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Kathy Hillaert, Steve Watts, Randy Marks, Dave Nevel, and Penny Reynolds gather in the Principal ' s office to discuss problems concern- ing main floor lockers, seats at pep sessions, and the prom date. Mr. Thurston was always willing to listen to the students. The challenging curriculum requires MHS students to study hard. Debby Werbrouck concentrates on a geography assignment. Seniors show off their class rings while signing and exchanging pic- tures. The oval-shap3d gold rings have the tower emblem mounted on the dark red stone and the year 1968 around the stone.
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This tower is Mishawaka High School ' s most honored symbol. For more than 35 years, senior rings have displayed the tower. A mighty M-Man warns the peace-loving " flower people ' ' fri Washington High School that the Cavemen are going to fight. New teachers Miss Rita Kunkle, Mr. Danial Matty, Miss Cheryl Men- zel, Mr. John Baughman, Mrs. Linda Kandra, Mr. William Niemann, Mrs. Judith Schneider, Mr. Floyd Zeiger, Mrs. Willa Cunningham, Miss Suzanne Kamm, Mr. Raymond Cosner, and Miss Barbara Artz get acquainted on MHS ' s first day. Several of these teachers have previously taught in Mishawaka schools.
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Paint Brightens Ha//, Auditorium On returning to school in September, MHS students found many halls and classrooms freshly painted. During Christmas vacation 143 lockers were replaced by new ones, and the auditorium received badly needed paint. The Miskodeed staff, under the direction of a new advisor, vacated room 219 and moved into the old Audio-Visual room. Alltolds were distributed to the entire student body, thus providing all the students with all the news. Both staffs however, took time from their busy schedules to brighten their room with paint donated by local community members. Although all of the changes that have taken place this year have served to make Mishawaka High School a better place for its students, there were several problems that arose from the changes. Principal Walter E. Thurston was always willing to discuss these problems as was Superintendent Robert R. Freeman. A greater cooperation rose among the administration, faculty, and students in trying to solve these problems. Misko staffers break for food while painting their room with Firefly yellow and Olive bronze paint donated by Mr. Lawrence Kelly. The liveliness of the MHS band added excitement to games and parades. Tom Zimmerman sets the beat for the marching musicians.
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