Morning Sun High School - Tiger Yearbook (Morning Sun, IA)

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LIFE-SCI-' L LIFE-SC' JL LIFE-SC fOL LIFE-S' JOL LIFE-F IOOL LIF E- HOOL LIFE JHOOL LIFI CHOOL LIF SCHOOL LII I -SCHOOL LI Q-SCHOOL L' E-SCHOOL I 'E-SCHOOL 7 FE-SCHOOL .F E-SCHOOL IF E-SCHOOI. IF E-SCHOOL LIFE-SCI-IU IF E-SCHOOL LIFE-SCHC IF E-SCHOOL LIFE+SCHC IFE-SCHOOL LIFE-SCHO IFE-SCHOOL LIFE-SCHO MORNIN COMMU ITY SCHOOL 1971-1972 1 1 CONTENTS Dedication . . . . 4 Seniors .... . 5 Administration . . . . 23 Faculty .... . . 27 Underclassmen . . . . 31 Athletics . . . . . 35 Activities ...... . . 53 Jr. High and Grades . . . 65 AUGUST 24 Registration 30 Opening day of classes 31 Softball with Winfield SEPTEMBER 1 Softball with Mediapolis 2 Softball at Lone Tree 6 Labor day - No School 7 Softball with Danville 9 Softball at West Burlington 10 Football at L Xa M 11 Softball with West Burlington 14 Softball at Wapello 16 Softball at Mediapolis 17 Football with Winfield-Mt. Union 22 Softball with Pekin 24 Football at Columbus OCTOBER 1 Football with Wapello 8 Football at Lone Tree 15 Football with Danville - Homecoming 19 Senior Pictures Taken 22 Football at Highland 29 Football at New London End of First Nine Weeks NOVEMBER 3 Parent-Teacher Conference - No School 5 Football with Mediapolis - Dads' Night ll Career Day at Mediapolis 12 Music Program 18 gl 19 Thespian Play 23 Basketball at West Liberty Q2 Girlsy 25 Sz 26 Thanksgiving - No School 29 Wrestling at Keokuk 30 Basketball with W. Burlington Q 2 Girls J DECEMBER 3 Basketball at Winfield-Mt. Union 6 Wrestling at Mediapolis 7 Basketball with Highland 10 Basketball at L Sz M 11 Wrestling Tourney at New London 13 Wrestling With New London ' 14 Basketball with Columbus 16 Wrestling with Central of Argyle 17 Basketball with Wapello 18 Wrestling Tourney at Muscatine 20 Wrestling at Winfield-Mt. Union 21 Basketball at Danville 22 Christmas Vacation Begins 29 Sz 30 New London Holiday Girls' Basketball Tourney JANUARY 3 4 7 11 14 15- 21 24 25 27 28 29 31 FEBRUARY 1 4 at 5 8 10 at ll 15 18 at 19 14 - 19 21, 23 524 22, 25 8z26 25 at 26 28 Sz 29 MARCH 1- 4 6 8: 8 17 24 Rn 25 29 31 APRIL 3 6 Xz 7 18 24 28 MAY 1 3 4 556 9 1l8zl3 128:13 12 13 16 18 - 19 21 23 25 27 29 - June 2 Wrestling with Highland Basketball at Lone Tree Basketball with New London Basketball at Acquinas 1 2 Boys J Basketball at Mediapolis End of Second Nine Weeks Wrestling Tourney at Van Buren Basketball with Winfield-Mt. Union Assembly Program Wrestling with Wapello Basketball at Highland Wrestling at Pekin Basketball at L Sz M Conference Wrestling Tourney Wrestling at Columbus Basketball at Columbus One-Act Plays Basketball with Danville Sectional Wrestling Tourney Basketball with Marquette District Wrestling Tourney Girls' Sectional Basketball Boys' Sectional Basketball Girls' District Basketball ' State Wrestling Tourney Boys' District Basketball . Boys' District Basketball Tourney Boys' Sub-State Basketball Tourney End of Third Nine Weeks State Music Contest, Solos Sz Ensembles Golf at Muscatine Good Friday - No School Easter Monday - No School Thespian Play Golf with Keokuk Golf at Muscatine Q Girls 7 Athletic Banquet Golf at Keokuk Q Girls J Assembly Style Show State Large Group Music Contest Track Meet at Columbus Q Boys J One-Act Plays Girls' District Track Boys' District Track Girls' Sectional Golf Boys' Sectional Golf Music Concert Boys' Conference Track Junior-Senior Prom Baccalaureate Comrnenceme nt Last Day of Classes End Fourth Nine Weeks Alumni Banquet Senior Class Trip , Dedication We, the Senior class of 1972, dedicate this '72 Tiger Yearbook to Mr. Allen. It takes a special kind of person to put up with all the things this class of '72 is famous for, and we feel that Mr. Allen has all the qualities that make him aper- son of this caliber. We could not begin to express how much Mr. Allen has done for each of us, and for his unselfish effort to make us all successful, he deserves our heartfelt thanks. S SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS 5-ENIQBE .5 AS :RS ORS IORS JIORS N IORS QNIORS ENIORS ENIORS AENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS-SEN SENIORS-SEN SENIORS-SEN SENIORS-SEN SENIORS-SEN ""3IIORS-SEN ENIORS-SEN 'SENIORS-SE' SENIORS-S' SENIORS' SENIOR ' SENIOT SENIC' SENI' SEN' SEI' SE' SF SI S. S S S .1URb'g ,NIORS-SLS ,ENIORS- SENIORS ,-SENIORS 5-SENIOP S .S-SENIO 'S LS-SENIC RS-SENII RS-SENI1 :RS-SENI DRS-SENI DRS-SENI JRS-SENI JRS-SENI TR R-Rl-ZTNT ,D .S AS 1RS ORS IORS JIORS ,NIORS ENIORS ,QENIORS SENIORS SENIORS S-SENI .S-SENI .QS-SENI RS-SENI IRS-SENI JRS-SENI JRS-SENI ORS ORS- ORS ORS OR! OR ORS DRS-SENIORS: JRS-SENIORS- DRS-SENI ORS JRS-SENIORS- SEIX SEN1 SENIL SENIO SENIOI SENIOIX SENIOR 'SENIORK S NIORE SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR SENIOI SENIO' SENIC SENI' SENf SEP' SE' SENIOR! E SF ST 1 DIEQNIUKS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS President Elizabeth Jean Caldwell Student Council. . . . . 3 Newspaper. . . . . 3,4 Yearbook .... . . 4 Mixed Chorus . . . . . . 1 Band ..... . . l,2,3,4 Class Officer . . . 1,4 Vice President Tim W. Johnson Wrestling . . . l,2,3,4 Golf ....... . . l,2,3,4 Baseball ...... . . l,2,3,4 Football Manager . . . . . 2 Newspaper ..... - 3 Yearbook . . . - . - 4 Mixed Chorus . . . . . . 1 Band ..... . . l,2,3,4 Class Officer. . . . . 4 Secretary-Treasurer Denise D. Woodruff Thespians . . . 2,3,4 Newspaper . . . . . 4 Yearbook . . . . . . . . 4 Science Club . . . . l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus . . . . 1 Librarian . . . 4. 3 Class Officer . . . 2,4 Janice E. Caparoon Track .... . . 1,2 Newspaper . . . . 3, Yearbook . . . . . . Mixed Chorus . . l,2,3 Twirler . . . . . . 3 Donald E . Carlson Wrestling . . . l,2,3 Football. . . 1,2,3 Track . . . . . . Baseball .... - . - Student Council. . . . 3 Yearbook . . - - Class Officer . - Shirley A . Dearth Basketball . . - - Bowling . . . - Mixed Chorus . - - Rhoda S. Delzell Basketball . . Softball . . Track . . . Thespians . . Newspaper . . Yearbook . . . Mixed Chorus . Librarian . . Class Officer . Tvvirling. . Majorette . Teresa E . Delzell Basketball. . . . . . . Softball QCaptain 45 . . Golf ........ The spians .... . Newspaper . Yearbook . . . Science Club . . . . Mixed Chorus ...... Band .......... Member of Youth Advisory God Squad . ....... National Merit Semifinalist 1 u o o u l,2,3,4 . .1,2,3 . .l,2,3 . . .2 . .3 . . 4 l,2,3 . . 3 . 3 . .l,2 . .3 l,2,3,4 2,3,4 . .l,2 2,3,4 . 3,4 . . 4 l,2,3,4 . . .l 1,2,3,4 Board 1,2,3,4 . . .4 Rick L. Dopler Wrestling . . . .1,2,3,4 Yearbook . . . . . . .4 Track Manager . . ...l Donna L. Evans Track ..... . . l,2,4 Yearbook . . . . . .4 Mixed Chorus . . . . 1,4 Teri L. Gabeline Newspaper . . . 3, 4 Yearbook . . . . .4 Mixed Chorus . . . . 1,2 Librarian . . . 3,4 Pep Club. . . . l Kevin S. Hall Basketball. . . .1,2,3,4 Football. . . .l,2,3,4 Golf. . . . . . .1,2,3,4 Baseball ..... . .1,2,3, 4 Student Council. . . . .l,2 Kirk B . Heater Basketball . . Football . . Golf. . . Track .... Baseball ..... Student Council. . Yearbook . . . Mixed Chorus . . Teresa M. Heater Basketball. . . . . . Track .......... Football Cheerleader . . Wrestling Cheerleader Softball Manager . . . Dramatics .... Student Council . Newspaper. . . Yearbook . . . Mixed Chorus . . Band ..... Librarian . . Royce E. Heitrneier Basketball . . Football . . Track . . . Baseball. . . Yearbook . . . Mixed Chorus . Band .... 1,2, .1, 1. .1, . l 1,2 . 1 1,2 1,2 1,2 1,2 1 0 e 1,2 1,2 LyNann I. Jacobs Football Cheerleader . Basketball Cheerleader Student Council .... Newspaper . . Yearbook . . Science Club . . Mixed Chorus . . Class Officer. . Frances D . Johnston Track ....... Basketball Manager . . Track Manager . . . Yearbook .... Mixed Chorus . . Mark M. Keltner Basketball . . Football . . Track . . . Baseball. . Yearbook . Band . . ..23 1,2 1,2 3 1,2 3 1,2,3 1,2 3 Toni W. Klaus Wrestling . . Football ....... Golf ......... Basketball Cheerleader Football Manager . . Thespians fPres. 45 . Dramatics ...... Student Council Pres . Newspaper fAsst. Ed. 41 . Yearbook ...... Mixed Chorus .... Band . .... Campus Life. . David L . Pierce Basketball. . . Football . . Baseball. . Dramatics . . Yearbook . . Science Club . . Band ..... Class Officer . . Janet L. Pulse Basketball. . Track .... Yearbook . . . Mixed Chorus . . Twirler .... Majorette . . .2,3,4 . . .3 1,2,3,4 . . .4 . 1,2 . 3,4 . 3,4 . .4 . . 3,4 . . .4 . . 1,3 1,2,3,4 . . 3,4 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 . . . 1 . . .4 . . . 1 1,2,3,4 . . .2 1,2,3,4 1,2,3,4 . . . .4 1,2,3,4 . . . 2,3 . . . 4 Robert D. Richenberger Basketball. . . . l,2,3,4 Football. . . . . l,2,3,4 Track ...... . . 1,2 Mixed Chorus . . . . 4 Roger L. Samuels Basketball. . l,2,3,4 Football .... 1, 2 , 3, 4 Baseball ..... l, 2, 3, 4 Student Council. . . . . . 2 Yearbook .... .... 4 Band ..... Class Officer . . Rick C . Simmons Wrestling . . Basketball . . Football . . Golf. . . Track . . Baseball ..... Student Council. . Class Officer. . . l,2,3,4 ....3 ..3,4 . . . 1,2 1,2,3,4 ..2,s ...1 .1,2 .1,2 ..s Sandra D . Stotlar Softball ....... . . 2 Football Cheerleader ..... 3,4 Basketball Cheerleader . . . l,3,4 Student Council ......... 2 Newspaper. . . . 4 Yearbook . . . . . 4 Mixed Chorus . .... l Band .... . . l,2,3,4 MYF Member . . . . 1,2 David D. Rice Wrestling . . . 4 Track . . . . . '4 Yearbook . . . . 4 Red Rose Navy Blue and Silver Push, ull or Get ut of the Wa Senior Class Prophecy Now if all will be quiet, And there's an end to the riot, A story will commence to begin That shan't stop till the end. When we were young teens We wore jeans and grew mean. For in order to exist, We had to use our fists. I guess all that meanness was not used in vain, For none of my friends are now using the cane. Why even Rick Dopler, a short mighty man, Is head of the janitors of American Bandstand. And you'd never believe that I once knew, Frances Johnston--the only mother of 32. Oh, yes, I guess I had better explain, That Johnston was her maiden name. Her friend Janet Pulse, who all thought nuts, Is now owner of a dog pound raising mutts. Wherever she goes she must always take Her mutts, her kids and her husband Jake. A guy that was in our class for only a year, Is now out in the world raising fear. That Dave Rice is really a villain And he keeps rolling that dice to make his millions. Another classmate that has made it to the top, Is the Sheridan Hotel's 81st floor bell hop. Yep, Rick Simmons lives a pretty easy life, At home he's got 7 kids and a chubby wife. I never thought LyNann Jacobs would ever fib, Why she swore up and down she'd not join women's lib. She gave up her boutique and all her money So she could protest and look funny. There is a nucleus in every cell, And I suppose ours was Terry Delzell. But now she's a doc and a mom of quintets, Which keeps her quite busy trying to stay out of debt. You 'll be amazed when I tell what happened to one. Of course he could be none other than Don Carlson. He bought himself a beauty salon for only females, And devotes all his time listening to women's ails. No one can ever forget Royce Heitmeier, Cause he was the class's biggest liar. , He's now in the army doing his thing, Taking X-rays and making slings. Oh, yes, you probably want to hear Of actor Tom Klaus and his mirror. He asked unto it who was the fairest of all And with it's answer he threw it at the wall. A girl who no one thought would fail Was none other than Beth Caldwell. She was so active one could not believe That now all she does is sit and weave. Kirk Heater was always on the go-- That could be why he now works with dough. Not with the dough the government makes, He works with the stuff that he can bake. Would you believe that Janice Caparoon Now works for a circus blowing up balloons? The kids follow her all over the place So when she blows they can watch her face. On all-star wrestling one can now see Tim J ohnson--who as a wrestler was meant to be Though he has the muscles he lacks the fat So his opponents aren't too scared on the mat. His mighty shoulders and big blue eyes Now help Roger Samuels model ties. The ugliest ones he can help sell Just because he models so well. In art, Teri Gabeline does quite a lot, Which is painting walls with tiny dots. It's rumored that she does quite well, But then one can't believe such far-out tales. Something that I just have to tell Is the vocation of Rhoda Delzell. She works for the few who have an income So you know an accountant she did become. Dave Pierce was always quite the singer As a mortician he's a humdinger. His parents are mighty proud and glad That their son has the job they once had. Sandra Stotlar, who all males see, Turned out to be a sexy secretary. She doesn't have to type or keep books Cause the boss hired her only for looks. Donna Evans can no where be seen For as a model she has grown lean. They say she's caught up with Howard Hughes And together they see very few. Running for governor on the ballot sheet Is Mark Keltner who all say can't be beat. He switched to Republican cause he saw Democrats can't win unless they break the law. Bob Richenberger went into a good field By growing potatoes that do not need peeled. The housewives adore him and call him saint And when they see him they go into a faint. The senior class included Teresa Heater Who now works in the city checking meters. She loves writing tickets to those who drive Fords Cause checking M. S. 's two meters makes her bored Everyone knows what happiness is worth And the possessor of it is Shirley Dearth. Millions flock to see her from around the world Cause they love to see old happy Shirl. Kevin Hall was always pretty busy. In fact, so busy he made most of us dizzy. One need not ask what he does now Cause I'1l tell you, he milks cows. Now since all have been quiet And you've not had a riot A story shall end That still has to begin. Senior Class Will - We, the twenty-seven members of the Senior Class of 1972, being of sound mind and resourceful nature 7241, of the time do hereby will the following: I, Kirk Heater, will to Wayne Johnson a box of Wheaties so he can get the basketball at least up to the rim. I, Royce Heitmeier, will to John Baird one pair of sheep shears that were willed to me last year. E I, Tom Klaus, will to anyone who will take it my coveted position on the basketball cheerleading squad. We, Tim Johnson, Don Carlson, Rick Simmons, and Rick Dopler, will to Coach Christenson a new whistle and a steel door to the wrestling room in the hopes that they will last through the next season. I, Janet Pulse, will to Karla Hamilton my ability of holding drinks. I, LyNann Jacobs and Sandra Stotlar, will to Danny Thomas and John Baird our Well-used geometry books, since they didn't use theirs. We, Dave Pierce, Kevin Hall, Kirk Heater, Rick Simmons, Tom Johnson, and Roger Samuels will the Junior Class our most prized possession, Don Carlson, so that the class will be motivated by his high intelligence, integrity, ambition, and gross humor. I, Rick Dopler, will to any underclassman one well used dust mop, in the hopes that someone will help Mr. Hobbs keep our school clean. I, Tim Johnson, will to Tony Thomas my tremendous willpower to stay away from all girls during wrestling season so he can confine his wrestling strictly to the practice room. I, Sandra Stotlar, will Nancy Earnest a box of popcorn for her little ventures to Mediapolis. I, Royce Heitmeier, will to Raymond Parkhurst one free key to our house so that he will never have to knock to get in. We, the Senior Class, will to Mr. Bishop, one case of bubble gum so he'll have something to chew on besides his glasses. I, Janet Pulse, will Carla Sands my ability of being tough in basketball. I, Tim Johnson, will Frank Springsteen exclusive rights to the local Ex-Lax dealership in Morning Sun. We, Denise Woodruff, Rhoda Delzell, and Beth Caldwell, will to Mrs. Nelson a tiny microphone to put on Mr. Nelson's shirt so she can hear what's going on between him and his student teachers. We, LyNann Jacobs and Sandra Stotlar, will to Karla Hamilton a gallon of gas for all her trips to Kerr's pond. I, Tim Johnson, will to Frank Springsteen a silver holster in hopes he will keep his silver guns and bullets in it. We, Don Carlson, Tim Johnson, Dave Pierce, and Roger Samuels, will all the Junior boys one study hall in the history room sixth period on Monday, so that they may discuss, exaggerate, brag, or lie about their weekend exploits. I, Terry Delzell, will Karla Hamilton a new lab partner in the hopes that she will be able to get through at least one experiment without messing it up. I, Bob Richenberger, will to Dan Thomas, his own private seat in court. I, Dave Pierce, will to Mr. Ellinger an engagement ring instead of a class ring. I, Teri Gabeline, will to Wayne Johnson a pair of binoculars so that he won't miss out on anything in the future. I, Teresa Heater, will to Karla Hamilton my church keys that hung in my locker all year. I, Bob Richenberger, will to Raymond Parkhurst my ability not to get stick on Monday afternoons. We, Tom Klaus and Rick Dopler, will to Dan Thomas a sufficient quantity of coordination, agility and intelligence so that the next time Mark Martin takes a swing at him he will at least attempt to duck it. I, Donna Evans, will gladly my government book to any of the Juniors who dare take it next year. I, Dave Pierce, will Wayne Johnson another six weeks of mono, so I can hustle his girl again. I, Terry Delzell, will Dwight Pierce a book of crossword puzzles, a dictionary, and a pencil with a big eraser to keep in his band folder. I, Roger Samuels, will Wayne Johnson and Tony Thomas a year's subscription to MAD magazine in order that they may have a textbook for government next year. I, Beth Caldwell, will to April Kerr, one chair so she'll have some place to sit while whe waits for her mother after school. I, Rhoda Delzell, will to Betty Tomson, my great ability to get along with the rest of the basketball team. I, Don Carlson, will to Monte Q Chicillini J Delzell a life time supply of Marx Bros. and W. C. Fields movies, and also 4 tanks, l viaduct, and 3 glow worms. I, Rick Simmons, will Wayne Johnson a 50 dollar gift certificate for tow truck fees when he gets stuck while parking. We, Kevin Hall and Roger Samuels, will Rhonda Jacobs and Nancy Earnest the Real Thing. We, Kevin Hall, Roger Samuels, and Sandra Stotlar will Rhonda Jacobs a trip to Monmouth in hopes that next time she'll see some of the college. We, Rick Simmons and Don Carlson will to next years backfield our consistent and outstanding grade point average. We, Terry Delzell, Sandra Stotlar, Beth Caldwell, and LyNann Jacobs, will to Mr. Christensen a punching bag so he can punch it instead of us. I, Shirley Dearth, will my car to next years Driver Education class, that is, what is left of it. I, Frances Johnston, will to the Junior girls taking Home Ec next year my amazing ability to get along with the teacher. We, Kirk Heater, Rick Dopler, Rick Simmons, Royce Heitmeier, and Bob Richenberger will to one Junior boy an A in shop in hopes that he will Work as hard as Mark Keltner did. I, Donna Evans, will to any Junior girl who plans to take Advanced Home Ec next year, a years supply of bubble gum to chew during that class. I, Frances Johnston, will to anybody who wants it my angelic singing voice, which is the only angelic thing I have. I, Shirley Dearth, will my ability to "guess good" to those in future bookkeeping classes. I, Mark Keltner will to any Junior my ability to make long and boring speeches in Government so that everyone else can catch up on their sleep. We, Bob Richenberger and Rick Dopler will to Mr. Howard, Frances Johnson, so he can have someone to yell at and some- one to yell back at him. We, the Senior Shop 11 Class of '72 will to the next yea.r's Shop II Class a set of World Book Encyclopedias so they will be able to write their weekly term papers for Mr. Fisher. I, Frances Johnston, will to Betty Tomson my ability to stick with things. I, Mark Keltner, will to Tony Thomas my ability to run round the football practice field three times in order that Tony can be able to run around it at least once. History of the C1ass'of1972 Way back in 1959, the senior class of '72 boarded the bus for a 13-year journey together. There were ll girls and twenty-one boys, for a total of 32, going along for the ride. They were Beth Caldwell, Janice Caparoon, Joan Daniels, Terry Delzell, Rhoda Hostettor, Frances Johnston, Nancy Patton, Karen Stevens, Sandra Stotlar, Brenda Wolfe, Denise Woodruff, Joel Arthur, Tony Bryant, Robin Calvin, Ricky Dopler, Kevin Hall, Kirk Heater, Royce Heitmeier, Tim Johnson, Mark Keltner, Tom Klaus, Mike Knight, Lance McAllister, David Mehaffy, David Nollen, Leroy Pankey, David Pierce, Roger Samuels, Ricky Simmons, Dale Shuster, Jimmy Tackenburg, and Victor Taylor. We were all under the supervision of Mrs. Richers. Our first stop was first grade. There we were disciplined by Mrs. Beck. During this year we lost 3, who were Nancy Patton, Leroy Pankey, and Joel Arthur, and gained 5, Nancy Smith, Kenneth Hudson, Kenneth Knight, Robert Richenberger, and Billy Lacey. This made a total of 34 going on to Mrs. DeYarman. At this stop, we lost 3 more people, Brenda Wolfe, Tony Bryant, and Robin Calvin. But to take the place of those 3, we gained 4 more, Rhonda Murphy, Jean Wixom, Edward Wixom, and LyNann Jacobs. This left us with 13 girls and 21 boys for Mrs. Hetherington to handle. V It was during this part of our journey that, due to uncontrollable circumstances, we lost Joan Daniels, Nancy Smith, Mike Knight, Kenneth Hudson, and Kenny Knight. Laura Jones and Roy Cooper got on at this stop, but they left us before our next stop. With Miss Brown as our fourth grade teacher, we were on the right road to success. Here we gained Kathy Frazer, and Kenny Knight, fwho evidently decided to come back and try it againlj . Glenn Williams and Johnny Duncan also came to us then. This time though, we lost Mike Knight, Lance McAllister, and Edward Wixom. Fourth grade ended, and we drove on to fifth grade. Entering fifth grade we had 29 members for Mrs. Caldwell to take care of . But this seemed to be a bad year, because 5 students decided to leave us. They were Rhonda Murphy, Jean Wixom, Richard Reimers, who had joined us only that year, Victor Taylor, and Johnny Duncan. This left only 24 to carry on to the high school building. The first of our junior high experiences were really something. As we traveled on, we all realized the road was getting rougher. During the summer between fifth and sixth grades, we lost Karen Stevens, and Jim Tackenburg. This left only 22 students, but we did gain a few. Rick Calvin, Lynn Noble, and Nancy Courtney decided to join the group. But before the year was over, we lost Nancy Courtney, along with Kenny Knight and Billy Lacey. We entered the seventh grade with 24 students. The ride through seventh grade was rather dull since we never lost or gained anyone. Our next stop along the trip was at eighth grade. Here we gained 3 new passengers. They were Donna Evans, Janet Pulse, and Don Carlson. With the beginning of our first experience in high school, our journey was on it's last stage. This time we gained Dennis Mastin as a passenger and lost Dave Mehaffy, who was in a hurry to NASA to be a scientist. The year soon rolled by and our next stop was tenth grade. That year We declined in number by losing Lynn Noble, Dale Shuster, Rick Calvin, and Dennis Mastin. We only had one new member board the bus and that was Teri Gabeline. Our junior year started with 23 members accounted for, but with only one more year, Dave Nollen decided to leave us. Our last and final stop of the trip was that of our senior year of high school. Three more passengers hopped aboard to finish the year out. They were Dave Rice, Teresa Heater, and Shirley Dearth. This made a grand total of 26 graduating in the class of '72. In all, 17 made the journey together all the way, and those of the senior class today are: Beth Caldwell, Janice Caparoon, Terry Delzell, Rhoda Delzell, Frances Johnston, Sandra Stotlar, Denise Woodruff, LyNann Jacobs, Donna Evans, Janet Pulse, Teri Gabeline, Shirley Dearth, Teresa Heater, Rick Dopler, Kevin Hall, Kirk Heater, Royce Heitmeier, Tim Johnson, Mark Keltner, Tom Klaus, Dave Pierce, Roger Samuels, Rick Simmons, Bob Richenberger, Dave Rice, and Don Carlson. Although we declined in num- ber since l959, we still have the same friendship and loyalty to one another that we started out with. .As for our last excursion together, we will soon be boarding the bus that will once again take us on a journey. Although the trip won't be quite as long, the memories of this final senior class trip will linger on in the minds of the class of '72 forever and a day. ' accalaureate cruise MORNING SUN HIGH SCHOOL SUNDAY, MAY 21, 1972 8:00 p.m. Having a few last laughs before their release Processional - Mrs. Hill Invocation Rev. Louis Simmen Sermon - Dr. G. M. Robb HHGHS Of IVY" Melanie Johnson Bruce McClure BenediCti0f1 - Rev. Louis Simmen Recessional - Mrs, Hi11 V is qi-q'Iq1n7,'7 4 , LZ- . " ' ' ' Presenting the Class of '72. Wayne D. Allen Presentation of Class Teresa Delzell Valedictory Address Denise Woodruff Salutatory Address Hnnual ommencement MORNING SUN HIGH SCHOOL TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1972 A 8:00 p.m. Processionai - Mrs. Hi11 Invocation - - - Rev. Robert Winter Saiutatory Address - - Denise Woodruff HMoments To Remembern -- Meianie Johnson and Bruce McC1ure Vaiedictory Address - - Teresa De1ze11 Speciai Awards Presentation Address - - - , - Frank Greenwood HGraduation Dayu -- Meianie Johnson and Bruce McC1ure Presentation of Ciass -- Wayne D. Aiien, High Schooi Principai Presentation of Diplomas - Dr. R. E. Diii Benediction - - - Rev. Robert Winter Recessionai - - - Mrs. Hi11 M'-ww Mmm. You ,Mm v12:111:11w,--L. 2 -1. iw J 'IS PW7si77iS1Li.11iz,.111.1 Q rge 9183 SX, wx 'Q Q X 3 2 5 171,114 S ,.,., 1 , A513111-,U.1,. NAV, ,Nw - . -W1-2gfS1f1.7M17Q-.-7-V A-.f 7 F7437 1'NZ2i5EUii5s??SY . v1g1g:gAg11,g5g ,71 7,1 1-ww, ,M Q -7 11 11115111.7111 K 1- 7 7 77Q"S"w'7s- 7-1ff--f.-1,111,781-:Q-7g--511 -11191 '7 ' f u - 4 """' 7 7- '-":n75f77-771931-af' 15'-'J-27-Siiff27:-7:--12577-ffl-few: 7:s1fQx1a?isfPggf7g-has12gg-gfg51gw,gqigsggzggbgi421gif? .3 ,,esQw.. 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E-11 kg ADMINISTRATION-ADD ADMINISTRATION-ADB ADMINISTRATION-ADB ADMINISTRATION-ADD ADMINISTRATION-ADD ' ' ' """" '.T10N-Am .QATION-ADB fRAT10N-AP' .sTRAT10N-P .ISTRATION NISTRATIO1' 1N1sTRAT1r IINISTRATI MINISTRAT IMINISTRA' DMINISTRP DMINISTR. LDMINISTR KDMINISTF ADMINISTI ADMINIST' ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIS1 ADMINIS7 ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADM1N1si ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST ADMINIST . 1'1ON -. .ATION-Ai. RATION-AD1 1'RATION-ADM ,TRATION-ADM1 STRATION-ADMIl LSTRATI' Q-ADMIN IST RATI IISTRAT' JISTRAT SIISTRAT NISTRA1 N ISTRA1 NISTRA'l QNISTRA'l FNTQTD A 'I ADMIN ADMIN1 ADMINI ADMINIL ADMINI2 ADMINIS ADMINIS ADMINIS ADMINIS I-ADMINIF N-ADMIN? JN-ADMIN .ON-ADMIT . ION-ADMI' HON-ADM' LTION-ADD .ATION-AD' AATION-AI' RATION-A7 1' RATION-A ,TRATION-I STRATION- ISTRATION JSTRATION JISTRATIO1' NISTRATIO1' .NISTRATIO7 QNISTRATION -ADMIN IS INISTRATION-ADMINIS NISTRATION-ADMINIS INISTRATION-ADMINIS QNISTRATION-ADMINIS Principal This marks the last year that M. S. H. S. will have the help and guidance of Mr. Wayne D. Allen. Mr. Allen has been principal at M. S. H. S. since 1965 and was superintendent from 1929 to 1947. Mr. Allen received his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1924 from the University of Iowa and later did graduate work at Iowa Wesleyan and the University of Iowa. This year Mr. Allen taught Biblical Literature and helped watch over the study hall. We will all be sorry to see him go and sincerely thank him for his help dur- ing the 25 years he has been at M.S.H. S. Superintendent Mr. Robert L. Bishop has completed nine years of outstanding service as Super- intendent of the Morning Sun Comm. Schools. He was granted both a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master of Science Degree from Drake University. He did graduate work at Arizona State, South- west Missouri State, and at the State University of Iowa. Therefore, Mr. Bishop is very well qualified for the position of Superintendent of the school system. T T Secretary The Class of '72 would like to thank Mrs. Smith for the many services she performed throughout the year for the student body and the administration. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. R. E. Dill QPresidentj Maurice McDonald Nice -Pre sidentj Billy Kellogg Robert Bishop Superintendent! Susan Smith fSecretaryJ Frances Thomas Nancy McElhinney l11'SC We would also like to thank Mrs. Gerry Wolfe for her medical services. Mrs. Wolfe worked in both the high school and the grade school. School Board Cooks Mary Ellen Griffith, Ruth Allen, Doris Harris Betts Hobbs, Wanda Harris, Irene Gregory I I C ustodlan s Bob Samuels, Reese Gregory Howard Hobbs O us Duvers Me Barbara Sands, Art Carpenter, Mae McDonald Ola Lambert V- E we FACULTY-FACU F ACULTY-FACU FACULTY-FACU F ACULTY-F ACU EfPQ!!JIX'E4CU H ul 1 ul qv L. 1 'L' A -F ACU . Y-FACU , I'Y-FACU LTY-FACU LTY-FJ LTY-FJ LTY-FJ LTY-F1 LTY-F1 LTY-F1 LTY-F1 LTY-P' LTY LT ' I I LTY-FACU' LTY-FACT LTY-FAC' LTY-FA' .CL 1CL'LTY-FP AC U LTY-F, ACULTY-F rAcL'LTY-y FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU FACU LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LT Y LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY LTY JL, SL , AU U 1.. . -F ACUL1 . Y-FACULTY fY-FACULTY-x ,TY-FACULTY-1? LTY-FACULTY-F1 LTY-FA' TLTY-F A LTY-FAx LTY-FAQ LTY-FAC QTY-FAC .TY-FAC ,TY-FAC1 .TY-FACI .TY-FACI QTY-FACI ,LTY-FAC' JLTY-FAC ,AULTY-FA' .CULTY-F! .xCULTY-F ACULTY-F FACULTY-' -FACULTY I-FACULTY Y-FACULT' FY-FACUL7 .TY-FACUL' LTY-FACU? LTY-F A LTY-FP LTY-F! LTY-F1 LTY-FJ LTY-F, LTY-F. LTY-F. I ."l"V-l? , LLTY-FACU LTY-FACU LTY-FACI' LTY-FACT LTY-FAC! LTY-FACU Ll' Y -FAU U LT Y-FACULTY-F ACU LTY-F ACULTY-F ACU LTY-FACULTY-FACU LTY-FACULTY-FACU FREDA WILLSON Sr. High Math ERNEST HOWARD Business Education Driver Education Annual Sponsor Concessions DENNIS CHRISTE NSON Jr. and Sr. High Physical Education 6th 8: 7th Grade History Asst. Football Coach Wrestling Coach ALICE MCMAHON Jr. and Sr. High Home Economics LESLIE FISHER Jr. and Sr. High Industrial Arts Head Football Coach ROBERT NELSON Sr. High History Boy's Basketball Student Council Sponsor Eighth Grade History WILLIAM OWEN Sr. High Sciences Science Club Sponsor CHARLES PARISH Guidance Counselor Gir1's Athletics Economic Geography Government KAREN OWEN Sr. High English The spian Sponsor Cheerleader Sponsor ELOISE HILL JOHN ELLINGER Sr. High Vocal and Instrumental Music Grade and Jr. High Vocal Music NORE NE MAY CR OF T Remedial Reading Librarian MARY ELDER Jr. High Math Jr. High Art JERRY KNAUSS Jr. High Science Gir1's Track Elementary Physical Education BARBARA HEWITT usee N0 Emu Jr. High English "Speak N0 Evil" "Hear No Evil" "Evil Knievie UNDERCLASS UNDERCLASS UNDERCLASS UNDERCLASS 9592599495 J SS MASS JLASS .CLASS .RCLASS ERCLASS 1ERCLASS DERCLASS JDERCLASS NDERCLAS NDERCLAF INDERCLA INDERCLP UNDERCL! 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Union 12 24 - 8 Columbus Comm. 14 1 - 0 Wapello 17 8 - 6 Lone Tree 38 15 - 16 Danville fHomecomingj 12 22 - 6 Highland 28 29 - 0 New London 3 Tigers LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager Jeff Hartman, Manager Kris Edwards, Kevin Edwards, Roger Hostetter, Dennis Barth, Todd Hobbs, Kip Buster, Kent Delzell, John Johnson, Jim Wilker- son, Scott Woodruff, Jay Hutcheson. SECOND ROW: John Baird, Dave Vickers, Bill Tomson, Danny Thomas, Mark Martin, Sheldon Wolfe, Bruce McClure, Doug Mills, Terry Pulse, Mark Strawhacker, Frank Springsteen, Joe Niles. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Les Fisher, Mark Keltner, Dave Pierce, Tom Klaus, Don Carlson, Roger Samuels, Rick Simmons, Royce Heitmeier, Tony Thomas, Assistant Coach Dennis Christenson. Mediapolis fDad's Nighty 7 Rick Simmons earning hard yardage against Wapello. 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VARSITY in llz- .f 1 t MS OP e Nov. 23 West Liberty 48 65 H 30 W' Bnnnnnnnn 81 62 Dec. 3 Winfield-Mt. Union 43 79 5 7 Highland 40 43 aa nn 95 ,. 10 L. at M. 61 52 lit Qi nsnll l4 commbus comm. 17 Wapello 21 Danville 29 West Burlington 30 L. Sz M. Jan. 4 Lone Tree 7 New London 14 Mediapolis 21 Winfield-Mt. Union 25 Highland 28 L., Sz M. Feb. 1 Columbus Comm. 4 Wapello 8 Danville Sectional Feb. l4 West Burlington 'IV Girls' Basketball STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Dopler, Brenda Hall, Rhonda Wilkerson, Debbie Richardson, Roxanne Wheeler fManagery. KNEELING: Debbie Hall, Connie German, Kay Wilkins, Zelda Heitmeier, Betty Tomson Nov Dec Jan. Feb . JR. VARSITY MS OP West Liberty 42 57 West Burlington 43 38 Mediapolis 2 8 101 New London 43 53 Winfield-Mt. UI1iO1'1 60 66 Highland 57 43 L. Sz M. 41 36 Danville 51 73 Columbus Comm. 43 58 Lone Tree 38 61 BACK ROW: Keith Hamilton fManagerJ, Wayne Johnson, Dave Pierce, Dave Vickers, Royce Heit- meier, Bob Richenberger, Mark Strawhacker, Terry Pulse, Rusty Bryant fManagerl, Coach Nelson. Basketball VARSITY M Q December 3 54 Winfield Mt. -Union 65 7 5 8 Highland 72 1 0 7 0 L Sz M 6 5 14 60 Columbus Community 68 17 52 Wapello 30 2 1 47 Danville 62 January 4 65 Lone Tree 66 7 31 New Lo ndon 62 11 38 Ft. Madison 74 14 46 Mediapolis 62 21 68 Winfield Mt. -Union 79 25 58 Highland 66 2 8 6 9 L Sz M 5 0 February 1 47 Columbus Community 64 4 60 Wapello 7 1 8 70 Danville 53 15 53 Marquette 67 Sectional 59 Columbus Junction 65 at Columbus ,-..i i ... 1 .pp Q.'. ,-.' '.'.. ..'--.'- ,,,r.. a ' 'E ,.... . i.1,i-- L .Q.. ii.. f Elf ...Z ' 53 "'iQ : . ii, I 7.e "h' ".' :ag .lri - it is ... 1 4 . i,..17 rr r .i'n fia -' , 44 tiii tlit arsit Kneeling: Mark Keltner Dwight Pierce Kirk Heater Roger Samuels Kevin Hall JR. 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BACK ROW: Frank Springsteen, Don Carlson, Tony Thomas, Sheldon Wolfe, Tom Klaus, Coach Christenson. fNot picturedj Rick Simmons. ' DATE Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. Tournaments OPPONENT Keokuk Mediapolis New London Central of Argyle Winfield Mt. -Union Highland Columbus Comm. Wapello New London Invitational Muscatine Invitational Van Buren Invitational Conference Tournament Sectional Tournament District Tournament E Q2- 23 37 40 15 36 22 40 15 42 15 41 15 18 34 20 29 Second Place Fourth Place Fifth Place Fourth Place Second Place Ninth Place P '35 Q SX We 3' 2 x 2 aa I it 1 1 f 'Y s 5 vm ,, may 3 3 ad? v ne- """ -up 5?EfiV ?5l?iTi'f15i 5'El9 - I 5: ISV ' xl , H at M it I ,Q ll ..:.- - P , Wa- , iw iI: 'Q' f 1-t.:sfa:.gg:5:up,-H .. ,ii '.aa,5:Qi:: , age Rick Simmons 155 lb. Senior Season 19 6 0 Overall 28 15 0 Raymond Parkhurst 126 lb. Junior Season 5 7 1 Overall5-7 1 I oan't believe we won the whole thing' Frank Springsteen 138 lb. Sophomore Season 7-12-0 Overall 7 -12-0 Dan Thomas 132 lb. Junior Season 3-9-2 Overall 8-19-3 In Denny Christenson's initial year of coaching it seemed that the Tiger wrestling squad was never 100'Zy healthy and the forfeits paid their toll, but in spite of the several injuries and "internal problems" Morning Sun managed 5 wins against just 3 defeats. The grapplers also placed 2nd in two tournaments, bringing home the runner-up trophy from the New London In- vitational. There were also several individuals whom the school can be proud of, as seven wrestlers reached the final rounds of at least one tournament and four claimed at least one champion- ship. The end of the season saw 4 Tiger grapplers advance from sectionals into district competitions by way of placing lst or 2nd. They were Bruce McClure 105 lbs. lstg Tim Johnson 112 lbs. lstg Don Carlson 145 lbs. 2ndg Tony Thomas 167 lbs. 2nd. In district competition the Tigers ran into several very tough wrestlers and some hard luck as Bruce and Don failed to win a medal and Tim and Tony both received bronze medals for their 3rd place finishes. Every wrestler who defeated a Tiger grappler at districts went ahead and placed in the State tournament. Tim and Tony were both defeated by eventual State Champions. Sheldon Wolfe 185 lb. Sophomore Season 7--10-0 Overall 13-22 -0 You have to get out there and wrestle ..... . . HARD ! Kip Buster STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Kent Delzell, Todd Hobbs, Bill Tomson, Mark 119 lb. Freshman Martin. fNot picturedj Doug Mills, Monte Delzell, Willie Garnsey Season 5-7-0 Overall 5-7-0 Rick Dopler 98 lb. Senior Season 13-7-1 Overall 13-8-1 Bruce McClure 105 Sz 112 lb. Sophomore Season 21-1-0 Overall 42-4-0 Tony Thomas 167 lb. Junior Season 21-8-0 Overall 21-8-0 Don Carlson 145 lb. Senior Season 11-10-2 Overall 12-11-2 Senior Captain, Tim Johnson, closed out his successful four year varsity career with a 25-3-0 record. This brought his total four year record to 95 wins, only 12 losses, and no ties, placing him 2nd on the all-time victory list behind Nick Hobb's record of 99 wins set last year. In all four years of varsity wrestling Tim never missed a dual meet and won 13 tournament championships. A State Qualifier as a sophomore, Tim placed third in the district the last two years, losing out in overtime this year. Co-captains and seniors, Rick Simmons and Don Carlson, also closed out successful seasons as Rick placed in every tournament he entered and claimed a championship and gold medal at the New London Invitational. Don reached his peak towards the end of the season by placing 2nd in the conference and sectional meets. He also placed fourth at districts. Rick Dopler, the fourth senior on the squad, also had a very suc- cessful and rewarding year at 98 lbs. , as he gained a championship at New London and produced a very admirable record of 13 wins, 7 losses, no ties. The seniors of 1972 were great Tigers and will always be re- membered for their hard work they endured, their sportsmanship on and off the mat, excitement they provided for the many fans, and especially for continuing the great winning tradition of Tiger Wres- tling by giving l00fZ7 of their physical and mental abilities. These quali ties are those of champions. . . 1972 Champions! Tim Johnson-Captain 112 81 119 lb. Senior Season 25-3-0 Overall 95-12-0 District Qualifiers: Bruce, Tim, Don Sz Tony Rhonda Jacobs LyNann Jacobs Sandra Stotlar Nancy Earnest Tom Klaus Cheerleaders Nancy Harris Melodee Callahan A new innovation this year at Morning Sun were Wrestling Cheer- leaders. Though there were only two of them, they kept the pep and spirit up through all the meets. They followed the team in all dual meets and tournaments this year and represented M. S. H. S. well. Rhonia gangs BOTTOM CENTER LEFT TO RIGHT: Cindy Dopier 1 . Jaco S S dra agatti Melodee Melanie Johnson, Beth Griffith, Carla Sands, Nancy LyNann E ame Sail C ldw H Callahan Earnest, Debbie Jacobs, Teresa Heater, and Kay Jacobs Carlson to ar a e Doplerl Another new group at M. S. H. S. this year were the Pompon Girls. These girls worked hard in the fall on their routines and outfits, and finally they were ready to perform. After their first performance, at half-time of one of the football games, the fans saw that all the hours of work had payed off. We thank these girls for the many minutes of entertainment they have provided and hope that they will do the same next year. Mrs. Frank Mauer as- sisted the girls in their routines. irls' Track The girl's track team, though they did not win any meets, still had a fairly good season as they set three school records. The Distance Medley Relay team set one record, the Mile Relay team set a new rec- ord, and Melodee Callahan set a record in the 880 yard run with a time of 2 min. 41 seconds. LEFT TO RIGHT: Rondee Bryant fManagery, Dana Kellogg, Betty Tomson, Mary Nan Winter, Elaine Carlson, Melodee Callahan, Ann Giese, Donna Evans, Debbie Richardson. Missing from picture, Janet Pulse. Boys' Track Royce Heitmeier set a new school record this year at Winfield Triangu- lar in the 120 yd. high hurdles by running a time of 16.5 seconds. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mark Keltner, Bruce McClure, Monte Delzell, Doug Mills, Mark Martin, Frank Springsteen, Terry Pulse, Tony Thomas, Sheldon Wolfe, Bill Tomson, Dwight Pierce David Rice. Missing from picture, Royce Heitmeier. 9 INDIAN RELAYS CONFERENCE Royce H. -Fifth 120 yd. low hurdles Royce H. -Fifth 180 yd. low hurdles Mark K. -Second in mile run Mark K. -Fifth in the mile run C Bruce M. -Fifth in 880 yd. run Royce H. , Terry P. , Frank S. , Mark K. -Fifth in mile relay District Tony -Third 220 yd. dash, Fifth in 100 yd. dash Baseball IE June 7 Columbus Community 4 9 Wapello 7 ll Danville 4 14 Lone Tree 6 16 Mediapolis 4 21 Winfield-Mt. Union 2 23 Highland 0 25 L az M 10 2.8 Columbus Community 8 30 Wapello 1 July 2 Danville 1 3 Lone Tree 15 6 New London 0 7 Mediapolis 7 12 New London 6 Sectional Tournaments IE July 14 Danville 13 16 Mediapolis 1 FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Mark Keltner, Doug Lee, David Pierce, Tim Johnson, Nick l 19 Muscatine 4 Hobbs, Wayne Johnson, and Mark Strawhacker. BACK ROW: Bruce McE1hinney, Manager, Don Hall, Coach, Jon Inghram, Kirk Heater, Kevin Hall, Roger Samuels, Royce Heit- meier, and Sheldon Wolfe. ' S ftball MS OP Aug. 31 Winfield-Mt. Union 2 25 Sept. 1 Mediapolis 6 17 2 Lone Tree 3 14 7 Danville 23 10 Catcher-Judy Sands, Pitcher-Dana Kellogg, lst Base-Carla Sands, 2nd Base-Terry Delzell, Short Stop-Karla Hamilton, 3rd Base-Melodee Delzell, Right Field-Betty Tomson, Center Field-Beth Griffth, Left Field-Rhonda Wilkerson. Batter-Nancy Earnest, Catcher-Judy Sands, Pitcher-Zelda Heitmeier, lst Base-Kay Wilkins, 2nd Base-Kay Dopler, Short Stop-Cristie Simmons, 3rd Base-Betty Tomson, Right Field-Debbie Hall, Center Field-Brenda Hall, Left Field-Debbie Richardson. 9 West Burlington 7 11 West Burlington 14 17 14 Wapello 10 2 0 18 Mediapolis 3 14 22 Pekin 1 14 jv Softball MS OP Aug. 31 Winfield-Mt. Union 5 15 Sept, 1 Mediapolis 6 18 2 Lone Tree 10 21 7 Danville 14 19 14 Wapello 16 13 18 Mediapolis 7 Boys' Golf FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Kevin Hall, Wayne Johnson, Tim Johnson, Tom Klaus. BACK ROW: Dave Vickers, Kevin Edwards, Scott Johnson, Jim Wilkerson. Girls' Golf Judy Sands, Karla Hamilton, Debbie Hall, Carla Sands This was the best season for the Boys' Golf team since its first match five years ago. The team played against some of the best golf teams in the state, but still managed to come up with a season record of 6 wins and 7 losses. We hope that next years team will pick up where this team left off and score some more victories for Morning Sun. Charles Parish was the coach for the team. Although the Girls' Golf team was not really expected by most to do well this year, they came on strong as the season got under way and literally shocked everyone by rolling up vic- tory after victory. These four girls were eventually dubbed "The Mighty Midgets" by the Burlington Hawk- Eye for their outstanding performance this season. The team's season rec- ord this year was 15 wins and 6 losses. They were also the first M. S. golf team to compete in District golf action. Charles Parish was the girls' coach. 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KCTIVITII .XCTIVITI1 IACTIVITI I-ACTIVIT ,S-ACTIVI' ES-ACTIVI IES-ACTIV' I'IEs-ACTII .TIES-ACTI' ITIES-ACT' JITIES-ACT IVITIES-AC' IIVITIES-Af TIVITIES-Af JTIVITIES-P .CTIVITIES-I ICTIVITIES- ACTIVITIES- ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES ACTIVITIES-I-II, I I v I I II ACTIVITIES-ACTIVITII ACTIVITIES-ACTIVITIE ACTIVITIES-ACTIVITIE ACTIVITIES-ACTIVITIE Concert Band FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Nan Winter, Nancy Harris, Rhonda Jacobs, Sheri,Butler, Debbie Visser, Tammy Johnston, Jill Cooley, Barbara Meeker, Judy Garland, Janet McDonald, Sandra Stotlar, and Dwight Pierce SECOND ROW: Nancy Earnest, Karla Hamilton, Mary Strawhacker, Sherry Metzger, Rebecca Griffith, Jay Hutcheson, Pam Jennet, Sherry Mills, Judy Sands, Debbie Jacobs, LyNann Jacobs, and Dave Pierce. THIRD ROW: Tom Klaus, Beth Caldwell, Carla Sands, Dana Kellogg, Terry Delzell, Melanie Johnson, Zelda Heitmeier, Beth Griffith, Melodic Delzell, Bruce McClure, Rusty Bryant, Dennis Barth, and Todd Hobbs. STANDING: Royce Heit- meier, Dave Vickers, Roxanne Wheeler, Kevin Edwards, Melodee Callahan, Teresa Heater, Mike Mills, Kris Edwards, and Mr. Ellinger. Chorus FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Nan Winter, Debbie Richardson, Janet Pulse, Connie German, Frances Johnston, Janice Caparoon, and Dixie Pulse. SECOND ROW: Kim Boomershine, Zelda Heitmeier, Judy Garland Royce Heitmeier, Bruce McClure, Tom Klaus, Bob Richenberger, Jay Hutcheson, and Mr. Ellinger. NOT PICTURED: Donna Evans, Melanie Johnson, Ann Giese, and Drew Cooley. Contest Winners Mary N9-H Wintef Frances Johnston Janet Pulse VOCa1 S010 "I" Vocal Solo "I" Vocal Solo "I" l Pep and FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Roxanne Wheeler, Beth Griffith, Melodee Callahan, Dana Kellogg, Mr. Ellinger finstructorj. SECOND ROW: Mary Nan Winter, Sherri Butler, Mary Strawhacker, Rebecca Griffith, Rusty Bryant. THIRD ROW: Pat Caldwell, Beth Caldwell, Carla Sands, Sherry Metzger, Tammy Johnston. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Harris, Judy Sands, Debbie Jacobs, Nancy Earnest, Melanie Johnson, Pam Jennett. FIFTH ROW: Janet McDonald, Barbara Meeker, Karla Hamilton, Judy Garland, Melodee Delzell, Zelda Heitmeier, Jill Cooley. This year, part of the band, direct- ed by Mr. Ellinger, played at pep meetings and at the football games. During the homecoming game, the band presented a half-time show on the field. The band also played at the bas- ketball games. They marched on Memorial Day and on the Fourth of July in the parade. "Three roses among a bunch of thorns, " is the only way one can describe these three girls as they appeared periodically with the Morning Sun marching band this past year. No matter how off key the band would sound at times, the very appearance of these lovely ladies would immedi- ately sweeten both the music and the atmosphere. The Tiger Talk staff once again did write ups and weekly articles for the Morning Sun News-Herald. The staff 's coverage of events has been more ex- tensive this year since it obtained an excellent cam- era. Most of the snapshots found in the yearbook and Tiger Talk were taken by the newspaper staff. Advisor was Mr. Ernest Howard. Once again this year the 1972 Tiger is brought to you courtesy of your local Senior class. This class of '72 has strived this year to bring you the best in yearbook enter- tainment. Executive director was Mr. Ernest Howard. Newspaper Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Melanie Johnson, Janet McDonald, Denise Woodruff, Betty Tomson, Janice Caparoon, Mr. Howard fAdvisorJ, Terry Delzell, Beth Caldwell, Melodee Delzell Tom Klaus, Tim Johnson, Kirk McElhinney. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Jacobs, Sandra Stotlar, Dana Kellogg, Cindy Dopler, Teresa Heater, LyNam1 Jacobs, Teri Gabeline, Rhonda Jacobs, Nancy Earnest, Dave Vickers. X Yearbook Staff mf LEFT TO RIGHT: Teri Gabeline, LyNann Jacobs, Beth Caldwell, Janice Caparoon, Sandra Stotlar, Mr. Howard fAdvisorJ, Terry Delzell, Teresa Heater, Janet Pulse. SEC- OND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Shirley Dearth, Frances Johnston, Donna Evans, Denise Woodruff, Don Carlson, Dave Pierce, Tim Johnson, Rick Dopler, Roger Samuels, Tom Klaus, Kirk Heater, Mark Keltner, Bob Richenberger, Royce Heitmeier. NOT PICTURED Rick Simmons, Kevin Hall, Rhoda Delzell. Student Council SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Beth Griffith, Bruce McClure, Monte Delzell, Dan Thomas, Teresa Heater, Tom Klaus, Don Carlson, Rhonda Jacobs, Debbie Jacobs, Sherry Mills, Christie Simmons, Kim Boomershine. STANDING: Sponsor, Mr. Nel- SOI1. Once again a group of girls gave their free time to see that the stu- dents of M. S. H. S. had good, educational materials to read dur- ing study halls. The librarians have been an asset to the school and we hope that their tradition of fine work continues next year. Made up of three represent- atives from each high school class, the Student Council has done a lot to improve condi- tions for the students this year. Besides planning the 1971 Homecoming, they work- ed on many worth-while pro- jects, such as open campus. The Student Council sponsor was Mr. Robert Nelson. ibrarians SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie Jacobs, Betty Tomson, Janet McDonald, Teresa Heater, Martha Woodruff. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Cindy Dopler, Teri Gabe- line, Melanie Johnson, Nancy Earnest, Rhonda Jacobs, Judy Sands, Judy Garland, Jill Cooley, Dixie Pulse, Kim Boomershine. Science Club Although the Science Club was un- able to sponsor, for some reason or another, their usual activities, such as the Science Fair, they were still active and still had their get togethers and meetings as this picture shows. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Owens, Advisor, Bill Tornson, Terry Delzell, Dave Vickers, Dwight Pierce, Bruce McClure, Denise Woodruff. Thespian Snaps "Face fI'011t, J0hI1" "Sure this is the Watusi, Teresa?" Bill has the final word. "Watch that fight hook, M0bY" "Looking a little pale Bruce." "Try it without the scripts, guys. " T cspians LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Vickers, Tom Klaus, Bruce McClure. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Earnest, Melanie Johnson, Teresa Heater, Mary Nan Winter. THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Garland, Kim Boomershine, Marti Woodruff, Betty Tomson, Janet McDonald, Melodee Callahan, Melodie Delzell, Roxanne Wheeler, Terry Delzell, Denise Woodruff. "Once upon a time. . . " This is the third year for the Thespian troupe 3318. This year as all the others, has been highly successful. The troupe started its season with the comedy "Harvey, " then went to student directed one- act plays and performed the drama "Dr. Cook's Garden" and finished up with more one-acts. Sponsor was Mrs. Karen Owen. "Down, Harvey, down." Need some Scope, Terry? "How about a new deal?" "Hmmmmm" "Your eyes are getting heavy. . . " Q! "VilS0T1, take her HV?-Y!" "Did you hear the one about. . "Time for a diaper change!" r. Cook's Garden "Never hit a man when he's down. . . " "The Three Stooges" , "Kick him. . .It's easier!" "Boy1 ls she ever homely! " 'Thanks for the mt, H 'Let's play Patty-Cake. " "I'd like to break his neck!" ne Acts The "EYES" have it! "Raquel should be built so well. " Man from Glad at your service! "Touc1-15! " "He must think I'm dumber than I look. " "Sleeping in study hall, as usual." "Oooh! What halitosis I " 61 PROM 1972 Theme Aloha! Beach Combers Bring on the stuffed pig! Coffee! Tea! or Hula, Anyone ! 'Treasure of the Island Little Grass Shack Well! Huh! Island King and Queen. Mr. Allen Addresses the Juniors and Seniors. That's not the Hula! Fun n Campus. v my SSW A' Avi 3 lr,-1.,-1 ,, 41.-, :'x . 1 T L2 ,f , W., ,A.-, 1 .. .. x pi- Q Q. . gl xx mf A535 liiwfs wvw .Env 23552292 1322255 V ,,.. 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