Milton Union High School - Echo Yearbook (West Milton, OH)

 - Class of 1968

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Cinde Geist Ann Williamson ACTIVITIES A 1 ,t his I ...c Mike Schaeffer Dan Truebenbach SPORTS Annual Sta-f aptures School Life Throughout the year, the annual staff works diligently to portray every aspect of high school life. The staff members work both during school hours and on their own time to gather material to compose the "ECHO" which covers school life, activities, and sports. The staff has a year-round job, for not only do they edit the yearbook, but they must find ways to finance the publication of the "ECHO". During the summer they sell ads and books to our area merchants. Their summer schedule also includes a trip to the Publication's Work- shop in Athens, Ohio. 5 -N TNR 15' W i 4 X Y We Enjo Bein gur victorious win over Eaton is represented by this happy Homecoming ourt. Everyone seems to be coming or going at Milton-no time to study! Our school dances are a place for the students to relax and enjoy themselves. 6 Meeting at the pep rallies on Thursday nights helped to boost the school spirit. With ur Friends Same seene, only this year-locks? ? ? "Hi there!" i1 ' v"1-saau.anil4ni1 -'uxnsuunnnnaini u l I-,J I ,, l - ' .-., I 7' ii' Which one has the Toni? oreword We . . . are the composition of Milton-Union, With higher aspirations in mind, we continuef to mold our characters and personalities by-vbllliisr association with our faculty, our administra-' tion, and each other. We . . . consider our twelve years at Milton- Union the happiest years of our lives. In no other place do we learn so much about life. Without reaching higher goals in our educa- tion, we wouldn't be able to compete with the demanding society of today. Milton-Uniontqfji fers us this chance to complete our first phase l of learning and growing. H We . . . hope that in our 1968 ECHO we have displayed the many aspects of our school year and that, as you turn each page, many bright memories will be yours. The 1968 Echo Staff would now like to display the many different phases of our schoolig life in the theme of . . . t 7 A X of ' - -ephfi' J , fp ' rr as ff sa X--:S 1 l Ifk Y ' ' ' w-. 1 N ,,'Z1q,fM swf., W M wiwgwrgwwwffwgjgges5"N:mW1,mw ,wa w, ., M342 Wt W QW W ' x 1 5 ' ul 'R mivx- 'nur 'fix ...'-1-114,41 ,V .N2'. ' ww- 'X 'f!'!f QE' mf- MmfwwwwiivpmfA U-4 .s A,-Jr, . 4 wfdq l 'pl . . 1 fn. f . -32957, -vu 1. ' p.A u. , H ' vv TMP!!! ' -I .5..1' 4- , M ,X Y ' 5 A X ,M X A ' N A Q if vi- 4. v I - QW! u 'fxxe J Stud' Halls aren't alwa s as loom as the a ear. Sometimes Y Y E Y Y PP we actually study. We Have Man "l,!' Did he make it! ' I lo Oops, late agam. Dad's night was created to show appreciation for the fathers whose help was i Moods at Milton X..L--, ,, i KJ, Robyn Bowman symbolizes the real reason why we go to school-to leam? the season Is school really that bad, Karen? Our friendly principal likes easy going re- lationships with the students. . Quran: 5 H -E.. ir'?'if .h ,If ' 'I an ' ,Q . ' gm "?'?!1?7f7 ig s,. bf'-2. arg,-, . I 1 5,1 a f .45 2 ' 1 E .4 .Q QQ? l Z 3 T.: -S 1 As 1 A P1 ' 3 N 'Q A M ,a F . .1 i Q l 9 5 D ADMINISTRA TIO wmv if 11' whims fl ,, . -fvi RICHARD SHAURER DAVID HUF FAKER MRS. PHYLLIS President Vice-President STONER Clerk-Treasurer ax'- Q? MR. DALE KISER Guidance Counselor MRS. PAT DeFRANCES MILES MOTE WILLIAM KARNS We . . . Rely on ur Seldom Seen Policy Makers X13 9 MR. NICK MR. CHARLES MR. WILLIAM DONALDSON TOMLIN GRAFFLIN Primary Principal Elementary Principal Junior High Principal MR. R. L. OSBORNE, Superintendent S.. if MRS. ESTHER LONGENECKER, Secretary MRS. ANITA MANNING, Clerical Aid MRS. THELMA HITTLE, Secretary ,4m. ,-, . MR. J. A. WILLIAMS, Principal 3 1 MR. J ACK ADAMS MR. JOHN ANDERSON MRS. SUE COATE MR. RAY DILEY History Vocal Music Chemistry Vocational Agriculture Miami University Wilmington College Practical Biology Ohio State, B.S., M.S. Univ. of Dayton, B.S. Ohio State University Miami University, B.S. Miami University, B.S. in Ed., M.E. We . . . Are hallenged b ur F acult MR. WATSON FARRAR Driver Education Indiana State Teachers, B.S. W N He's in the lineup? ! ,tif ,,,,f,.: MR. DAVID FOX MRS. MADGE FOX MRS. JOAN GIBSON MR. THOMAS GRANT Art English Intensive Business Mathematics Illinois State Normal Univ., Ripon College, A.B. Davis 81 Elkins College, B.S. Northwestem Univ., B.S. B,S. Purdue University West Virginia Univ. I6 3, ' MRS. RUTH HARTMAN Home Economics Ohio State, B.S. Mechanical Drawing Spanish Eastem Kentucky University, Ohio State, B.S. B.S. MRS. MAIUORIE JAY English Latin English Miami University, B.S. MRS.. LORENE KAUFF MAN MRS. ESTHER KNIFE Earlham, B.S. Ohio State, B.S. ,. 5 1 ,' We J 1 1 . r 'u:m .s'..tqi V ' J ' 1 if Jffsfi' at 2' .i -eg,-fg"..1 iv , WHOOP-EEEEee! ! Now Jimmy . . . MR. WILLIAM HEDGES MRS. NORMA HEETER MISS DIANNE HILL General Business Typing Eastern Kentucky, B.S. MR. GERALD KOVERMAN Algebra II Shop Math Physics University of Dayton, B.S. hh,,L?b-"',-,. Read! Read! Read! I 7 . 'K' 'L MRS. SHERRA LAYTON Speech-Hearing Therapist Ohio University, B.F.A. MR. ED LENDENSKI Physical Education Health Clarion State, B.S. Marshall University, M.A. ll 1, " Now who would want to break this!! fwg 5451'- MR. JOHN NEAL MRS. ROSEMARY NEAL MR. RICHARD OVERLA MR. ROBERT OVERLA General S0if2I1CG American History World History Distributive Education Physrcal Science Brigham Young Univ., BIA. Driver Education Univ. of Chattanooga, B.S' Brigham Young Univ., B.A. St. Mary's Univ., B.A. w O N C W' :lug - I ,,r'fj'1,Q7!,fn'Q -I 5 x.' I .,: .. D L ' MRS. LUCILE PHILLIPS MR- JAMES RENCH 'N . Eff,1l,.i:M D, Q- Intensive Business Mathemiftlcs "VSA 1'f'E.:- A 7-,':"!f"' 7 Ball State Teachers, B.A. Electronics 3, I8 Ummm Boy!!! Muskingum College, B.S , . , By using supplementary material, Mrs. Schul brings interest to her English class. MR. HUBER STALEY Industrial Arts Cumberland, B.S. Ui' :U D MR. KEITH WEIDNER Speech Joumalism English Bowling Green, B.S. . ,.,1, A Qt, Af-.,,,,. .., A MR. DEAN STITZ Instrumental Music Ohio State, B.S. I-' if ' 'Y My MRS. MARY ELLEN WEIDNER Home Economics Miami University, B.S. MR. KENNETH SCHAEFER Biology Phys. 8: Ment. Health Wilmington College, B.S. K MRS. MILDRED WARREN Librarian Asbury College, A.B. Western Reserve, M.S. Q MR. ROBERT 'WORRELL Social Studies Sociology Miami University, B.S. 'l 'W -E 4. MRS. KATHRYN SCHUL English Wittenberg, A.B. Miami University Univ. of Dayton MRS. N ELLIE WAYMIRE Physical Education Health Wittenberg, B.S. l 9 X fi? Chester Deaton and Boyd Baker bubble." 20 People Behind the Scenes FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Vinny Macy, Opal Heisey Treva Ehlers, Edna Rose, Al Miriam Harry, Dorothy Bru baugh, Esther Swisher, Iren Ohurn, Dorothy ,Stokenbur Florence Lees, Marsha Huff aker, Betty Whitacre. Our cooks are kept busy every school day preparing the food the students consume. They also help with the banquets. 7' FIRST ROW: Ken- ny Furlong, Ever- ett Null, Delmajean Oaks, Glenna Brid- enbaugh, Chester Deaton, Lester Hall, Evelyn Bowman, Lu- cille Kauffman, Kenneth Kauffman, Carris Fasick, Ber- . nadine Briden- baugh. S E C O N D ROW: Johanna B u n s v el d, Bob Smith, Judy Kin- dell. ., . 4, ,. aewm5f'f1-- Our bus drivers transport students to and from school, and they also take the athletic teams to their away wa.-A , ,X XX- V U +--.x:,,,,, Y CUSTODIANS "Double, double toil and troubleg Fire bum, and ma Netzley, Barbara Jay' QQ We . . . Work, Learn, and Pla Roman Students are inspired to new heights by class projects. Q'?bm-e.- f The skilled hands of this industrial arts student will provide him with a better future. Whew, another day finished! Stiff regulations in gym class help build self-clis- cipline. Now the way I see it . . . Would you believe this class had 6771 more A's? Freshmen English class presented Mrs. Schul with a birthday present. 2l r rf' ACTIVITIES 'J' ,. 'f ,Y ,, fy-5 A ,Irv " .df- N vi" OL The entire court and their escorts gather on the field to await the announcements of the 1967 Homecoming Queen. ,Io Minnich Reigns ver Homecoming ,,,v'XY5 "Congratulations, Joy ! " 24 QUEEN CANDIDATE Kris Shaurer QUEEN CANDIDATE Pa.m Elvey Excitement bubbled as the gala affairs of the 1967 Homecoming festivities commenced on Friday, October 20. Preceding the actual Homecoming ceremony, a glorious parade, entertaining throngs of people, advanced through town. Leading the parade was the colorful band followed by the spirited cheerleaders. Raising many oo's and ah's from the specta- tors was the beautiful float, decorated with red and white tilted champagne glasses made from paper flowers with multi-colored balloons foating above. On the side was our theme, "Cheers to M-U." Graciously waving and smil- ing to the crowd, the lovely queen candidates completed the decorations. Upon reaching the campus the tenseness and excitement reached a peak as the attractive attendants and candidates were escorted onto the memorial field by the football players. ,lust prior to the announcement of Homecoming Queen, the traditional hush fell over the crowd and then the proclamation was made, "The 1967 Homecoming Queen is JOY MIN- NICHV' As the tears flowed freely down ,loy's cheeks, Carolyn Morter, former queen, placed the daz- zling crown upon her head and presented her with a dozen long-stemmed roses. After Queen Joy was heartily congratulated by her family and friends, she and her court relaxed to watch the band perform a spectac- ular half-time show-"A Salute to Broadwayn' -and the Milton-Union Bulldogs defeat the Eaton Eagles 12 to 6. Following the game the alumni and students adjourned to the gymnasium, appropriately decorated with beautiful fall scenes, to enjoy the music of the Marauders. Attendants to the ueen SENIOR ATTENDANT Linda Lightner with escort Ron Hall. A beautiful fall scene was the background for a successful Homecoming dance. SENIOR ATTENDANT Eileen Harrison with escort Gene Magato. Riding the float in the Homecoming parade, Pam Elvey, .lay Minnich, Carolyn Morter, and Kris Shaurer flash smiles of expectation. FRESHMAN ATTENDANT SOPHOMORE ATTENDANT JUNIOR ATTENDANT 26 Melinda Coate Becky' Smith Tonya Sowry Student Council Serves Our School IRST VERTICAL ROW Jim Sarver, Vice-Presidentg Linda lghtner Becky Iddings Secretaryg Joan Lambert, Kris Shaurer, rxs KIIPSIIHB SECOND VERTICAL ROW: Mr. Keith Weidner, dvisor Ron Hall John Dickson, Treasurerg Rex Coate, Vlkl tockslager Lynn Dlllon Joy Minnich, President. THIRD VER- I CAL ROW Verlln Cross During the summer, Joy Minnich, Jim Sarver, and John ickson attended the Student Council Workshop at Ohio orthern Umversity 1n Ada, Ohio. They gained valuable nowledge concernlng the fundamentals of making our tudent Council a functioning and worthwhile organiza- 'CY '- ' ' 'K 0 .. i Who said champagne doesn't bubble? ., .---rf" J ,fs--.1-'jr X. . , - , t ' : , I ' ' 1 8 7 ion. A , W. at AY Ji- - 5' A. : :gat N . J .xx X. FIRST VERTICAL ROW: Carol Netzley, Becky Smith, Robin Devilbiss, Teresa Level, Melinda Coate, Doris Fine, Kenny Steiner. SECOND VERTICAL ROW: Cinde Geist, Bob Johnson, Vicky Mote, Dan Truebenbach, Mike Hoover, Reporter. Members of the Student Council contribute much time and effort towards their many varied duties, such as: fill- ing the supply machine, dusting the trophy cases, and pre- senting Homecoming. For the students' enjoyment, they provide three feature films each year, decorate the school for Christmas, and manage a paperback bookstore. The many hours of work that each member contributes is unnoticed by most students, however his reward is know- ing he represents the student body to the best of his ability. Student Council makes money by selling books to students at lunch time. 27 wr I Muslc, once admitted to the soul, be i FIRST ROW: Stockslager, Kathy Klabunde, Lynn Dillon, Bonnie Van Dyke, Sue Puterbaugh, Jenny Schuman, Lynn Miller, Kathy Rhoades, Becky Smith, Vicky Smith, Joyce Ward, Janie Truitt, Jerry Schleinetz, Dennis Mote, Donna Driver. SECOND ROW: Denise Baker, Jean Carveth, Debbie Hangan, Candy Werts, Karen Coppess, Cindy Fledderjohn, Nancy McDonald, Wanda V I , I 1' 5 Pep band adds sp1r1t to basketball games by playing fight songs. A , H1 1 .'-1,5,.'3h ,, f wx' f' F' k . nz ta... sz' . are 'X-' MCC-uire, Connie Bouck, Kristine Klipstine, Velva Hinkle, Karen Kessler, Pat Cassell, Pam Steiner, Ann Williamson, John Hoover, Amie Elson, Doris Fine, Jo Dell Strain, Carol Fourman, Beth Fisher, Roger Dehus, Roger Hurley, Marj Helstern, Sue Stickle. THIRD ROW: Karen Fine, Susan Tasker, Carla Obum, Marilyn Abaugh, Jean Rohrer, Junell Yoder, Cheryl Etter, Debbie Lane, John 015135. , ,U aa.. .V ,A ' 'E-'JMX we i . -,,--J., lf , luv' J if flfwwh ,asv an :Leif . .1 h . v I. . '1 'r i .' , . -.'., ..-,AI .. ' Kris Shaurer JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA AWARD The JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA BAND AWARD is presented to the most out- standing band member. This individual must be loyal, cooperative, and must con- tribute to the many phases of band life. Grant, Belinda Brame, Steve Jones, Tom Klep- mger, Marilyn Brewer, John Outland, Craig Helsinger, Scott Netzley, Bob Gross, Gregg Swabb, Leroy Applegate, Jim McCray, Don Hamann, Cary Glouser, Don Stickle, Phyllis Hoff, Brandt. nmes a sort of spirit and never dies., lvl 'gi' Dean Stitz's "Marching 79" was the highlight of many parades, starting with the Memorial Day Parade and go- ing straight through the Fireman's Convention and Fourth of July, ending with the Miami County Fair. Seeing the band practicing at Mi1ler's Grove is one of the first signs that school is near, for it is common knowl- edge that the annual band camp is held the last week in August. This band camp gives the students a chance to familiarize themselves with the new halftime shows for the oncoming year. Our colorful marching unit brightened every halftime with many outstanding shows. Two of the finest and most well-received shows that the band presented were, "Salute to Broadway," which included six all-time hit songs, and "A Day of School at Milton-Union," which was a satire on life at "Old M-U." Several innovations were installed in band this year, in- cluding the election of "squad leaders" and the charging of admission to band concerts. Milton-Union was represented at Solo and Ensemble Con- test by many fine musicians. The mixed clarinet quartet and the woodwind quintet rated high enough to bring home medals. The band's 67-68 season was a year of trying out new plans and new ideas, and all of them worked to better the band and make this season one of the most rewarding in years. Bulwer gi Judy Strawser, Scott Younce, Jim Williams, Jeff Fine, Gary Hart, David Antonides. FOURTH ROW: Kris Shaurer, John Dickson, John Roh- rer, Bill Humphrey, Randy Whitacre, Barb ' I Mr. Stitz directs the band at the American Heritage Day Assembly. 29 Ma'orettes Displa, Talent at Hal time 5 ,Xe W I1 " .4 ..-' L 'J u " ' l' ., ,, W . . A ."'x, '-fa' tab T MAJ ORETTES ELAINE ENGLE and KAREN REISERT HEAD MAJ ORETTE JOY MINNICH performance. Under the new leadership of Janie Gordon, Co- Ordinatorg Phyllis Honeyman and Valerie Smith, During our 67-68 season, the Maj orettes and Drill Team added much spirit, style, and color to many of our activities. Our Majorettes, though only numbering three this season, proudly represented our school at every Co-Captains, the Drill Team experienced a very successful season. ATTENTION l 30 The Drill Team Creates Enthusiasm . ,ly V v , , y V ii ,T : ,Mi-,:'g: fb 'V ,anvv ,,,g, Wg , , ,A , ,, -4 .., 1:-:4,...'a.:a --- --- Vigg., i f -ri If i is FRONT: Co-Captain, Valerie Smithg Co-Ordinator, Janie Cor- Kathy Hemmerich, Bev Kauffman, Betty Humphrey, Pricilla dong Co-Captain, Phyllis Honeyman. BACK: Connie Dillon, Kinnison, Kim Ream, Jan Bliss, Vicky Mote, Karen Arnett. F' QWH4? in there, in uniform or not, helping to raise the spirit. V 1 YY V V V A X ,Q -Q.. W 09 "' f - 1 A rose between two thorns. 3 I School Workers Increase fficiency Our office workers gain much exper- ience under the supervision of our sec- retaries, Mrs. Hittle and Mrs. Long- enecker. By performing such duties as mak- ing announcements, running errands, passing out bulletins, typing, and fil- ing, they help to run our offices ef- ficiently. '75 l' em,,,a,.,,,, FIRST ROW: Bobby Fellers. SECOND ROW: Diane Clinefelter, Crystal Farrar. THIRD ROW: Phyllis Honeyman, Candy Wertz. FOURTH ROW: Jill McNally, Susan Long. FIFTH ROW: Chris- tina Berry, Kris Shaurer. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Shank, Pam Elvey. SEVENTH ROW: Janet Wheelock, Joan Lambert. EIGHTH ROW: Judy Caddy, Kathy Rhoades. NINTH ROW: Linda Fields, Doug Shade. TENTH ROW: Becky Iddings, Joyce Mumma. Librarians Facilitate Learning The library workers are assigned a period each typing, dusting, and numerous other duties. Mrs. day in which they perform various tasks such as Warren agrees that the library workers are indis- checking out books, taking overdue fines, filing, pensable to our school library. 'sa and , , ----...... i '.... , ' s....--.,-..... 'leans--a11..a'ii1i-i'iw:.u'i'iTT FIRST ROW: Karen Baker, Virginia Subler, Susan Nill- Hale, Pam Wafford, Sandy Schaub, Eston Heckman, Larry ner, Linda Gilbert, Pam Tacket, Sandy Bowser, Lois Kiser, Hoisington, Rose Klepinger, Virginia Daum. 32 Sherri Bamhart, Ruth Sizemore. SECOND ROW: Emma M7 Y ,,Y, ,...Lri. .-, A FIRST ROW: Mr. Dick Overla, Advisory Karen Baker, Reporterg Rose Klepinger, Secretaryg Janet Wooddell, Treasurerg Jerry Schleinitz, Presidentg Harold Drees, Vice -Presiclentg Mr. Wat Farrar, Advisor. SECOND BOW: Marilyn Albaugh, Karla 'Oburn, Cynthia Fled- ,-Herjohann, Gary Miller, Patty Brame, Robyn Bowman, it 'Hi Ellen Amett, Bobbie Klepinger, Ellen Spitler, Frances Schocnburger, Sherri Barnhart, Belinda Brame, .Don Bailey, David Silknitter, Mark Acton. THIRD ROW: Jerry Baker, Sandy Bowser, Buddie Barnes, Don Young, Joe McGuire, David Warner, Bill Wolf, Jeff Tasker. Safety Club Paces Road to Better Driving The safety club not only performs an important ence in dealing with other people. service for the school by checking student cars, Behind this club Mr. Wat Farrar and Mr. Dick it also attends regional meetings in automobile Overla advise and help the members in their en- safety measures where they gain valuable experi- deavors. Science Club ntrigued b Discoveries A license was obtained through the Federal Com- munications Commissions which permitted the club to set up and operate in the frequencies allotted to amateur radio. Keeping the members posted on the up-to-date methods was their capable advisor, Mr. James Rench. FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: FIRST ROW: Steve Furlong, John Powell, Doug Martzell, Larry Hoisington, Mike Elson, Vice Presidentg Mr. James Rench, Advisor. SECOND ROW: John Grant, Mark Everhart, Herbert Petitjean, Bob Gordon, Dan Pierce, Secretary and Treasurerg Ron Heisey, Bill Carroll, President. 33 The establishment oi a Milton-Union Amateur Ra- dio Club was the main project of our science club. FHA Learns b Doing The objective of the Future Hornemakers of America is to provide opportunities for students to gain experience in planning and carrying out ac- tivities in relation to homemaking. The FHA has been involved in many social activ- ities this year. Arnong their accomplishments in this direction are a Spring Awards Banquet and a Fall Fair, with both FHA and FFA participating. In the spring a group of Milton-Union FHA girls attended the FHA state convention, where Linda Pritchard received her State Homemaker Degree. Freddie Fagg and Sandy Bowser reigned as King and Queen of the Fall Fair. l FIRST ROW: Linda Pritchard, Janet Wheelock, Melinda Deaton, Sandy Bowser, Ellen Arnett, Crystal Farrar, Betsy Simpson, Peggy Karns. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hartman, Advisory Vera Thompson, Debbie Gregg, Sally Stewart, Patty Hines, Christine Berry, Sharon Hahn, Sharon Rhoades, Mrs. Weidner, Advisor. THIRD 'ROW: Joyce Brumbaugh, Ann Dell Stoll, Donna Bowser, Joyce Rohr, Karen Davis, Debbie Williamson, Cora Kiefer. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Dorman, Mary Arnett, Colletta Shortridge, Edith Vires, Cindy is . i I Janet Wheelock was 'crowned Queen of the FFA banquet. Fledderjohn, Vicky Brown. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Hoff, Wanda McGuire, Kathy Puterbaugh, Marilyn Mansen, Linda Jones, Sheila Hicks. SIXTH ROW: Dewana Perciful, Wendy Engle, Marsha . . . . 1 Davis Patty Werts, Carolyn Silknitter, Ethyl Williams, Chery Oda ,Debbie Mullins. SEVENTH ROW: Linda Davis, Sharon Smiih, Janie Truit, Virginia Werts, Linda Phillips, Jane Honey man, and Brenda Miller. xt i F , V . J 3 , , 5 ' pil ilfur We'd rather talk than work . . . yak-yak-yak. si' ii FFA Participates in Areas 0 Vo-Ag fmx WM- L FIRST ROW: Mr. Diley, Advisor, Mr. Rod- ney Kissell, student teacherg Mr. Ray Noecker, student teacherg Bob Williams, Earl Smith, John Wheelock, Wilmer Paulus. SECOND ROW: Dennis Hogle, George Bowser, Rick Gary Frost, Kurt Snell, John Loper, Hall. THIRD ROW: Gary Overhay, Coltliar, Bruce Baker, Bill Morris, Scott 5 P It ha ' ' ' fri, Q Ray, Sentinel. The FFA is the leadership training, citizenship devel- and personality building organization of stu- Vocational Agriculture. Here at Milton-Union have one of the outstandin Cha ters of FFA in s received local, district, state, and national Hornich, Darrel Furlong, Jim Wheelock. ' FOURTH ROW: Elmer Swank, Cary Swigart Keith Kauffman, Steven ,Webb, Robert Ray Paul Heisey, Lee Smith, Charles Allison FIFTH ROW: Danny Fisher, .lim Dietrich Harold West, John Herman, Mike Phillips and Ronnie Trusty. E' ROW: Dennis Hogle, Cllaplaing Mike Horner, Secretaryg Darrel Furlong, Treasureri Heisey, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Elmer Swank, Vice Presidentg Earl Smith, Presidentg -tx NIO-IXCV A W Us A ff git .aa l Q 'fi s -ff 1' 'iii ' if " ina, ' '.. , .I ' N , .,-..LH'gcn: 'V I 's I--5 wif" gt? 1,-F , , ff ' ev' 1"iffl JOHN WHEELOCK Star Chapter Farmer Agriculture is the strength of America. We are priv- ileged to live in the mightiest nation in the world. In a large measure agriculture has contributed to this strength. In FFA we hold that agriculture is the basic industry of the nation, it is the most important occupa- tion of organized civilized man. l' ,L Y Darrel Furlong, Star Greenhand, with Our Vo-Ag boys learn to overhaul machines. part of his swine project. 35 The Junior Council on World Affairs covers an important and ever growing as- pect of teen-agers in America. Teen-agers today are interested in world affairs and have a desire to find solutions to the proh- lems of today's world. On our local school level JCOWA holds meetings during activity period where the members discuss international affairs and problems within our own country. Representatives look forward to attend- ing the Model General Assembly where an actual U.N. representative presides. ln the Model General Assembly, the representa- tives debate the current internationol dis- putes and carry on their other functions exactly as the real United Nations. This year JCOWA was very proud to have the former Governor O'Neill and now Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court as guest speaker for the American Heritage Day Program. One of the many projects of TACA during the year was that of making name tags for Youth Day. NW Xi ormer Governor ,Neill FIRST ROW: Mr. Jack Adams, Ad- visorg Kirk Blackmore, Presidentg Janie Gordon, Vice-Presidentg Elly Van- dertouwg Secretary: Karen Kessler, Treasurerg Ann Williamson, Attend- anceg Susan Long, Program Chairman: Joe Phillips, Reporterg Mike Scheaffer, David Breidenhach, Nancy O'Conner, Karen Coppess. SECOND ROW: Rick Boose, Karen Fine, Carol Forman, Karen Iddings, Kathy Klabunde, Joan Pat Cassell, Marge Helstern, Steiner, Carol Netley, THIRD ROW: Morna Fine, Del DeMint, Steve Mike Hoover, Nancy Haugen, Dottie Hansen, Sharon Harley. FOURTH Jo Perry, Kris .-Hufford, merich, Melanie Coate, Jean Cinde New and different describes TACA's Thanksgiving Day Program. TA CA A Nancy Kinsey Elaine Engle FIRST ROW: Scott Mote, l Ka R Karen Coppess, Vice-President ren nett, Treasurerg Kathy Klabunde, epc Julie Be Secreta ' Linda Li l nys TY: E President. SECOND ROW: Karen isits M-U Elson, Tanna Schwartz, Pam El- L . l fl. 4 1 . X-, .f Seated in the center of ,ICOWA members, Ingred Nagel discusses life in her native Germany. Mike McCarroll. Bill Wager, Barry 'oate. FIFTH ROW: Scott Mote, Bill lvey, Fred Strohm, Dave Cripe, Jenny ickmeyer, Beth Fisher, Pricella Kinn- on, Nancy Shank, Becky Smith, Sue tickel, Doug Shade, Sharon Webb, elva Hinkle, Marilyn Slagenweit, Terry ierce. ppalachian, hildren athy Hemmerich, Karen Iddings, John 'ckson, Nancy Shank, Marge Helstern, an O'Dell, ,lan Bliss, Sandy Lorton. THIRD W: Bruce Minkner, Verlin Cross, Sharon rley, Kathy Rhoades, Dottie Hansen, Kris fford, Vickie Stockslager, Mary Amold. THE HONORABLE ROBERT O'NEILL Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio Through the Teen-Age Christian Association's many activities, the members perform a service to the com- munity While they mold and build their own characters by helping others. Some of the many projects under- taken this year by TACA were donations to Shawen Acres for Christmas gifts and the Appalachian clothing drive. TACA is responsible for many activities in connec- tion with our school such as the morning devotions, the pledge, and also presenting all holiday assemblies. Under the excellent guidance of Mrs. Sherri Layton, TACA had a very rewarding year. 37 MU Choir Presents "Swinging Highi' FIRST ROW: Arleen Paulus, Vera Thompson, Vicki Neff, Yvonne Welt. Mary Arnold, Sharon Harley, Sharon Webb, Becky Brill, Malinda Shockey, Linda Hurley, Rhonda Beseclcer, Georgia Dix, Norma Thomp- Dealnn, Barb Brandt, Sheryl Paulus, Jean Carveth, Joy Mumma, Pa! son, Julie Berry, Karen Iddings, Mary Brown, Jennie Schumann, Pris- McKee. FOURTH ROW: Rick Boos, Bob Baker, Harold Drees, Bob cilla Kinnison, Linda Pritchard, Eileen Paulus, Nancy 0'Conner. SEC- Darst, Kenny Webb, Kenny Steiner, Mark Everhart, Wayne Driver, OND ROW: Brenda Hurley, Jo Ellen Huber, Carol Dolby, Roy Hawse, George Bowser, Bruce Baker, Steve Whitaker, Dave McCray, Mr. John Mark Acton, Bob Ward, Jim Niles, Bob Gordon, Wesley Werts, Ruth McDonald, Sandra Loving, Judy Caddy. THIRD.ROW: Marilyn Slagen- Eager students look on as Mr. McDuff CGeorge Bowserl and Connie CBarb Brandtl work in the chemistry room. Anderson, Director. The 1967-68 Milton-Union Choir was a performance group of fifty persons, rep- resenting all four grades of the High School. The Choir entertained at various pro- grams during the school year, singing for two High School assemblies, a Primary School and Elementary School program, a community church meeting, and three pub- lic concerts. The literature used ranged from Bach to Broadway. Several members of the Choir studied music privately and participated in other musical activities in the community. Fif- teen members participated in the state of Ohio Solo and Ensemble Auditions in March. One of the high points of the year was the Choir's stage production of "Swinging High" in' April, which was cast entirely from members of the High School Choir. They also put on a formal concert at the Spring Arts Festival in May. There are sad good-byes when Mr. Carlyle fBob Darstj The teachers of Cooper High all head for Baker Lane. leaves his teachers at Cooper High. FBLA Competes in Contests Y-L: .-.-1' T Pffllg. .IM ' . , .Il-1 V . Q , p .. 4 -,ME l f 1 1 ' l W 1 1 , 'AIU F I, -. X N.: '- 1 H 1. 3' 1 E-uk g:.- . - V P Wwe gl' m . , y a V I-X22 "'n E 1 ki .pw gun 5? I I rj A ::: W: , t l I-1 I Q I X N X I K " f ..f:1 X N I, il 1, fl ' of 'H ' xi . . 1. 1 ---EEEEEM Cf R, If ' I ' in as 2 "2--"2 " 1 um f 3.7 f T' 'qi ii. v I Y Y I J oy Minnich installs the new FBLA officers. 4 'WK T5 5 5 ., N , an g A .' ' , we - iii'-P,- iff ? 2 , 5 A :pb 1 V L..-5 1 Shirley Wright, who won the most outstanding FBLA member award, practices on the dicta- phone machine. .., Ililractice makes perfect for Candy Mishler and Jill Mc- elly. The Future Business Leaders of America is an organization con- stituted of students with some interest in the field of business. Several girls and their advisor, Mrs. Phillips, journeyed to Worthington, Ohio in October to compete in the skills contest at the Central District Conference. At this contest Tanna Swartz placed third in Bookkeeping I and Shirley Wright placed third in Short- hand ll. This gave these girls an opportunity to compete in the state contest held in Akron, Ohio in February. Tanna Swartz re- ceived a beautiful trophy for First in Bookkeeping I and thus brought home honor and prestige to her local chapter. Candy, stationery, and cupcake sales were only a few money making projects in which the club indulged this year. A potluck supper was held in January and a speaker from Miami Jacobs presented information about business careers. To conclude their busy year the club held its annual Banquet and Awards Program at the West Milton Inn. FIRST ROW: Pam Elvey, Candy Mishler, Tonya Karen Arnett, Diane Clinefelter, ,Ian Bliss, Connie Vicky Smith. SECOND ROW: Sandy Lorton, Judy Sue Williams, Bonnie Van Dyke, Shirley Russell, Humphrey, ,Iunell Yoder, Candy Werts. THIRD Sowry, Wanda McGuire, Betty Jo Perry, Shirley Wright, Valerie Dillon, Smith, Tanna Swartz, Sharon Chaffin, Peggy Frantz, Joy Diley, Minnich, Jill McNelly, Yvonne Vandertouw, Mrs. Phillips, Betty Advisor. ROW: GAA Track Team W ,KJ l - - i QL- - W - ..Y,w,.,.,..,. ,, - -, FIRST ROW: Mrs. Waymire, advisorg Melanie Coate, presi- dentg Kris Shaurer, points secretary, Jill McNellyg vice- president, Linda Lightner, secretaryg Carol Netzley, trea- surer, SECOND ROW: Betty Jo Perry, Valerie Smith, Joy Minnich, Pam Elvey, Susan Longg Joan Lambert, Eileen Harrison, Becky Iddings, Elaine Engel, Becky Brill, Nancy Kinsey, Karen Coppess, Nancy Shanks. THIRD ROW: .loan O'Dell, Margie Helstern, Kathy Rhoades, Dottie Hansen, Betty Humphrey, Elly Vandertouw, Tonya Sowry, Amie Elson, Diane Clinefelter, Lynn Dillon, Kris Klipstine, Mary Ann Bohse, Sharon Webb, Priscilla Kinnison, Nancy Mc- Donald. FOURTH ROW: Ann Williamson, Becky Lea Smith, Karen Kessler, Paula Hemmerich, Pam Steiner, Jean Carveth, Joyce Mumma, Norma Thompson, Candy Mishler, J an McCoy, Candy Werts, Nancy O'Conner, Kris Hufford, Vicki Stocks- lager. I fi 4 fi pill. J I 45 Tro h in Tie or First Place P Hip- N. ROW: Deana Hoover, Marlecia Spitler, Debbie Hum- Denise Baker, Yvonne Vandertouw. SECOND ROW: Sue Pam Green, Cheryl Longenecker, Viola Mathis, THIRD ROW: Joyce Dowler, Lynn Miller, Ma- Coate, Wanda Goudy, Kim Ream. FOURTH ROW: Joy Connie Weidel, Kathy Pequignot, Vicki Mote, Cindy FIFTH ROW: Mary Arnold, Karen Fortener, Teresa Karen Davis, Jo Ellen Huber. SIXTH ROW: Jenny Eick- Develbiss, Vicki Smith, Doris Fine, Beckie Smith. ROW: Karen Iddings, Kathy Thompson, Bobbie Denise Reck, Debbie Libengood. EIGHTH ROW: Reisert, Debbie Lane, Kathy Smith, Marilyn Albaugh, Strain. NINTH ROW: Jean Hughes, Sharon Hahn, Ellen Junell Yoder, Joy Sterling, Vivan Layer. TENTH ROW: Gilbert, Kathy Hemmerich, Bonnie Van Dyke, Karen Fine, Williams, Bev Kauffman. ELEVENTH ROW: Donova Stick- Rhonda Besecker, Lois Kiser, Debbie Woods, Julie Berry, Geist. TWELFTH ROW: Barb Brandt, Linda Phillips, Paulus, Linda Hurley, Brenda Hurley, Connie Bouck. The Girls' Athletic Association offers Milton-Union high school girls the opportunity to enjoy the feeling of satisfac- tion and achievement that comes from participation in group sports. Though less publicized than the boys' physical en- deavors, G.A.A. girls compete each year in track meets, basketball games, volleyball and the annual Powder Puff Football game. Less strenuous activities included in the G.A.A. program are bowling and gymnastics. Intramural competition among the Flower Children, Dia- per Squad, and Milton-Union faculty provided an exciting Basketball Playnite. This yearsthe G.A.A. track team tied for first place in.the Milton Invitational. This was the first time Milton has won for many years. Records were broken by the 440 relay team consisting of Linda Lightner, Carol Hart, Marilyn Albaugh, and Elly Vandertouw and also places were won by Carol Hart, Linda Lightner, Elly and Yvonne Vandertouw, Mari- lyn Albaugh and Mary Arnold. --gk' FTA Serves Communit Under the leadership of Mrs. Heeter, advisor, and Becky Biggs, president, the FTA has been very active this year. , The members held a spaghetti supper in November and various bake sales throughout the year to make money for their club. Other projects which FTA undertook this year were preparing Christmas baskets for needy families, an Easter egg hunt for Shawen Acres, and a tea in honor of the club members and their res ec- P tive teachers. The club held a banquet in May at which time Wilma Shockey, the most deserving sen- ior, received a 3575 scholarship. FTA is a valuable experience for any stu- dent who loves children and likes to work with them. In addition to helping the teachers each member learns something they can use to better understand the world and itsproblems. FIRST ROW' Debbie Sta er Sec ' g 1 ' retary and Treasurer, Connie Spit- ler. SECOND ROW: Anna Snell Peggy Jordon. THIRD ROW: Rod: ney Underwood, David Plantz, Mike Bryson. FOURTH ROW: FIRST ROW: Mrs. Norma Heeter, Advisor, Becky Biggs, Presidentg Wima Shockey, Vice-Presidentg Trudy Hainline, Secretary, Judy Caddy, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: l Sharon Harley, Reporter, Pat Mc- I Kee, Program Chairrnang Karen Reisert, Historiang Lois Kiser, Yvonne Shockey, Chaplaing Sandra Castle, Bob Darst, Librarian. THIRD ROW: Linda Schutz, Debbie Peed, k i, .la 4- ' .5 . ' ,,-1 baugh. Karen Reisert gives the "ol heaye ho" at the FTA spa- ghetti supper. , Tim Bryson practices his selling techniques on Scott DE CA Gives pportunit Ellen Arnett, Denise Schumann. FOURTH ROW: Dix, Mary Slagenweit, Nellie Malinda Coate, Vicki Mote ROW: Jon Pool, Belinda Brane, Ruth McDonald, Cheryl Etter, Deb- bie Mullins. SIXTH ROW: Joe Phil- lips, Mary Arnold, Vicki lager, Lynette McCowen, Roy Bill Elvey, Bob Gross. .lim Thomas, Fred Fagg, Vice- Presidentg Richard Davis, Presi- dent. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Bob Overla, Advisory Bruce Loper, Re- porter, Monte Sanders, Gene Brum- baugh. When you enter the Distributive Education pro- gram in your junior year, you become a member of the Distributive Education Club of America which is local, state, and national in scope. A highlight of the club activities is a trip to Ohio State University in Columbus in the fall. In the spring many club members attend the state con- vention and enter contests for awards in selling, display, and advertising. DECA provides an excellent opportunity for these students to have on the job training in the field in which they are interested. Honor Students "Tapped,' To be chosen for the Honor So- ciety a student must have exhibited his abilities in scholarship, leader- ship, and have an enviable service record as well. To qualify, a sopho- more must have a 3.5 average or aboveg a junior or a senior must have a 3.2 average or above. Each year early in the spring a selected few are chosen to be in- ducted into Honor Society. During the dramatic- tapping cer- emony, the darkened gym fills with anticipation as the present members file into the audience with lighted tapers to escort the newly chosen members to the honored seats on the stage. Many are surprised and a few are disappointed at the end of the tapping ceremonies. FIRST ROW: David Breidenbach, Trea- surerg Sharon Harley, Reporterg John Dick- son, Vice-President, Tanna Swartz, Secre- taryg Sue Stickle, President. SECOND ROW: Becky Biggs, Carol Netzley, Candy Werts, Karen Coppess. THIRD ROW: Shirley Wright, Judy Caddy, Janie Gordon, Nancy gh Shank, Susan Long, Donna Driver, Debbie Hangan, Mike Scheaffer, Karen Iddings, Karen Kessler, Pam Steiner, Debbie Peed. FOURTH ROW: Melanie Coate, Steve Coate, Jenny Eickmeyer, Carol Fourman, Rick De- Frances, Bruce Gantner, Eugene Hart, Bob Gordon, Scott Vagedes. Tests Reveal Top Students YK 15514 ROW: Susan Long, Carol Netzley, Jenny Tana Swartz, Donna Driver, Sue Geist, Kathy Hemmerich. SEC- Jim Gordon, Wesley Werts, Deb- Peed, Mary Alice Slagenweit, Nancy Shank, Kessler, Wilma Shockey, Melinda Coate. ROW: Iden Smith, Bob Johnston, Ruth Carol Fourman, Shirley Wright, Lynn Miller. FOURTH ROW: lj H4 The students that partici- pate on the Miami Scholar- ship team received the high- est test scores within our school and are destined for much stiffer ' competition when they reach the district level. To rank in the district these students must devote a large amount of time and ef- fort tests. The ranking scholarship in preparing for the .asf Herby Pettijean, Mary Arnold, Vicky Stocks- Iager, Janie Gordon, Kathy Thompson, FIFTH ROW: Bill Carrol, Bob Bernheisel, David Breid- enbach, Mike Scheaffer, Dan Trucbenhach, Bill Wagar, Gary Hart. SIXTH ROW: Verlin Cross, John Grant, Bob Gordon, Bill Humphrey, Steve Conte, Bruce Gantner, John Daurn, Rick De- Frances, Mike Hoover, Brad Bowman. ' team members are honored each year at a recognition assembly where they are pre- sented with award certifi- cates. They are further re- warded by being exempted from taking the final exam in the subject in which they ranked. 43 Harvey Invades Milton- nion 1 fi, ,Q wwf it if FIRST ROW: Miss Dianne Hill, Directorg Rob Ray, Mrs. Norma Heeter, Director, Becky Brill, Nancy Kinsey, Kathy Rhoades, Nancy McDonald, .lan McCoy, Kathy Klabunde, Vickie Stockslager. SECOND ROW: .lim Jay, On March 22, 1968, 'nHarvey" came to Milton- Union. Harvey, a six-foot white rabbit, was invisi- ble to everyone except Elwood P. Doud, played by Curt Kerschner. Elwood's sister, Veta Simmons, played by Amie Elson, tried to get Elwood com- mitted to Chumley's Rest, a mental institution. Dr. .9 .Ja If-if V ' 1- -- 't ' .. f - 7 4 k y ll , -.l A, , Some habits of Harvey CBecky Brllll aren't always desirable. .Y :A -A Dave Chappie, Amy Elson, Rex Coate, Beth Fisher, Verlin Cross, Ann Williamson, Rick Boos, Pam Steiner, Kirt Kerschner, Roger Hurley, Karen Arnett, Elly Vandentouw, Doug Shade. I Ganderson, thinking Veta was crazy, had her com- mitted instead of Elwood. The hilarious incidents and mix-ups that followed made 'for much excite- ment and finally led to Elwood,s family accepting Harvey. Now I told you this would happen! Ease 5 wk 1' IQ Q . Look lady I need my 82.75 right now! U I - . I Mrs. Chumley fBeth Fisherl seems quite disturbed as Nurse Kelly CAnn Williamsonl gives Elwood fCurt Kersh- I nerj a kiss. If-H . Haughty Myrtle Mae fPam Steiner! turns up her nose at Dr. Cl1umley's fRex Coatel suggestxon Y 'S X Couples enjoy the artistic talent of the junior class.. Saturday evening, May 4, 1968, at 6:30 p.m. the high school gym was magically transformed into an "Enchanted Garden." Gardens with trees, flowers, pools, and a Water- falll appeared whire bleachers, basketball hoops, and a barn- li e atmosphere ad once prevailed. As one viewed the various decorations-such as multi- colored cellophane butterflies and colorful flowers made from crepe paper and cellophane, white-stemmed trees loaded with the huge butterflies, giant flowers, and tiny white lights-one realized the time and labor the junior class gave to this prom to make it a very memorable occasion for the seniors. Sophomores, boys clothed in waiter's attire and girls dressed in feminine pastel dresses formed a nightclub at- mosphere as they served the buffet dinner. Soft tunes played by the orchestra formed a romantic background as the couples swayed to the music. The 1968 prom will always be remembered by those who attendedg the juniors wl1o built it from scratch, the seniors for whom it was the last prom, and by the faculty and friends who feel a little younger from attending the most An Enchanted Evening Breaktime at Pro m! magmal dance of an the Junior Senior Prom' Bobbi Fellers and Mike Younce were proclaimed Klngrand Queen the prom. .Q If -r l 'P . J vi Many couples enjoyed the smooth music and romantic setting. K Lu Pep band lends a lively air to pep assembly. ' 2' - ' . '7?'f nfl! if S ,ga ff- W 'Mifgixlpl f , -, it i. '13, , we .1 "Now, don't you think we're cute?" "But I'm not the only one Mr. Wil- liams!" explains MT f Bruce. , A : -Vi, Getting home sometimes proves to be a problem. I ulldog Bark The Bulldog Bark Staff consisting of ight girls managed to produce seven copies f the Bulldog Bark this year. The girls overecl all the areas of news, sports, pho- graphy, 'and features. FIRST ROW: Morna Wagner, Mel- ner, Advisorg Debbie Manning, Susan anie Coate, Janie Gordon, Hope Long, Kris Sliaurer, Cindy Friedrich. Elicker. SECOND ROW: Mr. Weid- 47 X SPORT ..l.I 1 X, W -.L.,, """-+-.Q X u g .f .X - Q A . 1 I i F ii-:L-5:6543 .,- x -0- S in S. x4 S . A ' V . sl 9 ' ' "lr ' x- ' . -A --w 4, , K I - . Q ' - , 1' " ifF9FVf"'fiw J . xx '. Q', I ,.-v -, 1.-1 "l. , -rr .A . .. -- I Q , . x I ' .', 3 " 5 .1 , , 1 o I 11-.51-..:. nf., ",... '. -, ,u4.1fA - xi FTA, Y' ...,-, . . I , - - - . ' ' ' - ' '. A .,..,... ' - - -' Q '11, , . . lr- . ,...' I- r.. -. . 5 -,, M. A-:-nrt.. . ' . h ' -' V - 'Q v'4f .,.','f,y.,?-'I ,',,s' , 41...-gi.W,i-. :'14.,,. 4 . .- . .' U . ---L... 5...-""". li r -'Pl ' -" , .... "' . '-em..-,,3'-"7fC'.i2"' ,- 4--W.. . . . .. Q '?+'f1-f-Q.-MJ .- . .... ,. . .A A. b . - 4-.-4 mefagffg -'tai-zrff. 'n .,,':,:.r'.- A f.:-111.-NN 1 - i:w.+f'2:'f"--:r---,, 5 -- ' :'.--.,.-- l gf' fffrn- . . -1 ' ' '- :' . I ' Q ' 4"',ilf'."""'xw,C' i""'7'4':!f'5- '+'57'lm".fi'F""' ----,"'r-L ""'. ' 'H -- MQ-.. - ' 0 .1 ' 'iff 4- '.'sm:"1:--1---Q.. "'-- 4 4 , . 4.5--' fe '- '."' . -'whfw-A+' 2.5,,1'g!'.' 'v H-3545:-H wi . , 4. - -,.n..- ' X .,x' .9 . ' fw fr' - , 1 'V' "" 'I ... 7 " "" -37' A ' , . -I v, 1 gfp , "1 f I L. 'A .law H ' . . 5 . . , , .. . I L, . U . .4 . ,, . , . - I . , . E. . 4 , -- gf pa u Q. 5.1 -4 f Cheerleaders and Student: 1 I Q 'I-ADL. , . . ffm JL' ..,,,.z .lohn Dickson and Melanie Coate found that cheering in the rain can be lots of fun. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: Candy Mishler, Pam Elvey, Co-Captain, Linda Lightner, Co-Captaing Kris Klipstine, Susan Long, Melanie Coate. During the summer the varsity'and reserve cheerleaders attended Camp Valley Vista, at Bainbridge, Ohio, which was sponsored by the National Cheerleading Association. Courses on crowd psychology, new skits, jumps, and cheers proved helpful in obtaining the excellent spirit in our student body this year. Although the varsity didn't bring home a first place in cheering, they did win first place in a talent show. Ed Lukens, John Dickson, and Mike DeFrances, hoping to spark enthusi- asm for more boys to become cheerlead- ers, eagerly volunteered time and ef- fort to serve with the varsity cheer- leaders. Also giving much time and effort was a new advisor, Mrs. Rosemarie Neil. 50 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: FIRST ROW: Peggy Frantz, Cindy Geist, gaptaing Becky Smith. SECOND ROW: Malinda Coate, Carol Netzley, Julie erry. Arouse School Spirit Cheering heartily and waving our school colors, the fans enjoy participating at the games. , "Drive, Drive on down the field"-sing three Varsity Cheerleaders as they lead the crowd in the "Buckeye Battle Cry." Pep rallies stimulate-"The Power to Win." lil! B3l?G5ABlGDRRiR Cheerleaders yelled full force at Lhe pep rallies. Mr. Stitz yells, "One, two, ready, begin!" FIRST ROW: Art Blackmore and Tim Paulus, Student Trainers, Pat Kelly, Rick DeFrances, Gene Magato, Steve Coate, Dave Litton, Ron Hall, Scott Mote, Terry Miller, Wayne KOPP, John Pool, Student Manager. SECOND ROW: Dave Cripe, Joe Dick, Denny Frantz, Assistant Coach Bob Overla expounds on the efforts of our team at the Fall Sports Banquet. 52 Tom Foster, Verlin Cross, Doug Shade, Dave Chappie, Dave McCray, Bruce Minkner, Jim Coate, Terry Cunagin, Randy Minnich, Bill Elveyf Brad Bowman. THIRD ROW: Phil Burnside, Roy Hawse, Bud Barnes, ur Boys Ha, BULLDOG SCORES WE THEY Tecumseh 42 22 Brookville 14- 12 Oakwood 40 16 Tipp City 22 0 Northridge 4-6 0 Vandalia 0 0 Eaton 12 6 Northrnont 0 6 Trotwood 6 4-9 West Carrollton 32 14- Gross, Rusty Sparks, Bob Ginn, Barry Coate, Rue, John Chappie, Fred Bemheisel, Scott Ed Lendenski and Dick Overla, Assistant Wat Farrar, Head Coach. Tedious Season The varsity team had a very tough but somewhat re- warding season. They played with determination and showed much intestinal fortitude. This factor helped the Bulldogs place third in the league. In-their first non-league game, the Bulldogs stunned Te- cumseh with a 412-22 victory. When the Bulldogs fought with their old school rival, Vandalia, in the muddy field, they ended in a 0-0 tie. This was the first blemish of the Bulldog's season. Due to the lack of sufficient weight on the line, our boys were put at a big disadvantage in several games. However, the weight disadvantage was equalized by the excellent backfield. Special awards were given to Gene Magato, Rick De- Frances, Dave Litton, Ron Hall, Steve Coate, and Brad Bowman. WAT FARRAR Head Coach Dick Overla, Bob Overla, and Ed Lendenskig Coaches. f Assistant 53 "......-- '1 3 i f ? . ' wi 1 4 . , ,'-- gl ' . F K lm fif- f N ' ff 4 ' rx ? J-' T ' 6 QQ i 'Q 2 J L, .. "' M -ff-rfb 3 'T ' Q lx i' J' N pg-bt"I: 3. 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NAME POS WT. 12 Bob Ginn QB 150 15f16lRick DeFrances B 135 22 f25lSteve Coate QB 163 30 Denny Frantz B 165 31 Bud Barnes 135 33 Scott Vagades 135 35 Terry Miller 155 '81 82 Gene Magato C725 and Terry Cunagin 84' U43 thoroughly observe a situation. 85 86 88 90 40 H481 ,lim Coate 4-2 Ron Hall 44f56jDave Cripe 47 Fred Bernheisel 4-9 Scott Mote 50 Tom Foster 53 Verlin Cross 55 Barry Coate 60 Phil Burnside 61 Brad Bowman 641 Dave Chappie 65 Pat Kelly 66 John Chappie 68 Dave Litton 70 Dave McCray 71 Gerald Rue 72 Gehe Magato 74f79lTer1'y Cunagin 80 Wayne Kopp Roy Hawse Randy Minnich Bruce Minkner Bob Gross Bill Elvey Doug Shade Joe Dick B B B B 165 B 160 B 190 B 140 B 150 C 190 G 160 C 159 G 126 G 167 G 154' G G G T T T T 145 157 182 160 177 215 170 E 153 E 129 E 139 E 150 E 155 E 150 E 135 E 182 Student Trainers: Tim Paulus and Art Blackmore. Student Manager: John Pool. 56 HT. 6,0 5'8 5'10 5' 8 57 877 571079 5'11" 5f11" 57 977 57 797 57 977 67 077 5'11', 5110" 59 177 5'10" 5110" 57 877 5'10" 5710" 5,1o,' 5'10" 67 277 5'10" 57117, 3- 8" 57 977 59117, 5'10" 57 977 5'8 5'11" 77 srlof' 77 77 77 CLASS 10 12 12 11 10 10 12 11 12 10 10 12 11 11 10 10 10 11 12 10 12 11 10 12 11 12 10 .11 11 10 10 11 11 Jim Coate C405 carries the ball as Ron Hall Q4-21 blocks Steve Coate C335 follow ,lim through the hole. out a West Carrollton player. Rick DeFrances USD and ,lim Coate 1401 and a teammate tackle an Eaton Eagle Scott Mote Q4-91 rushes to their assistance. Scott Mote l49l, Brad Bowman 1611, and Randy Minnich C821 form a good defensive line to defeat the Eaton Eagles. Rick Delfrances 1151, accompanied by Brad Bow- man f61l, crosses the goal line for a touchdown in the Eaton game. Ron Hall M23 strives for extra yards in the scoreless game with the Aviators. 57 The Bullpups Pla a air Season FIRST ROW: Jim Martindale, Doug Studebaker, John Fine, Craig Armentrout, Winston Kopp, Don Hamann, Ken Steine Martin Jones, Shelton Netzley, Jim Cordon. SECOND ROW! Don Barnes, Doug McMillan, Wayne Driver. FOURTH ROW Larry Eastridge, Daryl Furlong, Bob Johnston, Gary Duea, Roger Scott Strain, Lester Whitefield, Coach, Dale Magato. Owens, Jim Swartz, Mike Brown, John Osborn. THIRD ROW! I 'OT h y Varsity "M" Cluh cheers the team on to victory. 58 The freshman football team concluded the season this year with 3 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie. Daryl Furlong led the team in defense and number of tackles, and was chosen most val- uable player. Dale Magato and Scott Strain were chosen as most important offensive play- ers. This year the team consisted of twenty-three players, each boy starting in at least one game. The boys had a problem of having confidence in their efforts, however they all had the po- tential necessary to make a champion team. All in all, they had a good season, and most important they gained the experience and con- fidence in themselves, necessary to make a good team. In the end, they progressed rapidly and will someday make a valuable contribution to the varsity team. Charge? . U. 's Roadrunners Have a air Season A kk.-,-.... LEFT T0 RIGHT: Bill Carroll, Mike DeFrances, Gary Becker, Hellard, Eugene Hart, Mike Hoover. John Hoffman, Mike Elson, Mr. Koverman, Eddie Lukens, Dale This year the cross-country squad consisted of eight participants who practiced enthusiastically each night of the Week. These roadrunners ran a practice mileage dis- tance of six miles each day on the roads between Laura and Nashville. However in their meets these strong-legged, well-minded individuals ran only a "mere" two miles. The most enthusiastic runner was Mike Hoover. A i , . f,,,f-""' - , 'Q r. Koverman congratulates Mike DeFrances at the Just Wait till il'S my turn! all Sports Banquet. Bulldogs Show Heart and Hustle e,., LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeff Tasker, Managerg Kirk Blackmore, Jim Greg Critz, Ron Hall, Denny Frantz, John Powell, Ed Len- Sarver, Tim Paulus, Steve Coate, Jim Hammon, John Tasker, denski, Coachg John Pool, Manager. Although the teamls average height was only 5' 10", the Bulldogs won the respect of many fans in and outside the league because of their heart, hustle, and never-give-up attitude. The senior boys, John Tasker, Steve Coate, John Powell, Greg Critz and Ron Hall displayed the proper attitude and necessary desire to have a winning season of ll-8. They were ably as- sisted by 4 juniors and the squaclls only sopho- more Jim Hammon. John Tasker received trophies for the team's most valuable player and also most improved player. He was selected to the first team All League, All Troy Tournament, and All Dayton Area. John Powell and Steve Coate, both seniors, were given Honorable Mention All League. Steve Coate was also named to All Troy Tour' nament team. y Team foul shooting trophies were Won by Steve Coate and John Powell with an average Basketball Coach of 75Z. ED LENDENSKI 60 Y STEVE COATE JOHN TASKER J OHNGPOWELL uard Guard Center Co-Captain Co-Captain Honorable Mention All-league Honorable Mention A11-League First Team All-League First Team All-Troy Toiunament First Team All-Dayton Area BASKETBALL SCORES Fairborn Kiser Brookville Oakwood Patterson Miami East Tecumseh Tipp City Piqua Northridge Vandalia Meadowdale Eaton Alter Northmont Miami East Trotwood West Carrollton Northridge THEY 59 46 42 54 44 46 64 53 56 45 38 74 50 59 60 56 7 8 55 65 First Team All-Troy Toumament The Senior Leaders GREG CRITZ RON HALL Forward Forward XA Good sportsmanship is shown. ' ' .-2'-ii, WL?"- - 7 ' ' f"sQ1f,' . .X '- L ' I ' , 4, DY' , U 1- Q ' A 2:3 ' ff " ' t 'L . if buf:-i' '23 W :usp ,5, .E N 'B' if il ls f ' -, r. ,- - X 1 . - .-,M I . 1.: f'1""9:- t t if X A . ., vm. if Wf Y Steve Coate C231 lends evidence that basketball is a rough game. Creg Critz stretches for a rebound. "T" shoots well over the heads of the other team. Jim Sarver C145 attempts to block the shot of a Miami East cager. Miami East has a difficult time keeping their socks up and Milton down as demonstrated by Denny Frantz f24l, as he captures the rebound. VARSITY ROSTER NO. NAME POS. YR. HT. 10 John Powell G Sr. 5' 7" 12 Kirk Blackmore G Jr. 5' 8" 141 Jim Sarver G Jr. 5' 8" 20 Tim Paulus GSLF Jr. 5'10" 22 Steve Coate G Sr. 5'10" 24- Denny Frantz F Jr. 5'10" 32 John Tasker C Sr. 6' 5" 40 Jirn Hammon G8zF Soph. 5'11" 42 Ron Hall F Sr. 5'10" 44 Greg Critz F Sr. 5'1O" Jeff Tasker Mgr. Fr. John Pool Mgr. Soph. we Tremendous saves like the one displayed by sophomore .Jim Hammon gave the mighty Bulldogs an edge over their opponents. John Powell C101 bounds up for two points scored against the Vandalia Butler Aviators. 63 The Reserves Rall in the End Ni- , we - A , 4 KNEELING: Terry Whiting, Scott Vagedas, Steve Whitaker, Gary Bgcher, Denny Thompson. STANDING: Coach Wat Far- Paul Nartker, David Warner, Bob Gross, Bill Wagar, Brad Bow man, Manager. rar, Bill Elvey, Mark Everhart, Barry Coate, Tom Klepinger, Barry Coate fwhite uniforml blocks a shot by a.Butler reserve. 64 The Reserves showed a lot of potential, but they had a very slow season. They ended their games with three wins and fifteen losses. By the end of the season they had gained confidence and began to show that "Milton Spiritli' The .team was led by Paul Narkter, the most improved player and top rehounder. Bob Ginn pumped in the most completed foul shots. Barry Coate, Bill Wagar, Scott Va- gedes, and Bill Elvey were also valuable assets to the team. The reserves watch intently from the sidelines. The Freshmen Displa portsmanship V pr' f J"' J' , ' . . 'f V i - EA 4 F'+...Q.'L H 1,1364 4, , KNEELING: Gary Dues, Bruce Baker, Keith Rue, Managerg' Jeff Tasker, Don Barnes, Dan Stockslager, Don Hamann, Kenny Jim Gordon, Scorekeeperg Mike Brown, Don Bodiker. STAND- Steiner, Scott Stnain, Jim Martindale, Cary Stickel, Darrell ING: Larry Miller, Manager and Statisticiang Dale Magato, Oakes, Manager and Statistician, Coach Ken Schaefer. Playing equally well on offense and defense, the Freshman team had an average season with six wins and seven losses. The high scorer was Don Barnes with an average of 11.3 per game. Don Hamann f6'1,'J tallest and leading rebounder, was voted as the most improved player. Scott Strain was the play maker and was very ably assisted by Jim Martindale and Kenny Steiner in chalking up points. I A 1 If I points. The Freshmen chalk up another two points. ' Dale Magato C321 displays good form in a jump shot. Ag 4 .1 'X 43- 1 A .55 Don Hamann at the free throw linei attempting extra 65 I 3 - BACK ROW! Pai KCUY. Fred Befnheisel- TCYTY Miller, Joe enecker, and Bob Schilling. THIRD ROW: Donn Hoover Steve Dick, Dave Critic, and Dale Heuafdi MHHHSEF- SECOND ROW: Miller, Phil Burnside, Jeff Randall, Roy Hawse, and Jiiin .lay Kurt Helsinger, Mike DeFrances, Rick DeFrances, Bernie Long- Bernie addresses the student body before going to the State Wres- tling Meet. 66 Bernie Longenecker Goes t The wrestling team had a very successful season. The grapplers ranked fifth in the S. W. B. L. and had a League Champion, Dave Cripe. The dual meet record in the League was seven wins and five losses. Out of twenty- seven wrestling teams, the mat- men ranked sixth in the Troy District. Bernie Longenecker and Rick DeFrances, both seniors, captured first and sec- ond places respectively in their weight classes in the Troy Dis- trict. Dave Cripe, a sopho- more, won a second place in the Troy District in the heavy- weight class. A trophy for the "Most Outstanding" wrestler was given to Bernie Longenecker as a result of his ,winning his weight class in the Troy Dis- trict. This is quite an achieve- ment considering the rugged competition from the twenty- seven teams in the Troy Dis- trict. The team is still young, yet it is gaining experience quickly and already has made a name for itself. The reserve wrestlers learned what it is like to wres- tle in competition and will be valuable assets to next year's team. Coach Storer was greatly Wrestling Coach LOWELL STORER QW: L Ln """"M 'fi '., " 1 il 'f' '. Lg is ' 'I 'T " ' 'I V iii:- X :- Mp.: 1,5 , , -s ve 775'-Srl' .,, Rick DeFrances breaks down his op tate pleased with the achievements of the matmen. However, these achievements were gained only by the hard work and deter- mination by the wrestlers. VARSITY ROSTER Pat Kelly Fred Bernheisel Terry Miller Joe Dick Dave Cripe Kurt Helsinger Mike DeFrances Rick DeFrances Bernie Longenecker Bob Schilling Doug Studebaker Don Hoover Steve Miller Phil Burnside Jeff Randall Roy Hawse J im Jay Dale Hellard Senior 145 Sophomore 154 Senior 165 Junior 175 Sophomore H.W.T. Freshman 112 Junior 120 Senior 127 Senior 133 Junior 138 Freshman 103 Freshman 103 Freshman 103 Soph oin ore 120 Freshman 145 Sophomore 127 Junior 154 Junior Manager ua 5 " SQ-. A . v Dave Cripe wins second in the Troy District by defeating 'W his heavyweight opponent. ponent from Piqua. , 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 fy- ,,1i,,.- 1-swf , ,V -- 1 - . -1 , ,. .,,. ,, , . T , , i'.5fL..f. .i2i'i,1,1,..g 1.. 1 ,I , 1 4 Q A vm ...E I M,,,., 4:35 11-A I t t"-'f ' 1, ,1 1. 1 ' ' ' "wif" 927'-ypf' - .-',1w,,5'. - ' va- V -1, 1 ' if , ' ,5 4,- .1 H ' -f.n2if::,',1l?' ' " 11, - 1.11, '-1, L, -.1, ,-,,. -WH - ' . YY' 11. Mike DeFrances Crightl prepares for a takedown. 67 Baseball Team Slides Into a 16-4 5 . -I 7'f'1l7il -vfe E liill FRONT ROW: Ed, Lendenski, Coach: John Tasker, Bob Ginn, Magato, Jeff Tasker, Scott Vagades, Terry Whiting, John Fine, John Daum, Steve Coate, Bob Gross, Steve Colthar, Don Barnes, Terry Zellers, John Osborn, Mike Brown, Martin Jones, Ken Bud Barnes, Jim Martindale, Tim Bowman, Manager: Jeff Butts, Schaffer, Assistant Coach. Managerg Kent Dues, Manager. BACK ROW: .loe Phillips, Dale Joe Phillips on deck. 68 The baseball team coached by Ed Lendenski and Ken Schaffer had an excellent season of sixteen wins and four losses. At the onset of the season the hopes of the team were not too high. This was due to the fact that only four seniors and one junior were on the squad of eighteen boys. The senior's fine leadership qualities and the overall pride and willingness of each team member to work were contributing factors to such a fine season. Steve Coate won the batting trophy for the third time in four years with a .379 average. Having a .74 earned run average Steve Coate also won the pitching trophy. , XX Bob Ginn, first baseman, snags the ball for an easy out during the Tipp-Milton baseba game. Season Jim Martindale rounds third base in an effort to score against Tipp. y i W W M 1 . .R 4 ' -5, W '-f 'f. W, .t- , xg- .W 1. AA ,H .t ' . - ' ,VH -4, , uv. .1 M- , Y-. lv -.. .i H ' . v 1:1 51: V' --1 'N , , X XM-w",ff X, "f"'IT' 1 H 1' 1--if V'S1?f7+: The Bulldogs in the home dugout. Dale Magato catches for a practicing pitcher. rvft ,' , , ' .v ,f ..,,x, - -, V . , .'. V- - . 'A ,I-,.,.,. ,. .. .. 1, ,., .P . . , I I , X ,xl Y., 9. ,,,.v , 57331, ,X I V' - .J "'-We '11, ' pq, ., - Y Ll, Y Nfl Z.. , V, 11, ,,,'."' . 1 Y, ' - Y ,-na Z A . '--" .Ji ,'., '55 ULN' U Y :wk ' r g. J,"-.,,4., , V4 ' 'N' . 1 . .. . .. it 14 fi -L., 'N - i ., . , . ,. ,, ,,,,, . , g " ,. fr., ' ,.H',,,'-1: 7- in . . ". , V " lL:,Q"F'1- 'L nge Q' ,L ,J : ', "2-'1"'H 'M' ' Steve Coate attempts to hunt the ball. 69 Track Team Has a Tremendous Season FIRST ROW: Mike Hoover, Bill Hawse, John Pool, Tom Sellman, SECOND ROW: Pat Kelly, Rick gene Hart, Mike'DeFrances, Doug Chappie, Jerry Blanton. THIRD Butler Eaton Tipp City Miami East Northridge Butler Brookville Covington ROSTER Carroll, John Outland, Roy Dave Cripe, Tom Foster. DeFrances, Bill Elvey, Eu- Shade, Harold Drees, Dave Coachg Arthur Blackmore, Manager: Bruce Minkner, Ron Hall, Verlin Cross, Brad Bowman, Mike Elson, Wayne Kopp, Gene Magato, Ed Lukens, David Antonides, John Chappie, Joe McGuire, Bill Wagar, Bob Williams, Manager, ROW: 'Lester Whitefield, WE THEY say, 28113 92 55 77 50 71 56 72 55 8415 49M 92 25 90 36 70 The best season in several years would be a simple way of describing the track team's season. Out of 32 boys, 23 of them earned varsity letters. The team was led by senior co-captains Rick DeFrances and Ron Hall and Junior Co-Captain Jim Coate. At the end of the year many records were set and broken. Ron Hall placed third in the District 120 high hurdles, re- ceived the Bob Schul Track Award, the Most Valuable Senior Player Award, and came in seventh in state wide competition in the First Annual Rebel Octonary. Rick DeFrances received the trophy for the Most Improved Player. ' ' r l . w l v ..4, , ' 'X l Y ' vlgqw H I M " ywygw., H , My ,Ml " ' H " M Ulm Jlfiflx' lu H - k'9l',s-fill 1 ,H llllmll ffiilijl , wwf' NH, iw, -1 sw ' , rf M , , H, 1 L rf. .V ff vu N I .j, my fwnlxl ' ' lf" l , ll' 1' H 'Qi " V " ' or N1 in 3' W uf ll PM ll' in .ll Y N " X 3 'Ubi V WH fl! Li , H 11 Wjmggm W. ,,,,j,,'-. 'www' wx 'H so W is R or my f' W 1, ' l 'U M ' ll I ,. v' Y r 1 ' M 1 Ui ' 'f-, ,, : , "1 0 -- + F 0 F f Standings in School Records Broken Infvitationals Trotwood Relays Mote Relays . . . Dayton Relays Troy Relays . . . SWBL Relays . . . . . . Fairborn Relays 11th .4th 14th 11th . 6th . 7th Total Points KISOVZD ....... .... R on Hall 70 Yd. High Hurdles f9.7J . . . ... .... Ron Hall 180 Low Hurdles f21.6J . .. ....... .lim Coate 120 Low Hurdles f13.6J .... .................. J im Coate Mile Relay f3:32j ....... .............. J im Coate, Bruce Minkner, Bill Elvey, Ron Hall Two Mile f10:44-.81 .... ................. B ill Carroll 7I FIRST ROW: Scott Strain, Doug Studebak , Sh l- , W' t K C ' A h G ton Netzley, Iden Smith, Kirt Kelsinger, DickeIOver3a, Hbriirie Fzi,gSe?li..ariJypRlillz:ig rmemroutl JO n rant, Coach. SECOND ROW: Jeff Randell, Don Ham- Freshmen Gain Experience The Freshman track team had a season of two wins two losses and one tie. The team was very ably coached by Mr. Dick Overla. With this excellent coaching and the ability of the boys, the team came in second in the Greenville Relays and the 880 Relay Team brought home a Fifth in the Trotwood Relays. In the Mote Relays, the freshman team was combined with the eighth graders. This combination brought home a Third. Scott Strain set a school record for the freshman team inlthe 120 low hurdles. Other high point men were Don Hammon in the . -.l .1 I . 11N 0. 11 I Conference time! Practice makes perfect. 1,-E 880 run, Craig Armentro with the pole vault. And now for the trip down! Golf Team Swings Into a Good Season ef. r lf- .1-1-Q : , i so is use is i D61 DCMlDt, Scott M0te, pefgal, Rusty Sparks, Fine' Greg Critz, Bob .l0llI1St0l'l, DOH!! HOOVBT- liams, Gary Hinkle, Steve Whitacker. SECOND ROW: Steve Huston, Bill Im- The golf team consisted of twelve players this year. Throughout the sea- the boys had eighteen matches. They won half of these matches. At the Sports Banquet, Del DeMint received two trophies. One was the Hole Golf Award and the other was the Low Competitive Golf COACH STORER 4 Keep your eye on the ball, Fore! Now one more time. 73 Netmen "Smash9' Into a Good Season KNEELING: Gary Becker, Chuck Worrig, Jim Gordon, Jim Hamman, Dennis Mote, Barry Coate, D5le Hellard, Terry Cunnigan, Eston Heckman. STANDING: Steve jones, Herb I Pettigean, Daryl Staver, Roger Dehus, Larry Hnisington, Bob Guthrie, Kenny Steiner, ,Iohn Powell, Greg Kockersperger. qt! 5 wi, ' ' ., .o,,. e,.g..o,.... 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J' A Z. .' gl an . ,, ,:.:..A- I ' ,- -s 5 .Ar ".v:w:,".- -- 'fj TS,.:i:Qg.:g1' ' - A . - ,111-' .'i+f:sf A. 2-.f1.,':-.:?':3' ' L " "'- 1' pu, .. . .- F'-'xp Cary Aldora Terry Aldota Richard Allison Craig Armentrout Colby Armstrong Bruce Baker Denise Baker Betty Barga Don Barnes Kathryn Belden Robert Bernheisel Pat Berry Martha Bishop Don Bodiker Steve Bowman Donna Bowser Eddie Brown Jay Brown Mike Brown Terry Brown Vickie Brown Joyce Brumbaugh Dale Buckner Dewey Buckner Thelma Buckner Mike Cavender Charles Christian Eddie Cook Elisha Cooper Jenny Cress Robert Darst Joe Daum Karen Davis Linda Davis Robin DeVelbiss Joyce Dowler Wayne Driver Cary Dues Larry Eastridge Cheryl Etter Sharon Fellers Maria Fetters John Fine Monty Fogle Karen Fortner -Shela Frady Gary Frost Jane Furlong Darrell Furlong Gary Clauser James Gordon Wanda Coudy John Grant Pam Green Sharon Green Robert Guthrie 78 .44 Freshmen . . . 14 Members tv Rl I ," vm, R ,4 9 ff X t 'I F H V' iiy it fri r was E R l -sf f sz w v V 1, "5 ir 1 ' gk , l I I ' l 4 1 Xiu lvl" " - . 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V' xi -V !1""BN v f., ., . 5' ,, . ' - Carol Hart W 3: i . v- Donna Hawse v X, ' N. B X N x it H -K 1 Y , David Heisey ' ' ' ' ' Kurt Helsinger x ' 4 vi Ti' - ,. , - s Bill Herkins . 1 "' '11 3: .lohn Herman .lim Hewitt Sheila Hicks N genniii Hines W'-1' atty ines X' " Sherry Hiukle Phyllis Hoff Dennis Hogle - Dena Hoover Don Hoover 1 - th " , Nellie Horner Anna Howell lo Ellen Huber X i ll wif A , V T C Debbie Humbert j.5j'-A vie-.-fy it X K ,E Robert Johnston N .f g e- 4- ' :Nt Linda Jones i U""'k l i , 'Y f' i v V Q Ng N4 1 Martin Jones 1 Maurine Jones ,. :D W Steve J ones , A ii- ' , Sharon Judd " . H :ii i gL ' t fi Cora Kiefer " i' W W ' Steve Koether ...- ,, 1, , 19,1 , Veronica Lainhart 'Q L Q - 3: 2 ,315 -ey. .- Winston Kopp , . Arthur Lane , N ,e e ff' L ' Q, an PS. ,Nl W 1 N mv Debbie Lane ' W ' Cindy Little i I 'if W. mr 5' ' Robert Lockard ' W I ViekiLong ll l l l L l N 1 -4.3 yo SMI -4+-'pk Qtr l w 'wtgiffzki Nut," X ,sm ,qw its L af' iv ' 'I is M John Loper Dale Magato Jim Martindale Yvonne Martindale Lynette McCowen Paul McCray Ruth McDonald Doug McMil1ian Jeff McNally Larry Miller Lynn Miller Steve E. Miller Stove J. Miller Debbie Morris Vicki Mote Rick Mowry F t ot- ! ' Vivian Layer K: , 1 - 1' '. . f Cheryl Longenecker 7 hint, I . ' ,QQ CLASS OFFICERS: Don Hamann, Second Vice President: Vicki Mote, First Vice Presidentg Teresa Level, Personal Accountsg Steve Bowman, Treasurerg Doug Studebaker, Historiang Jim Gordon, Presidentg and .lunell Yoder, Secretary. 79 Rick Mueller Debby Mullins Shelton Netzley Darrel Oakes Sheryl Oda John Osborne Gary Overbay Roger Owens Susan Patterson Kathy Pequignot Dewana Perciful Herb Petitjean Paul Philpot Mike Polson Sue Puterbaugh Kim Ream Steve Rhoads John Rohrer Bill Rudy Keith Rue Linda Schultz Rick Shane John Shank Dennis Sizemore Mary Alice Slagenweit Iden Smith Kathy Smith Susan Smith Marlene Snell Marlecia Spitler Randy Spitler Ken Steiner Tom Stemple Joyce Sterling Sally Stewart Don Stickel Cary Stickel Dan Stockslager Andell Stowell Scott Strain Doug Studebaker Robert Suydam Gregg Swabb James Swartz Ken Tackett Jeff Tasker J ack Thomas Ron Trusty s .K Physicall ,,Mentall , and Sociall . f 1 i 51 ' . . 1 ' ,, a it x i i a igivkrn .min 5 -S+? A X 4-, x R Xl f ., N-f 5,5 'il tl T 6- .,, S l 4'-y K Q., gg Ui In W Y N' C ., Q 5 -4 ,g. Q 'ki- :Q-lx ,Mui . ,Wig ' g y t Je fa i get Q I we r get , ' 'ft L. rf 1 , i -' X f' if y ' 2' 'AL ' it X "I Q V1 L Charlene Hall and Peggy Frantz represented the Freshman Class at Homecoming. 80 Yvonne Vandertouw ' V W V g. 1 A cliff' Chantelvyirels 7- X S - 4 Robert ar , G- ' ' , 47" ' Richard Washuk ' -Y X L ' V H I 'Yi Kenny Webb Q h , ' , xX"iw.' ig X' I .A .1 4 K A X pix- Q ,S xii. x is li - X Connie Weiss X Q O Patty Werts S .. Wesley Wertz -,ff V Q. V I James Wheelock C' f X' , 1 , it Ethyl Williams - ,.N 's - ,,- 1 V S NltlQt'1.y rf' ' N" S s' " J. .1 Debby Williamson Charles Wirrig tn.. Not Pictured: Malinda Coate, Connie Dillon, Richard Engle, Peggy Frantz, Charlene Hall, Tom Stemple, Larry Ward, .lunell Yoder. "-w-,, - "" if--wx ophomores . . . Share in School Lyle ii. .SS OFFICERS: Top to, Bottom: Eugene , First Vice Presidentg Jim Hammon, Pres- ntg Carol Netzley, Historiang Scott Vagedes, asurerg Mike Hoover, Second Vice President. XNDING: Bev Kauffman, Secretaryg and ky Smith, Personal Accounts. Mark Acton Becky Allen Charles Allison David Antonides Leroy Applegate Patricia Amett kilns X Xx t 4 t, lin, Q ,Ly t ttt sss if 44.5 , A AANS 314 Vt H J ' f 'M 2 A ff , I .X . ee . A X .' t .... '- It U B Mary Arnold Janice Baird ', 'T it Robert Baker V ' ' A ee i Buddy Bames '. V 1 J 4-' - A X X el, if ti it 1 X , i, W v . V9 ..... 4' ik- f sf, . i t, V . A .QM w ' 4 J t '13, ui ! gi t gl Aw 'S' ' ' mi B' 6- 'Ch i' 1 . x0 !7 Q ' if ' X all nun Sherri Barnhart Gary Becker Fred Bernheisel Julie Berry Rhonda Besecker Arthur Blackmore Jerry Blanton Kenny Booher Connie Bouck Brad Bowman Geroge Bowser Belinda Brame Mary Brown Philip Burnside Sandra Castle Sharon Chaffin John Chappie Ban'y Coate Clyde Collins Teresa Conner Joe Cress David Cripe Melinda Deaton Roger Dehus 6- Y' 4 Del DeMint Debra Dickey Judy Diley Georgia Dix Carol Dolby W Harold Drees , Geraldine if? Eastridge I Jenny Eickmeyer Homecoming representatives Cinde Geist and Debbie Woods. Bill Elvey Winifred Engle Mark Everhart Doris Fine Jeff Fine Nz:-r ' Karen Fine i xx XR a WL X D F00t6 lf" , 1 ,, W Carol Forman lll Linda Gilbert V f G ' -"' 2' M Robert Ginn 'V ' lm ' 1,. f , Danny Green . hf xt-f Debra Gregg D V. ,E , EN x :wx - .K ' ggi-ig" . . T. L' Robert Gross Emma ,lean Hale .lim Hammon ,,, Michele Hangen Eugene Hart Gary Hart 'td fl I M Roy Howse George Heckman Kathy Hemmerick Larry Hildebrand Gary Hinkle sk Larry Hoisington 1X -1-if' , .v '1-'Zi' ' - .My L I I , r gr V' i W - gg , , 1- C L 6 K 5154? -A - . K 'V x.Xff,. ' A ,gg f -A J -A V V ': . - itll: v' 4 g f Y ff? .V ' -if ' ' 1 W 'ffffafsi . - Ei ,cf-et t -N lic. .E bg ' w ,Af fl' it X A , L.. . 3 1 ali i if 2 if w riwgwgnyv 2 . CJ i 4' ' 4 4 4 , e Q I , S- ' l , 5 l ' XMIM 4' l I L I s ff xX.Q fi.-,,-he Je' x iq 1, X 1 U , ' I bv . i- ,ll L.. . ' :1'Ai",'1 A mtg' A X I I- 4 v A A uk X Y, 'v ,ES 4 if - I .lane Honeyman G A V V James Hoover Qxlilfl-H ' A , V Mike Hoover - ' Q, A, ' - ' W il'l' i Scott Hornick , . ' X ' -I .l , 4 Jean Hughes ld .W ' K Xiwg fq , '1-iQ- W., Brenda Hurley , ,L -Lg ' I f - yi ' l. "1 eff to f ' L , ' " " 94:4 fflfffg X ., 'J .G ' , xy , 'Q' ' Q- -K f X I R. Linda Hurley ,ffm-,' -- Steve Huston ' ' "" Nelson Jones f ' ' Peggy Kams 5. Q in K- Beverly Kauffman A ' i, N ., - nn- 'LT' Diana Kelly ' - 5' F 3 ,N V 82 fi L ii 115 fm 'm l ' yt" 'Q , , N ' 1 ' 1 1 , . K Q X X If 5 o n M L A E E: ,iw l any id ,Qxr ff -, I 'ACC' Y' Ile? A E , N 1 w -1 'Y x ,. - is '. fa + X w rw , m l Lk an il 'SX if "ff ' for I 'K- uf, Ll' Qin ,Q-Q ln- P554 1. 1 ' lui I xl ,Ls 177 1 7 L nv:-v ff." X if N . 9 - fix t sl-J-31' - is fx -1: -sd -L.. M' iw Q' vw' Q54 TI' 4 X I N ll 2.599 1 ' "H f:,Mwll sl B' l L' - L 1' . ' ,, I 1? hu' P-V L13, i l XX!! ' A 4 x 7 . n K.. :gb wk A cy. K I X A .gf .l F' CZ! A i sy? ,,. X .x J! f I , kv ,S all il 5--f Lois Kiser Mark Klabunde Bobbie Klepinger Tom Klepinger Donald Knife Rita Lambert Raymond Lane Greg Lavey Debbie Libengood Chris Loper Sandy Lorten Sandra Loving Larry McCarroll Jerry McDowell Carol McLain J oe McGuire Roger Messer Brenda Miller Gary Miller Joy Miller ' Larry Moore Charles Morris Dennis Mote Paul Nartker Carol N etzley Scott Netzley Susan Nollner John Outland Sheryl Paulus John Phillips Linda Phillips Patty Pierce .lonaihon Poole Denise Reck Karen Reisert Larry Rhoads Sharon Rhoads Jean Rohrer Frances Schoenberger Jenny Schumann Chris Shade Vicky Schauh Yvonne Schockey Collette Shortridge Chris Shroyer David Silknitter Ruth Sizemore Becky Jo Smith 83 xo. t K , in X at vw f, , --ex w'W." 'W 1 . if . X ' x J. gr in-1, I WK QT? Qfv g Bob Smith Vicki Smith Roger Sowry Rusty Sparks Connie Spencer Ellen Spitler Daryl Staver Danova Stickley Jo Dell Strain Judy Strawser Paulo Stumbo Virginia Subler in ""' 63 ' P5 r ' I it .. 'QR-1. in V ii 121 x Q l ff' tvs, P- I '-' f s x , -N it X T E X N" L .1 tl el' nnn -,Q Q, t.! L., H33 T 'lx M f itll ni , .n sw 'X I ll ss? it 27 1 N 84 .X', ' , S ffl lin . ,F I, gt.1tWW" l X I 7,4 L' A .7 6' . 15 AV! ...- t I ,. A typical scene around M-U. .A-R' Y"' Gary Woolery Debbie Wright Scott Younce Don Young 45 L Y." ,I 93" Mike Swabo Pam Tackett Susan Tasker Denny Thompson Kathy Thompson Dan Truebenbach Dennis Trusty Scott Vegedes Randy Vickers Edith Vires Pam Wafford Bill Wagar David Warner Spencer Waymire Susan Webb Connie Weidel Harold West Randy Whitacre Steve Whitaker Terry Whiting Jim Williams Ray Williams Sue Williams Debbie Woods Not Pictured : Marilyn Alhaugh Don Bailey David Bass. Barbara Brandt Jerry Blanton Bertha Cooper Cinde Geist Glenn Hobbs Karla Obum Gerald Rue Rick Schoen Bonnie Van Dyke Randy Weaver Juniors . . . nite Together yT0 Have 97 1x - A 'Q' W1 s. ' -K . ,- su' 2 XX IT" M6 -.9r?.Nl I ! r- -.-, N , 4 R . 2 i" 3715- F ff :rf it - D ,.s,,..,, , A- . ,..,'... .-r -W 'P A 77 -- w 2-' N i E552 i 3- Q. X L !, as Hi 1-1 or 'r iff iv ,+,, lt l -xi l ' Q n-.. I J on Dohner Kathy Dohrman Bill Coatney Karen Coppess Verlin Cross David Crow Terry Cunnagin Virginia Daum Mike DeFrances J oe Dick Lynne Dillon .a Ellen Amett , Q cb. Karen Arnett 3 ,Q V X Dan Baisden C , A Christina Berry x " ' - ' Kevin Best 5 J' Kirk Blackmore fl Q . W G r. ., .lan Bliss Mary Bohse Rick Boos Larry Boyd David Breidenbach Rebecca Brill ii' Jean Carveth B Pat Cassell 1 . - , 3 H David Chappie 1 li ' A Diane Clinefelter II' 1 ...C .lim Coate r If Rex Coate ' 1 CLASS OFFICERS: Candy Mishler, Secretaryg Bob Gor- don, Hours' Treasurerg Viki Stockslager, First Vice-Pres- identg Jim Coate, Presidentg Marilyn Slagenweit, His- toriang Verlin Cross, Second Vice-Presidentg and Dottie Hansen, Treasurer. 85 A Success ul and Profitable ynwlxm I"'5 Was Ill-2 1, -6: A gg' , X s kill fi ll t L- an S tt we ll f ':. X , , -f sh e l M at fn 1 4 Lbs. X.: .f ll : 'CL 1. B- -L- W s-Q.. D365 K x ' "' fl,-all :lei fs. ,f 745' X, KL I hey U si W H! cpl . xl fitl .v A 'T su--N, l K Q yyy -.129 I 71 9 Mi xl l -W W ' l 'lflf , 'N , ' X fn fi J - - Gill t l l. '- PF . -4 ' ' V I' EEE ' 555 l in l ' " w i ' . . lun N , W V, V .-,pw r xl -.Z A 1, 5, '- K l J P We Wt S1 l sas- ll S5 t X ' e t 71 ', lt t .Cm ,A E, ' ' J ,.,. 1 ff? W slhw 86 Eddie Elleman Amie Elson Elaine Engle Crystal Farrar Linda Fields Beth Fisher Dan Fisher Cynthia Fledderjohan Mitchell Fogle Norman Foote Tom Foster Denny Frantz Bob Gordon Dale Hahn Trudy Hainline Marilyn Hall Ronald Haney Dottie Hansen Dale Hellard Marjorie Helstem Paula Hemmerick Velva Hinkle Michael Homer Kristine Hufford Betty Humphrey Bill Humphrey Roger Hurley Bill Imperial Elizabeth Jackson .lim I ay Peggy Jordon Charles Keener Karen Kessler Bruce Kindall Priscilla Kinnison Nancy Kinsey Tom Kinsey Cathy Klahunde Kristine Klipstine Scott Knife Gregg Hochersperger Sandra Koether Year Presenting . . . N i i 1 1531 '- "' " D f 1, .i,i Q l - i1-fi-5 fi i fe , xy, lf all at 'PX ' 'C' mf :A 'iv K K. Q. 23. X, V x i WSTXXX Q is Wzr' ui. 50' , X ""' 4 ' ' V ll 1 andy Mishler and Kris Kliptstine, escored by Terry innigan, represented the Junior Class at Homecom- g. 1 xiii Rick Lavey Steve Longenecker Carol Ann Loper Jerry Lucous Douglas Martzell Mike McCarrol1 David McCray Nancy McDonald Wanda McGuire J ill McNelly Bruce Minkner Randy Minnich Bill Morris J oy Mumma J im Niles .loan 0'Del1 Matthew Osborne Arleen Paulus Eileen Paulus Tim Paulus Debra Peed Glenda Pierce Belinda Pequignot Kathy Rhoads Joyce Rohr Mark Rotroff Monte Sanders .liames Sarver Mike Scheaffer Sandra Schaub Robert Schilling Tom Sellman James Shade 87 "Harvey "and "The Enchanted Garden. '9 Experiments are an intricate part of chemistry. 1 V xi A 'fifffb-- , X i M . ,Y -v, ., Q ' Y N I , i- i L, ' W -wks: l' ,,W, Ui' 'J ui I ,.eL V f 541,14 ! Not Pictured: Gerald Baker, Bill Colth O'Connor, Dick Polson, and Ban'y Sanders. 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X Aire. 1 X' i'ee 5 -' L :i1::::!1 :5:a1E:f in S, EA. fr' , Am N -Q w MW .71 1 ,',-1 V: 5 - NL -' Ls, 9' 5, it I L X J 1 lin ' I' v Candace Wertz Robert Werts Janet Wheelock Sandra Wick Ann Williamson Terry Zellers , - ar, Paul I-leisey, Candy Mishler, Nancy Nancy Shank Betsy Simpson Marilyn Slagenwel Becky Smith Earl Smith Kurt Snell Tonya Sowry Tim Sproul Carolyn Steele Pam Steiner Cynthia Sterlin Viki Stockslager Elmer Swank .lim Thomas Norma Thompson .lane Tru' t Patric1a I it Elly Vandertouw .loyce Ward Sharon Webb Stephen Webb an While the boss is away-secretaries will play We... gather wxth other classes to help prepare for homecommg have moments when we lxke to he alone . . . work together for a common cause. . . . also like to study. - ferr HH U1 w e livin l f f like to remember when we were small. zx?"".z'!4 ' Hi?-' .E SE I ORS 'urin- s ll., . 1 f , i..' ' I . Fi ty Seniors 'i rss 'Mm SHELLY ANN ACTON SHERYL KAY ALTENBERGER KAREN ANN BAKER Come on Susan, you don't look that good. I ,f A ,f ROBYN LYNNE BOWMAN X.. 4'-:QM 'LAL-V Us cfs : ' ' Mi a 'Ei A IUI REBECCA LYNN BARNES v 1 FT" n W, V11 OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Pam Elvey, Secretary g Morna Wagner, Second Vice- President 3 Linda Lightner, Personal Ac- counts Treasurerg Sue Stickel, Girls' His- torian. SECOND ROW: Rick DeFrances, ' . -sm X -qv-41' REBECCA ANN BIGGS Treasurer: Steve Coate, Hall, First Vice-President: Ron Boys' Historian: Bernie Longenecker, geant-At-Arms. High b TCHLLML is SANDRA ELLEN BOWSER PATRICIA ANN BRAME ns?" Janet Wooddell and Debbie Manning earn hours for the trip bv working in the coat check. MARILYN SUE BREWER GENE SCOTT BRUMBAUGH ...Lf: i The welght of the world 1S on these seniors' shoulders? DIXIE JO BURNSIDE ,IUDITH DAWN CADDY 93 ,let to Washington, D.C. ll Q . JW5,..9a in h d I. ,11,',? '5,'f:Y?4Y1SfEa'?'jf r fl O51 1663, xl Ai5'I' .'5't- . M1 And now we're going to put you in the stretching machine! Becky Biggs tells Mr. Kyser she just can't decide. 94 .,.:r,. 13' 1 ' . SHARON EILEEN SKENES CALLICOATE TIMOTHY WAYNE 'CAMPBELL WILLIAM J. CARROLL MELANIE EILEEN COATE .-'A i"f?,' X, V STEPHEN WILLIAM COATE PRISCILLA JEAN COX and New ark City GREGORY DALE CRITZ JOHN ALLEN DAUM THOMAS BERNARD DAVIDSON F5- ivw RICHARD EUGENE DAVIS PATRICK QUIRINO DEFRANCES JOHN HARLAN DICKSON 'QI1T?! JAMES ALLEN DIETRICH Time out for a contact. 3 JANICE JUNE DOWLER DONNA RAE DRIVER HOPE ELAINE ELICKER We . . . Spend Our Last Year Working Toward Higher Goals fy af ,fn fs f DEBORAH KAY HOOD ELLIS MICHAEL STEVEN ELSON PAMELA SUE ELVEY I l JANE GORDON Local, County, and Third in the District with her "Freedom's Challenge" speech. TANNA SCHWARTZ First in'FBLA Bookkeeping Contest. If these dresses get any shorter . . . 1 1 X X if ROBERTA KAY FELLERS gif CARL EDWARD FOURMAN II FREDDIE ROSS FAGG if-u PHILLIS ANN FELTNER CYNTHIA ANNE FRIEDRICH f'3 . YT JERRY HAROLD'FLINT CATHLEEN JO FURLONG STEVEN CRAIG FURLONG is BRUCE ALANAGANTNER , -1- JANE LOUISE GORDON 98 5, . 'Jn I " , uv- X, i2 KAREN JOY GARBER You mean we have seven more periods to go? I , 'Ns g,,, RONALD LEWIS HALL DEBORAH LYNN HANGEN XX-14 Q5 ii I 'est SHARON SUE HARLEY EILEEN SUE HARRISON RONALD L. HEISEY bn, '-19' 5.2 CAROL LUCILLE HENMAN DOUGLAS ALLEN I-IOFF JOHN CHARLES HOFFMAN s 1'-x, I What's going on? ? Oh, yes-the trip! Wilma Schockey won the FTA Scholarship Award. 99 1, A-1 4, fx' ' 1 ,, I 4 - ' .el .fx kny' N' f. X1 FL Gs ' 52,7 Nr- W2 lf if . 5 2,1 wx is Dy is 44 Seniors proudly hang one of 'their prize winning signs during spirit week. l00 1 QV?--Q' 'TZ' PHYLLIS ANN HONEYMAN JON ROBERT HOOVER n hx -- ko W5-10 REBECCA ANN IDDINGS KEITH EUGENE KAUFFMAN -2.9, 'nr-ev" 554' LARRY ALLEN KELLY PATRICK J. KELLY WILLIAM ALBERT KEIFER Look gang, no cavities!! 4r:"7 ROSE MARIE KLEPINGER -1!?""' 'ga WAYNE ALLEN KOPP 55' "And he stuck in his thumb and pulled out a plum . . ." 'R- JOAN MARIE LAMBERT LINDA J EANETTE LIGHTNER DAVID REED LITTON IOI 4 CAV A -cf' MARIE PEARL FECSKE LITTON SUSAN ELAINE LONG BERNIE LONGENECKER A 11' "-53' I BRUCE WAYNE LOPER EDWIN CHARLES LUKENS ' EUGENE CHARLES MACATO DEBORAH KAY MANNING This will do until we get a student lounge 'Q' ur Future Belongs to 'ir N H, -,,.,If,f-If -j'lm. MARILYN KAY MILLER MANSON "You 1110811 that dead Pig?" "Well . . . it was just an innocent joke." T! ,I c L w A-N -is 5-f Bobbie Fellers, Intensive Business student, helps PATSEY Jo MCKEE TERRANCE ROBERT MILLER on the P'A. dming he, Study pemdsg i ,.-V x lv Q X "l!".:::r JOY LYNN MINNICH SCOTT RADABAUGH MOTE ROBERT EUGENE ODA IO3 Those Who Prepare or Itf' 'ii EDDIE DEAN PASS PAMILA MAE PATTERSON WILMER J. PAULUS '55, BETTY JO BEVERLY PERRY JOSEPH LEE PHILLIPS You think vou've got proh1ems?! OGVXA 'l2',i"'...'3' She told Becky, Becky told Morna, Moma told me and I thought I should tell you. '04 MICHAEL JAY PHILLIPS DANIEL J. PIERCE TERRY LEE PIERCE JOHN RAYMOND POWELL K3 L A U. ,ff . h v . - X I,-af LINDA ARLIENE PRITCHARD JOHN FRANKLIN RHOADES SHIRLEY ANN RUSSELL GERALD LYNN SCI-ILEINITZ TANNA SUE SCHWARTZ JESSE JOE SHAFFER if NWA v EE! Pr ' . '- 5 STELLA KRISTINE SHAURER VELMA DEAN SHOCKEY X You think this is neat? You should see the class when it's boring! fm! l Seniors help prepare for spirit week Amr . Surf' -r""i WILMA JEAN SHOCKEY CAROLYN SUE SILKNITTER L ac' LEE ROY SMITH VALERIA JEAN SMITH f in-r ANNA JEAN SNELL CONNIE SUE SPITLER fl BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES Bill,Carroll and Steve Coate -4- rj: 8 f JM GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES Susan Long and Janie Gordon QA . f 'LE . 1 , ii 'V I' . shall? D. A J 'Lv-!.j.L , , wh , 1 A ,fA. -Ng AsJ. 2,w 1 , . - Us N W , DEBORAH JANE STAGER SUE ANN STI CKEL nm IEIIHIH - We're home! JAMES LELAND STOWE GEORGE FRED STROHM W f 1 fha Smile! GARY WAYNE SWIGART THOMAS NICHOLAS TALLMAN JOHN STEPHEN TASKER -g E 'e-...ni N N 1 iii JOHN ALLEN THOMPSON l 'X A , . ' V, if L6 Study halls can he helpful when the deadline on a research paper is close 665 4r"'f ,ai VERA FAYE THOMPSON RODNEY LINN UNDEBWOOD MORNA SUE WAGNER 'WJ T Y 1T'x WW I VIRGINIA ANN WERTS JOHN CLYDE WHEELOCK BOBBY GENE WILLIAMS 'TJ' WILLIAM LEE WOLF GERALD FRANKLIN WOLFORD JANET ELAINE WOODDELL av-h -dfx WILLIAM HUBERT WOODS SHIRLEY MARIE HAMLER WRIGHT MICHAEL LEE YOUN CE I 1 Yes, we're finally home-and oh, so refreshed, aren't we Johnnie? 1 H," .ug 1 L 'X K-1-67' R X Q? aid - '!"" 'Nm V 3 ,ff ,f ! and Awa .V Baccalaureate and Commencement ORGAN PRELUDE ........... Mrs. Gladys Hissong PBOCESSIONAL .................. Gladys Hissong INVOCATIONAL .... The Reverend Chester I. Harley, Church of the Brethren Scripture . .. .... The Reverend Joseph L. Phillips Nashville United Church of Christ Vocal Trio ' ........... 1. . "You'll Never Walk Alonel' Judy Caddy, Sharon Harley, Pat McKee Introduction of Platform Guests ........ Superintendent R. L. Osborne Address ................ The Reverend John H. Caddy . Potsdam United Missionary Church Student Oration ...................... Jane Gordon Vocal Trio ...................... "Sunrise, Sunset" Judy Caddy, Sharon Harley, Pat McKee Student Oration ...................... Scott Mote Presentation of Diplomas ......... Richard D. Sharrer, President of the Board Presentation of Class .......... Principal J. A. Williams Special Awards .............. Principal J. A. Williams Class Song ..... ..... M embers of the Senior Class Benediction ..... .... T he Reverend John R. Powell Center Friends Church Recessional .... ........ M rs. Gladys Hissong Valedictorian Salutatorian .... . . Achievement .... . . . Special Janie Gordon . Susan Long Janie Gordon Achievement . Steve Coate Danforth Award ............ Q . . Susan Long Danforth Award .............. . .. Steve Coate Lions Club Citizenship Award .... .. . Student Orations ..... . ....... . . . . Girls' State Representative . . . . . . . Boys, State Representative . . . . . Honors In English .......... . . . .Janie Gordon Janie Gordon Scott More Janie Gordon Susan Long . Steve Coate Bill Carroll Janie Gordon Honors In Foreign Language . . . . .. Becky Biggs Il2 Class Song The Impossible Dream To dream, the impossible dream, To fight, the unbeatable foe 5 To bear, with unbearable sorrow, To run, where the brave dare not go. To right, the unrightable wrong, To love, pure and chaste from afarg To try, when your arms are too weary, To reach, the unreachable star! This is my quest, to follow that star, No matter how hopeless, no matter how far, To fight for the right, without question or pause, To be willing to march into hell for a heavenly causel And I know, if I'll only be true, to this glorious questg That myzheart, will lie peaceful and calm, When I'm laid to my rest, And the world, will be better for this, That one man, scorned and covered with scarsg Still strove, with his last ounce of courage, To reach, the unreachable star! Awards Honors In Social Studies . . . . . . Sue Stickel Honors In Mathematics . . . .... Steve Coate Honors In Science ........... .... J anie Gordon Honors In Business Education .... .... S hirley Wright Outstanding FBLA Member .......... Shirley Wright The 123 members .of the 1968 graduating class started up the aisle at 3:00 P.M. on June 2, 1968. This was their first step toward the future. For the first time in years, the class selected robes in their class colors. The boys wore royal blue and the girls wore gold. As the graduating seniors left the audi- torium, a red rose, their class flower, was presented to each by the Junior marshalls, Kris Klipstine and Joe Dick. I 1 'VV 1 3' I ., . :L Q A A xi .,, yi. K 9 A Time To Remember . . A Time To Look At the .Future . . . A Time To Grow. ACTON, SHELLY ANN Annual Staff 2, 3, FTA 2. ALTENBERGER, SHERYL KAY BAKER, KAREN ANN Library Worker 2, Safety Club 2. BARNES, REBECCA LYNN Chorus 1, FTA 2, 3, TACA 3. BIGGS, REBECCA ANN FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA Reporter 2, FTA Treasurer 3, FTA President 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3. BOWMAN, ROBYN LYNNE FHA 1, 2, Library Worker 2, Safety Club 3, 4. BOWSER, SANDRA ELLEN Chorus 1, 2, Fall Fair Queen 4, Fall Fair Attend- ant 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, FHA Secretary 3, FHA Point Secretary 4. BRAME, PATRICIA ANN Band 1, 2, FBLA 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Safety Club 3, 4, Office Worker 2, 3. BREWER, MARILYN SUE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4. BRUMBAUGH, GENE SCOTT Miami Scholarship Team 2, Wrestling 3, DECA 3, 4. BRYSON, MICHAEL JOE Track 2, DECA 3, 4. BURNSIDE, DIXIE JO Library Worker 2. CADDY, JUDITH DAWN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, High School Musicals 1, 2, 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Office Worker 4, Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. CALLICOATE, SHARON EILEEN SKENES Drill Team 2, FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Bowling 1, 2, TACA 3, DECA 4. CAMPBELL, TIMOTHY WAYNE Track 1, 2, Cross Country 3, Miami Scholarship Team 1. CARROLL, WILLIAM J. Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Boys' State Representative 3. COATE, MELANIE EILEEN Class Pres- ident 3, Class Reporter 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President -4, Queen's Court 2, 3, TACA 2, 3, Basketball 2, 4, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, Bowling 2, 3, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Miami Scholarship Team 2, Cheerleader 1, 2, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4. COATE, STEPHEN WILLIAM Class President 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, Boys' State 3, Varsity "M" Club 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. COX, PRISCILLA JEAN Office Worker 4. ' CRITZ, GREGORY DALE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Track 1, Golf 3, 4, Varsity "M" Club 4. II4 DAUM, JOHN ALLEN Football 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 4. DIVIDSON, THOMAS BERNARD DAVIS, RICHARD EUGENE DECA 3, 4, DECA President 4. DEFRANCES, PATRICK QUIRINO Class President 2, Class Treasurer 4, Class Vice-President 3, Class Reporter 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2, 3. DICKSON, JOHN HARLAN Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, TACA 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 3. DIETRICH, JAMES ALLEN FFA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. DOWLER, JANICE JUNE Library Work- er 2. DRIVER, DONNA RAE Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Schol- arship Team 1, 2, 3. ELICKER, HOPE ELAINE FBLA 2, FTA 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, TACA 2, 3, Volley- ball l, Track 1, Football 1, Student Council 1. ELLIS, DEBORAH KAY HOOD FBLA 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, TACA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Reserve Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheer- leader 3, Office Worker 3. ELVEY, PAMELA SUE Class Secretary 4, FBLA 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Attendant 4, TACA 2, 3, Reporter 3, Basketball 2, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, Assistant Student Director of the Junior Class Play 3, Reserve Cheerleader 1, 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Office Worker 4. ELSON, MICHAEL STEVEN Cross-Coun- try 4, Tennis 2, Science Club 3, 4, Dele- gate to Ohio Academy of Science and Hu- manities, Miami Scholarship Team 1, Sci-, ence Club Vice-President 4, Radio Club, Vice-President 4. FAGG, FREDDIE ROSS Football 1, Track 2, Wrestling 2, Fall Fair King 4, DECA 4, Vice-President 4. FELLERS, ROBERTA KAY Office Work- er 3, 4. FELTNER, PHILLIS ANN Library Work- er 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3. FLINT, JERRY HAROLD FOOTE, KAREN SUE FBLA 1. FOURMAN, CARL EDWARD FRIEDRICH, CYNTHIA ANNE GAA il, 4.Majorette 1, 2, Bulldog Bark Staff FURLONG, CATHLEEN JO FHA 1, FTA 2. FURLONG, STEVEN CRAIG Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Track 1, 2, 4. CANTNER, BRUCE ALAN Football 2, 3, Wrestling 2, JCOWA 4, National Hon- or Society 3, 4. GARBER, KAREN JOY Office Worker 3. GORDON, JANE LOUISE Class Treas- urer 3, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, JCOWA 4, Junior Class Play 3, Student Council 2, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Girls' State Rep- resentative 3, Vice-President of JCOWA 4, HALL, RONALD LEWIS Class Vice- President 4, Class Treasurer 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4, Student Council 4, Varsity "M" Club 4. HANGEN, DEBORAH LYNN Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, JCOWA 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Miami Scholarship Team 2. HARLEY, SHARON SUE Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, JCOWA 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2. HARRISON, EILEEN SUE GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, TACA 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. HEISEY, RONALD L. Class Historian 4, Football 1, 2, Science Club 3, 4, Mi- ami Scholarship Team 1, 3, Sergeant at Arms of Science Club 43, 4. HENMAN, CAROL LUCILLE HOEF, DOUGLAS ALLEN Chorus 1, 2. HOFFMAN, JOHN CHARLES Miami Scholarship Team 1, Varsity "M" Club 4. HONEYMAN, PHYLLIS ANN Chorus 1, Drill Team 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3, Office Worker 2, 4. HOOVER, JON ROBERT Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Miami Scholarship Team 3, IDDINGS, REBECCAXANN Chorus 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, TACA 2, 3, JCOWA 2, 3, Junior Class Play 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Mi- ami Scholarship Team 1, Sweetheart Hop Attendant 1, Office Worker 3, 4, GAA Freshman Representative 1, GAA Reporter 2, Secretary of Student Council, High School Musical 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, C0-Captain 4. KAUFFMAN, KEITH EUGENE Class President 1, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Football 1, Varsity "M" Club 4, FFA Parliamentarian. KELLY, LARRY ALLEN Basketball 1. KELLY, PATRICK J. Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Var- sity "M" Club 4. KEIFER, WILLIAM ALBERT Basketball 1, Track 2. KLEPINGER, ROSE MARIE Library Worker 45 Safety Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 4. KOPP, WAYNE ALLEN Basketball 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 45 Varsity "M" Club 45 TACA 3. LAMBERT, JOAN MARIE GAA 3, 45 TACA 25 Basketball 35 Volleyball 35 Foot- ball 45 Junior Class Play 35 Student Coun- ci 3, 45 Office Worker 4. LIGHTNER, LINDA JEANETTE Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Editor-In-Chief 45 Class Vice-President 25 Class Secretary 15 Class Reporter 35 Class Personal Accounts Treas- urer 45 Chorus 1, 25 High School Musi- cal 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Queen's Court 1, 2, 3, 45 TACA 2, 3, 45 TACA Treasurer 35 TACA President 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 35 Student Council 1, 3, 45 Reserve Cheerleader'25 Varsity Cheer- leader 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 GAA Secretary 4. LITTON, DAVID REED Wrestling 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3. LITTON, MARIE PEARL FECSKE' LONG, SUSAN ELAINE Chorus 1, 25 GAA 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 TACA 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 35 Miami Schol- arship Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Reserve Cheer- leader 15 Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 Girls' State Representative 35 Office Worker 45 JCOWA Reporter 25 JCOWA Public Re- lations 35.JCOWA Program Chairman 45 High School Musical. ONGENECKER, BERNIE B. Class Ser- geant-at-Arms 45 Junior Class Play 35 Foot- ball 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 3, 4. OPER, BRUCE WAYNE Basketball 1, 5 Track 15 DECA 3, 4. UKENS, EDWIN CHARLES Basketball , 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 45 ross-Country 45 Varsity "M" Club 4. AGATO, EUGENE CHARLES Football , 2, 3, 45 Track 45 JCOWA 3, 45 Varsity 'Mn Club 4. AXINING, DEBORAH KAY Chorus 15 1. ANSON, MARILYN KAY MILLER HA 1, 45 Office Worker 4. MCKEE, PATSY JO Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 TA 2, 3, 45 Safety Club 2, 35 President , 3. ILLER, TERRANCE ROBERT Wres- ling 2, 45 Football 1, 45 Track 1, 2, 45 arsity "M" Club 4. INNICH, JOY LYNN Class Secretary 5 Chorus 1, 25 FBLA 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, , 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Homecoming Queen 5 Homecoming Attendant 1, 2, 35 TACA 5 Majorette 1, 2, 35 Head Majorette 45 horus Librarian 15 President of FBLA 5 Vice-President of Student Council 35 resident 45 Student Council 3, 4. MOORE, GENEVA Glee Club 1, 25 Li- brary Worker 1, 2. MOTE, SCOTT RADABAUGH Class Vice-President 15 TACA 3, 45 Basketball 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Golf 1, 45 JCOWA 45 Student Council 2, 35 Varsity "M" Club 4. ODA, ROBERT EUGENE PASS, EDDIE DEAN TACA 35 Track 2. PATTERSON, PAMILA MAE PAULUS, WILMER J . FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. PERRY, BETTY JO BEVERLY Drill Team 45 FBLA 45 FHA 1, 2, 35 GAA 3, 45 Basketball 35 JCOWA 45 FHA Cheer Chairman 2. PHILLIPS, JOSEPH LEE Band 15 FTA 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 25 Track 1: Baseball 2, 3, 45 JCOWA 45 Reporter 45 Varsity "M" Club 4. PHILLIPS, MICHAEL JAY - FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 35 Football 1, 25 Student Council 15 Library Worker 1. PIERCE, DANIEL J. Tennis 1, 25 Sci- ence Club 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer 4. PEIRCE, TERRY LEE- Football 15 Base- ball 35 JCOWA 4. PLANTZ, MARLAN DAVID DECA 3, 4. POWELL, JOHN RAYMOND Chorus 35 TACA 35 Tennis 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Radio Club 3, 45 Varsity "M" Club 4. PRITCHARD, LINDA ARLIENE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Recreation Leader 25 Vice-President 35 President 45 Library Worker 4. PUTERBAUGH, CATHY RHOADES, JOHN FRANKLIN RUSSELL, SHIRLEY ANN FBLA 45 FHA 2, 3. SCHLEINITZ, GERALD LYNN Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Safety Club5 President 4. SCHWARTZ, TANNA SUE Drill Team 45 FBLA 45 GAA 1, 2, 35 National Hon- or Soeiety 3, 45 Basketball 25 JCOWA 2, 3, 45 Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2. SHAFFER, JESSE JOE FFA 2, 35 Sen- tinel 3. SHAURER, STELLA KRISTINE Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Student Direc- tor 45 FTA 1, 25 Chaplain 15 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Point Secretary 45 Homecoming Queen Attendant 45 TACA 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 JCOWA 2, 35 Junior Cass Play 35 Student Coun- cil 4. SHOCKEY, VELMA DEAN Chorus 1, 25 FBLA 25 FTA 2, 3. SHOCKEY, WILMA JEAN chorus 1, 25 FBLA 2g FTA 2, 3, 4. SILKNITTER, CAROLYN SUE FHA 3, 4. SMITH, LEE ROY FFA 15 Track 2. SMITH, VALERIA JEAN Drill Team 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 FBLA 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Basketball 35 Junior-Class Play 3. SNELL, ANNA JEAN DECA 3, 4. SPITLER, CONNIE SUE FHA 1, 25 DECA 3, 4. STAGER, DEBORAH JANE FTA 1, 2, 35 GAA 1, 25 TACA 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 25 DECA 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer 4. STICKEL, SUE ANN Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Class Historian 45 GAA 1, 2, 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Bas- ketball 15 JCOWA 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 35 Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. STOWE, JAMES LELAND Class Per- sonal Accounts Treasurer 35 Tennis 25 Junior Class Play 35 Miami Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. STROHM, GEORGE FRED Wrestling 15 Baseball 2, 35 Track 2, 35 JCOWA 45 Varsity "M" Club 4. SWIGART, GARY WAYNE FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. TALLMAN, THOMAS NICHOLAS Dra- matics Club 15 Spanish Club 35 French Club 15 DECA 45 Science Club 1, 25 Library Worker 1. TASKER, JOHN STEPHEN Class Treas- urer 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity "M" Club 4. THOMPSON, JOHN ALLEN Basketball 1, 25 Student Director of the Junior Class Play 3. THOMPSON, VERA FAYE Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 4. UNDERWOOD, RODNEY LINN DECA 3, 4. WAGNER, MORNA SUE Annual Staff 45 Business Manager 45 Class Vice-Presi- dent 45 JCOWA 3, 45 Junior Class Play' 3. WERTS, VIRGINIA ANN WHEELOCK, JOHN CLYDE FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Reporter 3, 4. WILLIAMS, BOBBY GENE FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 TACA 15 Freshman Manager 15 Track 15 Junior Class Play 35 Science Club 15 Library Worker 25 Varsity Track Manager 45 FFA Chaplain 3, 4. WOLFE, WILLIAM LEE Wrestling 15 Radio Club 45 JCOWA 35 Science Club 45 Miami Scholarship Team 3. WOLFORD, GERALD FRANKLIN WOODDELL, JANET ELAINE FHA 1, 2, 35 JCOWA 25 Safety Club 2, 3, 45 Secre- tary 25 Treasurer 3, 45 FFA County Offi- cer 3. WOODS, WILLIAM HUBERT Football 1. WRIGHT, SHIRLEY MARIE HAMLER Class Secretary 35 FBLA 3, 45 President 45 Sentinel 35 TACA 25 JCOWA 25 Stu- dent Council 1, 25 Miami Scholarship Team 15 Reserve Cheerleader 15 National Honor Society 4. YOUNCE, MICHAEL LEE Chorus 1. I I5 V , ef, ' Q " 4. C 49 4L a ig Q 'Qt 1 QI 2 If ,. ll 45 ia , P 7: 1 'Y .. v ,ww k , 'A Q 4' 5-f gl -.CN nil i 55.149 ,lg 1 lllll 5 'milf S V .5 J K'-' M w . S, H xi I ff X3.. 1 we N PL iii mv if xx1"f.r.fQf3 enmf w m XJ!!! Q fav' 4 J uv w- ,,f' n 5.-.axx51Sl"5 'B . ' gt ll XNX .7 I 1 S si gg S xg at -18 vm 0 V A Xu -z E 3 W "' 'l. 3. V ' V' ' '1- Qc , N? ax .ff .4 L 'B 15. E- . Q, I - . Y . -9 J. B , t iq Ag 11- I p' ' ' 1 - Q Q I: .X .42 ".g.7i'?l 1 1 f. xr- ' 'X 4 , tw no 3, if ' g. ' ,pg , XS' -OV s I S 3 Pam and Rick have learned that BARNES SOHIO STATION in West Milton, Ohio ist the best place to "fill 'em up !" H8 E 5 N Terry, Itch, and "John Deerei' know the value of shopping at HINE'S HARDWARE in Union, Ohio. , Pat and Sharon have learned to "leave the driving to them," at R. W. NORRIS OLDS, West Milton, Ohio. f J A eelv ,543 "Cheers, to the good food at the BULLDOG PIZZA in West Milton, Ohio!" say Jude, Janie, Sue, and Tanna. Virginia demonstrates the fast and courteous ser- vice at ,lAX's CHUCK WAGON in West Milton, Ohio. For a perfect Whole-in-one" everytime shop PHOTO- SPORTS CENTER in West Milton, Ohio for all your golfing supplies. Ask the :'pros" Pat and Susan. Bill and Bruce fight the battle of the bargains at SCRANTON'S ICA of West Milton, Ohio. H. A. Powell Studios Official Seniors and Yearbook Photographers Ph. 223-9061 Dayton, ohio H f"i-,1f1f',f4:' t- . Lk," , .-xi -..,. Qlvfnl-,e i Q S K 1 H J" t J " :2 7 v., - 4 .-, WV in he-5 ' I-nv? fi ' Cal Baird, a familiar sight around Milton, takes pictures of our school life. II9 r 71 ig ll 2 c 4 2 tl G - 3 Vg 1 ' 1 i . . A '1 j 1 i , I , Q . -N -mini:-I 1 "3 -Y -A I. ' .f-" iff'- ,f- . , '3 Bonnie and Clyde, alias Dave and Marie, set up a savings account where they know it will he protected, at MILTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN, West Milton, Ohio. , is! H ll I W. r ix I I l , Happiness is a professional h a i 1' c u t at ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP in West Mil- When times is of importance remember MONTGOMERY"s WATCH SERVICE, West ton, Ohio. Milton, Ohio. I 20 H A M LE R I S INSURANCE AGENCY in West ' Milton promises much more efficient service than shown here. Terry and Itch take their place in the line for the delicious food at ENGLEWOOD INN in' Englewood, Ohio. ,rw -..,,.- W... Wy., ' , I 515 W John and .loc wait for Susan to "bowl them over" at WEST MILTON LANES, West Mil- ton, Ohio. For the best in quality and design, visit TROIAN HOUSE OF CARPETS in Troy, Ohio. Em rff V V I- ' Imwffllll F M F' W 3 , I S' S f . -O .Q fits' -- 'W 1 ll V1 ' gfx1-.:E"" K Wr,,.:,.,.,., -1 W. ,,pass2J14EfsfgE1"if,, y 7' 'hsl fe ? I ' N lf r 4 ' .- E. ' is ' .Q 5 M lg: s , 4' - Z . 1 ':E'if"A ,grin M I my is 3 O., , UQ l 1 D' I John becomes a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde right before Debbie's eyes at KEN'NY'S REXALL DRUGS, West Mil- ton, Ohio. I2I ll i q ,atv-gbffttv Janet and Debbie will enjoy leisure gardening with supplies from MILTONVGARDEN CENTER on Emerick Road. JC Congratulations, Class of '68. Start your career with confidence by enrolling in a modeling course at SISSON SCHOOL OF CHARM in Englewood, Ohio. J1fL""' . 5 9 .5 'll' A fy '. 'ws C X 4? . f Happiness is sharing a milkshake. Ask Eileen, Jon, and Johnny who go to the DAIRY QUEEN in West Milton, Ohio. Yates Realt - West Milton, Ohio l22 When you have a question about what Chevy to buy, go to IVICGRAW CHEVROLET in Troy, Ohio. They have all the answers. li IF I i 1:2 H ' ' . I 4y..,, . in n Q. f .fl e,y Ill i lll f I I I 1. i J , II ya . A ll, I 1 . fr f"""' Q-15 I ,L v eee e I I eeu f All people who drive V.W.,s know that PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION in Troy, Ohio is the place to save. Here is displayed the wonderful selection of sofas and chairs at SHADE'S FURNITURE in West Milton, Ohio. The staff at PATTERSON'S FLORISTS of West Milton, Ohio stand by ever ready to serve you. GENE KLEATHER and his secretaries provide fast and efficient insurance help for all their customers. I23 BURIAL VAULTS Coate as 0 West Milton, Ohio SEPTIC TANKS 7.7'--r-'--'f'1-- ' Ml'-M GRILL The shiny red ball beckons you to good eating at M8zM GRILL in West Milton, Ohio. . Ll!,E9.!',5,,l5,E'iL'5?I-Q ef SERYICING-V. 'Phone 6986945 Bernie and Susan know where to go for dependable electric service at WEST MILTON ELECTRIC COMPANY. Joy and Valerie survey the wide array of fashions at the VILLAGE DRESS SHOPPE in West Milton, Ohio. I ' an .N - .: . I Father and daughter discuss the benefits of doing business with P R I T C H A R D ' S INSURANCE AGENCY in Ludlow Falls, Ohio. For service with a smile, see John and Melanie at VILLAGE INN of West Milton, Ohio. Joy and Shirley display what helps you grow big and strong from ROYAL CREST DAIRY in West Milton, Ohio. l25 qv .Q.fBQflT 'f fl 5 gh-v. gd-If ,Jvq J Fl yusfll wcsfA.lszTMEN-r HOUSEWARE INFANTS S FURNITURE If E4 L'if.'-i- I FAMOUS STORES pride themselves in expanded lines in women's and children's clothing and low prices. FAMOUS STORES in Troy, Ohio. S .f'i+,+'tf'?5'5's'?li53.!gfi5Ifi El 1 fi 5ri74Y"'Ff! V ., .---.-,- -Wm .wry -. ,, l Y 31- 'nu iff, ,, 3 if 1 Y E --J Kristie and Mel will walk a long way for the bar- Shirley, Susan, and Joy contemplate the seafaring gains at ENGLEWOOD PHARMACY, Englewood, bargains at BONNER EZELL'S in West Milton, Ohio. Ohio- I26 .L ,Rx 1 ' ,if M I 3' Excavaiing-Bulldozing A W so Basemenis-Farm Ponds r 1112 +--if Land Clearing Wafermain-Sewer lnsfallaiion All Grades of Washed Sand and Gravel Troy-332-3506 W. Milion-698-4 I 96 Dayfon-222-3 I 3 I When Ford "HAS A BETTER IDEA", be sure to see the Fords at DONALDSON FORD, Troy, Ohio. . 4 Y V K A . .1 - V W K -, K - ln 1 K. lr X- . ,X X ., A '-4 . X Y, . X. f.,, ie, i1 J, D ff -R T, "" I , .. .r . V vi- 1 Y 4-ii. T Ss ' .x, AA - f I A- A ' df of . r -L ii I E 1 1 l I 1 1 The proud new wing of the West Milton United Church of Christ is only one of Wilbur Beetley's successful contracting jobs. When building, contract WILBUR BEETLEYQ Contractor and Builder. l27 Mrs. Fleming and Mrs. Brandt keep business run- ning smoothly at ARNOLD INSURANCE AGENCY in West Milton, Ohio. ll? Jan Strawser is receiving the Harold Huston trophy as the most outstanding senior vocational Agricul- ture student. For all your office and school supplies go to BROW- ER'S STATIONERS in Troy, Ohio. I28, For the best pizza and party snacks, "cart it away" from BURGIN'S PIZZA in Englewood, Ohio. For a never ending selection of men's fashions go to LONGENDELPI-IER'S MEN'S STORE, Troy, Ohio. -a W At 4:05 or any time is a good time to buy your jewelry at KOLTER'S in Troy, Ohio. A . A, . ,K X. ima S. 5 'FU .2153 "-TT'T1"f"'91 ,SAA w::3+'-fm if -. .,- , L '14!Jg', 4.31154 . f :, T 19-f . -k 4- 1 ' 'H V v - ' 'f L. ENGE 1 Q 1 J' dl 447' xv' ,. - '-Pif 1 225.3 155.1 32-f 353-Y, ' . 5 14 TAN.. " Q64 v x .f .1 ns Q , Q 4, .ixisf-1 'R ' 'f3"f',--v -,', ' Q, A ffl 8 ark, p A J h. guy - 1,9 1' - Z-, .--'U-. "at, .ld . , , , , . ' , . f Steineris Read Mix West Milton, Uhio -af- 'Q ,-. r Pat makes himself comfortable on the supply of lumber at the WEST MILTON LUMBER COM- PANY. Clyde Hines is hard at work bringing efficient busi- ness to his clients of OHIO NATIONAL LIFE IN- SURANCE of West Milton, Ohio. if ' Sm: UHF At the sign of the Dino in West Milton you will find good service at MEL,S SINCLAIR. mel ,ll SSTAIISF' ' 'SFR 4 .,i-- ' Andrus, ,L -. Danny demonstrates the "heights" in savings, at BSIB SUPER VALU in West Milton, Ohio. Janie, Jude, Sue, and Tanna admire the plentiful selection at KROPLIN'S IEWELERS, West Milton, Ohio. I30 Hale-Sarfver Funeral Home West Milton, Ohio Don and Dielc's New and Used Merchandise Mart We Buy-Sell- Trade West Milton, Uhio was rv There is alwa s somethin "fish " oin on at Y g Y 5 5 TROY AQUARIUM CENTER in Troy, Ohio. First in banking, first in savings, first in trust, see FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COM- PANY at West Milton, Ohio. For diving into the most fun-filled summer there is no place like MILLER'S GROVE SWIMMING POOL in West Milton, Ohio. I3I The Morgan House-kettiers sing, "MORGAN HOUSE, MORGAN HOUSE, for the best food you can getf' in Englewood, Ohio. P' rind Iii 7:22 1-in is ' - tm: ,..,,.. I 5 1 1 Sorry Becky and Jeanne, they're closed for the sea- son, but they'll be open again in the spring, serving their delicious food. WEST MILTON INN, West Milton, Ohio. Take all your television repairs to BAKER'S T.V. 81 RADIO in West Milton, Ohio. I32 Under the expert direction of Editor, John Ball, Phyl and Donna learn all about the WEST MIL- TON RECORD in West Milton, Ohio. ffvn -Y-' 'V'-' i f -'I , ,, e N iii x ass 'i rn- ' . , 1 1 x uf., ,, -1 I For friendly, fast service, see Roy Thompson at the SHELL STATION in West Milton, Ohio. What better spokesman for COATE BROS. SER- VICE than from a Coate brother himself. For the widest selection of fashionable carpets, visit MONTGOMERY WARD in Troy, Ohio. UI-ILMAN,s offers you the best selection in mer- chandise from ready-to-wear to sports equipment. UI'ILMAN's is located in Troy, Ohio. L A For golfing and summertime fun go to WENG's DRIVING RANGE in West Milton, Ohio. . we is l ,, ' . Q V. -ua. M l.- ills M Z' :if f Q'-ilrfzse Tllis tum 'Qi-:ll -'1,.1 w5',l'? Ui, ly A V., ,gg .,..J as ., .H -w.ls,., ,pau - ,t K' R- . nn.-4 I ,X ' yr- fr, ..,.g was-.'l,fL"i - semi--1Q,:-'uf.y1"'s' 1, P V w li- if .-We , gifs, A-,mill '.,s2IIs,'w szxi-uq:.ll1Q"1s ,H ,Q y,-':f.a2Hv"1f,' --,.,,.?-,p 'll J' , 11ws....'-gg lug? up-,,ll5..,.1..m I full" .9 .1 --7 N L,-Q gl. yr' , 'y7rLL:..4::,--1",.-.fu , ,Q J' ..m ,L W, .,,.1, ,W up but mm. I.. .,l ll? U!.,qg,,,f. m4,4,v,,X, ,.,.. W, .,.m..,,H.,,.,, ... ,. M, W l' uf 'rv-fl W'l.Ew SAME LH M -'ws 'Ez Illia ,,f'2'fw lu. ll' vi 'fn' ll . -.M H Hr. gg, agfg-1n'fff if 'ml,zEQ.lfg' rf ,, 'g1...'f'l'l ,mf Fl my fl I-as iff .r "V'Pl'-.II'Lf.i-fi, u 1' ,S , ' E p 3 ,- 'LI ,H L w Zppiii e : GOLF These managers appear to be "up in the air" about the fun at PATIO PAR-TEE GOLF in Troy, Ohio. 'flCv'!l0ns For all your sewing needs come to J. C. PENN'EY's in Troy, Ohio for the best selection. I33 Dinner-Bell Meats Eckert Packing C0 De tance Ohio YOUNT'S CLOTHING AND SHOES . - . ' jj .V ,jliii gr -.ew ,NJA - i Roy H. Miller Funeral Home ,34 West Milton, Ohio .f I ,. , VA,k Y,,,.1 - ' R wsmptsays if t ,hawk f USED, A , l tariff fm ' -of 1 Vp is gg , ,h :1a..i1.- ft A , l rn" is' pm. , p . Tipp City and Milton students alike, appreciate the values of a good deal at WAMPLER's MOTOR SALES 1n Tipp City, ohio. One short year has been stored behind everyone's mind attending MU during the 1967-1968 school year. Although it was one short year, it was the main objective of the annual staff to capture as many pictures as possible of the people at Milton. A special thanks is due to Mrs. Joan Gibson and the annual staff. Without them this yearbook would not have been. A very grateful thanks goes to Morna Wagner's father. Without his unselfish help many pictures in his book would not be possible. Linda Lightner Editor-In-Chief Zn NORTHMONT MAIN PRESCRIPTIONS FURNITURE COMPANY Englewood Ohlo .TQ SLIM sl DONS Troy OhIo JEANS DRESS SHOP PHILLIPS 66 ' A ""'. T Englewood 01110 A , Troy Ohlo fa f MABELL'S FASHIONS West Mzlton Oluo DICKEY'S CLEANERS West Mllton Oluo LAIR S MARKET E. T. PEARSON, M.D. West Mllt0H, Oluo West Milton, Ohio V. J. CARROLL West Mllton, Ohio C. E. STOUT, M.D. West Mxlton, Ohlo .MSI so ,, if - -1, LINE Union, Ohio l RICHARDSON S Troy, Ohl0 W0LF'S D. 8. 13. VARIETY 81 SUNOCO HARDWARE SERVICE Englewood, Ohio West Milton, Ohio POLLY'S J. L. HAMMON SANDWICH M. D. SHOP West Milton Tipp City, S. J. RUDY 81 SONS, INC. Ludlow Falls Ohio WARD J ONES INC. Laura. Ohlo ROARK S Laura, Ohio LARSEN'S BODY SHOP Englewood, Ohio my WILLIAM GIN N West Milton, Ohio Ohio A. W. DeFRANCES, West Mllton, Ohio R. W. HOLMES West Milton, Ohlo BERGER'S LUMBER CO. Englewood, Ohio 38, 81 Acton, Mark . . . Acton, Shelly ..... A 33, Albaugh, Marilyn .... . . . Aldora, Gary ...... . . Allen, Becky .... Allison, Charles . . . Allison, Richard ....... Altenherger, Sheryl Antonides, David . . . . . . . Applegate, Leroy . Armentrout, Craig . . . . . . Armstrong, Colby . 33, Karen .... . . . 31, 37, Arnett, Ellen ..... Arnett, Arnett, Mary .... Arnett, Amold, Index to Students Bowman, Steve .... Bowser, Donna . . . . Bowser, George Bowser, Sandra . . Boyd, Larry ..... Brame, Belinda . . . Brame, Patty ..... Breidembach, David 78,79 36,78 . ....... 35, 33, 81 32, 33, 34, 93 85 29, 33, 42, 81 ........ 33,93 5, 36, 43, 85 Brandt, Barbara ..... . . . 29, 38, 41 Brewer, Jim ....... Brewer, Marilyn .. Brill, Becky ..... Brown, Ed .... Brown, Jay . . . 42, 85 44, 85 Brown, Mary .... Brown, Mike .... 29,93 40,44, 38,85 78 . .... ..... 7 8 53, 55, 53, 78 Cress, J oe .... Cripe, Critz, Cross, Crow, David ....... 37, 52, 57, 55, 70, Greg ............ 60, 61, 62, 95 Verlin 70, 27, 37, 43, 44, 35 David ........................ Cunnagin, Terry Darst, Daum, Daum, Daum, Robert . . . Joe .... John ..... Virginia . . . . Patricia .......... . .... Bailey, Don Baisden, Dan .... Baird, Janice . . . . Baker, Bruce .... Baker, Denise .... Baker, Jerry . . . Baker, Karne .... Baker, Robert .... Banks, Linda .... Barga, Betty .... Mary 81 81 73. 52, 85 56, 8 42, 7 43, 7 68, 95 32, 3 9 41, 7 34, 7 3 42, 9 , 8 , 8 28, 8 73, 8 41, 7 67, 8 Dickey, Debra ...................... 8 50, 9 35, 9 39, 8 39, 4 40, 8 38, 8 34, 8 33, 3 I 41, 7 78, 8 43, ' 58, 7 58, 6 58, 7 43, 5 47, ' I 40, : 59, ' 64, 1 34 Barnes, Buddy . . . Barnes, Don ..... Barnes, Rebecca . . . Barnhart, Sherri .. Bass, David .... Becher, Gary ..... Belden, Kathryn . . . Bernheisel, Fred . . . 37, 33, 41, B 23, 33, 53, 53, Bernheisel, Robert . . . . . Berrey, Pat ..... Berry, Christina .... ...--... Berry, Julie ........... 36, Besecker, Ronda . ...... 36, Besecker, Ronda Best, Kevin ..... 38, ' 38 Biggs, Rebecca ..... . . . Bishop, Martha .... Blackmore, Art .... Blackmore, Kirk . . . Blanton, Jerry . . . Bliss, Jan ........ Bodiker, Don ...... 31, 37, 81 . l . ' 34 Brown, Terry .... ............ 7 8 . I I 81 Brown, Vickie ..... ....... 34 , 78 43 81 Brumbaugh, Gene . . . .... 42, 93 Y Brumbaugh, Joyce . . . . . . 34, 78 Bryson, Mike .... ---- 4 2 Buckner, Dale . . . - - - - 78 Buckner, Dewey . . ---- 78 Buckner, Thelma . . . ........ . . 78 ' ' ' Burnside, Dixie . . . ........ . . . . 93 Burnside, Phil..... ....53,66,67,81 55, 78 42, 78 33 33, 92 C 1 Davidson, Tom Davis, Karen .... Davis, Linda .... Davis, Marsha .. Davis, Richard .... . . .... 52, D 33, 34,- Deaton, Melinda ............. 34, 38 DeFrances, Mike ........ 59, 66, 67, 70 DeFrances, Rick .. 43, 52, 54, 55, 57, 70 Dehus, Roger . . . DeMint, Del ...... 67, 66, 92, 95, 11 35, Develbiss, Robin .... ....... 2 7, Dick, Joe ................. 52, 66, Dickson, John . . . 4, 27, 29, 37, 43, Dietrich, Jim ...... Diley, Judy .. Dillon, Connie . . . Dillon, Lynne .... Dix, Georgia . . . Dohner, Jon .... Dohrman, Kathy . . . Dolby, Carol .... Dowler, Janice Dowler, Joyce . . . Drees, Harold . . . Driver, Donna . . . Driver, Wayne .... Dues, Gary ...... Eastridge, Geraldine Eastridge, Larry . . . Eickmeyer, Jenny .. Elicker, Hope ..... Elleman, Eddie .... Ellis, Debbie . . . Bohse, Mary Ann .... . . . Booher, Kenny ..... Boos, Rick .... 36, Bouck, Connie ............... Bowman, Brad ..... 70, 43, 52, Bowman, Robyn .............. l38 38, 81 Caddy, Judy ...... 32, 38, 42, 43, 93, 118 Callicoate, Sharon Skenes 94 ....78 Campbell, Tim 68, 81 Carroll, Bill ....... 33, 43, 59, 70, 94, 107 68, 78 Carveth, Jean .... .... 2 8, 38, 87, 85, 40 ......92 Cassell,Pat.... .........28,36,85 33, 81 Castle, Sandra . . . .......... 42, 81 Cavender,Mike.... 64, 81 Chaffin, Sharon . . . ........ 39, 81 . . . . 78 Chappie, David . . . . . . . 70, 44, 52, 85 67, 81 Chappie, John ..... ..... 7 0, 53, 81 43, 78 Christian, Charles .... ............ 7 8 . . . . 78 Clinefelter, Diane . . . . . . . 32, 40, 39, 85 34, 85 Coate, Barry .............. 37, 53, 64, 81 50, 81 Coate, Jim ................... 52, 57, 85 50, 81 Coate, Malinda ..... 26, 27, 41, 42, 43, 50 41, 81 Coate, Melanie ..... 37, 40, 4-3, 47, 50, 95 ------35 Coate,Rex...............27,44-,45,85 43, 92 Coate, Steve ... 52, 54, 55, 57, 50, 61, 62, . . . . . . 78 68, 69, 94, 43, 92, 107 52, 81 Coatney, Bill .... ................. 8 5 60, 85 Collins, Clyde . . . . . . . 81 70, 81 Colthar, Steve . . . . . . . 35 Colther, Bill ..... .... 6 8 Conner, Teresa .... .... 8 1 Cook, Ed ....... .... 7 8 Copper, Bertha . . . Cooper, Elisha . . . Coppess, Karen ........ 28, 36, 40, 43, 85 Cox, Priscilla . . . Cress, Jennifer .... 78 Elson, Elson, Elvey, Elvey, Engle, Engle Engle Etter, 9 Amie 31, ....27,23, ...42, 7o,33,33, 33, E I"Q.1Q'37Q'41', 4 23,37,44, Mike . . . ......... 70, 33, B111 ......... 70, 37, 42, 52, A Pain ,.. 24- Elaine .... Richard . . . Winifred . . . Cheryl .... 1 32, 40, 39, 37, 50, 1 30,37,40,:' n ..... , ' 29,4-2, 32, 34,86 72, 29, 53, 65, 79 Sverhart, Mark F Tagg, Freddie. .... Tarrar, Crystal . . . I' L fine, J P Tisher, Tellers, fellers, eltner, Eetters, ields, Bobbie Sharon Phyllis . . . Maria . . . Linda .... .ine, Doris .. eff .... .ine, John . . . Vine, Karen . . . . . Beth Tisher, Daniel ....... Heddeyjhann, Cynthia flint, Jerry ...... . . . 86 Fogle, Mitchell . . . fogle, Monty .... Foote, Karen .... Eoote, Nicky .... 'oote, Norman rost, Gary lourman, Carol .... ortener, Karen . . . oster, Tom ...... ourman, Eddie .. rady, Shela . .. rantz, Denny rantz, Peggy ..... riedrich, Cindy ..... urlong, Cathy . . . urlong, Darrell . . . urlong, Jane .. urlong, Steve .... 33, 38, 64, 82 34,42,97 32,97,103 78 97 78 32,86 .. 27, 28, 36, 41, 82 .........29,73,82 .......53,63,73 29, 36, 41,82 23, 37, 44, 45, 86 35,86 28, 33, 34, 86 .. ............ 97 86 72,78 82 ....23, 36, 43, 82 ........41, 78 ...52, 70,86 97 52, 60, 63, 86 .....50, 39,80 ...47, 97 ...35, 78 97 ....35,53,73 78 33, 98 G antner, Bruce .................. 43, 98 arber, Joy ........................ 98 eist, Cinde ..... 5, 27, 36, 41, 43, 50, 82 . ..... 34, 82 ilbert, Linda . inn, Bob .... Klepinger, Tom . .............. lauser, ordon, ordon, Gary . . . Bob ........ James ...... 32, 41, 82 68,82 29,78 .. 33, 33,43, 86, 85 58,65, 78, 79 ordon, Janie . . 31, 36, 43, 47, 98, 107, 118 oudy, Wanda John ..... .... rant, reen, Danny .. reen, Pam ..... reen, Rodger reen, Sharon .... regg, Debra . ross, Bob .... uthrie, Bob .. ahn, ....... .... . ..34, 41, 78 72, 29, 33, 43, 78 82 ...41, 78 78 82 29, 42, 53, 64, 68, 82 H Dale .... 86 Hahn, Sharon .... Hainline, Trudy .... Hale, Emma Jean .... Hall, Barry ..................... 35, 79 Hall, Charlene ....... Hall, Ron .. 27, 52, 55, Hammann, Don . . . . . . Hammon, Jim . . . . . . Haney, Ron ..... Hangen, Debbie .... Hangen, Michele ....... Hanson, Dottie ........ Harley, Sharon .... 36, Harrison, Eileen . . . . Hart, Carol ...... . . Hart, Eugene ..... .... Hart, Gary ........ Hawse, Donna .... Hawse, Roy .... 38 Heckman, Eston . . . Heisey, David .. . Heisey, Paul .... Heisey, Ron . . . Hellard, Dale .... 42, Helsinger, Kurt ...... Helstern, Marjorie . Hemmerich, Kathy . Hemmerich, Paula . Henman, Carol . .. Herkins, Bill .... Herman, John . . . Hewitt, Jim ..... Hicks, Sheila ...... Hildebrand, Larry . Hines, Dennis . . . . . Hines, Patty ..... Hinkle, Cary .... Hinkle, Sherry . . . Hinkle, Velva .. Hobbs, Glenn .... Hoff, Doug .... Hoff, Phullis . . . Hoffman, John . . . Hogle, Dennis ..... 31 Hoisington, Larry .... Honeyman, Jane . . . Honeyman, Phyllis . . . 34,41,79 42,86 32,82 57, 60, 61, 70, 92, 98 60, 63,81 82 86 28, 36, 43, 98 36, 37, 40, 85, 86 37, 42, 43, 38, 99, 118 26,40,99 79 70, 43, 59, 81, 82 29,43,82 79 53, 66, 67, 70, 82 32,82 79 33, 92, 99 59, 66, 67, 79 72, 29, 66, 67, 79 29, 36, 40, 86 36, 37, 41, 43, 82 ..........40, 86 99 79 35,79 79 34,79 ....32 79 34,79 73,82 79 27, 37, 86 99 29,34,79 ....59, 99 35,79 32, 33, 82 31, 32, 100 41, 79 66, 67, 73, 79 James ...................... 82 Hoover, Dena ...... Hoover, Donn .... Hoover, Hoover, Jon .......... Hoover, Mike .. 27, 36, Horner, Michall ....... Horner, Nellie .... Hornick, Scott . . . Howell, Anna .... Huber, Jo Ellen .... Hufford, Christine .... Hughes, Jean ...... Humbert, Debbie . . . Humphrey, Betty . . . Humphrey, Bill .... Hurley, Brenda . 28, 100 43, 59, io, 81, 82 .......L.....86 42,79 35,82 ., ...... 79 38,41,79 36,4-0,86 ......41, 82 41,79 31,39,40,86 29, 43, 86 38,41,82 Hurley, Linda ..... Hurley, Rodger Huston, Steve .... lddings, Karen ........ lddings, Rebecca .... 38,41,82 29, 44, 86 73,82 36, 37, 38, 43, 41 27, 32, 40, 100, 113 Imperial, Bill ................... 73, 86 Jackson, Beth .... Jay, Jim ....... Johnston, Bob .... Jones, Linda . . . Jones, Martin . . . Jones, Maurine . . . Jones Nelson . . . Jones Richard .... Jones, Steve .... Jordon, Peggy .... Judd, Sharon . . . K Karns, Peggy . . . Kauffman, Bev .... Kauffman, Keith . . . Keener, Chuck .... Kelly, Diana 44,66,67,36 27,43,53, 73, 79 34,79 57,68,79 79 ....32 29,79 ....42, 86 79 34, 82 31,41,31,32 35, 100 86 . ................. 82 Kelly, Larry ....................... 100 Kelly, Pat ........ Kershner, Curt .... Kessler, Karen ..... . . . . Kiefer, Bill .... Kiefer, Cora ..... Kindel.l, Bruce ..... Kinnison, Priscilla ..... Kinsey, Nancy ...... Kinsey, Tom ..... 52, 55, 66, 67, 70, 100 44,45 28, 36, 40, 43, 86 . ........... 101 34,79 ...............36 31, 37, 40, 38, 86 37,40,44,36 Kiser, Lois ............... 32, 42, 41, 82 28, 36, 37, 44, 86 33, 44, 83 Klabunde, Kathy ....... Klabunde, Mark .... Klepinger, Bobbie Klepinger, Rose ............. 32, 33, 101 Klipstine, Kris ..... Knife, Dale ....... Knife, Donald ...... Knife, Scott ......... Kochersperger, Greg Koether, Sandra ..... Koether, Steve .... Kopp, Wayne ,. . Kopp, Winston .... Krug, Richy .... L 29, 64, 83 27, 28, 40, 50, 86, 87 83 ...86 ...86 86 79 70,52,55,101 72,58,79 Lainhart, Veronica .... . . . 79 I39 Lambert, Joan .... Lambert, Rita .... Lane, Arthur . . . Lane, Debbie ..... Lane, Raymond . . . Lavey, Greg .... Lavey, Rick .... Layer, Vivian . . . Level, Teresa ......... Libengood, Debbie .... Lighlner, Linda . 4, 26, 27, 37, 40, 50, Little, Cindy ..... .... Litton, David . . . Litton, Marie ....... Lockard, Robert ...... Long, Vicki ...... 27, 32, 40, 101 83 79 ...,29, 41, 79 ..... .83 .......33 .......37 41,79 .......27, 41,79 41,83 92, 101 .........41, 79 52, 55, 101 ........102 Long, Susan ..... 4, 32, 36, 40, 43, 47, 50, Longenecker, Bernie Longenecker, Cheryl Steve Longenecker, Loper, Bruce ...... Loper, Carol .. . Loper, Chris .... Loper, Johnnie .... Lorton, Sandy . . . Loving, Sandra .... Lukens, Eddie .... Lucous, Jerry . . . M Magato, Dale .... Magato, Gene ...... Manning, Debbie .. Manson, Marilyn .. Martindale, James ..... Martindale, Yvonne . . . . Martzell, Doug .... Mathis, Viola ..... McCarroll, Larry . . . McCowen, Lynette . McCray, Dave McCray, Paul ..... 102,107 66, 67, 92, 102 .......41, 79 .......37 ....42, 102 .......37 .......33 35,79 37,39,33 38,83 70,59, 102 ..........37 .... 58, 65, 68, 69, 79 70, 52, 54, 56, 102 .........47, 102 .........34,103 58, 65, 68, 69, 79 33,87 41 .......33 42,79 .......33,52,37 29,79 McDonald, Nancy ...... 28, 36, 44, 40, 87 McDonald, Ruth .......... 38, 42, 43, 79 McDowell, Jerry .... McGuire, Joe ..... McGuire, Wanda .... McKee, Pat ....... McLain, Carol .... McMillan, Doug .... McNelly, Jeff .... McNe11y, Jill . . . Messer, Roger .... Milleri Brenda .... Miller, Larry .... Miller, Lynn .... Miller, Joy ...... Miller, Steve J. . .. Miller, Steve E. ..........33 70, 33, 83 23, 34, 39, 87 38, 42, 103, 118 83 58, 79 , ........ 79 32, 39, 40 .......33 34,83 72,65,79 23,41,43,79 .......41, 83 66,79 ..........67, 79 Miller, Terry ..... 52, 54, 66, 67, 103, 118 l4O Minkner, Bruce Minnich, Joy . . Minnich, Randy .. Mishler, Candy . . . 70, 36, 52, 87 25, 27, 30, 39, 40, 103 Moore, Geneva .... Moore, Larry ..... Morris, Charles . . . Morris, Deborah .... Morris, B111 ........ Mote, Dennis ..... Mote, Scott 36 Mote, Vicki ...... Mowry, Rick ..... Mueller, Rick .... Mullins, Debby .... Mumma, Joy .... Nartker, Paul ......... Neff, Vicki ....... Netzley, Carol .. 5, Netzley, Scott ......... Netzley, Shelton . . . Niles, Jim ...... Nollner, Susan . . Oakes, Darrel . . . Obum, Karla ..... O'Conner, Nancy .. Oda, Bob ........ Oda, Sheryl ..... O'Dell, Joan ...... Csbome, Matthew Outland, John ..... Overbay, Gary . . . Owens, Roger Pass, Eddie ..... Patterson, Pam .. . Patterson, Susan .. Paulus, Arleen .... Paulus, Eileen .... Paulus, Sheryl Paulus, Tim ..... Paulus, Wilmer .... Peed, Debbie ..... Pequignot, Belinda Pequignot, Kathy. . 52,57,37 50, 85, 87, 39 83 .,..83 79 35,87 . ............. 23, 83 37, 52, 54, 57, 73, 103 27, 31, 41, 42, 79 35,79 N 80 34,42,80 32, 33, 40, 87 64,83 27, O P Percifull, Dewana . . . Perry, Betty Jo . . . 36, 40, 43, 50, 81, 83 ..........29, 83 ...72, 58,80 38,87 32,83 65,80 .....29,33 36, 38, 40 103 34,80 ...36, 40, 87 ........37 29, 70, 83 35,80 ...53, 80 104 104 80 38,87 38, 87 33, 41, 83 52, 87, 60 35,104 42, 43, 87 ........37 ........41, 80 34, 80 . . .. 36, 39, 40, 104 Petitjean, Herbert . . . Phillips, John . . Phillips, Joe . . . -Phillips, Linda .... Phillips, Mike . . . 33,43,30 83 ... 36, 42, 68, 104 41,83 35,104 Philpot, Paul ..... Pierce, Danny .... Pierce, Glenda Pierce, Patty . . . Pierce, Terry . . . Plantz, Marian Polson, Dick .... ........... Polson, Mike . . . ........ . . . . Pool, Jonathon ........ 42, 52, 60 Powell, John ...... 33, 60 Pritchard, Linda ....... Puterbaugh, Sue .... .... 2 8, Puterbaugh, Kathy .. Randell, Becky .... Randell, Jeff .... Ray, Robert . . . Ream, Kim .... Reck, Denise .... Reisert, 72, 31, Karen ............ 30, 41, Rhoades, Kathy 28, 32, 36, 37, Rhoades, Steve Rhoads, John .... Rhoads, Rhoads, Larry .. Sharon .... Ridings, Eddie Ridings, Ronnie . . . Rohr, Joyce ..... Rohrer, Jeannie . Rohrer, John ...... Rothroff, Mark . . . Rohrer, John .... Rotroff, Mark .... Rudy, Bill . .. Rue, Gerald . . . Rue, Keith ..... Russell, Shirley . . . Sanders, Barry .... Sanders, Monte .... Sarver, Jim . . . . . Schaub, Sandy .... Scheaffer, Mike . . . Schilling, Bob .... Schleinitz, Jerry .... Schoen, Rick . .... . . Schoenberger, Frances 34, 27, 60, 5,36, ...66, Schumann, Jennie ...... 28, 42, 43 Schutz, Linda ..... Schwartz, Tanna .... Sellman, Tom ..... Shade, Chris .. Shade, James ....... Shaffer, Jesse Joe Shane, Rick ...... Shank, John .... 70, 32, 37, 44, Shank, Nancy . .. .... 32, 37, 40, Swabb, Greg . . . haurer, Kris . . 24 28, 29, 82, 40, 47 hockey, Velma ...................... hockey, Wilma . . . hockey, Yvonne .. hortridge, Collette hroyer, Chris .... ilknitter, Carolyn .... lllxnitter, Dave .... impson, Betsy . . . IZCITIOIC, Dennie .. . .... 48, 42, 99, 107 38, 42, 83 34, 83 83 34, 107 33, 83 34, 88 80 Strain, Jodie . . . Strain, Scott . . . Strawser, Judy .. . .....28,41,84 72,58,65,80 29,84 Strohm, Fred ...... ........... 3 7, 108 Studebaker, Doug ...... 72, 58, 67, 79, 80 Stumbo, Paula .... Subler, Keith .... Subler, Virginia .... Suydam, Bob ..... IZCIIIOIC Rlllll ....... ......... 3 2, Swabb lagenweit, Marilyn ....... 85, 37, 38, 88 lagenweit, Mary Alice ....... 42, 43, 80 ke Swank, Elmer .... Swartz, Jim .... 108 HH.35,84 mit 1 mlth mith Becky Jo .. 26, 27, 87, 41, 50, 83 Becky Lea .......... 28, 37, 40, 88 ob ..... Earl . . . 84 35,88 m1t1 Iden ..... .... 7 2, 43, 80 m1t1 Kathy . . . ...... 41, 80 nilth ee ..... . . . 35, 107 mlth Sharon .... ..... 3 4 mith Susan . . . Swift, Marie . . . Swift, Wally . . . Swigart, Gary . . . Tackett, Ken .... Tacket, Pam . . . mith Valeria .... 31, 39, 40, 107 Tauman, Tom mith Vicki .... 28, 39, 41, 84 Tasker, Jeff , , U 42, 107 Tasker, John . nell Kurt ..... .... 3 5, 88 Taskery Susan nell Marlene .... ......... 8 0 Thomas, Jack ...' owry Roger . . . ........... 84 Thomas, Jim . . I I l . owry Tonya . . . . . . 26, 39, 40, 88 Thompson, Donny . parks Rusty .... .... 5 3, 73, 84 Thompson, John ,- pencer, Connie . . . ......... 84 Thompson, Norma I . I pltler Ellen ..... pitler Marlecia . . . pltler Randy .... prowl tager taver teele Tim .... Debbi .... Daryl . . . Carolyn . . . teincr, Kenneth .. ....88, 41, 84 41,80 80 88 .....42,108 84 27, 38, 58, 66, 80 telner, Pam . . . 28, 36, 40, 43, 44, 45, 88 temple, Greg . . . temple, Tom . . . terling, Joy .... 41, 80 tewart, Sally ................... 34, 80 tlckel Donald . . . txckel, Sue ...... 29,80 29, 87, 43, 92, 108, 118 tlckley, Donova ................ 41, 84 tocklager, Dan ................. 65, 80 tockslager .... 27, 28, 37, 40, 42, 43, 44, 85, 88 toll Ann Dell ....-34 wwe, Jim ..... ---- 1 08 towell Andell . . . - - - 80 towell, Margaret . Thompson, Vera . . . Thompson, Kathy . . Truebenba ch, Dan . Truitt, Janie ...... Trusty, Dennis . . . . Trusty, Ronald . . . Underwood, Pat .. Underwood, Rodney Vagedes, Scott ..... 43, VanDyke, Bonnie . . Vandertouw, Elly .. Vandertouw, Yvonne Vickers, Randell ..... Vires, Chantel . . . Vires, Edith .... . ......... ..... 8 4 .. 32,84 ......80 29, 80 84 .. 35,88 58,80 35,108 80 32,84 33, 60, 65, 68, 80 60, 61, 62, 68, 108 29,84 80 42,88 64, 84 109 38,88 84,88,109 48,41,84 5,27,43,84 . .... 28, 34, 88 80,84 35 42,109 53, 64, 68, 81, 84 27,39,41 36, 40, 44, 88 . ...39,4l,80 84 80 34,84 Wafford, Pam . . . Wagar, Bill ...... W 32,84 70,87,48,64,84 Wagner, Morna ........ 4, 36, 47, 92, 109 Ward, Joyce .... Ward, Larry . . . Ward, Robert ..... Warner, David .... Washuk, Richard Waymire, Spencer Weaver, Randy ..... Webb, Kenny . . . Webb, Sharon . . . Webb, Stephen .. Webb, Susan .... Weidel, Connie .. Weiss, Connie . . . Werts, Bob .... Werts, Candy .... Werts, Patty .... Werts, Virginia . . Werts, Wesley . . . West, Harold .... Wheelock, Janet . . . Wheelock, Jim .... Wheelock, John . . . 28,88 38,80 88,64,84 ........80 84 ..........88, 80 ....87, 38, 88,40 35,88 ......84 ...41, 84 28, 32, 39, 40, 88 84,80 34,109 38, 43, 80 82,84-,88 35,80 35,109 Whitacre, Randy . ............... 29, 84 Whitaker, Steve ..... Whiting, Terry .... Wick, Sandy ..... Williams, Bobby .... Williams, Jim . . . Williams, Ray . . . Williams, Sue . . . .. 36, 38, 64, 78, 84 64,68,84 88 70, 35, 109 ...29,78,84 ........'84 89,41,84 Williams, Ethyl . ................ 34, 80 Williamson, Debby 34, 80 Williamson, Ann 5, 28, 36, 44, 45, 40, 88 Wirrig, Chuck ....................... 80 Witherspoon, John Wolf, Bill ........ Wolford, Gerald . . Wooddell, Janet. . . . Woods, Deborah . . . Woods, W. H. Woolery, Gary Wright, Debbie . . . Wright, Shirley .. Yoder, J unell .... Younce, Mike .. Younce, Scott . . . Young, Don 33, 110 110 33,110 ...41,82,84 110 ........84 84 39, 43, 110 Y 29,39,41, 79 110 29,84 ...33, 84 Index to Teachers, Administration, dams, Jack .... 16, 36 Bowman, Everett ......... ..... 2 0 Bridenbaugh, Glenna ,,,, 20 nderson, John 16, 38 Bridenbaugh, Bemadine .... 20 Brumbaugh, Dorothy 20 1 Illlth, . 1 s 6 ' , B U . , 6 ' l , . ' l , . ' , L D - , l . o D I Y I . , nell, Anna .... ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 9 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 l4l Brunsveld, Johanna Coate, Sue ......... Deaton, Chester ..! DeFrances, Pat Dilley, Ray ......., . Donaldson, Nick . . . . ......... . . . . Ehlers, Treva . . . ............. . . . . Farrar, Watson ..... . . . 16, 33, 53, 56, Fasick, Carris .. Fox, David Fox, Madge .... Gibson, .loan ...... Gralflin, William . . . Grant, Thomas . . . Hall, Chester . . . Harry, Miriam .... Hartman, Ruth .... Hedges, William .... ........ Heeter, Norma . . . . . Hill, Dianne .. . Hittle, Thelma .. Heisey, Opal ..... Huffaker, David .. Huifaker, Marsha . . . .... . . . . Jay, Barbara . .. 20 Jay, Marjorie ..... . . . 17 Karns, William ....... . . . 14- Kauffman, Kenneth . . . . . . 20 Kauffman, Lorene . . . . . . 17 Kauffman, Lucille .... . . . 20 Kindel, .Iudy ..... . . . 20 Kiser, Dale ..... . . 14 Knife, Esther ....... ....... 1 7 Koverman, Gerald . . . . .. 17, 59 Layton, Sherra .... ....... 1 8 Lees, Florence . . . ..... . . 20 Lendenski, Ed ...... . . . 18, 60, 68 Longenecker, Esther . . ........ 15 Macy, Vinny ..... . . . 20 Manning, Anita . . . . . . 15 Mote, Miles . . . . . . 141 Neal, John ..... . . . 18 Neal, Rosemary . . . . . . 18 Netzley, Alma . . . . . 20 Null, Everet ...... . .. 20 Oaks, Delmajean .... . . . 20 Oburn, Irene . . . .......... . . 20 Overla, Richard ............ 72, 18, 33, 53 Osborne, R. L. . . . . Phillips, Lucille .... Rench, James .... Rose, Edna ......... . Schaefer, Kenneth .... . . . Schul, Kathryn ..... . Shaurer, Richard Staley, Huber .... Stitz, Dean ......... Stokenburg, Dorthy . . . Stoner, Phyllis Storer, Mr. .... . Swigher, Esther . . . Tomlin, Charles .. Warren, Mildred ..., Way'mire, Nellie .... . Weidner, Keith ....... .. Weidner, Mary Ellen .... Whitacre, Betty ..... Whitefield, Lester .... Williams, J. A. Worrell, Robert . . . Index to Advertisers A. W. DeFrances, Optometrist . Anderson's Barber Shop ..... Arnold Insurance Agency .... B 81 B Super Value .......... Baker's TV Sr Radio Service .. Beetley, Wilburg Contractor and Builder .................. .. Berger's Lumber Company .... Bonner Ezell's Inc. .... .. . . Brower's Statuibers ..... Bulldog Pizza ....... Burgin's Pizza ..... C. E. Stout, M.D. ...... . Coate, Bros. ................. Coate Burial Vaults and Septic Tanks ..................... .... County Line Aquarium .... D 8: E Sunoco .......... Dairy Queen ..... Dickey's Cleaners . . . Don 8: Dicks ..... Donaldson Ford ..... E, T. Pearson, M.D. ..... . Eckert Packing Company . . . Englewood Inn ........... Englewood Pharmacy FamousStore. ..... First National Bank and Trust William Gin, Sporting Goods ........ H. A. Powell Studios ....... Hale-Sarver Funeral Home .... .... Hamler Insurance Agency . . . . . . . . Hine's Hardware .......... l 42 Houston Hardware ................. 128 .I. Hammon, M.D. . . . . . . . 137 J. C. Penney Company .... .... 1 33 .lax's Chuck Wagon ..... .. . 119 .Iean's Dress Shoppe . . . . . . . 136 Kenny's Drug Store ........... .... 1 21 Kleather's Insurance Agency ..... 123 Kolter's Jewelry Shop ........ .... 1 28 Kroplin's Jewelry . . . . . . . 130 Lair's Market ........... .... 1 36 Larsen's Body Shop ........... .... 1 37 Longendelpher's Men's Store ' ........ 128 M 81 M Grill ............... .... 1 25 Mabell's Fashions ......... . . . 136 Main Furniture Company .... .l... 136 McGraw Chevrolet ........ .... 1 23 Mel's Sinclair .... . . . 130 Miller's Bros. . . .... 127 Miller's Grove ..................... 131 Milton Federal Savings and Loan 120 Milton Rental ..................... 122 Montgomery Ward .......... .... 1 33 Montgomery's Watch Service ........ 120 Morgan House ..................... 132 Nationwide Insurance, V. J. Carrol . 136 Northmont Prescriptions ............ 136 Ohio National, Life, Clyde Hines 130 Pario Par-Tee Golf ................ 133 Patterson's Flowers ................ 123 People's Building and Savings and Loan ........................... 123 Overla, Robert .... ....... 1 8,4-2, 52, 53 Photo Sports Center ..... Polly's Sandwich Shop ...... Pritchard's Insurance Agency . R. W. Holmes D.D.S. ....... . R. W. Norris Olds Co. Roark's Furniture .......... Roy H. Miller Funeral Home . Royal Crest Dairy .......... Richardson's ........... S. J. Rudy 81 Sons Inc. . . . . Scranton's IGA Foodliner . .. Shade's Furniture ....... Shell Station ............. Sisson's School of Charm . . . Slim 81 Don's 66 Service .... Sohio Station ........... Steiner's Ready Mix ...... Trojan House of Carpets Troy Aquarium Center .... Uhlman's ........... x. Village Dress Shoppe .... Village Inn ............. Wampler's Motor Sales .... Ward Jones Inc. ........... . Weng's Driving Range ....... 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