Glendale High School - Falcon Yearbook (Springfield, MO)

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'ZMJZ MMD X' THE 1ND1vlDuAL strives to learn. He experiments, he creates, he evaluates, attempting to discover His identity. Pressures and challenges exist in a school of 2,760 that mold his ideas. He is motivated to grasp the significance of his individuality and, using his initiative, n he develops unique abilities. f..-......-yup'-1'-f y Kg x V HL- AQ GQ UQOYU mmm Queue, H rvwQ6fX.Q ,JW H - R Q . ' LJ V 0 X L 4 P iw mm C5335 pq A . CPU M 1 MJOQQ 5 CONTENTS Curriculum ............. . . . 14 Student Life ...... .... 6 O The Athletes ........ . . . 76 Individuals and Clubs . . . . . . . 96 Freshmen ............ . . . 98 Sophomores ........ ..... I 10 Juniors ..... ..... l 24 Seniors ....... ......... 'I 36 Senior Summary ................ ' A156 index .................... . 164 cm Cgwmd Q he pq bww eye egfew . wmwig EPQQSQ s-vum65 ' PTR-CD 3 Q. . .,.......-1fr-s-we ...,. -.,.,g,.......,,, mn.-.-Q. -1--, fwfr- -,.. f, 1f,,a.A,., -.. in . .:.,,.-.if - ff W... l X 2 F. W E , X s 'V ' p . 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A uh, 11- -A f f, I-.n V "A 1' ' ' s. vfridlf , 1 , 4 .- kwa. , ,rr vw-fHl"""' U '!":"'f"'F"l'T5'v f w 4 '2 ' ' ' ' M' A 'A' ,J 'I A g - .K R , "' ,V-, -f f .,..,.,,A A i .yL,.x"' ' W B5519' ky xc My ww XO I Qww vw THE INDIVIDUAL N YWQ5 ON I arhlefe hasaspecialfeeling 5230! ul Toward his sporf. Oo 34,5 This feeling is accompanied QOJN by an inner drive J h that gives him self-discipline, wb I srrengrh, X003-KQQW9 courage, and U' N910 an acute desire -Q90 V3 To fulfill The pride 904,019 fr in himself. Q QOVX Q5 Q13 - N Sw 4 I sQ sei Q as -Ig Isle xfimgw vxowx Ovb mwah QQ, Ps WOM mis ham , X IWW KGQJVN OVXQ, QL EJAQ. im IMS! sn HQQMQI 55 Mae wee VM QWW Qi NCP- fnwsrfnrksfs-,Qlovgs H10 0d Qn- A , SAY an Obmk Glow ij Okfj f Ubocc I3 THE INDIVIDUAL chooses the course of study 'that meets his specific needs. He selects from a spectrum of subjects ranging from experimentation of theory to construction ot concrete products. Curriculum 1,41 K I? Qnzanq 1,5 . f '4asw,,'5 8. .-1' l , W W I Board of Education Puts learning first Responsible for the education of thousands of students, the members of the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education work many hours to make the schools more efficient and a better place to learn. This year they approved the addition of a swimming pool to the school's assets. The pool is expected to be completed by May, 1969. It will be used by all the physical education depart- ments ofthe high schools. In charge of the facilities and policies for the public school students of Springfield, these people are elected by the residents of the city. The five men and one woman of the T968-69 School Board do the best job possible to fulfill the obligations that they have to the students and the people who elected them. The Board of Education's Administrative Service Center houses the offices of the school system's administrators. it' PTS it -man! ADMINISTRI J. Graff-Sl. Elementary David Berry Director of E ' 1 - BOARD OF EDUCATION-Dr William E Everheart Mr i , ' - , s.RbnH ,M.w" -L -- ter' Graff-superintendent of schools, Mr. Franklin D' Gamble, Ai'r.eWmigrf:YCanleH illiam G. Magers vice-President, Dr. Arch Lowe, Jr.-President, Dr. Willard J. ' . F NK qi I6 fijtsg .'f9"jgf - s 1 fig' ,fy fel Wg, H 1 ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD R 1 ow Dr A M Alexander Assnstant Supermtendent for Secondary Schools Dr Joe Kuklenskl Deputy Supermtendent Dr Willard J Gfaff Svpermtendent of Schools Mrs Allce Duffenderffer Presndent ot Sprmgtneld Educatron Assocnahon Dr Roy Lrtle Ass1stantSupermtendent for ElemjnLaVY Schools ROW 2 Mr Kenneth W Kraft Drrector of Business Servlces Dr DEV' ef"Yman DIFGCTOF Of Vocatronal Techmcal School and lndustrual Education Mr Drrector of Bulldmg Servrces """U'--ndnani0Wfi""-'4"""'g fi 'if Y 211 1 1 X fd' f ff Lfuaffmfd 'WM 175444, X X presrdent Dr Wrllard J .,-41 Howard J Lowe Dnrector of Research and Federal Programs M Larry Folkms Drrector of Personnel Services Mr Joe Grant Dr Grcrtt receives outstcundmg honors Head of Sprmgtrelds educational system, Dr Wrllard J Graff Superintendent of Schools has been recogmzed and rewarded across the natlon for outstanding leadership In the educational field He has served as the president of the Mlssourl State Teachers Association, president of the 40 Club a superintendents club for twelve Mud western States, and on the Governor s conference for educatlon Dr Graff also received honors In the form of a medal from the Freedoms Foun datlon ot Valley Forge and an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Drury College Working with the Admlnlstratlve Board Dr Graff kept the machinery of the Sprmgfleld Pub llc Schools running smoothly It was the boards responslbullty to supervise buslness transactlons, Improvements, and teacher selection Center Ieff Dr Wlllard J Graff Supermtendent of Schools Left Enloymg a pleasant afternoon Dr Willard J Graff srts wnth hrs grandchnldren Ellsabeth 4 and Stephen 7 I8 gy, J K H k- Dr A M. Alexander, Superintendent of Secondary Education talks with Mrs. Opal Roberts, Glendale Dr. oe u ens I ' ' - I I . Deputy Suoefirrendenr Librarian, while his granddaughter, Cherie Alexander, listens intently to the conversation. Dr. A. M. Alexander Amman: Superintendent, Secondary Schools fl ings ,W Right, Dr. Joe Kuklenski, Deputy Sup- l ' erintendent of Springfield schools, iokes l with cafeteria workers during lunch. f., ay ,ZH ,fgip . ,,,, ff ,My aw, ,ff-' , Z7 tx, X. ' :Ni f? TQ P-. Q 5 ,,, rw. , Q, ,nm ,,. 'sl iff' l., ' , v, . N .If 5 l .1 Y .l S 5 Above. G special Th Right. Gi discusses a , H24 , ff. f ' ,, ,744 .6 .4 Above. Glendale faculty members gained advice from a talk by Dr. Joe Kuklenski at a Special Thursday afternoon meeting. Right. Giving additional information to news editor Alane Wetzel, Dr. A. M. Alexander discusses a page proof of the Quill. Supervisors cissist educcition progrcim Working in his second year as Deputy Super intendent Dr Joe Kuklenski kept busy with the many difficulties involved in directing and co-ordinating the educational programs of the school district. He assisted in the selection of staff members and supervision in the long range plan- ning ofthe educational program. Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Educa- tion, Dr. A. M. Alexander worked during the i968-69 school year to keep the areas of per- sonnel, supervision, and instruction running smoothly. Through many visits to Glendale and occasional conferences with Mr. Ford, Dr. Alexander be- came better acquainted with the students and different aspects of Glendale. Administrotors cope with school enrollment The job of coping with the problems of a school of 2,160 students belonged to Glendale's four administrators, Mr. James E. Ford, principal, Mr. Harold Deiker, assistant principal, Mrs. Dee Mahan and Mr. Russel King, administrative assist- ants, One of Mr. Ford's largest tasks was scheduling the record enrollment into classes. This problem was complicated by the fact that the faculty was also the largest in Glendale's history. Some teachers changed classrooms as often as students. Mr. Deiker, among other important duties as assistant principal, took an active part in the pro- duction of Glendale's assemblies. Mr. King and Mrs. Mahan worked individually with the boys and girls respectively. Special dis- cipline problems and cases of student illness, along with sponsoring clubs filled their day. Right. During lunchtime, Mr. Deiker and Mrs. Spencer find time to talk casually-a rarity in the day's busy schedule. Vx James E. Ford Harold Deiker l P'lf'ClPUl Assistant Principe Wa 19' ri' . ...I ,:,,...,.s-f" W x 'V Qtr, X 1 ,f f f f 0 ,fm I I I 4 1' ' ,Jw Left. Administrative Assistant, Russell King confers with Mrs. Francis Deck, secretary to gg, f Mr. Ford, as she checks the facts for him. Russell King ' ' ' ' ' " "' Administrative Assistant Dee Mahan Above. Helping classes decide on a family for their Christmas basket Adminisnome Amman, is one of the many extra projects that Mrs. Mahan sponsors. Left. Band members returning from HemisFair '68 look on as Mr. Ford anxiously opens the silver pitcher and tray he received from them. Counselors odvise inquiring students On the counseling staff, Mr. Paul Moore, Mr. Wilbur Brill, Miss Beverly Black, and Mrs. Mildred Green worked individually with each student and provided him with special attention, advice, and encouragement during his years at Glendale. Each of these four counselors remains with a single class from its first day at Glendale through its graduation. By spending four years with the one class which they sponsor, the counselors are able to form a closer relationship with each mem- ber of their classes, understanding their individual personalities, attitudes, and ambitions. Through personal conferences and the evalua- tion of tests the counselors assist students with their choices of courses, colleges, and vocations. .ati-Ri ogg:- os...- ......sq" .Hind lieu: Moore Wilbur Brill ei O C-OU se Sopltomo e Counselo Right. Below. intently pondering over school matters, Mr. Paul Moore, freshman class counselor, Sopho aids Assistant Principal Harold Deiker in making important decisions. if While conversing in the mam office Mrs Green senior counselor and Mr Jones cabinet advisor agree that everything s coming up roses for fhe Semor Class I' 2 H V V W - w"m'W fjfg' I - , , I , "H , .,,' f ., . ' e , ff fic, 5 .dk , 1 Y, I ' 3, . i A ' fra. 3 ' it ,, ' vu, .:. .V 4 - ' "ii 5' t ' at W r ,f ' hi Q f r W r . i , iq- V VY. X W V I , - i ' r im n ri I0 I I A . . . . . I i I . I l I I ' I ' . . ' . ... gg: .., ! . a I 4 .4 f R,ghr, By writing passes for the George Wallace Rally, Mr. Brill, Sophomore counselor, discovers that his iob consists of various duties. f if Wx, lf! I 1 ff yu! ,Z kd 7 Cf' ,f', f , f f ,Z f ff? f f 1 5 f f f V A ff 1 A , ,,,V ,, A ' We 17512 if. 'cf' ff 1 ici -ff ,Hi Qwffarizif 5' 2324? 'ff' 2 QZQWZT- 'f ff , 'YQ v 222 6 1 English onolyzes, exploins symbolism King Arthur, Julius Caesar, Cyrano De Bergerac, and Helen Keller all unrolled their lives for the scrutiny of the English Il classes. Along with the biographies of famous people, the English ll stu- dents studied the techniques of correct composi- tion and the usage of the English language. Act- ing out the parts of some of the plays enabled the students to identify with the characters. English l gave freshmen their first chance to analyze a novel. Through class discussion and in- dividual work they went beneath the story of a novel to find the symbolic meanings. They also studied the classic tragedy of Romeo and Juliet along with Greek, Roman, and Norwegian myth- ology. For briefer reading and a different aspect of literature, short stories were read and discussed in depth. Above. While giving an oral re ort ' M I g P in r. Brook's English C3551 LBVVY Lipscomb listens to an interesting question, Right, I ing pap illustrate Right. A difficult part of English IVL is writ- ing papers.-DeAnna Shultz and Pam Hornback illustrate their paper on English fashion, Lffkf' ,gif jg: .7 . A mi, 1 'ea 5 fi 0 -- -f as M, "E,-J X. x, ' , ,fi fx I GX if gxjh-' Ruth Cunningham English I, IVL Departmental Coordinator Rose Northcutt English I Mel Dqnoghue English ll, Ill Velma Null English Ill, IVL Karen Dukewits English l, Ill Mary Kay Meek English ll Left. Better understanding comes from ffilms. In English Miss Pyles uses them to Right. Composing a paper in English class, Mike Young consults Mr. Letterman about the correct style of writing to use. This helps the student develop his skills. ,W ,..,,-.... f 4 W ......, v mapa... The library is a body of learning within itself, but to function it requires daily Wofkefsf Such as Susan B0dEY, to organize, manage, and assist studying students, , ,iw . , . - Below. Du Pfost discu l J l l l I l 1 i I E rf' M, ,, ,ff 1 Below. During the year many problems arise for the English student. Pfost discusses such a question with one of her pupils, Ann Hornloack. After class Mrs. it 3? 2 5 i Y 1 E 2 l 5 wwf English emphasizes discussion in closs To increase students' understanding of the En- glish language, courses in literature and compo- sition were offered. English Ill classes studied the birth and growth of American literature from Emerson to Steinbeck and Dickenson to e. e. cummings. Pupils in the English Ill classes inspected and investigated the distinctive world of American literature. English IVL gave a greater insight into self-ex- pression as it pertains to English literature. Through research papers, reports, and class discussion the panorama of literature unfolded for the students in IVL. ,Composition and mechanics of the language were taught in the English IVC classes. The usual book reports became quite useful as guides to improve the students' writing, a primary function of the IVC classes. Almira Probst Carmen P les y Phyliss Schnedler English ll, ll! English Ill, IVL English ll English Minimum Grace Taylor Roberta Hukriede P'0lffief1fY English IVC Librarian Word Study Opal Roberts Librarian Left. Iris Treadway proudly displays a can of beef stew as she assists Jean Sellars in an amusing performance of their ballad in Miss Cunningham's fourth hour English IVL class. Speech, Drcimotics proctice expression Perhaps the broadest avenue to self-expression is in the field of public speaking and acting. Through the direction of the speech and dramatics departments, students of Glendale learned both the basic and the finer points of these arts. Dramatics students forged and sharpened their skills as amateur actors through constant practice in class and in the various assemblies held through- out the year. In class they participated in pan- tomimes, improvisations, and duet acts. As well as the tie-in element in the assemblies, they per- formed in the production of Annie Get Your Gun. At the end of each quarter, the speech class got to show its colors in the Neophyte tourna- ment held at each of the four Springfield public high schools. Covered in these tournaments were oratory, poetry, duet acting, and debate. The speech squad traveled to six out-of-town tourna- ments. , A 1 ,Pas 1"554?-'- sl A ' - . bdoveldihj Odd Couple provides a unique opportunity for dramatic interpretation an in iv: ual performance for dramatics students, Tom Durkin and Lonnie Bechtel glial? Pljlyg1E'lhe role of Mexicans and an lnclulflng tourist Tom Durkin Chris , an ris Scruggs entertain students during the Junior-Senior talent assembly j ,. Left. By animating his humorous interpretation, Dan Chiles entertains his speech class. Below. Organizing iuclging material, sophomores Andy Pickering and Greg Vernon k 'th ' ' Warren ,rr y .2 E C I : J, I .: gl 'x Robinett for the Glendale Invitational Speech Tournament which was held S 1, f Z f fM,,fWvwfwfo,,,y'wh f '- f L J g ,4 f 7 ' 4 Z , Z f 1 , Z 2 . Q ' yiwwff W : 3 9 Q Z Q ,fmww ' M egg I ,pm ,, 1 ,M in ff , , , f .Z af S 49 ' wor wi lumor in December. . Q, 159, , W, ,5 Ann Brunclridge Fundamentals of Speech Public Speaking Jerrie Hemingway Dramorics 25:5-f,i, Q2 31,5jj555::4f- 5-,gg-,zjj-a . A 4, mu, ,... N- ' f If," if .3 U V 151- 1 .M fn-, H f'-ww-5'f ffifff "" r 1 "JT" " ' I ,1 ,," ,,,, , V I. f ' ' 'V f mf, I f W- ,.,,' f QA VV .vyv ' f V 't ff 1 discusses newspaper layout with and feature editor Susan Thomasson, Journolists leorn ettective methods Deadlines for the Quill and Falcon statts, pre- ceded by hours of frantic work, produced 27 edi- tions ot the school paper and a 1969 yearbook. To help accomplish their jobs, three iournalism students attended summer clinics. Mike Mayhall, editor-in-chief ot the Quill, spent one week at the University ot Tennessee, Sue Weatherman, Falcon editor, studied at a two-week clinic at the University of Minnesota, and Claudia Peebles, as- sociate Falcon editor, attended the University of Kansas for a six-week clinic where she won an award tor outstanding journalistic achievement. This year the annual journalism clinic was host- ed by Springfield at Central High School to im-- prove yearbooks and newspapers in the surround- ing area. Journalism I and ll students were introduced to television and radio newswriting, new writing styles and techniques, and available jobs in iour- nalism. Quill adVlS9f, Miss Norma Malone, FFT?"-'7'W'W"T'Nf'T Quill editor-in-chief Mike Mayhall .M Norma Malone Journalism I, ll ,...w,-,- Ggii X, fs '--r -ri Above. Ar Mary McCz Journalism Left. Photc to News l virginia vv. n,1,fy4,QZ V y f f up W' -- -- -1-. ..v. . ,,..,,., xfvf f 1 ,..,, . F1072 E Above. An important part of reporting is the newsbeat. Diane Tinen, Mary McCallon, and Paula Collins learn this by writing each week in Journalism I. Left. Photographer Steve Johnson points out a publicity news release to News Bureau Editor Connie Watkins while being aided by Mrs. Virginia Woodring, city-wide iournalism coordinator. Left. With next week's deadline in mind, the page editors, adviser, and the editor-in-chief of the Quill meet to plan future stories, finding their work both humorous and absorbing. Below. Few Glendale students realize the amount of 'work and the number of hours that go into making The Falcon. Sue Weatherman, editor, and Claudia Peebles, associate editor, crop pictures in order to meet an early deadline. H r L in . 4- 34-. Qw- . 1 X ...--f-" --...--H 2-w,...,,, VAIIIAVI -A A .I ,. f ? 'Y In learning to recognize Latin spellings and pronunciation Latin Ill students Pete Lollar, Sara Clinkenbeard, and Libby Sparling play Roma which is Latin bingo. --an-uvmrr Below. The strumming guitars and costumes of the Spanish Club entertain the parents who attend open house. Language increases with art, music, films Gay Paris, the flair of Madrid, and eternal Rome set the atmosphere for learning in the foreign language department. Studying art and music of traditional France helped French students acquire knowledge of the country as well as the language. Films that tour France helped the students learn the words that will be helpful in the everyday life of France. Entire class times were devoted to speaking only Spanish in order to keep students fluent in the language. Spanish students read plays and wrote papers for drill in proper grammar usage and spell- ing. Latin classes used the games Roma and Latin to increase their understanding of Latin words and phrases. Posters were made to increase student understanding about Rome and its effect on mod- ern life. Miss Julie Hawkins and Mrs. Teresa Stokes ioined the Glendale Foreign Language Department this year. Modern ort medic: develops creotivity Learning to "see" and developing a creative expression in both new and old media were the primary purposes of the art classes this year. Photography, one of the newest art media, was taught to Art lll students by Miss Jayne Meadows in cooperation with the iournalism department. The aesthetic as well as the technical view of photography and the darkroom were explored. "The Galloway Scene" painted by Art lll stu- dents on a special field trip helped the students learn and appreciate by doing. The artistic en- deavors of the Art I and II students corresponded to their studies of art history and artists from ancient to modern times. One such proiect was Art l's love beads which added a modern twist to primitive arts. Given a free hand to create, the Applied Arts class made silver rings, hooked rugs, and carved buttons. l 1 1 !'. if-v"P'.f7 Above. Swift pencil strokes sketch the beginning of a wager color landscape at the hands of Pete Wood, Leftix Using her talent to capture the fleeting image of a Weed' an rt ll student concentrates on the art of water color, Right. As you all know, you can't hurry inspiration, or this at least seems to be the thought of Sue Templeman, Art ll student, as she begins work on another art proiect. Below. Kathy Wirt and Karen Peck intensely study the characteristics of ancient art on an Egyptian sculpture that dates back more than 3,000 years in Nile history. -. . "RTR-' 511, Ww,,n,,,.,,,W, ..,.. .K 1-fg,g,w-fa, 1. ,W lysv g Adept V, V xi' we .wxss . xii' A papier ts W to be the rt proiect. ancient art Ie history. 535535. sf: ,5:-Q5-ity'-w ii .s'-.mf 'gil A- Q, fi-312 ' 1 , .,., ?f , x - V il, 'Q N if 77:47, Ea '01, g "'E M, i N ff, ' I fi" fl' ff Wf f 4 Zggffflffff' f 'WW i -. Q ' 2 5 E 1 ? i .. , , p1 l i i i l 1 l i M .s V,-. -1 i ' -av' ' N 1'-""Q A papier-mache statue of King Tut receives final touches from students Jim Hall and ABarby Hilmes. N' S M Linda Allen Jayne Meadows Art I, ll Art I, Ill Applied Arts i as Willard Gulley Advanced Bond Code! Bond Advanced Orcheslrc Cade! Orchestra ya --Av Driver Ed., Music goin rood procfice Through practice in The driving units, sopho- mores gained experience before Testing Their classroom Training on The road. Classwork included The sTudy of The Missouri Driver's Guide and state driving laws. A firsT aid course was required and The students' eyes and reflexes were checked. One of The important accomplishments of The Music DeparTmenT This year was To Teach every music student To represent The school well, accord- ing To Mr. James Shollenberger, The new chorus Teacher. After playing aT HemisFair '68, The band re- sumed its usual duTies-playing aT games, enTer- Taining during assemblies, and holding concerts. Highlighting its activities was The half-time perform- ance aT De LaSalle in Kansas City. The spring con- cert and accompaniment of Annie Get Your Gun rounded out The orchesTra's program for The year. Left. A malfunction in Cliff Blakeley's Training unit requires cor- rection by instructor, Don Provance. Bob Lechner Lyle Middleton D i e Education D ver Ed cal on Don Provance Lowell Wade Dr er Edu of on Drive Ed cot on Left Orchestra member Christine Howe enfolds herself in her music as an expression of her inner self l t l 4 u Q Right, A5 inquiring freshmen crowd around his desk, Mr. Bayless tries to answer the questions brought up in his civics class. Below. As operation Boys of Glendale progressed, the desk of Mr. James Bresee became piled with work and memoirs of the BOG. xi' ' xv? or -5 t ,., N ffe -qfff 9 l f . ' l ,J AN r , ,..-gs, U, f .y , I N I ,,f --do VW f "1 l - .xv X' -,X t --1 'V'-Txflfi - ,VX Q , E 'df 'A Nlxdka- My I . 1 K K , I 7A M,,,'g lla! WM ' 1. ,,,gjh",0r af" eff g S. 53 lgfiiaill I .tt-vii 5 vu- 1 ' l 19, Right Three students of Miss O Brien s 4 1.1 1 ? 5 General Education class show their patriotism by displaying their work 1 119311241 ..f"!dM AS AMERlCANS WE ARE t l I A 38 '1 pl! 4' L'g'4.QA, 4 " :L 5 x Z AU?-'.,A, Mr. McKinr1 les! by usin sv ,, ,f 2 , 'fl-1, fu., 5AuJ,,L 5, fi ' ful ,gn ,4,f,yfy,,,, ,, ,, 4 , f, 5 ,F ff f 417' ff " 4 , , 1 12 A ,pf W1 U jf 1 1 f f ,A f 4 f gap Q f fw 4 f My fd, yds t , 'nfs 1 f X f ,ff auf 44 I X X , if M, 5' JZ, , ' w k vs . ,rn :- -zrywz,-fy all mm, Mr. McKinney's second hour World History class reviews facts for a test by using a panel discussion as a study technique. ,W I A A Civics emphasizes unpreludlced study Critical thinking and an oblectlve viewpoint are both important parts rn building the individual, and these things were emphasized in Glendales citizenship classes Through reading newspapers with differing opinions, students looked at all the aspects of the news Debating cultivated ideas and built the opinions of each person There were three new teachers in the Social Studies Department this year, and along with new teachers came new ideas Ideas were put into ac tion on changing the methods used in teaching in this particular field in order to make the sublects more Interesting and at the same tlrne to give the student a better perspective of the way history affects hirn With a deep study of yesterday and today the people in the social studies classes were able to draw a close association between the events in history and the happenings shown by their newspaper headlines .lm Edward Baker Citizenship Psychology Linda Coe World History American History Bill Bayless Citizenship Henry Gideon World History Manda Boykin American History American Problems Howard Hardecke Citizenship Psychology Jim Bresee World History Sociology Edgar McKinney World History American History History emphosizes democrotic methods The elective courses offered to students this year in the field of social studies gave the in- dividuals who were interested in advancing their knowledge of the social sciences a chance to do so. Two of the classes, American Heritage and American Problems, dealt with governmental prob- lems and foreign relations of the American gov- ernment. The presidential election gave students a chance to observe the democratic processes in action. For the individual to learn more about others and the actions of societies, one semester courses in psychology and sociology were offered to both iuniors and seniors. Students in the world geography classes learned the geography of the world and how it pertains to the U.S. National economic problems and theories were dealt with in economics classes. -gf "tm tts. ,!.i4zfq'y' 'I "ur ' P - Jr. w Above. Amid a crowd of students, senior, Michael Allen, re- ceives an Opportunity to think, create, and to form opinions on world situations in his American Heritage class. aaiibilgkalgi, .. HN M V 'sawmiwwmvfhmm' 5 1 'f fvtsma-.t ,X ,,,, rri, 'U 9 Above The best way to find V. . - I current events is in the newspapers. ln Citizenship, 'Wan CmWleY and M'nClY M0Sl1er look for interesting articles once a week. Gene HT! Wo I Econ Wo l Mar J. f I Left. Sharing his enthusiasm for politics, Mr. Thomas discusses a current events article in his third hour American Heritage class. Below. A problem with a World History assignment brings Judson White in for an afternoon conference with Mr. Gideon. 'i 1 :ll'T3'?"'-iifrifffif , ,. . mxxv' t' .vt itizenship, eek. Mary O'Brien General Education Jim Stever World History Economics World Geography Glenn Painter Citizenship American History Carl Thomas World History American Heritage Departmental Coordinator Sara Pearce Citizenship American History William Wetzel Citizenship American History Jack Roberts Citizenship World History Driver Education Warren Yeary World History American History , V .,, ,.,-f , ,N , . V, 1 1 , W, - , J x f f I H I , , Science encourciges individuol reseorch Science and technology are growing factors in the world today. In the 1968-69 school year, sci- ence was given the recognition and importance that it deserves. Teachers in the Glendale Science Department participated in a research proiect to develop an important improvement in their teaching method. Video and audio tapes were made in the Biology classes to analyze the interaction of the student and teacher so classroom study could be improved to better reach the individual student. This research project is funded by the NlcRel Laboratory in Kansas City and the research is conducted by the University of Missouri. All Springfield high schools participated in the re- search. Through these new methods of teaching, and the analysis of the results, it is intended that the individual student benefit by developing inde- pendent thinking and responsive action in class. The method hopes to take the stress from reten- tion of information and place it on motivated learn- ing for personal satisfaction. Below. A chemistry question is pondered by senior Eddie Cearley as he does his homework for tomorrow's class. rf, i fy f ff f 5' :rg ff if - 5941- ' , ww... '7 1, 1 fy , f 7' ,. A TQ? 7 X ff! QW if I ,,'i VW' 'Q crux? 1 flffh T Q , - ff Llffhf 'iff 'fr ' 'ff' - . ,f I A t te r re t urn: r I ' rg! , , f M-, ,r 4 ,ggy f vols- found i X f, cf' After returning from an early morning field Trip, Mr. Florez discusses snails found in pond wafer as Biology l STUd9nTS 0bS9fVe- Leff. During a field Trip, Biology l siudents observe a plot of ground to deiermme the different levels of life existing in a given area. Below. Physics I poses a problem of studying forques, a system of forces, for James Hall and Jerry Schlink, students in Mrs. Fender's first hour class. ' I 5 5 E i lrene Brunner Art Elbert Margaret Fallln Biology I Bro ogy I II E-h9mlSifY I Earih Scienc 9PUflfI'I9'1f0 J I Wllllam Hansen Coordlnolor ose F orez Physics I, ll . Bi 1 gy , Gerald Hickey Brglggy IA Biology I Biology IA June Fender Biology I Physics I Richard Rose Earrh Science , . g I M. Henley as Cynthia Huitt looks on. One cf the most infri9uir19 courses In school is maih. Brock Butler ges help rOm F e I L . 1 1 A 1.1 hal I 9,41 Lf- Y ,- T 5 ing, ..., ' y . . 5 ' xi.-AL f"seN-mu ' I , or-13...-" J H594 I r"-4 4? Gerald Bonham Malh I Algebra ll Malh Analysis Mary Lee Mires Math IA Algebra I Ruth Brueseke Malh I Algebra I Wayne Nelson Mall: I Algebra II Geometry ,1 , Muay Kenneth Clark Malh IIA Algebra Martha Robinetfe Math I Algebra I Q2 '-47 1 '.., 1-fn Mabel Giboney Algebra II Math Minimum Proficiency Geomeiry Deparlmenlal Coordinalor William Sufherlin Mallu ll Geornelry Lloyd Henley Stanley JONES Algebra I Mafh I Mafh IA Algebra I Malh Analysis Jo Ellen Woody Ronald Warrick Malh ll Malh ll Algebra ll Algebra Il Geomelry Geomelry .ez 4 , N Ywxw-Ms . A A awww A Math I Nelson, L Nelson mathematics Teacher about the application of basic mathematical concepts. A Math I student receives instruction and correction at the blackboard from Mr. Wayne I I ' f 16541, ,,Q, gag fu Ya, New Moth courses fox pupils' minds Once again the individuals at GHS struggled with new mathematics. This new mathematics taxed the brains of students and posed real problems for the parents who helped students with their homework. A student at Glendale is not limited to the number of math courses he can take. As a fresh- man he can begin with Math I, Math IA, or Al- gebra l. From there he can work his way toward Math Il, Math IIA, Geometry, Algebra II, and then more advanced courses or Math Analysis and Trigonometry. Students in some of the math courses were taught the basics of slide rules, how to fill out federal income tax forms, how to determine the cost of automobiles and consumer mathematics. Other classes utilized the textbook to the best of their advantage, and did a few proiects on their own. Above. In Algebra I a little help from across the aisle can clear up a small problem, such as a factoring example, Right. In Mrs. Spencer's general business class the students hand in their tests to be corrected. Below. A mistake on Danna Perkin's typing paper calls Mrs. Wrinkle over to point out the error to her 1? T ' .. 'Q . , -K l , L: N fr' ' i ,, Ad? G"'ff"'1 Gladys Mabary Wilda McKeen TYP'f'9 Shorthand Bookkeeping Typing Business Low Secretarial Practice Typing '. --:.,f .44-f.3g,f I, - I, 1 , 1. Billie Spencer Basic Business Practices Business Low Salesmcrnship t L E Carolyn Wrinkle Typing Business English Clerical Practice Business Ed. helps future job trciinees Executives, accountants, and stenographers of the future received training in their chosen fields this year in Business Education courses. Typing and shorthand for the secretaries were learned Through constant drill and practice. They also studied in the courses of bookkeeping and secretarial practice. Business Law held mock trials so students could see their studies in action. The students in Busi- ness Law also did papers on actual cases and de- cided the verdict for themselves. More than iust typing letters and making sten- cils, typing classes played "football" and "drew" pictures with their typewriters. By manipulating their typewriters and choosing certain symbols, the students were able to create a variety of Christ- mas pictures in Mrs. Mabary's classes. Mrs. Grif- fin introduced football games to her typing class. After dividing the class, a timed writing test was given and for every perfect paper the student's team received a point. lui. Zan 55Zw4:2:H.,' iz' .. rr ' , Above. Perfection is required of Janice Thompson, iunior, who erases a minor mistake on a sample business letter. Left. Individual instruction is used by Mrs. Gladys Mabary to emphasize the correct typing procedures to sophomore Linda Jolly, a second hour typing student. vi.. Ri hr. COE student, Carol Rishworth answers the telephone as a part of her duties 9 as a recepiionist in rhe general office of Ramey's Super Markets. Below. Sfanding over a drum sander, Joe Shirley works diligently on a proieci. 'VT x vp., rf, -L ' 473 1 "N: , ,J-+ gd l r ,, , , i if 'm,,1, , . I X ,G "l 1 fi , Q2 I Y 1 Henry Moon Cooperolive Occupational Education ,ff ,X ff ,ff if ff ,W W 47 Above. Coming in for some 'Fast work on a Home Economics sewing maflmllef DaVlCl Moffis repairs if quickly for use The next day. ,wr 1-2, 1 r-91lt'fT" ,ff""C ,,Ww,w,,,,,,,,.,,, Trainees specialize in individual skills For those students interested in gaining on-the- iob experience but also continuing their educa- tion, Cooperative Occupational Education was of- fered. Individuals learned the mechanics of a chosen line of work while maintaining regular classroom studies. To promote labor-management relations, a ban- quet was given in which COE students played host to their employers. Sheet metal, drafting equipment, wood, and small engines were utilized by industrial classes as they learned to translate designs into such things as cedar chests and tools. Safety precau- tions and basic techniques enabled students to specialize on proiects ranging from intricate draft- ing plans to toasters. Throughout the year out- standing proiects were featured in displays of the students' skills. Even if the individual chose not to advance in the industrial field, the technical knowledge ac- quired in these classes proved a valuable resource. Kenneth Barnard Ernest Belden John Zongker General Metalwork General Drafting General Woodwork Advanced Metalwork Advanced Drafting General Electricity General Woodwork General Electricity Left. A problem in geometric construction requiring careful, exact measurement challenges general drafting student, Jim Handley, as he cautiously maneuvers his compass. David W. Berryman Director Vocolional-Technical ond Industrial Education Don Simmons Assistant Director Vocational TechniCUl Gnd Industrial Education 53 -5? JOY Baker Leslie Brock Practical Nursing Pfiming Layton Clay Chester Erickson Dolo Procexsing Dfqfying Gala Gardner Tom Grim C00fdlf1UlOf Multi-occupation: Health Occupations Right, Technical drafting students, Steve Bilyeu, Q-"TV R Q .f I If Q J I I i ,xi ,r Paul Brock A- R- Cade Auio Body Woodworking Joe Fisher George Freeze Air-conditionin ond . . g Refrigeration Dolph Hargis Machine Processing Auto Mechanics Eugene Hoss Electronics Glendaleg Mike Pickens, Parkviewj Kerry Holder, Hillcrestg check the work of Hugh Ingram, Centralg with sliderules. i i 5 3 i I . I 1 9, 'S as they tune a four barrel car engine inthe auto mechanics garage h I n U G n builds student skills The Vocational Technical School presents the op- portunity for students to learn actual trade skills while in high school and receive credit for it at the same'time. Mr. Don Simmons assumed the duties of Assist- ant Director this year. Attending classes at the Vo Tech building were 85 Glendale students. A wide variety of classes were offered to the student ranging from data pro- cessing to auto body repair. Working in the field of their future careers brought the Vo Tech students valuable experience. Finding iobs for the graduates is also one of Vo Tech's roles. Through connections with various local business firms and factories, the school found iobs for students who were trained in its classes. Xf Above. Concentration on working a printing press keeps Steve Huntly busy in his vocational technical class. Left. Tuning a 1964, 300 cubic inch Oldsmobile engine are Gary Ray, Central, Randy Macomber, Parkview, Lonnie Snodgrass, Glendale, and Mike McDonald, Hillcrest. Students celebrate National FFA Week The Future Farmers ot America Club at the Vo- cational Technical school provided a national or- ganization to which students enrolled in agricul- ture could belong. The celebration of FFA Week included distribut- ing and displaying eighty posters in Springfield, publicizing National FFA Week on radio and tele- vision stations, and decorating bulletin boards in each of the tour Springfield high'schools in order to interest youth in agriculture. Under the direction ot Mr. John Kirby, the boys in agriculture studied the many new and technical aspects ot modern farming through an expanded program. Other vocations taught on a halt-day basis at the Vo Tech school were the classes in auto mainte- nance such as auto mechanics and body work. Night classes at the school are open to adults as well as high school students. 1051 'fm s.:-XXI' .,..,,. 3. f'X 1- ,fvr 'ai li'4:Ti'q US c Hr v EDF 3 s ,gg :n :ff f ' init- ,,g 5 A Jesse Hudson Television Repair, Electricity John Kirby Vocational Agriculture Bill McDaniel Auto Mechanics 1? ig 4-5. f - N 've - i L.-h 5 Bob Jessen Doto Processing Russell Lee Metal Fabrication Don Slack Electricity Virgil Johnson Welding Otis Letterman Welding T. J. White Auto Body fa-,if .li if I I f 'B 3 Q ti' 4 if It W f' 5 NX FU7 Bec Bra: Jarr Wat s. ,i . T it 1555, Ab IYXB Let Gr FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA-Row T, Mike Fesperman, Kevin Young, Donnie Muse, Ronnie Day, Bobbie Dickens, Gary Cheek, Jackie Newman, Gene Becraft, Gary Yates, Stan Oglesby. Row 2, Mr. John Kirby-adviser, Wayne Stokes-president, Boyd Holt, David Jones, Randy White, l-Yle Walkeff -l0l""l Brashears, Bruce Angel, Mike Crews, Gary Hall, Eric Luebbert. Row 3, Frank Ervin, Don Sissel-sentinel, Richard Payne, Junior Cox, Wayne Brasel-treasurer, James Anderson, Mervin Rash, Gary Coffman, Stanley Maggi, Randy Morrill. Row 4. J. R. Fleming-vice president, Mike England, Rick Davis-secretary, ,Ed- ward Hunt, John Ballard-chaplain, Tony Sevy, Mike Shaffer-reporter, Mike lngle, Rick Hampton, Andy Angel, John Hayes-parliamentarian. Verna Dickenson Secrelory Nadean Holmes Secretary Above In Orientation to Health Occupations Vo Tech students Jo Baker Hillcrest, Teresa Wealhef man Glendale and Connie Shriver Parkview study anatomy and Pl'lY5'0l09Y Left As he sands the paint off a truck in Vocational Technical Auto BodY Class Glendale semor Jerry Gray gains on the lob experience which will and him in his future career Q ff' Home Ec. acquires another classroom With increased interest in home economics and a larger enrollment of students, the Home Eco- nornics Department had to open another room and acquire another teacher for half a day. ' For their Open House proiect the girls of Home Economics ll gave a demonstration on the making of yeast bread. Togs for tots was one of the proiects for the young ladies in the Home Economics Ill clases. Each of the girls made a garment for a child they -i,'.,: knew and then received a grade when the chil- dren came to school for a fashion show. The formal dining room of the Home Economics trt ii'l ' Department hosted a Christmas tea on December 10 to give all the home economics classes a chance t.y:iyA J to show their work to mothers and friends. W Above. Amidst light conversation and laughter, these three home economics students find that even washing pots and pans can be fun as they share the normally tedious chore of cleaning up. Right. With the help of home economics teacher, Mrs. Rimmer, Susan Honhart makes the final touches on her dress. Ho E ' - . . . me conomics students work many hard hours on their sewing prolegfg In Class and out of dass each semester. 4 Va Left. Children being the most important part of the Child Care class provided by the Home Economics Department, a small visitor is entertained by Dorelen Luce, senior, with a story at a party. Below. Absorbed faces carefully observe the delicate methods used by a guest beautician in styling the hair of senior Suzy Murphy, in a Home Economics demonstration. 1' w I lim fff , f" W fggygjk GV ff ffff' X ,ff Wanda Coffman Home Economics I Child Core Family Living fi fy 910' fly My .wr Jo Ann Rimmer Clara Rummel Kafen Tvra FYSUCGS Yates Home Economics I III Home Economics I Il Home Economics Home Economics I ll Supervised Foods Home Decoration Child Care Physical Education increases program The Physical 'Education Department expanded its basic program this year to work on a more personal basis with the individual student. Golf and tennis were added to the curriculum for all iunior classes in order to develop alertness and ac- curacy in sports. Freshman and sophomore girls experimented with rhythmic ball routines and con- tinued the conventional program of Indian clubs, hoola hoops, and wands. New teachers, Mrs. Gloria Calhoun and Miss Linda Sisco varied the team sports program by adding soccer and speedball to their P.E. I and ll Classes. Mrs. Jennifer Minton ioined the teaching staff after Mrs. Doris Bush left GHS on maternity leave. To develop strength and stamina for the spring physical fitness -tests, the boys' gym classes par- ticipated in touch football, basketball, wrestling, and softball. Mr. Jerry Boyer was added tothe staff as P.E. instructor with coaching duties. gil, Jerry Boyer Nick Carras Bob Price Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education lf ll, lll l, Il, Ill l, ll, lll Health Health Health Two P.E. students demonstrate how to play box hockey, a game classes made as a Christmas proiect for needy children f ,if li ! gum 'FHWA-f ,yy X7 ,ff,,,, y Q'-miufgf, , . -ff-Av yffff,',fff+ f fyff, ,K no at .wfwff 4' ' f f fi Q ,Q,f,,2,ffftfffL?-if If iv. ff! M I f ,'f-,fiff,12zf?zf fn ' f f I nf f 1 f X Ai, qwfwgatzffphlaz from Lf : Q- , 'i1J7T Ez! 1-V rf f,,ff,:ff3v.',:,fgz ,, ' ., ,wwf ,, wfym f' f-4c?W22ff'- Uv V 2 " ,J '1N7'fn,, '. Jw 'Q eyffmfyv. 7 ,Q " ,Moy , 7 1 4 f F24 ' Zyfltxff if ' f ,V ' ' ff v 4' ff'ff'h l'HiA..L n,l,Jf Lf," i , X f ff , W L, Left. In one of the physical education classes, basketball becomes a major sport for the boys as the weather becomes too cold for tennis shoes and gym suits. Below. Dexterity and concentration are essential to Sherri Bradley as she performs a difficult mount assisted by spotter Pam Bagley. ffl 1 ff Doris Bush Gloria Calhoun Jennifer Minton linda 5'5C0 . Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education Physical Education l, ll, lll l, ll, III I, ll, Ill l, ll, Ill Health Health ' Health Health Left. Demonstrating one of their classroom exercises, Karen Johnson and Chris Soxman struggle to stage a good show for parents at Open House. Below Mrs Marlene Krebs one of Glendale's two office secretaries, says usy Q 9 .v ' ' H -SUV , 2? .sgvnaf ,Q 1 b durin her lon day at school writing various passes for students. ing one sigma , I 4, .0., ,J ff, , ! X QW ,gf - 1 wi . ,f l t ,Q1fMff! , 1 'l "',f:i'37g2.-L. ' 1. ff ' A , '42 Glendales cafeteria staff prepares to eat one ot its own nourishing lunches, which can be supplemented with soup, salad, or dessert, before starting the hour-and-a-half-long task of serving the students who form three hot lunch lines and one snack line. Working the night shift custodian Bull Pruett reflects the days activities while perform students mg one of his many dutles by washing and polishing the main office wmdows , salad, or snack line. CUSTODIANS--Row 1, Russell Cummings, Ernest Mitchell. Row 2, Victor Wilson, Basel Bryan, Bill Pruett. Non certified stoff olds orgonlzotlon Miscellaneous duties of the cooks custodians and secretaries helped to maintain the orderly and well organized activities of Glendale students and faculty Under the direction of Mrs Jo Stringer 23 cooks prepared wholesome lunches every day while the maintenance department diligently worked to keep the building ID top shape and properly functioning In the mann office, new secretaries Mrs Carolyn Brown, Miss Marti Mays, and Mrs June Nelson with Mrs Frances Deck were busy with school rec ords transcripts correspondence and Issuing grade cards Mrs Marlorle Krebs and Mrs Hazel Smith were in charge of attendance records and transportation Through the efforts of the non certified per sonnel, the necessary countless tasks performed by these people made it possible to unify school activities Carolyn Brown Frances Deck Marjorie Krebs Main Office Secretory to Mr. Ford Attendance Office Marti Mays June Nelson Hazel Smith MGff1 Office Secretary 10 Mr, Deiker Attendance Office 3 if-W!! Li -Nvbnn L ' I I . l , 2 L l C I Ii I ' I 1 I ' vxflfw I 1 I l .ulffw CW I fm AV All ff ill fix:-NIVQ A 2 z I , I me I I YMQF we Hwy I if . EAT ,Af I if I ,- PI .fmg W I WMI i I ,,,,,fv.-N I I liffgfc l l I I A . V XM I 'rl 1 wi l I I I :I wi-1fsCiNL,I"'T'f7'1f ,, 1 l I ' ami 3 I I 'if- T I l fifty-TVZFXVL ll I fl! . X 2 I Y'Wfff'31c'y0 . '!' L' 'I L . I X E60-Q,-Pf'v,VU ii' I I Yi II if is -I I K, I N. N.. O it f-J' it 'TNCVQ V 1: XT' J , Lffr-65:6 . O A J --xv-VX' lu I 60 frat? Ta Soo 5 'VD Q23- ftnf ML -, Ei-5fIDNl3W3El THE INDIVIDUAL must keep his uniqueness not only in his life of solitude, but also in his relationship with others. The essence of being yourself is then accomplished. Student Li 5 A il 7 fe ,M nyffgl 3" nf J , Q .f. " r- lf' ,, .gz,3 e 1. 1 'Z , , , iw if ,W 1 , , ,, . ,fiy 2 ' .J fd ,J 7 v 'Y ,, 7,,'f ,V"'awf 'I '17 ,jx ' '3 Y 1 t ft ,,, t W" , , -. ' 'IL 5- .p , rw-.yfri Afl, ' ' uf 11723. xf fp- - 425 , 'Q ' yj yil ' I , Q L. r fsgl , 1' A ,V -'?'a:l2w . 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W 'gk P- A-,Tug ' at fg-riff:-fx, Q ' 41515 n 1.g4ee,,5,- e a X f t ,e mf i .kg api ' In r 1 ' . Si K v E K ak X T 'M' ' 'L .ik I - saw. , : P - if f 5 ig-' .. Qf if -,. , 'T S F A X L 6 if 1, 5 'SY f I -1. , .: .g My na Q 5 R 9 pl. , F I' R l i Qin V - ff' .2 A r .J if Lf ' 1 T, dl I' , f 7 A z, ,Q VC ir... Q, Debbie Stine Falcon Festival Queen Debbie reigns over Temple of Folcons Beneath Aztec shields, wall hangings, huge golden falcons and a glittering Aztec calendar nine girls were recognized for their beauty on September 27 as Falcon Festival Royalty. Tradition was combined with original ideas to produce a Falcon Festival reflecting the spirit of the time. A T9-6 win over Joplin Memorial con- tinued the custom of a victorious football team. The band and Scotties added their talents to those of the art and social committees in pre- senting the royal court. Queen Debbie Stine then reigned over the coronation dance in the "Temple ofthe Royal Falcon." Elaine Bishop-Jones Cristi Sala Senior Attendants lr3"""l li" if Pep Squqds inspire victorious Fqlcons After attending the cheerleading clinic in Dallas, Texas, the varsity cheerleaders returned with new ideas to boost enthusiasm, ribbons, and the spirit stick. Big sisters gave a surprise Christmas party for their little sisters with red and blue decorations, Christmas cookies, and gifts. An unexpected visit .,,,,' , My ,, if by Saint Nick, Pam Hornback, brought laughter and the surprise presentation of miniature cari- catures by the sponsors, Mrs. Wanda Coffman and Mrs. Gloria Calhoun, to the members of both squads. Holding a cheerleading clinic for pep club members preceding tryouts, the varsity and iunior varsity cheerleaders taught cheers, lumps, and Stunts. The annual memories banquet was held at Leong's Tea House, March 18, honoring the sen- iors. Right. Cheerleader Claudia Peebles holds a sign made by the pep squads while varsity player Mike McNabb breaks through. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Row 1, Tracey Delp, Brenda Patterson. Row 2, Leslie Levitch, Judy Payne, Melissa Yarnell. Row 3 Mona Kay Susan Som mers. Row 4, Merrie Bellmann. Om- ,Ki H Becky Duck Pam Hall Terri Schmidt Claudia Peebles Cindy Lipscomb Nancy Jersak Marsha McCur'rain Carolyn Strawn ,far L Scottie octivities provide memories jglgf Before-school practices and endurance march- , A ing for the Christmas parade made the Glengarry Scots' schedule a busy andfatiguing one, but 9 the memories rewarding. l" Led by Maiorette Dianne Bussell, the Scotties "'i perfected football, basketball, and assembly per- " formances, and ventured to various communities, including Harrison, Arkansas, and Kansas City, to represent Glendale with spirit and enthusiasm. " Rosemary Lyon, AFS student from New Zealand, -A was made an honorary member of the corps "1 and performed in the concert and assembly given ,Ti by the band and Scotties February 27. Scottish dances and the traditional Sword Dance were fea- 1 tured at these performances. ,J The annual memories banquet given for senior 15' members and sponsor Mrs. Martha Robinette cli- maxed a busy and exciting year. Right. Unity of Scotties surpasses the competition for a part in "Annie Get Your Gun" as Pam Hornback receives a warm con- gratulation from Julie Matthews, who also tried out for the pan. 35 rr l, 5 I.. ' C',-, iv. 'JJ SCOTTIES-Row i, Phyllis Eggers iunior twirler, Dianne Bussell-ma'orette Elaine Bisho Jones-senior twirler, Row 2 Keller-assistant senior twirler, Gail Swartz-bagpipe captain, Cardl Guthrie, Janice Bapuer, Connie Everett, Ede Allee, iii? Matthews-assistant bagpipe captain, Kathy Dedmon-iunior assistant twirler, Mrs. Martha Robinette-Sponsor. Row 3, Sue King -corresponding secretary, Linda Sherer, Candy Key, Susan Napier-assistant drum captain, Terisa Flournoy-drum captain, Sherry Puterbaugh, Sammy Balden-recording secretary, Sherry Bates, Pam Bailey. Row 4, Jo Anne Burk, Sherry Bradley, Rose- mary Messick, Paula Collins-reporter, Zola Johnson, Lynne Hubbell, Brenda G. Jones, Lynnette Gott-historian, Becky Young- v--uni ,Bm 5e'9e3nf'af'3fmS, :Jeanie Spoter-treasurer. Row 5, Lao Rubert-bugle captain-assistant maiorette, Carol Pickering, Brenda S. Jones, Alynne Withers, Libby Clawson-vice president, Signe Peterson, Gwen Alexander, Pam Hornback, Brenda Bishop-Jones. t i i l 4 . il 1 if , lit I 35: ii' Q lf l 1 l i 2. r If li -- r i l l l i ,gg 'E if f -1 , ir l l , .1 li T F' 1, fa Q. i i 1. 1 Right. Clarinetist Doug Wiles focuses his attention on the director during an orchestra performance. BAND-Row l, Sharron Eddlemon-twirler, Nancy Baker, Beth Fisher, Patti Peele, Mary Foster, Cathy Shaw, Debbie Morton, Linda Maynard, Kay Parten. Row 2, Scott Rhodes-vice president, David Paulsell-drum maior, Paul Augspurge-public relations, Gary Walton, David Anderson, Dale Alday, Greg Tokarczyk, Gail Young, John Bennet, Leo Tokarczyk-president, John Jackson, Randy Wrinkle, Dennis Barklay, Wade Warren, David Dimond. Row 3 Connie Brooks l . 1 ,Q ORCI- Smith Meyer, Ma ry- secretary Sykes, Stephen ' . afm afgyfegzzgt, ff -Y pr. JH. .June 4- f .197 , ,,f,,.,,7 f Q X Z! f 7, 1 Q4 7' ff! f f ,5 7,4 ' X ,rf f fn., , ff , ilfilfi' 217 "' ff? ,W Off 1 Z '141 , 1 f N i 5 i i ,IPM 1. .WY , ,, . , ' at! arm: -V: 3, ' A . -fi , 1 1. ..' Nick Rogers-assistant quartermaster, Susie Mace-social director, Judith Angelo-drum maiorette, Linda Nielsen, Ann Graves, John Appleby, Jim Fossard- i ' treasurer, Rusty Robinson-assistant student director, Jon Rhines, Laurie Mitchell, Richard Rhea, Donald Slentz, Ronald Belvins, Bob Clifton, Stephen Britain, Roger Blevins, Greg Mertz, Ronald Landers, Chris Ormsbee, Dave Zapatka. Row 4, Pam Williams, Paula Hubbell, Mike Montgomery, Marcia Bench, Lynda Carter, Marilyn Hubbard, Mike Nevat, Randi Davis, Pam Rogers, Jay Beck, Doug McCurry, Kevin Kraft, Randy Bass, Mike Hiers, Paul Miller, Arthur Augspurger, Kelly Brown, Ricky Stover, Steve Anderson, David Hardy, Robert Kerr, Darl Cameron, Jim Craig. Row 5, Dana Randall-student director, Marilyn Asher, Lean Day, Patricia Fore, Dave Thomas, Chris Bradley, John Harrison, Tom Emberton-quartermaster, Barbara Finnell, John Giboney, Janice Bingaman, Holly Mix- twirler, Janine Austin-twirler. CADET BAND-Row 1, Ann Royal, Martha Sykes, Theresa Tomlinson, Pat Weaver, Michal Soxman, Diane Simmons, Dianne Carnes, Laura Miles, Margot Tweed, Cathy DePreste. Row 2, Jim Bouldin, Eddie White, Debbie Gunderson, Cheryl Berlin, Susan Honhart, Tom Street, Tom Ross, Ken Nelson, David Wheeler, Lindy Noe, Randall Moots, Ralph Brown, Bob Pinegar, Dianna Young, Pat Jenkins. Row 3, Weber Warren-president, Rick Zimmerman, Gayle Bacon, Anita Brown, Raymond Burger, Richard Jersak, Brock Butler, Richard Langston, Terry White, Rick Drake, Randall Nielson, Marvin Hale, Dale Hyde, Joyce Brown Dan Skill, Denn' Sh lt R d C ll- ' ' , IS c u z, an y antre treasurer, Judy Burks, Rex Hubbard, Barry Ralls, Wayne Wheeler, Steve Teller, Rick Bllyeu, Bob Thomp- son-drum maior, Steven Jennings. Row 4, Connie Satterfield-twirler, Ricky Nivens, Terri Howell, Rene Aspelmeier, Mary Mapes, James Amos, Steve Barrow, Kenny Carnahan, Keith Buterbaugh, Paul Webb, Mark Mitchell, Stanley Neff, Kathy Pemberton, Pat Mahoney, Larry Nealy, Patricia Treat, Harold Ruf, Eirik Rosendahl, Jim Handley, Greg Wait, Steve Windham, Rodney Schellack, Rodney Pennington, Leslie Hanchey-twirler. V lll' L 'fig ,,,,, gf Q5 1. ' i 4 'T i 1 ORCHESTRA-Row i, Susan Napier, Connie Chiles, Ruthie Will, James Nimmo-student director, Sally Napier, Jacque Cole-vice president, Row 2, Darwin Smith, Olen Greer, Kathy Rollings, Christine Howe, Jan Wallis, Ede Allee-librarian, Owen Cole, Beverly Heidbrink, Kathy Miles, Rhonda Henson, Beverly Meyer, David Barnes, Wendy Price. Row 3, Debbi Raines, Doris Lewis, Craig Graves, Chris Scott, Janet Lewis, Patti Garrison, Pam Christie-assistant librarian, Mary Boyd, Carl Angspurger, Scott Rhodes, Doug Wiler, Larry Stahl, Jean Hem, Joan Hern, Sherry Renick, Mariean Nealy, Cynthia Lands. Row 4. Sherry Clark- secretary, Brent Steinert, Ann Smith-treasurer, Janice Frankum, Missy Ormsbee, Cathy Cone, Barbara Weathers, Gail Christie, Mike Lewis, Steve Smith, Lu Sykes, Debbie Adams, David Anderson, Robert Cross, Rickie Bradford, Rickey Wilson, John Westermann. Row 5, Dana Randall, Mr. Willard Gulley-director, Stephen Bodanske-president, Earl Lipscomb, Richard Rhea, Darl Cameron, Jim Craig, Charlie Neff-manager. Rovf 6, Tom Emberton, Leah Day. ' Parten. Row 2, Greg Tokarczyk, Connie Brooks, ', Jim Fossard- Stephen Britain, ia Bench, Lynda hur Augspurger, lyn Asher, Lean an, Holly Mix- Margot Tweed, David Wheeler, Gayle Bacon, le Hyde, Joyce au, Bob Thomp- , Steve Barrow, :rold Ruf, Eirik ' GHS Fcilcon bond erforms in Texos The Glendale marching band was asked to per- form in San Antonio, Texas, at HemisFair '68 and in the Lion's Club Parade at Dallas, Texas, in June, J 1968. After returning to Glendale, it was back to the , routine of practice before school and marching it on the streets around Glendale in the cold, early- it morning sunlight. The practice was in preparation ' f lim? I: ' ,ww 'f'ffy ! V 94, I pf- ' 4, , I! ,, - I 'MA'- ' for playing during halftime home football games . and representing the school at various parades. The orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Wil- lard Gully, performed in the Choir-Orchestra as- sembly during the winter. The orchestra's Spring schedule included prac- ticing and playing for the Class Day assembly, Baccalaureate and Commencement services, and getting ready for the Youth Symphony Concert. Left. During the Christmas parade, Band Director Willard Gulley straightens the hat of a band member. ,Q -V... J.,-... Right. Inside the James River Power Plant, the assistant super- intendent explains the control console to GHS students, Below. Senior Eddie Cearley speaks with Council members during Model City Government Day held in February. Right. Filling packages for operation BOG is a long, firing Iob as seniors Sue Phillips and Barbara Bair discover. fig -ia K Q V A in fr-xp: Z1 if if cf Mfmgmiwwizf, ,VW-Z1-WZ--qi-ew M Mm za xxx...-.m""'M' r ,W?a"4'3'5'ovo"'..-4,4-1 0 illiii E l il X, . ,W f fa li':'sti f V 1 q,,,t.Mh -, W-www , . -.Q , ' X- X H7 r C GHS governs cityp BOO goins support Civic duty and the responsibility of being young adults prevailed in two maior proiects for the year: Operation BOG and Model City Gov- efnmeni. Learning the functions of city government through participation, student body elected offi- cials and appointed committee members worked with Springfield officials to draft new ordinances. On February 28, Model City Government Day, ordinances Were proposed to Model City Council which, if passed, were to be considered later for legislation by the Springfield City Council. In connection with the program, a local tele- vision station asked a iournalism student to write and telecast the Model City Government story. .,, , :Q W5 ma -, 1'-0 E Q 9171 F-02:4 - ' 44:2 wer z E152 'L ,"i"4ltf'i"l0fv5'Ayr-Q, 95 ,Vg I ,M P6116 ' J 'Pwr yu, 'H---..,-, 4, K f-as-we r Operation Boys of Glendale- sent 180 Christ- mas packages to U.S.A. servicemen in Vietnam, through the work and cooperation of the student body. r To raise funds and collect more articles for the twenty-pound boxes, a BOG dance was held by the Student Council in November. Below. Helping to conclude this year's Operation BOG, Jerry Brown and Suzette Keeslar stack the finished packages. ack f , f , 1, , 5, i f "bc 'f ,M 74 4, V ,ga 5 'WWE---.i,,94y 5 ' M R01 rr- 1 7l REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY-Top-Row 7, Judy Cox, Judy Tilton, Gary Grove, Becky Duck, Julie Kimball, Annette Morgan, Becky Robinson, Nancy Smith, Mason Payne. Row 2, Chris Scruggs-president, Jim Risner, Earl Lipscomb, Paul Weatherford, Ronny Reading, Scott Siman, Kent Stringer, Bob Swackhamer. Row 3, Mike Willhoit, Libby Claw- son, Karen Hockensmith, Kevin Lollar, Warren Robinett, Jim' Miller, David Hutchison, Billy Reed, Robert B. Appleby, Jeff White, Lao Rubert. Row 4, John White, Tom Montgomery, Bill Boxer, Bob Hutchison, Mark Pellham, Doug Car- son, Eddie Cearley, Jean Sellars, Dana Randall, Laura Clinkenbeard. Row 5, Stan Wilgus, Mike Mayhall, Lonnie Bech- tel, Scott Rhodes, Kevin Wyatt, Phil Buterbaugh, Steve Ellis, Bob Ebe, Bill Whitaker, Mr. Stanley Jones-sponsor. Row 6, Bob Murney, Jim Brown, Mark Miller, Steve Johnson, Tim Howell, Jerry Brown, Hugh Doak, Tom Durkin, Larry Buzbee, Gary Warren. REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY-Bottom-Row 1, Jerry Johnson, Kristy Ochsner, Janet Keller, Gail Swartz, Sherri Bradley, Marilyn Walter, Kathy Wade, Cindy Lipscomb, Sammy Balden. Row 2, Margot Tweed, Leslie Gary, Larry Lipscomb, Lynn Herndon, Mike Bishop-Jones, Becci Buckner, Nancy Ebe, Marilyn Fahl, Cherie Alexander. Row 3, Mr. Stanley Jones-sponsor, Kay Bowler, Rosemary Messick, Ede Alle, Brenda Bishop-Jones, Kay Bridger-vice president Dorelen Luce, Debbie Bellman, Barby Hilmes. Row 4, Susan Thomasson, Elaine Bishop-Jones, Pam Hornback, De- Anna Shultz, Connie Miller, Rosemary Lyon, Suzy Murphy, Becky Young, Nanette Linderer. Row 5, Sarah Randle, Janice Bussard, David House, Randy Folk, Kirk Wulff, Edie Will, Randy Reaves, Lynn Bilyeu, Doris Lewis, Becky Cook. Row 6, Mary Whitlock, Kerry Craig, Melonie Fischer, JoAnna Simovic, Carol Pickering, Terry Neil, Perri Hendrix, Melanie Watson, Tonya Beyer. W ff 13:7 " CABINET-Row 1, Lao Rubert-social commissioner, Kay Bridger-vice president and spirit commissioner, DeAnna Shultz-recording secretary, Becky Young-corresponding secretary, Elaine Bishop-Jones-hospitality chairman. Row 2, Mr. Stanley Jones-sponsor, Pam Hornback-assem- blues commissioner, Suzy Murphy-chaplain, Judy Cox-public rela- tions, Jean Sellars-art commissioner. Row 3, Chris Scruggs-president, Dana Randall-parliamentarian, Gary Warren-finance commissioner Bob Ebe-elections commissioner, Jim Brown-commissioner of building and grounds. 5 2 ma W-- .s-as... Cobinet, Assembly ignite cictivities The Student Council, comprised of Cabinet members and a representative from each home- room, had the task of being the voice of 2,160 students to the administration. Dances, assemblies, a spirit contest, a pow- derpuff basketball game, Intra-city Student Coun- cil Convention, Hall of Fame, and a mock presi- dential election were proiects planned and carried out by the Cabinet. An eye was also turned to the traffic problem on the south parking lot. The grounds commissioner, Jim Brown, and his com- mittee planned a two-lane exit that helped move the traffic after school faster. Promoting patriotism, the Student Council and Cabinet sponsored Teen Patriot Week, November ll-15, which included a Patriotic Assembly, daily announcements, and patriotic signs in the halls. Left. Freshmen and sophomore powder puffers compete for possession of the basketball while spectators watch the game. Below. During the Inauguration Assembly Mr. James Ford swears in Student Body President Chris Scruggs. 4 .,,,,, 'CK -'XXX Q , Left. Preparing to vote in Glendale's first national presidential election, students receive ballots from Bob ' Ebe, elections commissioner, and Melonie Fischer, a member of the elections committee. xii Right. Attending the Boys' and Girls' State program last , summer were Bob Ebe, Elaine Bishop-Jones, Dan Correll, Ed Cearley, Steve Bodanske and Chris Scruggs. ,ss -a Below. Displaying their intellect, National Merit Finalists Nanette Linderer, Jill Bricker, Bob Hutchison, and Angela Breese gaze in scholarly manner from the show cases. w J Above- CBSUBHY reading 9nCYClOpedias in the library, Missouri University Curators Scholarship winners, Debbie Mor- ton, Judy Wilson, Nanette Linderer, Larry Bruner, and Jill Bricker are caught browsing before school, hui Hcill of Fame tops dchievement list Elected because ot service to Glendale, King Jim Brown and Queen Jean Sellars reigned over the Hall ot Fame dance March 21. Six seniors were nominated from the upper twenty-tive per- cent of their class by the upperclassmen, fol- towed by an all-school election. Students with scholastic merit received awards for their outstanding grades and test scores. Four GHS seniors were National Merit Finalists and five received Missouri Curators Scholarships. Nanette Linderer was awarded the DAR Good Citizen award, the tirst Springfield student to receive the honor. Juniors nominated tor the National Council ot Teachers ot English writing contest were Paul Augspurger, Sue Danielson, Tim Rob- erts, and Warren Robinett. Government procedures were studied by the boys attending Boys' State and Elaine Bishop- Jones attending Girls' State and Girl's Nation in Washington, D.C. Receiving the Betty Crocker Homemaker's award was senior Sharlene Lasswell. Above. Hall of Fame finalists Gary Warren, Dianne Bussell, Pete Lollar, and Pam Hornback, gather on the lawn. Left. Hail of Fame King Jim Brown and Queer: Jean Sellars muse over the decorations for the "Blow-Up" dance. Y O THE INDIVIDUAL . is basically competitive. One way an athlete achieves satisfaction is by releasing his ability in sports. The Athletes if 9 40' K P an gd" 1,-K4 4 4 'fp VARSITY FOOTBALL-Row l, Kevin Lollar, Ronnie Sutherland, Pat Crocker, Roger Stocker, Eddie Cearly, R. C. Scanlon, Steve Price, Mike Johnson, Greg Krautsch, Kenny Pierce. Row 2, Jim Weiler, Doug Hausman, Jim Gustaveson, John Bench, Paul Bramer, Steve Bowers, Lonnie Bechtel, Jeff Davis, Jim Risner, Dennis Hendershott. Row 3, Mr. Don Provance-coach, Tom Maples, Ted Whitaker, Stan Wilgus, John White, Mike McNabb, Rocky Crouch, Brad Smith, Bill Whitaker, Owen Cole, Phil Klapp, Tom Boulden, Steve Thomas -ma nager, Bob Lechner-coach. ,-4 1- :- , ,,,, , , - -- V f.f, , , -Q 1 V ,,,,, W, ,.,,,,, , up -- . . . K , , In W I f .,,,, .. -. H . siii .,,., . , ,. W ..V'V H, ,,,,,, ,, "'-. -"" Above. Junior Kevin Lollar comes from the side to block a pass while Senior tackle Larry Moll rushes over an opponent to aid in obstructing a completion during GIendale's near victory at Fulton. VARSITY SCOREBOX GLENDALE OPPONENT 13 Poplar Bluff O 47 St. Louis Sumner 13 I9 Joplin Memorial 6 14 Fulton 13 O De La Salle 6 26 Parkview 0 7 Central O 26 Hillcrest O 37 Joplin Parkwood 7 13 Tulsa Hale 34 li l W A U 1. Z Q W, 0 " min "p':4?,X . If ff' sw-L V In 'I -' , I LQ.,,g,, A -1, f If . . A , :f11f Q Ai ' A J , 1 Q f ,f, ff , 'fr J . 'qw HM., A, ' 4, JMH1, , I - ,W Q JUNIOR-VARSITY FOOTBALL-Row l, Stan Darden, Eddie Wililamson, Greg Hlavaty, Kirk Wulff, Randy Folk, Mark Robinett, Bob Crocker, Berry Misemer, Mike Wilhoit, Steve Harbin, Raymond Lynde, Brian Correll. Row 2, Russell Garrison, Mike Habermehl, Charles Courtney, Danny Watkins, Tim Sweeney, Lynn Avery, Gary Walton, Dennis Barclay, David Coonrod, Ches- ter Pearman, Charles Hornback, Brad McCammon, Jim Cellers. Row 3, Mr. Bob Price-coach, Rick Gilzow, Steve Lurvey, Keith Smith, Terry Williams, Ron Yancey, Fred McQueary, Dan Honeycutt, Greg Love, Tom McClain, Bill Gates, Tom Tucker, Mr. Jerry Boyer-coach. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL-Row 1, Terry Thomas, Bobby Pulley, Terry Gregory, Larry Hockensmith, Doug Reed, Danny Walker, Joe Etheridge, Steve Coonrod, Kent Stringer. Row 2, Gary Powell, Scott Huning, Mark Vincel, Rodney Shellack, Jeff Ward, Charles Dou Ellis Rick Hamilton Earnie Bohner Jim Williams Row 3 Don Dougan, Gary Floyd, Mike Hollis, Robert Stans- Scott, 9 , , , - , berry, Max Meek, Harry Murrell, Bob Thompson, Mike Binder, Dan Skill, Jim Cowan, Jack Risner. Row 4, Mr. Bill Ba less- , Q Y coach, Bill Bonar, James Amos, Bill Penninger, Dan Wnnget, Ken Nelson, Jackie Pearman, Bill Fugate, Whitt Hollis, Steven More- hause, Steve Templeman. Row 5, Richard Vernon, Gail Davis, Gerry Gillenwaters, Barry Ralls, Randy Zook, Steve Singleton, Jerry Thomas, Howard McAllister, Jesse Thomas-manager, Tom Street. T 5555399 -rrl G Q T 'J he ,Q ft ' H EQ, Y' B ,Y VY? 5. 5 Vg 7 , I f 213 . 57 xr V by f ilm s y- ij, 1427, ,l X ,Q G ' .t - 3' 'ii 2' if i , 'gl 5 A " ij, l 'ITU il' E52 X l gi' ,, , 1. fzlfu. ,,,,. ., "' I wg ui ,,,. ',,,f nf ' 1- ' 1 f " 42 E ' ' f uf ' ' , ' .2 7 f" f i' "::'- , , ,V 4, , ' V"'V ,73 Q, 'Z fwsf. .vu , , ? 5,1-I, if-.I , V 5? Q, :Zim 1 ,J "J J ' J, if , 1, , w ""' if fs' tm" "U" ' W V 'vw' rf 1 ,. at ,,', 1' -.,c,,.,, , 't 2 a af . , -rf, "' 'Jn , :,' t , Q rrer Vrt, f.. as ,nz K f , ff J -J T it J, - 4 4. '. , f y! im. ' I 7 ,f 'si A 5 I .-L12 26 new ,fl K-94 trim. 'l f EMG!! Q52 5' ,4' 71, 1- all za 4 i' '7 Q vs: M 'iz at 'J M 1i" "ai W 5 1 ' A 4 ' W 3 ,iv f f -"" ' I A ' 'Q 7' - "' uf? if - ' 3 L I ' 2 .f ,, 5 V V Q., VVVV Q H W me 5 K f , " -- ' y 5 ,,,,, ii 649722 get JUNIOR VARSITY SCOREBOX GLEN DALE OPPONENT 8 Hillcrest O 25 Parkview T3 21 Joplin Parkwood 13 7 Central 6 13 Hillcrest 19 38 Mountain Grove 0 20 Parkview 19 34 Central 7 X, ' A lg' 9- ,Q ?' l- , J W, f " ,W ,,,f,a,,t, 9, Zi, ig.. .lV's tie first spot, Frosh finish 3-1-3 Glendale's Junior Varsity football team com- piled a 7-1 record for its season. Coached by Mr. Bob Price and Mr. Jerry Boyer, it tied with Hillcrest for the "B" Team Ozark Conference Championship. Hillcrest engineered the only defeat for the Junior Birds for the season, though both Park- view and Central came within one point of tieing them. Consistent carriers for the team were sopho- mores Mike Wilhoit and Randy Folk while Greg Hlavaty was the major passer with a 50 per cent record. Randy Folk. and Tom McClain were the leading receivers and Eddie Williamson, Russel Garrison and Kirk Wulff were the leading tackles. Freshman football, coached by Mr. Bill Bayless, recruited fifty-three freshmen. They had a 3-1-3 record. An interesting sidelight of the freshman games was when a failure in the lighting system delayed the game with Joplin Parkwood thirty minutes. Left. Randy Folk, tailback, eludes a tackle as defenders close the gap during one of the Falcons' Junior Varsity games. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCOREBOX GLENDALE OPPONENT 13 Parkview 21 28 Joplin Parkwood 6 31 Joplin Memorial 6 0 Hillcrest 18 13 Parkview 13 7 Central 40 28 West Plains 7 Left. Turning back for blockers, Freshman Scott Cobb 1101 looks for a hole in the line of the defending feam. VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row 7, Jim Brown, Doug Moellering, Tim Howell, Gary Grove, Mr. Jack Roberts-coach. Row 2, Kenneth Peters-Manager, Mark Miller, Mike McNabb, Jerry Brown, Steve Christiansen-Manager. Row 3, Pete Lollar, Steve Tolliver, Gary Warren, Larry Buzbee. I I U 5 ,J in 52211, f 9 K ...h....rann.A. Q 9 T --...., Above. Leaping Jim Brown and forward Pete Lollar securely guard a West Plains Zizzer as he attempts to pass the ball. Rfgltf- Jvmping above Viking Paul Claxton, Gary Warren goes for a lay-up during the regional playoff. l . 4 24 ,gf I 'E Y' l 1' l 7 l i L s r 5 i 1 i Left. Jerry Brown rebounds a basket attempt to help the Falcons ease over Hillcrest. Below. Pete Lollar springs beyond the reach of a Viking, guarded by Gary Warren, to make a basket at the Glendale-Parkview playoff for the Class L championship, .ffyfb 'iw ,sm-as ,Q tu-1 i ur Qflfljhvdkf- GHS cogers disploy tolent, enthusicism With only one conference loss in its 19-3 normal season record, the Glendale Varsity Bas- ketball Team compiled the best record in Glen- dale's six years of play. Besides its loss to Harrison, Arkansas, and Jef- ferson City,..the team dropped one conference game to Central. ln addition to their normal games, the Falcons entered the Blue and Gold Tournament at Green- wood and defeated Morrisville, Republic, Brad- leyville, and Mansfield to take first place in the Blue Division. With consistent practice and devotion to the game, the team, under the supervision of Coach Jack Roberts, also took the Ozark -Conference Championship and second in the Regionals. The main starters for the season were seniors Gary Warren, Pete Lollar, Jim Brown, and Jerry Brown. These excellent roundballers were aug- mented by iuniors Gary Grove and Larry Buzbee. VARSITY SCOREBOX Glendale ' Opponent 69 Fort Smith South 60 64 Columbia Hickman 61 73 Kansas City Westport 50 84 Lebanon 39 BLUE and GOLD TOURNAMENT 72 Morrisville 52 84 Republic 60 70 Bradleyville 40 60 'Mansfield 57 61 Parkview 51 72 Central 76 58 Harrison 67 87 West Plains 56 84 Joplin Parkwood 60 85 Joplin Memorial 32 75 Hillcrest 74 73 Central 66 68 Parkview 64 71 Joplin Parkwood 51 82 Joplin Memorial 43 66 Jefferson City Senior 64 78 Hillcrest 63 89 Rolla 56 Regionals 76 Hillcrest 52 62 Joplin Parkwood 53 48 Parkview 55 " final Blue and Gold Tournament game l A l Right. Mason Cox and John Brackley close in to defend the goal from three Parkview players during a victorious Junior Varsity game in Parkvuews gym. ""U3,q T w QgP i JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL-Row l, Scott Christiansen, Andy Pickering, Steve Lurvey, Ronny Reading, Larry Colclazier. Row 2, Mr, Ed Baker-coach, Bob Brazeale, John Brackley, Greg Hlavaty, Dale Hendershott, J. M. Bass. Row 3, Don Johnson, Lynn Thompson, Jeff Nolte, Bob Murney, Mason Cox, Mike Lea. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Row 7, Bobbie Stansberry-manager, Victor Davis, Danny King, Steve Niewald, Rick Anderson, Raymond Burger, Terry Thomas, Dennis Parker, Robert Cross-manager. Row 2, Dan Wise, Jim Davis, Greg Forrest, Rick Hamilton, Robbie Holmes, Kent Stringer, Jamie Williams, Steve Clampett. Row 3, Mr. Lyle Middleton-coach, Doug Ellis, Bruce Young, Steve Windham, Don Dougan, Ken England, Jim Williams, Doug Reed. Right. Junior Varsity's Lynn Thompson goes up for a jump shot 'from the outside in a victory over K.C. Central. ...a..u....-.S . ,...-f-...........-..-e----...,....-..- ..,..........-L-.- V ........,... .V-..-.., . . - .. .,.,- ..,... .... , Right. Junior Kenny Norton has nothing left except determination to win at the end of another mile. He is the mile run winner of the 1968 State District meet and defending conference mile-run champ. TRACK-Row 1, Max Meek, Larry Hockensmith, Bill Penninger, Danny Walker, Bob Thompson, Robert Stansberry, Dennis Jack Risner. Row 2, Shelby Stone, Kenneth Norton, Stan Wilgus, Jim Gustaveson, Steve Price, Eddie Cearley, Pete Lollar, Chris Fuldner, Mark Pellham, Bill Bayless-coach. Row 3, Don Propps, Jim Risner, Gary Walton, Kevin Wyatt, Allen Weatherly, Larry Buzbee Aderhold, Mark Cannon, Roger Beville. Row 4, Jim Handlye, Dennis Tucker, Paul Stoddard, John Melton, Larry Colclaizer, Larry Hunt, Paul Bramer, Bill Whitaker, Randy Folk, Tom McClain. Row 5, Mike Crighton-manager, Brian Correll-manager, Steve Meyer, Mike Cunningham, Earnie Bohner, Carl Cannefax, David Powell, Bob Fuller, Mike Habermehl, Jim Sellars, Steve Forehand. Pa rker, Billy, Fugate, , Philip KIBPPI David Gary W6Jf0n strains to pass the baton to ready and waiting Chris Fuldner as they Compete in a relay at one ofthe 1967-68 at JFK Stadium. ,gn 1 ' . Below. Jumping to reach a towering serve, Steve Newport, a tennis letterman, uses a powerful overhand stroke to return the ball during an after school match. av""' 0 Luffi TENNIS LETTERMEN-Steve Newport, Al Simpson, and Allen Busiek. Right. Steadily concentrating on a practice stroke after school, iunior golf team member Bill Daniels energetically swings into the follow-through for a long range drive. N .wwgv ? ff W Z W XX .X I l l i 5 l C l 1 1 l l l l l l l l 7 l l l l N xc .X Ex 2 ff 1 1 1, , 'f'!?f?f 4 4 11. fur Y . fi ,f,3,l ml.: Qi :V VV -954, V7 . f 1 ,gf Golf, Tennis Tecims compeTe in relciys AfTer a 3-l season and a Third place in Con- ference lasT year under The supervision-of The presenr coach, Bob Lechner, Glendale's golf Team was filled wiTh refurning Talenf. Bill Boxer, Lynn Thompson, Bill Evans, and Bill Daniel were among Those who reTurned To fill ouT The Team. STeve NewporT and Allen Busiek were Two of The refurning leTTermen To The Tennis Team This year. The Team was successful in compleTing anoTher ouTsTanding GHS season under The con- sTanT guidance of Coach Lyle MiddleTon. BoTh Teams compeTed wiTh all of The in-ciTy schools and parTicipaTed in The various Tourna- menTs and relays. Among These were The Ozark Conference meefs aT both Springfield and Joplin and The SouThwesT Missouri STaTe College Relays. Left. Tennis player Allen Busiek practices daily after school To improve his backhand, his form, and his refurns. -.uv GOLF LETTERMEN David MooTs Bill Daniels Lynn Thompson, Bill Evans, Bill Boxer. EXHIBITION Glendale Opponents 30 Hillcrest 25 VARSITY 15 Miami 31 Glendale Opponents 29 Joplin Parkwood I8 48 Hillcrest 5 24 Parkview I9 I6 Miami 27 26 Joplin Memorial I6 25 Ruskin 21 39 A Hillcrest I3 23 Lee Summit 29 28 Central I8 32 Joplin Parkwood 21 22 Jefferson City Jays 26 VARSITY TOURNAMENT 30 ' Jefferson City Helias I5 First SMS Invitational 30 'I Parkview I6 Second Conference 41' Joplin Memorial II First DISTVICT 37 Hillcrest I3 Seventh Regional 17 Central 22 Seventeenth STGTS Above. After a swift turn- over, Paul Stoddard at- tempts to pin his opponent in a varsity wrestling meet. VARSITY WRESTLING-Row I, Bill Fugate, Curt Hanawalt, Allan Johnson, Rick Gilzow, Russell Garrison, Bill Reed, Stewart Johnson, Don O'Hara, John Langham, Jim Seaton, John Bennett, Richard Rhea, Chris Lakin, David Hutchinson. Row 2, Tom Wingo, Mike DeRuyter, Bob Fuller, Mike McKinney, Frank Langham, Eddie Gately, Charles Eckert, Ed Wilson, David McPherson, Russ Johnson, Dale Alday, Tom Tucker, Mr. Bob Price-coach. Row 3, Mark Bates, Jerry Sanders, Ted Whitaker, Dan Honeycutt, Stan Darden, Larry Moll, Larry Hunt, Brian Correll, Ralph Cox, Dan Crane, Larry Edgar, Paul Stoddard, Charles Neff, Mr. Jerry Boyer-coach. Q Q, ww , :f,'.4-w,'u,f-,- f ' 9' , vw, ,gg I - fx' 951,-ff, Q, , .,,, ,,,,.!, f 1,25 V1 , Q12 W1 .,f,f'f" , fu iff , af 'ff f , A gg , , Q ,W ' -qw ...f,, W., 1-f,,1n,f"mf.,. , , W M., My v . I mdff 2 f 3' ' mv 'W wff12,pf,.Wf , I , , , 1 ,.,,., I Agp, f wg '-w-M..,,,,,, Girls' Intramurals, Baseball face foes ' Glendale's baseball Team once again prepared itself for all comers this ,spring setting a tough standard for All-Conference competition. ,Under The direction of Coaches Don Provance and Jack Roberts, The Team was built by such returning lettermen as Pete Lollar, Gary Warren, Ronnie Sutherland, and Mike Garrison. There were a total of fourteen games played this sea- son. Girls' Intramurals at Glendale Took on a new light in their' 1968-69 school year. Girls were given an opportunity to participate in such ac- tivities as basketball and volleyball. Miss Linda Sisco, The girls' intramurals director for Glendale, helped the girls as they competed in both intra-school and city-wide activities. Right. In an attempt to block a lay-up shot, Sue Phillips reaches above the head of Diane Philbin in girls' intramurals. Right. Pitcher Eddie Pyatt thrusts an accurate ball to First Baseman Joe Warren in an attempt to put out the runner during a 1968 game. wwf, 0. ' Above. Trying for a basket, Sandy Burd, Pam Bagley, and Gayle Watson display skill in girls' intramurals. Right. Fielding a ground ball, Kevin Lollar displays agility and form needed in competitive baseball games. ff' ,- ---f...,-,Wm .vis ss M? f.. -W f ' ' grep .sf Q he . ' .Q .s - . S' r .--xxky. K. ,Q if A ..s. ,fi awk MF' 92 M Q ., s. ,a .A Q ., sf t.., ,X - 1-9 X ' T ,. Nw. 0 x 'L , I I ' ,f,4:ZZ'Mh lnkywff ,4 ,, ? 'N , F' f 1 - ' ,jaZ,4Ag- , 4 v 4 mi 9 ' sv' of 'lf- r xy pg, 'fm lf! n .nr l ,..,r , 12, uv. 5-4 mil nu l. 116' .1r--f-'- Boys' Intramurals nd third season Boys' intramurals at Glendale under the direc- tion of Mr. Gerald Hickey, also all-city intramurals director, finished its third active season this year. With the hopes of cultivating the talents of all interested students, the program included as many diverse athletic categories as feasible. Competition was arranged in such areas as free-throw shooting, golf, soccer, table tennis, volleyball, swimming, cross-country, basketball, and bowling. 'Several sports were expanded because of the intense interest displayed by the participating students. Besides the obvious physical benefits derived from being in the program, coordination and skills were developed. 5 s. - Above. Volleyball, one stimulating boys' intramural sport, provides an opportunity for extracurricular physical fitness. Right. Demonstrating his skill with a bowling ball, Leo Tokarczyk throws a sure strike in after-school bowling intramurals. Ural play. ll-WX WMM., Suk. as . A .' f Left. Returning the ball with a resounding ping, Doug Long strives to take first place in the intramural table tennis championship during an after-school match. Below. With freshman and sophomore homerooms competing and iunior and senior homerooms competing, boys' intramurals are hosted before and after school. WN xsxxvmtv? 'V fUf".:' ' - .1:f-'4t-- Q c,.,,- r ,, ogg' wg 'x ' THE INDIVIDUAL oufshines any club that can be organized. But clubs confribufe fo The molding of an individual so fhe two are enfwined To benefit one another. Individuols And Clubs ,Va I N .Q ,, 5 IW. , 'U ' i' 35' if 7 , al .0 vbf A ss' I at "O -1s.Q los gp 97 John Acker Joan Adams James Amos Rick Anderson Valerie Anderson Debbie Apostol Susie Appelquist Gwen Arbeitman Jill'Artz Dennis Ashcraft Martha Askew Rene Aspelmeier Larry Atkins Bob Aton Cindy Alon Lloyd Babcock Gayle Bacon Mike Bagwell Mike Bailey Karen Baker Lay Baker Rebecca Baker Allen Balden Marlin Barcomb Elaine Barker Kinny Barker David Barnes Stephen Barnhouse Steve Barrow Bill Bates Ricky Beasley Judy Bell Cheryl Berlin Mary 'Beth Berryman Mike Bescher Dale Beveridge Tonya Beyer Cynthia Bilyeu Pat Bilyeu Rick Bilyeu Mike Binder Mike Bishop-Jones Eornie Bohner Bill Bonar Robbie Bone Jane Boone Jim Bouldin Pat Bowers Le ' .,......., ,.,..,--..........--.-P... , ..', its T S9 6' , ' .if'?f5'-f13'E1 -ff? sie J. 5'?7'P J ,zegfefi 'I' 1 If if w -- ii' - :fi ' ., 1 L A 1 , If 4 -.gg Aff! ,4 ,, .- ff ' aft'-, -. 4X4 If I Q ,. . 1. i - 3 r- i is s. ,Q . ,- -s , 2 1 f ' ff ss 1 ' if ' re X V A . 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V of " ' A Q-T rm, :,' I aw I cr 'i i ' A ' fi' 1 -ein' f - xgf "--fr- f " Q Q, - es' Cx , wi: A :zz 2,37 .Z IJ, A .- A 5 iff g "' e l in ff! 311 3. fx W T K 5 ' 5 ix' is .e f . X., ,b 4 ' FT: 2 ' .JCI 4' Q , f 'za 44 1-j -Y 1, Freshman Pep Club members sometimes don their "grubs" to prepare original routines for cheerleader tryouts before a panel of iudges. Freshmen shore in school orgon zotions Discovering a new identity among 2160 stu- dents is the first problem facing the freshmen when they enter the world of Glendale. As the year progressed, the wonder and newness of high school disappeared and the freshmen began to participate in the activities open to them, Entertaining the class of 1972, Student Council and the cheerleaders presented the freshman mix- er with the theme "Reach Out in the Darkness." Supporting the athletes, the Pep Club was pri- marily composed of freshmen. Band and sports, as well as a variety of clubs inspired interest and enthusiasm from the fresh- men making them an integral part of Glendale. Left. Two freshmen, among 350 others, get acquainted at the Freshman Mixer dance, sponsored by the Student Council. at 2 lla A 1 n . " tl' ' ' 1 Q3 .' I . f jiffivlfi is 7' Q " f .- ' af . . 25,1 I ,' ' .gil 3 W, , :Vg :gray , i2fQ1'.1i: -22.15 , ,L ' 3 Q " ,- f .41 ' it ' if Q 'l " X 1 ' ' 2259 .1 - - .sf ' cl " ' ' -' 'ffm T":f,,0"n'QQ ' if if eff Q' 1'u"1f't "5 - V' mf . V s"' li-'a:,-F ,, 4 191' 1 t 'ff ff JZ?-., 111'-rs, --s W , 1: "av, 4 'Fog ' A in 74. . ffitif, -vv.f"' 'nr'4n.1 'u ser ' ' ""r21ff1'L' ""::g :sf-J i .. . ',t'f,g., ' iz: ,....f"w., ff g 'i"".'. .4-u::7 14415 Q, ,J ffl I: -V n, U ivan.: fp ,g 'ft . M. r-1 -wen., 1 :lar , M '- - ' :tr-we ': - "tw - . . 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Freshman officers Melanie Watson, secretary, Larry Lipscomb, vice-pres: dent, and Lynn Herndon, president, are announced at the Freshman Mixer in September. 99 X ' i l 'I lt 1 l i l l . l 1 i l l l l l ll l l l r l i it Sharon Creek Charles Crinnian Stan Cracker Robert Cross Jimmy Crumply Gelia Culbertson Ronnie Cummins Terry Cunningham Donald Cutler Chuck Dando Nancy Danielsen Cheryl Davidson Larry Davidson Vicki Davidson Dexter Davis Gail Davis Jim Davis Sharon Davis Victor Davis Mark Dawson Dianna Day Robert Dean Harriet Deane Rebecca Deaton Chris DeBord Jim Dedmon Mike Deiker Paula Dennison Cathy DePreste Ruth Dickens Randy Dietz Sheryl Doucey Don Dougan Cheri Drake Ricky Drake Debbie Drummond Cheryl Duck Marilyn Dyche Dixie Dykrnan Barbara Eby Christy Eggers Bill Eidson Doug Ellis Donald Ellison Pam Ellwood Steve Ellwood Joe Endicott Joyce Endicott Kenneth England LuAnn England Tim Erb Jim Erickson David Erwin .loe Etheridge Dan Ettinger Cindy Eubanks Nancy Evans Martha Exline Greg Fels Susan Ferraro Allen Fielder Paul Fields Rex Finley Judy Fischer Marla Fishel Susan Fleak Mary Flemming Gary Floyd Steve Forehand Gregg Forrest Terry Fortner Rick Franchett Debbie Francis Scot Franson Karen French Billy Fugate Michael Fuller Lucinda Galipeau Rochelle Garner Brenda Garrison Patti Garrison Sherry Garrison Charles Gately Vicki George Cheryl Geren James Geringer Rick Gilleland Gerry Gillenwaters Greg Gilmer Debbie Graham Joretta Graven Doug Graves Susan Graves Terr Gre or Katlily Grgliny Debbie Gunderson Carla Guster Jimmie Hade Vicki Haney Jim Handley Delilah Handley Leslie Hanchey Terri Hampton Rick Hamilton Gary Hall Linda Hall Janet Hall Johnn Hall Y Marvin Hale Debbie Harbert Vonna Harper David Harris John Harris Randy Hawkins Susan Hay Vickie Hayes Kerry Haynes Thelma Hayter Melanie Heatherly David Hellmer .......-... .. ,.1.......,E..,......--..,......-..v.....,-.- ..............-,- - -- - ,us A' 0 'f' 5 ' Zn rp J ' if 1 5 511 i . , J K 1 'Q t -' it ' fyy J 'H it AM J J . 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'Q , I 1 .Q'5Nj.51.Q U, ' ' frsfffgglwi. 1fJ2ff,t1 zblkvi-L-1 , L 1' 22 if r My 4 , , " X f ' ii." 1 2 y , l 1' ii? 'l f 1 'sw Q s". fe gy J -.5 5 I 7-,. 4'-?':'f. ii ,,, J, ,J .f F 545221 SING-OUT Kathy Wai Row 2, Ra Wendy Pri Rosemary Deaton, Pi Patty John Jane Gami Aspelmeier Metzger, Campbell, Ailshie, Ci Linda Hal ship, Jane SING-OUT Virginia N Tomlinson. Kristy Deh mann. Ro' Barbara E Roberts, T Anita Broil Spicer, L Stephanie Sharp, Sa Kinney, St Mills, Na NVeaver, N- 'iv eff sg jruffr fit 6 , QM ,, Qilfilifk 1 sf ,Miz 4 19- .., r -. u 4 4 fe. , I , f , -i, 3 Lk 12? Sing-Out instills pride in students Singing ot freedom, patriotism, and moral-re- armament, Sing-Out, under the direction of Mr. James Shollenberger, became an active facet at Glendale's school lite. Participating in the Winter Concert along with the Choir and Madrigal, and entertaining the stu- dent body at the Inaugural Assembly helped boost spirit and loyalty, among the members and au- diences. By traveling to Sunshine, Alice Pittman, and South Kickapoo in Springfield and Lebanon, Mis- souri, Sing-Out strived to spread enthusiasm to farther places than Glendale. Leh- Conlflbwlftg many hours of practice, Missy Ormsbee and Irene Freeman work hard to make Sing-Out a success. 4 1 I l , 1 , ,Q i ' if Ki V- A Q iff 154 Aff! " C' '6 1 ... . . 352, s54, -, SING-OUT-Top-Row l, Joe Brown, Ginger Owen, Benny Weatherford, Jodi Reeter, Paul Weatherford, Kathy Wade-president, Mark Griot, Connie Satterfield, Bob Breazeale, Margaret Wilcox, Doyal Bryant. Raw 2, Robin Still, Nancy Mayhall, Mary Jo Jenkins, Sharon Campbell, Mike Solomon, Irene Freeman, Wendy Price, O. R. Leslie, Toni Reichardt, Linda Sieckmann, Brenda Loucks. Row 3, Linda Poindexter, Rosemary Patterson, Terry Nell, Marilyn Ottati, Christy Eggers, Susan Huntly, Debbie Paul, Rebecca Deaton, Peggy Stahl, Lenore Guyette, Chuck Pratti. Row 4, Mary Flemming, Vivian Lane, Bruce Brown, Patty Johnson, Kathy Massey, Lynn Bilyeu, Jim Risner, Edie Will, Vicki Ellingsworth, Pat Forsythe, Jane Gammon, Mr. James Shollenberger-sponsor. Row 5, Kathy Kelly, Karen Kizman, Pam Smith, Rene Aspelmeier, Ruthie Will, Carol Phillips, Judy Westfall, David Mullicon, Susan Graves, Joycelyn Metzger, Suan Ferraro-secretary, Randy Reaves-vice-president. Row 6: Marlin Barcomb, Carol Campbell, Susan Munhollon, Debbie Myers, Cindy Wolfe, Vicki Davidson, Harriet Deane, Jackie Ailshie, Cathy Roberts, Martha Downer, Tyson Harris, Paul Wilson. Row 7, Ricky Carr, Larry McGuire, Linda Hall, John Davidson, Karen Hull, Vivian Crowley, David Askew, Debbie Parten, Diane Blanken- Sltip, Jane Leverenz, Janice Westfall, Linda Hunt, Connie Wolfe. SING-OUT-Bottom-Row l, Kathy Hicklin, Karen French, Debby Uhlis, .lane Boone, Allen Fielder, Virginia Miller, Sharon Davis, Patti Garrison, Stevia Keller, Cynthia Bilyeu, Linda Church, Theresa Tomlinson. Row 2, Mike Highfill, Barbara Smith, Paula Dennison, Stephen Barnhouse, Cathy Coon, KYiSty Dehsner, Judy Fischer, Theresa Hunnell, Paula Zuck,,Mike Rarrick, Ann Hornback, John Wester- mann. Row 3, Jill Mays, Mark Rapp, Elane Wheat, Karen Reid, Mike Bishop-Jones, Teresa White, Barbara Eby, Carol Turner, Sandie Flippo, Kathy Rollings, Cindy Knott, Dianne Carnes. Row 4, Cindy Roberts, Terrie Ann Clapton, Sandy Philpott, Paula French, Judy Flood, Sharon Jones, Terry Watson, Anita Brown, Dale Hyde, Donna Meyer, Nellie Owen, Carol Leisenring. Row 5, Peggy Killian, Mary Ellen SPJCCY, Lorne Tweed, Karen Bauer Rexanna lpock, Kathleen Griffen, Sally Hermann, Mari Selle, Stephanie Scillian, Linda Tote, Mr. James Shollenberger-sponsor. Row 6, Beverly Heidbrink, Peggy Shura, Sandy Chadwick, Mary Mapes, Robert Crass, Melanie Heatherly.4 Gwen Arbeitman, Cheryl Mc- Kinney, Stephanie Hoffman, Mary Wheeler, Jan O'Connell, Pat Palmer. Row 7, Rives Boykin, Patricia Mills, Nancy Revis, Sandra Richards, Becky Pratte, Chris DeBard, Marilyn McKee, Cookie Bright, Pat Weaver, Margot Tweed, Donna Pardee, Dona Nunn. Sing-Our members run through the motions to the song "Up With People" at a typical Wednesday morning practice. ,,.f..- as Eric Helwig Perri Hendrix g 'r . 3, Lynn Herndon . X ' ' v Sharon Herndon ' '53 ' 111 xl G :" Z Vw' Jim Herre H , YV- ff: ' ' , :af legal, .I Mel Herren - 4 ' V ' 'x 2 c. JN" I Danny Hicks Q K, ,h 1 bvyrx Maia Highfill r , 137' Richard Highfill 1 H .4 .9 A . ,f cindy Higley g wwe , ns 1.-1, 5 5, 5-Li Borby Hilmes i3Qf"'f ., " ' 5' -c I. ' f, Randy Hines ityxi' gf . , lx ' ' " 'I' gg' Larry Hockensmith U 'K -f ' 'V ' 'Z ,JAX V -. , 'V Susan Hodges if i "l,,g. .,., - if , ' , 'i ' y ' 'Y 4 ,7 Q:- 'fi3,,g,, " L7 I T Mike Hollis , I wrrnr Hollis my , .- ,, f fr ig Robbie Holmes V . ,H-,145 . N Susan Honhart " .-3' ' f is 1 Fhiiip Hood NLP lg' 7'-" ' 5:5 ' EW' ,' r ff i M, T P ,fi Ch ' i' H e f f ,Q-ff Terri Howell f . " Rex Hubbard , -Q In .I I A .Q -, J I, 1 Stuart Huddlestcn I, - Kg! 5 I . J Bruce Huffhines :-- 4 A' - Q 5. ,t.'.-9 Cynthia Huitt 'QJ7 'QV 25 'Y " , ' Cindy Hungerford Q f ' I . 'ff ' if " .35 - , " 3-i 3 ' ig:- Scott Hurting , I V. :ff L f 3 h 4 Theresa Hunnel " in 1 . Glenda Hunt - A -I i. N Linda Hunt 'av W 7' "'tE:'3"' S31 W 1 Q 31' I, Susan Huntley g ' " David Hutchinson A " Q .- 3 I M" 'Wg' U ' 7,5 Dole Hyde "4:k,.,, , V is Greg Iifrig ,W ' K "7 . 25224-,qgff-.'f 'St S .1 " 1 . ,,, -a, 'i'sf. , . ., - 9 i if Q ..., A 13" -5-'-,., A Z!7"J -yi r ,Q : ,.'-'y fwjpjga irc ,,,, IQ, V , is Mike lngle Rexanna lpock V wg : Jim Jackson ' ' Mike Jehle W, , fi MarY Jo Jenkins ' " 'J , " Pat Jenkins Q QE Debbie Jennings 3? C U , , L. Steven Jennings 'W V ii - , -' V! i ,,, Q1 .V , Debbie JGHSOH . 'ff' ,,, , ' , . rv , ' ,.,-if , 5 if Debby Jernigan by rega l ,, 55 ,2337 is A, . L 3, L 353, ,EQ Richard Jersak I 1, '- Wqig, yr, Diane Johnson " "" ,J ,' . A "5 :, -, I 'I' ,,V, V ' ' ff, Jerry Johnson ,, ,V-gg jf?ii'. X , 'Ili' ' 3:j."7':V: "Gme'iC' Johnson ,T , T , s.,, A, M , T. i LETTERMAN'S CLUB-Row 1, Mark Pellham-vice president, Roger Stocker-president, Pat Crocker, Kevin Lollar, Russell Garrison, Doug Wulft, Eddie Cearley. Row 2, Steve Thomas, Steve Price, Larry Moll, Tom Bouldin, Mike McKinney, Frank Langham, Steve Ellis. Row 3, Mike Johnson, Steve Chris- tiansen, Paul Bramer, Ted Whitaker, Brad Smith, Bill Whitaker, Rocky Crouch. Row 4, Mr. Bill Bayless-sponsor, Stan Wilgus, Mark Miller, Jim Brown, Bill Evans, Tim Howell, Allen Weatherly, Chris Fuldner. Row 5, Mike McNabb, Tom Durkin, Doug Moellering, Gary Warren, Jerry Brown, Steve Tolliver, Doug Hausmann. Right. Attempting to out-maneuver guards Sue Phillips and Carole Myers, GAA basketball player Diane Philbin searches an opening in the defense during morning practice tor Sports Day. l S i l w""""'-w.. ..,Q 'ww-1-.gn GAA, Lettermen promote cithletics Geared for the sports-minded students, the Girl's Athletic Association and Lettermen's Club offered varied activities. Sponsored by GAA, a Junior High Sports Day was held at Glendale in order for the girls to get acquainted. A Christmas get-together was held at the home of Nancy Jordan for GAA mem- bers. Former GAA members returned from college and iobs in the Spring for Alumni Day at Glen- dale to attend a reunion party for all the GAA members. Boys who excelled in sports found a common bond with the members of Letterman's Club. An All-Sports Banquet was held at the end of the year honoring these lettermen, instead of the traditional football, basketball and spring sports banquets. Left. Letfermen Brad Smith and Bill Whitaker are introduced by Coach Bob Lechner at the football assembly. J 'ttitii,- fb! i A . "'r ,f' s'.' ' 5 ices f i iiii ffli I ' LJ ' '-ll..n46fi4 X, .,f1. . ,, - 5 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION-Row 1, Karen Woody, Janice Bingaman, Ann Graves, Lee Sykes, Diane Tucker, -4 Theresa Hunnell, Brenda Hubbard, Anita Bryan, Julie Roberts. Row 2, Pam Bagley, Pam Waggoner, Susan Everett, I ,,,..,,,,,,,,,, Paula Hubbell, Nellie Owen, Debbie Plaster, Debbie Bellman, Carole Myers-secretary, Diane Philbin-president. , V i c, ' MMG' Row 3, Nancy Baker, Beth Fisher, Pam Christie, Sue Revis, Sherry Kramer, Marta Cohen, Melanie Herren, Cheryl if I4 J Q Berlin, Linda Simkins. Row 4, Kathy Dougan, Cheryl Davidson, Linda WBYFGH, -lOAf1"1 STGQHBVI JGHST Ri99f TSVVY CQ' Neil, Gayle Watson, Karen Henderson. Row 5, Carene Anderson, Jo Ellen Shuler, Janice Frankum, Irene Freeman, Si'-u Nancy Jordan, Connie Brooks-treasurer, Debbie McDavis, Sue Phillips-vice-president, Jean Sellars. M ,f Walt Johnston Gary Jones Lowell Jones Stan Kauffman David Keesee Stevia Keller Kathy Kelly Joy Kettner Lori Key Pamela Keen Bill Killian Julie Kimball Danny King Joe Kiser Steven Kuenz Karan Ki'man Jesse Knight Cindy Knott Mike Kruse Chris Lakin Vivian Lane John Langham Dennis Langston Doug Langston Richard Langston Doris Lewis Karl Lipscomb Larry Lipscomb Dennis Livingston Mary Beth Lorenz Brenda Loucks Natalie Lowther Lynn Luckfield Mark Luebbert Kathy Mace Jeff Maddy Pat Mahoney Blaine Mann Jeff Mallian Boyd Manning Connie Manning Mary Mapes John Maple Pom Marlin Dan Marsh Peggy Marsh Peggy Marshall Debbie May Susan Maynard Jill Mays Kitty McClernon Howard McCall1ster Reta McCann Craig McCord Terry McCullough Bart McCoy Joyce McDonald Marilyn McKee Terry McKenzie Clarence McReynolds Max Meek Sandy Melton Renee Meredith Judy Merriman Joycelyn Metzger Steve Meyer s e , krfg: k QV.. VV ,I -3, .., -I Zyl I, 11 1 . 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If I ram Mitchell Jil . rg,-,Q gg .,v' J ii ,Q xv" V feb., M ' f 14, Y 1 A95 my FUTURE HC Skiffington, Reid, Patti Dyckman, K Debbie MC Brenda Do Honhart, T Caviness, C Wageman, -sponsor, Connie Chi Rimmer-sg: Sue King, son, Cindy Judy Colax mons, Marlr FUTURE H Westfall, I Julie Fleal Jo Shaw, Jill Artz, 1 Rumple, B Mary Huls Hubbell, P Susie App Melonie Fi bell, Donn Margaret ' Davidson Williams, Howell Ba Sanders ti Left: Mrs. Far left. David Jai 5 Pg? 3 3, PY' A T 9 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-Top-Row 7, Karen French, Debby Uhlis, Susan Skiffington, Gayle Bacon, Jill Mays, Sally Scanlon, Nancy Ebe, Lanie Pickney, Karen Reid, Patti Garrison. Row 2, Mrs. Wanda Coffman-sponsor, Nancy Stever, Dixie Dyckman, Cheryl Geren, Vicki George, Terrie Ann Clopton, Helen Grant, Celia Salveter, Debbie Morris, Terri Hampton, Patricia Smith. Row 3, Carol Leisenring, Kathy Wade, Brenda Dobbins, Pam Ellwood, Terry Watson, Deborah Dowell, Ann Chastain, Susan Honhart, Thelma Hayter, Paula Zuck, Ann Stiegemeyer. Row 4, Joyce Brown, Karen Caviness, Cheryl Roebke, Margot Tweed, Jean Hern, Joan Hern, Mary Wheeler, Gere Wageman, Marty Henslee-secretary, Tricia Wilcox, Linda Sharp. Row 5, Mrs. Karen Tyra -sponsor, Marcia Bench, Debbie Vaughn, Cindy Roberts, Debra Francis, Bicky Tyler, Connie Chiles, Carolyn Gillespie, Cynthia Martin, Cindy Rogers, Mari Selle, Mrs. Jo Ann Rimmer-sponsor. Row 6, Sharon Shain, Debbie Padgett, Joan Adams, Nancy Horton, Sue King, Jan Newton, Vicki Rumfelt, Janet Trapp, Debbie Drummond, Gelia Culbert- son, Cindy Wolfe, Sheryl King. Row 7, Karen Johnson, Claudine Tatum, Reta McCann, Judy Colaw, Nancy Evans, Becky Cook, Debbie Jennings, Lynn Luckfield, Diane Sim- mons, Marla Fishel, Kathy James, Karen Bussell. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-Bottom-Row l, Linda Hunt, Pam Smith, Judy Westfall, Susan Graves, Virginia Fetters, Judy Flippin, Beth Stafford, Terry Stafford, Julie Fleak, Marla Rhea. Row 2, Mrs. Clara Rummel-sponsor, Jan Berry, Ellen King, Jo Shaw, Cynthia Reavis, Patricia Treat, Martha Sykes, Mary Jo Jenkins, Elaine Barker, Jill Artz, Carol Campbell. Row 3, Lee Tykes, Debbie Adams, Barbara Teague, Debbie Rumple, Becky Robinson, Debbie Paul, Barbara Phillips, Karen Wood, Marilyn Hubbell, Mary Hulsey, Mrs. Frances Yates-sponsor. Row 4, Gail Sanders, Patty Johnson, Lynne Hubbell, Pam Christie, Cherrie Culbertson, Cathy Roscoe, Gail Christie, Barbara Weathers, Susie Appelquist, Kathy Kelley, Judith Angelo. Row 5, Carol Pickering, Cindy Davis, Melonie Fischer, Pam Temple, Pam Gilmer, Elaine Spindler, Marsha Faught, Gwen Camp- bell, Donna Huff, Gwen Alexander, Mary Crump. Row 6, Leslie Long, Beverly Meyer, Margaret Wilcox, Sarah Randle-chaplain, Christopher Soxman, Roberta Gottas, Cheryl Davidson, Vicki Ellingsworth, Kathy Webb, Gaylen Burch, Vivian Lane. Row 7, Pam Williams, Barbara Hazell, Janet Rigg-vice-presdent, Jill Looney, Donita Ellison, ,Terri Howell, Barbara Brooks, Janice Westfall, Karen Hull, Connie Watkins-president, Jeanne Sanders-treasurer, Terry Neil. ,'rLiT....a Av 3 ,I - .x , ' T Left: Mrs. Hocklander explains make-up techniques on Cathy Webb Of FHA- Far left. Members of the Future Homemakers of America receive a leCtUfe from M'- David James, Springfield City Council member, concerning citiZef1Sl'tlP- Bqnquets, crowning complete FHA Week An active schedule of contests, teas, meetings, and fun made the year a rewarding and enlight- ening one for the members of Future Homemak- ers of America. FHA Week, March 23-28, brought a flurry of activity. A bake contest was held for those en- rolled in home economics and FHA members. Ribbons were awarded to winners in three di- visions-pies, cookies, and cakes. A tea for Glen- dale teachers and a city-wide banquet for mem- bers of all Springfield FHA clubs filled out the week's program. The presentation of roses ceremony was held at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet, Feb- ruary 13, where each girl honored her mother with a rose. A formal dinner party marked the crowning of FHA Christmas queen, Janice Westfall, who was attended by Phyllis Eggers and Gwen Alex- ander. Meetings included a variety of entertainment including fashion shows, a cosmetics demonstra- tion, and speakers. Above. FHA Queen Janice Westfall and Mike Garrison, her escort, await dinner at the GHS annual FHA Banquet. Jim Moomaw Randall Moots Steven Morehouse Jerry Morrow Mindy Mosher Teresa Morton David Mullican Harry Murrell Debbie Myers Stan Myers Larry Nealy Stanley Neff Becky Neill Kenneih Nelson Jackie Newman Janice Newton Randall Nielsen Kathy Nieman Steve Niewald Ricky Nivens Valinda Noe Bob Nothum Kristy Ochsner Janis O'Connell Stan Oglesby Terri O'Hara Melissa Ormsbee Nellie Owen Mark Owens Max Owensby Patty Owings .Pat Palmer Dennis Parker Joe Parks Laurel Paschall Barry Patrick Rosemary Patterson Mike' Patton Debbie Paul John Payne Jackie Pearman Mellissia Pemberton Bill Penninger Rodney Pennington Barbara Phillips Louise Periman Carol Phillips Sandy Philpott Lanie Pickney Merril Picotte Alan Pierce Jan Pierce Phil Pierce Sandy Pierson Janice Pilkinton Bob Pinegar David Pitts Louise Pitts Robert Plaster Lindo Poindexter Jerry Ponder Gary Powell Becky Pratte Bob Price Bobby Pulley Barry Ralls Kirk Randle Mark Rapp Rolin Rapp Tim Ravan Cynthia Reavis Doug Reed Gary Reed Phyllis Reed Karen Reid Sally Reid Sherry Renick Carol Renner Nancy Revis Sandra Richards Gladys Richardson Rick Richardson Jack Risner Jeanne Risner Becky Ritterhouse Barry Roberts Jackie Roberts Cheryl Roebke Kathy 'Rollings Verna Rolufs Geargann Roscoe Eirik Rosendahl Tom Ross Judy Roth Ann Royal Harald Ruf Vicki Rumfelt Debbie Rust Celia Salveter Jay Sand Cynthia Sanders Connie Satterfield Peter Schatz Rodney Schellack Cathie Schreiber Raymond Schroder Dennis Schultz Gary Schwartz Charles Scott Jan Seaton Sandra See Susan Selph Ronnie Shadwick Peggy Sharp Joe Shirley Scott Siman Linda Simkins Diane Simmons Mark Sims Steve Singleton 'tv J .. . 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' 'ciihll' 3 "J"" 3 ii'-37:2 Z J--jAg5!- A 'J I : J I 1 'JJJ dlix glf- 4 x 5 J P J J - J- J J 752' fem .J J' J J ...Q J ' - Z .2 5 9 SQ- 520 F F 5" T2 4 2 5 ' " 'SM' if F--if V J' J J' Y'f:" fJ he J are i 'P 1 4. J JJ tax my J 't" 'S " J. " Jliitgi, . X J J. J .KJ :li J .X mv k X Eiytiafuf J o I , V If 1 Ji' , . J . V 1 4 . .Q J J Hs .. 9 ' f " 4. - J J V . 'K Til' J lm J'FJJlJJqL. -JJ J WN 'J 'J 'W ' J JJJJ 'li 1 ' " ' J JJ JJ J 1 r.J:fJ'5-3E : Jw' J I " JJ P J , J ' t ri A .J-' g ,f While Council sugc XFJ 5 an we J.J 1,1 X " 9:-. SAFETY C Debbie Tc Huff, Cin: Suzefte KJ Sarah Bar Siplinger, Row 5, Se Honeycutt 4 54 , 1 'L S .-. a 51- ,' lx -s 5 , X1 ' O A lx X . -L 9 'V' l J ' w . 1 i l A l I fa U, , , . ,ajkl 0 l H, X l While. discussing thelcoming "Soul Man" announcements at a monthly Safety Council meeting, President Karen Hockensmith comments on a'memb , er's funny suggestion. Safety check lone tests for hcazcircls Springfield policemen checked cars for faulty brakes and lights and other potential driving hazards at the safety check lane sponsored by Safety Council. Any student wishing his car to be checked was allowed to participate in the- proiect. To further emphasize the theme of safe driv- ing, a Traffic Safety Week was observed, using "Soul Man" announcements and posters to com- municate the importance of driving defensively. Three Safety Council members traveled to the Missouri Youth Traffic Convention in Jefferson City November 19, learning new techniques of safety education. SAFETY COUNCIL-Row i, Sherrie Culbertson, Peggy Killian, Lea Anne Walker, Nancy Marler, Richard Jersak, Danny King, Sallv Scanlon, Kathy Flanagan, Debbie Tolliver, Rick Nutt, Dale Beveridge, Jim Herre, Patti Peele. Row 2, Mr. Kenneth Clark-Sponsor, Cathy Chapman, Marla Fishel, Vickie Sexton, Donna Huff, Cindy Lofshult, Stephanie Hoffman, Perri Hendrix, Lanie Pickney, Cindy Casey, Kay Chapman, Penny Payne, Carol Phillips, Debbie Apostol. Row 3, Suzette Keeslar, Donna Knox, Karen Lewis, Teresa Sparkman, Susan Simpson, Debby Smith, Linda Winters, Debbie Southard, Linda Freeman-vice president, Sarah Bare, Cathy Rogers, Rosemary Messick-secretary, Paula Collins. Row 4, Randy Horton, Randy Hawkins, Brady Young, Raymond Schroder, David Siplinger, John Eells, Debbie Durham, Susan Masters, Barbara Hazell, Jirn Craig, Jim Dillard, Larry Edgar, Karen Hockensmith-president, Kathy Carnahan, Row 5, Sam Montgomery, Scott Huning, Rodney Schellack, Jim Bouldin, Keith Day, Tim Howell, Larry Moll, Dennis Scott, Mark Schmidt, Steve Snead, Dan Honeycutt, Jim O'Neal, AI Journagan, Mike Garrison. L l l t Shirley Sisco Susan Skiffington Dan Skill Dee Smith Don Smith Gary Smith Pam Smith Randy Smith Steve Smith Teresa Smith Linda Smotherman Mike Solomon Debbie Southard Michal Soxman Julie Spencer John Sphar Joe Spies Angela Stanley Robert Stansberry Connie Steinert Nancy Stever Norman Stewart Ann Stiegemeyer Robin Still Mark Stone Tom Street Kent Stringer Kelly Sullivan Jeannie Sullivan Tom Swackhamer Martha Sykes Linda Tate Claudine Tatum Steve Teller Steve Templeman Jerry Thomas Jesse Thomas Terry Thomas VBob Thompson Mark Thompson Carol Thomson Ginger Thornburg Edward Thornton Paul Tinsley Theresa Tomlinson Sara Toombs Janet Trapp Patricia Treat Jan Trotter Kelly Trotter Diane Tucker Steve Turk Carol Turner Tim Turner Margot Tweed Debby Uhlis Nancy Underwood Lee Ann VanSomeren Michael Vernon Richard Vernon Cathi Vienhage Mark Vincel Linda Virdon Kathy Waggoner Greg Wait Cathie Walker Danny Wallace Terry Wallace Jeff Ward Elyse Warren Linda Warren Weber Warren Melanie Watson Terry Watson Kay Watterly Bernard Watts Doug Waugh Paul Weatherford Barbara Weathers Patricia Weaver Paul Webb Mary Webster John Westerman Judy Westfall Elane Wheat David Wheeler Wayne Wheeler Eddie White Mark White Teresa White Terry White Ronnie Whitworth Steve Wiggs Sherryl Willhoit Tam Wilhoit Scott Wilkerson Ruth Will Jamie Williams Jim Williams John Williams Terry Wilson Steve Windham Dan Winget Jerry Winters Bob Wise Dan Wise Cindy Wolfe Bobby Wood Terry Wright Linda Wylie Brenda Wynes Brady Young Bruce Young Dianna Young Jerie Young Rickey Young Pete Zerr Rick Zimmerman Randy Zook Paula Zuck , -fV,,, 1 ,in A ' , Vi ' " '1'V iT VM V' -M V VV V VVVVVV V A .V i V i V in je .Ti V ff F i 1 f :H 4 "Q: - ' . 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VV fVMmgi.Qrjf Vw., Vwgiz VI' 5 ,V X Vs. l V c........,,TT . f - I f' 'f' if si i PEP CLUB Stevia Ki Underwof Susan Sel Row 3, Phyllis Ri Kay Goo Philpott, Kristy On Barbara l Butcher, Francis, l Cynthia McClerno Deaton, . PEP CLUV Joretta G Sally Rei: Roth, Ca' man, Me Davidson Marlin, F' Vienhage ROW 5, ' quist, M Row 6, Bowers, Ormsbee, Susan G1 Andersor i i 'E l .r ri 3 5 -. J iV t F l - ii PEP CLUB-Top-Row l Jane Boone Debby Uhlis Susan Skiffington Cindy Eubanks Stevia Keller Therese Tomlinson Carol Turner Jan Pierce Jan Seaton Nancy Underwood. Row 2 Pat Palmer Debra Colangelo Theresa Hunnell Diane Tucker Susan Selph Sandra Richards Gayle Bacon Jill Mays Diane Johnson Cheryl Geren. Row 3 Karen Reid Vicki George Kathleen Griffin Sandra See Cyndy Higley Phyllis Reed Debbie Jenson Jan Trotter Linda Smotherman Martha Exline Mrs. Kay Gooch-sponsor. Row 4 Mrs. Wanda Coffman-sponsor Lanie Pickney Sandy Philpott Brenda Wynes Glenda Hunt Cynthia Bilyeu Susan Honhart Judy Fischer Kristy Ochsner Terri OHara. Row 5 Ginger Thornbrug Cindy Casey Becky Neill Barbara Eby Becky Pratte Kathy Waggoner Thelma Hayter Cindy Aton Karla Butcher Debbie Southard. Row 6 Marilyn McKee Becky Rittershouse Debra Francis Rexanna Ipock Peggy Clawson Kay Vinyard Nancy Evans Becky Cook Cynthia Huitt Elaine Wheat Mrs. Karen Tyra-sponsor. Row 7 Shirley Sisco Kitty McClernon Chris DeBord Deanna Chastain Ann Stiegemeyer Patricia Treat Rebecca V .ji fu Deaton Joycelyn Metzger Jan OConnell Kay Watterly. PEP CLUB-Bottom-Row l Cheryl Roebke Denise Champagne Debbie Jennings Joretta Graven Sharon Herndon Suzanne Burton Joyce McDonald Judy Merriman Sally Reid Cheri Drake. Row 2 Sharon Creek Christine Howe Sandy Pierson Judy Roth Cathie Schreiber man Melanie Watson. Davidson Gail Christie Marlin Row 4 Kathy Vienhage Jerie Young Sara Toombs Perri Hendrix Terry Wright Mary Beth Berry- Row 3 Kay Hannon Debi Niswander Donna Knox Cheryl Diane Brunner Teresa Smith Linda Hunt Kay Chapman Pam Mace Sandy Chadwick Cathie Walker Barby Hilmes Cathi Karen Baker Jimmie Hade Le Ann VanSomeren Marla Fishel. Row 5 Diane Simmons Linda Warren Lynn Luckfield Mindy Mosher Susie Appl- quist Mary Fleming L'nda Virdon Cynthia Avis Cheryl Duck Natalie Lowther Row 6 Janice Bussard Cindy Hunqerford Kathy Colclazier Linda Wylie Vicky Bowers Tonya Beyer Cynthia Sanders Cindy Cottier Rene Aspelmeier Missy Ormsbee Kathy Rollings. Row 7 Linda Simkins Carol Cantwell Carol Phillips Susan Graves Marilyn Dyche Vicki Davidson Debbie Meyers Linda Hall Valarie Anderson Vivian Crowley Terri Howell. Pep Club broodens i support of sports Emphasizing the importance of backing the team, the Pep Club, under the direction of Mrs. Kay Gooch extended its support of football and basketball A games to wrestling and spring sports. ' By painting signs, attending pep rallies and games, the club helped Glendale obtain the much sought-after school spirit. 1 Operating on the point system again this year, girls accumulating the highest number of points in the football and basketball seasons were recog- nized by the club and awarded charms. A campaign to enlist new members, including upperclassmen and boys, not only enlarged mem- bership but generated enthusiasm and pride in . the school. -Q ' I I 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 'ff' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , -ur 1 ' ' ' X 1 1 1 1 , , 1 F 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 V I I I I I I l l 1 1 1 1 l i 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 ' 1 I 3 1 1 1 I S l I 1 1 1 l Q1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 'Ft 4 ' 1- Bs 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,N i l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 jf , , . , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 fp 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 I -1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 -us 1 1 1 1 1 ? 1 1 1 I 1 l l Y W1 A' rl 'D 1 4 lx 1,2131 AX' .1 , -. x , 1.. M 1 Above. A look of awe is on the face of Natalie Lowther as she views a roundball finding its way to the goal. Left. Pep Club members ward off a cold night at a football game. IO9 I Debbie Adams David Aderhold Jackie Ailshie LeAnn Albaugh Cherie Alexander Bob Allen Carene Anderson ' V Dave Anderson ' ' -' gm 5 Steve Anderson . Lf. .-w , . Steve Andress f , ve' A, Kenny Anhalt -I I ' ,fy ' ,A , Joe Arington A P' f Q M Karen Arnall 4 Marilyn Asher : Stephen Askew V- -we . Bob Atkins 'F . - ' ' Joe Aton Debbie Baker eg . ' ' 'YI Rick Baker ' g, 1.54 4-.' . f Dwight Ball ' 5 . K 1 19 Lynn Avery 'ca' ' Hr-N 'ig Dennis Barclay Connie Barnard Terry Barnard - J. M. Bass oe- 1.6 Randy Bass Q X Pat Batey 4.4 J 1 Jay Beck ' ' 0 Merrie Bellmann Marcia Bench John Bennett Lesli Benson . Jim Biggs - Annette Bilyeu M.. ,, , -4 V Gwen Bilyeu 7' QM? - Cliff Blakeney - ' Diane Blankenship ,, ' - .QX.,i .7 . ew, 1. .J Dean Blevins ' " - '- N' , L. , f ,, f ,. , Q , A . , in 1, , . ,.,, - ,...:.y. Roger Blevins f Q iff Y f,,l.l.:,.:,, Ron Blevins Mark Bloemker Craig Boettcher Carol Bogart ' V -.. .. ,G az. , Julia Boring ew V r' William Bossing ' ,Q , Kay Bowler , Beckie Boyd 4 Doug Boone ,, .- A I ., . , 5 5 2 ,. Le, tirl, . T, 3 B Mary Boyd ' Susan Boyd f , Rickie Bradford . I' , ofvane Bradley A ., , fp - Beverly Bramer 1 Kent Brashears 'K ' YQ ,r f if -' Scott Bray " ' ' -V Bob Breazeale if Sherrie Breese Darrell Brewer Beth Bricker J Greg Bridger 2 Q Chris Bradley v me Y J Q 1 Steve Britain W Q '-:g-V 2-31 b ' F' 1 'T' Jody Britton fm 1 1 ' W. Connie Brooks ' l . , ,V ,V 2' , is Jim Brophy " ' ' - 4 Bruce Brown I -A 1" " . David Brown ' " -:jj-'.V A- 1 f Janie Brown Kelly Brown Roger Brown I Q Doyal Bryant ' 41- -' ' Becci Buckner M if , 5? , L Leslie Burgess Nancy Burkey 5 , , -'-' QQ rf ff ivy Scotty Burch . 'jj' E . dslli E Y: D ' , f 'f 'H 1 f r f r A -' "-r-- if :lf R K 4 S Q? 1 u m' ,. r 4. X .I ,V . fr' -A og KIAA T Riffs y. 1 gn . ii. l. za- , 3 2 1 , .s f 147' 1, , ' Q I yew F ii l 46, J: , , , , , we t 4 Z:-X! Al l R, Q I f J If F as 'af' ,-i ' like-1 'T' 4 1 B , i ,Q ...ff ,f ,.,. , 'i M f P X 4 ,g My QL 4 U an I '73 -J : Q .L iw ,--. , 4, - A A of i J ft -- ' ., .-ff A X ' f...,4!, - 1- - Q: Q . , my lffi gf ao. eV'f fwN?V gf faw.fHVfa f 9 5 2 r 4 .e '5- VM if 'A Al ' I I f y .. 2. if 1 3 1 ff v 1 r . , -.ww-0 2 1 sr-'fn - ., ? 3 gr ,U,, , , 1 X X -H. ,, I .M K Brenda Buff V 3:5 ilvl :I A 'Al' Q "W I' rl i 'i 'mf ft X Q' 2 B Gary Burks Karen Bussell Geoff Butler 'Elia is 1 Q , , B , I -J f f W f ffm fn 5 , -fx-L I fl' 1' "Y, .JELI ,Z. . ,, 1,s, .fx ,fi S 'fx H , A Right. Sophomore President Randy Folk, with members of the sophomore class, sings Christ- mas Carols at Grand Acres for 'first semester's proiect. .. ary ,fy x - 4 'v i Above. the soc Springfii Top. Ta the dus J X 'N if sl I xl 5 ' f12" te.4 -5 nf! f .H Y 1. Muna t L Y Above. Dan Chiles, sophomore, gets first hand experience at house Cleaning dUfin9 the sophomore project as he prepares living quarters for the Vista workers In Springfield. Top. Taking a breather from their task of entertaining students, one cowboy bites the dust as the other rests his weary bones at a sophomore-sponsored pep rally. Q r i l t l l . l t i Sophomores reveol spirit with projects M Counseled by Mr. Wilber Brill, the sophomores i began their second year at Glendale with a va- T riety ot projects. Supplying the many needed T articles for BOG, the sophomore BOG barrel F gathered the contributions of the sophomores. During the Christmas season two projects were ' initiated by the sophomores. To help make the I residents' Christmas a merrier one, the class mem- ' bers sang Christmas carols at Grand Acres. The children at Burge Protestant Hospital who were , unable to go home for ,Christmas were enter- tained at a holiday party. , Two Vista projects were also undertaken later i in the year. The class renovated an old house on West Nichols which was later used as a tem- porary hostel tor traveling Vista volunteers and taught basketball to underprivileged boys. l v l l l l r l l i l T i l l By attending a basketball game, sophomore officers Randy Reaves-vice president, Marilyn Fahl-secretary, and Randy Folk -president, add to the spirit of their class. Julie Byars Cindy Cain Carol Campbell Ted Campbell Mark Cannon David Cantrell Robin Cantrell Becky Carr David Carr Terri Carrol Cheri Carter Lynda Carter Richard Carter Dan Cass Brent Castle John Cawlfield Cheryl Champagne David Chatterton Cindy Chesnut Connie Chiles Dan Chiles Teresa Chittim Scott Christiansen Kathy Christie Richard Christy Cyndi Chronister David Church Terrie Ann Clapton Madalyn Clark Cathy Clary Leonard Clary Bob Clifton Tess Clines Patt Coatney Tony'Cobb Larry Colclazier 'Mike Cole Missy Coller David Coonrod Ellen Corba Brian Correll Chuck Courtney Mason Cox Vicky Craig Cheryl Crandall David Crane Don Crane Jackie Crawford Belinda Creek Bob Crocker Vivian Crowley Starr Crum Linda Cunningham Gary Curtis Tim Daily K Marcy Dampier Janis Daniel Margie Danley Stan Darden Don Daugherty Chris Daughtry Hyle Daughtry Randi Davis Leah Day Rusty Delnevo Loretta Delo Darrell Denby Brenda Denney Tommy Dickey Debbie Dieter Jim Dillard David Dimond Sherry Dixon Velvet Dodson Debbie Dowell Martha Downer Peggy Dwyer Randy Dyer Garrick Eastwood Nancy Ebe Jane Egger Kenneth Eli Vicki Ellingsworth Fred Ellison Donita Ellison Cindy Erb Leslie Erwin Mark Eubanks John Evans Suan Everett Marilyn Fahl Julie Fechner Mike Fesperman Rita Fesperman Virginia Fetters Denise Filkins Kathy Firestone Cis Fischer Judy Flippin Sandie Flippa Judy Flood Rick Flory Debbie Flynn Denny Foglesong Randy Folk Jeff Folkens Pat Fore Pat Forsythe Jim Fossard John Fowler Cathy Francis Linda Freeman Paula French Sandie Fuldner Jane Gammon Jim Garrison Edward Gately Bill Gates Joe Gettle Paula Gibble 1 A., g-- ,., c Q ,,,, ' . w . , "' l 1 -F rce ' ' , J Q .. .ff r ' A y ' 5' A ,, ,..1 l " U . , C , , sl' if gs .E if il A. rf' J J M if' Q F J srys J srs L 2 D, sy is Y K t , ' if " V 1- :J A ,X , J ' r , . ,f . ,, A W I ' J ,Q 'A I A A 4 ' ,,.f . afflffii if .J , .Al " 1 if ' . , . , 's1'4i' J 1 il Q s . as f gl A W 'll " 'si J F' J 9 A . 24? . l.:. 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J ff s" i it - ff l sr c le 5 M A, in illl J L: 'T' in 'J .". i S352 V ies Qi gf- ? 'r-' . it y,g,r, J is f y J., rr is ts. J. -B V y T .A,, it ,, g -4 ,.. i Ac x X E L I is X-LJ' 1 ' ,f sst 6 lft- Q if if M y f 1 I l 5 J l 49, Left. By pointing out fallacies in the opponents plan, debater Russ Rose presents his rebuttal and asks the iudge for his concurrence in the day's debate. SPEECH SQUAD-Row 7, Nancy Ebe, Kathy Drake, Dan Chiles, Kent Brashears, Judy Tilton..Row 2, Janice Bingaman, Candy Key, Donna Atwill, Judi Buttram, Mrs, Ann Brundridge-sponsor. Row 3, Connie Everett, Dan Williams, Russ Rose, Bob Presley, Qndrea Kramer. Row 4, Teresa Sparkman, Gary Pike, Roger Worley, Chris Scruggs, Jim lsner. ROW 5, Jim Crain, Mark Bowman, Phil Buterbaugh, Mark Grlot, Allen Weatherly, Kenneth Rose. I Speech Squcids work for honors u Glendale's speech and debate squads acted as hosts for two tournaments held here at Glen- dale. They included the neophyte tournament on November ll-T3 and the annual tournament held on December 6 and 7. Three hundred students from twenty-five different schools invaded the halls of GHS for the competition. The squads participated in the district tourna- ment held in March, and eleven out-of-town tourneys included a trip to Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The squads were also entered in the National Forensic league competition. Individual honors went to Chris Scruggs for his competition in the American Legion Oratorial Contest. Chris won the county division award for his Freedom's Challenge speech. V Left. Debaters Phil Buterbaugh and Nancy Ebe look as if they anticipate victories as they board the bus before depart- ing on the debate trip to North Kansas City. if f John Giboney Kathy Gilbert Rick Gilmore David Goldsmith Caren Goodson Regina Gorrell Roberta Gotter Joe Gount Helen Grant Ann Graves Craig Grayless Jennifer Green Terry Green Nedro Gregory Brenda Grilfen Linda Griffen Gary Groetke Linda Gulletl Anita Gustaveson John Gzula Mike Habermehl Susie Halbert Debra Hall Lee Hall Don Haller Mark Halter Rob Honkins Kay Hannon Steve Harbin Ronald Harp Tyson Harris John Harrison Sue-Haseltine Sherrie Hawkins Susan Hawkins Brenda Haynes Theresa-Kay Haynes Nick Heatherly Lowell Heerman Dale Hendershott Karen Henderson Pat Henry Marty Hensilee Jean Hem Joan Hern Susan Herndon Gregg Hlavaty Stephanie Hoffman Dan Honeycutt Charles Hornback David House Brenda Hubbard Marilyn Hubbard Marilyn Hubbell Paula Hubbell Donna Huff Mary Hulsey Jerry Hutchinson Debbie Hyde Debbie lsenberg John Jackson Kathryn James Laurie Jenkins Tim Jenkins Robbie Jersok Dan Jett Don Johnson Karen Johnson Russel Johnson Stephen Johnson Stuart Johnson Brenda Jolley Linda Jolley Bruce Jones Cathy Jones Linda Jones Randy Jones Michael Journagan Kevin Kaiser Cheryl Kane John Kane Mona Kay Vickye Keathley Danny Keeslar Mike Keiner Carolyn Kelley Allen Kelly Sharon Keltner Kathy Kendig Sharon King Charlotte Kirkpatrick Melanie Kleiber Mark Knewtson Donna Knox Sherry Kramer Rick Krull Rick Kyle Cynthia Lands Mark Langston Allen Latall Lana Laxton Mark Layton Mike Lee Michael Leabold Susan Lederer Marilyn Leist Jeri Leonetti O. R. Leslie Jane Leverenz Donna Lewis Janet Lewis Mike Lewis Becky Lisenby Debbie Loffer Cindy Lottshult Leslie Long Randy Long Jill Looney Greg Love Gale Lowry 3 2 law ie-ef' -,.W--, it J X .tg ee- ' i H . 11 I ,E f t g L: gli , X V In V.,-If li I. A , ' 1 W' rrs ' S J 4 ' 'iii yii flg swf E 'li 'ai J rri in L f D J i r 4 i J ci- A i r dr J A 2 A . 4- W "i, 5 M X' J gi , A , K '-91 E! ' 5 " j-'-- X. ,I- gg 1' st i,,. , " 5 Wi - " ' A f 3 6 f, 4 ii 2 ,7 l W" V, - ,, L J if "2 "' 5 2 f, it . 7 as 0 J fi i"- 4 , ii, ' I 'f-' , .r ' 1 'J 31' f ' '.1' :ilu , ' I ,-'-" -i A 1 Q! Q J V . ' ii 'irfi i ii'i" si ': i ii ii J "'s , ..ir 'K t '1-i- ' ' rr J - I Iiii' iii it 'ig v,'L Y , ,M X V I A V I wi" jj. ' r.+' f' , A X .,.,...v 4 E E V Arlu A V V . ,,.. 2 1, lr ,5 Q- our ,. 1' . i 'I 7, X L -, "5 L "'i K .fi Ib. , ' , . 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Although the Sophomore Choir is primarily a training course for the more advanced Junior- Senior Choir, the members took part in activities including the presentation of several selections, to the visiting parents and friends at Open House. Members of--the choir worked on special vo- cal ensembles to perform in the Spring Music Contest. Some members also had parts in the 1969 musical, "Annie Get Your Gun." At the end of the year, the sophomores com- bined their talents with that of the junior mem- bers of the Junior-Senior Choir and provided the music at Baccalaureate service for seniors on Sunday, June i. Left. Concentrating on their directofs instructions, devoted Sophomore Choir members perfect their tones and harmony. i X f SOPHOMORE CHOIR-Row 7, Joni Plank, Margie Danley, Brenda Jolley, Helen Grant, Donna Pardee, Pam Jeffries, Debbie Flynn. Row 2, Mary Ellen Spicer, Christopher Soxman, Donna Rodgers, Marilyn Fahl, Nedra Gregory, Vicki Ellingsworth, Ginger Owen. Row 3, Stephen Askew, Linda West, Irene Freeman, Jodi Reeter, Nancy Allen, Susan Lederer, Becky Carr, James Shollenberger-sponsor. Row 4, O. R. Leslie, Bruce Brown, Bob Brazeale, Steve Harbin, Larry McGuire, Jim Nimmo, Robert Sullinger, Jim Brophy. Left. Back row Sophomore Choir members Pam Jeffries, Vicki Ellingsworth, Marilyn Fahl, and Debbie Flynn pause momentarily from class participation to pose for a picture. . I Eric Luebbert Steve Lurvey Raymond Lynde Todd Magill Carrol Manis Donnie Martin Mark Masters Kathy May Nancy Mayhall Linda Maynard Susan McBride Jeff McCaIlister Brad McCammon David McClain Stacee McDermott Dixie McKinney Sheri Mc.Meen David McPherson Fred McQueary John Melton Vicki Merriman Beverly Meyer Jim Meyer Janice Miller Paul Miller Brenda Mincks Berry Misemer Susan Mitchell Keith Morehouse Annette Morgan Bob Morgan Debbie Morris Rhonda' Morten Melissa Moseley Sue'Mullikin Nancy Mumford Gary Murphy Rodney Myers Steve Mvers Wayne Myers Sue Nash Karen Neale Kathie Neale Maiiean Nealey Mike Nevatt Donna Newman Debi Niswander Brad Nitzsche Randy Nivens Jan Nokes Dana Nunn R-ck Nutt Dan O'Hara Marv Oliver Becky O'Neal Jim O'Neal Betsy O'Neill Marilyn Ottati Ginger Owen Vivian Owings 1' I A V V J g 1 , i .G I z. 3 T.: atgy M, ,MZ 4, Z: ff is f at if T if a ' 'f fr T :D f. f 3, 'fr r,t Q -T T- ef M 4 ,, 5,3 :MX f Aglz It M T g M, ,M " T if Aa 1.t . .- 'F ' 4 It i dit -. Q M' V i ilil "t' A ' gk Q I M,g.A,,,z , E .VW V V gy., If i V 'm M M iiti Q i T-wi' M ',Vi ' it M 'if' T M ' 'A ,-1' V lf mf ,"4li In ,f if fl . I 1 I If K 4,9 'f ' all ..,. fy, ' Egf B ts' lf' g' 5' 'f llv V, ' 'i I 1 ti'r it - - M T 1 , . ittt' 'I f " if M M M,' , l'tM T 1 X! MM:Mf , K A.M, ,t X I 1 f HVA' U - ,V 7 Right: Terri Hessee, President of FTA, answers questions from members concerning the educational trip in the spring. If , . A 4 5- .. FUTURE Tl Vicki Stev Row 2, SL Drummonr Donna Mi Sherrie H. -sponsor, Judy Tiltr Cindy We Lee Ann B FUTURE T Mitz Dyer Lynne HL Flood, Ci Chapman, Owings, 4 Gayle We Harriet Di Debie Jon a u a 2 K 1 ':q,zw,rg mgngy-' M,,,.,,, U ,V M,,, ff T?12.f'r1'712'- an :Q 3 H ,4y"', .f ,fr ,U , vin 4,12 sin : M' ' A' T"fL"!vI- JI' , ' - f. , fam WM. . Mi, 35, ZS7,'f2fCrZ.fl if'-' -1 ,,' ,, ew ,M,- ,rig 1 i ffl V, M, 4 5 ':n--- 5. ! M , Q13 ' 1 f x LM V.-sv . Ui ,Ii i . l I6 - f"""f'Qi3'77- im ,Q .-if x.-- JJ X 3 if I re. -'ilz 'L . .1 l 9 N fT'fT"7f I X , My sf' 7, , S z i V :fa I -5 f FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Top-Row l, Rebecca Miller, Virginia Miller, Terri Hessee, Vicki Stewart, Terrie Clopton, Margie Danley, Jennifer Green, Pam Rogers, Kathy Flanagan. Row 2, Sue Danielsen, Sherri Bradley, Leslie Levitch, Marcia Mann, Donna Newman, Debbie Drummond, Cindi Anderson, Mary Ellen Spicer, Dixie McKinney, Sandi Flippo. Row 3, Donna Meyer, Brenda Bishop-Jones, Sherrie Culbertson, Lisa Grandstaff, Deanna Thrasher, Sherrie Hawkins, Elaine Roush, Anne Howard, Patty Owings. Row 4, Mrs. Karen Dukewits -sponsor, Joyce Record, Susan Schneider, Kay Bowler, Melissa Yarnell, Debbie Virdon, Judy Tilton, Kathy Ledbetter Ede Allee, Miss Linda Coe-sponsor. Row 5, Janet Lewis, Cindy Wells, Linda Martin, Becky Robinson, Gail Sanders, Janice Westfall, Kathy Wirt, Lee Ann Bittle, Kerry Craig, Susan Mumaugh. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-Bottom-Row T, Patti Peele, Janice Miller, Penni Potter, Mitz Dyer, Melissa Moseley, Sally Scanlon, Nancy Ebe, Missy Coller, Becky Howard. Row 2, Lynne Hubbell, Brenda Dobbins, Marilyn Walter, Lea Anne Walker, Cathy Rogers, Judy Flood, Cindy Jones, Gail Young, Sherie Brigham, Carol Guthrie. Row 3, Debra Hall, Cathy Chapman, Carolyn Gillespie, Mary McCalIon, Cynthia Martin, Carole Groblebe, Vivan Owings, Gayle Nutting-president, Cheryl McKinney. Row 4, Delaine Ward, Sally Snead, Gayle Watson, Belinda Ipock, Becky Duck, Patty Johnson, Mary Whitlock, Linda Wright, Harriet Deane. Row 5, LeAnn Van Someren, Marilyn Ottati, Galen Burch, Kathy Webb, Debie Jones-parl. historian, Carolyn Kelley, Teresa Sparkman, Sue Philips. ,yn S AMER to FTA members boost teciching cis coreer Boosting its membership to 105, the Future Teachers of America attempted to further interest of its members in teaching careers. Assisting the teachers in several classrooms throughout Springfield, six cadet teachers from Glendale were sponsored by FTA. Seniors who showed the desire to teach, maintained a "B" average and were able to arrange their sched- ules to have the afternoon free to work in an elementary school, were eligible for cadet teach- ing. A Christmas party was given by the members for the children at the Fairhaven Children's Home. Refreshments were served and each of the twen- ty-four children received at least three gifts. Meetings with a variety of programs and speak- ers, including a talk by a Vista member, occu- pied the remainder of the year for FTA members. Above. Helping a student solve a problem is typical of Cindi Anderson, a cadet teacher at Wilder Elementary School Left. The advantages of teaching excite JoEllen Pennington Sally Scanlon, and Melissa Mosely at Open House. Debbie Padgett Richard Padgham John Palmer Donna Pardee Steve Parker Kay Parten Brenda Patterson Larry Patterson Belinda Paul Dorothy Payne Judy Payne Mason Payne Chester Pearman Karen Peck JoEllen Pennington Doug Pering Andy Pickering Vicki Pierce Michael Porter Penni Potter Gary Potts Dan Preston Richard Price Wendy Price James Proe Don Propps Jeanne Pursley Suzanne Raber Kenneth Racey Kelvin Radford Donna Ragland Debbie Rainwater Debbie Rapp Mike Rarrick Joe Ratcliff Ron Rathnow Bill Rauscher Ron Reading Randy Reaves Rex Record Wayne Redding Robert Redwing Jodi Reeter Sue Revis Jill Reynolds Richie Rhea Jon Rhines Jill Rhoten .,G a-fu. its 3 . .. "W A . C- YW. . ..... . -- rw ' . " .. 1 1 'r R x -lkwst si ' sf ' . Y Q at Tw .. -, 5 1 is -Q f ., A e-is L . , , . 'Zia A 4 --5 ' F210 ' 4 - VV - i V.. . -j i i -3 J , 3 I we 2' x .-v- 'js 3..- W "Pr A ,175 W4 J. 4: 5' Y' A i ,J 'f 'D 1 . W. , I . 1, .. I , ": '. is 4 J I ' s -7- V y . ' 1 if .11-' l" ' ' We . .l ca . X iff. P Q C I ,ll J W F sa, x nl i yy j r T P ,. . , , , ,V . . , . my .. gs, I Z y 17, 5, , .,,,. Y , t ,,,,.::,- .W - ..- .,.. . , , W , .N . S . ' .f ' , ,,.,, ' al l ' 3:52 riva l? V l X A' ,.aZf1ff3-' 2 V FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA-Row l, Judy Reed, Cynthia Warner, Mitzi Dyer, Kathy Flanagan, Sherri . Bradley, Jo Ann Burk, Leslie Gary, Marilyn Walter, Laura ' Skelly, Keith Summers. Row 2, Mrs. Gladys Mabary- sponsor, Rosemary Messick, Leslie Levitch, Janna Manis, . Jacqulin Callin, Merrily Glotfelty, Brenda Jones, Donna Huff, Gwen Campbell, Cindy Davis, Felicia Brown. Row , 3, Mrs. Billie Spencer-sponsor, Leslie Cobb, Sandy Burd, Pam Hall, Toni Bellmann, Donna Atwill, Vicki Vienhage, . Kerry Craig, Linda Wright, Pamela Umphres. Row 4, ip Mrs. Ada Griffin-sponsor, Sharron Eddlemon, Rondi i iii McKeen, Susie Munhollon, Terry Neil, Linda Vaughn, .' V. Larry Edgar, Donnie Thompson, Steve Russell, Tom gi Thompson, Roger Mclean. Row 5, Mrs. Wilda McKeen- ' ' sponsor, Marsha Faught, Pam Gilmer, David McCory, . Robert Appleby, Doug Wulff, Ted Whitaker, Bill Evans, i Carl Cannefax, David Powell, Claire Consolvo. Row 6, fy Philip KIaPP, Janell Stansberry, Debbie Lightner, Steve ' Ellis, Frank Langham, Greg Johnston, Norman Harp, , 4, - s , Alan Shellack, Elaine Spindler, Rocky Crouch, Steve ' 1. V Kruse. Row 7, Judson White, Jim Crain, Larry McGuire, ' Susan Winget, Roger Edgar, Mike Scheele, Tom Durkin, 3 Mike McNabb, Larry Moll, Debbie Baker, Sandie Fuldner, 3 l Beth Stafford. : it t N- T 1 , 3' 3 COIN CLUB-Row l, Ricky Stover, Steven Jennings, Steve Forehand, t I Bill Boxer. Row 2, Don Daugherty, Fred Ellison, Jim Bouldin, Mark Huffhines, Kenneth Peters. Row 3, David Goldsmith, Gerald Churchill, Garrick Eastwood, Fred McQueary, Mr. Ed McKinney-sponsor. f 4 , .ff'1' ,. . ff iff. f . rehand, ri, Mark hurchill, FBLA seeks dwcird, Coin Club collects The Future Business Leaders of America gave its student members an idea of what they will encounter in the business world. Competition in state and national contests in- cluded a convention at SMS and state convention at Jefferson City. During Open House FBLA sponsored an ex- hibit which showed examples of all activities in which the club participated, including its Gold Seal Chapter Award. A candlelight ceremony held in October installed the new officers for the school year. The Dress-Right Skit in January showed members the proper attire for all busi- ness situations. A coin display at Open House began the year for Coin Club members. The remainder of the year was spent studying different types of money. Left. FBLA members Bill Evans, Marilyn Walter, and Doug Wulff, participate in the Dress-Right skit. in Above. The purpose of FBLA is explained to Olen Greer by Cynthia Warner, Steve Ellis and Marilyn Walter. Left. Coin Club sponsor Mr. Ed McKinney teaches sophomore club member Don Daugherty to appreciate the value of coins. li .1- qc. 1 f W, 1 Cheryle Richards Guy Richardson Debbie Rips Cathy Roberts Charley Roberts Cindy Roberts Michael Roberts Patricia Roberts Mark Robinelt Becky Robinson Curt Robinson Donna Rodgers Pam Rogers Russ Rose Sandy Royston James Ruhl Debbie Rumple Nancy Russell Jerry Sanders John Sanders Sally Scanlon Jerry Schlink Barbara Schmidt Susan Schmeider Peggy Schooling Mary Ann Schultz Frank Schwartz Jim Sellars Linda Sharp Jo Ellen Shaw Douglas Sheridan Ron Sherman Mary Ann Shipman Nancy Shultz Lynda Simmons Susan Simpson David Siplinger Chris Skelton Diana Skelton Edward Skiffington Ann Smith Brad Smith Gene Smith Keith Smith Lee Smith Patty Smith Sally Snead Steve Snead Susan Sommers Christopher Soxman Mary Ellen Spicer Beth Stafford Peggy Stahl f-. -S . . f , i',7.a, :: Mi, Joyce Not Art Club a nl, J .,--ev' Z N 'f J ,, J , ., 1 vw' 7 Y , f o , - 1- v W qv Q H' -,if if .,Z,,. 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A -V 2. f y 4 i r y ir c ' , 921-'i. z ' V, ,VVV My Vx f , :Iv - 7 V V, ,fgl,v,' M ik K I A E J I 8 L EY , r ART CLUB-Row 1, Glenda Hunt, Cathy Schneider, Linda Chittim, Cookie Bright, Lourie Jenkins, Carene Anderson, Kathy James, Mark Layton. Row 2, Paula Trapp, Donna White, Deanna Thrasher, Helen Grant, Regina Gorrell, Nancy Shultz, Karen Henderson, Cristi Sala, Debbie Sullins. Row 3, Larry Edgar, Toni Bellmann, Cynthia Warner, Mary Whitlock, Gary Spradling, Sue Simpson, Denise van Gelder, Joyce Nothum. Row 4, Lisa Grandstaff, Debbie Myers, Toni Reichardt, John Eells-president, Barbara Hazell, Dennis Nix, Larry Moll, Michael Allen, Laura Clinkenbeard. r-"""' , 'A ...MW ,N , , ,oy ', 5,2 ' Jfzfs , 1' lg :zo , ,,,, 1 1-5 5' ii L.. .st 'sa QL, loser I if ff fly -X I f m 'F .loyce Norhum, lost in deep concentration, adds the finishing touches to an oil Art Club offers members time to finish work that class time will not allow. painting. Art Club members trgvel to Chicago Auctioning King Tut and other Open House decorations made by art students, selling orig- inal paintings, and private money-making schemes enabled Art Club members to make a weekend trip to Chicago. Some attractions they visited included the Chicago Art Institute, Field Museum ot Natural History, and Old Town. Several art displays were sponsored by the Art Club throughout the year in which crafts, paintings, sculpture, and other art works by Glendale students were shown and sold. Includ- ed in the Christmas display were handmade Christmas cards and "Peanuts" rocks. Playing an active part in the Student District Art Association Convention, members of the club competed for awards and displayed their cre- ations. Stimulatings the creativity of its members, the Art Club offered speakers, travel, honors, and expression. Tom Steinert Don Stocker Ricky Stover Debbie Strong Marc Sturtevant Doug Styer Debbie Sullins Robert Sullinger Tim Sweeney Tallulah Sykes Donald Taylor Barbara Teague Christene Thomas Pam Thomas David Thomasson Lynn Thompson Paula Thurman Greg Tokarczyk Debbie Tolliver Bob Treat Dennis Tucker Claudia Turner Julie Turner Vicky Tyler Denise van Gelder Debby Vaughn Jeff Vaughn Greg Vernon Kay Vineyard Roger Wade Gere Wageman Brenda Waggoner Pamela Waggoner Barbara Waite Mike Wallace Jan Wallis Gary Walton Wade Warren Dan Watkins Gayle Watson Linda West Rodney Weston Mary Wheeler Craig White Jana White Judson White Paul White Sheila White Mark Wickizer Tricia Wilcox Mike Wilhoit Mike Wilkinson Lance Williams Terry Williams Eddie Williamson Cheryl Wilson Danny Wilson Rick Wilson Tom Wingo Lindo Winters Kathy Wirt Charles Wise Leslie Wise Gary Wiseman Stanley Wolf Karen Wood Gail Woods Pam Woodin Chris Waolsey Ju Wray Kirk Wulff Kay Wylie Melissa Yarnell Mike Yeomans Jeff Young Mike Young Teresa Young Liz Zay 1 rssr T T is T TT T ., A it-1. 'Z , J N' y . gT'1T.Q. I l 4 ,T A '- 1 qi. Q if VT- 1, ' Tf f ' T T At. L? gsm' f 1 , T X T Y ' -Y K Tvs. 1 ft' ,ir T Q" ' J Ll rw' 3 121 ' 'CZ' 'I 5 fgyh i,.s , ' . I .ul - il I T T F if L U ? T , -ss li at 'Q ez T, J K - T 2 ,,.,. T my v J 'W ,T TT Iqlh A in ,iii . T , L 314 il fs Q T ' l wls ' -if' A .111 .T TTTTTT 1 ..iir T X A T A x ' ' T . ' ' hi. ...Tyr e 1 f big' :JJ Li'9f'ik. if l i T, TT T, ,A M H y A,rI'e ii-fix 'ef r'ft 'I s T f 'K' , 2' i J 3 ' "" , fs L L ii A A . P N I U: ,,:: J. I T 1 I in T A V In -T I Q, :,. - I h Lv I V. E . , -1- ,WT T if. . 1 if ll l' Cie? if T J ' Q "T 'E' 5 , T T , rT l ' T M ,f K is T TTTy TTTQ f ' 132 TT"il 2- 5' I - F. l rate r T T 1 , TTT T, ' M Ivfyai A T TT Tv, gf l my k r I 3 I A ,. s 'T-' T ZTT T nf ' A ,51lWi5. ffff1ii'i LIBRARY CLUB-Row 1, Jamie Miller, Patricia Smith, Willie Crane, Janice Newman, Dianna Young, Terri Carroll. Row 2, Mrs. Roberta Hukriede-sponsor, Patty Owings, Paula Hubbell, Tresa Howard, Linda Owen, Debbie Sauder. Row 3, Mrs. Opal Roberts-sponsor, Vivian Owings-secretery-treasurer, Pam Christie, Cathy Roscoe, David Cantrell, Marcy Jensen. Row 4, Deanna Thrasher, Sharon King, Teresa Sparkman, Susan Mumaugh-historian, Jim Sellars, Jean Sellars-president, Kathy Dougan. COOPEl Drussa, Becci .F Brennar Cathy 4 Becky Ha nkins Larirnori .3 l d f i l l Sruden tending - ig-c ss' of .X . P 'Q -s li Fix' 'lsfbf 'Z' I ..x,. K. ,M fr. A. t ' , ., ' . Vi' 5 'C 7? r , .2!!fif,'? .54 3332270 , Dianna Hubbell, , Vivian Jensen. ian, Jim COOPERATIVE OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION CLUB-Row l, Nancy Warren, Teresa Drussa, Marla Rapp, Shirley Fisher, Carol Maddy, Diane Davis, Marilyn Lilly. Row 2, Becci Pierce, Bill White, Charley Hoke, Robert A. Appleby, Jim Brewer, Greg Brennan, Katherine Lawhon. Row 3, Rebecca Mason, Sam Montgomery, Tom Beaver, Cathy Cates, Nancy Smith, Ed Wilkinson, Randy Royston. Row'4, Jane Stafford, Becky Sheets, Bill Coe, Perry Weatherman, Steve Grayless, Sandy White, Jim Hankins. Row 5, lke Jackson, Craig Brazeal, Rick Goodale, Jack Ahrens, Dave Larimore, Tom Gammon, Jerry Harris, Mr. Henry Moon-sponsor. 'z 1 FWMH 4 W" , X, MK' 'W 4g Sfudenf librarian Willa Dean Crane completes her last minute duties before at- tending the Library Club's Halloween PBVTY Eiffel School' Librciry Club, COE Work extrci hours Prompting interest in good literature through window case and bulletin board displays was the Library Club's main obiective this year. Aside from the work associated with the li- brary, members found time to hold several parties including a Christmas party for the Chil- dren's Home, a costume Halloween party and a picnic in May. Frames for two Andrew Wyeth prints were purchased by the club to hang in the library. Social activities of the COE club included a Christmas breakfast, an Employer-Employee ban- quet and an lntra-city COE meeting. Detailed descriptions of their iobs were en- tered by COE members in the Western Regional Leadership Conference for competition. Winners received plaques. "I '49 fffignaax --V , I .., A ..,,, ,uw ...Ar.,,,, Q COE president, Bill Coe, listens to dinner conversation of Mr. William Cantrell, guest speaker at a city-wide banquet. g -Q Chuck Adams Tim Adams Jeanie Ailshie Dale Alday Gwen Alexander Ede Allee Steve Anderson Pat Andress Shelly Apcstol Mark Asbell David Askew Arthur Augspurger Paul Augspurger Pam Bagley Pam Bailey Nancy Baker s John Ballard Bruce Ballantyne Sara Bare David Bastings Mark Bates Sherry Bates Janice Bauer Larry Bechtel Rick Bell Toni Bellmann John Bench Donnie Bennett Charley Bentley Gary Bettertan Tony Beyer Lynn Bilyeu Janice Bingaman Steve Birkes Brenda Bishop-Jones Lee Ann Bittle Charles Blue Debbie Bollinger Jana Bonar Tom Bouldin Cindy Bowers Steve Bowers Mark Bowman Bill Boxer Nancy Boyd Debbie Boykin John Brackley Kenny Bradford Sherri Bradley Tim Bradley Kenney Brengle Darrel Brewer Dean Brotherton Felicia Brown Debbie Bruton Jill Bryson Gary Buckley Sandy Burd Charlene Burk Jo Anne Burk Kenny Burk Larry Burk Phil Buterbaugh Genie Butler Larry Buzbee Darl Cameron Sharon Campbell Carl Cannefax Ken Cantrell Randy Cairns Mike Cass Cathy Chapman '! , . f v Ne XQFLN ,Ear 'if:,, .. iff! 9 , 2, l, cr-. Ai rff X -N gl ial :L , 9 34 'K-fi, is , gg ,, 3 am ,, I V , I cz, M713 gr? g I - lk f --gi: w e J, , ,4 ' F 'll. N,,.f 1 WI- :A ll-f :U fm f' H ff 5 4 A.. J W1 jffikj-' U Je K KX My fit fl. , if ri L L . Right Contemplating the choice of a Giant Burger or a double cheeseburger, iunior officers Gary Grove- Wifi? vice president, Kerry Craig-secretary, and Phil V' ll Buterbaugh president, enioy the brisk air. ' VL, . "lx L it ,fri WW X 5 Cuz? ' - , L Q 'Y Y V ,L tr ti li.. - ls?- I sb Y ent 1 QL Si B' A4 J , J ' , 'B" I 'R ' 1 I I ' i f 1, X it A J t ,Q 1 1 .,. ,,,, ., f 9 ' J . JM ,, ,'- ', i'4T"s 1- 1 4... Qi' rv TQ.. ,S 5 arf ' Yu, V I A ,,,,,..: f fr . rr L I . -rre rl 1 22:1 I A fix 17' ?, J 51 - ,L K ., Vllq 1, HX t A J fi A A Asahi' Al l if X 4 i u T I rt s l ig Si .. X -,f.s-- 1. N ,N Q7 v', , fs K Ch l..f ., 55" 9 , rf fx fb -1 ' '23 -wx 1 FN 1. sk tx xxx X nf fL 1105 ,4 Juniors pock yeor with proiects, Tests Achieving The status of upperclassmen, The juniors accepted part of The responsibilities of leading The school. Under The direction of an eighteen-member class council to promote school spirit and coun- selor Miss Beverly Black, The iunior class dec- orated cars with crepe paper aT The Falcon Fes- tival, held pep rallies, and participated in The iunior-senior talent assembly. Acquiring Their senior rings after months of saving and waiting marked Their advancing sen- ior year. Several tests designed To prepare and eval- uate The juniors were given. Left. Junior girls add to The enthusiasm of a pep rally while they jestingly portray The spirit and tactics of The football team. Above With enthusiastic screams and thunderous applause Junior girls back the Fighting Falcons basketball team as they conquer the Central Bulldogs on the home court Left Signs and collages a raging phenomenon at GHS in 68 69 entreat luniors Melinda lngram and Julie Turner to register forthe school elections Pot Chapple Linda Chittim Randy Christian Pam Christie Rebecca Church Rufus Church Gerald Churchill Reid Claxton Sara Clinkenbeard Leslie Cobb D. L. Cole Owen Cole Paula Collins Ron Collis Tom Cook Mary Ann Cooper Donnie Cornelison Janet Cosgrove Anne Coulter Carol Courtois Dave Craig Jim Craig Kerry Craig Jim Crain Willie Crane Mike Crighton Greg Crouch Sherrie Culbertson Bill Daniel Susan Danielsen Lyman Daughtery Don Davis Jeff Davis Lois Davis Melody Davis Kathy Dedmon Dennis de Graad Rose DeGray Tracey Delp Linda Denny Mike DeRuyter Dennis Dieter Jerry Dillard Bill Doan Brenda Dobbins Janice Dohm Kelly Doke Jim Dopp Kathleen Dougan Bob Downer Kathy Drake Becky Duck Bob Duck Linda Durbin Mitzi Dyer Charlie Eckert Danny Eddington Roger Edgar Joyce Edwards John Eells Phyllis Eggers Janet Eli Tom Emberton Connie Emerson Mike England Bill Evans Phillip Fels Bruce Fetter Barbara Finnell Evan Fishel Beth Fisher Kathy Flanagan Cindy Fletcher Lorry Floyd Mary Foster Carmen Franklin Janice Frankum Mary Fredrick lrene Freeman Bob Fuller Debbie Fultz Cindy Galli Marsha Garland Cary Garrison Russell Garrison Leslie Gary Gayle Genzer Charley German Kathy Germany Beverly Gibson Carolyn Gillespie Rick Gilzow Linda Gladden Kris Goehring Lisa Grandstaff MW.,-sn , I l 4 cs 55' A - is y U 5 Q is 1 ' rx " is Q 1 x ' ' X5 , ' L as f- J. 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Pt . 3 lie 2 f fl Lfna of' L SPANISH CLUB-Row 7, Paula Dennison, Pam Woodin, Laurie Lorenz, Mary Ellen Spicer, Ann Smith, Susan Hodges, Katy Tynes, Becky Howard, Brenda Dobbins. Row 2, Linda Sherer, Jeannie Sullivan, Nancy Revis, Alynne Withers, Barbara Schmidt, Debbie Jennings, Joretta Graven, Marta Cohen, Cindy Lipscomb. Row 3, Cynthia Wood, Cindy Rogers, Karen Moll, Nancy Russell, Cheryl Crandall, Beverly Heidbrink, Karen Madsen, Sue Revis, Susan Schneider, Cathy Francis. Row 4. Mrs. Theresa Stokes, Julie Matthews, Susan Thomasson-treasurer, Sherry Kramer, Jill Reynolds, Donita Ellison, Sharon Cambell, Cindy Hawkins, VNian Lane, Miss Julie Hawkins-sponsor. Row 5, Trica Wilcox, Debra Hall, Andrea Kramer, Teresa Sparkman, Alane Wetzel, Melonie Fisher, Janna Bonar, Nancy Burkey, Sally Snead, Teresa Sumner. Row 6, Karen Hockensmith-historian, Warren Robinett, Bill Evans-president, David Hutchison, Karen Hall, Cathy Schneider, Billy Reed, Charlie Eckert, Olen Greer, Cathy Clary. Row 7, Judy Cox-secretary, Charles German, Stephen Richardson, Connie Watkins, Stephanie Smith, Steve Johnson-vice-president, Tom Durkin, Connie Brooks, Carolyn Kelly, Kenny Harlow, Steve Johnson. Spanish Club goes south of the border The dimensions of the South American cul- ture were effectively expanded through slides, speakers,'Spanish games, and parties for mem- bers of El Club de Espanol. ln the Spanish classrooms during Open House, club members provided entertainment consisting of songs sung in Spanish and served homemade Spanish cookies and tortilla chips. Crowned as the H1968 Pinata Princess" was Karen Hockensmith at the original Spanish style' Christmas fiesta, where the blindfolded princess traditionally breaks the pinata filled with candy. Concluding the year was the annual picnic held at Springfield lake. Karen Hockensmith beams as she begins her reign as pinata princess at the Spanish Club's annual Christmas Party. To illustrate her recent trip to Mexico, Glendale sophomore Cathy Clary offers snapshots to Spanish Club members. Nancy Grant Craig Graves Bill Gray Chris Grrerbaum Gary Griffin Jerry Grrftn Mark Griot Sharon Grissom William Grove Gary Grove J m Gustaveson Carol Guthrie Lenore Gutette Jame Hall Jim Hall Karen Hall Leslie Hall Pom Hall Leslie Halliday Gary Hamilton Curt Hanawalt Wanda Haney Gall Hardy Kenny Harlow Normar' Harp Ne da Harper Dave Hastings Randy Hastings Kris Hausmann Barbara Hawkins Cindy Hawkins Allan Heatherly Bev Heidbrink Tassy Helwrg Dennis Hendershott Debbie Hennessy Tate Henessey Rhonda Henson Sally Hermann Jarrett Herrell Kathy Hrcklrn Ricky Hicks Michael Hners Bruce Himmelrerc Gary Hodges Eric Hoffman Alan Holme Chris Holdren Tom Holmes Rebecca Howard FRENCH CLUB-Row i, Debbie Morton, Sue Hankins, Linda Griffin, Nancy Grant, Susan Everett, Missy Coller, Peggy Dwyer, Jeannine Stanton, JoEllen Pennington, Judy Payne, Cindy Lipscomb, Keith Summers. Row 2, Leslie Levitch, Dianne Bussell, DeAnna Shultz, Carolyn Strawn, Cindy Davis, Kathy Wade, Marylu Gammon, David Anderson, Becky Langston, Tresa Howard, Nancy Baker, Hans Corba. Row 3, Leslie Halliday, Melissa Moseley, Sue Haseltine. Julie Fechner, Merrily Glotfelty, . . . . . Id Peggy Stewart, Connie Everett-president, Suzanne Raber, Beth Bricker, Ellen Corba, Leslie Long, Jeri Ann Lronettn, Mr. Gera Brooks-sponsor. Row 4, Kerry Craig, Pam Thomas, Karen Henderson, Debbie Durham, Linda Gibble, Tassy Helwig, Gail Hardy, Carol Guthrie, Candy Key, Patty Johnson, Anne Coulter, Janet Cosgrove, Mari Fago, Ed Dewan. Row 5, Claire Consolvo, Terri Schmidt, Pam Hall, Marianne Kelly, Dottie Watters, Vicki Vienhage, Pam Temple, Judy Tilton, Debbie Virdon, Kathy Ledbetter, Sarah Bare, Lavona Pulley, Paula Collins, Mr. Bill Bowman-sponsor, Row 6, Bob Murney, Ellen King, Becky Duck, Jill Bricker, Tiim Montgomery, RJsty Robinson, Gevin Lollar, Tom Montgomery, Ron Sherman, Bill Hubbell, Bob Treat, Mark Schmidt-vice president. Row 7, Randy Horton, Tom Holmes, Doug Hausmann, Janell Stansberry, Debbie Lightner, Steve Ellis, Mike Scheele, Gary Warren, Teresa Stansberry, Laura Clinkenbeard, Danny Watkins, Laird Jones, Chris Dietz. ,,., is, fi-f J, .J l B' ,4 ci J 1, 0- K2 A Wwe 045- VI! 4. "' wi W. we-'- 'Sv vw. sv- ,400-hid S' M9 2 rd 9 Y? Tersa Howard Q Bill Hubbell Lynnc Hubbell Mark Huffhrnes Rick Hunley t. X ' fx ' I2 ti' 1 E Janet Hunt if lmfx X14 4 V-lv fx ll me Y? 'Cv' J I I nu 37 as 8 e r Aish ,W on , iv? Q fl 'nv' 1' T ff ,N W -f3"g?"! vsifga l I It It Y .n :ze tg 4 Q as l l i 'dll L, . 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' g' sf A 1 l W " WU' 4, Q Larry Hunt Mark Hunt Judy Hurt David Hutchison Mark Huxley Melinda lngram Belinda lpock Debbie Ireland John Jackson Pat Jackson Greg James Pam Jeffries Marcy Jensen Allan Johnson Annie Johnson Mike Johnson Pat Johnson Roberta Johnson Steve Johnson Zola Johnson Greg Johnston Brenda Janes Donna Jones Richard Jones Sharon Jones Allen Journagan Paul Kahmann Randy Keathley Harry Kelly Marianne Kelly Cindy Kendall Bruce Kessler Candy Key Joe Killian Peggy Killian Beverly Kirschke Danny Kiser Philip Klapp Lodenna Kneedler French Club holds progressive dinner J Relating France and its culture to modern Amer- ican life, French club members held skits and din- ners with a Parisian flair. Skits, such as the "Stonehenge Riots," added laughter to the monthly meetings. Many of the meetings were held in the homes of the mem- bers. Presenting a painting by Renoir to Mr. James Ford, principal, the French club made its annual artistic contribution to Glendale, a painting by a French artist. A progressive dinner, held January 28, was at- tended by ,members traveling to the homes of three members for each course. Hors d'oeuvres, Ragout aux lmprovistes, and chocolates mousse were served. Top left. Mr. Ford accepts a painting from French Club mem- bers Mark Schmidt, Marianne Kelly, and Connie Everett. Left. French Club member Randy Horton, senior, points out interesting facts about the play Antigone to other club mem- bers. I Billy Kolze Kevin Kraft Fred Krautsch Steve Kruse Shelly Kynion Debbie Lakin Ronald Landers Richard Lands Allene Lane Mike Lane Jim Laney Jim Langham Becky Langston Ruth Lansdon s A as UG? e: . A ll ,.- yn Q ru.. I 5:3 Q' X pls, L 9' :Vi-my .M . 5 fi' . 1 , 2: Q, ris- li R K Glenda Larkins V: .,.,, vi. Kathy Ledbetter Q - ji, ' A ai I J .x ily! , As. I 1 A ie f T A L J s . Linda Lee William Leonard A ., - Jock Lilley X , . .V 1 ,A ,YC yy affix Sandy Lindman 3 1- 1' . :N Cindy Lipscomb L. 3' , 1 Earl Lipscomb 'ff' . It ' ,f . Kathy Little m s. Q , - . Leslie Levitch 1 ' fig My er I fi r ' is ,fx ivy L, , ' ra. , Doug Long ' K' :N w , ' -' - Sandee Long 5. . Laurie Lorenz g .Q . .. ix iw, Danny Loveland ' -V, 5- ' , ' David Lurie V - - Elizabeth Lyons fi f- ' . - ' . , f' .. .. We .. fi A e' W a .K Karen Madsen 2 J '- ' f X A ,V .,r,, 61 L, X, ., ,. Kevin Lollor 'f' - , X 'WW 1, L Q! ..--'xi . , . ,., , L Mike Mahoney is Janna Manis N i il Marcia Mann ' " 2 Tom Maples , f , , , . C.. ., Nancy Marler -, . a -, . Q Betty Marshall 4 'ii ' a i 1-. Cynthia Martin -1 If . V, I, Linda Martin e 4 Q p, 4 , 1- ,2 , k , , , L. A ' :v 1 ' A V:- Kathryn Massey . . ,. Susan Masters Mary McCallon ,- David McCory ' ' ,. Debbie McDaris Robin McDermo Mark McGuire Bob McJimsey Barry McKay ,Q L 5 5. ,, . . , Cheryl McKinney - rf -2 N1 Q ' Roger McLean - ' Mike McNabb Gaye Meek John Melton "' il 5' . ac-ff' . "i' , ' ' Doug McCurry . AA J V 'V ' " i Q i ffii ' ,J , "T - . f ,yi , , LATIN CLUB-Row l, Mary Witlock, Linda Wright, Linda Freeman, Nancy Shultz, Kathy Wirt, Pat Coulter, Ellen Corba, Beverly Posey, Pat Forsythe. Row 2, Mrs. Ruth Lambeth-sponsor, Debbie Bollinger, Alistair Trumbo, Chris Scruggs, Jim Langham, Greg Solum, Kenny Burk, Mark Huffhines, Tom Tucker, Jim Craig. Row 3, Mike DeRuyter, Bruce Kessler, Roger Worley, Bob Boyer, Mark Huxley, David Reid, Gary Grove, Barbara Hawkins, Diane Tinen, Miss Julie Hawkins-sponsor. Row 4,-Andrea Kramer, Nancy Burkey, Susan Masters, Sara Clinkenbeard, Barbara Brooks, Cris Daughtry, Jeanne Sanders, Susan Winget, Mary Foster, Janice Dohrn. Row 5, Laura Miles, George Hubbell Jr., Jack Lilley, Brad McCammon, Greg Johnston, Mike Lane, Steve Kruse, Doug Wiles, Bob Vinyard, Frank Layham. Row 6, Craig Brazeal, Bob Ebe, Kelly Doke, Rick Bell, Kevin Wyatt, Tim Scruggs, John Brackley, Chris Fuldner, John Lollar, Daniel Crane. ,J my , 1, J, I , , fi Jana McCurdy ff , W ,W FV X -s 'N ". vs, ve, yu- vs 4. j ,. Av ill.. i ., 'ff-we-Lg 'ttyl ,, ,. ,. i 3 fi ff gi ag 'Z' 4, i. J! ff? I . .,, I .V , . ,var e ' , VVS . , , , 1 J T E y:I:?Z ' 5" -es., 5 . ' 1, K Q, A im .. . J. ,K ,gf 2 . . 'H's?"f' x JN .J X .r Y X 6 K . ,,. . .- 7.3 , 4 . A E Ai E 'Y 1 31' W7 '77 1' R" E The Latir Bilyeu, tlv added fee 1' .,,., W5"7'e-. 3+ QXX 1 1 .J 5 - X rf' i Y: ..., 1 ,,., gl 5. . L." Y-7 F if ve Q .L .5 . ' 2 --"Z -, ---L,,,'-gf., ,,11'2"., , The Latin Club's R oman Saturnalia gives club members Mary McCallon and Lnn . . . , , ' Y Bllyeu, the opportunity to enloy the traditional Christmas supper and experience special add d f t h - e ea ures suc as a Roman Santa Claus portrayed by senior Pete Lollar, ,i., Qi, ff,, V 1 I Lcitin Club blends study with pcirties Activity was the byword of the Latin Club 5 tainment and interesting meetings. guage and classic culture, members participated ogy and Rome's effect to the modern world provided much of the material for the skits. , Club members draped in togas attended the Saturnalia, substituting a Christmas celebra- tion for the Roman holiday honoring the god Saturn. Ruling over the feast was King Chris Fuldner, elected in Latin tradition and crowned with a holly wreath. A surprise visit by a red togaed Santa'Claus, Pete Lollar, concluded the party. A final banquet was held at the end of the year where members were attended by slaves. Students planning to ioin Latin Club next year served as slaves. LAIUV CLUB-Row 7, Susan Skiffington, Millie Wade, Anrte Johnson, Debbie Tolliver, Kathy Flanagan, Claudia Peebles-vice-president, Iris Treadway, Allene Lane, Ruth Lansdon. Row 2, Mike Hiers, Sue Weatherman, Sherry Puterbaugh, Rebecca Church, Sharon Grissom, Jeni Rhodes, Karen Neale, Kathie Neale, Linda Reid, Roger McLean. Row 3, Kent Brashears, Jay Beck, Marcia Mann, Cathy Rogers, Jo Anne Burk, Kathy Drake, Terisa Flournoy, Felicia Brown, Linda Maynard. Row 4, Valerie Barnes, Nancy Jersak, Marsha McCurtain, Linda Vaughn, Diane Philbin, Anne Howard, Susan Herndon, Brenda Bishop- Jones, Lynne Hubbell, Mary McCallon, Mrs. Ruth Lambeth-sponsor. Row 5, Cynthia Martin, Malinda Ingram, Jill Bryson, Cindy Kendall, Pam Bailey, Janet Eli, Becky Deaton, Peggy Stahl, Elaine Bishop- Jones, Susan Johnson, Miss Julie Hawkins-sponsor. Row 6, Debie Jones-president, Libby Sparling, Gayle Nutting, Jo Ellen Shuler, Janine Austin, Holly Mix, Martha Downer, Sherry Kramer, Patricia Roberts, Lynn Bilyeu. Left. Bedecked with a holly crown and wearing a toga, King Chris Fuldner surveys his subiects at the Latin Club Saturnalia's first coronation feast in hopes of establishing a tradition at Glendale, I utilizing knowledge of Latin to provide en'ter- Furthering their knowledge of the Latin lan- in programs of skits, songs, and games. Mythol- Glee Meredith Greg Mertz Rosemary Messick Connie Metcalf Donna Meyer Joe Meyer Kathy Miles Barbara Miller Jim Miller Virginia Miller Nancy Millsop Cindy Mitchell Laurie Mitchell Holly Mix Mike Montgomery Tim Montgomery Kenny Moore David Moots Steve Morton Margaret Mullikin Bob Murney Solly Napier John Neil Denise Newman Steve Newport Dennis Nix Jeff Nolte Ken Norton Joyce Nothum Mark Oglesby Susan O'Hara Chris Ormsbee David Paulsell Penny Payne Teresa Pearcy Patti Peele David Pertuche Kem-eth Peters Signe Peterson Tom Phillips Roger Pickney Lane Pierce Gary Pike Jon? Plank Debbie Plaster Beverly Posey David Powell Chuck Pratte Candy Price Gregg Prosser Lavonno Pulley Linda Purdy Sherry Puterbaugh Linda Rolls Mike Rand Chris Randall Susan Rotcliffe Joyce Record Alon Reed Tony Reichardt David Reid Lindo Reid Marla Rhea Jeni Rhodes Steve Richardson Janet Rinehart Jim Risner Sharon Robberson Dan Robbins Julie Roberts Philip Roberts Timothy Roberts Warren Robinett Pat Robinson Rusty Robinson Mike Roebke Cathy Rogers Judy Rogers Cathy Roscoe Kenneth Rose Nancy Roush Colleen Royd David Rumfelt Rodney Rush Becky Rushing Rich Schlueter Terri Schmidt Rick Schreiber Debbi Schultz Christine Scott Dennis Scott Roger Scott Tim Scruggs Jim Seaton Mike Selph Cathy Shaw . .,, .,, SENIOR Hl- Charles Horr Mike Cole, A Wilbur Brill Sheridan, N N ,L , V Q ' ' Row 4, Kelw h at 3 . 5 79, T, . , Danny Kees LV' VL tgiiz- J' 5 Lee Hall, Ca 'c ' f F' -' - V X - V A 'V 44 I-if C ' I - . TRI-Hi-Y-Rc Y 'Y 5- -viz". AA 'J ' Gammon, S nu. .I 1 M A f . Aj Linda Chur, V X I , 'P' Merrie Belln ' Judy Bond, if V "' " , " Cis Fischer. Q., N ' ' S? Q Wills, Donit J ' J T : Pennington, - 'V 4, Donna l Howard, Ju eV Sue Haseltii V i,., V , Becky Paul, V V ,V L . V, ,V MV V 1. Vg, VV Masters-cha X V, A V . ly Vi VV - fc. E , ,ff V 1 - iiiivi li- rye- , f .iii ' V Am V. , 3,-. .44 or il T V V surf 2 I ' i 'S is W in i i?-E J P ,-., A V V V A ' , T. '- tsr, 5 .,,i ' i ' A i r ...,. s if r - A. ra W 8' 1 -g Zgfi' X .,' ' - me W ' - 424 :,- f' -Vw 3, ,M .vw J 'i,- I ly' if " V ., ' . 2 J AA J 'f . . ' . VV V- T i hl ., , m l fl f-4 .k.r..,, . V V V x,V ,J ,VV V VV,V,V fy I fl - V, i,,- if ' i i f ' P ' s ,, RS' fr " 'I .- X , 1 1 ,- " " ' ' A 4 A 5 sd ' ALO. -' VV V in , V. . ,,-v- VV 3 VV -. l wi' 5 f -A , r f ,- M es .Am Vi., VV ' J - V ' .j,, , gre P-S4 , ' ' Ffh, , ' ,,,,,, ?' " fs VV VV 'N V . V V y i V VI. ,..,, AAIQIV ,A ,SKZVVVV - , V V VA VA ' A I 2 f 11- I F 'f"'1,, .fee V 1.0 strr f- 's pgi M: . 0 ,, V .,1 I1 s , 'f R r Ce ' '4 'N s fe' 1 Q3 Q of 'M' r Z?" Y F ' , ,M " ' --fri' f f , V' , - ' . 1 A ,"' , 2 , I -f rg 5 iw as P f - 7 V 'frm' , 'v jp i w' Q rg J -5. ku? I V V . Q V I VV , .fn " V , 1 " 1 , 1 r r I A ' V ,,V,V, V ': N Q- , , , , . J i . in f , 1 1 lx ' AAP A4 I we - i S ii it P 1 X Ao gl 9 Q A .9 .I Ag r 'f 1 ff , ., 1 SENIOR HI-Y-Row 7, Lynn Herndon Stephen Askew, Gary Murphy, Johnn Palm r I Y e 1 Charles Hornback, Paul White. Rick Krull. Row 2, Randy Smith, Ricky Stover, Mike Lewis, Mike Cole, Richard Carter, Russ Johnson, Terry Cunningham, Michael Allen. Row 3 Mr. Wilbur Brill-sponsor, Brad Smith, Mike Roberts, Don Daugherty, Bob Crocker, Doug Sheridan, Mike W ll D ' a ace, oyal Bryant, John Fowler, Robert Sullinger, Rusty Delnevo. Row 4, Kelvin Radford, David Siplinger, Jerry Schlink, Edward Hunt, Rex Record, Row 5, Danny Keeslar, Mike Cunningham, Rick Walker, Bruce Herndon, Jim O'Neal, Rob Jersak, Lee Hall, Carl Cannefax. TRI-HI-Y-Row 7, Patti Garrison, Jonnie Plank, Patricia Smith, Mickey Burgess, Marylu Gammon, Susan Bodey, Judy Wilson, Nancy Jersak, Gwen Campbell, Rebecca Church, Linda Church-historian, Delaine Ward, Marsha McCurtain, Debbie Turner. Row 2, Merrie Bellmann, Kay Hannon, Becci Buckner, Linda Jones, Susan Herndon, Jule Harrison, Judy Bond, Mary McCallon, Cathy Chapman, Karen Madsen, Donne Meyer, Debra Hall, Cis Fischer. Row 3, Mrs. Grace Taylor-sponsor, Debbie Hennessy, Cindy Wells, Vicki Wills, Donita Ellison, Cheryl McKinney, Brenda Jones, Candy Key, Zola Johnson, JoEllen Pennington, Judy Payne, Cathy Roscoe, Linda Freeman, Mrs. Rose Northcutt-sponsor. Row 4, Donna Atwill, Denise Filkens, Julia Boring, Cheryl Kane, Karen Henderson, Anne Howard, Julie Fleak-secretary, Jan Berry-vice president, Terry Stafford, Debbie Durham, Sue Haseltine, Jill Rhoten, Kathy May. Row 5, Jana McCurdy-treasurer, Linda Mitchell, Becky Paul, Donna Foster, Linda Vaughn, Suzette Keesler, Pam Gilmer, Kit O'Neill, Susan Masters-chaplain, Sara Clinkenbeard. 5 mi mt uxtultlt 'N-,., Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y ski, study governments Government programs, and a skiing trip filled the year for the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y clubs. Model City Government in February and Mod- el State Government in March provided insights into the working of the government. At the district convention December 7, offi- cers for Model State Government were chosen. John Fowler, Secretary of the Senate, Bruce Herndon, committee chairman of the House, and Suzy Murphy, Chaplain of the Senate, were elected to represent Glendale. On December 20, eighty members left for a four-day trip to Estes Park, Colorado, but ended up taking a five-day trip because snow-covered roads delayed their return. .rf Above. Jan Berry serves punch to a guest at the Tri-Hi-Y induction services. Left. Hi-Y Club members plan for their next meeting with Mr. James Bresee. . fl' VIS, i J W A 'Q . ,,- I I Linda Sherer Linda Sieckman Lynn Shipley Jo Ellen Shuler Karen Simmons Al Simpson Don Sissel Laura Skelly Don Slentz Ronnie Smiddy Barbara Smith Darwin Smith Debby Smith Mitchel Smith Patricia Smith Steve Smith Brad Smothers - Sam Snead Debbie Sauder Teresa Sparkman Kathy Spence Ronnie Spickard Becky Stafford Teresa Stansberry Jodi Stark Sue Steinert Peggy Stewart Bob Still Debbie Stratton Donna Summers Keith Summers Barbara Sumner Ronnie Sutherland Steve Sweet Susan Swegart Sharon Swift Jim Taylor Janice Thompson Judy Tilton Diane Tinen Alistair Trumbo Tom Tucker Debbie Turner Karen Turner Lorne Tweed Linda Vernon Stan Vest Debbie Virdon Steve Wait Paul Walden Lea Anne Walker Susan Wallace Marilyn Walter Deloine Ward Cynthia Warner Mike Wasson Dottie Watters Joe Bill Watters Benny Weatherford Allen Weatherly Phyllis Weaver Jim Weiler Cindy Wells Ted Whitaker Jeff White John White Mary Whitlock Carla Wicklein Alan Wiles Doug Wiles Edie Will Pam Williams Vicki Wills Ed Wilson Pau' Wilson Anita Winslow Alynne Withers Doug Witherspoon Bruce Wittmer Connie Wolfe Cynthia Wood Karen Woody Linda Woody James Woolley Roger Worley Linda Wiight Randall Wrinkle Kevin Wyatt Gail Young Paula Yaunq Dave Zapatka is f - l rv' ,,oA - , " -. , At N ' V 'Yx :X f s ' in , A N 'V I 'QS tn X :if rt N .3 R K ,ky L It ' kbht . C ' - Q "' ' fi 'Q 1 iv, rd! i i il: 3 lk J qi: It "E ii cf .Z V- I 5: ,, l-I, use f : I unix -. 3 'yi -' I I K A ,Ha xx Q l-i . J 0 W f' f- T ,, I f f 1 of-i .is t f f. fs " I- . - 1 'A - -.', ,-t , .,,. A I , T if me errrr s ,va t'-." VV V H ,, ,,.AV J - gi. ' 3 2 T - ff' ft q . 4' -I -4 I I vf,, U P T " x -ttt J tw . ' f 'Ar J.- -vm A I Ti'-'ri I V 4' A M! T15 j' 'fix 5 "Tp Hg el , 1 - 'i' xiieig. aii K 6 A A T. if in ?'?",fgj,,H . st ga in 1 , my I f'ZL . '?" ?'4QZ H 5 gl . A t 'tit ,f if fl ' f -S Qllfi I, , nff' "' , ' 1 ' f STL he Doing ers fou and son ldent passes, attendai the atte Aidin ants we and in c Stude by war A Ti A 'li V V , , ,M A ., 1 Ex i Z 0 A M ,A lf: 6 l I. i, ei: ., 1 " I: 1 ab- Q my 6 .,,,f,ff f f 5 ,fa jf! 2 J P ff f., .,.,.,....,,.,..,...1 of: l Student personnel helps school stoff Doing a variety of miscellaneous iobs, work- ers found their duties interesting, stimulating, and sometimes tedious. Identified by tags, office workers distributed passes, organized files, and ran errands. ln the attendance office students collected and recorded the attendance and bus lists. Aiding various teachers, lab and gym assist- ants were in charge of keeping equipment clean and in order for its next use. Students assisted in the library and cafeteria by working as student librarians and clerks. i l I l Wylie. l ,.,f"-'-'- . ,f W , i, If ' ' L r 0 .if,,, STUDENT WORKERS-Top-Row l, Jeanie Sooter, Lao Rubert, Jo Anne Burk, Sherri Bradley, Sydney Lawrence, Renee Henderson, Debbie Stine, Cindy Davis, Donna Atwill, Nancy Jersak. Row 2, Edward Skiffington, Mike Bagwell, Susan Skiffington, Janice Flood, Beth Friend, Melissa Moseley, Kathy Flanagan, Pat DeMate, Janet Keller, Gail Swartz. Row 3, Carolyn Strawn, Judi Buttram, Karen Woody, Sharlene Lasswell, Linda Carey, Janice Newman, Janice Pilkinton, Terri Correll, Judy Rogers, Ruth Lansdon. Row 4, Cindy Roberts, Jan Pierce, Theresa Gzula, Linda Denny, Brenda Hubbard, Vivian Owings, Elaine Roush, Sue King, Merrily Glotfelty, Nancy Horton. Row 5, Peggy Wright, Jodi Stark, Judy Flood, 'Debbie Turner, Susan Everett, Marty Henslee, Vicky Tyler, Lea Anne Walker, Marla Rhea, Chris Holdren, Pam Bagley. Row 6, Cathy Rogers, Brenda S. Jones, Becky Young, Carol Guthrie, Sherrie Culbertson, Mary Fredrick, Kathy Ledbetter, Rebecca Church, Malinda Ingram, Sandy Lofshult, Debbie Parten. STUDENT WORKERS-Bottom-Row T, Nae Ann Wingo, Carol Pickering, Linda Vaughn, Diane Philbin, Janet Rigg, Sharon Campbell, Felicia Brown, Kathy Drake, Terri Schmidt, Pam Hall, Allen Busick. Rovy 2, Gaylen Burch, Sharon King, Katherine Lawhon, Nanette Linderer, Lois Brown, Sherrie Breese, Debbie Rips, Julie Turner, Lee Courtney, Marcy Jensen, Row 3, Julie Matthews, Marsha Faught, Glinda Carey, Susan Johnson, Anita Winslow, R. C. Scanlon, Tom Montgomery, Pat Crocker, Denny Cantrell, Paul Stoddard, Bruce Herndon. Row 4, Bill Killian, Craig White, Mark Huffines, Greg Love, Teresa Sparkman, Steve Thomas, Debbie Bollinger, Zola Johnson, Kathy Dougan, Larry Floyd. Row 5, Karen Hockensmith, Libby Clawson, Jean Sellars, Libby Sparling, Steve Christiansen, Nancy Mayhall, Sharon Robberson, Susan Ratcliffe, Debbie Adkins, Tim Sweeney, Steve Ellis. Row 6, Bill Whitaker, Doug Heatherly, Jim Brown, Craig Brazeal, Larry Moll, Doug Hausmann, John Melton, David Jones, Doug Moellering, Gary Warren. Top left. Assuming the responsibility for some of the clerical duties, office helper Nancy Smith is one of the student workers who lighten the load of faculty and secretaries. Left. As a student worker, Catherine Lawson acts as cashier in the cafeteria during the five busy lunch hours. She returns the correct change to hungry Paul Augsburger. . Sherre Abbott Gary Absher David Adkins Debbie Adkins Jack Ahrens Nancy Allen Cindi Anderson Johnny Anderson Robert Anderson Judith Angedo Robert A. Appleby Robert B. Appleby Charles Arnall Carol Askew Lance Atkinson Cathy Atteberry Donna Atwill Janine Austin Marilyn Bagwell Barbara Bair Sammy Balden Rbichard Baldi Mike Baldwin Jack Bangert Senior committees instigcite proiects Marking its final year at Glendale, the senior class instigated a class proiect amidst the rush of college applications, tests, and graduation prac- tices. A program ot entertainment and decoration, pre- pared by committees made up ot all the class members, was initiated at Mercy Villa this Christ- mas. Hoping to bring Christmas cheer and spirit to the residents, seniors sang carols and made Christmas cards and favors for trays. The Ohio Psychological Test-required ot all seniors-the SAT, and the ACT were only a few ot the tests necessary tor college admission. Final decisions about college choices and scholar- ships were made with the help of counselors Mrs. Mildred Green and her many college bulletins. ra.-4 ""-..1 Cin ,, -yf 1 1'. it . ff, lf' In -, wtf. A. ., ' 'A-:XV r,,? 4,1 -it 4 x fa: fr J . 1 4' ,,lv,','l 1 s w, r f x s . , , . . tix lf v ll , - 'ff V. Left. Drummer "Mr. Rich" CRichie Richardsonl provides the resounding beat s ff l l l ' R3 to "Revolution" for the cheerleaders at a basketball pep assembly. f J VA l 1 - 'l 1 it ,M 1 V, x ff Jll ffl! Mx , 4 P. ,MMF Below. Senior class officers, President Bill Whitaker, Secretary JoAnna Simovic, -, Q il ll "'g'1'J,'l5 ff t, , .J U - If lf: 'f ' . lr. f. t f.,- r iw 1 "3 t X, , , Il ,M lflfdplv 'MJ 2 4 1 tl fl V 4 ,fs 1 ,y t, fi i.', .I , .,t, 4 W Q1 and Vice President Craig Brazeal, meet at Ken's to discuss business and enjoy the atmosphere created in the Early American pizza house. ,,, 3 Y' Im, 1.3, ,!fl 3 IVF 1 4 Q . H " aasumefe-7fe,fey,M'g, Q Above. During one of the senior class meetings, Jerry Brown hands out pamphlets for College Night to give seniors a better look at the colleges they will attend. Left. Encircled in an atmosphere of soft lights and fragrant flowers, Homecoming Queen Debbie Stine and escort Hugh Doak reveal their happiness during the Queen's Dance. Valerie Barnes Bill Baumberger Tom Beaver Lonnie Bechtel Debbie Bellman Ronnie Belt Ed Bentley Jan Berry Tim Bertholdi Elaine Bishop-Jones Susan Bodey Judy Bond 'Bob Boyer- Diane Boyer Paul Brammer Craig Brazeal Angela Breese Jim Brewer Jill Bricker Kay Bridger Barbara Brooks David Brown Jerry Brown Jim Brown Lois Brown Larry Brunner Galen Burch Allen Busiek Diane Bussell Jacqulin Callin Gwen Campbell Denny Cantrell Gilda Carey Linda Carey Richard Carlin Kathy Carnahan Doug Carson Cathy Cates Eddie Cearley Jacquetta Chambers Steve Christiansen Linda Church Sherry Clark Libby Clawson Laura Clinkenbeard Bill Coe Jacque Cole Roger Cole New .- filfm, Wwe Am J f Mag ofgfowxdg Rosemory ini iotesewa OVVL-ff ffl-ff-fc s Glendole AFS club f ifcff ciffafw 96 ' 6,441 Glendale's American Field Service foreign stu- Staying at the home of Laura and Sara Clink- enbeard, Rosemary supplemented her speaking activities such as participating in "Annie Get Your Gun," the Junior-Senior talent assembly, working on the art committee, and becoming an honorary This year or the first time, an AFS club was American sister Laura, and Mr. Harold Deiker, as- sistant principal. The purpose of the club was to acquaint the foreign exchange student with the Senior Laura Clinkenbeard, sel cted to represent Glendale in the AFS school year exchange pro- gram and Theresa Howard, iunior, in the summer program, will receive final confirmation in June. afrxal I Left. In the Junior-Senior Talent Assembly, Rosemary Lyon, AFS student, performs the Maori dance of New Zealand. Representing New Zealand, Rosemary Lyofljk? dent, took an active part in student life. egvmqj bv AAG!!!-Q engagements and classwork with various school QXUAQ, Scottie. ..,,VC,Q4 67 AVVQ5, fwwf ,formed under the direction of Rosemary, herfkvvbgv 61.91 student body. if ' A qxy GHS. . oc Er-f.Q,4, gt J 4 Above. "Delighted!" says Mrs. Potter-Porter, AFS student Rosemary Lyon, in a typically English manner as she extends her hand to Kathy Wade during "Annie Get Your Gun" rehearsals. s Left, AFS student, Rosemary Lyon, expresses amusement over a question directed towardlher during an explanation of New Zealand life to her third hour American Heritage class. Patty Connolly Claire Consolvo Chris Coonrod Rick Corley Danny Correll Genie Cottier Lee Courtney Judy Cox Ralph Cox Pat Crocker Rocky Crouch Cathy Crum Mary Crump Mike Cummingham Mike Dake Pat Dameron David Davenport Jhon Davidson Cindy Davis Diane Davis Larry Davis Richard Davis Keith Day Patrick Deaton Pat DeMate Jane Denby Terri Devine Chris Dietz Debbie Dillon Hugh Doak Cliff Doke Cindy Drake Teresa Drussa Debbie Durham Tom Durkin Pam Dyson Bob Ebe Sharron Eddleman Larry Edgar Patty Edwards Steve Ellis Gale Endicott David Erwin Judy Estes Connie Everett Marsha Faught Floyd Finney Cindy Fischer Reading symbol' lr l P CA Soc Chl Jor Thc Glc Val .lull Cla His Rar Hez Ga Brc Wa Reading and discussing his original poetry Dan Virnig senior casually explains the SYmbolrsm and themes of his work for a literary meeting of the Cambridge Society. CAMBRIDGE SOCIETY-Row 1, Mary Ann McCauley, Debbie Morton, Janet Keller, Gail Swartz, Jeanie Sooter, Iris Treadway, Claudia Pebbles, Nancy Jersak, Carolyn Strawn, Theresa Gzula, Cindy Jones, Linda Church. Row 2, Judy Wilson, Rosemary Lyon-Vice President, Pam Hornback, DeAnna Shultz, Brenda Jones, Becky Young, Nanette Linderer-President, Katy Tynes, Sammy Balden, Julie Matthews, Susan Thomasson, Elaine Bishop-Jones. Row 3, Susan Napier, Sherry Clark, Debbie Green, Nancy Horton, Merrily Glotfelty, Deanna Thrasher, Linda Owen, Gayle Nutting, Judi Buttram, Connie Everett, Alane Wetzel, Valerie Barnes, Dianne Bussell. Row 7, Melonie Fisher, Vicki Vienhage, Lance Atkinson, Margaret Wilcox, Julie Fleak, Janet Rigg, Sue Phillips, Andrea Kramer, Libby Sparling, Karen Hockensmith-Secretary, Libby Clawson, JilI.Bricker, Mrs. Velma Null-sponsor. Row 5, Miss Carmen Pyles-sponsor, Bob Hutchison- Historian, Steve Thomas, Doug Carson, Eddie Cearley, Dan Huitt, Jack Bangert, Steve Woodard, Laird Jones, Randy Horton, Mark Schmidt, Steve Russell, Lonnie Bechtel. Row 6, Larry Davis, Roger Stocker, Doug Heatherly, Larry Brunner, Bob Ebe, Doug Hausmann, Jim Brown, Steve Johnson, Patrick Deaton-Treasurer, Gary Warren, Chris Fuldner, Pete Lollar, Doug Moellering. Row 7, Mark Pellham, Rodger Schlink, Barbara Cambridge Society scitirizes clossics A medieval feast, complete with a boars head, at which the club members dressed as characters from English literature climaxed the activities of Cambridge Society comprised of English IVL students The lighter side of English was evident in skits presented Peanuts characters represented Chaucers pilgrims in a modern version of Can terbury Tales at the first meeting A laugh in skit in October featured humorous interpretations of famous quotes. Cambridge Society members also celebrated Lord Byrons birthday with a scavenger hunt and poetry readings. A spoof on Dickens Christmas Carol entertained members during the holidays. Guest speakers Dr. Mary Rose Sweeney and Dr. George Gleason discussed English In Todays Colleges and The Gothic Novel. A session on modern poetry, including original poems, was given in February by several club members. Below. Cambridge Society members Janet Rigg and Connie Watkins, enjoy their food at a Cambridge meeting. f' Y , f ' "1 5 ji, -. f 3 S' 'ff , FT' i f K "-Bibi -V -6.57 . A gtmfsgw . 1 Brooks, Karen Lewis, Kit O'Neill, Nancy Jordan, Linda Gibble, Jeanne Sanders, Karen Hull, Connie Watkins, Stephanie Smith, Jean Sellars, Laura Clinkenbeard. if Z Melonie Fischer Dana Fisher Shirley Fisher Julie Fleak Carolyn Flemming Janice Flood Terisa Flournoy Tom Forehand Donna Foster Larry Frank Beth Friend Chris Fuldner Alice Fuller Marylu Gammon Tom Gammon Rick Gann Nancy Garges Mike Garrison Linda Gibble Pam Gilmer Judy Gilmore Merrily Glotfelty Rick Goodale Lynnette Gott Jerry Gray Steve Grayless Debbie Green Nancy Green Allen Greer Jeanette Grisham Carole Groblebe Theresa Gzula Perry Halbert Chris Haldiman Pam Harbert Warren Hardy Jerry Harris Jule Harrison Douglas Hausrnann Stan Hawkins Linda Haynes Alva Hazell Barbara Hazell Douglas Heatherly Sheila Heatherly Renee Henderson Bruce Herndon Terri Hessee .' Q KEY C son, . Dietz, Treasu Wi Mark Patrick ANCHO Board, l Hornbac Shultz. Mix, Br Sponsor Posey, Cox-Se Hendersl fi 5 K ...sv .ri .,-. 1-v KEY CLUB Row 1 Dan Chiles Kent Brashears Bill Kolze Roger McLean Lance Atkin son Jim Miller Mark Pellham Roger Stocker Row 2 Bill Boxer David Reld Chris Dietz Jeff White Russ Rose Fred Ellison Greg Love Jim Taylor Warren Robinett Treasurer Row 3 Mr Russell King Sponsor Steve Johnson Nick Heatherly Bruce Wittmer Greg Johnston Dan Huitt Mitchel Smith Mr Paul Moore Sponsor Row 4 Mark Robinett Mike Lane Sandy White Bill Evans Danny Correll Laird Jones Randy Horton Doug Heatherly Bob Downer Ribbon Secretary Row 5 Bill Whitaker Mike McNabb John White Steve Ellis Steve Smith Jim Brown President John Brackley Patrick Deaton Secretary Gary Warren Vice President Phil Buterbaugh ANCHOR CLUB Row I Millie Wade Pam Woodm Karen Woody Junior Executive Board Linda Sherer Sue King Katy Tynes Row 2 Mrs Mary Lee Mires Sponsor Pam Hornback Marty Henslee Sherry Bates Janice Bauer Sherrie Culbertson DeAnna Shultz Row 3 Beverly Heidbrink Vice President Sue Weatherman President Holly Mix Brenda G Jones Brenda S Jones Karen Madsen Secretary Mrs Dee Mahan Sponsor Row 4 Martha Downer Sherry Kramer Leslie Long Nancy Baker Beverly Posey Melissa Morgan Susan Thomasson Row 5 Connie Everett Janet Rigg Judy Cox Senior Executive Board Sue Simpson Sophomore Executive Board Karen Henderson Andrea Kramer Sara Clinkenbeard. ., ,, ,,., . ,, ,,,,,w,, ., ,,,,, ,. , J .,M..,.,.,,s... M, .-f ' ' - '-?:":"'2B.L:f,,.' it Q-,-,. W f 4, -if ,i ,i um ,W rf H' 3 Anchor, Key Clubs ossist in proiects Anchor Club and Key Club the two service organizations at Glendale, were both active in assisting with school protects During December the clubs worked together on the annual Christ mas baskets Anchor Club girls made candles and cookies to supplement the baskets that Key Club members delivered As its yearly money making protect, Key Club constantly tried to sell game ribbons to students and faculty. Representing the Glendale Key Club senior Laird Jones served as Lt. Governor in the Missouri- Arkansas district. Anchor Club was active in outside activities which included presenting awards at a horse show and serving at a banquet at the Blind Cen- ter. Closing the school year, Anchor Club held its annual banquet. At that time the new officers for the 1969-70 school year were announced. ly- 2 rib' Above. Senior Mark Pellham encourages freshman girls to buy game ribbons sold in the ribbon sale held by the Key Club. Left. Providing candles and cookies for the Christmas baskets, Susan Thomasson and Sue Weatherman, Anchor Club members, present the product of their labors to Mrs. Dee Mahan. Charles Higginbotham Jim Hillhouse Karen Hockensmith Charley Hoke Sally Holbert Randy Holland Ann Hornback Pam Hornback Nancy Horton Randy Horton Mike Houston Anne Howard Kenny Howell Tim Howell George Hubbell Dan Huitt Karen Hull Ken Hunt Steve Huntley Bob Hutchison Ike Jackson Jan Jackson Nancy Jersak Karen Johnson Steve Johnson Susan Johnson Brenda Jones Cindy Jones David Jones Debie Jones Laird Jones Nancy Jordan David Kauffman Suzette Keeslar Janet Keller Robert Kerr Ellen King Sheryl King Sue King Robert Kleiber Andrea Kramer Mike Kynion Frank Langham David Larimore Sharlene Lasswell Mike Latimer Duane Laub Katherine Lawhon 'ar faq! Y X: -is' I all an l CHESS Cranc Hornback David 414 IW ff! 'ff MATH f Wilson derson dent, B Paul St ROW 41 Steve T Randy Augspu CHESS CLUB-Row l Mike Wilkinson-President Greg Solum Chris Griesbaum Cheryl Crandall-Secretary-Treasurer. Row 2 Debbie lsenberg-Vice President Dale Hyde Charles Hornback Bill Boxer Harold Ruf. Row 3 Kathy Wirt Hans Corba Rodney Pennington Chess, Moth Clubs involve tun, work Checkmate often challenged the wit power, and skills of the Chess club members at the su- pervised matches held bi-monthly. Learning the basics of chess, improving tactics and strategy and advancing knowledge of the game to be utilized for pleasure and competition were the purposes of the club. Probing and solving the scientifics of math theories equations and computer mathematics were discussed and debated at the Math Club meetings. Math Club members also presented programs on fields in math including topography and cyclids. Left. Pat Forsythe is helped by Garrick Eastwood during one ofthe Math Club meetings where they solve difficult problems. David Siplinger, Mark Bates, Raymond Schrdder. I I I I I I I I MATH CLUB-Row I, Penni- Ann Potter, Melissa Moseley, Nancy Ebe, Becci Buckner, Judy Wilson, Carol Guthrie, Lynne Hubbell, Jana McCurdy, Linda Mitchell. Row 2, Karen Hen- derson, Susan Schneider, Cathy Clary, Peggy Dwyer, Tim Roberts, Jim Miller-Vice Presi- dent, Bill Kolze, Merrily Glotfelty, Libby Sparling. Row 3, Pat Forsythe, Nancy Burkey, Paul Stoddard, Mike Dake, Larry Edgar, Don Daugherty, Donna Jones, Barbara Brooks. Row 4, Carolyn Kelley, Fred Ellison, Tim Bradley, Mike Lane, Mike Rand, Gregg Hlavaty, Steve Thomas, Mark Schmidt, Warren Robinett-President. Row 5, Steve Sullins-Treasurer, Randy Horton, Steve Christiansen, Garrick Eastwood, Patrick Deaton, Mike Scheele, Paul Augspurger, Phil Buterbaugh, Jim Brown, Mr. Wayne Nelson-Sponsor. -4 b Sophomore Chess Club member Cheryl Crandall concentrates intensely QB! her next move at one of the bi-monthly meetings. X Sydney Lawrence Robert Leidy Carol Leisenring Karen Lewis Debbie Lightner Judy Liles Marilyn Lilly Nanette Linderer Terry Loflin Sandy Lotshult Pete Lollar Janice Lotterer Danny Loveland Dorelen Luce Robert Lurvey Rosemary Lyon Susie Mace Carol Maddy Derius Mammen Nancy Martin Rebecca Mason Julie Matthews Mike Mayhall Carla McCaIlister Mary Ann McCa uley Tom McClaskey Larry McCIernon Jackie McCracken Marsha McCurtain Larry McGuire Mike McKay Rondi McKeen Mike McKinney Steve Meyer Connie Miller Mark Miller Rebecca Miller Steve Miller Linda Mitchell Doug Moellering David Moffis Larry Moll Sam Montgomery Tom Montgomery Melissa Morgan Debbie Morton Susan Mumaugh Sue Munhollon l l S , Drcimcttics presents cissemblies Annie Hours ot researching, discussing, writing, and rewriting are The beginning steps in producing an assembly. Participants tor The assembly are cast and then begins the seemingly endless iob of planning movement, memorizing lines, perfecting The lighting and countless technical aspects, de- signing and constructing sets and rehearsing again and again. Preparations tor The musical, "Annie Get Your Gun" are very similar to the work of presenting an assembly only on a much larger scale. Sewing machines hummed all day in The costume-draped dramatics room and ladders skidded across The stage as the largest backdrops ever used at Glen- dale vvere hung and painted. Months in advance, cast members began researching, analyzing, mem- orizing and practicing their parts during even- ing rehearsals in an empty' building. Left. Dana Randall and Kathy Wade, lead actors in Annie Get Your Gun, put in practice time after school. , 4 A Above. Portraying Annie Oakley's brother and sisters, Mike Highfill, Debby Sparkman, and Lao Rubert practice with the cast many long hours after school. Left. Conveying a seasonal spirit in the annual Christmas assembly, Alynne Withers and Hugh Doak portray Mary and Joseph in the Nativity Scene. Carole Myers Susan Napier Charlie Neff Terry Neil Linda Nielsen Sandy Neufeld Janice Newman Curtis Nichols James Nimmo Dorothy Nixon Debie Nowlin Gayle Nutting Sandy Oakes David Oglesby Kit O'Neill Linda Owen Debbie Parten Becky Paul Kenneth Pearce Stephen Pease Claudia Peebles Mark Pellham Donna Perkins Diane Philbin Sue Phillips Carol Pickering Becci Pierce Randy Poindexter Bob Presley Charles Price Jerry Price Steve Price Tom Pruitt Debbi Raines Dana Randall Sarah Randle Steve Rauscher Terry Record Pamela Redwing Billy Reed Judy Reed Sharon Reed Frank Reynolds Scott Rhodes Robin Richards Suzann Ridenour Janet Rigg Gregg Rippee At a di Mr. Wil may ?l:7M'2?2' l r ma? M In ,.,..,?!i,? , i ,',f At a dinner meeting of the History Club, Biafran Herbert Onuighbo holds the attention of Mr. William Wetzel and Edie Will. 1 Wi History Club views stote's oldest city Joining with the French Club, the Glendale History Club traveled to Sainte Genevieve, the oldest established city in Missouri, tor one of its rnaior proiects of the year. The French city of Sainte Genevieve, located sixty miles south of St. Louis, provided a day of sight seeing tor the two clubs. The Annual History Fair, April T7 and 18, was again sponsored by the club. Awards were pre- sented to the individual winners of the different judging divisions that were set up by club mem- bers. A series ot dinner meetings were held through- out the year. These meetings usually featured outside speakers who spoke on subiects of inter- est to the group. The T968-69 season of History Club was climaxed with a picnic in May. HISTORY CLUB-Row 1, Kathy Hicklin, Scot Franson, Kris Goehr- ing, Claudia Peebles, Gail Swartz, Phyllis Eggers, Nancy Marler, Judy Wilson, Lynne Hubbell, Sherry Bates, Beverly Gibson, Sammy Balden. Row 2, Cathy Chapman, Sherrie Culbertson, Mary McCallen, Jana McCurdy, Linda Mitchell, Katy Tynes, Brenda G. Jones, Debbie Hennessy, Toni Reichardt, Kathy Dedmon, Susan Masters. Row 3, Julie Matthews, Susan Thomasson, Elaine Bishop- Jones, Dianne Bussell, Charlie German, Kevin Lollar, David McCory, Linda Vaughn, Connie Miller, Rosemary Lyon, Mr. William Wetzel-Sponsor. Row 4, Chris Scruggs, Karen Hock- ensmith, Susan Schneider, Steven Jennings, Rick Bilyeu, Rex Finley, Curt Hanawalt, Sherry Kramer, Martha Downer, Candy Key, Andrea Kramer. Row 5, Steve Sullins, Eddie Cearley, Benny Weatherford, Lynn Bilyeu-Vice President, Jim Risner, Edie Will-Secretary, Michael- Fuller, Barbara Hawkins, Larry Edgar, Barbara Brooks, Kit O'Neill, Mike Selph. Row 6, Bob Ebe, Sara Clickenbeard, Stephanie Smith, Jean Sellars, Laura Clickenbeard, Carolyn Kelley, Connie Brooks, Greg Love, Bob Still, Mark Hutfhines, Roger Edger. Row 7, Allen Schellack, Bob Hutchison, Mark Pellham, Mitchel Smith, Randy Horton- President, Scott Rhodes, Gary Warren, Phil Buterbaugh, Tom Bouldin, Mike Crighton, Steve Ellis, Mark Schmidt. frm., ,mx Carol Rishworth Dennis Ritter Mike Roberts Pat Roberts Pat Robinson Cindy Rogers Nick Rogers Rickey Rose Elaine Roush Lao Rubert Steve Russell Cristi Sala Gail Sanders Jeanne Sanders R C Scanlon Mike Scheele Alan Schellack Rodger Schlink Mark Schmidt Sandy Schmidt Cathy Schneider Gary Schroeder Stephanie Scillian Chris Scruggs Jean Sellars Mari Selle Vickie Sexton Sharon Shain Dave Sharp Becky Sheets Beverly Sheldon Betsy Shirley DeAnna Shultz JoAnna Simovic Harriette Singleton Kevin Singleton Robin Siplinger Jeanne Smallwood Brad Smith Judy Smith Nancy Smith Stephanie Smith Lonny Snodgrass Jeanie Sooter Elvin Southard Debra Sparkman Libby Sparling Dan Spickard Elaine Spindler Gary Spradling Helen Stacey Jane Stafford Larry Stahl Janell Stansberry Donald Starkey Linda Stevens Vicki Stewart Debbie Stine Roger Stocker Paul Stoddard 1,,f fmf' -v , 2-f Wm' -. ' 1, ' : mat Nr' 'J' -Cf-1. QUILL Burk, ' Weathe Paula Elaine Miss B Jeanne l l , I f N 1 V, '13 QUILL AND SCROLL-Row l, Allene Lane, Cindy Lipscomb, Sherri Bradley, Jo Anne Burk, Claudia Peebles, Kathy Dedmon, Phyllis Eggers. Row 2, Nancy Marler, Sue Weatherman-Treasurer, Sherry Bates, Jana McCurdy, Terri Schmidt, Mary McCallon, Paula Collins. Row 3, Valerie Barnes, Alane Wetzel-Vice President, Carol Pickering, Elaine Bishop-Jones, Susan Thomasson-President, Tim Roberts, Chris Randall. Row 4, Miss Norma Malone-Sponsor, Judy Cox, Angela Breese, Connie Watkins-Secretary, Jeanne Sanders, Mitchel Smith, Steve Johnson. Quill ond Scroll encouroges ccireers To encourage iournalism careers and gain a practical knowledge of iournalism in the commu- nity, Quill and Scroll, international honorary iour- nalism society, sponsored banquets, parties, and speakers. Traditional formal initiation services installed new members during a banquet in January. For the first time, the Glendale chapter hosted an intra-city party for journalists from the four Springfield high schools. 'ln addition to entertain- ment with humorous skits, the party placed em- phasis on iournalism education. Quill and Scroll members who attended summer journalism clinics spoke to the club at one monthly meeting. At the annual city-wide banquet in May, outstanding staff members were honored and Quill and Falcon staffs were named for the coming year. Left. While watching their candles, Quill and Scroll members Paula Collins and Nancy Marler become formally initiated. Below. Quill and Scroll officers Alane Wetzel, Susan Thomasson, Sue Vlleatherman, and Connie Watkins, invite iournalism students from the other schools to a party. Q , l i l Bill Stokes Shelby Stone Carolyn Strawn Mike Styer Steve Sullins Teresa Sumner Bob Swackhamer Gail Swartz Pam Temple Sue Templeman Brad Thomas Steve Thomas Right. Rehearsing one of their favorite songs, Student Director Dana Randall leads the Junior-Senior Choir during a practice session. MADRIGAL-Row 7, Kathy Hicklin, Jim Risner, Benny Weatherford, Katlny Wade, Virginia Miller. Row 2, Peggy Killian, Dennis deGraad, Jim Nimmo, Carol Leisenring. Row 3, Margaret Wilcox, Ed Wilson, Chuck Pratte, Linda Stevens, Mr. James Shollenberger-director. 1 Q .al 1 Ml" Susan Thomasson Donnie Thompson Tim Thompson Tom Thompson Deanna Thrasher Brad Thuston Martin Thimesch t l Leo Toka rczyk -... Steve Tolliver Paula Trapp lris Treadway Debbie Tribble Mikee Trotter Pat Trotter Katy Tynes 24. ,i f Linda Vaughn Vicki Vienhage Robert Vinyard Daniel Virnig Kathy Wade Millie Wade Rick Walker Gary Warren Nancy Warren Connie Watkins 2' Right In a Science Club meeting after school, club members prepare to carry out one of the many test experiments to be demonstrated. Sharon Weatherly Perry Weatherman Sue Weatherman Teresa Weatherman Kathy Webb Arlan Weibel Janice Westfall Alane Wetzel Jackie Whillans Bill Whitaker Donna White Jim White Sandy White Margaret Wilcox Stan Wilgus Ed Wilkinson Larry Willhite Dan Williams Judy Wilson Susan Winget Nae Ann Wingo Steve Woodard Cynthia Woodin Peggy Wright Patsy Wrinkle Doug Wultf Becky Young SCIENCE 1 Cantrell, l Tommy Di Randy Ba: Downer-N Tokarczyk. Tim Bradlf Lane-Trea Garrick Ea: SCIENCE CLUB-Row l, Lorne Tweed Laurie Mitchell-Secretar , Susan M d R b , y aynar , o in Cantrell, Nancy Ebe, Linda Maynard, Sue Danielsen, Stan Myers. Row 2, Ricky Stover, Tommy Dickey, Raymond Burger, Jim Geringer, Rex Finley, Mike Jehle, Mark Masters, Randy Bass. Row 3, Steve Anderson, Randy Dietz, Peggy Dwyer-Historian, Martha D - . . . owner Vice President, Verna Rolufs, Steve Teller, Bill Boxer Rusty Robinson, Greg Tokarczyk. Row 5, Mr. Richard Rose-Sponsor, Greg Love, Bob' Thompson, Jill Looney, Tim Bradle St W od ' ' ' ' y, eve o ard, Michael Fuller, Daniel Crane. Row 5, Jack Lilley, Mike Lane-Treasurer, Mitchel Smith, Bob Downer-President, John Davidson, Doug Heatherly, Garrick Eastwood, Joe Ratcliff. Mr""f",J FNA, Science Club stimulcite interest Seeking to stimulate scientific interest of its members, the Science Club presented a varied program of field trips and speakers. The Science Fair, April l2, was sponsored by the club to give members and others a chance to display their knowledge and work. Service projects and field trips filled the Future Nurses of America's agenda. Christmas proiects included adopting a child from the Children's Home, and making tray favors for the patients of local rest homes. Nursing schools and other places of interest were toured by the members. NURSES' CLUB-Row l, Terri Carroll, Lori Key, Sandie Flippo, Debbie Drummond, Pam Rogers. Row 2, Miss Mary O'Brien, Pat Steinbecker, Cathy Francis, Kathy Kindig, Julie Turner, Mrs. June Fender. Row 3, Holly Mix-Secretary-Treasurer, Nancy Baker, Lee Ann Bittle-President, Donna Jones, PBQQY Slahl"VlCe President' Top. Mr. Charles Martien, a local archeologist, speaks to the Glendale Science Club members during a f99Ul5" meetmg' Left. FNA club members Peggy Stahl and Lee Ann Bittle deliver flower arrangements while working 55 C3ndY Slfipels' ft , , Z Largest GHS graduating class leaves school with knowledge The Senior Summary contains information that students gave the editors. Students in- cluded activities in which they participated while attending other high schools. SHERRE ABBOTT-Safety Council 35 History Club 25 Art Club 35 Annie Get Your Gun 45 FHA i, 25 Campus Life 3, 4. GARY ABSHER-Spanish Club 35 Science Club 'l. DEBBIE ADKINS-FTA 35 FHA 2, 35 Student Worker 3, 4. JACK AHRENS-COE 45 Baseball 'l, 25 Football i. MICHAEL ALLEN-French Club l5 Art Club 45 Science Club 35 Hi-Y 45 Library Club 35 Student,Worker 3. NANCY ALLEN-FNA 2. CYNTHIA ANDERSON-Anchor Club 35 FTA l, 3, Treasurer 45 Library Club l, 25 FHA 25 Stu- dent Worker 2, 35 Cadet Teaching 45 Model City Government 4. DON ANDERSON-Track l5 Sophomore Choir, Lettermen's Club l, 25 Basketball i, 25 Foot- ball 2. ROBERT ANDERSON-Intramural Bowling 3, 4. JUDI ANGELO-Annie Get Your Gun 45 FNA 1, 25 Cadet Band 15 Band 2, 3, drum maiorette 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Pep Club i. ROBERT A. APPLEBY-FBLA 35 COE 4. ROBERT B. APPLEBY-Representative Assembly 'l, 2, 3, 45 Class President 35 FBLA 4. CHARLES ARNALL-Coin Club 35 Intramural Bowling 45 Intramural Swimming 4. PAUL ASEL-Spanish Club 35 Track i5 Foot- ball 1. CAROL ASKEW-Representative Assembly 'I, 25 Junior-Senior Choir accompanist 4. DAVID ATKINS-Library Club 25 Tennis 2, 3, 4. LANCE ATKINSON-Cambridge Society 45 French Club 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Math Club 3, 4. CATHY ATTEBERRY-Annie Get Your Gun 45 FHA 1, 2, 3. DONNA ATWILL-Representative Assembly 1, 2, 3, alternate 45 Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 35 Art Club 15 Debate 2, 3, 45 Anchor Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 FBLA 45 Student Worker 45 Pep Club l. JANINE AUSTIN-Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Band Twirler 2, 3, 4. MARILYN BAGWELL-Tri-Hi-Y I5 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 Sophomore Choir5 FHA 2. BARBARA BAIR-FHA 35 FNA 25 Student Work- er 35 Model City Government 4. SAMMY BALDEN-Representative Assembly 45 Cambridge Society 45 Art Committee 45 Span- ish Club i, 2, 35 Safety Council 25 History Club 45 Art Club 35 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 Glen- garry Scots 3, 45 Pep Club i5 AFS 25 Cosmo- politan Club 2. MIKE -BALDWIN-Football i, 2, 3. JACK BANGERT-Cambridge Society 45 Spanish Club 35 Debate 45 Representative Assembly Alternate i5 Safety Council Alternate 4. VALERIE BARNES-Representative Assembly 'l, 2, 35 Cambridge Society 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Safety Council l5 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 FBLA 35 Band i5 Pep Club I5 Falcon index editor 45 Quill staff 4. ' TOM BEAVER-Safety Council' 35 Science Club 1, Track 2, FBLA 3, coE 4, Baseball 1, Football 2. LONNIE BECHTEL-Representative Assembly 2, 3, 45 Cambridge Society 45 Annie Get Your Gun 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track i, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 'l, 25 Football 'l, 2, 3, 4. DEBBIE BELLMAN-Representative Assembly 45 GAA i, vice president 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 'l. RONNIE BELT-Track 2. JAN BERRY-Tri-Hi-Y 2, vice president 35 FHA 35 Sophomore Choir 25 Graduated in 3 years. TIM BERTHOLDI-Representative Assembly 15 Safety Council 15 Basketball manager 1. NANCY BEVILLE-Cambridge Society 45 Debate 45 Nlatb Club 3, 45 AFS 35 Pep Club 45 National Honor Society 4. ELAINE BISHOP-JONES-Representative Assem- 'bly 2, 3, 45 Elections Committee 35 Cambridge Society 45 Hospitality Commissioner 45 Latin Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 45 History Club 3, 45 Falcon Royalty 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Anchor Club 35 FTA l5 Junior-Senior Choir 35 Sophomore Choir5 Glengarry Scots Twirler 3, 45 Pep Club T5 Falcon index editor 45 Quill staff 45 Model City Government Councilman 45 Girls' State 35 Girls' Nation 35 Campus Life 3, 45 Teen Talk 45 Sing-Out 3. STEPHEN BODANSKE-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Presi- dent 45 Band l, 2, 35 Track i5 Football 2. SUSAN BODEY-Tri-Hi-Y 45 Pep Club 'l. JUDY BOND-Tri-Hi-Y 45 FHA 'l. BOB BOYER-Representative Assembly 15 Latin Club 3, 45 Safety Council 35 Golf 2. DAVID BOYER-Wrestling 3. 'BILL BOXER-Representative Assembly 2, 35 Spirit Committee 35 Latin .Club i, 2, 35 Debate 35 Key Club 2, 35 Science Club i, 2, 35 Chess Club 35 Coin Club 35 Class Vice President 25 Golf 2, 35 Graduated in 3 years. PAUL BRAMER-Representative Assembly T5 Public Relations Committee5 Debate 35 Letter- men's Club 3, 45 Football i, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling l, 2, 3. .AIG BRAZEAL-Representative Assembly 1, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 History Club l, 25 Camelot 35 Class Vice President 45 COE Parliamentarian 45 Student Worker 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track i5 Wrestling 3. ANGELA BREESE-Latin Club 3, 45 History Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 FTA 35 Student Worker 45 Orchestra 15 Pep Club i5 Falcon Layout Editor 45 Quill staff 45 National Merit Finalist5 MU Curator Certificate of Recognition. JIM BREWER-COE 4. JILL BRICKER-Cambridge Society 45 French Club 45 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 National Merit Finalist. KAY BRIDGER-Representative Assembly 1, 3, 45 Spirit Committee 45 Student Council Vice President 45 Safety Council 35 History Club 2, 35 Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 45 Anchor Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Library Club T5 FHA i, 2, 35 Class Secretary i, 35 FBLA 'I5 Madrigal 35 Junior-Senior Choir 35 Pep Club l, 25 Cheerleader 15 Falcon staff 45 Quill Business Manager 45 Model City Government Council- man 45 Model State Government Representative 3, 45 Campus Life 2, 3, 45 Sing-Out 2, President 35 National "Up With People5" Yearbook staff I. BARBARA BROOKS-Cambridge Society 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 3, 45 FTA 'I5 FHA l, 45 Pep Club 15 Math Club 4. DAVID BROWN-Carousel 25 Camelot 35 Annie Get Your Gun 45 Science Club i, 25 Madrigal 2, 3, 45 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 Sophomore Choir5 Track 3. JERRY BROWN-Representative Assembly l, 3, 45 Safety Council 25 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track l, 25 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Football 'l. JIM BROWN-Cambridge Society 45 Parking Lot and Grounds Commissioner 45 Latin Club l, 25 Key Club 2, 3, President 45 Student Worker 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 45 Track i, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 3, 45 Hall of Fame King. LOIS BROWN-Safety Council 25 FBLA 3, Vice President 45 Student Worker 35 Pep Club i. LARRY BRUNNER-Representative Assembly 35 Cambridge Society 45 Baseball l, 3, 45 Basket- ball l, 2, 35 Football i, 2, 45 MU Curators Scholarship Award. GALEN BURCH-Representative Assembly 15 Safety Council 2, 35 FTA 3, 45 FHA 45 FBLA 25 Student Worker 3, 45 Sophomore Choir5 Pep Club i. ' ALLEN BUSIEK-Science Club l, 2, 35 Tennis 3, 4. DIANNE BUSSELL-Cambridge Society 45 French Club 3, 45 Safety Council 25 History Club 45 Annie Get Your Gun 45 Student Worker 2, 3, 45 Glengarry Scots 3, maiorette 45 GAA i5 Pep Club i5 Model City Government 45 Hall of Fame finalist. JUDI BUTTRAM-Representative Assembly 35 Cambridge Society 45 Safety Council 45 Carou- sel 25 Camelot 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Student Worker 45 Junior-Senior Choir 35 Sophomore Choir5 Class Secretary 2. JACQULIN CALLIN-Dramatic performance 35 Library Club l, 25 FHA l, 25 FBLA 45 Band i, 2, 35 Captain Girls' Intramurals 3. GWFN CAMPBELL-FTA 3, tri-Hi-Y 4, FHA 4, FBLA 45 Pep Club 1. DENNY CANTRELL-Representative Assembly l, 45 Spanish Club 35 Student Worker 45 Track l5 Football 'l, 2, 3. GILDA CAREY-Student Worker 4. LINDA CAREY-FNA 25 Student Worker 4. KATHRYN CARNAHAN-French Club 35 Safety Council 45 Art Club 4. DOUG CARSON-Representative Assembly 45 Cambridge Society 45 Swimming l, 2, 3, 4. CATHY CATES-Representative Assembly alter- nate 25 Library Club i, 25 COE Secretary 4. EDDIE CEARLEY-Representative Assembly 45 Cambridge Society 45 History Club 45 Science Club i5 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track i, 2, 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Junior Leadership Committee 35 Welcoming Committee 45 Model City Government Councilman 4. JACQUETTA CHAMBERS-FHA 1, 2, 3, Student Worker l, 2, 35 GAA i, 2, 35 Pep Club 'l. . STEVE CHRISTIANSEN-Representative Assembly 3, 45 Safety Council 25 Math Club 45 Student Worker 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 45 Football 3, 4. LINDA CHURCH-Representative Assembly l5 Cambridge Society 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Dramatic Performance i5 Camelot 35 Annie Get Your Gun5 Anchor Ciub 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 'l, 2, 3, Historian 45 Student Worker 15 Junior- Senior Choir 3, 45 Yearbook staff i5 Sing-Out 3, 4. SHERRY CLARK-Cambridge Society 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. LIBBY CL. 45 Social Latin Club i5 Studer Glengarry LAURA C bly 45 Ar French Cl Club 2, 3, JIM COAT BILL COI 25 Safety tra 1, 2, JACQUE Club 'l. ROGER C nate 45 F PAT CON CLAIRE C 3, 45 Pep CHRIS CC 45 Latin Cadet Ban RICK CO 2, 4. DANNY C 35 Model I LEE COUI nate 45 I Student Xi Club 'I, 2, JUDY CC bridge Sc 45 Spanis Club 35 . 3, 45 AF Editor 45 RALPH C PAT CRC Student l 45 Track 45 Wrestli ROCKY I Lettermer 1, 2, 3, 4 CATHY C MARY C1 Band 'l5 E MIKE CU MIKE DA PAT DAN JOHN Falcon s Sing-Out CINDY I alternate social ch 2, 4. DIANE D LARRY Il Baseball KEITH D' 25 Tri-Hi- PATRICK! Cambrid Annie G tary 45 Participa PAT DE JANE D ish Club TERRI Council DEBOR Sophom JENNIE Spanish forman Choir 2, 3, 4. HUGH Spanish lub ll, FHA T, Madrigal 'Club l, 2, 'ill Business nt Council- presentative 2, President ook staff T. ety 4, Latin TA l, FHA ot 3, Annie 2, Madrigal Sophomore embly T, 3, Club 3, 4, ootball 'l. Parking Lot Club l, 2, t Worker 4, , 3, Basket- iasketball 'I, :me King. BLA 3, Vice o Club 1. issembly 3, , 4, Basket- lU Curators ssembly T, l'lA 4, FBLA wore Choir, , 3, Tennis y 4, French ary Club 4, Iorker 2, 3, GAA 'l, Pep lall of Fame ssembly 3, :il 4, Carou- lent Worker nore Choir, ormance 3, LA 4, Band 3. 4, FHA 4, Assembly I, 4, Track l, orker 4. J 3, Safety ssembly 4, 2, 3, 4. :mbly alter- cretary 4. ssembly 4, 4, Science lck l, 2, 3, e 3, Junior Committee man 4. 3, Student i Club 'I. e Assembly 4, Student Track 2, 3, ssembly 1, lub 2, 3, 3, Annie Tri-Hi-Y T, I, Junior- I , Sing-Out 4, Spanish LIBBY CLAWSON-Representative Assembly T, 4, Social Committee 4, Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Safety Council 2, Science Club i, 'Student Worker 3, 4, Sophomore Choir, Glengarry Scots Vice President 4. LAURA CLINKENBEARD-Representative Assem- bly 4, Art Committee 4, Cambridge Society 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club T, 2, 3, History Club 2, 3, 4: Art Club T, 3, 4, AFS President 4. JIM COATS-Band l. -. BILL COE-Representative Assembly alternate 2, Safety Council T, COE President 4, Orches- tra 'l, 2, 3, Track 'I, Football l, 2, 3, Band 3. JACQUE COLE-Orchestra T, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 'l. ROGER COLE-Representative Assembly Alter- nate 4, FFA Parliamentarian 'l, Intramurals. PAT CONNOLLY-Pep Club l, Sing-Out 3. CLAIRE CONSOLVO-French Club 3, 4, FBLA 3, 4, Pep Club l. CHRIS COONROD-Representative Assembly 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Cadet Band T, Band 2. RICK CORLEY-Junior Achievement 2, Tennis 2, 4. DANNY CORRELL-Key Club 3, 4, Boys' state 3, Model City Government 4. LEE COURTNEY-Representative Assembly alter- nate 4, Falcon staff 4, intramural Bow'ling 4, Student Worker 4, Parkviewer 3, Audio-Visual Club 'l, 2, 3. JUDY COX-Representative Assembly 4, Cam- bridge Society 4, Public Relations Commissioner 4, Spanish Club 2, secretary 3, 4, History Club 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, AFS 4, Falcon staff 4, Quill Associate Editor 4, MU Curators Certificate of Recognition. RALPH COX-Track 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. PAT CROCKER-Representative Assembly T, 2, Student Worker 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Track 'l, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. ROCKY CROUCH-Safety Council 'l, FBLA 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Football l, 2, 3, 4. CATHY CRUM-Pep Club l. MARY CRUMP-FHA l, 2, 3, 4, AFS 4, Cadet Band l, Band 2, 3. MIKE CUNNINGHAM-Hi-Y 4, Track 4. MIKE DAKE-Math Club 4. PAT DAMERON-FBLA 4, Pep Club l. JOHN DAVIDSON-Science Club 4, AFS 4, Falcon staff 4, Quill Assistant Sports Editor 4, Sing-Out 4, Junior Red Cross 2. CINDY DAVIS-Representative Assembly T, 2, alternate 4, French Club 3, 4, FHA T, 4, FBLA social chairman 3, secretary 4, Student worker 2, 4. DIANE DAVIS-COE 4, Junior-Senior Choir 4. LARRY DAVIS-Cambridge Society 4, Track 2, Baseball l, Wrestling 2. KEITH DAY-Safety Council 2, 4, Science Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3. PATRICK DEATON-Representative Assembly T, Cambridge Society treasurer 4, Latin Club T, 2, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Key Club 2, 3, Secre- tary 4, Math Club 4, NSF Summer Program Participant 3. PAT DE MATE-Student Worker l, 4. JANE DENBY-Representative Assembly 4, Span- ish Club 3, FHA 3, Pep Club 'l. TERRI DEVINE-FBLA 3, 4, Pep Club l, Student Council T, Art Club 1, History Club 1. DEBORAH DILLON-Junior-Senior Choir 3, 4, Sophomore Choir, Pep Club 'l. JENNIE DISCHMAN-Cambridge Society 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Art Club T, Dramatic Per- formances 2, 3, FTA 4, FHA l, 2, Junior-Senior Choir 3, 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Pep Club 'l, 2, 3, 4. HUGH DOAK-Representative Assembly l, Spanish Club 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Student A mortarboard and a tassel become a senior's tangible symbols of graduation and the prestige related to those memorable last days which are spent in the traditional ceremonies that present the student to the world. Worker 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 'Track l, 2, Football l, 2, 3. CLIFF DOKE-Track 'l. CINDY DRAKE-Latin Club 3, Safety Council 2, FBLA 3, Pep Club T. TERESA DRUSSA-Representative Assembly 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Camelot 3, COE 4, Student Worker 3. DEBBIE DURHAM-Representative Assembly 2, French Club 3, 4, Safety Council 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. PAM DYSON-FHA 2, Pep Club 1, Intramural Bowling 2, 3. BOB EBE-Representative Assembly 4, Cam- bridge Society 4, Elections Commissioner 4, Latin Club 3, 4, History Club 4, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Student Worker 4, Teen Talk 4, Model City Government Council- man 4, Boys' State, Eagle Club President l. SHARRON EDDLEMON-Junior Play 3, FBLA 4, Band l, Twirler 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA Treasurer 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Class Secretary 2, National Honor Society 3. LARRY EDGAR-Safety Council 4, History Club 4, Art Club 4, FBLA 3, 4, Football l, Math Club 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. PATTY EDWARDS-Band l, 2, 3, FNA l, 2, 3. STEVE ELLIS-Representative Assembly 4, French Club 3, 4, Safety Council 3, History Club 4, Dramatic Performance 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Class Vice President 2, FBLA President 4, Student Worker 4, Basketball T, 2, Football l, 2, Golf 2, Track T, 2, National Honor Society 2, Industrial Arts Club T, National Thespian Society 2, Math Club 2, Speech 2. JUDY ESTES-Spanish Club Vice President 3, Pep Club l.' CONNIE EVERETT-Cambridge Society 4, French Club T, 2, 3, President 4, History Club 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, FHA I, AFS 4, Glengarry Scots 3, 4, Pep Club T. MARSHA FAUGHT-FHA 3, 4, FBLA 4, Student Worker 4, Pep Club T. PHILLIP FILLMORE-FFA l, 2, 3, COE 4, Track 1. FLOYD FINNEY-Hi-Y 2. CINDY FISCHER-Latin Club 3, 4, Pep Club 'l. MELONIE FISCHER-Representative Assembly I, 2, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Elections Committee 4, Cambridge Society 4, FTA 1, 2, FHA 4, Pep Club 1. DANA FISHER-Spanish Club 3, Art Club 4, Sing-Out 3, 4, Junior-Senior Club 3, 4. SHIRLEY FISHER-Representative Assembly 2, Pep Club T. JULIE FLEAK-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, FHA 4. CAROLYN FLEMMING-FHA 4, Student Work- ers 3, GAA l. JANICE FLOOD-FHA l, Student Worker 4. TERISA FLOURNOY-Latin Club 2, Glengarry Scots 3, 4, Pep Club I. TOM FOREHAND-Junior-Senior Choir 3, 4, Let- termen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track T, 2, Foot- ball manager T, 2, 3. V DONNA FOSTER-Latin Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y Club 4, Pep Club 1. LARRY FRANK-Science Club l, 2. BETH FRIEND-Student Worker 4, Pep Club l. CHRIS FULDNER-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Football 'l, 2, 4, Math Club 3, 4. THOMAS GAMMON-COE 4. RICK GANN-Basketball l, 2. NANCY GARGES-FHA 2, Student Worker 3. MIKE GARRISON-Representative Assembly 1: Safety Council 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Sopho- more Choir 2, Baseball T, 2, 3, 4, WFGSTIIVIQ 3- PAM GILMER-Tri-Hi-Y 4, FHA l, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 4, Band T, Pep Club T. I 1 Utterly flabbergasted at a MlPA Journalism Clinic, Claudia Peebles wins a prize for having the best advanced yearbook layout. MERRILY GLOTFELTY-Representative Assembly 'l, Cambridge Society 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, Debate 2, Science Club l, 2, AFS 4, FBLA 4, Student Worker l, 4, GAA l, 2, Pep Club l, Math Club l, 2, 4. RICKY GOODALE-COE 4. LYNNETTE GOTT-Latin Club 3, Glengarry Scots 3, Historian 4. STEVE GRAYLESS-COE 4, Student Worker 3, Football 1, Wrestling 3. DEBBIE GREEN-Cambridge Society 4, Spanish Club 3, FTA 1, Pep Club 1. OLEN GREER-Spanish Club 3, 4, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3, 4. JEANETTE GRISHAM-Latin Club 2, 3, FTA 2, FHA l, 3, Sophomore Choir l, 2, GAA l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Tri-M 3. CAROLE GROBLEBE-FTA 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, Pep Club. THERESA GZULA-Cambridge Society 4, Span- ish Club l. CHRIS HALDIMAN-Orchestra l, 2, Band l, 2, Pep Club i, 2, 3. JIM HANKINS-COE 4. PAM HARBERT-Representative Assembly 4, French Club 3, Safety Council l, FHA 2, FBLA 3, Student Worker 3, Pep Club 1. WARREN DAVID HARDY-Band 2, 3, 4. JERRY HARRIS-COE 4, Basketball 2. JULE HARRISON-French Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FHA 3, Student Worker 4, Pep Club 'l, MU Curator Certificate of Recognition. ' DOUGLAS HAUSMANN-Representative Assem- bly l, Cambridge Society 4, French Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Class Vice President 2, Track l, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l. Glenclole Seniors eorn honors STAN HAWKINS-Falcon copy editor 4, Quill Assistant Business Manager 4. BARBARA HAZELL-Safety Council 4, Art Club 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Student Worker 3, Sing-Out 4. DOUG HEATHERLY-Cambridge Society 4, Safety Council 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Student Worker 4, Basketball 1. SHEILA HEATHERLY-Art Club 'l, 2, 3, Student Worker 4, Pep Club l. RENEE HENDERSON-Pep Club l. BRUCE HERNDON-Representative Assembly 4, Safety Council 1, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Hi-Y 4. TERRI HESSEE-Spanish Club 3, FTA 3, Vice President 4, Student Worker 3, 4, Pep Club l. KAREN HOCKENSMITH-Representative Assem- bly 4, Welcoming Committee, Cambridge So- ciety Secretary 4, Spanish Club 2, treasurer 3, historian 4, Safety Council 3, President 4, History Club 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Student Worker 3, 4, GAA l, secretary 2. SALLY HOLBERT-Student Worker 3. PAM HORNBACK-Representative Assembly 4, Cambridge Society 4, Assemblies Commissioner 4, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Quill and Scroll 3, Anchor Club 3, 4, FHA Parliamentar- ian 2, 3, FBLA 3, Glengarry Scots 3, Assistant Bugle Captain 4, Hall of Fame finalist. NANCY HORTON-Cambridge Society 4, Art Club 3, Anchor Club 3, FHA 2, 4, Student Worker 4, Pep Club 'l. RANDY HORTON-Cambridge Society 4, French Club 3, 4, Safety Council 4, History Club 3, President 4, Key Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Math Club 4, National Merit Letter of Commendation. MIKE HO USTON-Wrestl ing 3. ANNE HOWARD-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Debate 3, FTA 4, Tri-Hi-Y Club 4. KENNY HOWELL-Track l, Football l, 2. TIM HOWELL-Representative Assembly 4, Span- ish Club 3, Safety Council 4, FTA 1, Track 'l, Junior-Senior Choir 4, Choir l, Lettermen's :Club 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4. GEORGE HUBBELL JR.-Latin Club 3, 4. DAN HUITT-Cambridge Society 4, Spanish Club 2, Debate 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4. KAREN HULL-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, FTA 2, 3, Cadet Teacher 4, FHA i, Parliamen- tarian 2, Vice President 3,1 4, FNA l, 2, Madrigal 4, Junior-Senior ,Choir 3, 4, Sopho- more Choir, Pep Club l. - KENNETH HUNT-Football lp BOB HUTCHISON-Representative Assembly 4, Cambridge Society, Reporter-Historian 4, Grounds Committee, Spanish Club 'l, 2, 3, History Club 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Na- tional Merit Finalist, Math Club 3, Wrestling 3. JAN JACKSON-Spanish Club l, President 2, Dramatics-performance l, Student Worker 3, GAA 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Falcon staff 4, Quill Exchange Editor 4, Yearbook staff l, Represen- tative Assembly Alternate 4, Safety Council Alternate 4. ROBERT "IKE" SACKSON-Representative As- sembly T, 2, Safety Council l, 2, Art Club 3, Science Club 'l, Future Farmers of America 2, COE Club 4, Football l. NANCY JERSAK-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, History Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FBLA 3, Student Worker 4, Pep Club 'l, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, President 4. STEVE JOHNSON-Representative Assembly 4, Cambridge Society 4,, Spanish Club Parliamen- tarian 3, Vice President 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Falcon Staff Photographer 2, 3, 4, Quill Staff Photographer 2, 3, 4, Model City Government Mayor 4. SUSAN JOHNSON-Latin Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, Anchor Club 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, Stu- dent Worker 3, 4, Mortarboard l, 2, 3, 4, Sing-Out 3, 4 BRENDA JONES-Cambridge Society 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, History Club 3, 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, FBLA 4, Glengarry Scots 3. 4, Math Club 3, Model City Government 4. CINDY JONES-Cambridge Society 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Cadet Teacher 4, Junior- Senior Choir 3,'4, Freshman Choir 'l. DEBIE JONES-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 2, 3, president 4, FTA 2, 3, Parliamentarian- Historian, Cadet Teacher 4, Student Worker 3, Math Club 3, Secretary 4. LAIRD JONES-Cambridge Society 4, French Club l, 2, Treasurer 3, 4, History Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Division 13 Lt. Governor, Cadet Band l. NANCY JORDAN-Cambridge Society 4, GAA 2, Secretary 3, 4, Intramural Tennis 2. DAVID KAUFFMAN-Spanish Club 3. SUZETTE KEESLAR-Representative Assembly 4, FTA 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Club l. JANET KELLER-Representative Assembly 3, Assemblies Committee 4, Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Student Worker 4, Glengarry Scots 3, Senior, Assistant Twirler 4, Pep Club l. ROBERT KERR-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Honorary SMS Band Member 4. ELLEN KING-Representative Assembly 2, French ,Club 3, 4, Science Club l, 2, FHA 3, 4. SHERYL KING-FTA l, 2, FHA l, 3, 4, FBLA 4. SUE KING-Anchor Club 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, Library Club 'l, 2, FHA 4, Student Worker 2, 3, 4, Glengarry Scots 3, Corresponding Sec- retary 4. ANDREA KRAMER-Cambridge Society 4, Span- ish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, Debate 3, 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Choir, GAA T, 2, 3, 4, Golf l, 3, 4. FRANK LANGHAM-Latin Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Lettermen's Club 2,'3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. DAVID LARIMORE-Science Club 'l, Track 1, 2, 3, COE 4. SHARLENE LASSWELL-Spanish Club l, 2, Stu- dent Worker 4, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4. MIKE LATIMER-Band l. KATHERINE LAWHON-Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, FNA reporter l, reporter 2, president 3, COE 4, Student Worker 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1. SYDNEY LAWRENCE-French Club 3, Student Worker 3, 4, Pep Club 'l. MARCY LEAR-Cambridge Society 4, French Club 2, 3, Dramatics Production 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, AFS 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Salina High News Staff 3, 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4. ROBERT LEIDY--History Club 3. CAROL LEISENRING-Latin Club l, 2, Camelot 3, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, FHA 4,, Madrigal 3, 4, Junior-Senior Choir 3, 4, Sophomore Choir, Pep Club l. LINDA LEONARD-AFS 2, 3, GAA l, Pep Club l, 2, 3. KAREN LEWIS-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Safety Council 4, FTA 3, 4, Library Club 4, Student Worker 3, 4, Cadet Band T, Band 2. DEBBIE LIGHTNER-French Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Student Wnrker 4, Pep Club 'l. JUDY LILES-Representative Assembly l, Safety Council 2, 3, Student Worker 3, Sophomore Choir, Pep Club l. .MARILYN NANETTE Represent. bridge S Student V Good Ci' Finalist. SANDY LC PETE LOI Cambridg 'l, 2, 3, Basketball finalist. JANICE Club 3. DORELEN 3, 4, Fre man Class FBLA 3, I leader 2, DAVID Ll Science C Graduatei ROBBIE L ROSEMAI Cambridg Club 4, 4, AFS 4 Student SUSIE Mi 3. CAROL I GAA l, l DERIUS I Choir 3, NANCY Sophomc REBECCA 2, Safet Homecon chestra ' JULIE M ish Club Your G Scots 3, MIKE Il Spanish 3, Falco. ball 1, 2 MARY A Junior-Se Pep Clul JACKIE 4. MARSH! 1, Latin Pep Clu Presider Managei LARRY . Gun 4, Cl"10il' 4, ,Al OFS 47 History , 37 Siu- 2, 3, 4: 7 Spanish r Club 3, ots 3, 47 t 4. 7 Anchor 47 Junior- atin Club entarian- ork'er 37 47 French Club 37 Governor7 47 GAA 2. embly 4i mbly 3, ociety 47 7 Student Assistant 2, 3, 47 27 French 4. : FBLA 4. A 2, 37 Vorker 2, ling Sec- 47 Span- l7 History ub 3, 47 GAA 1, FBLA Ai , 3, 4. Track 'l, , 27 Stu- naker of Tri-Hi-Y :ident 37 Club 1. Student nch Club luill and 27 Pep lff 3, 4i 5 Club 4. Camelot l 3, 47 Cl1Oir7 ep Club tin Club ry Club Band 2. :BLA 47 Safety homore MARILYN LILLY-COE Club 4. NANETTE LINDERER-Representative Assembly Representative to lntra-City Council 47 Cam- bridge Society President 47 Art Club 3, 47 Student Worker 47 National Merit Finalist7 DAR Good Citizen7 Senate Youth Program Semi- Finalist. SANDY LOFSHULT-Student Worker 3, 4. PETE LOLLAR-Representative Assembly T, 27 Cambridge Society 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Track T, 2, 37 Lettermen's Club 3, 47 Baseball 47 Basketball l, 2, 3, 47 Football lj Hall of Fame finalist. JANICE LOTTERER-Representative 47 Spanish Club 3. DORELEN LUCE-Representative Assembly 1, 2, 3, 47 French Club 37 Falcon Royalty l7 Fresh- man Class Secretary7 Junior Class Vice President7 FBLA 37 Student Worker 2j Pep Club T7 Cheer- leader 2, 3. DAVID LURIE-Spanish Club l, 27 Debate 1, 27 Science Club T, Librarian 2, 37 Falcon staff 37 Graduated in 3 years. ROBBIE LURVEY-FBLA 37 Math Club 3. ROSEMARY LYON-Representative Assembly 47 Cambridge Society Vice President 4j History Club 47 Annie Get Your Gun 47 Anchor Club 47 AFS 4i Glengarry Scots 47 Foreign Exchange Student from Christchurch, New Zealand. SUSIE MACE-Cadet Band Tj Band 2, 3, 47 FHA 3. CAROL MADDY-Latin Club 37 FHA 37 COE 4j GAA T7 Pep Club. DERIUS MAMMEN-Madrigal 2, 37 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 47 Sophomore Choir. NANCY MARTIN-Junior-Senior Choir 3, 47 Sophomore Choir. REBECCA MASON-Representative Assembly I, A27 Safety Council T, 27 Central High School Homecoming Royalty Tj FHA 37 COE 47 Or- chestra l, 2, 37 Class Secretary-Treasurer l, 2. JULIE MATTHEWS-Cambridge Society 47 Span- ish Club T, 2, 3, 47 History Club 47 Annie Get Your Gun 47 Student Worker 47 Glengarry Scots 3, Assistant Bagpipe Captain 4. MIKE MAYHALL-Representative Assembly Ai Spanish Club 27 Track T, 27 Student Worker 37 Falcon Staff 47 Quill Editor-in-Chief 47 Foot- ball T, 2. MARY ANN MCCAULEY-Cambridge Society 47 Junior-Senior Choir 3, Aj Sophomore Choir7 Pep Club T7 Sing-Out 3. JACKIE McCRACKEN-Track 37 Student Worker 4. MARSHA MCCURTAIN-Representative Assembly I7 Latin Club 3, 47 History Club 37 Tri-Hi-Y 47 Pep Club i7 Cheerleader 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 47 Falcon Staff 47 Quill Circulation Manager 4. LARRY MCGUIRE-Art Club 47 Annie Get Your Gun 47 FBLA 4j Student Worker 27 Sophomore Choir 4j Basketball T7 Sing-Out 4. RONDI MCKEEN-FBLA 3, 47 Student Worker 2 3- - - , , Pep Club i, Intramural Bowling T, 2. DAYNE McKlM-History Club 47 Science Club I, 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 47 FHA 1, 2, 47 FBLA 17 Pep Club 4. MIKE MCKINNEY-Spanish Club 37 FTA 4- Lerfefmefrs Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Football 37 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. CONNIE MILLER-Representative Assembly 47 Cabinet Committee 4- Latin Club 3 4 , , 7History ClUb 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3, Ili Pep Club l. MARK MILLER-Representative Assembly 47 Let- termen's Club 47 Basketball T, 2, 3, .4. REBECCA MILLER-Chorus I, 27 Art Club 27 Annie Get Your Gun 47 FTA T, 3, 47 Junior- Senior Choir 3,4 ' STEVE MILLER- 'l,2. Art Club i7 Track T7 Gymnastics LINDA MITCHELL-Representative Assembly 37 Spanish Club l, 27 Latin Club 37 History Club 47 Dramatics Performances i7 FTA 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 4j Student Worker 37 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 47 Sophomore Choir 27 Pep Club l, 2. LARRY'MOLL-Student Council 27 Cambridge Society 47 Safety Council 47 Track .li FBLA 47 Student Workers Ai Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 47 Basketball l7 Football 1, 2, 37 Wrestling 2, 3, 4j Freshman Dance Committee Chairman I7 Homecoming Committee 27 Student Council Elections Committee 2. SAM MONTGOMERY-Safety Council Aj COE Club 4. TOM MONTGOMERY-Representative Assembly 3, 47 French Club 3, 47 Class President 27 Band T. I MELISSA MORGAN-Spanish Club 47 Anchor Club 47 Student Workers 4. DEBBIE MORTON-Cambridge Society 47 French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 47 AFS 47 Cadet Band 17 Band 2, 3, 4. SUSAN MUMAUGH-Art Club 2, 37 FTA 2, 3, Secretary 4j Library Club 2, Historian 3i FHA 2, 37 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 47 Sophomore Choir7 German Club T. MARY SUE MUNHOLLON-FBLA 47 Student Worker 47 Band i, 2, 37 Junior-Senior Choir 47 Pep Club T. SUSIE MURPHY-Representative Assembly 47 Cabinet Chaplain 47 Art Club 'l, Historian 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 47 Anchor Club Treasurer 37 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, President 47 FHA 2. CAROLE MYERS-FTA T7 Student Workers 27 Band 37 GAA Treasurer 3j Secretary 4. SUSAN NAPIER-Representative Assembly 27 Cambridge Society 47 Spanish Club l, 2, 37 FHA 27 Orchestra T, 2, Concert Mistress 3, 47 Glengarry Scots 3, Assistant Drum Captain 4. CHARLES NEFF-Track 27 Orchestra Manager 47 Band 1, 2, 37 Lettermen's Club 3, 47 Football 2, 37 Wrestling 2, 3, 4. TERRY NEIL-Representative Assembly 47 Safety Council 37 Annie Get Your Gun ,47 FBLA 47 Junior-Senior Choir 3, Secretary 47 Sophomore Choir7 GAA 47 FHA I, 3, Recreational Leader 4. JANICE NEWMAN-Library Club 47 Student Worker 2, 3, 4. LINDA NIELSEN-FTA 'lj FHA 37 FNA 2, 37 Cadet Band T7 Band 2, 3, 4. JAMES NIMMO-Orchestra l, 2, 3, Student Di- rector 47 Madrigal 47 Sophomore Choir7 Spring- field Youth Symphony I, 2, 3, 47 Winner of Springfield Youth Symphony Talent Audition 3. DOROTHY NIXON-Art Club l, 2, 37 Coin Club 'l GAYLE NUTTING-Representative Assembly Ti Cambridge Society 47 Latin Club 3, 47 Safety Council 2, 37 Debate Tj Anchor Club 3, 47 FTA l, 2, 3, President 47 FHA 47 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 47 Sophomore Choir7 Pep Club T7 Cadet Teacher 47 Sing-Out 2, 3. DAVID OGLESBY-Library Club 3. CATHERINE O'NElLL-Cambridge Society 47 Spanish Club i, 27 History Club 47 Camelot 37 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Social Director 47 AFS 27 Pep Club i7 Sing-Out 37 Model State Government 3, 4. LINDA OWEN-Cambridge Society 47 Art Club 27 FTA l7 Library Club 2, President 3, 4. BECKY PAUL-Representative Assembly 1, 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 4i FHA President l, 2. KENNETH PEARCE-Track l, 2, 3, 47 Football l, 2, 3, 47 Wrestling 2. ' CLAUDIA PEEBLES-Representative Assembly 37 Cambridge Society 47 Latin Club 3, Vice Presi- dent 47 History Club 3, 47 Art Club 3, 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 Student Worker 27 Pep Club T7 Cheerleader 2, 3, 47 Falcon Associate Editor 47 Quill Staff 4i MIPA Yearbook Layout Award 47 MU Curator's Certificate of Recognition 47 Sing-Out 3. MARK PELLHAM-Representative Assembly T, 2, 4j Cambridge Society 47 Parking Lot and Grounds Committee 47 Latin Club 2, 37 History Club 47 Key Club 2, 3, 47 Track l, 2, 3, 47 Student Worker 47 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, Vice President 47 Football T, 27 Wrestling 2, DIANE PHILBIN-Latin Club 3, 47 Safety Council Tj FTA T7 Student Worker 3, Ai Cadet Band Ti Band 27 GAA l, 2, Vice President 37 Presi- dent 47 Girls' Basketball T, 2, 3, 4i Girls' Volleyball i, 2, 47 Model City Government 4., SUE PHILLIPS-Cambridge Society 47 Anchor Club 37 FTA 3, Cadet Teacher 47 GAA T, 2, 3, Vice President 47 Math Club 37 MU Certificate of Recognition7 Powder Puff Basketball Aj Model City Government 4. CAROL, PICKERING-Representative Assembly 47 Quill and Scroll 47 Social Committee 4j FTA 47 Student Worker 3, 47 Glengarry Scots 3, President 47 Pep Club l. BOB PRESLEY-Debate T7 Science Club 27 Hi-Y Club if Track 37 Junior-Senior Choir 27 Model City Government 47 Sing-Out 3, 4. STEVE PRICE-Track 3, 47 Lettermen's Club 3, 47 Football 4. Carrying out the theme of "The Wonderful World of Glendale" at Open House, Senior Carolyn Strawn portrays the White Rabbit as she shakes the hand of a young visitor. I lil' I . I l --l E I l I . I i , . I l ' i fx l l 'i Il I 'l l "l iz' . s- ' J ll f ill Q! ', . I I l l :ji I Ill 41,35 ll l 1. : I' 2. ly, 4 v rl - l y . I F .li . 'Tj E35- 5 lllf lil, lg' 1 ,, l l l . el I ll I I60 L il. ill v ,was-st. Showing real pro tendencies, senior Dianne Bussell leads the action by making a daring attempt to steal the ball from her opponent as the seniors lead 23-3 in Glendale's first "Powderpuff" basketball game. DEBBI RAINES-Spanish Club 1, 2, Camelot 3, FTA 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY RAINWATER-Football 2, 3, Track 2, Science Club 2, Math Club 2, Lettermen's Club 2,'3, Soccer 3, Photography Club 3. STEPHEN PEASE-Representative Assembly 4, French Club 4, Spanish Club 1, 3, Track 1, 2, Football 1, 2. DANA RANDALL-Representative Assembly 4, Cabinet Parliamentarian 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Dramatics Performances 1, 2, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Hi-Y 1, Track 1, Orchestra 3, 4, Band 1, 2, President 3,,Student Director 4, Madrigal 4, Junior-Senior Choir Student Direc- tor 4, Basketball Manager 1, Tennis 1, MU Cur- ators Certificate of Recognition 4, Soroptimist Citizenship Award 4, Youth Talent Audition Award 4, National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation 4, Teen Talk 4. SARAH RANDLE-Representative Assembly 4, Spanish Club 3, FTA 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Chaplain 4, Student Worker 3, Elections Committee 4. MARLA RAPP-COE 4, Pep Club 1. STEVE RAUSCHER-Annie Get Your Gun 4, Bas- ketball 1. PAM REDWING-GAA 1, Pep Club 1. BILLY REED-Representative Assembly 4, Span- ish Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Student Workers 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4 .IUDITH REED-FHA 3, FBLA 4, Student Worker 4. SHARON REED-FHA 3, 4, COE Club 4. FRANK REYNOLDS-Representative Assembly 3, Safety Council 3, Band 1, 3, Junior-Senior Choir 4, Track Manager 1. SCOTT RHODES-Representative Assembly! 4, History Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4. RICHIE RICHARDSON-French Club 1, 2, 3, Safety Council 1, 2, 3. SUZANN RIDENOUR-Representative Assembly 4, French Club 3, Safety Council 1, History Club 3, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Quill and Scroll 3, FBLA 3, Cheerleader 2, 3. JANET RIGG-Cambridge Society 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, FHA 3, Vice President 4, Student Worker 4, GAA 4. CAROL RISHWORTH-Representative Assembly 3, French Club 3, Safety Council 1, COE 4, Pep Club 1. MIKE ROBERTS-Student Worker 3. PAT ROBERTS-Junior-Senior Choir 3. CINDY ROGERS-Spanish Club 3, 4, FHA 1, Historian 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1. NICK ROGERS-Spanish Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ELAINE ROUSH-FTA 3, 4, Student Workers 4. RANDY ROYSTON-COE 4. LAO RUBERT-Cambridge Society 4, Social Commissioner 4, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, FHA 1, Student Worker 4, Band 1, Glengarry Scots 3, Assistant Maiorette, Bugle Captain 4. , STEVE RUSSELL-Cambridge Society 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, FBLA 4, Baseball. CRISTI SALA-Representative Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Art .Club 3, 4, Falcon Royalty 2, 3, 4, FBLA 3. , f GAIL SANDERS-Annie Get -Your Gun 4, FTA 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, FNA 2, Pep Club 1, Student Worker 3, 4. 1 JEANNE SANDERS-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Dramatics Performances 1, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Band 1, Madrigal 1, Junior-Senior ,Choir 3, 4, Sopho- more Choir, Pep Club 1, Falcon Class Editor 4, Quill Staff 4, Campus Life 2, 3, 4. R. C. SCANLON-Track 1, AFS Vice-President 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4. MIKE SCHEELE-French Club 3, 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, FBLA Parliamentarian 4, Math Club 3, 4. ALEN SCHELLACK-History Club 4, FBLA 4, Band 1, 2, 3. RODGER A. SCHLINK-Cambridge Society 4, Science Club 1, 2. MARK SCHMIDT-Cambridge Society 4, French Club 3, Vice-President 4, Safety Council 4, History Club 4, Sophomore Choir, Math Club 4. SANDY SCHMIDT-Student Workers 4, Pep Club 1. CATHY SCHNEIDER-Spanish Club 3, 4, Art Club 4. STEPHANIE SCILLIAN-Library Club 1. CHRIS SCRUGGS-Student Body President 4, Latin Club 3, 4, History Club 2, 4, Camelot 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Boy's State 3. JEAN SELLARS-Representative Assembly 3, 4, Cambridge Society 4, Art Commissioner 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Anchor Club 3, Library Club Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, AFS 4, Student Worker 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Point Chairman 3, 4, Art Club 2, Historian 3, 4, NCTE Nominee 3, MU Curators Certificate of Recognition 4, National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4, Model City Government 4, Hall of Fame Queen. MARY LYNN SELLE-FHA 1, 2, 4, sing-our 4, Chorus 1. SHARON SHAIN-FHA 4, Pep Club 1. DAVE SHARP-Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Football 1. BECKY SHEETS-COE 4. BETSY SHIRLEY-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 1, 2. DEANNA SHULTZ-Representative Assembly 1, 2, 3, Cambridge Society 4, Recording Secretary 4, French Club 3, 4, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Anchor Club 3, 4, FHA 3, FHA 1, 3, FBLA 3, 4. JOANNA SIMOVIC-FHA 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Club 1, Class Secretarv 4. HARRIETTE SINGLETON-Latin Club 3, Safety Council 1, 2, Pep Club 1. , ROBIN SIPLINGER-Art Club 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, ,Pep Club 1. JEANNE SMALLWOOD-Latin Club 3, FHA 3. BRAD SMITH-Track 1, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ,NANCY SMITH-Representative Assembly 4, COE 4. STEPHANIE SMITH-Cambridge Society 4, Span- ish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Art Club 4, Secretary 4, Pep Club 1. JEANIE SOOTER-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, Safety Council 2, FNA 1, Student Worker 3, 4, Glengarry Scots 3, Treasurer 4, Pep Club 1. ELVIN SOUTHARD-Safety Council 1, Track 1, Student Worker 3, 4. ' DEBRA SPARKMAN-Spanish Club 1, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Future Medics of America 3, Future Medics of America 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Girls' Basketball 3. LIBBY SPARLING-Cambridge Society 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Student Worker 4, Junior-Senior Choir 3, 4, Math Club 4. DAN SPICKARD-Football 1. ELAINE SPINDLER-FHA 1, 4, FBLA 4, Junior- Senior Choir 3, 4, Sophomore Choir, Sing-Out 2, 3. GARY SPRADLING-Art Club 4. HELEN STACEY-Safety Council 1, FTA 3, Tri- Hl-Y Club 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, FBLA 3, Student Worker 4. JANE STAFFORD-Latin Club 3, COE 4, FHA 2, Pep Club. TERRY STAFFORD-Representative Assembly 2, Safety Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y Club 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1. LARRY STAHL-Hi-Y Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Cadet Band 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JANELL STANSBERRY--French Club 3, 4, FBLA 4, Band 1, Pep Club 1. CARL STEARNS-Track 1, 2, Junior-Senior Choir 4. LINDA STEVENS-French Club 3, Safety Council 2, Camelot 3, Annie Get Your Gun 4, Debate 3, FTA 3, Madrigal 3, 4, Junior-Senior Choir President 4, Pep Club 1, Sing-Out Vice President 3. ROGER STOCKER-Representative Assembly 1, 2, Cambridge Society 4, Spanish Club 2, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 1, Track 1, 3, 4, Er Letter Wres' PAUL dent BILL . SHELI ball 1 CARC 2, C Class 1, Pri STEVI 2, In Club TEREL Coun BOB 4, Al 4. GAIL Caml Club dent Chap tee 4 PAM 1, Fl? SUE 3, Sf Histo MARI STEVI Camb ager Basel: SUSAI Welcc Spani cil 1, Gun Presii Falco DON TIM 2, 3, TON DEA Club 2, 3. LEO tra ' 4, l 1, 3 Clu FH DE esident 4- - Camelot 3 . ssioner 4- 3- Library nt 4- AFS 2 Point ' n 3 - ificate of of Com- n 45 all ing-Out 45 I5 Football 45 a in sembly T, Secretary r Gun 45 BLA 3, 4.. Enthuslosm boosts octivities ermens Club 3 4- F tball 1 2 - Wrestling 2. PAUL STODDARD-Track 4- Math Club 4- Stu- BILL STOKES-Football l. SHELBY STONE-Track l 2 4- Band l 2- Foot- ball 'l 2- Wrestling 3. CAROLYN STRAWN-Representative Assembly 25 Cambridge Society 45 French Cl b 3, 45 Class Secretary 25 Student Worker 45 Pep Club T, President 25 Cheerleader 3, 4. STEVE SULLINS-History Club 45 Science Club 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketb ll 'l5 ah Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4. TERESA SUMNER-Spanish Club 3, 45 Saf ty Council 2, 35 FTA 3. BOB SWACKHAMER-Representative Assembly 45 Annie Get Your Gun 45 Junior-Senior Choir GAIL SWARTZ-Representative Assembly 45 Cambridge Society 45 Latin Club l, 25 History Club 45 FHA 'l, Chaplain 25 FNA 'l, Vice Presi- dent 25 Student Worker 45 Glengarry Scots Chaplain 3, Bagpipe Captain 45 Social Commit- MIKEE TROTTER-Sophomore Choir- Pep Club I. KATY TYNES-Cambridge Society 4- Spanish ' Y - Art 4- Anchor Club 3 4- Science Club 2- Pep Club l- Durward Hall Youth Advisory Council 3 4. LINDA VAUGHN-Latin Club 3 4- History Club 4' Cam - '- '- 3 4- F 4- Student Workers 45 Pep Club i5 Campus Life 2, 3, 4. VICKI VIENHAGE-Cambridge Society 45 French Club 3, 45 Safety Council 45 History Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 FBLA Reporter 45 Pep Club 15 Falcon Class Editor 45 Quill Staff 4. ROBERT VINYARD-Latin Club 3, 4, Math Club DANIEL R. VIRNIG-Science Cl b l5 Student Worker 45 Falcon Sports Editor 45 Quill Sports Editor 45 Wrestling l, 2, 3. KATHY WADE-Representative 'Assembly Alter- nates 2, 45 Cambridge Society 45 Social Com- mittee5 Carousel 25 Camelot 35 Annie Get Your n 45 FTA 3, 45 FHA 3, 45 Mad 'gal 3, 5 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 Sophomore Choir5 Pep Club l. JANICE WESTFALL-Representative Assembly 2 3- Annie Get Your Gun 4- FTA 3 4- FHA 3 - 4 Pep Club i- HA Christmas Queen Attendant 3 Christmas Queen 4- Sing-Out 4. ALANE WETZEL-Cambridge Society 4- Spanish Club 3 4 Pinata Princess Attendant 4- History Club l- Annie Get Your Gun 4- Quilland Scroll Vice President 4- FBLA 3- Pep Club l- City Government 4- Freshman Choir. JACKIE WILLIAMS-Pep Club l- Red Cross Club 2. BILL WHITAKER-Representative Assembly l 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Class President 45 Student Worker 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Base- ball 35 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track 'l, 45 Wrestling BILL WHITE-Representative Assembly 15 Safety Council T5 COE 45 Wrestling 3. DONNA WHITE-At Club l, 45 Camelot 35 FHA l, 25 Pep Club l. JIM WHITE-French Club 35 Science Club l5 Hi-Y 45 Basketball l. PAUL WHITE-Key Cl b 2, 3, 45 COE V' President 45 Basketball 1. MARGARET WILCOX-Cambridge Society 45 La- tin Club l, 2, 35 Carousel 25 Camelot 35 Annie Get Your Gun 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 FHA 45 Madrigal 45 Junior-Senior Choir 3, Vice President 45 T 0 O o I 1 1 1 1 I , F sly , 4, Le" ' ' O0 f - 3- 4- , 3 f I b 2, 3, 4: d 'W k 4 W H. 4, , Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Histo, Club 3, 4" Club Falcon Staff 45 Quill News Editor 45 Model en or er 5 res ing . I I I I , raa ' , 4, , , 1, 2, 3, , elot 3, 1,11-1.9 2, , , BLA , u t H 1 2 4 a M t e 2 3 ' u L t 4 U Ice Gu rr 4 45 Pep 35 Safety A T, 2, 35 HA 3. Ilub 3, 45 em5ly 45 - 45 Span- Art Club 45 Latin 5 Student :asurer 45 Track 'I5 I5 Annie merica 35 lub 2, 35 45 Latin iior-Senior L5 Junior- Sing-Out A 35 Tri- Student : FHA 25 fmbly 25 2, 3, 45 2, 3, 45 45 FBLA or Choir Council Debate Jr Choir 'resident :ly l, 25 ey Club l, 3, 45 l l l l l l l 1 l l 1 tee 4. PAM TEMPLE-French Club 3, 45 Safety Council T5 FHA T, 3, 45 FBLA 35 Pep Club 'l. SUE TEMPLEMAN-Representative Assembly 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, Social Commissioner 2, 35 History Club 35 Art Club 35 FTA 25 Pep Club T. MARTIN THIMESCH-Science Club 'l, 2. STEVE THOMAS-Representative Assembly 45 Cambridge Society 45 Math Club 45 Track Man- ager 35 Student Worker 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Baseball 2, 35 Football Manager 3, 4. SUSAN THOMASSON-Representative Assembly Welcoming Committee 45 Cambridge Society 45 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Safety Coun- cil T, 2, 35 History Club 45 Annie Get Your Gun Choreographer 45' Quill and Scroll 3, President 45 FHA 'I5 AFS 45 Pep Club li Falcon Staff 45 Quill Feature Editor 4. DONNIE THOMPSON-'FBLA 4. TIM THOMPSON-Safety Council 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Band 'l, 2, 3. TOM THOMPSON-Spanish Club 35 FBLA 4. DEANNA THRASHER-Cambridge Society 4: Aff Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Library Club 45 FHA 2, 3. LEO TOKARCZYK-Safety Council 2, 35 Orches- tra 1, 25 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Band 'l, 2, 3, President 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Intramural Tenn1s 1, 35 Bowling 2, 45 City Music Festival 2. STEVE TOLLIVER-Safety Council 3: l-elfefmenls Club 3, 45 Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4. PAULA TRAPP-Art Club 4. IRIS TREADWAY-Cambridge Society 4: l-Bfln Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 35 Anchor Club 35 FHA 3, Pep Club 1. DEBBIE TRIBBLE-Sing-Out 3. A conference period gives Mr. Thomas a chance to "catch a wink" while grading Heritage term papers. MILLIE WADE-Latin Club 3, 45 Anchor Club 3, 45 FHA l, 2, 35 Cadet Band 'l5 Band 2. RICK WALKER-Carousel 25 Annie, Get Your Gun 45 Hi-Y 45 Cadet Band T5 Sophomore Choir5 Football 3, 4. GARY WARREN-Representative Assembly 45 Finance Commissioner 45 French Club 3, 45 History Club 3, 45 Key Club 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 45 'Student Worker 45 Baseball 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 35 Hall of Fame finalist. JAYNE WARREN-Spanish Club 35 Safety Coun- cil l5 Pep Club 15 Cheerleader 2. NANCY WARREN-French Club 35 COE 4. CONNE WATKINS-Cambridge Society 45 Span- ish Club 3, 45 Safety Council i5 Quill and Scroll 3, Secretary 45 Anchor Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y i5 FHA 2, Historian 3, President 45 Student Worker T5 Band T5 Falcon Staff 45 Quill Copy Editor 45 News Bureau Editor 4. SHARON WEATHERLY-Representative Assembly 35 Junior-Senior Choir 3, 45 Sophomore Choir. PERRY WEATHERMAN-Camelot 35 FFA 25 COE 45 Student Worker 3, 45 Basketball l. SUE WEATHERMAN-Representative Assembly T, 2, 35 Cambridge Society 45 Latin Club 2, President 3, 45 History Club Historian 35 Quill and Scroll 3, Treasurer 45 Anchor Club Vice Presi- dent 3, President 45 Science Club 15 Class Vice President 1, 2,.GAA 1, Pep Club 1, Falcon Editor 45 Quill Staff 45 MU Curators Certificate of Recognition5 Sing-Out 35 Campus Life 3. KATHY WEBB-Spanish Club l5 FTA 45 FHA 45 Pep Club l. ig,'l,,ii'--. ' , if ,Q "-gigs, Sophomore Choir5 Sing-Out 3, 4. STANLEY WILGUS-Representative Assembly 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Football T, 2, 3, - Track l, 2, 3, 4. TERRY WILLHITE-Baseball 2. DAN WILLIAMS-Representative Assembly 35 Debate 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2. JUDY WILSON-Cambridge Society 45 Latin Club 3, 45 History Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Band l, 2, 35 Madrigal 2, 35 GAA 2, 35 MU Curators Scholarship Award. SUSAN WINGET-Latin Club 3, 45 Art Club 45 Anchor Club 25 FTA T5 Library Club 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FBLA 4, Pep Club 1. NAE ANN WINGO-German Club I, 25 FTA 25 FHA 25 FNA 15 Student Worker 45 Sophomore Choir5 Pep Club 2, 3. STEVEN WOODARD-Cambridge sociery 4, Spanish Club T, 2, 35 Science Club 45 Drama Club 3. CINDY WOODIN-Spanish Club l, 2, 35 Art Club 25 Pep Club 2. PEGGY WRIGHT-FHA 'l, 25 Student Worker 2, 3, 4. DOUG WULFF-Safety Council 35 FBLA Social Committee Chairman 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Football 2. 4, BECKY YOUNG-Representative Assembly 3, 45 Cambridge Society 45 Cabinet Corresponding Secretary 3, 45 Spanish Club T, 2, 35 Anchor Club 35 Student Worker 45 Glengarry Scots 3, Sergeant at Arms 45 GAA T, 2. -fi 4'-Q. I6I Index Abbott, Sherre ...... Absher, Gary ... ... Achievements Acker, John .,.... .......... Adams, Chuck .... ........... Adams, Debbie . .. ,. . 69, 105, Adams, Joan . . . .... . 98, Adams, Tim ..... .... .... Aclerhold, David . . . . . . . 86, Adkins, Debbie . .. 135, Ahrens, Jack ,..,. . .. 123, Ailshie, Jackie .... 101, Ailshie, Jeanie .... ......... Albaugh, LeAnn . . . ....... . . , . Aldoy, Dale ..,...... . . . 65, 90, Alexander, Dr. A. M. .. ....... Alexander, Cherie ......... 18, '72, Alexander, Gwen ......... 66, 105, Allee, Ede .....,. 66 69, 72, 117, Allen, Bob ...,................... Allen, Linda .................. 35, Allen, Micheal ..,.... 40, 120, Allen, Nancy .......... ..... 1 15, American Field Service .... Amos, James ........ 68, 80 Anchor Club ..... ............. Anderson, Carene .. .. 103, 110, Anderson, Cindi .. ...... 117, Anderson, Dave .. 68, 69, Anderson, Johnny .. ........ .. Anderson, Rick .... . 84, Anderson, Robert . . .... .. Anderson, Steve .... .... 6 8, Anderson, Steve D. .. .... Anderson, Valerie . . .... 98, Andress, Pat ..... ......... Andress, Steve ....,.. Angelo, Judith .. 68, 105, Angspurger, Carl . . ........ . . Anhalt, Kenny .... .... ...,. Apostol, Debbie 98, 107, Apostol, Shelly ..... ........... Appelquist, Susie 98, 105, Appleby, John ..... ...... 6 8, Appleby, Robert A. .. 133, Appleby, Robert A. .. .... 72, Arbeitman, Gwen .. .... 98, Arington, Joe .. . Arnall, Charles Arnall, Karen .. Art Club ..... ...... Artz, Jill ....... 98, Asbell, Mark ..... ...... Ashcroft, Dennis ...... Asher, Marilyn ...... . 68, Askew, Carol ....... 136, Askew, David .... .. 101, 124, Askew, Martha .... ............. Askew, Stephen .......... 110, 115, Aspelmeier, Reng .... 68, 98, 101, Atkins, Bob .... ............... Atkins, David .. . .......... Atkins, Larry ...... .............. Atkinson, Lance .... 136, 141, Aton, Bob ....... ............ Aton, Cindy .... ...... 9 8, Aton,Joe... ....... Atteberry, Cathy ..,.............. Atwill, Donna ...... 113, 133, 135, Augspurger, Arthur ............ 68, Augspurger, Paul 68, 124, 135, Austin, Janine ........... 68, 131, Avery, Lynn .......... . 80, Avis, Cynthia .. B Babcock, Lloyd .................... Bacon, Gayle ........ 68, 98, 105, Bagley, Pam .... 57, 92, 103, 124, 136 136 74 98 124 110 105 124 110 136 136 110 124 110 124 18 110 124 124 110 121 133 136 139 98 143 120 136 110 136 98 136 110 124 109 124 110 136 69 110 121 124 109 110 136 136 101 110 136 110 121 105 124 98 110 153 153 98 133 109 110 136 98 143 98 109 110 136 136 124 145 136 110 109 98 109 135 Bagwell, Marilyn Bagwell, Mike Bailey, Mike Baile Pam .. , y, Bair, Barbara ...... Baker, Debbie ........ Baker, Mr. Edward L., .. 136, 153 98, 135 98 .66, , 131 70, 136 110 39, 84 Baker, Mrs. Joy , . .. ..... .. 50 Baker, Karen ................. 98, 109 Baker, Loy .... .......,........ 9 1, 98 Baker, Nancy .. 68, 103, 124, 143, 155 98 Baker, Rebecca .... Boker, Rick ....... Balden, Allen ..... Balden, Sammy . 66 Baldi, Richard ..... 110 136, 141, 149, 153 .... . 136 Bentley, Ed .... ........... 1 38 Berlin, Cheryl ............. 68, 98, 103 Berry, Jon .......... .... 1 05, 133, 138 Berryman, Mr. David W. .....,.. 17, 50 Berryman, Mary Beth ..... .... 9 8 ,109 138 Bertholdi, Tim ......... Bescher, Mike ...,.. Bettertan, Gary .. Beveridge, Dale Beville, Rodger Beyer, Tony .... '. 981 Baldwin, Mike . . . . .. 136 Ball, Dwight ........ ..... 1 10 Ballantyne, Bruce .... ....... 1 24 Ballard, John C. 53, 124 Band .. .... ..... ....68 Bangert, Jack .... ..... 1 36, 141 Barclay, Dennis .. 68, BO, 110 Borcomb, Marlin . . . 91 , 98, 101 Bore, Sara ...... . . . 107, 124 Barker, Elaine . . . . . . 98, 105 Barker, Kinny . . . .... . . 98 Barnard, Connie ....... . . . 110 Barnard, Mr. Kenneth .. . . . , . 49 Barnard, Terry ........ . . . .... . 110 Barnes, David . ............... 69, 98 Barnes, Valerie . 138, 141, 151, 171 Barnhouse, Stephen . . . ...... 98, 101 Barrow, Steve Barski, Donald .. 68, 98 98 Basketball ..... 82, 83, 84, 85 Baseball ..... ........... 9 2 Bass, J. M. .,.. ...... 8 4, 110 3055, R0ndY .... . . 68, 110, 155 Bastings, David .. ..... .... , 124 Bates, Bill ...... ........... 9 8 Bates, Mark ...........,.. 90, 124, 145 Bates, Sherry .. 66, 124, 143, 149, 151 Batey, Pat ..... .......... 1 10 Bauer, Janice . 66, 124, 143 Baumberger, Bill ...............,.. 138 Bayless, Mr. Bill .. 38, 39, 80, 86, 102 Beasley, Ricky ............ 5 ........ 98 Beaver, Tom ..... 123, 138 Bechtel, Larry . . . 124 98 124 107 86 ..........124 Beyer, Tonya .... .... 7 2, 98, 107 Biggs, Jim ....... ........... 1 10 Billings, Jamie .......... . 153 Bilyeu, Annette . .. ............ . 110 Bilyeu, Cynthia ..... 98, 101, 109 Bilyeu, Gwen ........ ............ 1 10 Bilyeu, Lynn .. 72, 101, 124, 131, 149, 153 Bilyeu, Pat .. ............ 98 Bilyeu, Rick .... ..... 6 8, 98, 149 Bilyeu, Steve ...... ....... . . 50 Binder, Mike .................. 80, 98 Bingaman, Janice .n. 68, 103, 113, 124 Birks, Steve ...................... 124 Bishop-Jones, Brenda ..... 66, 72, 117, 124, 131 Bishop'Jones, Elaine 63, 66, 72, 74, 131,138,141, 149,151, 171 Bishop-Jones, Mike ........ 72, 98, 101 Bittle, Lee Ann ........ 117, 124, 155 Black, Miss Beverly .. ............ 23 Blankenship, Diane 101, 110 Blevins, Dean ..... ........ 1 10 Blevins, Roger .... .... 6 8, 110 Blevins, Ron .... .. .... 68, 110 Blue, Charles . ...... .. ...... 124 Bloemker, Mark ..... I .... .... 1 10 Bodanske Ste hen ........... 69, 74 , p .. Board ol Education ................ 16 Bechtel, Lonnie .. 28, 72, 78, 79, 138, 141 Beck, Jay ........... 68, 110, 131 Belden, Mr. Ernest .. ....... . . 49 Bell, Rick ........ ....,. 1 24, 130 Bellman, Debbie . .. . .. 72, 103, 138 Bellmann, Merrie . . .. . 64, 110, 133 Bellmann, Toni 62, 120, 124 Belt, Judy .... ....... 9 8 Belt, Ronnie . . ........ fiaa 124 Bench, John ..... ...... 7 8, Bench, Marcia . 68, 105, 110 Bennett, Don .... ,,,,,,,,,, 1 24 Bennett, John L, . ,, 68, 90, 110 Benson, Lesli .... 110, 121 Bentley, Charlie ....... 124 Symbol of the intangible emotions air and the people it represents. Bodey, Susan ...... .... 2 6, 133, 138 Boettcher, Craig .......... . 110 BOG . .......... ........... 7 1 Bogart, Carol .. ..,..... ,,. 110 Bohner, Earnie .. 80, 86, 91, 98 Bollinger, Debbie .. 124, 130, 135 Bonar, Bill ....... ........ 8 0, 98 Bonar, Janna ...... 124, 153 Bond, Judy .......... 133, 138 Bone, Robbie ......... ....... 9 8 Bonham, Mr. Gerald ,,,,,,, ,, 44 Boone, Doug .. ..... .......... 1 10 Boone, Jane ....... .. 98, 101, 109 Boring, Julia ..... .... 1 10, 133 Bossing, William ....,..........,. 110 Bouldin, Jim .,.........,.. 68, 98, 107 Bouldin, Tom ........ 78, 102, 124, 149 Bowers, Cindy .... ............... 1 24 Bowers, Pat .... .............. 9 8 Bowers, Steve .. .,., 78, 124 Bowers, Vicky ...... 98, 109 Bowler, Kay ..... .. 72, 110, 117 Bowman, Janet ...... .....,.... 9 8 Bowman, Mark ............... 113, 124 Bowman, Mr. William .............. 32 Boxer, Bill .... 72, 124, 143, 145, 155 Boyd, Beckie .. ................... 110 Boyd, Marty, .... .... 6 9, 110 Boyd, Nancy .. . . . 124, 153 Boyd, Susan . , . ...... . 110 Boyer, Bob .... ..... 1 30, 138 Boyer, Diana ...... .............. 1 38 Boyer, Mr. Jerry 56, 80, 90, Boyer, Boykin, Boykin, Bo kin Ken ........ ............. Debbie ..... .......... Mrs. Mondo . Rives .......... .... 9 B, Y , Boze, Steve ...... Brockley, John ....... 84, 124, 130, Bradford, Kenny .................. Bradford, Rickie . . .... .... 6 9, Bradley, Bob .... ........ Bradley, Chris . . . . .. 68, Bradley, Debbie ..... . . . ...... . . . . Bradley, Orville ............. Bradley, Sherri .. 57, 66, 72, 117, , ras, Bradley Brake, , Tim ..................... Cindy ........... Bramer, Beverly 91 98 124 39 101 98 143 124 110 98 110 98 110 124 151 124 98 110 138 143 110 137 138 98 115 151 135 124 123 133 110 124 138 110 153 121 138 117 120 133 110 110 50 Bramer, Paul .... 78, 86, 102, Brashears, Kent .... 110, 113, 131, Bray, Scott ...................... Brazeal, Craig 123, 130, 135, , Breazeale, Andy ................... Breazeale, Bob ...... 84, 101, 110, Breese, Angela .. . ...... 74, 138, Breese, Sherrie .. ......... 110, Brengle, Kenney ..... Brennan, Greg .... ........,. Bresee, Mr. Jim 38, 39, Brewer, Darrell .... ....... , . Brewer, Darrell .... .......,. Brewer, Jim ..... .... .... 1 2 3, Bricker, Beth .. ....... ...... . . Bricker, Jill .,....... 74, 138, 141, Bridger, Greg .......... 110, Bridger, Kay ...... .......... 7 2, Brigham, Sherie ..... ........ 9 8, Bright, Cookie ........... 98, 101, Brill, Mr. Wilber L. 22, 23, Britain, Steve ...... .... 6 8, Britton, Jody ...... ....... Brock, Leslie ...................... Brock, Paul . ...................... 50 Brooks, Barbara 105, 130, 138, 141, 145, 149 Brooks, Constance .. 68, 103, 110, 127, 149 Brooks, Mr. Gerald ............. 34, 32 Brophy, Jim ........ ..... 1 10, 151 Brotherton, Dean .. ............ 124 Brown, Anita .... ...... 6 8, 98, 101 Brown, Bruce .... .... 1 01, 110, 115 Brown, Carolyn .... ............. 5 9 Brown, David 110, 138. 153 Brown, Felicia ...... 124, 131, 135 Brown, Janie ..................... 110 Brown, Jerry ...... 71, 72, 82, 83, 102, 137, 138 Brown, Jim 72, 75, 82, 102, 135, 138, '141, 143, 145 Brown, Joe ...................... 101 Brown, Joyce .. .... 68, 98, 105 BFOWF1, Kelly .. ..- .... 68, 110 that bind thirty-nine girls, a Scottie bugle is starkly etched against cold night Brown, 1 Brown, F Brown, F Brueseke, Brundridg Brunner, Brunner, Brunner, Bruton, I Bruon, A Bryan, M Bryant, E Bryson, J Buckley, Buckner, Bulf, Bre Bugg, Bri Bulloro, . Burch, G Burch, Sc Burd, Sai Burger, F Burgess, Burgess, Burk, Ch Burk, Joi Burk, Kei Burk, Lo Burkey, if Burks, Al Burks, Gi Burks, Ju Burton, 5 Bush, Mr: Busiek, A Business Bussord, Bussord, Bussell, D Bussell, l' Butcher, Buterboug Buterbaug Butler, Bi Butler, C Butler, G Buttram, Buzbee, l Byars, Ju Cabinale Codle, D Cain, Cin Cairns, R Calhoun, Catlin, J Cambridg Cameron, Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbel Cannefaw Cannon, Cantrell, Cantrell, Cantrell, Cantrell, Cantrell, Cantrell, Cantwell Carey, CI Carey, L Carey, J Carlin, l Carnohai Carnahar Carnes, Carr, B Carr, Diil Carras, , Carroll, Carson, Carter, Carter, Carter, Casey, Cass, D Cass, Mi Castle, Cates, Caviness Cawlliel Cearley, Cearnal, Cl ' ' Cl" ci , ci ci ci , Chess Childs, Chiles, Chiles, Chittim, Chittim, 124, 153 . ..... 110 .. . 130, 138 138 91 98 s,0o, 90, 124 . 39 90, 101 98 24,130,143 124 09, 110 98 ..00, 110 .. ....., 98 110 '2, 1.17, 124, 135,151 124 98 110 86,102,138 13,131,143 110 10,135,137, 138 98 101, 110,115 74,138,151 110, 135 124 123 38, 39, 133 110 124 123, 138 110 las, 141,153 110, 121 . .... 72,138 . .... 98,117 98,101, 120 . 22, 23,133 00, 110 110 50 50 i0,130,141, 145,149 13, 110, 127, 149 34, 32 110, 151 124 68, 98, 101 01, 110, 115 59 10, 138. 153 124, 131, 135 110 82, 83, 102, 138 137, 2, 135, 138, 141,143,145 101 68, 98, 105 68,110 night 5 ' 25 'cf , 4 f, ff.f29,,, I 'ff ,,2- 57395, ,V : 5' ,J ,wpvf 1 225406 fahyfz l f' i,.,, ., , ,V y 1. , I . f fig ,. 4 , ., f, ,f My fy f .ii :f f ff' we ,yjw , ,-fy i,'f 1. ,... ,iyj riff 2,2 74 4 X , if 7 0. 2.4! , , ' 2 Brown, Lois Brown, Ralph ..... Brown, Roger ...., Brueseke, Miss Ruth Brundridge, Mrs. Ann Brunner, Diane .... Brunner, Mrs. Irene Brunner, Larry ..... Bruton, Debbie Bruan, Anita ...... Bryan, Mr. Basel .. Bryant, Doyal .... Bryson, Jill ......... Buckley, Gary ..... Buckner, Becci . 72, Buff, Brenda ....... .. 135, .68, 98 ......110 ..... ... , .. .... 98, "".1'i41'i30, .f.'1fff'90,' .I.d1.l. my 124, 'ii01'i2if'i33f Bugg, Bruce ......... . ............. Bullaro, Jay ........ Burch, Gaylen ..... . Burch, Scotty . . . . . Burd, Sandy ..... Bur er Ra mond .. 9 . 1 I -- Burgess, Leslie Burgess, Mickey .... Burk, Charlene .... Burk, JoAnne .. 66 1 Burk, Kenny ...... . . Burk, Larry ....... . Bu rkey, Nancy ...... Burks, Allen .... Burks, Gary '105,' 11'17','1351'130 110 92, 121, .. 60, 04, 90, 1124713171351 134, 1111102 01121771301 "11111111111111'11o Christiansen, Stephen 02, 102, 138, Christie, Gail ...... ...... 6 9, 98, Christie, Kathy ................... Christie, Pam .. 69, 103, 105, 122, Christy, Richard .................. Chronister, Cyndi .. I ............ . Church, David ....... . ........... . Church, Linda ..... 101, 133, 138, Church, Rebecca 126, 131, 133 Church, ' Rufus ................... Churchill, Gerald ....... ........ Clampett, Steve ..., 84, Clark, Danny ....... ,,.,, Clark, Mr Kenneth .... ..... 4 4, Clark, Madalyn .... ............ Clark, Sherry .... 69, 138, Clary, Bill ....................... Clary, Cathy ............ 112, 133, Clary, Leonard .............i..... Clawson, Libby . 66 67 72 135 Clawson, Peggy Claxton, Reid . . . . . 98, Clay, Mr. Layton Clines, Tess . ....... Clifton, Bob ................. , Clinkenbeard, Laura .68 72, 120, Clinkenbeard, Sara . 33, 126, 130, 143 Burks, Judy ...... . ..... 68 Burton, Suzanne 98, Bush, Mrs. Doris ....... .. 57 Busiek, Allen ...... 135, 138 Business Education . .. ,,.. 416, Bussard, Janice ............... 72, Bussard, Kerry .....,.........,..... Bussell, Dianne . 66, 75, 138, 141.149, Bussell, Karen ........... . 105, Butcher, Karla ....... . ........ 98, Buterbaugh, Keith .... . ......... 68, Buterbaugh, Phil 72, 113, 143, 145, 149 Butler, Brock .... 44, 68, 91, 98 Butler, Genie .. ........... 124 Butler, Geoff ... ..,.... .... Buttram, Judi .. 113, 135, Buzbee, Larry ......... 72, 82, 86, Byars, Julie ........ .............. Cabinate ......... .... . .. Cadle, Doug .......... Cain, Cindy ........... Cairns, Randy . ......... .. Calhoun, Mrs. Gloria .... Callin, Jacqulin ......, Cambridge Society Cameron, Darl ..... Campbell, Carol 101, 105, Campbell, Gwen ........ 105, 133, Campbell, Ruth ........,.......... Campbell, Sharon . 101, 124, 127. Campbell, Ted ................... Cannefax, Carl ..... 86, 124, Cannon, Mark ..... . 86, Cantrell, David .... 112, Cantrell, Denny ...... 135, Cantrell, Kenneth Cantrell, Randy ...... ,.,, 6 8 Cantrell, Robin ....... 112, Cantrell, Mr. William .. 16 Cantwell, Carol Carey, Gilda Carey, Carey, Carlin, Carnahan, Kathy Linda . . . Jim ...... 98x 135, 135, Richard .... ......... Carnahan, Kerry 107, 121, 00, 101 Clopton, Terrie Ann Coatney, Patt Cobb, Leslie .. Cobb, Scott Cobb, Tony ..... Coe, Bill ........ Coe, Miss Linda Coffman, Carol ..... Coffman Ga 1 101, 105, 81, 98, .11'.'1231 39, , ry ....... ...... Coffman, Mrs. Wanda .... 55, 105, Cohen, Marta . .... . Coin Club ......... Colangelo, Debra Colaw, Judy ...,.... Colclazier, Kathy Colclazier, Larry . . . Cole, D. L. .... . Cole, Jacque . . Cole, Mike . . Cole, Owen . . . . . Cole, Roger ........ Coller, Missey ...... Collins, Pauld .. 31, Collis, Ron ........ Cone, Cathy ....... Connolly, Patty Consolvo Camille , .. Consolve, Christine . .. ...... 90, 90, 90, . ........ 90, 04, 00, 51, 09, 112, 69, 70, 112, 66,107,126, 69 98 . .........,.... 98 140 Consolvo, Claire .................. Cook, Becky .......... 72, 98, 105, Cook, Chuck . . Cook, Tom .... Cooks ........ . . Coon, Catherine .. . ... 98, Coonrod, Chris .. ... .. Coonrod, David .... . . . 80, Coonrod, Steve ........... ..... 8 0, Cooper Mary Ann , . . . ........ 121, Cooperative Occupational Education ................ ....... 4 8 Cooperative Occupational Education Club ................. . ........ Cope, Randy ....... Corba, Ellen .. Corba, Hans ....... 112, 98, Corley, Rick ..................... Cornelison, Donnie ............... 80 86 90 Correll, Brian ... .. .. .. Correll, Danny .... Correll, Dennis . . Correll, Terri . . . Cosgrove, Janet . . . Cottier, Cindy . . . Cottier, Genie . . Coulter, Anne . . . Coulter, Pat ... Carnes, Dianne .. 68, 98, Carr, Becky .... 112, Carr, David .... Carras, Mr. Nick .. ........... .. Carroll, Terri .... 112, 122, Carson, Doug .. 72, 138, Carter, Cheri .. ........ .. Carter, Lynda 68, Carter, Richard ....... Casey, Cindy 98, 107, Cass, Don ..... .......... Cass, Mike ........ ,,,,,, Castle, Brent ........ Cates, Cathy Ann.. .......... 123, Caviness, Karen , .............. 98, Cawlfield, John Cearley, Eddie .1 70,1 86,102, 138, 141, Cearnal, Mrs. .loan ................ Chadwick, Sandy ......... 98, 101, Chambers, Jacquetta ...... Champagne, Cheryl .... .......... Champagne, Denise ........... 98, Chandler, Cindi ......,........... 117 124 Chapman, Cathy 98, , , 149, Chapman, Kay .... 62, 98, 107, Chapple, Pat Chastain, Ann Chastain, Deanna .. .... 98, Chastain, Sue .... 98, Chatterton, Dave .. ...... 112 Cheerleaders ..... 64, Chesnut, Cindy ..... ........ Chess Club .. .................. .. Childs, Mary Anne ................. 98 Chiles, Connie ........... 69, 105, 112 Chiles, Dan .. 29, 111, 112, 113, Chittim, Linda ............... 120, Chittim, Teresa ................... Choir .,.......... ...... Christian, Randy ..... . .,.... . Christiansen, Scott 84, Counselors . . Courtoi s, Carol Courtney, Chuck Courtney, Lee . . . Cowan, James .... . ........ 80, 91 Cox, Judy ...... 72, .....'74,'140f . ............ 135 .Q1901 111'9ia1 22, .f11'00f 135. 127, 140, 143,1 112 Cox, Mason .................. 84, Cox, Ralph . .................. 90, Craig, Dave .............. . Craig, Jim . .... 68, 69, 107, 126, Craig, Kerry .... 62, 72, 117, 124, Craig, Luwana ................ 98, Craig, Vicky .. ......... . ...., .. Crain, Jim ...... ....... 1 13, Crandall, Cheryl . .. .... 112, 127, Crane, Daniel ..... 90, 130, Crane, David .. .......... .. Crane, Don ..... ..... ...... Crane, Crawfo Creek, Creek, Willie ..... rd, Jackie .. Belinda .. Sharon Crighton, Mike . .. Crinnia n, Chuck Crocker, Bob ....... Crocker, Pat Cross, Crouch, Greg 122, 123, 1111111001 86, 126, 78, 79, 102, 135, Crocker, Stan Robert 69, 84, 100, 101, Crouch, Rocky ........... 78, 102, Crowley, Vivian .... 40, 101, 109, Crum, Cathy .... ............... Crum, Starr . . . .. . 1 r'f A chemistry student hurriedly works to finish her test after the bell has rung and other students have gone. Crump, Mary ...,. . ...... 105, 140 Crumpley, Jim ................ 91, 100 Culbertson, Sherrie .... 105, 107, 117, 126, 135, 143, 149 Culbertson, Gelia . ........... 100, 105 Cummings, Russell .. .......... 59 Cummins, Ronnie ..... .......... 1 00 Cunningham, Linda ............... 112 Cunningham, Mike ........ B6, 133, 140 Cunningham, Miss Ruth ...... .. 24, 25 Cunningham, Terry ...... .... 1 00, 133 Curtis,,Gary ......... ..... . . 112 Custodiqns ...... ...... 5 9 Cutler, Donald ....... 100 D , Daily, rim .... ..... . ,. Dake, Mike ..... Dameron, Pat . .. Dampier, Marcy Dando, Chuck Daniel, Bill ..... Daniel, Janis ...... .......... Danielsen, Nancy ................. Danielsen, Sue .......... 117, 126, Danley, Margie ......... 112, 115, Darden, Stan ............. 80, 90, Daugherty, Don 112, 119, 133, Daugherty, Lyman S. ............. . Daughtry, Cris ...... .... 1 12, Daughtry, Hyle ................... Davenport, David ................ , Davidson, Cheryl .. 100, 103, 105, Davidson, John .......... 101, 140, Davidson, Larry .... Davidson, Vicki . . Davis, Cindy . .. Davis, Dexter . . . 100, 101, .. 105,135, 112 140 140 112 100 126 112 100 155 117 112 145, 1-71 120 130 112 140 109 155 100 109 140 100 Davis, Davis, Diane . . . Don .... Davis, Gail .... Davis, Jeff Davis, Jim ..... Davis, Larry Davis, Lois ..... Davis, Melody Davis, Randi Davis, Richard Davis, Sharon .. Davis, Victor .,.. Dawson, Mark Day, Dianna Day, Keith Day, Leah ..... Dean, Robert Deane, Harriet ..... Deaton, Patrick .... Deaton, Rebecca .. Debate Squad ..... Debord, Chris ...... Deck, Mrs. Frances . Dedmon, Jim ...... 123, 140, ....78, 68, 84, 140, 68, '53, 100, 84, 100, 107, 69, 100, 140, 141, 100, 101, 100, Dedmon, Kathy ...... 66, 126, deGraad, Dennis DeGray, Rose ..... Deiker, Mr. Harold . Deiker, Mike Delnevo, Rusty Delo, Loretta Delp, Tracey .... DeMate, Patty Denby, Darrell .. Denby, Jane Denny, Brenda .... Dennison, Paula Denny, Linda , ,. . DePreste, Cathy .... DeRuyter, Mike .. 126, 68, 101, 143, 109, 1011 . 21 1491 152, .20 1121 104f 135 101, 126, 90. 126, Doan, Bill ........ fi 1' Love, happiness, engrossed in the Devine, Terri ..... Dickerson, Verna .. Dickey, Tommy Dieter, Debbie Dieter, Dennis . .. Dietz, Chris .... Dietz, Randy Dillard, Jerry Dillard, Jim ..... Dillon, Deborah Dimond, David .. Dixon, Sherry ...., Doak, Hugh ........ Dobbins Brenda Dodson Velvet Dohm Janice Doke Cliff Doke Kelly Donoghue Mrs Mel Dopp Jim Doucey Sheryl Dougan Don Dougan Kathy Fossard, Jim ..., Foster, Donna .. Foster, Mary .... Fowler,John .... Franchett, Rick . .. Francis, Cathy ... Francis, Debra . . . Frank, Larry ...... Franklin, Carmen .. Frankum, Janice .... Franson, Scot .... Fredrick, Mary ..... Freeman, Irene Freeman, Linda .... French Club .. French, Karen French, Paula .. 16-81, . ii21' 100, 69, 101, 103, 126, 62, 107, 101, Friend, Beth ....... Fugate, Billy ...... Fuldner, Chris . 86, 102, 130, '110,' 'a6',' 90, Fuldner, Sandie ,... ........ . .. .. Fuller, Alice ..... Fuller, Bob ..... marriage, and children are probably being discussed as these three girls seem to be thoroughly art of fortune telling through palm reading prior to one of Glendale's assemblies. ..."ii2I 11111401 100, 1fi'i07i 140, 68, 80 84 122 E Eastwood, Garrick .. 112, Ebe, Bob .. 73, 74, 130, Ebe, Nancy 72, 105, Eby, Barbara ........... Eckert, Charlie ..... Eddington, Danny ..... 140, 145, 140, 141, 112, 113, 145 100, 101, . 90, 126, Eddlemon, Sharron ............ 68, Edgar, Larry .. 90, 107, Edgar, Roger 120, 140, Edwards, Joyce .................. Edwards Patty ..,............... 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'-'-"""'1"" 25' 117 England, Mike ................ 53, 126 Fischer, Melanie .... 72, 73, 105, 127, eiimefe, Judy ............... ' .... f 142 11 Q . 1. 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' . ........... 2, 23 1 1 1- ------ ---1- 2 1 15 , . ................... 142 1 - ----1-1-- 1 , .................... . 114 1 -1----1----1---- 1 1 , ..................... 142 J , -...... 101,112, ,145 , ..... . ......, 69, 119, 127 15,1 q ....................100 ....,.........114115 ' 'F' 80 84 135 40 112 3 68 69 ., Fuller, Michael ..... Fultz, Debbie 90 1 100, 149 Future Business Leaders of Gregory, Griesbau Griffin, Griffin Griffin, 1 Griffin Griffin, 1 Griffin Grim, Griot, N Grisham, Grissom, Groblebe Groeteke Grove, C Grove, 1 Gullett, Gulley, 1 Gundersc Gustaves Gustaves Guster, Guthrie, Guyeite, Gzula, . 1 1 'M America ........ .... .. Future Farmers of America ....... . .. Future Homemaker: of America 105 Future Nurses of America .... Future Teachers of America .... .. G Galipeau, Lucinda Gamble, Mr. Franklin D. . .. 511111991 DUN 1 1 1 -------- 100 Gammon, Jane ..... . . . . Eubanks, Cindy .............. 100, 109 Gamn1on1 MG1711, 1 1 ' ' ' 155 Eubanks, Mark ................... 112 Gam,-110,11 Tom 11111 1 ' ' 149 Evans, Bill .,. 102, 119, 126, 127, 143 Gunn, Rick 111111111 ' 117' Evans, John ..... ................. 1 12 Gc1,,1de,l Mm Gam 1111 155 Evans, Nancy ........... 100, 105, 109 501951 Nancy 111111 1 109 Everett, Connie .... 66, 113, 129, 140, Gmlgndl M0151-14, .1 1, 11 ' 127 1411 143 Garner, Rochelle .. 125 Everett, Susan .......... 103, 112, 135 Gnrnscn Brenda 140 Everheart, Dr. William E. .... ....,. 1 6 Garrison' Cary ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 145, Exline, Martha .............. 100, 109 Gmrisonz Jnn 149 Garrison, Mike .... . Garrison, Garrison atti . , Russell Fahl Maril n y ....... Fallin Miss Margaret Faught Marsha Fechner Julie Fels Greg F S Phillip Fender Mrs June Ferraro Susan Fesperman Mike Fesperman, Rita Fetter Bruce Fetters Virginia Fielder Allen Fields Paul Filkins Denise Fillmore Phillip Frne Arts Finley Rex Finnell Barbara Finney Floyd Firestone Kathy Fischer Cindy Fischer IS Fischer Judy Flshel Evan Fisher Marla Fisher Bet Fisher Dana Fisher Mr Joe Fisher Shirley Flanagan Kathy Fleak Julie Fleak Susan Flemming Carolyn Flemming Mary Fletcher Cindy Flippm udy Flippo Sandie Flood Janice Flood Judy Florez Mr Jose Fory Ric Flournoy Tensa Floyd Gary Floyd Larry Flynn Debbie Foglesong Denny o Randy 72 80 Folkens Jeff Folkrns Mr Larry 4 Football 79 80 Ford Mr James E 21 73 Fore Patricia Forehand Steve Forehand Tom Foreign Languages Forrest Gregg Forsythe Pat Fortner, Terry 86 0 14 3 32 33 84 00 130 Garrison Sherry Gary Leslie Gately Edward Gatley Charles Gates Billy Genzer Gayle George Vicki Geren Cheryl Geringer James German Charley Germany Kathy Gettle Joe Gibble Linda Gibble Paula Giboney John Grboney Mrs Mabel Gibson Beverly Gideon Mr Henry G1lbert Kathy Gilleland Rick Gillenwaters Gerry Gillespie Carolyn Gilmer Gregg Gilmer Pam Gilmore Richard Gilzow Rick 'i0" 01 105 80 90 Girls Athletic Association Gladden Linda Glengarry Scots 6 Glotfelty Merrily 13 41 Goehring Kris Goldsmith David Go Gooch Mrs Kay Goodale Rick Goodson Caren Gorrell Regina Gott Lynnette Gottas Roberta Gount Joe Graff Dr Wrllardl Graham Debbie Grandstaff Lisa Grant Helen Grant Mr Joe Grant Nancy Graven Joretta Graves Ann Graves Craig Graves Doug Graves Susan Gay Bill Gray Jerry Grayless Craig Grayless Steve 1014 Gzula, 1 Haberme Hade, Ji Halbert, Halbert, Haldimai Hale, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall Hall, M, De Gr Ja Jin Jin Jo Ka Le Le Li of Pa Haller, Halliday Halter, , Hamiltor Green Green Green Green Green Greer Greer Debbie Jennifer Mrs Mildred Nancy Terry Allen Olen Gregory, Nedra dj' 1 164 - L 1 -41 68, 112 133, 142 68, 126, 130 112, 133 100 112,127,155 100, 105, 109 142 126 69,103,126 100, 149 126, 135 03,126, 115, 165 07,112,130, 133 129 100,101,105 101, 112 135, 142 S, 90,91, 100 l30,131, 141, 142 112 142 . 86, 90, 126 100,149,155 126 119 53 :rica .... 105 155 117 100 16 101, 112 121, 142 123, 142 142 .......50 142 126, 153 100 100 126 112 105,107,142 101,105,133 90,102,126 100 ..72,126 ..90,112 100 80, 112 126 100,105,109 100, 105, 109 .91,100,155 126,127,149 126 112 141, 142 112 ..68,114 44 126, 149 ...39, 41 114 1oo ao, 1oo 105,117,126 100 105,133,142 142 114 .. 80,90,126 103 126 66,67 141,142, 145 126,149,153 114 ee ,.25, 109 123, 142 114 114, 120 66,142 105, 114 114 76,17 100 117,120,126 114,115,120 77 121, 128 100,109,127 .68,103,114 69, 128 1oo 101,105,109 128 ...,53,142 . ....... 114 123, 142 141, 142 ,. 114,117 22,23 142 114 142 .69,119,127 114, 115 Gregory, Terry ., Griesbaum Chris Griffin. Mrs. Ada Brenda Griffin Grrffrn Gary Griffin Jerry Grrffrn Kathleen Griffin Linda Grim Mr Tom Grrot Mark Grisham Jeanette Grissom Sharon Grablebe Carole Groeteke Gary Grove Gary 82 Grove William Gullett Lindo Gulley Mr Willard Gunderson Debble Gustaveson Anita Gustaveson Jim 78 B6 Guster Carla ut rre Carol 6 Guyette Lenore Gzula John Gzula Theresa Habermehl Mike Hade Jimmie Halbert Perry Halbert Susie Haldrman Chrrs Hae Marvrn Ha Debra Ha Gary Ha Janet Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Hall Jim B Jrm V Johnn Karen Be Leslie Linda of Fame am Holler Don Halliday Leslie Halter Mark Hamilton Gary 6 0 6 8 Hampton Hanawal Hanchey Handley Handley 8 4 Terri l ur .., .,. Leslie Delilah Jim 49 68 Haney Vicki Hamilton Rick W Haney Hankrns Hankrns Hannon Hansen Harbert Harbert Harbin Hardecke anda Jim Ro Kay Mr William Debbie Pam Steve Mr Howard Hardy Gail Hardy Warren Harlow Kenny Harp Norman Harp Ronald Harper Harper Nelda Vonna Harrrs David Harris Jerry Harris John Harris Tyson Harrison Harrison Jon ue Haselttne ue Hastings Hastings Hausman Hausman Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins Hawkins Hay Su Dave Randy n Douglas 7 2 l'1 flS Barbara Cindy Miss Julie Randy Sherrie Stan Susan san Hayes Vicky Haynes Haynes Haynes Haynes Hauter Hazell Brenda Kerry Linda Theresa ay Thelma 100 05 Ava L mu Hazell Barbara , O Heatherly Allan Heatherly Douglas Heatherly Melanie Heatherly Nrck Heotherly Shetlq Lowell Heerman Heldbrrnk Bev 7 12 Hellmer David Hewrg Eric Helwrg Tassy Hemingway Mrs Jerrre Hendershatt Dale Hendershott Dennis Henderson Karen 103 Henderson Renee Hendrrx Perri Henley Mr Lloyd Hennessy Debbie Hennessy Tate Henry Pat Henry Mrs Robert Henslee Marty Henson Rhonda Hermann Sally Hern Jean Hern Joan Herndon Bruce Herndon Lynn Herndon Sharon Herndon Susan Herre Jim Jarrett Herrell Herren Me Hessee Terri Hrckey Mr Gerald H1ckl1n Kathy Hunnell Theresa Hunt Edward Hunt Glenda Hunt Janet Hunt en Hunt Larry Hunt Linda Hunt Mark Huntly Steve Huntly Susan 10 3 10 9 86 90 10 5 Hicks Danny Hrc s Ric y Hlers Mtchael Higgrnbotham Charles Hrghfill Mike Hlghlrll Rrc ard Higley Cindy Hrllhause Jim Hrlmes Barby 35 72 Hrmmelrerch Bruce Hines Randy Hstory Club H1 Y Club Hlavaty Gregg Hockensmrth Karen Hockensmrth Larry Hodges Gary Hodges Susan Hoffman Eric Hoffman Stephanie Hake Alan Holre Charley Holbert Sally Holdren Chris Holland Randy Ho l1s Mike Hollis Whitt Holmes Robbie Holmes Tom Home Economics 0 4 2 0 Honeycutt Dan 80 on art Susan 54 68 Hood Philip Hornback Ann Hornback Charles Hornback Pam 25 66 72 75 Horton Don Horton Nancy Horton Randy House David Houston Mike Howard Anne Howard Rebecca Howard Tresa Howe Christine Howell Kenny Howell Terri Howell Tim Hubbard Brenda Hubbard Marilyn Hubbard Rex Hubbell Hubbell George Hubbell Lynne Hubbell Marrlyn Hubbell Paula Huddleston Stuart Hudson Mr Jesse Huff Donna Huffhtnes Bruce Huffhrnes Mark Hurtt Cynthia Huitt Dan 0 10 9 'r 37 69 6 02 8 2 6 5 Hukrrede Mrs Roberta Hull Karen Hulsey Mary Hungerford Cindy Hunrng, Scott Hunley Rick Singing a folk song, lrene the telent assembly Hurt Judy Hutchinson Bob Hutchison David Hutchinson Jerry Huxley Mark Hyde Dale Hyde Debbie lffrrg Greg Industrial Arts lngle Mike lngram Malrnda Intramurals lpock Bel undo lpock Rexanna Ireland Debby lsenberg Debbie 9 02 9 93 94 1 0 9 Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson e an Im John a A James Greg James Kathryn Jeffries Pam Jehle Mike Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Laurie Mary Jo a im Jennings Debbie Jennings Steven Jensen Marcy Jenson Debbie Jernigan Debby Jersak Nancy Jersak Richard Jersak Robbie Jessen Mr Bob Jett an Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 4 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnston Johnston Allan Annie Drane Don Jerry Karen Karen Mike Pomelra Patty Roberta Russell Stephen Steve Steve H Stuart Susan Mr Vrrgrl Zo a Greg Walt 10 5 Jolley Brenda Jolley Linda Jones Brenda G 14 128 4 Freeman and Ed Wilson entertain students during i Krautsch, Fred ..... Krautsch, Greg ......... . . . .. Krebs, Mrs. Marjorie . .. ... . .. sis Krull, Rick ........... .... 1 14, Kruse, Mike ........ Kruse, Steve .... Kuenz, Steven . . . . Kuklenski, Dr. Joe Kyle, Rick ....... Kynion, Mike ...... . Kynion, Shelly .... Lakin, Chris ........ Lakin, Debbie .... Lambeth, Mrs.Ruth Landers, Ronald .. Lands, Cynthia 17 90, 91, ... .... , , 68, Lands, Richard .. Lane, Allene .... . '1'a'o',' iii, Lane, Mike .... . . . 130, 143, 145, Lane, Vivian .... .. 101, 104, 105, Laney, Jim ...... ................ Langham, Frank . 90, 91, 102, 130, Langham, Jim .................... Langham, John .. ......... 90, 91, Langston, Becky ., ....... .. Langston, Dennis . . . . . . . . . . Langston, Douglas .. ........ .. Langston, Mark . . . ........ . . ,. Langston, Richard ............. 68, Lansdon, Ruth .... ... . 130, 131, Larimore, David .. ....... 123, Larkins, Glenda .. ........ .. Lasswell, Sharlene . . .... 135, Latall, Allen , .... ....... Latimer, Mike One of the most common of all extracurricular activites is talking on the phones, which is a practice that is continued at school a's well as at home. Jones, Brenda S. 66, 129, 133, 135, 143 Jones, Bruce .. ................. 114 Jones, Cathy . .................... 114 Jones, Cindy ....... 117, 141, 144, 153 Jones, David ........ 53, 135, 144 Jones, Debie .......... 117, 144 Jones, Donna 129, 145, 155 Jones, Gary .... . .......... 104 Jones, Laird . .. 141, 143, 144 Jones, Linda . .. ...... 114, 133 Jones, Lowell .. .......... 104 Jones, Randy ..... .... 1 14 Jones, Richard ..... . 129 Jones, Sharon .,... ..... 1 01, 129 Jones, Mr. Stanley .... 22, 44, 72 Jordan, Nancy ..... .. 103, 141, 144 Journagan, Al ............... 107, 129 Journagan, Michael .... .......... 1 14, Journalism .......... . . . 30, 31 K Kahmann, Paul ...... ....., 1 29 Kaiser, Kevin ....... . 114 Kane, Cheryl ..... 114, 133 Kane, 'John ....... ...... 1 14 Kauffman, David . .. ....... . 114 Kauffman, Stan .... ......... 1 04 Kay, Mona .......... 62, 64, 114 Keathley, Vickye Jean ............. 114 Keathley, Randy ....... ........ ' 129 Keen, Pamela ....... .... 1 04 Keesee, David .... .... ......... 1 0 4 Keeslar, Danny .............. 114, 133 Keeslar, Suzette .... 71, 107, 133, 144 Keiner, Mike ........,............ 114 Keller, Janet 66, 72, 135, 141, 144 Keller, Stevia ........... 101, 104, 109 Kelley, Carolyn 114, 117, 127, 145, 149 Kelly, Allen .. ............... 114 Kelly, Harry ..... ............. 1 29 Kelly, Kathy ....... 101, 104, 105 Kelly, Marianne .......... . 129 Keltner, Joy ..... ......... 1 04 Keltner, Sharon .. .... 114 Kendall, Cindy .. 129,131 Kerr, Robert .................. 68, 144 Kessler, Bruce ............... 129, 130 Key, Candy .... 66, 113, 129, 133, 149 Key Club ........................ 143 Key, Lori .... ............. 1 04, 155 Killian, Bill .. .... .... 1 04, 135 Killian, Joe .. . ..,..........,.. 129 Killian, Peggy .... 101, 107, 129, 152, 153 Kimball, Julie . .. . .... ...... 7 2, 104 Kindig, Kathie .... ...... 1 14, 155 King, Danny ..,.. .. 84, 104, 107 King, Ellen ........ ..... 1 05, 144 King, Mr. Russell ,. .... 21, 143 King, Sharon .,... 114, 122, 135 King, Sheryl .,.. ....... . . 105, 144 King, Sue ........... 66, 105, 143, 144 Kirby, Mr. John . .............. 52, 53 Kirkpatrick, Charlotte ............. 114 Kirschke, Beverly ....... 129, 153 Kiser, Danny ........ ...... 1 29 Kiser, Joe ..... ......., 1 04 Kizman, Karen .... .,,., 1 Ol, 104 Klapp, Philip ,..... 7B, 86, 129 Kleiber, Melanie .. ,,,,,,,,, 114 Kleiber, Robert ...... ...,,,,, 1 14 Kheedler, Ladenna 129 Knewtson, Mark 114 Knight, Jesse .... ......... 1 04 Knott, Cindy ....., 101, 104 Knox, Danna ............ 107, 109, 114 Kolze, Billy . ............ 130, 143, 145 Kralt, Mr. Kenneth W. ............, 17 Kraft, Kevin .................. 68, 130 Kramer, Andrea 113, 127, 130, 141, 143, 144, 149 Kramer, Sherry 103, 114, 127, 131, 143, 149 Latin Club ....... Laub, Duane ....... Lawhon, Katherine Lawrence, Sydney Laxtan, Lana ..... Layton, Mark .... Lea, Mike ........ Leabold, Michael fIii25f'15sf 135, I1'.Q'1i'l4Q 84, ....jj .75 Lechner, Mr. Bob .... ..... , , Ledbetter, Kathy .... Lederer, Susan .... Lee, Linda .. . .. Lee, Mr. Russell .. 117, 130, 114, Leidy, Robert ....... ............ Leisenring, Carol ,. 101, 105, 146, Leist, Marilyn ........,........... Leonard, William ............. . Leonetti, Jeri Anne Leslie, O, R. ........... 101, 114, Letterman, Mr. James 25, 26 Letterman, Mr. Otto . .. ..... . . .. Letterman's Club . . . . Leverenz, Jane . . Levitch, Leslie .. Lewis, Donna Lewis, Doris Lewis, Janet Lewis, Karen .. Lewis, Mike Library Club ...... Lightner, Debbie Liles, Judy . ...... . Lilley, Jack ......... Lilly, Marilyn Kay Linderer, Nanette Lindman, Sandy ...., Lipscomb, Cindy .... Lipscomb, Earl .... . Lipscomb, Kcrl . . . Lipscomb, Larry . .. Lisenby, Becky . Lille, Dr. Roy Little, Kathy .... Livingston, Dennis Loffer, Debbie .. Loflin, Terry- . . '...ffff'161,' 64, 117, '1.li'.1'2'2i 114, 107, .'.'..'.f','.'15bi 123, 72, 74, 135, 6s,'72,' i27Q' 72, 99, 24,72, .Qfiiif Lofshult, cindy ......... 107, Mummen, Derivs 1461 153 Lolshult, Sandy .......... 135, Manis, Carrol 116 Lollar, Kevin ..,. 72, 78, 79, 102, Manis, Janna ......... . 130 Lollar, Pele , 33, 75, 32, 33, g6,130, Mann, Blaine ........... . 104 Mann, Marcia .. 117, 130, 131 Long, Doug .. ......... 95, Manning, Connie ....,..... 104 Long, Leslie .... 105, 114, MUPGS, MOYY - 68, 101, 104 Long, Randy ..... ............. M Uplei 10110 --------- - 104 Looney, Jill .,..,,, 105, 114, Maples, Tom .......... ...... 7 8, 130 Lorenz, Laurie .......... 127, 130, Maflefi NUWCY - 121, 130, 149. Lorenz, Mary Beth ......,.... 1 151 Lotterer, Janice ....... .......... M Ufllni P0111 ----' 104, 109 Loucks, Brenda .............. 101, MCHS11, Dan ---- ------ 1 04 Love, Greg. 80, 114, 135, 143, Marsh, Peggy 104 Marshall, Betty .....,.. .......... 1 30 Loveland, Danny ....... ..... 1 Q, MU"5l'101li Pe99Y -----4- -A-------- 1 04 Lowe, Dr. Arch ..... ...... 1 Martin, Cynthia 117, 121, 130, L0we, Dr. Howard .... . 131 Lowry, Gale ..,,,, ,,,,, , ,, Martin, Donnie . .. . .... Lowther, Natalie ,, ,,,,, 104 Martin, Linda . . 117, Luce, Dorelen .... . .... 55, , Muffin, NUNCY ----- ----4 1 46, 1 72' Luckfield, Lynn 104, 105 53 Luebbert, Eric .... Luebbert, Mark . . . . . Lurvey, Robert . .. ,... Lurvey, Steve .... Lyons, Elizabeth . . . . . Lyon, Rosemary . . . Lynde, Raymond .,..... M Mobary, Mrs. Gladys Mace, Kathy . ........ Mace, Susie , ....,. . Maddy, Carol .. Maddy, Jeff .. Madrigal ............. Madsen, Karen .... 127 Magers, Mr. William G. Magill, Todd ..... ..... Mahan, Mrs. Dee .... Mahoney, Mike Mahoney, Fat ...... Mallian, Jeff ........ ia6Q'i1bi'izl1f 1192, 4152, ao, 46, 104 6a,' 123, , 130, iss, 'ffff'21, .II'6zi.' 151 Malone, Miss Norma ...... 30, , Mason , Rebecca Massey, Kathryn .... Masters, Mark .. Masters, Susan .... 107, Mathematics ..... . ..... Mathematics Club Matthews, Julie .... May, Debbie May, Kathy .... Mayhall, Mike .. Mayhall, Nancy . Ma nard Linda y , .... Maynard, Susan . Mays, Jill .......... Mays, Miss Marti McBride, Susan McCallister, Carla McCallister, Howard . McCallister, Jeff .... McCallon, Mary .... McCammon, Brad McCann, Reta .. McCauley, Mary Ann 1o1, , 116, 130. 133. 44, 116 1:40 153 123, 146 130 153 155 149 45 145 127, 135, 141, 146,149 104 116, 133 .. 30, 72, 146 101, 116, 135 116, 131, 155 104, 155 104,105,109 116 146 80,104 116 117,130,131, 151 133, 149, . so, 116, 130 . ...,, 104, 105 146, 153 5- o- 4 McClain, McCloskey McClernor McClernor McCord, McCory, l McCory, McCracke1 McCullo'ug McCurdy, McCurry, McCurtair1 McDaniel, McDaris, McDermot McDermot McDonald McGuire, McGuire, McJimsey, McKay, B McKay, A McKee, N McKeen, McKeen, McKenzie, McKinney McKinney McKinney McKinney McLean, McMeen, McNabb, McPherso1 McQueary McReynol Meadows, Meek, Gi Meek, M Meek, M1 Melton, . Melton, . Melton, Meredith, Meredith, Merriman Merriman Mertz, G Messick, Metcalf, Metzger, Meyer, B1 Meyer, D Meyer, J Meyer, J Meyer, S Meyer, Meyers, Middletoi Miles, Kc Miles, Lc Miller, B Miller, C Miller, E Miller, Miller, Miller, Iv Miller, P Miller, R Miller, Miller, S I Ji Ji S 11 Mills, Pa Millsap, Mincks, l Minton, Mires, M Misemer, Mitchell, Mitchell Mitchell, Mitchell f I Mitchell, Mitchell, Mitchell, Mitchell, Mix, Hal Model C Moellerin Moftis, E Moll, Ka Moll, La Montgom Montgom Montgom Montgom Moomaw 'Maon, N Moore, l Moore, l Moots, II Maots, l Morehou: Morehou: Morgan, Morgan, Morgan Morris, Morrow, Morton, Morton, Morton, Morton, Morton, '1 , y ............ 104, McGuire, Larry .... 101, 115, 121, g on the at home. . I46, 153 ...... 116 .... 130 , ..... 104 , 130, 131 ..... 104 , 101, 104 . ..... 104 . 78, 130 130, 149, 151 . 104, 109 ..... 104 , ..... 104 ..... 130 ..... 104 121, 130, 131 ..... 116 117, 130 , 146, 153 123, 146 , 130, 153 116, 155 133, 149 ... 44, 45 ..... 145 135, 141, 146,149 . ,... 104 116, 133 1, 72, 146 116, 135 131, 155 104, 155 , 105, 109 59 116 146 . 80,104 116 130, 131, , 149, 151 , 116, 130 104, 105 146, 153 McClain, David Tom McClaske Tom . . Y, - - McClernon, Kitty .. McClernon, Larry McCord, Craig .... McCory, Bart .... McCory, David .. . .. 80, 86, f.i'.'ibL1Q flfibiif McCracken, Jackie .,..... McCullough, Terry ........,... 91 130 McCurdy, Jana .... McCurry, Doug .....,......... McCurtain, Marsha ., , 133, 145,' 68, 65, 131, 133 i McDaniel, Mr. Brll ...........,.... McDaris, Debbie 103, McDermott, Robin .. . McDermott, Stacee McDonald Jo ce 130, McGuire, Mark . ............. 130, McJimsey, Bob .. McKay, Barry McKay, Mike .... McKee, Marilyn ibifibil McKeen, Rondi ..... McKeen, Mrs. Wilda Moseley, Melissa 116, 117, 135, Mosher, Mindy ......... 40, 106 Mullican, David .............. 101 Mullikin, Margaret ..........,.... Millikin, Sue .............,...... Mumaugh, Susan 117, 122, 146, Munhollon, Sue .... 101, 116, 146, Murney, Bob .. 72, 84 Murphy, Gary .... ..,, 1 16, Murphy, Suzy .,..... Murrell, Harry Lee Music .. .......... ......... , , Myers, Carole ..... 102, 103 Myers, Debbie ,. 101, 106 Myers, Rodney ....., Myers, Stan .... .... 1 06 Myers Steve .. Myers Wayne Mynalt, Terry McKenzie, Terry .....,.........,., McKinney, Cheryl . 101, 117, 130, McKinney Dixie ......... 116, 39 McKinney, Mr. Edgar ..... , .... McKinney, Mike ...... 90, 91, 102 McLean, McMeen, 1 Roger .......... 130, 1312 Sheri, ................... McNabb, Mike .. 64, 78, 82, 102, McPherson, David ....... ..... 9 0 McQueary, Fred .,... McReynolds, Clarence Meadows, Miss Jayne 1 ao, ff Hflf. 35 130 Meek, Gaye .... . .... .. .... Meek, Mrs. Mary Kay ......... 25, Meek, Max ............... 80, 86, Melton, John .... ............... Melton, John .... 86, 116, Melton, Sandy .... Meredith, Glee .... Meredith, Renee . . . Merriman, Judy .... .... 1 04, Merriman, Vicki . . . , .......... . . . Mertz, Greg .............,..,. 68, Messick, Rosemary 66, 72, 107, Metcalf, Connie .................. Metzger, Joycelyn ....... 101, 104, Meyer, Beverly ........... 69, 105, Meyer, Donna ...... 101, 117, 132, Meyer, Jim . . . Meyer, Joe . Meyer, Steve . . Meyer, Steve ...... Meyers, Debbie . Mfddieion, Mi. Lyra' Miles, Kathy ........ Miles, Laura ...... ,104, Miller, Barbara Miller, Connie Miller, Dan Miller, Janice Miller, Jim . .. Miller, Mark .... 116, 117, 72,132, Miller, Paul . ........ . Miller, Rebecca " "Z11'saQ 36, 37, 69, 68 132, 72, 121, 146, 143, 72, 82, 102, 68, 117, 146, Miller, Steve ............ .... 1 21, 101 117 132 Miller, Virginia Mills, Patrick .... Millsap, Nancy ..... 1 1 I 101, Mincks, Brenda ...... Minton, Mrs. .lenniler 132, 145 109 106 132 116 153 153 132 133 55, 72 80 106 ,. 36 148 120 116 155 116 116 Napier, Sally ..,....... ..... 6 9 132 Napier, Susan .. . .. 66, 69 148 Nash, Sue ..... ......., 1 16 Neale, Karen . .. .. 116, 131 Neale, Kathie . . .. 116 131 Nealy, Larry .., . . . 68, 106 Nealy, Mariean .....- 69, 116 Neff, Charlie . .. .. 69, 90, 148 Neff, Stanley ................. 68 106 Neil, John ..... .........,...... 1 32 Neil, Terry 72 103, 105, 148, 153 Neill, Becky ...... ........... 1 06 109 Nelson, Mrs. June .........., . 59 Nelson, Kenneth . . . . .. 68, 80 106 Nelson, Mr. Wayne .... ..... 4 4, 45 145 Neufeld, Sandy . . ....... 148 Nevatt, Mike 68 116 Newman Dave .......51 Newman Denise . . . ..... . 132 Newman Donna ....... .... 1 16 117 Newman, Jackie .................. 53 Newman Janice . . . 106, 122, 135, 148 Newport, Steve Newton, Janice Nichols, Curtis Nielsen, Linda .... 68 Nielsen, Randall .. 68 Nieman, Kathy Niewald, Steve Nimmo, James ...... 69, 115, 148 .II Qffibs .... ...... Ntswander, Debi 1o9,' Nitzsche, Brad Nivens, Randy . Nivens, Ricky 68 Nix, Dennis 120 Nixon, Dorothy Noe, Valinda Nokes, Jan . .. .... Nolte, Jeff .......... 84, Northcutt, Mrs. Rose ., ..... 25, Norton, Ken ,....... .,...,. 8 6 Nothum, Bob ..... ........... Nothum, Joyce .,.. 120, 121 Nowlin, Debie ..... Null, Mrs. Velma .... . 25, Nunn, Dana ................. 101 Nutt, Rick ................,. 107, Nutting, Gayle 117, 131, 141, Oakes, Sandy ........ .......,. O'Brien, Miss Mary .... .... 3 8, 41 Oshsner, Kristy .,......... 72, 106 O'Cannell, Janis .. .... 101, 106, Office Workers Oglesby, ' David... ..... Oglesby, Mark .. . . . .. Oglesby, Stan 53, O'Hara, Don .... . . .' 90, O'Hara, Susan .... .....,. O'Hara, Terri . . . .... 106, Oliver, Mary . O'Neal, Becky O'Neal, Jim ...... .. 107, 116 O'Neill, Betsy O'Neil Orfhes l, Kit HU ..... Ormsbee, Chris .. Ormsbee, Melissa , Ottati, Marilyn ,. Owen, Ginger Owen, Linda .. Owen, Nellie .. Owens, Mark .. Owensby, Max ., Owings, Patty .... 1 Owings, Vivian P Padgett, Debbie ., . Padgham, Richard . Painter, Mr. Glenn Palmer, Johnny .... 1 i Palmer, Pat ...,.. Pardee, Donna ... Parker, Dennis , . . Parker, Steve . . Parks, Joe ..... Parten, Debbie . .. Parten, Kay ,... . Paschall, Laurel Partick, Barry Patterson, Brenda .. Patterson, Larry . . Patterson, Rose Mary Patton, Mike .. Paul, Becky ....... Paul, Belinda .. Paul, Debbie Pausell, David .... Payne, Dorothy Payne, John ,... Payne, Judy .. Payne, Mason ,. Payne, Penny ...... Pearce, Kenneth Pearce, Mrs, Sara . Pearcy, Teresa .... Pearman, Chester .. Mires, Mrs. Mary Lee .. 44, Misemer, Berry ,...... 2 80, Mitchell, Cindy ..... ......... Mitchell, Mr. Ernest .............. Mitchell, Laurie ....... . 68, 132, Mitchell, Linda 133, 145, 146, Mitchell, Mark .... ..... , 68, Mitchell, Sharon .................. Mitchell, Susan .................,. Mitchell, Tim ...............,.... Mix, Holly ..,. 68, 131 Model City Government ............ 70 Moellering, Doug ., 82, 102, 135, 141, 146 146 132, 143, 102--107' ' 135 as, 107, 123, Moftis, David ................ Moll, Karen ........,.... Moll, Larry .... 78, 90, Montgomery, Mike ...... Montgomery, Sam . .. Montgomery, Tim . .. Montgomery, Tom Moomaw, Jim ...... Moon, Mr. Henry Moore, Kenny ...... Moore, Mr. Paul .... Moors, David ,,.. . Moots, Randall Morehouse, Keith Morehouse, Steven .. . 72, 135, , be , "biz , filed ...72, 143, 105 Morgan, Annette .... Morgan, Bob ..... Morgan, Melissa .. Morris, Debbie .. . Morrow, Jerry .............,..... Morton, Debbie ....... 68, 74, 141 Morton, Mrs. Nadsan . Morton, Rhonda ......... ...... Morton, Steve ...... Morton, Teresa . 48, The phenomena of watching a frantic game of basketball come screeching to a sudden halt became a common sight at the Glendale-Hillcrest game when lost contacts brought searching players to their knees three times Pitts, David Mrs. Mary Kay Meek, revealing the tensions 'of a teacher's day, takes a few minutes to rest. Pearman, Jackie Pease, Stephen .. 80, 106 121, 148 118 Peck, Karen ............ Peebles, Claudia ...... 31 , 148, 1 131, 141 Peele, Patty .. Pellham, Mark . 72 Phnpon Scruggs, Tim Pemberton, Mellissia Penninger, Bill Pennington, JoEllen Pennington, Rodney Pep Club .......... Pering, Doug ...... Perkins, Donna ..... 34, , 64, 65, 121, 171 49,151,158, .. 68,107,117,132 , 36, 102, 141, 143, 149 148, ..........68,,106 80, 86, 91, 106 .. 117, 118, 133 68, 106,145 109 Pertuche, David Peters, Kenneth Peterson, Signe ...... Pfost, Mrs. Eugenia Philbin, Diane . 92, Phillips, Carol . Phillips, Sue .. 70 Phillips, Tom ....., 118 46,148 132 82, 132 66, 132 25 27 1o2,'16i,'i1'31,'135 , 101 106,107,109 , 921 1 Sandy .... . . Sherer, Physical' Education 102, 103, 117, 141,148 132 109 101,106, 56, 57 118 Pickering, Andy .,..... Pickering, Carol .... 66, 72, 105, 1331, Pickney, Lanie .... .... 1 06, 107, Pickney, Roger .... Picotte, Merril .. Pierce, Alan . Pierce. Becci .. Pierce, Jan .... Pierce, Kenny Pierce, Lane .. Pierce, Phil Pierce, Vicki .... Pierson, Sandy Pike, Gary ...... Pilkinton, Janice .. Pinegar, Bob .... .. 29, 84, 148, 109 132 106 106 123, 148 109, 135 78 132 106 118 106, 109 113, 132 106, 135 ea, 106 Pitts, Louise . .. Plank, Joni .... Plaster, Debbie .. Plaster, Robert Probst, Mrs. Almira 1 106 106 ""11s" A , iii, 133 103, 132 106 Poindexter, Linda .. ..... 101, 106 Ponder, Jerry .... ......... 1 06 Porter, Mike ............ . 118 Posey, Beverly .... .. 130, 132, 143 Potter, Penni .. .. 117, '118, 145 Potts, Gary .... . ........ 118 Powell, David .... ........... 8 6, 132 Powell, Gary ............. 80, 106 Pratte, Becky ........,.. 101, 106, 109 Pratte, Chuck ..... 101, 132, 152, 153 Presley, Bob ....... 113, 148, 150, 153 Preston, Dan ............. .. 118 Price, Mr. Bob .... 56, 80, 90, 91 Price, Bob ...,. ....... 9 O, '106 Price, Candy .... ...... 1 . 132 Price, Charles ..... ........ 1 48, 150 Price, Jerry ................. 148, 150 Price, Richard .................,.. 118 Price, Steve .... 78,, 80, 102, 148, 150 Price, Wendy ....... 101, 118, 121 27 118 Proe, Junior Propps, Don ..... Prosser, Gregg .... Provance, Mr. Dan Pruett, Mr. Bill .... Pruitt, Tom ...... Pulley, Bobby .. Pulley, Lavona .. Purdy, Linda ..... Pursley, Jeanne . ...... . Puterbaugh, Sherry Pyles, Miss Carmen Quill 81 Scroll ....... I1's4Q its 132 37, 78 59 148, 150 80, 106 132 132, 153 118 66, 67, 13, 132 25, 27 151 Raber, Suzanne Race Kenneth F2 . ..... 118 118 y, .... Radford, Kelvin .... 118, 133 Ragland, Donna Raines, Debbi ....... 118 69,148,150 Rainwater, Debra ,.,.... 118 Rolls, Barry ....... 68, 80, 106 Rolls, Linda ,.... ........ 1 32 Rand, Mike .. ..........,. 132, 145 Randall, Chris ....,...... 132, 151 Randall, Dana .. 68, 69, 72, 147, 148, 150, 153 Randle, Kirk ...................,. 106 Randle, Sarah ....,.. 72, 105, 148, Rapp, Debbie . . . Rapp, Mark . .. Rapp, Marla .. Rapp, Rolin ... Rarrick, Mike ., . . Rash, Mervin ., Rotcliff, Joe ..... 150 118 101, 106 123 106 101, 118 53 118, 155 Ratcliffe, Susan .... .... 1 32, Rathnow, Ronald .. ..... .. Rauscher, Bill Rauscher, Steve .... Ravan, Tim ..... .....II'i4sf Reading, Ronny ..,.... 70, 72, 84, Reaves, Randy . ...... 72, 101, 111, Reavis, Cynthia .............. 105, Record, Joyce Record, Rex .. Record, Terry .... Redding, Wayne 135 118 118 150 106 118 118 106 117, 132 133 118, 148, Rogers, Pam ........ 68, 117, 120, 155 Rollings, Kathy . ..... 69, 101, 106, 109 Rolufs, Verna ..........,......... 106 Roscoe, Cathy ...... 105, 122, 132, 133 Roscoe, Georgann ................ 106 Rose, Kenneth ............... 113, 132 Rose, Mr. Richard .... ...... 4 3, 155 Rose, Rickey .... ...... 1 49, 150 Rose, Russ ........ . 113, 120, 143 Rosendahl, Eirik . ........,.... 68, 106 Ross, Tom .................... 68, 106 Roth, Judy .................. 106, 109 Roush, Elaine ....,. 117, 135, 149, 150 Roush, Nancy ............ 132, 153 Royal, Ann .. ................ 68 Royalty ..,..... 62, 63 Royd, Colleen ......... ......... 1 32 Royston, Randy ................... 123 Royston, Sandy ................... 120 Rubert, Lao .... 66, 72, 135, 147, 149, 150 Rui, Harold ...... 68, 91, 106, 145 Ruhl, James .... ............... 1 20 Rumfelt, David .... .... ........ 1 3 2 Rumfelt, Vicki ......... 105, 106 Rummel, Mrs. Clara .... ,... 5 5, 105 Rumple, Debbie ...... 105, 120 Rush, Rodney ...... ...... 1 32 Rushing, Becky ..,..... . 132 Russell, Nancy .... ...... 1 20, 127 Russell, Steve .... 141, 149, 150 Rust, Debbie .......... ......... 1 06 Safety Council ................... 107 Sala, Cristi ......... 63, 120, 149, Salveter, Celia . .. ......... 105, Sand, Jay ....... ............. Sanders, Cynthia ............. 106, Sanders, Gail ........... 105, 117, Sanders, Jeanne .. 105, 130, 141, - 151, 153, Sanders, Jerry ..... . ....... 90, Sanders, John .................... Satterfield, Connie .,..... 68, 101, Scanlon, R C ........,.. 78, 135, Scanlon, Sally ...... 105, 107, 117, Schatz, Peter .. .............. .. Scheele, Mike .... ......... 1 45, Schellack, Alen .. 150 ...... . 118 Redwing, Pamela ............ 148, 150 Redwing, Robert .................. 118 Reed, Billy ...... 72, 90, 127, 148, 150 Reed, Doug ...... ....... . . 80, 84, 106 Reed, Gary ....... ....... . 106 Reed, Judy .. .... 148, 150 Reed, Phyllis .. .... 106, 109 Reed, Sharon .. ..... 148, 150 Reed, Alan ...............,...... 132 Reeter, Jodi Lee ........ 101, 115, 118 Reichardt, Toni 101, 120, 132, 149, 153 Reid, David .,... 130, 132, 143 Reid, Karen 101, 105, 106, 109 Reid, Linda .... ...... 1 31, 132, 153 Reid, Sally .... ......... 1 06, 109 Renick, Sherry ................ 69, 106 Renner, Carol ..................., 106 Representative Assembly ............ 72 Revis, Nancy ........... 101, 106, 127 Revis, Sue .................. 103, 118 Reynolds, Frank .... ..... 1 48, 150 Reynolds, Jill .... ....... 1 18, 127 Rhea, Marla ...... 105, 132, 135 Schellack, Rodney 149, 68, 80, 106, Schlink, Jerry ........,... 43, 120, Schlink, Rodger .,...... 141, Schlveter, Rick .. Schmidt, 'Barbara f.ffffffffff'ii6, sehmadr, Mark .... 107, 129, 141, Schmidt, Terri .. 65, 132, 135, Rhea, Richard ......... 68, 69, 90, 118 Rhines, Jon .................. 68, 118 Rhodes, Jeni ................ 131, 132 Rhodes, Scott 68, 69, 72, 148, 149, 150 Rhoten, Jill ...... 118, Schnedler, Mrs. Phylrss ............ Schneider Schneider Schooling Schreiber, Cathie . 27 , cathy .. 104, 120, 127, 150 susan .. 117, 120, 127, 145, 149 , Peggy .............. Simmons, A Simmons, l Simmons, l Simovic, Jc Simpson, A Simpson, S Sims, Marl Singleton, Singleton, Singleton, Singleton, Sing'Ou1 Siplinger, Siplinger, F Sisco, Miss Sisco, Shirl Sissel, Don Skelly, Lau Skelton, Di Skiffington, Skiffington, Skill, Dan Slack, Mr. Slentz, Dol Smallwood, Smiddy, Ri Smith, Ann Smith, Bark Smith, Brac Smith, Brac Smith, Dari Smith, Deb Smith, Dee Smith, Don Smith, Gai Smith, Gen Smilh, Mrs. Smith, Judy Smith, Keit Smith, Lee Smith, Mitc Smith, Nan Smith, Pam Smith, Pats Smith, Patl Smith, Rani Smith, Step Smith, Stevi Smith, Stev Smith, Tere: Smotherman, Smothers, B Snead, Sallj Snead, Som Snead, Stev Snodgrass, l Social Studi Solomon, N Salum, Grei Sommers, S1 Sooter, Jeai Sophomore 133 Richards, Cheryle . ........ .. 120 Richards, Robin .............. 148, 150 Richards, Sandra ........ 101, 106, 109 Richardson, Gladys ............... 106 Richardson, Guy .... . .... ..... 1 20 Richardson, Richie .. ..... 137 Richardson, Rick .... 106 Richardson, Stephen .......... 127, 132 Ridenour, Suzonn ............ 148, 150 Rigg, Janet . 103, 105, 135, 141, 143, 148 150 91, Rimmer, Mrs. Jo Ann ...... 54, 55, 105 132 Schreiber, Rick .. Schroder, Raymond Schroeder, Gary . Schultz, Debbi .. Schultz, Dennis .. Schultz, Mary Ann Schwartz, Frank . Schwartz, Gary .. Science A... .... Science Club .... Scillian, Stephanie Scott, Charles Scott, Christine . Scott, Dennis Scott, Roger .... Scruggs, Chris Seaton, Jan ...... 106, 107, f. Hffffbsf .... . 42, ...... 101, .. ao, 91, 107, 28, ' 1310, 149, 130, 106, Seaton, Jim ...... ...... . ..... 9 0, See, Sandra ................. 106, Sellars, Jean . 27, 72' 75 103 121, Sellars, Jim Selle, Mari '135, 141, 149, so, ae, 120, 101, 105, Selph, Mike .... ........ 1 32, Selph, Susan . .. ........ 106, Sexton, Vickie .. . . . . . 107, 150, Shadwick, Ronnie . . . ....... . . . . Shain, Sharon .... .... 1 05, Sharp, Linda 105, Sharp, Dave .... . . . 150, Sharp, Peggy ... .... 101, Shaw, Cathy .. . ...... . 68, Shaw, JoEllen . . ........ I05, Sheets, Becky . .... . . . 123, 150, Sheldon, Beverly 150, Linda . ...... 66, 134, 127, Rinehart, Janet ....... ......... Rippee, Gregg ...... 148, 150 Rips, Debbie .... ..... 1 20, 135 Rishworth, Carol .. 48, 149, 150 Risner, .lack .............. 80, 86, 106 Risner, Jeanne ................... 106 Risner, Jim . 72, 78, 86, 101, 113, 132, 149, 152, 153 Ritter, Dennis .............. '149, 150- Rittershouse, Becky ....... . 106 Robberson, Sharon .. ..,. 132, 135 Robbins, Dan ..... ....... 1 32 Roberts, Barry .............. , 106 Roberts, Cathy ............... 101, 120 Roberts, Charley .................. 120 Roberts, Cindy .... 1U1, 105, 120, 135 Roberts, Mr. Jack .............. 41, 82 Roberts, Jackie ................... 106 Roberts, Julie ...,.......... 103, 132 Roberts, Michael ,............ .... 1 20 Roberts, Mike . ,.... 120 133, 149, 150 Roberts, Mrs. Opal ........ 13, 27, 122 Roberts, Pat ........... .... 1 49, 150 Roberts, Patricia ..,.. 120, 131 Roberts, Philip .. .....-. -.--' 1 32 Roberts, Timothy .. .... 132, 145, 151 Robinett, Mark ..,........ 80, 120, 143 Robinett, Warren 29, Robinetle, Mrs. Martha 72, 127, 132, 143,145 44, 66 105, 117, 120 Robinson, Becky .... 72, Robinson, Curt .......... Robinson, Pat... Robinson, Rusty Rodgers, Roebke, .I.3.2.l .... Donna .. . , 120 149 150 ss, 132, 155 115 120 106 109 Cheryl .. ..., .. 165, , Roebke, Mike .......,............ 132 Rogers, Cathy .... 107, 117, 131, Rogers, Cindy ..,... 105, 127, 149, 150 Rogers, Judy .. .......... 132, 135 Rogers, Nick 63, 149, 150 Sheridan, Douglas .. .......... 120, Sherman, Ron ..... ,..... Shipley, Lynn ....... ...... Shipman, Mary Ann . . ...... .. Shirley, Betsy ........... . . . 150, Shirley, Joe .... Shollenberger, Mr. James .... 36, 115, 152, 131 Shuler, Jo Ellen ......... 103, , Shultz,, DeAnna ...... 25, 72, 141, 150 Shultz, Nancy .... Sieckmann, Linda Siman, Scott ..... 120,' .. .. 101, 134, 72,'91, Simkins, Linda .......... 103, 106, Simmons, Diane .... 68, 105, 106, Souder, Dei Southard, D Southard, E Soxman, Cl Soxman, Mi Spanish Clu Sparkman, I Sparkman, ' Sparling, Li Speech Spence, Kat Spencer, M1 Spencer, Ju Sphar, John Spicer, Mar Spickard, D Spickard, R Spies, Joe Spindler, El Spradling, 4 Stacey, Heli Stafford, Be Stafford, Be Stafford, Ja Stafford, Te Stahl, Larry Stahl, Pegg Stanley, An Stansberry, Stansberry, Stansberry, Stanton, Je Stark, Jodi Stark, Mart Starkey, Dc Steele, Gre Steinbecker, Steinert, Bri Steinert, Ci Steinert, Su Steinert, Tc Stegner, Jo Stevens, Stevens, Stever, Mr. Stever, Nar Stewart, N1 Stewart, Pe Stewart, Vlii Stiegemeyer C11 Lit 2 147 149 2 7 1 106, 109 Slmmons Mr Don Slmmons Karen Srmmons Lynda Sumovrc JoAnna Srmpson Al Sumpson Susan Sums Mark S1ngleton Srngleton Srngleton Smgleton Donn1e Harrrette Kevrn Steve S1ngOut Slplrnger Davnd Suplnnger Robrn Srsco Mlss Lrnda Srsco Shrrley Slssel Don Skelly Laura Skelton Dlana Sksffnngton Edward Skrffrngton Susan Sk ll on Slack Mr Don Slentz Don Smallwood Jeanne Smvddy Ronnre Smrth Smrth Smnth Smrth Sm1th Smrth Smrth Smrth Smnth Smlth Smlth Sm1th Smnth Smrth Smlth Smrth Smnth Smlth Smrth Smlth Smrth Smith Smlth Smothe Smothe Snead Snead Ann Barbara 7 37 10 9 68 80 Brad 7 03 Bradley Darwrn Debby Dee Don Gary Gene Mrs Hazel Judy Ken th ee Mltchel Nancy 123 Pam Patr1c1a 10 2 Patty Stephanle Steve Steve Teresa rman Llnda rs ad G 7 Sam Snead Steve Snodgrass Lanny Socral Studres Solomon Mrke Solum Greg Sommers Susan Sooter Jeanne 66 67 Sophomore Choir Souder Debbre Southard Debble Southard Elvrn 3390 4 10 8 Soxman Chrrstopher 5 5 Soxman Mrchal Sponrsh Club Sparkmon Debra 147 50 porkman Teresa 107 113 Sparlrng Lrbby 1 14 150 2 Speech Spence Kathy Spencer Mrs Brllle Spencer Julre Sphar John Spucer Mary Ellen Splckard Dan Sprckard Ronme Spres Joe 20 46 7 Spundler Elarne 10 0 Spradlrng Gary Stacey Helen Stafford Becky Stafford Beth Stafford Jane Stafford Terry Stahl Larry ta l Peggy Stanley Angela Stansberry Janell Stansberry Robert 8 84 Stansberry Teresa Stanton Jeann1ne Stark Jodl Stark Mart: Starkey Donald Steele Gregory Sternbecker Pat Stemert Brent Sternert Connre Sternert Steunert Stegner Stevens Stevens ue Tom JoAnn Chuck Lrnda Stever Mr Jrm Stever Nancy Stewart Stewart, Stewart, Norman Pe99Y V1ck1 Stregemeyer, Ann 15 2 1051 1 S ll ob Strll Robrn Stune Debbre Stocker Don Stocker Roger 13 7 79 102 Sta dard Paul 86 Sto es B ll Stokes Mrs Theresa Stone Mark Stone Shelby Stover Rlcky Stratton Debble Strawn Carolyn Street Tom Stnnger Kent Strong Debble Stubblefreld Lendy 6 2 5 6880 7 80 4 Student Workers Sturtevant Marc Styer Doug Styer Muke Sullnnger Robert Sullms Debble Sullms Steve Sullrvan Jeannle Sullrvan Kelly Summers Donna Summers Kelth Sumner Barbara Sumner Teresa Sutherland Ronnre Sutherlrn Mr Wlllram Swackhamer Bob 7 1 Swackhamer Tom Swartz Ga1l 6 72 5 Sweeney Tum Sweet Steve Swegart Susan Swrft Sharon Sykes ee Sykes Martha Sykes Tallulah Tate Lmda Tatum Claudme Tatum Pauline Taylor Donald Taylor Mrs Grace Taylor rm Teague Barbara Teller Steve Temple Pam Templeman Steve Templeman Sue Tennrs Thrmesch Martun Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomasso Brad Mr Carl Chrrstene Davrd Jerry Jesse am Steve Terry n Davrd Thomasson Susan Thompson o Thompson Donnle Thompson Janlce Thompson Lynn Thompson Mark Thompson Tom Thomson Carol Thornburg Gnnger Thornton Thrasher Thurman Thurston Edward eanna Paula Brad Tllton Judy 10 51 102 35 145 151 80 84 72 149 80 86 12 13 Tlnen Dlane Trnsely Paul Tokarczyk Greg Tokarczyk Leo Tollrver Debbre Tolluver Steve Tomlmson Theresa Toombs Sara Track Trapp Janet Trapp Paula Treadway Ir1s Treat Bob Treat Patrncra Trlbble Debble Trr H1 Y Trotter an Trotter Kelly Trotter Mrkee Trotter a Trumbo Alrstaur Tucker Dennrs Tucker D1ane Tucker Tom Turner Ca rol Turner Claudra Turner Debbre Turner Ju 1e Turner Karen Turner 1m Tweed Lorne Tweed Margot 68 94 8 2 6 O1 6 80 90 1 22 25 72 Tynes Katy 127 Tyler Vlcky Tyra Mrs Karen Uhlrs Debby Umphres Pamela Underwood Nancy Van Gelder Denlse VanSomeren LeAnn Vaughn Debby Vaughn J f Vaughn L1n a Vernon Greg Vernon Llnda Vernon Rrchard Vest Stan Vlenhage Cathl Vlenhoge V1ck1 Vrncel Mark Vrnyard Kay Vrnyard Robert Vrrdon Debbre Vrrdon Lrnda Vrrmg Danrel 152 4 Vocational Technical 51 Wade Kat y 10 Wade Mr Lowell Wade Mlllre Wade Roger Wageman Gere Waggoner Brenda Waggoner Kathy Waggoner Pamela Walt Greg Wart Steve Wante Barbara Walden Paul Walker Cothne Walker Danny Walker ea Anne Walker rc Agamst a clear 152 153 143 10 8 86 7 13 152 Ozark sky the 1 R 9 1 dxg mfred Amerrcan and Mxssourn flags wave above Glendales front lawn 120,155 J - I . 105 10, . 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Watson., Gayle ...... , , 127, 152 H92' .1-013' ' 112' Whitworth, Ronnie Wicklein, Carla ................. Wickizer, Mark . .. Wiggs, Steve .... Wilcox, Margaret . 101, 105, 141, Wilcox, Tricia ...... 105, 122, 127 Wiles, Alan . . . Wiles, Doug .,.... 68, 69, 130 Wilgus, Stan . , . . Wilhoit, Tom . , . . Wilkinson, Ed .... Wilkerson, Mike .. 72, 70, se, 102, ....123, 122, Will, Edie .... 72, 101, 134, 149, Will, Ruth ..,... ...,..... 6 9, 101 Willhite, Larry Willhoit, Sherryl . Willhoit, Mike .... Williams, Dan .... 1 Watson, Melanie ........ 72, 99, Watson, Terry .... 101, 105, Watterly, Kay .... ...... 1 08, Watters, Dottie ...... Watters, Joe Bill .. Watts, Bernard .... .... . Waugh, Doug .................... Weatherly, Allen 86, 102, 113, Weatherly, Sharon ........... 153, Weatherford, Benny .... 101, 108, 149, 152 Weatherford, Paul ............ 72, Weatherman, Perry ........... 123, Weatherman, Sue .. 31, 131, 143, 1 154 Weatherman, Teresa ........... 53, Weathers, Barbara 69, 105, Weaver, Patricia 68, 101, Weaver, Phyllis .. ....... 134, Webb, Kathy ...... 105, 117, Webb, Paul .... .... ....... 6 8 , Webster, Mary Nan .,.. .......... Weibel, Arlan ..,. .. ....... 51, Weiler, Jim ....... ......... 7 8, Wells, Cindy . .. 117, 133, West, Linda ....... ....... 1 15, Westermann, John .... 69, 101, Westfall, Janice .... 101, 105, Westfall, Judy .......... 101, 105 Weston, Rodney . ......... .... . Wetzel, Alane 19, 127, 141, 151, Wetzel, Mr. William ......... 44, Wheat, Elane ........... 101, 108 Wheeler, David ............... 68, Wheeler, Mary .... 101, 105, 121, Wheeler, Wayne .............. 68, Whillans, Jackie ................. Whitaker, Bill 72, 79, 86, 102, 135, 137, 143 Whitaker, Ted White, Bill .... ......... White, Craig ... White, Donna . . . . . . White, Eddie . .. White, Jana White, Jeff ... .... . 72, White, Jim . . ..,...... . . White, John .... 72, 78, White, Judson . . . ....... . . . White, Mark White, Paul .... ....... White, Sandy .. .... 123, White, Sheila White, Teresa .... . . . 68, White, Terry .... .... ...... While, Mr. T. J. ............ . 90, 122, 120, 68 134 134, 41 122 143 101 Whitlock, Mary 72, 117, 12 , Williams Jamie Williams, Jim Williams, John . . . Williams, Lance . . " ..'.'i40,'12 113 84, 80, 84 Williams, Terry . . . .....,. . . 80 Williams, Pam .... .... 6 8, 105 Williamson, Eddie .... . . , 80,, 90 Wills, Vicki .,.... 133 Wilson, Danny . . . ......... . . .. Wilson, Cheryl .................. Wilson, Ed ........ 134, 152, 153 Wilson, Judy .. 74 Wilson. Paul ..... Wilson, Rickey Wilson, Terry .. Wilson, Victor Windham, Steve .. Winget, Dan .... Winget, Susan .... , 133, 141, 145, . 101, 134, 69 IQ IiI'ls0Q'04 80, 91 121, 130 46 154 ,134 .. 102,119,154 ao 122 . ...... 72, , 72, 80, 130, 134 122 108, 109 108, 109 Wingo, Nae Ann 135, 154 Wrinkle, Mrs. Carolyn .. Wingo, Tom ....... 90, 122 Wrinkle, Patsy Winslow, Anita ...... 134, 135 Wrinkle, Randall Winters, Linda .............. 107, 122 Wullf, Doug ..... Winters, Jerw .................... 108 Wulff, Kirk .,,, win, Kathryn ,34, 117, 121, 122, 13105 W,,,,,, Kevin ,,,, wise, Bob ..............., ..... 1 oe Wylfe' 'Say Wise, Charles . ..... 122 Wylle' Llndo wise, Dan ..... .. 84, 108 Wynes' B'e"'l" "'-' ' Wise, Leslie .... ............. 1 22 Wiseman, Gary ...... 122 1 1 1 1 Withers, Alynne .... 66, 127, Witherspoon, Doug ......... Wittmer, Bruce ............,. Wolf, Stanley ..... . Wolfe, Cindy . . .... 101, Wolfe Connie Wolfe, Patti . . . Wood, Bobby . . . Wood, Cynthia .. . .. Wood, Karen . . . . . Wood, Pete , , . .. Woodard, Steve . . . . . Woodin, Cynthia ...... Woodin, Pam ...... . Woodring, Mrs. Virginia . .. Woods, Gail .,............. Woody, Miss JoEllen .......... Woody, Karen ...... 103 ,134 Woody, Linda ....... Woolley, James . .. . . . . . . , Woolsey, Chris . . ..... .. Worley, Roger ... . .. 113, Wray, Ju ...... ...... . Wrestling .. Wright, Linda ... 117, Wright, Peggy Wright, Terry . . Caught by surprise on a Saturday afternoon while working on a E. Ford, GHS principal, keeps Busy as he constructs a birdhouse 1 1 0 .130, 134 -ws, Yancy, Ron ...... 134 .143 Yarnell, Melissa .. l . 122 Yates, Mrs. Frances 105, 108 Ye-ary, Mr. Warren .Im 134 Yeomans, Mike . .. ' Young Becky .... '108 Young, Brady .. 127, 134 Young, Bruce . . 105, 122 Young, Dianna ., . ....134 Young,Gail .IM 155 Young, Jeff . . . A-.'. 154 Young, Jerie -'27, H3 Young, Mike . . . 3-I Young, Paula ' ' A - 122 Young, Teresa . .. 44 Young, Rickey 135, 143 134 134 122 130, 134 122 . 90, 97 130, 134 135, 154 100, 109 Zapatka, Dave .. Zay, Liz ........ Zerr, Pete .. Zimmerman, Rick Zongker, Mr. .lol'1n Zook, Randy .... Zuck, Paula .... ........... ..80 64, 117, 122 ......55,105 .. ............. 41 . ............. 122 66, 72, 135, 154 107, 10a 84, as, 108 68, 108, 122 68, 117,134 122 108, 109 26,122 134 122 108 134 122 108 ..68,108 80, 108 .. 101,105,108 home proiect in the Glendale shop Mr. James for the purple martins in his back yard. THE l Whon in the merit: for he of Gle We 91 our slt and at Lee C1 who v . . . lla for he . . . tl and tl for m1 and h . . . Tl kept L . . . a advise in the seems whog ,K 'S 4 t 1 ff .- I 1 '- 4 ig:-Yflj H: . ""'e10. 46 154 68,134 2,119,154 72, 80, 122 0,130,134 122 ..108,109 ..10a,109 80 4,117,122 ...55, 105 41 122 2,135,154 .. 107,108 B4,85,108 8,1oa, 122 8,117,134 122 . 108,109 ...26,122 134 122 . 108 134 122 108 ,..6B, 108 .,......49 80,108 11,105,108 Mr. James yard. 45 h x 7, ff lf iii? l 4 J 4:1 ..5,.... J ,, ,,., L4 4, z I , 7 7 4 THE INDIVIDUAL Whom we Tried To capture in The 1969 Falcon merits our greatest Thanks, for he is The nucleus of Glendale. We appreciate . . . . . . The ability of Steve Johnson, our slow-moving photographer, and assistants Don Daugherty Lee Courtney, and David Lurie, who were omnipresent at deadlines, . . . Mrs. Virginia Woodring, Journalism Coordinator, for her help, . . . The faithful group of J-I students and The loyal Quill staff for moral support, lots of laughs, and hard work, . . . The custodians who opened locked doors, kept us company, and swept around our clutter, . . . and especially Miss Norma Malone, our adviser, who Taught us all we know and still, in The end, seemed To be The only one who actually knew what she was doing. I 1 I , I ,I FI I 1 I ,I ,I II I1 It I II II Il I I I. I. I. ,I Il I During a "normal" day of working on the 1969 Falcon, staff members, l Crow U Elaine Bishop-Jones-co-index editor, Steve Johnson-photography editor, Jeanne Sanders-co-class editor,AVicki Vienhage-co-class editor, I Crow 21 Sue-Weatherman-editor, Miss Norma Malone-adviser, Claudia I Peebles-associate editor, Dan Virnig-sports editor, Valerie Barnes- co-index editor, and Don Daugherty-photographer, enioy the 27 degree weather on GlendaIe's front lawn. Not present, Angela Breese-layout' editor and Stan Hawkins-copy editor. I I ll I I I l 1 I I II ,T ,. fl 1' I I I I1 II ll ll I Il II I M 11 It I1 :I ,I ll I ,. je. Q, ,V "armani :flu I7I , 1- It I :I I I I X at N I Qlsyffll Illigi 'R WI? gg f by 'I' XSL Illlljllg 1 Ei? is as ig? 5 S72 is 5 is x Q. f I X Z s 196-fu-1 811 as ,E .5"- ' W 7' f e THE INDIVIDUAL radiates his nature- characteristics symbolized by a name, a look, a mannerism, a way of speaking. 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Glendale High School - Falcon Yearbook (Springfield, MO) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

1974

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