Edison High School - Torch Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1969

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P, X 'Pit 6 THAT INTENSE STRAINING OF MUSCULAR AND INTELLECTUAL POWER . .. A MOMENT OF SPORTS . . . THE GLORIFIED AND THE FORGOTTEN . . . A BURST OF ENERGY FOR THAT EXTRA POINT . . . RESPECT FOR THE OTHER GUY . .. BRINGING HONORS TO EDISON. v,..vN' pw- ? mf' ww- ...mt "4 K ' ' ,I 7 ...x -g'2-awfg, A?TE':: ffm 5 -ss- . gfgfez Q K' ' sr em! P' 1-NAIL ,muy Q if K ff- " 355, fa - a.::b:'Aa:-459:22 ff, ' " f-zfhlkjlf 'YT . . A.: AMES -J sk gi 3 WT: '15 na J Si m '1 53 3 5 ,L .. ,,,,,, , 5 Ei, L Mm za '+- 5 x A353 , WJ as-if r g ,qu ' 4 ., iwfvf' ' S , af- X "' fn ut' ' 4 Q 63,1 A GLANCE AT CLASSES . . . AN IMPENETRABLE MOB IN THE HALLWAYS .. A BEWILDERED EXPRESSION DURING TRIG . . . THE SATISFACTION OF ACCOMPLISHMENT . . . A STRIVING TO REACH PERSONAL GOALS. KKK 'M I I g I g z if 2 -' Z 5 THOMAS A. EDISON HIGH SCHOOL . . . MORE THAN JUST ATTENDING CLASSES . . . BABYSITTING AND REALIZING THE FASCINATION OF CHILDHOOD . . . THE BEAUTY OF NATURE . . . THE CONTENTMENT OF KNOWING THAT SPECIAL PERSON . . . ONLY WHEN ONE REALIZES THE MANY FACETS OF LIFE AT EDISON CAN HE TRUTHFULLY SAY . . . FOR A MOMENT I SAW. V 1, , , -E I ML, ' If-fs, "mx I,,.I,,,, - I mmm ,4 , . yn LW . Wmmwwwm ' --www ,,'..,,4,,i,,a 'htfwumww wwf 12 Q. ,m.,,MM,,c,, Vwsaaag-3 ff f I Hmmm: ,. v- ' F --..,, L . Lg, xygxxg ggi ., .. M. vvfvn- .-wasnt V Iwwfnaf-fm,f.f.sw.Mafrg 1 5 I I I 3 9 W 1 ,. is W. "vu, if rl I K X, X ,A uh if.- gc- J' 9-' .ggi STUDENTS MINGLE . . . PLANS BEING MADE . . . THE SPIRIT DECORATIONS . . . THE CHEERS OF A VICTORY . .. DAYS TO REMEMBER . . . STUDENT LIFE '1l ' i N , V M... I I .... V, 'I l 5 a ,p0f"'OQ 4vcI"49Q 9000! O00 ectmg pnctures for thenr sports sectlon Jeff Alexander Junpors Lee Ford Julre Glenn and Gale di Garner and Joel Cohen work toward another deadlme Sanford Cool off affer yearbook Class et4"0, vr"0op 4,ary,, ,4OOog, Concentration and delxberatlon are reflected by Eleanor Weusman durung a moment of thought i I i 5 , . l E i Randy Wills, Mike Murphy, Susan Silver, Emerette Pierce, and Shirley Dundee look on as Roy Steele, Steve Cohen, and Marilyn Grossbard fini: typing copy for THOMAS TIMES and SCHOOL LlFE. Gathering the latest news . . . Limitless proof- reading and correcting . . . A reflection of Edison's image. Journalism is not leisurely work. lt is tense, sometimes exciting, but more of- ten involves long hours of mental labor. The iournalism staff, under the guidance of Randy Wills, editor, and Mrs. June Richey, advisor, discovered what a trying Q but rewarding iob publication is. Students E prepared articles for Edison's newspaper, the THOMAS TIMES, as well as for the TULSA SCHOOL LIFE and the SOUTHSIDE TIMES. As the extreme tension and ex- citement of classroom work finally paid 5 off, students received the satisfaction of seeing their own work in print. i Advisor Mrs. June Richey discusses another iournalism problem with Editor Randy Wills. 'I8 0 Journalism Seniors Jan Black, Carol Mantooth, and Mike Rob- ertson make paste-ups for the THOMAS TIMES. I 'm , y- JL, ographer Kathy Mixon takes a picture for SCHOOL LIFE. ed emotions are expressed as Mary Pat Ladner, Shelley Stewart, Mike Robertson, Mary McDonald, Jan Black, and typists Cheryl re, Sally Martin, and Carol Mantooth prepare for another deadline. , . ,,, W , " ' ,,"iiI" ' - ' ' Abi,-5"T' W1 ,, K, Journalism 0 I9 7 The company moguls plan a monoply for power. The two madvvomen discuss their case against the officials with the ragpicker, Mr. Goodman helps prepare Walter Eskridge for his part as the president Senior Play 0 20 THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT Cast The Waiter .... The Little Man .. The Prospector .. The President . . The Baron ..... Therese ........ The Street Singer . . The Flower Girl . . The Ragpicker . . Paulette ....... The Deaf-Mute ..... Irma .............. The Shoelace Peddler . . The Broker ........ The Street Juggler . . . Dr. Jadin ................ Countess Aurelia, the Maclwoman of Chaillot . The Doorman ........... . . . The Policeman ... ... .. Paul Munding .. Forrest Craig Mike Robertson . Walter Eskridge .. Charles Willis Susan Henderson Bill Bates . . Suzy Young ... Curtis Gimlin .. Ann Sawtelle . . . Faren Akins . Debbie Combs . . . Steve Cohen Richard Robohm .. . John Gorrell Jeff Kowalski . .. Linda Wise .. . .. Phil Petta Bill Phillips Pierre ....... .. T. Maxwell Henshaw The Sergeant . . . . . The Sewerman .......... Mme. Constance, the Madwoman of Passy .. Mlle. Gabrielle, the Madwoman of St. Sulpice Mme. Josephine, the Madwoman La Concorde ............. .. Tom Munson Steve Rathmann . Susan Peters ... Pam Wilson Demi Rosenthal Others: Walter Eskridge, Richard Robohm, Charles Willis, Mike Robertson, John Nelson, Steve Cohen, Steve Rathmann, Gordon Leaman, Bill Phillips, Laura Hall, Julie Womble, Linda Neck, Jett Alexan- der, John Nelson ountess Aurelia lures the presidents to their doom in the sewers of Paris. The broker becomes ecstatic while relating his latest stock market triumph. Senior Play 0 21 , if Q: . VM r T K " r ,Pm It , ,, After viewing the apparent chaos at the school, the Offered a halfcrown by Hopcroft Rain Sowters express concern for the well-being of their son. bow agrees to pinch the girls clothes THE HAPPIEST DAYS OF YOUR LIFE Dick Tassell .. Rainbow ...... Rupert Billings ....... Godfrey Pond . Cast Miss Evelyn Whitchurch . . Miss Gossage .. Hopcroft Mi .. Barbara Cahoun . Chuck Keene . Freddy Davis . . . Brion Felts Stuart Howard Laurie McCants Adele Baumann . . Brian Sweet Adrienne Jones Joyce Harper ......... . . . Ann Dee Glazer The Rev. Edward Peck . .. ..... Paul Masson Mrs. Peck ............ . . Susan Knoblock Edgar Sowter .. .. Chris Arbuckle Mrs. Sowter .. .. . Tricia Matetich 22 0 Junior Play The head of St. Swithens, Miss Whitchurch com mands the attention of Godfrey and Rupert ui in a predicament, Godfrey does some fast explaining for the Pecks. fusing to be intimidated, Rainbow haughtily replies to Miss Whitchurch. X Xi 3 i i x X, V2 s I , E i t i Q t Explaining the tragic mix-up Rupert receives the sympathy of Joyce Harper. f L. vi U T E -' Eiffj 3 4,1,. .siltgqg f f ls' f NP' Sf' 1 5 X f . 1 vN5EFl'fhqfS,...s f. .. '9i'l'li'l'l9 . . 111 ..., ws if -1 . P I -- -Y'-1.,., -fm, f slim ,A GBE E QULIN f, The antics of the Cheerybombs explode as the vivacious bombshells entertain fellow students. Q.. ,QL Q ,Mkt .Qt ff' ,nr egg Ip lf, , .,,, --'aff' -rv iv X Both balloons and spirits rose in the balloon release heralding the advent of Edison Week. The senior float, winner of the contest, illus- trated highlights of three years at Edison. 24 0 Edison Week , ....t s -. 'SN 1 1 gif I f 5 , 5 -Q X MFXL .. . Q 'WS if' t as as is sl H? .fi F .sm Q We an faixall ..- , 5 hw ,- . x -f . .Jag F Me- to f . . , , .,,,,...... , 1. ..,, ,. ,,.. M.,A A ,,N,,Pi,gN,m,,A. f, .: 'K.VI V, , . L 9 ws ,ws s-as 7. .af A F' I 'i . Ei it X . ..... 9 E- g. 1 Mb H R 5 Jdent Council's spirit posters dotted the hallways. Brotherhood Day . . a satirical gridiron . . homeroom Competition . Edison Week . . . Activities, assemblies, and contests enough for every student were the hall- mark of Edison Week. The annual Broth- erhood Breakfast inspired students as Rev. Larry Ford spoke on the theme, "A Friend Is Someone Who Likes You." The Gridiron provided frolicsome follies for all, while the school spirit, talent, and superlative assemblies gave classmates an appreciated break from classes. The pool, bowling, and door decorating con- tests kept competitive spirits keen and the advent of the Mr. Edison and his dog look-alike contest marked the start of a new tradition for Edison Week. The week concluded as students bestowed their highest title of Mr. Edison IX upon Grant Hall. e bowling tournament gave Bob Johnson a chance to improve the fortunes of his homeroom. i l As he spoke at the Brotherhood Breakfast, Reverend Larry Ford showed an understanding of students. Edison Week 0 25 ,. it al 'ZA X 6 t 0 x - .1 1 X. , 'AAT N- , ,,,. .,,, .--....,,,M...-,.., ,A . L wuff , A 642 9 3 4 I.. F154 1. 4 1 , 'T . 3 F 2 Q- 'EL 31? . ...f -' Ir ,.gy,4 n in -ww-f - 4 , M N ,fy , 4 Q Q . -5 K yx. Y - 7 Q5 , rw .. ? , Q 1 B.: 3' Q far 'Rm 51 Y N F-H X i F ' I 1 W ., , Ng fs fy? L il A fsff' X . .ri P3 Lu H27 P + ,. -q. Audience participation seems appropriate to Phil Stepp and Scott Powers during the Gridiron. mas Edison and his dog lookvalikes, Joel Cohen Miss Kay Van Valkenburgh, have seen the light. and loyalty are evoked throughout the week by the cheerleaders. Edison Week 0 27 f JOHN CHASELING GUSTAVO ORTEGA Learning new Customs . . . acting as ambassadors . . . bringing our countries closer. American Field Service representatix John Chaseling, from Kyogle, Ne South Wales, Australia, was hosted l: Fred Wienecke. John was a member 1 Key Club, Student Council, and the trac team. He will return to Australia at tl end of his stay, where he plans to l: an economist. Gustavo Ortega, from Guayaquil, Ecu dor, was active in Key Club and Studei Council, and was chosen Most Polite. A ter the school year with his America host Tom Miller, Gus will return home i study law. li r Conversing informally, Jerry Bob Lee and Margy Withing- ton make John Chaseling feel welcome at Edison. Donating their time, John and Gustavo sell Edison Callings for Student Council. 28 0 Foreign Exchange l l Edison's two guests, John Chaseling and Gustavo Ortega, compare conditions among their own countries and the United States. is A A The foreign exchange reception gave Gustavo a chance to talk with two Edison students, Kathy Rhodes and Margaret Whitt. John Chaseling followed the tradition of friendliness set by Edison's AFS students. Foreign Exchange 0 29 The heavy wooden portal of a chalet reminds Todd Viewing the experiment souvenir window Pat Cobb Henshaw and Susan Ross of their homes in Austria. discusses his trip with sponsor Miss Charlene Clark Soaking up midnight sun . . . munching the original vienna sausage . . . experimenters Memories and mementos enough to last a lifetime are exchanged with each of the friends at home by the five Ed- ison .students fortunate .enough to have participated in-the i968 Experiment in international Living. The young ambas- sadors spent the summer of 1968 living abroad. Todd Henshaw and Susan Ross were much at home in Austria. Swedish folk- ways tickled the fancy of Susan Teis and Forrest Craig, while Pat Cobb gave the experiment a Danish twist. The experi- ment fosters international understand- ing in its program by allowing young people to see another country in a much more intimate way than is open to the average tourist. A viking ship on earthenware supplies Forrest Craig and Susan Teis with memories of Sweden. 30 0 Experimenters A thrilling first game . . . The sense of group unity . B-Squad Cheerleaders. The B-Squad cheerleaders were a new addition to Edison. These nine sophomore girls acquired cheerleading experience while assisting the A-Squad at games. Fully as spirited as their older counter- parts, the girls reveled in rousing crowds and vocalizing their support for Ediscn's sportsmen. uad Cheerleaders, ROW l: Sandy Wilson, Marilyn Hammond, Mece Sublett, Franky De- elere, JoAnn Stanley. ROW 2: Debbie Lubin, Chris Rogers, Melanie Harwood, Maria tantiello. rw' 3 nn Enjoying Edison's homecoming game, Melanie Harwood hexes Central. Cheerleading positions prove strenuous for JoAnn Stanley and Franky Delarzelere. B-Squad Cheerleaders 0 31 STEPHANIE ELEY-junior DONNA NEW-senior A-Squad Cheerleaders Cheering at a pep Club meeting . . . Brightening a spirited assembly . . . Cheerleaders. 'x The cheerleaders, led by captain Suzy Henry, kindled spirit at Edison. Always friendly, these harbingers of hysteria could be seen at maior sports events lead- ing classmates in reverberating cheers. The girls travelled to the O.U. summer cheerleading clinic, where they received honors, and to the O.U. fall clinic, where they supplemented their routines with fresh ideas. The cheerleaders also spon- sored a rummage sale in conjunction with Pep Club and held their annual Mr. S.L.O.B. contest. The girls mustered student support for athletes and tapped new reserves of enthusiasm. SUZY HENRY-senior 0 32 JEANA CLEMENTS-iuni Of .NTT if 3 ,ITV EH gmc" WILBANKS-senior PATTI HYDEN-iunior FRIEDMAN-iunior SUZANNE KNARR-junior ,, A-Squad Cheerleaders 0 33 1Us:5.1,3-'-,A .H A ray! N,-.l'.f"L in-w'-, . ,- , ' A .. 5,1--g'Q,l:L.,f-r--,S,-, . A ff 1 v fgytnw.. 1-A , X 'Y 5 I --Q -. Se.. 'hx Ik., ,. S35..,g'ge1Qi 3.5 gt' - 1512226543441 - sigiES,2E'l!?9llQfZa'l-L 'f -K-' Env' - . 5.f.w,':, LQ:-,-,, Q.. ., vfw-w2'f"Pu" Q' .. . . ff.-' "" 2 -1-W A ' .3.-,w,,4jf:1,--:4.Cf. - ' . 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FRESH ENTHUSIASM . . . FERVID PLANNING . . . A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT . . . A SERVICE TO EDISON . . . ORGANIZATIONS Student Council officers Birch Blackstock, Tom Miller, Dee Dee Davidson and Rick Macey prepare the weekly agenda. Student Council, ROW 1: Mary Pat Ladner, Barbara Gwartney, Birch Blackstock, Dee Dee Davidson, Rick Macey, Tom Miller, Katy Martin, Amy Clark, John Chaseling, Gus Ortega, Phil Eller, Bruce Fadem, Fred Wienecke, Jerry Bob Lee, Grant Hall, Nancy Exon, Mary Deisenroth, Susan Swanson. ROW 2: Sally Martin, Margy Withington, Todd Kangas, Susan Ross, Marc Van Hoose, Todd Henshaw, Jim Rodgers, Chris Teter, Mark Niles, Don Froning, Bill Meyer. FLOOR: Brian Brouse, Suzy Henry, Diana Maher, Karen Kenny, Stuart Fox, Anne Tarbel. SPONSOR: Mr. Jack Dobelbower. tudent Council, ROW 1: Jo Ann Stanley, Althea Jackson, Babette Becher, ore Blackstock, Pam Priester, Ellen Singer, Marilyn Hammond, Tracey Hall, ana Thompson. ROW 2: Tuck Andress, Laurie McCants, Stephanie Eley, aurie Cockrell, Ginger Heller, Debbie Lubin, Franky DeLarzelere, Debby eck, Sally Ravis, Randy Dalby. ROW 3: Bob Nelson, Melanie Wenger, ww fo,:.rs:..W ,WM 3'353' , onaunlltlnf 'E fill gui lm-in E9 mmf to bring two more A.F.S. students to Edison Houston meson and Grant Hall encourage the candy sale. Members Vaughn Graham, Margaret Kramer, Sarah Savage, Susan Savage, Sharon Sumpter, Cindy Grant, Clark Parrish, Mike Maher, Chris Lyon, Mike Black, Ronnie Cohen. ROW 4: Carol Colvin, Scott Campbell, Dan Danner. ROW 5: Stan Smith, Joe Bartlett, Seth Tidwell, Tom Campbell, Marilyn Morris, Gay Nienhuis, Paul Masson, Jay McCormick, Fenton Rood, Bill Shirley. Edison callings . . . selling candy to finance A.F.S. students . . . all of this was Student Council. The return of high school bowl and the olympics spurred homeroom enthusiasm. Edison Week mirrored school spirit, schol- arship and brotherhood. Student Council unified the student body and provided a guide for student life. of Student Council attend the annual fall workshop. -,X s. var 7 55- -ui V I NJ 'RJ 'C-7 Usherettes, ROW I: Judy Carlson, Jeanette Stokes, Suzy Henry, Donna New, Marsha Gelwick, Mary Samuelson. ROW 2: Amy Clark, DeeDee Davidson, Teresa Wages, Carol Mantooth, Mary Deisenroth. ROW 3: Barbara Gwartney, Susan Wilbanks, Bar- Ross, Gail Wilkerson. bara Lee, Ann Patterson, Pam Wilson. ROW 4: Karann Steward, Monday evening meetings . . . serving the school as Key Club and Usherettes. Students in Usherettes and Key Club served Edison in many capacities. Be- sides ushering at back to school night and at teachers' meetings, the Usher- ette girls contributed to the community by giving a Halloween party for children at Hillcrest Hospital. Usherettes' counter- part, Key Club, joined them in ushering at Tulsa Little Theater and at school plays. The two groups also promoted a bas- ketball mixer. Key Club, sponsored by Utica Square Kiwanis Club, worked at home athletic events and participated in the KRMG Radio Day. In the fall, they chose Suzy Henry as the Key Club Sweet- heart to reign during the year. Usherettes Ruth Shapiro Mary Pat Ladner Eleanor Weisman Anne Tarbel Mrs. Odetta Lewis .... 38 0 Usherettes OFFICERS .. .President. . . . .Treasurer. . . Senior Director . . . . Junior Director ...Sponsor...... Vice-President .... . Secretary ..... Key Club . . . . Jim Rodgers . Birch Blackstock . . . . . Chris Teter . . Jeff Kowalski . . . .Mike Robertson . ..... Scott Bowen Mr. Wendell Casey Key Club, SITTING: Birch Blackstock, Scott Bowen, Chris Teter, Jim Rodgers, Jeff Kowalski, Mike Rob- ertson. ROW 1: Robert Svoboda, Tuck Andress, Rick Nagy, Steve Ives, Vaughn Graham, John Chaseling, Bob Johnson, Bob Bryan, Joe Gwartney, Lee Ford, Suzy Young Meredith Felts Terry Balfe Jo Glenn ROW 5 Karen Huenemann, Paula Shapiro, Kay Scott, Diane Block, Carol Lewis. ROW 6: Dana Hostetter, Mary Ann Coe, Susan Bruce Wilson, Stan Smith, David Floyd, Tom Mun son, Freddy Davis, Bill Meyer, Fred Wienecke, Gar' Smart, Bob Attaway, Bruce Ross, Gordon Wilder Mike Sears, Bruce Graham, Steve Hoppes, Gustave Ortega, Todd Henshaw. I i i l fx 'l-'Jwal 3 ' 1.7" l Wifi. s .,e Mrs. Lewis plans for ushering at Tulsa Little Theater with Mary Pat Ladner, Anne Tarbel, Eleanor Weisman, and Ruth Shapiro. lcween is not forgotten: Barbara 'artney visits a hospitalized child. X , L? Ak A ' K' . F 1. H Suzy Henry Key Club Sweetheart Service club members Tom Munson and Carol Mantooth give programs to Carol Crowder. Key Club 0 39 NATIONAL HONOR S i Q.: Z i OCEEEM5 ly .f--' QR SN . AR A n ' PAT CH gif KK Z N A TION A L H O N WOR S Oclmw 9 'V Pep Club, CHEERLEADERS A SQUAD: S. Henry, S. Wilbanks, E. Fried- man, J. Clements. CHEERLEADERS B SQUAD: D. Lubin, M. Hammond, M. Cristantiello, S. Wilson, M. Harwood. ROW ll: Mrs. Linda Hefley, M McKee, C. Grant, C. Avery, K. Burke, J. DeMint, S. Putnam, J. Miller, J. Archibald, M. Wenger, M. Deisenroth, J. Morgan. ROW 2: J. Green M. A. Pascucci, D. Hanson, P. Brown, S. James, M. Whitt, D. Grubb T. Stevens, G. Wilkerson, J. Wood, D. Ervin, M. Gelwick, P. Stanfield ROW 3: A. Clark, K. Martin, M. Thomas, P. Bradshaw, K. Cariker K. Baer, S. Miller, C. Clarke, M. Felts, L. Patterson, M. Withington: D. Maher, P. Swyden. ROW 4: V. Tag, H. Henderson, J. Black, T. Jeanette Stokes solves the problem of weekly showcase decoration for Janice Brown, Janet Morgan, Poem- Karann Steward, and Mary Deisenroth. r 1 Burke, R. Brashear, L. Neck, C. Vanaltenburg, S. Hara, K. Francy, Laeger, S. Hall, B. Mylar. ROW 5: M. Feldman, D. Riggs, P. Walla L. Gilliat, L. O'Bert, L. Nunneley, H. Yarton, P. Stanbery, C. Clendenl K. Frost, L. Ruggles, S. Pribyl..ROW 6: S. Schoonover, L. Ruffin, Rebholz, M. Smith, N. Brannin, A. Alexander, J. Southmayd, J. Fol L. Gayle, H. Harris, G. Johnson, N. Rogers. ROW 7: E. Lile, P. Bogl L. Bell, B. Conway, S. Sutterfield, S. Nanny, K. Kraft, T. Duncan,l Faxon, C. Carson. ROW 8: M. A. Coe, J. Crager, B. Stevens, M. M- kowitz, P. Butler, B. Berry, L. Hartz, A. Blood, D. Neck, S. Johnson, Hallman. ROW 9: B. Ling, L. Secrist, R. Gros. Cute and pert Jeanette Stokes entertains Pep Club with 42 0 Pep Club 3 5 .fy .I . a club, CHEERLEADERS A SQUAD: s. Eley, P. Hyden, s. Knsff, New. CHEERLEADERS B SQUAD: C. Rogers, M. Sublett, J. Stanley DeLarzelere. ROW 1: K. Steward, J. Brown, T. Wages, M. Rich, K ngen, J. Glenn, J. Hanks, K. Vaughn, M. McDonald, S. Martin, D Elmpson. ROW 2: L. Ludman, K. Rhodes, S. Teis, M. Faxon, P ess, B. Bell, J. Marks, S. Trenfield, L. Levine, H. Hall, M. Duncan Greene. ROW 3: A. Sawtelle, M. Hutcheson, B. Gwartney, L. Force Findley, J. Smithen, L. Muratet, V. Spear, J. Galloway, L. Barry, N ers, N. Hutchinson. ROW 4: L. Kygar, B. Ford, J. Rumbaugh, B erron, L. Hall, L. Scott, C. Liddy, C. Goodnight, M. Morris, L. Rad: Anguish, elation, and hope reflect in the faces of Pep Club members at the Central football game. 'Q' J. is 1 1 cliffe. ROW 5: G. Mauldin, R. Swindell, L. Green, K. Antry, D. Walk- inshaw, S. Petrie, L. Cobb, J. White, M. Cheek, D. Jackson. ROW 6 S. Rogers, M. Wilson, J. Elliott, M. McKinney, A. Hubbard, P. Tschap pat, S. Wasson, P. Dobey, S. Bowen, K. Hughes, G. Droke, B. Smith ROW 7: L. Stanley, J. Glenn, P. Marks, E. Wade, S. .Waldrop, K Renfro, P. Riley, A. Reinhard, C. Colvin, C. Pettigrove, K. Stallcup, J Owen. ROW 8: M. Baker, S. Russell, C. Hansel, P. Jahns, S. Kindschi S. Burdick, D. Wilson, L. Stock, M. Landford, B. Willey, C. Mclntosh M. Wetherill. ROW 9: C. E. Rogers, M. Morgan, T. Wilde, L. Angel opoulos, S. Hammond, L. Hannis, S. Morrow, B. Smith. 1 1 fo Pep Club carried out its traditions of heightening school spirit and showing enthusiasm for Edison's athletes. Spirit ribbons were sold weekly, and the Pep Club showcase was an ever-changing example of Pep Club's ingenuity. Squad skits and President Jeanette Stokes' poems encouraged attendance to Friday morn- ing meetings. Athletes participating in upcoming events were honored at these meetings. Decorating halls and the cafe- teria was iust another part of the pro- 1 nf '-A 1 motion of school spirit by Pep Club. Jeanette Stokes . Janet Morgan OFFICERS President Vice President Janice Brown ..... ............... S ecretary Korann Steward . . ................ Treasurer Mary Deisenroth ........ .... S chool Spirit Chairman Mrs. Judy Bruzinsky ............... Sponxor Mrs. Lindo Hefley Sponsor Meetings to yell for the boys . . pep rallies at the bus . . . winning Squad of the Month . Spirit is Pep Club. Pep Club I 43 , K A, Letterman's Club, SITTING ROW 1: Bruce Wilson, Fred Wienecke, Steve Coulter, Grant Hall. ROW 2: Randy Turner, Scott Beaty, Beau Jennings, Steve Ives, Steve Bennett, Rick Heidinger, Nicky Nash. STANDING ROW 'l: Coach Pierce, Phil Eller, Arlen Allison, Craig Lubin, Randy Graham, Gordon Wilder, Bob Nelson, Todd Kangas. ROW 2: John Forrest, Steve Goldberg, Ray Payne, Tommy Hull, Rod 'VK R ll 41. 4.4 1 -Lt: we ,.,,..e.,,s L ----m- .,,,, ,C ,,,, N, 511. ana im Q Zin, . ,. ' I ' 'VPN r1,,fif'T Y' 4 7,5 .r K ,-my ,, a g.MV4l,- 4 . ,gg , U, ,. .IW if . s - u 4-. Roberts, Andy Seigle, Bill Miller, Danny Stevens, Curtis Wade, David Williamson, Tom Widmar, Stan Smith, Brian Shricker, Jerry Bob Lee. ROW 3: Rusty Smith, Bob Attaway, Gordon Leaman, Tom Pratt, Marc Cates, Jeff Kowalski, Steve Sibole, Dick Ansteth. ROW 4: Bill Burns, Earl Peeples, Marc Van Hoose, Dennis Vincent, Jeff Fanning, Jim Ritter, Steve Buckingham, Randy Hensley. an-mx A 9.-as, Concerned for their fellow lettermen, Fred Wiene-cke, Jimmy Ritter, and Bob Nelson follow the Central game. 44 O l.etterman's Club -1-Q.. ' -1... . l,,,, "-1u ,, 'U The trophies Rick Heidinger :JJ Stephanie Eley Lettermen's Club Sweetheart is arranging show the lettermen's success Sharing the pride of accomplishment . . . Comradeship through sportsmanship . . . A View of Lettermen's Club. Outstanding athletes in all of the nine varsity sports were recognized by mem- bership in Letterman's Club. From these boys who had already excelled, the club elected an Athlete of the Month for each month in the school year. The club also elected their sweetheart, Stephanie Eley. The boys sold popcorn to raise money, and collected toys for the Toys for Tots program. Throughout the year, banquets were held honoring lettermen. OFFICERS Fred Wienecke .. .......... .... .....,. P r esident Grunt Hall .... ......... ..... V i ce President Bruce Wilson ....... Secretory Steve Coulter ........, Treasurer Tom Pratt ...... . Senior Director Curtis Wade Junior Director Conch Hugh ......... Sponsor Lettermen's Club 0 45 sp- ""2f"' Q- sul.:-" "4r,6"""M" ll' 'L-uv-"' if' f S df gl, 'R wwwvuqw' ills WM at JW vw .. .i ' A Swimetres, ROW l: Donna Grubb, Katy Martin, Debbie Combs, Trudy Stevens, Holly Henderson, Cheryl Clarke. ROW 2: Lore Blackstock, Babette,Becher, Kathy Hughes, Susan Savage, Joanne Marks, Gaye Droke, Barbara Mylar, Abby Rein- hard, Betsy Rorschach, Sylvia Russell, Susan Whitaker, Carol Bryant, Susan Bowen, Practicing ballet legs . costumes . . ruined hair . . music . . . sixth hour gym. Swimettes composed of thirty-one members studied and performed ad- vanced swimming techniques. Through sixth hour and after school practices they readied themselves for their annual show, this year entitled Alice in Waterland. Under their sponsor, Miss Pat Houston, the girls mastered the concentration need- ed to display difficult movements. 46 0 Swimettes ss i , ,,, a 'M . , . V Q f'--,,i, Q ep ",- W, d ' i, ,,,i g ut ,xr ,,... my SM I Pam Bradshaw, Maureen Clements. ROW 3: Marilyn Wiehe, Sherry Hocking, Penny Marks, Lane Stanley, Jerri Glenn, Jeanie Bartlett, Tammi Rosenthal. SPONSOR: Miss Pat Houston. During daily workouts Swimettes practice a star formation. ,.... 'C' 'Shia K, Wk.. H 1- Q ,mx 'mpting to achieve perfection, Trudy Stevens practices her ballet leg. WW M51 .wwe-41 vmsuff k':"'1--., w., e the girls warm up, Miss Houston does the necessary bookwork. Q ff 'KI N, , 419 fb!! , ,. 'r 5 w Practice laps prepare Swimettes for difficult stunts 'fy 'fig .M , M , , m Evra' h .. , Q ra, .N icy 2' W: Fug!! ' 1 I t V I Q L My Swlmettes 0 47 ,-s.Y:""',-.4 M, X X V -H , a. J -f ew - he t xr sr t ,. ,fm .V. In ,FT Z . W W 'mb nk,, Quik My I dl fi. 'Liss 11. l 5 ll . NHT Q1 Stagecraft, ROW 1: Philip Kurtz, Chuck Selman, Sam Osher, Greg Swyden, Becky Farmer, Adrienne Jones, Glenda Findley, Beverly Baker, Diane Lukken, Linda Cobb, Debby Gorsuch, Terry Zambon, Susie Henderson. ROW 2: Rusty Hampton, Barry Henderson, Larry James, Mike Estus, Steve Meyer, Steve Gimlin, Laura Springer, Jan Black, Sharon Bell, Suzy Young, Barbara Winford, Rick Bills, Bob Audio-Visual, ROW l: Mr. David Crowell, Diane Wilson, Susie Hen- derson, Gregg Walton, Dwain Walk- er, John Sublett. ROW 2: John Byrne, Alan Kovach, Greg Ruhr, Glenn Stroud, Mike McMahon, Burt Mc- 48 0 Stagecraft, Audio:Visual Curley. ROW 3: Rick Cargill, Phil Silvey, Robert Symanski, John Mitch- ell, Bob Groves, Rex Benway. ROW 4: Jim Hammond, Bruce Hutto, Mike Slankard, Mike Moore, Martin Bell, John Vance. Drew, T. A. Hollis, Richard Robohm, Greg Wilhoit, Steve Jahnes. ROW 3: Stanle' Harris, John Mitchell, Brian Jackson, Pat Potter, Jim Hammond, Jeff,Digges, Glenn Stroud, Stephen Krohn, Jay McCormick, Larry Smith, Richard Munn, Bill Pitts, Dal Danner, David Morris. SPONSOR: Mr. Ken Goodman. Mr. Goodman and Steve Krohn know precise timing is a must for an asseml Burket applies stage make-up to Mike Robertson opening nighf. ians, ROW i: Mr. Goodman, Mike Robertson, Linda Wise, Suzy Young s Gimlin, Debbie Combs, Miss Parbara Burket, Mr. David Crowell. ROW 2 rd Robohm, Pamela Wilson, Jan Black, Jane Ann Moore, John Mitchell k Selman, Philip Kurtz, Bev Baker, Beverly Wise. ROW 3: Patti Hyden, Pat Laclner, Adrienne Jones, Susie Henderson, Sharon Bell, Nancy Cohen The pounding of hammers . . . Smell of grease paint . . Rise of the Curtain . . . Com municating through drama. Stagecraft students received technical instruction from Mr. Kennan Goodman, new member of the Edison faculty. The crew, -led by Stage Manager, Jim Ham- mond, was responsible for building scenery as well as operating lights and curtains. Mr. Goodman also directed the sophomore play. Mr. David Crowell be- came coordinator of Instructional Media, the first course of its kind in the state. Thespian Troupe i4 began its second decade in the advancement of the per- forming arts led by president Mike Robertson and sponsored by Miss Bar- bara Burket. Displaying their talents not only in assemblies but for civic groups as well, Thespians projected many pictures of Edison through drama. OFFICERS Mike Robertson . ,.... .,... ..... P r esiclent Lindo Wise .,. .. Vice President Suzy Young ..., ,.,.,. S ecretcry Curtis Gimlin ...., Treasurer Debbie Combs ....... ,... Scribe Miss Barbara Burket .. . Sponsor , Candy Pettigrove, Steve Rathmann, Marilyn Trask, Randy Wills. ROW 4: Karen Richards, Toni DeFalco, Lucy O'Bert, Katy Martin, Tom Munson, Sally Martin, Gale Sanford, Susan Peters, Chris Arbuckle, Chuck Keene. ROW 5: Fred Davis, Mary Samuelson, Laurie McCants, Faren Akins, T. Maxwell Henshaw, Meredith Felts, Brion Felts. Thespians 0 49 Signing the Pledge . . . citizen . . . Instilling lifetime honesty. The goal of the Honor Commission is to further the ideals of personal integrity and good citizenship both in and out of school. A Iollipop sale was held as the first activity in the fall. Members also ushered at Back-to-School night. The an- nual Honor Commission assemb'y, held in January, introduced the members of the organization to the seventh graders, who were invited to begin participating in the honor system the second semester. The group tried to encourage the student body to uphold Edison's goal of accept- ing the responsibilities ot good citizen- Becoming a better l e i ship. OFFICERS Jacky Cariker Kay Burroughs ,..... ... Cynthia Swindell ... Kip Leikam ........, Mrs. RoseElla Misch ... . . President ice President . . Secretary . . Treasurer Sponsor "ewan Honor Commission member Kathy Newman sells lollipops to raise money for the club's treasury. Honor Commission, ROW l- Shelley Slagle Kath Newman, . , Y Elizabeth Hoppes, Jacky Cariker, Cynthia Swindell, Kip Leikam Jane Mauldin, Gary Kowalski, Karen Hidy, Mark Teeter, Robyn Saubert, Russell Hawkins, Donn Wisdom, Craig Phillips. SPON- l Kay Burroughs, Robert Fox, Joyce Stewart, Margaret Fries SOR: Mrs, RoseElla Misch. Terri Perin, Rhonda Fabes. ROW 2: Bruce Kramer, Allen Grubb, 50 0 Honor Commission i I E Francis, Paul Baker, Steve Singer, Gary Tennis, Lori Miller, Gary Collins, Jennifer Wise, Marc Mandell, Eileen Riggs, Melanie Beason, Susan Kraft, Stacey Myers, Darla Beaty, Jan Martin, Kip Leikam, Jan Edens, Stewart Katz, Mr. Walter Gerard. ROW 4: Anne McMahon, Mark Kobdish, Beth Mandell, Paula Rodgers, Jan lhrig, David Scurlock, Pat Ray, Donn Wisdom, Mary Tobert, Russell Hawkins, Cynthia Swindell, Robyn Saubert, Mark Teter, Tina Humphries, Kathy Grayson, Joyce Stewart, Nancy Masters, Kathy Zarrow, Karen Taylor, Genie Griffin, Karen Hidy, Marta White, Peggy Griffith. Hours of dedication . Acquiring leadership ability . . . The students' governing body. Homerooms were organized to pro- mote unity and school spirit in the Junior High Student Council. Under the direc- tion of sponsors Mr. Walter Gerard and Mr. Richard Burch and president Kip Lei- kam, the council maintained its objectives of leadenship, citizenship, and scholar- ship. Many of the yearly activities were continued, including the publication of the "Edison Calling," the Brotherhood Breakfast, and Teacher Appreciation Day. Fund raising projects consisted of a bake sale and two movies, I Saw What You Did and Let's Kill Uncle. Activities were cul- minated with the final breakfast and the installation of officers for the coming year. Kip Leikam .... Stewart Katz Kathy Newman , Jon Edens Tim Davis ....... Jacky Ccriker .,,., Mr. Walter Gerard Mr. Richard Burch ... .. , President Vice President Recording Sec. Corresponding Sec. .. .. Treasurer ., Parliamentarian ,. . .. . Sponsor ,. ,, Sponsor Junior High Student Council 51 Drama Club, SITTING: Robbie Lengacher, Chuck Traylor, Kathy Grayson, Kim Glazer, Janie Coe, Cindy Putnam, Joan Bevis, Barbara Richards. ROW I: Mrs. Mitchell, Randy Schreier, Doug Hartson, Robin Klar, Cindy Logsdon, Marie Gabriel, Dara Andress, Sally McGoffin, Bill Heller, Andrew Jatras, Steve Kirk- patrick, Debbie Waldo, Stephanie Seamon, Debby Perlich, Cathy Caldwell, Sara Ross, Jan Steward, Janet Sweeney, Laura Wade, Patricia Karey, Mrs. Duncan. ROW 2: Steve Maley, Ruth Kleinecke, Hannah Davis, Kathy Newman, Tina Rauch, Karena Hardt, Cynnie Master, David Norvell, Diane Hart, Elaine Nilles, Butterflies before an assembly . . . Becoming a whizz in math . . . Drama and Math Clubs. To promote talent and public speaking the Junior High organized a drama club. The members did pantomime skits, inter- pretive readings and hosted many promi- nent speakers. The maior project of the year was a Junior High radio station, KVOE broadcast over the intercom. Members of Edison Junior High Math Club were provided with the opportunity to learn more about quantity, forms and arrangement of numbers. They hosted a speaker who spoke on careers in math. The club visited the Computer section of the Vocational Technical Center and displayed proiects in showcases around the school. FFICERS Drama Club O Math Club Robbie Lengacher ........ President ,,,,,,,.,, Craig Phillips Chuck Traylor .... .... , .Vice President ..,.. Mike Van Schoyck Kathy Grayson . .....Secretary........,... Harry Rauch Janie Coe ...... . r - . -Treasurer . . . ..... Harry Rauch Mrs. Mitchell . .. ...... Sponsor, ..... Mrs. Smith Mrs. Duncan . Spcnmr Kerry Hauger, Jody Furnas, Kathi Stafford, Judy Tharel, Kevin Morris, Nathan Bardgett, Alan Reynolds, Eileen Jahn. ROW 3: Sharlene Todd, Nancy Sidun, Becky Spann, Cathy Whisenhunt, Nancy Prohaska, Carolyn Meyers, Steve Shell, Stacey Meyer, Elise Dunitz, Cindy Swindell, Joyce Stewart, Steve Gray, Jeff McCants, Marc Duncan. ROW 4: Mark Kobdish, Kurt Francy, Marc Mandell, Georgiana Schott, Patti Johnson, Tina Humphries, Tom Sidun, Barton Torbert, Ricky Rhine, Ronnie Graham, Mike Craig, Bill Rich, Denise Boone, Kenny Koch, Dayne Herndon. Math Club, SITTING: Harry Rauch, Craig Phillips, Mike Van Schoyck. ROW I: Dean Ne-ss, Rob Conw Linda Henson, Tom Kirkpatrick, Chris James. ROW 2: Mrs. Smith, Rick Harber, Cathy Hettinger, Jo Pitche Diane Gleason. 52 0 Drama and Math Clubs uillas, SITTING: Patti Johnson, Jane Mauldin, Colleen Lucy, Kathy wman. ROW I: Nancy Hatcher, Pam Spellman, Dorothy Helscel, Pam tcher, Mary Huisak, Frances Landrum, Cynthia Swindell, Kathy Grayson, an Kirkpatrick, Debbie Brower, Mona Foster, Murla Bender, Anne adley, Nancy Eisen, Pat Tessier, Nancy Morgan, Mary Stallard, Robbi mseur, Peggy Roberts. ROW 2: Nancy Masters, Yvonne Bowden, Sandi wapman, Kathy Townsend, Carrie Osborn, Nancy Baehler, Stacy Francis, thy McGraw, Sheryl Hofener, Barbara Slaughter, Glenda Davis, Kris rwery, Kathy Gray, Janie Coe, Cindy Putnam, Judy Black, Deanne iii J , ' ,:,, . il it 3..-2522 1 .. . 2 ,f - , -"--.fee.:ffzr:, eggs. -' .- ' .1 ,,,.,t. . ss N i s cking up slips is one of the many duties of Aquilla Anne Bradley. Adkisson, Claire Avery, Gay Coker. ROW 3: Beverly Brown, Marilyn Green, Cathy Wood, Betsy Butcher, Ruth Todd, Joyce Stewart, Vicki Christesson, Pam Evans, Carolyn Meyers, Kathy Zarrow, Debbie Wilkerson, Mindy Anderson, Debby Jackson, Sharon Bohning. ROW 4: Mary Jo Baker, Judy Hoffman, Kay Burroughs, Lynea Phillips, Debbie Wheeler, Joyce Murrell, Karen Sipes, Joan Cathey, Karen Hidy, Stacey Meyer, Karen Garrett, Kathryn Chenoweth, Deborah Dunham, Mary Torbert, Jo Ellen Bevis, Georgiana Schott, Sandy Starr, Cathy Nelson, Anne Wagner, Pam Cash, Tina Humphries, Sharon Hembree. Ushering for PTA . Tutoring fellow students . . . Serving the school as an Aquilla. To be chosen as a member of the Aquillas is an honor for ninth grade girls. The girls in the club began their activi- ties with an Aquilla-Leader Corps versus Women's Faculty volleyball game. They raised money to buy benches and par- ticipated in the Toys for Tots program. A reception was held for new Aquillas and their mothers in the spring. OFFICERS Kathy Newman . .....,,... .. . President Patti Johnson . Vice-President .lone Mauldin .. Secretory Colleen lucy . .. ... Treasurer Mrs. Zoe White Sponsor Aquillas 0 53 ...GG E6 4, M' ,, f-M' i -- Junior High Red Cross, KNEELING: Leslie Hilst, Craig Phillips, Steve Antry Matt Davis, Annette Rogers, Peggy Roberts, Margaret Smith, Rob Conway Kathy Townsend, Anne Bradley, Rhonda Fabes, Barbara Hunsicker. ROW l Jerry Malone, Matt Cates, Mike McMahon, Robert Fields, Cathy Luckowitch Keith Sackett, Kathy Stafford, Mark Petree, Valerie Roesler, Jody Greenwood, Diane Thompson, Cindy Larson, Cathy Snitz, Betsy Bradley, Maureen Story After much planning, the Red Cross officers enioy their breakfast. X if U33 41320 One of Margaret Smith's duties as Red Cross representative is to read reports from meetings to her homeroom class. 54 0 Red Cross LIU wif Sheralee Piland, Kathy Seigel, David Alaback. ROW 2: Carolyn Meyers, Paula Salamy, Malcolm Craig, Barton Torbert, Maryann Alaback, Denise Hilst, Vickie Neck, Ellen James, Jill Nelson. ROW 3: Catherine Chenoweth, Sheryl Hofener, Alan Nichols, Patty Dick, Pam Patton, Kerry Hauger, Darcy Reynolds, Terry Belt, Danny Nelson, Cindy Masters, Kathy Whisenhunt, Georgiana Schott. -MAMERIC iior High Red Cross, KNEELING: Kenny Snitz, Steve Parker, Mike McMahon, , Clark, Stuart Kopp, Alan Tower. ROW lz Marian Frost, Margaret Whitt, eryl Burdick, Kathy Walker, Debbie Miller, Jane Byars, Jolene Galloway, ferly Baker, Andrea Hubbard, Linda Cobb, Kay Waldo, Pat Riley, Debbie onfeld, Holly Henderson. ROW 2: Kay Young, Tricia Wallace, Barbie Ford, 5.47 ,X V wx . fyxf, Eif. wishing well attracted many participants ing the Enrollment Drive. ,Wg i. . . T .Alf 1' 1 J . ,,c, 3: . W . R ,cc,,,,c,,,, , f , . , 4 . ' ' ....,s.,.-.u,,egwg.,' ..,,.,......., le , V I if . , tif' i 4 , as I 2, it C'E"o SS Becky Conway, Linda Shaffer, Beverly Harlow, Ann Alexander, Janet Southmayd, Diane Hanson, Judy White, Martha Smith. ROW 3, Gwen Dopp, Phyllis Tschappat, Margaret Duncan, Beverly Wise, Jeanne Wheatley, Linda Kygar, Annette Fitz- simmons. Enrollment Drive . . Filling stockings for Christmas . . . Red Cross is helping others. The Enrollment Drive was the fall proi- ect for both the senior and iunior high Red Cross organizations. The senior high drive included a donut sale, art sale, wishing well, breakfast, and a candid picture booth. Throughout the year they contributed to Highlines, the Red Cross magazine. The iunior high Red Cross filled Christmas stockings and made scrapbooks for nursing homes. The Brick House received radios and blankets from the group. Through philanthropic proiects. Red Cross taught students to help others. OFFICERS Junior High Senior High Peggy Roberts ............ President ..,.. ,... K ay Young Kathy Townsend . ..... .Vice President .......... Les Clark Anne Bradley ..,..... Secretary .......,,. Stuart Kopp Matt Davis ..........,... Treasurer .,........ Stuart Kopp Mrs. Celestia Williams ,,.. Sponsor ..... Mrs. Carolyn Hill Red Cross 0 55 Members listen to Bob Attaway's important message concerning distribution of budget tickets. Senior High Advertising Board, ROW I: Pam Johnson, Patty Millerick, Marc Van Hoose, Curtis Gimlin, Bob Attaway, Sandra Hall, Joan Crager ROW 2: Renee Brashear, Martha Baker, Mary Gowans, Brenda Smith, Janet DeMint, Jan Green, Leslie Ray, Kay Kee, Tammy Smith. ROW 3: Mike Hargis, Claire Carson, Debbie Roberts, Paula Barr, Alice Blood, Leslie Broach, Joanie Hanks, Marcy Moskowitz, Ann Hiltz, Ken Harwood. Making sure his records are correct, Gus Farrar has Tom ,Williams sign for his pictures, 56 0 Advertising Board An interesting article in the School Life is shared by David Floyd and member Carol Bryant. Junior High Advertising Board, ROW l: Jean Lukowitch, Pam Evans, Sandy Coe, Peggy Thomas, Candy Edmonds, Genie Griffin, Kathy Grayson. ROW 2: Diane Hart, Sharon Hembree, Gay Ronck, Patricia White, Mary Robohm, Kipa Smith, Susan Kraft, Joy Donovan, Lynette Vale, Karen Hidy. ROW 3: Lara Teeter, Pat Plumb, Dean DeMerritt, Don Hoopert, Mark Williams, David Sherran, David DeShane, Jim Byers, Oak Deisenroth, Steven Nichols, Tony Wright. Publicizing school events . . . Delivering student pictures . . . Images of a working organization. Circulating information concerning school functions was one of the varied activities of the Advertising Board. The board sold budget tickets beginning the second week of school. They aided the Publications Department by collecting money for students' individual pictures and by distributing School Life. Encour- aged by a successful sale last year, the board repeated the production of the Edi- son Activity Calendar. Senior High Bob Attaway ... Curtis Gimlin .. Joan Crager oan Cra er OFFICERS PresidentM H---llice President ....... ., .. . . .Secretaryu .... , Treasurer . J Q Sandra Hall .... . .,.. Pro. Chm. .. Mr. Richard Cox Sponsor... Junior High .. Genie Grilfin Candy Edmonds . Kathy Grayson . Kathy Grayson .. Lara Teeter Mr. Richard Cox Advertising Board 0 57 .KW if , 25 F9 1' 55 1 +V. 4 , , . 1 4 v ., , Q e i gf 5 ff' 4 44 Q '. ' .1 - f , A 1 . 11-, 944 A :M !+f:'V6" ,g. . A, S54.4.Vi?'1 s "Q . .wmv W. .1 . , ,, v. N ,l . Pkwy Y I blf y 21 iw .iw an M? K lr 42" me E, 'A' 'x 4 Q, 'sf .41 ix . Q I ky , A,fg f il - E 3 Q . , q . . if if ' iq? 3 I 1 g, an . I , f ,A , ' k H Q I M W7 ,i 5 1 K. ,V H 4 K! I N, , i HW, M Fi? - W P' My I .M ,, , Q, , ' ff 'im 'W 'Y' A , 'M , w . ' ,. :A , 'WJ is M4 1 .x M kr Y, X' A: ' 41' ' M' f If, "4-4zn?Y5q"m"':'31 'KP' N Nl' . ,.v- lv M I Q- y . 5, ,, fw Q- 5,4 w, , M vV,i,,fv, k M .k, ff - r vi, .1 .J Q . Q. V 'QM al V x J.: ' 1 ,ef w ' :Q AY A ,4 f,,xww3., Y ' 1 ,. Q. 's Q f - f .. , P2-,rf -43' 1 . ' ' .zway , K, --V. --77A,',i , W.,-,mf , ,f., , Q , , V A- ' V. X ' . ' gsm-N if 1 .. ,, fvf , , s 'X Q - fi ' Q f v wg .' 'X M ' V Hi ,UWA ,f f , T ., - 5, V, -.1 .,f,, 4-. ,, . -1 , - . . WA. ..,. f mf ' , R 'Q ' 4 K ,- 'ww' , l:f"' f 9,42 - f 4 A :M Af , ,,- NKIL' 'A X H 4. Crcissants for breakfast . . . speaking in French only . French songs . French Club Learning French customs and becom- ing acquainted with foreign culture were obiectives of the senior and iunior high French Clubs. The senior high club met on Monday afternoons in meetings con- clucted entirely in French. Slides of France were shown, and songs were taught. A Parisian breakfast was held before school at Lauri Force's home. A kickoff picnic at LaFortune Park was the first project for the iunior high French Club. They had a French breakfast, Christ- mas party, and dinner along with monthly meetings. To close the year, they had a swimming party. A Amy Clark ..... Lindsay Patterson Treasurer Elise Dunitz reports the financial statement of the Junior High club at their Christmas meeting. Amy Clark ...... .... , .. . . . .Social Chmn. Miss Ann Moody . . . . Mrs. Jon Winzinger . . .. FFICERS Senior High O Junior High Carol Lewis ............. President ...,........ Pat Tessier Mary Pat Ladner ....... Vice President ....... Mary Stallard .. Secretary .......... Marta White . .Treasurer.. Elise Dunitz .. ..... Kim Clements ...Sponsor . .. Mrs. Dina Tenlythoff .. Sponsor ' .-if , -3' .4 i X I French Club officers and sponsor Miss Moody meet to plan activities forthe next week's meeting. , French Club 0 59 l Trials . . Pleading cases . Discovering artifacts . . . Law Club and Archeology Club. To learn the rules and principles of common law, the Law Club visited the TU Law School. A trip was also made to the computer and law departments of Hillcrest Medical Center. The club held a seminar on traffic safety. To climax the year a banquet was held in the spring. With emphasis on old relics, the Arche- ology Club started the year's activities by attending the State Archeology meet- ing at Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base. During Thanksgiving vacation they dug at a site in Arkansas and later in the year visited the OU labs. Archeology Club OFFICERS Low Club David Yancey . . . . President.. .... Bill MeYeV Susan DeBock ........ Vice-President ...,...... Mike Haley Vicki Spears .....,....... Secretary .........,. Mark Manning Fransi Colpitt ....,..,.. Trgqgurgf ,........... . . Bill Snow Mr. Jesse Padgett ...Sponsor .. Mr. Frank J. Twist Archeology Club, ROW l: Brenda Speed, Linda Scott, David Yancey, Fransi Colpitt, Vicki Spears Speed. Law Club, ROW l: Mark Manning, Bill Snow, Melissa Shaw. ROW 2: Glenn Hawkins, Pete Meek, Bill Spurgin, Mike Haley, Lloyd Fadem, Bill Meyer, Bruce Fadem, Frank J. Twist. ROW 3: Warren Hultgren, Rod Roberts, Bill Miller, Steve Conard, Mike King. 60 0 Archeology and Law Clubs ping Martha Thomas with English, Nancy Hutchinson prepares for her teaching career. FTA member Margaret Duncan assists the faculty. wa., D7 SITTlNG: Betsy Rorschach, Jolene Galloway, Nancy Hutchinson, Susan Whitaker. ROW 1: Susan Ross, Murphy, Cathy West, Martha Lairmore, Jan Green, Pam Bradshaw, Linda Shaffer, Margaret Whitt. Hope for future generations . . . Planning a career . . . Children lovers . . this is FTA. To introduce new members to the club, FTA held a pizza party at the home of Pam Bradshaw. Foreign exchange stu- dents spoke about their home lives at a weekly meeting. The officers represent- ed the group at the OFTA Convention in Oklahoma City. The highlight of the year was a teaching proiect in elemen- tary and in Edison Junior High schools. OFFICERS Jolene Galloway . . . ........... ........ P resident Nancy Hutchinson . . . . ..... Vice President Susan Cohn .............. .... . . . Secretary Betsy Rorschoch ............. ...... T reasurer Miss Kay VanVcllcenburgh .... . .... Sponsor Future Teachers of America 0 61 3 Leading exercises . , Reading poetic r L Works . . . Taking points . . Criticism. Girls assumed the responsibility of leading gym classes 'and setting the pace. Leader Corps met twice a month to dis- cuss problems and techniques for assist- ing in class. The faculty-Leader Corps vol- leyball game supplied funds to buy a new balance beam. For the first time at Edison, an or- ganization was established for the ad- vancement of creative writing. Super- vised by English instructors Mrs. Mary McFarlin and Mrs. Carolyn Hill, the group met after school every second Thursday. Meetings were informal, with each author reading his own work before being sub- iected to open and constructive criticism. Creative Writers, ROW 'l: Becky Farmer, Fransi Colpitt, Kathy Lee. ROW 2: Mary Jackson, Martha Smit Debbi Turner, Laurie McCants, Carolyn Capehart. ROW 3: Marcy Clements, Debi Carter, Linda Ramsey, Collee Collins, Kay Waldo. ROW 4: Mrs. McFarlin, Charles Keene, Mrs. Hill. ROW 5: Chris Arbuckle, Jon Hel best, Paul Masson, Mike Murphy, David Floyd, Stu Howard. wg., Leader Corps, ROW l: Janet Lyon, Marta White, Kathy Grayson. ROW 2: Robbie Ramseur, Nancy Morgan, Pat Henry, Lynn Fogle, Jan Edl Debbie Spitzmiller, Mary Ann Alaback, Hannah Davis, Colleen Lucy. ROW 3: Mrs. Ruhman, Mrs. Barbee, Stephanie Jatras, Cindy Putnam, C. Stephenson, Cathy ldomir, Elizabeth Hoppes, Shauna Olinger, Marilyn Butler, Kathy Gray, Debbie Belcik, Joyce Stewart, Elise Dunitz, Ct Griffith, Miss Alford. ROW 4: Valerie Reed, Kathy Findley, Debbie Wilkerson, Robyn Saubert, Peggy Griffeth, Kay Burroughs, Karen Hidy, I Clements, Karen Garrett, Marsha Hayes, Nancy Baehler, Kathy Newman, Janie Coe. 62 0 Leader Corps, Creative Writers 4 L -..--fi A Gymnastics Club, ROW l: Debbie Roberts, Cindy Barber, Vicki Waldo, Janet Wood, Anne Marie Jaccard, Donna Nielson, Susan Sinclair, Sally Elmore, Donna New, Marilyn Hammond. ROW 2: Beverly Huff, Melanie Harwood, Terry Dunn, Debbie Lubin, Laura Radcliffe, Sherry Wasson, Stephanie Eley, Susan Swanson, Karann Steward, Theresa Burke, Kathy Rhodes, Laura Hall, Jo Anne Stanley. ROW 3: Carol Colvin, Chris Rogers, Hours of practice . Sore muscles . . Floor exercises To challenge the beginners there was tumbling, floor exercise, and dance. The more advanced students worked on the balance beam, uneven parallel bars and vaulting. All members worked toward the same goal of flexibility, balance, poise and grace. A garage sale held in January supplied funds to buy additional equip- ment. Gymnastics Club entertained the student body in an annual assembly and during halftime at a basketball game. na Clements spots Debbie Swan on a floor expose. K we . . . ,,.. ., , . gg Dee Dee Davidson, Sue Nash, Linda Muratet, Susan Small, Sally Schoonover. ROW 4: Lisa Lawrence, Maria Christantiello, Margy Withington, Trudy Stevens, Jeanna Clements, Mrs. Rogers, Trish Matetich, Mary Anne Williams, Debbie Swan, Janet Morgan, Jeanette Losey, Susan Teis, Linda Secrist. 2 Ballet-like perfection is reached as Stephanie Eley executes an Arabesque. Gymnastics 0 63 Comprehending new ideas . . . discussions I with various speak- I ers . . . a closer step to a useful career. I Weekly meetings were the heart of I Medical Club. Joint meetings were held with other high schools, a first for the club. In February they were invited to tour Hissom Memorial Center. The year was highlighted by a weekend trip to the Oklahoma University School of Med- I icine. International Relations Club provided I an intellectual environment for student discussions. Various speakers helped give I IRC members a better knowledge in their diverse subjects. Medical Club Tom Munson .. Doug Cox ...,... Ken Harwood Ken Harwood .... Mr. Bob Sanderson OFFICERS President , V. President .....Secretary. .... Treasurer . .. Sponsor.. IRC .. . Jim Carson Bill Monnet ,.. . ... Demi Rosenthal Judi Owen Mr. James Stullord International Relations Club, ROW I: Bill Monnet, Howard Geffen, Paul Munding, Jim Carson, Gayle Franklin, Judi Owen, Pat Riley, Bill Spurgin, Mr. Stafford. ROW 2: Gary Greene, Melissa Shaw, Debbie Hammond, Demi Rosenthal, David Edmark, Roger Manus. Medical Club, SITTING: Doug Cox, Tom Munson, Mr. Sanderson, Ken Harwood. Hall, Bob White, Ann Sawtelle, Alan Tower, Jim Byrne, Jim Rodgers, E ROW I: Marcy Faxon, Pat Jahns, Sue Kindschi, Linda Shaffer, Martha Lairmore, Spurgin, Betsy Hettinger, Richard Gilmore, Steve Rathmann, Susan Ross, Bri Jeanette Smithen, Marie Rebholz, Ann Dee Glazer, Kay Waldo. ROW 2: Mary Brouse. . ,- ., . .... -. . -' .nv 64 0 Medical Club, IRC ,rf My A-"""i'7 J -' ,fx lub, ROW 1: Robert Fields, Jacky Cariker, Kent Powers, Ross, Richard Ness, Craig Phillips, Jeff Middleton, Chuck ie Hilst, Donn Wisdom, Stewart Katz. ROW 2: Kevin Traylor. ROW 4: Randy Bates, Mark Graham, Bruce Dufrfe, Bob ien, Dan Perrin, Richard Waller, Steve Hofener, Ricky Parks. Sponsors: Mr. James Morrow and Mr. George Collins. Ls, Kip Leikam, Brett Ferneau. ROW 3: Gary Coover, Marc Meetings Thursday mornings . . . manning a lost and found . . . Freshmen assisting the school . . K-Club. Under the direction of the Utica Square Kiwanis Club, twenty-five members of K-Club worked with new school spon- sors, Mr. George Collins and Mr. James Morrow. K-Clubbers guided seventh grad- ers on the first day of school and as- sisted parents on back to school night. K-Club proiects included the K-Club pan- cake day, November 3. The K-Club ended the year by financing two outstanding iunior high musicians with private in- struction in their chosen fields. OFFICERS Randy Bates ..,.. .........., .,....,. F r esident Mark Graham .,,. .... V ice-President Bruce Duife ...,. . . Treasurer Bob Parks ....., . . Secretary Mr. George Collins ,... Sponsor Mr. James Morrow .. . Sponsor Jacky Cariker and Mark Graham stop Mr. Collins to discuss upcoming K-Club events 1 A-A-I-34:3-gdulgu Ng,,,, Latin Club, ROW 1: Mrs. Notley, Vivian Storer, Gordon Leaman, Steve Rathmann, Linda Muratet, Curtis Gin Carol Sweet, Robert Todd. ROW 2: Carol Lewis, Alaft Tower, Martha Lairmore, Richard Gilmore, Brian Swi ROW 3: Jeff Briggs, Forrest Craig, Bill Burns. A greater knowledge of Roman culture . . . The Roman Banquet . . . Latin Week. Both divisions of the Junior Classical League were active in statewide contests. The senior high competed in Oklahoma City in March. The iunior high brought authenticity to the Roman Banquet in December with Roman gladiator fights. This club was one of the few iunior high organizations to attend the state conven- tion in Norman. The senior high ended its activities with the annual Latin Week in April. Senior High Steve Rathmunn ....,.... Viviun Storer .. . .. .. Linda Murutet ... ... . , Gordon Leoman . 66 O Latin Club OFFICERS Nice President ........ President .......... .Secretory .... .. . .. Treasurer. ,. .. . Junior High Charles Horris Marilyn Butler Anne Wagner Tad Mindemon Junior High Latin Club, ROW T: Tad Mindeman, Gary Thompson, Thad Leonard, Mimi Williams, Bets Butcher, Tamara Logsdon, Marilyn Butler, Debbie Spitzmiller, Joyce Stewart, Cynthia Swindell, Barbar Richards. ROW 2: Leslie Hilst, David Wies, Carroll Peeples, Chris Covington, John Woncik, Charles Harrie Susi Harrill, Nancy Prohaska, Anne Wagner, Genie Griffin, Mary Jo Baker, Mrs. Henrietta Walker. iw 5-wife! 7' 173 K K 14: Y 1 '- J i ll anish Club, SITTING: Phyllis Tschappat, Sherry Wasson, Karen Thompson, my Marks, Margaret Whitt, Ginger Mauldin, Sylvia Ewing, Julie Walton, e Galloway, Katie Brocksmith. STANDING: Mrs. Sanchez, Gretchen Hallman Ekly Conway, Judy White, Paula Elliot, Phil Petta, Brian Brouse, JoAnn Marks Gary Smart, Sherry Trenfield, Don Beller, Liz Lawrence, Laurie Levine, Mary McDonald, Holly Henderson, Martha McGowan, Jane Ann Moore, Beth Sherron, , Diane Litson, Debbie Hammond, Vicki Spear, Mrs. Pottorf. 2 'isor Mrs. Sanchez corrects Barbara Gwartney and Jaret Whitt in their Spanish pronunciation. ...- 'nf- ow -,...,,. . Julie Walton Renee Brashecr . . . Jolene Galloway . . Katie Bracksmith .. Mrs. Rachel Sanchez Mrs. Mary Pottorf .... Visiting in Mexico . . La Fiesta Queen . . . Por un momento yo vi' a Edison. A two week visit to Mexico by Spanish Club members last year set plans in mo- tion tor a 1969 summer Trip. Films and speakers were part of the agendas that sparked Monday afternoon meetings. The Christmas season was celebrated with an authentic Spanish dinner. For the fourth consecutive year, La Fiesta was held, and the Spanish queen was chosen. OFFICERS . . . , ... President . . . Vice President .. . , . . Secretary . .. . Treasurer ... Sponsor .. . Sponsor Spanish Club 0 67 Marching Band I968-1969, FLUTE: Susan Peters, Brian Beaird, Taylor, Debbie Turner, Kathy Byrne, Shirley Amstutz, Kathy CLARINET: Mary Beine, Gary Greene, Karen Knott, Bobby Peter Hladky, Betsy Short, Debbie Wasson, Jan Fellers, Donna Jerry Schoeffler, Jane Thomas. BASS CLARINET: Dan Denham, Diana Byrd, Carole Berry, Kathy Wies. Born, Laurie Bush, Hayes, Jim Keithly, Walter Mell. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Sam Johnston, Glenn Jones, David Sharpe, Charlie Moore, Kendra Ryan, Pat Thompson, Rick Covington, Mike Wilson. TENOR SAX: Joe Spann, Carl McCutcheon, Don Adams, Glen Hortin. C MELODY SAX: Chris Wozencraft. BARITONE SAX: Bob Breck, Mark Littlefield, Bruce Huckett. TRUMPET: Lee Nation, Mike Farmer, Bob Jackson, Chuck Salter, Tom Smart, John Abshire, Mike Drake, Chris Shafer, Mike Turney, Gary Edwards, Bob Meinert, Jay Rolfe, Bob Tuell, Bob Williams, Steve Wright. TROMBONES: Don Smith, Robert Svoboda, 68 0 Instrumental Music Roger Speegle, Paul Hill, Hal Wood, Phil Booth, Mike Guard, Breck Kennon, Johr Maness. TUBA: Mike Cushing, Gary Semke, Kenny Mclntosh, Mike Slankard Dick Liner, Gary Lobaugh, Warren Landrum, Gary Nation. FRENCH HORN: Johr Middleton, Steve Beach, Tommy Crow. BARITONES: Paul Garetson, Gary Rug gles, Wayne Search, Richard Todd, Steve Hubbard, Gary Soulsby. DRUMS: Farer Akins, Rob Armstrong, Bob Flint, Gordon Macklin, Mike Collins, Dave Ross, Doug Steward, Robert Todd, Pat Marquette, Scott Musick, Robert Nash, Don Wellen dorf, Tim Benton, Chan Conway, Randy Fay, Robert Koch, Phil Seymour, Bryar Weems, Jim Wheeler. CYMBALS: Sharon Greenwood, Karen Gile. BELLS: Jane' Butler, Colleen Collins, Nancy Linde, Sylvia Ewing, Susan Hart, Ginny DeMerritt TWIRLERS: Mary Ann Green, Debbie Clark, Vivian Hale. MAJORS: Larry Archambo Mark Thomas. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ashley Alexander. -vf Aa Q ff 1. 'J :gif '. N u 1 A- 'S m M' T ,Q ix is if , i affmi I "Wi if .4 v. ,Q I. .. q 1 . Q 'fm A fi .Mm sf Mi, f, . K A hr -,. W, k wwf' .x . ..f Q-Q K c x ' - A x 0 K lf Y Wa "" ,,. 4" 0 xi 9 8 1 -V 4 Q, . , ,,ft mf 'L 'Lf em if-. gxi, A f :Ng .4 , ,V V-'lv xg! ,- a ' . Stage Band, ROW 'l: David Chatenever, Tuck Andress, Brion Felts, Pat Thompson, Cushing, Don Smith. ROW 3: Gordon Macklin, Mike Collins, Scott Musick, Rob Joe Spann, David Sharpe, Sam Johnston, Mark Thomas, Bob Breck. ROW 2: Armstrong, John Abshire, Mike Farmer, Lee Nation, Chris Shafer, Mike Drake. David Tanner, Gary Semke, Paul Hill, Larry Archambo, Wayne Search, Mike DIRECTOR: Mr. Ashley Alexander. Stageband members practice continually to create a unique sound. MV- AleXBfldeI' Offer' ioins the band in 3 PVHCHCC Session- - ., -.. ,,, i' S : Q' :ii 1, ., ,, K . , y , A t TC TT i 70 0 Instrumental Music Symphonic Band, ROW l: Susan Peters, Debbie Turner, Janet Butler, Ginny DeMerritt, Kathy Byrne, Cathy Wies, Carole Taylor, Shirley Amstutz, Vivian Hale. ROW 2: Bob Flint, Dan Denham, Sam Johnston, Gary Greene, David Sharpe, Joe Spann, Jan Fellers, Donna Hayes, Bobby Born, Jim Keithly, Jane Thomas, Betsy Short, Debbie Wasson, Laurie Bush, Jerry Schoeftler. ROW 3: Warren Landrum, Walter Mell, Karen Gile, Peter.Hladky, Deb- bie Clark, Hal Wood, Sylvia Ewing, Carl McCutcheon, Mark Thomas, Glenn Hortin, Bruce Huckett, Mark Littlefield, Charles Moore, Kendra Ryan, Pat Thompson, Steve Hubbard, Tom Crow, Steve Beach, John Middleton. ROW 4: Larry Archambo, Don Smith, Paul Hill, Roger Speegle, Phil Booth, Brick Kennon, Mike Guard, John Maness, David Soulsby, Wayne Search, Richard Todd, Gary Ruggles, Robert Tuell, Steve Wright, Jay Rolfe, Bob Wil- liams, Robert Meinert, Bob Jackson, Tom Smart, Pat Marquette, Mike Farmer, Mike Turney, John Abshire, Chris Shafer, Lee Na- tion, Mike Drake. ROW 5: David Ross, Faren Akins, Phil Sey- mour, Doug Steward, Rob Nash, Rob Armstrong, Mike Collins, Scott Musick, Tim Benton, Robert Todd, Randy 'Fay, Garry Nation, Mike Slankard, Ken Mclntosh, Mike Cushing, Gary Lo- baugh, Gary Semke, Gordon Macklin, Sharon Greenwood. ROW 6: Don Wellendorf, Bryan Weems, Susan Hart, Nancy Linde. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ashley Alexander. Concert Orchestra, ROW 1: Linda Ramsey, Kitty Spencer, Ann Hiltz, Sylvia Ewing, Pat Marquette, Nancy Linde. ROW 2: Chuck Salter, Linda Ruggles, Barbara Bell, Janet Butler, Tammy Smith, Donna Whited, Debbie Turner, Karen Gile, Brian Beaird, Colleen Collins. ROW 3: Helen Hall, Robert Tuell, Rick Covington, Kendra Ryan, Sam Johnston, David Sharpe, Joe Spann, Steve Hubbard, Tom Crow, Steve Beach, John Middleton, Mark Thomas, Hal Wood, Gordon Macklin. ROW 4: Mike Drake, Chris Shafer, Lee Nation, Paul Hill, Larry Archambo, Don Smith, Gary Semke, Jane Ann Byars, Robert Svoboda, Sharon Greenwood. ROW 5: Randy Weems, Patricia Greene, Faren Akins, Susan Hart, Mike Collins, Rob Armstrong, Scott Musick. DIRECTOR: Mr. Ashley Alexander. Instrumental Music 0 7l Tiring practice sessions . . . attaining choral excellence. Musical achievement c o n ti n u e d throughout the vocal music department. The Concert Chorus, directed by Mr. Laven Sowell, performed for many civic groups in addition to their own au- tumn and spring concerts. They also per- formed at the State Music Teachers' con- vention, and iourneyed to Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Stillwater to sing. Members from the Girls' Glee Club and Mixed Chorus participated in the city-wide Christmas production of the Messiah. All vocal groups combined to create a rous- ing and successful spring concert. The Junior High Girls' Glee Club and Chorus, led by Mrs. Marjorie Ashcraft, worked throughout the year, climaxing their efforts by a performance with the Boys' Glee Club in the annual spring presentation. 72 O Vocal Music l K K y gnu' Wu ., 1 l Concert Chorus, ROW 1: Beverly Wise, Linda Wise, Mr. Sowell, Peggy Hoffman. ROW 2: Kathie Mun- gen, Bob Attaway, Meredith Felts, Cathy West, Marc Van Hoose, Stuart Kopp, Bob Johnson, Birch Blackstock, Karen Newberry, Steve Coulter, Elaine Blank, Tom Rodman, Debi Ervin. ROW 3: Betty Aubrey, Mary Murta, Laura Lanphere, Becky Farmer, - 1, H. . . .a , it BX Mary Samuelson, Pam Bradshaw, Diane Wilson, Phil Stafford, Kay Kee, Linc Shepard. ROW 4: Harry Brighton, Les Clark, Seth Tidwell, Kurt Barron, Adele Baumann, Bruce Ross, Kathy Griffith, Clark Parrish, Margaret Duncan, Ken Harwood, Brenda Speed. DIRECTOR: Mr. Laven Sowell. Leading the Concert Chorus requires teamwork on the part of Mr. Sowell and accompanist Debi Ervin. E White, Debbie Combs, Emerette Pierce, Penny Marks, Peggy Tessier, Jean Bartlett, Martha Smith, Janet Southmayd, Debra Sloan. ROW 5' Diane Frost, Holly Yarton, Nancy Keller, Janey Wilson, Shelley Pickens, Mary Cheek, Anette Turner, Debbie Wilson, Marsha Morris, Susan Morgan, Claudia Avery, Brookie Like, Kim Liebendorfer. PIANIST: Mary Harrison. DIRECTOR: Mr. Laven Sowell. for High Mixed Chorus ROW 'l Patricia Greene Phyllis Murray Linda Mc- Carlisle, Susan Fields, Sally Miller. ROW 4: Marian Frost, Ann Sawtelle, Kathy sh Jane Byars Jody Sloan Phil Bayouth Linc Shepherd Bobby Bailey, Hughes, Julie Kennon, Carol Hunter, Austin Boyd, Rick Sturner, Rick Gaines, ny Anctil Stephen Rose Martin Anderson David Edmark Marcia White, Dennis Steed, Geary Newton, Vicki Hudson, Sharon Johnson, Jeanne Turley, lette Swyden Katy Martin Linda Taylor ROW 2 Bev Fltts Bonnie Brady, Kathy Lee, Susan Newberry, Francis Stevens. ROW 5: Peggy Maness, Jan Briggs, ie McCants Ken Schmidt Scott Disney Mac Ramseur Alan Cahen Terry Diane Lukken, Mimi West, Linda Kellenberger, Ann Dee Glazer, Jerry Bement, t Gordon McCraw Doug Saubert Sam Daniel Linda Shaffer Pam Easley, Mike Baker, Frank Rhoades, Greg Griffith, Buz Walters, Walter Eskridge, Bill y Carlson ROW 3 Cheryl Moore Candy Pettigrove Kitty Spencer Julie Phillips, Brent Mansur, Kathy Antry, Carol Hansel, Mary Harrison, Carolyn 'nble Susan Taylor John Keown Hap Parrish Steve Parker Steve Hickerson, Capehart, Susan Ross, Linda Clayburn, Karen Kenney. PIANIST: Sue Kindschi. k Ellis Dick Attaway Tommy Williams Bill Wslbanks Adrienne Jones Dana DIRECTOR: Mr. Laven Sowell. Senior High Vocal Music 0 73 Tonal quality and musical expression are achieved in vocal music through the direction of Mrs. Ashcraft. Junior High Girls' Ensemble, ROW 'lz Debbie bel, Debby Perlich. ROW 3: Becky Spann, Sawtelle, Pat Henry, Valorie KOPPI Mary Beth Franklin, Kim Clements, Peggy Griffith, Stallard. ROW 2: Karen Taylor, Carol Grif- Jamie Semke. fith, Genie Griffin, Tricia Atkins, Betsy Tar- l Junior High Girls' Chorus, ROW 1: Kay Bequette, Connie Fewell, Wanda Taylor, Renee Highfill, Candy Edmonds, Loni Stalcup, Sharon O'Meilia, Terrie Smith, Melissa Kallay, Wendy Walters, Megan Leonard, Judy Butcher, Sue Vander Meulen, Dara Andress, Kay Burn, Sheryl White, Madeline Ross, Cindy Polson, Candy Adamson, Marilyn lnhofe, Julie Watt, Lisa Beeson, Maureen Story, Connie Rausch. ROW 2: Cynthia Hilst, Lisa Johnson, Patricia Karey, Karen LoVellette, Barbara See, Rebekah Powers, Linda Cyrus, Debbie Davis, Lori Benway, Pam Vesley, Julie Webb, Ellen James, Lisa Leikam, Sherri Patton, Terryll Addison, Debbie Devasher, Cindy Abbey, Jilda Unruh, Julie Brouster, Lindsay Bates, Randi Williamson, Marie Gabriel, Judy McClendon. ROW 3: Patricia White, Lorna Nunneley, Betsy Reed, Cindy Claiborne, Candy Johnson, Nancy Stock, Carol Findley, Robin Williams, Mimi Wixson, Lori Hanna, Jody Furnas, Roxana 74 0 Junior High Vocal Music Weir, Beth Mandell, Trudy Shafer, Leslie Hocker, Marleah Deaton, Maria Brogdon Gay Ronck, Lori Weaver, Cyndy Willis, Susie Shoemaker, Paulette Meister, Lynn Wardlow, Debbie Waldo, Marsha Trowbridge, ROW 4: Lee Jones, Mary Turner Dina Aiken, Claudette Rogers, Rebecca Nichols, Jennifer Little, Linda Jennings Pam Tripp, Lisa Lucas, Vicky Neck, Tami Bradley, Teresa McCraw, Jeanni Enlow Tresa Weir, Valerie Force, Kathy Robertson, Erica Pitts, Janet Greer, Bonnie Bishop, Barbie Tomer, Kathy Hensley, Susan Grayson, Gena Card, Debbie Wise ROW 5: Lore Miller, Jody Greenwood, Brenda Dorris, Kathy Kerr, Debby Pitts Paula Rodgers, Jennifer Wise, Claudia Lukken, Jennie Tanner, Pam Lewis, Cathy Whisenhunt, Susan Sayles, Kathy Griffin, Linda Fanning, Jan lhrig, Melanii Beeson, Georgia Millikin, Mary Thompson, Sherry Rutter, Paula Warne, Eileei Riggs, Vicki Ford, Sandy Mahoney, Janeen Chronic. or High Girls' Glee Club, ROW 'lz Cyndy Strickland, Sandy Ginger Watts, Kathy Schmidt, Katie Ayers, Glenda Davis, Georganna king, Pat Henry, Vicki Saab, Annette Rogers, Suzi Clark, Debbie Felts, Shelly Slagle, Kathy Zarrow, Robyn Saubert, Janie Semke, telle, Valorie Kopp, Denny Gilmore, Sandy Arndt, Barbara Karen Thompson, Valerie Edwards, Debbie Ashe, Peggy Griffith. g, Debby Andress, Rebecca Messmer, Mary Stallard, Jennifer ROW 4: Kim Clements, Susan McKeague, Becky Spann, Patty Cheat- Ees, Ann Jewell. ROW 2: Hannah Davis, Chris Spencer, Regina ham, Betsy Thompson, Karen Taylor, Beth Franklin, Lynn Fogle, y, Diane Groth, Diane Dickson, Debbie Goines, Carol Dillman, Barbara Richards, Linda Hall, Lisa Greenstreet, Cherylon Watt, Elaine gy Thomas, Debby Perlich, Anne Morley, Donna Losey, Carol Nilles, Melinda Hickerson, Susi Harrill, Dina Kincaid, Debbie Wheeler. fith, Betsy Tarbel, Tricia Atkins, Kathy Findley, Karen Green. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Mariorie Ashcraft. 'V 3: JoAnn Klar, Susan Miller, Rebecca Deal, Genie Griffin, iior High Boys' Glee Club, ROW T: Jim Carlson, John Martin, Randy Bates, McUsic, Tim Hunt, Mark Lubin, George Glenn, Richard Connely, Billy Hargis, Regan 'mis Bernier, Larry Hocking, Randy Phillips, Brad Hunt, David Powell, Donn Hall, Allen Grubb, Ralph Thomas, Leslie Hilst. ROW 4: Gary Batten, Mike Bohning, sdom, Rieger Wood, Larry Jones, Bob Albertson, ROW 2: Cliff Cowan, Doug Bob Krohn, Mike Wilcox, Andy Townsend, Keith Thompson, Danny Howe, Bill 'tson, Jim Hunter, Mike Keating, Allen Robinson, Keith Kaiser, Burr Burgher, Ryan, Brett McCormick, Carl Simons, Randy West, Ronnie Howe, JOSl1 Thomas, ve Hofener, Greg Gotcher, Steve Shell, Larry Rogers, Paul Stone, David Wise. Tom Groves, Scott Pope, Randy Williams, Brett Ferneau, Bill Hubbell. DIRECTOR: W 3: Richard Symanski, Val Brighton, Phillip Brewer, Sheldon Terning, Mike Mr. Laven Sowell. 4 w f - ..-, I 'E C Junior High Vocal Music 0 75 l 'W Advanced Orchestra, ROW I: Patty Dick, Kathi Stafford, Linda Reid, Lynn Shepherd, Marsha Hayes, Wayne Conway. ROW 2: Harry Rauch, Janice Powell, Laura Wade, Suzanne Wade, Thomas Mesker, Royce Ellington, LaNeIle Svoboda, Linda Lobaugh, Steve Ellington, Bill VonDrehIe, Ryan Ellington. ROW 3: Mary Robohm, Debbie Allen, Nancy Plemons, Wayne Kennedy, Pam Roper, Randy Hostetler, David Pitcher, Patti Mauldin, Diane Thompson, Terry Ainsworth, Jane Scott, Michele Watkins, Jane Mauldin, Keith Sackett, Robin Collins, Marl Holt. ROW 4: Julie Richards, Tom Merrill, Cindy Logsdon, Janice Sweeny, Meg Dellinger, Barbara Kennedy, Dina Thompson, Robin Barnes, Rodney Smit Ronnie Wood, Jac Carlson, Matt Murphey, Gary Amstutz, Jo Pitcher, Har Rouse, Edward Tuell, Matt Davis, Mark Twyman, Gregory Moore. ROW 5: Diani Hart, Gary Olds, Mr. Winfrey, Mary Stallard. DIRECTOR: Mr. Richard Winfrey. Concert Band, ROW I: Sandi Stutsman, Kathy Lukowitch, Mary Ann Alabeck, Cyndi Simmons, Donna Ross, Shauna Olinger, Linda Rogers. ROW 2: Tad Mindeman, Caroll Peeples, Karen Garrett, Gary Linde, Vicki Bosley, David Hunt, David Wies, Condon Hughes, Bruce Kraemer, Bob Parks. ROW 3: Kent Powers, Terry Bresin, Tamara Logsdon, Russ Hawkins, Jean Lukowitch, Cindi Garmer, Tony Wright, Craig Little- field, Joe Burcham, Randy Blacet, Allan Peeples, Jim Weems. ROW 4: 76 O Instrumental Music Charlotte Wyrick, Cathie Snitz, Davis Redding, Charles McKee, Marilyn Green, Andy Murphy, Stewart Katz, David Bayles, Mark Money, Larry Born, Richard Ness, Rob Conway, Steve LoVeIIette, C. Mark Teter, Kenny Muratet, Steve Barnes, Craig Phillips, Mark Teter, Tom Hubert, Mike Kindschi. ROW 5: David Briggs, Tom Ingram, Chris Covington, Bill Cox, Mr. Winfrey, Kent Farish. DIRECTOR: Mr. Richard Winfrey. 'Q David Owen, Yolanda -ermediate Band, ROW 1: Karen Farish, Sharon Hallman, Tammy Carter, Vir- lia Bell, Linda Thomas, Cathy Ford, Alexia Fredericks. ROW 2: Tom Munn, ris James, Walt Bowers, Jon Brinlee, Ronnie Dunton, Danny Ferdmann, Mike kson, Mickey Jacobs, John Graybeal. ROW 3: Howard Duck, Alan Reynolds, :ce Zwahlen, Zina Richardson, Mark Keeter, Mike Cyrus, Cheryl Wies, Chris ng, Alan Mauldin, Chip Posner, Bruce Wood, Ron lmel, Karen Horton, ROW 4: ducting the orchestra is one of Mr. frey's duties as band director. ' - ' A 1 Q 4 1 Vi""'-0,-' 7' li v-,MW .-..---- 4 Smith, Robert Olinger, Richard Butler, Dean Hiltz. ROW 5: Brian Nava, Nancy Hatcher, Ann Miller, Cindy Morrison, Robert Randy Hyden, Karl Mindeman, Steve Jennings, Tim Thomas, Ness, Clint Hughes, Harry Allison, Rick Hebard, Bobby Lebold, Jim Estus, Don Wood, Louis Gladfelter, Eddie James, Mike Bender, Randy Wright. DIRECTOR: Mr. Richard Winfrey. Band 7, ROW I: Jill Clements, Susan Roberts, Janette Pope, Rhonda Wilhite, Diana Schurch, Carole Bays. ROW 2: James Meyerhoff, Bob Hebard, Pat Roberts, Valerie Roesler, Mike Humphries, Jim Campbell, lee George, Julie Froeb, Sue Sheriff, Margaret Ray. ROW 3: Jane Libby, Mike Johnston, Mark Landrum, Bret Shellhorn, Roy Meade, Mark Gannaway, Cory Gamble, Denis Abercrombie, Beginning Instrumental, ROW l: Terri Belt, Cindy Thomas, Peggy Tschappat, Pam Cathey. ROW 2: April Patterson, Cindy Draper, Janice Bagwell. ROW 3: Hal Lofton, Glenda Feller, Rhonda Willhite, Fowler Jacobs. ROW 4: Steve Kenny Koch, Ray Secrist, Stephen M. Yarton, Rick Lucy, John Hansen. ROW 4: Greg Neville, Larry Reeves, David Alaback, Gary Lee, Warden Harwood, Stevie Roberts, Kevin Johnson, Phil Pool, Kenny Bailey, Chuck Gibbs, John Green, Nathan Bardgett. DIRECTOR: Mr. Richard Winfrey. Higgins, Chris Jones, Mark Petrie, David Storts, James Graham. ROW 5: Charles Witt, Loyd Laney, Mark Ben- nett, Dean DeMerritt. 'W s-N - x 4 'P ,, ' - ,Hs 4 I. I xi, , ,xx ,X kk Tl fx' ,x L-.g 5. 1 A hu .. 1. M: fi, QR..,A Q n M ' ,... J Q P' 1 X. ,, ff .1 - H ,, 1 M , ,He 1' 1 S-' - '- 90 'k'vN'.f-,.. r ' 5 lil-l Nm 'N X STRENUOUS WORKOUTS . . . SEVERE CONDITIONING . . . EXASPERATING PRACTICES . . . PHYSICALLY PREPARED . . . THE FIRST GAME . . . A PRESTIGIOUS VICTORY . . . A SUCCESSFUL SEASON . . . ANOTHER TROPHY FOR EDISON. ATHLETICS I- l968 Varsity Tri-Captains Arlen Allison Edison 'Edison Varsity Scoreboard .. 7 30 .. Ponca City You Win some . . You lose some . . . But you never give up The soaring Eagles took a dive in the i968 football season. Coach Richard Chapman's Eagles, rated as the team to Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Edison Scott Beaty Edison. .14 .. l4 l6 .. Memorial .. O 26 ...... Hale . . l-4 20 .... Central .. 7 10 .... Rogers .. 7 6 .... McLain .. 3 6 ..... B'ville College .. O 6 .. Muskogee 27 ....... Enid All-City Preview lst Place beat during pre-season play,..finished the year in the Oklahoma Seven Conference cellar. After defeating both Hale and Rogers in the All-City Preview, the Eagles were downed by Ponca City, 30-7. The turning point of the season seemed to be the annual battle with Memorial. As in the past three years, this rivalry was decided by less than one touchdown. Memorial's field goal kicker provided the difference in the match. The Eagles went on to defeat McLain for a season record of 1-8. Randy Graham Coach Kiger, Coach Chapman and quarterback Scott Beaty watch Edison's defensive team at work. Varsity Football 0 81 -, .. '7i1'.'1Li: ll 'wr-5-1 '35 3 'swf Football Varsity, ROW I: Landon Thompson, Vaughn Graham, Randy Graham, Paul Peters, Mike Brady, Dennis Raffensperger. ROW 2: Scott Beary, Arlen Allison, Chris B. Smith, Bill Miller, Gary Vale. ROW 3: Steve Goldberg, John Bucklin, Marvin Crisp, my fish Mark Cates, Lee Levinson. ROW 4: Les Clark, Gordon Wilc Lance Beard, Ken Holcomb, Randy Turner, Bill Walker, N Fanning. Edison's defensive backfield stops Memorial's ground attack. Tackle Arlen Allison drives to support Edison's quarterback. 82 0 Varsity Football fi 4 li offensive block by Rusty Smith stops one of Hale's linemen. Edison's Tim Shields and Bill Miller pressure Central's quarterback. iii Us lball Varsity, ROW 1: Kirk Dale, Dennis Vincent, Scott Bowen, Harnden. ROW 3: Warren Hultgren, Andy Seigel, Rick tt Disney, Steve Bennett. ROW 2: Jim Bloyed, Rusty Smith, Wozencraft, David Nelson, Ralph Harnden, Harry Brighton, Shields, John Enlow, Jerry Bob Lee, Tommy Hull, Dale Robert Symanski. ROW 4: Alan Heap, Chuck Blue, Bob White. Varsity Football 0 83 K .5 K1 gy, 31 WJ' 5 ' J' gf 2 . " Q if 5' 384' IQ, Nm W O . 1 ' ' 19 - ,A ' ' . "-1 fr mv X- .f ' xl . , ' X af? f X s 5 , S :TNR V3 1 Mx , , ' ' ' X-15,-.1 rl x 6' 7 Q, wsu' 3 'Q s ' wg A N K v V, Q W , . . . ,J-1 Qwsay. . ' f ' W V1 , x V V- Q, ,tsjfyy-4. .if I QM: A f fx jfmgm X EX , 1 fi. 'yi' 3 Ag' AA , r l 4 W., qc!" V , .fT'?r,, 4 b J. M. .,: A. V, .'. I ' ,J fwfwu-flf,-s"'-' LJ., 5 ' s 'JT' ' .' f -4 - ' -'V+ fl 1 , . , -.- , J- .J .f. . , -W ... . B-Squad, ROW I: Glenn Hortin, B: J. Spellman, Dan Danner, Danny Anctil, Jim Dunsmore, Scott Kangas, Roger Price, Rick Gibbon, Bob Drew, Bill Connole, Scott Campbell, John Simons. ROW 2: Rick Frederick, John Wilson, Clark Parrish, Scott Steele, Mike Patton, Doug Saubert, Sam Daniel, Kurt Barron, Paul Porter, Larry Cooper, Seth Tidwell, Bob Stewart, Ron McRorey, John Nelson. - r., .5W..-- ., ' . M1741 , - K -,fr-r9U'f'?Q1L4.,gy J"-. fog., -ff M, f'17,,, -- , x '-A-1"'---J 4 V. '.,,,,,-- R .' " I ' A ' :..-"f . ROW 3: Coach Langham, Jeff Gillespie, Tom Lincoln, Tom Robertson, C Reibert, Bill Adams, Kim Childers, Kip Hull, Mike Rhoades, Rob Brown, N Black, Craig Deisenroth, Dale Alumbaugh, Jack Lairmore, Alan Watt, Benton, Jim McCommas, Kerry Ayres, Coach Powers. B-Sq uad Sco reboa rd Edison Edison g Edison Edison rs i 'if . ,' ' P595 iipaa' Sam Daniel picks up important yardage against Bartlesville Sooner. 86 0 B-Squad Football Edison Edison. . Edison. . .. . B'ville Sooner . . . . Central . . . . B'ville College .. .. Hale ..... Rogers Sand Springs .. Memorial Quarterback Seth Tidwell scrambles around the right end. ead Coach Tom Langham guides his team in practice. 1 , V 'Q l X 'K ll , 1i,' 5' 'i"i T l 'l' i i if at , fr 'siiefggib in Larry Cooper follows his blocker, Sam Daniel, around left end. B-Squad Football 0 87 If I ,IZ ll' 5121, Cross Country Scoreboard Edison. . I5 45 . . Ponca City Edison. .22 36 . . Memorial Edison. .29 26 Bishop Kelley Edison. .24 34 . .... Hale Edison. .20 37 .. Muskogee Edison Invitational . . 6th place Edison "B" Invitational oth place Rogers Invitational. . .4th place OSU Invitational . . 4th place Oklahoma 7 Conference 2nd place State Championship 7th place and aff V3 'Q' I , f 5 tf ,f,jH"" VV y .,,,.r' 5 K 1 ig, 4 BZ ly , We S . . V LW 1 K., , ,, 1 .Vw I In the 5th Annual Invitational, Bob Monhollon hastens by his Rogers opponent. Exhibiting concentration, Marc Van Hoose is determined to gain an Eagle Vict Threatened with an approaching opponent, Dave Williamson gains those extra seconds ina triumphal meet against Muskogee. y .m.......-f ,, ,I K ,ti-., fr if af, f w it MA... ft 5 L-1 , Ni' vftiflbf .sm . ,, i Q W P it l mfr 5 R' xx - , 'W . Wien :S X . , W, M +R mi 4 EF r , vm., ,QSO Wu .4 i tit X if 'X ,W ll Wlgao i HB 1 fross Country, ROW l: Gary Hale, Rick Searcy, David Williamson, Bob White, Crawford, Mark Lewis, Dick Ansteth, Dan McLane, Marc Van Hoose, Bob Attaway 'hillip Wilcox, Bill VanDenBorn, Dick Attaway, Robert Monhollon. Row 2: Terry Ron Prohaska, Gregg Coker, Bruce Wilson, John Chaseling, Coach Hugh Pierce ACH HUGH PIERCE Hopes of victory . . Strained ligaments . The exhilaration of competition Despite the graduation of many out- standing runners, returning lettermen Bob Attaway, Bruce Wilson, and David Wil- liamson provided the necessary skill and experience for the rookies. Senior Bob Monhollon played a vital role in victories against Ponca City, Memorial, Hale, and Muskogee. The remaining fourteen mem- bers of the Cross Country team furnished the added skill to give the team an over- all 4 and l record with placements of 7th in the OSSAA State Championship, 6th in the Edison invitational and Edison "B" Invitational, 4th in the Rogers Invita- tional and OSU Cowboy Invitational, and 2nd in the Oklahoma 7-Oklahoma Magic Empire Conference. Cross Country 0 Pressure of free throws . . . full-court press . . . Basketball. Surpassing last year's record, the Ed- ison basketball team produced an ex- citing season. Coach Larry Rentfro start- ed lettermen Earl Peeples, Danny Ste- vens, Jimmy Ritter, Tom Widmar, and Bill Burns. Their experience was readily apparent by Edison's first game win over Memorial, 56-42. In tournament competition, Edison de- feated Bartlesville Sooner but was ousted from the finals by Webster in the North- eastern A8iM Tournament. In the Hale Tournament, the Eagles defeated Musko- gee and Memorial, and again was elim- inated by Webster. The basketball season was climaxed by the Eagles upset victory over the state ranked Central Braves. The Eagles sur- passed the Braves in rebounding and free throws, giving Edison a final score of 86-81. Varsity Basketball Edison. .56 42 .... Memorial Edison . .56 69 .... Webster Edison. .80 69 .... Muskogee Edison . .60 51 .... Memorial Edison. .64 81 ..... Webster Edison. .90 62 Cascia Hall Edison. .51 57 ...... Rogers Edison. .42 61 B'ville College Edison. .50 65 ...... Central Edison. .63 49 .... Ponca City Edison. .61 59 . B'ville Sooner Edison. .65 59 . B'ville Sooner Edison. .48 62 .... Webster Edison. .36 52 . B'ville College Edison . .58 52 ....., Rogers Edison. .43 55 . . . Muskogee Edison. .46 49 . . Ponca City Edison. .76 89 ....... Hale Edison. .62 63 .... Muskogee Edison . .86 81 ..... Central Edison. .70 68 ... . .. Hale 90 0 Basketball sate- , we ww. vi-7, l5i?ifiE7i'SXf1fwlt.-1r'if 4 .. . ,, ' ' . 1 V- K : f at , , ll - s , sf 1- - 1 , Y, 5 """' Basketball, ROW I: Trainers Joe Pattison, Lance Beard, Tom Widmar, Frank Rhoacles. ROW 3: Jimmy Ritter, Steve Nix. ROW 2: Mike Brady, Charlie Fitzpatrick, Alan Heap, Buckingham, Ricky Nagy, Randy Gray, Bob Bryan, Tom Williams. r Walker, Bill Burn, Earl Peeples, Marc Cates, Danny Stevens, l " X' Ki fi Coach Larry Rentfro intently watches his Eagles play Central. AA... 4,1 l Peeples attempts to outleap a Central player on a rebound. Varsity Basketball 0 91 Q5 Q, ,X 5:1 'fxii Danny Stevens concentrates before a free throw. I XXYX XX WI 'Yr il ,Mui not 3 The Eagles build their spirit before the Webster game. 92 0 Varsity Basketball Fighting off opponents, Tommy Widmar tries for a shot at the basket. l l ,Tn l mar attempts a shot from the outside while Frank Rhoades sets for ihe rebound. leaps for two pomfs. fvw 'ii 0 3, Ricky Nagy starts an Edison offensive drive. Varsity Baskeibali 0 93 .ak H ,f 1, 'hz Q Q . , -U ,sf A Q sw 'hw I I 'iw-5-w .MM .J ,N-ii'-wlif quad Basketball, ROW I: Chuck Blue, Scott Kangas, Larry Cooper, Andy Anderson. ROW 2: Mark Adkisson, Jim Dunsmore, Rick Frederick, Ron Prohaska. ROW 3: 'y Vale, Mark Enterline, Troy Kuykendahl, Jim McCommas, Roger Heath, Mike Rhoades. i 'hi-?i?.'XL 5, , i , 1 H51 -'Lf ra ff 45 . 2 wg AQ' fi, 1 -i .if 4 W gi Q aff l 2 ' , wi 'La 19.1 i i l , l i , i i i ' ,,,, f- ,il,' y Laffy ,"r iff' ' PBSPISS lumps high for the ball against Bartlesville College. 5 f Z' f? 5, 5 ' '-,ffrif-45:11 ' V Y t , ,, 1,57 , ffr, ,V ,, M, ,, -yrs. K ,. , " 'ff' .1f,f,f3..Lf fx ' v 1, "L-, . M2 ,arm ., .V , tt, ,W , xg? .fig .wg JA Q3 ff' ,QA .nl Danny Stevens defends against a threatening Brave. Varsity Basketball 0 95 mm- at .1 .sf::?e,s?:m X X A3 X X I ' Mx X W if H lbw-' - wa: f K is K , gsm xg ,,...Q. . X X ix is 5 N x XE 't Q X X X QR Q X N? X F N X Hours of sweat . losing pounds . . . endurance is Wrestling. Coach Ray Nunneley, in his second ar as head coach, guided the Eagles their first winning season under his dership. Edison captured a share of Oklahoma Seven Conference crown th wins over Bartlesville, Rogers, Mus- gee, and Central, and proved their ght by defeating the co-champion Hale am in a 25-21 squeaker. They went on post a season of nine wins and one ss, losing only to an inspired Ponca ty team in a major upset. X Coach Jim Sellers, after many years as wrestling coach, serves Edison as Athletic Department Chairman and is one of Edison's most loyal sports fans. Coach Ray Nunneley gives his boys instruction and encouragement from the sidelines. EdBon..25 EdBon..27 EdBon..26 EdBon..23 EdBon..25 EdBon..4l EdBon..2l EdBon..l3 EdBon..26 Wrestling Scoreboard , .... Memorial B'ville College Broken Arrow Rogers Hale Muskogee Central Ponca City Sand Springs Webster Tournament 4th Place Edison Tournament 7th Place Wrestling I 97 ,r as ,, I 45 Nxxfbvgs ' W 4 Q N ff M i f 3 s 5 Y wif ' ' 9 'S . S' Sophomore Mnke Fanmn X 1fNv E , my mmi N fl E K ' gi 'F 5? 'Q fr 1 M 748 f .x i 1 7 t 5 f X 5 'X 1- vi Isa 3 Q f ERE E, 5 as E Ax 'f5""" 'W E 54 'Suv ' ,1 7 Z I If lf'- ,, 1' A--my "W " ' 'W' in 1 qv- -mmf ,gd ww-Q uf. Q21 X ' a X f M . 1.E1-:..-:-Me'-:W E i ,.,.W. in-k,a....aa:,.,,a.:,,,.,,,,45,,. .... . L-M.w...-.v..a.,....,,..,4...,..,.,.N ....Y..+.1.:...M -uv-N.-.-K,,... aa. .,.. .. ...M ..,W .v..,....... S 3 , M usfgfgigi 5 -,wif 25'?:ssT1fw x A, f-- . . .,....,.., :--'P-f E - . S A - N9 Q Y x 5 Swimming may coach Tom Langham shouts encouragement to his team. 100 O Swimming 1 J I y ,f ' .A , ' - rw' ., ,,... ,,,,,,, , H., ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,i, ., , , , ,,-- . , , f ,. 0 - ROW l: Gary Baldwin, Mark Munson, Ray PBYUE, Rick Heldlngef, Hensley, Chris Lyons. ROW 3: David Soulsby, Terry Gilliland, Tom Robertson, Wienedie, CUYNS Wide, Clark Parrish, Dan Danner. ROW 2: Mike Steward, Steve Sibole, Larry Wenger, Coach Tom Langham, David Bond, Robin Neal, Maher, Allan McDonald, Brian Schricker, Bart James, Steve Coulter, Randy Gram Hall, Clark Parrish shows winning form in a front pike. f l Q ,S req l I The breathless plunge . . . perfecting form . . . stroke, breathe, stroke . . Edison tankmen. Despite the loss of experienced back- strokers and divers, Edison swimmers were able to win all but one of their dual meets. The Eagles captured the T969 All- City championship for the tenth time in fourteen years. Eagle first place winners were: Rick Heidinger in the 200 yard and 400 yard freestyles, Randy Hensley in the 60 yard freestyle, and Fred Wien- ecke in the 60 yard individual medley. Also, the T60 yard medley relay team of David Bond, Steve Coulter, Brian Schrick- er, and Mike Steward captured an All- City first. Coach Tom Langharn's swim- mers honored him with a 9-l season, losing only to Bartlesville College. The Eagles also defeated the best teams in the Magic Empire Conference. Swimming 0 lOl Racing against time, butterflyer Bart James surfaces for a breath. Hale opponent watches as Dan Danner executes a back dive Swimming Scoreboard Edison. .77 18 ....... Rogers Edison. .74 1 1 ...... Central Edison. .58 37 . . Coffeyville Edison. .40 55 B'ville College Edison. .61 34 .... Memorial Edison. .61 34 . . .... Hale Edison. .67 28 ..... Norman Edison. .55 40 .... Memorial Edison. .61 34. B'ville Sooner Edison. .71 24 . . . Coffeyville All-City Meet lst Place 102 0 Swimming Win or lose, Rick Heidinger displays good sportsmanship eaching out for personal goals is part of every swimmer's efforts. sting between heats, Gary Baldwin waits anxiously for the results of the meet. , 3 . t , l l 1 r 5 E 4 l 1 f Q r 2 s 9 E l s . Breaststroker Fred Wienecke gulps for air on his way to another victory. 5 t SwimmiI'1Q ' l03 do 1 if if ,pl ifniif V 5, 4: .1' fn. 1 0: wiki T if 'ff' I wx ,V aff. xg 1 I ,, ,A Y, f ,W 1 ,Ax W l , if - nr-I 41 Aww , Mr R Q ,915 'iyhm hz X, 5 'V W 5' 71-M. i H ' xg 5 4' Ma - , . " 522 , 1 ',.. " ' 6 YKQQQ qffwv 3, ,? Aww . ' L 5' nf . . ,, 3 nap? Y: yv ry d . .1 'ff f " "' 'H " 1 -5- 1 - ' .Q M 1: fail mf ,B 1- we Am? .Q ,Ji "ns V .f M, ,HIA XV4 ,. W my V, 3 ' ' Z! ,ax H f 1 9 w ,W fi 'ntl If ' A, "V ,, rm ,, ' " 4, .4 . K ,, ' SW .."," ,V u as .., wmfAl:"Yk'i1,-Zi 'fl 51.1 5.3 Min.: "' 'rv- mw. KV W1, ' 'wimmrgf 4' 'f Q .ny a, . -wks,-4 . M, L, 2"g3,r-,, 1 1 ,A ,s, E89 ii in , 1 .MM 05+ 1. 39' 3 ck, ROW 1: Ken Holcomb, Gary Hale, Mike Pharris, John Chaseling, Byron Burke, Bruce Wilson, Mark Lewis, Marc VanHoose, Dave Williamson, Robert Brown, iig Deisenroth. ROW 2: Coach Hugh Pierce, Terry Crofford, Phil Wilcox, Landon Thompson, Alan Watt, Scott Disney, Robert Drew, Alan Hubbard, Tom Lincoln, VanDenBorn, Rick Frederick, Dan McLane, Bob Attaway, Bob White, Steve Bennett, David Wilson. 9l5Uy 5, 294' vmcr I i ,W ,G ,MAA ,A H - W-, 5, . ,inf -A-.-o gle trackmen seem to enioy their daily warmup run. rqv, 5, 5,3 M swag Aw., Bob White practices his windup for the discus throw. Hurtlers Mark Lewis and Marc VanHoose clear the bars. Track 0 lO5 Baseball Schedule March 11 ............ Webster March 14 ..... Central March I5 . . . . East Central March 18 ....... Rogers March 19 . .... Sand Springs March 2l . . ......... Hale March 25 . . . . . B'ville College March 28 ..... Central April 1 .............. Rogers April 3, 4, 5 .... Sapulpa Tourn. April 8 ........... Ponca City April l l . . . .... Ponca City April 15 . . . B'ville College April 18 . ..... Memorial April 19 . .. . . . Sand Springs April 22 . ........... Hale April 25, 26 North-South Playoff April 29 ............. Regional May 2, 3 . . Regional Tourn. May 9, 10 . . . . State Tourn. Getting the field in shape is work for Randy Christian and Steve Goldbe g Senior Phl Eller warms up in the batters box 106 I Baseball , I -I Q' Li i fail' SGW 1 C3 1 , , ,, I , Ula' ll . Zi xjlxlg ,L,. ,Q . vb .. 0 3 1 Y l I " f 84511 i W7 si I ' "' , luv' J X, we if 550.7 51, Lil ZQIS, 151531 S355 SXSISUI fl Q-1 I 4- LV' If Q. :fy V Varsity, SITTING: Mike Brady, Steve Leaman, Chris Teter, Randy Christian, Phil Eller, Tom Widmar, Nick Nash, Steve Buckingham. STANDING: Rickey George Rebh, Marc Cates, Bob Thompson, Bill Miller, Steve Goldberg, Rod Roberts, Bart Rhoades, Coach Don Phillips. After hitting the ball, Chris Teter heads for first base. ng and accuracy are essential for Bob Thompson to make Contact with the ball. Baseball 0 107 108 O Golf, Tennis March March March March March April April April April April April April April May 14 18 21 25 28 1 3 8 11 15 is 22 25 2, Tennis Central Rogers . . . . Bartlesville College Muskogee . .. . . . All-City . ........... Memorial Hale Bartlesville College Hale Central . . . . . Conference Memorial . . . Rogers 3.. ...State March March March March March April April April April April April April April April May Golf 14 ........... Muskogee 18 . . . . . Rogers 21 . . .... Hale 27 . . ...... Allcny 28 ......... Hale-Webster 1 .... Bartlesville College 2 . . ......... Memorial 11 . . . . . . Kelley-McLain 15 . . . ..... Central 16 ........... Conference 18 . . Muskogee-Bartlesville 22 ............. Central 25 ...... Rogers-Memorial 28, 29 .. ..... Regional 5, 6 . . . . . State Tennis, ROW 1: Qear! NgwtQn..Mark Hovis, Doug Saubert, Sam Daniel, David Sibole. ROW 2: Todd Wade, Brian Dempsey, Buzz Walter Jeff Kowalski, Craig Lubin, John Forrest. If Varsity, ROW I: Tracy Galloway, Scott Bowen, Wic b Woodward, Joe Gwartney, Tom Williams, Tom Marshall a ser, Brian Dempsey practices his serve. gg , A, MM. , ALM ,, Thompson, kS1eve McGowan, Breck Kennon. ROW 2: Coach Joe Kiger, Sian Smith, K . 4 .au 0 - ' - faw- - 4 T '15 ' W 4 f af,-Q , i . 3 1 .. W, - .- 5 ., 'howl xgwfqii r a-. .J W "' M . H JQ3 ' .1 wifi' A ' . ,ui-"ref K 51'-.'.1-21553.-as-'f"'l 1. ..as,?4'Lal. ' 4 K sf. ,Q ,, v xy . N K if f- -L . 11 1, 'f 'f W H J 'ws . .'g,,.,,,- J' - . . .K ...gif M . y A -,A is g , f f ' 4- vwfwf'-"Ve" . . K' Ve - - ' T assi: , N , - , -, I ,ll 5- 13.55523 A ' if .A J e. Af, -f 'wg if . we - 's .-vi. -xy ' -We f'w5-sal, -at ' - 334, . '-Kuff"-2 Q ,A V . I., fqv- ,fi .. Wm is w..',,,,.. T y .K if ...V , . -.'guf'.Qe" 1 . -, , I K A N,Wi,W,. .Kala .i q K 5 . wg giimbc . ,ss ' .. 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'f -- A ,fm ,xl QU, F, ,JW ,ws .Ke- A 4.427-691' J.-,K - ,fav ',' oy., rj, 'j,Nf4..".'-.9 ,:,f'ii'.rf!' .f 4' . 4, , '. .,.f9,,H1' - F 'f 9,4 -'.-,'f,'4- ivy, , 5 ,F , N, A ,'y.f':.1nff1-rf, f',.A:3p?r?.-j,-Afrsxf ,ff -v ,' ,.-. -..-.-.,5A . -,.4- fu , . K rg ,1.-NH. .,,,,', F.-.,. ,fl 1 I , 1-f-.,v , Miss Edison XHQ Katy Martin Qu- vff I 532 IE 1' F1 I'. I fm? his El IG ll IQ ll -F-. -V uh: hh -I I1 ll rw ll I IQ ll ws ll I IQ Wi ll IQ gg ""' IE gl li '- IQ I -af' , H ll Mr. Edison IX, Grant 3 M ...,,, 114 o Mr. Edison BASKETBALL QUEEN: Sally Martin "1 wvdiwi' 'lmifwia Ek dk WRESTLING QUEEN: Marsha Harris VIMMING QUEEN: Marilyn Hammond -. K. . 31 x wuqnef-w K, ,.. . .. sm., 1,-qgfyw ,H BAND QUEEN: Sharon Greenwood W Queens 0 117 l l l l 42" BASKETBALL: Suzy Henry, Laurie Cockrell, Kay Scott, Maria Cristantiello 4--...., SWIMMING: Melanie Wenger, Calhy Coleman, Franky DeLarzelere, Melanie Harwood WRESTLING: Lore Blackstock, Laurie Cockrell 118 0 Queen Avlendants l g, 4 4' in BAND: Colleen Collins, Susan Peters, Tammy Smith, Shirley Amstutz FOOTBALL: Pixie Lee, Susan Wilbanks, Suzy Henry, Stephanie Eley, Susan Savage, Not pic- tu red: Mece Sublett Queen Attendants I 119 fi '7 '7 " 'i 'W' " -. . N K ll-l Xfm, ll "Ninn if .,,- 1' XXXX X X MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Jerry Bob Lee, Pat Sfanfield fill l BEST SPORT: Sally Martin, Arlen Allison MOST DEPENDABLE: Houston Jameson, Amy Clark j '1 4 I - - . .f.,,f Q 14: ww all gl N MOST TALENTED: Linda Wise, Bruce Ross MOST POLITE: Teresa Wages, Gustavo Ortega ---a-111V XJ? I k,s, . 'Q Superlatives I 121 A 5 in g . . , ' f MMV A 2 1 my W4 K g . l z W : 31 i - f any ,.-.. it 7 3 f' ' wg ,, f S' X .. :-537 Aly:- fq, , 'I Q 1 ,... ' ,Y F ei ' Q fx , fl" ' v f . J 'ff . ffl! A e K q af' 4 , ',, fx4.:n 3- If ch lx' XI, 5 ,U 5 1 f . gi ,A ,, qu E 'Q' uv 1 1 5 Aw 1 Up? 'ik , A ,ff ,N ,iw , V 4 o Hi' BEST WORKER: Birch Blacksfock, Dee Dee Davidson ,uv MOST FRIENDLY: Katy Martin, Tom Miller Superlafives 0 123 SEPTEMBER JERRY BOB LEE: Student Council, three years, Inter-City Delegate, sophomore, Scholarship Day Chairman, sophomore, Sophomore Board Member-at-Large, Most Likely to Succeed, two years, Football, Baseball, Letterman's Club, Boy's State, Junior Class President, Senior Class Presi- dent. KATY MARTIN: Pep Club Squad Leader, sophomore, Swimettes, three years, Pep Club, Swimettes Treasurer, senior, Student Council, three years, Student Council Chaplain, senior, Sophomore Class Trea- surer, Junior Board, Senior Board, Most Friendly, two years, Thespians, Miss Edi- son Attendant, two years, Miss Edison XII. OCTOBER BIRCH BLACKSTOCK: Concert Chorus, three years, Cross Country and Track, sophomore, Key Club Sophomore Direc- tor, Key Club Vice-President, Outstanding Sophomore, Canned Goods Drive Chair- man, iunior, Edison Week Chairman, iun- ior, Best Worker, junior, Student Council President. SALLY MARTIN: Student Council Foreign Exchange Chairman, two years, Sopho- more Board, Pep Club Squad Leader, two years, Swimming Queen Attendant, two years, Most Dependable, sophomore, Most Polite, junior, Junior Board, Journal- ism Staff Publicity Chairman, iunior Co- Editor, Journalism Staff, senior, Student Director, senior play, Thespians. 124 O Boy and Girl of the Month 3r,rz,???"' 1, X x I I .Vk.,, ,il H 5 I i Q I I NOVEMBER DEE DEE DAVIDSON: Student Council, three years, Student Council Secretary, Superlative Day Chairman, iunior, Junior Board, Student Council Showcase and Scrapbook Committee Chairman, Gymnas- tics Club President, Best Worker, iunior, Pep Club, three years, French Club, three years, Usherettes. GRANT HALL: Swimming, three years, Most Polite, sophomore, Most School Spirited, iunior, Letterman's Club Junior Director, Letterman's Club Vice-President, Student Council, iunior, Junior Board Member-at-Large, Student Council Elec- tions Chairman, senior, Key Club, French Club, Mr. Edison, IX. DECEMBER SUZY HENRY: French Club, two years, Gymnastics Club, sophomore, Most Polite, sophomore, Basketball Queen Attendant, two years, Student Council, three years, Best Sport, iunior, Cheerleader, three years, Head Cheerleader, senior, Letter- man's Club, three years, Key Club Sweet- heart, Miss Edison Attendant, Usherettes. FRED WIENECKE: Swimming, three years, Letterman's Club President, Student Coun- cil, senior, Best Sport, junior, Most School Spirited, sophomore, Spanish Club, iun- ior, Advertising Board, sophomore, Key Club. Boy and Girl ofthe Month JANUARY HOUSTON JAMESON: Student Council sophomore, Junior Class Treasurer, Most Deserving, iunior, Senior Class Vice-Pres- ident, Most Dependable, senior, Home- room President, senior, Mr. Edison Candi- date, National Honor Society. AMY CLARK: Pep Club, three years, French Club Treasurer, Student Council Social Chairman, junior, Student Council Coordinating Chairman, senior, Junior Board, Senior Board, Most Dependable, senior, National Honor Society, Usher- ettes. FEBRUARY JIM RODGERS: Basketball, sophomore, Best Student, three years, Sophomore Board, Junior Board, French Club, iunior, Student Council, senior, Medical Club, senior, Senior Board, Key Club President, National Honor Society Vice-President. JEANETTE STOKES: Sophomore Board, French Club, two years, Junior Board, Student Council, two years, Girl's State, National Honor Society, Pep Club Pres- ident, Usherettes, National Merit Letter of Commendation. , . 1 SMM3 , vxn 1 3 1 5 'Q- 2 ff 1 , ,J 2 Q i u M "Q, Q6 . , 35 gums-M., 1 '-P, 'Q ' , '-bf...,,f 4 'f ', ' 'fl' "4 4 Q If ' ff id, A 1 5 gwnm f Q44 awww ff v vs -hw, gr af, M '- -M, M, - f ' KL I -F , 0 Q if-a B , -Q f .iq v V . 'I A ' ? 5? V f . -N 16' 3 5 , af 5 , ,.,,.A f I J5 4? A ,415 , L , . Le F., I, J- .1 .X ,Q .,,4v 14h' ,j Q 5 :,444k 1,4441 l'4444: 344+ 4-44' L - n --L- m . -L X L ,ii Q V' 'fa m 'Q 5 Y t ai: E546 t 5 ' ' gf nam. 'sf' AJ 8 W M 5 17 .41 2,5 ,EV in - W: s f . f I .1 .A GUIDING A STRAYED STUDENT . . . PLANNING A CURRICULUM . . . STIMULATING CLASSROOM DISCUSSIONS . . . ENCOURAGING INTELLECTUAL GROWTH. ADMINISTRATION P.T.A. president, Mrs. Quinton Speegle, discusses tentative plans for the year with Mr. Cleveland. Posing with the third generation of the Clevelands, Mr. Cleveland and his son Mike show off the recent addition, James Richard. Busy schedules . . . PA. announcements . . the dedication of one inspiring many . .N . Mr. Cleveland. For eight of its fifteen years as a school, Edison's progress has been guid- ed by its principal, Mr. Lewis D. Cleve- land. Frequently visiting classrooms, he observed class activities and became bet- ter acquainted with the teachers and their students. Recently, Mr. Cleveland was appointed to the Regional Advisory Com- mittee of the College Entrance Examina- tion Board. A new interest in Mr. Cleveland's life is his nine month old grandson. In his spare time, he also enioys boating and fishing at his cabin on the lake, and par- ticipates in all water sports. 130 0 Principal i l 1 Undefeated in the ping-pong tournament, Mr. Cleveland volleys a serve to his opponent. iq QA X .4-, Q A 1 fm- D 'f if FLEX 'Rift gift, f. , ' iv- 5 ,yi fv,f 4515.- .sv KJ' 4 14. Interest in student problems . . . Advisor to the staff . . . Mr. Hoopert. Senior high assistant principal, Mr. Donald Hoopert, has a full schedule carrying out his duties as coordinator of staff and curriculum. When not busy at school, Mr. Hoopert enioys tennis, fish- ing, and following the Dallas Cowboy games. A new interest he and his family have developed is the raising of Baseniis. -32 MR. DONALD HOOPERT Already planning for next year, Mr. Hoopert arranges the schedule of clas 132 0 Assistant Principal ising for a moment, Dr. Towry enioys the atmosphere of the iunior high foyer. l DR. FORREST TOWRY l Es E Advising students . . Conferences with teachers . . . Super- vising the junior high . . . Dr. Towry Dr. Forrest Towry, assistant principal in the iunior high, finds his day at school busy with planning schedules and dis- cussing students' problems. Although he has a full day at Edison, Dr. Towry finds time for outside interests. He enioys work- ing in his garden and frequent golf matches with faculty members. In the spring of 1968 he received his Doctorate in School Administration. Assistant Principal 0 133 Modernizing the school system . . . supervising new policies . . . guiding students to achievement. RAY CONARD President W. H. SADLER, JR. Vice-President ROBERT A. BECKSTROM CARL C. BEESLEY Superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools since 1944, Dr. Charles C. Mason has been instrumental in establishing such programs in Tulsa as the semi-depart- mentalized system in elementary schools, and the flexible schedule in secondary schools. He was also a promoter ot Tulsa's Vocational Technical Center. For relaxation, Dr. Mason enjoys repairing furniture and watches and has for many years taught the Double Ring Sunday School class of the First Christian Church. The seven members of Tulsa's Board of Education have worked closely with Dr. Mason to further the aims of educa- tion through their elected three-year terms. Establishing and coordinating school policies, the Board keeps the schools working toward common goals. MRS. OPAL CARLLSON ROBERT J. RIGGS, JR. MRS. VIRGIL O. WOOD l34 0 Board of Education DR. CHARLES C. MASON Superintendent duties of the Service Center's personnel department keep employees busy. An lnC0ml"'9 Call is answered bY feCeP7l0nl5l M3Yme Ken"9dY- struction on the Education Service Center, started this fall, is well underway and will add two stories to the building. 1. if 5 5 VS .. 'K "wiv ,. 1 .1 Q' ,,., Q, .-3-il ,,.,,.,1.. Q A ,Q , Z 0- , Education Service Center 0 Revising schedules . . . listening to problems . . . easing minds . . . Counselors. Counselors are real people. A coun- selor is a friend, sincere in his concern, and frank in his advice. At some time during three years of high school, every student needs such a qualified advisor. Whether the problems are fulfilling graduation requirements, choosing a col- lege, or schedule changes, students find the solutions to them through confer- ences with their counselors. ,iv Z' Odetta Lewis-Sr. High Counselor, Usherettes Sponsor. 136 0 Counselors Larry Alexander-Sr. High Counselor, NHS Sponsor, Rich- ard Cox-Sr. High Counselor, Advertising Board Sponsor. ul W Jerry Ann Brown-Ninth Grade Class Counselor .4 Sf' A N'-as ii' Charlene Clark-Sr. High Counselor, Sr. High Girl's Counselor, Student Foreign Exchange Program. 0- LSE F4 .. Q .Q 4' l l .A ""UQ 5 f ae White-Jr.' High :unselorf Russell Girl's Counselor, Seventh Grade Rathiens-Jr. Boy's Counselor. ennis Miller-Eighth l x 55 Pi G yy' Grade Counselor. 2 A E ws.. L 5 ' 4 F E E Q r f l of Jerrel Beller-Sr. High Counselor, Sr. High Boy's Counselor. Counselors 0 137 Lorena George-Sr. High Registrar: Doris Phillips-Sr. High Assistant Registrar: Ruth Bolt-Sr. High Secretary, Office Manager: Orlene Blake-Sr. High Bulletin Clerk. Alice Bauer-Sr. High Attendance Clerkg Frances Elliot-Sr. High Addressograph Clerk, Virginia Smith-Sr. High Assistant Attendance Clerk. 138 0 School Staff Winnie McClain-Jr. High Secretary, Office Manager: Corene Adams-PBX Operatorg Leila Ol stead-Jr. High Bulletin Clerkj Delores Frank-Jr. High Attendance Clerk. i k 2 1 I elyn Chambers-Jr. High School Nurse: rginia Washburn-Sr. High School Nurse. Nel Jones-Matron. Betty Dratz-Dietician. Brooms . . . absentee lists . . . towels . . . hot lunches . . school staff. Operating behind the scenes to keep a school functioning smoothly is its school service staff. Filing, keeping records of absentees, and typing school bulletins filled the busy hours of office help. Re- sponsible tor maintaining the school, ian- itors swept up after students, and con- trolled the heating and electrical sys- tem. Besides the accompanist providing music for girls' gym, a matron was pres- ent to handle towels, swimsuits, and equipment. Nurses were on hand with banclaids, hot water bottles, and sound advice concerning the health ot students. Floriene Harris-Accompanist for Girls' gym. 1 Laymon Kennedy-Custodian. l r 0 Q ,i iiil L c 1 ' 1 l N Sai 'rr 1 rw if" 1 IIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIII gsiaze Y , -seg ' 5:35 Q L f r. School Staff O l39 -Ffh" , A .Wy .fill -Y - i i l Hamlet . . vocabulary W - - ' my hsts . . . d1souss1ons 1 f 1Ef i1 i f1i dflz w 1 .J EAZ, . . enhghtenment i y through English. L Of interest to the English Department is the development of the student. Fun- damentals of the language are stressed, but more important, an attempt is made to help a student in his understanding of life. Lively discussions of literature in- creased the student's knowledge of his own ideas, while furthering communi- cation among classrnates. Use of films and recordings helped classes to visual- ize material being studied. The newly formed Creative Writers Club gave stu- dents the opportunity to profit from crit- ' ' t th ' " k'll . Iclsm and To perfec elr Wrltlng S I S Martha Cole-Sr. High Honors English, Humanities, Eyrie Sponsor, John Butts-Sr. High English, Sr. Class Sponsor, June Richey-Sr. High English, Yearbook Sponsor, Journalism. fs '- tff I 1:93 ff 'Q -ag., 4 Carolyn Hill-Sr. High English, Creative Writers Club Sponsor, Opal Hofer-Sr. High English, Ruth Wells-Sr. High Honors English. l l Judy Brazinsky-Sr. High Honors English, Talons Co-Sponsor, Dar- rell Goode-Sr. High English, Sr. High Speech, Debate Club Sponsor. Carol Parsons-Sr. High English, German, Nancy Dickason-Sr. High I-40 0 English Margaret Grekel-Jr. High Englishg Jacanette Newman-Jr. High English: Par Tuttle-Jr. High English. Mary Faye McFarlin-Sr. High English, Creative Writing Club Sponsorp Joan Jackson-Sr. English: .lennye Ables-Sr. High English. 4 2 ' 51 -s ' E ., iw..--v Ji-""i'g.? Xi, J g iiifi' 1 Q I Q X Q , v -, 3 U 1 . o fi Wi. Nl' . i K rms , A ' D ,. za.. 1, Qu K . "'g 5 ffl!! If F. M 2 x ii E, .gf Linda Bacon-Jr. High English: Mary McDonald-Jr. High Englishg Shirley Martin-Jr. High English. Martha Fast-Jr. High English: Verna Taliaferro-Jr. High English English 0 141 Proofs . . . parabolas . X + 4x + 4 I 0. parallel lines . . . the realm of math. To some people it's sine and cosine, to others it's only addition. No matter which form of math, students found ap- pealing courses at Edison which acquaint- ed them with complex principals as well as the rudiments of the field. Beginners were challenged by classes in basic math, while more advanced students were con- fronted with algebraic equation and ge- ometric proofs. Those who were inter- ested in the intricacies of mathematics participated in the more accelerated courses of calculus and trigonometry. ,,,, , , ,,,., ,. .,,,, . ,. .t,,,,f .... ., - , i V1 Karen McCartney-Sr. High Algebra, Sr. Math, Soph. Class Sponsor, Jack Dobelbower-Sr. High Advanced Math, Sr, High Student Council Sponsor. l42 0 Mathematics Wayne Garman-Sr, High Geometry, Sr. High Ad- vanced Math, Don Phillips-Sr. High Math, Baseball. COMPANY William Conner-Jr. High Algebra, Jr. High Math, Betty Marshall Jr High Algebra, Jr. High Math, Sherman Robertson-Jr. High Math Helen Smith-Jr. High Math, Math Club Spon sorp Jim Belt-Jr. High Math, Jr. High Algebra ,ff- Celestia Williams-Jr. High Math, Jr. High Red Cross Sponsor Mathematics I 143 Do, re, mi . . . stage fright . . . instruments . . speech and music. Learning to overcome stage fright and gain confidence in public speaking was the first step for many students new to speech classes at Edison. Distinct enun- ciation, expressions, and gestures were integral factors in the debates, mono- logues, and speeches given by the stu- dents. Practice is the key word for successful performance in the field of music. At Edison, the extra minutes spent warming up voices and instruments, plus emphasis on harmony and rhythm, created talent that the school can be proud of. Ashley Alexander-Sr. High Instrumental Music, March ing Band, Richard Winfrey-Jr. High Instrumental Music fa Barbara Burke?-Sr. High Speech, Thespians Sponsor. Laven Sowell-Jr. and Sr. High Vocal, Concert Chorus. Mariorie Ashcraft Jr Hugh Vocal Music Ruth Blaylock-Music-Theory and Harmony. Marcia Mitchell-Jr. High Speech, Drama Club Sponsor. Karen Duncan-Jr High Speech 144 0 Speech and Music Walker--Jr. High Latin, Jr. High English, Latin Club Sponsor: Mary Childs-Jr. High Spanish Club Sponsor, Dina Tenlythoff-Jr. High French, French Club Sponsor, RoseElla High Spanish, Honor Commission Sponsor. fo in 523' ,ILU 1-X 's he X n Moody-Sr. High French, French Club Sponsor, Jan Winzinger-Sr. High French, LaQuada rek-Sr. High French, English. Latin mottos . irregular verbs . . . proper pronunciation foreign language. Courses in Spanish, French, Latin, and German familiarized students with lan- guages of their world neighbors. Besides learning the structure of the language, an understanding of the people was gained through reading and performing skits. Tapes, the language lab, and slides made foreign language courses more in- teresting. g X x K 'MZ' fx! Y Beatrice Notley-Sr. High Latin, Latin Club Sponsor. l l 1 Mary Pottorf-Sr. High Spanish, Rachel Pollard-Sr. High Spanish Rachel Sanchez-Sr. High Spanish, Spanish Club Sponsor Foreign Language O 145 Probing the microscopic universe of a drop of Water . . . stained hands from silver nitrate . . . a knowledge of our World through science. Science is a field encompassing count- less aspects of life. Edison students gained an awareness and curiosity of the scien- tific world through classes offered in earth and life science, chemistry, biology, physiology, and physics. Class discussion, interesting texts, films, and experimenta- tion furthered the students' enjoyment and understanding of the courses. 'Fi J' -Q la -1, 'fi ff' ,. is , ,M Easter Shaffer-Physics, Sr. High Algebra, Wendell Casey-Physiology, Cope-Earth Science. Psychol09Y, Key Club Sponsor, Rob: Lge,-, Vx rx i K, i r J' l -of it Bob Sanderson-Biolo9Y, Medical Club Sponsor, Naomi Pedersen-Biolo9Y, Advanced Biol09Y: Charlotte Wood-Biology, Earth Science, Lewis Ayres-Biology. 146 0 Science SMH Dolvin Mack-Chemistry, Earth Sciencef Kay VanVaIkenburgh-Chemistry. Richard Burch-Physical Science. 'fu qt Donna Dutton-Life Science: Cheri Jo Poyas-Life Science. Science 0 H7 ,4- 4 James Morrow-U.S. History, K'Club Sponsorp Charlotte Dormire-Oklahoma History: Gene Turner-U.S. History, Oklahoma History l ,I I 1 1 1 1 Jean Faulkinbury-Economics: Shirley Ratliff-Civics, Economicsp Walter Gerard- Civics, Student Council Sponsor. 148 0 Social Studies 't l John Haynes-Government, Economics, World Historyy Lucille Stuerv ll World History. l , , ,W W7 , .J t - W- -- "-"V" Crm, Q. die Faye Gates-U.S. History, Hardy McKaskle-U.S. History, Jesse Padgett-U.S. History, Archaeology Club Sponsor. e Slater-World History, Ancient and Medieval History, James fford-Modern History, Ancient and Medieval. Sf' Q ill' if -- Charles Reves-Geography, Catherine Earl-Geography. Law of diminishing returns . . . Andes and Himalayas . seeing the world through Social Studies. Through a comprehension of the past and a knowledge of the present, the Edison social studies department, which included economics, civics, geography, government, and history classes, sought to give an understanding of the world to their students by employing the varied mediums of the school. Films, debates, educational television, maps, and current events encouraged the interest of the students. X A Y Social Studies 0 149 The anguish of losing a game . . . the pride in winning . . . training young people to he athletes . . . Physical Education. A qualified and dedicated faculty gave students a chance to take advantage of every area in physical education. Sixth hour gym, gymnastics club, and swim- ettes were offered to those who excelled in sports. Students worked towards body coordination and good sportsmanship, 'the goals of physical education. Hugh Pierce-Track, Cross Country, Sr. High U.S. History. l l l l Shui James Patton-Football, Basketball, Industrial Arts, Joe Kiger-Golf, Football, Jr. High Geography. 150 0 Physical Education Merle Powers-Jr. High Phys. Ed., Football, Nocus Mclntosh-Jr. High Phys. Ed. Amy Alford-Jr. High Phys. Ed., Nancy Barbee-Jr. High Phys. Ed., Leader Corps Sponsl Linda Ruhman-Jr. High Phys. Ed. i ,hard Chapman-Football, Track, World History. l i l Sr. High Phys. Ed., Swimettes Sponsor. :..' fr? ,f eh l .. Q Sn,- Y. D156 C0401 n Langham+Sr. High Phys. Ed., Swimming, Football, Larry Rentfro-Baseball, Basketball, Life Science, Jim Sellers-Director of iletics, Sr. High Phys. Ed., Football, Wrestling, Ray Nunnelley-Jr. High Phys. Ed., Wrestling, Tennis. Laurann Rogers-Sr. High Phys. Ed., Gymnastics Club Sponsor, Pat Houston- Physical Education 0 151 Keeping library books in order . . . hemming dresses . . . welding metal . . . relaxing after driving lessons. Q As supplements to academic classes at Edison, various practical courses were provided the students. Future homemak- ' ' ers acquired cooking and sewing skills, while industrial arts prepared students r for technical jobs. New training aids in F driver education and current editions of reading material in the libraries were valuable assets forthe courses. F if fn.. l -r Georgiana Van Laanen-Sr. High Homemaking, Foods, Clothing, Mary Jo Samuel-Fooc General Office Education, Frances Smith-Clothing, Billye Glover-Jr. High Homemaking. Bethel DeLay-Library, Dorothy Boatright-Library. ,,,...-wv 'N : l ., if l Melton Ramsey-Driver Education, Rich- George Collins-Jr. High Metals, Charles Johnson-Jr. High Woods, I. D. Powell-Drafting, Charles Herndon-Electron ard Kisner-Driver Education. ics, Radio Club Sponsor, Bill McPeters-Power Mechanics. 152 0 Administration !,4,'f't s. I .ga lhefine Wl'1lT3kef-H0memakln9- Kennan Goodman-Stagecraft, Audio-Visual. 'Dave Crowell-Instructional Media. .Ez ati 4. Mathel Young-Jr. High Typing. -Initial' . i 'tk Twist-Business Law and Problems, Ednah Mae Ingalls-Shorthand, Transcription, Margaret Hill-Office Ma- tes, Bookkeeping, Marv Jo Samuel-Business Education, Foods, Jean James--Typing, Linda Hefley-Notehand, ic Business, Pep Club Sponsor. . , .,,f. H,-.,:fe:.s.s ,. f..tf:.N.,Qu Building sets . . instruc- tional media . . clicking typewriters . . . encouraging new art talent. This year, a new program, Instructional Media, involved the maintenance and use of visual and oral aids. Stagecraft students constructed sets for the many plays. Preparatory classes were offered in the business field. Utilizing creativity and applying techniques learned in class, art students produced many original sketches, paintings and pottery. ion Wood-Arty Louise Todd-Arty Leonard Jordan-Art Administration 0 153 1 X. Y K I I I 1 -gr . ,yr 4 I I I I j I , I fgl I I I ., ff- '17 ur IJ? Im I If 'K I I I I I I I I I I MX I I i . 5 I ' II." , W-nav-1-' x L Q' -9 eg N 'iv'- hfakxx . 'Q THE DRONE OF A LECTURE . . . THE HUSH OF A TEST . . . BOOKS ARE SEARCHED . . . NEW IDEAS ARE PROBED . . . A THOUGHT IS INSTILLED . . . TIME FLEES . . . THE DISBANDING BELL SOUNDS . . . CLAS SES n"""-' Amit Seniors made a iudicious decision in choosing officers Jerry Bob Lee, Teresa Wages, Pat Stanfield, and Houston Jameson. The prestige of being a senior . . . rising early for College Boards . . . senioritis . . . trying on caps and gowns . . . a last look at Edison. As did seniors of the past, the class of 1969 began the year intoxicated with a sense of superiority. This buoyancy lin- gered through the car decorating contest, senior picnic, and production of the class play, The Madwoman of Chaillof. Winter brought the bewilderment of college ap- plications and entrance examinations adding to the students' responsibilities. The seniors slumped as usual in the spring, but revived in time to enioy and appreciate the banquet and prom at the Mayo, Vespers at the First Presbyterian Church, and Commencement. OFFICERS President ...,. ,.................,, J erry Bob Lee Vice-President ,. . Houston Jameson Secretary .... ....... P at Stanfield Treasurer ..... .... T eresa Wage: Social Chairman .... Margaret Whitt 5Ponsor . . . . . . Mr. John Butts 156 0 Seniors The identity of Mr. Ugly seems to be known by senior Lindsay Patterson. LU5 '- no il SJ . :'L l ,, t . K ,T , , f ., to ima A, ' D ' sl, 12. Q 555' rs X - ws Nga-s Q z ' k'L'5i In QQ? Q ' it H 1m.1, . ,W W 'f . Class officers Teresa Wages and Margaret Whitt check the progress of senior play ticket sales. Senior class sponsor Mr. John Butts prepares to deliver a lecture to his English class. Senior Board, ROW I: Gail Wilkerson, Paulette Swyden, Janice Brown, Stevens, Katy Martin, Jim Rogers, Todd Henshaw, Houston Jameson, Kay Scott, Amy Clark, Sally Martin, Eleanor Weisman, Marci Neal, Jerry Bob Lee, Stuart Fox, Mary Deisenroth, Bill Meyer, Ann Sawtelle, Pat Stanfield, Teresa Wages, Margaret Whitt, Margy Withington. Marsha Gelwick, Debi Ervin. ROW 2: Susie Fornel-l, Debbie Walkinshaw, Steve Conard, Trudy 4 5 ,V 'fig -3. 2 .1 ev? ' as if . .H MM 3 U gt. ,,.' ,gg 1 ' is ,f ew - 3 'b 'i' ,UW ' :sq VJA ' 3 4 1 F, ..,,f " 'ffm x ' QM ,f s i' I -'X Q, Seniors O 157 IW' ix 1 I58 0 Seniors JOHN ABSHIRE CHRISTINE ADKINS Pep Club KATHRYN ADKINS Pep Club FAREN AKINS Latin Club, Marching Ban Orchestra, Concert Band, Thespians CINDY ALLAN Pep Club JEFF ALEXANDER Senior Play, NHS, Tor Staff, Spanish Club, NM Letter of Commeno tion SHERI ALLEN Pep Club, Advertising Board STEVE ALLEN ARLEN ALLISON MICHELE ANDERSON Pep Club MARY JANE ANDREWS NATALIE ANDREWS JODIEANELLO DICK ANSTETH NHS, Cross Country KATHY ANTRY FTA, Pep Club, Red Cro: Spanish Club JANE ARCHIBALD Pep Club, Sec. Hom room, Medical Club TONY ARGUE ROB ARMSTRONG VIVA ASHCROFT BOB ATTAWAY Concert Chorus, Track, Pre Advertising Board, Key Club, Lettermen's CII BETTY AUBREY Concert Chorus, NHS, N Semi-Finalist, Pep Club KARLEEN BAER NHS, Pep Club STEVE BAGWELL Law Club, German Club BARBARA BAKER French Club, Law Clul Pep Club SHERRY BAKER Pep Club STEVE BAKER IRC TERRY BALFE Pep Club, Usherettes, NHS MARGARET BALL Pep Club, Gymnastics Clu UE BANKOFF Yearbook, French Club, Pep lub, Medical Club, Senior Board LAROL ANN BARD 'IANA BARNARD Advertising Board lELDA BARNES ONNIE BARNES ICK BARRON Law Club, Advertising Board It. AUL BARTLAU ILL BATES COTT BEATY Football Captain, Baseball, omeroom Pres., Law Club, Lettermen's Club iARY BEINE NDA BELL Pep Club, Red Cross -iARON BELL NHS, Stagecraft, Thespians, ep Club, Latin Club ON BELLER ERRY BEMENT-' AYLE BENNETT 'EVE BENNETT RK BISCHOFF NINE BISHOP , rlERYL BISHOP .N BLACK Journalism, Thespians, Red oss, French Club, Pep Club QRK BLACKBURN CH BLACKSTOCK Pres. Student Council, y Club LY BLACKWELL Pep Club ARON BLEDSOE Pep Club ANE BLOCK Yearbook, Usherettes, NHS, ench Club, Pep Club LVID BOND Swimming, Law Club JDA BOOTS DNNIE BRADY Seniors 0 159 160 0 Seniors RENEE BRASHEAR Advertising Board, Vi Pres. Spanish Club, Pep Club, Honor Roll BOB BRECK Stage Band, Marching Ban Concert Band JAN BRIGGS Mixed Chorus, Homeroom Se retary, Pep Club KATY BROCKSMITH Spanish Club Treasure BRIAN BROUSE NHS, Spanish Club, Medi' Club, Student Council Foreign Exchan Chairman JANICE BROWN Pep Club Sec., Senior Boa PEGGY BROWN STEVE BROWN KIM BUCKINGHAM BYRON BURKE THERESA BURKE Red Cross, Gymanst Club, Pep Club DON BURN Wrestling DON BURNS STEVE BURNS JANET BUTLER Marching Band, Conc Band, Orchestra JOAN BUTLER JIM BYRNE Medical Club, NHS, NM Let of Commendation DONNA CAHILL Advertising Board, P Club, FTA DAVE CALLAHAN JUDY CARLSON Usherettes JIM CARSON , STEVE CASH Law Club I JOHN CHASELING AFS Student, Key CIL Student Council, Track I RANDY CHRISTIAN NHS, Advertising Boa Baseball AMY CLARK Student Council Co-ordinat Chairman, French Club Treasurer, NHS, F Club, Usherettes CHERYL CLARKE Pep Club, French Cl: FTA, Swimettes' Historian, V.-Pres. of Hor room MIKE CLAXTON TERRY CLINE After great anticipation, the Green Weenie is finally presented to the school by Tom Miller and Fred Wienecke at a pep rally. NDA CLYBURN AT COBB ,ARY ANNE COE ERSHON COHEN lEL COHEN Torch staff XNCY COHEN Pep Club, Spanish Club, espians tNDY COHEN EVE COHEN Journalism, Senior Play BBIE COMBS Senior Play, Swimettes, Pep Jb, Advertising Board EVE CONARD XRTHA CONN ED COPES EVE COULTER Lettermen's Club, Concert ofus, Swimming, NHS, National Merit Semi- a ist AN CRAGER Advertising Board Sec., Pep vb, French Club, NHS RREST CRAIG NHS, Senior Play, Latin Club lDA CRAIG Pep Club, Red Cross D 'N'-5 ...gr i f""""'K aaa 1 'Uh- your Qi ll Seniors 0 161 SUSAN CRANDALL KENT CURTIS JOHN CUSHING Stageband, Concert Bai Radio Club KIRK DALE Football, Wrestling KAREN DALTON DEE DEE DAVIDSON Student Council Se Usherettes, Pep Club, French Club, Pres. Gy nastics SCOTT DAVIDSON Concert Chorus, La Club, German Club LARRY DAVIS Red Cross VIVIAN DEAN Student Council, Pep Clu Mixed Chorus, Senior Play TONI DEFALCO Pep Club, Homeroom Sec. MARY DEISENROTH Student Council, F Club, Usherettes, Spanish Club DIANE DEUPREE Advertising Board, F Club l DANNY DRAKE MIKE DRAKE SHERILYN DRAPER Pep Club MARY DRATZ NHS, Pep Club, French Clul: l AM DUKE Pep Club TARY DUMAS Pep Club, French Club AROL DYSON JSANNE EAGAN AVID EDMARK Student Council, IRC, Mixed 'iorus ARRY EDWARDS ARRY EISEN LAN ELIAS -lIL ELLER Student Council, Key Club, Base- all, NHS, Lettermen's Club ARRY EMMONS DHN ENLOW Football, Wrestling EBBIE ERVIN Concert Chorus, Senior Board sherettes, Pep Club 'ALTER ESKRIDGE Senior Play ANCY EXON Pep Club, Student Council EUCE FADEM Law Club, French Club, Ten- s, Student Council ,OYD FADEM Law Club, French Club, Stu ant Council, Tennis EFF FANNING Wrestling, Lettermen's Club ECKY FARMER ARCY FAXON Medical Club, Senior Play, ap Club M FELDMANN WEN FELLERS NHS EREDITH FELTS Concert Chorus, NHS, Ush- ettes, Thespians, National Merit Semi-Final- r DHN FERGUSON Law Club NDA FERRELL DRY FlLLlO AVID FISHER ERICK FISHER Student Council DB FLINT Band, Stagecraft I Uh Seniors 0 163 42 T3 ff! The senior picnic gave Edison students a chance to meet in a casual atmosphere and relax, ""' 'WNV , k,., , M,,i,,w,.:w fs ' ALICE FOISTER LAURIE FORCE French Club, FTA, Pep Club SUZY FORNELL Senior Board, NHS, Trea Homeroom JOHN FORREST Tennis, Lettermen's Clul Homeroom V. Pres. CATHY FOX STUART FOX Student Council, NHS, NM Le ter of Commendation LINDA FRAWLEY Pep Club DON FRONING Student Council, Law Club TED FULTON SUSAN GABRIEL NHS, French Club, PE Club, Medical Club T RICK GAINES Latin Club, Mixed Chorus, AW vertising Board TRACY GALLOWAY Golf PAT GARETSON GORDON GARRETT LINDA GASPERINO RONNIE GASS Liar . uggvzqnlwiv 164 0 Seniors ,sk INDY GASSAWAY Law Club, Pep Club IARSHA GELWICK -NHS, Usherettes, Pep lub, Senior Board ATRICIA GILBERT AREN GILE Marching Band, Concert Band, Prchestra URTIS GIMLIN Senior Play, NHS, Adver- sing Board V. Pres., Thespians Treas. lwfvlf GLADSON 3 GLENN Pep Club, Usherettes, Latin Club 'ANNE GLIDDEN Red Cross, Pep Club .AUDIA GOAD Pep Club, V. Pres. Home- tom DHN GORRELL Law Club, Wrestling 'EVE GOSNELL ZUCE GRAHAM Key Club, National Merit emi-Finalist ANDY GRAHAM Key Club, Football Captain, attermen's Club, Homeroom Pres. ARY GREENE RN GREEN ' IARY GREEN -IARON GREENWOOD Marching Band, Or- iestra, Concert Band ATHY GRIFFITH Concert Chorus, Pep Club ARILYN GRGSSBARD German Club, Pep ub, Journalism DNNA GRUBB Swimettes, French Club, ep Club DD GUNTER Red Cross, Medical Club KRBARA GWARTNEY Student Council, Ush- ettes, NHS, Pep Club, Spanish Club REG HALE IKE HALEY Law Club AVID HALL NHS RANT HALL Student Council, Key Club, ettermen's Club V. Pres., Swimming NURA HALL Pep Club, Gymanstics, Senior BY IARK HAMILTON Seniors 0 165 166 0 Seniors DEBBIE HAMMOND Spanish Club, IRC JAMES HAMMOND DONNA HAMPTON Red Cross, Pep Club DAVID HANNIS Wrestling NANCY HARNDEN RICHARD HARRIGILL LINDA HARRIS STANLEY HARRIS SUSAN HART Marching Band, Concert Band KEN HARWOOD Concert Chorus, Medic. Club, Advertising Board KRISTY HAZEN RICK HEIDINGER Lettermen's Club, Swin ming NANCY HELLING PATRICIA HEMBREE HOLLY HENDERSON Red Cross, Pep Cluk Swimettes, Spanish Club SUSAN HENDERSON Thespians, Stagecraft KATHY HENDRICKSON Student Council, Re Cross, Pep Club GINGER HENDRYX PATRICK HENRY SUSANHENRY Cheerleader's Capt., Studel Council, NHS, Usherettes, Miss Edison Atteni ant , TODD HENSHAW NANCY HENSLEY RANDY HENSLEY Swimming, Lettermer Club FRANK HIBBS STEVE HICKERSON Law Club CHUCK HICKOK Torch Staff Associate Edito JUDY HINTON Pep Club, Advertising Boarr KITTY HOEBEL Pep Club, Gymanstics Club 'EVE HOLLIS KSAN HOLMES Senior Board, Pep Club MELA HOLT Pep Club 'EVE HOPPES Key Club ANA HOSTETTER Usherettes, NHS TEVE HOWE EVERLY HUCKETT ANET HUDSON French Club, Pep Club ICKI HUDSON Pep Club, Spanish Club, pnior Play DMMY HULL Football, Homeroom Pres., aw Club IARREN HULTGREN Football, Law Club ALLY HUMPHREYS AROL HUNTER Mixed Chorus lARY HUTCHESON French Club, FTA, Pep Ilub ECKY HYDEN 'lARK IRBY Enthusiasm and spirit C15- is boosted by participation of Mrs. Wells and her homeroom in the float contest. P I- LAWN1' ix S l C yyli 4 ' v 5.7, 1 . ,. a Seniors I 167 I I , .4 168 0 Seniors 'If' 'IB' ,fc Q? STEVE IVES Tri-Captain Wrestling, Lette men's Club, Law Club, Key Club BROOKS JACKSON MARY JACKSON Debate Club, IRC, Re Cross SALLYJAMES PepCIub HOUSTON JAMESON V. Pres. Senior Clas NHS, Pres. Homeroom RICHARD JARBOE STEVE JEHS BEAU JENNINGS DIANA JENNINGS ROBERT JENNINGS JENNY JOHNSON Student Council, Pe Club SHARON JOHNSON Pep Club, Mixed Ch rus I I VICKI JOHNSON Pep Club , SAM JOHNSTON Concert Band, Marchir Band, Stage Band MARVIN JONES MIKE JONES Medical Club TODD KANGAS Student Council, Lettermer Club STEVE KAREY KAY KEE Concert Chorus, Advertisir Board, Pep Club LINDA KEITH LINDA KELLENBERGER MIKE KELLER STEVE KELTNER KAREN KENNEY Student Council, Mixed Ch rus, Pep Club JULIE KENNON Mixed Chorus, Pep Club SUE KINDSCHI FTA, Pep Club ALVIN KNIGHT KAREN KNOTT Marching Band EVE KOCH Law Club FF KOPELMAN NHS FF KOWALSKI Key Club, Tennis, Letter- en's Club, Senior Play, Yearbook ZYSTAL KUYKENDALL tARY PAT LADNER Eyrie Editor, NM Semi- nalist, Usherettes, Student Council, Thes- ans ,ARTHA LAIRMORE NHS, Medical Club :tin Club, Pep Club, FTA ARY LANGSTON DHN LANE 'VONNE LANTER ,IZ LAWRENCE Spanish Club, NHS, NM etter of Commendation SORDON LEAMAN NHS, Latin Club, Senior 'lay, Lettermen's Club LARBARA LEE NHS, Usherettes, Pep Club ERRY BOB LEE Pres. Senior Class NDA LEMBERG Spanish Club, Student Juncil, Senior Play Com. EE LEVINSON Spanish Club, Law Club, HS, Golf AROL LEWIS NM Serni-Finalist, NHS, Pres. ench Club, Usherettes, Latin Club I NC 'rr' 'C7' Marching Band members, John Middleton, Mary Ann Green, and Tammy Smith prepare for state competition by making their instruments shine. Seniors 0 T69 SI I J if Homeroom officers, Patti Tessier, Randy Graham, and Nancy Exon report latest Student Council and school activities. 170 0 Seniors MARK LEWIS Cross Country, Track BRGOKIE LIKE PHIL LILE CHARLOTTE LINDLEY GARY LOBAUGH Law Club, Marching Banc Concert Band CRAIG LUBIN Senior Board, Key Club, Le termen's Club, Tennis, Spanish Club LYNN LUDMAN Pep Club, Senior Boar: Play Committee JOHN LUKER PETE LYNCH PHIL MCARTHUR DON MCCALMAN DAVID MCINTYRE ..........- Setting an example for Edison's "PRIDE" Contest, Amy Clark, Grant Hall, and Dee Dee Davidson help keep the school grounds clean. ENDAMCKAY .VID McKEE Chess Club, Archaeology Ib 1ROTHY MCKEWON Pep Club ANETTE MCKEWON Pep Club, Law Club SAN McLAUGHLIN ARY MCMAHON .NDY McNAIR Spanish Club, Pres. Home- m EHARD McVAY VIN MCWHORTER IC MACEY Vice Pres. Student Council, A Letter of Commendation, NHS, Debate b, Key Club RDON MACKLIN Stage Band, Marching d, Orchestra :INA MAHER Student Council, Usherettes, S, Pep Club, Vice Pres. Homeroom ENNE MANES Pep Club GY MANESS French Club, Senior Board ., Mixed Chorus XRK MANNING ROL MANTOOTH Usherettes, Advertising ard, Journalism, Pep Club ELLENE MARK FF MARQUETTE IINETTE MARSHALL Pep Club, NHS CKIE MARTIN Pep Club .TY MARTIN Miss Edison XII, September 'I of the Month, Chaplain Student Council, sas. Swimettes, Senior Board .LLY MARTIN Co-chairman Foreign Ex- ange, Senior Board, Pep Club Squadleader, rnalism, Thespians RY MAY Student Council E MEEK Law Club .L MEYER Student Council, Senior Board, iv Club, Pres. Homeroom, Key Club ENT MEYERS HN MIDDLETON Concert Band, Marching nd, NHS, NM Letter of Commendation .L MILLER Football Seniors 0 171 ,fi A senior French class presents a soap opera to offer a variety in class activities. T72 O Seniors JUDY MILLER Pep Club PETE MILLER SALLY MILLER Pep Club, FTA, Spanish Cl TOM MILLER KATHLEEN MILLERICK MARCIA MILLS Red Cross, Thespians STEVE MIRKIN TONY MIRKIN KATHY MIXON Pep Club, Journalism ROBERT MONHOLLON BILL MONNET MARCY MONTGOMERY Pep Club, Span Club .NE ANN MOORE Ushereties, Thespians, p Club, Spanish Club NET MORGAN V. Pres. Pep Club, Red oss, Gymastics Club, Spanish Club AN MORROW KVID MORTON RRY MOULIN .UL MUNDlNG German Club, Medical Jb, Senior Play LTHIE MUNGEN Concert Chorus, Pep Club JM MUNSON Medical Club Pres., Key Jb, Law Club, Thespians, Red Cross RRY MURTA ARILYN MUSE Pep Club CKY NASH Baseball, LeTtermen's Club, NClub ARC! NEAL Pep Club, Senior Board, Law Jb -IDA NECK Red Cross, Thespians, Spanish Jb, Pep Club 'HN NEERMAN DB NELSON SLIE NELSON DNNA NEW Cheerleader, NHS, Usherettes, ip Club, Medical Club IRT NEWTON lHN NEWTON XRL NIELSON NNY NILAND Pep Club NRK NILES Football, Student Council, Law 1b XRK NIX JDA NUNNELEY LIE OAKLEY XUREEN O'CONNOR Pep Club lSTAVO ORTEGA EVE PAGE NHS STEVE PARKER NHS, Red Cross, Mixed Cl rus HAP PARRISH ANN PATTERSON Usherettes, Pep Clu French Club, NHS JAN PATTERSON LINDSAY PATTERSON Red Cross, Pep Cli French Club RAY PAYNE Lettermen's Club, Swimming EARL PEEPLES Basketball, NHS, Natio Merit Semi-Finalist TOM PENDERGRASS ILIANA PEREZ SUSAN PETERS Thespians, Senior Pl Marching Band, Concert Band KEN PETTA NHS, Latin Club PHIL PETTA Spanish Club STEPHEN PETTIFER CANDY PETTIGROVE Pep Club, Thespia Medical Club MARK PHILLIPS Student Council, Law Cluk BILL PHILLIPS SHARON PHIPPS Red Cross, Pep Club MICKEY PIERSON BRAD PILKINGTON MAHLON PITT CHERYL POLSON MELISSA POPE NANCY PORTER ROBERT POWERS THOMAS PRATT NHS, Wrestling, Tra Lettermen's Club I SUSAN PREAUS RODNEY PRICE SUZANNA PROPHET EB RANCK Law Club EVE RATHMANN Pres. Latin Club, Thes- ans, Med. Club EARON RAWLINGS NNIFER REED 'RYE REINHARD Pep Club, Latin Club, Cre- ive Writers ART RHOADES Red Cross, Baseball, Law ub RANK RHOADES ATHY RHODES QDY RICKABAUGH Pep Club OTT RIDDLE iM RITTER Basketball, Lettermen's Club, gas. Homeroom M ROBBINS ENNY ROBERTS ANCY ROBERTS DD ROBERTS Lettermen's Club, Baseball, uw Club IKE ROBERTSON Pres. Thespians, Treas. EHS, Key Club ICHARD ROBOHM National Merit Semi- nalist, IRC M RODGERS Key Club Pres., NHS, Student Euncil, Senior Board M RODMAN Concert Chorus M RODOLF Pep Club, Advertising Board, enior Play EMI ROSENTHAL UCE ROSS Concert Chorus, Key Club, Law lub, Junior Classical League AVID ROSS Marching Band, Concert Band ESAN ROSS Student Council, Pep Club, herettes, German Club, FTA IANE RUGGLES 'ANE RUMBAUGH Pep Club, NHS LL RUSSELL Torch Staff 'XURIE SABETTI French Club, Pep Club Q5 jihjf Seniors 0 175 MARY SAMUELSON Concert Chorus, NI- Usherettes, French Club, Thespians SUE SANGUNETT Medical Club, Pep Club REX SATTERWHITE ANN SAWTELLE LARRY SCHOTTEL KAY SCOTT Pep Club, Senior Board, Ushe Giles WAYNE SEARCH , ANDY SEIGEL Law Club, Football CHUCK SELMAN GARY SEMKE CHRIS SHAFER Stage Band, Marching Ban Concert Band, Orchestra LINDA SHAFFER Red Cross, Medical Clu FTA, Pep Club PAULA SHAPIRO Usherettes, Pep CIL Torch Editor, NHS, Student Council Alt. RUTH SHAPIRO Usherettes Pres., NHS, Ye, book, Student Council, Pep Club MELISSA SHAW Law Club, IRC SUZY SHERMAN Pep Club, French Club BETH SHERRON FTA, Spanish Club, Pr Club, Senior Board TIM SHIELDS RAY SINCLAIR SALLY SLEMAKER GARY SMART IRC, Law Club, Key Clu Spanish Club CHRIS SMITH Football, Track, Pres. Hom room, Lettermen's Club RUSTY SMITH Football, Lettermen's Club TAMMY SMITH Advertising Board, Conca Orchestra BILL SNOW Treas. Law Club MARY SPARKS NHS, Pep Club BRENDA SPEED ROGER SPEEGLE JRA SPRINGER Pep Club, Stagecraft LSPURGIN Law Club, IRC, Medical Club T STANFIELD Sec. Senior Class, Pep Club, inch Club, Yearbook Staff E STEINER TNNA STENHOUSE ARLES STEPHENSON .NCY STEPHENSON NIEL STEVENS EDY STEVENS Swimettes Pres., Senior rd, Pep Club, Gymnastics RANN STEWARD IDA STITES XNETTE STOKES Okla. Girl's State Rep., es. Pep Club, French Club, Usherettes, NHS IIAN STORER Latin Club, Pep Club NN STROUD Student Council, Senior rd KIE STROUD TY STUART CK STURNER lE SULPHUR lSAN SWANSON Pep Club, Law Club, frnnastics, Student Council LROL SWEET IEG SWYDEN .ULETTE SWYDEN Senior Board, Pres. meroom, Pep Club VERLY TABOR JNE TARBEL Student Council, Treas. Ush- attes, Pep Club, NHS, French Club .NET TAYLOR Law Club, Advertising ard, Pep Club IDA TAYLOR SAN TAYLOR Pep Club :Kl TEETER Seniors 0 177 I l I I I I l l I , vi end' x 1 I , 23. 95' Between classes books. Carol Lewis stops at her locker to lighten her load of L-fi 178 0 Seniors SUSAN TEIS Student Council, Gymnas Club, Pep Club PATTY TESSIER CHRIS TETER Pres. NHS, Sec. Key Club, S dent Council, Lettermen's Club, Baseball GAIL THAYER Pep Club BOB THOMPSON Baseball MIKE THOMPSON TOMMY TIBBITTS DEBBY TIDWELL Red Cross, Pep Club, Ser Play ROBERT TODD Marching Band, Latin Club JACKIE TRADER MARILYN TRASK Thespians, Pep Club, I vertising Board PATTI TSCHAPPAT Pep Club, NHS, To Staff CLAIRE TURNER Student Council, Pep Club RANDY TURNER DICK TURNER DWIGHT TWILLEY 'IAROLETTE VANALTENBURG Advertising Jard, Pep Club, German Club ANDY VAN DEUSEN ARC VAN HOOSE Advertising Board, Stu- ent Council, Concert Chorus, Cross Country, ack ENNIS VINCENT DBERT VINCENT Football, Wrestling, Let- rmen's Club ARBARA VON DREHLE Pep Club l!lC WADMAN ERESA WAGES Senior Class Treas., Usher- tes, Pep Club, NHS LL WAGNER AY WALDO Red Cross, Pep Club, Medical ub, Creative Writers Club :GGY MARTIN ATHIE WALKER Red Cross, Spanish Club I I NCKEY WALKER EBBIE WALKINSHAW Pep Club, Senior ward, Gymnastics EORGANN WALLINGFORD Pep Club M WARD Law Club, Medical Club, IRC, HS N.. N. Posting pictures of the honored students Club Vice-President, Janet Morgan. I Llcldfi' I I I I I Q .Xxx ui one responsibility of Pep ' " ' :- Seniors O 179 'I80 0 Seniors PATRICIA WARD GENE WARFIELD LINDA WASSON RANDY WEEMS ELEANOR WEISMAN Senior Board, Yea book, Sec. Usherettes, NHS, National Mer Semi Finalist WAYNE WENSELL CATHY WEST Concert Chorus, FTA, Pe Club BOB WHITE Pres. Homeroom, Medical Clul Football, Track DAN WHITE JEANNIE WHITE Pep Club MARGARET WHITT Senior Class Social Chai man, NHS, Red Cross, FTA TOM WIDMAR Baseball, Basketball, Lette men's Club, Law Club BENITA WIEHE FRED WIENECKE Lettermen's Club Pres., Stl dent Council, Key Club, Swimming SUSAN WILBANKS Cheerleader, Usherette Student Council, Pep Club, Miss Edison Se ior Attendant GORDON WILDER Key Club, Lettermerl Club, Football, Pres. Homeroom I I GAIL WILKERSON Pep Club, Student Counc Usherettes, Senior Board DAVID WILLIAMSON I CHARLES WILLIS Senior Play, Red Cross RANDY WILLS Editor Thomas Times, Okl homa Jr. Academy of Science, NHS, Thespiai BRUCE WILSON Key Club, Treas. Lettermen Club, Track, Football DENNIS WILSON DIANE WILSON NHS, Concert Chorus, Pe Club PAM WILSON NHS, Usherettes, Thespian Senior Play, Advertising Board PAT WILSON Pres. Homeroom, Baseba Advertising Board BARBARA WINFORD Eyrie Committe French Club, Pep Club LINDA WISE Concert Chorus, Pep Clul Thespians, Senior Play MARGY WITHINGTON Student Counc Pres. Homeroom, Gymnastics Club, Pep Club JULIE WOMBLE KAREN WONCIK Pep Club, NHS JANET WOOD Pep Club, Gymnastics Club RICK WOOD KRISS WOODBURY MARTHA WOODBURY BILL WOOTON RICHARD WRIGHT BRITT WASSON DAVID YANCEY KAY YOUNG Red Cross Pres., Swimettes SUZY YOUNG 'fy' 'E Senior Slump attacks Mary Jackson, Dee Dee Davidson, Tom Miller, Amy Clark, Kent Curtis, John Chasling and Birch Blackstock Y I' I Seniors 0 181 L +L Y, V ' I sci-:-I gi 7 ..,., . 'rf as 'V 1 s ,E 1 ,.,.. .N L i in-c Junior class officers race towards a victorious year. Q ? ! 1 I Q 6 .',L 21:3 Q , I' Junior Board, ROW 1: Stan Smith, Ellen Friedman, Lisa Mulmecl. ROW 2: Scott Bowen, Jeanne Wheatley, David Floyd. ROW 3: Mary Ann Williams, Ricky Nagv, Bobby Bryan, Sarah Savage, Lore Blackstock. ROW 4: Phyllis Murray, Jan Hampton, Melinda Paul. ROW 5: Patsy Tripp, Sharon Sumpter, Nancy Ayers. ROW 6: Susan Knoblock, Joann Mitchell, Vaughn Graham, Laurie Cockrell, Mr. Roger Smith, Diana Lee, Gay Nienhuis, Glenn Hawkins. Juniors 0 182 un, n tsrff '54 K a.fgL.,sV .lf -lc, se , flank' . 1 K " ji , ' 5. ' l ts of Vaughn Graham and Glenn Hawkins make H gn exchange students become acquainted with officers. A A..-5 alloween ' X happier for a hospitalized child. X3 The feeling of being in between . . . suc- cessful projects . . . for a moment I saw Edison . . . as a junior Throughout the year, the juniors were kept busy with various class sponsored projects. Led by Mr. Roger Smith, the juniors initiated their activities with a tea to introduce the foreign exchange students. Combining Halloween fun and philanthrophy, dolls were made and dis- tributed to children at St. John's Hospital. igniting spirit for the Canned Goods Drive, juniors participated in a breakfast addressed by Father Vruwink. The break- fast produced results, for the juniors were victorious in the drive. With the proceeds from their play, and the yearbook mixer, juniors completed the year. OFFICERS President .. ..., .. .......... .... V aughn Graham Vice-President .. .,... Glenn Hawkins Secretory ...... .... L curie Caclrrell Treasurer . . . . Di L ana ee Social Chairman .. . Gay Nienhuis Sponsor ..... .... M r. Roger Smith Treasurer Diana Lee learns juggling techniques from an able teacher, Mr. Smith fr, . ., AX,- . 92.2 .1 5 , - 1 . 'rx f 'F Y . ggfyi ,eh Q gl i l 1 x xc x "' G5 -' pa ss fm- .J X , S - - I! ,r e'v-eb" . - 5 ' L . , f..,f' 1 E K . ll r fi Q W s sk H ax A ' ", :L 'v ,. J 'Q K ,,h,i Q xv f ,tif X, I, , x if' sr' . ' A Brad Adams Don Adkison fKenneth R. Alexander !Mary Beth Allison Nelson Alvarez Dana Anderson David Anderson Tuck Andress Chris Arbuckle Larry Archambo Mary Axton X X,-Nancy Ayers ,f Bev Baker Gary Baldwin Debbie Barber Mary Bard Cathy Barnett Linda Barry B fm -'Joe Bartlett A A r ' . A 5' ' Gary Bartosovosky , ' E J . LD dr E Phil Bauer K f .009 A if i .. ki ,jAdele Baumann NX K 1 W' ,Z Steve Beach S A' Brian Beaird Q 2 n sf. S K ,-Q Chuck Bean ' K X 2:5 an F Lance Beard ' abette Becher f"" Q , S -f--' W Zghilip Bender , Q 'Si' 12 ' ' 1, Dick Bendel Q f iailiiir In 5 y' ., A Jefri Benge X 0 ,wifi . f ' ' 'K rp. . F l . " , 1, I-elf . a S Q Gay A t a"' "' N x so - ,ies ,am i f L Q fgggq:r:::::....::::bQ,,gE3iE,:g1152 . ' '3 V' ' , W- w 'JT f C 'rrs . A '+I L... ' A f ' S' S V 'J A B f if s1" All A nr' 4 f 1' f , '-T fa '1 f 'P 4 +"3f ' A ' ji .4 , ' C . 'll i l ' 1 f 1 25? i n ., ij Y A R cf-"E 'V' l Q6 4 .'l'1. 184 0 Juniors Jan Bergschneider Frank Black Lore Blackstock Elaine Blank Adrian Bleeker Jim Bloyed Chuck Blue !Dinah Boles Jerry Bond Bobby Born Ronnie Bowden Scott Bowen Susan Bowen Jeff Bradley Mike Brady .fPam Bradshaw Neeta Braunlich Mike Brewer Riding in the victory of the Canned Goods Drive are Joe Gwartney, Susan Fields and udi Owen. Bill Bryant Carol Bryant Steve Buckingham John Bucklin Wayne Buller Denny Bundy Sheryl Burdick Brendy Burgher Bill Burns Charlie Burris Laurie- Bush Martha Butler Diana Byrd Dan Calvert Chris Campbell Thomas Campbell Mickey Canoy Carolyn Capehart Kerry Cariker Dana Carlisle Jane Carlson John Cash Marc Cates Peggy Chase Sherilyn Cheatham Julie Clapp Diane Clark Les Clark Nancy Clark Sharon Clark 9 1 us e I uf ,, 7 is ff' -Q. -fi 403 If . -Up .Tig Q H' gee. r w Q ff f . - .-Ng. .fvivs 1 I fw- ,f Q, 'Q I 195 4. Jeff Briggs Harry Brighton Forrest Brokaw Mike Brown Wendell Brown Bob Bryan was 1 ' , 1 il .af C ! 1 it Q? ,p.,,L 4. -'T' J' 'wi it " 1, A 'a .. -. A f 3 av ' . ,A Q6 K .Ag W? f K' My y y Q f, . y o lg m y at - I A J, y 4. 1 in -Q f , iii ,' f1l4Ql'm H : Wil 11:21 4 1 A ' YV' WW W", U' f s. l, is 'Rx 1' ..I'7 -if J lg ,A I ,.--vi for f of L 'JP if alis B N - 7 C -J 'J' w Jr I fi 'Ui - A-3 IAA ff' . 'iv -. : xy . i f 1'-r C he ff- L 5 f 5 fd- -' 2 f 'ov , , . . ' I' ! 1, .Q A AJ, H ef o s 7,1 fO'9g. V Hoppe g"qQ K I :VV ,jx 1 1, iii J- wit J to fir fi V 1 ", ' . -'C i s A X I " 1 - 'ii' ' 'W yu il in ff C ...'1 .L , ' I Juniors 0 185 l l s ' if ,V 5 I ' lil . - 'ami .fi ., 1 B fn , -N " i it X ' s 'V f -23 7 ,, ,J -'W , . Q x ilk ' 1 -fa is X r , if V I 'Rt 4 . - wif .9 t. Q f X f"f', 5 en- - X 'cv 9 ' ' -f 5 gn ' 'S ao he M, aah Q .6 K. 5 if l N , i lls : ' -eff' , 352 ' with i ,- . -at -we-el I .af L3 l ri fl' 1 l .- -F s 1 we F? 4 -s I 1' N' Q is "' 'kk.f 1 " x if 4 . S at N' A rel l J J? Tj I ' f- x ll A l 186 0 Juniors - "' li 6 i 4 I A , we f' l C l 5 4 I 5 'Z -vu ll KC' :rg l to we W i l ' ff C W '2 -- , , .. 1:44 Q 1 E' .. ' r . V 1 +1 B l ' , , M Qi l , 5 l I It lr Susie Clark Jeana Clements Maureen Clements Becky Clifton Kim Cochran ,Laurie Cockrell Susan Cohn Cathy Coleman Colleen Collins Mike Collins Bob Collins Fransi Colpitt J Carol Colvin Connie Conine Christie Cooper Becky Coulson Trudy Cowart Doug Cox Margaret Cramer Ross Crandall Doug Crews Marvin Crisp Terry Crofford Carol Crowder Kathy Cullinan Randy Dalby Brenda Davis ,Freddy Davis Linda Davis .lim Davis Susan DeBock Becky DeLarzelere Philip DeLat1e Ginny DeMerritt Brian Dempsey Melinda Denton Jeff Digges Pixie Dillon Chris Dinwiddie Scott Disney Gwen Dopp Susan Dossey Gaye Droke f Bill Duncan Margaret Duncan Shirley Dundee Pam Easley Mary Eden if Crowded condition Teresa Evans Sylvia Ewing Mike Farmer Gus Farrar Suzan Farrar David Fenster Laura Fenster Brion Felts Debbie Fholer Janet Fielding Susan Fields Glenda Findley Kim Finley Kathy Fisher Nancy Fisher Bev Fitts Charlie Fitzpatrick Annette Fitzsimons Paul Flippo David Floyd Barbara Ford Lee Ford Sandy Forster Sherre Francis Becky Franklin Margaret French Vicki French Kris Francy William A. Freeman Ellen Friedman 43 s do not hamper the enthusiasm on the bus to Ponca City. E. QW f F l is 'S' sjv 6 X F K nf' -B .nf i f . A A. v amafai? 1? X18 , -A al L' gk 3 . Y, if' f ' ,510 fax 8 Q i w l vq L . I -I rl, .gf 1, Stephanie Eley Danny Elliott Laurie Elliot Mark Ellis Beth Erdmann Sally Estill fi? l xi I lli ' I f fm! ,.,,-.v- F - 1 Aw- . bf? 3 X- 54 . . 55 W, L - Z, .g Qi 1 ,-i- . ' fi' A Ni I", fdii Y :fr - X 1 P , 1,4 13" fflsfliissi ,fgfs ,ef-g.4' ,fa u.m,-.'31i-Z x Q 76 0 F . :L ' X, uve' 17 , A H? . , , 'IM' JP x"+'f:,.1P' is T K, I is gf I . J! lu"', r ' S . 'ck M K I 'N In ' I -6-,sh - 4,1 gi .Mtv fie . , t lnyj K . Juniors 0 l87 -Q. KT! Diversified aspects of life for Juniors at Edison are typified in the reactions of Jolene Galloway, Richard Gilmore and Jeanette Smithen. A ,Q 'may Q , 1 , - M .s fw- !-Qd A ' 'V "" 'Q 7 'S ' - , , . 'B , .X , , . Q b -37' 5 ., A . 1 , 5 g xx f i l r 7, W I 'XI 'V fi 40-l"""'i ,-1-' N I , Aer 3: . A -:sr , -.. 'W' K ,gf xii K s Vx , 'll I Y l ,. ., .- 1, 4. ,-.. ff. 1 f lt or ' , Q a-3 ll "' ,. 3 Q X N K 7 X' JP 9 Q' :-- ' , I ., ' n ,L -in f I -F K, -1' J sar y f y' W -1 -,,,LV , A ' 'if .ii.1 Jrfy 11f" K 4 K5 rid J l 188 O Juniors 'R ' 1 'V s Marian Frost Richard Fuller Holly Fultz Nancy Gabriel Cindy Gallimore Jolene Galloway John Gardner Paul Garetson Phillip Garren Richard Gilmore Ann Dee Glazer Julie Glenn Sammye Glenn Steve Goldberg Julie Goodpaster Anna Goodwin Debby Gorsuch Lynn Gotcher Mary Gowans George Graff Beth Graham Vaughn Graham Cindy Grant John Graves Bill Gray Randy Gray Jeana Green Linda Green Susan Green Teresa Green - . - MN., , ik ,Alan Heap David Griffin Greg Griffith Marsha Grigsby Eric Grimshaw .fv- Bob Groves Joe Gwartney ,...-v Gary Hale Debbie Hall 5- 3- LI . ' 4' Helen Hall Mark Hall -..uf Sandra Hall Tracey Hall , I f 4 J 5 Q Jan Hampton Carol Hansel Susan Hara fPat Harbison vj Kevin Hardin Dale Harnden W W Marsha Harris Mary Harrison Glenn Hawkins Clark Hay pe N-vf Ginger Heller r Joannie Higgins Jim Hillman ln- Q , A 2 ' Ann Hiltz ' Marianne Hinkle ' - f 5 ,A Peter Hladky S I Janine Hobbs 1:35 K M Q, we Xi ' n X Q . Peggy Hoffman T. A. Hollis Shirley Holway Marsha Hoppes Deana House Paul House 6 Stu Howard i' Debbie Howerton A , . f A Pai Huey I A h f-A nl .1 Beverly Huff f , j , , 1 Peggy Huffman . W1 3 H Kathy Hughes V. . ' 4 ' N g xr ff .K , 'ci i' a -, If "W fi ' . :J l 1 - ki' f f ' r J H f .-5 L!I:::::5 Sherry Hulsey Nancy Hutchinson fPaffi Hyden N4 M, C2 A' Kris lhrig Brian Jackson ' 0 A N ' Debbie Jacobs Juniors 0 189 A ai., at . Y S23 we s, i X 5 , 4 K vaaw . gif f, it . 1 ag' .....,, Juniors 0 190 lic a 'v X .. -Q., ...Q '.-' fi, fl' 4 ,isis 'l , I? YL ff? ' 1 ...J "F"'? J 44 r-"Y fm v-449 f ,Wk , 'I 23"- 'a+ f"' , if -- ev .av ...I 0 E 1 we John Lesch Laurie Levine Beverly Lewis Mark Lewis Cathy Liddy Mark Littlefield Nancy Jane Linde Mike Long Carl Jahn Pat Jahns Jean Jameson Steve Johansen Bob Johnson Kim Johnson Pam Johnson Tom Johnson Adrienne Jones Glenn Jones Janice Jones Meg Keeling Charles Keene Charles Kennedy Bruce Kenworthy John Keown Mike King Jack Kinzie John Kirkpatrick Suzanne Knarr Stuart Kopp Sarah Kunsman Phillip Kurtz Linda Kygar Jaquetta Laeger Tommy Lahmeyer Philip Lamb Don Landrum Laura Lanphere Deena Landes Warren Landrum Kirk Lafta Steven Learnan Diana Lee Kathy Lee Cyndy Leeper p-in Y Jeanette Losey Patty Lovellette Diane Lukken Danny McAdams Laurie McCants Jay McCormick Bert McCurley Carl McCutcheon Becky McDonald Mary McDonald Kenneth Mclntosh Linda Mclntosh Melissa McKee Dan McLane Chris McMahon Norman McNickle Arleen Mann Mary Manning Roger Manus Joanne Marks Pat Marquette Tom Marshall Jean Martin Jean E. Martin Rick Martin Robert Martin Susan Martin Sam Mason Paul Masson Neil Masters 'Tricia Matetich Bruce May Arthur Meek John Meng Patty Millerick Monte Miron students are welcomed with signs and smiles. ,re 3... K f -avi .,f- ,..-, , , --ev rr . r-vs J i W' . -A U 'V ea '25 s 7121111 ' K s ie! -il' ff YA C2 '05 ' V' ',. ai r if Af pr A. .f Q A I . n fd' 3 , A sk , .. , U , u , 2 Juniors 0 191 '3,Kf. .qv k YK.. ,JF in 'M -v ' wc, W, it , Ei N JR Q ,r I K' .X A 9 :5.l my a or L, ry, my vu- fm, s 145 .,, ' rf. 1 sf ff XA ' X f" r S' '-1 Q ,. 5 6 , . fir' f, 4 I'-er , x if EI W 'x 19 ,.,., . 'fl X K if all 4 AP A :L . 53 li Lk 192 0 Juniors Las srrffgysiis Ni' K 13 . xl f 'ww lofi, XX'! rl , Q- liz Karen Newberry Susan Newberry Steven Newsom Audrey Nicholson Donna Nielsen Gay Nienhuis Mark North Marianne Notley .M K- lipgw sa. I Q tk- Q Nw ' if .. .... X - I 2 f A- NB' xfg All I qv' "N -Q12 Q 'W .. X N If Ni x A l- as -.rg WG gi .av its we in l ,115 5. xy, 41 vb Eb., Keeping law and order at Junior Western Day Randy Gray. Cheryl Moore Brenda Moore Jim Morgan Sharon Morgan David Morris Marilyn Morris Barry Moydell Lisa Mulmed Linda Mundt Mark Munson Richard Munn Linda Muratet Marilyn Murphy Mike Murphy Phyllis Murray Mike Muse Scott Musick Barbara Mylar Ricky Nagy Sue Nash Rob Nash Lee Nation Bob Nelson Mike Nelson are Holly Fultz, Susan Knoblock Dennis Noyes ucy O'Bert J- Steve Oden James Oldaker Cindy Oliver CeCe O'Neil Coleen Osander Judi Owen Anita Palmer Donna Parker Lonna Parker Janis Pattison Bob Parks Frank Parrish Paula Parrish ,fTom Patterson Melinda Paul ,Marcia Peek Maria Perez f Patti Perryman Laurada Phillips Emerette Pierce Dick Pinkosky Bill Pitts Delisa Pope Vicki Postier Jan Pumphrey Dennis Raffensperger John Rahmes Mary Rahmes ,Mac Ramseur Linda Ramsey Scott Randall Philip Redman Chuck Reed David Reed Debbie Reed Sandy Reed Frank Reid ,fAbby Reinhard 1 Susan Reis Don Reynolds Ron Reynolds Karen Richards Pete Richter Pat Riley Debi Roach Nedra Rogers in-ag. 4 wa 3b ' ffyzv ,ao f"Ns N g.. Q Q 'T f pax N I fl f s 4 68-7 6 and U bu CJD' asf' f 8 at 1 a X at V We Qt if P- we 2 all W x 7 5 ' ' -Jima if C ii -" C f I viz: 9 e ' gi N. r- 'HGZQEMQ 71.5 'I-' 4 -A I x i i H X A , i cs' 7. ,QTQ r 5 'C f I -.J 'fig ,Q rn 16 ya' S' , 'fs remake 3 ,nu 1 ,k. ., if l .3 l A l ,--v ,5- Q., 1 r .A if 3 it Juniors 0 Students of Mr. Mack exhibit smiles of pride over their homeroom truck. y fs , 1463, ' J 4-5 I J -' ix .f ,r IE. r , ' '- if 194 0 Juniors QQ ..-4 -J f C' 'Q 4' it r Q I 4 f rf '01 X. . 1 s -. ...B Sa 1 ,mal .. 2 :Q- 4 v ' X rv .e , rf QAQ. 3 ,- If -al' 's-'4 .ki wifi ws are ., fi 'EE ,A Sl it " l ' x as ff Sandra Rogers Betsy Rorschach Dennis Ross :FUN Ji D Q '3- Q3' If . X .A 1 l F' L' Lf. k Q , . .aw , it , N115-.i 1 V, . jj .!.,1,i- 5, E is i .5- SA 'Q S , kg.: rf , . '3- ' -ln Us fa as X wi N.. :Sit , fi jf J. r r, sl s' r S S S' David Rudd Gary Ruggles Karen Ruhr Robin Russell Sylvia Russell Kendra Ryan Gale Sanford Sarah Savage Susan Savage Jim Schaff Susan Schirmer Ken Schmidt Debbie Schonfeld Brian Schricker Danny Schuman Linda Scott Mike Sears David Sharp David Sharpe Gary Sheridan Bill Shirley Richard Shoemaker Kim Shore Betsy Short Steve Sibole Joyce Sicka Susan Silver Phil Silvey Roger Simmons Linda Simpson I Susan Sinclair Karen Sinnard Rodney Slagle Mike Slankard Debra Sloan Susan Small Bunny Smith Craig Smith Don Smith Janet Smith Larry Smith f Rene Smith Stan Smith Teresa Smith Will Smith Jeanette Smithen Ken Snitz Barbie Southard Joe Spann Vicki Spear 'Kitty Spencer Marcia Spitzmiller Karen Springer Katie Stallcup ,'Deborah Stanton Frances Stevens LaRay Stewart Shelley Stewart Carol Strickland Debbie Studebake ja sy I.4u2 111' 1 1 J' f i' , C , ia- S -"i " if it 'C A l g Wir T ' , if 'ff 9 y ae 2 :E yn -...IP 1-' Q? ,,-gi 3 ' . 9 5 ftt to Robert Sturgis Cherry Summers Sharon Sumpter Robert Svoboda Debbie Swan Brian Sweet Robilea Swindell Valerie Tag Henry Tankersley Rhonda Tankersley David Tanner Carole Taylor Cindy Tennis Trudie Terning Mark Thomas Landon Thompson Phil Thompson Kathy Tidwell -.3 1 ie .4-.av !' ff "' 5 ' 0 'V' T X -at 'Z no -ca "S .ga ea. 'sf' .1 to ff-f M ,Y Six X. 0 if .a"w ii, of - fw- , -,J I pt ' , Sf, ' L . N 'Q x F J r ' I h H- pf 1 3 f ' K S 'lie fa 'ff ff '-:fi g ii.i A 'Gy 0 .4 15? R - X l if .C va " 1 -b X NL it 'v ' -.A CY, C V it S' 1 4 - A " i Nfl 2:1 , er swf I i , .X 4' I . A 5, . V. ..- Q-.S ,awe I was tw-at S y . f , ,Q ,P b we ,,,,,. ' xv ff --45 f QI-S Y 4 ' P Q A s. 7 . Q, L 1 S+ i J Q 5 f W 512' ' K Y K "ma in 9513! 1'-fp, Juniors 0 T95 Although busy with schoolwork, Laurie Cockrell still finds time to ride her award-winning horse, Lady Bug. ':"TS1 Q 09- ,fair J ,V T 'i.s- +5-ie? . , X,,'!'if:5gfJi5m't 196 0 Juniors eff Greg Timo Richard Todd Tolie Toliver Alan Tower Susan Treece Sherry Trenfield Patsy Tripp Kenny Trotter Jeannie Turley Cindy Turner Mike Turney Curtis Wade Bill Walker Susan Walker Elaine Walter Don Walton Julie Walton Debbie Wasson Jeanne Weber Don Wellendorf Melanie Wenger Martha Wetherill Dave Wharton Jeanne Wheatley David Brian Wheeler Jim Whisenhunt Susan Whitaker Marcia White Donna Whited Debbie Wiggins Phil Wilcox Gary Wilkins Debbie Williams Mary Ann Williams Tom Williams Chris Wilson David Wilson Margie Wilson Marilyn Wilson Marcia Wood Sherry Wood Patti Woodall Bobby Woodward Rick Wozencraft Edward Yankee Gary Young Reid Young Rick Young ,.,,, Pondering over the past year .. . anticipating the future this is a look at Edison iuniors. ,V W Y ' Y if Y Y? Juniors 0 I97 ips, '- F Q ac' -unsvf' Sophomore officers relax and get to know each other early in the year. Finding classes . . . yelling the loudest in Battleery . . . Driver's Ed . . . pride in the Sophs who made the team. During their first year in high school the class of '71 took part in such ac- tivities as a door decorating contest, the Sophomore Eat-ln, the foreign exchange reception, and a coke party. They raised money for their class in a new way by collecting pop bottles. During Edison Week the sophomores presented the school with a copy of a newspaper pre- served from the day Thomas Edison died. This active school term provided a foun- dation forthe many years to come. OFFICERS President . , ..... ......................... F enton Road Vice-President . . .................. Craig Deisenroth SECFUUFY V... ...... , Claire Carson Treasurer .... ........... M ike Maher Social Chairman ............ Linda Disch Sponsor ..... .... M rs. Karen McCartney 198 0 Sophomore: Fair visitors Linda Disch, Claire Carson, and Craig Deisenroth walk through the animal exhibits. vphomore Board, ROW l: Phil Cambell, Linda Disch, Sandy Putnam, Betsy xon, Terry Dunn, Dan McVay. ROW 2: Diane Hanson, Fenton Rood, Jean irtlett, Kathy Wilder, Rick Searcy, Tom Robertson, Mike Maher, Dee Young, Mary Ann Jennings, Becky Conway. ROW 3: Rick Frederick, Martha Thomas, Dale Alumbaugh, Debbie Roberts, Craig Deisenroth, Penny Marks, Jerri Glen, Susan Wilkerson, Claire Carson, Martha McGowan. f mmm Q 0 1 M lass leaders, Mike Maher and Fenton Rood, have fun displaying their friend. displays his marks to class sponsor Mrs. McCartney. Report card day finds a proud smile on Bob Williams' face as he Sophomores 0 199 , 4' r it ear Q K 'W ' 1 I i A m y , ' ff -' 'U' L x . J: if in 1 - 0 -I f '? -"' ik B. ol V- -fr I of ...Q W , Nr be M 'le .4 at 4. ,149 .3 6 ' si J-4 Q' a ...A V K 1 l'Q' ?' A ,' I by ni p ?-F i l X 1 , .Q . i4"T' ,ni i f r 1 in 1 5 1' I 111. ! . 1 ' - x 1 :K , M , 5 x X: KA 'f ui :dj ,Ig B .. Wim ex y -J 414' f I l f , 1 Ma , Q3 A M O Ca i C3111 Y rx f . B- 0, v K f Wei ,,, .r gy 'gift A a 3. 3 ,lf A. -4-it gl ll ,, r Q if wr ,f - to -if 3 L , Q -.Q - f r ze , 15' . 'G F - Y 'X U ' er x ' N L- ".., 5h 'f' . 1 200 0 Sophomores WMM We f Kim Abercrombie Bill Adams Mark Adkisson ,Donna Allen John Allen Dale Alumbaugh Mike Amelon Shirley Amstutz Danny Anctil Charles Anderson Martin Anderson Bob Anthony Kyle Armstrong Mary Ashcroft Dick Attaway Doug Auten fClaudia Avery Kerry Ayres Julie Badgerow Denise Baer Judith Bagley fBobby Bailey 1Jack Bailey ,Janet Baker fMartha Baker Mike Baker Cindy Barber Paula Barr fJean Bartlett Kurt Barron Phil Bayouth Barbara Bell fMarva Bell David Bennett Tim Benton Kathy Berry Mike Berry Karen Beverly Rick Bills Mike Black Steve Blackman Alice Blood Pat Boggs Bill Bonner Phil Booth Austin Boyd .1 Greg Boyd Nancy Bra nnin Jack Brett Deborah Brightmire Mike Brinlee ,-Leslie Broach Cadiiah Brown Mike Brown !Robert Brown Sally Brown Bob Bryant ,Debbie Buchner Brian Buck Mike Bunyard ,Kathy Burke Tom Burke Teresa Burklin wwf, .wx ,f Dennis Carnes Jeff Carroll Claire Carson David Carson Debi Carter Jenny Carter Mark Carier Pam Cassady Bill Casserly Jacki Castillo Diane Cathey Calvin Chapman Linda Chase Jeannie Cheatham Mary Cheek Kim Childers Mike Church Anne Clark Dean Clark Debbie Clark John Clark Steve Clark Marcy Clements Claudia Clendenin Linda Cobb Ronnie Cohen Gregg Coker Jolyn Cole Preparing their winning entry in the door decorating contest, Windsor Smith, Pat Lahmeyer, and Ann Alexander add the finishing touches. is 4 ' Bill Burks rr: , in Lg Bob Burrow A M, r f' Q Chris Burton ' " C ,gi " l 1 Teresa Bush Doug Butcher Jane Byars Kathy Byrne Richard Callahan Phil Campbell Scott Campbell Karen Campfield Jack Carlin RL, - .E it 5 i ' I "3 l . ' ar 'jj' -' 1 ' ' , "V f A ,V ' , " ,Z Sa 'ii -A A it ,. , 'D l 1 'I X Ike. "' , vi J.. if f -qw .. 'NE f "1 X 1 e :gg , yyir F14 wi 7 F X ,gylbi Sophomores O 201 The Sophomore foreign exchange reception gives John, Clark Parrish, Sherry Hocking, and Gus a chance to get acquarntn 3, .www it YJ iv Q X N ' Keith Colvin Eddie Comer 202 O Sophomores fl 5 l :It .an 'lf-'V ,J- 'fu .1 , . i ' Kim Conine A l ,WL Bill Connole Lf ' L Becky Conway 1 ' Chan Conway f ' ' Cathy Cooper 1 J r 7 C. Larry Cooper i Rick Cooper . :,, 1 I - ' V Rick Corgill L MQ, c, I' 1 ,mzgfx M ' Maria Cristantiello 4. ,Q 1 , . Q 'VI' A Tommy Crow g ' ' -A rri Rick Covington g F ,vi sf! 'S es A 4 2 at R+? 5 - 17" Ron Cowell Ken Cronk Trisha Cullinan David Culpepper Sam Daniel Dan Danner Karen Davis Eddie Dayton fi 'fad' .E 5 ' 'i e' .. is 'IZ' if f , aici t Susie Deatherage Marcia DeBock fCraig Deisenroth .!Franky DeLarzelere ,Debby Delk Rebecca Dellinger ,Janet DeMint . V i 1- f deg? I h Dan Denham Debbie Dicus Mike Dill Linda Disch Mary Disney Jan Doak Penni Dobey Christine Dopp Margaret Dornaus David Dorsett Gigi Downs Bob Drew Nancy Drews Jan Dudley Terri Duncan Terry Dunn Jim Dunsmore Dana Dunten Gary Edwards Jim Edwards Jo Edwards Don Eller Lisa Ellington Jeri Elliot Paula Elliot Salli Elmore Linda Emery Mark Enterline Mike Estus Claudia Falls Mike Fanning Betsy Faxon Randy Fay Mary Feldmann Jan Fellers Mark Felton Karen Ferrell Bill Fiddler Jean Flint Dewey Fontenot Ward Force Jody Ford Beth Fox 3 , a in . . ,er , Q, tw! B v. V as, iggtfgtf f' - ff? " 9 ,A g S -ri: ,,- ' F 42, ,.. F E eff faq' ,, 4 r V L A y E f N - it K . K K,- ky ' A N I lil V W.. ' 'a5,,1i.f? s l all fi s. v ,4 aj ef 13 2 A fv :A '-v y ff fs- .: ar air ,fi 5' 'I , f'! rs rv f -rg, ,Q 1. .4- M5., . - f af md- , 1 A' - I f I z .vi s J '33 ,V X - Xwfj I., rj E DVR .s ss I ,L ,gf ll K-,QV X, "f :'A1 17, Q' 3 If 1 A ,gas 3, , vi f fig N -J 0. fx l v ,I 1' tl -, F ,-. A x Q. fr' 1,73 su- ! K , Z? 's 5 .. T", ig ll i 1 5 .i. f . Q vi'-v ss A Q , ff 2: 1 . ss- rggf a.i,.?1155' g :za 'rg ,E '45, Finding the coke machine a popular gathering place, Lisa Ellington, Sam Daniel, Kathy Wilder, and Randy Fay take a break between classes. Sophomores 0 203 t a A. J ' v' in '1-" ' '--- f,.tiv'f3 l r ,,., ,, - ' iffy J ' . .af V fd 11 I ak, 6, ,, i if c 1, , 5, ,, ff 1 it .. ,ef 1. 9 'Q l. .few 152, 'Tiff I ""' ye Q5 L a , r ta -ff K M 2 i 's ,aw t W It l 1? ., If-Q A lx xl .,'A Q xfwk X hi la th ,i 1 it - of 'x L. Demonstrating quick recall of facts, Seth Tidwell, John Hanover, Sara Hammond, and Doug Hoffman represent Mr. Garman's homeroom in the high school bowl. 204 0 Sophomores nr' f ,K .i. fi' r if R, K1 ff ' 5 J ,ay kk,, ., 'Uk ,V -ai it ' """"ffff L .... , ij , K Q 1 f fx' ' W' T, lf Gayle Franklin Richard Frederick Diane Frost Pat Gallagher Judy Gasnier Linda Gayle Howard Geffen Rick Gibbon ALaurie Gilliat Terry Gilliland Jeff Gillispie Steve Gimlin Jerri Glenn Connie Goodnight Charles Green Patricia Green Bob Greenstreet Rose Gros Becky Gruhn Mike Guard Vivian Hale Mary Hall Tracey Hall Patti Hallman Marilyn Hammond Vickie Hammond Scotty Hancock Joanie Hanks Mark Hanna Luanne Ha nnis John Hanover Diane Hanson Mike Hargist Beverly Harlow Ralph Harnden Randy Harrington Diana Harris Heather Harris Kathy Harris Eldon Hart Melanie Harwood David Hawley Donna Hayes Phil Hays Roger Heath George Heller Berry Henderson Mari Hendrix Phill Henry David Hensley Bilaine Henshaw Betsy Hettinger jGreg Hiatt f,Carolyn Hill Dovie Hlnson Jan Hinton fSherry Hocking Robbie Hodge Susan Hoff Doug Hoffman Nancy Hoffman Lynda Holmes Carla Hollis Scott Holt Cathi Holtsclaw Glen Hortin Mark Hovis Andrea Hubbard Steve Hubbard Bruce Huckett Suzanne Huckett Steve Huff Van Hughes Kip Hull .J Lois Hunt Madonna Hunter Bruce Hutto Tommy Hyatt Sara lkemire Melinda Inhofe Anne Marie Jaccard Althea Jackson Bob Jackson Donna Jackson Bart James Larry James Vicky Jeffery Sharon Jenkins Jo Jennings Mary Ann Jennings Gail Johnson Leslie Johnson Sally Johnson Beth Johnston Keith Jones Scott Kangas John Keating Tim Keeling Kathy Keeling Jimmy Keithly Nancy Keller Slit if as f--Q L- 'M .yy .f L. 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I, I Sophomores 0 205 Helping to raise money for the sophomore class, Julie Badgerow, Mary Q , -,Ll A I Ann Pascucci, Melanie Rich, and Martha Thomas collect pop bottles. 55 1 llil H Wi'l 1. - 206 I Sophomores t .me-155, - Mfr: ' . . yt , 4 'vcr' 1 'fl . .9 y ,V .M es 513131 -av -.,11.- Breck Kennon Bill Kenworthy Doug Kerr Joe Kifer Amy Klasky Bob Koch Kathy Kraft Stephen Krohn Troy Kuykenclall Pat Lahmeyer Larry Laird Jack Lairmore John Lambert Susi Lambeth Margaret Lankford Lisa Lawrence Pixie Lee Kim Liebendorfer Evelyn Lile Tom Lincoln Jan Lindley Mike Linebarger Brenda Ling Diane Litson , Jim Little Kirk Littlefield Melody London Debbie Lubin Kathy Lucy .-Danny Luker Chris Lydon Kathy Lyons Mike McAllister Gary McBride Gary McClary Jim McCommas Gordon McCraw ,fAIlan McDonald Vickie McGee Steve McGowan Martha McGowen Cynthia Mclntosh Greg McKissick Mike McMahan Dennis McMahon Ron McRorey Dan McVay Mike Maher f John Maness Brent Mansur' ,f Penny Marks Tom Marshall Noel Masters Ginger Mauldin Robert Meinert Walter Mell ' 'Peggy Meyer Debby Miller Mike Miller ,Gary Mitchell Nancy Mitchell Cathey Money Mark Nlonhollon Theresa Monroe ,,fVanessa Montgomery Mark Mooney 1Matt Moore Janis Morava ,.fMargie Morgan Susan Morgan -,Sara Morrow Marsha Morris Jim Moskowitz Cindy Moss Jacquie Moyer Gary Myles , 'Margaret Nalley Sarah Nanny I Garry Nation Robin Neal f4Debbie Neck Bob Nedom fJohn Nelson Rick Nelson Rick Nelson Ronny New ,"Geary Newton Scott Nunnally Dean Nunneley Michael O'Melia Sam Osher Marcus Ozment Judy Palmer Jeff Park Tommy Parker ,'Clark Parrish Mary Ann Pascucci Joe Pattison Joyce Pattison Mike Patton Uni" U is 'TS -4-Y, ' 1 -"3 fx, vt? ,N JG if ,1 l I . ,J fi Q , A , . "' 1 ' bn it Q SJ, , - , ., .,.'?5':'.: Q 5, :Si li' 1 2 i x gg i 55:1-2 'a.y,.,.,3 Q 5 fi .4 N ey, -3 , 2 -5 M .Ja . i ' 3' H e , 1, i' svfa-ff EE c .3 .4 J fo .1 k J is ,g y li 4-.. av-1 ta -of vi' mafia Z 'X-f-' a 39 I Q x '13 rv A 129 ,. , 4. 9 1:41, .le sa w, 13 'wth -A '- 12+ Q-Q " if c lb ., M175 - -' 't :Sky ,S I ,510 .f. ,121 ,. if 1' E affe- ' "' 'fiiffifc ir? , ,qypy ,estwea-c,'r?1g 1 -A "' l -of J ,lj 1 ...P r I r 54 fl, :L ' I tv? Li J, fig' so-' adv' . .H 1-ol, xxx, J 935, . 'fs tc 1 13- , , -s 1 0 .t - M V' 0 55 dd f ai , A so . . xxx Z. ' V' "- f f ,A Y 1' I ff, J l , J' , Xu.. :L ' '-S ,rd x tr I 1 '- ,. 2 V9 . l . . , f "': J U Sophomores 0 207 i ,-C, , s cv " 5 s " " A vet. . vi I M- 3 9' t Q I f Q ? J 1, . 'Q L1 n .- cj V. XA? N gfl ff , 4' Q ' ' 4- 'K' fx I Qc, u. ., ' vii 1 ' if 208 0 Sophomores ,, ' .. ,, th ,Ja g all sill! 1 1: as J Qs my 1- l J J.-fs J 'J S J " f ' f alll., . 31 g y .V E, -wh' f fi Y ', ., ' f-T -. K I ,. V F! A . 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Rogers fjay Rolfe ,fenton Rood Barbara Rorschach jSandi Rose ,J Stephen Rose Tammi Rosenthal Carrie Ross f1Scott Ross Karen Rowland Linda Rozell Vicki Rudd Lois Ruffin !Linda Ruggles Greg Ruhr Cece Russell Jenny Russell Debi Ryan Chuck Salter Tona Sandschaper Doug Saubert Scott Savage Sara Sawtelle Sally Schoonover Rick Searcy Linda Secrist Jerry Sellers Phil Seymour Cheryl Shafer Terry Shafer Joe Sharp ,linc Shepherd .Barb Sherman Beverly Sherrod David Sibole John Simons 'Ellen Singer Jim Sipes .Marilyn Slater Jody Sloan Tom Smart ,.fBrenda Smith Jim Smith Kathy Smith Mark Smith Martha Smith ,- Robin Smith Windsor Smith David Soulsby -.-John Southern Randy Spaar Nan Speed B. J. Spellman Phil Stafford Paula Stanberry 'fJo Ann Stanley flane Stanley Sophomore girls gather to cheer football players A31 S at the bus. a+ if fe .. ,. 0 ' "S r ,g a x'fN AIM 15 X A iff , Y- ,.. l ai, t'4'P - A , 2 S J- ,, fi , ' ' Jix R ' N i ii 41.41 at 'Y , v ., , , Vkk I K .ff it x " 3 Qt gee? Q55 Q '15, a Wig ik? X 'NNW Jxb fzf i , W X we i N 'lx Q. X 1 1 fxqx, will f Nl' Vis WW Sophomores 0 209 fi S T 4 1 gl 1 41 , an .C C? 3? , , .. - f f . 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Q E ,, eggs, . 1.-rx - 1. - W.- M.--ix zilva WL or , f sv' I, fx ., Sophomores 0 21 'l Ninth grade officers take time out to oblige the Torch staff for a picture. 212 0 Freshmen The fun of superiority . . . the sadness of leaving junior high . . . anticipation wing of the air-conditioned . . . being a freshman. As the freshmen prepared to make the "big step" across the main foyer into the world of the senior high, mixed emotions were experienced. It was a year of preparatory study, coupled with efforts to serve the school through K-Club and Aquillas. The ninth graders and their sponsor, Mrs. Brown, who assumed counseling du- ties this year, initiated new ideas such as a dill pickle sale. Fun, however, was not overshadowed by academic pursuits. The ninth and eighth grade classes co-sponsored the Valentine Dance. The freshman play cli- maxed their final year in the iunior high. OFFICERS President ...,... .........,............... K cren Hidy Vice-President .... ..,.......... ,.... G e nie Griffin Secretory ..... ...... K nren Taylor Treasurer ..... ....... G cry Tennis Sponsor .... Mrs. Jerry Brown 15 Assuming new duties, Mrs. Jerry Brown sponsors the freshman cla y Jeff Abbey ,fDeanne Adkisson Mary Ann Alaback Bob Albertson Todd Alexander Dwayne Allen Chris Anderson Mindy Anderson Debby Andress Chris Antry Donna Arney Debbie Ashe Claire Avery Nancy Baehler Mary Jo Baker Paul Baker Paul Barclay Steve Barnes Randy Bates Karen Baumann David Bayles Pam Beamis Pat Beason Cyndi Beck Debbie Belcik Georgia Bell Martin Bell Murla Bender Brian Bennett Gene Bennett Wayne Bennett Rex Benway JoEllen Bevis Randy Birchfield Randy Blacet Judy Black Dan Blevins Sharon Bohning Tony Bolinger Vicki Bosley Sherry Bowden Yvonne Bowden Debbie Bower Vicki Boyles Anne Bradley Sharon Brazeal Terry Bresin David Briggs Cheryl Brogdon Beverly Brown Clint Bruce Gary Bruton LeeAnn Bucklin Becky Buffington Burr Burgher Kay Burroughs Merry Burt Mike Bush Betsy Butcher Marilyn Butler John Byrne Jacky Cariker Pam Cash "- .,, 'Is , , , X . , T3 w f ip, . ri 'K t fr if I S ' I-C T' zi I . v " f Q , - f I : , lin Aj' A L. l QJLN. - ' lxxi 4' was in f 1 A . ,igftl f U l 149,91 Lf, ff- . 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Lf fzgrliik, , is .,,,. 1 F ,lf 1 Joan Cathey Sandi Chapman !Patty Cheatham Kathryn Chenoweth Vicki Christesson Janeen Chronic Terry Clear !Kim Clements 1 Ray Clock Steve Cobb Janie Coe Shirley Coen Carolyn Cohea Freddy Cohen Gay Coker Janet Collier Gary Collins Steve Colvin Carl Coman Wayne Conway Gary Coover Gary Corgill Chris Covington Bill Cox Andy Dalby Dave Davies Glenda Davis Hannah Davis Rick Davis Tim Davis Rebecca Deal Patty Dick Bill Denny Diane Dickson Bruce Duffe David Duke Deborah Dunham Elise Dunitz Jan Edens Candy Edmonds Valerie Edwards Nancy Eisen Dory Eliot Steven Ellington Jim Emery ,-Kris Emery Elizabeth Enlow Tom Enlow Steve Ervin Pam Evans Keith Fabes Ricky Fabes Kent Farish Cyndi Farmer Gary Farrar Tricia Farrar Fred Farris Georganna Felts Gerald Fenster Brett Ferneau Miriam Ferris Sherry Fewell Robert Fields Kathy Findley Mark Floyd Lynn Fogle Mona Foster Eileen Fox Robert Fox Stacy Francis . Kurt Francy Beth Franklin David Frawley Paul Froning Kaye Fuksa Beth Furnas Richard Gainer Bob Galloway Cleab Gamble Jan Gardner Larry Gardner Karen Garrett Jim Gibbon Noman Gilder Don Glossop Greg Gotcher Mark Graham Buzz Grant David Graves Jan Gray Kathy Gray Kathy Grayson Forrest Green Karen Green Marilyn Green Carol Griffith ,aGenie Griffin Peggy Griffith Tom Groves Jim Guthrie Jim Hager Linda Hall Pat Hall Regan Hall Scott Hamilton w 1 Q l M B Q' I l , ' Q V gy , t A 5 , 1,1 tt" f , t 1 gal L I ' ' .Jw f " 'va 1 ,. K S 3 3 4, A 'Qi' Qi. - 5 lf. f -3 5 ' "-- 'I Q re- I L j f A, "'l li ,, I Fl . l i I f ff al, -,: f , if - .4 9 Ji fr 1 l AV .5 2' . 1 A ,F ' 'Q' f 'J "4 L lr 2 A A if yy , A4 , A ' . 'w V w . 'ji' M -,ag - r1t-" f I 4 V L V . .. :J ,fi if h W .1 ' 'B M ' P 1 ' 3 Q if 353 ' ' F o it - -ff Q V , In K ,' 1 ' , ' ff: V, ,'E',.?e,, ' K 7' li N 1 .1 at Q 'ENH- 1 rag F. , lli, at y .e-- .av K L: 4, . 'K , Q ': - -av fc- kr, :Vk I I A .. , fi I 1, -cv: i 1 F 1 . f 3 t Er, Q , . . Mike Moore allows Kathy McGraw to feed him a pickle. 7 A pickle sale was a new project of the freshmen. ...aiu- --u legit ly ag Freshmen 0 215 ,Q za.. 'Ll' - mmf Y ,M WE- ,,, J.. l J v-I lx' ,pr ., K : i tif at t at t .. - i if . X . it s ,, 1, , , t J g 1 4 4 g Q, -g ' , ., at I l ff: - givi- , i f Q ' ,4 'Z N 7 J ,. 'I 1 7:23, g4mij2'.:'2 'ffm ' if f. "sfo 216 0 Freshmen . .. vb ' t at -fi: fd U. NA ,F "iZT"' ,1'fl5: J t. ' "Ql,Sfl'57 ' i - ' K 'QF L . 5 .J 5. W of 2 .. C, 45.5 122 L--waiQ ,.. 'V+ ' -1 IAA Q ti :Q .. ., ' il t l ff, .1 Q77 si f H A I5 fi Q r K ,vs - A .J .is .A -ff' dz -4- 'X 5 -X c '34 0 x .il f,7 1 I' grin' P no E'-? vi K 4 , n ' 3, rf? f' Q-if . sf . V 1 I , , -+ af if-X. J. . ... ' 1 iwms. iifflflii- 'N' --E., r' ,jg t 1 ,A Brenda Hamlin Rusty Hampton Phil Hanley Rick Hiarber Billy Hargis Brenda Harrigill Susi Harrill Charles Harris Diane Hart Nancy Hatcher Pam Hatcher Kerry Hauger Chuck Hawk Marsha Hayes Rick Hebard Dorothy Helscel Sharon Hembree Jimmy Hendrix Pat Henry Cathy Hettinger Melinda Hickerson Karen Hidy Leslie Hilst James Hobgood Sandy Hocking Nelson Hodges Sheryl Hofener Steve Hofener Judy Hoffman Robert Holcomb Lee Hollifield Tracy Holloway David Holmes ,inf ,ff fflulie Holt 1133: 2. 1 1 ,cf . X , ,Z s X ,- Q9 Q fa ,. 'Z .mg ,p- I ,qi -. ll is I ., fs 1 -,J :Ani A -4- 5' S9 K iw V ' fl Martin Holt David Hood Pam Hooks Pat Hooks Elizabeth Hoppes Ronnie Howe Tommy Hubert Mary Huisak Tina Humphries Brad Hunt Cathy Idomir Tom Ingram Debbie Jackson Steve Jahns Stephanie Jatras Angelica Johnson Patti Johnson Debbie Jones Keith Kaiser Stewart Katz Pam Keeling Charlie Kimble Mike Kindschi George King Kenny King Jean Kirkpatrick JoAnn Klar Ruth Ann Kleinecke Susie Knotts f r. Turner stresses locations concerning the formation of the U.S. Government to Stew Katz and Karen Heidy. Mark Kobdish Gordon Kolpek Gary Kowalski Bruce Kraemer Bob Krohn Jim Lacey Frances Landrum Susan Langford Pat Larkin Chris Lawson Bill Lees Kip Leikam Robert Leland Robbie Lengacher Thad Leonard Gary Linde Bruce Lindley Craig Littlefield Linda Lobaugh Teresa Locke Linda Loggins Tamara Logsdon Debbie Love Steve LoVellette 1' Colleen Lucy Kathryn Lukowitch Janet Lyon Bob McAnulty ,fJim McClendon Gail McCormick ,fKathy McGraw Susan McKeague Charles McKee f6cott McKee Anne M"'iahon Mickey McMullen Sandy Mahoney Marc Mandell Greg Markert Jan Martin Arnold Mashburn Nancy Masters , 44-fx' QI an ., .a -- in: - . ..., -"' L- - .Ex I 1 gf-5 fl .1 -L -f :Lt L X: g L A W V'-I I v . ,V far?" .'s.- fi. - 'll L a qi , v , 2' , U' J- ' 4 1 H: 1 'gfgii' - ' f 4' - K 41:3 ' 11775 : L Q ,t', 455316 cultic 1 M, . V ta 1 'wfut fs. 'L av- 'Tim also Q I 'Z d., 'l 5 KWH , .s ' M Li 5 ft H x ml. i 's .5 M A-5 gg S V 1 fi F all K M M fl, ,X47 J f . ' ,, , K f 5' mf it A 'L ,gff ' , ' " M V ,Q ' Freshmen Y Q 0' I '-af, ' K 5:f,.ifffff':. we an . ' . li rig , QQ' r J 'x ' Cf, " rx if ' A we any 14 l I 4 meg 5 f , g 1 ' 'W if i 41 .,-s 1,2 g Ly 'W is I '- J f . . A- A Q .6 ' 4 A' 7 cz' x if fr i ,.. gk' 3-31 rrffzfxl? 2' , GQ'1"": 5' E, ' , .. Mateiich Pat Maiheny Jane Mauldin Becki Meek Carolyn Meinert Jerry Melone Jill Melone David Menkoff 'Phil Merry Rebecca Messmer James Meyer fStacey Meyer Steve Meyer Carolyn Meyers Edwina Middlemus Jeff Middleton Bobby Miller Susan Miller Mindy Mills Tad Mindeman Alan Misenhimer Vicki Mizel Mark Money Debbie Moore Diane Moore Mike Moore Digges Morgan ,fNancy Morgan Anne Morley Dixie Morrison Kenny Muratet Andy Murphy Pa! Murray Joyce Murrell Dan Muse Tommy Neal Cathy Nelson Teri Nelson Tim Nelson Richard Ness Kaihy Newman Nancy Newsom Alan Nichols Jim Nienhuis Elaine Nilles David Norvell Kevin O'Brian Shauna Olinger Danny Oliver Carrie Osborn Henry Osher Bryan Page Rick Palmer Greg Parker Bob Parks Pamela Patten Sandie Peek Caroll Peeples Al Pence Dan Perrin Ben Petfigrove Craig Phillips lynea Phillips Mike Phipps Sheralee Piland Debbie Pitts Chata Polson Scott Pope Kent Powers Lon Praytor Nancy Prohasku Cindy Putnam Brett Radford Robbi Ramseur Harry Rauch Laurie Ray Davis Redding Valerie Reed Jeff Reeds Jerry Reidy Susan Reinhard Patricia Rex Merrill Reynolds Barbara Richards Steve Riggs Dick Robbins Peggy Roberts Annette Rogers Larry Rogers Kathy Roller Donna Ross Marc Ross Steve Ross Greg Rowland Debbie Russell Vicki Saab Paula Salamy Joe Sanders Robyn Saubert Debbie Sawtelle Judy Schafer Kathy Schmidt Geor ianna Schott di . if 5 rex , xl., .k-' K mx ite. , . N.. Cathy Nelson, Karen Taylor and Ann McMahon visit the Closing Gap. Q lx... x-f, , . 1. , ru A 1 ll " 4' ,. 1' V3 :,, -1 fa' of t ai Q' H X-1. 'Af s ' 1? 1 is r 52 fr 5 Gifs s 3' 5 f' K' LEX 36 ,K t '? , glib C P nfs' 1 'L' f. 1 1 ki' 1 l t i fx '3 :fx II git lk :f r ' ' ' . K- kr-44 t . 11 I 'ED' sf' ' .., J Ney! ti, W 3 f 3 f 1 Q in if .infix K 4' 9 X ... A -.- ' ' ' i l Robert Schrameck be-' 5 ' ' I 4.1 fd, 'V C Debbie Scott l - 1 ' 'gy,' Q Jane Scott Steve Serage .-.ma-f R 4 iQ gg, 'Q 1 CY' ' 2 I,4,w.,, Freshmen O 219 3- Jf X L.-Ape 'ns -'L fp' Q if .Z I . Ji ' e, 1 1 , .ll 4 U ' ,l V M k.,, X A .mat W irate, S ig f Qi 19 T? tv' 1:3 -I fs ffu ,Q X 'gif -li .fr if ,X 4 ' r i ' f P' al i f N is F , e.- j, 4 iii ' X x 3 X ,3 . i i J i it it flll.1f nets. ,ir if 1 19' l , 1 ,sg 220 0 Freshmen . :, k y. 5 i 2 at it ,.c..y ,Q , 'IEW if ffl, ,- ff -7 64 A .E K Al cg., q Ui by me L f y y y an vi' ' t . 1 i 6 'Q , S V T 6 I viii j , ' 9' A . M 4 J . 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N I , 3 4 ,, as .gig .3 B Debbie Shafer Steve Shell Elizabeth Shellshear Patti Sherron Ricky Shumate Tom Sidun Cyndi Simmons Barry Simpson Karen Sipes Barbara Slaughter Bob Smart Bob Smith ' f-Ja net Smith Margaret Smith Cathie Snitz Robbie Spahr Becky Spann Pam Spellman Joe Spence Debbie Spitzmiller Kathi Stafford Jennifer Staines Larry Stalcup Mary Stallard Sandy Starr Kevin Steinmeyer Carol Stephenson Susan Stevens Joyce Stewart Paul Stone Steve Stringfield Sandi Stutsman John Sublett Jeff Summers Ron Swanson Cynthia Swindell Betsy Tarbel AfKaren Taylor fPat Tessier Gail Tharel Josh Thomas Ralph Thomas IBetsy Thompson Gary Thompson ,Ed Thornton Andy Tidwell Ruth Todd Terri Toliver Mary Torbert Kathy Townsend Gail Traughber Chuck Traylor Mark Trussell Greg Tuck Phil Ulman Susan Vander Meule Michael VanSchoyck Phil Vincent Anne Wagner Debbie Waldo Dwain Walker Richard Waller Gregg Walton FI Xi X stu ,, ., paw 1 IPF IWW Aquillas Tina Humphries and Deanne Adkison prepare names for the absentee bulletin. Michele Watkins Cherylon Watt Ginger Watts Bill Welch Annetta West Jim Westfall Ellen Wheatley Debbie Wheeler Kevin Wheeler Franklin White Marta White David Wies Richard Wilbanks Timothy Wilcox Greg Wilhoit Debbie Wilkerson Steve Wilkinson Craig Williams John Williams .Mimi Williams Randy Williams Robby Williams Scott Williamson Steve Wilner Cindy Wilson Jim Wilson Donn Wisdom Marty Womble John Woncik Cathy Wood Ronnie Wood Suzy Wood Bert Woodall Kathy Woodbury Debe Woodring Gary Woods JoAnn Woodward Chuck Wright Tony Wright Charlotte Wyrick Steven Young Kathy Zarrow -6 -X.-v 1. i- I sd' . as . z A, t My '35 as .A K , t if -Q -A ,M -4- X. 5 e E 4, ig rd xx v., K 'Pm ,Nj CT? X 31- , 7 - l rv, K W if A A , 1' A t J o , 1 3 6- Ji xx ,f fav sz I 'W ati, J' 'lf 'ff -fl fm 4-v"' YU' at fm , L -4 W C... I s i f .11 H-is 'A "VSV X , 1 I V,anrf fy B A .fide ,,, .fan 1 cz 52171111 xutlzg M Qynnll lllluzgk Qxuuulxltygtnii , .sun --- -- 3, J N 7 M M3 f ,V X , f 9 'Sf' .fi 7- . f 5 - Lf. -Q" I ' l U VIL: J- 16 -A Q 3 ,fi , 5x I I I Freshmen 0 221 -op-Mau.. gdfmgrs, s . .4 Eighth grade officers Russ Patterson, Eileen Riggs, Trena Blackstock and Max Mantooth are in a whirl all year long making plans for their class No longer bewilderment of Seventh grade . . . not yet responsibility of Ninth grade . . . this is Eighth grade. The Eighth grade year is an inbetween one, one that the class of '73 has not wasted. As experienced students in the Junior High they were given chances to become involved in school activities. The Valentine Day Dance gave the class mem- bers an opportunity to use their ball- room dancing skills. ln an election year, students were happy to be enrolled in civics and economics classes. Science and foreign language were other classes most eighth graders will remember as part of their 1969 year. President Russ Patterson Vice Presi Max Muntoolh Secretary Trena Blackstock Treasurer ..... .... E ileen Riggs Sponsor .,.. Glennis Muller 222 0 Eighth Grade Charles Adams Deana Aiken Terry Ainsworth Leslie Akins Richard Alderman Bill Allen Debbie Allen Jim Allen Gary Amstutz Carol Anderson Judy Anderson Richard Anderson Glenn Andrews Tom Anson Steve Antry Sandy Arndt Debbie Arwood Christie Ashwill Patricia Atkins Katie Ayers Garry Baehler Joann Barclay Jariel Barnes Lindsay Bates Darla Beaty Ken Beehler Melanie Beeson Bekki Belford Mike Bender Kay Bequette Suzan Berry Bob Bird Bonnie Bishop Brenda Blackstock Trena Blackstock Kathy Bloyed Kathy Bogart Cezanne Bolen Denise Boone LuAnn Bordenkircker Larry Born Yvonne Boudreaux Nathan Bowden Robin Bowden Walt Bowers Bill Bowling Janice Boyd John Boyd Betsy Bradley Bill Brightmire Val Brighton Jon Brinlee Maudie Broach Jon Brocksmith Julie Brouster Dana Brown Doug Brown Jeff Brown Mark Brown Linda Jo Browning Bob Buckingham Joe Burcham Bill Burdine ., ' pd' f :FRY 1-9- .irk If W, +1 fi Q 'Yi 'ev E '4- -.-., ,-A S I 1 no . ,L 15-nv . sf .a Q , -2 R 5'-it fx ..: y ' Liza-iriafev "fix - K it U a "" Q W4 U ,M V-eh , ,, -0 .- "H K, 'fl' , fo' I, ' f fer- .' 45'3Yf-5? 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X 6 N . , x? .. ff f .-.Q - M, .N Kay Burn Ann Burns Sharon Burns Mac Butcher Liz Butler Jim Byers Jo Cadenhead Donnie Cahill Cathy Caldwell Hal Calvert Gena Card Jennifer Carlisle Jac Carlson Susie Carnes Beth Carter Tammy Carter Kim Christesson Brian Christman Cindy Claiborne Terry Clancy Steve Clark Suzi Clark George Coen Danny Cohen Ronnie Coleman Doug Coman Janet Conner Mark Conway Rob Conway Danny Cook Peggy Cooper Carol Corbitt Valerie Cowell Sharie Cox Mike Craig Steve Crosslin Mike Cyrus Frank Dale Debbie Damon Matt Davis Marleah Deaton Ginny Deck Susan DeHoff Oak Deisenroth Lisbeth Dempsey Debbie Dill Carol Dillman Bob Disney Joy Donovan Brenda Dorris Bob Dow Chris Drews Jim Duffield Jimmy Duncan Marc Duncan Dave Edwards Court Egger Roger Elkington Ryan Ellington Jim Estus Richard Evans Rhonda Fabes Linda Fanning Karen Farish Gary Farrar Mary Ann Farren Susie Fast Sherry Fautt Cathy Felts Craig Ferris Eric Fielding Carol Findley Debra Fischbein Leslie Foltz Valerie Force Vicki Ford Randy Francis Margaret Fries Janice Gasperino Mark George Elaine Gil-liat Jim Gillespie Denny Gilmore Louis Gladfelter Kim Glazer Diane Gleason George Glenn louanne Glossop Debbie Goines Barbara Goldberg Sally Grabel ,elf , -6 4 ,G 'i . , N1 JJ! ,N Jaw' 'K Mg, Q--rf lo "V 2 X . if 1 I "4 is 3x if of xa..- r In . 'vii wr? F 1-FEB? X . , . wigs, ,, 3 . Ballroom dancing lessons are part of the fun of eighth grade. :mimaaexsa ,a1 Q in 1 . F ' f Steve Gray Helen Greenstreet Jody Greenwood Kathy Griffin Sherrie Griffin is ,J l ' -f-1" 'ffl' ' f I - ' .,., " ..-iL,5W.,.:... 1 1 'Y vs nl '7 I' .fr 'if-f gs-f 2 Q, , K is 3 I fl V 1 S Eighth Grade 0 225 as a' at A A ' CQ " l '23 - A IL nt- J 17 , 'Y- ' It uxff- K. 1 Migif i l Q L lrli A J if J '3 'l 3 , V ...P ' -.4 -Q-' 1: l"5":lll I. f L 1 . I wr UI 4 -A Q , A 4, .I K . y . 'E :fn J t H- S+ 1 ,, VW c- :A it' Y l ' ' . f if ea- J, yy ' -ff' f t Ll ,, Q z 1 N x I limi if rg 4 V -" wi, ,, H X3 K- 1 ...Q I ' , . ..., x ... ' if X X 1 .I V if 'f WA f ,I 1 sae, g as : 'K ' s ,t 1 , . -.J - nil ll -5- Of -- ff yes , ' at ik 1, I I it l . - V' x hi - " ffl ,Ar ' 226 o Eighth Grade 4 .li :EJ 5' 5 , 5, fx -y el ' ...nh l dia r ,vi 6,1 . . g an 'K'-in ey 52" 1 - .4 ee-1? Drew Grimshaw Diane Groth Allen Grubb Alice Grubb Robert Hager Terri Hancock Mike Hardison Lorri Harper Charles Harris Chris Harris Les Harvey Janet Hashagen Russell Hawkins Kathy Hensley Linda Henson Steve Higgins Renee Highfill Leslie Hocker Larry Hocking Cynthia Hollis Deborah Holt Don Hoopert Karen Hortin Randy Hostetler Danny Howe Bill Hubbell Condon Hughes David Hunt Jim Hunter Jill Hutchison Scott Hutchison Randy Hyden Jan lhrig Ron lmel Mickey Jacobs Scotty Jacobus Eileen Jahn Eddie James Ellen James Andrew Jatras Linda Jennings Ann Jewell Dan Johnson Lance Johnson Bob Johnston Barbara Jones Joel Jones Lee Jones Jon Jordon Patricia Karey Mark Kay Mike Keating Vincent Kemendo Toby Kemper Wayne Kennedy Kathy Kerr Sandy Kidd Dina Kincaid Tom Kirkpatrick Valorie Kopp Susan Kraft Cheryl Kreisvelt Brian Lebold .,.i ig i v 5. H- .,, ...eg Eighth grade girls use their lunch hour as a time for conversing and relaxing. Lisa Leikam Debbie Lewis Regina Lierly Jamie London Donna Losey Mary Lowery Lisa Lucas Jean Lukowitch Terry Lyon Jim McAnulty Jeff McCants Kathleen McGuirk John McKinney Sandy McNeill Mike McUsic Lyle Madison Max Mantooth Jan Martin John Martin Mindy Masek Joanna Matheny Alan Mauldin Patty Mauldin Bill Mesker John Miller Lori Miller Mike Miller Mike Miller Mike Miller David Mitchell Betsy Mitchell Blair Monhollon Diana Moore Lynn Morgan Cindy Morrison ,.,,4f,. , . J F3 v sf ., as 4 . J gLT,.. J A M f A , , ' .3 ,-5' .gf K 5 n s- L .f . L J L ff X ." l L ,lg l A -- i'?'P Ay . f' we f . . , . k l ' V ,sf ..,, V L :L " an l --rr gh hh J 1 73 I 5 l x X- wa V Q S 5 vw- ls gp E K""f fl. if 'FSJQIU S ' , ini L dl iff I T I ,a 1 we llll 1 ' 'S I J iiiee 4 I A in it Lill i is Eighth Grade O 227 .A Ke L -I K o ,- I A ...A -,,- I! 228 0 Eighth Grade 'Z 9 3 3 Qtr if tu t, su . sy Robert Moses Jerry Moskowitz Tom Munn Matt Murphy Paul Murphy Danny Joe Murrell Pat Murta Judy Nelson Peter Nelson Steven Nichols ,J rl ta xj B Crab P 1 as ,. K of wx- ' Sewing techniques that Glenda Parker learns in homemaking will be valuable in her later life. Scott Niemi l Bill Ni-Iles . 1, li I , 1 .sb David Nunez 'JB '77 Lorna Nunneley ,Q am od-an 4 A Gary Olds 54" Kevin O'Meilia Monty Osborne ' Glenda Parker ,wp sw X7 tr' Q5- gi Joyce Parker ' Richard Parks P Russ Patterson A K. ,N , 1 ' f.. , .- ,iv Paula Peace Alan Peeples Steve Perigen Debby Perlich Terri Perrin 1' I if .. J fri, 0 -di if, 1 vw we Wayne Petre Nita Phillips Seamus Pinion Jo Pitcher Erica Pitts Nancy Plemons Kathy Polston r Chip Posner David Powell Janice Powell Nancy Pumphrey Shelley Quinn John Ratliff Albert Ray Pat Ray Debbie Rayburn Betsy Reed Betty Reed Linda Reid Ricky Rhine Bill Rich David Richards Julie Richards Zina Richardson Eileen Riggs Joel Riley Kathy Robertson Susan Robertson Allen Robinson Mark Robinson Mary Robohm Paula Rodgers Tina Rodrigues Linda Rogers Larry Roller Pam Roper Madeline Ross Harry Rouse John Rutter Bill Ryan Keith Sackett Susan Sark Susan Sayles Sharon Schottel David Scurlock Barbara See Janie Semke Trudy Shafer Barney Shields Bill Shingler Robert Shingler Lynn Shouse Nancy Sidun Steve Singer Susie Singer Sharon Sipes Shelley Slagle Debbie Smith Kelly Smith Kipa Smith Marsha Smith Robert Smith Jeff Snider David Speegle Chris Spencer Steve Stamper David Steele Nelson Stephenson Jane Stevens Ricky Stone -P7 ,,, f A Q rl' Q l sd W L? 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Y- vfz I l l Tal i -4-it F l as 1.4, ata' .QF A A if I ' - 8 A 5,4 'gy I . . , K :ll I Clip' A If v i Sm 'f . - 'I-me K i . . , g k g g at X9 T . 5 we fe .WJ V' ti.. -'Z S l f-Eg 3- S S J-S Z i gm, x ' I 'V 'sw W K W, fn- of T ,mf ,H , 'K , I' f I f IM f 5 G- ' 2 ' 'rid J -E31 ' it ,S 51' '27 1 ..i Xi of 1: -va 4 'vw ,, , - Y ' in' . tzlv- T v Jw I 1 ' X ,X , fix i f T i T T , ,ff K , 3,513 K ' QI' ' Q ,Q gf elk' I . lf. "" -"P f ll- "' " 'Ti QTL Vzlh 5 TVV I K , its T2 li, I ' ff- ,i WFWWK 4 , f " EV' is " Vai-.11-4645 T g W Q,afgm,,- ' N 'Mm , FQXMY V A ii I: f ' , K our 'T 9 V . 5' ,. Nwpff s .-1. 3 N A - . , " :12 1 J' , it- I , -' M-ff, . fi AA , T3 230 O Eighth Grade Cyndy Strickland Jay Strickland Bob Studebaker Ricky Stutsman LaNelI Svoboda Mark Tabor Leah Tankersley Lara Teeter Tony Terhorst Sheldon Terning Mark Teter Mark Teter Linda Thomas Peggy Thomas Timothy Thomas Diane Thompson Karen Thompson Nancy Thompson Cyndy Tidwell Sharlene Todd Barton Torbert Norman Tracy Pam Tripp Frances Turner Mary Turner Brent Turney Mark Twyman Pam Vesley Jeff Vogel Bob Volpe Laura Wade Suzanne Wade John Wadlin Mark Wagor Vikkie Waibel Sheryl Walsh Lynn Wardlow H. B. Warren Jim Watt Gary Waul Lori Weaver Mike Weaver Julie Webb Jack Weber Jim Weems Roxanna Weir Jim Welch Randy West Pamela White Sheryl White Clay Whitten Betsy Wilhoit Jim Williams Cyndy Willis Mike Wilson Debi Wise Jennifer Wise Dan Withington Mimi Wixson David Wolf Don Wood Patricia Wood Rieger Wood Kelley Woods Chris Wool Randi Wright Jesse Wyrick Barbara Young Carol Zayat If Science class provides questions and answers for the inquisitive minds of Jerry Moskowitz and Paity Mauldin. 4 if X , I , K ' Eighth Grade 0 231 vi. A Seventh Grade Board ROW 1: Lance Williams, Ben Kemendo, Sue Ellen Glossop, Schrier, Susan Tessier, Tom Baker, Diana Schurch, Megan Bryan, Robin Klar. Peter Robertson Jimmy Smart, Becky Redding, Pam Lewis. ROW 2: Randy The uncertainty of Change . . . 1ntr1gu1ng experiences . . . a step toward maturity. The seventh grade was an enriching experience for virtually every member of its class. Lasting and rewarding friend- ships were established, as were a va- riety of interests, both scholastic and rec- reational. Seventh graders took advantage of opportunities, as independent young adults began to develop. The seventh grade elected a board to govern their first year at Edison. Mrs. Zoe White, class sponsor, worked with the board members to plan activities and acquaint the class of '74 with Edison. Seventh Grade Sponsor ........... . ...... Mrs. Zoe White Chairman of the Board .... .... S ue Ellen Glossop 3 . 1 fs- ll A " .XM j z' 'T 1 1 4 4 ,.,.,. ..... Q With the help of The Guiding Light, Mrs. Zoe White familiarizes new stu: with the standards of Edison. Cindy Abbey Denis Abercrombie Kim Adams Candy Adamson Terryll Addison David Alaback Harry Allison Randy Anderson Dara Andress Greg Armstrong Donald Arney Julie Altman Janice Bagwell Kenny Bailey Frank Baker Randy Baker Tom Baker Bobby Ball Karen Barber Nathan Bardgett Robin Barnes Lisa Barry Sherri Bass Carol Bays Linda Beeson Lisa Beeson Virginia Bell Terri Belt Chris Bendel Mark Bennett Lori Benway Dennis Bernier John Bewley Hal Biggs Denise Birchfield Karen Bitzer Jane Bloomquist Michael Bohning Elizabeth Bond Robert Borochoff Bill Bowen Eva Bowen Libby Bowman Tami Bradley Mary Brannin Paul Breeding Phillip Brewer David Brigham Marla Brogdon Steve Brouster Jim Brown Mark Brown Megan Bryan Mark Burroughs David Busch James Bush Judy Butcher Richard Butler Kevin Caldwell Warren Camp Chuck Campbell Jim Campbell Bobby Card I l it is s1...-A ,V -Q' A A 59 we 3 ly A , sg, 'R fij 'wi gli .3 'str sf S Q-S54 A 5. ' X -La, il 2 A uv sf' , if ' ," 1 ' -v u ses' Q . 1.17 K -Y K 0, X 'D 1 0. , -... , 1 "' f If f . i 0.4 ' -F "Y 'Al u . 4 .. U see, ,. "f I v if - I at ,wif QE 4 .- Ne as vi 4? li ,Q .A 4: X 'Cf .J-. ...., A., -, 'A9. i .t wq f . if . t ,i I' If g ss U-Q , . A 'sg - Q. z I f :Wg f. y " . a Y' B - 'gg 55 i i ,L I .aw S 1 17 Seventh Grade I 233 Becky Little and Jennie Tanner prepare their cooking proiect. , M 'ia P in i -5:' Z. 2 ff4 - x fl ilgll vp .40 L-:yn if' - .. f .J M. A4 s. .,- 3 -5 . as S! ' f 'Qs if J f '4'b- ll 234 O Seventh Grade Wy C x J.. t 3 ., , - av f K . C . fi", ir + ,. , kg .A .3 . , ,.i,, ., 1 r Q 5 e.. , A at i i re i - B , J A C 1' 1? by I in rf- si- Mi g 5 ' - pt NJN Nj . 'ba A Hi . C , , H. iff if l ll' iq , Ee ,. ' -5 TQ f " QL 0-17 ' 4 i i-'A A' 'L vi.: I ., 1, 'lf fi . I ' ,. Q iw 'Y el-M D 1 4 4 i , 1 . f d it 5 V E' y -. if 1241 3, t i 53 A 'Ks K 1 I J 3 5 e M.-9 mf Cf! + , 1 Jim Carlson Lisa Carroll Cassie Carter Matt Cates Pam Cathey Mike Cavert Linda Cella Carol Clark Kenneta Claxton Jill Clements Rosemary Cline Sandy Coe Julie Cohn Rusty Coleman Kim Collett Ken Collier Robin Collins Chuck Colpitt Clyde Coman Frank Coon Carol Coover Carol Cordell Denni Cox Frank Cox Cliff Cowan Wendy Crager Randy Crews Teresa Crossland Linda Cyrus Ted Daniel Debbie Davis Kim Davis Meg Dellinger Dean DeMerritt David Deshane Debbie Devasher Charlotte Doak Bonnie Downs Cindy Draper Howard Duck DeDe Duffield Robert Dunham Scott Dunitz Ronny Dunton Mike Durbin Duncan Duvall Bill Effron Rex Ellington Royce Ellington Stephen Ellison Diane Emery Randy English Jeannie Enlow Marsha Evans Bob Fabes Sandra Farrill Danny Feldmann Glenda Feller Connie Fewell Danny Finnerty Jan First Dawn Fleming Cathy Ford Mark Fogley Suzanne Franklin Alexia Fredrick: Julie Froeb Mark Fuller Marie Gabriel Cory Gamble Mark Gannaway Jimmy Gardner Lucia Gary Mark Gassaway Nancy Gelonek Lee George Laura Gerchman Chuck Gibbs Mike Gladson Lisa Glenn Sue Ellen Glossop James Graham Ronnie Graham Gayla Grassman John Graybeal Susan Grayson John Green Mark Green Susan Green Janet Greer Tom Grigg Jimmie Grimm Paul Grossbard Steve Guard Lewis Guthrie Robert Hale Elizabeth Hall Sharon Hallman Douglas Hamlin Lori Hanna Tim Hannis John Hansen Karena Hardt Dean Harms Mike Harshaw Doug Hartson Gordon Harwood Bob Hebard Bill Heller Pat Henry 555 aaa .5 C,-f van 4 ' L wg, I , 4124 ' - 5-fl. MA, ,,4.,-,Lx 5.4 ., 'K .jg 1V-.Q ,' 'i '. ..v.v 'J ,'i7' E. .n 3 V 7 " "iff: 1 I . 'LE " 'W-iii'-'5.'i'i A ',' ,gg-vu. .I 4? x E10 W ,Q M is., 5 .4-'W .'.,.. , '3' a A' J s , X aa.. Magi' " ' at ,f ,'-. 5 f 1 X 44- , 1-1, it 'U M , -4 rr Xfr 133' QSM ff? l 5 f '44 Ji f X,.,- Mist' if Q , .J k -, -vr 4 r P' sz. N- Xl - 1 -ff , xx I V sn! , P' ,Q v., an L3 u 'I "1'. . ,,:'.,m..,jg,fjf,jf g f3""1,.n1f"uf"f' "'i"mi..,."1,f.' , .ma . ,5 sxxar, ,, dv L uk? lil 1'--, 'T' r f' f f" i"5','h' l ', I I kb 'o X "f1rF?sf1 .ov gfvk " X JJ. X if Q if l l Y M. Y L ' I 'x -Q vw A ' w .Q ,ui K J 'Hb . ,-.. 1 . . ,J -..V - 2 C' X f , al . C , , TN ' L an I G V f I lx'-Q . ,-. .:.. is irfie f D El m 'ivlt' . P if lidlflfilfii , , 8-.M llbl ...3 ri .A 2 K. 'A , , -i q-7 . f X C to 'LSL f y J s ' f ' 1 1 Seventh Grade 0 235 uses .. , rw' Q mfs' ' NW . 9 45 4 1 ' ' is ,Z iQ,.,,.. q yi- .Q , fi-..,' 'f,".,4 ' my num, 'nf 9. Ai lm, um' 0.33,- .-..' . 5' ,,x ar ' 'is A M wwe' j ---ur 4 sf . 'fi it , , ',1,- - 5 236 0 Seventh Grade JMJ if if ff- 'Pk 54 121, V f , 'i N lib Chris Jones Dori Jones Larry Jones Sharon Jones Tamra Jones Melissa Kallay .2"5ai1 ar ,. r". L i -.NA rs , x I XXX-f 'Z , , .Q U. Q ' .f 53,9 1' if -' we fasff assi' A 'fi-4 a pumpkin, Lisa Glenn, Pat Roach and Mary Sue Meyers prepa " lief. , fv r 5-1?ff9 - f' Phil Hensley Chuck Herbeck Dayne Herndon Midge Hettinger Ron Higbee Cynthia Hilst Bobby Hiltz Mary Hoff Jim Holder Scott Holder Mike Hollifield Mark Holt Tim Holt Andrea Howard Kathleen Horning Julie Hubbard Pam Hubbard Clint Hughes Lisa Hulings Howard Hultgren Mike Humphries Jeannie Hunsicker Jeff Hunt Tim Hunt Kurt Hutson Marilyn lnhofe Linda lott Danielle Irvin Mark Jack Mike Jackson Fowler Jacobs Chris James Steven Jennings Candy Johnson Deana Johnson Debbie Johnson Karen Johnson Kevin Johnson Lisa Johnson Mike Johnson Ted Johnson Phil Johnston re for Halloween. J V "W C . if R1-:'A1ri'l'rif-'E '. 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Kathy Kaiser Michelle Kelly Ben Kemendo Barbara Kennedy Steve Kirkpatrick Robin Klar Walter Kleinecke Don Kobdish Kenny Koch Harold Kunkel Loyd Laney Mark Landrum Karen Laughlin Gordon Law Gary Lee Meg Leonard Chuck Lewis Pam Lewis Doug Lindsey Jayne Liddy Suzy Lipe Becky Little Jennifer Little Cindy Logsdon Hal Lofton Karen LoVellette Mark Lubin Rich Lucy Roger Lumley Claudia Lukken Stephanie McAfee Judy McClendon Brett McCormick Teresa McCraw Cecilia McDaniel Sandy McDonald Sally McGoffin Scott McKeague Dena McKee Mike McMahon Kathy McNeill Steve Maley Beth Mandell Alene Marcum Orena Marler Bitsy Martin Denny Martin John Martin Paula Mashburn Cynnie Masters Niles Masters Mitch Matheny Lisa Mathers Roy Meade Paulette Meister Chris Meng Tom Merrill Thomas Mesker James Meyerhoff Mary Sue Meyers Anne Miller Georgia Millikin John Mills l ' A 4 lg l as i , 251.1 I 4 A in FJ' I ll i .A f, -... - i' -'Ax ,z t H9 nf ff? "" J' a if . a 4 ,tyf I V! ..,r JMS r l ix -, ' is - ...sa z .i N R Z . . 39' 'Y .-7 G? -,v 'Z' Q . ,asm 0 X Jlan..Ii'f1 Qs ,fi if '- 7 tg .1 I '33 A fr K' W 3- ul -.9 ry x., 4 J ga 1'Y- ya .3 iw' Q-f ,Q . Q, can f '5 , ff 't 4 .Q , K J . A -0 AA K s ' Q .L l 'f S -sa. 'fl QX L X H -'Q T s S a at , .MM ,Y I ft ll , l,' i "" , if 2' . J J til' ii I if an A 4 .fig 5 WPI 0 4- JL 'S' 'A au- Q "- . . '17 h N, T' , 1.4 "' ' M f ' Y -' K- , - '27 ,tx i- L- ' wwf' 9- ' 'V t e ,lv I x ' fi eff 'W' 'Q ' I A I W ii ' 1' 5 . A - 'fo' 14 f X I Va- -f K ,. -A Vi A . 'T A - -' wx 1- " ' . - .S . N' . .. , ' fi? ' l i . YV 4z:,..f, ffT f " ' ": j ' 35.45 A ' 'V . inf' . n 1 ., X If 1 fa if l ie ri H. l , 'C' if C , ' 'f as ,, - i , . J' , A A mm ff , . -- f 1 -'30 ,gv., . , egaifflfffg I ' ' X H Q . V pn'-.4 :jgfzfg . ' I f f - al, , 2 yi , X . ,Q ev- ' x. " q r A A ' A , "' 5 ...-an .W V, A i 4, L., ' iv ,. Xb: 1 A 4 if 7 K A h 'VW' . 5 , . f f M ali' ' A iii 1 5 L Seventh Grade 0 237 -4 , -4+ Y -frfzp iff SE ,F 'wav- P . -J-i A mf, 9 - vi R t A , -i l A ' . 4: C, ., I as l Us do 1 I M 4 ,JL Ei' 'Ji ri .4 , ,:, A A 1' rf-Q i W , s., -4 4 , . . 4' Q l i 'vu rea J 1. 'f I 'K r aw. , FZ' rg 1 XX .1 , A is ' j gf if , x a W wbgi or ' S. I fig fxs wk' - - as .n",:' l. 238 O Seventh Grade Karl Mindeman Linda Montgomery Mark Mooberry Gregory Moore Sharon Moore Wes Moore Kevin Morris Marsha Mullenax Greg Myles Yolanda Nava Vicky Neck Mary Nee Jill Nelson Norman Nelson Dean Ness Greg Neville Rebecca Nichols Blake Nicholson John Nielson Madelene Niemi Marcheta Nix Nancy Noel Bob Olinger Ann Oliver Sharon O'Melia Bill Orthwein Bryan Oumitte David Owen Carrie Palmer Mary Beth Parrish Sandy Parrish April Patterson Sherri Patton Lindi Peek Reica Perkins Mark Petrie Greg Phillips Jayne Phillips 'David Pitcher Pat Plumb Billy Poertner Vicky Pollock Cindy Poison Phillip Pool Janette Pope Tora Powell Danny Prohaska Terry Putnam Tina Rauch Connie Rausch Rob Rausch Margaret Ray Rebecca Redding Lillie Redfearn Meredith Reed Larry Reeves Alan Reynolds Darcy Reynolds Terry Rhoads John Richards Mary Richey Patricia Roach Pat Roberts LV' ice and flexibility are essential for Lisa Barry and Kim Davis to excel in gymnastics. Stephen Roberts Susan Roberts Wayne Roberts Peggy Robertson Peter Robertson Mark Rodolf Valerie Roesler Brad Rogers Claudette Rogers Loni Rombach Gay Ronck Mark Ronck Jim Root Sara Ross Kathleen Ruhr Herb Ryker Gretchen Scheurich Randy Schreirer Diane Schurch Terri Schutt Larry Seale Stephanie Seaman Ray Secrist Kathy Seigel James Serage Lane Seymour Ronald Shafer Mike Sharpe Bret Shellmore Rex Shelton Lynn Shepherd Sue Sheriff David Sherron Cindy Shockey Susie Shoemaker ,Wu ,V 2 1 . 1 Fx, gt . , ttf F i J at 1? A 1 F , 5, 1 an -.., A., H, -L ai I 45 -. lf 4 M 3 . S 'fe' We x I X1 ,Ia-194 L17 MN' ., lr, x X1 i A3 , , Q f 1 xy, .. in ft it ,4 l we I - ll '7' 'Z ,Q ai S P , t Q wt. , A , , , li lv: Hi 47112 i5. M 532:51 ' fl if . A f fr 'rf ,F X 1 A l gy 'ff ,, ,L ,-an X .J -0 you ay f , . .-.V is K 'Z 'K V, 'Wersi Seventh Grade 0 239 'A t so 2, ,11-i L-..,, gl, -.-w GF at L--Q OD' 16 its 5 Lunar 'F ff , 1-.a 1' X'.,- , 2 gi L. ll fi ' jf' Q.. lb 240 0 Seventh Grade .1 K rdf' t va Patel! L" if li T " S . Q ,131 ww ,J 'I L, gg!! f 1 Li A 6 'ts 'itc- .ix N af. 3 5 J LA 'ii Q :z f I LZ' an KL.- N L K. Q, T 1 1 3 ew, 1,13 an Lt -.fm v v K we 1 gay , l 'O g A ' 'M L ,L ZF, 2 ...ff- " , I 5. mf , Q4 .- it ,A L L , - L ,, ,., L 'U I QL L I vi, :'uw,, av - fl 1 it L, L ilk L L " if ' Ctfill .i sl i ' I W I : gi 51- T' t my 1 !'...e , - ' T L 4 T E ,Q L L 5 Li Carl Simons Debbie Simpson Jerry Sims Shawna Skinner Kevin Slater Kim Slater Jim Smart Rodney Smith Terrie Smith Jamie Spahr Jeff Spence Mike Springer Lanilea Stalcup Jeff Steinmeyer Howard Stevens Jan Steward Elaine Stith Nancy Stock David Storts Maureen Story Mark Stout Chip Stratton Steve Strozier Clay Sublett Nicky Sullivan Dick Sutterfield Janet Sweeney Jennie Tanner Wanda Taylor Mark Teeter Gail Temple Pat Terry Susan Tessier Cindy Thomas Dina Thompson Donald Thompson Julia Thompson Keith Thompson Mary Thompson Rhonda Thompson Charlotte Thornton Mark Ticer Patty Tillison Andy Townsend Mark Traylor Pam Treece John Trinder Marsha Trowbridge Shelly Trussel Peggy Tschappat Edward Tuell Dale Twilley Tracy Tyler Jilda Unruh Lynette Vale Bill Vandever Cary VanSchoyck Randy Vincent Bill VonDrehle Mary Vruwink Sydney Walenta Wendy Walters Paula Warner lt'- l 'NZM' N.. Already showing enthusiasm, David Alaback, Carrie Palmer, and Kenny Koch support the Eagles. . N X gf: if I fl' 430' :uri UU Aiwa ......, 'im i -15" ' Ronald Yott Stephen Yarton Bruce Zwahlen JW: in S a- K 1 . 5 x .af- x -ad Q . .ts K. li 'ist ig , 'ey Susie Watson Julie Watt Tresa Weir Lynn West Lynn Westfall Ed Wheatley Cathy Whisenhunt Kenny White Patricia White Mike Widmar Cherri Wies Mike Wiggins Mike Wilcox Mike Wilhite Brandon Wilkinson John Wilkinson Randy Willhite Rhonda Willhite Kenneth Williams Lance Williams Larry Williams Mark Williams Robin Williams Randi Williamson Martha Wilson Nancy Wilson Charles Witt Bruce Wood Jeff Wood Ricky Woodring Donn Yott Seventh Grade 0 241 3 I 1 l "The greatest man is he who chooses the right with invincible resolution, who resists the sorest temptations from with- in and without, who bears the heaviest burdens cheerfully, who is calmest in storms, and most fearless under menace and frowns, and whose reliance on truth, on virtue, and on God, is most unfal- tering." -Channing The Torch is a record of Edison and as such, it is not a common practice to ded- icate this public record to one individual. Yet to Mr. Lewis D. Cleveland, a person committed to education, we proudly ded- icate the 1969 Torch. He is a man whose enthusiasm is not only for the learning process but also for the individual who is involved in this process. His pride in Edison is enormous, yet this feeling never prevents him from demanding correc- tions or suggesting improvements. Mr. Cleveland considers Edison an academic community of those who teach, those who learn, those who grow intel- lectually. In the years to come our lives will revolve around other centers of in- fluence. We will wonder what made a unit of time that will have a special place in our memories. lt will be more than a term paper, a football game, Edison Week, an instructor for a moment you will recall that you be- longed. Mr. Lewis Cleveland, you, also, will always belong to our memories of Edison. June Richey .. Paula Shapiro .. Jeff Alexander .. Chuck Hickok .. Danny Schuman .. Jeff Alexander .. Sue Bankoff .... Linda Barry . . . Diane Block .. Nancy Clark . .. Joel Cohen . . . Cathy Coleman . Lee Ford ..... Judi Garner .. Julie Glenn ... Susan Hara .. Chuck Hickok .. Jeff Kowalski .. Patti Perryman . .. Bill Russell .... Gale Sanford Ruth Shapiro .. Pat Stanfield , . Eleanor Weisman Jeff Alexander . Kathy Mixon .. STAFF ..... .. . Faculty Advisor Editor . . . Business Manager . . . . Associate Editor . . . Photography Editor . .. Sports, Sophomores . . . . , . Organizations, Seniors . . . Student Life, Seventh Grade . . . . . Administration, Seniors . . Administration, Sophomores ..... . . . .. Sports, Seniors . . Organizations, Eighth Grade . . Organizations, Ninth Grade . . . . . . . . . . . Sports, Juniors . . . Honors, Seventh Grade . . . Organizations, Juniors .. . . . . . Student Life, Seniors . . . Student Life, Eighth Grade .. . Organizations, Seventh Grade . . . . . Administration, Freshmen . . . Sports, Ninth Grade . . . . . Honors, Juniors . . . . . . . . Honors, Sophomores . . . Organizations, Eighth Grade Photography . . Photography 244 O Acknowledgements i 'f,- :ti,2.Ifg ,tV-kkWV S .. I Q nr V C it - as rrrs 1 et,' 5 lt has been a time of change. Exciting develop- ments and modernization, not only in school but also in our society, are reflected in the youth of today. Keeping up with Edison students' tastes, many new and different techniques have been incorporated in this book. For the first time the color of the cover has not been the traditional school colors but brown with a gold wash, colors which give the book a richer appearance. Both the color and texture of the paper have been changed to complement the cover and to produce a book which more clearly reflects the modern approach of Edison students to life. The type is new, using Spartan for a cleaner style and easier reading, Running headlines have been omitted for more interesting sentence fragments, printed in 18 pt. Melior CLC. There is almost twice as much color employed while using pictures overlaid in art conversion on division pages. lt is difficult to imagine how much work goes into producing a yearbook of high quality. Requiring much outside and classwork time, deadlines which occasion many tense moments have to be met. Each picture must be planned, copy written, and layouts drawn, which are not only different but also in keep- ing with the plan for the book. Then there are the catastrophes which occur, when we find a school photo camera has not been working all day, when rolls of film are ruined in the developer, and when pictures constantly have to be rescheduled. But these incidents only draw the staff closer to each other in being even more determined to create an excellent yearbook. Of course none of it could have been done without our Taylor representatives, Mrs. Lu Carroll and Mr. Barclay Curtis who gave us advice and made sure our copy fit. Special thanks also go to Mr. Woody Gaddis for photographing many of our color pictures, often on short notice, and to Beverly's, Englers, and Enterprise Studios for their understanding in printing our pictures. This year's cover was designed by Chuck Hickok. The Torch has tried to portray a complete look at Edison and its activities. Perhaps through these pages not only the outstanding events but also the small everyday occurrences will be seen and recalled. We hope that through this yearbook the spirit which is part of Edison will be recognized and that each stu- dent will be able to say, For A Moment I Saw. x ,R X c. .- ' :Q-Y' .. wir ua is -at 'Q T .1 g '1VS':TE1-'544f..5 N 'E- f'X".s5-fiffilf Q 1 v - 1 .ixi"f?, "?'.A'2'S'-AGL ., 1 ""':5"i'5Q " If Z1 ,N X1-, Q "dl lf,"?,:g7e'. 1 . , swf T . Fc. t ' ' f -' ' I ' . - , , . .... ,......,..4w.,....kgigqc eg. G . R X i. ....5..,, .. .vi s T i E he .- -K . - . .,1--a1.,Q1- L-.fe-1 f. .ek.j,ff,-wc: . 1 1. ,:f.s-zwzf-,.f 1 - 'an gf , -- .... - Y . - . ' -- , H 1 f ' - . f ' Q 't1'fi22Q D 9 - fe' T . G . t .Q ' U i . i ss ' 'ss - .lf S - . ig T T ' y ,...,, . 1 85,2 9 S . D ,- . . - .. ' .-- . c E 91.99 . 9 -f f., 'X il it E iillfii ifksm if S ...., Q it L . Ng i . ' .1-- .' '- ff E " . Y S . si, ,gc Acknowledgements 0 245 A Abbey, Cindy 171 74, 233 Abbey, Jeffrey 191 213 Abercrombie, Denis 171 77, 233 Abercrombie, Kimm 1101 200 Abshire, John 1121 70, 71, 158 Adams, Bill 1101 86, 200 Adams, Brad 1111 184 Adams, Charles 181 223 Adams, Kim 171 233 Adamson, Candy '71 74, 233 Addison, Terryll 171 74,233 Adkins, Christine 1121 158 Adkins, Kathryn 1121 158 Adkisan, Don 1111 184 Adkisson, Dianne 191 52, 213, 221 Adkisson, Mark 1101 95, 200 ADVANCED ORCHESTRA 76 ADVERTISING BOARD, JR. HIGH 57 ADVERTISING BOARD, SR. HIGH 56 Aiken, Dena 181 74, 223 Ainsworth, Terry 181 76, 223 Akins, Faren 1121 49, 71, 15B Akins, Leslie 181 223 Alaback, David 171 54, 77, 223 Alaback, Mary Ann 191 54, 62, 76, 213 Baehler, Baehler, Duane 181 223 Nancy 191 52, 62, 213 Baer, Denise 1101 200 Baer, Korleen 1121 40, 42, 159 Bagley. Judith 1101 200 Bagwell, Janice 171 77, 233 Bagwell, Steve 1121 158 Bailey, Bobby 1101 73, 200 Bailey, Jack 1101200 Bailey, Kenny 171 77, 233 Baker, Barbara 1121 40, 158 Baker, Bev 1111 48, 49, 55, 184 Baker, Frank 171 233 Baker, J onet 1101 200 Baker, Martha 1101 56, 73, 200 Baker, Mary 191 52, 213 Baker, Mike 1101 73, 200 Boker, Paul 191 50, 213 Baker, Randy 171 233 Baker, Sherry 1121 158 Baker, Stephen 1121 158 Baker, Tom 171 233 Baldwin, Gary 1111 lol, 103, 184 Bolfe, Terry 1121 38, 40, 158 Ball, Bobby 171 233 Boll, Margaret 1121 158 BAND 7, 77 Albertson, Bob 191 75, 213 Alderman, Richard 181 223 Alexander, Ann 1101 42, 55, 58, 201 Alexander, Ashley 1Fac.1 68, 69, 70, 71, 144 Alexander, Jeff 1121 48, 158 Alexander, Kenneth 1111 184 Alexander, Larry 1Fac.1 40, 136 Alexander, Todd 191 213 Alford, Amy 1Fac.1 150 Allen, Bill 181 223 Allen, Cynthia 1121 158 Allen, Debbie 181 76, 223 Allen Donna 1101 200 Allen' Dwa ne '91 213 i Y Allen, Jim 181 223 Allen, John 1101 200 Allen, Sherri 1121 158 Allen Stephen 1121 158 Allison, Arlen 1121 44, 81, 83, 120, Allison, Harry 171 77, 233 Allison, Mary Beth 1111 184 Altman, Julie 171 50, 233 Alumbaugh, Dole 1101 86, 199, 200 Alvarez, Nelson 1111 184 Amelon, Mike 1101 200 Amstutz, Gary 181 76, 223 Amstutz, Shirley 1101 71, 119, 200 Anctil, Danny 1101 73, 86, 200 Anderson , Carol 181 223 Anderson, Charles 1101 95, 200 Anderson, Chris 191 52, 213 Anderson, Dana 1111 184 Anderson, David 1111 184 Anderson, Judy 181 223 Anderson, Martin 1101 73, 200 Anderson, Michele 1121 158 Anderson, Mindy 191 52, 213 Anderson, Randy 171 233 Anderson, Richard 181 223 Anclress, Dara 171 53, 74, 233 Andress, Debby 191 75, 213 Andress, Tuck 1111 37, 38, 40, 70, 184 Andrews, Glenn 181 223 Andrews, Mary Jane 1121 158 Andrews, Natalie 1121 158 Bankoif, Sue 1121 58, 158 Barbee, Nancy 1Fac,1 62, 150 Barber, Cindy 1101 63, 200 Barber, Debbie 1111 184 Barber, Karen 171 233 Barclay, Joanna 181 223 Barclay, Paul 191 213 Bard, Carol 1121 159 Bard, Mary 1111 184 Bordgett, Nathan 171 53, 77, 233 Barnard, Diana 1121 159 Barnes, Jariel 181 223 Barnes, Nelda 1121 159 Barnes, Robbin 171 76, 233 Barnes, Stephen 191 76, 213 Barnett, Cathy 1111 184 Burns, Don 1121 160 Barns, Ronald 1121 159 Barr, Paula 1101 56, 200 Barron, Dick 1121 159 Barron, Kurt 1101 72, 200 Barry, Lindo 111143, 184 Barry, Lisa 171 233 Bartlett, Jaan 1101 46, 73, 199, 200 Bartlett, Joe 1111 37, 184 Bartlau, Paul 1121 159 Bartosovsky, Gary 1111 184 Bass, Sheryli 171 233 Bates, Bill 1121 159 Bates, Lindsay 181 74, 223 Bates, Ra. dy 191 65, 75, 213 Batten, Gary 181 75 Bauer, Alice 1Fac.1 138 Bauer, Phil 1111 184 Bauman, Adele 1111 72, 184 Baumann, Karen 191 213 Boyles, 191 76, 213 Bayouth, Phil 1101 73, 200 Bays, Carol 171 77, 233 Beach, Charles 1111 71,184 Bei-iiid, Brian 1111 71, 184 Beamis, Pam 191 213 Bean, Chuck 1111 184 Beard, Lance 1111 82, 91, 184 Beason, Pat 191 213 Beaty, Darla 181 50. 223 Brightm Anello, Jo Ellen 1121 158 Anson, Thomas 181 223 Ansteth, Dick 1121 40, 41, 89, 158 Anthony, Bob 1101 200 Antry, Chris 191 213 Antry, Kathy 1121 43, 158 Antry, Steve 181 50, 54, 223 AQUILLAS 52 Arbuclrle, Chris 1111 49, 62, 184 Archambo, Larry 1111 70, 71, 184 ARCHEOLOGY CLUB 60 Archibald, Jane 1121 158 Argue, Tony 1121 158 Armstrong, Gregg 171 233 Armstrong, Kyle 1101 200 Armstrong, Rob 1121 70, 71, 158 Arndt, Sandy 181 75, 223 Arney, Donald 171 233 Arney, Donna 191 213 Arwood, Debbie 181 223 Ashcroft, Mariorie 1Foc.174, 75, 144 Ashcroft, Mary 1101 200 Ashcroft, Viva 1121 127, 158 Ashe, Debbie 191 75, 213 Ashwill, Christie 181 223 Atkins, Tricia 181 74, 75, 223 Attaway, Bob 1121 38, 44, 56, 72, 89, 105, 158 Attaway, Dick 1101 89, 200 Aubrey, Betty 1121 40, 72, 158 Auten, Doug 1101 200 Avery, Claire 191 52, 213 Avery, Claudia 1101 42, 73, 200 Axtan, Mary 1111 184 Ayers, Katie 181 75, 223 Ayers, Nancy 1111 40, 43, 182, 184 Ayres, Kerry 1101 86, 200 Ayres, Lewis 1Fac.1 146 B Bacon, Linda 1Fac.1 141 Badgerow, Julie 1101 200, 206 246 0 Index Beaty, Scott 1121 44, 81, 82, 84, 159 Becher, Babette 1111 37, 46, 184 Beck, Cyndi 191 213 Beehler, Ken 181 223 Beeson, Linda 171 233 Beeson, Lisa 171 74 Beeson, Melanie 181 50, 74, 223 BEGINNING INSTRUMENTAL 77 Beine, Mary 1121 40, 159 Belcik, Debbie 191 62, 213 Belford, Beckki 181 223 Bell, Barbara 1101 71, 200 Bell, Georgia 191 213 Bell, Linda 1121 159 Bell, Marva 1101 200 Bell, Sh Bell, Vi aron 1121 40, 49, 49, 159 rginia 171 77, 233 Bell William 191 213 i Beller, Beller, Don1121 67, 159 Jerrel 1Fac.1 137 Belt, Jim 1Fac.1 143 Belt, Terri 171 54, 77, 233 Bement, Bendel, Bender, Bender, Bender, Bendil, Benge, Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett Benton, Benway Jerry 1121 159 Dick 1111 184 Mike 181 77, 223 Murla 191 52, 58, 213 Phillip 1111 184 Chris 171 233 Jefri 1111 184 , Brian 191 213 , David 1101 200 , Gayle 1121 159 , Gene 191 213 , Mark 171 77, 233 , Steve 1121 44, 83, 104, 105, 159 , Wayne 191 213 Tim 110171,200 , Lori 171 74, 233 Index Berry, Susan 181 223 Bewley, John 171 233 Beverly, Karen 1101 200 Bevis, Jo Ellen 191 52, 53, 213 Biggs, Hal 171 50, 233 Bills, Rick 1101 48, 200 Birchtield, Denise 171 233 Birchfield, Randy 191 213 Bird, Bob 181 223 Bischoff, Dirk 1121 159 Bishop, Ann 1121 159 Bishop, Bonnie 181 74, 223 Bishop, Cheryl 1121 73, 159 Bitzer, Karen 171 233 Blacet, Randy 191 76, 213 Black, Frank 1111 184 Black, Jan 1121 19, 42, 48, 49, 159 Black, Judy 191 52, 213 Black, Mike 1101 37, 200 Blackburn, Mark 1121 159 Blackman, Steve 1101 200 Blackstock, Birch 1121 36, 38, 72, 123, 124, 159 Blackstock, Brenda 181 223 Blackstock, Lore 1111 37, 46, 48, 182, 184 Blackstock, Trena 181 222, 223, 50 Blackwell, Kay 1121 159 Blake, James 11211 Blake, Orlene 1Fac1 138 Blank, Elaine 1111 40, 72, 184 Blaylock, Ruth 1Fac.1 144 Bledsoe, Sharon 1121 159 Bleeker, Adrian 1111 184 Blevins, Dan 191 213 Block, Diane 1121 46, 46, 159 Blood, Alice 1101 42, 56, 73, 200 Bloomquist, Jane 171 233 Bloyed, Jim 1111 83, 184 Bloyed, Kathy 181 223 Blue, Chuck 1111 83, 95, 184 Boatright, Dorothy 1Fac.1 152 Bogart, Kathy 181 223 Boggs, Pat 110142, 200 Bohning, John 171 75, 233 Bohning, Sharon 191 52, 213 Bolen, Cezanne 181 223 Boles, Dinah 1111 184 Bolinger, Tony 191 213 Bolt, Ruth 1Fac.1 138 Bond, David 1121 101, 159 Bond, Elizabeth 171 233 Bond, Jerry 1111 184 Bonner, Bill 1101 200 Boone, Denise 181 53, 223 Booth, Phil 1101 71, 200 Boats, Linda 1121 159 Bardenkirker, LuAnn 181 223 Born, Larry 181 76, 223 Born, Bobby 1111 184 Borochoff, Bobby 171 233 Bosley, Vicki 191 76, 213 Boudreaux, Yvonne 181 223 Bowden, Nathan 181 223 Bowden, Robin 181 2.23 Bowden, Ronnie Lee 1111 184 Bowden, Sherry 191 213 Bowden, Yvonne 191 52, 213 Bowen, Bill 171 233 Bowen, Eva 171 233 Bowen, Scott 1111 38, 83, 109, 182, 184 Bowen, Susan 1111 43, 46, 58, 184 Bower, Debbie 191 213 Bowers, Walt 181 77, 223 Bowling, Bill 181 223 Bowman, Libby 171 233 Boyd, Austin 1101 73, 200 Boyd, Greg 1101200 Boyd, Janice 181 223 Boyd, John 181 223 Boyles, Vicki 191 213 BOY'S GLEE CLUB, JUNIOR HIGH 75 Bradley, Anne 191 52, 54, 58, 213 Bradley, Betsy 181 54, 58, 223 Bradley, Jeff 1111 184 Bradley, Tami 171 74, 233 Bradshaw, Pam 1111 42, 46, 61, 72, 184 Brady, Bonnie 1121 159 Brady, Mike 1111 82, 91, 106, 184 Bronnin, Mary 171 233 Bannin, Nancy 1101 42, 200 Broshear, Renee 1121 42, 56, 160 Braunlich, Neeta 1111184 Brazeal, Sharon 191 213 Brazinslry, Judy 1Fac.1 148 Breck, Bob 1121 70, 160 Breeding, Paul 171 233 Bresin, Terry 191 76, 213 Brouse, Brian 1121 36, 40, 67, 160 Broust er, Julie 181 74, 223 Brower, Debbie 191 52 Brown, Beverly 191 52, 213 Brown , Cadiiah 1101 200 Brown, Dana 181 223 Brown , Doug 181 223 Brown, Janice 1121 42, 160 Brown , Jeff 181 223 Brown, Jerry Ann 1Fac.1 136, 212 Brown, Jim 171 233 Brown, Mark 181 223 Brown, Mark 171 233 Bryan, Megan 171 50, 232, 233 Brown, Mike 1101 200 Brown, Peggy 1121 40, 42, 160 Brown, Robert 1101 105 Brown, Robert 1101 86, 200 Brown, Sally 1101 200 Brown, Steve 1121 160 Brown, Wendell 1111 185 Browning, Linda 181223 Bruce, Clint 191 213 Bruton, Gary 191 213 Bryan, Megan 171 50, 232, 233 Bryan, Bill 1111 185 Bryant, Bob 1101 200 Bryan, Bob 1111 38, 40, 91, 182, 185 Bryant, Carol 1111 40, 46, 185 Bryant, William 1111 185 Buchner, Debbie 1101 200 Buck, Brian 1101 200 Buckingham, Bob 181 223 Buckingham, Kim 1121 160 Buckingham, Steve 1111 44, 91, 106, 185 Bucklin, John 1111 82, 185 Bucklin, Lee 191 213 Buffington, Becky 191 213 Buller, Wayne 1111 185 Bundy, Denny 1111 185 Bunyard, Mike 1101 200 Burch, Richard 1Fac.1 50, 147 Burchom, Jae 181 50, 76, 223 Burdick, Sheryl 1111 55, 73, 185 Burdine, Bill 181 223 Burgess, Lynn 1121 Burgher, Burr 191 75, 213 Burk, Byron 1121 105, 160 Burke, Kathy 1101 42, 200 Burke, Theresa 1121 42, 63, 160 Burke, Tom 1101 200 Burket, Barbara 1Fac.1 49, 144 Burklin, Teresa 1101200 Burks, Bill 1101 201 Burn, Donald 1121 99, 160 Burn, Kay 181 74, 224 Burns, Ann 181 224 Burns, Bill 111191, 94, 185 Burns, Sharon 191 224 Burns, Steven 1121 160 Burris, Charlie 1111 185 Burroughs, Kay 191 52, 62, 213 Burroughs, Mark 171 233 Burrow, Bob 1101 201 Burt, Mickey 191 58, 213 Bush, Mike 191 213 Burton, Chris 1101 201 Busch, Davis 171 233 Bush, James 171 233 Bush, Laurie 1111 185 Bush, Teresa 1101 201 Butcher, Doug 1101 201 Butcher, Elizabeth 191 52, 213 Butcher, Moc 181 224 Butler, Janet 1121 71, 160 Butler, Joan 1121 160 Butler, Liz 181 224 Butler, Margaret 1101 42 Butler, Marilyn 191 62, 213 Butler, Martha 1111 185 Butler, Richard 171 77, 233 Butcher, Judy 171 74, 233 Butts, John 1Fac,1 84, 141, 157 Byars, Jane 1101 55, 71, 73, 201 Byers, Jim 181 57, 224 Byrd, Diana 1111 185 Byrne, Jim 1121 40,160 Byrne, Jim 1121 40, 160 Byrne, John 191 213 Byrne, Kathy 1101 71, 201 C Cadenhead, Jody 181 77, 224 Cohen, Alon 1111 73 Brett, Jack 1101 200 Brewer, Mike 1111 184 Brewer, Briggs, Briggs, Briggs, Philip 171 75, 233 David 191 213 Jon 1121 iso Jeff my ies Brigham, David 171 233 ire, Bill 181 223 Cahill, Donna 1121 160 Cahill, Donnie 181 224 Caldwell, Cathy 181 53, 224 Caldwell, Kevin 171 233 Callahan, David 1121 160 Callahan, Richard 1101 201 Calvert, Dan 1111 185 Calvert, Hal 181 224 Brightmire, Deborah 1101 200 Brighton, Harry 1111 83, 185 Brighton, Val 181 75, 223 Brinlee, Jan 181 77, 223 Brinlee, Mike 1101 200 Brooch, Leslie 1101 56, 200' Camp, Warren 171 233 Campbell, Chris 1111 185 Campbell, Charles 171 233 Campbell, Jim 171 77, 233 Campbell, Phil 1101 199, 201 Campbell, Scott 110137, 86, 201 Campbell, Tam 1111 37, 40, 185 Benway, Rex 191 213 Bequette, Kay 181 50, 74, 223 Bergschneider, Jan 1111 184 Bernier, Dennis 171 75, 223 Berry, Betty 1101 42 Berry, Kathy 1101 200 Berry, Mike 1101 200 Brooch, Maudie 181 223 Brocksmith, Jon 181 223 Brocksmith, Katherine 1121 67, 160 Brogdon, Cheryl 191 213 Brogdon, Marla 171 74, 233 Brokaw, Forrest 1111 185 Brouster, Steve 171 233 Campfield, Karen 1101 201 Cancy, Mikey 1111 185 Capenhort, Carolyn 1111 62, 185 Card, Bobby 171 233 Card, Gena 181 74 Cariker, Jacky 191 50, 65, 213 Cariker, Kerry 1111 42, 185 , Elizabeth 191 214 Carlin, Jack 1101 201 Carlisle, Dana 1111 73, 185 Carlisle, Jennifer 181 224 Carlson Jac 181 76, 224 Carlsoni lint 7 75 234 Carlson Carlson Carnes, Carnes, ' l 1 . ,Jane 1111 185 , Judy 1121 38, 40, 73, 160 Dennis 1101 201 Susie 181 224 Carroll, Lisa 171234 Carson. Carson, Carson, Claire 1101 42, 56, 198, 199, 201 David 1101 201 Jim 112164, 160 Collins, Mike 1111 70, 71,186 Collins, Robert 1111 186 Collins, Rabin 171 76, 234 Colpitt, Chuck 171 234 Colpitt, Fransi 1111 40, 42, 60, 186 Colvin, Carol 1111 43, 63, 186 Colvin, Keith 1101 202 Calvin, Steve 191 214 . Coman, Carl 191 214 Coman, Clyde 171 234 Coman, Doug 181 224 Combs, Debbie 1121 46, 73, 161 Comer, Eddie 1101 202 Conard Steve 1121 60, 161 Deck, Ginny 181 224 DeFalcog Toni 1121 49, 162 DeHo1l, Susan 181 224 Deisenroth, Craig 1101 86, 105, 202, 198, 199 Deisenroth Mar 12 36 38, 42,162 , 7 l 1 , Deisenroth, Oak 181 57, 224 DeLay, Bethel 1Fac,1 152 DeLarze1ere, Becky 1111 186 Delarzelere, Franky 1101 31, 37, 118, 202 Delatte, Phillip 1111 186 Delk, Debby 1101 202 Dellinger, Meg 171 76, 234 Dellinger, Rebecca 110 202 Ellington, Rex 171 235 Ellington, Royce 171 76, 235 Ellington, Ryan 181 76, 224 Ellington, Steven 19176, 214 Elliot, Frances 1101 138 Elliott, Danny 1111 187 Elliott, Jeri 1101 43, 73, 203 Elliott, Laurie 1111 187 Elliott, Paula 1101 67, 203 Ellis, Mark 1111 73, 187 Ellison, Stephen 171 235 Elmore, Salli 110163, 203 Emer Diane 171 235 Carter, Beth 181 224 Carter, Cassie 171 234 Carter, Debi 1101 58, 62, 201 Carter, Jenny 1101 201 Carter, Mark 1-101 201 Carter, Tammy 181 77, 224 CONCERT BAND 76 CONCERT CHORUS 72 CONCERT ORCHESTRA 71 Canine, Connie 1111 186 Canine, Kim 1101 202 Casey, Wendell 1Foc.1 146 Cash, John 1111 185 Cash, Pam 191 52, 213 Cash, Steve 1121 160 Cassady, Pam 1101 201 Casserly, Bill 1101201 Castillo, Jacki 1101 201 Cates, Marc 1111 44, 82, 91, 106, 185 Cates, Mott 171 54, 234 Cathey, Dianne 1101 201 Cathey, Joan 191 14, 52 Cathey, Pamela Sue 171 77. 234 Covert, Mike 171 234 Cello, Linda Jean 171 234 Chambers, Evelyn 1Fac.1 139 Chapman, Calvin 1101 201 Chapman, Richard 1Foc.1 81, 151 Chapman, Sandi 191 52, 214 Chose, Lindo 1101 201 Chase, Peggy 1111 185 Conn, Martha 1121 161 Connely, Richard 181 75 Conner, Janet 181 224 Conner, William 1Foc.1 142 Connole, Bill 1101 86, 202 Conw ay, Becky 1101 42, 55, 67, 73, 202 Conway, Chan 1101 202 Conway, Mark 181 224 Conw ay Rob 181 53 54 76, 224 Conway: Wayne 191 '76, ,214 Cook, Danny 181 224 Coon, Frank 171 234 Cooper, Cathy 1101 202 Cooper, Christie 1111 186 Cooper, Larry 1101 86, 87, 202 Cooper, Peggy 181 224 Cooper, Rick 1101 202 Coover, Carol 171 234 Caover Gary 191 65, 214 Covington, Chris 191 50, 214 Chaseling, John 1121 36, 38, 89, 105, 160, 202 Cheatham, Jeannie 1101201 Cheatham, Patty 191 75, 214 Cheatham, Sherilyn 1111 1B5 Cheek, Mary 1101 43, 73, 201 Chenawe Childers, ni, Kathryn 191 52, 54, sa, 214 xini noi 201 Childs, Mary 1Foc.1 145 Christesson, Kim 181 224 Christesson, Vicki 191 52, 214 Chrsitman, Brian 181 224 Christian, Randy 1121 40, 106, 160 Chronic, Janeen 191 74, 214 Church, Mike 1101 201 Claiborne, Cindy 181 50, 74, 224 Clancy, Terry 181 224 Capes, Fred 1121 161 Cope, Robert 1Foc.1 146 Corbitt, Carol 181 224 Cordell Carol 171 234 Cargill, Gary 191 214 Cargill, Rick 1101 202 Coulson, Becky 1111 186 Coulter, Steve 1121 40, 44, 72, 161 Cobington, Rick 1101 71, 202 Cowan, Clit 171 75, 234 Cowart,Trudy 1111 186 Cowell, Ran 1101 202 Cowell, Valerie 181 224 Cd., sill 191214 1 DeMerrit, Dean 171 77, 234 DeMerritt, Ginny 1111 186 Demint, Janet 1101 42, 56, 202 Dempsey, Brion 1111 108, 109, 186 Dempsey, Lisbeth 181 224 Denham, Dan 1101 71, 203 Denny, Bill 191 214 Denton, Melinda 1111 186 DeShane, David 171 57, 234 Deupree, Diane 1121 162 Devasher, Debbie 171 74, 234 Dick, Patty 191 54, 56, 75, 214 Dickason, Nancy 1Foc.1 140 Dickson, Dian 191 75, 214 Dicus, Debbie 1101 203 Digges, Jeff 1111 48, 186 Dill, Debbie 181 224 Dill, Mike 1101 203 ' Dillman, Carol 181 75, 224 Dillon, Pixie 1111 186 Dinwiddie, Chris 1111 186 Disch, Linda 1101 198, 199, 203 Disney, Bob 181 50, 224 Disney, Mary 1101 203 Disney, Scott 1111 73, 82, 105, 186 Doak, Charlotte 171 234 Dook, Jan 1101 203 Dabelbower, Jack 1Foc.1 36, 142 Dobey, Penni 1101 43, 203 Donovan, Joy 181 57, 224 DODPI Christine 1101 203 Dopp, Gwen 1111 55, 186 Dormire, Charlotte 1Foc.1 148 Dornaus, Margaret 1101 203 Dorris, Brenda 181 204 Dorsett, David 1101 203 Dossey, Susan 186 Dow, Bob 181 224 Downs, Bonnie 171 234 Downs, Gigi 1101 203 Yi Emery, Jim 191 214 Emery, Kris 191 52, 214 Emery, Lindo 1101 203 Emmons, Barry 1121 163 English, Randy 171 2354 Erllow Enlow, Enlow Jeannie 171 74, 235 John 112183, 163 snldwi Tom 191 214 Enterline, Mark 1101 95, 263 Erdmann, Beth 1111 187 Ervin, Ervin, Debi 1121 40, 42, 70, 163 Steve 191 214 Eskridge, Walter 1121 163 Estill, Sally1111 187 Estus, Mike 1101 48, 203 Estus, Evans, Jim 181 77, 224 Marsha 171 235 Evans, Pam 191 52, 56, 214 Evans, Richard 181 224 Evans, Teresa 1111 187 Ewins, Sylvia 1111 71,187 Exon, Nancy 1121 36, 163 F Fobes, Keith 191 214 Fobes, Fabes. Fobes, Rhonda 181 50, 54, 224 Ricky 191 65, 214 Robert 171 235 Fadem, Bruce 1121 36, 60, 163 Fadem, Lloyd 1121 60, 163 Falls, Claudia 1101 203 Fanning, Jeff 1121 44, 96, 99, 163 Fanning, Lindo 181 74, 224 Fanning, Mike 1101 82, 98, 99, 203 Farish, Karen 181 77, 225 Farish, Kent 191 214 Cox, Cox, Denni 171 234 Doug 1111 186 Dunitz, Elise 191 58, 59, 62, 214 Clapp, Clark, 120, Clark, Clark, Julie my 185 Amy 1121 36, ae, 40, 42, ss, 59, 126, 160 Anne 1101 201 Carol 171 234 Cox, Frank 171 234 Cox, Richard 1Foc.1 136 Cox, Sharie 181 224 Crager, Joan 1121 42, 56, 58, Crager, Wendy 171 234 Craig, Forrest 1121 30, 40, 66, Craig, Linda 1121 161 Craig, Mike 181 53, 224 Crandall, Mari Susan 1121 162 161 161 Drake, Drake, DRAMA Draper, Cindy 171 77, 234 rr Danny 1121 162 Mike 1121 70, 71, 162 CLU8 53 Drape Sherilyn 1121 162 Dratz, Betty 1Fac,1 139 Dratl, Mary 1121 162 Drew, Bob 1101 48, 86, 105, 203 Drews, Chris 181 224 Drews, Driver Nancy not 203 Melvin 1Fac1 143 Farmer, Farmer, aefliy 1121 48, 62, 72, lea Cyndi 191 76, 214 Farmer, Mike 1111 70, 187 Farrar, Gary 191 214 Farrar, Gary 181 225 Farrar, Gus 1111 187 Farrar, Suzan 1111 187 Farrar, Tricia 191 214 Farren, Farrill, Farris, Mary Ann 181 225 Sandra 171 58, 235 Fred 191 214 Crandall, Ross 1111 186 CREATIVE WRITERS CLUB 62 Crews, Doug 1111 186 Crews, Randy 171 234 Crisp, Marvin 1111 82, 186 Cristantiella, Maria 1101 31, 42, 63, 118 Crotiord, Terry 111181, 186 Crossland, Teresa 171 234 Droke, Gaye 1111 43, 46, 186 Duck, Howard 171 77, 234 Dudley, Jan 1101203 Dulfe, Bruce 191 65, 214 Duffield, DeDe171 234 Duffield, Jim 181 224 Duke, David 191 214 Duke, Pamela 1121 163 Clark, Charlene 1Foc.1 30, 137 Clark, Dean 1101 201 Clark, Debbie 1101 71, 201 Clark, Diane 1111 185 Clark, John 1101 201 Clark, Les 1111 55, 72, 82, 185 Clark, Nancy 1111 40, 185 Clark, Sharon 1111 185 Clark, Steve 1101 201 Clark, Steve 181 224 Clark, Susie 1111 186 Clark, Suzi 181 75, 224 Clarke. Cheryl 1121 42, 46, 160 Claxton, Mary 171 234 Claxton, Mike 1121 160 Clear, Terry 191 214 Clements, .leana 1111 32, 42, 63, 186 Clemen rs, Jill 7 77,234 l l Clements, Kim 191 52, 58, 74, 75, 214 Clements, Marcy 1101 58, 62, 201 Clements, Maureen 1111 46, 186 Clendenin, Claudio 1101 42, 201 Cleveland, Lewis 1Foc.1 130, 131 Clifton, Becky 1111 186 Crosslin, Steve 181 224 Cron, Tommy 1101 71, 202 Crank, Ken 1101 202 Crowder, Carol 1111 186 Crowell Dove Fac 4B 49,153 . l 41 i Cullinan, Kathy 1111 186 Cullinan, Trisha 1101 202 Culpepber, David 1101 202 Curd, Gena 181 224 Curtis, Kent 1121 162 Cushing, John 1121 162 Cyrus, Linda 171 74, 234 Cyrus, Mike 181 77, 224 D Dolby, Andy 191 214 Dolby, Randy 1111 37, 186 Dale, Kirk 1121 83, 99, 162 Dumas, Mary my lisa Duncan, Bill 1111 186 Duncan, Jimmy 181 224 Duncan, Karen 1Foc.1 144 Duncan, Marc 181 224 Duncan, Margaret 1111 40, 43, 55 186 Duncan , Terri 1101 42, 203 Dundee, Shirley 1111 18, 186 Dunham, Deborah 191 52, 214 Dunham, Robert 171 234 Dunitz, Scott 171 234 Dvflfl. Terry 1101 63, 73, 199, 203 DUNSNTOVC, Jim 1101 86, 95, 203 Dunton, Dana 1101 203 Dunton , Ronnie 171 77, 234 Durbin, Mike 171 234 Dutton, Donna 1Fac,1 147 Duvall, Dyson, Duncan 171 234 Carol 1121 163 , 61, 72, Fast, Martha 1Foc.1 141 Fast, Susie 181 225 Faulkinbury, Jean 1Fac,1 148 Fautt, Sherry Lee 181 225 Faxon, 8etsy 1101 42, 73, 199, 203 Faxon, Marcy 1121 64, 163 Fay, Randy 1101 71, 203 Feldman, Danny l71 77, 235 Feldmann, Jim 1121 163 Feldmann, Mary 1101 42, 203 Feller, Glenda 171 77, 235 Fellers, Gwen 1121 40, 163 Fellers, Jan 1101 71, 203 Felton,Mark 1101 203 , Felts, Brian 1111 49, 49, 70, 187 Felts, Cathy 181 225 Felts, Georganna 191 75, 214 Felts, Meredith 1121 38f 40, 42, 49, 58, 72 163 Fenster, David 1111 40, 187 Cline, Rosemary 171 234 Cline, Terry 1121 160 Clock, Ray 191 214 Clyburn, Linda 1121 161 Cobb, Linda 1101 43, 48, 55, 58, 73, Cobb, Pat 1121 30, 161 Cobb, Steve 191 214 Cockran, Kim 1111 186 Cockrell, Laurie 1111 37, 118, 182, 183, 186, 196 Coe, Janie 191 52, 53, 62, 214 Coe, Mary Anne 1121 38, 40, 42, 58, 161 Coe, Sandy 171 57, 234 Coen, George 181 224 Coen, Shirley 191 214 Cohea, Cohen Carolyn 191 214 Danny 181 224 Cohenz Freddy 191 so, 214 Dale, Frank 181 224 Dalton, Karen 1121 162 Daman, Debbie 181 224 Daniel, Sam 1101 73, 87, 95, 108, 202, 203 Daniel, Ted 171 234 Donner, Dan 1101 37, 48, 86, 101, 102, 202 Davidson, Dee Dee 1121 36, 38, 63, 123, 124, 162 Davidson, Scott 1121 162 E Eagan, Suzanne 1121 163 Earl, Catherine 1Foc.1 149 Easley, Pamela 1111 73, 186 Edens, Jon 191 50. 62, 214 Eden, Mary 1111 186 Edmark, David 1121 73, 163 Fenster, Gerald 191214 Fenster, Laura 1111 40, 187 Ferguson, John 1121 163 Ferneau, Brett 191 65, 75, 214 Ferrell, Karen 1101 203 Ferrell, Lindo 1121 163 Ferris, Craig 181 225 Ferris, Miriam 191 214 Fewell, Connie 171 74, 235 Fewell, Sherry 191 214 Fholer, Debbie 1111 187 Fiddler, Bill 1101 203 Fielding, Alan 1121 40 Fielding, Eric 181 225 Fielding, Janet 1111 187 Fields, Robert 191 54, 58, 65, 214 Fields, Susan 1111 73, 185, 187 Fillio, Cory 1121 163 Findley, Carol 181 74, 225 Cohen, Gershon 1121 161 Cohen, Joel 1121 40, 161 Cohen, Nancy 1121 49, 161 Cohen Cohen Cohen Cahn, , Randy 112149, 161 , Ronnie 1101 37, 201 , Steve 1121 18, 161 Julie Ann 171 50, 58, 234 Cohn, Susan 1111 186 Coker, Gregg 1101 89, 201 Coker, Gay 191 52, 214 Cole Jol n 10 201 Davies, Dave 191 214 Davis, Brenda 1111 74, 186 Davis, Debbie 171 74, 234 Davis, Freddy 1111 38, 40, 49, 197, 186 Davis, Glenda 191 52, 75, 214 Davis, Hannah 191 53, 62, 75, Dovis, Jim 1111 186 Davis, Karen 1101 202 Davis, Kimberly 171 234 214 Edmonds, Candy 191 56, 74, 214 Edwards, Barron 1121 163 Edwards, Dave 181 224 Edwards, Gary 1101 203 Edwards, Jim 1101 203 Edwards, Jo 1101 203 Edwards Valerie 191 75, 214 Ellron, Egger Bill 171 234, 5s J y ist 224 , Y l l Cole, Martha 1Foc.1 140 Coleman, Cathy 1111 40, 118, 186 Coleman, Ronnie 181 224 Coleman, Rusty 171 50, 234 Collette, Kim 171 234 Collier, Janet 191 214 Collie Collins, Collins, Gary 191 50, 214 Collins, George 1Foc.1 65, 152 r, Kenneth 171 234 Colleen 111162, 71, 119,186 Davis, Larry 1121 162 Davis, linda 1111 186 Davis, Matt 181 54, 76, 224 Davis, Rick 191 214 Davis, Dayto Deal. Dean, Death Tiin 191 50, 214 n, Eddie 1101202 Rebecca 191 75, 214 Vivian 1121 162 erage, Susie 1101 202 De8ock, Marcia 1101 202 De8ock, Susan 1111 186 , a Eisen, Barry 1121 163 Eisen, Nancy 191 52, 214 Eley, Stephanie 1111 19, 32, 37, 45, 63, 119, 187 Elias, Alan 1121 163 Eliot, Dory 191 214 Elkington, Roger 181 224 Eller, Don 1101 203 Eller, Phil 1121 36, 40, 44, 106, 163 Ellington, Lisa 1101 203 Findley, Glenda 1111 40, 43, 48, 187 Findley, Kathy 191 62, 75, 215 Findley, Kim 1111 187 Finnert y, Danny 171 735 First, Jan 171 58, 235 Fischbein, Debra 181 225 Fisher, David 1121 163 Fisher, Errick 1121 163 Fisher, Kathy 1111 187 Fisher, Nancy 1111 187 Fitts, Bev 1111 73,187 Fitzpatrick, Charlie 1111 91, 187 FitzSimons, Annette 1111 55, 187 Fleming, Dawn 171 58, 235 Flint, Bob 1121 71, 163 Flint, Jean 1101 73, 203 Flippo, Paul 1111 187 Florek, LaQuoda 1Foc.1 145 Floyd, David 1111 38, 62, 182, 187 Floyd, Mark 191 50, 215 Index 0 247 Herndon Fogle, Lois 191 62, 75, 215 Fogley, Mark 171 235 Faister, Alice 1121 40, 164 Foltz, Leslie 181 225 Fontenot, Dewey 1101 203 Force, Laurie 1121 43, 164 Gladsan, Mike 171 235 Glazer, Ann Dee 1111 188 Glazer, Kim 181 53, 225 Gleason, Diane 181 53, 225 Glenn, George 181 75, 225 Glenn, Jerri 1101 43, 46,199, 204 Force, Valerie 181 74,225 Farce, Ward 1101 203 Ford, Barbara 1111 43, 55, 187 Ford, Cathy 171 77, 235 Glenn, Jo 1121 42, 38, 165 Glenn, Julie 1111 40, 188 Glenn, Lisa 171 235 Glenn, Sammye 1111 188 Hall, Helen 1111 43, 71,189 Hall, Laura 1121 43, 63, 165 Hall Linda 191 75, 215 Hall, Mark 1111 1119 Hall. Mary 1101 64, 204 Hail, Pat 191 215 Hall Hall Hall Hall Regan 191 75 215 'Sandra 1111 42, 139 Tracey 1101 37, 204 Tracey 1111 37 73 189 Hensley, rrrn 171 236 Hensley, Randy 1121 101, 166 Henson, Linda 181 53, 226 Herbeck, Chuck 171 236 Herndon, Charles 1Fac,1 152 , Doyne 171 53, 236 Glidden, Tanna 1121 165 Ford Jody 1101 42, 203 Ford, Lee 111138, 187 Ford, Vicki 181 74, 225 Fornell, sary 1121 40, 164 Forrest, John 1121 44, 108, 164 Forster, Sandy1111 187 Foster, Mona 191 52, 215 Fox, Beth 1101 203 Fox, Cathy 1121 164 Fax, Eileen 191 215 Fax, Robert 191 50, 215 Fox, Stuart 1121 36, 40, 127, 164 Glossop, Don 191 215 Glossop, Louanne 181 225 Glossop, Sue Ellen 171 232, 235 Glover, Billye 1Fac.1 152 Good, Claudie 1121 165 Gaines, Debbie 181 75, 225 Goldberg, Barbara 181 77, 225 Goldberg, Steve 1111 44, 82, 106, 188 Goode, Darrell 1Fac,1 140 Goodman, Kennan 1Fac.1 48, 49, 153 Goodnight, Connie 1101 43, 204 Hallinan, Gretchen 1111 67, 73 Hallma Hallma n, Patti 1101 42, 204 n, Sharon 171 77, 235 Hamilton, Mark 1121 165 Hamilton, Scott 191 215 Hamlin Hamlin , Brenda 191 216 Dou las 7 235 r 9 1 I Hammond, Debbie 1121 40, 67, 166 Hammond, Jim 1121 48, 166 Hammond, Marilyn 1101 31, 37, 42, 63, 117, 204 Hammond, Sara 1101 204 Hettinger, Betsy 1101 64, 205 Hettinger, Cathy 191 53. 216 Hettinger, Midge 171 58, 236 Hiatt, Greg 1101 205 Hibbs, Frank 1121 166 Hickerson, Melinda 191 75, 216 Hickerson, Steve 1121 166 Hickok, Chuck 1121 166 Hidy, Karen 191 50, 52, 56, 62, Higbee, Ran 171 236 Higgins, Joannie 1111 189 Higgins, Steven 181 226 Highfill, Renee 181 74, 226 Hill, Carolyn 1Fac,1 62, 141 Hill, Margaret 1FoL1 153 Hill Paul 1111 70, 71 2 12 216 Francis, Randy 181225 Francis, Sherry 1111 187 Francis, Stacey 191 50, 52, 215 Francy, Kurt 191 50, 53, 215 Francy, Kris 1111 42, 187 Frank, Dolores 1Fac.1 138 Franklin, Becky 1111 187 Franklin, Beth 191 74, 75, 215 Franklin, Gayle 110164, 204 Franklin, Suzanne 171 235 Frawley, David 191 215 Frawley, Linda 1121 164 Frederick, Richard1101 86, 95, 105, 199, 204 Fredricks, Alexia 171 77, 235 Freeman, William 1111 187 FRENCH CLUB, Jr High 58, 59 FRENCH CLUB, Sr. High 58, 59 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA French, Margaret 1111 187 French, Vicki 1111 187 61 Friedman, Ellen 1111 33, 42 182, 187 Fries, Margaret 181 225 Froeb, Julie 171 77, 235 .Froning, Don 1121 36, 164 Froning, Paul 191 215 Frost, Diane 1101 42, 73, 204 Frost, Marian 1111 55, 73, 188 Fukso, Kaye 1Fac.1 215 Fuller, Mark 171 235 Fuller, Richard 1111 188 Fulton, Fred 1121 164 Fam, Holly 1111 192, 188 Furnas, Beth 191 53, 74, 215 G Gabriel, Mary 171 53, 74, 235 Gabriel, Nancy 1111 188 Gabriel, Susan 1121 40, 164 Goiner, Richard 191 215 Gaines, Rick 1121 73, 164 Gallagher, Pat 1101 204 Gallimore, Cindy 1111 188 Galloway, Bob 191 215 Galloway, Jolene 1111 40, 43, 55, 61, 67, 188 Galloway, Tracy 1121 109, 164 Gamble, Gamble, Cleab 191215 Cary 171 77, 235 Gannaway, Mark 171 77, 235 Gardner, Jan 191 215 Gardner, Jimmy 171 235 Gardner, John 1111 188 Gardner, Garetson Larry 191 215 , Pot 1121 164 Garetson, Paul 1111 188 Garner udy 1121 41 r J Garren, Phillip 1111 188 Garrett, Gordon 1121 164 Karen 9 52, 62, 76, 215 Garrett, 1 1 Gary, Lucia 171 235 Gasnier, Judy 1101 204 Gasperin Gosperin Goss, Ro Gassawa Gassowo Gates, E Gayle, L o, Janice 181 225 o, Susan 1121 164 nnie 1121 164 y, Cindy 1121 165 y, Mark 171 50, 235 ddie 1Fac.1 149 inda 110142, 73, 204 Geffen, Howard 1101 204 Gelwick, Gelanek, George, George, George, Marsha 1121 38, 40, 42, 122, 165 Nancy 171 235 Lee 171 235 Lorena 1Fac.1 138 Mark 181 225 Gerard, Walter 1Fac.1 50, 148 Gerchma G'bbon n, Laura 171 235 J'm 9 215 Huckett, Beverly '121 167 , I 1 Gibbon, Rlick 1101 86, 204 Goodpaster, Julie 1111 188. Goodwin, Anna 1111 188 Gorrell, John 1121 165 Gosnell, Steve 1121 165 Gorsuch, Debby 1111 48, 188 Gotcher, Greg 191 75, 215 Gotcher, Lynn 1111 188 Gowans Grabel, , Mary 1111 73,188 Sally 181 225 Graff, George 1111 188 Graham , Beth 1111 188 Graham, Bruce 1121 38, 165 Graham , James 171 77, 235 Graham, Mark 191 50, 65, 215 Graham, Randy 1121 44, 81, 82, 165 Graham, Ronald 171 53, 235 Graham, Vaughn 1111 37, 38, 82, 182, 188 Grant, Grant Buzz 191 215 Cind 11 37 42 188 . Y 1 I . r Grossman, Gayla 171 235 Graves, Graves, David 191 215 John 1111 188 Gray, Bill 1111 188 Gray, Jan 191 215 Gray, Kathy 191 52, 62, 215 Gray, Randy 1111 91, 188, 192 Gray, S teve 181 225 Hammond, Vickie 1101 204 Hampton, Donna 1121 166 Hampton, Jan 1111 182, 189 Hampton, Rusty 191 48, 216 Hancock, Scotty 1101 204 Hancick, Terri 181 226 Hanks, Joanie 1101 43, 56. 204 Hanley, Phil 191 216 Hanna, Lori 171 74, 235 Hanna, Mark 1101 204 Hannis, David 1121 166 Hannis, Luanne 1101 204 Hannis, Tim 171 235 Hillman, James 1111 189 Hilst, Cynthia 171 54, 74, 236 Hilst, Leslie 191 54, 65, 75, 216 Hiltz, Ann 111140, 71,189 Hiltz, Bobby 171 77, 236 Hinck Hinso Hinto Hinto le, Marianne 1111 189 n, Dovie1101 205 n, Jon 1101 205 n, Judy 112140, 166 Hladky, Peter 1111 189 Hobbs, Janine 1111 189 Hobgaad, James 191 216 Hacker, Leslie 181 74, 226 Hanover, John 1101 204 Hansel, Caiol 1111 40, 189 Hansen, John 171 77, 235 Hanson, Diane 1101 42, 55, 199, 204 Hara, Susan 1111 40, 189 Harber, Rick 191 53, 216 Harbison, Pat 1111 189 Hardin, Kevin 1111 189 Hocking, Larry 181 75, 226 Hocking, Sandy 191 75, 216 Hocking, Sherry 1101 46, 202, 205 Hodge, Robbie 1101 205 Hodges, Nelson 191 215 - Hoebel, Kitty 1121 166 Hofener, Sheryl 191 52, 54, 216 Graybeal, John 171 77, 235 Grayson, Kathy 191 50, 52, 53, 56, 62, 215 Grayson, Susan 171 74, 235 Green, Green. Charles 1101 204 Forrest 191 215 Green, Jane 1121 42, 56, 60, 61,165 Green, Jeana 1111 188 Green, John 171 77, 235 Green, Karen 191 75, 215 Green, Linda 1111 43, 188 Green, Mark 171 235 Green, Marilyn 191 52, 76, 215 Green, Mary Ann 1121 165 Green, Roberta 1111 188 Green, Teresa 1111 188 Green Susan 171 235 Green, Gary 1121 40, 64, 71, 165 Greene, Patricia 1101 43, 73, 71, 204 Greenstreet, Bob 1101 204 Greenstreet, Lisa 181 75, 225 Greenwood, Jody 181 54, 74, 225 Greenwood, Sharon 1121 71, 117, 165 Greer, Janet 171 74, 235 Hordison, Mike 181 226 Hardt, Karena 171 53, 235 Hargis, Billy 191 75, 216 Hargis, Mike 110156, 204 Harlow, Beverly 1101 55, 204 Harms, Dean 171 235 Harnden, Dale 1111 83, 189 Harnden, Nancy 1121 166 Harnden, Ralph 1101 83, 204 Harper, Lorri 181 226 Harrigill, Brenda 191 216 Harrigill, Richard 1121 166 Harrill, Susi 191 75,216 Harrington, Randy 1101 204 Hoferier, Steve 191 65, 75, 216 Hofer, Opai 1Fac.1 140 Hoff, Hoff, Mary 171 236 Susan 1101 205 Hoffman, Doug 1101 204, 205 Hoffman, Judy 191 52, 216 Hoffman, Nancy 1101 205 Hoffman, Peggy 1111 40, 72, 189 Holcomb, Kenneth 1111 82, 105 Holcomb, Robert 191 216 Holder, James 171 236 Holder, C. Scott 171 236 Halmaaia, Lee 191 216 Hollifield, Michael 171236 Hollis, carla 1101 205 Harris, Charles 191 216 Harris, Charles 181 226 Harris, Chris 181 226 Harris, Diana 1101 173, 204 Harris, Floriene 1Fac.1 139 Harris, Heather 1101 42, 204 Harris, Kathy 1101 205 Harris, Lindo 1121 166 Harris, Marsha 1111 116, 189 Harris, Stanley 1121 48, 166 Harrison, Mary 1111 73, 189 Harshaw, Mike 171 235 Hart, Diane 191 53, 56, 76, 216 Hart, Eldon 1101 205 Grekel, Margaret 1Fac.1 141 Griffin, David 1111 IB9 Griffin, Genie 191 50, 56, 74, 75, 212, 215 Griffin, Katherine 181 74, 225 Griffin, Griffith, Sherri 181 225 Carol 19174, 75, 215 Griffith, Greg 1111 189 Griffith, Kathryn 1121 72, 165 Griffith, Peggy 191 50, 62, 75, 215 Grigg, Tam 171 235 Grigsby, Marsha 1111 189 Grimm Jimmie 7 235 r l l Grimshaw, David 181 226 Gros, Rose 1101 42, 204 Grossba Grossba rd, Marilyn 1121 18, 165 rd, Paul 171 235 Groth, Diane 181 75, 226 Groves, Graves, Grubb, Grubb, Grubb, Robert 1111 189 Tom 191 75, 215 Allen 181 75, 226 Alice 181 226 Donna 1121 42, 46, 165 Gruhn, Becky 1101 204 Guard, Steve 171 235 Guard, Michael 1101 71, 204 Gunter, Roderick 1121 165 Guthrie, James 191 215 Guthrie, Lewis 171 235 Hart, Susan 1121 71, 166 Hartson, Doug 171 53, 75, 235 Harvey, Les 181 226 Harwood, Gordon 171 77, 235 Harwood, Ken 1121 72, 166 Harwood, Melanie 1101 31, 42, 63, 118, 205 Hashagen, Janet 181 226 Hatcher, Nancy 191 52, 77, 216 Hatcher, Pam 191 52, 216 Hauger, Kerry 191 53, 54, 216 Hawk Chuck 9 216 , l 1 Hawkins, Glenn 111160, 182, 183, 189 Hawkins, Russ 181 50, 76, 226 Hawley, David 1101 205 Hay, Clark 1111 189 Hayes, Donna 1101 71, 205 Hayes, Marsha 191 62, 76, 216 Haynes, John 1Fac.1 148 Hays, Phil 1101 215 Hazen, Kristy 1121 166 Heap, Alan1111 83, 91, 189 Heath, Roger 1101 95, 205 Hebard, Bob 171 77, 235 Hebard, Rick 191 77, 216 Hefley, Linda 1Fac,1 153 Heidinger, Rick 1121 44, 45, 101, Heller, Billy 171 53, 235 Heller, George 1101 205 Heller, Ginger 1111 37, 189 Helscel, Elizabeth 191 52, 216 Hembree 1121 166 Hembree, Sharon 191 52, 56, 216 102, 166 Hailn, cyrrrhia 181 226 Hollis, Steve 1121 167 Hollis, T. A. 111148, 189 Holloway, Tracy 191 216 Holmes, David 191 216 Holmes, Lynda 1101 205 Holmes, Susan 1121 167 Halt, Deborah 181 226 Holt, Julie 191 58, 2,16 Halt, Mark 171 76, 2:16 Holt, Martin 191 216 Holt, Pamela 1121 167 Holt, Scott 1101 205 Holt, Tim 171 236 Holtsclaw, Cathi 1101 205 Holway, Shirley 1111 189 HONOR COMMISSION 50 Hood, David 191 216 Hooks, Pam 191 216 Hooks, Pat 191 216 Haapert, Donald 1Fac.1 132 Haapert, Don 181 226, 57 Hoppes, Elizabeth 191 62, 216 Hoppes, Marsha 1111 40, 189 Happes, Steve 1121 38, 167 Hornung, Kathy 171 236 Hortin, Glenn 1101 71, 86, 205 Hortin, Karen 181 77, 226 Hostetter, Dana 1121 38, 40, 167 Hostetler, Randy 181 76, 226 House, Deana 1111 189 House, Paul 1111 189 Houston, Pat 1Fac.1 46, 47, 151 Hovis, Mark 1101 108, 205 Howard, Andrea 171 236 Howard, Stu 1111 62, 189 Howe, Danny 181 75, 226 Howe, Ronnie 191 75, 216 Howe, Steve 1121 167 Howerton, Debbie 1111 189 Hubbard, Andrea 1101 43, 55, 71 Hubbard, Julie 171 236 Hubbard, Pam 171 236 Hubbard, Steve 1101 71, 205 Hubert, Tommy 191 76, 216 Hubert 191 76, 216 , 2 Gibbs, Chuck 171 77, 235 Gilbert, Patricia 1121 165 Gilder, Don 191 215 Gile, Karen 1121 165 Gilliat, Elaine 181 225 Gilliat, Laurie 1101 42, 204 Gilliand, Terry 1101 101, 204 Gillispie, Jeff 1101 86, 204 Griiaspsa, Jam 181 225 Gillpatrick, Gary 1121 Gilmore, Denny 181 75, 225 Gilmore, Richard 1111 40, 188 Gimlin, Curtis 1121 40, 49, 66 Gimlin, Steve 1101 48, 204 GIRLS' CHORUS, JR. HIGH 74 GIRLS' ENSEMBLE, JR, HIGH 74 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, JR. HIGH 75 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, SR. HIGH 73 Gladfelter, Louis 181 77, 225 Gladsan, Jayme 1121 165 248 0 Index Gwartney, Barbara 1121 36, 38, 39, 40, 43, 67, 165 Gwartney, Joe 1111 38, 109, 185, 189 GYMNASTICS CLUB 63 H Hager, Jim 191 215 Hager, Robert 181 226 Hale, Gary 1111 85, 89, 105, 189 Hale, Greg 1121 165 Hale, Robert 171 235 Hale, Vivian 1101 71, 204 Haley, Mike 1121 60, 165 Hall, David 1121 40, 165 Hall, Debbie 1111 73,189 Hall, Elisabeth 171 50, 235 Hall, Grant 1121 36, 37, 44, 101, 114, 115,122,125,165 Henbes t,Jon1l11162 Henderson, 1101 48, 205 Henderson, Holly 1121 42, 46, 55, 67, 166 Henderson, Susan 1121 48, 49, 166 Hendrickson, Kathy 1121 166 Hendrix, Jimmy 171 216 Hendrix, Mari 1101 205 Hendryx, Ginger 1121 166 Henry, Mary Pat 191 62, 74, 75, 216 Henry, Henry, Pat 171 235 Pat 1121 166 Henry, Phil 1101 205 Henry, Suzy 1121 32, 36, 38, 39,40, 42, 122, 125, 166 Henshaw, Blaine 1101 205 Hefigzaw, Todd 1121 30, 36, 38, 40, 49, Hensley, David 1101 205 Hensley, Kathy 181 74, 226 Hensley, Nancy 1121 44, 166 Huckett, Bruce 1101 71, 205 Huckett, Suzanne 1101 73, 205 Hudson, Janet 1121 167 Hudson, Janet 1121 167 Hudson, Vicki 1121 167 Huenemann, Karen 1121 31 Huey, Pat 1111 189 Huff, Beverly 1111 63, 189 Huff, Steve 1101 205 Huffman, Peggy 1111 189 Hughes, Clint 171 77, 236 Hughes, Condon 181 50, 76, 226 Hughes, Kathy 1111 43, 46, 73, 189 Hughes Van 1101 205 Hu1sak,l Mary 191 52, 216 Hulings, Lisa 171 236 Hull, Kip 1101 86, 205 Hull, Tommy 112144, 83, 167 Hulsey, Sherry 1111 189 Hultgren, Howard 171 236 Hultgren, Warren 1121 60, 83,1 67 Humphreys, Sally 1121 167 Humphries, Mike 171 77, 236 Humphries, Tina 191 52, 53, 216 Hunsicker, Jeannie 171 54, 236 Hunt, Brad 191 75, 216 Hunt, David 181 226 Hunt, Jeffrey 171 236 Hunt, Lois 1101 205 Hunt, Timothy 171 75, 236 Hunter, Carol 1121 167 Hunter, Jim 181 75, 226 Hunter, Madonna 1101 205 Huston, Kurt 171 236 Hutchinson, Nancy 1111 40, 43, 61, 189 Hutchison, Jill 181 226 Hutchison, Mary 1121 167 Hutchison, Scott 181 226 Hutto, Bruce 1101 205 Hyatt, Tommy 1101 205 Hyden, Becky 1121 167 Hyden, Patti 1111 33, 49, 189 Hyden, Randy 181 77, 226 Idomir, Cathy 191 62, 216 Ihrig, Jan 181 50, 74, 226 lhrig, Kris 1111 189 lkemire, Sara 1101 205 lmel, Ron 181 77,226 Ingalls, Edna Mae 1Fac,1 153 Ingram, Tom 191 216 lnhofe, Marilyn 171 74, 236 Inhofe, Melinda 1101 205 INTERMEDIATE BAND 77 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 64 latt, Linda 171 236 Irby, Mark 1121 167 Irvin, Danielle 171 236 Ives, Steve 1121 38, 44, 96, 99, 168 J Jaccard Anne-Marie 10 63, 205 Jones, Jones, Dori 171 50, 236 Glenn 1111 190 Jones, Janice 1111 190 Jones, Jewel 1Fac.1 139 Jones Joel 181 226 Jnrdeii, inn ray 226 Lairmore, Martha 1121 40, 60, Lamb, Philip 1111 40, 190 Lambert, John 1101 206 Lambeth, Susi 1101 206 Lampton, Gary 1121 169 Landes, Deena 1111 190 Landrum, Don 1111 190 Lanrum, Frances 191 52, 217 Landrum, Mark 171 77, 237 Landrum, Warren 1111 190 Landry, Marjorie 1Fac.1 143 Lane, John 1121 169 Laney, Loyd 171 77, 237 61, 169 Mc McAdams, Danny 1111 191 McAfee, Stephanie 171 237 McAllister, Mike 1101 206 McAnulty, Bob 191 217 McAnulty, Jim 181 227 McArthur, Phil 1121 170 McBride, Gary 1101 206 McCalman, Don 112 170 McCants, Jeffrey 181 227 McCants, Laurie 1111 37, 41, 49, 62, 73, 191 Jones, Keith 1101 205 Jones, Larry 171 75, 236 Jones, Lee 181 74, 226 Janes, Marvin 1121 168 Jones, Michael 1121 168 Jones, Sharon 171 236 Jones, Tamro 171 236 Jordan, Leonard 1Fac.1 153 K K-CLUB 65 Kaiser, Kathy 171 237 Kaiser, Keith 191 75, 216 Kallay, Melissa 171 74, 236 Kangas, Scott 1101 86, 95,205 Kangas, Todd 1121 36, 44, 168 Karey, Patricia 181 53, 74, 226 Karey, Steve 1121 168 Katz, Stewart 191 50, 65, 76, 216 Kay, Mark 181 226 Keating, John 1101 205 Keating, Mike 181 75, 226 Kee, Kay 1121 72, 168 Keeling, Kathy 1101 205 Keeling, Meg 1111 190 Keeling, Pam 191 216 Keeling, Tim 1101 205 Keene, Charles 1111 49, 62, 190 Keeter, Mark 171 77 Keith, Linda 1121 168 Keithly, Jimmy 1101 71, 205 Kellenberger, Linda Ann 1121 168 Keller, Mike 1121 168 Keller, Nancy 1101 73, 205 Kelly, Michelle 171 237 Keltner, Steve 1121 168 Kemendo, Ben 171 232, 237 Kememdo, Vincent 181 226 Kemper, Toby 181 226 Kennedy, Barbara 171 76, 237 Jacobs, . l 1 Jack, Mark 171 236 Jackson, Althea 1101 37, 205 Jackson, Bob 1101 71, 205 Jackson, Brian 1111 48, 189 Jackson, Brooks 1121 168 Jackson, Jackson, Debby 191 52, 216 Donna 1101 43, 205 Jackson, Joan 1Fac.1 141 Jackson, Mary 1121 62, 168 Jackson, Mike 171 77, 236 Jacobs, Debbie 111140, 189 Fowler 171 77, 236 Kennedy, Charles 1111 190 Kennedy, Laymond 1Fac.1 137 Kennedy, Wayne 181 76, 226 Langford, Susan 191 217 Lanklord, Margaret 1101 73, 206 Lanphere, Laura 1111 72, 190 Lantern, Yvonne 1121 169 Larkin, Pat 191 207 LATIN CLUB, SENIOR HIGH 66 LATlN CLUB, JUNIOR HIGH 66 Lenn, Kirk 1111 190 Laughlin, Karen 171 237 LAW CLUB 60 Law, Gordon 171 237 Lawrence, Elizabeth 1121 169 Lawrence, Lisa 1101 63, 206 Lawrence, Liz 1121 41, 67 Lawson, Chris 191 217 LEADER CORPS 62 Leaman, Gordon 1121 44, 66, 169 Leaman, Steve 1111 106, 190 Lebold, Brian 181 77, 226 Lee, Barbara 1121 38, 41, 169 Lee, Diana 1111 41, 182, 183,190 Lee, Gary 171 77, 237 Lee, Jerry Bob 1121 46, 36, 44, 83, 84, 120, 124, 169 Lee, Kathy 111141, 62, 190 Lee, Pixie 1101119, 206 Leeper, Cindy 1111 190 Lees, Bill 191 217 Leikam, Kip 191 50, 65, 217 Leikam, Lisa 181 50, 74 Leland, Robert 191 217 Lemberg, Linda 1121 169 Lengocher, Robbie 191 53, 217 Leonard, Meg 171 74, 237 Leonard, Thad 191 217 Lesch, John 1111 190 LETTERMAN'S CLUB 44, 45 Levine, Laurie 1111 43, 67, 190 Levinson, Lee 1121 41, 82, 169 McCartney, Karen 1Fac.1 142, 199 McClain, Winnie 1Fac.1 138 McClay, Gary 1101 206 McClendon, Jim 191 217 McClendon, Judy 171 74, 237 McComma s, Jim 1101 206 McCormick, Brett '71 75, 237 McCormick, Gail 191 217 McCormick, Jay 1111 48, 191 McCraw, Gordon 1101 73, 206 McCraw, Theresa 171 74, 237 McCurley, Bert 1111 191 McCutcheon, Carl 1111 191 McDaniel, Cecilia 171 237 McDonald, Allan 1101 101, 207 McDonald Becky 1111 191 McDonald, Mary 1Fac.1 141 McDonald Mary un ia, 41,43, 67, 191 McDonald' Sandy in 237 McFarlin, McGee, V McGoffin, 'Faye rrnet 62, tu ickie noi 207 snliy 171 sa, 237 McGowan, Steve 1101 207 McGowan, Martha 1111 67, 199, 207 McGraw, Mclntosh, Mclntosh, Mclntosh, Mclntosh, Mclntyre, McKaskle, McKay, Br McKeague McKeague Kathy 191 52, 215, 217 Cynthia 1101 207 Kenneth my 191 linda111173,191 Nocus 1Fac.1159 David 1121 170 Hardy 1Foc,1 149 enda 1121 171 , Scott 171 237 , Susan 191 58, 75, 217 McKee Charles 191 65, 217 McKee: David 1121 171 McKee, McKee, Dena 171 237 Melissa 1111 41, 42, 191 Kenney, Karen 1121 36, 168 Kennon, Breck 1101 71, 206 Kennon, Julie 1121 168 Kenworthy, Bill 1101 206 Kenworthy, Bruce 1111 190 Keown, John 1111 73, 190 Kerr, Doug1101 206 Kerr, Kathy 181 74, 226 KEY CLUB 39 Lewis, Beverly'1l11 190 Lewis, Carol 1121 38, 41, 58, 5 9, 66, 169 Lewis, Chuck 171 237 Lewis Debbie 181 227 Lewis, Pamela 171 74, 232, 237 Lewis, Mark 1121 89, 105, 170 Lewis, Mark 1121 89, 105, 170 McKee, Scott 191 217 McKewon, Dorothy 1121 171 McKewon, Jeanette 1121 171 McKinney, John 181 227 McKinney, Marsha 1101 43 McKissick, Greg 1101 207 McLane, Dan 1111 89, 105, 191 McLaughlin, Susan 1121 171 McMahon, Mike 1101 55, 207 Kidd, Sandy 181 226 McMahon, Anne 191 50, 217, 219 Laebenaerref, Kim noy 73, 206 Jacobs, Mickey181 77, 226 Jacobus, Scott 181 226 Jahn, Carl 1111 190 James, Chris 171 53, 77, 236 Jahn, Eileen 181 53, 226 Johns, Pat 1111 40, 190 Johns, Steve 9 48 216 Iomes, B ll , ort1l01101, 102, 205, 211 James, Eddie 181 77, 226 James, Eddie '81 77, 226 James, Ellen 181 54, 74, 226 James, Jean 1Fac.1 153 James, James, Larry 1101 48, 205 Sally Ann 1121 42, 168 Kiter, Joe 1101 206 Kiger, Joe 1Fac,1 81, 150 Kimble, Charlie 191 216 Kincaid, Dina 181 75, 226 Kindschi, Mike 191 76, 216 Kindschi, Sue 1121 40, 64, 73, 168 King, George 191 216 King, Kenny '216 Lewis, Mnrk 1111 190 Lewis, Odetta 1Fac.1 136 Liddy, Cathy 1111 190 may Jayne 171 77, 237 Lierly, Regina 181 79, 221 Like, Brookie 1121 73, 170 Lile, Evelyn 1101 42, 206 Lile, Phil 1121 170 Lincoln Tom 10 86 105 206 McMahon, Chris 1111 191 McMahon, Dennis 1101 207 McMahon Mary 1121 171 McMahon, Mike 171 54, 237 McMullen, Mickey 191 217 McNair, Randy 1121 171 McNeil, Janey 171 237 McNeill, Sandy 181 227 King, Mike 1111 60, 190 Kinxie, Jack 1111 190 Kirkpatrick, Jean 191 52, 216 Kirkpatrick, John 1111 190 Kirkpatrick, Steve 171 53, 237 Jameson, Houston 1121 37,40, 120, 126 Jameson, Jean 1111190 Jarboe, Richard 1121 168 Jatras, Andrew 181 53, 226 Jatras, Stephanie 191 62, 216 Jeffery, Vicky 1101 73, 205 Jehs, Steve 1121 168 Jenkins, Sharon 1101 205 Jennin s Beau 12 44 96, 99,168 9, l 1 . Jennings, Diana 1121 168 Jennings Jo 1101 205 Jennings, Linda 181 74, 226 Jennings, Mary Ann 1101 199, 205 Jennings, Jennings, Robert 1121 168 Steven 171 77, 236 Jewell, Ann 181 75, 226 JoHansen, Steve 1111 190 Johnson, Angelica 191 216 Johnson, Bob 1111 72, 72, 190 Johnson, Charles 1Fac.1 152 Johnson, Candace 171 74, 236 Johnson, Daniel 181 226 Johnson, Deana 171 236 Johnson, Debbie 171 236 Johnson, Gail 1101 42, 73, 205 Johnson, Jenny 1121 168 Johnson, Karen 171236 Johnson, Kevin 171 77, 236 Johnson, Kim 1111 190 Johnson, Lance 181 226 Johnson, Leslie 1101 205 Johnson, Lisa 171 58, 74, 236 Johnson, Pam 1111 190 Johnson, Patti 191 50, 52, 53, 216 Johnson, Sally 1101 42, 205 Johnson, Sharon 1121 168 Johnson, Ted 171 236 Johnson, Tommy 1111 190 Johnson, vseki 1121 lee Johnston, Beth 1101 205 Johnston, Bob 181 226 Johnston, Mike 171 77, 236 Johnston, Phil 171 236 Johnston, Surn 1121 70, 71,168 Jones, Adrienne 1111 40, 48, 49, 73, 190 Jones, Jones, Jones, Barbara 181 226 Christopher 171 77, 236 Debbie 191 216 Kirkpatrick, Tom 181 53, 226 Kisner, Richard 1Fac.1 152 Klup, Robin 171 232, 237 Klar, JoAnn 191 75, 216 Klasky, Amy 1101 206 Kleinecke, Ruth Ann 191 216 Kleineke, Walter 171 237 Knorr, Suzanne 1111 33, 190 Knight, Alvin 1121 168 Knoblock, Susan 1111 182, 192 Knott, Karen 1121 168 Knotts, Susie 191 216 Kobdish, Don 171 237 Kobdish, Mark 191 50, 53, 217 Koch, Bob 1101 206 Koch, Kenny 171 50, 53, 77, 237 Koch, Steve 1121 169 Kolpek, Gordon 191 217 Kopelman, Jeffrey 1121 40, 169 Kopp, Stuart 1111 55, 72, 190 KoPD, Valorie 181 74, 75, 226 Kowalski, Gary 191 217 Kowalski, Jeff 1121 38, 40, 44, 108, 169 Kraemer, Bruce 191 76, 217 Kraft, Kathy 1101 42, 206 Kraft, Susan 181 50, 57, 226 Kramer 1111 37, 186 Kreisvelt, Cheryl 181 226 Krohn, Bob 191 75, 217 Krohn, Stephen 1101 48, 206 Kunkel, Harold 171 237 Kunsman, Sarah 1111 190 . l 1 . , Linde, Gary 191 76, 217 Linde, Nancy 1111 71, 190 Lindley, Bruce 191 217 Lindley, Charlotte 1121 170 Lindley, Jan 1101 206 Lindsey, Doug 171 237 Lineborger, Mike 1101 206 Ling, Brenda 1101 42, 206 Lipe, Suzi 171 237 Litson, Diane 1101 67, 206 Little, Jennifer 171 74, 237 Little, Jim 1101 206 Little, Becky 171 234, 237 McNickle, Norman 111 191 McPeI'ers, Bill 1Fac.1 152 McQuirk, Kathleen 181 227 McRorey, Ron 1101 86, 207 MCUsic, Mike 181 75, 227 McVay, Dan 1101 199, 207 McVay, Richard 1121 171 McWho rte r, Kevin 1121171 M Littlefield, Craig 191 76, 217 Littlefield, Kirk 1101 206 Littlefield, Mark 1111 41, 190 Lobaugh, Gary 1121 170 Lobaugh, Linda 191 76, 217 Locke, Teresa 191 217 Lofton, Hal 171 77, 237 Loggins, Linda 191 217 Logsdon, Cindy 171 53, 76, 237 Logsdon, Tamara 191 76, 217 London, Jamie 181 227 London, Melody 1101 206 Long, Mike 1111 190 Losey, Donna 181 75, 227 Losey, Jeanette 1111 63, 191 Love, Debbie 191 217 Lovellette, Karen 171 74, 237 LoVellette, Patty 1111 191 LoVellette, Steve 191 76, 217 Lowery, Mary 181 227 Lubin, Craig 1121 41, 44, 108, Lubin, Debbie 1101 31, 37, 42, Lubin, Mark 171 50, 75, 237 Lucas, Lisa 181 74, 227 170 63 , 206 Macey, Eric 1121 36, 41, 171 Mack, Dalvin 1Fac.1 147, 194 Macklin, Gordon 1121 70, 71, 171 Madison, Lyle 181 227 Maher, Diana 1121 36, 41, 42, 171 Maher, Mike 1101 37, 101, 198, 199, 207 Mahoney, Sandy 191 74, 217 Maley, Steve 171 53. 237 Mandell, Beth 171 50, 74, 237 Mandell, Marc 191 50, 53, 217 Manes, Joanne 1121 171 Maness, John 1101 71, 207 Maness, PGQQY 1121 43, 58, 171 Mann, Arleen 1111 191 Manning, Mark 1121 60, 171 Manning, Mary 1111 191 Mansur, Brent 1101 73, 207 Mantooth, Carol 1121 19, 38, 39, 171 Mantooth, Max 181 222, 227 Manus, Roger 1111 41, 191 Marching Band 68, 69 Marcum, Alene 171 58, 237 Mark, Nellene 1121 171 Markert, Greg 191 217 Kurtz, Philip 111148, 49, 190 Kuykendall, Crystal 1121 169 Kuykendail, Troy 1101 95, 206 Kygar, Linda 1111 43, 55, 190 L Lacey, Jim 191 217 Ladner, Mary Pat 1121 19, 36, 39, 40, 49, 59, 169 Laeger, Jaquetta 1111 42, 190 Lahmeyer, Pat 1101201, 206 Lahmeyer, Tommy 1111 190 Laird, Larry 1101 206 Lairmore, Jack 1101 206 Lucy, Colleen 191 52, 62, 217 Lucy, Kathy 1101 206 Lucy, Rick 171 77, 237 Ludman, Lynn 1121 170 Luker, Danny 1101 206 Luker, John 1121 170 Lukken, Claudia 171 58, 74, 237 Lukken, Diane 1111 48, 191 Lukowitch, Jean 181 57, 76, 227 Lukowitch, Kathryn 191 54, 76, 217 Lumley, Roger 171 237 Lynch, Peter 1121 170 Lyon, Chris 1101 37, 101, 206 Lyon, Janet191 50, 62, 217 Lyon, Terry 181 227 Lyons, Kathy 1101 206 Marks, Joanne 1111 43, 46, 67, 191 Marks, Penny 1101 43, 46, 67, 73, 199 207 Marler, Oreno 171 237 Marquette, Jeff 1121 171 Marquette, Pat 1111 71, 191 Marshall, Annette 112141, 171 Marshall, Betty 1Fac.1 142 Marshall, Tom 1101 207 Marshall, Tom 1111 191 Martin, Denny 171 237 Martin Jackie 1121 171 Martin Jan 191217 Martin Jan 181 50, 227 Martin Jean E, 1111 191 Martin Jean 1111 191 Martin Jan 181 50, 227 Martin Jean 1111 191 Index 0 249 Moore, Wes 171 238 Phillips, Bill 1121 174 Masek, Mindy 181 227 Morro i I MATH CLUB 53 Murphy, Matt 181 76, 228 Poyas, Patterso F-i, 7 l ,, ,H YY, W , Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Jean E. 1111191 John 181 227 John 171 75, 237 Julia 171 237 Martin, Katy 1121 36, 42, 49, 73, 112, 113, 123, 124, 171 Martin, Rick 1111 191 Martin, Robert 1111 99, 191 Martin, Sally 1121 19, 36, 43, 49, 116, 120, 124, 171 Martin, Shirley 1Fac.1 141 Martin, Susan 1111 191 . Moshburn, Arnold 191 217 Mashburn, Paula 171237 Mason, Sam 1111 191 Masson, Paul 1111 37, 41, 62, 191 Masters, Cynthia 171 53, 54, 237 Masters, Nancy 191 50, 52, 217 Masters, Neil 1111 191 Masters, Niles 171 237 Masters, Noel 1101 207 Matetic Matotic h, George 191 218 h Tricia 11163, 191 Moore, Diana 181 227 Moore, Gregory 171 76, 238 Moore, Jane Ann 1121 49, 67, 173 Moore, Cheryl 1111 18, 41, 73, 192 Morova, Janis 1101 207 Morgan, Janet 1121 42, 63, 173 Morgan, Jim 1111 192 Morgan, Lynn 181 227 Morgan Nielson, John 171 238 Niemi, Scott 181 228 Niemi, Madalene 171 238 Niehuis, Gay 1111 182, 183, 192, 37, 41 Nienhuis, Jim 191 218 Niland, Penny 1121 173 Niles, Mark 1121 173, 36 Perrin, Dan 191 65, 218 Perrin , Perrym Terri 181 228 an, Patti 1111 193 Peters, Paul 1121 82 Peters, Susan 1121 41, 49, 174 Petre, Wayne 181 228 Petrie Mark 171 54, 77, 238 Margie 1101 207 Moore,lMiche 191 215, 21a Moore, S haron 171 238 Morgan, Digges 191 218 Morgan, Nancy 191 52, 62, 218 Morgan Sharon 11 192 , I l Morgan, Susan 1101 73, 207 Marle y, Anne 191 50, 75, 218 Moore, Matt 1101 207 Morris, David 1111 192 Morris, Kevin 17153, 238 Morris, Marilyn 1111 37, 192 Morris, Marsha 1101 43, 73, 207 Morrison, Cindy 181 77, 227 Morrison, Dixie 191 218 w, Alan 1121 173 Nilles, Elaine 191 75, 53, 218 Nilles, Bill 181 228 Nix, Mauchetta 171 238 Nix, Mark Allen 1121 173, 91 Noel, Nancy 171 238 Petrie, Susan 110143, 208 Petta, Ken 1121 41, 174 Pettiere, Stephen 1121 174 Pettigrove, Ben 191 218 Pettigrove, Candy 1121 43, 49, 174 North, Mark 1111 192 Norvel I, David 191 53, 218 Notley, Beatrice 1Fac.1 145 Notley, Marianne 1111 192 Noyes, Dennis 1111 193 Nunez, David 181 228 Nunnally, Scott 1101 207 Nunnally, Dean 1101 207 Nunneley, Linda 1121 173 Nunneley, Lorna 181 74, 228 Nunneley, Ray 1Fac.1 97, 99, 151 O Phillips, Craig 191 53, 54, 65, Phillips, Don 1Fac.1 142 Phillips, Doris 1Fac.1 138 Phillips, Greg 171 238 Phillips, Jayne 171 238 Phillip Phillip 76, 218 s, Laurada 1111 193 s, Lynea 191 52, 218 Phillips, Mark 1121 174 Phillips, Nita 181 228 Phillips, Randy 181 75 Phipps, Mike 191 219 Phipps, Sharon 1121 174 Matheny, Joanna 181 227 Mathen y, Mitch 171 237 Morow, James 1Fac.1 65, 148 Morrow, Sara 1101 207 Matheny, Pat 191 218 Mathers, Lisa 171 237 Mauldin, Alan 181 77, 227 Mauldin, Ginger 1101 43, 67, 207 Mauldin, Jane 191 52, 76, 218 Morton, Moses, R opvia 1121 173 obert 181 228 Moskowitz, Jerry 181 228 Moskowitz, Jim 1101 207 Moskowitz, Marcy 1101 42, 56, 58 Oakley, Julie Ann 1121 173 Obert, Lucy 1111 42, 49, 193 O'Brien, Kevin 191 65, 218 O'Connor, Maureen 1121 173 Mauldin, Patty 18176, 227 May, Bruce 1111 191 May, Terry 1121 171 Meade, Roy 171 77, 237 MEDICAL CLUB 64 Meek, Arthur 1111 191 Meek, Becki 191 218 Meek, Pete 1121 60, 171 Meinert, Carolyn 191 52, 218 Meinert, Robert 1101 71, 207 Meister, Paulette 171 74, 237 Mell, Walter 1101 71, 207 Melone, Jerry 191 54, 218 Melone, Jill 191 218 Meng, Christopher 171 77, 237 Meng, John 1111 191 Moss, Cindy 1101 207 Moulin, Gary 1121 173 Moydell, Barry 1111 192 Moyer, Jacquie 1101 207 Mullenax, Marsha 171 238 Mulmed, Lisa 1111 182, 192 Munding, Paul 1121 64, 173 Miiiidl, Linda 1111 192 Mungen, Kathie 1121 43, 72, 173 Munn, Richard 1111 192 Menkofi, David 191 218 Merrill Thomas 171 76,237 Merry,'Phil 191 218 Mesker, Mesker Bill 181 227 Thomas 7 76 237 i l l i Messmer, Rebecca 191 75, 218 Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Bill 1121 36, 38, 60, 171 James 191 218 Peggy 1101 207 Stacey191 50, 52, 53, 58, 218 Steve 191 48, 218 Meyerhoft, James 171 77, 237 Meyers, Brent 1121 171 Meyers, Carolyn 191 52, 53, 54, 218 Meyers, Mary Sue 171 237 Middlemus, Edwina 191 218 Middleton, John 1121 41, 71, 171 Middleton, Jelf 191 65, 218 Anne Marie 171 77, 237 Miller, Miller, Bill 1121 44, 60, 82, 83, 85, 106, 171 Miller, Bobby 171 218 Miller, Debby 1101 55, 207 Miller, Glennis 1Fac.1 137, 222 Miller, Miller, Judy 1121 42, 172 John 181 227 Miller, Lori 181 50, 74, 227 Miller, Mike 181 227 Miller, Mike C. 181 227 Miller, Mike J. 181 227' Miller, Mike L. 1101 207 Miller, Peter 1121 172 Miilei, Sally 1121 42, 172 Miller, Susan 191 218 Millet Tom 1121 36, 123, 172 Munn, Tom 8 77, 228 I l Tom 112138, 39, 49, 64 Munson, Munson, Mark 1111 101, 192 Muratet, Kenny 191 76, 218 Muratet, Linda 1111 43, 63, 192 Murphy, Andy 191 76, 218 Murphy, Marilyn 1111 192 Murphy, Mike 1111 18, 61, 62,192 Murray, Pat 191 218 Murphy, Paul 181 228 Murray, Phyllis 1111 73, 182, 192 Murrell, Danny Joe 181 228 Murrell, Joyce 191 52, 218 Murta, Mary 1121 41, 72. 173 Murta, Pat 181228 Muse, Dan 191 218 Muse, Marilyn 1121 173 Muse, Mike 1111 192 Musick, cott 1 7 Mylar S 1 11 70, 1, 192 Barbara 1111 42, 46, 192 Myles: opp, 1101 207 Myles, Greg 171 238 N097. 106 N Rickey 1111 182, 192, 38, 91, 93, Nalleyi Margaret 1101207 Oden, Bill 181 228 Oden, Steve 1111 193 Oldaker, James 1111 193 Olds, Gary 181 50, 76, 228 Olinger, Bob 171 77, 238 Olinger Shauna 191 62, 76, 218 Oliver, Ann 171 238 Oliver, Cindy 1111 193 Oliver, Danny 191 218 Olmstead, Leila 1Fac.1 138 O'Meilia, Kevin 181 228 O'Meilia, Michael 1101 207 O'Meilia, Sharon 171 74, 238 O'Neil, CeCe 1111 193 Ortega. Gustavo 1121 36, 38, 121, 173, 202 Orthwein, Bill 171 238 Osander Coleen 1111 193 Osborn, Carrie 191 52, 218 Osborne, Monty 181 228 Osher, Henry 191 218 Osher, Sam 1101 48, 207 Ouinette, Bryan 171 238 Owen, David 171 77, 238 Owen, Judi 1111 41, 43, 185, 193 Ozment, Marcus 1101 207 P Padgett, Jesse 1Fac.1 60, 149 Page, Bryan 191 218 Page, Steve 1121 41. 173 Palmer, Anita 1111 193 Palmer, Carrie Lynn 171 238 Palmer, Judy 1101 207 Palmer, Rick 191 218 Park, Jett 1101 207 Parker, Donna 1111 193 Pickens, Shelley 110173, 208 Pierce,Emerette 1111 18, 73, 193 Pierce, Hugh 1Fac.1 44, 89, 105, 150 Pierson, Mickey 1121 174 Piland, Sheralee 191 54, 219 Pilkington, Brad 1121 174 Pinion, Seamus 181 228 Piiikpsky, Dick 1111 193 Pitcher, David 171 76,238 Pitcher, Jo 181 53, 76, 228 Pitt, Mahlon 1121 174 Pittman, John 1101 208 Pitts, Bil11l11 193 Pitts, Debbie 191 74, 219 Pitts, Eiiee 181 74, 228 Pitts, Erica 181 74, 228 Plemons, Nancy 18176, 228 Plumb, Pat 171 57, 238 Poertner, Billy 171 238 Pollok, Vicky 171 238 Pollard, Rachel 1Fac.1 145 Polson, Chata 191 219 Poison, Cheryl 1121 174 Polson, Cindy 171 74, 238 Polston, Kathy 181 228 Pool, Phillips 171 77, 238 Pope, Delissa 1111 193 Pope, Janette 171 77, 238 Pope, Melissa 1121 174 Pope, Scott 191 75, 219 Porter, Porter, Posey, Nancy 1121 174 Paul 1101 208 Sandy 1101 208 Posner, Chip 181 50, 77, 229 Postier , Ervin 1Fac.1 143 Postier, Vicki 1111 193 Potter, Pat 1101 4s, 2oa Pottorf, Mary 1Fac.1 145 Powell, David 181 75. 229 Powell Powell Powell , Janice 181 76, 229 , I. D. 1Fac.1 152 , Tora 171 238 Powers, Kent 191 65, 76, 219 Powers, Merle 1Fac.1 86, 150 Powers, Rebekah 171 74 Powers, Robert 1121 174 P Cheri Jo 1Fac.1 144 Nanny, Sarah 1101 207, 42 Nash, Nicky 1121 173, 106 Nash, Reb 1111 192 Nash, Sue 1111 192, 63 Nation, Garry 1101 207, 71 Nation, Lee 1111 192, 71, 70, Millerick, Kathleen 1121 172 Millerick, Patti 1111 191 Milliliiii, Georgia 171 74,237 Mills, John 171 237 Mills, Marcia 1121 172 Mills, Miha, 191 21s Mindeman, Karl 171 77, 238 Mindeman, Tad 191 65, 218 Mirkin, Steve 1121 172 Miipii, Monte 1111 191 Misch, RoseElla 1Fac.1 50, 145 Misenhimer, Alan 191 218 Mitchell, David 181 227 Mitchell, Elizabeth 181 227 Mitchell, Gary 1101 207 Mitchell, Joann 1111 182, 191 Mitchell, John 1111 48, 49, 191 Mitchell, Lisa 1111 191 Mitchell, Marcia 1Fac.1 53, 144 Mitchell Nancy 1101 207 Mitchell: Valrie 1111 191 MIXED CHORUS, Sr. High 73 Mixon, Kathy 1121 19, 172 Mizel, Vicki 191 218 Money, Cathey 1101 207 Money, Mark 191 76, 218 Monhollon, Blair 181 227 Monhollon, Mark 1111 207 Monhollon, Robert 1121 88, 89, 172 Monnet, Bill 112141, 64, 172 Monroe, Max 1111 191 Monroe, Theresa 1101 207 Montgomery, Linda 171 238 Moody, Ann 1Fac.1 58, 145 Montgomery, Marcy 1121 172 Montgomery, Vanessa 1101 207 Moaberry, Mark 171 238 Mooney, Mark 1101 207 Moore, Brenda 1111 41, 192 Moore, Charles 1111 191 Moore, Debbie 191 218 250 0 Index 41 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 40-41 Nava, Yolanda 171 238, 77 Neal, Mpiei 1121 173 Neal, Robin 1101 207, 101 Neck, Debbie 1101 207, 73, 42, 37 Neal Tommy 191 218 Neckilinda 1121 173, 42 Neck Vicky 171 54 74, 23a Nedo,m', Bob 1101 207 Nee, Mary 171 238 Neerman John 1121 173 Nelson, Bob 1121 173 Nelson, Bob 1111 99, 192, 37, 44 Nelson, Cathy 191 52, 218, 219 Nelson, John 1101 207, 84 Nelson, Jill 171 238 Nelson, Judy 181 228, 54 Nelson, Leslie 1121 173 Nelson, Mike 1111 192 Nelso Nelso Nelso Nelso Nelso Nelso Ness, Ness, Nevil New, New, n, Norman 171 54, 238 n, Peter 181 228 n, Rick 1101 207 ii, Rick 1101 207 n, Teri 191 218 n, Tim 191 218 Dean 171 238, 77, 53 Richard 191 76, 65, 218 le, Greg 171 238, 77 Donna 1121 173, 38, 41, 63, Ronnie 1101 207 Newberry, Karen 1111 192, 41, 72 Newberry, Susan 1111 192 Newman, Jacanette 1Fac.1 141 Newman Y I I , Newsom, Nancy 191 218 Newsom, Steve 1111 192 Newton, Curt 1121 173 Newt on, Geary 1101 207, 73, 108 Newton, John 1121 173 Nichols, Alan 191 218, 54 Nichols, Rebecca 171 74, 238 Nichols, Steve 181 57, 228 Nicholson, Audrey 1111 192 Nichoison, Blake 171238 Nielson, Carl 1121 173 Nielson, Donna 1111 192, 63 Parker, Glenda 181 228 Parker, Greg 191 218 Parker, Joyce 181 228 Parker, Lonna 1111 193 Parker, Steve 1121 41, 55, 174 Parker, Tommy 1101 207 Parks, Bob 191 65, 76, 218 Parks, Bo 11 193 bi l Parks, Richard 181 228 Parrish, Beth 171 238 Parrish, Clark 1101 37, 72, 86, 101, 203. 207 Parrish, Frank 1111 193 Parrish, Harry 1121 174 Parrish, Paula 1111 193 Parrish, Sandro 171 238 Parsons, Carol 1Fac.1 140 Pascucci, Mary Ann 1101 42, 206, 207 Patten, Pamela 191 54, 218 Patterson, Ann 1121 38, 41, 174 Patterson, April 171 77, 238 Patterson, Jan1121 174 Patterson, Lindsay 1121 42, 174 Patterson Russ 181 222, 228 ii1Tpiii11l1 193 32 , Kath 9 53 52, 62, 218, 50 Pattison, Janis 1111 193 Pattison, Joe 1101 91, 207 Pattison, Joyce 1101 207 Patton, James 1Fac1 85, 150 Patton, Mike 1101 86, 207 Patton, Sherrie 171 74, 238 Ppiil, Meliiiplp 111141, 182,193 Payne, Wesley 1121 101, 174 Peace, Paula 181 228 Peace, Rick 1101 208 Pedersen, Naomi 1Fac.1 146 Peek, Lindy 171 238 Peek, Marcia 1111 193 Peek, Sandie 191 218 Peeples, Alan 181 76, 228 Peeples, Caroll 191 76, 218 Peeples, Earl 1121 41, 44, 91, 95 Pence, Al 191 218 Pendergrass, Tom 1121 174 PEP CLUB 42 Perez, Iliana 1121 174 Perez, Maria 1111 193 Perigen, Debbie 1101 73, 208 Perigen, Steve 181 228 Perkins,Recia Jaye 171 238 Perlich, Debbie 181 53, 74, 75, 228 Perlich, Debby 191 74 Pratt, Thomas 1121 41, 44, 99, 174 Praytor, Lon 191 219 i Preaus, Susan 1121 174 Pribyl, Sally 1101 42, 208 Price, John 1111 41 Price, Rodney 1121 174 Price, Roger 110186, 208 Priester, Pam 1101 47, 208 Prohaska, Danny 171 58, 238 Prohaska, Nancy 191 219 Prohaska, Ronnie 1101 89, 95, 208 Prophet, Suzanna 1121 174 Pumphrey, Jan 1111 193 Pumphrey, Nancy 181 229 Putnam, Cindy 191 52, 53, 62, 219 Putnam. Sandy 1101 42, 199, 208 Putnam, Terry 171 238 Q Quinn, Jamie 1101 208 Quinn, John 1101 208 Quinn, Shelley 181 229 R Radclilt, Laura 1101 43, 63, 208 Radlord, Britt 191219 Ralfensperger, Dennis 1111 82, 193 Rattensperger, Kenneth 1101 208 Rahmes, John 1111 193 Rahmes, Mary 1111 41, 193 Romseur, Mac 1111 73, 193 Romseur, Rabbi 191 52, 62, 219 Ramsey, Linda 111L4,1,,, 62,71, 71, 193, Ramsey, Melton 1Fac.1 1'52' ' Ranck, Robert 1121 175 Randall, Scott 1111 193 Rathmann, Steve 1121 49, 64, 66, 175 Rathiens, Russell 1Fac.1 137 Ratlift, John 181 229 Rotliii, Shirley 1Fac.1 148 Rauch, Harry 191 53, 76, 219 Rauch, Tina 171 53, 238 Rausch, Connie 171 74, 238 Rausch, Rob 171 238 Rovis, Sally 1101 37, 58, 211 Rawlings, Sharon 1121 175 Ray, Albert 181 229 Rebh, G Ray, Laurie 191 219 Ray, Leslie 1101 56, 208 Ray, Margaret 171 77, 238 Ray, Pat 18150, 229 Rayburn, Debbie 181 229 eorge 1121 106 Rorschach, Barbara 1101 208 Rorschach, Betsy 1111 41, 46, 61, 194 Rose, Sandi 1101 208 Rose, Stephen 1101 73, 208 Rosenthal, Demi 1121 41, 175 Rosenthal, Tammi 1101 46, 208 Rebholtx, Marie 1101 42, 64, 208 RED CROSS, JR. HIGH 55 RED CROSS, SR, HIGH 54 Redding, Davis 191 76, 219 Redding, Rebecca 171 232, 238 Redfeorn, Lillie 171 238 Redfearn, Patrice 1101 208 Redman, Phillip 1111 193 Reed, Allyson 1101 208 Reed, sen A 18150 229 Ross, Bruce 1121 38, 72,121, 175 Ross, C Ross, D arrie 1101 208 avid 1121 71, 175 Ross, Dennis 1111 194 Ross, D onna 191 76, 219 Ross, Madeline 181 74, 229 Ross, Marc 191 65, 219 Ross, Sara 171 53, 239 Ross, Scott 1101 208 Ross, Steve 191 219 Ross, Susan 1121 30, 36, 38, 61, 64, 175 Y 1 1 Reed, Betsy F. 181 74, 229 Reed, Chuck 1111 99, 193 Reed, David 1111 193 Reed, David 1101 208 Reed, Debbie 1111 193 Reed Meredith 171 238 Stites, Linda 1121 177 Reed, Sandy 1111 193 Reed, Valerie 191 62, 219 Reeds, Jeff 191 219 Reeves, Larry 171 77, 238 Reibert, Chris 1101 86, 208 Read, Frank 1111 193 Reid, Jennifer 181 76, 229 Reidy, Jerry 191 219 Reinhard, Abby 1111 43, 6, 193 Reinhard, Kaye 1121 175 Reinhard, Susan 191 219 Reis, Susan 1111 193 Rentro, Karen 1Fac.1 20B Rentfro, Larry 1Fac,1 91, 151 Reves, Charles 1Fac.1 149 Rex, Patricia 191 219 Reynolds, Alan 171 53, 77, 238 Reynolds, Darcy 171 54, 238 Reynolds, Debbie 1101 208 Reynolds, Don 1111 193 Reynolds, Merrill 191 50, 219 Reynolds, Ron 1111 193 Rhine, Jody 1101 208 Rhine, Ricky 181 53, 229 Rhoades, Bart 1121 106, 175 Rhoades, Frank 1121 91, 94, 175 Rhoades, Mike 1101 B6, 95, 208 Rhoades, Terry 171 238 Rhodes, Kathy 1121 29, 43, 63, 175 Rich, Melanie 1101 43, 206, 208 Rich, William 181 53, 229 Richards, Barbara 191 35, 53, 219 Richards. David 181 229 Richards, John 171 238 Richards, Julie 181 76, 229 Richards, Karen 1111 49, 193 Richardson, David 1101 208 Richardson, Zina 181 77, 229 Richey, June 1Fac.1 18, 140 Richey, Mary 171 238 Richter, Pete 1111 193 Rickabaugh, Judy 1121 175 Riddle, Scott 1121 175 Rouse, Harry 181 76, 219 Rowland, Greg 191 219 Rowland, Karen 1101 208 Razell, linda 1101 208 Rudd, David 1111 194 Rudd, Vicki 1101 208 Ruffin, Lois 1101 42, 208 Ruggles, Diane 1121 41, 175 Ruggles, Gary 1111 194 Ruggles, Linda 1101 42, 71, 208 Rughman, Linda 1Fac.1 62, 150 Ruhr, Greg 1101 208 Ruhr, Karen 1111 194 Ruhr, Kathleen 171 239 Rumbaugh, Jane 1121 41, 43, 175 Russell Cece 1101 208 Shapi ro, Ruth 1121 39, 41, 127, 176 Sharp, David 111141, 194 Sharp, Joe 1101 209 Sharpe, David 1111 70, 71, 194 Sharpe, Michael '71 239 Shaw, Melissa 1121 60, 64, 176 Shell, Steve 191 53, 75, 220 Shellmore, Bret 171 77, 239 Shellshear, Elizabeth 191 220 Shelton, Rex 17150, 239 Shepherd, Linc 1101 73, 74, 209 Shepherd, Lynn 171 76, 239 Sheridan, Gary 1111 194 Sheriff, Sue 171 77, 239 Sherman, Barb 1101 73, 209 Sherman, Suzy 1121 176 Sherran, Beth 1121 43, 67, 176 Sherron, David 171 57, 239 Sharron, Patti 191 220 Sherrod, Beverly 1101 209 Shields, Barney 181 229 Shields, Timothy 1121 83, 84, 181, 1 76 Spear, Vicki 1111 43, 60, 67, 195 Speed, Brenda 1121 41, 60, 72, 176 Speed, Nan 110160, 209 Speegle, David '81 229 Speegle, Roger 1121 71, 176 Spellman, B. J. 1101 86, 209 Spellman, Pam 191 52, 220 Spence, Jeff 171 240 Spence, Joe 191 220 Spencer, Chris 181 75, 229 Spencer, Kitty 1111 41, 71, 73, 195 Spitzmiller, Debbi 191 62, 220 Spitzmiller, Marcia '111 195 Springer, Karen 1111 195 Springer, Laura 1121 41, 48, 177 Springer, Michael 171 240 Spurgin, Bill 1121 60, 64,177 Stafford, James 1Fac.1 149 Stafford, Kathi191 53, 54,76, 220 Stafford, Phil 1101 72, 99, 209 STAGE BAND 70 STAGECRAFT 48 Shingler, Bill 181 229 Shingler, Robert 181 229 Shirley, Bill 1111 194 Shockey, Cynthia 171 239 Shoemaer, Richard 1111 194 Shoemaker, Susie '71 74, 239 shore, Kim 1111 194 Short, Betsy 1111 194 Shouse, Lynn 181 229 Shumate, Ricky 191 220 Sibole, David 1101 108, 209 Staines, Stalcup, Stalcup, Stalcup, Jennifer 191 75, 220 Katie 1111 43, 195 Lanilea 171 74, 240 Larry 191 220 Stallard, Mary 191 52, 58, 74, 75, 76, 220 Stomper, Steve 181 229 Stanbery, Paula 1101 42, 209 Stanfield, Pat 1121 42, 120, 177 Stanley, Stanley, JoAnn 1101 31, 37, 63, 209 Lane 1101 43, 46, 209 Russell, Debbie 191 219 Russell, Jenny 1101 208 Russell, Robin 1111 194 Russell, Sylvia 1111 41, 45, ss, 194 Russell, William 1121 175 Rutter, John 181 229 Rutter, Sherry 191 74 Ryan, B ill 181 75, 229 Ryan, Debi 1101 208 Ryan, Kendra 1111 71, 194 Ryker, Herb 171 239 Sibole, sieve 1111 44, 1o1, 194 Sicka, Jo ce 11 194 Y l 1 Sidun, Nancy 181 53, 229 Sidun, Tom 191 53, 220 Silver, Susan 1111 18, 194 siivey, Phil 1111 194 Simmons, Cyndi 191 76, 220 Simmons, Roger 1111 194 Simon Simon s, Carl 171 75, 240 s, John 1101 B6, 209 Sim son Barr 9 220 Stanton, Deborah 1111 195 Starr, Sandy 191 52, 220 Steed, Dennis 1101 73, 210 Steele, David '81 229 Steele, Roy 1111 18 Steele, Scot 1101 86, 210 Steiner, Joseph 1121 177 Steiner, Tom 1101 210 Steinmeyer, Jeff 171 240 Steinmeyer, Kevin 191 220 Stenhouse, Donna 1121 177 S Saab, Victoria 191 B5, 219 Sabetti, Laurie 1121 175 Sackett, Keith 181 54, 76, 229 Salamy, Paula 191 54, 219 Salter, Chuck 1101 71, 208 Samuel, Mary Jo 1Fac.1 152 Samuelson, Mary 1121 38, 49, 72, 176 Sanchez, Rachel 1Fac.1 145 Sanders, Joe 191 219 Sanderson, Bob 1Fac.1 146 Sandschaper, Tona 1101 208 Sanford, Gale 1111 41, 49, 194 Sangunett, Sue 1121 176 Sark, Susan 181 229 Satterwhite, Tex 1121 176 Saubert, Doug 1101 73, B6, 108, 208 Saubert, Robyn 191 50, 62, 75, 219 ' P . yt l Simpson, Debbie 171 240 Simpson, Linda 1111 194 Sims, Jeri 171 240 Sinclair, Raymond '121 176 Sinclair, Susan 1111 63, 195 Singer, Ellen 1101 37. 209 Singer, Steve 181 50, 229 Singer, Susan 181 229 Sinnard, Karen 1111 195 Sipes, Jim 1101 209 Sipes, Karen 19152, 220 Sipes, Sharon 181 229 Skinner, Shawna 171 240 Slagle, Rodney 1111 195 Slagle, Shelley 181 75, 229 Slankard, Mike 1111 195 Slater, Kevin 171 240 Slater, Kim 171 240 Slater, Mae 1Fac.1 149 Slater, Marilyn 1101 73, 209 Stephen son, Carol 191 62, 220 Stephenson, Charles 1121 177 Stephenson, Nancy 1121 177 Stephenson,Nelson 181 229 Stevens, Barbara 1101 42, 210 Stevens, Daniel 1121 44, 91, 92, 95, 177 Stevens, Frances 1111 195 Stevens, Howard 171 240 Stevens, Jane 181 229 Stevens, Stevens, Susan 191 220 Trudy 1121 42, 46, 47, 63, 177 Steward, Doug 1101 71, 210 Steward, Jan 171 53. 240 Steward, Karann 1121 38, 42, 63, 177 Steward, Mike 1101 101, 210 Stewart, Bob 1101 86, 210 Stewart, Jeff 1101 210 Stewart, Joyce 191 50, 52, 62, 220 Stewart, Loray 1111 195 Stewart, Shelly 1111 18, 195 Riggs, D Riggs, E ebbie 1101 42, 208 ileen 181 50, 74, 222, 229 Riggs, Steve 191 219 Riley, Joel 181 229 11 41 53 55 y, Pat1 1 , , , 58,193 Ritter, Jim 112144, 91, 93, 94, 175 Roach, Debi 1111 193 Roach, Patricia 171 238 Robbins, Robbins, Roberts, Roberts, Dick 191 219 Thomas 1121 41, 175 Debbie 1101 56, 63, 199, 208 Kenneth 1121 175 Roberts, Nancy 1121 175 Roberts, Pat 171 77, 238 ' Roberts, Peggy 191 52, 54, 219 Roberts, Rod 1121 44, 60, 106, 175 Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, Susan 171 77, 239 Steven 171 77, 139 Wayne 171 239 Robertson, Kathy 181 74, 229 Robertson, Mike 1121 19, 38, 40, 49, 126, 175 Robertson, Peggy 171 239 Robertson, Peter 171 232, 239 Robertson, Sherman 1Fac.1 142 Robertson, Susan 181 229 Robertson, Tom 1101 86, 101, 199, 208 Robinson, Allen 181 75, 229 Robinson, Betty 1101 73, 20B Robinson, Mark 181 229 Rabohm, Mary 181 57, 76, 229 Rabohm, Richard 1121 48, 49, 175 Rodgers, James 1121 36, 38, 40, 64, 122, 126, 175 Rodgers Paula 181 50, 74, 229 , Rodman, Thomas 1121 72, 175 Rodolf, Kim 1121 175 Rodoll, Mark 171 239 Rodrigue Roesler, s, Tina 181 229 Valerie 171 50, 54, 77, 239 Rogers, Annette 19154, 75, 219 Rogers, Brad 171 239 Rogers, Chris E. 1101 208 Rogers, Chris L. 1101 31, 63, 208 Rogers, Claudette 171 74, 239 Rogers, Larry 191 75, 219 Rogers, Laurann 1Fac.1 63, 157 Rogers, Linda 181 76, 229 Rogers, Nedra 1111 193 Rogers, Sandra 1111 43, 194 Rolfe, Jay 1101 71, 208 Roller, Kathy 191 219 Roller, Larry 181 229 Rombach, Frank 171 239 Ranck ay 171 57, 74, 239 , G Ronck, Mark 171 239 Rood, Fenton 1101 37, 198, 199, 208 Root, Jim 171 239 Roper, Pam 181 76, 229 Savage, Sarah 1111 37, 382, 194 Savage, Scott 1101 208 Savage, Susan 1111 37, 46, 119, 194 Sawtelle, Ann 1121 43, 64, 73,176 Sawtelle, Debbie '91 74, 75, 219 Sawtelle, Sara 1101 208 Sayles, Susan 181 74, 229 Schafer, Judy 191 219 Schaff, Jim 1111 194 Scheurich, Gretchen 171 239 Schirmer, Susie 1111 194 Schmidt, Kathy 191 75, 219 Schmidt, Kenneth 111173,194 Schoeffler, Gerald 1101 71 Schanfeld, Debbie 1111 55, 194 Schonnover, Sally '101 42, 63, 208 Schott, Georgiana 191 52, 53, 64, 219 Schottel, Larry 1121 176 Schottel, Sharon 181 229 Schrameck, Robert 191 219 Schreirer, Randy 171 53, 232, 139 Schricker, Brian 1111 44, 101, 184 Schuman, Danny 1111 194 Schurch, Diane 171 77, 232,239 Schutt, Teri 171 239 Scott, Debbie 191 219 Scott, Jane 191 76, 219 Scott, Karen 1121 38, 41, 43, 176 Scott, Linda 1111 60, 194 Scurlock, David 181 50, 229 Seale, Larry 171 239 Seaman, Stephanie 171 53, 239 Search, Wayne 1121 70, 71, 176 Searcy, Rick 1101 89, 199, 208 Sears, Mike 1111 38 Secrist, Linda 1101 42 Secrist, Ray 171 77, 239 See, Barbara 181 74, 229 Seigel, Andy 1121 44, 176 Seigel, Kathy '71 54, 219 Seller, Jerry 1101 208 Sellers, Jim 1Fac.1 97, 151 Selmon, Charles 1121 48, 49, 176 Semke, Gary 1121 70, 71, 176 Semke, Janie 181 74, 75, 229 Serage, James 171 239 Serage, Steve 191 219 Seymour, Lane 171 239 Seymour, Phil 1101 71, 208 Shafer, Cheryl 1101 208 Shafer, Chris 1121 70, 71, 176 Shafer, Debbie 191 220 Shafer, Ronald 171 239 Shafer, Terry 1101 73, 209 Shafer, Trudy 181 74, 229 Shaffer, Easter 1Fac.1 146 Shaffer, Linda 1121 55, 60, 61, 64, 73, 176 Shapiro, Paula 1121 176 Slaughter, Barbara 191 52, 220 Slema ker, Sally 1121 176 Sloan, Debbie 1111 73, 195 Sloan, Jody 1101 73, 99, 209 Small, Susan 1111 63, 195 Smart, Bob 191 220 Smart , Gary 1121 67, 176 Smart, Jim 171 232, 240 Smart, Tom 1101 71, 209 Smith, Bob 191 220 Smith, Brenda 1101 56, 209 Smith, Bunny 1111 43, 58, 195 Smith, Christophr 1121 176 Smith, Craig 1111 195 Smith, Debbie 181 229 Smith, Don 1111 41, 70, 71,195 Smith, Frances 1Fac.1 152 Smith, Helen 1Fac.1 53, 143 Smith, Janet 1111 195 Smith, Janet 191 220 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith , Jim 1101 209 , Kathy 1101 209 , Kelly 181 229 , Kipa 181 57, 229 ,Larry 1111 195 , Margaret 191 54, 220 Smith, Mark 10 209 Smith Smith Smith 1 l , Marsha 181 229 , Martha 1101 42, 55, 62, 73. ,Rene1l11195 Smith, Robert 181 77, 229 Smith, Robin 1101 209 Smith, Rodney 17176, 240 Smith, Roger 1Fac.1 143, 176 Smith, Rusty 112144, 83, 176 Smith, Stan 1111 195 Smith, Teresa 1111 195 Smith, Tommy 1121 56, 71, 176 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith , Terri 171 74,240 , Virginia 1Fac,1 138 ,Will1l11195 , Windsor 1101 201, 209 en, Jeanette 1111 43, 188, 195 Snider, Jeff 181 229 Snitz, Snitz, coma, 191 54, 76,220 ion 111155, 195 Snow, Bill 1121 60, 176 Soulsby, David 1101 71, 101, 209 Southard, Barbie 1111 195 Southard, Phil 1111 195 Southern, John 1101 209 Southmayd, Janet 1101 42, 55, 58, 73 Sowell, Laven 1Fac.1 72, 73, 144 Spahr, Jami 171 240 Spahr, Randy 1101 209 Spahr, Robbie191 220 SPAN ISH CLUB 67 Spann, Becky 191 53, 74, 75, 220 Spann, Joe 1111 70, 71. 195 Sparks, Mary 1121 41, 176 2 sinh, Elaine 171 240 Stoc, Leslie 1101 210 Stock, Nancy 171 74, 240 Stokes, Jeanette 1121 38, 41, 126, 177 Stone, Paul 491 75, 220 Stone, Ricky 181 229 Storer, Vivian 1121 66, 177 Storts, David 171 77, 240 Story, Maureen 171 54, 74, 240 Stout, Mark 171 240 Stratton, Chip 171 240 Strickland, Carol 1111 195 Strickland, Cyndy 181 75, 230 Strickland, Janie 1101 210 Strickland, Jay 181 230 Stringfield,Steve 191 220 Stroud, Glen 1121 48, 177 Stroud, Vickie 1121 177 Stuart, Betty 1121 177 Studebaker, Debbie 1111 195 Studebaker, Robert 181 230 Student Council, Sr. High 36, 37 Student Council, Jr. High 51 Stuermann, Lucille 1Fac.1 148 Sturgis, Robert 1111 41, 195 Sturner, Charles 1121 177 Stutsmon, Ricky 181 230 Stutsman, Sandi 19 76, 220 Strozier, Steven 171 240 Sublett, Clay 171 240 Sublett, John 191 220 Sublett, Monece 1101 31, 210 Sullivan, Nicky 171 240 Sulpher, Joe 1121 177 Summers, Cherry 1111 195 Summers, Debbie 1101 210 Summers, Jeff 191 220 Sumpter, Sharon 1111 37, 41, 182, 195 Sutterfield, Richard 171 240 Sutterfield, Susan 1101 42, 210 Sutton, Denise 1101 210 Svoboda, laNeIl 181 76, 230 Svoboda, Robert 1111 63, 195 Swan, Debbie 1111 63, 195 Swanson, Ron 191 220 Swanson, Susan 1121 36, 63, 177 Swearingen, Frances 1101 210 Sweeny, Janet 171 53, 76, 240 Sweet, Brian 1111 195 Sweet, Carol 112141, 66, 177 Swimettes 46, 47 Swindell, Cynthia 191 50, 52, 220 Swindell, Robilea 1111 43, 195 Swyden, Greg 1121 48, 177 Swyden, Paulette 1121 42, 177 Symanski, Richard 181 75 Symanski, Robert 110183, 210 Symphonic Band 71 Index 0 251 Tabor, Beverly Ann 1121 177 Winfrey, Richard 1Faa.1'7a,'77, 144 ilder, Kathy 1101 198, 203, 210 1 196 alker, 11 82, 91 Walkinshaw, Debra 1121 43, 179 odd, Ruth 191 52, 220 Y x Williams, Mimi 191 221 rf, , - T Tuell, Edward 171 76, 240 Tuell, Robert 1101 71, 210 Turley, Jeannie 1111 73, 196 Turner, Anette 1101 73, 210 iweb , alia 181 74, 230 Q eber, Jack 181 230 eber, Jeanne 1111 196 Weems, Bryan 1101 71 abor, Mark 181 230 ag, Valerie 1111 41, 42, 73, aliaferro, Verna 1Fac,1 141 ankersley, Henry 1111 195 nkersley, Leah 181 230 ankersley, Rhonda 1111 195 195 Turner, Cindy 1111 196 Turner, Deborah 1111 62, 71 Turner, Donna Claire 1121 178 Turner, Frances 181 230 urner, 'Gene 1Fac.1 148, 217 Turner, Mary 181 74, 230 Turner, Harry 1101 210 ner, John 1101 210 Tu Randy 1121 82, 178 Turne ' hard 1121 82, 178 Turney, t 181 230 Weems, Jim 181 76, 230 Weems, Stuart Randall 1121 180 Weir, Roxanna Kay 1121 180 Weir, Tresa 171 75, 241 Weir, Virginal 1101 210 Weisman, Eleanor 111 39, 40, 122, 126, 180 Welch, Jim 181 230 Welch, Bill 191 221 Wellendorf, Don 1111 196 V ilson, David 1101 211 ilson, Debbie 1101 73, 211 Wilson, Dennis 1121 180 ilson, Diane 1121 41, 72, 180 ilson, Fred 1101 73, 211 ilson, Jane 1101 73, 211 Wilson, Jim 191 221 ilson, John 1101 86, 211 Wilson, Ken 1101 211 ilson, Margie 1111 197 Wilson, Marilyn 1111 43, 197 ilson, Martha 171 241 Tanner, David 1111 70, 195 Xrannar, Jennifer 171 74, 234, 240 rbel, Anne'1121 36, 39, 41, 177 rbel, Betsy 191 74, 75, 220 Taylor, Carole 1111 195 aylor, Janet 1121 177 aylor, Karen 191 74, 75, 212, 219, 220 Taylor, Linda 1121 73, 177 ylar, Susan 1121 177 aylor, Wanda 1171 74, 240 Teeter, Mark 171 240 Teeter, Laura 181 57, 230 Teeter, Vicki 1121 177 X Cx x 1 5 r l I Teis, Susan 1121 30, 63, 178 eter, Chris 1121 36, 38, 40, 166, 178 eter, Mark 181 50, 76, 230 eter, Mark 181 76, 230 emple, Gail 171 240 ennis, Tennis Clndy1111198 Ga 9 50 212 r 'Y 1 l r Tenzythaff, Dina 1Fac.1 58, 145 Terhorst, Anthony 181 230 erning, Sheldon 181 75, 230 erning, Trudie1111 195 Terry, Pat 171 240 essier, Danny 1101 210 Tessier, Pat 191 52, 58, 220 Tessier, Patricia 1121 178 essier, Peggy 1101 73, 210 Tessier, Susan 171 58, 232, 240 horel, Gail 191 53, 220 Thayer, Barbara 1121 178 ESPIANS 49 rharnas, Cindy 171 77, 240 homas, Jane 1101 71, 210 homas, Josh 191 75, 220 homas, Linda 181 77, 230 Thomas, Mark 1101 210 Thomas, Mark 1111 70, 71, 195 Tl'0'Yt0Sr Martha 1101 42, 61, 199, 206 210 Thomas Peggy 181 57, 75, 230 rhanrasj Ralph 191 75, 220 -Thomas 'Thomas Susan 1101 73, 210 f rinraihy 181 77, 230 ompsan, Betsy 191 75, 220 hompson, Bob 1121 178 Thompson, Dana 1101 37, 43 mpson, Diane 181 55, 76, 230 Th n Dina 171 76, 240 homp Donald 171 240 ompson, Gary 191 220 Thompson, Julia 171 240 h0"'PS0"r Karen 1101 67, 218 " hompson, Karen 181 75, 230 Thompson, Keith 171 75, 240 Thompson Landon 1111 82 105, 195 hompson: Mary 171 74, 240 Thompson, Nancy 181 230 Turney, Mike 1111 196 Tuttle, Pat 1Fac.1 141 Tuttle, Harold 1101 210 Twilley, Dale 171 240 Twilley, Dwight 1121 178 Twist, Frank 1Fac.1 60, 153 Twyman, Mark 181 76, 230 Tyler, Tracy 171 240 X Stl U 1411009 Ulman, Phil 191 220 Unruh, Jilda 17174, 240 USHERETTES 38 VHS f-+1 ale, Gary 1101 82, 95, 210 Ie, Lynette 171 57, 240 analtenburg, Charolette 1121 42, 1 Vandenborn, Erna 1101 210 Vandenborn, William 1121 89, 105 nderMeulen, Susan 191 74, 220 ndeusen, Randy 1121 179 andever, Bill 171240 Vanhoose, Marc 1121 36, 44, 56, 72, 88, 89, 105, 179 an Laanen, Georgiana 1Fac.1 152 an Schoyck, Cary 171 240 an Schoyck, Michael 191 53, 220 an Schoyck, Patrick 1101 210 an Valkenburgh, Kay 1Fac.1 61,147 Vaughn, Kris 1111 41, 43 Vesley, Pam 181 74, 230 incent, Dennis 1121 44, 83, 98, 99, 179 incent, Phil 191 220 incent, Randy 171 240 ncent, Robert 1121 179 , ogel, Jelf 181 230 Vol e Bob 8 230 Wells, Ruth 1Fac.1 140, 167 Wenger, Larry 1101 101, 210 Wenger, Melanie 1111 37, 41, 42, 19 118 Wensell, Robert Wayne 1121 180 est, Annette 191 221 est, Cathey 1121 60, 61, 72, 180 West, Lynn 171 58, 241 est, Marion Clair 1101 73 est, Randy 181 75, 230 West, Shannon 1101 210 estlall, Jim 191 220 estlall, Lynn 171 241 Wilson, Mike 181 230 Wilson, Mike 1101 211 ilson, Nancy 171 241 Wilson, Pamela 1121 38, 41, 49, 1 Wilson, Patrick 1121 180 Wilson Sandy 1101 211 42 211 Winzinger, Jan 1Fac.1 145 isdom, Don191 50, 65, 75, 221 Wise, Beverly 1111 49, 55, 72 Wise, Debi 181 74, 230 etherell, Martha 1111 196 Wise, Jennifer 18150, 74, 230 Wharton, David Wayne 1111 197 Wise. Linda 112, 491 72, 121' '180 heafley' Ed l7l ul isner Dana 1101 211 heatley, Ellen 191 221 ' W. h. ' heatley, Jeanne 1111 55, 182, 196 1' fnglon' Danny 181 230 haalar, David 1111 196 ull-flstoflr Maisy 1121 28, 36, 63. Wheeler, Debbie 191 22, 52, 75 in, Chuck 171 77, 241 Wlgee:err T4eviTHg?122g ixson, Mimi 181 74, 230 ee er, lm ' haranhanl, Cathy 171 53, 54, 74, 241 olfbfoha' ?""'f2181530 lsanhrrnr, Robert 1111 196 0 " U 'U l hitaker, Katherine 1101 153 Womble, Marty 191 221 Whitaker, Susan 1111 44, al, 196 Wollclkr John 191 211 while, Bob 1121 64, 83, 89, 105, 180 ancik, Karen 1121 41, 181 llller DCGHY 1171 180 ood, Bruce 17177, 241 hila, William Franklin 191 221 ood ,mn m 52 22, hite, Jennie 1121 180 W d' Ch I H E H6 White, Judy 1101 43, 55, 67, 73, 210 X 00 f "fo ' 1 UC-l while, lcannarh 171241 W99dr Dol' IFGC-I 153 s whila, Marcia 1111 73, 196 ood, Dol- 181 77. 230 hiia, Marla 191 50, sa, 62, 220 aad, Janet 1121 42, 63, 181 2110. 2071- 1131 51,057 74 241 Wood, Jeffery 171 241 l e, a rlcla , , - White, Sheryl 181 74, 230 Woof' :'l"'F'f' 118112297 hira, zaa 1Fac.1 137, 232 00 1 ""'f"' l 1 0 Whited, Donna 111171,196 hitmore, Laura 1101 210 hin, Margaret 1121 20, 41, 42, 55, 60, el, 67, lao ' n, Clay '81 2:10 P . l I Von Drehle, Barbara 1121 179 van Drehle, Bill 171 76, 240 QVruwink, Marcy 171 240 W ada, Curtis 1111 41, 44, 196, 101 Wade, Elizabeth 1101 43, 210 Wade, ade, ade, Laura 181 53, 76, 230 Suzanne 181 76, 230 Tod 1111 108 'n, John R. 181 230 adm Eric Arthur 1121 179 1 Tom 112144, 91, 92, 93,106, 188 lWidmar, Mike 171 241 iehe, Benita Gaye 1121 180, iehe, Marilyn 1101 46, 210 Wienecke, Fred 1121 36, 38, 44, 101, E13 122, 125, 180 Wies, Cathy 1101 71, 210 ies, Cherri 171 77, 241 ies, David 191 76, 221 iggins, Debbie 1111 196 Wiggins, Mike 171 241 Wilbanks, Bill 1101 73, 210 ilbanks, Richard 191221 ilcox, hampson, Pat 1101 70, 71, 210 Thompson, Phillip 1111 195 hompson, Rhonda 171 240 hompsan, Rick 1101 210 Thompson Robert '121 106, 178 Thornton, Ed 191 220 horton, Charlotte 171 50, 240 ibbits, Thomas G. 1121 178 icer, Mark 171 240 idwell, Andy 191 220 dwell, Cindy 181 230 idwdll, Debbie 1121 173 ialwsll, Kathy 1111, 195 'dwell, Seth 1101 37, 72, se, 37, 204, 210 ' Tillison, Debbie 1101 210 Wages, Teresa Beth 1121 38, 41, 42, 12K 179 Wagner, William Palmer 1121 179 Wagor, Mark 181 230 aibel, Victoria Anne 181 230 aldo, Debbie 191 53, 220 aldo, Kay 1121 55, 64, 67, 179 aldo, Vickie 1101 210 Waldrop, Shiela 1101 43, 210 Walenta, Sydney S. 171 240 alggnks, Susan 1121 33, 38, 41, 42, 119, Mike 171 75, 241 wilrair, Phil 1111 105, 189, 197 Wilcox, Tim 1101 210, 211 Wilder, Gordon 1121 38, 44, 82, 180 'Ihite Michael 171 241 lhiarl Betsy 181 230 Wilhoit, Gregory 191 48, 221 Wilders on, Debbie 191 50, 52, 62, 221 Wilkerson, Gail 1121 42, 38, 180 ilkerson, Susan 1101 199, 10 ood, Wood, Wood, Wood Wood oo Richard 1121 181 Rieger 181 75, 230 Ronnie 191 76, 221 Sherry 1111 197 Suzy 191 221 Wllllam 1111 71 Patty1111 197 Dick 1101 211 athy 191 221 oodbury, Kris 1121 181 oodbury, Martha 1121 181 oodbury, Debbi 191 221 Waodring, Ricky 171 241 Woods, Gary 191 221 oods, Kelley 181 231 oodward, Bobby 1111 109, 197 Woodward, Joann 191 221 ool, Chris 181 231 oaten, Bill 1121 181 ozencratt, Chris 1101 211 Wozencralt, Rick 1111 83, 197 K dz . . t all, Bert 191 221 D' u ' Woadb , right, Charles 1121 181 Wright, Chuck 191 221 right, Mary 1101 211 Wright, Randy 181 77, 231 right, Steven 1101 71, 211 right Tony 191 56 76, 221 illison, Patty 171 240 mo, Greg 1111 196 obey, Carol 1101 210 Todd, Louise 1Fac.1 153 Richard 1111 196 Todd., Robert 1121 66, 178 Todd, Sharlene 181 53, 230 Toliver, Terri 191 220 Toliver, Talie 1111 196 omer, Barbara 181 74 orbert, Barton 181 53, 54, 230 rbert, Mary 191 50, 52, 58, 220 Tower, Alan 1111 55, 196 wnsend, Andy 171 75, 240 ownsend, Kathy 191 52, 54, 220 owry, Forrest 1Fac.1 133 racy, Norman 181 230 Trader, Jackie 1121 178 alker, Bill 111 8ill1 1 alker, Danna Katherine 1121 55, 179 alker, Dwain 191 220 Walker, Henrietta 1Fac,1 145 Walker, Kathie 1121 179 Walker, Rickey Joe 1121 179 alker, Susan 1111 allace, Patricia 1101 42, 55, 210 allern, Richard 191 50, 58. 65, 220 alling Walsh, alter, lord, Georgann 1121 179 Sheryl 181 230 Elaine 1111 196 Walters, Buz 1101 73, 108, 210 lters, Wendy 171 74, 240 Walton, Don 1111 196 Walton, Gregg 191 220 q'Walton, Julia 1111 67, 196 ard, Jim 1121 41, 210 illrinr, Gary 1111 197 ilkinson, Brandon 171 41 ilkinson, John 171 241 ilkinson Wilkinson Willey, B illhite, Willhite, , Steve 191 221 , Barbara 1101 210 arbara 1101 210 Randy 171 241 Rhonda 171 77, 241 illiams, Bob 1101 71, 199 illiams, Bruce 1101 210 yant,' Frank 1101 211 yric, Charlotte 191 76, 221 Wyrick, Jesse 181 231 Yanc id 1121 60, 181 illiams, Celesta 1Fac11 143 illiams, Craig 191 221 Williams, Debbie 1111 197 Qwllllams, Jlm 181 230 Williams, John 191 221 illiams, Ken 171 241 illiams, Lance 171 50, 232, 241 illiams, Linda 1101 210 illiams, Mary Ann 1111 63, 182, 197 sk, Marilyn 1121 49, 178 ughber, Gail 191 58, 220 aylor, Chuck 191 53, 65, 220 Traylor, Mark 171 240 Treece, Fam 171 240 reece, Susan 1111 196 renlield, Sherry 1111 41, 43, 67, 196 rinder, Debbie 1101 210 rinder, Harold 171 240 Tripp, Pam 181 74, 230 riPP, Patsy 1111 182, 196 rotter, Kevin 1111 196 Trotter, Joe 1101 Trowbridge, Marsha 171 74, 240 Trussell, Mark 191 220 Trussell, Shelly 171 240 Tschappat, Patty 1121 41, 178 Tschappat, Peggy 171 77, 240 Tschappat, Phyllis 1101 43, 55, 67, 210 Qrarlr, area 191 220 252 0 Index ard, Mary 1101 210 ard, Pat 1121 180 ardlow, Lynn 181 74, 230 arfield, Ralph 1121 190 arner, Paula 17174, 240 arren, H. B 181 230 ashburn, Virginia 1Fac.1 139 asson, Debbie 1111 196 sson, Sinda 1121 190 a Sherry 1101 43, 63, 67, 210 Watkin 'chele 191 76, 221 Watson, Re ekah Suzy 171 241 Watt, Alan 1101 86, 105, 210 Watt, Cherylon 191 75, 210 tt, Jim 181 230 att, Julie 171 74, 241 att, Terry 1101 73, 210 atts, Ginger 191 75, 221 aul, Gary 181 231 KX eaver, Lori 181 74, 230 X aver, Mike 181 230 Williams, Randy 191 75, 221 Williams, Robby 191 221 Williams, Robert 171 241 illiams, Robin 171 74, 241 illiams, Tom 1101 211 Williams, Tom 1111 73, 91, 109 illiams, Tom 1111 91, 197 Williams, David 1121 44, 88, 89, 105, 180 Williamson, Randi 171 74, 241 Williamson, Scott 191 221 Willis, illis, Wflner, Charles 1121 180 Cyndy 181 74, 230 Steve 191 224 Wills, Randy 1121 18, 14, 49, 180 ills, David 191 75 Wilson, Alex 1101 211 Wilson, Bruce 1121 38, 44, 89, 105, 1 Wilson, Chris 1111 197 Wilson, Cindy 191 221 Wilson, David 1111 105, 195 Yancey, Steven 1101 210 Yankee, Edward 1111 197 arton, Holly 1101 42, 73, 211 arton, Stephen 171 77, 241 Yeager, Janet 1111 197 ocham, Charlotte 1101 211 ott, Donald 171 241 Yatt, Ronald 171 241 oung, Barbara 181 75, 231 oung, Dee 1101 199, 211 oung, Gary 1111 197 oung, Kay 1121 55, 181 Young, Mathel 1Fac,1 153 Young, Reid 1111 197 oung, Richard 1111 197 Young, Steven 181 221 oung, Z r, Ava 1101 73, 211 mbon, Lynn 1101 44, 211 Zarrow, Cathy 191 50, 52, 75, 221 Zayat, Carol 181 231 wahlen, Bruce 171 77, 241 acke Suzy 1121 3s, 41, 48, 49, 181 X., V5 pf Q gg SAA, rrmvrtbedfbf X, g Q5 off Swu K 0' Q K. 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