Mount Vernon High School - Forum Yearbook (Mount Vernon, OH)

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'Q .yi L4 ei' 1 1 if v -11 'i r, 1, X ' - xl ' mfgieflfii-iii iifamzx - , " -- ' 0 Q ',iL 1 -3-"3"3"" - .1 "" f . 'H J ' h . 9"SYl" V y 4' " 'uv 1961 FGRUM Editors . . Ann Wacker Mike O'Hanlon Business Manager . . . Dick Christopher Advisers . . . . Sara M. Cannon Students are poured into the school by day ....... Q N 7, . C. A. Cassell FOREWORD Within the pages of this yearis Forum there are captured all the events, both night and day, of the past school year. On these pages are caught the memories of each student of Mount Vernon Highg the events, either happy or sad, which happened during the day and in the evening. A day - the period from dawn until dark. It is a long time packed with numerous events. There are swift-moving days and boring days. There was the day the Home Economics Class had a party, and the day the Iowa State Tests were given. Yes, "fun" days, and trying days all make up the school year. "And as the night follows the day-" so the extracurricular events follow the classroom work. The post-game dances, the club meetings, the plays, and the Forum Show all contribute to make the night happenings at Mount Vernon High memorable ones. Day and night - night and day - quickly the time hurries on. By turning the pages of this 1961 Forum, the vivid memor- ies of the unclaimable past will be recalled to each student's mind. MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL MOUNT VERNON, OHIO TABLE OE CONTENTS DEDICATION ..... DAY AND NIGHT SECTION SCHOOL AFFAIRS . . . SCHOOL PERSONNEL . STUDENTS . . ACADEMICS . . . ORGANIZATIONS . ATHLETICS . . ADVERTISEMENTS . INDEX .... 4 6 15 37 49 91 109 137 159 184 WE SALUTE Mr. jack Stauch 4 The camera catches the music director in informal poses. Center are Mr. Stauch, his wife Bess, and their two daughters Kathy and Sally. We all know how important music is in all our daily livesg and it has been through the dedication of many people that lines, notes, and staffs have come alive and have had meaning to our students. It has been through the de- votion of our music directors that Mount Ver- non High School has had outstanding musicians and musical groups. Assemblies have been made more sacred, more enjoyable, and more memor- able thanks to these people. One member of the music staff has been with us for a number of years and during this time, he has made music a living part of the high school spirit and curriculum. And so for his endless guidance and concern he has bestowed on his students, for the many hours of service he has given to the community, and for the respect he has earned from all who have worked with him, we're privileged to dedicate the 1961 Forum to Mr. jack Stauch. 5 gg By day the school looms in the smoke and sun and has 21 soul .... THE SCHOOL by DA Y and NIGHT with apologies to Carl Sandbur D 1 ss "3 ' ,. i ri' if i "-,'L 7? Hills and valleys, streets of the town, pour people into it, and they mingle among its three Hoors, and are poured out again into the streets, hills, and valleys. It is the men and women, boys and girls so poured in and out that give the building a soul of thoughts and dreams and memories. CDumped in the sea or hxed in a desert, who would care for the building, or speak its name or ask a policeman the way to it?l . . . N-Q . ,413 A, Hour by hour teachers explain and cooperateg economize, confer, and re- arrange . . 5- gg, ,. it administrators arrange, i, QW k Wig- , n . U PM V. 519' 'fra' 1 wpf. - ff: , M Affilk' My L," 'Q ' ' ,, 3 Q A, Y W Q f Y lg 31 ' 4235-'i, K N, . fuik laxrxv f f - g Y 'Q-. 5- I I Q Lv ,V Q A S .F , ff--,. k ,1-, L , l f . iss - F W' xLw. , L Q F x ' Az v 5 Q N3 sf fmt- Ep, Q :JA W-LQ Ju pw as QM ff ,,.. f-W ATT 3 -4 " MW, K .Q-.-Q 9' fl my + , ip? 8 , ,gk f uv V? PA ,ww- V , Qi 2-7 fx: af Z QA A , , '1 fx 5 gf se' gmt , K 'wg-M, it ..g . 1-:wwvm A N , xv 'fx 4? ' " , v,.,w,l'V55ejW M A 'k ftyj L ' ' ,ms V 4 X, -V , W, Yr- W vw G7 3? ' g,,v'1VE x K, ' ' .19 52 5- K VL'L IQ., Ui fb .L .M i 551 K i 5 is - lg ' -X K :AE ' Wlgzgygvjk. 'ixf Xa Q Hands of the clock turn to noon hours and each floor empties its teachers and students who place books and papers aside and go away to eat. Making the best of a few free moments, they converse and enjoy themselves in the halls. Rf it ' Q, -J' 44 , I .veg-wit Others prefer competi- tion and exercise as a re- lease. Hands of the clock turn, and Work begins anew. . . Toward the end of the afternoon, all work slackens as students feel the day closing in on them and anticipate the three-thirty bell. An occasional thuse suggests the excitement of evening events. The bell rings, classes are dismissed, one by one the floors are emptied. . . A few remain to work and plan for future events if In a few rooms the lights still A I X . burn us teachers and students hold meetings and try to solve bewildering questions. l2 People leave the building, but they cannot stay away. The building calls them back even through the darkness of the evening. It comes alive with a pulse of activity - dances, plays, concerts, and sports. Even now people come to the building to learn and study. Only when the clock approaches twelve do people leave, driven by the need for sleep .... ' .xl ns " , : 'i .. f ,J ! 'W' ff: if I as A QIQI gglll lil fwipiaii a ,. i'n4, at A Ln .,. , N' V ,,.. .,,...,, Hi? 3 1 . . L..QM, 5 A . These people seem to enjoy reserving their "Forum Shown tickets. SCHOUL AFFAIRS These sophomores offer their version of the Roaring Twen- ties with a dance in the Forum Show. -v--......,,, --....., fx N--.......,,,,,, ai' r Mistress of Ceremonies RHYTHM RHAPSODY Ann Wacker Master of Ceremonies ....... ..,,.........,...i...... ..... M i ke O'Hanlon PROGRAM Overture .....,..............,.. ..,....,...................................V...,................................................,..... T he Mellow Jackets Arranged by Tony Calamello - Directed by Robert Bechtel "Let Us Entertain Youl' ..,.........................,....,...,,....,,... Kay Jacobs, Franni McMahon, Connie Hendershott, Judy Jacobs, Trudy Maier, Sue Mellberg Introduction of the FORUM QUEEN'S Court "Hey, Look Us Overn .... .......,.........,.,,..,...,....,,.,,......,,,,..,,.,v..,,,O.............r,.r........Y..,l...............,.. Q ueen's Court Words by Carolyn Cassaday - Directed by Carlena Ayers "Til There Was You" ........,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..r,.............................,.....,,,..,,,,,....,.,,, D awn Woodward Theme from "The Apartment" ,.,,...,..,....,.,..........,,.................,,...........,.....,r,.,.,.,.,s,,r.,.... Sally Tanner James Thurber Stories ................ ..,................,........,....,........,..t.......... C arolyn Cassaday, Barbara Way, Elizabeth Daniel, Linda Roesler, Mina Bancroft, Susan Colville Directed by Carolyn Cassaday Barber Shop Quartet .....,.. .... .....,..,.,..,..................,.,......,.,.... J a ck Stauch, Bob Bechtel, Chuck Stanley, Charles Fortunato Indian POW Wow ....,....r....................., .,Y.. C hief Tomahawk and the Eight Little Indians "Hooray, Hooray, I'm Going Away" ,,....,t,..,V.,......,..,r,,.. Jackie Suain and Dan Porter Classical Jazz .....................,..,....,..,...... ..................,.....,...... T he Top Ten Directed by Carlena Ayers "Malaguena" ..... ...,.......,.....,,..,r...t...t..... B ob Buker and Brian Gatchell "Til Tomorrow" ...... 1 6 THE FORUM QUEEN AND HER ATTENDANTS Directed by Mrs. Thomas Strome THE 1961 FORUM FOLLIES Mad Commercials ,....,.......................... ...,.... C raig Wiester and Bob Kahrl 'QI Could Have Danced All Night" ..... .....,.,....,.....,,,,,,. L uanna McKinstry "Yes, Sir, That's My Baby" ,.......... ...........,...,,.V,,,,,,,,, T he Flapettes Directed by Sue Beckley "Plantation Dancen .. Homer and Jethro .... "We Won't Grow Up" Boys' Combo .............. Moon Dance ........ .... "Deep Purple" ...,........ Another Day in the Li "La Cucaracha" .,........ "Twelfth Street Rag" Impressionist .,..,,........ Popular Medley ..,,... Linda Hunter Jim Sowers and John Sowers The Reluctant Seniors Phil Knox, Bill Buker, Dick Nethers The Apaches Directed by Carlena Ayers Christophere Sykes fe of a Secretary ....... ......, J udy Edick and Jane Edick The Mexican Peons Carola Adams jay Harris The Mellow Jackets Soloist Connie Clippinger - Directed by Robert Bechtel Trampoline Comedy "Who's Got the Pain? "Autumn Leaves" ...... "That's A11 I Know" Q'The Big Dipper" john Seavolt, Leonard Moseley, Jim Harvey Directed by Bob Denzer Ten Plus One FIN ALE "PUT ON A HAPPY FACE" Directed by Sharyn Ilger Geneva Shrontz Florence Senseman The Baker's Dozen 17 Ann Bouton 1961 Forum Queen ANN BOUTON 1961 FORUM QUEEN Crown Bearers - Katy Lord and Michael Warriclc Pam Hamilton and Maria Piazze were ill during the Forum Follies and consequently missed the performance. Pam was to have been a junior attendant, and Marin a member of the junior court. They are shown here with their escorts, Bob Yauger and Don Heagren. FORUM QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS LEFT TO RIGHT: Escort Dan Omlor, Attendant jane Boyd, Escort Wesley Hines, Attendant joan Jacobs, Queen Ann Bouton and Escort Dick Dowdell, Attendant Carol Orsborn, Escort Tom Purnell, Attendant Barb Eyster, Escort Bob Noce, Attendant Sue Little, and Escort Bob Eastman. CROWN BEARERS: Katy Lord and Michael Warrick. "Til There Was You" is sung by Dawn Wfoodward as she opens the Forum Show. Ann Wacker and Mike O'Hz1n- lon present a certificate for the first Forum to Mr. Stauch. jim and john Sowers break out in "hayride" Bob Buker and Brian Gutchell play "lNIala- humor as Homer and guenan on matched pianos. -lethro. SENIOR COURT GIRLS: Michele Mazza, Pam Beck, Sharyn Ilger, Joyce Warren, Donna Dee Pond, Kathy Mowery, Pat Kinney. BOYS: Darrel Reynolds, Gordon Coe, Jim Beroth, Phil Knox, john Rentz, Ken Easterday, Dennis Sirbaugh. JUNIOR COURT GIRLS: Shari Scott, Sally Tanner, Connie Rice, Janet George, Claire Warren, Ginny Houbler. BOYS: Mike O'Hanl0n, Harold Welsh, Ron Rummel, Dick Wolfe, Dick Nethers, Craig Wright. 20 MUSIC GROUPS ENTERTAIN AT "FOLLIES" The Reluctant Seniors revert to their vanishing days of childhood to the tune of "We Won't Grow Up. as The Flapettes, a group of sophomore girls, do a take-OH of the "Roaring Twentiesu with "Yes Sir, That's My Baby." Bill Buker, Phil Knox. and Dick Nethers liven things up with some jazz. "NVho's Got the Pain?" is the question this fresh- men dancing group, "Ten Plus One," asks as they perform for the Queen. 21 H OMEC OMIN G This year's homecoming Queen was pert Joyce Warren. She and her attendants reigned as the Yellow jackets defeated Whitehall with a lopsided score of 20-0. The annual Homecoming Dance to honor the Queen followed the game. QUEEN JOYCE REIGNS OVER HOMECOMING Students display enthusiasm at the Mayor Manger gives a boost to the Snake Dance. football team. f ,.ay y s HOMECOMING Queen and attendants. junior attendants, Jane Boyd and Pam Hnmiltong Queen Joyce Warreng Senior attendants, Carol Ors- born and Lana Smith. iv-' Last Year's Queen Carole Lesmlleet crowns Joyce and presents her with the tr1d1t1on'1l gold football. Wowv' ALL HIGH SCHOOL PLAY Top picture: Mr. Antrobus Clivan Ricej convinced of the tragic fate of the world, is consoled by his wife CKaren Thompsonb and two children CSally Hellwig and Dick Christopher? as their general util- ity maid QLorinda Netolickb looks on. "THE SKIN OF OUR TEETHU PROVIDES UNUSUAL Announcer ..,... Sabina ,,,7,,Y,.i... Mr. Fitzpatrick Mrs. Antrobus CAST joe Mumper Lorinda Netolick Dick McConnell Karen Thompson Dinosaur ,r,,,r.,,,,.., .,,,.,,,.,,, W illy Kahri Mammoth ..,..... v,.Yw.. R on Woolson Telegraph Boy Gladys .......,.......... ....,.,. Henry ..,,........,.,, ....., jim Cowlin Sally Hellwig Dick Christopher Mr. Antrobus ...... ..,,.r.r, ,..,,, E v an Rice Doctor ,,,,.....,.,. Professor judge ,,,......,.,. Homer ,..,.r..rr,,.,. Miss E. Muse ...... .,... Miss T. Muse ....., .r.,,,. Miss M. Muse , Mrs. Truxall adds fin- ishing touches to Lor- inda Neto1ick's make- up. Bob Clutter Gary Sievert jon F. Mintier john Sowers Sue Hough Margaret Shields Elaine McKinley Usher ...... ........,...,.. J im Kahrl Usher ...... ........,... J im Hotchkiss Girl ................... ........ L uanna McKinstry Girl ...................... ....,.. F lorence Senseman Fortune Teller ....... ,......,,. K aren Weekley Chair Pusher ...... .. ..., Robert Bowden Chair Pusher .......,.....r...,...........,.,....,t..,, Glen Blair Conveners: Bob Clutter, Gary Sievert, john Sowers, jon F. Mintier, Willy Kahrl, Jim Kahrl, Ron Woolson, -lim Hotchkiss, Jim Cowlin Broadcast ohcicial ...............,........,..,,.,. joe Mumper Assistant Broadcast Official .... Margaret Shields Mr. Tremayne ...........,,.,....,................ Gary Sievert Hester .............,.....,........,.,..,,. Connie Hendershott Ivy ,,,..,........,.,.... ........ H enrietta Lord Fred Bailey ,Y..,. .,..., J im Hotchkiss joe Mumpcr waits for his Last Minute jitters. cue. Expecting her husband home any minute, Mrs. Antrobus re- minds Henry CDick Christopher? and Gladys CSa1ly Hellwigl to be on their best behavior. ENTERTAINMENT The Skin of Our Teeth," written by Thornton Wilder, is a comedy about George Antro- bus, his wife, their two children, and the general utility maid, Lilly Sabina, all of Excelsior, New Jersey. The Antrobuses have survived fire, Hood, pestil- ence, the seven year locusts, the ice age, a dozen wars, and the double feature. They look up- on the future with disarming optimisim, and this play is a tribute to their indestructibility. Sabina and Mrs. Antrobus serve refreshments to guests who have been forced out of their homes by an intense cold wave. Florence Senseman and Karen Wfeekley wait for their entrance. ,lf SNOWBALL The Student Council sponsored The Snowball dance, December 22, in the high school auditorium. The music for this semi-formal was provided by the Riley Norris Dance Band in which our own Mr. Bechtel plays trombone. Since the dance was not only open to Mount Vernon High students and graduates, but also to students from neighboring high schools, the dance was a big success. HI-Y DANCE One of the most important features of the Hi-Y program is the annual semi-formal dance. This yearls dance was held at the country club on April 12. Dancing was from 9 to 12 with music from Hi-Fi records. Dick Christopher and Daniel Levering made arrangements for the dance and the chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clutter and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Daniels. 26 Y-TEEN SEMI-FORMAL Buttons and Bows was the theme of the Y-Teen semi-form- al held in the auditorium. Music was provided by Riley Norris' Combo. After an active time dancing all retired to the cafeteria for , refreshments. These four people seem to be enjoying the Careful, Linda! Watclm your diet! refreshments. 27 4 The election board counts ballots in favor of Richard Nixon for the school's mock Pres- idential election. st...-any Lorinda Netolick and Bill Wood point out the qualities of their favorite candidates. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR The juniors, jay Harris, Kay Jacobs, Donna Pond, Barb Eyster, and Pam Wendy Irvine, and Allan Helser cam- Gueulette, members of the Modern paign for a lost cause. World History Club, read letters writ- ten to the candidates. .. 'ESM fa was H fm ' tlgw tragedy as G, W. veils is-me I VEDETTE STAFF FRONT ROW: Jack Dowds, Bob Kahrl, Mina Bancroft, Pam Gueulette, Lizbeth Fullemann. BACK ROW: Hugh Hookway, Larry Frye, John Bollinger, Mr. Lee Ramey, Mrs. Catherine Walk- er, Mrs. Peggy Roberts, Jeanne Shick, Elizabeth Daniel. Here are the members of our student body and faculty who published the school's first literary magazine, the Vedette. IMPORTANT CLASSES IOOWJ CLASS FIRST ROW: Reed Hamilton, Carol Hoecker, Susie Bone. SECOND ROW: Wfayne Decker. Steve Walk- er, Lizbeth Fullemann, Karen Fritz, Karen Miller, Chris Clark. THIRD ROW: Pat Harris, Ronetta Miller, Sue Earnest, Robin Rhoades, Bill Kymer, John Bollinger, Brian Gatchell. FOURTH ROW: Karen Vernon, Kathy Mc- Cutchen, Connie Rodgers, Dan Clyde, Bruce Dudgeon. THOSE ABSENT WERE: Martha Ward, Janice Baube, Loraine Lester, Darlyne Patton, Barbara Gump, Gerald Layinon, Merla Mathews. Why is this class so happy? They subscribed IOOW to the Jacket Journal. FIRST ROW: Bob Gunia, Harry Bouton, Bill Vernon, Charles Woodland, Gary Statler. Carole Davis, Shari Scott. SECOND ROW: Mr. James Imel, Ed Tablett, Roy Payne, Richard Bemiller, Ron Hempfield, Linda Burggraf, Judy Jacobs, Sandy Shoman, Barbara Carper, Teresa Madias. THIRD ROW: Ken Ressler, Doug Rhodes, Larry Kleiner, Ron Hull, Dan Green, Judy Johnson, Steve Mondron, Alice Neibarger. This is the class with the largest collection of food for the Easter bask- et collection. BOTTOM ROXV: Sharyn Ilger, Sharon Horn, Patsy Melcher. TOP ROXV: Dawn Woodward, Carol Orsborn, Helen Angelas. Off to New York go six Y-Teens to par- ticipate in the United Nations Study Trip spon- sored by the Ohio District Y.W'.C.A. ' 1 ' T ' s , -L x 1 v, Q 5' A o an fi win, .iw-N' K , ' G l ' i 7 X 5 S gx SEATED: Rosilyn Latham, jo Ann Graham. STANDING: Ed Tablett, Don McConnell, Iflarry Bouton. DELEGATES TO GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE Delegates to Girls' and Boys' State are appointed by the local American Legion upon recommendation of high school teachers. These boys and girls are jun- iors and are sent to the Stale to learn about state government. Girls' State meets at Capital University in Columbus, and Boys' State takes place at Ohio Uni- versity in Athens. GROUP REPRESENTATIVES OE THE S CH O O L HIGH SCHOOL POETS Several juniors and seniors entered original poems in the annual poetry contest sponsored by the Naziozml Association for High School Poetry which is published in California. The winners are pictured below. Seated clockwise: Margaret Shields, Ann Wfack- er, Leah Stamper, Sharon Beckett, Ellen Lord, Linda Severns. Slfzmlingz Ron Darling, Tom Todd, Hugh Hookway. Bob Buker and Norman Tabor received special mention for their poems in the anthology. wr y a1tES5Phg5ou W K f950hg5s va lv' y up 12 Darrell Stull proudly displays his project - the process of Linoleum Block printing - in a one man art display. INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP PROJECTS The Y-Teens, Hi-Y and Key Club had a joint meeting October 25. After a worship ser- vice, the co-ed group canvassed the city to collect for the United Nation's Children Education All that money collected for UNICEF was a very puzzling job to count. Fund. This year more than two hundred dollars were collected for UNICEF. After the drive, the Clubs assembled at the "Y" for refreshments sponsored by the United Church women. Now, what sections shall we try? Mapping out the city for collections. 31 CHANGES AND EXCITEMENT To the joy of all students, the city firemen saved the school. Fire broke out one Saturday in the Ag. room. No, this isn't a new school bus: just the city Hre truck. New faces appear as the P, A. SySt6m was installed. Mr. Dalrymple and Mr. Shultz are both graduates of Mount Vernon High. Intellectual jack Dowcls tests the new P. A. system IJUTIIH ELM TREE IJl5l-IAHE SCIENCE FAIR Superior state winners in the 1961 Science Fair included Ron Miller and Art Murphy. They also placed top in the district fair along with Mike Gilchrist, a senior. Mike's project was the Square Generator. Other students who received excellent ratings in the . , district were Keith Frye, Craig Wiest- er, Thomas Wfoodward, and Dean Mc- Cament. Art Murphy, sophomore, won a superior rating at the State Science Fair held at the University of Cin- cinnati, April 21. Art became inter- ested in his project, the Dutch Elm Disease, when he heard of some cures for it that he thought were false and decided to do some research on the subject. Another superior rat- ing winner was Ron Miller, freshman. Ron became interested in his project, Radio Activity Detection, after visiting the atomic energy re- search facilities at Oak Ridge, Tennessee. w l 33 Elizabeth Daniel is con- gratulated by Governor Michael DiSalle. She placed fifth in the state in the essay contest for the Em- ployment of the Physically Handicapped. STUDENTS' TALENTS PAY DIVIDENDS -Ianet George, a member of the junior Class, won first place fa S25 Savings Bond? in the school division of a contest sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce to select a new city slogan. Her slogan was "The City That Meets the Challenge." Mr. Wal- ter Rudin is shown presenting the award to Janet while two city winners look on. 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Ol' Ch P' C . Carolyn Cassaday received the county's highest score and no erry le Omest honorable mention in the state on the Ohio History test which was given to superior history students. STATE FARMERS Frank Biffath, jr., Harry Bou- ton, and jay Coe were named Ohio State Farmers for their farm programs in Blount Vernon. Leslie Holmes won first prize in the Ohio State poster contest sponsored by the Knights of Pythias for highway safety. Her award was a 5550 savings bond and was presented to her at the Ohio State Fair. ? F535 42' J as PUBLICATIONS AWARD Sharon Horn was the winner of this year's Annual Publications' Award for Contributing the 4 RWM most to either the jacket Iozufmzl or the Forum. R r 1? glx-Jw Geneva Shrontz Cseatedh and Beth Mc- Pherson read the English theme which Won Beth first prize for writing about free enter- prise or socialized medicine. Geneva placed sec- ond in the contest. Both girls received honorable mention in the state. ,nr 3 The Danforth Foundation presents copies of the book, I Dare Yozl, to Evan Rice and Ann Wacker, who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship and leadership. Also, in the Gen- eral Scholarship Test for high school seniors, Evan Rice placed first in Knox County. AWARDS AND HONORS Some students can work arithmetic prob- lems accurately, these girls proved that fact by earning perfect scores on one test. Re- ceiving a certificate in the Annual Awards Assembly is Jean Lamb, While Michele Mazza, Connie Crist, Pam Beck, Sharyn Ilger, Karen Malone, Ellen jones, Mary Flecknoe, and janet Paisley watch Mrs. Herron. The Awards Assembly also finds seniors Betty Kymer, Larry Frye, Bob Buker, Joyce Brenneman, judy Edick, Mike Gilchrist, and Evan Rice receiving certificates for completing the State Board Course of Basic Studies from Mr. Wiggins and Mr. Fortunato. With the help of Santa Claus, Mrs. Jean Steinmetz sorts the faculty Christmas mail. SCI-IUOL R NNEL Mr. Fortunato, Mr. Stanley, Mr. Bechtel, and Mr. Stauch prove that even teachers have talent as they croon "I'll See You In My Dreams." PRINCIPAL H. M. WIGGINS Ohio State University, B.S., M.A. Mr. Max Wiggins has boosted our school spirit and obtained an experi- mental summer school program for the school in the five short years he has been principal of Mount Vernon High School. ADMINISTRATION SUPERIN TEN DENT CHARLES j. PICKENS Rio Grande College, Ohio Univer- sity, Ohio State University: B.S., M.A. The first full year at the new junior high is over and the problems of getting settled are solved. Superintendent Pick- ens' mind is occupied with other im- portant details now. GUIDANCE DIRECTOR CHARLES F . F ORTUNATO Marietta College, Western Michigan University, B.A. M.A. DIRECTOR OF INSTRUCTION ALBION GOTAAS North Park junior College Northwestern University, Univer sity of Michigan, Ohio State Uni versity, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. -4-an-1, ' K X A w y.. L L XA ,. ,airy ,swf V ' J S f - ' 13? -1 " 9 E N ggi i 'fr- i iz A : t E A i . wg ,.1, tg. 5 4' L 1 G N AQNJV' it K 3' fl' MARY LOU ALLEN Ohio University, B.S. in Ed, Speriul lfducalion BARBARA BAUGHMAN Cornell University. Yale University B.S.. R.N.. M.N. School Nurse, Y-leens. Tri-Teens Adviser ROBERT H. BECHTEL Ohio State University. B.Sc. in Iitl. Illifflllllfllfdl Music. Mellon' hlarkels. Key Club Adviser JEAN BODDY Ohio State Univrsity. Stetson Uni versity. Otterbein. B.F.A. fm 11. 111. IV SARA M. CANNON Bethany. New York University. A.B. A1!11frit'ar1 ljleralure. 10Ill'IldliIlIl. Dlrflor of High School Publications C. ARTHUR CASSELL Michigan State University. Ohio State University. B.S.. M.Ed. Ad1'am'ed Algebra, 'l'rig0uo111elry. Solid Geometry. Publifalions. Chairman Malh Deparlmeul Business Manager Puhlicafious MARTHA V. COCHRAN Asbury College. University of Ken tuuky. Ashland College. Ohio University. B.A. Typing 1. Iironomic Geography I7.B.I..A. Adviser JACQUELINE cRA1Go Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. Algebra I CLARK A. DEVOL Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.. M.Ed Ninth Grade Math, Senior Math. General Srienre ADRIENNE A. FERGUSON Ohio State University. B.S. in lid. Latin I, II STEPHEN FISH University of Massachusetts. Cornell University. B.S., M.S. Biology. General Science Area Chairman Science ELDORA L. FITHIAN Grove City College B,S. in Comm. Bookkeeping I, II Typing I, Personal Typing SUZANNE S. FRIEDLY Bowling Green University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University. M.A. General Matbelnativs CLARENCE R. FRIDLINE Ohio Slate University, B.S.. M.A. Vorational Agricnllnre lwlure Farmers of Arnerzra Adviser ELEANOR GARRUS XVestern College for XVoms:n. Ohio State. A.B.. B.S. in Ed. .Yf1nnislJ I. Il Adviser - Senior Class ALICE W. HARVEY Wfellesley College. B.A. Graduate study at Univ'-rfity of Heidelberg. Germany: Middlebury. Vermont: University of Angers. France: Foreign Language Institute. Blaine. French I. III, IV MARY B. HERRON Ohio XY'esleynn. Ohio State. Cnpitnl University. B.S. in Ed. Typing II. Sborlband I and Il Adviser - Senior Class HAROLD L. HIGHMAN Ohio University. B.S. and M. in lid. Salennansbip and Business Organizalinn Direelw' of Sfbool Bank Facnlly Manager Athletics CHARLES D. HILL Xllfestern Suite College, Colorado: B.A. General Science. .'ld1'iser - Freshman Class flssisfani Basketball. Baseball. lionllmll Coach CONSTANCE HOLCOMBE Beloit College. B.S. Remedial Reading, Speedreading -'J""" ,151 l l I .yggigfe f' iwirifif Y ff-, im, f ,.,f ,, , 7? FACULTY 1 at I S. 40 s . : Viv 9 4l FACULTY X H' Ai, . Q2 fi ' ff. ' u 42" 1 . 'LA ., 1 'rj . Q3 . :L gps., ANN HOOTMAN Ashland College. Bachelor of Music Orc-l1e.rIrr1 f ax.ri.rlaul I juuim' lligb and Iilculeillarjr Sfflllgir Toueliex LOUISE M. HUGGINS College of Wfooster. Kent Stare Uni- versity, Ohio University. B.S. Ifuglixb 9 JAMES N. IMEL Ashland and XVestern Reserve. B.S in Ed. f1IIll'fiL'r1I1 Hisiorjr. Sofia! Studies Adriserfflfuture Tem'lJz'r.v ol Aulerifa Axxishull C0!lC'lJ'JlHIil1f lligb Foollmll REX JARVIS XVest Virginia XVesleynn. Ohio University. B.S. filllyfifllll Ilirlory Coutb---Foollzall. 'l'rm'k MARGUERITE MANN Ohio XY'esleyan. Bowling Green University. Ohio University. A.B.. M.A. Iiuglixlo 12 A!11'iI0P'TSl?lli0f Clam liuglixb Area Clmirnmu VIOLA R. MILLER Kent State Iiniverxiry. Cnfnrzulo Suite College. 13.5. in lid.. MA. Iiuglixb 12 Asxiilaul Adviser-Grflrle I2 IMOGENE MONTGOMERY Denison University. Toledo L'ni- versiry. McGill University B.A.. A.B. Ifrwirla I. ll. IV CLYHLI'llI1lllfF01'Eigll lnfulgmlgc Depl. DONALD E. MORRISON Miami L'nivcr5ity. B.S.. BLA. Meclaailiral llmzriilg. Eligf,'Il'l'l'fl1g ljfzllflllg. Area Clmirulau HELEN BEARD OWEN Ohio University, B.S. in lad. Ohio Smre liniversizy Arl I LAMOIL L. OWEN Ohio XVesleynn University. Ohio Stare University. B.S. in lid., M.A. Senior Sofia! Studies Direvlor-A1,'dio-Viunll ,-lirl uf .ifurnif Verunu Schools All1'ixerfl'r0jvz'1iul1 Club ELEANOR OWENS Denison University. A.B. lfuglisb 10 Adviser-Sophomore Class JAMES J. PEGG Ohio State University, B.Sc. in Ed. lVoodu'orking, Elerlritity LUELLA POWERS Ohio Wesleyan, Kent State University, B.A. Home Economics II, Ill. IV l7.l'l.A. - Adviser LEE O. RAMEY Ohio University. B,S. and M.A. English 9 and 12 Adviser - Freshmen Class Vedelfe Adviser PEGGY ROBERTS Ohio State University, XVestern Reserve, B.S. in lid, English 10 Vedelle Adviser JACK ROBESON Ohio University, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Biology I, ll HOUSTON SCHLOSSER Grove City Pa., Ohio XJUCSICYZIII. B.A., University of Florida. Ohio State, Kent State. B.A, from Ohio Wlesleyan, M.A. from Kent Smte Plane Geometry Coacb-Head Baskelball. Head-Teuuls JEAN W. SHICK Westerri College for Wlomen. A.B.- Denison University. Ohio Univer- sity liuglisbl 10, American Lileralnre Supervisor - junior Class Adviser JAMES WILLIAM SPICER Muskingum College, B.A. in litl. Amerirau History Alleudante Offirer Track. ll"eiglJl lifting. - Coach Assislaul Coach - lfoolball CHARLES STANLEY Ohio University. B.S. in lid. Senior Sorial Slndics Coafb - Baseball Asslstanl Coarb - Football, liaxkellmll FACULTY ' 5 Q C-in ' . 5 lslvvns- J J-me f 5 1 ij' y I 5 all fx 3, 83,93 FACULTY 1 q W, rw l QQ ni Vi M3 n ' Q 2:1456 - P Q l Q Q Q Q.. , sf jkqfrm g k ,id urfldg M U ily. 4 . 1 D. Q all gi Fixx' . , X I.. L. H2 Sl? 44 ,, w.- t ' n 'S I th K 5 9 S 2, , - .... ., 'ii , A A if L' 5. M12 V sl 4 Z' x 'g. A " A 'Q il X "'l??I5- N --is, +1 ,,,- 'Ffh ff. ' 2. H' h ' . ., Q3 :il ' .L "1" 'EQFY E K , . J I E f JACK li. STAUCH Ohio State University. B.Sc. in Ed, Music' NANCY STILLWELL Capital University. Stetson University, B.S. Girls' Playriral Education. Girls' Volley- ball and Basketball Tcamr flrlrisw'-Girlr' Alblelit' xlrrorialiml J. FLOYD THOMAS Utah State. B.S. in lid. Pbyrical Education. Intranmrals. Golf RUTI-I DOMIGAN TRUXALL Ohio Wlesleyan University. School of Speech. Northwestern University Speerb. f1I!It?l'iL'lIll l.iteralm'v Dlf!fl'f0!"DfdlIIdllL'S GUY VAN NOSTRAND Ohio State University. B.S. llvorld Hislory Suf1er1'i.r0r of Sopbonlorcx CATHERINE M. WALKER Ohio University, A.B. Ifnglirb 9 Vulelle Adrixer ROGER L. WALTON Kenyon. Kent State Pniversitv. Ohio Wfesleyun. B.S, in Ed.. B.Se. ClJt'llllIfI'-J' Azl'1'1xcr f jnnmr Class REBECCA XVAREHAM Ohio Wlesleyan. A.B. Bowling Green. Kent State Librarian DORMA WARRICK Manchester College. Denver lfniversity. A.B. General Iinrinesx. Oflirc Prarlife. Clerirul Prfzriife KENNETH WEST' Ohio State University B.A.. B.S.. M.Sc. Algebra I. Pbjrirs flrlziter + Senior Clays CHARLES E. WHITE Madison College. University of Maryland. B.S. Industrial Arts I, ll. III, IV Driverx' Training LILLIAN D. XVI-IITE Ohio Wfeslcyzm. University nf Kansas. Ohio Stare University B.A., M.A. Home Economics I. II FACULTY X LAWRENCE E. YARMAN Ashland College, Ohio Stare University, B.S. in Ed., M.S. General Science Principal Wiggins entertains his staff with Faculty enjoys a covered dish supper. a Christmas tea. 1 I f" 1-?IiQifi-gin" 2- all i .1 -.im il tt.. . ,nz in W, -p fl ,f H-41,1-,f A' , 4 l"" ffwq Lan ins-lf-,g-'1" It lg skill lofi: i ,Q ,J . ll Bl l ITMI ,,,.-q :ff l - A 'I 1: is g. .31 . .. i .U if ,, , C W C 45 3 1' 4 nv- ,,,......-+'f"""" A 1 .. 46 nl Mary Louise Beck, Secretary to Mr. Pickens Mrs. Ruth Crumm, Secretary to Mrs. Leiter A .K Vydzl -K 'i Loretta Eberhart, I Secretary to Dr. GOIHIIS -.EMA MMM Ruth Franz ii ' E Production Clerk ...Ml OFFICE PERSONNEL Betty Frye Filing Clerk Mildred Leiter, Clerk of Board of Edu- cation Helen Souers, Secretary to Mr. Volk jean Steinmetz Secretary to Mr. Wig- gins The Board of Educa- tion meets once a month to discuss problems per- taining to the entire school system of the city of Mount Vernon. BOARD OF EDUCATION Clockuive: Dr. Howard Kiracofe, Dr. L. C. Prushing, Mrs. Mildred Leiter, Mr. Leland Fair, President, and Mrs. Mary Minnich. ADULT EDUCATION Adult education was introduced to Mount Vernon High School for the first time in the fall of l960. Mr. Howard Wacker, the director of the project, is shown with English teacher Mrs. jean Shick and Mrs. Potts, typing instructor. 47 SPECIAL PERSONNEL C ustoclifms Custodians Newsom and Randolf help to keep the building clean both inside and out. Cooks Cooks Mrs. Tier and Mrs. Delaney make the noon hours -more enjoyable by preparing nutritious mealsf 48 l Bus Drivers Mrs. Bertha Skeen talks over transporta- tion problems with other bus drivers. Mr. Fortunato and Mr. Imel help direct juniors taking the Iowa Tests. This industrious group are busy filling in "those little squares." STU ENT Clem Solotorovski Cjon Mintierj seems to be feel- ing his oats as the world looks on. This is from Act III of the Junior Class Play, A Change of Heart. SENIORS 50 JAMES A. ADDLESPERGER ALMA ALBERT PATRICK ALLEN ALEXANDER Hi-Y. 2: Key Club, 4: Varsity Basketball. 5, 4: Reserve Basketball. 2. 3: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, l, 2. SUE ELLEN ALEXANDER Student Council, l, 3: F. T. A., 4: Y-Teens, l. 2, 3. 4: Forum Show, 1, 2. 3: Marching Band, l, 72, 5. 4: Concert Band. 1, 2, 3. -ig G. A. A. MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN Y-Teens, 1, 2, 5, 4: Forum Show. 51 Marching Band, 1, 2, 3. 4: Concert Band, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A., 1, 2: French Club, 2: F. B. L. A., 3. RONALD DALE ALLEN Projection Club. 1, 2: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Reserve Baseball, 1, Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4. SALLY ANN ALLEN Scholarship Team. 2. 4: Forum Staff, 4: Y- Teens, 5. -i: Spanish Club, 2, 5: Committee Chairman. -i. HELEN N. ANGELAS F. T. A.. l. 2. 3. 4 - Historian. 4: Y-Teens, l, 2, 3, -4 3 Vice President. 4: Forum Show, 3, Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 4: French Club 3, 4 - President. 3: Chairman Y-Teen Finance Com- mittee. JAMES ANNABLE Scholarship Team, 2. 3: Hi-Y, 1, 2. 3: Intramural Sports, 3: Spanish Club, 3. WILDA ANTILL ANNE LOUISE AUKER F. T. A., 1. 5. -ig Y-Teens, 1, 2, 5. 4: Marching Band, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 2. 5, 4: Orchestra, 3: Spanish Club. 5. 4. CAROLYN ANNE BAER Scholarship Team. 5: Forum Staff. 4: Y-Teens. 3. -iz Class Play -1. MINA BANCROFT Student Council, Lakewood. 1. 2. 5. Mount Vernon, 4: National Honor Society. 4: Y-Teens. 1. 2, 5. 4: Forum Show, 4: Class Play, 2, 3: Orchestra, 1, 2, 33 Choir, 1, 2, 3: French Club, 45 Latin Club, 2, 3. ALBERT L. BANNING National Honor Society, 3. 4: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: Bus. Mgr. Jacket journal. 4: Hi-Y, 2, 5, -l - Vice President 4: Class Play. 53 Marching Band, 1, 2. 5. 4: Concert Band. 1, 2. 5. 4 -A President. 4: Intramural Sports, l. 2. 3: Spanish Club. 52 Jr. Class Ring Committee Chairman. 5: Buckeye Boys' State, 3. SHARON SUE BATEINIAN Y-Teens, l. 2. 3: Forum Show. 3. 4: Junior Court, 5: Marching Band, l, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports, 3. PAMELA SUE BECK Student Council. 1. 2. fi: Library Staff, 1, 2: Y-Teens. 1, 2. 3: Forum Show, 1, 2. 3. 4 7 Court. 3. 4: Nlarching Band. 2: G. A. A.. 1. 1. 3. 4 7 President. 4 7 Treasurer. 3: Cheer- leader. 3. 4. SHARON ELAINE BECKETT Student Council. 1: Jacket Journal Staff, 4: F. T. A.. 1, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens, 1. 2, 5. 4: Forum Show, l. Z. 3. 4: Marching Band. 1, 2. 3. 4: Concert Band. l. Z. 3. 4: French Club. 5. 4: Junior Class Finance Chairman. 3: Modern World History Club. 4: Class Play, 4. ,IAMES W. BEROTH Student Council, 4: Key Club. I. 2, 3. 4: Forum Show. 3, 4: Marching Band, 2. 3: Concert Band, 2. 3: Intramural Sports. Z. 3. 4: Spanish Club. 2, 5 7 Treasurer, 3: Student Council Com- mittee Chairman. 4. CINDY BEVINGTON Student Council, 4: Y-Teens, 5. 4: Forum Show. 5, 4: Choir. 1. 2 fGambierD: G. A. A., 3. FRANK BIFFATH, JR. Student Council, 4: -F. F. A.. 1,- Z, 3. 4 7 treasurer. 3 7 President, 4: Choir, I: Reserve Football. Z: Intramural Sports. 4. CRYSTAL DEE BLACK Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3. 4. GARY M. BONE At Gambier, 1. 2. Student Council. l. 2: Liv brary Staff 2: Proiection Club, 1. 2: Key Cluh. 3, 4: Marching Band. l. 2. 3. 4: Concert Band. 1, 2, 5, 4: Orchestra. 3: Dance Band. 3. 4: Reserve Basketball, 1, 2: Reserve Baseball, 1, 2 Spanish Club. 4. SUSAN ANN BOUTON Student Council. 1, 2. 3. 4: Forum Queen, 4: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra. l. 2. 3. 4 7 President, -i: Intramural basketball. 4: Intramural volleyball. 4: Ohio State Guernsey Queen, 4. RANDY BOWERS F. F. A., l. 2, 3, -I 7 Student Adviser. 3. 4.- IRENE BOYD Library Staff, 2: Choir, 2. TERRY KENT BRA SSEUR Student Council. l. 2: Varsity Football, 2: Re- serve Fontball, 1. JOYCE BRENNEMAN Jacket journal Staff. 4: Y-Teens. 4: Forum Show. 4: French Club, 4: In Grove City 7 Dramatic Club. Pep Club, G. A. A.. F. N. A., Choir, Or- chestra. junior Class Play. f EDITH ANN BROOKS Choir. 2, 3, 4: Cadet Chorus, 2. MARY R. BROWN Student Council. 2: Jacket Journal Staff. 4: Library Staff Vice President. 4: F. T. A., 1. 2: Y-Teens, I. Z, 3. 4: Forum Show. 1, 2. 3. 4: Intramural Sports. 2: Spanish Club, 2, 3: YA Teens Committee Chairman. ROBERT BUKER Student Council, 3: Scholarship Team, 1, 2, 5. 4: Hi-Y. 5, 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 5, 4: March- ' ing Band, 1, 2. 3, 4 7 Master Sergeant. 4: Con- cert Band, 1. 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band, 3, 4: Track, 4. SENIORS i 51 SENIORS MARGARET ANN BURGESS National Honor Society, 3. 4: Scholarship Team, 1, 2, 3. 4: Jacket Journal Stalf, 4g Library Staff, 4g F. T. A., 4: Y-Teens. 41 Forum Show. 49 Orchestra, 1, 25 Choir, 3, 4g French Club 4. CAROL SUE BURT At Homer High School: Student Council. F. T. A.. F. H. A. At Mount Vernon: Pep Club. 3, 4. JANET LEE BUSENBURG At Warsaw High School, lg Student Council, 25 F. H. A.. l: Marching Band, l: Y-Teens, I. 2, 3: G. A. A., 2g Cheerleader, 1, F. B. L. A., 2. MARGARET ELAINE BUTCHER Student Council Service Chairman, 4g F. N. A., 1, 2: Y-Teens, 1, 2. 3. 4: Forum Show. 1, March- ing Band, I. 2, Pep Club. 4. . GARY SEYMOUR BUXTON Reserve Football, lg Intramural Sports, 1, 4: Treasurer of F. B. L. A. 4. l JANET M. CARIK 1 Y-Teens. 4g Secretary of French Club. 4g At St. Vincent's - Junior Class Treasurer, Glee Club. 33 Class Vice President, 1, Social Studies Club , President, 3, Class Play, 4. RITA MAE CARPENTER F. H. A., 4g Y-Teens. 1, 3: F. B. L. A., 3, 4. ROGER EDWARD CHALFANT Projection Club, 4g Forum Show, 1: Choir, 3: Intramural Sports, 21 Pep Club. 1. RICHARD F. CHRISTOPHER Quill and Scroll. 3, 4: Scholarship Team. 1. 2: Library Staff, 3, 4 7 President. 4, Forum Staff Business Manager, 4g F. T. A., 3. 4 - Treasurer, 45 Class Play, 3, 43 All High School Play, 1. 3. 43 Spanish Club President. 4, French Club, 3. 4 -- Treasurer, 45 Chairman of Class Prophecy, 4. BERNICE CLAYBORNE At Gambier High School: Newspaper StaH, 1, 23 Library Staff. 1, 25 Choir, 13 Dance Club, 1. SARAH ESTHER CLINE F. N. A., 45 Choir, 3, 4. LINDA JEAN CLUTTER F. H. A.. 5, choir, 1, 24 F. B. L. A., 4. GORDON C. COE F, F. A., 1, 2, 5, -ig Forum Show, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4: Reserve Football, 19 Intramural Sports, 1. 2: Track, 35 Weight Lifting and Wrestling, 2. 3. JAY F. COF F. F. A., 1, 2. 3, 4. DONALD CONKLE Reserve Football, 2. 52 MARILYN RUTH COON F. H. A.. 4: Choir. 3, 4. JUDITH ANN CORCORAN Y-Teens. 1. 2. 5. 4: Forum Show, 1. 2: March- ing Band. 1: G. A. A.. 1, Z. 5: Spanish Club, 2: F. B. I.. A.. 5. 4: Student Council, 1. MARGARET JEAN CRANMER F. T. A.. l. 4: F. N. A.. 2: F. H. A.. 4: Y-Teens, I. 2, 3. 4: Marching Band. 1: Spanish Club. 3. CONNIE MARIE CRI ST Y-Teens, 5: Marching Band, 1, 2. 3. 4: Concert Band, 1. 2. 5. 4: F. B. L. A., 5, 4. ELLEN LOUISE CROUCH Y-Teens. 4: Forum Show, 3: Marching Band Majorette. 2, Gambier High: Choir. 1. 2, 3: Spanish Club Secretary-Treasurenl. President. 2 at Gambier: Class President, 2 at Gambier. RICHARD L. DAY, JR. Projection Club. 1. Z: Hi-Y. 1. 2. 5, 4: Intra- mural Sports. l. Z. 5. 4: Spanish Club, 1. 2: French Club, 3. MARY JANE DEELEY Scholarship Team. 2: Forum Staff. 4: Library Staff, 1, 2. 5 - Vice President. 2: F. T. A.. 4: Y-Teens, 1. 2. 5: Forum Show. 1, 5. 4: Class Play, 5: Intramural Sports. 53 French Club Pres- ident, 4: Cadet Band, 1. PATRICIA DEVIN Library Staff. 2. 3: F. T. A.. 4: Y-Teens. 1: Forum Show, 1. 2. 3. 4: Marching Band. 2: Con- cert Band. 2: Orchestra. 2: Spanish Club Secre- tary. 3 -- President. 4: French Club. 5. 4: Cheerleader, 5, 4: Class Play, 4. PHYLLIS ANN DEXTER F. H. A.. 4: Y-Teens, 1. THOMAS E. DICE RICHARD SMITH DOWDELL Key Club. 4: Forum Show, 4: Varsity Basketball. 5, ri: Reserve Football. 1: Reserve Basketball. 2. 5: Intramural Sports. 3. 4. C. JOHN DOWDS, JR. Student Council. 2. 3: Forum StaHf. 4: Hi-Y. 2, 5. 4: Intramural Sports, Z. 4: Vedette Staff. 4. MARJORY DREW F. N. A.. Treasurer, 2: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 3. 4: Forum Show. 1. 4: Marching Band. Concert Band, 3, 4: French Club. 5: Y-Teen Service Committee Chairman, 4. JOHN R. DUDGEON F. F. A.. 1: Class Play Stage Crew, 3. KENNETH N. EASTERDAY Forum Show. 4: Varsity Football, 1, 2, 5, 4: Intramural Sports, 3. 4. SENIORS 53 SENIORS 54 ROBERT N. EASTMAN jacket journal - Radio Program. Sports Editor. 41 Key Club. Z. 5. 4: Forum Show. 'ig Class Play. 5: Varsity Football. 5. 4: Reserve Football. lg Intramural Sports. 5: Class Play, fi. JUDITI-I ANNE EDICK Student Council, 2. 4 - President. -1: National Honor Society. 5. 43 Scholarship Team. 1. 2. 5. 4: F. N. A.. 2: Y-Teens. l. 2. 5 - Secretary. 2: Foruwt Show. el: Marching Band. 2. 5. 4: Con- cert Eand. 2. 5. 4: Orchestra. 5. 4: Dance Band. 5. -iz French Club. 1. 2. 3. -l. PATSY K. EVERETT BARBARA EYSTER Student Council. l. 25 Forum Staff. 43 Library Staff. 5: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 5: Forum Show. l. 2. 5, ei. Attendant to Forum Queen. 5. ri: Marching Band. 1. 2. 5. -it Concert Band. 1. 2, 5. -ig G. A. A.. 2. 5: French Club. 3. fi. WILLIAM A. FERRIE F. F. A.. 2. 5. -ig Hi-Y, 43 Reserve Track, 2. Varsity Track, 4. DEAN FERRIS Frofcction Club. 2. 3. 4g Choir. 5. 43 Intramural Sports. 1. 2, 3, 4. FRANCES L. FLECKNOE F. H. A.. -iq Tri-Teens, 2. 5: F. B. L. A., 3. -1. MARY K. FLECKNOE Student Council, 2: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 5: Marching Band. 1. 2. 5. 45 Concert Band. l. 2. 5. -ig Intramural Sports, lg G. A. A.. 1. 2. 5: Spanish Club, 1: F. B. L. A., 3. 4. TIMOTHY EUGENE FRARY Student Council. -1: Hi-Y. 5: Marching Band, 2. DONALD W. FRAZER Scholarship Team. 1. 53 Hi-Y, 3, 4, LARRY D. FRYE Quill and Scroll. 5. -lg Scholarship Team. 21 jacket journal Editor, -6: Hi-Y. 4: Class Play. 5: Intramural Bowling. 2. 5. -1: French Club. 5. i - President. 4: Vcdette Staff. -6. SHARON GALLAGHER Marching Band. 1. 2: Concert Band, 1, 2. PAULA SUE GAMBLE Y-Teens. 1, 2. 5. LLOYD E. GAUMER Key Club. -iz Marching Band. 1. 2, 3. 'ig Con- cert Band. 2. 5. -i: Bowling Team, 4. ROBERT W. GIEHL Hi-Y, 4g Spanish Club, 1. 2. MIKE GILCHRIST Student Council. l: National Honor Society. 3, -'iz Scholarship Team. 1. 2. 5. ri: Projection Club. 1. 2. 5. -1: Intramural Bowling, 43 French Club, 1, 2, 5, Al. BARBARA GOODALL Forum Show, 5: Choir. l. 2. 5: Spanish Club, 3, -I. CONNIE GRAHAM Y-Teens. I, 2. 5: Forum Show, 2g F. B. L. A., 4. MARILYN SUE GRAVES Y-Teens. 1. 2. 5: Forum Show, 1. 2, 5, 4g Choir. 7 5 5 ..,,,-. CAROL GRIMM PAUL GRIMM Intramural Sports, 4. SHIRLEY JEAN GRUBAUGI-I F. H. A.. I: Y-Teens. I. 2. PAMELA ANN GUEULETTE Student Council. 5. 43 F. T. A., I. 2. 3. -I - Historian. Vice President: Y- Teens, I, 2, 5. -it Forum Show, 5: Class Play, 5, 4, Marching Band, 2, 3, -iz Concert Band. I. 2, 5, 4g French Club, 5, 4g Junior Senior Prom Chairman. 33 Senior Day Chairman, 4: Modern XVorld History Club. 43 Vedette Staff. -5. ZELMA LEE GUY Scholarship Team, 3: Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, -6, Secretary-Treasurer, 4: Y-Teens. 1, 2, 3, -ig Spanish Club, 3, fig Forum StaR', 4. DAVID ALLEN HAMMOND Student Council fNewarkJ 1: Hi-Y. lNewarkj I: Key Club, 5. -6: Choir. lNewarkJ 1: Reserve Football, 2: Reserve Basketball, fNewarkJ I: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JAYE HARMON Forum Staff, 4, Y'Teens, 1. 2. 3, 4: Marching Band. 1. 2. 3. 45 Orchestra, 1. 2. 5. 49 Concert Band, l. 2, 5, -1: G. A. A., fig Spanish Club, 5: Class Play. 4. JOHN HOUSTON HEINTZ Hi-X, 1, 2. 5: Intramural Sports. 1. 2. 3. .ig Tennis Team, 2, 3, 43 French Club, 3. JOHN D. HENTHORN Student Council, 4: Projection Club. 5. -i. RUTH ANN HENTHORN F. B. L. A.. -iz F. H. A.. 4, Name Carcl An- nouncement Committee. 4. ROGER HESS Student Council. 2: Scholarship Team, -6: Intra- mural Sports, 1, 2. SENIORS 55 SENIORS Tl' 56 CURTIS EUGENE HICKS Student Council. 1: Hi-Y. 3, 4g Choir 1: Re- serve Basketball Manager, 23 Intramural Sports. l. 1. 5. bi. GARY DANIEL HILL Key Club. 5: Marching Band. 1. 2. 5: Concert Band. 2. 3: Choir. 2. 5. Ai: Intramural Sports. . 2. 5. 6. RODGER HILL Varsity Football Manager, 5. 5: Intramural Sports 2. 3: Spanish Club. 23 Track Team Manager. 5. DALLAS WESLEY HINES F. F. A.. 1: Forum Show. -6: Varsity Football. 1. 5. i: Reserve Football. 1. JAMES B. HOAR Reserve Football, l, 25 Intramural Sports, 1. 2. 5: Spanish Club. 2. 3. ROBERT LEE HOAR Intramural Sports, 5. -4: Bowling Team. 3. SUSAN A. HOLCOMBE Scholarship Team. 2. -i: jacket journal Staff. -i: Y-Teens, l. 2, 5. -6: Class Play. -iz Marching Band. 1. 2. 3. -ig Concert Band. I. 1. 5. 'il Orchestra. l. 2. 5, -ig French Club. 5, vi: Junior Senior Prom Committee Chairman. 5: Senior Night Committee Chairman, -l: F. T. A.. -4. SHARON A. HORN Student Council. 5, 4: jacket Journal Staff. ,ig F. T. A.. i: F. N. A.. l. Z: Y-Teens. l. 2. 5, -il Forum Show. 1. -ig Class Play, 4g Marching Band Librarian, 2. 5, 4: Concert Band, 2. 5. -6 - Secretary, Al: Spanish Club. Vice President. 5. Treasurer, -i. SUE KATHRYN HOUGH F. T. A.. ri: F. N. A., 1. 21 Forum Show, lg Intramural Sports. -ig Y-Teens, 1. 2, 5. Ai. DANIEL C. HUGHES Hi-Y, 5: Key Club. ei: Class Play. 5: Stage Crew Forum Show. rl: Varsity Basketball. 5. 4. LINDA CAROL HUNTER Student Council. -iq Y-Teens. 5. ri: Forum Show. -ig Orchestra. 1. Z. 3. -ig Spanish Club. 59 Class Play, 4. MARSHA R. HYATT Student Council. l. 2: Y-Teens. l. 2. 3, Ai: Forum Show. l. Z. 3. -iz F. B. I.. A.. 5, -i - Vice President. 4: Pep Club. 43 Program Chair- man. F. B. L. A., 4. SHARYN K. ILGER Student Council. 5. 4: Y-Teens, I. 2. 5. -iz Forum Show. l. 2. 5. -i - junior Court. 51 Senior Court. ei: Marching Band. l. 2. 5. I: Concert Band, l. .Z. 5. ,ig Intramural Sports. 1. 2. 5: G. A. A., l. 2. 51 F. B. L. A.. 5. -4. PEGGY JEAN JAMBOSKI F. N. A.. 2: I-I. -la Y4Teens. 2. l: Forum Show. I1 Choir, l. 1. VIRGINIA LORRAINE JEFFERSON Marching Band. 1, 2: Concert Band, 2: Choir. -i ELLEN M, JONES Y-Teens. 1. 2: Cadet Chorus, 1: F. B. L. A.. 4: Spanish Club, 2. LARRY W. JONES F. F. A., 1. Z: Marching Band, 1, 2: Concert Band. 1. 2: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 5, 4: Spanish Club, 4. MARTHA ANN KEENAN Library Staff. 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Forum Show, 1. 2. 5, Qi: Marching Band, 1: Choir, 1. 2. 3: French Club. I. GARY L. KERR Student Council Juke Box Commissioner. 2: Scholarship Team, 4: Hi-Y, 1: Class Play Stage Crew, jg Intramural Sports. 5: Bowling, 4: Span- ish Club. Z. 5 -- President, 2. CAROLYN ELEANOR KING Forum Staff Subscription Manager, 4: F. T. A.. 2: Y-Teens, 2, 4: G. A. A., 5, 4: Pep Club, 2. 3: Class Play, 4. LINDA MARIE KINNARD F. B. L. A.. 5, 4 - President, 4: G. A. A., 1. PATRICIA F. KINNEY Forum Stan' Advertising Manager. 4: F. N. A., 1, Z: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 5. 4: Forum Show Junior Court, 3: Senior Court. 4: Intramural Sports. 2, 4: French Club President. 5, Secretary. 4: Cheerleader, 5, 4: Pep Club, 2, 3. 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 5. 4. LYNN KIRACOFE Quill and Scroll. 4: Scholarship Team. 5, 4: Jacket Journal Staff. 4: Y-Teens. 2: Class Play. 5: Spanish Club. 4: French Club. I. 2. 3. 4. RICHARD B. KNOHL Projection Club, 1. 2. 3, 4: Orchestra, 1: Span- ish Club, 1. 2: Class Play. 4. PHILLIP ERLE KNOX Student Council, 1, 2: Key Club. 1. 2. 3. 4: Forum Show, I. 2. 5, 4: Class Play. 5: Marching Band. l. 2. 3: Concert Band. 1, 2. 5: Orchestra. l, 2. 5: Golf, 4: Senior Class Gift Committee Chairman. 4: Dance Band, 1. 2. 3. DAVID CARY KOCH Intramural Sports. 1, 2. 5, 4: Spanish Club, 2: Track. 4, LINDA SUE KOST Student Council, 4: Y-Teens. l. 2. 3, 4: Forum Show, 2. 4: Spanish Club. 2: Pep Club. 5. -ig F. B. L. A., 4: Intramural Sports, 2, 4. MARY LOU KOST F. H. A.. 4: Y-Teens, 1. Z, 5. 4: Forum Show. Ex, Spanish Club, 1: Pep Club, 5, 4: F. B. L. BETTY JEAN KYMER National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholarship Team, l, 2. 5: Forum Staff. 4: F. T. A.. 2: Y-Teens, 1, Z, 5, 4: Marching Band. Z. 5, 4: Concert Band, Z, 5. 4 - Treasurer: Orchestra. 3, fig French Club, 5, 4 4 Vice President, 3, Secretary, 4. ALICE JEAN LAMB F. T. A.. 5: Y-Teens. 1. 5. 4 fat Rcynoldsburgb: Girls' Bowling League, 4. SENIORS 57 SENIORS 58 ROBERT W. LEE Student Council, 15 Projection Club, 1: F. F. A.. l. 2, 3. 4 - Vice President, 45 Hi-Y. 1. 2: Key Club, I. BETTY JEAN LEEDY M. EUGENE LEITER Key Club. 2, 5. 4 - President 3: Intramural Sports, 2g Chairman Senior Prom, -ig Class Play, 4. DANIEL RAY LEVERING Scholarship Team, 23 Hi-Y, 5. fi A- President. -it Intramural Sports, 5. 4: Spanish Club Treas- urer, 4. ASHBY A. LEWIS, III Key Club, 2. 3 7 Secretary. 3: Marching Band. 1, 2, 3: Concert Band. 2. 5: Orchestra. 3g In- tramural Sports, 1: Forum Show. 1. BONNIE JEAN LEWIS Y-Teens. 1. 2, Marching Band, Z: Choir, 2, 5, Ai. CYNTHIA SUE LITTLE Y-Teens, 5, -iz Forum Show, 3, 4 - Junior At- tendant, 5. Senior Attendant. Jig Choir. 1, 2. 5: Intramural Sports, 4g G. A. A., 5. -iz Cheer- leader at Gambier, 1. I-IARLAN N. LOCKHART F. F. A., l, Z, -i. RITA LOCKHART gKt4Amity, I. 2, F. H. A., 1. 2, 3: Choir, 1. 2. ELLEN L. LORD Y-Teens. 4: Forum Show. 5: Class Play Property Committee. 5: Choir, 1. 2: Intramural Sports, 2, -in G. A. A.. l. 2, Spanish Club, 35 F. B. L. A., 3. GLENN R. MACKIN Scholarship Team. 2: Varsity Football. 2, 3. Li: Reserve Football. lp French Club. 5. -iz Track, 2. 51 Physical Training. 2. 3. KAREN LYNN MALONE F. T. A.. 5. 4: Y-Teens, 1. 2, 3. 43 Class Play, 4g G. A. A., 23 F. B. L. A., 3. 4. LEWIS MARTIN Hi-Y. l. Z. 51 Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4: Reserve Football. 12 Reserve Baseball, 1: Intramural Sports, l. 2: Spanish Club. .Zz Track Team. 2, 5. HARVEY JAMES MATTHEWS Scholarship Team, 23 F. F. A., 1, 2 - Treasurer l. at Gambier. MICHELE MAZZA Student Council, 2. 5. 4 - Treasurer -i: Y-Teens. 1, 2, 3, -fi - Treasurer 1: Forum Show. 2. 3. -6 - Junior Court. 5. Senior Court. .iz Intramural Sports, 2, -iz Spanish Club. 2 - President 2g F. B. L. A., 3, -iz Pep Club, 2. 5. 4 f Vice President, 3. President 4. DIXIE LEE MCCORD Cadet Chorus. 1: F. B. L. A.. 3, 43 All School Play, Ig Scholarship Team, 5, Y-Teens, I, 23 Senior Class Committee Chairman, 4, Class Play 4. WILLIAM PAUL MCDONALD Varsity Track. 2. 5. 4: Varsity Football, 2. 5, 4, Reserve.Football. lg Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 5, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 5. PATRICIA MCFARLAND F. H. A.. 1, 2. DANNY O'NEIL McKEE Intramural Sports, 3, 4. BETH MCKINLEY Jacket journal Staff. -1: Y-Teens, 1. 2, 3, 4, Forum Show, 5: Intramural Sports. 33 G. A. A.. 1, 1, 5, Senior Class Treasurer, Pep Club, 2, 5. SUSAN MCLAUGHLIN At Bishop Shanahan High School, 1. 2g Student Council. Z3 Y-Teens. 39 Choir, 2, G. A. A., 4: French Club. 5. 4: Cheerleader. 2g Modern World History Club, 4 - Secretary. SUSAN A. MCMAHON Y-Teens, 1. 2: Forum Show. 2. 4: Spanish Club. 2 f Treasurer, F. B. L. A., 4. BONNIE BETH McPHERSON F. T. A.. I. -1: Y-Teens, l. 2. 3, 4, Forum Show. -is Marching Band. 1. 2. 3. 4: Concert Band, 1. 2, 5. 4 - Vice President, 4g Orchestra, 1. 2, 5, 4, French Club, 4. BARBARA L. McVEY Student Council, 1. 2, F. N. A., Ig F. H. A.. 2, 3, 4 - Secretary. 3. President, 43 F. F. A.. Queen. 2: Y-Teens, 3, 4, Pep Club. 2. PATRICIA ANN MELCHER Student Council. 2, 4: Jacket Journal Staff, 4: F. T. A.. l. 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens, 1. 2. 5. 4 -- Treasurer, 5. President. 4: Forum Show. 1, Class Play. 51 Marching Band. I. 2. 5. 4: Concert Band. l, 2. 5. 4: French Club, 5, 4. DENNY L. MILLER JEANNINE K. MILLS Y-Teens. 5, 43 Forum Show, 5, 41 Choir, 3. 4. WILLIAM MAC MONETTE Scholarship Team. 2, Gambier: Hi-Y. 3: March- ing Band, 1. 2. Gambier, Orchestra. 1. Z. Gam- bier, Intramural Sports. 3, 43 Spanish Club, Gambier, 2. JUDITH M. MORAN THOMAS L. MORROW Bowling. I, 2, 5, 4. SENIORS 59 SENIORS 60 FREDRICK W. MOSSHOLDER Projection Club. 1. 2. 5. 4: Bowling. I. Z, 5. -i. JOHN DAVID MOWERY Key Club, 5. fi - Secretary, 39 Reserve Base- ball, 1: Intramural Sports, 5, 4. KATI-IEY JO MOWREY Y-Teens, 1, 2. 5. 4: Forum Show. 5. -iz Forum Court, 5, -1: Choir. I, 2, 5, 4: French Club. 5, HARRY E. MUMAW Key Club, 2, 5. 4: Forum Show, vi: Marching Band, 1, 2. 5, -i: Concert Band. 2, 5. ti: Or- chestra, 4: Dance Band, 4, Intramural Sports. I, 2, 5, 4: Golf. 2, 5, 4: Spanish Club, Z. 52 Bowling, 5, Ai. JOSEPH H. MUM PER Student Council, Ai: Hi-Y, 2, 5: Key Club. -1: Forum Show. 2: Class Play. 5, ei: Marching Band. 1, 2. 5: Concert Band. 2. 5: Intramural Sports. 24 Spanish Club, 5. 4: Student Council Safety Committee Chairman, -i. JOYCE BERNICE MYERS Student Council. 1: Library Staff, l. Z: F. H, A,. 1: Y-Teens, 5, fi: Class Play, 1: Concert Band. l. 2: Choir, 13 Spanish Club, 2, 5: First two years at Amity High School. DAVID J. NASH Key Club, Z, 5, Ai - President. -i: Blarching Band, 1, 2, 5, Li: Concert Band, l. 2. 5. -iz Varsity Basketball, Z, 5, .ig Reserve Basketball. 2, 5, 4: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 5. Ai: Tennis. -il French Club, 54 Junior Class President: Senior Class XVill Committee Chairman. JAMES A. NEESE Student Council, 1: Varsity Football. 5. iz Re- serve Basketball, 2: Reserve Football, l. 2. RICHARD NETI-IERS Student Council Social Committee CoCha1irman, 4: Forum Show. 5. 4: Class Play, 5: Orchestra, 1, 2, 5. -i: Vice President, -i: Dance Band. 4: Varsity Football. l, 2, 5. 4: Intramural Sports, -ii gengor Class Vice President: Varsity Track. 2, , . LORINDA JANE NETOLICK Student Council, -1: Scholarship Team, 5: Jacket Journal Staff. -iz F. T. A.. I. 2. 5. 4 - Presi- dent, 4: Y'Teens, l. 2, 5. -iz Forum Show. I: Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play: Orchestra. 1, 2, 5 - President, 5: French Club, 5. ri Delegate to Wforld Affairs Institute. -i. L. MICHAEL O'HANLON Quill and Scroll. 5. -1: Forum Staff. 4 - Co- Editor: Hi-Y, 5: Key Club, -ig Forum Show, Ai: Varsity Baseball, Z. 5, 4: Reserve Basketball, 2. 5: French Club, 5. 4 g Vice President. -ig In- tramural Sports. l, 2, 5, 4: Reserve Baseball, l. CAROL ANN ORSBORN Student Council. I. -i 7 Social Committee Chair- man, -ig Jacket Journal StafT, -i: F. N. A.. I. 2: Y-Teens, I. 2, 5, fi: Forum Show, I, 2, 5, 4 - Junior and Senior Attendant: Class Play. -iz Marching Band, l. 23 Concert Band, l. Z: French Club, 5, 4: Junior Class Secretary: Wfays and Means Committee Chairman: Senior Attentlant to Football Queen. BARBARA PARNELL Student Council Executive Committee. el: Jacket Journal Stalf, -ig F. T. A., 2: Y-Teens, l, 2, 5. 4 - Cabinet, Ai: Forum Show. 5: Intramural Sports, 2: G. A. A., 1: Spanish Club, 2. 59 Pep Club, 2, 5. THOMAS M. PARNELL Student Council. iz Key Club. 2. 5, ti: Forum Show Escort. vi: Reserve Basketball. Z. 5: In- tramural Sports. 2, 5, 4: Golf. 1, 2, 5, -ig Span- ish Club, 2. MARY KATHERINE PECK F. H. A., 4: Y-Teens, I, 2. MILDRED PECK KAY PETERSON Spanish Club, 2: Secretary of Senior Class, 4, Pep Club. 43 F. B. L. A., 2, 4: Y-Teens, 1. C. MICHAEL PIERSON IfIi5Y,342 Reserve Baseball, 1: Intramural Sports. FLOYD WAYNE PIGMAN Projection Club, 2. 3, 4, Class Play, 3. Stage Crew: Marching Band. 1, 4: Concert Band Manager, 4: Dance Band Manager, 4. HOWARD VINCENT PIPES Reserve Football, 2: Reserve Baseball, 3: In- tramural Sports, 3, 4: F. B. L. A., 3. PAMELA PITKIN Forum Staff, 4: F. T. A., 3, 4: Y-Teens. l. 2. 3, 4: Forum Show. 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play. 5. 4: G. A. A., 1, 2, 53 Spanish Club, 3, 4: French Club, 2, 3. DONNA DEE POND Student Council, 2, 33 Jacket Journal Staff. -ig Library StaH, 1, 2. 3: F. N. A., l. Z: Y-Teens. 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, 1, 2. 3. -i - Junior Court, 3, Senior Court, 4: Intramural Sports. 2. 3, 4, G. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 39 Girls' Bowling, 4: Publicity Chairman, Y-Teens, 3. PATRICIA JEAN PORTER Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Choir, 3, 4. VICTOR C. REFELD Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN RENTZ National Honor Society, 3, 4: Key Club. 5: Forum Show. 3, 4: Varsity Football. 1. 2, 3. 4: Intramural Sports. 1. 2. 3, 4: Treasurer of Junior Class: Track Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, DARRELL R. REYNOLDS Hi-Y, 3, Forum Show, 4: Varsity Football. 4: Intramural Sports. l. 2, 3. 4: President of Senior Class: Track Team, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH LEE RHOADES Key Club, 4: Marching and R. O. T. C. Band at Gloucester, Massachusetts: Concert Band. 2: Spanish Club, 2, EVAN BLAIR RICE Student Council, 4: Scholarship Team. l, 2, 3. 4, Library Staff, 1, 2. 3 - Vice President. 3: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Forum Show. 1: Class Play. 3. 4: Marching Band, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band. 1. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra. 4: French Club. 3. -iz Chairman Senior Play Committee: All School Play. 3. 4: Track, 3. PATTY Jo RILEY F. T. A., 4: F. N. A.. 1. 2: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3. -in Forum Show, 4: Marching Band. 2. 3. 4: Con- cert Band. 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club. 3: Music and XVorship Committee Chairman Tri-Teens, 2. FRANCIS RINEHART Hi-Y, 3: Intramural Sports. 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 43 Reserve Baseball, 1. SENIORS 61 SENIORS 62 DONNA EILEEN ROBERTSON Y-Teens, 1, 2, Orchestra, 1. CONNIE KAE RODGERS E'-Teens, 5, At Ashland, F. H. A., 1, 2, G. A. A., WALTER M. RUDIN, JR. Hi-Y, 2, 5, 4, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Reserve Football, 1, Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 5, Spanish Club, 2, 33 Track Team, 2, 5, 4. ELIZABETH PECK SALLS Y-Teens, 5, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4. DAVID F. SANNER Student Council, 4, Key Club, 2, 3, 4, Class Play, Stage Crew, 5, Marching Bantl, 1, 2, 5, Concert Band, 1, 2. 3: Intramural Sports, 2, 5, 4, Modern World History Club, 4 - President. KAY ANN SCOTT F. H. A. QAmityJ 1, 2, Class Play CAmityJ 1, Choir fAmityJ 1. BARBARA ANN SCHONAUER F. H. A., 1, 2, 4, Y-Teens, 3. HENRY RANSOM SEBACH Key Club, 3, 4, Intramural Sports. 2, 5. -iz Spanish Club, 3, 4, Varsity Track Team. 5, 4. LINDA K. SEVERNS Jacket Journal Staff, 4, Y-Teens, 1, 2, 5, 4, Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play. 3, March- ing Band, 1. Z. 5. 4, Concert Band. 2, 5, 45 French Club, 5, 4. VIRGINIA EILEEN SHANNON F. H. A., 4, Y-Teens, 1. 2. 5, 4: Choir. 1. 2. 5,4. MARGARET E. SHIELDS Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, Forum Show, 4, Spanish Club, 5, 4, All High School Play, 4, Class Play, 4. TERRY SHIRA Forum Show. 3: Varsity Football. 1. 2, 3, 4: Reserve Football, 1, Reserve Basketball. 2, In- tramural Sports, 4, Track Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. GENEVA ANNE SHRONTZ Student Council, 4, F. T, A., 4, Y-Teens. 1, 2. 3, 4, Forum Show, 1. 4, Marching Band, 1, 2. 5, 4, Concert Band, 1, 2, 5, 4, Spanish Club, 5. 4. DAVE SILVERWOOD Varsity Football, 2. 3: Varsity Baseball, 1, 2, 5, Intramural Sports. 1, Z. GARY GEORGE SIEVERT All High School Play. 4: Junior Class President at St. Vincent de Paul High School. CLARA MAE SMITH JANICE MARIE SMITH Senior Prom Committee, 4. LANA JEAN SMITH F. N. A.. 13 Y-Teens, 43 Forum Show, -ig March- ing Band, 2. 5. -ig Concert Band, 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club, 4, Attendant to Football Queen, 4. SHARON SUE SNYDER Y-Teens, 1, 2, 33 F. B. L. A., 3, 4 - Secretary. 43 Pep Club, 4, Spanish Club Vice President, 2. JAMES C. SOWERS Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Forum Show. 3, -ig Intramural Sports, lg Spanish Club, 2, Pep Club, 4. JOHN MICHAEL SOWERS Hi-Y, 2, 3, Forum Show, 3, 4. STEVEN C. SPEAKS Student Council, 41 Varsity Football, 1, 2 fGam- bierb, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball, 2 fGambierj, 3, 4: Reserve Basketball, 1 iGambierjg Intramural Sports, 3, 4, French Club, 3. GLENN RICHARD SPELLMAN DIANNE L. STAATS At Amity F. H. A., 1: Spanish Club. 2: Class Treasurer, 23 Spanish Club Secretary, 2. KATHRYN STEINMETZ At Gambier Newspaper Staff. 1: Library StaH, 3: Marching Band. 1: Choir. 1, 2, 3: Poster and Lettering Club, 51 Dramatic Club. 3. LAURALIE STRINGFELLOW BAKER Y-Teens, 19 Spanish Club, 2. EDWARD L. STROUSE DWIGHT E. STRYKER F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDITH A. STULL Student Council, 15 Y-Teens, 1. HAROLD IRVING STURTEVANT Projection Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play, 3, 4. SENIORS l 63 SENIORS 64 LINDA JEANNE STURTEVANT Y-Teens, 1, 2. 5, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 5 g Sec- retary-Treasurer, 33 Spanish Club, 1. 2: Forum Show, 1, 4: French Club, 3, 4g Chairman of Decorating Committee for Junior-Senior Prom, 3: Class Play, 4. SHIRLEY ANN SUMMERS F. H. A., 1g Y-Teens, 1. NORMAN ROLLIN TABOR Class Play, 4. REBECCA S. TALBOTT F. H. A., 1, 2 at Amity. BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR F. H. A., QAmityJ 1, 2, Cheerleader CAmityJ 1, 25 Vice President of Class, 1, 2 qAmityJ. JANET M. TAYLOR SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR Student Council, I, 2, Y-Teens, 1, 2, Intramural Sports, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., 1. KAREN LEE THOMPSON F. T. A., 4, F. N. A., 1, 2: Class Play, 4: All High School Play, 45 Y-Teens, 1. 2. 5. 4: March- ing Band, 1. 2, 33 Concert Band, 1, Z, 3, Or- chestra, 33 French Club, 5. 4, Modern World History Club, 4. PATRICIA ANN THORNTON Student Council, 4, Scholarship Team. 5: Y- Tcens, 3, 45 French Club, 1, 2, 5, 43 Class Play, 4. RONALD K. TOPP Forum Staff, Ig Hi-Y, I3 Key Club, 2, Varsity Baseball, 2, 5, 45 Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 5. 4: Spanish Club, 5. LESLIE ANN TRACE Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports, 2, 5: F. B. L. A., 4. CHERYL ANN UNDERWOOD Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4. TOM VAN VOORHIS Marching Band, 1, 2, 33 Intramural Sports, 3, -ig Spanish Club, 2, French Club, I, 4. ANN WACKER Student Council. 29 National Honor Society. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll, 3. 4: Scholarship Team, 1, 3, Forum Staff Editor. :ig Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, 1, -iq Class Play, 3: Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Band, 1, 3, SHERRY L. WAGNER BONNIE XVALLACE CAROLYN KAY WANTLAND Jacket Journal, 43 F. T. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 -- Sec- retary. 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum Show, 5, French Club, 3. 4. KATHLEEN L. WARNER F. H. A.. 1, 2, 5, 49 Class Play, 33 Choir. 1, 2, 3. JOYCE MARIE WARREN Jacket Journal Staff 43 Y-Teens, 3, 4, Forum Show. 3, 4 - Senior Court, 4: Choir, 1, 2, Football Queen, 43 G. A. A., 1, 2, 5. WILLIAM DOUGLAS WATSON Student Council, 3: Scholarship Team, 23 Class Play. 5: Choir, 3, Intramural Sports, 5, 43 French Club, 1, 23 All High School Play, 5. ILA VAY WEBB Choir, 4. JANICE PAULINE WELKER At Amity, F. H. A., 1, Z. 4g Class Play, I. 2: Concert Band, 1, 2, Choir, 1, 2g Y-Teens, 3. JANICE WEST WILLIAMS At Gambier. Marching Band, 1, 2, Choir, 1, 2, 3. RANDALL WHITE F. F. A., 2, 3, 4. ALVA WILHELM, JR. Varsity Football, 3, 4: Reserve Football, 2: In- tramural Sports, 1, 2. 5, 4: Varsity Track, 2. 33 F. B. L. A., 5. LARRY D. WILLIAMS Intramural Sports, 4. JUDY XVILSON Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club, 3, 4. WILLIAM A. WOOD Student Council, lg Jacket Journal Radio Pro- gram, 4: Key Club. 4: Class Play. 45 Marching Band. 2, 3, 49 Concert Band, 53 Spanish Club, 2, 33 Reserve Football, 1: Intramural Sports, 5. LAWRENCE WOODLAND Track Team, 2. DAWN ELYNNE VVOODWARD Student Council. 1. 3: National Honor Society, 5. 4: Scholarship Team. I. 2, 5. 43 Y-Teens. 5. 45 Forum Show, 1, 4, Choir, 51 French Club, 3, 4 - Vice President -iz Vice President junior Class, D. A. R. Good Citizen, 4. SENIORS 65 SENIORS C am em Shy DONALD BLANKENSHI P MARY BLUBAUGH JUNE CHRISTOPHER PHILLIP FROST RICHARD R. GREEN SALLY V. IMEL 66 CHARLES MOWERY BARBARA PORTER ROBERT L. SNYDER CAROLYN ST. JOHN ELGENE WILSON BROOKE ALAYNE WRIGHT F. N. A.. 1, 2: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3. ei: Forum Show, -ig Marching Band, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band. 2, 5, 4g G. A. A., 5. GEORGIANNA LEE WRIGHT In Hawaii, Library Staff 3: F. H. A., 2: Choir, 1, Spanish Club, 53 F. B. L. A., fi. NANCY JEAN WYTHE F. T. A.. 3. 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 43 Choir, 5, 'ig Spanish Club, 3. DAVE YARMAN Student Council, 1g Varsity Football, 2. 5: Re- serve Football, lg Track Team, 1, 2, 5, Wfeight- lifting, 1, 2, 3. LALLIE JANE YARMAN Scholarship Team, 53 Forum Staff, -iz F. H. A., I CAmitYJ1 Class Play, 4, F. T. A.. ei: Y-Teens. 35 Concert Band, 1, 2,fAmityJ 5. -iz Choir. 1AmityJ I, 25 G. A, A., 41 Spanish Club, 2, v QAmityj. PAUL XV. YARMAN Varsity Football. 3: Intramural Sports, 43 Span- ish Club, 4. ROBERT I. YAUGER F. F. A., 1, 2. 3. Ai: Key Club. -1: Forum Show, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 1, 2. 3, -3: Reserve Basket- ball, 23 Intramural Sports, 3, Ai, Track, 1, 2, 5. MARY K. YOAKAM Student Council, I CAmityl: Scholarship Team 5, Jacket Journal Staff, Mig F. H. A,, 1 lAmityJ Marching Band, 3, 4, Concert Band, I, 2. CAmityb 3. 4, Spanish Club, 2 lAmity, Prusidcnth Soghomorc Class President fAmitylg Class ay, . JOSEPH J. YOUST Varsity Football, 3. 41 Reserve Football. 1, 21 Intiamural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track Team, 7 3, . LINDA MARY ZOLLARS F. H. A., I, 2. 4, Y-Teens, 51 Class Play, 1 CAmityJg Concert Band, 1, 2 1Amityjg Choir I, 25 fAmitYlZ F. B. L. A., 3. DENNIS M. ZOLMAN Forum Show. I. 2. 5: Concert Band, 1: Re- serve Football, 1. RICHARD ALLEN HILES SENIORS Senior Class ofiicers plan strategy. Left to right are Class President, Dar- rell Reynoldsg Secretary, Kay Petersong Treasur- er, Beth McKinleyg and Vice-President, Dick Nethers. Seniors happily accept the flrst sign of graduation - measurements for caps and gowns. Rick Day smiles as Sharon Bateman tries to shrink his head with a measuring tape. Dick Dowdell wants to be sure that Patty Porter's gown does not drag on the ground. Here come the seniors enjoying the annual senior march at their iinal summer band camp. 67 A few members of the senior class, In the polished performance, Evan Rice, Lorinda Netolick, joe Mumper, and Evain Dgk Christopher, and Lorinda Netolick enact ' , h ' ' f h l b t' s . :CZ rffiltftilltfgifspS3'ffnLa13Zaifmlhl a mm IC me class play. SENIOR CLASS PRESENTS "STAGE DOOR" CAST Olga Brandt ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,- P at Thornton Terry Randall ..... Lorinda Netolick Mattie ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,...,.,,,.,...................... Sharon Horn Mary Harper CBig Mary? ,....... Margaret Shields Mary McCune CLittle Maryj .... Susan Holcombe Bernice Niemeyer Madeleine Vauclain .....,............ Dixie L. McCord Karen Thompson Judith Canfield ,..,..,... ...... ' ........ P at Devin Ann Braddock ........ ..,.. M ary Yoakam Kaye Hamilton ....... ,.,.......... J anet Carik Linda Shaw .,,....,., ....... S haron Beckett jean Maitland ..... .... C arol Orsborn Bobby Melrose ,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P am Pitkin Louise Mitchell ,,,,,., i,,,,i,, L inda Sturtevant Susan Paige .....,.... ....... P am Gueulette Pat Devine ,,i,,.....,. . . ..,i,.,,iv.i.. Linda Hunter Kendall Adams ..........,..................... Carolyn King Tony Gillette ..,... Ellen Fenwick ..... Mrs. Orcutt ..... Frank .,.,...,............ Sam Hastings ...... jimmy Devereaux Fred Powell ............ ....... Lou Milhauser ....... v..,i. David Kingsley ..... .,.,.. Keith Burgess t.,., Mrs. Shaw ,,....,. Dr. Randall ,........ Larry Westcott .... Billy tt...,.,.,tt....,..,, Adolph Gretzl t,... Barbara Harmon Karen Lynn Malone Lallie Yarman Gene Leiter Richard Day Norman Tabor Bill Wood Harold Sturtevant Dick Christopher Evan Rice Carolyn Baer Joe Mumper ........ Norman Tabor .. .......... ......,V.. G ene Leiter Richard Knohl The living room houses Sunday morning loungers and scattered papers as the cast seemingly "takes-it-easy." Those on stage have to remember not to get too engrossed in the papers so no one will miss a cue. 68 Senior girls amuse audience with a Larry Frye and Pam Gueulette present comedy skit. Popularity Poll awards. SENIOR DAY ACTIVITIES Seniors file into auditor- ium escorted by junior class officers. Marvaret Burffess Uives "Farewell Ad- O . D D dress" to Seniors. Seated are class officers, President, Darrel Reynoldsg Vice- The Prophecy committee tells what President, Dick Nethersg Secretary, Kay will become of our seniors in twenty-five Petersong and Treasurer, Beth McKinley. years. Seniors dance at Country Club Boys get refreshments for their dates. to music of George Nash's Combo. WE COULD HAVE DANCED ALL NIGHT The theme of this year's Senior Prom was "The Golden Touch." The Prom at the Country Club was followed by 21 movie at the Vernon Theater, and the final senior breakfast at the K. of P. Hall. 70 Seniors chat with their dates and enjoy refresh- ments on Country Club veranda. Geneva Shrontz, Margar- et Shields, Beth McPherson, and Susan Holcombe busy themselves by stretching W ' l 5 crepe paper for the all- ., night party at the K of P . hall. We S' 4 , 1 1 me V w i '21 ' ' f DROOPY EYES WERE SIGNS OE AN EXCITING EVENING Below we see what everyone did most of the time they stayed at L'Ange Bleu, a specially constructed night club CThe Blue Angelb. The entire evening was spent eating Cpotato chips, rolls, cookies, cereal, and candyb, drinking Cpop. cocoa, milk, coffee, and juiceb, dancing, and throwing candy at each other. Al- though possibly not representing a typical night club, L'Ange Bleu represented quite a bit of work, thought, and fun. 71 C 011zme1zce11ze1zt june 6, 1961 Parents and friends take pictures of Seniors re- ceiving diplomas. It's all over now as sen- iors file out of the Academy pavilion carrying their diplomas. Carolyn King has just received her diploma from Dr. Kiracofe. NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS Five seniors at lNIount Vernon High School were named finalists in the 1960-1961 National Merit Scholarship Program competition and were awarded Certificates of Merit. These seniors attained finalist status by their distinguished performances on two tests and upon endorsement by their high school. About six-tenths of one per cent of the seniors in each state will receive the awards. The students were left to right Evan Rice, Margaret Burgess, jim Annable, Bob Buker, and Ann Wacker Cnot in picture.J SENIOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS COOPER-BESSEMER FINALISTS Each year the Cooper-Bessemer Corporation awards a scholarship of S250 to an outstanding boy or girl in the senior class. The finalists were left to right Dawn Wfoodward, Mike Gilchrist, Ann Wacker, and Margaret Burgess. Bob Buker was missing from the picture. The winner of the a- ward was Ann Wacker. D.A.R. GOOD CITIZENSHIP CERTIFICATE AWARD For qualities of dependability, leadership, service, and patrio- tism, the Daughters of the Amer- ican Revolution awarded the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Certifi- cate to Dawn Woodward. Lorin- da Netolick, who is on the right, was the runner-up for the award. PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS SCHOLARSHIP Mike Gilchrist was awarded the ninth Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company science and engineering scholarship. The selection was made from six local finalists who were left to right: john Rentz, Bob Buker, Mike Gilchrist, Patrick Roberts Cfrom St Vincent de Pauli, jack Dowds, and jim Annable. I g-I--pa-mmm-1"" w . W .af ---- : - --'-- -'---- : ' D , , . umm ,,,., .,.., I . . IUNIORS Williaxix Albert Richard Alley Dennis Annett Larry Ashcraft Robert Austin Ron Ayers jean Baker jack Bartlett Linda Barton Saundra Beck Jim Beeman Richard Bemiller james Bergs Phyllis Biggs Melodee Black Chancy Blair Glen Blair Robert Blue Jerry Boling Harry Bouton Barbara Bowman Jane Boyd Marcella Boyer Joyce Bryan William Buker Linda Burggraf Dick Burke Jo Ann Byrd Richard Byrd Nancy Cagwin Barbara Carper Steven Carter Sharon Cary Carolyn Cassaday Maurice Champion james Chandler Connie Jo Clark Serita Clayborne Don Clements Frances Cline Connie jo Clippinger Robert Clutter Marilyn Cofflng Susan Colville Dave Cornell james Cowlin james Crago Robert Crawford Phillip Crider Tom Cunningham James Curfman Elizabeth Daniel Ronnie Darling Frank Davidson Carole Davis Nancy Delaney George Delgouffre John Dennis Phil DePolo Irvin Drew Sharon Earley Virginia Ellis Ronald Fawcett Stephen Fletcher Carolyn Foreman Patricia Fowler jerry Franz Mike Fribley Larry Frost Charles Frye Sharon Frye Thomas Frye Louise Fulmer jerry Gantt Mary Gardner james Garrus Dianne Garverick James George Janet George Dale Gerrard Darrell Gilbert Tom Githens Fred Goossens Donald Goulding Judith Graf Dave Graham jo Ann Graham Daniel Green Carol Greene Caroll Griesmyer Bob Griffith Sandra Guinther Mary Ann Gullett Robert Gunia Charles Hachat Patricia Hall Pamela Hamilton Sharon K. Harding Sharon S. Harding Anne Harris Sue Hart Jay Harris Melody Harris Linda Hatfield Don Heagren Sally Hellwig Allan Helser Connie Hendershott IUNIORS i i 4 JUNIORS Delores Hess Cheryl Hill James Holcomb Jerrie Hollifield Hugh Hookway Ginny Houbler Bruce Hoy Ronnie Hull Wendy Irvine Joan Jacobs Judy Jacobs Kay Jacobs Marilyn James Paul Johnson James Kahrl Dennis Kerr Sharon Kerr Jo Ann Kirch Phil Kissell Larry Kleiner Billie Knecht Charles Knox Ivena Knox Deanna Kundmiller Rosilyn Latham Douglas Little Ron Lockhart Henrietta Lord Teresa Madias Jerry Magers Trudy Maier Glenn Marchal Neal Marshall Robert Matheny Rick Mayhew Barbara McCalla Don McConnell Richard McConnell Kathleen McDonald Sharon McDowell Charlotte McFadden Elaine McKinley Luanna McKinstry John McLaughlin Frances McMahon Susanne Mellberg Barbara Meyer Paula Mickle Kay Milligan Ray Milligan John Mintier Judith Mondron Peter Mondron Sharon Moran Leonard Mosley Bill Mouer Bob Mowery Polly Moxley Ronnie Dlumaw Rosan Myers Alice Neibarger John Neibarger Nancy Newton Patricia Nutt Irene O,Brien Daniel Omlor joe Outcalt janet Paisley Victor Payne Ronald Perkins Maria Piazze Ronald Pierson Bob Pillow Steve Porterheld Lucy Pritchett Nancy Pumphrey Carl Pursel David Rardin Lewis Reese Paul Reiss Douglas Rhodes Connie Rice Connie Ridgeway Nancy Rine Patricia Rine Tom Rine Curtis Robbins Marilyn Rockwell Linda Roesler Saundra Rushton Galena Rutkowski Becky Rutter Agnes Scarvelis jean Schafer David Schmidt Shari Scott john Seavolt Sandra Shoman Linda Shultz Sue Shumaker Linda Simpson Edwin Sims Dennis Sirbaugh Evelyn Smith George Smith Larry Smith Mike Smith Thomas Speer IUNIORS JUNIORS 78 jerry Sprankel Leah Stamper Gary Statler Robert Steurer Walter Still Richard Stillings Bill Stillwagon Judy Stoutenburg George Stringfellow Dan Strong John Sturgess Dan Summers Bob Swingle Edward Tablett Sally Tanner Nancy Thomas Patty Thompson Tom Todd Barb Vail Dick VanHouten jennifer Waddell Claire Warren Martha Watson Barbara Way Harold Welsh Judy Westenbarger Cheryl White Ruby White Dave Willits Dan Wilson Donna Wingcrter Tom Wilson Dick Wolfe Charles Woodland Larry Woolson judy Workman Craig Wright john Wythe joe Yarman junior Class Ofhcers President, jay Harrisg Vice-President, Glenn Marchalg Treasurer, Sandie Guintherg Secretary, Shari Scott. THE IOLLY JUNIORS Jay Harris proves that he will do any- thing to earn money for the junior Class. Bob Gunia is the pie thrower. The juniors eagerly examine their class rings. This year the black onyx rings won again. k f . l 'ff 79 CAST Mary ,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,..,,.,,,,,,,, Leah Stamper Mrs. Ruth Dunlap ,................... Nancy Rine Frank Martz .........,......,........... Steve Carter Professor Eric Dunlap .... Dick McConnell Jennie Dunlap ,,.,,........... Carolyn Cassaday Ibby Bourgholtzer Susan Colville Carmen Stigdon ....,........... Robert Bourgholtzer ..........,..... J Sally Hellwig im Cowlin Brian Donnelly ................ Don McConnell Dean Peter Low ....,....,...... Hugh I-lookway Mrs. Mary Rebecca Low ...,.... Paula Mickle Dandy Orvis ................,....... Nancy Delaney Bert Orvis ,,,.....,.,,,....,..,............... jay Harris Clem Solotorovski .,,.. ......... J on Mintier Drum Major ............,....,,..... Glenn Marchal Cheer Leader ............,...............,,,, Shari Scott Students: Rosilyn Latham, Nancy Pum- phrey, Sharon Harding, Carolyn Fore- man, Judy Mondron, Marcella Boyer, Marilyn Cofhng, Irvin Drew, Craig XV1-ight, Ronnie Fawcett, Don Hea- gren, joe Outcalt, Bob Clutter. Bound in a mysterious world of concentration . . These are three jolly juniors backstage at rehearsal IUNIORS HAVE "A CHANGE OE HEART" The customary Junior Class play was held Change of Heart' is a comedy. This junior Friday evening, March 17, 1961. Many people Class made history - funds were added to the said this year's play was exceptional. The class budget rather than subtracted! talented cast proved without a doubt that "A Bert Orvis Cjay Harrisb asks, "Rally still goin' on?" He asks because rallies usually aren't held at that time in the These two teenagers seem far off as Professor morning. Dunlap 1Dick McConnellJ asks, "Who are you?" 80 .41 Southern C otillion While the chaperones presided un- noticed, the junior Senior Prom bloomed into an enjoyable evening under the music of john Drake and his Combo. Those who were present will surely re- member the frantic drumming of Drake. The camera reveals only a portion of the evening's festivities which included the actual dancing, the refreshments, and the interim. Refreshments were served from 10:50 until midnight, setting a precedent which avoided overcrowding in the dining hall. To the left we see a table of sociable juniors thinking. Several seniors also enjoyed the evening. At the table in the foreground are Steve Carter, Sally Hellwig, Galena Rutkowski, Glenn Marchal, Barbara Way, and Bill Buker. SOPHOMORES 82 First row: Wilnla Carik, Di- anna Boucher, Linda Colgin. Karen Brown, Loretta Clay- borne, june Brooks. Second rozr: Diana Cochran, Bonnie Butler, Carolyn Boy- le, Susan Bone, Chris Clark. Betty Bower. 'l'fJi1'1l row: john Bollinger, Bill Buckham, Tom Cornell, Bob Bracey, LeRoy Chandler. liollrlfs row: Garson Calhoon. jerry Booth, Bob Bostic, Ron Carpenter, Larry Clutter, Bob Bowden. First row: Emerson Billman, Leslie Bartels, Sharon Baney, Sue Beckley, Bonnie Blue, Sally Barncord, Cocona An- ton, Janice Blair, Gene Biggs. Second row: Bonnie Anderson. Carola Adams, Virginia Bee- ver, Ellen Beach, Rosalie Allen, Kathy Alexander, Dave Blair. Tfairzl row: Ron Annett, Steve Beach, Ron Anders, Gary Berger. Iiirxl rrnv: Wfayne Decker, Vir- gil Dudgeon, Fred Dailey, Alfred Davis, Richard Eaton, Dave Daily, Mike Crider. Second row: Phyllis Dial, Phyllis Evans, Martha Easter- day, Virginia Duclgeon, Kathy Ewers. 'fbirzl rmr: Barb Barton, Barb Eblin, Sharon Craig. Sue Earnest, Sharon Davis, Lynda Cutler, Patty Elmer. First row: Jeff Graf, Brenda Howard, Leslie Holmes, Beth Imhoff, Carol Hoecker, Pat Harris, Phil Hawkins. Second row: Bonnie Hysell, Lois Hopwood, Betty Heag- ren, Betty Hubbard, Reed Hamilton. Third row: Robert Hill, Camd- en Henthorn, Richard Good- ing, Guy Hunter. I"!llll'l!J row: Charles Hunnicut, Lowell Henthorn, Mike Hobbs, Dick Henshaw, jim Harvey. l"ir,vl row: Gretchen Garrety, Diana Fletcher, Esther Fet- ter, Joyce Gallogly, Linda Gerard, jane Fletcher, Saun- dra Finnell. Second row: John Gimn, Brian Gatchell, Karen Fritz, Liz- beth Fullemann, Charles Fithian, jack Ferrie. 'I'lJirz1 row: Bill Fox, Denny Foster, Dick Fox, Gary Gam- ble. Ifirxl row: Tom Jamboski, jerry Lambert, Bill Kymer, Randy Lanning, jacob Koch- is. Gerald Laymon, Danny Kelley. Second row: Dick Ketter, Dav- id Drake, john johnson, Bob Jewell, john Kuhn. Third row: Elizabeth Kofod, Kay Hollaway, Patty Knox, Katherine Kirch, Shirley Jackson, Marilyn Lauder- baugh. SOPHOMORES 83 SOPHOMORES AIS. our 84 lfirxl row: Ronetta Miller. Karen Miller, Carol Purdy, Bonnie Metcalf, Virginia Mills. Sefoml row: Jeannie Meekins, Linda Nutter, Darlyne Pat- ton, Patty Owens, jackie Ormandy. 'I'lJir1l row: Cynthia Montgom- ery, Dan Porter, Saundra Meharry, Bob Porter. Iionrtb rmr: Dan Mills, Tom Pilotti, Gary Porter, Mike Misicka, Dave Nicholson, Art Murphy. First row: jim Mcliinley, Shar- on Lewis, Marilyn McDow- ell, Merla Mathews, Suzanne Lester, Mary Kay McRill, Carol Mapes, Kathleen Mc- Cutcllen, Dean McCan1cnt. Second row: Larry Mcliee, Ar- lene McGee, Shirley Mawer. Loraine Lester. Patty Mack- in, Bernice May, Sharon Llewellyn, Lois McKee, Al- fred Montalbo. Third row: Charles Mclfarlancl. Tom Lepley, Dick McMahon, Larry McDonald. Firxt 1'011': Ricky Ralston. Houston Schlosser, Gary Shubert, Ron Rummel, john Reiss, Ted Show, Bob Schon- auer. Secmzfl row: Don Rogers, Margaret Scholp, Ginny Rowley, Betsy Shaw, Robin Rhoades, Gerry Shoemaker, Wfaync Shellenlwarger. Third row: Marilyn Rogers, Dixie Robbins, Ruby Rouse. Jeanne Shiek, Carol Mapes, Judy Roberts. Berry Refiitt. lfirxl l'0ll'Z Bob White, Patti Wynn, Anna Youst, Karen Workman, Pam Whitney, Joy Wagner, Alice Wolf, Tom Wise. Secoml row: Joyce Yarman, Martha Ward, Karen Week- ley, Karen Vernon, Linda West. Third Tom Withgott, Doug Wi!- Mike Van Aman, row: Bob Wfilliams, liams, Steve Walker, lNlike Ulrey, Steve Yarman. row: Richard Vail, Follrlb james Parsons, Fred Work- man, Tom Woodward, Bob Walpole, jim Wolford. lfiflb raw: jim Waddell, Ed- win Ruhl, Brian Wynkoop, Vaughn Wiester. Ifirsl row: Chuck Stillings, Dave Coliield, Sheila Sutton, Susan Sturgess, Karen Staats, Sandy Staiford, Judy Trott, Linda Butler, Karl Stichert, Gene Kouba. Second row: Sue Todd, Jackie Suain, Sue Kerr, Nancy Stringfellow, Cheryl Strick- er, Peggy Thornton, Kathy Thompson. Karen Slaughter. Third row: Craig Summers, KennyThompson,BobSmith, jim Tablett, Russell Stum- baugh, Tom Trace, jim Tracy. SOPHOMORES l A I. 85 FRESHMEN 86 First row: Linda Norris. Ann Miller, Jani Phelps, Shelby Owens, Delphia Mechling. Second row: Judy Myers, Betty Neely, Betty Peck, Ruth Meiser, Marla Neigh- barger, Judy Miller. Third row: Lonnie Parker, Raphael Neighbarger, Bill Morain, Gary Mintier. Fourth row: Wfayne O'Brien, Alfred Oakes, Ellis Moreland, Louis Norris, Doug Garzieri. First row: Jim Laughrey, Doug Marshall, Nancy Lewis, Eve- lyn Lynds, Barbara Marquart, Sharon McClellan, Candy McCoy, Lydia Little, Gayle Lemasters, Don Lane, Wesley McCament. Secoml row: Dick Maxwell, Kent Lutz, Barbara Nist, Betsy Lorey, Vivian Lock- hart, Ruth Lauderbaugh, Nancy Lepley, Marilyn Mar- tin, Tom Leache, Glen Mc- Donald. Third row: Don McMana- way, Steve lVIcMains, Tom McLarnan, Ross Lockhart, George Lee, Charles Martin, Dave Levering, Ernie Lamb. First row: Richard Pollock, Bill Richards, Sherry Reed, jim Ridenbaugh, Bennie Rayburn, Denton Rummel, Dan Rozelle. Second row: Gary Rutan, Anna Rutkowski, Dixie Rine, Judy Porter, Kathy Rafferty, Kathy Rudin, Bob Roe. Third 1-ow: Sharon Porterlield, Janet Ridenbaugh, Karen Popejoy, Charles Pursel, Christine Ransom, Patty Pot- ter. Janice Porter. Ifirxl row: Debbie Van Voor- his, Marianne Thomas, Diane Swetel, Debbie Topp, Made- line Sleeman. Secoml row: Chris Sykes, Kathy Taylor, Carolyn Steur- er, Alyce Strouse. Tbirrl row: Dave Swain, Char- les Truex, Don Vilfer, Jim Thompson, Don Van De- velde, Lee Vance. Iionrtb row: Gerald Strycker, Ron Stamper, Chester Stan- ley. Fred Tharp, junior Vance. Iiiflb row: Al Vance. Tom Vasbinder, Bob Steinbrink, John Tarr. Iiirxt row: Terry Barber, Geo- rge Simpkins, Jeanne Sch- lairet, Sandra Smith, Pam Harris, Cindy Hughes, Judy Seavolt, Harry Squires, Rich- ard Snow. Second row: Don Shultz, Carl Smith, Marcia Simmons, Kay Sisk, Shirley Smith, Vicki Searls, Ann Springer, Jack Spring, Ron Scott. Third row: Malcolm Shrimp- lin, "Butch" Sentel, Bob Shepard, John Sherman, Earl Smith, Paul Seavolt, Wayne Sigman, Bob Shannon, Den- nis Lamb. Fourth row: Rodger Sillars, Dwight Small, Virgil Sheets. liirxl row: Craig Wolf, Phil Williamson, Mike Wagner, Dick Weir, Mike Williams, Fred Zimmerman, Richard Winegardner. Second row: Dick Italiano, Ron Woolson, Marc Wood- ward, Bob Ware, Dave Wells, Dave Warner, Bill Wolfe, Roger Walton. Tfnirzl row: Janet Wacker, Debbie Ward, Craig Wiest- er, Larry Winegardner, Max Walton, Dave Zolman. lionrtb row: Sharon Wells, Deidra Clement, Karen Mil- ligan, Anna White, Linda Watson, Carolyn Westen- barger. FRESHMEN 87 FRESHMEN 88 lfirst rout Darlene Burggral, Kay Boyd, Bonnie Clutter, Margaret Brown, Cheryl Carpenter. Secoml rozr: Lucille Butler, Saundra Boucher, Nancy Calkins, Linda Bostic, Saun- dra Brown. Tbirzl' rozr: jim Bollinger, Craig Chancellor, joe Brooks, Tom Beck, Greg Briggs, Dave Bumpus. 170111111 row: Brent Brasseur. Bill Brennemen. Don Car- penter, Dave Bryan, David Bonar. First row: Bob Collins, Larry Coe, Paul Doup, Boh Dean, Bob Daugherty, Gary Com- mins, Ken Cook. Second row: janet Coe, Cinda Davis, Vicki Day, jeif Dau- phin, Steve Dowds, Harry Drope. Third rmr: Linda Cooksey, Sue Donnelly, Karen Cochran, Mary Crumbaker, Saundra Durbin. liollrtfs Voir: Vicki Downer, Connie Dial, Ellen Denhardt, Sharon Deem, Connie Dc- ment, Brenda Dement. lfirxt row: Fred Ballam, Kandy Black, Vickie Burson, Carol Antill, Sharon Bickel, Mar- garet Bancroft, Vicki Adams, Becky Ball, Frances Annett. Mary Breece, Sid Barton. Serozzd ron-: jim Blue, Gene Baldwin, Susan Allman, Teresa Beck, Joanne Atkin- son, Joan Baer, Helen And- erson, Marilyn Beatty, kloyce Annett, Chester lleekholt, john Beeyer. Tlsirrf 1-mr: Gordon Antill, John Beam, Charles Alex- ander, jim Bevington, Bob Bickel, Bob Beach. Tom Beeman. George Atherton. First rozrz Julie Heighton, Pat Gilchrist, Mollie Harris, Di- ane Hall, Pat Gallagher. Second mm: Jane Grimm, Pam Gilchrist, Donna Henry, June Hall. Tlyirrl row: Frank Gooding, Doug Grasso, Gary Gower, Ronnie Hendershott, Pat Gilliland. liourlfa row: Don Harmon, David Hall, Charles Hall, Larry Gatchell, David Haire. Fifth row: Jack House, Terry Hauger, Terry Grubb, Larry George, Charles Hellwig. Sixth row: Larry Hurlow, Dwight Hellwig. Ifirxt row: Mike Kinnard, Wil- lie Kahrl, Roger Hicks, Bob Kahrl, Charles Hobbs, John Kofod, Tom James. Szffond row: Paula l-liner, Den- nis Kinnard. Ellen Knox. Lisa Kreps, Ann Knouff, Pam Holsky, Thelma Kelley. 'flaiwl row: Gayle Kerr, Mar- tha Kerr, Barbara King, Sharon King, Barbara Kern- odle. Ifourtla row: Clara Hess, Lor- raine Holt, Mary Hess, Judy Kent, Ruth Jacks, Judy Gamble. liiryl row: Jim Fowler, Sharon Frost, Judy Joslin, Connie Earnest, Marcia Frye, Susan Fuchs, Joan Ferrie, Janice Edwards, Linda Ferris, Keith Frye. Second 1'o1r': Sharon Elliott, Mary Farris, Susan Ferrill, Jeannette Fulton, Saundra Fidler, Karen Factor, Sue Falkenstine. '1'bir1! row: Pat Finnell, Jane Edick, Sheryl Frye, Sarah Dorsey, Claire Fithian, Carol Hill. l"o1n'tlJ mir: Ron Fox, Dan Earnest, Gary Elliott. FRESHMEN 89 FRESHMEN FIRST ROW: Danny Smith, Sue Annett, Nancy Burch, Nellie Lester, Priscilla War- ner, Roberta jo Hill, Linda McManaway, Manley Law- rence. SECOND ROW: Mary Deav- ers, Maxine Straight, Donna Thompson, Sharon GriH'ith, Mary MCNutt. THIRD ROW: Don Durieux, Joe Eben, Donald Goff, Ron Coe, Phil Giehl. Willy Kahrl, active Fresh- man reporter for jacket One of the trials of a Freshman is the Iowa test that Journal, finishes off one of is given to every member of the class. his amusing stories. 90 ...J Another class hour rolls by as these students study the lesson on the blackboard. ACADEMICS One of the evening activities held at the High School was the Science Fair. Shown is Carol Purdy's ex- hibit on angina pectoris. Amina PEETDQIS cs? xg. Mg Q ,-,Ii l Two avid members of the home economics cooking department create a tasty dish with only a little this and a little that. Saundra Rushton is shown modeling the plaid suit she made in her home economics class while she looks at an- other costume she created. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT In the Home Economics Department, a girl can improve her household skills by participating in the sewing and cooking activities. The surrounding classrooms can testify as to the cooking abilities of the Home Economics girls. This sewing class looks busy as they jean Taylor tells us what she likes best prepare new patterns for new dresses. in the Christmas display case. Ill if it X 92 Commercial students learn the fundamentals of office and clerical work on a Commercial Department field trip. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT The Commercial Department of Mount Vernon High offers many good courses which prepare young people for careers in office man- agement, secretarial, and clerical work. Also, the school's banking needs are handled through this department. In typing classes, students receive practical experience in typing business letters, making stencils, and addressing envelopes for the Easter Seal campaign. Bookkeeping classes teach stu- dents how to manage and balance office books. Maybe before the end of the day they ran the town, Ellen Lord and acting-May- or Beth McKinley wished they had had more exper- ience in the commercial department. 93 Dick Bemiller and Frank Biffarh discuss Denny Miller and Bob Snyder test run a drawing problems over the board. go-kart which they constructed with the aid of Mr. Charles White. The shop department of Mount Vernon High work. During the year, each boy concentrates on provides excellent facilities for boys interested in one large project, which leaves him with a feel- woodworking, mechanical drawing, and metal ing of accomplishment upon its completion. Tom jamboski makes like a beaver in woodworking class. 94 Future Farmers Jay and Gordon Coe learn welding techniques. judges measure furrow plowed by Jay Coe who won an ag department plowing contest. AG DEPARTMENT The Agricultural Department at Mount Vernon High, headed by Mr. Fridline, is one of the more important departments in the school. It gives excellent training in farming and farm management, as well as many other related Fields, to its members. Most students in this department are members of the Future Farmers of America. This club gives excellent training and encourages leadership. Frank Biffath com- petes in plowing con- test. 95 ENGLISH janet Carik presents a gift certificate to Miss Viola Miller from a class that appreciated the inspiring work the teacher did for the students in interesting them in better reading. Despite the fact that juniors and seniors have English, such as, reading current fiction, journal not mastered the techniques of grammar that ism, drama, and speech. Some of these classes they have been studying for ten years, they are shown on these pages. begin to take new interest in other facets of Miss Miller's English class is engaged in Miss Cannon's journalism class listens a discussion of current books. to a lecture on yearbook techniques. 5. X 96 ,,...fuv'-"" NN Mrs. Montgomery's French class is shown Mr. Martin, a distributor from the using some of the more modern laboratory DuKane Language Laboratory, demon- techniques for teaching languages. strates a language lab to Mr. Wiggins. FOREIGN LANGUAGE The foreign languages taught at Mount Ver- Department. This included ear phones for each non High are French I, II, II, and IVQ Spanish student so he could listen to his own recording I and Ilg and Latin I and II. This year new from a tape which he had made. laboratory equipment was added to the French W'Q'!':i2: Caesaris Ghosts, the Latin Club, seems to be having a seance with Caesar. 97 General Science students are getting a foundation in the sciences. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT The science department of Mount Vernon High School offers many potentially good science courses. However, the success of any science course depends upon each studentg one who doesnlt work to grasp fundamentals and the teachers' points of emphasis doesnlt find that course any help at all. A good student will, of Biolo students are erforminv a "ma'or" gy 2: l course, benefit. However, one might say that the general science, biology, chemistry, and physics classes in our school are potentially best. Certainly our science department, given the chance, can prepare students adequately for life in modern times. on a frog. Note the delicate handling of Chemistry students are proving that the patient. two heads are better than one. 98 Another one of those days when Mr. Kenneth West, algebra I teacher, trots his aspiring mathema- ticians to the board has materialized, no one seems entirely pleased. MATH DEPARTMENT Mathematics also fits into the liberal education needed to advance in the world. Any student who plans to attend college finds mathematics absolutely essential. All of the courses offered, Is plane geometry really funny? Judging from her expression, we might think Carola Adams thinks so. With Mr. Houston Schlosser as a congenial host, the subject just must be an interesting experience. including algebra I and II, plane geometry, trigonometry, solid geometry, and general math, have a definite purpose in the preparation of high school students for their future plans. Two freshmen girls prove that they, too can survey if the need should ever arise. 99 Mina Bancroft, Linda Sturtevant, Bob Eastman, and Mike Gilchrist discuss problems of different governmental and religious systems with Mr. and Mrs. Kahn of India. Mr. Kahn teaches Comparative Religion at Kenyon College. SENIOR SOCIAL STUDIES This year's Senior Social Studies classes studied problems of both local and international affairs. Various speakers came and enlightened the seniors on different topics. Mr. In1el's Modern World History Class took part in the discussions of the Community Development Project. The Community Development pro- gram sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce was held for a period of six weeks. Here, Richard Knohl, Dave San- ner, and joe Mumper discuss a problem with Mr. Culbertson, a member of the Chamber of Commerce. SENIOR GOVERNMENT Beth McKinley, a senior, replaced Phil- lip G. Mauger as Mayor on senior Govern- ment Day, May 10. An election was held on May 2 and the results were announced on May 5. The other elected officials were Mary Allen, Auditor, Lewis Martin, Presi- dent of Council: Ron Topp, Treasurerg and Bill McDonald, Solicitor. Here Beth McKinley, Mayor, discusses problem with Gene Leiter, City Service Director. 5 ' Q E' gs ff l 5 Mrs. Constance Holcombe, speed reading instructor, makes sure that two of her pupils, Linda Burggraf and Jim Cowlin, work on their reading compre- hension as well as their speed. SPECIAL CLASS ACTIVITIES SPEED READING - Many students have im- the aids to improvement were rate-builder cards, proved their reading skills and habits by enroll- power-builder folders fused to check compre- ing in Mrs. H0lcombe's speed reading classes, hensionb, pacers, films, and the Tacitron fused which were offered three times a week. Among to increase eye spanb. One of Miss Cannonis English classes gains valuableC?J ex- perience and proves loyalty to the school by folding Forum Show programs. 101 Ben Knox poses as a model in art class. ART DEPARTMENT Mount Vernon High's art department serves prevalent in the classes. The creative branch a wide range of students: from those who are of the department furnishes many posters and interested in creative channels of imagination art displays. to those interested in the free, easy atmosphere Tom Frye finds himself alone as he tries to recapture something he sees on As John Sowers watches, Agnes Scar- his drawing board. velis works on obliviously. lO2 Girls battle for a jump ball while playing basketball in gym class. 7145 -- .5 .- . : , f 7 - Q GYM CLASSES PROMOTE SPORTSMANSHIP The fundamentals of various sports, such as, Thomas and Miss Nancy Stillwell have a well- basketball, volleyball, and softball are taught balanced program at Mount Vernon High which and absorbed. provides excellent recreation for students of all Physical education directors Mr. "Tommy" ages. +i s,,...f"""'s n HRX., Boys test stamina in the V lift, a part of the boys' physical fitness tests. 103 THE 1961 SCHOLARSHIP TEAM The Final District-State Scholarship test was given at Denison University on May 6. Students ranking high in this test were given certilir ates for their placement in the district and the division' the division being schools of our size, and students being required to place in the division before they could place in the district. Evan Rice and Dawn Woodward tied for first place in the division and the district in French II and Pete Mondron and Margaret Burff- ess placed second in chemistry and English XII respectively. Evan and Dawn ranked fourth in the state in French II and thi-d in the state division. Pete ranked tenth in the state and ninth in the state division. In our state division Margaret Burgess ranked thirteenth in English 'CII Gary Kerr nineteenth in Spanish II Mi hael Gilchrist received honor- able mention in physics, and Bob Swingle re- ceived honorable mention in Algebra II. FIRST ROW: Mr. Charles Fortunato Nancy Cagwin Sharon Frye Karen Weekly Patti Wynn Bonnie Blue Peggy Thornton Patty Mackin Kathleen McCutchen Ronnie Miller Reed Hamilton, Glenn Marchal Frank Gooding. SECOND ROW: Sharon Kerr Carolyn Foreman Cheryl Hill Christine Ransom Suzanne Lester Pete Mondron Dean McCan1ent. Elizabeth Daniel Rodger Sillars Craig Wiester Bob Kahrl Steve Carter Bob Bracey. FOURTH ROW: Pam Gilchrist Jane Edick Jane Grimm Sue Allman Roger Hess Evan Rice Dawn Woodvn ard Rosilyn Latham Susan Holcombe, Linda Roesler Bill lxahrl Richard Gooding Bob Swingle Maurice Champion John Bollinger jim Hotchkiss. FIFTH ROW' Debbie Ward Vicki Day Brian Gatchell Irvin Drew Gary Kerr Mike Ulrey Bill Kymer Wayne Decker Bruce Dudgeon Absent Bob Buker f 1. F I c L L c J 1 7 7 4 ' Cc l I c L c 4 L " c , C I C C C C I K I 1 1 . , c I K K 23 7 3 7 9 1 7 I 3 7 7 7 , . S 7 1 7 5 THIRD ROW: Jane Boyd, Margaret Burgess, Judy Edick, Dan Levering, Mike Gilchrist, Jeanne Shick, 1 Y 5 F 5 7 1 , , , , , . V 1 I 1 4 9 7 5 . , , 4 ' 5 K 1 1 7 5 i 'Q 7 SITTING: jane Deeley, Lallie Yarman, Susan Holcombe, Barbara Eyster, Carol Orsborn, Betty Kymer, Lorinda Netolick. STANDING: Jack Dowds, Carolyn King, Larry Frye, Sally Allen, Lynn Kiracofe, Mike O'Hanlon, Carolyn Baer, Patsy Melcher, Margaret Burgess, Al Banning. CNot in picture, Ann Wacker and Dick Christopherj QUILL AND SCROLL INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR HIGH SCHOOL IOURNALISTS NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY FRONT: Dick Nethers, john Heintz. MIDDLE: Ron Topp, Bill McDonald, Bob Yauger, Dave Nash. TOP: Steve Speaks, Gor- don Coe, Mike O'Han- lon, Dick Dowdell. SENIORS ELECTED TO NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW. Kneeling: Pam Gueulette, Zelma Guy, Sharyn Ilger, Sharon Beckett, Sharon Snyder, Beth McPherson, Lorincla Netolick, Pat Thornton. SECOND ROW: Carol Otsborn, Mary Yoakam, Carolyn King, Susan Holcombe, Karen Thompson Michele Mazza, Lynn Kiracofe. TOP ROW: Steve Speaks, Larry Frye, Dave Nash, Mike O'Hanlon, Dick Christopher, John Mowery Dan Levering, Evan Rice, Gary Kerr. CNot in picture - Patsy Me1cher.J NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY JUNIORS ELECTED TO NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Jane Boyd, Nancy Delaney, Carolyn Foreman, jean Baker, Don McConnell, Pete Mondron, Steve Car ter, Elizabeth Daniel, Carolyn Cassaday, Barbara Way, Linda Roesler, Pam Hamilton. 106 John Rentz watches as Sharon Beckett Bob Buker announces the names of the signs the National Honor Society roll students elected to the National Honor book. Society in 1961. HONOR SOCIETY ASSEMBLY Members of the National Honor Society elected in 1960: Dawn Woodward, Betty Kymer, Bob Buker, Judy Edick, john Rentz, A1 Banning, Mike Gilchrist, Ann Wacker, Margaret Burgess, Mina Bancroft. Nz ff' 107 SCHOLARSHIP DINNER The annual scholarship dinner for high rank- ing students from both St. Vincent High and Mount Vernon High was held on June l, at the Alcove. Awards were presented. Dr. Drake gave a talk on the theme "Be Youthful, Be Useful." The dinner was sponsored by the Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce and attended by a total of 89 students, 79 from Mount Vernon TO8 High and 10 from St. Vincent High. Savings bonds were presented to Lynn Kiracofe, for out- standing work in biologyg Pete Mondron, chem- istryg Carolyn Cassaday, American Historyg Dawn Woodward, governmentg Mike Ulrey, advanced algebrag Mike Gilchrist, trigonometry. Dr. Drake finished his address by candlelight when a thunderstorm caused the lights to go out. Practice makes perfect. The marching band prac- tices diligently for a half- time show. OR GANIZA T10 Half time show sees the band forming the school letters. 9 FORUM STAFF Editors Mike O'Hanlon and Ann Wacker - Business Man- ager, Dick Christopher. Forum Staff presents skit to launch sub- Editor O'Hanlon announces Ann Bouton scription campaign. as Forum Queen. Carolyn King, Carolyn Baer, and Sally Photo Editor, jane Deeley, and Senior Allen, subscription managers. Editor, Betty Kymer. 'IIO TOP ROW: Barbara Harmon, Pat Kinney, Zelma Guy, Lallie Yarman. MIDDLE ROW: Pam Pitkin, Barb Eyster, Diane Garverick. BOTTOM ROW: jack Dowds, Darrell Gilbert, Allan Helser. The editors of the Forum would like to ex- press their appreciation for those who have given their time and effort to produce this year- book. Many thanks are in order for the many pictures given to us by the Mount Vernon News. Dick Christopher has worked hard as business manager, and Carolyn King, Carolyn Baer, and Sally Allen have handled subscriptions. Serving as photo editor has been jane Deeley, who has arranged for the many pictures taken by Mr. Garverick, Mr. Israel, and Mr. Lipps, and our own talented photographers, Darrell Gilbert, Allan Helser, and their part-time assistant, Steve Walker. Also we would like to thank the following staff members for these contributions: Betty Kymer, Senior activities and Senior pictures, Barbara Eyster and Pam Pitkin, index, Jack Dowds, day and night poem and sports Writeups, Diane Garverick, tax stamps, Barbara Harmon and Pat Kinney, advertising, Lallie Yarman, teacher activities and copy writing, and Zelma Guy, identifications. lll JACKET JOURNAL STAFF Larry Frye, Editor Lynn Klf1C0f8 Editor Al Bannxn Buxmcvv Alfzmzgfer xxg' gr Olympic runners, Barb McKinley, Carolyn W Mary Brown, race to be first sub Cl1SfI'1lJlIfC the Chrlstmas number of the 10111 nal scribers for the Journal Staff reporters: Stzzazdiflzg Lmda Severns SIIILHZQ Clrol Orsborn advertxsln., mlnfnger Sharon Beckett, Mary Brown Sharon Horn oyce chtcl 5 to see th xt there 'irc D0 l1'lChf,S Warren. of ada in each xssue Radio announcers for High School News ami Margaret Burgess, Music Editor. Views - Lorinda Netolick, Bill Wood, and Bob Eastman. News reporters help Editor Larry Frye meet the Friday deadline. FRONT ROW: Bill Wlood, Bob Eastman, Carolyn Wantland, Barb Parnell. MIDDLE ROXV: Sharon Beckett, Joyce Warren, Carol Orsborn. BACK ROW: Mary Brown, Sharon Horn, Larry Frye, Patsy Melcher, Donna Pond. Staff members, Maurice Champion, Mary Yoakam, Tom Susan Holcombe checks sub- Wirhgott, Beth McKinley, and Joyce Brenneman, stuff scription list against file cards. fouwmls with Rotor. At the bottom left on the following FIRST ROW: jane Edick. SECOND ROW: Brooksie Wright, Pat Gilchrist, Beth Imhoff, Jeanne Shick, Sharon Beckett, Lallie Yarman. THIRD ROW: Patti Wynn, John Giflin, Chris Clark, Brenda Howard, Brian Gatchell, Barb Eyster, Sally Tanner, Bob Buker, Lana Smith, Geneva Shrontz, Esther Fetter. FOURTH ROW: Shari Scott, June Brooks, Linda Shultz, Pam Gilchrist, Sandie Guinther, Rosilyn Latham, Patti Riley, Cheryl White, Marge Drew, Connie Crist, Henrietta Lord, Mary Flecknoe, Dan Clyde, Patty Mackin. STANDING: Wayne Pigman, Manager, Mr. jack Stauch, Directorg Mr. Robert Bechtel, Assistant Director. FIFTH ROW: Joyce Yarman, jane Grimm, Lois Hopwood, Jerri Holliiield, Barb Harmon, john Beam, Teresa Madias, Mary Allen, Jack Bartlett, Dave Nash, Steve Walker. CONCERT BAND GIVES The concert band had a busy season this year. The annual concert was held on March 24 and 25. One of the resi- dents of the community taped the com- plete program on both of the nights. After the concert, the band continued to practice for the two concerts that were held on the square during the summer. H4 page are the ofhcers in the center, Beth McPherson, vice-president, Sharon Horn, treasurer, Betty Kymer, secretary. At the bottom right on the next page is President Al Banning sitting on Mr. Stauch's right. FIRST ROW: Kathleen McCutchen, Anne Auker. SECOND ROW: Ann Wacker, Carola Adams, Betty Kymer, Beth McPherson, Pam Gueulette, Patsy Melcher, Evan Rice. THIRD ROW: Dave Daily, Sue Todd, Nancy Delaney, Susan Holcombe, Don Durieux, Doug Little, Karen Fritz, Sharon Harding, Sharyn Ilger. FOURTH ROW: Mary Gardner, Carole Davis, Linda Severns, Doug Marshall, Gary Bone, jim Laughrey, jim Tracy, Don Heagren, Reed Hamilton, Sonny Mumaw, Ron Miller, Bob Noce, Bill Kymer, Lewis Reese. FIFTH ROW: Al Banning, Lloyd Gaumer, Dick Van Houten, Neal Marshall, Carl Smith, Allan Helser, Mary Yoakam, Don Blankenship, Vaughn Wiester, jean Schafer, Irvin Drew, Judy Edick, Craig Wright, Bonnie Blue, Sharon Bateman, Bill Mouer. STANDING: Sharon McDowell Assistant Librarian, Sharon Horn, Head Librarian, Bill Morain, Announcer. SPRING PERFORMANCE BAND BANQUET Members of the band enjoy themselves as they listen to guest speaker at the Mr. Bechtel and Mr. Stnuch congratu- annual band banquet held at the First late each student as they present awards Christian Church on May l, l96l. to them. H5 THE ORANGE AND BLACK .r an ,,LL' . , ln T, ,W FIRST ROW: Mr. Jack Stauch, director, Mr. Robert Bechtel, assistant director: Sharon McDowell, assistant librarian: Jeanne Shick, Sharon Horn, head librarian: Barb Eyster, Richard Eaton, John Beam, Mary Allen, Jack Bartlett. SECOND ROW: Rickie Ralston, Sharon Bateman, Jean Schafer, Bonnie Blue, Judy Edick, Bill Still- wagon, Sue Alexander. THIRD ROW: Neal Marshall, Carl Smith, Doug Marshall, Jim Laughrey, Gary Bone, Karen Fritz, Patsy Melcher, Esther Fetter, Sue Todd, Carola Adams. FOURTH ROW: Dan Clyde, Sharyn Ilger, Mary Flecknoe, June Brooks, Becky Ball, Chris Clark, Beth Imhoff, Rosilyn Latham, Sally Tanner. FIFTH ROW: Joyce Yarman, Linda Shultz, Jerrie Hollifield, Betty Kymer, Ann Wacker, Sandy Guinther, Shari Scott. SIXTH ROW: Bill Kymer, Ronnie Miller, Don Heagren, Billie Knecht, Nancy Rine. Janice Bauhc, Don Durieux, Beth McPherson. SEVENTH ROW: Dick Van Houten, Bob Buker. One of the duties of the band is to play at all "thuses" and boost the spirit of the students and the team. MARCHING ONE HUNDRED FIRST ROW: Teresa Madias, Barb Harmon, Chuck Fronce, Sharon Beckett, Wayne Pigman, manager, Bill Morain, announcer: Patty Mackin, Maria Piazze. Glenn Marchal. SECOND ROW: Don Blankenship, Allan Helser, Mary Yoakam, john Tarr, Gordon Antill, Vaughn Wiester, Dave Zolman, Irvin Drew. THIRD ROW: Evan Rice, David Daily, Brian Gatchell, Patti Wynn, Carole Davis, Nancy Delaney, Mary Gardner, Jane Edick, Kathy McCutchen. FOURTH ROW: Lois I-Iopwood, Henrietta Lord, Sharon Harding, Cheryl White, Gary Gower, Connie Crist, Pam Gueulette, Marjory Drew. FIFTH ROW: Lallie Yarman, Brooksie Wright, Lana Smith, jane Grimm, Pam Gilchrist, Anne Auker, Geneva Shrontz, John Gifin. SIXTH ROW: Pat Gilchrist. Reed Hamilton, jim Tracy, Dick Snow, Sonny Murnaw, Lewis Reese, Doug Little, Doug Grasso. SEVENTH ROW: Al Banning, Steve Walker, Lloyd Gaumer. BAND BOOSTS SPIRIT AT A PEP RALLY. . fi ff,.,t wiwtftf-ffwfwam- :.w-at-muwmmnm. V: mamma: 7 rf Sharon McDowell and Sharon Horn look over band music during a rest period at camp. Senior Dick Van Houten takes a break. THE BAND HAS AN ACTIVE SEASON The Marching 100 Band season opened with two weeks of summer band camp. Besides their regular activities, the band performed for a Kenyon football game, played in several parades connected with the 1960 election and the city hall bond issue, and marched in other parades. They also performed at every football game - Members unpack their instruments at Riverside Park. home and away. Their year was highlighted by a trip to a Cleveland Browns' Game. The March- ing Band was treated to something different this year - a steak supper at the home of Don Durieux. The year was climaxed by the An- nual Band Banquet. After a hard practice, the musicians board the bus for a relaxing ride to the high school. ll8 The band relaxes before its half-time per- formance. Members leave the buses before performing for the Cleveland Browns. 2 The camera catches a drill show. The band tries to stir up en- thusiasm for the new city hall. lt Wasn't their fault we didn't get a new building. Doing the Charleston was a feature of the show for the Cleveland Browns, .,..af' W,,,,,..+.-ff-f----'-V , I 119 The Band forms a U.S.A. and a shield on television. Pictures were taken by Mr. Harrison Holcombe. The band, keeping with their show theme, The Band Played On, forms a trombone and moves the slide back and forth. THE CLEVELAND BROWNS This year the Marching Band was fortunate enough to be chosen to perform at the Cleveland Browns' stadium on December 4. The Browns is a famous professional football team. The band prac- ticed diligently for several Weeks, and then the SERGEANTS AND CORPORALS IN THE MARCHING BAND FIRST ROW: Nancy Delaney, Sharon Horn, Mary Allen, Geneva Shrontz, Lana Smith, Betty Kymer, Mary Yoakam, Ann Wacker, Patsy Melcher. SECOND ROW: Evan Rice, Vaughn Wiester, Allan Hel- ser. Al Banning, Master Ser- geant Bob Buker, Sonny Mumaw, Lewis Reese. Not in picture Susan Holcombe, Craig Wright, Bill Buker, Mary Flecknoe, Sharyn Ilger, Glenn Marchal, Maria Piazze, Wayne Pigman, Sharon McDowell. 120 big day arrived. Mr. Stauch said that the band gave one of its best performances of the whole year. The group returned home tired, happy, and excited. Z iii Z L. 5 ' FIRST ROW: Mr. Robert Bechtel, director, Carole Davis, Nancy Delaney, Bob Buker, Gary Bone, Brian Gatchell. SECOND ROW: john Beam, Judy Edick, Bonnie Blue, Vaughn Wiester. THIRD ROW: Sally Tanner, Dick Nethers, Sonny Mumaw, Lewis Reese, Bob Noce. THE MELLOW IACKETS Mount Vernon High's Dance Band, the Mel- performing for school functions, special com- low jackets, is a very talented group. Member- munity programs, and out-of-town proms. ship is limited and students for the group are Below, the Mellow jackets practice for and chosen by audition. Their activities include participate in the Forum Show. we-uugggwvw we fiwvgi fvwwmgw-W .1 MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA FIRST ROW: Linda Hunter, Ann Bouton, Terry Grubb, Barb McCalla,, Bob Kahrl, Helen Anderson, Chris Sykes. SECOND ROW: Jani Phelps, Vicki Day, Beth McPherson, Betty Kymer, Bob Buker, Brian Gatchell, Kathy Mc Cutchin, Susan Holcombe, Evan Rice, Sharyn Ilger, Miss Hootman, Ellen Knox. THIRD ROW: john Beam, Don Heagren, Sonny Mumaw, Louis Reese, Esther Fetter, Sue Todd, Bonnie Blue, Judy Edick, Mr. Stauch, Craig Wiester, Dick Nethers. The annual affairs for the orchestra include three religious assemblies and a concert. The group also plays for baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies. 122 ORCHESTRA OFFICERS Ann B0utOn .,...............,...,..,,,..... President ViCki Day ,...,... ..,.. P ublicity Chairman Dick Nethers .... ,....... V ice-President Janice Phelps ..... ,,,,,..,, T reasurer Ellen Knox ..... ...... S ecretary ri. .. M FIRST ROW: Mr. Stauch, Paula Mickle, Patty Thompson, Margaret Burgess, Sue Earnest, Ronetta Miller, Robin Rhoades, Karen Miller, Sandy Stafford, Jane Fletcher, Sarah Cline, Bonnie Lewis. SECOND ROW: Linda Simpson, Nancy Cagwin, Ruby White, Rosan Myers, Marilyn Coons, Trudy Maier, Sue Mellberg, Merla Mathews, June Brooks, Karen Staats. THIRD ROW: Connie Clippinger, Mary Ann Gullett, Barbara Bowman, Bonnie Butler, Dianna Boucher, Rosie Allen, Susie Bone, Judy Wilson, Nancy Wythe, Sharon Craig, Marilyn McDowell, Sue Beckley, Joyce Gallogly, Ellen Beach, Lorraine Jefferson, Ann Brooks. FOURTH ROW: Kathey Mowery, Peggy Jamboski, Ila Vay Webb, Rita Lockhart, Patty Porter, Virginia Shannon, Linda Hatfield, Deanna Kundmiller, Leah Stamper, Sharon Kerr, Joyce Bryan, Becky Rutter, Kay Jacobs, Frannie McMahon. CHOIR PROVIDES ENTERTAINMENT AND SOLEMNITY Above: The choir takes part in the annual pop concert. Below: Religious assemblies are included in the activities of both the choir and the orchestra. ORCHESTRA: Ellen Knox, Miss Hootman, Jani Phelps, Vicki Day, Linda Hunter, Ann Bouton, Terry Grubb, Margaret Burgess, Barbara McCa1la, Helen Anderson, Chris Sykes, Mr. Stauch, Bob Kahrl, Craig Wiester, Dick Nethers. CHOIR - FIRST ROW: Sue Earnest, Ronetta Miller, Robin Rhoades, Karen Miller, Bonnie Butler, Ruby White, Marilyn Coon, Rosan Myers, Karen Staats, Merla Mathews, June Brooks. SECOND ROW: Dianna Boucher, Trudy Maier, Sue Mellberg, Rosalie Allen, Susan Bone, Sandy Stafford, Linda Simpson, Nancy Cagwin, Susie Graves, Leah Stamper, Ellen Beach, Joyce Gallogly, Sue Beckley. THIRD ROW: Deanna Kundmiller, Sharon Kerr, Kim Mills, Linda Hatfield, Sharon Davis, Barbara Bowman, Mary Ann Gullett, Patty Thompson, Connie Clippinger, Becky Rutter, Kay Jacobs, Frannie McMahon, Sharon Craig, Marilyn McDowell, Janice Blair. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Shannon, Patty Porter, Nancy Wythe, Ila Vay Webb, Rita Lockhart, Judy Wilson, Peggy Jamboski, Paula Mickle, Kathey Mowery, Joyce Bryan, Nancy Thomas, Janie Fletcher, Sarah Cline, Bonnie Lewis, Lorraine Jefferson. Ann Brooks. FIRST ROW: Marilyn Rockwell, Phyllis Evans, Shari Scott, Rosilyn Latham, Sharyn Ilger, Pam Beck, Mar- garet Butcher, Claire Warren, Judy Edick, Mr. Charles Fortunato, adviser. SECOND ROW: Mina Bancroft, Betty Bowers, Susan Bone, Rosie Allen, Joyce Gallogly, Elizabeth Daniel, Sharon I-Iorn, Barb Parnell. THIRD ROW: Lorinda Netolick, Ann Bouton, Cheryl Stricker, Geneva Shrontz, Paula Mickle, Ginny Houbler, Maria Piazze, Joan Jacobs, Pam Hamilton, Steve Carter, Michele Mazza. FOURTH ROW: Patsy Melcher, Pam Gueulette, Linda Hunter, Pat Thornton, Carol Orsborn, Nancy Thomas, Robert Kost, jane Boyd. FIFTH ROW: Evan Rice, Joe Mumper, Kent Lutz, Jim Harvey, Dick Hiles,john Bollinger, Frank Biffath, Tom Parnell. SIXTH ROW: Gary Kerr, Jay Harris, john Fair, Mike Wagner, Dick Nethers, jim Beroth, Tim Frary, Mike Van Aman, Doug Williams. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an organization which serves as the voice of the student body. The Council encourages good Conduct in school. It promotes general welfare, and makes recom- mendations to the school officials for any nec- essary changes. Projects of this year's Student Council 124 ADM include the preparations for the annual home- coming dance, a semi-formal at Christmas, the "Snow-Ball"g and collecting money for the March of Dimes. At Easter the Council supported the Salvation Army by collecting canned goods, and sponsored a courtesy week in April. Rev. Willard A. Guy speaks to the student Mr. Fortunato and Carol Orsborn body at the annual Thanksgiving Assembly. Steve look over one of the Student Carter and jim Beroth open the assembly with a Council's projects - Easter food prayer and Scripture reading. baskets. ACTIVE YEAR FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATION FIRST ROW: Ann Bouton, Pat Thornton, Margaret Butcher, Carol Orsborn, Barb Parnell, Sharyn Ilger Sharon Horn. SECOND ROW: Gary Kerr, Evan Rice, joe Mumper, Dick Nethers, jim Beroth. THIRD ROW: Head Monitor, Pam Hamiltong Secretary, jane Boydg Vice-President, Steve Carterg Adviser Mr. Charles Fortunatog Treasurer, Michele Mazzag President, Judy Edick. 125 PROJECTION CLUB OFFICERS james Chandler, Reporter: john Neibarger, Secretary-Treasurer: Way'ne Pigman, Vice President: Douglas Rhodes, President. ev ,js f I , FZ: -.1 V V , .X ,... , . . -K1 . 3, t 1 fsffzaf rsvf ik . ,, . . . , v . .,,a, if S W ' 1 Roger Chalfant demon- strates one of the many jobs performed by the Projec- tion Club. PROJECTION CLUB FIRST ROW: Alfred Oakes, Robert Gunia, Glen Blair, john Wythe, Fred Dailey, Gene Biggs, John Henthorn, Mr. L. L. Owen, adviser. SECOND ROW: Dan Wilson, Lowell Henthorn, Dean Ferris, Camden Henthorn, Jackie Ferrie, Karl Stichert David Blair im Chandler Fred Mossholder , , J . - THIRD ROW: Roy Payne, Doug Rhodes, john Neibarger. George Stringfellow, Bob -Tewell. FOURTH ROW: 'ferry Fleming, Dwight Small, Steve Fletcher, Wayne Pigman, Jim George. Daxe Graham Roger Cline Roger Chalfant Dick Welker s s C 9 - , ,:,:'.-gmLew'.ewimavwwwsewmmmsa-emwmet,aameowMW -"--- auxin'-1 , ---1ww-f:-W.,.....1vaaur---0- . b I 3 FIRST ROW: Dick Christopher, Mrs. Rebecca Wfareham, Librarian: Mary R. Brown. SECOND ROW: Carola Adams, Sally Tanner, Nancy Thomas. Zelma Lee Guy, Cocona Anton. THIRD ROW: julie Heighton, Claire Fithian, Susan Colville, Sue Kerr. LIBRARY STAFF Dick Christopher helps john Bollinger and Bruce Dudgeon check out a book from the school library. Mary Brown, vice-presidentg Dick Christ- This is one job that students do to assist Mrs. opher, presidentg Zelma Lee Guy, sec- Warehaiim. retary-treasurer. 7 ...R i, if 'ingf I , Eff 1261 W 4 - 4:2 -3 1 . ,k,,' A 7 t , LM Mww V, A ' ing , ' V ff ,A . N p if' l , Z? k 'inlay x,,L N .,.- Z 3 , 1 ,Aga 6' C, ' X f ,H LH ,, +-468' wx H .. . , . mmf 'ix ff' FIRST ROW: Ken Cook, Pat Gilliland, Bill Kahrl, Ronnie Allen, joe Outcalt, Bob Clutter, Dan Levering, Al Banning, Dennis Sirbaugh, Ron Pierson, Gary Mintier, Craig Wright, jim Bollinger, jeff Dauphin, Steve Dowds. SECOND ROW: Larry Winegardner, Don Frazer, Walter Rudin, Paul johnson, John Seavolt, Bob Craw- ford, Darrell Gilbert, Don Heagren, Allan I-lelser, Richard Winegardner, Tom James, Craig Chancellor. THIRD ROW: jim Stoyle, Curtis I-licks, Irvin Drew, jim Annable, Dick Christopher, Larry Frye, Neal Marshall, Dave Rardin, Glenn Marchal, Dave Schmidt, Bruce Hoy, John Sturgess. FOURTH ROW: Evan Rice, jack Dowds, Jim Garrus, Bill Monett, Tom Speer, Tom Rine, Larry Woolson, Dave Levering, Bill Buker, Bob Blue. FIFTH ROW: Don Goulding, jim Sowers, Bob Swingle, Rickie Day, Gary Kerr, Richard Green, jim Kahrl. The Hi-Y one of the two prominent boys' clubs of Mount Vernon High School, boasted a traditional full program. Ac- tivities this year included money-raising projects, recreational meetings, collecting for UNICEF, guest-speakers, and the annual H I ' Y formal dance. The school project constituted the strategic placement of wastebaskets in the halls to help improve the appearance of "dear old Mt. V." HI-Y OFFICERS Left-Right: Al Banning, vice president, Mr. Edwin Daniels. adviser, Dan Lev- ering, presidentg Denny Sir- baugh, secretary, -Ioe Out- calt, treasurer, Ron Pierson, chaplaing Bob Clutter, ser- geant at arms. 129 FIRST ROW: Stmzrling: Gary Lockhart, jim Wolford, George Stringfellow, seated: Randy Bowers, Bob Lee, Mr. Clarence Fridline, Frank Biifath, jay Coe, Dick Burke, sluurliugz Dave Blair, Bob Schonauer, Dick McMahon. SECOND ROW: Tom Lepley, Gerald Laymon, Charles McFarland, Gene Biggs, Glen McDonald, Dick Maxwell, jimmy Fowler, Bennie Rayburn, Chet Beckholt, Greg Briggs, Chaney Blair, Bill Ferrie. THIRD ROW: Tom Cunningham, Russell Stumbaugh, joe Harmon, Gene Baldwin, Tom Wise, Charles Crouch, Don Lane, Paul Seavolt, Garson Calhoon. FOURTH ROW: Dwight Stryker, Steve Fletcher, Larry Hurlow, Dave Hall, Larry Coe, Craig Summers, Larry Clutter, jim Bevington, Brian Wynkoop. FIFTH ROW: Harlan Lockhart, Russell Carter, Dave Levering, Ron Carpenter, Danny Earnest. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Linda Zollars was chosen . F. . FF 'R . , F A O ICB S this year s F. F. A. Queen. She was honored at the F. F. A. senrinelg Harry Bouton, vice-president. banquet. Lefl-right: Jay Coe, reporter: Bob Lee, secretary: Frank Biffath, presidentg Dick Burke, treasurer: Don Rogers, , E Qkll , New-.P " if Et X W'mNMM.t"' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA : . I I I 5 iff:-' L fZ1i'i" I W 'ini ' i I l ,fl . - f Y ' ' sl'f"fiii'i ii 5' , . if V me tlc , , . . . - I , f ' 5 X 'nm C ,M ,J x . ,X I ' 'H'X,.A X 1 1 Pa X 1 ' . , ' V' .Po '1 ' V . 535, I ,,.. , - F. H. . 7 L - - , A OF1 ICFRS , , . The Home Econonucs class on child Clocleuvxez Barbara McVey, president: Virginia , , Ellis, vice-president, Janet Paisley, historian: Care erlrerramed Several local Chlldren Sandra Rushton, news reporter: Patty Thomp- at a Valeutinefs Day Party' son, parliamentariang Sandy Beck, secretaryg Sharon Early, treasurer. STANDING Cleft lo rigblj: Patty Thompson, Sandra Rushton, Sharon Early, Sandy Beck, Janice Welker, Mary Peck, Barbara Bowman, Linda Hatfield, Judy Workilian, Janet Paisley, Virginia Ellis, Barbara McVey, Mrs. Louella Powers. FIRST ROW: Carolyn Foreman, Cheryl Hill, Susan Hart, jackie Suain, Kathy Ewers. SECOND ROW: Helen Anderson, Linda Simpson, Connie Clippinger, Nancy Early, Lois Hopwood. THIRD ROW: Rita Carpenter, Ruth Ann Henthorn, Frances Flecknoe, Peggy jamboski, Barbara Schonauer, Bonnie Clutter. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Cranmer, Marilyn james, Phyllis Biggs, Mary Lou Kost. Rosalie Allen, Polly Moxley. FIFTH ROW: Phyllis Dexter, Shirley Grubaugh, Kathleen Warner, Shirley Summers, Linda Barton. Left'Ri.S'bf3 Linda Kinnafd,Pfe5idem9 Two members of the office and Clerical Practice class, Sue Alexander and Linda Kost, visit two officers of the Cooper-Bessemer Cor- poration, Mr. Russell Bone and Mr. Stanley johnson, Jr. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA The Future Business Leaders of America is the national organization for students in business education. Our local club is a member of both the state and national chapters of the F.B.L.A. Gary Buxton, treasurer, Sharon Sny- der, Secretaryg Sharon Cary, reporter, Marsha Hyatt, vice-president. FIRST ROW: Adviser Miss Martha Cochran, Phyllis Dial, Ginny Rowley, Linda Clutter, Bernice Clayborne, President Linda Kinnard. SECOND ROW: Linda Kost, Connie Graham, Dixie McCord, Ellen Jones, Vice-President Marsha Hyatt. THIRD ROW: Sue Little, Sharyn Ilger, Mary Lou Kost, Mary Flecknoe, Georgiane Wright. FOURTH ROW: Crystal Black, Arlene McGee, Joyce Myers, Judy Cocoran, Ann Bouton, Secretary Sharon Snyder. FIFTH ROW: Rita Carpenter, Carol Mapes, Bonnie Metcalfe, Linda Butler, Janet George, Reporter Sharon Cary. SIXTH ROW: janet Paisley, Linda Barton, Ruth Ann Henthorn, Francis Flecknoe, Karen Malone, Howard Pipes, Treasurer Gary Buxton. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Margaret Scholp, Gretchen Garrety, Geneva Shrontz, Mr. James Imel, adviser: Carolyn Wantland, Helen Angelas, Lorinda Netolick, Pam Gueulette, Dick Christopher, Paula Hiner, Sheila Sutton, Glenn Marchal, Jeff Graf. SECOND ROW: Sally Tanner, Susan Hart, Shari Scott, Nancy Wythe, Beth McPherson, Pam Pitkin, JoAnn Graham, Diane Garverick, Sally Hellwig, Leslie Holmes, Galena Rutkowski, Nancy Cagwin. THIRD ROW: Jerrie Holliheld, Susan Colville, Judy Jacobs, Margaret Cranmer, Karen Malone, Sharon Horn, Pat Devin, Sharon Beckett, Joan Jacobs, Rosalie Allen, Jackie Ormandy, Pat Harris. FOURTH ROW: Frances McMahon, Connie Hendershott, Kay Jacobs, Janet Sams, Susan Holcombe, Patty Riley, Lallie Yarman, Patsy Melcher, Jane Deeley, Sue Beckley, Sharon Craig. FIFTH ROW: Virginia Ellis, Carole Davis, Helen Anderson, Anne Auker, Margaret Burgess, Karen Thompson, Sue Hough, Marilyn McDowell, Gerry Shoemaker, Peggy Thornton, Patty Mackin, Carola Adams. Since 1947, the F.T,A. has been one of the ience teaching at the junior high and several most important clubs in our school. For the elementary schools. Each year, at commencement first time this year, the F.T.A. had its banquet the club also gives a scholarship to some Worthy at the Alcove, giving the club a touch of dis- member. This year's adviser is Mr. James Imel. tinction. The students gained valuable exper- F.T.A. OFFICERS Lefl-right, seated: Pam Gueulette, vice- presidentg Lorinda Netolick, president. Left-right, smmiing: Dick Christopher, treasurer: Helen Angelas, historian, Caro- lyn Vlfantland, secretary, Mr. James Imel, V llll S " I ' 2 -4 la ,, 4 'ff' ' 'I , . E It . , : A I 9 ' 'X Lies ev 'rw , I ,,'Fsa,i'F '11 rf' - ' ,f , " , lf -ly H' A I ff' ,Lf I , ..,. , . ,, adviser. X-'FIS 9 NE J lg 1, ij ,. . , ,ff 'Ml' ""'i': -H 2 VARSITY "A" VOLLEYBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Joan Jacobs, Pam Hamilton, Jane Boyd. MIDDLE ROW: Linda Burggraf, Pam Beck, Donna Dee Pond. TOP ROW: Judy Jacobs, Janet George. G. A. A. OFFICERS STANDING: Pam Beck. President. SEATED: Joan Jacobs, Treasurer: Jane Boyd, Vice- President: Sandie Guinther, Secretary. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The G.A.A., although a little less prominent this year because of its sparse membership of seniors, still remained a valuable service club. Among its projects for the year Were helping a needy family at Christmas time and pledging VARSITY "B" VOLLEYBALL TEAM BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Thomas, Nancy Rine. SECOND ROW: Ellen Beach, Susan Bone, Anna Youst. THIRD ROW: Kay Jacobs, Sue Mellberg, Connie Hendershott. TOP ROW: Francis McMahon. a gift to an ailing member, Saundra Fidler. The organization was quite successful in its inter- school volleyball and basketball campaigns. Each meeting offered a chance to practice at one of the club's main sports interests. VARSITY "B" BASKETBALL TEAM KNEELING: Darlene Burggraf, Lois McKee, Rosilyn Latham, Martha Ward, Anna Youst, Martha Easterday, Janice Baube STANDING: Kathy Taylor, Ann Knouff, Leslie Holmes, Evelyn Smith, Shari Scott, Sandie Guin- ther, Wendy Irvine, Frances McMahon. Intramural Volleyball C bamps BOTTOM ROW: Susan Colville, Marilyn Rockwell, Linda Burg- graf, Jo Ann Kirch, Nancy Thomas. TOP ROW: Jenny Waddell, Janet George, Sharon Cary, Judy Jacobs. Intramural Basketball C bamps BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Rockwell, Jo Ann Kirch, Joan Jacobs. SECOND ROW: Linda Burggraf, Janet George, Nancy Thomas. TOP ROW: Judy Jacobs, Susan Colville. Varsity "A" Basketball Team BOTTOM ROW: Nancy Rine, Linda Burg- graf, Joan Jacobs. TOP ROW: Janet George, Judy Jacobs, Marilyn Rockwell. 135 Y-TEEN CABINET FIRST ROXW: Harb Parnell, Mary Brown, Sally Allen, Cheryl Wfhite, Dawn Wfoodward. Marjory Drew, Margaret Shields, Marsha Hyatt, Sharyn llger, janet George, Treasurerg Nancy Delaney, Secretary. SECOND ROXW: Sharon Cary, Charlotte McFadden, Sue Little, Kathey Mowery, Helen Angelas, Vice-Presidentq Patsy Melcher, President. THIRD ROW: Sally Hellwig, Diane Garverick, Leah Starnper, joan Jacobs. The Y-Teens had many activities for the 1960-61 school year. At Halloween and Easter, the club made favors for the Knox County Home. The meetings were made quite interesting this year with the Denison University players portray- TRI-TEEN CABINET ing problems on mental health and hula lessons being taught by Miss Stillwell. At other times, the Y-Teens had joint meetings with the Key Club and Hi-Y. The Tri-Teens tried their wings by having several separate meetings this year. FIRST ROXV: President, Patti Wfynng Vice-President, Susie Bone, Secretary, Linda Cookseyg Treasurer, Ellen Knox. SECOND ROXV: Susan Sturgess, Donna Henry, Susan Allman, Vicki Day, Jeanne Shick, Suzanne Lester. THIRD ROW: Sharon Craig, Ronetta Miller, Teresa Beck, jane Grimm. Kathy Taylor, lNfIerla Nlathews. l 36 ,Q ffqv ,, , my f' gi, . 1 ff' if Y . jk. . sy , V K , K ' - K' fx- " 1 M fiffii pg, Q5 .f M Q I -. Jz rggklg-sv'i'v-lg-'Zigi g . - K- ' - - A ' - i DM Nuhers Stmms JP. every muscle as he hurls i the shotput. ,i ' QV" 1 t Q.Q-- it M f- ,QW V fa g my, 'I ATHLETICS With a gust of enthusi- asm, the fighting Yellow Jackets burst on to the field. ,iv . ,WIN W FRONT: Coaches Hill, Spicer, Fry. FIRST ROW: Glenn Mackin, joe Youst, jim Neese, Terry Shira. Steve Speaks, Darrell Reynolds, Lewis Martin, Bob Barnard, Bill McDonald. SECOND ROXV: Mike Smith, Dick Wolfe, Tom Todd, Ron Ayers, Bob Austin, Ron Lockhart, joe Yarman. THIRDl ROW: jerry Colwill, john Seavolt, Lowell Henthorn, Tom Cornell, Randy Lanning, Ron Rummel, Bi Fox. FOURTH ROW: Chuck Pursel, Denton Rummel, Ronnie Coe, Vernon Shipe, Dave Coffield, Bob Beach, Ron Fox. THE 1960 Head Coach Rex Jarvis gives a chalk talk as his adept pupils, Coaches Hill, Stanley, Spicer, and Fry, watch intently. 138 FRONT: Coaches jarvis, Stanley, Managers Dan Summers, Bob Daugherty, Bob Eastman. FIRST ROW: Wes Hines, Walt Rudin, Dick Nethers, Bob Yauger, Ken Easterday, Gordon Coe, John Rentz, Alva Wilhelm, Dave Yarman. SECOND ROW: jim George, Larry McGinnis, Harold Welsh, Paul johnson, Carl Pursel, Ray Milligan, jay Harris, Dan Omlor. THIRD ROW: Mike Ulrey, Bruce Dudgeon, Tom Trace, A1 Montalbo, Paul Yarman, Gerald Lahmon, Larry George. FOURTH ROW: Dick Weir, Steve McMains, John Mazza, Dennis Eberhart, Don VanDevelde, Karl Stickert, Gerald Stryker. YELLOW JACKETS Columbus St. Charles .. 14 Coshocton ::,............,..., 7 Mansfield Madison ,.,... S Worthington ...,...., .::, 1 6 Urbana ,.,.,: .... .... 2 2 Grandview .. ..., 16 Whitehall .,.. .,.. 0 Bexley .... ..,. 8 Delaware 14 Arlington ,,:. .... 7 Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Coach Jarvis relaxes after a tough day on the gridiron. FIRST ROW: Bob Daugherty, Karl Steckert, Ray Milligan, Mike Ulrey, jerry Colwill, Larry George Bob Beach Charles Pursel, Denton Rummel, Don Van Develde, Chet Stanley, Bruce Dudgeon Dick Weir Al Montalbo, Bill Fox, Lowell Henthorn, Dennis Eberhardt,Dave Coflield, Carl Pursel, john Seaxolt SECOND ROW: Coaches Earl Fry and Chuck Hill, Mike Smith, Mike Hobbs, Tom Cornell Tom Trace jim George, Steve McMains, Ron Lockhart, Tom Todd, john Mazza, Bob Austin, Paul Johnson Gerald Stryker Joe Yarman, Ron Rummel, Dick Wolfe. RESERVE SCORES Centerburg Varsity ,,.... ..... 2 2 Delaware Reserves ,,,.. ,.... 1 4 Howard Varsity ...... ..... 4 4 Utica Reserves .,......,,,..,........, ,, 6 Mansfield Madison Reserves .... ..... 2 8 Mansfield Madison Freshmen ...,,,,.,r 14 Fredericktown Reserves ,........ ..,,. 1 4 Danville Reserves .... A . .. 0 Mansfield Reserves ..,.. ,..,. 2 6 Moiilmt Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount RESERVES Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon 6 8 12 28 0 6 0 6 26 The Yellow jackets polish their attack in a practice session. 140 Dan Omlor goes air-borne to score Dick Nethers attempts to elude a on a pass from Steve Speaks against WOu1d-be f2lCk161'- Upper Arlington. Giving sideline instructions to Fullback john Rentz is Coach Earl Fry. john Rentz is pulled down after a short gain against the Whitehall Rams. l4l Steve Speaks brings down a hard-driving Upper Ar- Gang tackling jacket defense stops a lington Golden Bear. JACKETS STRIKE The Yellow Jackets, boasting experience and power, proved themselves worthy opponents as they tallied their first three games in the win column. Although the Mount Vernon gridders suffered a three game losing streak, they finished the season with an admirable 7-5 record. Eager to win their season's opener, the Jack- ets, with artistic ease, crushed Columbus St. Charles 20-14. The Cleveland Plain Dealer predicted the Mansfield-Madison - Mount Vernon clash to be the game of the week. Coach Rex Jarvis's well- coached team fulfilled the forecast, as they de- feated the Rams 14-8 in a last minute thriller. l42 Whitehall ball carrier. IN THE NIGHT Poor ball handling, minor mishaps, and re- luctance, plus a Fate-blessed Worthington eleven were responsible for the jackets' 8-16 loss. A 22-8 tromp by Urbana, and a 14-16 gift to Grandview deepened the wound in Mount Vernon's C.B.L. record. Winning the Whitehall game 20-0 gave the team much needed morale medication. The Jackets, back in the victory groove walked over Bexley 24-8 and felled Delaware 30-14. The win over Upper Arlington, 12-7, polished off the CBL record 4-3, and put the local squad in a tie for third place. VK 1 ..,. f as-2 :fm .. Fil --S . jx -I A , f 582' in 4 ,F ,. ii N .ir ef 3' fa? ,, H 5? ,-sw up ,--Ma: an .mn Q 1 3 's 33 2 g K ' -553 A , s F s 5 4' 1 vf -.,. I B4 ALL C.B.L. A new system was used this year in selecting the All-C.B.L. team. Representation was based on the final league standings. By tying for third, Mount Vernon was allocated three players on the squad. The three seniors receiving this honor were Guard Wesley Hines, Halfback Dick Nethers, and Tackle Ken Easterday. Awarded Honorable Mention were three more seniors - Halfback Terry Shira, Guard Bob Yauger, and Quarterback Steve Speaks. Dick Nethers and Ken Easter- day also received Honorable Mention on the All-Ohio team. ryisiy . ai . Q f W e.m,..z.s" ik? " I .W ,. as Right. top to bottom: Dick Nethers, Ken Easterday, and XVes Hines. Left, Steve Speaks, Bob Yauger, and Terry Shira. -'V W "' ,rg A ., t tiff V X' X15 X K ,. XM V a f 1 X ,Q A . li el QA' 'V G M V' L f' g to 5 pi A A HU, e Front, left lo right: Managers Dan Hughes and Dan Summers, Bob Clutter, Harold Welsh, Tom Jamboski, Tom Speer, Manager Tom Withgott. Back, left to right: Coach Houston Schlosser, Wayne Decker, Dick Dowdell, Pat Alexander, Larry Kleiner, Dave Nicholson, Dave Nash, Steve Beach. VARSITY BASKETBALL The Jacket Cagers displayed the true team confidence and astute knowledge of basketball, characteristics evident in past teams, only at rare intervals. A general lack of team spirit and purpose prevailed throughout the entire season. The team strained every muscle to win two of the eighteen games played. The result- ing percentage of .lll reveals the inability of this year's team and the need for improvements in those to follow. Coach Houston Schlosser could rightfully claim many valid reasons for his worst season. The largest contributing factor was probably the loss of all lettermen. That, combined with 144 a general lack of experience, an absence of tall, scrapping rebounders, and fluctuating spectator enthusiasm presented Coach Schlosser with an overpowering problem which he could not, re- gardless of strategy employed, successfully solve. Although this year's basketball season was Mount Vernon's worst, it should not be looked upon with distaste. The jackets were outclassedg they competed with some of the strongest, most experienced teams in the state. Perhaps next year will bring fewer problems and more desirable capabilities. Perhaps the Mount Vernon Basketmen will again come into their own in the seasons to come. l Tom Jamboski races down the floor and gets set to l shoot. l 1 Congratulations go around after a hard fought game. l l Dave Nicholson hauls down a rebound as jackets CL to RJ Dave Nicholson, Bob Clutter i Bob Clutter fr.J, and Dave Nash 625, and and Pat Alexander battle for the ball Q Wayne Decker C505 look on. 145 BASKETBALL SCORES Ashland ..... Urbana ....... Grandview ...,.......... Whitehall ....., ...... Newark ....... Utica ........... Delaware ...... ...... Arlington ,..... ,..... Worthington Urbana .,......., ...... Coshocton ...... ,.,... Grandview .,..,..,....., Whitehall ...... ,..... Bexley ......... Delaware ...,.. ...... Arlington ...... ...,.. Worthington Bexley .....,...... ...... Newark ....,.. 1 46 Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Top: An unidentified Yellow jacket fires from the corner as fleft to rightb Tom Speer, Larry Kleiner, and Dave Nash get set to rebound. Bottom: Mount Vernonis Dick Dowdell attempts to tip in a missed shot. Left to right: Coach Chuck Hill, Wayne O'Brien, Bill Buckham, John Mazza, Tom Wood- ward, Mike Van Aman, Steve Beach, Houston Schlosser, jr., Denny Foster, Ron Jacobs, managers John Bollinger and Doug Williams. RESERVE AND ERESHMEN BASKETBALL Kneeling: Ken Lutz, Fred Zimmerman, Sid Barton, Ron Hendershott, Roger Hicks, Larry Gatchell. Sftllldillgl Charlie Hobbs, Terry Hauger, Dave Bryan. Craig Wolfe, Roger Walton, Mike Kinnard, Steve McMains, Coach Chuck Stanley. 7 BOTTOM ROW: Charles Purcel, Mike Omlor, Steve Rentz, Fred Dailey, Mike Crider, Bill Fox, Bob Beach, Randy Lanning, Charles Hunnicut, Gary Hunter, john McCalla, Tom Myers, Gary Donaldson. SECOND ROW: Coach jim Spicer, Danny Walker, Craig Wiester, Terry Grubb, Ron Fox, Mal Shrimplin, Lee Ulrey, Al Monralbo, jerry Colwill, Don VanDevelde, Tom Cornell, jim George, Dick Wolfe, Larry Wolf. TOP ROW: Richard Kouba, Larry Kyle, Dan Goodson, Larry McGinnis, Denton Rummel, Jim Garrus, Ray Milligan, Bob Mowery, jack Minder, Terry Shira, Bill McDonald, Ron Rummel, Mike Smith, Tom Trace, joe Yarman. Lowell Henthorn, Danny Barnes, john Seavolt. WEIGHT LIETERS HAVE BUSY WINTER During the winter months, 40 boys not play- The boys met 5 days a week in the fieldhouse, ing basketball participated in a Weightlifting working with weights and learning the funda- and Wrestling program under the supervision mentals of wrestling. of Coach jim Spicer. 148 Ron Rummel strains a few muscle fibers Exercise: sit ups. Objective: relief of to push a set of bells from his chest. mid-line bulge. Participating athlete: Tom Trace. Randy Lanning demonstrates a wrestling hold on Bob Beach under scrutiny of Coach jim Spicer. 149 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM FRONT ROW: Dick Stillings, Harold Welsh, Mike O'Hanlon, Ron Topp, Steve Speaks, Bob Clutter, Dan Omlor. SECOND ROW: Coach Charles Hill, Tom Jamboski, Terry Hauger, David Coiiield, Tom Pilotti, Gary Shubert, Bill Buckham, Coach Charles Stanley. THIRD ROW: Bobby Williams, Tom Woodward, Jim Netolick, Denny Foster, Wayne O'Brien, Tom Speer, Dave Rardin. TOP ROW: Managers Darrell Gilbert, Dan Summers. BASEBALL SQUAD TIES FOR SECOND IN C.B.L. For the first time in four years, Coach Stanley's baseball team failed to capture a share of the Central Buckeye League title. However, the squad made a good run at the top, losing the title on the final day of the season, and tying Bexley for second place, as both teams had records of eight wins and four losses. Starting the season with a completely new team, the Yellow Jackets had an over-all record of eleven wins, five losses, and one tie. 150 At the conclusion of the season, Ron Topp, leading Mount Vernon hitter, Steve Speaks, left- handed pitching ace, catcher Bob Clutter, and out-fielder "Bump,' Omlor were named to the hrst team of the All-C.B.L. squad, and first base- man, Mike O,Hanlon, received honorable men- tion. Prospects for next year's team are good with Speaks, Topp, and O'Hanlon being the only Seniors. Ron Topp lashes another hit , on the way to a .400 batting 1 average. Third base gets a workout as Cleftb Hal Welsh dashes around the bag on his way to score and fright? Bob Clutter legs into third on a passed ball. Coach Stanley and the players selected on the all-C.B.I.. team, Cfrontj Ron Topp and Steve Speaks, and Crearb Dan Omlor, Bob Clutter, and Mike O'Hanlon. Dan Omlor scores the deciding run in the tournament opener against Gahanna Lincoln. GOLFERS REBUILD This year's golf team was primarily going through a rebuilding stage. After losing the first three men from last year's C.B.L. champs, only one letterman, Tom Parnell, was left on the squad. However, with underclassmen Pete Mondron, Tom Withgott, and John McDonald improving rapidly, the jacket golfers finished a respectable fifth in the league and fourteenth in the district tournament. Prospects are good for next year's squad, with three of the first four men returning. Pete Mondron, Tom Parnell, Rick Mayhew, Tom Withgott, Tom Wilson, Doug Williams, John McDonald, Charles Fithian, Chuck Christopher, Coach Tommy Thomas. 152 Coach Houston Schlosser, jim Kahrl, Dave Nash, John Heintz, Richard Henshaw, Jim Harvey, Mike Williams, Fred Goosens, Francis Rinehart. TENNIS TEAM Coach Houston Schlosser's tennis squad, al- though handicapped by not playing any home matches, managed to gain their first C.B.L. vic- tory in several years by downing Delaware three to two. The team also annexed a pair of Wins over Mansfield Madison. The first three men on the team were Francis Rinehart, John Heintz, and Dave Willits, re- spectively. Participating in doubles were jim Harvey, Dick Henshaw, Bob Bracey, Fred Goosens, and Dave Nash. 153 INTRAMTURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Terry Shira, Ron Topp, john Heintz, Bill McDonald, Steve Speaks. Under the direction of Mr. Tommy Thomas, the high school intramural sports program once again enjoyed a successful year. Several hundred boys were kept busy during the noon hours competing in volleyball, basketball, shuffleboard, table tennis, and badminton. In addition, a Leonard Moseley and phy- sical education director, "Tommy" Thomas, watch John Seavolt test his stam- ina with a V-lift. John and Leonard were tops in physical fitness. 154 . z 4 l L EV, ,ls 1960 VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS KNEELING: Mike O'I-Ianlon, Rick Day, Dick Dowdell. STANDING: Pat Alexander, Dave Nash, John Heintz, jack Dowds. INTRAMURAL high school boys bowling league flourished Mon- day nights after school. Mr. Thomas' careful guidance has led to an expanded intramural program which encompasses more boys every year. Bob Crawford was the winner of the intramural table tennis tournament. The badminton champ was Ron Topp. Coming out on top in the shuffleboard tournament was Bob Blue. ual!!! m N Y , .rf :ff eng - A Q.. 155 TRACK TEAM 7 l 'f ? elf? . WTT1 y :W n 31 l 'Lg ...W ,L l'.c.,, V M1"Q.,,, 7, ,, 'TQZT . TT -tx . K 'Z , 5 f 'T 'K I V51 s fn 1 rw . if BOTTOM ROW: Richard Alley, Larry Kleiner, "Buzz" Rudin,Joe Youst, Darrel Reynolds,Richartl Nethers, Gordon Coe, Dave Koch, Terry Shira, Bill McDonald, Henry Sebach, Ray Milligan. SECOND ROW: John Seavolt, Dave Wells, jim Taylor, joe Yarman, Richard VanHouten, Bob Mowery, Alfred Montalbo, Vernon Shipe, john Mazza, Bill Fox, Bob Buker, Jim George. THIRD ROW: Dave Bumpus, jim Laughery, Don Durieux, john Kofod, Denton Rummel, Bob Shep- ard, Craig Chancellor, joe Brooks, Mike Crider, Dan Rozelle, Gene Baldwin, Don VanDevelde. Coach Jim Spicer. FOURTH ROW: Manager Dave Yarman, Manager Glen Mackin, Craig Wiester, john Fair, Maurice Champion, Craig Wolfe, Ron Fox, Tom Todd, Don Clements. TRACK SQUAD WINS FOUR MEETS This year's cindermen enjoyed modest success by winning four dual meets, losing two, and tying one. In the annual Central Buckeye League meet, Dick Nethers' record 160W discus throw led the Yellow jacket thinclads to a sixth place finish. A special meet was held May 16, with Worthington, Whitehall, Mount Vernon, and Grandview competingg and Coach Spicer's crew placed third. Main Jacket point winners during the season were Joe Youst in the mile, Darrel 'Reynolds in the 440, Bill McDonald in the half mile, Dick Nethers in the shot and discus, and Terry Shira and Henry Sebach in the hurdles. John Rentz and Terry Shira were awarded four year trophies, and Shira was named honorary team Captain. l joe Youst races toward the finish line, a winner in the mile. John Rentz and Bob Mowery reach for the rib- bon as Utica trackmen challenge. Dave Koch dances toward the bar in a struggle to high jump. Roman God, john Mazza hurls a shot-put into orbit 7 Pat Devin, Ginny Houbler, Pam Beck, Pam Hamilton, Connie Rice, Pat Kinney. CHEERLEADERS These six vivacious girls have led the "fighting jacketsn through this year's football and basketball seasons. 158 Through some of the antics of the cheerleaders, the "thuses" have proved to be funny and interesting. Friends of The Forum Mayor Phil Mauger Mrs. L. S. Allen Jos. W. Allman, M.D. John L. Baube, M.D. John Beam Thomas L. Bogardus, Jr., M.D. The Brides' Shoppe Dr. George Deeley Dr. Drake, M.D. John R. Fowler, D.D.S. Virgil A. Gibson, Inc. Hayes Grocery R. H. Hoecker, M.D. George B. lmhoFf, M.D. Jet l-Hour Cleaners Howard E. Kiracofe J. L. Koch, D.O. Henry L. Lapp, M.D. Alexander S. Mack, M.D. Philip A. Mack, D.D.S. Madias Steak House Dr. Robert H. Mayer, O.D. James C. McLarnan, M.D. J. Fred Minnich, D.D.S. Morris Electric William Mosholder Gordon H. Pumphrey, M.D. O. W. Rapp, M.D. Delbert C. Schmidt, M.D. Julius Shamansky, M.D. Richard L. Smythe, M.D. Drs. W. S. Steffan, Jr. and Sr. B. B. Sturtevanf, D.D.S. Charles B. Tramont, M.D. Perry M. Trinkner, D.D.S. Drs. Trott 8. Kramer, Associates J. Maurice Wareham, O.D. The Wedding Belle The Woolson Company Worleys' Inc. Zelkowitz and Barry 1 Congmtnlntionf Mount Vernon H zlglo School Senior! of 1961 Weyerhaeuser Company Shipping Container Division Mount Vernon Ohi Elephant Lumber Store Q P , ff Vvul 1 ff 9 , sf - cf 1 il- .lll R' 0 1., . f f7"'1 5"i For Friendly Service EX 2-1085 Service With A Smile H A D L E Y'S Furniture and Appliances Cash or Terms 23 East Gambier Street Phone EX 2-1896 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 1-s GELSANLITERS9 Manager - Scott Sanders Richard Day S C H E C K 9 S J 1 I' G' A' 9 W. Vine Street F 0 0 D L I N E R Mount Vernon, Ohio hw COSHOCTON ROAD MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Parnell Brothers Shell Service Station 100 Coshocton Ave. EX 2-7856 After Graduation . . Keep Track of Your Friends Whether you go to college or get a job away from Mount Vernon - you will Want to keep in touch with your friends back home. You can do this by subscribing to your hometown newspaper. Write or call the circulation department for additional information. Phone EX 2-2856. MOUNT VERNON NEWS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Knox and Elsewhere Outside Ohio Adjoining Counties In Ohio In U. S. A. 3 MONTHS ...................... 33.00 .,.... ...... SS 4.00 ......... ,,,,,,, S 4.50 6 MONTHS ...... ............ 35 5.00 ...... ...... SS 6.00 ...... .....,. SS 8.00 1 YEAR ,.,.... ........ 35 9.00 ...... ,,.... SS 10.00 ..,,,, ,,,,,,, S 15.00 1--B MONTGOMERVWARD 4 HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND 217 South Main Street Phone EX 3-3045 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 1"u Q-s Mount Vernon's Complete Department Store for the Entire Family. Good Service to You, zz Pleasure to Us" SATISFACTIQN GUARANTEED or your money back BLAND'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Complete Meals In Your Car IN A HURRY? S 234 CALL EX 2-3058 PICK UP YOUR ORDER W1'I'HIN MINUTES S KY B U R G E R "A BANQUET ON A BUN" 670 N. SANDUSKY ST. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO For The Best In Bakery Products IT'S MELLBERG'S BAKERY 10 N. MAIN ST., MOUNT VERNON, OHIO "Oven Fresh Every Day" Specializing in Wedding and Birthday Calees and All Types of Decorated Cakes l1lS.Mlll Compliments of Sears Roebuck and Co. 21 14 E. Gambier St. Phone EX 5-2015 H The Best In Drugstore Service E C K L E R' S "Prescription Specialists" I REXALL DRUG STORE On the Square UHIKE - TO HECK'S" C 012 gratulations T0 Tloe Graduating Class of 1961 THE ALCO E KOUSLOULAS DRY CLEANING 15 WEST VINE ST. Phone EX 2-6861 We cover the city and its suburbs weekly. Garbage and trash collec- tion our specialty. City Disposal Service Oflice - 2 E. Gambier St. Quality and Honesty Foremost W I S E J E W E L R Y ELGIN - HAMILTON - BULOVA - LONGINE - WITTNAUER WATCHES Phone EX 2-6048 Next To Penney's Mount Vernon, Ohio C6G0od Feeling Goes With Square Dealing" L-'z Mount Vernon Farmers Exchange Co. Paul's Flowers Flowers for All Occasions Unusual Gifts Hallmark Cards N. PAUL WILLIAMS, OIIVIBI' 22 Public Square Mount Vernon, O Williams, Hollinger Agency, Inc. Mount Vernon, Ohio Phone EX 2-2891 GENERAL INSURANCE 9 E. VINE ST. 'Y 46 c 0 A E91 S Q, ei V if Q Sf g"?Z,. 9 A F A S H I O N S for NIGHT and DAY DOWNTOWN MEATS 306 South Main EX 3-6861 Bernard Lann g William Frazee Portraits and Prices to Please FULMERQS FOT0 107 E. Ohio Ave. Mount Vernon, Ohio ALL TYPES OF PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAITS H- ALBUMS THANK YOU NOTES Please make appointments. Phone EX 5-1861 Member Professional Photographers of Ohio Aid Investment and Discount Congratulations to the class of 1961 l1West Ohio Ave. EX 3-5881 FOSTER'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY O Compliments of Grohe Funeral Home 108 N. Main St. Phone EX 2-4956 AMBULANCE SERVICE alloc" FiXit's CUSHMAN SCOOTERS WHIZZER MOTOR BIKES SCHWINN BICYCLES ECLIPSE MOWERS CLINTON 81 HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS Compliments of The Peoples Bank Gambier, Ohio + Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation IN MOUNT VERNON IT 'S THOMPSON PASTRY SHOP Wedding and Birthday Cakes Homemade Bread, Rolls, Pies, Etc. 701 WEST HIGH STREET PHONE EX 3-1961 PALM HARDWARE DEAN 8z BARRY PAINTS HOUSEWARES HARDWARE 307 SO. MAIN ST. VA SBINDER'S HEATING 81 ROOFING HOWARD AT MCKENZIE Phone EX 3-2821 Best Wishes To The Class of 1961 Endsley 81 Baldwin Insurance Agency The Best and Complete Insurance Co. 35 East Gambier St. The Sherwin-Williams Co. 212 South Main Street Kenyon College Bookstore Gambier, Ohio Books, Supplies, Records, and Prints Mail Orders Filled Promptly Buckeye Candy Co. Distributors of johnston's Chocolates Brach 's Candies Mount Vernon, Ohio L1 Ernie J. Brunner Phone Branch Manager EX 2-3986 7 L e R o y s FOR PERFECT DIAMONDS 117 SO. MAIN ST. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Telephone EX 3-4946 Don't Forget Flowers Williams Flower Shop Member F.T.D. CFlorist Tele. Del. Ass'n.J 114 S. Main St. Phones EX 2-2076 - EX 2-2086 Corsages - Weddings -- Funeral Arrangements A-I Auto Glass and RADIATOR SERVICE Dial EX 5-7816 Rear of 504 W. Vine St B E C K 9 S POINT-DRIVE-IN Big Beck, Coney Island, French Fries, Milkshakes, Hamburgers, Etc. 8 Blocks South of Square Route 15 South Mount Vernon, Ohio Congratulations To The CLASS OF 1961 Carroll Crider Insurance Agency 1.5 20 E. High St. Mount Vernon, Ohio Phone EX 5-5931 Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Mt. Vernon, Inc. 506 West Vine Street MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PENNEY' Knox County's Newest and Brightest Air Conditioned Store SATISFACTION GUARANTEED LEMASTERS FINE CLOTHES FOR MEN AND WOMEN Anne Lapp Millinery Exclusive Costume jewelry Handbags 14 So. Main St. Mount Vernon, Ohio WISHING YOU SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS THROUGH THE YEARS L1 Mt. Vernon Business School C ozuftesy of D. BEBOUT, INC. L-u DODGE SALES AND SERVICE 410 W. High Street EX 5-1866 DOWDS FUNERAL HOME 200 - 201 NEWARK ROAD MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Phone EXpress 3-1076 ESTABLIS I-IE D 1898 ubcmf .Wa0koJ1 8 Sou MW I CORPORA BROADCASTING SERVES AMERICA 1300 AM 93.7 FM WMVO SERVES YOU As a Public Affairs Program WMVO presents . . . The Mount Vernon High School "Board of Education" with Superintendent Pickens Moderator. This informative half-hour program is broadcast Sunday afternoon alternating with the Chamber of Commerce program 'llnside Mount Vernon." WINNERS Peggy Tims was the 525.00 third place WM VO PRESIDENTIAL SWEEPSTAKES WIN- NER with her entry of 108,000 difference in the popular vote cast in the Nov. 8th, 1961 election. Steve Carter Won 5525.00 for his WMVO CITY HALL SLOGAN CON- TEST With QHA LITTLE FROM EACH, MEANS A LOT FOR ALL . . . CAST YOUR VOTE FOR A NEW CITY HALLUJ Maybe next year? "News 81 Views" has been a WMVO Public Service Program for the past three years. Broadcasts are aired Saturday at 10:15 with Lorinda Netolick, Robert Eastman and William Woods. They are to be congratulated for their efforts expended in pre- senting the Mount Vernon High School Activities. 171 7 Congratulations to The Class of 1961 L. Pennvamon W lnmoow Guess Symbol of Quality PITTSBURGH PLATE GLA S S CO. Works Number Elevc Mount Verno Oh 2 Q 5 s E E E Wins 'I' These three towboats built by St Louis Shipbuilding and Steel Company M are the world's three most powerful. They are powered by Cooper-Bessemer TH E B I G T H R Turbocharged LS-8 engines . . .recognized every- where for the1r stamina and reliability under rigorous 'round-the-clock duty. The upper photo shows Federal Barge 0 F T H E Lines, 9000 hp MXV America Cleftl passing their 8500 hp MXV United States in the lower Mississippi. The lower photo shows the recently completed 6630 hp MXV Austen S. Cargill heading for W0 R service in the upper Mississippi for Cargo Carriers, Inc. Call Cooper- Bessemer for assistance 1n planning your marine power fac1l1t1es. Get the benefits of Cooper-Bessemer stamina X and operating economy for vessels of any size. i i GEN comrnssol mourns- an . nlrsu . on-mlsu Jil-Powur OIO 2 35 8 5 t S 5 5 E 3 4 4 To the Class of 1961 Congratulations on your accomplishments Good Fortune in your future endeavors CONTINENTAL Q cAN colvlrnuv Flexible Packaging Division MOUNT VERNON. OHIO Our Statement of Policy: To sell the kind of product that won't come back - to customers who will. In short - "a satisfied customer." 0 Brochures 0 Catalogues 0 Publications 0 Office Forms 0 Personal and Business Stationery 0 Wedding Announcements and Invitations CPrinted and Engraved? The Manufacturing Printers Company 18- 20 N. Main Street - Mount Vernon, Ohio 17 A 1' I -i , 1 1 ,ii wi we i ffwffwrf W i f e 4 'ff.- r J, Q f ' . 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F O R D TI-IUNDERBIRD F A L C O N ECONOLINE TRUCKS F O R D T R U C K S EXpress 2-5946 106 WEST OHIO AVENUE EXpress 2-5936 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Compliments of THE FIRST-KNOX NATIONAL BANK Mount Vernon F d lx C b g S t lly S g Th' C mmunity 114 Years Member F.DIC AF d IR Sy FRANK AND JOHN BEAM ADVERTISE THEIR FATHER,S BUSINESS Complmzents of D Dllhllstone ff Q-, N EWARK ROAD f K 517 Vvoun LUMBER NUMBER 2.29-Ol Visit us at our new location 404-406 West Gambier Street. With new stock and new low prices. 4- -af T 4 ' 5 - K' DIUIUQI' l -. A M 2-cl " 'i ' ef + '1 -T ff' -- zurfq I Millstone Lumber Yard l 178 Compliments of Mount Vernon Auto Dealers Kincaid Buick-Rambler Co. Niggles Pontiac Dusty Rhodes Chevrolet Harris Oldsmobile-Cadillac, Inc. Roger Servais Trucks Cochran Motor Sales Virgil A. Gibson, Inc. Metcalf Motors, Inc. D A L R Y M P L E ELECTRIC SERVICE , COMPLETE LINE OF WIRING G. E. and Westinghouse Motors I Commercial and Industrial Fixtures 91 Columbus Road We R.D. if:5 EX 2-4831 Paul Turner Insurance Agency ... . T 25 Belmont Avenue Mills Electric Heating 304 S. McArthur St. INSULATING COMPLETE HOME HEATING PHONE EX 3-3016 BARNCORD SHOE REPAIR PUBLIC SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Ellis Brothers, Inc. Roundhouse Lane .. . - Mount Vernon, Ohio Compliments and Best Wishes from your Electric Service Company n on-no PQWER Zcfcommnv PERFECT STRIKE TILDEN LANES High School and junior Bowling Follow the Crowd ' v 'N xxaaxlvgf ,Z I . 'ef ' !'Q222isisiziagegzgsgefsgsgagzl 3 fi? FREE INSTRUCTION 300 Tilden Ave. Phone EX 2-6037 Compliments of Compliments of Purdy Sand 81 Gravel J. B. KEPPLE Mount Vernon, Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Compliments of Compliments of ELLIOTT'S SHOES ShHW'N 01111 "We fin the feet to keep them fir." Funeral Home O 203 N. Main Street snnfn Main sneer Mount Vernon, ohio EX 32866 Comoliments of Northside Manor Central Ohio's most modern Home for the elderly retired. Avalon Road - Mount Vernon, Ohio Guy and Lucile M. VanNostrand, Directors EX 2-5986 180 RUDIN'S V The Store of Quality J? r ' ' 'Q PEGPLES EHUIESTORE Compliments from Bair Dry Cleaners Mount Vernon, Ohio ASLW Drive-In 400 W'ooster Road Mount Vernon, Ohio HS61'1Ji7Zg You the Best" Draft A8cW Root Beer Mugs Take Home Jugs Hamburgers -- Hot Dogs Round Hill Farm D IRY STDRE Carry Out Service On SUNDAES - MILKSHAKES - SODAS - Complete Line of Dairy Products - Wooster Road at City Limits Mount Vernon, Ohio i 1 l i I i 4 4 1 1 R. C. R l OW ey Valley Run 81 Associates Dairy Farms I N S U R ANC E Phone MY 4-6406 125 S. Main St. Mount Vernon, O. Fredcricktown, Ohio Ojfciczl Photographers for FORUM Guy Lipps 102 West Gambier Street Don Garverick 51 East Gambier Street james Israel 9 West High Street INDEX Adams , Carola3 82,99,115,116,127, 133 Adams, Vicki Leslie 3 86 Addlesperger, James 3 50 Albert, Bill 3 74 Alberts, Alma 3 50 Alexander, Charles 3 86 Alexander, Kathryn A. 3 82 Alexander, Sue 3 50, 116, 132 Alexander, Pat 3 50, 128. 144, 145, 154 Allen, Mary 3 50, 114,116,120 Allen, Ronald 3 50, 129 Allen, Rosalie 3 82, 123, 124, 131, 133 Allen, Sally 3 50, 105, 110, 136 Alley, Dick 3 15, 74 Allman, Susan Aileen -- 86. 104, 136 Anders, Ronald 3 82 Anderson, Bonnie 3 82 Anderson, Helen E. 86, 122, 131, 133 Angelas, Helen 3 30, 50, 133, 136 Annett, Carolyn Sue 3 90 Annett, Dennis 3 74 , Annett, Frances Eileen 3 86 Annett, Joyce Elaine 3 86 Annett, Ronnie R. 3 82 Annable, James 3 50, 73, 129 Antill, Carol Ann 3 86 Antill, Gordon Victor 3 86, 117 Antill, Wilda 3 50 Anton, Cocona 3 82, 127 Ashcraft, Larry 3 74 Atherton, George 3 86 Atkinson, Joanne Marie 3 86 Auker, Ann 350, 115,117, 133 Austin, Robert 3 74, 138, 140 Ayers, Ron 3 74, 138 Baer, Carolyn 3 50, 110, 156 Baer, Joan Elaine -- 86 Baker, Jean 3 74, 106 Baldwin, Gene Victor 3 86, 130, 156 Ball, Rebecca Janice 3 86, 116 Ballam, Fred William 3 86 Bancroft, Margaret 3 86, 100 Bancroft, Mina 3 29, 50, 107, 124 Baney, Sharon 3 82 Banning, Al 3 50, 105, 107, 112, 115, 117. 120, 129 Barber, Terry Stewart 3 87 Barnard, Robert 3 138 Barncord, Sally 3 82 Bartlett, Jack 3 74, 114, 116 Bartels, Leslie 3 82 Barton, Linda 3 74, 131, 132 Barton, Sidney Leland 3 86, 147 Bateman, Sharon 3 50, 67, 115, 116 Baube, Beach, Beach, Beach, Beam, Janice 3 116, 134 Ellen 3 82, 123,134 Robert B. 3 86, 138, 140 Stephen 3 82, 144, 147 J0hn3 86, 114, 116, 121,122 Beatty. Marilyn Ruth 3 86 Beck, Pam 3 20, 36, 51, 124, 134, 158 Beck, Sandy 3 74, 131 Beck, Teresa 3 86, 136 Beck, Thomas Lynn, 86 Becker t, Sharon 330, 51, 106, 107, 112, 113,11-4,117,133 Beckholt, Chester Lee 3 86, 130 Beckley, Sue 3 82, 123, 133 Beema Beema n, Jim 3 74 n, Thomas Virgil 3 86 Beever, John Leslie 3 86 Beever, Virginia 3 82 Bemiller, Richard 3 29, 74, 94 Berger, Gary 3 82 Bergs, Jim 3 74 Beroth, Jim 3 20, 23, 51, 124, 125, 128 Bevington, Cindy 3 51 Bevington, Jim 3 86, 130 Bickel, Bickel. Bilfith, Bigfs, Biggs, Robert 3 86 Sharon 3 86 Frank 3 51, 94, 95. 124, 130 Gene 3 82, 126 Phyllis 3 74, 131 Billman, Emerson 3 82 Black, Crystal 3 51, 132 Black, Kandy 3 86 Black, Melodee 3 74 Blair, Chancey 3 74, 130 Blair, David 3 82, 126, 130 Blair, Glen 3 126 Blair. Janice 3 82, 123 Blankenship, Don 3 115, 117 Blue. Bonnie 3 82, 104,115, 116,121, 12 2 Blue, James 3 86 Blue, Bob 3 74, 129, 155 Boling, Jerry -- 74 Bollinger, James 3 86, 129 Bollinger, John 3 29, 82, 104, 124, 127, 128, 147 184 Bonar, Edward 3 86 Bone, Gary 3 5l,115,116,121,128 Bone, Susan 3 29, 82, 123, 124, 134, 136 Booth, Jerry 3 82 Bostic, Bob 3 82 Bostic, Linda 3 86 Boucher, Diana 3 82, 123 Boucher, Saundra Kay 3 86 Bouton, Ann 3 18, 19, 51, 110, 122, 124 125, 132 Bouton, Harry 3 29, 30, 74, 130 Bowden, Bob 3 82 Bower, Betty 3 82, 124 Bowers. Randy 3 51, 130 Bowman, Barbara 3 74, 123, 131 Boyd, Irene 3 51, 134 Boyd, Jane 3 19, 23, 74, 104, 106, 124 125, 134 Boyd, Kathryn 3 86 Boyer, Marcella 3 74 Boyle, Carolyn 3 82 Bracey, Robert 3 82, 104 Brasseur, Brent 3 86 Brasseur, Terry 3 51 Breece, Mary 3 86 Brenneman, Bill 3 86 Breuneman, Joyce 3 36, 51, 112 Briggs, Greg 3 86, 130 Brooks, Ann 3 51, 123 Brooks, Joe 3 86, 156 Brooks, June 3 82, 114, 116,123 Brown, Karen 3 82 Brown, Margaret 3 86 Brown, Mary 3 51,112, 113, 127, 136 Brown, Saundra 3 86 Bryan, David 3 86, 147 Bryan, Joyce 3 74, 123 Buckham, Bill 3 82, 128, 147, 150 Buker, Bob 3 19, 30, 36, 51, 73, 104, 107 114,116,120,121,122, 156 Buker, Bill 3 74, 81, 129 Bumpus, David L. 3 86, 156 Burch, Nancy L. 3 90 Burgess, Margaret 3 52, 69, 73, 104, 105 107, 113, 123, 133 Burggraf, Darlene 3 86, 134 Burggraf, Linda 3 29, 74, 101, 134, 135 Burke, Dick 3 74, 130 Burson, Vickie Lyn 3 86 Burt, Carol 3 52 Busenburg, Janet 3 52 Butler, Bonnie 3 82, 123 Butler, Linda 3 85, 132 Butler, Stella L. 3 86 Butcher Mar aret 52 124 125 1 B 1 , i Buxton, Gary 3 52, 132 Byrd, Jo Ann 3 74 Byrd, Richard 3 74 Cagwin, Nancy 3 74, 104, 123, 133 Calhoon, Garson, 82, 130 Calkins, Bob 3 86, 101 Calkins, Nancy Lee 3 86 Carik, Janet 3 52, 68 Carik, Wilma 3 82 Carpenter, Cheryl 3 86 Carpenter, Don Ray 3 86 Carpenter, Rita 3 52, 131, 132 Carpenter, Ronald 3 82, 130 Carpet, Barbara 3 29, 74 Carter, Stephen 3 74, 81, 104, 106, 124, 125 Carter, Russell, 130 Cary, Sharon, 74, 132, 135, 136 Cassaday, Carolyn 3 35, 74, 106 Chalfant, Rodger 3 52, 126 Champion, Maurice 3 74, 104, 113, 156 Chancellor, Craig Alan 3 86, 129, 156 Chandler, LeRoy 3 82 Chandler, James 3 74, 126 Christopher, Charles 3 152 Christopher, Dick 3 24, 25, 52, 68, 106 110.127,129,133 Clark, Christine 3 29, 82, 114, 116 Clark, Connie 3 74 Clayborn, Bernice 3 52, 132 Clayborn, Loretta 3 82 Clayborn, Cerita 3 74 Clement, Deidra Ann 3 87 Clements, Donnie 3 74, 156 Cline, Frances 3 74 Cline, Roger 3 126 Cline, Sarah 3 52, 123 Clippinger, Connie 3 74, 123. 131 Clutter, Bob 3 74, 129, 144. 145, 150 Clutter, Bonita Ruth 3 88, 131 Clutter. Larry 3 82, 130 Clutter, Linda 3 52 Clyde, Dan 3 29, 114, 116 Cochran, Diana 3 82 Cochran, Karen Kay 3 86 Coe, Gordon 3 52, 95, 105, 139, 156 Coe, Janet Ann 3 86 Coe, Jay 3 20, 52, 95. 130 Coe, Ronald Vaughn 3 90, 138 Coe. XViIliam Lawrence 3 86, 130 Colling, Marilyn 3 74 Coliield, David 3 85, 138, 140, 150 Colgm, Linda 3 82 Colville, Susan 3 74, 127, 133, 135 Colwill, Jerry 3 138, 140 Commins, Gary -- 86 Conklc, Donald 3 52 Cook, Kenneth Wayne 3 86, 129 Cooksey. Linda Kay 3 86, 136 Coon, Marilyn 3 53, 123 Corcoran, Judy 3 53, 132 Cornell, David 3 74 Cornell, Thomas 3 82, 138, 140 Cowlln, Jim 3 74, 101 Crago, James Allen 3 74 Craig, Sharon 3 82, 123, 133, 136 Cranmer, Margaret 3 53, 131, 133 Crawford, Robert 3 74, 129, 155 Crider, Mike 3 82, 128, 156 Crider, Phil 3 74 Crist, Connie 3 36, 53, 114. 117 Crouch, Ellen 3 53, 130 Crumbaker, Mary Jane 3 86 Cunningham, Tom 3 74, 130 Cutler, Lynda 3 82 Curfman, Jim 3 74 Daily, David 3 82, 115, 117, 128 Daily, Fred 3 82, 126 Danitili4Elizabeth 3 29, 34, 74, 104. 106. Darling, Ron 3 30, 74 Daugherty, Robert 3 86, 140 Dauphin, Jeffrey L. 3 86, 129 Davidson, Frank Dewey 3 74 Davis, Alfred 3 82 Davis, Carole 3 29, 75,117,121,133 Davis, Cinda Lou 3 86 Davis, Sharon 3 82, 115, 123 Day, Richard 3 53, 54, 67, 129 Day, Vicki 3 86, 104, 122,136 Dean, Robert Lewis 3 86 Deavers, Mary Louise 3 90 Decketk,5XVayne 3 29, 82, 104, 128, 144, Deeley, Mary Jane 3 53, 105, 110, 133 Deem, Sharon Anne 3 86 Delaney, Nancy 3 17, 75, 106, 115, 120, 121, 136 Delgouffre, George 3 75 Dement, Brenda 3 86 Dement, Connie Jo 3 86 Denhardt, Ellen 3 86 Dennis, John 3 75 DePolo, Phil 3 75 Devin, Pat 3 53, 133, 158 Dexter, Phyllis 3 53, 131 Dial, Connie 3 86 Dial, Phyllis 3 82, 132 Dice, Tom 3 53 Donnelly, Susan Kay 3 86 Dorsey, Sarah 3 89 Doup, Paul Robert 3 86 Dowdell, Dick 3 19, 53, 67, 105, 128, 144, 146, 154 Dowds, Jack 3 29, 32, 53, 73, 105, 111, 129, 154 Dowds, Stephen 3 86, 129 Downer. Vicki Lea 3 86 Drake, David 3 83 Drew, Irvin, 3 75, 104, 115, 117, 129 Drew, Marjory 3 53.114, 117, 136 Drope, Harry 3 86 Dudgeon, Bruce 3 29, 10-1, 127, 139, 140 Dudgeon. Jolm 3 53 Dudgeon, Virgil 3 82 Dudgeon, Virginia 3 82 Durbin, Sandra L. 3 86 Durieux, Don Justin 3 115. 156 Durieux. Donald 3 90, 116 Earley, Nancy 3 131 Earley, Sharon 3 75, 131 Earnest, Connie Lee 3 89 Earnest, Danny Lee 3 89. 130 Earnest, Sue 3 29. 82. 123 Easterday, KCn320. 23, 53, 139, 141, 143 Easterday. Martha 3 82. 134 Eastrilzgnj Robert 3 19. 53, 59, 100. 113. Eaton, Richard 3 82, 116, 128 Eben, Joe Charles 3 90 Eberhardt. Dennis Lee 3 139. 140 Eblin. Barbara 3 82 Edick, Jane 3 89.104,107.11-i, 117 Edick. Judith 3 36. 5-1.104,115, 116.121, 122, 124, 125 Edwards, Janice G. 3 87 Elmer, Patricia 3 82 Elliott, Gary W. 487 Elliott, Sharon 4 87 Evans Ph lli Ellis, Virginia 4 75,131, 133 , y s- 82, 124 Everett, Patsy 4 54 Green, Richard 4 129 Greene, Carol 4 75 Griesmyer, Caroll 4 75 Griffith, Robert 4 75 Grifhth, Sharon 4 90 Grimm Carol 4 55 Grimm Jane 4 87. 104, 114, 117, 136 Grimm, Paul 4 55 Grubaugh, Shirley 4 55, 131 Grubb, Terry 4 87, 122 Gueulctte, Pamela 4 28, 55. 69, 106. 115, 117,124,133, 134 Guinther, Sandra 4 75, 79, 114. 116, 134 Gullett, Mary Ann 4 75, 123 Gunia, Robert 4 29, 75, 79, 126 Guy, Zelma Lee 4 55, 106, 111, 127 Hachat, Charles 4 75 Haire. David 4 87 Hall, Charles 4 87 Hall. David 4 87, 130 Hall, Diane 4 87 Hall, June 4 87 Hall, Patricia 4 75 Hamilton, Pamela - 19, 23, 75, 106, 124, 125, 134, 158 Hamilton. Reed 4 29. 83, 104, 115, 117 Hammond, Dave 4 55, 128 Harding, Sharon K. 4 115, 117 Harding, Sharon Sue 4 75 Harmon, Barbara 4 55.111,114.117 Harmon, Donald 4 87, 130 Harris, Anne 4 75 Harris, John 4 28, 75. 79. 80, 124, 139 Harris, Mollie 4 87 Harris, Melody 4 75 Harris, Pamela 4 89 Harris, Patricia 4 29, 83. 133 Hart, Sue 4 75, 131,133 Harvey, James 4 83, 124, 153 Hatfield, Linda 4 123, 131 Hauger, Terry 4 87, 147, 150 Hawkins, Phillip 4 83 Heagren, Betty 4 83 Heagren, Don419,75,115,1l6, 122. 129 Heighton, Julie 4 87, 127 Heintz, John 4 55, 105, 153,154 Hellwig, Charles 4 87 Hellwig, Dwight 4 87 Hellwig, Sally 4 24, 25. 75, 81, 133, 136 Helser. Allan 4 28, 75, 111.115, 117, 120, 129 Hemplield, Ron 4 29 Hendershott, Connie 4 75, 133, 134 Hendershott, Ronnie 4 87, 147 Henry, Donna 4 87, 136 Henshaw, Richard 4 83. 153 Henthorn, Camden 4 83. 126 Ewers, Kathryn - 82, 131 Eyster, Barbara 4 19, 28, 54, 105. 111. 114, 116 Factor, Karen 4 87 Fair, Jolm Lee 4 124, 156 Falkenstine, Jo Ann 4 87 Farris, Mary 4 87 Fawcett, Ron 4 75 Ferrie, John 4 83, 126 Ferrie, Joan E. 4 87 Ferrie, William 4 54, 130 Ferrell, Susan 4 87 Ferris, Dean 4 54, 126 Ferres, Linda 4 87 Fetter, Esther 4 83, 114. 116, 122 Fidler. Saundra 4 87 Finnell, Patricia 4 87 Finnell, Saundra 4 83 Fithian, Charles 4 83, 152 Fithian, Margaret Claire 4 89, 127 Flecknoe, Francis. 4 54, 131. 132 Flccknoe. Mary 4 36, 54, 114. 116, 132 Flecknoe. Ruth Ann 4 131 Fleming, Terry 4 126 Fletcher, Diana 4 83 Fletcher, Jane 4 83, 123 Fletcher, Stephen 4 75, 126. 130 Foreman, Carolyn 4 75. 104, 106. 131 Foster, Dennis 4 83, 147. 150 Fowler, Jimmy 4 89, 130 Fowler, Pat 4 75 Fox, Bill 4 83, 138, 140, 156 Fox. Dick 4 83, 138 Fox, Ronald 4 87, 156 Franz, Jerry 4 75 Frary, Tim 4 54, 124 Frazer, Don 4 54. 129 Fribley, Mike 4 75 Fritz, Karen 4 83, 115, 116 Fronce, Charles 4 117, 128 Frost, Larry 4 75 Frost, Sharon A. 4 87 Frye, Charles 4 75 Frye, Keith 4 33, 87 Frye, Larry 4 29, 36, 54, 69, 105, 106, 112, 113, 129 Frye, Marcia 4 87 Frye, Sharon 4 75, 104 Frye, Sheryl 4 87 Frye, Thomas 4 75, 102 Fuchs, Susan 4 87 Fulleman, Lizbeth 4 29, 83 Fulmer, Louise 4 75 Fulton. Jeannette 4 87 Gallagher. Patricia 4 87 Gallagher, Sharon 4 54 Gallogly, Joyce 4 83, 123. 124 Gamble, Gary -- 83 Gamble, Judy Ann 4 87 Gamble, Paula 4 54 Gantt, Jerry 4 75 Gardner, Mary 4 75, 115. 117 Garverick, Dianne 4 75. 111, 133. 136 Garrety, Gretchen 4 83, 133 Garrus, Jim 4 75, 129 Garzieri, Doug 4 88 Gatchell, Brian 4 19, 29, 83, 104- 114- 117, 121, 122 Gatchell, Lawrence 4 87, 147 Gaumer, Lloyd 4 54,115. 117. 128 Henthorn, John 4 55. 126 Henthorn, Lowell 4- 83. 126. 138, 140 Henthorn, Ruth 4 55, 131, 132 Hess, Clara 4 87 George, Janet 4 20, 34, 75. 132. 135, 136 George, Jim 4 75, 126. 139, 140, 156 George. Larry - 87, 139, 140 Gerard, Linda 4 83 Gerrard. Dale 4 75 Giehl, Bob 4 54 Giehl, Philip 4 90 Gilhn, John 4 83, 114, 117 Gilbert, Darrell 4 75, 111. 129. 150 Mike 4 33. 36.55, 73. 100, 104, Gilchrist, 107 Gilchrist. Pamela 4 87, 104. 114, 117 Hess, Delores 4 76 Hess, Mary 4 87 Hess. Roger 4 55. 104 Hicks, Curtis 4 56, 129 Hicks, Roger 4 87, 147 Highman, Charles 4 Hiles, Richard 4 66, 124 Hill, Carol 4 87 Hill, Cheryl 4 77, 104. 131 Hill, Gary 4 56 Hill, Robert -- 83 Hill, Rodger, 56 Hill, Roberta 4 90 Hines, Paula 4 87, 133 Hines, Wesley 4 56, 139, 141, 143 Hoar, James 4 56 Hoar, Robert 4 56 Hobbs, Charles 4 87 Gilchrist, Patricia 4 87, 114, 117 Gilliland, Patrick 4 87, 129 Githens, Thomas 4 75 Goff. Donald 4 90 Goodall, Barbara 4 55 Gooding. Franklin 4 87, 104 Gooding, Richard 4 83 Goossens. Fred 4 75 Goulding, Donald 4 75, 129 Graf. Jeff 4 83,133 Graf, Judith 4 75 Gower, Gary 4 87, 117 Graham, Connie 4 55. 132 Graham. David 4 75. 126 Graham. Jo Ann 4 30, 75, 133 Grasso, Doug 4 87, 117 Graves. Marilyn 4 55. 123 Green, Daniel 4 29, 75 Hobbs, Mike 4 83. 128. 140, 147 Hoecker, Carol 4 29, 83 Holcomb, Jimmy 4 76 Holcombe, Susan 4 56, 71. 104, 105. 106. 112, 113, 115, 122,133 Hollifield, Jerrie 4 76, 114. 116, 133 Holloway, Kay 4 83 Holmes, Leslie 4 35, 83, 133. 134 Holsky, Pamela 4 87 Holt, Edna 4 87 Hookway, Hugh 4 29. 30, 76 Hopwood, Lois 4 83, 114.117,131 Horn, Sharon 4 30. 35, 56. 112. 113. 115. 116,118.120,124.125.133 Hotchkiss, James 4 Houbler, Ginny 4 Hough, Sue 4 56, 104 20, 76, 124. 158 133 House, Jack 4 87 Howard. Brenda 4 83. 114 Hoy. Bruce 4 76, 129 Hubbard, Betty 4 Hughes. Daniel 4 83 56. 128, 144 Hughes. Mary 4 89 Hull. Ronnie 4 29. 76 Hunnicut. Charles 4 83 Hunter. Gary 4 83 Hunter. Linda 4 56, 122. 124 Hurlow, Larry 4 87 Hyatt. Marsha Hysell, Bonnie Ilger, Sharyn 456,132,136 483 4 20, 30, 36, 56, 106, 116,122,124,125,132,136 Imholf, Elizabeth 4 83, 114, 116 Irvine, Wendy 4 28, 76, 134 Italiano, Richard 4 89 Jacks, Naomi 4 87 Jackson, Shirley 4 115 85 l Jacobs, Joan4 76, 124, 133, 134, 135, 136 Jacobs, Judy 4 29, 76, 133. 134, 135 l 1 Jacobs, Kay 4 28. 76. 123, 133. 134 Jacobs, Ronald 4 147 Jamhoski, Peggy 4 56, 123, 131 Jamboski. Thomas 4 83, 94, 128. 144. 145, 150 James, Marilyn 4 76, 131 James, Thomas 4 87, 129 Jefferson, Loraine 4 56, 123 Jewell, Robert 4 83, 126 Johnson, John 4 83 Johnson, Paul 4 76. 129, 139, 140 Jones. Ellen 4 36, 57 Jones, Larry 4 57 Joslin, Judy Ann 4 87 Kahrl, James 4 76, 129, 153 Kahrl, Robert 4 29, 87, 104, 122 Kahrl, William Lee 4 87, 90, 104, 129 Keenan, Martha 4 57 Kelley, Dan 4 83 Kelley, Thelma Marie 4 87 Kent. Judie 4 87 Kernodle, Barbara Anne 4 87 Kerr, Dennis 4 76 Kerr, Gary 4 57, 104, 106, 124, 125, 129 Kerr, Gayle Louise 4 87 Kerr, Martha Grace 4 87 Kerr, Sharon 4 76, 104. 123 Kerr, Sue 4 85,127 Ketter, Richard 4 83 King, Barbara Ann 4 87 King, Carolyn 4 57, 72, 105. 106, 110 King, Sharon Ann 4 87 Kinnard, Dennis Ray 4 87 Kinnard, Linda 4 57, 132 Kinnard, Michael L. 4 87. 147 Kinney, Patricia 4 20, 57, 111. 158 Kiracofe, Lynn 457, 105. 106, 112 Kirch, JoAnn 4 76, 135 Kirch, Katherine 4 83 Kissell, Phillip 4 76 Kleiner, Larry 4 29, 76, 144, 146. 156 Knecht, Billie 4- 76, 116 Knohl, Richard 4 57. 100 Knouff, Ann 4 87. 134 Knox, Ellen 4 87, 122, 136 Knox. Charles 4 76, 102 Knox, Ivena 4 76 Knox, Patricia 4 83 Knox, Phillip 4 20, 57, 128 Koch, David 4 57, 156,157 Kochis, Jacob 4 83 Kofod, Elizabeth 4 83 Kofod. John Wilfred 4 87. 156 Kost. Linda 4 57, 132 Kost. Mary Lou 4 35. 57,131.132 Kost. Robert 4 124 Kouba, Gene 4 85 Kreps, Lisa Marie 4 87 Kuhn, John 4 83 Kundmiller, Deanna 4 76, 123 Kymer, Betty 4 20, 57. 105. 107. 110, 115,116,120,122 Kymer, William 4 29. 83, 104, 115. 116 Lamb, Ernest George 4 88 Lamb, Jeanie 4 36, 57 Lambert, Jerry 4 83 Lane. Donald George 4 88. 130 Lanning, Randy 4 83, 138. 149 Latham. Rosilyn 4 30. 76, 114, 116, 124, 134 Lauderbaugh, Marilyn 4 83 Laughrey. James E. - ss, 115. 116, 156 Laymon, Gerald 4 83, 130, 139 Lauderbaugh, Ruth A. 4 88 Lawrence, Manley S. 4 90 Leache, Thomas E. 4 88 Lee. George Nathan 4 88 Lee. Robert 4 58. 130 Leedy, Dale 4 58 Leedy. Betty Jean 4 58 Leiter, Eugene 4 58, 100, 128 Lemasters, Gayle Ann 4 88 Lepley, Nancy Louise 4 88 Lepley, Thomas Virgil 4 130 Lester, Lorraine -4 84 Lester. Nellie Rae 4 90 Lester. Suzanne 4 84, 104. 136 Levering, David W, 4 88, 129. 130 Levering, Daniel 4 58, 104, 106. 129 Lewis, Ashby 4 58, 128 Lewis. Bonnie 4- 58. 123 Lewis, Nancy Jean 4 88 18 5 Mintier, Gary - 88, 129 Mintier, Jolm - 49, 76, 128 Misicka, Mike - 84 Mondron, Judith - 76 Mondron, Pete - 76, 104, 106, 152 Mondron, Steve - 29, 129 Lewis, Sharon - 84 Little, Cynthia Sue - 58. 132, 136 Little, Douglas - 76, 117 Little, Lydia Lee - 88 Llewellyn, Sharon - 84 Lockhart, Gary - 130 Lockhart, Harlan - 58. 130 Lockhart, Rita - 58, 123 Lockhart, Ron - 76, 138, 139, 140 Lockhart, Ross - 88 hionette, Bill - 129 Montalbo, Alfred - 84, 139, 140, 156 Lockhart, Vivian L. - 88 Lord, Ellen - 30, 58, 93 Lord, Henrietta - 76, 114, 117 Lorey, Elizabeth Mae - 88 Lutz, XVilliam Kent - 88, 124, 147 Lynds, Evelyn Marie - 88 Mackin, Glenn - 58, 138, 156 Mackin, Patricia - 84. 104, 114, 117, 133 Madias, Teresa - 29, 76, 114, 117 Magcrs, Jerry - 76 Maier, Trudy - 76, 123 Morain, William - 88, 115, 117 Moran, Judith - 59 Moran, Sharon - 76 Moreland, Ellis - 88 Morrow, Thomas - 59 Mossholder. Fred - 60, 126 Mosley, Leonard - 77, 154 Mouer, William - 77. 115 Mowery, Bob - 77,156,157 Mowery, John - 60, 106, 128 Mowery, Kathy - 20, 60, 123, 136 Moxley, Polly -- 77, 131 Ralston, Ricky - 84, 116, 128 Ransom, Christine - 88, 104 Rardin, David - 77, 129, 150 Rayburn, Bennie -- 88, 130 Reed, Sherry - 88 Reese, Lewis-77, 115, 117, 120, 121, 122 Refeld, Vic - 61 Rethtt, Betty - 84 Malone, Karen - 36, 58, 132, 133 Mapes, Carol -- 84, 132 Marchal, Glenn - 76, 79, 81, 104, 117, 129, 133 Marquart, Barbara 86 Martin, Lewis - 58, 138 Martin, Marilyn - 88 Marshall, Doug - 88, 115, 116 Marshall, Neal - 76, 115, 116, 129, 153 Matheny, Bob - 76 Mathews, Jim - 58 Mathews, Merla - 84, 123, 136 Mawer, Shirley - 84 Maxwell, Dick - 88 May, Bernice - 84 Mayhew, Ricky - 76, 152 Mazza, John - 139, 140, 147, 156. 157 Mazza Michele - 20, 36, 58, 106, 124, 125, 147 McCalla, Barbara - 76, 122 McCament, Dean - 33. 84. 104 McCament, Wesley - 88 McClellan, Sharon Sarah - 88 McConnell, Don - 30, 76, 106 McConnell, Richard -- 76 Mumaw, Ronnie - 77 Mumaw, Sonny - 60, 115, 117. 120. 121 122, 128 Mumper, Joe - 24, 60, 68, 100, 124, 125 128 Murphy, Arthur 4 33, 84, 128 Myers, Joyce - 60 Myers, Judy - 88 Myers. Rosan - 123 Myers, Wilma R. - 77 Nash, Dave - 60, 105, 106, 114, 128, 144, 145, 147,153,154 Neeley, Betty - 88 Neese, Jim -. 60, 138 Neibarger, Alice - 29, 77 Neibarger, John - 77, 126 Neighbarger, Marla - 88 Neighbarger. Raphael - 88 Nethers, Richard - 20, 60, 67, 69, 105 113, 121, 122, 124, 125. 139, 141 143, 156 Netolick, James - 150 Netolick, Lorinda - 24, 25, 28, 60, 68, 73 105, 106.124, 133 Newton, Nancy - 77 Nicholson, David - 84, 128, 144, 145 Nest, Barbara - 88 Noce, Bob - 19. 121 Norris, Joe - 88 Norris. Linda - 88 Nutt, Patricia - 77 Nutter. Linda - 84 Oakes, Alfred - 88, 126 O'Brien, Irene - 77 O'Brien, Wayne - 88, 127, 147. 150 O'Hanlon. Michael - 19. 20, 60. 105, 106, 110, 128, 150,154 Omlor, Dan -- 77, 139, 150 Reiss, Lohn - 84 Reiss, aul - 77, 128 Rentz. John - 20, 61. 73, 107, 139, 157 Ressler, Kenny - 29 Reynolds, Darrel - 20, 61, 67, 69, 138. 156 Rhoades, Lee - 61, 128 Rhoades, Robin - 29, 84, 123 Rhodes, Doug - 29, 77, 126 Rice, Connie - 20, 77, 158 Rice, Evan - 24, 36, 61, 68. 73, 104, 106, 115, 117, 120, 122, 124, 125, 129 Richards, Bill - 88 Ridenbaugh, James - 88 Ridenbaugh, Janet Q 88 Riley, Patti - 61, 114, 133 Rine, Dixie - 88 Rine, Nancy - 77, 116, 134, 135 Rine, Patty - 77 Rine, Tom - 77, 129 Rinehart, Hugh - 61. 153 Robbins, Curtis - 77 Robbins, Dixie - 84 Roberts, Judy - 84 Robertson, Donna - 62 Rockwell, Marilyn - 77, 124, 135 Roesler, Linda - 77. 106 Rodgers. Connie -- 29, 62 Rogers, Donald - 84, 130 Rogers, Marilyn - 84 Roe, Robert - 88 Rouse, Ruby -- 84 Rowley, Ginny - 84, 132 Rozelle, Dan J. - 88, 156 Rudin, Kathy Lynn - 88 Rudin, Wfalter - 62, 129. 139, 156 Ruhl, Edwin - 85 Rummel, Denton - 138, 140, 156 Rummel, Ron - 20, 84, 138, 140, 149 Rushton, Saundra - 77, 130 Rutan, Gary Harley - 88 McCord, Dixie - 59, 132 McCoy, Candius - 88 McCutchen, Kathleen - 29, 104, 117, 122 McDonald, Glen -- 88 McDonald, John - 152 McDonald, Kathleen -- 76 McDonald, Cary - 84 McDonald, William - 59, 105, 138, 154, 7 McDowell, Marilyn - 123. 133 McDo'?vfll, Sharon - 76, 84, 115, 118, 1 a 1 McFadden, Charlotte - 76. 136 McFarland. Charles - 84, 130 McFarland, Patricia - 59 McGee, Arlene - 84 McGinnis, Larry - 139 McKee, Danny - 59 McKee. Larry - 84 McKee, Lois - 84, 134 McKinley, Beth - 59. 67, 69, 93, 100, 112. 113 McKinley, Elaine - 76 McKinley, Jim - 84, 128 McKinstry, Luanna - 76 McLarnan, Thomas - 88 McLaughlin, John - 76 McLaughlin, Susan - 59 Mchiahon, Dick - 84, 130 McMahon, Frances - 76, 123, 133, 134 McMahon, Susan - 59 McMains, Steve 4 88, 139, 140, 147 McManaway, Linda -- 90 McNutt, Mary Louise - 90 McPherson. Beth - 36, 59, 71. 106, 115. 122, 133 McRill, Mary - 84 McVey, Barbara - 59, 131 Mechling, Delphia - 88 Ormandy, Jacqueline - 84, 133 Orsborn, Carol - 23, 30, 60, 105, 106. 112.113, 124, 125 Outcalt, Joe - 77 Owens, Patty Ann - 84 Owens, Shelby - 88 Paisley, Janet A- 36, 77, 131, 132 Parker, Ronald - 88 Parnell,CBarbara - 60, 112, 113. 124, 125 13 1 Parnell, Tom - 60, 124, 128, 152 Parsons, James - 85 Patton. Darlyne - 84 Payne, Victor Roy - 29, 77, 126 Peck. Betty Jo - 88 Peck, Mary - 60 Peck, Mildred - 61 77 Perkins, Ronald - Peterson, Kaye - 67, 69 Phelps, Janice - 88, 122 Piazze, Maria - 19, 77. 117, 124 Pierson. Mike - 61 Pierson, Ronald - 77, 129 Pigman, XVayne - 61, 114, 117, 126 Pillow, Bob - 77 Pilotti, Tom - 84, 150 Pipes, Howard - 61, 132 '71 61 111 133 Pitkin, Pam - .. , Pollock, Richard - Pond, Donna Dee Popejoy, Karen - Porter. Bob - 84 Porter Dan - 84 - 20, 28, 61,113,134 88 Meekins, Jean - 84 Meharry, Saundra - 84 Meier, Ruth - 88 Melcher, Patsy - 30, 59, 105, 112, 113. 115, 1l6,120. 124,133,136 Mellberg Suanne - 76, 123. 134 Metcalf, Bonnie - 84, 132 Meyer, Barbara - 76 Mickle, Paula - 76, 123, 124 Miller, Denny - 59, 94 Miller, Judy 1 SB Miller. Karen - 29, 84, 123 hliller, Ronetta - 29, 84, 123, 136 Miller, Ronnie - 33. 104, 116 Milligan, Karen - 89 Milligan, Kay - 76, 140 Milligan, Raymond - 76. 139, 156 Mills, Dan - 84 Mills, Kim - 59, 123 Mills, Virginia - 84 186 sei Porter, Gary - 84 Porter, Janice - 88 Porter, Judith - 88 Porter, Patty - 61, 67, 123 Porter. Patty - 88 Porterfield, Sharon - 88 Portertield, Steve - 74 Potter. Patty - 67 Prichett, Lucy - 77 Pumphrey, Nancy - 77 Purdy, Carol - 84. 91 Pursel. Carl - 77, 140 Pursel. Charles - 88. 138 Rafferty, Kathy - 88 Rutkowski, Anna - 81, 88 Rutkowski, Galena - 77, 133 Rutter, Becky - 77. 123 Salls, Elizabeth - 62 Sams, Janet - 133 Sanner, Dave - 62, 100. 128 Scarvelis, Agnes - 77. 102 Schafer, Jean - 77, 115. 116 Schlairet, Jeanne - 89 Schmidt, Dave - 77, 129 Schlosser, Houston - 84. 147 Scholp, Margaret - 84, 133 Schonauer. Barbara - 62. 131 Schonauer, Robert - 84, 130 Scott, Kay - 62 Scott, Sharon - 20, 29, 77, 79, 116, 124. 133, 134 Searls, Vicki - 89 Seavolt, Judith Ann - 89 Seavolt, John - 77, 129, 138, 140, 154. 156 Seavolt, Paul - 89, 130 Sebach, Henry - 28, 62. 156 Senseman, Florence - 25 Sentel, Edwin - 89 Severns, Linda - 30, 62 Shannon. Robert - 89 Shannon, Virginia - 62, 123 Shaw, Marie E. - 84 Sheets, Virgil - 89 Shellenbarger, Wayne - 84 Shepard, Bob - 89, 156 Sherman. John - 89 Shick, Jeanne - 29, 84, 104, 114, 116, 136 Shields, Margaret - 30, 62, 71, 136 Shipe, Vernon - 138. 156 Shira, 'lgerry - 62.138, 141, 143, 154. 15 w Shoemaker, Geraldine - 84, 133 Shoman, Sandy - 29, 77 Shrimplin, Malcolm - 89 Shrontz. Geneva - 36, 62, 71, 114, 117, 120, 124, 133 Shubert, Gary - 84. 150 Shultz, Donald - 89 Shultz, Linda - 77, 114. 116 Shumaker, Sue - 77 Sievert, Gary - 62 Sigman, Wayne Lee - 89 Sillars, Rodger James W- 89, 104 Silverwood, David - 62 Simpson. Linda - 77. 123, 131 Simmons. Marsha - 89 Simpkins, George - 89 Sims, Eddie - 77 Sirbaugh, Dennis - 20, 77, 129 Sisk. Teresa Kay 7 89 Slaughter, Karen 7 85 Sleeman, Madelene K. 7 89 Small. Dwight Cecil 7 89, 126 Smith, Carl C. 7 87. 115, 116 Smith, Clara Mae 7 63 Smith, Danny 7 90 Smith, Earl W. Jr. 7 89 Smith, Evelyn 7 77, 134 Smith, George 7 77 Smith, Janice 7 63 Smith, Lana 7 23, 63, 114, 117, 120 Smith, Larry 7 77 Smith, Mike 7 77. 138, 140 Smith, Robert 7 85 Smith, Sandra 7 89 Smith, Shirley Kay 7 89 Snow, Richard 7 117 Snyder, Robert 7 94 Snyder, Sharon 7 63, 106, 132 Tabor, Norman 7 30, 64 Talbott, Rebecca 7 64 Tanner, Sally 7 20, 78, 114, 116, 121, 127, 133 Tarr, John 7 87, 117 Taylor, Janet 7 64 Taylor. Jean 7 64, 92 Taylor, Jim 7 156 Taylor. Kathy 7 89, 134, 136 Taylor, Shirley 7 64 Tharp, Fred 7 89 Sowers. James 7 19, 63, 129 Sowers, John 7 19, 63, 102 Speaks, Steve 7 63, 105, 106, 138, 141, 142,143, 150,154 Speer, Tom 7 77, 129, 144, 146, 150 Spellman, Glenn 7 63 Sprankel, Jerry 7 78 Spring, John 7 89 Springer, Ann E. 7 89 Squires, Hairy Lee 7 89 Staats, Dianne 7 63 Staats, Karen 7 85, 123 Stafford, Sandra 7 85, 123 Stamper, Leah 7 30, 78, 123, 136 Stamper, Ronald H. 7 89 Stanley, Chester C. 7 89, 140 Statler, Gary 7 29, 78 Steinbrink, Robert C. 7 89 Steinmetz, Kathryn 7 63 Steurer, Robert 7 78 Steurer, Carolyn Sue 7 89 Stichert, Karl 7 85. 126, 139, 140 Stillings, Bud 7 150 Still, Walter 7 78 Stillings, Chuck 7 78, 85 Stillwagon, Bill 7 78, 116 Stoutenburgh, Judy 7 78 Sroyle, Jim 7 129 Straight. Maxine 7 90 Stricker, Cheryl 7 85, 124 Stringfellow, George 7 78, 126, 130 Stringfellow, Lauralie 7 63 Stringfellow, Nancy 7 85 Strong, Dan 7 78 Strouse, Eddie 7 63 Stryker, Dwight 7 63 Stryker, Gerald Lee 7 89, 139, 140 Stull, Darrell 7 31 Stull, Judith 7 63 Stuller, Mary 7 68 Stumbaugh, Russell 7 85. 130 Sturgess, John 7 78. 129 Sturgess. Susan 7 85, 136 Sturtevant, Harold 7 63 Sturtevant. Linda 7 64, 100 Suain, Jackie 7 85, 131 Summers, Craig 7 85. 130 Summers, Danny 7 78, 139. 144. 150 Summers, Shirley 7 64, 131 Sutton. Sheila 7 85, 133 Swetel, Diane F. 7 89 Swingle, Robert 7 78, 104, 129 Svkes, Christopher L. 7 89, 122 Tablett, James 7 85 Tablette. Edward 7 29, 30, 78 Weekley, Karen 7 25, 85. 104 Weir, Richard 7 87, 139, 140 Wfellter, Janice 7 65, 130 XVelker, Richard 7 126 Wells, David 7 89, 156 Wells, Sharon 7 89 Welsh, Harold 7 20, 78. 139. 144. 150 West, Janice 7 65 West, Linda 7 85 XVcstenbarger, Carolyn 7 89 Westenbarger, Judy 7 78 White, Anna Carol 7 89 White, Cheryl 7 78. 114, 117. 136 White, Randall 7 65 White, Robert 7 85 White, Ruby 7 78, 123 Whitney, Pam 7 85 Wiester, Craig Marion 7 33, 89. 104, 122, 156 Wiester, Vaughn 7 85. 117. 120, 121 Wilhelm. Alva 7 65. 139 Thomas, Marianne 7 89 Thonizgsg Nancy 7 78. 123, 124. 127. 134, Thompson, Donna 7 90 Thompson, James 7 89 Thompson, Karen - 24, 25, 64, 106. 133 Thompson, Kathleen 7 85 Thompson, Kenneth 7 85 Thompson. Patty 7 23, 78. 131 Thornton, Pat 7 64. 106. 124. 125 Thornton. Peggy 7 85. 104, 133 Todd, Sue 7 85,116,122 Todd. Thomas 7 30. 78, 139. 140. 156 Topp, Debra 7 89 TODD- Ron 7 64, 105. 150,154,155 Trace, Leslie 7 64 Trace, Tom 7 85, 139, 140. 149 Tracy, Jim 7 85,115.117.128 Trott. Judy 7 85 Truex, Charles 7 89 Ulrey, Mike 7 35, 104. 139. 140 Underwood, Cheryl 7 64 Vail, Barbara 7 78 Vail, Richard 7 85 Van Aman, Michael 7 85. 124. 128. 14' Vance, Albert 7 89 Vance, Lee 7 89 VanDeveIde, Don 7 89, 139. 140, 156 Van 1igo6uten, Richard 7 78. 115, 116. 118. VanVoorhis, Deborah 7 89 VanVoorhis, Tom 7 64 Vasbinder, Thomas 7 89 Vernon, Karen 7 29, 85 Vernon, Wfilliam 7 29 Vilfer, Donald 7 89 Wacker, Ann 7 19. 30, 36. 64, 73. 107. 110,115, 116,120 Wacker, Janet 7 89 Waddell, James 7 78, 85 Waddell, Jennifer 7 78, 135 Wagner, Joy 7 85 Wagner, Michael 7 89. 124 Wfagncr, Sheridan 7 64 Walker, Stephen 7 29. 85, 114, 117. 128 Wallace, Bonnie 7 65 Wfalpole, Robert 7 85 Walton. Max 7 89 Walton, Roger 7 89, 147 Wantland, Carolyn 7 65. 112. 113. 153 Ward. Deborah 7 89. 104 Ward, Martha 7 85, 134 Ware. Bob 7 89 XVarner, Dave 7 89 Warner. Kathy 7 65. 131 Wlarner, Priscilla 7 90 Warren, Claire 7 20, 78 Warren. Joyce 7 20, 22. 23. 65. 112. 11? 124 Watson. Douglas 7 26, 65 Watson, Linda 7 89 lwatson. Martha 7 78 Way, Barbara 7 78, 81. 106 XVebb. Ila Vay 7 65, 123 Williams, Doug 7 85. 124. 128, 147. 1,2 Williams, Larry 7 65 Willims, Michael Rex 7 89. 153 Williams, Robert 7 85. 150 XVilliamson, Phil 7 89 Willits. David 7 78 Wilson, Daniel 7 78, 126 Wilson, Judy 7 65, 123 Wilson, Tom 7 78, 152 Winegardner, Larry Dean 7 89. 129 Winegardner, Richard 7 89. 129 Wingertcr. Donna 7 78 Wise, Thomas 7 85, 130 Wfithgctt, Thomas 7 85, 113, 128 lii 152 Wolf, Alice 7 85 Wolfe, Bill 7 89 Wolfe, Craig Walter 7 89, 14 7 Wolfe, Dick 7 20. 78. 138. 140 Wolford. James 7 85. 130 Wood, William 7 28. 65, 113. 128 Woodland, Charles -- 29. 78 Woodland, Lawrence 7 65 Woodward. Dawn 7 19, 30, 36, 65. 73. 104, 107. 136 Woodward, Marcalan 7 89 Woodward, Thomas 7 33, 85. 147, 150 Woolson, Larry 7 78. 129 Woolson, Ronald 7 89 Workman, Freddy 7 85 Workman, Judy 7 78, 130 Workman, Karen 7 85 Wright, Brooksie 7 66, 114, 117 Wright, Craig 7 20. 78. 115. 129 Wright, Georgiana 7 66. 132 Wynkoop, Brian 7 85. 130 XVynn. Patricia 7 85, 104, 11-4, Wythe, John 7 78, 126 Wythe, Nancy 7 66. 123, 133 f Yarman, David 7 66, 139, 156 Yarman, Joe 7 78. 138. 140. 156 Yarman, Joyce -- 85. 114. 116 Yarman, Lallie 7 66. 105, 111. 133 Yarman, Paul 7 66. 139 Yarman, Steve 7 85 Yauger, Bob 7 19. 66, 105. 139. Yoakam. Mary 7 66, 106, 113. 1 120 Youst, Anna 7 85, 134 Youst, Joe 7 66. 138, 156 Zollars. Linda 7 66. 130 Zolman, David 7 89. 117 Zimmerman, Frederick 7 89, 147 117 114. 11 136 141 143 15 117 187 . . . and students are poured out by night to give the building a soul of dreams and thoughts and memories. 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