Mount Carmel High School - Sibylline Yearbook (Mount Carmel, IL)

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To fix one's thought on her is per- fect understanding, and he who is vigilant on her account will soon be free from care, because she goes about seeking those worthy of her, and she graciously appears to them in their paths, and meets them in every thought. The beginning of wisdom is the most sincere desire for instruc- tion, and concern for instruction is love of her, and love of her is the keeping of her laws, and giving heed to her laws is assur- ance of immortality, and immortality brings one near to God, so the desire for wisdom leads to a kingdom? Wisdomot Solonomon 6:12-20 it al, , Q? y wif Q ie, rr ,Y an AB Al? M '99 ay ' 'fo W, 1. A . , M sa I Fx A' H, s,,, . ignhgp fr,-y 6 if -..-RG --H'-.QN,,,,f-' 5. - f" 'rr YY H . V ,. ire, , i f f, .. ,V . Q , , -2 .,.... I- I Kg. " ' f 4' A -ww I AQ N f N . r ifs, . of ' ' an ' H f . .1 f ' f . ,A , '. 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God did not create men and women as auto- mated robots or helpless puppets, but enabled them somehow to shape their own destiny within the innumerable possibilities created by his di- vine love. Such a faith gives meaning to human love - and to life itself." Thomas J. O'Connor A CTIVITIES , 12 fi' ' 51 ,, , .,,,. F Q Q 4 I 5 f 5 A gf W W, E 1 if E -222, Q Xia af M6 . :gziaxsg gwfzf ,,e,i, ' E f ,vs an W. wg, , QF 1 . 7 Q 1 w i M 5 f 59311: 5 A , fe w an fm X We 'fl , I ' M: 5' , . f . w ' : V W , N Aw-f - . ,C H im ai, mf f Y I N L . , . Q. I ."'hn, ' wg? T fix.-.F 'Mama' Lx... ., R,-' . A Steekler Crowned ,71- '72 Homecoming Queen A beautiful Homecoming Queen accented by a beautiful quartet of attending girls in the Queens Court, coupled with a close exciting football victory over Carmi and a perfect dance featuring John Brown's Body, and Homecoming is par excellence for the year. Senior Margaret Steckler was elected Homecoming Queen and her elected attendants were as follows: Ann Fuller, seniorg Hannah Epler, junior, Alice Trapp, sophomore, and Christine Oliver, freshman. The pep assembly, parade, snake dance, game and informal dance were all equally successful. This year the parade and snake dance were accompanied by rain. But activities still went on. Students, faculty and alumni can look back to Home- coming ,72 as the epitomy of perfectibility. l I In celebration of the Aces triumphant victory over Carmi Bulldogs in the Homecoming game, these couples show their joy as they dance to the mu- As newly crowned queen, Margaret Steckler, is driven off the football field, she thinks this honor will be a memorable experience of her Senior year. sic of John Brown's Body. The dance marks the closing of Homecom- ing activities and the turnout proves Homecoming as a successful project. Juniors Dazzle In "Guys ana' Dollsi' Director: James H. Welton Assistant: Mrs. Gary Adams Guest Musician: William Johnson Student Director: Chris Johns Choreographers: William Johnson, Roger Stans- field, Jill Barker and Chris Johns CAST Roger Stansfield, John Mendenhall, Tim Raf- ferty, Sherri Sharp, Debra Bryant, James Frick, Rich Ankenbrandt, Nancy Raber, Anita Smith, Tanea Tombaugh, Maria Storckman, Carolyn Capin, Teresa Stanley, John Fearheiley, Tom Watson, David Selby, Terry Rhinehart, Gayle Morgan, Melody Henager, David Shain, Jill Barker, Julie Jackson, Mary White, Joyce Dunkel, Terri Seaton, Tina Price, Karen Crude, Terri Keiffer, Martha Zimmer, Toni Williams, Judy McCaw, Retta Berberich, Alenda Witowski, Gigi Goodman, Sabrina Dougherty, Gwynna Lang, Norma Kieffer, Mary Summers, Kay Keepes, Jeff Easterday, Jim Trottier, Scott Ham- ilton, Bill Mundy, Phil Shannon, Mike McF- arland, Joe Underriner, Jim Newkirk, Greg Beauligmann, David Kieffer, Dan Dilbeck, Kevin Dunkel, Gary Steussel, Carol Casaleggi, Kay Berberich, Anita Beuligmann, Karen Kiss- ling, Terri Anderson, Mike Kinney and Chuck Reeves. CREW Elaine Spencer, Anita Zentheofer, Peggy Helton, Kathy Walston, Bea Bixley, Angie Elmore, Di- ane Spencer, Judi Simpson, Kae Koger, Roger Anderson, Ann Bethards and Sharon Evans. Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Roger Stanfield, stops the show with his expert vocal rendition of "Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat," supported wildly by Harry the Horse, John Fearhei- ley. Sister Sarah Brown of the Save-A-Soul Mission, Sherri Sharp, clouts gambler Sky Master- son, David Shain, with a sharp left hook, while horrified teenie-bopper, Julie Jackson, gasps. f Nathan Detroit, Tom Watson, gambler and con-man, pleads with his night-club-performing girlfriend, Adelaide, Gayle Morgan, to "Sue Me,', as the Farmerettes sing shameful accusa- tions. As Colonel Pickering, fBrad Johnj talks to the police about a missing person, Henry Higgins fMa.rk Martinj and his maid fKathy Dagleyj try to calm him. e people of the flower gardens contentedly listen as Eliza CChris Johnsl pours out her feelings the song "Wouldn't It Be Loverlyf' Eliza realizes that 'now she cannot return to her past. M , Seniors Sensational In My Fair Lady Director: Ron Youngs Musician: Earl Schonaman, Kevin Martin, and Judi Simpson CAST John Shoaff, Lana Davis, Lisa Garrett, Denna Proctor, Gristine Johns, Scott Bosaq, Brad John, Kim Crackel, Mark Martin, Mark Keneipp, Ar- tie Bell, Bill Bowen, Kerry Armstrong, Robert Wilson, Kathy Dagley, Lois Eastman, Sally French, Rick Smith, Keith Berberich, Cindy Small, Tana Leeds, Mike Schuh, Alan Koing, Mary Wood, Kevin Macy, Ann Fuller, Joe Meier, Mary Lou Swanson, Sherry Collins, Mary Mascher, and Janice Berberich CREW Frances Girten, Melanie More, Margaret Steck- ler, Emily Griess, Jenny Corrie, Tara Hockgeiger, Marilyn Pierson, LaJean Gammon, Angie Mc- Guire, Elaine Deputy, Teri Beyke, Elaine Ben- der, Ann Berberich, Linda Brewer, Becky Gid- cumb, Shirley Macke, Kay Painter, Cathy Pem- berton, Bonnie Ruschmeir, Diane Smith, Patti Tennes, Donna Turner, Rita Grant, Kevin Er- nest, Darla Williams, Marilyn Trapp, Katie Dee, Maria Dunkel, Curtis Ile, Mike Woods, Lee Bur- ton, Kevin Lofton, John York, Kevin Fearheiley, Mike Crumley, Dennis Wirth, Dwain Kieffer, Gabe Armstrong, Warren Harper, Greg Beulig- mann, Robert Shoemaker, Jana Grubb, Gene Gehert, Mike VanGilder, John Blevins, Bill Cas- burn, Don Wall, Robert Benham, Jay Riordan, Robert Storckman, and Greg Xanders Eliza fChris Johnsj and Henry Higgins fMark Martinj dance and sing superbly to "Rain In Spain," as Col. Pickering CBrad Johnj dances and sings alone. .fqpwp I .-'Q ! N, For Prom 1972, the court reigned over all the activities. This year's court con- by King Bob Alkag Marilyn Trapp escorted by Don Dicus. sisted of Lisa Garrett, escorted by Curtis Ileg Queen Debby Ashby, escorted Before Prom students voted on King and Queen and Prom night Debby Ashby and Bob Alka were crowned King and Queen at Prom May 5, 1972. Debby And Bob New Prom Queen Ana' King MA Time For Usf' A theme beautifully set and the decorations followed to make the evening perfect. The gym was decorated in all the colors of May and a cas- tle served as the sophomores, serve table. The servers were dressed in the Romeo, Juliet costumes and served punch and cookies to the hungry guests. Mr. Jim Wilderman announced the couples as they entered the era of Romeo and Juliet. The couples danced to the music provided by "The Phoenix." During the dance, couples posed for Mr. Paille to have their picture taken so they may keep the memories of Prom. The evening was set, by crowning Romeo Bob Alka and Juliet Debby Ashby, King and Queen of the special event. Their name appeared on the yonder wall in the shape of a heart. Prom, May 5, 1972 proved to be very beautiful and delightful evening for all. ,. Stan Rutter escorts senior Dawn Windes down into the gym decorated for the theme "A Time For Usl' in all the May colors. Mr. Wilderman announced the couples. X 7- -'grill 2 , if' 'fy 1 . nj I nd x t x ,Zagr- During Prom, couples rest during dances and talked together and enjoyed the punch and cookies served by the Sophomores. 4 J K I 3. Aw, ,V z 1' .-i'5t"A ' , After being announced and having their pictures taken by Mr. Paille, couples rating it gaily and beautifully for the big event. Couples enjoyed dancing to enjoy dancing together in the gym where the juniors spent many hours deco- the music provided by "The Phoenix." Stopping for a few minutes from the rides and sight-seeing, Kim Crackel Linda Brewer and Lea Fuller enjoy a pizza for dinner. "ff gi 5 I W- --- 'j,,,..,,, ,, Taken from the top of the Paris Tower in the middle of Kings Island, this view shows only one portion of the exciting things on the island. Kevin Macy tests his skill at one of the various side games at Kings Island and tries for a prize at Skee Ball. Q E f 5f?i.f: W5 . ff l r ix I . , . 1 Marilyn Pierson, Jennifer Corrie and other Mt. Carmel seniors enjoy one of the many rides at Kings Island, the Scrambler. In the background, the Paris Tower. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed seniors boarded the four buses at 5:00 AM in front of school to leave for their day senior trip. Besides walking around the park and riding rides, Debby Ashby and Diane Smith look over the wide variety of souvenirs and gifts available to all. xtlllttr zl Class First T0 Make Trp To Kings Island One hundred and fifty weary and sleepy seniors boarded the chartered buses at 5:00 AM, Wednesday, May 31, 1972. The long ride to Cincinnati, Ohio, was an exciting and fun-filled time. This was the first trip made to the new park at Kings Island. Many fled first to the giant roller coaster, where many stomachs were lost and screams were heard. Others tried the other rides such as the log ride, lovers lane, the Paris Tower, train, a bottomless barrel, and those who weren,t as brave, the smaller roller coasters. Although it rained and the weather was in the low forties, seniors walked the wide area and ate their lunches in the buses. On the journey home, many told of their exciting day and some sat still waiting for their heads to stop spinning. Once again arriving home, seniors, very tired and ex- cited, made their way home. The friendly animals at Kings Island warmly greeted Donna Turner, Bon nie Rushmeier and seniors as they entered the cold park. A Am ' . N" x aw- -f -s , 1, 3, .. .Q -- ' ' if X PORT 1 I 7 Winning Aces Shut ut Carnfzi 0 Peak Season The 1971 Golden Aces footballers compiled a winning season of five victories, three defeats and one tie. This strong gridiron ag- gregation had several outstanding accomplishments. After surging to four victories, Coach Larry Davis' chargers met a defeat at the hands of the Salem Wildcats. It was at this point in the season that the Aces proved their mettle against their Homecoming op- ponents, the Carmi Bulldogs. On this occasion the Aces played superb defense in holding the Bulldogs scoreless. The final score was a startling upset of Carmi, 6-0. Afterward Lawrenceville de- feated the Aces, as did the Olney team. The Aces then tied Princeton in the final game of the season. Definitely the 1971 Aces were a strong team as they tied for third place in the North Egyptian Conference. N393 ik VARSITY TEAM: FRONT ROW: Greg Gibson, Mike Van Guilder, Gene Gehret, Bill Bowen, Gabe Armstrong, Steve Winkler, Rick Snow, Robert Storkman, Keith Berberich, Greg Smith, Marty Arnold, John Shoaff, Bob Wil- son and Kim Crackel. SECOND ROW: Coach John Gates, Managers Bill McClane and Terry Knox, Steve Newkirk, Steve Rigg, Mike McFarland, Scott Hamilton, Jeff Easterday, Mike Schneider, John Fearheily, Terry Rhinehart, Quarterback John Shoaff fllj and Student Manager Terry Knox are fix- edly engrossed in the important results of a certain key play that did not go well. as . ...Q Jr. K f Frank Campbell, Paul Rodgers, Jim Newkirk, Gary Steussel, Tim Rafferty, Greg Xanders, Head Coach Larry Davis, Harry Minnear, Joel Ruble, Duane Fritts, Fred Drone, Tom Brewer, Jeff Spencer, Rick Siebert, Lenes Snow, Charles Wilson, Dana Hungerford, Leon Pixley, J. Dee, Ernie Griess, Peter Hall, Bob Schoultz, Eddie Hedge, John Short. 'R WN 'B i Quarterback Mike McFarland fl3j runs into some heavy traffic against the terrible Tigers of Olney. The powerful Tigers overwhelmed golden Aces, 32 to 13. Quarterback Mike McFarland fakes and hands off to Fullback Steve Rigg, who runs behind the superb blocking of Bob Storckman and Keith Berberich. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Mi. Carmel Oppgnenfs 22 Albion .... ......... 0 36 Fairfield . . . . . .8 36 Bridgeport . . . . . .0 36 Flora ...... .... 2 l 8 Salem... . ....l3 6 Carmi ........ . . . .0 O Lawrenceville . . . . . . .20 12 Olney ........ .... 3 2 14 Princeton .. .... 14 A host of hostile golden Aces swarm a helpless Carmi ballcarrier, demon- strating the tenacious defense that stopped Carmi scoreless in a 6-O win. ALL CONFERENCE ACES: Mike Van Gilder, Bob Storckman, Rick Snow, Honorable Mentiong Greg Xanders, Steve Winkler, and Steve Rigg, First Team. Bob Storckman, ALL SOUTHERN ILLINOIS fThird Teamj Seniors Steve Winkler and Steve Newkirk stretch one anotherls leg muscles in pre-practice calisthenics warm-up drill, as teammates Paul Rodgers, Rick Snow, Bob Wilson, Robert Storckman, Greg Xanders and John Shoaff look on to their leaders. Strong Aces Emphasize Powerful Running Game Fullback Steve Rigg of the Golden Aces plunges for extra yardage against the stubborn Carmi defense and behind the fine blocking of his teammates. i 1 In typical action during a game, Coach Davis, in front of keen on-looker and quarterback Mike McFarland, signals for the Aces to move the ball. The powerful offensive unit of the Mt. Carmel Frosh-Soph team poise ready for the snap from center against Carmi, who lost to the Aces, 8 to 6. Frosh-Sophs End With Six Ana' One Season The mighty Frosh-Soph Mt. Carmel High football team, coached by Mr. Gene Sams and assisted by Mr. Ron Weisgerber, rolled to an outstanding season of six victories and only one defeat, a two-touchdown loss to the Lawrenceville Indians. The successful season coupled a stubborn defense with a hard-running offense that could pass extremely well. All of this record promises good gridiron days ahead for the Mt. Carmel varsity. .........-----' Mr. Carmel High football student managers, Terry Knox, Bill McClane, Rusty Harrelson, and Steve Risley had a most busy year caring for all the football equipment. FROSH-SOPH SCORES Mr. Carmel ., Oppfmenls 22 Edwards County . . . ....... . . .0 30 Olney ............ .... 6 26 Fairfield ... .. . .. .12 8 Carmi ........... .... 6 32 Edwards County . . . . . . .14 12 Lawrenceville ..... .... 2 6 22 Bridgeport .... .... 6 FROSH-SOPH TEAM: ROW ONE: Verdayne Seals, Fred Drone, Tom Hall, Tom Fleenor, John Dee, Ed Hedge, Randy Rigg. ROW THREE: Rick Brewer, Kevin Armstrong, Bob Schoultz, Kent Kirkman, John Short, Joel Ru- Seibert, Dana Hungerford, Gary Bellessa, Leon Pixley, Lenes Snow, Charles bel, Ernie Griess. ROW TWO: Greg Kleinschmidt, Melvin Richards, Peter Pfiester, Mike Drone. Frosh Footballers Lose Onhf One Game The Freshman football squad for 1971 revealed a lot of promise for the future gridiron history to be written at Mr. Carmel. The little Aces compiled five victories while losing only to Princeton. This young team exhibited strong defense and a multiple of- fense, featuring passing, running, and adept ball handling. The Aces were coached by George Toler and Larry Conrady. Freshman Aces set tauntly for a major defensive effort against a quick Bridgeport. The young Aces and Bulldogs clashed in an explosive vic- tory for MCHS. FRESHMAN TEAM: TOP ROW: Left to Right: Bill Eblen, Steve Stricklen, Bill Doane, Roger Cowling, Scott McGuire, Richard Buelig- mann, Kevin Xanders. 3rd ROW: George Arm- strong, Tony Compton, Jeff Spencer, Randy McClellen, Mike Raber, Mike White, Rick Wrye, Kevin Miller. 2nd ROW: Rick Abbey, Jeff Young, Mark Rodgers, Kevin Seals, Chris Cunningham, Larry Cadell, Jeff Stouse, Steve Kuzmich, David Acree. lst: Micky Mollen- haurer, Fred Peters, Greg Keepes, Randy Rigg, Terry Rafferty, Kent Kirkman, Paul Casseleggi, Don Cowling, Tom Dersh. FRESHMAN SCORES Ml. Carmel Opponents 38 Albion... ..... ...0 28 Fairfield . . . .... . . .2 14 Princeton . . . . . .40 46 Carmi... ...l2 60 Carmi ..... .... 8 38 Bridgeport . . . . .26 Head Coach Larry Davis and Assistant Coach John Gates extend congratula- tions to Mt. Carmel varsity player, Greg Smith, as he receives his well de- served letter. Freshman football coach, Larry Conrady, shakes hands with Mark Bader, who receives his well earned freshman football award. The Freshman team made a fine record. Cross Country Coach Jim McDaniels awards his top runner for the season, Jeff Seaton, his letter. Seaton, who is only a junior, shows great future promise. Football-Cross Country Feed And Fete Players The annual Mt. Carmel High School Football-Cross Country Award Banquet featured guest speaker Mr. Jerry Hart, the Head Varsity Football Coach of Illinois State University. The MCHS Boys Quartet provided musical entertainment. Varsity Football Coach Davis started the presentations with Coach Weisgerber awarding deserving Sophomores letters. Then Coaches Toler and Conrady awarded all qualified Freshman footballers. Coach Jim McDaniel gave his harriers their deserved letters. Miss Lois Epler, the cheerleaders, sponsor, awarded the cheer- leaders awards. The awards were climaxed by the NEC All-Conference awards that went to Steve Winkler, Greg Xanders, Rick Snow, Robert Storckman, Mike Van Gilder, and Steve Riggs. Robert Storckman was awarded All Southern Illinois recognition. Varsity cheerleaders, Kathy Dagley, Ann Fuller, Debbie Talley, Mary Lou Swanson and Kathi Thomson led the Aces in victory and defeat. During the last Pep assembly of the year, the varsity cheerleaders let the starting five varsity players try their hand at playing the cheerleaders. Shortstuff Newkirk tips the ball and Thomson jumps for the possession of the ball. The final score was 20-10 in favor of the cheerleaders. Junior varsity cheerleaders, Debbie Reeves, Jo Dillard, Beth Dagley, Vesta Peter and Tonia Brown cheered many long games. Cheerleaders Recognized At Last Home Game This year at the last home basketball game the cheer- leaders were recognized and received flowers and a kiss from the players. The cheerleaders then awarded the coaches and varsity boys with an autographed basketball. During the year the cheerleader's advisor, Mrs. Epler presented the girls with flowers at their first pep assembly of the year and at the banquets. This being Mrs. Epler's first year proved to be a successful one. School spirit was high and more students attended the out-of-town games. She spent many hours helping the girls finish their work for banquets, games, and little things done for the play- ers. To add a little variety to the last pep assembly the varsity cheerleaders played the varsity players in a game of basketball. Of course with a little help from Coach Davis the girls won. This year the junior varsity cheer- leaders were very busy attending all the freshman and sophomore games. And as Mrs. Epler put it, 'fAnd them's a lot of ball games!', Also this year they had substitute cheerleaders to fill in when one of the girls couldn,t make it. Maria Dunkel served as alternate for varsity and Jan Bridges was the junior varsity alternate. .W.-'mtv' skill'-"r V-ww,aea1tmi41fia.+w:.-.ewavjff-wwamvlffsfvieef'fe"' n- - Junior key sixth man, Ed Kramer 1525 drives in for a lay up, as a result of a well executed fast break. Sophomore center Dana Hungerford 1503 moves in fast. Basketball student manager Bill McClane had many varied responsibilities for the season: basically all duties involved the care and maintenance of all bas- ketball gear. Varsity H oopsters Lose Fjteen And Win Eight The Mt. Carmel High School basketball record, under Coach George Toler, was a losing season of eight victories and fifteen defeats. The Aces had good momentum going for them early in the season until a close loss to Carrier Mills in the Eldorado Tournamentg after this loss the sched- ule seemingly got difficult. However, the Aces turned in three sterling performances in stunning upsets of Carmi and Fairfield and a strong game while losing to Olney in the Regional Tournament. Dana Hungerford was selected for the Second Team All-Conference NEC, while his teammates Steve Newkirk and Steve Childers were voted Honorable Mention NEC All-Conference selections. 9 Junior Aces' forward, Steve Childers shows the correct form and touch for successful free throw shooting, as he sinks another one against the Olney Tigers. 9 A ?R WP' VARSITY TEAM: fLeft to rightj Richard Ankenbrandt, Steve Risley, John Easterday, Ed Kramer, Jim Newkirk, Steve Rigg, Mike McFarland, Tom Flee- Shoaff, Charles Pfiester, Steve Childers, Steve Newkirk, Dana Hungerford, Jeff norg Head Coach: George Tolerg Assistant Coach: Howard Belt. 1 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Mt. Carmel Opponents 46 Edwards County . . . ....... . .38 50 Salem ........... ....... 5 8 52 Olney ...... .... 8 2 46 Robinson ..................... .... 7 2 69 Carmi ............................ .... 5 3 59 McLeansboro fE1dorado Tourneyj .... .... 5 7 55 Carrier Mills CE1dorado Tourneyj ..... .... 5 7 50 Fairfield fEldorado Tourneyj ...... .... 6 5 48 Fairfield ...................... .... 5 8 77 Bridgeport . . . . . . . . . .53 71 Flora ........ .... 4 4 49 Mater Dei ...... .... 6 4 49 Lawrenceville .... .... 9 1 57 Albion ......... .... 6 7 40 Salem ........ .... 4 7 61 Flora ..... .... 4 8 56 Olney ..... .... 6 7 33 Carmi ....... .... 5 6 51 Fairfield ....... .... 4 5 39 Lawrenceville .... .... 7 8 91 Bridgeport ............. .... 4 9 48 McLeansboro ............. .... 6 0 74 Olney CRegiona1 Tourneyj .... .... 8 4 Jeff Easterday 1441 goes high with a one-handed jump shot in the first game with the Olney Tigers. Such defense as the above made Olney NEC champi- ons. l Guard John Shoaff shoots a hook shot against a Robinson team that defeated the Aces 72 to 46. Teammates Ed Kramer 1525, Steve Childers 1401, Dana Assistant Coach Howard Belt and Head Coach Toler, flanked on left by Junior Ed Kramer, pause in anxious anticipation during the hectic action of a game. Hungerford 1501, and Mike McFarland 122j follow the ball. The Aces man- aged to stay close with the powerful marroons until the last quarter. IK N W!! Z 1,. N., N 05,1 Junior guard Steve Childers shoots from the corner over the outstretched arms of the tall Olney defenders. The Aces played a tough game against the Tigers. X S 'fi 'W if K A eK.., X52 ' stiff .ggi if 1, yi'-in-. - 4 1' 4 fx Q 5 . as 1 5 2525.64 1 K ,M Q 1 ' ,w a ,, ws V as ff ' xb , ,QA 5 I s g gg A Mm ,W gg 'A 3 x g . "-M - L, r A L .E 5 Vfyr . J H V H 49 A 2 4' xx - Q -f . ' wr-xi f 43Nb? 'Q X !. , ' sf: za ' , "1 Vs'-A 9 'fx -:""39. W xx if 14 11 me Hain R' U' 2 .Q Fred Drone lets fly a one-handed hump shot while in full flight against . ' . m left to ri 1 Aces T m Fle nor, J ff touse, and Steve Ri Junzor Varszgf Plays 3215350 gm 0 C C S gg C I jf-H an gel' Season Mt. Carmel Opponents 46 Edwards County .... ....... 4 3 43 Salem ............ .... 4 9 49 Olney .......... .... 5 5 47 Robinson .... .... 5 4 71 Carmi ....... .... 4 5 80 Bridgeport .... .... 6 5 42 Fairfield .... .... 3 6 84 Flora ........ .... 5 7 71 Lawrenceville ..... .... 7 4 50 Edwards County .... .... 5 8 47 Salem ............ .... 4 8 59 Flora ....56 46 Olney... ....67 45 Carmi ............... .... 6 5 37 Fairfield ............... .... 3 5 52 Mater Dei CEvansvilleJ .... .... 3 8 49 Lawrenceville .......... .... 5 8 45 Bridgeport .... . . .... 51 53 McLeansboro . . . . . . .62 JUNIOR VARSITY: fLeft to rightj Jim Newkirk, Gary Bellessa, Jeff Stouse, Drone, Jeff Schroeder. fKneeling - Left to rightj Richard Ankenbrandt, Steve Jeff Easterday, Ed Kramer, Charles Pfeister, Jeff Maurice, Pete Broedel, Fred Rigg, Tom Fleenor, Coach Belt behind Steve Rigg. .R e was 41::- 5 M 5 . . . . .,A . ...1 rr .L, -- M, A' S KK -A . .W er ,r yt F.'1.'WQ 1 Q T - . P U ggi! x Qi f S.. .Q - P J 1 3 1 . x p -f- F' EQ! mmAh m h: . " - is . " . 4 A S . 7 ees o .... . " ' 5 .ff ga- . ,.ff . ' 5' I 5 5' wi .':x-A is . 1- 2 f f . .X -.:A4 1 . t .A . Q .. f 1 . .. Q ' 'Q' - g t Q. -Q E --,,f Y .. l - H .. F93 F. ' sq X y ' Q5 . .Q f. - , S. X My - V J . L.. 1 - . X X 6 xi -is Q .1 1 l' X Q V5 A s w angie. A 1' 85 A . il 1' FRESHMAN TEAM: fLeft to rightj Jeff Young, William Doan, Randy Rigg, Stouse, David Bassett, Steve Hadra, Terry Rafferty, Paul Casseleggi, Chris Tony Compton, Mark Rodgers, Rick Lernke, Mickey Mollenhauer, Jeff Cunningham, Kent Kirkman. Fresh And Sophs Post Nineteen Big Victories Mt. Carmel Opponents 62 Edwards County A . . . ....... . .34 41 Edwards County B . . . ..... . .33 75 Carmi A ......... . . .62 45 Carmi B .... . . .48 59 Fairfield A . . . . . .45 34 Fairfield B ..... . . .32 69 Bridgeport A . . . . . .61 56 Bridgeport B . . . . . .44 54 Fairfield A ..... . . .43 52 Fairfield B ....... . . .46 61 Lawrenceville A ..... . . .63 50 Lawrenceville B ..... . . .47 75 Bridgeport A ....... . . .36 71 Edwards County A . . . . . .39 54 Edwards County B . . . . . .29 63 Lawrenceville A ..... . . .49 52 Lawrenceville B ........ . . .60 54 Olney A ................ . . .55 Sophomores 71 Bridgeport ................... . . .56 67 Olney .......................... . . .59 NEC Frosh-Soph Tourney 51 Lawrenceville ................... . . .39 72 Fairfield ................. . . .70 Runner-Up 51 Bridgeport .............. . . .88 Tall Micky Mollenhauer C571 shoots a two-handed shot against the Albion Lions as Chris Cunningham C131 and Mark Rodger 1325 battle for a rebound position. Coach John Gates congratulates wrestler Joe Meier as he receives his awards of hav- ing the most pins and being the most valuable wrestler for 1971-72 year. Head Basketball coach George Tolar readily shakes hands with two deserving play- ersg Sophomore Dana Hungerford was awarded Mr. Basketball, most free-throws, leading rebounder and named to Second All Conference, and Senior John Shoaff who led the team in most assists and was named honorary captain for the basketball year ending 1971-72. Freshman Jeff Stouse proudly accepts his awards of Mr. Basketball, most free-throws and rebounder from coach Larry Davis. Basketball - Wrestling J ain In Banquet What does it take to be Mr. Basketball? A player is con- sidered on his ability and skill to shoot field goals and free throws, to not foul, to rebound offensively and de- fensively, to not turn over the ball, and to assist others in scoring. This is only one of the seven awards. There are awards voted on by the players. These include most valu- able player, honorary captain and best defensive. Coach Gates awarded Joe Meier, the top wrestler, three awards: Most Valuable Wrestler, Best Record and Most Pins. Terry Marty Arnold received the Most Improved Award. Coach Gates commended the wrestling team on their best season, gained during a year when the schedule in- cluded more rugged competition. Sophs, Seniors Shine In '72 Track Season The '72 MCHS track team had three wins and three losses and outstanding times by sopho- mores with two school records tied and broken. The varsity took 3rd place in the NEC, while senior Greg Xanders tied the school mark in the high jump at 6'l" and Joe Meier broke the two- mile run by setting a new time of l0:38.5. Sopho- mores say look out next year! 7 J '- wh ' 'i . ai 'W A . High jumper, Rick Seibert, shows good form as he goes up and over the bar, but he seems to have a lot of help from teammate Mike White, who seems to be praying for Rick's suc- CCSS. FRONT ROW: Tim Smith, Eugene Shackleford, Paul Casaleggi, Jeff Young, Larry Cadell, Jim Odom, Tony Compton, Randy Rigg, Greg Xanders, Danny Miller, Charles Miller, Jeff Stause, Phil Mendenhall, Roger Anderson, Mark Bader, Mike White, Chris Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Mr. Butler, Jerry Andrews, Jeff Seaton, Rick Seibert, Mike Raber, Ed Hedge, Allen Berderick, Charles Pfeister, on the left, and teammate, Eddie Hedge, on the right, battle a Bridgeport opponent, in the center, for the finish tape in a blazing finish in the strenuous 880 yard run. X Greg Xanders, Joe Meier, David Miller, Robert Ashby, Duane Fritts, Bob Shoultz, Jay Dee, Steve Connors, Verdayne Seals, Richard Beuligmann, Mr. Davis. THIRD ROW: Leon Pixley, Ernie Griess, Jeff Spencer, Tom Brewer, Charles Pfeister, Bill Bowen, and Lenes Snow. TRACK SCORES Opponent M CHS Flora 7716 57V3 Fairfield 555 75M Bridgeport 30 99 Carmi 83 52 Fairfield 18 52 Flora 73 59 NEC Frosh.-Soph. Conference 2nd place NEC Varsity Conference 6th place Little Wolves Meet 3rd place Sophomores Referee Leonard raises the victorious left arm of Mt. Carmel wrestler, Lenes Snow, after he has just finished pinning a Princeton opponent in a long match. WRESTLING Mt. Carmel Opponents l2 Carmi .......... ....... 4 6 12 Herrin .......... . . .48 16 North Knox, Ind .... . . .42 38 South Knox, Ind .... . . .ll 41 South Knox, Ind. . . . . . .17 6 Lawrenceville . . . . . .51 21 Herrin ...,... . . .30 18 North Knox .. ...3l 36 Harrisburg .... . . .27 9 Lawrenceville . . . . . .36 25 Harrisburg .... . . .2l 50 Princeton .... .... 9 55 Princeton .......... ........... . . . 12 M CH S Grapplers Take n Tougher Schedule Mt. Carmel varsity wrestling, under Coach John Gates, enjoyed its best season ever while wrestling a much tougher schedule than last year, including new opponents Princeton, Indiana and Herrin of the tough South Seven Conference. The Aces won six while losing only seven, a big improve- ment over last year, the beginning year for wrestling at MCHS. Joe Meier was the top wrestler, winning three awards - Most Valuable Wrestler, Best Record, Most Pins. Marty Arnold was voted Most Improved, and Terry Onyett was awarded Most Aggressive. Coach Gates is optimistic about future years in wrestling at MCHS. A most aggressive opponent is being scrutinized by Referee Leonard as he attempts to rock an unidentified Mt. Carmel wrestler into a pinning posi- tion. VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM: fLeft to rightj Richard Rigg, Marty Arnold, David Baumgartner, Terry Onyett, Keith Berberich, Lenes Snow, Leon Pixley, Joe Meier, John Fearheiley, Larry Caudell, Roger Anderson, and Phil Mendenhall. fKneelingj Coach John Gates. t 3 X . 5 E I 1 5 -ga ! ESQ- A its 4 5 l CHS Cross Country Has Banner Year With only one senior, the harriers had a good eason, winning ten of fourteen meets, placing hird in the Norris City Invitational, and tenth in he sixteen-team district meet at Flora. Top runner on the squad was Jeff Seaton, who von the Norris City Invitational and set four ourse records during the season. Joe Meier urned in a consistent performance all season by ,ontinually being the number two runner for the Aces. Jerry Andrews, Richard Ankenbrandt, Pete lroedel, Dan Hinderliter, David Bassett, and Iharles Miller round out the squad of eight let- Ermen. The Varsity won sixth place in the NEC ,onference, and the Frosh-Soph won third place n the conference. With a holdover of seven let- ermen, the harriers are looking forward to next ear. THE VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: CLeft to rightj Dan Hinderliter, David Bassett, Richard Ankenbrandt, Peter Broedel, Coach James McDaniel, Jeff Seaton, Joe Meier, Jerry Andrews, and -Charles Miller. CROSS COUNTRY SCORES Mt. Carmel Opponents 35 Norris City . . . ...... . .43 35 Shaweetown .... ...... 4 9 28 Noble ...... ..... 6 8 28 Bridgeport .... ..... 3 6 I9 Albion .... ..... 3 6 31 Carmi ...... ..... 2 6 24 Norris City . . . . . . .60 24 Bridgeport .... .... 3 7 38 Albion .... .... 6 2 38 Carmi ..... .... 2 8 26 Louisville . . . . . . .32 26 Noble ........ .... 7 3 31 Lawrenceville . . . . . . .32 -:ff Seaton crosses the finish line after completing another bursting sprint to vic- 31 ROIDIIISOI1 ..... . . . 15 try. This type of outstanding performance shattered four good course records. There're off! Taut slender harrier bodies lurch forward for the beginning of another long run. ...,xdA M K ' ..p.,. ..,. 'mg W ,,,,,,,, ,... .., as M' ..n f..........e...,,.... uhm, rwmuiwt-. Q M YWRQQ i'f L 1 f . if . Q35 V 4. . ff, ':"", f "V an FRONT ROW: Tom Freenor, Dennis Mundy, Bill McClane, Phil Parr, Gene G9-fy Stuessel, Slew Rigg, Dana HUf1gCl'f0l'd, Steve Cl'li1dCfS, Ed Kramer, and Gehret, David Bassett, and Mike McFarland. SECOND ROW: Gary Bellessa, Jlm Newklfk- The Aces, dugout is a study in varied human reaction to a fellow teammatefs stepping into the batter's box. The yelling must have helped: Aces-7 Carmi-0 BASEBALL SCORES Baseball Team Battles Weather Ana' Experience The golden Aces' baseball team of 1972 had two major problems of overwhelming dimensions: a rainy spring that would not permit much practice and a lack of experienced ballplayers. These handicaps made for a season's record of one victory, one tie and six losses. The one tie was called due to darkness at 13 to 13 with Bridgeport. However, all is not bleak for the year since only catcher Gene Gehret will be lost by graduation, and a lot of good experience was gained for next year. Fireballer Steve Childers, Aces, moundsman, rares back to smoke one in finishing his warmup. Coach George Toler walks on the field for instruc- tions. Mt. Carmel Opponents get 3 Olney 6 ' ' itx 7 Albion 10 l Fairfield 3 0 Salem 4 13 Bridgeport 13 CTieJ 2 Lawrenceville 5 7 Carmi 0 3 Flora 10 ie lg' U! LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Litherland, Bill Mundy, Kevin Macy, Keith Richards, Kevin Ernest, Bob Wilson, Kyle Ernest, Tom Wilson, John Holcomb, Scott McGuire, Richard Meir, John Farrar, John Short, Mr. John, Sponsor. Coach Johnfs Team S NEC Champ A gain ! Coach Jimmy John, long ago established in the Illinois Hall of Fame of Illinois coaches, added another championship to his long list as his MCHS golf team won the 1972 North Egyptian Conference championship. It was the fourteenth conference or district championship for Coach John. Three seniors and one sophomore, Keith Richards, Bob Wilson, Kevin Macy, and Steve Litherland respectively, composed the team that won the NEC title. The overall season record was six victories and one loss. Senior Kevin Macy qualified for the Statemeet, first for MCHS, Congratulations! Senior Bob Wilson and Coach John display the North Egyptian Confer- ence Championship trophy. Coach John has won two of the last four years. Steady Kevin! Through many hours of practice and careful planning, Kevin Ernest succeeds in many difficult shots which are common in the game of golf. SCORES Opponents M C H S 169 Fairfield 165 180 Carmi 161 176 Lawrenceville 162 174 Fairfield 160 166 Carmi 158 190 Bridgeport 160 NEC Conference lst Place 167 Olney 172 162 Lawrenceville 172 District - 3rd Place Semi-State - 6th Place State - Kevin Macy Qualified was ORGANIZA TION "7-.4 - '4"'v. p..--f vwmmma-mm ""h.-- The Goliath provided music for the Valentine Dance, which was held at the swimming pool. It proved a hit as many students went with their sweethearts. As Tim Rafferty hands Marilyn Chapman an ornament, Sarah Sawyer hangs a decoration on the tree. Decorating the tree is sponsored by the Student Council. Members of the Tophatters dance for the Grand Finale of the Variety Show. The Variety Show proved to ba a huge success as the Student Council netted three-hundred fifty dollars. The proceeds will go towards building a Student Com- mons Area. 5 Active Student Council T Works For Commons The 1971-72 Student Council of Mt. Carmel High was regarded as one of the best in the school's history in so far as initiating and completing beneficial student projects, and the President Kevin Martin was regarded as probably one of the best leaders of this student group, according to Mr. Winkler, one of the Student Council sponsors, Miss Vieh- man and Mr. McDaniel are the other faculty sponsors. The , Council initiated a revision of the by-laws of the school Constitution, published a monthly student body newsletter, --n raised money for the freshman and sophomore classes, sponsored Valentine Dance, and raised some money for a student commons by sponsoring a Variety Show. The other Council activities of conducting elections, sponsoring Homecoming activities, maintaining the school bulletin boards, sponsoring Student Council Week and sponsoring a, teacher breakfast were equally well done. Student Council was in '72 a very good year. g-was-:sump 2 THE 1971-72 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Kevin Martin, Presi- dentg Ron Wilcox, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Steckler, Secretary, Steve Winkler, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Sponsor, Miss Weihmang Sarah Sawyer, Retta Berberich, Mary ROW: Richard Ankenbrandt, Kyle Emest, Jay Dee, John Fearhieley, Ann Beth Weisenberger, Mary Lou Swanson. SECOND ROW: Kathy Brummet, Fuller. FOURTH ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Winkler, Mark Martin, Lyle Roetem- Jan Bridges, Sue Utley, Lisa Williams, Victor Dunkel, Debby Talley. THIRD eyer, Tim Raffertyg Sponsor, Mr. McDaniel. " Foreign Language Club Smacks Of Popularigf The Foreign Language Club consists of students who have passed one or more semesters of French, Latin, or Spanish successfully. The club held its formal candlelight initiation cer- emony with the incoming members wearing the clothes of their respective countries. Prizes were given for the best costume from each country. A meeting was held in February in which John Mendenhall showed slides from his trip to Europe. Dur- ing the Christmas holiday, members sang carols of their lan- guage at the hospital and many of the nursing homes. The an- nual banquet was held at the end of the year. It consisted of an international course meal and entertainment afterward. Truly the Foreign Language Club of MCHS broadens student appreciations of other peoples. 1- Each year members of FLC join in their differ- ent languages for a banquet of a seven course meal. WW F.L.C. OFFICERS: President, Kathy Dagleyg French Vice-Pres., John Mendenhallg Treasurer, Jan Bridgesg Secretary, Mark Marting Latin Vice- Pres., Sheri Sharp, and Spanish Vice-President, Judy Walter. ' 522551 FLC co-sponsors Mrs. Claire Locke and Mr. Robert Lucas lead the annual Christmas caroling night to various nursing homes, the Wabash General Hospital, and private homes. The usual mood is joyful. FRENCH MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Pam Gatewood, Monica Humphrey, Sheri Noe, Sarah Sawyer, Terri Dean. SECOND ROW: Connie Tennis, Vesta Peters, Sharon McRaven, Jana Jackson, Sandra Bishop, Ann Bethards, Kae Koger. THIRD ROW: Becky Mascher, Richard Ankenbrandt, Jan Bridges, Jenny Warrner, Maria Dunkel, Marilyn Trapp. FOURTH ROW: Jane Seibert, Sally French, Sarah Delaney, Judy Simpson, Leah Elsie, Lynn Edmondson. FIFTH ROW: Kathy Dag- ley, Carol Casaleggi, Gigi Goodman, Cindy Sparks, Chris Johns, Brad John. SPANISH MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Susan Macer, Julia Baker, Julie Jackson, Mindy Ad- ams. SECOND ROW: Karen Gray, Kathi Thomson, Laura Grassinger, Nancy Ater, Elisa Beard, Kim Seibert. THIRD ROW: Patty Ten- nis, Linda Alka, Debbie Miles, Alice Parr, Su- san Miles, Rose Epler, Janice Berberich. FOURTH ROW: Judy Walter, Carol Casa- leggi, Gigi Goodman, David Beuligmann, Earl Schonaman, Kim Risley. LATIN MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Lisa Bees- ley, Darlene Keiffer, Ellen Beard, Pam Gate- wood. SECOND ROW: Deanne Fiensy, Angie Elmore, Kay Berberich, Gigi Goodman, Jill Barker. THIRD ROW: Cindy Small, Lisa Wil- liams, Bill Bowen, Mark Martin, Sheri Sharp. SOPHOMORE FTA MEMBERS: FRONT: Linda Jones, Jennifer Barefield, Cindy Underriner, Debbie Reeves, Colleen Kleinschmidt. SECOND: Lynn Raf- ferty, Barb Tennis, Sherry McRaven, Karen Mclntyre, Lee Ann Compton, Alice Trapp, Vesta Peter. FRESHMAN FTA MEMBERS: FRONT: Debra Miles, Susan Macer, Monica Humphrey, Kim Sea- ton. JUNIOR FTA MEMBERS: FRONT: Karen Kiss- ling, Susan Moore, Nancy Raber, Jill Barker, Sheri Sharp, Julie Jackson. SECOND: Anita Smith, Con- nie Tennis, Kathy Walston, Hanna Epler, Linda Richardson, Debbie Talley, Sabrina Dougherty. THIRD: Susan Miles, Anita Zenthoefer, Jane Tarr, Kay Berberich, Kim Armstrong, Alenda Witkow- ski, Gwynna Lang. This year Alice Trapp was selected as a candidate for state convention in Spring- field. Ten FTA officers journeyed to convention with Alice on April 28 and 29. 'Zak' I at 'K ll FTA Starts Students Toward Teaching Fiela' Future Teachers of America is the club to join if there is a thought about teaching in your mind. Under the su- pervision of Mrs. Goodson and Mr. Henager, many things about teaching are discussed. Each year the Jun- iors and Seniors go to the schools in this area to try their skills at teaching. The Juniors only have one day at work while the Seniors take advantage and have three days. Every year ten members go to the State Convention in Springfield. If possible a student in F.T.A. runs for state office. Five voting delegates from every school vote for the best student to fulfill this office. A picnic or banquet in May ends the many activities for F .T.A. FTA OFFICERS: FIRST ROW: Mike Van Gilder, Treasurerg Gene Grehet, Vice-President, Maria Dunkel, Secretaryg Mrs. Goodson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Henager Susan Moore Parliamentarian' Brad John President' Alice Tra His- , , , , , PP, torian. SENIOR F.T.A. MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Goodson sponsor, Terri Beyke, Janice Berberick, Ma- ria Dunkel, Frances Girten, Marilyn Trapp, Cathy Pemberton, Mr. Henager, sponser, SECOND ROW: David Beuligmann, Kathi Thomson, Ann Berberich, Darla Williams, Judy Walter, Mary Masher, Brad John, Jana Grubb, Kathy Dagley, Patti Tennis. THIRD ROW: Alan Koenig, Ealaine Bender, Sally French, Tana Leeds, Lana Davis, Angie McGuire, Linda Brewer, Kay Painter, Donna Proctor, Mike Schuh, Mike VanGilder, Bill Bowen. Acqarocons Eloquenthf nh'k"'--E K .. Elocute In Contests The Actprocons, as always, provided its members with ample opportunity to act, read and debate. In October a Speech Workshop was hosted at MCHS for the South- .fi i eastern District of Illinois. Near Christmas "The Princess and the Pea" was presented as a children,s theater prod- uction for the high school and the grade school. In March MCHS placed Fourth place in the Sweepstakes Individual events. The Mt. Carmel winners were as fol- lows: Chris Johns, First in Dramatic Reading: Alan Koe- nig, First in Original Monologueg Laura Cassaleggi, Third place in Prose Reading, and Sally French, Fifth in Poetry Reading. These were the winners in the State Dis- trict Contest. The successful year was concluded with a picnic and initiation dinner. Chris Johns, dressed in Charlie Chaplin outfit and flanked by Donna Proctor and Cheryl Collins, drives the Actprocon float in the Homecoming Parade. a 5 . 2 3 l'1 if ff' .iff 'JW' King Alan Koenig and Queen Chris Johns reign in "The FRONT: Terry Burroughs, Ann Bethards, Laura Casseleggi, Lois Eastman. SECOND: Princess and the Pea," as Vicki Burroughs watches with Rodger Anderson, Sally French, Brad John, Donna Proctor, Kae Koger. THIRD: Barbara courtly posture. Lernke, Kathy Walston, Nancy Ater, Lana Davis, Angie Elmore. FOURTH: Steve Koenig, Chris Johns, Judi Simpson, Vicki Burroughs, Jana Grubbs. sgf s 1 3 ..z,v., Kathy Dagley accompanies Mary Mascher on the piano while Mary practices for her clarinet solo. Mary was one of the very few to be selected for National Club honors. National Club Oscar Winners Of Music Fame How does a talented group of musicians behave in a Methodist minister's home at a Christmas Party? This did not pose to be a problem long at National Club's annual Christmas party, which this year was held at Kevin Mar- tin's home. National Club is an exclusive music club de- signed for instruments, vocals, and pianos. To win a place, one must be voted in by half of the previous mem- bers, with no freshmen and no more than 29 members admitted. Upon accepting the formal invitation, each member must play a memorized solo. The best solo of the evening receives the National Club pin. This is the highest group honor in MCHS music. FRONT ROW: Teresa Stanley, Donna Turner, Kae Koger, Barb Mendenhall, Delores Shain, Kathy Dagley, Judi Simpson. SECOND ROW: Brad John, Sally French, Tana Leeds, Mary Mascher, Kathy Walston, Judy Walter, Lana Davis, David Shain. ter and Dave Shain practiced with Lana Davis. w Preparing for a National Club meeting, Judy Wal- U25 Wig l 'kqggnhmi 48 l 1 ,,, As a money-making project, the Sibylline members baked cakes, bread, cook- ies and other desserts to sell at the bake sale on the sidewalk in front of Rexall Drugs. P The long awaited yearbook has come and the Sibylline staff held a signing party. Mary Mascher, Mary Wrye, Brad John, and Tony McCormick sign each other's books. As advisor for the Sibylline, Mr. Welton takes on a strong responsibility and volunteers much effort in the production and completion of the Sibyl- line During their seventh hour library periods, Margaret Steckler, Frances Gir- ten, and Debbie Reeves work diligently on their sections in the Sibylline room. Sibylline Wins Special State Recognition The Sibylline staff under Editor-in-Chief Kathi Thom- son and Adviser James H. Welton received more acco- lodes to its aready illustrious past. In the Lay-out Contest at SIU, in which the Sibylline has won First place for the past two years, Lynn Rafferty and Debbie Reeves en- tered in this year's Spring Conference. In addition, at the same Spring Conference the Sibylline received a Centen- nial Copy of the Obelisk for placing Fourth in the Larg- est Group Present Contest since sixteen Sibylline and Prep Journal members journeyed in the Mini bus with Mr. Welton to Carbondale for the full day of worthwhile conference. Sophomore Alice Trapp was honored as a speaker on the subject of "The Problems of a 9x12 Book." All in all it was a good year with deadlines met with bustling activity, the usual good times, picnic and trips, and the usual nerve-jangling efforts during the Easter vacation days spent making a deadline. Being an editor of a yearbook isn't the easiest job in the school and editor, K-athi Thomson did her best at meeting deadlines and producing the Sibylline. FIRST ROW: Terri Dean, Debbie Reeves, Nancy Raber, Dawn Windes, Larry Schmitt, Frances Girten, Mary Wood. THIRD ROW: Nita Smith, Paul Mary Arm Welton, Alice Trapp, Mr. Welton, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Jill Stein, Bob Wilson, Tana Leeds, Mary Stein, Susan Miles, Vickie Hinderliter, Barker, Jana Jackson, Kathi Thomson, Editor, Sarah Sawyer, Judi Simpson, Lynn Rafferty. During seventh period Artie Bell, Gerri Hanson, and Maria Dunkel leaf through some old Prep Journal newspapers looking for new ideas for their next issue. , ,. 7, , L M . a?w.. !.W .471- Mary Marchal works many hours trying to complete the Prep Journal in time for the students to preview FIRST ROW: Sue Utley, Terri Seaton, Kae Koger, Karen Cruse, Joyce Dunkel, Toni Williams, Glenda Howell, Mr. Wilderman, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Taylor, Sponsor, Tonya Brown, Thelma Price, Terri Anderson, Ann Berberich. THIRD ROW: Kay Berberich, Connie Tennis, Carolyn Capin, Mindy Adams, Vicki Renner, Jana Grubb, Rita Grant, Beihafdsi Leah Elsie, Cindy Small. FOURTH ROW: Jane Tarr, Maria Storkman, Tanea Tombaugh, Kim Armstrong, Kerry Armstrong, Tom Watson, Brad -701111, Ame Bell. ll Before a deadline, students on the Prep Journal spend many hours pasting up the journal to send to the newspaper office. araab' This year to help lighten the load, Mr. Jim Wilderman became advisor to Prep Journal and Mrs.' Taylor-helps as co-advisor to editor Mary Marchal. Marchal Edits Prep Journal Under Wilderrnan The Prep Journal Provides MCHS students newspaper jour- nalism training, offers an opportunity for creative writing, and instills in them al feeling of responsibility. The Prep Journal was issued once every three weeks as a supplement to the Daibf Republican Register. The main purpose of the paper is to in- form and entertain the students, faculty and other interested people about events happening in the school. The Prep Journal contained regular feature and sports articles each issue and also contained many special features. After nine years of dedi- cated service as advisor to the Prep JournaL Mrs. Helen Taylor resigned to take position as business advisor. Mr. James Wild- erman replaced her as newspaper advisor. Two of our writers won special recognition at the SISPA Convention in Carbon- dale. F A Chapter Has Record Year In M erits The Mt. Carmel chapter of FFA had another active year. Chapter members receiving special recognition were as follows: Ninth place in Soil Judging, Leland Marriott and Ray Tennis, State Farmer Degreesg Dave Peter, sec- ond place in public speaking, Dwain Seals, fourth in Fat Stock contest, Dan Yarbor and Jim Tennis, fourth and fifth respectively in Ag Mechanics Contest, Alan Broster, Special Production Award in Small Grains, and Galen Hering, Mark Tennis and Dan Hinderliter, first, sixth and eighth respectively in the Dairy Judging Contest. Chapter honors were as follows: First place in Program of Work Contest, and third place in the Ag Mechanics contest. Also, the chapter participated in the National FFA. Linda Jones was elected Chapter Sweetheart. FRONT ROW: Danny Steckler, Randy Anderson, Steve Burkett, Leonard By- bee, Kenneth Goodson, Mark Tennis, Wayne Kennard. SECOND ROW: Ed Stoneburger, Danny Hinderliter, Dave Peter, Jim Tennis, Terri Kieffer, Chapter Sweetheart, Queen Linda Jones, Dave Goodson, Donald Blythe, Jim Strine, Mr. Robb sponsor. THIRD ROW: Tim Beauchamp, Verdayne Seal, Fred Drone, Dwain Seals, Kenny Kieffer, Robert Ashby, Kevin Seal, Carl Pixley, Galon Hering. gait' 'Q rx A W -MXXM LAR Skilled F.F.A. members proved their talented abilities by working long and tedi- ous hours to produce a float for the annual Football Homecoming Parade. OFFICERS OF FFA OF THE 71-72 YEAR: Jim Strine Treasurer, Allen Broster Vice-President, Jim Tennis President, Dave Peter Secretary. SECOND ROW: David Goodson Reporter, Donald Blythe Sentinel. 4, 2 ,, .sk AXBRE HMEMA miie As FHA officers look on, Connie Stoltz, President, pins an incoming member Nancy Norrick, during the initiation. Afterwards, the new members presented skits. H omemakers H em Handicapped Children This year Future Homemakers of America had a very successful year. At the start of the year the FHA,ers sold Spook Insurance for all the families who had trickers and not treaters. During the yearmany people come to talk to the group. Mrs. Williams from the Chamber of Com- merce talked to the girls on the progress of Mt. Carmel. Later a Mr. Pappas from the Handicapped Children's Fund lectured on the children's home, their activities and showed slides on their home. During FHA week on Fri- day the girls collected for Lily Day for the Handicapped Children, and on Sunday the FHA,ers attended mass at the Catholic Church together. The rest of the week was busy, giving the teachers an apple. They wore red and white. FIRST ROW: Miss Hasenmeyer, Advisor, Nellie Krug, Nancy Norrick, Lisha Summerfield, Sandra York, Marilyn Pierson, 2nd vice-president, Terri Beyke, Marilyn Trapp, lst vice president, Marilyn Neikirk, Points and Degrees, Mrs. Davis, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Lisa Williams, Bridget Hartwick, Marty Wo- odcock, Kathi Thomson, secretary, Linda Jones, Alenda Witkowski, Gwynna Lang, Connie Wilkinson. THIRD ROW: Cathy Holcomb, Melody Litherland, Lucinda Pixley, Peggy Helton, treasurer, Debbie Talley, historiang Kay Painter, Connie Stoltz, presidentg Brenda Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Lynn Fafferty, Elaine Mobley, Kim Klienschmidt, Debbie Burton, Anita Zentheofer, Diane Mobley, Ann Berberich, public relations, Tara Hockgeiger, projects, ab- sent from picture. These happy FHA,ers had a good time at their get acquainted party which was held at the new V park. The girls roasted hot dogs and played games. E7M34:anQ -'-w 11 ' if 4"iB3Q"'--ff--W f 9W--' FIRST ROW: Shelia Schafer, Julie Jackson, Karen Cruse, Vickie Bennett, Mary White, Linda Richardson. SECOND ROW: Gwynna Lang, Nita Smith, Hanna Epler, Sandy York, Mary Summers, Sharon Em- mons. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Capin, Terri Anderson, Debbie Talley, Alenda Witkow- ski, Anita Zenthoefer, Sabrina Dougherty, FOURTH ROW: Jill Barker, Sheri Sharp, GiGi Goodman, Carol Cassaleggi, Tanea Tombaugh, Maria Storkman. FIRST ROW: Thelma Price, Jennifer Hol- comb, Paula VanGilder, Janice Woods, Me- linda Gratz, Marilyn Chapman, Joyce Lang. SECOND ROW: Mindy Adams, Georgia Dunkel, Margaret Woodcock, Becky Masher, Patricia Carey, Elaine Mobley, Margaret Beuligmann, Darlene Kieffer. THIRD ROW: Linda Alka, Angela Kramer, Alice Parr, Kim Seaton, Jane Sei- bert, Vicki Renner, Martha Beuligmann, Kim Kleinschmidt, Jenny Warmer. FIRST ROW: Mary Masher, Maria Dunkel, Lana Davis. SECOND ROW: Per- fidia Shearer, Jane Lowe, Elaine Bender. THIRD ROW: Darla Williams, Sally French, Rita Grant, Judy Walter. FIRST ROW: Kae Koger, Julie Baker, Ka- thy Peach, Bev Wilderman. SECOND ROW: Jan Adams, Lisa Williams, Dorothy Kieffer, Sharon Grewe, Jan Bridges, Cathy Windes. THIRD ROW: Mary Walter, Nancy Ater, Rose Epler, Judy Simpson, Ann Bethards, Janice Trapp, Diana Mobley. FIRST ROW: Kathy Brummet, secretaryg Debby Reeves, points co-chairman: Sharon McRaven, points co-chairman. SECOND ROW: Lisa Williams, Freshman executive member, Carolyn Capin, vice-president: Tana Leeds,-presidentg Mary Wood, treasurer. THIRD ROW: Sponsors, Mrs. Sharon Richeson and Mrs. Betty John. Bicycle Riding Is Added 0 GAA Activities GAA is one of the most popular clubs in the school. The year began with the annual picnic at the City Park. First year members chose "Big Sistersn to help them with any questions or problems. The girls participated in various ac- tivities, including campcraft, archery, badminton, bowling, tennis, and many .others. Bicycling was added as a new ac- tivity this year. To receive a letter each girl must have earned at least seventy-five points by attending GAA after school or doing special stunts. There are other awards be- sides the annual letter awards. Teresa Stanley won a trophy for the highest score in the bowling unit. In the spring the new members were initiated in a candlelight ceremony. Later in the year the awards were presented and the moth- er's tea was held. At the tea, talented GAA'ers exhibited their skills. held in the girl,s gymnasium for the initiation into GAA. Bicycle riding is only one of the many after school activities in which GAA members take part. 1 Anxious girls participated in the candlelight ceremonyw Science Ana' Camera Stimulates Interests The Science Club this year consisted of several stu- dents interested in science. They held a car wash to raise money for a field trip to Chicago. Other trips that at- tracted members were a day at the Evansville museum and a trip to the AMAX coal mine. Judi Simpson at- tended the District Paper Sessions and Science Fair at EIU. Elisa Beard was the co-chairman for the southeast- ern district of the Illinois Jr. Academy of Science. The Camera Club, a second year organization, continued to teach its members to develop pictures, make negatives and prints and use the correct film, flash, and lens. r .3291 -K SCIENCE CLUB: Judi Simpson, Elisa Beard, Carolyn Koenig, Kerry Armstrong, Ann Bethards, Alan Koenig and Sponsor, Mr. Ron Youngs. .rl Sophomore Judi Simpson of the MCHS Science Club shows her chemical project that won an Outstanding Award in the District Science Fair Eastern Illinois Uni- versity. After learning how to take a sharp clear picture, members of Camera Club leam how to develop their pictures in the dark room under Mrs. Jolmson. l CAMERA CLUB: FRONT ROW: Cindy Small, Tonya Brown, Larry Schmitt, Bill Wolf. SECOND ROW: Paul Stein, Ruth Weisenber- ger, Mary Stein, Harvey Calvin. t Club members Dale Corrie, Gary Hoffman, and Jim Price display their de- ., M Ar signed faces after other members painted them according to their various person- alities. MCHS Art Ana' FNC Clubs Contribute Service Mrs. Eplerls Art Club had a busy year, beginning with making two floats that placed Second and Third in the Homecoming parade. The Art Club members decorated for the football and basketball banquets, for the class plays, and the cafeteria bulletin boards. Also, they partic- ipated in the Southern Illinois High School Art Exhibit. The FNC Club, vigorously sponsored by Mr. Paris Watts, has been an active career service organization. Many community doctors and other health and medical speakers were heard by the club, as were highly informa- tional films that were shown. A field trip was made to the Olney School of Nursing. The year was concluded with a picnic trip to Mesker Park in Evansville. ART CLUB MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: David Beuligmann, Gary Hoffman, Cathy Windes, Linda Padgett. SECOND ROW: Mike Schuh, Bev Wild- erman, Mary Jo Kieffer, Nellie Krug. THIRD ROW: Terry Onyett, Dale Corrie, Angie McGuire, Judi Simpson, Mrs. Epler, Sponsor. FNC MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Thecla Barber, Ellen Beard, Lisa Beesley, Marilyn Neikirk. SECOND ROW: Mr. Watts Sponsor, Janice Trapp, Beth Gilkerson, Connie Wilkinson, Marilyn Trapp. VI CA Students Ahead On Vocational Choice VICA is the club group representing our interrelated cooperative education program. MCHS was one of the first 12 schools in the state to start this program. Today this program is given top priority in the state as the only vocational program with proven excellent placement value. The MCHS Vica club participated in many events during the year including sales of trash bags and whisk brooms, concession at ball games, car wash and bake sale. Other activities including a picnic, play night, and annual banquet at Funkhouser's Dining Room. Students in this program develop a high degree of self-reliance, character, and leadership through their daily experiences. W VKZIIY tiyt, l ,,,, Junior David Burke, in on-the-job training in Bus Maintenance, is gaining valua- ble experience as a bus mechanic under trainer Herman Raber of the Unit 4348. Jeff Ankenbrand, Student produce manager at Altadonna's IGA Mar- ket, is training to be a produce manager under the excellent trainer, Mr Walter Gibbs of IGA. ' FIRST: Don Dicus fTreas.j, Donna -Garwood fSec.J, Patty Bray CV-Pres.J Robert Leek, Danny Keepes, Sponsor Mr. Rick Henry. THIRD: Linda Ma- David Wilderman fPres.J, Fred McClane fParliamentarianj, Mike Schneider son, Robert Kolb, Archie Davis, Glen Markle, Mike Sucdstrom, Jeff Anken- fReporterj. SECOND: Sylvia Smith, Kay Shain, Kyra Blevins, David Burke, brand fNot present- Anita Beuligmann.J ,. V,.,, ffff Mr. Peterson, IEC sponsor, and Greg Xanders, President, present a gift to Andy Anderson, Youth Fair. FRONT ROW: Mr. Gray, Mike Sutton, Kenny Cash, Joe Sutton, Jerry Andrews, Bob Boyce. SECOND ROW: Keith Richards, Mike White, Joe Underriner, Paul Stein. THIRD ROW: Dan Yarbor, Bill Jamison, Curt Ile, Charlie Seaton, Greg Xanders, Ken Landingham, Rick Snow, Leon Newkirk, Lester Banks, Bill Van Matre. FOURTH ROW: Kenny Kieffer, Tim Rafferty, Warren Harper, Rick Meadows, Tony Finch, Greg Buchanon. FIFTH ROW: Bob Alka, Bob Shoemaker, John Ewald, Jay Riordan, Mr. Belt, Mike Woods, Greg Smith. The Industrial Education Club made Christmas tree lights for the Chamber of Commerce this year to help decorate Market Street. These decorations helped to enliven the season. W 'wx Zjiiii . . IEC Promotes Community Projects With the goal of industrial education in mind the In- dustrial Education Club donated S20O to the Wabash County Youth Foundation, which they felt was a worth- while cause. The club also actively participated in the Homecoming parade by constructing and winning the First Place float in the parade. The C1ub's Christmas pro- ject was to construct decorations for all light poles on main street, which will be enjoyed by the entire commu- nity next year. A tasty fish fry was also hosted this year with the fathers again enjoying the festivities. As was the case last year, the club members and their sponsors feel this is the best organization at M.C.H.S. FRONT ROW: Brad John, Gene Gehret, Mark Martin, John Mendenhall. SECOND ROW: Rick Smith, Kelly John, Jim Steckler, Bill Bowen, Scott Bosaw, Kim Crackel. THIRD ROW: Jeff Seaton, Paul Scriber, Pete Hall, Richard Ankenbrandt, Kerry Armstrong, Ron Wilcox. During basketball season, Key Clubbers held conces- sions to raise money for future use in the community. Key Club Promotes Area Projects And Charities This yearis Mt. Carmel Key Club far exceeded all ex- pectations in their service to the community and world. This was due to the leadership of some of the senior members and to the dedication and hard work of the un- derclassmen. The Club donated unselfishly their time and money to more than twelve community projects. Other noted events that took place this year were the election of Lt. Governor, John Mendenhall, the attendance of six Key Clubbers at the district convention and the Parent's Appreciation Banquet which was highlighted by the pres- entation of outstanding Key Clubbers Awards to Senior Brad John, Junior John Mendenhall, Sophomore Leon Pixley. 3 s During lunch periods members of Key Club sold buttons for 27 cents to help send a mouse to college. This was just one of the many fund raising activities. BEND A V Martha Beuligmann, Jane Seibert, Jenny Warrner, Marilyn Chapman, Terry Dean, Alice Trapp, and Thelma Price livened up a pep assembly with cheerful smiles and songs. Pep Club Aroused The Spirit Of The Students This year the Pep Club sponsored many money-mak- ing activities. Besides helping the Pep Club to raise money, the projects were intended to liven school spirit. Cushions, raincoats, bumper stickers, and Homecoming pins, that featured the MCHS emblem on them were sold during football and basketball games. Also, at pep assem- blies various skits were performed by members of the Pep Club. A Cl1ili Supper was also sponsored before one of the basketball games with enthusiastic results. All in all, the Pep Club had a successful year with hopes of making next year's club even better. Alcie Trapp, Bev Wilderman and Mrs. Newkirk serve at the Chili Supper sponsored by the Pep Club. FRONT ROW: Bev Wilderman, Cathy Windes, Sherry Richardson, Barb Neikerk, Sherri Noe, Tonya Brown, Debbie Reeves, Jo Dillard, Vesta Peter, Beth Dagley. SEC- OND ROW: Debbie Talley, Margaret Beu- ligmann, Alice Trapp, Georgia Dunkel, Kae Koger, Terri Beyke, Cindy Underriner, Sharon Grewe, Hanna Epler, Nancy Raber, Frances Girten. THIRD ROW: Kathi Thomson, Sherri McRaven, Angi McGuire, Tana Leeds, Lana Davis, Mary Summers, Jan Bridges, Lynn Edmonson, Sabrina Dougherty, Judy Simpson, Maria Dunkel. FOURTH ROW: Kathy Dagley, Marilyn Trapp, Diana Mobley, Gwynna Lang, Al- enda Witkowski, Lee Ann Compton, Jenni- fer Barefield, Kim Taylor, Cindy Small. FIFTH ROW: Martha Beuligmann, Barb Tennis, Ann Bethards, Lynn Rafferty, Karen McIntyre, Mrs. Epler, Sponsor. , ,, H , ,W Q, ' ' '4n'Mi5"3 H52 f?75TffliE??:Efli21ieEE?3!IF Miiifiipvwlikvit 2, v --H- "' Q,-1,22 Sha w2.5E,mHlMlUW5 MUSIC J ff if Members of the Concert Bank are listed in the index. M CHS Concert Band Innovative In Image Music loudly resounded through the MCHS halls with shades of the good old favorites seasoned and balanced with the time- tested traditional numbers. Director Mr. Gene Collins and Assist- ant Director Mr. William Hudson lead a band consisting of two- thirds sophomore members, as well as interested and talented choral members. The marching band developed new formations that were added to the already outstanding standards. As always Pep Band put zest and life into all pep assemblies. Due to the austerity program, no new instruments were purchased. The Top- hatters and Majorettes performed with new novel routines and props. This year, due to personnel available, the Boyls Octet was changed to the Boy's Quartet. The other vocal groups performed well at community group gatherings and the Spring Concert. Cer- tainly Mr. Collins sees much promise in the large sophomore con- tention that bolsters MCHS music. fu? CHOIR MEMBERS: FIRST ROW: Mary Mascher, Debbie Bryant, Rita Grant, Darla Williams, Donna Proctor, Theresa Burroughs. SECOND ROW: Lana Davis, Tana Leeds, Judy Walter, Barb Mendenhall, Sally French, Judy Simpson, Vicki Burroughs, Mary Wood. THIRD ROW: Kevin Martin, Brad John, Mark Martin, Cheryl Collins, David Shain, Kathy Dagley. FOURTH ROW: Earl Schonoman, Roger Anderson, Kerry Armstrong, Chris Johns. The pressure and the concentration required for leading a high school band is depicted on the face of assistant director Bill Hudson during half-time. ,. asc fi ws, ' i-grief.. JT 'A , L if Q,-5 When a horn is out of commission, as does happen in the life of many a musician Qand didj to Cheryl Morris, Mr. Hudson is there to help out. As skill is acquired, members of the band have a chance to excel in their field and become members of the Pep Band which plays at the Pep Assem- blies. Directors Lead Many Assemblies And Games During the 1971-72 school year, many band members looked forward to their opportunities to play at various as- semblies and games. The band directors, Mr. Eugene Col- lins and Mr. Williams Hudson, spent many hours and much effort working with the band. This year's band was not di- vided into the Concert and Varsity bands for the basketball season as usual. This meant that the same members would play at every home game. But with concentrated practice they pulled through, and the band made several fine per- formances. The Pep Band put in regular appearances at each pep assembly, leading in the familiar school song and fight songs. They also played contemporary music at vari- ous assemblies. Mr. Collins could always be found leading the Pep Band enthusiastically in their performances. The band added much spirit to the home games and pep assem- blies. '11 'Q Q11 ir I X. X S K. . Qi 253442. ' Mq,:5w.,r . . jfX?,'f' . . . A gL,ki.1f.t X1 ig ' 'V f, X ..-gsa1,f3f, - X. pw z- 1f:Qq,.,.f X . . A X s , ,iw .ans Senior band member Tana Leeds gives her sales pitch to sell Drex to Mrs. Thomson so the band members can journey to Six Flags. The solo quintet which played special numbers at Spring Concert is composed of Tana Leeds at the flute, Barb Mendenhall at the clarinet, Tonya Brown at the bassoon, Judi Simpson at the French horn and Mary Mascher at the clari- M CHS Band Works Way T0 Six Flags Tryp This year, the band decided to take a trip to Six Flags over Mid-America. To raise funds for the trip, the members con- ducted several projects, which included selling "Drix" - a multi-purpose cleaning fluid - door to door, various car washes and bake sales, and selling advance circus tickets. A new musical group appeared at the spring concert this year. It was a woodwind quintet consisting of flute, oboe, bas- soon, clarinet, and French horn. net. These girls were selected from the band as the best in their field. Their many hours of practice brought forth this honor. Everyday during football season the march- ing band spent many long, cold hours on the field. During the halftimes at home basketball games, the talented tophatters keep the audience's attentive eye as they do their long practiced dances. I 1 iw' fi' aaaa t TL N To raise money so the band can go to Six Flags Over Mid America, Terri Dean and Lisa Williams quickly run through a car. 2 Q - ,. . if, 3 y -r, J zz S ,ix - ist 5555 fr-Q TOPHATTERS: Jan Bridges, Ann O'Donne1l, Susan Moore, Connie Tennis, Vicki Bennett, Susan Kalb, Lana Davis, Tanea Tombaugh, Joyce Dunkel, Sarah Sawver, Linda Jones. Jennifer Warner, Ellen Beard. Dutifully practicing for one of their many concerts, the choir rehearses some of the songs that are to be presented during the annual Spring Con- cert. BOYS QUARTET: David Shain, Brad John, Earl Schonoman Mark Martin, Kathy Dagley, Accompanist. ,,,.,,M ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,r,,,,,.,..WW,,WWWWMm-Wiy af ff "iL d2FiL71 '-,- r " ' Extracurricular Music Offerings Shine At M CH S This year the Concert Band displayed their talents at foot- ball and basketball games. They also performed at the Christ- mas Concert and the Spring Concert. Mr. Eugene Collins and Mr. William Hudson directed the Concert Band. During pep assemblies the Pep Band livened the spirit of students. The various vocal groups, Girl's Chorus, Girlls Sextet, Boy's Quar- tet, and Choir performed at the Spring Concert. The Tophat- ters performed at some of the home basketball games While the Majorettes performed at the football games. All of these groups climaxed their outstanding year with an excellent Spring Concert. During Spring Concert the choir, directed by Mr. Collins, serenaded the audience with their beautiful songs. Everyone enjoyed the songs by them. STAGE BAND: FIRST ROW: Mary Mascher, Connie Tennis, Kathy Wal- ter, Susan Moore. THIRD ROW: David Shain, Bill Eblen, Phillip Smith, Ted ston, Dolores Shain, Teresa Stanley, Kerry Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Rich- Graddy, Paul Stouse, Kevin Armstrong. ard Ankenbrandt, Angie Elmore, Judy Simpson, Perfidia Shearer, Judy Wal- STAGE BAND: FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Locke, Judy Walter, Kerry Arm- Charles Pfeister, David Shain, Danny Burkett, Roger Dicus, THIRD ROW: strong, Kae Koger, Dolores Shain. SECOND ROW: Maria Storckman, Angie Elmore, Roger Anderson, Bob Wilson, Judi Simpson. A , wif xi-'rw' "W ... 4' ' -A ' ' Q f ' 'W' pm-M'L'L,:,f, ,M .f " ' A . I 7 'af Wd Q -'7' nah! , -f --19 ,V M ,,. ,,, A Wqga g N J. '5 K q-q,.fh V I f , . A T1 v' uae , f rm ' M , ',4f3W'e Vfkgif '12, .., ' ., M4-,:?rlb't', f , T 9 ,N I v f ,. tif 7,3-W ...,.,,, e fiqw' f-'f .V 'ff pm'-wg 1 4 V vw-Vf fi, pw ,,, , 'v,",fg '5 .- . r1'f,'T'1-4 ' ' 1: .' " -'f ' if ffw .. ..-,Q fr mm -M 1 ,. ff- A as "ff" . 'ef MCHS Drum Major Kerry Armstrong intently practices synchronization of movements Majorettes Kim Seaton and Terri Anderson, who fixedly fol- low. Leading the Marching Mt. Carmel High Band with beauty are the Majorettes of Ellen Beard, Terri Anderson, Terri Season, Kim Armstrong, and Kim Sea- ton. SENIOR GIRLS, CHORUS: FIRST ROW: Rita Grant, Vicki Burroughs, Georgia Brown, Glenda Howell, Jana Grubb, Mary Wood, Janice Berberich. SECOND ROW: Patty Tennes, Linda Brewer, Bonnie Rus- chmeier, Lea Fuller, Judy Walter, Barb Mendenhall, Maria Dunkel, Marilyn Trapp. THIRD ROW: Kathy Dagley, Sally French, Lisa Garrett, Lana Davis, Tana Leeds, Darla Williams, Mary Mascher, Donna Proctor. SOPHOMORE GIRLS' CHO- RUS: FIRST ROW: Alice Trapp, Beverly Wilderman, Kae Koger, Debbie Reeves, Cindy Underri- ner, Theresa Burroughs. SEC- OND ROW: Cheryl Morris, Jan Bridges, Karen McIntyre, Barb Tennis, Sharon McRaven, Vesta Peter, Linda Jones. THIRD ROW: Joe Dillard, Jennifer Bare- field, Beverly Webber, Mary Stein, Cindy Pixley, Mary Walter, Judy Simpson. FOURTH ROW: Diana Mobley, Lee Ann Comp- ton, Beth Dagley, Jo Ann Risley, Kathy Brummett, Delores Shain, Donnie Loudermilk, Melody Lith- erland. JUNIOR GIRLS, CHORUS: FIRST ROW: Sheila Schafer, Terri Seaton, Joyce Dunkel, Karen Cruse, Debbie Bryant, Bea Pixley. SECOND ROW: Sally Dunkel, Maria Storckman, Tanea Tombaugh, Kim Armstrong, Therasa Stanley, Kay Berberich. THIRD ROW: Connie Tennis, Gerri Henson, Susan Moore, Al- enda Witkowski, Jane Tarr. FOURTH ROW: Nita Smith, Anita Zentheofer, Barbara Lemke, Kathy Walston, Susan Kalk. I l These musical girls, Vicki Burroughs, Sally French, Donna Proctor, Debra Bryant, Kathy Dagley, and Connie Tennis, accompanied by Donna Turner compose the Sextet. The Sextet sings for many occasions including club Collins, Vocal Groups Sugar ' Spice Programs The Girls, Chorus and the Girls, Sextet are two of the many musical groups at M.C.H.S. The Girls, Chorus puts in hard practice during every week of the year in preparation for the annual Spring Concert. A few of the songs they pres- ented were 'fTheme from Love Story,', f'Let It Bef, and "California Dreaminfl' The talented members of the Sextet sang songs such as '6Abraham, Martin, and Johnf' and "Early in the Morning? The skilled singers of the Girls' Sextet also gave good presentations of their versatility by appearing at such activities as the annual Christmas concert, the Junior Class Play, and Commencement. They spent many long hours after school working on their music and preparing for their performances. These two musical groups, directed by Mr. Eugene Collins, demonstrate in their ap- pearances the fine abilities found in the M.C.H.S. Music Department. banquets and concerts providing the captivated audience with familiar mel- odies and many contemporary songs. FRESHMAN GIRLS, CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Ellen Beard, Ann O'Donnell, Paula VanGilder, Tonya Brown, Susan Macer, Monica Hum- phrey. SECOND ROW: Marylin Chapman, Thelma Price, Sarah Sawyer, Jenny Warrner, Lisa Beesley, Sheri Noe. THIRD ROW: Mindy Adams, Vicki Renner, Georgia Dunkel, Kim Seaton, Becky Mascher. Academics "f-ST' it' , a,.m.f J oifhdinllvvv . mK As Principal of Mount Carmel High School, Mr. Priest gives his consent or disap- proval. Whatever the matter or need, Mr. Priest listens to the many wants of the students. Rules Extended B Priest Ana' Decker The 1971-72 school year at Mt. Carmel High School was one of marked progress for both student and fac- ulty alike under the strong influence of a unit austerity program. Principal William J. Priest directed the over- all policy for the school and led the faculty in instruc- tion improvement. Mr. Glenn Decker, Assistant Prin- cipal, worked mainly in the areas of student discipline and attendance. More lenient rules of teachers' dress were extended to the faculty as they were to the stu- dents last year. New courses were offered in Mass Me- dia, Shakespeare, Creative Writing, Sociology, Eco- nomics, American Government and Current Problems. In service workshops were held to upgrade instruction in practically all departments of the school. Mr. Priest announced a goal of a students, commons room to be built without tax money. This year was another step to make MCHS the best high school in the United States, not an unattainable goal. f Being the secretary of Mr. Priest keeps Mrs. Wright very busy, but she always has time to listen to the complaints of the stu- dents. P'-we Mrs. Koger types all the materials in the office and I'm sure everyone is grateful to her for typing our report cards in time. Mr. Bowen, the superintendant of District 348, is always at his office ready to hear and try new suggestions. Wise decisions on matters are always to be reached. anis! FIRST SEMESTER OFFICE WORKERS: Left to Right ROW 1: Patty Girten, Tina Price, Karen Cruse, Connie Wilkinson, Marilyn Pierson. ROW 2: Terri Kief- fer, Sabrina Dougherty, Judy McCaw, Darla Williams, Lisa Garrett, Mary Wood. ROW 3: Melody Henager, Angie McGuire, Patti Goodson, Debby Ashby. -.., . 4 P - .fir.,..:.::J::1-fs.2:s::-wffz-:far .... . f , -.1 ,. . ., .., - -V ---f-NW The long line for an absentee pass starts forming promptly at eight o'c1ock. Mr. Decker is always there to decide upon an excused or unexcused absent pass. rod, Lisa Garrett. ROW 3: Terri Kieffer, Sabrina Dougherty. ROW 4: Angie McGuire, Marilyn Trapp, Melody Henager, Patti Goodson. k K . . - , .. K, -.-,.ff-,g5.,,,5,.5,,........:.. x .f,...:,. .V V I SECOND SEMESTER OFFICE WORKERS: Left to right ROW 1: Joyce Dunkel, Tina Price, Karen Cruse, Debby Ashby, Marilyn Nei- kerk. ROW 2: Patty Girten, Peggy Choatie, Judy McCaw, Diane Pen- School Board Problems Are Austere Finances District 348 schools under the able leadership of Super- intendent Robert Bowen and the School Board faced a year of financial austerity due to inadequate revenues for the present program. The fine leadership abilities of the Board members were evidenced by the fine quality of courses and programs maintained while the financial sup- port for instruction materials, long-range building main- tenance and new equipment purchase was greatly less- ened. Included in curriculum improvements in foreigh language were Mr. Pearson teaching Seventh Grade Latin and Mrs. Wanda Shaw teaching Eighth Grade Spanish. In addition, village schools had permanent music and physical education teachers, rather than the traveling teachers. Mr. Beckerman Mr. Kirkman Mr. Raber Mr. Simpson is Mr. Keating, President of the School Board, devotes time and effort to his job. He does his share to make District 348 schools better places to learn. Mr. Marriot Mr. Williams A ' D' 'EdSd d',M.K1' d M T C Z MSf.al5QiQ1fb2iViffief1y alliffstfielftilfttiapliliingi in Sfiviirs Ore eenagers Omp 6116 Ed. I If y Driver Education The Driver Education Department headed by Mr. Ed- ward Kline is one of the more popular departments at MCHS. Other teachers in the department are Mr. George Toler, and Mr. Weisgerber. The course of study for sopho- mores begins with six weeks of "Rules of the Roadl' films, lectures, demonstrations, and speeches by visiting police and safety officers. After this pre-driving segment of the course, the students go behind the wheel for six exciting weeks. Al- ways the weather plays a factor during this driving phaseg some days the cars, which are donated by local dealers through their companies, are not permitted to go out on hazardous roads. Hopefully the students conclude their training with an earned driverfs license, and almost all do. Driver's Ed students John Short, Colleen Kleinschmidt, and Connie Loudermilk prepare for a drive under Mr. Weisgerbefs direction. During Driver Education, the students switch drivers after a certain amount of driving. The first six weeks of Driver Education are spent watching films and learning the rules of the road. The written test is then given. If the test is passed, six weeks of actual driving follow. During their English I class, Susan Macer, Kathy Holcomb, Thelma The Speech I class invited guests who were to express different Price, Barb Neikerk, Deanne Fiency, Karen Gray, Lisa Beesley, and POIHIS Of View 111 21 Panel 10 tell what they ihmlghf the mam Pmblem Margaret Beuligmann plan the script for their play. Seniors Christine Johns and Kevin Martin watch the cast of the Variety Show march out for the finale, "Grand 'Ole Flag," which was dedicated to the young men fighting in the Viet Nam War. The "Theatrical School of '72," written by Mrs. Hudson's Speech II class, was a huge success. is which faces us today. The points of view represented were the farmer, city official, minister, woman, teacher, and student. ,GQQV h 4' Mark Keneipp a speech student, uses a microphone in a simulated speech situation to speak to visitors on the evening of an open house for parents. Speech Classes Give Poise To Students This year the Speech II class had a great success in "The Variety Showf' After writing a script, they had auditions so that anyone in the school could have a part. Besides this the Speech I and II classes had panel discussions and acted out soap operas. Speech I is a very good course to take interest in. You learn to make speeches, and then being able to give them in front of an audience. Mrs. Hudson, the Speech teacher, takes a great interest in the students and their probe lems. Speech II is more advanced this year. A movie was made in which everyone in the class had interesting work in discussions, tape recording, and speeches. The students of the Speech II class used their own imaginations to create stage sets for different plays. Kerry Armstrong receives helpful criticisms. S Zudenfs Needs Met B Math Department The Mathematics Department of Mt. Carmel High School, headed by Mr. Richard Spruell, constantly reev- aluates its curriculum and teaching techniques in order to meet the constantly changing needs of all of the students at MCHS. New additions to the curriculum were two de- celerated courses, Algebra IA and Algebra IB to replace Algebra I and Algebra II. These courses, were changes made in keeping with the philosophy of the department in offering a wide variety of courses to meet the various sundry abilities and interests of the student body. The department stresses numbers, reasonable thinking, and problem solving. All in all, it is the hope of each MCHS teacher of mathematics to develop in each student the skills and thought processes that he wants to develop. "Eff 4. x Working very diligently to complete a geometry test during Mr. Tra- cy's sixth period class are sophomore math students Phil Menden- hall and Pat Villines. MMM sib- -in Sally French, Tana Leeds, Mary Mascher, and Kerry Armstrong work steadily to complete their math test. The contest is taken to test their skills in math. Math contest winners Richard Ankenbrandt, who placed third, Mary Mascher, sec- ond, and Kim Crackel first, complete their daily math assignments for their various teachers. - ' Lwuwwli-3 """'Wk 7X.,...X " Officer Gilkerson talks to Mr. Elbe's science class about the problem of drug abuse and how it plays a major role in today's teenage society. mai-.ef These biology students are conducting experiments to find how many calories are in certain foods. Biology students perform many projects independently. Freshman and sophomore science students were excused from classes to attend an assembly. A representative from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration came and discussed the space program with the students. He told about space vehicles, satellites, and the way of life in space. 'X "4 " ,Q ga-it vi --I Under the supervision of the Mrs. Epler, many things are learned. Bob Wilson is busy on the thoughts of painting. A wide variety of crafts is also studied. fx One of the many projects completed in art class is a clay model. Senior David Beuligmann spends many industrious hours working on his clay model. N,-4' . "' . ,Milk ,gl jiapddf-0' ,,,4 , . :WW .,,,4,-oi" In first period Art I class the subject is Kaleidoscope designs and color. Kaleidoscope is an advanced application and design technique. This is used quite often in advertisements. Second semester is spent in contracted projects. Textiles and metals are among the new projects. 84 -fr' Student of French IV class, Kathy Dagley spends most of her free time writing a research paper written in French. Art And Foreign Language Grace The Humanities Mt. Carmel High students are fortunate in that their educa- tional offerings in both art and foreign language provide a broadening understanding of themselves. The art program, un- der the capable leadership of Mrs. Lois Epler, is popular in that it presents a multiplicity of ways in which man may objec- tify his ideas and perceptions. The foreign language curriculum presented by Mr. Robert Lucas, Mrs. Claire Locke and Mr. Bailey Pearson attract a more than high average percentage of students in French, Spanish and Latin, as these students learn to communicate these languages and to understand the people who possess these languages as native. Before going into the lab to listen to tapes, Spanish students look over their lessons and prepare a conversation in Spanish. af ae, ? 'mm ,, . t, Dennis Wirth learned the techniques of the Friden Electronic, which is only one of the many machines and devices used in office machines. iee fi 'i 'Wx iisl .4 Seniors Mary Marchal, Mary Wood, Maria Dunkel, Frances Girten work steadily in Mr. Donham's bookkeeping class. Accuracy is always a major fac- tor here. Clerical Practice teaches girls like Teri Beyke, typing, filing and the many problems that happen in a business office today. lr"' The clicking sound of adding machines is heard quite frequently when Mary Marchal, Darla Williams and Fid Shearer exercise their skills on them. ,..4pdll'7' During Secretarial Practice, Mrs. Couch dictates shorthand and then the girls transcribe and type their notes for speed and accuracy. Tracy McGill and Dennis Wirth carefully watch their copies as they take time writings to improve their speed and accuracy in Typing I. Many Students Find Business Field Promising Mrs. Couch teaches courses in business education that train students for a secretarial career consisting of advanced typing fclerical practicej, advanced shorthand fsecretarial practicej, beginning shorthand, and office machines. Speed and accuracy are emphasized. Mr. Donham teaches basic business, book- keeping, typewriting III, and office machines. Basic Business is the first course available in business education at this high school. Typing III provides supervised and integrated practice on production projects that apply to and give experience in the preparation of more advanced tables, reports, correspondence, and forms. The business courses at MCHS provide the stu- dents with a promising future. Miss Blackford from SIU, student teacher for Mrs. Couch, takes a few min- utes to show Becky Gidcumb the various techniques of duplicating and mineo- graphing. Home Ec Offers Heuyful Courses For Future Use Home Economics, now known as Personal and Public Services at the state level, strives to prepare students for an occupational skill. Five major areas are stressed: Foods and Nutrition, Textiles and Clothing Construction, Childcare, Consumer Education, and Family Living. Childcare stu- dents received practical experience through observation and through participation in a nurserey school situation in classes at other schools in the community. Advanced Food trainees went to the cafeteria once a week to gain experi- ence in quantity cooking. Profitable Serving trainees gained experience and gave service to the Monticello Nursing Home. Consumer Education, Child Development, and Fa- mily Living students prepared themselves for a worthwhile life in the future. ,,v. rigid The girls in fourth period foods class try their hand at preparing a meal When the meal is finished they will readily eat the finished product. 'X lf? Senior Rhonda Spruell patiently works on her garment in sewing class. After completion of the garment, Rhonda will proudly wear the outfit. Sewing is a subject at MCHS that takes skill and integrity. Anita Zenthoe- fer displays her skill and integrity by cutting out her garment. ..,....-w ,.........- diva 4 i, ff "'L it Members of Food classes spent their evening baking cookies for the While the parents and vistors toured the rooms to see the students' work, Thecla open house held for the public to observe the various students' work. Barber and other Child Care students babysitted and played with the children. In the home economics room the members of Future Homemakers of America have a get acquainted party for the Future Farmers of America. The Sponsors talk together as the students enjoy the refreshments and mingle among the students. PE And Health Classes S-TSW i i P Run Ana' Study For Lives 3 The Mt. Carmel High School Physical Education program fights the easy life that leads to flabby and weak bodies. The physical fitness program motivates many students by awarding the Senior Merit and Presidenfs Physical Fitness Awards. This year the Boys, PE classes wrestled in addition to the tradi- tional activities of football, volleyball, basketball, and body shaping calisthenics. The Girls' PE classes maintained their ,E -Q , femininity while ruggedly participating in volleyball, basket- g ball, golf, tennis, soccer, badminton, tumbling and other grace- ful calisthenics. Mr. Watts taught the seniors how to maintain strong and healthy bodies through proper diet, exercise and preventive practices to avoid certain prevalent diseases. Many films and doctors spoke to this health class preparing to enter the adult world. .... ...nn i.-i-t ,. Junior Melody Henager demonstrates the graceful back flip that she succeeded to learn in P.E. Many exciting stunts are achieved by the girls. Wrestling was popular in Mt. Carmel High School boys' physical coach John Gates believes the interest shown in classes helps the education classes this year. Here is an example of the vigor and wrestling team a lot. enthusiasm most students threw into each hold and move. Wrestling Ex-drug users Tom Tinen and Vic Harrison talk to Mr. Watt's Health classes about their experiences with both hard and soft drugs such as STP and LSD and Heroin. During an assembly Betty Violette and Terry Freeman speak to the students about their experiences with drugs. Betty is in charge of the Indianapolis Teen Center. In Health classes, Mr, Watts brought in Recessive Annie to demonstrate the procedure for artificial respiration. Tilt head back, jult jaw, pinch nose and breathe deeply till lungs expand. Students practiced this procedure for an emergency situa- tion. M ,M-+ Cherry Hills is the site for the house which will be built by the vocational classes. Mr. Belt, the supervisor of this construction, goes over the plans once again. Each class specializes in certain In Vocational Electronics class, Jay Riordan, Lester Banks, and Joe Siefferman, pre- wire a house. The Vocational classes each contribute to the building of a house. -JS Seven students from North Middle School watch David Goodson make an electronic repair. Mr. Philip Humphrey, a Guidance Counselor at North Middle School, planned this visitation for the bene- fit of the students. As President of the School Board, Mr. Keating, has the honor of breaking the ground projects. The stakes are set, and the building of their first house for the site of the house to be built by the Vocational classes' will soon begin. Building Trades Builds House In Cherry Hills Mr. Rickcliffe Henry, Vocational Director of Unit 31348, has involved many high school departments into a cohesive unit, that is building a fine home, however, Mr. Henry is em- phatic in insisting that the Building Trades Class is doing the bulk of the work. Mr. Howard Belt teaches this class that spends two hours a day on the job. The Agriculture Depart- ment is seeding and landscaping, Home Ed is in charge of color, drapes and other interior decorating, Electricity Class is doing all the wiring, Metals Class is doing some of the plum- bing and sheet metal work, and Business Department will be advertising the home for sale. Surely this is an outstanding ex- cellent example of the whole school working together. .E Sophomore Dustin Lawson demonstrates how to turn on a tank of oxygen for the preparation of a lighted torch. Mr. Gray is the head of the project. More Personal Guidance Spec Ed On-The-Job The MCHS Guidance Department placed an even greater emphasis on personal counseling by seeing more students in addition to the regular conferences. Counseling was intensified in all three areas of the personal, academic and the vocational. A greater bulk of helpful information was provided in career, educational planning, college financial aid, armed forces, and college preliminary testing interpretation. Special Education has become larger in terms of students' number and activities. A field trip was taken to .Olney to General Telephone, the AMF plant, and the Prairie Farms plant. Twelve students re- ceived valuable on-the-job training through the Cooperative Work Training Program. This is an addition of five students over last year. Special Education worked hard to make all of its members self-supporting, free citizens of tomorrow. Besides taking classroom sessions, George West helps clean in the cafeteria after lunch to train him for work sometime in the future. These special ed students are engaged in a regular academic system and a few spend part time working on jobs around or in school. During his free time, Ron Knackamus helps the other janitors in keep- ing MCHS clean and spotless for all the visitiors and students. WMS J WSW meal! ' as As secretary of the Guidance office, Mrs. McDanie1s works very steadily. She is always there to help you and also greets you with a pleasing smile. e bulletin board on the main floor is always filled with valuable informa- n. Mrs. McDaniels and Mr. Winkler are busy keeping fresh news on the ard. if Each year the Guidance Counselors meet with students and show films on drugs and other matters. A discussion about the film is then opened among the students. Mr. Winkler starts off the discussion with a few of his ideas. Conferences help to make constructive ideas and criticisms. 95 During the social problems classes, the Seniors voted on their choice of class trip. The choices were Beach Bend, Six Flags Over St. Louis, and Kings Is- land. During their free seventh period, Sue Utley, Cindy Underriner check pa pers and help prepare tests for Mr. Taylor's history classes. D A 5 aygx--v-..... -QR . 35.-,fgf .V t, 1. . ,f"i -q-,,.....-f-""""','f This year Social Problems was split into Sociology, and American Govem ment taught by Mr. Weaver, and Economics and Current Problems taught by Mr. Sams. In Current Problems the students read current newspaper and magazine articles. gtg . qmmitrtcw-.ecxsNfS1kx X , s 4 H K 'X tx X 5 X y W K3 . During library periods, students find the library quiet to study. John Shoaff concentrates deeply as he thinks about his assignments. Social Problems ow Four Choices For Seniors The history curriculum changed a little this year. The Social Problems classes were expanded to give the seniors a larger choice. The Sociology, American Government and Economics are three of the choices and they use the old Social Problems book for its reading material. The other course, Current Prob- lems, used current periodicals and newspapers to keep up on the latest in politics and news. American and World History are still available to the sophomore and juniors. In the library students find a very relaxing time to spend on studying or maybe a little shuteye, and peace and quiet. Miss Moore, li- brarian, helps any student who needs books in research or for a report in one of their classes. This year Donna Garwood worked in the library in the afternoon assisting Miss Moore and contacting people who have books overdue. The library provides many students a nice place to study. ue' kfs., gf' During her free periods in the afternoon, Donna Garwood spends-her time working in the library for Miss Moore. She leams how to file books and sends the notices when someone's book is overdue. Teachers Gain Privilege Of Wearing Pantsuits This year, the formal dress code was expanded for the teach- ers. The women suddenly found that they werel no longer rele- gated to wearing dresses every day. Pantsuits were found ac- ceptable. Four new teachers were added to the MCHS roster this year: Mr. Conrady, Mr. Watts, Mrs. Goodson, and Mrs. Liddle. They found most students willing and eager to learn and help teachers adjust to a new environment. Mr. Stein and Miss Wise retired this year, finishing their teaching careers. The entire faculty found in-service workshops most helpful in the upgrading of their separate areas of subject matter. Morale and co-operation were very high among all faculty members. Needless to say, the MCHS teachers in '72 enjoyed a most profitable and educational year. MR. HOWARD BELT: Wood- working I, II, Industrial Arts I, Building Trades, JV Basketball Coach, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. EUGENE COLLINS: Mu- sic Director, Band, General Mu- sic, Choir, Chorus, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. LARRY CONNRADY: Drafting, Freshman Football Coach, Junior Class Sponsor. MRS. KAY COACH: Office Ma- chines, Shorthand, Clerical Prac- tice, Secretarial Practice, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. LARRY DAVIS: Boys' Physical Education, Freshman Basketball Coach, Head Football Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. SANDY DAVIS: Orienta- tion to Home Economics, Cloth- ing Construction, Food Prepara- tion, Orientation to Foods, Ad- vanced Food Preparation, FHA Club Sponsor, Junior Class Spon- sor. Retiring teachers, Miss LaFerne Wise in English and Mr. Frank Stein in Science, receive service recognition awards from principal Bill J. Priest. QISJSJUEZ MR. CARL DOADES: Special Education, Freshman Class Spon- sor. MR. ROBERT DONHAM: Of- fice Machines, Bookkeeping, Ty- pewriting III, Senior Class Spon- sor. MR. HARRY ELBE: General Science, Earth Science, Science Club Sponsor, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. LOIS EPLER: Art I, II, III, IV, Art Club Sponsor, Pep Club Sponsor, Cheerleaders Spon- sor, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. JOHN GATES: Boy's Phys- ical Education, Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Junior Class Sponsor. MRS. 'SHARON GOODSON: English I, II, Senior Class Spon- sor, FTA Club Sponsor. MR. SHAIN GRAY: Welding, Machine Shop, Industrial Educa- tion Club Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor. MISS CATHERINE HASSEN- MYER: Consumer Education, Family Living, Child Care, Child Development, Textiles, Clothing Construction, Orientation, Profit- able Sewing, FHA Club Sponsor, Freshman Sponsor. MR. PAUL HENAGER: Guid- ance Counselor, FTA Sponsor, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MR. RICK HENRY: Vocational Director, Cooperative Coordina- tor, VICA Club Sponsor, Athletic Ticket Manager, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. CATHERINE HUDSON: Speech I, II, English IV, Actpro- cons Sponsor, Speech Contest Coach, National Honor Society Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. WILLIAM HUDSON: Mu- sic Director, Assistant Band Di- rector, District Elementary Coor- dinator, Freshman Class Sponsor. 0 MRS. BETTY JOHN: Girls' Physical Education, GAA Spon- sor, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. JAMES JOHN: American History, Psychology, Golf Coach, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MRS. INA JOHNSON: English I, II, III, Developmental Reading, Camera Club, Freshman Sponsor. ,JN 1 New Courses Offered In English Department MR. EDWARD KLINE: Driver Education, Freshman Class Spon- sor. MRS. ARNA LIDDLE: English II, III, Freshman Class Sponsor. MRS. CLAIRE LOCKE: Spanish I, II, III, IV, FLC Sponsor, Fresh- man Class Sponsor. MR. ROBERT LUCAS: French I, II, III, IV, Latin I, II, III, Key Club Sponsor, FLC Sponsor, Jun- ior Class Sponsor. MR. JAMES MCDANIEL: Guia- ance Counselor, Cross Country Coach, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. JACK MCGEORGE: Typ- ing I, II, Senior Class Sponsor. MISS IRENE MOORE: Librar- ian, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MR. BAILEY PEARSON: Eng- lish I, II, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. ROGER PETERSON: Elec- tronics, Electricity, Industrial Ed- ucation Club Sponsor, Freshman Class Sponsor. S ie 5 'rf' Q! ,X ",:.. 1 . We fa!!! sgli- t .gs .......,.., -1... F, 1.1 A me .,.. ...,- - .. .,,. . . .... . -1 3 1.5 155-4, sQsa,. ,,, ska ' 2 x .X Xa 'EM . ,x-,. gg. 3 5 X Qi 233 - ..-.-,,f.--sf-'--.s,-- W- -- . . .11 --Y .':: ---- :gg-,, ,,.. ::.r.::fW!k "" :L--5' As happy man, Shane Gray steers the machine to show Bob Alka how to use it, Bob can't help but laugh at his weird teacher. 3 WW WA I W 'rl Mi few ms I 0-1 . E me iz. HRW? 1 Mrs. Wright has many duties in the office and when she needs coaching, Mr Priest gives his assistance on matters of vital importance. MRS. SHARON RICHESON: Girlls Physical Education, GAA Sponsor, Sophomore Class Spon- sor. MR. SAM ROBB: Basic Agricul- ture, Advance Agriculture Con- sumer Living, Agriculture Indus- try, Agriculture Machines, Crop Science, Farm Management, FFA Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. GENE SAMS: American History, Current Problems, Eco- nomics, Sophomore Football Coach, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. C. SHELDON SHARP: Practical Math, Algebra I, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. RICHARD SPRUELL: Ele- mentary . Algebra, Geometry, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MR. FRANK STEIN: Earth Sci- ence, Biology, Freshman Class Sponsor. MR. ALVA TAYLOR: World History, Sophomore Class Spon- sor. MRS. HELEN TAYLOR: Eng- lish II, Co-Advisor for Prep Jour- nal, Junior Class Sponsor. MISS RUTH TENNIS: Physics, Chemistry, SAA Sponsor, Fresh- man Class Sponsor. MR. GEORGE TOLER: Driverts Education, Freshman Football Coach, Head Basketball Coach, Head Baseball Coach. MR. WAYNE TRACY: Geome- try, Algebra II, Elementary Anal- ysis, Key Club Sponsor, Sopho- more Class Sponsor. MISS RUTH VEIHMAN: Alge- bra I, II, Student Council Spon- sor, Geometry, Sophomore Class Sponsor. MR. PARRIS WATTS: Health, Future Nurses Club Sponsor, Sen- ior Class Sponsor, MR. CHARLES WEAVER: So- ciology, American Government, Senior Class Sponsor. MR. RONALD WEISGERBER: Driver Education, Boy's Physical Education, Sophomore Football Coach, Senior Class Sponsor. Mr. Davis, instructor of Boys' P.E illustrates how to perform the V-seat on the uneven parallel bars MR. JAMES WELTON: English I, Sibylline Advisor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor, Junior Class Play Director, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. JAMES WILDERMAN: English II, Mass Media, Prep Journal Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor, MR, EVERETT WILSON: American History, Sophomore Class Sponsor. Many Student Teachers Gain Experience From M CH S ,fn-nm saw'-fe-R-ew'-""""ff"' MR. RAY WINKLER: Guidance Counselor, Student Council Spon- sor, Junior Class Sponsor. MISS LAFERN WISE: English III, IV. MR. RON YOUNGS: Biology, Science Club Sponsor, Senior Class Play Director, Junior Class Sponsor. Teaching is a hazardous profession as Mrs. John displays with her broken arm. The accident occurred during a rowdy volley- ball game. Student teacher, Benjamin Phebus, helps Diane Smith with her bookkeeping assign- ment. Mr. Phebus, while student teaching for Mr. Donham, gets experience and an idea of what teaching is like. 45' if gg ' 1- 1 , 5 ? a l f I W1 The students who eat at school know that Mrs. Grace Combs, head Mrs. Norman Cox, Mrs. Gladys Krug, Mrs. Doris Deputy, Mrs. Ruby Service Personnel Run An Effcient School Mt. Carmel High School students are some of the most fortunate in the United States in that they have some of the best service personnel found anywhere caring for their household needs. Rarely can a cleaner school be found due to Mr. Henry Storckman and his conscien- tious staff. The food served in the cafeteria is not ex- celled anywhere due to Mrs. Grace Combs and her fine group of cooks. Finally the safe and courteous bus driv- ers under the supervision of Mr. Herman Raber have outstanding records. All of this is to say that Mt. Carmel High School service personnel are people who really care about the needs of the students. God bless them all. at Q Q cookg man, and Mrs. Avis Newkirk work hard to prepare the nutritious and good- 5 5 Kirk- tasting meals which are served in the cafeteria. Mrs. Edna Turner is the Lunch Supervisor for District 348. She plans and types all of the menus for lunches, takes care of the bookkeeping, and pays the bills. FRONT ROW: John Schroder, Howard Hering, Malcolm Kight, Ray Phelps, Weir, Sereno Spond, Howard Anderson. NOT IN PICTURE: Les Wilson. Elwood Burns, Herman Raber, supervisor. BACK ROW: Charles Collins, Bob DAY CUSTODIANS: Jess Peach, Lillian Spond, Frank Singer, Henry Storckman, Donivan Spond. S if i S NIGHT CUSTODIANS: Mr. Dicus, Mr. Kessling, Mr. Mundy, Mr. Lynch, Mr. Singer. ALBUM 1 1 w f ,iw 5 S o"'f'g -4 '.Z3 1.5.3, Q Q , , -- " Yq'-.g,'. ---- 1 TL . 'kffzii .... Mp, mm... -M , . .PM -- - ' ' , . , " " . . , ww-Ma, ...., 5 F wf1S H MW-W+Ff "mm N N eophyte Freshmen Are Initiated B Busy Year The old cliche is appropriate to the freshman condition, "When you are down, there is only one way to go? The MCHS freshmen were no exception. Even with the profes- sional counseling provided by the Guidance department, cou- pled with a freshman orientation program, the greenies moved with fear, shyness and trepidation in the early months of the year. Dances, Homecoming activities and basketball and foot- ball games made for socializing and making new friends, but still their underling positions were felt. Slowly but surely, the greenies painfully learned new rules, new premises, new lock- ers, new teacher, and new subjects. The old personality seemed to appear - a sophisticated sophomore. It happens every year! Rick Abby David Acree Gaila Adams Melinda Adams Dorothy Agers Linda Alka Paul Ankenbrandt George Armstrong Mark Bader Don Banks Shirley Banks Teresa Barber David Bassett John Baumgart Ellen Beard Lisa Beesley Kathy Bell Allen Berberich Margaret Beauligmarm Martha Beauligmann Richard Beauligmann Sandra Bishop Rodger Bobbit Nathan Bowman Mark Brewer Dara Brown Tonya Brown Cathy Burke Steve Burkett Frank Butler Larry Caddell Sandy Campbell Pat Carey Paul Casaleggi Marilyn Chapman FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Kyle Ernest, President, Martha Beau- ligmann, Secretary, Mr. McDaniel, Margaret Beauligmann, Treasurerg Georgia Dunkel, Vice-President. ,... "7 S 5 41 L- 5 1 hx 'Cal Freshmen leam quickly that tests will become a part of every day life in high school. Some will agree that it helps to break up the routine. ,,.av"" S hi Martha Jo Choatie Tony Compton Don Cowling Roger Cowling Brenda Crow Chris Cunningham Kathy Dalton Debbie Davis Terry Dean Susan Dee Kent Deisher Tim Deisher Melvin DeLong Tom Dersch William Doan Nancy Doan Georgia Dunkel Victor Dunkel Bill Eblen Billie Ellis Kyle Ernest John Farrar Deanne Fiensy Bill Folsom Larry Fortner Karen Gidcumb Danny Goodson Debbie Goodson Kenneth Goodson Bev Graef Melinda Cvraetz Laura Grassinger Karen Gray Steve Hadra Naomi Haggard Not knowing what to expect, freshmen came up before school began in Au gust for Freshman Orientation conducted each year by the Student Council Deborah Hale Brenda Harms' Bridget Hartwick Tim Hay Johnnie Henson Tim Hockgeiger Shelly Hocking Steve Hocking Jennifer Holcomb John Holcomb Pat Hollen Monica Humphrey Jackie Ivy Jana Jackson Jane Jackson Ed Jamison Darrell Jones Gwynna Jones Greg Keepes Wayne Kennard Ellen Kessel Darlene Kieffer Mark Kieffer Scott Kieffer Kent Kirkman Kim Kleinschmidt Vernon Koenig Angela Kramer Floyd Kuykendall Steve Kuzmich Kathy Lambert Carmen Lang Joyce Lang Richard Lemke Mary Lou Locke As the summer draws to an end, expectant freshmen come to the school to pick up their schedules and pay book rental fees. desi ? J, , W, Va Mr. Elbe shows, through demonstration, the principle of a single pulley and compares the weight of grams to an interested group of freshman General Science students fifth period. Mark McClane Randy McClellan Scott McGuire Susan Macer Chris Marchal Melinda Martin Pam Martin Randy Martin Becky Mascher Danny Meier Debbie Miles Charles Miller Danny Miller Kevin Miller David Mitchell Valada Mitchell Elaine Mobley Micky Mollenhauer Billy Moore Elvis Moore Daisy Murphy Barbara Neikirk Terry Neikirk Isabella Newlin Sheri Noe Jim Odom Ann O'Donnell Christina Oliver Alice Parr Richard Perry Fred Peters Judy Phelps Warren Pierce Vicki Porter Thelma Price Mike Raber Terry Rafferty Robert Rainbolt Cathy Reavill Vicki Renner Ron Richards Kim Richardson Sherry Richardson Randy Rigg Greg Risley Mark Rodgers Karen Romines Sherry Sanders Sarah Sawyer Pam Schafer Harold Schonoman Janet Schwartz Kevin Seals Kim Seaton Jane Seibert Eugene Shackelford John Shannon Tim Shannon Wanda Short Harold Shutts Randy Sigler Peggy Sloss Phil Smith Julie Sparks Tim Spencer Charlie Springs Jeff Sprinkle Kevin Stansfield Danny Steckler Ed Stoneberger Linda Stoneberger Jeff Stouse Charles Stover Stephen Stricklin John Strothers Joni Sulzer Lisha Summerfield Danny Sutton Eilene Sutton Roger Sutton Charles Swain Kim Swan Sarah Swatsley Kevin Talley Donna Taylor Ron,Treece Paula Van Gilder Glenda Vines Linda Wall Mark Wallace Freshmen Particqnate In Locker Cleanout For Drive Jennifer Warrner Mary Welton Linda West Mike White Debbie Wilkinson Greg Wilkinson John Williams Lisa Williams Tom Wilson David Windes Janet Wirth Bill Wolf Jene Wood Marty Woodcock Janice Woods Rick Wrye Julie Wyatt Tanya Wyatt Kevin Xanders Jeff Young Michael Young Tonya Brown and Sarah Sawyer clown around and test their bravery on the merry-go-round before enjoying a picnic at the new park. The freshmen were eager to help the Key Club out on their ecology drive and worked quickly to rid their lockers of accumulated debris and stacks of paper. Sophomores Assume Responsibiligf At M CH S A sophomore is a most privileged human being. It is the stage that is above the "peon" freshman, yet the heavy burden found in the junior and senior roles is not pressing upon the shoulders. The second year courses in Spanish, French, Latin, Algebra, English or Speech pres- ent challenges, as does the behind-the-wheel Driver Edu- cation course. It is stated that sophomores are sophisti- cated, but it,is observed that it is one of the last carefree periods in school life, however, this year's sophomores, found a little more responsibility in their lives. Such is life! Garry Adams l Jan Adams Lisa Adams Rusty Alcom Randy Anderson Roger Anderson Kevin Armstrong Robert Ashby Nancy Ater Kay Ayscue Julia Baker Kenny Banks Robert Banks Thecla Barber Trudy Barber Jennifer Barefield David Baumgartner Gary Beal Elissa Beard Terry Beckerman Bill Beebe Gary Bellessa Ann Bethards Tom Brewer Jan Bridges Pete Broedel Camilla Brown Kathy Brummet Teresa Burroughs David Burton Laura Casaleggi Lee Ann Compton Trena Cox Beth Dagley Anita Dardeen SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Jay Dee, Presidentg John Short, V-President Cathy Windes, Secretaryg Leon Pixley, Treasurer. Jona Dardeen Rick Davis Myron Dean Jay Dee Sarah Delany Jo Dillard Fred Drone Mike Drone Jim Dunkel Lynn Edmonson Angie Elmore Leah Elsie Rose Epler Carol Fearheiley Tom Fleenor Shane Fooks Sharon Fortner Sheri Fox Lois Frayser Duane Fritts Brooke Fuller Scott Gard Jackie Gerrish Beth Gilkerson Bob Gill Kevin Gillespie Ted Graddy Jody Gray Sharon Grewe Steven Grewe Paul Griess Judy Guard Peter Hall Vickie Hall Floyd Hargrave ai?a:za.x.Mw-1v.: Qizzafggw' Richard Hargrave W Rusty Harrelson 5.,. Eddie Hedge 1 1, Ray Heflin J Galen Hering I Q if' it Dan Hinderliter I t- Bill Hollen A ' Chuck Hungerford Dana Hungerford Terry Iglehart Joe Isaac Vicki Jackson Kelly John Brenda Johnson Sophomores Enter Float In Homecoming Parade Jeff Jones Linda Jones Martha Keele Karen Keepes Kim Keneipp Dorothy Kieffer Rosie Kieffer Colleen Kleinschmidt Greg Kleinschmidt Dennis Knapp Janet Knowles Carolyn Koenig Kae Koger Jeff Krug Dustin Lawson Susan Leek Mike Lewis Kim Liddle Mark Litherland Melody Litherland Steve Litherland Md-- M A . Q k . K. -. .. 5 5 Q On cold days Alice Trapp and Lynn Rafferty find it hard to sit in class just like everybody. So when the bell rings, it's best to be away from all exits. To run for a class office you accept many responsibilities. As President, Jay Dee found out when sophomores entered a float in the Homecoming Parade. 'Wx M3b ,fam 2 3 k- Ht, . .,,t Wa . yy i 1 R, t y W 2 i 1 t i S K E tat SOPHOMORE SERVERS: Beth Dagley, escort Rusty Alcorng Kim Taylor, escort Steve Litherlandg Sarah Sawyer, escort Terry McDonaldg Angie Elmore, escort Dave Baumgartg Sherry McRaven, escort Jay Deeg Vesta Peter, escort Fred Droneg Pam Schafer, escort Mike Droneg Sherry Noe, escort Leon Pixley. Ron Lockhart Robin Loftin Paul Lopez Connie Loudermilk Sequel Lovellette Bonnie McClane Toni McCormick Terry McDonald Terry McGregor Karen McIntyre Joseph McKinney Sherry McRaven Staretta Madden Phil Majors Pat Martin Jeff Maurice James Medlin Phil Mendenhall David Miller Karen Miller Harry Minnear Diana Mobley Cheryl Morris Roy Dee Moudy Dennis Mundy Anita Noel Glee Noland Nancy Norrick Lucien Odom Linda Padgett Doug' Painter Phil Parr Debbie Peach Kathy Peach Vesta Peter Charlie Pfiester Carolyn Phelps Leon Pixley Lucinda Pixley Lynn Rafferty Danny Ravellete Charles Reavill Debbie Reeves Mel Richards Greg Richardson Tommy Richardson Richard Rigg Jo Ann Risley Kim Risley Joel Ruble Charmin Rutter Joyce Sager Kathie Schafer Phil Schrodt Jeff Schroeder Paul Scriber Verdayne Seals Kim Seibert Rick Seibert Vickie Seybold Delores Shain Jim Shain Sherry Shoemaker John Short Bob Shoultz Judy Simpson John Smith 4, Bruce Smith Tim Smith Yvette Smith Lenes Snow The yearly routine of the Tuberculosis tine test is essential to the safety of the school, and in the case of Carol, all is well in the final check. p-f-'N 1 v nn' 1 J I 7 ' , ll 3. a w-:s"-:f':+::- vt-H .. - , N. , . . -. - -tw st . . t , A V K V K i s . , .. . V - - ' - -f .,.... . . s- s t - r .. , , . ,. ps- t: I K K I K fs. v K .. . . . . .L ,,1s..s.,,k 1 - . t Z - I 1 Even though only a friendly scuffle on the mats between practices, these sophomores increase their wrestling ability with the help of Coach Gates. Cindy Sparks Jeff Spencer Jeanie Steckler Jim Steckler Mary Stein Ed Stoltz Jim Strine Tonya Stuessel Darlene Sutton Harold Tackett Kim Taylor Barb Tennes Mark Tennes Mike Thompson Alice Trapp Janice Trapp Frank Treece Cindy Underriner Sue Utley Pat Villines Linda Vines Dwain Wallace Mary Walter Bev Webber Sophomores Wzn Fzrst Place For Decoratzons Mike Weir Mary Beth Weisenberger Mac White Eldred Whiting Bev Wilderman Lisa Williams Charlie Wilson Cathy Windes Tom Wood Brad Wood Stephen York Dennis Young 'I ill Mundy Top Sales- man For Junior Class The gigantic responsibility of the Junior-Senior Prom is handled traditionally by every junior class. Their A Time for Us theme was beautifully Carried through by means of their various money-making projects. They worked concessions at ball games, made a good profit from their musical play and sold magazines to practically everyone in the community. Not only did their activities change in responsibility, but their vision changed to new heights. They started looking and working toward possible vocational and academic ca- reers. The world seemed to loom on the horizon because, after all, they will be the leaders of MCHS next year. Tim Agers Terry Anderson Jerry Andrews Jeff Ankenbrandt Richard Ankenbrandt Kim Armstrong Jim Baker Lester Banks Jill Barker Denise Bauchman Debbie Benham Victoria Bennet Kay Berberich Retta Berberich Steve Bertram Anita Beauligmann Greg Beauligmarm Kyra Blevins Vesta Blood Don Blythe Bob Boyce Patti Bray Nancy Brines Debra Bryant Greg Buchanan David Burke Virginia Cady Harvey Calvin Franklin Campbell Carolyn Capin Kenneth Cash Carol Casaleggi Steve Childers Peggy Choatie Anita Clem JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Martha Zimmer, Treasurerg Tim Rafferty, Presidentg Vicki Hinderliter, V-Presidentg Nancy Raber, Secretary. With the help of day janitor Frank Singer, Vicki Partee and Vicki Hinderliter help decorate the main hall with their Christmas decorations made by the Juniors for use in the Student Council contest. We Stephen Connor Barkley Cowling Vicki Cowling Nick Crow Karen Cruse Debbie Dame Debby Daniels Danny Dilbeck Dave Dill , Steve Dillard Sabrina Dougherty Joyce Dunkel Kevin Dunkel Sally Dunkel Sarah Dunkel Janie Durbin Mike Dyehouse Jeff Easterday Sharon Emmons Hanna Epler Sharon Evans John Ewald John Fearheiley Tony Finch Jim Frick Pam Gatewood Steve Gill Patty Girten Jim Glick Ira Goff Gi Gi Goodmann Patty Goodson Scott Hamilton Warren Harper Nick Harrold Peggy Helton Mel Henager Gary Henson Karen Henson Gerri Henson Debra Hershey Vicki Hinderliter Marcia Hockgeiger Beverly Horrall Julie Jackson Bob Jones Love blossoms as the spring flowers. Cherry Street is decorated by both the coming of Spring and the joy Tim and Gigi find in the beauty of a Spring day. Susan Kalk Danny Keepes Kay Keepes Dave Keiffer Kevin Keiffer Norma Keiffer Richard Keiffer Terri Keiffer Mike Kinney Karen Kissling Robert Kolb Ed Kramer James Kuykendall Gwynna Lang Barbara Lemke Jan Litherland Glen Luker Norman Luthe Using his salesmanship ability, high salesman Bill Mundy tries selling mag- azines for his junior class to raise money. Physical Education isn't all fun and games, but in this particular segment of floor exercises, they seem to be getting a "kick" out of performing for the class. 4 i s f As a special treat, Mr. Wilson plays his guitar and sings selected Country Western tunesifor his Junior American History class at Christmas time. Juniors Hove Busy Year With School Activities ,fx -A -.Q ' vyaytayty , T V Q l fe 'I S, ' ' N A' X Judy McCaw Brenda McClellan Mike McFarland Terry McGill Tracy McGill if Gary McIntyre Susan McIntyre Joe Macer Rick Meadows Rick Meier John Mendenhall Susan Miles Betty Moore Susan Moore Bunny Morgan Bill Mundy Jim Newkirk Tommy Neikirk Terry Odom John Palmer Colleen Partee 5 Vicki Partee Diane Penrod Larry Perry Sue Phelps Beatrice Pixley Sam Pixley Anita Pope Kathy Porter Terry Price Tim Price Tina Price Nancy Raber Tim Rafferty Stan Raibley Carroll Rayborn James Raybom Chuck Reeves Larry Reid Terry Rinehart Linda Richardson Steve Rigg Debra Riggs Tom Risley Paul Rodgers Lyle Roetemyer Mary Rutter Sheila Schafer Mike Schneider Dwaine Seals Jeff Seaton Terry Seaton Debbie Seibert David Selby David Shain Kay Shain Sheri Sharp Robert Shoemaker Mary Shutts Joe Seifferman Anita Smith Elaine Spencer Roger Stansfield Teresa Stanley As juniors one of their many responsibilities is collecting tickets for the Junior- Senior Prom held each year in honor of the seniors. 49 Before entering college, juniors and seniors must take the ACT test at Wa- bash Valley College for their entrance to school. . fs is I e S A i 4 P Y .,,,i.w 'Wal f X-N ' s 3 Junior-Senior Prom Proves To Be Successful Roger Stipanuk Evelyn Stoneberger Maria Storkman Gary Stuessel Mary Summers Mike Sundstrom Joe Sutton Rod Sutton Debbie Talley Jane Tarr Tony Tennis Connie Tennis Brenda Tolley Tanea Tombaugh Jim Trottier Joe Underriner Bill Van Matre Alvin Vogel Dave Wachs Patty Wall Kathy Walls Kathy Walston Tom Watson Ruth Weisenberger Mary White Toni Williams Alenda Witkowski Ed Wood Floyd Wood Lloyd Wood Penny Wood Ruby Wood Mary Wrye Sandy York Anita Zenthoefer Martha Zimmer Class Of 1972 Choose Outstanding Members This year the newspaper held a contest for outstanding seniors. The titles were: Most Likely to Succeed, Gene Gehret, Vicki Burroughs, Best Looking, Ann Fuller, John Shoaffg Most Ath- letic and Personality Plus, Steve Winkler, Mary Lou Swanson, Best Dressed, Mary Hungerford, Don Dicusg Most Intelligent, Janice Berberich, Kim Crackelg Class Clown, Mary Hunger- ford, Steve Risley, Class Flirts, Kevin Ernest, Janice Berberich. Also students willed their abilities and failures to underclass- men. BEST LOOKING: Ann Fuller, John Shoaff. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Gene Gehret, Vicki Burroughs. ,ff .V I MOST INTELLIGENT: Kixh Crackel, Janice Berberich. PERSONALITY PLUS: Steve Winkler, Mary Lou Swanson CLASS CLOWN: Mary Hungerf My . we-Um H .Thu if, ord, Steve Risley MOST ATHLETIC: Steve Winkler, Mary Lou Swanson S S ,,,.. kk 'vm .n",+ BEST DRESSED: Mary Hungerford, Don Dicus Seniors Selected A I Doing Their Best CLASS FLIRTS: Kevin Ernest, Janice Berberich 3, AW,A,.i,V , s ' ' 4 if W' A ,me x ,limi ZEWZQ' iii? ef ww? a ,1 1 A W i e 1 ,, vii : Aim? w , ' . ' 'A fafgzfiiiil - Kg:p4fg'1Tf,' . ,Half X Jiyfiw Q ,':f,X'? 3 ,Q . 1321 2 f in 0 Seniors End 1972 With our Years Of Memories Senior Class of 1972 may have been one of the smallest classes but they proved to be a very good class. As green freshmen they made their way through to their sophomore year when they learned the rules of the road and passed their driver,s test. As juniors they had the seniors a beautiful prom on May l and performed the first musical "Oliver." Finally, becoming Seniors, they worked hard and raised money for their trip to Kingis Island. They had a Country-Western group play on May 21, "The Country Troubadorsf' which brought lots of money for the Seniors. Once again, the Seniors put on a musi- cal play, '6My Fair Lady," which was a huge success. Finally the big day came when the Seniors march in for graduation and they walk out as "graduates of Mt. Carmel High School? SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Maria Dunkel Vice President Kathi Thomson Secretaryg Kevin Ernest, Treasurer Steve Winkler President ROBERT DALE ALKA: FFA 1, 2, 35 Industrial Arts Club 4 RAY EDWARD ANDERSON: FFA l, 2, 43 Jr. Class Play 3: EIC 3 GABE WYLIE ARMSTRONG: Prep Journal l, 2, 35 Jr. Class Play 35 Sr. Class Play 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Pep Band l, 2 KERRY VAUGHN ARMSTRONG: Science Club 4: Key Club 3, 4, Variety Show 45 Art Club 4g Jr. Class Play5 Sr. Class Play5 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stage Band 4: Pep Band 3, 45 Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Choir 43 SAA 4 MARTIN RAY ARNOLD: Football 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Wrestling 3, 4 DEBRA I. ASHBY: Girls' Chorus lg Office Worker 3, 4 TIMOTHY LEE BEAUCHAMP: FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2: Band l, 4 HARRY ARTHUR BELL: Science Club 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 3, 45 Weight Lifting 2, 3: Sr. Class Playg Football l, 2, 35 Band l, 2, 3: Pep Band 3g Prep Journal l, 2, 3, 4 ELAINE ANN BENDER: GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 2, 3, 45 Jr. Class Play: Girls' Chorus 1, 25 Office Worker 3, 4 'wwf X'!'I,'Tf' V..-y 'gxffffn z ""'1C'1? wg-gr ROBERT MICHAEL BENHAM: Mt. Carmel High School ANN ELIZABETH BERBERICH: FHA 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Prep Journal 3, 4, Jr. Class Play Usher JANICE KAY BERBERICH: FLC 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Jr. Class Play Crew, Sr. Class Play Cast, Band l, 2, Girls' Chorus 2 3, 4, Book Store Worker 4, SAA l, 2, 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar, National Honor Society, Valedictorian KEITH MONROE BERBERICH: Baseball 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track I, Sr. Class Play Cast, Wrestling 4 DAVID LEE BEAULIGMANN: FLC l, 2, 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4, Art Club 3, 4, Jr. Class Play JAMES GERHART BEAULIGMANN: VICA 3, 4 TERI DEE BEYKE: FHA 4, GAA I, 2, 3, FLC 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Pep Club 4, Jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play, Book Store Worker 4 THOMAS MELVIN BLACK: Baseball l, 23 Football 1, Basketball l JOHN WILLIAM BLEVINS, JR.: Pep Club l, 2, Jr. Class Play, Variety Show, Basketball 1, Cross Country 3 SCOTT EVAN BOSAW: Key Club 3, 4, Jr. Class Play, Sr. Class Play, Football l, Track 1, Choir 2, 3, Choralaires 3, National Honor Society Vice President, Illinois State Scholar, SAA 3, 4 WILLIAM JON BOWEN: FLC l, 2, 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Key Club 4, Jr. Class Play, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, SAA, National Honor Society LINDA SUSAN BREWER: FTA 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Band 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, SAA l, 3, 4, National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholar, Salutatorian SHEILA DIANE BRINES: Mt. Carmel High School ALLEN EUGENE BROSTER: FFA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Secretary 3 GEORGIA RAE BROWN: Chorus 2, 3, Office 3 REBECCA LYNN BRUCE: Prep Journal 2, 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, DANIEL COLLINS BURKETT: Mt. Carmel High School VICKI KAY BURROUGHS: Oakland City High School 1, 2, Pep Club lg National Honor Society, President 4, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Sextet 4, Who's Who in American High Schools, Salutatorian DEBORAH JEAN BURTON: FHA 3, 4, GAA l WILLIAM EDWARD CASBURN: Art Club l, 2, Football 1, 2, Track 1, Basketball l CHERYL ANN COLLINS: GAA 1, FTA 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, SAA 2, 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar, National Merit Award DALE RUSSELL CORRIE: Art Club 4 JENNIFER MARIE CORRIE: Watseka High School l, 2, GAA l, 2, Chess Club 23 The Broadcaster Newspaper, Prep Journal 1, Class Play 3, Cheerleader l, Band 2, Chorus l, 2 CAROLYN DIANE COWLING: GAA 1, Pep Band 2, 3, Band l,2,3 KIM ALBERT CRACKEL: Key Club 3, 4, Class Play 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track lg Band l, 2, National Merit Award, SAA BRENDA ANN CUMMINS: Mt. Carmel High School KATHY MARLENE DAGLEY: GAA l, 2, 3, FLC l, 2, 3, 4, President 141, FTA 1, 2, 3, National Club 2, 4, Pep Club 4, National Honor Society 4, Sibylline Staff l, 2, Class Officer 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 4, Pep Band 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sextet 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar, Salutatorian Qaqngi Seniors eagerly prepare for graduation by pick- ing up their announcements. ffm Seniors Greg Gibson and Steve Winkler spend a short time each day to empty the bottle racks and refill the coke and pepsi machines. This aids in keeping the bottles cleaned up and keeping the machines filled so the drinks will be cold. Male 3 W gt Seniors Particpate In Various Activities MICHAEL RAY DANIEL: Track 1, Basketball I DEBORAH SUE DARDEEN: Class Play Crew 33 Chorus 2, 3 LANA KAY DAVIS: GAA I, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 43 National Club 3, 43 Actprocons 43 Sibylline Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Top Hatters 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, SAA 4, National Club Secretary- Treasurer Variety Show 4, Cheerleader 2 MYRA ELAINE DEPUTY: GAA 1, 2, Pep Club I, 4, Class Play 3, 4 DONALD WILLIAM DIGUS: VICA 4, Class Play 3 ROGER DICUS JOYCE ANN DOADES: Mt, Carmel High School MARIA CHRISTINE DUNKEL: GAA l, 2, 3, 4, FLC I, 2, 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 4, Prep Journal 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Class Play 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, SAA I, 2, 3, 43 Illinois State Scholar 4, National Honor Society, Secretary KATHRYN MARIE DEE: FTA l, 2, Pep Club I, Class Play 3, Seniors Busy With Variety Of School Actzvztzes LOIS LONETTE EASTMAN: GAA 1, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Class Play 3, 4 KEVIN ARMSTRONG ERNEST: FTA 1, Variety Show 4, Class Officer 4, Class Play 3, 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Band l KEVIN CHARLES FEARHEILEY: Student Council l, FTA l, Prep Journal 2, Class Play 3, 4, Golf 2, 4, Football 1, 2 SALLY JANE FRENCH: GAA l, 2, 3, 4, FLC 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, National Club 2, 4, Actprocons 2, 3, 4 fPresidentj, Prep Journal 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, Class Play 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Pep Band 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Sextet 3, 4, Choralaires 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar, National Merit Award, SAA Life Member ANN MICHELLE FULLER: Student Council 4, GAA l, 2, 3, FLC 2, Pep Club l, 4, Class Officer 3, Class Play 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, SAA, Senior Homecoming Attendant LEA ANN FULLER: FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholar RITA LAJEAN GAMMON: FHA 4, FTA 2, Pep Club 4, Class Play 3, Chorus l, 3 EDNA SUE GARRETT: National Honor Society, Illinois State Grant LISA ANN GARRETT: GAA l, 2, 3, Sibylline Staff 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, Class Play 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Office l, 2, 3, 4, SAA 2, National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholar DONNA MARIE GARWOOD: VICA 3, 4, National Honor Society GENE LEON GEHRET: FTA 3, 4 Nice-Presidentj, Key Club 3, 4 QPresidentj, Class Play Crew 4, Baseball 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, SAA Life Member, Illinois State Scholar, National Honor Society, National Merit Award GREGORY PAUL GIBSON: Class Play 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Basketball l, Band l, 2, 3 K'-1 REBECCA LYNN QSMITHJ GIDCUMB: Chorus l, 2, 3 FRANCES JEAN GIRTEN: Student Council 3, GAA l, 2, 3, FTA 4, Sibylline 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Cheerleader 2: Pep Club 4, Chorus 2, 3, Senior Homecoming Attendant HERBERT PAUL GOODMAN: Wrestling 1, 2 RITA SUE GRANT: GAA 3, 4, Prep Journal 3, 4, Class Play 3 4: Choir 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 EMILY CAROL GRIESS: GAA l, 2, FTA lg Pep Club 1, 4, Class Play 3, 4g Cheerleader 2, Guidance Office l JANA LEE GRUBB: FTA 4: Actprocons 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Prep Journal 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll BONNIE LOUSIE GRUBBS: Chorus 2, 3, 4 RICK G. HARRISON: Mt. Carmel High School MARY KATHLEEN HEDGE: GAA 1, Class Play 3, Chorus 4 Many times seniors are very busy during classes and miss the announce- ments. Rick Snow takes time to check the days activities. al Seniors Kevin Ernest and Tana'Leeds help decorate the main hall for the Stu- dent Council Christmas decorations contest. PHILLIP DANIEL HEDGE: Mt. Carmel High School TARA LOUISE HOCKGEIGER: FHA 3, 4: GAA l, 2: FTA 3: Pep Club l: Class Play 3, 4: National Honor Society GARY LEE HOFFMAN: Art Club l, 3, 4 fVice-Presidentj GLENDA SUE HOWELL: FTA 2, 3, 4: Prep Journal 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Homecoming Attendant MARY JEAN HUNGERFORD: Class Play Advertising CURTIS R. ILE: Industrial Arts Club l: National Honor Society FRANK EDWARD JAMES: Mt. Carmel High School WILLIAM HUGH JAMISON: Industrial Ed Club 3, 4: Football 2 BRADLEY GARNER JOHN: FLC 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4 fPresidentJ: Science Club l, 2, 3 fVice-Presidentj: National Club 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4 fSecretaryj: Actprocons 2, 3 fTreasurerj, 4 CVice-Presidentj: Prep Journal l, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2: Class Play 3, 4: Band l, 2: Variety Show 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Choralaires 3, 4: Octet 3, 4: SAA: National Honor Society: Illinois State Scholar: Elks Most Valuable Student Award: Quill and Scroll It might be a little crowded, but these happy, excited but tired seniors journeyed to Kings Island at 5:00 AM and on the way home discussed their varied day's activities. CHRISTINE KAY JOHNS: GAA 1, 2: FLC I, 2, 3, 43 Actprocons 4: Sibylline Staff 1, 2: Class Play 3, 41 Choir 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Choralaires 3: SAA Life Member: National Honor Society THOMAS MARK KENIEPP: Class Play 3, 4: Football 1 DWAIN LEWIS KIEFFER: Art Club 35 Football 1 KENNETH LEO KIEFFER: FFA I, 2, 3, 4 MARY JO KIEFFER: Art Club 1, 2 RONALD ALLEN KNAKMUHS: Mt. Carmel High School Class f '72 First T0 Journey T0 Kings Island 9592 TERRY LEE KNOX: Football 2, 3, Track 33 Basketball 2 ALAN JOSEPH KOENIG: FTA 3, 4: Science 3, 43 Variety Show 45 Class Play 4 NELLIE CHRISTINE KRUG: FHA 4: Art Award RICHARD D. KUEHLING: Stage Band 3, Football lg Track 2: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4 KENNETH LOUIS LANDINGHAM: Industrial Ed Club 45 Football Manager 2 TANA GAY LEEDS: GAA l, 2, 3 fVice Presidentj, 4 fPresidentJg FTA 2, 3 fSecretaryJ, 4: National Club 3, 45 Pep Club l, 4: Woodwind Quintet: Sibylline Staff 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 43 Chorus I, 2, 3, 43 Illinois State Scholarg National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll ROBERT EUGENE LEEK: VICA 3, 4 KEVIN R. LOFTON: Mt. Carmel High School SHARON JANE LOWE: GAA 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3 DEBRA QBANKSJ MCCLANEZ Mt. Carmel High School FREDRICK TIMOTHY McCLANE: Mt. Carmel High School WILLIAM RUSSELL QMAIDLOWJ MCCLANE: Weight Lifting 2, 33 Class Play 3, 45 Baseball 35 Football 4 fManagerJg Cross Country 3 ANGELA ELLEN MCGUIRE: FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, fVice-Presidentl 4, fSecreta1yJg Pep Club lg Class Play 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 SHIRLEY JEAN MACKE: Prep Journal 35 Class Play 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Office 3 JAMES KEVIN MACY: Class Play 4g Golf l, 2 LESLIE LLOYD MAJORS: Football l, 2, 3, Track 1, 2 MARY ANNE MARCHAL: GAA l, 2, Prep Journal 2, 3, 4 fEditorJg Chorus lg Quill and Scrollg Class Play 3 GLEN CHARLES MARKLE JR.: VICA 3, 4 KEVIN COLLIER MARTIN: Student Council 3, 4 fPresidentjg Class Officer 3, Class Play 3, 4g Band 1, 23 Variety Show 4, Choir 3, 4, Choralaires 35 SAA, Illinois State Scholar, National Honor Society Senior Class Ends Year Proudbf With Success "--.. N-...Q QQ After paying a deposit on the senior trip, seniors raised enough money on "Country Troubadors" to receive a refund. l l I ' tIlZf nL.-i1s,,.2 --" ,z ' m-iq MARK M. MARTIN: Student Council 3, 4, FLC 2, 3, 4 CSecret21ryD3 Key Club 3, 4 tVice-Presidentj, National Club 4, Class Play 3, 4, Football l, 2, Track l, Basketball 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Choralaires 3, 4, Octet 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar MARY FRANCES MASCHER: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, National Club 4, Class Play 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Choir 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, SAA 4, National Honor Society LINDA ANN MASON: FNC 3, VICA 4, Cafeteria 1 ELIZABETH ANN MEEKS: Variety Show 4, Pep Club 1, Class Play 3, FTA 2, Office 4 JOSEPH RAY MEIER: Science Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Class Play 4, Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4 BARBARA ANN MENDENHALL: GAA 1, FLC l, National Club 4, Class Play 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4 MELANIE SUE MORE: Variety Show 4, FTA 2, Class Play 3, 4 MARILYN SUE NEIKIRK: FHA 3, 4, FNC 4, Office 4 LEON KARL NEWLIRK: Chorus 1, 2 On the senior trip, who should be gaining information from the policemen at King's Island but Kevin Fearheiley and John Blevins, I 1 STEVEN ROBERT NEWKIRK: Class Play 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track l, 2, 3g Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 ALISIA KAY OLIVER: Mt. Carmel High School RICK OLIVER: Mt. Carmel High School TERRY LLOYD ONYETT: Wrestling 4g Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Art Club 4 ELAINE KAY PAINTER: FHA 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Societyg SAA, Illinois State Scholar CATHY JEAN PEMBERTON: FHA 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4g Class Play 3 DAVID BERNARD PETER: FFA l, 2, 3, 4 fSecretaryJ MARILYN MARIE PIERSON: FHA 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, FTA 35 Pep Club l, 49 Class Play 3, 45 Office 3, 4 DONNA SUE PROCTOR: FTA 2, 3, 4g Actprocons 3, 4 fSecretaryJg Variety Show 4g Class Play 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Sextet 4, Office 35 SAA 4g National Honor Society or 1972 raduates The Future Is Yet T0 Come On Friday and Tuesday morning, one hundred and seventy-eight seniors listen intently as Principal Bill Priest gives instruc tions on the procedures for Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises on June 4 and 5. KEITH ALAN RICHARDS: Industrial Ed Club 3: Golf 2, 41 Baseball 3, Basketball l, 2 JERRY JOE RICHARDSON: Mt. Carmel High School JAY MICHAEL RIORDAN: Industrial Ed Club 3, 43 Class Play 4 STEVEN WAYNE RISLEY: Class Play 3, Baseball 3: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Track l, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 BONNIE LOU RUSCHMEIER: GAA I: Class Play 3. 4: Pep Club lg Chorus l. 2, 3, 4 EARL EDWARD SCHONAMAN: FLC 4: Science Club 4: Key 3, 4, Class Play 3, 41 Band l, 21 Choir 4, Quartet 43 National Honor Society PHILIP MICHAEL SCHUH: FTA 45 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Class Play 43 National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholarship CHARLES E. SEATON: Mt. Carmel High School PERFIDIA LOU SHEARER: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4g Band l, 2, 3, 4 HAROLD RAY SHELBY: Mt. Carmel High School JOHN BRUCE SHOAFF: Student Council l, 2, 35 Class Officer lg Class Play 3, 43 Football l, 4g Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3g Office 3 CYNTHIA ANNE SMALL: GAA l, 2, 33 FLC l, 2, 3: FTA 1, 23 Science l, 2, 3 fSecretaryJ 4, Camera Club 3, 4 fTreasurerJg Chess Club 45 Sibylline Staff l, 2, 33 Band l, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 4 On one hot afternoon the Art Department held an Art Sidewalk Sale outside on the front lawn of the school. The DIANE KAY SMITH: Mt. Carmel High School GREGORY MARLIN SMITH: Industrial Ed Club 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 JENNIFER ANN SMITH: Mt. Carmel High School RICK DAVID SMITH: National Honor Society: SAA SYLVIA JUNE SMITH: VICA 3: Cafeteria 1 DALE RICHARD SNOW: Industrial Ed Club 4: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 4 Hot Days Draw School Year To An Eno' For Seniors RHONDA JO SPRUELL: Pep Club 4: FHA l, 2: Chorus 3 MARGARET ELLEN STECKLER: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 4: FLC I, 2, 3, 4: Sibylline l, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Band l, 2: Pep Band 2: Chorus 2: National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Homecoming Queen 4 PAUL EDWARD STEIN: Camera Club 4 fVice-Presidentj: Industrial Ed Club 4: Sibylline Staff 3, 4: Class Play 3: FLC I CONNIE SUE STOLTZ: FHA 2, 3 CVice-Presidentj, 4 fPresidentJ: Class Play 3: National Honor Society: SAA: Illinois State Scholar: Chorus l, 2, 3: Library 3 ROBERT FRANKLIN STORCKMAN: Student Council 2: Class Play 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Band l, 2: National Honor Society PAUL ERIC STOUSE: Science Club I, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4 CHARLES JAHN SUNDSTROM: Football 1 MICHAEL JOE SUTTON: Industrial Ed Club 4 MARY LOU SWANSON: Student Council 4: GAA l, 2: Pep Club l, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Guidance 3, 4: DAR Award PATRICIA JO TENNES: GAA 1, 2: FLC l, 2, 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Class Play 3: National Honor Society: Chorus 2, 3, 4 TERESA ANN TENNIS: Cafeteria 2 KATHI ANN THOMSON: FHA 3, 4 fSecretaryJ: GAA 1, 2, 3: FLC 1, 2, 3 CSecretaryj 4: Sibylline Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 fEditor in chief 45: Class Officer 4 CSecretaryJ: Cheerleader 4: Chorus l, 2, 3: Top Magazine Salesman 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Class Play Advertising 4: Pep Club 4 EMILY ELISSA TRAMMELL: Office 3 MARILYN SUE TRAPP: FHA 3, 4: FLC l, 2, 4: FTA 4: FNC 4: Chorus I, 2, 4: Office 4: National Honor Society: Homecoming Attendant 2: Class Play 3 RITA JEAN TROUTT: Ft. Branch 4: FHA 4: Prep Journal 3: Office 3 DONNA JANE TURNER: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: National Club 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Choir 4: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Sextet 3, 4: Choralaires 3: National Honor Society LANE QLIVELYJ TURNER: Class Play 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 4: Choir l: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Sextet l MICHAEL DAVID VANGILDER: Student Council 2: FTA 3, 4: Key Club 4: Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 2: Class Play 3: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Guidance Office 4: National Honor Society: Illinois State Scholar: National Merit Award On the hot days toward the end, Mr. Johns took his senior class out in the shade. DONALD WAYNE WALL: Art Club 1, Track l, Basketball l JUDITH KAY WALTER: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FLC 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, 4, National Club 3, 4 fVice-Presidentj, Stage Band 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, SAA 2, 3, 4, Illinois State Scholar, Betty Crocker Award, National Honor Society GEORGE DALE WEST: Mt. Carmel High School RONALD E. WILCOX: Student Council 2, 3, 4 CVice- Presidentjg Key Club 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 3, Class Play 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track lg SAA Life Member, NationalHonor Society DAVID MICHAEL WILDERMAN: VICA 3, 4 fPresiden0, Illinois State Scholarship CONNIE JEAN WILKINSON: FHA 4, FTA 1, FNC 2, 3, 4 fPresidentJ, Variety Show 4, Actprocons 2, Class Play 3, Chorus 2, 3, Office 4, Guidance Office 2, 3, 4 DARLA JO WILLIAMS: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Band l, 2, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Office 3, 4 MARTHA SUE WILSON: FHA 2, 3, VICA 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3 ROBERT ANSON WILSON: National Club 3, 4, Stage Band 3, 4, Sibylline Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4 Seniors End 1972 Year Wzth I 8 Graduates DAWN RENEE WINDES: GAA l, 23 Sibylline Staff 4: Class Play 33 Chorus l, 2 STEPHEN JAY WINKLER: Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 4: Baseball 2, 35 Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 1: Basketball l, 2, 3: National Honor Society TIMOTHY PARTEE WINTER: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Class 3 DENNIS E. WIRTH: Track l MARY ALLIE WOOD: GAA l, 2, 3, 4, FLC lg FTA lg Variety Show 4: Sibylline Staff 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4: Choir 2 3, 43 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Office 2, 4 MICHAEL LEROY WOODS: Class Play 3, 4 GREGORY LYNN XANDERS: Industrial Ed Club 3, 4 fVice President 31: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: Track l, 2, 3 4 DANIEL RAY YARBOR: FFA 4: Industrial Ed Club 3, 4: Class Play 3: Football l, 2, Track l, 2: Band l, 2 JOHNNY RAY YORK: Class Play 3 SENIORS NOT PICTURED: Leonard Leon Bybee, Michael Stephen Crummley, Archie Edward Davis, Bonnie Louise Grubbs, Randy LaVern Wall, Russell Stanley Wall, Richael Trentis White, Danny Lee Wilkinson, Stephen Lynn Windes Larry Eugene Xanders. a 46 Thirzjf-Eight Initiated Into Honor Society Thirty-eight seniors of Mt. Carmel High were initiated into the National Honor Society this year. The Society, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary last year, was es- tablished in Pennsylvania in 1921 for the purpose of stimulating, endorsing and encouraging scholarship, lead- ership, character, and service. Students qualify for selec- tion by maintaining a B average, then those qualified are elected by the faculty members. The Mt. Carmel Chap- ter, Number 908, which claims over nine thousand mem- bers and which is sponsored by Mrs. Catherine Hudson, provides formal initiation and a formal dinner. During the formal initiation, the members signed their names to the members book. After the ceremony the parents and teachers congratulated the many students on a job well done. FIRST ROW: Donna Procter, Mike Schuh, Maria Dunkel, Secretary: Vickie THIRD ROW: Donna Turner, Patti Tennis, Connie Stoltz, Rick Smith, Earl Schonoman, Kay Painter, Kevin Martin, Chris Johns, Curtis Ile, Jana Grubb. Burroughs, Vice President: Scott Bosaw, President: Marilyn Trapp, Treasurer, I Robert Storckman, Margaret Steckler, Mike VanGilder, Judy Walter. SEC- FOURTH ROW: Tara Hockgeiger, Gene Gehrct, Brad John, Donna Gar- OND ROW: Mary Masher, Tana Leeds, Ann Fuller, Lana Davis, Cheryl Col- wood, Edna Garrett, Steve Winkler, Ron lWilcox. NOT IN PICTURE: Lea lins, Bill Bowen, Janis Berberich, Linda Brewer, Kathy Dagley, Lisa Garrett. Fuller. FRONT ROW: Janice Berberich, Vicki Burroughs, Maria Dunkel, Miss Tennis. SECOND ROW: Gene Gehret, Tana Leeds, Kathy Dagley, Linda Davis, Ann Fuller. THIRD ROW: Sally French, Kim Crackel, Chris Johns, Ron Wilcox, Kevin Martin. FRONT ROW: Colleen Kleinscmidt, Marilyn Chapman, Sarah Sawyer, Geor- gia Dunkel, Jana Jackson, John Holcomb, Alice Parr, Barb Neikirk, Debra Miles. SECOND ROW: Lisa Williams, Lynn Edmondson, Delores Shain, Kae Koger, Jan Bridges, Ann Bethards, Brook Fuller, Judi Simpson, Diana Mob- ley, Rose Epler, Ricky Rigg. THIRD ROW: Kim Risley, Leah Fuller, Richard SAA Stresses Strong A cademic A chievement SAA is a club that was founded to provide a college education for students with good grades and to moti- vate students to study. The SAA of MCHS is spon- sored by the Mt. Carmel Kiwanis Club. Students are awarded a letter and a certificate for their first achievement. To eam it a person must obtain fifteen academic points in one semester. Four points are re- ceived for a A and three points for a B in academic courses. In nonacademic courses one point is given for a B and two points for an A. A student must also be a citizen of a free country. Also, good character and a good community record are required. Ankenbrandt, Joe Macer, Vicki Hinderliter, Gigi Goodman, Carol Casalleggi Susan Miles, Debby Daniel, Kay Berberich. FOURTH ROW: Bill Bowen, Jeff Seaton, Judy Walter, Scott Bosaw, Lana Davis, Donna Proctor, Kerry Arm strong, Connie Stoltz, Elaine Painter, Earl Schonaman. Judy Waller Recipient Of Betgf Crocker Award Miss Betty Crocker at Mt. Carmel High School for 1972 was Judy Walter. This award is presented to a senior scoring the highest on a multiple choice and essay home economics test. The test is given by General Mills Com- pany and the score was sent to state and national levels to compete for scholarships. Health Career Furthered For Janice Berberich The March of Dimes sponsors an award to a senior who plans to go into a health career. This year the March of Dimes award was given to Janice Berberich, who plans to attend University of Evansville. Crisco Award Presented To Georgia Brown For the second year, the Crisco award was presented at Mt. Carmel High School to the student most interested and ac- tive in Home Economics. It's awarded to stimulate students interests and efforts in Home Economics studies. The win- ner was chosen for qualities of cooperation, enthusiasm, cre- ativity, and helpfulness in her classwork. Georgia Brown re- ceived the Crisco for 1972 year. Kim Crackel Receives Math Award For 1972 Mt. Carmel High School participates in a national mathe- matics contest each year. The highest scorer in this contest is presented the Math Award, a small pin. Kim Crackel re- ceived his award from Wayne Tracy, mathematics teacher. Meier And X anders Winners Of Sport Awards Mr. Larry Davis made the presentation of track award to Greg Xanders. Greg tied the high jump record of 6 feet 1 inch also held by Dwayne Garrett 119661 and Bud Brown C1959j. Mr. Parris Watts presented Joe Meier with an award for breaking the school record in the two mile run. Joe,s time was 10:38.05, over a record of 10-41 set in 1971. 1 1 Science Honors Awarded To Janice Berberich The science department recognized a senior girl for her outstanding abilities in the field of science. Janice Berberich has showed a great scholastic promise in ev- ery field of science she took part in. Y W W4-I Drama Award Presented T0 An Active Actprocon Actprocon's Drama award is presented to the senior who has accumulated the most points during four years of high school. The points are earned through speech contests, plays, public speaking and attend- ing meetings. Brad John received this award for 1972. Chris Johns was acknowledged for receiving the most points in one year and having her short story published. GAA Award Presented To Senior Tana Leeds GAA award is voted on first by GAA members, executive council and finally by sponsors. To qualify for this energetic award, the senior girl must have acquired an award each year, have leadership, cheerfulness, dependability, respect, and sportsmanship. The special award consists of two plaques, one given to the girl and this year Tana Leeds, name will appear on with the other GAA winners on the school plaque. Carolyn Capin presented Tana with her award. Nellie Krug First At MCHS T0 Receive Art Award For the first year at Mt. Carmel High School, the Art De- partment awarded a senior with an art achievements award. Mrs. Lois Epler awarded Nellie Krug with this award for her ability and skills in art. Many of Nellie,s art work ap- peared at the sidewalk sale held by the Art Department. Kathy Dagley Awarded For Honors In Music Jim Withrow presented Kathy Dagley with the Music award. Being active in Music, Kathy participated in Band, Stage Band, Girls' Chorus, Choir, Girls' Sextet, Choralaires and played the flute and french horn. Kathy was awarded for her ability and dependability in music. She also displayed leadership, scholarship, and good character. County Scholarships Presented To Five Seniors Sally French, Sherry Collins, Mike Van Gilder, Gene Geh- ret and Kim Crackel were the recipients of the County Scholarship awards this year. They were chosen on their ACT scores and grade averages. These scholarships pay all tuition and fees to any state-supported school in Illinois and are presented in each county of the state each year. ,, K Z x . L ' K , ,,,,, if V .ggi ' Crackel And French Earn National Merit A wards National Merit Scholarship Commendation this year was awarded to Sally French and Kim Crackel by Bill Denham, superintendent of the Educational Service Region. To receive this award you must receive at least a 134 on the National Merit Qualifying Test given when juniors. 152 Illinois State Scholars Awarded To 27 Seniors Illinois State Scholarships are awarded each year to seniors on the basis of their high ACT test scores and their class rank. These awards are monetary or honorary. tMonetary awards pay full tuition and fees, and are given to students planning to attend a state supported college or university. Mt. Carmel High School awarded twenty-seven for the 1972 year. Elks Scholarshp And Leadershp Awards Presented Elks NaTinal Foundation sponsors the "Most Valuable Stu- dent" award on the basis of outstanding scholarship and leadership. Each applicant filled out a brochure including his educational history, a transcript of his grades, newspaper clippings, accomplishments, and a personal statement of his goals for the future. The recipients of this award were Kathy Dagley, second place, Brad John, first place, Kevin Martin, third place, and Bill Bowen, fourth place. ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARS: FRONT ROW: Janice Berberich, Judy Walter, Linda Brewer, Kathy Dagley, Lisa Gar- rett, Kay Painter, Connie Stoltz. SECOND ROW: Earl Schonoman, Scott Bosaw, Maria Dunkel, Sally French, Sherry Collins, Tana Leeds, Mike Schuh. THIRD ROW: David Wilderman, Kim Crackel, Bill Bowen, Gene Gehret, Ron Wilcox, Mark Martin, Kevin Martin, Brad John, Steve Winkler. D.A.R. Awards Mary Lou Swanson As Recqoient D.A.R. award is awarded to a senior girl by her classmates and faculty. The recipient must have qualities of scholar- ship, leadership, service, and patriotism. Mary Lou Swanson was awarded this outstanding honor for the school year 1972. HONORARY QUILL AND SCROLL: Paul Stein, Glenda Howell, Frances Girten, Mary Wood. Recpients A na' Honorary Join Quill Ana' Scroll Quill and Scroll is the international honorary soci- ety for high school journalists. Recipients must prove to be outstanding in journalism and fulfill the requirements of society and local chapter. Recipi- ents must be in the upper third of their class, if not members otherwise capable of receiving the award are put on honorary Quill and Scroll. QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Jana Grubb, Brad John, Margaret Steckler, Kathi Thomson, Editor of Sibyllineg Mary Marchal, editor of Prep Journal, Tana Leeds, Maria Dunkel. ffsrgsmerze ' A . 4 Ninetieth Baccalaureate Mt. Carmel High School Wabash Community Unit Schools District No. 348 Sunday, June 4, Nineteen Hundred Seventy-Two School Gymnasium, 8:00 P.M. Processional ............ .............,... .................. . J udi Sim son D "Triumphal March from Aida'l-Verdi invocation ..,............,.,.... The Reverend Stephen Brown Pastor, Parkview Christian Church Anthem ..... ..... ...........,,. .......,..... ......... ..... C o n c e rt Choir "Heavenly Light!-A, Kapylow Prayer. ....... ....,.i..... , ..The Reverend Don Dennison Pastor. First Church of God Anthem ..,...............,............ ............,..... . ....... C oncert Choir "He Shall Come Down Like Rain'-aC. McCormick Sermon ..................... ,....... T he Reverend Max L. Martin Pastor, First United Methodist Church Marion, Illinois Benediction ...,.....,......... The Reverend Stephen Brown Pastor, Parkview Christian Church Recessional. .f.,....,........,...........,,.....,...,...t..,. Judi Simpson "'iriumg2i'ial March from Aida"--Verdi iAudience Seatedl VALEDICTORIAN: Janice Berberich eCOlVllVlENCElVlENT Prelude ....... ......................... M t. Carmel High School Band "March Block M" - Jerry H. Bilik "0verture Eroica" - Arr. J. Skornicka Processional .................,....... Mt. Carmel High School Band "Pomp and Circumstanceu - Elgar invocation ....................................,.............. Father Dean Braun Associate Pastor, St. Marys Catholic Church lnterlude .................................................................... Girls Sextet "Climb Every Mountain" - Richard Rogers Welcome ...........,........ ...................................... M r. R. W. Bowen Superintendent, Wabash Community Schools introduction of Speaker ..............,.............. Mr. Bill J. Priest Principal, Mt. Carmel High School Graduation Address, "And By 1990 .... " Dr. Robert Buser Chairman, Department of Secondary Education Southern illinois University, Carbondale, illinois lnterlude .............................,...,.................................. Girls Sextet "The Halls Of ivy" - Russell Knight "Hail Alma Mater" Presentation of Awards .....,...,.................... Mr. Bill J. Priest Principal, Mt. Carmel High School Presentation of Diplomas ........................ Mr. David Keating President, Board of Education Benediction ....,................................. The Reverend John Grob Pastor, Trinity United Methodist Church ,ixgwgfom wfawt. L 1. f-A fn On a very hot evening, Dr. Robert Buser spoke to the seniors about their future with his lecture entitled, "And by l990." in-9 swf 5 www After attending Baccalaureate and Commencement and receiving their diplomas and being announced as graduates of Mt. Carmel High School, Mr. Priest told the seniors to turn their tassels from their left temple to the right. As the big moment draws near, students line up to receive their dip loma and congratulations from President of School Board, Dave Keat ing. After receiving his diploma from David Keating, Mike Woods receives congratu- lations from Mr. Bowen and walks off as a graduate of MCHS. it 5 Making the long journey for the last time down the halls of Mt. Carmel High School, seniors prepare to enter graduation. Once A gain Four Awaited Years Come T0 A Close Where have the four years gone to? That's the question many seniors asked themselves after being announced graduates of Mt. Carmel High School. And of course wondering what is to come in the future. The speaker, Dr. Robert Buser from Southern Illinois University spoke to the class of 1972 about their future, "And by 19907 Janice Berberich was awarded valedictorian and com- pleted her four years of high school a five point average. And a rather different situation came about this year, a four-way tie for salutatorian, Linda Brewer, Vicki Bur- roughs, Kathy Dagley, and Ron Wilcox. Now as the 178 seniors walk out of Mt. Carmel High School they prepare for their future. After graduation exercises are completed, proud parents and relatives give a congratulations of hug and kiss. ?, 2 ADVERTISING km? lu.'z6QZ'F'f7fi-Elk K "F 551336. 60 N n i 4',z"' i N ' A fn' A ,A-J Y l A f C as D T' 3 I. 1 , Gary Arnold, Sr. Vice Commander Galen Fischer, Adjutant Jim Bledsoe, Jr. Vice Commander Joel Townsend, Judge Advocate Richard Leach, Service Officer Frank Calabrese, Finance Officer Donald Moade, Commander Wabash Post N 0. 423 American Legion Mt. CarmeL Illinois 62863 Shulczris Mobile Homes 1202 West 3rd Street, Mt. Carmel, Illinois Whether youfre single, newlywed, or a family with children, are suited to fit your needs. For the nicest in quality mobile Shular Mobile Homes has the right trailer for you. 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It is the competent and highly skilled employees that make the Mt. Carmel Apparel Company rate number one in the clothing industry. Mt. Carmel Apparel cuts, assembles, and finishes clothing for leading names which can be found in local stores. C Iarkis' Liquidators 9th and Poplar Streets Mt. Carmel, Illinois Open every day of the week, Clark's Liquidators provides the consumer with an enormous selection of items which the buyer may purchase at greatly reduced prices. 7 68 S turman ana' Fearheiley lO02 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois 1 f lllil l lllllllllllllllllll 5 l Y I In ,,.,, tit J M W W A xl C - This year's 1971-72 cheerleaders, Kathi Thomson, Debbie building materials, paint and carpeting. If you plan to build, Talley, Ann Fuller, Mary Lou Swanson, and Kathy Dagley redecorate, or just make repairs, call Sturman and Fearheiley. agree that Sturman and Fearheiley carries a large selection in Mt. Carmel A uto Association New Carlton Motors Inc. Lindsay Mawr C0, Kamp MOIOV Sal-QS Williams Motors Need a new car, trade in, or repairs made on the car you now liam's Motors of the Mt. Carmel Auto Association are always drive? Don Bellessa at Lindsay Motors, Buck Mobley at Carl- there to serve you with a smile and offer you a good deal. ton's, Don Locke at Kamp,s or Flemming Williams at Wil- -'X ,,.,,, , HCP.-"' ,,,,, Y' Are you thinking of buying a home or borrowing for a needed Mundy or one of the other competent staff members of Wa- addition or other family needs? Or perhaps you are looking for bash Savings and Loan Association, where the FDIC protects a place to save profitably? Phone or come in to see Bob all accounts. Wabash Savings and Loan Association 400 Chestnut Street St. Carmel, Illinois The Koonce family and employees happily extend their invitation to all Mt. Carmel area residents to share in their wide variety of food bargains, fresh and canned, and various household needs. Koonce Food Fair Outer West Third Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois ia! 12135, .W---g -f , , ...JLE439CfH4fw',, 'gvi m,,,. ,. ,....m " , W-wmwviff , --5.1.-mmha-.:u5L5?5Q.TTZ7"'a"' f' ' W 70 American Savings ana' Loan Association f Galen Fisher and his highly skilled staff furnish pleasant, cour- up to Sl5,000, provides many loans for building and buying. teous, expert, and confidential help in saving and lending. Stop in and see their friendly staff. American Savings and Loan Association, with insured saving 419 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Farmer's Implement R. R. 2 Mt. Carmel, Illinois One of the oldest names in Farm Implements, John Deere machinery for the planting and harvesting seasons. Farmer,s continues to lead in workmanship and dependability. Far1ner's Implement offers many kinds of equipment for every need. Implement provides the farmer with a wide selection of farm Ns This multiple array of tools represents the variety of tools i ' I pb R made at Snap-On Tool Corporation. The quality of these Yi. I tools is reflected by the large quota of sales around the 'F ' rt" i t ee-Qs1 if ill!! I ,gif ' it fQ,,.i'2Ti3Pf?'3'5""5, saga W fQa1gi'i""qBfP2- " X-' s f r Q' ,,. -f -ss., ser i S nap-On Tools i'iiiii ....'i , lf reii W ,.,.,se A 'f'ir Nili I I n tt,i, ff ' COFPOMIIOH it 'few ' ,tV. 1 ' s y, trtr .I if N M hlf 'f -I iiii -. ' 9 !i..wfA4 - i a e1'22?l" gk' s t r I ' sta' ""' tu, rrr .I ' i i iiiiii I elr 'aeff X t,,, err iill itllsi I M W Wigs ' Nrrrrsrpr XJ rN,.,.., N.,,,.,.. of t ,r 1200 West 7th Street M y to rtrrr . 5 , gli i Mt. Carmel, Illinois - s ti r titl uutil pppu st . em f f 513. ' ' ,,,l n -is-I l " ,art J I M ' if lf ' Afrl, fl , g f , .' M I Vii qIf,i ' . N Rig ESRIQX it When there's not time to run in town between classes, The employees at Dean's are always ready to sell you any Jerry Lathrop is always there to sell the students any article you may need. Whether it be school, home, business or school supplies they need. a gift, Dean's carries it. Dean's Campus Shop Dean's Offce Suppbf Wabash Valley College 411 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Prairie Farms Dairy Olney, Illinois As a local distributor of Prairie Farms dairy products, Mr. Lee Childers will vouch that these are the very best in town. WWW ...., --ff"'f, -- " ,,.,.,w-NL Q nf-ff" ,, , ' ,wwf A - ew-..,MM,m K K K .we ..,,.. f f no-.-v"":' ...a.. em. . H., Triangle Oil Company, operated by area residents who are concerned enough to spend the time and effort to see that Mt. Carmel area patrons are satisfied with their services, offers the best in competent oil exploration and production to their buyers. See them for results. Triangle Oil Company Petroleum Building Mt. Carmel, Illinois ie E35 ,ad Mary and Rick Wrye seem to be enjoying refreshments with an unidentifiable friend. Pat's vending machines are a fast and convenient way to enjoy an after school snack. Daibf Republican Register 117 West 4th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Pafs Vending Company 710 West 9th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois iytt y,,,r tityy These modern presses of the Daily Republican are kept international happenings, while providing profitable constantly running to keep the Mt. Carmel and Wabash advertising for the town's businesses. County area informed of the latest local, national and .N 3 - .. N 74 are Shaw Contractors and Builders R. R. 2 Mt. Carmel, Illinois Shaw Contractors and Builders are always doing something to make your highways and bridges better in every way possible. The Dee Oil Company, already an old and respected firm, still continues to establish new excellence in oil exploration and production throughout the county and the Tri-State area. etrto C -'ii ' i lerr ter o oeereors oeii iitte rsoiatteee eeie rtreel i trrolr r eorre as J as .ff . eetoo o fi ,rf f ii' e AD '1i- i' .." . .,, r:1f.- N -- ... T ,- ff ' riff af M' ee.- tret rssr lte ' . 1-,1 , fr. r1"-11 -"-' '11,-1 V -:af 'S Dee 011 C0 an srrl r g. erral ' 7 'P y illiiiti i 1,552 ,gg e g f s rroir S ax 1 , U ff ,J ters "'i , 431 Market Street , .ifr vf Mt. Carmel, Illinois if f' 2 , X , .45 is fx - ii? is s K f ' gg, rf' e ,,-4' Q av' No matter what size you re looking for you can be sure to fmd 11 at likes to sew you will fmd a large selection of material from which to Two photos, one commer- cial and one portrait, awarded as excellence at the Photograph Conven- tion in March 72. For commercial or Portrait photography call Paille Studio. The people at Star Jet stand ready and willing to assist any oil producer with his striving needs with truck and equipment. These people are always on the lookout. Star Jet Oi! West Third Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois The workers at Hadley's Cafe vow good service and delicious food at reasonable prices. Hadley,s is a relaxing place "to take a break" after a hard day at school or the office. Hadley is Cafe 416 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Excellent reputation and expert competence have established F. L. Beard as one of the leading oil producers in Southern Illinois I Frances Beard Oil Producers Mt. Carmel, Illinois For finest of shingle roofing and builtup roofing, see Sam or Phil Clark at Clark's Sheet and Roofing, the dependable roofers. Clark's Sheet Metal 62 Roofng 113 South Mulberry Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Whether it is a saving's account or a loan that you need, Columbian Federal Saving's and Loan Association is the place to go looking for what you want. Colunfibian Federal Savings ana' Loan 510 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois The proud and faithful employees of Sharp and Williams will always try their best to bring you good quality in plumbing, heating and air conditioning. Sharp di Williams Plumbing ana' H eating 202 West 9th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois The Morris Grain Elevators, competent buyers of soybeans, corn, and wheat will always be sure to give you a fair and just price for your farm products. Morris Grain Elevator 629 Division Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois The capable of Charles L. Miller Insurance Agency will be very glad to help you with your every insurance need and real estate selling problems. Charles L. Miller Insurance Agent Inc. 421 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois I77 For the best prices in the country on your grain, go to Hering Elevator. Hering Elevator has the latest modern equipment to serve the community well. Hering Elevator Bellmont, Illinois Brad Haggard has been spreading the word that his dad has the quickest and the most dependable truck transportation service in the Wabash County. Haggarcfs Tank Truck Service Box 784 Mt. Carmel, Illinois Sands Oil Company reliably and efficiently presents oil business services for the convenience of the Mt. Carmel residents and its surrounding areas. Sands Oi! Corp. 201 College Drive Mt. Carmel, Illinois Paul Stouse will tell you Johnson and Associates Incorporated satisfies the customer with dependable services in well production and improvement of wells. Johnson ana' Associates Inc. Dr. A. C. Johnson Skiles Building Mt. Carmel, Illinois Engineers Gordon Kirkman, Jack Bosaw, and Neal McDonald specialize in road construction. They also have a hand in the building of bridges and overpasses. La M ac Engineering 122W East 4th Mt. Carmel, Illinois With a simple word such as "cheese', smiles from everyone soon appear. Spieth Studios promise natural pictures for any occasion, that should be remembered. Spieth Studios VVhittle Avenue Olney, Illinois If you want fast prescription service North End has it. While waiting you can shop around and see what other kind of beauty aids and cards they have. North End Pharmacy North End Mt. Carmel, Illinois Flowers express the beauty of life. Your Flower Shop carries flowers for every occasion and have nick nacks to help add that something to your home. Your Flower Shop 618 Mulberry Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois 179 Freshman Steve Kuzmich sits behind the executive desk of his father, who leads R and K Petroleum Company, a leader in land and mineral development. RK Petroleum Corporation 201 West 4th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois M.F.A. Insurance Company says "If it has anything to do with insurance: We do it Better." Homer Madden, a representative is prepared to help you with your needs. M .FA. Insurance Company 630 West 5th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Pillsbury Company at Browns, Illinois, offer the best in grain prices for farmers in the area. They also offer low prices in commercial fertilizers. Pillsbury Company, Inc. Browns, Illinois Serving Mt. Carmel for over fifty years, the Roy D. Short Funeral Home has shown good ambulance service as well as fitting, beautiful funeral services. Roy D. Short Funeral Home 527 Mulberry Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois M iirzilr' HH MFA ll If " msumac ii HBREH BARBER The faithful Mt. Carmel Sand and Gravel Company employees are proud, ready, and willing to helpfully serve you with their fine quality cement materials. Mt. Carmel Sand ana' Gravel Riverfront Mt. Carmel, Illinois Fast service and good food are what you'll get when you stop at Jim's Drive In. Itls a great place to take your friends to when you're hungry. Jim's Drive In 1500 N. Cherry Mt. Carmel, Illinios In your time of greatest need, look to Cunninghams, for a beautiful and fitting memorial. Cunninghams, also has an efficient ambulance service. Cunningham Funeral H orne 403 Cherry Mt. Carmel, Illinois The people of Dersch Oil Company are always ready to serve the residents of Mt. Carmel and the surrounding area with efficient and optimal services. Dersch Oil C0. 620 Oak Mt. Carmel, Illinois Helping to serve the community of Mt. Carmel, Anderson Oil Co. promises a fine quality of petroleum. Friendliness is also a No. 1 trade mark. Anderson Brothers Oil Co. West 9th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois People of all ages go to Liddle's Miniature Golf Course for entertainment during the summer months. For a good time go to the "Putt-Putlf, Liddle's Miniature Golf Course College Drive Mt. Carmel, Illinois inns. I 8-ilk-QL Ml M 1 I11tS1'i0f Unlimited C. B. Electric Joe's Pizza Barker Building 326 west Third street 530 Market street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Students Sherri Sharp, Julie Jackson, To help brighten your day, C. B. Electric Karen Mclntosh, and Jill Barker display Company promises to furnish you the some of their products. best in electrical products. r gate: 2 . ',,'t er lftt ,. W9 3 MIM, ,.,, , ., ,,, I Mt. Carmel, Illinois Are you tired of everyday meals? Tr Joe's Pizza Palace and enjoy a ver delicious Italian pizza. PIZZA X- Y Y Alka Ham 'n Egg Ranch C0lb0rn's Academy of Beauty Liddle's Culture R.R. ii 4 432 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois For the freshest egg every morning select grade A largeg medium and small, from Alka's Egg Farm. K at ILKA BAKE ' ..., . We f at L ann: A uno: gen? "tn'tn' s A. sms r ' nw E665 I -.e'smaw,uu.m an-It' 5, Nj5,.--.b-. ', K V " .aw K . , V A. A 4.5. A A Q '-'wx K' -x 'N , 'X X ,X N 4 ' L , g . .. ' ltee, , L. M. Armstrong is the company to call for rod and tubing pulling or any oil well servicing needed. 427 Market Street Colborn's teaches the girls the skills in hairdressing while they gain experience working. awww-mfs-'-'W .7 'H i .N X I ,I 1 Q. 'ies 5' 4 L rt ' ...s.,fff,,4-ffQm.ff For complete mechanical service and major or minor repairs stop in at Agers Gulf Service Station. Liddle's offers all the styles and colors in variety of shirts, slacks, and accessories for boys and girls. rr ELS f .. , 1 I Dairy Queen Brazier is the favorite place to eat, a quick meal or just stop to get an ice cream treat. LeM0if1-2 AVWSWOU8 Wen Agers GuU Service Station Dairy Queen Brazier Service 300 West 9th Street 805 W. 3rd Allendale, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Pizza Haven Oliver Sales ana' Service Speed Wash West Third West Third Street 618 Walnut Street New this year, Pizza Haven, gives a pleasant atmosphere to everyone who enjoys any Italian food. Wilderman Brothers offers a wide selection in kitchen appliances, stereos, and televisions for any home. For new and used farm and industrial equipment for your farming needs, contact Oliver Sales. 531 When you're in a hurry, stop at Weem's for a quick dinner of quality foods and a warm surrounding. For quick self-service laundering you can depend on Speed Wash to clean all of your wash quickly. Ihfiiivhilii Vw fe F For a complete wreak rebuilding, spray painter, or welding see Fred Kramer at K 8: F Body Shop. Wilderman Brothers Weem's Drive In K di F Body Shop 408 Market Street 201 Walnut Street 426 West Ninth Charley 's Block Dupli -Copy Risley's Cleaners 516 Market Street 201 West 4th Street 417 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Char1ey's Block has everything any man might need for a fishing trip, or they have tools for the yard. , ,,, , 1 Delmar Guisewite offers quality furnishings, appliances and floor covering at great bargain savings. M Z. Carmel Transfer If you need anything in duplicating or designing, stop in to see the friendly people at Dupli-Copy. ., tis, IV., ,T"""'m For one hour service on alterations, repairs, or cleaning, come to Ris1ey's drive-in window anytime. C L5Y'sT 'si f ' ,,,r 4 " l ff , , W M:-, 1 ., . For over fifty years experience and the finest in flowers, .Main's takes orders from near and far. X--.J 'ffa e lots sf:-xr Seibert's Mobil Service Station gives complete mechanical tune ups, and services brakes and mufflers. Company Mainis Greenhouse Seiberfs Mobil Service 532 Market Street 1119 West 3rd Street 12 131 Walnut Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel Public Utility Davis Co-Ed Recreational Knights of Columbus Hall Center Public Utility Bldg. Council 1343 Mt. Carmel, Illinois 522 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Public Utility provides the Mt. Carmel area with utility services such as gas and electrical needs. t .... . Smitty's Barber Shop specializes in all types of hair styling, which are done with professional care. Mt. Carmel, Illinois Davis Co-Ed Recreational Center is a good place to meet people after school for a friendly game of pool. i7"7""T"'7' The Knights of Columbus Hall is a favorite meeting place and a good place to plan a dinner or party. 11: ,f ' f ., if 3-.5 . -. . , ,. ,gt , , - let., dare. :fret .tjjtfet ,.,saff,-at Q- ,. QQ..-.1 rg, -e 'ar a .-f-5' Y . 5,.,'1A U, Q -flfif-93' ,,Q.g:'?'J ,ig Q, " C" "'7fifiivZ"Qf5'3 'Z ,- '4f?.'5. 'Q 'if' .qi ffjgxh 05 5 . ' I 2 3g.-"5..s- ff ' . ' -, .- ' tliQQtl J if-fr wx: f T. .....,, ...f iwggtr sie: 5 Q e-....... te. ..,,,tb. t, . . A f . f cf- .tt . t 1'iv'v'5"if', it" Don't let an amateur do the job. Let H and R Block, the income tax people, do your income tax work. Midway Cafe specializes in delicious home-cooked food. They serve hot meals along with short orders. Smittyis Barber Shop H ana' R Block Midway Cafe 727 Market Street 921 Market Street 501 Walnut Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois 3rd Street Laundromat Tanquary Jewelers Rosignolis Marathon 217 W. 3rd 422 Market Service I Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois 902 Market For fine quality laundering and a warm, friendly smile bring your clothes to 3rd Street Laudromat. Have someone special in your life? Give him or her a gift of fine jewelry from Tanquary Jewelers. If you have any trouble with your Volkswagen, which is doubtful, take it to Nile Deputy for repairs. Mt. Carmel, Illinois Rosignol's Marathon service station offers fine quality gasoline as well as fast and attentive service. For good health, have nutritious products from Dairy Brand delivered to your home daily by Mr. Dougherty. These girls have discovered that the best place to find school clothes is at Spencer's Ready to Wear. Deputy VW Service Dairy Brand Spenceris Reaajf T0 Wear 323 W. 6th 430 W. 4th 518 Market Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois SffmSfeld,S Clmhing Henneberger Service Ice cf: House of Furniture Store Fuel Co. 527 Market 411 Market 810 Poplar Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Maggie Barnes fits any boy or man in the latest styles. She also makes women's suits and coats. Q ss Q Q , If you want all-day entertainment and good listening, tune in Jel-Co Radio, Incorporated. WVMC-AM WSAB-FM WVMC WSAB Mt. Carmel, Illinois If you need ice for a picnic or coal for your fuel, Hennebergers provides the largest selection. Q qv 1 1 v v .. . - 6959 Kg "+R U2 ' 42 tr 2 M'CARMEL.lLL. EW 6000 For friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere, shop at Gallatinls Market for high quality at low prices. The House of Furniture offers the latest in styles and colors to furnish every room in your home. Ed Walter Sports displays the newest in equipment to interest any athlete or just a sports lover. Am,1360 Khz 500 Watts-FM 94.9 Gallatin 'S Market Ed Walter Sports Mhz., 37,400 Watts N. Cherry Rd. 431 W. 5th 412 Market Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Tri-Kate Inc. Allendale Gravel Co. Chamber of Commerce W. 3rd sr. RFD 1 A 123 W. 4th Mt. Carmel, Illinois Allendale, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Let Tri-Kote serve you with the best in protective coatings and linings to be found in all the area. Z .,. ,. W, N .,,,.,,,...... i E ' I , 3 y 'l'Rl-KOTE. INC. PROTE6Zfli?EtF0f?TlN65c UNn'NGS.f gf' 2 Q tt,' For the finest paints and art supplies check with Mac's Paint and Wall Paper and he'll get them for you. If you're looking for a complete supply of road materials stop in and "chat" with Allendale Gravel. A .. f .. ,. ' ' A s X 15: e +L ' .......r Ask a farmer anywhere who gives the best service and he'll tell you Far-mer's Fertilizer, of course!', It was a great play. Mt. Carmel Chamber of Commerce is always a willing supporter of MCHS activities. Make your gift remembered, make it from the excellent selections of fine jewelry at Smith's Jewelry Mac's Paint dc Walaraper Farmers Fertilizer Co. Smith's Jewelers 330 Market S. Market 406 Market Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Easteriv Service Station Flemming Williams Garretfs TV Insurance Company Lancaster 712 Market Street Illinois 234 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Ill. Connie Wilkinson receives the happy service that all find at Easter's Service Station at Lancaster. l , Xxx ff VV Afyf ii f Q .. V 2 N may Jim Rafferty and family extend their whole-hearted support to the Golden Aces of Mount Carmel High. Mt. Carmel, Ill. Flemming D. Williams Insurance Agency can protect what you have with all forms of insurance service. With all the help the Hackler family has to offer its customers, nobody is treated like an old shoe. Lisa Garrett, and her mother and father, will sell you the best in televisions radios, and stereos. Come in and see Hap and fellow barbers offer the best in conversation and hair care and grooming. Jimis Cork and Bottle Haekler's Vogue Hap's Barber Shop 207 W. 9 Street 414 Market Street 919 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. Cowling Company Dadeis Ready To Wear Goodson Fruit Market 324 Market 328 Market RF D 1 Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois You can choose from the finest selection of fumiture and carpeting for your home at Cowling Company. if ' i iii . . 1 K f A Altadonna's exclusive 24-hour service keeps groceries constantly available for all shoppers. When it comes to the best in stylish fashion, Dade's not only has top fashion brands but originals too. While driving through the country, stop by and pick up some fresh fruit at Goodson's Fruit Market. The Coast to Coast store handles a large selection of top quality merchandise to suit your needs. The Mount Carmel Iron and Metal Company gives you the best prices around on scrap iron and metal. Altadonna I GA Foodliner Coast to Coast Mt. Carmel Iron 62 Metal Co. 630 Walnut 335-337 Market 612 W. 3rd Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Pepsi-Cola Distributors Robert's Jewelers Beckerman Sales and 510 West 9th Street 422 Market Street Service Conditioning Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois 231 West 12th Street To make your day bright try Pepsi because "you,ve got a lot to live and Pepsi's got a lot to give." McCuiston's chain of trucks' all supplies local and neighboring communities pizza parlors with products. Whenever the occasion arrives stop in and see Robert Jewelers' selection of fine jewelry and china. For heating and air-conditioning facilities see Mr. Whitten of Whitten's Heating and Air Conditioning. Mt. Carmel, Illinois The best in Massey-Ferguson and GMC equipment for the modern farmer is offered at Beckermanis Sales. For friendly service and good gasoline, stop in at Deep Rock. They will take care of your every need. McCuiston's Distributing Whitten's Heating and Deep Rock Co., Inc. Air Conditioning West 9th Street 231 West 12th Street 330 Walnut Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Ramsey Insurance 420W Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Ramsey Insurance provides insurance for any accident that might occur to need financial assistance. -.,,.,,f"' A , , W . .3 . , - x X -, Platolene 500 offers the area people the most in gasoline, motor oil and servicing for their convenience. Westview Lanes West 9th Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois With a date or friends, enjoy an evening of bowling, playing pool or having a snack and watching. S l ku., X1 , i if ww 5 a rg., At Purple Puff you can have your hair fixed for that special date or have your favorite wig styled. Mt. Carmel Lumber Company West 3rd Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel Lumber Company has on supply all the building, repairing and decorating items needed. 1-,ag , -1 Q .. .,.i. 'K' fsg... 13311-3m,,Q"'f-lwrfv , ' 'A '1 . 3 ,ae ' fa -Q ,. :"2w-- -' 1 1-ww... -Q-,...v.,,,,,, .Wm I VV.. K V, . Nj, SE my ii . .K gf ....... -wa f 1 1 so ' If you need school supplies or just household needs, shop P. N. Hirsch for easy quick, convenient shopping. Platolene "500" Inc. Purple Pujf P. N. Hirsch and Company 1015 West 3rd Street 226 Walnut Street 315 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Kejfer Brothers Whampler Barber Shop Mt. Carmel Coin Wash Construction 524 Market Street 821 Market Street S, Division Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Whatever your construction needs may be, Keiffer Brothers can handle large or small jobs anywhere. Mary Ann Summers assures you that Wabash Electric carries the finest in Philco appliances. Now men spend a lot of time in the barber shop and at Whampler's you receive the latest styling job. 4 'fs , K I "Wa, - - . ,. -f Would you believe a girl attendant at McCormick's Phillips 66? They give you efficient services. Enjoy a friendly atmosphere while your laundry washes and spins dry at Mt. Carmel Coin Wash. Mid-East Supply and Machine Shop carries any supply you may need for welding or industry. Wabash Electric McCormick's Phillnts 66 Mia'-East Suppbf and Machine Shop 602 Market Street 5th and Walnut 610 West 3rd Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt. Carmel, Illinois Mt, Carmel, Illinois Heater's Drugs George's Shoe 'Shop Index Notions 434 Market Street 905 Market Street 323 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. If you need a cold drink, makeup, books or maybe a prescription filled, Heater's is the place to be. Schroeder's Marathon on Third and Walnut Streets services your car quickly and efficiently as possible. Among the latest styles and colors of shoes, George's Shoe Shop makes repairs and dyes shoes quickly. Scott McQuire readily agrees that Mt. Carmel Drilling is the best and finest place to take your business. The Index Store extends a warm welcome to all customers coming to buy any household or family need. .1 bl ,tl K Sue Wood, employee at Woodls shows Frances Girten the newly arrived dresses in the latest thing for teens. Schroeder's Marathon Mt. Carmel Drilling Co. Woods 303 W. Third Street Skiles Building 404 Market Street Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. Mt. Carmel, Ill. -- , E Q 2 i l Once again another school has passed and all activities and excitement will be closed as loved memories. 1971-72 has proved to be a successful year for the Sibylline. Through many hard, tiring hours of work, the staff, with the help of many others produced a book to most of us will remind us of our great times in high school, for high school comes only once in in one,s lifetime and now its something behind the seniors. Thanks so much to the administration, faculty, office person- nel, custodians and students who helped and gave their time and patience. To the staff members who gave their time be- cause they enjoyed it, I thank very much and hope they re- member the good times and try to forget the bad when dead- lines were near. A great deal of thanks to Mr. Paille who worked very hard and long, and without his patience, we couldnit have put out this yearbook. So the seniors leave and new and more students arrive. To the seniors I hope this book will always remind you of the times we all loved and laugh at the times that we didn't. Kathi Thomson Editor-in-Chief Love Never Ends "Love is the emblem of eternityg it confounds all notion of time, effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end? Madame De Stael Mark Wallace BAND MEMBERS PAGE 64-65 Linda Alka Rodger Anderson Terri Anderson Richard Ankenbrandt George Armstrong Kerry Armstrong Kimberly Armstrong Mark Bader Ellen Beard William Beebe Lisa Beesley Vicki Bennett Ann Bethards Jan Bridges Tonya Brown Kan Burkett Carolyn Capin Tony Compton Barkley Cowling Brenda Crow Kathy Dagley Lana Davis Terry Dean Tom Dersch Rodger Dicus Joyce Dunkel Victor Dunkel Bill Eblen Angie Elmore Jim Frick Duane Fritts Ted Graddy Bridgett Hartwick Shelly Hocking Monica Humphrey Linda Jones Kae Koger Susan Kalk Rich Kuehling Tana Leeds Mary Locke Terry McGregor Karen Mclntyre Susan Macer Star Madden Becky Mascher Mary Mascher Barb Mendenhall Diana Mobley Elaine Mobley Susan Moore Cherly Morris Nancy Norrick Ann O'Donnel1 Alice Parr Colleen Partee Thelma Price Vicki Renner Sarah Sawyer Kim Seaton David Shain Delores Shain Perfidia Shearer Judy Simpson Cindy Small Nita Smith Phillip Smith Teresa Stanley Maria Storckman Jeff Stouse Paul Stouse Darlene Sutton Eilene Sutton Connie Tennis Tanea Tombaugh Donna Turner Lane Lively Turner Glenda Vines Barber, Trudy 114 Barefield, Jennifer 44, 72, 61, 114 Barker, Jill 40, 43, 44, 49, 54, 80, 84, 120, 182 3 Kathy Walston Judy Walter Jennifer Warmer Linda West Greg Wilkinson Lisa Williams Bob Wilson Brad Wood Richard Wrye INDEX A Abby, Rick 23, 95, 108 ACADEMICS SECTION 74 ACTIVITIES SECTION 6 Acree, David 23, 108 Adams, Gaila 108 Adams, Garry 116, 114 Adams, Jan 54, 114 Adams, Lisa 114 Adams, Mindy 43, 50, 54, 73, 108 Bassett, David 31, 35, 36, 108 Bauchman, Denise 120 Baumgart, John 108 Baumgartner, David 34, 114, 117 Beal, Gary 114 Beard, Ellen 40, 43, 57, 63, 65, 69, 71, 73, 108 Beard, Elisa 43, 56, 114 Beauchamp, Timothy 52, 130 Beckerman, Terry 114 Beebe, William 64, 68, 114 Beesey, Lisa 43, 57, 64, 73, 80, 108 Bell, Artie 11, 50, 77, 130, 189 Bell, Kathy 108, 186 Bellessa, Gary 1, 22, 30, 36, 114 Belt, Howard 27, 28, 30, 59, 92, 98 Bender, Elaine 45, 54, 130 Benham, Debra 120 Benham, Robert 131, 141 Bennett, Vicki 54, 63, 65, 69, 120 Berberich, Allen 33, 108 Berberich, Ann 45, 50, 53, 131 Berberich, Janice 43, 45, 72, 106, 126, 129, 131, 132, 146, 147, 148, ADVERTISING SECTION 156 Agers, Dorothy 108 Agers, Timothy 120 ALBUM SECTION 106 Alcorn, Russell 114, 117 Alka, Linda 43, 53, 54, 65, 108 Alka, Robert 3, 12, 59, 101, 130 149, 152, 154 Berberich, Kay 43, 44, 50, 72, 120, 147 Berberich, Keith 17, 18, 20, 34, 92, 131 Berberich, Retta 41, 120 Bertram, Steve 120 Bethards, Ann 42, 43, 46, 48, 50, 54, 55, 56, 61, 65, 114, 147 Brummett, Kathy 40, 41, 55, 72, 114 Bryant, Debra 6, 70, 72, 73, 120 Buchoman, Greg 120 Buchanan, Jerry 59 Burke, Cathy 108 Burke, David 58, 120 Burkett, Daniel 52, 64, 71, 132 Burkett, Steven 108 Burns, Elwood 105 Burroughs, Teresa 46, 70, 72, 85, 114 Burroughs, Vicki 46, 69, 70, 72, 73, 126, 132, 146, 147, 155 Burton, David 114 Burton, Deborah 53, 132 Butler, Franklin 108 Butler, John 33 Bybee, Leonard 52 C Cady, Virginia 120 Caddell, Lendel 23, 33, 108 Calvin, Harvey 56, 120 Campbell, Frank 18, 120 Campbell, Sandra 108 Capin, Carolyn 50, 51, 54, 55, 65, 120, 150 Carey, Patricia 54, 108 Casaleggi, Carol 43, 54, 55, 120, 147 Casaleggi, Laura 46, 85, 114, 118 Casaleggi, Paul 23, 31, 108, 33 Casburn, Bill 132 Cash, Kenneth 59, 120 Caudell, Larry 34 Chapman, Marilyn 40, 55, 61, 73, 108, 147 Childers, Steven 17, 26, 27, 28, 29, 36, 120 Choatie, Martha 94, 109 Choatie, Peggy 77, 120 Clem, Anita 120 Collins, Cheryl 46, 66, 70, 132, Anderson, Howard 105 Anderson, Randy 114 Anderson, Ray 42, 130 Anderson, Roger 17, 33, 34, 46, 64,68,71,114 Anderson, Terri 50, 65, 71, 120 Andrews, Jerry 33, 35, 54, 59, 120 Ankenbrandt, Jeff 58, 120 Ankenbrandt, Paul 108 Ankenbrandt, Richard 3, 9, 27, 30, 35, 41, 43 147 , 60, 64, 70, 82, 120, Armstrong, Gabe 16, 18, 130 Armstrong, George 23, 108 Armstrong, Kerry 11, 50, 56, 60, 64, 65, 70, 71, 81, 82, 130, 147, Beuligmann, Anita 120 Beuligmann, David 43, 45, 84, 131 Beuligmann, Greg 120 Beuligmann, James 67, 131 Beuligmann, Margaret 54, 61, 80, 108 Beuligmann Martha 54, 61, 108 Beuligmann Richard 23 33 108 Beyke, Teri 45, 53, 61, 86, 131 Bishop, Sandra 43, 108 Black, Tom 131 Blevins, John 131, 136, 139, 141 Blevins, Kyra 58, 120 Blood, Vesta 120 Blythe, Donald 52, 120 146, 151, 152 Collins, Eugene 66, 70, 96 Combs, Grace 104 Compton, Lee Ann 44, 61, 72, 114 Compton, Tony 23, 33, 31, 64, 109 Connors, Steven 33, 121 Conrady, Larry 24, 98 Corrie, Dale 57 Corrie, Jenny 1, 14, 80, 132 189 Armstrong, Kevin 22, 68, 70, 71, 114 Armstrong, Kim 44, 50, 65, 72, 120 Arnold, Marty 17, 18, 34, 130, 173 Ashby, Debra 3, 12, 15, 77, 130, 139 Ashby, Robert 33, 52, 114 Ater, Nancy 43, 46, 54, 55, 114 ATHLETICS SECTION 16 Ayscue, Kay 114 B Bader, Mark 24, 33, 65, 108 Baker, Jim 120 Baker, Julie 43, 54, 114 Banks, Donald 108 Banks, Kenneth 114 Banks, Lester 59, 92, 120 Banks, Robert 114 Banks, Shirley 114 Barber, Teresa 108 Barber, Thecla 57, 89, 114 Bobbitt, Rodger 108 Bosaw, Scott 60, 131, 146, 152 Bowen, Bill 18, 33, 43, 45, 60, 131, 146, 147, 152, 156 Bowman, Nathan 108 Boyce, Robert 59, 120 Bray, Patti 58, 120 Brewer, Linda 14, 45, 72, 131, 146, 152, 155 Brewer, Mark 108 Brewer, Tom 18, 22, 33, 114 Bridges, Jan 3, 40, 41, 42, 43, 54, 61, 63, 65, 68, 69, 72, 114, 147 Brines, Nancy 120 Brines, Sheila 131 Broedel, Peter 30, 35, 114 Broster, Allen 52, 131 Brown, Dara 108 Brown, Georgia 1, 72, 131, 148 Brown, Tonya 25, 50, 56, 60, 61, 65, 68, 73, 108, 113 Bruce, Becky 65, 132 Couch, Mrs. Kay 85, 98 Cowling, Barkley 65, 121 Cowling, Caroline 132 Cowling, Donald 23, 109 Cowling, Roger 23, 109 Cowling, Vicki 121 Cox, Mrs. Norman 104 Cox, Trena 114 Crackel, Kim 11, 14, 18, 60, 82, 96, 126, 132, 147, 149, 151, 152, 189 Crow, Brenda 65, 109 Crow, Nick 38, 121 Crummley, Michael 96, 141 Cruse, Karen 10, 50, 54, 72, 77, 107, 121 Cummins, Brenda 132 Cunningham, Chris 23, 31, 33, 109 D Dagley, Beth 25, 40, 61, 72, 114, 117 197 J 47, 45, 61, 69, 70, 72, 73, 85, 132, Hinderl 98 Dagley, Kathy 2, 5, 11, 25, 42, 43, 146, 147, 152, 155, 168 Dalton, Kathy 109, 151 Dame, Debbie 121 Daniel, Debbie 77, 121, 147 Daniels, Michael 1, 133 Dardeen, Anita 65, 114 Dardeen, Debbie 133, 136 Dardeen, Jona 115 Davis, Archie 58 Davis, Debbie 109 Davis, Lana 11, 45, 46, 47, 54, 61 63, 65, 69, 70, 72, 133, 146, 147 Davis, Mr. Larry 18, 21, 24, 32, 33, 98, 102, 149 Davis, Rick 115 Davis, Mrs. Sandy 53, 98 Dean, Myron 115 Dean, Terri 43, 49, 61, 68, 109 a Decker, Mr. Glenn 2, 39, 77 Dee, Jay 18, 22, 33, 114, 115,116 117 Dee, Katie 40, 88, 133, 136 Dee, Susue 109 Deisher, Kent 109 Deisher, Tim 109 Delaney, Sarah 43, 115 Delong, Melvin 109 Denuty, Doris 104 Deputy, Elaine 133 Dersch, Tom 23, 109 Dicus, Charles 105 Dicus, Donald 2, 3, 12, 58, 129, 133, 136 Dilbeck, Danny 121 Dill, Dave 121 Dillard, Jo 25, 61, 72, 115 Dillard, Stephen 121 Doades, Mr. Carl 99 Doades, Joyce 133 Doan, William 23, 31, 109 Doane, Nancy 109 Donham, Mr. Robert 99 Dougherty, Sabrina 44, 54, 61, 77, 121 Drone, Fred 18, 22, 30, 52, 115, 117 Drone, Mike 22, 115, 117 Dunkel, Georgia 54, 61, 73, 108, 109, 147 Dunkel, Jim 115 Dunkel, Joyce 50, 63, 65, 68, 69, 72, 77, 121 Dunkel, Kevin 121 Dunkel, Maria 43, 45, 50, 51, 61, 54, 72, 86, 130, 133, 146, 147, 152 153 Dunkel, Sally 121 Dunkel, Sarah 121 Dunkel, Victor 41, 65, 109 Durbin, Janie 121 Dyehouse, Mike 121 E Easterday, Jeff 18, 27, 29, 30, 121 Eastman, Lois 46, 134 Eblen, Billy 23, 70, 109 Edmonson, Lynn 43, 61, 115, 147 Elbe, Mr. Harry 99 Ellis, Billie 109 Elmore, Angela 43, 46, 64, 68, 70, 71, 115, 117 Elsie, Leah 43, 50, 115 Emmons, Sharon 54, 74, 121 Epler, Hannah 8, 13, 43, 44, 54, v 61, 121 Epler, Mrs. Lois 57, 61, 75, 84, 99, 150 Epler, Rose 43, 54, 115, 147 Ernest, Kevin 37, 129, 130, 134, 135 Ernest, Kyle 37, 41, 108, 109 Evans, Sharon 121 Ewald, John 59, 121 F Farrar, John 37, 109 Fearheiley, Carol 115 Fearheiley, John 10, 17, 18, 34, 80, 121 Fearheiley, Kevin 1, 40, 80, 134, 136, 139 Fiensy, Deanne 43, 80, 109 Finch, Anthony 59, 121 Fieenor, Tom 22, 30, 36, 115 Fooks, Shane Kevin 115 Folsom, William 109 Fortner, Larry 94, 109 Fortner, Sharon 115 Fox, Sheri 115 Frayser, Lois 115 French, Sally 42, 43, 46, 47, 54, 70, 72, 73, 82, 106, 134, 147, 151, Gray, Jody 115 Gray, Karen 43, 80, 109 Gray, Mr. Shane 8, 59, 61, 75, 99, 101 Grewe, Sharon 54, 61, 85, 115 Grewe, Stephen 115 Griess, Emily 18, 33, 135, 136 Griess, Paul 22, 115 Grubb, Jana 45, 1, 50, 69, 72, 135, 146, 153 152 Grubbs, Bonnie 135 Guard, Judy 115 H Hadra, Steven 31, 109 Haggard, Naomi 109 Hale, Debby 95, 110 Hall, Peter 18, 22, 115 Hall, Vicki 115 Hamilton, Scott 18 Hargrave, Floyd 115 Hargrave, Richard 116 Harms, Brenda 110 Harper, Warren 59, 92 Harrelson, Rusty 116 Harrison, Rick 22, 135 Harrold, Nick 122, 196 Hartwick, Bridget 53, 65, 110 Hasenmyer, Mrs. Catherine 89, Jackson, Jana 43, 49, 110, 147, 187 Jackson, Joni 110 Jackson, Julie 6, 10, 43, 44, 54, 80 84, 122, 182 Jackson, Vicki 116 James, Frank 136 Jamison, Edward 110 Jamison, William 59, 136 John, Mrs. Betty 55, 100, 103 John, Brad ll, 40, 43, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 60, 69, 70, 132, 146, 150, 152, 153, 190, 136 John, Mr. Jim 34, 81, 100 John, Kelly 60, 116 Johns, Chris 11, 40, 43, 46, 69, 70, 80, 132, 137, 146, 147, 150, 189 Johnson, Brenda 53 Johnson, Mrs. Ina 100 Jones Jones Jones Derrol 1 10 Jones, , Gwynna 110 , Jeff 116 , Linda 44, 50, 53, 63, 72, 116 Jonis, Robert 122 K 64, 69, Kalk, Susan 40, 64, 69, 72, 122 Keele, Martha 116 Frick, James 64, 121 Fritts, Duane 18, 33, 64, 115 Fuller, Ann 2, 8, 25, 51, 96, 126, 134, 126, 146, 147, 168 Fuller, Brooke 74, 115, 147 Fuller, Lea 14, 72, 134, 147 G Gammon, LaJean 134 Gard, Scott 115 Garrett, Edna 134, 146 Garrett, Lisa 5, 12, 72, 77, 132, 134, 146, 152, 189, 190 Garwood, Donna 58, 97, 134, 146 Gates, Mr. John 18, 24, 32, 34, 99 Gatewood, Pam 43, 121 Gehret, Gene 18, 36, 45, 60, 126, 134,l46,147,151,152 Gerrish, Jackie 115 Gibson, Greg 18, 81, 133, 134 Gidcumb, Smith Becky 15, 85, 135 Gidcumb, Karen 109 Gilkerson, Beth 54, 115 Gill, Bob 115 Gill, Steve 121 Gillespie, James 115 Girten, Frances 8, 45, 48, 61, 86, 135, 153, 165, 195 Girten, Patty 77, 121 99, 148 Hedge, Eddie 18, 33, 116 Hedge, Kathleen 135 Hedge, Phillip 92, 136 Heflin, Ray 116 Helton, Peggy 53, 122 Henager, Melody 6, 77, 90, 122 Henager, Mr. Paul 45, 99 Henry, Mr. Rickliffe 58, 99 Henson, Gary 122 Henson, Gerri 50, 51, 72, 89, 122 Henson , Johnnie 110 Henson, Karen 122 Hering, Hering, Galen 52, 116 Howard 105 Hershey, Debra 122 Hinderl iter, Don 35, 52, 116 iter, Vicki 49, 120, 121, 147, 122 Keepes, Danny 58, 122 Keepes, Greg 23, 33, 110 Keepes, Karen 116 Keepes, Kay 122 Keneipp, Kim 116 Keneipp, Mark 81, 132, 137 Kennard, Wayne 52, 110 Kessel, Ellen 110, 113, 187 Kieffer, David 122 Kieffer, Darlene 43, 54, 55, 110 Kieffer, Dorothy 54, 116 Kieffer, Dwain 137 Kieffer, Greg 95 Kieffer, Kenny 52, 59, 137 Kieffer, Kevin 122 Kiffer, Mark 110 Kiffer, Mary Jo 57, 137 Glick, James 122 Goff, Ira 122 Goodman, Danny 109 Goodman, Debbie 109 Goodman, Gigi 43, 54, 122, 147 Goodman, Goodman, Herbert 92, 135 Sharon 45, 99 Goodson, David 52, 89, 92 Goodson, Kenneth 52, 109 Goodson, Patti 77, 122 Graddy, Ted 67, 70, 115 Graef, Bev 109 Graetz, Melinda 54, 109 Grant, Rita 1, 50, 54, 55, 69, 70, 72, 135 Grassinger, Laura 43, 109 Hockgeiger, Marcia 122 Hockgeiger, Tara 9, 136, 146 Hockgeiger, Tim 95, 110 Hoffman, Gary 57, 136 Hocking, Shelley 64, 110 Hocking, Steven 110 Holcomb, Kathy 53, 80 Holcomb,Jennifer 54, 110 Holcomb, John 34, 147, 110 Hollen, Bill 118, 114 Horrall, Beverly 122 Howell, Glenda 50, 72, 136, 153 Hudson, Mrs. Catherine 81, 99, 150 Hudson, Mr. William 64, 66, 99 Humphrey, Monica 43, 44, 65, 73, 109, 110 Humphrey, Mr. Philip 92 Hungerford, Charles 116 Hungerford, Dana 17, 18, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 36, 176 Hungerford, Mary 128, 129, 136 I lglehart, Terry 116 Ile, Curtis 5, lZ, 59, 136, 146 Isaac, Joe 116 lvy, Jackie 110 Kieffer, Norma 122 Kieffer, Richard 122 Kieffer, Rosie 116 Kieffer, Scott 110 Kieffer, Terri 52, 77, 122 Kight, Mr. Malcolm 105 Kenny, Mike 122 Kirkman, Mr. Gordon 78, 179 Kirkman, Kent 22, 23, 31, 110 Kirkman, Mrs. Ruby 104 Kissling, Karen 44, 55, 122 Kleinschmidt, Colleen 44, 79, 116, 147 Kleinschmidt, Greg 22, 116 Kleinschmidt, Kim 53, 54, 110 Kline, Mr. Edward 79, 100 Knackmuhs, Ron 94, 137 Knapp, Dennis 116, 169 Knowles, Janet 94, 116 Knox, Terry 9, 18, 22, 137 Koenig, Alan 11, 40, 45, 46, 56, 137, 189 Koenig, Carolyn 56, 116, 191 Koenig, Vernon 110 Koger, Kae 40, 43, 46, 47, 50, 54, 61, 65, 71,72,l16,147 Koger, Mrs. Alice 76 Kolb, Robert 58, 122 Kramer, Kay 54, 110 Kramer, Ed 26, 27, 28, 30, 36, 122 Krug, Mrs. Gladys 104 Krug, Jeff 116 Krug, Nellie 53, 57, 137, 150 Kueling, Rich 137 Kuykendall, James 122 Kuykendall, Lloyd 110 Kuzmich, Steven 23, 180, 110 L Lambert, Cathy 110 Landingham, Kenneth 59, 92, 137 Long, Carmen 110 Lang, Gwynna 44, 53, 54, 61, 89, 110, 122 Lang, Joyce 54 Lawson, Dustin 93, 116 Leeds, Tana 45, 47, 49, 55, 60, 61, 65, 70, 72, 82, 116, 135, 137, 147, 150, 152, 153 Leeds, Robert 58, 138 Leek, Susan 116 Lemke, Barbara 46, 72, 122 Lemke, Ricky 31, 110 Lewis, Michael 116 Liddle, Kim 116 Litherland, James 116 Litherland, Jan 34, 38, 122 Litherland, Melody 53, 72, 116 Litherland, Steve 116, 117 Little, Mrs. Arna 100 Locke, Mrs. Claire 100 Locke, Mary 65, 71, 110 Lockhart, Ron 117 Lofton, Kevin 138 Lofton, Robin 117 Lopez, Paul 117 Loudermilk, Connie 72, 79, 117 Lovellette, Sequel 117 Lowe, Jane 54, 138 Lucas, Mr. Robert 42, 100 Luker, Glen 122 Luth, Norman 122 Lynch, Harley 105 Mc McCaw, Judy 77, 123 McClane, Fred 48, 138 McClane, Mark 111 McClane, William 18, 36, 92 McClellan, Brenda 123 McClellan, Randy 23, 46, 111 McCormick, Toni 117 McCoy, Floyd 123 McDanie1s, Mr. James 24, 35, 41, 75, 100, 108 McDaniel, Mrs. Sharon 95 McDanie1s, Mrs. Genieva 95 McDonald, Terry 117 McFarland, Mike 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 36, 123 McGeorge, Mr. Jack 100 McGill, Terry 85, 123 McGill, Tracy 92, 123 McGregor, Terry 117 McGuire, Angela 45, 57, 61, 77, 136, 138, 141 McGuire, Scott 23, 37, 111, 195 Mclntire, Gary 123 McIntosh, Karen 40, 80, 123, 182 McIntyre, Karen 61, 64, 72, 89, 117 McIntyre, Susan 44, 123 McKinney, Everett 123 McKinney, Joe 117 McRaven, Sharon 43, 44, 55, 61, 72, 89, 117 M Macer, Joe 123, 147 Macer, Susan 43, 44, 64, 73, 80, 109, 111 Macke, Shirley 138 Macy, James 14, 34, 138 Madden, Staretta 71, 65, 117 Majors, Leslie 138 Major, Phil 117 Marchal, Christine 111 Marchal, Mary 15, 50, 38, 153 Markle, Glen 58, 138 Marriott, Howard 78, 123 Martin, Kevin 40, 41, 5, 70, 89, 98, 138, 147, 146, 152, 157 Martin, Mark 11, 42, 43, 60, 70, 80, 69, 139, 152 Martin, Mindy 111 Martin, Pam 111 Martin, Pat 123 Martin, Randy 101, 111 Mascher, Mary 45, 47, 54, 60, 64, 69, 70, 72, 82, 139, 146 Mascher, Becky 42, 43, 48, 54, 65, 73, 111 Mason, Linda 58, 139 Maurice, Jeff 30, 117 Meadows, Rick 59, 92, 123 Medlin, James 117, 123 Meeks, Tiz 15, 88, 139 Meier, Danny 111 Meier, Joe 17, 32, 33, 34, 35, 139 Meier, Richard 34, 74, 123 Mendenhall, Barbara 47, 60, 72, 139, 141, 147, 186 Mendenhall, John 42, 60, 123 Mendenhall, Philip 33, 34, 82, 117 Miles, Debra 43, 44, 111, 147 Miles, Susan 43, 44, 49, 123, 147 Miller, Charles 33, 35, 111 Miller, Danny 33, 111 Miller, David 33, 117 Miller, Karen 117 Miller, Kevin 23, 111 Miller, Mike 123 Minniear, Harry 18, 117 Mitchell, David 111 Mitchell, Valoda 111 Mobley, Diane 53, 54, 61, 65, 72, 89, 147, 117 Mobley, Elaine 53, 54, 64, 111 Mollenhauer, Micky 23, 31, 111 Moore, Billy 111 Moore, Elvis 111 Moore, Miss Irene 100 Moore, Susan 44, 45, 63, 65, 68, 69, 70, 72, 74, 90, 123 More, Melanie 15, 16, 131, 139 Morgan, Gale 10, 123 Morris, Cheryl 1, 65, 72, 117 Mosberger, Roger 123 Moudy, Roy 117, 161 Mundy, Bill 37, 122, 123 Mundy, Dennis 36, 117 Mundy, Sharon 105 Murphy, Daisy 111 MUSIC SECTION 62 N Neikirk, Barbara 61, 80, 109, 111, 147 Neikirk, Marilyn 53, 57, 77, 139 Neikirk, Terry 95, 111 Newkirk Newkirk Newkirk, Newkirk, 140 , Mrs. Avis 59, 104 , Jim 18, 27, 30, 36, 123 Leon 59, 139 Steve 4, 17, 18, 21, 27, Newlin, Ronnie 123 Newlin, Isabella 111 Noe, Sheri 43, 61, 73,111,117 Noel, Anita 84, 117 Noland, Glee 117 Norrick, Nancy 53, 64, 117 0 Odom, Lucien 117 Odom, James 33, 111 Odom, Terry 123 O'Donnell, Ann 63, 65, 60, 69, 73 111 Oliver, Alisia 140 Oliver, Christina 95, 111 Raber, Mike 23, 33, 111 Raber, Nancy 6, 44, 48, 49, 61, 120, 124 Rafferty, Lynn 44, 49, 53, 61, 79, 116, 118 Rafferty, Terry 23, 31, 111, 113 Rafferty, Tim 18, 40, 41, 59, 120, 122, 124 Raibley, Stan 124 Rainbolt, Robert 111 Ravellete, Daniel 118 Rayborn, Carroll 124 Reavill, Cathy 111 Reavill, Charles 118 Reeves, Charles 124 Reeves, Debbie 25, 44, 48, 49, 55, 61, 72,118,196 Reid, Larry 124 Renner, Vicki 50, 54, 64, 73, 111 Oliver, Rick 92 Onyett, Terry 17, 34, 57, 140 ORGANIZATIONS SECTION 38 P Padgett, Linda 117 Painter, Doug 117 Painter, Kay 45, 53, 140, 146, 147, 152 Palmer, John 123 Parr, Alice 43, 54, 65, 111, 147 Parr, Phil 36, 147 Partee, Colleen 40, 65, 123 Partee, Vicki 121, 123 Peach, Debra 117 Peach, Jess 105 Peach, Kathy 54, 117 Pearson, Mr. Bailey 100 Pemberton, Cathy 45, 140 Penrod, Diane 77, 123 Perry, Richard 111 Peter, David 52 Peter, Vester 9, 25, 43, 44, 45, 61, 72, 89, 117 Peters, Fred 23, 111 Peterson, Mr. Rodger 59, 100 Pfiester, Charles 22, 27, 30, 33, 65, 71, 117 Phelps, Carolyn 118 Phelps, Judy 111 Phelps, Mr. Ray 105 Phelps, Sue 123 Pierce, Robert 123 Pierce, Warren 111 Pierson, Marilyn 14, 53, 77, 140 Pixley, Bea 72, 123 Pixley, Carl 52 Pixley, Leon 18, 22, 33, 34, 114, 117, 118 Pixley, Lucinda 53, 72, 118 Pope, Anita 123 Porter, Kathy 124 Porter, Victoria 110, 111 Price, Terry 124 Price, Thelma 50, 54, 61, 64, 73, 80, 111 Price, Tim 57, 65, 68, 124, 191 Price, Tina 10, 13, 77, 124 Priest, Mr. Bill 39, 76, 98, 101, 156 Proctor, Donna 45, 46, 69, 70, 72, 73, 140, 146, 147 R Raber, Mr. Herman 105 Rhinehart, Terry 18, 124 Richards, Keith 37, 59, 141 Richards, Melvin 22, 118 Richards, Ronald 111 Richardson Richardson Richardson, Richardson, Richardson, Richardson, , Greg 118 , Jerry 141 Kim 111 Linda 44, 54, 124 Sherry 61, 112 Tom 118 Richeson, Mrs. Sharon 55, 101 Rigg, Randy 31, 33, 95, 112 Rigg, Ricky 118, 146, 23, 34 Rigg, Steven 18, 20, 21, 27, 30, 36, 124 Riggs, Debra 124 Riordon, Jay 59, 92, 141 Risley, Greg 111 Risley, Jo 72, 118 Risley, Kim 43, 118, 147 Risley, Steven 9, 22, 27, 128, 141 Risley, Tom 124 Robb, Mr. Sam 52, 101 Rodgers, Mark 23, 31, 112 Rodgers, Paul 18, 21, 124 Roetemeyer, Lyle 41, 74, 124 Romines, Karen 112 Ruble, Joel 18, 22, 118 Rushmeier 15, 72, 141 Rutter, Charmin 118 Rutter, Mary 124, 185 S Sager, Joyce 118 Sams, Mr. Gene 75, 96, 101 Sawyer, Sarah 112, 113, 117, 147, 40, 41, 43, 49, 63, 69, 73 Schafer, Kathie 118 Schafer, Pam 112, 117 Schafer, Sheila 54, 72, 85, 124 Schmitt, Larry 49, 56 Schneider, Mike 18, 58, 124 Schonoman, Earl 43, 69, 70, 85, 141, 146, 147, 152 Schonoman, Harold 112 Schoultz, Bob 18, 22 Schrodt, Phil 118 Schroder, John 105 Schroeder, Jeff 30, 118 Schuartz, Janet 112 Schuh, Phil 45, 57, 141, 146, 152 Scriber, Paul 60, 118 Seal, Verdayne 22, 33, 52, 118 Seals, Dwaine 52, 89, 124 Seals, Kevin 23, 52, 112 Seaton, Charles 59, 141 199 Williams, John 1 13 Stouse, Paul 65, 70, 142 00 Seaton, Jeff 24, 33, 35, 60, 124 Seaton, Kim 44, 54, 65, 71, 73, 112 Seaton, Terri 10, 50, 71, 72, 101, 124 Seibert, Debbie 124 Seibert, Jane 43, 54, 55, 61, 112 Seibert, Kim 43, 118 Seibert, Rick 18, 22, 33, 118 Selby, David 124 Seybold, Vicki 118 Steckler, Danny 52, 112 Steckler, Jean 119 Steckler, Jim 60, 119 Steckler, Margaret 4, 9, 19, 41, 48, Shackelford, Eugene 33, 109, 112 Shain, David 6, 10, 47, 65, 69, 70, 71, 124 Shain, Delores 47, 64, 70, 71, 72, 85, 118, 147 Shain, Jim 118 Shain, Kay 58, 124 Shannon, John 112 Shannon, Tim 112 Sharp, Mr. Sheldon 101 Sharp, Sheri 10, 40, 42, 43, 44, 54, 80, 124, 182 Shearer, Fid 54, 64, 70, 86, 101, 141 Shelby, Harold 141 Shoaff, John 18, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 97, 126, 141 Shoemaker, Robert 59, 124 Short, John 18, 22, 37, 79, 114, 118 Short, Wanda 112 Shoultz, Robert 33, 118 Shutts, Harold 112 Shutts, Mary 124 Siefferman, Joe 92, 124 Sigler, James 112 Simpson, Judy 42, 43, 46, 47, 49, 75, 89, 142, 146, 153, 161 Stein, Mr. Frank 98, 101 Stein, Mary 48, 49, 56, 65, 72, 119 Stein, Paul 49, 56, 59, 142, 153 Steusell, Gary 18, 36, 125 Steusell, Tonya 1 Stipanuk, Rodger 125 Stoltz, Connie 53, 142, 146, 147, 152 Stoltz, Ed 119 Stoneberger, Ed 52, 112 Stoneberger, Evelyn 125 Stoneberger, Linda 112 Storckman, Mr. Henry 105 Storckman, Maria 50, 54, 65, 71, 72, 125 Storckman, Robert 18, 19, 20, 21, 142, 146 Stouse, Jeff 23, 30, 31, 32, 33, 64, 112 Stover, Charles 112 Stricklin, Steve 23, 101, 112 Strine, Jim 52, 119 Strothers, John 112 Stuessel, Tona 119 Sulzer, Jane 112 Summerfield, Lisha 53, 112 Summers, Mary 54, 61, 125, 194 Sundstrom, Jahn 92, 143 Sundstrom, Mike 50, 125 Trammell, Elissa 143 Trapp, Alice 44, 45, 49, 61, 63, 72, 115, 116, 119 Trapp, Janice 54, 57, 72, 119 Trapp, Marilyn 3, 8, 12, 43, 45, 53, 57, 61, 77, 143, 146 Treece, Frank 119 Treece, Ron 112 Trottier, James 125 Troutt, Rita 143 Turner, Mrs. Edna 104 Turner, Donna 15, 47, 70, 73, 136, 143, 146, 157 Turner, Lively, Lane 65, 143, 157 U Underriner, Cincy 44, 61, 72, 96, 119 Underriner, Joe 59, 125 Utley, Sue 41, 50, 96, 119 V VanGilder, Mike 18, 19, 20, 45, 106, 143, 146, 151 VanGilder, Paula 54, 55, 73, 112 54, 56, 71, 72, 60, 57, 61, 64, 66, 68, 70, 118, 147 Singer, Mrs. Elba 105 Singer, Mr. Frand 105, 121 Sloss, Peggy 112 Small, Cindy 4, 43, 50, 56, 61, 65, 141 Smith, Diane 15, 103, 136, 142 Smith, Greg 18, 59, 142 Smith, Jennifer 142 Smith, John 118 Smith, Bruce 118 Smith, Nita 44, 49, 54, 55, 65, 72, 124 Smith, Phil 65, 70, 112 Smith, Rick 60, 142, 146 Smith, Sylvia 4, 58, 142 Smith, Tim 33, 118 Smith, Yvette 189, 118 Snow, Lenes 18, 22, 33, 34, 118 Snow, Rick 18, 20, 21, 59, 135, 142 Sparks, Cindy 43, 119 Sparks, Julie 112 Spencer, Elaine 124 Spencer, Jeff 18, 23, 33, 119 Spencer, Tim 112 Spond, Spond, Spond, Donavan 105 Mrs. Lillian 105 Mr. Sereno 105 Springs, Charles 112 Sprinkle, Jeff 112 Spruell, Rhonda 15, 88, 142 Spruell, Mr. Richard 101 Stanley, Teresa 47, 55, 65, 70, 72, 124 Stansfield, Kevin 112 Stansfield, Roger 10, 124 Sutton, Sutton, Danny 112 Darlene 64, 119 Sutton, Eilene 64, 112 Sutton, Joe 59, 125 Sutton, Mike 59, 61, 143 Sutton, Rod 92, 125 Sutton, Roger 112 Swain, Charles 112 Swan, Kim 112 Swanson, MaryLou 2, 25, 41, 127, 128, 143, 153, 168 Swatsly, Sarah 112 T Tackett, Harold 119 Talley, Debbie 5, 25, 41, 44, 53, 54, 61, 75, 125, 168 Talley, Kevin 112 Tarr, Jane 44, 45, 50, 51, 72, 125 Taylor, Mr. Alva 102 Taylor, Donna 112 Taylor, Mrs. Helen 50, 51, 102 Taylor, Kim 61,117,119 Tennes, Miss Ruth 102, 147, 149 Tennis, Barbara 44, 61, 72, 89, 115, 119 Tennis, Connie 40, 43, 44, 50, 63, 64, 69, 70, 72, 73, 125 Tennis, James 52 Tennis, Mark 52, 119 Tennis, Patti 43, 45, 72, 143, 146 Tennis, Teresa 143 Tennis, Tony 125 Thomson, Kathi 2, 25, 39, 43, 45, 48, 49, 53, 61, 130, 143, 153, 168 Thomson, Mike 119 Toler, Mr. George 27, 28, 32, 102 Tolley, Brenda 125 Tombaugh, Tanea 50, 54, 63, 64, 68, 69, 72, 125 Tracy, Mr. Wayne 102 VanMatre, Bill 59, 125 Veihman, Mrs, Ruth 41, 102 Villines, Pat 82, 119 Vines, Glenda 64, 112 Vines, Linda 64, 119 Vogel, Alvin 125 W Wachs, David 125 Wall, Wall, Wall, Wall, Wall, Don 144, 157 Linda 112 Patty 84, 125 Randy 157 Stan 157 Wallace, Dennis 92 Wallace, Dwain 64, 119 Wallace, Mark 112 Walls, Kathy 125 Walston, Kathy 44, 46, 47, 67, 70, 72, 125 Walter, Judy 43, 42, 45, 47, 54, 65, 70, 71, 72, 144, 146, 148, 152 Walter, Mary 54, 72, 119 Warrner, Jennifer 43, 54, 61, 65, 69, 73, 113 Watson, Thomas 10, 50,51, 125 Watts, Mr. Parris 57, 91, 102 Weaver, Mr. Charles 102 Webber, Bev 72, 119 Weir, Mr. Bob 105 Weir, Mike 1, 119 Weisenberger, Mary 41, 119 Weisenberger, Ruth 56, 125 Weisgerber, Mr. Ron 79, 102 Welton, Mr. James 48, 49, 103 Welton, Mary 49, 113 West, George 94, 144 West, Linda 65, 113 White, Mac 23, 83, 119 White, Mary 54, 125 White, Mike 33, 59, 113 Whiting, Eldred 119 Wilcox, Ron 11, 41, 60, 144, 146, 147, 152, 155, 157 Wilderman, Bev 54, 57, 72, 61, 119 Wilderman, David 58, 114, 152 Wilderman, Mr. James 50, 51, 103 Wilkinson, Connie 53, 57, 114, 190 Wilkinson, Debbie 77, 113 Wilkinson, Greg 113 Williams, Darla 45, 54, 69, 72, 77, 86, 144 Williams, Lisa 53, 54, 119 Williams, Lisa M. 41, 43, 55, 64, 113, 147 Williams, Tonia 10, 40, 50, 125 Wilson, Bob 18, 19, 21, 37, 49, 64 71, 84, 144 Wilson, Charles 18, 83, 119 Wilson, Martha 144 Wilson, Mr. Everett 103 Wilson, Tom 37, 113 Windes, Cathy 54, 57, 61, 114, 119 Windes, David 113 Windes, Dawn 13, 49, 145 Winkler, Mr. Ray 95, 103, 122 Winkler, Stephen 5, 18, 20, 21, 41 127, 128, 130, 133, 145, 146, 152 Winters, Tim 145 Wirth, Dennis 84, 85, 86, 145 Wirth, Janet 113 Wise, Miss LaFern 98, 163 Witkowski, Alenda 44, 53, 54, 61, 72, 89, 125 Wolf, William 56, 113 Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, 77, 86, Wood, Wood, Wood, Wood, William 119 Ed 125 Floyd 125 Jene 113 Lloyd 125 Mary 40, 55, 69, 70, 72, 145, 152, 195 Mike 59, 145, 157 Penny 125 Ruby 125 Tom 119 Woodcock, Marty 53, 54, 113 Woods, Janice 54, 55, 113 Wright, Mrs. Maxine 76, 101 Wrye, Mary 48, 125, 173 Wrye, Richard 23, 65, 113, 173 Wyatt, Julie 113 Wyatt, Tanya 113 X Xanders, Denise 2 Xanders, Greg 18, 20, 21, 23, 33, 59, 145, 149 Xanders, Kevin 113 Y Yarbor, Dan 59, 145 York, John 84, 145 York, Sandy 53, 54, 125 York, Stephen 119 Young, Dennis 119 Young, Jeff 13, 23, 31, 33, 146 Young, Mike 113 Youngs, Mr. Ron 56, 83, 103 Z Zenthoefer, Anita 44, 53, 54, 55, 72, 88, 125 Zimmer, Martha 13, 90, 120, 125 a

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