Logansport High School - Tattler Yearbook (Logansport, IN)

 - Class of 1973

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I Y ll .nn ' A 1 A - lmurff Ira I Nr llrl ..s-M-wx an 'NJ K' -if F - ' r l ' I A. M l fall pep union. Condi Sur- lneoaadtlcshdoalbotly sharon latlula lor ocalplq the Anderson llllan. I. NUUCKQN lo Logan:- pall. San and Huh llomuadn por- la! Monica noqx C. lcmlyn Son- pv pls kr Mads lo work luptq 'th hub" out on a auburn day D. Much lo Mr lksllql dismay. Dun Kinda sullen the had da- ol a good place lo can-onlulo I. lub Cdaldl mqriuldn Mr Yodhall. Nile Dhlel. "-' F P m -,xx T rm' ....EfaW,v..woww W . 1' da! ' ' 0041.6 650' MMUZZLQI H nada, dmzdabviaflv, Q P0.af..4-...Aiy .Aland dv.uwAu4LL ZZW ? IMM. 7Mufua,eww, fffja-WM . A 1 'W . Local concern focuses on elections, new school nk.. ,.. . '.. -,'Nc'4ii ul 'Q ' , 'yi --9 drain , A h' ' '1'S?5i9r f - "-c:"i51-' 'Y ..'-- - s2'3BiP'f.d-mfaikft .L ' . 'ffl-v-9ff"'Y I . A. Near completion, the new Logansport High School awaits fall, 1973. B. and C. "Katie" Williams and " Bud" Hillis campaign for the 1972 elections. D. 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Mn Beattie tlmd grade-n nl Fnnklm 'lei Urdu Ulcry corn-ct nrtthrnotnc paprn E. Tattler dudltne n wr-eh nn, n mln-ps lull math Mtn Winn :lb problems Y. Ctnds Douglass. In Wblf, and Dr-bbw Doug lun more tothe sculpture nhtbtl at Chtcagdn Art lmtnute Bi..- - E: c CIlL'OllIltl'l l,. ' x ., I. .' I HN Qs rvuli X Dedication brings honors Recognition came to many. Gail YanVleet was named Homemaker of Tomorrow. Joe Davis, chosen Mr. Basketball by Hi-Tri, received a gold symbol of the sport. Faun Nichols and jim Edwards were se- lected for the All-State High School Band. Wrestlers Kim Graham and Chuck Ross and swimmers Kim Heishman and Rich Dexter ad- vanced to state meets. From the faculty, Mrs. Siefert was nominated Outstanding Young Educatorg Mr. Patacsil was induct- ed into the Indiana High School Wrestling Hall of Fame. 5 .yi . -X Wax' z-. ' XX I XX 4 Eff! i C. nl ll' 4-w4A . ' I' X .E I 'El Q' '1 A. lub Oppenheimer adds hh name to lhe Honor Some-h regnu-1 B. Top len maguinc hitch - Fred lov: Saballm. Delnnocfnln. Nlnu, D1-mn-h Second law: Bula-s il Ilia Sbellun. Eclrd. Bale! C. Rccelnng lc-Hen of rnmmrndnlmn lm hugh adkvelleni on the SAT-NMSQT are john Mommy, Barb Sdn-rrr. Bndgd Cnhs, md In Ddy D. Fha!-plan Klblluccdni wlnarm Kemps-r mm. Nhmn, porm Hnl ltgnvorlh. drawing E. Fall spans' lcd valuable plnyfn: Hmklr, mllr-shall. lhmmrl. lunlhallg Hyrn. lfhllk lllulqx Smalh. cum-cousin F. I4-n Nod: gum meh-dls nl Ibn bill leave behind while allelidlng lhf Congressional Snmnu 7' we eos, LHS fosters old and new It was a distinctive yearg we found new interests but kept many of the old. Some habits remained unbroken: we congregated around Abe Lin- coln before schoolg we slid down stair railings under teachers' disap- proving eyesg we slept through dai- ly announcements. Tired of routine pastimes, we allowed hidden talents to flourish. Crafts filled our leisure timeg we dabbled in crochet, macrame, de'- coupage, bottle cutting, and carv- ing. Even the teachers were caught up in nostalgia: Mr. Weaver discov- ered candle making, Conforming to our peers, we added black jock hats and elephant bells to our ward- robes. Yet, in a sea of blue, embroi- dered jeans set us apart as individuals. 'TTB -visa-fin A. Escaping the chaos of homework assignments, Gail Simpson channels her energies into pins made with Mod Podge and foam trays. B. ls Mike Burk competing with Evil Knievil, the motorcycle stunt riderjas he checks out the speedometer on his Suzuki l00? C. Elaine ide and Carol Rothgeb recalltheir visits with theujolly old elf' as two younger visitors to the Mall tell Santa of Christmas wishes. D. In holiday spirit, choir members entertain during half time of the Peru-Logansport basketball game. E. Lettermen fonn an honor guard for the last L.H.S. basketball team to call the Berry Bowl home. 12 KW! Nl 1 l. 5, 'ui , - I , . 01 gg . I xx . I I s I '. 'ki ' 'I V - . '. QQ' - -' s 'fl '- ' ' V . 2' T i A . Y 1 A . fs Q .. , , it 'ZX lv if l 3 I. Q . ,, 4 V C I . f ' " f Ju Scotland is Fantasy setting Two Americans wandered into an idyllic village where loyal clans- men lived and loved one day each hundred years. One hunter grew to love a Scottish lassie, who returned that love, The day passed, Briga- doon vanished, and a dejected mor- tal left paradise. But miracles are possible in such placesg their deep love enabled him to return to Brigadoon. Making possible this unsubstan- tial world were a score of practical committees: set design, who creat- ed Scottish forestsg publicity, who arranged previews on WSAL and at the Mallg make-up and costume, who mirrored highlandersg public relations, who supervised pro- grams, ushers, hospitality. A. Successfully completing the final number of Brigadoon is a difficult but rewarding experience. B. A victim of unrequited love, Harry CPaul Glendeningl declares his life is meaningless. C. Mr, Lundie KBob Oppenheimerl presides over the marriage of jean fllenee Ripple! and Charlie CRandy Alderl. D. Fiona CMary Martha Johnstonl and Tommy fDave Snyderl realize that fate has brought them together but will probably sep- arate them. E. The "friendliness" of Meg CCarmen Whistlerj shocks jeff CMike Bowerl into speechlessness. 5 14 Brigadoon shcltcrs 67 village-rs 'ii ' ' :nh N , X 1 Y 1 P N 'R nnual events share spotlight Could we ever forget the rain- drenched Logan Relays? But damp- ness didn't tarnish the smile of1972 graduate Margaret Mattson, chosen as Relay Queen. "Anywhere Like Heaven" - a paradise of starry skies, floating angels, and the gates of Saint Peter - enchanted the 132 couples who attended the '72 Prom. Sue Sample and Dennis Bell had guided the juniors in bringing heaven to earth for one evening. Hotdogs roasted and royalty cried at Homecoming, October 6. Queen Barb Castaldi and her court - Ann Mittica, jan Taylor, Gayle Bowyer, and Nancy Bowman - watched the Berries skin the Frank- fort Hotdogs, 39-0. Finally came the event . . . grad- uation. May 29, 1973, touched all who were saying goodbye. Q i J a' 5' 1 Y 1 sf i I, A , , Q fi "" 2 C L A. Margaret Mattson smiles in remembrance of the Logan Relays. B. King and Queen of the Prom, Jim Harvey and julie jackson rule over heaven for one evening. C. Gayle Bowyer, Nancy Bowman, and Vickie Sanders share Barb Castaldi's happiness as she is announced Homecoming Queen. D. They file in as a class, depart as individuals. 16 , U it 75 Q 4 J. . 2 3 'UU ., r A 4 4 L i""i 17' -vv.- I 0 J I O f 9 4-J., f r- , , PA in TL J!! "Ll 'tbl- Alone I gathered scattered thoughts, gained courage to ask for a first date, encountered unknown faces and customs as a new student at LHS, talked to parents about major problems they considered minor, fitted in as many different hobbies and activities as time allowed, decided which path to follow through life. Together we ruled the bottom floor as sophomores, strove to top previous magazine sales, followed the tradition of senior cords, withstood rain, hail, sleet, or snow to back the Berries, joined friends at lunchtime and shared the latest news, conquered the maze of crowded hallways avoided tripping over cracks in floors knew both joys and sorrows of friendship. 7 7 A , '. L txt I 1 ' 'Q 5, ' Q N! T.. fix. gn gg '- Lau? 4 Q 'sgynlf eff 54 ft. . 3 -I' A I ' h "1 ."'c'.N,f :if .Q gf' -quu"""" y -1. alone. lllSOllillll1' XYl"ll'1' ll lSl Class of, 5 crowd rooms Barbara Billman, Bill Binford, David Bjick, joanne Bjick, Teresa Black, Kris Blume. Kay Boehme. Mike Boucher. Randy Bowman, Bill Braille, Cindy Brew- er, Ike Brown, john Brown, Mark Brown, Kathy Brngh, jeff Brnmett. Deb Buchanan. Mike Burk. Robert Burns, Virginia Byrd, Tim Cahalan, Bob Camblin. jerry Carlson, Mark Carney. Penny Cary, Tim Cearing, Tim Chambers, Susie Cliell, jim Cira, Dan Clearwater, Connie Cole, Bonnie Cole, Karen Collins, Mike Collins, Cindy Conn Cindy Conrad, Diana Conrad. Paul Conrad, Terry Cook, Kevin Cotner. incessant rain fails to dampen the spirits of , I 7 Y ' 'fx-' A ? l janice Adair, jnn Adair, jim Ad- N ' ' ' ' L kins, Nancy Albright, lfrecl Alcorn Q , , ,, 3 . . jane .-Xlfrcy. Deb Allen, Kathy K x Q Anders. Mike Angle. jeff Appleton. .I IN ' T A Mike Atwell, Marcia Baker, Mart Y, A X p, ' ' Baker. Mary Baker, Sue Ball. fl--X -.-s xy ., . Swv! .Ili-:ll Q ' - -. X' V' It F' 1 L 3 C , Cathy Barber, Bill Barnett. Pat Bar- ! ' l - rett, Andy Barton, Marshall 'N Beachler. lxf I f 7 ,f il X gk , ,mn l V uf ' r' "I ' ' ' Brian Beall, Donna Beck, Mark J 5 Beck, Steven Beckman, Vicki Bell. t 5 K! . , 7 ' A 7 , r I vi - i- xl 1 f G .V X Bob Bender. Brenda Bennett, Cin- 1 'A -' n " ', dy Berkshire, Becky Berndt, Mark ' ' A L J Bevelhimer. i . I flx' ,J 5' " , ,f A as . 1 Q I 4 ' ' ' -if , v J I I ,rw Q ' ! X ' " f 1, J Y xl I E il X 4 l I Fl, A' . , , . T ' Lf, ' Y f I l , 1 1 A li, If I s ' f , , . .i xg C E if t-H' s! X ' , 1 i ' 'E I I 'IX 4 ' I ' ' Mxffklvq Mx - - 1 Ai 4 1 1 . f v . as .L . 4 iv TT 5 -, U- v' , 1. l s X M 0, L.. u " .5 GN 5 0 , - " l . i I i. V S .s ,,.s,...iL. I ' f 20 Susie Hopkins and jim Purcell. 96 -'T ni AL All IAA h?QB' Qleii M d 'KA "nm flxfli ,' . u Q .sm ff A an Q...,11'Mi'45a Lf , - HH' Al Anl.l..if'ni , 3 QQ A nf A Mark Beek displays his Christmas deeoration forthe hallway. Sophs become one Harrison, Pamela Harts. Cindy f P1 A Q,- Susie Horning, jim Horton, Bill Howard, Marey Howard, Bill Howell, Garth Hughes, Linda Hughes, Susan Hust. 1 ' 0. la x ' x , ,Q 1 iywwfiffcf j tfindia Handy, jean Handy, Veda i ' ' "4 ' l ' "' Handy, lidith Hardy. jim Harger. 4' Q , 4 'H' Reid Harmon, jim Harness, jean , ij . ' -4 -gg .3552 . .. ,, - fl . . f z4.",'- ' '.f'. ' BLU,-2 Harvey. J Q Dana Hatten, Ed Haynes, jim Q If Healey, Denise Heimlieh, Brenda ,X 1 Helyie, - , Debbie Helvie, Maria Hernandez, 4 I Sara Hernandez, Maria Hettinger, i . h Pamela Hettinger. ,S :.g'.: L---if fx. ,- 4 , N 4. Robert Hettinger, Marsha Higgins, i ' David Hinshaw. Bill Hipsher, Steve , ix ,N M1 T A ,, Hoeh. ' K we f f me 4 john Holle, jeff Hollingsworth, ' U Terry Homburg, Sue Hopkins f 'il Dawn Hopper, K xy , -r , M, . Z 4 , ' V, I l x fa 1 J . 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M i, ,Ak Q TS H fl "' 'f i,1'MlL A 90 '59 v!2n: f.-' Milaibw uname k f ' in I A .0 :Ji " U ,VHF Mark Powell applies the finishing touches to his self-portrait. " Sophs lj' ff N", Q 5 l V ' va f ,fl ,' lm L-, I' 1' George Powell, Tom Powell, Doris Powlen, Robin Pugh, Mark Pumel. join clubs A P ' ' ' 'lx fx I fl I jim Purcell, Debb Putnam. Dwaine ki ,A A 5 Putnam, Randy Putnam, Becky Quillen. f. ,L 1 . 1 I . 5 . -rv . !. Marla Quillen, Mike Quillen, Cin- kf It ' -' A dy Raber, Myra Randolph, Duane Z' h , i , .x ' Reclclington, Hind Steve Reed. Tonya Reese, Diana ' - 5, 1 I? g l Reeser. Bob Reichel, janet Rhea, Im Z -' .- ' . .t lf 13 ' 4' S Terry Rhea, Ramona Ricei, Barb 50 4 Rice, Steve Rivers, Cindy Robbins. V XJ i 5'-N' lu A fi ' 1 "' jill Roberson, Diane Roland, Cincly -w V' S ' - Roller, Danny Rollins, Terry , Rollins. r JFLVN .4 ffiifilh xv' N.-, ' A f J 9 4 ll ,Cr X L i f iir f tgi- I.A'G-. ' , t ,144 his P' cggv Ro77i joyee Rush Steve Russell jim Rust Dave Ryan ov Rx nearson Vikki Sapp Dan Schoenradt Sue Sehrimshtr Rick Sehrodtr Debbi Scott Cary Scott Kim Sedam Matt Seeger Carl Selleck Hugh Selleck jot Shafer Nancv Shanks Teresa Shaw Paul Shcely Parr Sherman Brad Shilling C arolvn Short Beth Siddall 'larry Silanct Cindy Simms Debra Sims Ronnie Simpson erri Sisson Dave Sitter Bob Skelton Kim Skinner C ale Slaughtc r, Frank Slusser Kane Smile y, Ann Smith, Candis Smith Craig Smith, Duanna Smith Fd Smith. Cary Smith, Mitzi Smith, Pat Smith Tim Smith Xalerie Spaulding, Harold Stanton, Tamara Starke y, Chuck Sterrett. ,kim by 55, . 1 , . g 1 'S l " S la P ,i,rr S , ' - P M 51 -m , silk: ' W 7 it l' ll fl: - , .z ,E , 3 df 'J' -I -1 5' -ix I x I I' I . . lf 4 K' if, ', ' . 5: It . A Q x, Q' flff .I Ii A Q v .1 iJ ff 1' f ii' ',l 1 fljif' SaYg5f.ff.fK - f J ff- 1 ll' l In 'III-f IX ' I l ' v ', T W 1 P S' S S lf' - I W' 5: X ,,f fx ' ' L.. K, 4 H fs. I fi 1 tip fi 'J W . 11 ,aw 3 C 1375, X J N 1 Q , w V , Ulu Bic: ,I N 4 I - , 3 1'- G H I ' P P Q v-Qu 4 0 8 Y", " Y VZ 1 6 ack . PR lr- 25, A Ili. - K fx an .Q higll '1 I '75 x fwfr A 4 - I M7 ann ' S 1' N ' . f J I f L 1 0 9 O cm Q 'Pi ui- fgfuk 'h GQ, W , u I 'V 1 1 r x, Panda bears, turtles, and horns invaded LHS as the junior class strove to reach their goal of SI6, 7 000 in the annual magazine sale, f with growing confidence and O enthusiasm, juniors faced ad- vanced courses, participated in athletics, and took part in dramat- t ics. As the year progressed, they S spent hours in the library prepar- ing research papers and other special projects. Early in 1973 thoughts turned to the Prom, By the semester sf"- been appointed and plans for the big event were underway. Many hard working juniors dedicated their spring vacation and the days that followed to the completion of this annual social event. Junior Officers: Tom Crandstaff, president, Dave Kline, vice-presi- dentg Connie Moss, secretary, Elaine Ide, treasurer, 3 s 'IIN break committee chairmen had ' , , , . g f" 14 Old Abe assists Tom Stayer in 1- N ' escaping the clutches of Cris 5-V , Matheu and Claranna Petrie. f M. V 5. 1 , -1 ,. ,dn j ifj-A 9 john Acuff, jon Albin, Rick Al- XJ l 'I 43,21 . 'R l 3 N bright, jerri Alderson, Rob Altice. ff' Teresa Anderson, Dave Arm- Q' - . A strong, janet Baber, Laura Bailey, 5 I I ",j W Rob Baker. :G -1 1 2' - ' U1 1 wi . 5' . . ag 1 f ' ,j A 2. i -,I Q 3 i 2 5? 1 4 s ig 5, rp , I . N., ff . - ,x g it .- is 'Sn riff' l , if viii! f I , 'Fi , ff ,G t .1 as -1 , .ar 'A 1 . f 4 '71 1 ' ' ,Y A F Q 'V ' ,,,,. y Cd with-f f,,f?S,p, iq' Q Xl ! - .J -' ' ' ' ' --ef f . -ff - T n 1, I it Af 'A Li X lg, f j f - -, Q, 4 , ,ga - K 1 - A . , Q h of 1 V :ii I S, ..., A jf: zz. . :jjj 'A A 51. fy, v -s ' 4 ' A . ' I ' x., Y Z3 . . A-, " r -,j k. J l x i. sf . .ft-.1 26 Randall Bard, julie BeBee, Letha Bechdol, Kate Becker, Donna Beckman, Willey Bell. Kathy Benn, Kenneth Bennett, Eric Berkey, Marla Berkshire, Rodney Berkshire, Rick Bernhardt. Eric Billman, Lance Binder, Susie Bishop, Larry Black, Allen Bolin, john Boughton, Cathy Bowman, Fritz Bowyer, joe Boyd Mary Brazzle, Mike Breach, Ray Brewer. Thomasa Brock, Gaylord Brown, Raymond Brown, Marla Bruce, Tara Burgess, Ron Burkett. Cindie Busin, Kim Butt, Fred Cain, Greg Campbell, Tom Cantley, Rob Carney. Doing what they consider to be their ecolog- ical duty, Scott and Bob empty the trash - Susie Timmons, 1 4 I - ,Ffa H UQ 5 . We eg eg as f.. W .isj-A ' if -ox" N! .0 .- 'Y' ' . . , n ,I 2 'X ."5-0 A V f 'fx'5Z+L WI , x yr , In , , . x 9?S 3, . 'ff QA ii? AAU' 1.51 Q 4 ' 1 x 900 an I f'-ff 1 3 Q. Va .G l b ,In 4 ' 1 I 5' I .. R' V l l I Vim! . 'P -f uf raw 1 . .Q D ,JN 1 ii.: XJ' 1 .f QQ . - ii J Q A l it 1" . I I J J '-gm 4" f 'f Rx T " ' " ' 10 'F 'fl 7 "F ' Ln 1.Q9fj'1+ V ' X f ' Q l i 'J -2,3173 K- F sf.. 'T it fans. :,1- 1 fe", M- " vi X - - K-4 uk? L V f 8 wff A 'Q 5 1 . 5'i 1 Choosing an unusual but comfort- able position, Sheila works on Tattlerlayouts. Steve Gillum, jane Gleitz, Kim Graham. Pam Grandstaff, Tom Grandstaff. Mike Graybeal, jamie Gregory. Phyllis Gregory, Randy Greiner, Deana Groves. Betsy Grubb, Brad Gundrum, Mark Gunter, Carl Gustin. Deb Hardy. Doug Hardy, Tanya Harmon, Rodney Harper, Devon Harris, Lynne Harris. Sheryl Harris, Toni Harris, Vanes- sa Harris, joe Harrison, Nola Harrison. Andy Hartoin. Mary Haugh, Kim Heishman, Tim Henson. john Herron. Q! , X If a.uawaff 42 T J l- f- N T T E 1: z- fl if .Q ' V , . , I - ,n I , ' ' 4.1. -i i l" S G fn if ll, 'v I it. Ji .i A Q V 4. ' xvvg 'C i H 'EAA ., . . . feapagiifff .5 T' T T' 5 it l .. ' 1 K I i at-'xii 4 1' I K 'NTT I ' . ' i Il 1 I 1 28 juniors join casts sa' l' U.. Q .nts . 5 - , ..--Sf' . X. If -M joe Hiatt, Becky Hipsher, Brian Hipsher, Randy Hipsher, Tim Homburg. Cary Hostetler. Riek Hughes, Terry Hughes, Robyn Humes. Elaine lde, Lyle lsaaes. Doug james. jennifer james, Pat james, Cathy jamison, Terrie jeroski, Karen johnson, Debbie jones. Riehard jones. Seott jones, Carrie Kaleso Kevin Kampenga. Mark Kemper. Linda Kendall. Broe Kiesling, Mary Kile, Russ King, Ron Kistler, Mike Kitehel, Bob Kite. Rick Klein, Dave Klimes, Dave Kline. Di- ane Kline, Mark Klotz, Bridget Krantz. Patiently waiting for a ride, Carol Schroder gazes into the rain, I I I I I K K II I I I I I k I I I I I I I I I I Y f J AAU ' iT YIM lwlw C5 M 171 4-7 C3 nhsh u 1 I r I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X X I X V1 A ' 'FU QI qt' 54.15 'I A ,4- Q,4L.5.Q. "Nagin Q HH 5 9 IHOP? WINGS 1 F cr ' - , 1 vj 5. l ' t A' 6,1 h I f . .L it , 4 Rex Dancly, Doug Hardy, and Mike Kitchel put their heads to- gether for another winning year. . .X S I" ... Claranna Petrie, jeff Pfeiffer, Cerry Piercy, Nancy Polen, Deb Powell. . 5 I! X, V ,, ll ij' 'Rs A, l Mark Powell, Becky Pugh, janice Pusey, Don Putnam, Ron Putnam. Q fl, my f A ' 3 , ' Ed Puzella, Cerri Quillen, jackie fy! I Y - I Q' Quillen, Terry Ray, Etta Ream. ' 0 l 13 9 ' " '- Mary Ream, Gwen Reed, john I ll ' e Reeser. jane Rendleman, Debra K Rennewanz, 1 ll .i 1+ S an A Q Chip Resh, Steve Reynolds, Renee H P ' mv' Ripple, Susan Risher, Kurt x 1 ' 5' " Ritchie. Q tx A' "il ka K Sher Ritchie, Steve Roach, Bill ' ' , g-:,,g-- ' I Robertson, Francis Rodriguez. V fy Q ' ' . Cary Rogers. 1'tL.f'w " -it t X 1 4 1 r U . - R' . I I Q - N 1 -J - JS 'T . 23 'bf Q V . 1i, l A . Y , . . r' Sq ' , N, A, K 1' . I . 1 Y al ' f '. . D: f C ' ' ' 2 X I Ps J ' f .Ik 5 if ' .. m Q V ' - ,, , . ,h P9111 '5 ., i f' fi , ' I .wifi .. . .. g V . , i nl Lv I K1 t L' 'l l 'I e nf' -. .. ' z '21 . N A iv . W' A V' Y' , 3 A v W " ' , - , I . 1. .'-V 4 . A WZ" MQWPA ' 1 Yi- 'Y 2 an mmm .al lf' ' 'Jai . .' 30 juniors plan prom t Brian Rombold. Ramona Ross, Carol Roth- geb, BethAnn Rozzi, Randy Rozzi, Marla Rude. Charles Rush, Rob Sabatini, Debbie Savini, Maryberh Scagnoli, Doug Schlabach, Rick Schlinglof. Michael Schodrof, Cindy Schrimsher, Carol Schroder. David Scott, Terry Scott. Tina Sedam. Larry Selvio, Lori Setzer, Tim Shafer, Craig Shanteau, Kimber Shaw, Tina Sheets. jeff Shelhart, Mark Shepler, joni Shipp, Charles Sholty, Laura Shriver, Richard Shultz. David Sigler, Scherry Simms, Charles Simp- son. Debbie Skinner. Dan Slusser. Cathy Smith. Lead dancer for " Brigadoonf' Renee Ripple awaits her cue, . 5 1 'tis ' A M I ' ', .4 a 1 fm, ' qxs . . , N o I .4 I 4 'X Q K A I 1 1 f- .Q '- V' x4 A , , 1 . , ' P ' 'Q 1' f fi 2 4' X A , . s , - 41""5',J X1. M 11'-T " x' 'uf If 1 ' ' 1'-0 LA x Lx - Q . '.1 N1 ' 4 ' , , , fx, eg , 'Q .k' ' 3 4--A I ' - : VS J Vx f. I V , 1. M, N v n I ' ff! K X' '-1 1 l 3 mg .1 n Q , sv X nil J 4. -. n x I "They truly save the best for lasti' I 1-Q Q ,f f - J. . .N .pru- . s , .,.r , A ,4x'Q'd- -- li' ,' P s " -A5 3 ' ,A . i X. 4- q v-rib' Q .-f, " fl 1' f .7 - .fi QD F' J 1 P' 'Z 4 ' ' V .f A5 -A ' Q -, , 'Q ' ' . f ,' pl.: f ff' ,' -A 4 . - , . I, ,L . C1 A, nl t Z- - .,- - .-A ' 1 MSG V' . Ilvlgb - ,w,, .Af S- '. ".a..-I' iq.: . .Q . A 5 - . 1145 D.- N, - ag. A pe Q V - J7i'. --4 r 'lx -s t'z,A-'J I v ,O ' ry 1 2 0 ' fd., 1 fig - , r - ' In J ', ,Q .nr i ff fly . 5-4 I ' .f':'-i Qu. 'ix - ' J if 0 ' "Slr'f:4" A .A ' . . 6. ,I ' Q-u .i - A .-2153. l ' -' ' ' ' " 9- ' " i -I Q ,ip ,yi -.A -, .Q -Qs. .. f' 'QA Q. ,AA fu. . , p . :af is . V fir? 'g J A. -ti, gy. 4 J ,g V ' - .. ' - '- . H" .. , A -,J-vn't:'.1-a -,f :' f V- .A 'C-1+ - 1 I A fr A .-Y ' ' ' -5' "SWE" -1, - 1 X 1 ' A fr ,7 i, 4- gp it? - . . 'rd ,v ,i FY, , t - -rv. . h V , . ' 'Q,1..-ft.. , - , "f, -P ' ,' nf-,Mol I . .Q . I,-, ni., A. A A .. if J . J, " 5 ' U ' DI- 'I' sh 4' ,H xxx.. , i b. gr' I 5,4 I .Q f,f,l:,5 I3 I' lg ' L i . ef- A --saw- - s .' -f -tg .I ' ' I , Q' 6. 7' -1 . A W Q ' QWSTPL I ,rg , . " Q ., 4, 1' , -8 Q ' A . '5 "' ' , , K. . , Av 4, I 1 0. A A ' s 4 I ' - IQ, F' " K Yr' -ef' . , Qi' l Class officers - Kathy Edgerly, secretaryg Alone We dreamed Together We found Kent Alder, presidentg Bob Edgerly, treasur- erg and Skip Chell, vice-president - watch the summer end as they make plans for the last year, of our last year, of being a senior and making our mark. Together we hoped to conquer the world. We laughed and cried, . . . yet always waited. Alone we pondered graduation, college tuitions, uncertain futures. 32 friendship and answers and sighed with relief as we shared our worries. Now we have realized all things must change. Our dream has come true: we are seniors. But when " Halls of Ivy" has been sung, the end of one dream will begin another. 1 I 5 O E21I'IyIIUl'IlS wukv IIIDQLIIIILIIIII IIII .Xu I ullis Kahn Irvs-mu Sdn: N II I I I lhwu Kdann - III In I I I IIII II-I-I-I I I I'.nm-I.: hm Kdklllt Il-'In III IIIII .I IIl.nllI,I I IIII- ,' I I III I I IIIIHL I I I I X I I NI I II I ILIIII- sllll II Inn IIIJIIIJ I IIII- I I III- IIII.-.L I ,' X Il X 'I lfnl IIWIMIM' xIlIl'l NIIHII III I "'IIl II I I III' pll'u1IlnI I I I N I .I XII I IIII-1 I I I IIII' I XIJKIIII SIAII IIIIIII-I I I,Ixw II-1 'III -uIn'I' II,n KFIIIIIIIIIIQY 2 xIIIl"'I IAHIH-H-IIN' III I I III. NIFIII I I II-ww NIU- IIII IIIJIU I II xl:Iv'l I IIII III I NIIIIIIIII II--'.Ir-.III I KI-nh xxdllll' KIIIFY I IIIIII :I I I IIJILIIIIJII I X IIIIII IIULIIIIIII ,' Hg X I f I III' 5llI.l I IIIII I I Xl IIQIIII N' .II I I'II.- IHQI-AIIIIX I IIII- I I I K I I I II.ImIs N nm- KIIIII II I I. 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N.IIIIIIIIIIII-II-- N I IMIIII Ihuman I----r'I.III I .' xIl'IAllll' III All II I ' .I IIJIIIII III .IIII II I I If XI- I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL I I - , I III I KAI IIfIII'srl X"' ' I ' II'I' I I I II ' "I I II-I IIIII I IIIII X I I II I " I I. , I 4 I . , . II ' -X ' I ' ' I . I."-' N' " I k.I,, ,, IIINJIIII IIIIIIIII-I NIIIIII IIIIIIII--II I I 1' I I , Il I I I i .. . I, Traditional march starts at Spencer Park if 4.0, Nano jam Bowman Spxmsh f luh I 7 J Drtmti Bin Si lu I I .int ic J ornuomin ourt J Cai e K Bowxer C 1 mir Hon miing C our 7 .ima f luh 7 J f.int.1sx 3 C nur mrtltI73 1Xt.ltl1AdI'IBOXLll B iclI73l 7 1 -Xnita Bracalentc nch C Iuh I 7 i S fo Dr s 2 Dru It mpiaiis 73 I x 1 Pr Br.171le N It X 7 DI-f X Z Tunic. Brin x I iurml L ioir 7 Phil ri latin 1 I I7 VI Iwntasx 7 Ten tstlin 3 St 11.4 Ruhr Bincl incl B.u L A Britton III Sur mei Iulm 7 Spanish C luh nc I 7 J Ruhr Bum Xirglnla lu Brock Fra nch 1 lub I Carman C u 7 Dlf I 7 .s Sharie D Brubaker 1 Diff X 2 Na IA Bruu. Tri 1 nu pre 1 s c 3 Cx nthm Ann Bruck Ili Tri I 2 '3 Chcerhlrck K 7 tr4.1surcr'i Spanish! Iuhl Drama I luh n Susan 'Nlaric Brugh C hurhlock I2 '3 I ir 3 XJIIOI il Honor So Ixdn Bruin Clifford Burdgn Paula Burk ti IUII 1 U jeffrey Mark Blanton - Rulw Band 35 Stagv Band 3g Winter Fantasy 3g Band 1.2.3. jean E. Bollei - Bcrryvttvs I,2,f3q Choir I.2.3: Swing Choir 31 Dra- um Cluh I,:2, trcus, 31 'l'Iit-spian Society 1.2.31 Dra- ma Institute SQ Wintcr Fantasy 1,2934 Hi-Tri 1,2531 Cliccrhlock 1.2.33 Frvnch Cluh Ig Homecoming Court 2. Michael R. Bower - Winter Fantasy 1.2, 3: Drama Cfluh I,2,3g Scif-ncv Cluh Ig Thcspian Soc-ivty l.2.3: Photography Club I.2. svc'y' 3: Ger- man Chili I.2, v,-pros, 35 Tattlvr and Magpie' pho- tographer 2.3. Linda Lou Bowman -DECA Svc-'y 3g ISpcvclway' High School: C.A.A. l,2g Boostvr Cluh 1.21 Sparklc-fXirs2: Choral-Airs I I. Wishing sho were homo sleeping like everyone else hut Tattlcr Staff, Cindy Bull Iosvs ll hout with the icc. '-qyx 'Ns TFT UQ' M5 Q.-. Q-N. Nu' 4 Q-X tfluI1'2.?3g N.F.I,. 2.31 Ill. Cflivrirlvatlvr 1 rl Ig 7' Ili-Tri l,2.f31fII1oirl.2.3gf x' if CI1oir3: a.y 2. P. ii I- 'gc fi .ql -sr. 4,, Council 3. trcus. 2g Bvrryottvs l,2.3: Iloir l.2.3: Sn. crh V 531 it-crn' If I tgflg N.H.S. 2,31 Dr- ' I 2.57: f' 2.5: Hi-Tri 1.2.31 Il " - f I I ii' .LL ' -' I' 3 ' - ur ,251 'fhoir I L..f', . ' ' ' - - Fra' ' I .L..3g ll'-Tri V K - 2.3. trcus. I: .Xrt Cfluh I. sony 2: l"."I'.A. 2: ft. I un- - ' ' A L-il 2.231 Y.F.I,. 3: uma Init. I 1 na C ilu 2.31 ' x Th -. 'L .- Lp. i 1 ruiimipy 2.31 N.H.S. P. ' ed ' ' - ' If gg If, '. ' ej - , V ' I LI"Io-klgtfl ' 1.2. 'I'pT.B'nk- .1 ' ' Q' t. Cllul 1,2181-ierit-c-Cliim ,gg '. 'a 'yjgg - nis2g t Wr -. ' g I.2.f 1 .' aj '. ' 1 ,z ' icl 1.2.3. 5' A ' .. ' I 1..1.I' I I: E. ', , Bu I .1..i71 ' z QI3, I K 'I 1, X ,fx I - N. xxx 4 - 1 u U I R II hi.: I II. gf, ' ' . I - Latin px f", fflulm lg If: I I ll' . " - Ill- 'I.2.3g 'Y , Clin-rlml wk I, " isiclent 2. Jrefifl -nt 3: O.Ii.,'X. X : I' .I s - .4 . .. 'I 1 , ,, 1 I,2.53: Ilfi, f. Z., "K ' -gf ' I 1 ' ' Ili-Tri' I.2i3: Bpariish Clulm 23 Drama Clulm 74 ,X - O.If..'l. worm-ta 3' 5. ." ' iz .' Cir-ty 3. YV. ' - Q N Il,C.C. prvsimli-nt 3: Choir 1.2.31 I,' tin Illnh I,2, I ' I 131 Driunu Cllulm 33 Cllim-rlilm-lc I.2.3: Ili-Tri I.2.3g 6' ' Nut' :il Ilon mr S vivty 53. Q, ef I 0 or ul cords m 1rIx sm-ml status S if I 'I . Inns II 1II.mnIun I ' ' I,' ' ' ' fIu.n1I:'- XIIIIIH I In Il I . I '- . I I I s, II ',' , ',l " I ' II 'I . I I . lu, I 1 , - X , ,4 ,A .. V , , 51: U III!! X ' . II I ' lI,.II II fI.llL III III Ill 'P I K Nslllhllll II I II - I, ' ' N ' I ' ' NW I II ' ' k.lIIl.lfllH In-I I' - ' . I '- I - , xf-1 . - I I -- I I k.lIIlK' huns: Nun I1-xIuIIu II I ' , 4 I. -- . ' ' I I I . ' ' 'H' "- I I ' II.nuI Nl Iulmr I I '.' I X I' . II lm-l.x II 1' " II. nl' X K' I I I Il ' N -' ' I ' luv-I Nm I rug I ' I ll.. ' n I I ' I 1. uwxf uw' I ' ' I, I ' I ' II ' I -' I R. Al' . U ? - 4 fi Z Y rt staff struggles with senior la outs BL! 1 54 I I 5 if -' ' 1 Paula lean Dailey. Cary L. Davidson - Art Club 2.33 Cerman Club 23 Photography Club 3. joe Dav- is - Basketball 1.2.31 Hi-Y 1,21 Student Rotarian 35 1.-Club 12,31 Track lg French Club lg Choir 1,2,3. Elizabeth Ayn Delp - Checrblock 1.23 Hi-Tri 1,2, 31 O.E,A. 3. Deborah L. Demerly -- German Club 1.2: Hi-Tri 12,31 Cheerblock 2g Winter Fantasy 31 National Honor Society 3. john M. DiDomenico. Cindy L. Dibble - DECA 2.3: Cheerblock 1,2. Michael E. Dimick - Football 1.2.31 Track 2,31 Stutlcnt Council 3: Art Club 1,2g Key Club Hi- Y 1.2, president 31 Latin Club interclub reprcsentative 3g Photography Club 1.2, vice-presi- dent 35 FCA. 2.3g Magpie Staff3: Tattler Staff 3. Mike Dimmel - Football 31 Basketball 2,31 Base- ball 2.3: F,C.A. 3: fScaholm High School, Birming- ham. Michigan: Football 1,2g Basketball lg Base- ball 1 1. Terry L. Dixson - Hi-Y 1,2.3g Choir 1.2.35 Track 3. james H. Doty - Hi-Y l,2,3: Choir 2,3g Band 12.35 Rube Band I,2.3g Basketball man- agcr 11 Nlath Club 3. Science Club 1.2g Drama Club 1.231 W. Fantasy l,2,3, Debra L. Douglass -- Art Club 2.3. C.A,.'t. 1.2.33 Checrblock l, Terrie Lynn Duddy - N.F.l.. lg Drama Club l,2,3g 120 Club I, 2. st-c'y-trcasurcr 3. NHS. 3: Cliecrblock l.2.3g C4-rrnan Club 1, sccy 2, prcsiclcnt 3g F.T.A. 2. pres- itlcnl 33 Hi-Tri 1.2. inter. rep. 3: lhcspians 2,31 VV, Fantasy 3. Debra Dunkin - Art Club 2.3. Cindy I-laslcy - Chccrblock 1,21 Art Club 1.2, vp. 3: Drama Cflub 2.31 Hi-Tri 2.3. intcr. rcp. 1. Kathleen li. lidgerly - Scnior Class sccyg lfrcnch Club 1: Ili-'l'ri 1.2.33 tllu-4-rblock l.2.3g Student Council 1. is FAM Steve A. Crispen. Cary D'Andrea. "Not again!" Kathy Conrad exclaims at the news that senior pictures have to be rearranged a fourth time. k "7" Av 6, qw L- qv 19" Y 5, 5 Q-NW. if 36 Q National Honor Society inducts 32 svniors Ruhr!! 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II.m..1.-II-Im Nl 1 I 1 ,q 1 I XII 4'-I'I , v A I Semors recall An where lllce Heaven Nancy jean Cons French C'lubl Drama Club 2 3 Cheerbloclc I 73 Cho1r173 H1Tr1173 'l ham J Cravbcal Baseball 1 2 3 I X Basketball I X arsrtx Baskctball 3 Cross Country 1 key C lu 3 I Club I 3 Cerman C lub 7 3 Roger D Grub ble Hr 3 '3 Photographx Club I historian 7 trcasurcr 3 Drama C lub Z '3 L Club 23 Golf I Smmmmgl 7 3 Cheryl Lynn Haas H1 Trl I 7 Iacquelvn S Haley Tattler yn rrter typ1st'3 Band I 7 Ce rman C'lubl 7 3 H1 Tr17 3 Natronal Honor Socletx 3 Lonnle Alan Hall C lolr l 7 u a Anne Hamm Bcrrx ettes 7 3 Choir 7 3 H1 Trl I 7 3 Chcerblock I 7 3 O F X 3 Drama C,lub 7 3 Frcnch Club 1 Nlatlonal Honor SOCICIX '3 Mark Alan Harger Nlath C lub 3 I C lub3 Football 2 3 Track 1 2 '3 C erman C lub 7 SCIPIICLC lub 1 Brad Harmon Laura M Harper N IC A 3 R mg cr llarrls 3 'lrac 3 11.15, pu St aff 3 I an Harrison Xrt C'lubl 2 Photogra phx C lub 7 N Ir I I lxlm Edward Hassett Art 7 Drama C lub I 2 3 VI mter I' mtas IIICSPIJIIN I 7 3 C hour I 2 '3 Donald Scott Hath .may ot mn 7 Banc I 7 3 Stagc Banc Ruhr Band 3 Nlnchacl D Hathaway X lubl o x rm lub 2 3 Kim Hat en C hc c rblockl H1 In I 3 O If A vxce pres1dent3 3'-ve 'rx Y Paul R Clendenlng N F L 2 3 Band I '3 Spanish C7lub 7 prcsldent 3 M1chaelCordon H 3 7 Math Club 7 Karcn Costello Davc Purcell and Gwen ackson face the task of choosrng thc amounts and colors of semor announcc ments and personal cards gy than L 'zu' , Cr' i S 38 f Vickie Sanders wins DAR Ilitzcnship Awami llm Ilallrl II I I pn'---I. nl I lrsh-I II.nrKnm V NI I l Ihlluml llnlud I II--Ir I I L II- I I I I IIYJIIIJ I I-II- I I N. un-I I IuIv I Inln Ilrddr I-I-II I I.rrm.mI I-:III I II- I I Iaugur Iilll' Nl IIrISrS MII InI- I I N I I I I I Ina: I-I-nk I luIm lIl'lldllIkSlDll III! 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I.. x .x -:Jn ' Water balloons welcome Boys State delegates lr is uf Fa L A. 2 r Daud john Huff Donald Steve Hughes L Club ehaplam 7 3 Football I 2 3 VI restlmg 7 Baileet hall I TTICIC I CN nth1aj Hurles French Club 7 Druna C IuI1 3 Chee rl1IoeIe 1 '7 '3 H1 Trl I 1701 Illll 7 Traeleettes 7 3 Natlonal Honor Soele t jameg In1,le Football 2 Cvsendolxn lxay acleson Student C ounell I 7 3 I're11eh C Iuh I 7 C I1cer1IoeIe 1 '7 3 H1 Tlfl I 7 3 Drama CIUIJI I' T X 1 Il1esp1an Soeletx 7 3 Wmter Fan 7 3 IHS teen eorresponelent 3 Nat1on1l Honor Souetx 3 james Alan jackson Traele 1 2 3 lxex 1 Seeretarx 3 Cr Countrx 7 Don ames loothall 7 fHouston I 1 I1 Sehoel H muston Texas I-ootlaall 1 T raelc I I Bo 1 lxnn jasorlea YI C he erhl De orah lxax enlems e ek H r Ol X CCTCCIYX 3 Randall I johnson Rebecca Ann ohnson I C 1 I I Ie Dram 1 C Illll 3 Nlarx 'Nlartha Johnston 1111. C 7 3 Xdlllltld Ilonor SHCI Dra I2 p1 7 m Barn Nl jon rae I 1, 1 C s e C Iuh I 7 Danlel onex Pattx jones IKOIIIIIL 11n C l1eerIJ we fd' Marv Beth Hopklns CIIOIFI 7 3 H1 l'r1 I 2 trea surer 3 Dr1n1 1 C Iuh I 2 C I1eerbIoeIe12 3 l'rench C lub 1 2 Charles Allen Horn Basleetball 3 j Basleethall I H1 I 2 ehaplam C3 DILCX presldent Z Sandra Horn VIC A 3 john S Hormng Math C'Iub I 2 pre s1ele11t '3 C hess Club I 3 Cer man C'Iul12 Nat1o11aI Honor boenetx 7 3 Russell lwedler present: Bows State eert1f1eate5 to delegates 'I lIT'l Herd and Tom C1II X. ,f"1 K' R' Y i 1-Y '3 55 Laing Hornmg P lrkcr tell of l urupc.u1 trips i K ra-Irv I N u 100 mm 1 I mmm- lol: lun! knmlrv u N u r Mmm 4 4 um Rn lllrn km klalhu Nlrn- K Kfflfhhllllll I D I H 'lyif' 'i' EP l? 4 4 Y 1 qgrlgfqg Q .'.qN6 'l xi ,rig 0 ' Zhu' -,.4--QW "'- --' -r. A44 Wg 1-"Y..-...is .. . L- 1 Ll I -I 1' 9 ! Mlller and Herd attend Repubhcan COHVGHCIOH Davsn I Nlartm Trl 1 2 Dr.1n11 C lub l 7 3 'lhespuns J C het rbloclc 1 7 3 Cho1r I 2 3 bpamsh Club 2 mterclub rep 3 Tat tler photographx edltor .3 Hoos1er C,1rls State clelegatc 7 Ndfl0Ildl Honor bouetx 3 Judlth Ann NI.1Sters Sophomorr Cl.1wtre.1s Cho1rl H1 Trl ll 1 7 3 French Ch 1 L Dr J X F rntu 1 Cheerblock l 7 3 I' 'l -X 3 Berrxettes 7 3 jerrx I Nlaughmer Dl'C K 7 I mda Maus C heerhloclt H I' lo OhX J HCC C3 N.1t1onalHo1 Souctx J Cather1neE Means C X MX I spc head 2 1ntCrcl11b rc p 3 Frm nch Club 1 7 C3 Checr bloqk I 2 3 HC C 7 YI IHIIIIASN 7 DTlIHdCllllJl 3 Donald Nllchael I-ootball 7 3 Truck 2 H1 I 1 7 lxcx Club l 7 3 btudent Rotar1.1n 3 Stun t Counul 1 I Club 73 Randy joe Mlchael Paul Xirltcsell Dl'C X 7 Nlelun Henry Xlllburn Cmclw M1llLr H1 Trl l 7 3 ChurbloL lmrlttttt 5 7 3 Xl1gp1e bt1fl3 Clark Stewart Mlll Hltlhl l H1 I 7 3 C crrnan Club I 2 111 St1ff3 Clax Nhller 12 3 1t1n C u otognphx Club 2 Dr.1m.1 Club l23 I1 .1 3 1 ll Xtmttr l lntasx 2 Cars NIIIILI' lxeun Mrller DI' X 7 3 C ho1r I Ina Carol Mlller H1Tr1l 7 3 C hurblock I2 3 SPSHISII Club 17 3 Drama C l11h l 2 3 Trmktttcs 2 3 Anne Mane Mlttlca Sophomore C lass srcreturv C hcerhlock I2 3 H1 Tn 1 3 preudrnt 7 Rclax C ourt 2 Nlagple ed1tor1 1l 1 Clltlbl' m Holm Lormng Court 3 M.1rqu1ta Lou McCloSku C he-erblotlt l 2 3 trench Club I 73 H1 Tr1 1 2 3 120 Club 2 3 Na Illllldl Honor Souetx 2 3 Dare NICCUIYC Karm Cwm McLochl1n trt C lub l 7 Llnda Maronev ho1rl 7 Dl'C 2 Xl.1rlC up another gold medal for Sp1t1 xx ho com prtrs 111th bhakupaarc for Pam Hltchens lttentlon oi Q-' s.. -og CF' 7' "'U' LHS sharesf hI'lSfIllJS du 1 r xx nth LUIIllIlllllllN I s'll,lIl'f llu Nlmn .nun K uou- lhs lun- Nluun wmmung I JY' ,gf rs N ulphx 1 Slunu Hula-fl.: su Slusghnr ni nu an ull lol.: N u lldil' 1 n lb it 1" grx .I 1 T" N-1-n-AAL --I Q Qlx. I ,Q Q Nandx Xiu 1 .um .an Ill X ua nn 1 1 I llll r I 1 'lllll '. I ,X . F ,ax Theatre institutes reward drama students 3 xg- l vt qui: 1. 5 'X 0, i Steve Perfetto Debbie Peterson H1 Trl l '7 x LL prt ardent '3 Chu rblodt 2 3 O I' A 3 Sornfom mn 7 No just Anita Bracalente after the Xlud Shalt .xt the4 H Ir ur Deborah PICTCN Helen Plnnu 'V FI Drama C Iuh 7 Dcnms Powell Cllnda Powell I Fl I Brenna o Prlcc urhl L I 3 Il D ll 4 r xx fl 4 r 7 st IIIOFCCIIIOI' J Daucl Purcell III 1 I Frer Ch lr I J Sxxnrg C hor '3 jovce Dian uade ccrhlotl. I 'IFI 7 1 Photo x C C 2 'S a UI en C ctrmrt rnaC m 3 'R Wwe 'Q S 5tugn Xl ulIIf.n rot Il Ba I C I :I I se rgc 1nt.1t,.lrmS 7 jan Ran I Xl tgp tum ullt JI J 'lonl I wnn Randolph RosLIxnRangcI Q 'X rtnonal Honor Sc 1 Il tx 2 '3 Randa K .xx xc I nt C st sxclm I 7 Dr.: rnan I7 I Sta c 4 X :tx nn Honor Soc nc tx 75 IKLIIIICIII Lx unolds C nc lr 7 Dann. A Rl pe. Stuccnt I Ira Ioolha J Xanu I Rlttmr F1 QN Q 44 1 - I , . f . 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I.2. vim--prvsiclerrt 3. Drzuna Clluh 2.3. . - pr CQI1oIrI.2.?7..'a A ' ' II . , . R' .I - Str I- Iount-iI l.2,3g Key Clluh I. . -cre- --FV, Tw I I tarx 2, pre ' -n il: Ili-Y I3. chaplain L: 'mu .- .A,'- . A. CQIl1Im2.f3. junior Cllasx pri-xitlvntg Clcr ' CfIlI Ig A , 4 . II CI Cf 53, X1atIrCIInIm2. Hoosier Soy! .' 'te Ivlv- L ' gat-2. Izloal .' " ' ,'nn R-I' -IIr'I.1.. ' '-I,. 'pl--I It f T Ilf In 'un 73: I,-CIIuIJ2.3g lI'restIir11L I,2.31 " 'II 2, C A 1 U ' .A xp- Afd' -tr I 'Q u 1.nl J ' K . I . C ass of J strus.5gIvs to xx an 1 S - I II I1 I II I' N : 4 : U 3 Q I mln I., I an I -- .u.m...., .n.. I I -sl Q i I 1 Ir. ls KIIII 1-I A II I HI X N II lv I 1 I I I,'1llL,v.1 I I I .IM l."'v N I I I IIIII 3 X I.:IllI,' II'm,.l QI XI.-up NIIUVIIY ,vw - I-. .lI...w nl',N -.I I II. IIIII' I I lf. Il ll I I NIIIII QINQIH II,I '. II I 1' 5' II ' 'IIIIKIINIIKII XII Il Iv- I I I I II ,y.!I II II N 1 N II N U II. I I' 1 N 1- nl I IJ ll Inn Ku II I I I II NIA II ' ig Llfe Is a Cabaret at H1 Tr1 formal I 'UU af.-Sm Nik 4- FIND Ca1l I OUISC S1mp5on Frencl1 Llllb 1 secretarv 2 Ofllll 3 D ama C l11b 7 3 M 1th Clu C hec rbloclC l 7 3 Nat1or1al Ho11or DOCICCX 7 -3 H1 T r1 l 7 3 Snmg C ho1r 3 C ho1r 12 3 Anna Marla Slracusa Chec rblock 1 7 3 Drama C lub l 7 3 Art Club 7 .3 French C,lub 1 Photographx Club o Peggx Jeanne Slsson 5111112 Cho1r '3 CDCJIY l 7 3 N Fl 7 3 Drama C lub 7 3 C hecrblock 19 trea surcr 3 H1 lr1 1 7 3 NrtCl11b'3 Photographx C lub French C l11b 17 Vlmter F111laS1 J FT A H C C 7 French Club l Carla Rae Sm1th Cheerblock 17 3 H1 lr1 17 3 DFC X 7'3 Drlma C lllll 7 Debl Sm1th H1 lqfl l 2 3 Chee rblockl 7 DhC A sccretarx 7 3 Art Cl11b 2 Drama Club 2 Larry Sm1th Track l 7 3 l C lub 2 Lou Sm1th C row C ountrx l 7 Track 12 Vlrestlmg, '3 I Club Carlcne Ann Smdcr C hccrblock l 7 3 Drama Club 2 3 H1 Ill 3 Davc Snwder Baseball I 2 3 H Y 23 Dran C IZ3 Sn IC 1r 7 3 Dr11n lx 7 3 XX 1n luxnlasx l 2 3 jacquellnc Snyder '3 rrxettu 2 3 C Clll' Dr ll 1 17 3 tog,r1phx C lllll 3 Tattlcr Stall 3 Elalnc Somsel urblrck 3 Span C llll I Nanu Loulsc Spangler C hccrblf ck l 2 I3 Stephen Spanglcr Bancl l 2 '3 11111 lo tba 7 C hess C lull 3 Spcnccr r 11 11 C ll 17 1 oor 5 i ,dr -5, AFL. X Susan M Shook H1 Tr1 l 7 13 Drama Clllb 1 7 C hc erblock l Cho1r l Rlck Alan S1ddall Pool ball l 7 3 Ba'-1lCetball l 7 3 Bascball l 2 '3 H1l I 7 3 l Clllb 2 '3 F C A l 7 3 K1m Alllson Slcfken C hec rblock l H1 Tr1 7 '3 Robert james Slmons Blseball l 28 Football l 3 l Club 123 H1 Y 2 Student R0fdI'ldll 3 Wlllv Conn 5 drum joms the ranks of football casualhes 'Q-. QT" 46 'K ll! o 7 7 o o ?f 'Mull nl . ax , .f I Q 1 1 4 sg iv .N A ll, za ,f , . Q, D.-.L,l,1 A jx ,I-,711 ..'.4 Y ,LZJZ 1.11 iv xg. , ,Ln " ,N f Ik Y X " g '- " - 1 . , . , ,A H ZX. , . . i. I , . I . , . X :cu , H ' , , N. , . , . , , F fl 1 . C . 1 . 1 . 1 C 1 '-, ,734 ' C ' U N ., . f - . ,. 1 - , 'A ' x 19 f V. . . . Q - I .. N U , C iv l'1iSl 'z C1 r' ' 3 lg, 3 'z D21 h, fr' G' Afca. ' ' ' - 1 1 ,LJ Q ' ' rl ,1..,? Q 5 .V ef- - 1 1-ner-' t - 'dll I 'fa'-'7',L,5:f I -3 jf 1' x I31 ' ' 3 ,L.: z 91 . . . 3. Rebecca Louise Slusser - Cheerbloelc l.2,I3g 4 as .1 W To 1 - 1. 41 a, ISS? 'ga ' "'-sa-A 'C' n Y 'f.. 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I U N-vI.'f.1'-.'I, 'V . - R .' ,,,,.4',- l,,,., I , 1'I,.I.K - .'., . . D' C I .Xl 1 I A . 4, l , -u. I ' -Y - Q.. - - .3 ay 29, 19 3, brings the grand finale I .i i Dr Q .tg ' ' Z r Fi ig' W Z Q Wkxldo Trueb. Carol L. Tulli - Drama Club 2,31 DFA. 3: Hi-'1'ri3. Dave Ulery - Art Club 1. Den- nis Van Haitsma. Gail Gretchen Van Vleet - French Club 1,231 Hi-Tri 1,2331 Math Club 3: F,T.."1. 3: Band 1.2.3. Vielci Vernon - Checrbloelc 1.2.31 Hi-Tri 1.3. vice-president 23 Freneh Club 1,2g Drama Club 2.3: Choir 1.2.3g Tattler Staff 2. busi- ness manager 3: junior Class treasurerg National Honor Society 3. Everett F. Vester - Hi-Y 1,2,3g 1..- Club 2,31 Football 1,2,3g Track 1.,2,3. Gina Lee Vietti - Band 1.2.3. Hi-Tri 1.2.33 Latin Club 1.2, scriba 3: Drama Club 1.2.3. Math Club 2. interclub representative SQ National Honor Society 3. Michael A. Vore - Band 1.2.31 Stage Band 2,31 Rube Bancl 2,31 lli-Y seey-treas. 3: Swimming 3: Stuclent Rotarian 3. Debra Diana VVarner -Cheer- black 1.2.33 Hi-Tri 1.2.31 Choir 2,33 O.E.A. 3g Na- tional llonor Society 3. Ruby VVeaver - Cheer- block 1.2: DEC.-X 2, 1reuS. 3. David VV. West. De- xonna West - Cheerblock 1,2331 Choir 3g O.1'I.A. 3. Theresa Lynn Whaley - Art Club 1, interelub rep, 2. N.-pres. 3. Photograpliy Club 2.31 Drama Club 1, 2.3: 1"'1'. X. 2. lust. 3: Chet-rbloclc 1,2531 111-Tri 1.2. 131 lattler art assistant 3. Carmen Naclene VVhisler - Baud 1.2.31 Cboir 2,31 Swing C1ioir31Hi-'1'ri1.2. T31 Drama c:1111l12.31 Thcspians 2.33 NV. 1"antasy2.3: Drama lustitutc 3. Carolyn jean 1Vhite - National llouor Society 2.31 Tattler writer-typist 2, editor- iu-cluel' 3. Drama Club 1.2. xy-pres. 31 Thespiaus 1, 2.51. 11i-'1'ri 1.53. sera 23 French Club 2. sec'y-trt-as, I, Stutlcut Council 2. Chccrblock 1.2331 journalism 1Yrurlgs1iup'i 5 R I A.,- W-. ... A ai Sally L. Tolbert - F,T.A. 2. vice-president 3g French Club 1, interclub representative 2, vice- president 3g N.F.L. 1,233 Drama Club 1.2.31 Thespians 2,31 VVinter Fantasy 2.3g Cheerblock 1,23 Hi-Tri 1.2.3, National Honor Society 3. Bonnie Trainer. With a little help from Shnooky, Barb Scherer puts the finishing touches on a pair of senior cords. 6 'vi In L18 S .5 R Class of197-3 choose t lr sc p nr atc ru s lilfdl Sllllll Nllfl .ull I I I I -5 sIIuI IIIIIJI .4 IINIJ II! Wu ang II I I In I I " ul' N I lubauKam Shlhnsou II I rrlIrI nl I 1 I .n I N .ugpnr Sul! I Bruce R Sh nun ,I 1 sa nnuu lu flu 5, III-llhlkll I I I IJ Sun rm I mnmnl I ld nn Sur Nuns vm.: I 1 ' .lfdl unnr Yhlwn I I In-lrll N alum 1 Ula u Nana-gnldna-1 I 5 I Q 7' Al 'Q i ? nan Ihnegardmr .llll 1 u u n u s I.: I :I I Sl I I 1 .nu qu u rlludar II urlau 1 Il nn.: lun ll .n In 3 NONTEMPLATION Alone I experienced that flash of realization clarifying a once perplexing method, pondered next yearis schedule with new possibilities ranging from Zoology to computer science, gained satisfaction by fulfilling a difficult assignment, crammed for a test at the last minute, learned by experiencing failure. Together we got away from the daily routine with speakers, vacations, pep sessions, substitute teachers, and tests, evaluated political candidates in preparation for the election, taped videos of authors and poets, helped lab partners mix right solutions, related past answers to present situations, shared responsibilities and opinions. Qu ,W "nn G -J omni Wm. D MQ Q Q' Iva, 113, :jign .. 'mf Wa Q2 7 1-'Vx 1 -4 , if ,. --lk 'T S- "' 1-...af ,wg 'f5N'4,4lcQ?-5'iv-gif?-Q' Qi Qs. N375 'N gan --an M Moving day confronts staff In addition to their regular du- ties. Mr. Rothgeb and Mr. Leeman devoted time to the new high school, which will be completed by the fall of 1973. Concern was shown in making the new school an educational institution for the well- being of all students. Attention was drawn to the fact that the student body next year would be new and their example would set the tradi- tion of the school for many years. Three new members were intro- duced tothe School Board: Mr. jer- ry Gibson, Mrs. Carl johnson, and Mr. David Layman. Dr. Hughes and the six-man board supervised the transition from a 6-3-3 to a 5-3-4 system with a middle school bridg- ing the gap between the elementa- ry grades and the high school. ."ef-2. .ogy K,5k, xx 3. Y 'iv :QQ 4' ' sf - fa- g Y 8, 1 v .gf 'S Q 8 kv 5 X ws, X f"' 1.-vm :cp ln 4 2 33, ,.e S I 4.5 A. School Board Members - Mrs. joseph Herd, Dr. Ted Hughes, Mr. Ward Watts Mr jerry Gibson, Mr. Daniel Layman, Mr. I. P. Hillis tschool Attorneyj, and Mrs. Carl john son. B. Mr. Leeman, principal, and Mr. Rothgeb, assistant principal, have second thoughts about saying farewell to old LHS. 52 1' H ?., X of- X N .. if-if ' . L.. I t - -' .f, 5 Y HV ' --Q 1 1 3 ful.: Nu N "Nb N ' Lg 4 , .. S. 'Ng' A 'Q .l.-av 1 X.-nfs s w ,UIIIISPIUVS guide' StllCll'IltS X' I-'f-'. I '14 !.'I-1 1 I1'..--' Y. QP, .1-Y." -' flu" 'iq' IYYIH' V' I'-' 1Il!'IH 11g'?,'P. .".11f' in ilmfzl XXV-r 'Pu- 'ff ' X1' H .lu-1 NI! l'-f..Lk!ww- wfnfffvxlmm' ilvwiflvvl. .'. 'P . .IJ IIHI1 Ur VV.-s' .' .Mf- r.. NHL- 'P.- 'flu '-.I ll-mffl Nw 1' fl I 3 fujlf. fl. JUN' "1 tYTz .mfr ww,"-' Xl' X1Nly .',. xxwk I-Q!-11 bw, fm ,, l , ., .nlxfl mlm If 1. 1 Xl' N Tmxffl' :NI .- .',-1' .. -N .I .'X1 - 1m!Xl' X1 Xl' 1N'vv4'rw' in 'wyi .sl w-Swv-1.x . 1 I.: XI' xx Hg.,- IEX1' K' L n1f,i'. a 1'..f.' fn' N. NIU. Wlllunu -mel NIM lung QI.-pl-lr -lu-A Ilu nlulx .nl-1-n-1 Im ll Nlry Hull. Nlr. Blulhuvn, .md sl! Shllll lulrpaft' Nlnhgrl Lafn luv .nhlrsr'1Iu'lllhxIx 1 1 .av--Inn Nlun- :'I1lllaxxl,u' llnrlhl-If --I 1-'ltr-'lx If-llllilllf A QNIILUMI HHH' Jw---' Il flfd N.fxllhY "lr funplv-srlu nl 1--u.qll1vln4I -In-lJllu.aI1-1 KPN ilu'- wp--nmr I' lame-1 Nlrl nalrs nf' N .lllsurr nfl Htllllrl X---.alle-sul -1-luurll-I f. x'N'hlf' Nflllfh - Inu:--1 Hn Y wp--I 41-- 1 .nun .ml suuls fn-Mull' --.1-In I 1 l .N xl' i n ix A 'W X, 3 JSR ffice personnel and staff Work together 1 Office personnel contributed their special talents to LHS. Miss Duncan compiled permanent rec- ords, figured class rank, and han- dled typing duties for Mr. Leeman. In the main office. Miss Harmon served as attendance clerk and re- ceptionist, answered telephone calls, and sorted mail. Mrs. Meyers, bookstore manag- er. sold supplies, ordered new text- books, and ran a lost-and-found department. Experienced librarian Mrs. Bill- man organized the annual Book Fair in addition to keeping track of 9.000 volumesg Mrs. Ripple assisted her as typist, In the guidance office, Mrs. Grant scheduled appointments for students and was typist forthe guidance counselors. Mrs. johnson, Mr. jones' secretary. aided in the sale of out-of-town game and bus tickets. Mrs. judybeth Smith cared for the sick - students and members of the facility alike. An orderly but lively study hall was kept by Mrs. Kate Smith. F? H A. Mrs. Billman locates a book for a senior literature student. B. Miss Duncan, registrar, and secretaries Miss Harmon, Mrs. johnson, Mrs. Grant, and Mrs. Ripple break for cof- fee. C. Mrs. Meyers tends the book store with a smile. D. Mrs. Kate Smith checks in as study hall supervi- sor. E. Nurse Judybeth Smith always has a cure. 54 X13 ' ""' Q-1 h .mhz s strlx 4 for pcrfc-cticm 4 xxxx4, X-., f, ' 'f I Lu If D' Ifuh ' "in -.,, , Q -gg Q ax In y -' 1 I II Al , X X A A I X x X A. Tuck coaches - james lids-sour. brad unch Fifi Kildfl. Iowph Want. I. lanes loan - Mhlrm- dnrdnr C. laugh Pda-all - llnrl wtrsllmg roach D. lould Shoe- Xltl - .Mttsllll in-slling 1-nach ll. lui Sirhcl - llrad loolhnll Girl! F. lla.-intl Kelly - Nubsllnl lnnlhall coach C. ll:-rn sa-niun pew pan- lo mn! A Fnnllnd ll--him ii Q-lvl kr r Y L I YV, fw Sophomores develop study skills in reading lab ' 1 J .ma N -- Sophomores examined the funda- mentals of English, dwelling on construction and punctuation. This knowledge was then applied in ac- tual writing. Mrs. Billman gave in- struction in the use ofthe libraryls resources. and each class spent one grading period in developmental reading lab. Besides using ma- chines and filmstrips to increase reading rates, students expanded their vocabularies and discussed study skills such as memorizing and note-taking. For juniors, Americas past came alive as they probed many facets of literature, from its beginnings to contemporary works. Films and recordings, which enlivened daily studies, helped to clarify themes and ideas. Each week vocabulary xx as stressed in preparation for the S AT. 'ne vig..-, B 1 A. Edgar Allan Poe fails to hold ev- eryone's interest. B. Intently listen- ing, sophomores develop note-taking skills. C. Doris Powlen practices techniques of debate. D. Kenneth Callane - Head of English Depart- ment, National Honor Society chair- man. E. Virginia Cuckien - Chair- man of Student Council advisers. F. Aja Hollon - Chairman of Senior Class sponsors. G. B. I. Siefert - N.F.L. adviser. H. Pat Siefert - Drama Club and International Thespian Society adviser. l. Martin Torgerson - Magpie adviser. 56 'i 61 3"-rx alll ff! fe I r' 'T -1,1 'fs F ,, C, U X C . l-' I ' f If ' i I 'l 1 i ! l ve , T5 4" ti lllli E S QMS' fame 'flzli i o , 1 ' ming is :ww tc 79 fvxx 755 '-Y' rv f- Y 1 lung if ' I N., 11, -I l,! YH- '.' L l I MPH" ..,.+ ,., in' ' Nl: I ' IV' l:,,":' xx, fwlf .I ' Il A' -nf' I xx!-'n rl,.. .l' ' N l k' F NIM: .F,' .x I ' 1 'V 1 Nhgpir. N111 , 1 ly. N, V ll, K, Inu-ph xsflifl' - Xunun! UML -4-.nh H nlfhlld Wllhanls x...-L -vm-'fr l I .gn xl-.-vu.-r I Ru hgyd sslld - Kunluul U-.nrlull . --M fu Hn X .ulmsrr D fslhfl Yflnh 'AHIT' rtfol--ual J"Nl1l'Y I Nprufh -IAM .nnuurxl 41--luv lhnlrx I' lnlmmg llllwldrt .I I hllllllfl 'nv flugluh X pupils info fi' 'P' Foreign languages add joy to reading S S i ii-1-i L ui, 4'-i" a I 7' il, A if ff' i . I A For first- and second-year stu- dents Miss Kuss stressed explana- tions of structure more than mere repetition. Third-year people read history, stories, and poems. Reports, conversation groups, and skits dominated Spanish class projects. To test their newly ac- quired skills, classmates used Span- ish in speaking to Maria and Sara Hernandez, newcomers from Mexico. Latin beginners studied basic vocabulary with tapes and stories. Advanced students pondered as- pects of Roman life and began Creek. Remembering her life in France, Mrs. Shilling expanded her classes knowledge of French culture. Nov- ices learned vocabulary and sen- s tence structure while second-year people improved their conversa- tional and writing skills. Third-year pupils enjoyed stories and poetry. i b . . I - -92-JR A. '- Fl l" 3 p .2 g, -,I wiv , 'K 1 2 A. Latin class check their declensions. B. Breaking away from classroom routine, German students sing every Friday. C. Spanish students put finishing touches on the day's as- signment. D. joan Ewing - Head of Language Depart- ment, Spanish Club adviser. E. Paulette Shilling - French Club adviser. F. Carolyn Killion - Latin Club adviser. G. Marie Kuss - German Club adviser. H. Janice McKaig - French teacher at Columbia junior High and LHS. 58 3 x X ft' 3- J I A .' 0.411 Y QKA-. Groups vyc' thc mustc-rs XlY1l.n'-X Q,l'.1 41,1-'I'-mf? . sn A ,J Yin' !.al4'ln7I'1i .Uni FHM' ufp 1 y N.lhTs4I ,I l,-Jn?-x V- 3-y I 'V Q ' 1fI'.lfIXlr'- lI11i1Ha-rum' u,.'. 1 A I . Nf'l1iX pl-xfrrux--rL 4.1.1. K i' 1 '- X 'iii x . ua-I1 11111-wlmrlw.5-rv-wh I I . 1' 1 b E H1111 Una! .HT Illxpfmxzs xx.4 I 'N f --rl Jwxgrl xx-'rl tPl..ll.- Hwrl-1-T?lnvx1.uHrN tlINi'l.l'-rf! flied - NIIHIUXKN YHA! H""'. -lr , t tanvem mu'k.W6 7f.nlfN :Ik -'hulk .ll1'4'P.Yvv cidldllhflnnpnimcllllugwhh ,! It I. pll!el'lllllwIlf.lhl'yCorncllusuld "W" ' A'x N"' 5"" """ Erlclerley crate mudemdnpe-ry 'Fw H1--xr 5-1-5-whr pr If 'I m'uh.k".'P.ph'.' Lthbnk .Vui QIAHPAI-N wfzllm wQlllllkfl'llII'l.D.mllh" .I , ' Uvh-PldoClubullTlltlerad- "' x 1' "'r"N " '1f.l.oF'Llk-Aflcllib livin 1.114 nfl. a.. nad1'anlndvlur.F.hulNlahls ,,,,5,,L NM, ,,,,4..,N -llu1:Uqban1l1llredarG.lcaql H l ' it Hhl1Dfl'C'N0lllUDlC'0l' "NI"?"':""' " l41nqanCaanualy Schools ll. v.--1.1 'l.- J ' N Gdlyliy-Auhtalldlnclmal ,, N, UU, , ,...m.: .3-, hd.dnlf.lvlqchdr.l.ldal N, b Ii .t ' X Plain-Stage nd lube Band " "" -' 1 . I ilhnlll. r ':X""fXr-2' '- r 4 v if f f 1 H W' Imaginative approaches broaden horizonsllj fiwkjfj MW Wflfft Q!l'l!'Ar Q ,na ir? if . sg. , r 5 '-. X l.ll!'rVl ,. ' 11 'V 1. Social studies classes profited from student participation and practical experience. Young histori- ans were encouraged to obtain from the lessons of history solutions for the problems of today. Creativi- ty was apparent in such innovations as student speaker committees, in- tensive reading programs, imagina- tive psychology experiments, and fast-paced seminars for inquisitive juniors. Teachers strove to provide valu- able inter-action between the stu- dent body and community organi- zations. Combined efforts of social studies instructors and city leaders brought about a series of lectures which provided 'students with infor- mation spanning a range of subjects from arrests to voting. Lecture ses- sions also proved to be perfect op- portunities for students to question local authorities and to air views concerning major issues and na- tional problems. fi' 'i-.gftfi . 'gf , ia'fA im? A. Mr. Mason's seminars make historical problems a reality for Todd Eckert, Elaine Ide, and Cris Matheu. B. Tom Gill, member of the student speakers committee, discusses the importance of student participation in government with Mr. Roberts' class. C. L'Dean. Cornelius - Head of the Social Studies Department. D. Harvey Roberts - Key Club sponsor. E. William Kiesling - Hi-Y adviser. F. Cecil Mason -- Student Council adviser.- 60 if llIlilNI'il1.l1'lIlll' .v - fu Ill!! III XII1'H.nluIn'f'l'.'l.u N111-fe nh 5-rf--lu-1-1 as--rl -rf T -' 5 'Hx .HY ,ln-l1fr.-rn.. I' APN!- l!UI N"ll""'L'K ',.l'-xl 'lY."'4 .111 l4"jPll I--PM .V-N.nI' 147,11 4'r"" Il"iN .lI11fI'Ik1I"i-lIl'l:V 1 v!l1f.nI"'l!ulf+.III1 XX.1In'I0wl:--In '. .ni If ' :whiff !I1.lII'. -'Marv' YH! ,'- l1llfN"l1ilIl' YI' grvwkw 'M' f ur: .mul pr-' -vAK 1'-"YUM gh-I ': x-ffm 1 ..'- .fxmlu-'N' xl. I-vw! flu 1"1lli'II K gym' uni: Illllvllv I"1.nI WAV' .Hug "ffl xfrrnllnflnf full-:rm-Q ':f!:'.1'i lx Nllfwkwl H'1YXI1i1 Yfu fl.vkv-- Infvlfx!1115-HIIYIIJI1..rll5'.1:g'n- .- X1IlIIll1IlV!1. xx-'rL.1111' .u' 5'--Nav PIUVN 4ru'f'lr.1g'1Iw.j.nf'1l?- 'I' .N nr:-fp.ur7wlp.Hun-L1 .agwvx-w 5. llIlmxl1vrT.nxfw11!41.1'.fii'!..'+ I'!l41X 7Y.ulv '.X.u',fI fY11,' Yllur 4!rwf1 v"1 '.a.nV lun 4 IWQIIY ilu .1TfvIu':-fr,..r1-fN'1'1 4j1f'I.1lN.u"'fV'u1---rnwllnlf---lv Uwrlwi fin!--ru glY"'Ig'X Ngwg IIVNIIQI ffl- lv--wmf.1r.v HY V--:M L Lux l N pr--f-lim' U. 'win 'lu N'-JIIIIN 41.41 + z-'1-xr, H? flllkx n'1I!7bul MMIII!! I'-1 mf-'..ll1.uul1,'..':"1.X 1-K. -'XM lX4X!lfIN1Xl5lN'"TfllL1" "b rf I-mix '45--N .mf 74- I 1' L.-.. r..:.'i. 'L-' . ' - II.i'.lIlg1.lNflNzI'w71 K. Klan sllilI'I and I,1"l"lHLIl"llHl' fur vu-4.nh'hmg cunrnl nruh .nh :IN B. Rl"1Yl'!l'll'lllK Ihr lragur uf Nunn-n Yulru Nln Lrahanu rl plum Ihr prnhlrnn --I Ihr hgh! l--f npul llghh fl lam Slrldl k Nr nwr 1 lun sputum D. limes Tulnfv - llruf lmsrlull uufh ll. William 00101 - xfflllbf flgu spunuw .guul .ml fruitful' wrath YP" . g -I, 'L Ill athematics stresses basics Whether filling out practical tax forms or graphing 'iterrifyingn cal- culus functions and limits, math students attempted to acquire the fundamentals needed in their re- spective classes. Arithmetic courses were de- signed to develop the skills used by the average citizen in budgeting, marketing, and tax paying. An in- tensive review of consumer math was emphasized in second-year classes. Once again algebra stu- dents wrestled with x, v, and Z while also exploring the concepts of logarithms, determinants, and se- ries. Sophomores were confronted by geometry, which stressed the need of thinking clearly and logi- cally. With both Mr. Burdge and Mr. Rice teaching college algebra, upperclassmen were introduced to the thoroughness of college math. -pf! . . 7 -D Lrg , Ld "N A-, J s U wr? in so . ll - M. JL .ma N...a,.-540 'it""'- 'P 17- ,, b Ii 5 "' . Q' Q I .qi , -. A. Beseiged by questions, Mr. Burdge solves a difficult algebra problems. B. A calculus test demands great concentration. C. Eager hands respond to a geometry lecture by Miss Youmans. D. Jack Rice -- Head of Math Department, junior Class sponsor. Math Club adviser. E. john Bennett - Head basketball coach. F. john Lozier - junior Class spon- sor. C. Thomas Burdge - FTA adviser. H. Barbara Youmans -- Cheerblock adviser. I. Boyd Cundrum - junior Class sponsor. 62 . fr l il l i i I I l l l l i l i i ll Labs add I'-r Hllll-I pug-:lf Lr.HnN..i5. r mdlu wp NMI lim' um fi-.1-H Iunllnlrmg 7,11 'lv lv! 'fn Nl:-L l.' lIlI'Il4'HHfll1 0.01111 If-:Inf In xx :L xun NlllllI.nr !"!"llHxu . .1 rf ll 1-Ilrr1!fu'1u--NYmug'--1'..r:! fum .11 1 mmf- 111- mm- 111- :.' l'lsw1- X .mmf -lumwfrz 'Wulf' lr- 1.1-Hi wwf. !l'lHI'l"'V 1 X HQVLIVX Illylilxl Wmixvx 'T H14 lIli1lIl!Ll'- Jig!-I.. .1!wl'!1' K PHIVYHI l'll"l"l'.ll -iw-H Ill ml.lMr1w11. xx rv 1-'IF--.-.Hi ilu!!-J! 4'+'NlY 4 -rl. : ' ln H'r.nYf'rx xffll .4--pxlvmg . Kswulwfg- lllllfx .-rul1nrr:u'x 'Mfr Iwwxf1.5-I1-r11l,4r'.v-wb. lx f I rm-rx.-ml!r.m1-tx-rx Nix.-f.'.' xx LN xp- rl! mn Hr- IM- II..rr1-m.I..M xx IN .sh ,,.'i'lNY .rfx 'HM 'mngfl' 111 ffl' N 1. gnr'mfr1' lluzng lulrwff , aux H! ll41'I2'17'w N"x'f'v.' Ikll.lI1li YlgI,al!1'f'fu NI! ,I Ill' I X Pvt 'Hgh' LI, L-I J1' A-PHIN A. Cc-ntgr Pmsrll and flnl Nhllrl had "Ihr hrhulm nf mln! uuppru an an aqua-nm mlulinn nl ulwv mlnlr amusing I. Thr mad nrsrnlul un lhtrd-period fha-mnln n Due- Kllmn C. liusprnlrd. Mile Bunn rfrliftlu his acrvlrnilfm npfnmrnl D.PUllipllull'7 - HndnlSc-trncv Drplmncnl. Stu-ner Club ndnu-v li. Lal!! 'lit - Sch-are lflub and Clk-sl Club ads uw! 'st to scic-Inu' L 1 7 Business classes acquire the art of efficiency 3' -au-. t -a--- f- X Y 01? ip- Clerical and stenographic labs provided an office environment. For each job well done, a student received points which determined his grade. Shorthand I and II girls learned how efficient a second alphabet can be. Students enrolled in third se- mester attempted to acquire speed with ability to read notes back accurately. Typing classes also learned that the alphabet is not always in the form of abc. They memorized, through touch, the position of char- acters by keeping their eyes on their material. Legal contracts, court decisions including civil law, and certain aspects of criminal law relating to business practices were discussed in business law. New hooks were issued to the bookkeeping and accounting class- es. Practice sets gave the opportun- ity to prove assets must equal liabil- ities plus proprictorship. l"" If t . 5 Q, . .Al '- LZ: ' , . "ir f-' . . . ,- Q. C ,.,ee f ,l .J 1 ff'-. 'Lib' A. Student typist for Mr. Leeman. Vicki Beekley takes her notes in shorthand. B. For Deb Peterson, practical office experience is the basis for tomorrow's jobs. C. Bill Spoor comes to the conclusion that typing stencils isn't easy. D. Donna Smith - Hi-Tri Il sponsor. E. Betty Foltz - Spon- sor of cheerleaders. F. Larry jones - Activity ticket spon- sor. C. Phyllis johnson - OEA sponsor. H. Larry Parme- ter - junior Varsity basketball coach. l. james Holli- baugh - Sophomore Class sponsor. J. Jill Surface - Hi- Tri I sponsor. 64 L Yfr lx ff-tj 2 X A' i 0 5. .I X 99,6 if Q I "sg ,25,j' if .gi 1 1 1 i ' Q ' m if Q ' , , l ' I ll ll i lg, -A 1-lc 0'4- -i.-ii K L 'r P 'ny 4 44' - J .s..:,4:- - s I AE Q 'W " - l-U 5 x xx , ls. -N I ,mf I X P.1'f?,.-fi , ,Q Pupilstc' l X.x4 inf I Y, " 1 Q, 4 I...- wwf 1.13. 0 , 1 fb X ' . -V , - .sw - IAA A-. ' ' ' .. :Ygjm st ---- IIIUCICVII ox vn A VMI, -. P, V lf f If 1 X -s,b 4 L1 l P ' -l Q1 1 v-4,1 , V It ' 5 lv I 1' L W ' I A. s'Yl We-hater, ll! ull lannr mpc-nur! ulai rxpvn 'i 1 ' ' ' ' L ' me-nh null: Ihr urn mrn I. l rulmnnnl In he-f fuggulr X, A w-:mg mu-hmm Dv-b Stmdnum smaln ff. Kaur IM-A--v lhlpi up uwihcr nl 'lf' hnlulu' lfKl'I'5 D. I ullunl hr-1 ' pqllrm. Orb D1-mrrls lands clothing clan plc-.nuuhlr li, Milind! .hilly -- Ural ul Hnmr Iinvnnmnn D1-putmrnl, . A I" T A adviser F. Susan Nevin - HrTn Ill :dum-r C, Sill Wrbtltr - funds lfarhrr 'A ' ' Building trades classes hold fifth open house 580 Beginning machine shop classes learned to handle basic equipment while second-year students became more versatile and precise. Third- year machinists were permitted to choose their projects. XVood was transformed into book cases, howls, and small tables by wood shop students utilizing varied shop machinery. The complex designs of the skilled upperclassmen were the goals of novice draftsmen enrolled in first-year mechanical drawing. First-year printers became famil- iar with availahle typography. Sec- ond-year projects ranged from Magpie to teachers' note pads. Usher Street was again the site of a late spring open house when building trade classes completed their fifth home. Zxs A a 4 X 19 1' Q! C ,i 499 4:55, I s it xi D DQ" Q sis V91 itil. llgl , . ,JK ii Q ..l' , '1' - r - V xii i X Nl y W n za l. .1 1 A. Dave Hood gets ready for mechanical drawing. B. Dennis White checks the press. C. Doug Blastic -- Magpie adviser. D. Howard Gaiser - Plastics and building trades in- structor. E. Morris Short - Concessions supervisor. F. Henry Stephan - Swim coach. G. Wilbur Stroup - Head of Industrial Arts Department. ' 66 P s lah lx -1, ...T- iff . ns sn!" Ill gllll . ll '1 A 9 . 0" 0 I O' Ill lov fu., l ,. f - u v Q .o" Q? 1 Q 1X'IIlIIlllL'lllIlt' builds muscle s ,.n, . ,. .I ..4 xx -- 4.l'-1--4 I..'I.'l, 'V' M- -If 'fu w- ' - l15'1sg'g'f-f '.-..'? 7' I 1: 3 'l"i'Y1f' ',-- ' .wi 71- ph' I li.. P., ' 1. -,., ,'i K '. "ww XJ '!,-' 4 x iw-N4 4!,..!-W -W N 1re1W11'f1-Y '.'.'1 'Wv' I' VJ? "1kf"1V L lvl, 4-' . ' .WIIH V, , .Wa -MHI4! 5' 1 X!- ,,, I... ,ll MV!--.F-.WE .' ' nr.-4 .wif-". 'V 4 -gh--111' mr'-. IX' 'v-! 13. x mu I-1' 11,13 V-' !I'-I' Um". 1 'rw '- I, ' cIl+i'N'I1'K 1' I'.'n I' EIL' ' ' mx' ml? Inf. L. k"'nH .x !,v.' yy I, Tr.H!lH14h'x'uIllrl-- -.-II' ch P-all I Huhnnnl-m .uhh mn: zulu I' If Kf Sur jnnrs 1 C K K up-mum garb xullrxl-.all .--.ul sulanl zulu lusirlfull .1-.nh ll s'lfL Sulfur llrad --I VM l I Fdmnlwn Da-pulmrnl I 4 lu' YPUUUIY f xllilf' '.lWllH"l1 pu h r hr: pump 'hui ' v 'Q 1 4,0 I-I in Alone I entered another world through acting, replaced jeans and t-shirt with suit and tie to lunch with the Rotarians, faced the responsibility of completing captions, copy, headlines, gave up weekend sleep for speech meets, sighed with relief or held back tears at the naming of new Honor Society members over the intercom. Together we collected newspapers, magazines, books and glass for ecology drives, merged customs at the International Twelfth Night Party, harmonized, selected Book Fair paperbacks ranging from Snoopy to Future Shock, sought to revive the honor roll, modified class election rules, and brightened the main bulletin board. AY '?fF-m.Q.1i9f'if'i?s- A " 4 '. '- 7 1 ' 5 1 f "'r.::l,i'nv L 'L " "i 'Sf' ' - x L"s:"fJ:'1T"Q, 1 A, ' gJv.,3t.A I. , . .LL .af W N1 Yr' ' Q N4 S V f v' O' 3 ' f 'lo - 0 ur' r n 0 ' .-.Q . 5 ' '-.'l"".". 2 ' 'f b"5'.,'F'1.. ' ' o . - 3 l . -,-.,.-5:34 ,- . ,. 3,5 . p Mg, .- .-an-.5 . I . I . A . . . h .-- I , . ' .. - .- ,..b, 5 1, .1 ' . N . , ., I '- X b . . J I K ' 5 , . Qs, l .. I. , , 'QM : . i I ' 1'-, Q 1 N , ' . ..4 . 1 , " ,. ' - .' 3 ' -, - 0 . x I .Q'., A 9 . -' '. . l 'N' 1 " K..."-'r' ' .."'5f! !f"f'f""x' 1 - 1 .- '-' ' "1 bi- fxpffb. '.-fs ' 'P' ,,-4 5 .. x---b .",--.. - -- '-.- , I.-.-m.Af. -. .f .,,.,.. ..v -. . . , ' . '.:.r:N.1' ,f9L':'..4.: ,T . ,v - ,L - . . fs, . I ' 4.-1, I'-,..-uw F.'- -V-,. ,l 50. ,4-. V ,, u . , 1. ...lik-'hx' .L '21, , In . ' , , . ',",i' 'f' .-:lg-'iff' 1'-'Q . 5. V . A X . .Q -'nwsil l ,' ,tvy hgh. . ' s 1 A '. . . '1.'T L-ff.: FAQ., '- '-ni.:-.9 v: -. -'-L: ' ww- 1 I .. ' -.' Y, ' IL-4 Q,-ut ily. gf' ""T x1 J ':"'. 'N-r gsll : QTL I-Lkifgk' Inv" ' . v 'f '.'- xg '- - .- fry, f-.-1 1 -, , . H. 1.4, .., .1 1. D .r?3w tl.. A., I ,.s..,yq.u,':5gh-Q 1 ig -1 fff " ',. IQQYJS4 'xx-L vii"-n I .A fi Q-3 . .t--7, Q,x.i,'Q 6-1 .,'.f?:-in .. - .s A I' ' . .' - .7.- xg: r J. I . -l , W: .xl .TIN s :.g. ,,f.5 "' . . - 7' A ' . . . w- sf ' '- -f . .g -L.---. j,, .'x .1 . ' .,-- --xx. -, ..y,..' 'EA .. , .l Q.. N, . " ' V' , . A 1 . Au .WI 'U x 1 Individual staffs record ,72-373 LHS stor Q W il - 1 i 7' ,ff Y' h x. ,fi " -I3-FQ Third period again resounded with pattering feet, buzzing voices. clicking cameras, and stuttering typewriters as Tattler staffs retold '72 '73 Computers eased the editorial staffs burden of counting endless lines of copy. Portrait count and layout never agreed for art staff. Even drawing stick figures for the cover and the division pages proved no kindergar- ten task. Advertising staff provided funds by selling ads to local merchants. Senior parents were also added to the list of contributors. Photographers took an average of l5O pictures a week for both ad and editorial staffs. Each page - layout, copy. pho- tographs - reflected the imagina- tion of all four staffs, who for the third consecutive year met nearly impossible deadlines only through the aid of a two-day ice storm. A. TATTLER STAFF -- Front Row: Miller, Wiler, Dimick, Ervin, Has- sett, Williams, Cagliano, Matheu, Netser. Schneider, Clark. Back Row: Bower, Snyder, Bell, Scherer, Price, Hitchens, Haley, Gill, Vernon, Lou- thain, White, Sanders, Sample, john- son, Ball, Martin, Conrad, Whaley, Maughmer, Wolf, Cribble, jones. B. TATTLER ADVISERS: Miss Winn, editorial, Mr. Sullivan, photography, Mrs. Lehnus, art, Mrs. johnson, busi- ness. C. Don Maughner takes one last yawn before starting an early Satur- day morning session. 70 .......--J - Ulll'llLlllSllL' slxllls 0' if 'Q K. Sl NLPIIE STKYF - Fmnl Bmw: sdllifii 1 unix Nlnllrr l Wnllnm-n Ran-wr Nllltura Ulu:-rm Blfl Run: Clad Xhllrr lu-un NIJ:-r Unnml 'LIST' 8 lmxrx Ku-ul Ualrl huh hlr Kurulrr R lhvru B.lLn1-km-I rr Nun Nlnrlu-A I'--Ilx Ulnrrw uni Wuhr Snnafru wmslr Aflrr lnnulung nn :nur K. Nlr Xluhn I4-rg:-rx-rn ulsnrr .hm M 1--px D Nl U.Pll" l'RlNTl"lSf lllanlun N frufrv N Nh--1-null! N lh--usp lag-lv'1K4 H1-.glh NUI! uh rt Club brings happiness into lives of others l llill Art Club opened the year by painting windows of downtown merchants for Homecoming. On December T, they enjoyed a carry-in dinner party at the Kleiln- man Home. Santa Claus, played by Nlilie Berkshire. presented each child with a gift purchased by the members. During january. plans for the annual Valentine Banquet were made, A trip to Clhicagols Museum of Art and the Planetarium was planned for mid-May. and a bus was chartered for those members who had earned adequate points to go, For three years, eyer since the construction of the new high school began, .-Xrt Club had been making mosaics lor the walls of the history department. Each mosaic picture tells of a dillerent period of time. The art xxorlt was completed this spring. I E -2 61 -Lwhd "L Ah 1 'L' 'I 'I stall ' nlli A. Theresa Whaley and lay Wolf paint the window of a downtown merchant for Home coming. B. Art Club officers: Mrs. Lehnus, adviserg president Kathy Conrad, vice presi dent Cindy Easley, secretary Terry Hughes, historian Don Maughmer, treasurer Lynn Eisentrout. C. Robin Humes and Kathy Smith make decorations for the Art-Photography Club Valentine Banquet. 72 '65 X X X N-4 b- tl Is "" , yi Q IL. " X1 X -Q.. L VU- 1 If Q-Y' I 'x K Rink 1.41-. N,1v"' wx' 1 Ihr pn-pr! nu' --f ph--4-1' 41 7 Q x 'vlrnl B. X ur pu-xufrnl N11 r. .alvplrnil full--we V-N1-M I I If I--K 'HJ'-YIAII xiii' NN -1 J .gr .rlxv. n,,,'.' V T1 1 1 I I l hlll1,If"'JY11l '4 I U N lic IIX Q .um ms Ldfllllll .ltlltbll Passes, overdues, magazines surround librarians sjlfllll liiriilauuu-un .J- gxf'Kirl' , .,,. -..Q- ...Q-.gn ..-. .. H. .-,-........-.- - 1 Student librarians learned the responsibilities of handling a circu- lation desk, the magazine room, and the Dewey Decimal System as Nlrs. Nluriel Billman explained the duties of library management. Although general routines dif- fered, A-Y boys functioned as part of 120 Club. Each boy found him- self concerned with locating and repairing audio-visual machinery. Cuest speakers provided useful information for members at month- ly meetings. A Christmas party joined hearts in a prayer for world peace. Paperbacks of all sizes. shapes. and colors confronted Xlarquita NlcCloskey and Karen Kropp, who shared the chairmanship of the l9T2 Book Fair, As a year-end reward, library as- signments were abandoned for a day as the 120 Club took their an- nual field trip to a nearby universi- ty library. f' 1 .. 4 get' I 4' - Q- s...--Q. A. 120 CLUB officers - Terrie Duddy, secretary-treasurerg Vickie Sanders, presidentg Marquita Mc- Closkey, vice-president - peek through a mass of volumes in the li- brary. B. A-V BOYS: Bruce Doles, Rob Carney, Rodney Williamson, Kim Young, Wesley Szumera, and Eric Billman. C. Following the rou- tine of an efficient librarian, Tina Sheets prepares to shelf recently checked-in books. 741 1 .uit Jltcls . c 5111111111-lwlillic as C-Z3 3. LOGA SPCR CQMM A. YI"l,nlIk1-nz Upprnhrnnrr pn-Q adm! Rangrl nu- pfrsuh-nl Nrrgrr srvfrhrv I. ludx Nhwlrn .md Yam Rdlms unhrur Pe-gms R--In - lhfff pfrlalum nf Tllil STAR-SPKNKLI FD f. Rrw'.lH'hIhK mlriulr rm drnrr flllx Huh 1'lfflf' D, :ml If Xfalf 'NN'-gr: ual Sur Uni! rrhruw- rl.--ur hllrnun-lu lIl"lUKl Diversified speakers spice monthly club meetings ,, , I' 1 l ef -- 1 .f Y ff' X lp ',J L Math is a very general term ap- plicable to many different areas. Club meetings pointed out the numerous areas and gave members a chance to explore the unfamiliar. Guests were invited to speak on math-related jobs. Particularly in- forinative tallts included ones by A Nlrs. Lee Naftzer. an elementary teacher. and Xlr. Robert justice, a ,c lawyer. 'Xlrs Naftxer rclatccl xx hat -3, school children are noxx learning about inath and lion it is taught. xxliile Nlr justice spolse on logical reasoniiig and analysis nsccl in the practice ol lan The intricacies of a coinputcr I . xxcre the niain purpose ol' a trip to tht- National Banlx .Xny interested ' ' stuclcnt -.xzis alloxxccl to xiexx the X ,. lmanlt s lacllitics 'ani A. With a little boost, Gail Van Vleet checks the math bulletin board. B. Mr. jones ex- plains that bookkeeping can be a profitable career. C. The sun rises over MATH CLUB officers - Front Row: Horning, presidentg Stuart, treasurer. Back Bow: Scherer, vice- presidentg Vietti, interclub representativeg Gaby, secretary. 76 5.-2 7 P ---' 5 1 X 1. N Q iq .- LL S .. ?' li n '-4 ,4 5 V . H Y c,llllJi'XIJl'l'lS gix'vlc'c't11l'vs I-1 ..a I u1,' Q xx 'I I Ll, P 1- w.- X-K, ,lim 4"' ' ' l- P L' ' lllr 1 , , n"I," X -, A ' XI ' X P, ,. I. n Lx. . .. ' 1 , X , nf 1 H1 - Q Kx 5-ar! -'Y I1 X fNI V- I..- ,X41 Irwh ' I,-H L44 .H 'Y- ,. ' H SIIIVNI f f I I B lllilffll Nland mg lm' llfvw xv 'f 'J ' Nlfmum X-1942.2 A 6- kllif 4 lvfwfnll' - 4 N u- zvmx..-. Q..-. IA. 'rwrll.zl'x-1' xfllfd lt 9. 'I' V pvrsulrn? f N--.j" Ulf- " ' ' ff-xfunfxffzr l lrv1,5 4- ll I Nhxl ..-Hll-lu': .4 'J ff' -1.- 5-r'ur1lf'n! Customs guide French and Spanish activities Placing emphasis on the under- standing and enjoyment of Spanish culture. Spanish Club members held an authentic fiesta featuring famous Nlexican dishes at the home of Lisa Miller. Mexican travel slides, conversation groups, and a Christmas party highlighted meetings, Similarities in traditions of Spain and France appeared at the all-lan- guage parties. To allow over eighty' members to become acquainted, French Club held a bonfire and a weiner roast early in the year at Mrs. Shillings house. The French Club dinner at First United Nlethodist Church at- tracted parents, teachers. and friends and gave club members practice in preparing French cuis- ine. Three religious holidays were obserxed during the year: the Cele- bration of the Kings, Xlardi gras, and Faster. in ,W 1. f QW 'N 'T A. SPANISH CLUB officers - Dawn Martin, interclub representativeg Paul Clendening, presidentg Kathy Watson, treasuirerg Susan Bishop, secretaryg and Amy Penman, vice- president - prepare for the Spanish Club dinner. B. Sarah Hernandez performs a tradi- tional Spanish dance for the all-language Christmas party. C. FRENCH CLUB officers - Sally Tolbert, vice-presidentg Dennis Bell, presidentg Ierrilyn Seeger, secretary-trea- surerg Anita Bracalente, program chairmang Mrs. Shilling, advisor: and Gail Simpson, historian - enjoy Mrs. ShilIing's spacious riverside view. 78 X Latin club builds Ll catapult n-, lg- A. LATIN CLUI Jliun - Und lov: lim Edwards, udlle. Sum- Timmons. udlle. Skill Nllilv. ullul. lrikd Gaby. mmul lid Ili: Dumb 0'Kefllr. onlllr. Slut- Q flllllll. lfdlk. Mill DlDKk. lllfttlllb Ifptfifllllilvl. Cillllf Nlnu, crawl, Cmg Vldil. Kilbl I. CEINAS CLUI Ollltfn - Trim' Dudds, pvutdrnl, falln Nnnm shy. unduly. lun King. lrfawrvf, Karl Wall pulumrnlunn, Klan Kun, nhl-fr ,llll Ccful lllndub vrprnfnlalhe Nhhla Shir Bmw-1. vin--pu-ndrnl C. ln m- dflll tlflf right" ptovlln Ihr model lol Luth Club 1 cahpull yi A i u YIM VICA retains district officer Early in the year Nlr. McCauley and eleven students attended the District Leadership Conference. During the holiday season juniors and seniors joined to help one needy family, have a wonderful Christmas Day. Seniors worked to prepare the Employer-Employee Banquet. which was held at the Holiday Inn on April 16. Dayle Alhin, viee-president. was the only district officer from Lo- gansport. Members of VICA from Logansport. Pioneer. Kewanna, Winamae. and Carroll and their dates enjoyed the annual Christmas dance on Deeemher 16. 4- 5 Qlgs llqqhw E . fain ' 'CW 5 . j A i A f '4.NL 1 Q hx xx' l L i r x nl 'jx xxx i 3 ll 'j fl x ' i I--V-r l A. DECA - Sealed: C. Smith, D. Smith. Standing: I. Cately, V. Brock, Mike Kinsey, rep.g K. Miller, j. Moore, pres.: B. Storkman, C. Hettin- ger, A. Hines, vice-pres.g L. Maroney, L. Bowman, D. Homburg, P. Ashby. B. Sealed: T. Brock, V. Farrer, D. Costello. Standing: Randy Rozzi, Mark Klotz. C. Dayle leaves her morning job to come to school. 80 ifh C turf' , X U. ICH-X. i'lltl'l'S l'l'QiUIlLlI vulllvsl O .X lx -C TLP A. 0.l'1..L llukfhz lam Hath-1 4 If-tual pn-udrnl Debbie Ifnhm, urn.. phnh-guphrr Iulu Hamm, sh-nu phd-quphrr, Kan-n Rsnrusnn, stfnn prnulrnl Nun Hmgh -lrnral urn-un, lim Halle-n, rlrnul nu--prrsxh-nl l.mda Shun urn.. mf- pvrueirnl B , Wnnng the Frlu Apron. flnnr Sf-mu-I pr-nn 0 E A hu uhm-I apunl ff Nur Shoal and Kllfh Flmn mmrlrv :hu thru lu!-nn lwld Faculty select fifty-two seniors for 'PA In a 2:50 intercom announce- ment. Nlr. Rothgeb revealed the names of the 32 seniors selected for membership in National Honor Society. Friends and parents were invited to the induction ceremony on December 6, 1972, Under the leadership of Master of Ceremonies Roselyn Piangel, nineteen members chosen in their junior year initiated their class- mates. Devotions were given by Cail Simpson, and the history of Logansport Chapter was presented by Pam Hitchens. john Horning, Tim Herd, jerrilyn Seeger, and Carolyn XVhite lit the candles rep- resenting scholarship, character, leadership, and service. After the final speech by Mr. Callane, each inductee signed the register and received his membership card. Old and new members then recited the pledge concluding the evenings ceremonies. YDFMTO 2475 A. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Front Row: Hines, Hitchens, Simpson, Haley, Hewitt, Demerly, Hamm, Vernon, Rangel, jackson, Duddy, Gibson. Brugh, Bracalente, Maus, Burk, Laing. Second Row: Tolbert, Martin, Ross, Herd, Castaldi, Sanders, Hurley, Holton. C. Gaby, Vietti, Ross, Parker, Kinder, White, Warner, Ball, Johnston, Mc- Closkey. Back Row: Oppenheimer, Cotner, B. Gaby, Lay, Bowyer, Costello, Scherer, Bell, Norzinskay, Studebaker, Seeger. Swisher, Horning, Rayl. Missing: Chu. Cowley, Miller. B. Roselyn Rangel, master of ceremonies, introduces Mr. Callane, chairman of National Honor Society committee. C. Members stand to pledge or repledge to the quali- ties of National Honor Society. 82 t A A My I. J . I r ,I 5:1 4 1 .-mv if I 5 A. 5ludrnlI'oum'llnUu-1-nun .nh--n lrnl Klein an r pvrmh-nl I sun I W-utr,-m uh. 1. C lan. Tam Herd. pvrudrnt. Nhrl Lum, pqrlumrnluun, nnd Slap 1 lu-Il In-.gmrrr I. STVDENT Corsffll.: Puhv Lumlslaff Lglvs Ha-nl Hun!--nl Nh:-rlx 1.-n-lu-l. 1 N'fFllllifl' slll'l'Il'l'll'l1 'Iliff' Rvhlnns Nldhru Klum 1 -f XS.-:lu-Knul lflr N 'Ibm--v. I-Uri. Rn' lfnlelll. Nrndnrhnn lub--n 1 he-ll Hu-alrulr Udrv Mnwfv V1 If-nur---.P nlllikl. flillidl. ,fiinulnn f. Nlllh x1hUll'f'Y s'lN,l'lll 1 mum ll spun! v -vnmnlfrr - Pun mln drlnrn une nl the pmlrn plnnl --vu nn h llI51"'f'n fl---r 1 X 1 Y" I t X H UIIIICIII Bm' " X s musls new splrll Lettermen and student Rotarians earn recognition 5 fl .ss 4 t a 21' X' u if 3 S l 'Vx ' if 1 tv .ik C Profits from the management of the concession stand at football games were used to finance the scholarship award to a deserving senior athlete as well as the individ- ual fall, winter, and spring sports banquets. Lettermen. who were again allowed to purchase activity tickets at a reduced rate, traveled to Lafayette early in the fall for the Purdue-Bowling Green contest. Senior members belonging to Boys' Clheerblock had the honor of ring- ing the victory bell and caring for Felix. the LHS mascot, at home games. Selected for scholastic ability, character, service, and citizenship, Student Rotarians attended weekly Rotary meeetings. Clad in suits and ties. txxo boys participated at these luncheons for a month. The honor ii as then rotated to a different pair. ln Xlay the entire delegation united to plan and preside over the re- maining meetings. 'sr ,wx Y L-CLUB - Front Row: Tom Smith, Phil Brink, Chuck Ross, Bill Hipsher, Kim Graham, Mike Schroder. Steve Hughes. Second Row: Skip Chell, Richard Durand, Dave Hood, Kim Heishman, Rob Carney, jim Woodruff, Fred Vester, Mark Harger. Back Row: Dan Ripple, Dave Cutshaw, Rick Siddall, joe Davis, Roger Harris, Kent Alder, jim jackson, Karl Wolf, Randy Greiner, Tom Stayer. B. STUDENT ROTARIANS - Front Row: Chuck Ross, Tim Herd, Randy Rayl, Don Michaels. Second Row: Terry Studebaker, Tom Gill, Bob Oppenheimer, Mike Ross. Third Row: Dan Ripple, Bob Simons, Dave Purcell, Mike Schroder. Back Row: joe Davis, Skip Chell, john Parker, Mike Vore, jim Jackson. 811 J , X RX X. Q uh dl ,.,.,,. .. .I l! '- l .of I P ' 5 1 any -7 ' 1'11isc'sSJ di M M. lxfy 1 'xx' .-" l I, . I B . - . TY.. 4. l'f A. KE' Cl.l'l - 'th ln! IFUOQI I0 SKIP: Immun lnulrr Klamrw Pu-urll Hllilifl P xfhfillfl Rnu, sfhllil lluslrf Strmhrvgrr, Slums:-I Stroud Rn! Irr.nu1rrl'.uKrr ll:-nl X " l.nnrr4 fnulrx, Iuhnn srrgranl-al-.arma Nluhu-I krnl Qld:-1 Nhddlr Ron l'vf-wirn! 1 Rnl Damn-K, Smnlh lirlrn slmle-hah-v Hr-'nn Nh R--he-ru Fourth Rm: hw pw-a dfnl Hrndlklsnn, Grondslaff I KH:-r, Nha-rlx lfnrium 1Qm'lu-n l..-rn Right Roi A' ,.-', I. Qffffflh lun, llull. lfmtrr llrnhman. lhrll Svph--mmf tnnlrr Shu-hlhmwu Nh K1 ' NlcNulh Mining: fhaplaan niflff 1-usb'-al l. Lamr -lrm-mslvnra np.. .I km 1 lub lllshllf C. Wnrl and plrnulr ur nn-rosmum In hun rluh mrmhru A . ,. H " " " Xlllllllllflll Nun: "1 X-1"' ll X Tournaments and conventions sharpen interests X Informal meetings throughout ,Jfxif I. 1 the school year provided ample time for Chess Club members to plan their separate strategies. VVith the experience attained last spring at chess tournaments in Valparaiso and Indianapolis. veterans contrib- uted much of their time to help beginners. To stimulate competi- tive minds. tournaments were ar- ranged between club members and any interested students. john Horn- ing earned the title of Logansport city champ by winning six of seven matches. Hi-Y took on a new look: sophomore. junior. and senior clubs joined to form one group headed by four elected officers. During the year the boys helped Hi-Tri girls with the paper drive and planned other services. Members hoped to send one boy to the Youth in Cov- ernment Convention held at Nlanchester College. Officers and ads isers planned to attend the state meeting in April. we H ap If Pv- I t i A A. Dave Kline. Chess Club president, sets up for a match. B. Shelia Netser ponders a "queen to king's bishop three" against Chris Matheu. C. HI-Y officers: Skip Chell, vice- president: Mike Dimick, president: Charlie Horn, chaplain. Missing: Mike Vore. C XBARFTprm1clw form xl thc rm I , ' 4 'LD '- '.'.'Jkj rnrf Ripple' and flunr ltfr umm u Q A II I B I K led nfispgpru fm lhf paper drnr f Ill Tll oukfh Walla-r D :uh Duddw 'ia frm lannnnr xfftff Ifllwl! NW al vn lrm n R Chg l I I Nhnnla ur ala-Qchrd lm Ihr formal Field trips offer insight into future careers I i L Health Careers Club toured Nlcmoriul Hospital in October. Xlcrnluers acquired knowledge con- cerning various hospital tasks rung- ing from performing hlood tests to taking x-rays. The group sold pocket-size calen- dars to raise enough money for L1 field trip to the Eli Lilly Company in Indianapolis, A niernher was eli- gihle for the trip - taken during spring vacation - only if he sold thirty calendarsg he received a free lunch for selling an additional ten, ifluh mcrnhers were excused from school one this in Fchruary to attend workshops tit Purdue Lini- xcrsityy lfnch person chose two workshops lrom thc four which xxcrc offered. AX picnic ut Dykcrnun Park wus hclcl for tht- final rncctingr Carnes ur-rc pluycd and neu officcrs xxcrc clcctcd uftcr plans we-rc discussed lor ncxi ycur. 'n of gi F 1 E 1 35? I-ff liar' -if fjgif. "1 7'- y ag : "-,,s'f,s'- I A ii -.vN',,G Elko, . f'5ifQi".Yff1. ,,gti.m3.'.. 3 A "r1?'lf' it 2'k'f""-wt 4 'Pi ii 'ff ' taint, 3 , s rs 49 4 i A , 3 ' iv ' 9 A. Members of Health Careers Club wait in line as Gretchen Tanguy and Cindy Ball reg- ister for a field trip to Indianapolis. B. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB officers: Paula Burk, presidentg Pam Hitchens, secretaryg Cindy Bruck, treasurerg Cindy -Ball, interclub representativeg Randy Rayl, speaker of committees. MISSING: Terry Ray, president- elect. 88 ' N ' . o o 4 ,uclvl tmwlllllg IJl'UX'liIl'S tlllllllllg K 5 R "'-:QI . . F'-f , iv ' ' 'Q Q --..Q rim 4 ll f. A. F.T.A. dfkth - 'fred lol: Sn rv-un 1 gr4l'hnllrn,pfr1ldrnl lrrnr lhuhlx nr. illlff flu9v1uululn hgh lui X u r lYfl'il4'I'1l'slH'- I-:H-rr' lnul.-nah Hu v- Q4 N U-,I-. pqlllllhrlllulllih Inns l.gllp4nu B l.nrn Igflu-nflu-4m...1D,fyl.,mn xr. ll.: 'a ,f Lu., hrld f I' T K me-mlwu uh' a hr-A .wi--rr - 41--lm: nl haw Nluwr VY V' ! x .yin lm' lun-relxxill f-nh-A-1 I , I C.A.A. members Widen their range of activities IFN For the first year C.A.A. had time for other activities besides sports. Cirls experimented with dif- ferent pleasurable endeavors: six weeks of bowling, six weeks of ten- nis. and a weekend of camping with a surprise destination, The group came back from their forty-eight- hour stay at France Park tired but happy, Roller skating parties turned into Roller Derby games as Roller Der- by became popular with the televi- sion audience and the C.A.A. Girls acquired new shirts with their names printed on the back. On Color Day the team proudly displayed their new apparel. During home basketball games girls passed out programs and helped at the concession stand. 45 A. With sleeping bags ready, Marla, Patty, and iCindygl happily await the camping trip. B. C.A.A. officers: Deb Hinkle, Patty Maloy, Laura Bailey, Cathy Means, and Deb Douglass. C. Arrival of new shirts brings with them anticipation of the first game. D. A good play by Cindy Douglass receives a sock in the stomach from sister Deb? 90 F X iff U 1 i I 'L ktQ:F,k .5 QIIIS VC lIQlIltX . 15 I A. W! , A. Sw'lM WMU - FNIOI Rui: lfggrfdnng Nlrmlvrrgrr Huh--fn lrvn Kllu-x IM-nw bnfn. lmlorr Second law. Kung Rc-sh Shllumn Qmllrn, Nhllrv Pukrv Bark Ron IMIW. Shit, Bvlmin, fllllly Wllunn, Nan Xlrr-I Yglaaul Shu lun Slnsmg Bllfllfllff I. TENS' - FIOIII noi: ID l,vllKlJlW "lllk'l' Nnaullmm SKIN. Shlllll. lmhlill. lflfhlltlh kk loud' Duullus, Nlalns, Duluth, Hr'-cl BML SUN. Helm, Hlllfv, Fllnn C. Orb llmllr. vnllo-shall lo-uni mm! ulsnhlr plan-r hal one ovev the nd ZX 6. T -4- Hull ,, Special sound of LHS choir is created by the 96 I , N ,P . u 1 2. .. - M. -.-s 8 Assured upperclassmen again led the choir as timid sophomores gained confidence and strength. Directed by the ever-energetic M r. Huffman, who was assisted by M r. Wiley. the choir hit the beaches lHawaiian, that isl with a rousing 'iHawaiian VVar Chant." Different moods were captured by the dreamy "If I Loved Youn and the demanding "Honor and Glory." The choir's version of an oldie, "Cherokee," proved quite popular. New notes were heard at football and basketball games when soloists from the choir sang the national anthem. Dreaded early morning rehears- als greeted an expanded Swing Choir that included both juniors and seniors. New pink outfits brightened the appearance of the girls. One show, entertaining at Grissom Air Force Base before an audience with celebrities like For- rest Tucker, joe Higgins, and Cov- crnor Bowen in it, turned out to be exciting. Q - elf' .434-ani fave . .4 M e 1 Ya .. ii...-" X 1- H-1 Tv! 1 1 X 'll Al l Ft lf' A. A carefully composed face helps Mr. Huffman keep his cool. B. CHOIR: Front Row - Altos: Sedam, Maloy, Seeger, Bowyer, Bowman, C. Bailey, Ide, Barber, M. Hopkins. Mr. Wiley. Second Row: Alfrey, Whallon. Short, B. Warner, Wilkinson, Billman, Logan, Sample, Vernon. Rozzi. Third Row: Gaby, S. Hopkins, Douglass, Setzer, Walker, Rober- son, Simpson, Walters, Burk, Scherer. Fourth Row: Foster, Rangel, Ulery, L. Tanguy, Lay, Hoover, Harmon, Scagnoli, Kendall, C. Tanguy, Germaine. Fifth Row: Layman, jones, S, Hernandez, Busin, Stout, L. Bailey, Bishop, Watson, C. Schroder, C. Miller, Kinder, Cilsinger. Sixth Row: Langston, Sherman, Ball, Taylor, Patacsil. Tenors: Coris, Homburg, Loner, Boxell, Calbreath, Snyder. Seventh Row: Brown, Schlabach, Merritt, Smith, Rush. Slusser. Brewer, Seeger, Harger, Herd, Alder. Eighth Row: Conrad, Cira. Fry. Overpeck, Danely, Harris, Klimes, Hendrickson, Van Meter, Vangundy, Wolf, Cut- shaw, Kiesling. Back Row: Berkey, Kitchel, j. Purcell, Cerni, Hassett, james. C. Front Row: Mr. Huffman. Sopranos: Castaldi, M. Schroder, johnston, Hewitt, Whisler, Bollei, Ripple, Shipp, Hooton. Second Row: Hughes, Ricci, Collins, Bjick, Coris, Hamm, Sisson, Jamison. johnson, Heimlich. Third Row: Eagen, Means, Pusey, Beckman, Allen, Powlen, 92 bs, I X fr l f ia I rs' 3 N IDIUIICIIIIQUI rl1ur1x'x'ulm's lllltblllli' Q v 1 -...ur-ski. 1.'Jv .val sf 4 v 4 Buchanan. Dunbar. Perla-Gln, Shaw, Hands Fourth Row: Suu-mu Nl-m-hr..-Q Sapp Klllll, lermla. Slarhrnlhfv, Shnnrv, Thump-um. Nhmn, N! llhfll turn-ul Fifth Ron: Cliffll, s' Hl'Yl'llfl,l'l. Ndlll, Nhnff NUT!!! NS rtl fvaly x'jll!lll4 Flllli' H1- In Shih IGI - lusts: Schroder. Wlnpvdnn. Bn-rlman. Drummond. Mrh-rhlnn. Hfhillilll. rflli. D Phltfn. Rlfhfi Stifib IGI: Kind:-1 Nlurhlhalnrn lrwln' Fffilll. Nllfdiln hlfhlff, flllxnn Drslrf Nlnorr Ellllh Roi: Xrm--n lg:- Nrrhrd. Long. Dawn, funk, Sl--nn, lamps-nga loci low: Ra-ll Yfrdlrr Ibn- Nl-.I lm Zrlfrt. Univ D. SYVIYC Clloll: Cult -C fhllrx B-vlman, NN-gr: Hun: Sump wln. Hnnlun. Bnllrm lluuil, Bnlsrv, Shlpp. W hula-1 Sun-vn Kuulcln K1 N-In--ln ,ihllilili .Cys - llrrd, llrvultnlufm sllidff lhlu-ly s'll1!l'l, Pfrsffrr Klelrr Hn-'hm D Punvll zfdfl, Kllrbfl. Nlrlnrhlin. Schrwln fi. Dun- P-urrll grh 4 lnlllr he-Ip w nh IN' lnlms 'fllll Beth Knn Rrvn F. iunmpqnnsh lm Ihr chem jam Shspp and haul Slmpmn llllllfl A dllhcull unngrmrnl C. Suphmnnn- supumn jun Hunk .ml I .-I Mm s'lll'l'l'0 ohm Ihr command. 'nprn then ungmg, rl-ned when mi Mr. Huffman inherits baton of music department ,v I.. 1 'Q X A I 54.33-,. . fn .f .14 I H t -- '-e- ""v W Eitftl-'i 'tw A 'B ve rt 7 ff 1 P , r tt f t in , A .'. ,. ' V .4 4 F lvl, -in-r ' .ri - I fi :N is Ji- H: T . ', 1' Y r Z - 1 '-ws, r N . fl H 'sp XWFWY' P B A 1 , I ,I -- 4 V 9-rr V l 4 t 4 r , u , ' , gl .r fl I ,LSR .YJ L.. U I ram Sh 5 ua li "'-'- 'I , Y Jia., 'A-D' .4 u yr xx -ui Q ' " ' if- . . , - 4 - Q----. I i nhl- f . .. tn :ig if -A 1' r . t. .ef . M ef.-we ef..- 3- . 8 6 ' nv - r ' 'N r- 1 1 . ABNF' 1' ff- 5'ISf1'ff""". Q 'a WI: A. RUBE BAND - Hathaway, Blanton. Spradlin, Brink, Rodriguez, Binder, Vore, Wilk inson, Doty, Conn. Cerni, Cahalan, Bell, Deniston, Eckert, Edwards, Bard, Dunwoody Snyder, Britton, Billman. B. STAGE BAND - Front Row: Vore, Rodriguez, Eckert Edwards. Nichols. Van Vleet, Gibson. Second Row: Mullin, Conn, Gerni, Blanton, Sprad- lin, Hendrickson, Hathaway. Back Row: Shipp, Fredel. Shelhart, Kline, Brink, Wilkin- son, Binder, Billman, Cahalan, Shilling. C. BAND - Front Row: Doty, Hoover, Vietti Whisler, j. Miller, F. Nichols. Second Row: Barber, N. Mullin, Emmons, Logan, Decker Fredel, Lehnus, Shanks, Tatman, A. Meyer Hipsher. Third Row: Bjick. Wharton Sutton Young, Deniston. Billman, Kite. G. Smith,,Bard, Brad Shilling, Pumel, Cahalan: Brown, 94 L- if r x v -1-v a 'o ' 1 N -f' T' ,J -5: -1+ - u 'M- i - sw' 0 ' ...lik Qti- ' --5..- M- -. I Q A 'P+ A -'-- -.. f cw -L..- Dix x'Il'IhJYI KIIYH' FIKIHII nl!! I-'HKU-I' III'-I"Y'I 4--1-IH N1-K Nfl F7001 nhl' Nhlpp HHIvIuns IFYIIIIYII IJ!-r Hrrar N,- framn Hmlnguc-I I' Valium'-u B44-I Run Nlr Iluifmu- Il:-lh-n Second Run XJHXIN-1 x5,,,,gl.', M.-H Lkrfe V,-Qu XII Hnlrx I Sly.-rx H--vkwhur Hn"-wx IM--uni--fm I.Il'v1II'u lu Ffluurlw I f-:Im-n Ihnp M-rr Nhwghfrv Ihnd Run mg 1.-nu II--uw HH U Nl-:Hun II Sus-Irv Nlemnrf Nluu' R-nrll Ilrml Nuwirr H LJ-x--n Ib-v.NI,.ll1r.,g I Nm 'I kri'r- Nnlslall lcrnriirs luhl-In ll-:dxf-1 Iumh... I ...5 ,--, sh..f' Nalin Dunn.-uh NIA--rr Nl-.mr II.--mn Nl.-,r-1. N5-HJ B-'Hrs I Nun-Irv Rspplr D HKND Bfvnrllrw I NP.ll.v.g Im Ilrvuilneha-n Bari Inn urn.. IIMIN-.n frm! KJ' Dunbar Hamm I Xhlhm-'41 I'--ul-'vw Nhl'-w Xiu!---. IL-N Kun Hum--n,Nlr N.-h.-I1 Nlr llrrmf The-spians present first rock musical, TO BE ir ,- To Be. tht- 1973 Thespian pro- duction. focused on tht- search of an inner-city teenage hoy for an ident- ity ol his own. A-X modern dramatic musical, To Be presented many prohlems and challenges. Cast members found that adapting the character of a tm-riager from a completely differ- ent hacltgrouncl was an exacting taslt. With only a ft-xx props, the stage crew transformed an empty stage into a city construction site. Student directors, along with Nlrs. Siclqcrt. spent hours solving techni- cal prolmlt-ms xxliile chore-ographers xxorlu-tl out the execution ot steps. lhespians oxercarnc stage fright. torgottcn lint-s. antl sour notes to procluct- a touching and realistic clrama of youth. A. Matt Muelhausen acceptsqMilce Dimick's challenge to play "The Came," B STUDENT ASSISTANTS: Rozzi and Purcell, choreographersg Rayl, co-directorg Harris, stage crew directorg Seeger, musical director. Missing: Sample, co-director. C. Tomboy Debi Kinder gives Fred Cain a push in the right direction. D. TO BE dancers - Hust, Alfrey, Short, McGrath, Studebaker, Bower. Vernon, Spangler, Sanders, Clendening, and Oliverio - take a break from strenuous routines. 96 ,qv s 'N A 1! 1 5 X Ms 1 Y A. lun Isl lhnhau Us lnllap toward mankind l. Tormcnuq glands urgr a be- Iund ln lo follow their advice C. Ou lan:-an lights lands dui path D. Sadness alllaqqannlleddbydns-cn Film comes to life at Logansport High School 1v""'-' ' --'1 1' -' 1 'X' -, uv. '-p " , . ,NICK ' .3 X . , "WP" ' 1, . R, ,I ' I" 9 'Kilim T Sf! .AW ff' ,f 'iv ' 1 :VN lah I,-vrbx. I -. X nrix' - ff- :QI -.11 , :vs A. Tullrl tffnrrnen Wlmlerb and Motel CHUM' Bower! are gained in marriage under the lrndlliorul uno py I. lnuh dancers Terry Daddy. Igor Harris, Karen Crnlello, Kr-nl Alla. lllclkle Sluarl. Terry Shade- llllrr. Cindy Bill. Bruce Williams. SIR Ill!! ll1ll'. ,ln Rabat, My layl C. ln a dream Crnnmn Tuicl advises Tcvyv lo permit Tur- lolmdhldcllomarn 1' l 1 H XRN M' A' :'f",- F 'Wifi' -Tv'11c1ftia'i ' W... A . ' f A. In the shaky as a Chaim." C gle, Mark Scherer and .y'f"',' J-iff' ' "' I Q is vs o ,- L .- . ..f-.,-,. "'-' I i un! V 'x 5 "x X. f t 5 P1 lraditicm is kvy word NIQINN .Hui N-'whllx Hf ml.lYlXf HVINXMI mm .llzw IIIN XX--ZkP'1',1.n1II1.n'.1Ytwvfffp Y A 7,11LHTY"'!l1.1Iwl1f.n"N Ng' I1 l.u?.4r1-il--In 1 4' Tin' IHIILY 14-N ax -'I ll1X.l?'Il 'f4,u'.4' ,wwf N,-A .,g,,f , IPA' V141 ..f" Wm .1- I1'XNNi!.H11NN.,aL!. i'l'-v l'- --r:.fx2' ::.'? - bill!! H. PHT' .1 gl!--xx fl-1lz.a71.j --'Nl flu-' lr,.vf1'1'-:. .- 'PJ K: w X-14'Y4i11.,Q 'N' ll -'-1 bv' 1, 111' 'r..-!1'.--:.k uw nv'-' n .,. 1- . .t ' , .,.n'r xk.u nu ' ' l'Xl'x'Pl"" ,- .MM I ffl., .a' n ax,- "! '-l,..1' l.N-- X IPA' HQ! ."P' - A .I A .,u,,r - v . rf-'TY"nI' "1 ' Alone I rose from the quiet underwater to face judges' decisions, sank a crucial putt, pinned another opponent, broke long established school track records, missed one more match point, knew the agony of that last grueling mile, dreamed of gaining teammates, recognition as MVP. Together We promoted community enthusiasm for sports through "people pressure," revived the Lonesome Polecat formation and penetrated powerful NCC lines, forced opponents to take outfield positions, joined past athletes and fans to bid the Berry Bowl farewell, boosted school spirit with red sweaters, jock hats, yells, and chants. A ' ' ,., ' A in 444 N-""5 1 'a- - wif", ' 'x- , 2. 4 S --ek: ,. . 1 M20 ff fff 4 K-If ' '- z,. -1' ffrawflwl' gdrlfy l 520 A ,pi . 1. , tif' . V - -7 J 5 AM' :Ld , ,ax V 'ffg' . fl x ' G 'K' L' ' 1 , ' H ,f3.?-'.f3t'hfip.5- . . Q' " , . -. ..f' ' I M . ' gy, rjfk, - . '- - l. -, . i, 4..' L., ',l- " 1 -f'. 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YARSIT1 flllifl- l.f.KDl'fRS - Top: Nlarh Nrhvfwfrr Drlvhlr junri Boilumn K an-lxn Han Irs Inu ful:-1, lunch krmhll If IYNIOH VARSITY fllEl':Rl.fKD- FIS: Sur N-'plum I snn Furnlrfnnl Fllrn Warne-r Tun Hugh:-s x'li!- ing: lsndr N rdrhml D. 1 he-rv Ne-1-K and I K lub umlr h- mpp-ur Ihr Bruin-s li, flll':l"Rll,lK I UFFIA fl'1RS: Tlruurrr l'l1gx Nun-n wr' rrlan Karrn Nrnnll pu-anlrnl Xqllu nlllff nu- prrudrnl Suur lam mv-nw onlrrrlul' vrpfrwrnhlnr l.urn luiuvn I". VMI: Nha-r and Inna Nhrrh nulr apnul lunnru G Yu--v In A lame- up-'vu--n Mus M-ummm Ill' Nlrx full! un! -nn! mullrna Berries place six gridders on All NCC squad I I ll ll ll X 'vw' -A T Lt A QL' -.- "fi 1- ' 175: ' 'FI' are '1","'f ,. ,ery A mwgams ,, .. A.-. -px ,px ,iq-4, S .L'!1i'.95... ,pit 93 my .. t ,- we rligxl, 'W 1 b..-xupgh D-' dpi gig? D sm -1 . V . ' T , N ,ab . X L? W -, '-T." 'gf I 'ff ,V A .593 ' I f X . . wg' W an A saw. a in .- X 'l .I f" Q Q . lr .1 l It 'MT , A Q - a-1-1- - - . ff f pq, ., ,R s' A , Q , K- ,. e 4. 5 - ge ' X t J . j rf, , y .5 an g' yr' 'lf' I ,L f-H 44 x Q l ' . ' A I 'Q YQ: - N - a S . 2,30 ai r. f X i. ' Q I ' ffx 5 , X is -.-P ' r ' 7' Y - 1 " I ,M I.-:A gf!! ,ks-X in tKH, ,,,sS H, tiyr hi, ' H- ,txt-V h AA 1 X f X 4 I " , ' f C. f' 5' Z: if ' la We ff: -.V .mn '55 git QE gel .ll Logansport gridders finished with the same record they had last year, 3-7. But new head coach Mark Surface brought with him something that had been missing for a long time - spirit. Coach Surface used three people at quarterback: Mike Dimmel, Mark Swisher, and freshman Mark Lozier. Dimmel topped all scorers with 60 points on nine touchdowns and six extra points. Close behind were Craig Shanteau with 24 and Steve Hughes with 20. Leading the defense was Mike Dimick with three interceptions for 69 yards. Three Berries received All-State honorable mention: Dimmel, Shan- teau, and Tom Stayer. The N.C.C. team had six Berries: Dimmel, Stayer, Shanteau, Ross, Siddall, and Simons. we 4 A. VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM - Front Row: Shafer, Maloy, Dimick, Vester, Hood, Sweet, Costello, Cra- ham, Swartzell. Second Row: Siddall, Swisher, Shanteau, Hughes, Ross, Stayer, Sabatini, Minnick, Zinsmas- ter. Third Row: Ripple, Dimmel, Michael, Tierney, Murphy, Creiner, Simons, K. Wolf, Little. Fourth Row: Kite, Lozier, Bell, Woodruff, Chell, Brown, Cook, Sterrett, Nickel. Fifth Row: C. Hughes, Camblin, Healey, M. Brown, M. Wolf, Schroder, Breach, Wells, Selvio. Back Row: Kitchel, Clearwater, Harger, Coach Bower, Coach Kelly, Coach Smith, Head Coach Surface, Loner, Durand, Malott. B. With help from Mark Loz- ier and Karl Wolf, Mike Dimmel scrambles through a group of Frank- fort defenders. C. On a key block by Rick Siddall, Craig Shanteau heads for the goal line. 102 T h rec gain All-StL1tCll0Il0I'S 5- xi , I I I h. il k, fi" Q 'gilt' :LJ Q A I 'i l , , Kg, . 4 4' 1 kY' , 'f x A x . 1 X . 'xr X it ,M ' ' W.'l.'f O Q M .K If vllulx fm:lluHRQU'd 17 l. II N ' ""' 2l Sf N'-' ' I nhyw' U lg X! vid! 'J 1- k - ar -5 Z.' I "itll" I9 .' 5 -' l'l ' 0 N' " ' M " I2 1' lx Mn ' 1 '3 .l X' HY- 5 A' X1 . 4:4 . N. hmm unc-J In ,ul-alan'-n Ihr 'iff urs arlrlurqlr A luuohul--un I. Rradx fm uh:-n Niall Slnhrf hrralw Ihr-'ugh Ihr npnral fx "'- p Cf IM-vu guddrn num up If-1 an nlhrr rev-ugh uvnlral D Ru-K sul-hll lc-.pang hugh, hula IH1 ahh 4 de-Hr-1 nf gun E, f',Illl'l'l'lJth Klart lm :rr rsrnng Uhr afrfrnsr I-.nh --uf Ihr ugnaln -J Ihr pln Marion becomes first N.C.C. victim since ,69 After losing a one-sided contest to Richmond, new head coach john Bennett quit asking and started demanding, he got results. A reju- venated team won three of their last four and scared the second- and third-ranked teams in the state, New Castle and Anderson. The last opponent in the Berry Bowl, North judson fell victim before a capacity crowd of more than 4000. The Ber- ries' final record was 9-12. Kent Long and Brad Cundrum shared the offensive load with 14.4 and 13.4 averages. Mark Lozier and Rick Ohman were close behind, hitting 10.3 and 9.6. joe Davis was the top rebounder with an average of 10.1. Long and Lozier became a feared twosome because of their ball-hawking defense and driving offense. Though picked as eco-favorites in the sectional, the Berries lost to their tough arch foe, the Peru Ti- gers, in semi-final action. N1 .1 4,-ff 'fff3ITf Lu ,U r Y X . if Y st ' v r 4 I' R A. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - Front Row: Fox, Graybeal, Horn, Lozier, Long, Dimmel, Durand. Back Row: Head Coach Bennett, Wells, Gundrum, Siddall, Davis, Shanteau, Ohman, Foster, Coach Williams, Coach Parmeter. B. Getting position, Brad Gundrum and joe Davis ready themselves for a rebound. C. All eyes are on Coach Bennett while he ex- plains the Berries' strategy. 104 LHS 54 54 49 54 79 67 74 82 54 54 69 56 49 48 52 84 92 81 69 82 68 Varsity Basketball Record 9-12 Lewis Cass Winamac Muncie South Bend LaSalle Frankfort Peru Terre Haute North Valparaiso Warsaw Kokomo Huntington Richmond New Castle M ishawaka Lafayette jeff Anderson Haworth Marion North judson Fort Wayne Snider Sectional Peru Berries win thrcv of lust four A. Oulnlrd by lun urlln l Bl , R K Ohmnn sun vulh lhrm I. Dnnng pu! hu drfrndrn Krnt I nng ua-rn lin mnrr pnmls C. Inf Dun ln nun In blnrk hu uppom-nl 1 shut D Fnlhlang lm Ihr vrhnund, kink Dlnm lgrh luulni hs an lndun 1 fri 1 ,fl ft I Heishman captures first N.C.C. swimming title 4 Berry tankers hroke nine school records while compiling an 8-6 sea- son. Richard Dexter set four new marks: 23.6 for the 50-yard free, 53.5 for the 100-yard free, 2:01 for the 200-yard free, and 4:28.55 for the 400-yard free. VVith the Consistency he showed last year, Chico Rodri- guez surpassed two school records, the 100-yard fly and the 200-yard IM at 1100.8 and 2:1T.5. Roger Crihhle and Steve Meyer also set individual marks. Cribble hroke the diving record by scoring a total of 185 points in one meet, and Meyer was timed at 1:02.72 in the hackstroke. Dexter, Rodriguez, Kampenga, and Eckert set a new record of 3:4415 in the 400 free re- lay. Kim Heishman became the first Berry N.C.CI. swim champ, Heishman and Dexter were also state finalists. A. Fred Rodriguez awaits the sound of the starting gun. B. VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM - Front Row: Beechler, Quillen, Cunningham, Vogel, Allard, Warner, Hudson, Cribble. Second Row: Marshall, Frohbieter, Kovacs, Bee-ler, Carney, Peters, Hardy, Vernon. Back Row: F. Rodriguez, Murray, Vore, Dague, Heishman, Minnick, Morris, C. Rod- riguez, Kampenga, Eckert, Dexter. C. Dave Morris comes up smiling after winning the 200-yard freestyle. D. Roger Cribble concentrates on a backward one and a half. 106 C Varsity Swimming Record L. H.S. 59 Harrison 63 Kokomo 54 Twin Lakes 45 Lewis Cass 55 Lew is Cass 43 Eastern 67 Carroll 67 Benton Central 26 .f Frankfort 78 Delphi 50 West Lafayette 27 Marion 45 Huntington 33 Haworth .mf.X .Ql- li'-Xm -- h? A .-:Af 0 4' Q llauodl 50 N Annu co 1 I. ncaa. as Clidie ll - Itololl 48 l7 em 0 Dolil 70 I Ylulnn 12 Q Tm! Lakes "- ' Z5 28 Kahne 31 Will ltlvlllfl-Sill! I0 LQ: Illlnllld -- 'hh ol I0 Till! Lila lmvillQlul -- lrd ol I0 C IC - Tum Chunpmm Tipton Invitational - Mb cl I0 N CC. -fbi! A' I 'P. gi. .J Freshman leads harricrs lla:-ull: XHIIIIQ .HilllIlt'XIN'!ll'!l11'1 llnvla' NJN Illll -'ln' NVHIIII ffl: lla. 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Tom Smalh, Hamm. Harmon. Tim Smith lad lov: Coach Kinder. Slaelhul. Dlnely. Mui Woolmgton. Allure. Hants. Fillmore, Summers. Milf Woollnglon. ll Klein I. Devon lhnh. lell Shellurl. and Mile Woolluglon gel A lui :url C. Sensing Q victory. Tim Smith pun on the spud D. Rn Dmrly ld ull. Woolilgtau Dill the ann- NIU' . Crapplers capture team championship in N.C.C l , +1 Ending one of their best seasons, Berry grapplers posted a perfect 10- 0 record, Coach joe Patacsils mat men brought the North Central Conference title back to Logan, Wilkinson, Graham, Schroder, Swartzell, and Steve Wooten were the champs. Logansport won its own sectional with five firsts and five seconds. Ed Wilkinson, Kim Craham, Bob Edg- erly, Chuck Ross, and Kevin Swar- tzell won individual titles, Bill Brugh, Nlike Schroder, Bill Woo- ten, Steve Wooten, and Dan Ripple all took home second-place medals. Falling just four points behind Haworth, the Berries captured sec- ond in the regional. Boss and Cra- ham finished first in their weight classes, assuring themselves of a berth in the state finals. Ross failed to defeat his opponent in the pre- liminary round and was eliminated, but Craham advanced to the finals, placing second to the champ, fo B C A. VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM - Front Row: Wilkinson, Graham, Hughes, Ross, Ripple, Stayer, S. Wooten, B. Wooten, Edgerly, Hipsh- er, Schroder, Brugh. Second Row: Penman, Doss, Franklin, How- ard, Brink, Kline, Crandstaff, Binder, Miller, Kumler, Weaver, Hipsher. Third Row: Slusser, Royal, Malott, Brown, Fisher, Cook, Bowman, Zins- master, D. Wooten, Baer, Conn, Biancardi, Musselman. Back Row: Head Coach Patacsil, Woodruff, l. Brown, Coach Shoemaker. B. Bill Brugh tries to get an advantage by flipping his opponent on his back. C. Steve Wooten uses a figure four to pin his man. I OB , H- i,v f.xw--4l'l9'l 'Qe Varsity Wrestling Record LHS 54 Kokomo 44 Lafayette jeff 39 Marion 60 Rochester 29 Haworth 1 38 West Lafayette 44 Anderson 40 Peru 61 Twin Lakes 58 Knox Logansport Invitational North Central Invitational N.C.C. Sectional Regional I0-1 6 17 I2 O 25 20 18 15 9 6 Ist 2nd lst lst 2nd ,- FY I1 .J I B N. lulrlhlll Record H-6 Leu In flu Wmmuc Nluncu-1 rntnl '-1-nth Brad Lahallr Funuod Pc-fu Teri" Haute- North llrlphl Plpmunllh Kolunm Hunhngt-an RH IIYTYUYI, New Lulla- Nlnhaugkg laf.na-Hr Irff hula-rwn llanudh Nunn Nndh lndwn Furl Wayne' Ymdrv A. Shading mn Ihr mlltlrdrhnl funds uf ln uppum-nl Bull Tulum Inn! 1 lu I I' nu Boi!!! lid Din Mullin Wirth dnpruirlw fu 1 IN' P .II K I S BASKFTIAII Tl NSI fled lol: Smith. Kmnaman funn Sh! s Tuma-1 Brll N3 Img! W1 ilu II Bu-I Ill! Culfh Plrmdrl. s.lN'lN'5 Hagrnf lrslu' Tulum Hsin-v Pa Kaul I rrmrv l In Boucher D. Tnln Ynchrd gnrt hugh lm Ihr up Berry clndermen claim second in N.C.C. - A . , .,. . ,ABM . - ,AU , , K . , . , ,, t- ,,..,- . 4--Q " , Q .M -. .. . - '. '-t-.r A --n..' , - '- -ef . H- k , . -,....... 'X"f'i"'j' . 'V' as 4- sw' 5 " ,. f -J Y 5"""' w A .Jf . 5 Q - mg 5 . ' PN if .-six L A' . Varsity Track Record - 7-3 L.H.S. 92 Peru 26 67 Northwestern 64 Frankfort 17 81 Oak Hill 50 Tipton 17 56 Huntington 77 Manchester 15 67 Lafayette jeff 68 Laf. Cent. Catholic 15 53 Marion 65 62 Haworth 56 83 Benton Central 35 67 Kokomo 51 Cass County Meet - lst of 4 N.C.C. - 2nd of 8 Delphi Relays - Class A Champions Sectional- lst of I5 110 . ' V 'C f ' W1 , , , , N.. .119 l Y V -5 . 4 I ll 1 I "' 's ' D" " """ 'mbsf' A. VARSITY TRACK TEAM - Front Row: Hollingsworth, Danely, T. Smith, Spradlin, Purdue, Vester, P. Smith, J. Coris, Adams, Mills, Hood, Morris, Mark Woolington, L. Smith, Brewer, Voorhees. Second Row: Lowry, Brown, Swisher, Carney, Dimick, D. Coris, Summers, Dague, jackson, Tharp, McGrath, Iames, Graham, Hipsher, Shilling, Bell, Long, Harger, Michael, Jones. Back Row: Head Coach Kinder, Coach Weaver, Conrad, Cutshaw, D. Har- ris, Kinnaman, Swartzell, Cahalan, Fromm, Moore, Ohman, Mike Wool- ington, Creiner, Altice, Graves, Mal- ott, C. Smith, Larry Smith, Wolf, Fill- more, Hiatt, Netser, Williams, R. Harris, Alder, Shanteau, Nickel, Coach Ridenour. B. Larry Spradlin prepares for a soft landing. C. Dis- gusted with the outcome, lack Coris eyes the opposition. D. Determined to win, Doug James leaps high. E. Allan Moore tries to'keep the pole vault record in the family. Hurdle and dash records full 'PEI' fa 4 . 'QKX .1-I2 ' xv' x ' ,in ,,,.. t rr' X Q avg? ,. , 1. "1 c - ,gill nlrvll' 1 S fg1.'u."' ' I ' .9 L ,X x EN 3' r ,-I-af fiirfa A. Fred Valet gains A alight ndunugr bs bnlmg lm nppnnrm nu! nf Ihr hlnrh I. "An you sure" questions Tum-le-Ile Barb Cnuldu as she rherls he-1 slnpuplrh C. Ltlvlq has Kellum opponent fu behind. Fred Ynlrr guhs Ihr lrnd an Ihr u-In D. Near nluuslloa. Tern Fillmore nmu-slhe ltrmh lane bo. 0. 0 1 Q llnlllfl ll 'll' II f V, II I I I j al! in I X rf' P I ' rm: f'f 1 ul 1 Tennis team has new coach Logansport netters endured many losses, defeating only three of twelve opponents. Inexperience being the major villain, Coach jan Blackburn adopted a technique to improve each players game. Error charts, kept for the varsity squad during home matches, enabled players to see where and how their mistakes occurred. Tim Myers, a promising sopho- more playing the number two var- sity position, was chosen by his teammates as most valuable player, Lance Binder, exhibiting consisten- cy and holding the team's best overall record, was voted a member of the All-Conference squad by NCC coaches. The junior varsity team defeated Lafayette jeff and Northwestern, but lost to Peru, VVest Lafayette, and Nlarion. B J ' 0 6 Muncie Central 1 0 'I An rson 7 3 X Ko o 4 5, 1 xun gton 6 Lafayette jeg D les - llth of 16 Sectional- 9'th ' 12 A. TENNIS TEAM - Front Row: Billman, Spradlin, Lewis, Binder, Hardy, D. Miller, Powell, V. Miller. Back Row: Brewer, D. Myers, King, Bowyer, T. Myers, Turner, Coach Blackburn. B. Lance executes a good half-volley. C. With a cross-court return, Fritz at- tempts to catch his opponent out of position. ill' .al-5 wa..-J Is 5 0' Z' Q5 1 IF"" LOGAN GOLF 50' LOGAN - GOLF 1 ' 1 t OCAN N COnf IK Q X Y 1 lulff-rs plum- Ynnily Coll Rc-cold - I0-9 mu . 0 Y Y X fm l,.l.m-u.- 1.-ff um t . I I C C UR Pg-nl HIS I a la I lhl I l'Ilulll0ll RT: lI'- kvklvfll-I lf: .1'. I .2 1-a1"4Il nh.-II H3 X--VVII l'nI1-nl III, ml 'Jul' ll- XXIII:--IIIX1-III r4'1 I4I1,'Ia"f fvl K--Lvllllu .IW Hl,lIl I 'Mu Il IH' I'lI l- 'II Iw III '31 Ihlph' 'I' fvIvl41I:I'I.a gwlr '4.nHl IMIIIIMI7 .QN I..I I I nIr.4Il l'IllIl .vul- l-- N. .I .rl ',.., HI I111. Rum: .41 NN .X vI.. 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I .K ru 1 fl Y 'V -i - 3 ' - " ' 'L M :' If h E ' 1 ' x ' e L , , 5, - N- , - . v y -- . 5 I 5 ' 'E Vin .. - . - it' , - N .J . Q t 0 5 . 4 f c If ' 3 xl QQ- 0 ' " w 5 t Y . 4 i N 1 r 3' s 1' 'lf' l ' 9' El? "1 io n 'iw 1 V in Ml ' I . il .iv 'T .Inf ii 7' IQ: ealtjli v ,ri iv' typh- Peru stops Berries again Coach jim Turner's baseball team faced tough competition throughout the season and ended the year at 10-10, including a 3-6 record in the N. C. C. Dave Snyder, who saw the most action on the mound, recorded an even 5-5 performance. Dennis Cowley and Ted Bishop were tied with 2-2 records. Bishop and Lester Adair teamed up for a no-hitter over Caston. jim Davis won his second batting title in three years of varsity action. He finished the year with a .339 average. Davis also won the Most Valuable Player award. Peru once again stopped the Ber- ries in their bid for a sectional crown. Berry bats were silent as the Tigers won,-1-1. Varsity Baseball Record - 10-10 L.H.S. 5 Elkhart 3 .2 Haworth 5 0 Kokomo QDHD 5 10 0 18 Laf. Central Catholic 0 8 Benton Central QDHD 5 9 7 2 ' Twin Lakes 1 1 South Bend Clay CDHD 2 0 1 0 Muncie 3 16 Caston 0 4 Lafayette jeff 10 2 Newcastle 1 0 Kokomo 3 l Anderson 3 1 Peru 0 T Marion 9 4 Richmond 2 Sectional 1 Peru 4 A. VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM - Front Rows Kalogeros, Woodruff, M. Ross, C. Ross, Craybeal, Crandstaff, Davis, Weitzel. Second Row: Baker, DuBois, Snyder, Steinman, Quillen, Dimmel, Stayer, Turner. Back Row: Assistant Coach jones, Cowley, Chell, Bishop, Timmons, Simons, Siddall, Short, Coach Turner. B. Second baseman jim Davis crouches in anticipation of a ground ball. C. Ted Bishop warms up in the bull pen prior to his no-hitter over Caston. 114 ', o' . !."jff ', TV? Ur" f 5 ' wif' iiw 1-' Q. " Q S 0' 1 5 4 , . O . g - .4 Z 1-+ -W -' --- - - sluggc-rs .' K' Sr ,E .1342 I ' Zu, " A JQQJ finish llIllJl'Lltl'll I F4 he -v4.'Yf a' 'S 44 i ,Ln lmirr fha' If .Ulf whip --T 1 -A.. 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Haul, Tuul.: II N' N- 'II I -Inn I ,Ink I llurlvl Run 'I lnlm Ir'l Conn, William , Conrad, Cindy . . 35. 46. 9-1 Conrad, Diana ...,, . ,... 20 Conrad. joe ................,. 27 Conrad, Katharine I.. . . . 35, 36. 70. 72 Conrad. Paul . . , .,..,.... 20. 92 Cook. Kathy ...,....,.....,.. 35 Cook, Terry . . 20. 93. 102, 106 Cooley. Randy .,,....,.. 94 Cornelius. Mr L'Dcan ........ 60 Corne ius, 1' ary ,.....,.... 27, 59 CORNER CUPBOARD ....... 148 Costello. Dave Costello, Karen ..,.. 35. 38, 82. 164 .....,..27,80,102 Cotner, Becky .... .......... 2 7 E Fox, Paul ...... Cotner, David ,... Cotner. Kevin .... Cowley, Dennis ..,... Cox. Tom ....... Craig, Carol .... Crane, Karla ,,. Cree. Larry ..,. Crispen. Steve ..., Crockett, Teresa . . Cross Country '.... Culp, Deb ...,..... Cunningham. Rick . . . CURB - BURGER . , . Current. Sheena . , Curtin. Mark ....,.,. Curtis, Theresa ...,.. Cutshaw, Dave .... 27 ....35,82 .35,85,114 ....35,88 .,...27 ...21 .,.36 .....21 ...,107 .,,.21 .,..21 ..,.120 2.21.93 ......27,93 ,92, 107, 110 Dague. Don . . Dalton, Linda . D' And rea. Ga ry Danely, Rex . . Dailey, Paula . Davidson, Gary Davis, Donna . Davis, Dorothy Davis, George . Davis, joe ,,,. Davis. Linda . Davis. Steve. , . ....27.106 27. 30, 37. 92, 107, 110 ......36 ...36,73 .....,27 ....27.56,93 35, 36, 84, 104 DECA ...,... Decker, Cathy , ., Dc-Ford, Chuck .,............. ....21.88,94 .. ,,,.,,..,... 21 27 Delnnocenles. Mary Ann 10, 27, 89 Dcitrich. Sandy '......... 10, 27, 91 Delp, Beth ....,,............. 36 Demerly. Deborah , . 36. 65, 82, 149 Dcniston, Dan . , . .......... 27 Dcniston. Tony . . ...,21,94 Dewitt, Charlotte . ...,,,.,.., 27 Dexter, Richard ..,... DiDomenico, john . . Dibble, Cindy . . . 27, 93. 106 ..,.36,155 Dimick. Michael .. . 5, 36, 70. 71. 73, 79, 83, 86, 96, 102. 110, 111, 150.185 Dimmel, jayne .... Dimmel. Mike 11, 13, 36, 102, R. j. DISCHER FURNITURE CO. Dixson, Terry .... . Doles, Bruce , . . . Donahue, Pauletta . Donato, john ,..,,. DONATO MOTORS 104,114,137 ...143 ...36,93 ....74 ...21,s7 .........161 Doty, james .,....... 11, 36, 93, 94 Douglass, Cindy ...... 9, 27, 91, 92 Douglass. Debbie . . Downs, jay ,...... Drake, james ..... Drummond, Kevin . Drummond, Mark . Duddy, Terrie . . . 36, .....,9,36,91 ...,....27 ....27 ........21,93 74, 79, 82, 87, 89,142 Dunbar, Rhonda .,.., 21, 23, 93, 95 Duncan, Miss Lillian Dunderman, Scott . Dunkin, Deb .,,... Dunkin, Lester . . Dunlap, Susan ..... Dunwoody, Gary . . .....26,27 ........36 ,,.,27,56,77 ..,.....27,95 Durand, Richard . . .27, 77, 102, 104 Eagan. Marcia .... , Easley, Cindy ... .. Eckert, Todd ....., Edgerly, Kathleen . , Edgerly, Robert .... Edwards, jim , . . Ege, Larry ....,. Eisentrout, Lynn . . . ELCO INDUSTRIES Elliott, Nancy .... 27 Ellis, Debbie ....... Ellis, Pam ..,... Elpers. Cindy . . . Elgers, David . . . z eck, Teresa .. Emmons. Shirley ... ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION Enyart, Becky ...... Erickson, Chuck .... Erny, Rod ,....,. Ervin, jae. . . Ervin. jean .. , Ervin, Rae .... ESB ....,... . , . 27,93. 126 .,.....36,72 10, 27, 60. 85, 95,106 . . , 32, 36. 122 . . 32, 37, 108. 122,144 ...,27,79,95 ...,27,56.93 27,72,83, 100,131 ...,....155 ,83,87, 89, 93 .....27 ...,.27 ..,.,,21 ,.,27,77 ...27,94 .....21 ...,124 .. ...,. 37 ,..27,85 ,.....27 ,...21,134 ,...,.37 ...37,70 ....l6l ESSEX INTERNATIONAL QRBMJ ........ Evans, Connie ..,. Ewing, Miss joan . F F 81 M BANK .... Farrer, Vicki . . . , . FASHION SHOP , ...........157 ,...21 ....58 ....l35 ,... 27.80 ....148 Galbreath, Doug ...., .... 2 1, 92 Gale, Rex ...,..... .... 2 1 Garner, Michelle .,., .,.. 2 7 Garrison, jack ..... .... 2 7 Gately, jane . . , . . . .80 Gee, julie ...... .... 2 1 Gee, Susan ........ Gellinger, Dick .... ....2l ....37 Gerlach, Matt ....,......,.... 21 Germaine. Debbie .......,. 37, 92 Gerni, james .... 37, 79, 92, 95, 154 FASNACHT'S .... .... 1 31 Fellers, Michael . . . ... .37 Feltis, Edward ... . . . . 21 Feltis, Kathy ,..., .... 2 7 Ferguson, Kim .... .... 2 1 Ferguson, Marcia ..,. .... 2 1 FERNBAUGH'S ..,. .... 1 22 Ferris. Rosemary , . ..... 27 Fettig, Mark ..... ....... 3 7 Fillmore, Terry .......,.,. 27, 107 Fink, jay .......,............ 27 FISHER FUNERAL HOME . . 122 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOANS .........,... 131 FLANEGIN ACE HARDWARE .... ........ 1 48 Flinn, Karen ...,...,... 37, 81, Flor Elizabeth ........,.. 21,93 Foltz, Mrs. Timothy ....,.,.... 64 Gibbs, David .,..,,........... 21 Gibson, Ann .....,....,...... 21 Gibson, Beth ..., ..,,.,.,. 2 1 Gibson, Brian . , . ..,.. 37, 82, 95 Gibson, Cheryl ,.,. .,..... 2 7 Gibson, jeff ...,... .... 2 1, 95 Gibson, Mr. jerry .......,..,.. 52 Gifford, Linda .....,.......... 27 Gill, Thomas . . . 37, 40, 60, 70, 84, 85 Gillum, Dana ..... . ...37, 113 Gillum, Steve ..... ...... 2 8 Gilsinger, Kristen ..., .... 2 1, 92 Gingrich, Dan . .. .... 21, 94 Ginn, Marsha .., .... . . 37 Gleitz, Gus ...... ........,,. 2 1 Gleitz, jane ........,......... 28 Glendening, Paul . . . 14, 38, 78, 94, 96 Gloser, Mike ........,. ...... 2 1 Football ...,..,......... 102-103 Ford, Sandy ,..........,...,.. 21 Foster, Terry .....,. 27, 83, 85, 104 Foster, Vicki . . . ....... 21,92 .....21,104 Fox, Veronica . . . . .,... . . 21 FOX'S ........ .... 1 24 Frank, Chuck ..,, . . . 37 Frank, Dave ... . . .21 Frank, jeff ..... . . .21 Franklin, Linda. , . ..,. se. . 2-1, Franklin, Sharon .... .,.. 3 7, 79 Franklin, Theresa .... ,...... 2 7 Fredel, Pam ......., .... 2 1, 94 French Club ..,.,,.... . . . 78 Frey, Donna .,........., . . . 27 FRITZ'S NORTHSIDE SERVICE ..,....,...,.... 134 Fromm, Mike ..........,.. 21, 93 Fry, jay .,..... ,... 2 1,92 Fultz, Sherry ,.... . . , 8, 37 Furman, Lorraine. . , . . , 21 F. T. A. ...... .,,. ,.., 5 3 G Gaby, Bridget , , , 11, 37, 53, 76, 79, 82. 92 Gaby, Christine . . .,.. 37, 82, 146 THE GOSSARD C0 ....... . . . 167 Gordon, Michael . . , Goris, Dirk ........ Goris, Nancy ....,.. Graham, Kim .,.... Grandstaff, Pam .... Grandstaff, Tom . . . Grant, Mrs. john .... Grantham, Roberta . Graves, David ...,, Graves, Donna . . . Gray, Lorajean . .. THE GRAY MILL . . 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