Mount Gilead High School - Mizpah Yearbook (Mount Gilead, OH)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 182 of the 1967 volume:
The Nineteen Sixty-seven
Mount Gilead High School
Mount Gilead, Ohio
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The classrooms, the hallways, the offices - the school. More than brick
and mortar, the school is the students. If there be students, there must be
teachers, and both require administrators.
Yet, as important as the buildings and personnel, is the spirit, symbolized
by a seal, newly created, a motto, "This far and farther."
Mount Gilead is made up of traditions of the past, knowledge of the
present and potential of the future. Ninety-four years of progress to this end,
Table of Contents
Personnel ....... ..... 4
Seniors ......... ..... 1 4
Underclassmen ..... .... 3 O
Organizations ....... ....... 4 8
Athletics ........ ....... 7 8
Special Events .................. .... 9 4
Junior High 81 Elementary ...... ..... l O8
Advertisements .............. ..... l 50
High School Administrators Guide Student Life.
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D. C. NICHOLSON
High School Principal
A. B. Ohio University
M. Ed., Ohio University
Secretary to Mr. Nicholson
Bookkeeper and Secretary
Administration ond Board of Educotior
RAY MILLS, JR.
Superintendent of Schools
B. S., Wilmington College
M. A., Miami University
Secretary to Mr. Mills
Oversee School Functions.
The five members of the Board
of Education are elected by voters
in the school district. Meeting bi-
monthly, the board pays bills and
controls finances. Their philosophy
is to give each student the best edu-
cation possible with the available
Members of the Board discuss possible improvements in the school system
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Donald Bachelder, George Jackson, Richard Jagger-President, Donald Graham-Vice President,
Eugene Lust, C. R. Gladden-Clerk.
Teachers exhibit on vclriefy
MRS. VIRGINIA MEYER
Business Law, Economics
General Business, Civics
MR. MICHAEL HAWKINS
Vocal and Instrumental
MRS. NANCY KENNEDY
MRS. JANE THROCKMORTON
of skills cmd talents.
MR. JAMES KNOTTS MR. BENJAMIN STOUT
II1flL1SfI'i3.l AITS Industrial Arts
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MR. PAUL STINEMAN MRS. FLORENCE CLOUSE
Physical Education Physical Education
Driver's Training Health, Guidance
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English I, Civics
MRS. KATHRYN WIELAND
English III 84 IV
MRS. BLANCHE KNACHEL
English II 8a III
MR. RICHARD NAUMAN
English I, Speech
only help him to find it within himself.
. . Galileo
MR. JOHN QUINN
MR. PAUL BREMIGAN
MR. JAMES MILLER MRS. VALESKA NICHOLSON
World History, Librarian
Teachers are guides and participants.
MR. CHARLES COOK
MR. CHARLES SWANSON Algfbfa I
General Science, Physical Science,
General Math, Algebra I
MR. STARK BEARD
MRS. MARTHA HUBBERT
Advanced Math, Algebra II,
MR. GERALD WHITE
Cooks cmd custodians perform necessary fosks.
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SITTING: D. Jennings, M. Nesbitt, L. Bader, G. Covert, I. Steck, M. Green.
STANDING: H. Dilsaver, I. Hildebrand, L. Staley. '
Barbara Billingsley pauses as she cleans building
Mr. Potter happily mows the lawn.
Jack Fisher and Libby Nuffer take time out from their endless
President Gary Craven and his fellow-
officers, Vice-President Frank Slavik,
Treasurer Steve Brown, and Secretary
jenny Long are always eager to see
what's around the corner.
Officers lead the class of sixty-seven.
Patricia Allen Mary Baird Marilyn Baker
Harold Baldwin Michael Barnett Jack Bartley
Seniors goin maturity os they begin
Dennis Brocklesby Steven Brown Tim Casto
Christie Clark Barry Cody Bonnie Coldwell
Kris Wood and Sherry Heacock enjoy
cultural pursuits in the fields of Recess
IV and Advanced Bubble-blowing.
their final yeor of high school.
RIGHT: Presenting a demonstrative
speech, Bill Soulier shows the class
the techniques of playing guitar.
FAR RIGHT: Judi Jagger examines cur-
rent periodicals seeking research ma-
terial for a theme.
Gloria Conkle Gary Craven
Claude Dallas Tamsen Dalrymple
Bertha and jim present a government
report concerning alcoholism.
Seniors recall Times spen
Mary Elkin Linda Evans
Debra Fate James Fisher
ulone or in on crowd.
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relaxing beauty of the campus rn the
Organization ocfivifies help
Michael Hedrick Charles Henry Thomas Higgins
Keith High janet Hildebrand Gary Hobson
Homecoming rehearsal: "Your job, boys, ,
is to see that she doesrft trip getting out
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form responsible citizens.
Sally Huston Judi Jagger Christina James
Clarence Keckler james Keil Teresa Kelley
A special committee composed of John
Coming, john Zimmerman, Frank Slavik,
and Gary Craven review ideas for class
Hmm . . ., hanky-panky!
Seniors will their cherished possessions
Teresa Knox Betty Linscott Jennifer Long
Barbara Lykins Bonita McClelland Sharon McCracken
Senior girls present an extra credit proj-
ect in Mrs. Wieland's class.
To Juniors of The Junior-Senior Prom.
The spirit of sixty-seven is reflected
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D011 PPIHCISOII Michael Pfeifer
Judith Rensch Donald Rice
FAR LEFT: "Oh, 'bout this big!"
LEFT: Tim Casto and Mike Pfeifer are
among seniors ordering graduation
by laughter . . . ond meditotion . . .
Deb and John express the changing
moods of seniors.
Carolyn Roberts Charles Shaffer
David Sipe Frank Slavik
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Spring fever and approaching graduation
Karen Smith Vickie Smith john Snyder
Wfilliam Soulier William Southard Larry Stockdale
Turn Thoughts from studies.
"Do you people in the back have some
thing you want to share with the c1ass?'
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Kay Tierney Thomas T rainer Richard Troyer
Mariann Uffefman Sandra Wehr Rudy Wilkinson
After graduation, eighty-three seniors
will each travel separate roads.
Kristine Wood Dan Wyss Harold Young
Richard Young john Zimmerman
RIGHT: A busy senior takes
time out from her schedule
FAR RIGHT: To serious-
minded seniors, English is
a. subject which will help
them further their com-
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The seniors of their best.
Bonnie guzzles again!
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y! That's the Senior battle cry!
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Seniors line up for another delicious cafeteria meal.
jerry and Gary concentrate on the corn
plexities of football at a practice ses
Excitement reigns os Juniors receive their closs rings.
Each year juniors plan and finance the Junior-Senior Prom.
Elected to organize the event this year are Mike Lepp, Presiclentg
Jane Logan, Vice-Presiclentg Sharon Taylor, Secretaryg and
Cathy Kubbs, Treasurer.
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W. Campbell J. Carrnean S. Carter j. Casto T, Clapper
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D. Franks j. Frayer P. George R. Gladden J. Goff
C. Gompf N. Harden P. Hedrick K. Helman G. Hildebrand
Sharon Taylor reads minutes of the last junior Class meeting as members discuss plans for
raising prom funds.
responsibilities cis upperclcissmen.
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NOT PICTURED: K. Bachelcler, G. Bailey,
S. Baker, P. Bradley, L. Chase, P. Clark,
C. Hall, R. Richards, S. Sherbourne, B.
Steckg P. Troyer, G. Watt.
Libby, as usual, supports a class project
by purchasing a place setting from Erin
Snell and Vicki Wilkinson.
S. Taylor D. Vanderkooi C. Wafnef
V. Wilkinson C. Worline
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Sophomores goin assurance now that They
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jill Harris, Sophomore Class President and her cabinet, Roxie
Cronerlwett, Marla Kelly, and Jeff Owens, familiarize themselves
with the fire alarm system in preparation for emergency.
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M, Billingsley P. Bradley P. Brady P- Brady
P. Brehm B. Burgess S. Carpenter P. Cllnger
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A. Masterson R. Matson G. McClelland W. Mills
P. Moses D. Mosier L. Noakes J. Owens
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omores study The novel SILAS MARNER.
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Rain or shine, Linda Hord, Freshman Class President, and
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task of governing the Class of Seventy. Secretary, Becky Brush,
is not pictured.
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Two members of the Class of '70 test their sales ability on a skeptical upperclassman.
NOT PICTURED: J. Lawyer, J. Lester, P. McCracken, R. Shaffer, B. Vail.
Spiritual Growth is the Y-Teen gool.
ROW 1: Mrs. Knachel-Advisor, B. Coldwell-Sec., J. McPeek-V. Pres., T. Dalrymple-Pres.,
J. Logan-Member at Large, J. Jagger-Treas., Mrs. Wieland-Advisor.
ROW 2: S. Kirkpatrick, L. Baird, P. Brady, C. Shipman, S. Foster, G. Benson, V. Wilkinson,
M. Jordan, P. Fox, J. Harris, D. Shaw.
ROW 5: B. Linscott, B. Bachelder, N. Harden, L. Brown, W. Wojtseck, M. Kelly, C. Shealy,
P. Shirk, J. Carmean, J. Frayer, D. Kuenzer.
ROW 4: R. Cronenwett, M. Ufferman, S. Carpenter, M. McCombs, C. Worline, B. Stansbery,
C. Clouse, B. Dodrill, J. Pinyerd, M. Elkin, S, Wehr, K. Tierney.
ROW 5: B. Cronenwett, K. Smith, C. Clark, D. Fate, J. Rensch, S. Heacock, B. McClelland,
M. Baird, B. Klingel, P. Brehm, C. Kubbs.
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their projects are taking
charge of Christmas and
Homecoming decorations in
addition to conducting the
Thanksgiving assembly. The
club makes an effort to have
outstanding programs to bet-
ter its members, and a service
project to better the com-
Cathy Kubbs and Jo Carmean Selected to attend the Y-Teen United Nations Study
deliver holly that was sold by the Trip in New York were Bonnie Coldwell, Judi Jagger,
Y-Teens and Tam Dalrymple.
Building character and enthusiosn'
ROW 1: D. Hartpence, G. Dowis, Mr. Swanson-Advisor, C. Weller, D. Brocklesby.
ROW 2: J. Snyder, S. Ward, D. Zwayer, M, jordan, J. Zimmerman, E. Harden, D. Williams, T.
ROW 3: D. Riffle, T. Jackson, G. Counts, J. Owens, S. Gordon, J. Auld, S. Brown, C. Mosier.
ROW 4: J. Hart, B. Cody, J. Coning, F, Slavik, G. Craven, D. Sipe, M. Barnett.
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Hi-Y member Chris Gompf poses with the Hi-Y Honors flag and its
creator, Mrs. Fry.
In fulfilling their goals, the Hi-Y took
part in several projects this year. They pur-
chased an honors flag to be flown for ath-
letic victories or other honors that came to
our school. On a Saturday when the temper-
ature was -SOF., the club members sold bal-
loons for the Heart Fund Association. They
also participated in the Hi-Y basketball
tournament at the Marion YMCA.
in its members are the Hi-Y gools.
Gary Counts displays the flag purchased by
the Hi-Y to be flown when an honor comes
to our school.
Craig Weller is elected president of next year's Hi-Y
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Spirit cmd pride describe the MGHS Indian Bond
Marching Bande"Blow on
those horns. Bring those knees
up. Point your toes. Stand up
straight and quit looking
aroundi This doesn't even look
like a marching band!" How
many thousands of times do
the band members hear these
words at each practice? Many
times they think they aren't
going to live through the long
weeks of practice. But all the
work becomes worthwhile
when they do their best on
Friday night and know they
have done a good job.
LEFT: Majorettes Vickie
Wilkinson, Karen Shelton,
and Mary Jordan stand
patiently by as drum ma-
jorette Kay Tierney twirls
the fire baton,
Concert Band develops musical appreciation.
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ROW 1: J. Logan, B. Stansbery, K. Korody, B. Cronenwett, P. Fox, M. Jordan, K. Shelton, C.
Shipman, D, Smith, C. Pate.
ROW 2: 1. Frayer, C. Clouse, L. Brown, B. Coldwell, N. Harden, Y. Starlin, J. Rensch, S. Mills,
M. McCombs, D. Dunn, J. Zimmerman, M. Vaughan, G. Benson, G. Dowis, S. Brown,
ROW 3: N. Belville, R. Hart, C. Shealy, S. Bennington, N. Goff, B. Bachelder, K. Dilsaver, E.
Griggs, N. Wood, E. Mercer, V. Wilkinson, R. Gladclen, J. McPeek, S. Foster, C. Kubbs, J.
Carmean, C. Smith, J. Harris, J. Smith, L. Baird, P. Shirk, B. Wood, D. Hartpence, T. Smith.
ROW 4: J. Snyder, D. Efaw, W. Wojtseck, K. Tierney, Mr. Hawkins, C. Shirk, J. Hart, M. Baird.
Although less rigorous than Marching
Band, Concert Band is still hard work. Under
the direction of Mr. Hawkins, the band gives
three concerts a year besides playing at grad-
uation. The band made an excellent showing
this year in competition with other bands by
bringing home a II rating in Class B.
John Snyder packs up the drums for the trip to the contest held at
Mansfield Senior High School this year.
"Music Alla Mod" was the theme
of the 1967 Spring Concert presented by
the music department. The band played
"Them Basses" by Vincent Persichetti,
"Themes from Doctor Zhivagou by
Maurice Jarre, l'Music to Watch Girls
Byl' by Sid Ramin, and a trombone trio,
"Trombrero", by Frank Cofield.
Mike Barnett presents Mr Hawkins with a gift from the band and choir
of the bond cmd choir.
prepare for their spring performance.
The choir performed a varied program
of popular songs, folk music, selections
from Broadway hits, and sacred numbers.
Some of the featured numbers were "The
Shadow of Your Smile" from The Sand-
piper, "The Sweetheart Tree" from The
Great Race, "Summer Time" from Porgy
and Ben, "Country Style", "A Taste of
Honey", and "Almighty God of Our
The choir presents their most outstanding performance in the spring.
The choir blend their voices fo:
ROW 1: C. McClelland, C. Ruhl, J. Phillips, R. Cronenwett, C. Corbin, C, Mosier, P. Brady,
D. Rogers, V. Baker, Mr. Hawkins.
ROW 2: P. Riggs, J. Hildebrand, J. Jagger, B. Lykins, S. Torrey, M. Baker, D, Hobson, K.
Smith, S. Shipley, H. Farrington.
ROW 3: M. Ufferrnan, J. Rensch, K. Wood, D. Fate, T. Dalryrnple, C. Kistner, J, Jagger, K.
Smith, P. Shirk.
ROW 4: Gay Sears, C. James, D. Henry, G. Conant, M. Jordan, T. Higgins, B. Henry, M. Bar-
nett, D. Gerhardt, T. Rensch, N. Graham.
Mr. Hawkins gives the choir a tidbit from his endless re-
serve of knowledge.
mony hours of entertainment.
Under the direction of Mr. Michael Hawkins,
the choir sings for several special occasions. They
give two concerts during the year' and sing for
school assemblies, as well as Baccalaureate and
Commencement. This year the choir made an
excellent showing in competition with other
high school choirs at contest by receiving a II
The choir prepares to sing at contest
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The choir's final appearance of the year is at Commencement.
Thespicms have ca
ROW 1: M. Baird, Y. Starlin, B. Lykins, B. Coldwell, P. George.
ROW 2: S. Wehr, 1. Long, Mr. Nauman-Advisor, B. Bachelder, S. Kirkpatrick.
ROW 3: B. McClelland, T. Dalrymple, K. Smith, J. Jagger, D. Fate, K. Wood, C. Smith.
ROW 4: M. Barnett, G. Craven, F. Slavik, J, Snyder, B. Phillips, T. Smith, C. Shirk, M. Randolph,
Steve Brown, prospective Thespian, talks with The-spian advisor Mr. Nauman
about Thespian membership.
n acting and drama.
Laura Brown, Jo Carmean, Steve Baker, Richard Gladden, Nancy Harden, and Mike
Randolph give the play "Antic Spring."
Thespian troupe 1893, under the guidance
of Richard Nauman, experimented with sev-
eral new types of material this year, including
a Christmas play and a one-act comedy pre-
sented for Beta Progress. The organization's
goals are those of any group of actors-to
promote the high ideals of good drama.
Sherry Heacock experiments with make-up on Bill Southard.
Juniors Proudly Present "You Con'T Toke ll With You".
ROW 1: M, Lepp, C, Counts, R. Gladden, M. Randolph, B. Phillips,
ROW 2: T. Smith, B, Bachelder, S. Kirkpatrick, P. George, C. McClelland, P. Clark, J. Goff.
ROW 3: D, Vanclerkooi, S, Baker, M. Kemnirzer, C. Clouse, M. Jordan, G. Bailey.
"The fireworks! The fireworks!" cries Paul Sycamore fR.
Gladdenj, as Grandpa QT. Smithj and Ecl QS. Beallj look at the
ominous smoke coming from the basement.
Building with his erector set, Paul Sycamore QR. Glaclclenj gives
Penny Sycamore QP. Georgej a worldly bit of advice while Essie QB.
Bachelderj nonchalantly continues her dancing,
Senior production is "Stage Door."
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ROW 1: M. Elkin, J. Phillips, T. Knox, H. Farrington, S. McCracken, M. Harvey.
ROW 2: M, Baird, C. Pate, C. Mosier, B. Lykins, K. Tierney, M. Ufferrnan, J. Long, J. Jagger,
ROW 3: D. Gerhardt, E. Malone, G. Conkle, V. Smith, B. McClelland, T. Dalrymple, C. Clark,
C. james, Mr. Nauman-Director.
ROW 4: C. Shaffer, D. Brocklesby, T. Higgins, B, Southard, S, Brown, D. Riffle, J. Coning, J.
Hart, F. Slavik, G. Hobson.
"Yes, I came down to do a bit of shopping and surprise
my little girl here," says Mrs, Shaw fHelen Farringtonj
to Mrs. Orcutt fTam Dalrymplej
'Louise' Darling! I was so afraid youkllbe gone," CX-
claims Terry Uudi jaggerj to Louise fMartina I-Iarveyj
Terry Uudi jaggerj attempts to read 21 script for Mr. Gretzel
Future Teachers experience crctucr
A " ' t Giving high school students a look
5 . A at teaching as a career is the major
objective of the Future Teachers of
America. Observation of teachers in
action helps each F.T.A. member decide
if he is suited to be a teacher. Each
year the F.T.A. visits a college in ad-
dition to holding a county rally. The
high point of the year is the awarding
of a scholarship to the most outstanding
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Initiate Kathy Smith lights her candle, representative of
the torch of knowledge, symbolic in the F.T.A. program.
ROW 1: K. Smith, T. Smith, J. McPeek, M, Baird, C. Kubbs, J. Harris, J. Rensch, M. Harvey,
M. Randolph, J. Jagger.
ROW 2: M. Hubbert-Advisor, P. Shirk, T. Campbell, E. Lashmit, L. Baird, N. Wood, P. Riggs,
D. Bartley, P. Fox, C. Ruhl, M. Elkin, K. Tierney, C. Shealy.
ROW 3: D. Fate, C. Clark, K. Dilsaver, L. Brown, M. McHugh, L. Hord, J. Frayer, N. Belville,
K. Smith, J. Jagger, S. Wertz, M. Shultz, G. Benson.
ROW 4: C. Brinkman, B. Stansbery, J. Logan, B. Lykins, S. Heacock, B. McClelland, M. Vaughan,
G. Sears, C. Clouse, B. Dodrill, S. Mills, M. McCombs, N. Graham, B. Bachelder, N. Harden.
Nancy Graham, Marcia McCombs, and Cindy Brinkman put up
posters announcing National F.T.A. Week.
President Mary Baird conducts a routine F.T.A. business
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Cathy Kubbs, F.T.A. secretary, reads the min-
utes of the previous meeting,
Mrs. Hubbert and Mary Baird pose with next year's officers: Portia Shirk, Vice-President
Laura Brown, Presidentg Gayle Benson, Treasurerg and Lois Baird, Secretary.
Crop ond livestock proiects teoch Future Fclrmers.
ROW 1: T. McKinney, J. Keil, D. Hartpence, T. Trainer, B. Smith.
ROW 2: R. Wertz, M. Keckler, N. Sabbe, M. Young, J. McPeek, Mr. Beard-Advisor, D. Barler,
D. Hinton, K. Salisbury, F. Geyer, J. Hamilton, L. Hollingsworth.
The objective of the F.F.A. is to
give members an opportunity to de-
velop leadership. Serving as officers and
committee chairmen, the members learn
good parliamentary procedure. The club
stresses participation in activities such
as community service, public speaking,
and cooperation. These experiences will
encourage the members to actively par-
ticipate in community organizations af-
ter they have completed school. F.F.A.
members learn to work together for
the betterment of themselves and their
LeRoy Hollingsworth proudly displays his award for selling
the most Farm Journal magazines in our community.
Modern principles of agriculture.
F.F.A. members look on as the mayor officially declares F.F.A. Week.
During F.F.A. Week, David Hinton and Robert Smith
show their appreciation of the teachers.
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Peggy Clinger, Queen Judi Jagger, Connie Shipman, and Sharilyn Wuertz
were chosen by the club members.
Girls Athletic Association Supplements the
"The purpose of the Girls Athletic
Association is to stimulate interest in
sports, to develop a spirit of good
sportsmanship and fair play, to provide
opportunities for leadership, and to
promote participation in a wide va-
riety of activities."-G.A.A. Constitu-
Becky Geddis and Pat Clark burst into action as 'jill Harris,
referee, steps out of the way.
ROW 1: B. Linscott, K. Smith, D. Fate, M. Baird.
ROW 2: J. Jagger, P. Brady, A. Wheeler, E. Mercer, D. johnson, J. Scott, N. Wood, D. Bartley,
P. Riggs, B. Kemnitzer, D. Rogers, S. Gatchall.
ROW 3: N. Bellville, M. Woods, K. Smith, S. Wertz, M. Schultz, E. Griggs, P. McCracken,
K. Salisbury, D. Rizor, 1. Phillips, S. Wehr.
ROW 4: G. Sears, K. Korody, C. Brinkman, B. Brush, N. Graham, M. Geddis, K. Tierney, B.
McClelland, L. Hord, S. Brock, S. McCracken, M. Elkin, T. Campbell.
ROW 5: C. James, G. Conkle, D. Hobson, C, Kistner, K. Sutherland, C. Boone, S. Heacock, J.
Jagger, J. Rensch, B. Lykins, K. Wood, A. Mosier, V. Smith, M. Vaughan.
Girls Physical Education Program.
ROW 1: E. Lashmit, C. Shipman, B. Coldwell, J. Pinyerd.
W ROW 2: D. Kuenzer, P. Clinger, L. Baird, B. Smith, D. Mosier, B. Goff, P. Brady, V. Wilkinson,
P. Fox, N. Morris, J. McPeek, J. Harris.
ROW 3: F. Clouse--Advisor, R. Cronenwett, B. Dodrill, M. Kellyi, R. Harper, B. Geddis, S.
Tennant, P. Walton, S. Hord, I.. Brown, S. Phillips, J. Carmean, C. Ruhl.
ROW 4: S. Foster, N. Harden, B. Bachelder, K. Helman, Y. Starlin, P. Hedrick, P. Clark,
K. Shelton, R. Levings, M. Ferrel, B. Stansbery, C. Clouse, W. Wojtseck, C. Worline.
Heads bob through the spray in an attempt at synchronized swimming
Diana Kuenzer strikes again. 67
F.H.A. members leorn home efficiency.
ROW 1: S. Tennant, C. James, G. Conkle, C. McCurdy, J. Zimmerman, C. Richards, J. Barnett,
ROW 2: Mrs. Throckmorton-Advisor, C. Mosier, S. Patton, C. Pate, H. Farrington, J. Phillips
E. Malone, L. Evans, D. Smith.
ROW 3: M. Wood, L. Lyons, S. Bennington, K. Brocklesby, V. Baker, D. Rogers, K. Sutherland
N. Morris, D. Mosier, S. Torrey, B. VanSchoyck, A. Wheeler.
ROW 4: R. Kisor, R. Shaffer, L. Noakes, M. Watkins, S. Hord, V. Jones, K. Salisbury, P.
Brady, P. Brady, B. Goff, S. Huston.
ROW 5: D. Dunn, J. Roush, B. Hinton, K. Kistner, S. Phillips, P. Seaburn, M. Ufferman, D.
Knox, D. McDonald, D. Gheen, N. Conkle.
ROW 6: C. Kistner, D. Weber, Y. Starlin, F. Roush, R. Harper, B. Steck, P. West, P. McCracken
S. Brock, P. Walton, D. Rizor.
Tomorrow's homemakers partici-
pate in activities on local, state, and
national levels. The girls Work to-
ward Junior, Chapter, and State
degree awards. This year Judy Phil-
lips won the State degree award.
Several representatives attended
the State Convention on April 7
and 8. During National F.H.A.
Week, the club took part in var-
ious activities promoting the F.H.A.
Thirteen F.H.A. members are installed in the 1967 formal installation of
F.M.A. members work toward ci career in medicine.
ROW 1: S. Hord, M. Watkins, J. Lehman, K. Salisbury.
ROW 2: J. Carmean-Treas., -I. Long-Pres., Miss Murphy-Advisor, C. Shipman-V. Pres., B.
ROW 3: L. Baird, S. Wehr, K. Smith, B. Linscott, A. Mosier, P. Brady, C. Ruhl, V. jones.
ROW 4: S. Carpenter, B. Haldeman, C. McClelland, C. Corbin, J. Rensch, B. Lykins, M. Ufferman,
K. Tierney, M. Jordan.
ROW 5: J. Smith, C. Smith, K. Helman, P. Brehm, M. Kelly, N. Harden, B. Geddis, J. Pinyerd,
ROW 6: S. Gullet, C. Worline, J. Zimmerman, M. Vaughn, B. Brush, D. Hobson, M. Geddis,
W. Wojtseck, P. Clinger, B. Bachelder, D. Lyle.
F.M.A. members explore the opportuni- -
ties and requirements of the field of med-
icine. After a member has been in the club
for a year, he may be a candystriper at the
Morrow County Hospital or an aid at one
of the nursing homes. This year the club
members raised money for the heart fund 4
and for the Cancer drive. '
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skill on Rudy Wilkinson. Will he live?
VAC members ore MGHS's finest athletes.
ROW 1: G. Craven, J. Hart, F. Slavik.
ROW 2: C. Shaffer, B. Wehr, N. Sabbe, D. Brocklesby, fl. Holtrey, C, Weller, R. Gladden.
ROW 3: B. Cody, D. Patterson, C. Gompf, G. Bailey, D. Vanderkooi, M. jordan, S. Edwards, M.
ROW 4: 1, Fisher, 1. Coning, D. Burnell, B. Phillips, J. Lyon, R. Ferrell, D. Gerhardt, R. Wilkin-
son, G. Hildebrand.
All varsity lettermen are eligible to join
the V.A.C., an organization which supports
high school athletics. After making it
through the traditional initiation, the new
members order jackets. V.A.C. members have
hay-rides and parties, but they end the year
on a more serious note by awarding the
most promising member a scholarship.
Chuck Shaffer helps himself to a bag of popcorn, or is he
making a sale?
Lunch-a time for study, cards, and conversation.
"Take out a sheet of fresh, clean paper and
The unreal world of students and teachers.
Mr. Bremigan demonstrates his unique filing system.
Mr. Holtrey enjoys the intellectual pleasures of the PTA Car-
Student Council coordinates the work of the orgonizotions.
ROW 1: R. Wilkinson, T. Campbell, J. Snyder, B. Dodrill, j. Zimmerman.
ROW 2: Mr. Nicholson-Advisor, J. Bartley, T, Turner, B. Phillips, C. Hall, S. Ward.
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President john Snyder confers with Mr. Nicholson about
some important Student Council business.
"The Student Council's major project
for the year was to revise their con-
stitution. The council also worked to
promote school spirit. The arrangement
of school dances, pep assemblies, and
the planning of the homecoming festiv-
ities were among the useful services
performed by the organization."
-D. C. Nicholson
Office girls learn secretarial Techniques.
SITTING: C. Pate, J. Goff
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STANDING: L. Evans, C. Warner, S. Foster, Mrs. Hart-Sec., C. Worline, C. McCracken,
Mrs. Fry-Sec., B. Stansbery, C. Kubbs, D. Shaw.
These are the very capable girls who do
an endless number of jobs to help with the
office work. They are afforded the op-
portunity to deal with personnel-a valu-
able experience in learning to be a secretary.
Each has her own special duties and finds
working in the office an enjoyable expe-
Sandee Foster finds today's absentees especially amusing
Arrowtoles keeps students informed.
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ROW 1: N. Harden, B. Lykins, B. Bachelder, M. Harvey, Mr. Quinn-Advisor, S. Brown.
ROW 2: T. Dalrymple, M. Kemnitzer, J. Jagger, -I. Snyder, J. Long, K. Smith, B. McClelland,
J. Rensch, M. Baird, L. Brown, M. jordan, Y. Starlin.
ROW 3: C. Clark, J. Phillips, G, Craven, j. McPeek, J. Frayer, C. Kubbs, V. Fields, C.
Kistner, K. Kistner, C. McClelland, C. Corbin.
It was a year of learning for members
of the "Arrowtales" staff. Trying to
build a newspaper from scratch, with-
out the help of a journalism depart-
ment, is a task which requires the help
of a journalist steeped in the basic back-
ground of journalism. This background
must be created by experience, educa-
tion, and study. The members of the
staff are dedicated to these precepts.
Editor Tam Dalrymple puts the finishing touches
on the layout sheets.
The Mizpoh staff works 'ro publish o yearbook.
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The Mizpah staff works together to pre-
serve the events of a memorable year. Press-
ing to meet deadlines, staff members take
pictures, sell advertisements, write copy, make
lay-outs, and take more pictures. To capture
the vigorand the color of events as they
really happen is a difficult task, but a
unique and rewarding one for the yearbook
Editor Sherry Heacock types hurriedly as she tries to meet the
ROXY! 1: G. Hildebrand, R. Porter, J. Snyder, J. Jagger, J. Zimmerman, B. Cody.
ROW 2: S. Foster, I. Frayer, C. Kubbs, B. Bachelder, J. Logan, J. Carmean.
ROW 3: B. Coldwell, K, Tierney, B. McClelland, C. Clark, B, Cronenwett, K. Smith.
Student-librarians practice library skills.
The student-librarians trim the tallest Christmas tree yet for
the annual decoration of the library.
Giving up study hall time, student-
librarians help keep the library operat-
ing smoothly. They learn library rou-
tines, accept the responsibility of library
duties, create displays, and 'serve library
users. This year the' organization was
host to twenty-six schools for the an-
nual North Central Ohio Stuclent-Li-
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ROW 1: L. Evans, M. Ufferman.
ROW 2: K. Helrnan, B. Haldeman, K. Smith, C. Shipman, P. Hedrick, C. Brinkman, M. Ferrel.
ROW 3: K. Brocklesby, P. Clinger, D. Kuenzer, C. Smith, C. james, C. Neal, J. Logan, P.
George, M. Elkin, Mrs. Nicholson-Head librarian.
Students vary lelsure hme ClCl'lVIl'I6S
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Band members illegally hang uniforms on lockers, awaiting
Eat up gang, we only need three thousand more dollars for our Prom
Varsity players exhibit skull ond sportsmanship
ROW 1 D Sherbourne R Young, managers Mr White coach, E. Harden manager
ROW 7 S Ward R Wilkiiiscn I Owens B Cody J Coning, T. Clapper G Cra en
Clearfork . .
Northmor . .
Lexington . .
Olentangy . .
Wynford . .
Ridgedale . .
Highland . . .
River Valley .
Reserve players work for berth on Vorsify squad.
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ROXW 1: S. Gullet, J. Jackson, mnnagers.
ROW 2: Mr. jackson, couch. T. Clapper, J. Lyon, T. Turner, L. Trainer, B. Wood, Dickerson,
M. Carsner, G. Curts, B. Xwehr, D. Zwayer, G. Klingle, J. Fox.
Larry Trainer goes up for a shot at the basket.
Clearfork . . . 34 38
Northmor ..... . . . 34 33
Freclericktown 32 44
Carclington .. 57 '32
Lexington . 25 34
Olentangy . . . 35 47
Wynforcl .... 36 53
Ridgeclale . .. . . . 37 32
Highland ..... . . . 26 23
Col. Crawford 32 43
Big Walnut 26 34
Marion Catholic . . . . . 40 43
River Valley .... . . . 43 38
North Union 52 60
Elgin ........., . . . 26 46
Buckeye Valley . . . . . . 32 50
Carclington ...... .,.. 4 6 32
Indians battled against rugged competition.
A Buckeye Valley defender tries vainly to stop a bucket
john Coming goes up for an easy two points.
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A typical crowd at a Mt. Gilead basketball game.
Enthusiasm overbouncls following firs
ROW 1: fl-rj B. Dodrill-mascot, C. Weller, J. Hart, D. Brocklesby, D. Vanderkooi, J. Fox,
D. Persons, J. Holtrey, J. Tennant.
ROW 2: R. Glaclden-Manager, M. Lepp, S. Edwards, B. Wehr, M. Billingsley, S. Ward, C.
Shaffer, T. Turner, J. Fisher, B. Soulier, H. Sample, R. Castner-Ass't. Coach.
ROW 3: P. Bremigan-Head Coach, B. Cody, F. Slavik, G. Craven, J. Coning, T. Clapper, J.
Lyon, D. Burnell, B. Phillips, O. jackson-Ass't. Coach.
ROW 4: B. Vail, C. Hall, G. Young, D. Riffle, ISI. Hord, J. Jagger, B. Mills, T. Smith, D. West.
Fullback Frank Slavik siclesteps a Big Walnut defender as he powers for yard-
age during Mount Gilead's Homecoming game.
ficfory over Ridgedole Rockets.
Ridgedale . . . 22 0
Dublin .... 16 22
Olentangy . . 16 O
Highland .... . . . 12 6
Big Walnut .... . . 38 8
Marion Catholic ..... 0 22
Richwood ...... . . 12 14
Buckeye Valley ...... O 34 A
Cardington .,.. . . . 8 58
Indian defenders rush toward the ball carrier in an effort to halt a Carding
As he breaks away for a long gain, Coming delivers a jarring stiff-arm to a would-be tackler.
Varsity cheerleaders spur the team one
VARSITY SQUAD: jackie McPeek, Sharon Kirkpatrick, Diana Kuenzer, Cathy Kubbs, Bonnie
Bachelder, Karen Smith.
The varsity cheerleaders enthusiastically
lead yells and cheers at all the football and
basketball games. Besides putting on pep
rallies, they Amake an inestimable number of
posters to boost school spirit. This fall, they
attended an all day cheering clinic at Bowling
Green State University.
The cheerleaders balance precariously in their six-
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BELOW: The final draft is prepared after many toilsome hours of hard work
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work To keep up school spirit.
The Cheerleaders sold pecan pies and booster badges to raise money for the new uniforms shown
above and below.
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Reserve cheerleaders represent spirit ond sportsmanship.
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The reserve cheerleaders are an addi-
tion to the cheering squad this year. These
four girls from the freshmen and sopho-
more classes are chosen by the student
body. Elected in the fall, they cheer for
the reserve basketball team and help the
varsity cheerleaders with their activities.
The other side of sports.
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A study in concentration.
Gary and john lead the team in an assault against
The baseball team ends the year with a
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ROW 1: D. Sherboume, L. Coldwell, C. Shaffer, C. Hall, R. Wilkinson, L, Rogers, P. Stiers, S.
Beall, R. Young. '
ROW 2: T. Rensch, G. Curts, G. Hildebrand, G. Young, D. Sipes, F. Slavik, J. Owens, M.
Young, L. Panghorn, G. Klingel, E. Roberts, Coach Stineman.
Coach Stineman awards Chuck Hall the most valuable b
Highland ...... . .
Big Walnut ........
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Cardington . . .
Olentangy . . .
North Union . . .
Northmor ...... . . .
Buckeye Valley .
Big Walnut ....
record of I2 wins ond 8 losses.
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George Hddebrand swmgs for a blg h1t.
Paul Stiers seems a little depressed over Coach Stinemarfs admoni- Mount Gilead players warm up before a game
The Mt. Gilead track team makes superior
ROW I: G. Conant, mgr. J. Smith, M. I-Iorcl, T. Clapper, C. Weller, R. Porter, S. Ward, J.
ROW 2: I. Jagger, B, Wehr, J. Fox, J. Sayers, D. Persons, M. Kernnitzer, D. Zwayer, B. Vail,
ROW 3: Coach Brernigan, D. Burnell, M. jordan, B. Henry, B. Cocly, R. Ferrell, M. Lepp, J.
Coning, J. Holtery, B. Soultier, G. Bailey, R. McCracken, C. Gompf, T. Turner.
Fritz receives the trophy awarded to him for being elected
most outstanding track player.
Big Walnut .... 83W 44yQ
Buckeye Valley .... 54 72
Lexington ........ My? 52W
North Union . . . 61 66
Olentangy . . . . . . 92 35
Elgin ............ 51 76
Marion Catholic .... 75W 51V2
Cardington ...... HSM 17W
Reserves ........ 60 67
League Meet .... . . . 2nd
County Meet ..... . 1st
Cambridge Relays .... .... 3 rd
Richwood Relays . . . . . . . 5rd
T ri-Meet ......... . 1st
Mt. Gilead Relays .... . lst
Standing on oll levels of competition.
Bill Soulier clears the pole at twelve feet, setting a new school record.
Shayne Edwards springs forward from the start- Ron McCracken and Barry Cody are all
ing block, smiles after placing first in the 880 relay.
Fritz takes off . . , . . . and finishes another winning run.
Ten schools porficipole in the first MT. Gilead relays
Gary Bailey comes in first in the 220 yard dash at
the Mt. Gilead-Cardington track meet.
Barry Cody takes the lead in the low hurdles.
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Mark jordan runs the half mile.
Chris Gornpf takes the lead in the two-mile run,
Golf supplements spring sports.
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ROW 1: R. Stull, F. Dickerson, S. Collett, T. Riley, J. Houpt, T. jackson, D. Riffle, G. Dowis,
C. Simpson, Mr. Casner.
At the Johnstown Invitational Tournament the
golf team received the first trophy ever to he
won by a Mt. Gilead golf team.
Olentangy .... . . . 7 2
Ridgedale .... .. 9 0
River Valley .... . . . 5 4
Olentangy ...... .i 7 2
Buckeye Valley .... ' , . 9 O
Lexington ...... . . . 5 4
St. Vincent ..... . . . 4 5
Lexington ...... . . . 1 8
Olentangy . . . . . 4 5
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Outstanding Juniors represent MGHS
at Boys' State and Girls' State.
ROW 1: Delegates-Cindy Clouse, Laura Brown, Cathy Kubbs, Bonnie Bachelder.
ROW 2: Alternates-Connie Shipman, jane Logan, Sharon Taylor, Vickie Wilkinson.
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ROW 1: Delegates-Mike Lepp, Bruce Phillips, Tracy Smith, Mike Randolph,
ROW 2: Alternates-Richard Porter, Mike Hord, Shayne Edwards, Richard Gladden.
Clear fall wecafher and o decisive
Gary Craven crowns Sherry Heacock Homecoming Queen for 1966.
Queen Sherry is escorted by Frank Slavik and Darrol Riffle.
victory provide o clossic homecoming.
Homecoming was held on a beautiful,
clear autumn night. Brown-eyed, golden-
haired Sherry Heacock was crowned queen
of the festivities. Her attendants were Becky
Cronenwett and Debra Fate. These three
lovely seniors were honored at the game and
the dance following.
Attendant Becky Cronenwett
Queen Sherry Heacock
Attendant Debra -Fate
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Even though the weather did not do its part
to help, the Mount Gilead Relays held on April
22 was a big success. Of the ten schools parti-
cipating - Lucas, Big Walnut, Dublin, North
Union, Northrnor, Olentangy, Mount Vernon,
Saint Vincent, Centerburg, and Mount Gilead -
the Indians compiled the most points, making the
first Mount Gilead Relays a true success.
The Track Queen, senior Sherry Heacock, and her court-Judi Jagger, senior attendant
Diana Kuenzer, junior attendant, Roxie Cronenwett, sophomore attendant, Cathy
Boone, freshman attendant-passed out ribbons and trophies
ticipating in the event.
to the athletes par
A one-twoifinish in the 100 yard dash piles up points
for Mt. Gilead.
Barry and Gary recuperate following a victory in the 880 relay.
Sherry Heacock congratulates Barry C
in the high hurdles.
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1967 Cornivol Queen ond Court
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The Junior-Senior Prom creates
jenny Long and Gary Craven are elected King and Queen of the Prom.
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covering the walls with bamboo.
"Isle of Golden Dreamsn was the theme at the Junior-Senior
Prom, which was held at the Marion Country Club on May 12. The
Junior Class entertained the seniors with a program including the
traditional wills and prophecies, a hula contest, and an original
movie of scenes around MGHS. For the first time, a king and
queen of the Prom were named. The junior Class elected Gary
Craven king and jenny Long as queen. Following the dance, every-
one returned to Mount Gilead for a movie and a breakfast pro-
vided by the parents of the junior and Senior Classes.
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The prophecies are presented as the observations of a group of "You call this punch
travelers in 1987
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ROW 1: T. Higgins, J, Zimmerman, H. Young, M. Pfeifer, M. Baker, S. Huston, L. Evans, C.
Roberts, C. Pate. C. Mosier. A. Mosier.
ROW 2: C. Shaffer, R. Wilkinson, R. Young, B. Coldwell, K. Tierney, M. Ufferman. M. Elkin,
S. Wehr, T. Kelley, J. Long.
ROW 3: C. Shirk, D. Wyss, J. Bartley, C. Neal, E. Malone, T. Dalrymple, C. James, G. Conkle.
ROW 4: K. Salisbury, B. Henry, B. Soulier, B. Southard, S. Brown, H. Baldwin, D. Riffle, D.
After Twelve years of wcaifing, working, on
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This year, Commencement was held out-
side for the first time. It was a beautiful
May night, and the seniors in powder blue
and midnight blue robes made an impres-
sive picture against the clear sky. The band,
the choir, and a senior ensemble provided
music. Tam Dalrymple delivered the Salu-
tatory Address, Judy Phillips presented the
Valedictory Address. The speaker for the
evening was Reverend M. E. Hollensen, D.D.
from Marion. Richard Jagger, president of
the Boardpof Education, presented the diplo-
mas to the graduates.
The campus buildings and the athletic field provide a beautiful setting for the
ROW 1: T. Knox, V. Smith, S. McCracken, J. Hildebrand, J. Phillips, M. Harvey, H. Farrington,
G. Craven, J. Coming, T. Trainer.
ROW 2: S. Heacock, M. Baird, B. McClelland, 1. Rensch, E. McHugh, B. Linscott, J. Jagger, F.
Slavik, B. Cody.
ROW 5: K. Smith, B. Cronenwett, C, Clark, D. Fate, K. Wood, L. Stockdale, J. Keil, T. Casto,
i ROW 4: C. Mosier, J. Hart, D. Hartpence, D. Patterson, C. Keckler, M. Hedrick, M. Barnett,
1. Snyder, C. Dallas.
Nishing, The long-owoited moment finolly orrives.
Reverend Hollensen made Graduation Exercises memorable with his Judy Fhillips presents her Valedictory address, "The Indi
humorous and meaningful speech. vldual In an Ordered Society."
Top Ten and Scholarship Recipients
ROW 1: K. Smith-6, B. McClelland-9, J. Phillips-1, J. Jagger-3.
ROXXY 2: G. Craven-8, J. Hildebrand-10, B. Linscott-7, T. Dalrymple-2, M. Baird-5, R
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M. Harvey, 1. Rensch, M. Baird, R. Wilkinson, T. Dalrymple, J. Jagger.
Charter members ore elected to the Notionol Honor Society
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ROW 1: J. Hildebrand, K. Smith, B. McClelland, J. Phillips, J. Jagger, T. Dalrymple.
ROW 2: M. Harvey, B. Linscott, R. Wilkinson, F. Slavik, G. Craven, S. Brown, J. Snyder, M. Baird, S. McCracken.
This spring four juniors and four seniors in coordination with a faculty committee organized a local chapter
of the National Honor Society. Members of the faculty rated the juniors and seniors having at least a 2.8 grade
average on their qualities of service, leadership, and character. Fifteen students from both classes were elected to
the organization. They were initiated as charter members of the organization at an induction service given by
ROW 1: V. Wilkinson, D. Shaw, J. McPeek, D. Kuenzer, B. Bachelder.
ROW 2: S. Taylor, C. Clouse, M. Lepp, T. Clapper, E. Snell, J. Logan, J. Goff, C. Kubbs.
NOT PICTURED-M. Randolph.
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Principals direct school affairs.
Principal: HARTSELL DODRILL
Secretary: MARGE CONING
Principal: PAUL FURNISS
Secretary: EVELYN SHOULTS
EDISON and PRIMARY CENTER
Principal: GERALD BOSH
Secretary: BETTY EVANS
Eighfh graders acquire reading proficiency
ROW' 1: R. Hawk, B. Shipman, D. Bowman, C. Sherbourne, C. Goff, W. Smith, M. Frashier,
D. Kuenzer, A. Harper, D. Cook.
ROW 2: V. Snell, D. Smith, R. Brown, M. Curts, V. Farmer, M. Porter, C. Stone, J. Hisle,
ROW 35 C. Bailey, L. Whitney, J. Mosher, W. Wojtseck, M. Clouse, L. Wigton, L. Miller,
B. Do rill. ,
ROW 4: C. Ramsey, S. Baker, R. Watkius, R. Cooper, M. Galleher, M. Clark, G. Keckler.
NOT PICTURED: P. Kelley.
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Mrs. Shirk's eighth grade students practice study habits.
Through the use of The controlled reoder.
ROW 1: Mrs. Burns, T. Wenger, K. Sample, D. Brush, C. Lust, J. Shipman, M. Fisher, S
Irons, D. Fairchild, j. Tipton.
ROW 2: J. Cunningham, B. Hayes, R. Brock, J. Tracht, A. Kendig, G. Stockdale, E. Conant
ROW 3: C. Long, L. Reeve, R. Nusser, G. Young, G. Cunningham, B. Crouse, G. Ruhl, M
ROW 4: S. Kidwell, L. Bratton, R. Evans, B. Cody, D. Goodrich, J. Hedrick, D. Stockdale.
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Gaining poise and confidence in any unusual speech situation is the purpose
behind this somewhat unconventional dissertation.
Eighth graders prepare for high school.
ROW 1: D. Tesso, O. Harmon, M. Sanders, J. Ulum, M. Hollingsworth, C. Persons, P. Burnell,
P. Woodson, 'C. McHugh, S. Wheeler, D. Long.
ROW 2: Mr. Keil, S. Harvey, V. Masterson, D. Richardson, H. Hanna, J. Boyle, C. Coning,
M. Toot, L. Feld.
ROW 3: C. Carmean, D. Hobson, G. Roarick, K. Fissel, B. Trainer, F. Dallas, R. Edmundson.
ROW 4: J. Young, S, Rensch, J. Staley, D. Gompf, R. Collins, D. Campbell, D. Logan, K.
Mr. Keil proves that a relaxed atmosphere is conducive to group participation
Indians romp Through second undefeated season
ROW 1: R. Campbell, C. Van Schoyk, A. Ellis, J. Hawk, J. Walsh, J. Gullet, P. Rockwell, S.
ROW 2: M. Crane, T. Lego, M. Davis, S. Kistner, B. Malarkey, L. Elkin, C. Owens, Mr. Hinerman.
ROW 3: G. Gaverick, M. Burgess, R. Hall, N. Jagger, J. Casto, S. Edwards, M. Rexford, K. Long.
ROW 4: B. Franks, D. Steck, S. Stansbery, J. Harman, S. Castle, D. Clark, N. Simpson.
ROW 1: D. Hudnell, R. Campbell, M. Kipp, J. Boyle.
ROW 2: K. Fissell-Mgr. K. Kubbs, A. Poast, J. Trainer, V. Farmer, M. Curts, D. Brush, B. Cody.
ROW 3: R. Brown, B. Dodrill, M. Doran, J. Staley, M. Galleher, R. Cooper, D. Gompf, I..
Reeve, W. Wopjtseck, M. Houpt, C. Carmean, HartsellDodrill4Coacl1.
Junior High girls compose originol cheers.
1: M. Fry, P. Graham, K. Gattshall, D. Gladden, R. Powell, B. Rizor, C. Osborne, N
Bachelder, Miss Barker.
ROW 2: R. Boyle, E. Logan, C. Counts, K. Kubbs, D. Franks, M. Edwards, D. Evert.
ROW 3: T. Holtrey, A. Baird, D. Hudnell, R. Seitz, C. Graham, D. Roth.
ROW 4: V. Foster, B. Wood, M. Houpt, J. Trainer, D. Lyle, B. Dnwis, P. Weatherford.
NOT PICTURED: H, Hickson, D. Allen.
ROW 1: D. Kuenzer, M. Randolph, E. Logan, A. Baird.
ROW 2: C. Lust, B. Wiuod, D. Smith, C. Long.
Seventh graders ore motivoted by S.R.A.
ROW 1: J. West, F. Robinson, J. Sipe, R. Lashmit, T. Snyder, P. Conkle, R. Wren, R. Campbell,
ROW 2: J. Soulier, J. Neptune, L. Masterson, B. Cotton, D. Keenan, D. I-Ialdeman, L. Irons.
ROW 5: A. Young, C. Machen, K. Counts, R. Brady, R. Owen, K. Fox, R. Miller, T. Jagger.
ROW 4: S. Bachelder, J. Beardsley, K. Turner, S. Brinkman, V. Wallace, J. Jagger, T. Lanum.
NOT PICTURED: Mr. Jackson.
A single die-hard faces noisy opposition in seventh grade physical education
Seventh graders investigate the techn
ROW 1: M. Linder, D. Brubaker, J. jones, S. McChesney, F. Shoaf, G. Mercer, B. Baker, L.
Hildebrand, Mrs. Dodrill.
ROW 2: R. Spaulding, T. Mathews, J. Wehr, K. Rogers, K. Guy, M. Kipp, B. Dallas.
ROW 3: G. Gray, D. johnson, R. Clinger, D. Fate, C. Wrhel, D. Murphy, R. Sutherland, P.
ROW 4: I. Orsborn, J. Williams, R. Christpher, M. Phillips, T. Ward, D. Zimmerman, S. Ramsey.
NOT PICTURED: D. Joan.
Mr. Castner teaches the proper procedure for the division of decimals.
ccllities of English grammar.
ROW 1: F. Giffin, N. Goff, M. Hobson, J, March, R. Wuertz, T. Geffs, J. Wenger, L. Taylor
ROW 2: T. Cook, B. Goodman, J. Seaburn, S. Rector, C. Bradley, M. Randolph, L. Ball, Mr
ROW 3: K. Korody, S. Weber, T. Echard, M. Long, D. Coldwell, J. Phillips, R. Gheen.
ROW 4: L. Fate, T. Hildebrand, M. Watkins, T. Zimmerman, K. Simmons, A. Poast.
Mr. Kimmey introduces seventh graders to the principles or science.
Varied subiects did special education students.
ROW 1: L. Geyer, B. West, C. DeBord, J. Newsome, J. Gheen, R. Collins, J. A. Kuhn, M
ROW 1: C. Castle, J. Geyer, D. Newsome, D. Hedrick, J. Wilson, B. Kincaid, Mrs. Riley.
ROW 2: R. Haddock, E. Brenneman, J. Torrey, J. Lyons.
Sixth graders review basic mathematics.
ROW 1: L. Campbell, V. Ruhl, D. Huclnell, L. Levering, P. Keenan, R. Franks, S. West, S
Brock, D. jackson, Mrs. Dion. ' '
ROW 2: D. Corwin, C. Daniels, P. Irons, C. Dix, L. Gatchall, D. Robinson, S. Foster, D. Dickerson
ROW 3: R. Conant, C. Gardner, S. Bloomfield, R. Billingsley, R. Campbell, R. Weaver. T. Smith
ROW 4: S. Filson, A. Simpson, S. Edwards, D. Osborn, C. Baughman, L. Lanun, T. Tennant.
Mrs. Dion's sixth grade class doesn't seem to be too enthused about the
Sixth graders look forword to Junior High
ROW 1: C. Staley, J. Cherrington, J. Shipman, T. Halt, B. Schmelzer, C. Geffs, M. Strope,
P. Linder, S. Sherbourne.
ROW 2: Mr. West, R. Harper, D. Seamons, J. Linder, S. Lehner, C. Lepp, C. Hetrick, W. Farmer.
ROW 5: S. Carpenter, G. Cronenwett, J. Chapman, D. Worster, D. Helman, T. Huff, M. Torrey,
ROW 4: E. Evans, J. Hedrick, D. Shaw, J. Sample, L. Davis, D. Jagger, L. Watkins.
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Becky Hutchinson, Jon Shipman, and jackie Sample practice working with
Sixth graders form study habits.
ROW 1: D. Kendig, S. Kelly, S. Malone, C. Kemnitzer, C. Vanderkooi, j. March, K. Cooper,
ROW 2: D. Edwards, C. Harman, D. Evans, J. Cooper, C. Seeley, D. Styer.
ROW 3: G, McClelland, L. Stone, K. Lego, R, Hedrick, B. Owens, S. Dilsaver, R. Troyer.
ROW 4: A. Clark, C. Benedict, B. Campbell, R. Fox, S. Baughman, C. Croy.
Danny Stockdale and Charley Hamon watch the girls go by.
Sixth graders ore introduced Tc
ROW 1: S. Curts, B. Ritchey, L. Trainer, T. Halt, L. Richards, J. Curtis.
ROW 2: D, Albright, B. Shipman, D. Ellis, P. Robinson, T. Osborne, R. Weber.
ROW 3: M. Lawyer, K. Barnett, C. Temple, M. Augenstein, E. Saylor, I. Moore, B. Ransbottom.
ROW 4: B. Kitts, S. Lust, S. Christopher, R. Nusser, M. Cyphers, B. Galleher.
NOT PICTURED: P, Burgess.
Mrs. Bachelcler and Mrs. George sit down to eat their lunch after another
trying noon hour in the cafeteria.
the horizons of World Social Studies.
ROW 1: D. Saddler, P. Conkle, D. Sutherland, V. Graghm, M. Brown, F. Casto, L. Brown, T.
Powell, Mrs. Roberts.
ROW 2: D. Hobson, L. Burnell, A, Wheeler, S. Tracht, S. Wright, D. Shaffer, J. Stockdale.
ROW 3: L. Wigton, L. Devore, F. Chase, B. West, R. Smith, B. Hutchinson, B. Shoults, B.
ROW 4: B. Cook, P. McPeek, R. Hisle, T. Zwayer, D, McCurdy, D. Belville, C. Kipp.
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Mrs. Roberts' explains an important mathematical concept to her sixth
Fifth graders delve into the
ROW 1: R. Little, R. Kitts, K. Frey, S. K. Bishop, K, West, C. Campbell, V. Nesbitt, K.
DeBard, Mrs. Gerhardt.
ROW 2: R. Cochran, J. Beltz, E. Mercer, D. Barnett, A. Billingsly, R. Piercy, C. Whited,
ROW 5: T. Lepp, G. Toplyn, J. Pate, C. Cunningham, S. A. Bishop, C. Patten, B. Roth, R. Rupp.
ROW 4: D. Wheeler, M. Ghent, B. Smith, D. McCurdy, D. Stacy, T. Logan, E. Wipple.
These fifth graders, Vickie Nesbitt, Robin Piercy, John Beltz, and Bill Smith,
are studying a science unit on the solar system.
realm of science.
ROW 1: S. Randolph, D. Lyons, K. Baldwin, J. Harvey, D. Guy, D. Osborne, T. Tesso, C
Campbell, Mrs. Belville.
ROW 2: S. Young, M, Long, D. Kirkpatrick, S. Weller, L. Sherbourne, J. Lloyd, S. Matson.
ROW 3: C. Daniels, D. Denton, P. Stahl, K. Irwin, S. Bartley, T. Lyons.
ROW 4: R. Davis, A. Hickson, K. Levering, T. Wigton, S. Bowman, D. Richardson, J. Stiffler
NOT PICTURED: B. Cherrington, D. Blethen.
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Roger Davis, Amy Hickson, Kevin Irwin, Susan Weller, Shirley Young, and
Donald Blethen, absorb knowledge from the encyclopedias.
Fractions augment the Fifth
ROW 1: R. Bryant, D. Holtrey, R. Kirby, M. Mills, C. Rector, R. Hickson, S. Taylor, R. Ship-
man, R. Tesso.
ROW 2: M. Zimmerman, J, Sims, D. Levering, S. Ferrell, M. Shipley, J. Lyle, R. Warner, Mrs. 1
ROW 3: R. Mathews, J. Pinyerd, C. Miller, T. Harman, N. Watt, S. LaRoche.
ROW 4: J. Peterson, M. Reinhardt, A. Rouwenhorst, J. Fate, R. Tipton, A. Korody, J. Stevens. l
NOT PICTURED1 K. Allen l
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Robert Hickson, Susan Taylor, Randy Warner, and Jean Sims make a bulletin I
board for American History. ,
grader's mathematical knowledge.
ROW 1: J. Nusser, S. Hintz, M. Grasmehr, K. Robinson, K. Bennington, C. Moodispaugh, L
Seamons, V. Matlack, Mrs. Baird.
ROW 2: C. Cover, D. Scribner, D. Harmon, D. Stockdale, D. Woodson, L. Wojtseck, V. Price.
ROW 5: M. Farris, R. Ball, J. Ramborger, J. jones, R. Kenyon, D, Graham.
ROW 4: G. Roarick, D. Williamson, K. Smith, J. Martinez, D. Osborn.
Vallha Price enters Mrs. Baird's room as school takes up for the day.
Students first become acquainted witt
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ROW 1: R. Osborne, M. Curtis, R. Carlile, D. Anderson, M. Staley, B. Hobson, J. Gladden, C.
ROW 2: A. Conkle, L. Powell, A. Chapman, C. Morris, D. Kimmey, D. Kistner, F. Simpson, J.
Walsh, Mrs. McKirgan.
ROW 3: R. Hord, J. Hildebrand, M. Zwayer, C. Snyder, R. Shoults, J. Moore, K. Kipp, J,
Bishop, J. Rizor. Y
NOT PICTURED: A. West, M. Gray.
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Mathew Long demonstrates the fine art of being a patrol boy.
Americon History in the fourth grade.
ROW 1: T. Wilkinson, L. Miller, R. Goodman, C. Everly, J. Sutherland, E. Snell, L. Irons, K.
Fields, Mrs. Rathburn.
l ROW 2: D. Clark, B. Dodrill, C. Miller, F. Ferguson, D. Weaver, C. Evans, S. Dix.
ROW 3: M. Daniels, M. Neal, B. Keil, K. Baker, G. Mowery, G. Lyons.
w ROW 4: T. Blethen, L. Newsome, S. Tharp, M. Whipple, J. Rouwenhorst, J. Wigton, B.
Randy Goodman and Kevin Baker put the finishing touches on their picture
of "The Desert."
Fourth graders show their musical
ROW 1: P. White, B. Howell, K. Baughman, C. LaFever, T. Davis, S. Hornbeck, R. Ghent,
ROW 2: P. Krauss, C. Machen, D. Kendig, G. Stover, T. Casto, T. Edwards, K. james, Mrs.
ROW 5: J. Brocklesby, J. Burson, B. Keenan, T. Devore, C. Wigton, B. Giffin.
ROW 4: 1. Long, T. Wright, M. Fath, B. Lyons, D. May.
NOT PICTURED: C. Evans, M. B. Kelley.
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Mary Beth Kelley, jim Burson, Theoria Edwards, Paula'Krauss, Connie Evans,
and jeff Brocklesby study according to the Hastings Mills Reading Program.
linleresf by ioining the bcmd.
ROW 1: B. LaRoache, W. Grey, R. McQuiston, B. McChesney, P. Ratliff, M. Foust, T. Eclmison
V. Harrocl, Mrs. Peterson.
ROW 2: B, Hobson, R. Howell, R. Graham, E. Malone, S. Reeve, K. Williams, S. Layman.
ROW 5: B. Trumbo, J. Davis, K. Keil, L. Bloomfield, T. Covert, R. Thomas,
ROW 4: B. Belville, C. McGrath, M. Clapper, K. Klymer, K. Houpt, N. Wheeler, G. McPeek.
Carol McHugh patiently awaits her next milk customer.
Third ond fourth groders inves
ROW 1: K. Price, Z Geyer, C. Grasmehr, D. Robinson, C. Hetrick, D. Prater, L. Underwood,
S. Linder, Mrs. Williams.
ROW 2: R. Grimm, R. Martinez, D. Pfeifer, T. Haddock, B. Bennington, K. Linder, R. Goodman.
ROW 3: P, Bailey, T. Bryant, D. Borah, L. Morton, G. Seaburn, J. Rockwell, T. Shirley.
ROW 4: P. Franks, S. Styer, M. Wilson, M. Mosher, K. Williamson, B. Smith.
Edison students in grades 1 through 5 and all sixth graders attend the Edison
the world around Them.
ROW 1: T. Ellis, K. Williams, K, Kennedy, D. Ritchey, B. Galleher, M. Sterritt, D. Graham, J
ROW 2: E. Weaver, T. Temple, J. McElroy, D. Miller, E. Stone, T. Kirby, J. Watt, P. Lyons
Mrs. Detrow. '
ROW 3: E. Whited, C. Lanum, E. Lyons, B. Bachelder, B. Clevenger, J. McLain, S. Bowman, R
Soulier, J. McCurcly.
NOT PICTURED: P. Gompf, S. Hickson, C. Carsner.
Sarah Hickson, Eddie Weaver, Dick Ritchey, and Barb Galleher are enjoying
stories from the Third Grade S.R.A. Reading Laboratory.
Third groders receive on introduction
ROW 1: C. Curts, D. Brubaker, S. Porter, M. Maher, S. Gardner, C. Kubbs, B. Tennant, C.
Albright, Mrs. Wood.
ROW 2: B. George D. Hildebrand, D. Lloyd, B. Harvey, E. Kline, T. Stover, B. Edwards,
ROW 3: G. Malone, L. Roberts, R. McPeek, T. Rath, G. Lust, J. Williams, L. Grim.
NOT PICTURED: L. Shipley, B. Irons, J. Bockelman.
Judy Bockelman, Bret Irons, Linda Shipley, Chris Kubhs, Brenda Edwards,
and Bobby George study phonetic drill cards.
To geography ond The world around Them.
ROW 1: R. Poland, L. Lyons, L. White, D. Phillips, B. Osborne, R. LaRoche, L. Cover, B
Fox, V. Reppart.
ROW 2: A. Bailey, L. Allgire, M. Goff, S. Tharp, N. Campbell, T. Ramborger, N. Shipman, C
Arnold, Mrs. McClelland.
ROW 3: A. Whiston, J. Force, D, Jagger, K. Logan, B. Young, Lisa Smith, P. Young.
"Show-ancl-Tell" enlivens a third grader's school day.
Multiplication is ci chollenge
ROW 1: T. Powell, D. Sherbourne, C. Ghent, S. Trainer, H. Guiher, L. Hanna, D. Pfeiffer, R.
Spaulding, E. Sipe, Miss Hale.
ROW 2: P. Walsh, R. Chilcote, D. Graham, P. Sutherland, M. Ransbottom, D. Frasier, D. Riley,
ROW 5: T. Elkin, S. Newson, C. Blethens, J. Jagger, M. Overfield, S. Osborne, T. Smith.
Denicia Graham studies her reading lesson like a good brownie should.
to third graders.
ROW 1: K. Pfeifer, S. Burnside, T. Burnside, T. Harper, T. Kincaid, D. Prater, C. Hetrick,
1 ROW 2: C. Henry, M. Goodman, J. Linder, D. Graham, J. Hintz, L. Porter.
1 ROW 3: J. Bryant, S. Shipman, J. Fricke, D. Gordon, B. Murphy, J. Woodson, F. Farmer.
1 ROW 4: S. Kenyon, K. Tinkey, E. Nance, L. Burnell, S. Harmon, J. Lamb.
NOT PICTURED: C. Hawk.
Edison students have access to the Ohio State Library through the bookmobile.
Proficiency in writing i
ROW 1: Y. Miller, M. Thomas, J. Tolbert, G. Malone, M. Kirby, P. Solomon, C. Cody, M.
Robinson, P. Bradford.
ROW 2: S. May, G. Graham, C. Clymer, D. Michal, T. Helman, K. Sadler, R. Kuenzer, C.
Whipple, Mrs. Marsh.
ROW 5: K. Philbrook, S. Newson, R. Williams, F. Long, D. Benedict, D. Dendinger, J.
NOT PICTURED: K. Hobson, G. Bockelman, R. Draughn.
Second graders are taught to tell time.
u gool for second groders.
ROW 1: J. Williams, E. Powell, K. Fix, E. Holtrey, K. Wenger, J. Fisher, S. Bishop, E. Scribner
ROW 2: R. Byrd, E. Malone, J. Tilson, J. Cooper, B. Fritz, B. Howell, E. Bradley, Mrs. Sellers
ROW 3: T. Boone, S. Wigton, C. Hornbeck, S. Graham, K. McLain, H. Schopman.
ROW 4: L. Irons, S. Dallas, H. Whipple, K. Baker, D. Muffley.
Harold Whibble and Sandy Graham work addition and subtraction problems.
Second graders acquire knowledge
ROW' 1: R. Long, B. Harrod, T. Whited, S. Coldwell, T. Brooks, D. Muffley, J. Scribner, V.
Campbell, J. Copper, K. Powell.
ROW 2: C. Holtrey, P. Fraisher, I.. Bowen, B. Matson, B. Moore, J. Dix, N. Hinkle, J. Wigton,
ROW 5: J. Piatt, D. Shaw, E. Castle, M. Sebering, M. Long, J. Koon, B. Dodrill.
NOT PICTURED: B. Bratton.
Kirt Powell, Bruce Matson, Nancy Hinkle, and Elmer Castle Watch intently
at Vickie Campbell points out a spelling word,
of basic arithmetic.
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ROW 1: J. Ratliff, M. Conkle, R. West, V. Kirby, S. Everet, J. Stump, M. McElroy, C. Catron
ROW 2: K. Anderson, R. Branham, J. Hull, K. Irwin, L. Westbrook, K. Gompf, G. Hughes.
ROW 3: V. Compton, J. Rizor, T. Barnett, T. Sherman, C. Machen, C. Nesbitt.
ROW 4: R. Bending, T. Whiston, S. Studor, C. Baer, K. Campbell, J. Snyder, K. Gatshall.
A typical scene in the Cherry Street School cafeteria.
Even in primary grades, students experiment with science.
ROW 1: J. Nusser, J. McPeek, R. Shirley, J. Harper, M. Burnside, D. Collins, J. Rockwell, D.
Styler, L. Cherrington, Miss Shepherd.
ROW 2: R. Myers, P. Dunn, D. Saylor, K. Osborn, T. Hawk, A. Kincaid, J. Edwards, C. Farris.
ROW 3: T. Cover, J. Campbell, R. Chase, T. Stansbery, L. Campbell, H. Harmon, D. Underwood.
Miss Shepherds second graders listen to a classmate reciting at the board.
First graders meet "Dick, Jane cmd Scully."
ROW 1: A. Malone, L. Packer, R. Evans, A. Layman, S. Smith, B. Hildebrand, G. Bishop, G. Davis
G. Mullins, D. Long, L. Goodman, J. Hornbeck, M. Campbell, C, Ratliff.
ROW 2: Mrs. Wood, B. Cooper, B. Everly, D. Doran, L. Foster, W. Fissell, D. Dumbaugh, L
Wuertz, D. Noakes, E. Evans, J. Taylor, R. Lyons, D. Hoffman, L. Briley, D. Moore, S. Williams
NOT PICTURED: D. Dudley, D. Sadler.
It's all a part of the confusion of learning.
ROW 1: J. Davis, R. Bryant, C. McQuistion, K. Weatherford, R. Lyle, T. Howell, J. Barker, J
Todd, G. Gray, D. McHugh, S. Frashier, C. Everett.
ROW 2: E. Taylor, T. Martin, M. Keckler, L. Allgire, K. Lyons, J, Studer, R. Poland, J. Graham
ROW 3: R, Davis, D. Howard, V. Brown, G. Harman, K. Bachelder, P. Hatfield, A. Chapman.
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Mrs. Logan's first graders express themselves through creative .art.
First graders learn to co-operate with each other.
ROW 13 V. Ward, C. Curts, M. Lewis, L. West, T. Harrod, L. Smith, J. Osborne, K. Higgins,
ROW 2: K. Powell, K. Farce, K. Riley, E. Torrey, J. Maker, M. Thomas, K. Brown, Mrs, Ward
ROW 5: L. Phillips, J. Logan, P. Sheets, D. Rizor, B. Bowman, C. Walsh.
ROW 4: N. Beltz, D. Hickson, J. Phillips, C. Levering, P. jackson.
NOT PICTURED: D. Bending, T. George, S. George.
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Numbers ond letters orouse the first
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ROW 1: E. Kincaid, T. Hickson, B. Bradford, K. Bloomfield, J. Wigton, B. Holt, D. McElroy, D
Castle, M. Wilson, T, Brady, K. Hughes, B. Masterson, P. Soloman.
ROW 2: R. Gullett, R. Long, J. Sweeney, L, Gompf, K. Covert, B. Bishop, S. Cowles, E
Blanton, Mrs. Kimmey.
ROW 3: C. Tennant, R. Bowersrnith, M. Knox, W. Williams, S. La Prodd, L. Smith, R. Braden.
The end of another day!
ROW 1: J. Burnside, J. Robinson, J. Hawk, K. Hawk, V. Saylor, E. Graham, P. McChesney
ROW 2: Mrs. Cronenwett, D. I-Iintz, C. Hetrick, G. Myers, S. jones, J. Allen, R. Porter, J
ROW 3: G. Darling, R. Farmer, K. Osborn, R. Matlaclc, R. Murphy, S. Martin.
ROW 4: K. Kelly, B. Nance, L. Morgan, M. Harmon, M. Gordon.
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ROW 1: L. Rentter, G. Michal, D. May, R. Byrd, B. Dodrill, J. Davis, L. Bloomfield, B. Doran,
M. Cover, B. Byrd, M. Sterritt, J, Walsh.
ROW 2: J. Carlile, B. Guiher, J. Evans, K. McClelland, D. West, S. Randall, M. Evans, D. Studer,
T. Casio, R. Conant.
ROW 3: Mrs. Kees, K. Meyer, C. Sherman, D. Roberts, D. McNamee, R. Lubert, J. Benedict, C.
NOT PICTURED: A. Hutchinson.
ROW 1: L. May, K. Reppart, M. Wilson, L. Whited, J. Stineman, D. Levings, C. Osborne, M
Owen, S. Bane, S. Dix, M. Craven,
ROW 2: S. Miller, L. Campbell, B. Clevenger, J. Philbrook, L. Brown, A. Irons, L. Baer, J.
Fisher, Mrs. Kees. ,
ROW 3: L. Dendinger, R. Sutherland, R, George, L. Kunz, J. Moore, A. Schopman, D. Lewis.
NOT PICTURED: V. Hauck, L. Merriman.
shore and take turns.
ROW 1: C. Gandee, D. Bowersrnith, T. Shirley, N. Edwards, C. Barker, L. Mercer, C. Cover, M
Ruhl, B. Powell, K. Wimsatt, Mrs, Shealy.
ROW 2: D. McGrath, L. Nesbitt, K. Evans, M. Temple, M. Overfield, T. Varner, K. Kipp, C
ROW 3: R. Irons, P. Lyons, J. Call, D. Fricke, S. Wood, S. Morton, S. Pfeiffer.
ROW 1: S. McCauley, T. Loos, R. Krauss, M. Stump, K. Little, R. Gullett, T. Corns, Mrs. Shealy.
ROW 2: B. Borah, T. Holtrey, L, Farris, N. Williams, L. Prater, L. jones.
NOT PICTURED: G. Powell.
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MARY BAIRD-Class Officer 1, FTA
1-2-3-4'l', GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4,
Y-Teens 3-4, Science Club 33, Band
1-2-3-4, Arrowtales 3-4, Scholarship
Team 2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, Miz-
pah Staff, Girls' State Alternate, Na-
tional Honor Society
MARILYN BAKER-GAA 1, Choir 1
HAROLD BALDWIN-Basketball 1
MIKE BARNETT-Basketball 2,
Hi-Y 4, Thespians 3-4"', Choir 3-4, Jr.
8: Sr. Class Plays
JACK BAR'I'LEY-Football 1-2-3,
Track 1, Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2-3-4
DENNIS BROCKLESBY-Baseball 3,
Football 1-3-4, VAC 4, Scholarship
Team 2, Sr. Class Play
STEVEN BROWN-Basketball 1,
Class Officer 2-3-4, Hi-Y 2-3-43, Boys'
State, Band 1-2-3-4, Dance Band 2-3-4,
Arrowtales, Mizpah Staff, Sr. Class
Play, National Honor Society
CHRISTIE CLARK-FTA 4, Mizpah
Staff, Sr. Class Play
BARRY CODY-Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Football 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y
2-3-43, VAC 3-4, Band 1-2-3, Mizpah
Staff, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
BONNIE COLDWELL - Baseball
Statistician 2-3-4, Office Help, FTA 1,
GAA 1-2-3"'-4'l', Thespians 3-4, Y-
Teens 2-3-4"', Band 1-2-3-4, Mizpah
Staff, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
JOHN CONING-Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Football 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y
2-3-4, VAC 1-2-3-4, Band 2, Jr. 8: Sr.
GLORIA CONKLE-FHA 1-2-3-4,
FNA 1, GAA 1
GARY CRAVEN-Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Football 1-2-3-4, Track 1-3-4, Class Of-
ficer 2-3-4, Boys' State,.Hi-Y 2-3-4,
Thespians 3-4, VAC 2-3-4'l', Science
Club 395, Mizpah Staff, Scholarship
Team 3, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, National
BECKY CRONENXWETT-GAA 1-2-
3, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Band
1-2-3-4, Mizpah Staff, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
Plays, Homecoming Court
TAMSEN DALRYMPLE--Class Of-
ficer 1-2-3, Basketball Statistician 2-3-
4, GAA 1-2, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens
2-31'-43, Arrowtales 3-4, Choir 1-3-4,
Mizpah Staff, Scholarship Team 1-2-3-
4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, Girls' State
Alternate, National Honor Society
MARY ELKIN-FNA 3, FTA 1-2-3-
4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-
LINDA EVANS-Office Help 4,
FHA 2-3-4, Student Librarian 1-2-3-43'
HELEN FARRINGTON-FHA 1-2-
3-43, GAA 1-2, Choir 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8:
Sr. Class Plays
DEBRA FATE-FTA 1-2-3, GAA 1-
2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4,
Choir 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays,
JAMES FISHER-Basketball 3, Foot-
ball 2-3-4, VAC 3-4
FRANK FOX-Baseball 1-2, Basket-
ball 1, Football 1, Hi-Y 2-3, Jr. Class
DAVID GERHARDT-Football Mgr.
1, Track Mgr. 2, Thespians 3-4, VAC
2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
JOHN GEYER-Football 1
JERRY HART--Basketball 3,
ball 1-3-4, Track 2-3, Hi-Y 3, VAC
3-43, Band 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
DAVID HARTPENCE -- Track 3,
FFA 1-2-3t-411 Hi-Y 3-496, Band 1-2-
3-4, Dance Band 3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
MARTINA HARVEY-Student Coun-
cil 1, FTA 1-2-3-441, GAA 1, Science
Club 3, Band 1-2, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays,-
National Honor Society
SHERRY HEACOCK-FTA 1-24'-3-4,
GAA 1-2-31'-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens
2-3-4, Homecoming Queen, Track
Queen, Choir 1-2-4, Mizpah Staff, Jr.
8: Sr. Class Plays
BILL HENRY-T rack 3-4, FEA 1-2-3,
TOM HIGGINS-Hi-Y 3-4, Choir
2-3-4, Shcolarship Team 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8:
Sr. Class Plays
KEITH HIGH-Football 2, FFA Pl'-
JANET HILDEBRAND-GAA 1-2,
Choir 1-3-4, Scholarship Team 2, Na-
tional Honor Society
SALLY HUSTON-FHA 4, FNA 1,
FTA 2-3, Y-Teens 2, Choir 1-3
JUDI JAGGER-Basketball Statistician
4, FNA 3, FTA 1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4,
Y-Teens 2, Thespians 3-4, PTA Carni-
val Queen 3, FFA Court 1-4"', Track
Court, Choir 1-2-3-4, Mizpah Staff,
Arrowtales 4, Scholarship Team 3-4,
Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, Girls' State Al-
ternate, National Honor Society
CHRISTINA JAMES-FHA 1-3-4,
GAA 1-2-3-4, Student Librarian 4,
Choir 1-3-4, Sr. Class Play
TERESA KNOX-GAA 1, Y-Teens
2, Sr. Class Play
BETTY LINSCOTT-FNA 1-2-3-4,
GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Sr. Class
Play, National Honor Society
JENNY LONG-Class Officer 1-3-4,
Student Council 2, FNA 1-3-4"', FTA
2, GAA 1-2-3, Thespians 4, Y-Teens
3, Student Librarian 3, Choir, Mizpah
Staff, Arrowtales 4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
BARBARA LYKINS-Student Librar-
ian 1, FNA 1-2-3-4, FTA 2-3-4, GAA
1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Band 1-2-3,
Choir 4, Arrowtales 3-4, Scholarship
Team 1-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
BONNIE McCLELLAN'D-FNA 1-2-
33"-43, FTA 2-3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4,
Science Club 3, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thes-
pians 3-4, Girls' State, Choir 3, Mizpah
Staff Arrowtales 3-4, Scholarship Team
1-2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, National
SHARON MCCRACKEN -4 Office
Help 4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Y-Teens 2, Na-
tional Honor Society
EDNA MCHUGH-FNA 1, GAA 1-
2-3, Y-Teens 2, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
EDNA MALONE-FHA 2-3-4, GAA
1, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
ALICE MOSIER-FNA 1, GAA 1-2-
3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
CHARLES MOSIER-Hi-Y 4
CHRISTINE MOSIER - FHA 2-3,
Choir 1-2-3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
CAROL PATE-Office Help 4, FHA
1-2-3"'-432 Band 1-2-3-4, Sr. Class Play
DON PATTERSON - Baseball 2-3,
MIKE PFEIFER--Baseball 3-4
JUDY PHILLIPS - FHA 1-34'-4"F,
GAA 1-3-4, Choir 3-4, Arrowtales 3-4,
Scholarship Team 3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
Plays, Girls' State, National Honor So-
JUDY RENSCH-Student Librarian 2,
FNA 1-23-3-4, FTA 2-3-43, GAA 1-2-
3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3-4,
Science Club 3, Girls' State Alternate,
Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 4, Arrowtales 3-4,
Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays, Scholarship Team
DON RICE- -Football 1-2-3, Golf 1-3,
Track 3, Hi-Y 3, Thespians 3-4, Band
1, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
DARROI. RIFFLE-Football 4, Golf
4, Track 3, Student Librarian 2, I-Ii-Y
2-3-4, Science Club 3, Sr. Class Play
CAROLYN ROBERTS-Choir 1
KERRY SALISBURY-FFA 1-2-3-4
CHARLES SHAFFER-Football 3-4,
2-3-4, Jr. Class Plays
CAL SHIRK-Thespians 3-4, Band 1-
2-3-4, Jr. Class Play
DAVE SIPE-Baseball 3-4, Thespians
3-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
FRANK SLAVIK-Baseball 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1, Football 1-2-3-4, Class
Officer 4, Hi-Y 2-3-4, Thespians 3-4,
VAC 3-43, Science Club 3, Scholarship
Team 1-2-3, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
KAREN SMITH-Cheerleader 1-2-3-
4'l', Student Council 1, FNA 2-332 FTA
1-2-3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4"',
Y-Teens 2-3-4, Science Club 3, Student
Librarian 2-395-43, Choir 1-2-3-4, Miz-
pah Staff, Arrowtales 4, PTA Carnival
Court 1-2, Scholarship Team 1-2-4, Jr.
8: Sr. Class Plays, National Honor So-
ciety, Girls' State
JOHN SNYDER-Baseball Mgr. 2-3,
Basketball Mgr. 1-2-3, Student Coun-
cil 2-4'l', Hi-Y 3-43, Thespians 3-4,
Science Club 3, Band 1-2-3-4, Dance
Band 4, Arrowtales 3-4, Scholarship
Team 1-2-3, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
BILL SOULIER-Basketball 1, Foot-
ball 1-3-4, Golf 1-2, Track 3-4, VAC
4, Band 1, Jr. Class Play
BILL SOUTHARD--Baseball 1, Foot-
ball 1, Track 1, Choir 1-2, Sr. Class
LARRY STOCKDALE-Choir 1
KAY TIERNEY-FNA 1-2-3-4, FTA
3-4, GAA 1-2-3-4, Thespians 3-4, Y-
Teens 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4, Majorette
2-33?-43, Mizpah Staff, Jr. 8: Sr. Class
TOM TRAINER-F00tba11 1-2, FFA
MARIANN UFFERMAN - Student
Librarian 1-2-3-4, FHA 3, I-'NA 2-3,
GAA 2, Thespians 3-4, Y-Teens 2-3,
Choir 1-2-4, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
SANDI WEHR-FNA 1-2-3-4, GAA
1-2-3-4, Thespians 4, Y-Teens 2-3-4,
Band 1-2, Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays
RUDY WILKINSON-Baseball 2-3-4,
Basketball 2-3-4, Student Council 3-4"',
VAC 4, Scholarship Team 2-3
KRIS WOOD-FHA 1-2-3, GAA 1-
2-4, Thespians 3-4"', Choir 4, Jr. 8:
Sr. Class Plays
DAN WYSS-Jr. 8: Sr. Class Plays,
Scholarship Team 3
RICHARD YOUNG--Baseball 1-2,
Basketball Mgr. 4
JOHN ZIMMERMAN--Baseball 3,
Basketball 1, Football Mgr. 1, Student
Council 4"', I-Ii-Y 4, Thespians 3-4,
Mizpah Staff, Scholarship Team 3, Jr.
8: Sr. Class Plays
Auld, jeff-36, 50
Bachelder, Bonnie+31, 49, 53, 58,
60, 62, 67, 69, 74, 75, 84, 85, 95
Bailey, Garyl60, 70, 90, 92, 99
Baird, Lois-36, 49, 53, 62, 63, 67, 69
Baird, Mary-15, 49, 53, 58, 61, 62,
Baker, Marilyn-15, 56, 104
Baker, Stephen-59, 60
Baker, Vickie-41, 56, 68
Baldwin, Harold--15, 104
Barler, David-41, 64
Barnett, Judy-36, 68
Barnett, Michael-15, 50, 54, 56, 58,
Bartley, Donna-41, 62, 66
Bartley, jack-15, 72, 104
Beall, Steve-31, 88
Belville, Nancy-41, 53, 62, 66
Bennington, Sandra--41, 53, 68
Benson, Gayle-36, 49, 53, 62, 63
Billingsley, Michael-36, 82
Boone, Catherine-41, 66, 68, 98, 99
Brady, Pamela Lee-36, 67, 68
Brady, Pamela Sue-36, 49, 56, 68, 69
Brady, Peggy-41, 66
Brehm, Pam-36, 49, 69
Brinkman, Cindy-41, 62, 63, 66, 76
Brock, Sharon-41, 66, 68
Brocklesby, Dennis-16, 50, 61, 70,
Brocklesby, Kathy--41, 68, 76
Brown, Laura-31, 49, 53, 59, 62, 63,
67, 74, 95
Brown, Stephen-15, 16, 50, 53, 58,
61, 74, 75, 104, 107, 176
Brush, Becky-42, 66, 69
Burnell, Denny-31, 70, 82, 90
Campbell, Theresa-42, 62, 66, 72
Carmean, jo Ellen-31, 49, 55, 59,
67, 68, 69, 75
Carpenter, Susan-36, 49, 69
Casto, Tim-16, 24, 105
Clapper, Tim-31, 35, 79, 80, 82, 90,
Clark, Christie-16, 49, 61, 62, 66, 74,
Clark, Patricia-60, 67
Clinger, Peggy-36, 65, 67, 69, 76
Clouse, Cindy-31, 49, 53, 60, 62, 67,
Cody, Barry-16, 50, 79, 82, 90, 91,
92, 95, 99, 105
Coldwell, Bonnie-16, 49, 53, 58, 67,
Coldwell, Larry-42, 88
Collet, Sam-36, 93
Conant, George-42, 56, 90, 175
Coning, John-17, 21, 25, 50, 61, 70
Conkle, Gloria-17, 61, 66, 68, 104
Conkle, Nancy-31, 68
Corbin, Carol-31, 56, 69, 74
Counts, Gary-32, 50, 51
Craven, Gary-15, 17, 21, 29, 50, 70,
Cronenwett, Rebecca-17, 28, 49, 53,
67, 75, 97, 105
Cronenwett, Roxie-36, 37, 49, 56, 86
Curts, Gary-42, 80, 88
Dallas, Claude-17, 105
Dalrymple, Tamsen-17, 24, 49, 56,
58, 61, 74, 75, 87, 104, 106, 107
Dickerson, Frank-37, 80, 93
Dilsaver, Katy-42, 53, 62
Dodrill, Brenda-37, 49, 62, 67, 72,
Dowis, Greg-37, 50, 53, 93
Dunn, Deborah442, 53, 68
Edwards, Shayne-32, 70, 79, 82, 91,
Efaw, Dave-37, 53
Elkin, Mary-18, 49, 61, 62, 66, 76
Evans, Linda-18, 68, 73, 76, 104
Farrington, Helen-18, 56, 61, 68, 105
Fate, Debra-18, 25, 49, 56, 58, 62,
66, 77, 97, 105
Ferrell, Mavis-32, 67, 76
Ferrell, Ronald-37, 70, 90
Fields, Valerie-42, 74
Fisher, James-18, 70, 82
Foster, Sandra-32, 49, 53, 67, 73, 75
Fox, Joe-42, 80, 82, 90
Fox, Pat-37, 49, 53, 62, 67
Frayer, Joan-32, 49, 53, 74, 75, 102
Gatchall, Susan-42, 66
Geddis, Becky-37, 66, 67, 69
Geddis, Mary-42, 66, 69
George, Peggy-32, 58, 60, 76
Gerhardt, David-19, 56, 58, 61, 70,
Geyer, Foster-43, 64
Gheen, Dolores-37, 68
Gladden, Richard-32, 53, 59, 60, 70,
Goff, Barbara-37, 67, 68, 69
Goff, Judy-32, 60, 73
Goff, Nancy-43, 53
Gomph, Chris-32, 50, 70, 90, 92
Gordon, Steve-37, 79, 81
Graham, Nancy-43, 56, 62, 63, 66
Griggs, Eva--43, 53, 66
Gullet, Steve-37, 69, 80
Haldeman, Bonnie-43, 69, 76
Hall, Charles-72, 82, 88
Hamilton, Joeg43, 64
Harden, Earl--37, 50, 79
Harden, Nancy-32, 49, 53, 62, 67.
Harper, Randy-37, 67, 68
Harris, Jill-36, 37, 49, 53, 62, 66,
Hart, jerry-79, 29, 50, 53, 61, 70,
Hart, Rita-43, 53, 86
I-Iartpence, David-19, 50, 53, 64, 105
Harvey, Martina-19, 61, 62, 74, 75,
Heacock, Sherry-16, 19, 49, 59, 62,
66, 75, 96, 97, 98, 99, 105
Hedrick, Peggy-32, 67, 76
Hedrick, Mike-20, 105
Helman, Kathy-32, 67, 76, 69
Henry, Charles-20, 56, 90, 104
Henry, Donald-43, 56
Higgins, Tom-20, 50, 56, 61, 104
Hildebrand, George-32, 70, 75, 88,
Hildebrand, Janet-20, 56, 105, 106,
Hinton, Dave-33, 64, 65
Hobson, Debbie-44, 56, 66, 69
Hobson, Gary-20, 61
Hollingsworth, LeRoy-44, 64
H01trCy,Jerry-37, 65, 70, 82,90
Hord, Linda441, 44, 62, 66
Hord, Sheila-37, 67, 68, 69
Houpt, John-44, 93
Huston, Sally-21, 68, 104
jackson, jim-44, 80
jackson, Tim-38, 50, 93
Jagger, james-44, 82, 90
Jagger, Joyce-44, 56, 62
Jagger, Judi-417, 21, 49, 56, 58, 61,
james, Christina-21, 56, 61, 66, 68,
Johnson, Dianna-44, 66
jones, Vickie-38, 68, 69
jordan, Mark433, 50, 56, 60, 70, 90,
jordan, Mary-33, 49, 52, 53, 69, 74
Keckler, Clarence-21, 105
Keckler, Mike-33, 64
Keil, james-21, 64, 105
Kelly, Marla-36, 38, 49, 67, 69, 100,
Kelly, Theresa-21, 104
Kemnitzer, Barbara-44, 66
Kemnitzer, Mike-33, 60, 74, 90
Kirkpatrick, Sharon-33, 49, 60, 84,
Kisor, Rheda-33, 68
Kistner, Christine-44, 66, 68, 74
Kistner, Kathleen-38, 44, 56, 68, 74
Klingel, Gary-44, 80, 88
Klingel, Roberta-38, 49
Korody, Kathy-44, 53, 66
Knox, Dixie-33, 68
Knox, Theresa-22, 61, 105
Kubbs, Cathy-31, 33, 49, 53, 62, 63,
73, 74, 75, 84, 85, 95, 169
Kuenzer, Diana-33, 49, 67, 76, 84,
85, 98, 99, 175
Lehman, judy-38, 69
Lepp, Mike-31, 33, 60, 70, 82, 90,
Levings, Rita-33, 67
Linscott, Betty-22, 49, 66, 69, 105,
Logan, jane-31, 33, 49, 53, 62, 75,
Long, jennifer-15, 22, 58, 61, 69, 74,
Lykins, Barbara-22, 62, 66, 69, 61,
56, 58, 74
Lyle, David-44, 69
Lyon, james-33, 70, 79, 80, 82
Lyons, Lois-45, 68
McClelland, Cathy-33, 56, 60, 69, 74
McClelland, Cathy-33, 56, 60, 69, 74
McCoombs, Marcia-3 3, 49, 53, 62,
McCraken, Patty-66, 68
McCraken, Ronnald-45, 90, 91
McCracken, Sharon-22, 61, 66, 73,
McCurdy, Connie-45, 68
McDonald, Donna-33, 68
McHugh, Edna-23, 105
McHugh, Mary-33, 62
McKinney, Terry-33, 64
McPeek, jackie-35, 49, 53, 62, 67,
Malone, Edna-2 3, 61, 68, 104
Mercer, Ella-45, 53, 66
Mills, Susan-33, 53, 62
Mills, William-38, 82
Morris, Nanette-38, 67, 68
Mosier, Alice-23, 66, 69, 104
Mosier, Charles-23, 66, 69, 105
Mosier, Christine-23, 56, 67, 68, 1
Mosier, Dorothy-38, 68
Neal, Carolyn-23, 76, 104
Noakes, Linda-38, 68
Owens, Jeff-36, 38, 50, 79, 88
Pangborn, Les-33, 88
Pate, Carol-24, 53, 61, 68, 73, 104
Patten, Sharon-34, 68
Patterson, Don-24, 70, 105
Persons, Dayid-38, 82, 90
Pfeifer, Michael-24, 104
Phillips, Bruce-34, 58, 60, 70, 72,
Phillips, Sandra-39, 67, 68
Pineyard, Jacqueline-39, 49, 67, 69
Porter, Richard-34, 75, 90, 95
Randolph, Michaeln-34, 58, 60, 62, 95
Rensch, Judith-24,A49, 53, 56, 62, 66
Rensch, Tom-45, 56, 88
Rice, Donald-24, 103
Richards, Carolyn-39, 68
Riffle, Darrel-25, 50, 61, 82, 93, 96,
Riggs, Patty-45, 56, 62, 66
Riley, Anthony-439, 93
Rizor, Diana-45, 66, 68
Roberts, 'Carolyn-25, 104
Roberts, Eddie-39, 88
Rogers, Dona-45, 56, 66. 68
Rogers, Lindy-45, 88
Roush, Freda-39, 68
Roush, janet-45, 68
Ruhl, Carol-39, 56, 62
Rupp, james-34, 90
Sabbe, Jeffery-45, 90
Sabbe, Nelson-39, 64, 70
Salisbury, Kathy-45, 66, 68, 69
Salisbury, Kerry-64, 104
Sample, Herbert-39, 82
Scott, jo Ann-45, 66
Seaburn, Patricia-34, 68
Sears, Gay--45, 56, 62, 66
Shaffer, Charles--1.8, 25, 61, 70, 82
Shaw, Diana-34, 49, 73
Shealy, Claudia-39, 49, 53, 62
Shelton, Karen-34, 52, 53, 67
Sherbourne, Darwin-39, 79, 88
Shipley, Sandra-45, 56, 65
Shipman, Connie-34, 49, 53, 67, 69,
Shirk, Calvin-25, 53, 58, 104
Shoults, Marcia-46, 62, 66
Simpson, Charles-46, 93
Sipe, David-25, 50, ss, 105'
Slavik, Frank-15, 21, 25, 50, 58, 61,
Smith, Christine-34, 53, 58, 69, 76
Smith, Diana-46, 53, 68
Smith, Jerry-46, 90
Smith, Joyce-39, 53, 69
Smith, Karen-26, 49, 56, 58, 62, 66,
Smith, Rebecca-40, 67
Smith, Robert-34, 64, 65
Smith, Tracy-34, 60, 53, 58, 62, 82,
Smith, Vickie-26, 61, 66, 105
Snyder, john-26, 50, 53, 58, 72, 74,
75, 105, 107
Soulier, William-17, 26, 82, 90, 91,
Southard, William-26, 59, 61, 104
Stanabery, Beverly-34, 49, 53, 62,
Starlin, Yvonne-34, 53, 58, 67, 68
Stiers, Paul-40, 88, 89
Stockdale, Larry-4-26, 105
Stull, Rick-40, 93
Sutherland, Karen-46, 66, 68
Taylor, Sharon-31, 32, 35, 95
Tennant, john-46, 82
Tennant, Sandra-40, 67, 68
Tierney, Kay-27, 49, 52, 53, 61, 62,
Torrey, Sheila-46, 56, 68
Trainer, Larry-40, 80
Trainer, Thomas-27, 64, 105
Turner, Terry-46, 72, 80, 82, 90
Ufferman, Mariann-27, 49, 56, 61,
66, 69, 75, 104
Vail, Brian-82, 90
Van Schoych, Brenda-46, 68
Vanderkooi, David-35, 60, 70, 82
Vaughan, Marty-46, 53, 62, 66, 69
Walton, Pamela-40, 67, 68
Ward, Steve-40, 50, 72, 79, 82, 90
Warner, Cindy-35, 72
Watkins, Mardee Jo-40, 68, 69
Weber, Debbie-40, 68
Wehr, Robert-41, 47, 70, 80, 82, 90
Wehr, Sandi-27, 49, 58, 61, 66, 68,
Weller, Craig-40, 50, 51, 70, 82, 90
We-rtz, Richard-47, 64, 65
West, Douglas--40, 82
West, Patricia-35, 68
Wfheeler, Allyson-47, 66, 68
88, 104, 106, 107
Williams, Duane-40, ,50
, Rudy-27, 69, 70, 72, 79,
Vickie-35, 49, 52, 53, 67, Wood
Wilson, jack-40 -Y-.
Wojtseck, Wanda-40, 49, 53, 67, 69
, Nancy-47, 53, 62, 66
Young, Greg-47, 82, 88
Richard-28, 79, ss, 104
Brad-447, 55, 80
Kristine-16, 28, 56, 58, 66,
Martha-47, 66, 68 MZ
Worline, Cathy-55, 49, 67, 69, 75
WllCftZ, Sharon-47, 62, 66
Wyss, Dan-28, 104
Zimmerman, Jane-440, 53, 68, 69
Zimmerman, john-21, 28, 50, 72, 75,
Zwayer, Dan-40, 50, 80, 90
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Diana Kuenzer flashes a big smile as she leaves
the lecture room.
George Conant strolls around the
campus showing off his new gym
There are no smiles or happy faces among these sophomores as
they, participate in Mr. White's famed biology practical.
The 1967 Mizpah Staff wishes to extend their
sincere thanks and appreciation to all those persons,
businesses, and organizations who helped in any
way to make this edition a success.
The E nd
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
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