steve Q91 55, 210 Hicks, Bruce Q121 34, 114, 121, 156 Hicks, Mary Anne Q101 79, 196 Higgins, Anne Q81 60, 220 Higgins, Bryan Q71 61, 230 Higgins, Joannie Q81 220 Highland, Mike Q111 57, 58, 67, 177 Hill, Carolyn QFac.1 24 Hill, Carolyn Q71 230 Hill, Cinda 1123 82, 156 Hill, Doug Q101 107, I12, 113, 114, 122, 123, 196 Hill, Margaret QFac.1 24, 29 Hill, Susan Q101 74, 79, 196 Hilsabeck, Mike Q81 220 Hilton, Cyndi Q101 79, 82, 95, 196 Hiltz, Ann Q81 60, 220 HI-Y 87 Hladky, Diedre Q101 196 Hoar, Danny Q121 9, 10, 11, 39, 67, 71, 76, 103, 104, 147, 156 lim, Kathy 1103 78, 79, 196 Hobbs, Michelle Q101 196 House, Deana Q81 220 House, Debby Q101 197 House, Paul Q81 61, 220 Houston, Melanie Q111 67, 81, 177 Houston, Pat QFac.1 24 Howard, Annc Q101 79, 86, 197 Howard, Doug Q101 90, 197 Howard, George Q121 72, 156 Howard, Jack Q71 60, 230 Howe, NI:-xrilyn 1103 60, 88, 197 Howerton, Mike Q111 74, 88, 92, 177 Hubbard, Andrea Q71 230 Hubbell, Elizabeth Q111 65, 178 Huckett, Barbara Q121 156 Huckett, Bruce Q71 61, 230 Huckett, Roger Q101 58, 59, 197 Huckett, Suzanne Q71 55, 230 Hudson, Janet Q101 43, 60, 72, 197 Hudson, Janet Q91 210 Hudson, Linda Q91 210 Hudson, Shari Q121 13, 56, 156 Hudson, Stephanie 1103 197 Hudson, Vicki Q91 54, 210 Jackson Bob 113 61, 230 Jackson, Brian Q81 220 Jackson Jackson , Brooks Q91 61, 210 ,Jim 1113 178 Jakcson, Karen Q91 210 Jackson, Martha Q91 210 Jackson, Nancy Q111 67, 178 Jackson, Robert Q121 66, 157 Jackson, Scott Q121 157 Jacobs, Debbie Q81 220 Jacobs, Jon Q101 60, 105, 122, 197 Jacobs, Karen Q101 197 Jacobs, Lesley Q111 178 Jacobs, Martin Q71 60, 68, 230 Jacobs, Steve Q101 197 Jacobson, Debby Q121 55, 157 Jacoby, Lynn Q71 231 Jaeger, David Q121 7, 45, 53, 71, 87, 147, 151 James, Bart Q71 231 James, Jean QFac.1 7, 24, 29 James, Larry Q71 231 h James, Nancy Q111 178 James, Sally Q91 54, 210 James, Tom Q101 197 Jameson, Houston Q91 64, 210 Jameson, Jean Q81 220 Janus, Boo Q101 139, 197 Jared, St eve Q101 55,197 Jeffers, Bill Q121 10, 57, 76, 102, 104, 157 Jeffress, Janice Q111 178 Jehs, Debbie Q101 79, 197 Jehs, Steve Q101 197 Jenkins, Sharon Q71 231 Jennings, Beau Q91 211 Jennings, Diana Q91 54, 211 Huff, Beverly Q81 54, 220 Hujsak, Skip Q101 197 Hultgren, Landa Q111 178 Hultgren, Warren Q91 210 Humphrey, Mark Q111 42, 71, 169, 178 Humphreys, Sally Q91 54, 210 Hunt, Charles Q111 2, 178 Hunt, Lois Q71 55, 230 Hunt, Ronnie Q121 13, 56, 156 Hunter, Carol Q91 210 Hunter, Madonna Q71 230 Hunter, Paula QFac.1 24 Hutchinson, Judy Q101 197 Hutchison, Janet Q81 220 Hutto, B ruce Q71 61, 230 Hutto, Richard 1103 197 Hyatt, Sherman Q101 197 Hyatt, T ommy Q71 230 Hyden, Becky Q91 73, 85, 210 Hyden, Patti Q81 220 I Ihrig, Kris Q81 68, 220 Ihrig, V icki Q101 38, 74, 188, 189, 197 Ikemire, Ross Q111 67, 124, 178 Ikemire, Sara Q71 230 Imel, Charlotte Ql"ac.1 24, 32 Imler, Anne Q121 157 Imler, Gary Q101 79, 197 Ingalls, Ednah Mac QFac.1 24 Inhofe, David Q121 67, 95, 157 Inhofe, Melinda Q71 230 Inhofe, Patty Q121 67, 157 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 88 Jennings, Leslie Q101 54,197 Jensen, Jane Q81 220 Johansen Johansen Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, ,Mike 1123 157 , Steve Q81 220 Bob 183 55,220 Charles QFac.1 24 Charles Q101 95, 197 Johnson, Debbie Q111 67 72, 178 Johnson, Gail Q71 55, 231 Johnson, John Q101 105, 108, 197 Johnson , 134, 169, 178 Johnson, Kent Q121 157 Johnson, Kim Q81 55, 221 Johnson, Larry Q111 112, 113, 114, Johnson, Leslie Q71 55, 231 Johnson, Lynn Q111 178 Johnson, Moneta Q111 54, 178 Johnson, Pam Q121 67, 157 Johnson, Pam Q181 221 Johnson, Patti Q111 67, 178 Johnson, Ronnie Q111 76, 107, 178 Johnson, Sally Q71 231 Johnson, Sharon Q111 60, 79, 178 Johnson, Johnson, Julie Q111 11, 38, 50, 51, 65, 67, 76, 86, 10-I 169, 178 Sharon Q91 54, 211 Sue QFac.1 25 Johnson, Tommy Q81 60, 221' Johnston, Ben Q101 55, 60, 197 Johnston, Mark Q101 197 Johnston, Robert Q121 157 Jones, Adrienne Q81 75, 93, 221 Jones, Bob Q111 178 Joncs, Claudia Q111 72, 79, 178 Jones, David Q111 178 Jones, David Q101 197 Jones, Glenn Q81 44, 61, 221 Jones, James Q121 157 Jones, Jay Q101 197 Jones, Jean Q101 82, 197 Jones, Jewel QFac.1 25 Jones, Keith Q71 68, 231 Jones, Marvin V Q101 197 Jones, Mary Q91 211 Jones, Mike Q91 211 Jones, Mondy Q121 157 JOURNALISM STAFF, 48, 49 JUNIOR JUNIOR JUNIOR JUNIOR CLASS 170-187 CLASSICAL LEAGUE 74 OFFICERS 8 BOARD 168, 169 PLAY 62 Juretic, Nancy Q71 231 243 K-CLUB 69 Kainm Kanga K eycr, Kathy 181 55, 221 S, Scott 171 231 Kangas, Todd 191 83, 211 Karey, Steve 191 60, 75, 89, 211 Kastner, hlikc 171 60, 231 Katz, Shelly 1101 72, 198 Keating, Bill 171 231 Keating' .1in1 1111 178 Kee, Jim 1121 44, 76, 102, 104, 157 Kee, Kay 191 54, 83, 211 Keclin g, Kathy 171 231 Keeling, Meg 181 68, 221 Keeling, Tim 171 231 Kecling, Torn 1121 76, 157 Ken-nv, Charles 181 221 Keene, Pamalcc 1111 178 Keene, Keller, Mike 191 211 Kelli-r, Nancy 171 55, 231 Keller, Susan 1111 178 Kelly. Jan 1101 54, 189, 198 Kelly, Mark 1101 189 Kendall, Pat 1121 58, 59, 157 Rifiiaiii 1111 50, 59. 60, 108, 111, 178 Laeger, John 1111 2, 179 Laeger, Karen 1121 158 Lair, Carla 1101 198 " Lairmore, Jack 171 231 Lairmore, Martha 191 211 Lamb, Philip 181 221 Lamb, Walter 1101 198 Lambeth, Jill 1101 8, 198 Lambeth, Stephen 1111 75, 179 Lambeth, Susi 171 231 Lamnns, .lohn 1101 95, 198 Lamprieh, Lonnie 1121 158 Land, Chris 181 55, 68, 221 Landes, Deena 181 55, 221 Landrum, Don 181 55, 221 Landrum, Warren 181 61, 221 Landry, Marjorie 1Fac.1 25 Lane, Chloe 1Fac.1 25 Lane, ,lohn 191 211 Langdon, David 181 60, 221 Livingston, Leah 1111 81, 179 Lobaugli, Gary 191 61, 211 Logan, Robert 1111 180 Lomax, Geneva 1111 180 London, .lelf 1121 101, 158 Long, Paul 1101 198 Love, Rodger 1121 62, 158 Loveless, Paul 1101 105, 198 Loveless, Rick 1121 10, 76, 101, 104, 116, 118, 158 LoVe1lette, Patty 181 22 Low, Cathy 1101 198 Low, Marion 1121 158 Lubin, Belinda 1121 65, 70, 79, 158 Lubin, Craig 191 64, 206, 211 Lubin, Debbie 171 68, 231 Lubin, Myrna 1101 43, 65, 189, 198 Lucy, Kathleen 171 231 Ludman, Lynn 191 85, 211 Luessenhop, David 1111 58, 59, 180 Luker, Linda 1111 180 Langham, Tom 1Fac.1 25, 105, 112 Langley, Lisa 1111 179 Langley, Richard 1111 179 Luker, Romany 1111 180 Lukken, Diane 181 54, 221 Lumley, Marlene 1101 55, 79, 198 Lynch, KendriCk,.lol1n 1111 178 Kennedy, Layman 1Fac.1 25 Kennedy, Str-ve 1121 157 Kenney, Karen 191 5-1, 211 Kennon, Brock 171 61, 231 Lantow, Linda 1101 79,198 Large, Richard 1121 158 Largent, Elaine 171 231 Larkin, Pat 171 61, 231 Larrabce, Brenda 181 61, 221 Lutman, Tony 1Fac.1 25, 89 Luttgen, Ann 1101 74, 79, 198 Inirgeii, Patti 1121 36, 65, 57, 81, 158 Luttgen, Robert 181 60, 221 Pete 191 oo, 61, 211 Larson, Ladd 1111 76, 124, 179 Lawler, Mike 1121 158 Kennon, .lulic 191 83, 211 Kenton, Ceci 1101 60, 95, 198 Kenworthy, Bill 171 231 Kenworthy, Joe Bruce 181 221 Kerr, Doug 171 61, 231 Kershner, Kit 1121 157 Ketchain, Bruce 1101 198 KEY CLUB 71 Kidwell, Doug 1121 95, 157 Kiger, Joe 1Fac.1 25, 98, 124 Kindst hi, Sue 191 85, 211 King, Bob 1101 198 King, Carol 1101 198 King, Carol 181 55, 83, 221 King, Martha 1121 52, 157 King, 111ike 181 221 Kinkcade, Nickic 1121 12, 157 Kinney, Karen 191 211 Kinzie, .lack 181 221 Kirbergcr, Bob 1111 178 Kirbergcr, Brad 191 211 Kirbcrger, Kristi 181 221 Kirk, Jim 1101 58, 59, 198 Kirk, Walter 1101 124, 198 Kirkpatrick, Jim 1101 198 Kirkpa Kirkpa Kirkpa trick, John 181 61, 221 trick, Kathy 171 231 iiick, Mike 191 211 Kirst, David 1111 112, 115, 178 Klar, Bradley 1111 179 Klar, Karen 1101 60, 198 Klasky, Amy Jo 171 55, 231 Klasky ,Linda 1111 179 Klineielter, Julie 181 221 Knapp, Mary Anne 1111 72, 79, 179 Knarr, Nancy 1101 198 Knarr, Suzanne 181 54, 221 Knight, Ginny 1121 157 Knight, Mel 191 211 ack, Jane 1101 65, 198 Knoblz Koch, Bob 171 231 Koch, Steve 191 211 Koons, John 1121 86, 157 Kopelmun, Jeff 191 64, 68, 211 Kvmf. Kovacl Stuart 181 221 1, Alan 191 211 Kowalski, Jeff 191 211 Kraft, Kraus, Kathleen 171 231 Larry 1121 157 Lars on, Kjersti 1101 198 Lyon, Bob 1111 2, 48, 67, 180 Lyons, Patty 1121 53, 65, 70, 79, 81, 158, 159 Larson, Linda 1111 179 LATIN Latta, Lauder CLUB 74 Kirk 181 44 biick, cindy 1111 179 Laughlin, Kent 1121 158 Lauren Lavin, ce, Ronnie 1101 198 Debbie 101 221 Lawrence, Danny 181 221 Lawrence, Lisa 171 231 Lawrence, Liz 191 93, 211 Lawrence, Patricia 1111 179 Lawson, Georgeanna 1121 60, 158 LEADER CORPS 83 Leaman, Gordon 191 211 Leaman, Steve 181 221 Lebold, Pam 171 231 Ledbetter, Denise 181 60, 221 Ledbetter, Jeff 1103 57, 58, 59, 60, 198 Ledbettc-r, Ken 1111 58, 59, 60, 179 Ledlie, Jon 1111 179 Lee, Barbara 191 68, 73, 83, 85, 211 Lee, Diana 181 68, 221 Lee, Jerry Bob 191 64, 68, 211 Lee, Kathy 181 221 Lee, Linda 1101 198 Lee, Lee, Mary 171 73, 92,231 Terri 1121 36, 67, 70, 72, 158 Lees, John Robert 181 221 Leig Lela LeM Lem hty, Mark 1111 179 nd, Charles 1111 57, 58, 59, 179 astcr, Nancy 1111 179 ing, Gary 171 61, 231 Leonard, Kevin 1101 71, 198 Lesc Lcsc LET h, John 181 221 h, Mike 1101 198 TERMEN'S CLUB 76 Letters, Robert 181 55, 221 Levine, Laurie 181 221 Levinson, Lee 191 64, 68, 211 Lewis, Beverly 181 221 Lewis, Carol 191 54, 73, 93, 211 Lewis, Clyde 1121 158 Lewis, David 1121 158 Lewi s, Laurie 1111 75, 86, 179 Lewis, Mark 191 211 Lewis, Mark 181 44 Lewis, Sandra 1121 158 Mc McAdams, Danny 181 222 McAdams, Gwen 1101 75, 79, 81, 95, 199 McAllister, Mike 171 231 McAninch, Linda 1111 180 McArthur, Joe 1Fac.1 9, 25 McArtl1ur, Phil 191 55, 211 McBride, Terry 1101 199 McCaln1an, Dan 191 61, 211 McCann, Helen 1121 86, 159 McCants, Laurie 181 93, 222 McCartcr, Carol 1111 180 McCarthy, Alicia 1121 159 McCarthy, Julie 1111 180 McCarthy, Peggy 181 222 McCartney, Karen 1Fac.1 25 McCau1ey,.lacqucline 1121 159 McCaullcy, Dawn 1121 159 McClain, Winnie 1Fac.1 25 McC1ary, Dan 1101 58, 59, 199 McClary, Cary 171 226, 231 McClary, Jim 1121 159 McClendon, Ronnie 1121 159 McClintock, Lynn 1101 199 McClung, Marcheta 1111 180 McClure, Bill 1111 65, 180 McCommas, Jim 171 61, 231 McCormack, John 1111 76, 180, 245 McCormick, Carol 1111 86, 180 McCormick, Jay 181 222 McCravey, Sally 1111 82, 180 McCraw, Cordon 171 55, 232 McCright, Bill 1121 40, 41, 62, 77, 90, 143, 159 McCune, Ann 1111 67, 81, 180 McCurlcy, Bert 181 222 McCutcheon, Carl 181 61, 222 McCutchcon, Richard 1121 57, 58, 59, 159 McDaniel, Margaret 181 222 McDonald, Becky 181 55, 222 McDonald, Marlillian 1Fac.1 25, 30 McEwen, Carol 1121 13, 56, 67, 159 Kravctz, Barbara. 1121 67, 1 Krebs, Steve 1121 157 57 Kroeze, Della 1121 34, 67, 158 Krohn, Kathy 1111 75, 179 Krohn, Steve 171 231 Krumme, David 1121 9, 52, Krumme, Robert 1101 57, 5 Kruse, Roger 1Fac.125 Kubista, Susie 1111 67, 179 57, 58, 59, 67, 88, 158 8, 59, 60, 65 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 1JR. HIGH1 85 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 1SR. HIGH1 86 Liddy, Cathy 107 221 Lieberman, Dean 1111 179 Like, Brookie 191 54, 83, 211 Liie, Betty 1101 198 Lile, Malissa 1111 179 Lindley, .lan 171 231 Lindley, Vicki 1101 198 McGee, Mikey 1111 180 McGinnis, Jan 1101 199 McGowan, Linda 181 44, 222 McGowan, Steve 171 232 McGowan, Chuck 1111 76, 88, 102, 180 McGowcn, Martha 171 232 McG0wen, Phil 1101 112, 199 McGraw, Mike 171 61, 232 Mclntos li, Nocus 1Fac.1 25 Mclntosh, Pam 181 222 Kunsman, Sarah 181 221 Kurtz, Philip 181 221 Kygar, Linda 181 55, 221 Kygar, Susan 1101 198 Laeger, Jaquetta 181 221 244 Lindsay, Cathey 1101 82, 92, Linebarger, Mike 171 231 Liner, Bob 1111 57, 58, 59, 17 198 9 Mclntyrc, Mclntyrc, David 191 61,211 Steve 1101 57, 58, 59, 60 McKeaguc, Kathy 1111 180 , 199 Ling, Linda 1121 72, 79, az, 92, 158 Lippard, Larry 1Fac.1 23, 25, 38 Litson, Diane 171 231 Litson, Marcia 1111 179 Little, Susan 1121 67, 74, 79, 81, 158 Littlefield, Kirk 171 60, 83, 231 Littlefield, Lane 1101 88, 198 Littlefield, Mark 181 61, 221 Livingston, David 1121 3 McKeague, Marian 191 73, 211 l11cKCe, Bill 1121 8, 34, 46, 159 McKee, Charles 1111 67, 180 McKee, David 191 211 McKee, Melissa 181 55, 222 McKewon, Dorothy 191 81, 83, 211 McKewon, Jeanette 191 81, 85, 211 McKewon, Nancy 1101 58, 59, 60, 134, 199 McKewon, Ray 1121 67, 71, 159 McKinney, Marsha Q71 232 McKinstry, Sunshine Q81 61, 222 McKissick, Greg 171 92, 232 McLane, Dan Q81 61, 222 McLane, Fred Q101 199 McLane, Ken Q121 62, 160 McLaughlin, Susan Q91 211 McMahan, Mike Q71 232 McMahon, Bill Q101 43 MeMasters, Carolyn 1121 86, 160 MCMillin, Anita Q121 160 McMillin, Tom Q111 180 McNair, Nancy Q121 62, 67, 77, 90, 160 McNair, Randy Q91 211 McNeal, Keith Q101 199 McNiekle, Norman Q81 222 MeNick1e Mcl'ete rs, Bill Q1"ac.1 20, 25, 31 McPherson, Ann Q111 180 McQueen, Steve Q91 211 McQueen, Terry Q111 180 McRorey, Lee Q101 55, 199 McRorey, Ron Q71 232 McVay, Dan Q71 232 McVay, Jim Q111 181 , Vicki. Q121 8, 46, 47, 67, 70, 155, McVay, Richard Q91 61, 211 McWhorter, Kevin Q91 211 M Maciula, Judy Q121 67, 75, 158 MacKay, Jeff Q121 41, 77, 92, 158 MacLean, Steve Q121 58, 59, 158 MacLennon, John 1121 158 Madison, Melinda Q91 211 Madison, Suzanne Q71 231 Magnusson, Ronnie Q101 4-3, 198 Maher, Diana Q91 85, 211 Maher, Mike 171 231 Malahy, Joel Q101 13, 56, 107, 122, 123, 198 Malahy, Martin Q101 13, 56, 107, 122, 198 Malheu Malling f, Marcia 1121 60, 75, 158 er, Mike 1101 as, 122, 198 Malone, Kelly Q111 58, 59, 180 Malone, Marty Q121 158 Maness, Peggy Q91 85, 212 Manler, Ernie Q81 221 Mann, Arleen Q81 221 Mann, Susan Q71 75, 231 Mann, Tom Q101 90, 105, 122, 198 Manning, Joan Manning, Mark Manning, Mary Mansur, Brent Mantooth, Caro Maples, Sarah 1111 180 191 212 181 221 171 231 1 191 73, 212 1101 54, 92, 198 MARCHING BAND 58, S9 Katy Q91 68, 83, 206, 212 Mason, Mark, Nellenc Q91 61, 212 Marks, Joanne Q81 221 Marks, Penny Q71 92, 231 Mnrkt, Marsha Q91 212 Marler, Pam Q121 158 Marrin, Ronni Q121 55, 72, 159 Marsee, David Q121 159 Marsce, Mark Q81 221 Marsce, Steve Q101 199 Marshall, Duane 181 55, 221 Marshall, Tom Q71 231 Martin, Anne Q121 159 Martin, Beverly Q101 199 Martin, Bill Q101 199 Martin, Bill Q81 221 Martin, Bruce Q111 50, 59, 60, 67, 106, 122, Martin, Georgia Q121 4-8, 49 Martin, Jean Q81 73, 221 Martin, Judy Q121 159 Martin, Kathy QI21 159 Martin, Martin, Patricia Q121 67, 72, 79, 95, 159 Martin, Sully Q91 68, 85, 212 Martin, Steve Q101 55, 199 Martin Susan Q101 59 199 Mason, Robert Q111 112, 115, 122, 180 anger 1101 55, 112, 115, 199 Masters, Neil Q81 221 Masters, Noel Q71 231 Matetich, Chunk Q121 90, 158 MATH CLUB Q111. H1G111 89 Matheney, Judy Q121 79, 92, 159 Matltctvs, Jeff Q111 38, 111, 180 Matters, Mike 1111 75, 92, 125, 180 Matthews, Diana Q81 55, 222 Mittthies, David Q121 159 Mauldin, Ginger 171 231 May, Pat Q101 57, 59, 105, 121-, 199 1Xl.iy', sn-yn 1121 12, 57, 58, 59, 60, 159 160 125, 180 May, Terri Q91 212 Mayden, Judy Q81 54, 222 hlayfield, Pam 191 68, 73, 83, 85, 212 Mend, Bill 1121 160 Nlead, Dan Q121 160 MEDICAL CLUB 92 Medlin, Larry Q121 160 Meek, Pete 191 212 Meinert, Barbara Q111 181 Meincrt, Robert Q71 61, 232 Meng, John Q81 61, 222 Merrick, Roger Q81 44, 222 Morse, Morse, David Q101 199 Gary Q121 67, 73, 75, 92, 160 Marilyn Q101 43, 79, 199 Morse, Morse, Vicki Q121 160 Morton, Carol Q111 181 Morton, David Q91 212 Morton, Judy Q71 232 Morton, Susann Q91 212 Morton , Theresa Q101 199 Moskowitz, Jimmy Q71 232 Moss, Cindy Q71 232 Moss, Susie Q111 181 Merriman, Karen Q121 1160 Messer, Marilyn Q101 58 hleyer, Bill Q91 68, 212 Meyer, Paula Q111 67, 181 Meyer, Peggy Q71 232 Middleton, John Q91 61, 212 ltflidgley, Rhonda 1121 86, 160 Miles, Chris Q101 199 Miller, Anne Q111 181 Miller, Debby Q71 232 Miller, Elaine Q111 181 111111613 Gerald Q111 181 Miller, Glennis QFac.1 23, 25 Miller, Judy Q91 85, 212 Miller, Marilyn 1101 65, 75, 79, 199 Miller, Sally Q91 51, 85, 212 Miller, Susan Q101 79, 199 Miller, Tom Q91 64, 212 Miller, Wes Q101 112, 199 Mills, B611 Q111 181 Mills, Marcia Q91 212 Mims, Christy Q101 199 Mims, Rebecca Q81 222 Miner, Gary Q121 88, 160 Mossman, Kevin Q91 212 Motley, Ruth Anne Q121 55, 79, 88, 160 Moydcll, Barry Q81 222 Moye, James Q101 200 MU ALPHA THETA 89 Mueller, Eric Q101 108, 200 Muir, Terry Q101 200 Mullen, Kipp Q121 90, 91, 160 Nlullcn, Marsha Q111 90, 181 Mulmed, Lisa Q91 222 Mulmed, Mary Q121 48, 49, 72, 161 Munder, Max Q81 222 Mnnrh, Freddie Q101 58, 59, 60, 200 Miner, Roger Q101 199 Minsky, Greta Q121 9, 10, 41, 62, 64, 65, 70, 77, 139, 142, 160 Mirkin, Marty Q101 199 Mirkin, Mike 1121 160 Mirkin, Tony Q91 68, 212 Misch, Rose Ella QFac.1 25 Mitchell, Bill 1101 122, 199 Mitchell, Gary Q71 232 Mitchell, Joann Q81 222 Mitchell, John Q81 222 Mitchell, Nancy Q71 232 1Vl1XED CHORUS 55 Mixon, Mixon, Jini Q101 199 Kathleen Q91 75, 212 Mizel, Gary Q91 212 Mizel, Mizel, Monica Harriet Q101 199 Howard Q121 160 1, Bruce Q91 212 Monical, Mark Q71 232 Monnet, Maureen Q121 160 Monroe, Max Q81 222 Monroe, Theresa Q71 232 Montgomery, Jenny Q121 62, 65, 67, 70, 77, 79, 150 Montgomery, Marcy Q91 212 Montgo mery, Vanessa Q71 83, 232 Moody, Craig Q121 12, 57, 58, 92, 160 Mnody, John 1111 181 Mundi, Linda 101 83,222 Mungen, Kathie Q91 84, 85, 212 Mungen, Mary Lou Q111 9, 12, 64-, 65, 67, 142, 181 Munn, Richard Q81 222 Munson, Mark Q81 68, 222 Munson, Tom Q91 74, 212 Muratet, Elayne Q101 200 Muratet, Linda Q81 222 Murphee, Danny Q101 116, 118, 119, 200 Murphree, Linda Q111 4-4-, 132, 135, 181 Murphy, Marilyn Q71 63, 232 Murphy, Marsha Q101 200 Murphy, Mike Q81 222 Murphy, Pat 1101 43, sa, 59, 200 Murphy, Steve Q111 181 Murphy, Steve Q101 200 Murray, Barbara Q121 8, 13, 40, 41, 56, 62, 65, 77, 161, 163 Murray, Janie Q71 232 Murray, Lucy Q121 39, 45, 50, 65, 70, 76, 79, 81, 86, 104, 126, 135, 137, 142, 161 Murray, Mike Q111 181 Murla, Mary Q91 54, 212 Murta, Michele Q111 181 Muse, Marilyn Q91 212 Muse, Mike Q81 222 Musgrave, Gene Q121 58, 59, 67, 92, 161 htnrgrnyr, John Q101 60, 107, 122, 200 Musick, Melinda Q121 52, 161 Musick, Scott Q81 60, 222 Musscr, Marilyn 1101 200 Myer, Joe Q121 161 Myers, Brook Q81 55, 222 Myers, Stella QFac.1 25 Mylar, Barbara Q81 222 Myles, Gary Q71 232 Mooney, Duane Q121 92, 160 Mooney, Patty Q121 79, 160 Moore, Brenda Q81 222 Moore, Charles Q81 61, 222 Moore, Chris Q101 199 Naifeh, Marianne Q121 161 Moore, Jack Q101 199 Mooore, Jan Q71 75, 232 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Jane Ann Q91 74, 85, 212 John Q121 160 Karen Q111 181 Linda 1111 60,181 Lyndel 1111 181 Lynn 1121 a, 41, 47, 62, 67, 70, 72, Moore, 77, 160, 163 Moore, Matt Q71 226, 232 Moore, Mike Q121 160 Moore, Pat QFac.1 25 Moore, Patty Q81 222 Moore, Ronnie Q111 181 Morava, Andrea Q121 58, 59, 74, 92, 134, 1 Morava, Janis Q71 61, 226, 232 Moreland, Karen Q121 55, 86, 160 Morgan, David Q81 68, 222 Morgan, Dennis Q101 58, 59, 199 Morgan, Gary Q91 212 Morgan, Janet Q91 54-, 83, 212 Morgan, Jim 181 55, 222 Morgan, Margie Q71 232 Morgan, Melissa Q81 55, 222 Nalley, Margaret Q71 232 Nallcy, Roger Q101 200 Nash, Christy Q71 232 Nash, Nicky Q91 212 Nash, Robert Q81 60, 222 Nash, Su Q81 222 Nation, Garry Q71 61, 232 Nation, Larry Q111 107, 122, 181 Nation, Lee Q81 222 Nation, Pamela Q101 58, 60, 200 Nation, Rhonda Q101 200 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 66, 67 Neal, Charles Q111 108, 181 Neal, Marci Q91 212 Neck, Debbie Q71 232 Neck, Linda Q91 74, 212 Nedom, Bob Q71 55, 232 Needham, Frederick Q81 222 Necrrnan, Bobby Q111 58, 59, 89, 181 Nelson, Bobby Q81 68, 75, 222 Morgan, Mikey Q121 86, 88 Morgan, Ralph Q101 90, 105, 199 Morgan, Susan Q101 54-, 79, 59, 199 Morgan, Susan Q71 232 Morrison, Jane Q101 79, 199 Morrow, Alan Q91 212 Morrow, David Q111 95, 181 Morrow, Sara Q71 232 Nelson, Jiin 1111 169,181 Nelson, John Q91 212 Nelson, Linda QFac.1 26 Nelson, Margo Q81 222 Nelson, Mike 181 61,222 Nelson, Nancy Q101 200 Nelson, Rick Q71 83,232 Nelson, Robert Q101 200 Nelson, Wayne QFac.1 26 Nepute, John Q81 222 Netherton, Nancy Q121 65, 161 245 Neville, Richard Q111 67, 71, 106, 112, 114, 122, 123, 181 Nevin s, Dennis Q81 222 Nevins, Diane Q81 232 Nevins, Gary Q111 90, 181 Newberry, Susan Q81 55, 222 Newsom, Barry Q101 200 Newsom, Donald Q101 58, 59, 200 Newsom, Gary Q111 58, 59, 181 Newsom, Nancy QFac.1 26, 83 Newsom, Steve Q81 222 Newton, Bob Q121 4-1, 77, 90, 161 Newton, Danny Q111 181 Newton, Geary Q71 232 Nichols, Bobby Q111 71, 76, 102, 104, 108, 181 Nicholson, Skip Q101 43, 200 Nickel, Jerry Q101 200 Nicklau, Toni Q121 161 Nielsen, Donna Q81 222 Nielson, Andrea Q111 42, 82, 90, 181 Nielson, Chris Q91 212 Nielson, Jan Q111 181 Niemi, Stuart Q81 223 Nienhuis, Gay Q81 222 Niles, Mike Q101 108, 122, 200 Nistetter, Jay Q71 61, 232 Nistetter, Karen Q101 200 Nix, Ken Q121 2, 102, 104, 120, 121, 161 Nix, Mark Q91 212 Noble, Mary QFac.1 26 Noel, Manette Q71 232 Norberg, Mary Q121 60, 67, 161 Norman, Greg Q121 161 North, Mark Q81 44, 223 Notley, Laura Q101 200 Notley, Marianne Q81 223 Nunneley, Linda Q91 60, 212 Nunnely, Dean Q71 61, 232 Null, Lorna Q121 13, 56, 161 Nunez, Joseph Q101 200 O Oates, Joe Q111 58, 59, 60, 107, 122, 181 Oberstein, David Q91 212 Oberstein, Donna Q81 223 Oberstein, Paula Q121 79, 161 O'Bert, Lucy Q81 223 Oden, Steve Q81 223 OFFICE ASSISTANTS QSR. HIGH1 86 ogiefv Steve Q121 8, 40, 46, 53, 65, 67, 71 Oglesby, sus Q121 37, 86, 95, 161 Oldham, Cathy Q81 223 Oliver Oliver , Cindy Q81 55, 223 , Dickie Q71 55, 232 Oliver, Lynn Q121 161 Oliver Olsen, 0'Mel O'N ea O'N ea O'N ea , Mike Q101 200 Mary Lou Q101 74, 200 is, Mike Q71 232 l, Brenda Q121 67, 161 1, Jerry Q121 12, 161 l, Steve Q111 181 O'Neil, Sally Q101 200 ORCHESTRA QJR. HIGH1 60 O'Reilly, Larry Q111 57, 59, 76, 1.06, 122, Osborn, Colby Q71 232 Osborn, Jack Q121 34, 124, 161 Osher, Elizabeth Q101 75, 86, 200 Osher, Sam Q71 232 Oualline, Judd Q71 232 Packwood, Phil Q121 13, 56, 120, 121, 161 Rice Overose, Rip Q121 161 Owen, Cathy Q101 79, 200 Owen, Judy Q81 55, 223 Owen, Robert Q121 67, 88, 95, 161. Owen, Vicki Q81 223 Owens, Owens, Owens, Jeloria Q121 44, 55, 67, 92, 161 Peggy Q111 62, 77, 86, 181 Steve Q111 181 P Padilla, Rosita Q71 232 Page, Steve Q91 212 Paine, Mike Q81 223 Palmer, Anita Q81 44, 223 Palmer, Cheryl Q101 72, 200 Palmer, Gerry Q121 11, 53, 74, 78, 79, 161 Palmer, John Q121 1161. Palmer, Judy Q71 63, 232 Palmer, Lucia Q111 74, 169, 182 Palumbo, Dottie Q71 232 246 110, 120, , 87, 161 181 Palumbo, Patty Q81 61, 223 Parish, Evelyn QFac.1 26 Park, Jeff Q81 223 Parker, Carol Q101 200 Parker, Donna Q81 60, 223 Parker, Doris Q101 200 Parker, Lonna Q81 223 Parker, Mike Q101 105, 200 Parker, Steve Q91 55, 212 Parker, Tommy Q71 233 Parkhurst, Jerry Q121 147, 161 Parkhurst, Steve Q101 200 Parks, Eddy Q121 161 Parks, Harvey QFac.1 26, 31 Parrish, Parrish, Clark Q71 233 Hap Q91 212 Parrish, Paula Q81 93, 223 Parsons, Cecille Q91 212 Parsons, Ronnie Q101 200 Pascucci, Diane Q121 52, 161 Pascucci, Mary Ann Q71 233 Pate, Debbie Q93 212 Patman, Patman, Jane Q121 161 Jo Lynne Q101 54, 200 Patterson, Ann Q91 73, 93, 212 Patterson, Diane Q121 162 Patterso Patterso n, Jan Q91 84, 85, 207, 212 n, Larry Q121 162 Patterson, Lindsay Q91 84, 85, 212 Patterso Patterso n, Rusty Q111 182 n Tom Q81 223 Pattison, Joe Q71 233 Patton, Patton, Danny Q91 213 Mike Q71 233 Paul, John Q111 10, 76, 103, 182 Paul, Melinda Q81 223 Payne, Cathy Q121 70, 79, 81, 86, 1 Payne, Ray Q91 64, 213 Peace, Ricky Q71 61, 233 47, 162 Pearson, Pam Q111 67, 92, 169, 182 Pederson, Naomi QFac.1 26, 92 Peeples, Earl Q91 61, 64, 213 Peirson, Judy Q71 83, 233 Peirson, Mickey Q91 61, 213 Pence, Carole Q101 200 Pendergrass, Thomas Q91 213 Pennock, Janice Q121 95, 162 Perram, Wayne Q111 182 Perrin, Randy Q111 182 Perrin, Steven Q91 213 Perrine, George Q81 223 Perry, Michael Q101 200 Perryman, Pam Q111 182 Perryman, Patty Q81 223 Peters, Susan Q91 61, 85, 213 Petree, .lon Q121 162 Petrie, Susan Carol Q71 233 Pena, David Q121 8, 45, 46, 47, 52, 90, 162, 236 Petta, Ken Q91 61, 213 Petta, Phil Q91 61, 213 Pettigrove, Candy Q81 223 53, 67, 87, 88, Phillips, Bob Q121 34, 44, 67, 71, 108, 110, 162 Phillips, David Q121 86, 162 Phillips, Don QFac.1 26, 98, 121 Phillips, Doug Q121 65, 71, 162 Phillips , Jan Q101 58, 59, 201 Phillips, Jerry Q101 sa, 59, 201 Phillips, Lee Q71 233 Phillips, Steve Q111 182 Phillips, Vicki Q101 92, 201 Phipps, Sharon Q91 85, 213 Pickens, Gary Q101 122, 201 Pierce, Emerctte Q81 55, 223 Pierce, Hugh QFac.1 26, 96, 122 Piland, cihily Q111 a, 46, 67, 178, Pilkington, Terry Q101 54, 201 Pingcltun, Joanne Q111 182 Pingelton, Susan Q111 182 Piukosky, Dick Q81 55, 223 Polin, Steve Q81 223 Polk, Quentin QFac.1 26 Pollard, Rachel QFac.1 26 Polsgrove, Mike Q111 182 Pope, Carolyn Q91 213 Pope, J immy Q121 162 Pope, Marolyn Q91 213 Pupc, Peggy Q101 201 182 77, 182, 1841 Porter, Patty Q111 182 Posey, Sandra Q71 233 Postior, Ervin QFac.1 26 Potter, David Q81 61, 223 Putter, Debbie Q101 58, 59, 60, 201 Potter, Melissa Q111 11, 62, 64, 65, Potter, Pat Q71 233 Potter, Tim Q121 162 Potts, John Q81 223 Potts, Ray Q121 13, 162 Powell, Powell, Sydney QFac.1 19, 26, 66 Valerie Q101 201 Pratt, Betsy Q101 79, 81, 201 Pratt, Nshcy Q121 8, 47, 67, 73, 81 , 82, 162 Pratt, Tom Q91 213 Preaus, Charles Q121 162 Preaus, Paul Q111 182 Preaus, Susan Q91 54, 213 Preiss, Barbara Q101 201 Presley, Cheri Q81 223 Pribil, Brian Q101 201 Pricc, John Q81 223 Price, Nancy Q121 162 Pricc, Susan Q111 182 Pricster, Pam Q71 233 Prophet, Bob Q71 61, 233 Prophet, Suzanna Q91 61, 213 Provost, Janice Q71 2,33 Provost, Mary Louise Q81 44, 223 Pue, Cheryl Q71 233 Pue, Howard Q101 201 Puli, Dana Q71 233 Pummill, Joan Q91 60, 213 Pummill, Susan Q101 60, 201 Puulphrey, .lan Q81 60, 223 Purdy, Greg Q101 201 Purdy, Randy Q121 11, 34, 39, 65, 67, 71, 76, 100 103, 104, 108, 109, 110, 120, 136, Putnam, Sandra Q71 233 142, 162 Q Quiett, Lee QFac.1 23, 26, 38, 45 Quinn, John Q71 233 Quinn, Steve Q111 71, 76, 96, 106, 122, 123, 1 R Rabkin, Diane Q101 86, 201 Raetz, Cindy Q81 223 Raffensperger, Dennis Q81 223 Raffcnsperger, Kenny Q71 60, 233 Raines, Joyce Q101 54, 189, 201 Ramscur, Mac Q81 55, 223 Ramsey, Ben Q111 182 Ranck, Bob Q91 61, 213 Ranck, Susan Q111 65, 182 Rankin, Chuck Q111 182 Rathjens, Russel QFac,1 19, 26 Rathmann, Steve Q91 60, 61, 74, 213 Ratliff, George Q101 58, 59, 201 Ratliif, John Q121 162 Rawson, Jim Q121 162 Ray, Jess Q101 201 Read, Martha Q101 201 Read, sieve Q121 9, 34, 67, 71, 103, 104, 142 Reaves, Trudy Q101 201 Rebh, George Q91 213 RED CROSS QJR. HIGH1 83 RED CROSS QSR. HIGH1 82 Reed, Allyson Q71 233 Reed, Barbara Q111 60, 67, 81, 182 Reed, Chuck Q81 223 Reed, David Q71 233 Reed, Debbie Q81 44, 55, 61, 223 Reed, Jennifer Q91 54, 213 Reed, Randy Q71 233 Reeder, David Q71 68, 233 Reeds, Susan Q111 86, 182 Reese, T. J. Q101 201 Reeve, Rick Q101 201 Reeves, Bill Q71 233 Reid, Janet Q81 223 Reid, Karen Q121 67, 77, 79, 162 Reidy, Janice Q121 162 Reidy, John Q101 201 Reilly, Linda Q111 74, 31, 92, 182 Reinhard, Abby Q81 44, 223 Reinhard, Bill Q111 182 Reis, Susan Q81 223 Reitz, Leonard Q111 124, 182 Renberg, Sherrie Q101 92, 201 Renfrow, Revcs, C Gloria Q101 55, 75, 79, 82, 201 harlcs QFac.1 26 Reynolds, Debbie Q71 233 Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds , Holly Q101 201 , Ken Q111 182 , Marsha QFac.1 26 Reynolds, Rennie Q111 57, 58, 59, 182 Reynolds, Steve Q101 201 Rhine, Jody Q71 55, 233 Rhoadcs, Bart Q91 213 Rhoades, Frank Q91 68, 213 Rhoades, Mike Q71 233 Rhoarles, Sam Q101 43, 95, 201 Rhodes, Kay Dell Q121 52, 65, 70, 79, 86, 162 Co nie Q121 67 70 147, 162 , n i 1 Rich, csiiy Q121 8, 72, 162 Rich, Melanie Q71 233 Richards, Ann Q101 201 Richards, Danny Q91 213 Richards, Karen Q81 223 Richardson, David Q71 233 Richardson, Kathy Q111 182 Richey, Gail Q111 182 Richey, June QFac.1 15, 26, 27 Richey, Mike Q81 223 82 Richter, Bill Q111 58, 59, 182 Rickabnugh, Jeanette Q111 67, 182 Rickabaugh, Judy Q91 213 Riddle, Renee Q91 74, 85, 213 Riddle, scott Q91 55,213 Riggs, Debbie Q71 233 Riggs, Greg Q101 60, 116, 201 Rips, Barbara Q111 9, 46, 47, 67, 72, 77, Ritter, Jim Q91 213 Rivkin, Jeff Q111 182 Roach, Dcbra Q81 223 Roach, Susan Q71 233 Robbins, Jane Q81 68, 223 Robbins, Robert Q71 233 Robbins, Tom Q91 213 Roberts, Dave Q121 48, 49, 162 Roberts, Debbie Q71 55, 233 Roberts, Janet Q111 79, 182 Roberts, Janet Q101 54, 201 Roberts, John Q101 55, 201 Roberts, Meredith Q121 162 Roberts, Rod Q91 213 Roberts, Steve Q111 65, 182 Roberts, Susie Q121 55, 95, 162 Roberts, Tim Q101 201 Robertson, Sherman QFac.1 26 Robinson, Carol Q111 182 Robinson, John Q81 61, 223 Rbbinson, Kit Q101 54, 201 Robinson, Leonard Q121 162 Robinson, Robie Q81 223 Robinson, Robinson, Sheila Q111 182 Shelley Q91 213 177, 182 Rugglcs, Diane Q91 213 Ruggles, Don Q101 202 Ruggles, Gary Q81 61, 223 Ruggles, Linda Q71 60,233 Ruhr, Greg Q71 233 Rullr, Lawrence Q101 202 Runlbaugh, Jane Q91 213 Rumbaugh, Rex Q121 67, 90, 163 Rurll, Karen Q81 223 Russell, Bill Q91 83, 213 H6551-ll, Danny- Q81 224 Russell, Jenny Q71 233 Russt-ll, Kenny Q101 202 Russell, Larque Q101 202 Russcll, Robin Q81 224 Russow, Allen 1101 202 Rutll, Perry Q81 22-I Rutledge, Becky Q101 60, 74, 82, 202 Ryan, Kendra 55, 61, 224 SENIOR CLASS 148-167 SENIOR OFFICERS 81 BOARD 146, 147 SENIOR PLAY 40, 41 SEV-ENTH GRADE BOARD 226 sl3vENTu GRADE CLASS 227-235 Sexton, Susie Q101 86. 202 Seymour, Phil Q71 23-1- Sezonov, Robert Q91 214 St-znnov, Werner Q121 161 Sharkr- Shafer, Shafer. lfnrtl, James Q101 107, 122, 123, 202 Chris Q91 61, 21-1 Terr-sa Lee Q71 23-1- Shaffcr, Linda Q91 73, 83, 85, 214- Shaffer, Sarah Q101 81, 202 Shaffer, Susan Q121 55, 95, 164 Shallnlan, Kristin Q71 231 Shanor, Gnrdy Q81 22-1- Shapiro, Lcf: Q111 169, 183 Shapiro, Paula Q91 68, 73, 85, 214- Shapiro, Ruth Q91 68, 73, 811-, 85, 93, 211 Sharp, Sharp, Davitl Q81 221 J68 Q71 61, 234 Robinson, Walter Q101 58, 59, 74, 201 Robison, Betty Q71 233 Robohm, John Q111 42, 183 Robohm, Richard Q91 61, 213 Robohm, Susan Q101 43, 60, 74, 79, 201 Roby, Murl QFac.1 26 Rodgers, Jim Q91 29, 64, 68, 93, 213 Rodman, Tommy Q91 55, 213 Rodolf, Kim Q91 213 R6d6lph, steve Q121 95, 125 Roehmer, Robert Q111 59 Rogers, Chris Q71 233 Rogers, Christine Q71 61, 145, 233 Rogers, Don Q101 201 Rogers, Gail Q111 3, 79, 183 Rogers, Kenneth Q71 233 Rogers, Laurann QFac.1 14, 27 Rogers, Randy Q121 44, 108, 111, 162 Rogers, Ronald Q111 183 Rogers, Sandra Q81 223 Rogers, Tom Q101 39, 55, 201 Rohr, Dan Q101 201 Rohr, John Q121 12, 162 Rohr, Mark Q81 223 Roller, Keith Q111 65, 71, 168, 169, 183 Rollins, Jim Q111 183 Romero, Barbara Q111 8, '46, 67, 74, 79, 178, 183 Romero, Beverly Q101 202 116611, Fehmh Q71 233 Roop, Bill Q91 213 Roop, Margaret Q81 223 Rorschach, Barbara Q71 233 Rorschach, Betsy Q81 73, 223 Rorsellach, Molly Q101 81, 130, 202 Sipcs, Rorsehach, Robert Q121 9, 37, 65, 67, 113, 115, 162 Rose, Caroline Q101 79, 202 Rose, Debbie 4103 202 Rose, Doug Q111 183 Rose, Rose, Ray Q111 8, 47, 67, 74, 177, 178, 183, 184 Stephen Q71 233 Rosebush, Janis Q121 55, 162 Rosenbum, Sandra QFac.1 27, 79 Rosenthal, Deborah Q91 73, 213 S Saab. Joanne 1101 202 Saab, Tony Q71 68, 233 Salanly, Kenneth Q111 183 Salter, Charles Q71 231 Salter, Dorothy QFac.1 27, 68 Samuel, Mary Ju QFac.1 27 Samuelson, Mary Q91 54, 68, 74, 93, 213 Sanrhcz, Rachel QFac.1 27, 38, 75 Sanmlefur, Janet Q111 183 Sanders, Boone Q71 234 Sanders, Donna Q101 65, 202, 205 Sanders, Mark Q101 202 Sanderson, Bob QFac.1 27, 38 Sanditen, Scott Q71 61, 234 Sanford, Gayle Q81 60, 22.1- Sangunett, Sue Q91 213 Saubcrt, Doug Q71 55, 234 Saubert, Mike Q101 125, 202 Saubcrt, Pancllo Q111 183 Saubert, Wayne Q121 163 Sawtcllc, Ann 191 213 Sautelle, Sara Lynn Q71 234 Sawycr, Linda Q121 55, 163 say-lt-S, Ll6y.l 1121 76, 82, 108, 109, lll, 159, 163 Scargall, Diane Q111 183 Schvrnpf, E. G. Q121 12, 163 Schcrmerhorn, Richard Q121 71, 82, 125, 163 Schcurieh, Jinl Q71 234 Schlanger, Bette Q121 163 Schnlidlin, Beverly Q121 92, 163 Schmidt, Kenny Q81 55, 83, 221 Schneider, Jean Q121 82 Schneider, Kurt Q111 107, 122, 183 Schneider, Vicki Q121 13, 56, 72, 79, 82, 163 Schoonover, Jann Q121 163 Sehnonover, Sally Q71 234 Schott, Karen Q101 202 Scllricker, Brian Q81 55, 224 Sehricker, Jean Q121 60, 72, 8-6, 88, 92, 117, 163 Schrinler, Susie Q81 44, 22-1 Schrivcr, Ann Q111 183 Schumann, Betsy Q121 52, 70, 79, 163 Schwabc, Dennis Q111 57, 75, 116, 169, 183 Sellwvcrs, Gayle Q121 13, 56, 62, 77, 163 Schwcluin, Joe Q91 213 Schwend, Cathy Q101 41, 51, 79, 135, 202 Scllwend, Fred Q121 163 Scott, Eric Q121 55, 164 Scott, Kay Q91 85, 213 Sharp, Maury Q101 79, 202 Sharp, Scott Q111 183 Sharpe, Connie Q81 221 Sharpe, Linda Q101 202 Sheffield, Sherry Q91 211- Shell, Deliliah Q101 79, 202 Shell, Gene QFac.1 27, 76, 105, 109 Shell, Patricia Q101 51, 202 Shellsllear, Billy Q101 125, 202 Shelton, Susan 13, 56, 78, 79, 161- Shepherd, Elise Q121 55, 164 Shepherd, Ifllen Q101 51, 81, 202 Shepherd, Linc Q71 55, 234 Shcranl, Cia Q101 5-1, 202 Shcrbc r, su-vc Q121 72, 161 Sherman, llarb Q71 231 Sherman, John Q121 16-1- Shcrnlan, Sharon Q101 7-1, 202 Sherman, Suzy Q91 211 Shields, '1'inl Q91 211 Shinpa Shinpa ugh, Mike Q91 211 ugh, Neil Q121 164 Shipley, lrhuiy Q111 67, 169, 183 Shirley, Jcan Q121 161 slutfhitila-i, Ken Q111 11, 65, 71, 76, 101, 120, 183 Shoenlakcr, Malry Q101 81, 203 Shoenlakcr, Richard Q81 224 Shoelnaker, Steve Q111 65, 71, 183 Short, Susan Q101 203 Shugart, Nancy Q121 16-1- Sllull, Linda Q111 183 Shute, Dave Q91 211 Shutc, Sharon Q111 82, 183 Sibole, David Q71 55, 231- Sibulc, Stcvc Q81 221 Sicka, Joyrc Q81 221 Sicgisnlunnl, Nancy Q111 183 Sieler, John Q111 8, 82, 92, 183 Sigler Steve Q101 203 Sikcs,,Dianc Q101 203 Sikkink, Sharon Q81 55, 221 Silvcy, Si nlnlo lfhil Q81 224 ns, Larry Q111 125, 183 Simmons, Steve Q101 203 Sinlons, John Q71 60, 234 Simpson, Betsy Q121 67, 164 Simpson, Jolln Q111 183 Sinlpson, Vicky Q101 75, 79, 95, 203 Sinclai i, lrhy Q91 21-1 Sinclair, Susan Q81 224 Singer, Singtr, Ellen Q71 68, 231 George Q121 36 Singer, ltlark Q101 65, 71, 75, 116, 203 Betty Q121 8, 46, 65, 67, 75, 95, 155, 164 Ross, Debbie Q111 72, 86, 95, 183 Rosenthal, Gary Q111 67, 71, 7 180, 183 Rosenthal, Tanlnli 92, 233 5, 76, 88, 124, 169, Rosenthal, Terry Q81 75, 83, 223 Ross, Carl Q101 202 Ross, Carrie Q71 73, 233 Ross, David Q91 61, 213 Scott, Lynne Q101 43, 79, 202 Scott, Steve Q81 221- Scolt, Vicky Q101 202 Scroggins, Virginia Q81 55, 221 Scruton, David Q101 202 Scurlock, .lan Q101 202 Scar, Barbara Q111 183 Searcy, Rob Q101 75, 125, 202 st-hrs, Carl Q111 125, 169, 183 Sipes, Jiln Q71 23-L Sippel, David Q101 203 Siselnore, Linda Q91 5-1, 214 Skinner, Lois Q111 51, 183 Slaglc, Rodney Q81 221 Slater, Marilyn Q71 60, 231 Slater, Nancy Q101 60, 203 Slelnakcr, Sally Q91 68, 211 Sloan, Jody Q71 226, 234 Ross, Drinda Q121 162 Ross, Ross, Patricia Q121 86,163 Susan Q91 73, 85, 213 Rotranlel, Gary Q91 213 lcoiiili, Debby Q101 92, 202 Routsong, Randy Q121 3-1, 58, 59, 60, 67, 163 Rowland, Karen Q71 233 Rowland, Marcia Q121 52, 67, 86, 95, 163 Roy, Susan Q111 183 ROYALTY 126-1-13 Rozell, Linda Q71 233 Rozell, Paula Q101 202 Rucker, Darrell Q111 183 Rucker, Gary Q91 213 Rudd, Dennis Q101 108, 202 Rudy, Frances Q121 163 Sears, Mike Q81 55, 224 Seay, Norma Q111 67, 86, 95, 183 Scay, Reed Q121 67, 164 Secrist, Carol Q121 164 Secrist, Linda Q71 23-1 Sec, Robert Q121 164 st-ig.-l, Ahtly Q91 67, 217 561,41-1, Mark Q111 75, 92, 183 Sclingcr, Doug Q121 3-1, 67, 72, 1611- Scllcrs, Jimmy Ql"ac.1 27, 38, 118 Sclulan, Chuck Q91 55, 214 Selluiin, Lynda Q101 8, 79, 202 salph, J66 Q121 16-1 Scnlkv, Gary Q91 61, 214 Svnlplc, Dorothy Q101 202 Senlplc, Leslie Q121 147, 161 Slodek, Barry Q121 73, 164- Slnallcy, Rhonda Q101 79, 203 Smart, Gary Q91 61, 21-t Sniart, Janice: Q121 12, 70, 72, 79, 82, 164 Slnith, Andy Q121 13, 53, 56, 65, 67, 70, 161 Slnith, Brenda Q71 234- S1uith,l3ryan Q121 164 Snlith, Bunny Q81 55, 22-L Smith, Charley Q111 183 Smith, Chris Q81 224 smith, Colin Q121 16-7 Slnith, Deanna Q71 234 Slnith, Donald Q81 55, 60, 61, 224 Smith, Frances QFac.1 27, 31 Smith, Helen QFac.1 27 Smith, Janet Q101 189, 203 247 Tobey, Mike 1121 90, 91, 165 Soule Summers, Jerry 1101 58, 59, 203 Smith, Smith, Jeff 1111 184 Jim 1Fac.1 2, 8, 14, 28, 49, T1 Smith, Karen 1121 34, 67, 70, 78, 79, 86, 161- Smith, Kathy 171 83, 234 Smith, Kay 1Fac.1 28 Smith, Kyle 1111 184 Smith, Larry 1101 82, 203 Smith, Larry 1101 203 Smith, Larry 181 224 Smith, Lee 171 234 Sn1i.th,Mnrk 171 234 Smith, Patricia 1121 79, 164 Smith, Pele 191 214 Smith, Ralph 1111 90, 91, 184 Smith, Rene 181 224 Smith, Robin 171 234- Smith, Roger 1Fac.1 28 Smith, Rusty 191 214 Smith, Sara 1121 34, 67, 74, 82, 88, 92, 164 Smith, Stan 93, 224 Smith, Stephanie 1101 203 Smith, Stvvc 1101 122, 203 Smith, Steven 1121 164- Smith, Susan 191 214 Smith, Tammy 191 61, 74, 214 Smith, Virginia 1Fac.1 28 Smithli nc, Sylvia 1121 164 Snitz, Ken 181 61, 221- Snow, Bill 191 214- Snow, Phil 1111 184 Stevenson, Debbie 1101 75, 79, 86, 203 Stevenson, Ruth 1111 184 Steward, Steward, Steward, Stewart, Douglas 171 61, 234 Karann 191 83, 206, 214 Mike 171 234 Bob 171 61, 23-1- Stcwart, Jeff 171 234- Stewart, Phil 1101 203 Stewart, Shelley 181 55, 224- Stewart, Steve 1121 165 Teter, Chris 191 61, 6-1, 93, 214- Tharp, Thayer, John 1105 204 Gnii 193 85, 21-1 THESPIANS 62, 77 Thetford, Sherry 171 234 Thomas, Candy 1111 86, 185 Thomas , Jane 171 61, 235 Thomas, Marji 1121 165 Thomas , Mark 181 61, 224- Stock, Leslie 171 234 Stockard, Pamela 1Fac.1 28 Stockton, Brenda 1101 203 Stokes, Jeanette 191 73, 85, 214 Stone, Pamela 1101 203 Storts, Joan 1111 184 Storz, Bill 1111 184 Strange, Sharron 1111 184 Street, Bill 1121 165 Strickland, Carol 181 224 Strickland, Janie 171 55, 23-1- Strickland, Roger 1101 203 Stringer, Jan 1121 165 Strong, Bill 1111 64, 65, 71, 76, 1 169, 184- Stroud, Norma 1111 184 Studebaker, Debra 181 224 12, 115, 165, 168, STUDENT COUNCIL 1111. HIGH1 63 STUDENT COUNCIL 1SR. HIGH1 64, 65 Stunz, Memory 1111 86, 184 Thomas, Mark 181 225 Thomas, Mark 171 235 Thomas, Nancy 1121 67, 79, 92, 165 Thomas, Natalie 1111 185 Thomas, Sherry 181 225 Thompson, Bobby 191 214 Thompson, Chris 1111 13 Thompson, Dana 171 235 Thompson, James 1111 90, 185 Thompson, Karen 171 55, 235 Thompson, Mary Ann 1Fac.1 28, 32 Thompson, Mike 191 215 Thompson, Patrick 171 60, 235 Thompson, Philip 181 55, 225 Thompson, Ricky 171 55, 235 Thornton, Rhonda 1111 49, 72, 79, 1 Thralls, Marcia 1111 185 Thralls, Maurine 1111 81, 185 Tidwell, D ebby 19, 85, 215 Tidwell, ,loan 1111 82, 185 Tidwell, Kathy 181 225 69, 18 Sobel, Gerry 1121 15, 34, 70, 143, 144, 146, 147, 16-1- Sokol, Jane 1121 13, 56, 79, 164 Solow, Mike 1121 13, 36, 39, 41, 56, 122, 123, 147, 165 SOPHOMORE CLASS 190-205 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 81 BOARD 188, 189 SOPHOMORE PLAY 43 Christine 1101 203 Soule, Dana 191 214 Soulsby, David 171 61, 234 Southard, Arnold 1111 184 Southard, Bill 1111 184 Southard, Phil 191 214 Southmayd, Janet 171 55, 234 Sowell, Laven 1Fac.1 13, 28, 54, 55, 56 Spahr, Randy 171 234 SPANISH CLUB 1JR. HIGH1 75 SPANISH CLUB 1SR. HIGH1 75 Sparkman, Wayne 1101 203 Sparks, Bill 1121 165 Sparks, Doug 1111 112, 184 Sparks, Mary 191 85, 214 Spears, Drew 1111 184 Speed, Brenda 191 54, 214- Speed, Nan 171 234 Spccglc, Roger 191 60, 61, 214 Spellman, Rick 1101 203 Spellman, Sally 1101 203 Spencer, Anne 1101 54, 79, 203 Spencer, Kitty 181 60, 224 Spicer, Mary 1123 13, 55, 56, 67, 70, 79, 165 Spitzmillcr, Marcia 181 224 Spleth, Dorothy 1111 46, 67, 95, 184 Spradlin, Donna 1121 165 Spurgin, Bill 191 214 Spyres, Stephen 1101 203 Stacy, Kip 1121 9, 34, 41, 71, 76, 96, 165 Stafford, David 1111 116, 118, 184 Stafford, Phil 171 55, 234 STAGE BAND 57 STAGECRAFT 90, 91 Staines, Cathy 1101 75, 79, 203 Staines, Diane 1111 13, 38, 65, 75, 184 Stallborics, Ardys 171 61, 234- Stallcup, Judy 191 54, 214 Stanfield, Davy 181 224- Stanfield, Judy 1111 184 Stanfield, Pai 191 68, 83, 214 Stanficld, Tracy 1121 52, 67, 72, 165 Stanley, JoAnn 171 226, 234 Sturgis, Robert 181 224 Stutsman, Steve 1111 184 C Sublett, herl 1101 79, 82,203 Sublett, Monece 171 234 Suits, Don 1111 184 Sullivan, Summers Joyce 1101 189, 203 , Cheryl 181 224 Summers, Marianne 1111 185 Sumpter, Loni 1121 11, 65, 74, 1.47, 165 Sumpter, Sharon 181 224 Sundvahl, Neva 1101 79, 81, 189, 203 Sutterfield, Susan 171 234 Sutton, Denise 171 234 Swan, Debbie 181 224 Swan, Pam 1101 51, 65, 76, 79, 104, 189, 203 Swanson, Christy 1111 185 Swanson, Cindy 1111 86, 185 Swanson, Danny 181 224 Sweeney, Lloyd 1111 60, 185 Swenney, Sweet, B Sweet, C Richard 181 224 rian 181 60, 224 arul 191 214 Swenson, Katie 171 61, 226, 234 Swenson, Steve 181 61, 224 SWUMETTES 80, 81 SWIMMING 112-115 Swindcll, Robilea 181 55, 224 Swyden, Phil 1101 203 Symanski, Robert 171 234 Symanski, Stan 1121 8, 47, 67, 71, 142, 147, 165 SYMPHONIC BAND 58 Tabhui, Charles 1101 107, 122, 204 Tabury Beverly 191 75, 214 Tinwcii, Rai 1123 67, 70, 79, 86, 165 Tidwell, Seth 171 55, 235 Timo, Greg 181 225 Tison, Ann 181 55, 225 Tobey, Carol 171 235 Tobey, David 1101 116, 119, 20-1- Todd, Louise 1Fac.1 28, 33 Todd, Richard 181 61, 225 Todd, Robert 191 215 Todhunter, Ann 1101 79, 204 Toivio, Eeva 1111 11, 37, 185 Toliver, Tolie 181 61, 225 Tolson, Georgann 1111 185 Tomer, Mark 1111 B8 Tompkins, Greg 1101 204 Tompkins, Kay 1121 166 Toomey, Ginee 1111 60, 185 TORCH STAFF 8, 4-6, 47 Tower, Alan 181 225 Towery, Forrest 1Fac.1 23, 28 Tcwncs, Charlene 1121 55, 166 Towncs, Pam 1101 204 Townsend, Chris 1121 166 Townsend, Gayle 191 54, 215 Townsend, Ken 1111 185 Townsend, Stan 171 235 Trace, Linda 1111 95, 185 TRACK 122, 123 Trader, Jackie 191 54, 215 Traw, Rusty 181 225 Trenfield, Carol 1101 75, 79, 20 Treniicld, Sherry 181 44, 225 Triuder, Debbie 171 235 Tripp, Patsy 181 225 Trotter, Dianne 1101 54, 204 Trowbridge, Ed 1121 166 Trumbly, Debbie 181 225 Tschappat, Patti 191 215 4 Tschappat, Phyllis 171 55, 92, 235 Tuell, Robert 171 60, 235 Taylor, Barbara 1121 165 Stanton, Gary 1111 53, 59, 106, 122, 123, 184 Tabor, Jim 1111 90, 185 Tag, Karen 1111 72, 185 Tag, Valerie 181 224 Talbert, Joe 191 214 Talbott, Candee 1101 204 Talbott, Richard 1101 105 Talley, Ronnie 1111 135 Talley, Tony 1121 165 TALONS 78, 79 Tandy, Alfred Randolph, Jr. 181 224 Tankerslcy, Henry 181 61, 224 Turley, Jeanne 181 55, 225 Turner, Anette 171 55, 235 Turner, Claire 191 215 Turner, Debbie 181 60, 83, 225 Turner, Gail 1111 52, 185 Turner, Gregg 1101 86, 105, 125, 204 Turner, Harry 171 235 Turner, Linton, Jr. 1121 67, 74, 92, 166 Turner, Turner, Phil 1111 185 Randy 191 93, 215 Steed, Dennis 171 234 Stecd, Paul 1101 105, 116, 118, 203 Steed, Tom 1111 184 Steele, Roy 181 224 Steele, Steele, Steele, Sandra 1101 79, 203 Scot 171 61, 234 Skip 1101 203 Steiner, Sally 1111 18-1 Steinlc, Chris 181 224 Steinle, Mark 1121 3, 165 Steinmcycr, Jack 1111 71, 124, 184 Steinmeyer, Jim 1101 71, 124, 203 Stenhouse, Donna 191 214 Stephens, Jerry 1111 184 Stephenson, Charles 191 61, 214 Stephenson, Kay 1101 203 Stephenson, Nancy 191 61, 75, 83, 214 Stevens, Chester 1121 165 Stevens, Danny 191 64, 211 Stevens. Trudy 191 214 248 Tanner, David 181 224 Tarbel, Anne 191 68, 85, 214 Tardiff, Gene 1111 116, 119, 185 Tarman, Tatroe, J Pni 1121 106,122, 165 ohn 1101 204 Taylor, Carole 181 61, 224 Taylor, Darlene 1121 67, 165 Taylor, Jim 1111 64, 65, 67, 71, 185 Taylor, Richard 1101 204 Taylor, Susan 191 85,214 Teague, Louise 1101 204 Teis, Susan 191 54, 83, 214 TENNIS 125 Tennis, Cindy 181 55, 224 Tennis, Scott 1111 116, 118, 119, 185 Terning, Trudy 181 224 Tessier, Debbi 191 83, 214 Tessier, Patty 191 84, 85, 214 Tessier, Peggy 171 234 Turney, Twilley, Twillcy, Sharon 1101 75, 88, 204 Dwight 191 215 George 1111 185 U Updegrove, Dana 171 60, 235 USHERETTES 70 V Valant, Cathy 1101 204 Valant, Mike 1111 76, 116, 11 8, 119, 185 5 Vale, Gary 171 235 Vale, Sandra 1121 34, 39, 41, 62, 65, 70, 77, 144, 146, 147, 150, 166 Vammen, Vahla 1101 204 Vanbibber, Rhonda 1121 166 Vance, John 181 225 Vandever, Steve 181 225 Van Van Van Hoesen, Kent 1121 166 Hoesen, Richard 181 225 Hoose, Marc 171 55, 215 Van Hoose, Penny 1121 62, 77, 79, 166 141, 143, VanValkenbur 11, Kirk 12 10, 39, 64, 65, 71, 139, g 1 1 143, 147, 166 Vanzant, Crickett 1101 92, 20-1- Versen, Judy 181 225 Wingo, Kathy 1121 167 Versen, Vicki 171 235 Vick, Kelly 1101 105, 201 Vincent, Bob 191 215 Vincent, Jess 1121 166 Vinnedge, Cyndi 1121 79, 166 Vinnedge, Gloria 1111 185 Vinson, Mike 1121 166 Vinson, Vicki 181 83, 225 Vogel, James 1101 204 Voss, Marty 1121 166 Vreeland, Jack 1111 67, 185 Vrooman, Elizabeth 1111 186 W Wade, Clint 1101 76, 106, 112, 115, 122, 20-1 Wade, Curtis 181 255 Wadlin, Bob 1111 186 Whitney, Steve 1101 58, 59, 60, 205 Wagenblatt, David 1121 13, 56, 76, 108, 109, 166 Wagenblatt, Marilyn 1101 204 Wagenblatt, Marty 181 225 Wagner, Bill 191 215 Wagner, Mike 181 225 Walden, Kent 1121 166 Walilo, Kay 191 89, 215 Waldo, Vicki 171 235 Walker, Anne 1111 72, 185, 186 Walker, Bill 181 93, 225 Walker, Bruce 171 60, 235 Walker, Henrietta 1Fac.1 28 Waffle,-1 Wiggins, Marian 1111 186 Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Wallace Walling Wallis, Jan 1111 186 Kathie 191 215 Martha 1121 166 Rickey 191 55, 215 ,Peggy 171 235 lord, Georgann 191 85, 215 Linda 1111 186 W'alters, Marjory 1101 204 Walters, Tom 1121 166 Walton, Don 1121 166 Walton, Don 225 Walton, Ronny 181 225 ward, 16.11 1101 204 Georgia 1121 166 Warren, Scott 1121 166 Warrick, Mike 1121 90, 166 Warwick, Gary 171 235 Washburn, Virginia 1Fac.1 28 Wasson, Britt, 191 68, 215 Wasson, Sherry 171 235 Watson, Cindy 171 235 Watson, Matt 1101 204 Watt, Alan 171 235 Watt, John 1111 186 Watt, Terry 171 55, 235 Wattman, Gary 1121 57, 58, 59, 72, 166 Watts, Larry 1121 166 Waul, Marcia 1101 204 Weaver, Larry 1111 186 Webb, William 1101 204- Weber, Jeanne 181 225 Weber, Jeff 1111 186 Weber, Rick 1101 55, 204 Weedman, Jane 181 225 Weger, Edna 1l'7ac.1 28 Weichert, sieve 1121 76, 96, 107, 116, 117, l Weidinfelder, Ereka 1111 58, 59, 186 Weidman, Dennis 1121 166 Weisman, Ann 1121 34, 67, 166 Weisman, Eleanor 191 73, 85, 215 Weiss, Jeff 1111 74, 88, 186 Welch, Barney 1121 82, 166 Wellendorf, Don 181 55, 225 Wlellendorf, Glen 1101 204 wi-lla, Chuck 181 61, 225 W7-lls, Ruth 1F8C.1 28 Wenger, Bob 1111 112, 115, 186 Wenger, Larry 171 61, 235 Wenger, Melanie 181 225 Wenger, Susan 11.01 204 Wertz, Tom 1111 67, 186 110, 123, 18, 166 West, Cathy 191 55, 215 West, Jeannie 1101 79, 82, 204 West, Marion 171 60, 235 West, Shannon 171 235 Wcstby, Gerry 1121 13, 53, 166 Wcsthy, Tryg 191 215 Wheatley, Jean 181 61, 225 Wheatley, Wheatley, Wheeler, Kay 1111 169, 184, 186 Maribeth 1111 82, 186 Diane 1101 204 Wheeler, Gary 1111 186 Wheeler, Jim 171 61, 235 Wheeler, Pamela 1101 204 W'hceler, Roger 1111 60, 186 Wilson, Chris 181 225 Wilson, Christy 1101 205 Wilson, Curt 181 55, 225 Wilson, David 181 61, 225 Wilson, Debbie 235 Wilson, Jan 1111 86, 187 Wilson, Jancy 171 235 Wilson, LaVann 1101 58, 59, 72, 205 Wilson, Linda 1101 54, 79, 205 Wilson, Margie 181 225 Wilson, Pamela 191 79, 84-, 85, 93, 215 Wilson, Pat 191 61, 93, 215 Wilson, Tom 1111 4-2, 95, 187 Wilson, Wanda 191 215 Wimmer, Donna 1111 187 Wimmer, Glenda 1121 167 Wheeler, Susan 1101 204 Whiscnhunt, Clint 1111 186 Whisenhunt, Jim 191 215 Whitaker, Katherine 1Fac,1 28 Whitaker, Nancy 1111 86, 186 Whitaker, Susan 181 225 White, Bill 1121 11, 71, 76, 106, 112, 115, 122, 123, 166 Wintcrmute, David 1101 58, 59, 205 Winters, Sandy 1111 31, 64, 128, 134, 169, 187 Winters, Susie 1121 70, 167 Wintrode, Steve 1111 187 Wise, Beverly 181 54, 225 wise, Linda 191 54, 83, 215 Wise, Susan 1101 205 Wiseman, Lynn 1121 167 Withington, Ann 1101 135, 205 Witllington, Margy 191 84, 85, 215 Wolcott, Karen 1101 54, 205 Wolford, Lee 1101 205 Womble, Julie 191 85, 215 White, Bill 181 225 White, Bob 191 215 White, Brian 171 235 White, Danny 191 55, 215 White, David 1101 43, 58, 59, 71, 75, 204 White, Jeannie 191 73, 85, 215 White, Judy 1111 186 White, Jiidy 1101 43, 54, 204 White W'hite 1 1 White, White Judy 171 55,235 Kim 1111 71, 112, 114, 186 Larry 1111 90, 186 Marcia 181 225 White, Margie 1101 79, 81, 204 White, Richard 1111 186 White, Ronnie 1121 167 White, Steve 171 235 Woncik, Karen 191 215 Wang, Diana 1111 137 Wood, Wood, Ann 1121 167 Bill 1101 205 Wood, Hal 181 61, 225 Wood, Jane! 191 83, 85, 215 Wood, Jeanette 1121 55, 79, 86, 167 Wood, Jiln 1111 187 Wood, Paula 1101 79, 205 Wood, Ron 1111 13, 187 White, Zoe 1Fac.1 19, 28, 84, Whited, Donna 181 61, 225 Whitehill, John 181 225 226 Whitehill, Sam 1121 10, 76, 101, 122, 123, 167 Whitfield, Kathy 181 225 Whitfield, Vickie 191 215 Whitmore, Laura 171 235 Whitmore, Susie 1111 72, 82, 186 Whitmore, Tom 171 61, 235 Whitney, David 191 215 Whitney, Donna 1101 204- Woodall, Terry 1111 187 Woodard, Dick 171 235 W'oodard, Jim 1121 67, 167 Woodbury, Kriss 1101 122, 123, 205 Woodfin, Pam 1111 187 Woodlce, Mike 1111 187 Woods, Stuart 181 225 Woods, Susan 1101 205 Woodward, Bobby 181 225 Wozencraft, Claudia 1101 92, 205 W'RESTLlNG 116-119 Wright, Don 1121 167 Whitt, Margaret 191 85, 215 Whorton, Widmar, Gary 191 215 Tom 191 83,215 Wicdemann, Sue 1121 75, 82, 167 Wiegand, David 1101 205 Wiehe, Fred 1111 91, 186 Wienecke, Fred 191 215 Wienecke, Marina 1121 11, 65, 67, 70, 79, 81, 147, 167 Wies, Cathy 171 61, 235 Wies, Ron 181 225 Wiggins, Bruce 1111 90, 186 Wiggins, Debbie 181 55, 225 Wiggins, Kaye 1111 42, 179, 186 Wiggins, Ron 1101 43, 205 Wilbanks, Bill 171 55, 235 Wilbanks, Susan 191 68, 215 Wilcox, Philip 181 55, 225 Wilder, Gordon 191 64, 215 Wilder, Jane 1121 58, 59, 72, 133, 167 Wilder, Kathy 171 235 Wiley, Jeannine 191 85, 215 Wilhoit, Nancy 171 235 Wilkerson, Susan 171 235 Wilkins, Bill 1121 167 Willbanks, Leslie 1111 72, 79, 169, 179, 186 Willers, Ulric 1121 11, 37, 71, 72, 87, 125, 143, 167 Wright, Jean 1121 8, 47, 67, 75, 167 Wright, Ken 1101 205 Wright, Nancy 1111 75, 92, 169, 187 Wright, Solon 1121 167 Wright, Tom 1111 187 Wright Vicki 1111 187 Wyanl,, Jeanie 1111 67, 187 Y Yancey, David 191 215 Yancey, Steve 171 235 Yeager, Karen 1111 187 York, Bobby 1101 205 York, Marllla 1121 12, 13, 40, 41, 55, 62, 67, 77, 90, 167 York, Wayne 1121 56, 167 Yost, Carroll 1121 55, 67, 74, 82, 167 Williams, Anne 1Fac.1 28 Williams, Boll 171 61, 68, 235 Williams, Celestia 1Fac.1 28 Williams, Dan 181 225 Williams, Linda 171 235 Young, Ann 1111 187 Young, Young, Young, Young, Carol 1101 205 Dibby 1121 9, 67, 70, 167 Grant 1111 90, 107, 122, 123, 181 Kay 191 85, 215 Young, Mathel 1Fac.1 28 Young, Reid 181 225 Young, Suzanne 191 85, 93, 215 Young, Terry 1121 147, 167 Williams, Williams, Williams, 'Willian1s, W illiams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williamso Mary Ann 181 225 Miclial 1111 67, 187 Nancy 1121 167 Sheila 1121 67, 79, 167 Steve 1121 34, 167 Steve 1111 187 'ferric 1101 205 Tam 1111 187 Tommy 1101 205 Tonlmy 181 61, 225 n, David 191 215 Williamson, Eddie 1121 34, 45, 53, 65, 147, 167 Willis, Charles 191 215 Wills, Randy 191 75, 215 Wilner, Erie 1101 205 Wilshire, Sally 171 61, 235 Wilson, Alex 171 226, 235 Wilson, Bill 1121 167 Wilson, Bruce 191 64, 215 Z Zachariac, Pat 1Fac.1 14, 28, 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