Edison High School - Torch Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1973

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Even if many couldnt vote we cared and wanted to be heard, After all, we have to live in the future and determine if we are to sink or swim. Each of us chose our own paths to follow for this year, athletics, skills, politics, or a combination of many desires and interests. We have spent our time through these experiences to communicate ourselves and our emotions to others, which in turn helps us to grow and to expand our whole beings. , nr. j V- 1 gg V -has V, in "L- is . -f'A.g' , 1 'fi sm In x Y... swgm Q, wi mm. """'+" fwfr: 2 ..... 2, gf, f Qgzac g yu iw- -'-- The recipe for a yearbook staff: take two blonde editors sift together with medium sized photographers clicking cameras, beat in fifteen other staffers of various sizes and shapes. Blend one pack of enthusiasm, many birthday cakes and seven ancient typewriters to a dash of frayed nerves - add a "heaping cupful" of Benson, mix well, pour conglomeration into room 24 for nine months - voiia the Torch Staff '73. 1. After a hectic deadline Mark Lubin, Scott Dunitz, Paula Ftodgers, Lori Miller and Brian Lebold learn to un- wind. 2. Making final preparations for the '72-'73 Torch is Lisa Leikam, editor. 3. Last minute cropping is being done by Darcy Reynolds, Susan Wilde, Jeri Sims and Julie Price. 4. Working on the Torch can be tedious at times as displayed by Bill Effron and Cathy Whisenhunt. 5. Visiting a sick Mickey Jacobs with yearbook materials are Lee Jones and Nancy Thompson. 6. It looks like Roxi Slemp, Denis Abercrombie, Sara Ross and Edward Elder have been breathing too many fumes from the darkroom chemicals. 7. Advisor and "Mother", Sandra Benson dis- cusses copy with her student teacher, Mrs. Claudia Maple. 8. Caught with her hand in the candy box is Joy Donovan, managing editor. 9. Sports editor Jim Ernst and Linda Fanning carefully scrutinize the figures as Ann Burns, "Miss Torch," adds up the profits from the candy sale. 9 Yearbook . 13 f45"5fl5ii'tS" 4,-,.,, , W. W,,,, A W , we 5 x a " ., ., ,-ww My, r 4' - - he - 'gy X sit? , ., r 1 ff W. 'M-.., -:ff I . . f..,, ,QNX 'W gn ,,.,, .Q l ,wr L, iv atdi. 5 1. Ad layouts and copy were only two of the problems to be tackled by Sandra Benson, advisor and Cindy l-lahn, advertising manager, as the staff frontiered the trails of advertising. 2, An eight page paper presents special problems to Terri Perrin. editor, who is on hand for the job. 6. Although it is sometimes hard. Vernon fScoopl Jones, Richard Stutsman and Mike Potter try to look busy. 5, Magazine journalism is the topic of discussion for Boxi Slemp and Julie Price as Mary Sue Meyers watches the antics of Bill Brightmire and Vernon Jones. 8, "I see Bobby and Patty Lou and Joey and Susie," says Madeline Boss, editor, as she looks through the magic mirror. 9. An idea for a monstrous assignment illuminates the face of feature editor, Lori Harper,1O. Will Janet Hashagen, Lisa Leikam. Denis Abercrombie, Mark Lubin and James Coo- per ever collect enough bottles to pay for the new darkroom refrigerator? 7. While waiting for inspiration, Sharon Sipes and Micci Jenkins learn you simply cannot rush creativity. 4. At deadline time Debbie Lewis, Joy Donovan and Barbara Goldberg work as a team. 3. Listening carefully is Dannelle Osborn, circulation manager, as Diane Gleason offers a few suggestions. 8 14. Journalism The rebirth Of the Illuminator. Benson described us as "twenty-nine pregnant kids" awaiting the first issue to be published into 1,500 copies of black and white. From the beginning we set a precident: new style, shape, format, "arty" photography and advertising - All our efforts drew us together Our school newspaper illuminated the success of our work. 1, 'tl can't hit those high notes," explains Mrs. Isabel Phillips as she sings the Black National Anthem, 2. "Frankenstein's mon- ster" is recreated for Mrs. June Richey's Gothic Literature class by Kathy Kaiser and Meg Leonard. 3. Ahhh so! Neal Eley is quite amazed when Cindy Hahn flips Lori Miller while shooting a com- mercial for the new filmmaking class. 4. The auditory han- dicapped class finds out who has a "white thumb" as Davona Cox, Julie Sellick and Lewis Parry spend an afternoon learning the art of cake decorating. 16 . Communications l fx If I 5 wggkh, Eff, P .fm 5 3 .-jx .Tv N gg rm WM ,---,r ex J, A45 ,QB fb X , fm l iv' ,D-' fri ff" f df' l 4 'aw . Inspiration plus motivation produced a nevv English program. Peeking into a classroom, a passer-by could catch a glimpse of anythingg drinking a toast to St. Crispians Day. students pondering the methods of tying shoe laces, or ateacher singing the Black National Anthem. The potpourri of new subjects created a true learning experience for teachers and students alike. '9fQuv.z . si? Ss ix xx QNX at ii ig. iii t X it 5 ii 1. Plugwng the right wire into the analogue computer for his "Man Made orId" class is Richard Curby. 2. "My, what a fascinating thorax!" exclaims Ava Ames dissecting a Texas grasshopper. 3. Trying his luck at Dobe's new computer is Mike Miller. 4. Weighing a specimen are Mike Simpson and Steve Kirkpatrick. 5. Helping out Brian Lebold with a difficult problem is student teacher Marilyn Miller. 18 . Mathematics fl 5 A i I " F lf .fl ,al 5 ii .f'f?fP', by J ., -x ' S 1 X, i N., C:.."I".. s W. Z.- 1 v 4 Black and White were placed before our eyes. The numerical world is either right or wrong, nothing in between - Cold and grey yet filled with beauty we could not settle for anything less than perfection - Learn by doing was the only way to excel in the sciences. We felt our minds turn to Sponges - soaking up chemical equations, biological terms and molecular theories. Sometimes we felt like wringing it all out, but we decided to go on floating on top. fy Science Q 19 5 J 3' 2 4 A . -4?-.W-.A...,, , ,.. H., mfg..-... ,,. .-Q, 1 20, Social Studies .yr-W ..-Xmw .wr 'Nihww A 1. Showing her barbed wire collection to her second hour class is Mrs. Eddie Faye Gates. 2. Giving a speech to his fellow hard hatters is Phil Pool. 3. Taking a whack at the pinata during the Dia de los Muertos cele- bration is Micci Jenkins as Lisa Lucas and Carol Herndon look on. 4. Getting a rare chance to meet Ronald Reagan, governor of California, is Lorri Harper. 5. Singing carols in their French class are Mark Walker, Joy Donovan, Leslie Atkins and Paula Fenster. Q 5' .ir-at Learning the past is the first step to progress in the future. No more naming battles and famous scientists - lnstead, we began to inqure and to discover theories, ideas and cultures of people and of nations. We walked into a room containing funny alphabets and strange texts - Were we supposed to understand? We uncovered words, sentences, paragraphs and finally the spoken language of another culture. We began bridging the gap between ourselves and the rest of the human race. Communications . 21 22 0 Aft Relying on creativity was more complicated than we anticipated. We let ourselves go onto a myriad of hues, unusual designs and original compositions. lt is good to let a little of ourselves leak out into a work of self expression. After the audience is gone, we realize our efforts have made their final showing, all that is left are memories and the realization that each of us is a "star" if only for a few short moments. 3 1. Working at the potter's wheel is Debra Masse. 2. While rehearsing a skit, Valerie Carpenter is confined to a wheel chair as George Glenn offers assistance. 3. Getting together to work on a poster are Missy Cohenour and Jennifer Carlisle. 4. Putting finishing touches on a paint- ing is Debra Dear as Cindy Turney looks on. 5. Practicing for an up- coming debate are Steve Newcombe and Sam Saunders. Speech . 23 We studied the person behind the creation of literature, music and poetry. Humanities gave us a wider scope of understanding towards the arts we enjoy. We took the human aspect into consideration to be able to enjoy and appreciate what the individual has done and can do. Strings blended with sounding brass. Altos and tenors combined to attain total musical harmony. We were artists. We were perfectionists. We were also a little eccentric 5 yy., , V mt., 5 3 'J wav' ff' . w , Q Q if f ? f 1. We find Claudette Rogers frightl pantomining an Cox's time. 4. Showing his versatility is Alan African mask Cleftl. 2. Enjoying the greenery at Peeples. 5. On a class tour of Philbrook is Diane Philbrook are Stephanie Seaman and Diane Emery. Emery. 6. You can always find Concert Chorus 3. Practicing her xylophone takes up much of Deni rehearsing a number. .ng .ff 4 Music - 25 i i 1. Warming up for gym are Susan Nanny and Kipa Smith. 2. in a mock trial, Mark Wagor presents the defense as the "judge" while Christi Ashwili seems to sleep. 3. Busiig practicing for a timed writing in her shorthand class we find Debbie ayburn. 4. Checking a row of figures, Leah Toomey concentrates on her work. 5. The camera catches Dale Eider showing perfect form in the "bicycIe". 6. Working with the dic- taphone is Sharon Patton. 26 0 Physical Education 2 Ai 'WW austin' lt starts out with a strain - adding more force and strength and completing with exhaustion. Physical fitness is a constant reminder of the limitations of our bodies. Getting down to business - as the world is increasingly more complex - we need to prepare for the impersonal world ahead of us. As we worked mechanically we almost laughed at such simplicity. . . We never imagined we would profit one day from what seems so simple. 1 Y if . M Business - 27 1, Pausing for a moment, Steve Antry supervises his colieagues. 2. Laying out a pattern is Dana Young. 3. After school one can find Mitch Nalley working on his drafting layouts. 4. Students are busy at work in Mr. Womack's engineering drawing class. 5. What is the foods class cooking up? ww 28 0 Industrial Arts 2 su.. gsm'-v, MWWmMWW?W W? 1-HH?HMf'W' g,gK!w:Ef,iM Hp ,,.g,,9j: iffwt 4? 'vxzil lr!-Vi E'3w??f5f1eiJi'10f. 'wif 1r,,:ztLf:'wi1ie,:.2t :Ji sfifffagw f wif Q- M M iln'.....,.,,,,m, lik? 3'WWWH 5 I7 ? il Toys changed into complicated machinery. Given a piece of metal, a box of tools and a drafting kit, we learned to produce - toy cars turned into real ones. We now acquired a new skill and a new set of rules to play with them. Domestic living is a necessary skill to make the life we live liveable. Sewing, cooking, maintaining a home are a basic need to men and women alike. Such skills are an asset for us leading to the gentler side of life. 5 HomemaHng.29 1. The state of being activeg ac- tion: the activities of the heart. 2. Brisk or vigorous movements or actionsg livelinessg energy: activi- ties in the stock market. 3. Particu- lar actions or spheres of action: weekend activities. 4. Physics Degrees of emission from a radio- active substance in unit time. 5. Chem. The ion concentrations of a given element or substance. 1, While on a summer trip to Europe, Madeline Floss makes friends with the natives. 2. Mo- tocross is an exciting event for Gary Baenler, 3. Camping in Colorado are Sandy Ftusher and Meg Leonard. 4. Amusement parks are fun in the summer! 5. Spending summer days at the lake is Doug Crawford. 6. Summertime for Bar- bara Goldberg means riding horses. 32 . Summer Candids ,gr gb .ati .sw ik :tial 1- K - in g ff! l 'A 4. . iv V. fl' fffl' .PQV43 ' W WL. Q gr ji- W 4' B ,O -w-N4 -i ' i,. L' IW' 1 if 5 'U , s it Jw f 5 H , ff? 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Playing in the sun, camping in the wilderness, enjoying the thrill of motocross - in persuing our interests, we communicated our innerselves and desires. Summer Candlds . 33 1 ,141 Q f f Mb' i ts -1--by y 1 l t l ' A t f t ,v -levi-M2 if . I. s -' 7 ,, ,.f"'Llx ' r My R ' ' i N, r, " . 1 , .pn ..,, , .rs.:f'J-- if V ' 7" A 34 . Fall Candids t W it sg if x,,, TD - ' Q Lively colors of summer faded into the rich hues of autumn. Falling back into the school routine, playing football on chilly mornings, riding bicycles or going for long, relaxing walks were all an important part of this changing season. Like this time of harvest, with so much to do and feel, all we had to do was gather it up and share ourselves with others. fs 9' mf ,f -v wi v ,. 4, in gy, . Q., ,iv ,, iriffl Fx. ,MAR x 1 ,L ,W . ,,., f.f"fti'- . kr , Ns ,Zi 'HCV Y K ki. ,V , ., . J . . y Q,-X' f .,m5f A 'f W Q fi"-. ' ' ,if 'L 'L " -, ,vii f W 'TQ' ,- at L ik ,W K,,,3,1,,,,,' c. . n , 1 ,F 'Huh , , Q ., if rw N- wtws wal A . M 1 . Nusa, all fm rd' 859' " in , sf. ,Bw- "'?'r, . .ww . -.0 ,. YT, If ff alf.Qp,?1 we-' l . -ea in 'rf-.W ,.. .' ... , .Ars .fa-,,,,,g .fl .if "f'- 'Yi -. 'A sl f uw, 64.11 N: , " ' 'W Q.-dv 1. With fall comes beautiful colors, cooler weather and hayrides. 2. The moon rises through the trees on a New Years Eve. 3. Football is an exciting fall sport. In this case, the girls get in on the football action. 4. Christmas break meant a Young Life ski trip for Larry Seale and Leslie Hocker. 5. The park is a great place to spend time. Susan Kraft and John Mills enjoy the fall atmosphere. Fall Candids Q 35 1. Twirlers Wayna Rumley, senior, Gail Stricklin, senior, and Stephani Seaman, junior, rehearse a difficult baton routine. 2. Band queen, Terry Ainsworth, is escorted by Larry Born at the annual Coronation. 3. Drum major, Larry Born, prepares for Edison's halftime entertainment. 4. The Golden Eagles Marching Band perform music from l'Kiss Me Kate" during the halftime of the East Central football game. 5. Members of the Marching Band for 1972-1973 are: Seniors, T. Ains- worth, K. Allin, G. Amstutz, L. Archambo, R. Boehm, L. Born, J. Butler, L. Carr, R. Conway, S. Dennis, R. Dorman, M. George, L. Gladfelter, J. Greenwood, G. Groom, J. Hatcher, R. Hawkins, R. Herron, D. Hunt, E. James, H. Kierlg, B. Lebold, J. Lukowitch, P. Mauldin, M. Miller, T. Munn, M. Murphy, A. Peeples, J. Pitcher, C. Posner, C. Reibert, Z. Richardson, H. Rouse, W. Rumley, K. Sackett, G. Stricklin, L. Svoboda, M.C. Teter, M.S. Teter, D. Wood, L. Wood. Juniors, D. Alaback, C. Bays, R. Butler, B. Byrd, J. Campbell, D. Cox, J. Delozier, H. Duck, R. Dunton, R. Ellington, S. Elliot, D. Feldman, G. Feller, A. Fredericks, L. Fuss, F. Gallup, L. George, J. Graham, J. Green, S. Hallman, A. Hansen, B. Hebard, G. Holloway, J. Hovis, M. Humphries, K. Johnson, C. Jones, C. Kitch, M. Landrum, G. Lee, J. Liddy, C. Loyd, R. Mclntosh, J. Meyerhoff, G. Moore, G. Neville, P. Pool, P. Potter, L. Reeves, P. Rob- erts, S. Seaman, C. Thomas, E. Tuell, J. Winford, B. Zwahlen. Sopho- moresg M. Ashby, J. Blacet, T. Brooks, J. Buckley, L. BurFgess, M. Crowder, T. Cushing, M. Dean, B. Duncan, C. Emanuel, R. eller, G. Frost, D. Hamilton, M. Haralson, R. Holloway, A. Lawless, F. Lobaugh, S. Mclntosh, C. Miller, J. Miller, M. Miller, J. Newcombe, J. Parker, T. Parker, M. Parks, R. Pearson, M. Pinkosky, J. Richardson, T. Rorchach, L. Routh, J. Schmidt, F. Smith, B. Speyer, C. Stafford, J. Swindell, K. Webster, R. Weisman, B. White, D. Winford, A. Wright. 36 . Marching Band Y WY' Y 4 Qoumrlow 3P,',Z J,-,Om INAUGURAL COMMlTTEE'1973 - - . 1 . - . e 1 , Sncond and T suaou, s. w. L' -f:.-' 1z'.. 1 . 5 , mam, g Washmgtor1.DC zoass Q 12021 4479150 '5 43:13 if W K' , A V A 'T1""z- 'T ,, '14, ff' Q, , I ,. fr- r 1 , . V y gf y -f . 13?-W , Jgulr e i iv N r , r qi- W ,W 1 1 rl I 4- bn December ll, 1972 ' Q1 1 . , 2' V, -M, 'I iw? My ,rg-vwf' ai,k..,:w,7N 5 A' L , ,,, . ,, , f- M ,, I If V , , ' iq ' ' .572 rf 1' .11 '54 1 I lf ' f 1 Dear nr. c1bb1e: ' ' i 1 . e. . , A Q V , 1 'ITT in 'nga ' me Pree1dena has asked me no extend an off1e1a1 invirarron ro the zd1aor semen Eagle narening Band no parr1e1pare in rne 1973 1naugura1 Parade. He are eua1oa1ng a copy of our band policy statement for rne parade and aan ana: you read xr oarefu11y. 'W As you know, rne Inaugural Committee cannon assume the expenses xnaurred by any groups rravenng ro :ne 1naugura1. We suggest rnar you oonraer your state 1naugura1 coordinator for any aeexaranee and iufornauou an your earliest eoayenienee. sne ia. Hrs. Grace Boulton, Member Republican National Colmnittee 111-A Northwest Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73103 1405! 535-3501 - Dffice M051 1478-0675 - Home 'rnank you for your interest in the Inaugural Parade. Sincerely, Jon A Fousl Dxrector. Parade Commlllee cc: MIS. Grace Boulton Congressman Belcher L +L said' .nf fe' , -. W "fy ,, of-If H J' jr- 4 - 5, eu. -,ur we , iid . i 4 - ,-,, ,- A 4 far 'fc df' 'M My o- by 'o 1 gvff-F -as o -ee- wg., -,. 5, 'fa .. 1 ,, v , 1 -" X o- :ggi gg. MM., . Ld eo of -. -- , , - -9gf""f'L?' A-fff' W l.'f.fr1 'V , ' - a - - ao, , 1 o- - . f f f , o -1 V- - Iliff' ' 1 N 3' - ' 5 Marching Band o 37 We Prepared as a group to encourage support, a hard job for nine varsity cheerleaders. Summer clinic, spirit sticks, flips, jumps, chants, chuckles when we did Two bits- openly expressing feelings and emotions to the spectators is the definition of a cheerleader. 38 . A-Squad Cheerleaders j Q aliv- avi, M we Q 5 i 3 4 mga Q 541 HF' vnvfw L 1 ' ' ' L 1 f Q gif '.k.," f ,k,k 5 f '--- - r.-awww 1. Trena Blackstock. senior. Captain. 2. Marsha Evans, junior. 3. Joy Donovan. see nior. 4. Connie Fiauscn. junior. 5. Trena Blackstook. Juiie Altman. Lisa Barry. Pam Treece. Mary Lowery and Marsha Evans oneer at ine game. 6. Julie Aitrnan. junior. 7. Pam Treece, junior. 8, Donna Peyton. sophomore. 9. Lisa Barry. junior. 10, Mary Lowery. senior. co-captain. A-Squad Cheerleaders . 39 We tried our best to show our spirit to the school. Funny little grins popped on to the spectator's faces as we cheered before the crowd. Boppers like us must have a starting point somewhere - we hope the school appreciated our trying and will give us an HE" for effort. 1. Theresa Black and Cindy Tankersley cheer the Eagles on to victory. 2. The B-squad does their favorite cheer. 3. Kim Brock and Daphne Davidson chant for the Eagles during the Hale game. 40 . B-Squad Cheerleaders SF -via? :Ain Qu 5 Us V Q ff . fy AW X E jf W f mm , . ' 4 ' " ' .1959 wi s- 1 1. Henry David Thoreau talks to his brother about their school. 2. Ellen takes a boat ride with Henry. 3. The sheriff tries to convince Henry to leave. 'Thoreau' by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee Waldo ..................... Gary Amstutz Mother . . . . . Valerie Carpenter John .... ....... J im Duncan Ball ... Marijane Miller Sam ..... Bill Brightmire Willams. .. ...... Sam Sanders Drunk ... .,. Denis Abercrombie Woman . . . ...... Karen Barber Lydia ..,. .... K aren Farish Henry . . . .... Jeff Fontaine Bailey ... .. Bick Herron Ellen ..... ... Paula Fenster Edward ... .... Jerry Parker Passerby ...........,. .... Farmer ............,...... Townspeople and Army David Brigham David Brigham Football Team "The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail" . 41 1. In a romantic scene, Jimmy Duncan lTonyl proposes to Stephani Seaman lAliceJ, 2. Attempting to read his newspaper is Val Brighton lgrandpal. 3. As Susan Sark lEssiel practices her ballet, the family prepares to have dinner, 4. Amusing Donna Wheeler lRhebal, and Suzi Clark lMrs. Sycamorel, is Valerie Carpenter lMrs. Wellingtonl. 1 "You Can't 4 Take it With You" by Kaufman and l-lart Penelope Sycamore ............ Suzi Clark Essie ............. ...... S usan Sark Fiheba ......... ...Donna Wheeler Paul Sycamore .... .... J eff Fontaine Mr. Depinna .... ,... K en Bailey Ed ............ ... Rick Herron Donald ........... ... Bill Brightmire Martin Vanderhof. . . ....... Val Brighton Alice .......... .... S tephanl Seaman Henderson ..... .... C harles Stafford Tony Kirby ........ ,. . Jimmy Duncan Boris Kolenkhov ... ...... George Glenn Gay Wellington . .. . . . Valerie Carpenter Mr. Kirby .,.... ............ K elly Smith Mrs. Kirby. .. ............ Karen Barber Three men .. ... Doug Witt, Mike Widmar, Kim Hauger Olga ... ...Cindy Hahn 42 ."You Can't Take it with You" 1. Virgil's Showbar was one of many fund raising activities. 2. Deciding on which flower to buy is Clint Hughes as John Ernst and Karen Jones try their sales pitch. 3. The long bus ride proved enjoyable as Alan Peeples discov- ers. 4. Representative James R. Jones discusses matters with one of many constituents, Gordon Harwood. Our green grew and turned into a bundle of cash to send the band to the Capitol! Everyonejoined in to sell, sell, sell, or to buy, buy, buy, everything from candybars to mushroom banks We'll remember good ole Virgil's Show Bar and the "lovely" can-can girls in the fine arts festival. We willingly supported the Golden Eagles, which gave us a certain sense of unity that made our efforts change into reality. inaugural Drive - 43 pw 1. The Edison Stageband plays in the background while the football queen is crowned. 2. The 1972 Football Queen, Miss Trena Blackstock, waves to the crowd. 3. The football queen attendants are Miss Sue Rucker, Miss Paula Rodgers and Miss Alice Grubb. ra. . ...K ,,. fm. . . K .. , K . - t, ...., . . X r wg-t si-me --0-t,f'f . N ' "' ' y M'1L.L , -. -.,-MF, . 'T ...,X,:11gj.if X ,,Z:,akifkf.5L, , A H A 1 . A X W. Football selects own queen Tradition was broken through this year. The students voted for a split in the Miss Edison and Football Queen title. The resolution passed - The football team submitted girl's names, the students voted and the ceremony was altered to three senior attendents, short dresses, and the traditional kiss abandoned. These new activities this year will set a new tradition in the years to come. 44 . Football Queen bf' f, C l. Sophomore attendants to the Wrestling Queen are Miss Bonnie Hardy and Miss Donna' Peyton. 2. Representing the wrestling team this year as queen is Miss Meredith Hames. 3. Junior attendant to the queen is Miss Dara Andress. 2 l " . I 1 i 4'l " IL K Anticipating a Coronation to represent the wrestling team and the student body left us with butterflies and the jitters. We were very proud to be chosen for the honor and as we took our places as Wrestling Queen and her attendants, we hoped everyone could read the thank you's in our smiles. Wrestling Queen . 45 ? .ik 11.3 iff' is 6, ,Oflbli il' rl Ji lt- Starving to take off those last minute imaginary pounds kept us well occupied while we awaited our big day. We felt chills run through our bodies as we walked around the poolside. We knew our ears would follow suit and turn to beet red as we fought the embarrassment of so many peering down at the 1973 Swimming Queen and her court. 46 . Swimming Queen 4 . 3' 1. Miss Linda Reid, senior attendant. 2. Miss Susan Cleveland, sophomore attendant. 3. Miss Eva Bowen, junior attendant. 4. Miss Cathy Durbin, Swimming Queen. ir. ,ss ,W g ,, s,, ,yy ft A , rr., r l, V it t iiiti it si 1. Miss Beth Smith, junior attendant. 2. Miss Mary Lowery, 1973 Basketball Queen. 3. Miss Cindy Travis, junior attendant. 4. Miss Rhonda Fabes, senior attendant. ana- ,. ...Z oi..."-9 Accephng the honor of Basketball Queen and her attendants was a first time experience for us. Nervously we tried to watch our winning team play, but we could not focus our attention on the game. Soon we stood on the court, escorts by our sides, as we were honored by the crowd. Our feeling of pride could only be matched by the B-ballers and their fantastic team. Basketball Queen . 47 1. Entertaining at the concert following the drive, is Dwayne Decker. 2. With determination, Flob Conway pushes on to win the can rolling contest for the seniors. 3. Canned Goods Drive chairman, Sara Ross, and Elizabeth Stone keep busy as the cans come flowing in. United we can and did. A cold autumn night, hot cocoa and a concert set the scene for the Canned Goods Drive. Remember all those cans toted in by boxes, wash tubs, ripped sacks and even a little red wagon? When the cans were all in, it was nice to sit and relax while the officers ridiculously pushed cans with their heads in a relay. Then we leaned back and listened to guitar music to make the drive worth all of the effort. 48 Q Canned Goods Drive 2-mga'-Q -,. - ,- ""'W'mvuu-,.. wqmwmm NCQ-.5 i ,V " X ref! . 3 1. Winners of the National Council of English Teachers' award are Terri Perrin and Russ Hawkins. 2. National Merit semi-finalists for 1972-73 are Condon Hughes, Paula Fenster, Brian Christman, Mark Teter, Russell Hawkins, Laura Carr, Jim Williams, Jim Allen, Rob Conway and Harry Rouse. 3. Recipient of the William Randolph Hearst Foundation award for his outstanding history essay is Condon Hughes. We won awards to show our achievements. Few people take the time to make their accomplishments known - and fewer win. Maybe our transcripts will look more impressive or we will get a pat on the back from teachers and parents, but what we care about is the inward smile that comes to our faces when we see our efforts and talents end in success. Awards . 49 1 3 50 u Conceri Chorus .RQ F SF eg if W H 1 is 1. Members of Concert Chorus strive to please their director, Mr. Tom Clark. 2. The members of Concert Chorus are: L. Lucas, T. Hayes, C. Spencer, K. Williams, D. Perlich, W. Jewell, B. Smith, K. Thompson, J. Enlow, S. Hall, G. Maxey, J. Blacet, A. Anderson, B. Weedn, S. Dunitz, M. Floss, J. Zachritz, S. Clark, C. Hughes, W. Walters, R. Wood, P. Thomas, C. Simons, J. Amstutz, S. Antry, E. Williams, Fl. Luker, E. Smith, N. Magnusson, D. Powell, C. Dorris, P. Tripp, B. McCormick, R. West, L. Greenstreet, S. Bearden, and T. Thomas. 3. Practicing his trombone is Mark Teter. 4. One of the fine musicians in the band is Paul Potter. 5. The members of the Stageband are: Row 1, L. Gladfelter, D. DeMerritt, T. Munn, E. Tuell, A. Peeples, K. Sackett, M. George. Flow 2, D. Fuhrman, M. Twyman, B. Speyer, L. Burgess, M. Teter, J. Hovis, Fl. Mc n- tosh, H. Rouse. Row 3, G. Amstutz, P. Potter, M. Murphy, L. Born, Mr. Ed Gibble, Fl. Butler, C. Lloyd. , . . We re still trying to remember the objectives diplomatically set up by Mr. Clark on that first day - Memories have been fogged by days of hard work, the excitement of plowing through piles of new music and the glamor of a sparkling performance. Maybe kids didn't appreciate our Jazzy Jingle Bells, but we remember every detail, right down to Evelyn's daily escapades or Chris's ceaseless demands of "Let's Singl' We worked in harmony to get things done. As a result, we made beautiful music together. The Screaming Eagles was the group with "soul", We had rythm, jazz and an electric guitar. We played professionally and competively both. Our selections were designed to let each of us do our thing - We will keep trying to remember. Stageband 0 51 1 i 3 1. A skit on bean chowder was presented in the Gridiron. 2. The Pep club officers dance to a 1950's tune in the Gridiron. 3. A concert featuring Gin Mill was held on Monday of Edison Week. 4. Working on the teacher's tea, Clay Sublett and Lynn Shepherd find cleaning up a chore. 5. Cherry bombs, a skit on the cheerleaders, added the final touch tothe Gridiron. 6. Edison Week Chairman, Jim Byers, works on the project. 52 . Edison Week 'K A tx 'fe , , . M7455 Tiiiq,- W 5 N l We slug' fx ii! sg, 1 1 Xgx jj' W? ff' O Ummm V , - Mission Impossible formed a week of hard work for some and enjoyment for others. We began with "Bright Promises" for a successful Edison Week. Happy Birthday, Tea for You, lvlan Made World, were just a taste of the wide variety of themes to promote interest for the week. The annual Gridiron, lead bythe Odd Squad, accomplished true humor this year and the folk concert let the unknown talent of Edison perform. It drew to a close with the Untouchables, superlatives, Mr. and Miss Edison, concluding our week with a 331,150 bank roll and the proof Edison students can have a Ugood time". Edison Week . 53 1 54 . Edison Week 1. One entry in the Gridiron was predictions by Dan Cook and Mark Wagor. 2. The Mr. Slob Contest was held by the cheerleaders. 3. The Folk Concert featured Walter Kleinecke on the guitar. 4. A bowling tournament was held after school during Edison Week. Here, Donna Losey perfects her game. 5. Cake was served for Thomas Edison's birthday. Claudette Rogers serves Russell Hawkins. 6. The singing tal- ent of Julie Webb is displayed at the Folk Concert. W. .,,,,,ggnuUlIlf 'mom -.5 icq., W My-ff., W ei? Edison Week . 55 W :Kk ll SE ii. -.,- 2 k " 1., . - X I 8 L,L1 LL'- - W K Qi 55: ,..,, , wr I, M A , oos g ss I I, 51 if N f D 4 Rf 1 A--Q X ' -.M I ,AAi 'A y " , W iss , , si si do Q, fa? 'Higg s' in fail! wi. an ICI? 'YH Q mtx E I --LQ1 ,L1LL' I fs. QLLW, . - I 1' 'f'. me-'1+'-fl x f ' , ffiifmf ' M 2, .,,. f. r High K - 1 ' ,Ie 1, 'Z ' ' i - Mr. Edison XIII Miss Edison XVI Jim Byers Madeline Ross 56. Mr. and Miss Edison ,.f 'sg,.-F ,. as 13 if J les 1 +... .Q 1893. F' at 1. Miss Edison candidates Sue Rucker and Trena Biackstock. 2. Mr. Edison candidates Condon Hughes and Steve Brownlee. 3. Candidates Alice Grubb and Randy West. 4. Candidates Russ Hawkins and Paula Rodgers. Mr. and Miss Edison candidates . 57 Untouchables 1. lVlost Courteous: Sally Field and Joe Burcham. Best Student: Terri Perrin and Jon Jordan. 2. Best Worker: Chris Spencer and Jim Byers. Most Depen- dable: Rhonda Luker and Pete Ridley. 3. Most School Spirited: Joy Donovan and Oak Diesenroth. Best Sport: Missy Cohenour and Bill Oden. 4. Best Display of Leadership: Madeline Boss and Condon Hughes. Most Cooperative: Pam Tripp and Frank Dale. 5. Most Talented: Kim Glazer and Val Brighton. Most Friendly: Alice Grubb and Steve Brownlee, 58 . Superlatives .ly v-09 -Q4 .W -f .wr ,... t . --- -ISN iw' .:. W ,,.,gE2E kgs, , - X W H x - MW R N ' Y :N 9?zyiksifgiggfffsif9ff5ffffff 'gi . ' fi Z' . f --gi?-f'j' S L 1 A5 f Lm. , m..1 XA X f- . ,W 'F 5033 ll. S. AT H. ,l3 ! ,, KJ - 4 Aw fWwggvr'F"' W ,, md?-Lg, " A .. - M' ff' D Q: 5 fs, in ig . , , Q -, V -fa gf., . - - ,..f- gzv ' ,.. . .,,. , ,,'- Nswe' 4 v K !' 4' f Q My Ni l X 95 3 a h 4 ji ' ex as E 'WA of . ww 2 'Rs 'YC -- ,gf 1 A , "- Ffh , 2 ' . I wig, Q g24c'?i'54A 'vi-5,415 f , Q.. L .A xv K' ' 'mfs . wfQ" ,U - :mg .5 . , ,-.. ,W " " ' Exj ,KH ' wif- L , W ' f,ii,fV??Qfan K ' 5:11 5 I 1 .. . 1 X -IK W 3 F in .. I N-n AF my, Y 1, y Superlatives. 59 fwfrvsift' J' Q5 ii 1. The graduates gather inthe auditorium for the Class Day assembly. 2. As Class Day ends the graduates say goodbye in front of the school. 3. Principal Donald Hoopert sends off another graduating class. 4. An Edison graduate marches to get her diploma. 5. The president of Tulsa Junior College addresses to the class. 6. The class listens to the Concert Chorus as they perform at graduation. 60 . Graduation Rem i n i sci ng over the past 13 years of school radiates a new illuminous path towards "higher educationwg the conscientious process of seeking, obtaining, sustaining and applying knowledge. Some review our last year as Hreally strange", Our individual adventures began before the designated time - after graduation. Together, we leave to strive in our individual worlds - at last conseorating the lack of togetherness by joining the Parade of Life. Life is what we are all alive to. Graduation . 61 AMW' ESSHXF' 'wtuiuumrf U p h old I n g tradition kept the Student Congress busy this year. Our unusual assortment of leaders led the way to all those annual activities, Post offices, the canned goods drive, mixers, girl and boy of the month - New events seemed to hold Tevyea's theme song "Tradition" By the time Edison Week rolled around, we became thankful that Student Congress worked so hard to make those traditions a success. 2 , . -' -- f t,,Q,:r ..,, . ww.,........,,W., Q1 f7""' 1. Student Congress takes up a lot of President Mike Miller's time, but he enjoys doing it. 2. Student Congress, Row 1, C. Spencer, treasurer, S. Kraft, secretary, V. Jones, M. Evans, L. Berry, M. Lowery, J. Donovan, T. Blackstock, M. Leonard, E. Bowen, S. Gibson, S. Mc- Goffin, T. Gallimore, C. Hughs, R. Luker, S. Brownlee, vice president, L. Henson, S. Sark, D. Losey, D. Hott, T. Perin, P. Ridley. Row 2, L. 64 Q Student Congress Foltz, J. Byers, J. Moore, S. Rucker, L. Reid, G. Roach, J. Sims, J Ridley, K. Barber, D. Andress, J. Enlow, B. Smith, S. McAfee, D. Bruton, E. Stone, J. Glass, E. Baker, P. Perlich, P. Thomas. Row 3, M. Ross, M. Cohenour, L. Cleveland, J. Thompson, J. Jones, L. West, K. Farrish. Row 4, R. West, S. Parrish, J. Steele, L. Bowman, A. Pundt, S. Waller, D. Elder. 4 'R' an 1.7 4 1 V W, , 1, , '1 - ,A-1, Q0 MC r sv, ,',, ' .X 4,51 Aw Ie, .Q5'xAQ.Vl2xm.-K-4 4 xg., -4, X X., Q " .., , 6 Ji tv B y 3. It was the second big year for the Senate. The 1972-73 Senate members are Row 1, S. Brownlee, T. Perrin, K. Jones. Row 2, M. Lowery, S. Gibson, E. Baker, T. Gallimore, D. Losey, C. Studenmund, P. Perlich. Flow 3, J. Byers, B. Torbert, J. Glass, L. West, I.. Bowman. 4. Edison Week posed many problems for chairman Jim Byers. 5. Students always pay their full attention to the officers. 6. Student Congress has a large attendence, so many that some have to stand up. There is no apathy in this organization, Student Congress . 65 l Ki Nl 'L sim Q f M 5:9 1. Usherettest Row 1, S. Heller, S. Slagle, J. Adcock, L. Leikam, M. Heinzman, P. Fenster, L. Atkins, J. Richards. Row 2, T. Carter, L. Lucas, W. Rumley, G. Stricklin, C. Hahn 2. Sponsor, Mrs. Lewis often has to confer with president, Debbie Arwood on Usherette business. 3. Usherettes: Row 1, M. Lowery, P. Glade, S. Field, J. Donovan Row 2, D. Losey, L. Foltz, D. Fiscnbein, L. Reid, L, Jones. Row 3, S. Kraft, C. Dillman, V. Boone, D. Bruton. Row 4, S. Sark, A. Jewell, P. Roper, G. Farthing, D. Arwood. 66 . Usherettes X, 2 L JJ.. M .. ff' it if ,G 1 Aft' ,fg,,,t..-',...-NV si, A fm' '4 - m EST? J4- ls? on a wooden floor, it equilibrium on a beam are just a few of the stunts we worke Gymnastic Club, It required to compete in the spor so much loved to do finally began to show. We served the school sell tickets upon ticket and guide lost parents Usherettes took on the move smoothly. . 5 . .. -- ..w,.g-,.-..1...... f 6 I 4. Helping spot each other are C. Peters, vice president, L. Atkins, secretary, J. Duca, trea- surer, and K. Burns, president. 5. Gymnastic Club: Ftow 1, S. Griffin, L. Grayson, P, Todd, J. Duca, L. Atkins, A. Sisemore. Fiow 2, Sponsor, Mrs. Rogers, C. Peters, S. Grayson, J. Harlow, L. Miller, S. Flucker, K. Burns. Flow 3, J. Zwahlen, L. Berry, S. Farrill, L. McArthur, D. Peyton, K. Durbin, L. Laird. Flow 4, M. Lowrey, E. Bowen, C. Fiausch, D. Andress. 6. Displaying a back walkover on the beam is Janet Zwahlen. .,, W .. .w av y wi g . . 'i Fl i p p i n g o ut A bounding over a vault or carefully keeping d toward. gave us a chance to put our bodies to a test skill, concentration and control. We were given the chance twe and the fruits of our labor in a useful capacity - someone has to distribute programs, S 1 task of helping school functions I . V, ,z.k. Qi if gi Gymnastic Club n 67 ... ...n......, 1. Enjoying refreshments at the National Honor Society initiation are Connie Peters, Mrs. Peters, and Carol Dillman. 2. After a successful initiation Mr. Butts, sgonsor, discusses the event. 3. National Honor Society Seniors, Row 1, P. Thomas, C. illman, T. Perrin, S. Brownlee, M. Ross, L. Leikam, J. Donovan, V. Huie, J. Adcock, L Rogers, P. Glade, P. Mauldin, Row 2, M. McUsic, M. Miller, W. Rumley, L. Jones, R. Lukker, J. Richards, L. Atkins, L. Lucas, T. Carter, P. Fenster, S. Slagle, S. Heller, M. Cohenour. Row 3, T. Munn, C. Ferris, M. George, S.AnUy,K.KeHey,C.Spensen L.Svoboda,R.Dorman,S.Sipes C.Andmson,D.Bunon,S. Sark. Row 4, M. Murphy, D. Cohen, T. Anson, J. Byers, P. Rogers, R. Conway, B. Ferrel, P. Knoblock, T. Ainsworth, L. Foltz, M. Frost, D. Kincaid. 4. Displaying his NHS ribbon awarded to him is Steve Antry. 5. NHS Juniors, Row 1, M. Leonard, S. Ross, D. Alaback, D. Hott, S. Grayson, W. Crager, J. Thompson. Row 2, J. Sims, B. Byrd, J. Price, B. Kemenda, M. Trowbridge, M. Hames, L Bowman, G. Scheurich. Row 3, F. Wagnor, K. Phillips, B. McCor- mick, S. Parrish, J. Kongabel, V. Pollock, C. Hilst, F. Lee. 6. Taking time out at Philbrook are the 1972 NHS officers: Paula Fenster, vice president, Jim Byers, president, Rhonda Lukker, secretary, Julie Richards, treasurer. 68 Q NHS ,., ,, 1 K! in , 6 lt's an honor to be recognized for making it at Edison - academically, that is. We put our common tool, our minds to work in an effort to tutor students. We learned that we could use our knowledge to help others, thereby helping us to learn also. National Honor Society gave us that proud, bordering on the smug side, feeling of knowing everyone has a brain, but we were able to plug ours into the right set of brain waves to make the grades at Edison. -J- NHS o 69 r 1 fa A 4 A , - f A 70 o Pep Club 1. Pep Club: Row 1, C. Tankersley, T. Black, J. Altman, J. Donovan, T. Black- stock, L. Berry, P. Treece, M. Lowery, M. Evans, C. Rausch, D. Peyton, K. Brock. Row 2, S. Cox, J. Clements, L. Fanning, B. Tomer, L. Henson, S. Ross, M. Thom- as, S. McGoffin, L. Leikam, S. Rucker, L. Reid, A. Burns, S. Heller, S. Slagle, C. Hahn, S. Field, K. Burn, S. Sanders, L. Avery, N. Porter, C. Herndon, K. Etheridge, D. Johnson, J. Ault. Row 3, T. Betche, R. Gilbert, C. Peters, S. Dorman, K. Graham, M. Kerr, S. Davis, J. Price. M. Hoff. B. Dorris, S. Ulman, B. Barnes, S. Hooker, A. Pundt, M. Hames, P. Reeves, K. Miller, C. Cratch, E. Herndon, L. George, B. Ball, B. Hardy, T. Patrick, R. Yargrough, C. Fenn, S. Gibson, B. Haney. Row 4, B. Baker, M. Richey, J. Davis, L. Robbins, N. Mac- nusson, L. Horowitz, D. Smock, S. Hall, K. Gibbs, M. Whitlow. S. Fast, D. Fisch- bein, C. Rodrigues, A. Grubb, N. Acuna, S. Bass, P. Clark, S. Trussell, P. Roper, K. Johnson, D. Thompson, L. George, J. Blair, E. Bowen, L. Diedrick, L. Water- down, L. Westfall, S. Sheriff, K. Wakely, B. Bowdle, L. Foltz. Row 5, R. Cline, G. Ronck, S. McAfee, E. Stone, C. Van Schoyck, S. Shoemaker, M. Peters, L. Sommers, J. Watt, S. McClendon, K. Williams, D. Wheeler, J. Barlow, C. Miron, A. Oliver, L. Vale, R. Williams, S. Hallman, L. Shepherd, K. Jett, V. Pence, D. Cox, G. Read, M. Fries, J. Richards, L. Hocker, T. Knoblock, A. Jewel. Row 6, D. Maran, J. Knott, S. Rogers, L. Rombach, O. Deisenroth, P. Rodgers, G. Stricklin, L. Bowman, L. Gerchman, V. Carpenter, B. Warner, A. Read, . Wilson, G. Far- thing, M. Frost. 2. The football players are always happy to be in a skit. 3. The Pep Club enjoys watching the variety of talent displayed on programs. Q gm R... N...,.x . ,um-..w,.., 1 wa, Victory was showing up for an early Friday morning meetingg watching the sleepy athletes receive toys for tots as favors - then sitting through a prepared skit trying to keep our eyes open. As we wore green and white everything, ,852 cheered at the top of our lungs, and furnished piles of posters - f we wondered why we were doing it. Our reward was r being needed to provide at least an ounce fr of encouragement and enthusiasm t to those who needed it most. i 4. Squad leaders: Row 1, J. Ault, S. Ross, S. McGoffin, S. Sanders, C. Herndon. Row 2, K. Burns, S. Field, L. Leikam, S. Cox. 5. Getting ready to present a skit are Karen Barber, Sally McGoffin and Margaret Fries. 6. Officers: A. Burn secretaryg S. Slagle, Pep Club Spirit Chairman, S. Rucker, president, L. Reid, vice presidentg and S. Heller, treasurer are kicking out for a new year. Pep Club . 71 1 ,f 'X' -,fff"W':f ff 72 - Mat Maids "!- ,.,, rj W, ..,. A 4 ,.,f ..,fl:.m 'i:rQ!rmr,-U -3 " - . 1. Mat Maids: Row 1, N. Acuna, M. Hames, L. Miller, B. Hardy. Flow 2, M, Fries, K. Burn, J. Duca, L. Sommers, J. Chilress, K. Gray, S. Field, D. Andress. Row 3, M. Cohenour, L. Fanning, C. Studenmund, C. Daetwyler, K. Miller, V. Pence, B. Barnes, S. Ulman. 2. Trying to raise school spirit are Mat Maids, Robin Williams and Paula Mashburn. 3. Mat Maids officers: Bonnie Hardy, treasurer, Meredith Hames, secre- tary, Lori Miller, president, Nelly Acuna, vice presidentg are imitating a wrestling starting gosition. 4. Court Cuties: Row 1, Fi. Fabes, Coach Haney, B. Tomer, B. Bowdle. ow 2, M. Lowery, M. Evans, L. Barry, J. Donovan. Flow 3, L. West, C. Travis, S. Vammen, L. Richards. Flow 4, C. Willis, R. Weir, K. McGuirk, M. Hames. Flow 5. P. Fenster, L. Waterdown, L. Brashera. -.11 'cd '1-9' 7 154' tw- r if 'rv 'M ce M E3 1? ff: ,Ai WH , , D P2 in tt. P 7 We ve got pep for those tall lanky "b-ballers". Court Cuties gave us the opportunity to show our concern and appreciation for the basketball team. We were kidded about the organization name and for our uniforms, but we knew we were well worth the joking and our time and effort was appreciated. We received odd stares when we could talk about wrestling holds, pins, nearfalls, reversals - People think girls don't understand, Mat Maids were the exception to the rule. We scored, timed and tallied at matches and tournaments. We watched the team use ability and fast thinking and for the first time a feminine touch was added to the mat. 5. The success of Court Cuties depends on the work of Rhonda Fabes, president, and Susan Smith, treasurer. 6. The tall and short of Basketball are Richard LaBarthe and vice president of Court Cuties Brenda Bowdle. Court Cuties . 73 Green and white jackets are signs that we earned an "A" in athletics. We held a giant fruit sale, to raise money in support of our sports department, sold programs, stamped many spectators hands, and came to the aid of many a starving student with a reviving bag of popcorn. 1. Lettermans Club Sweetheart Alice Grubb. 2. Fall Let- terman forthe 1972 season, Fiowl, L. George, M. Nalley, Fi. Drew, D. Korne, R. Patterson, D. Speegle, Fi. Lumley. Row 2, D. Sanders, K. Slater, Fi. Case, M. Durbin, B. Oden, J. Burcham, J. Martin, M. Summers. Flow 3, S. Newcomb, Fi. Butler, H. Duck, B. Hebard, S. Maley, R. Coleman, R. English, M. Williams. Row 4, D, Wood, D. Murphy, T. Burke, C. Lewls, D. DeShane, M. Pate, N. Stepteson, D. Pitcher, M. Eaves. 74 . Letterman's Club XL, 3. Letterman Steve Brownlee, Mike Wilson, and Ted Daniels sell popcorn to raise money for Lettermans club. 4. Spring Letterman: Bow 1, M. Miller, W. Morgan, J. Martin, B. Oden. Row 2, T. Lyon, H.B. Warren, M. Miller, C. Harris. Row 3, T. Baker, M. Williams, B. Weckstein. 5. Winter Letterman: Row 1, B. Far- rell, L. Patterson. T. Anson. Bow 2, T. Lyon, D. Korne, M. Weaver, C. Hughes, C. Hughes. Bow 3, B. Bowen, F. Wagnor, J. Ernst, S. Gray. Bow 4, M. Marson, P. Roberts, J. Martin, J, Spence, R. Coleman. Bow 5, B. Weckstein, D. Brown, B. West, J. Allen, B. Nilles. Bow 6, M. l-lollifielcl, D. Pitcher, M. Eves. 6. The 1972- 1973 Letterman's club officers: Frank Dale, treasurer: Bill Oden, vice president, Allen Grubb, president: Bill Farrell, secretary. Letterman's Club . 75 1 Squeak went the little mouse as he ran through the Red Cross maze. We sold P.O.W. bracelets, held goods drives and filled Christmas stockings. We became involved with Y.E.R.T. - Youth Energence Relief Team, to aid the people of our community. Swim Sweeties gave us the chance to be more than spectators. Down by the pool side the sport became more intense and exciting, we let our boys know it by surprise breakfasts and lop-sided cakes. Advertising Board, like the man who never was, either didn't exist or hid it well. 76 Q Red Cross S 1. 1972-1973 Red Cross members, Row 1, D. Feshbein, president, D. Booke, senior representative, B. Dorris, senior representative, D. Wheeler, junior representative, C. Herndon, junior representative, J. Fielding, sophomore representative. Row 2, Mrs. Stowell, sponsor, V. Roesler, A. Oliver, S. Sheriff, S. Brady, A. Sandel, B. Haney, J. Giesen, S. Stephens. Row 3, K. Jett, C. Burkett, C. Morre, S. Harbert, C. Cratch, L. George, L. Lucas, S. Womble, E. Herndon, S. Hill. Row 4, M. Cohenhour, P. Moellers, V. Ford, D, Dear, B. Redding, K. Laughlin, E. Gilliat, P. Roper, H. Cooper, K. Burn. Row 5, J. Moore, D. Busch, L. Rombach, J. Neely, W. Henson, R. Dorris, Mark Davis, R. Fabes. 2. The Red Cross officers this year are across, D. Fishbein, president, D. Booke, senior representative, Mrs. Stowell, sponsor, front to back, M. Bloomfield, B. Dorris, senior representative. ' V 4 1. fx Qltrf - --...xxx 5 -.NNN "-vi... '-Q 3. Advertising Board: Flow 1, D. Arwood, vice pres- ident, L. Lucas, secretary, S. Pinion, treasurer. Bow 2, N. Acuna, G. Hahn, P. Stanford, C. Hall, K. Gray, D. Fishbein, Fl. Gilbert, K. Burn, M. Whitlow, C. Caldwell, K. Bequette, M. Evans. Row 3, J. Ault, T. Gallimore, D. McUsic, J. Heath, Fi. Briggs, C. Cratch, M. Schuler, J. Weaver, J. Hoopert, E. Williams, Y. Boudreaux, J. Moore, S. Stephens. Row 4, M. Meyers, B. Smith, A. Pundt, D. Sieler, M. Pate, M. Hettinger, S. Vammen, S. Gleason, L. Brashear, J. Swendle, V. Panse, P. Lewis, J. Little, E. Gilliat. Row 5, B. Warner, D. Hanover, M. Fogley, Fi. Monnet, M. Davis, J. Allen, T. Terhorst, Fl. Gwartney, B. Shellhorn, L. Zea, S. Curran. 4. Swim Sweeties, Bow 1, D. Lewis, L. Westfault, K, Durbin. Row 2, V. Carpentar, B. Hardy, B. Barnes. Bow 3, C. Rogers, K. Barber, K. McGuire, E. Bowen, L. Reid. 5. The Swim Sweeties had to be devoted to work at the swim meets. Advertising Board, Swim Sweeties Q 77 ' 1 1. Swimettesg Row 1, P. Russell, B. Smith, D. Lewis, M. Bakius, M. Turner, L. Reid, F. Turner, A. Grubb, L. Hocker. Row 2, B. Hardy, S. Hocher, J. Geison, S. Cleveland, B. Barnes, J. Froeb, E. Froeb, S. Ross, K. McGuire. 2. Practicing for their show are Fran Turner, Leslie Hooker and Linda Reid. 3. Swimettes listen to Mary Ann Bakius explain their skit. 4. Difficult positions are performed by Swimettes. 5. Swimettes officers are Sara Ross, secretary, Mary Turner, lreasurerg Alice Grubb, vice president, Barbie Smith, president, Fran Turner, historian. 78 Q Swimettes We plunged into a year of fun and enjoyment. We got accustomed to hearing "the wet head is dead", looking like prunes and smelling of chlorine. We learned to tell the twins apart and to address the president as Queen Barbie. Once entering the water we were swept entirely away - to a world of work and accomplishment to present our show. Knowing the supremacy of perfecting a double ballet leg put tired smiles on our faces as we melted under the hot showers 1 'Ha N""i... 1. The members of Law Club, Flow 1, T. Vogel, G. Pinion, P. Clark, K. Caldwell, J. Cadenhead. Row 2, L. Williams, M. Mooberry, T. Holt, G. Stricklin, D. Powell, M. Brown, D. Cook, T. Anson, B. Torbert, Fl. Steel, D. Hooker, D. Brown, C. Ferris, B. Weckstein, D. Hoopert, M. Wagor. 2. Waiting for the next case are Law Club officers: Mark Wagor, pres- identg James Gillispie, secretary, Robby Spahr, vice-president. 3. While touring the Court- house, Law Club members, David Powell, Kathy Caldwell and Robby Spahr, inspect a jail cell. 4. The members of EAS, Row 1, K. Williams, B. Foust, P. Pool, B. See, B. Kierig. 5. Costumes and foreign languages he? prepare Carol Coover and Pat Glade for lraveling in other lands. 6. Foreign Language lub, Flow 1, C. Coover, S. Dorman, P. Glade. Row 2, D. Glade, S. Brinson, B. Coley, M. Jacobs. Row 3, M. Niemi, A. Oliver, S. Waller, R. Stewart, C. Ferris, M. Jones, M. McUsic. 80 o Law Club IQ' l i A handfull of students formed EAS. We were a combination "Get well and cheer up" committee all rolled into one. Students were greeted by the funny grins of Bubba or presented with a gift of Playdough or Silly Putty to occupy their empty time. We proved that a little bit of care and a friendly smile can be more helpful than medicine. l Whisking away to a new exciting country every other week is a paradoxial haven for us in Foreign Language Club. Our bodies never left here but, by using Thoreau's theory of trancendentalism we could be scanning the globe in a mere instant. The world was at our fingertips for sixty minutes every other Tuesday until we came down to earth again. Understanding and interpreting the Law was our business in Law Club. This gave us a bird's eye view of the reality behind the hows and whys of our judicial branch and it opened our eyes to the important job of informing and dealing with the people the laws were created for. T: 6 Foreign Language!EAS - 81 5 1 ,i 2 .... 82 . Thespians 1. Thespian, Claudette Rogers, enjoys studying her script. 2. improvising an act are Karen Barber and Jim Duncan. 3. 1972-1973 Thespians are sometimes the audience. Row 1, S. Sark, scribe, M. Griffin, J. Fontaine, G. Amstutz, . Rogers, K. Barber. Row 2, T. Perrin, president, S. Todd, secretargg M. Jenkins, C. Stafford, J. Duncan, G. Glenn, D. Wolf. Row 3, K. Glazer, vice gresidentg K. arrish, C. Murray, D. Hartson. Row 4, Miss Burket, sponsor, Val Brighton, C. pencer, L. Exon, V. Carpenter, S. Bearden, C. Zayat. bun-3' C505 4. Chess Club, Row 1, N. Eley, D. Anson, secretary, B. Tatteshall, S. Kreidler. Row 2, M. Norris, D. Pitcher, B. Walker, J. Levinson, president, A. Hulse. Row 3, B. Nicholson, J. Henshaw. 5. Deep in thought, Steve Kreidler glans his next chess move. 6. 1972-1973 Creative Writers Club, Row 1, L. edfearn, R. Fabes, J. Duncan, T. Perrin. Row 2, J. Bender, J. First. Row 3, C. Stafford, L. Mathers, G. Amstutz, Fi. Conway. f"5 5 V H JV Lgik A iflfi' Pleasure was the purpose of Creative Writers Club our creations, some masterpieces others not, were written to be enjoyed and improved. We laughed, cried, smiled and frowned indulging in the art of words - Words in turn are to be interpreted in the presence of an audience. Thespians provided an outlet to fill our cravings for dramatics. Exploding into the world of feelings and expression required mental and physical control - Perfecting a monologue, or interpreting a dramatic reading, seemed an impossible feat. In turn we appreciated the creativity and genius behind drama. If it is possible to have an elite organization at Edison - we're it Chess Club was only for those who truly know and live the art of playing chess. This separated us from the masses of students who do not know how to play- With a certain air of dignity we would proudly proclaim - Checkmate. ,W L s 1 H? 3 Cless Club, Creative Writers Club 0 83 1 Appreciating the fine works of Beethoven, Braums, Chopin and Liscte is not only for the over forty refined ladies and gentlemen. The symphonic band and the orchestra are full of students devoted to music appreciation. The gift of playing an instrument is very treasured and valuable to us- Fle-creating the works of Bach or playing more modern compositions such as "Color My World" gave us the longing and hoping that the rest of the world could be caught up by the beauty of music. 84 . Symphonic Band 1. Members ot Symphonic Band for 1972-1973 are: Row 1, L. Wood, R. Dorman, L. Routh, M. Miller, R. Boehm, T. Ainsworth, A. Hansen, K. Allin, S. Hallman, C. Bays. Row 2, J. Lukowitch, R. Hawkins, T. Munn, L., Carr, D. Hunt, H. Kierig, J. Meyerhoff, G. Amstutz, S. Elliott, L. Fuss, R. Dunton, D. Wood, A. Lawless, D. Hamilton. Row 3, H. Duck, B. Hebard, K. Webster, J. Newcomb, M. George, G. Frost, L. Svoboda, A. Wright, C. Loyd, S. Dennis, R. Butler, B. Zwahlen, P. Potter, R. Feller, B. Herron, C. Teter, R. Conway, J. Delozier, M. Murphy, L. Born, C. Posner, A. Lobaugh, B. Speyer, E. Tuell, J. Hatcher, K. Sackett, A. Peeples. Row 4, Z. Richardson, M. Dean, C. Reibert, B. Lebold, L. Gladfelter, G. Lee, D. Alaback, C. Witt, P. Pool, E. James, G. Moore, J. Hovis, R. Mclntosh, L. Burgess, J. Pitcher, M, Teter, H. Rouse. 2. Members of the brass section rehearse for a performance. 3. Receiving instructions from Mr. Ed Gibble, band director, Jo Pitcher listens attentively. 4. A part of the string section of the orchestra includes Royce Ellington, Bob Weisman and Greg Groom. 5. Members of the 1972-1973 Orchestra are: Row 1, T. Vanderburg, A. Sandel, L. Shep- herd, C. Logsdon, R. Dorman, L, Routh, P. Mauldin, J. Lukowitch, C. Miller, L. Svoboda. Row 2. M. McArthur, C. Fenn, L. Remy, A. Wright, A. MacDonald, L. Phillips, G. Farthing, L. Wood. M. Rogohm, J. Powell, D. Holtzapple, V. Harris. Row 3, M. Landrum, G. Moore. K. Hulett, B. Weisman, J. Pitcher, G. Feller, L. Carr, R. Fraley. L. Born, J. Hatcher, D. DeMerritt. Row 4. D. Hunt, D. Feldman, J. Graham, M. Davis, M. Twyman, G. Groom, C. Kitch, H. Kierig, J. Schmidt, R. Ellington, R. Ellington. 5 - I As Orchestra . 85 Careers 1 suddenly become important in high school. Future Teachers of America was formed to help us understand and experience the rolls a teacher plays in the educational system. Our goal: to learn about teaching others to learn. Medical Club was limited to those who truly care about the sciences dealt with inthe medical field. We know we must show our concern for future medical needs so we will be able to act when the task is put into our hands. 1. The members of Future Teachers of America, Flow 1, C. Polson, D. Hartson, L. Morgan, F. Bombach, Mrs. Diane Brill, sponsor. Flow 2, R. Highfill, V. Ford, B. Dorris, J. Amstutz, P. Tripp, S. Fast, K. Jett. 2. Medical Club, Row 1, J. First, J. Adcock, C. Thomas, C. Hughes. Row 2, C. Peters, L. Hanson, S. McGoffin, A. Helsley, L. George. Flow 3, D. Groth, S. Sanders, J. Hoopert, C. Cratch. Flow 4, A. Jewell, D. Boone, Fl. Graham, M. Jones. Flow 5, G. Amstutz, Mr. Flobert Sanderson, Sponsor, D. Elder, C. Ferris. 3. A time for inspirational silence as Kimbill Jett, Frank Rombach and Lynn Morgan are being installed as the new officers of FTA. 86 o Medical Club, FTA 4 5 .1 ,p-425 ' if " HL- .fx as ft, ,, ,. f T . fry W xr 5 X e X X 5'-W-V A in s X if 4 Who cares about apathy? We know the football games only had a handful of supporters, - Organizations had few members and fewer meetings. School enthusiasm seemed to have flown out the window with unsuccessful dances, mixers and concerts. We need to take the time to decide what school is and what it provides for us. These times, they are changing and so have our needs and goals. Perhaps the answer to apathetic students is hidden in the words Seasons change and so do we. You need not be able to see, You need not be able to see - 4. The only loyal member that appeared for this group picture is Bubba Kierig. 5. This pompom is being dis- carded just like the spirit of Edison high school. 6. We won the game, but only one came. Apathy Q 87 V i ,,,.,,,-M.. K -X 1 90 . A-Squad Football O YIDISUN I TESTS 19" '91 ' JN ig L t 1 1. The Eagle offense sets up against the Memorial Chargers' defense. 3, Varsity Football, Flow 1. N. Stephenson. D. Duvall, C. Arney. B. l-lebard. M. Durbin, T. l-lolt, J. l-lolder, K. Slater, A. Grubb. B. Oden, B, English. J. Richards, Fl. Gwartney. Bow 2, D. Pitcher. J. Mills, l-l. Duck B. Butler, D. Speegle. M. Lubin, C. Lewis, J. Swatlord, J. Martin, G. Phillips, F. Dale. T. Burke, M, l-lollifeild. Bow 3, D. Wood, M. McMahon, J. Steele, B, Coleman, M. Williams, B' EDN NU ,menu mg ESC, Leg! E I N Eqcliplll' 152-i'f'ii.t V55 4125-' M. Widmar, D. Murphy, C. Egger, B. Weedn, B. Case, M. Nalley, J. Burcham. Flow 4, M. Summers, M. Fogley, K. Williams, D. Deshane, M. Pate. G. Law. K. Smith, D, Korne. M. Mantooth. Fl. Drew, D. Withington, B. Patterson, F. Driscal. Bow 5, The coaches for this year are Darrell Wolff, Don Phillips, Melvin Driver. Tom Langham, Frank Grimm, Tom Grady and Joe Fleming. 2 5 'lfff 'V M 5 2 xl KJ Q f 4 .. 44... . . V K . ,g .t . at .ttf M . -K k M . g at gs haw- .. 'W' ' ,N,, ,,,,,:., W 2. Talklng to hls teammates. Mark Wllllams sets up the plans for the upcomlng down. 4. After an excitlng flrst half. the Eagles head towards the locker room for a pep talk. 5. Vvlth Dan Withington blocking. Jeff Svvatford starts to run up fleld for an Edison touchdown. A-squad Football . 91 1 On the hop t The football team is made of "dedication", Our motto is eat, drink and sleep football! People asked us why we continued to play with the Edison tradition hanging over us. Maybe we want to be a part of our team striving for that goal, or to stand under the stage lights of LaFortune Stadium. Perhaps we played because we are proud to be called the mighty Edison Eagles. 2 1. With bound determination, Rusty Coleman kicks the ball after afourth down. 2, Eagle quarterback, Mark Williams prepares to , T -x it throw the ball to one of his teammates. g stttm . W 'KL S p ,II 4 -is Wit ,, fm 1' .gary --1 flfll 1 92 . A-squad Football 5,1 t f ,Ji k,.. s sn., Imam, iw it 0, - + x A it sf Odin x 4, ts . ..a M-uw-..,,m. saw- 3 . t ,M sg - - H . . li T X' F 1975? y Fogrbaiiv ,,. stat ' Edison 7 . . . . . . . East Central 1 .V Q Eglisonsi '. I .... , ....... rial-a, ' M -A+ .i ......... Q . Washi j qrteit gn' Edfsonf 7 ....,..... '. M vggigz g Edisons28 5. , ........ Rogers 22 V ,gQ,Edison O . . . ..... Centra gigg, f disong . . . . pw,-1 -. .,. 1 diso t ii, McLai F' ' ' disffls '- .... MQrt. . .. ' f i1A .4-I Qf,- is if T . , T is ,ffl Y K "'S . ,,.',A f - - . A , s' d2 1 :.::am.+ma-....a. 'V V' a I ' i' .a...t.....,...,......W xx Q'f'g.-ee amiga IAN 'W-we 3. The Edison defensive unit awaits the referee's decision after recovering a Memorial fumble. 4. The 1972 Tri-captains for the Varsity Football Team are top to bottom: Dan Withington, Frank Dale and Max Mantooth who were elected by the team. 5. Two Eagle defenders, Frank Dale and John Martin, having stopped their opponents, run to the sidelines with arms raised in excitement. A-squad Football . 93 K I r , A ,www-A in Mm 'Se 94 . B-Squad Football '71 N V J 'ful , ,,t,tat .t V ..- . VM, V, in I K ,, +,,. . if-f' f5"'- .-Af ,v-Imffw if N in 2 Wil .XX , . ,H M 4, ,. , .,, , I-fir' gyms? S"8f72?"' aw ' ' . mf. , , , . . aff THX, ifgggyg - . j,,,:W'f "' 'rr W' . T T it, T d .,, d an slii 3 ,,,,ld i T J "' Q ff A F' we isr, sf' T d s My K My J,.as.V.w I 4 X 2, Clark Duffe and Charles Vestey protect their quarterback in the B- squad game against Memorial, 1. Fighting off a persuing defender, Doug Witt runs for an Edison touchdown. 4. B-squad football: Row 1, T. Daman, J. Boss, J. Donovan, B. Briggs, B. Farthing, J. Hoffman, P. Wilson. B. Leland. Row 2, D. Witt, J. Stearns, IVI. Wilson, C. Thomson, R. Flank, C. Duffe, lvl. Laird, S. Frampton, Bow 3, D. Smith, C. Vestey, T. Hayes, J. Ramsey, F. Espigares, lvl. Martin, B. Walthrup, S. Pence. Bow 4, Coaches Tom Grady, Don Phillips and Joe Fleming. 3. Tackling the ball carrier from behind, lVlike Wilson brings him down. B-Squad Football . 95 K " aj LM.. 3 4 , 3. Strnding to vuotory, Pat Roberts and Scott McKeague push past Pow 2, B, Orthvvein, P. Plumb, S. Newcomb, S. Browntee, J. Bush, L Coach Pierce. 4, Varsnty Cross County: Pow 1, Coach Hugh Pierce, S. George. Row 3, D. Vvilmott, D. Juhrmann, A. Hulse, J. Ernst, S. Welch McDonald. R, Lumley, D. Crawford, D. Sanders, L. Fuss, P. Roberts. lVI.VV1Icox, J. McKay. 96 . Cross Country s L, . . t . 1' 'KJV 5 LW H f MM ,lf Cross The County an invisible track, stretched before our Cross Country boys, to run and run and run - I heard someone cali them "Chicken Ftunnersj' he must have had his eyes closed when our boys ran across the finish line - to be proclaimed the victors. 1. Even though he does not look as if he is running, Lee George is putting out everything he has. 2. Showing the team how to run, Co-Captains David Sanders and Doug Crawford stay in front of their opponents. M ,. 'iw' V 9 10 Cross Country . 97 ,4 sl, -.9 05 98 . A-squad Basketball .M Together we moved onto the court for the new season with spirit and confidence that victory was our destiny. We worked at dribbling, passing shooting, sinking so we could reach the top. We were close - and togetherness counts when working as a team toward a goal. 1. In an important Oklahoma Six conference game against McLain, senior Mike Bankoft jumps above his opponent to make an important basket. 2. Along with some of his basketball players, Coach J.V. Haney watches the game with great intent. Edison 68 Edison 1972-1Qf73 Varsity gjll535?' E 3 3 61 83 Edison 76 J, Edison 51 """""""'E Edison 51 y 532232 Sl- if-estieSviiie'5S22Zl 33 Edison 75 Muskogee 84 All-City Tournamerii, 5th Place Edison Tournamergggt 1st Place Regional Tournament ' c ist Place Area Tournament --' 2nd Place 3, During an important Edison time-out, Coach J.V, Haney explains how the second quarter will affect the opponents ego, 4, Surrounded by two Rogers' players, Dana Brown shoots a lump shot. 5. ln the Rogers' basketball game, Randy West puts the ball up for another two points. A-squad Basketball . 99 , ' . 1 1. The seniors on the 1972-73 Varsity Basketball team are: D. Brown, A. Grubb, Ft. West, Nl. Bankoff tkneelingj, B. Nilles, J. Allen and B. Weckstein. 2. In a basketball warm- up session before the game, Jim Allen and Mike Bankoff perfect their shooting and dribbling skills. 3. Varsity 100 . A-Squad Basketball 4. Leaping above all the other players, sophomore Mike Williams scores two quick points against Washington. 5. The 1972 Junior Varsity are: left to right, J. Hunt, Fi. Walters, M. Cohen, S. Pollock, S. Strozier, M, Williams, J. Mathews, R. Waldrup, D. Moore, K. Morris, M. Bohning, T. Hunt. 6. Team captains, Dana Brown and Mike Bankoff with Coaches Basham and Haney. B-Squad Basketball 0101 Edison Varsnty Sand Muskogee 102 - A-Squad Wrestling McLain 4 Alone is being on a mat pitting our ability and strength against our opponent. Pounds of weight must be lost in preparation to throw our man to the mat. Running stairs in red and grey suits, starving during the week, gorging after a match - People say we look hard and meang but behind our gritted teeth we must constantly - THINK, we realized we had only ourselves to depend on while we worked for the team. 1. Picking his opponent by the leg, senior Roger Case control his opponent to score a takedown. 5. Keeping attempts a take down. 2, Keeping his foe off balance, his opponent on his toes, junior John Martin goes for sophomore Jay Ross pushes him to the mat. 4. In the another two points. Edison Tournament, junior John McNeilance tries to A-Squad Wrestling . 103 1 ,YW 2 1. Looking over for advice from Coach Nunneley, Roger Case plans his next move. 2. The returnin letterman from last year's squad are, J. Martin, M. Wilson, D. Korne and Brownlee. 3. After a decisive Edison victory, trainer Mike Hollifield smiles before he heads back to the locker room. 104 Q A-Squad Wrestling 4 I . I ,ga- .14 T, 4. Heavyweight Mike Summers tries to knock his foe down to score two points for a takedown. 5. ln the lightweight division, Brian Johnson attempts to get his opponent on his back for a pin. 6. 1972-73 Junior Varsity Wrestling, Flow 1, D. Alaback, M. Jones, B. Johnson, J. Parker, B. Walker, D. Finnerty, T. Hayes, 6 J. Hoffman, K. Slater. Bow 2, J. McNeilance, P. Wilson, J. Stearns, Fi, Briggs, G. Holcomb, D. Hott, J. McKay, B. Orthwein, Flow 3, J. Ramsey, F. Esplgares, K. Bailey, J. Mills, G. Law, M. Summers, M. Mooberry, M. Marson, C. Duffe, D. Smith, R. Walthrup and J. Floss round out this year's squad. B-Squad Wrestling Q 105 V, M . .J-4.5, 2 qw... 4.,,.,,...,.,..,,..wq.,-. ,,,. M., .., , 0... ,A,.,,..m..,,..........n....... .. . ... ,, .,... 4-f--.q--M, ..- .-..- .N.,...,. H.. , J ,- .. , ,..,,..,,w 1. Plunging into the water is Grant Simmons. 2. Getting a good start oft the blocks, Bill Farrell beats his opponent into the water. 3. Varsity Swimming: Row 1,J. Ellison, Fl. Williams, B. Tattershall, G. Simmons, S. Kirkpatrick, J. Ernst, S. Frampton, Ft. Farthing. Flow 2, B. Bowen, C. 106 0 Swimming Stratton, M, Boudeane, M. Franklin, L. Patterson, T. Anson, C. Hughes, C. Hughes, T. Maness. Row 3, T. Bodley, W. Roberts, F. Wagner, B. Farrell, T. Lyons, M. Weaver, B. Effron, S. Gray and B. Monnett complete the team. 5-W 3 my l -R f M ,I Mr- Miles of laps, blood shot eyes, and hot showers were elements of our swim team. Splashing into icy water so early in the morning and constantly stroking till our minds went blank from nothing but swimming was all a part of the game we were playing. When our hands touched first and victory slapped us in the face, pride was written all over our soaking bodies. 4. Eyeing his opponent, Terry Lyons plans his strategy to overtake him. 5 Catching his foe at the last mintue, Fred Wagner touches the wall and wins. Swimming . 107 . . m , m .. .. .., ., -. A , . Y - -awe 'W"'1m ff' 1 V, Q.. i Q T24 5 1 ,. ,..4,....... a-..Ws..-, .t . ,W 1. The seniors on the 1972-73 Swimming team are, Row 1, T. Maness, C. Hughes, L. Patterson, J. Ernest, G. Simmons. Fiow 2, T. Anson, B. Farreli, T. Lyons, S. Gray, M. Weaver, 2. Almost perpendicular to the water, diver Tom Maness slides, in. 108 Q Swimming 3. While swimming, Chip Stratton takes in more air to keep going. 4. After winning the meet, the team throws Coach Wolff in the pool. 5. In an afternoon workout, Steve Gray ex- ecutes an inward forward dive in near perfect form. Swimming . 109 Edison 4 .. 3.. Edisgn Q1 Conference Turnpike . . . . f . Regional .... 1. . .. 1.:f Q Wir ty .?f'2i fp - 1 Sand . . . Memorial O . Second Place . . . ThirrdfQPlafce . . , Third Place A I Y" ' W --it f , . Vw' .. AV V ,YV s'f -r , f:. :: J Mum .4 F W :V A gcftl II Q -ii S 1? ' , , . .Qs ' f x. gtvff . K J ref is if rr' 'swf ! 4 p f' 1 h , mm" i S YUSUN ' h':' 1 f , , MV. " . fc 1 fl 'sr 6 , .. -f. , AW .-HW W . 1 Q tgirl W, ,ffg . ,., l ,y ,,, YK usa if wx Q, s 0 V --:L , s .Y gm f: if S fhi - , . fu B.. , N! VVLV Sufi' . ... J, l S I '-Q . . ,gwgsg ,.::' 1 :v, ,,..Q, w'1 - x ., f- A. , .fum-f...'i?' . H, - J gf ,L! it . . . . , 14,211 J 1 ' . fi mh' 'f'f,J',z. A 2 .A W Q. I , iv! 4 , 7 f?".:?""5lff: gih fl iff. ,, ,.,. 'if-A an ' . . A ' f ' ' .. Z ' I ' A f' 1. Taking a mighty cut at the ball, Junior Rod Gwartney hits the ball out into center field. 2. Preparing to bunt, Mark Williams gets into bunting stance. 3. Sliding safely into home, Rex Shelton scores a run for the Eagles. 4. 1973 Varsity Baseball, Flow 1, C. Lewis, Fl. Gwartney, M. Hood, Fl. English, J. Holder, J. Martin, Fl. Shelton. Flow 2, A, 110 0 Baseball Smith, B.Weckstein, M. Williams, T. Holt, J. McNeilance, B. Shellhorn, J. Neely. Flow 3, M, Nalley, B. Vondrehle, H. Duck, W. Morgan, J. Spence, M. Miller and M. Bohning round out this year's team. 5. Getting to first before he is called out, Mitch Nalley becomes the first base runner of the game against the Flogers Flopers. x , X ., I F-i ' 1 M.,,,?, . lr! cj ii tr ,....-av -S -:ff A, - sfgi,'2:gf,. 'T f-'P'2m.:z- 'Q' .-- ,E P W "' 7 Batter Up as soon as the last snow left the ground. Workouts were hard, like every other sport, but the work turned into experience and experience into victory. Under our billed caps were the hidden smiles when that last second bunt paid off or we performed a magnificent triple play. After such moments we couldn't help but wonder if our caps would be too small after a hard won victory. Baseball . 111 W.,-, , an 1 :IL L ' L: 5 r.l.'.r:i I 4 L i355 555 i l " I' ,- Edison 45 Edison 50 . . . Memorial-EU I Hale 82 if McLain Triangular. .f . ... .... Third Place P OSU l nv itatlonj5I ....... . . Seventh Place wp. V WebstegiQuadrangularx,,lf, , .A, . . Second Place P 1 4-., Muskogee vitat . Iii Q Place. McmLaln ,... - Fourteenth Place ' Edison . . Q' .'i'i Eleventh Place P fi f - i q Cont e . . .S ,Second Place - 3 neg . ....., . ..... . sixth Eiacsafjfk 75 -1 .4 ,, S. State .Q , . .. .S 'TwenQtieth:3l8GGff9 "ii ' W J K QV , - ,5-1, -K -V-V' , . .. Jn Airr win, , I ,, l A4 at .4 gf , A lel,M YJ : Q, ybfif M - ' ' illll lrl ,.W ,, 112.Track Keeping Track of all the long hours of work outs to improve and strengthen made us realize what comprises a winner. We upheld the dignity and grandeur of ancient Greeks as we held our "mini-olympics" while practicing in the Edison colliseum. The one element lacking - raising our heads after a victory, expecting to see and hear thousands of supporters cheering, instead, seeing only the smiles of loyal teammates. 1. 1973 Track, Row 1, D. Duvall, J. Ramsey, P. Wilson, S. New- comb, B. Oden, K. Slater, T. Daman. Row 2, J. Ernst, S. McDonald, R. Lumley, D. Sanders, D. Wilmott, M. Beaudoin, A. Hulse, D. Hoopert. Row 3, D. Crawford, P. Plumb, M. Durbin, J. Lander, L. Wheeler, D. Fuhrman, J. McKay, J. Fontaine. Row 4, S. McKeague, G. Phillips, B. Weedn, J. Richards, B. Hebard, M. Wilcox, J. Bush. Row 5, S. Welch, L. George, S. Pence. 2. Ahead of all his oppo- nents, junior Doug Crawford goes into his third lap. 3. During an Edison practice David Sanders takes first in a half mile. 4. Com- paring times of the sprinters are Coach Driver and Coach Pierce. 5. After a hard run race, David Sanders slowly trudges up to the team headquarters to be congratulated. Track .113 ison 17 son 5 son 8 lSOn 4ww-Www Re IOf1,.3l 7 AllQ.AGiiYt -f5' .1 . .Q 1, .Conjerenoe f '4-, fs. 114oGoIf .wgaws , Swinging into Action sent the golfers into the season. Countless times we beat the sun up A 'P to get in an early practice. We would lose a ball to a pond or a sand trap only to sink a hole in one to make up for the loss. '1'f'?!I2, Place Place ' 1 eel"-!.S. fe-f , 033 -fl 2 1. Coach Tom Langham stands with the 1973 returning letlermen of golf, S. McNeill, HB. Warren, C. Harris and M. Brown. 2. Showing his winning form, Ted Daniel takes a swing at the ball. 3. The 1973 Golf Team is Flow 1, H.B. Warren, M. Brown, C. Harris and Fl. Crews. Row 2, S. McNeill, P. Flidley, and J. Cash. 4. The 1973 Tennis Team is Row 1, J. Henshaw, L. Cleveland, and B. Walker. Row 2, Nl. Conway, Fl, Walters, T. Daniel, T. Lyon and T. Baker. f.-X 'G i .1-of :1ii'Q21r 2 Tennis was our trade as we batted the ball to victory. When missing a shot a player must be prepared to hear the echoes of several informing him of the invisible hole in his racket. Edison 6 . . Edison 4 . . Edison 6 . . Edison 8 . . Edison9... .... . fv', I .t.t. A All City .... m x .... . . C onference . ..... T . State .... . . . , wi' 5 aw My Hale o Holland Hall 2 Shawnee 1 . Muskogee 0 . . .First Place . . s. First Place . . .First Place Tennis.115 Peo Q ple pe 1. human beings who form a segment of hu- manity sharing a common characteristic. 2. human beings not indi- vidually known or consid- ered as individuals. 3. human beings distin- guished from the lower animals. 4. persons linked by a common factor. 5. a body of persons that are united by a common culture, tradition, or a sense of kinship. 6. students and faculty of a school of higher learning. 1 . ,, Cawelti directs Board 3 1. A view of the Education Service Center. 3. Members of the Tulsa H. Harris, Curtis Turner, Robert J. Riggs, Jr., Robert L. Beck, Ray Board of Education are: Mrs. Opal Carllson, Carl D. Hall, Jr., Eugene Conrad, Robert A. Beckstrom and Mrs. Richard Warner. 118 . School Board 2. School Superintendent, Dr. Gordon Cawelti. 4, Listening io a sug- gestion from the Board, Dr. Caweiti gives his approval. 5. Discussing an issue, Dr. Cawelti and the board try to come to a decision, School Board .119 The man for all seasons, Mr. Hoopert had to be a flexible leaderg he sat on both sides of the fence to accommodate students, parents and administrators- the man to make decisions must listen, analyze, decide The key to a principal's success? An open mind. 120 . Principal 4 3 1. Relaxing after school, Mr. Hoopert enjoys sculpting as a hobby. 2. In spite of his great re- sponsibiiities, the principal manages to keep smiling. 3. Golfing is one of his favorite pas- times. 4. To add to his many other duties, Mr. Hoopert also cares for his yard. . -' is f ". A ,.,.,,, Q, f ,... . , ' .H w - - - . - if V-Aff . -F .Y-,Q ' T? J M, Qi ,Q-,4 F, A..k . k Lb' fn . 5, ,M ' I ' HA, g' + ' A K: ig 5 -' A,,,.Q.,g,,-,N-yfls " ' "' kr AU U' J- w A. .t,g ag .,.r N - ww-wggiwr-1 --fi .,g,. fx. ' 'ff -,." -' ii' .wah .f., fM2Z"f1"5'5',?' " in ,gy + . . " f- i f 4' 'A' , Eg? ' Q 1 . . 5 gg + ,s.fMgy-nq.i '5g?....-jim ?.a5..gg,is4w,1+.f5.'aau:+,rz:-23 f --,gif 3 , . .. ag aw-W wh of ire! Li A, I .Q .ii .. We ,hiv 4-ww ,. an ,4 4. .4 no 'dllz' ' www 1. "Curses, foiled again," snarls lVlr. Richard Cox. 2. Discussing the latest school crisis, lvlr. Cox, left, and lVlr. Smith attempt to solve the problem. 3. Behind a closed door, Mr. Roger Smith has a conference with a student. 4. Admiring the courtyard are Mr. Cox and Mr. Smith. 5. Swamped with paper work. lvlr. Cox takes time to help a teacher. 6. "May I have your atten- tion. please. may I have your attention. please," interrupts Mr. Smith for another of his many intercom announcements, 122 . Assistant Principals 5 . V 1 1 Ill' """"i wHW,,,-,. 2 Xt-1 " if'i,. 'liek fe. .,-"' r ii ri,lJ -ff am., ,f S L. -A2 his l ,gf We never knew the men behind the scenesg Mr. Cox, Bow Tie Daddy, and Intercom Announcer himself, Mr. Smith. The assistant principals could be compared to secret agents stalking the halls on a mission impossible. Assignment -- to uncover - what? Assistant Principals . 123 1 I Ill' Guidance is their job ,,- 1:'-A 5.. as L ff' f , f df 1 V' w 4, Li 1' -M? 'VM"'a.,r 4. Visiting with an interested parent is Thelma Jones. 2, Helping a student, Odetta Lewis works on a schedule change. 3. Checking up on absences is another rob for Glennis Miller, 1. There is so much to do and so little time thinks Jennye Ables as the day begins. 5. Extra duties for John Butts include keeping statistics at the games. 124 . Counselors A -.M rw . . -.'.1 ' ' '. '. 14, ,f ., ,,.s""' li, 'wal QL: 911. . fri-1vrifjk?T!:L Y' """'?iQ ,:.,"'?.v-K .N-,755-,, .4 mm-wif . ,.rt 'f .372 '15, eff.. QM 'i -,ffssiir ff" ,J v Office staff, nurse keep things going ,ff , gs, t, 5 , ,W , 1. Working on the grade point averages, Ruth Bolt, standing, assists Lorena George. 2. Finishing her day's work, Docia Grimes rernoves the last letter from the typewriter while Orlene Blake straightens up her desk, 3. Putting a way the days laundry, is Hazel Kirk, the school nurse. 4. The attendance clerks, Fran Elliott, Mere- dith Farrimond and Lena Mills work on the daily bulletin. Office Staff Q 125 Creating Prose .-v-'A"'.-4' t l t , gli if jx 45 2 ff?fZg,f,6 QL" , We A t . , 27 1. Amused by an incorrect answer, is George Hinkel, an English teacher. 2. English and German teacher Carol Fryar, concentrates deeply on her music. 5. Trying hard not to look unnatural, is Mary Faye McFarlin, En- glish teacher. 6. Attempting to hide from the camera, is Mary Hagan, an nglish teacher. 9. English teacher Rosemary Lewis is displaying some Indian relics brought by her students. 126 Q Communications ,ang wt Willys my v , . -, , M My A . V if V I Yi A 3 "bl VW 1 Fx., .rf k at if E J fig, . JT. 3. Writin some notes for her fantasy class on the overhead, is Isabelle Phillips, English teacher. 4. English teacher Sally Castleberry enjoys work- ing in the garden her family has landscaped. 7. "Mother" Sandra Benson, English teacher and yearbook and journalism sponsor, is having a conver- sation with her best friend, the mimeograph machine, 8. Admiring her cat, Tinker, is Carolyn Hill, English teacher. Communications . 127 .435 sgsgive X. Q Vx LEW-1 . se: ies i-2 .V .- - i W 4,-.,,-.4 ff4'fEf?:iEsC x 'NSF ee- fr f ' ff " w . i f-Cf 1- A ,K .g,4e,t5.g.gNbw:?1fw.g.g,u ,.,. ..:'i",lf:f':kif, -- - 2 -. ' Y .- - . '- si . -l' i -Q, 'sw e ar - g t t-mf 1- .. V .. -- ' . Q f .A 7 . , . " ' ' wi V fi 128 . Communications x. 1. Diagramming sentences can be easy, as taught by James Basham, English teacher and assistant basketball coach. 2. Listening to a student's report, is June Richey, an English teacher. 4. Writing the daily assignment on the board is Nancy Oakley, an English teacher. 5. English and debate teacher Darrell Goode takes Sleasure in showing off his pride and joy, Libezan's Step's ark Night. Y 3 IN! Parle espanol! F 3. Flying is a very exciting pastime for Ann Page, French teacher. 6. "Foreign languages are essential in computer programming," says Chris Worth, French teacher. 7. Talking about their visits to Spanish-speaking countries, are Rachel Sanchez, Spanish and English teacher, and Mary Pottorf, Spanish teacher. 8. Displaying her pride for her bowling trophies, is Rachel Pollard, Spanish teacher. 9. Needlepoint is a relaxing hobby, as shown by Beatrice Notely, Latin and English teacher. Foreign Language . 129 7 i . 1. Helping Trena Blackstock and Alice Grubb, is Jack Dobelbower, trigonom- etry and calculus teacher. 2. Explaining one of the basic theorys of geometry to her class, is Millicent Mankoff. 6. Joking with his class, is Melvin Driver, algebra and basic math teacher, and also assistant football and track coach. 7. Busy working with a computer, is Richard Curby, geometry and physics, and also Man Made World science teacher. 130 . Mathematics 'Nuo -ns 50-lm-x . ,. QS? gm-51 ::2fLf,'n XWQM 1 . 3v1z,X'eq, u-nwpfm my- s 'QA-'ity , lvkw is. 6mwmwq wxmA 1,5 ix , uhm -5x'O,.L't'm Quarry www' -H. is new-v. tv.. 4 up nes:-wwf. . .- mit'-L bvkaun at mm-vm'w. fu wtf--ff Mmm Qctrvw ggwu ivrviit gjx O-YV -'vaniqa-an www- NU Y vo was fm? 4' fi-'A' xl-Macaw' WM' 9' I.. ss: we if'WN""ik R AFMN .,S"'N. 3 +101-50 ,gsf :ALE Qt. 1' ,jgfgfqgfisiwzimfj gi rs' at fm Lg 2.94 - 'fr ' . f M . Ja, if ,annua- f,.-u--'l- 'JV' 3, Business math teacher and Coach Don Phillips enjoys golfing during his free time. 4. Attempting to explain a proof is Marjorie Landry, geometry teacher. 5. Flaking leaves can be an endless task, but Karen McCartney, algebra and geom- etry teacher, continuesfighting them. 5-M MFA M' in 'hw New Ml '34 ' l'l"i Mathematics Q 131 Z if 1-k ij 3 Ib Kwik 5,2 WW Til ni Ifi W 2Tg . W, ' , l if 'r r' ees E 1. Biology and chemistry teacher Josephine Brown prepares to begin class. 3. The men's lounge is very relaxing for Wendell Casey, physiology and biology teacher. 4. Geology is a major part of Anita Thompson's class. 7. Giving notes on a iology chapter, is Naomi Pederson, biology and advanced biology teacher. 132 . Science 4 7 M 1: gf A! Search for facts ,A X .41 2. Explaining the structure of a cell to his class, is Bob San- derson, biology teacher. 5. Chemistry teacher, Dale Fer- guson, gives his class the daily assignment. 6. Practicing the piano during her planning period, is Carolyn Watts, biology and algebra teacher. 8. Biology teacher Charlotte Wood finishes her latest sewing project. Science . 133 Fteiterates past ---All t t tt 0. 1. Suspense is mounting for Hope Smith, history teacher, as she watches an Edison game. 2. History teacher, Virginia Stowell, sets up the projector. 5. Using an overhead projector, Eddie Faye Gates, history teacher, gives notes to her class. 6. History teacher and track coach, Hugh Pierce discusses the latest timing with Dave Saunders. 7. Lecturing on current social problems is part of Jesse Padgett's history class. 11. History teacher and basketball coach, J.V. Haney has to check the attendance. 12. It is not Lawrence Weik, but Darrell Wolff, history teacher and swimming coach. 13. Discussing a new chapter with his class, Hardy McKaksie, history teacher, answers a student's question. 134 . History Q' 1 2 QQ A NT E ui, ...f Get busy! ' -. ., A A 1 'H HY.. '31 fftfv it D..-rv 0 ..' trufxvs ' 1 ri' yn!! .1 3. Big smiles come easy for Frank Twist, busi- ness law teacher. 4. Setting tables attractively takes practice, as demonstrated by Frankie Boemer, foods teacher. 8. General Office Edu- cation teacher, Linda Hefley, shows her classes the use of the Gestetner duplicating machine. 9. Driver's Education teachers, Lloyd Hensley and Melton Ramsey inspect their car. 10. Home living teacher, Diane Brill gets her son ready for a junior hockey game. 14. Dic- tating is routine for Ednah Mae Ingalls, short- hand teacher. 15. Typing teacher, Jean Evelyn, crochets an afghan in her spare time. 16. Clo- thing teacher, Billie Jo Hutchins grades a dress made by one of her students. 17. Office machines teacher, Margaret Hill, demonstrates the use of a key-driven calculator to one of her classes. Business Education . 135 ,asf 1 P 4 ,g .. nj Build our bodies x Territory 113-1836 ' Trrritorv 1537 ' 1855 .an ' 2. Assistant Football and Assistant Wrestling Coach Tom Graddy, who is also a junior high teacher in history, describes the Indian Territory in Oklahoma. 3. Athletic Director Jimmy Sell- ers waits for a meeting with his coaching staff. 6. Dreaming of the Colorado ski slopes, is Laurann Rogers, who is a girI's physical education teacher. 136 . Physical Education E. Pixfiiff l f iw 'Y-f i ,.1 "'5"': f V I .,.,,,t.m f.,, , ' , f' - Y' W' 1. Girl's Physical Education teacher Pat Houston is demonstrating correct volleyball techniques. 4. Assistant Football Coach and junior high history teach- er Frank Grimm helps Ken Williams with a football stance. 5. Wrestling and tennis coach Ray Nunnely is showing a student an important wrestling hold. 7. Boy's physical education and history teacher Tom Langham. works on some football plays for the next Edison game. Coaches Q 137 HW Working with minds and hands . If 1 f ef -1. gf f' w f 1 W fn? w 1 'S 4 if . . ' ff ww J , " 1 ' ww-YQT, f gfzfia g ,P fp 'fm' -' 1 , f? -Afkgzfwm, qw, :N W f 9 . yiii Aff M W V ' - Q ' af jf ,f'17LJf1'72f W H ,ef an ff F e ff X , W' 3 51 3 ,f ff 5 , if f ' ' 'uv mari! :ll 3 s 3 'X f 2 Q . f, Van' +5 r A i f A at .L age, ' fr is.. 1 'S- w X an X H I Q fn we , 'Lt 'W QE . Em ,za ,, f 2 1 Q , I , 3 , an if . 1 f . q" Q 4 ' 1 . f 5 ,, 1 A1: C lx f fa .1521 "' N52 + , W, , M '9 , ff ia ' ff gg is if 7 W Wal, gf 1 . M' 5 ' 1 3 1 5 'x Q3 iii Vg ig ,,6f'g E filflif' 'l ffi gf 'P 'fifi f'fi?il" Qatar 4,3591 4 v I a Q 2 rf f f .1 H ... Mt 9 Bm 'Ln . , ..,, - . 1. Working on a drafting late, I.D. Powell still keeps an eye on the class. 2. Selling candy to student Greg Groom, d Gibble earns money for the marching band. 3. Demonstrating Z' some uses of the oscilloscope to Glen Albertson is George McVay, electronics. 4. Directing the class, Tom Clark, music, likes what he hears. 5. Distributive Education teacher, Mary Jo Samuel, checks up on student Melanie Beeson who is in the Student Work Program at Edison. 6. Hard at work, Bill McPeters, power mechanics, works on an engine with student Wait Bowers as Steve Crosslin and Tom Jerome watch. 7. One of art - , ff :Aw 1 teacher Louise Todd's favorite hobbies is weaving on her loom. 8. Always in the library, Bethel Delay, librarian, is there to help students. 9. Checking over film orders, Dave Crowell makes sure everything is correct, 10. Teaching techniques of Drama, Barbara Burkett, speech, talks to the class. 11. Showing his new baby girl, Michelle, her first Christmas tree is Jim Womack, drafting. 12. Before an assembly, John Henry, stagecraft, sets up the stage and teaches the class at the same time. 13. Taking out a moment from class, Otto Duecker, art, thinks of designs for a new drawing. 14. With patience, D'Arline McDonald, special education, helps one of her students, Richard Stagner with some of his history. Doing Subjects .139 S. axis aj 1 One last time we took part in all those activities that are a part of high school, the football game - to show the Juniors who is best, A hayride under a starlit night, and Class of 73' buttons to show our spirit and membership in the Senior Class. Board meetings were unexpectedly large - many of us wanted to get involved in school our last year at Edison. Before we mocked and criticized those funny, insignificant activities, but now deep inside we appreciated them, more than any other class, because we don't have the chance to do it over again. 140 . Seniors 1. Senior Board. Row 1, from left to right, W. Rumley, P. Tripp, D. Ridley, T. Kirkpatrick, R. Conway. Row 2, R. Highfill, B. See, J. Donovan, M. Lowery, T. Blackstock, L. Reid, S. Heller, S. Slagle, T. Perrin. Row 3, L. Lucas, G. Farthing, D. Bruton, T. Carter, A. Burns, L. Hooker, C. Hahn, M. Ross. Row 4, P. Rodgers, B. Bowdle, M. Fries, N. Acuna, A. Grubb, M. Miller, P. Ridley. Row 5, S, Todd, S. Sayles, C. Dillman, C. Peters, L. Henson, P. Glade, J, Richards, C. Hughes, D. Powell, J. Brinlee. Row 6, R. West, A. Grubb, B. Tomer, R. Luker. Row 7, O. Diesenroth, D. Korne, K. Jones, Brownlee, A. Peeples. Row 7, J. Duncan, B. Bird, P. Wood. Treasurer, Rob Conway. S. 2. ff -.,,,,,-W , I W , ,M ,Q 4 'VV V., i 'K ,W Q,t.., . - 2403. V. 7. W., M, .ev f , M, -. V V mix, W ,, ,pr 1 "V-nk ., , fu., ,, f" f'f . 3.1179 J x .,,, ,, 4 + Q fgmxuzf 'tix ,, f , 'mi , 1, , in 1 ,,,. Q , i yi . . ,m.,f,.,,,, ,W ,K , ,ff ff gm' J Am- .g :,,., , Wmwfw ff-'v A W , ,,,, W i 3, Sponsor, Mr. Jack Dobelbower. 4. Senior Class President, Tom Kirkpatrick. 5. Secretary, Pam Tripp. 6. Social Chairman, Wayna Rumley. 7. Vice-president, Dick Ridley. V, ,..,V, mana. ff ,H If ,424 of 4 :ff 6 L m f' Seniors Q 141 Nelly Acuna Jan Adcock Terry Ainsworth Richard Alderman Bill Allen Debbie Allen Jim Allen Bill Ammons Gary Amstutz Judy Amstutz Carol Anderson Glenn Andrews Tom Anson Steve Antry Lynn Archambo Debbie Arwood Christy Ashwill Leslie Atkins Anthony Bachtel Mary Ann Bakius 142 1 Seniors ,K 5' ,,.,- 7 '-vv .f 'Jin ,, H ' -"'- H V - ' 'f' , ,hw '91 hz W " -we hs K Wm, .. L .. Heuqy ' .... . I. 1. Who says girls aren't as rough as boys? These junior and senior powder puff football players are but a sample of the teams' grim determination to "Get that flag' 2. Using the knowledge he has gained from six years of hard work, is Johnny Hallford tutoring one of the junior high students as a volunteer from the National Honor Society sponsored program. ygy t , i XX v-'Y ,,.t 2 Q- ff' ,fv- .- 'V ,N , 43 -N ir f 4 ' 3 I r -A ' y y y r l ' X f f"219".'.'HI,? Q . 5 n .a wi , 'r , ' -f U, -'rq,y.z.Q W W. , V , I ,f yy i""'f,.J'M, ' l l ' r ' .rf i p vi: t azazzizzugzs -2251 lr: Tina Bandiera Mike Bankoff Gary Batten Bill Baughman Jeff Baxter Sally Ann Bearden Melanie Beeson David Beine Bekki Belford David Bennett Kay Bequette Jim Beverly Bob Bird Brenda Blackstock Trena Blackstock Kathy Bloyd Rene Boehm Larry Born Yvonne Boudreaux Nathanial Bowden Seniors . 143 Brenda Bowdle Walt Bowers Janice Boyd John Boyd Betsy Bradley Scott Brady Susan Brady Bill Brightmire Val Brighton Jon Brinlee Maudie Broach Jon Brocksmith Dana Brown Mark Brown Linda Browning Steve Brownlee Debbie Bruton Leonard Buchanan 144 . Seniors Bob Buckingham Joe Burcham Kay Burns vt G, if 3 il Ann Burns My Mac Butcher 9 MNW6-+wM.,,k. r 1,sm,1+3fw'ss'i ff: 'Qi my -sf,?sf5x K if ,,,,i 1. Senior board meetings were so interesting fone can tell by the alert looks on facesl that most representatives came every week, if for no- thing else than to read jokes and puns on the agenda supplied by the officers. ,,b,x 'hp' fi, is 'W fr.. A " -.pf ,V i ix f af 5 . -w , I' 'rv ff' f my Li rr r ' f ,mf eva f'-ar ,M til 3 , yl I' I7 g ,V f ' vt i 1 . . 1:3 . ,LT .1 we-.V j t W 41 , ,ala Mi - Q W ff .. s fx , . wu- Y-v pv- fare if 5 ,. i . ,, 2 wi. f V 4. -Ma ol' w K If X , y 1 if ' V, - 1, Z A S 1 , 0' A-J 0.5- 'nil -ev-, ajft 1" .4 , J t,jg-Hx t V .6 5 V 3 ,, ' 07 ff"f.' f rf 'ZA , V W Q W ' 13 4 ,no-iw fa ffl' Jeanne Butler Jim Byers Jody Cadenhead Don Cahill Cathy Caldwell Jeff Campbell Jennifer Carlisle Laura Carr Beth Carter Tammy Carter Roger Case Janis Casebolt Lexey Cavert Paul Chandler Hester Chaney Kim Christesson Brian Christman Cindi Claiborne Suzi Clark Missy Cohenour Seniors . 145 Danny Cohen Melody Cole Sheryl Collins Penny Collum Richard Connely Mark Conway Rob Conway Dan Cook Hazel Cooper Jim Cooper Peggy Cooper Valerie Cowell Denise Cox Sharie Cox Steve Crosslin Frank Dale Debi Daman Bette Davis Matt Davis Kathy Dean Ginny Deck Oakley Deisenroth 146 . Seniors Steve Dennis Tom Devlin LaDena Diedrich Carol Dillman David Dillon Bob Disney Joy Donovan 4 ff' 2 r K .Q .44-in 4 A Q X I C iiiiiii tttil 1 r , I 9 of Q7 if 'ff' fl is fu , " vs if g, X Qi' 2 ' liar X, J , X . .mtl 1. Colleges and universities advertised for students in room 30. its 1 152, -. Wa, , s w U 45 1 5 1 , 1: 'ig ll: I W , ii , i iv its 0' x w ...,, z '55 I' K E14 fl' 4 , , e . Ex xl 2. , 4 J K' N, I J 4,1 'fggfvp v .1 l V54 'n rv Y , . , l... Rosemary Dorman Brenda Dorris Darrie Dorris James Drew Frank Driscull Jim Duncan Mark Duncan Court Egger Edward Elder John Ernst Neal Eley Jim Estus Richard Evans Rhonda Fabes Linda Fanning Karen Farish Bill Farrell Mary Ann Farren Ginger Farthing Susie Fast Cathy Felts Paula Fenster Mitzi Ferguson Seniors .147 148 . Seniors Craig Ferris Sally Field Carol Findley Debbie Fischbein Leslie Foltz Vicki Ford Becky Foust James Fox Randy Francis Sally Frevert Margaret Fries Michelle Frost Janice Gasperino Joyce Gasperino Mark George Bonnie Gerber Elaine Gilliat James Gillispie Denny Gilmore Pat Glade Louis Gladfelter Kim Glazer ,., f 'J u , P S ff , .gs 'lv-......n V' Z e 'WWW 1 WW wif in l 1 1. How big actually is the head of an average senior? The tape measure never lies. 2. Covered with straw and look- ing as though he had lost something is Doug Korne, en- joying himself onthe Sr. class hay-ride. 3. Grabbing any chance they can to play football, are members of the Young Life team. , up .. A? ff y A"D A ' ' f'.ji17 1 !s li I ' ay 3 1 Y W' x n ,, J at v in we .. nm in 5 1 ,r J -1. X X-' V- x R l xxlm ,' Rx 44 X-.., .mums fb 2 a 2 QF c, 5 A 5 Q HM .qvrie i N, .yv 3 Diane Gleason "nf Mike Gleason 1. +2329 'K E rl or 2 5, A ff ' r 5? ' Gs 4 rf ' M is ,, W, sv 5, l. ' ra, g, , , X Xi" 1 ' r af ,Z I A. 1 ' - ,f -: f zo! : WLJ George Glenn Barbara Goldberg Sally Grabel Mike Gravitt Steve Gray David Green Helen Greene Lisa Greenstreet Jody Greenwood Sherri Griffin David Grimshaw Debbie Grimwood Greg Groom Diane Groth Alice Grubb Allen Grubb Cindy Hahn John Hallford Seniors . 149 What is thls'P A senior homeroom making paper flowers? Perhaps all spirit is not lost. Christie Hanagan David Hanover Sheila Hanson Mike Hardison Lorri Harper Chris Harris Les Harvey Jan Hashagen Jeff Hatcher Kim Hauger Russ Hawkins Mark Hawley Jim Heinlein Susie Heller Ann Helsley Kathy Hensley Linda Henson Elizabeth Herndon Rick Herron Renee Highfill Gary Hillman Bill Hinch Michelle Hinzman Steve Hixon Leslie Hooker Vickie Holcomb Steve Holtsclaw Dan Hooker Don Hoopert Randy Hostetler Dan Howe Condon Hughes Virginia Huie David Hunt Pam Hunt Jim Hunter Mary Hurn Jill Hutchison Scott Hutchison Mickey Jacobs Ray Jacobs Scott Jacobus Bill James Eddie James Ellen James Linda Jerome Tom Jerome Ann Jewell Dan Johnson Ronald Johnson Jim Johnston Robert Johnston Donna Jones James Jones Joel Jones Lee Jones Karen Jones Fiusselle Jones Vernon Jones Mike Keating Seniors a 151 152 Q Seniors Terry Keith Ken Kelly Vincent Kemendo Kathy Kerr Sandy Kidd Hugh Kierig Dina Kincaid Terri King Shelley Kinnear Tom Kirkpatrick Ruth Knighton Patricia Knoblock Doug Korne Susan Kraft Cheryl Kreisvett Mark Laird Martin Laird Jill Lalicker Bob LeBlanc Brian Lebold The astounding climb of the magic green liquid representing donations towards the band's trip to Wash ington catches the eye of Bob Bird on a leisurely morning stroll down the hall. ,faq Lisa Leikam Debbie Lewis Regina Lierly Denise Lincoln Judy Little Donna Losey Justin Lovelady Mark Lovern Mary Lowery Lisa Lucas Rhonda Luker Jean Lukowitch Jim McAnuIty Terry McGuire Kathleen McGu 2 Searchin for just the right college Rob Sparr looks through catalogs 3 omputerization disrupts the second hour trig class in the John McKinney Sandy McNeill Marsha McFiuiz Michael McUsic Dennis Mahin Daniel Martin Jan Martin Mindie Masek Patti Mauidin Lori Miller Mike Miller Mike Milier Mike Miller Betsy Mitchell Jay Moore Lynn Morgan Jerry Moskowitz Tom Munn Matt Murphy Craig Murray Cyndi Myrick Mike Nalley Susan Nanny ,- fm, 1 J View 4,,yy- m f 111, Qi ,. , ,fti 'U'-'Y' ,. . .A,.,A, , H f ur , Q-'Q f f fy V 15,414 1 ff I mtv' x 4 r it if . W fa 1' 1' Hr 'L as L 1, 1 ,pm , J" I WA 12 5' f L Q Q if Trying their best to convince Jerry Parker that he should purchase a green hat, are Trena Blackstock and Mary Lowery. Jim Nathan Judy Nelson Peter Nelson Steve Newcomb Ann Newton Bill Nilles Craig Noel Lorna Nunnely Bill Oden Danelle Osborn Joyce Parker LeAnn Parker Richard Parks Larry Patterson Russ Patterson Mark Payton Paula Peace Alan Peeples Vickie Pence Debby Perlich 156 - Seniors Terri Perrin Connie Peters Gerriann Pinion Jo Pitcher Chip Posner David Powell Janice Powell Shelley Quinn Tina Rauch Cathy Ray Debbie Rayburn Ginger Read Susan Redman Betsy Reed Betty Reed Alan Reeder Carl Reibert Linda Reid Ricky Rhine David Richards Julie Richards Zina Richardson Dick Ridley Peter Ridley Eileen Riggs Glenn Roach Glenda Roberts Allen Robinson Mark Robinson Mary Robohm Debi Rogers Paula Rodgers Chris Rodrigues Linda Rogers Pam Roper R gent- xx r iw, A W? 0 f 2. 71 0" ,M 5 :ass-s'.:,5'211 s..w,W ' H f--' Vs-:zr1Qs1:sxz1f11-rn: " rf , -W:--r ,,.. ,, .-f, if is I 5 X x i ,H gr 'W 1' A xp, 'tt 1 3 1 I 'fy X N' 1 ff ,lin f ,gy ,,.. . 1 --, it X 9 'E 7' I 'ir 1 .Ri A 1. Hard at work in the Student Congress office his Chris Spencer, Edison's nominee for the DAR Good Citizenship award. at-fx Madeline Ross Harry Rouse Sue Rucker Wayna Rumley Debbie Rush Pricilla Russell Keith Sackett Jeanne Sandschaper Susan Sark Sam Saunders Susan Sayles Sharon Schottel Emile Schuering Peggy Scott Barbara See Cheryl Shepard Man ry Short Lynn Shouse Grant Simmons Susie Singer Sharon Sipes Shelley Slagle Roxi Slemp Seniors - 157 Barbie Smith Kelly Smith Kipa Smith Susan Smith Suzanne Sparkman David Speegle Chris Spencer Tricia Stanford Bob Stayton David Steele Shelley Stephens Jane Stevens Nelson Stephenson Jayne Stoia Rick Stone 158 . Seniors Making a pitch for yet another money- raising product, Barton Torbert shows his enthusiasm for whatever it is. 0522 72. 'hw-wf Q--J s Flesling 'from having to get up so early, Sue Rucker talks with a friend before a morning meeting. T5 fs 'QR , -all 4 1 'Q' 5,1 -I "rg 'wif' ' 1 5 Phyllis St. Pierre Denny Strickland Gail Strickland Jeanne Sturner Richard Stutsman LaNell Svoboda Janet Sweeny Leah Tan kersly Anthony Terhorst Sheldon Terning Charles Teter Mark Teter Linda Thomas Peggy Thomas Tim Thomas Gary Thompson Julia Thompson Nancy Thompson Cindy Tidwell Sharlene Todd Barby Tomer Barton Torbert Norman Tracy Pam Tripp Frances Turner Mary Turner Seniors 159 Mark Twyman Pam Vesley Bob Volpe Mark Wagor Gina Wahl Sarah Wallace Sharon Ward H.B. Warren Mike Weaver Julie Webb Terri Webb Robert Weckstein Roxanne Weir Randy West Pamela White Sheryl White Betsy Whitmore Deena Wickersh am Betsy Wilhoit Jan Wilkerson With only minutes to spare, Debbie Bruton furiously works to mee deadline for one of the many required term papers. Jw L km. 4""""7' 5 if 1 the - --iq.. sg -,,4,'q X1 K .Salk ""? jg s M.. . V. x . X f Qs 5 1 '4' f' 'jk' Y 9 k W -Q 1W? ' Displaying typical junior genious, Mark Fogley plugs himself into a T.V. camera, aided by his more mature and senior partner, Don Hoopert. '79 JV? Carol Wilkins Bruce Williams Evelyn Williams Jim Williams Cyndy Willis Frank Wilson Mike Wilson Jennifer Wise Dan Withington Dan Wood Don Wood Linda Wood Patty Wood Rieger Wood Kelley Woods Randy Wright Angela Young Dana Young Pete Young Susan Young Carol Zayat Luis Zea Seniors .161 1, Russ Hawkins and Rosemary Dorman confer in the hall. 3. A single student takes advantage of the peaceful and vacant library. 5. Evidence of senior slump shows on the faces of these enraptured history "enthusiasts" 162 Q Seniors f W N. 14,1 S en I o r I t I S grew to epidemic proportions among the class of '73, What were the symptoms? Trying to unleash the spirit hidden in our little toes, being 12 Trigonometry assignments behind, and showing up for chemistry on the day we floated. The diagnosis for this disease Senior Slump. There was only one sure cure: graduation. Ji, fm Seniors . 163 WHAT WILL I AFTER GRADUATE? 164 Q Seniors """i.. L -Al ll-ax 'KZ Seniors . 16 Middle of road is supposed to be the position of Juniors - vvorkdays, mixers, Western Day- vve worked hard to accomplish our goals. Our ideas vvere not novel or brainstorming, but vve'll leave that up to scientists and inventions - as vve climb up the road of success. luasausaaaaas 3. The members of the 1973 Junior Board, who strive for more class spirit, include: Row 1 tfrontl, Meg Leonard, Gay Ronck, Ann Oliver, Carol Herndon, Debbie Davis, Shelagh Dorman, Deana Johnson, Julie Price, Sally McGoftin, Julie Watt, Wendy Walters, Betsy Warner, Sara Ross, Cathy Ford, Melissa Kallay, Nancy Stock, Alene Marcum. Row 2, Jeri Sims, Carol Coover, Jill Clements, Meredith Hames, Libby 166 . Junior Board Bowman, Valerie Trussel, Madeline Kirkpatrick, Fred Gerchman. Row 3, Clay Sublett. Carpenter, Karen Barber, Steve Maley, Shelly Whitlow, Claudette Rogers, Doug Hartson, Steve Wagner, Pam Reeves, Darcy Reynolds, Laura Mark Ronck. John Mills, Larry Cleveland. Row 4, 2 fin r 1. The Junior Board officers are: Deana Johnson, president, Julie Price, social chairman, Steve Maley, vice president, Karen Barber, secretary, and John Mills, treasurer. 2. Wide awake and attentive are John Mills, Steve Maley, Jeanie Enlow, Jeri Sims, Meg Leonard and Carol Clark. at a weekly Junior Board meeting. 4. Junior class sponsor, Richard Curby, rides into another great year. Junior Board . 167 Randy Aab Denis Abercrombie Randy Adams Terryll Addison David Alaback Mike Alexander Chip Allison Julie Altman Ava Ames Dara Andress Dennis Arminger Bill Arminger Chuck Arney Tom Bagley Belinda Baker Frank Baker Sally Baker Tom Baker Karen Barber Curtis Barnes Lisa Barry Sherry Bass Carol Bays Mike Beaudoin Linda Beeson Judy Bender Lori Benway Greg Bertrang Susan Beverly Karen Bitzer Florie Blaine Allen Blair Mike Bonning Robert Borochoff Bill Bowen Eva Bowen Kathy Bowen Libby Bowman Mary Brannin Paul Breeding Phil Brewer 168 .Juniors wwf 1. Paying attention in class is Joe Blow, a star football player, who has an inflated ego 1 t. Bret McCormick manages to consume his 19th coney. . f -V P, " fr David Brigham , 1 4 5' Marla Brogdon . Jr Tom Burke R Y Af .11 ,i David Busch Y A ft i .5 Q Jim Bush -A ...Q . 1 care, ff' ,f 5, fa 5 f , 1 A " fx- : .5 , ' A at Q , ' W r 1, J -wr y J E Q W., KY' -J , NV A , K, W 1 . 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A I r J f i fr ' , R Q 1 A , i it f , xg ff v , ag. be in n .H f A ,A , "' s all ' 'riffs 4 ,f- ae- nd ,t:,V -5, 1 JA 'J - .4 - ,. l - ,, I 1, X , , ' D, 2 Richard Butler Becky Byrd Kevin Caldwell Jim Campbell Rita Caplanis Bob Card Vickie Carll Valerie Carpenter Lisa Carroll Brenda Casey Pam Cathey Diane Chapin Kim Chestnut Jane Clark Pam Clark Paul Clark Kenneta Claxton Jill Clements Larry Cleveland Rosemary Cline Sandi Coe Mike Cohen Rusty Coleman Barbara Coley Ken Collier Charisse Convertin Carol Coover Deni Cox Theresa Coy Wendy Crager Doug Crawford Randy Crews Ted Daniels Steven David Debbie Davis Kim Davis Joe DeLozier Dean DeMerritt David DeSl1ane Debbie DeVasher Robin Dewey Charlotte Doak Shelagh Dorman Carolyn Dornus Jenny Duca O Juniors . 169 Howard Duck DeDe Duffield Robert Dunham Scott Dunitz Susan Dunlap Ron Dunton Mike Durbin Bill Effron Royce Ellington Steve Elliott Diane Emery Randy English Jeannie Enlow Jim Ernst Kay Ethridge Marsha Evans Liz Exon Robert Fabes Bill Farrier Sandra Farrill Terri Fay Glenda Feller Connie Fewell Janet Fewell Danny Finnerty Jan First Seth Flygeus Mark Fogley Jeff Fontaine Cathy Ford Tony Ford Steve Foust Suzanne Franklin David Frazier Alexia Fredicks Julia Froeb Bill Funkhouser Larry Fuss Marie Gabriel Fred Gallup Cory Gamble Mike Garrick Keena Geltz Lee George Laura Gerchman Ellen Gernhardt Kay Gibbs Mike Gladson Joe Glass Robert Glass Scott Gleason Nancy Goble Kevin Gould Marcy Gragg 170 Q Juniors me Wx. wil' 1. Displaying his salesmanship ability at a local Christmas tree lot Mark Williams stresses the seasons spirit. 2. Trying to hide her bright and shining face from the camera, Deni Cox, proudly wears a green and white derby purchased from the Pep Club. 2 2? I . f J ,,y, T eiiiee yyhi ' " "'f' " i ' i q, ' T Q- Hail ,T X u T 'F i - ,, ihriei X2 , A J C54 f at X ' it W A ,' f fn' 'V -L .fl of W X ' -' .f V I 'ff' ' Z' l ' Lkkk kVV,, I iw X' 'il I 2 -f I W A ,, Nay' ' ' T. .,', , ' E22 tiff 5. ft Aff: ' -a sail - f L if n fini--.Stk ...M f 4 55- 'A hi A 44? '?' -Q ' ' ' i' ' .W f f sv- .,f , .:,, fx I ' , 4 A U 'wwf f -r , - T , yy y i ff . . l , 1 i'i" ' yww ,. L. L W A? J "' 'S V. aj ' A I' - 1 .J A nf' F ' -A . 'V ...,, W ' "" J ' ? if , '7 fr' Vgg',r , ,V ' ' I5 , ' f ' I' 5" 'YL ' A 'I i Y tl ggi' I - I f vi ,JA G fl 'if ' f to t i 1 l. .t fe l ' AJ .4 7 A f ' w i N. K ' . ' Avi?" .- 4 if Q new 0 2- iff fe - J Q ' Q ' G. 1 'fr , ri --f if: S L 2 A gi v .. 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' fr at if ' f" f' A. 775' ' X fi , 1 in I I ml '4' ' h 7 Nt 4:2 1 ' . l I K I V I A A mf' ,1 , 5 I 'J ly I -1 'F A 4 ff if 5 M John Graham Ronnie Graham Susan Grayson John Green Mitch Griffin Tom Grigg Paul Grossbard Steve Guard Rod Gwartney Jeff Hale Marcia Hall Sharon Hallman Meredith Hames Culleen Haney Tim Hannis Annette Hansen Terry Hargis Dean Harms Lea Harp Doug Hartson Bob Hebard Mike Henry Pat Henry Phil Hensley Carol Herndon Dayne Herndon Mij Hettinger Earlene Hill Susie Hilmer Cynthia Hilst Bob Hiltz Mary Hoff Jim Holder Mike Hollifield Tim Holt Mark Hood Liz Horowitz Doug Hott John Hovis Pam Hubbard Clint Hughes Sheryal Hull Howard Hultgren Mike Humphries Jeff Hunt Juniors .171 2: Participating in their Gothic Literature class are Peter Robertson and Richard onnell Steve Kirkpatrick Craig Kitch Phil Klappenbach Robin Klar Walter Kleinecke Kenny Koch Jill Kongabel Debbie Kuske Robert Labarthe Steve Lackey Mark Landrum Deanna Larsen Karen Laughlin Gordon Law Fred Lee Gary Lee Meg Leonard Chuck Lewis Jayne Liddy Susie Lipe Jennifer Little Linda Littlejonn Steve Loftin Cindy Logsdon Tina Lorance Karen Lovellette Denise Lowe 172 . 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Mr. Sanderson, along with some of his Junior homeroom members, participate in the Canned Foods Drive in November. ...Q ,5 :ir Q P5 ,1- X 'zz 'fs V, , ,wi W' ,lg Chris Loyd Mark Lubin Leslie Lucas Rich Lucy Claudia Lukken Roger Lumley Pam MacArthur Amy MacDonald Nancy Magnusson Steve Maley Aileen Marcum Orena Marler John Martin Paula Mashburn Niles Masters Lisa Mathers Stephan: McAfee Judy McClendon Bret McCormick Sally McGolfin Randy Mclntosch Scott McKeague Dena McKee Marie McLaughlin Mike McMahon John McNeiIance Janie McNeill Vickie Meek Chris Mehl John Meyer Jim Meyerhoff Mary Meyers John Miller Georgia Milllkin John Mills Karl Mindeman Tranny Mitchell fl Flin if-4-A Lisa Mobley r ,, M Q, David Moore gil L A fl J A In 4 M Greg Moore - -4 A 'w i - - V' Jim Moore ' . im 7 2 Sharon Moore Juniors - 173 Cindy Morgan Wyatt Morgan Greg Myles Vicky Neck Jack Neely Hiedi Nelson Jill Nelson Greg Neville Becky Nichols Blake Nickolson John Nielson Madeline Niemi Marcheta Nix Nancy Noel Martin Norris Patty Novak Karen Noyse Ann Oliver Sharon O'MeiIia Trina Orne Carrie Palmer Mary Parrish Sandy Parrish Mark Pate April Patterson Sherrie Patton Tim Peters Greg Phillips Jayne Phillips Kim Phillips Regina Pickering Jeff Pilkington David Pitcher Pat Plumb 174 . Juniors Q 1, Jeff Fontaine and Gerry Parker work diligently, memorizing their lines for a play. fi f fl: ee-5 hw Q 1 f i f it P ,, ,mn .A ,. EJ .-AY., 1-e x " l -A . E i i Q i , , V 'R lv xi" J 4, 3 K f Y ,. -'E -:wait . ...v 4.25, i .Tl .W I ft , ,V 41 ig t J . 5 J t l i. A if ,W ," ,fi,, EA ly k ' I R' 1 2 Lf, J J f 1 mi, i ,,,Q,. 4? 7 K ,LV N J I M., K' 5' M' 1 My J or J J TW 2 il I za X I .vez Je J J J W pk ' P: of Ja J ,Q rt gs J JJ- , Y f 5 V J: -f .rl J A 4 S, . f S ,, ff- Q, Lili 'if ii. J J' 35' 'J :ii -A -it '4 11 A-' 1 -S J J f -ff-, J he-H ff--if A f Q i ia 1 i i Af. f 2 Jennifer Tanner and Patrick Henry, stagecraft students, take a rest after working on props. fi HW 'Q 152 Q ' r . 1 UML 5 ' Ld,-5? PM za tk 5 K 4, gr, A dw 1 rf J 4 " 2 .J 'L ff an t 1 'ff 5 i I r"' f ' ' I . at , , . ,Q I , VN t V+ , , , A1 vw I7 ia , 1 ' ff' 'Q x 5, X , T1 r I I af .ura ,J ,np ,Q X .1 ,,! .. ft J. f J. so P P A 'sill ar, J . , L if "3 fx' 1 x a K Q f R., .A X T2 1 -If -4: .. V l 1 H1 fl f-fr -er- ni- rt tif-'f P fr A f ft it A to 'W , .152 Q, ,, ,l Q M A ' iff Q af X 4 Il' 4 Vicky Pollok Cindy Polson Mimi Pommier Phil Pool Janette Pope Paul Potter Tora Powell Becky Powers Julie Price Anne Pundt Terry Putnam Pat Quinn Conne Rausch Rob Rausch Julie Rawdon Becki Redding Lillie Redtearn Larry Reeves Pam Reeves Darcy Reynolds John Richards Mary Richey Kathy Riley Pat Roberts Randy Roberts Wayne Roberts Peter Robertson Vallerie Roesler Claudette Rogers Frank Rombach Gay Ronck Mark Ronck Sara Ross Sandy Rusher Eileen Rutledge David Sanders Russell Sandschaper Marsha Sawyer Gretchen Scheurich Randy Schreir Lorraine Schuering Darla Scott Larry Seale Stephani Seaman Kathy Seigal John Sellers Bret Shellhorn Rex Shelton Juniors .175 Lynn Shepherd Sue Sheriff Debbie Shewmaker Susie Shoemaker Carl Simons Jeri Sims Jon Slankard Kevin Slater Kim Slater Jim Smart Belinda Smith Beth Smith Cindy Snyder Jefl Spence Mike Springer Richard Stagner Susan Staires Lani Stallcup Jim Steel Robert Steel Mary Steiner Steve Steiner Janis Steward Nancy Stock Elizabeth Stone Maureen Story Chip Stratton Glenda Stricklin Shirley Suber Clay Sublett Mike Summers Jeff Swatford Janis Swindle Mark Tabor Jenny Tanner Wanda Taylor 176 . Juniors , fa I 7 Z ' ' ' 'fav 'f FQ f Y' . 1 A- . ,V , -I we it 1 - -, 2 -Q K '- Yr. 1 'T " 5 T 1' X " , 3 'Q ' 'T We fa f I .i 4 ,i , y 2 4 E , 4. mv 4 . R ,A .. , T it are , vat ' r' t A , L 3 y i 1 i A A ak f K ,'r,,g, 2 r-2-l I I V -. 1 A K, . ' K , ,f ' XX . W-JY :M K? s W 7. .A -fl' X 7 ti 'N 1 '-'L in Q ff' , 'A " 5 Q k is X . we 3 I rr 4- wg T i f -1 . .rw ' - 13 ,Q -J V f g ef Nr I f-ug., ,hi N lm- ,M 1. Midge Hettinger, typing hurriedly, is forced to erase another careless mistake. 1 A Gail Temple Charles Terrill Sue Tessier Cindy Thomas George Thomas Mary Thomas Dina Thompson Don Thompson Keith Thompson Cecilia Tillman Leah Toomey Cindy Travis --. M. X , 1 , T' qs: ' V. . 4 if - 1 UM' F145 J a,,.'f:g'f N 2. Kay Gibbs dramatically tells an everyday occurrence to her friends in the caf- eteria. ,fir vb 'bf am 'nr 'fu XMI ,.,.: f5 L I IVR- Q fi, 1 1 3 ,.- 7 Q42 If 523 ia 'I 4 J l . i f We J W If 1 ,..-an In vw , f l, w get :gi-:, .V -at my 3 inf- . Q av , J ,1 F , ,',, M, M 7 X weszm, .ll be gf Qi G I Q3 QL. t. ,,," 5,3 had v-av ,- 'mfr , 'Q7 155,41 , V cg I ,4 rv 5,"3L" T . 7 llcl V T . f. ,Q ., AV ,W , " H , A K. Pam Treece Debbie Trilley John Trinder Marsha Trowbridge Shelly Trussel Peggy Tschappat Pam Tudor Edward Tuell Dale Twilley Lynn Vale Tracy Vanderburg Gary VanSchoyck Ken Vire Roger Voeller Fred Wagner Randy Waldrup Mark Walker Wendy Walters Paula Warne Betsy Warner Harlen Washburn Debbie Washington Laklta Waterdown Julie Watt Susie Webb Robert Weedn Tresa Weir Lynn West Lynn Westfall Donalu Wheeler Cathy Whisenhunt Kenny White Madalene Whitlow Mike Widmar Cheryl Wies Mike Wiggins Mike Wilcox Steve Wilde Susan Wilde Mike Wilhite John Wilkerson Jeannie Willey Kathy Williams Ken Williams Kristi Williams Lance Williams Mark Williams Reggie Williams Robin Williams Doug Wilmott Chuck Witt John Wright Mary Wuenschel Wynn Zimmerman Juniors . 177 178 . Juniors .xi Each of us has the ability to create a picture so vivid that it cannot be painted on canvas We can mold, shape and form imag so intense GS it cannot be surpassed by a sculptor. Our faces and bodies are our toolsg our emotions and feelings are the intangible colors we as artists feel. Together we create the simple beauty of the art of communication. Juniors .179 if -lik 1. Helping with Kolachi sales are Susan Ulman and Sheryl Daetwyler. 2. The Sophomore Board officers are Brenda Barnes, treasurer, Renee Parker, vice president, Lucien Rouse, president, Susan Cleveland, secretary, Ramona Deal, social chairman. 3. Sponsor, Jim Womack. 180 . Sophomore Board ,Q .xy ,i fx ,wi . F, .Elf 9 ' Wi? af.. 2 H wr 1 . as X we J.,X - , I 'Gr -,skis Q S3 E s .... Nz V K 6 k..,,.. 3.. .ui :usages-s - M-- - . ,-ss -1,1 ,s ' rg 1-f ,tim-Qe.z2'.'.' -2 filifl .- wi 2 Kiddie Day- we loved it. grow out of it, Class of '75. ,a . ,Q Q Sophs have spirit an old theme for new faces - we unleashed our new found enthusiasm on Kolachi sales, the Sock Hop, Though they said we would the wise will grow with it - 4 ., A' 4. The members of the 1973 Sophomore Board, who work hard for suc- cess, include: Flow 1 tfronty, Leslie Beshara, Margaret McLean, Suzanne Cox, Kathleen lVlcGuire, Bonnie Hardy, Glenda Alderman, Ken Crouch, Karen Graham, Busty Farthing, Joe Teter. Flow 2, Kathleen Miller, Susan Ulman, Brenda Barnes, Ramona Deal, Pat Matthews, Diane Todd, Pam Laurence, Laura Summers, Kim Brock. Row 3, Steve Waller, John Thomeyer, Steve Houser, Steve Kreidley, Renee Parker, Lucien Rouse, John Thompson, Sonja Gibson, Daphne Davidson, Donna Peyton. Sophomore Board . 181 Jeff Adams Susan Adkins Linda Alfonso Glenn Albertson Glenda Aderman Barbara Allen Brian Allen Annette Anderson Betsy Anderson Karen Anderson David Anson Leslie Ansteth Mark Ashby June Aull Loretta Avery Elizabeth Baker Flebecca Ball Lou Ann Barlow "' - W.., E VW: 5 . ' ' 1' 44' rfffiizsi 'f "" , . 'A ,W 1 zz 'fri' - r " ' ' W - ,, A A '--', ' ev K l f 1 l- Q. W' i'll X , 2 'S f f- "5 ' ,"'L 5 r - ,, f " "' 'Q' , 2 xiii: ' " Ng' , 4 5, 'Wt L , VV,,, KVV, , ,ry C K 4 , 2 i WV ,wk ,vu g , 5, A , 1. A J , W , , M an , , fx eff ' Zi " -- g f wi 'P i " ' 'fell ' 2 sr i NV ll i Ca , JA M 4 , 5 A . A ' ' , users "' ,, . 'Ilia fwfr' .' " r ' , 1-53344 w wf 1 ,, 2 'l 'Z' ' JU ' . "" ' v' f, ' if ,gs , W fn . 2 fm ' - . wa Q4 , Am V L I 1 ,N x 1 In .,j . JV I 7, F' H A' mef fiff G? '1 , 'lf .iaipfivzf Wm A xv f at ex lil' 1: 4x lm? 4 f Brenda Barnes Chris Bates David Bean Eileen Bender Dennis Bernier Tonya Betche Judith Billington Jeff Blacet Mike Black Teresa Black Janet Blair Mary Bloomfield Paula Bocox Ted Bodley Stacey Bowen Jeff Boyd Debbie Bradley Tim Branstetter 182 Q Sophomores rv 'wa .Jr Leslie Brashear Mark Breece Carrie Bridges Nancy Briggs Robert Briggs John Brigham Shannan Brinson Jeff Britton Kim Brock Thersa Brooks Jeff Brown William Brown Lisa Bryan Kim Bryant Jamie Buckley Timothy Bundus Larry Burgess Karen Burke Jayme Burkett Debroah Caldwell Tracee Call Sharon Calvin Kim Camblin Joyce Carlson Finton Carpenter 1. Taking advantage of her spare time, Janie Davis studies in the foyer. 2. Many students, including sophomores, have become bike riding enthusiasts. i W ei L me .10 we 'J- 1. 5,51 1 ,...,,5,,,""fx+ 5, . tt, - 5 e 1' P: ,'. .2 . N t .iv V 1 5 n . 1 t .5- -fz te- -a dn. .,. 'l'k-fvf' t- ' ,Eh ,IL ,.. 4 , 5 i -,y 4, 1' f w Kim Carpenter ' -ga, J 'V ' . Susan Carter ,- I 7 V :gal K 4 W Q M sf- 5'-ri N, t X- 2 Jame-S Cash f t A ' ' A Matt Cates M my My W A Brian Cheek "' 'W' J- 5 ' Jeri Childress i rti, Nl J ,Mi .+L n j Q Debbie Clark P ff 1 , f - e 2 951? 'B xii, . V Mary Clark 1, , ,gi , N ef, W, , N, r, gre . 6, .-1, ,X i,t' -f-t Sharon Clark , ' , , '7 t I i'r , ' 'i '- 'I ' V s ig "fi W Craig Cleveland A ' i - - 5 , iw . 5 "" ' , Susan Cleveland V ' it , -. Zft f' aim - ' I QI-A t. Sophomores e 183 1, Working industriously is Bobby Fries, trying to master the techniques used in drafting. S , f -4 yea, , -Ng! ,.,, W ,f ,,,. . wa John Dale Jerry Daman Tom Daman Pat Daniel Daphne Davidson Charles Chris Debra Janie Davis Davis Davis Davis Q., ,,., 'I 184 . Sophomore-s ,Wu-f WW ,,vv-"f""w' 12- .n- f i y V f 1 y, TF fy f E in I W f 1. A x Terry Cleveland Vicki Cline Lea Coleman Pam Collins Cyndy Coman Scott Connely Brenda Corgill Greg Courtney Terry Cowles Suzanne Cox Camille Cratch Ken Crouch James Crowder Ralph Crum Audry Cummings Debra Cunningham Tim Cushing Cheryl Daetwyler A' Aid C H4 Ciffj Jw - v f A A AJ ." w.v, A bg M' J i K1 ' 1 ' l "Z7 Q. ,v ,ww 1. Standing around the jukebox are sophomores, trying to select music at the Sock Hop. 2. To get into the mood of the Sock Hop, Sally Hall dresses in the style of the 1950's. -' o l ' 252, ,ig V ' " .al ml ,- for ,"' 3- , W, ,fire .. .Vgk 45 ga , ' - , il f ' 'U , l -lr ' ' M' , Q, 1 ' 'K W x ,1 ,, ai' 'sw if ' A , ,V- I x , l , VN' ' V ' r , 'W l X I ll f V i A- , - , H ,f ,,,, V nf-M-..- f -, l 4, , 'ww,f'z,ysl, ' 153' , ' -,ii K L F 5, f ' . , i 4 ' , i Q Q . 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'K i, is g 'W 'Q 5 7, f l ' gs d'tsst- 1 .X l l ' Sherry Egger Dale Elder Forrest Elliott Kirk Elliott Jeff Elson Teresa Ellsworth Cecelia Emanuel Larry Emmons Carletta Epps Erin Erskine Ann Ewing Andrea Farr Greg Farrar Charles Farthlng Carolyn Fenn Randy Feller Conner Fergus Dorea Ferris Larry Fiddler Jo Fielding Ramona Deal Mark Dean Debra Daer Dru Deardorlf Chris Delong Stephanie Delong John Dickson George Dietleln John Donovan Randy Dorris Scotti Drummond Clark Dutfe Bobby Duncan Catherine Durbin Denise Duvall David Dyer Michael Eaves Sophomores .185 Mark Flood Johnny Foster Joni Foster Emily Fox Frederick Fraley Steve Frampton Morgan Franklin Bob Fries Edith Froeb Julie Fry Dan Fuhrrnann Steve Funk Jayne Gabriel Terry Gallimore Scott Gardner Jan Garoutte Bruce Garrick Brian Gasperino Derek Gates Tracey Gates Leslee George Lynne George Sonja Gibson Jackie Giesen Robin Gilbert Vicki Goeppinger David Goins Charles Gomez Karen Graham Cynthia Grahame Gertrude Gray Karen Gray Leslie Grayson Lantze Green Greg Griffin Cynthia Hail DeAnn Hall Sally Hall David Hamilton Flonald Hamlin Barbara Haney Mark Haralson Robbie Harber Andrea Harbert Bonnie Hardy Victoria Harris Terry Harvey Jim Hawkins 186 0 Sophomores 'vi' sp E.-9 x A X I r"'i57le , , xg , iris 4 4 3, K x if 9 J lt 1 T i l we P x N F ffilatfi l . if ff-r jg . ' f " P, ,tw f.,' ,V if V , K 1. Hoping she will not be late for class, Leslie Brashear takes time out for a coke. 2, Enjoying a game of checkers is Kevin Hulett and Chris Bates. 1 J 'a 1' t g X' Q ' 0 g 2 5 , so 1 1 1. g I' : 'I - 0 1 t 1 X L I A ' ' 1 5 8 ' I I f 'Q .0 lr a 5 s 5 , is, , I Q o Q 1 . .s ' f K S 4 ,Q 1 ' A x 4, 'ft t y Q , N ' fi- . 3. s fs , 1g+Q-251' " : . 1. 5 sg W 4' : I , o -s 'C f, . U K' x :: ' I 5 .- - . . S x 4 : " . we r 9-1 . l .H 89 , l rf Q l .ar ,. :two if x William Hawkins Tim Hayes John Heath John Henshaw Weston Henson Linda Herzfeld Sharon Hill Margaret Hilmer Stacy Hocker Joe Hoffman Ruth Holloway Lisa Holt Diane Holtzapple Jerry Hooper! Steve Hopper Michael Horton Deborah Hostetler Steven Howser Kevin Hulett Alfred Hulse Paula Hunt Charles Hurlburt Ralph Irving Lorre Jackson Margaret Jackson Pamela Jenni Ward Jewell Mike Johnson Robert Johnson Sharon Johnson Donna Jones Martha Jones Troy Jones Vicki Jones Debbie Keating Mike Keech Marna Kerr Jayne Ketcham Roger Kidson Duana Kitch Joan Knott David Kraemer Steven Kreidler Karen Kriegsman Nancy Krueger Sophomores . 187 Carol Kurtz Lindsay Laird Mike Laird Carroll Lambert Jack Lander Jack LaFlue Pamela Laurence Russell Lawson James Ledterman Johnny Ledterrnan Kari Leighton Bruce Leland Bryan Leland Jodi Levine Jeff Levinson Michael Lilly Alan Lobaugh Mark Loftin Harold Lofton Michele Logsdon Steven Long Joy Lorance Susan Loyd Russell Ludman Cathey Mann Diana Markert Mark Marson Lyndon Massa Mike Martin Lyndon Massa George Matson Jeffrey Matthews Pat Matthews Susan Matuszak 188 - Sophomores 1. Sophomores get together in Journalism to share their ideas. 2. The spirit of sophomores Jo Fielding, Pam Laurence and Cheryl aetwyler has increased since the sale of Class of '75 T-shirts. ssrttai l t , L gsm? ' 11- Ss 0 J v ' -46: We 't .. ,,,, , Greg Maxey an 1 f .-... Q 5 J fe, i ,1 ' .1 3 Tina Maxwell 1 K, i . .L x. .Ax , gi, L Melane McAfee 4 i a McArthur F? 3' Q ,gy , ,ff 1 , ,,, Maria McArthur i iiil 1 ,V if . X Suzie McClendon 11, , . 7 V, A , -4 ' Curt McCormick e Patricia McCune Belinda McDonald Martell McDougal Kathleen McGuire John McKay Sandra Mclntosh Margaret McLean David McMahon Claire McNearney Cynthia McNeilance Don McUsic Carol Miller John Miller Kathleen Miller Marijane Miller Monica Miller Valerie Miller Janice Mims Cindy Miron Dean Mitchell Paula Moellers John Monnet Robert Monnet Carolyn Moore Maureen Moore Diane Moran Brent Morse Sophomores Q 189 Harriet Moskowitz Carol Munn Kevin Murray Jeff Nalman Kristy Neely James Newcomb Deborah Norman Patrick Norton Mark Oberholtz Steven O'Brien Randa Oram Connie Organ Kathleen Orthweln Steve Owens John Oxiord Michael Palovik Jan Parham Jay Paris Debra Parker Janet Parker Jerald Parker Renee Parker Richard Parker Debbie Parks Melanie Parks Teresa Patrick Dana Patterson Richard Pearson Steve Pence Pamela Perlich Mary Peters Donna Peyton Karen Phillips Linda Phillips Beckie Pingrey Paul Pinkosky Richard Plank Lizabeth Plumb Steve Pollok Victor Poole Nancy Porter Michael Potter Karen Pracheil Kelli Quinn Debbi Ratliff Ann Read Leslie Reams .Joan Reidy Lori Reitz Luz Remington 190 . Sophomores gn- mf 's f"? f ' ' i YH ao- .4 fxir Lawrence Schreier Tom Remington 0 " Tulto Remington Lisa Remy Jana Richardson Dani Riddle Joanne Radley Nancy Riggs Scott Ritter Linda Robbins Janet Robertson Phillip Ross Lucien Rouse Linda Routh William Royce Sonya Saffa Suzanne St. Pierre Andrea Sandel Pamela Sanders Susan Sanders Jack Santee Steven Schafer Steve Schilling Jariel Schmidt vw Jeanne Schmidt ,Au- QQ Marisa Schuler William Schultheis Joel Scott Penny Scott Kathey Sheffield '37 Stephen Sheffield Rebecca Shields Sharon Shockey 12" Q ,-. -ZA? W I Kevin Short Chris Shriver Daniel Sieler Linda Simpson Todd Srpes Ann Sisemore Rebecca Skinner Karen Slate Glen Sloan Cathey Smith Craig Smith David Smith , ,ff 1. Sophomores quickly learn the inconvenience of trying to leave the parking lot after school. 2. Sophomore, Gilbert Frost, works on an experiment in his chemistry class. Sophomores Q 191 f ,g.fm s .4 95, 2: 353 Y , 1 'if t' ggi 5, , 6 455 Q Vu- V as , , H .1 1 Nm-W n -2 H , 4 I 'T k Vg, A ry 7 -s A f Randal! Strozler Gina Stricklin Carol Studenmund Elizabeth Swafford James Swindell Rrchard Swyden Tum Swyden Debbie Sylvan 'V ff f--. J ,f.g,4rz, w' ' "' 'V To L 5 If . x 'hr , 6 E I9 Cynthla Tankersley Chrls Tarbel Flobert Tattershall Scott Telford Brian Terhorst Lewls Terrill Joe Teter Duane Theoclorelos John Thomeyer John Thompson 1 we Robin Thompson Duane Todd Eva Todhunter Marc Tollver Dlane Toomey "1 l .Mfrs nw il Bruce Townsend Linda Travis Ginger Trinder Sara Trotter Pattl Tuck Chrlstlna Turner Cindy Turney Mark Turney Lynn Twyman Susan Ulman Susan Vammem Charles Vestey Carolyn Vire Robert Voeller Llnda Wakely Roger Waldrup Kathy Walker Samuel Walker William Walker Stephen Waller Robert Walters Joe Wanenmacher Deborah Ward Glna Washburn Jon: Weaver Kelvln Webster Laurence Wecksteln Sophomores . 193 wi...- nf.- -.- N 1, Trying to put sophomore, Gerry Parker, in a locker is Charlie Vestey. 1 i 3 --.aw . Alice Wright John Wuenschel Rhonda Yarbrough Cindy Janet Janice Mary Vernlce Young Young Young Young Young Janet Zwahien 194 . Sophornores -o J' x,,, kia Timothy Weedn Robert Weisman Becky White Gail White Carolyn Whitecotton Chad Whitten Gregory Widdicombe Jessica Wilkerson Christina Williams Cole Williams Michael Williams Roger Williams Terry Williams Elizabeth Wilson Jetlrey Wilson Joyce Wilson Paul Wilson Peter Wilson Donna Winford Melissa Wing Klrk Winn Douglas Witt Linda Witt Sara Womble Druce Wood Jeffrey Wood William Wood Qt 'R- , 1 4' we ew -.5 .fb rv 'll' gr- if 4- 3 ,. gn F-13 E w X .- 41 4 M-mwmsfsfv M1 'U ., , K V 3' 9 S , -,,,. , 4, . , ,,,, .L M -fbf ' ::,1m,., ... f- f , f 1" ,f' -4 "'- i - f . A K dh - , w ma-f , , . 4 , ,, ,, My " If f ,g ... dw.. .1 X Wifi' . -- .,-. . , , X . , .. ,. MN, ,- WMAMWKW F ,M MW, , , . L V -- V:1-,,W,,,1-.g1:i..gm,,-1uf. - V ' V Jffxfzfafsefqwfffm.,"lx N ,,,,.,,,. ,. ,. ,,,.W,,W V ww ,Vw M ,, .Q-naw, tm H ' gxf-qgffwy Sophomores . 195 1 'sai- We prepared ourselves to be able to communicate with the world around us Expressing ourselves - sometimes easy, other times hard. We learned that- a penny for one's thoughts was a small price to pay for such a valuable return. We asked ourselves what this year has given usg What have we given it -- We realize the important value of communication, not only is it the beginning of understanding, it is the key that unlocks the door to our feelings. .ls It 4 my fi r . . i L V ' . . ,r','. if: I. ,Aa . V' ' in ' fear .Q M 'sly ' ' '41a5QTf. u'v-:J Y 55. Q L ,S sq' Airway 3 'EB' 'P ' Mis!! 'lit L' In -.:Q,rv':9Q Y ' 1-5.34 l 614- 5,94 -A " S li J PIT, Q',:,,, ,1.:. f L ft 1 f Ri i' -Q s I Z K. 1114. -av .. ff Q, ' "'e-2.4" JL I."' ' 4 w- "' x 1 I Q. -' 0 's' 4' ' . X 1 2-A, qs . Hinkel, Ables, Jennye 124 Basham, James 101, 128 Benson, Sandra 12, 14, 127 Blake, Orlene 125 Bolt, Ruth 125 Brill, Diane 86, 135 Brown, Josephine 132 Burket, Barbara 82, 138 Butts, John 124 Casey, Wendell 132 Castelberry, Sally 127 Clark, Tom 139 Cox, Richard 122, 123 Crowell, Dave 139 Curby, Richard 19, 130, 166 DeLay, Bethel 139 Dobelbower, Jack 130, 141 Driver, Melvin 90, 113, 130 Duecker, Otto 139 Elliott, Fran 125 Evelyn, Jean 135 Farrimond, Meredith 125 Ferguson, Dale 133 Fleming, Joe 90, 95 Fryar, Carol 126 Gates, Eddie Faye 134 George, Lorena 125 Gibble, Ed 85, 138 Goode, Darrell 128 Graddy, Tom 90, 95, 136 Grimes, Docia 125 Advertising Board 77 Chess Club 83 Court Cuties 72 EAS 81 Foreign Language Club 81 FTA 80 Gymnastic Club 67 Aab, Randy 1111 168 Abercrombie, Denis 1111 12, 15, 41, 168 Acuna, Maria 1121 70, 72, 140, 142 Adams, Jeff 1101 182 Adams, Randall 1111 168 Adcock, Jan 1121 66, 86, 142 Addison, Terryl 1111 168 Adkins, Susan 1101 182 Affonoso, Linda 1101 182 Aigsworth, Terry 1121 36, 85, 14 Alaback, David 111136, 85, 105, 168 Albertson, Glenn 1101 139, 182 Alderman, Glenda 1101 181, 182 Alderman, Richard 1121 142 Alexander, Michael 1111 168 Faculty Index Grimm, Frank 90, 137 Hagan, Mary 126 Haney, J.V. 72, 99, 101, 134 Hefley, Linda 135 Henry, John 138 Hensley, Lloyd 135 Hill, Carolyn 127 Hill, Margaret 135 George 126 Hoopert, Donald 120, 121, 255 Houston, Pat 137 Hutchins, Billie Jo 135 Ingalls, Ednah Mae 135 Jones, Thelma 124 Kirk, Hazel 125 Landry, Marjorie 131 Langham, Tom 90, 114, 137 Lewis, Odetta 66, 124 Lewis, Rosemary 126 Mankoff, Millicent 130 McCartney, Karen 131 McDonald, D'arline 139 McFarlin, Mary Faye 126 McKaskle, Hardy 134 McPeters, Bill 138 McVay, George 139 Miller, Glennis 124 Miller, Marilyn 19 Mills, Lena 125 Notley, Beatrice 129 Nunnely, Ray 104 137 Oakley, Nancy 128 Padgett, Jesse 134 Page, Ann 129 Pedersen, Naomi 132 Phillips, Don 90, 95, 131 Phillips, Isabelle 16, 127 Pierce, Hugh 96, 113, 134 Pollard, Rachel 129 Pottorf, Mary 129 Powell, l.D. 138 Ramsey, Melton 135 Richey, June 128 Roemer, Frankie 135 Rogers, Laurann 67, 136 Samuel, Mary Jo 138 Sanchez, Rachel 129 Sanderson, Bob 86, 133, 173 Sellers, Jimmy 136 Smith, Hope 134 Smith, Roger 122, 123 Stowell, Virginia 76, 134 Thompson, Anita 132 Todd, Louise 139 Twist, Frank 135 Watts, Carolyn 133 Wolff, Darrell 90, 109, 134 Womack, Jim 138, 180 Wood, Charlotte 133 Worth, Chris 129 Organizations Index Law Club 80 Letterman's Club 74, 75 Mat Maids 73 Medical Club 87 NHS 68, 69 Orchestra 85 Pep Club 70,71 Red Cross 76 Student Congress 64, 65 Swimmettes 78, 79 Symphonic Band 84 Thespians 82 Usherettes 66 Allen, Allen Allen Allen Allen Barbara 1101 182 B'l 12 2 , il 1 1 14 , Deborah 1121 142 ,James 1121 100, 142 , Richard 1101 182 Allin, Kathleen 111185 Allison, Harry 1111 168 Altman, Julie 1111 39, 70, 168 Ames, Ava 1111 19, 168 Ammons, William 1121 142 Amstutz, Gary 1121 36, 41, 82, 83, 85, 86, 142 Amstutz, Judy 1121 86, 142 Anderson, Carol 1101 182 Anderson, Carol 1121 142 Anderson, Elizabeth 1101 182 Anderson, Karen 1101 182 Andress, Dara 1111 64, 67, 72, 168 Andrews, Glenn 1121 142 Anson, David 1101 83, 182 Anson, Thomas 1121 80, 106, 108, 142 Ansteth, Leslie 1101 182 Antry, Steve 1121 28. 142 Archambo, Lynn 1121 36, 142 Armiger, William 1111168 Arminger, Dennis 1111 168 Arney, Donald 1111 90, 168 Arwood, Deborah 1121 66, 142 Ashby, Mark 1101 36, 182 Ashwill, Christie 112126, 142 Aikins, Leslie 112121, 66, 67, 42 Ault, June 1101 70, 71, 77, B2 Avery, Loretta 1101 70, 182 Bachtel, Anthony 1121 142 Baehler, Duane 1121 32 Bagley, Thomas 1111 168 Bailey, Ken 1111 105 Baker, Belinda 1111 70, 168 Baker, Elizabeth 1101 63, 64, 182 Baker, Frank 1111 168 Baker, Randy 1111 168 Baker, Tom 1111 115, 168 Bakius, Maryann 1121 18, 142 Balk, Becky 1101 70, 182 Bandiera, Tina 1121 143 Bankoff, Michael 1121 98, 100, 101, 143 Barber, Karen 1111 41, 64, 70, 77, 82, 166, 167, 168 Barlow, Lou 1101 70, 182 Barnes, Brenda 1101 70, 72, 180, 182 Barnes, Curtis 1111 168 Barry, Lisa 1111 39, 64, 67, 70, 72, 168 Bass, Sheryle 1111 70, 168 Bates, Chris 1101 182, 186 Batten, William 1121 143 Baughman, William 1121 143 Bays, Carol 1111 36, 85, 168 Bean, David 1101 182 Bearden, Sally 1121 82, 143 Beaudoin, Michael 1111 106, 113, 168 Beeson, Linda 1111 168 Beeson, Melanie 1121 138, 143 Beine, David 1121 143 Belforcl, Bekki 1121 143 Bender, Eileen 1101 182 Bender, Judy 111183, 168 Bennett, David 1121 143 Benway, Lori 1111 168 Bequette, Kay 1121 143 Bernier, Dennis 1101 182 Bertrang, Greg 1111 168 Betche, Tonya 1101 70, 182 Beverly, James 1121 143 Beverly, Susan 1111 168 Billington, Judy 1101 182 Bird, Robert 1121 140, 143, 152 Bitzer, Karen 1111 168 Blacet, Jeff 1101 36, 182 Black, James 1101 182 Black, Teresa 1101 40, 70,182 Student Index Blackstock, Brenda 1121 39, 143 Blackstock, Trena 1121 57, 64, 70, 130, 140, 143, 155 Blaine, Rorie 1111 165 Blair, Allen 1111 168 Blair, Janet 1101 70, 182 Bloomfield, Mary 1101 76, 182 Bloyed, Kathy 1121 143 Bocox, Paula 1101 182 Bodley, Ted 1101 106, 182 Boehm, Rene 1121 36, 85, 143 Bghning, Mike 1111 101, 110, 1 8 Egone, Virginia 1121 66, 76, Born, Larry 1121 36, 85, 143 Borochoff, Robert 1111 168 Boudreaux, Yvonne 1121 143 Bowden, Nathaniel 1121 143 Bowdle, Brenda 1121 70, 72, 73, 140, 143 Bowen, Evelyn 1111 65, 67, 70, 77, 168 Bowen, Kathy 1111 168 Bowen, William 1111 106, 168 Bowers, Walt 1121 138, 144 Bowman, Mary 1111 64, 65, 70, 166, 168 Boyd, Janice 1121 144 Boyd, Jeff 1101 182 Boyd, John 1121 144 Bradley, Debbie 1101 182 Bradley, Elizabeth 1121 144 Brady, Scott 1121 76, 144 Brady, Susan 1121 144 Brannin, Mary 1111 168 Branstetter, Tim 1101 182 Brashear, Leslie 1101 181, 186 Breeding, Paul 1111 168 Brewer, Phillip 1111 168 Bridges, Carrie 1101 183 Briggs, Nancy 1101 183 Briggs, Robert 1101 77, 95, 105, 183 Brigham, David 111141, 169 Brigham, John 1101 183 Brightmire, Bill 1121 14, 41, 144, 154 Brighton, Val 1121 42, 59, 82, 144 Brinlee, Jon 1121 140, 144 Brinson, Shannan 1101 80, 183 Britton, Jeffrey 1101 183 Broach, Maudie 1121 144 Brock, Kim 1101 70, 181, 183 Brocksmith, Jon 1121 144 Brogdon, Marla1111 169 Brooks, Theresa 1101 36, 183 Brown, Dana 112188, 99, 100, 101, 144 Brown, Jeff 1101 183 Brown, Mark 1121 114, 144 Brown, Mark 111180 Browning, Linda 1121 144 Brownlee, Steve 1121 57, 59, 64, 65, 93, 103, 104, 140, 144 Bruton, Debbie 1121 140, 144, 160, 164, 166 Bryan, Lisa 1101 183 Bryant, Kim 1101 183 Buchanan, Leonard 1121 144 Buckingham, Bob 1121 144 Buckley, Janie 1101 36, 183 Bundus, Tom 1101 183 Burcham, Joe 1121 58, 74, 90, 144 Burgess, Larry 1101 36, 85, 183 Burke, Karen 1101 183 Burke, Tom 1111 74, 90, 169 Burkett, Cathy 1121 76 Burkett, Jamie 1101 183 Burn, Kay 1121 67, 72, 76, 144 Burns, Ann 1121 13, 70, 71, 140, 144 ' Busch, David 1111 76, 169 Busch, James 1111 96, 113, 169 Butcher, Thomas 1121 144 Butler, Patricia 112136, 145 Butler, Richard 1111 36, 74. 85, 90, 169 Byers, Jim 1121 53, 56, 58, 64, 65, 68, 145 Byrd, Beckie 1111 36, 169 Cadenhead, Jody 1121 145 Cahill, Donald 1121 145 Caldwell, Catherine 1121 145 Caldwell, Deborah 1101 183 Caldwell, Kevin 111180, 169 Call, Tracee 1101 183 Calvin, Sharon 1101 183 Camblin, Kimberly 1101 183 Campbell, James 1111 36, 169 Campbell, Jeffery 1121 145 Caplanis, Rita 1111 169 Card, Robert 1111 169 Carll, Vickie 1111 169 Carlisle, Jennifer 1121 145 Carlson, Carolyn 1101 183 Carpenter, Finton 1101 183 Carpenter, Kim 1101 183 Carpenter, Valerie 1111 41, 42, 70, 77.82, 166, 169 Carr, Laura 1121 36, 85, 145 Carroll, Lisa 1111 169 Carter, Beth 1121 145 Carter, Susan 1101 183 Carter, Tamara 1121 140, 145 Case, Roger 1121 66, 74, 90, 104, 145 Casebolt, Janis 1121 145 Casey, Brenda 1111 169 Cash, James 1101 83, 114 Cathey, Pamela 1111 169 Cates, Herbert 1101 183 Cavert, Lexey 1121 145 Chandler, Paul 1121 145 Chaney, Hester 1121 145 Chapin, Diane 1111 169 Chestnut, Kim 1111 169 Christesson, Sherri 1121 145 Christman, Brian 1121 145 Claiborne, Cynthia 1121 145 Clark, Carol 1111 167 Clark, Jane 1111 169 Clark, 169 Clark, Clark, Pamela 1111 70, 80, Paul 1111 169 Susan 1121 42, 145 Claxton, Kenneta 1111 169 Clements, Jill 1111 70, 166, 169 Cleveland, Lawrence 1111 64, 115, 166, 169 Cleveland, Susan 1101 79 Cline, Rosemary 1111 70, 169 Coe, Sandra 1111 169 Cohen, Daniel 1121 146 Cohen, Michael 1111 101, 169 Cohenour, Barbara 1121 58, 64, 72, 145, 176 Cole, Melody 1121 146 Coleman, Jane 1101 184 Coleman, Joseph 1111 74, 90, 92, 100 169 Coley, Barbara 1111 80, 169 Collier, Kenneth 1111 169 Collins, Pamela 1101 184 Collins, Sheryl 1121 146 Collum Coman , Cheri 1121 146 , Cyhdy 1101 184 Connely, Ralph 1121 146, 172 Connely, Scott 1101 184 Convertino, Charisse 1111 169 Conway, Mark 1121 115, 146 Conway, Robert 1121 36, 83, 85, 140, 146 Cook, Daniel 112154, 146 Cooper, Hazel 1121 76, 146 Cooper, James 1121 15, 146 Cooper, Peggy 1121 146 Coover, Carol 1111 80, 166. 169 Corgill, Brenda 1101 184 Courtney, Gregory 1101 184 Cowles, Terry 1101 184 Cowell, Valerie 1121 146 Cox, Barbara 1121 70, 146 Cox, Deni 1111 25, 36, 70, 169, 171 Cox, Gale 1121 70, 71. 146 Cox, Suzanne 1101 70, 181, 184 Coy, Theresa 1111 169 Crager, Wendy 1111 169 Cratch, Camille 1101 70, 76, 77, 86, 184 Crawford, Robert 111132, 96, 97, 113, 169 Crews, James 1111 114, 169 Crosslin, Steven 1121 138, 146 Crouch, Kenneth 1101 181, 184 Crowder, James 1101 36, 184 Crum, Ralph 1101 184 Davidson, William 1101 40 Cummings, Audry 1101 184 Cunningham, Debra 1101 184 Curran, Steve 1101 77 Cushing, Timothy 1101 36, 184 Daetwyler, Cheryl 1101 72, 180, 184, 189 Dale, Frank 1121 59, 90, 91. 146 Dale, John 1101 184 Daman, Deborah 1121 146 Daman, Jerry 1101 184 Daman, Tom 1101 14, 95, 113 Daniel, Patrick 1101 184 Daniel, Ted 1111 115, 169 David, Steven 1111 169 Davidson, Daphne 1101 181, 184 Fast, Susie 1121 70, 86, 147 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis , Bette 1121 146 , Charles 1101 184 , Christopher 1101 184 ,Debra 1111 166, 169 , Debra 1101 184 Janie110170, 183,184 Davisl Kim 1111 169 Davis, Matthew 1121 85, 146 Deal, Ramona 1101 180, 181, 185 Dean, Kathy 1121 146 Dean, Mark 1101 36, 85, 185 Dear, Debra 1101 76, 185 Heath, John 1101 77, 187 Hl-lm Franklin, Suzanne 1111 170 Deardorff, Dru 1101 185 Deck, Ginny 1121 146 Deisenroth, Oakley 1121 58, 70, 140, 146 Delong, Christopher 1101 185 Delong, Stephanie 1101 185 Delozier, Joe 1111 36, 85 Demerritt, Dean 1111 169 Dennis, Steve 1121 36, 85, 146 Deshane, David 1111 74, 90, 169 Devasher, Debbie 1111 169 Devlin, Thomas 1121 146 Dewey, Robin 1111 169 Dickson, John 1101 185 Diedrich,Ladena112170, 146 Dietlein, George 1101 185 Dillman, Carol 1121 66, 140, 146 Dillon, David 1121 146 Disney, Bob 1121 146 Doak, Charlotte 1111 169 Donovan, John 1101 95, 184 Donovan, Joy 1121 13, 15, 21, 39, 58, 64, 66, 70, 72, 140, 146 Dorman, Rosemary 1121 36, 85, 147, 162 Dorman, Shelagh 1111 70, 80, 166, 169 Dornaus, Vera 1111 169 Dorris, Brenda 1121 76, 86, 147 Dorris, Carrie 1121 147 Dorris, Randy 1101 76, 185 Drew, Randy 1121 74, 90, 147 Driscoll, Frank 1121 90, 147 Drummond, Scotty 1101 184 Duca, Jennifer 1111 67, 72, 169 Duck, Howard 111136, 74, 90, 110, 170 Duffe, Clark 1101 95, 105, 185 Dulfield, Frances 1111 170 Duncan, Bobby 1101 36, 185 Duncan, Jim 1121 41, 42, 82, 83, 140, 147 Duncan, Marc 1121 147 Dunham, Robert 1111 170 Dunitz, Scott 1111 12, 170 Dunlap, Susan 1111 170 Ducgiton, Ronald 1111 36, 85, 17 Durbin, Cathy 1101 77, 185 Durbin, Mike 1111 74, 90, 113, 170 Duvall, Denise 1101 185 Duvall, Duncan 1111 90, 113 Dyer, David 1101 185 Eaves, Michael 1101 74, 185 Effron, William 1111 12, 106, 170 Egger, Jay 1121 90, 147 Egger, Sherry 1101 185 Elder, Dale 1101 27, 86, 185 Elder, Edward 1121 12, 147 Eley, Neal 1121 16, 83, 147 Ellington, Royce 1111 36, 85, 170 Elliot, Kirk 1101 155 Elliott, steven 1111 36, as, 170 Ellson, Jeff 1101 106, 185 Ellsworth, Teresa 1101 185 Egganuel, Cecelia 1101 36, Emery, Diane 1111 24, 170 Emmons, Larry 1101 185 English, Randy 1111 74, 90, 110, 170 Enlow, Jeannie 1111 64, 167, 170 Epps, Carletta 1101 185 Ersst, James 1111 13, 96, 113, 17 Ernst, John 1121 106, 108, 147 Erskine, Erin 1101 185 Espigares, Federico 1101 95, 105 Estus, James 1121 147 Ethridge, Kay 1111 70, 170 Evans, Marsha 1111 39, 64, 70, 72, 77, 170 Evans, Richard 1121 147 Ewing, Ann 1101 185 Exon, Lisbeth 111182, 170 Fabes, Rhonda 1121 72, 73, 76, 147 Fabes, Robert 1111 83, 170 Fanning, Linda 1121 13, 72, 147, 170 Farish, Karen 112141,82, 147 Farr, Andrea 1101 185 Farrar, Greg 1101 185 Farrell, William 1121 106, 108, 147 Farren, Mary 1121 147 Farrier, Bennie 1111 170 Farrill, Sandra 1111 67, 170 Farthing, Charles 110185,95, 106, 181, 185 Fggthing, Mary 1121 140, 147, Fay, Terri 1111 170 Feldman, Daniel 1111 86,85 Feller, Glenda 111136, 170 Feller, Randall 1101 36, 185 Fergus, Conner 1101 185 Felts, Cathy 1121 147 Fenn, Carolyn 1101 70, 85, 185 Fenster, Paula 1121 21, 41, 66, 72, 147 Ferguson, Mitzi 1121 147 Ferris, Craig 1121 80, 86, 148 Ferris, Dorea 1101 185 Fewell, Connie 1111 170 Fewell, Janet 1111 170 Fiddler, Larry 1101 185 Field, Sally 1121 58, 66, 70, 71, 72, 148 Fielding, Joetta 1101 76, 185, 189 Findley, Carol 1121 148 Finnerty, Danny 1111 105,170 First, Jan 111183, 88, 170 Fischbein, Debra 1121 66, 70, 76, 148 Flood, Mark 1101 186 Flygeus, Seth 1111 170 Fogley, Mark 1111 77, 90, 170 Foltz, Leslie 1121 64, 66, 70, 48 Fontaine, Jeffery 111141,82, 113, 170, 174 Ford, Anthony 1111 170 Ford, Cathy 1111 166, 170 Ford, Vicki 1121 76, 86, 148 Foster, Johnny 1101 186 Foster, Joni 1101 186 Foust, Rebecca 1121 80, 148 Foust, Steven 1111 170 Fox, Emily 1101 186 Fox, James 1121 148 Fraley, Frederick 1101 85, 186 Fgzmpton, Steve 1101 95, 106, Francis, Randy 1121 148 Franklin, Morgan 1101 106, 186 Frazier, David 1111 170 Fredericks, Alexia 1111 36, 170 Frevert, Sally 1121 148 Fries, Bob 1101 184, 186 Fries, Margaret 1121 70, 71, 72, 140, 148 Froeb, Edith 1101 79, 186 Froeb, Julia 1111 79, 170 Frost, Gilbert 1101 36, 85, 191 Frost, Michelle 1121 70, 148 Fry, Julie 1101 186 Fuhrmann, Daniel 1101 96, 113, 186 Funk, Steve 1101 186 Funkhouser, William 1111 170 Fuss, Lawerance 111136,85, 96, 170 Gabriel, Jayne 1101 186 Gabriel, Marie 1111 170 Gallimore, Terry 1101 64, 65, 77, 186 Gallup, Fred 1111 36, 170 Gamble, Cory 1111 170 Gardner, James 1111 170 Gardner, Scott 1101 186 Garoutte, Jan 1101 186 Garrick, Bruce 1101 186 Garrick, Michael 1111 170 Gasperino, Brian 1101 186 Gasperino, Janice 1121 148 Gasperino, Joyce 1121 148 Gates, Derek 1101 186 Gates, Tracy 1101 186 Geltz, Keena 1111 170 George, Gordon 1111 36, 74, 96, 113, 170 George, Leslee 1101 70, 76, 86, 186 George, Lynne 1101 186 George, Mark 1121 36, 85, 148 Gerber, Bonnie 1121 148 Gerchman, Laura 1111 70, 166, 170 Gernhardt, Ellen 1111 170 Gibbs, Katherine 1111 70, 170, 177 Gibson, Songo 1101 64, 65, 70, 181, 186 Giesen, Jackie 1101 76, 79, 186 Gilbert, Robin 1101 70, 77, 186 Gilliat, Elaine 1121 76, 148 Gillispie, James 1121 148 Gilmore, Denise 1121 148 Gladson, Michael 1111 170 Glade, Patricia 1121 66, 80, 140, 148 Gladfelter, Louis 112136,85, 148 Glass, Joseph 1111 64, 65, 170 Glass, Robert 1111 170 Glazer, Kim 1121 59, 82, 148 Gleason, Diane 1121 15, 148 Gleason, Michael S121 149 Gleason, Scott 111 77, 170 Glenn, George 1121 82, 149 Goble, Nancy 1111 170 Goeppinger, Vicki 1101 186 Goins, David 1101 186 Goldberg, Barbara 1121 15, 32, 149 Gomez, Charles 1101 186 Gould, Kevin 1111 170 Grabel, Sally 1121 149 Gragg, Marcy 1111 170 Graham, James 1111 36, 170 Graham, Karen 1101 70, 181, 186 Graham, Ronald 111186, 171 Grahame, Cynthia 1101 186 Gravit, Mike 1121 149 Gray, Gertrude 1101 186 Gray, Karen 1101 72, 77, 186 Gray, Stephen 1121 106, 108, 109, 149 Grayson, Leslie 1101 67, 186 Grayson. Lois 1111 67, 171 Green, David 1121 149 Green, John 1111 36, 171 Greene, Helen 1121 149 Greene, Lantze 1101 186 Greenstreet, Helen 1121 149 Greenwood, Jody 1121 36, 149 Griffin, Gregory 1101 186 Griffin, John 111182, 171 Griffin, Sherri 1121 67, 149 Grigg, Thomas 1111 171 Grilley, Debbie 1111 171 Grimshaw, David 1121 149 Grimwood Debbie 12 149 138 Grossbard, Paul 1111 171 , l 1 Groom, Gregory 1121 36, 85, , 149 Groth, Diane 1121 86, 149 Grubb, Alice 1121 26, 57, 59, 70, 74, 130, 140, 149 Grubb, Allen 1121 90, 100, 140 Guard, Steve 1111 171 Gwartney, Rod 1111 77, 90, 110, 171 Hahn, Cindy 1121 14, 16, 66, 140, 149 Hale, Robert 1111 171 Hall, Cynthia 1101 77, 186 Hall, DeAnn 1101 70, 186 Hall, Marcia 1111 70, 171 Hall, Sarah 1101 186 Hallford, John 1121 143, 149 Hallman, Sharon 1111 36, 70, 85, 171 Hames, Meredith 1111 70, 72, 166, 171 Hamilton, David 36, 85, 186 Hamlin, Ronald 1101 186 Hanagan, Christy 1121 150 Haney, Barbara 1101 70, 76, 186 Haney, Culleen 1111 171 Hannis, Tim 1111 171 Hanover, David 1121 150 Hansen, Annette 1111 36, 171 Hanson, Sheila 1121 36, 85, 150 Haralson, Mark 1101 36, 186 Harber, Robbie 1101 186 Harbert, Andrea 1101 76, 186 Hardison, Michael 1121 150 Hardy, Bonnie 1101 70, 72, 77, 79, 181, 186 Hargis, Terry 1111 171 Harlow, Janice 1121 67 Harms, Dean 1111 171 Harp, Lea 1111 171 Harper, Lorri 1121 15, 20, 150 Harris, Victoria 1101 85, 186 Hartson, Douglas 111182,86, 166, 171 Harvey, Leslie 1121 150 Harvey, Terry 1101 186 Hashagen, Janet 1121 15, 150 Hatcher, Jeffrey 1121 36, 85, 150 Hauger, Kim 1121 150 Hawley, Mark 1121 150 Hawkins, Jim 1101 186 Hawkins, Russell 112136,55, 57, 85, 150, 162 Hawkins, William 1101 187 Hayes, Timothy 1101 95, 105, 187 Hebard, Robert 1111 36, 74, 85, 90, 171 Heinlein, James 1121 150 Heller, Susan 112166,70,71, 140, 150 Helsley, Betty 1121 86, 150 Henry, Michael 1111 171 Henry, Patrick 1111 171, 175 Henshaw, John 1101 83, 114, 187 Hensley, Janet 1121 150 Hensley, Philip 1111 171 Henson, Linda 1121 60, 64, 70, 86, 140, 150 Henson, Weston 1101 76, 187 Herndon, Carol 1111 21, 70, 71, 76, 166, 171 Herndon, Elizabeth 1121 70, 76, 150 Herndon, Harold 1111 171 Herron, Richard 1121 36, 41, 85, 150 Herzfeld, Linda 1101 187 Hettinger, Margaret 1111 77, 171, 177 Highfill, Renne 1121 86, 150 Hill, Earlene 1111 171 Hill, Sharon 1101 76, 187 Hillman, Gary 1121 150 Hilmer, Margaret 1101 187 Hilmer, Susan 1111 171 Hilst, Cynthia 1111 171 Hiltz, Robert 1111 171 Hinch,WiIliam1121 150 Hinzmann, Michelle 1121 150 Hixon, Steven 1121 150 Hocker, Leslie 1121 35, 70, 76, 140, 150 Hocker, Stacy 1101 70, 79, 187 Hoff, Mary 1111 70, 171 Hoffman, Joseph 1101 95, 105, 187 Holcomb, Vickie 1121 151 Holcomb, William 1101 105 Holder, Jim 1111 90, 110, 171 Hollifield, Michael 1111 90, 104, 171 Holloway, Gary 1111 36 Holloway, Ruth 1101 36. 187 Holt, Lisa 1101 187 Holt, Timothy 1111 80, 90, 110, 171 Holtsclaw, Steven 1121 157 Holtzapple, Diane 1101 85, 187 Hood, Mark 1111 110, 171 Hooker, Dan 112180, 151 Hoopert, Donald 1121 113, 151, 161 Hoopert, Jerry 1101 77, 80, 86, 176 Hopper, Steve 1101 187 Horowitz, Elizabeth 1111 70, 171 Horton, Michael 1101 187 Hostetler, Deborah 1101 187 Hostetler, Randolph 1121 151 Hott, Douglas 1111 55, 105, 171 Hovis, John 1111 36, 85, 171 Howe, Daniel 1121 151 Howser, Steven 1101 87, 187 Hubbard, Pam 1111 171 Hughes, Clint 1111 106, 171 Hughes, Ralph 1121 57, 59, 64, 86, 106, 108, 140, 151 Huie, Virginia 1121 157 Hulett, Kevin 1101 85, 186 Hull, Sheryal 1111 171 Hulse, Alfred 1101 83, 96, 113, 187 Hultgren, Howard 1111 171 Humphries, Mike 1111 36, 171 Hunt , David 112136,85, 151 Hunt, Jeffrey 1111 101, 171 Hunt, Pam 1121 151 Hunt ,Paula 1101 187 Hunt, Timothy 1111 101, 171 er, James 1121 151 Hurlburt, Charles 1101 187 Hurn, Mary 1121 151 Hutchison, Jill 1121 151 Hutchison, Scott 1121 151 lnhofe, Marilyn 1111 172 Irvin, Daneille1111172 Irving, Ralph 1101 187 Jacobs, Fowler 1111 172 Jacobs, Mickey 1121 13, 80, 151 Jacobs, Ray 1121 151 Jacobus, David 1121 151 Jackson, Lorre 1101 187 Jackson, Margaret 1101 187 ,S , vi.. -. Q, 'M James, Bill 1123 151 James, Christopher 1113 172 James, Edwin 112385, 151 James, Ellen 1123 151 Jenkins, Mlcci 1113 15, 21, 82 Jenni, Pamela 1103 187 Jerome, Linda 1123 151 Jerome,Thomas1123138, 151 Jett, Kim 1113 70, 76, 86, 172 Jewell, Ann 1123 66, 86, 151 Jewell, Ward 1103 187 Lawless, Jerrold 1103 36, 85 Johnson, Brian 1113 105, 172 Johnson, Daniel 1123 151 Johnson, Deana 111370, 166, 167, 172 Johsnon, Karen 1113 70, 172 Johnson, Kevin 111336, 172 Johnson, Lisa 1113 172 Johnson, Mike 1103 187 Johnson, Robert 1103 187 Johnson, Ronald 1123 151 Johnson, Sharon 1103 187 Johnston, Jimmy 1123 151 Johnston, Phil 1113172 Johnston, Robert 1123 151 Johnston Ronnie 11 17 , 1 l 2 Jones, Christopher 1113 36, 172 Jones, Donna 1103 187 Jones, Donna 1123 151 Jones, James 1123 151 Jones, Joel 1123 64, 151 Jones, Karen S. 112365, 140, 151 Jones, Lee 1123 13, 66, 151 Jones, Martha 1103 80, 187 Jones, Michael 1113 86, 105 Jones, Russelle 1123 151 Jones, Troy 1103 187 Jones, Vernon 1123 14, 151 Jones, Kaiser, Kallay, Vicki 110364, 187 Kathy 1113 17, 172 Melissa 1113 166, 172 Keating, Debbie 1103 187 Keating, Robert 1123 151 Keech, Mike 1103 187 Keith, Terry 1123 152 McCruiz Marsha 12 154 110 Nanny, Susan 1123 26 Kelly, Kennet 123 152 Kelly, Kevin 111 172 Kelly, Michelle 1113 172 Kemendo, Ben 1113 172 Kemendo, Vincent 1123 152 Kerr, Marna 1103 70, 187 Ketcham, Jayne 1103 187 Kidd, Sandra 1123 152 Kidson, Brenda 1113 172 Kidson, Rogmer 1103 187 Kierig, Hug 1123 36, 80, 85, Keller, Jane 1:2 172 152 Kincaid, Dina 1123 152 King, Theresa 1123 152 Kinnear, Shelley 1123 152 Kirkpatrick, Stephen 1113 18, 106, 166, 172 Kirkpatrick, Thomas 1123 140, 141, 152 Kitch, Craig 1113 36, 172 Kitch, Duana 1103 187 Klappenbach, Phil 1113 172 Klar, Robin 1113 172 Kleinecke, Walter 1113 54, 172 Knighton, Ruth 1123 152 Knoblock, Patricia 1123 152 Knott, Joan 1103 70, 187 ' Koch, Kenneth 1113 172 kongable, Jill 1113 172 Korne, Doug 1123 74, 90. 104, 140, 148, 152 Kurtz, Carol 1103 188 Kuske, Debra 1113 172 Kraemer, David 1103 187 Kraft, Susan 1123 64, 66, 152 Kgeidler, Steven 110383, 181. Kreisvelt, Cheryl 1123 152 Kriegsman, Karen 1103 187 Krueger, Nancy 1103 187 Labarthe, Richard 1113 11, 73, 100, 172 Lackey, Steve 1113 172 Laird, Lindsey 1103 188 Laird, Mark 1123 152 Laird, Martin 1123 152 Laird, Mikel 1103 95, 188 Lalicker, Jill 1123 152 Lambert, Carroll 1103 188 Lander, John 1103 113, 188 Landrum, Bill 111385, 172 Larsen, Deanna 1113 172 Larue, Jack 1103 182 Laughlin, Karen 1113 76, 172 Laurence, Pam 1103 181, 188, 1 9 Law, Gordon 1113 90, 105, 172 Lawson, Russell 8103 188 Le Blanc, Bob 11 3 152 Lebold, Brian 1123 12, 19, 36, 85, 152 Ledterman, James 1103 188 Ledterman, Johnny 1103 188 Lee, Fred 1113 172 Lee, Gary 1113 36, 85, 172 Leighton, Kari 1103 188 Leikam, Lisa 1123 13, 15, 67, 66, 70, 71, 72, 153, 207 Leland, Bruce 1103 95, 188 Leland, Bryan 1103 188 Leonard, Meg 1113 32, 166, 167, 172 Levine, Jodi 1103 188 Levinson, Jef 1103 83, 188 Lewis, Chuck 1113 74, 90, 110, 122 Lewis, Debbie 1123 15, 78, 153 Liddy, Barbara 1113 36, 172 Lierly, Regina 1123 153 Lilly, Mike 1103 188 Lincoln, Denise 1123 153 Little, Jennifer 1113 77 Little, Judy 1123 153 Littlejohn, Linda 1113 172 Lobaugh, Alan 1103 36, 85, 188 Loftin, Mark 1103 188 Loftin, Steve 1113 172 Lofton, Harold 1103 188 Logsdon, Cindy 1113 172 Logsdon, Michelle 1103 188 Long, Steve 1103 188 Lorance, Joy 1103 188 Lorance, Tina 1113 172 Losey, Donna 1123 55, 64, 65, 66, 120, 153 Lovelady, Justin 1123 153 Lovellette, Karen 1113 172 Lovern, Mark 1123 153 Lowe, Denise 1113 172 Lowery, Mary 1123 36, 64, 67, 70, 72, 170 Loyd, Chirs 1113 36, 85, 173 Loyd, Susan 1103 188 Lubin, Mark 1113 12, 15, 90, 173, 207 Lucas, Leslie 1113 77, 173 Lucas, Lisa 1123 21, 66, 76, 140, 153 Lucy, Rich 1113 173 Ludman, Russell 1103 188 Luger, Rhonda 1123 58, 64, Lukken, Claudia 1113 173 Lgacowitch, Jean 1123 36, 85, Lumley, Roger 1113 74, 96, 113, 173 Lyon, Terry 1123 106, 107, 108, 115 MacArthur, Pamela 1113 173 MacDonald, Amy 1113 173 Magnusson, Nancie 1113 70, 173 Mahin, Dennis 1123 154 Maley, Steven 1113 74, 173, 166, 167 Maness, Thomas 1123 106, 108 Mann, Cathey 1103 188 Mantooth, Max 1123 90, 93 Markert, Diana 1103 188 Marcum, Alene 1113 166, 173 Marler, Orena1113 173 Marson, Mark 1103 105, 188 Martin, Daniel 1113 154 Martin, Gale 1103 188 Martin, John 1113 74, 90, 93, 103, 104, 110, 173 Martin, Mike 110395, 188 Masek,Mindie1123 154 Mashburn, Paula 1113 72, 173 Massa, Lyndon 1103 188 Masters, Niles 1113 173 Mathers, Lisa 111383, 173 Matthews, Jeffrey 1103 101, 188 Matuszak, Susan 1103 188 Mauldin, Patti 1123 154 Maxey, Gregory 1103 189 Maxwell, Tina 1103 189 McAfee, Melanie 1103 189 McAfee, Stephanie 1113 64, 70, 173 McAnulty, James 1123 153 McArthur, Lila 1103 189 McArthur, Maria 1103 85, 189 McClendon, Judy 1113 173 lqA8c2aCIendon, Suzanne 1103 70, McGoffin, Sally 1113 64, 70, 71, 86, 166, 173 McCormick, Curt 1103 189 McCormick, James 1113 169, 73 , 1 3 McCune, Patricia 1103 189 McDonald, Belinda 1103 189 McDonald, Sandy 111385, 96, 3 McDougal, Martell 1103 189 McGuire, Kathleen 1103 77, 79, 181, 189 McGuire, Terrance 1123 153 McGuirk, Michael 1123 153 Mclntosh, Allan 1123 85 Mclntosh, Robert 1113 36, 173 Mclntosh, Sandra 1103 36, 189 McKay, John 1103 96, 105, 113, 189 McKeague, Scott 1113 96, 113, 173 McKee, Dena 1113 173 McKinney, John 1123 154 M8cgLean, Margaret 1103 181, 1 McMahon, David 1103 189 McMahon, Mike 1113 90, 173 McNearney, Claire 1103 189 McNeilance, Cynthia 1103 189 McNeilance, John 1113 103, 105, 110, 173 McNeill, Janey 1113 173 McNeill, Neal 1123 114, 154 McUsic, Don 1103 77, 80, 189 McUsic, Michael 1123 154 Meek, Vicki 1113 173 Meil, Christianna 1113 173 Meyer, John 1113 173 Meyerhoff, James 1113 36, 85, 173 Meyers, Mary 1113 14, 77, 173 Miller, Carol 110385, 189 Miller, John 1113 173 Miller, John 1103 189 Miller, John 1123 154 Miller, Kathleen 1103 70, 72, 181, 189 Miller, Lori 1123 12, 16, 67. 72, 154 Miller, Mariiane 1103 40, 85, 189 Miller, Michael 1123 36, 110, 154 Miller, Michael F, 1123 154 Miller, Michael J. 1123 18, 64, 140, 154 Miller, Monica 1103 189 Miller, Valerie 1103 189 Millikin, Georgia 1113 173 Mills, John 1113 90, 103, 166, 167, 173 Mims, Janice 1103 189 Minderman, Karl 1113 173 Miron, Cindy 1103 70, 189 Mitchell, Dean 1103 189 Mitchell, Elizabeth 1123 154 Mitchell, J. Tranny 1113 173 Mobley, Lisa 1113 173 Moellers, Paula 1103 76, 189 Monnet, John 1103 189 Monnet, Robert 1103 106, 189 Mooberry, Mark 1113 105 Moore, Carolyn 1103 76, 189 Moore, David 1113 101, 173 Moore, Gregory 1113 36, 173 Moore, James 1123 64, 78, 85, 154 Moore, James 1113 64, 173 Moore, Maureen 1103 189 Moore, Sharon 1113 173 Moran, Diane 1103 189 Morgan, Cindy 1113 174 Morgan, Lynn 1123 86, 154 Morgan, Wyatt 1113 100, 110, 174 Morse, Brent 1103 189 Moskowitz, Harriet 1103 190 Moskowitz, Jerry 1123 154 Munn, Carol 1103 190 Munn, Thomas 1123 36, 85 Murphy, David 1103 90 Murphy, Matt 1123 36, 74, 85 Murray, John 1123 82 Myles, Gregory 1113 174 Nalman, Jeff 1103 190 Naliey, Mitch 111328, 74,90, Nathan, James 1123 155 Neck, Vicky 1113 174 Neely, Allred 1113 76, 110, Palovik, Michael 1103 190 Parham, Jane 1103 190 Paris, Jay 1103 190 Parker, Carol 1123 155 Parker, Debra 1103 190 Parker, Janet 1103 190 Pakrer, Jerald 1103 40, 105, 174, 190, 195 Parker, Joyce 1123 155 Parker, Renee 1103 180, 181, 190 Parker, Richard 1103 190 Parks, Debbie 1103 36, 190 Parks, Melanie 1103 190 Parks, Richard 1123 156 Parrish, Mary 1113 174 Parrish, Sandra 1113 64, 174 Pate, Mark 1113 74, 77, 90, 174 Patrick, Teresa 1103 70, 190 Patterson, April 1113 174 Patterson, Dana 1103 190 Patterson, Larry 1123 106, 108, 155 Patterson, Russ 1123 74, 90. 155 Patton, Sherri 1113 174 Payton, Mark 1123 155 Peace, Paula 1123 155 Pearson, Richard 1103 36, 190 Peeples, Alan 1123 25, 36, 85, 140, 155 Pence, Steve 1103 95, 113, 190 PGIWCE, 155 Vickie 1123 70, 72, Perlich, Debra 1123 65, 155 Perlich, Pamela 1103 64, 65, 190 Perrin, Teresa 1123 14, 58, 64, 65, 82, 140, 156, 183 Peters, Constance 1123 67, 70, 86, 140, 156 Peters, Mary 1103 190 Peters, Timothy 1113 174 Peyton, Donna 1103 36, 70, 181, 190 Phillips, Gregory 1113 90, 174 Phillips, Jayne 1113 174 Phillips, Karen 1103 190 Phillips, Kim 1113 174 Phillips, Linda 1103 85, 190 Pickering, Regina 1113 174 Pilkington, Jefferey 1113 174 Pingrey, Beckie 1103 190 Pinion, Geraldine 1123 156 Pinion, Seamus 1123 80 Pinkosky, Paul 1103 36, 190 Pitcher, Jo 1123 36, 156 Pitcher, John 1113 74, 83, 85, 90, 174 Plank, Richard 1103 190 Plumb, Lizabeth 1103 190 Plumb, Patrick 1113 96, 113, 174 Pollok, Steve 1103 101, 190 Pollok, Victoria 1113 175 Poison, Cindy 1113 86, 175 Pommier, Michele 1113 175 Pool, Phillip 1113 20, 36, 80, 85, 175 Poole, Victor 1103 190 Pope, Janette 1113 175 Porter, Nancy 1103 70, 190 Posner, Chip 1123 36, 85, 156 Potter, Michael 1103 15, 190 Potter, Paul 1113 36, 175 Powell, David 1123 140, 156 174 Neely, Nelson Neslon Nelson Nelson Kristy 1101 190 ,Heidi 1113 174 ,Jill 1113174 , Judy 1121 155 Peter 1123 155 Neville: Greg 111336, 174 Newcomb, James 1103 85, 190 Newcomb, Steve 1123 22, 74, 96, 113, 155 Newton, Ann 1123 155 Nichols, Becky 1113 174 Nicholson, Blake 1113 83, 174 Nielsen, John 1113 174 Niemi,Madalene11138O,174 Nilles, Bill 1123 100, 155 Nix, Marcheta 1113 174 Noel, Craig 1123 155 Noel, Nancy 1113 174 Norman, Deborah 1103 190 Norris, Martin 1113 83, 174 Norton, Patrick 1103 190 Novak, Patty 1113 174 Noyes, Karen 1113 174 Nunneley, Lorna 1123 155 Oberholtz, Mark 1103 190 O'brien, Steve 1103 190 Oden, Bill 1123 58, 74, 90, 113, 155 Oliver, Ann 1113 70, 76, 80, 166, 174 Omeilia, Sharon 1113 174 Oram, Randa 1103 190 Organ, Connie 1103 190 Orne, Trina 1113 174 Orthwein, Bill 1113 96, 105 Orthwein, Kathy 1103 190 Osborn, Danelle 1123 15, 155 Owens, Steve 1103 190 Oxford. John 1103 190 Palmer, Carrie 1113 174 Powell, Janice 1123 80, 85, 156 Powell, Victoria 1113 175 Powers, Rebekah 1113 175 Pracheil, Karen 1103 190 Price, Julie 1113 12, 14, 70, 166, 167, 175 Pggldt, Anne 1113 64, 70, 77, Quinn, Kelli 1103190 Quinn, Merl 1113 175 Quinn, Michelle 1123 156 Ramsey, Jim 1103 95, 105, 13 Ratliff, Debbi 1103 190 Rausch, Connie 1113 39, 67, 70, 175 Rausch, Robert 1113 175 Rausch, Tina 1123 156 Rawdon, Julie 1113 175 Ray, Cathy 1123 156 Rayburn, Debbie 1123 26, 156 Read, Ann 1103 190 , Read, Mary 1123 70, 156 Reans, Leslie 1103 190 Regtding, Rebecca 1113 76, 7 Redlearn, Lillie 111383, 175 Redman, Susan 1123 156 Reed, Betsy 1123 156 Reed, Betty 1123 156 Reeder, James 1123 156 Reeves, Larry 1113 36, 175 Reeves, Pamela 1113 70, 166, 175 Ramen, Donald 1123 36, as, 156 Reid, Linda 1123 66, 70, 71, 78, 140, 156, 164 Reidy, Joan 1103 190 Reitz, Lori 1103 190 Remington, Luz 1101 190 Remington, Tom 1101 191 Remington, Tulio 1101 191 Remy, Lisa 1101 191 Reynolds, Darcy 1111 12, 166, 175 Rhine, Richard 1121 156 Richards, David 1121 156 Righards, John 1111 90, 113, 7 Richards, Julie 1121 66, 70, 140, 156 Richardson, Jana 1101 36, 72, 191 Richardson, Zina 1121 36, 85, 156 Richey, Mary 1111 70, 175 Riddle ,Dani 1101 191 Ridley, Dick 1121 140, 141, 156 Ridley, Joanne 1101 191 Ridle Peter 12 58, 64, 114, Y, l 1 140, 156 Riggs, Eileen 1121 156 Riggs, Nancy 1101 191 Riley, Kathy 1111 175 Ritter, Scott 1101 191 Roach, Glenn 1121 64, 156 Robbins, Linda 1101 70, 191 sheriff, sue 1111 70, 76, 176 Shewmaker, Debbie 1111 176 Shields, Rebecca 1101 191 Shockey, Sharon 1101 191 Short, Kevin g101 191 Shoemaker, usan 1111 70, 176 Short, Anne 1121 157 Shouse, Diane 1121 157 Shriver, Chris 1101 191 S1eler, Daniel 1101 77, 191 Simmons, Grant 1121 106, 108, 157 Simons, Carl 1111 176 Simpson, Linda 1101 191 Simpson, Mike 1101 18 Sims, Jeri 1111 12, 64, 166, 167, 176 Singer, Susie 1121 157 Sipes, Sharon 1121 15, 157 Sipes, Todd 1101 191 Sisemore, Ann 1101 191 Sisemore, Michael 1101 67 Skinner, Rebecca 1101 191 Slagle, Shelly 1121 66, 70, 71, 140, 157 Slankard, Jon 1111 176 Slate, Karen 1101 191 Slater, Kevin 1111 176 Slater, Kimberly 1111 74, 90, Tabor, Mark 1111 176 Taft, Eric 1111 176 Tankersley, Cynthia 1101 40, 70, 193 Tankersley, Leah 1121 159 Tanner, Jennifer 1111 175, 176 Tarbel, Chris 1101 193 Tattershall, Robert 1101 83. 106, 193 Taylor, Wanda 1111 176 Teleford, Scott 1101 193 Temple, Gail 1111 176 Terhorst, Anthony 1121 159 Terhorst, Brian 1101 193 Terning, Sheldon 1121 159 Terrill, Charles 1111 176 Terrill, Lewis 1101 193 Tessier, Susan 1111 176 Teter, Joe 1101 181, 193 Teter, Mark C. 1121 36, 85. 159 Teter, Mark S. 1121 36, 159 Theodorelos, Diane 1101 193 Thomas, Cynthia 1111 36, 86, 176 Thompson Yarbrough, Rhonda 1101 70, Steiner, Steve 176 Young, Susan 1121 161 Vale, Lynnette 1111 70, 176 Wilson Roberts, Patrick 1111 36, 96, 175 Roberts, Randy 1111 175 Roberts, Wayne 1111 106, 175 Robertson, Janet 1101 191 Rsmguertson, Peter 1111 172, Robinson, Allen 1121 156 Robinson, Mark 1121 156 Robohm, Mary 1121 85, 156 Rodgers, Paula 1121 12, 57, 140, 156 Rodrigues, Tina 1121 70, 156 Roesler, Valerie 1111 76, 175 Rogers, Claudette 1111 24, 55, 77, 82, 166, 175 Rogers, Debra 1121 156 Rogers, Linda 1121 156 Rombach, Frank 1111 70, 76, 86, 175 Ronck,Gay 111170, 166, 175 Ronck, Mark 1111 166, 175 Rgser, Pamela 1121 70, 156, Rorschach, Thomas 1101 36 Ross, Jay 1101 95, 101, 105 Ross, Madeline 1121 14, 32, 56, 59, 64, 140, 157 Ross, Phillip 1101 191 Ross, Sara 1111 12, 70, 71, 79, 166, 175 Rouse, Harry 1121 36, 85. 157 Rouse, Lucien 1101 180, 181, 191, 280 Routh, Linda 1101 36, 85, 191 Royce, William 1101 191 Rucker, Sue 1121 57, 64, 67, 70, 71, 157, 159 Rumley, Wayna 1121 36, 66, 140, 141, 157 Rush, Debra 1121 157 Rusher, Sandy 1111 32, 175 Russell, Pricilla 1121 157 Rutledge, Doris 1111 175 Sackett, Keith 1121 36, 85, 157 Saffa, Sonya 1101 191 Sshdel, Andrea 1101 76, 85, Sanders, Pamela 1101 191 Sanders, Susan 1101 70, 71, 86, 191 Sanders, David 1111 74, 96, 97, 113, 134, 175 Sglndschaper, Jeanne 1121 7 Sandschaper, Russell 1111 175 Santee, Jack 1101 191 Sark, Susan 1121 42, 64, 66, 82, 157 Saunders, Samuel 1121 23, 41, 157 Sawyer, Marsha 1111 175 Sayles, Susan 1121 140, 151 Schafer, Steven 1101 191 Scheurich, Gretchen 1111 175 Schilling, Steve 1101 191 Schottel, Sharon 1121 157 Schmidt, Jariel 1101 85, 191 Schmidt, Jeanne 1101 36, 191 Schreier, Lawrence 1101 191 Schreier, Randy 1111 175 Schuering, Emilee 1121 157 Schuering, Lorraine 1111 175 scnuier, Marisa 1101 77, 191 Schultheis, William 1101 191 105, 113, 176 Slemp, Roxi 1121 12, 14, 157 Sloan, Glen 1101 191 Smart, Paul 1111 176 Smith, Alan 1111 110 Smith, Belinda 1111 176 Smith, Smith, Cathy 1101 191 Craig 1101 191 Sgith, David 1101 95, 105, Smith, David 1101 191 Smith, Floyd 36, 192 Smith, Kelly 1121 90, 158 Smith, Kipa 1121 26, 158 Smith, Marie 1121 78, 158 Smith, Smith, Ruth 111164, 77, 176 Susan, 1121 73, 158 Thomas, 176 George 1111 100, Thomas, Linda 1121 159 Thomas, Mary 1111 70, 176 Thomas, Peggy 1121 159 Thomas, Timothy 1121 159 Thomeyer, Thomson, Thompson Thompson Thompson John 1101 181, 193 Charlie 1101 95 ,Dina 1111 70, 176 ,Donald 1111 176 Gary 1121 159 Tnbrnpeonf John 1101 181, 193 Thompson, Julia 1121 64, 159 Thompson, Keith 1111 176 Thompson, Nancy 1121 13, 159 Robin 1101 193 Smock, Denise 1101 70, 192 Snyder, Cynthia 1111 176 Sokol, Laurie 1101 192 Sommers, Laura 1101 70, 72, 181, 192 Spahr, Robert 1121 153 Sparkman, Jane 1121 158 Spear, David 1101 192 Speegle, David 1121 74 Spgnce, Jeff 1111 100, 110, 17 Spencer, Christine 1121 58, 64, 82, 156, 158 Speyer, Bruce 1101 36, 85 Spitzmiller, Michael 1101 192 Springer, Mike 1111 176 Stafford, Cathy 1121 82, 83 Stafford, Charles 1101 36, 192 Stasgner, Richard 1111 139, 7 Staires, Susan 1111 176 Stalcup, Lanilea 1111 176 Stanford, Patricia 1121 158 Stansbarger, Debbie 1101 192 Stayton, Robert 1121 158 Stearns, Jeffrey 1101 95, 105 Steele, David 1121 158 Steele, James 1111 64, 90, 176 Steele, Jeff 1101 192 Steele, Robert 1111 80, 176 Steiner, Mary 1111 176 Tidwell, Cynthia 1121 159 Tillman, Cecilia 1111 176 Todd, Diane 110167, 181, 193 Todd, Sharlene 1121 82, 140, 159 Todhunter, Eva 1101 193 Toliver, Marc 1101 193 Tomer, Barbara 1121 70, 72, 140, 159 Toomey, Diane 1101 193 Toomey, Leah 1111 26, 176 Torbert, Barton 1121 65, 158, 159 Townsend, Bruce 1101 193 Tracy, Norman 1121 159 Travis, Cynthia 1111 72 Travis, Linda 1101 193 Treece, Pam 1111 39, 70, 176 Trinder, Ginger 1101 193 Trinder, Harold 1111 176 Tripp, Pamela 1121 59, 86, 140, 141, 159 Trotter, Sara 1101 193 Trowbridge, Marsha, 1111 176 Trussell, Shelley 1111 70, 166, 176 Tschappat, Margaret 1111 176 Tuck, Patti 1101 193 Tudor, Pamela 1111 176 Tuell, Edward 1111 176 Turner, Christina 1101 193 Turner, Fr ances 1121 78, 159 Turner, Mary 1121 78, 159 Walenta, Sydney 1111 177 Walder, Mark 1111 21, 177 Walker, Samuel 1101 193 Walker, William 110183, 101, 114, 193 Wallace, Sarah 1121 160 ihgzgler, Stephen 110188, 181, Walters, Robert 1101 101, 114, 193 Walters, Wendy 1111 166, 177 Wanenmacher, Joe 1101 193 Ward, Deborah 1101 193 Ward, Sharron 1121 159 Warne, Paula 1111 177 Warner, Betsy 1111 20, 77, 166, 177 Warren, Howard 1121 114, 160 Washburn, Gina 1101 193 Washburn, Harlen 1111 177 Washington, Elaine 1111 177 Waterdown, Lakita 1111 70, 177 Watt, Julie 1111 70, 166, 177 Weaver, Charles 1121 106, 108, 160 Weaver, Joni 1101 77, 193 Webb, Julie 1121 55, 160 Webb, Susan 1111 177 Webb, Teresa 1121 160 ihgebster, Kevin 1101 36, 85, 3 Weckstein, Larry 1101 193 Weckstein, Robert 1121 80, 110, 160 Weedn, Robert 1111 90. 113, 177 Weedn, Timothy 1101 194 Weisman, Robert 110136,85, 194 Weir, Tresa 1111 177 Weir, Roxanna 1121 72, 160 Welch, Steven 1101 96, 113 West, Lynn 1111 64, 65, 72, 77 West, Randal 1121 57, 64, 99, 100, 148, 160 Westfall, Lynn 1111 70, 77, 177 Wheeler, Donalu 1111 42, 70, 76, 177 Wheeler, Lawrence 1101 113 Whisenhunt, Catherine 1111 13, 177 White, Becky 1101 36, 194 White, Gayle 1101 194 White, Kenneth 1111 177 White, Pamela 1121 160 White, Sherly 1121 160 lhghitecotton, Carolyn 1101 4 Whitlow, Madeline 1111 70, 77, 166, 177 Whitmore, Betty 1121 160 Whitten, Chad 1101 194 Wickersham, Denna 1121 160 vtgddicombe, Gregory 1101 1 4 Widmar, Michael 111190, 177 Wies, Cherri 1111 177 Wiggins, Michael 1111 177 Wilcox, Michael 111196, 113, 177 Wilde, Steven 1111 177 Wilde, Susan 1111 12, 177 Wilhite, Michael 1111 177 Wilhoit, Elizabeth 1121 160 Wilkerson, Jan 1121 160 Wilkerson, Jessica 1101 194 Wilkins, Carol 1121 161 Wood, Jeffrey 1101 194 Wood, Linda 1121 36, 85, 161 Wood, Patricia 1121 140, 161 Wood, William 1101 194 Woods Wright Wright Wright Wuens Wuens ,Kelley 1121 161 ,Alice 110136,85, 194 ,Arthur 1121 161 ,John 1111 177 chel, John 1101 194 chel, Mary 1111 177 Steinmeyer, Karen 1101 192 Stephens, Shelley 1121 158, 176 Stevens, Stevens, Carol 1101 192 Chris 1101 192 Stevens, Elizabeth 1121 158 Stewart, Janis 1111 176 Stewart, Lindsay 1101 80, 192 Stewart, Richard 1101 80 Stock, Nancy 1111 167, 176 Stockton Toni 10 192 . i J Stoia, Jane 1121 158 Stcgne, Elizabeth 1111 64, 70, 17 Stone, Melinda 1101 192 Stone, Ricky 1121 158 Story, Marianne 1101 192 Story, Stout, Maureen 1111 176 Debbie 1101 192 Paul 1101 95, 105, Scott, Scott, Scott, Darla1111175 Joel 1101 191 Penn 10 191 Y 1 Scott, Sherry C1121 157 Seale, Lawrence 1111 35, 175 Seaman, Stephani 1111 24, 36, 42, 175 See, Barbara 1121 80, 140, 157 Seigel, Kathy 1111 175 Sellers. John 1111 175 Seymour, Lane 1111 175 Sheffield, Kathey 1101 191 Sheffield, Stephen 1101 191 Shgellhorn, Brett 1111 77, 110, 7 Shelton, Rex 1111 110, 175 Shepard. Cheryl 1121 157 Shgpherd, Evelyn 111153, 70, 17 St. Pierre, Phyllis 1121 159 St. Pierre, Suzanne 1101 191 Stratton, Harold 1111 106, 109, 176 Stricklin, Gina 1101 192 Stricklin, Glenda 1111 176 Sggcklin, Gloria 1121 70, 80, Strickland, Jay 1121 36, 66, 159 Strozier, Randall 1101 192 Strozier, Steve 1111 101, 176 Stuber, Shirley 1111 176 Studenmund, Carol 1101 64, 65, 72, 192 Sturner, Jeanne 1101 157 Stlgtsman, Richard 1121 14, 15 Sublett, Clay 1111 53, 166, 176 Summers, Mike 1111 74, 90, 105, 176 Svoboda, Lanell 1121 85, 36, 159 Swafford, Jeffrey 1111 90, 91, 100, 176 Sweeny, Janet 1121 159 Swindell, James 1101 36, 192 Swindle, Janis 1111 77, 176 Sywden, Richard 1101 192 Swyden, Timothy 1101 192 Sylvan, Debbie 1101 192 Turney, Cindy 1121 193 Turney, Mark 1101 193 Twilley, Dale 1111 176 Twyman, Lynn 1101 193 Twyman, Mark 1121 85, 160 Ulman, Susan 1101 70, 72, 180, 181, 193 Vammen, Susan 1101 72, 77, 193 Vanderburg, Tracy 1111 176 Vandever, William 1111 176 Vgtgschoyck, Carol 1111 70, Vesley, Pamela 1121 160 Vssty, Charles 1101 95, 193, 4 Vire, Carolyn 1101 193 Vire, Kenneth 1111 177 Voellar, Roger 1111 177 Voellar, Robert 1101 193 Vogel, Toni 1101 80 Volpe, Robert 1121 160 VonDrehle, Bill 1111100, 110 Wagner, Fred 1111 106, 107, 166, 177 Wagor, Mark 1121 26, 54, 80, 160 Wahl, Virginia 1121 160 Wakely, Linda 1101 193 Waldrup, Randy 1111 177 Waldrup, Roger 110195, 101, 105, 193 Walker, Kathy 1101 193 Wilkinso n, John 1111 177 Willey, Jeannie 1111 177 Williams, Bruce 1121 161 Williams, Christina 1101 194 Williams Williams: Cole 1101 194 Evelyn 1121 161 Williams, James 12 161 Williams Williams 90, 177, l l ,Kathy 1111 70, 177 , Kenneth 1111 ao, 187 194 Young Angela 1121 161 Young, Cindy 1101 194 Yghng, Dorothy Dana 1121 Young, Janet 1101 194 Young, Janice 1101 194 Young, Mary 1101 194 Young, Pete 1121 161 Young, Verhice 1101 194 Williams, Kristin 1111 177 Williams, Lance 1111 177 Williams, Mark 1111 74, 90, 91, 92, 110, 170, 177 lhglhiams, Michael 1101 101, Williams, Regina 1111 177 lhhhiams, Robin 1111 70, 72, Williams, Roger 1101 105, 194 Williams Terry 1101 194 Willis, Cynthia 1121 161 Wilmott, Paul 1111 96, 113, 177 lhglson, Elizabeth 1101 70, 4 Wilson, Franklin 1121 161 Wilson, Jeffrey 1101 194 Wilson. Joyce 1101 194 Wilson, Michael 1121 104, 161 Wilson 113, 194 ,Mikel 110195 Zayat, Carol 1121 82, 161 Zea. Luis 1121 161 Zimmerman, John 1111 177 Zwahlen, Bruce 1111 136 Zwahlen, Janet 1101 67, 194 Wilson, Peter 1101 194 Winford, Beverly 1111 36, 177 Winford, Donna 1101 194 Wing, Melissa 1101 194 Winn, Kirk 1101 194 Wise, Jennifer 1121 161 Withington, Danny 1121 90, 91, 93, 161 Witt, Charles 1111 177 Witt, Douglas 1101 95, 194 Witt, Linda 1101, 194 Wolf, John 1121 82 Womble, Sara 1101 76, 194 Wood, Rieger 1121 161 lhgiod, Daniel 1121 36, 85, 90, Wood, Bruce 1101 194 Wood, Donald 1121 74, 161 index a 203 A NELLY ACUNA-Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress CHIP ADAMS JAN ADCOCK-Medical Club Vice Presi- dent, NHS, Student Congress, Usherettes TERRY AINSWORTH-Band Queen, March- ing Band, NHS, Symphonic Band RICHARD ALDERMAN-Wrestling BILL ALLEN CHERYL ALLEN DEBBIE ALLEN JIM ALLEN-Advertising Board, Basketball, Creative Writing, Letterman's Club KATHY ALLIN MARIA ALVEREZ WILLIAM AMMONS , GARY AMSTUTZ--Advertising Board, All School Play, Chess Club, Debate Club, Marching Band, Medical Club, Stage Band, Symphonic Band, Thespians JUDY AMSTUTZ-Concert Chorus, Senior Board GLENN ANDREWS TOM ANSON-Lettermen's Club, NHS, Swimming STEVE ANTRY-Boy of the Month, Concert Chorus LYNN ARCHAMBO-Marching Band SANDY ARNDT-Court Cutie, Medical Club, Pep Club DEBBY ARWOOD-Advertising Board Vice President, Usherettes President CHRISTY ASHWILL LESLIE ATKINS-Gymnastics Club, NHS, Senior Board, Student Congress, Usherettes B ANTHONY BACHTEL DUANE BAEHLEA MARY ANN BAKIUS-Swimettes TINA BANDIERA MIKE BANKOFF-Basketball STEVEN BARRETT GARY BATTEN BILL BAUGHMAN JEFFERY BAXTER SALLY ANN BEARDEN-Concert Chorus, Pep Club, Thespians MELANIE BEESON--Advertising Board, Mixed Chorus, Pep Club, Red Cross, Senior Board, Student Congress DAVID BEINE BEKKI BELFORD JOANNA BEMORE DAVID BENNETT KAY BEQUETT JIM BEVERLY-Advertising Board, Law Club, Stagecraft HAROLD BINGHAM BOB BIRD BRENDA BLACKSTOCK TRENA BLACKSTOCK-Cheerleader, Court Cutie, Girl of the Month, Miss Edison Can- didate, NHS, Pep Club, Football Queen, Sen- ior Board, Student Congress, Usherettes KATHY BLOYD RENE BOEHM KATHY BOGART GEOFFREY BOLTON CATHERINE BOND DENISE BOONE+MedicaI Club, Pep Club, Red Cross Senior Board LARRY BORN-Adv. Orchestra, Marching Band Drum Maior, Stage Band YVONNE BOUDREAU-Advertising Board, DECA Secretary, Ecology Action, Foreign Language Club, Medical Club NATHANIAL BOWDEN BRENDA BOWDLE-Court Cuties Vice- President, Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress WALT BOWERS GAIL BOWLES-Creative Writing BILL BOWLING-Chess Club, Medical Club, NHS, Swimming JANICE BOYD-DECA JOHN BOYD LINDEN BOYD 204 . Senior Credits Senior Credits BETSEY BRADLEY SCOTT BRADY SUSAN BRADY KENNETH BRANTLEY BILL BRIGHTMIRE-Journalism, Stagecraft VAL BRIGHTON-Thespians, Senior Board JON BRINLEE MAUDIE BROACH JON BROCKSMITH DANA BROWN-Basketball, Law Club, Let- terman's Club MARK BROWN-Golf, Law Club, Letter- man's Club LINDA BROWNING STEVE BROWNLEE-Boy of the Month, Ecology Action, Golf, Key 'Club, Letterman's Club, Medical Club, Mr. Edison Candidate, NHS, Senior Board, Student Congress Vice- President, Student Senate Chairman, Wres- tling DEBBIE BRUTON-NHS, Senior Board, Stu- dent Congress, Usherettes LEONARD BUCHANAN BOB BUCKINGHAM JOE BURCHAM-Football STEVEN BURGESS CATHY BURKETT KAY BURN-Gymnastics Club, Pep Club Squadleader, Red Cross, Senior Board ANN BURNS-"Miss Torch", Pep Club Sec- retary, Yearbook Student Life Editor 'MAC BUTCHER-Ecology Action, Latin Club, Law Club, 'NHS ELIZABETH BUSTER JEANNE BUTLER-Marching Band JIM BYERS-Creative Writing, Mr. Edison XIII, NHS President, Senior Board, Wres- tling, Edison Week Chairman. C JODY CADENHEAD-Court Cutie, Foreign Language Club, Law Club, Mat Maids, Pep Club DON CAHILL CATHY CALDWELL--Advertising Board, Law Club HAL CALVERT JEFF CAMPBELL JENNIFER CARLISLE-Student Congress LAURA CARR BETH CARTER TAMMY CARTER ROGER CASE-Football, Lettermen's Club, Wrestling JANIS CASEBOLT-NHS, Peer Group Coun- selor LEXEY CAVERT-Medical Club, Senior Board, Student Congress PAUL CHANDLER HESTER CHANEY KIM CHRISTESSON-Gymnastics Club BRIAN CHRISTMAN-Chess Club, Latin Club, NHS CINDI CLAIBORNE-Law Club STEVE CLARK SUZI CLARK-Concert Chorus, Student Congress, Thespians DANNY COHEN-NHS, Student Congress MISSY COHENOUR-Student Congress MELODY COLE RON COLEMAN SHERYL COLLINS PENNY COLLUM CARL COMAN RICHARD CONNELY MARK CONWAY-Chess Club, Law Club, Letterman's Club, Tennis ROB CONWAY-Creative Writing, Eyrie Staff, Marching Band, NHS, Senior Board, Senior Class Treasurer, Stage Band, Thes- plans DAN COOK HAZEL COOPER JIM COOPER-Journalism MARGARET COOPER PEGGY COOPER VALERIE COWELL DENISE COX-Pep Club SHARIE COX-DECA Vice-President STEVE CROSSLIN D FRANK DALE-Football, Letterman's Club Treasurer, Senior Board, Gridiron Co-Chair- man DEBI DAMAN--Senior Board BETTE DAVIS CATHY DAVIS l I MATT DAVIS-Adv. Orchestra, Advertising Board KATHY DEAN RICHARD DEFALCO GINNY DECK-NHS, Senior Board OAKLEY DEISENROTH--Key Club, Law Club, Pep Club, Senior Board STEVE DENNIS--Marching Band TOM DEVLIN LADENA DIEDRICH--Court Cutie, DECA, Pep Club J CAROL DILLMAN-NHS, Senior Board, Stu- dent Congress, Usherettes Vice President DAVID DILLON BOB DISNEY DARWIN DOBBS JOY DONOVAN-Cheerleader, Court Cutie, Journalism, NHS, Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress, Usherettes, Yearbook Managing Editor ROSEMARY DORMAN--Adv. Orchestra, Band Queen Attendant, Marching Band, NHS BRENDA DORRIS-FTA, Pep Club, Red Cross County Council President CARRIE DORRIS--Concert Chorus JAMES DOSSEY BONNIE DOWNS RANDY DREW-Football, Letterman's Club FRANK DRISCOLL-Football, Foreign Lan- guage Club, Thespians, Track CHARLES DRISKO JIM DUFFIELD JIM DUNCAN-All School Play, Chess Club, Creative Writing, Senior Board, Student Con- gress, Thespians MARC DUNCAN E THERESA EDWARDS COURT EGGER-Football, Swimming, Track EDWARD ELDER-Senior Board, Student Congress, Yearbook Photography Editor NEAL ELEY-Wrestling JOHN ERNST-Letterman's Club, Senior Board, Swimming JIM ESTUS JAMES EVANS RICHARD EVANS F RHONDA FABES--Basketball Queen Attend- ant, Court Cutie, President, Gymnastics Club, NHS, Pep Club LINDA FANNING-Mat Maids, Pep Club, Yearbook KAREN FARISH-All School Play, Assem- bly Planner, NHS, Senior Board, Student Congress, Thespians GARY FARRAR BILL FARRELL-Letterman's Club, Senior Board, Swimming MARY ANN FARREN GINGER FARTHING-Adv. Orchestra, Cre- ative Writing, Pep Club, Usherettes SUSIE FAST-FTA, Pep Club CATHY FELTS PAULA FENSTER--All School Play, Court Cutie, Creative Writing, Eyrie Business Manager, NHS, Thespians Treasurer, Ush- erettes MITZI FERGUSON-Eyrie Staff, NHS, Pep lub CRAIG FERRIS-Chess Club, Foreign Lan- guage Club, Medical Club, NHS SALLY FIELD-Court Cutie, Eyrie Staff, Law Club, Mat Maids, Pep Club Squad Leader, Senior Board Student Congress CAROL FINDLEY DEBBIE FISCHBEIN-Advertising Board, Court Cuties, Red Cross President, Usher- etles MICHAEL FLEMING LESLIE FOLTZ GEORGE FORD VICKI FORD BECKY FOUST-EAS, Senior Board, Stu- dent Congress JIM FOX-VICA Chaplin RANDY FRANCIS SALLY FREVERT PAULA FRICKE MARGARET FRIES-Pep Club, Senior Board MICHELLE FROST-NHS, Pep Club G JANICE GASPERINO-DECA Parliamentar- ian JOYCE GASPERINO-Distributive Education President MARK GEORGE-Marching Band, Medical Club, NHS, Stage Band, Symphonic Band BONNIE GERBER ELAINE GILLIAT-Advertising Board, Red Cross JAMES GILLISPIE DENNY GILMORE-Pep Club PAT GLADE-Foreign Language Club Vice President, Latin Club, Usherettes LEWIS GLADFELTER-Marching Band, Med- ical Club, Senior Board, Stage Band KIM GLAZER-Assembly Planner, Edison Week Gridiron Chairman, Thespians Vice President DII-ANE GLEASON-Creative Writing, Journ- a ism MICHAEL GLEASON GEORGE GLENN-A Cappela Choir, Thes- plans BARBARA GOLDBERG-Court Cutie, Journ- alism, Pep Club, Thespians, Usherettes SALLY GRABEL MIKE GRAVITT STEVE GRAY-Chess Club, Ecology Action, Latin Club, Law Club, Letterman's Club, Senior Board, Student Congress, Student Congress Chairman, Student Senate, Swim- ming DAVID GREEN-Letterman's Club, Wrestling HELEN GREENE LISA GREENSTREET-Concert Chorus, NHS JODI GREENWOOD-Band Queen Attend- ant, Marching Band, Symphonic Band SHERRI GRIFFIN DEBBIE GRILLY DAVID GRIMSHAW-Creative Writing, Stage- craft DEBBIE GRIMWOOD GREG GROOM-Advanced Orchestra, Marching Band, Student Congress JACK GROSIHANS DIANE GROTH ALICE GRUBB-Football Queen, Attendant, Girl of the Month, Pep Club, Senior Board, Swimettes Vice President, Miss Edison Can- didate ALLEN GRUBB+BasketbaIl, Boy of the Month, Football, Key Club Vice President, Letterman's Club President, Student Con- gress, Track H CINDY HAHN-Court Cutie, Journalism, Mat Maid, Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress JOHNNY HALLFORD CHRISTIE HANAGAN DAVID HANOVER-Advertising Board, Sen- ior Board, Student Congress SHELIA HANSON-Gymnastics Club MIKE HARDISON KARENA HARDT JANICE HARLOW-Gymnastics Club LORRI HARPER-Journalism, NHS, Stage- craft STEVE HARPER CHRIS HARRIS-Golf, Letterman's Club, NHS DEBBIE HARRIS RICHARD HARRISON LES HARVEY JANET HASHAGEN-Journalism JEFF HATCHER--Marching Band KIM HAUGER LINDA HAUSHER RUSSELL HAWKINS-Creative Writing, Key Club Treasurer, 'Marching Band, Mr. Edi- son Candidate MARK HAWLEY-Medical Club, Student Congress, Art Director TERRY HAZEN JIM HEINLEIN STEVE HELLER SUSIE HELLER--Court Cutie, NHS, Pep Club Treasurer, Senior Board, Usherettes ANN HELSLEY-Medical Club KATHY HENSLEY-Senior Board KEN HENSON LINDA HENSON-NHS, Pep Club Squad- leader, Senior Board, Student Congress ELIZABETH HERNDON-Medical Club, Pep Club, Red Cross RICK HERRON-A Cappella Choir, Ad- vanced Orchestra, AII School Play, March- ing Band, Thespians RENEE HlG'HFILL CYNTHIA HILST GARY HIMMMAN BILL HINCH MICHELLE HINZMANN-Foreign Language Club, NHS, Pep Club, Usherettes STEVE HIXON LESLIE HOCKER-Foreign Language Club, Mat Maids, Senior Board, Swimettes VICKIE HOL-COMB STEVE HOLTSCLAW DAN HOOKER-Red Cross, Student Con- gress, Wrestling, Grid-iron Co-Chairman DONALD HOOPERT-Tennis RANDY HOSTETLER HARRY HOTALING DAN HOWE-Computer Club ELLIOT HOWE CONDON HUGHES-Boy of the Month, Con- cert Chorus, Letterman's Club, Medical Club, Mr. Edison Candidate, Mu Alpha Theta, NHS, Senior Board, Swimming VIRGINIA HUIE-Advanced Orchestra, Ad- ertising Board CHARLOTTE HUMAN DAVID HUNT-Advanced Orchestra, March- ing Band, Stagecraft PAM HUNT JIM HUNTER MARY HURN JILL HUTCHISON LARRY HUTCHISON I JAN lHFllG J ARLEN JACOBS MICKEY JACOBS-Foreign Language Club, Yearbook SCOTT JACOBUS BILL JAMES EDDIE JAMES-Marching Band ELLEN JAMES ANDREW JATRES LINDA JEROME TOM JEROME ANN JEWELL DAN JOHNSON JANE JOHNSON RONALD JOHNSON JIM JOHNSTON ROBERT JOHNSTON-Stagecraft DONNA JONES JAMES JONES JOEL JONES KAREN S. JONES-Ecology Action LEE JONES--NHS, Student Congress, Ush- erettes Secretary, Yearbook Senior Editor RUSSELLE JONES SHERYL JONES VERNON JONES-Journalism JON JORDON K MIKE KEATING TERRY KEITH KENNETH KELLY-Thespians VINCENT KEMENDO-Ecology Action, Law Club, Medical Club, Senior Board KATHY KERR SANDY KIDD HUGH KIERIG-Advanced Orchestra, EAS, Marching Band, Thespians DINA KINCAID THERESA KING SHELLEY KINNEAR TOM KIRKPATRICK-Ecology Action, Med- ical Club, Senior Board, Senior Class Presi- dent, Student Congress RUTH KNIGHTON PATRICIA KNOBLOCK-Law Club, Pep Club, Student Congress DOUG KORNE-Football, Wrestling SUSAN KRAFT-Foreign Language Club, NHS, Senior Board, Student Congress Sec- retary, Usherettes SHERYL KREISVELT MARK KUSKE L MARK LAIRD MARTIN LAIRD JILL LALICKET REBECCA LARKINS KATHY LAWSON BOB LEBLANC BRIAN LEBOLD+Marching Band, Yearbook DONNA LEE LISA LEIKAM-Court Cutie, Journalism, Law Club, Mat Maids, NHS, Pep Club, Squad- leader, Senior Board, Student Congress, Usherettes, Yearbook Editor DEBBIE LEWIS-Journalism, NHS, Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress, Swimmettes, Usherettes REGINA LIERLY KEVIN LIKE DENISE LINCOLN SUSAN LIPE JUDY LITTLE DONNA LOSEY-Gymnastics Club, NHS MARY LOWERY--Basketball Queen, Cheer- leader, Court Cutie, Gymnastics Club, NHS, Pep Club, Senior Board, Student Congress, Usherettes LISA LUCAS-Concert Chorus, NHS, Senior Board JIM LUKER RHONDA LUKER-Concert Chorus, Senior Board, Student Congress JEAN LUKOWITCH-Advanced Orchestra, Ecology Action, Marching Band TERRY LYON-Swimming M HILARY MAHIN TOM MANESS MAX MANTOOTH-Football SAMANTHA MARDER DAN MARTIN JAN MARTIN-Thespians, Creative Writing, Stagecraft 'MINDY MASEK PATTY MAULDIN-NHS, Marching Band, Orchestra JIM MCNULTY TERRY MCGUIRE KATHLEEN MCGUIRK-Court Cutie ALLAN MCINTOSH JOHN MCKINNEY SANDY MCNEILL+Letterman's Club, Golf MARSHA MCRUIZ-NHS MIKE MCUSIC-NHS, Foreign Language Club, Mixed Chorus 'BECKY MILLER JOHN MILLER LORI MILLER-Student Congress, Yearbook, Gymnastic Club, Court Cutie MIKE C. MILER-Letterman's Club, Baseball MIKE F. MILLER MIKE J. MILLER-Student Congress Presi- dent, Student Senate, Senior Board, Ecology Action IRENE MILLIS BETSY MITCHELL-NHS JAMES MOORE-Student Congress, Adver- tising Board, Creative Writing, Senior Board LYNN MORGAN-Pep Club JERRY MOSKOWITZ-Stagecraft TOM MUNN-NHS, Stage Band, Marching Band MATT MURPHY Senior Credits 0 205 PAUL MURPHY-Student Congress, Senior Board JOHN MURRAY-Thespians, Stagecraft PAT MURTA-Debate Club, Chess Club CYNDY MYRICK-FTA President, DECA KATHY NALLEY MIKE NALLEY-Boy of the Month SUSAN NANNY JIM NATHAN--Debate Club, Ecology Action President JUDY NELSON-Law Club, Stagecraft PETER NELSON STEVE NEWCOMB-Debate Club, Letter- man's Club, Track, Cross Country, Student Congress ANN NEWTON-NHS BILL NILLES-Basketball CRAIG NOEL LORNA NUNNELY-Pep Club, DECA O BILL ODEN-Football, Letterman's Club BILL O'MElLlA DANELLE OSBORN AYHEN OZARES P CAROL PARKER JOYCE PARKER RICHARD PARKS LARRY PATTERSON-Letterman's Club, Swimming RUSS PATTERSON-Letterman's Club, Foot- ball, Track, Senior Board, Law Club, Stage- craft VICKI PANSE-Pep Club, Mat Maids MARK PAYTON ALAN PEEPLES-Stage Band, Marching Band DEBBY PERLICH-Concert Chorus TERRY PERRIN-NHS, Thespians President, Usherettes, Student Senate, Creative Writ- ing, Journalism, Eyrie Staff Co-Editor, Ecol- ogy Action CONNIE PETERS-Senior Board, Pep Club, Gymnastics Club GERIANN PINION-Medical Club, Law Club SEAMUS PINION-Ecology Action JO PITCHER-Marching Band, Advanced Orchestra CHIP POSNER-Marching Band, Stagecraft DAVID POWELL-Senior Board, Concert Chorus, Law Club JANICE POWELL-Advanced Orchestra Q SHELLEY QUINN-Thespians, Stagecraft, DECA R WADE RANDALL TINA RAUCH DEBBIE RAYBURN-Pep Club GINGER READ-FTA, Pep Club, Court Cutie SUSAN REDMAN BETSY REED BETTY REED ALAN REEDER CARL REIBERT-Marching Band, Advanced Orchestra LINDA REID-Swlmettes, Student Congress, Pep Club Vice President, Swimming Queen Attendant RICK RHINE-Senior Board DAVID RICHARDS JULIE RICHARDS-NHS, Usherettes ZINA RICHARDSON-Marching Band, Ad- vanced Orchestra DICK RIDLEY-Medical Club, Student Con- gress, Senior Class Vice President, Ecology Action PETE RIDLEY-Student Congress, Golf EILEEN RIGGS-NHS GLENN ROACH GLENDA ROBERTS ALLEN ROBINSON-Computer Club MARY ROBOHM-Advanced Orchestra 206 e Senior Credits DEBBIE RODGERS CHRIS RODRIGUES PAULA RODGERS-Yearbook, Senior Board, Pep Club, Football Queen Attendant, Miss Edison Candidate, Girl of the Month LINDA ROGERS-NHS PAM ROPER MADELINE ROSS-Miss Edison XVI, Girl of the Month, Thespians, Student Congress, Creative Writing, Journalism, Senior Board, Eyrie Staff, Concert Chorus HARRY ROUSE-NHS, Marching Band, Stage Band SUE RUCKER-Pep Club President, Miss Edison Candidate, Gymnastics Club, Girl of the Month, Football Queen Attendant, Court Cutie WAYNA RUMLEY-Latin Club, Usherettes, Student Congress, Senior Class Social Chairman, Pep Club, Marching Band PRISCILLA RUSSELL-Swimettes S KEILH SACKETT-Stage Band, Marching Ban JEANNE SANDSCHAPER SUSAN SARK--NHS, Thespians, Usherettes, Stagecraft SAM SAUNDERS-Debate SUSAN SAYLES-Thespians, Usherettes, Student Congress STEVE SCAGGS SHARON SCHOTTEL EMILEE SCHUERING BARBARA SEE-Senior Board TRUDY SHAFER MAURY SHORT LYNN SHOUSE GRANT SIMMONS-Swimming SUSIE SINGER-Senior Board SHARON SIPES-NHS, Usherettes, Student Congress, Journalism, Pep Club SHELLEY SLAGLE-- Usherettes, Senior Board, Pep Club ROXI SLEMP-Yearbook Academic Editor, Journalism, Senior Board, Student Congress, Ecology Action BARBIE SMITH-Swimettes President, Stu- dent Congress KELLY SMITH-Letterman's Club, Football KIPA SMITH SUSAN SMITH-NHS, Advertising Board, Court Cutie Treasurer TOM SOUTHERLAND BOB SPAHR SUZANNE SPARKMAN DAVID SPEEGLE-Letterman's Club, Foot- ball CHRIS SPENCER-Thespians, Student Con- gress Treasurer, Senior Board, Concert Chorus STEVE STAMPER I TRICIA STANFORD-Red Cross, Senior Board, Pep Club BOB STAYTON DAVID STEELE-Golf SHELLEY STEPHENS-Red Cross, Law Club NELSON STEPHENSON JANE STEVENS-NHS, Eyrie Staff, Stage- craft JANE STOIA RICK STONE PHYLLIS ST. PIERRE DENNY STRICKLAND GAIL STRICKLIN-Usherettes, Marching Band, Law Club JEANNE STURNER RICHARD STUTSMAN-Journalism LANELL SVOBODA-NHS, Marching Band, Advanced Orchestra SALLY SWANK-Usherettes, Senior Board, Pep Club JANET SWEENY T LEAH TAN KERSLY JENNIFER TANNER TONY TERHORST--Advertising Board, "Stu- dent Congress, Foreign Language Club SHELDON TERNING CHARLES MARK TETER--Marching Band MARK S. TETER-NHS, Key Club, Medical Club, Marching Band Drum Major, Stage Band LINDA THOMAS PEGGY THOMAS-NHS, Student Congress, Concert Chorus GARY THOMPSON JULIA THOMPSON NANCY THOMPSON-Yearbook Underclass- men Editor JIM THORA-Thespians, Concert Chorus CYNDY TIDWELL SHARLENE TODD-Thespians, Senior Board, Stagecraft BARBARA TOMER-Red Cross, Senior Board, Pep Club, Court Cutie Secretary BARTON TORBERT-Law Club NORMAN TRACY-Creative Writing, Stage- craft PAM TRIPP-Student Congress, Senior Class Treasurer, Concert Chorus FRANCES TURNER-Swimettes MARY TURNER-Swimettes MARK TWYMAN-Stage Band, Advanced Orchestra V PAM VESLEY ROBERT VOLPE W JOHN WADLIN MARK WAGOR-Law Club H. B- WARREN-NHS, Letterman's Club, Golf MIKE WEAVER-Letterman's Club, Swim- ming JULIE WEBB TERESA WEBB BOB WECKSTEIN-Letterman's Club, Base- ball, Basketball, Mr. Slob ' ROXANNA WEIR-Student Congress, Senior Board, Pep Club, Court Cutie RANDY WEST-Letterman's Club, NHS, Bas- ketball, Student Congress, Senior Board, Concert Chorus, Mr. Edison Candidate PAM WHITE SHERYL WHITE CLAY WHITTEN DENNA WICKERSHAM BETSY WILHOIT JAN WILKERSON CAROL WILKINS BRUCE WILLIAMS l EVELYN WILLIAMS-Advertising Board, Concert Chorus JIM WILLIAMS-NHS, Medical Club CYNDY WILLIS-Court Cutie FRANK WILSON , MIKE WILSON-Letterman's Club, Wrestling JENNIFER WISE DAN WITHINGTON-Football GAIL WITT l JOHN WOLF-Ecology Action DAN WOOD-Key Club, Football DON WOOD LINDA WOOD-Marching Band, Advanced Orchestra l PATTY WOOD-Student Congress, Senior Board RIEGER WOOD-Senior Board, Concert Chorus KELLY WOODS-DECA ARTHUR WRIGHT Y ANGELA YOUNG-Pep Club DOROTHY YOUNG PETE YOUNG-Advertising Board SUSAN YOUNG Z CAROL ZAYAT LUIS ZEA 1973 TDFZCH STAFF Editor: Lisa Leikam Managing Editor: Joy Donovan Advisor: Sandra L. Benson Academics Editor: Roxi Slemp Staff: Paula Rodgers Activities , Editor: Ann Burns Staff: Julie Price Administration Editor: Jeri Sims Staff: Susan Wilde Copy Edlt0fZ Safa Ross Groups Editor: Darcy Reynolds L Staff: Lori Miller Photography Editor: Edward Elder Staff: Denis Abercrombie Scott Dunitz Bill Effron Brian Lebold Mark Lubin Seniors Editor: Lee Jones Staff: Mickey Jacobs Sports Editor: Jim Ernst Staff: Linda Fanning Underclassmen Editor: Nancy Thompson Staff: Cathy Whisenhunt ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Cornelius Photography McGovern Campaign Headquarters Enterprise Photography Nixon Campaign Headquarters Lori Harper Lloyd Tomberlin Hunter Publishing Company Webster's Third New World Dictionary 26 15 231 Kas- H 153.5 , .igvg 1. w lv' 1 ,seq 2312 ,. ,HJ 1 . .. fbi -fr! 592. nr A rr- , QEPQQ 149: my . gi QNSON 10,00 5 MSR 0Kl,4,c! Q X SANDRA 104 4' 34,5 Q 3, Qk jf! YV, " 0l1fMf no YW N ,p S Q5 0 9' 'X 'SY' us ' 4' X XQQXQR' 41,9 03" X I X A Academics . 216 Activities . 22i . ,Y - .,,, 11' ,,.. k'L 7f'H f k f wan..-F Groups Q 236 People ' 250 'WC f 2 ,.. we t x Ei X K 'K QAK t.. 5 A K .,. A, ,,.,m,,.tf,Q QM., .,.,.,t...s.s,.,q,3,?9f L s F an as s. gf, 4. fins. , -qgxgf unaware,- 2 At birth we were gifted with five senses. As little children we opened our eyes and ears to see and listen to the world around us. Maturity brought a muffling of our thoughts through useless clusters of words that stifle communication. Let us find a way to let ideas and feelings flow smoothly and return as children, sensitive to our surroundings. I W 215 1 4 4 1. belonging or relating to the b philosophy of Plato 2. of, eo ' ' nging to, or associated an academy or school esp. higher learning 3. formed by training or association 4. learned but inexperienced in or unable to cope with the of practical reality 5. based on formal study at an in- of learning, esp. of learning 6. ng to literary or art 7. meeting standards or from the teachings of UQ 1. Sorting through the titles for the class project, a film version of "Romeo and Julietu is Heather Turner. 2. Putting finishing touches on their geometric desi ns are Grant Kerr, Austin Hansen, ghuck Bigbie and David Tarbel. 3. Threading the projector so his classmates can preview their movie is Bill Barbre. 4. Class "clown", Otto Duffield does his math in a unique spot. Is he suspected of cheating? No! 218 Q Communications XJ universal set maps Q1 te it U union of set nun set fe fi in a set ber of a the Everybody lVlust take English and math each year which limited our enthusiasm for the courses. We learned about participal phrases, disjunctive pronouns and how to find the square root of 144. Maybe someday we will need to figure out one of these impossible mathematical story problems or be able to tell our children what a predicate adjective is. So until then we'll keep trying to learn these subjects for application in the future. Mathematics n 219 220 . Science Discovering the anatomy of a frog in biology, how to use water displacement in physical science or learning a hodge-podge of facts in life science, was all apart of the world of science. Who cares about these things? We should, because the sciences help explain to us how and why the world ticks. , Q5 "1u1'?5r t 5 Owe l. s , Saw'- ge"a-2 We read of our country's beginnings and foundations And about the background of Oklahoma which makes our state one of a kind. Why read of the past when we live for the future? Let us read from the pages once again to learn from our mistakes so that we may benefit and profit from them in the future. sinvf""':f 1. Cutting up in class are Alice Brock and Eric Graham. 2. "Let's see now -where is Tulsa?" Reno Larson, Matt Kramer and Fred Clear get a lesson in geography. 3. Lifting up the cage lid, picking up and teasing the gerbil is Milton Berry. 4. It only smells like they are extermi- nating the moths at Edison. In truth, David Bringance and his class are determining the melting point of a solution. 5. "I wonder if I got an is what Kevin Chronic is thinking as he looks for his Eoster. 6. Pretty maids all in a row are the girls in Mrs. arl's third hour geography class. Social Studies . 221 ...I Foreign languages were not required in jr. high. So, many of us took them just for our own benefit. There is something special about saying "how are you" in a different tongue, or being able to understand every third word or so on the French lesson on educational television. Learning another peoples' language helps us to understand that people all over the world are like ourselves with minor variations. Gym suits strenous exercises, uncovering muscles we never Knew we had, and sports, gymnastics and dance to display our coordination with the rest of the class. Sometimes other classes seemed almost easier because we could sit and use our brains instead of our bodies. 1. Peking is not the only place in the world where expert ping pong is played. anny Hodges and Billy Dooling exhibit their skill. 2. Second hour rench Students Marci Rhoades, Cynthia Mongres and Jon Glazer practice their dialogue. 3. First hour Spanish class lives another exciting day. 4. Catching up on the latest news are Leslie Ervin. Susie Grant, Virginia Mills, Diedra Steel, Kelly Mayfield and Diane Martin. 5. Junior high girls enjoy playing volleyball. Physical Education o 223 .nv-Q. J 3 14 ff' W", li '31 28,1 yi. ,-,Mu s ,, N 4 i' r' 41 1- ,5 - WUI? Q 1 , ,ig 's V .J 44' r 1-.v', ' H: ..,f""'f..v.-1- 1 U M ,A 4 X. K Ur. , 1 . J 'gi r 1 :lf Q K, lf. f iff?-.-'v kdm. xwxnwn " A W V w nu, 51 2, M - K , gn wtwflv A ,.' 1.2.0, E-vt 1 .,..,,., 1+- '!I'.' MV- f , I9 W' S Yr 1,06-i-f' rf f, .rlb H N""GO.v f V 73 1. Preparing blocks for linoleum printing are Jay Jackman and Walt Flynn. 2. Rehearsing a patriotic number in their vocal music class are Leslie Gladfelter and Dana Wallace. 3. Could it be that Danny Brogden will never grow up on his sousaphone? :fi 1' mv any 'HQ 224 0 Fine arts ,Q To escape into a room for 70 minutes a day to release creativity onto a piece of paper, a block of wood, into a sheet of music, or into a dramatic reading was satisfying. The fine arts are refreshing because we each created something by ourselves to express part of us. Maybe we couldn't all be a Piccasso, sing like an angel, or be as dramatic as Orson Wells, but we are on the road to finding out. l X 4. Making plans for a skit are Matt Cramer, Greg Duke, Cole Haney and Sheila Burke. 5. Constructing a stage in art class is Daniel Degase. 6. Showing a teachers frequent desire, Miss Slagle, junior high speech teacher is tying up Gail Sinclair. Fine arts . 225 X if-' ,v:'1"JM, ,,,...,..s,:V ,wr , . N . K if fats. iss i 1. Stirring her mixture is Laurie Geren as Debra Carter and Patti Ennis look on. 2. Matt Richards works industriously on his woods project. 3. We find Grechen Foltz laying out a pattern. 4. Working on a business letter in typing are Flick lVlcCung and Ken James. 5. The sound of grating steel is music to the ears of Bobby Pennington, as Jeff Kellum and Flusty Phillips finish their project. 226 .Industrial arts Q Q all if is y ' as as al? gi g Q -1: My-naw Kit- 5' ' . :. I-Y A ,ieg--w1.,f:.w-ef -.-- r - , rss 1 S :lt ft '02 M, .. -. in-ii' Wa :A B -f-1- fm 'h ",kkk 1 M-.2 ' .. , ,W k .V ' -I Q , A-an-If X-N...v,,. Susie Homemaker was taken seriously for the first time. We were given apron strings and sewing needles. We used trial and error over and over again. We couldn't sew a coat or cook up a gourmet meal, but we are proud to say we made it through basic train We learned the business skills ing! because our older brothers and sisters told us to or because we thought it was neat. We wouldn't have believed it if someone would have told us how much our skills would someday help us. 5 S-...fun-...V 4,95 ,, MP ww HomemaMng.227 7 7777777777 1 N , 1 L 7 1. the qualities or states of being active. 2. physical motions or exer- cises 'of force as a: vigorous or en- ergetic actions bz adroit or skillful physical actions. 3: natural or normal functions or operations. 4a: actuating forces. b: creative agencies or processes. 5a: oc- cupations, pursuits, or recreations in which a person is active b: forms of organized, supervised and often extracurricular recrea- tion. Ga: the characteristics of acting graphicaly or of promoting a ra-pid reaction. 7: organizational units for performing specific func- tions. Edison is a building made up of four walls and a ceiling, but our school is more - cream-colored lockers lined the halls, classrooms filled to capacity with rows and rows of desks, and the main office with ladies that bustled around on a busy day. When the bell rang, the building would spring alive to the mass confusion and chaos between classes. Seventh graders looking for some quickly found mischief to take part in, girls walking very slowly and nervously chatting while keeping their eyes on a certain fellow, and unsuspecting boys hurrying to get to their next class - it at yyyg v Q 230 Q Junior High Candids 1 -9922511 'I' ,ilfi ' . 4, J. are . f-W, If - M- ,A-e,,33,qf : 'v I ,fliiii V ::. xii k Wifi, r or t , QE 5 :HW f U I ai-.Q ...al w i , -0 "-H-wa-,.........,,,,,, 1. While the clock is racing, Margaretta Ballard and Jeff Willhite race each other to solve a math problem. 2. Before the bell rings for class to begin, Chris Booth converses with a friend. 3. Instead of climbing the wall, Steve McCain, Mark Gray, Pam Edwards, Sharon Shirt, Sheryl Horner, and Edith McDaniels merely attempt to jump out the window. 4. In order to finish his math homework, Terry Gilmore works in the library. 5. An art student's representation of Adolf Hitler is displayed in the showcase. K -,-t gi M Some took pride in the Junior High, others did not. But each of us realized sometime that school was a meeting place for people to be together and behind a classroom door awaited perhaps just one speck of knowledge that we are all here to communicate and share our thoughts with the people around us- isn't that what it's all about? 232 . Junior High Candids 1. Quarterback, Mitch Ross succeeds in getting off another pass to evade the Skelly defenders. 2. Skelly's defense proves to be too much for Mitch Ross. 3. Football Queen, Miss Hayden Hull, is escorted by Ronnie Brown. 4. Quick! Somebodygo out for a pass! 5. Escorted by Mitch Ross, the ninth grade atten- dant, Miss usan Daniel, admires her corsage. Junior High Candids . 233 4 4 A. , 'ng W 1 -air? 'N A lm. ,-vom, M .4 u 1. Students take a shortcut through the parking lot to their next class. 2. A big job for DeeAnn Shellhorn and Ellen ipes is working in Mr. Collin's office. 3. The pass that Flob Auerbach carries is out of the or- dinary. 4. Searching her locker for her books is Barbara Brown. 5. A broken leg doesn't mean Mark Graham can't get around. 6. Many students meet in the foyer before school. ,ir 1 5 SJ' I fi 3 234 . Junior High Candids X Good times came when we least expected them We never dreamed how easily we could mix business with pleasure! Going to school day after day is repetitious, but thanks to those five mintue snowball fights, writing notes to our buddies and doing embarrassing things like tripping up the stairs, we broke the monotony and put alittle spice back into our daily lives Junior High Candids 235 1. two or more figures las in sculpture or paintingl forming a distinctive unit complete in itself or forming part of a larger composition. 2. a relatively small number of individuals as- sembled or standing together - com- pare CROWD. b. an assemblage of objects regarded as a unit because of their comparative segregation from others. 3. a number of individuals bound together by a community of in- terest, purpose, or function: as 1. a social unit comprising individuals in continuous contact through intercom- munication and shared participation in activities toward some commonly accepted end. 2. government repre- sentative of all the great social groups. 3. a relatively small number of persons associated formally for a common end or drawn together through an affinity of views or inter- ests. b. a number of students taking part in the same educational or ex- tracurricular activities. A power plant Was placed in the Student Council's hands -- We were given the choice of how we would use it. We were the only active governing body inthe school so it was up to us to make decisions - We sponsored school functions and money making projects, We were responsible for our successes and failures. We liked having a taste of being on our own for the first time. 3 .W f., .Q ' ,. - 1. Mr. Gerard, the Student Council sponsor. 2. The officers of Student Council: Scott Zarrow, Eresidentg Susan Daniel, corresponding secretaryg Elaine Howard, vice presidentg Robin obinson, recording secretaryg Andy Marzec, treasurerg Philip Richards, parliamentariang hang around the school. 3. Student Council members take time out to play in the snow. 238 . Student Council L Q - 9 A 4. The members of Student Council: Flow 1, E. Howard, vice presidentg Mr. Gerard, sponsor, S. Zarrow, president, A. Marzec, treasurer, B. Robinson, recording secretary, P. Richards, parliamentarian. Row 2, S. Johnson, S. Knighton, S. Steed, S. Clarke, J. King, K. Brown, M. McAfee, M. Bryan, J. Richards, C. Kisler, C. Carter, L. Covington. Row 3, T. Stubbs, S. Forsman, S. Daniel, S. Degen, J. Wilkerson, K. Murphy, M. Bhoades, S. Schweitser, J. Farish, A. Brock, C. Fioasch, E. Cleveland, N. Whelan, J. Stell, A. Nicholson, L. Conard, S. West, V. Lambert, A. Herndon, P. Edwards, C. Haralson, L. Saubert, M. Leland, J. Gamboe, S. Durbin, S. Horner, M. Baker, J. Price. Row 5, B. Boswell, J. Oden, K. McKay, C. Foltz, B. Mawlsby, W. Kirst, J. Moellers, C. Liebendorfer, E. McDaniel, J. Walker, D, Reeves, B. Ta lor, M. Allen, S. Wood, D. Crouch. 5. Scott Zarrow conducts an important Student Council meeting. Student Council . 239 We came forth with help. Aquillas took out an hour per day to aid other's needs. Some were escaping the horrors of another class or were doing it because it was fun. Regardless of the motive, we were helping and contributing to school life. Sounds fishy? We were the underwater world of the junior high. Lime Floats dove right into a year of syncronized swimming and came through learning that acquiring the grace of the ballet artist, the skills of agymnast and the lungs of a fish doesn't come easily. 240 . Aquillas , , . M-ii 1. Aquillas: Row 1, L. Reed, D. Martin, M. Cox, S. Logsdon, T. Stubbs, K. Kramer, M. McClung, L. Perr man, D. Forsman, S. Daniel, J. Stone, J. Ferguson, B. Shouse. Flow 2, P. Staires, D, Shellhorn, K. Murray, L. Hooke, J, Bruton, Fl. Crosby, N. Parker, A. Makeia, S. Grant, L. Conard, J. Bowers, C. Flausch, L. Neblett. Bow 3, S. White, B. Hanna, J. Pollak, L. Henderson, D. Waldon, V. Lambert, L. Dale, L. Emerson, K. Mayfield, L. Dick, C. Gass, S. Degen, M. Jerome, J. Schirmer. Flow 4, B. Ernst, D. Christman, M. Ainsworth, S. Perkins, B. Walls, S. Bowling, E. Sipes, B. Brown, B. Fredericks, K. Vanschoyck, A. Herndon, A. Micholsn, L. Anderson, J. Jones. Row 5, B. Hale, L. Haglund, D. Wright, B. Mason, L. Morris, L. Laughlin, D. Caruthers, L. Glider, L. Bobek, L. Swearingen, K. Hutto, K. MacArther, H. Thomspon. 2. Serving when needed are Nancy Parker and Becky Hale. .-,.-.p,..- My l l l ,W " Tiff, .,,... A ' A A nlffzfkiikf ,,, ' 14 -4' .. 5, ,Sf H , , .ln . f. .-f. ,,Vk fat.. Li' 1 viii '. 1"" fC" . .rt sy- -1 7'57'f " 15'fff-.f '-'L - fs t Q Fi, ..as.'a.-- a 1-G5 J. t .4139 i , 'five ' Y i M521 ,. . .. 'Qin , 1, l --QQ' . ' Tfttffi .fttifwfpgl 'i' .W 1. f . -+ -f 11. 1' t fl Q6 .4 .52 ' -1211. 31 ggi . .. ,K ., . f1-- t r-,ty , . .12 . . af. ,V., ,,h. ' L'Lb . .195 L - ' .v X . L ma- " - my ,,., 1.-'gt :, - - L .f tags- W - ' ff' "" W' F ' . ff if ,. ' - -,H .Ltff52?+.ff,5':tg-ifwt--. -' - " ami? M" i i if - . Av.. . 3 Q Y 3 .gf -mm., 5, 'f--Q Q- ' A. "f, 1'k.vfr1-73 3. Lime Floats: Row 1, J. Richards, D. Stark, A. Eckard. Flow 2, S. Clark, C. Isaacson, D. Lee, C. Stratton, A. Fanning. Row 3, S. Degen, T. Stubbs. Row 4, G. Foster, S. Lee, K. Coman, K. Wagner, L. Grant, S. Burke, K. Hughes. Row 5, B. Haglund, M. Marsh, J. Covington, J. Wilkerson, K. Murphy. Row 6, Mrs. Hall, sponsor, L. Anderson. S. Parrish, C. Halloway, S. Speyer, S. Walker. 4. Attempting to achieve perfection, Juli Covington practices her ballet leg. 5. Girls in Lime Floats are working on one of their many formations. Lime Floats a 241 1. Girls Glee Club: Row 1, J. Wilkerson, S. Marley, J. Brewer, K. Murphy, D. Burton, C. Cox, L. Bodkin, L. Gladfelter. Row 2, L. Jones, D. Marint, A. Boles, A, Davis, P. Campbell, G, Kreitmeyer, L. Dick, E. Hulse, Flow 3, S. Bowling, P. Volpe, L. Calhoori, T. Boyles, S. Somers, A. Green, J. Stewart, M. March, D. Floberts. Flow 4, J. Farish, S. West, A. Matetich, M. McClung, D. Hillis, J. Saubert, C. Melton, J. Jackman, A. Creighton. 2. Sharing the music makes the singing more enjoy- able. 3. Girls Glee Club: Flow 1, L. Jones, D. Wallace, J. Collins, C. Fredericks, W. Likings, S. Clark, M. Coe, S. Shellhorn, L. Neblett. Plow 2, C. Parks, D. Lewis, N. Grayson, V. Sheriff, L. Ervin, Ft. Long, D. Vandiver, N. Robinson. Row 3, S. Iverson, D. Brannon, S. Gass, B. Fredericks, N. Moore, L. Anderson, J. McDonald, J. McDonald. 4. The reward for working on asong is hearing the song. 242 . Girls' Glee Club + if . .5 5 4..,f V ' r ' 'Q , . . 1. 'a f f Wanted: Requirements: good voice, spirit and the desire to have fun lwith a little work tool. Needed for school sponsored activities, must enjoy performing with no pay. If interested contact Mrs. Ashcraft, director. l 6 R ,of'f'T"f' ., i -P lbw 7 , 5. Standing up helps the singing. 6. Boys Glee Club: Row 1, J. McClendon, M. Kriegsman, S. Cline, C. Bretanus, L. Bur- nett, D. Ault, E. Lierly, . Fergus, K. Douglass, J. Carlson, L. Matin, J. West, F. White. Row 2, G. Williams, M. Kreidler, J. Brightmire, S. Heath, D. Alaback, M. Bryan, S. McCain, S. Buchan, S. Kelley, K. Crsslin, C. Miller, P. Wuenschel, M. Na- tiona. Row 3, S. Goodpaster, P. McDonald, B. Bobek, D. Bos- well, N. Kopp, L. Roberts, F. Schneider, G. Kerr, D. Martin, D. Dale, M. Watkins, J. Holderman, R. Wilson, T. Luker. Row 4, G. Fuller, D. Perlich, G. Robinson, K. Brown, J. Walker, D. Crouch, R. Hilst, T. Denton, B. Coulter, M. Wuenschel. 7. Sponsor, Mrs. Ashcraft sings along with the Glee Club. Boys' Glee Club . 243 '- 9'3"5," Q P I C ki n g u p towels had to be done along with sorting and counting them. We were the ones who did the busy work such as, taking roll call, leading exercises and checking showers. The job wasn't glamorous, but it was all in the day and life of a Leader Corps. Drama club was designed for those freaky hambones who love to act. We couldn't resist being under the spotlight to perform - Whether it be on or off stage, we agree with Shakespeare, that "all the world is a stage". 244 . Leader Corps 1 X 1. The members of Leader Corps, Row 1, A. Weddle, P. Staers, K. Murphy, D. Shellhorn, S, Williams, A. Herdon. Row 2, C. Rausch, S. West, B. Hanna, L. Hen- derson, K. Kramer, J. Jones, T. Stubbs, J. Wilkerson, E. Grossbard, C. Anderson, S. Logsdon. Row 3, J. Saubert, C. Holloway, L. Laughlin, A. Greer, E. Stewart, B. Fredricks, Miss Alford, J. Anderson, J, Crosslin, J. McDonald. 2. Two Leader Corps always find time to play in the towel bin. -vit it ,Q , ,il , ff D. ve z'l4Y:-I 'Cx .14 655' 'uni 3. Behearsing for the play Ugly Duckling are Drama club members Whitney Beck and Tab Cohen. 4. A speech demonstration is presented by Sheri Wells, Tod Har- rison, Tab Cohen and Leslie Kahn. 5. Drama Club, Row 1, A. Eckard, L. Strozier. J. Hoffman, L. Haglund, B. Bakey. Bow 2. D. Hubbard. S. Goodpaster. Row 3, L. Turner, J, Fell, M. Moore, D, Hodgson, K. Kirkpatrick, B. Haglund, A. Burlingame. Bow 4, K. Briggs, S, Bowling. Bow 5, B. McCormick, S. Sommers, D. Lee, M. Burin- game, R. Biffe. Drama Club 0 245 Publications were left up to the Advertising Board to insure that the newspapers had readers. lt was a job worth doing, delivering llluminators, selling calendars, kept us in touch with the school around us and gave us a sneak preview to the Senior High. Fled Cross was formed to start us on our way to the duties of a Red Cross volunteer. This was an introduction into community service - We desired to serve and to feel needed as we helped others as well as ourselves. 1. Fted Cross, Row 1, Mrs. Williams, M. Sezle, treasurer: S. Hartz, president, P. Patton, secretary, C. Brownlee, vice president. Bow 2, C. Kisler, S. Smith, C. Ford, L. Borochoff, L. Tesh, J. Brightmire, T. Estus, J. Alley, D. Booth, L. Gilpin. Flow 3, T. Winn, A. Fanning, Ft. Crosby, D. Lewis, M. Jones, K. Wagner, S. Whitmore, J. Letcher, S. Smith, M. Jerome, M. Wenger. Fiow 4, J. Holderman, M. McCIung, R. Long, D. Gates, R. Sheffield, L. Browning, K. Kramer, T. Crews, B. Swindell, M. Mooberry, K. Eckard. 2. Members of the Red Cross enjoy planning their meetings. 3. The people who attend club meetings listen attentively to the sponsor. 246 . Bed Cross f had i 4 QKS. 4. President, Patty Acuna, often discusses Advertising Board with Francis. Bow 3, J. Elder, G. Chaney, B. Townes, C. Thompson, H. Har- sponsor, Mr. Boyd. 5. Advertising Board: Row 1, P. Acuna, preside-ritz twell, G. Sinclair, J. Ferguson, J. Hill. Row 4, M. Kreidler, D. Glade, M. W. Bebk, vice president, D. Hick, secretary. Row 2, P. Ennis, S. Fields, C. DeFalce, S. Propst, K, Briggs, A. Nicholson. Advertising Board . 247 1 J rrrss r J 1 ff E hh ssss G ' .g In 2 i D i LS' 'QE 3' 5 fl ft - 9 -i ' 1" i ' s v 5 l K, s N sf X ' 1 .1 giigi Stamping little white cards and overdue notices was half the fun of being a library aide. We realized Mr. Dewey didn't seem like such a bad guy after filing book after book back into its rightful place. .4-1' We organized into a doing club. With an admiration for French as our common interest, we learned more about the country and its people. Our club came alive and helped us see language as another valuable form of communication. Enjoying the numerical world is not shared by all, but, to those in Math Club G it was fun and mind bending. We were willing to take on digits anytime. G 2 'uf 1315 I, 1 1. Discussing the next Math Club meeting are officers, reporter, Pat K. Hughs, P. Garoutte. Row 2, Mrs. l-lughes, R. Powers, C, Gelonek, K, Garoutteg president, Jim Walkerg sponsor, Mrs. Wardg Secretary, Jane Helmers, L, Redding, C. Halloway, S. Proffitt, M. Manderscheid, S. Par- Conwayg and photographer. Gary Moore. 2, Math club, Row 1, B, rish, D, Glade, Mrs, Ward. Row 3, R. Willis, T. Jahns, E. MacDonald, J. Jahns, P. Otto, P. Bernhardt, C. Green, J, Conway, J. Walker, G, Moore, Bowers, J. Kellam, G. Fogle, D. Caldwell, P, Schmidt. 248 o Math Club 0 if .551 X as ' f 4 Q-,,, .gan 56 5,4 qt iQ pi -1-,if . E2 wi.. .x.. X. r 1. 5 .-aw.. 4.--4 ' A, 'W 2 9... is 'QV' V 1 f , C A, .if . wquf I I I Www! V I W , K .MM V , W 4, .,-,V , K5 ,.-pf ml. - - ff f,.g'.,, f y , ' f , Q , ..,... 'Y fa,,,,rli-', ., fm , -mi ., 1 ,, n.,,.l gf',.L,,,, ',',,w, ,'g,'.I,. '. ,f 3. French Club, Flow 1, S, Williams, president, S. Francis, C. Kruger, treasurer, D. Drue, vice president. Row 2, M. Mitchel, J. Claymen, M, Colpitt, J. Herndon, J. Peters, L. Tesh, C. Emerson, C. Pfeeger, C. Wallace, C. Ford, A. Chenowith, A. Hamilton, S. Johnson. V. Hill, L. Love, S. Morley. Fiovv 3, K. Wagner, J. Pinkerton. C. Michaels. B. Brown. L. Trebaud. L. Emerson, H. Turner. L. Matuszak. T. Gerhard. 4. Secretary. Margaret Jones, an officer of Library Club, shows an interesting part of a book to treasurer, Patricia Rush. 5. Library Club, Fiow 1, S. Barry, L. Burton, P. Propet. A. Fanning, Fi. Willis, P. Rush. T. Pombach. Flow 2, L. Witt, L. Stacy, K. Russell, J. Poole. B. Barbre, president, L. Bays. Row 3, L. Matuszak, Fi. Weldon, P, Seanard, C. Halloway, M. Jones. Library Club, French Club Q 249 I persons ting a community 2. the persons of a particular group 3. the members of any group to which one belongs 4. the populace 5. human beings as distin- from animals t. Playing with his grandson. Chartes jr., and his dog is Vice- Principal, Dr. M. Forrest Towry. 2, The events of the day are reflected pensively by Dr. Tovvry in a quiet moment. 4. Fteliving parts of his childhood. Dr. Tovvry gets on the swings with another grandchiio. Dave Robert. 3. After checking over his tomato plants. Dr. Towry finds an interesting specimen. 252 . Principal HH is A QUW , cg V . 'Ui , 1 - 'GH X 1 ' gf f .... , X Y 'T . t 52522 2 .. 5 ,Q A f 1 A w 1 4 i 'Ai m 1 A A N A fs- 'bf 1' M. HV 'KN B 'tv""'w t , Ibm A i A K g .k r b t . I , 4 Reflecting J t t gtgg li l g into the whole past y gg t Q-M5 W jr. high school is a time g Q, ' . for students to grow and to change 5 if , in preparation for the Q ff' f 'Z "Q future' I g 3 'se .." 'H Dr. Tow ry must face today , I ' ' ' r xq: t full steam ahead, i , 8 Q 2 i ir , , jc realizing that the new generations t 3 ' Y ll! ' passing through the halls d 1 .. V: ' - 1 are capable ofchangin Q i A the course of history. 3 Principal . 253 Can you dig it? They are actually here to help us! When we opened the door into the office we felt like we were entering into the lion's den to be devoured - Their invisible claws slowly disappeared as they aided us in our problems and needs, proving to us that counselors are human, also. I f ' i Tint, M 3 4"'!f fx-. . , ii ' :ff 5 254 . Counselors xmsxxwtm 5 za fu S ta 1 an 3 ll fx 1. Posing for the camera, is Cora Shannon, the adjustment counselor. 2. Preparing for a conference, Ervin Postier, eighth grade counselor, exam- ines some schedule cards. 3. lt is hard for Zoe White, the dean of girls and seventh grade counselor, to keep from laughing while hearing more well- planned excuses. 4. Proudly giving Dr. Towry his prize sweet potato, is Sherman Robertson, the ninth grade counselor, who enjoys growning vege- tables as a hobby. 5. Discussing the latest problems, Mr. Hoopert, left, ad- vises George Collins, who is dean of boys. Counselors . 255 Ladies work for us ' ,T in LY -ii, W , Q.. , ..:' iii. --...- 1. Office staff: Leila Olmstead, Corene Adams, Dolores Frank, and Winnie lVlcClain. 2. Making the stencil of the bulletin is one of the many duties for Leila Olmstead. 3. Operating the tele- phone is Corene Adam's job. 4. Getting the day's mail ready, Mrs. McClain seals some letters. 5. Working on the daily attendance bulletin is Dolores Frank. 6. Reading thermometers is part of the daily routine for Evelyn Chambers, school nurse. 256 Q Office staff , P y F' , A s 3 Office staff . 257 ,l t . x,AN,,... ..A., l 258 . Custodians ,-.V g . is X ii i, 'mi . . - L?'?t f11. H - f se' - f ' 1 E N .t . t, f "XE fa iz '1-2 ."'k' is ,K-, 11.1 'K " ' s k if l i l 1. Custodian Edward Colbert cheerfully performs his daily task of sweeping the halls. 2. Build- ing superintendent Laymon Kennedy adjusts the lighting system. 3. Custodians: L. Kennedy, J.D. Higgins, J. Serriere, E. Colbert, Z. Williams, H. Hamilton, J. Wadkins, H. Endicott. 4. t'Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn, and cauldron bubble," cackles Laura Dicus as she prepares the school lunches. 5. Jingle, jingle, jingle, the sound of money is familiar to Mildred McFarland, a cafeteria cashier. w- Edison depends upon their work Learning skills of communication A, :fy Viil 5 . , M A, . Ll. , . l it 41 1. While showing some films, Mary McDonald, English 7, explains the use of grammar. 2. Just after locking her car, Eva Pope, English 9, realizes that she forgot something. 4. Math and English get together when Martha Fast, English 9, Linda Williams, math 8, Linda Bacon, English 8, and Elaine Hughes, math 8, play bridge. 5. While looking over some new books inthe library, Henrietta Walker, English 7, finds something that is amusing. 260 a Communications eff -an-q L ... .3 K, r, Q Y 3 3. Relaxing at home, Judy Wadiey, English 7, drinks a coke while listening to her favorite band,Chicago. 6. While the class makes a movie, Verna Taliaferro, English 9, supervises the filming. 7. In her spare time, Margret Grekel, English 8, grades spelling papers. Communications 0 261 Solving problems with numbers 1 1 , 1 xi -,S thx X X 2 ,s 1. With a spark of humor, Patricia Street helps one of her seventh graders with her math problem. 2. Using his giant ruler, Tom Trimble, math 7, constructs an angle for the class. 5. Winding up a long day, Celestia Williams, math 7, checks over a few more papers. 6. Listening to the antics of her class, Helen Ward, algebra, tries to hold back a grin. 262 o Math fa tx l SJ v f is.. 1 R. Y' x. ,Y .5 . Rm 'QF' xt 5? r.. sb 'xxx ,ff Many keys , to Communication E i :nl 3 'i ' lr 1 AW' ' 4 lk ry S L x x t Qt? .A x I X Q ' l f ' .. sf Q M ' J 'ggi gl h ' f 5. ' 1 '?1, f ta 'iq S . .M ... . -. l . A j if . 'Ju 3. Getting ready to start class, Freddie Boyd, math 8, checks to see if any- one else is coming. 4. In a spare moment, Jim Belt, algebra, straightens one of his prized model car pictures. 7. In answer to a students' question, William Conner, Algebra, graphs a problem on the board. 8. Enjoying a French fable, Pat Garoutte and Janet Peters listen to Dina TenZythoff read. 9. During her planninggzeriod, FloseElla Misch tries to think of some new techniques of teaching panish. Math, Communications Q 263 it as 5 K Q Today's world E it gm, 1. Before going hunting, Gene Turner, history 9, displays some of his hobbies. 2. Explaining the importance of eco- nomics in life, Jean Faulkinbury talks about securities. 3. Directing a class discussion, Bill Buhram, economics-civics, enjoys listening to his class' discussion. 4. From her perch at the front of the class, Catherine Earl explains the seasons to her geography class. 5. Before entering his room, Walter Gerard, civics, decides on the day's lesson. 6. Looking up from grading life science papers, Don Berger realizes that it is almost time to go. 7. With skillful hands, Dolvin Mack, life science, disects a frog. 8. Using the globe, Charles Reeves tries to answer Cindy Green's question on geography. 9. In his garage, Gene Thompson, IPS, works with the oscilla- scope. 264 . Social Studies 'FA Ai K, sf, JE., Ever Changing Ai io' 'LO ,fn 3 Facts and Horizons X ' 'X LL ..x.f i .1 1 A Q Science . 265 Letfs work it out 1, Proud of her new Corvette, Amye Alford, girls gym, is all ready to go. 2, Showing Richard Larson the techniques of holding a basketball is Bernard Wilson, boys' gym. 3. During her planning period, Linda Fiuhman, girls' gym, can always be found with a cup of coffee. 4. Working on engines is one of Nocus lVlclntosh's, boys' gym, many outside activi- ties. 266 - Physical education Skills for thrills W -5 ,I 'ww 5. Sharpening a drill bit, Danny Bridges, metals, keeps the equipment in good shape. 6. One of Charles Johnsons, woods, favorite hobbies is refinishing old furniture. 7. In preparation for class, Mathel Young, typing, puts on a lesson tape for her students. industrial arts, Typing . 267 From print to Perfo rm an oe ft 1. Helping Greg Horry with his reading, Harper Guess, communications skills, uses a new machine. 2. Finally finding a moment to rest, Barbara Slagle, speech, remembers something else to do. 3. In the courtyard, Mary Fowler, art, sneaks a quick look at the center fold. 4. Find- ing material for students is an important job for Opal Hoter, librarian. 268 . Communications skills, Art .ghr E W 13. .. . Q ff . 5. "-- -W M, '- . ' W . ' f, , at ' H .., ,W Fifi! . V . .. ' 4 1 Q W! U? 'ft , ,,N . :Zu 6 N iii ' -L 355. xi .,q-Q Q 5. While directing the orchestra, Richard Winfrey, music, keeps an eye on the music. 6. After checking roll, Billye Glover, homemaking, finds the absentee cards. 7. Watching student Ann Webster sew a dart, homemaking teacher Fra Nix makes sure it is correctly done. 8. Vocalizing the glee club, Marjorie Ashcraft, music, plays a note on the piano. Music, Homemaking . 269 Starting over after one more year of junior high filled us with anticipation and insecurity as the senior high entrance became closer. We spent time in the senior high, learning the maze of hallways, finding the cafeteria and the office, to prepare ourselves for the journey into the unknown - Being leaders for the first time reminded us that we were supposedly growing older and wiser while in a short time we would be at the bottom of the ladder ready to start climbing to the top once again. 1. The ninth grade class sponsor is Mr. Sherman Robertson. 2. The class officers are: Craig Liebendorfer, presidentg Peggy Staires, vice presidentg Lorrie Reed, treasurerg and nn Herndon, secretary. ,J . K Q02 Q 270 Q Ninth Grade f ,ll , f KX - W Letha Abel Isabel Acuna Patty Acuna Phil Adams Martha Ainsworth Danny Alaback Christen Anderson Elizabeth Anderson Sherry Archer Terri Archer Greg Arledge Diane Ashe Robert Baker Bill Barbre Katy Barry Susan Barry Bryan Bassett John Baughman Patricia Bayles Cheryl Bays Phillip Beach Mark Belcik Patricia Bernhardt Mary Bewley Tim Biggs Lisa Bobek Tom Bodine Dennis Boone Chris Booth Dan Borochoft Jennie Bowden Donna Bowen Janis Bowers Sally Bowling Diana Brannon Tom Braunlich Bill Breckinridge Jan Brewer Kathryn Briggs Vaughn Brock Barbara Brown Kevin Brown Tracy Brown Joanne Bruton Kim Bryant Greg Buffington Mark Burlingame Lisa Burton Janie Bush Kathleen Byrne Kelly Camblin Mike Caretta Helen Carter Debbie Caruthers Mike Castleberry Dana Christman Diane Claiborne Debbie Clark Kurt Claxton Susan Clements Bob Cleveland Laura Clifton Allen Cline Pat Collins Tom Collins Terry Colpitt Lynn Conard Linda Conn Mark Convertino Joyce Conway Charles Corey Shelia Cornelius Bill Coulter Neil Cox Marianne Cox Stacy Cramer Nanette Crisp Renee Crosby Janet Crosslin Dan Crouch Lesa Crowder Wilmer Cummings Lori Dale Susan Daniel Flodney David Joy Davis Zachary Davis David Dees Cathy Defalco Daniel Degase Ninth Grade Q 271 1. Work inthe office would not be finished without the help of these ninth grade girls. Jill Ferguson Matt Ferguson Rhonda Ferrell David Ferris Gary Fewell Michelle Fields Rick Fike Sarah Fisher Claudia Foltz 272 . Ninth Grade Sue Degen Tom Denton Lauralee Dick Holly Dinkelkamp Mike Dodson Larry Dorris Mary Duffield Audrea Eckard Gay Ellis Christie Embrey Elizabeth Emerson Bill Emery Beth Ernst Lesli Ervin Tom Estus John Fagg Monica Farren Brian Farrier 1 X F , , ,V ' "" 'L ' ' " ' ' ' , H , 7 ,N 2 . , , ' ' ., M-y ' - U "' -, ,, .lf ,. f , W 5 , , it , V , , M W ' , 1- . 4. r ' - Wg: ,ff A 'il f wwf: , z . . 4 md ' V , Deborah Forsman Gordon Foster Bonita Fredericks Mark Freeman Susan Gabbert Jeff Gamble Barbara Garren Cindy Gass Doug Gayle Steve George Edwin Gerchman Vicky Gibbons Jamie Glider Terry Gilmore David Glade Leslie Gladlelter Kevin Glass Randy Godwin Amber Goeppinger Mark Graham Susie Grant Jill Gray Laurie Green Anita Greer Tim Gribben Mark Griffin Edward Grigg David Grimm Brian Groshans Evelyn Grossbard Lisa Haglund Kim Hail Becky Hale Karen Hall Beth Hanna Mel Hanson David Harris Sandra Hartz Eugene Harvey Jeanne Hatcher Jamie Hauger Jim Heath Kenneth Helmers Lisa Henderson Sara Hensley 1 Ninth Grade 0 273 Ben Henson Ann Herndon Roger l-lilst Terry Hinzman Lee Hipp Debbie Hodgson -5 Bill Holder John Hold erman Charlotte Holloway Lisa Hooks Elaine Howard Steve Hudson Leon Hughes Hayden Hull Flick Humphries Jim Hunt Kim Hulto Sidney Iverson Jeanine Irvin Barbara Jahns Dwight Jeffries Mary Jerome ,av Gary Johnson Jelf Johnson Q X "mv Thurman Johnson W Don Jones Jeff Jones ' Julie Jones Lisa Jones Sam Kelley 1. The use of the office telephone is frequent by many junior high students including Kay Rutter. 274 . Ninth Grade Leslie Kelly Frances Kemendo Teri Kilgore Mark Killion J f f 1 if Ljdiib ff l T, .Q ' Wg, l at ,Q 1, 'Q if 7 i.yy. lla T riii ' I ,,,k 1 .tgiQ2t-144555 , ' 'i 5 in Vi g ,,, h , T fi ,W ifi f "Q 1 We f .i.,.'6il ,il ti -Y wit' frfiiaif, ' 1 Rr as A if .1 at Ar il l 2 ,ff . .1 lg I -:J - ,Y i 5 J ,ia 1-1 , . ?Wf1" : F 1. M, nl . ,eil 5'- X at :jg Af 4 A 'fat Q 2. Working with determination is Ted Patterson, ninth grade, as he types his lessons. x K'-, r' 541' Q f 1 ,Q 1, Tim Knicaid Greg Kirkpatrick Walter Kirst Debbie Kittrell Beth Klein Wendy Klinge Sally Knarr Kathy Korne Kim Kramer Ginna Krietmeyer Cheryl Krueger Wade LaBenske Virginia Lambert Linda Laughlin Justin Leachman David Lee John Lewis Craig Liebendorfer Susan Linde Vickey Littell Leslie Lofton Susan Logsdon Brenda Long Jimmy Long Robert Lyon Kris MacAurthur Eva MacDonald Ann Makele Mike Manering Melanie Marsh Richard Marsh Jill Marson David Martin Leesa Martin Ninth Grade Q 275 Randy Martin Andy Marzec Elisa Masek Rochelle Mason Anna Mateticn Bret Mauisby Kelly Mayfield Melissa McClung Tim McCiung Pamela McCollum Brian McCormick JoEIyn McDonald Gayle McKee Tim McKee Coleta McNew Kelli Meek Mike Melone Catherine Michaelis Mike Middaugh Lou Miller Mark Miller Yvette Miller Virginia Mills John Mindeman Jeff Moellers Tony Money 276 . Ninth Grade .V-S4 'TS-ff ': 4, e -far sw x 1. Junior high students enjoy conducting experiments in their Introductory Physical Science class. 1' , Qt ,5 1 M af A7 M n Q A 5 v fn 1 T., so 4 1 it ,431 Daisetta Montgomery Gary Moore Nancy Moore Chris Morgan Sarah Morley Daniel Morse Ted Mundt Kathy Murphy Katy Murray Patti Murray Linda Neblett Kelly Newbill Janet Newsom Ann Nicholson Sondra Nix Elizabeth Norris Danny Nole Ben Novak nv 2. Many junior high girls keep in shape with volleyball and other sports. Jim Oden Daniel Oliver Therese Otto Holly Oxford Billie Parker Nancy Parker Amy Parrish Carolyn Patterson Cheryl Patterson Ted Patterson Patrice Patton Lauree Peck Stephanie Perkins Jodie Perrin Lisa Perryman Marcille Peterson Donna Phillips Debbie Piland Terri Pilgrim William Pitre Brian Plummer Julie Pollok Lisa Pontius Robert Powers Francis Pracheil Jill Price Sherry Probst Pat Quinn Ronni Ramage Karen Ratlifl Camille Rausch Lois Redding Lorrie Reed Marla Reynolds Jim Richards Phil Richards Ninth Grade . 277 Lee Roberts Lee Roberts Greg Robinson Nancy Robinson Peter Rommel Mitchell Ross Deboah Fiucks Eugene Rucks Randy Ruggles Terry Rummerlield Robin Rush Kay Rutter Rechinda Samilton Cynthia Samuels Jerry Sanders Jana Saubert Jean Schirmer Doug Schmitt Cindy Schuller Art Schweitzer Bret Sellers Rick Shaffer Ronald Sheffield Dee Shellhorn Vicki Sheriff Lindsey Shirkey Charles Shoemaker Beverly Shouse Kim Shouse Jane Shreck David Simpson John Singer Ellen Sipes Jackie Smallwood Darrell Smith Shelly Somers Susan Soulsby Annette Spear Peggy Stalres John Stallcup Diedre Steel Ken Steele Joan Stewart Christi Stockton Julie Stone Louann Strozier Terri Stubbs Scott Stueber Lynn Swearingen Dale Taylor Carrie Thompson Helen Thompson Larry Thompson Kristina Turnbaugh Heather Turner Shari Turner Dwayne Twilley Carol Vandiver Kay Van Schoyck Ron Vantuyl Patti Volpe Stacy Wagor Diana Walden Sue Walker Bonnie Walls Eric Warren Adrian Washington Mark Watkins Janet Weaver Paula Webster Ann Weddle Marilyn Weedn David Weir Doug Welch Susan West Staphanie White Kelli Whittenberg Karen Witticombe Shawn Wilhite Jan Wilkerson Patty Williams Susan Williams Cheryl Willis Cheryl Wilson JoHelen Wilson Connie Wood Rhonda Wood Steven Wood Debbie Wright Scott Zarrow 278 - Ninth Grade T I f , ,, A t ' W 1 Junior high students get in a fast "hello" before going ' L rrie tg class. 2, Sneaking in and out of each room IS o Reed picking up attendance slips. fl' N 4 JI fb, Q V ff i f W . if f 5 ,gf WW , J Q4 V , Ninth Grade Q 279 ii at , d Cb """"'t' .Zin 1 It s not easy to successfuliy be an eighth grader. No more worries of being shoved around, 280 . Eighth Grade homework became harder, but easier to accept. We were considered the in-betweens - Too old to act naive when arriving tardy, yet too young to feel "on top." We wound up leaning back to watch the show spin around us. 4391. an an rt I . X 5 T it , 1 Q ,...,xk 1. Class sponsor, Ervin Postier, awaits eighth graders who need his advice. 2. Eigh grade officers are Ann Creighton, secretaryg Susie Durbin, treasurerg Jon Glazi presidentg and Mark Baker vice president. L-ffix , fra . M. it A ,312 T , '9- W! '...,f ed be -' 5? ... 3 -of are x W ,E XJR 3 M :Il l Ili. ID S lf" 'il i I Irs I f1'., FN ,. -- K : f K ' 'Aff . A ,B - ., ,I - U XL. if-5 Lflq A fi. 1 are .tg Qi 1. 1 S N If ."'VY6' 7352 A, ? x I 1 ,.,. S -Q EL i B 1 ' fa iggf ri ' I i-J N A 'S f 'ff elif f Robert Abel Quincy Adams Rhonda Adams Mark Adrian Donna Allan Jack Allen Mark Allen Jeff Alley Suzy Alspaugh Mark Ammons Matt Arbuckle Debbie Arney Blake Atkins David Attaway Derril Ault Mark Baker Margaretta Ballard Bryon Barron Phil Barton Larry Bays Whitney Beck Betsy Bell David Bequette Milt Berry Chuck Blgbe Ralph Black Joyce Blair Jim Bloomfield Debbie Bodine Leasa Bodkin Ainsley Boles David Born David Boswell Richard Branstetter Pattie Bray Susan Brigham Alice Brock Carlos Brown Debbie Brown Marty Brown Leigh Browning Craig Brownlee Russ Bryan Steve Bryant Scott Buchan Dan Buckley Dallas Burkhalter David Caldwell Lea Calhoon Marieta Calvert Charles Campbell Patricia Campbell Sherri Carll Janet Carlson Eydie Carpenter Raymond Carr Rosie Carter Mark Chamberlain Kevin Chronic Susan Clark Karen Clement Elizabeth Cleveland Carolyn Clifton Steve Cline Eddie Coble Carol Coe Tab Cohen Joyce Cole Sam Cole Mike Coleman Greg Collins Jo Collins Davona Cox Sherry Cratch Paul Creamer Anne Creighton Tricia Crews Ernie Crisp Bill Dale Marc Dale Denise Daniel Andra Davis Carey Davis Ludi Davis Pat Day Lynea Dees Theresa Degase Jell Denton Rodger Devasher Dan Doak Eighth Grade . 281 James Donovan Jeff Dorsett Brad Dowdell Lauri Dowell Kathy Downs Brian Duck Otto Duffield John Dunlap Susan Durbin Kevin Eckard Pamela Edwards Gerry Ellis Steve Ellis Ricky English Todd Erskine Jessica Farish Nancy Farnam Elizabeth Farr Robert Farrill David Fay Kristin Featherston John Feldman Charlene Feller Randle Felts Craig Ferguson Jeri Ferguson Mike Fields Tom Ford Gretchen Foster Cynthia Fredericks Terry Frommel Susan Gabbert Greg Gamble Grant Garlington f.. A4 2 3339 4 , if ,N ,, W W? 4 f vs I ,A , f . Xi' pr: 'G ,f . , fy, ,il N. ' ,M w J' ., 1 - f V V ig if' f my 2634 52 Z, f ig. -f ,. -. " 'i 1, ' " 1,, s ' I , P i f"'f? t J l mx, '. 1 " A f ' F ' 'fiw f' f' l it iv ' ff J ' Q .:. ..f If . ,ae ' ,f "' . ff? - - 1. When the 3:45 p.m. bell rings, students anxiously leave the building. 1 W U Y' .f fn ,, ,Q ,J 1 is Y i ' D ri l V 1, gl 4 K B Z U F ffl 282 . Eighth Grade in Darryl Garner " J8l'T'leS GBTOUIIG 1 , ' 5 Brewster Gary , ' W Dianne Gates wi-a ,v vfv Q rf fgfw Ronnie Gates L Dennis Gelonek M -Q Gracie Gilbert 'A .i 2 f l 'ia 2 5 Leslie Glmlin H 1 Jon Glazer Wh' 1-,ya 'it -sf ,A 10 Lg Craig Goeppinger Gordon Goins is Diane Govias A Jay Grabel ,A .., Sf' x f ff Eric Graham W Mary Grassman , 'K Kenton Gray Q4 Q! if Peter Grimm Mike Gwartney Teresa Gwartney Christy Hale Mark Hall Karen Haney Kit Hanna Austin Hansen Charles Haralson Todd Harrison Holly Hartwell Jeff Hawkins Steve Heath Patricia Hebard John Heinlein Cynthia Henderson Lisa Henderson Jim Henshaw Donna Hicks Teddy Hinson Judith Hixenbaugh Keith Hocker Janice Holdridge Kathy Holloway N J Mark Gray V A Nancy Grayson 1 if 7 R' ? f . ' I ' Q Q 3 fl . V 1. When ill, students always turn to Nurse Chambers. Eighth Grade 0 283 Brian Honel Susan Hopper Shari Horner Greg Horry David Hubbard Robert Hubbard Steve Hubbard Kay Huffman Janie Hughes Leonard Hughes Ellen Hulse Gertrude Hunt Kerby Hunt Michaelene Irvin Carol Isaacson Kim Iverson Jera Jackman Linda Jackson Teresa Jahns Kenneth James Jeff Jankowsky Sandra Jeffries Kim Johnson Brian Johnston Jennifer Jones Margaret Jones Margaret Jones Leslie Kahn Kevin Keeter Barry Kelly Karen Kelly Toni Kemper Vickie Kenslow Grant Kerr Kina Klkugawa Kevin Kinison Corey Kisler Linda Kline Norman Kopp Mark Kraemer Linda t.aBass 284 - Eighth Grade nv- git .45 A: W 1 .rf Q 0 5' ll 4 'rf . fx are-tm. . . I ,r:"': f- f r-fvewxzfl-f':.Za2'PZ1-011.1 we , I9 1 if fy 1 Q , 1? Ji . , -w11iKf?:g1?:l:ff ,.ff'jlf ' I ,.,,, , i'r f ""' " ' 'fr "r' ' - fwreggi i f .. f ef if X 1 W' af H - ' f M I' 'I I . wg ' ' I f v le 'W A ' gf f r f' ' H cf, V 1 " it .fi I, I I I ,lf if I I I v ' ' I 4, f 'al' ',,' I if Il, if 1. "l'm glad it's Friday," sighs Mr. Collins as the last ofthe students leave. 2 Learning how to use a slide rule is a challenge for every junior high student. qu- 'V K, fn Randy LaFavar Marty Laird Jo Anne Lalicker Rene Lancaster Jeff Lawless Lynese Lawson Lisa LeBlanc Barry Lee Debbie Lee Marla Leland Mark Lemons Jean Letcher Brad Lewis Deniece Lewis Sallie Lewis Rhonda Lhevine Tyler Lilly Lisa Lincoln Jerilyn Lock Julie Long Regina Long John Looper Ann Loyd Sherri Luker Kerry Malone Patty Mann Harvey Martin Melinda Martin Ronald Mass Linda Matthews Laura Matuszak Claire Maxfield Melanie McAfee Steve McCain Richard McCharen Richard McCIung Kim McCormick Robert McCormick Edith McDaniel Jan McDonald Kim McKay Brian McMahon Patricia McNaIlen Natt McNearney Cathy Meltzer Eighth Grade Q 285 Richard Meyerhoff Sarah Miller Steve Miller Steve Moellers Cynthia Monkes Robert Montgomery John Moragne Vickie Morgan Bill Mowery Noel Nation Darren Nichols Dave Nichols David Noel Julie Norman Andre Norton Tim O'Brien Joy Oien Patty Otto Mike Palmer Mike Parker Terry Parker Cynthia Parks Roxanne Parks Lewis Parry Teresa Peer Janis Pendleton Regina Penny t ,X K 1. Many junior high students ride the bus to and from school. 286 . Eighth Grade Dan Perlich Dona Pitcher Cheryl Pitts Kevin Pontius Janet Poole Kristi Purser Bob Quapaw 1. A junior high girl seems to enjoy all the activities in physical education. Andrea Reaves David Reeves ff: Carrie Renlro Blake Rhoades Brettley Rhoades Marci Rhoades Pamela Rhoads Matthew Richards 1 Eddy Roberts Robin Robinson Mike Roper Jerry Ross 4-av Steve Rouse Charles Rush Nancy Russell Barbara Salasco Diane Salters Cynthia Samilton Rendala Saulters Fred Schnieder Peter Schrenkel Brad Schupp Christopher Schupp Melinda Seale Debra See Julie Sellick 1, Q h ' L , 2. . , " iz 5 fr .if J, 1 . W 4' . f' ' rf Q .. bk C B C. - s Q x A V g. M N if g . a y r . .,r 4 - A ' ,Q 'l ' 4 Q ' -' x I if V -El 4 U x ' far -' A X i 0 Susan Shapard Eighth Grade Q 287 Sharon Shelton Dwayne Sheehan Leslie Sherman Charles Shirk Harold Shockey Philip Sibole Vivian Sikkink David Sims Gail Sinclair Steve Smallwood Allan Smith Joyce Smith Louis Smith Phillip Smith Sharon Smith Steve Smith Kim Snyder Stephanie Spear Susan Speyer Donald Spradlin Lynn Stacey Cliff Stark Jonalyn Steed Jane Steel Cheryl Steele Regina Stephens Pam Strait Doug Stratton Joy Strickland Glea Sutterfield Stann Sutton Jelfrey Swaim Joel Sweeny Becky Swindell Clarence Syas David Tarbel Booth Taylor Robbie Taylor Don Tharp Bret Thomas Mike Thompson Jeff Tillman Lizabeth Townsend Joy Tracy Terry Treece Susan Trower Susan Tucker Terry Tudor Charles Vandiver Darren Vestley Kevin Vire Greg Vlahos Jon Voeller Tim Vogel Jeff Walden Toby Waldo Jim Walker Dana Wallace Keith Walters John Ward Mike Warren Pam Waters Danelle Watt Jeff Waychoff Sydney Webb Rhonda Weldon Keith White Therisia White Watt Whitlow David Widdicombe Janet Wilkerson Cathy Wilkinson Jeff Willhite Lloyd Willhite Glenn Williams Gwyn Williams John Williams Mark Williams Paul Williams Torn Williams Laura Wilson Loren Wilson Flay Wilson Tracy Winn Mike Wise Larry Woods Mark Wuenschel Peter Wuenschel Gerald Young Deann Zwahlen 288 . Eighth Grade A A i gig X g ffl N ff 2. X in 1. Junior high students learn about drama through participation. 2. The junior high classes provide an excellent environments for studying. Eighth Grade . 289 We've only begun is the theme in every seventh graders' heart. Big halls, large desks, new texts- jr. high filled our year with added worries and confusion. We changed classes five times a day, were chastised for throwing paper and were constantly tossed about by the "older" ones. This new world was like walking into the valley of the unknown, not knowing what to expect -- only hoping. For us we have a long road ahead - and seventh grade started us on our journey. 290 . Seventh Grade t,,. ,bm 1. The members of the Seventh Grade Board are Flow 1: Cindy Staires, Sandra Pederson. Row 2: Matt Kramer, Deanne Gibbons, Jeff Littell and Lynda Hiltz. 2. Pausing for a moment from a busy day is class sponsor, Mrs. Zoe White. Q Valerie Allison Art Andrews Alan Archer Charlene Armstead Vicky Arnette Arthur Ashcroft T.J. Atkinson Robert Auerbach Theresia Ault Charles Bala Julie Ball Julie K. Ball Kristie Baumann Tim Beach Robert Beck Theresa Bernard Frank Berry Eric Black Pat Black Brian Bobek Kelli Bodkin Doug Boone David Booth Linda Borochotf Bonnie Boswell Wayne Boyle Kyle Brashear Stephen Breckinridge Chuck Bretanus Jim Briggs Jon Brightmire Danny Brogdon Brian Brooks Katrina Brown Kerry Brown Mark Brown Ruben Brown Mitch Bryan Bill Bryk Shelia Burke Andy Burlingame Larry Burnett Sally Butler Ann Caldwell Randy Calvin Tom Card Jeff Carlson Cacy Carpenter Christie Carter Keith Castleberry Elisabeth Chandler Greg Chaney Amelia Chenoweth Cynthia Chestnut David Clark Scott Clark John Clayman Fred Clear Susan Cleere Pam Cline Ricky Cline Ed Coble Leo Cole Brian Collins Mary Colpitt Karen Coman Ftema Conger Celeste Convertino Bernard Cornelius Juliana Covington Blan Cox Suzanne Cratch John Crews Benjamin Crockett Neva Cross Ken Crosslln David Dale Fred Daniel Tom Daniel David Davis John Deardorff Stuart Derby Lynda Deselms Steve Dodson Kara Doggett Bill Dooling Keith Douglass Ellis Downing Pat Driscoll Paul Drummond Seventh Grade . 291 Gretchen Foltz John Foote Cheryl Ford Diedra Foster Scott Foster Felicia Fowler Shannon Francis Felix Franquez Lance Garoutte Heather Gates Janet George Laurie Geren Deanne Gibbons Luke Gilpin Camie Glock Marie Glock Sam Goble Scott Goodpaster Gina Gotcher Lindee Grant Cindy Green Dan Gregory Tom Gribben Poppy Groshans Gerald Gustafon Birgit Haglund Kelli Hall 292 Q Seventh Grade Greg Duke Brett Elbon John Elder Jeff Eley Carolyn Emerson Pat Ennis Audrey Fanning Jack Fanning Jane Fell Dennette Feller Bill Fergus Ronnie Fiddler Kelly Firestone Glenn Fogle " ' , . f if Wfav. fs ttf Z. 'L , ' Q. J 111:33 sf 'EM .Y - 3 .av sf 491, ,H .4 vw- fr N.- 'L Um av. ? f , Alicia King James King Kathryn Kirkpatrick stiff' 'Q' Jerry Hale Amy Hamilton Ronald Hammons Denae Hanes Cole Haney David Hartshorne Scott Hazen Brian Heagler Jennifer Heath Mark Hebard Nancy Henderson Mike Henry Blake Herndon Julia Herndon Mina Herren Genny Hill Jerry Hill Linda Hiltz Danny Hodges Jell Hoffman Troy Holcomb Joe Holderman Charles Holmes Liz Horn Handy Howser David Hubbard Karen Hughes Kay Hughes Sherrie Hughes Helen Hunt Carrie Hutchinson Preston Hutchinson Scott lngram Mary Bea Jackson Mary Johnson Nita Johnson Scott Johnson Shannon Johnson Kendra Jones Eddie Kallay Rickey Keech Valerie Keeter Jeff Kellam Russell Kelly Kevin Kenworthy 1 Lora Knighton Kim Kramer 1. Susan Cleere is satisfied with her sewing project. ,v Seventh Grade 0 293 Matt Kramer Mark Kreidler Mark Kreigsman Lynn Larsen Richard Larson Carol Lassley Seri Lee Rickey LeMay Jeff Littell Mike Logsdon Danny Losey Joe Lovett Lauren Love Lindy Lovern Sara Loyd Cathy Lubin Harold Ludewick Bill Luker Lucia Lukken David Lyons Mary Ann Maggard Kem Maher Jean Manderscheid John Mantovani Richard Maple Annette Markert Qmdi Marson Dean Martin Elizabeth Martin Lee Martin Pam Martin Judy Matlock Diane Maus Tracy Mayfield Edward McAfee Lynn McAfee Jerry McClendon Paul McDonald Philip McElroy Lauri Mclnlosh Jamie McLean Randal McNally 294 Q Seventh Grade 1, af .-as .41 . ,v .ae .ff .1 r S M 4 ,. , J 5 1 , 'l' ,- ...., K ' A A V - - .g V 1, N 1 Y fin l 1 Q rl , I if .. Q ... if-J g X M f, . . ?', kj 5 1' N 'tj I Q - ll' 'W' ,I M XX ei?5j4.,'-gf I . ,ga y . I ' u AJ C 32, 1 ffm , R I . V: .ffl f' , 'I y my ri T QQ 9 J A ,ff .x ,i mf wi X -as 4!+A fi .04 J John McNeill Teresa McUsic Dale Menard John Meyers Mike Michno Pamela Middaugh Bobby Miller Charles Miller Craig Miller Marilyn Miller Katherine Mindeman Mark Mitchell Monnie Mooberry Mindy Moore Daniel Morgan Kathleen Moran David Mowery Tina Mowry Melissa Murray Missy Nalley Cindy Naquin Dawn Nixon Cynthia Norris Marsha Norris Paul Norton Dennis O'MeIia Richard Orthwein Jennifer Owens Daniel Oxford Eric Parker Sharon Parrish Kellie Patterson Sandra Pederson Bob Pennington Michelle Perrin Evan Perry Janet Peters Christine Pfleger Dan Phillips Eric Phillips Russell Phillips Bobby Piland John Pinkerton Judy Pollack Mike Pollok Christy Poison Laurie Poole Lisa Powell John Pracheil Sandra Profitt Robie Propst S. Render Ricky Ralliff Diane Rawlings ,..r..e...W,...,M,.,,,y,..,,,,. W ,yrr, N, More yr,y , ,. M, yr.l Ali e as D H 1. Junior High students hurry to their next class. .4. ,...,.-.,- 4.4. Seventh Grade . 295 Mary Read Lisa Reed John Reeves Charles Reynolds Jodi Richards Julia Richards Lenny Richardson Sue Ridley Renita Rifle Rebecca Robe Jon Roberson Lisa Robinson Tracey Rombach Christina Romero Debra Rucks Patricia Rush Jim Rusher Connie Russell Thomas Russell Floryda Sanders Carol Schneider Jeff Schilling Paul Schmidt Susan Schweitzer Spencer Schwind Pam Seanard Cheryl Sheehan Kim Shellhorn Roger Sisemore Charles Skinner Belinda Skuy April Smith Beverly Smith Curtis Smith Jeff Smith Stacy Smith Mark Sommers Greg Sparks Theresa Sparks Bart Speegle Cindy Staires Ann Stallcup Dona Stark Jean Stayton Shelley Steed Eric Stone Cynthia Stratton Kim Stueber Windell Sublett Stacy Sullivan Mina Sutterfield Kevin Swanson Deborah Taylor Roberto Terrell Lisa Tesh Cindy Thompson Julie Thompson Diane Tucel Lynn Traband Laketa Turner Lori Turner Debbie Tyler Ross Upton Jerry Veasey Cinda Vierra Kristin Wagner Carey Wallace Janet Wallace Allen Walls Lorina Warne Ann Webster Douglas Weckstein Monica Weiss Matt Wenger Jim West Mary Whelan John White Ronald White Shirley Whitmore Robert Whittenberg Eddie Williams Lloyd Williams Mike Williams Peter Williams Robert Willis Nancy Wilson Steve Wilson Jayne Witt Keith Wright Leroy Zink 296 0 Seventh Grade ye' .Y-lv .J ,..,f -Q -45150 S-4 'R .ev- gg ai - Nz. -.av it a 'C' V4 ' ' ' 1. Seventh grade students congregate in the foyer to discuss the a I IS I e day's activities. to be a seventh grader. I really do not think it is that bad, because I do not get called a "7B" that much. It was not hard for me to find my classes because, three days before school started, I went up with a ninth grader and found my rooms. But, I have a lot of mean teachers I only like a few, especially my English teacher she is unreal nice. l do not get pushed around much, but when I do, I push back. I like being in jr. high because in some classes I can chew gumg I will not mention which one. But I cannot wait to be an eighth grader because then I can call seventh graders "B's" and push them down the stairs, too, and I've got one person in mind, she's really a snob. Susan Cleere Seventh Grader Seventh Grade 0 297 Mm N-- Q' ai' A 299 Black ames 7 1 291 Bryan, Russell 181 281 Ferrell, Rhonda 191 272 Adams, Corene 256 Alford, Amye 244, 266 Ashcraft, Marjorie 242, 243, Bacon, Linda 260 Belt, Jim 263 Berger, Don 264 Boyd. Freddie 246, 263 Bridges, Danny 267 Buhrman, Bill 264 Chambers, Evelyn 256, 283 Colbert, Edward 258 Collins, George 255, 285 Conner, William 263 Dicus, Laura 258 Earl, Catherine 264 Endicott, H, 258 Fast, Martha 260 Faulkinbury, Jean 264 Fowler, Mary Catheryn 268 Frank, Doris 256 Gerard, Walter 238, 239, 264 Glover, Billye 269 Advertising Board 247 Aquillas 240 Boy's Glee Club 243 Drama Club 245 Abel, Letha 191 271 Abel, Robert 181 281 Acuna, Isabel 191 271 Acuna, Patricia 191 247, 271 Adams, John 181 281 Adams, Phil 191 271 Adams, Rhonda 181 281 Adrian, James 181 281 Ainsworth, Martha 191 240, 27 Alaback, Daniel 191 243, 271 Allan, Donna 181 281 Allen, Jack 181 281 Allen, Mark 181 239, 281 Alley, Jeff 181 246, 281 Allison, Valerie 171 291 Alspaugh, Suzanne 181 281 Ammons, Mark 181 281 Anderson, Christen 191 244, 271 Anderson, Elizabeth 191 240, 241, 242, 244, 271 Andrews, Arthur 171 291 Arbuckle, Matt 181 281 Archer, Alan 171 291 Archer, Sherry 191 271 Archer, Terri 191 271 Arledge, Greg 191 271 Armstead, Charlene 171 291 Arnette, Vicky 171 291 Arney, Deborah 181 281 Ashcroft, Authur 171 291 Ashe, Diane 191 271 Atkins, Richard S81 281 Arkinson, T.J. 17 291 Attaway, David 181 281 Auerbach, Robert 171 234, 291 Ault, Derril 181 234, 281 Ault, Therisa 171 291 Baker, Charles 181 239, 280, 281 Baker, Robert 191 245, 271 Bala, Charles 171 291 Ball, Julie 171 291 Bgllard, Margaretta 181 231, 2 1 Barbre, Bill 191 218, 249,271 Barron, Bryon 181 281 Barry, Kathryn S91 271 Barry, Susan 19 249, 271 Barton, Phil 181 281 Bassett, Bryan 191 271 Baughman, John 191 271 Baumann, Kristin S71 291 Bayles, Patricia 19 271 Bays, Cheryl 191 249, 271 Bays, Larry 181 281 Beach, Phillip 191 271 Beach, Timothy 171 291 Beck, Robert 171 291 Beck, Whitney 181 245, 247, 281 Belik, Mark 191 271 Bell, Betsy 181 261 Bequette, David 181 281 Bernard, Theresa 171 291 Bernhardt, Patricia 191 248, 271 Berry, Frank 171 291 Berry, Milton 181 220, 281 Bewley, Mary 191 271 Bigbie, Chuck 181 219, 281 Biggs, Tim 191 271 Faculty Index Grekel, Margaret 261 Guess, Harper 268 Hall, Linda 241 Hamilton, H. 258 Higgins, J.D. 258 Hofer, Opel 268 Hughes, Elaine 248, 260 Johnson, Charles 267 Kennedy, Laymon 258 Mack, Dolvin 264 McClain, Winnie 256 McDonald, Mary 260 McFarland, Mildred 258 Mclntosh, Nocus 266 Misch, RoseElla 263 Nix, Fran 269 Olmstead, Leila 256 Pope, Eva 260 Postier, Ervin 255, 280 Reeves, Charles 264 Robettson, Sherman 255, 270 Ruhman, Linda 266 Serriere, J. 258 Shannon, Cora 255 Slagle, Barbara 225, 268 Street, Patricia 262 Taliaferro, Verna 261 TenZythoff, Dina 263 Thompson, Gene 264 Towry, Forrest M. 252, 253, 255 Trimble, Tom 262 Turner, Gene 264 Wadkins. J. 258 Wadley, Judy 261 Walker, Henrietta 260 Ward, Helen 262, 248 White, Zoe 250, 255 Williams, Celestia 262 Williams, Linda 46, 260 Williams, Z. 258 Wilson, Bernard 266 Winfry, Richard 269 Young, Mathel 267 Crganizations French Club 248 Girl's Glee Club 242 Leader Corps 244 Library Club 248 Lime Floats 241 Math Club 249 Red Cross 246 Student Council 238, 239 Student Index , J S 1 29 Black, John 17 291 Black, Ralph 181 281 Blackman, Brian 181 Blair, Joyce 181 281 Bloomfield, Jim 181 281 Bobek, Brian 171 243, 291 Bobek, Lisa 191 27, 240 Bodine, Debra 181 281 Bodine, Tommy 191 271 Bodkin, Kelli 171 291 Bodkin, Leasa 181 242, 281 Boles, Ainsley 181 242, 281 Boone, Dennis 191 271 Boone, Doug 171 291 Booth, Chirs 191 231, 271 Booth, David 171 246, 291 Born, David 181 281 Borocholf, Daniel 191 271 Borocholf, Linda 171 246,291 Boswell, Bonnie 171 291 Boswell, David 181 239, 243, 281 Bowden, Jennie S91 271 Bowen, Donna 19 271 Bowen, Lynda 171 Borvers, Janis 191 240, 248, 27 Bowling, Sally 191 240, 242, 245, 271 Boyle, Robert 171 291 Brannon, Diana 191 242, 271 Branstetter, Richard 181 281 Brashear, Kyle 171 291 Braunlich, Tom 191 271 Bray, Pattie 181 281 Breckenridge, S. 171 291 Breckenridge, W. 191 271 Bgetanus, Charles 171 243, 2 Brewer, Janice 191 242, 271 Briggs, James 171 291 Briggs, Kathryn 191 245, 247, 271 Brigham, Susan 181 281 Bggghtmire, Jon 171 243, 246, 2 Bringance, David 191 221 Brock, Alice 181 220, 239,281 Brock, Vaughn 191 271 Brogdon, Dan 171 224, 291 Brooks, Brian 171 291 Brown, Barbara 191 234, 240, 249, 271 Brown, Carlos 181 281 Brown, Deborah 181 281 Brown, Katrina 171 291 Brown, Kerry 171 291 Brown, Kevin 191 239, 243, 271 Brown, Mark 171 291 Brown, Brown, Brown, Ronald 191 233 Ruben 171 291 Tracy 191 271 Browning, Leigh 181 246, 281 Brownlee, Craig 21,81 246, 281 Bruton, Joanne 1 1 240, 271 Bryan, Mitchell 171 239, 243, Bryant, Kim 191 271 Bryant, Steve 181 281 Bryk, William 171 291 Buchan, Scott 181 243, 281 Buckley, Dan 181 281 Buffington, Gregory 191 271 Buller, Greg 181 243 Burke, Sheila 171 225, 241, 291 Burkhalter, W, 181 281 Burlingame, M. 191 245, 271 Burlingame, S. 171 291 Burnett, Larry 171 243, 291 Burton, Lisa 191 242, 249, 271 Bush, Janie 191 271 Butler, Sally 171 291 Byrne, Kathleen 191 271 Caldwell, Ann 171 291 Caldwell, David 181 248, 281 Calhoon, Lea 181 242, 281 Calvert, Marieta 181 281 Calvin, Randy 171 291 Camblin, Kelly 191 271 Campbell, Charles 181 261 Campbell, Patricia 181 242 281 Card, Tom 171 291 Caretta, Micheal 191 271 Carll, Sherrie 181 281 Carlson, Janet 181 243, 281 Carlson, Jeffrey 171 291 Carpenter, Cacy 171 291 Carpenter, Eydie 181 281 Carr, Raymond 181 281 Carter, Cristi 171 239, 291 Carter, Debra 171 226 Carter, Helen 191 271 Carter, Rosie 181 281 Caruthers, Debbie 191 240, 271 Castleberry, Keith 171 291 Castleberry, Michael 191 271 Chamberlain, Mark 181 281 Chandler, Elizabeth 171 291 Chaney, Gregory 171 247, 291 gglenowelh, Amelia 171 249, Chestnut, Cynthia 171 291 Christman, Dana S91 240, 271 Chronic, Kevin 18 220, 281 Claiborne, Diana 191 271 Clark, David 171 291 Clark, Debbie 191 271 Clark, Scott 171 291 Clark, Susan 181 239, 241, 242, 281 Claxton, Kurt 191 271 Clayman, John 171 249, 291 Clear, Fred 171 221, 291 Cleere, Susan 171 291, 293 Clement, Karen 181 281 Clements, Susan 191 271 Cleveland, Elizabeth 181 281 Cleveland, Jim 191 271 Clifton, Carolyn 181 281 Clifton, Laurie 191 271 Cline, Allen 191271 Cline, Pamela 171 291 Cline, Ricky 171 291 Cline, Steve 181 243, 281 Coble, Nolan 171 291 Coe, Carol 181 281 Cohen, Tab 181 245, 281 Cole, Joyce 181 281 Cole, Leo 171 291 Cole, Samuel 181 281 Coleman, Mike 181 281 Convertino, Mark 191 271 Conway, Joyce 191 248, 271 Corey, Charles 191 271 Cornelius, Bernard S71 291 Cornelius, Shelia 19 271 Coulter, William 191 243, 271 Covington, Juliana 171 239, 241, 291 Cox, C. Blan 171 291 Cox, Davona 181 17, 281 Cox, Marianne 191 242, 248, 271 Cox, Neil 191 271 Cramer, Matt 171 225 Cramer, Stacy 191 271 Cratch, Sherry 181 281 Cratch, Suzanne 171 291 Creamer, Paul 181 281 Creighton, Elizabeth 181 242, 280, 281 Crews, John 171 246, 291 Crews, Patricia 181 281 Crisp, Ernest 181 281 Crisp, Nanette 191 271 Crockett, Benjamin 171 291 Crosby, Renee 191 240, 246, 271 Cross, Neva 171 291 Crosslin, Janet 191 244, 271 Crosslin, Kenneth 171 291 Crouch, Dan 191 239,243,271 Crowder, Lesa 191 271 Cummings, Wilmer 191 271 Downing, Sequoyah 171 291 Downs, Kathy 181 282 Driscoll, Patrick 171 291 Drummond, Paul 171 291 Duck, Brian 181 282 Duffield, Feland 181 282 Duffield, Mary 191 219, 272 Duke, Greghory 171 225, 292 Dunlap, Jo n 181 282 Durbin, Susan 181 239, 280, 282 Eckard, Audrea 191 244, 245, 272 Eckard, Charles 181 246, 282 Edwards, Pamela 181 239 Elbon, Brett 171 292 Elder, John 171 247, 292 Eley , Jeff 171 292 Ellis, Ellis, Gay 191 272 Gerry 151 282 Dale, David 171 243, 291 Dale, Loren 191 240, 271 Dale, Marc 181 281 Dale, William 181281 Daniel, Fred 171 291 Daniel, Susan 181 281 Daniel, Susan 191 233, 238, 239, 240, 271 Daniel, Thomas 171 291 David, Rodney 191 271 Davis, Andrea 181 242, 281 Davis, Carey 181 281 Davis, David 171 291 Davis, Joy 191 271 Davis, Ludi 181 281 Davis, Zachary 191 271 Day, Patrick 181 281 Deardorff, John 171 291 Dees, David 191 271 Dees, Lynea 181 281 Collins, Collins, Greg 1a1 281 Brian 171 291 Collins, JO 181 242, 281 Collins, Patricia 191 271 Collins, Tom 191 271 Colpitt, Mary 171 249, 291 Colpitt, Terrance 191 271 Coman, Karen 171 241, 291 Conard 271 , Lynn 191 239, 240 Conger, Rema 171 291 Conn, Linda 191 271 Convertino, Celeste 171 291 Defalco, Cathy 191 247, 271 Degase, Daniel 191 225, 271 Degase, Theresa 181 281 Degen, Susan 191 239, 240, 241, 272 Denton, Jeffrey 181 281 Denton, Thomas 191 243, 272 Derby, Stuart 1171 291 Deselms, Lynda 171 291 Devasher, Roger 181 281 Dick, Lauralee 191 240, 242, 272 Dinkelkamp, Holly 191 272 Doak, Daniel 181 281 Dodson, Michael 191 272 Dodson, Steve 171 291 Doggett, Kara 171 291 Donovan, James 181 282 Dooling, William 171 222,291 Dorris, Larry 191 272 Dorsett, Jeffrey 181 282 Douglass, Keith 171 243, 291 Dowdell, Brad 181 282 Dowell, Lauri 181 282 Ellis, John 181 282 Embrey, Christie 191 272 Emerson, Carolyn 171 292 Emerson, Elizabeth 191 240, 249, 272 Emery, Williard 191 272 English, Ricky 181 282 Sggis, Patricia 171 226, 247, Ernst, Elizabeth 191 240, 272 Erskine, Todd 181 282 Ervin, Lesli 191 223, 242, 272 Estus, Thomas 191 246, 272 Fabb, John 191 272 Fanning, Audrey 171241,246, 249, 292 Fanning, Jack 171 292 Farish, Jessica 181 239, 242, 282 Farnam, Nancy 181 282 Farr, Elizabeth 181 282 Farren, Monica 191 272 Farrier, Brian 191 272 Farrill, Robert 181 282 Fay, Barry 181 282 Featherston, Ann 181 282 Feldman, John 181 282 Fell, Jane 171 245, 292 Feller, Charlene 181 282 Feller, Dennette 171 292 Felts, Randle 181 282 Fergus, William 171 243, 292 Ferguson, Craig S81 282 Ferguson, Jeri 18 247 Ferguson, Jill 191 240, 247, 272 Ferguson, Matthew 191 272 Ferris, David 191 272 Fewell, Gary 191 272 Fiddler, Ronnie 171 292 Fields, Michele 191 247, 272 Fike, Richard 191 272 Firestone, Kelly 171 292 Fisher, Sarah 191 272 Flynn, Walt 191 224 Fogle, Glenn 171 248, 292 Foltz, Claudia 191 239, 272 Foltz, Grethen 171 227, 292 Foote, John 171 292 Ford, Cheryl 171 246, 249, 292 Hughes, Ford, Thomas 181 282 Forsman, Deborah 191 239, 240, 273 Foster, Gordon 191 273 Foster, Gretchen 181 241, 282 Foster, Scott 171 292 Fowler, Felicia 171 292 Francis, Shannon 171 247, 249, 292 Franquez, Felix 171 292 Fredericks, Bonita 191 240, 242, 244, 273 Fredericks, Cynthia 181 242, 282 Freeman, Mark 191 273 Frommel, William 181 282 Gustafason, Gerald 171 292 Gwaftlley, Mike 181 283 Gwaftfley, Teresa 181 283 Haglund, Brigit 171 245, 292 Haglund, Lisa 191 240, 241 273 Hail, Kelli 171 292 Hail, Kim 191 273 Hale, Becky 191 240, 273 Hale, Christy 181 283 Hale, Jeremiah 171 292 Hall, Karen 191 273 Hall, Mark 181 283 Hamilton, Amy 171 249, 293 Hammons, Roland 171 293 Horner, Shari 181 231, 284 Horry, Gregory 181 284 Howard, Elaine 191 238, 239, 274 Howser, Randal 171 293 Hubbard, David 181 245, 284 Hubbard, David G. 171 293 Hubbard, Robert 181 284 Hubbard, Steve 181 284 Hudson, George 191 274 Huffman Elizabet 181 284 Hughes,'Jahle 181 254 Hughes, Karen 171 293 Hughes, Kay 171 240, 248. 293 Hughes, Leon 191 274 Hughes, Leonard 181 284 Sherrie 171 293 Gabbert, Susan 181 273, 252 Gamble, Gregory 181 282 Gamble, Jeffery 191 239, 273 Garlington, Grant 181 282 Garner, Melvin 181 282 Garoutte, James 181 283 Garoutte, Lance 171 248, 292 Garren, Barbara 191 273 Gary, Brewster 181 283 Hanes, Denae 171 293 Haney, Cole 171 225, 293 Haney Karen 181 283 Hanna, Katherine 181 283 Hull, Hayden 191 233, 274 Hulse, Margaret 181 242, 284 Humphries, Ricky 191 274 Hunt, Gertrude 181 284 Hunt, Helen 171 293 Hunt, James 191 274 Hunt, Russell 181 284 Hutchison, Carrie 171 293 Gass, 273 Cynthia 191 240, 242. Gates, Danne 181 242, 283 Gates, Heather 871 292 Gates Ronald 1 1 283 Gayle Douglass 19 273 Johnson, Nita 7 293 MOYQHY1 Martin Gelonek, Dennis 18i 248,283 George, Janet 171 292 George, Steven 191 273 Gerchman, Edwin 191 273 Geren, Laurie 171 226, 292 Gerhard, Theresa 171 249 Gibbons, Deanne 171 290, 292 Gibbons, Vicki 191 273 Gilbert, Gracie S81 283 Glider, Jamie 19 240, 273 Gilmore, Terry 191 231, 273 Gilpin, Luke 171 246, 292 Gimlin, Leslie 181 283 glade, David 191 247, 248, 7 Gladfelter, Leslie 191 224, 242, 273 Glass, Kevin 191 273 Glazer, Jon 181 222, 280, 283 Glock, Camie 171 292 Glock, Karie 171 292 Goble, Sam 171 292 Godwin, Randy Q1 273 Goeppinger, Am er 391 273 Goeppinger, Bryan 1 1 283 Goins, Gordon 181 283 Goodpastor, Scott 171 243. 245, 292 Gotcher, Gina 171 292 Govias, Diane 181 283 Grabel, Jay 181 283 Graham, Eric 181 220, 283 Graham, Mark 191 273 Grant, Lindee 171 241, 292 Grant, Susan 191 223, 240, 273 Grassman, Mary 181 283 Gray, Jill 191 273 Gray, Kenton 181 283 Gray, Mark 181 231, 283 Grayson, Nancy 181 242, 283 Green, Cynthia 171 248, 292 Green, Laurie 191 273 Greer, Anita 191 242, 244, 273 Gregory, Daniel 171 292 Gribben, Thomas 171 292 Gribben, Timothy 191 273 Griffin, Mark 191 273 Grigg, Edward 191 273 Grimm, David 191 273 Grimm, Peter 181 283 Groshans, Brian 191 273 Groshans, Poppy 171 292 Grossbard, Evelyn 191 244, 273 Hanna, Mary 191 240, 244, 273 Hansen, Austin 181 219, 283 Hanson, Mel 191 273 Haralson, Charles 181 239 283 Harris, David 191 273 Harrison, William 181 283 Hartshorne, David 171 293 Hartwell, Holly 181 247, 283 Hartz, Sandra 191 246, 273 Harvey, Eugene 191 273 Hatcher, Jeanne 191 273 Hauger, Jamie 191 273 Hauser, Michael 171 293 Hawkins, Jeff 181 283 Hazen, Scott 171 293 Heath, James 191 273 Heath, Jennifer 171 293 Heath, Stephen 18 243, 283 Hebard, Mark 171 293 Hebard, Patricia 181 283 Heinlein, John 181 283 Helmers, Kenneth 191 248, Hutchison, Pride 671 293 Hutto, Kim 191 24 ,274 273 Henderson, Cynthia 181 283 lilfenderson, Lisa 191 240, 244, Henderson, Lisa N, 181 283 Henderson, Nancy 171 293 Henry, Michael 171 293 Henshaw, James 181 283 Ingram, Scott 171 293 Irvin, Jeanine 191 274 Irvin, Michaelene S81 284 Isaacson, Carol 18 245, 284 Iverson, Kimberly 181 284 Iverson, Sidney 191 242, 274 Jackman, Jay 191 224 Jackman, Jera 181 242, 284 Jackson, Mary 171 293 Jahns, Barbara 191 248, 274 Jahns, Teresa 181 248, 284 James, Kenneth 181 226, 284 Jankowsky, Jeffrey 181 284 Hensley, Sara 191 273 Henson, Benjamin 191 274 Herndon, Ann 191 240, 244, Jeffries, Dwight 191 274 Jeffries, Sandra 181 284 Jerome, Mary 191 246, 274 .Johnson, Gary 191 274 Johnson, James 171 293 Johnson, Jeffery 191 274 Johnson, Kemberley 181 284 Johnson, Mary 171 293 270, 274 Herndon, Douglas 171 293 Herndon, Julia 71 249, 293 Herren, Mina 178 293 Hicks, Donna 181 247, 283 Hill, Jerry 171 247, 293 Hill, Virginia 171 249, 293 Hllst, Roger 191 243, 274 Hiltz, Lynda 171 290, 293 Hinson, Ted 181 283 Hinzmann, Terry 191 274 Hipp, Lee 191 274 Hixenbaugh, Judith 181 283 Hocker, Keith 181 283 Hodges, Danny 171 222, 293 Hodgson, Debra 191 245, 274 Hoffman, Jeffrey 171 245 Holcomb, Troy 171 293 Holder, William 191 274 Holderman, John 191 243, 246, 274 Holderman, Joseph 171 293 Holdridge, Janice 181 283 Holloway, Charlotte 191 244, 248, 249, 274 Holloway, Kathryn 181 241, 283 Holmes, Charles 171 293 Horlei, Brian 181 284 Hooks, Lisa 191 240, 274 Hooper, Susan 181 284 Horn, Elizabeth 171 293 Johnson, Sharinon 171 239, 249, 293 Johnson, Thurman 191 274 Johnston, Brian 181 284 Jones, Jones, Jones Don 191 274 Jeffery 191 274 Jennifer 181 284 JONES: Julie 191 240, 244, 274 Jones, Kendra 171 293 Jones, Lisa 191 242, 274 Jones, Margaret F. 181 246, 249, 284 Jones, Margaret J. 181 249, 284 Kahn, Leslie 181 284 Kallay, Keech, Keeter, Keeter, Edward 171 293 Rickey 171 293 Kelvin 181 284 Valerie 171 293 Labass, Linda 181 234 Labenske, Wade S91 275 Lafaver, Randy 18 285 Laird, Martin 181 285 Lalicker, Joann 181 285 Lambert, Virginia 191 239, 240, 275 Lancaster, Anna 181 285 Larsen, Lynn 171 294 Larson, Richard 171 221, 294 Lassley, Carol 171 294 Laughlin, Linda 191 244, 275 Lawless, Jeff 181 285 Lawson, Lynn 181 285 Leachman, Justin 191 275 Leblanc, Lisa 181 285 Lee, Barry 181 285 Lee, David 191 245, 275 Lee, Debra 181 241, 245, 285 Lee, Seri 171 241, 294 Leland, Marla 181 239, 285 Lemay, Richard S71 294 Lemons, Mark 18 285 Letcher, Jean 181 246, 285 Lewis, Brad 181 285 Lewis, John 191 275 Lewis, Sallie 181 248, 285 Lewis, Sylvia 181 242, 285 Lhevine, Rhonda 181 285 Liebendorfer, Craig 191 239, 270, 275 Lierly, Lonnie 181 243, 285 Lilly, Tyler 181 285 Lincoln, Lisa 181 285 Linde, Susan 191 275 Littell, Jeff 171 290, 294 Littell, Vicky 191 275 Lock, Jeri 181 285 Lofton, Leslie 191 275 Logsdon, Mike 171 294 Logsdon, Susan 191 240, 244, 27 Long, Brenda S91 275 Long, Jimmy S 1 275 Long, Julie 18 242, 285 Long, Regina 181 246, 285 Looper, John 181 285 Losey, Daniel 171 294 Love, Lauren 171 294 Lovern, Lindy 171 294 Lovett, Joe 171 294 Loyd, Ann 181 285 Loyd, Sara 171 294 Lubin, Cathy 171 294 Ludewick, Harold 171 294 Luker, Bill 171 294 Luker, Sherry 181 285 Lukken, Lucia 171 294 Lyon, Robert 191 275 Lyons, Paul 171 294 MacAurthur, Kris 191 240, 275 MacDonald, Eva 191 248, 275 Maggard, Mary Ann 171 294 Maher, Kathryn 171 294 Makela, Ann Marie 191 240, 275 Malone, Kerry 181 285 Manderscheid, Melba 171 248, 294 Manering, Michael 191 275 Mann, Patty 181 285 Mantovani, John 171 294 Maple, Richard 171 294 Marsh, Melanie 191 241, 242, 275 Marsh, Richard 191 275 Marson, Cyndi 171 294 Marson, Jill 191 275 McCormick, Kim 181 285 McCormick, Robert 181 285 McDaniel, Edith 181 231, 285 McDonald, Jan 181 242, 285 McDonald, Joelyn 191 242, 244, 276 McDonald, Paul 1771 243, 294 McElroy, Philip i 1 294 Mclntosh, Lauri 171 294 McKay, Kimberly 181 239,285 McKee, Gayle 191 276 McKee, Timothy 191 276 McKenrick, Michael 591 276 McLean, Jamie 171 2 4 McMahon, Brian 181 285 McNaIlen, Patricia 181 285 McNally, Randal 171 294 McNearney, William g81 285 McNeill, John 171 29 McNew, Coleta 191 276 McUsic, Teresa 171 295 Meek, Kelli 191 276 Melone, Michael 191 276 Meltzer, Cathy Ann 181 285 Menard, Dale 171 295 Meyeres, John 171 295 Meyerhoff, Richard 181 286 Michaelis, Catherine 191 249, 276 Michno, Mike 171 295 Middaugh, Mike 191 276 Middau Miller, Miller, gh, Pamela 171 295 Bobby 171 295 Charles 171 295 Miller, Craig 171 243, 295 Miller, Lou 191 276 Miller, Marilyn 171 295 Miller, Mark 191 276 Miller, Sarah 181 286 Miller, Steven 181 286 Miller, Yvette 191 276 Mills, Virginia 191223, 276 Mindeman, John 191 276 Mindeman, Katherine 171 295 Mitchell, Mark 171 249, 295 Moellers, Jeffrey 191 239, 276 Moellers, Steven 381 286 Money, Anthony 1 1 276 Mecgnkres, Cynthia 181 222, 2 Montgomery, Daisetta 191 277 Montgomery, Robert 181 286 Mooberry, Monnie 171 246, 295 Moore, Gary 191 248, 277 Moore, Mindy 171 245, 295 Moore, Nancy 191 242, 277 Morgan , Kathleen 171 295 Morgan, Christopher 191 277 Morgan, Daniel 171 295 , Timothy 181 295 Kellam, Jeffrey 171 227, 248, 293 Kelley, Samuel 191 274 Kelly, Barry 181 284 Kelly, Karen 181 284 Kelly, Leslie 191 274 Kelly, Russell 171 293 Kemendo, Frances 191 274 Kemper, Toni 181 284 Kenorthy, Kevin 171 293 Kenslow, Vickie 181 284 Kerr, Norman 181 219, 243, 284 Kikugawa, Kina 181 284 Kilgore, Teri 191 274 Killion, Mark 191 274 Kincaid, Timothy 191 275 King, Alicia 171 293 King, James 171 239, 293 Kinison, Kevin 181 284 Kirkpatrick, Greg 191 275 Kirkpatrick, Kathryn 171 293 Kirst, Walter 191 239, 275 Kisler, Corey 181 239, 246, 284 Kittrell, Deborah 591 275 Klein, Elizabeth 1 1 275 Kline, Linda 181 284 Klinge, Wendy 191 275 Knarr, Sally 191 275 Knighton, Lora 171 239, 293 Kopp, Norman 181 243, 284 Korne, Kathryn 191 275 Kraemer, Mark 181 284 Kramer, Kim 171 293 Kramer, Kimberly 191 246, 275, 294 Kramer, Matt 171 221, 290, 294 Kreidler, Mark 171 243, 247, 294 Kreigsman, Mark 171 243, 294 Krietmeyer, Ginna 191 275 Krueger, Cheryl 191 249, 275 Martin, David 191 275 Martin, Dean 171 243, 294 Martin, Elizabeth 171 294 Martin, Harvey 181 285 Martin, Lee 171 294 Martin, Lessa 191 275 Martin, Lisa 191 223, 240, 242 Martin Melinda 8 285 Pamela 191, 294 Morgan, Vicki 181 286 Morgane, John 181 286 Morley, Sarah 191 242, 249. 277 Morse, Daniel 191 277 Mowery, David 171 295 Mowery, William 581 286 Mowry, Tira 171 2 5 Mundt, Ted 191 277 Murphy, Kathleen 191 239, 241, 242, 244, 277 Murray, Kathryn 191 240, 277 Murray, Melissa 171 295 Murry, Patti 191 277 Nalley, Melissa 171 295 Naquin, Cindy S71 295 Nation, Noel 18 243, 286 Neblett, Linda 191 240, 242, 277 Newbill, Kelly 191 277 Newsom, Janet 191 277 Nichols, Darren 181 286 Nichols, Dave 181 286 Nicholson, Ann 191 239, 240, 247, 277 Nix, Sondra 191 277 Nixon, Gayla 171 295 Noel, David 181 286 Nole, Danny 191 277 Norman, Julie 181 286 Martin, Randall 191 242, 276 lgllfgzec, Andrew 191 238, 239, Masek, Elisa Kay 191 276 Mason, Rochelle 191 240,276 Mass, Ronald 181 285 Matetich, Annalisa 191 242, 276 Matlock, Judith 171 294 Matthews, Linda 181 285 Matuszak, Laura S81 249, 285 Maulsby, Brett 19 239, 276 Maus, Diane 171 294 Maxfield, Susan 181 285 Mayfield, Michele 191 223, 240, 276 Mayfield, Tracy 171 294 McAfee, Allyson 171 294 McAfee, Edward 171 294 McAfee, Melanie 181 238, 285 McCain, Stephen 181 231, 243, 285 McCharen, Richard 181 285 McClendon, Jerry 171 242, 294 McClung, Melissa 191 240, 242, 246, 276 McClung, Richard 181 226, 285 Mc6CIung, Timothy 191 240, 27 McCollum, Pamela 191 276 Mc6Cormick, Brian 191 245, 27 Norris, Norris, Norris, Norton, Norton, Norton, Novak, O'Brien Cynthia 171 295 Elizabeth 191 277 Marsha 171 295 Andre S81 286 Paul 17 295 Ron 181 286 Ben 191 277 Timothy 181 286 Oden, Jim 191 239, 277 Oien, Joy 181 286 Olden, Kenneth 171 295 Oliver, Danny 191 277 O'Melia, Dennis 171 295 Orthwei n, Richard 171 295 Otto, Patty 181 248, 286 Otto, Therese 191 277 Owens, Oxford, Oxford, Palmer, Parker, Parker, Jennifer 171 295 Daniel 171 295 Holly 191 277 Michael 181 286 Billie 191 277 Eric 171 295 Parker, James 183 286 Parker, Nancy 193 240, 277 Parker, Terry 183 286 Parks, Cynthia 183 242, 286 Parks, Roxanne 183 286 Parrish, Amy 193 277 Parrish, Sharon 173 241, 248, 295 Parry, Lewis 183 17, 286 Patterson, Carolyn 193 277 Patterson, Cheryl 193 277 Patterson, Kellie 173 295 Patterson, Ted 193 275, 277 Patton, Patrice 193 277 Peck, Lauree 193 277 Psgersen, Sandra 173 295, 2 Pendleton, Janis 183 286 Pennington, Robert 173 27, 295 Penny, Regina 183 286 Perkins, Stephanie 193 277 Perlich, Perrin, Daniel 183 243, 286 Jedie 193 277 Perrin, Michelle 173 295 Perry, Evan 173 295 Perryman, Lisa 193 240, 277 Peters, Janet 173 249, 295 Peterson, Marcille 193 277 Pfleger, Christine 173 249, 295 Phillips , Dan 173 295 Phillips, Donna 193 277 Phillips, Eric 173 295 Ramage, Ronni 193 277 Wagner, Kristin 173 241, 246, Phillips, Russell 173 227,295 Piland, Deborah 19 277 Piland, Robert 173 295 Pilgrim, Terri 193 277 Pinkerton, John 173 249, 295 Pitcher, Dona 183 286 Pitre, William 19 277 Pitts, Cheryl 183 286 Plummer, Brian 193 277 Pollock, Judith 173 295 Pollok. Julie 193 240, 277 Pollok, Michael 173 295 Poison, Christy 373 295 Pontius, Kevin S3 286 Pontius, Lisa 19 277 Poole, Janet 183 286 Poole, Laurie 173 295 Powell, Lisa 173 295 Powers, Robert 193 277 Pracheil, Francis 193 277 Pracheil, John 173 295 Price, Jill 193 239, 277 Probst, Sheryl 193 247, 277 Proffitt, Sandra 173 248, 295 Propst, Sheryl 173 295 Purser, Kristi 183 286 Quapaw, Bob 183 286 Quinn, John 173 295 Quinn, Lawrence 193 277 Rander, S. 173 295 Ratliff, Karen 193 277 Ratliff, Ricky 173 295 Rausch, Camille 193239, 240, 244, 277 Rawlings, Diane 173 295 Read, Mary 173 296 Reaves, Andrea 183 287 Redding, Lois 193 248, 277 Reed, Lisa 173 296 Reed, Lorrie 193 240, 270, 273, 277 Reeves, David 183 239, 287 Reeves, John 173 296 Releford, Terry 173 296 Renfro, Carrie 183 287 Reynolds, Charles 173 296 Reynolds, Marla 193 277 Rhoades, Brettley 183 287 Rhoades, Martha 183 222, 239, 287 Rhoades, Stephen 183 287 Rhoads, Pamela 183 287 Richards, James 193 239, 277 Richards, Jodi 173 296 Richards, Julia 173 241, 296 Richards, Matthew 183 226, 287 Richards, Philip 193 238, 239, 277 Richardson, Lenny 173 296 Ridley, Susanne 173 296 Riffe, Renait 173 245, 296 Robe, Rebecca 173 296 Roberson, Jon 173 296 Roberts, Edward 183 287 gogaerts, Lee 193 243, 277, P Ruggles, Randall 193 278 Rummerfield, Terry 193 278 Rush, Charles 183 287 Rush, Patricia 173 249, 296 Rush, Robin 9 278 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith smnnl Darrell 193 278 Jeff 173 296 Joyce 183 288 Louis 153 2se Sharon 83 246, 288 1 i Rusher, Jim 173 296 Russell, Connie 173 296 Russell, Kathryn 183 249, 287 Russell, Nancy 183 287 Russell, Thomas 173 296 Rutter, K Salasco. Salasco, Salter, D Samilton Samilton ay 193 274, 278 Barbara 183 287 Mary 173 296 lane 183 289 , Cynthia 183 287 Rechinda 193 278 Samuelsf Cynthia 193 278 Sanders, Floryda 173 296 Sanders, Jerry 193 278 Saubert, Jana 193 239, 242, 244, 278 Saulters, Renawn 173 296 Saulters, Rendala 183 287 Schilling Jeffrey 173 296 Schirmery, Jean 193 278 Robinson, Elicia 173 296 Rogainson, Gregory 193 243, 27 Robinson, Nancy 193 243, 278 Robinson Pamela 173 296 Robinsoni Robin 183 238, Zarrow, Scott 193 238, 239, 278 239, 287 Robinson, Terrell 173 296 Rogers, Jennifer 173 296 Roembach, Tracey 173 249, 29 Romero, Christina 173 296 Rommel, Peter 193 278 Roper, Michael 183 287 Ross, Jerry 183 287 Ross, Mitchell 193 233, 278 Rouse, Stephen 183 287 Rucks, Deborah 193 278 Rucks, Debra 173 296 Rucks, Eugene 193 278 Schmidt, Paul 173 248, 296 Schmitt, Doug 193 278 Schneider, Carol 173 296 Schneider, Fred 183 243, 287 Schrenkel, Peter 183 287 Schuller, Cunthia 193 278 Schupp, Chris 183 287 Schupp, Lawrence 183 287 Schweitzer, Arthur 193 278 Ssgweitzer, Susan 173 239, 2 Schwind, Spencer 173 296 Seale, Melinda 183 287 Seanard, Pam 173 249, 296 See, Debra 183 287 Sellers, Bret 193 278 Sellick, Julie 183 27, 287 Shaffer, Ricky 193 278 Shapard, Susan 183 287 Sheehan, Cheryl 173 296 Sheehan, Jan 183 288 Sheffield, Ron 193 246, 278 Shellhorn, Dee Ann 193 234, 240, 242, 244, 278 Shellhorn, Pam 173 296 Shelton, Sharon 183 288 Sheriff, Vicki 193 242, 278 Sherman, Leslie 183 288 Shirkey, Lindsey 193 278 Shockey, Harold 183 288 Shoemaker, Charles 193 278 Shouse, Beverly 193 278 Shouse, Kim 193 278 Shreck, Jane S93 278 Sibole, Phil 18 288 Sikkink, Vivian 183 288 Simpson, David 193 278 Sims, David 183 288 Sinclair, Gail 183 225, 247, 288 Singer, John 193 278 Slpes, Ellen 193 234, 278 Sisemore, Roger 173 296 Skinner, Charles 173 286 Skuy, Belinda 173 296 Smallwood, Jackie 193 278 Smallwood, Steve 183 288 Smith, Allan 183 288 Smith, April 173 296 Smith, Beverly 173 296 Smith, Craig 193 278 Smith, Curtis 173 296 Smith, Stacy 173 296 Smith, Steven S83 246, 288 Snyder, Kim 18 288 Sommer, Mark 173 296 Somers, Shelly 193 242, 245, 278 Soulby, Susan 193 278 Sparks, Charles 173 296 Sparks, Theresa 173 296 Spear, Annette 193 278 Spear, Stephanie 183 242, 288 Speegle, Barton 173 296 Speyer, Susan 183 288 Spradlin, Don 183 288 Stacy, Lynn 183 249, 288 Staires, Cyndy 173 290, 296 Staires, Peggy 193 240, 244, 270, 278 Stallcup, Elizabeth 173 296 Stallcup, John 193 278 Stamper, Sharon 173 296 Stark, Clifton S83 288 Stark, Dona 17 241, 296 Stayton, Jean 173 296 Steed, Jonalyn 183 239, 288 Steed, Michele 173 296 Steel, Diedre 193 223, 278 Steel, Jane 183 239, 288 Steele, Cheryl 183 288 Steele, Ken 193 278 Stephens, Regina 183 288 gtegwart, Joan 193 242, 244, Stickney, Becky 173 296 Stockton, Christi 193 278 Stone, Charles 173 296 Stone, Julie 193 240, 278 Strait, Pam 183 288 Stratton, Cyndy 173 241, 296 Stratton, Doug 183 288 Strickland, Joy 183 288 Strozier, Louann 193 245, 278 Stubbs, Terri 193 239, 240, 241, 244, 278 Stueber, John 193 278 Stueber, Kim 173 296 Sublett, Wondol 173 296 Sullivan, Stacy 173 296 Sutterfield, Glea 183 288 Sutterfield, Mina 173 296 Sutton, Stann 183 288 Swaim, Jeff 183 288 Swanson, Kevin 173 296 Swearingen, Lynn 193 240, 278 Sweeny, Joel 183 288 Tarbel, David 183 219, 288 Tattershall, Julie 173 296 Taylor, Dale 193 278 Taylor, Deborah 173 296 Taylor, Matthew 183 239, 288 Terral, Julia 173 296 Terrell, Roberto 173 296 Tesh, Lisa 193 246, 249, 296 Tessier, William 173 296 Tharp, Don 183 288 Thomas, Bret 183 288 Thompson, Carrie 193 278 gggmpson, Cynthia 173 247, Thompson, Helen 193 278 Thompson, Julie 173 296 Thompson, Larry 193 278 Thomson, Michael 183 288 Tillman, Jefferson 183 288 Townes, Jeffrey 173 247, 296 Townsend, Lizabeth 183 288 Traband, Lynn 173 249, 296 Tracy, Joy 183 288 Treece, Terry 183 288 Trower, Susan 183 288 Tucei, Diane 173 296 Tucker, Susan 183 288 Tudor, Terry 183 288 Turnbaugh, Kristina 193 278 Turner, Heather 193 218, 245, 249, 278 Turner, Laketa 173 296 Turner, Lori 173 296 Turner, Shari 193 278 Twilley, Dwayne 193 278 Tyler, Debra 173 296 Upton, Ross 173 296 Vandiver, Carol 193 242, 278 Vandiver, Charles 183 288 Van Schoyck, Kathryn 193 240, 278 Vantuyl, Ron 193 278 Veasey, Jairus 173 296 Vestey, Darren 183 288 Vierra, Cinda 173 296 Vire, Kevin 183 288 Vlahos, Greg 183 288 Voeller, Jon 183 288 Vogel, Tim 183 288 Volpe, Patricia 193 242, 278 249, 296 Wagor, Stacy 193 278 Walden, Diana 193 240, 278 Walden, Jefferson 183 288 Waldo, Leroy 183 288 Walker, James 183 288 Walker, Sue 193 241, 278 Wallace, Carey 173 296 Wallace, Dana 183 224 Wallace, Janet 173 296 Walls, Bonnie 193 240, 278 Walls, Robert 173 296 Walters, Keith 183 288 Ward, John 183 288 Warne, Lorinda 173 276 Warren, Eric 193 278 Warren, Michael 183 288 Washington, Adrian 193 278 Waters, Pamela S83 288 Watkins, Mark 19 278 Watt, Danelle 183 288 Waychoff, Jeff 183 288 Weaver, Janet 193 278 Webb, Sydney 183 268 Webster, Ann 173 296 Webster, Paula 193 278 Weckstein, Douglas 173 296 Weddle, Ann 193 244, 278 Weddn, Marilyn 193 278 Weir, David 193 278 Weiss, Monica 173 296 Welch, Douglas 193 278 Weldon, Rhonda 183 288 vig-anger, Matthew 173 246, 2 West, James 173 242, 296 West, Susan 193 239, 242, 244, 278 Whelan, Mary 173 239, 296 White, John 173 243, 296 White, Keith 183 288 White, Ronald 173 296 White, Stephanie 193 240, 278 White, Therisia S83 288 Whitlow, Walt 18 288 Whitmore, Shirley 173 246, 296 Whittenberg, Kelli 193 278 Whittenberg, Robert 173 296 Widdicombe, David 183 288 Widdicombe, Karen 193 278 Wilhite, Loyd 173 296 Wilhite, Shawn 193 278 Wilinson, Catherine 183 288 Wilkerson, Jan 193 239, 241, 242, 244, 278 Wilkerson, Janet 183 288 Willhite, Jeff 183 231, 288 Willhite, Williams Lloyd 183 288 , Eddie 173 296 Williams, Glenn 183 288 Williams, Gwyn 183 288 Williams, John 183 288 Williams, Lloyd 173 296 Williams, Mark 183 288 Williams, Michael 173 296 Williams, Patricia 193 278 Williams, Paul 183 288 Williams, Peter 173 296 Williams, Susan 193 244, 249, 278 Williams, Tom 883 288 Willis, Cheryl 1 3 278 igiggis, Robert 173 247, 248, Wilson, Cheryl 193 278 Wilson, Johelen 193 278 Wilson, Keith 173 296 Wilson Laura 183 288 Wilson, Loren 183 288 Wilson, Nancy 173 296 Wilson, Raymond 183 288 Wilson, Steve 173 296 Winn, Tracy 163 288 Wise, Michael 183 288 Witt, Jaye 173 296 Wood, Connie 193 278 Wood, Rhonda 193 278 Wood, Steven 193 239, 278 Woods, Larry 183 288 Wright, Debbie 193 240, 278 Wright, Keith 173 296 Wuenschel, Mark 183 288 Wuenschel, Pete 183 243, 288 Young, Gerald 183 288 Zirk, Leroy 173 296 Zwahlen, Deann 183 288 1973 TORCH STAFF Editor: Lisa Leikam Managing Editor: Joy Donovan Advisor: Sandra L. 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