Elwood Community High School - Crescent Yearbook (Elwood, IN)

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 CRESCENT 1974 Elwood Community High School Elwood, Indiana Volume 58Elwood Community High School opened its doors for the first time August 27, 1973, to an enrollment of 1025 stu- dents. The campus contains 36 classrooms, 21 classrooms in the vocational building, 3000 capacity gymnasium, ultramodern cafetorium and collegiate stadium.Dedication Day Was Impressive As ABOVE: Mr. Frank Parente directs the Panther Band in a prelude concert before dedication ceremonies. BELOW LEFT: Canadian Consulate General Mr. Timmerman presents a valuable set of Canadian books for our new library to Mr. Phil Brown. BELOW' RIGHT: Harmon Baldwin, executive secretary of the Indiana School Board Association, gives the dedication address. 4Well As Memorable Elwood Community High School's new five million dollar facility was dedicated formally Sunday, October 21, 1973. Dedication address was given by Harmon Baldwin, executive secretary Indiana School Board Association. Principal Blair Sullivan presided introducing Superintendent Keith Scott, who presented platform guests and gifts to the new school. Other highlights of the program were special greetings from Mr. Timmerman, Canadian Consulate General, who presented a valuable collection of Canadian books to the school library. A special placque was presented to Superintendent Keith Scott in recognition of his thirty years of service to the Elwood School System by Riley Sharp, school corporation attorney. Cindy Barker, Student Council president, gave greetings from the student body. A prelude concert was given by the Panther band and choir directed by Mr. Frank Parente. Other platform guests included Rev. Ralph Richardson, pastor, of the East Main St.'Christian Church; Arnold Spiley, Associate State Superintendent of Public Instruction; Bernie Snyder, partner, Evereit I. Brown Co. , architects; James Kiphart, president of Elwood's Community School Board; Rev. Roger Thompson, pastor of St. John's Luiheran Church and other school board members.Sun coming up On a new era Awakening of sleeping imagination Fresh start in all directions Only the beginning . . . 6ISUPERlNTENDEN RILIY.M SHARP iViVy AND SHARP A HOOL BUILDING CO VOOD COMM ' ,$CHOG 1973 1973 HITECTS - ENGINLl P: RETT I. BROWN COMPANY IOINT MAURICl C Ki 111 •Y treasurer BARBARA N KUR i HAL WAYM1RE ••RECTOR 3L6 CHELL KEN 4CDSON GERALD »' PRANK Wl i 1 RALPH Ml SAM ROCI lMoving Ahead Construction of a nev school often causes controversy which can lead 1 change. Good or bad? Giant super-structure, big-time stadium, back t nature environment. Closed campus, split lunch periods, activity period--all of these are meaningless without people. So, we, as El-wood students, reflect these changes in educatic in life. You be the judge!9PBN Presents ’73 Varieties ABOVE LEFT: Jeff McDaniel as Charol Canning serenades the audience with a rollicking rendition of "Hello Dolly. " ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Parente rehearses the band for another musical production. BELOW LEFT: Elwood's own Galloping Gourmet, Jeff Wendell as Max Mixer, gives hints no good cook could ever follow. 10Chris Loepke as Captain Bangaroo and Bill Kessinger as Mister Green Jeans entertain members of the choir who form a captive children's audience in the Variety Show skit "Captain Bangaroo. " Panther Band Network Presents: A Day in TV Land. This was the theme of the 1973 variety show. Emcees were Steve Kiefer and Roger Crowe. Highlights included "In Search of Yesterday", a heart wrenching soap opera; "Let's Make a Squeal", a riotous game show; and "Herlock Sholmes", a mystery. They wrapped up the skits with "Snooz News". The show ended with a "Moment of Inspiration" as Jeff McDaniel sang with the choir accompanying him. Leading characters were Jeff McDaniel as Charol Canning, Chris Le-opke as Captain Bangaroo, Pat Cri-mans as Mr. Nixon, Jeff Weddell as Max Mixor, Gary Bush as Johnny Larson and the Panther Band and their majorettes. For the grand finale the majorettes brought out the flag while the band played "The Star Spangled Banner". Counterpoints Kay Weddell, Vicki Huff, and Vicki Freund sing a medley from the Carpenters. 11Prom ’73: Visit to Aquatic Rhonda Murray and Sally Tharp chat with their dates. Sophomore pirates serve punch and cookies in Pirates Cove. Visitors to the lost continent, Atlantis, dance amid cascades of watery glitter and friendly fish. Other Prom goers enjoy refreshments and a chance to talk with friends in the pirate atmosphere of treasure chests, sabers and gold dub loons. 12Atlantis Flanked by nautical decorations in keeping with the Atlantis theme, students attending the 1973 prom entered the undersea world through a submarine called Nautilus complete with live fish outside the portholes. As the prom goers entered, they were escorted by sailors. Larry Mitchum's Band was seated on the stage which was decorated with fishnet and festoons, colored balls and watery streamers. Couples passed through a shipwreck to the refreshment area. This was a pirate's cove featuring a giant treasure map, Charlie Tuna, a mermaid and Captain Hook. Sophomore girls dressed as pirates served treats to guests. Last year's queen Kaori Gardner crowned 1973 queen Kay Weddell, who was seated on a giant sea shell throne. Kay's escort was Mark Bollinger. Honor attendants were Candy Gootee, Bobbie Florea, Vickie Freund, and Diana Shephard. Prom chairpeople were Jane Church and Julie Wire. Committee heads were Cassie Wilson, Teresa Wardwell and Tracie Slayton. Prom queen 1973, Kay Weddell, reigns over an aquatic world, Atlantis. 13Homecoming: Memories, Happiness, Rain LEFT: Homecoming Queen Kathy McClelland reigned over festivities with her court Cindy Barker, Mary Hook, Sarah Hobbs, and Nancy Robertson. BELOW: Seniors won the float competition with their entry Flying High to Win. The class of '74 also won first place last year. 14and Defeat Although a steady rain cancelled the Homecoming parade, foul weather didn’t dampen the spirits of Panther fans who braved rain and cold winds. The new stadium was almost filled with loyal fans sporting umbrellas and winter coats. Although the floats were not shown, they were judged. The Class of "74" won first for the second year in a row. Their winning float character was Dumbo and the theme was "Flying High to Win. " The sophomores won second place. Their float was a take off of the three little pigs and their theme was "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Blue Devils. " Last year’s queen, Christy Hood, crowned the 1973 queen, Kathy McClelland. Here attendants were Sara Hobbs, Mary Hook, Nancy Robertson, and Cindy Barker. The day's festivities were dedicated to the Class of 1923. Elwood lost a hard fought game to C.I.C. champs Tipton Blue Devils by a score of 14-0.FRIENDSClassof’77 Freshman Steering Committee members are Brenda Brewer, Bill Beber, Mark Crim, Lisa Elsworth, Todd Gardner, Lea Ann French, Sheri Julius, Jill Kendell, Becky McQuitty, Rod Murray, Jim Nichols, Denny Pearson, Brad Smith, Sam Stone, Brad Weddell, and Rodney Wilhelm. Brian Abbott Jill Abner Richard Aldridge Patricia Alfrey Connie Allen David Alterr Patricia Amos Tim Anderson Shelia Arehart Cathy Baldwin Naomi Bannon Dianne Barker Ginger Barrett Bob Bartlett Ervin Bastin Bill Beber Kurt Beeman Eddie Blankenship Donna Boles Ellen Bond Doug Boyer Lee Anne Boyer Ron Boy land Mike Bray Lisa Brenner Brenda Brewer Joy Brewer Marsha Brewer Cheryl Brown Debbie Brown 18Phil Brown Larry Browning Tina Bunch Brian Caldwell Roger Campbell Theresa Campbell Joe Cannon Jeff Carpenter Peggy Carroll Eddie Casas Ben Clark Beth Cole Jeff Cole Elizabeth Collier Richard Collier Jeff Compton Tammy Conner Mike Conwell Tom Conwell Mel Cook Elbert Cotton Carma Coubert Bob Coubert Mark Crim Floyd Crow Chris Crull Mike Dautrich James Davis Karla Deck Steve Dennis Leanne Dial Randy Doan John Dowler Arthur Dudley Cheryl Duffey Terry Eaton Leslie Eggers Teresa Eib Lydia Eliserio Nick Ellis Lisa Ellsworth Joe Everling Donna Fanning Joyce Farr Angela Faulstich Debbie Fettig Teresa Fettig David Finley Glen Foor Kathy Frazier Bob French Lea Ann French Bill Frye Kevin Frye 19Susan Gallatin Donnie Gamble Ray Garcia Matt Gardner Todd Gardner Brian Gerard Brian Gerth Debra Glotzbach Tim Goens Cynthia Goforth James Gough Debra Greg Melanie Gregory Becky Grimes Don Groover Emily Gross Becky Hahn Mary Hall Richard Hardebeck Geoffrey Harris Kim Hayes Glenda Hayward Diana Heater Steve Heaton Dan Heiser Rhonda Herkless Richard Hershey Randy Hobbs Cindy Holloway Charles Holmes Amy Hoose Jamie Howat Rod Hudson Candy Hueston Caren Huff Ruthie Hughes Pam Hughes Lisa Humphrey Tim Hunt Bill Huntsman Kowena Huntsman Lori Hyman Molly ldlewine Pete ldlewine Joy Jackson Mike Johns Patsy Johnson Diana Jones Phil Juday Sheri Julius Sheila Kaiser David Kane Mary Keeton Cecilia Kelich 20Tim Kelich Jill Kendall Tim Keifer Mary Kilgore Scott King James Knoop Kim Landrum Brian Lashure Joe Ledford Matt Leeson Brian Legg Keith Leisure Rod Leisure Debra Lewellen Mark Lippott Gene Logan Denny Lyman Terrie McCormick Rick McDaniel Gail McGinn Debbie McGuire Robert McMahan Bud McPhearson Ray McPhearson Becky McQuitty Jeff McQuitty Lisa McWhirt Kevin Magers Edward Martin Cindy Mason Pam Massey Anna Medea If Mary Mengelt Chris Moody Phyllis Morgan Gary Mottweiler Jeff Mundy Jerri Munns Richard Munns Hector Murillo Denise Murray Rodney Murray Gary Musick Jim Nichols Duke Noble Patricia Noone Beth Parker Tara Parker Randy Patton Doyle Payne Terrie Payne Dennis Pearson Cindy Pedro Dawn Perry 21Jim Perry Wayne Phillips Marcus Pierce Steve Plake Tamara Plotner Randy Plue David Povese Jeff Pratt Kristy Preston Danny Price James Ramey Tom Reese Joyce Reeves Kathy Rice Robin Richardson Butch Riley David Riser Don Ritter Larry Robertson Cindy Robison Karen Rogers Richard Rogers Mark Shepard Connie Shortridge David Simmons Terry Simmons Sherry Sims Robert Singer Fred Size love Suzy Sizelove James Skillman Brad Smith Kathy Smith Rick Smith Roger Smith Mike Stapleton Cheryl Stevens Phil Stewart Rick Stewart Karen Stiner Sam Stone Jeff Sullivan Mark Sullivan Ron Sutton Cathy Talley Mark Taylor Pat Tolbert George Tranbarger Mark Trittipo Danny Updegraff Gail Updegraff Tami Updegraff Rod VanBuskirk Kathy Vanness 22NOT PICTURED--Bradley Alexander, David Blockson, Robert Callaway, Russell Dever, Richard Dulworth, David Eliserio, Joseph Finnerty, Ricky Gerard, William Harless, Dan Horseman, Mariana Kolias, Jeffrey Sovem. Sandy Vinson Lois Walker Stacey Wallace Julia Warner Susan Watson Judy Waymire Jeff Weaver Brad Weddell Carolyn Whisle: Debbie Whisler Tammy Whitis Denise Wiand Rodney Wilhelm David Williams Brenda Wilson Debbie Wisner Terri Wolfe Brenda Wood Keith Wood Judith Wright Ian Younce I've finally made it. It is no longer grade school but high school. When you think about it, it has a nice ring to it. I promise myself each day I will not act like I don’t know what’s going on, even if I don’t! They say you can tell a frosh, but not me. I’m trying desperately to drop my childish habits, but that's hard to do in one summer. It gave me confidence today when a junior asked me where a room was. Maybe they can’t tell after all. A senior actually asked me where Room 204 was! Now I really have confidence. I guess they can’t tell — Much! Student teacher Marsha Crouch discusses an English lesson with her students. 23Class of ’76 Sophomore Steering Committee members pictured ABOVE are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Kristi McClelland, Peggy Beber, Jan Heiser, Adrienne Etchison, Chris Copeland, JoanKleyla, Debbie Abney, Tina Reichart, Kathy Groover; SECOND ROW, Steve Dickey, Bob Helm, Tom Updike, Brian Connors, Terry Cress, and Ross Rodriquez. Brenda Abbott Mike Abbott Luketta Abernathy Debbie Abney Kathy Adams Roger Alfrey Ronna Alley Robert Altherr Randy Amick Debra Amos Gerry Anderson Rick Anthony Pam Antle Rhonda Arehart Doug Arnold Brian Ball Debbie Ball Lavone Bannon 24Toby Barker Theresa Barrett Brian Baugher Rick Bayne Jane Bayse Deborah Beam Peggy Beber Laurinda Beck ley Jamie Beeman Julia Beeman Mark Beeman Linda Bennett Kenneth Berg Kathy Bilyeu Steve Boyer Cindy Brewer Julia Brewer Kenny Brown Valeri Brown Janet Brunson John.Bucci Mike Bucci Diana Bunch Michele Burns Diana Butler Amy Caldwell Tracey Campbell Ruth Cannon Jim Carroll Billy Carter John Clary Margie Cleaver Krista Cloud John Collier Mark Collis Brian Connors Tonia Connors Tod Conway Bill Coots Chris Copeland Lynn Copher Steve Cotner Monty Cox Penny Crable Joe Creamer Bill Creech Terry Cress James Crull Brad Cyphers Brock Cyphers Tammy Daulton Bill Davies James Davis Patricia Deckard 25Vickie Dial Steve Dickey Julie Dillon Dana Dowler Rick Ebbert Tony Edge 11 Duane Elsworth Adrenne Etchison Linda Fanning Barbara Farley Beverly Farley Gregg Fettig Robin Fleener David Foor Jerry Foor Richard Fowler Jill Gamblin Phil Gerth Regina Gibson Sharon Gill Ann Gillespie Tina Gilliam Rhonda Glotzbach Mike Goens Jill Goodwin Sandy Gordon Peggy Graves Doug Green Kelly Green Kenny Green Mike Green Kathy Groover Vickie Gross Diana Guffey Kevin Hamilton Tim Hanlin Mary Haulk Steve Hayes Clayton Hayward Kevin Head Dale Heflin Jan Heiser Robert Helm Ron Hinshaw Carl Hobbs Mark Hobbs Joe Holtsclaw Marsha Hood Vince Hughes Cindy Hurse Sherry Hyman Gary Ice Kevin Israel Yolanda Jaramillo 26Michael Jarrett Marsha Jones Cheryl Kaiser Jim Kelich Lisa Kestler Mike Kimmerling Jeff King Joan Kleyia Denise Knopp Daniel Kronenberg Marty Leavitt Patty Lee Becky Leeson Doug Leever Randy Leever Penny LeForce Cassie Leisure Lorri Long Mark Longerbone Cheryl Loser Dean Lyman Kristy McClelland Terri McClintock Brenda McCorkle Cindy McCorkle Ed McElfresh Cindy McPhearson Marsha McPhearson Penny McPhearson Becky Mason Brad McQuitty Lisa McQuitty Michele Melvin Ann Metz Dinah Miller Pat Miller Michael Monroe Maura Montgomery Melinda Moore Jenny Morgan John Moser Micky Noble Tracey Orbaugh Tammy Owens Nick Pappas Kevin Parry Donita Pattison Rolland Patton Patty Peting Charles Phillips Sheryl Pike Steve Plotner Richard Plue Elnora Pratt 27Raeann Rebuck Tina Reichart Cindy Riddle Sherri Rittenhouse Dolores Roberson Kathy Robertson Tim Roby Ross Rodriquez Pam Roller Ruth Roller Charles Rominger Jamie Runyan Marian Sallee John Savage Danny Scott Donita Scott Sue Scott Mary Sheedy Danny Shepard Julie Sherman Sheryl Shipley Bill Short Terry Sims Cathy Singer Debbie Singer Marc Slayton Jan Slocum Kevin Smith Dick Smith Bob Smith Tim Smith Edgar Spearman Dan Standridge Debbie St. Clair Debbie Stephens Cathy Stewart Sue Stewart Allen Stiner Beth Stone Ted Sullivan Jim Sutton Tim Swartz Greg Tam Carrie Taylor Becky Teachnor Scott Thomas Kevin Thompson Nancy Thompson Joyce Thomberry Paul Tompkins Penny Toney Debbie Trittipo Lea Ann Turner Tammy Tyner 28NOT PICTURED: Jeff Arehart, David Cline, Lisa Fettig, Jo-ella Frawley, Cheri Stutzman, Jeff Williams, John Wisman. Brian Updegraff Ron Updegraff Tom Updike Kevin Vance Brenda Vinson Terry Wadholm John Walden Steve Wallace Susan Waymire Penny Weaver John Welcher Sandra Whetsel Kay Widmeyer Charles Wilkerson Connie Wilkey Tom Williams Richard Wilson Jeff Witterbort Donna Wright Mike Wright Monna Wright Jim Younce I feel like like I'm a frosh again. Oh what a horrible feeling! I didn't know where I was going, but at least I knew what was going on. We've had a pretty good year. Can you imagine second place in floats! That is fantastic! Whoever thought three lil Panthers could look so good. You can tell we're up there; after all, look at our new class rings. They prove it. This year was our year for making money. It was worth the effort with the prize of a new TV for the most candy sold. Just think only two more years. Sophomores, as they place orders, look forward to the big moment when their rings will arrive. 29Class of ’75 Junior Steering Committee members are, FIRST ROW, Chris Kiphart, Cricket Williams, treasurer; Babette Abner, secretary Lew Rita Moore, Jude Bourff, vice president; Laura Seright, president; and Spencer Knotts; SECOND ROW, Cindv Piirto, Tammy French, Lori Wood, Carl Caldwell, Tim Hemiak, Don Etchison, and Margaret Drake. Babette Abner Carolyn Abplanalp Harry Albers Kim Albers Chris Alfrey Gerald Anderson Keith Anderson Kenneth Andersor Kurt Ba cker Dale Baldwin Mary Bannon Pam Barrett Jerri Beach Terry Beeman Cathy Bond Michael Bond Jude Bourff Kenneth Bradley 30Leslie Brown Trina Bryan Mark Burchette Pamela Bums Gary Bush Carl Caldwell Kenneth Call Ronald Call Steve Campbell Craig Chriss Jerry Clingamar Jodi Clouser Joe Clouser June Cole Kathy Cole Mike Collis Nancy Conley Bret Connors Ray Cook Donna Cooper Bill Copeland Brenda Comwel. Tim Coston Tim Cotner Paul Courtney Paul Crow Tom Culbertson DeaAnn Daulton Charles Davis Matt Davis Shelly Davis David Deckard Dan Dennis Dorothea DePaolc Larry Dietzer Julia Dowler Margaret Drake Pam Dudley Robin Duffey Erin Duncan Steve Durham Kevin Ebert Mark Ebert Don Etchison Debbie Fanning Dana Faulstich Brian Fihe Donita Finton Anita Fisher Denver Frazee Phil Frazee Steve Freeman Tamara French Linda Frve 31Kathy Gallatin Nola Gantz Penny Gardner Judy Gamer Tim Gamer Carol Gerard David Gerard Mike Giselbach Keith Goodknight Roger Gregg Jim Gross Mark Hahn Vickie Hancock Brenda Hardebeck Sheila Gargrave Shirley Hayward Mary Heilman Tim Hemiak Duane Hodson Joan Horn Diana Huff Kathy Hughes Mike Hughes Rita Hughes Scott Hunter Terry Johnson Roxanna Jones Danny Junior Pat Kane Danny Kelley Kevin Kelley Chris Kiphart Spencer Knotts Steve Lattimer Ron Lee Phil Leisure Becky Little Dawn Loepke Karen Longnecker Dawn Lyman Cheryl McClintock Monte McCorkel Jeff McDaniels Ed McMinn Mike McPhearson Debbie Maish Kathy Mason Dean Massey Fred Massie Connie Melton Mike Mengelt Ronnie Mitchell Don Mock Lew Rita Moore 32Randy Moore Debra Morgan Mary Jo Morgan Rhonda Mort Cindy Myers Brenda Naxon Patty Noel Margaret Noone Jan Pace John Pace Candy Parker Bob Parsons Carl Phillips Patty Phillips Cindy Piirto Phil Pike Sherrie Plake Jeff Poe Kevin Pore Evelyn Prus Brenda Puterbaugh Joe Rebuck Susan Reckner Stan Rennier Cindy Reynolds Jeff Riley Kim Ritter Sharon Roller Zindy Romine Elvira Sandoval John Saxton Laura Seright Chuck Shawhan Terry Sherman Bruce Simmons Vanna Slate Alan Smith Linda Smith Elaine Spooner Kay Stafford Kent Stafford Keith Stiner Gary Stutzman John Svendsen Theresa Taylor Vickie Tolbert Jeri Toney Bill Tracy Jeremy Updegraff Gary VanCleave Dale Vest Mike Walker Terry Wallace Tara Warner 33Joni Weaver Kristie Weddell Greg Wells Greg Werline Cindy Wilburn Rhonda Wilburn Dennis Wilhelm Curt Wilhoit Barry Wilkinson Terry Wilkinson Cricket Williams Karen Wilson Mike Wilson Carol Wittcamper Lori Wood Vanessa Young NOT PICTURED: Laverna Adams, Clifford Beeman, Ron Benefiel, Larry Coffman, Barney Cole, Arlene Felton, Jon Fettig, Harley Groover, Mike Hahn, Mike Hoobs. Gregory Humphrey, Joseph Lilly, John Manis, Dale Roe, Roger Runyan, Carolyn Singer. Brenda Steffler, Terry Tyner, James Walker. I’m finally here, a junior. That means next year is it. Things surely change when you become a Junior. Paid $3.00 for a PSAT test and it doesn't even count. I studied all night for that test but it really didn't help much because it was still hard. Wow! I finally can go to a prom without being asked by a junior or senior because now I'm a junior and 1 can do the asking. I surely was disappointed a tout our float, "World's Greatest Athlete”. We worked so hard for a long time to only finish third. Well, at least we're number one in spirit. We've won that spirit stick more than anyone class. And that's something to be proud of! 34Class of’74 Senior Class Officers and Steering Committee members are ROW 1: Billy Hooker, Patty Monohan, treasurer; Trade Slayton, Mindy Fihe, ROW 2: Kathy Hughes, Rhonda Murray, Cindy Barker, Dave Pace, ROW 3: Fred Stagev Kathy McClelland, secretary; Jeff Green, Mark McDermit, ROW 4: Jane Church, Randy Julius, president; Cindy McQuitty, Mike Poore, Debbie Elsworth, ROW 5: Kevin Courtney, and Kevin Fewell. Sara Hobbs, vice president; and Sally Tharp are not present. Brenda J. Abbott David L. Acres Rick L. Adair 35 Malinda Anderson Ismael Arana Ron ArehartDavid C. Baldwin Lucinda Barker Larry Barnes Patricia Barnes George Bartlett Lisa Baugher Patrick Beach Brenda Beber David Beeman Joan Bomershack Theresa Benefiel Phillip S. Braddock Diana Bright Shirley Brown Judy Bucci 36John Burnette Deloris Burton Deborah Campbell Michael Carmody Isabell Casas Stanley Chase Jane Church Randy Collins Ronald Connor Kevin Courtney Debbie Crable Patrick Crimans Roger Crowe Pamela Davis Marla Davis 37Tam era Davis Martina Dever Mary Dial 38 Charles Dickey Robert Drake Peggy Dunnichay Jeffrey Durham Rockie Ebbert Debra Elsworth Chandos Dean Etchison Jeffrey Etchison Todd Etchison Joe Etter Deborah Farley Kevin FewellMelinda Fihe Larry S. Fihe Deborah Fisher Mary Fisher Robin French Carolyn Frye John FI. Frye Paul Fuller Margie Galbreath Debra Gill Jonathen Gill Robert Gillain Jeffrey Green Rebecca Green Steve Green 39Seniors Trade Slayton, Nancy Whitenack, Jama Younce, Julie Wire, and Cassie Wilson make use of the new library during activity period. Tim Grondin Dwight Gross Terry Hancher Thomas Hanlin Gary Harris Thomas Hartley 40Marie Halting James Haulk Thomas Heaton Terry Heflin Samuel Heiser Fred Tim Hibst Sara Hobbs William Mocker Susan Hollowell Dennis Hood Mary Hook Malinda Howell Roger Hughes Katherine Hughes Alice Humel 41John Jackson Mary Jaramillo Linda Jarrell Jennifer Jones Thomas Juday Randall Julius Bruce Kaiser Danny Karch Margaret Kelly William Kessinger Steven Kiefer Debra Knick Lisa LaPointe Jeffrey Leavitt Sharon Lee 42Jon Leeson -Lisa Lewis Mary Litaker Kathryn Long Rose Long Thomas Long Charles Lovell Holly Lucas Tonya Lynas Bonita Lytle Kathy McClelland Gary McDaniel Kathleen McDaniel Mark McDermit Diana McElfresh 43Lee Ann McGuire Kathryn McLaughlin Paula McMahan Cynthia McQuitty Jeffrey Marley Helen Martin Christy Miller Rebecca Miller Tina Miller James Milnes Patricia Monahan Garry Moore Rhonda Murray Donald Mutchler Michael Nichols 44Dina Noble Twyla Northcutt David Orbaugh David Pace Robert Phillips Charles Ploughe Michael Poor Diana Richmond Brenda Riddle Christine Rittenhouse Nancy Rittenhouse Laura Robertson Nancy Robertson Jeffrey Robison Marty Robison 45Senior Steering Committee members listen to a presentation of announcements. They ordered an ivory three-fold announcement from the Josten's Company. Dale Roe Randy Rogers Terry Rogers Stephen Sallee Raymond Bruce Sanders Tomacita Sandoval Kathleen Scholl Jeanne Schwalm Linda Scott 46Steven Scott Jerry Sent man Pam Sharp Janie Short Murvall Thomas Simmons Stacey Size love Marla Slayton Tracie Slayton Lucinda Smith Fred Stage Beth Stewart Brad Stewart Lori Stiner David Stout Kathy StrongDeborah Sullivan Sally Tharp Mary Thomberry Leslie Thomas Beatriz Troya Michael Tracy Dianna Trimble Ted Tyner Tim Walker Seniors Frank Steffler, Mitch Smith, and Mary Jo Thomberry create original designs with paper mache in ad. vanced art class. RIGHT, Debbie Cravle practices skills in office training. 48Theresa W rdwell David Waymire Kathy Waymire Jeffrey Weddell Audie Wells Nancy Whiteneck Upperclass steering committee members often serve the community. Here Nancy Robertson, Sara Hobbs and Kathy McClelland participate in student day. Another major senior activity is the election of Homecoming queen. The class of '74 nominated five candidates and the student body elected Kathy McClelland as Honor Queen. She is shown here with '73 queen, Christy Hood and Kathy's escort, Fred Stage. 49Cassie Wilson Julia Wire Morris Ray Wood Sheryl Wright Joa Yohe Jama Younce David Zech Senior Dave Pace makes payment on his yearbook to Crecent staff member, Linda Frye. 50Pamela Davies Luke Gerth Mary Parker Bruce Sanders Duane Spooner Frank Steffler Not Pictured; Lisa Davis Jewel Emery Greg Holloway Roger Kilgore Christopher Loepke Julia McElfresh Steve Melvin Kevin Morgan Lisa Smith A Senior’s Salute "Well, this is it - - - my last year of high school. No more ball games, dances and hallway gossip sessions. We'll all be going our separate ways. I have so many big decisions to make and so little time to make them. Am I going to college? Ball State or I. U. ? What about a job. Am I ready to be married? "I really like the announcements the Steering Committee chose. Another major decision was about our blue caps and gowns. I mean, everything has to be perfect because, after all, ours is the first class to graduate from Elwood Community High. "It's been a great four years. We've had fantastic spirit and the best of sponsors. It was pretty rough when we came in as little green Frosh and the upperclassmen wouldn't let us forget it. But our class showed its talent with that sectional pig and by continually winning the spirit stick. The judges always liked our animals. Remember our winning Bugs Bunny and Dumbo? What about our traditional hilarious sectional pep session skits? "It's just about that time. Don't forget about me, Elwood High. I'll never forget the good times. Goodbye, now. Hello, World’" 51Senior Class Presents Carol After her marriage to Oliver Harvard, everything is going beautifully for Ginny, played by Sally Tharp. But suddenly their wonderful young love is threatened when she becomes deathly ill. Ginny is shown here being examined by "the best doctor money can buy", as portrayed by Tom Long. This year’s Senior Class production was entitled "A Night of Comedy". Instead of the usual play, the class of '74 tried something different presenting eight Carol Burnett comedy sketches under the direction of Mr. David Schwachenwald and student directors, Mindy Fihe and Cindy Barker. "The Wallflowers" had Julie Wire and Debbie Gill portraying two lonely girls at a dance. In "Hospital Nudge", Janie Short plays a doctor and Teresa Wardwell is cast as Zelda. George, played by Roger Crowe, is due for major surgery the next day. "Return to Andy Hardy” was a sketch with Steve Kiefer play-ing Judge Hardy and Roger Crowe and Andy in one of those father-son talks. The "Late Date" depicts Carol, played by Cindy Barker, worrying about her little sister, Chris, played by Kathy Waymire, who is on a date with an older man and is late getting home. Stewardess Cora Sue Crawford, Kathy Waymire, discusses the flight plan to Tahaiti with the captain, Roger Crowe, and his copilot, Mark Mc-Dermit, who steers the plane. Troubled passengers who will share their heart-wrenching life stories are the drunken brain surgeon, Steve Keifer, the painted lady, Tracie Slayton, and the serene priest, Tom Long. 52Burnett Comedies "Old Folks" with Mark McDermit as Bert and Mindy Fihe as Molly opens with the couple sitting on the veranda. Bert thinks he is a Stutz Bearcat, dreaming he has Raquel Welch cornered. Molly decides Bert is more clutz than Stutz. The grand final featured each actor introducing himself and the entire cast singing the Carol Burnett theme song. Mr. Schwachen-wald and the student directors then signed the memory book. Mindy Fihe was voted Outstanding Performer of the Year by her fellow student actors. The class of 1974 was the first to stage a theatrical presentation on the new school stage in the spacious cafetorium. Special thanks went to Mr. Joe Juday, Mrs. Anna Mae McQuitty, and the art classes for prop and backdrop construction. Rich, handsome, man-about-campus Oliver Harvard, played by Steve Kiefer, demonstrated his ice hockey abilities for Ginny Caballeri-Wojowski-Defuccio, portrayed by Sally Tharp, TOP RIGHT. He convinces her that "love means never having to say, I love you." But the young lovers meet a tragic end in a Tearjerker Theatre version of "Love Story. " Carol, played by Cindy Barker, listens as Joyce, played by Teresa Wardwell, confesses she is a hopeless kleptomaniac, RIGHT. Since Carol is the unofficial problem solver of Canoga Falls, she is visited by the town's sissy director and a handsome young man who is running for Congress. Next, her daughter returns from a rock concert with Carol's new grandchild. Meanwhile Joyce has been stealing everything in sight and decides she must end it all with a stolen gun. But Carol must take time out from the suicide to console Julia, Canoga Falls' black nurse. The crises go on and on in "As the Stomach Turns. " 53Administrators, Faculty, Secretaries Elwood School Board members are, FIRST ROW, Jack Kiphart, Charles Parker; SECOND ROW, Wilford Shaw, William Shepard. Not pictured, James Cole. Keith Scott Superintendent John Hinds Administrative Assistant Blair Sullivan Principal Wayne Singleton Assistant Principal Delbert Lewis Director Vocational Education 54Guide School Activities Iris Bridges, Assistant Prin. Secretary Carol Courtney, Prin. Secretary Fran Hoffman, Secretary Jo Aline Glenn, School Boarcf Secretary Barbara Williams, Superintendent Secretary Mary Francis Wright Special Ed. Secretary Emily Leavell, Vocational Office Secretary 55Robert Abshire Tom Austin Van Bailey Charlotte Barr Michael Bomholt Phillip Brown Victor Brown Gerald Burton James Compton Marian Crimans Jane Davis Charles Faust Jean Ferguson Kathryn Fraser Linda Gren 56Barbara Grot ha us Kathy HanSon Richard Herndon Beverly Hicks Rodney Hicks David Hoffman Phillip Holt Betty House Michael House 57Teresa Hudson Phillip Huffman Jane Juday Joseph Juday Shirley Kinder Gary Linder Marilyn Lucas Anna Mae McQuitty Darrell McQuitty 58Raeann M.erritt David Middleton Robert Moore Fred Murphy Nancy Oakes Tom Pantos Frank Pa rente George Ray Dan Rayshich Larry Ritchie William Sant on David Schwachenwald Naomi Schvvear Betty Starkey Joanne Sullivan 59Lillian Sullivan Elvonna Tolle June Van Wagner 60Cooks, Janitors Look After Needs Cooks who prepare a hot lunch for our student body are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Thelma Lowder, Rachel Peeper, Rusha Hoppel, Charlotte Odom, Mary Way mire, Hazel Warner, Beverly Campbell, Dorothy Rudig, Wilma Parker, and Mildred Pantos, director. Custodians who keep our building clean and in excellent condition are, LEFT TO RIGHT, Malcolm Reynolds, Loretta Hinds, James Davis, Mary Poole, Allen Smith, and Gene Poole. 61INVOLVEMENTAdventure, Environmental Clubs Start Camping, canoeing, and hiking are just a few of the activities of the newly organized Adventure Club which has attracted many members. Mr. Vic Brown and Mr. House are in charge of this new group. Officers are Denny Pearson, president; Cindy Meyers, vice president; Marsha Brewer, secretary; Jan Pace, treasurer. They have had candy sales, bake sales, and hope to have a skating party. They also are sponsoring a boating safety course and a gun safety course. Adventure Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Penny Crable, Marsha Brewer, Denny Pearson, Jan Pace, Cindy Myers, Penny McPhearson, Becky Mason; SECOND ROW, Marion Sallee, Debbie Abney, Rhonda Herkless, Terry Sims, Valeri Brown, Lynn Copher, Debbie Trittipo, Dawn Perry, Ginger Barett, Mr. House; THIRD ROW, Debbie Roger, Jamie Beeman, Cheryl Loser, Tara Warner, Babette Abner, Carol Gerard, Debbie Fettig, Cheryl Brown, Cathy Talley, LeeAnn Turner, Debbie Beam, Cindy Holloway, Mr. Brown; FOURTH ROW, Bob Smith, Mike Kimmerling, Ann Metz, Patty Peting, Debra Wisner, Karen Regers, Molly Idelwine, Tina Bunch, Tim Keifer, Jim Gross, Denny Lyman, Jeff Compton. Environmental Club, one of the new clubs this year, has as its purpose to beautify the school and civic commun‘:y by cleaning up, painting id raking. They also give aid to all people who desire it. Their projects are planting trees, and helping the elderly. The members are all persons interested in improving school and community environment. Officers chosen by the club were Greg Wells, president; Randy Patton, vice-president; and Janie Short, secretary and treasurer. Sponsors of this club were Mr. Austin, Mr. Bomholt, and Mr. Phil Brown. Environmental Club members are pictured, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Rhonda Murray, Janie Short, Greg Wells, Randy Patton, Maura Montgomery; SECOND ROW, Floyd Crow, Lee Ann Turner, Steve Braddock, Paula McMahan, Sally Tharp, Teresa Wardwell; THIRD ROW, Lisa Lewis, Holly Lucas, Nick Ellis, Julie Sherman, Rick Anthony, Kathy Waymire; FOURTH ROW, Mr. Bomholt, Mr. Brown, Mr. Austin, sponsors.Students Meet Challenge The Debate Team had a very successful season during the 1973-1974 school year. This year the sponsor of the club was Mr. Thomas Austin. The team recorded victories against such schools as Howe Military School, Vincennes High School and Munster High. The team was even able to present and pass a legislative bill at the Purdue Student Legislative Assembly. Debate Team members are pictured left to right, FIRST ROW, Julie Wire, Lynn Copher, Maura Montgomery, Babette Abner; SECOND ROW, Cindy Barker, Mr. Austin, Miss Lucas, Jim Knopp, Phil Juday, Terry Tyner. Students interested in Academic Team tried out for membership March 7. The queries in competition cover all areas: art, music, current events, government, science and other important happenings. Those who tried out for the team were Alice Humel, Mary Hellmann, Bob Helm, Pat Crimans, Tom Long, Laura Seright, Kris Kiphart, Terry Tyner, Jamie Runyan, Debbie Gill and Cindy Barker. Mrs. Merritt and Mr. Compton are sponsors. 65Creative Art Students Add Junior Mike Walker decorates the office windows for Christmas, ABOVE LEFT. Members of the art class work with paper mache, ABOVE RIGHT. Mr. Middleton was a subject for contour drawing in basic art, BELOW. 66Color to School Decor The creative art students under the supervision of Mrs. McQuitty had many different art projects and activities throughout the year. Mrs. McQuitty started her advanced art students with a project called Celebration '73. These were tempera paintings done to celebrate the opening of the new high school. When the paintings were completed, the Student Council picked one which will be enlarged and painted on canvas for the school's hallways. Tammy Daulton's painting was selected to be done on canvas. The school's cafetorium displayed letterform boxes and action paintings at various times. A large hall display of paintings, drawings, ceramics, and sculptures was put in the hall for the Future Teachers of America Convention which was held in December. A giant-sized pair of plaster tennis shoes attracted the most attention of any display. At Christmas time, the art students decorated the windows and doorways around the school with paintings of the holiday season. A trip to the Indianapolis Museum of Art was planned in January. The classes seemed to be of interest to the many art students who worked in the art room during activity period on their individual projects as well as jobs for the school. Pam Barrett and Tim Swartz scrub wheat paste off their hands after an exciting period in art, BELOW LEFT. 67Band, Majorettes Give Fine Panther Band members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Bill Kessinger, Keith Goodnight; SECOND ROW, Debbie Beam, Amy Caldwell, Pat Alfrey, Dawn Lyman, Debbie Fanning, Toni a Conners, Patty Peting, Cheryl Brown, Brenda Brewer, Ronda Herkless, Molly Idlewine, Debbie Fettig, Joy Jackson; THIRD ROW, Jeff Weddell, Jeff Marley, Cheryl Stevens, Dawn Perry, Patty Lee, Barbara Farley, Ann Metz, Tammy Daulton, Jennifer Morgan, Becky Teachnor, Tracy Orbaugh, Jan Pace, Carol Wittcamper, Greg Fettig; FOURTH ROW, Roger Crowe, Joe Clouser, Kristie Weddell, Regina Gibson, Karen Huff, Lisa Brenner, Connie Allen, Kathy Tally, Marie Halting, Eddie Casas, Maura Montgomery, Kent Stafford; FIFTH ROW, Bob McMahan, Pam Massey, Terry Beeman, Rita Hughes, Diana McElfresh, Penny McPhearson, Marty Leavitt, Dana Dowler, Tim Smith, Dee Ann Daulton, John Moser, Gary Van Cleave, Mark Lip-pott, Jeff McDaniel; SIXTH ROW, Kevin Israel, Mark Burchett, Bill Davies, Dale Baldwin, Brian Caldwell, Ginger Barrett, Joe Ledford, Beverly Farley, Larry Browning, Tammy Plotner, Dave Williams, Lynn Copher, Steve Campbell, Gary McDaniel, Randy Moore; SEVENTH ROW, Denny Lyman, Mariana Kolias, Tom Long, Greg Werline, Mark Longerbone, Marcus Pierce, Geoff Harris, Rick Smith, Bret Conners, Eddie Blankinship, Chris Loepke; EIGHTH ROW, Edgar Spearman, Jim Gross, Roger Alfrey, Randy Patton, Rick Anthoney, Jeff Poe. Not Pictured, Tim Roby and Doug Green. This year’s mighty marching Panther band consists of one-hundred playing members, twenty-four majorettes, and pomerettes. The band was all set to begin the school year at a new school with something even more special--new band uniforms. Band members worked very hard selling candy and having fish fries to pay for the new uniforms that all of the people of Elwood Community should be proud of. According to some people from Anderson, our mighty Panthers are the ’’Sharpest band in Madison County.” Several activities in which the Panther band participated during the ’73-'74 school year were the Christmas convocation, the Christmas concert which was held downtown, and the annual variety show. This year’s variety show was called Chicago Spring. Director of the Panther Band is Frank Parente.Entertainment This Year! Majorettes are: FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Linda Scott, Brenda Cornwell, Judy Garner, Judy Wright, Margaret Noone, Penny Toney, Babbette Abner, SECOND ROW, Paula McMahon, Rae Ann Rebuck, Mary Ellen Kilgore, Valerie Brown, Kathy Robertson, Patty Noone, Linda Fanning, Marsha Brewer, Brenda Wilson, Vanessa Young, Sandie Gordon, THIRD ROW, Delores Robertson, Luketta Abernathy, Donna Fanning, Peggy Grace, Judy Waymire, Tammy Connors, Joy Brewer, Kim Hayes. LEFT TO RIGHT, Tina Reichart, feature twirler; Kathy Waymire, head majorette; Joni Weaver, feature twirier. One of the falshy units of the band this year is the pantherettes. This group includes one head majorette, Kathy Waymire; two features, Tina Reichart and Joni Weaver; assistant head majorette, Linda Scott; and seven pomerettes. The entire corp consists of twenty-nine majorettes and pomerettes, led by drum majors Bill Kessinger and Keith Goodnight, who are Mr. Parente's right hand men. They perform at the halftime of various ballgames, at the vareity show, and in parades. Twirling contests around the state also keep the girls busy. Majorettes are chosen by auditions for Mr. Parente and Mrs. Tudi Smith, according to their twirling ability. Some of the girls take private lessons, teach and belong to U.S.T.A. When performing, the Pomerettes carry pom poms and multicolor flags. The pantherette corp is instructed twice weekly by Mrs. Smith.Choir, Groove Band Give Choir members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Jerri Toni, Debbie Lewellen, Lee Ann French, Rhonda A rehart, Donna Boles, Kathy Groover, Jane Bayse, Stacy Sizelove, Cindy Smith; SECOND ROW, Julie Sherman, Pam Davis, Annette Whitaker, Sharon Lee, Cindy Brewer, Pam Sharp, Laura Robertson, Tammy Tyner, and Sally Tharp. This year's Singing Seniors are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Sharon Lee, Sally Tharp; SECOND ROW, Laura Robertson, Cindy Smith, Jane Bayse, accompanist; THIRD ROW, Pam Davis, Pam Sharp, Stacy Sizelove. This year for the first time the Choir was directed by Mr. Frank Parente. Because of the energy crisis the usual Christmas Concert was replaced by the band and choir’s performance in town. They also sang at the school Dedication and the Elks Memorial Service, gave a Spring Pop Concert and performed at the 1974 Variety Show. Singing Seniors, a vocal group, was formed to entertain various organizations in the community. These eight senior girls and their accompanist sang for the hospital staff, at various churches, and at the Jim Dandy. 70Sounds of '74 Groove Band members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Jim Gross, Bret Conners, Kristie Weddell, Kent Stafford, Roger Crowe, Joe Clouser, Amy Caldwell, Jennifier Morgan; SECOND ROW, Bill Davies, Mark Burchett, Brian Caldwell, Marty Leavitt, Larry Browning, Rick Anthoney; THIRD ROW, Chris Loepke, John Moser, Jeff Poe, Jeff McDaniel, Gary VanCleave, Edgar Spearman, Steve Campbell, and Gary McDaniel. Twenty-three of the band members devoted free time to the Groove Band this year. They entered a contest in February at Indianapolis and at Notre Dame in the spring. Music performed by this group deals strictly with big band styles, such as the basic Kenton and Don Ellis bands. Rock, jazz rock, blues and progressive music of today keep the band at a high level of performance. Band officers are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Kent Stafford, band manager; Dee Ann Daulton, libarian; Jeff McDaniel, lieutenant; SECOND ROW, Gary Van Cleave, uniform officer; Deloris Robinson, head pomerette; Linda Scott, assistant head majorette; Kathy Waymire, head majorette; Tom Long, band captain; Mr. Parente, director; Kristie Weddell, secretary; Keith Goodnight, drum major; THIRD ROW, Jeff Weddell, band historian; Steve Kiefer, band manager; Bill Kessinger, drum major. Not pictured is Chris loepke, band printer. 71Appreciation, Theory Give Basis of Music Students in Mr. Parente's Music Appreciation class listen to him with great enthusiasm. Music Appreciation is the study of music including music of the past, composers, arrangers, the ABC's of music, the basic fundamentals of music, music today, careers in music, music of the future and the direction in which music is headed in the future. The class studied all band and orchestra instruments and the forms and analysis in music. A new class offered second semester was music theory. This new class expands our music curriculum and deals in theories and basic fundamentals of music composition. A few mechanics studied in theory are clefs, key signatures, scales, chords, part writing, and other rules that pertain to music composition. Blues progressions, rock and jazz forms are introduced and studies so that the student of theory will be exposed to the music of today and the tools used in creating such. Mr. Frank Parente is director of the high school music department. Jeff McDaniel gives deep thought to his music theory as Dee Ann Daulton and Jeff Poe work on theirs. 72Band Activities Vary Band members are shown participating in one of the yells at a pep session. The band was a real threat to other classes for the spirit stick. The Panther Band (ABOVE) performs one of its many pre-game shows. Steve Keifer and Keith Goodnight (LEFT) act out one of the many skits given at Band Camp last summer. 73Crescent Staff Records First ABOVE; Christy Miller and Mary Hellmann work on stamping and sorting class pictures. This is a big job and takes a lot of time. LEFT; Co-editors Cassie Wilson and Julie Wire search through the guidebook from American Yearbook Company to find the format for editing and figuring copy for the Crescent. Crescent staff members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Linda Frye, Cassie Wilson, Mrs. Sullivan, Julie Wire, Christy Miller; SECOND ROW', Nola Gantz, Jeremy Updegraff, Marla Slayton, Kathy Strong, Cindy Smith, Kathy Long, Jeff W'eddell and Evelyn Prus. Not pictured are Mary Hellmann and Tom Simmons. 74Year in New Building This year's Crescent staff has a class which is one of the many English offerings. Mrs. Joanne Sullivan is sponsor and teacher of the yearbook class. You can always hear her saying, "Let me remind you students that next week is our deadline. Does anyone need a job?" The purpose of the class is to gather up all the news of the current school year, which is a real job, and put it together into a book to be presented to the student body, the faculty, and anyone else in the community interested in knowing what's happening at our school during the present year. Crescent photographers are LEFT TO RIGHT, Bill Davies, Kris McClelland, Jeff Weddell, Theresa Barrett, Jeremy Updegraff. BELOW LEFT; Sales and circulation managers, Evelyn Prus and Linda Frye, carefully count yearbook payments. BELOW RIGHT; Kathy Long and Cindy Smith work together on the intricate business of laying out a page. Kathy specialized in arranging pictures and Cindy concentrated her efforts on write-ups. 75Concession Club Serves School The Concession Club Is a service club which meets many different school needs. Several groups of the club are sent to conventions or debates as well as to buy needed items. The students working for the club get a small fee and also learn how to deal in public relations. At the end of the basketball season the group holds a banquet and enjoys reviewing the year’s experiences. This club sometimes gets very little attention because it is a small organization, but they serve our school well and deserve a lot of credit. Concession Club members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Rick McDaniel, George Bartlett, Tom Culbertson; SECOND ROW, Mr. Brown, sponsor; Steve Braddock, Mr. Austin, sponsor. Chess Club Displays Skills Chess Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Steve Green, Dave Pace, Kenny Bradley, Jerry Clingaman, Jamie Runyan, Steve Kiefer, Mark McDermit; SECOND ROW, Jon Gill, Bob Phillips, Spencer Knotts, Mr. Compton, sponsor; Pat Crimans, Roger Crowe, John Svendsen, and Fred Massie. The chess club met every Monday during activity period. They had tourneys and formed classes to teach others how to play chess. The club consists of about forty members. Their sponsor was Mr. Compton. 76Encourages Safe Driving Methods RIGHT: Jan Heiser prepares to show Mr. Hicks, Doug Green and Tod Conway the proper way to drive an automobile. Driver's Education class, taught by Mr. Hicks, is an elective which is offered during the regular school year and in summer school. Students enroll at the age of fifteen and have the privilege to get their licenses at the age of sixteen years, one month and one day. State requirements for driver education are that a student must have had six hours behind the wheel and seventy-two hours' classwork. Subjects that are covered in the classroom are traffic accidents, privilege to drive; keeping fit to drive; alcohol, drugs and driving; the laws we drive by; and enforcing traffic laws. Driving skills, which are practiced, are first, getting ready to drive, and then the basic skills. These are preparing to move the car; starting and stopping; steering; turns; city driving; country driving; highway driving; and learning to parallel park. This past winter some of the students were able to experience driving in the bad weather on snow and ice. The area automobile dealers provided the students with new and safe machines to learn to drive correctly and with care. LEFT: Bob Helm, Mary Sheedy. Joan Kleyla, and Kevin Hamilton observe the engine of a car while Mr. Hicks enjoys getting his picture taken. 77E-Men Strive for Sports Honors E-Mens Club members are pictured left to right, FIRST ROW, Mr. Bailey, Jill Hocker, Kevin Courtney, Mike Wilson, Mr. McQuitty; SECOND ROW, Mike Poor, John Burnette, Bruce Kaiser, John Jackson, Marty Robinson, Ron Lee, Sam Heiser, Rolland Patton; THIRD ROW, Dave Zeck, Dave Pace, Tom Hanlin, Jeff Robison, Ron Connor, Tod Conway, Marc Slayton, Jamie Runyan; FOURTH ROW, Fred Stage, Chuck Shawhan, Carl Caldwell, Pate Kane, Bruce Simmons, Phil Leisure, Tom Updike, Ted Tyner. E-men receive recognition at a pep session for earning their long-awaited "E" jackets. E-men is an organization for all boys who have earned a varsity letter in athletics and paid their dues. This year the boys had several activities to raise money for some new equipment for the school. Officers for the year were Kevin Courtney, president; Mike Wilson, vice-president; and Bill Hocker, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Bailey and Mr. McQuitty were club sponsors. 78F.C.A. Promotes Christian Way FCA members are pictured, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mr. Brown, Sam Heiser, Jeff Wittebort, Mr. Burton; SECOND ROW, Tom Updike, Phil Leisure, Jeff Robison, Dave Zeck; THIRD ROW, Ted Tyner, Jamie Runyan, John Pace, Keith Stiner. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes seeks to find ways to make athletes aware of God's presence and grace and then to share with others the challenge and adventure of following Christ. To raise money the group had a car wash and handled concession sales at underclass ballgames. Mr. Burton and Mr. Vic Brown are the sponsors, and officers are president, Ted Tyner; secretary, Phil Leisure; and treasurer, Jim Mock. Ted Tyner, president, and Phil Leisure, secretary, review the year's concession sale results.English Department Goes LEFT, To earn credits, Diana Richmond works as a library assistant for Mrs. Gren. BELOW LEFT, Cindy McPhearson, Yolanda Jaramillo, and Alan Stiner complete a home work assignment for Remedial Reading class. BELOW RIGHT, Junior Dennis Wilhelm prepares a projector for the Audio-Visual Department. 80to New Phase — Electives A variety of classes are offered by the English Department this year. The new phase-elective program allows upperclassmen to choose English classes they prefer. Freshmen still stick to the basic language and literature. Some selections offered this year are drama, sports special, mystery and suspense, yearbook publication, science fiction, SAT, and mythology classes. The sports special class stimulates students to read and discuss short stories, novels, poems and non-fic-tional accounts of various sports. Mystery and suspense class explored various elements of imagination in life and literature. The science fiction class studies science fiction in general, its history, its themes and its place in literature. The SAT-Vocabulary class prepares students for the Scholastic Aptitude Tests. ABOVE LEFT, Mrs. Hicks gives assistance to Dan Heiser in freshman English class. ABOVE RIGHT, Speech I is a good class for building self-confidence for public speaking. It is taught by Mr. Schwachemvald. BELOW LEFT, Remedial Reading is one of the new English classes offered this year.Classes, FBLA Prepare ABOVE LEFT, Joni Weaver practices to improve her efficiency in shorthand. ABOVE RIGHT, Penny McPhearson concentrates intently on a daily assignment in typing class. FBLA Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Teresa Barrett, Becky Hahn, Judy Garner, Brenda Cornwell; SECOND ROW, Gary McDaniels, Kathy Bilyeu, Karla Deck; THIRD ROW, Joni Weaver, Penny McPhearson, Becky Little, Cindy Riddle, Penny LeForce, Evelyn Prus; FOURTH ROW, Mr. Hoppel, Mrs. Juday, Ruth Cannon; FIFTH ROW, Patty Peting, Mark Burchette, Cindy Myers, Phil Juday, Miss Hellmann. 82Students for Business World The Future Business Leaders of America Club had its state convention at Ball State University with Candy Gootee winning a trophy and the Studebaker State Leadership Award. The state exhibit placed second under Jeff Marley's leadership. The members worked hard earning money through bake sales and selling Christmas cards. They also helped collect money for St. Jude's Hospital. Officers elected were president, Joni Weaver; vice president, Theresa Barrett; secretary, Brenda Cornwell; treasurer, Judy Garner; historian, Jeff Marley; and photographer-publicity, Gary McDaniels. The regional FBLA Conference, held in Chicago, trained new officers to better carry out their duties. ABOVE LEFT, General Business classes are taught by-Mr. Hoppel. Many students participate in this preparatory program. ABOVE LEFT, Julie Wire works efficiently in Vocational office machines. LEFT, Working diligently is Joni Weaver, who is specializing in the business course. 83French Club, Classes, Study BELOW: Miss Linda Buck listens to a French lesson by one of her students using the modem equipment in the new language lab. LEFT: French Club president, Babette Abner, sells a bottle of imported French perfume to member, Laura Seright. Money from this project was used for a French dinner. French Club members are Pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Laura Seright, Sheryl Wright, Babette Abner, Brian Legg, Rod Hudson; SECOND ROW, Cassie Wilson, Kathy Hughes, Cindy Barker, Jama Younce, Julie Wire, Tracy Slayton, Steve Keifer, Teresa Wardwell; THIRD ROW, Mrs. Ferguson, Sponsor, Steve Cotner, Diana Richmond, John Moser, Bill Davies, Brad Weddell, Rod Wilhelm; FOURTH ROW, Ron Conner, Jim Gough, Evelyn Prus, Linda Smith, Jeri Toney, Chris Piphart, Mary Heilman; FIFTH ROW, Chris Alfrey, Scott King, Jenny Morgan, Linda Fanning, Amy Caldwell, Pam Antle, Janet Bronson, Becky Teachnor; SIXTH ROW, Debbie Lewellen, Mark Lippott, Dana Dowler, Margaret Drake, Jodi Clouser, Pam Dudley, Jane Bayse; SEVENTH ROW, Sherry Julius, Becky Mc-Quitty, Tracy Fettig, Patty Noone, Judy Wright, Donna Fanning, Karen Huff, Beth Parker; EIGHTH ROW, Todd Gardner, LeeAnn French, Lisa Brenner, Brenda Brewer, Mary Ellen Kilgore, Ginger Barrett, Dawn Perry. 84Language, Sell Perfume, Travel Abroad Ten rewarding days in France and enroute were enjoyed by members of the French Ciub last spring. Spending three days in Paris and then touring the Riviera proved exciting and unusual for all who participated. This year’s officers were president, Babette Abner; vice-president, Sheryl Wright; secretary, Laura Seright; and treasurer, Dianna Huff. Tourists from Elwood are positively thrilled by the exciting scenery of the beautiful Because her husband was transferred to Washington, Mrs. Jean Ferguson, sponsor, left at the end of first semester. She was replaced by Miss Linda Buck. French countryside, ABOVE LEFT. The Chateau at Avion was one of the Medieval castles the group toured, ABOVE. John Burnett and Mindy Fihe are pictured on the overnight train to Avion, BELOW LEFT. A typical French street scene leading to 85P.E. Classes Learn Games, Skills "No, I didn't take your lunch money!" a Phys. Ed. student seems to be saying to assistant Diane Huff, ABOVE. A boys' class enjoys a morning basketball game, ABOVE RIGHT. Concentration is needed for a good balance beam performance, as demonstrated by Michele Burns, as Nancy Whitenack spots her, BELOW. Freshmen Pam Hughes, Lisa Brenner, Connie Allen, and Sheila Kaiser wait their turn to use the mats, RIGHT. Boys physical fitness programs include one semester of physical education and one of health. Physical education classes stress physical fitness, including running obstacle courses, wrestling, basketball, volleyball, and cage ball. New activities were swimming and tennis. Girls classes concentrate on three areas--physical fitness, lifetime sports skills, and improving body mechanics. A variety of team and individual sports are included. Activities are swimming, soccer, field hockey, flag football, archery, tennis, and track.Health Habits Improved by Study Mr. Bailey discusses a health film with his class, ABOVE. Girls take important notes on the basics of first aid, ABOVE RIGHT. Stacey Wallace helps Mrs. Watson display parts of the human body to a freshman health class, BELOW. The aims and objectives of health education are to inform students of community health problems. One major unit studied is mental health, which includes personal behavior, emotions, intelligence, personality of individuals who have trouble relating both socially, physically, and mentally. Much time is spent on the units of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs with emphasis placed upon the physical, mental, and emotional effects each of the commodities has upon the human anatomy. Police and lawyers inform the students as to legal aspects used when arrests are made and the emormous amounts of paper work involved with just one person's illegal actions. The health instructors. Miss Barbara Grothaus, Mrs. Betty Watson, Mr. Van Bailey, and Mr. Darrell McQuitty, hope that the practical use of their instruction is preparing our young adults to enter our community equipped with useful education.Society Honors Scholarship Members of National Honor Society are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Patty Monahan, Tom Long, Sally Tharp; vice-president, Bruce Kaiser; president, Sam Heiser; secretary, Cindy Barker, Jane Church, Brenda Abbott, Judy Bucci; SECOND ROW, Mrs. Gren, Pam Sharp, Pam Davies, Alice Humel, Diana Richmond, Nancy Ritten-house, Cassie Wilson, Kathy Hughes, Kathy McClelland, Mrs. Barr; THIRD ROW, Tom Juday, Mark McDermit, Mike Poor, Kevin Courtney, Randy Julius, Brad Stewart. Not Pictured, Mindy Fihe, Debbie Farley, and Debbie Crable. The Honor Society last spring installed twenty-seven new members. They selected Sam Heiser, president; Bruce Kaiser, vice-president; Cindy Barker, secretary; and Mindy Fihe, treasurer. The sponsors are Mrs. Barr, chairman; Mr. Herndon, Miss House, Mrs. Gren, Mr. Singleton, and Mr. Sullivan. The members are chosen for their scholastic honors and citizenship records. They must have a 3. 5 average in their semester grades. New members are chosen at the end of their junior year and are on probation until the end of the first semester of their senior year. ABOVE, Awards Day was the setting for the new members to be installed in their offices. LEFT, Every year a banquet is held in honor of the new members. 88I.A. Trains Future Craftsmen ABOVE, Mr. Juday explains the safety fundamentals to Richard Hershey, Jeff Cole, and Jim Nichols in beginning woods class. RIGHT, Jessie Arana and Craig Chris are welding two pieces together in welding class. BELOW, Ann Gillespie and lisa Lewis learn to use a band saw under the direction of Mr. Ray in home mechanics class. The Industrial Education Department gives training to the students who will become the craftsmen of tomorrow. Each year the department adds new machines to keep pace with the industry of today. Some Industrial Arts students change to vocational courses. The Industrial Education Department offers woods, printing, electricity, electronics, machine shop, drafting, blueprint reading, small engines, welding, industrial arts math and also a girls class in home mechanics. 89Journalism Classes This year journalism was divided into two different classes. There was a beginning class for those students who had never had any journalism and an advanced class for the student with one semester or more of journalism. The beginning classes studied the different skills in journalism such as learning to write stories, making good headlines, writing feature articles, covering news and sports events, and planning make-up. The advanced classes published the school newspaper, the Megaphone, which was distributed five times the second semester. ABOVE LEFT: Mrs. Sullivan lends aid to Patty Peting, Debbie Amos, and Robin Fleenor. ABOVE RIGHT: Regina Gibson and Kay Widmeyer arrange ad layouts for the Megaphone. LEFT: Heads for stories are prepared by Dinah Miller, Sheila Hargrave, Susan Way-mire, and Carolyn Frye. 90Produce School Newspaper Proofreading seems to be very enjoyable for Adrienne Etchison, Joan Kleyla, Donnetta Pattison and Cheryl Kaiser, LEFT. Jamie Beeman types a story with the assistance of Patty Peting, Joe Holts-claw and Phil Gerth, BELOW LEFT. While Debbie St Clair and Barbara Farley work on typing a story, Patti Barnes, Fred Massie and Laurie Long work on making up a page, BELOW RIGHT. 91Latin Club, Classes Study Latin Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Julie Brewer, Mike Monroe, Kevin Magers, Ellen Bond, Kathy Hughes, Eddie Cassas, Miss Wynant; SECOND ROW, Marina Kolias, Tracey Orbaugh, Vicki Miller, Lori Wood, Connie Allen, Joan Kleyla, Cathy Bond; THIRD ROW, Maura Montgomery, Chris Copeland, Cathy Talley, Cheryl Brown, Steve Dickey, Rick McDaniel, Julie Sherman, Lea Ann Turner, Dawn Lyman, Patty Lee; FOURTH ROW, Cindy Wilburn, Kevin Thompson, Jan Slocum, Jim Knoop, Kevin Hamilton, Kevin Kelley, Greg Wells, Cindy Holloway, Cecelia Kelich, Molly Idlewine, Vicki Gross. The Latin Club and classes had a busy year under the direction of Miss Wynant. Plans were made for a Roman Banquet and the annual Christmas party. Officers elected were Kathy Hughes and Mike Monroe, consuls; Ellen Bond, scriptor; and Kevin Majors, quaestor. 92Roman Cultural Ideas OPPOSITE PAGE, FAR LEFT: Latin students spend many hours in the well-equipped language lab perfecting their skills in pronunciation and translations. RIGHT PAGE, ABOVE LEFT: Mike Kim-merling, Julie Sherman, LeeAnn Turner, and Mike Monroe display their local club emblem which means "Just Between Us". The state organization is the Junior Classical League. ABOVE RIGHT: Members of Latin Club proudly wear the costume of early Rome, the traditional toga. BELOW LEFT: While traveling abroad last spring Miss Wynant viewed many types of Roman architecture, such as this Roman Aqueduct. 93Math Department Updates Program; Under the direction of Mr. Herndon the math department this year introduced several new programs in its curriculum. The senior math class worked on computors the week before Christmas vacation at the vocational building. Another change was the introduction of beginning algebra to the eighth grade. This will start a five-year math program in the future. The department also received some new equipment this year. They received new reference books and other books on math. Working with Mr. Herndon in math this year were Mr. Vic Brown, Mr. House, Mr. Burton, Mr. Ab-shire, and Mr. Compton. ABOVE, Randy Julius, Cindy Barker and Mike Poor work hard on their senior math problems. LEFT, Mr. Burton offers his help to Diana Bunch, Tammie Tyner and Nancy Conley. BELOW, The math conference room seems an ideal place to study for Randy Julius, Pat Crimans, and Dave Pace. 94Challenges Students ABOVE LEFT, These students have found that there are other activities involved in math class. ABOVE RIGHT, Pam Hughes concentrates on studying for a test. BELOW, Donna Boles finds that math class is easy with the teacher's book open in front of her. 95Narcotics Classes Explore Many Areas This year's narcotics classes under the direction of Mrs. Watson explored many areas. Students in the class are required to keep up-to-date on the materials concerning the effects of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs on the human body. This course is extemely important to the students of today as it explains the dangers of hard drugs. It reveals the dangers of abuse of alcohol and how it affects the mind and can injure the body. But students were also introduced to the good side of drugs which can be life-savers when used, not abused. Tammy Davis and Kathy Long prepare a bulletin board on alchol abuse, ABOVE LEFT . Mrs. Watson gives one of her classes up-to-date information about narcotics, BELOW. 96Student Council Stirs Interest Members of Student Council are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mr. Singleton, Sheila Hargrave, Laura Seright, Kathy Hughes, Cindy Barker, Nancy Robertson, Babette Abner, Jan Pace, Donna Boles; SECOND ROW, Cindy McQuitty, Jan Slocum, Peggy Beber, Michelle Melvin, Kristi McClelland, Jan Heiser, Diana Richmond, Margaret Noone, Christy Weddell; THIRD ROW, Mark Collis, Rod Murray, Randy Julius, Mark McDermitt, Patty Monahan, Tracie Slayton, Pat Beach, Terry Heflin, Steve Fihe; FOURTH ROW, Kevin Courtney, Keith Anderson, Dan Dennis, Mike Wilson, Ray Cook, Gary Bush, Phil Leisure; FIFTH ROW, Debbie Gregg, Rod VanBuskirk, Becky McQuitty, Rodney Wilhelm, Doug Green, Toby Barker, Steve Dickey; SIXTH ROW, Rod Hudson, Jamie Howat, George Tranbarger, Roger Smith, Lisa Brenner, Teresa Fettig, Joan Kleyla, Dinah Miller, Susan Waymire. After adjusting to the shorter meeting schedule during activity period, the Student Council began its activities with the Homecoming Dance, which was a huge success. Later during the year several of the representatives participated in the march for St. Jude's Children’s Hospital, collecting money for research in children's diseases. A committee from the Council helped select the directory board for the front lawn of the school. These are only a few of the activities Student Council planned and participated in. Led by president, Cindy Barker; vice president, Nancy Robertson; secretary, Kathy Hughes; and treasurer, Mindy Fihe; the Student Council had a very full year at the new school. 97Go Panther Team Members of the Panther Girls Pep Club are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Cricket Williams, Tracie Slayton, Sheryl Wright, Cindy Barker, Jan Heiser, Kathy McClelland; SECOND ROW, Dianna Huff, Adrienne Etchison, Margaret Drake, Cindy Myers, Sally Tharp, Lori Wood, Laurie Long, Cindy Piirto; THIRD ROW, Julie Brewer, Susan Watson, Sheryl Shipley, Diana Guffy, Debbie Trittipo, Cecelia Kelich, Ann Gillespie, Micky Noble, Dina Noble; FOURTH ROW, Cassie Leisure, Kathy Stewart, Julie Beeman, Becky Little, Carla Deck, Linda Smith, Linda Frye, Debbie Gill; FIFTH ROW, Jodi Clouser, Sheila Hargrave, Lew Rita Moore, Pam Dudley, Chris Kiphart, Jane Church, Judy Bucci, Diana Richmond, Teresa Ward-well; SIXTH ROYV, Janie Short, Janet Brunson, Tammy Tyner, Diana Bunch, Tammy Faulstich, Candy Hueston, Marina Pappas, Lori Hymen, Tammy French; SEVENTH ROW, Joy Brewer, Kathy Groover, Cindy Brewer, Brenda Vincent, Sheryl Pike, Evelyn Prus, Debbie McQuire, Debbie Whistler, Laura Seright; EIGHTH ROW, Cindy Wilburn, Teresa Taylor, Tara Warner, Carol Gerard, Kim Albers, Brenda Puter-baugh, Mary Hellmann, Shelly Davis; NINTH ROW, Amy Hose, Lisa Brenner, LeaAnn French, Brenda Brewer, Ellen Bond. This year's girls' pep club has a total of approximately sixty-five members. New pep club officers for the '73-'74 school year are president, Sally Tharp; vice-president, Cindy Meyers; secretary-treasurer, Lew Rita Moore; and sergeant-at-arms, Jodi Clouser. This year the pep club has light blue reversible shirts. With help from Mrs. Mc-Quitty, Mrs. Hicks, and Miss Lucas, our sponsors, we have been able to obtain fan buses for all of the away basketball games. The girls sold booster pins during football and basketball seasons to earn money. Together with the boys pep club, the girls held our annual sectional dance and auction. 98We’re Backin’ You Members of the boys Pep Club are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Ron Lee, Pat Kane, Mike Wilson, Danny Dennis, Chuck Davis, Fred Massie, Mike Mengelt; SECOND ROW, Spencer Knotts, Carl Caldwell, Stan Rennier, Ray Cook, Kenny Anderson, Dean Etchison, John Svendsen, Ed Albers; THIRD ROW, Ed McMinn, Nick Pappas, Jim Skillman, Todd Etchison, Tim Hemiak, Jeff Robison; FOURTH ROW, Ron Conner, Joe Holtsclaw, John Welcher, Phil Stewart, Bobbie French, Donnie Gamble; FIFTFI ROW, Mr. Compton, sponsor, Greg Wells, Roger Hughes, Kevin Kelly, and Ted Tyner. Thirty-five boys also provided a great amount of vocal support for our team. The boys all wore white t-shirts and blue jeans. Mr. Compton served as sponsor for the group. Officers are president, Mike Wilson; vice-president, Dan Dennis; secretary, Fred Massie; and treasurer, Roger Hughes. 99S.A.E. Aids Future Teachers Members of the Student Action for Education are pictured left to right, FIRST ROW, Mrs. Merritt, Mrs. Starkey, Joni Weaver, Diana Richmond, Cindy Wilburn, Dawn Lyman, Debbie Trittipoj SECOND ROW, Mrs. Barr Beverly Farley, Barbara Farley, Lisa McQuitty, Dina Noble, Jane Bayes, Amy Caldwell, Jenny Morgan, Patty Lee Miss Lucas; THIRD ROW, Becky Teachnor, Patty Peting, Beth Stewart, Ann Met?, Debbie Gill, Jane Church, Vickie Gross, Greg Wells, Janie Short. BELOW, S.A.E. members Cindy Wilburn, Joni Weaver, Diana Richmond, and sponsors Mrs. Merritt and Mrs. Barr get together to discuss plans for a party with installation of officers and new members. 100 Student Action for Education (SAE) has been known in the past as Future Teachers of America (FTA). This organization is for students interested in teaching or working with young people. SAE officers were Diana Richmond, president; Joni Weaver, vice president; and Cindy Wilburn, secretary-treasurer. December 1 a convention was held here and Cindy Wilburn was elected district historian, and Joni Weaver was chosen Miss SAE for the district. During the spring the students cadet taught to help build their skills.Thespians Produce Plays Thespian Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mr. Schwachenwald, Alice Hummel, Teresa Wardwell, Cindy Barker, Patty Monahan; SECOND ROW, Maura Montgomery, Rhonda Murray, Sally Tharp, Kathy Hughes, Tracie Slayton, Vanessa Young; THIRD ROW, Tim Swartz, Roger Alfrey, Holly Lucas, Kathy Waymire, Cindy PLirto, Cindy Myers; FOURTH ROW, Debbie Beam, Amy Caldwell, Lynn Cop-her, Tina Reichart, John Savage; FIFTH ROW, Margaret Kelly, Janie Short, Cindy Wilburn, Debbie Fanning, Carol Wittkamper. Thespian students enjoy producing plays and watching other dramatic groups perform. March 28 the group presented three one-act plays for the student body. They were "The Lottery, " "Life Guards" and "Only Man On the Jury. " A field trip to Taylor University to see "The Glass Menagerie" and an awards banquet were spring activities. Officers were Teresa Wardwell, president; Cindy Barker, vice president; Patty Monahan, secretary; Alice Humel, treasurer; and Mindy Fihe, point recorder. Mr. Schwachenwald was the sponsor. Senior Mindy Fihe applies theatrical make-up to Terry Tyner while he rehearses his lines.Science Department Grows With Our Science Department is greatly enhanced this year by all the additional facilities of the new building. With the new equipment, lab work is much easier and more efficient. With plans to grow even more in the future, the department has a wide variety of science courses to choose from. Academic courses offered are biology for sophomores and chemistry for juniors. Then there is physics, which deals with the physical aspects of light as opposed to chemical in matter, objects, sounds, and forces in orbit. Physical Science is a greatly broadened physics course. It also deals with energy, matter, forces, weather, and geology. Earth Science a new course added this year, is offered to freshmen and sophomores. The major areas in earth science are geology, meteorology, weather, oceanography, and astronomy. With this new course a student can have four years of science. LEFT, Steve Campbell and Terry Tyner work on their chemistry lab. RIGHT, Margaret Noone watches patiently for Tara Warner to get the burner lit. 102New Facilities, Classes ABOVE, Mr. Abshire's physical science class fills in the next couple of assignments in their lab books. LEFT, Scott Thomas gets a brighter look on the subject by adjusting the light mirror. BELOW, Terry Cress and Kristi McClelland watch Mr. Santon discover a new organism. 103Social Studies Include Six teachers compose our fine Social Studies Department. Under the direction of Mr. Phil Brown, department head, Mr. Austin, Mr. Bomholt, Mr. Hoffman, Mrs. Merritt and Miss Wynant instruct a variety of classes including sociology, psychology, civics, geography, United States history, economics, and world history. Geography classes had special projects with guest speakers. They also went to an original restaurant. A few seniors from the civics and sociology classes visited the State Youth Legislature in Indianapolis. In sociology they also had several guest speakers, ranging from people talking about family planning to Deputy Sheriff Aaron Perkins speaking on organized crime. Government classes had speakers presenting government today including Representative Richard Dellinger. Economics classes visited the Security Band. Speakers enlarging the scope of psychology classes included Jerry Brand and Mrs. Mullins, both of whom are social workers. United States history classes took an historical trip while classes found themselves able to talk with Representative Elwood Ilillis and other Congressional members in Washington by means of a jack phone. Mrs. Merritt makes a point, as Cindy Piirto checks it in her textbook, during a class in United States history, ABOVE LEFT. Joni Weave , Carolyn Abplanalp, Dee Ann Daulton, Jo Ann Horn and Roger Gregg listen with interest to one of Mr. Austin's lectures, LEFT.Speakers, Projects, Trips Miss Wynant offers aid to Jim Skillman with an assignment in World History, ABOVE. Special research projects require a trip to the library. Mark Beeman and Jim Walker are shown studying diligently as Dick Smith looks for material, BELOW LEFT. Mr. Austin oversees the writing of United States history reports by Mike Wilson and Carolyn Abplanalp. 105Spanish Club Sells Booster Badges Spanish Club members LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mr. Compton; sponsor, Debbie Trittipo, Tina Reichart, Sheila Hargrave, Jane Church, Beatriz Troya, Keith Anderson, Mark McDermitt, Mike Poor, Randy Julius, Tom Long, Pat Crimmans, Kevin Fewell; SECOND ROW, Tomacita Sandoval, Lisa Lewis, Debbie Gill, Beth Stewart, Dina Noble, Julie Warner, Debbie Beach, Pam Massey, Cheryl Stevens, Dean Massey, Don Etchison, Dennis Wilhelm, Chuck Shawhan, Spencer Knotts; THIRD ROW, Penny McPhearson, Debbie Beam, Lisa McQuitty, Beverly Farley, Ann Metz, Tina Bunch, Todd Conway, Kenny Green, Toby Barker, Jamie Runyan, John Pace, Mark Slayton, Doug Leaver; FOURTH ROW, Tonya Conners, Valeri Brown, Penny LeForce, Cindy Myers, Carol Gerald, Teresa Taylor, Carloyn Alplanap, Mary Bannon, Bob Helm, Tom Updike, Kevin Isreal, Brad McQuitty, Terry Cress, Jim Younce; FIFTH ROW, Butch Riley, Brian Caldwell, Dan Heiser, Brian Gerth, Roger Smith, Tim Keifer, Kevin Frye, Steve Dennis, Joe Holtzclaw, Carl Hobbs, Tracy Campbell, Rick Plue, Tim Hanlin, Fred Massey; SIXTH ROW, Lynn Copher, Sheryl Pike, Krista Cloud, Shelia Kaiser, Stacy Wallace, Vince Hughes, Steve Boyer, Gary Anderson, John Savage, Paul Tompkins, Mark Longerbone, Ed McMinn, John Welcher, SEVENTH ROW, Julie Dillon, Jack Collier, Donetta Pattison, Michelle Melvin, Cheryl Kaiser, Sue Scott, Dinah Miller, Adrienne Etchison, Susan Waymire, Sally Tharp, Kenny Bradley, Jerry Clingaman. Spanish Club had another active school year with Mr. James Compton as its sponsor. They had their Mexican Dinner at the Old Antonio Restaurant in Noblesville. They celebrated Christmas with the breaking of the pinata at a party in the Armory. Plans made by the club included a Cuban Meal in the spring and a trip to Molaza and Madrid, Spain, the first week in June. The Spanish Club sold booster badges and candy to raise money for the trip. They also went to out-of-town basketball games, forming their own cheer block. Spanish Club officers were president, Jane Church; vice-president, Keith Anderson; secretary, Sheila Hargrave; and treasurer, Kathy Cole. All Spanish classes have access to the language lab. The first and second year classes basically learn vocabulary and grammar applications. Third and fourth year practice speech and the use of more Spanish. They write Christmas cards and read newspapers and books in Spanish. Spanish Club and classes have more members than any other foreign language organization in our school.for Planned Trip to Spain Spanish club members Lisa McQuitty, Beverly Farley, Debbie Beam, Lisa Lewis, Dina Noble, Beth Stewart, Beatriz Troya and Jane Church display their sombrero pinata made for the Spanish Club Christmas party, ABOVE. Mr. Compton prepares for another session with his second year students. 107V.A.M. Students Train for VAM I Auto Mechanics morning class is pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW. Jim Milnes, Nick Nance, Dwight Gross, Mike Hughes; SECOND ROW, Jeff Clark, Dan McClintick, Tim Hibst, Terry Wilkinson, Jesse Arana; THIRD ROW, Mr. Murphy, instructor, Jeff Etchison, Dale Baldwin, Dallas McCord, David Baldwin Craig Chris, Jim Walker. VAM II Auto Mechanics afternoon class is pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Joe Harrison, Scott Hughes Bruce Sanders, Bill Hudson, Mr. Murphy, instructor; SECOND ROW, Kevin Holloway, David Dcckard, Larry ' Barnes, Ron Bott, Steve Webb, Mike Martin; THIRD ROW, Randy Barnett, Tim W'alker, Kevin Thompson, Leo Reoder, Mike Brewer, Bobby Childers, Richard Shephard. 108Positions in Automotive Field Mr. Rayshich VAM Class is pictured, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Brad Stewart, Jerry Sentman, Jeff Courtney, Larry Coffman, Terry Beeman; SECOND ROW, Mike Giselbach, Terry Johnson, Paul Fuller, Keith Steiner, Mike Collis, Mr. Rayshich; THIRD ROW, Scott Chase, Jim Brenner, Gary Edwards, John Saxton, Lee Svendsen, Eric Jones, Gerald May, and Dale West. The Vocational Auto Mechanics program at Mid-Central-Area Vocational School is a two-year program for junior, senior and postsecondary students. The program is supported by local, state and federal funds. Students from Elwood, Frankton, Tipton, Madison-Grant and Alexandria are enrolled in the program. Students of the Auto Mechanics program begin with basic hand tools and safety instruction. They learn how to use safely the hand tools of the trade. They then progress through each phase of the automobile. At the end of the two year program the student should be capable of successfully holding a position in automotive field. Officers of the morning class are Jeff Etchison, president; Jim Milnes, vice president; Dallas McCord, treasurer; Mike Hughes, secretary; Dan McClintock, parliamentarian; Mike Nance, reporter; and Tim Hibst, chaplain. Afternoon class officers are Larry Burns, president; Scott Huss, vice president; Joe Harrison, treasurer; Kevin Hover, secretary; Leo Roesler, parliamentarian; Richard Shepard, reporter; Mr. Fred Murphy, advisor. Tim Hibst and Steve Webb hoist the engine of a car to check for any defects.Building Trades Classes The Building Trades program is designed for those students who are interested in construction occupations. It is operated as a pre-apprentice program to give the students an opportunity to gain manipulative and knowledgeable skills that are related to the construction field. The students spend three hours a day in the program. Approximately one hour a day is spent in classroom activities and two hours a day in laboratory experiences. The class uses a house as the lab for most of its experiences. The students do most all the work on the house and it is sold to cover all of the expenses. Students need prerequisite classes in drafting, blueprint reading, and laboratory wood classes. The Building Trades Program is set up for four semesters and students usually take the class during their junior and senior years. Job placement service is part of the benefits of the program. Afternoon Building Trades pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Rod Cunningham, Randy Hobbs, Phil Pike, Mike Bond; SECOND ROW, Mike Nichols, Larry Richardson, Harold Lewis, Jeff Idlewine, Terry Vanbriggle, Kevin Ebert, Barney Cole; THIRD ROW, Ron Richardson, Gary Fry, Bob Parsons, Jeff Little, Jerry Sharp, Dan Colton, Tim Montgomery, and Mr. Watson, instructor. Morning Building Trades pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, on the opposite page, FIRST ROW, Carl Brinker, Danny Kelley, Phillip Frazee, Monte McCorkle, Greg Werline, Leslie Brown, John Frye; SECOND ROW, Curt Harrison, Randy Cawthorn, Mark Ebert, Mr. Juday, instructor, Chuck Ploughe, Terry Bright, Mike McPhearson, Duane Spooner. RIGHT: Jeff Idlewine and Jerry Sharp are shown here fastening drywall to the garage of Mr. Huffman's house. 110Construct Community HomesD.E. Students Learn Principles of Senior DECA Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Ray Wood, Diane McElfresh, Susie Hollowell, Rhonda Murray, Jennifer Jones, Marty Robison, Debbie Fisher; SECOND ROW, Melinda Howell, Mary Parker, Bonnie Lytle, Pam Davies, Danny Karch, Jeff Robinson, Dennis Hood, Tammy Davis; THIRD ROW, Kim Deever, Marie Harting, Todd Etchison, Jeff Marley, Terry Rogers, Jon Leeson, Tom Hartley, Margaret Kelly, Mr. Linder. LEFT, Jeff Marley shows neckties to a customer at Falveys where he is employed in the D.E. work program. In the Distributive Education class students learn the principles of our free enterprise system. Students compete in many areas of marketing, give sales demonstrations, do window displays, have job interviews, and complete manuals. Through D. E., students obtain jobs and are able to work during school time. Officers for the 1973-74 school year were senior group, president, Rhonda Murray; vice-president, Terry Rogers; secretary, Bonnie Lytle; treasurer, Debbie Fisher; parliamentarian, Tom Hartly; and historian, Margaret Kelly. Juniors officers were president, Jude Bourff; vice-president, Dan Dennis, secretary, Trina Bryan; treasurer, Patty Noel; parliamentarian. Chuck Davis; and historians, Vickie Tolbert and Robin Duffey.Free Enterprise System Junior DEC A Club members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Rhonda Wilburn, Vickie Tolbert, Trina Bryan, Dawn Loepke, Dan Dennis, Chuck Davis; SECOND ROW, Pat Kane, Candy Parker, Debbie Maish, Roxanna Jones, Nancy Conley, Jeri Beach, Vicki Hancock, Mike Mengelt; THIRD ROW, Rhonda Mort, Vanna Slate, Chris Alfrey, Terry Wallace, Brenda Mason, Mr. Linder. Not Pictured, Jude Bourff. LEFT, Vickie Hancock and Jerri Beach gain practice for running a cash register in a mock supermarket. BELOW, Vanna Slate, Dawn Leopke, Rhonda Wilburn and Nancy Conley set up a display for training in window decorating. 113Electronics Class Prepares for Future Electronics class members are FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Ron Call, Rick Adair, Steve Chandler, Denver Frazee, Steve Horine, Kevin Poor; SECOND ROW, John Gill, and Mr. Faust. Rockey Ebbert, Dave Waymire, Tim Coston, Steve Green, The electronics class prepares students for a future vocation in the electronics industry. Under the direction of Mr. Faust the students learn about electronics symbols and electronic circuits from appliances brought to the class for repairs by people in the community. Class members also belong to V.I.C.A. Officers of the class are Dave Waymire, president; Rick Adair, vice president; Steve Chandler, secretary-treasurer; and Denver Frazee, chaplain. Mr. Faust gives John Clary valuable points in electronics. 114ICT: On-the-Job Training I.C.T. officers SEATED are: Peggy Dunnichay, Secretary; Teresa Ward-well, Reporter; Kathy McDaniel, Vice-President; Terry Hancher, Treasurer; STANDING: Kim Ritter, Chaplain; Sally Tharp, President; Steve Scott, Parliamentarian. Industrial Cooperative Traning (I.C.T.) is a vocational educational program for high school youth integrating on-the-job training provided by employers, backed by technical and general related studies in the classroom. Through the I.C.T. program, public education is utilizing community resources to the fullest extent in the training of our school youth. The students involved in the Industrial Cooperation Training program are learning a useful occupation from actual job experience. This work experience makes easier the transition from school to full-time employment. 197S-74 I.C.T. members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW, Margie Galbreath, Peggy Dunnichay, Sara Hobbs, Julie McElfresh, Sally Tharp, Kathy McDaniel; SECOND ROW, David Cline, Bill Copeland, Christy Miller, Mary Jo Thornberry, Linda Jarrell, Malinda Anderson, Shirley Brown, Teresa Ward well, Terry Hancher, Roger Hughes; THIRD ROW, Kim Ritter, Steve Scott, Gary Moore, jim Haulk, David Stout, Steve Freeman, Terry Sherman, Bob Gilliam, Roger Gregg, Terry Heflin, Garry Harris, Mr. Pantos. 115FHA, Home Economics Prepares The homemaking courses are so designed to prepare girls and boys for a future life in the home. Class work includes studies from books, and actual participation in duties necessary to establish a happy and healthful family environment. Classes include vocational food service, a work related course, family living for both senior boys and girls; both beginning and advanced foods and clothing; home nursing, interior design and housing; interpersonal relations, consumer education and child development. Students who were members of the Vocational Foods class are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Tomacita Sandoval, Debbie Burton; SECONE ROW, Mary Fisher, Lisa Davis, Lisa Smith; THIRD ROW, Becky Miller, Brenda Riddle, Jeanne Schwalm, Diana Bright, and Mrs. Tolle. Housing or Interior Decorations is a one-semester course offering to upperclassmen. The class is divided into five units, housing, selecting a home, social and personal values; space needs for livability; family income related to housing costs; home financing; buying a home; kitchen and laundry arrangements; and heating, cooling, wiring, and plumbing. A third unit consists of decorating the home with art color, window treatment, furniture styles, and lighting. Unit four includes consumer buying of labor saving equipment, floor coverings, bedding, and linens, dinnerware and furniture and sleep equipment. The fifth consists of maintaining and improving a home including maintenance, general home repairs and home improvements. Steve Fihe, John Jackson, Pat Beach, and Bob Drake display their talents in the culinary arts. Child care is offered as a one-semester class. The major areas of learning that the course is divided into are as follows: preparing for the baby, how the child grows, playing companions and family, and the problems of growing up. Children at various times are brought into the class and are used as models in many demonstrations. Some of these demonstrations used are bathing, dressing self, play, feeding, and toy selections. 116Students for the World of Homemaking Future Homemakers of America are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mrs. Tolle, Cathy Singer, Brenda Riddle, Teresa Barrett, Joyce Thornberry, Becky Miller, Brenda Vinson, Mrs. Schwear; SECOND ROW, Julia Dowler, Evelyn Prus, Bobbie Singer, Micky Noble, Sandy Whetsel, Debbie Whisler, Mary Sheaty, Cindy Robertson, Debbie Singer, Tammy Plotner; THIRD ROW, Cindy Smith, Vanessa Young, Margaret Noone, Debbie Ball, Patty Barnes, Anna Medcalf, Cindy Brewer, Cindy Myers, Karen Longnecker, Debbie McQuire, Luketta Abernathy. The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization for Home Economics students. The goal of FHA is to help improve family and community living. Officers are president, Becky Miller; vice president, Theresa Barrett; secretary, Brenda Riddle; and treasurer, Brenda Vinson. Others are public relations, Margaret Noone; reporter, Evelyn Prus; project chairman, Joyce Thornberry; historians, Julie Dowler, and Vanessa Young; recreational leader, Cathy Singer; and chapter mother, Mrs. H. R. Miller, Advisers are Mrs. Tolle and Mrs. Schwear. Margaret Noone and Vanessa Young work together to construct clothes. 117VMS Encourages Machine-Tool Career Vocational Machine Shop students practice good work habits and machinery skills valuable to one who plans to continue a machine-tool career, ABOVE. Sophomore Brock Cyphers, BELOW, mans the drill press with a watchful eye. Vocational Machine Shop is a two-year program organized to progressively develop the skills and knowledge required for a successful career in the machine-tool industry. It is designed to prepare students who intend to pursue such a career. The machine-tool field is an ever expanding field encompassing from simple machine-tool operation to complex and sophisticated machines, such as numerically controlled machines and electrical-discharge machines. Using actual industrial-type machinery, tools, and precision measuring equipment, the students acquire the skills, knowledge, and good work habits which are essential for successfully entering the world of work. VMS is a combination of classroom learning experiences and shop work. In the classroom the student learns mathematics as applied to the machine trades, technical information related to machines and their operation, and safety. In the shop, the student learns through "hands-on" experience by doing machine operations, projects, maintenance and repair work. Senior Bob Gilliam, BELOW, demonstrates a steady hand when running the lathe. 118Print Class Has Many Facilities Members of the Printing Class are Pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mr. Pantos, Lynne Eisenbrand, Roger Hughes, Mike Tracy, Gary Ice, Bill Tracy; SECOND ROW, Chris Loepke, Steve Braddock, Jeff Leavitt, Fred Stage, Rick Adair, Dale Roe; THIRD ROW, Joe Clouser, Kenny Call, Terry Wadholm, Pat Beach, Jeff Riley, John Burnette, Brian Conners; FOURTH ROW, Scott Chase, Steve Scott, Ron Connors, Dave Stout, Kevin Holloway, Larry Barnes, Larry Dietzer, Bruce Sanders. The Industrial Arts print shop has evolved from a limited hand-set type print shop to a very modern shop. Many new facets of the printing industry are offered to the students interested in graphic arts. Students in printing classes take units that cover hand-set type, making rubber stamps, printing silk screens, operating composing machines, working on process cameras, setting-up and operating offset presses, and a number of other related tasks found in the printing industry. Students who were members of the Machine Shop class are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Tom McCullough, Rick Silvey, Mike Carmody; SECOND ROW, Scott Chase, Paul Courtney, Randy Jones, Tim Her-niak, Duane Hodson; THIRD ROW, Tim Barker, Mike Combs, Mike Mitchell, Maurice Richardson, Jeff Riley, Mr. Williams. 119D.P.,O.E.A. Train Students "Don't shoot me; I'm only the keypunch player, " says Tom Hanlin. The Office Education Association (OEA) had members Mr. Holt puts cards in the sorter to be separated, ABOVE. Tom Hanlin and Holly Lucas display their trophies won at the OEA regional contests. Holly earned a third place in verbal communications and Tom placed second in accounting. from data processing taught by Mr. Holt and Miss Hanson. OEA officers for the 1973-74 school year were Ronnie Mitchell, president; Randy Moore, vice-president; Tom Culbertson, secretary-treasurer; Bobbie Taylor, historian; and Curt Wilhoite, parliamentarian; in the morning class. Tom Hanlin, president; Frank Steffler, vice-president; Holly Lucas, secretary-treasurer; Pam Davis, historian; and Nancy Rittenhouse, parliamentarian; were the afternoon class officers. 120for Computer Operations Date Processing is a two-year course open to juniors and seniors. A student enrolls in this class for three hours a day. In the first year the students expand their knowledge of unit record equipment, keypunching, computer operation, and programming. In the second year the class is designed to give the students advanced training and experience in machine operation and programming. The last semester is centered around Members of the Data Processing class are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Frank • u nurprnpnf Steffler, Nancy Rittenhouse, Pam Davis, Holly Lucas, Tom Hanlin; SECOND ROW, 1 a Sharon Lee, Donna Cooper, Luke Gerth, Chris Rittenhouse, Stacey Sizelove; THIRD for the Students. ROW, Miss Hanson, Tom Culbertson, Barry Wilkinson, Dennis Wilhelm, Mr. Holt. LEFT: John Manis feeds information into the key punch. BELOW: Tom Culbertson and Terry Wilkinson go over information which comes out of the computer. s 121OEA, VST-VCT Enter The Office Education Association (OEA) at Mid-Central Area Vocational School had members from the VST-VCT Office Laboratory and also the Shorthand I class. Miss Nancy Oakes, Teacher Coordinator of the lab, was the OEA sponsor. Twenty-three junior and senior girls constituted total membership in the youth organization. OEA Officers for the 1973-74 school year were elected in September, and were Mary Hook, president; Mary Jaramillo, vice-president; Tonya Lynas, secretary; Nancy Robertson, treasurer; Debbie Crable, historian reporter, and Pat Doke, parliamentarian. Fund raising projects for the organization consisted of bake sales, candle sales, tootsie-roll bank sales, and an auction in the spring. At Christmas donations from members of the club were used to purchase educational games for two classes at Washington Elementary School. OEA regional contest was held at Pendleton High School with twenty members entering competition in cluster and noncluster contests. Winners continued to the state contest held in the Hilton Hotel in Indianapolis. National contest was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in April. VST and OEA members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Beatriz Troya, Mary Jaramillo, Brenda Beber, Brenda Corn-well; SECOND ROW, Judy Gardner, Kathy Mason, Tonya Lynas, Nancy Robertson, Miss Oakes, teacher; THIRD ROW, Mary Hook, Pat Doke, Joni Weaver, Twyla North-cutt, Anita Fisher, Linda Scott, Brenda Abbott. ABOVE LEFT: In secretarial training Senior Beatriz Troya demonstrates the various uses of the Flexowriter. 122State-Wide Contest Vocational Secretarial and Vocational Clerical classes at Mid-Central Area Vocational School operates under the objective of preparing students for gainful employment in the business world. The classes provides the students with intensive office training in office production, procedures and management. The girls concentrate their efforts through rotations from station to station within the office. These activities included work on company projects, management control and production stations. Direct work experience is received as the girls work as telephone receptionists at the high school and receptionist in the director's office at Mid-Central. In addition to the tremendous work load handled within the class, the girls completed work for businesses and organizations in Elwood such as the Methodist Church, Dasco, Salvation Army, Mercy Hospital and Eastern Star. During the second semester the girls were given an opportunity to be employed by local Elwood businesses for half days. As part of their related learning experiences, the lab enjoyed guest speakers from law offices. Others were Judge Sharp, Madison County Sheriff John Gunter, and hair stylist, Rick Webb. Early in the year the class participated in a field trip to Blue Cross-Blue Shield in Indianapolis. OEA Regional Winners are Nancy Robertson, sixth in verbal communication; Tonya Lynas, fourth in job application and fourth in general clerical, FRONT ROW. Elaine Spooner, fifth place in typing II; Debbie Crable, third in typing; Twyla Northcutt, fifth in verbal communication, ABOVE LEFT. Senior Linda Scott gives special attention to a typing assignment, ABOVE RIGHT. Beatriz Troya, Mary Hook and Brenda Abbott work amid typewriters, calculators and other office machines, RIGHT. 123P.V.E. Practices Assembly Work FVE students are pictured left to right, FIRST ROW, Pete Idlewine, Brad Alexander, Ronnie Sutton, Jim Campbell David Althen; SECOND ROW, Danny Horseman, Bill Carter, Ester Shuler, Lester Shuler, Greg Anderson, Mr. Kinder, instructor. Not pictured: James Ferguson. Pre-employment Vocational Education is basically a cooperative program between participating industries and the P.V.E. class of Mid-Central Area Vocational School. The class members receive machining, fabricating, and assembly work experience using the materials furnished. Some machinery is furnished by the industrial concern when special machinery is required or when additional machinery for a specific job is needed. For the most part, machinery is furnished by Mid-Central Vocational and adapted to the job requirement. In addition to learning manipulative skills, all levels of management functions and procedures are presented and discussed in classroom situations. Union organization and representation is also presented and discussed. These factors of manufacturing enlighten the students on responsibilities, expectations, and requirements of both the employer and employee. It is hoped that student habit formation and growth will then be directed toward development of responsible employees. The P.V.E. class has a 100 per cent V.I.C.A. membership and officers are elected each semester. First semester officers were John Wisman, president; Pete Idlewine, vice-president; David Eliserio, secretary; Brian Abbott, treasurer; Ester Shuler, reporter; James Ferguson, parliamentarian. Second semester officers listed respectively are Randy Bevelhimer, Ron Sutton, Pete Idlewine, Dave Altherr, Lester Shuler, and Ester Shuler. When students reach an acceptable level of job performance they are transferred to I.C.T. programs. Other students may return to regular academic programs. Jim Ferguson uses the saw to shorten dow rods LEFT. P.V.E. class members finish the rods by putting on the last bolts, RIGHT. 124VICA Advances in Trade Fields No, the letters V - 1 - C - A do not stand for Vicious Individuals Corrupting America. They stand for Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. Students in this club are training in such fields as auto mechanics, drafting, electronics, nursing, and various other trade, industrial, technical, and health occupations. VICA has developed programs designed to meet the needs of young people living in a time when skill and motivation are essential to success. This organization was actually started in 1965 and has become the fastest growing vocational student organization in the free world today. One of the many motivational activities through the years has been the competitive activities program. In 1973 VICA initiated the U.S. Skill Olympics Competition which gained the recognition from industry throughout the nation. This year the World Skill Olympics Committee and President Nixon himselp selected VICA as the official U. S. Sponsoring organization. Our own local VICA club has participated in the state elections and Combined Leadership Conference and will be competing in the Skill Olympics. They also keep very busy with their own local activities and fund raisers. State officers are LEFT TO RIGHT, Sally Tharp, state president of V . I .C . A Mike Jackson, state secretary of the Future Farmers of America; and John Saxton, state vice president of V .I.C .A . FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Sally Tharp, president of the Elwood I .C .T .-V . I .C .A Larry Barnes, president of the afternoon Vocational Auto Mechanics club; Classie Wilson, president of I.C .T . night class; SECOND ROW, Dave Waymire, president of the Vocational Electronics club; Jim Milnes, vice president of the afternoon Vocational Auto Mechanics club; Jesse Arana, president of the Vocational Machine Shop; and Phil Pike, president of the Vocational Building Trades club. 125SPORTSPanthers Return to Winning 1973 Varsity Football team members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Billy Hooker, Tim Hibst, Bruce Simmons, Mike Tracy, Mike Wilson, Kevin Frye, manager Steve Green; SECOND ROW, Coach Hocker, Chuck Shaw-han, Ray Cook, Jamie Runyan, Jude Bourff, Marc Slayton, Pat Kane, manager Billy Carter; THIRD ROW, Coach Vic Brown, Terry Cress, Tom Hanlin, Bruce Kaiser, Dave Pace, John Jackson, Don Mock, Greg Tam, manager Tracey Campbell; FOURTH ROW, Coach Van Bailey, Scott Chase, Mike Goins, Rolland Patton, Ted Tyner, Keith Anderson, Kevin Courtney, Allen Smith, and manager Jeff Green. Elwood's mighty Panther gridmen had their first winning season in nine years finishing third in conference play 6-4. Outstanding linemen for the team were John Jackson, Ray Cook and Rolland Patton. Leading halfbacks were Tony Pierce, Ron Conner and Kevin Courtney with Jamie Runyan, Mike Tracy, Mike Wilson Goens, and Marc Slayton as top defensive men. Graduating senior lettermen, first in the new school, are Dave Pace, Ron Conner, Tim Hibst, Tom Hanlin, John Jackson, Kevin Courtney, Bill Hocker, Ted Tyner, Mike Tracy, Scott Chase, Bruce Kaiser and Tony Pierce. Ron Conner was chosen for the All-Madison County football team. Tony Pierce racked up most yardage for Elwood, and Kevin Courtney received all-state honorable mention. John Jackson was picked for the conference first team. In the Peru game October 19 Pat Kane kicked one of Elwood's first field goals in several years to win the game 10-8.LEFT, Ray Cook (61) receives handoff and charges through Peru Tiger's defense. ABOVE LEFT, Kevin Courtney (88) Elwood quarterback attempts to gain yardage towards a touchdown. ABOVE RIGHT, Head Coach Bill Hoc-ker intently watches his men. BELOW RIGHT, Pat Kane (67) sends Peru a defeat by air mail. 129JV 2-4-1, Frosh 3-3; Junior Varsity football team members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mark Collis, Denver Frazee, Carl Hobbs, Terry Cress, Toby Barker, Jude Bourff, Ross Rodriquez, Jim Kelich; SECOND ROW, manager Bill Carter, Pat Kane, Jim Younce, Mike Collis, Kenny Call, Duane Hodson, Dale Heflin, Steve Boyer, Harry Alberts, Kenny Green, manager Tracy Campbell; THIRD ROW, Chuck Shawhan, Kevin Hamilton, Kevin Smith, Larry Dietzer, John Manis, Don Etchison, Brian Ball, Kevin Frye, Greg Tam, and Coach Bailey. Junior Varsity quarterback Greg Tam (19) runs around for valuable yardage against Muncie South. Kevin Smith is shown throwing a block for Tam's run. Elwood’s junior varsity football squad had a rough season this year with a record of 2-4-1. Their biggest win was over Mis-sissinewa. 38-0. They also topped Huntington 16-12 and tied the Tipton Blue Devils 6-6. Other teams on the schedule were Peru, No-blesville, Muncie South, and Pendleton. Terry Cress and Kevin Smith led in touchdowns. Keith Anderson led in pass receptions and touchdown passing. Kevin Frye was the biggest ground gainer. Most defensive battles were led by Ross Rodriquez and Larry Dietzer. 130Have Satisfactory Seasons Freshman football team members are LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Ebe Cotton, Rod Murray, Jeff Carpenter, Tim Nichols, George Tranbarger, Brad Waddell, Rod Vanbuskirk, Tim Keifer, manager Doyle Payne; SECOND ROW, Sam Stone, Tom Reese, Doug Boyer, Dan Heiser, Art Dudley, Brian Legg, Mark Taylor, Tim Kelich, Rick Stewart; THIRD ROW, Phil Juday, Jim Davis, Terry Simmons, Mack Gardner, Ervin Bastin, Jeff McQuitty, David Riser, manager Jeff Compton, and Coach McQuitty. This year's freshmen team was coached by Mr. McQuitty. The team had some outstanding boys. Leading the team on offense were Rod Murray, Rod Van Buskirk and Jeff Carpenter. Boys who were standouts in defense were Mack Gardner, Ervin Bustin, Jeff McQuitty, Tim Kelich, Rod Murray and Rod Van Buskirk. The freshman team this year really did a fine job. The season started well with a victory over Alexandria. The freshman gridders produced a satisfactory season with three wins and three losses. All team members received one-half point toward their E-men status. Freshman halfback Brad Weddell runs through the Peru Tiger defense carrying his would-be tackier. 131E.H.S. Wrestlers Have Wir 1973-74 Wrestling Team is pictured FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Kenny Green, Mike Walker, Bob Helm, Sam Heiser, Don Groover, Todd Conwell; SECOND ROW, Jamie Runyan, Brian Ball, Pat Crimans, Scott Chase, Jeff Leavitt; THIRD ROW, Ron Lee, Monte McCorkle, Rick Bayne, Danny Pearson, Art Dudley, Mark Collis; FOURTH ROW, Brian Gerth, Jerry Foor, Bob McMinn, Dave Riser, Rod Leisure, James Gough, Tom Reese; FIFTH ROW, Danny Price, Jim Kelich, Tim Goens, Dan Heiser, Don Ritter, Phil Juday, Ross Rodriquez, Terry Simmons, .Mr. Leavitt. The referee signals the winner, Sam Heiser, over Frankton's Nance after one of the season's most controversial matches, LEFT. Jamie Runyan maneuvers a Noblesville wrestler in the heavyweight division, BELOW. 132ning Season; Attend Regional Plagued with injuries throughout the season the Elwood wrestlers still turned in an outstanding record, 6 wins and 3 losses. Elwood defeated Alex, Clinton Prairie, Madison-Grant, Frankton, Northwestern, and Tipton, but lost matches with Peru, Hamilton Heights, and Noblesville. The Elwood wrestlers, Heiser, and Runyan, had fine turnouts in the tourna- • ments. Heiser placed first in the Madison County tourney, first in CIC (his third consecutive CIC championship), second in the Tipton tourney, and second in the sectional. Heiser and Runyan both advanced to the regionals at New Castle but were defeated in the first round. Sam Heiser was voted the team's most outstanding wrestler award for the second straight year. Teammates rush to give a pat on the back to Monte McCorkle after an exhausting pin for Elwood, ABOVE. Coaches Brown and Leavitt intently watch the Elwood grapplers, BELOW. Fellow wrestlers, Sam Heiser and Bob Helm, congratulate Pat Crimans as he comes off the mat with a victory, RIGHT. 133Panthers Finish Season Varsity team members are ABOVE LEFT TO RIGHT: Fred Stage, Bruce Simmons, Bruce Kaiser, Kevin Courtney, Alan Smith, Mr. McQuitty, Mike Poor, Jude Bourff, Phil Leisure, Brad McQuitty, Chuck Snowhan, John Burnette. BELOW RIGHT: Kevin Courtney (45) raises his rebound average by pulling down another big one as Bruce Kaiser (25) readies to aid him. 134 Finishing the regular season with a 9-11 record the Panther varsity basketball team downed such teams as Pendleton, Mississinewa, Muncie Burris, Noblesville, Taylor, Tipton, Hamilton Heights and Madison Grant. The team dropped contests with Muncie South, Huntington, Kokomo Hayworth, Madison Heights, Marion, Alexandria, Blackford, Wabash, Peru, and Highland. Holiday tourney play resulted in a win over Brazil and a loss to Lebanon. InC.I.C. competition the Panthers racked up two wins against five losses. Friday night, March 1, the mighty Panthers traveled to the Marion sectional to play the Marion Giants. The team lost to the Giants by a score of 88-70. Marion went on to become the 1974 sectional champions. Seniors playing their last season for Elwood were John Burnette, Paul Fuller, Bruce Kaiser, Mike Poor, Fred Stage and Kevin Courtney, who was co-captain for this year as well as the 1972-73 season. High scorers for the basketball team were Phil Leisure, who scored 361 points for an 18.1 average per game, and Kevin Courtney with 354 points for a 17.7 average. Leisure's high scores were 31 points against Noblesville and 30 against Pendleton. Courtney's top scores were 28 against Pendleton and Mississinewa and 27 against Muncie South. Jeff Green as head manager and student trainer gave invaluable help this year to the team. Jeff was assisted by senior Steve Green.With 9-11 Record ABOVE LEFT: Bruce Simmons battles Burris player for the ball. ABOVE RIGHT: Fred Stage drives hard on the line to make two points despite being heavily guarded. BELOW LEFT: Phil Leisure (21) makes a valiant try for the ball. BELOW RIGHT: "Stay away, buddy, this is my ball" as Bruce Kaiser signals the Mississinewa player to stay away. 135J.V. Gains Experience Members of the junior varsity basketball team are pictured left to right, FIRST ROW, Coach Bailey, Mike Wright, Kurt Backer, Terry Cress, Tim Hanlin, Chuck Shawhan; SECOND ROW, Doug Boyer, Doug Green, Keith Anderson, Gerry Anderson, Tim Garner, Greg Tam, Mike Goens, Brad McQuitty. Elwood Junior Varsity Scoring Elwood 48 Pendleton Opponent 42 SO Muncie South 53 43 Mississi newa 52 23 Huntington 35 30 Hayworth 49 37 Madison Hts. 51 50 Burris 35 60 Marion 71 41 Alexandria 43 50 Noblesville 43 SO Blackford 58 35 T aylor 51 44 Tipton 42 58 Hamilton Hts. 45 47 Highland 56 65 Wabash 63 60 Madison Grant 55 40 Peru 56 Coach Van Bailey's junior varsity squad had a season record of 7-11, winning over Pendleton, Muncie Burris, Noblesville, Tipton, Hamilton Heights, Wabash and Madison Grant. The squad lost to Muncie South, Mississinewa, Huntington, Kokomo Hayworth, Madison Heights, Marion, Alexandria, Blackford, Taylor, Highland and Peru. Brad McQuitty led the team with a scoring average of 12.4 Chuck Shawhan was second with an 11.9 mark for the season. 136Frosh Support Fine Season Members of the Freshman basketball team are pictured, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW, Keith Wood, Roger Smith, Terry Eaton, Rod VanBuskirk, Jim Skillman; SECOND ROW, Coach Hicks, Sam Stone, Rod Murray, Mack Gardner, Rod Wilhelm, Kevin Frye, Ebe Cotton, Jim Nichols. Not pictured were Dan Updegrade, Jeff Carpenter, Ervin Bastin, and Mike Conwell. With a record of nine wins and four losses the freshman basketball team finished a good season. They won contests against Tipton, Mississinewa, Wes-Del, Wabash and Blackford. Elwood Freshman "A" Team Scoring Elwood Oppoi 48 Tipton 27 37 Mississinewa 35 34 A nd. So. Side 48 42 Alexandria 40 56 Wes Del 30 33 Mad. Grant 42 68 Ham. Heights 67 43 Mad. Heights 56 46 Blackford Co. 45 53 Pendleton Hts. 52 In the Tipton tourney, the team won against Alexandria, but lost the championship game to Hamilton Heights. The freshman B-team squad won seven and lost one for a winning season. They defeated Tipton, Mississinewa, Alexandria, Madison-Grant, Blackford, Pendleton Heights and Wabash. Roger Smith was leading scorer for the first team followed by Kevin Frye and Ebe Cotton, B-team top scorers were Keith Wood, Jeff Carpenter, Terry Eaton and Rod Murray. 137Cheerleaders, Managers, Encourage ABOVE, Varsity cheerleaders are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, Tracie Slayton, Sheryl Wright, Jan Heiser, Cricket Williams, Kathy McClelland. BELOW, Junior varsity 1973-74 cheerleaders are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, Adrienne Etchison, Margaret Drake, Diana Huff, Laurie Long, Lori Wood, Cindy Piirto, junior varsity Polly Panther. 138 ABOVE, This year's varsity Polly Panther is Cindy Barker. During the summer the cheerleaders attended Vincennes University. They competed in the Madison County Fair where they won first place in the senior division. Freshman won first place in the junior division. Sheryl Wright was named Miss Madison County cheerleader. The squads competed at the Tipton County Fair where the varsity received first place. Other contests were the State Fair where the junior varsity placed eighth out of eighty squads. This year's varsity cheerleaders are Sheryl Wright, captain; Kathy McClelland, Tracie Slayton, Cricket Williams, Jan Heiser and Kay Widmeyer. Polly Panther is Cindy Barker. Junior varsity cheerleaders are Margaret Drake, captain; Diana Huff, Lori Wood, Lauri Long, Adrienne Etchison and junior varsity Polly Panther, Cindy Piirto. Freshmen cheerleaders are Lee Ann French, Lisa Brenner, Brenda Brewer and Ellen Bond. Freshman Polly is Kim Landrum.School Spirit, Aid Coaches ABOVE, Freshmen cheerleaders for 1973-74 are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, Ellen Bond, Lee Ann French, Kim Landrum, Lisa Brenner, Brenda Brewer Important participants in any athletic competition are the managers. They perform numerous jobs such as the taping of players, maintaining equipment, taking care of pre-game and practice uniforms. Their duties also include keeping track of all the statistics for a game. Of course, their main job is to take care of the players during the game. The head manager of coordinator of this program is Jeff Green. BELOW, Student managers are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Rod Hudson, David Kane, Steve Dennis, Tim Keifer; SECOND ROW, Jeff Green, Tom Updike, Tim Roby, and Mark Longerbone. BELOW, Student trainer Jeff Green tapes up a players' foot. 139G.A.A. Provides Recreation, Develops, G.A.A. members are pictured LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Mrs. Van Wagner, sponsor, Tammy French, Cricket Williams, Sheryl Wright, Jan Heiser, Cindy Barker, Julie Warren, Ann Metz, Tonya Connors, Diana Bunch, Tammy Tyner; SECOND ROW, Julie Dowler, Tammy Connors, Carol Gerard, Kathy McClelland, Tracy Slayton, Cindy Piirto, Debbie Brown, Kathy Hughes, Terry Sims, Tina Bund, Cindy Mason; THIRD ROW, Kay Stafford, Julie Dillon, Susan Way mire, Dinah Miller, Lisa Kestler, Debbie Abney, Debbie Rogers, Jamie Beeman, Sherry Hyman, Teresa Taylor, Cindy McCorkle; FOURTH ROW, Terry McCormick, Rhonda Mort, Lori Wood, Laura Seright, Margaret Drake, Jodi Clouser, Babette Abner, Carolyn Abplanalp, Jan Pace, Tata Warner, Kathy Groover; FIFTH ROW, Debbie Gregg, Candy Houston, Cheryl Kaiser, Lori Long, Peggy Beeber, Adrienne Etchison, Kristi McClelland, Sue Scott, Michelle Melvin, Debbie Fettig, Lori Hyman; SIXTH ROW, Bev Parker, Karen Huff, Lee Ann French, Lisa Brenner, Ellen Bond, Brenda Brewer, Kim Landrum, Mary Ellen Kilgore, Patty Noone, Sheila Kaiser, Cindy Myers. 140Skills in Many Sports The Girls Athletic Association had eighty members this year with Mrs. Van Wagner as sponsor. They showed their skills in volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, powder-puff football, and bowling. GAA staged a bowling tournament in which one of the teams scored a total of 118 for a win. They lost the tourney by 193 pins. Each spring the girls participate in a father-daughter sport night. The girls track schedule started April 17 against Frankton. All events ended with the track sectional May 14. Girls interscholastic sports, a different club from GAA, held eight volleyball matches ending with a 3-5 total. In basketball the girls had a 5-2 record. OPPOSITE PAGE, FAR LEFT, Kay Widmeyer gains speed in her effort in the long jump event. IF FT, Tammy French hopes for a little pin action at the other end of the lane. RIGHT PAGE, LEFT, Jan Heiser displays her vaulting talent on the horse. ABOVE, Sheryl Wright watches teammate Sheryl Kaiser as she finishes out the bump-set-spike sequence. 141'73 Track Squad Undefeated, C.I.C. See Fred. See Fred run. See Fred run away with first place. Elwood's 1973 track team, coached by Mr. Van Bailey, had a perfect season of eleven wins and no losses. They won the CIC and came in first at the Pendleton Relays. CIC most valuable player award went to Andy Durm. He also received the Inner Club Award. The CAC club winner was Dave Clary, with the freshman award going to Kevin Smith. Setting new records were Bill Hocker in the pole vault and the 880 relay, Dave Clary in the mile and the two mile, Ed Gillespie in the high jump, Andy Durm in the high hurdles, and Kevin Courtney in the long jump, triple jump, and the discus. This year's junior varsity squad had a tough season with five wins and four losses. They beat Wabash, Burris, Alexandria, Mississinewa, and Highland. Freshman ended their season with two wins, three losses, and defeated Alexandria and Lapel. They placed third in the Elwood relays and fourth in the Tipton relays. Varsity ami junior varsity track team members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Chuck Shawhan, Bruce Simmons, Fred Stage, Dave Clary, Andy Durm, StanRennier, Bill Tracy, Tim Herniak, mgr. Steve Green; SECOND ROW, Ed Gillispie, John Burnette, Dave Pace, Ron Shaw, Tony Pierce, Mike Collis, Ron Conner, Don Mock, Ron Lee; THIRD ROW, Coach Hocker, Coach House, Mike Poor, Brad Stewart, Kevin Kelly, Bill Hocker, Kevin Courtney, Dave Stout, Coach Van Bailey; FOURTH ROW, Jeff Green, John Pace, Randy Robinson, John Saxton, Duane Hodson, Ted Tyner, Fred Massie, Ray Wood, Fred Alder, and Dave Zech.Champs, Frosh Improve Skills 1973 Freshman track team members are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Tony Edgell, Kevin Head, Toby Barker, Rolland Patton, Jamie Runyan, Ross Rodriquez, Greg Tam; SECOND ROW, Kevin Israel, Doug Green, Mark Collis, Mike Goins, Marc Slayton, Tom Updike, Terry Cress; THIRD ROW, Coach Vic Brown, Kevin Hamilton, Kevin Smith, Dick Smith, Duane Elsworth, Tim Roby, Bill Carter, Coach Phil Huffman. BELOW: Andy Durm, senior varsity track team member, speeds to first place in the low hurdles. Elwood also takes second and third place as Stan Renier and Randy Robinson race in behind Durm. Andy was voted CIC most valuable track man. LEFT: "I'd hate to be a tightrope walker!" This could be one of Tony Pierce's thoughts as he practices the pole vault. Pierce vaulted to be a height of 13'. 143C.c. Finishes Seventh in CIC Elwood's varsity tennis team had a record of three wins and nine losses. Of seventeen boys only three were seniors, Kevin Fewell, Sam Heiser, and Mike Poor. Three juniors, Kurt Backer, Mike Walker, and Matt Davis; four sophomores, Bill Creech, Mark Beeman, Mike Green, and Bob Helm; and freshmen, Danny Upde-graff, Terry Eaton, Mike Johns, Danny Pearson, Jim Skillman and Scott Thomas, completed the team which placed third in C. I. C. conference. The '73 Tennis Team is FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Mike Johns, Jim Skillman, Terry Eaton, Mike Green, Danny Pearson, Kurt Backer; SECOND ROW, Mike Walker, Bob Helm, John Savage, Bill Creech, Scott Thomas, Coach Hicks. New Coach Leads Netmen The ’73 Cross Country Team is FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT, Mike Wright, Dave Zeck, Ron Lee, Dick Smith, Tim Cotner; SECOND ROW, Tom Updike, Wayne Phillips, Brad McQuitty, Kevin Kelly, Kevin Israel, Coach Burton. The cross country team opened its season with twelfth place at the Pike Invitational. The Panthers placed third against Mt. Vernon and Highland, defeated Peru, and lost to Blackford. The team was fourth at Burris and seventh at the CIC meet and finished nineteenth in the sectional. Dave Zeck was outstanding cross country athlete. Earning one point were Dave Zeck, Ron Lee, Kevin Israel, Dick Smith, Tom Updike, Mike Wright, and Wayne Phillips. Kevin Kelly, Tim Cotner and Brad McQuitty gained one-half point.Baseball Prospers With New Coach The 1973 baseball team is pictured ABOVE LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Coach Schwachenwald, Matt Davis, pFhWrlVZ’ Mike Tracey, Andy Durm, Randy Robison, Bob Savage, Kenny Riegel, manager Bob Weaver; SECOND ROW, Kevin Courtney, Bruce Sanders, Bruce Simmons, Bruce Kaiser, Paul Fuller, Phil Leisure, Kurt Backer, Stan Rennier, Ray Cook, manager Paul Thompkins, Dan Dennis and Tim Giselbach. Elwood's 1973 diamondmen had ten wins and eight losses finishing second in conference play with four wins and three losses. Rick Tomplin led the batters with .455 and .304 in the conference while Kevin Courtney hit five homers. Phil Leisure was 6-1 and Bruce Kaiser 2-2 in pitching. Jam :m Senior Paul Fuller warms up his pitching arm before a big home game.’73 Best Golf Season Yet Pictured above are members of the 1973 golf team. They are, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Tom Hanlin, Greg Linsmeyer, Thad Wright, Joe Himburg; SECOND ROW, Tim Coiner, Kenny Green, John Mams; THIRD ROW, Bob Helm, Carl Hobbs, and Coach Burton. Coach Jerry Burton's varsity golf team finished the 1973 golf season with a record of twelve wins and five losses. The reserve team completed the season with seven wins, four losses, and one tie. Varsity boys who earned a full point this past season were Joe Himburg, Greg Linsmeyer, Thad Wright, Tom Hanlin, Tim Hanlin, and Carl Hobbs. Boys earning one-half point credit were John Manis, Tim Cotner, Bob Helm, and Kenny Green. The varsity placed second in C. I. C. play. The golfers came in sixteenth in the Culver invitational, seventh in the East-brook invitational and thirteenth in the sectional. 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Delco Remy O.i.fion ol Mote' • Aramo I'OtJ" 165C on gratulat ion s to the Class of '74 Schwitzer Service Center Industrial Products Group Economy Service Station 19th South A Elwood, Indiana Congratulations to the Class of '74 East Side Marathon State Road 28 East 552-9024 Congratulations to the Class of '74 166 Reid’s Studio 1801 University Muncie, Indiana Weddings Portraits Yearbook Photography Congratulations to the Class of '74 Gregg Alignment Service Complete Brake Service Front End Rebuilding 1800 South D Street 552-9418 Blair Florist St. Road 28 East 552-3523 1545 So. "B" Street Congratulations Elwood, Indiana the Class of '74 James (Jim) Cole Mgr. Reg Pharm. Jackley-Landrum Funeral Home Terry Cook Merle’s Texaco Across From Jr. High School Asst. Mgr. Reg. Pharm. 552-9047 Elwood, Ind. Roger’s Union 76 Your major Discounter Highway 37 13 Elwood, Ind. Best Wishes to Class of '74 EMKA Machine Co., Inc. G iarit Cify the more for your 200 North 3rd 552-3972 moneysworth store Elwood, Indiana Grant Plaza Chase Motors 517 North Anderson ; Elwood, Indiana Highway 37 "P" St. Elwood 167Best Wishes to the Class of '74 Mangas Cafeteria 1436 Main St. 552-2525 These Community Friends Give Support to ECH Students Local 1671, Fire Fighters Association Beber's Lock Safe and Key Shop Sears, Roebuck Company Elwood Athletic Club Grinnell's Toys Hair Styling at .its best Plaza Barber Shop 168 Mercy HospitalELECTRICITY... [UJ©II what you MMMD what you INDIANA MICHIGAN ----ELECTRIC COMPANY------- Congratulations to the Class of '74 Skate Arena 19th N.J. St. Elwood, Ind. 552-9337 Skating is a family recreation Compliments to the Class of '74 Burke Pharmacy Gas Makes the Big Difference Central Indiana Gas Co. 552-7328 169Index Abbott, Brenda J. p. 35, 88, 122, 123 Abbott, Brenda K. p. 24 Abbott, Brian p. 18 Abbott, Michael p. 24 Abernathy, Luketta p. 24, 69, 117 Abner, Babette p. 30, 65, 69, 84, 85, 97, 140 Abner, Jill p. 18 Abney, Debbie p. 24, 140 Abplanalp, Carolyn p. 30, 104, 105, 106 Abshire, Mr. Robert p. 94 Acres, David L. p. 35 Adair, Rick L. p. 35, 114 Adams, Kathy p. 24 Albers, Harry p. 30, 99, 138, 142 Albers, Kim p. 30, 98 Aldridge, Richard p. 18 Alexander, Bradley p. 124 Alfrey, Christopher p. 30, 84, 113 Alfrey, Patricia p. 18, 68 Alfrey, Roger p. 24, 68, 101 Allen, Connie p. 18, 68, 86, 92 Alley, Ronna p. 24 Altherr, David p. 18, 124 Altherr, Robert p. 24 Amick, Randall p. 24 Amos, Debra p. 24, 90 Amos, Patricia p. 18 Anderson, Gerald K. p. 30, 128, 97, 106, 136 Anderson, Gerry p. 24, 106, 136 Anderson, Kenneth p. 99 Anderson, Malinda p. 35, 115 Anderson, Tim p. 18 Anthony, Rick p. 24, 68 , 71 Antle, Pam p. 24 Arana, Ismael p. 35, 89, 108, 125 Arehart, Rhonda p. 24, 70 Arehart, Ron p. 35 Arehart, Sheila p. 18 Arnold, Douglas p. 24 Austin, Mr. Tom p. 65, 76, 104, 105 Backer, Kurt p. 30, 136, 144, 145 Bailey, Mr. Van p. 28, 78, 87, 138, 142, 136 Baldwin, Cathryn p. 18 Baldwin, Dale p. 30, 68, 108 Baldwin, David C. p. 36, 108 Ball, Brian p. 24, 132, 138 Ball, Debbie p. 24, 117 Bannon, Lavone p. 24 Bannon, Mary p. 30, 106 Bannon, Naomi p. 18 Barker, Dianne p. 18 Barker, Lucinda p. 5, 12, 15, 35, 36, 65, 84, 88, 94, 97, 98, 101, 138, 140 Barker, Toby p. 25, 97, 106, 138 Barnes, Larry p. 36, 108, 119, 125 Barnes, Patricia p. 36, 91, 117 Barr, Mrs. Charlotte p. 88, 100 Barrett, Ginger p. 18, 68, 84 Barrett, Pamela p. 30, 67 Barrett, Theresa p. 25, 75, 82, 117 Bartlett, George p. 36, 76 Bartlett, Robert p. 18 Bastin, Erwin p. 18, 131 Baugher, Brian p. 25 Baugher, Lisa p. 36 Bayne, Ricky p. 25 Bayse, Jane p. 25, 70, 84, 100 Beach, Jerri p. 30, 113 Beach, Patrick p. 36, 97, 116, 119 Beam, Deborah p. 25, 68, 101, 106 Beber, Brenda p. 36, 122 Beber, Peggy p. 24, 25, 97 Beber, William p. 18 Beckley, Laurinda p. 25 Beeman, David p. 36 Beeman, Jamie p. 25, 91, 140 Beeman, Julia p. 25, 98 Beeman, Kurtis p. 18 Beeman, Mark p. 25, 150 Beeman, Terry p. 30, 68, 109 Benefield, Ronald Benefield, Theresa p. 36 Bennett, Linda p. 25 Berg, Kenneth p. 25 Bilyeu, Kathy p. 25, 82 Blankenship, Eddie p. 18, 68 Blockson, David p. 18 Boles, Donna p. 18, 70, 95, 97 Bomersback, Joan p. 36 Bond, Catherine p. 30, 92 Bond, Ellen, p. 18, 92, 98, 139 Bond, Michael p. 30, 110 Bourff, Jude p. 30, 128, 134, 138 Boyer, Douglass p. 18, 131, 136 Boyer, Lee Ann p. 18 Boyer, Stephen p. 25, 106, 138 Boyland, Ronald J. p. 18 Bradley, Kenneth p. 30, 76, 106 Braddock, Phillip S. p. 36, 76, 119 Bray, Mike p. 18 Brenner, Lisa p. 18, 68, 84, 86, 97, 98, 139 Brewer, Brenda p. 18, 68, 84, 98, 138 Brewer, Cynthia p. 25, 70, 98, 117 Brewer, Joy p. 18, 69, 98 Brewer, Julia p. 25, 92, 98 Brewer, Marsha p. 18, 69 Bridges, Mrs. Iris p. 55 Bright, Diana p. 36, 116 Brown, Cheryl p. 18, 68, 92 Brown, Deborah p. 18, 140 Brown, Kenny p. 25 Brown, Leslie p. 31, 110 Brown, Mr. Phil p. 76 Brown, Phillip p. 19 Brown, Shirley p. 36, 115 Brown, Valeri p. 25, 69, 106 Brown, Mr. Victor p. 79, 94, 128, 133 Browning, Larry p. 19, 68, 71 Bryan, Trina p. 31, 113 Brunson, Janet p. 25, 98 Bucci, John p. 25 Bucci, Judy p. 36, 88, 98 Bucci, Michael p. 25 Buck, Miss Linda p. 84, 85 Bunch, Diana p. 25, 94, 98, 140 Bunch, Tina p. 19, 106 Burchette, Mark p. 31, 68, 71, 82 Burnette, John p. 37, 78, 85, 119, 134, 142 Burns, Michele p. 25, 86 Burns, Pamela p. 31 Burton, Deloris p. 37, 116 Burton, Mr. Gerald p. 79, 94, 144, 146 Bush, Gary p. 11, 31, 97 Butler, Diana p. 25 Caldwell, Amy p. 25, 68, 71, 84, 100, 101 Caldwell, Brian p. 19, 68, 71, 106 Caldwell, Carl p. 30, 31, 78, 99 Call, Kenneth p. 31, 119, 138 Call, Ronald p. 31, 114 Campbell, Deborah p. 37 Campbell, Jim p. 124 Campbell, Roger p. 19 Campbell, Stephen p. 31, 68, 71, 102 Campbell, Theresa p. 19 Campbell, Tracey p.. 25, 106, 138 Cannon, Joseph p. 19Cannon, Ruth p. 25, 82 Carmody, Michael p. 37, 119 Carpenter, Jeff p. 19, 131 Carroll, Jimmy p. 25 Carroll, Peggy p. 19 Carter, Billy p. 25, 124, 128, 138 Casas, Eduardo p. 19, 68, 92 Casas, Isabell p. 37 Chase, Scott p. 37, 106, 109, 119, 128, 132 Chriss, Craig p. 31, 89, 108 Church, Jane p. 35, 37, 88, 98, 100, 106 Clark, Bennett p. 19 Clary, John p. 25 Cleaver, Margaret p. 25 Cline, David p. 115 Clingaman, Jerry p. 31, 76, 106 Cloud, Krista p. 25, 106 Clouser, Jodi p. 31, 84, 98, 140 Clouser, Joseph p. 31, 68, 71, 119 Coffman, Larry p. 109, 125 Cole, Barney p. 110 Cole, Mary Beth p. 19 Cole, Jeff p. 19, 89 Cole, June p. 31 Cole, Katherine p. 31 Collier, Elizabeth p. 19 Collier, John p. 25, 106 Collier, Richard p. 19 Collins, Randy p. 37 Collis, Mark p. 25, 97, 132, 138 Collis, Michael p. 31, 109, 138, 142 Compton, Mr. James p. 76, 94, 99, 106 Compton, Jeffrey p. 19, 131 Conley, Nancy p. 31, 94, 113 Connor, Ronald p. 37, 78, 84, 99, 119, 142 Connor, Tamara p. 19, 69, 140 Connors, Bret p. 31, 68, 71 Connors, Brian p. 24, 25, 119 Connors, Tonia p. 25, 68, 106, 140 Conway, Tod p. 25, 77, 78, 106, 132 Conwell, Michael p. 19 Conwell, Thomas p. 19 Cook, Ray p. 31, 97 , 99, 128, 129, 145 Cook, Mel p. 19 Cooper, Donna p. 31, 121 Coots, Billy p. 25 Copeland, Christi p. 24, 25, 92 Copeland, William p. 31, 115 Copher, Lynn p. 25, 65, 68, 101, 106 Cornwell, Brenda p. 31, 69, 82, 122 Coston, Timothy p. 31, 114 Cotner, Steven p. 25, 84 Cotner, Timothy p. 31, 144, 146 Cotton, Elbert p. 19, 131, 137 Coubert, Carmelita p. 19 Coubert, Robert p. 19 Courtney, Mrs. Carol p. 55 Courtney, Kevin p. 35, 37, 78, 88, 97, 128, 129, 134, 142, 145 Courtney, Paul p. 31, 119 Cox, Monty p. 25 Crable, Debbie p. 37, 123 Crable, Penny p. 25 Creamer, Joseph p. 25 Creech, William p. 25, 144 Cress, Terry p. 24, 25, 103, 106, 128, 136, 138 Crim, Mark p. 19 Crouch, Miss Marsha p. 23 Crow, Floyd p. 19 Crimans, Patrick p. 11, 37, 76, 94, 106, 132 Crowe, Roger p. 11, 37, 68, 71, 76 Crow, Paul p. 31 Crull, Chris p. 19 Crull, James p. 25 Culbertson, Thomas p. 31, 76, 121 Cyphers, Brad p. 25 Cyphers, Brock p. 25 Daulton, Dee Ann p. 31, 68, 71, 72, 104 Daulton, Tammy p. 25, 68 Dautrich, Michael p. 19 Davies, Pamela p. 51, 112 Davies, William p. 25, 68, 71, 75, 84 Davis, Charles p. 31, 99, 113 Davis, James p. 19, 131 Davis, James p. 25 Davis, Lisa p. 51, 116 Davis, Marla p. 37 Davis, Matt p. 31, 145 Davis, Pamela p. 37, 70, 88, 121 Davis, Shelly p. 31, 98 Davis, Tamera p. 38, 96, 112 Deck, Karla p. 19, 82, 98 Deckard, David p. 31, 108 Deckard, Patricia p. 25 Dennis, Dan p. 31, 97, 99, 113, 145 Dennis, Stephen p. 19, 106, 139 DePaolo, Dorothea p. 31 Dever, Martina p. 38, 112 Dial, Leanne p. 19 Dial, Mary p. 38 Dial, Vickie p. 26 Dickey, Steve p. 24, 26, 92, 97 Dickey, Charles p. 38 Dietzer, Larry p. 31, 119, 138 Dillon, Julie p. 26, 106, 140 Doan, Randy p. 19 Doke, Pat p. 122 Dowler, Dana p. 26, 68, 84 Dowler, Jonathan p. 19 Dowler, Julia p. 31, 117, 140 Drake, Margaret p. 30, 31, 84, 98, 138, 140 Drake, Robert p. 38, 116 Dudley, Arthur p. 19, 131, 132 Dudley, Pamela p. 31, 84 Duffey, Cheryl p. 19 Duffey, Robin p. 31 Duncan, Erin p. 31 Dunnichay, Peggy p. 38, 115 Durham, Jeffrey p. 38 Durham, Steven p. 31 Eaton, Terry p. 19, 137, 144 Ebbert, Rick p. 26 Ebbert, Rockie p. 38, 114 Ebert, Kevin p. 31, 110 Ebert, Mark p. 31, 110 Edgell, Anthony p. 26 Eggers, Leslie p. 19 Eib, Teresa p. 19 Eisenbrand, Lynne p. 119 Eliserio, Lydia p. 19 Ellis, Nicholas p. 19 Elsworth, Debra p. 35, 38 Elsworth, Larry p. 26 Elsworth, Lisa p. 19 Emery, Jewel p. 51 Etchison, Adrienne p. 24, 26, 91, 98, 106, 138 Etchison, Chandos Dean p. 38, 99 Etchison, Don p. 30, 31, 106, 138 Etchison, Jeffery p. 38, 108 Etchison, Todd p. 38, 99, 112 Etter, Joe p. 38 Everling, Edw'ard Everling, Joe p. 19 Fanning, Debra Lynn p. 31, 68, 101 Fanning, Donna p. 19, 69, 84 Fanning, Linda p. 26, 69, 84 Farley, Barbara p. 26, 68, 91, 100 Farley, Beverly p. 26, 68, 100, 106 Farley, Deborah p. 38 Farr, Joyce p. 19 Faulstich, Angela p. 19, 98Faulstich, Dana p. 31 Faust, Mr. Charles p. 114 Ferguson, Mrs. Jean p. 85 Fettig, Debbie p. 19, 68 Fettig, Gregory p. 26, 68 Fettig, Jonathon Fettig, Teresa p. 19, 84, 97 Fewell, Kevin p. 35, 38, 106 Fihe, Brian p. 31 Fihe, Melinda p. 35, 59, 85, 97 Fihe, Steve p. 39, 97, 116 Finley, David p. 19 Finton, Donita p. 31 Fisher, Anita p. 31, 122 Fisher, Deborah p. 39, 112 Fisher, Mary p. 39, 116 Fleenor, Robin p. 26, 90 Foor, David p. 26 Foor, Glen p. 19 Foor, Jerry p. 26, 132 Fowler, Richard p. 26 Frazee, Denver p. 31, 114, 138 Frazier, Katherine p. 19 Frazee, Phillip p. 31, 110 Freeman, Stephen p. 31, 115 French, LeaAnn p. 19, 70, 84, 98, 139 French, Robert p. 19, 99 French, Robin p. 39 French, Tamara p. 30, 31, 98, 140, 141 Frye, Billy F. p. 19 Frye, Carolyn p. 39, 90 Frye, John H. p. 39, 110 Frye, Kevin p. 19, 106, 128, 137, 135 Frye, Linda p. 31, 74, 75, 98 Fuller, Paul p. 39, 109, 145 Galbreath, Margie p. 39, 115 Gallatin, Katherine p. 32 Gallatin, Susan p. 19 Gamble, Donnie p. 19, 99 Gamblin, Regina p. 26 Gantz, Nola p. 32, 74 Garcia, Ray p. 19 Gardner, Mack p. 20, 131, 137 Gardner, Penny p. 32 Gardner, Todd p. 20, 84 Garner, Judy p. 32, 69, 82, 122 Garner, Timothy p. 32, 136 Gerard, Brian p. 20 Gerard, Carol p. 32, 98, 106, 140 Gerard, David p. 32 Gerard, Ricky Gerth, Brian p. 20, 106, 132 Gerth, Luke p. 51, 121 Gerth, Phillip p. 26, 91 Gibson, Regina p. 26, 68, 90 Gill, Debra p. 39 , 98, 100, 106 Gill, Johnathan p. 39, 76, 114 Gill, Sharon p. 26 Gillam, Robert p. 39, 115 Gillam, Tina p. 26 Gillespie, Ann p. 26, 89, 98 Giselbach, Michael p. 32 Glenn, Mrs. Jo Aline p. 55 Glotzbach, Debra p. 20 Glotzbach, Rhonda p. 26 Goens, Michael p. 26, 128, 136 Goens, Timothy p. 20, 132 Goforth, Cynthia p. 20 Goodknight, Brian K. p. 32, 68, 71, 73 Goodwin, Jill p. 26 Gordon, Sandra p. 26, 69 Gough, James p. 20, 84, 132 Graves, Peggy p. 26, 69 Green, Douglas p. 26, 77, 97, 136 Green, Jeffrey p. 39, 35, 128, 139, 142 Green, Kelly p. 26 Green, Kenneth p. 26, 106, 132, 138, 146 Green, Michael p. 26, 144 Green, Rebecca p. 39 Green, Steve p. 39, 76, 128, 114, 142 Gregg, Debra p. 20, 97 Gregg, Roger p. 32, 104, 115 Gregory, Melanie p. 20 Gren, Mrs. Linda p. 80, 88 Grimes, Rebecca p. 20 Grondin, Tim p. 40 Groover, Donald p. 20, 132 Groover, Katherine p. 26, 24, 70, 98 Gross, Dwight p. 40, 108 Gross, Emily p. 20 Gross, Robert J. p. 32, 68, 71 Gross, Vickie P. 26, 92, 100 Grothaus, Miss Barbara p. 57 Guffey, Diana p. 26, 98 Hahn, Mark p. 32 Hahn, Rebecca p. 20, 82 Hall, Mary p. 20 Hamilton, Kevin p. 26, 77, 92, 138 Hancher, Terry p. 40, 115 Hancock, Vickie p. 32, 113 Hanlin, Thomas p. 40, 78, 120, 121, 128, 146 Hanlin, Timothy p. 26, 106, 136 Hanson, Miss Katie p. 57, 121 Hardebeck, Brenda p. 32 Hardebeck, Richard p. 20 Hargrave, Sheila p. 32, 90, 97, 98, 106 Harless, Geoffrey p. 20 Harris, Gary p. 40, 115 Harris, Geoff p. 68 Hartley, Thomas p. 40, 112 Harting, Marie p. 41, 67, 68, 112 Haulk, James p. 41, 115 Haulk, Mary p. 26 Hayes, Kimberly p. 20, 69 Hayes, Steven p. 26 Hayward, Clayton p. 26 Hayward, Glenda p. 20 Hayward, Shirley p. 32 Head, Kevin p. 26 .Heater, Dianna p. 20 Heaton, Steven p. 20 Heaton, Thomas p. 41 Heflin, Dale p. 26, 138 Heflin, Terry p. 41, 97, 115 Heiser, Carol Jan p. 24, 26, 77, 97, 98, 138, 140 Heiser, Daniel p. 20, 81, 106, 131, 132 Heiser, Samuel p. 41, 78, 79, 88, 132, 133 Hellmann, Miss Chris p. 82 Hellmann, Mary p. 32, 74, 84, 98 Helm, Robert p. 24, 26, 77, 106, 132, 133, 144, 146 Herkless, Rhonda p. 20, 68 Herndon, Mr. Richard p. 57, 94 Hemiak, Timothy p. 30, 32, 99, 119, 142 Hershey, Richard p. 20, 89 Hibst, Fred Tim p. 41, 108, 128 Hicks, Mrs. Beverly p. 57, 81 Hicks, Mr. Rodney p. 57, 77, 137, 144 Hinds, Mr. John p. 54 Hinshaw, Ronald p. 26 Hobbs, Carl p. 26, 106, 138, 146 Hobbs, Mark p. 26 Hobbs, Randy p. 20, 110 Hobbs, Sara p. 12, 15, 41, 115 Hocker, Mr. Bill p. 128, 129, 142 Hocker, William p. 35, 41, 78, 128, 142 Hodson, Duane p. 32, 119, 138, 142 Hoffman, Mr. David p. 57 Hoffman, Mrs. Fran p. 55 Holloway, Cynthia p. 20, 92 Holloway, Greg p. 51, 119 Hollowell, Susan p. 41, 112Holmes, Charles p. 20 Holt, Mr. Phillip p. 57, 120, 121 Holtzclaw, Joseph p. 26, 91, 99, 106 Hood, Dennis p. 41, 112 Hood, Marsha p. 26 Hook, Mary P. 12, 15, 41, 122, 123 Hoose, Amy p. 20, 98 Hoppel, Mr. Max p. 82, 83 Horn, Joan p. 32, 67, 104 Horseman, Danny p. 124 House, Miss Betty p. 57 House, Mr. Michael p. 57, 99, 142 Howat, Jamie p. 20, 97 Howell, Malinda p. 41, 112 Hudson, Rodney p. 20, 84, 97, 139 Hudson, Mrs. Theresa p. 58 Hueston, Candice p. 20, 98 Huff, Caren p. 20, 68 , 84 Huff, Diana p. 32, 85, 86, 98, 138 Huffman, Mr. Phillip p. 58 Hughes, Katherine p. 32, 92, 140 Hughes, Katherine L. p. 35, 41, 84, 88, 97, 101 Hughes, Michael p. 32, 108 Hughes, Rita p. 32, 68 Hughes, Roger p. 41, 115, 119, 99 Hughes, Ruthie p. 20 Hughes, Pamela p. 20, 86, 95 Hughes, Vincent p. 26, 106 Humel, Alice p. 41, 88, 101 Humphrey, Lisa p. 20 Hunt, Timothy p. 20 Hunter, Scott p. 32 Huntsman, Bill p. 20 Huntsman, Kowena p. 20 Hurst, Cynthia p. 26 Hyman, Sherry p. 26 Hyman, Lori p. 20, 98 Ice, Gary p. 26, 119 Idlewine, Molly p. 20, 68, 92 Idlewine, Pete p. 20, 110, 124 Israel, Kevin p. 26, 68, 106, 144 Jackson, John p. 42, 78, 116, 128 Jackson, Joy p. 20, 68 Jaramillo, Mary p. 42, 122 Jaramillo, Yolando p. 26, 80 Jarrell, Linda p. 42, 115 Jarrett, Michael p. 27 Johns, Michael p. 144 Johnson, Patsy p. 20 Johnson, Terry p. 32 Jones, Dianna p. 20 Jones, Jennifer p. 42, 112 Jones, Marsha p. 27 Jones, Roxanna p. 32 Juday, Mrs. Jane p. 58, 82 Juday, Mr. Joseph p. 58, 89, 110 Juday, Phillip p. 20, 65, 82, 131, 132 Juday, Thomas p. 42, 88 Julius, Randall p. 35, 42, 88, 94, 106 Julius, Sheri p. 20, 84 Junior, Danny p. 32 Kaiser, Bruce p. 42, 78 , 88, 128, 134, 135, 145 Kaiser, Cheryl p. 27, 91, 106, 141 Kaiser, Sheila p. 20, 86, 106 Kane, David p. 20, 139 Kane, Patrick p. 32, 78, 99, 113, 128, 129, 138 Karch, Danny p. 42, 112 Keeton, Mary p. 20 Kelich, Cecelia p. 20, 92 Kelich, James p. 27, 132, 138 Kelich, Timothy p. 21, 131 Kelley, Kevin p. 92, 99, 142, 144 Kelly, Danny p. 32, 110 Kelly, Margaret p. 42, 101, 112 Kendall, Jill p. 21 Kessinger, William p. 11, 42, 68, 71 Kestler, Lisa p. 27, 140 Kiefer, Steve p. 11, 42, 71, 73, 76, 84 Kiefer, Timothy p. 21, 106, 131, 139 Kilgore, Mary p. 21, 69, 84 Kilgore, Roger p. 51 Kimmerling, William p. 27 Kinder, Mr. Shirley p. 58, 124 King, Jeffrey p. 27 King, Scott p. 21, 84 Kiphart, Christine p. 30, 32, 84, 98 Kiphart, Mr. Jack p. 54 Kleyla, Joan p. 24, 27, 77, 91, 92, 97 Knick, Debra p. 42 Knoop, Denise p. 27 Knoop, James p. 21, 65, 92 Knotts, Harry Spencer p. 30, 32, 76, 99, 106 Kolias, Mariana p. 68, 92 Kronenberg, Daniel p. 27 Landrum, Kimala p. 21, 139 LaPointe, Lisa p. 42 Lashure, Brian p. 21 Lattimer, Steven p. 32 Leavell, Mrs. Emily p. 55 Leavitt, Jeffrey p. 42, 119, 132 Leavitt, Martin p. 27, 68, 71 Leavittt, Mr. Rex p. 132, 133 Ledford, Joseph p. 21, 68 Lee, Patricia p. 27 , 68, 92, 100 Lee, Ronald p. 32, 78, 99, 132, 142, 144 Lee, Sharon p. 42, 70, 121 Leeson, Jon p. 43, 112 Leeson, Matthew p. 21 Leeson, Rebecca p. 27 Leever, Douglas p. 27, 106 Leever, Randall p. 27 LeForce, Penelope p. 27 , 82, 106 Legg, Brian p. 21, 84, 131 Leisure, Cassandra p. 27, 98 Leisure, George Phillip p. 32, 78, 79, 91, 97, 134, 135, 145 Leisure, Keith p. 21, 132 Leisure, Rodney p. 21, 132 Leopke, Christopher p.v 11, 51, 68, 119 Lewellen, Debra p. 20, 70, 84 Lewis, Mr. Delbert p. 54 Lewis, Lisa p. 43, 89, 106 Linder, Gary p. 58, 112, 11? Lippott, Mark p. 21, 68, 84 Litaker, Mary p. 43 Little, Rebecca p. 32, 82, 98 Loepke, Dawn p. 32, 113 Logan, Gene p. 21 Long, Kathryn p. 43, 74, 75, 96 Long, Laurie p. 27 , 91, 98, 131 Long, Rose p. 43 Long, Thomas p. 43, 68, 88, 106 Longerbone, Mark p. 27 , 68, 106, 139 Longnecker, Karen p. 32, 117 Loser, Cheryl p. 27 Lovell, Charles p. 43 Lucas, Holly p. 43, 101, 120, 121 Lucas, Miss Marilyn p. 58, 65, 100 Lyman, Dean p. 27 Lyman, Denny p. 21, 68 Lyman, Luba Dawn p. 32, 68, 92, 100 Lynas, Tonya p. 43, 122, 123 Lytle, Bonita p. 43, 112 McClelland, Kathy p. 12, 15, 35, 43, 88, 98, 138, 140 McClelland,. Kris p. 24, 27 , 75 , 97, 103 McClintock, Cheryl p. 32 McClintock, Terri p. 27 McCorkle, Brenda p. 27 McCorkle, Cynthia p. 27, 140 McCorkle, Monte p. 110, 132, 133 McCormick, Terrie p. 21 McDaniel, Gary p. 43, 68, 71, 82 McDaniel, Jeffrey p. 10, 11, 32, 68, 71, 72McDaniel, Kathleen p. 43, 115 McDaniel, Richard p. 21, 76, 92 McDermit, Mark p. 43, 35, 76, 88, 97, 106 McElfresh, Diana p. 43, 68, 112 McElfresh, Edward p. 27 McElfresh, Julia p. 51, 115 McGinn, Gail p. 21 McGuire, Debra p. 21, 98, 117 McGuire, Lee Ann p. 44 McLaughlin, Kathryn p. 44 McMahan, Paula p. 44, 69 McMahan, Robert p. 21, 68 McMinn, Bob p. 132 McMinn, Edward p. 32, 99, 106 McPhearson, Bud p. 21 McPhearson, Cindy p. 27, 80 McPhearson, Marsha p. 27 McPhearson, Michael p. 32, 110 McPhearson, Penny R. p. 27, 68, 82, 106 McPhearson, Ray p. 21 McQuitty Mrs. Anna Mae p. 58, 67, 98 McQuitty, Brad p. 27, 106, 134, 136, 144 McQuitty, Cynthia p. 35, 44, 97 McQuitty, Mr. Darrell p. 58, 78, 131, 134 McQuitty, Jeffrey p. 21 McQuitty, Lisa p. 27, 100, 106 McQuitty, Rebecca p. 21, 84, 97 McWhirt, Lisa p. 21 Magers, Kevin p. 21, 93 Maish, Deborah p. 32, 113 Manis, John p. 121, 138, 146 Marley, Jeffrey p. 44, 68, 112 Martin, Helen p. 44 Martin, Edward p. 21 Mason, Cynthia p. 21, 140 Mason, Kathy p. 32, 122 Mason, Rebecca p. 27 Massey, Dean p. 32, 106 Massey, Pamela p. 21, 68, 106 Massie, Fred p. 32, 76, 91, 99, 106, 142 Medcalf, Anna p. 21, 117 Melton, Connie p. 32 Melvin, Michele p. 27 , 97, 106 Melvin, Steve p. 51 Mengelt, Mary p. 21 Mengelt, Michael p. 32, 99, 113 Merritt, Mrs. Raeanna p. 59, 100, 104 Metz, Ann p. 27, 68, 100, 106, 140 Middleton, Mr. David p. 66 Miller, Dinah p. 27, 90, 97, 106, 140 Miller, Christy p. 44, 74, 115 Miller, Patrick p. 27 Miller, Rebecca p. 44, 116, 117 Miller, Tina p. 44 Miller, Vickie L. p. 92 Milnes, James p. 44, 108, 125 Mitchell, Ronnie p. 32 Mock, Don p. 32, 128, 142 Monahan, Patricia p. 35, 44, 88, 97, 101 Monroe, Michael p. 27, 92, 93 Montgomery, Maura p. 27, 65, 68, 92, 101 Moody, Chris p. 21 Moore, Garry L. p. 44, 115 Moore, Lew Rita p. 30, 32, 97, 98 Moore, Melinda p. 27 Moore, Randall p. 33, 68 Moore, Mr. Robert p. 59 Morgan, Debra p. 33 Morgan, Jennifer p. 27, 68, 71, 84, 100 Morgan, Kevin p. 51 Morgan, Mary Jo p. 33 Morgan, Phyllis p. 21 Mort, Rhonda p. 33, 113, 140 Moser, John p. 27, 68, 71, 84 Mottweiler, Gary p. 21 Mundy, Jeffery p. 21 Munns, Jeri p. 21 Munns, Richard p. 21 Murillo, Hector p. 21 Murphy, Mr. Fred p. 59, 108 Murray, Denise p. 21 Murray, Rhonda p. 35, 44, 101, 112 Murray, Rodney p. 21, 97, 131, 137 Musick, GaryN. p. 21 Mutchler, Donald p. 44 Myers, Cynthia p. 33, 82, 97, 98, 101, 106, 117 Nason, Brenda p. 33, 113 Nichols, Jimmie p. 21, 89, 131, 137 Nichols, Michael p. 44, 110 Noble, Dina p. 45, 98, 100, 106 Noble, Duke p. 21 Noble, Mickey p. 27, 98, 117 Noel, Patricia p. 33 Noone, Margaret p. 33, 69, 97, 102, 117 Noone, Patricia p. 21, 68, 89 Northcutt, Twyla p. 45, 122, 123 Oakes, Miss Nancy p. 59, 122 Orbaugh, Dave p. 45 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