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Eleam for lbe Senior Class play, "Brother GooJe."
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Hilderbrand, Linda Mills, Janna Cosby, Roger Thackrey. fBack Rowj jim
Allison, Susan Seelman, David Williams, Sherry Brooks, Larry McKinnon,
Ken Kelley, Janis Sefton, Dan McKinnon, Marge Harvey, David Mulvany,
TALKING WITH THE FIRST LADY OF ILLINOIS, Mn. Rifhard B.
Ogilvie, Lorusl Log flap' nzemlzerx Carole Gilliland and Peggy Geadzey, Jenizm,
enjoy an interview amignmenl.
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Connerley, juniori, play "dren-up" with Geb Borden and Darliia Martin in their
rhild eare vlan.
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mingle io accomplish
just as progression in the adult world is dependent
upon individual performance, the FTHS world, too
moves forward by individual progress and
contribution to the community, Working
individually and in groups, students thrust
themselves into civic involvement for 1972. School
functions to which the public was invited and
public functions to which students contributed
established a bond between school and community.
Child care courses and gainful employment
provided students with the opportunity to mingle
in civic activities.
On a public or personal basis with the community,
FTHS students made involvement a reality.
FHA SWEETHEA RT QUEEN cana'idate.t,jill Bryan, Debbie Thompson, and
loyce Wyman assemble the decorations in preparing for the annual boy-ark-girl
prepare goung people
for real polilios
While only ri few FTHS students could actually go
to the polls to cast ballots in state and federal
elections, all were provided the opportunity to vote
and run for important positions around the school.
Elections for queens, class officers, cheerleaders,
and Student Council positions gave PTI-IS
politicians a place in school government. Whether
hitting the campaign trail or marking the secret
ballot, students had a foretaste of the voting
processes to which the 18-year-olds are now legally
QUEEN DEBBIE weary lbe rrbwn and rarrzet the red forex lbal Jymbolzze ber
royalty. Her error! if Ron Hall and lbe frown bearer, Brad Updike.
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Charles Gilliland, a.f the Good Cilizens' rhaiman of the Vimaru Trace DAR
fhapter, Mn. Mary Beth Stine, direflx lhe recognition reremony.
for brain and brawn
Ideally, the political plums go to the workers who
deliver the votes or work for the interests of their
political persuasions. To draw a parallel, Flora
students who by their efforts bring honor and
recognition to the school are Worthy of the
accolades they receive,
By the discipline of the win-or-lose, sink-or-swim
competitive processes, students will be prepared for
the exciting game of politics - the real world of
the government of the people, by the people, for
STUDIOUS HABITS paid of for julia Winka, senior, who won the 1972 Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award
MOST OUTSTANDING ofa number of football awards earned this year by Dan
MfKfUUOH was a position on the all-cortjerencejirst team seleeted by the NEC
TWELVE YEARS OF HITTING THE BOOKS may aefount for the fart that
Barry Bright refeived a letter of rommendation and Milei Bite earned a semifnalist
position on the National M eril Test.
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fare lo Trudi Harkiru, junior, wlaoxe projert was 'Qoinning
people lo the wall" in an Englzlfh elauroom.
EVERYBODY DUCK' Tyler Srbroeder, junior, aim
to please as be explaim bow hunting
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WONDERING WHERE TO START FIRST, Renee Cummins and Greg Rlmell,
juniors, examine lbe book-looking Jupply for Englzlrh flats.
help siudenis span
Giving the FTHS student more freedom of choice, the en-
tire English curriculum was reorganized this year to be of-
fered in one-semester rather than one-year units. With Mrs.
Sailor as head of the five-member department, the teachers
offered grammar, literature, and composition, then branched
out into such courses as drama, oral interpretation, and Shake-
Seniors bound for college struggled with the finer points
of sentence structure, ending up with the inevitable research
Spanish and German students expanded communicative
skills to foreign languages, getting inspiration for speaking in
another tongue from the enthusiasm and exhibits of Miss
Wells, just back from a semester in Europe.
Speech students practiced their native tongue in formal
speeches, debates, and group discussions.
ARRANGING A "TOUR EUROPE" BULLETIN BOA RD for German flaw,
Jeannette Digg.v ana' Randy Wells tack up a pielure oflbe Nalre Dame Calbedral as
a major attraelion in Parzlr.
adds ourrenl louoh
lo social sludies
Studies of U.S. foreign policy in Bangladesh and ping-
pong Peking brought senior social studies students a better
understanding of government world involvement, and the an-
nual constitution unit became more "pe-rsonalv with the addi-
tion of the'26th amendment.
U, S. history classes learned the national causes of the Civil
War along with Napolean's mistake at Waterloo.
Besides the principles of consumer economics, underclass-
men learned specifics of the wage-price-rent freeze and the
difference between relief and political maps.
After a study of behavior patterns, psychology students
discovered why they cry when they break up with steadies,
and a field trip to three mental institutions exposed class
members to levels of mental retardation.
TRANSPORTATION beeomer ez perronal problem for Debbie
Cadwalader, renior, or Jbe Jirugglet
with ber porler projeef for senior soeial Jluolier.
ONLY A POSITION jfzr 4 future Flora could be located on on 1825 mop. US,
bzlrlory Jludenlr Terara Tibbr and Alan Peterson point lo lbe rpol.
WITH A WORLD OF INFORMATION al berjfngertyrx, Marsha Eskew lakex
advanlage of F!0ra'5 well-.worked library to do refearrb.
CHECKING OUT WHAT MOTHER NATURE haf to omrfor inspiration,
ar! rludentr Nanny McConnell, Tondra Broolebarl, and Ruby Kruliinger work hr
a real "ou15id4y" :MCL
STUDENT OF NOTE, Roberl Srhroeder works out rome harmony
in musir theory vlan.
Allied arls class
offers new avenue
io cullural growlh
Meeting the cultural needs of students, the art, music, and
library departments gave individuals opportunities to expand
their artistic inclinations in a number of directions.
Delving into old magazine files, student librarians soothed
the qualms of term-paper-ridden students by placing mounds
of reference materials at their fingertips.
Introduced in the art department were such innovations as
macrame, rug hooking, and pastel work. Art II students tried
their hands at batik.
A new course called Allied Arts, offered during the first
semester, explored the correlation of art and music under the
joint supervision of Mr. Phillips and Mr. Penry.
PU TTIN G TOGETHER their rejbairman-know-how, Bill Lfwllf and Andy
Walhan, juniorx, rehaul a lawn mower motor in the agriculture Jhop.
CALCULATIONS and elertrifal equipment aid juniors Darrell Cook and Torn
Greenwood in f7nding lbe ebaraeterirlie ruroe of a iranszktor.
WELL-PA DDED. Duane Barbell, Jenior, Jbowy bi.: "lm elor pad" plan lo Mis:
Patton, bachelor living teacher, and Randy Oexzrieh,
POLISHING HIS DRILLING TECHNIQUES, Mike Hoekman, senior, doaf blk
THE DA YS OF HUNT-AND-PECK iyping are zwerfor Debbie Lauderbaek and
Linda Cannon, Jeniorr, who work on dmfllll problems in Jeerelariulpraeliee dau.
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NOT ENOUGH FLOOR SPA CE! Draj?ing ftudenls David Huey andjim
Holloway My to meaiure up lo dmjiing imirurlor Lester 0'De!!Ut "bowing
Jlandanhn with model conilrurlioru.
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Vocational education gained additional support this year
when fifteen Flora citizens representing different occupation-
al areas formed an advisory council,
Organized to study needs of the community and suggest
how the school could move to meet them, the council elected
Dr, Donald Bunnell for its first president,
The five areas represented on the council. were health ser-
vices, gainful employment, business, industrial arts, and agri-
culture. Members studied the offerings of the school as they
Besides health services and gainful employment, the three
home ec teachers offered a course called bachelor living, child
care, and the conventional home economic classes.
Business students learned accounting, marketing, and sec-
retarial skills that advanced students put to practical use with
Electronic and electricity students learned to build and re-
pair radios and electric motors. Drafting students built model
homes they had designed, and cabinet makers made stereo
cabinets and picnic tables. Ag students studied basic farming
procedure and shop skills for repairs and safety.
SOUND VIBRA TIONS, bu! not lhe kind to gromfe on, keep physics .vtudents Barry
Bright and Sam Paul busy lfying to jqnd the frequemjf of the tuning fork.
bone up on rules
of ieohnioal daia
Mathematics is the key to science, and both mathematics
and science are keys to college for FTHS students.
For those freshmen who found equations and sets to be a
bugaboo, Mr. Tingley offered a new two-year course in Alge-
bra I which was originally taught in one year.
Learning from newly purchased books, Mr. Conleyls plane
geometry pupils struggled with proofs, theorems, and deduc-
tive reasoning problems. Algebra II and senior math students
kept pace with Mrs. Spitzner while learning to cope with
logic, trigonometry, and calculus.
Science offerings included earth science, biology, chemis-
try, and physics. Getting their feet wet both literally and figu-
ratively, Mr.'Fry's Biology I and ll classes went to the source
of the ecology problem as they cleaned up Flora's reservoir.
Chemistry and physics students, under the authority of Mr.
Mattis, stirred up ill-smelling concoctions and learned more
about the laws of nature.
KNEE BONE CONNECTED TO THE HIP BONE . , . Bialogy Jludenlijay
Strange, Richard Kruisinger, Dan McGrew, and Rager Tlmrkrey use wire la
assemble 11 bone Jleelelon.
IVIELDIN G A BIG WOODEN COMPASS, Ronda Cantrell, Jopbomare, works
out a problem in geomelry.
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DRlVER'S TRAINING Jtudentf, Neal Mark, Carla Webb, ana' Carole Dulaney
do a quirk :beck on road ruler bqfore taking the ear out an the road
ON THE UNE VEN PARALLEL BA RS, Debbie Glaspy, freshman, balaneer in
a rwan posilion.
GENERAL STUDIES rludentr David Cable and Larry Cainer gel arriflanee from
FTA tearber dials, Debbie Caalwalader and Barbara Daugberly.
curriculum ic push
Flora's well-rounded curriculum provides for a number of
courses that contribute to personal growth of the individual
student even though the courses do not fall under the rigid
classification of the traditional three R's.
Driver education students kept the wheels rolling as they
learned the rules of the road and developed alert driving atti-
tudes. With Mr. Tingley and Mr. Updike safely buckled up
in the passenger seats, the students took command of the
wheel and learned the fundamentals of maneuvering an auto-
Passing out junior and Senior Class play programs and
keeping the outside bulletin board posted with up-to-date
FTHS events were meaningful experiences for the general
studies class members. For a lesson in purchasing cars, Miss
johns and her class toured Bill Wood's car lot.
Healthy students and good sportsmanship were the goals
of physical education classes. Mrs. Cherry and Mrs. Ripper-
dan tried to make ballerinas of the girls in gymnastics, while
Mr. Chornak and Mr. Stringer helped their boys build up
their muscles with weight lifting and push ups.
ROBIN HOODS Don Tenney and Larry MrKinn0n, reniorr, lfopejfzr the
ninepoint bull'J eye during an archery Jerrion in boyr' PE.
PUBLIC PINNING of Honor Society inductee, jon Holman, by Carole Gilliland
if aecompanied by lhe congratulalory handshake from Bang' Brighl.
lapping of members
in Honor Socieig
One of the most exclusive organizations at FTHS, Nation-
al Honor Society consists of those juniors and seniors who
after scholastically meeting the standard requirements were
screened by the faculty as to character, leadership quality, and
Supervised by sponsors, Mrs. Sailor and Mr. Gill, the socie-
ty published a student handbook to interpret the school pro-
gram. The chapter held monthly meetings in the homes of
"CHRISTMAS EVE IN THE CLEARING" lelx the dfamalirproweir of-Ieanne
Spilzner frabbitj, Nancy Grubaugb fmousej, and Carole Gilliland fxquimlj xbine
at the Honor Soriely Cbrzlrtmar party,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - fFront Rowj Carole Gilliland,
Sherry Brooks, Peggy Goodzey, Linda Mills, Miki Bice, Janis Sefton, julia
Winka, Ann Bennett. CSecond Rowj Mr. Gill, jill Bryan, Barry Bright,
Randy Henderson, joe Cartnal, jeff Cartnal, Nancy Grubaugh, Barbara
Daugherty, Mrs. Sailor.
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STUDENT COUNCIL - fFront Rowj Linda Newton, jan Bryan, Gail Covey, Mr. Thatcher. fThird Rowj Anna Thompson,-Ierald Butler,jim Car-
Cook, Shannon Briscoe, Vicki Pilcher, Carole Dulaney, Terry Koontz, Deb- fright, Rifk Sdlmidf, XV?-'VDC D'-Ike, Jeff HOSSCIFOYL KYC HCmPhlll, A4 W-
bie Cadwalader. CSecond Rowj Peggy Goodzey, Sherry Brooks, Steve Per- Pickcl III, Tim Shim'-
singer, Kent Wells, -Ion Holman, Alan Peterson, Randy Wells, Kevin-
board of directors
for new Hub
Shouldering a new responsibility this year, Student Council
members took on the task of serving on the board of direc-
tors for the Hub, Florals new teen center. Council members
also donated their time selling popcorn in order to raise
money for the center.
After searching through old records for alumni who were
graduated in years ending in one, the banquet, coronation,
dance, and parade committees produced an unforgettable 1971
Homecoming with the theme "Cartoons in Review? The
Council changed the traditional Thursday night Homecom-
ing banquet to Friday night in order to make it strictly an
The sale of more than 500 booster buttons for the Flora
Wolves and a student-faculty basketball game were the Coun-
cil's largest money-making projects.
A new plaque was dedicated to the school by the Student
Council in memory of former students who were killed or
Besides officially directing all school elections, the Student
Council also played host to the oncoming freshmen and other
visitors to the building.
The Council was sponsored by jack Thatcher, vice-princi-
pal, with Kye Hemphill, student body president, presiding
over all Council meetings. Other officers were Randy Wells,
president pro-tem, and Sherry Brooks, secretary-treasurer.
A FRIEND IN NEED. Kevin Covey, junior Student Council member, lendra
behhing band to oifiting eighth-graders, Debbie Holland and Melinda Brooks.
HIGH POINT ofthe Science Club Cbrirlmat party for-Ion Holman was lziling info
a big :bunk of Cbritimat calf.
CHRISTMAS BELLS by Marge Harvey become a par! ofibe Math Clublv
annual Jludy ball decorating project.
Science and math
eller school hours
Working with measurements in centimeters, millimeters,
and kilograms, the Science Club members performed difficult
experiments and watched movies. Mr. Mattis and Mr. Fry
sponsored the organization that built up to a spring fishing
With Mrs. Spitzner supervising, the Math Club made its
annual contribution to the holiday season by decorating the
study hall with drinking straw ornaments and old Christmas
cards. Third-year math students with "Bn averages were eligi-
ble for Mu Alpha Theta, math honorary.
SCIENCE CLUB - fFront Rowj Cindi Rascher, Teri Chaney, Susan Ue-
binger, Connie Burgess, jill Bryan, Cindy Krutsinger, Patty Kittle, Mary
Anne Thompson, Kim Roush, Linda Henson, Becky Wieldt, Anna Felty.
fSecond Rowj Mr. Mattis, Richard Staley, Phillip Leak, Rick Schmidt, Sam
Paul, Duane Burkett,,Ion Holman, Tony Mason, Barry Bright, Mike Persing-
er, Randy Wells, Mr. Fry. fThircl Rowj Mike Knight, jay Feagans, Arthur
German, Randy Payne, Debbie Graham, Steve Conklin, Vicki Schlabach,
Brent Schroeder, jim McCurdy, Lance Spitzner, Trudi Haskins, Dennis
Schmidt, Rose Behnlte, Kevin Covey.
FROM HIS PRECARIOUS PERCH on top of a dark, maihernatieian jay Strange
.ttringx tbe ruftornary green and red chain overhead lv decorate lbe rtudy ball area.
MATH CLUB - CFront Rowj Anna Felry, Sherry Brooks, Jeanne
Spirzner, Carole Gilliland, julia Winka, Barbara Guinn, Ann Bennett, Barba-
ra Daugherty. fSecond Rowj Lynn Murbarger, -Indy Foster, Brenda Cox,
Marge Harvey, Linda Henson, Kim Roush, Becky Wieldt, Kathy Howe,
Donna Krutsinger. fThird Rowj jay Strange, Sam Paul, Duane Burkett,
MU ALPHA THETA - fFront Rowj Sherry Brooks, Jeanne Spitzner,
Carole Gilliland, Barbara Guinn,-Iulia Winka. fSecond Rowj Kye Hemphill,
joe Cartnal, Ann Bennett, Anna Felty, Mrs. Spitzner. fThird Rowj jeff Cart-
nal, Sam Paul, Duane Burkett, jon Holman, Randy Henderson, Barry Bright.
Gary Henderson, jon Holman, Randy Henderson, Barry Bright, Shirley
Pearce, Mrs. Spitzner. fFourth Rowj A. W. Pickel III,-Ieff Cartnal, Phillip
Leak, Kevin Covey, Kye Hemphill, Richard Staley, Randy Benefield, Randy
Bright, Randy Wells, joe Cartnal, Mike R. Persinger.
COOKIES FOR FTHS VETERANS IN VIETNAM was' a przjeet undeflaken by
FHA. Debbie Leak and Brenda Daugberlypark a box jbr mailing.
FOUR AND TIVENTY BLA CKBIRDS, or apples, or whatever Brenda Cox and
Barbara Daugherly deeide on will eventually fill lbe pie shell: being frozen ,hr lbe
FHA - HERO - fFront Rowj Paula jones, Debbie Lauderback, Brenda
McCormick, Carolyn Dulaney, Gayle Moran, Sandy Connerly, jackie Dean,
Carole Connerley, Terri Denfon, Sandy Cox, Kim Moats. fSecond Rowj
Dianna Brinkley, Lynn Murbarger, Brenda Daugherty, Brenda Cox, Faith Ed-
monson, Larry McKinnon, Debbie Thompson, Donna Boyer, Renee Cum-
mins, Peggy Goodzey, Debbie Cadwalader, Connie Burgess, june Butler,
fThird Rowj Mrs. Stine, Ruth jones,-Iean Campbell, janet johnson, Martha
Lagle, Debbie Duree, Sheri Lewis, Chris Cooper, Roberta Lamb, Ginger
Frost, Pam Fellows, Marsha Laird, Patricia McKnight, MaDonna jones, Be-
linda Fitzgerald, Linda Field, Pam Mankin, Susan Guinn, Donna johnson,
Peggy Dean. CFourth Rowj Donna Hess, Richard Clamer, Rick Gibbs, Ric
Fopay, Darrell Cook, Mike Hockman, Tony Mason, Gary Henderson, Dick
Henson, Duane Burkett, Wayne Duke, Bob Aumiller, Ken Kelley, Allen
Hanneken, Rick Schmidt, Donna Connerly, Brenda Headlee, janet Banhart,
QI 'heros,' change
fiile fo FHA-HERO
Since boys were an addition to the Future Homemakers of
America this year, the organization was renamed Home Eco-
nomics and Related Occupations. Besides starting off the year
with a new name, HERO members also began the ritual of
initiating new members in both a formal and an informal
In a new money-making venture, the King Hairy Legs
contest, HERO members determined votes at one penny each
and honored Greg Hamilton, the winner, at their Christmas
pizza party. Another successful money-making event spon-
sored by this organization was the annual chili supper in -Ian-
uary. Members brought gallons of tomato juice, pounds of
hamburger, and scads of pies and cakes to feed the crowd that
stood in long lines waiting to be served.
Turning the tables, the girls asked the boys to the formal
Valentine Dance in February. A mother-daughter style show
and tea in May gave the girls opportunities to display their
sewing accomplishments, and a spring trip finished off the
year for the HERO members.
Debbie Thompson presided over the group's activities
with the assistance of Peggy Goodzey, vice-president, Brenda
Cox, second vice-president, Connie Burgess, secretary, and
Renee Cummins, treasurer. Officers elect for next year at-
tended an officers training workshop in Peoria one weekend
in March. Mrs. Stine, Mrs. Martin, and Miss Patton were co-
sponsors of the organization.
HOLLY FOR THE TEACHER. Ar n holiday genure FHA member: Becky
Pierson and larry McKinnon dIlfl7'ibHlB Jpnlgx of holly, Sludeni learberjabn
Kzkelewski gm hz! portion of .feasanal cheer
FHA - HERO - fFront Rowj Kim Fopay, Becky Sproat, Kathy Nash,
Vickie Shelton, Karen Rodgers, Elicia Turner, Karen Persinger, Carolyn
Powless, Nancy Sailor, Sheila Hinkle, Debbie King, Debbie Cartright. fSec-
ond Rowj Sarah Matteson, Yvonne Mulvany, Brenda Briscoe, Cheryl jack-
son, Debbie McAllister, Carol johnson, Cheryl james, Becky Fitzgerald, -Iudy
Fitch, Sally Mack, Nancy Brown, Debbie Steele, Denise Steele, Diana Dean.
CThird Rowj Miss Patton, Barbara Wathan, Karen Lewis, Vickie Thompson,
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Debbie Williams, Nancy Cox, Aleta Bonham, Laura Lawrence, Debbie Fath-
eree, Rosalie Green, Sarah Ferguson, Nancy Flower, Sharon Henson, Lora
Kinnaman, Mary Timm, Veda Albritton, Debbie Leak, jill Bryan, Mrs. Mar-
tin. fFourth Rowj Fran Pearce, Netra Pifer, Vickie Walsh, Edie Pearce,
Becky Pierson, Debby Sproat, Becky Pilcher, Ed Woomer, Randy Oestreich,
Dan Welty, Tim Wilson, Richard Wicke, Bob Wilke, Joyce Wyman, Judy
Shcley, Diana Wood, Debbie Sehie, Tanya Fitzgerald, Paula Hill.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA - fFront Rowj David Dennis,
Reggie Welty, Mike Harrell, john Wintermann, Mark Holman, Kevin
Moore. fSecond Rowj Doug Warren, Tim Cook, Steve Walsh, Bill Lewis,
Dean Pearce, Scott Colclasure, Greg Hamilton, Shirley Pearce, Wade jones,
Dennis Burgess. fThird Rowj Paul Griffith, Rock Allen, james Smith,
Emerging the winner of the Section 23 Parliamentary Pro-
cedure Contest for the first time in FTHS history, the Flora
chapter of the Future Farmers of America chalked up one of
their many awards of the year.
Second place was slotted as these green-thumbed members
excelled at this section's Soil judging Contest.
Accompanied by a student teacher, the three senior offi-
cers, Dean Pearce, Dean Lewis, and Greg Hamilton attended
the national three-day FFA convention held in Kansas City,
Mo., in October.
Adhering to their fast-paced tempo, this energetic club fol-
lowed a calendar of grain and poultry shows, public speaking
contests, dairy and livestock judging, and staged the annual
FFA banquet in February for their parents. A representative
was sent to the State Holiday Conference during the Christ-
mas vacation, placing another feather in this clubis already
The white jacket that annually honors the FFA Sweetheart
was worn this year by Janice Cooper.
Bryan Bullard, Steve Anderson, Andy Wathan, Henry Brown, Craig Lee,
Charles Aumiller, Dan Randall, Dean Lewis, Mr. Wheeler. fFourth Rowj
Richard Eckel, Dennis Cook, Richard Allen, Larry Krutsinger, Kim Hamil-
ton, Gary Cooper, Doug Krutsinger, Donald Armstrong, Dale Castleberry,
john Conner, Terry Frost, David Phillips, Leslie Griffith.
FFA OFFICERS - fSeatedJ Shirley Pearce, secretary, Dean Pearce, presi-
dent, Janice Cooper, FFA Sweetheart. fStandingj Steve Walsh, Wade jones,
Scott Colclasure, vice-president, Bill Lewis, Dean Lewis.
MR. CLEAN muldn'1 have done 4 better job than FBLA girl: are doing at a
fund-mixing car warb.
INFORMATION AT YOUR FIN GERTIPS. FBLA membm Debbie Sprodl,
Cardbn Pvwlary, and Gary Smith assemble pager of the Jludenl direrlory the group
prepared jbr Jule.
FBLA wins firsi
wiih 'Wolf' floai
Besides taking first place on their Homecoming float, Fu-
ture Business Leaders of America members tackled the world
of the hard sell by peddling candy and stationery. Another
profit-maker for these financial wizards was a car wash in Oc-
tober which netted a profit of 3540.
Supervised by Mr. Elliott and Mrs. Phillips, the business
buffs elected Marsha Leak, president, Elaine McGrew, vice-
president, Sheila Hinkle, secretary, and Edie Pearce, treasurer.
FBLA - 1Front Rowj Elaine McGrew, Sheila Hinkle, Mary Rodgers,
Mary Krutsinger, Karen Snell, Linda Field, Patsy Colclasure, Judy Foster,
Terry Denton. fSecond Rowj Mr. Elliott, Dianna Brinkley, Ruth Jones, Car-
olyn Williams, Barbara Wathan, Marty Etchason, Tim Burnett, Galen Turn-
er, Donna McGrew, Suzanne Martin, Debbie Thompson, Mrs. Phillips
fThird Rowj Diane Brewer, Nancy Hughes, Debbie Graham, Carla Webb,
Dennis Schmidt, Tyler Smith, Gary Smith, Benny Kinnaman, Alan Hanne-
ken, Dean Lewis, Jana Crown, Joan Williams, Roberta Lamb, Janet Mills.
fFourth Rowj Tara Traub, Jeannie Shrum, Debbie Kelley, Cindi Krutsinger,
Debbie Sehie, Debbie King, Carolyn Powless, Delberta Bowen, Patricia Gill,
Connie Allison, Elicia Turner, Lynette Lee, Belinda Fitzgerald, Kathy Howe,
fFifth Rowj Lora Kinnaman, Sharon Henson, Nancy Flower, Pam Fellows,
Becky Sproat, Karen Lewis, Debbie Bratton, Patty Kittle, Patty McKnight,
Jill Borah, Cindy Lusk, Pam Pourchot, Vickie Thompson, Marsha Leak.
as classroom aides
Relatively new at FTHS, Future Teachers of America has
are seriously considering teaching as a profession.
Mrs. Riley, sponsor, assigned students as aides to teachers
in the fields of their preferences.
Officers were Debbie Cadwalader, president, jeff Cartnal,
vice-president, Barbara Daugherty, treasurer, and Marsha
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NOW FULL FLEDGED,Jf1f11J Swan, fmivf, rfffivw ber ffwwbfffhw fdfdffm CARRYING OUT HER EXECUTIVE DUTIES, Debbie Cddwdfdkf, FFA
Mdfibd Ldifd, Mfflllfjh 41 an FFA Wfffflgf pmidenl, len :be .stale newxletter guide ber in preparing a meeting agenda,
FTA - fFront Rowj Marilyn Dulaney, Renee Cummins, Barbara Daugh- jim McCurdy, Barry Bright, joe Cartnal, jeff Cartnal, -Ianis Sefton. fThird
erty, Faith Edmonson, Donna Boyer, Lynn Murbarger, Candy Oliver. fSec- Rowb Donna Krutsinger, Kathy Howe, Rhonda Cantrell, Brenda Cox, Cindi
ond Rowj Mrs. Riley, Kevin Gregory, Debbie Cadwalader, Mike Pittman, Rascher, Patty Devore, Marsha Laird, Nancy Grubaugh, Anna Felty.
a membership of 28 students. As the name implies, members 1
as club presideni
Two or three student librarians are on duty every period of
the day, They file, sort, and reshelve the more than 7,000
books and 86 different magazines when they aren't helping
other students find the information for which they are
With faculty supervision from Miss Pritchett, the librar-
ians are directed in the monthly meetings by Denise Steele,
president, and Christina Conard, secretary-treasurer.
SIPPIN' CIDER THROUGH A STRAW - or would you believe paper Gayle
Moran parlirqmlef in a marathon race al the library Clanktrnas party.
STUDENT LIBRA RIAN Wilma Bennett :arty through the card mtalog at one of
ber routine rborex.
LIBRARY CLUB - CFront Rowj Mary Krutsinger, Donna McGrew,
Patty Willis, Marilyn Dulaney, Sarah Matteson, Denise Steele, Sheila Hinkle.
fSecond Rowj Gayle Moran, Vickie Thomason, Cindy Lusk, Suzanne Mar-
tin, Yvonne Mulvany, Cathy Nash, Carolyn Dulaney, Fran Pearce, Wilma
Bennett, Miss Pritchett.
SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY - C Front Rowj Nancy Grubaugh, Karen
Rodgers, Faith Edmonson, Sandy Reed, julia Winka, ,Ieane Lawson, Jacque
McKnight, Linda Winka, Denise Plumlee, Barbara Fomear. fSecond Rowj
Mrs. Davis, Donna Krutsinger, Kathy Howe, .Jeanne Spitzner, Carole Gilli-
land, Barbara Guinn, Ann Bennett, Marsha Laird, Janis Sefton, Miki Bice.
fThird Rowj Kye Hemphill, Dan McGrew, joe Cartnal, jeff Cartnal, Barry
Bright, ,Ion Holman, Randy Henderson, Duane Burkett, Chris Turner, Mike
R. Persinger, Kevin Covey, Richard Staley,
SPANISH CLUB - CFront Rowj Edith Childers, Barbara Klein, Marsha
Hanneken,joni Colclasure, Debbie Hinman, Beverly Benefield, Brenda Cox,
Tina Henson, Marsha Kerby, Jacque jones, Carole Dulaney, Rhonda Can-
trell, Elizabeth Knapp. CSecond Rowj Rita Cantrell, Diana Dean, Marilyn
Dulaney, Debbie Glaspy, Donna Guinn, Karen Holland, Becky Hargis,
Shannon Briscoe, Terry Koontz, Linda Morris, Gail Cook, Linda Henson,
Marge Harvey, Anita Krutsinger, Karen Dunnigan, Mary Clark. CThird
Rowj David Bice, Doug Krutsinger, Doug King, Dick Henson, jim McCur-
dy, Mark Lane, Brad Mugrage, Micky Mason, Phillip Leak, Marty Kautz, jer-
ald Butler, Rock Allen, Kevin Gregory.
SPANISH CLUB - fFront Rowj Cheryl Waller, Rita Wolfe, Candy Ol-
iver, Vicki Pilcher, Susan Uebinger, Linda Pierson, Linda Penzotti, Linda
Salyers, Becky Davis, Lynn Tanner, Mary Anne Thompson. CSecond Rowj
Lynn Murbarger, Terri Denton, Denise Rose, joy Shehorn, Anna Thompson,
Becky Wieldt, Susan Seelman, Mark Quakenbush, j. W, Rudy, Bob Coble,
Kevin Edmiston, Arthur German, Mark Cadwalader, Patricia Proctor, Tim
Shirar. CThird Rowj Russell Anderson, Art Lauderback, Steve Conklin,
Doug Briscoe, Roger Murphy, Lance Spitzner, Mike Reed, Ron Clarner,
Robert Penzotti, Roger Parish, Neal Mack, Dave Merrihew, jerry Stanford,
Brent Henderson, Michael Pierson. V
efforts io observe
Exhibiting international cooperation at the local level, the
re-organized German Club and the Spanish Club joined hands
this year to build a Homecoming float and to celebrate the
Christmas season with a party.
As faculty sponsor, Miss Wells directed the activities of
the German Club assisted by Randy Wells and Anna Felty,
co-chairmen, Rose Behnke, secretary, and Terri Gill, trea-
The 140-member Spanish Club was sponsored by Mrs.
Davis and had officers for each class level. Presidents and
vice-presidents were as follows: Spanish IV, jeff Cartnal and
Dan McGrewg Spanish III, Kevin Covey and Ann Bennett,
Spanish II, Gail Cook and Vicki Pilcher, and Spanish I,
Marge Harvey and Debbie Glaspy. With two years of Span-
ish and a B average, a student is eligible for the Spanish
IN A MAD RUSH to gel the goodies, rugged Spanzlfb and German Club member:
ma' up in a mumble on ibe floor aj7ef a head on eollzlrion.
SOCK IT T0 'EM, appear: lo be Nanny Grubauglh intention aj9er she Juereedx in
breaking the pinata al lhe joint language clubx' Christmas party.
GERMAN CLUB - fFront Rowj Miss Wells, Sherry Eastin, Shari Frost, Kent Wells, Mike Pittman, jim Crego. C'I'hird Rowj -Ihan Coble, Stephanie
Debbie Hilderbrand, Theresa Gregory, Jeannette Diggs, Janna Cosby, Anna Staley, Rick Frost, Keith Bayles, Gina Martin, A. W. Pickel III, Karen Rus-
Felty, Vicki Schlabach, Linda Newton. fSecond Rowj Rose Behnke, Dale sell, Debbie Stanford, Annette Kohn, Terri Gill, Ricky Davis, Shelby Davis.
Hillyer, Mike Kruse, Sam Paul, Randy Wells, Rick Riggle, Bob Hilliard,
Budding Van Gogh
exhibii creaiions B
in displag cases l
Art Club members brightened up the FTHS halls with
their exhibits. As a community contribution they created de- 3
signs for the teen center, and at Christmas sponsored a chil-
drenis party. For money-making purposes they sold Christmas Q
cards and Wrapping paper. Profits defrayed the cost of an an-
nual trip for members who had earned 60 honor points. Mr.
Phillips supervised the monthly meetings.
Xe GINGERLY APPROA CHING a bard assignment, url .ttudents larry Gaines, NOT A CREA TURE WAS STIRRING . . . but lb: children inviled la Ibe Ari
Donna Dean, andjobn Sbmm experimenl wilh lines tba! will evmlualbr develop Club parly were as Mr. Phillipx, art inrtruclor, and Sanla Dirk Hmrzm entertain
into 4 mural fir lbs Interfailb Choir Chnlrlmm program. them.
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ART CLUB - CFront Rowj Rose Behnke, Donna Dean, Trudi Haskins, Rowj Tom Aumiller, john Shmm, Dick Henson, Donna johnson, Janice'
Carolyn Powless, Nancy Sailor. CSecond Rowj Brenda Headlee, Barbara Curtis, Nancy McConnell, jo Ellen Williams.
Frost, Larry Gaines, MaDonna jones, Mary Wilson, Mr. Phillips. CThird
GETTING IT TOGETHER. Advanced choir memhm Cindi Rarcher, Margaret
Smith, Peggy Lowry, Carol Connerly, Terri Dmlzm, andjan Bryan harmonize
pitcher in daily choir rehear:mL
ADVANCED CHOIR - fFront Rowj john Bullard, Brad Holland,
Allan Staley, jeff Sons, Steve Wyatt, Mark Cadwalader. fSecond Rowj Mary
Wilson, Lynn Murbarger, Darrell Cook, jim McCurdy, Leslie Griffith,
David Mulvany, Rick Riggle, Dick Henson, Terry Denton, fThird Rowj
Trudy Haskins, Marsha Kerby, Teresa Dulaney, Connie Dulaney, jan Bryan,
Chris jackson, Cathy Eleam, Sheri Owens, Peggy Lowry, Margaret Smith.
.AJ .Af 'Yr
io 'ban ihe robes'
Preparing for the Christmas program, singing Christmas
carols, and selling fruitcakes were mid-year activities of the
two choirs. An allied group, the 16-member Madrigals were
in constant demand for public appearances among which
were a wedding and a caroling session at Olney Central
fFourth Rowj Stephanie Staley, Linda Pierson, Tara Traub,joy Shehorn,jan-
ice Curtis, Beverly Benefield,joni Colclasure, Debbie Fatheree, Patricia Mon-
taya, Mary Willison, Veda Albritton, Rosalie Green, Becky Pierson. CFifth
Rowj Edith Childers, Elizabeth Knapp, Rose Koons, Peggy Gaither, Debbie
Koons, Marge Harvey, ,Ieane Lawson, Anna Thompson, Cindi Rascher,
Rhonda Cantrell, jean Stuckey, Lisa Bute, Carole Connerley.
FRESHMAN CHOIR - fFront Rowj Michael Pierson, Paul Griffith,
jim Crego, Par Tanner, Russell Anderson, Dennis Lewis. fSecond Rowj
Karen Holland, Debbie Glaspy, Mike Kruse, David Bice, jay Feagans, Doug
Hall, Mark Lane, Becky Hargis, Rita Wolfe. fThird Rowj Debbie McDan-
iels, Gina Martin, Donna Guinn, Terry Koontz, Lisa Bute, Sarah Matteson,
Mary Timm, Karen Persinger, Connie Kelley, Susan Martin, Rosemary Ross.
CFourth Rowj Wilma Bennett, Becky Persinger, Martha Lagle, Tondra
Brookhart, Cheryl Waller, Marilyn Beck, Karen Snell, Laura Childers, Jana
Crown, Debbie Duree, Gayla Moran, jeanie Shrum, Peggy Field. CFifth
Rowj Peggy Bryan, Eavelyn Coble, Cindi Lusk, Lynn Tanner, Sheri Lewis,
janet Mills, Sheri Easton, Rita Cantrell, Jody Forth, Marilyn Dulaney, Pam
Pourchot, Angela Claypoole, Angie Parks, Linda Newton, Cindi Rascher.
OLD GLORY will fly high, bu! not uniil majorellar Debbie Slanford and jean
Smokey unlangle it during the pre-game peqfarmance af 11 football game,
SE VENTY-SIX TROM BONES but one if enough for Brad Holland, junior, as
be batiler sharp! and flair.
BAND - fFront Rowj jeff Cartnal, Candice Oliver, Vicki Pilcher, Pam
Fellows, Dick Henson, Carole Gilliland, Helen Sulsberger. CSecond Rowj
Sheri Owens, Judy Foster, Cindi Krutsinger, Kathy Salyers, Denise Rose,
Yvonne Mulvany, Annette Kohn, Gina Martin, Cindi Rascher, Van
Brentlinger. fThird Rowj Vickie Shelton, Denise Plumlee, Judy Sheley, Pat,
Tanner, Sandy Smith, Dennis Lewis, Cheryl Foster, Mary Rodgers, Becky
Phillips, Connie Kelley. fFourth Rowj Brad Holland, Mike Knight, Arthur
Lauderback, Allen Mitchell, jeff Sons, Chuck Ferguson, Drew Henson, Mike
Kruse, Nancy Grubaugh. C Fifth Rowj Mike Pierson,jeff Foster, David Bice,
Roger Lane, Ed Lydic, Tyler Schroeder, Randy Benefield, David Mulvany.
PU CKER POWER. Trumpetm Bob Srbroeder and Neal Mark develop lair of il fbr
the bran .feflian ai daily band rehearsal
adopl squad sgslem
for half-lime shows
Marching to a left-right, left-right under the supervision of
upperclassmen in the new squad system, the FTHS band per-
formed on Dancey Field for football games and on the streets
for parades, After the marching season, this 100-piece band
put away hats and came inside to become a concert band.
From the entire membership two smaller groups were
formed, the pep band to play for basketball games and the
stage band to use jazz instruments.
GIDDY UP, GO. Carl puller Karen Holland leads ou! will: a heavy drum load as
the band Jiarls iii trek downlown jbr the Homemming parade.
BAND - fFront Rowj Gail Cook, Carole Dulaney,jeane Lawson, Susan
Uebinger, Kim Roush, Mila Sanders. CSecond Rowj Shannon Briscoe, Jacque
jones, Janna Cosby, Linda Salyers, Karen Holland, Terry Koontz, Lisa Bute.
fThird Rowj Marty Etchason, Steve Wyatt, Mike Pittman, Lynn Tanner,
inda Knapp, joyce Wilson, Linda Penzotti, Debbie Hinman. fFourth Rowj
Kim Moats, Stephanie Staley, Robert Connerley, Robert Penzotti, john Win-
termann, jean Stuckey, Bob Coble, Kevin Edmiston, Tyler Smith, Neal
Mack. fFifth Rowj Miki Bice, Alan Peterson, Chris Murphy, Tom Hodges,
Mark Cadwalader, Doug Dugger, Kevin Bice, Russell Anderson, Bob
LOCUST LOG STAFF - CSeatedj Randy Henderson, A. W. Pickel, Pat
Tanner, Carole Gilliland. CStandingj Janna Cosby, Janis Sefton, Anita
Krursingcr, Edith Childers, Marsha Eskew, Lance Spitzner, Debbie Kelley
Peggy Goodzey, Rick Rigglc, Cathy Elcam.
EDITOR CRACKS U P. Carole Gilliland afjeetf her "balmy boy exprexxionn hr
the amuxemenl of M nf. Upboj adwker, and A. IV PickeL Jtajfpbatograplaer.
PRETTY SNA KE Y. Lara Childen gingerly touebex a snake while Edith Childers
interview ity owner, Mike Venable, for a jealure nary.
HARSTAN STAFF - fSeatedJ Sandy Reed, Pam Mankin, jill Bryan.
fStandingJ Valerie Thompson, Tyler Schroeder, Steve Wyatt, Marge Harveyh
Rim room hums
as siaffs conquer
Three'Harstan deadlines and 18 "off to pressv days for the
Locust Log kept staff ears wide open for "hot news tips,',
cameras capturing on-the-spot. moments to remember, and
well-worn typewriters pecking far off into the night.
No sooner had staff members met one deadline than an-
other menacing date popped up, enveloping journalists in late
bedtimes, slave living conditions, deep-breathing exercises,
and loads of fun.
Harstan editor jill Bryan and Locust Log editor Carole
Gilliland received awards last summer at yearbook and news-
paper workshops at Indiana University High School journal-
ism Institute. Picking up more helpful hints, staff members
attended annual Illinois press conferences at Champaign and
Writers with high grades who distinguish themselves jour-
nalistically are eligible for membership in the Arlen J. Large
chapter of Quill and Scroll, international honorary for high
A. W. Pickel, jean Stuckey, Linda Mills, Doug Briscoe, Lisa Bute, Nancy
ARLEN LARGE CHAPTER QUILL AND SCROLL - fSeatedj Jill
Bryan, Carole Gilliland. fStandingj Sandy Reed, Peggy Goodzey, Anna Felty,
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CHUMMING. jim Holloway and David Phillips become emofionalb jubilant at
a Wolves tourhdown.
NEC lille brighiens
dismal grid season
Four members of the 1971 Flora Wolves football squad re-
ceived recognition by the NEC sports writers. Dan McKin-
non was named as an All-Conference tackle and jim Allison,
Mike Persinger, and Bob Schroeder made honorable mention.
Decked out in new uniforms, the squad of nine seniors,
ten juniors, and five sophomores made their most impressive
showings in offensive play with pass blocking and pass pro-
tection being their most outstanding actions. Although the
Wolves had a losing season with a record of 0-10, they picked
up many lessons of experience for next year.
Coaches Graham Updike and james Miglin had the assist-
ance of a newly acquired five-man sled to help get the boys in
shape. This Block-R-Matic helped develop speed and strength
as well as improve blocking and tackling techniques.
A fall sports banquet held in December honored the team,
and special awards and trophies were presented by Coach Up-
dike. Persinger received the most valuable player of the year
award. The most valuable back and most valuable lineman
awards were presented to jim Holloway and Dan McKinnon.
Bob Schroeder was named most improved player.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - fFront Rowj Dale Castleberry, Mark Brentlinger. fThird Rowj Phillip Dingman, Ron Hall, jim Holloway, Ar-
Hilliard, David Mulvany, Larry McKinnon, Danny McKinnon, Bob Schroe- thur Lauderback, Don Tenney, Dave Merrihew, Roger Thackrey, Randy
der, CSecond Rowj Kent Wells, Larry Krutsinger, Charles Aumiller, Ken- Wells, Rick Riggle, David Williams, Ed Rogers.
neth Kelley, Mike Persinger, james Brookhart, Tyler Schroeder, Van
THE BIG PASS OU T. Formerfoolball coarh, Bert Danrq frzgbtj 5lJ01llJ hir gold
:ard to galekeqer Glenn Bakerjbr admittanfe to the football field that bean the
,hrmer coach? name. Gold eardr were dzlvtribulea' to Flora Jenior cilizem thix year at
pa.sseJ to major .school artivitiar.
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T0 HIT THE LINE, .ropbornore Bob Sulsbergerplows around the Salem Wildcatx
for a fn! down.
G0 GET 'EM! Greg Ruuell, junior, and larry McKinnon, Jenior, enlbuxiaslically
hurl Ibefruelves :loser to where lbe action Lv.
boasf IQ-I record
for Q-gear sireich
Building the foundation for future varsity Wolves, the
1971 freshman-sophomore football squad produced a winning
season with a record of five victories and one loss. The Carmi
Bulldogs alone proved too much for the Wolves as they de-
feated Flora 18-12. The Bulldogs broke the sophomore
squad's two-year winning streak and left them with a 12-1
Under the instruction of line coach jerry Stringer and back
coach Lester O'Dell, the team's most outstanding accomplish-
ment was offensive play. This offensive action showed up the
strongestlin the Wolves, 51-O victory over Lawrenceville.
With hard team work and the strategy of coaches O'Dell
and Stringer, the freshman team compiled a 3-3-1 record, hav-
ing tied with Fairfield. The Wolves were turned loose on the
Bridgeport Bulldogs for the first game and came out victori-
ous with a 39-6 triumph. Strengthened by the 12 sophomores'
year of experience, the sub-varsity team ran up other victories
with Salem, Olney, and Mt. Carmel. The Wolves' victories
over Salem and Olney were seasonal highlights.
LOOK AT THAT! Vzmily Coarh Updike poinlx out terhnique to Mike Pminger,
M USED AND BRUISED. Mike Gentbe, junior, pampm bfi injury with an ice
j V FOOTBALL COACHES Stringer and Mzglin aries lbefield Jitualion from
SNOWLESS SLEDDINC "Why noi?" imply FT HS gridden as they :math into
the new Jlea' "mu.vrle builder."
WHA T'S UP, DOC? Fmwlling hit herbal! manager dutier, Ed Rogm, Jmior,
tapes up Rick Glarpy, rophomore.
FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD - 1971
We Opponent They
14 Effingham 39
O Carmi 46
6 Salem 26
21 Mt. Carmel 56
6 Lawrenceville 47
14 Fairfield 24
12 Bridgeport 36
27 Edwards County 28
6 Olney 64
O O'Fallon 64
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - fFront Rowj Rick Frost,
Mark Quakenbush, Kent Wells, Steve Persinger, Mark Hilliard, Dale Castle-
berry, Norman Phillips, Rick Hodges, Bob Meares, Bruce Dickey, Rick Rig-
gle. fSecond Rowj john Martin, Dave Merrihew, David Phillips, Bob Suls-
berger, Larry Krutsinger, Steve Conklin, Rick Stanford, Rick Glaspy, Arthur
German, Doug Smith, Doug Dugger, Doug Hall, Casey Eastin. fThird
Rowj Kevin Covey, Rick Burgess, Kevin Gregory, Terry Krutsinger, Randy
lgert, Billy Graham, Micky Mason, Carl Reed, Gary Pruitt, Victor Tenney,
Kevin Bice, Donn Duree, jim Cartright, Tim Shirar, Myron Wfoomer.
TIM WILSON elude: a Sandoval opponent aber
4 rebound wilh Doug Slover coming in to HJIILFL
ALL FOR ONE. Doug Slover and Iwo Bridgqnorl Bulldog:
rlatrp wrirls in a battle for a looxe basketball.
huslle for size
in rebuilding gear
A new head basketball coach and a young, inexperienced
team brought Flora perhaps the biggest upset in five years
and a revitalized school spirit.
Bob Tingley from Petersburg Porta took the reins for a re-
building year. By mid-season underclassmen were playing im-
portant roles. Sophomores Rick Stanford and Rick Riggle
found themselves as starters. juniors Doug Slover, jeff Hos-
selton, Steve Cook, and Mike Persinger were vital cogs. Sen-
ior Tim Wilson led the scoring through the first part of the
For two weeks the Wolves worked on stopping a Salem
team ranked as one of the best in the state and North Egypt
Conference. When the Wildcats came to the Flora gym, the
Wolves took them into double overtime and came out 57-54.
Afterwards Salem was ranked fourth in the South and around
twentieth in the state.
Florais cagers started out winning three of four games at
home, but found winning on the road harder as they dropped
nine of their first eleven on the opponents' floors.
TIP-OFF TIME, Center Sieve Cook outleapf Bridgqnorl
opponent on the opening jump of lbe
jUMP, BOB, jUMP. Sophomore Bob Hilliard pre.f.fe.f for the
ball in a battle will: Sandoval j-VE.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD - CFront Rowj Ed Rogers, jeff Glenn McDaniel, Tim Wilson, Doug Slover, Steve Cook, David Phillips
Hosselton, Chuck Knapp, Bob Hilliard, Steve Lewis, Rick Riggle, Kent Rick Stanford, Coach Tingley.
Wells, Bruce Whitehead, fSecond Rowj Coach Miglin, Mike R. Persinger,
for new menior
BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD - 1971-72
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81 Sandoval 74
53 Pairfield 60
40 Carmi 63
62 Louisville 60
54 Teutopolis 70
59 Olney 89
58 Shiloh S7
45 Charleston 58
50 Lawrenceville 95
57 Salem 54
44 Mt. Carmel 71
82 Bridgeport 75
34 Fairfield 69
48 Mt, Carmel 61
66 Olney 89
52 Carmi 65
64 Newton 55
70 Bridgeport 76
35 S l 71
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FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SQUAD - fFront Rowj
Merritt Freier, Doug Krutsinger, Brent Henderson, jerry Stanford, Jerald
Butler, Doug Hall, Marco deWeese, Delbert Bowen, Mark Walker. fSecond
Rowj Mr. Stringer, Bob jackson, Gary Cooper, Gary Pruitt, Mark Lane, jim
Cartright, Doug Dugger, Kevin Bice, Dennis Lewis, Mr. O'Del1. fThird
Rowj Bob Connerley, Dave Merrihew, Doug Warren, Bob Hilliard, jeff
Burroughs, Danny Williams, Kent Wells, Arthur German.
OUT OF THE MOTHBALLS,
Barkethall unforrm are dzlrtrihulea'
to .renion Tim Wilxon, Bmre
Whitehead, Glenn MfDaniel, ana'
Steve Lewzlr while Coarh Tingley
CA RMI VS, FLORA, Steve Lewis walrhar lay-up Jhot hy Carmi player go through
the hoop flwj and another Bulldog player ruhx turnmiei with Doug Slover on a
jump .thot from outfide.
OUT OF REA CH. Flora jayvee perxonnel Brent Srhroeder and Kjtn Hamilton fna'
two Faiweld Muler player! in their way in a j7ght hr a rehounah
SPRING FEVER gm Allen Hannekm, renior, joe ElrlJ13on,JoplJom0re, and Gary
Hendenfon, senior, ax they wail al the tour! hr the rest of lhe learn lo arrive.
TENNIS SCOREBOARD - 1971
We Opponents They
7 Teutopolis 2
0 Mattoon 9
6 Decatur Eisenhower 3
O Centralia 9
1 Olney 8
3 Teutopolis 6
4 Vandalia 5
1 Decatur Mac Arthur 8
4 Centralia 5
2 Olney 7
8 Fairfield 1
5 Fairfield 4
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TENNIS TEAM - fFronr Rowj Chuck Knapp, Doug Briscoe, Lance
Spitzner, Bob Coble, Mark Cadwalader, Mark McCarty. fSecond Rowj Mike
Pittman, Alan Peterson, Randy Bright, joe Etchison, A. W. Pickel, Barry
SWING IT Alan Petmon, junior, warms up with rome rerm.
Bright, Roger Murphy, Mike Genthe, Coach Conley. fThird Rowj Charles
Peters, Allen Hanneken, Tony Mason, Duane Burkett, ,Ion Holman, Gary
Henderson, Rick Hodges, Larry Hart, Clay Snyder.
Raokef and bat men
bow io rough foes
in spring season
BASEBALL SCOREBOARD - 1971
We Game They
K 4 Carmi 15
2 Robinson 19
3 Bridgeport 8
" 0 Newton 7
2 Mattoon 7
1 Salem 6
1 Effingham 15
1 Fairfield 12
2 Centralia 5
I 4 Olney 14
j ' iii'fi'Qs 0 Mr, Carmel 10
6 Edwards County 9
7 Lawrenceville 0
L nkki N 0 Grayville 4
4 Charleston 3
2 Fairfield 13
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BASEBALL TEAM - CFront Rowj Mark Hillard, Richard Krutsinger, McKinnon, Tim Wilson, Frank Hettiger, Bob Schroeder, Kent Wells, Bruce
Steve Conklin, David Williams, Rick Glaspy, Tyler Schroeder, Arthur Lau- -Whitehead, Coach Miglin.
derback. fSecond Rowj Coach Birk, Dave Merrihew, Brent Schroeder, Dan
challenged bg bolh
sprung. fall foes
Flora runners could participate in a spring and a fall sport.
In the spring of '71 FTHS track stars jumped through an av-
erage season with Mike Milligan and Curt McKnight setting
two new records in the long jump and pole vault. Flora run-
ners also played host to the first Flora invitational track meet.
With jeff Hosselton and Doug Briscoe, sophomores, lead-
ing the varsity, cross country runners made a 3-6 record in the
fall. Placing fourth, jeff won a trophy at the Flora district
meet. Lance Spitzner headed the freshman-sophomore squad
as they swept through an even season.
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UP, UP, AND A WA Y. 1971 rmior, Curl McKnight, goes for the :op in pole
OFF 'N RUNNING. Five rompelilon mme found the bmd toward the home Jtrettb.
TRACK SQUAD - fFront Rowj Rick Stanford, Bob Sulsberger, Dennis py, Randy Wells, jeff Hough. CThird Rowj jay Strange, Dale Castleberry,
Schmidt, Chuck Aumiller, jeff Hosselton, Steve Persinger, Doug Briscoe. Curt McKnight, Roger Penzotti, Danny McKinnon, George Coble, Doug
fSccond Rowj Ed Woomer, Don Tenney, Ron Hallhlohn Riley, Rick Glas- Slover, Bob Aumiller.
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON. Cram muntry mach, Richard Conley, :lr aided by
mm john and Dick al the Flora Invitatianallmeel,
THE WOMA N 'S TOUCH. junior Susan Seelman keeps lhe records for the from
country lmrk learn.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM - fFronr Rowj Brent Henderson, Dennis Krutsinger. fThird Rowj Mr. Conley, Henry Brown, Roger Penzotti, Doug
Lewis,jerald Butler, Delbert Bowen, Mark Walker. CSecond Rowj Doug E. Slover, Marry Erchason, Bob Aumiller, Glenn McDaniel, jeff Hosselron,
Briscoe, Lance Spirzner, Ed Woomer, David Bice, Mark Cadwalacler, Richard Robert Tingley.
chop lrees lo sell
Sporting the traditional lettermen jackets, 35 members
chopped down Christmas trees, attended the hayride, and
planned a private activity night as their major undertakings of
A letter in any major sport qualified an athlete for mem-
bership. No longer a strictly male organization, the club de-
clared Cindi Rascher eligible for membership when she re-
ceived a manager's letter at the football banquet.
In charge of activities were Dan McKinnon, president,
Tim Wilson, vice-president, jeff Hosselton, secretary, and
jim Holloway, social chairman. Sponsor was Coach Updike.
LETTER WOMEN. juniors Marge Harvey and Susan Seelman, wearing the .ftatux
rymlzaljarketr of lbeir leltermen boy friends, rejoife at a change of lurk in a game.
STUMPED. Kye Hemphill, senior lellerman, Jearcber for a plaee to put one more
tree as the clubs annual Chrislrnar tree .vale gen underway.
LETTERMAN'S CLUB - CFront Rowj Kent Wells, Randy Wells, jeff
Hosselton, Bob Schroeder, Tyler Schroeder, Tim Wilson, Duane Burkett,
jon Holman, Rick Riggle, Barry Bright, David Williams. fSecond Rowj
Ken Kelley, Rick Glaspy, jim Holloway, Kye Hemphill, Randy Benefield,
Dennis Schmidt, Glenn McDaniel, Mike Persinger, Rick Stanford, Bob Suls-
berger, Steve Conklin, joe Etchison, Ed McDaniel, Ben Kinnaman. fThird
Rowj Dave Merrihew, Roger Thackrey, Randy Payne, Bruce Whitehead,
Charlie Peters, Allen Hanneken, Larry McKinnon, Don Tenney, David Mul-
vany, Doug Slover, Steve Lewis, Ed Rogers, Doug Briscoe, Roger Penzotti,
David Bice, Alan Peterson.
GAA - fFront Rowj Cindi Rascher, Anna Felry, Donna Hess, Donna
Boyer, Sarah Matteson. CSecond Rowj Marsha Kerby, Sheri Owens, Carla
Webb, Jeanne Spitzner, Rita Wolfe, Marsha Hanneken. fThird Row! Con-
Girl aihleies iallg
poinis io merii
annual IeHer award
To give vent to their competitive spirit and to earn points
toward a letter, the 20 active members of the Girls' Athletic
Association met each Tuesday afternoon to play the game of
their choice, softball, football, badminton, or volleyball, New
badminton rackets gave that game a slight edge this year.
Point keepers were Nancy Grubaugh, presidentg Carole Gilli-
land, vice-presidentg and Vicki Pilcher, secretary-treasurer.
Mrs. Ripperdan and Mrs. Cherry were sponsors.
THREE HEADS ARE BETTER. Ezperl ralculalon, Carole Gilliland, Namy
Grubaugb, and Vifki Pilrber lolal up a quirk poinl rherk al GAA meeting.
nie Kelley, Carolyn Dulaney, Carole Gilliland, Nancy Grubaugh, Marilyn
Dulaney, Mrs. Ripperdan.
DOUBLE WHA M M Y. Lending a bwing band to Sheri Owmr, Carla Webb
prepares for a mm in lbe Jlffflbl sophomore game.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Gail Cook, Vicki Pilcher, Patti
McKnight, Debbie Graham, Nancy Sailor,
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Linda Knapp, Rita Wolfe,
io rev up morale
Screams of "Go get 'em, uh huh,', and "here we go, Flora,
here we go," sparkling batons - even fire, and brightly or-
nate flags swishing through the air, kept cheerleaders, twir-
lers, and flag girls practicing to beat the band in their efforts
to boost the morale of the teams.
Varsity cheerleaders, Gail Cook, Debbie Graham, Vicki
Pilcher, Nancy Sailor, and mascot Patti McKnight, were the
first squad elected under the new procedure of screening.
Tackling both the varsity game nights and the JV, too, sub-
varsity cheerleaders, Elizabeth Knapp, Linda Knapp, and Rita
Wolfe, worked with the varsity squad under the direction of
"Light My Fire" sparked the half-time shows this year as
Drum Majorette jill Bryan twirled two fire batons for the
first time ever at FT HS. Keeping up the image of the golden
girls, Debbie Stanford, jean Stuckey, Shannon Briscoe, and
Karen Holland, twirlers, wore gold metallic outfits.
The newest addition to the half-time festivities was the
eight-member flag corps. Marching just ahead of the band,
jean Campbell, jackie Dean, Peggy Dean, Debbie Green-
wood, -Ianet johnson, Patty Kittie, Teri' Masters, and Dee
Ann Smith unfurled blue-and-gold flags above the band.
BLOWING IN THE WIND. Flag mdet Teri Maum wraps up in herflag I0
Hgh! the mid-November winds on lbs foaiball field
TWIRLING AND FURLING to keg: .gbectaton enlhusiarlic, jill Bryan, drum
majorette, and Dee Ann Smilh andjanet johman, Hag mdelx, entertain al
hmmm' MAUIORETTES - Karen Holland, jean Stuckcy, Shannon Briscoe, -Ii
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,lark Tbatfber and Prinrzpal Floyd C. Smilh .flop to
cha! with Tyler Smilb ul the organ aper the
Hamemming roronatian ceremony.
Mrs. Wanda Bumgarncr Mrs. Clcta Dulaney
Mrs. Lois Peterson
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BOARD OF EDUCATION - CSeatedj Robert Brentlinger, Howard
Knapp, Kenneth Roush. fStandingj Dr. Harold Martin, Walter Genthe,
William Plumlee, Neal Warren.
Holding down the fort for 653 students dominated the list
of executive duties jointly administered by the principal,
vice-principal, and the board of education.
In his twenty-first year as principal at FTHS, Mr. Smith
was saddled with the task of keeping students, faculty,
school board and patrons of the school content in an
era when upheaval in education was at an all-time high.
Administering the discipline at FTI-IS, jack Thatcher
returned to his alma mater this year as vice-principal
instead of student. A former Locust Log editor and a
1953 graduate of FTHS, Mr. Thatcher acquired a bachelor
of science degree in editorial journalism from Southern
Illinois University, Carbondale, and his masteris
degree in educational administration from SIU,
Edwardsville. He was influenced toward the field of
education after working with American teenagers in
Germany, while stationed there with the Air Force.
Both Mr. Thatcher and Mr. Smith worked with the board of
education in the professional negotiations rapport,
continued evolution of curricula study, and further
consolidation of plans for a new unit school district.
As a result of the decision by the board of education to
employ a computer scheduling service, FTHS students
set up schedules at the end of the year through a new
Plans for a multi-media learning center - to replace the
study hall area and provide for independent
study - are high on the priority list of the
administration and the board.
Mr. Baird Mf- BCYYY Mr- Bifk
Mr- Conley Mrs. Davis Mr. Elliott
hiis all-iime high
wiih 38 teachers
-JAMES R, BAIRD - Student-designed posters warning of "right
now" social problems covered the classroom walls in the social
science department during the basketball season. Completing his
fifth year at FT HS as senior social science instructor, the photogra-
phy buff snaps pictures at many FT HS functions.
WILLIAM BERRY - A Civil War enthusiast, Mr. Berry, wood-
working and metalworking teacher and Freshman Class sponsor,
plans his vacations around Civil War battlegrounds. In his sixteenth
year at FTHS, Mr. Berty's current principal, Floyd C. Smith, was his
high school English teacher and the first principal for whom he
taught in Christopher.
PAUL F. BIRK - Working mainly with sophomores and sen-
iors, this eleven-year FT HS veteran shouldered the responsibilities
of a full-time guidance counselor, overseeing aptitude tests and aid-
ing with the seniors' college preparation. The sports fan spent two
weeks in Arkansas fishing last summer.
MRS. GAIL CHERRY - After spending last summer waterski-
ing and teaching camping classes at Kentucky Lake, Mrs. Cherry
joined the FTHS faculty for her first year of teaching. Besides in-
structing three classes in girls, PE daily, she teaches typing and gen-
eral business, helps with GAA, and offers a night course in adult
FRANK CHORNAK -- Often found in the boys, gym wearing
his "sweats" and his whistle, the head PE instructor supervises six
classes of boys' PE daily. The co-sponsor of the newly organized Fu-
ture Teachers of America and former coach spent his Florida vaca-
Mrs. Cherry Mr. Chornak MFA Clark
Mr. Fry Mr. Gill M155 Johns
tion last summer swimming and snorkeling in the Atlantic Ocean.
MRS. NANCY CLARK - After purchasing a new house in the
country last fall, Mrs. Clark is now getting a taste of rural life.
When she wasn't fishing or sewing, the full-time guidance counse-
lor for freshmen and juniors spent most of last summer sitting on
bleachers watching her son play baseball.
RICHARD CONLEY - A native Hoosier and a veteran of 40
years at FTHS, Mr. Conley was honored at the Homecoming ban-
quet this year. The Algebra I and geometry teacher, athletic director,
school treasurer, and cross country and tennis coach is married to a
former teacher and has three children who are all teachers.
MRS. DOROTHY DAVIS - Mrs. Davis, junior Class sponsor,
gained new responsibilities this year when the juniors added a novel-
ty assortment to their candle and magazine selling projects. Com-
pleting her twenty-fifth year teaching Spanish at FTHS, she also
sponsors the Spanish Club and Spanish Honor Society.
ROBERT E. ELLIOTT - Spending his summers working
toward his masterls degree from SIU, Mr. Elliott devotes his free
time to education. Besides teaching night classes in business, the
FBLA sponsor also instructs classes in general business, consumer
math, marketing, and business law.
MICHAEL FRY - An old-fashioned, three-legged chair with a
velvet seat is a product of Mr. Fry's talent for furniture building -
one of his "survival,' hobbies. This ecology-minded Biology I and II
instructor introduced a new subject in his classes this year - study-
ing the problems of preserving the environment.
ROLAND GILL - A member of the executive council of the
Wabash Valley Teachers of English Association, Mr. Gill also takes
an active interest in painting, singing with community choirs, and in
his two-year-old daughter. He teaches Structure II, Composition II,
oral interpretation, and literature classes in addition to sponsoring
the National Honor Society.
MISS .IANICE JOHNS - Her general studies class has a party at
least once a month, but Miss johns wasn't in on the planning for
the surprise birthday party her students gave her in November.
Originally from Hurst, the first-year teacher received her bachelor's
degree at Southeast Missouri State College before coming to FT HS.
Mrs. Martin Mr. Mattis Miss McQuiston
Mr. Penry Mrs. Phillips Mr, Phillips
make coffee corner
mosi popular spot
MRS. DOROTHEA MARTIN - "Keeping up with the sixth
grade basketball team" Mrs. Martin listed as her favorite hobby this
year. Besides caring for her sixth-grade son and two daughters, the
home economics instructor and joint FHA sponsor enjoys traveling
with her dentist husband. Along with her other home economics
classes, she teaches a course in child care.
F. EUGENE MATTIS - A brand new father-in-law, Mr, Mattis
is also glowing about his son Henry, who was graduated from the
University of Illinois this year and is now attending medical school.
One of the chemistry and physics instructoris goals in life is to visit
all fifty of the United States.
MISS CHRISTINE MCQUISTON - A new member of the
Vinsans Trace chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolu-
tion, Miss McQuiston has a vital interest in history. The Sophomore
Class sponsor, she also teaches world history and classes of sopho-
more social studies. Among her travels, Miss McQuiston has visited
-IAMES MIGLIN - Adding to an already extensive collection of
ties, Mr. Miglin receives his custom-made, brightly colored ties from
his seamstress wife. The assistant basketball and football coach and
freshman baseball coach also teaches health and science courses.
Completing his third year at Flora, Mr. Miglin formerly taught in
Danville, Ridge Farm, and Mount Olive.
LESTER O'DELL - Welcoming a new daughter, Leslie Ann, to
the world this year, Mr. O'Dell considers the high point of his third
year of teaching at FTHS. Besides the responsibility of four drafting
classes each day, he is also freshman football and basketball coach.
Mr. O'Dell's after-school activities include hunting, fishing, and
MISS DONNA PATTON - Winner of the Illinois Home Eco-
MI- Miglin Mr. O'Dell Miss Patton
Miss Pritchett Mrs, Riley Mrs- Rippcrdan
nomics Outstanding Student Member Award last spring, Miss Pat-
ton returned to teach at FTHS after student teaching here last year.
A native of Omaha, she teaches home economics and psychology.
After attending Southeastern Illinois College in Harrisburg, Miss
Patton finished her bachelor's degree at SIU.
HARRY PENRY - Co-teaching allied arts with Mr. Phillips
was a new responsibility this year for Mr. Penry, music department
head. Besides directing "Guys and Dolls,', this year's spring musical,
Mr. Penry guides the marching, stage, and pit bands as well as the
madrigals, freshman choir, and advanced choir. His department
sponsors an annual fruitcake sale.
MRS. .IEAN PHILLIPS - After having taught PE courses at
FTHS for four years, Mrs. Phillips taught only business courses and
served as FBLA sponsor this year. The Southern Illinois native was
married last spring at the Reorganized Church of the Latter Day
Saints of jesus Christ, where she plays the organ and is an active
WILLIAM PHILLIPS - Sporting a "change of face" this year,
the art department head is keeping up the tradition of a bearded art-
ist. The junior Class and Art Club sponsor also teaches adult art
classes. Completing his twelfth year at FT HS, Mr. Phillips enjoys a
"once-in-a-whilev game of baseball for recreation.
MISS DOROTHY PRITCHETT - This former PE teacher also
instructed classes in French and English before assuming her present
role as librarian. Miss Pritchett, who is completing her thirty-third
year at FTHS, sponsors the Library Club. She is a member of Gar-
den Club, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Delta Kappa
Gamma. Naturally, she spends her spare time reading.
MRS. ANNE RILEY - Having organized the Future Teachers
of America at FT HS last spring, Mrs. Riley has watched the club ex-
pand to 22 member this year. The Structure III instructor also teach-
es classes in literature and creative writing. Living with her family
on their farm in Geff, Mrs. Riley is an ardent archer and l-tnitter.
MRS. PEGGY RIPPERDAN - Girlis PE department head,
Mrs. Ripperdan instructs six physical education classes every day,
teaches a range of sports, from the rough competitive game of foot-
ball to the graceful, muscle-firming techniques of tumbling and per-
forming on the balance beam and parallel bars. The GAA sponsor is
completing her third year at FT HS.
Mrs. Sailor Mr. Sheets Mrs. Spitzner
Mr. Tingley Mr. Updike Mrs, Uphoff
MRS. HARRIETT SAILOR - An eleven-year teaching veteran
at FTHS, Mrs. Sailor is sponsor of the Freshman Class. This native
of Flora instructs freshman classes in literature and composition and
serves on the Independent Study Council. Mrs. Sailor, the English
department head, and National Honor Society sponsor, belongs to
the DAR and is active in Garden Club and the Methodist Church.
LESLIE SHEETS - This ex-marathon runner is another one of
the brand new fathers on the FTHS faculty staff this year. Mr.
Sheets, finishing his second year of teaching in Flora, instructs five
electricity classes a day in his recently remodeled classroom. His
after-school activities include assisting the cross country coaches.
MRS. KAY SPITZNER - Besides knitting 45 Ali McGraw hats
for her church bazaar, bicycling to school on sunny days, rejoicing
over her sonis homecoming from Viet Nam, and sewing for her
two-and-one-half-year old grandson, the Math Club sponsor also
teaches Algebra I and II and Senior Math.
MRS. MARY BETH STINE - After winning a golf tourna-
ment last summer, Mrs. Stine returned to school for her thirteenth
year as an FT HS faculty member. The home economics department
head instructs gainful employment and family living classes and is
an' FHA sponsor. She and her husband took a Hawaiian vacation last
JERRY STRINGER - Formerly a high school football and bas-
ketball player, Mr. Stringer continued in the sports field as a base-
ball, basketball, and track coach during his first year at FTHS. He
teaches history, sophomore social studies, and boys, PE. Fishing and
recording music on tape are high on his recreational priority list.
DONALD TALMANT - Before coming to Flora, Mr. Talmant
was on the staff of the New Learning Community in Springfield, a
Mrs. Stine Mr. Stringer Mr. Talmant
Mr. Wahlig Miss Wells Mr. Wheeler
private discussion-group type school for about twelve students from
eight to sixteen years of age. A history teacher at Flora, he is an SIU
graduate and is currently working on his master's degree.
ROBERT TINGLEY - After playing guard and forward on the
Hutsonville High School basketball team, Mr. Tingley has now ful-
filled a life-long ambition to be a teacher and a coach. Head basket-
ball coach at Flora, the EIU graduate teaches mathematics and driv-
GRAHAM UPDIKE - An Indiana native, Mr. Updike is a four-
year Flora faculty member. A former high school track participant
and football player, he now coaches the same sports and teaches
boys' PE and driver's education. Mr. Updike, sponsor of the Letter-
man's Club, takes to the field and stream for recreation.
MRS. ,IULIANNA UPHOFF - Descended from a Revolution-
ary ancestor named Ebenezer Fisk, Mrs. Uphoff enjoys genealogical
research. Head of the business department where she teaches ac-
counting and typing, Mrs. Uphoff also has a class in journalism. Ad-
ditional assignments are Senior Class sponsor and publication
MICHAEL WAHLIG - Concerned with correct expression, Mr.
Wahlig plays the fields of drama, speech, and English at'FTHS. Di-
recting the two class plays, he considers himself a drama enthusiast.
Besides the enjoyment of working with his cast members, he likes to
"ham it up a little" for his daughter Michelle.
MISS STEPHANIE WELLS - A graduate of Indiana University,
this former Locust Log editor has retumed to her alma mater to
teach German and communications. Having majored in German at
the university, she spent one semester of her senior year in Germany
on a study exchange program. Her interests include spectator sports,
horseback riding, and cooking.
ROBERT F. WHEELER - Having something of a vested inter-
est in FT HS, Mr. Wheeler has spent nine years here - four as a stu-
dent and five as agriculture instructor. In addition to teaching he has
had the added responsibility this year of heading the FT HS Educa-
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JAMES ALEXANDER ALLISON - Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Football 1, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4.
BOB AUMILLER - Cross Country 4, Football 2, FHA 4,
Lettermenis Club 4, Track 1, 3.
JANET BANHART - FHA 2.
RANDY LYNN BENEFIELD - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross
Country 1, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Play
Cast 1, 2, Track 2, 3.
ANN ELAINE BENNETT f Language Club 2, 3, 4,
Math Club 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Socie-
ty 3, 4, Science Club 3, Spanish Honor Society 4.
MICHELE BICE - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Club 1, 2, 3,
4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Honor Society 3, 4.
SENIOR PRESIDENT Wayne Duke lakei advanlage ofthe azmzmn Jumhine to
ronfer wilh olher offrers Sherry Brooks, Jeerelary-treasurer, and Tyler Smith,
Diploma in sighl
as 154 seniors
enroll for Iasl lap
VICE VERSA. Cramrning in that lillle hi! of lar!-minute learning, Beeky Pileher
and Gary Henderson lean: the diwrenee helween hzk and her graduation rohes.
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ADA E. BOWEN - FBLA 1.
LANA BONWEN M Band 1, GAA 1, Language Club 1, 2,
Student Council 1.
CHERYI. MARIE BOYD - FHA 1.
DONNA BOYER M FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2,
BARRY DREW BRIGHT - Basketball I, 2, Cross
Country 2, 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4.
DOUGLAS A, BRINKLEY - Baseball 4, Basketball I.
2, Football 1.
SHERRY ELLEN BROOKS - GAA I, 2, 3, Macirigzlls
3, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Span-
ish Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
JILL ELAINE BRYAN - Band I, 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics
Club 3, 4, Harstan Staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Stuclent Council I.
CONNIE BURGESS - FHA 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4,
DUANE BURKETT - Basketball 2, 3, Language Club I,
2, 3, 45 l.CIICI'I'IICI1,S Club 2, 3, 43 Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4,
Science Club 3. 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4,
LISA ANNE BUTE 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Har-
stan Staff 4, Language Club 1, 2, 3, Locust Log Staff 3, Macl-
rigals 3, 4.
CAROL -IUNE BUTLER 3 FBLA I, 2, FHA 4, GAA I,
Language Club I, 2, Office Girl 2, 3.
DEBORAH LYNNF CADXWALADER - FHA 1. 2. 5.
43 FTA -'lg GAA 1, 5, '13 Language Club Z, 33 Math Club 51
Stutlcnt Council 1, Z, 5. Ai.
LINDA CANNON - FHA l.
l JEFFREY G. CARTNAI. - Bancl 1. 2. 5. lg FTA 5, 11 Mu
Alpha Theta 5,11 National Honor Society 3.-13 Play Cast 1. 2.
BQ Spanish Honor Society 3, 4.
JOSEPH D. CARTNAL -FTA 5. rig Language Clulv 1, 2.
BQ Mu Alpha Theta 5. -1: National Honor Socicty 5. '11 Play
Cast 1, 2. 51 Spanish Honor Society 5, fl.
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POPULAR PAS TIME for rmiors, mmparing flax ringr rluims the allmtian of
Lim Blue, Barbara Guinn, and julia Winka on Ihr red-leller day of ring arrzmls.
wiih choice of four
SCOTT COLCLASURF - FBLA 1, 2, 55 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONNA JEAN CONNERLY - FHA fig Language Club
CHRISTINA LYNN COOPER - FHA 4.
JANICE L, COOPER - Band 1.
TERESA COX - FHA 2, 3,
BARBARA ANN DAUGHERTY - FHA Z, 5g FTA 4g
Language Club 25 Math Club 4g National Honor Society 5, 4
REHEA RSING FOR HA UGHTINESS, jeanne Spitzner impiref gujfam from
fillow ms! member Wayne Duke and admimlian from Pal Tanner.
Pai Tanner plags
in senior comedg
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JACKIE DEAN - Flag Cadets 2, 5, 4, FHA 1, 2, 4,
PEGGY DEAN - Flag Caclets 2, 4, FBLA fll FHA 2, 4.
P1-111. DINGMAN - FBLA 11 Lettermen's Club 3, 4,
Manager for Football, Basketball, Track 3, 4.
WAYNE K. DUKE A Bantl 1, 23 Basketball 2, 5, Foot-
ball 1, 23 Language Club 1, 2, 3, Play Cast 5, 43 Stuclent Coun-
FAITH ELLEN EDMONSON - FHA 2, 3. 42 FTA 4,
Language Club Z, 5, 43 Spanish Honor Society 3, 4, Centralia
High School, Centralia.
CATHERINE SUZANNE ELEAIN1 - Chorus 2. 4,
Drama Club 4, GAA 53 Locust Log Staff 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 1,
2, 3, 4g Science Club 5.
J. Dean P. Dean
Eclmon son Eleam
SCOTT IERWIN - Band lg Basketball 1, 2, Cross Coun
try 2, Language Club 1, 2, 5, 4.
MARTY ETCHASON - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2
Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Football 1, Tennis 1, 25 Track 3.
ANNA M, FELTY - GAA 5, 4, Language Club 1, 2, 4
Locust Log Staff 3, 4g Math Club 3, 45 Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4
Quill and Scroll 3, 4.
JUDITH ANN FITCH - Chorus 1, FHA 4, GAA 3, 4
Play Cast 4.
BECKY FITZGERALD - Art Club ag FHA 1, 2, 5, 4
KENNETH FLEXTER - Language Club I, 2, 3, Spanish
Honor Society 5.
KEVIN FLEXTER - Language Club I, 2, 3, Spanish
Honor Society 5.
RICHARD G. FOPAY M FHA 4.
STEVE FREEMAN - FHA 4.
BARBARA ANN FROST - Art Club 2, 3, 4g Play Cast
LARRY OMER GAINES - Art Club 5, 4.
RICK GIBBS - Football lg FHA 4.
CAROLE F. GILLILAND - Band 1, 2, 3. Lil GAA 1, 2, 5,
4, Locust Log Staff 2, 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 5, 45 National
Honor Society 5, 41 Quill ancl Scroll 5, 4.
MARGARET GIVENS - FHA 1, 23 North Clay High
MARGARET ANN GOODZEY Y FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA
5, 45 Locust Log Staff 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 45
Quill and Scroll 5, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4.
LANA KAY GRANDON - FHA 2, 4, GAA 1, Z3 Libra-
ry Staff 1.
DEBBIE GREENXWOOD 1 Flag Cadets 2, 3, 4g FHA 2,
5, Language Club 1.
Big bird iowers
over spring prom
on Sesame Qireei
Grubaugh B. Guinn
5. Guinn Hamilton
NANCY L. GRUBAUGH - Band 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2,
3, 4, Math Club 5, 4g National Honor Society 3, 4, Play Cast
1, Z, 5, 4g Spanish Honor Society 5, 4.
BARBARA JANE QUINN f Language Club 1, 2, 14,
Math Club 3, 4, Mu Alpha Them 5, 4, Science Club 3g Span-
ish Honor Society 3, ll.
SUSAN ARLENE GUINN f FBLA 2, FHA 4, GAA 2g
Language Club 1, 2,
GREGORY A. HAMILTON - Basketball 1, 4, Cross
Country lg FFA 1, 2, 3, fl.
ALLIZN HANNEKEN - Cross Country 1. 2, 5, Lanf
guage Club 2, fag Lettermen's Club 5, 4, Science Club 53 Stu-
dent Council 25 Tennis 2, 3, 4.
IARRY HART 1 Bagketbqll 1 2. Cross Count 1. Foot- KATHY TH0MPSON,!4r1-yearymior who gmred the lbrone ilu Clan ofI972
4 L A 5 7 K 4 W ' prepared for lheir own junior Prom, if marred foward the formation
ball 2, 35 Language Club 1, 25 Track 2, 5, Wm, bylmkg, Wibom
"I THINK IT'S SLIPPINGF' Linda Mills, 1971 Homeroming Queen, lellx
mmnalion :mm Lzrvy M cKinnan, who dow a lillle expert ,flmigblening in the
G. Henderson R. Henderson
BRENDA KAY HEADLEE - Art Club 5, 4, FHA 2, 3
4, Mt. Eden High School, Hayward, Calif.
KYE RICHARD HEMPHILL - Football 1, 2, Letter-
men's Club 2, 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Spanish Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 4.
GARY DEAN HENDERSON - Football 1, 2, 3, Lan-
guage Club 1, 2, Lettermen3s' Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4,
Science Club 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4.
RANDY JOE HENDERSON - Locust Log Staff 3, 4
Math Club 3, 4, Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, National Honor Socie-
ty 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4.
RICHARD LEE HENSON - Art Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Chorus 4, FHA 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4.
DONNA HESS - FBLA 1, FHA 2, 3, 4, GAA 4
Rhythmettes 1, 2, 3, Playcast 4.
James C, Johnson
JAMES W. HOLLOXWAY - Basketball 1, 2g Football 1,
2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 5, fig Track 1.
JON HOLMAN - Basketball 2, 3g Lettermen,s Club 2, 3,
4g Mu Alpha Theta 3, 45 Science Club 3, fig Spanish Honor
Society 3g Tennis 2, 5, 4.
DAVID HUEY - Football 1, 23 Track 1.
DEBBIE JACKSON - Flag Cadets 2, 3g FHA 1, 2.
CHERYL CWATHANJ JAMES - FHA 2, fig GAA 3, 4.
CAROL JOHNSON - FHA 4g GAA fig Language Club
1, 2g Spanish Honor Society 5.
DONNA CSXVISIENIZYJ JOHNSON - Art Club Ag FHA
1. 2. 3. -1.
MaDONNA DIANNAJONFS - Art Club 5. 111 FHA 1.
2. 5. -1,
KENNETH D, KELLEY - Football 3. '11 Lettermenk
Club 3. 11.
DEBRAJEAN KING - Chorus 1: FBLA 41. FHA 1. 2. 5
43 Play Cast -11 Pep Club 2.
BENJANIAN RAY KlNNAlvlAN - Basketball 1, 23
Football 1. Z. 5. FBLA 41 Lettermen's Club 5. -1.
D. Johnson Jones
Kelley D. King
K. King Kinnaman
BRENDA LEA KITTLE - Band 1, FBLA 1, 4, FHA 2,
3, 4, GAA 4, Rhythmettes 2, 3.
MICHAEL ALLEN KNIGHT - Band I, 2, 5, 4, I.ibf,u-y
Staff 1, 2, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 4,
MARSHA LYNN LAIRD - PHA I, 2, 5, 4, FTA 5, 4,
GAA 25 Language Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 4,
JUSTIN LAKE - Art Club 1.
ROBERTA LAMB - Aff Club 2, 3, FBLA 2, 4, FHA 4,
Language Club 2, 3.
DEBRA ANN LAUDERBACK - FBLA 2, 3, 4, FHA 41,
Rhyrhmerres 1, 2, 3, Language Club 2, 3.
DEBBIE LEAK f FBLA 1, FHA 2, 4, GAA Z, Lib1'zII'y
Staff 1, 3.
MARSHA LEAK - Arr Club 2. 31 FBLA 1, 2, 3. fig Lun-
guage Club 1, 2, Math Club -I.
JOYCE ELAINE LEE - Oilcll Community High School,
DEAN EDXWIN LEWIS - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEVEN LOWELL LIEWIS i Basketball 1, 2. 5. 4, C1'0S5
Country 1, 2, 3, -1, Language Club 1, 2. 3, 4, LeIIeI'1ncn's Club
2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2.
D. Leak M. Leak
D. Lewis S. Lewis
ED LYDIC - Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
Gymnastics Club 5, Lettermen's Club 5, 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 4.
PAMELA SUE MANKIN - FHA 41 GAA 1. 2. 5, Har-
stan Staff 4, Language Club 1. 21 Locust Log Staff 5.
TONY MASON - Band 1, 2, Football 1, 21 Math Club
5, 4g Play Cast 5, 4g Science Club 5, 4, Tennis 1, Z, 5, 4.
TERI JANE MASTERS - Flag Cadets 1, 2. 3. 43 FHA 1,
2, 5, 43 GAA 1, 23 Gymnastics Club 3.
-IANA K. BIEARES - FHA 1.
LINDA SUE MILLS - FBLA 5. 4: Harstan Staff 41 Lan-
guage Club 2. 5: National Honor Society 5. 41 Play Cast 3, 4.
Rbythmettes 2, 3.
Mearcs Mi l 15
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SENIORS CA PITA LIZE on Jmiorily la occupy from rowf in the auditorium af7er
lhfee years oflilerally "faking a bark real. " joyce Wyman and Caroljahmon awai!
LIKE BIRDS OF A FEA THER,janLr Swan, Mumba Laird, and Debbie
Tbompion, Jeniars, Jlifk logelher in the front fheering line for live Waiver
shoriage of jobs
DAVID LOXWELL MULVANY - Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Bas-
ketball 1, 2g Foorball 1, 2, 5, 4, Lerrermcnis Club 3, 4, Science
Club 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2.
ROGER XYIAYNE MURPHY f Basketball 1, 2, Cross
Country l, 2g Tennis 5, 4.
STEPHEN DOUGLAS MCCARTHY - Language Club
l, 3, .
BRENDA LOU MCCORMICK - FBLA 1, 2, 5, 4g FHA
43 GAA 3, 4, Language Club 2.
GLENN MQDANIEL - Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Cross Coun-
try 4, Football 23 Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermenis Club
2, 5, 4, Track 1, 2.
DAN MCGREW - Spanish Honor Society 5, 4.
DAN McKINNON - Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen,s Club 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2,
LARRY MCKINNON - Football 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3, 4,
Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4.
CHARLES A. PAUL - Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cross Country
1, 2, 3, Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3, 4, Mu Alpha
Theta 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4.
RANDY PAYNE - Cross Country 2, Lettermen,s Club
3, 4, Science Club 2, 4, Track 2.
DEAN PEARCE - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROGER PENZOTTI - Cross Country 3, 4, Lettermen's
Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4.
D. McKinnon L. McKinnon
K. Rodgers E. Rogers
CHARLES PETERS - Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Lettermenas
Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4.
BECKY ANN PILCHER - Chorus 1, FHA 4, GAA 1, 2,
3, 4, Rhythrnettes 1, Z, Language Club 1, 2, 35 Math Club 3.
CAROLYN POXWLESS A Art Club 4, FBLA 4, FHA 1,
2, 3, 4.
SANDRA JEAN REED - Harstan' Staff 4, Language
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Locust Log Staff 3, National Honor Society 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Honor Society 3, 4.
KAREN RODGERS - FHA 4, Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Honor Society 3, 4.
ED ROGERS - Basketball Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 3,
4, Language Club 1, Track Mgr. 2, 3, 4.
NANCY jO SAILOR - Art Club 3, 43 Bantl 1, 23 Chccr-
leatlcr 1, 2, 3, 4g FHA 4g Play Cast 1, 3, 4g Student Council 3
MILA .IANE SANDERS - Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3
Maclrigals 3, 4g Play Cast 3, 4.
DENNIS SCHELL - Language Club 1, 2, 3.
VICKI LYNN SCHLABACH - LanguagC Club I, 2, 4
Science Club 4: Rhythmcttcs 2,
RICK SCHMIDT - Band 1. 2. 5. 4g Language Club 1, 2,
33 Math Club 33 Stutlcnt Council 4,
.IANIS SEFTON - FTA 3, -13 Language Club 1, 2, 3. -I
Math Club 3, 4g Mu Alpha Thcta 3, 4g National Honor Socic-
ty 3, 4g Spanish Honor Socicty 3, 4.
G. Smith j. Smith
T. Smith Spitzner
VICKIE sH121.ToN - iam 1, 2, 5. ig FBLA 1, 2, 4g
FHA 2, 4,
,IOI-IN W. SI-IRUM - Art Club 2. 5, 4.
GARY DEAN SMITH - Basoball lg Football lg FBLA
4g Language Club 1, Zg Student Council 1, 2.
JAMES LYNN SMITH - FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
G. TYLER SMITH A Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Cross Country lg
FBLA 44 Language Club 1, 2.
,IEANNE MARIE SPITZNER - Checrlcatlcr 2, 3g GAA
1, 2, 3, 4g Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4g Play Cast 3, 43 Spanish
Honor Society 3, 4g Stutlcnt Council 1.
DEBORAH KAY SPROAT - Band 1, 2g FBLA fig FHA
2, 5, 4.
RICHARD E. STALEY - Basketball lg Cross Country 11
Language Club 5, 4g Math Club 4g Science Club flg Spanish
Honor Society 4.
CONNIE SUE STANFORD - FHA 1, 2. 4.
ROBERT EUGENE STEELE f Football 53 Language
Club 1, Zg Play Cast 5,
JUSTIN JAY STRANGE - Cross Country 23 Language
Club lg Math Club dig Track 2, 5.
JEAN ANN STUCKEY - Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Chorus 5, 43
Harstan Staff 4g Language Club 1, 23 Maclrigals 3, 43 Play
Cast 2, 3, 4.
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MIDNIGHT FRUSTRA TION. Wordr limi wnffl mme Y Jmlmrw lim! won?
bang logelber are mmmon rympzomr of 11 .vmior ailmml mlled fem paper bluff.
in Iale lakers
TA KING ADVANTAGE of their new 18-year-old voting privilege will be no
novelty lo Cheryl Boyd, Wayne Duke, and Randy Payne, seniory, who proetire lbe
Hdemormtie JyJte1n" in a Jtudenl body elerlion.
D. Thompson V. Thompson
PAUL ANDREW TANNER 4- Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus
3, 4g Language Club 1, 2, 3, Locust Log Staff 3, 4, Madrigals
2, 3, 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROGER DALE THACKREY - Basketball 1, 2, Cross
Country 2, Football 1, 3, 4, Lertcrmcnk Club 3, 4.
DEBBIE THOMPSON - FBLA 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA
1, 2, Play Cast 4.
VALERIE JEAN THOMPSON - FBLA 3, 4, Harstan
DIANE WALKER - FHA 3.
STEPHEN WALSH - FFA 4, Cisne Community High
Wieldt D. Williams
BARBARA WATHAN W FHA 1, 2, 5, 4,
DANNY WELTY - FHA 4.
TONY B. WHITEHFAD - Baseball 1, 2, 5, 43 Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 4g Football lg I,C'KKCI'l'IlCl'lIS
Club 2, 5, 4.
RICHARD WICKE - FHA 45 Cumbcrlancl High
TERRY WIELDT - Baskctball 53 Football l,
DAVID WILLIAMS 4 Baseball l. 2, 3, 41 Basketball 1, 2g
Football 2, 5, 49 LettcrmCn's Club 3. 4.
TIINIOTHY CARRELI. Wll,SC3N - Basclvall l, 5,41 Bas
kctball 1, 2. 5, 4g Cross Country fig Football 1. 2, 51 Lcttcr
mcn's Club 2. 5, 43 Track l, 5. -1.
JULIA ANN WINKA - GAA 23 I.11Yl4LXLlllglCClL1l5 l, 2, 5
Math Club 5, 4g Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4g National Honor Sonic
ty 5, 41 Spanish Honor Society 5, fl.
COLLEEN XVOOD - Art Club 5: FHA 21 GAA 5.
DIANA XWOOD - Chorus lg FBLA 31 FHA 51 GAA l
2. 5. 41 Language Club l.
JOYCE MARIE XWYMAN - FHA -1.
R, Williams T. Wilson
Winka C, Wood
D. Wood Wyman
Kgirh Bayleg Becky Beck Rose Behnke
James Bi-ookhean Ronnie Brothers Henry Brown
joe Cannon Vance Carrell Debra Carrrighr
Pamela Cooper Kevin Covey Brenda Cox
Elaine Eqk Patricia Eckel Rhesa Eckelberry
.Judy Foster Ginger Frost Thelma Fulfer
Mark Berry jill Borah
Peggy Bryan Bryan Bullard
Terri Chaney Mary Clark
Renee Cummins Brenda Cunningham
Class ring choice
Ieis juniors enjog
iasie of senioriig
Sale projecis nei
300 for candles.
M' ,M..tt.,, ,
HANDLING THE EXECUTIVE PROBLEMS oftlyejzmiar Claw -
without the help ofa U,S. male - oMcerJ Terri Chaney, .verrelary-treasuferg
Anna Thompmn, pre5idenl,' and Teresa Tibbs, vireprefidmt, mai! inquiries to
Pram band pauibiliiier.
Richard Krurgingef Rodger Lane Arthur Lauderbaclt
james McCurdy Debra McDaniels Ed McDaniel
Brad Mugrage Lynn Murbarger Kathy Nash
BIG DECISION FOR jUNIORS - what ringr fha!! we wear
when we are rmrorrf
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Susan Seelman Robert Schroeder Tyler Schroeder David Neff
Anna Thompson Teresa Tibbs Chris Turner Tony Persinger
Robert Wilke Carolyn Williams Mary Willison Betty Pruett
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W Gregory Phillips
A. W. Pickel
Debra Persinger Michael R. Persinger Michael W. Persinger
Denise Plumlee Mike Poehler Manuel Prater
Melanie Sapp Ronald Scammahorn Mike Sebring
Don Tenney Teresa Thomason Vickie Thomason
wins second place
SOPHOM ORE CLASS OFFICERS Carole Dulanq, preridenlg Neil Mark, i
vicejnreridenlg and Carla Webb, reeretary-treasurer, dismay Homecoming flaalplam.
A SOPHOMORE CONTRIBUTION lo lhe FTHS .qmrtr scene, Rick Riggle leam
inlo the play to give moral Jupparl from ihe bench.
Richard Allen Steve Anderson Ricky Beccue Leia Beck Beverly Benefield David Bice
Alera Bonham Debbie Brarron Douglas Briscoe jan Bryan jeff Burroughs Mark Caglwaladef
Rhonda Cantrell Ronald Carpenter Dale Castleberry Edith Childers Mary Clowers jhan Coble
Stephen Conklin john Conner Robert Connerly
Allen Cosner Nancy Cox Becky Davis
Athena deWeese Bruce Dickey Carole Dulaney
Kevin Edmiston Robert Erlenbush Marsha Eskew
Qoph gridders mar
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New license lels
leave Mom al home
joe Holloway Mike Hubbell Chris jackson
Cindy Kfuginggr Larry Krutsinger Ruby Krutsinger
Dennig Loghf Neal Mack Gary Martin
Arthur German Rick Glaspy
Tim Henson Pam Hilderbrand
Douglas Hockman RiClC Hodges
Annette Kohn Anita Krutsinger
AT THE FA VORITE DAILY INTERRUPTION, Japhomomf Vifki Pilfber,
jan Bryan, David Bire, Sharon Rudy, and Dennif Srhmidt, difcun Jrhaalproblemx
during a lamb break.
Rhonda McMillan Mel Neeley Tarena Neff
Norman Phillips Linda Pierson Vicki Pilcher
james Rinehart Phillip Robinson Denise Rose
Debbie Sehie joy Shehorn Doug Smith
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Debbie Slanford pays to solo before the band during a famba!! baMtime show,
,Io Ellen Williams
Richard Stanford Roger Strange Bob Sulsberger
Douglas Warren Carla Webb Kem Wells
Stephen Wood Bill Woomer Richard Yates
THE ROOM NUMBERS are on the daarr' Student Coumzl member Peggy
Goodzey fenzor heb! Randy Igerl hgh! zine frerbman frurlmlzam affine dzfem
bmi to 11 rlarrroom lbe jim day of Jebool
Lora Childers Angela Claypool Evelyn Coble
Randy Curtis Ricky Davis Shelby Davis
Angelia Duke Carolyn Dulaney Marilyn Dulaney
io lead class
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Sally Mack Regina Martin Sl-1231106 Martin
Gayle Moran Yvonne Mulvany ChfiS Murphy
FRESHMAN SCIENTISTS Mamiya Hanneken mzdjeanne Holloway take
advantage of zbeir rzewb fzrquired knowledge zo ten for addr in water.
joseph Smith Karen Snell jerry Stanford
Mary Timm Richard Tolliver Cheryl Walker
john Winrerman Rita Wolfe William Wcxxd
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siudg hall, long
+o enjog commons
OFFICE GIRLS - 1Front Rowj Jacque McKnight, Sandy Reed, Barbara
Guinn,janice Cooper, Linda Mills. CSecond Rowj Mrs. Bumgarner, Marsha
Kerby, Becky Fitzgerald, Diana Payne, Linda Cannon, Mrs. Dulaney. C'I'hird
CAFETERIA WORKERS - fFront Rowj Carolyn Gaines, Colleen
Wood, Veda Albritton, -Ieanne Spitzner, Sherry Brooks. fSecond Rowj Ron-
nie Brothers, jim Crego, Phillip Leak, Galen Turner, Gary Pmitt, David
Williams, Dale Hillyer.
Rowj Marsha Leak, Debbie Bratton, Becky Pilcher, Susan Seelman, janis Sef-
ton, Brenda McCormick.
Work corps strive
+o give siudenis
comforis of home
Many hands contributed to the task of supplying the phys-
ical needs of Flora students and keeping the building com-
fortable and pleasant.
With a spoon in one hand and a washcloth in the other,
the cooks and the cafeteria workers managed to stem off 653
appetites at lunchtime. Student cashiers joined the ranks of
cafeteria workers this year.
Office girls sped through the halls checking roll, typing
tests, and counting the absentee list. Bringing coffee to teach-
ers was an unofficial duty.
Through rain, snow, sleet, or sunshine, the bus drivers en-
dured 176 school days to bring FTHS students to school. As
head of the bus corps, Xon Warren had the decision on snow
days of whether to keep the buses running or to give the kids
an unexpected holiday.
Keeping house for 653 occupants is no small chore any
janitor will declare. Cleaning and heating a block-long build-
ing was the winter responsibilities of the four janitors. Their
work also continues into the summer when they paint and re-
furbish the building.
COOKS - Mrs. Louise Henson, Mrs. Goldie Cole, Mrs. Esther Cantrell.
.IANITORS - jerry Griffith, Sam White, Galen Smith, Larry Henson.
BUS DRIVERS - Lawrence Greenwood, Harold Frost, jim Tackitt, Xon
Warren, Everett Dow, jerry Griffith, Leo Smith, Earl Winchester, Bob
Jus+ wl'1a+ you've always wanlecl - a combinalion washer
and dryer fhal' cleans your clofhes buf doesn'+ cramp your
I22 Wesl Nor+l'1 Avenue
lChucI: Ferguson, Joe Efchisonl
BY THE BAG FULL
Fill up a Samsonife duo wi+l1 eye-ca+cl1ing
sfyles for bolh guys and gals
THE COUNTRY SOUIRE
IOI Wesl Nor+l1 Avenue
lJim Vaughn, Tim Wilson, Gail Cook, Larry McKinnonl
FTHS'ers like fo do 'lheir horsing in a sporfy
new Mus+ang from
BERT HOLMAN FORD,
720 Wes+ Norfh Avenue
lJon Holman, Duane BurIre'H
I"IiHing 'Ihe books comes easier from I'he
comforlable dep+hs of an uI'Ira-mod sofa
IOO Wesf Second SIree+
IDebbie Cadwalader, Sherry Brooks, Carol Johnsonl
GUESS WI'IAT'S COMING FOR
I+'s no surprise. You gel whal' you order -
pizzas, sundae, sandwich - Iols of good
Ihings - iusl Ihe way you like Ihem.
867 Eas+ Norlh Avenue
ITony Mason, Peggy Goodzsey, Larry Sfanley, Pam
Manlzin, Dennis Schelll
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PACKED TO SNACK
To help you make if 'Ihrough a nighl of brain-bealing, gel' a
car+ full of goodies 'From
HENSON'S SU PERWAY MARKET
I I9 Easl' Sixlh S+ree+
ISCOH Erwin, Linda Henson, Allen Hannelrenl
. I A A I
Cap+ure 'rhe momenl' +ha'f reflec+s all she's dreaming of wifh
experi phofography and camera supplies a+
40I WhiHle Avenue
lDebbie Greenwood, Madonna Jonesl
Come any way you like for l'he la'res+ and
up-To-da+es+ in movies al'
I20 Easl Nor+h Avenue
lDoug Smifh, Candy Oliver, Gary Phillipsl
HEAVY, MAN, HEAVY
They're "plumb" reliable for heavy work
when if comes fo healing, air condifioning,
S 81 E HEATING AND
2I2 Eas+ Nor+h Avenue
lTyler Schroeder, Brenf Schroeder,
GET YOUR CAMPBELL'S WORTH
Wall: rigI1'r in and load up on CampbeII's
soup and o+I1er demands of Ieenage appe-
55I Easf Second S+ree+
lJean Campbell, Mrs. Elsie Bryanl
HEADED FOR FUN
If you're young-a+-I1ear'I you'll like +I'1e fun
and games equIpmen+ available a+
H 81 H FAMILY STORE
903 Wesl' Nor+I1 Avenue
lDrew Henson, Helen Sulsbergerl
fn -mn 4 xm
DRIVE HIM UP A WALL
II"s easy 'ro ca'I'cI1 your guy or gal when you own a ChevroIe+
CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE
207 Wes+ Nor+I1 Avenue
LIVE A CLEANER LIFE
Why cramp your s+yIe when you
can I'aIre your ease wi'Ih a self-
cIeaning oven from
834 Wes'I' Nor+h Avenue
REAL "BERRIES" DESERVE
REAL WHIPPED CREAM
For Ihose affer-school snacks 'I'op
your pasI'rIes and fresh 'FruiI's wi+h
whipped cream from
845 Wes'It Nor+h Avenue
IMarIr Berry, Barry Brigh+I
STAMP OUT LAZY MONEY
PuI' your money Io work for you. Open a savings accounf a'I'
FLORA SAVINGS AND LOAN
I I I Wes+ NorI'h Avenue
662-2 I 77
SIZED TO FIT
Shoes of The lalesf sfyles for Teen
age desires are manufacfured a+
708 Sou+h Main
lsfeve Lewis, Ed Downen, Marsha Hannelxenl
IT'S A BIG KICK
They're kicking off fanI'as+ic sales
for FTHS'ers all year long a'I'
J. C. BORAH
535 WesT Nor+h Avenue
COUNTRY GIRLS AT HEART
Even cify girls know +ha+ The bes+ place To go for farming and
gardening needs is
BRISCOE FARM STORE
l2I Sou+h Locusf S+ree+
Uacque Jones, Shannon Briscoel
s o li
ALL DOLLED UP
All ages from 'I'oI's +0 Ieens choose boI'h
spor+y and fancy fashions from
TOT AND TEEN SHOPPE
I I9 Easr Nor+h Avenue
Keeping up wi'rh Ihe Irends aI' FTHS is no
Irick when you have wha+ iI' Iakes -
pierced earrings from
IO4 Wes+ NorI'h Avenue
ILeo He+'riger, Becky Sproaf, Becky PiIcherI
Albums, sfereos, radios, and even +ropicaI
fish are wha+ Ieenagers find when searching
'For I'he IaI'esI' in sound explosion from
HOWELL RADIO AND TV
2I6 Eas+ Nor+h Avenue
IDonna Guinn, Rober+ Kes+erson, Rifa Wolfe, Mrs.
Worry no more. Take advan+age of +I1e
fas+, dependable service from
2I0 Eas'r Nor+I1 Avenue
LIILL E ALL ABOARD
Af+er a hard day behind a desk .you can I F
s'Iep up +o a comfor+abIe, convenlen+ ride if
home by Iaking
MCDANIEUS J QM
224 Eas+ Washingfon Avenue
IGayIe Moran, Jan Bryan, Mike Krusel
ONE FOR YOU, ONE FOR ME
NoI'I1ing Iike +rus'I'ing your money bag To +I1e
people wi+I1 II16 young in mind -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IOI Eas+ Nor+I1 Avenue
IMrs. Imogene Hodges, Roger MurphyI
U EN : .oo0
Follow 'Ihe Ialesl in fashion 'flings wiI'h lie-dyed clolhes a
do-il-yourself wilh dye from
JACO VARIETY STORE
I3I Eas'I Norlh Avenue
lPeggy Dean, Joyce Wymanl
As Jeeps slowly creep inlo 'the FTHS park-
ing IoI', fulure buyers galher Io eye lhe new
662-5 I 50
lVan Brenllinger, Bob Schroeder, Ron Hall, Shannon
Briscoe, Darrell Cook, Ed McDaniel, Marge Harvey,
HERE COME THE BRIDES . ..
To be choosey and lake advanlage of lhe
bargains lo slock 'Iheir Iarclers. Also a greal
place for all s'I'ucIen'Is 'Io grab a quick bile
420 Soulh Main Slreel
lCheryI James, Donna Johnson, Debbie Caririghl,
Wfmgwamgwmwfmiii ,,ffsw,,, 1- ,,w.wfmwue:-- ,
YOU DRIVE. WE STRIVE
To keep 'lhe ieen world sa+isfied is half +he
baffle buf i+'s a gas wi+h Union 76 Service
KNAPP OIL COMPANY
678-22l l, 678-22 I2
lElizabe+h Knapp, Chuck Knappl
For every special occasion i+'s nice +o know
l someone who will make a floral arrange-
menf +ha'I' exac+ly fills 'lhe bill.
l I29 Wes+ Nor+h Avenue
662-20 l 9
lJudy Fifch, Sfeve WyaH
THE PRETTIEST PACKAGES
come wrapped in Hallmark paper.
Shop for graduaiion, birihdays, going-aways. Choose from
our wide selecfion of candy, cosme+ics, iewelry, and novel+ies
- +hen wrap your selec+ion in colorful Hallmark frimmings.
I23 Eas+ Norfh Avenue
Uanna Cosby, Jan Bryanl
I'D RATHER FIGHT
Once a Gremlin, always a Gremlin
because i+'s +l1e one American-
made foreign car - +l1e Ieenagers
BILL WOOD MOTORS
843 Wesl Sou+l1 Avenue
lRenee Cummins, Mike Genlhel
I'D LIKE TO TEACH
Io sing in perfecl harmony - l'cl
like Io buy Ilme world a coke and
keep il' company
lAnna Thompson, Marge Harvey, Allan
Slaley, Darrell Cook, Cindy Rascherl
Sfyles come and sfyles go buf year a'F+er year Ieenage acI'ivi
lies gel slaunclm backing from
FOUR SISTERS MFG. COMPANY
I2I Easl' Second S+ree+
lCa'Il'1y Salyers, Linda Salyers, Carolyn Dulaney, Marilyn Dulaneyl
5,1 lg ,
4' J VT
WHAT A WAY TO GO
Your mo+or will purr along on your week-end excursion when
you feed i'I Texaco Brand Gasoline from
HOCKMAN'S EAST END
I005 Eas'r Norlh Avenue
INancy Grubaugh, Doug Hockmanl
KICK THE HABIT
Kick off 'rhe old Iennies and boos+
your appearance wi+h warm, high-
fashioned boofs Io bool' from
DALE MANN 81 CO.
IO3 Eas+ Norlh Avenue
DRIVER TODAY -- PILOT
Learn 'Io fly righl' wi+h lessons a'I'
IDebbie Stanford, Dennis Schmidi, Brad
Holla nd, Karen Hollandl
LOUD 'N' CLEAR
Clay Coun+y's firsl radio communicalion medium is brouglrl
+o Flora 'I'l1rougl1 an eleclronic au+oma+ion syslem, Beulah,
and 'rhe folks a+
WNOI BIG COUNTRY
I03.9 FM S'I'ereo
GO CART,lGO CAR, GO TRUCK
I I " ,." ..
Wlmalever you drive, you'll gel' 'lhere safer
wi+l1 dependable service and gasoline from
LANE AND MISENHIMER
Mobil Gas Service
l23 Nor+l'1 Locusl Slreel'
WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS
They're on +l1eir way +o salisfied 'leenagers
who buy +l1em for birlhdays, anniversaries
dances . . .
AND GIFT SHOP
l06 Wesl' Second Slreel
lKevin Covey, Phillip Dingmanl
ii' Eg su 1
ei..si2f.J.iwf 'T W
B A . W W
HOW BIG DO YOU WANT TO BE?
Big enough +0 peek wi+houI faIIing inside a
roomy deep freeze from
83I Wesi Norrh Avenue
For piciure perfeci walls in your room,
LaI'ex pain+ and brushes 'from
PARKS WALLPAPER 81
42I Wes+ NorI'h Avenue
MEET THE LUNCH BUNCH
II's Iogeiherness for sure when Ihe gang closes in for +he bes+
Iunch or afier-school munch a+
238 Flora Avenue
ISusan Seelman, Jim Allisonj
LIFT YOUR SPIRITS HIGH
Teenagers never feel down when building
s'I'age sefs or fIoaI's wi+I1 ma+eriaIs from
I3I Souih Locus+ Sfreei
ILee Laird, Dan McKinnonI
DOUBLE THE PLEASURE
Read I'I1e paper 'II1a+ covers +Iie news inside
FLORA DAILY NEWS RECORD
I05 WesI' Nor'II1 Avenue
662-2 I O8
IJe'ff and Joe Carfnalj
BIG WHEELS KEEP ON TURNING
Bringing na+ionaI significance
Io 'rheir communi'I'y's indus'Iry
ANACONDA WIRE AND CABLE
6 Indus+riaI Park
IRoger PenzoHi, Rober+ PenzoHi, Linda Penzo++iI
was IIIIII I
AS ALL FLORA TEENS DO, Tyler Smith and Danny MrKjnnzm aecepl mme
fads, rejecl othen. The one lbey acrebl make them zz 5ignMmnt par! of lbe lam!
Lyman L. Boflorff lnsurance Agency Jang Fabrics
Briscoe Lawn and Garden
Briscoe Tire and Service
Bu+e's Cuslom Cabinels
Bu+e's Gas Service
Cunningham Home lmprovemenl
Donna's Beauly Shop
H. W. Ealon Aulo Paris
Findley's Rexall Drug Slore
Flora Cily Council
The Flora Clinic
Flora Musical lnsfrumenl Co.
Garrison Really Co.
Genlry Roofing and Repair
Harlung lnsurance Agency
Haynes lnsurance and Real Esfale
John B. Jaycox, O.D.
Julian's Drive ln
June and Leah's Coffee Shop
Leland Keilh Slale Farm lnsurance
Marlin Prinling and Album Co.
Meyer and Meyer, A'Horneys
Olney Cenlral College Sludenl' Senale
Parlrs Wallpaper and Painl' Slore
J. C. Penney Co.
R. N. B. Enlerprises
Sears Calalog Sales
Sheehan's Mobil Gas Slalion
Smilh, McCollum and Riggle
Smilh Oil Co.
Slanley M. Timm, D. C.
William R. Todd
Monlgomery Ward Agency
Wilson Molor Sales
Clowers, Mary - 92
Albritton, Veda - 27, 35, 86, 104, 105
Allen, judy - 98
Allen, Richard - 28, 92
Allen, Rocky - 28, 32, 98
Allison, Connie 29, 98
Allison, Gena - 99
Allison, jim - 4, 69, 121
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company - 122
Anderson, Brenda f 99
Anderson, Russell - 32, 35, 37, 99, 112
Anderson, Sam, Appliance Center - 112
Anderson, Steve - 28, 92
Armstrong, Donald - 28, 99
Art Club - 34
Ashbaugh, james - 99
Aumiller, Charles - 28, 42, 52, 86
Aumiller, Robert - 26, 53, 69
Aumiller, Thomas - 34, 86
Baird, james - 62
Baker, Glenn - 43
Band - 36, 37
Banhart, janet - 26, 69
Baseball Team - 51
Bayles, Keith - 33, 87
Beccue, Ricky i 92
Beck, Iela - 92
Beck, Marilyn - 35, 99
Beck, Rebecca - 87
Behnke, Rose - 24, 33, 34, 87
Benefield, Beverly - 32, 35, 92
Benefield, Randy - 25, 36, 50, 69
Bennett, Ann - 22, 25, 32, 69
Bennett, Wilma - 31, 35, 98
Berry, Mark S 87, 112
amy, William - 62
Bice, David - 32, 35, 36, 50, 53, 92, 95
Bice, Kevin - 37, 48, 98
Bice, Miki - 9, 32, 37, 69
Billingsley, Bill - 98
Bills' Cleaners - 115
Birk, Paul - 50, 62
Blair, Beverly W 99
Board of Education - 61
Bonham, Aleta - 27, 92
Bomb, jill - 29, 87, 113
Borders, Geb - 5
Bowen, Ada - 70
Bowen, Cheryl - 70
Bowen, Delbert - 48, 53, 99
Bowen, Delberta - 29, 99
Bowen, Lana - 70
Bowen, Mona - 99
Boyd, Cheryl - 70, 84
Boyer, Donna - 26, 30, 55, 70
Bratton, Debra - 29, 92, 104
Brentlinger, Robert - 61
- 36, 42, av, 116
Brewer, Diane - 29, 99
Bright, Barry - 8, is, 22, 24, 25, so, 32, So, 70, 112
Bright, Randy - 25, 50, 86
Brinkley, Dianna - 26, 29, 86
Brinkley, Doug - 70
Briscoe, Brenda - 27, 99
Briscoe, Douglas - 39, 50, 53, 86
Briscoe, Doug E. - 32, 92
Briscoe Farm Store - 113
Briscoe, Shannon - 23, 32, 37, 57, 98, 113, 116
Brookhart, james - 42, 87
Brookhart, Tondra - 15, 35,' 98
Brooks, Melinda - 23
Brooks, Sherry - 4, 22, 23, 25, 69, 70, 104, 105, 107,
Brothers, Ronnie - 87, 104, 105
Brown, Henry - 28, 53, 87
Brown, Nancy - 27, 98
Bryan, Elsie - 111
Bryan, jan - 23, 35, 92, 95, 115, 117
Bryan, jill - 6, 22, 24, 27, 39, 57, 70, 120
Bryan, Peggy - 35, 87
Bullard, Bryan -- 28, 35, 87
Bullard, john - 40, 87
Bumgarner, Wanda - 104
Burgess, Connie - 24, 26, 70
Burgess, Dennis - 28, 86
Burgess, Rick A 45, 99
Burkett Duane - 16, 24, 25, 26, 50, 54, 7
Burnett, Tim - 29, 99
Burroughs, jeff - 48, 92
Bus Drivers - 105
Bute, Lisa - 21, 35, 37, 39, 70, 71
Butler, jerald - 23, 32, 48, 53, 99
Butler, june - 26, 70
Cadwalader, Debbie - 14, 19, 23, 26, 30, 71 109
Cadwalader, Mark H 32, 35, 37, 50, 92
Cafeteria Workers - 104
Callahan, Steven - 86
Campbell, jean - 26, 86, 111
Cannon, joe - 87
Cannon, Linda - 71, 104
Cantrell, Esther - 105
Cantrell, Rhonda 4 18, 21, 30, 32, 35, 92
Cantrell, Rita - 32, 35, 99
Carpenter, Ronald - 92
Carrell, Vance - 87
Cartnal, jeff v 22, 25, 30, 32, 36, 71, 122
Cartnal, joe - 22, 25, 30, 32, 71, 122
Cartright, Debra - 27, 87, 116
Cartright, jim - 23, 45, 48, 99, 101
Castleberry, Dale - 28, 42, 45, 92
Caudle, Pat - 99
Chaney, Terry - 24, 87, 89
Cherry, Gail - 63
Childers, Edith - 32, 35, 37, 92
Childers, Laura - 35, 37, 98
Chornak, Frank - 63
Chorus - 35
Clark, Mary - 32, 87
Clark, Nancy - 63
Clarner, Richard - 26, 71
Clarner, Ron - 32, 87
Claypool, Angela - 35, 98
Coble, Bob - 32, 37, 50, 93
Coble, David - 19, 71
Coble, Eavelyn - 35, 98
Coble, George f 86
Coble, jhan - 33, 92
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. - 118
Coil-Thomas Chevrolet-Oldsmobile - 111
Colclasure, Greg - S6
Colclasure, jon - 93
Colclasure, joni - 32, 35, 93
Colclasure, Patsy - 29, 98
Colclasure, Scott - 28, 72
Cole, Goldie - 105
Conard, Christina - 93
Conklin, Steve - 24, 32, 45,
Conley, john - 53
Conley, Richard - 50, 53, 62
Conley, Richard - 53
Connell, Karl - 98
Conner, john - 28, 93
Connerley, Carole - 4, 5, 26, 35, 86
Connerley, Robert - 37, 48, 93
Connerly, Donna - 26, 72
Connerly, Sandra - 26, 98
Cook, Bruce - 93
Cook, Darrell - 16, 21, 26, 35, 86, 116, 118
Cook, Dennis - 28, 99
Cook, Gail - 23, 32, 37, 56, 93, 108
Cook, Steven - 47, 86
Cook, Timothy - 28, 86
Cooks - 105
Cooper, Christie - 26, 72
Cooper, Gary - 28, 48, 99
Cooper, janice - 28, 72, 104
Cooper, Pamela 5 87
Cosby, janna - 3, 4, 33, 37,
Cosner, Allen - 93
Country Squire - 108
Covey, Kevin - 12, 23, 25, 29, 45, 87, 120
Cox, Brenda - 25, 26, 27, 30, 87
Cox, Nancy - 27, 93
Cox, Sandra - 26, 99
Cox, Teresa - 72
Crego, james - 33, 35, 99, 104, 105
Cross Country Team - 53
Crown, jana - 29, 35, 99
Cummins, Renee - 13, 26, 30, 87, 118
Cummins, Stuart - 99
Cunningham, Brenda W 4, 5, 87
Curtis, janice - 34, 35, 87
Curtis, Randy - 98
Dancey, Bert - 43
Daugherty, Barbara - 20, 22,
Daugherty, Brenda - 26, 86
Davis, Becky - 32, 93
Davis, Dorothy 4 32, 62
Davis, Lareta - 93
Davis, Linda - 86
Davis, Ricky - 33, 98
Davis, Shelby - 33, 98
Dawkins, Pamela - 93, 114
Dean, Diana - 27, 32, 98
Dean, Donna - 34, 86
Dean, jackie - 26, 73
Peggy - 26, 73, 116
ng, David - 28, 93
Dennis, David - 98
25, 26, 30, 72
Denton, Terri - 26, 29, 32, 35, 86
Devore, james R 98
Devore, john - 99
Devore, Patricia - 30, 86
deWeese, Athena - 93
deWeese, Marco - 48, 99
Dickey, Bruce - 45, 93
Diggs, jeanette - 13, 33, 86
Dingman, Phil - 42, 73, 120
Dow, Everett - 105
Downen, Ed 4 113
Dugger, Douglas - 37, 45, 48, 99
Duke, Angela - 98
Duke, Wayne - 20, 23, 41, 69, 72, 73, 84
Dulaney, Carole - 19, 23, 32, 92, 93
Hettiger, Frank -- 61
- 26, 27, 55, 98
Dulaney, Cleta - 104
- 35, 93
Dulaney, Marilyn - 30, 32, 35, 55, 98
Dulaney, Teresa - 35, 93
Gaither, Peggy - 35, 95
Garrett, Greg - 95
Genthe, Michael - 4, 7, 43, 50, 61, 88, 118
Genthe, Walter - 61
German, Arthur - 24, 32, 45, 48, 95
German Club - 33
Dunnigan, Karen - 32, 98
Duree, Debbie - 26, 35, 98
Duree, Don - 45, 98
Eastin, Casey - 45, 93
Eastin, Sherry - 33, 35, 99
Eck, Elaine - 87
Eckel, Patricia - 87
Eckel, Richard - 28, 99
Eckelberry, Rhesa - 87
Edmiston, Kevin - 32, 37, 93
Edmonson, Faith - 26, 30, 32, 41, 73
Eleam, Cathy - 4, 35, 37, 73,
Elliott, Robert - 29, 62
Erlenbush, Robert - 93
Erwin, Scott - 2, 73, 109
Eskew, Marsha - 15, 37, 93
Etchason, Marty - 29, 37, 53, 73
Etchison Brothers Appliance - 108
Etchison, joe - 45, 50, 93, 108
Fancher, Harmon - 86
Fatheree, Debbie - 27, 35, 93
FBLA - 29
Feagans, jay - 21, 24, 35, 93
Fellows, Pamela - 26, 35, 93
Felty, Anna - 24, 25, 30, 33, 39, 73
Ferguson, Charles - 36, 99
Ferguson, Sarah - 27, 86
FFA - 28
FHA-Hero - 26, 27
Field, Linda - 26, 29, 93
Field, Peggy - 35, 100
Field, Tom - 73, 116
First National Bank - 115
Fitch, judy - 27, 73, 117
Fitzgerald, Belinda - 26, 29, 93, 94
Fitzgerald, Rebecca - 27, 73, 104
Fitzgerald, Tanya - 27, 86
Flexter, Kenneth - 74
Flexter, Kevin - 74
Flora Daily News Record - 122
Flora IGA Foodliner - 112
Flora Lumber Co. - 122
Flora Savings and Loan - 112
Flower, Nancy - 27, 29, 86
Fopay, Kim - 27, 94
Fopay, Rick - 26, 74
Fornear, Barbara - 32, 86
Forth, jeff - 94
Forth, jody - 35, 100
Foster, Cheryl - 36
Foster, jeff - 100
Foster, judith - 25, 29, 36, 87
Four Sister's Mfg, Co. - 118
Frank's Market - 116
Freeman, Steve - 74
Gibbs, Ricky - 26, 74
Gill, Roland - 22, 63
Gill, Patricia - 29, 100
Gill, Terri - 33, 88
Gilliland, Carole - 5, 7, 8, 22. 25, 32, 36, 37, 39,
Gilliland, Mrs. Charles - 8
Givens, Bobby - 88
Givens, Margaret - 74
Glaspy, Debra. - 19, 32, 35, 101
Glaspy, Richard - 45, 50, 61, 95
Freier, Merritt - 48
Frost, Barbara - 34, 74
Frost, Ginger - 26, 87
Frost, Harold - 105
Frost, Rick - 33, 45, 94, 95
Frost, Sharyl - 33, 100
Frost, Terry - 28, 100
Fry, Mike - 24, 63
Fry, Roy - 95
FTA - 30
Fulfer, Thelma - 87
GAA - 55
Gaines, Carolyn - 88, 105
Gaines, Larry - 19, 34, 74
Golden, Loretta - 88
Goodzey, Margaret - 5,12, 22, 23, 26, 37, 39, 74, 98,
Graham, Debra - 24, 29, 56, 88
Graham, William - 45, 101
Grandon, Lana - 4, 10, 74
Green, Rosalie - 27, 35, 89
Greenwood, Bob - 116
Greenwood, Debbie - 74, 100
Greenwood, Lawrence - 105
Greenwood Motor Sales - 116
Greenwood, Thomas - 16, 89
Gregory, David - 30, 32, 45, 101
Gregory, Thresa - 33, 89
Danny - 94
Griffith, jerry - 105
Griffith, Leslie - 28, 35, 94
Griffith, Paul - 28, 35, 100
Griffith, Terri - 100
Gmbaugh, Nancy - 22, 30, 32, 33, 36, 39, 55, 58
75, 86, 119
Guinn, Donna - 32, 35, 100, 114
Guinn, Susan - 26, 75
H 8: H Family Story - 111
Hadden, john - 94, 95
Hadden, Shaun - 100
Hale, junior - 100
Hall, Douglas - 35, 45, 48, 100
Hall, Ronald - 6, 42, 88, 116
Hamilton, Bnice - 101
Hamilton, Greg - 28, 95
n, Kim - 28, 49, 95
Hanneken, Allen - 26, 29, 45, 50, 75, 109
Hanneken, Marsha - 32, 101, 102, 113
Hardy, Randy - 88
Hardy, Tommie - 88
Hargis, Becky - 32, 35, 101
Harmon, Delores - 100
Harrell, Mike - 28, 100
Harstan Staff - 39
Hart, Gerald - 95
Hart, Larry - 50, 75
Harvey, Marjorie - 4, 24, 25, 32, 35, 39, 41, 54,
Haskins, Trudy - 12, 24, 34, 35, 88
Headlee, Brenda - 26, 34, 76
Hemphill, Kye - 3, 23, 25, 32, 50, 54, 59, 76
Henderson, Brent - 32, 48, 100
Henderson, Gary - 25, 26, 45, 50, 69, 76
Henderson, Randy -- 22, 25, 32, 37, 39, 76
Dick - 21, 26, 32, 34, 35, 36, 76
Henson, Drew - 36, 95, 111
Henson, Larry - 105
Henson, Linda - 20, 24, 25, 32, 88, 109
Louise - 105
Sharon -- 27. 79. 89
Henson's Superway Market - 109
Henson, Tina - 32, 95
Hess, Donna - 26, 76
Hertiger's jewelry - 114
Hettiger, Leo - 114
Hilderbrand, Debbie - 4, 33, 100
Hilderbrand, Pam - 95
Hilderbrand, Sue - 89
Hill, Paula - 27, 94
Hilliard, Mark - 42, 45, 61, 94
Hilliard, Robert - 33, 47, 48, 94, 95
Hillyer, Dale - 33, 95, 105
Hinkle, Sheila - 27, 29, 95
Hinman, Deborah - 32, 37, 95
Hobbs Grocery - 111
Hockman, Douglas -- 95, 119
Hockman's East End Texaco - 119
Hockman, Mike - 17, 26
Hodges, Imogene - 115
Hodges, Rick - 45, 50, 95
Hodges, Thomas - 37, 89
Holland, Brad - 35, 36, 88, 119
Holland, Debbie - 23
Holland, Karen - 32, 35, 37, 57, 100,119
Holland's Flying Service - 119
Holloway, Donna - 102
Holloway, james - 17, 42, 50, 77
Holloway, joe - 94
Holman, David - 28, 101
Bert Holman Ford, Inc, - 108
Holman, jon - 23, 24, 25, 32, 50, 54, 77,
Hosselton, jeff - 23, 52, 53, 54, 88
Hough, Nancy - 88
Howe, Kathy - 12, 22, 29, 30, 32, 88
Howell Radio and TV Service - 114
Hower, john - 88
Hower's Grocery - 121
Hubbell, Mike - 94
Huey, David - 17, 77
Hughes, Nancy - 29, 101
Igert, Randy - 45. 98, 101
Igert, Richard - 88
lntemational Shoe Co. - 113
jackson, Cheryl - 27, 100
, Chris - 35, 94
jackson, Debbie - 77
jackson, Robert - 48, 100
Ronald - B9
jaco Variery Store - 116
james, Cheryl - 27, 77, 116
johns, janis -- 64
j. C. Borah Motor Sales - 116
johnson, Carol - 77, 79, 109
johnson, Donna - 27, 34, 77, 116
johnson, janet - 26, 57, 89
jones, jacqueline - 32, 37, 94, 113
jones, MaDonna - 26, 34, 77, 110
jones, Paula - 26, 100
jones, Ruth - 27, 29, 89
jones, Wade - 28, 88
junior Varsity Cheerleaders - 56
junior Varsity Football Team - 45
Kauts, Marry - 32, 88
Kelley, Connie - 35, 36, 100
Kelley, Debra - 39, 37, 94
Kelley, Ken - 4, 26, 42, 50, 77
Kerby, Marsha - 32, 35, 55, 94, 104
Kesterson, Ann - 114
Kesterson, Bob - 114
King, Debbie - 4, 27, 29, 77
King, Doug - 32, 94
King, Kenneth - 77
Kinnaman, Benny - 29, 50, 77
Kinnaman, Lora - 27, 29, 88
Kiselewski, John - 27
Kittle, Brenda - 26, 78
Kittle, Patty - 24, 29, 95
Klein, Barbara - 32, 100
Knapp, Charles - 47, 50, 88, 117
Knapp, Elizabeth - 7, 32, 35, 56, 95, 117
Knapp, Howard - 61
Knapp, Linda - 7, 37, 56, 59, 100
Knapp Oil Co, - 117
Knight, Dawn - 88
Knight, Michael - 24, 36, 78
Kohn, Annette - 33, 36, 95
Kohn, Tom - 88
Koons, Debra - 35, 89
Koons, Rose - 35, 89
Koontz Electric Service and Appliances - 121
Koontz, Terry - 23, 32, 35, 37, 55, 101, 121
Kruse, Michael - 33, 35, 36, 101, 115
Krutsinger, Anita - 32, 37, 95
Kmtsinger, Cindy - 29, 34, 36, 55
Krutsinger, Donna - 25, 30, 32, 89
Krutsinger, Doug - 28, 32, 48, 101
Kmtsinger, Larry - 28, 42, 45, 94
Krutsinger, Mary - 29, 101
Knitsinger, Richard 7 18, 53, 61, 89
Krutsinger, Ruby - 15, 94
Krutsinger, Terry - 45, 101
Lagle, Billy - 94
Lagle, Martha - 26, 35, 101
Laird, Lee - 122
Laird, Marsha - 26, 30, 32, 78, 80
Iake, Justin - 78
Lamb, Roberta - 26, 29, 78
Lane, Gary - 94
Lane, Rodger - 36, 89
Lane and Misenheimer - 120
Lane, Mark - 32, 35, 48, 1oo
Lauderback, Arthur - 4, 7, 32, 36, 42,
Lauderback, Debra - 17, 26, 78
Lawrence, Laura - 27, 94
Lawson, Jeanette - 32, 35, 37, 88
Leak, Debbie - 26, 27, 78
Leak, Marsha - 29, 78, 104
Leak, Phillip - 24, 25, 32, 33, 88, 104
Lee, Joyce - 78
Lee, Lynn - 29, 95
Lee, Craig - 28, 95
LeFever, David - 78
Letterman - 54
Lewis, Billy - 16, 28, 88
Lewis, Dean - 28, 29, 78
Lewis, Dennis - 35, 36, 48, 53, 100
Lewis, Karen - 27, 29, 95
Lewis, Sheri - 26, 35, 100
Lewis, Steve - 47, 49, 50, 78, 113
Library Club - 31
Locust Log Staff - 38
Dennis - 94
Peggy - 35, 89
Lucille's Flower and Gift Shop - 120
Lusk, Cindy - 29, 35, 101
Lydic, Edward - 36, 79
Mack, Neal - 19, 21, 32, 37, 92, 94
Mack, Sally - 27, 101
ttes - 57
Mankin, Pam - 26, 39, 79, 109
Dale Mann 6: Co. Shoe Store - 119
Martin, Dorlissa - 5
Martin, Dorothea - 27, 64
Martin, Gary - 94
Martin, Dr. Harold - 61
Martin, John - 75, 94
Martin, Regina - 33, 35, 36, 101
Martin, Suzanne - 29, 35, 101
Mason, Micky - 32, 45, 100
MSSOH, Tony - 24, 26, 50, 79, 109, 120, 128
Masters, Teri - 57, 79
Math Club - 25
Matteson, Sarah - 27, 35, 55, 100, 112
Mattis, F. E, - 24, 64
Meares, Jana - 79
Meares, Robert - 75, 94
Meares, Hank - 100
Merrihew, Dave - 32, 42, 45, 48, 50, 61, 94
Miglin, James - 47, 61, 65
Milligan, Dana - 95
Mills, Janet - 29, 35, 101
Mills, Linda - 4, 22, 39, 76, 79, 104, 107
Misenhimer, Gayla - 89
Mitchell, Allen - 36, 101
Moats, Kim - 26, 37, 89
Montaya, Patricia - 35, 95
Moore, Jeff - 95
Moore, Kevin - 28, 101
Moran, Gayle - 26, 31, 35, 101, 115
Morris, Linda - 32, 89
Mu Alpha Theta - 25
Mugrage, Brad - 32, 89
Mulvany, David - 4, 35, 36, 42, 50, 80
Mulvany, Yvonne - 27, 36, 101
Murbarger, Lynn - 25, 26, 30, 32, 35, 89
Murphy, Chris - 37, 101
Murphy, Roger - 32, 50, 80, 115
McAllister, Debra - 89
McCarty, Mark - 50
McCarthy, Stephen - 80
McCommons, Duane - 89
McCormick, Brenda - 26, 80, 104
Mcfurdy, James - 21, 24, 30, 32, 35, 89
McDaniel, Debbie - 35, 89
McDaniel, Edward - 50, 54, 89, 116
McDaniel, Glenn - 47, 49, 50, 53, 54, 80
McDaniel's Bus Service - 115
McGrew, Dan - 18, 32, 80
McGrew, Donna - 29, 101
McGrew, Elaine - 29, 88
McKnight, Curt - 52
McKinnon, Danny - 4, 9, 42, 61, 81, 122, 123
ry - 4, 19, 26, 27, 42, 43, so, 76, s
McKnight, Patti - 26, 29, 56, 88
McKnight, Jacqueline - 32, 88, 104
McMillan, Christy - 101
McMillan, Rhonda - 96
McQuiston, Christine - 64
Nash, Kathy - 27, 89
National Honor Society - 22
Neeley, Mel - 96
Neff, David - 90
Neff, Tarena - 96
- 25, 35, 35, 102
- 17, 48, 65
O'Donnell, Patrick - 102
Oestreich, Randy - 16, 27, 90
Office Girls - 104
Ogilvie, Mrs. Richard - 5
Oliver, Candice - 30, 32, 36, 96, 110
Owens, Sherrill - 21, 35, 36, 54, 96
Parish, Roger - 32, 90
Parks, Angie - 35, 103
Pa.tk's Wallpaper 84 Paint Store - 121
Parker, Jean - 102
Patton, Donna - 16, 21, 65
Paul, Charles - 18, 24, 25, 33, 81
Pauline's Floral Boutique -v 117
Payne, Diana - 91, 104
Payne, Randy - 24, 50, 81, 84
Pearce, Dean - 28, 81
Pearce, Edie - 27, 91
Pearce, Frances - 27, 103
Pearce, Shirley - 25, 28, 91
Penry, Harry - 64
Penzotti, Linda - 32, 37, 96, 122
Penzotti, Robert - 32, 37, 103, 122
Penzotti, Roger - 50, 53, 81, 122
Persinger, Becky - 35, 103
Persinger, Debbie - 91
Persinger, Karen - 27, 35, 103
Persinger, Michael W. - 91
Persinger, Steve - 23, 45, 97
, Tony - 90
Michael R. - 24, 25,
42, 44, 47, 54
Peters, Charles - 45, 50, 81
Peterson, Alan - 4, 7, 14, 23, 37, 45, 50, 90
Peterson, Lois - 60
Phillips, Becky - 36, 103
Pharr, Pamela - 90
Phillips, David - 28, 42, 45, 47, 97
Phillips, Gary - 97, 110
Phillips, Gregory - 91
Phillips, Jean - 29, 64
Phillips, Norman - 45, 96
Phillips, William - 34, 64
Pickel, A. W. - 4, 7, 25, 25, 33, 37, 39, so, 91
Pierson, Linda - 32, 35, 96
Pierson, Michael - 32, 35, 36, 102
Pierson, Rebecca - 27, 35, 91
Pifer, Netra - 27, 102
Pilcher, Becky - 27, 69, 81, 104, 114
Pilcher, Vicki - 23, 32, 36, 55,
Pittman, Michael - 30, 33, 37,
56, 95, 96
Plumlee, Denise - 32, 36, 91
Plumlee, William - 61
Poehlcr, Mike - 91
Potter, Linda ' 102
Pourchot, Pamela - 29, 35, 103
Powless, Carolyn - 27, 29, 34, 81
Prater, Karen - 96
Prater, Manuel - 91
Pritchett, Dorothy - 65
Proctor, Patricia - 32, 96
Pmett, Pam - 90
Pruitt, Gary - 45, 48, 103, 104
Pruitt, John - 105
Quackenbush, Mark - 32, 45, 97
Quill and Scroll - 39
Randall, Dan - 28, 103
Rascher, Cynthia - 21, 24, 30, 35, 36, 55 90 118
Reed, Carl - 45, 103
Reed, Dennis - 32, 97
Recd, Sandy - 52, 39, 81, 104
Riggle, Richard - 33, 55, 57, 42, 45, 47 so 92 97
Riley, Anne - 30, 65
Rinehart, James - 96
Ripperdan, Peggy - 55, 65
Robinson, Phillip - 96
Karen - 27, 32, 81
Mary Q- 29, 36, 103
Rogers, Ed - 42, 45, 47, 50, 81
Ross, Denise - 32, 36, 96
Ross, Bonnie - 96
Ross, Lonnie - 102
Ross, Rosemary - 35, 96
Roush, Kenneth - 61
Roush, Kimberly - 21, 24, 25, 37, 90
Rudy, Jeffrey - 32, 102
Rudy, Sharon - 95, 96
Karen - 33, 97
Gregory - 13, 43, 91
Rutger, Connie - 91
Sharp, Tommy - 103
S 84 E Heating and Air Conditioning - 110
Salyers, Cathy - 36, 91
Salyers, Linda - 32, 37, 102
Sailor, Harriett - 22, 65
Sailor, Nancy - 27, 34, 56, 82
Sanders, Mila - 37, 82
Sapp, Melanie - 91
Scammahorn, Ronald - 91
Schell, Dennis - 82, 109
Schlabach, Vicki - 2, 24, 33, 82
Schmidt, Dennis - 24, 29, 50, 52, 95, 97, 119
Schmidt, Ricki - 23, 24, 26, 82
Schroeder, Brent - 24, 49, 61, 97, 110
Schroeder, Robert - 15, 37, 42, 54, 61, 90, 116
Schroeder, Tyler - 4, 7, 12, 36, 39, 42, 54, 59, 61, 90,
Science Club 24
Sebring, Michael -' 91
Seelman, Greg - 103, 115
Scelman, Susan - 4, 32, 40, 53, 54, 86, 90, 91,104,121
Sefton, Janis - 3, 4, 22, 30, 32, 37, 80, 82, 104, 107
Sehie, Debbie - 27, 29, 96
Sessions, Steven - 103
Sheets, Leslie - 65
Shehom, Joy - 32, 35, 96
Sheley, Judy - 27, 36, 90
Shelton, Vickie - 27, 36, 82
Shirar, Tim - 23, 32, 45, 105
Shnim, Jeanne - 29, 35, 103
Shnim, Johnny - 34, 82
Simmons, Alan - 105
Slover, Douglas - 46, 47, 49, 50, 53, 90, 110
Smith, Dee Ann - 57, 90
Smith, Doug - 45, 96, 110
Smith, Floyd C. - 60
Smith, Galen - 105
Smith, Gary - 29, 82
Smith, Jim - 28, 82
Smith, Joseph - 102
Smith, Leo - 105
Smith, Margaret - 35, 96
Smith, Sandy - 36
Smith, Tyler - 29, 37, 60, 69, sz, 121, 123
Snell, Karen - 29, 35, 102
Snyder, Clay - 50
Snyder, Jane - 91
Sonns, Jeff - 35, 36, 96
Spanish Club - 32
Spanish Honor Society - 32
Spieth Srudio - 110
Spitzner, Jeanne - 22, 25, 32, 55, 72, 72, 82, 104
Spitzner, Kay - 25, 65
Spitzner, Lance - 24, 32, 33, 37, 50, 53, 96
Sproat, Becky - 27, 29, 97, 114
Sproat, Deborah - 27, 29, 83
Staley, Allan - 35, 91, 118
Staley, Richard - 24, 25, 83
Staley, Stephanie - 20, 33, 35, 37, 97
Stanford, Connie - 83
Stanford, Debbie - 20, 33, 36, 97, 119
Stanford, Jerry - 32, 48, 102
Stanford, Rick - 45, 47, 50, 52, 61, 97
Stanley, Dave - 91
Stanley, Larry - 109
Steele, Bob - 83
Steele, Charlotte - 27, 102
Sulsberger, Bob -- 43, 45, 50, 52,
Sulsberger, M. Helen - 36, 103, 111
Tackitt, Jim - 105
Talmant, Donald - 66
Tanner, Lynn - 32, 35, 37, 101, 103
Tanner, Pat - 20, 35, 36, 37, 72,
Tastee Freeze -- 109
Tenney, Donald - 4, 19, 42, 50, 91
Tenney, Victor - 4, 5, 103
Tennis Team - 50
Thackrey, Roger - 4, 18, 42, 50,
Thatcher, Jack - 23, 60
Thomason, Teresia - 91
Thompson, Anna - 21, 23, 32, 35,
89, 90, 91,118
Thompson, Debbie - 6, 26, 29, 80, 84
Thompson, Kathy - 75
Thompson, Mary - 103
Thompson, Mary Ann - 24, 32, 96
Thompson, Robert - 103
Thompson, Ted - 103
Thompson, Valerie - 39, 84
Thompson, Vicki - 27, 29, 91
Throgmorton-Powless Pharmacy - 117
Tibbs, Teresa - 14, 89, 90
Williams, Danny - 48, 96
Williams, David - 4, 42, 50, 61, 85, 104
Williams, Deborah - ,27, 96
Williams, Joane - 29, 103
Williams, Jo Ellen - 34, 97
Williams, Ronnie - 85
Williamson, Bob - 105
Willis, Mary - 97
Willis, Patty - 103
Willison, Mary - 35, 90
Wilson, Joyce - 37, 103
Wilson, Marilyn - 34, 35, 97
Wilson, Mike - 75
Wilson, Timothy - 27, 46, 47, 48, 54, 61, 85, 108
Winchester, Earl - 105
Winka, Julia - 4, 9, 22, 25, 32, 71, 71, 85, 86
Winka, Linda - 32, 90
Winterman, John - 28, 37, 102
WNOI Big Country Radio - 120
Wolfe, Rita - 7, 32, 35, 55, 56, 102,
Wocmd, Colleen - 85, 104
Wood, Diana - 27, 85
Stephen - 97
William - 102
Timm, Mary - 27, 35, 102
Tingley, Robert -v 40, 47, 49, 53, 66
Tolliver, John E. - 90
Tolliver, Patricia - 96
Tolliver, Richard - 102
Tot and Teen Shoppe - 114
Town Theatre - 110
Track Team - 52
Traub, Tara - 29, 35, 97
Turner, Elicia - 27, 29, 97
Turner, Chris - 90
Turner, Galen - 29, 90, 104
Uebinger, Susan - 24, 32, 37, 90
Updike, Brad - 6
Updike, Graham - 43, 66
Uphoff, Julianna - 37, 66
Varsity Basketball Squad - 47
Varsity Cheerleaders - 56
Varsity Football Team - 42
Vaughn, Jim - 108
Vaughn's Furniture Mart - 109
Venable, Mike - 37
Wahlig, Michael - 67
Walker, Cheryl - 32, 35, 102
Walker, Diane - 84
Walker, Mark - 33, 48, 53, 102
Walker, Melvin - 102
Walsh, Stephen - 28, 84
Walsh, Vickie - 27, 97
Warren, Doug - 28, 48, 97
Warren, Neal - 61
Warren Xon - 105
Wathan, Andy - 16, 28, 90
Wathan, Barbara - 27, 29, 85
Wathan, David - 91
Webb, Carla - 19, 29, 55, 92, 97
Wells, Kent - 23, 53, 42, 45, 47, 48, 54, 61, 97
Wells, Randy -. 13, 23, 24, 25, 33, 42, 54, 91
Wells, Stephanie - 33, 67
Danny - 27, 85
Welty, Reggie - 28, 102
Wheeler, Robert - 28, 67
White, Sam - 105
Steele, Deborah - 27, 102
Stine, Mary Beth - 8, 26, 65
Strange, Darrell -- 102
Strange, Jay - 18, 25, 83
Strange, Roger - 97
Stringer, Jerry - 44, 48, 67
Stuckey, Jean - 20, 35, 36, 37, 57, 83, 111
Whitehead, Bruce - 47, 49, 50, 54, 61, 85
Wiclte, Connie - 96
Wicke, Richard - 27, 85
- 24, 25, 32, 91
Wieldt, Terrance - 85
Wilke, Robert - 27, 90
Williams, Carolyn - 29, 90
Bill Wood Motors - 118
Woods, Eddie - 90
Woolever, Deborah - 102
Woolever, Gloria - 102
Woomer, Bill - 97
Woomer, Edwin - 27, 53, 90
Woomer, Myron - 45, 102
Wyatt, Steve - 20, 35, 37, 39, 91, 117
Wyman, Jo - 103
Wyman, Joyce - 6, 27, 79, 85, 116
Wyman, Peggy - 91
Yates, Richard - 97
Yates, Vergil - 103
Yauch, Ronnie - 91
Young, Terry - 103
The end result . . .
'X' on the ballot
marks poliiical maiuriig
Despite national controversy and much out-and-out opposition, young voters were enfranchised
by the 26th amendment. For better or for worse, at the present rate of registration seven million
18 to 20-year-old voters will go to the polls for the 1972 Presidential election.
Also for better or for worse, we have come to the end of the story of the first year at FTHS when
a portion of the students were legal voters. We have longed for the end of this story and have
worked hard to achieve it. It has been a project that has required much cooperation from persons
to whom we now express our gratitude. Pressing the yearis events between the pages was made
easier by the help of those persons willing and able to assist with the physical details of the book.
We are indebted to Taylor Publishing Company, Spieth Studio, Asher Blewett, yearbook
consultant, and Mrs. ,Julianna Uphoff, publications adviser.
Having walked the path before, former students Doug Mack, Bill Oliver, and jerry Stanford
pitched in to help with errands when the situation seemed just on the verge of getting out of
Finally, it would have been impossible to bring together a yearbook without YOU, the students
and faculty, who gave us the story to tell.
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