Emmerich Manual High School - Ivian Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1965
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vian 1 965 EMMERICH MANUAL NIGH SCHOOL Indianapolis, Indiana Jhe VlUctnu il V foods oP 1 V lanual table of contents: Activities page 24 Athletics page 46 Album page 64 Advertising page 120 Through the corridors of Emmerich Manual High School many contrasting Moods combine to create the " image " of our school. The excitement of the first day, the thrill of winning a close game, the burden of a seemingly never-ending flow of assignments, the friendliness of a club meeting— all are a part of our school lives. The helpfulness of a teacher at a conference, the enthusiasm of our parents for P-TA and Dads Club activities, and the loyalty and devotion of our alumni to our now 70-year-old school help create the moods which make up the atmosphere of Manual. Manualites like Cheerleader Captain Linda Harkness, performing at a pep session during football season, stimulate gay, exciting moods. Helpful teachers like Miss Dorothy Robertson, having a conference with Dan Kraus to explain a difficult assignment, make school more pleasant. Nancy Kidd and Ron McBride, in a holiday mood, put the finishing touches on the traditional junior Class Christmas tree, located in the main entrance hall. Once a Redskin, always a Redskin applies to Manual ' s Alumni. The annual Pow Wow brings many grads to visit their alma mater, as well as future Manualites. Varied Moods of Manualites Run the Gamut Those important IBM slips, grade cards, create wide reactions as dramatized by Dan Ryan and Bev Boyd. All smiles as they follow our Rarin ' Redskins, Bill Class and Bonnie Roe purchase basketball tickets from Mrs. Dorothy Thomas in the bookstore. Moms and Dads help our moods at football and basketball games by providing refreshment stands where we can appease our seemingly endless appetites. A steaming hot-dog on a cold night? Perfect! ». :•• m ' , Kr- •• ».. 5 JP 3Ck ! ■ I ! | • 4s? — . — ( arm n Classroom Activities Make Us Sensitive To Need for Education The elation of receiving an " A " on a research paper or the frustration of being burdened with a very difficult homework assignment are among the many varieties of moods which Manualites experi- ence. The English Department contributes to the liter- ary and grammatical development of the students. The works of great writers of the past, as well as contemporaries, enrich the minds of pupils from freshmen to seniors. Manual offers French, Latin, and Spanish to those interested in foreign languages and cultures. The collection of tape recordings by native Frenchmen and Spaniards are helpful aids in practicing everyday conversation. Learning the many properties of the elements, studying the functions of animal and plant organ- isms, and examining the earth ' s crust were among the many activities of science classes this year. The Math Department buzzed with activity as pupils pursued courses from general math to calculus. The Home Economics Department gave girls ex- amples of the future in such classes as Home Man- agement, cookino, and Home Nursing. Not to be forgotten is the Boys ' Foods class, which gave Man- ual ' s " chefs " an opportunity to display their culinary skills. Industrial Arts offered students vocational train- ing in auto, metal, wood, and printing shops. Seniors Margaret Coebel and Loretta Magill hurriedly " cram " for a test before entering their classroom. Government and Economics students " marked " their ballots for the candidates of their choice as election year brought mock elections to Manual. On warm spring and fall days, art classes take their drawing boards and stools to the campus to sketch. Art Production designed senior arm bands, Redskin Revue programs, and posters for numerous occasions. Music classes were a welcome change to school book routines for the music-minded. Theory classes studied the principles of different types of music. The Business Department offered various office training courses for future businessmen and women. To understand each other and the world is our high goal of education. Curriculum and activities blend to set the moods for our daily lives. The library provides a convenient, pleasant place for study and research, attracting Manualites throughout the day. Teachers as well as students find it well equipped with reading and reference materials for special assignments. Speech classes provide numerous situations for practicing oral speech and interpretation. Among these are panel discussions through which pre- pared and extemporaneous materials are presented. Jerry Shands, Diane Eickhoff, Diane Dandrea, John Berry, and Linda Bair form a panel to discuss safe driving. English, Languages Focus on Self -Expression Modern languages are taught from a conversational standpoint. The ad- vanced classes are conducted almost entirely in the foreign tongue. In this picture, Mr. Millard Arnold, Head of the Language Department, chats about the weather with a class. The language lab gives French and Spanish students the opportunity to listen to taped foreign conversations and also to hear themselves speak the languages. Here, Miss Mary Anne Kondrath helps a class with some difficult pronunciation. Slide Rule Aids Mathematicians, Scientists For students on academic diploma, a major in math is available through the several advanced courses. Steve Waterman, Dick Dillon, and Beverly Boyd use the oversize slide rule to work, out a problem. Physics classes seem to use the whole building as their " laboratory " ! Nancy Norcross, Shirley White, and Jan McDaniels study the relationship be- tween mass and acceleration on the floor in the auditorium foyer. Mr. Don Hully, instructor in Earth Science, Manual ' s new science course, explains an acceleration-due-to-gravity experiment to Jim Shockley, Charles Kidwell, and Patsy Davis. Senior Bob LaFara, Ivian photographer, caught the star trail pattern around the North Star in a four-hour time exposure as part of his astronomy study in Earth Science. Jim Odom and Teddy Patrick net an insect near Pleasant Run for their bug collection for Biology, a course most of us take since the state requires two years of science for high school graduation. v» •-■ ' " ' i :. , Social Studies Involve Campaigning, Voting Films are an essential part of the Social Studies curriculum. Here, a World History class gains further knowledge about India and its former leader, Gandhi. U.S. History, Government, and Econo- mics classes also view their share of films. TABBERT PQWEJLL B0 " »« ;fl November 3, was election day for Manual students as well as adult voters. All pupils in Social Studies classes voted in the Auditorium dur- ing their class periods. Posters for both local and national candidates added a touch of realism for Manual- ites as they lined up at the polls. All students who wished to vote had to register. Unlike regular registra- tion the student was only required to place his name on the voting list. Here Ronnie Hines and Linda Kautsky check to make sure nothing is overlooked while Peggy Wheeler waits to pass out the ballot. Voting machines were not available, but Manual ' s stage crew constructed voting booths in which students could mark their secret ballots. The long paper ballot contained names of major candidates of the four parties. Manual, like state and nation, went Democratic down the line. Mr. Oran Davis, Head of the Art Department, acts as critic for his art students as the would-be artists bring their work up to his desk for his expert opinion and advice. These are beginning art pupils working in freehand drawing. Art Classes Bring Crea.tiven.ess to Life Using small scraps of stained glass, students of this Craft Arts class fashioned such things as ashtrays, plaques, and trivets. This was one of many projects the numerous craft classes pursued throughout the year. Sophomore David Newlin watches as Mrs. Mildred Haskens inspects a piece of jewelry he has smoothed with a file. Jewelry classes work with metals and semi-precious stones to produce rings, bracelets, necklaces, and other items. 11 Business Majors Train for Vocations Senior Don Taylor uses an adding machine to work one of his bookkeeping problems. Pupils are given practical situations in- volving ownership, cost and accounting of small businesses, and office procedures which they might face in future work. Electric dictaphones, widely used in modern offices, are part of the equipment for office training classes. Jackie Noles, Claudia Robinson, and Sandra Mussmann type as they listen to taped exercises recorded en the dictaphone. Bookkeeping classes teach students the fundamental skills of balancing figures in journal credits and debits. Here Jim Hurt and Jan DeArmond each use a calculator, a machine on which one can do the four basic types of math, to check the figures in their ledgers. Sewing talents become sharpened as future homemakers work in clothing classes. Here Linda Rick and Mary Jo Powers concentrate on completing semester projects. Seamstresses, Chefs Perfect Their Skills Foods at Manual is not for girls only. Chuck Lambuth and Rodney mg — . — Iverson work together in Boys ' Foods to make their cake special. — — — This course prepares boys for jobs as waiters or chefs, and also makes them better husband-material. " Design plus line makes an attractive you " . Pat Langford, Judy Hancock, and Voleetta Richardson of the Ad- vanced Clothing class, set up a dis- play which was shown at the annual Hobby Show at the Fair Grounds. 13 Handy S kilts Develop In. Industrial Arts Preparing to start the engine they overhauled in Auto Shop, Jerry Wilde puts gasoline into the float of the carburetor while Fred Strait stands by with a fire extinguisher. Derrell Owen examines a roof beam as Terry Clugston works on his scale model of a house built from class-made plans in Architectural Drawing class. Clayton Taylor, John Sterling, and Terry Muncy discuss the two- point perspective drawing of a house which Clayton is designing using a drafting machine. Manual shops offer two years of elec- tronics which provide basic techniques in both theory and practical work. Here, Jack Owens wires a tube checker for use in radio repairing. 14 In Girls ' gym, exercises develop grace, agility, and balance. Here Kathy Marshall demonstrates good form for a rear vault over the horse. Patty Hittle combines balance and poise to perform a chest stand on the parallel bars in Advanced Gym class. Gym Exercises ' Physical Fitness Policy Boy ' s Gym classes intersperse apparatus exercises, tumbling and calisthenics with a fast game of basketball or other sport to complete their physical education program. 15 Victory Caps Twelfth. Homecoming Pageant Senior Bruce Arnold serves as chauffeur in the smallest car, " chariot " for Papooses Charlotte Richeson and Alvin Goodwin, who bear the Homecoming crowns. The shiny new crowns were made by the Craft Arts Club. Bob Heichelbach is escort. October 16 was a wonderful Homecoming— perfect weather, a beautiful half-time show, and a victory over highly-touted Broad Ripple. Many alumni re- turned to greet former school friends and teachers and once again cheer our Redskin grid team. For the half-time ceremony a parade of converti- bles decked in red and white rounded the track bearing the candidates for King and Queen— Perry Cobb, Mike Hargraves, Mike Mager, Mike McGuire, Tom Roberts, Diane Eickhoff, Nancy Norcross, Lana Richards, Linda Wheeler, and Phyllis Kottkamp. Royal hopefuls promenaded up the white carpet to the center of the field where the Redskin March- ing Band had formed a block " M. " Principal C. Edgar Stahl opened the envelope and announced Mike Mager and Diane Eickhoff as King Manual XII and his queen. Steve Davis and Connie Mudd, last year ' s royalty, crowned them as Mr. Wendell Mertz, choir director, sang " Here She Comes, Queen of Manual High, ' ' accompanied by the Glee Club. Returning to their convertibles, all participants circled the track once more, ending the pageant. On the gridiron, the Redskins and the Rockets resumed their battle which Manual won 12-7. Clee Club girls form an aisle down which Freshmen Football Players Bill Lloyd and )im McDonald unroll the royal carpet, laying the path for the regal Homecoming procession. 16 3 ™ f ! y - ROTC ' Sounds Off In All- New Uniforms Manual ' s 1965 ROTC Rifle Team won the city championship! Manual upset favored Broad Ripple by a score of 2,289 to 2,180, to win the annual Indianapolis Small Bore Rifle Meet and a large trophy, breaking Broad Ripple ' s three year hold on the city title. All Redskin liters scored above the 200 mark and compiled a team average of 228.9. Sgt. Claude Shanks was coach for these sharpshooters. Clad in sharp new uniforms, army green with delf blue lapels, members of our ROTC Battalion began their year of activities by marching in the Veterans ' Day Parade. Cadets serve the school regularly as messengers, ushers, and doormen for activities like Redskin Revue and Open House, and for other school-sponsored functions. They also guard the playing floor at home basketball games. Each morn- ing the flag corps puts up the school flag, and this unit presents colors at auditorium programs. Every Thursday and Friday the cadets dress in full uniform. On Friday they stand inspection while one of six red-and-white-clad senior girls, honorary cadets, officiates. Chosen by vote of the ROTC, these girls rotate the duty of inspection. Cadets can further their special interest by par- ticipating in the Rifle Team, Drill Team, and ROTC History Club. The climax to a busy year comes in the spring at Federal Inspection, and our unit consistently wins " Honor School " ratings. The highlight of all the activities is the annual Military Ball for which a Queen is chosen. This year ' s queen was Sherrie Lopossa. The city championship Rifle Team in- cluded John Vibbert, John Weidner, Michael Yarber, Benny Patrick, Alfred Stahl, Larry Petrie, Charles Saunders, Larry Gardner, and David Wheeler. 18 We Hear ' Opportunity ' Knock on Special Day Manual ' s 12th annual Opportunity Day gave us Redskins a glimpse into the future as we gained in- formation about the career areas in which our inter- ests lie. College panels, which included students from Butler University and Indiana Central College, helped many get a personalized view of college prob- lems. In an auditorium program prior to the actual Opportunity Day activities, we heard Mr. Thomas Boardman, Editor of The Indianapolis Times, dis- cuss the steps to follow in choosing a career. Program choices for Opportunity Day were geared to student requests. Guest speakers from industry, business, training programs, and professions talked with pupils about careers ranging from engineering to X-ray technology. In addition to the different talks, three panels were offered. Sophomores and juniors were invited to hear " Preparation for Ad- mission to College, " while seniors looked ahead to " Problems of Adjustment to College. " Anyone in- terested in the various fields of nursing listened to a panel on " Health Careers. " Another added feature to this year ' s program was the breaking down of enwineerino- into five divisions: mechanical, civil, chemical, electrical, and architectual engineering. This change helped many focus on particular fields and to be more specific in thinking of college. Miss Martha Akers, supervisor of the student nursing program at I.U. Medical Center, heads a panel discussion on " Health Careers. ' ' Students received information on nursing X-ray tech- nology, dental hygiene, and occupational therapy. College bound seniors " get the facts " from a panel discussion on the " Prob- lems of Adjustment to College. " Relating their personal experiences and answering questions from their audience are students from Indiana Central College. 19 Sally Pullen adjusts Chris Iverson ' s Japanese costume, an extra feature of the Social Studies Department ' s exhibit at the Projects Fair. Danny Cook watches with an approving eye. Projects Fair Displays Year ' s Achievements At the close of each school year, students are given the opportunity to view the semester projects of their fellow classmates at the annual Student Projects Fair. Set up in the gymnasium, the Fair is open to all Manualites for one day during Periods 1-4. Later in the evening the gym is opened to parents to give them a chance to visit the many projects and exhibits. All academic departments enter outstanding work of students, who vie for first, second, and third place awards. Each department is responsible for seeing that its area work is judged. One of the highlights of the Fair is a style show produced by the Home Economics Department. Each piece of clothing is modeled by the maker, seamstresses from the various clothing classes. " Manual Manuscripts, " a booklet of Manualites ' writings, is displayed by the English Department along with winning materials from the department ' s contests. The Social Studies Department enters numerous charts, maps, and term reports. The Industrial Arts Department exhibited many projects from its various shops. Here Eric Williams, Mike McLaren, and Rick Foster examine a student-made hacksaw from Metal Shop. Fascinated by the colorful portraits displayed by the Art Depart- ment are Sally Martz and Tom Roberts. Also included in the display were ceramics, jewelry, and weaving. 20 Enthusiastic Parents Plan Fun, Fund-Raisers Throughout the year our Manual parents support school projects by sponsoring money-making activi- ties. The profits from these come to us Manualites for such things as our bus, band uniforms, and par- tial scholarships to work shops and institutes. Our enthusiastic parents begin the year with a chili supper before the first home football game and throughout the season serve coffee, donuts, and other goodies at their well-known concession stands at the football field. Basketball season finds the Dads Club ' s refreshments moved to the gym. The annual Pow-Wow is the biggest, most success- ful of the P-TA ' s projects. Activities start at 5:30 P.M. with a fish fry served in the cafeteria. Booths are set up in the gym, and a Vaudeville Show is in the auditorium using Redskin Revue talent. rMRB Wf ' ffi ' f f . Appropriately stationed, Varsity Basketball Coach " Woody " Mc- Bride gets an opportunity to look over prospective material as he mans the basketball shoot at the Pow-Wow. The largest crowd at the Pow-Wow can always be found at the food counters. Here Moms, Dads, and faculty members combine their efforts to serve dinner to the hungry " mob. " 21 Queen Ann, Linda Wheeler, watches Ivian Editor Nancy Lagle crown Jerry Lewis as King Ivan at the annual " Pic Parade. " Soft light set the mood for dancing at " Winter Wonderland. " Parties, Dances, Proms Create Festive Moods The Roines Romp launched this year ' s dances on October 3. Advertised as " three hours of fun for a quarter, " it provided Manual ites a chance to get together for an informal evening. Although the annual " Pic Parade " fell on Friday the thirteenth, underclassmen found the November dance lucky since they got their picture packets. The publications-sponsored dance had seniors voted King Ivan and Queen Ann. The Christmas season lent its holiday atmosphere to many clubs. They planned parties that included gift exchanges and homemade goodies. Sustaining the holiday mood was the Music De- partment ' s January " Winter Wonderland. " For the turn-about semi-formal, the Cafeteria became a ski lodge and the weatherman provided snow outside. During the basketball season, Student Affairs Board sponsored after-game dances. " John Henry Hop, " for yearbook distribution, was the last in- formal on May 22 in the cafeteria. The Junior and the Senior Proms closed the school year on a formal note. The Junior Class made the gymnasium a place of beauty while the seniors went to the Indiana Roof to climax their high school memories the nigjit after Graduation. Sharon Nelson and Vicki Jung serve at " Winter Wonderland. " 22 Redskin Revue ' Steals March. ' from. Calendar Many tiring, but fun filled hours go into a Red- skin Revue production. This year ' s thirty-sixth annual all-school musical show was no exception as after-school and night rehearsals filled the month of March. It gave us the opportunity to display our talents, interests, and leadership abilities. A forest in merry England, a teakwood pavilion on Wakiki Beach, and a sixteen-foot spaceship were among exotic props Mr. Carl Wright and his stage crew created for the March 26-27 performances of the four student-written and directed acts. " Sentimental Seaweed, " written by Juniors Debbie Barkhau and Pat Roberts, centered around the for- bidden romance of a vacationing college boy and a Hawaiian princess. In order to win the princess, the boy had to find a fabled stone on the bottom of the ocean. His only problem— he couldn ' t swim. " Twinkle, Twinkle. Little Czar, " by Freshmen Don Goebel and Marianne Hedges, was set on a strange planet where an American spaceship had crash-landed. Trouble developed when the men dis- covered that a Russian spaceship had also crashed there. Seniors Judy Hansen and Rita Sexton ' s act, " Elec- tion Perfection, " took place in a small western town during election-time for sheriff. Confused competi- tion prevailed as the retiring sheriff ' s daughter and her fiance vied for the office. Sherwood Forest was the background for " Sher- wood Shenanigans, " by Juniors Bev Boyd and Jim Koenig. The plot developed around the love tri- angle—Robin Hood, the Sheriff, and Maid Marian. The act was climaxed by a dual between the rivals. It won the much coveted " First Place " trophy. Director of Productions Carl Wright instructs Act Writers Judy Hansen, Rita Sexton, Bev Boyd, Don Coebel, Jim Koenig, Pat Roberts, Debbie Barkhau, and Marianne Hedges. Seniors Don Townsend and Nancy Norcross, Redskin Revue committee co-chairmen, work wilh Mr. Fred Bennett, co-ordinator, to assign jobs to other members of the committee, which is made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. 23 •»!•■: o I % 0S £? ' ■■■■■ W ir f . ¥ «■»$» . I S Leg 4P- Wj t kf " Af -l • •« Tctiuitied Complement Our if anu fv oodd 24 mmcrc Enthusiasm and loyalty blend whenever Manualites get together for activities. Whether the group meeting is a service organization, a class-oriented club, a musical rehearsal, a publications staff work-session, a party, an after-game hop, a semi-formal dance, or a Prom, we find gay companionship, broadening of interests, and use for our talents. Activities add much to our education and to the enjoyment of school, and they fill the needs of our varied moods. 25 Masoma, Rolnes Serve Manual, Alums, Faculty, Presenting Freshman Vicki Fritrs with a prize for the most original name tag is Sue Huppert. This contest has become a traditional activity of the Masoma-Freshman Mixer. Membership for Roines and Masoma, senior honoraries, is based on scholarship, character, and service. Both clubs were founded in 1914 with the basic aim of service to Manual. These two groups combine efforts at the beginning of each semester to assist freshman in their Home Rooms and to help guide them through their first weeks of high school. Members also offer individual tutoring to those Avho need help with their studies. The Masoma-Freshman Mixer provided 9-B ' s with an opportunity to get acquainted. " To Clothe a child " was Masoma ' s annual project. The girls spon- sored a car wash to raise money and presented a complete wardrobe to a needy child at Christmas. Masomas waited tables at the Fall Athletic Banquet and served at the annual Alumni birthday party din- ner in February. The Masomas ended the year ' s activities by sponsoring a dance, April 10. This year ' s officers were Nancy Norcross, presi- dent; Diane Fickhoff, vice-president; Pat Langford and Linda Harkness, secretaries; Julie Schulz, treas- urer; and Judy Shives, historian. MASOMA — FRONT ROW: Ester Sobel, Susie McLaren, Mary Jane Hollcraft, Nancy Norcross, Nancy Lagle, June Cook. SECOND ROW: Pat Langford, Carla Rice, Judy Shives, Jan McDaniel, Patty Koopman. THIRD ROW: Sandra Norn ' s, Connie Coodin, Linda Harkness, Diane Eickhoff, Marlene Witt, Ritajo Stanger. FOURTH ROW: Betty Parrett, Carol Kortepeter, Kathy Mailing, Sue Huppert, Julie Schulz. Mrs. Betty Baker, an English teacher and assistant librarian, is sponsor. She is a Manual grad and a member of Masoma. 26 Make School Pteasanter for Fellow Redskins With Mr. Richard Blough resuming sponsorship, Roines began the year by sponsoring the annual Roines ROMP. Their 50 th Anniversary was marked by a semi-formal, the first dress-up dance of the year, for the entire school in November. Annual Christmas project of Roines was placing the large, traditional wreath above the main en- trance of the school. This is put together by the members who weave pine boughs into a wire-covered frame, fifteen feet in diameter. The frame, which comes apart in segments, was made by members. The Roines added another duty to their list by accepting the responsibility for the outside bulletin board which faces Madison Avenue and advertises Manual activities to passersby. They check the board each Monday morning to keep it up to date. Roines boys manned the checkroom on Alumni night for the convenience of the Quests. April 1 brought fun for all as the annual Roines- Faculty basketball game brought students and teach- ers alike to the gymnasium to root for their cohorts. Masomas were cheerleaders fo r Roines. iMfflCH W I MILITARY BALL MARCH .. -=, mar- ; - • I! 26 x $?jsm Bruce Arnold and Steve Susemichel arrange announcements. ROINES — FRONT ROW: Charles Lambuth, Lynn Kinkade, vice-president; William Harris, Bruce Arnold, treasurer; Stephen Waterman. SECOND ROW: Robert Heichelbeck, Paul Stroud, Robert Swope, Perry Cobb, president. THIRD ROW: Stephen Susemichel, Charles Todd, secretary; Mr. Richard Blough, sponsor, Donald Townsend, John Berry, historian. Roines meets in members ' homes bi-weekly. Newly elected juniors each spring must go through a pledge period during which time each wears a tie lettered " ROINES. " 27 National Honor Society Cites Top Scholars New members of the National Honor Society were announced by President Paul Stroud in a junior-senior auditorium. Verse introduced each new 1 member, su mming up his achievements. Scholarship, leadership, service, and character are the traits of a National Honor Society member. This year, twenty-two seniors and fourteen juniors were inducted into Manual ' s chapter on April 25, increasing the membership to fifty-four. The National Honor Society was founded in 1 2 1 in Pennsylvania, but Manual ' s chapter was not esta- blished until 1956. NHS strives to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship throughout a school. Its national scope gives the Honor Society a high significance and an un- usual prestige. The national organization admin- isters a scholarship fund which has provided scholar- ships, awards, and certificates of merit to outstand- ing students going to college. It feels that one of the hopes for better high schools in the future rests on the members of the National Honor Society. All juniors elected must have a grade average of 6.75 and seniors must have a 6.25 average. The membership cannot exceed 3 percent of the junior class or 10 percent of the senior class. Qualified stu- dents are chosen by vote of the faculty. Although some chapters of the National Honor Society are service organizations, Manual ' s chapter is strictly an Honorary and has no activities. The organization ' s insignia is a gold keystone. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — FRONT ROW: Mary )ane Hollcraft, Sally Stephans, Beverly Steele, Beverly Cay, Susan McClaren, Deborah Allanson, Sandy Dunn, Bill Harris, Ester Sobel, Rita Jo Stanger, Rick Foster, Fred Hillan. SECOND ROW: Daisy Mae Smith, Marchita Lemme, Lynn Kinkade, Nancy Norcross, Nancy Lagle, Linda Harkness, June Cook, Patty Koopman, Paul Stroud, Richard Williams, David Darko, Mike Clarke, Robert Heichelbeck, Bruce Arnold. THIRD ROW: Sandee Norris, Carla Rice, Judy Shives, Jan McDanieis, Jennifer Bunch, Marlene Witt, Betty Parrett, Patricia Spain, Nancy Kidd, Ron McBride, John Berry, Jim Maschmeyer, Jerry Hi ll. FOURTH ROW : Mr. Ed Wall, sponsor; Sharon Callahan, Bev Boyd, Diane Eickhoff, Linda Bair, Carol Kortepeter, Susan Huppert, Margaret Coebel, Perry Cobb, Don Townsend, Chuck Todd, Mike McCuire, Steve Susemichel, Karlis Steinmanis, Richard Brown. 28 SAB Devises Behavior Code for Manuatites Secretary Patty Koopman and President Perry Cobb present a PA announcement covering one of the aspects of the " Code of Conduct. " This was one of a series of skits. Manual ' s Student Affairs Board this year reacti- vated the system of having a Student Assembly, representatives and alternates chosen from each Home Room to relay back SAB business. The Student Affairs Board ' s After-Game Dances provided fun for students following basketball games. A roster board, indicating names of basketball players and their fouls, was presented to the school for the gym by the SAB. Manual has two represen tatives in Intra-city Stu- dent Council, which sponsored the annual Sports- manship Contest for the Sectional. This organization arranged exchange speakers for the pre-Sectional pep rallies. Chuck Todd represented Manual. In an effort to make everyone associated with Manual more conscious of proper behavior, the Stu- dent Affairs Board introduced a code of conduct to the school. The idea grew out of suggestions from the faculty ' s annual Bradford Woods Workshop in November. To impress this code, a series of humor- ous PA announcements and skits, written by SAB members, were presented during Home Room to dramatize the importance of our adopting it. SAB has paid expenses for Junior Bill Glass to attend the Student Council Workshop this summer at Indiana University, in the hope that he will bring back many new and different ideas. STUDENT AFFAIRS BOARD — SEATED: Mr. John Patten, sponsor; Darlene Fletcher, Mike McCuire, Perry Cobb, Patty Koopman, Diane Eickhoff, Mr. Robert Doyle. STANDING: Jeanine Kent, Hank Hays, Bill Class, Mike Alte, Ron Christy, Danny Cook, Karlis Steinmanis, John Berry, Mrs. Marilyn Dever. 29 Extroverts among Us Take to Stage, Air Jim Koenig as Mr. McKcevcr vigorously pedals an exercising vehicle in his office in " Solid Cold Cadillac. " Entertainment apprentices learn fundamentals of acting, announcing, make-up, stage production, costuming, lighting, and engineering in National Thespians, Mask and Wig, Radio Club, and Stage Crew. Acting, announcing and record chatting, and setting stages all form a new learning experience. National Thespians, honorary organization in dramatics, presented Agatha Christie ' s mystery, " The Unexpected Guest. " As an added attraction, the actor who portrayed the victim was kept secret from the cast and audience until the actual performance when Mr. Ed Wall, head of the Science Department, took his place on stage as the victim. Combining with Mask and Wig, the Thespians took part in a comedy, " Solid Gold Cadillac. " Mask and Wig also presented a one-act play, " The Val- iant, " a drama depicting the last moments in a mysterious prisoner ' s life. Mr. Fred Bennett spon- sors Thespians, and Miss Athena Chochos, Mask and Wig. Mr. Carl Wright directs the Stage Crew and Stage Craft classes in setting up production of the many stage settings required during a school year. Radio Station WMHS broadcasts event reminders and a variety of music every school morning before classes begin over the intercom system. Several of the engineers have FCC Third Class Radio-Tele- phone licenses with broadcast endorsement. Sponsor of Radio Club is Mr. Malcolm Stern. McKeever, played by Jim Koenig, attracts attention from " Solid Cold Cadillac " members Sharon Callahan, Jan Nolting, Betty Parrett, Chuck Lambuth, Don Townsend, Lynn Kinkade, Don Miller, Chuck Todd, Sharon Dain. and Marchita Lemme. 30 JLv|4- « Chief Engineer David Ford mans controls during the WMHS Morning show. Gerald Sturgeon and Ronald Davis make up the broadcast team that spins discs and puts on announcements to keep Manualites informed on school activities. Mr. Carl Wright, Director of Productions, instructs stage crew members Mike Heavrin, Jerry Hurst, Lloyd Slinkard, and David McCuff how to put the finishing touches to a spaceship, one of the intricate props built for stage productions this year. All action stops in the National Thespian production, " The Unexpected Guest, " as cast members Sally Stephans, Nancy Norcross, Jim Koenig, Don Townsend, Mr. Ed Wall, Sharon Callahan, Ben Schanzel, Lynn Kinkade, Chuck Lambuth, and Lin Ellis pose for Ivian. 31 Four - in- One Band Fills Many ' Shoes ' The Manual Redskin Marching Band completed a successful season by receiving a " first division " rating in the annual marching contest. Led for the third year by Drum Major Diane Eickhoff, the 94- pieee band entertained football fans with their pre- cision half-time shows. The band also participated in [he Veterans ' Day and Christmas Parades. The band was cut to 75 members when concert season began. Under the direction of Mr. William D. Rleyla, the band presented the annual winter concert along- with the Glee Club. Selected members of the band made up the Pep Band and Sta°e Band which aided Manual at has- ketball games and Redskin Revue, respectively. Once again the band took to the field in the spring in preparation for the " 500 " Parade. For 22 seniors, their final concert was commencement. Officers were Relly Glass, captain; Tom Baxter and Silas Rich- ardson, lieutenants; Julie Schulz, secretary; and Sharon Callahan, historian. Wi o m%M ■ Diane Eickhoff, Jan Carrity, Diana Mills, Sharon Callahan, and Barbara Mascoe presented the Colors before the basketball games. Backing them up here is the Pep Band BAND — FRONT ROW: )ena Pearce, Diana Mills, Volly Nelson, Carol Hallock, Dan Hubbs. SECOND ROW: Bob Swope, Steve Snoddy, Jan Angerer, Claudia Flahie, Dan Rauch, Jan Carrity, David Ebbeler, Mary Jo Kinnaman. THIRD ROW: Bill Baron, Sally Stephans, Barbara Mascoe, Janet Brooks, Sharon Callahan, Sherry Smith, Silas Richardson, Jim Butter, David McCuff, Carolyn Booth, Howard Culpepper, Mike Fletcher. FOURTH ROW: Marilynn Coss, Rita Carson, Judy Burnette, Anita Jenkins, Sandra Mussmann, David Henke, David Parkhurst, Lovelia Rogers. Jack Coss, Norma Toon, Arvine Coleman, John Fry, Bill Reed, Ronald Barnes. 32 The Band, led by the strutting twirlers, marched in the annual Veterans ' Day parade under the direction of Drum Major Diane Eickhoff. They preceded Manuals ROTC battalion in the lineup which included all school ROTC units along with regular army personnel and equipment. This is one of the " big " parades for both Band and ROTC. BAND — FRONT ROW: Theresa Comer, Evangeline Baker, Janice Bramlett, Phyllis Pierson, Jeanie Emery. SECOND ROW: Joe Huff, Tom Winkler, Phyllis Christy, Michael Clouse, Dick Sandefur, Diane Eickhoff. THIRD ROW: Eugene Coss, Terry Lewis, Jesse Wheat, Robert Hodge, Linda Cooney, Larry Corn, Dennis McCuff, Linda Medcalf, Pam Medcalf, Mike Hyneman, Julie Schulz. FOURTH ROW: Walter Johnson, Ralph Williams, Mr. William Kleyla, Linda Dunn, Kelly J. Class, Scott Doyle, Tim Chapell, Ron Byers, Mike Wire, James Wilson, Edward Quarles, David Scott, Dan Ryan, Fred Hillan. 33 ' Pajama Game Proves ' Hit ' as Annual Musical; The stage crew spotlighted individual performers as they came up for solos in " Pajama Came. " Here Kenny Eaton sings to Michele Craig, and Linda Ellis, union leader, arbitrates. Soloists from the choir and 21 musicians from the orchestra, making up a " pit orchestra, " presented the musicial show " Pajama Game, " with the help of the entire Music Department. The show was staged November 20 and 21, two big nights— a Manual first. The orchestra and choir, with Glee Club, com- bined their talents to entertain the P-TA at their Ghristmas meeting and Manualites for the vacation- send-off auditorium. Boasting 73 members, the choir sang Ghristmas songs on Monument Circle for WIBC and caroled in several of the downtown stores. The 52-member orchestra played Yuletide music at School 34. The Orchestra performed again for the P-TA in February, entertained on Alumni Night, played at School 65 and on Honors Day. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Dick, these musicians enjoyed a suc- cessful season with Marchita Lemme, president; Larry Manning, vice-president; Connie Goodin, secretary-treasurer; and Nancy Lagle, historian. Mr. Wendell Mertz, decked out in a new red blazer to match the choir ' s robes, led the group as they sang for Schools 72 and 19, and for the P-TA. The Manualaires, 20 songsters from the choir, enter- tained when a small group was needed. Choir of- ficers were Ron Rutherford, president; Judy Shives, vice-president; Nancy Lagle, secretary; Lynn Kink- ade, treasurer; Diane Eickhoff, librarian. Spring concert, May Music Festival, and Vespers found the orchestra and choir together again. Employees of the pajama factory steel themselves against the noise as Jim " Heinze " Koenig prepares to fire at a target at the " Once A Year Day " picnic. It ' s a big time for all union members of the " Sleep-tite Company. " 34 Choir, Orchestra Make Up Nucleus for Comedy ORCHESTRA — FRONT ROW: Marchita Lemme, Debbie Stace, Vicki Dorman, Nancy Lagle. SECOND ROW: Marianne Hedges, Richard Carson, Ramon Toliver, Jr., Melanie Schubert, Barbara Kirkham, Alice Smith, Mary Lynn Yocum, Jan Parrett, Patricia Langford. THIRD ROW: Leona Hofmeister, Debbie Stroud, David Stace, Jim Koenig, Nancy Kidd, Bev Drake, Don Coebel, Judy Lewis, Clifford Allen, Nancy Adams, Pamela Bumpus. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Smith, Sandra Smith, Dan Rauch, David Ebbeler, Jan Carrity, Mary Jo Kinnaman, Joe Huff, Jena Pearce, Diana Mills, Jeanie Emery, Bob Swope, Claudia Flahie, Dick Sandefur, Diane Eickhoff, Julie Schulz, Dennis McCuff, Karen Lowe, Don Young. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Tom Dick, director; Norma Toon, John Fry, Silas Richardson, Jim Butler, David . McCuff, David Scott, Daniel Ryan, Fred Hillan, Ronald Barnes, Linda Dunn, Kelly Class, Connie Coodin, Charles Perry, Larry Manning. CHOIR — FRONT ROW: Mr. Wendell Mertz, director; Bob Robinson, Gerald Beck, JoAnn McCubbins, Charlene Suite, Pat Ballinger, Kathy Bragg, Jennifer Graham, Peggy Haley, Judy Wagstaff, Judy Shives, Lynda Ackerman, Sharon Kemmerer, Vicky Jung, Steve Crubbs, Lynn Kinkade. SECOND ROW: Paulette Brehob, Jim Leonard, Marchita Lemme, Ben Schanzel, Doug Hattabaugh, Mary Civils, Cindy Morgan, Linda Shea, Jim Koenig, Jan Nolting, Nancy Norcross, Kathy Seyfried, Larry Manning, Jeanie Givens, Sharon Callahan, Ken Morwick. THIRD ROW: Nancy Lagle, Sherry Smith, Jan Garrity, Sue Emrich, Sharon Vehling, Dennis Dodd, Dave Freidman, Ron McBride, Marva Meyer, Jerry Smith, Linda Ellis, Dan Kraus, Carla Hancojk, Chuck Bidgood, Kenny Eaton, Rod Iverson, Mike Black- well. FOURTH ROW: Gibby Elrod, Michele Craig, Sharon Dain, Sharon Nelson, Ephiram Arnold Saunders, Mary Jo Kinnaman, Jerry Cloyd, Melanie Schubert, Don Townsend, Sharon Schorwe, Dale Garner, Angie Monroe, Steve Lawrenz, Jerry Peters, Beverly Boyd, Phil Tanasovich, Julie Schulz, Linda Wineinger. 35 Glee Club Girls Harmonize with. New Sponsor For the first time in thirty years, the Girls ' Glee Club began the school year with a new director, Mrs. Maitha Cross. This all-girl vocal group dis- played its talent at many school programs, includ- ing the Christmas and Thanksgiving auditoriums. They were accompanied by Junior Marchita Lemme. They sang several specialty numbers, parodies about Manual ' s " best seller, " in the Ivian subscrip- tion Campaign. They combined with the band for the annual Band-Glee Club Concert. The girls also had a special treat when they doned letter sweaters to sing a group of Christmas numbers during halftime at an Indianapolis Warriors ' foot- ball game at Victory Field. For their performance they received a trophy. The Glee-ettes, a special group composed of the best voices from Glee Club, also performed for com- munity organizations. Decorating the cafeteria to resemble a Swedish Ski Lodge was the Glee Club ' s contribution for the only turn-about dance of the year, " Winter Wonderland. " This dance was spon- sored by all groups of the Music Department. Officers of Glee Club — Judy Hancock, Betty Barkhau, Linda Harkness, Elizabeth Roberts, Charlene Bartram, June Cook — pose with the trophy they received for singing Christmas songs for the Indianapolis Warriors at Victory Field. GLEE CLUB — FRONT ROW: Judy Hancock, Joyce Bothwell, Linda Butterfield, Lura Bishop, Sally Martz, Pat Hair, Kathy Reynolds, Susie Robertson, Lana Harrison, Carolyn Cothron, Linda Harkness, Rachel Roberts, Beverly Hamersley, Pamela Payne. SECOND ROW: Sandy Dunn, Cathy Norman, Joan Damrell, Charlene Bartram, Betty Parrett, Barbara Wheeier, Donna Norman, Darlene Ragsdale, Bev Drake, Janis Angerer, Jill Breeden, Judy Roll, Sandy Cox, Anita June Cook, Marchita Lemme, accompanist, Mrs. Martha Cross, director. THIRD RO W: Phyllis Callaway, Barbara Mascoe, Connie Mercer, Nita Breeden, Janice Clements, Nancy Cooley, Claudia Flahie, Cheri Pardue, Dixie Wilson, Susan Williams, Jessie Waynick, Regina Cox, Nancy Horn, Eva Schurman, Linda Stegemoller, Janice Bramlett, Dee Payne. FOURTH ROW: Martha Taylor, Debbie Barkhau, Pat Roberts, Suzanne Barnes, Linda Dunn, Judy Hansen, Judie Morgan, Sharon Rackley, Mary Ellen Martin, Suzann Andrews, Betty Barkhau, Jan DeArmond, Marilyn Bailey, Jean Reuter, Connie Coss, Pat Freeman, Carol Magerkin, Debbie Rightol. 36 FN A, Red Cross Focus On Careers, Service Investigating careers in the field of health are members of Future Nurses of America. Under the sponsorship of Miss Virginia Edds, the club dressed dolls in the uniforms of doctors, nurses, technicians, and even a Candy Striper, to use to dramatize health careers in displays. Members of the club who are sixteen years old are eligible to work as Candy Stripers. This year ' s girls aided patients at nearby St. Francis Hospital. The purpose of High School Red Cross is to serve others and to develop skills, leadership ability, and civic pride. Members of the Manual chapter began their year of activities at Christmas by packing a party box for children at General Hospital. The girls also put up posters to promote the United Fund Drive. Members did volunteer work at the Indian- apolis Red Cross Chapter House and received pins for 25 or more hours of volunteer work, packing party boxes and clothing for needy persons, and pre- paring center-pieces for hospital parties. Under the guidance of Mrs. Judith Bands, the group has enter- ed the correspondence program of the Red Cross. Choosing Greece as the country, the club will ex- change cultural ideas with a chapter in that country. The officers of the group were Bertha Mille, presi- dent; Rose Milli, vice-president; Kathy Yates, treas- urer; Sheila Bush and Mary Powers, secretaries. FN A officers — Jessie Waynick, secretary; Sharon Rackley, vice- president; Linda Croce, treasurer; and Joan Damrell, president — plan a meeting program on health careers. Linda Croce and Joan Damrell present health careers using FNA- costumed dolls in a display case in the main entrance. This aided the Booster ' s drive against tuberculosis. Bertha Milli, president of High School Red Cross, looks over the map of Greece with club members Sandra Reed and Kathy Yates in preparation for their exchange program. 37 Booster Staff Lives by Weekly Deadlines Booster reporters, posed for the photographer, are Marcia Sublett, Susan Williams, Charlene Suite, Ginger Charnes, Ceorgeanna Lewis, Sally Pullen, and Ruthann Surber. Meeting deadlines to produce twenty four issues of The Manual Booster teaches reporters to take re- sponsibility and to follow through on assignments. For the staff, the year has been one of real cam- paigning. It included the Booster ' s " all-out-war on wreckless driving " which ran through four consecu- tive issues, a trophy-winning edition urging students to protect themselves against tuberculosis and to look into Health Careers, and the successful end of a 10-year editorial campaign for a footbridge across Pleasant Run at Ransdell Street. The Booster also added a sixth " George Wash- ington Honor Medal " to its display of Valley Forge Freedoms Foundation Awards. This was for an ed- itorial promoting the American way of life, and it also carried a check for fifty dollars. A red Christmas issue, a new column " Suite Talk, " the sportswriters coverage of our " Top Ten " ranked basketball team, the usual colorful writing about Redskin Revue, all spiced up the year ' s activities. Editors and reporters, using skills gained in Cub Club, journalism classes, and Indiana University Institutes, look back on a year filled with both work and the excitement of getting the week ' s news into print. From Monday ' s new assignments to the Fri- day afternoon phone call, " This is Manual— our copy ' s ready, " the Booster office is a center of real school spirit, with its staff members following their editorial policy— " boosting. " Meeting with the editors to discuss assignments are (seated) Linda Ellis, Jim Koenig, page two editor, Patty Koopman, editoi -in-chief, (standing) Susan Ellis, page four editor, Bev Boyd, Dick Dillon, Lynn Kinkade, sports editor, Barbara Mascoe, Bob Smithers, Sharon Dam, and Sally Stephans. 38 Helping Joe Huff, center, prepare wrappers for mailing Boosters are Pam Medcalf, Ben Schanzel, Don Goebel, and Kathy DeWitt. More than 150 copies are mailed out each week. Cub Club ' Preps ' Freshmen for Staff Cub Club for freshmen organizes each semester to " ive " basic training " to newcomers interested in writing. At their weekly meetings, Cubs learn to read galleys, correct proofs, and to do a bit of news- writing. Identification tests on school personnel are a regular activity. Each semester the Cubs tackle a feature story together. Gathered around for a proof reading session are (seated) Ray Bowsum, Susan LaFara, Judy Lewis, Phyllis Stroud, (standing) Patty Cox, Steve Hartsock, Arleen McKinney, Dawn Hubbs, and Ronnie Davis. Cub Club in session around the table are Dawn Hubbs, Phyllis Stroud, Ray Bowsum, Judy Lewis, Miss Janet Eberle, sponsor; Ronald Davis, Susan LaFara, Steve Pieper, John Jones, (standing) Steve Hartsock, Dale Grant, Arleen McKinney, and Don Coebel. Ivian Preserves History of the Year for Us Ivian Editor Nancy Lagle confers with Julie Schulz, assistant editor; Dennis Bruns, advertising manager; and Beverly Steele, art editor, about ideas for drawings for " dividers. " Watching the yearbook grow from just an idea to a finished book, bound in its own hard cover, puts everyone associated with it in a really satisfied mood with justified pride. With the reputation Manual ' s Ivian has built up — the last seven books ' having won the " All-American " rating from the National Scholastic Press Association — all staff members were on their toes to give this ' 65 edition their best efforts. Preliminary work on the 1965 Ivian began last summer when Editor Nancy Lagle, Assistant Editor Julie Schulz, Advertising Manager Dennis Bruns, and Photographer Phil Tanasovich spent two weeks at Indiana University attending the High School Journalism Institute. Mrs. Jane Gable, Director of Publications, was a member of the faculty. They got an over-all view of " blue-printing " a yearbook to make it present the whole story of the year. The yearbook campaign got into full swing with the nomination of the Ivian as " Book of the Year " at the " political " convention in an auditorium. This Kathleen Wynalda, Beverly Boyd, and Linda Scheier plan informal pictures for the underclass section of the Ivian. Nancy Norcross and Debbie Stace were responsible for lining up and getting the " dope " on all members of the Senior Class. kicked off the sales campaign so covers could be ordered by the December 15 deadline. Inside the Ivian go all the ingredients of the school year. Since teaching academics is the main function of a school, this section of the yearbook is most important; and every department is represent- ed through pictures and copy. Our classroom work is supplemented by activities in clubs, honoraries, and music organizations. Varsity, reserve, and freshmen teams in the ath- letic department are all in the yearbook. Sports- writers keep busy following all athletic contests, to keep accurate records up to date. Advertising, important in helping pay expenses, also makes the Ivian a community-wide publication. As the final deadline approached, the staff added work-Saturdays and the " Many Moods of Manual " became this permanent book, the 1965 Ivian. 40 Chief Photographer Bob LaFara di:cusses the staff ' s new-this- year Mamiya Camera with Phil Tanasovich, Dale Grant, and Chris Wodtke. These boys took most of the pictures in this book with this camera and the trusty old Graphic. A three-in-one team are these three sports writers: Lynn Kinkade, at the typewriter, David Stace, and Dick Dillon. They take care of the sports page of the Booster, the athletic section of The Ivian, and correspondence for city papers. QUILL AND SCROLL — SEATED: Donna Black and Patty Koopman. STANDING: Nancy Lagle, Julie Schulz, Charlene Suite, Chuck Lambuth, Linda Ellis, Dick Dillon, Jim Koenig, Bob LaFara, Susan Ellis, Bev Boyd, Kathleen Wynalda. Others are Lynn Kinkade and Dan Ryan. To be elected to this honorary, a person must be a junior and a " year-old " staffer. 41 Citizen ' s League, Debaters Study Civic Problems , • fif Mounting an Indiana sesquicentennial plate are Citizens ' League members Merilyn Overton, David Parkhurst, Gloria Alstott, Inge Hildebrandt, and Mr. LeRoy Heminger, sponsor. The club sold them for the State Historical Society. The purpose of Citizen ' s League is to create a greater insight into Social Studies. Under the new sponsorship of Mr. LeRoy Heminger, the club began its activities by welcoming back Mrs. Coral Black, former Manual teacher, to show slides and lecture on her trip to Africa. Later in the year the club viewed Mr. Walter Floyd ' s films of Hawaii. Field trips were made to the new Indianapolis jail and municipal Courts, and spring vacation, to New Harmony, Vincennes, and Anger Mounds. Members of Citizen ' s League helped to celebrate the sesquicentennial of Indiana by selling commemo- rative car plates for the Indiana Historical Society. The group also served at the Social Studies Honors Day. Officers of the club were Mary Jane Hollcraft, president; Jan McDaniels, vice-president; Kathleen Mailing, secretary; David Parkhurst, treasurer. The debate club, in its second year under the sponsorship of Mr. James Kastetter, participated in the activities of the Marion County Debate League which includes all Marion county public and paro- chial schools. Officers were Chuck Todd, president; Kenny Eaton, vice-president; Esther Sobel, secretary; and Danny Krauss, treasurer. Debate Team, prepared to a.gue both the affirmative and the negative, are Mr. James Kastetter, sponsor, Bonnie Roe, Chuck Todd, Esther Sobel, and Don Switzer, with their " debate boxes " containing source materials, clippings and notes on their current topic for debate competition. 42 Math., Science Attract Logical Thinkers Mr. Harold Baumer, sponsor of the Math Club, goes over a problem with Rick Foster, Linda Bair, and jeanine Kent, who will present it to the club for a meeting program. Students who find a special interest in math and science can further their studies and investigations by attending math or science club. Members of the Math Club discuss difficult prob- lems with Mr. Harold Baumer, sponsor, at their after-school meetings. Reports are also given by in- dividual students to the club on the various phases of math. One such was on the " Digital Computer. " Officers of the club were Jim Hancock, president; Linda Bair, vice-president; Rick Foster, treasurer; and Ruthann Surber, secretary. The Science Club meets each Saturday morning from 9:00 - 11:00. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Wayne Dunbar and Mr. David Otto, students inter- ested in the biological, chemical, or physical aspects of science, work on individual projects; or they can also work on their term projects for class. Once a month a film or speaker is planned of general inter- est to members. Presiding as officers were Don Townsend, president; Esther Sobel, vice-president; and Patty Koopman, secretary-treasurer. Many projects were completed by these " six-day " pupils for the all-school Projects Fair in June. Watching Volly Nelson record data from her Science Club project are Marcia Sublet (seated), Peggy Brown, David Srace, Steve Nordholt, Toby Monroe, Ralph Williams, Don Townsend, and Mr. David Otto, co-sponsor of the group with Mr. Wayne Dunbar. 43 FTA officers Susann Barnes, historian; Barbara Dale, treasurer; Ginger Davis, president; Marcia Sublett, program chairman; Esther Sobel, vice-president; and Martha Taylor, secretary, meet to plan a program for a meeting. Tri-Hi-Y members Nancy Bauer, Carolyn Booth, Nancy Lagle, president; and Susan Menges look over costumes from the countries they will represent in the Model United Nations at the State House to plan their outfits for the banquet. FTA, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Set Initial Experiences FTA, Tri-Hi-Y, and Y-Teens offer students new experiences in many fields. Striving to inform members about a teaching career, the Future Teachers of America conducted informal panels concerning teaching opportunities and salaries. FTA encourages members to take Cadet Teaching to gain first hand experience in front of a class to help them decide whether or not they want to go into the profession. The Model United Nations is an interesting ex- perience for Tri-Hi-Y members. The Model UN, sponsored by the YMCA, meets in the State House Senate Chambers for mock sessions. Two students represent a country, dressing in its costume and feigning the views of that country. Members also serve at the Fall Athletic Banquet. Among the activities of Y-Teens was making tray favors, collecting magazines, and furnishing bingo prizes for Central State Hospital. Under the spon- sorship of Miss Wilma Garrity, the club conducted discussions on " dating— do ' s and don ' ts. " They plan to send a delegate to the leadership conference at Lake Wawasee in June and to the National Confer- ence at Washington, D.C. in August. The members chosen to represent Manual at these meetings will bring back ideas for next year ' s activities. Glancing through the list of items to be given to Central State Hospital are Y-Teen Members Emily Daly, treasurer; Mary Mattox, Barbara Comer, Sally Olds, president; Aileen McKinney, records; Sally Stephans, and Carolyn Clinard. 44 Clubs Practice Crafts for Pleasure, Profit Making the homecoming crowns was the first proj- ect of the Craft Arts Club. Before Christmas, mem- bers concentrated on styling jewelry, ceramics, place mats, and other items for gifts. Under the sponsor- ship of Mrs. Mildred Haskens. the craftsters finished the year designing and producing a stained glass window to mount against the glass-block wall of the main stairway. Officers of the club were President Donna Neal, Vice-president Cathy Hafer, Secretary Beverly Steele, and Treasurer Vicky Jung. Chairman of the workshop is Larry Carr. The Future Printers, a career-centered club, gave its members the advantage of professional speakers and field trips to printing companies and related industries. The club visited Liberty Printing Com- pany, owned by Jim Wallace, last year ' s club presi- dent. With the help of Mr. Marvin Thorpe and Mr. John Easley, sponsors, the club printed tickets and programs for various school activities. They did the silk screening of the Redskin Revue poster, designed by Beverly Steele of the Craft Arts Club. Printing Club officers are President Tom Canida, Vice- presidents Dave Steele and Jim Creen, Secretary Doug McCrady, and Treasurer Bill Price. New crowns for Homecoming were made by Craft Arts Club. Here Beverly Steele and Vicky Jung put finishing touches to the royal head gear as Don Miller, Cathy Hafer, and Donna Neal select " jewels " from the club ' s stock of " discards. " Mr. Marvin Thorpe, sponsor, inspects a finished sample of the work of Future Printers Club members — Troy Bailey, Jim Creen, Mike Bird, Tom Creen, Keith Waskom, and Doug McCrady who are silk screening posters for the Redskin Revue. The group printed some fifty of the posters. 45 Sports f II lotiuate Spirited II IHoodc T T Ad With teams like the football and basketball squads we have had this year, Manual sports have been furious, frantic, and fun. We Manualites have basked in victories and enjoyed many r an evening of exciting competition. We are avid Redskin rooters and love the togetherness we feel at these games. However, win or lose, our Redskins are always " good sports " ; and we, our alums, and our parents find ourselves motivated by them to a spirited mood for fair play and competition. Redskin Gridders Push, to Winning Season Junior Quarterback Ron McBride demonstrates his versatility after he has been forced to run with the ball by evading Broad Ripple tacklers in the Homecoming game. Manual ' s Ellismen started slow, but finally caught fire, and blazed through a tough schedule to earn a 5-4 season record. The Redmen scalped Howe, Tech, Broad Ripple, Southport, and Wood. Jerry Lewis became the first athlete in recent Manual history to win the coveted MVP award for the second year in a row. Lewis received a berth on the All-City team while Paul Stroud, Charles Maxey, Don Silas, and Ron McBride earned honorable men- tions. Lewis placed ninth in the city scoring with 49 tallies, and Junior Joe Norris scored 36 points to earn sixteenth place on the Honor Roll. Sacred Heart started the season by convincing the Redskins in a pre-school game, 33-13. Washington came next and stopped the Redmen, 20-7. Quarter- back Ron McBride tallied all seven points. Manual blasted into the win column by demolishing Howe ' s Hornets, 37-0. Joe Norris romped for 18 points to lead the Redskin offense that piled up 359 yards rushino. Cathedral ' s Irish found rough sroino- when they clashed with Manual, but finally nipped the Redmen, 14-7 with a fourth quarter TD. The Redskins whipped Tech 14-0 for the second win of the season. Manual stymied Broad Ripple, 12-7 before the Homecoming crowd. The Rockets were once rated fourth in the state. Southport was undefeated until the Redmen devoured them, 20-0 hy rolling up 241 yards to the Cardinal ' s 87. Tension mounts and spirit hits a fever pitch in the Manual stands as the team pauses for a pre-game huddle in which the whole " bench " partici- pates. The starters go from the hud- dle to the field for the kick-off. 48 This Ripple tackier was too late to keep Jerry Lewis from making the winning touchdown in the Home- coming game. It resulted from a twenty-two yard sprint. Wood fell fifth victim to Manual, 33-14, in Manual ' s final home game. Manual traveled to Lafayette for the final game and lost to the Bronchos, 39-26, in a hard-fought battle. Manual ' s 1966 football squad will have plenty of replacing to do when the following senior letter- men graduate: Mike Ridenour, Richard Wessel, Jerry Lewis, Ed McKinney, Charles Maxey, Don Van Der Moere, Ben Patrick, Bob Taylor, Paul Stroud, Allen Culpepper, and Chuck Todd. Manual Opponents 13 Sacred Heart 33 7 Washington 20 37 Howe 7 Cathedral 14 14 Tech 12 Broad Ripple 7 20 Southport 6 33 Wood 14 26 Lafayette 39 VARSITY FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: John Berry, manager; Mike Ridenour, Richard Wessel, Jerry Lewis, Ed McKinney, Charles Maxey, Don Van Der Moere, Ben Patrick, Bob Taylor, Paul Stroud, Allen Culpepper, John Cox, manager. BACK ROW: Coach " Mo " Moriarty, Dennis Dodd, Comer Hili, Michael Clouse, Charles Bidgood, Bill Norris, Frank Schilling, Charles Cummings, Ron McBride, Bill Taylor, Don Silas, Austin Wathen, Steve Stuard, Coach Noah Ellis. 49 Reserves and Freshmen Gain Experience RESERVE FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: James Maschmeyer, Ed Long well, Bob Robinson, Mike Rafferty, Floyd Foist, Danny Cook, Ed Kortepeter, Mike Creek, Bill Bryant, David Steele, student manager. BACK ROW: James Tyreene, Bill Glass, Guy Ammerman, John Conlin, Doug Hattabaugh, Rick Sipes, Greg Hillan, Marlowe Mullen, Ed Paasch, Ken Morwick, Coach Jack Johns. Manual ' s Reserves found the schedule a little tough as they fought to a 2-4-1 season record. Manual battled Howe to a 6-6 tie, but forged into the win column by blasting Washington 14-0. Cathedral smacked the Redmen 14-0 for the first loss. The Redmen hosted Southport and scalped the Redbirds, 33-21, in a wide open game. Tech handed the Red- skins their second loss, 14-0, and Broad Ripple nip- ped Manual, 19-13. Manual trekked to Southport for a rematch and lost the tilt, 13-0. Duplicating the Redskin Reserves ' season of 2-4-1, Manual ' s Freshmen Gridmen often found only one touchdown between them and their opponent. After a forfeit from Sacred Heart, the frosh bowed to Washington, 7-13, and to Howe, 0-7. The frosh push- ed into the win column by defeating Tech, 7-0. Cathedral and Broad Ripple dropped the frosh in their fourth and fifth games, 0-7 and 0-20. Blasting Perry East, 40-0, the Redmen bounced back into the win column, but then battled Wood to a 6-6 tie. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL — FRONT ROW: Dale Dodd, John Reese, managers. SECOND ROW: Rocky Davis, Robert Fouts, Jim Shadbolt, Mike Klinge, Kenny Martz, Gary Simpson, Ed Coonfield, Eugene Goss, Ronnie Christy, Jay Southerland. THIRD ROW: Coach Ray Schultz, Butch Umbreit, Mike Anderson, Ricky Toliver, Terry Caine, Richard Lloyd, Bill Lloyd, Jim McDonald, Jim Shirley, Larry Eby, Chuck Pedistow, Coach Al Pike. BACK ROW: Allen Sparks, Rick Laue, Larry Morwick, Sam Huttins, Dave Vanjelgerhuis, Leonard Brown, Tim Chapell, Thornton Norton, Carl Clark, Gary Sampson, Joe Quassy. Harrier men Outdistance Eight in Sectional Doug Nave, Merrell Owen, Lynn Kinkade, Darrell Owen, Jerry Peters, and Richard Newkirk display their cross country skills as they warm up before a varsity meet. Only Kinkade and Merrell and Darrell Owen will be lost by graduation. Manual ' s ' 64 Harrier Squad capped the cross country season by outrunning eight teams in the Southport Sectional to gain seventh place. Manual got off to a slow start in the first meet, the Washington Invitational, as they scored 225 points to gain eighth place compared to winner Washington ' s low score of 48. The Redskins fell to North Central and Broad Ripple in a three-way meet at North Central. Manual ' s harriermen never reached par as they ran to 15th place in the South- port Invitational. The Redmen tied for ninth in the Howe Invitational and wound up 20th at the Shortridge Invitational. Coach Jack Foster ' s harriers earned seventh place in the City Meet at South Grove. The Cathedral- Wood-Manual meet proved to be Manual ' s best as they outdistanced Wood but fell to Cathedral by only two points. Manual ' s Reserves beat Cathedral ' s Irish for their only win and captured seventh place in the Reserve City Meet. Coach Foster ' s Redskins will be minus five Har- riers as graduation calls on Seniors Tom Roberts, Don Townsend, Lynn Kinkade, and the Owen twins, Merrell and Darrell. Manual will retain two lettermen, Richard New- kirk and Doug Nave, to spark next year ' s squad. CROSS COUNTRY— FRONT ROW: Dave Young, Sam Wheeler, Steve Hord, Kim Richards, Walt Jimison. SECOND ROW: Walter Trammell, Tom Roberts, Rick Newkirk, Lynn Kinkade, Mike Hedges, Dietrich Wodarz. BACK ROW: Merrell Owen, Doug Sandefur, Darrell Owen, Doug Nave, Jerry Peters, Coach Jack Foster. 51 Coach Foster ' s Matmen Sport 8-6 Record The 1965 Varsity Wrestlers chose Don VanDer- Moere as their Most Valuable Player. Don emerged victorious from the Washington Sectional by defeat- ing all other grapplers in the 165-pound class. Don also captured third place in the City Meet and scored a total of 46 points all season. Nelson Samples took, honors for scoring the most points during the season by tallying 71 points with a 13-1 season slate. Samples, only a junior, placed second in the Sectional and copped second position in the City Meet in the 95-pound class. The Redskins finished with an 8-6 season record and placed fifth in the City Meet while grabbing seventh place in the Washington Sectional. Only five seniors will be lost by graduation. Manual Opponents 36 Northwest 13 27 Scecina 17 30 Wood 28 13 Arlington 37 31 Broad Ripple 21 16 Tech 30 31 Howe 16 27 Franklin Central 26 22 Washington 20 29 Decatur Central 20 8 Southport 34 25 Cathedral 28 6 North Central 38 12 Shortridge 35 Senior Paul Stroud, in top picture, eyes his opponent preparing a takedown attempt. Nelson Samples demonstrates a hold he used to make him top man on the Varsity squad. And bottom, Don Silas muscles his way around an opponent. VARSITY WRESTLINC— FRONT ROW: Coach )ack Foster, Nelson Samples, Bob Stout, Steve Hord, Mike Clarke, Ed McKinney, Steve Norn ' s. SECOND ROW: Mike Ridenour, Mar- lowe Mullen, Pat Clarke, Paul Stroud, Don Van Der Moere, Don Silas, Steve Price. 52 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Sue Huppert, Nancy Kidd, Jean Reuter, Captain Linda Harkness, and Debbie Allanson — led the cheering sections to spur the Redskins to winning seasons. Varsity Gats Aid Cheer-y Mood Buckskin-clad Connie Coss is mascot. RESERVE WRESTLING — FRONT ROW: Paul Clarke, Gary Lock, Tom Ridenour, Gary Royalty, David Young, Leon Humphrey, Reserve Coach Al Pike. SECOND ROW: Richard Lloyd, Henry Dobbs, Charles Cummings, John Conlin, Gary Sparks, Wayne Mascher, Freshman Coach Lee Walter, Donald Ward. THIRD ROW: Jim Shadbolt, Ward Horn, Terry Gingles, Kenny Martz, Danny Lynch, Bill Lloyd, Robert Chaszar, Kenny Fikes. FOURTH ROW: Fred Robison, Larry Davis, Aubrey Davis, Gary Paddock, Terry Caine, Darryl Simpson, Steve Pollard, David Hoyt, Allen Sparks, Craig Wyatt. 53 Serendipity of Net Team Brings Tkrilts Galore Mike Hargraves, Manual ' s Most Valuable Player, drives for a layup shot against Columbus showing the techniques that helped him earn a berth on the All-Sectional team. Charlie Wood flips the ball between two Southport defenders after he slipped through to the bucket. His ability to seemingly be everywhere at once delighted Manual fans. 54 Coach Woody McBride took over the reins as head basketball coach this year and guided the team to one of the most successful years in Manual ' s history with a 20-3 season. The Redmen impressed reporters who kept them in the state ' s top ten throughout the season, at one point rating us second. The Redskins broke a five-year jinx by Cathedral in the season ' s first game by smashing the Irish, 73-49. Charles Wood and Larry Smith tallied 49 points between them to equal Cathedral ' s score. The Redmen then bombed Sacred Heart, 91-64, scoring the largest output of the season. Hot Man- ual melted cold Terre Haute Gerstmeyer, 70-41, and romped over New Albany, 79-54. Columbus brought a 47-game winning streak to Manual and saw it snapped by the Redskins, 79-71. The ' Skins cooled Wood, 74-62, by outshooting the Woodchucks to overcome their height. Manual mutilated Lawrence Central, 80-39, on .500 shooting with Hargrave ' s season high of 29 points. Next tenacious Ben Davis fell to the Redmen, 76-61. Second-rated Washing-ton and seventh-rated Man- ual clashed at Indiana Central before a packed gym. Manual swished a .516 percentage and ripped open Washington ' s zone press to down the previously un- defeated Continentals, 76-69. Hargraves again bit for 29 points, and Smith tallied 22. Richard Cooper goes high for a rebound as he outjumps a Scecina player in a scrap for the ball. Manual won 67-61. ' Woody ' s Wonders ' Hit HighScoring20-3 State Broad Ripple, hosting Manual in their 1,500-seat gym, fought the roughest game yet before the Red- men pulled it out, 64-60. Next North Central fell to the Redskins at Indiana Central, 84-66. Manual stomped Sacred Heart, 76-43, in the City Tourney to tally their twelfth win, but lost to strong Wood, 73-70— first loss of the year. The Redmen clubbed Arlington, 80-56, and then were upset by aggressive Tech, 71-59. Once rated first in the county, Warren Central met a resound- ing defeat by the Redmen, 82-59. Shortridge also tasted the Redskin ' s kind of ball as they fell, 70-54. Highly touted Howe fell to Manual 66-60. The Scecina Crusaders almost pulled an upset before the cold Redmen rallied to win, 67-61. Southside rival Southport provided a tough tilt but lost, 82-70. The Cardinals built a 12-point lead in the second quarter, only to have Manual roar back out front the rest of the way. VARSITY BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Student Manager |ohn Berry, Larry Smith, Bob Percifield, Charles Wood, Bill Taylor. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Fred Belser, Ron McBride, Richard Cooper, Perry Cobb, Austin Wathen. THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach Howard Dardeen, Mike McCuire, Karlis Steinmanis, Mike McCray, Mike Hargraves, Varsity Coach " Woody " McBride. Big Mike Har graves Receives MVP Trophy A Columbus defender makes a futile attempt to stop Larry Smith as he tries a layup. Larry outjumped many big fellows. Manual Opponent 73 Cathedral 49 91 Sacred Heart 64 70 Cerstmeyer 41 79 New Albany 54 79 Columbus 71 74 Wood 62 80 Lawrence Central 39 76 Ben Davis 61 76 Washington 69 64 Broad Ripple 60 84 North Central 66 76 Sacred Heart (City Tourney) 43 70 Wood (City Tourney) 73 80 Arlington 56 59 Tech 71 82 Warren Central 59 70 Shortridge 54 66 Howe 60 67 Scecina 61 82 Southport 70 69 Beech Grove (Sectionzl) 61 75 Wood (Sectional) 70 61 Washington (Sectional) 67 Manual entered the Southport Sectional, called the toughest in the state by many sportswriters, and won the first game, 69-61, over Beech Grove. The Redskins then met Wood and avenged an earier loss in a real barnburner, 75-70. This was Manual ' s only overtime contest of the season. Washington ' s highly ranked Continentals avenged a loss to Manual earlier in the season and finally stopped the ' Skins ' streak, 67-61. Manual held a 85-33 halftime lead but couldn ' t hang on as the Continentals opened a six-point lead in the fourth quarter. Washington upped the lead to eight points, and Manual showed the attributes of a great team as they never gave up. Perry Cobb hit a bucket at the gun to cut the lead to six. Mike Hargraves won the MVP award, and Larry Smith copped the free throw percentage trophy. All five senior starters averaged in double figures throughout the season to produce the balanced scor- ing attack which wins games. Coach McBride will lose Hargraves, Smith, Wood, Cobb, Richard Coop- er, Mike McCray, and Mike McGuire hy graduation. Perry Cobb overjumps a Columbus Bulldog in swishing another two points. Manual stopped Columbus ' 47-game winning streak. 56 Underclassmen Prepare for ' 66 Play RESERVE BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Steve Stuard, Louis Meo, Jerry Humphrey, Manager Larry Day. SECOND ROW: Manager Mike Shockley, Steve Land, Roger McDonald, Mike Bottoms, Coach Howard Dardeen. THIRD ROW: Jerry Peters, Phil Warren, Ralph Williams, Billy Joe Norn ' s, Steve Snoddy. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Manager Dale Dodd, Jim Trowbridge, Bill O ' Neal, Walter Jimison, Manager Paul Mikus. SECOND ROW: Sam Hutton, Larry Morwick, Mike Klinge, Jim McDonald, Alan ]zy. THIRD ROW: Dave Vanjelgerhuis, Dave Daniels, Jim Eustace, Jim Hammond, Coach Fred Belser. s 34 ffl Bill Jones Paces Tracksters to 10-4 Record Sectional Shot-put Champion Mike Hargraves shows the con- centration and form which enables him to heave the shot 52 ' 6 " , Bill Jones, voted Most Valuable by his team- mates, received a bronze medal from the Chamber of Commerce for outstanding achievement in track. Setting two new records and sharing in a third, Jones led the ' Skins to a 10-4 record. The cindermen com- piled 34 points in the City Meet to tie for third with Shortridge. Bill outclassed all opponents as he won three events — both high and low hurdles and 440. He set new school records of 20.1 seconds in the low hurdles and 50.8 seconds in the 440. Richard Cooper provided the only other first for Manual by jumping 6 ' li £ " in the high jump. Coach " Mo " Moriarty ' s tracksters grabbed third place in the Sectional with 28 tallies. Jones captured the hig;h and low hurdles, and the 440. Mike Har- graves won the shot-put with a heave of 52 ' 6 " . Joe Norris earned a second in the 220; Ed Norris, third in the broad jump; and Louis Milli, second in high jump. Bill Jones earned Manual ' s only point in the Regional as he took a fourth in the low hurdles. Manual seized two medals in the Hoosier Re- lays. Cooper placed fourth in the high jump as he bettered more than 100 contestants. Bill Pillow gain- ed a tie for fourth place in the broad jump. Manual ' s 880 relay team, consisting of Joe Nor- ris, Mike Hargraves, Richard Cooper, and Bill Jones set a new school record of 1:35.2. Freshman Bob Brown shattered the freshman mile record as he circuited the track in 4:50.6. Don Silas bettered the freshman shot-put record with a 42 ' heave. Seniors graduating were Bill Jones, Harold Brown, Larry Johnson, Louis Milli, Terry Jinks, Ed Norris, Ralph Shannon, Bill Pillow, Steve Adams, Lester Lull, and Student Manager Jim Arnold. Bill Jones, Richard Cooper, Mike Har- ' graves, and Joe Norris make up the 880 relay team that set a new school record of 1 :35.2. Only Bill )ones was lost by graduation. :„s VARSITY TRACK — FRONT ROW: Fred Chestnut, David Young, Doug Nave, Randy Strait, Richard Newkirk, Larry Johnson, Hank Hays, Richard Wessel, Tom Roberts, Ben Patrick, Ed McKinney, Ralph Shannon, Austin Wathen, John Stainbrook, Marlowe Mullen. SECOND ROW: Student Manager Jim Arnold, John Berry, Bob Robinson, Chuck Todd, Harold Brown, Lynn Kinkade, Jim Masch- meyer, Steve Archer, Bernie Cox, Eddie Norris, Arvine Coleman, Richard Cooper, Jerry Lewis, Ron McBride, Merrell Owen, Jim Wood, Darrell Owen. THIRD ROW: Assistant Coach Howard Dardeen, Dennis Dodd, Cibby Elrod, Charles Bidgood. Terry Jinks, Bill Class, Louis Milli, Mike Hargraves, Bill Jones, Bill Norris, Lester Lull, John Sterling, Dave Paterson, Mike Mager, Kenny Short, Terry Clugs- ton, Student Manager John Cox, Student Manager Steve Voelkler, Coach " Mo " Moriarty. Manual Opponents 94 1 2 Bloomington U. -Mitchell 20 1 2-25 84 76 1 2 84 56 71 Scecina 25 Lawrence Central 32 1 2 Chartrand 25 Wood 53 Cathedral 38 53 14 15 Ben Davis 55 1 15 50 1 2 70 69 51 96 86 45 Southport 58 1 2 Columbus 39 Brownsburg 40 Howe 58 Broad Ripple 13 Warren Central 23 Washington 64 Bill Pillow uncorks the power in his legs to show bettered nearly 100 jumpers in the Hoosier Relay. how he FRESHMAN TRACK — Student Manager Jerry Kelley. FRONT ROW: Jerry Humphrey, Ray Smith, Randy Pate, John McQueeney, Kim Richards, Eric Brown, Don Stapert, Bob Canter, David Steele, George Payne, Jim Mascher, Clyde Garner, Bill Bryant. SECOND ROW: Comer Hill, Greg Hillan, Joe Myer, Bob Brown, Phil Warren, Ralph Williams, Steve Price, Don Silas, Doug Hattabaugh, Dick Sandefur, David Potter, Danny Cook. jblA w fl ■ I (I i iL r HH -HBfc: ram mm %msm mmm mm mm «■ p» MVP Tom Canida is seen above in his favorite batting stance that yielded him several home runs for the season. Diamondmen Blow Hot ToClose ' 64Season,8-7 Last spring ' s Varsity Diamondmen started off with a win but then had their tips and downs. How- ever, they won their last three contests to finish with a winning 8-7 season. Coached by former Man- ual faculty member Mr. Gene Harvey, the ' Skins won their first game 12-2 over Brownsburg but lost the next four in a row to Arlington, Warren Central, Ben Davis, and Bloomington University, respectively. The Redmen ' s luck changed for the better though when they tripped tough rival Southport 6-4. The high spirit lasted just a short while because the Redmen were downed by Washington and Cathedral each with one-run wins. Harvey ' s Red- men quickly recovered and went on to win six of their remaining seven games. Sacred Heart fell 4-0, Carmel 14-2, and Brownsburg 4-3 to the Harveymen before they lost to Tech. The " A " squad finished with wins over Scecina, Wood, and Howe. Ron Drahos was the leading hurler and Bill Harris finished with the highest batting average and fewest strike-outs on the squad. Tom Canida was voted MVP by his teammates for hard work both on the field and at the plate. Mike Glenn, Dan Nicoson, Larry Markle, Denzil Throckmorton, Vic Jacobs, and Ron Drahos were lost from the ' 64 squad by graduation. Manual 12 Brownsburg 2 2 Arlington 5 Warren Central 1 2 Ben Davis 4 2 Bloomington, U. 6 6 Southport 4 1 Washington 2 2 Cathedral 3 4 Sacred Heart 14 Carmel 2 4 Brownsburg 3 Opponent Denzil Throckmorton, Tom Haapla, Larry Markle, and Ron Drahos help Manual finish with a winning 9-8 season. Tom and Ron each pitched many no-hit and errorless innings. ' ►X VARSITY BASEBALL— FRONT ROW: Mike Glenn, Bill Peters, Dan Nicoson, Mike Weidman, Bill Harris. SECOND ROW: Tom Haapla, Larry Markle, Denzil Throckmorton, Tom Canida. THIRD ROW: Student Manager Don Townsend, Vic Jacobs, Mike McGuire, Ron Drahos, Perry Cobb, Coach Gene Harvey. RESERVE BASEBALL— FRONT ROW: Carl Agee, Paul Patterson, Dick Lovett, Coach Dee Compton. SECOND ROW: Mike Alte, Dick Marshall, Jerry Smith, Danny Beers, Bill Taylor. THIRD ROW: Karlis Steinmanis, Frank Schilling, Roger Mankedick, Bob Short, Richard Brown. FRESHMAN BASEBALL — FRONT ROW: Ron Widner, Steve Norris, Ed Kortepeter, Chuck Mittman, Mike Rafferty. SECOND ROW: Steve Stuard, Bob Westerfield, Tom Briggs, Rusty Saltzman, Mike Bottoms. THIRD ROW: Student Manager Eric Cox, Ricky Sipes, Steve Snoddy, Ken Morwick, Jerry Peters, Coach Al Pike. 61 Golf, Tennis Post Most Successful Year Yet Coach Oral Bridgford ' s Golfmen finished the 1964 season with a 15-2-3 record to make one of the best showings of golf teams in Manual ' s history. The Linksmen entered the City Meet and emerg- ed with a tie for second-place honors behind cham- pion Broad Ripple. Manual gained success in more tournament play as they placed third in the Sectional by bettering 31 of the 34 teams competing. The Divotmen continued to the State Meet and captured 13th place in the State out of 19 teams. Bob Percifield, a sophomore lettermen, tallied the best score of the year, a 34 fo r nine holes. Junior Terry Hook maintained a 38 average, the best for the season. Only Norm Fuchs and Roger Day graduate as three of the five lettermen return for the 1965 team. Seniors Ron Rae and Gene Voelkel led Manual ' s Tennismen to a 12-4 season record, the best since the team was formed. The Racketmen placed third in the city with an 11-2 city record. Ron won the MVP award for the second year in a row and compiled the best singles record for the season, 14-4. Ron earned All-City rating as he placed second in the City number-one-man singles. Gene compiled a 14-5 record and grabbed a berth on All- City team. Both Ron and Gene had winning streaks of ten wins in a row. Gene Voelkel, serving, and Ron Rae compiled a 12-6 record as Manual ' s " first " doubles team. Ron was elected MVP. The Netmen lose Rae, Voelkel, Bob Whitson, Gerard Gennrich, Charlie Overton, Tom Hayworth, and Bob Tiffany by graduation. Only lettermen who returned for the 1965 racket squad were Sophomores Bob VanNoy and John Hartman. GOLF TEAM — FRONT ROW: Fred Hillan, Norman Fuchs, Roger Day. BACK ROW. Coach Oral Bridgford, Steve Williams, Bob Percifield, Terry Hook. TENNIS TEAM — FRONT ROW: Gerhard Gennrich, Danny Krauss, Dennis Bruns, John Hartman. BACK ROW: Coach Leland Walter, Ron Rae, Bob VanNoy, Bob Whitson. 62 Many Redskins Find Intramural Play Good Manual ' s intramural sports program has some- thing for everybody interested, and all comers are welcome. Many boys who are not proficient enough at any special sport to go out for a school team find this outlet rewarding, and girls who like competi- tive sports participate the year around. Boy ' s intramural basketball, sponsored by Mr. Ray Schultz, took over the gym Tuesday and Thurs- day nights during the season. Friends got together and made up teams which participated in a fun-for- all tournament. At the end of play, an All-Star team, selected by Mr. Schultz, played a team made up of faculty men who had been basketball players. The program for girls is more diversified, includ- ing games from September till June. Golf, tennis, archery, and softball take the girls to the campus and park during nice weather fall and spring. Bad- minton is reserved for rainy days. Each winter a volleyball tournament is sponsored by Miss Elena Raglin and Miss Theo Parr, girls ' physical education instructors. " Coed " bowling, sponsored by Mr. Clifford Sny- der, has a wide following during the winter months. Jeanine Kent serves the volleyball while her team-mates and op- ponents wait poised for fast action on the floor. Through the winter months, when volleyball is in season, the girls ' gym is filled with blue-gym-suited girls who delight in a fast game every Mon- day and Friday afternoon. Organized teams play each other to a final winner in each series. It ' s good exercise and good fun! 63 I lHanuciiiteS f rouide srriends for rll Jur fv oodd 64 With Manualites numbering moie than 2,300, it is not surprising that we can find compatible company for whatever mood we are in. We make many friendships among our classmates. Good pals and chums share long-remembered experiences as they attend ball games, club meetings, and other school activities together, gaining new interests and pursuing common hobbies. " Best friends " made during: high school days often last throughout life. 65 We Share ' Big Chief with 1ST A Mr. Robert- Wyarr, Executive Secretary of ISTA and immediate past-president of the National Education Association, congratu- lates Principal C. Edgar Stahl on his election as president of the Indiana State Teachers Association. We Manualites have proudly shared our " Chief, ' ' Principal C. Edgar Stahl, with all the teachers of the state this year. He was elected president of the Indiana State Teachers Association at their an- nual convention in October and assumed office on January 1. Mr. Stahl ' s duties include presiding at various meetings of ISTA, chairing the annual Lead- ership Conference in August, assisting in ISTA legislative work, and officially representing ISTA in all regional and national functions of NEA. Having been a teacher or administrator since 1925, Mr. Stahl came to Manual in 1951 in time to be in on the final planning of the " new " building and to supervise the " big move " in 1953. Our 131 faculty members, like Mr. Stahl, are ardent, loyal Redskins. They contribute much to our many moods— sometimes unpleasantly so, but only when we deserve it. We find them helpful and understanding in the classroom, wise and far-sighted as counselors, and fun and often ingenious as direct- ors and guides in activities. Sometimes we treat teachers as we thoughtlessly do our parents, forgetting to say " thank you " ; but perhaps this proves the closeness of the relationship we enjoy with them. We truly appreciate the bene- fits of their efforts and their judgment. An annual duty of Principal Stahl as Chief of the Redskins is to review the " troups " at Federal Inspection. Our ROTC battalion marches by as he stands with the reviewing officers, Major Donald Blotte, PMS for Indi- anapolis schools, and Lt. Col. Wil- liam B. Scruggs, Culver Military Academy. 60 Mr. Ed Wall, head of the Science Department, pours a second cup of coffee for Mr. Ben Parke, head of Mathematics, in the faculty ' s hide-away dining room. Here, where it is a bit quieter than in the student cafeteria, teachers lunch. Mr. Edward Maybury, head of the Industrial Arts Department, pauses for the Ivian cameraman as he works in his office. We love it when faculty members " ham it up " as this group of " gridders " did for the skit at the pre-Southport-game pep session last fall. We gathered on the inner camous after school while these optimistic teams showed us what was in store for the Cards that night. And they were right! 67 Faculty Mr. Edgar Stahl — BA, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; Principal. Mr. E. Franklin Fisher — BS, Central Normal College; MS, Butler University; Vice-Principal. Mr. Noble H. Poole — BS, MA, Ohio State Univer- sity; Vice-Principal. Mr. Fred Ahlemeyer — BS, Indiana State University; MS, Indiana University; Mathematics. Mr. Aaron Albright — BS, MS, Indiana State Univer- sity; Science. Mrs. Barbara Anderson — BA, Earlham College; Home Economics. Mr. Millard H. Arnold — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; Head, Language Department; French; Spanish; Language Club. Mr. Milton C. Baas — BA, Hanover College; MS, Pur- due University; Science. Mrs. Jean Bacus — BS, Indiana University; MS, Pur- due University; Home Economics. Mrs. Betty L. Baker — BS, Indiana University; Eng- lish; Library; Masoma Sponsor. Mrs. Judy Banks — BS, Purdue University; Home Economics; High School Red Cross Sponsor. Mr. Harold Baumer — BA, Indiana Central College; Mathematics; Freshma n Math Club Sponsor. Mr. Harold E. Beasley — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Indiana University; Mathematics. Mr. Fred Belser — BA, Indiana Central College; Social Studies; Assistant Basketball and Baseball Coach. Mr. Fred J. Bennett — BA, MA, Butler University; English; National Thespian Sponsor; Redskin Revue Chairman. Mr. Harold E. Bennett — BS, MS, Butler University; Science; Counseling; Chess Club Sponsor; Assistant Football Coach. Mr. Richard Blough — BS, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Head, English Department; Spon- sor, Roines Club. Mr. Harold Boese — PhB, Ripon College; Science. Mr. Oral Bridgford — BS, MS, Indiana University; Head, Physical Education Department; Coif Coach. Mr. Roy L. Calder — BS, MA, Ball State Teachers College; Business Education. Mrs. Charlotte Camfield — BS, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Head, Business Education De- partment. Miss Nancy J. Chapman — BS, MS, Indiana State University; Business. Miss Athena Chochos — BS, Indiana University; Art; Speech; Mask and Wig Sponsor. Mr. John Ciochina — BS, MS, Indiana University; Mathematics. Miss Margaret L. Consodine — BS, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; English; Social Studies; Cadet Teaching; Future Teachers Club Sponsor. Mr. Arthur B. Cook — BA, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; English; Reading Laboratory. Mr. Robert W. Crawford — BS, Ohio State Univer- sity; MS, Butler University; Fine Arts. 68 Faculty Indiana State Univer- Indiana University; Mrs. Audrey Cronkhite — BA, sity; Business; Mathematics. Mrs. Martha Cross — BPSM, MS, Glee Club. Mr. Richard N. Crowder — BS, Indiana State Uni- versity; MS, Indiana University; Business Education. Mr. Howard Dardeen — BS, Indiana State University; Physical Education; Reserve Basketball Coach; As- sistant Track Coach. Mr. Oran Davis — BS, Indiana University; BA, John Herron Art School; Head, Art Department. Mrs. Marilyn Dever — BA, Marian College; MAT, Indiana University; English; Student Affairs Board Sponsor; IEA Building Representative. Mr. Thomas Dick — BM, Butler University; Music; Director of Orchestra. Mr. Robert N. Doyal — BA, Butler University; MS, Butler University; 8A-9B Guidance Counselor; Faculty Co-Sponsor Student Affairs Board. Mr. Wayne Dunbar — BA, Franklin College; MS, Purdue University; Science; Science Club Sponsor. Mr. John Easley — BS, Indiana State University; Industrial Arts. Miss Janet M. Eberle — BA, Indiana University; Eng- lish; Publications Assistant; Cub Club Sponsor. Miss Virginia Edds — RN, Union Hospital School of Nursing; BS, University of Colorado; Future Nurse Club Sponsor. Miss Virginia Mae Edington — BS, Butler University; MAT, Indiana University; Biology; Y-Teen Sponsor. Mr. Noah J. Ellis — BA, Franklin College; MS, Butler University; Science; Varsity Football Coach; Fresh- man Track Coach. Mr. Ranee English — BS, Missouri Valley College; MA, Colorado College; Social Studies. Mrs. Irma H. Farthing — BS, Tennessee State Uni- versity; MS, Indiana University; Business Education. Mr. Walter W. Floyd — BA, MS, Butler University; Social Studies. Mr. Jack Foster — BPE, Purdue University; Driver Education; Varsity Wrestling Coach; Cross Country Coach. Mrs. Jane Hall Cable — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; English; Director of Publications; Quill and Scroll Sponsor. Mr. Robert T. Callamore — BA, Ball State Univer- sity; MS, Butler University; Industrial Arts. -BS, Purdue University; MS, Home Economics; Y-Teens Miss Wilma Carrity- Indiana University; Sponsor. Mrs. Alma Green — BA, Central Normal College; MS, Butler University; Business Education. Mr. E. Edward Green — BA, MA, Butler University; English. Miss Carolyn C. Griffin — BA, Franklin College; MA, Indiana Un iversity; English. Mr. Charles R. Hall — BS, Ball State University; MA, DePauw University; Science; Beginning Science Club Sponsor. Mr. John B. Hallett — BS, Purdue University; MS, Butler University; Industrial Arts. Mrs. Connie Hartenbower — BA, Indiana Univer- sity; English. Mrs. Mildred Haskens — BA, Butler University; MA, Indiana University; Art; Craft Arts Club Sponsor. 69 Faculty Mr. Roland R. Hawkins — BS, MS, Indiana State University; Head, Social Studies Department. Mr. LeRoy Heminger — BA, Franklin College; MS, Indiana University; Social Studies. Mr. Willard D. Henderson — BS, MS, Indiana Uni- versity; Business. Miss Joanne Hines — BA, Butler University; English. Mrs. Gertrude Hopper — BA, Butler University; Social Service Graduate Work, Chicago University and In- diana University; Social Service. Mr. Barry Hottlc — BA, Indiana University; English. Mrs. Jean Howell — BS, Purdue Unive rsity; MS, Butler University; Social Studies; Citizen ' s League Sponsor. Mr. Maurice S. Huckleberry — BS, Butler University; MS, Indiana University; Social Studies; Counseling. Mr. Hubert Hughes — BS, MS, Indiana State Uni- versity; Business Education. Mr. Don R. Hully — BA, Iowa State Teachers College; MA, Ball State University; Science. Mr. Jack H. Johns — BS, Hanover College; MS. Butler University; Social Studies; Assistant Football Coach. Mr. Hugh Johnson — BA, Texas Western College; English. Mr. J. Ray Johnson — BS, MS, Butler University; Placement and Ticket Director; Counseling. Mr. Owen A. Johnson — BS, Indiana State Univer- sity; MS, Indiana University; Director, Evening School. Mr. James C. Kastetter — BS, Ball State University; English; Debate Club Sponsor. Mr. William D. Kleyla — BPSM, Indiana University; Head, Music Department; Director of Bands; Twirl- ing Club Sponsor. Miss Mary Anne Kondrath — BA, Butler University; French. Mr. John L. Krueger — BA, MA, Indiana Univer- sity; Social Studies. Mr. Otto W. Kuehrmann — BS, Purdue University; Science. Mr. John L. Lemen — BS, MS, Indiana State Univer- sity; Industrial Arts. Band Director William D. Kleyla, Or- chestra Director Thomas Dick, and Choir Director Wendell Mertz congratulate each other on the success of the Manual May Music Festival. All music groups partici- pate in the annual program. 70 Faculty Miss Kathryn MacKinnon — BS, Ball State Univer- sity; English; ROTC Officers Board. Miss Ann Manning — BA, Purdue University; Spanish; English. Mr. Edward Maybury — BS, MS, Miami University; Head, Industrial Arts Department. Mr. Elwood McBride — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Indiana State University; Social Studies; Var- sity Basketball Coach. Mr. Victor M. McDowell — BS, MA, Ball State Uni- versity; Industrial Arts. Mr. Wendell W. Mertz — BME, MME, Indiana Uni- versity; Music; Choir Director; Musical Director. Mr. Harry Monninger — BS, Butler University; Eng- lish. Mrs. Thelma T. Morgan — BA, MS, Butler Univer- sity; Counseling; Director of Activities. MS, Butler University; Football Coach; Var- MS, Indiana State Mr. Francis R. Moriarty — BS Driver Education; Assistant sity Track Coach. Mr. Robert W. Moseman — BA University; Industrial Arts. Miss Barbara Moyes — BA, Hanover College; English. Miss Helen Negley — BA, MS, Butler University; Librarian. Mr. Leonard H. Nolte — BA, Indiana State Univer- sity; MS, Butler University; Industrial Arts. M Sgt. Jack Nunnery — ROTC Commandant; ROTC Drill Team Coach; ROTC History Club Sponsor. Mr. W. David Otto — BA, Hanover College; MA, Miami University; Science; Science Club Co-Sponsor. Mr. Harold W. Pagel — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Butler University; Business; Director of Visual Education. Mr. Harry B. Painter — BA, Wabash College; MS, Indiana University; LLB, Benjamin Harrison Law School; Social Studies. Mr. Ronald B. Parke — BS, Butler University; MAT, Indiana University; Head, Mathematics Department. Mr. Louis Parnell — BS, Butler University; Social Studies; Freshman Football Coach; Assistant Track Coach. Miss Theo B. Parr — BA, Western Michigan Univer- sity; MA, University of Michigan; Physical Educa- tion; Girls Intramural Sponsor. Mr. John W. Patten — BA, Duke University; MS, Butler University; Social Studies; Dean of Boys; Student Affairs Board Sponsor; President Manual Chapter American Field Service. Mr. Alfred L. Pike — BA, Franklin College; MS, Uni- versity of Illinois; Physical Education; Freshman Football Coach; Reserve Wrestling Coach; Freshman Baseball Coach. Mrs. Louise Plummer — BA, Indiana Central College; English. Miss Elena Raglin — BA, Western Michigan Univer- sity; MA, University of Michigan; Physical Educa- tion; Girls Intramural Sponsor. Mrs. Viola A. Ramsey — BA, Indiana University; MS, Purdue University; Mathematics; Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor. Miss Helen E. Reed — BA, Indiana State University; MA, Indiana University; University of Illinois; But- ler University; Rutgers of New Jersey; Science. Mr. Dale W. Reid — BS, MS, Indiana State Univer- sity; Industrial Arts. Mrs. Maxine Riley — BS, MS, Purdue University; Home Economics. 71 Faculty Miss Dorothy Robertson — BA, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity; MA, Indiana University; English. Mr. Arthur T. Roney — BS, MS, Butler University; Science. Miss Wilhelmina Schaufler — BS, Indiana State Uni- versity; Business Education. Mr. Nathan J. Scheib — BS, Indiana Central College; MS, Butler University; 9A Counselor; Social Studies. Mr. Raymond C. Schultz — BS, Purdue University; Science; Freshman Football Coach. S Sgt. Cfaud L. Shanks — ROTC Instructor; Rifle Team Coach. Mrs. Carolyn Sharp — BA, Ohio Wesleyan Univer- sity; MA, Syracuse University; Mathematics. Mrs. Vivian L. Siener — BA, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Speech; Exercise in Knowledge Team Soonsor. Mr. Clifford D. Snyder — BS, MS, Indiana State Uni- versity; Business Education. Mr. Wayne Spinks — BFA, University of Illinois; Murray State College; MS, Indiana University; Art. Mrs. Pauline Stark — BS, MS, Purdue University; Head, Home Economics Department. Mr. Albert Steiner — BA, St. Meinrad College; MS, Butler University; Latin; English. Mrs. Polly Jane Sterling — BS, MS, Purdue Univer- sity; English. Mr. Malcolm E. Stern — BS, MAT, Indiana Univer- sity; English; Radio Club Sponsor; Editor of Manual Manuscripts. Mrs. Frances N. Stewart — BA, MS, Butler Univer- sity; English; Developmental Reading Laboratory. Mrs. Phyllis Sullivan — BS, Indiana State University; MS, Indiana University; Business Education. Mr. Thomas E. Taylor — BS, MS, Butler University; English. Mr. Harry H. Thomas — BS, Ball State University; MS, Indiana University; Business Education; Athletic Director. Mr. Marvin W. Thorpe — BS, Purdue University; MS, Butler University; Industrial Arts; Future Printers Club Sponsor. Mr. Howard C. Thrall — BA, MA, Ball State Univer- sity; Etymology; Director of Guidance; Senior Spon- sor. Mr. Raymond VanArsdale — BA, Wabash College; MA, Cumberland University; Mathematics. Mrs. Nancy R. Vollmer — BS, Purdue University; MS, University of Florida; Home Economics. Miss Anne Wagner — BA, Hollins College; MS, In- diana University; Social Studies. Mr. F. Edward Wall — BA, Indiana University; EdM, Harvard University; Head, Science Department; Na- tional Honor Society Sponsor. Mr. Leland Walter — BA, MA, Ball State Univer- sity; Science; Tennis Coach; Freshman Wrestling Coach. Mr. Volney Ward — BS, MS, Indiana University; Mathematics. Mrs. Janet K. Weidner — BS, Indiana University; MS, Butler University; Business Education; Guidance and Counseling. Mr. Charles J. Wettrick — BS, Indiana State Univer- sity; Industrial Arts. 72 Faculty Mr. Richard C. Whit-worth — BS, MS, Indiana State University; Ed.D, Indiana University; English. Mr. M. D. Williams — BS, MS, Indiana University; Business Education. Mr. Carl E. Wright — BS, Indiana University; Social Studies; Director of Productions; Stage Manager. Mrs. Rovene T. Yeager — BS, Indiana University; Home Economics. Excited office personnel congregate around Mrs. Raymond VanArsdale, mother of Manual ' s and I.U. ' s famous twins, Tom and Dick VanArsdale, as they check the Indiana Daily Student for the game statis- tics. Looking pleased with the results are Mrs. Daisy Wall, Mrs. Dorothea Frazee, Mrs. Jayce Alte, Mrs. Isabelle Brown, Mr. Franklin Fisher, Miss Charlotte Hater, Mr. Edgar Stahl, Mrs. Frances Hill, and Mr. Noble Poole. Mrs. Joyce Alte — Receptionist. Mrs. Isabelle Brown — Bookkeeper. Mrs. Dorothea Frazee — Registrar. Miss Charlotte Hafer — Secretary. Mts. Frances Hill— IBM Clerk. Mrs. Edith Hoffmann — Cafeteria Manager. Mrs. Virginia Huckleberry — Accompanist. Mr. James H. Monson — Head Custodian. Mrs. Sandy Schultz — Library Clerk. Mrs. Dorothy Thomas — Bookstore. Mrs. Hilda VanArsdale — Stenographer. Mrs. Daisy H. Wall — Attendance. Mrs. Ruth Wolka — Evening School Clerk. 73 Richard Cooper Heads ' 65 Class of 475 Principal C. Edgar Stahl congratulates Richard Cooper as he re- ceives the official gavel as president of the Senior Class, at the class meeting which wound up Senior Day. As their high school careers sped to a close, seniors looked back in disbelief at the many happenings that seemed to make the year pass so quickly. The first big event was the election of senior officers. Senior Day found proud members of the " top " class " all dressed up " and sporting red and white roses and Senior Armbands. The day was cli- maxed by a dance in the cafeteria. Next came Turnabout Day. Paul Stroud assumed the responsibilities of Principal C. Edgar Stahl, and Esther Sobel and Nancy Norcross assisted him as vice-principals. Many other seniors served as depart- ment heads, teachers, and other staff members. The day closed with a tea by the P-TA. SAT time rolled around in December for many seniors, causing jitters. Christmas found the seniors playing Santa to the freshmen at the annual Fresh- man-Senior Christmas Party in the cafeteria. January was enhanced by the Music Department dance, " Winter Wonderland, " and a two-day vaca- tion from school, as the theme of the dance became a reality. Still, the activities came thick and fast, with Sectional, senior pictures, an added snow vacation, and commencement plans causing much excitement. With March came the busy preparations for Red- skin Revue and the two big " shows, " achievement tests, the Pow-Wow, the Senior Class Play, the Sen- ior Square Dance, and the " John Henry Hop. " The year came to a grand finale for the 475 mem- bers of the Class of 1965 with Vespers, Class Day, Commencement, and the Senior Prom. Leading this year ' s Senior Class through its various activities were Nancy Hines, secretary; Richard Cooper, president; Perry Cobb, treasurer; and Diane Eickhoff, vice- president. 74 •11 As masrer-of-ceremonies for the Senior Day Program, a jovial Don Townsend prepares to introduce the entert ainment for the after-school party and dance in the Cafeteria. Reigning over the class ' s 1964 Junior Prom as its Queen and King, Diane Eickhoff and Jerry Lewis are all smiles as they pose for the Ivian photographer after their coronation. " Top Ten " Juniors of the class of ' 65 were Paul Stroud, Nancy Norcross, John Berry, Pat Koopman, Perry Cobb, June Cook, Don Townsend, Nancy Lagle, Chuck Todd, and Lynn Kinkade. The awards were presented on Junior Day 1964, based on grades and activities. 75 Seniors Move into Cafeteria for Home Room. Base, Richard Abella — Whiteland High School 1-2. Diane Altmeyer — Intramural 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 4. Judith Amick — Intramural 2-3; Latin Club 1; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-3. Bruce Arnold — FTA 2-4; French Club 2-4, Vice-President 3; Home Room Agent 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Math Club 1-2; National Honor Society 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 3-4, Treasurer 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Turnabout Day 3-4. Farideh Azimi-Tabrizi — Tehran, Iran. Mary Bailey — Home Room Agent 2-3; Pep Club 1. David Michael Baker — Mask Wig 3; Monitor 2; ROTC Drill Team 3-4; ROTC History Club 3; Special Ass ' t. 4; Stage Crew 3; Turnabout Day 4; Senior Council. Barbara Bannister — Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 1; Special Ass ' t. 1-4. Betty Barkhau — FTA 2-3; Girls ' Glee Club 3-4, Secretary 4; Clee-ettes 4; Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 3-4; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Ronald Barnes — Band 1-4; Monitor 1; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 4; Track 1 ; Art Contest 2-4. Sharon Barrick — League of Honor 1; Pep Club 1. Charlene Bartram — Girls ' Glee Club 1-4, Treasurer 4; Intramural 1 ; Pep Club 2; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. ], 4. Nancy Bauer — FTA 1; Home Room Agent 3; Intramural 1; League of Honor 2; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 1-4. Thomas Baxter — Band 1-4; Choir 2-4; FTA 4; League of Honor 3-4; Manualaires 4; Operetta 2-4; Orchestra 3-4; Pep Band 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-3; Turnabout Day 4. Nina Bean — Monitor 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 2-3. Kenneth Beisinger — Football I; Home Room Agent 1-2; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 2; Stage Crew 3; Wrestling 1 . John Beiry — Basketball Manager 1-4; Football Manager 1-4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Roines 3-4, Historian; Science Club 2-3; Student Affairs Board 4; Track 2-4; Boy ' s State 3; Top Ten Junior. William Bertram — Cathedral High School 1. Ronald Betancourt — Howe High School 2. Rosalie Bishop — Monitor 2-3. Cliff Bivens — Donna Black — Booster 3-4, Business Manager 4; Citizen ' s League 1; FNC 1-3; Latin Club 1; Quill Scroll 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; I.U. Journalism Institute 3. Larry Bolen — Basketball 1-2; Football 1; Intramural 3-4; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 3. Pete Bolls — Intramural 1; Monitor 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 1-2. 76 Inherit Lunch-time Privileges as ' Top Class Carolyn Booth — Band 2-4; FTA 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 4; Orchestra 1; Pep Band 4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-3; Turnabout Day 4. Diane Bossingham — Monitor 4; Special Ass t. 4. Joyce Bothwell — Girls ' Glee Club 1-4; Monitor 2. Becky Bottom — Monitor 2-3. Debby Bousum — FTA 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4.: Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Chaplain 4. Bill Bramlett — Barbara Bratcher — High School Red Cross 4. Karen Breimeir — League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 2, 4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. Ora Brier — Monitor 1-4; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC Officers Club 4. Cheryl Brooks — Home Room Agent 1-3; Intramural 2; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2-3; Turnabout Day 4. Delores Diane Brown — Choir 1-2; League of Honor 1; Mask Wig 3-4; Monitor 3; Operetta 2-3; Pep Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 2; Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3. Jennifer Bunch — Lawrence Central High School 3; Band 1-3; Cheerleader 1; Latin Club 1; League of Honor 1-2; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 2, 4; Student Affairs Board 1 ; National Honor Society 4. Judy Burnette — Band 1-4; League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1. Sheila Ray Bush — Intramural 1-2; High School Red Cross 1-4, Secretary 1-4; Monitor 1, 4; Pep Club 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1. LeRoy Butler — Football 1; ROTC Drill Team 4; ROTC History Club 3-4; ROTC Officers Club 4; ROTC Color Guard Commander 4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Stage Crew 3. Ronald W. Byers — Band 1-4, Supply Ass ' t. 3-4; Monitor 3-4; Pep Band 3-4; Redskin Revue 1. Chuck Byrne — Sharon Callahan — Band 1 -4, Assistant Drum Major 2-4 Historian 3-4; Choir 2-4; FTA 1-4, Vice-President 3 League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 3-4; Manualaires 4. Masoma 4; National Thespians 3-4, Treasurer 4; Operetta 2-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Science Club 1-2; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; Junior Class Secretary; National Honor Society 4. Phyllis Callaway — Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Student Ass ' t. 3-4. Thomas Canida — Baseball 1-4; Future Printers 2-4, Presi- dent 4; Intramural 2-3; Letterman 3-4; ROTC Drill Team 3-4; ROTC Officers Club 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Turn- about Day 4; Industrial Arts Club 2-4. Larry Carr — Monitor 4; Craft Arts Club 3-4. James Carrier — Rita Carson — Band 2-4, Librarian 4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; ROTC Sponsor; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; FNC 1. Larry Carter — Basketball 1 ; Cross Country 1 ; Intramural 2-4; Track 1-2. 77 Masoma, Roines Assist Frosh on First Day Tony Carter — Felicia Caudle — Orchestra 2; Student William Chambers — Cross Country 3; Judith Chandler — Ass ' t. 1-2. Intramural Mary Civils — Choir 3-4; Monitor 2-4; Operetta 3. Jacqueline Clark — French Club 1; Monitor 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 3-4; Student Ass ' t. 2-4. Martha Clark — Michael Clarke — French Club 2; Home Room Agent 1; Intramural 2; League of Honor 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Math Club 3; National Honor Society 3-4; Wrestling 3-4; Stu- dent Ass ' t. 1 -4. James Clements — Monitor 4. Jerry Cloyd — Choir 1-4; Intramural 2-3; Manualaires 1-3; Monitor 2-3; Operetta 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-3. Terry Clugsron — Cross Country 1; Intramural 2-4; Monitor 2; Stage Crew 4; Track 3-4; Wrestling 1. Perry Cobb — Baseball 1-4; Basketball 1-4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Roines 3-4, President 4; Student Affairs Board 2-4, President 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Top Ten Junior; Junior Class President; Senior Class Treasurer; Boy ' s State. Intramural 1-3; Mon- Ed Coffman — Future Printers 1-3; itor 4 ; Track 1 . Shirley Coffman — James Coleman — Sheryl Collins — Judy Cones — Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 2-3; Pep Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Student Affairs Board 2; Stage Crew 1 . Joseph Conniff — Intramural 1; Monitor 1-2; ROTC Drill Team 2-3. Anita June Cook — FTA 1-3, President 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4, Secretary 4; Clee-ettes 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Operetta 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Girls ' State; Top Ten junior; Turnabout Day 4; Senior Council; National Honor Society 3-4. Darryl Cook — Richard Cooper — Basketball 1-4; Football 2-3; League of Honor 1-4; Letterman 2-4; Student Affairs Board 4, Treasurer 4; Track 1-4; Senior Class President; Junior Prom King Candidate; Turnabout Day 4. Larry A. Corn — Band 1-4; League of Honor 2; Monitor 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Susan Coughlan — Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-2; Y-Teens 1. Patty Cox — Home Room Agent 2-3; Pep Club 2. 78 New Attendance System. Baffles ' Old ' Seniors Judy Imogean Crabtree — Allen Culpepper — Nancy Cunningham — Monitor Academy 1 . Brenda Curry — 3; Pep Club 2; St. Mary Dave Curtis — Donna Jean Curtis — Choir 3; French Club 1 ; Home Room Rep. 1; Monitor 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 4. Deryl Dale — Football 2; Mask Wig 3; Monitor 3-4; Science Club 1 ; Track 1 -2. Joan Damrell — FNC 1-4, Historian 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Girls ' Glee Club 4; League of Honor 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 2. Diane Dandrea — Booster 2; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 1-3; Turnabout Day 4. David Darko — Band 1; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 4; Science Club 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 3; Turnabout Day 4; National Honor Society 4. Robert Davis — Football 1; Intramural 4; Track 1. John Davy — FTA 3; Home Room Agent 3; Intramural 3; Monitor 2; Stage Crew 3; Scecina Memorial High School 1. Don Townsend, as factory superin- tendent Sid Sorokin, takes time out from his duties to sing his mind in the Music Department ' s production of " Pajama Came. " ' Don shared the lead with Junior Ben Schanzel. 79 ' Principal ' Paul Stroud Heads Turnabout Roster Janeen DeArmond — Girls ' Clee Club 4; Intramural !■ Latin Club 1-2; Monitor 3; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 2. Patricia Dennis — Flag Girl 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Pep Club 4. Miriam Dewey — Charles Dickerson — Intramural 1-2; Track I; Wrestling 2; ROTC Officers Club 4. Vickie Dorman — Flag girl 1-4; Mask Wig 3-4, Vice- President 4; Monitor 3; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 1-4- Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Ass ' t 3-4 : Tri-Hi-Y 2-4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4. Judi Downs — Granville Wells High School 1-2. Betty Drake — Booster 3; FTA 1-2; Home Room Agent 2-3; Mask Wig 2-4, Secretary 4; Pep Club 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Turnabout Day 4. Bobby Lee Duhon — Edwina Eads — Kenny Eaton — Choir 4; Debate Club 3-4; Golf 2-4; In- tramural 4; Home Room Agent 2; Letterman 4; Man- ualaires 4; Monitor 4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 3; Turnabout Day 4. Larry Eaton — Ray Eaton — Industrial Arts Club 3-4; Intramural 1; Monitor 2; Special Ass ' t. 3. Diane Eickhoff — Band 1-4, Drum Major 2-4; Choir 3-4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma 3-4, Vice- President; Redskin Revue 2-4; Student Affairs Board 3-4, Vice-President 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Junior Prom Queen 3; Senior Class Vice-President; Girls ' State 3; National Honor Society 4. Susan Ellis — Booster 3-4, Page 4 Editor; Intramural 2-3; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 3; Pep Club 3; Quill Scroll 4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Stage Crew 3; Turnabout Day 4. Elaine Embree — Monitor 3-4; Turnabout Day 4. Shirley Emery — Sacred Heart High School 2. Susan Emrich — Choir 2-4; Mask Wig 3; Operetta 1; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Stage Crew 2-4. Carol Ferguson — Intramural 1 -2. Sandra Fisher — Susie Flike — High School Red Cross 1-4; Monitor 3. Linda Foley — Pep Club 1; Special Ass ' t. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2-4, Historian 3, Treasurer 4. Delores Ford — Martinsville High School 2. Nancy Kay Fours — Band 3; Intramural 2; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4. Pat Freeman — Band 2; Girls ' Glee Club 3-4; Home Room Agent 2-3; Operetta 4; Pep Club 1; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2; Senior Council 4; Turnabout Day 4. 80 Pat Langford Receives ' Future Homemaker ' Award Baseball 1; Choir 2-4; Future Printers -2; Manualaires 4; Monitor 1 ; Redskin Ted French — David Friedman 1 -2 ; Intramural Revue 3-4. Clenna Fulrz — Monitor 4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Mary Ann Gallagher — Intramural 1; Pep Club 1-2; Red skin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Make-up Crew 2 Project Fair 1 . -Monitor 2-3; Special Ass ' t. -Monitor 4. 3. Don Calyan Jim Gammon Bob Garner — Dale Garner — Choir 3-4; FTA 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Operetta 2-3: Redskin Revue 3; Scholastic Art Key Award 1. Beverly Gay — Latin Club 1 ; League of Honor 3-4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1-2; Greenwood High School 1-2; National Honor Society 4. Kelly Glass — Band 1-4, Captain 4, Supply Sergeant 3; Dance Band 4; Orchestra 1-4; Pep Band 2-4. Margaret Goebel — FTA 1, Home Room Agent 2; League cf Honor 1-4; Math Club 2; Monitor 2-4; Pep Club 1-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 2,4; Turnabout Day 3-4; National Honor Society 4. Connie Y. Goodin — Citizen ' s League 3; Dance Band 3-4; Home Room Agent 3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Operetta 4; Orchestra 1-4, Secretary; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-3; Y-Teens 2. Susan Phyllis Goodman — Monitor 2,4; Stage Crew 1; Stage Craft 1 -4. Amy Lou Graham — High School Red Cross 3-4. Martha Greer — Pep Club 2; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. Sandra Greer — Monitor 4; Pep Club 1-2; Turnabout Day 1-2. Donald Groce — Albany High School, Albany, Ky., 1 ; Ver- ray High School 2. Linda Groce — FNC 3-4, Treasurer 4, League of Honor 1-3 ' Pep Club 1-3. Nelson Gum — Monitor 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. James Hackleman — Future Printers 1-2; Intramural 1; Monitor 1-2; Redskin Revue 1. Linda Hall — Cheerleader 3; Home Room Agent 3; League of Honor 3; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 3; Jamboree Queen 4; Candidate for Junior Prom Queen. Michael Hamilton — Football I; Wrestling 1; Band 1-2. Carla Hancock — Choir 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Man- ualaires 3; Operetta 1-2; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 3-4; Student Affairs Board 1-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; I.U. Student Council Workshop 4. James Hancock — League of Honor 1-4; Malh Club 1-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Monitor 4; National Honor Society 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Expedition in Know- ledge Alternate 3. 81 Jim Hancock Scores High on Merit Tests Judy Hancock — Girls ' Glee Club 1-4; Glee-ettes 2-4; League of Honor 1-2; Monitor 3; Operetta 3-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Student Ass ' t. 4. De Handlon — Judith Hansen — Girls ' Glee Club 4; Glee-ettes 4; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 3-4, Writer 4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Turnabout Day 4; Flag Girl 1-3; Home Economics Style Show 2-3. Jack Hardebeck — Football 1; Home Room Agent 3; Monitor 2; Special Ass ' t. Mike Hargraves — Basketball 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 2-4; Track 1-4; Turnabout Day 4; King Ivian Candidate 4; Homecoming King Candidate 4; King Pow Wow Candi- date 4; Junior Prom King Candidate 3. Linda Harkness — Cheerleader 2-4, Captain 4; French Club 1 ; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4, President 4; Glee-ettes 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4, Secretary 4; Pep Club 1-4; Redskin Revue 3; Turnabout Day 4; National Honor Society 4. William Harris — Baseball 1-4; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 2-3; Roines 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; I. U. Math Work- shop; Regional Science Fair; National Honor Society 4. Marsha Hartabaugh — Booster 2; Home Room Agent 2; Ivian 2-3; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1. Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; 4; Operetta 2-4; Pep Susy Hartabaugh — Cheerleader 1 Glee-ettes 3; League of Honor Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 1-2. Robert Heichelbech — Football, Manager 3; Intramural 4; League of Honor 2-4; Roines 4; Science Club 1-2; Turn- about Day 4; National Honor Society 4. Jan Hickey — Monitor 2; Pep Club 2; Special Ass ' t. 3. Carolyn Hickman — Intramural 2-3; Monitor 3; Pep Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. James Hiland— Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Fred Hillan — Band 1-4; Booster 3; Dance Band 1-4; Golf 3-4; Boys ' Intramural 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten 1-4; Letterman 4; Orchestra 1-4; Pep Band 1-4; Track 1 ; National Honor Society 4. Nancy Mines — Home Room Agent 1-4; Intramural 1; Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 4; Flag Girls 1 ; Senior Class Secretary. Ronald Hines — Monitor 3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Tennis 3-4. Jim Hancock is congratulated by Principal C. Edgar Stahl on his being named a finalist in the 1964-65 Na- nriejiiM n me i964-65 Na- tional Merit Scholarship competition. This makes Jim eligible for a four- year Merit Scholarship to the college of his choice. Seniors Lose Sleep over SAT Tests Jerry Hinton — ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC History Club 4; Science Club I. Cathy Hodges — Band 3-4; Home Room Representative 1; League of Honor 1-3; Orchestra 3. Deborah Hoereth — Girls ' Intramural 1,3-4; Monitor 3; Spanish Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 4. Michael Hogan — Mary Jane Hollcraft — Citizen ' s League 1 -4, Secretary 1 -2, President 3-4; Cub Club 1 ; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Monitor 4; Pep Club 1-4; Redskin Revue Makeup Crew 3; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Turnabout Day; Social Studies Institute 3; National Honor Society 4. Terry Hook — Golf 1-4; Letterman 2-4. Robert Hoover — Baseball 1-3; Basketball 1; Football 1-2; Boys ' Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-3. Beverly Hopper — Choir 1; Girls ' Intramural 3-4; Y-Teens 1 ; Ben Davis High School 1 -2. Nancy Horn — Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; Home Room Agent 1 -2; Monitor 4. Susan Huppert — Cheerleader 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; ROTC History Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Turnabout Day 4; Girls ' State 3; Military Ball Candidate 4. Linda Sue Hulett — Intramural I; Monitor 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 1 . James Hurt — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1; Track 1. Linda Hutchinson — Intramural 3; High School Red Cross 1-2, Treasurer 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Flag Girl 1. Rodney Iverson — Choir 2-4; Football 1-2; League ot Honor 1-4; Manualaires 2-4; Operetta 1-3; Redskin Revue 4; Spanish Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 2-3; All State Choir 2-4; All City Choir 2-4. Sherry Jacobs — Girls ' Glee Club 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Diana Jenkins — Monitor 2-4. Doris Jewell — Citizen ' s League 1 ; Cub Club 1 ; Mo nitor 3; Special Ass ' t. 1-3. Gerald Johnes — David M. Johnson — Industrial Arts Club 1 ; P. A. Club 2-3, Head 3. Ken Johnson — Mara Sue Johnson — Pep Club 1-2. Sharon Johnson — League of Honor 1 -3 ; Pep Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 1-2. Betty Jones — Monitor 2-3; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 4. Wilma Jones — Girls ' Glee Club 4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Girls ' Intramural 2; St. Mary Academy 1. 83 Perry Cobb Acts as Mayor of City for a Day Vicky Jung — Choir 3-4; French Club 3; League of Honor 3-4; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Hong Kong 1; Wood High School 1. Linda Kautsky — Intramural 2-3; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 3; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. Cathy Kee ne — Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 3. Betty Keith — Intramural 1-4; Pep Club 1-3. Brookie Keith — FTA 1; League of Honor 1-2; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 1-2; Student Affairs Board 2-3. Sheila Kemp — Pep Club 1 . Paul D. Kent — Franklin Community High School 1. Kathy Kern — Intramural 2. Danny Key In grid King- Pep Club 1. Bob Kingery — Anne Kingham Football 1 ; Intramural 1 -4. -FNC 1 ; Home Room Agent 1 ; Monitor 1 -St. Mary Academy 1 -2. Lynn Kinkade — Booster 1-4, Sports Editor 4; Choir 1, 3-4, Treasurer 4; Cross Country 3-4; Ivian 1-4, Sports Editor 4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4; National Honor Society 3-4; National Thespians 3-4, President 4 Redskin Revue 2-4; Roines 3-4, Vice-President 3-4 Track 2-4; Top Ten junior; Junior Class Treasurer; Boys State 3. Mary Jo Kinnaman — Band 1-4; Twirler 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Manualaires 2-3; Mask Wig 3; Operetta 2-4; Orchestra 4; Redskin Revue 2-3; Turnabout Day 4; Choir 2-4. Rosanne Kirk — Special Ass ' t. 3; Sanders High School, Land O ' Lakes, Florida 1 ; Pasco High School, Dade City, Florida 2. Jutta Kirstein — Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Flag Girl 1; Student Ass ' t. 1-3. Billie Knapp — Pep Club 1-2, Flag Girl 2. Patricia Koopman — Booster 1-4, Editor-in-Chief 4; FNC 2-4; Mask Wig 3-4; Masoma 4; National Honor Society 3-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Redskin Revue Committee 3-4; Science Club 1-4, Secretary; Student Affairs Board 4, Secretary; Girls ' State 3, Top Ten junior. Carol Kortepeter — Cub Club, Secretary 1 ; French Club 1 -2 Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 4 Monitor 1; National Honor Society 3-4; Pep Club 1-2 Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Turnabout Day 3. Phyllis Jean Kottkamp — Band 1-4; Baton Twirler 2-4; Choir 2; Monitor 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 1,3-4; Special Ass ' t. 1,3-4; Senior Council; Homecoming Queen Candidate; Color Guard 1-2. Pamela Kraft — Pep Club 1 ; Redskin Revue 4. Dan Kraus — Choir 3-4; Debate Club 3-4, Treasurer; Football 1; Boys ' Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Manualaires 3-4; Monitor 1-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Tennis 3-4; Wrestling 3; Turnabout Day 4. Robert LaFara- -Booster 1-4, Photographer; Home Room Agent 2-3; Ivian 1-4, Photographer; League of Honor 3; Quill Scroll 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; I. U. Journalism Institute. Maureen Lagarde — French Club 1; Girls ' Intramural 2; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1-2; Radio Speech Club 3; Redskin Revue 2,4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Turnabout Day 4. 84 Pat Koopman Becomes Annexation. Administrator Nancy Lagle — Choir 3-4, Secretary 4; Ivian 3-4, Editor 4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 2-4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; National Thespians 3-4; Orchestra 1-4, Historian 4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Top Ten Junior; Girls ' State. Rise Lamb — French Club 1-2; League of Honor 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 1-2; Tri-Hi-Y 1-4, Vice-president 4. Albert Lambert — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 3; Special Ass ' t. 1 -4. Wayne Lambert — Chuck Lambuth — Booster 2-4; League of Honor 2-4; Mask Wig 2-4; National Thespians 3,4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-3; Tennis 2,4. Carol Land — Intramural 1-2; High School Red Cross 1-2, Chapter Representative; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-2; Spanish Club 1-2; Tri-Hi-Y 1. Patricia Langford — Cub Club 2; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4, Recording Secretary; Monitor 2-3; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 1-4; Redskin Revue 4; Turnabout Day 4; Special Ass ' t. 4, Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. Mary Laue — League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. Steve Lawrenz Linda Lawson- David Leonard — Diana Lewis — Mask Wig -Choir 2-4; Stage Crew 4. Monitor 1 -2. Pep Club Jerry Lewis — Football 1-4, MVP 3-4; Letterman 2-4; Track 1-4; Wrestling 1 ; King Ivian 4; Junior Prom King 3. Paul Lewis — Intramural 4; Monitor 4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Beverlie Lomax — Monitor 1 -2. John Longwell — Football Track 2; Wrestling 1,3. -3; League of Honor 1-4; Sherrie Lopossa — Monitor 1-2; Pep Ass ' t. 1-4; Military Ball Queen 4. William Lovett — Juanita Lowe — Home Room Agent 2-3 1 -3; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Thomas Lowe — Club Special League of Honor James Lucas — George Washington High School 1 . Dan Lumpkin — Football 1-2; Wrestling 1-2. Mike Mager — Football 1; League of Honor 1; Monitor 3; Special Ass ' t. 4, Track 1-3; Homecoming King 4. Lauretta Magill — Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 3. 85 Big Snows Force Two Unscheduled Vacations Kathleen Mailing — Citizen ' s League 3-4, Secretary 4 League of Honor 1-4; Mask Or Wig 2; Masoma 3-4 Redskin Revue 4; Science Club 1-2; turnabout Day 3-4 Larry Manning — Baseball 2-3; Choir 4; Dance Band 1-4 Football 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; I etterman ' s Club 3-4 Orchestra 1-4, Vice-president 4; Redskin Revue 1,2,4 Tennis 1; Wrestling 1-2; Turnabout Day 4; Junior Prom King Candidate 3. Dick Marshall — Baseball 3-4; Intramural 2-4; Letterman 4; Monitor 4; Turnabout Day 4. Jim Marshall — Football 1-3; Intramural 2-3; Turnabout Day 3; League of Honor 1-3; Monitor 3-4. Kathy Marshall ' — Home Room Agent 1; Intramural 1-4; League of Honor 1,3-4; Monitor 2-3; ROTC History Club 4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; ROTC Rifle Team Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; Turnabout Day 4. Arvin Martin — League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 1; ROTC Drill Team 1-4; ROTC History Club 3-4; ROTC Rifle Team 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 4; Turnabout Day 3. Mary Ellen Martin — FTA 1 ; French Club 1 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 3-4. Steven Mascher — Special Ass ' t. 3. Carry Maynard — Future Printers 1-2, Secretary; Monitor 1 -2; Special Ass ' t. 4. Steve McCrady — Football 2; Monitor 2. Mike McCray — Basketball 1-4. Mike McCurry — Choir 2; Intramural 1 ; Monitor 3; Track 1. Jan McDaniel — Citizen ' s League 3-4, Vice-president; FTA 1; French Club; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Redskin Revue 4; Science Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Girls ' State 3; Turnabout Day 2,4; National Honor Society 4. Margaret McFarland — FTA 1 ; Latin Club 1 ; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 1. Dennis MeCuff — Band 1-4; Dance Band 3-4; Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 3-4; Pep Band 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Turnabout Day 3; Monitor 2; Redskin Revue 3-4. Michael McCuire — Baseball 2-4; Basketball 1-4; Football 1; Home Room Agent 1-3; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1 ; Letterman 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Student Affairs Board 3-4, Vice-president 4; Track 1; Homecoming King Candidate 4; National Honor Society 4. Donna Mcintosh — Monitor 1 -4. Ed McKinney — Football 1-4; League of Honor 1-3; Letter- man 3-4; Monitor 2-4; Track 1-3; Wrestling 1 -H. Susie McLaren — League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Monitor 2-4; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t 2,4; Tee Pee Talent Parade 2; Flag Girl 1-2; Pep Club 1-2; National Honor Society 4. Lsrry McQueen — Susan Menges — Cub Club 1 ; FTA 2; Girls ' Giee Club 2-3; Home Room Agent 1 ; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 3-4; Redskin Revue 4; Science Club 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Glee-ettes 3. Joyce Yvonne Merritt — Monitor 1 -2. Wayne Meyers — Intramural 3-4. Cathy Miles — Home Room Agent 1-3; Monitor 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 2. 86 Cadet Colonel Chuck Todd Commands ROTC Bob Miller — Football 1-3 Special Ass ' t. 4; Track 1. Dan Miller — Monitor 1 . Dean Miller — Intramural 1 Don Miller — Football 1-2; Intramural 1-2; Monitor 2; Track 1. Intramural 1-2; Mask Wig 1-3, President 3; Radio Speech Club 2-4, Station Manager; Science Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Arts Crafts Club 2-4, President 3. Edward Miller — Linda Miller — Monitor 2. Sandra Mitchell — Monitor 4; Pep Club 4. Roberta Mobley — Monitor 2-3. Ernestine Moore — French Club Ass ' t. 2-4. Marshall Moore — Richard Moore — Math Club 2-4. Jerry Moran — Football 1 ; Redskin Revue Monitor 1 ; Special Cadet Colonel Charles Todd, com- manding officer of the ROTC, pins colonel ' s diamond insignia on Honor- ary Colonel Sue Huppert. Cadets Charles Roush and Mike Yarber look on approvingly. Sponsor Jack Johns ' Abdicates for Business Harry Mo-efield — ROTC History Club I; Track 1. Terry Muncy — League of Honor 2; Special Ass ' t. 4; Track 1 ; Turnabout Day 4. Judy Murphy — Monitor 3. Sandra Mussman — Band 4; FTA 1-2; Home Room Agent 1; League of Honor 1 2,4; Monitor 1-2; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Turnabout Day 4. David Neal — Monitor 2. Mary Neal — Monitor 2. Mike Nichols — ROTC Drill Team 2-4, Commander 4- ROTC History Club 2-4; ROTC Scramble Drill Team 3-4; ROTC Officers Club 4. Jacquelyn Noles — League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1-3; Turnabout Day 4. Nancy Norcross — Choir 2-4; League of Honor 1-4 Top Ten 2-4; Manualaires 2-4; Masoma 3-4, President 4; National Honor Society 3-4; National Thespians 3-4, Secretary 4; Redskin Revue 1-4, Co-Chairman 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Junior Class Vice-president; Top Ten lunior; Cirls ' State 3; Turnabout Day 4; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. Carol Nordholt — Home Room Agent 3; Intramural 1-3; Monitor 1,4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 1-2,4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4. Donna Norman — Cirls ' Glee Club 2-4 Sandra Norris — Booster 4; FTA 4; Home Room Agent 1-3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Spanish Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Turn About Day 4; Girls ' State Alternate 3. Linda Norrhard — Intramural 1 -2; Special Ass ' t. 1 -3. Darrell Owen — Basketball 1 tramural 3-4; League of Moniior 3-4; Track 1 -4. Merrell Owen — Basketball tramural 3 ; League of Honoi 3-4; Track 1-4. Jack Owens — Monitor ■3; Pep Club -2; Cross Country 1-4; Honor 2-4; Letterman In- 2-4; -2; Cross Country 2-4; Letterman 2-4; -4; In- Monitor John Paddock — Richard Parkhursr — Baseball 1, Student Manager; Intra- mural 1-3; Monitor 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 1. Betty Parrett — Cub Club 1; FTA 1-2; Girls ' Glee Club 2-4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Mon tor 3; Operetta 2-4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Turn- about Day 3-4; National Honor Society 4. , Laurissa Partlow — Home Room Rep. 3; Monitor 1-2. Brenda Patterson — French Club 3; League of Honor 2-4; Turnabout Day 4; Lily, Kentucky 1. Martha Patterson — Monitor 3; Operetta 1-3. James Patterson — Intramural 1-2. John Payne — 88 Mr. Howard Thrall Assumes Class Leadership Karen Payne — Monitor 3-4; Operetta 2; Service Sewing 4; Our Lady of Grace Academy 1. Pamela L. Payne — Cheerleader 1-2; Girls ' Giee Club 1-4; Glee-ettes 2-3; League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-3: ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 3-4; Turnabout Day 3-4. Marilyn Perry — League of Honor 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Brit Peters — Baseball 1-4; Intramural 2-4; League of Honor 2-4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 3; Turnabout Day 4. Vivian Plake — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. Fondra Plummer — Home Room Agent 3; Pep Club 1-2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Y-Teens 3. Sharon Ann Rackley — FNC 1-4, Vice-president; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Glee-ettes 4. Donald Rae — Intramural 1. Kenny Rash — Roger Rsrliff — Southport High School 1. Danel Rsuch — Band 1-4; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 1; Orchestra 1-4; Wrestling 1. William R. Rector — Carl Browning Reed — William Reed — Band 1-4; League of Honor 3; Wrestling 2; Turnabout Day 3-4. Dorothy Reed — Monitor 3; Intramural 3; Pep Club Tri-Hi-Y 1-3; Sewing Service 4. Clyde Reever — 3; Monitor 3-4; Ronald Reintjes — Kathy Renner — Carla Rice — Citizen ' s League 2; Latin Club 1 ; League of Honor Club 1 ; Monitor 4; Pep Club 3; Ass ' t. 1-2; Turnabout Day Gary Richards — Football 1 . Home Room Agent 2-4; 1-3; Masoma 3-4: Math Redskin Revue 3; Special 4; National Honor Society 4. Lrn-i Richards — Monitor 4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Queen Ann Candidate 4. Silas Richardson — Band 1-4, Lieutenant; Dance Band 1-4; league of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1 ; Operetta 1-4; Orc ' iestra 1-4; Pep Band 1-4; Redskin Revue 1-4; Turnabout Day 4. Vo. r eetta Richardson — Intramural 2; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 1 ; Student Affairs Board 1 -2. Michael R : denour — Baseball 1; Football 1-4; I ettermcn 4; Monitor 3 4; Tennis 3; Track 1; Wrestling 1-4. 89 ' Big Five Revive Redskins ' Basketball Spirit Mary Riggin — FNC 3; Intramural 1 ; Pep Club 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. Sharon Righto- — Intramural 1-3; Latin Club 1; Monitor 3; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 1-2. Nika Riley — Intramural 2; High School Red Cross 1-2; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2,4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Barbara Rippy- -High School Red Cross 1; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,3. Elizabeth Roberts — FTA 1; Girls ' Glee Club 1-4, Vice- president 4; Clee-ettes 4; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor I; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-3, Secretary 2; Turnabout Day 4. Thomas Roberts — Cross Country 1-4; Intramural 1-2; League of Honor 4; Letterman 2-4; Monitor 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Track 1-4; Wrestling 1-3; Homecoming King Candidate 4; Student Council 4. Claudia Robinson — Monitor 4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; South- port High School 2. Patty Robinson — Monitor 2; Pep Club 1. Robin Rogers — Cheerleader 1-3; Choir 2-3; Intramural 1; League of Honor 1-3; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 1-3; ROTC Drill Team 4; ROTC History Club 4; Flag Girl 1; Military Ball Queen Candidate 3-4. Judy Roll — Girls ' Glee Club 3-4; Flag Girl 1. Charles Rosetto — Intramural 1-4; Monitor 1-2; Track 1; Wrestling 1. Delia Ross — Girls ' Glee Club 3-4; Glee-ettes 4; Stage Crew 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Ben Davis High School 1. Monitor 3; Pep Club 1 ; League of Honor 1-2; With tears of disbelief, Diane Eickhoff walks down the royal carpet on " cloud nine " with her King, Mike Mager, after being elected 1964 Homecoming Queen. The Girls ' Glee Club and the Marching Band serenade her with ' Girl of My Dreams. " 90 Captain Linda Harkness Sparks Cheerleaders Charles Roush — Baseball 1-2, Varsity Manager; Monitor 2-3; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC History Club 2-4; Exercise in Knowledge 4; ROTC Scramble Drill Team 3-4; ROTC Officers Club 4; League of Honor 2-4. Teresa Rowe — Washington High School 1-2; Northwest High School 3. Kipp Rucker — Ronald Rutherford — Baseball 3; Intramurals 1-4; Monitor 2-3 Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. Choir 2-4, President 4; Operetta 3-4; Redskin Iris Ryan — High School Red Cross 3-4; Mask Wig Club 1 -4; Radio Speech Club 2; Special Ass ' t. 4; Stage Crew 1 -3. Sharon Sanders — Pep Club 1, Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Sacred Heart High School 1. Sylvia Sattler — Monitor 1,3; Pep Club 1. Ephiram Saunders — Choir 1-4; Monitor 1-4; ROTC Drill Team 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Track 1. Linda Scheer — Home Room Agent 2; Latin Club 1 ; League of Honor 1 ; Pep Club 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Jane Scheibble — Intramurals 4; St. Agnes Academy 1-3. Mark Sehofield — Football 1; Track 1-3; Wrestling 1-4. Sharon Schrowe — Choir 3-4; Cub Club 1; FNC 3; Intra- murals 1; Home Room Agent 3; Monitor 1-2; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 4. Julie Schulz — Band 1-4, Secretary 4; Booster 1-4; Choir 3-4; Ivian 3-4, Ass ' t. Editor 4; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4, Treasurer; Operetta 3-4; Quill Scroll 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-3; Turnabout Day 4. David Scott — Band 1-4; Dance Band 3-4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Stage Crew 3. Pamela Scott — Girls ' Glee Club 1 ; Columbus High School, Columbus, Indiana 2. John Sedam — Monitor 2. Jan Sego — FTA 1 ; League of Honor 1 ; Pep Club 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 1 ,3-4. Rita Sexton — League of Honor 1-4; Pep Club 1-2; Red- skin Revue, Act Writer 4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4. Kathy Seyfried — Cheerleader 3; Choir 2-4; Intramurals 1; League of Honor 1-4; Monitor 2; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4. Winifred Sherrod — Intramural 2; High School Red Cross 2; Indianapolis Junior Academy 1. Judith Shives — Choir 2-4, Vice-president 4; FTA 1-2; Intramurals 1-2; League of Honor 1-4; M nualaires 3; Masoma 3-4, Historian; Operetta 2; Pep Club 1-2; Red- 1-3; Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, Vice- National Honor Society 4. Cross Country 1-3; In- skin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t president 3 ; Turnabout Day 4 Kenneth Short — Basketball 1 tramurals 3-4; Track 1-3. Ronald Sledge — Daisy Smith — League of Honor 1-4; Ass ' t. 2-3; National Honor Society 4 Monitor 4; Special 91 Parents, Pupils Attend Annual Senior Conference Diana L. Smith — Intramural Larry Smith — Baseball 1-2,4 Letterman 2-4; Monitor 1 ; Turnabout Day 4. Linda Smith — Monitor 1 -2. Nancy Smith — Monitor 2; Pep Ciub 1-4. Basketball 1-4; Football 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 2-3; Track 3; -2. Robert Smith — Sherry Smith — Band 3-4; Choir 4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4. Sue Smitha — Lynn Snead — Citizen ' s League 3-4; FTA 1-2; Home Room Agent 1; Intramural 1-4; Monitor 2; Hep Club 1-2- Redskin Revue 2-3; ROTC History Club 4; Special Ass ' t. 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; ROTC Sponsor 4; Home Room Rep. 1. Esther Sobel — Debate Club 3-4, Secretary 4; FTA 2-4, Vice-president 4; Home Room Agent 3; League of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Math Club 1-2; National Honor Society 3-4; Science Club 1-4, Vice-president 4; Spanish Club 2; Turnabout Day 3-4; Intramural 1. Lester Sobel — FTA 2; League of Honor 1-3; Mask Wig 3; Math Club 2-3; Redskin Revue 4; Science Club 1. Pat Spain — Harry E. Wood High School 1-3; National Honor Society 4. Cathy Sparks — Home Room Agent 1 ; Intramural 3-4; League of Honor 1-4; Redskin Revue 4; ROTC History Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1-2, Vice-president 2; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; Turnabout Day 4. Lawrence Speck — Industrial Arts Club 2. Debbie Stace — FTA 1-2; Home Room Agent 2; Ivian 4, Senior Editor; League of Honor 1-4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 1-4; Redskin Revue 3-4; Science Club 2-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-4; Turnabout Day 4. Joseph Stachow — Band 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 4; Stage Crew 3-4. Jim Stafford — Tech High School 1 . Rita Stafford — Intramural 1-3; Monitor 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2. Marilyn Stanfield — Speedway High School 1 ; Southport High School 2. Ritajo Stanger — Choir 2-4; Intramural 1-2; Leagus of Honor 1-3- Masoma 4; Monitor 2-3; Operetta 3-4; Pep Club 1-2; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 3; National Honor Society 4. Charles Douglas Stegemoller — Football 1; Monitor 2-3; ROTC History Club 1-3; ROTC Rifle Team 1-4; Special Ass ' t. 4; Tennis 2; ROTC Officers Club. Sandy Stephens — Orchestra 1 . Carolyn Stuard — Monitor 4. John Stiegelmeyer — Football 1 mural 1; Ivian 3; Latin Club Ass ' t. 4; Track 1. Janet Stokes — Girls ' Glee Club 4 French Club 1-3; Intra- -3; Math Club 1 ; Special Monitor 2-3. 92 ' Opportunity Day Informs Students of Careers David Stratton — League of Honor 3; Math Club 2; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC Rifle Team 3; Special Ass ' t. 4. Beverly Cene Strode — Monitor 2-3. Linda Stroud — Monitor 4. Paul Stroud — Football 1-4, Co-Captain 4; Home Room Agent 1,4; League of Honor 1-4, Top Ten 1-4; Letterman 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Redskin Revue 2-4; Roin ' es 3-4; Science Club 2-3; Track 1-2; Wrestling 1-4, Captain 4; Turnabout Day 4; Top Ten Junior; Boys ' State 3. Emmett Stuck — Intramural 2; Monitor 1-2. Donald Sullivan — Baseball 1-2; Intramural 1-3. Stephen Susemichel — Intramural 4; League of Honor 2-4; Monitor 1,3-4; Roines 3-4; ROTC Drill Team 2-4; ROTC History Club 1-4; ROTC Officers Club 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; Exercise in Knowledge Team 4; Science Seminar 3-4; National Honor Society 4. Stan Sutliff — Booster 2; Cross Country 3; Cub Club 1 ; Intramural 2-3; Letterman 4; Math Club 4; Monitor 2-3; Science Club 1 ; Tennis 1 -2,4. Tom Sweares — Math Club 1 ; Monitor 1 ,4. Margaret Swisher — Home Room Agent 4; Intramural 1-3; Turnabout Day 4. Robert Swope — Band 1-4, Concertmeister 3-4; Dance Band 4; League of Honor 2-4; Operetta 3-4; Orchestra 3-4; Pep Band 3-4; Roines 3-4; All-City Band 3-4, Con- certmeister 4; All-City Orchestra 3-4; Turnabout Day 4. Phillip K. Tanasovich — Choir 2-4; FTA 1-2; Booster 3-4; Ivian 3-4; Monitor 1; Operetta 2-3; Redskin Revue 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 2-3; Turnabout Day 4; I. U. Journalism Institute 3-4. Bob Taylor — Basketball 1; Football 1,3-4; League of Honor 1-2; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 2; ROTC Drill Team 2; ROTC Rifle Team 1-2; Special Ass ' t. 2, Track 1-4. Donald Taylor — Monitor 3; Spanish Club 1-2. Oran Taylor — Booster 4; Ivian 4; ROTC Drill Team 3-4; ROTC History Club 4; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; ROTC Officer Club 4; ROTC Color Guard 2-4. Martin Teasley — Monitor 3. Vincent Tex — Marvin Thompson — Stage Crew 1 -2. Charles Jesse Todd — Debate Club 3-4, President 4; Foot- ball 1-4; League of Honor 1-4; Letterman 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4; National Thespians 4; Roines 3-4, Secretary; Track 1,3-4; Top Ten Junior; Exercise in Know- ledge 3-4, Captain 4. Norma J. Toon — Band 2-4; Debate Club 3; Monitor 2; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 2,4; Redskin Revue 2; Special Ass ' t. 1-4. Don Townsend — Basketball 3-4, Student Trainer; Choir 2-4; Football 2-3, Manager; League of Honor 1-4; Top Ten Junior; National Honor Society 3-4; National Thespians 3-4, Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4; Redskin Revue 2-4. Co-Chairman 4; Science Club 2-4, President 4; Turnabout Day 4. Gary Vandagrifft — Don Van Der Moere — Football 4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 3; Wrestling 1 -4. Phil Vandivier — Future Printers 1 ; Track 2. 93 Nancy Norcross Heads Class in Scholarship Victoria Vannatta — Intramural 2-4; Pep Club Ass ' t. 2; Tri-Hi-Y I. Special Jim Vaughn — Future Printers 2; Intramural 2-4; Monitor 4; Wrestling 3. Michael Vermillion — Intramural 4; Sacred Heart High School 3. Charles Wagner — Pauline Bowling Wagner — Citizen ' s League 1 ; High School Red Cross 2; Special Ass ' t. 1,4. Judy Wagstaff — Choir 4; Monitor 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 3; Military Ball Queen Candidate 3. Riki Sharlyn Wakefield — Home Room Agent 4. Sherry Wallace — Monitor 2. Danny Ware — Future Printers 1-2; Intramural 1-3; Wrestling ]. Stanley Waterman — Future Printers 2; Industrial Arts Club 2; Intramural 2; Wrestling 3. Stephen Waterman — Home Room Agent 2; Intramural 4; League of Honor 1-4; Math Club 4; Monitor 3; Roines 4; Turnabout Day 4. Phyllis Webb — Monitor 3; Pep Club 1-3; Redskin Revue 3; Special Ass ' t. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,3-4, Historian 4. Mike Weidman — Baseball 1 -4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 2-3. John Weidner — Football 1; ROTC Rifle Team 2-4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Helen Wellinghoff — Pep Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2. Marian Welsh — Monitor 4; Student Ass ' t. 1,3-4. Richard Wessel — Football 1-4; Intramural 2-3; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 2-3; Stage Crew 4; Track 1-4. Timothy West — Franklin High School 1 . Winona Westbrook — Linda Wheeler — Monitor 1 ; Spanish Club 1 ; Special Ass ' t. 1-3; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Queen Ann Candi- date 4; Turnabout Day 4. Peggy Wheeler — League of Honor 3; Pep Club 1; Special Ass ' t. 4; Turnabout Day 4. Larry White — Intramural 1-2; Monitor 1. Shirley Ann White — League of Honor 2-3; Monitor 2-3; Pep Club 1-3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Turnabout Day 3-4. Carolyn Wilburn — Monitor 2; Special Ass ' t. 4. 94 Seniors Don Caps and Gowns for Graduation ; Intramural 4. -4- Ivian 4; Redskin Richard Wilkins — Football Bob Williams — Intramura 4; Track 2. Richard Williams — League of Honor 1 -4 National Honor Society 3-4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Dixie Wilson — Girls ' Glee Club 4; Monitor 3-4; Turnabout Day 4. Revue Monitor 4; Judith Wilson — Monitor 1,4; Special Ass ' t. 4. Sharron Wilson — Home Room Agent 3. Marlene Witt — Cheerleader 1 ; French Club 1 ; Home Room a i. i. i ea g U e of Honor 1-4; Masoma 3-4; Pep Club " 1-2; Flag Girl Agent ., =c. s . ..-..-. 1-2; Redskin Revue 1-4; Special Ass ' t. 1 ; National Honor Society 4. Charles Wood — Baseball 1-4; Basketball Letterman 1-4; Choir 1-3. -4, Captain 4; Jim Wood — Cross Country 1-4; Letterman 3-4; Monitor 1 ; Track 1 -4. Diane Wortman — Cheerleader 1; French Club 1-2; League of Honor 1; Monitor 1; Pep Club 1-2; ROTC History Club 4; Special Ass ' t. 1,3-4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Military Ball Queen Candidate 4; Flag Girl 1. Dan Wright — Baseball 1; Football 1-3; League of Honor 1; Letterman 3-4; Wrestling 1-3. Michael Lee Yarber — ROTC Drill Team 1-4; ROTC History Club 4; ROTC Rifle Team 3-4, Manager 2-3; Special Ass ' t. 3-4; Turnabout Day 4; ROTC Officers Club 4. David Yates — Monitor 2-3 ; Track 1 . Aaron L. Zeigler — ROTC Sponsors Diane Wortman, Rita Carson, Kathy Seyfried, Pam Payne, Carla Hancock, Kathy Marshall, and Sue Huppert added a iittle color to the ROTC Corps for 1964-65. In addition to their inspection duties, the girls act as hostesses for all home athletic contests and the Military Ball. Juniors ' Ring ' in Vacation Mood Junior Class officers. Bill Taylor, treasurer; Nancy Kidd, president; Connie Coss, secretary; and Ron McBride, vice-president, discuss plans with Mr. Maurice Huckleberry, sponsor. Enthusiastic about becoming organized, members of the Class of (if) returned in September, ready for more responsibility and added privileges they would receive as " older and wiser " upperc lassmen. Electing officers and ordering rings highlighted the first weeks. Members decorated the traditional Junior Class Christmas Tree in the main hall, and on the last day of school before vacation, our rings arrived! Really special Christmas gifts! Juniors shone on both the athletic field and in academic pursuits throughout the year. Vice-presi- dent Ron McBride helped boost the varsity gridders to a winning football season last fall, and juniors in the top three percent of the class became National Honor Society members in the spring. All dressed-up and wearing red and white carna- tions, the class was honored on Junior Day, March 3. During an after-school class meeting, the " Top Ten " of the Junior Class received gold keys. Climaxing the year was the Junior Prom, in Man- ual ' s own Cymnasium for the first time. A holiday mood prevails as juniors decorate the big Christmas tree in the main hall, annual gift to Manual of successive junior classes. Partying in the cafeteria closed the festive afternoon. 96 Juniors Kenneth Abbott, Carl Agee, Donna Al- ford, Debbie Allanson, Phyllis Allen, Mike Alte, Guy Ammerman, lola Ander- son, Jim Andrews. Suzann Andrews, Jam ' s Angerer, Sharon Atwood, Lynnette Bacon, Marilyn Bailey, Linda Bair, Robert Balay, Pat Ballinger, Mike Barbee. Vicki Barger, Debbie Barkhau, Suzanne Barnes, Gerald Beck, Dan Beers, Conni Beghtel, Linda Bertram, Charles Bidgood, Doyle Biggs. Joe Bilbrey, Michael Bird, Connie Birt, Carol Bishop, Peggy Bivens, Jamie Bled- soe, Diane Boatner, Robert Boss, Mary F. Bottorff. Lois Bowling, Beverly Boyd, Kathy Bragg, Lynn Branam, Jill Breeden, Juanita Breeden, Brenda Britt, Eva Brooks, Wil- liam Brown. Noble Brown, Peggy Brown, Richard Brown, Robert Brown, jerry Buchanan, Jesse Bullens, Michael Bumpus, Florence Bunting, Sue Burns. Tom Burson, Mickey Bush, Jim Butler, Susie Butt, Michael Canner, Gloria Car- bonell, Virginia Charnes, Rodney Car- penter, Linda Carrica. Boyd Carson, Judy Carver, Fred Chest- nut, Ron Childers, David Christy, Phyllis Christy, Karen Claffey, Cara Clark, Don- na Clark. Buddy Cliburn, Michael Clouse, Franch Cody, Arvine Coleman, Wilma Collett, Charles Collins, Theresa Comer, Danny Cook, Kirby Cook. Tom Cook, Linda Cooney, Judy Cooper, Geraldine Cope, Ronnie Corn, Linda Covington, Bernie Cox, John Cox, Patricia Cox. Larry Coy, Sandy Cox, Regina Cox, Marsha Craig, Jeanie Cravens, Pamela Creager, Florence Crowdus, Judy Cross, JoAnn Daft. Sharon Dain, Barbara Dale, Emily Daly, Anita Daugherty, Sue Daugherty, Brenda Davis, Eugene Davis, Ginger Davis, Mary Davis. 97 Juniors Larry Day, Carol Deem, Lawrence Denzio, )r., Ralph Dexter, Carlene Dietz, Richard Dillon, Dennis Dodd, Beverly Drake, Wil- liam Duke. Patsy Dukeman, Pat Dunlop, Sandra Dunn, Betty Durrett, Dale Eades, Nancy Edmunds, Lynn Egg ert, Gary Ellis, Gil Ellis. Linda Ellis, Steve Ellis, Gilbert Elrod, Gary Embree, Jeanie Emery, Linda Emery, Mary Evans, Aurelia Faughn, Carolyn Fesler. Ronny Fields, Jim Fikes, Ed Finchum, Claudia Flahie, Mike Fletcher, Delida Foley, Barbara Ford, David Ford, Steve Fordyce. Sharon Foster, Glenn Fox, William Fox, Lana Freeman, )ohn Fultz, Steve Fuquay, Linda Gaines, Janice Garrity, Gloria Gibson. Ronnie Gill, Jim Gilliland, Jeanie Givens, Joyce Givens, Bill Glass, Linda Glascock, Lynne Goble, Becky Goodman, Patty Goodrum. Connie Goss, Marilynn Goss, William Gough, Richard Grant, Danny Graves, Ina Green, Robert Green, Tom Green, Rob Greene. David Greeson, Diane Gregory, Louise Gross, Steven Grubbs, Patty Guy, Rose- mary Haapala, John Hair, Pat Hair, Lundy Halcomb. Jimmy Hale, Pat Hale, Peggy Haley, Clarence Hall, Ronnie Hankins, Judy Hardey, Ruth Hardy, Vivan Harlan, Leonard Harrington. Donna Harris, Pat Harrison, John Hart, John Hartman, Lillian Harvey, Leroy Hawkins, David Hayes, Sharlene Hayes, William Hays. Penny Head, Michael Heavrin, Michael Hedges, Janet Henricks, Mary Henry, Paula Hieb, Gerald Hill, Robert Hodge, Richard Hollcraft. Donna Hollingsworth, John Hollings- worth, Robert Hollingsworth, William Hook, Marvin Hoover, Daniel Hubbs, Jesse Hunt, Gale Hutton, Anita Jenkins. 98 Juniors Linda Jimison, Dixie Jinks, Carolyn John- son, Earl Johnson, Joyce Johnson, Judy Ann Johnson, Adele Jones, Harry C. Jones, Jon Jones. Larry Jones, Linda Jones, Ronald Jordan, Linda Junkins, Samuel Lee Junkins, Bob Jurgen, Larry Keith, Sharon Kemmerer, David Kent. Kenneth Keown, James Kepley, Karen Ketchum, Nancy Kidd, Barbara Kirkham, Jim Koenig, Sheila Koopman, Karen Kord, William Kord. Steve Koser, Lawrence Kottlowski, Lois Kunkel, Mike Lake, Rita Leibrock, Mar- chita Lemme, Charles Lewis, Ceorgeanna Lewis, Terry Lewis. Ed Longwell, Darrell Lowery, Rita Lutane, Gary Lynch, John Lyzott, Jim Mahurin, Roger Mankedick, Charlotte Martin, John Maryfield. Jim Maschmeyer, Barbara Mascoe, Cary Matherly, Russell Mathis, Christina May, Myron May, Linda Maynard, Ron Mc- Bride, Randolph McGregor. David McGuff, Terrie McKee, Delores McKinney, Don Meade, Brenda Meadows, Jerry Meek, Sharon Miller, Bertha Milli, Beryle Miner. Onlookina, comrades tease Linda " Babe " Ellis as she sings " I ' m Not At All In Love " in the Manual Music Department ' s production of " The Pajama Game. " 99 Juniors Kenneth Monday, Angelia Monroe, Tom Moreland, Cindy Morgan, Walton Mos- ley, Vera Moss, Marlowe Mullen, Vickie Muncy, Douglas Nave. Donna Neal, Volly Nelson, Richard New- kirk, Vicky Newkirk, Cindy Nichols, Sharon Noles, Jan Nolting, Cathy Nor- man, Sharon Nuckles. Gloria Nuckolls, Ronnie Oakes, ]im O ' Brien, Sally Olds, Rocky O ' Neal, Mary Ordway, Bill Osborne, Alice Ottinger, Linda Outcalt. Eddie Pagel, )aunice Parker, Janet Par- rott, David Patterson, Gerald Patterson, Paul Patterson, Virginia Patterson, Jena Pearce, Steven Penner. Robert Percifield, Charlotte Peterson, Larry Petrie, Mary Pfeffer, David Pfender, Charles Phillips, David Phillips, Gloria Phillips, Rosemary Phillips. Tim Pickard, |ohn Pierce, Sandra Pier- pont, Marsha Pittman, Duann Pollard, Janet Powell, Steve Poynter, Patti Pres- nell, Vivian Preston. David Price, Linda Priest, Phyllis Pryor, Edward Raasch, Kathleen Rafferty, Dar- lene Ragsdale, Harry Ragsdale, Mona Rainbolt, Jack Raney. Maria Ray, Sherry Rayburn, Marlene Renner. Ricky Rutherford, Jeanne Reuter, Kathy Reynolds. Andrew Rhorer, Brenda Rhoton, Kim Richards. Barbara Richardson, Carolyn Riddell Arnold Rivera. » Patricia Roberts, Claudia Robertson, John Rogers. Junior Connie Goss represents Redskin spirit as she mascots at all football and basketball games. Here in her authentic Indian costume, she aids the cheering squad at a home football game. 100 Juniors Lovelia Rogers, Daniel Ryan, Sandy Sagers, Russell Saltzman, William Sap- penfieid, Benjamin Schanzel, Linda Scheier, Frank Schilling, Alfred Schlueter. Linda Schultz, Jodi Sego, Jon Seniour, Larry Sferruzzi, Mary Shaw, Steve Shel- ton, Barbara Shingleton, James Shock- ley, Tom Shoopman. Bob Short, William Shoulders, Andrea Siersbeck, Joyce Simpson, Sandy Skaggs, Rusty Slinkard, Janis Smiley, Dave Smith, Linda Smith. Sandra Smith, Cindy Snyder, Gary Sparks, Larry Speals, Ruby Spencer, Linda Spil- mon, Alfred Stahl, John Stainbrook, Xantippi Stanley. Robert Stansbury, Cwen Steakley, Bever- ly Steele, Karlis Steinmanis, Sally Ste- phens, David Stewart, Kenneth Stewart, John Stirling, Randall Strait. Milton Swift, Delores Syra, Bill Taylor, Martha Taylor, Thomas Terry, Charlie Thomas, 01 lie Mae Thomas, Glenn Thompson, Lois Thompson. Teresa Thompson, Randy Thorpe, Linda Throckmorton, Terry Toler, Lewis Totty, Mike Tucker, Jim Tyree, James Vadas, Larry VanDerMoere. Robert Van Noy, Sharon Vehling, Steve Voelker, Robert Waddell, Steve Walker, Virginia Walter, Walter Warren, Austin Wathen, Jessie Waynick. William Weakley, Nicholas Weaver, Tom Wechsler, Peggy Weigle, Carolyn Weimer, Maryrose Weis, Pauline Welsh, Jim Wesner, Janeann West. Phyllis West, Kathi Westerfield, Wanda Wharton, Barbara Wheeler, Vicki Whit- aker, Lynda Wilburn, Robert Wilcoxon, Jerry Wilde, Monika Wildner. Neal Williams, Paula Wilson, Stanley Wilson, Winifred Wilson, Linda Wine- inger, Daniel Winkler, Johnny Winston, Fred Wiseman, David Wurz. Kathie Wyatt, Kathleen Wynalda, Linda Wyrick, Charles Yager, Larry Yager, Mary Lynn Yocum, David Young, Thomas Young, Richard Zollars. 101 Sophomores ftofliJl Wi •■■htr Diane Abella, Lynda Ackerman, Nancy Adams, Bill Albers, Mike Allee, Gloria Alston, Raymond Alte, Earline Ander- son, Elizabeth Anderson. Sharon Anderson, Donald Appel, Tommy Archer, Tom Arkins, Eddie Arnold, Robert Ashcraft, Jim Avery, Bernadette P. Bailey, Troy C. Bailey. Michael Baird, Alonzo Baker, Evangeline Baker, Lynn Baker, Steve Baker, William Balay, Marie Balls, Beverly Baugh, Anna Bardine. Mildred Barnes, Bill Baron, Charles Bar- ton, Bob Bartram, Melinda Beal, Roy Bilyou, Deborah Birdwell, Debbie Bird- well, Craig Bishop. Lura Bishop, Mike Blackwell, David Blythe, Pam Bossingham, Mike Bottoms, Diane Bowers, Rehfeldt Bracey, Janice Bramlett, Ronald Brandenburg. Paulette Brehob, Tommy Briggs, Russell Brooker, Janet Brooks, Eric Brown, Judy Brown, Leo Brown, Linda Brown, Terry Brown. Susanne Browne, Jerry Brownlee, Bill Bryant, Pam Bunnell, Shirley Bunnell, Robert Bunting, Kathy Burton, Linda Butterfield, Nancy Byers. Pam Callahan, Ray Calvert, Rebecca Campbell, Bobby Canter, Richard Car- son, Rita Carson, Bill Carter, Pat Caulle, Tim Chapell. Austin Chapin, Pat Childers, Robert Childress, Karen Clark, Pat Clarke, Janice Clements, Rodney Clifford, Carolyn Clin- ard, Linda Clugston. Wanda Cobb, Marsha Cochran, Olivia Cochran, Louis Colbert, Lee Colvin, Barbara Comer, John Conlin, Ed Conniff, Valerie Conrad. Becky Cook, Marvin Cook, Paul Cook, Sheila Cook, Nancy Cooley, Janice Coop, Donald Cooper, Richard Cope, Beverly Cornwell. Lorraine Coseboon, Carolyn Cothron, Caren Courtney, Charles Cox, Eric Cox, Karla Cox, Kay Crabtree, Carol Cravens, Larry Cross. Sophomores Jesse Crowdus, Howard Culpepper, Charles Cummings, Rhonda Cummings, Becky Davis, Debbie Davis, Jacqueline Davis, Jim Davis, Patsy Davis. Ronald Davis, Vincent Deardorff, Cara Denny, Chuck Devine, Katherine DeWitt, Joseph Didion, Michael Dillahay, David Dillon, Charles Dinwiddie. Henry Dobbs, Brenda Jean Dobrota, Kaye Doty, Bonnie Downs, Scott Doyle, John Drake, Linda Dunn, Melvin Durham, Bonnie Eads. David Ebbeler, Deborah Eberg, Larry Edwards, James Eggert, Pat Emberton, Steve Ernest, Toni Eubank, Ralph Ever- road, Linda Eversole. Jan Farmer, Cherylan Ferguson, Sharon Ferrell, Ledora Fields, Steve Fishburn, Darlene Fletcher, Gary Floyd, Margaret Flynn, Susan Fogle. Lynne Fogleman, Jana Foley, Beverli Ford, Debbie Ford, Ray Ford, Rosemary Fortner, Rick Foster, Cynthia Foxworthy, Jeannetta Freeman. Mary Freeman, Parfenita Freeman, Bar- bara Fritsche, Michael Caddis, Larry Gardner, Clyde Garner, Susan Garner, Katy Cenier, Terry George. Tina Gierke, Charlotte Gilley, Larry Gilliam, Ollie Gilly, Gale Gladden, John Goldsby, Daryl Gordon, Pamela Gordon, Ronald Gordon. Manual ' s campus down along the creek makes a perfect hunt- ing ground for biology students. Sophomores Debbie Eberg, Leon Humphrey, and Cathy Phillips capture a few bugs for their collection. f7% Sophomores Jack Coss, Jennifer Graham, Sharon Craves, Dennis Cray, James Cray, Den- ville Green, James Green, Linda Greeson, Carol Groce. Sally Grubb, Bob Cunnell, Judy Haas, David Hackleman, Catherine Hafer, Sherri Hale, Johnny Hall, Vivian Hall, Walter Hall. Beverly Hamersley, Russell Hancock, Joyce Hardey, Beverly Harding; Rita Hardin, Shirley Hargrave, Carol Har- graves, Jerome Harris, Mary Harrison. Beth Harvey, Donald Hassler, Doug Hat- tabaugh, Harry Heidelberger, Dave Hen- dricks, David Henke, Dottie Herring, Kay Herrington, John Herron. Richard Hestand, Inge Hildebrandt, Greg Hillan, Patty Hittle, Leona Hofmeister, Loretta Hofmeister, Clessie Holloway, Mary Hopper, Steve Hord. Nancy Hobbell, Donna Hulen, Loretta Humble, Jerry Humphrey, Joetta Hum- phrey, Leon Humphrey, Ken Hunt, Jerry Hurst, Charles Hutchings. Donna Hutchings, Darlene Hyatt, Rebec- ca Hyneman, Arthurene Irvin, James Ison, Christy Iverson, Charles Jackson, Lois Jacobs, Anita Jarrett. D arlene Jarvis, Phyllis Jent, Sheila Jent, Jerry Joergens, Albert Johnson, Jim Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Walter Johnson, Ancle Jones. Gary Jones, Melinda Jones, Jerry Jordan, lames Judd, Clifton Keen, Gary Keene, Wanda Keith, Jerry Kelley, Mike Kelley. Charlene Kelsey, Daryl Kemp, Hazle Kennedy, Jess Kennedy, Jeanine Kent, Charles Kidwell, Karen Kilgore, Larry Kinnaird, Patti Kirk. Sandra Kirk, Mildred Kizzee, Donna Knoll, Lois Knox, Linda Koopman, Ed Kortepeter, Gary Kunkel, Steve Land, Kathy Landis. Jim Landrum, Amy Lane, Shirley Lang- ford, Deborah Lasley, Dianne Lasley, Janice Elaine Lasley, Janis Lasley, James Lawrence, Philip Lawrence. 104 Sophomores Cynthia LeBoutillier, James Leonard, Bonnie Lewis, Carl Lewis, Robert Lewis, Sherry Lewis, William Lewis, Rosemary Linehan, David Lintecum. Gary Lock, Marsha Lohman, Susan Long, Richard Lovett, Virginia Lovett, Barry Lowden, Karen Lowe, Kathleen Loy, Carol Lucas. Cheryl Lucas, Barbara Lutane, Lynne Lyons, Carol Magerlein, Lucian Majors, Linda Manning, Herbert Marshall, Gloria Martin, Sally Martz. Wayne Mascher, Marilyn Maxey, Mickey Maxwell, Sandra May, Bonnie McClure, Jerry McClure, William McClure, Michael McCoy, Jo Ann McCubbins. Roger McDonald, Nerina McFarland, William McGaha, David McGrath, Billy McGurer, Dennis Mcintosh, Larry Mc- Kenzie, Mike McLaren, Patricia Mc- Whorter. Lewis Med, Pam Medcalf, Jenny Meek, Pam Menges, Connie Mercer, Richard Metzger, Joe Meyer, Marva Meyer, La- verne Miles. Paul Miles, James Miller, Joe Mills, Charles Mittman, Torie Monroe, David Moore, Robert Moore, Stella Moore, Tom Moore. Claudia Morefield, Janetta Morrison, Roger Morrow, Ken Morwick, Stephen Mulder, Glenna Mullins, James Murley, Janie Murphy, Danny Myers. Sharon Nelson, Linda Nevil, Carol Nevins, David Newlin, Mike Nicley, Stephen Nordholt, Billy Norris, Steven Norris, Thornton Norton. John O ' Brien, Bobby O ' Connor, Jimmy Odom, Larry O ' Gwin, Terri Oliver, Phyl- lis Ottinger, Mary Otto, Susie Osborne, Paula Overby. Jeffrey Overton, Merilyn Overton, Robert Paddock, Ron Palladay, Joe Palmer, Cheri Pardue, lack Pardue, James Paris, Robert Paris. Dave Parkhurst, Karl Partlow, John Pastrick, Randy Pate, Carolyn Patrick, Teddy Patrick, Walter Patrick, Pamela Patterson, Dee Payne. 105 Sophomores . k lift VW.i 7? 12, .aftmH I George Payne, Rosemary Peaveler, Danny Pennington, Charles Perry, Linda Perry, Jerry Peters, Carol Phelps, Kathy Phil- lips, Paulette Phillips. Susan Phillips, Pam Pierson, Pat Pierson, Earl Ping, Daniel Piper, Alvin Ray Plahitko, Christine Poland, Lee Potts, Mike Powell. Mary Jo Powers, Rondal Poynter, Steve Price, Sue Pruitt, Cheryl Pryor, Sally Pullen, Edward Quarles, Mike Rafferty, Ronald Ransdell. Robbie Ratliff, Ted Ratliff, Barbara Ravellette, Jeff Redford, John Reed, Murlin Reed, Sandra Reed, Steven Reed, Michael Reid. Linda Rich, Guy Richardson, Tom Ridenour, Ruth Ann Riedeman, Louis Rietel, Debbie Rightor, Bev Rigney, Ken- neth Ritter, Cheryle Roberts. Paula Roberts, Susie Robertson, Brenda Robertson, Carolyn Robinson, Michael Robinson, Bonnie Roe, Linda Roller, Lloyd Rosetto, Peggy Ross. Patty Rowe, Gary Royalty, John Ruark, Robert Rudolf, Karlis Rusa, Brenda Kay Rush, Nelson Samples, Charles Saunders, Martha Schlangen. Eva Schurman, Brenda Schwab, David Sedam, Larry Settles, Delores Sevier, Linda Shackleford, Theresa Shatto, Linda Shea, Shirley Shelley. Carl Shepherd, Steven Shiphorst, Tim Shirley, Gary Shonk, Dave Shoopman, Bill Short, Eddie Short, Sarah Siebenthal, Don Silas. Richard Sipes, Jean Skillern, James Skill- man, Harold Skinner, Steve Slinkard, Alice Smith, Annette Smith, Billy Smith, Bonnie Smith. Carolene Smith, George James Smith, James Smith, Jerry Smith, Kathleen Smith, Larry Smith, Linda Smith, Melody Smith, Mike Smith. Pamela Smith, Ray Smith, Robert Smith- ers, Dick Snider, Steve Snoddy, Brock Snowden, Larry Spain, Rita Speck, Ruth Speck. 106 Sophomores Larry Squires, David Stace, Debby Staf- ford, Herbert Dale Starcher, Don Stapert, Connie Staten, David Steele, Pam Steele, Vernon Steinke. Joan Sterrett, Diana Stevens, Judy Steven- son, Kenny St. John, Bobby Stout, Sandy Stover, Phil Stover, Jean Strother, Deborah Stroud. Deborah Stuard, Steve Stuard, Theadore Stuard, Mark Stucker, Janet Studer, Linda Sturdevant, Anne Summers, Paula Summers, Ruthann Surber. Joe Swindle, Ray Tacoma, Linda Tague, Carolyn Taylor, Eric Thomas, Brenda Thompson, Jim Thompson, Eddie Tolle, Genevieve Trammell. Nancy Trimble, Vicki Troutman, Karen Tussey, Rita Tyree, James Upchurch, Sandra VanLue, Johnnie Vibbert, Robert Walker, Phil Warren. Beverly Waskom, Lester Waskom, Mike Weaver, Gary Weddle, Debbie Werz, William West, Bob Westerfield, Martha Westerfield, Jesse Wheat. Sam Wheeler, Rebecca White, Ron Whitt, Ron Widner, Loren Wilkins, John Williams, Ralph Williams, Shirley Wil- liams, Steve Williams. Susan Williams, Lora Wise, Philip Wise. Sheilah Wise, Chris Wodtke, Wendell Wolka. George Wood, Richard Worland, Con- nie Wright. Diane Wright, Donnie Wright, Patricia Wright. Kathy Yates, Debbie Young, Michael Younger. Engergetic sophomores gain league of honor points by act- ing as student assistants for teachers and administrators. Debby Stafford lends a hand to Mrs. Vivian Siener, Dean of Girls. 107 Fresh. „ . » mm all , U men William Adkins, Vicky Alford, Clifford Allen, Darrell Allen, Richard Allen, Michael Anderson, Mike Anderson, David Andrews, Mike Andrews. Don Antrobus, Nancy Arthur, Steve Ash- craft, Mike Baker, Gary Bailey, Phillip Baird, Johnny Ball, Danny Ballard, Jacquine Barlowe. Sandra Baron, Vickie Bartley, Ricky Beauchamp, Linda Bechman, Brian Berry, Sandra Berry, Aija Berzins, David C. Biddle, Timothy Bilyeu. Michael Birtchman, Rhonda Bishop, Jim Bivens, Linda Blankenship, Jay Blevins, Dennis Blow, Judy Bohali, Randy Boles, Candace Bolls. David Bonner, Alan Booker, Larry Booth, Mike Borden, Wayne Borneman, Tom Bothwell, Ray Bousum, Dan Bowers, Eugene Boyd. John Boyd, Mary Boyd, Dennis Brad- shaw, Bonnie Lou Bragg, Marsha Brandt, Cynthia Lee Bridgewater, Bobbie Brown, Carolyn Brown, Don Brown. Kathy Brown, Leonard Brown, Patty A. Brown, George Edward Brunner, Donna Bryant, Sandra Bryant, Anna Buchanan, Brenda Buescher, Pamela Bumpus. Vanessa Bundles, Michael Burch, Jim Burton, Roy Bussell, Joe Bustle, George G. Butler, Karen Cain, Terry Caine, Bill Calhoon. Connie Campbell, Betty May Campbell, Gary Canter, David Capps, Anna Carey, Gary Chadwick, Richard Chadwick, Robert Chadwick, Shirley Chadwick. Ronnie Chambers, George A. Charles, Bob Chaszar, Olis Cheatham, Ruth Cheatham, Andy Cherry, David Cherry, Sandra Cherry, Gilbert Chittenden. Sarah Chittenden, Ronnie Christy, Ron Clapper, Carl Clark, Daniel Clark, Deana Clark, Paul Clarke, Chuck Clay, David Clay. Roxann Cobb, Dave Coffman, Peggy Collier, Eddie Collins, John Conniff, Ron Conway, Edward Coonfield, Robert Coop- er, Larry Cosby. 108 Freshmen Marsha Coviness, Gregory Cox, LaDonna Cox, Michele Craig, Karen Cravens, Candyce Crockett, Michael Croker, Betty Cross, Linda Cross. Paul Cross, Gerry Crowdus, Mary Crow- dus, Michael Crowdus, Michael Curtiss, Diana Dain, Bob Daniel, Kenneth Daniels, Barbara Davis. Don Darko, Peggy Daugherty, )ack Davidson, Gloria Davie, Aubrey Davis, ]ohn Davis, Larry Davis, Lizzy Davis, Lucy Davis. Jan Davis, Shirley Davison, Sally Davy, Fran DeArmond, Gary Delk, Julie Del- more, Dennis Demers, Beulah Denham, Steve Deppe. David Devine, Cheryl DeWeese, Cathie Dewey, Gary Dietz, Patricia Dillman, Sharron Dillon, Donna Doan, Dale Dodd, Christina Dollahan. Lynn Dollahan, Ricky Donohue, Carolyn Dubree, Brenda Duke, James Duncan, Linda Durham, Ronnie Dye, Robert Eads, Walter Eaton. Shirley Eaton, Larry Eby, David Edwards, Nancy Elrod, Nancy Emerson, Vernon Emery, Donald England, Penny Engle, Anna Esselborn. Dale Estes, James Eustace, John Evans, Lucille Evans. Linda Farmer, Joann Fesler, John Fidler, Mary Fidler. Jack Fitch, Gregory Fitzgibbons, David Fikes, Kenneth Fikes. Joe Fisher, Jim Fitch, Phyllis Flynn, Larry Fogleman. Anne Ford, Carol Randall Ford. Ford, Carolyn Ford, Freshman Michele Craig enters into the festivities of Senior Day as she entertains at the after- school senior party. Dressed as a bum, Miche le sang and danced to the strains of " Bye-Bye Black- bird. " ki I 109 Freshmen Clarence Fortner, Alfred Foster, Phyllis Foster, Wendy Foster, Albert Foullois, Bob Fouts, Sue Fouts, Carolyn Franklin, Elaine Frederick. Sanford Freeman, Mike Fiesel, Vicki Fritts, Sandra Calbraith, Terry Gardner, Robert Gardner, Freddy Geldmeier, Mar- gie Gerhart, Michael Gibson. Gary Giger, Alice Gilley, Dora Gilly, Terry Gingles, Vicki Gladson, Linda Glass, Donna Goble, Don Goebel, Diane Goldsby. Ellen Gonder, Jacqueline Gooden, Alvin Goodwin, Danea Gordon, Jerry Gordon, Myron Gordon, Paul Gorman, Eugene Goss, Dale Grant. Eddie Grant, Debby Graves, Larry Graves, Steve Graves, Cynthia Gray, Sandra Grayson, Carolyn Green, Linda Green, Glenda Greer. Linda Greer, Brenda Gregory, Chuck Gregory, Linda Gregory, Terri Gregory, James Grismore, Peggy Groves, John Grubbs, Sharon Gum. Linda Haas, Rebecca Haas, Jonanna Hafer, Beulah Halcomb, Carol Hallock, Charles Hall, Francis Hall, James Ham- mond, Linda Hancock. Sandra Hancock, Bruce Hardey, Mike Hardman, Arlene Harlan, Dave Harlos, Nada Harlow, Shirleen Harlow, Paul Harmeson, Michael Harris. David Harrison, Diane Harrison, Lana Harrison, Randy Harrison, Phyllis Harton, Marilyn Hartsock, Stephen Hartsock, Sherry Hattabaugh, Thomas Haug. James Hawkins, Sherry Hayes, Dan Hay- den, Larry Hays, Kathy Heavrin, Wil- liam Hedges, Marianne Hedges, Janet Herring, Deborah Hill. Thomas Hill, Nancy Hittle, Beth Hodges, Richard Holland, Edwin Hollenbaugh, Roberta Hollingsworth, Kenneth Hols- claw, Peggy Holsclaw, David Hoover. Michael Hord, Ward Horn, Alice Hors- ley, Elizabeth Horton, James Howard, David Hoyt, Dawn Hubbs, Joseph Huff, Greg Gadshian. 110 Fresh men Howard Huffman, Margaret Hulse, Charles Humphrey, Barbara Hunt, Dar- rel Hutchings, Frieda Hutton, Sam Hut- ton, Harold Inabnit, Ronnie Inabnit. Sharon Irish, Evatina Irvin, Robert Jar- rett, Alan Jay, Pam Jenkins, Marcia Jent, Walter Jimison, Michael Jobe, Michael Johannes. Bob Johnes, David Johns, Janis Johnson, Michele Johnson, Terence Johnson, Terry Johnson, Dennis Jones, John Jones, Li la Jones. Robert Jones, Sharrie Jones, Paul Jones, Steve Jonquet, Sue Keen, Christi Keene, Shirley Kekar, Beverly Keller, Ronnie Kelsey. Richard Keown, John Key, Delighte King, Janet King, Robert King, Allen Kinslow, Rebecca Kirkham, Michael Klinge, Janice Kloss. Marjorie Kloss, Karla Knapp, Don Kraft, Susan LaFara, Cheryl La Follette, Roderick Lambert, Jim Land, Marvin Lawson, John Laue. Mike Law, Patti Law, Judith Lewis, Roberta Lewis, Wayne Lewis, Steve Lind, Linda Lindley, Bill Lloyd, Richard Lloyd. Ruthie Longere, Barbara Loughmiller, Bon Loughmiller. Mike Lowden, Brenda Lowe, Ronald Lowe. Shirley Lowe, Steve Lowery, Phil Lucas. Danny Lynch, Sandra Lynch, Bill Madden. Mary Madsen, Larry Malson, Herman Maples. Freshman Sandy Wagner, library assistant, lends a hand in dec- orating the Christmas tree in the library. This tree was just one of several that adorned Manual during the holiday sea- son. Ill ,21 UA Fresh men Darryl Marshall, Kenny Martz, Tom Mascari, James Maxey, Araina May, Carol May, Peggy Mayfield, Terry May- nard, Kenneth McAnally. Chris McCloud, Doug McCrady, Lorretta McCray, Milly McCurry, Jimmy McDon- ald, Jessie McFarland, Karen McGraw, Beatrice McGregor, Sue McCuffin. Bill McCuire, Barbara McKenzie, Ran- dall McKenzie, Rickey McKimmy, Arleen McKinney, Paula Ann McKinney, Diane McLinn, John McQueeney, Anna McRae. Landa McWhorter, Steve Meador, Linda Medcalf, Timothy Mercer, Michael Meyer, Mark Middleton, John Mikits, Paul Mikus, Kathryn Miles. Ruth Miles, Cassandra Miller, Rose Ellen Millie, Diana Mills, Rhonda Mills, Fern Mink, Tom Mitchell, John Mobley, Jim Managhan. Dennis Monroe, Gregg Monroe, Terry Moore, Harold Morgan, Sam Morrison, Darrell Morton, Ronny Morton, Larry Morwick, Pat Moses. Fran Muffler. Kenneth Neff, Janie New- kirk, Mike Nichols, John Nolting, Charlie Northrup, Robert Muhlhauser, Nancy Mussmann, Tyrone Norris. Steve Nuckles, Ronald Nye, Ruth Ellen Oates, Geneva Odle. Jerry O ' Neal, Bill O ' Niell, Julie Overton, Tina Overton. Linda Owens, Gary Paddock, Kathie Painter, Sandra Louise Palmer. Paula Pardue, Imogene Parker, Mike Parrot, Karen Partlow. Jean Pastrick, Robert Patrick, Gary Pat- terson, Linda Payne. Senior Don Townsend portrays jolly old St. Nick as he hands a favor to Freshman Phyllis Stroud at the annual Senior- Freshman Christmas Party, de- signed to send folks off to vaca- tion in a Christmas mood. 112 Freshmen. Steven Payne, Charles Penniston, Dorothy Phelps, Stephen Pieper, Tina Pickard, Phyllis Pierson, Diana Pierpont, Billie Pinner, Dulcena Pitcher. John Plotz, Ronnie Plumlee, Kathy Pol- lard, Steven Pollard, Tim Pool, Larry Potts, Carol Pothast, Debbie Powell, Judith Powell. Mike Powell, Kenny Preston, Billy Price, Vicki Price, Joe Prindle, Gloria Pruett, Darlene Pruitt, Joe Quassy, John Quinn. Robert Raasch, Michael Radcliff, Kathy Raney, Judy Rardon, Gary Ream, Robert Reed, Sandy Reed, Susan Reed, Thomas Reed. David Reehm, John Reese, James Reeves, Ronnie Remington, Carol Remington, Christene Renner, Nita Renner, Donna Rhodes, Charlotte Richeson. Tom Richey, Horst Richter, Mike Riewer, Cynthia Rigby, Carolyn Rightor, Sandra Ritter, Susan Roberts, Pamela Robinson, Fred Robinson. Cindy Rogers, Pamela Rollings, Linda Rosetta, Marcia Royalty, Donna Lee Rud- dick, Curtis Rudisell, Eddie Rudisell, Joe Ryan, Mike Ryan. Vera Rybolt, Rose Sabatier, Owen Sad- ler, Marie Saltzman, Roxie Salyers, Gary Sampson, David Sapulich, Clara Schelske, Steve Schoreck. Mel Shubert, Susan Scott, Jim Shadbolt, Mike Shaffer, Cindy Shatto, Sandra Sheffer, Yvonne Shemell, Jim Shirley, John Shirley. Darryl Short, Johnny Short, Pam Shotts, Annette Siebenthal, Susie Siersbeck, Paul Simmons, Darrell Simpson, Paula Sind- linger, Rex Skinner. Darrell Skipworth, Donald Sloan, Larry Sloan, Anna Smith, David Smith, Gail Smith, Gary Smith, Judith Smith, Kay Smith. Linda Smith, Sandy Smith, JoDell Smitha, Jay Southerland, Allen Sparks, Deborah Sparks, Joyce Spears, Leonard Speziale. Wanda Spilmon. 113 Fresh men Judy Stahl, Deborah Stalraker, Jimmy Stansberry, Mike Staten, Linda Stege- moller, Bill Stephens, Robert Sterrett, Chuck Stevens, Eileen Stevens. Rita Stewart, Rhonda Stewart, William Stokes, Darrell Stout, Larry Strahl, Paul Stratton, Sherry Strehle, Teresa Strickler, Phyllis Stroud. William Strode, Jacque Stuart, Linda Suite, Anvel Suits, Danny Sullivan, John Sullivan, Beverly Summers, Marcia Sum- mers, Ira Swinney. Donald Switzer, Cindy Tabor, Cheryl Tanasovich, Charlene Taylor, Cheryl Tay- lor, Gary Taylor, Larry Taylor, Phil Tay- lor, Ronald Taylor. Gary Templeton, William Tharp, Cheryl Thomas, James Thomas, Beverly Thomp- son, Bruce Thompson, Donna Thompson, Jerry Thompson, Carolyn Thorpe. Jerry Thorton, Daniel Tolan, Ramon Toliver, Virgil Tompkins. Walter Tram- mell, William Trent, Harold Troutman, Jim Trowbridge, Paul Umbreit. Joanne Underwood, Nathaniel Urshaw, Danny Vandivier, Teresa VanCordon, Dave Vanjelgerhuis, Robert Van Wagon- er, Milton Vermillion, Judy Vickery, Don- na Viellieu. Claude Vires, Becky Waddell, Robert Wagner, Saundra Wagner, Ann Walker, Jim Wallace, Nancy Wallace, Don Ward, Paul Ward. Patricia Warner, Marnett Washington, Keith Waskom, Terry West, Margaret Westerfield, Janice Wharton, Sandra White, David Wheeler, James Wheeler. Ronald White, Suzanne Whitson, Carolyn Wilde, Dennis Wilde, Larry Wilde, Virginia Wiley, Dee Wilderson, Marcella Wilkerson, Wanda Wilkins. Connie Williams, Debbie Williams, Wen- dell Williamson, Ric Wilson, William Wimmenauer, Thomas Wiseman, Carol Witt, Janie Witt, Dietrich Wodarz. Bob Workman, Sandra Wurz, Craig Wyatt, Billy Yager, James Yager, Robert Yocum, Margaret York, Larry Zimmer- man, Regina Zook. 114 Retakes Pamela Braughton, William C. Brydges, Olis Cheatham, Georgia Church, Charles Cook, Sharon Corcoran, Ronald Cornwell, Laura Dale, Susan Dewey. Jerry Durham, Connie Ellis, Cherylan Ferguson, Albert Foullois, Margie Free- man, Vicki Frey, John Fry, Michael Gar- ner, Dennis Robert Goldsby. Pat Hale, Michael Hodge, Karen Hurt, Mike Hyneman, Lynda Kleppe, Linda Lee, Dean Robert Loughmiller, Mattie Macy, Kathy Mesker. Ramona Mae Morris, James Muffler, Charles Norman, Ruth Ellen Oates, Janice Osborne, Janet Sue Pack, Paul Patter- son, David Potter, Janet Powell. Steve Poynter, Teddy Richards, Robert Robinson, Rose Sabatier, Richard Sande- fur. Donna Silcox, Brenda Smith, Jimmie Smith, Tom Smith. Sheri Stenger, Marcia Sublett, Charlene Suite, Debbie Williams, James Wilson. Freshman Cheryl DeWeese looks at a magazine sent to her by two Japanese school girls through FLOW. This international cor- respondence program promotes the " flow " of ideas and under- standing between teenagers in other parts of the world. It " It! k HH i aHHHi 115 Tumbling Boys, Pyramiding Girls Spark Yell: Performing feats of acrobatic skill during football and basketball games are Randy Strait, Steve Ernest, and Wayne Mascher. These tumblers add a touch of variety to Manual ' s cheering squads. Harry Ragsdale was also a cheerster. Practicing one of their pyramid formations are Reserve Cheer- leaders Sally Martz, Susie Robertson, Melinda Beal, Patty Hittle, and Karen Clark. These girls cheer for and travel with Reserve teams to let them know the school ' s behind them. 116 January 9B ' s Jessie Abney, Dennis Anderson, Kenneth Atwood, Allen Baker, Robert Barton, La- Donna Sue Basham, Paul Basham, Beverly Brittain, Jimmie Brown. Ronnie Brown, Robert Bruce, Darlene Brumley, Lajoi Bufkin, Yvonne Bumpus, Cynthia Canner, Larry Carmer, Terry Carson, Sandra Christy. Johnny Cooper, Steven Covington, Bobby Cross, Mytrie Dailey, Tim Dale, Larry Darland, Jane Davis, Joseph Dawson, Judy Ann Dawson. Cheryl Dearing, Carl Dicks, Karen Dillon, Dennis Ditchley, Linda Dunbar, Judith Edwards, Jerry Emery, Bill Esselborn, Sandy Everett. Eddie Foster, Sarah Cadshian, Lydia Gal- leger, Gary Ceer, Ronnie Cipson, Tony Cordon, Kathy Green, Johnny Croce, Sonja Groce. Carol Groff, Brenda Halcomb, Phyllis Harris, Raymond Harris, Barry Hatchell, Ha Hie Hood, Linda Horton, Larry Jen- kins, Walter Jensen. Cathy Johnson, Roberta Johnson, Barbara Jones, Jacky Jung, Mel Jurgen, Deborah Easton, Barb Kattau, Allen Lane, Thomas Lang. Freshmen Cheerleaders Shelly Craig, Regina Zook, Brenda Busher, Pam McKinney, Nancy Hittle, Nancy Mnssmann, Cheryl Tanasovich, and Kathy Painter lead their classmates in support- ing Rhinie teams. 117 1 S i January 9B ' s Richard Lantis, Nancy Liggett, Barbara Long, Karen Lowe, Ada Lugo, Ray Mahurin, Diana Majors, Keith Martin, Max McCord. Bob McCurer, Wilbur Meredith, Mikie Meyer, Keith Millay, Larry Miller, Dian- nia Moore, )oan Mosley, Carry Neu- meyer, Eva Nicley. Garland Orr, Dale Owens, Robert Pence, Pamela Kay Phillips, William Pickens, Vernica Pinner, Danny Rickard, Linda Robinson, Glen Ross. Vickie Rutan, Mary Rybolt, William Sex- ton, Janice Shonk, Beverly Smith, Kerry Smith, Ruth Smith, Linda Sparks, Marcia Squires. Jim Stephenson, )erry Sturgeon, Bob Thompson, Cathy Thurston, Polinia Tu- dor, Diana Turk, Cindy Turner, Ronald Van Sickle, Arthur Vaughn. Vinnona Venzke, Bobby Vibbert, Doris Wagner, Virgil Walker, Paul Ware, Kay Weddell, )udy White, Anna Whited, Charles Williams. Bobb Wilson, Peggy Wilson, Thomas Winkler, Mike Wire, Donald Young. Home Room 145 received a planter for having the largest attendance at the Masoma ' s par- ty for freshmen. Those attending were Phyllis Foster, Wendy Fos- ter, Rosalind Finley, Carolyn Ford, Anne Ford, Vicki Fitts, and Jackie Gooden. 118 ' Back Stage Redskins Keep School ' Oiled ' Mrs. Sarah McKinney, matron, long an ex-officio member of the publications staff, pauses in her work in the Booster Office, when no one else is available, to help out. Here she sells a Sectional derby to Sherri Hale. Typical of the Cafeteria crew who see that hungry Redskins get good food each day is Mrs. Oma Bell, who for many years has served Manualites such " teenage favorites " as the french fries she is handing to Steve Ellis. Two big snows caused custodians many backaches. The tractor, shown here driven by Head Custodian James Monson, cleared mounds of snow from walks and parking lots. However, it was back to mops, pails, and elbow grease to get the mudtracked halls back to their usual immaculate condition. £ .- .- ' ( " IP " ' WT ..♦ • m; • i — ?.i l v on - »Vi -«l£ £ ipp " 1 -- ■-■■■■ aco; • . ■ «. liPT ; ., ! • C5E-- " .... • . Ardvertisina f uts U d in a noppina II flood )ppin £ ] 20 We Manualites, as citizens of rapidly-growing south-side Indianapolis, are genuinely interested in the services and commodities of our business neighbors, whom we number among our friends and patrons. Many of us have already assumed some shopping responsibilities for ourselves, and our likes and tastes influence much of the buying done by our parents. Our city ' s many fine stores, with their interestingly displayed and well-advertised " wares " create shopping moods in all of us. 121 JTT Rariri to Go is a new Mustang from Smart and Perry, as Salesman Bill Kleyla presents the keys to Mr. Ben Parke, the proud owner. FORD CITY ' Smart and Perry, Inc. US 31 and Johnson County Line Road TU 1-2541 Greenwood, Indiana A Faculty Favorite is sparkling 7-Up. Mrs. Polly Sterling, Mr. James Kastetter, and Mr. Oral Bridgford agree that 7-Up is a real re- fresher anytime. They are patronizing the 7-Up dispenser in the faculty lounge. You Like It - It Likes You 651 East Twentieth Street WA 5-1481 122 Dining Out at Howard Johnson ' s for excellent food and service are Tom Wechsler, Vicki Jung, Sue Huppert, Sally Stephans, and Chuck Lambuth as they peruse the menu for their favorite " specials. " Howard Johnson ' s 2635 South Madison Avenue ST 6-1001 A Soda Fountain Yet! One of the few left in town is found by Charlene Suite and Susan Williams being served by Geulah Harmon at Michels at Southern and Shelby. Michel Pharmacy with 4 locations 2202 Shelby Street ST 4-6530 2143 Prospect Street ME 8-9290 1857 Shelby Street ST 4-5498 2602 Shelby Street ST 4-1600 From Salad to Dessert Koweba provides a variety of canned goods for Manualites ' lunches. Mrs. Edith Hoffmann shows Donna Black and Judy Hansen our supply. Kothe, Wells, and Bauer 50 South Ko-We-Ba Lane ME 6-4507 123 League Champs Wayne Meyers and Bonnie Lewis get set to send a ball down the alley at Sport Bowl where Manual ' s League spends many after-school hours. Sport Bowl 3900 South East ST 6-6767 For the Unusua in flower arrangement, Gloria Alstott and Bob Smithers aoree that Buescher Florists can ' t be beat. George Buescher Son, Florist 505 E. Southern Avenue ST 4-2457 Take the ' Highroad ' to clean clothes at Scottee Cleaners on US 31 as Linda Ellis and Kathy Wynalda do. Scottee Cleaners 1 Hour Service Daily complete cleaning and laundry serv- ices. Quick service on formal wear! 3535 South East Street (US 31) ST 4-2642 2802 Lafayette Road (US 52) WA 3-6066 Capital ' Landscapers! 3 t . 1 i ' Bhh . I - - ' , ' Maschmeyer ' s Nursery landscaped die grounds surrounding the State Capitol and Office Buildings this year. Jim Maschmeyer is checking- blueprints for additional plantings. Maschmeyer ' s Nursery, Inc. 244 West Troy ST 4- 1 298 Engraver to r v anna I 5 -g . Bed Setter! Mr. Robert Behr checks photo measurements with Assistant-editor Julie Schulz and Editor-in-chief Nancy Lagle as the girls prepare to send in final pictures for the 1965 Ivian. It ' s the end of a long work year. 36314 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET • INDIANAPOLIS 4, INDIANA PHONE: MElrose 5-1376 125 It ' s Hard to Choose from the delectable display of salads and entrees that confront Joe Huff and Linda Scheier at The Heritage 3700 US 31 2333 Lafayette Road ST 6-2274 WA 3-3303 Hot Dog! Weber ' s wieners make a real hit with hungry Manualites Dan Ryan and Mike Bottoms as do all other Weber ' s meat products served in Manual ' s Cafeteria. Weber Sons, Inc. 1900 Churchman Avenue ST 7-1391 Yes, We Have Bananas and a large selection of fresh fruits and vegetables at State Road Super- market. Bev Boyd and Ruthann Surber shop for their mothers. Sate Road Supermarket, Inc. 3723 Southeastern Avenue FL 9-5596 Any Size Account from any size depositor gives the person a start in the sav- ing habit say Freshman Dale Grant and Senior Perry Cobb. SHELBY STREET Federal Savings and Loan Association 1525 Shelby Street ME 5-1503 J hoioGrapner — to Manual ' Queens ' and ' Kings ' Queen Jan Garriry and King Bill Taylor - 1965 Prom 4010 South Meridian Street ST 7-8190 oe N Penonalized Portraiture 127 if) S A Sweet Treat ' say Rita Carson and Sharon Callahan as they anticipate the luscious Dairy Queen concoctions they are about to enjoy. DAIRY QUEEN UKAT fOR Miff ® A f00D F0R Hl 2360 East Raymond Street ST 6-2664 Simply Swlnglri are the flowers from Madison Avenue Flower Shop Nancy Lagle tells Don Townsend as he selects a potted Azalea for a gift. MADISON AVENUE FLOWER SHOP 2457 Madison Avenue ST 6-0431 Perfectly Prepared and Compounded is the prescription Pharmacist Haw- kins is handing to Debbie State and Nancy Norcross. Hawkins Pharmacy is the place to go for all pharmaceutical needs. HAWKINS PHARMACY 234 E. Southern Avenue ST 4-2700 ST 7-5335 Go North or South and you find a Dairy Queen ready to satisfy your sweet tooth with delicious dessert favorites say Ron Davis, Pam Medcalf, and Steve Hartsock as they dig into scrumptious treats. Dairy Queen 1024 Fletcher Avenue 3102 Madison Avenue ME 2-8029 ST 6-9811 A Good Neighbor is Cook ' s Shell Station just across the Pleasant Run Bridge where speedy, efficient service is always available. Cook ' s Shell Service 2304 S. Madison Avenue ST 4-5858 ' Snowy - White ' are the dress shirts that Mrs. Jose- phine Nicosia hands to Ronnie Hines and Dave Darko. Whether it be laundry or cleaning, Darko ' s service is perfection. Darko and Sons Cleaners 2659 Shelby Street ST 4-2401 WMcng ONLY GOV ' T INSPECTED BEEF FOR STfflKBURGCRS WORLD ' S LARGEST USERS " Favorites in the cosmetic line are to be found in Morrow ' s complete stock. Susan Ellis and Steve Pieper do a bit of shopping at Morrow Pharmacy 2202 Churchman Avenue ST 4-4497 ' Headed ' for Paint Up are Manual Majorettes Phyllis Kott- kamp, Linda Cooney, Jena Pearce, Marilynn Goss, Joyce Johnson, and Anita Jenkins with Indianapolis Manufactured PERFECTION PAINTS Available at: Beech Grove Hwd., 606 Main St. Beech Grove ST -4-4811 Brown Hardware Co., 3002 Carson Ave. ST 4-6020 Continental Lumber Co., 1136 S Harding St. ME 8-7575 3522 E. Raymond St ST 7-2442 Edgewood Bldg Sup. Co., 1580 E. Epler Ave. ST 6-9208 Riggs Lumber Co., 1001 E. Beecher St. ST 6-3044 Suding Hardware Store, 2218 Shelby St. ST 4-2850 For Fast Service join the roundup at Steak ' n ' Shake where teenage favorites are ready in a jiffy. Julie Schulz, Nancy Lagle, and Dennis Bruns take timeout from yearbook work for a snack at Steak ' n ' Shake 2935 S. Madison Avenue ST 7-2894 Rain or Shine aluminum awnings from Kool Vent protect visitors Sandy Dunn and Jim Koenig. Kool Vent Sales and Service Corporation of Indiana 3447 Shelby ST 4-4458 Kool Vent Aluminum Awnings Kool Vent Storm Windows and Doors Kool Vent Siding Anchor Aluminum Wire Mesh Fence and Aluminum Privacy Enclosures G. H. Herrmann Funeral Homes 1505 South East Street 5141 Madison Ave. A Finer Service A Fairer Price Ambulance Service For Perfect Grooming whether it be your letter sweater or ROTC uniform, Gregg does a superb job of cleaning say Mike McGuire and Charles Rouch. GREGG CLEANERS 1004 Madison Avenue ME 6-6501 2630 Madison Avenue ST 6-0663 3450 Shelby Street ST 6-9877 Health in a Bottle awaits Cathy Sparks and Carol Korte- pcter in the vitamin capsules Mr. Tony Coppi is recommending to them. COPPI DRUGS 2616 Madison Avenue ST 4-5355 Look Sharp in your school clothes as Julie Schulz and Kelly Class do by having them Sanitoned at Crown. CROWN Laundry • Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning 3220 Madison Ave. Branch 2901 East Washington Street ST 6-1613 ME 7-3331 Really Class-y are Manual ' s class rings made from our own exclusive design. HERFF JONES COMPANY 1401 North Capitol Avenue ME 5-1554 Drink ai«.V4.PAlOFfc as Santa Don Townsend, Paula Sindlingcr, and Cindy Rigby are doing at the Senior - Freshman Christmas Party. things go better,! ' World of Color ' Esther Sobel and Patty Koopman admire the latest in color television found at Happy Huggins. HAPPY HUGGINS APPLIANCES 1 59 East Southern Avenue ST 6-4381 Ride in Style with a new car from Nankivell Chevrolet. Melanie Shubert and Bob LaFara look over the popular Corvair. Nankivell Chevrolet, Inc. 3800 South US 31 ST 7-3251 (Education ruAeA Jur I lHooaA into a I Hit oAaic 134 In a year ' s time our kaleidescopic experiences and activities, both educational and " just for fun, " truly run the gamut. They fuse together into a mosaic of moods. We have studied in the classroom to reach our ooals of learning; we have participated in sports to display and use our athletic skills; we have harmonized in music groups to produce melody in our school life; we have attended club meetings to broaden our interests and share our ideas. If we have done well in our endeavors, we have approached the goals of education— the changing and improving of attitudes. Then we go out into the world with confidence, profiting from the many moods that are part of — VJur UJearS at t il lanuai 135 INDEX Academics 6-15 Activities 24-45 Advertising 120-133 Album 64-119 Athletics 46-63 Band 32-33 Baseball 60-61 Basketball - 54-57 Booster Staff 38-39 Cheerleaders 53, 116, 117 Choir 34-35 Citizen ' s League 42 Classes 6-15 Color Guard 32 Craft-Arts Club 45 Cross Country 51 Cub Club 39 Dads Club 21 Dances 22 Debate Club 42 Faculty 66-73 FNA 37 Football 48-50 Freshmen 108-1 14 FTA Glee Club Golf 44 36 62 High School Red Cross 37 Homecoming 16-17 Intramurals 63 Ivan and Ann 22 Ivian Staff 40-41 Juniors 96-101 Junior Officers 96 Mask Wig 30 Masoma 26 Math Club 43 Musical 34 National Honor Society 29 National Thespians 30 Opportunity Day 19 Orchestra 34-35 Organizations 24-45 Printing Club 45 Projects Fair 20 P-TA 21 Quill Scroll 41 Radio Club 31 Redskin Revue 23 Roines 27 ROTC 18-87-95 ROTC Sponsors 95 Science Club 43 Seniors 74-95 Sophomores 102-107 Stage Crew 31 Student Affairs Board 29 Tennis 62 Track 58-59 Tri-Hi-Y 44 Wrestling 52-53 Y-Teens 44 Acknowledgements Photograph Page 24 The Indianapolis News Photographs Page 46 and 120 The Indianapolis Star 136 mmmim wSra ShHrHB amfamSS m ilillil ■Hi ■MM I BB Y ■ i «ftf JMfci )■■■■ Branm 8® SB HIIH ■BHaHi iBfJlli RllIRBH ' I mm mm V I H bHh Hi mfflm w Hi !
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