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every year there are changes but 1971 brought special changes, change came in the form of new ideas, new businesses, and a new look.
different faces came from japan, new jersey, missouri, gary, and Chicago.
area vocational students were from frank -ton, alexandria, tipton, madi son-grant, and shelbyville. along with willkie high students the total enrollment was 825.
hair styles and fashions were varied among e. h. s. students. garb expressed the individual. mini, midi, maxi, leather, fringe, and long hair. all related to our earlier heritage.new businesses and homes were built in el-wood. modernization and relocation were done by some firms, businesses offered jobs for e.h.s. students and places to shop for local citizens, the drive-ins on both ends of the big 1 provided places to congregate, new homes and businesses contrasted with the old and showed the feats of progress.elwood and willkie high are a part of the world, involvement with our world changed ideas and attitudes . creeping into existence were feelings of apathy vs. spirit, patriotism vs. non-conformity, personality showed through with individual tastes, concern, and personalhappiness. these ideas appear new to our generation and some are new, but a majority of these ideas have been around since the beginning of time.ange
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?Special Lights, Spirited Music, Peppy Routines: Varieties 1970.
The 1970 Varieties was the usual favorite and successful show. Directed by Clifford Brugger, the band began with the flashy "Mustang March", and was followed by "Carnival in Venice", a trumpet solo by Band Captain Kris Knauer. Pantherettes delighted the audience with "Hey Big Spender", "Gettingto Know You", and "Button Up Your Overcoat". The Willkie Choir and Swing Choir sang several numbers. Dance Band soloists were Penny Williams, Pete Wingrove, LuAnn Tanzilli, and Tim Edgell.
The Marx Brothers section, emceed by Connie Parker and Greg Cole, featured soloists Carmen Garcia and JoAnn VanWinkle, the "Bits and Pieces Band", and the Kaleidoscopes.
Other show numbers included the Junior High Choir, the band's flute players, french horn players, Tom Moser at the organ, Linda Leonard singing "Somewhere My Love”, the top ten twirlers, and Vicki Huff and Jerry Hoffman in a scene from Camelot.
Majorettes thrilled the audience with the reminder of "Button Up Your Overcoats."
Swinging to "The King and I" are majorettes Pam Poynter and Candy Gootee.
With a monologue JoAnn VanWinkle expresses the problems of a little girl.Instruments, Batons, and Voices Released Talent at Spring Sing.
At Spring Sing the choir presented a medley of .Cole Porter numbers and the Swing Choir went modern with "Aquarius”and "Letthe Sunshine In."
Featured soloists were Connie Durm with "Moonglow", Linda Leonard with "Where Can I Go?" and "Good Morning, Star shine", and Jerry Hoff-man with "I Can’t Help Falling in Love With You". The duet by Peggy Weis-miller and John Fitzpatrick was "All I Have to Do Is Dream."
Singing groups were the Velveteens, the Kaleidoscopes, the Counterpoints, and Renner's Kids.
The Dance Band featured saxophonist Pete Wingrove in "Tequila" and Pennie Williams in "Sweet Georgia Brown."Tim Edgellpresented a drum solo and Bob Peters and Ted King played the duet "Theme from the Apartment."
Dance band members Nola Rittenhouse and Nancy Norris display their saxophone talent.
A popular group around Willkie was the Velveteens who sang several selections.
12Almost 200 Seniors listened intently to the commencement address by Senator Vance Hartke.
Caps, Gowns, and Diplomas Started a New Facet of Life for Seniors.
The Class of 1970, in navy caps and gowns, entered the gym to "Pomp and Circumstance". The honor students were distinctive with gold tassels on their caps. Senator Vance Hartke, in his address, emphasized the role of the graduates in the years ahead.
As they received their diplomas, they showed mixed emotions about this important step.
13Flowers, Candles, and Soft Music Enhanced the Romantic Scene at the 1970
Carmen Garcia, with the Queen's roses, was waiting for the winner.
Surprised and beaming with joy, Pennie Williams received her official crown from Dan Prieshoff.
Modern music by the Gib Gentry Band enlivened "An Affair to Remember".
14As the theme implied, the Junior-Senior Prom was truly "An Affair to Remember" by many. Prom-goers entered into an array of flowers which lined the sides and ceiling of the corridor, the entrance to the enchanting world of foun -tains and fantasy.
Prom-goers danced to romantic music, and enjoyed refreshments at candlelit tables adorned with colorful tablecloths . The guests were served by fresh -man girls dressed in semi-formals .
Climaxing the evening's activities was the crowning of Pennie Williams as the Queen of the 1970 Prom. Dan Prieshoff, Junior Class president, crowned the queen and presented each girl in the court with a gift. The Queen's throne was a rose-covered swing, suspended in a garden of flowers and fountains on either side.
The after-prom dance at the Elwood Country Club was sponsored by the city's service clubs.
Doorman Steve Mengelt greeted guests Kathy Low and Greg Cole as well as many others.
The Queen and her court were Peggy Weismiller, Peggy Updegraff, Pennie Williams, Connie Parker, and Leatha Long.Rain, Tensions, a Tie, a Queen, Marked Homecoming 1970.
Panther Don Smith is slipping loose with the ball from the Tiger tackles.
Crowning of 1970 Homecoming Queen Miss LeAnn Harting highlighted festivities.
Neither rain nor mud could daunt spirits. Kathy Low and Vicki Huff lead the cheers.
16September 26th marked the 1970 Homecoming. Rain cancelled what would have been the best parade ever, but did not stop a respectable game against the Alexandria Tigers . They held a 6 -point advantage over the Panthers. But the local team rallied in the second half with Don Powell's touchdown. Elwood failed to get the extra point, leaving the score 6--6 at the end.
At halftime, minus the Panther Band providing background music due to the rain-soaked field, the crowning of the queen took place. The five queen candidates, Jenny Gough, LeAnn Harting, Janet Murphy, Cathy Richardson, and JoAnn VanWinkle, were presented. Miss LeAnn Harting was crowned by 1970 Queen Miss Sandy Fakes .
Good tips to Bruce Ball from Coach Moore.
Shivering, and waiting the final word, are Homecoming Queen hopefuls JoAnn, Cathy, Janet, LeAnn, Jenny, 1969 Queen Sandy, and escorts.
17JoAnn and Alan help with their make-up.
C. Garcia sold plane ticket to M. Tancey.
Suspense, Action and Drama Involved.
"Flight into Danger", the junior class play, was presented April 21-22, 1970. At the opening, preparations for a chartered airplane flight were being made. Later the captain and cocaptain, as well as several passengers, were stricken with food poisoning. The fate of the passengers lay in the hands of the stewardess and one passenger who tried to land safely. But the plane was guided by the ground director from the control tower.
Student Director--D. Stage Cast--B. Green, K. Low, B. Williams, M. Summers,
A. Leisure, L. Harting,
K. Keifer, S. Bannon, P. Widmeyer, A. Kane, J.
Mock, C. Garcia, J. Van-Winkle, K. Reynolds, K.
When illness struck, the captain was trying to find a doctor among the passengers.
18Actors, Laughter, and Spotlights Created Play.
Behind any play are committees. The stage crew is preparing the living room scene.
The psychiatrist and soap manufacturer exchange opinions about the perfect idiot.
"The Perfect Idiot" entertained the audiences November 19-20, 1970. The play centered around the boy-genius who was disliked by other students. Through bribery to help the star athlete pass, he began to make himself more popular. Finally the play ended in a fun-filled climax. Director--Mr. Sempsrott, Student director--Kathy Pike, Cast--B. Green, C . Richardson, B. Courtney, M. Tancey, D. Beeman, P. Clouser, C. Garcia, A. Kane, J. VanWinkle, A. Leisure, M. Summers, K. Low, K. Reynolds, B. Williams, P. Widmeyer.
A few etiquette lessons are learned by Dan as Linda says what she thinks.
There are many ingredients for success in today's world, but among those most important stands academic excellence. Education, an absolute necessity in todays world has always been the purposeofWill-kie High School. Through academics the backbone of our school the student is prepared for a future.The Megaphone dummy was put together by H. Kelich, M. Tancey, L. Savage, L. Kane.
Group theme grading was done by J. Davis, B. Whisler, T. Conwell, S. Rodriquez.
Skills and Appreciation Developed in English.
The English department has been organized with the purpose of helping the students learn their language in order to write, speak, and think clearly and to read with insight .
The classes offered are English and American literature, grammar, journalism, speech, honors English, advanced composition. Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors were required to take grammar the first semester and literature the second semester . Seniors may take honors English and advanced composition.
In an original skit D. Piirto got in the way of C. Walters and P. Hankley's fight.
In speech class A. Leisure could not convince K. Kiefer to buy her product.
22Term paper research forced Marilyn Pedro, Tom Oldag, and Jean Pearson to the library.
Films, movies, panel discussions, and records are used to widen the scope of the classes . Students may find themselves writing short stories and plays. Juniors get to do their first term papers on any topic they choose.
The journalism class edits the Megaphone and the Willkie High World, and prepares news for the broadcast over WBMP.
23This geometry bulletin board was done by Emma and Debbie.
Senior math students T. Shepard and A. Baugher
New book means homework for M. Slayton.
New Math Books Updated the Courses
Almost every day one uses mathematical knowledge. The math courses offered were at a level for each student --general math, beginning and advanced algebra, geometry, and senior math. Geometry classes used an overhead projector for proving theorems and drawing geometrical figures. Math equipment was measuring devices, the blackboard, and "pounds" of chalk.
Tom Oldag and Jerry Bomholt took part in the annual Franklin College math contest. Jerry placed 21st in 100 contestants .
L. Doan and M. Frye help A. Davenport. Figuring out a problem were Gary and Terry.The country for study is shown by K. Low, K. Reynolds, P. Clouser, K. Seright.
Personality trait analysis interested Linda Sullivan and Kim Slocum.
Continuing tradition, D. Elsworth constructed a medieval manor.
Social Studies Courses Looked into the Past and Toward the Future
This year of national elections proved very interesting for many social studies students. They became involved in discussions on Vietnam, social conditions, and other government issues which showed the concerns of youth.
A speaker from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare told of social problems and proposed solutions.
Classes offered in this department were world history, U.S. history, geography, soci-ology, psychology, civics, and economics. Group projects, panel discussions, term papers, and individual reports and projects were all part of the activity.
25Explaining an internal combustion engine to B. Weaver and D. Buis was P. Wilson.
Science Courses Laid the Foundations for the Scientific World
The science-minded students enrolled in classes in physics, chemistry, physical science, and general and advanced biology. The classes made use of film loops, film strips, films, and overhead projectors to further explain the topic discussed.
Physics, physical science, and chemistry consisted of text work and experiments. General and advanced biology used the text and did dissections, lab practicals, and microscope work. Special projects were rock collections. leaf collections, research papers, and the planting of trees. Tim Garnerworked on building a laser.
Fractional distillation of petroleum was measured by Chemist Ron Gill.
Biology of pond water was observed by Tom Oldag in advanced biology.Accurate answers on a slide rule were read by JoAnn VanWinkle and Mark Kelley.
Weighing and recording loss of water were Vida Mutchler and Mike Gardner.
27A chalk sketch of Kathy Bambrough was a project of Carolyn Updike.
Art Demanded Creativity of Student
An attempt was made in the art classes at Willkie to develop creative thinkers . The first-year art students experienced drawing and design of still life, tempera paintings of drawings, lettering, commercial design.
The second-year students enjoyed drawing, design, composition, watercolor painting, block printing.
Third-year students went on to drawing and composition, acrylic painting, silk screening, and other projects .
Expressing her creativity in modern art was Sandy Parker.
Student Gerald Hughes made his contribution to the art room in a poster.
Lettering and numbering in an ancient style was Dwight Gross.
28Classic and rock were studied in music appreciation as shown by these three.
Private instrumental lessons were given by Mr. Parente to student Jeff Leathers.
Music Was Studied in Every Phase
A solemn piece of music meant hard work for members of the choir.
Moving to contemporary music meant not only work but also fun.
Music was studied in all phases at Willkie High School. Music classes were choir, music appreciation, band, and private lessons.
The choir prepared special numbers for the Spring Sing, Sing out for Servicemen, Variety Show, and songs for some convocations .
Music appreciation classes listened and studied every form of music and learned about composers and their style of music.
The band prepared half-time shows for basketball and football games, and prepared for parades.
Private lessons were for students wishing to further their musical talent.
29M. Magers and C. Pace used card games to leam words.
French art is observed.
Foreign Languages Broke Communication Barrier
One of the most useful and interesting subjects is the studying of the language and customs of a country.
Spanish, the language of our Latin American friends, was offered for three years at Willkie. Spanish I and II students used the consolette for lessons; filmstrips to show customs of Mexico, South America, and Spain, a tape recorder for vocabulary words; and Spanish conversations. Third-year students read Spanish magazines and newspapers, held discussions, and gave skits for other Spanish classes.
A dictionary broke the language barrier for D. Miller, B. Burton.
Spanish III students had discussions on major topics.
French is often considered one of the most beautiful languages. Students learned to tell time in French, listened to records that went along with the magazine to which they subscribed, gave short skits, prepared reports on French history and famous Frenchmen, studied
French paintings and other French accomplishments.Latin names for bones were given by Christy Davies.
Reading French magazines were Gary Johnson, Don Smith, and Jeff Fihe.
Before a quiz Cindy Smith studied her French verbs.
Listening to tape on the suzette helped in Latin forj. Jackson, T. Davis, P. Davis.
Latin is considered the basis for many foreign languages. Latin students benefited from filmstrips in Latin showing historical background and pictures for teaching vocabulary. The consolette was used frequently to present the lessons and then students used what they had heard.
31Hitting a volleyball across the net is Susan Armstrong.
Physical Ability Measured in P.E.
Physical education was a break from academic work. There were such activities as volleyball, soccer, folk dancing, wrestling. P.E. was also offered in summer school and the classes included swimming, softball, and tennis.
The P.E. teachers also taught health. The purpose of the class was to provide facts about the body and the workings of the mind which may, in some small way, prepare the students for adulthood.
First aid skills are practiced on Clare Williams.
Summer P.E. classes enjoyed days at the pool. Team competition in sports is used in boys' P.E.Project posters by Debbie Frazier, Karen Brewer, and Brenda Carroll get final touches.
Possible engine problems are pointed out to Jackie Walters by Mr. Hicks.
Narcotics, Driver's Ed Are Appreciated Now
Before taking off for a summer drive, Angela Waymire gives a nervous smile.
Warning posters are an annual project.
Driver's education, an elective, is offered in the regular year and in summer school to those at least 15 years old. In addition to learning the fundamentals of operating an automobile, students were informed of laws for safe driving, and the parts of an automobile and how they operate.
Narcotics classes had interesting discussions, viewed films, and made posters. Filmstrips and many small books and pamphlets were given by the State Board of Health. A highlight of the year was a trip to a local drug store to stress the importance of strict drug control.Working on a bookkeeping manual was Jeanie Hobson.
A shorthand lesson was started by Carolyn McClain.
E.H.S. Students Learned Business Practices
Business classes at the high school and vocational school trained business-minded students in office work.
General business gives the student a good start in the business world by teaching him the fundamentals of business.
Business math was an important class for business students. This class teaches everything from figuring deductions on paychecks to reading the stock market.
Business typing was helpful to everyone. This course teaches students how to type and then how to apply this skill to typing in business. Students could then further their typing skills by taking advanced typing, in which they aimed for more speed with accuracy.
In bookkeeping student Rusty Loy closed the entries for the day.
34Typing were T. Giselbach, P. Smith, D. Long
Finishing his workbook was J. Pierce.
Sophomore Mary Jo Alley concentrated on her business typing.
Shorthand was a must for future secretaries. This class teaches the fundamentals of shorthand with speed and accuracy.
Recordkeeping was an advanced form of bookkeeping. Bookkeeping with the help of visual aids and practice sets was like real bookkeeping setups.
Two other classes were office machines and office procedures. These were one-semester classes and this was the first year office machines had been a separate class. Office machines taught the studenthow to use the calculating machines such as the ten-key and rotary calculator, duplicating machines, and dictating machines.
Office procedures carried out the training a little farther by explaining when and how to use these machines to one's advantage.
Checking her assignment for the day in business math was Diane Shepard.VST and VCT Involves
Actual Office Machines
Typing a master was a tedious skill for Secretary Wanda Green.
V.S.T.-V.C .T. wasa three-hour lab for seniors in which they experienced real office activities. They learned to produce acceptable work of various kinds for faculty members and local businesses, and to meet deadlines, an important need in offices.
Through the lab the students improved their skills in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, duplicating of all types, and other office procedures.
Each student did research on a particular firm or business, gathering data on the history, products, and services rendered. They read books or articles on new business trends each week.
Field trips included Mercy Hospital, Small's, R.C.A., a Marion bank, and the finance center in Indianapolis.
The class actively participated in O. E. A., a co-curricular organization for office labs. The club had many money-making and civic projects. The students also attended the regional leadership conference and state and national conventions.
Placing a roll of paper in the adding machine were Judy French and Mrs. Barnett.
36Operating the key punch which makes holes in computer cards was T. Williams.
Computers Came and Brought Changes
Data processing is a relatively new field of science and is in its second year in Elwood Schools. Vocational data processing is a three-hour course for beginners, and computer science is a three-hour lab for postgraduates or second-year students and was offered for the first time this year. The new computer system of attendance was through data processing. These classes used the computer to put grades on report cards and to do class scheduling.
New equipment for the department was the computer, card reach punch, and disk storage drive.
Field trips included the data processing center, Citizens Banking Company at.Marion, State Farm Mutual Company in Indianapolis.
The students participated in state and national OEA data processing contests and leadership events.
Hammersplits were set by Lanetta Smith and Sandi Coston.A wooden bowl is turned on the lathe for H. Gross’s project.
An amdot halftone negative is produced by Tom Barmes and Joe Are-hart in the dark room.Truing edges on a joiner is D. Rodriquez while J. Woodworking projects of Eugene Creamer and Jerry Rogers are Casas and R. Brown watch. sanded to a finish.
A metal lathe is turning projects of Gary Burchette, Mark Brown, and Jim Davis.
Vocational Interests Explored in IA
At Willkie High School the industrial arts course helps in the understanding and development of knowledge for the vocation of industrial arts.
The classes are beginning and advanced woods, mechanical drawing, I.A. math, printing, blueprint reading, drafting, and home mechanics.
Instructional areas are in the high school building as well as in the vocational building.
Almost every project in this department is done on an individual basis, and instruction is given likewise.Frequency measurements are tested on the machine by Bob Kolacki and Dave An electrical relay experiment in-
Caldwell terests M. Fettig.
Electrical Procedures Are Mastered
Electronics is becoming one of America's most important and demanding fields. Courses that are offered at the vocational school are basic electricity, electronics, and vocational electronics.
In the classroom are discussion and theory explanation. In a well-equipped laboratory experiments and the general functions of electricity are performed .
Field trips to Indiana Bell Telephone and Delco Radio, and speakers as Bob Frazee helped to show how demanding the electronics field is.
Three vocational electronics students conduct a high voltage (15,000 volts) lab on the Jacob's ladder.Helping roof the new house before winter are B. Thomberry, D. Rodriquez, and R. Niccum.
Fascia board is put up by B. McCorkle, R. Day, and M. Cruea.
VBT Raises Another House
Roofing is nailed by T. Waymire, G. Wylie, T. Altherr.
One outside plywood wall is pounded into place by John Pearson, John Teach-nor, Ron Hunter.
Vocational building trades is designed for those boys who are interested in learning about the construction trade. The program offers a wide variety of experiences for these boys. The class is operated similar to a construction company with the boys being the workers and the teacher the superintendent. Boys are assigned foreman duties over specific job phases. This is a two-year program open to those who have the prerequisite courses. Some of the boys are from neighboring schools who enroll in the vocational school for one-half day.
The house now under construction is on Fairground Road for Mr. Tom Pantos.To mill indicator pieces wasn't any problem for M. Waymire and D. Heller.
High Potential Seen in Machine Shop
Apprentice-type training for future jobs was taken in vocational machine shop. Heavy machinery was used for the first time by some of the students. They are now purchasing a new horizontal band saw. Kokomo's Continental Steel Company was a field trip, and the Victory Bell was a real project.
Group work is used on problems of design and methods of production. Daily routine includes not only machine work, but classroom instruction with films, charts, transparencies, and textbooks. Mathematics is important in machine work, so help is given in this.
Tool check-out tags are being made ready to drill by Tim Altherr and Jeff Rogers.
The cutting of a gear by horizontal milling machine is led by J. B. Spitzmesser.
The new tool crib is shown by John Shepard.Front end rod bearings are put in by Greg Conwell.
Carburetor adjustments are made by Mark Hinds and Tony Henn.
A motor to overhaul is tom down by Joe Bourff, Dennis Longnecker, Danny Hoose.
The intake manifold is tightened by Don Pinkleton, Tim Shelton, Joel Hancock.
VAM Prepared Students as Mechanics
Vocational auto mechanics is a three-hour program offered to juniors and seniors wishing to enter the auto mechanics field.
Classroom study includes parts, repair, and selling the car. In labs they actually perform maintenance on various makes and models, rebuild engines, service air conditioning, and many other phases of mechanics.
The class worked in cooperation with Heiser Ford and with East Side Parts. A field trip in November was to the Ford plant in Indianapolis.
Boys in the class were in the V.A.M. Club.Seamstress Candy Vice sews first seam on a dress.
Demonstrations are done on carts.
Training for Homemaking Is Enjoyed
The importance of the home-making courses is not easily exaggerated. Mrs. Tolle and Mrs. Schwear help prepare girls for a future of motherhood, cooking, interior decorating, tailoring, nursing, and other skills needed in homes, hospitals, offices.
The students not only study from books, but also prepare lunches for faculty (food service), observe children (child care), listen to speakers, view films, and use skits to dramatize food service, take field trips to new homes (interior decorating), and make displays to show what they study. Boys are offered a semester class in home economics .
Each girl selects a pattern and works individually.
Taking notes on a filmstrip are D. Leisure, T. Waymire, L. Weaver, and B. Mountcastle.Child care classes enjoyed the baby who one of many special projects.
visited them for a day. This was only
These three girls are preparing to wash dishes.
Food service trainees Carolyn Tanzilli and Sandra Johnson slice garlic bread for noon.
For the vocational faculty lunch Kathy Tatum and Leta Jones served dessert.
45WBMP's only control girl is ICT's Gay Garrison.
Dickey Nursing Home afforded nursing experience for Billy Mitchell.
Fun and Work Were the ICT Program
Industrial Cooperative Training is a vocational program to prepare students for useful employment by providing on-the-job training while the student completes a regular high school course. It also benefits the school by broadening the vocational program in the community.
A one-hour class is required where the student studies specific and related material, tax forms, consumer economics.
On-the-job training includes auto mechanics, florist, seamstress, nursing, custodian, radio broadcasting, and work at EMKA and Cannon Products.
On the job Dennis Baldwin fills drink orders for afternoon YMCA goers.
ICT studies specific and related information.Shelves at the Penney store were stocked carefully and often with new merchandise by DE trainee Jerry Jordan.
Dressing a mannequin were B. Gamer and S. Ebert.
DE Was a Class of Projects
During class Ron and Gary practice on cash register.
Telephone etiquette is drilled by Margie and Kathy.
Distributive education teaches the phase of business concerned with marketing, distribution, salesmanship, merchandising, display. Juniors and seniors learn marketable skills for employment in the distribution field.
The club, DECA, is co-cur-ricular. Students carry over into the club what they have learned in the classroom. DECA performed services for the community with projects operated in a business-like manner which contributed to student growth. They attended three leadership conferences.
Junior members had a city survey and a Christmas showcase. In class they experimented with commercials and sales demonstrations. The class has a cash register, practice telephones, mannequins, stock shelves, and showcases. All students worked on a creative marketing project for DECA.athletics
From the beginning of time, man has realized the value and pleasure of sporting games and athletic activities . The blood, sweat, and tears of a young athlete may someday lead to happiness and success. In any case, through athletics we learn that, as in life, it is not winning that is as important as simply giving one hundred percent dedication to the cause.
Following all the teams in their contests is the loyal student body, realizing that on the battlefields of today lie the foundations for the lives of tomorrow."Fire up E-Men," says cheerleader, Hey, Hey, We Want The Panthers! Varsity cheerleaders await team's arrival.
PEP CLUB FRONT ROW--Mrs. Van Wagner—sponsor, R. Arnold, V. Huff, L. Van Wagner, B. Florea, P. Widmeyer, A. Myerly, C. Hood, C. Updike, L. Smith. 2nd ROW--D. Hittle, P. Parker, E. Laird, D. Caldwell, R. Fromholtz, L. Budd, R. Stickler, M. Smith, C. Jackson, A. Leisure. 3rd ROW--B. Dudley, V. Freund, P. Kelly, C. Thornberry, K. Pace, R. Etchi-son, P. Fagg, E. Hill, J. Pearson, M. Pedro. 4th ROW--D. Leisure, P. Lantz, D. Laird, C. Pace, K. Weddell, T. Mundy, M. Morgan, K. Brewer, D. Frazier, T. Sandoval. 5th ROW--P. Clouser, J. Cypers, T. King, A. Waymire,D. Stone, J. Beber, R. Fakes, A. Williams, J. Hobson, C. Davies. 6th ROW--L. Robertson, J. Yohe, K. Strong, B. Stewart, J. Short, M. Thorn-berry, M. Anderson, J. Church, T. Noble, P. Davies. 7th ROW--C. Barker, M. Fihe, S. Wright, P. Dunnichay, N. Robertson, S. Hobbs,L. Stiner, M. Kelly, T. Wardwell, R. Murray. BACK ROW—T. Lynas, J. Wire, G. McDaniel, T. Slayton, R. French.I
Varsity cheerleaders--Bobbie Florea, Penny Widmeyer, Alice Myerly, Carolyn Updike, Vickie Huff.
Polly Panthers, Kathy Bambrough and Maria Updegraff.
Junior Varsity cheerleaders--Luwana Smith, Chris Hood, Lome Van Wagner, Rhoda Arnold.
Spirit Rallies Teams To Win
The Pep Club was a little smaller than usual this year, but they were a spirited group. The 70 member club, under the direction of Mrs. VanWagner, did their best to boost the mighty Panthers. The club chose to wear lightweight navy blue V -neck sweaters .
The varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders and Polly Panther, Maria Updegraff, attended cheerleader camp at Vincennes University lastsum-mer in preparation for the upcoming year. Dennis Baldwin was elected to lead the boys' pep block and assist the cheerleaders .
Freshmen cheerleaders—Sheryl Wright, Cindy Barker, Tracie Slayton, Nancy Robertson.E-Men: Proud Athletes
Any boy who had obtained a letter in any var -sity sport was eligible for E-Men. The club had 40 members.
The E-Men had many activities throughout the year. They went to a Purdue football game, a Pacer basketball game, and a Ft. Wayne Comet's hockey game. The E-Men sponsored Powder Puff football, basketball open house, and the had-been, will be basketball game. They also sold concessions at all underclass basketball games, the Elwood relays and wrestling matches. The money from this financed their project which was a new video-tape machine.
E-Men were recognized to be one of the more active and spirited organizations. At home basketball games they formed the boys cheerblock.
E-Men Rick Coston and Danny Green pass out basketball programs.
E-Mens: FRONT ROW--B. Thornberry, D. Green, J. Mock, M. Kelley, B. Courtney, J. King, A. Pace, C. Walters. SECOND ROW--R. Coston, K. Shaw, B. Goodknight, K. Low, J. Rodgers, M. Cluggish, P. Arnold, H. Shepard, B. Ball. THIRD ROW --J. Bomholt, T. Smith, D. Durm, T. Moser, B. Green, D. Prieshoff, T. Oldag, J. Williams. FOURTH ROW--D. Sizelove, B. Delong,B. Etchison, A. Davenport, B. Call, M. Skillman, R. Loy, D. Smith. FIFTH ROW—D. Karch, K. Jones, S. Stone, G. Linsmeyer, B. Sullivan, G. Harting, J. Pearson, N. Alexander. BACK ROW--P. Acres, T. Eaton, L. Hobbs, S. Mengelt, Mr. Keesling--sponsor.
52Attending FCA summer camp: Bruce Ball, Mr. Hicks, Brian Green, Phil Arnold, Ken Low, and Dan Prieshoff at Mount Pleasant, Michigan.
FCA sponsor for 1970-71 was Coach Rod Hicks.
FCA: FIRST ROW: K. Low, B. Green, B. Ball. SECOND ROW: Jim Mock-President, M. Kelley, A. Pace, R. Coston. THIRD ROW: P. Arold, D. Rries-hoff, J. King, C. Walters.
FCA: Professed Christian Ideals.
Elwood's huddle group of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes displayed good sportsmanship and spread Christian ideals on the football field, on the basketball court, and other places of competition .
Last summer five boys went to Mount Pleasant, Michigan for the National FCA Conference with Coach Hicks. This was a great experience, seeing standout athletes of every field confess their faith.
Returning to Elwood, the group worked at getting young blood into the organization to further the life of it and strengthen it.
53Cindermen Accomplished First Winning Season in Ten Years.
Cinderman Terry Jones proved his running ability in the 100-yard dash.
Strength played a great part in long jumping for Don Powell.
Varsity Track Team: FRONT ROW--D. Jones, R. Graham, J. Williams, B. Davis, D. Powell, K. Shaw, P. Rice, T. Jones, K. Slocum, N. Creamer, R. Scott. 2nd ROW--D. Durm, D. Green, B. Ball, K. Low, P. Durham, J. Powell, D. Smith, N. Alexander, R. Wright, J. Pearson. 3rd ROW--P. Arnold, B. Green, J. Acres, J. Seright, M. Guffey, J. Bouslog, G. Cole, D. Rodriquez, M. Kelly. 4th ROW--H. Slate, R. Coston, A. Pace, J. Rogers, B. Thornberry, P. Simmons, D. Prieshoff, J. Mock, B. Hess, T. Davis. BACK ROW--Mr. Keesling, K. Wardwell, D. Tatum, B. Courtney, D. Sizelove, Mr. Bailey.»
Dan Prieshoff hurls the shot put.
TRACK EL WOOD OPPONENT
Pendleton 23 95
Blackford 91 23
Noblesville 29 89
Peru 68 50
Frankton 73 1 2 44 1 2
Tipton--Western 481 2 63--33 1 2
Highland - -Miss. 58 67--23
Alex.--Miss . 82 36 1 2--29 1 2
Noblesville Relays 7th
Pendleton Relays 7th
New Castle Relays 6th
Wilkie's young track team produced the first winning season in ten years. Coach Van Bailey had predicted success for his team.
A school record was set in the two-mile as Andy Pace, a junior, breezed to victory.
Sectional qualifiers were Seniors Pat Rice, and Terry Jones, and Juniors Kim Shaw, Mark Kelly, Don Powell, and Andy Pace. Don Powell was voted the intersquad trophy and Beth Burton was track queen.
Junior Varsity Track Team: FRONT ROW--K. Southern, P. Acres, B. Carpenter, R. Tompkins, S. Stone, J. Dillon, D. Buis. MIDDLE ROW--Coach Marcuson, R. Shaw, T. Eaton, K. Giselbach, K. Jones, D. Adams, K. Hobbs. BACK ROW--M. Humphrey, A. Durm, P. Clark, R. Robinson, D. Clary, E. Gillespie.
55Golfers Swing Winning Season
A good game of golf is for fun and relaxation, as well as for competition, The team practiced every day on the Country Club greens, where meets were held. Mr , Burton coached the Wilkie High swingers to a fine 10--7 record in 1970. They placed 6th in C.I.C. tourney and 15th in the Sectional. The Varsity Team was led in scoring by the graduating Bruce Updegraff, and by number twc man, Junior Tom Oldag.
Golf Team: FRONT ROW--T. Wright, J. Himburg, M. Skillman, K. Brown, B. Updegraff, A. Davenport, T. Brunnemer. BACK ROW--J. Dunnichay, G. Linsmeyer, B. Sullivan, M. Gerth, B. DeLong, T. Oldag.
GOLF ELWOOD OPPONENT
Mt. Vernon 4 1 2 51 2
Highland 6 4
Blackford 14 1
Peru 4 1 2 51 2
Tipton 10 5
Muncie South 12 1 2 21 2
Frankfort 1 14
Noblesville 0 10
Alexandria 8 7
Burris 91 2 51 2
Invitational 13th (334 strokes)
Lebanon 1 1 2 161 2
Mississinewa 9 1
Kokomo 91 2 51 2
Pendleton 0 1
Shenandoah 1 0
LaPorte Inv. 20th (355 strokes)
Culver Inv. 16th (349 strokes)
Madison Heights rained out
C.I.C. at Alexandria 6th (353 strokes)
Delta 1 0
Eastbrook Inv. Disqualified
Sectional 15th (352 strokes)
Looks as if Mark missed a birdie.Cross-country Men End in 4—4 Season
CROSS COUNTRY ELWOOD OPPONENT
Pike Invitational 8 th
Highland 30 25
Peru 25 34
New Castle 44 17
Tipton--Blackford 32 39--45
Oak Hill--Miss . 39 30--57
Wabash--Alex. 40 38--46
Shenandoah 49 15
C.I.C. 3rd--100 points
M. Grant--Frankton 58 28--44 1 2
Sectional 16th--406 points
Cross Country is a mastery of running longdistances in a short time. Willkie's team ran at the Elwood Country Club and was coached by Mr. Hicks .
The Junior Varsity's record was 2--4.
Panting to the finish is Jerry Bomholt.
Cross Country: FRONT ROW--Andy Pace, Paul Acres, Aaron Davenport, Kem Jones, Jerry Bomholt, Nick Croy. BACK ROW--Ron Stout, Bill Thornberry, Ken Low, Mark Kelly, Bruce DeLong, Dave Durm, Dave Stout, Coach Hicks.
57Fall Tennis Was New This Year
TENNIS SPRING FALL
E--Op E - -Op
Burris 1--6 1 - -6
Blackford 3--4 0--7
Wabash 1--6 0--7
Tipton 3--4 2--5
Hamilton S.E. 4--3
Huntington 0--7 1--6
Mississinewa 2--5 2--5
Alexandria 2--5 3--4
Peru 0--7 0--7
Kokomo Sectional 0--4
Spring Tennis Team: FRONT ROW—J. Balser, T. Moser. BACK ROW--L. Kelley, Coach Hicks, C. Walters, J. Julius.
Fall Team: J. Cleaver, B. Peters, R. Bayne, D. Karch, B. Green, B. Goodknight, B. Courtney, T. Moser.
The 1970 spring tennis team experienced a rough season without a win. The team was predominately underclass -men coached by Mr. Hicks.
Then tennis was moved to the fall season. The young netters, coached by Mr. Marcuson, had a 1--9 season record. Tom Moser was named to the honorable mention on the C.I.C. team.
Returning the ball was B. Courtney.
B. Goodknight shows his skill with a high serve.Susan Gardner threw a pass while C. Updike and S. Wright protected her.
Girls Entered the World of Sports as Football Players
The second annual Powder Puff football game on October 29 turned out to be a muddy battle. The Freshman-Junior team, alias Leo's Ladies, walked off as the victors. The Sophomore-Senior team, alias Arnie's Army, left the field with low spirits from their defeat of 38 - -0.
Coaches for the Freshmen-Juniors were Leo Dauenhauer and Don Smith, and for the Sophomore-Seniors Phil Arnold and Bruce Ball.
Outstanding players for the two teams were Susie Gardner, Tracie Slayton, Sara Hobbs, Maria Updegraff, Mindy Fihe, Bobbie Florea, Debby Leever, Sandy Parker, Susie Hirsch.Varsity Football: FRONT ROW--Manager D. Sizelove, B. Etchison, N. Alexander, S. Ebert, T. Smith, M. Cluggish, G. Halting, Manager T. Eaton. SECOND ROW--Manager B. Savage, L. Dauenhauer, M. Guffy, K. Shaw, R. McPhearson, D. Green, R. Coston, ManagerB. Jarrell, Manager B. Call. THIRD ROW--Manager D. Humphrey, R. Sanders, C. Walters, T. Robinson, J. King, T. Henn, R. Wright, D. Prieshoff, J. Bouslog, Manager S. Mengelt. BACK ROW--Coach Keesling, D. Smith, K. Slocum, B. Ball, R. Scott, N. Creamer, P. Travis, J. Williams, P. Arnold, J. Mock, R. Loy, Assistant Coach Moore.
FOOTBALL ELWOOD OP.
Noblesville 6 39
Blackford Co. 22 14
Muncie South 8 16
Alexandria 6 6
Madison Heights 0 41
Tipton 14 22
Peru 14 34
W. Lafayette 18 28
Wabash 6 24
Huntington 6 50
Panthers overcome Pirates as Coyt hugs the ball from the grasp of the tacklers.
60Tactics for another touchdown are discussed by Senior Don Powell and Coach Keesling.
New Programs Kicked Off with Football
The Panthers proved that they could play excellent football and that they could win even though they did not have a winning season.
Morale builders included a renovated and carpeted dressing room, renovated showers, new blue and red uniforms with white shoes, and practice machines (compliments of the firemen).
Many honors were awarded to some of thegridders: C.I.C. honorable mention--Don Smith, Don Powell, Phil Arnold, and Jim King; C .1 .C. 2nd team--Joe Williams; All-County Grid Team--lst team--Joe Williams and 2nd team--Don Powell; All-State Team--Joe Williams
Senior Players: FRONT ROW--K. Shaw, S. Ebert, R. Coston. SECOND ROW--C. Walters, J. King, T. Smith, D. Green, M. Cluggish. BACK ROW--D. Prieshoff, B. Ball, J. Williams, P. Arnold, J. Mock, and R. Sanders.
61J.V s Developed Skills for Varsity Action
JUNIOR VARSITY ELWOOD OPPONENT
Madison Heights 0 2
Pendleton 0 26
Frankfort 20 24
Huntington 6 14
Mississinewa 22 0
Peru 14 24
Noblesville 0 18
Muncie South 6 12
Tipton 8 13
This year's Junior Varsity Team had a 1--8 season. However they won more than the record indicates: they gained sportsmanship, respect, and the ability to play good football.
Good work was done by several on offense; many good blocks were thrown in backfield; strong defense was exhibited by several boys .
The team displayed a never-give-up attitude and much courage.
Running a touchdown for the Jr. Varsity team is Sophomore Bob Carpenter.
Junior Varsity Team: FRONT ROW--T. Eaton, J. Himburg, R. Shaw, D. Cooper, B. Bingham, B. Jarrell. SECOND ROW --S. Mengelt, R. Robinson, K. Hobbs, R. Hodson, J. Parsons, D. Buis, T. Giselbach, D. Humphrey. THIRD ROW--B. Savage, K. Riegel, G. Linsmeyer, S. Stone, E. Robinson, B. Carpenter, M. Bollinger, D. Clary, D. Vinson. BACK ROW —Coach McQuitty, J. McElfresh, B. Whisler, B. Sullivan, K. Thrawl, K. Giselbach, B. Altherr, T. Altherr, K. Southern, M. Altherr, Coach Bailey.
62R. Conner tackled Mississinewa back.
Freshmen Ability Leads to 5—3 Record
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL E OP.
Madison Heights 28 0
S. Side, Anderson 0 14
Alexandria 34 6
Blackford 24 0
Mississinewa 28 8
Peru 6 14
Nobles vi lie 0 18
Pendleton 34 6
The Freshman Football Team, which was coached by Mr. William Hocker and Mr. Michael House, had a season record of five wins and three losses . The offense scored a total of 154 points, and the defense allowed the opponents only 66 points in 8 games.
Some of the outstanding players for the season were John Burnette, Dave Pace, Ted Tyner, Kevin Courtney, Ron Connors, and Fred Stage.
These team members gained skills and experience to aid them as they become Junior Varsity and Varsity players another year.
Freshman Football Team: FRONT ROW—R. Hughes, S. Heiser, S. Chase, M. Robinson, M. Nichols. SECOND ROW—K. Fewell, T. Juday, D. Zech, F. Stage, D. Pace, P. Beach. THIRD ROW--Coach House, B. Hocker, T. Troutman, T. Hanlin, J. Burnette, T. Hibst, T. Pierce, B. Kaiser, Coach Hocker. BACK ROW—J. Smith, R. Conner, J. Jackson, J. Green, K. Courtney, B. Sanders, P. Fuller, T. Tyner.
63Diamond Stars Were Victorious
Safe on the base by inches is Ted Da- Conferring with Coach Spear is L.
The '69-'70 edition of the baseball team enjoyed the only winning season of the year for Elwood athletics.
The squad, coached by Tom Spear, compiled a record of 15 wins and 5 losses . They went to the final game only to fall to Madison Heights . The squad had only one game before four seniors had to leave, for various reasons. At that time a predominantly underclass team dropped the other four losses and a CIC berth but gained valuable experience for the next year.
Batting another victory for the baseball team is Joe Williams.
Baseball Scores E.H.S. OPP.
Madison Heights 6 5
Sheanandoah 4 0
Hamilton Heights 11 2
Frontier 13 2
Frontier 14 5
Lapel 11 0
Haworth 4 13
Madison-Grant 9 4
Delta 9 3
Tipton 11 2
Frankton 10 9
Lapel 3 0
Madison Heights 2 8
Blackford 2 3
Wabash 8 7
Tipton 3 2
Huntington 1 5
Alexandria 11 3
Burris 12 0
Peru 5 7
Bill Skillman Ron Romig John Seright Joe Williams Jerry Bomholt Danny Green, Mgr.
Dave Sizelove, Mgr.
John Pearson Jack Powell Brian Courtney Dave Cannon Coyt Walters Terry Jones, Mgr.
64Grappler R. Loy is going for a pin.
Breaking down the opponent an important step before the pin is grappler Jim King.
Grapplers Place 4th in CIC
The wrestling team was led by coach Les Marcus on and a group of experienced seniors. The team had a season record of 5 wins and 6 losses. They met such rivals as Tipton, Alex, and Noblesville. In the Tipton Invitational they placed seventh. The team placed eleventh in the sectional .
Wrestling Scores E.H.S. OPP.
Western 20 34
Clinton Prairie 38 16
Madison-Grant 30 22
Noblesville 8 36
Haworth 18 36
Wabash 40 16
Highland 20 29
Peru 23 28
Hamilton Heights 38 16
Tipton 28 31
Alexandria 32 14
Wrestling Team: FRONT ROW--S. Heiser, R. Bayne, J. Leavett, B. Leisure, R. Coston, D. Green, A. Pace, J. Dillion, D. Buis. SECOND ROW—Mr. Markson--coach, N. Alexander, B. Ball, R. Loy, C. Walters, B. Whistler, T. Pierce, B. Stewart. BACK ROW M. Robinson, R. Hughes, B. Etchison, P. Acres, T. Hancher, G. Hibst, T. Walker, R. Adair.
65Varsity Basketball: FRONT ROW--B. Thornberry, B. Delong, P. Arnold, D. Prieshoff. SECOND ROW--K. Courtney, G. Johnson, J. Fihe, L. Kelley, Mr. McQuitty--coach. BACK ROW--B. Courtney—manager, J. Bomholt, D. Powell, J. Williams, D. Sizelove—manager.
Varsity Team: Shot Six Season Victories
Under the coaching of Darrell McQuitty the Elwood Panther varsity basketball team fought long and hard to obtain a record of 7 wins and 13 losses.
Seldom being able to put a whole game together, the Cats lost many a close contest. The Panthers placed third in the Holiday Tourney, beatingCrawfordsville in the consolation game after losing a heartbreaker to Frankfort. Ending up the season with a win over Wes-Del, they drew Marion in the first game of the sectional.
Three Panthers, J. Williams, B. Bomholt, J. Delong, are ready to steal the ball.Rebounds plays are important in the game, Dan Prieshoff gains con- Lay-up strategy is completed by Larry Kelly,
trol of the ball.
Muncie Southside 65 64
Mississinewa 74 78
Huntington 61 68
Haworth 60 72
Nbblesville 55 49
Frankfort 58 60
Crawfordsville 67 56
Madison Heights 58 99
Muncie Burris 71 69
Marion 66 77
Alexandria 48 75
Muncie Central 64 88
Blackford County 69 76
Taylor 77 72
Tipton 64 66
Hamilton Heights 84 79
Wabash 62 85
Highland 63 68
Peru 55 82
Wes-Del 79 76
Dribbling down the floor to make a shot is Senior Don Powell.Tip-off lead by Blair Sullivan.
Jr. Vars. Works Toward Varsity
Frustration for the B-team year was also one of gaining the needed experience for next year's varsity. Improvement was evident on the part of many individuals and Mr. Hicks stated that he was proud of every boy at the end of the season. With a final record of 6--12, the reserve team was led by three underclassmen also on the varsity.
Jr. Vars . Basketball Scores
School EHS OPP
Muncie South 32 43
Mississinewa 37 49
Huntington 20 42
Haworth 46 49
Noblesville 25 43
Madison Heights 47 49
Muncie Burris 52 42
Marion 41 63
Alexandria 53 46
Muncie Central 34 37
Blackford County 31 53
Taylor 58 74
Tipton 44 42
Hamilton Heights 65 54
Wabash 50 48
Highland 30 46
Peru 40 37
Wes -Del 41 67
Elwood Panthers R. Robinson, D. Cooper, J. Fihe, watch E. Gillespie gain control of the ball.
Jr. Vars. Basketball Team: FRONT ROW--A. Durm, D. Cooper, K. Jones, R. Robison, D. Clary. SECOND ROW--B. Sullivan, G. Johnson, J. Fihe, K. Courtney, S. Stone. BACK ROW--K. Southern, G. Lins-meyer, E. Gillespie, T. Eaton, Mr. Hicks--coach.
68All the guarding by the Muncie Central Bears didn't seem to work on Dave Stout.
Freshman Basketball Team: FRONT ROW--J. Burnette, M. Carmody, B. Kessinger, L. Gerth, B. Hooker, P. Beach. SECOND ROW--T. Han-lin, B. Drake, M. Poor, K. Fewell, F. Stage, R. Julius. THIRD ROW--S. Scott, B. Kaiser, P. Fuller, R. Conner, D. Stout, J. Leeson.BACK ROW—T. Juday—manager, M. Kelley—assistant, D. Pace, J. Mock— assistant, J. Green--manager, M. Nichols—manager, Mr. Bailey— coach.
Shots of Fred Stage go on in there.
Great Potential in Freshmen Team
In freshmen action this year, the young Panthers showed a lot of potential for Coach Bailey. The nineteen boys playing A B ball played quite a few good games and ended the season with a combined record of 11 - -7.
Freshmen Basketball Scores
School EHS OPP
Tipton A 29 33
Tipton B 29 21
Mississinewa A 34 36
Mississinewa B 45 31
Anderson South 23 48
Alexandria A 44 39
Alexandria B 36 34
Wes -Del 30 27
Muncie McKinley 47 57
Hamilton Heights A 43 47
Hamilton Heights B 44 24
Madison Heights 53 58
Blackford Co. A 56 40
Blackford Co. B 30 59
Pendleton Heights A 47 40
Pendleton Heights B 32 46
Tipton (4-way) 37 40
Alexandria 50 39
Wabash A 41 34
Wabash B 41 36GAA: Individual Athletic Skill
Rebirth of the Girls Athletic Association occurred here, making 1970-71 the first time in 6 years for their activities in El-wood.
G.A.A. members total 60and is sponsored by June VanWagner . G.A.A. offered a variety of sports activities: volleyball, basketball, bowling, gymnastics, track, tennis, softball, and swimming.
President: M. Updegraff Vice Pres .: S . Gardner Secretary: C. Updike Treasurer: A. Linegar
Tumbling, one of the G.A.A. activities, provides Nancy Whitenack with a neck breaking experience.
G.A.A.: FRONT ROW--S. Gardner, M. Updegraff, A. Linegar, C. Updike, B. Florea, A. Myerly, V. Huff, P. Widmeyer, R. Arnold, C. Hood, L. VanWagner, L. Stokes. SECOND ROW--R. Bryan, S. Wright, P. Dunnichay, N. Robertson, N. Whitenack, M. Kelley, L. Stiner, R. Murray, P. McMahan, T. Adair, M. Beavers. THIRD ROW--R. Garcia, S. Hobbs, N. Gerth, M. Frye, E. Hill, J. Wire, R. French, S. Hobbs, K. Bambrough, S. Hocker, T. Wardwell. FOURTH ROW--T. Lynas, B. Stewart, D. Wells, K. Brewer, M. King, L. Svendsen, J. Kilgore, N. Abernathy, C. Riley, H. Steffler, S. Parker. FIFTH ROW--A. Williams, A. Callaway, T. King, K. Vice, D. Stone, J. Beber, M. Alley, D. Leever, T. Slayton, B. Cleaver. BACK ROW--Mrs. VanWagner, Sponsor, P. Ciimans, S. Hirsh, K. Scholl, C. Pace, K. Reynolds, M. Smith, C. Jackson.Concessions: Refreshed Game Goers
Preparing cokes are K. Reynolds and B. Summers.
Selling a drink during half-time is S. Hirsch.
Concession Club at Willkie High was under the direction of Mr. Brown and Mrs. Starkey. The fifteen members sold popcorn, pepsi, candy and other items of refreshments at the games.
President Susie Hirsch and her club set a goal of $1,000 for the year and the group experienced many good times over the year. A banquet concluded the year.
A Jr. high student helps out.
Concessions: FRONT ROW--D. Shepard, M. Alley, K. Reynolds, B. Summers, F. Steff-ler. SECOND ROW—C. McDaniels, M. Burton, R. Wright, S. Hirsh. BACK ROW—Mr. Brown--sponsor, T. Simmons, P. Smith, M. Summers, Mrs. Starkey--sponsor.organizations
From the minute a person is born his personality starts to take shape. One's interests, activities, ideas, and habits, depend almost entirely upon one's friends, family, and other surrounding factors.
That's what Willkie High is. A school is not a building, a collection of books, or halls of lockers . A school is simply people: teachers, counselors, administration, students, and everyone else working together. This relationship adds a human aspect to the sometimes routine and seemingly endless commotion.Crescent: Re-
quires Abundance of People and Ideas
Lots more goes into the making and editing of a yearbook than meets the eye. In July, the two editors Barb Butcher and Debbie Miller went to a workshop at Ball State. They returned with yearbook theory. With Mrs. Chapman, the advisor, and Bill Wright, the company representative, prac -tical knowledge was put to use.
Co -operation with the com -mittees was evident in the meeting of deadlines and adding final touches. A completely new layout style was used this year, headlines were changed to the stacked type, the cover was designed by the editors instead of using a company make. The Crescent staff, advisor, and committee hope you enjoy it greatly.
Chamber of Commerce represents the needed advertising.
Copy chairman Jim Mock spends many hours editing assignments.
Crescent Committee: FRONT ROW--T. Mangas, M. Pedro, R. Arnold, T. King, J. McElfresh, C. Updike, D. Shepard, P. Widmeyer. SECOND ROW--S. Tharp, P. Crimans, A. Callaway, M. Frye, C. Jackson, C. Richardson, C. Pace, R. Gardner, K. Seright, M. Alley. THIRD ROW—K. Reynolds, J. Murphy, M. Smith, L. VanWagner, P. Widmeyer, J. Pearson, C. Backer, J. Beber, M. Anderson, D. Stage, K. Scholl. BACK ROW--D. Abbott, A. Linegar, D. Leonard, C. Walters, D. Prieshoff, P. Arnold, J. Leathers, P. Simmons, L. Cox, B. Showers, R. Stickler, S. Mengelt, M. Summers.After a long night's work Barb and Debbie appear really tired.
Head photographer Brian Green snaps another one.
Crescent Committee Chairman: Paulette Clouser, Susie Hirsch, and Anita Baugher.
Another piece of copy is being turned in by JoAnne McElfresh, a member of the committee.
Decisions for the Crescent construction were made with American Yearbook's representative Bill Wright.Megaphone Staff: Published School's News and Comments
The Megaphone was the school paper published three times a semester by the journalism students at Willkie High. The printer was Deter's of Elwood.
Editor Mark Tancey and co-editor Ken Low gave out the assignments to the rest of the class under the supervision of Mrs. Crimans. After the copy was edited and corrected it was sent to Deter's to be printed into galleys . The galley sheets were returned and the class checked the proofs and then pasted them on a dummy news -paper. Both the dummies and the galleys were returned to Deter’s to be printed.
The class' efforts were avidly read by news conscious students.
Another issue of the Megaphone was sold by Debbie Frazier to freshman, Dave Waymire.
Megaphone Staff: FRONT ROW—K. Low, Mrs. Crimans—sponsor, H. Kelich, B. Dudley, P. Poynter, D. Garmen, K. Seright. MIDDLE ROW--L. Kane, D. Frazier, C. Pace, J. Murphey, K. Reynolds, B. Showers, R. Arnold, J. Baker, L. Savage. BACK ROW—j. Hook, M. Skillman, M. Tancev. T. Hartsock, P. Hankley, C. Walters, K. Low.Thespians: Display Acting Ability
Thespian Troupe 58 at Willkie High began an active year by selecting new members. These people tried out by reading a short passage evaluated on speed, expression, interpretation and volume. They also made a statement on why they wanted to join Thespians . There are 60 members.
In late October, Thespians held a work day to earn money and offer a service to the community. The annual Snowball Dance was held on December 16, 1970. Carolyn Updike was crowned Snowball Queen.
On February 3, 1971, the Troupe presented four competitive one -act plays . Carmen Garcia directed "To Burn a Witch", Cathy Richardson directed "The Open Window", Mark Tancey, "Thursdays at Home", and Jim Mock, "The Monkey's Paw".
Listening to K. Low's plead for life are M. Knauer and C. Hood.
Thespians: FIRST ROW—S. Tharp, P. Monahan, T. Slayton, M. Knauer—Recorder, J. Mock—V-R-esident, D. Stage— President, P. Crimans—Secretary, S. Hocker—Treasurer, T. King, C. Hood, S. Kiefer, Mrs. Welker—Sponsor. SECOND ROW--T. Wardwell, C. Updike, R. Fakes, T. Slayton, D. Farley, E. Hill, S. Hobbs, K. Reynolds, A. Callaway, K. Low,
K. Bambrough, C. Barker. THIRD ROW--M. Updegraff, K. Waymire, J. Van Winkle, j. Carroll, C. Frye, C. Richardson, K. Scholls, C. Garcia, L. Robertson, K. Seright, T. Heater, L. Lineberry, L. Harmon, A. Myerly. FOURTH ROW--J. Bucci, A. Lineger, P. Davis, A. Humel, P. Wingrove, K. Low, A. Kane, M. Rennier, B. Green, M. Summers, L. LaPointe, P. Crimans,
L. Harting, S. Mengelt, M. Tancey.
77Student Council: The Government
Student Council acts as a representative of the school body to initiate activities and act as a sounding board for possible change.
This prominent organization sponsored the Homecoming Dance on September 26, 1970 andsoldfoot-ball stickers as a money making project. Bob Schwalm headed a com -mittee to work on the dress code revision with the administration and faculty.
Officers and Sponsors: President: Bruce Williams Vice-Pres.: Mark Tancey Secretary: Jerita Carroll Treasurer: Robin Gardner Mr. Singleton, Mrs. Welker and Mr. Huffman
Jailbirds! No, Just student council officers. From Left to Right: M. Tancey, J. Carroll, B. Williams, R. Gardner.
Student Council: FRONT ROW--Mrs. Welker--sponsor, J. Carroll, B. Williams, M. Tancey, R. Gardner, Mr. Singleton--sponsor. SECOND ROW--P. Widmeyer, K. Bambrough, V. Huff, K. Tatum, A. Myerly, C. Barker, P. Dunnichay, S. Wright. THIRD ROW--R. Murray, M. Kelly, M. Hobbs, C. Richardson, R. Gill, C. Jackson, B. Carpenter, M. Slley, B. Hocker. BACK ROW--D. Beeman, T. Hanlin, B. Jones, B. Courtney, K. Courtney, B. Sullivan, J. Cleaver, C. Walter, B. Schwalm.
78FT A Explored the Career of Teaching
Teaching is exciting, as Willkie High Future Teachers know. This group worked with the Elwood Classroom Teachers Association and initiated projects of their own: Red Apple Day, Homecoming Mum Sales, Christmas party, conventions, and practice teaching with teachers in their classrooms.
President: Ken Low
Vice-Pres .: Margaret Magers
Secretary and Treasurer:
Barb Butcher Sponsors:
Mrs . C. Barr Miss N. Clayton Mrs. R . Merritt Mr. R . Hiatt Mr. S. House
President, Ken Low, presided during the installation and initiation ceremony.
F.T.A. Club: FRONT ROW—K. Reynolds, M. Magers, K. Low, B. Butcher, L. Savage, D. Poor. MIDDLE ROW—T. Mangas, R. Hughes, A. Leisure, R. Savage, S. Hocker, Mrs. Barr. BACK ROW--P. Crimans, C. Pace, M. Rennier, P. Arnold, D. Durm, A. Baugher, K. Low.
79Spanish Club: To Study a Culture.
Membership for Spanish club grew to 60 persons. To learn more about the Spanish people and their background, the members have seen slides of Spain and Central America. They also had a Mexican dinner and a Cuban dinner. There was an opportunity for the third year students to take a trip to Mexico over spring vacation with the help of the club. During the Christmas season the Spanish, French, and Latin Christmas party was hit so hard it accidentally fell off the string. The candy was quickly picked up and devoured .
Spanish Club Officers: President: Linda Sullivan Vice-President: RaeAnn Stewart Secretary: Margaret Magers Treasurer: Barb Butcher Sponsor: Mr. Compton
At a Spanish Club party Barb Butcher enjoys eating refried bananas.
Part of the entertainment for the language clubs party was Marty Summer's skit.
Spanish Club: FRONT ROW—S. Tharp, J. Bomersback, D. Poor, R. Stewart, M. Magers, B. Butcher, L. Sullivan, K. McDaniel, L. Miller, J. Svendsen, D. Miller. SECOND ROW—Mr. Compton—sponsor, R. Hughes, K. Tatum, K. Brewer, H. Steffler, B. Summers, J. VanWinkle, D. Wells, C. Richardson, S. Gardner, L. Cluggish, P. Monahan, D. Noble. THIRD ROW—D. Mutchler, S. Hobbs, G. Riley, B. Stewart, R. Garcia, J. Cole, D. McDermit, R. Beeman, P. Crimans, J. Short, T. Moore, S. Hobbs, K. .Waymire. BACK ROW—D. Farley, C. Frye, H. Lucas, R. Gill, C. Walters, D. Gill, T. Oldag, J. Williams, J. Church, M. Gardner, M. Hipes, M. McDermit, C. Pace.French Club: Caroled at Nursing Homes
French Club was one of three language clubs at Willkie. To be a member, one must have had a full semester of French. It's main objective is learning about France--the country, its people, their customs, and the language.
This year the French Club participated in a selling project to raise money for a field trip. A gala night in Anderson, a movie and dinner, was enjoyed by the club.
This group joined the Latin and Spanish Clubs for their yearly caroling party.
Stationery, candles, and sachet balls were sold. C. Wilson, N. Whitenack, and S. Wright check their stock.
French Club: FRONT ROW--T. Mangas, T. King, C. Hood, C. Barker, T. Slayton, A. Waymire, Mrs. Ferguson--sponsor. SECOND ROW--P. Dunnichay, P. Crimans, T. Lynas, T. Wardwell, V. Freund, V. Huff, B. Dudley, C. Wilson, S. Wright, S. Kiefer. THIRD ROW--J. Wire, P. Lantz, K. Morgan, P. Clouser, K. Johnson, J. Bucci, M. Fihe, A. Callaway, B. Carpenter, M. Hoover, J. Kilgore. BACK ROW--P. Sharp, S. Mengelt, S. Stone, N. Whiteneck, L. Van Wagner, C. McQuitty, J. Cyphers, S. Chase, J. Faucett.Latin Club: Veni Vidi Vici
Latin Club had limited activities this year. Their annual Christmas caroling party with the French and Spanish clubs was great fun. Latin members held an initiation party at which they wore their traditional togas to initiate new members. The senior members were noblemen of Rome and initiated the new members, or the serfs .
Consuls: Marcey Beavers and Christy Davies Scriptor: Alice Humel Quaister: Marty King
True Romans wore togas, so does Bruce Etchison.
All the wearing apparel seems confusing.
Finally Jeff Leathers gets dressed.
Latin Club: FRONT ROW—M. King, A. Humel, M. Beavers, C. Davies. MIDDLE ROW—C. Updike, T. Adair, J. Marley, G. McDaniel, P. Davies. BACK ROW--B. Edwards, M. Summers, B. Savage, D. Elsworth, A. Linegar, K. Scholl.Constitution revisionists are Junior Club members: P. Crimans, C. Sitelone, and T. Leathers.
Math Club: Enjoyed Mathematical Fun
Members of the Math Club must be a junior or senior and have a C average in Math. These students have an interest in Mathematics and may even go on to choose math as a career.
This year's Club is in the process of changing the Club's constitution. Talks are given by members including EINSTEIN'S THEORY by Jeff Leathers .
President: M. Kelly Secretary: P. Crimans Sponsor: Mr. Herndon
Math Club: FRONT ROW--M. Summers, Mr. Herndon—sponsor, P. Crimans. MIDDLE ROW--M. Knauer, L. Kane, T. Ol-dag, M. Skillman, C. Sizelove. BACK ROW--J. Leathers, M. Rennier, M. Kelley, P. Arnold, M. Copher, P. Wingrove.Behind Beth Rittenhouse, Margret Fernung, and Nancy Gerth is the FHA Night class refreshments were often baked afner which the club made themselves. It is made from red and white by Becky Miller. felt-
FHA: Eyeing the Future
For girls with an eye to the future, an organization to join is Future Homemakers of America . The requirement for membership is to have completed one semester in home economics. Activities were selling concessions to adult night classes, camping at Turkey Run, Christmas caroling, and attendance at District and State Conventions.
F .H. A.: FRONT ROW--Mrs. Schwear--sponsor, N. Gerth, L. Cox, B. Rittenhouse, R. Garcia, Mrs. Tolle--sponsor. SECOND ROW—L. Jarrell, P. Bilyeu, V. Conners, B. Miller, C. McElfresh, M. Fernung, C. Tatum, D. Miller, R. Savage. BACK ROW--B. Showers, J. Jackson, P. Luzadder, M. Frve, S. Hahn, J. Atwell, M. Gardner, C. McClain, B. Mochrie.Steve Sallee examines hospital facilities.
Emergency care for Debbie Elsworth is nesting in bed under a nurse's eye.
Only a strange case requires three doctors, Angie Leisure must have just that.
It is a stretcher for Joa Yohe.
Health Careers: Joins "Disaster"
Health Careers Club was formed in January 1970 to acquaint students in WLW of various health careers. The fifteen members worked hard at raising this new club to the attention of the student body. They shared in many talks and mutual discussion promoting health careers. One of the field trips was to Marion General Hospital.
Health Careers: FRONT ROW—D. Bright, R. Garcia—treasurer, N. Dehart—president. NODDLE ROW—J. Yohe.L. Jarrell--vice president, G. Harris, Mrs.Sullivan—sponsor. BACK ROW—J. McElfresh, S. Hobbs, D. Elsworth, S. Sallee, L. Robertson.Many floors were swept by janitor assistant Larry Hobbs.
Errands from the assistant principal's office were run by Kyle Hobbs. NYC students work in the school system.
NYC: Learn To Work
NYC is a working organization in the halls of Willkie. Sponsored by Mr. Ray, the Neighborhood Youth Corps works three hours a day in one of the Elwood Pub -lie schools. A related information class is also attended by each student in the afternoon. This course helps each student to prepare for the future, whatever their vocation will be.
NYC: FRONT ROW--Mr. Ray—coordinator, T. Sandoval, R. Garcia, B. Moss, J. Mc-Phearson, P. Kelley. BACK ROW—T. Galbreath, L. Hobbs, C. Foor, D. Galbreath, B. Leisure, J. Pittman, K. Hobbs, J. Litaker, B. Maish, H. King.Foreign Exchange: FRONT ROW—P. Crimans.M. Magers, L. Cluggish, D.Poor. SECOND ROW--Mr. Compton--sponsor, K. Tatum, K. Reynolds, S. Hirsh. BACK ROW--M. Knauer, K. Scholl, C. Walters, A. Linegar, C. Pace.
Foreign Exchange Club was for the purpose of promoting understanding between people of different cultural backgrounds .
The club was sponsored by the heads of the language de -partment. Until last year the club was apart of Student Council . This year the club branched out as an individual club.
The club plans to send a student from E.H.S. to be a student in Europe.
Officers President --Debby Poor Vice-President--Peg Magers Secretary--Louie Cluggish Treasurer--Peg Crimans
Projectionists: M. Coulbert, D. Wiley, J. Gill, Mr. Smith--director, S. Sallee. Not pictured—D. Kleyla, T. Simmons, R. Niccum, B. Sanders, S. Scott, C. Walden, J. Walden, R. Hughes, D. Mutchler, J. Combs, T. Rolland, R. Brown.
Projectionist: School Service
Mr. George Smith and the projectionists club provided an important role in classes at
E.H.S. The boys in the club volunteer their free periods and study halls to present films to classes during the year.
On Award's Day the boys were given special recognition from the Audio-Visual department . A banquet was held at the end of the year in the boy's honor.
87Panther Band: FIRST ROW--P. Crimans, B. McMahan, D. Crable, N. Rittenhouse, J.
Rittenhouse, C. Tatum, K. Dever, V. Spitz- Harting,T. Slayton, B. Green, N. Norris, N.
messer, N. Whitenack, B. Lytle, K. Tatum, Rittenhouse. FOURTH ROW—A. Jackson,
M. Cabiser. SECOND ROW--J. Leathers, M. M. Fernung, P. Crimans, G. McDaniels, N.
Knauer, V. Campbell, M. Beavers, M. Dever, Abernathy, J. Kilgore, M. Harting,M. King]
T. Long, B. Kessinger, A. Humel, G. Cor- P. Wingrove, M. Fernung. FIFTH ROW—g!
bett, R. Crowe. THIRD ROW—J. Atwell, P. Moore, J. Weddel, D. McElfresh, B. Bozell,
88C. Wilson, C. Summers, L. Lineberry, M. Rennier, M. Copher, A. Kane, T. Moser. SIXTH ROW—G. Burchette, J. Davis, K. Elkins. SEVENTH ROW—D. Shiffler, D. Gardner, B. Williams, Z. Gardner, J. Fettig, M. Dever, J. Miller, H. Slate, D. Piirto.
Pantherettes: FRONT ROW--K. McDaniels, L. Stokes, C. Garcia—Feature Twirler, J. VanWinkle—Head Majorette, C. Gootee--Feature Twirler, S. Bannon, T. Wells, L. McElfresh. SECOND ROW—S. Hollowell, P. Poynter, C. Frye, B. Goodknight—Drum Major, K. Waymire, M. Hook, C. Wells. THIRD ROW—S. Johnson, C. Smith, L. VanHorn, P. Simmons—Drum Major, C. Al-therr, A. Callaway, T. Heater.
Mr. Frank Parente took the position of director for the Elwood Panther Band this year. Under his leadership the band, consisting of 70 playing members and 20 majorettes, has in many ways served as a public relations group for the school. They performed in concert at the Anderson Mounds Mall. They also put on a variety show for the Lions Cluband, of course, the annual Panther Band Variety Show.
In between these performances, the band has been busy performingpre-games and half-time shows at football and basketball games. The band has undertaken some moneymaking projects so they will be able to make summer tours in the future.
89Vocal Groups: Showed Musical Talent
Willkie High's Choir, 42 voices strong presented the fourth annual "Sing Out for Your Servicemen" program in the fall. Proceeds from this went to our Vietnam men. Near the end of school the Choir presented the "Spring Sing".
Variety Show of 1971 was a favorite with many students as the choir teamed up with the band and other small groups to present an array of music. The Panther Band sold stationery to earn money for band travels. A program was performed at the Mounds Mall near Christmas.
Three smaller groups at Willkie who added a lotto the music department were the Dance Band, the Velveteens, and the Counterpoints. These groups sang and played for various banquets and social gatherings around town. All of these add a lot to the music dept.
For the Christmas convocation, some of the entertainment was pre- ( sented by the Willkie Choir.
Willkie Choir: FRONT ROW—B. Dudley—accompanist, S. Long, D. LaPierre, J. Poynter, S. Armstrong, P. Fagg, K. Long, D. Nicholas, V. Freund, S. Tharp. SECOND ROW—S. Sizelove, C. Davies, T. Adair, J. Schwalm, T. Davis, P. Davis, R. Hughes, V. Huff,C. Miller, R. Savage. THIRD ROW—R. Hughes, T. Benefiel, L. Robertson, H. Lucas, F. Weaver, S. Lee, J. Bucci, D. Bright, C. Anderson, P. Williams, K. Weddell.BACK ROW—M. Anderson, L. Savage, B. Sanders, J. Green, R. Adair, B. Jones, J. Miller, R. Long, S. Hobbs, L. Harmon, L. Kane.
90Velveteens: Sara Bannon, Jenny Gough, Tom Moser, Carolyn Willkie's High’s Counterpoints are: Brenda Dudey, Updike, LeAnn Harting, JoAnn VanWinkle, Cathy Richardson, Vickie Freund, Kay Weddell, and Vicki Huff. Carmen Garcia.
Dance Band: FRONT ROW--M. Fernung, M. Harting, M. King, P. Wingrove, N. Rittenhouse, R. Crowe, N. Norris, B. Green. BACK ROW--P. Crimans, A. Humel, J. Leathers, G. Burchette, J. Miller, M. Benefiel, M. Rennier, K. Elkins, T. Moser, J. Davis, A. Kane, G. McDaniels, H. Slate.
91Debate Team: E. Hill, P. Wingrove, M. Copher, J. Leathers, Mr. Hoffman—manager, P. Crimans, M. Summers.
Debating Pollution: Debate Team
Rules and regulations for debating were reviewed by this years Debate Team. Their new manager was Mr. Hoffman.
The subject for the debate this year was whether or not the federal government should regulate and administer air and water pollution laws. The team had several debates of this subject with other schools during the secondsemester.
The highlight of this year's debate activities was a trip to Purdue in December.
A single debate consists of four 8-minutespeeches, four 3-minute cross -examinations and 6 four -minute rebuttals.
Swaying the opinion of the opponent is Mark Copher.Senior National Honor Society: FRONT ROW--J. Van Winkle, T. Moser, S. Bannon, B. Heflin, A. Baugher, J. Carroll, L. Smith. BACK ROW--T. Oldag, B. Sanders, J. Bomholt, S. Backstrom, D. Prieshoff, J. King, B. Butcher.
Junior National Society--FRONT ROW—J. Florea, C. McClain, L. Tucker, C. Updike, D. Poor. MIDDLE ROW—P. Crimans, B. Rittenhouse, M. Frye, K. Gardner, L. Kane, J. Goltzbach, S. Albers. BACK ROW--M. Skillman, M. Magers, J. Leathers, G. Jahnson, A. Linegar, L. Sullivan, M. Upedegraff.
Top 10% Form Honor Society
National Honor Society recurred its charter in April, 1944. It was created to give recognition to students with high scholastic rating.
A junior may qualify as a probationary member if he has a scholastic rating in the upper seven or eight per cent of his class. Each member was reconsidered before graduation. If his rating has remained high he was taken in as a permanent member.
In March the Lion's Club gave a dinner honoring the members.
Scholarly Game, Academic Team
The academic team was an organization similar to the college bowl quiz games. It was headed by Mr. Compton and Mrs . Merritt.
The questions were from teachers and other sources. The team invited and was invited by other academic teams . The team that answers the most questions wins the meet. Bonus questions were used and only given to one side depending on which team won the toss up question.
The questions deal with mathematics, geometry, literature, spelling, current events, grammar, history, and many other subjects.
Academic Team: FLOOR—T. Eaton, T. Long. SEATED--Mrs. Merritt, Mr. Compton--sponsors. STANDING--M. Summers, B. Goodknight, M. Humphrey, J. Cole, T. Gardner, M. Updegraff, B. Peters, A. Humel, S. Mengelt.FBLA: Leadership for Tomorrow
Future Business Leaders of America is a club whose purpose is to better acquaint students with business opportunities and to provide for leadership.
Students started learning these qualities by selling telephone directories with the phone numbers and addresses of students and faculty members . In the past they have sold household items and stationery.
In this club the members combine fun with learning, something which is very important today. They traveled to Indianapolis and saw the world famous "Holiday on Ice". They also traveled to Ball State for the State Conven -tion.
F.B.L.A. Bake sale enticed students and faculty members.
F.B.L.A.: FRONT ROW--Miss Clayton—sponsor, D. Leisure, A. Waymire, B. Peters, C. Gootee, V. Freund, B. Rittenhouse, A. McCorkle, D. Humphrey, D. Shepard, D. Leever, C. Hood, Mrs. Juday—sponsor. SECOND ROW--J. Abbott, C. Thorn-berry, R. Fakes, C. Miller, L. Cluggish, J. Yohe, G. Riley, J. Courtney, A. Callaway, R. Murray, T. Mundy, N. Abernathy,
J. Glotzbach, K. Diko, L. Wilburn, M. Parrish, T. King. THIRD ROW--D. Boyer, P. Bilyeu, S. Hollowell, S. Lee, K. Frazee,
K. Strong, R. Long, E. Hill, M. Parker, M. Anderson, M. Alley, L. Robertson, P. Clouser, S. Shepard, C. Kockman, L. Savage, D. Call, R. Savage. BACK ROW--F. Steffler, D. Stone, T. Dever, J. Beber, M. Gardner, J. Atwell, K. Weddell, T. Northcutt, B. Savage, V. Campbell, P. Kelly, L. VanHom, J. Parrish, R. Bryan, C. Tatum, J. Marley, L. Harmon.
94OEA: Entered Business World
Office Education association is a vocational organization for students with a career objective in the area of office occupations .
There were three labs which compassed the organization; the Vocational Stenographic, Secondary Data Processing, and Past Secondary Data Processing.
The club had several money makingprojects such as selling candy and plaques. They at -tended the regional leadership conference and all three conventions; regional state, and national. The previous year the club had two members in the nationals.
OEA sponsored a "Crab Dance" for Willkie reigned as King Crab.
OEA--FRONT ROW--Mrs. Kintzel—Sponsor, H. Steffler, C. Jackson, S. Coston, K. Bambrough, N. Jack, V. Dietzer, Mrs. Barnett--Sponsor. SECOND ROW--L. Gross, D. Caldwell, B. Stafford, D. Parker, S. Stokes, E. Hill, B. Rinker, W. Green, C. Wells, S. Cook. THIRD ROW—D. LaPierre, A. McCorkle, N. Rittenhouse, M. Smith, R. Sutton, A. McPhearson, T. Williams, B. Heflin, R. Fromholz, D. Whisler, L. Budd, and J. French. BACK ROW—Mrs. Slayton, J. Atwell, B. Ball, R. Sticklers, P. Clouser, L. Cox, R. Abott, R. Wright, M. Wison, J. Cleaver, D. Leonard, D. Hittle, N. Gerth.DECA: Studies Sales and Marketing
The Distributive Education Clubs of America here at Willkie had a lot to be proud of this year. Going to the national competition in Minneapolis, the Elwood chapter made a reputable showing that many were proud of.
The club, sponsored by Mr. Foust and Mr. Linder, has a membership of 32 people, all -enrolled in the Distributive Education program . Along with their studies of creative marketing and research procedures, these students learn many ideas of citizenship and the responsibilities which come with it. Some of the activities for the year included a bake sale, car wash, carmel apple sale, and a paper drive. The DECA school year was concluded with an employer -employee banquet in May.
Through these activities the students learn practices and procedures necessary for their future.
Ad layouts were completed by Chris Courtney.
DECA student Steve Ebert's job was in the capacity of a stock boy at Murpheys.
DECA: FRONT ROW--C. Courtney—Jr. V-President, D. Garman, J. Courtney, N. Sandoval, B. Dennis—Sr. Sec.-Treas., S. Cook, J. Stewart, D. Stinnett--Historian. MIDDLE ROW—J. Kelich, V. Gregg—Jr. Treas., J. Dennis, S. Long, M. Gardner, K. Trice, G. Howat, R. Bayne—Jr. Pari., M. Morgan, M. Woolums. BACK ROW—U. Wills, G. Zimmerman, K. Wills—Sr. V-President, K. Diko—Sr. President, J. Jordan--Pari., D. Durm, R. Wise, C. Tam, S. Ebert, E. Mitchell—Jr. Sec., S. Shepard—Jr. President, K. Kiefer.
96V.C.I.A.—FRONT ROW—J. Boruff, G. Garrison, C. Davis, L. Harting, D. Miller, B. Mitchell, R. French. SECOND ROW--M. Fetti'g, D. Ramey, M. Hinds, D. Longnecker, T. Shelton, J. Vawtaw, L. Balwin, T. Beeman, G. Conwell, D. Hoose, S. Thomas. THIRD ROW--M. Chaffin, D. Baldwin, T. Baker, C. Faustich, K. Chriss, B. Kolacki, C. Romiger, D. Williams, D. Bradley, J. Hancock, T. Rittenhouse, B. Davis. FOURTH ROW--D. Powell, R. Beeman, A. Carmichael, T. Henn, D. Gardner, K. Hudson, J. Gardner, C. Johns, J. Rice, D. Pinkleton, R. Sanders.
VICA: A Club To Learn To Live
Vica: FRONT ROW--B. Jarrell, L. Cress, B. Spitzmesser, D. Martin, M. Waymire, J. Fish, B. Robinson. SECOND ROW--J. Rodgers, L. Stewart, F. Hook, K. Slayton, D. Heller, E. Stover, Z. Gardner, M. Altherr, R. Sanders. BACK ROW—M. French, J. Powell, E. Kapper, T. Robinson, R. Stout, G. Harting, R. Parrish, J. Shepard, D. Cain.
Head sponsor--Tom Pantos Class sponsors:
Joe Hawkins Tom Jackson Bob Palm Dan Rayshich Earl Watson
Student Officers: President--Randy Beeman Vice--LeAnn Harting Secretary--Debbie Miller Treasurer--Jeff Rice
VICA boosted the largest membership of any organization in the school--130 members. They conducted a car wash, car smash, a TV and turkey raffle along with field trips and aSpring Banquet. A civic project was helping the city put up and take down the Christmas decorations. Potted planters were donated to the nursing home and they collected and distributed over 300 canned goods to needy families. The club ordered new white coats with the official VICA emblem for lab periods in the shop classes . The VICA clubs are nation wide clubs . Its purpose is to develop the students in character and vocational skill.personalities
From the moment a person is born his personality starts to take shape. One's interests, activities, ideas, and habits, depend almost entirely upon one's friends, family and educational factors.
That's what Willkie High is . A school is not a building, a collection of books, or halls oflockers. A school is simply people: Teachers, counselors, administration, students, and everyone else working together . This relationship adds a human element to the sometimes routine and seemingly endless commotion. Willkie high is a special school. Special to all of us .Superintendent, Keith Scott.
Principal of Willkie High School, W. Blair Sullivan.
School Board, H. Oldag, W. Shaw, R. Sharp, J. Caston, R. Conners, C. Parker.
Administrative Assistant, John H. Director of Voc. Ed.
Hinds. George Kintzel.
Assistant Principal, Wayne E. Singleton.Charlotte Barr, A.B., M.A. English
Clifford Brugger, B.S. Music
Phillip Brown, B.A., M.A. Social Studies
Gerald Burton, B.S. Athletics
Richard Herndon, A.B. Mathematics
George Ray, B.A., M.A. Practical Arts
William Santon, B.S., M.A. Science
June Van Wagner, B.S., M.A. Guidance
101Robert Abshire, B.S., M.S. Science, Math
Van Bailey, B.S. P.E., Coach
Marilyn Barnett, B.S. Office trainingJean Ferguson, B.A. Carl Foust, B.S. Linda Cren, B.A., M.A.
French D.E. co-ordinator English
103Phillip Huffman, B.S., M.A. Science
Richard Jacobson, B.S. General Business
Thomas Jackson Machine Shop
Jane Juday, B.S. Business
Betty House, B.S., M.A. Guidance Counselor
Mike House, B.A. Mathematics
Sam House, B.A., M.A. Social StudiesJoseph Juday, B.S. Industrial Arts
Gary Linder, B.S. D.E. Co-ordinator
Gerald Keesling, B.A., M.A. Math, Guidance, Coach
Doris Kintzel, B.S., M. S. Computer Science
Darrell McQuitty, B.S. Rae Ann Merritt, B.S., M.A.
Bio., Phys. Ed., Coach Health, P.E., World History
Robert Palm, B.S., Auto Mechanics
105Thomas Pantos, B.S., M.A. ICT co-ordinator, Printing
Larry Ritchie, B.S. Mechanical Drawing
Dan Rayshich, B.S., M.A. Machine Shop
Frank Parente, B.S. Band Director
Naomi Schwear, B.S., M.A. Home Economics
Wayne Sempsrott, B.A. EnglishGeorge Smith, B.S., M.S. Audio-Visual
Elvona Tolle, B.S., M.A. Home Economics
Earl Watson, B.S., M.A. Vocational Building Trades
Roberta Welker, B.A., M.A. English
107Iris Bridges, Secretary to the Assistant Principal
Carol Courtney, Secretary to the Principal
Emily Leavell, Secretary for the Vocational Building
Lillian Sullivan, R.N., B.S., M.A. School Nurse
Barbara Williams Secretary to the Supt.
Thelma Lowder Dorothy Rudig Hazel Warner
109Brenda Abbott David Acres Rick Adair Malinda Anderson Jesse Arama Susan Armstrong
Carol Baldwin David Baldwin Elizabeth Ball Cindy Barker Larry Barnes George Bartlett
Patrick Beach Brenda Beber Karla Beeman Joe Benefiel Theresa Benefiel Brenda Bixby
Danny Bixby Linda Blockson Jodie Bomersback Terry Bragg Diana Bright Shirley Brown
Judy Bucci John Burnette Deloris Burton Deborah Campbell Jim Campbell Mike Carmody
A New Trend, Freshmen Elected Steering Committee.
The Freshman class never has elected officers . However, since the class was participating in various activities, such as the building of a float for Homecoming and the decorating for sectional, they felt the need for a steering committee, and elected two from each homeroom to serve.
Freshman Steering Committee: FRONT ROW--V. Spitzmesser, T. Slayton, J. Bomersback, M. Kelly, P. Dunnichay, C. Barker, K. Hughes, S. Gardner. BACK ROW—M. McDermit,F. Stage, D. Pace, Mr. Herndon, K. Courtney, B. Hocker, R. Julius, T. Etchison, P. Monahan.
noIsabell Casas Paulette Cates Scot Chase Jane Church Beth Cleaver Randy Collins
Ronald Conner Doug Con we 11 Mike Coubert Kevin Courtney Debbie Crable Pat Crimans
Roger Crowe Pamela Davies Lisa Davis Marla Davis Pamela Davis Tamara Davis
Kim Dever Elizabeth Dial Bob Drake Peggy Dunnichay Jeff Durham Rockie Ebbert
Debbie Eib Debra Elsworth Jewell Emery Jeff Etchison Todd Etchison Mary Everson
Deborah Farley John Faucett Arlene Felton Jon Fettig Kevin Fewell Melinda Fihe
Chasie Foor Samuel Frazee Jane French Robin French Anita Frye Carolyn Frye
K. Courtney and B. Kaiser help build the float.
IllJohn Frye Paul Fuller Don Galbreath Margie Galbreath Susan Gardner Luke Gerth
Debra Gill Jonathan Gill Robert Gillam Robin Giselbach John Goforth Jeffrey Green
Rebecca Green Steve Green Karl Gregg Tim Grondin Jackie Hampton Terry Hancher
Maria Hancock Thomas Hanlin Lee Ann Harmon Gary Harris Marie Harting Tom Hartley
James Haulk Rhonda Headley Tom Heaton Terry Heflin Sam Heiser Tim Hibst
The First Class Project Was a Float.
The Freshman float was depicting Tiger Stew. The Class of ’74 worked very hard and were very proud of their first high school project.
Preparing Tiger stew are R. French, S. Gardner, P. Monahan, M. Kelly with S. Tharp as the Tiger in the stew.
• ?VWilliam Hocker Susan Hollowell Mary Hook Malinda Howell Kathy Hughes Roger Hughes
Alice Humel Andrew Jackson John Jackson Mary Jaramillo Linda Jarrell Brenda Jarrett
Thomas Juday Randy Julius Bruce Kaiser Danny Karch Anita Kelly Margaret Kelly
William Kessinger Steve Kiefer Don Kleyla Deb Knick Lisa La Pointe Jeff Leavitt
Hope Lee Sharon Lee Jon Lee son Debbi Leisure Louise Litaker Mary Litaker
Kathryn Long Rose Long Thomas Long Holly Lucas Tonya Lynas Bonita Lytle
Gary McDaniel Kathleen McDaniel Mark McDermitt Diana McElfresh Julia McElfresh Lorri McElfresh
Paula McMahan Cynthia McQuitty Jeffrey Marley Helen Martin William Mason Christy Miller
Lee Ann Miller Becky Miller Tina Miller Patty Monahan Ronnie Moon Gary Moore
113Kevin Morgan Brenda Mountcastle Rhonda Murray Don Mutchler Mike Nichols Dina Noble
Twyla Northcutt Norman Nutter Dave Orbaugh Dave Pace Mary Ann Parker Mike Patterson
Robert Phillips Tony Pierce Charles Ploughe Michael Poor Christina Rittenhouse Nancy Rittenhouse
Laura Robertson Nancy Robertson Marty Robison Dale Roe Randy Rogers Terry Rogers
Sharon Roller Susie St. Clair Steve Sallee Bruce Sanders Tommy Sandoval Kathleen Scholl
Class of '74 Had Many Fund Raising Projects
The Freshmen also took part in sectional activities by decorating the four corners of the gym. Their money-making projects for the year included class donations, a bake sale, working for the Concessions Club, and a car wash .
IBM report cards were the new thing for T. Rogers, T. WardweU, and J. Wire at the end of the first 6-weeks.
114Jeanne Schwalm Linda Scott Steve Scott Jerry Sentman Pamela Sharp Betty Short
Janie Short Judy Shuler Thomas Simmons Stacey Sizelove Marla Slayton Trade Slayton
James Smith Lisa Smith LuCinda Smith Vicki Snider Vicky Spitzmesser Fred Stage
Frank Steffler Beth Stewart Bradford Stewart Norma Stickler Lori Stiner Davie Stout
Kathy Strong Debbie Sullivan Sarah Tharp Leslie Thomas Mary Thornberry Dianna Trimble
Mike Troutman Ted Tyner Judy Vandiver Leslie VanHorn Tim Walker Teresa Wardwell
Dave Waymire Kathy Waymire Teresa Waymire Lillie Weaver Pauline Weaver Jeff Weddell
Audie Wells Nancy Whitenack Toni Whitis David Wiley Annette Williams Judy Williams
Cassie Wilson Julie Wire Ray Wood Sheryl Wright Joa Yohe David Zech
115Organization Was the Key for Class of 73
In the spring of 70, the Class of 73 elected their officers for their sophomore year. Then in the fall the steering committee was chosen.
Officers: T. Slayton, C. Hood, V. Huff, and T. Eaton.
Janice Abbott Nancy Abernathy Paul Acres Karla Adair Trena Adair Daniel Adams
Mary Jo Alley Kathy Altherr William Altherr Susan Bailey Janet Baker Beth Beach
Marcey Beavers Janet Beber David Bee man Gary Beeman Pamela Bilyeu Bart Bingham
Marcus Blankenship Mark Bollinger Jerrie Bottoms Susan Bouslog Eugene Bradburn Steve Braddock
Karen Brewer Ronald Brown Kenny Bucci Mark Bucci Don Buis Gary Burchette
116Sophomore Steering Committee; Toni King, Candy Gootee, Angela Waymire, Kay Weddell, Bobbie Florea, Carol Pace, Brenda Dudley, Chris Hood, Jackie Cyphers, Vickie Huff, Tim Eaton, Terri Slayton, Steve Mengelt, Blair Sullivan, Mary Jo Alley, Bob Carpenter, Dave Humphrey, Sponsor Mr. Huffman, Not Pictured: Jerrie Bottoms, Ed Robinson.
George Burnett Theresa Burton Debra Call Anna Callaway Valerie Campbell John Carpenter
Robert Carpenter Brenda Carrol Oscar Casas David Cleary John Cleaver Pam Clouser
Louise Cluggish Susan Collier John Combs Terri Conley Tamara Conwell Danny Cooper
Danny Coots Judith Courtney Cathryn Creamer Nicholas Croy Robin Crull Jackie Cyphers
Christy Davies James Davis Terry Dever Kay Diko Jeff Dillon Brenda Dudley
117Candy Sales Produced a Treasury.
The annual candy sale was held early in the fall and provided funds for the Junior-Senior Prom of 1972. Prizes were awarded to the best candy salesmen—David Humphrey, Rachael Savage, Bobbie Florea, and Chick Teachnor.
Upper classmen helped load candy after sophomore sales.
Paulett Duffey Bruce Dunlap Andrew Durm Timothy Eaton Johna Ebert Elizabeth Edwards
Cathy Ewing Roberta Fakes William Farley Roberta Florea Kay Frazee Deborah Frazier
Vicki Freund Terry Galbreath Debra Gillam Edward Gillespie Timothy Giselbach Candace Gootee
Maty' Gough Jerry Gregory Cindy Grondin Pam Groover Leon Grose Gordon Hanlin
Karen Harney Christina Harris Rebecca Haulk Jeff Hayes Tricia Heater Joseph Himburg
118Donna Hinkle Kyle Hobbs Sara Hobbs Rick Hodson Christy Hood Melodie Hoover
Brenda Horseman Vickie Huff Rachel Hughes David Humphrey Robert Hurst Kim Johnson
Kemmon Jones Robert Jones Dennis Karch Peggy Kelly Patty Kelly Janet Kilgore
Bemadine King Martisa King Toni King Judith Knapp Carol Kochman Debra Laird
Patricia Lantz Thomas Laster Bill Lea veil Deborah Leever Ardeena Leisure Lucinda Linebeny
Gregory Linsmeyer Darrel Long David Longenecker Daneen Longenecker June McPhearson Ron McPhe arson
Michael Majors Steven Mengelt James Metz Teree Moore Brenda Moss Theresa Mundy
Douglas Muse Lucinda Noel Kathy Nutter Kevin Osbom Carol Pace Joyce Parrish
Marjorie Parrish Jerry Parry Joseph Parsons
Bob Peters Janie Phillips Lucinda Phillips
119Class Ring Selection Was the
Unity for the Class of '73 came through their projects . They enjoyed the early selection of class rings.
Later during the year class sweaters were ordered.
Sectional spirit was shown by decorations on the stage in the gym.
These Sophomores—Kathy Altherr, Bobbi Florea, and Lorri VanWagner--ordered their traditional ciass rings.
Jack Pittman Jenny Poynter Kenny Riegel Glenis Riley Ed Robinson Randy Robison
Robert Rodgers Stella Rodriquez Terry Roland Ronald Rominger Cindy Runyan Lonnie Sattler
Rachael Savage Robert Savage Byron Shaw Diane Shepard David Shiffler Terri Slayton
Luwana Smith Pamela Smith Perry Smith Kevin Southern Steven Stafford LeAnn Stokes
Debbie Stone Steven Stone Blair Sullivan Bridget Summers Cynthia Summers William Sutton
120Sophomores Passed Out Tiger Tales.
A small portion of the candy money was used in constructing a Homecoming float. Class members spent hours of work and fun in preparation at Tim Eaton's garage.
Lumi Svendsen Francoise Teachnor Patrick Thomas Cathy Thomberry Rebecca Tomlinson Richard Tompkins
Lome VanWagner Wanda Vest Kandace Vice Daniel Vinson Steven Wadholm Jimmie Walden
Jackie Walters Angela Waymire Bob Weaver Richard Webb Kay Weddell Debra Welch
Debbie Wells Teresa Wells Bruce Whisler Jo Widener Linda Wilburn Clare Williams
Patricia Wilson Cathy Ann Wood Cathy W. Wood Thad Wright Ann Yates Gwenn Corbett
121Diana Abbott Susan Albers Norman Alexander Diana Allen Mark Altherr Tim Altherr
Garry Anderson Rhoda Arnold Kathy Bambrough Tommy Barmes Norman Baxter Randy Bayne
Rickie Beeman Tim Beeman Mike Benefiel Joseph Bourff Jeffrey Bouslog Diana Boyer
Rebecca Bozell Tim Brunnemer Renee Bryan Terry Bryan Barbara Burton Max Burton
Janet Busch Mary Cabasier William Call Kevin Chriss Alan Clark Jeffrey Cole
Juniors Were Led by an All-Girl Team of Officers
The Junior Class began this busy year by electing a steering committee . They immediately began plans for the float for which the theme was "Cage the Tigers'1.
Junior Officers: Maria Updegraff, Sheryl Shepard, Kathy Bambrough, Robin Gardner.
122Debra Collier Vickie Connors Greg Conwell Susan Cook Mark Copher Sandra Coston
Christy Courtney Joni Courtney Neal Creamer Peggy Crimans Mark Cruea Leo Dauenhauer
Aaron Davenport Cynthia Davis Theodore Davis Nancy DeHart Bruce DeLong Jean Dennis
Beth Dillon Lorraine Doan Gerald Dunnichay Kirby Elkins Tamara Ellis Bruce Etchison
Raeann Etchison Pamela Fagg Richard Fagg Chris Faulstich Margaret Femung Michael Femung
The Junior Class provided entertainment for the public with their play.
The most important and final event of the year was the Prom. Long hours of planning and working went in to make this 1971 Prom.
Junior Steering Committee: FRONT ROW--L. Kane, M. Updegraff, K. Bam-brough, S. Hocker, J. Florea. MIDDLE ROW-B. Rittenhouse, L. Sullivan, R. Arnold, C. Updike, A. Myerly. BACK ROW--A. Linegar, B. DeLong, Sponsor Mr. Hiatt, K. Slocum, B. Burton. Not Present--C. Courtney, B. Etchison, J. Glotzbach, R. Masters.
123Mathew Fettig Jeffrey Fihe Jon Fish Jo Florea Marsha Frye Mary Frye
Teresa Fuller Rosalinda Garcia Zane Gardner Dennis Gardner Mary Jo Gardner Robin Gardner
John Garner Nancy Gerth Ronald Gill Kenneth Giselbach Judith Glotzbach Robert Gordon
Pamela Gordon Deborah Green Vickie Gregg Vickie Gromer Frank Grondin Michael Guffey
Vickie Hanlin Gary Harting Joan Harting Gary Haulk Terry Hayes Rick Heater
Jeff Fihe, Mike Skillman, Peg Crimans, Kim Slocum, and Maria Updegraff enjoy College Night refreshments.
Night, PSAT Interested College Bound.
For the Juniors the PSAT, given in October, was a step forward for the college-bound. An opportunity to discuss educational plans with representatives of colleges was provided at College Night.
124Patrick Heaton Tony Henn Evelyn Hill Monte Hipes Murvelie Hobbs Susan Hobbs
Jean Hobson Sandra Hocker Fred Hook Danny Hoose Caye How at Rhonda Howell
Gerald Hughes Rebecca Hughes Ronald Hunter Marva Jackson Robert Jarrell Gary Johnson
Jerry Kaiser Lynn Kane Edward Kapper Jane Kelich Henry King Marta Knauer
Robert Kolacki Christina Kronenburg Dianne LaPierre Terrance Laster Jeffrey Leathers Deborah Leonard
Ellen Line Anita Line gar Jerry Litaker Shirley Long Rusty Loy
Pamela Luzadder Carolyn McClain Ben McCorkle Donald McDermitt Carol McElfresh
Juniors showed various reactions about the PS AT.
125Jeffrey McElfresh Rick McPhearson Margaret Magers Robert Maish Theodora Mangas Daniel Martin
Ruth Masters Jack Miller Elaine Mitchell Jean Morgan Marsha Morgan Jeffrey Mottweiler
Vida Mutchler Alice Myerly Ronald Niccum Nancy Norris Toni Northcutt Katherine Pace
Pamela Parker John Pearson Janice Peterson Linda Phillips Deborah Poor Jack Powell
Mark Reasoner William Reckner Michael Rennier Sandra Retherford Connie Riley Beth Rittenhouse
Juniors Showed Their Spirit by Building a Float.
The class had many fundraising projects to supplement the treasury for the 71 Prom.
At sectional time the juniors decorated the bleachers and tried to outdo the other classes and. to make theirs the best ever.
Letter-making for the float kept Raeann Stewart busy.
126Robert Rittenhouse Timothy Robinson David Rodriquez David Roe Jeffrey Rogers Ronald St. Clair
Larry Sanders Ronnie Sanders Noe mi Sandoval Richard Schwalm Ronnie Scott Kent Sharp
Sheryl Shepard Christine Shuler Dave Simmons Cynthia Sizelove Michael Skillman Kenneth Slayton
Kim Slocum Connie Smith Don Smith Gary T. Smith William Smith Jonathan Spitzmesser
Debbi Stansberry Helen Steffler Sandra Stephens Jana Stewart Leroy Stewart Rae Ann Stewart
Debra Stinnett Rodney Stout Ed Stover Linda Sullivan Cynthia Tam Michael Tappy
Cindy Tatum Ken Thrawl Patrick Travis Lana Tucker Maria Updegraff Carolyn Updike
Larrance Vinson Clifton Walden Christine Watters Frances Weaver Penny Widmeyer Charles Wilburn
Patsy Williams Timothy Williams Ulane Wills Thomas Wilson Peter Wingrove Ronald Wright
127Elected Officers Assumed Posts
This was it--the year they had all been waiting for--the final year at Wendell L. Willkie High School for almost 190 seniors . They had seen some good times (and bad times too), but finally it was all coming to a close.
In the freshman year, although unorganized, they worked together and filled the corners of the gym as their part of sectional decorations .
Senior class officers: Brian Courtney, LeAnn Harting, Don Stage. Not pictured --Kathy Kiefer.
Lee Ann Alley Carolyn Sue Anderson Terry Jay An tie
Phillip George Arnold Jacqueline Sue Atwell Cynthia Lee Backer
Steven Dale Backstrom Timothy Bruce Baker Dennis K. Baldwin
128Committee Decided Issues
STEERING COMMITTEE: LeAnn Harting, Tom Oldag, Rick Coston, Cindy Backer, Don Stage, Jerita Carroll, Janet Murphy, Kay Seright, Carmen Garcia, JoAnn Van-Winkle, Sara Bannon, Tom Moser, Bob Goodknight, Bruce Heflin, Brian Courtney, Phil Simmons, Bruce Williams, Dan Prieshoff, Pat Hankley.
Larry Joseph Baldwin Bruce David Ball Sarah Lee Bannon
Anita Lynne Baugher David Harold Beeman Randy Meredith Beeman
Charles Edwin Bell Jerome Francis Bomholt Alan Dale BradleySeniors Tried a Victory Harvest
With Mr . Everidge as head sponsor and Jim Mock as presi -dent, the class of 1971 sold candy in the sophomore year to raise funds for the next year's prom. The decision of class rings was made. Four choices were given the class - -rectangular,oval, and the collegiate with the stone being a personal choice. For sectional they decorated the stage of the gym.
Homecoming float was built for competition and for boosting team and student morale.
Mark Wayne Brown Curtis Dean Bryan Linda Jean Budd
Barbara Jean Butcher David Alvin Cain Donna Sue Caldwell
David Charles Cannon Amos Herman Carmichael Jerita Suzette Carroll
130Jose Luis Casas
Jeremiah Robert Cleaver
Jacalyn Kay Cloud Paulette Carol Clouser Michael Patrick Cluggish
Ted Michael Corbett Rickie Lee Coston Brian Francis Courtney
Linda Anne Cox Eugene Creamer Larry Michael Cress
Kathy Marie Croy William Tracy Davis Rickie Lee Day
131Senior Spirit Revived Cords
The junior year was an important one . With Dan Prieshoff as president, the steering committee's first major decision was to make a homecoming float. It was decorated at the home of LeAnn Harting and had as its theme "Stab 'Em". Then came the choice of class sweat -ers--navy blue V-necks with white numerals 1971 on the front and EHS on the right shoulder.
Showing off senior cords are Kay Seright, Rick Coston, Cathy Jackson, Donald Stage, and Cathy Richardson.
Betty Ann Dennis Michael Lynn Dever Vickie Ann Dietzer
Keith Lynn Diko Perry Bruce Durham David Eugene Durm
Steven Allen Ebert Michael Sue Elston Norman Ward Finnerty
132Charles Ernest Foor Judy French Richard Lee French
Rosanna Fromholz Carmen Linda Garcia Michael Lee Gardner
Deborah Ann Carman Timothy Kent Gamer Gay Garrison
Robert Vemice Goodknight Jennifer Lynn Gough Brian Gordon Green
Danny Richard Green Wanda Sue Green Sylvia Jane HahnNew Style Was Mini, Midi,
Sensing the need for still further funds, the class decided upon a money-making project, a chile supper, on Friday night before the Noblesville basketball game. Then came the an -nual decoration of the gym with the juniors decorating die west bleachers, where they used the word "Victory" spelled down the bleachers in red and blue.
Joel Gregg Hancock Patrick Allen Hankley LeAnn Harting
Thomas Rex Hartsock Robert Bruce Heflin Mark I. Hinds
Carolyn Susan Hirsch Diane Marie Hittle Deborah Kay Hobbs
A new look was seen: Cathy Jackson in midi, Cindy Backer in maxi, and Candy Webb in mini.John Mathew Hook Nicollette Marie Jack Catherine Ellen Jackson
Jennie Jo Jackson Rita Kay Jarrett Claren Leon Johns
Sandra Kay Johnson Leta Faye Jones Gerald Lee Jordan
Alan James Kane Helen Ann Kelich John Ray Kelley
Larry Gene Kelley Mark Richard Kelley Kathryn Ann KieferBoys' Hair Styles in 70-71
Although all these projects are important, nothing seems as necessary as having a beautiful prom. In this category the class of '71 passed with flying colors as the 1970 prom was certainly "An Affair to Remem -ber" for many juniors and seniors alike.
Entering their last year at Willkie, the seniors were led by head sponsor Mr . Sam House and a very capable band of officers .
Hair styles around Willkie are shown by Jim King, Randy Beeman, Rick Cos-ton, Steve Backstrom, Gary Reichart.
James Lee King Ellen Jean Laird Angela Kay Leisure
Robert Eugene Leisure Dennis Eugene Longnecker Lois Arlene Longnecker
Katherine Mary Low Kenneth Martin Low Anita Sue McCorkle
136Jo Ann McElfresh Anna Kay McPhearson Deborah Kay Miller
Billy Joan Mitchell Bonita Mochrie Janies Allen Mock
Thomas Lee Moser Roy Richard Moss Fonda Ruth Mountcastle
Janet Marie Murphy Deborah Kay Nicholas Thomas George Oldag
Andrew Harold Pace Marilyn Rose Parker Peggy Lynette ParkerSenior Activities Included Jobs
A homecoming float was again designed and decorated at the home of LeAnn Harting, but due to bad weather the floats were never judged. The theme of the float was "Harvest a Cotton Pickin' Victory."
Caps and gowns of a gray color were chosen, as well as announcements, by the steering committee.
Many seniors worked during and after school. Two employees at Carter's, G. Zimmerman and R. Wise, priced stock.
Sandra Kay Parker Rex Allen Parrish Loretta Jean Pearson
Marilyn Joyce Pedro Dennis Craig Piirto Kathy Lynn Pike
Donald Allen Pinkleton Don L. Powell Pamela Sue Poynter
138Daniel Anthony Prieshoff Mary Marvel Pullen Gary Brent Reichart
Kathleen Ruth Reynolds Jeffrey Dean Rice Cathy Anne Richardson
Nola Jean Rittenhouse Ted Allen Rittenhouse Pamela Sue Robertson
Robert Michael Robinson Gerald Lynn Rogers Terry Kent Rogers
Gary Douglas Rominger Barbara Lynne Sanders Ricky Mark Sanders
139College and Career Choices Were Planned
Other small moneymaking projects were attempted during the year to reimburse the treasury, such as the selling of the Class of '71 pins.
But as the saying goes, "All good things must come to an end". With that in mind and with mixed emotions the senior class finished their high school careers.
It was difficult to decide which application to fill out. Mrs. VanWagner, senior counselor, helps J. Atwell.
Lois Elaine Savage Steven Ralph Savage Robert Carl Schwalm
Marilyn Kay Seright Dennis Kim Shaw Debra Kay Shepard
Hal Lynn Shepard John Wachel Shepard Phillip Lee Simmons
140David John Size love David Lee Sizelove
Harold William Slate
Lanetta Denise Smith Martha Jane Smith Thomas William Smith
Deborah Kay Snider Rebecca Sue Stafford Donald Lee Stage
Rhonda Gay Stickler Terry Wayne Strong Martin Gilbert Summers
Mark Stephen Tancey Carolyn Sue Tanzilli Kathy Sue TatumAnnouncements Meant Approach of Graduation
Discussing announcement choices are T. Moser, J. Murphy, K. Kiefer, and B. Heflin.
John Arthur Teachnor William Charles Thomberry Katherine Ann Trice
Jo Ann VanWinkle Jeffery Victor Vautaw Calvin Coyt Walters
Peggy Ann Warner Michael C. Waymire Candyce Elaine Webb
142Class of '71 Reached the Goal
Looking toward the future are K. Seright and D. Stage.
Catherine Ann Wells
Peggy Ann Widmeyer
Bruce Lynn Williams Joseph Anthony Williams Kenneth Wayne Wills
Michael Kevin Wilson Ronnie Eugene Wise Debra Ann Wisler
Deborah Ruth Wood Marjorie Ann Woolums Gary Joe Zimmerman
143Activity Record for
Alley, Lee Ann: Academic Section Editor, Committee Member, Pep Club, Concessions, Steering Committee, Latin Club, Student Council, Megaphone Staff,
F.T.A., O.E.A., D.E.C.A.
Anderson, Carolyn Sue: Academic
Antle, Terry Jay: Academic
Arnold, Phillip George: Academic Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Tennis, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Girls Football Coach, E Men's, Fellowship of Christian Ath -letes, Junior Play Cast, Latin Club, Science Club,
Math Club, Mega -phone, F.T.A.
Atwell, Jacqueline Sue: Business Band, Spanish Club, F.B.L.A., O.E.A.
Backer, Cynthis Lee: Academic Committee Member, Majorette, Steering Committee, French Club, Thespians, Megaphone Staff
Backstrom, Steven Dale: Academic National Honor Society
Ball, Bruce David: Business Varsity Track B Team, Cross Country, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Girls Football Coach, E Men's, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Wrestling, O.E.A.
Ball, Charles Edwin: Business Band
Baldwin, Dennis K. I.C.T.
Baldwin, Larry Joseph: Vocational V.I.C.A.
Baker, Timothy Bruce: Voc. Electronics Concessions, Pro-
Bannon, Sarah Lee: Academic Band, Majorette, Velveteens, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, French Club, National Honor Society, Megaphone Staff
Baugher, Anita Lynne: Academic Section Editor, Latin Club, National Honor Society
Beeman, David Harold: Business Golf, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Band, Senior Play Cast, French Club, Student Council, D.E.C.A.
Beeman, Randy Meredith: Academic Freshman Basketball, Freshman Football, Spanish Club, Student Council, I.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Bomholt, Jerome Francis: Academic Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Cross Country, E Men's, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Steering Committee, Latin Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Science Club, Math Club
Brown, Mark Wayne: D.E.
Budd, Linda Jean: Business Pep Club,
Butcher, Barbara Jean: Academic Editor, Committee Member, Pep Club, Band, Jr. Class Treasurer, Steering Committee, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, Health Careers Club, Megaphone Staff, F.T.A., Girls State
Bryan, Curtis Dean: Technical Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football
Cain, David Alvin: Voc. Machine Shop VICA
Caldwell, Donna Sue: Business Pep Club, French Club, FBLA, OEA
Cannon, Charles David: Business
Carmichael, Amos Herman: Industrial I.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Carroll, Jerita Suzette: Academic Majorette, Soph. Class Treasurer, Steering Committee, Senior Play Cast, Thespians, Student Council, National Honor Society, Megaphone Staff, F.T.A.
Casas, Jose Luis: General Ushers
Chaffin, Mark: Voc. Electronics VICA
Cleaver, Jermiah Robert: Academic Student Council, OEA
Cloud, Jacalyn Kay: Business
Clouser, Paulette Carol: Business Crescent Section Editor, Majorette, Steering Committee, Senior Play Cast, Spanish Club, O.E.A.
Cluggish, Michael Patrick: Academic
Corbett, Ted Michael: Technical Freshman Football
Coston, Rickie Lee: Academic Freshman Track, Varsity Football,
Jr. Varsity Football, E Men's Ushers, Wrestling, Junior Vice-President, Latin Club, Science Club
Cox, Linda Anne: Business Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, F.H.A., F.B.L.A., O.E.A.
Courtney, Brian Francis: Academic Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Freshman
Track, Varsity Track, Tennis,
Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Foot ball, E Men's, Sophomore Vice-President, Senior Vice-President, Steering Committee, Senior Play, Latin Club, Student Council, Megaphone Staff, Varsity Basketball
Creamer, Eugene: General
Cress, Larry Michael: Industrial Arts V.I.C.A.
Day, Rickie Lee: Vocational Varsity Track, Cross Country, Wrestling, V.I.C.A.
Dennis, Betty Ann: General
Dever, Michael Lynn: Academic Band, Spanish Club
Dietzer, Vicki Ann: Business Majorette, Spanish Club,
Diko, Keith Lynn: Business Freshman Track, Freshman Football, D.E.C.A., Student Council
Durm, David Eugene: Academic Freshman Track, Cross Country,
E Men's F.T.A.
Durham, Perry Bruce: Business Jr. Varsity Track, Varsity Track, F.B.L.A.
Ebert, Steven Allen: Business Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, E Men's, Key Club, D.E.C.A.
Elston, Michael Sue: Academic Crescent Committee, Freshman Cheerleader, Jr. Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, Concessions,
Latin Club, Megaphone Staff, D.E.C.A.
Finnerty, Norman Ward: Generalthe Class of 1971
Foor, Charles Enrest: General
French, Judy Lynn: Business Pep Club, Band, Student Council, F.H.A., O.E.A.
French, Michael Le-Roy: Industrial Arts
French, Richard Lee: l.C.T.
Fromholz, Rosanna: Business Pep Club, O.E.A.
Garcia, Carmen Linda: Academic Majorette feature rwirler, Thespians, Velveteens, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Prom Chairman, Spanish Club, Student Council, Megaphone Staff
Gardner, Michael Lee: Academic Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Varsity Track, Spanish Club
arman, Deborah Ann: Business Freshman Cheerleader, Jr. Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, Majorette, Student Council, O.E.A.,
Garner, Robert Haskel: Business D.E.C.A.
Garner, Timothy Kent: Academic Science Club
Garrison, Gay: l.C.T. Band, Swing Choir, Dance Band, Latin Club, Thespians, National Honor Society, F.T.A., l.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Goodknight, Robert Vernice: Academic Tennis, E Men's Band Drum Major, Swing Choir, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Latin Club, Student Council, Thespians, Key Club, Megaphone Staff
Gough, Jennifer Lynn: General Pep Club, Homecoming Queen
Court, Choir, Steering Committee, Student Council, Velveteens
Green, Brian Gordon: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Crescent Section Editor, Varsity Track, Cross Country, Tennis E Men’s, Ushers, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Thespians, Science Club
Green, Danny Richard: Business Jr. Varsity Track, Baseball, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football,
E Men's Ushers, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Wrestling, D.E.C.A.
Green, Wanda Sue: Business Pep Club, Choir, F.B.L.A., O.E.A.
Hahn, Sylvia Jane: Home Economics F.H.A.
Hancock, Joel Gregg: Industrial Arts V.I.C.A.
Hankley, Patrick Allen: Academic Tennis, Steering Committee, Spanish Club, Student Council, Key Club
Harting, LeAnn: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Homecoming Queen, Band, Velveteens, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Secretary, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Prom Chairman, Latin Club, Thespians, Student Council, l.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Hartsock, Thomas Rex: Academic Student Council
Heflin, Robert Bruce: Business Crescent Committee Member, Prom Committee, Thespians, Student Council, Key Club, O.E.A.
Heller, Dan Eugene: Vocational Machine Shop V.I.C.A.
Hinds, Mark I.: Vocational Auto Mechanics V.I.C.A.
Hirsch, Carolyn Susan: Business Crescent Section Editor, Girl's Football, Pep Club, G.A.A., Concessions, Sunshine Society, Foreign Exchange Club, F.B.L.A.
Hittle, Diane Marie: Business Band, O.E.A.
Hobbs, Deborah Kay: Home Economics Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, Choir, Latin Club, Sunshine Society, F.H.A., l.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Hobbs, Dixie Kay: Academic Band
Hook, John Mathew: Academic Latin Club, D.E.C.A.
Jack, Nicolette Maria: Business Crescent Committee Member, Band, Steering Committee, French Club, F.T.A., O.E.A.
Jackson, Catherine Ellen: Business Crescent Committee Member,
Pep Club, Choir, French Club, Student Council, F.B.L.A., O.E.A.
Jackson, Jennie Joe: Business F.H.A., O.E.A.
Johns, Claren Leon: V.A.M.
Johnson, Sandra Kay: Home Economics Majorette
Jones, Leta Faye: General O.E.A.
Jordan, Gerald Lee: Business Bits Pieces, D.E.C.A.
Kane, Alan James: Academic Band, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Latin Club, Thespians
Kelich, Helen Ann: Business Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, Sunshine Society, Megaphone Staff, F.B.L.A.
Kiefer, Kathryn Ann: Business Senior Class Treasurer, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Thespians, Megaphone Staff, F.B.L.A., O.E.A., D.E.C.A.
Kelley, John Ray: Business Freshman Football
Kelley, Larry Gene: Business Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Football
Kelley, Mark Richard: Technical Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Cross Country, E Men's, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Latin Club, Science Club, Math Club
King, James Lee: Academic Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, EMen’s, Ushers, Wrestling, National Honor Society, Science Club, Hoosier Boy's State
Laird, Ellen Jean: Home Economics Pep Club
Leisure, Angela Kay: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, Choir, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast,
French Club, Science Club, F .T .A. Foreign ExchangeLeisure, Robert Eugene: Technical Wrestling
Longnecker, Dennis Franklin: Industrial Arts V.I.C.A.
Longnecker, Lois Arlene: Home Economics F.H.A.
Low, Katherine Mary: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Girls' Football, Freshman Cheerleader, Jr. Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, Majorette, Choir, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, French Club, Thespians, Student Council, Science Club, Math Club, Megaphone Staff, F.T.A., F.B.L.A., Foreign Exchange
Low, Kenneth Martin: Academic Crescent Photographer, Cross Country, Freshman Track, E Men’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Choir,
Swing Choir, Junior Play Cast, Sen -ior Play Cast, Thespians, Debate Team, National Honor Soci -ety, Science Club, Math Club, F.T.A.
McCorkle, Anita Sue: Academic Freshman Cheerleader, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, F.B.L.A., O.E.A.
McElfresh, JoAnne: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Latin Club, Megaphone Staff
McPhearson, Anna Kay: Business O.E.A.
Miller, Deborah Kay: Academic Crescent Editor, Crescent Committee Member, Spanish Club, F.H.A., I.C.T., V.I.C.A., Foreign Exchange, Hoosier Girls State
Mitchell, Billy Joan: Business F.H.A., V.I.C.A.
Mock, James Allen: Academic
Crescent Section Editor, Committee Member, Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, E Men's Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Sophomore Class President, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Latin Club, Thespians, Science Club
Moser, Thomas Lee: Academic Tennis, E Men's, Band, Groov Band, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Key Club, F.T.A.
Moss, Roy Richard: Industrial Arts V.I.C.A.
Mountcastle, Fonda Ruth: Business
Murphy, Janet Marie: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Homecoming Queen Court, Majorette, Steering Committee, Prom Chairman, Latin Club, Student Council, Megaphone Staff, Foreign Exchange
Nicholas, Deborah Kay: Business Freshman Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen Court, Glee Club, Megaphone Staff,
Oldag, Thomas George: Academic Freshman Basketball, Golf, Freshman Football,
E Men's Steering Committee, Spanish Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Sci ence Club, Key Club, Math Club
Pace, Andrew Harold: Technical
Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Cross Country, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, EMen's, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Spanish Club, Science Club
Parker, Marilyn Rose: Business
Parker, Peggy Lynette: Home Economics Pep Club, F.H.A.
Parker, Sandra Kaye: Business Girls' Football,
Pep Club, G.A.A.
Pearson, Loretta Jean: Business Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, Senior Play Cast, Science Club
Pedro, Marilyn Joyce: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Pep Club, Senior Play Cast, Science Club, D.E.C.A.
Piirto, Dennis Craig: General Band
Pike, Kathy Lynn: General Girls Track, Girls’ Football, Pep Club, Student Director Senior Class Play, French Club, Student Council, Math Club, F.B.L.A.
Pinkleton, Donald Allen: Industrial Arts Freshman Track, Choir, V.I.C.A.
Powell, Don L.: Industrial Arts Freshman Basket -ball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Varsity Track, Varsity Football, E Men's I.C.T.
Poynter, Pamela Sue: Academic Majorette, Senior Play Cast, Latin Club, Thespians, Megaphone Staff
Prieshoff, Daniel Anthony Joseph: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, Girls' Football Coach, E Men’s, Wrestling, Junior Class President, Steering Commit -tee, Prom Chairman, Latin Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Science Club, Math Club, Keesling’s Cut-ups
Pullen, Mary Marvel: Home Economics F.H.A.
Reichart, Gary Brent: Academic Jr. Varsity Football, Latin Club
Reynolds, Kathleen Ruth: General Crescent Committee Member, Girls' Football, Pep Club, G.A .A., Concessions,
Choir, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Thespians, Math Club, Megaphone Staff,
Rice, Jeffrey Dean: Industrial Arts Freshman Basketball, Varsity Track, Jr. Varsity Football, I.C.T., V.I.C.A.
Richardson, Cathy Anne: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Homecoming Queen Court, Majorette, Velveteens, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Prom Chairman, Spanish Club, Thespians, Student Council, Megaphone Staff
Rittenhouse, Nola Jean: Business Band, O.E.A.
Rittenhouse, Ted Allen: I.C.T.
I.C.T., V.I.C.A. Robertson, Pamela Sue: Business Pep Club, Concessions, Student Council, F.B.L.A.
Robinson, Robert Michael: V .M .S . Freshman Basketball, Freshman Track, Freshman Football, Jr. Varsity Football, Student Council, V.I.C.A.
Rogers, Gerald Lynn: Technical
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Rogers, Terry Kent: Technical
Rominger, Gary Douglas: General
Sanders, Barbara Lynne: Academic Choir, Latin Club,National Honor Society, F.T.A.
Sanders, Ricky Mark: Industrial Arts Varsity Track, Varsity Football
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Savage, Steven Ralph: Industrial Arts Varsity Track
Schwalm, Robert Carl: Academic Latin Club, Student Council
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Stafford, Rebecca Sue: Business O.E.A.
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Stickler, Rhonda Gay: Business Crescent Committee Member, Choir, O.E.A.
Strong, Terry Wayne: Industrial Arts
Summers, Martin Gilbert: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Concessions, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Latin Club, Thespians, Debate, Academic Team, Student Council, Math Club
Tancey, Mark Stephen: Academic Tennis, Latin Club, Thespians, Student Council, Vice-President, Megaphone, Foreign Exchange
Tanzilli, Carolyn Sue: Home Economics
Tatum, Kathy Sue: General Girls' Football, Band, Spanish Club, Student Council
Teachnor, John Arthur: Vocational Building Trade V.I.C.A.
Thornberry, William Charles: Vocational Building Trade Freshman Basketball, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Freshman Track, Varsity Track, Cross Country, Freshman Football, E Men’s, V.I.C.A.
Trice, Katherine Ann: Business O.E.A., D.E.C.A.
VanWinkle, JoAnn: Academic Homecoming Queen Court, Head Majorette, Velveteens, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Spanish Club, Thespians, Student Council, National Honor Society
Vautaw, Jeffery Victor: Vocational Electronics Band, V.I.C.A.
Walters, Calvin Coyt: Academic Crescent Committee Member, Baseball, Tennis, Freshman Football Jr. Varsity Football, Varsity Football, E Men's Wrestling, Steering Committee, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Student Council,
Key Club, Megaphone Staff,
Warner, Peggy Ann: Academic Band
Waymire, Michael C.: V.M.S.
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Williams, Bruce Lynn: Academic Band Captain,
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Wilson, Michael Kevin: Business Latin Club, Science Club, O.E.A.
Wise, Ronnie Eugene: Business D.E.C.A.
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Wood, Deborah Ruth: Home Economics
Woolums, Marjorie Ann: Business F.B.L.A., D.E.C.A.
Zimmerman, Gary Joe: D.E.
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"Bits G Pieces Band" —10
Freshman Steering Committee — lit
G. A. A.—48,70 Golf--48
Junior High Choir—10
Junior Steering Committee--123
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders--51
Junior Varsity Football--62,68
Junior Varsity Track—54
National Honor Society—93
N. Y.C.- -86
O. E.A.—73,95 Pep Club—50,72 Polly Panther--51 Projectionists- -87 Renner's Kids—12
Senior Steering Committee —129
Sophomore Steering Committee—117
Foust, Carl —102
Glenn, Jo Alline—108
Merritt, Rea Ann—93,105
Watson, Betty Jo--107
Abbott, Robert Carl
Alexander, Norman--52,54,60,122,65 Alexander, Philip Allen, Diana—122 Alley, Lee Ann--128 Alley, Mary Jo—35,70,71,74,94,116,117 Altherr, Kathy—89,116,120 Altherr, Mark--62,97,122 Altherr, William—62,116 Anderson, Carolyn--90,128 Anderson, Garrick—122 Anderson, Malinda--50,74,90,94,110 Antic, Terry--128 Arana, Jessie—110 Arehart, Joseph--38 Armstrong, Susan--32,90,110 Arnold, Philip--52,53,54,59,60,61,74,79, 83,128,66 Arnold, Rhoda—50,70,74,76,122,123 Atwell, Jacqueline--84,88,94,128,140 Backer, Cynthia--74,128,129,134 Backstrom, Steve--128,136,93 Bailey, Susan--116 Baker, James Baker, Janet—76,116 Baker, Timothy--97,128 Baldwin, Carol--110 Baldwin, David--110 Baldwin, Dennis—46,50,97,128 Baldwin, Larry—9,7,129 Ball, Bruce—17,52,53,54,59,60,61,129,65 Ball, Elizabeth—110
Bambrough, Kathy--28,51,70,77,78,122,123 Bannon, Sara—18,89,91,129,93
Barnes, Larry Gene--110
Beavers, Marcy Ellen—70,82,88,116 Beber, Brenda--110 Beber, Janet—50,70,74,94,116 Beeman, Bill
Beeman, David Allen—116
Beeman, David Harold—19,78,129
Beeman, Karla —110
Beeman, Tim Rex—97,122
Bo us log, Jeffery—54,60,122
Bo us log, Susan--116
Bradburn, Eugene--! 16
174Cates, Paulette--111 Chaffin, Mark—97,131 Chase, Scott--111 Chase, Stanley—63,80 Chriss, Kevin—97,122 Church, Jane--SO,80,111 Clark, Alan--122 Clark, Mike Clark, Phillip--55 Clary, David--55,62,117,68 Cleaver, Beth—70,111 Cleaver, Jermiah--58.78.131 Cleaver, John—117 Cloud, Jacalyn—131 Clouser, Pam- -117
Cluggish, Louise--80,87,94,117 Cluggish, Mike—52,60,61,131 Cole, Jeffrey--80,122,93 Collier, Dbera — 123 Collier, Susan—117 Collins, Randy--111 Combs, John--87,117 Conley, Terri—117 Conner, Ronald—62,63,111,69 Conners, Vickie—84,123 Conwell, Doug—111 Conwell, Creg—43,97,123 Conwell, Tamara—22,117 Cook, James Cook, Susan--96,123 Cooper, Danny—62,117,121,68 Coots, Danny--117 Copher, Mark--83,88,123,92 Corbett, Gwenn—88,121 Corbett, Ted--131 Corwell, David
184.108.40.206 Courtney, Christy—96,123 Courtney, Jane Courtney, Joni —123 Courtney, Judith—94,96,117 Courtney, Kevin--63,78,110,111,66,68 Cox, Linda—74,84,131
Crowe, Roger—88,91,111 Croy, Kathy—131 Croy, Nichols--57,117,121 Cruea, Mark—41,123 Crull, Robin—117 Cunningham, Pamela Cyphers, Jackie—50,80,117 Damm, Sam
Davis, Lisa — 111
Dover, Kim —83,111
Doan, Lorraine —24,123
Dudley, Brenda--27,50,76,80,90,91,117 Duffey, Paulett—118 Dunlap, Bruce--118 Dunnichay, Cera Id--56,123 Dunnichay, Peggy--50,70,78,80,110,111 Durham, Jeff—111 Durham, Peggy—54,132 Durm, Andrew--55,118,68 Durm, David--23,52,54,57,79,96 Dye, Thomas
Eaton, Timothy--S2,55,60,62,116,117,118, 68,93 Ebbcrt, Rockie—111 Ebert, Johna—118 Ebert, Steven—47,60,61,96,132 Edwards, Elizabeth—82,118 Eib, Debbie--23,111 Elkins, Kirby—88,91,123 Ellis, Tamara--123 Elston, Michael--132 Elsworth, Debra--25,82,85,111 Emery, Jewel--111 Eppcrly, Bob
Garcia, Carmen—10,11,14,18,19,77,89,91, 129,133
Gillespie, Edward--55,118,68 Giselbach, Kenneth—55,62,124 Gisclbach, Robin--112 Giselbach, Timothy--35,62,118 Glotzbach, Judith—94,123,124,93 Glotzbach, Linda Goforth, John--112
Goodknight, Robert--52,58,89,129,133,93 Cootee, Candace —10,89,94,117,118 Gordon, James Gordon, Pamela--124 Gordon, Robert--124 Gough, Jennifer- -17,91,133 Gough, Mary—118 Graham, Richard—54 Green, Brian--18,19,52,53,54,58,74,77,88, 91,133
Groover, Pam- -118
Gross, Dwight V.--28
Gross, Harold G.--38
Cuffey, Michael--54,60,124 Guerreo, Guadalupe R.
Guerrco, Johnny Ramerez Hahn, Sylvia—84,133 Hampton, Jackie—112 Hancher, Terry--112,65 Hancock, Joel—43,97,134 Hancock, Maria--112 Hancock, Marta
Hanklcy, Patrick—22,76,129,134 Hanlin, Clifford Hanlin, Gordon--118 Hanlin, Thomas—63,78,112,69 Hanlin, Vickie—124 Harmon, LeeAnn--77,90,94,112 Harney, Karen—118 Harris, Charles Harris, Christina—118 Harris, Gary—52,112 Harting, Arthur Harting, Gary Lee--60,97,127 Harting, Joan--88,124 Harting, LeAnn—16,17,18,77,91,97,128, 129,132,134,93 Harting, Marie--88,91,112 Hartley, Tom—112 Hartsock, Thomas--76,134 Haulk, Gary--124 Haulk, James—112 Haulk, Rebecca—118 Hayes, Jeff—118 Hayes, Terry--124 Hays, Larry
Headley, Rhonda —112 Heater, Richard--124 Heater, Tricia—77,89,118 Heath, Joe
Heflin, Robert Bruce —129,134,93
Hensley, Linda G.
Hess, Barry--54 Hibst, Fred Hibst, Tim—63,112 Hicks, Mary Hicks, Patricia
Hill, Evelyn-50,70,77,94,125,92 Himburg, Donald Himburg, Joseph--56,62,118 Hinds, Mark--43,97,134 Hinkle, Donna--119 Hipes, Monte--70,80,125 Hirsh, Carolyn—59,71,74,87,134 Hittle, Diane—50,134 Hobbs, Deborah--134
Hobbs, Kyle—55,62,119,86 Hobbs, Larry E.--86 Hobbs, Murvellc--78,125 Hobbs, Sara--50,70,80,119 Hobbs, Susan--70,77,80,84,90,125 Hobson, Jean--34,50,125 Hooker, Sandra--70,77,79,123,125 Hooker, William--63,69,78,110,113 Hodson, Rick--62,119 Hollowell, Cathy S.
Hollowell, Susan--89,94,113 Hood, Christy—50,51,70,77,80,94,116,117, 119
Hook, Fredrick—97,125 Hook, John—76,135 Hook, Mary--89,113 Hoose, Danny--43,97,125 Hoover, Melodie--80,119 Horseman, Brenda--119 Horseman, Mitchell Howat, Gayle--96,125 Howell, Malinda--113 Howell, Rhonda--125 Hudson, Richard--97
Huff, Vickie--10,16,50,51,70,78,80,90,91, 116,117,119 Hughes, Gerald—28,38,125 Hughes, Kathy--110,113 Hughes, Rachel—79,90,119 Hughes, Rebecca--80,90,125 Hughes, Rodger—63,65,87,113 Humel, Alice—77,82,88,91,113 Humphrey, David—55,60,62,94,117,118, 119,93
Humphrey, Pam Hunter, Ronald--41,125 Hurst, Robert--119 Ingram, Ina Jack, Nicolette--135 Jackson, Andrew—23,88,113 Jackson, Catherine--50,70,74,78,132,134, 135
Jackson, Jennie--84,135 Jackson, John--31,63,113 Jackson, Marva—125 Jaramillo, Mary--113 Jarrell, Linda--84,85,113 Jarrell, Robert--60,62,125 Jarrett, Brenda—97,113 Jarrett, Rita—135 Johns, Claren—97,135 Johnson, Gary--31,66,68,125,93 Johnson, Kim—80,119 Johnson, Sandra--45,89,135 Jones, Danny--54 Jones, Kemmon--52,55,57,68,119 Jones, Leta--45,135 Jones, Robert--78,90,119 Jordon, Jerry--47,96,135 Juday, Thomas—63,69,113 Julius, Randy--69,110 Kaiser, Bruce--63,69,111,113 Kaiser, Jerry--125 Kane, Alan-18,19,77,88,91,135 Kane, Lynn-22,76,83,90,123,125,93 Kapper, Edward--97,125 Karch, Danny--23,52,58,113 Karch, Dennis—119,121 Kelich, Helen—22,76,135 Kelich, Jayne--96,125 Kelley, John--135 Kelley, Larry--58,66,135 Kelley, Mark--27,52,53,54,57,67,69,78,83, 135
Kelly, Anita Lynn
Kelly, Margaret--50,70,110,112,113,119 Kelly, Mary
Laird, Debra—50,119 Laird, Ellen—50,136 Lantz, Patricia—50,80,119 LaPierre, Dianne--90,125 LaPointe, Lisa—77,113 Laster, Terrance--125 Laster, Thomas--119
Leathers, Jeffrey—29,74,82,83,88,91,125, 92,93 Lcavcll, Bill--119 Leavitt, Jeff—65,113 Lee, Hope--113 Lee, Sharon—94,113 Leeson, Jon—69,113 Leever, Deborah--59,70,84,113,119 Leisure, Ardeena--119 Leisure, Angela--18,19,22,50,79,85,136 Leisure, Debbi--44,50,94 Leisure, Robert--65,86,136 Leonard, Deborah—74,125
Lindley, Deborah Line, Ellen—125 Lineberry, Lucinda—78,88,119 Linegar, Anita—70,74,77,82,87,123,125,93 Linsmeyer, Gregory--52,56,62,68,119 Litaker, Jerry—86,125 Li taker, Louise--113 Litaker, Mary--113 Long, Darrel—35,119 Long, Kathryn--90,113 Long, Rose—90,94,113 Long, Shirley--90,96,125 Long, Thomas—88,93 Longnecker, Daneen—119 Longnecker, David--119 Longnecker, Dennis—43,97,136 Longnecker, Mama Longnecker, Lois--136 Low, Katherine—15,16,18,19,25,76,77,79, 136
Mcngelt, Steven--15,52,60,62,74,77,80,93, 98,117,119 Metz, James--119 Miller, Christy—90,94,113 Miller, Deborah--30,74,80,84,97,137 Miller, Jackie-11,88,90,91,126 Miller, Lee Ann— 80,113 Miller, Rebccca—84,113 Miller, Tina—113 Mitchell, Billy—46,97,137 Mitchell, Elaine--96,126 Mochrie, Bonita--84,137
Murphy, Janet—17,74,76,129,137 Murray, Rhonda--50,70,78,94,114 Muse, Douglas--119 Mutchler, Don—80,87,114 Mutchler, Vida—27,126 Myerly, Alice--50,51,70,77,78,123,126 McClain, Carolyn--34,84,93,125 McCorkle, Anita--94,136 McCorkle, Ben--41,125
McDaniel, Gary--50,71,82,88,91,113 McDaniel, Kathleen—80,89,113 McDermit, Donald Lee--125 McDcrmit, Mark Charlcs--80,110,113 McElfresh, Carol--84,125 McElfresh, Diana--88,113 McElfresh, Jeffrey--62,126 McElfresh, Julia—84,113 McElfresh, JoAnne--74,137 McElfresh, Lorri--89,113 McGahey, Melinda McMahan, Paula--70,88,113 McPhearson, Anna--137 McPhcarson, Junc--86,119 McPhearson, Rick--60,126 McPhearson, Ron--119 McQuitty, Cynthia—80,113 Niccum, Ronald--41,87,126 Nicholas, Deborah--90,137 Nichols, Mike—63,69,114 Noble, Dina--50,80,114 Noel, Lucinda--119 Norris, Nancy—88,91,126 Northcutt, Toni—94,126 Northcutt, Twyla--114 Nutter, Kathy--119 Nutter, Norman--114
Oldag, Thomas--23,24,26,52,56,80,83,93, 129,137 Orbaugh, Dave--114 Osborn, Kevin—119 Pace, Andrew—52,53,54,57,65,137 Pace, Carol-30,50,70,74,76,79,80,87,117, 119
Pace, Dave—63,69,110,114 Pace, Katherine--50,126 Parker, Marilyn--137 Parker, Mary--94,114 Parker, Pamela--126 Parker, Peggy--50,137 Parker, Sandra—28,59,70,138 Parrish, Joyce--94,119 Parrish, Marjorie--94,119 Parrish, Rex--97,138 Parry, Jerry--119 Parsons, Joseph--62,119 Patterson, Mike--114 Pearson, John—41,52,54,64,126 Pearson, Jean—23,50,74,138 Pedro, Marilyn—23,50,74,138 Peters, Bob--12,58,93,94,119 Peterson, Helen Peterson, Janice--126 Phillips, Clyde Phillips, Janie —119 Phillips, Linda--126 Phillips, Lucinda—119 Phillips, Robert--114 Pierce, Jackie—35 Pierce, Tony--63,65,114 Piirto, Dennis—22,88,138 Pike, Kathy-19,138 Pinkleton, Donald—43,97,138 Pittman, Jack--86,120 Ploughe, Charles—23,114 Ponder, Dickey
Poor, Deborah--79,80,87,126,93 Poor, Michael—114 Powell, Don-54,61,64,66,67,97,138 Powell, Jack—54,64,97,126 Poynter, Jenny--90,120 Poynter, Pamela--10,76,89,138 Prieshoff, Daniel--14,15,52,53,54,55,60,61, 66,67,74,98,129,132,139,93 Pullen, Mary—139 Ramey, Dennis—97 Reasoner, Mark--126 Recknor, William--126 Reichart, Gary—136,139 Rennier, Michael--77,79,83,88,91,126 Retherford, Sandra--126 Reynolds, Jeff
Reynolds, Kathleen--18,19,25,70,71,74,76, 77,79,87 Rice, Jeffrey--97,139 Rich, Murl
Richardson, Cathy—17,19,74,77,78,80,91, 132,139 Richardson, Wilfries T.
Riegel, Kenny—62,120 Riley, Connie—70,126 Riley, Glenis—80,120 Rinker, Betty--37
Rittenhousc, Beth--84,88,94,123,126,93 Rittcnhouse, Christina--114 Rittenhousc, Nancy—88,114 Rittenhousc, Nola—12,88,91,139
Rogers, Terry Kent--139
Rogers, Terry Lee—114
Rominger, Gary- -97,139
Shaw, Dennis Kim—27,54,60,61,120,140
Short, Betty-- 115
Simmons, Phillip—54,74,89,129,140 Simmons, Thomas—71,87,115 Sizelove, Cynthia—83,127 Sizelove, David John—54,60,64,66,141 Sizelove, David Lee—52,141 Sizelove, Stacy—90,115 Skillman, Michael —52,56,64,76,83,124,
Slate, Harold--54,88,91,141 Slayton, Beverly Slayton, Kenneth—97,127 Slayton, Maria—24 Slayton, Marla—115 Slayton, Terri—72,116,117,120 Slayton, Traci—50,51,59,70,77,80,88,110, 115
Slocum, Kim—25,54,60,123,124,127 Smith, Cindy--31 Smith, Connie—89,127 Smith, Deborah
Smith, Lisa —11S
St. Clair, Ronald —127
St. Clair, Susie--114
Stansberry, Debbie Kay--124
Stickler, Rhonda —50,74,141
Stone, Debbie Jo—50,70,94,120
93,141,92 Sunderland, Jana Sutton, Rosann Sutton, William--210 Svendsen, Lumi—70,80,121 Swink, Ed
Teachnor, Francoise — 118,121
Thrawl, Ken—62,127 Tomlinson, Rebecca--121 Tompkins, Richard—55,121 Travis, Patrick--60,127 Trice, Catherine--96,142 Trimble, Dianna--115 Troutman, Mike--115 Troutman, Terry--63 Tucker, Lana—127,93 Tyner, Ted—63,115
Updegraff, Maria - -51,59,70,77,93,122,123,
220.127.116.11 Vandiver, Judy--115 VanHom, Leslie—89,94,115 VanWagner, Lorrie—50,51,70,74,80,120,
18.104.22.168 Vautaw, Jeffrey--97,142
Vest, James Vest, Wanda—121 Vice, Kandace--44,70,121 Vinson, Daniel—62,121 Vinson, Larrance--127 Wadholm, Steven—121 Walden, Clifton—87,127 Walden, Jimmie—87,121 Walker, Alamo Walker, Carrie Walker, Tim--65,115 Wallace, Kenny
Walters, Coyt--22,52,53,58,59,60,61,64,65, 74,76,78,80,87,142 Walters, Jackie—33,121 Wardwell, Thresa—50,70,77,80,114,115 Warner, Peggy—142 Watters, Christine —127 Waymire, Angela—33,SO,80,94,117,121 Waymire, Dave—76,115 Waymire, Kathy--77,80 Waymire, Michael--42,97,142 Waymire, Thersa—44,115 Waymire, Tim—41 Weaver, Bob--26,121 Weaver, Frances--90,127 Weaver, Lillie—44,115 Weaver, Pauline Ann--115 Webb, Candice Elaine--134,142 Webb, Richard Lee--121 Weddell, Emma Kay—50,90,91,117,121 Weddell, Jeff Allen—88,115 Welch, Debra Lee--121 Wells, Audie Lee —115 Wells, Catherine Ann—89,143 Wells, Debbie June--70,80,121 Wells, Teresa Susan--89,121 Whisler, Bruce Edward--22,62,65,121 Whitenack, Nancy Kay--70,80,81,88,115 Whitis, Toni Rae—115 Widener, Jo Marlene—121 Widmeyer, Peggy Anne—18,19,74,78,143 Widmeyer, Penny Jo—50,51,70,74,127 Wilburn, Charles Allen- -127 Wilburn, Linda Diane—94,121 Wiley, David Lee—87,115 Wilkey, Donnie Keith Williams, Annette Marie—50,70,115 Williams, Bruce Lynn-18,19,78,88,129,143 Williams, Clare Teresa—32,121 Williams, David Merrill—97 Williams, Joseph Anthony--52,54,60,61,64, 66,80,143 Williams, Judy Carol--115 Williams, Patsy Jean--90,127 Williams, Timothy Michael—37,127 Willis, Kenneth Wayne--96,143 Wills, Ulane Alett—96,127 Wilson, Cassie Lee—80,81,88,115 Wilson, Michael Kevin--143 Wilson, Patricia Lynn—26,121 Wilson, Thomas Wayne--127 Wingrove, Peter Marshall--12,77,83,88,91, 127,92
Wire, Julie Marie—50,70,80,114,115 Wise, Ronald Eugene--96,143 Wisler, Debra Ann—143 Wood, Cathy Ann—121 Wood, Cathy W.--121 Wood, Deborah Ruth--143 Wood, Morris Ray--115 Woolums, Majorie Ann--47,96,143 Wright, Ronald Lee--54,60,71,127 Wright, Sheryl Elaine—50,51,59,70,78,80, 81,115 Wright, Thad Lee— 56,121 Wylie, Garry David--41 Yates, Ann Marie —121 Yohc, Joa Lee--50,85,94 Zech, David Eugene--63,115 Zimmerman, Gary Joe--96,138,143
178Mrs. Hilda E. Chapman has served Willkie High School in the capacity of yearbook advisor for the past 14 years. She has spent countless hours working on Crescents. As editors of the Crescent we take pleasure in dedicating the 1971 Crescent to
Mrs. Hilda E. Chapman
179if people want change then it is up to them to -i | make changes within themselves a better world begins With yourself
EDITORS--DEB MILLER, BARB BUTCHER COPY CHAIRMAN--JIM MOCK ADVERTISING CHAIRMAN--PAULETTE CLOUSER CIRCULATION CHAIRMAN--ANITA BAUGHER PRINTING--A MERIC AN YEARBOOK COMPANY TYPIST—LINDA COX PICTURE SALES--SUSIE HIRSCH PHOTOGRAPHER--BRIAN GREEN ADVISOR--MRS. HILDA CHAPMAN PHOTOGRAPHY--REID'S STUDIO, MUNCIE, INDIANA REPRESENTATIVE—MR. BILL WRIGHT”
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