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

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theoforum 1962 mount vernon high school mount vernon, ohio here it is! hey! look it over, give it a cheer! the forum for '62 finally is here. the year's all recorded for everyone to see, the classes, the clubs, and each activity. there are pictures of freshmen, and sophomores too. We even got shots of the whole senior crew. from the proms and the practices concerts and plays, to games and the thuses and graduating days. by chance if your leaving don't feel too bad just keep in mind the fun that we've had. now to help you remember the many years through we proudly present THE FORUM for B2 Studying the sciences is ex- tremely important in the Space Age of today. Mount Vernon High School is fortunate to have an excellent science depart- ment. Here Bob Hitchcock per- forms an experiment in the chemistry laboratory. Torn Withgott and Ginny Houbler are eagerly preparing for Homecoming. COl1'l'el1'l'S dedication ----- student life - school activities - academics - athletics - - organizations - faculty - - students - -g - advertisements - index - - - 4 8 1 9 35 49 63 97 1 09 1 64 1 95 3 MISS NANCY STILLWELL Never ending patience and time to help and listen make this young woman the great teacher and friend that she is. Her interest and enthusiasm in the girls' physical education program have increased the participation in and enjoyment of gym. Many girls find her a source of great Wisdom and understanding when they need someone to help them with their problems. 4 As adviser of the Girls' Athletic Association, she coaches undefeated varsity volleyball and basketball teams. Her intramural sports pro- gram boasts of many participants. The Forum staff, Wishing to thank Miss Nancy Stillwell for all the time devoted to Forum Shows and for all the time and interest shown to students, has dedicated this 1962 Forum to her. 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"My boomerang won't come back!" The library staff provides a valuable service to the school. Here a busy staff member is checking out books for some students, and collecting fines from others. Do you suppose Mike Hobbs has finally learned that one isn't supposed to chew gum during school hours? If he hasn't, it isn't the fault of Mr. Walton. He made Mike chew five pieces of bubble gum for punishment, or maybe Mike was trying to break a record. Last fall, our art department went to Kenyon College, Gambier, to examine the architecture of the Chapel and Peirce Hall. In this picture they are in Bosse Hall viewing Works of art on display there, under the direction of Mr. Mitchell Smith, high school art instructor. Senior captain, Tom Todd, tackles Madison ball carrier, with other Iacket help moving in. The Iack- ets were beaten in this contest, but set a new record for passes com- pleted in a single game. The Forum staff had an assembly program in the fall in order to ad- vertise the coming sales campaign. Here we find the staff members try- ing to put across one idea - buy a Forum. W Becky Ball seems serious about helping students choose tickets for the all school play, "I Remember Mama Taking part in a Latin Club skit are Debbie Ward, loni Clark, Iune Hall, Paula Mickle, and Lucille Butler. These girls, dressed as Roman lords and servants, were honoring the birthday of the Roman poet, Virgil. As part of the program each participant told something about Virgil's life. Q 3553 '--5 as The space flight of Colonel Iohn Glenn was one of the big news events of the year. His flight was followed by students who listened in on the radio broadcast which Was carried by the school intercom. The close-up shot of Colonel Glenn Was taken at New Concord by Forum photographer Darrell Gilbert. He made a special trip to New Concord in hopes of getting a picture and got this one from a distance of 30 feet With a telephoto lens. the sky's the limit! These students were for- tunate enough to Watch Colonel Glenn's flight on a television while most of the other students had to listen on radio. 14 SVI! I IKK TO FLILK 0 Ft Nl! tl A IDOL NLWS IHOOL FOFUM WAX T W TLH ., High school disc jockeys, Steve Carter and Darrell Gilbert, spend thirty min- utes every Saturday morn- ing playing request rec- ords for the enjoyment of high school students. This program is played through the courtesy of the local radio station, WMVO. records and radio are a part of our daily lives Last fall try-outs were held tor school public ad- dress announcers. The winners were Leslie Hol- mes, Iim Cowlin, and Wayne Decker. These stu- dents have done a fine job this year and are to be con- gratulated on their whole tones and clear enuncia- tion. Mount Vernon fans enthusiastically cheer on the Yellow Jackets to a victory over Columbus South in the first tournament game. This long line of stu- dents, Waiting to pur- chase tickets from Mr. Highrnan is a familiar sight during football and basketball seasons. 16 After another hard prac- tice the football players relax as they enjoy the an- nual pep rally held the night before homecoming at the school baseball dia- mond. -'L As Steve Carter announces Pam Hamilton 1962 FORUM Queen, Pam shows surprise while Iane Boyd, Ioan Iacobs, and Iudy Iacobs applaud. E Si"-'V' l l 1 Doug Bhoades and Bill Still- wagon have been Willing Work- ers When it comes to doing Work for the school. Here we find them doing some painting in the girls' gym. This picture may make us all a little reminiscent of many of the days last winter when we were in school and definitely wished that we weren't. Dick Byrd and Ieth Mill are shown here taking part in an act which they put on in the 1962 Forum Follies. I I 9 MiStIeSS of Ceremonies ...,.,5,,.,,,,A. Linda Roesler Master of Ceremonies .,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, Steve Carter PROGRAM Overture ......................,..,,.,.,. The Mellow Iackets Arrangement by Tony Calamello Directed by Robert Bechtel "Standing on the Corner" .....,..-,-. Court Escorts Directed by Ginny Houbler INTRODUCTION OF THE FORUM QUEEN'S COURT "This Could Be the Start of Something Big" ...,,......,.,...... Queen's Court Directed by Patty Finnell Words by Sally Tanner and Sandi Guinther PRESENTATION OF THE 1962 FORUM QUEEN AND HER ATTENDANTS 11 Waltz of the Flowers" ............ Spring Beauties Robert Florer, Don Durieux, Gene Durieux Directed by Carlena Ayers 20 the forum staff presented the 1962 A Letter from Mama ,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, Don Heagren "Whistle a Happy Tune" Paula Mickle, Sally Tanner "Peter Gunn" ..,.........,.........,..... Three Freshmen Bill Claybourne, Steve Kline, Ierry Mellberg n Thank Heaven for Little Boys" Knock Kneed Nine "June Night" ..............,.. .................. K athy Grant Astronaut Interview ....,,.,., Dick Byrd, Ieth Mill "LoVe Makes the World Go Round" Luanna McKinstry "Bubble Gum" ...,.. .,... T he Sticky Seniors "Moon RiVer" ...........,.............. FORUM QUEEN AND HER ATTENDANTS Directed by Mrs. Thomas Strome "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" and "The Ball and the Jack" ,,.,.,,...,,,..,..,..,...... Iackie Suain "pathway to spring" "forum follies" "Collegiate" ..o,.. ........,......,,.. T he Collegiates Sing Along ....,,.. ..................,..... M en's Chorus Directed by Sharon Ilger Directed by lack Stauch Popular Medley ................,. The Mellow Iackets Exotic Percussion ,............... Shi Moshi Dancers Arranged bY TOTIY Calamello Directed by Carlena Ayers Directed by Rohan Bechtel Dixieland Combo ........ Iohnny and His Buddies TTa1T1P01iI19 AIUSTS Directed by Iohn Beam Iohn Seavolt, Leonard Mosley "Chloe" ,,.,,,,,........,,..,,.,,.,,..............,... Kerry Kotch "Mal He's Makin' Eyes at Me" ........ The Misfits . "They're Going to a I-Iuk1lau" Ben Franklin Returns .......,.................. lay Harris The Unpredictables "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right David Thomas, Dennis Rine, Dick Lyons Out of My Hair" .. The Determined Damsels 'Honey Bunn The Double Dons "Hungarian Rhapsody" ,..i...i............ Mike Ulrey Directed bY Agnes Scarvellis "Doin' What Comes Naturally" F 1 N A L E Country Cousins Directed by Patty Finnell "Love Makes The World Go Round" 21 Pam Hamilton Forum editors, Steve Carter and Linda Roesler were the erncees of the Forum Follies. 1 9 6 2 forum queen i queen and attendants seated: junior attendants: Susan Bone, Suzanne Lester, Cheryl Stricker, queen: Pam Hamilton: senior attendants: Iudy Jacobs, Maria Piazze, Ioan Iacobs. standing: escorts: Bill Baker, Tom Withgott, Gerald Layrnon. Harold Welsh, Bob Crawford Don Heagren. Ron Pierson. Forum Show acts ranged from the artistic to the ridiculous. senior court: lane Boyd, Barbara Way. Connie Rice, Ginny Houbler, Ianet George, Sandie Guinther, Sally Tanner. escorts: Dan Omlor, Iay Harris, Ron Hummel, Phil Crider, Larry Kleiner, Doug Little, Leonard Mosley. pathways to spring wa , 4? AA! i iunior court: Ronetta Miller, Christine Clark, Iacquie Ormandy, Robin Rhoades, Sue Todd, Ellen Beach, Beth Imhoif. escorts: Randy Lanning, Tom Trace, Bill Buckham, Bob Swingle, Dick Wolfe, Mike VanAman, Tom Iamboski. delights everyone Aunt Sigricl CSue Kerrj and Aunt Ienny Mama QLes1ie Holmesj, Papa CHugh CPaula Micklej listen sympathetically as Mr. Hookwayj, and Aunt Trina Cleannette Thorkleston QGary Statlerb asks Uncle Chris Fultonj are seen discussing some of CDon McConnellD if he can marry their sister Trina's problems. C Jeannette Fultonj. remember mama" has Aunt Sigrid CSue Kerrj and Mama CLeslie Holmesj listen to Aunt Ienny CPau1a Micklej rave about the goings-on of Uncle Chris. "i remember mama" Katrin ...... Mama ...... Papa ......... Dagmar .,.... Christine ,....... Mr. Hyde ....... Nels ....,........... Aunt Trina .A..... Aunt Sigrid ,..,.. Aunt Ienny ....... Uncle Chris ...... Sally Hellwig Leslie Holmes Hugh Hookway. Ir. Becky Ball Florence Senseman Steve Dowds Bob Florer Jeannette Fulton Sue Kerr Paula Mickle Don McConnell A Woman ,,,.,,,,.,., .,......... N ancy Rine Mr. Thorkleson ....... .l.. Dr. Johnson .,.,.. Arne ..,...........,... Gary Statler Dick McConnell Ron Woolson A Nurse ,,,.,,.,,,.,,.,. ..,..,.... S hari Scott Another Nurse .,,.,.. ...... H annah Mill Soda Clerk ,.,.,,,,.., ...,..... I im Cowlin Madeline .................................. Linda Norris Dorothy Schiller ..,,..,,..,...,,.,., Ioyce Gallogly Florence Dana Moorehead ., Karen Weekley Bell Boy ......,..,,....,..,.,...,,...,,,.. Bennie Rayburn Scrubwomen. Doctors, and Hotel Guests - Ann Springer, Ginny Rowley, Leah Stamper, Mary Ward, Marsha Hamilton, LaVonne Rutherford, Robert Bowden, Ronnie Fawcett. all high school cast ,, Uncle Chris CDon McConnellD consoles his nephew Arne QRon Woolsonj, who is in the hos- pital for a mastoid operation. Katrin CSally Hellwigj is excited as the soda clerk Clim CowlinD places before her her first chocolate soda. Mama QLeslie HolmesD is just having coffee. Mama Clleslie Hol- mesj, Dagmar CBec- ky Ballj, and Nels CRobert FlorerD are - spending a quiet eve- 'lf ning at home. QUEEN JANET GEORGE Our Homecoming Queen Ianet George holds the fuzzy Yellow Iacket that Mayor Phillip Mauger presented her when Mount Vernon welcomed Grandview to its football field. 2 8 1 homecoming queen's attendants seated: Ianet George. standing clockwise: Ronetta Mill er, Ioan Iacobs, Indy Iacobs Beth Imhoff. homecoming is guy and colorful Torches, carried by members of the Pep Club, lighted the way for the entrance of the team at the homecoming game. 29 Mr. lack Robeson's biology class. Mr. Lee Ramey's freshmen English class. 100'!o subscribers to the iackef journal Mrs. Imogene Montgornery's French IV people also like to read school news. M" Looks as though Caroll Griesmyer has a new boyfriend. Rather slim, isn't he? Caroll volunteered to read each issue of the Iacket Journal to "Steve." His sub scri tion made Mr. Bobeson's sixth enod P P biology class a 1002, room. These happy people seem to be enjoying the treats which they won as the prize for being a class to sub- scribe 100'X, to the IACKET IOUB- NAL Cnaturally everyone subscribed because every member of the IACK- ET IOURNAL and FORUM staffs are required to buy a subscription to each publicationj The delicious cupcakes were baked by Henrietta Lord. another member of the JOUR- NAL staff. pq v merit finalists Elizabeth Daniel and Rosilyn Latham qualified as National Merit Finalists this year. High scores on the National Merit Qualifying Tests and on Col- lege Boards were the basis for selection. Carolyn Cassaclay, who completed her high school requirements a year early, was a semi-finalist and is now en- rolled in Middlebury College in Vermont. .. seniors capture honors front: Io Ann Graham, Rosilyn Latham. back: Ed Tablett, Don McConnell, Harry Bouton. todd takes trophy Tom Todd receives the Captain of the Year award from Principal Max Wiggins. The varsity squad voted Tom the best leader, and the player contributing the most to the football team in 1961. girls' state and boys' state representatives Girls' State was held at Capital Uni- versity and Boys' State at Ohio Univer- sity. The purpose Was to have students learn about Ohio government. if" '..a ' Y l if T ti wp' ' 4 'l i g l x , Q , T iii. . j T T 1 ' I 31 Pam Hamilton and Harry Bouton were the winners of the Youth Leadership Contest sponsored by the Elks. Each received two S25 defense bonds. This year's winner of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Contest was Rosilyn Latham. She was presented with a pin and honored at a luncheon at the Alcove. The award is based on the highest score achieved on a history test. mount vernon high school students take honors in many fields Three Mount Vernon High School students received recognition in the National Anthology of High School Poetry. They are Rodney Beckett, Evelyn Smith, and Charles Mills. Senior Virginia Ellis was the fourth place county Winner in the State Agri- cultural and Home Economics Scholar- ship Test taken November 17th. The Betty Crocker Future Home- maker Award was presented to Marilyn Iames by her adviser Mrs. Lillian White. Her pin represents the theme, "Home Is Where the Heart Is." She also received a letter of con- gratulation from Betty Crocker. This test is given annually to all seniors enrolled in Home Economics. Pete Mondron was the recipient of the Pittsburgh Plate Scholarship, and expects to attend Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology. Pete is also a member of the 1962 golf team. Steve Carter, co-editor of The Forum won the Cooper-Bessemer Scholarship and will attend Marietta College. At the Iournalism Association of Ohio Schools con- vention held November l96l, Darrell Gilbert won sec- ond place in photography. Lizbeth Fullemann won second place in a writing contest, and Charlotte Mc- Fadden took a third place in the same category. Darrell Gilbert. Alan Helser, Bruce Alexander. These three boys have given greatly of their free time and have worked hard so that the photo- graphy in this book might be possible. In acknowl- edgement of all that they have done for the Forum, the rest of the Forum staff wishes to thank them. these have won thanks Mr. L. L. Owen presents a pin to Doug Rhoades for outstanding service to the Projection Club. Doug has been a member of this or- ganization for five years in both Iunior and Senior High School and has given much of his spare time. acad m es , Students in Mrs. Montgomery's French classes enjoy using language aids such as tapes, earphones, and records. 35 At the front table We see Susan Sturgess and Dave Nicholson doing a Whim- sical art assignment. They are making pictures by substituting straws for brushes and blowing a painting on paper. demonstrations of new techniques Dave Cornell and Dick Byrd are hard at work on their latest art class project - soap carving. 36 Mr. West watches as Elizabeth Daniel demonstrates the fundamentals of inertia. in arts and sciences An attentive physics class Watches as Mr. West demonstrates an experiment showing the electrical equivalent of heat. A top physics student, Pete Mondron, is helping Mr. West carry out an experiment de- signed to show the heat of vaporization. Nui: final finishes Sharon Earley, Virginia Ellis, Carolyn Foreman, Cheryl Hill, and Sue Shumaker are putting the final effort forth for the annual F. H. A. Mother-Daughter Tea. Perhaps you didn't recognize them with their hair nets. future homemakers have many proiects san1'a's helpers Eileen Mieser, Roberta Io Hill, and Nancy Lewis look at the ninety-four stuffed animals the girls made for the State Hos- pital at Christmas time! r'l . l'!! ,..-1 7 38 Two agricultural stu- dents, Chester Beckholt and Ed Clutter are work- ing in the shop. future farmers work for school and home f.f.u. officer dave hall instructs greenhands Seated are Qleit to rightD Larry Cordray, Simon Dudgeon, Terry Eblin, Ieff Fletcher, and Ierry Glee- son. Standing are C left to rightj Trent Ansel, Iim Springer, Lee Black, Terry lVIcClenatl1an, Lee Ulrey, Danny Reynolds, and Larry Scott. This was F. F. A. "dress up week." 39 WE? Finding relief from the heat of the indoors, are some of Mr. Spicer's students who were fortunate enough to be able to take part in classes out-of-doors. look at us as we work Mrs. Herron's typing students work intently on a daily assignment. Mrs. Fithian helps her students with their home- Work in one of her book- keeping classes. Miss Stillwell's gym students enjoy a sunny game of softball. Alas, it is testing time in Mr. Schlosser's plane geometry class! These students are prob- ably wishing that they had studied a little harder the night before. Ioyce Yarman and Mark Woodward, also students of Mr. Schlosser, are undergoing a test too. If you know the length of one side of a triangle and the size of two of the angles, what ...... Finding their work not quite so difficult are some office practice students. They even seem to be enjoying their work a little! WiE1.....L --ni Dr. Roy Burkhart, a noted minister and author, dis- cusses various problems with a group of seniors. Earlier in the day, Mr. Burkhart addressed the student body of Mount Vernon High in the school auditorium. wise counsel and its results Mr. Wiggins presents certificates of honor to students at the Honors Assembly as Mr. Fortunato announces the awards. Q 4, , I M . ,, , v ,V-M U YV i -so-ng. 41---- - .. . - i :T:----- f - quill and scroll left to right: Tom Todd. Vincent Parry, Iim George, Peter Mon- dron, Hay Milligan. seated: Charlotte McFadden, IoAnn Kirch, Ianet George, Linda Roesler, Io Ann Graham, Nancy Delaney, Connie Rice. standing: Caroll Griesmyer, Rosilyn Latham, Iay Harris, Maurice Champion, Shari Scott, Pam Hamilton. Not in picture: Steve Carter. Marilyn Iames, Glenn Marchal. toward honor we strive national athletic society first row: Mr. Charles Portunato, lane Craw, Iackie Love, Wendy Heiutz, Evelyn L. Smith, Nancy Cagwin, Cynthia Montgomery, Dianne Cochran, Patty Mackin, Susan Sturgess, Suzanne Lester, Patty Wynn, Peggy Thornton, Carola Adams, Not Identified, Miss Nancy Stillwell. second row: Ianet Wacker, Rosilyn Latham, lane Edick, Susan Allman, Deed Burggraf, Linda Gerard, Anna Youst, Susan Bone, Ioyce Gallogly, Leslie Bartels, Mark Iohnson, Bill Kymer, Iirn Hotchkiss, Mike Roberts. third row: Debbie Ward, Vickie Day, Christine Ransom, Chris Sykes, Bob Kahrl, Terry Grubb, Sid Barton, Roger Hicks, Bob Collins, Rodger Sillars, Richard Gooding, Rick Hamilton, Bruce Dudgeon, Gerald Laymon. fourth row: Robin Woodard, Hanna Mill, Claire Smith, Craig Wiester, Tom Callihan, lim Steele, Greg Briggs, Walter DeWinter, Dan Clyde, Pete Mondron, Mike Van!-irnan, Mike Ulrey. top row: lack Bartlett, Don McConnell. Ron Darling, Not Identified, Dave Parker, Steve Byrd. O 1962 scholarship team 44 Seniors who were elec- ted to the National Honor Society during their jun- ior year conducted the assembly this year. Carolyn Foreman, Pam Hamilton, lean Baker, Nancy Delaney, Barb Way, Linda Roesler, Pete Mondron, Steve Carter, Don McConnell, lane Boyd, Elizabeth Daniel. national honor society represents scholarship, leadership, service, and character seniors Kneeling: Io Ann Kirch, Ianet George. Leah Stamper, Charlotte McFadden. Marilyn Iames, Galena Rutkowski, Iudy Iacobs, Sally Hellwig, Cheryl Hill, Nancy Pumphrey. standing: Glenn Marchal, Bill Mouer, Tom Todd, Bob Swingle, Rosilyn Latham. Doug Little, Paula Mickle, Irvin Drew, Gary Statler, Iay Harris, Harry Bouton. iuniors kneeling: Susan Bone. Leslie Holmes, Carola Adams, Cheryl Stricker. standing: Patti Wynn, Gerald Laymon, Ieanne Shick, Suzanne Lester, Brian Gatchell. Reed Hamilton: Bill Buckham, Mike Van Aman, Mike Ulrey i CA Nlllill I F " ERIEA I ANU wx 5ig1I?lElE X all Debbie Fowler, a fresh- man, is reviewing parts of her project for Peggy Nevin. Barbara Craig is looking over her creation just prior to the judging. Patsy Brady is shown beside Ron Miller explains his project her project explaining certain to Iay Harris and Louis Martin. phases of hypnotism. 46 These representatives from Mount Vernon High to the mock legislature at Capital University are Ed Tablett, Senator: Io Ann Byrd, reporter: Evelyn Smith, governor: Carole Davis, Senate page. Mount Vernon representatives Ed Tablett and Nancy Pumphrey relax by doing the Advisers Mr. Imel and Mr. Owen twist during the lunch period. listen to a debate in the mock Senate. Algebra students are busily Working on extra credit projects. Each year we may know when spring has come when We see these students carefully finding the height of the flagpole or a neighboring tree. math and science are part of the space age While science is a ser- ious part of space age study, these girls seem to have found humor in their Work. Perhaps the frog finds it a little less humor- ous. ? -,P im Xa- E9 ,,.f- pgs-- ,, ,..4. I ,, Fm gg EQ .el 5 1 'Q , .1 ' J, , ' 1 '5- 6 e m I s? Y ffbff V m Vw , 'Z X 4 ' X . 1 1 X-jf'Y'-' ,Q ,Ll MFT chvs A group of Hi-Y and Key Club members play a fast game of basketball in the boys' gym. 49 first row: Manager Mike Little, Bruce Dudgeon, Ron Hummel, Ray Milligan, Ron Coe, Dan Mills. second row: Manager Bob Daugherty, Carl Pursel, Harold Welsh, Larry Kleiner, Dan Omlor, Tom Trace, Tom Todd. third row: Manager Dan Summers, Manager George Lee, Manager Craig Wolfe, Dan Van Develde, Bob Austin, Dave Coffield, Iohn Fair. iackets have bad season This year's "Yel1oW Iackets" lacked both size and experience. Desire seemed to be high in all of the games during the first half, but the team seemed unable to keep high enough to fight through the second half. The small and inexperienced squad lacked confidence and determination. Many of its first stringers were sophomores, and much of the bench was lined With freshmen. The Iackets suffered their Worst season. The loss of ten games straight left its mark on Mount Vernon, so next year's squad has its job cut out, and its members are ready to gain revenge for the '61 season's scores. Look out C.B.L. : 'uf -. ,wwww :fum m?:" w coaches Nicholas Pettoff. James Spicer. kneeling: Head Coach Charles Stobart standing: Charles Hill, Charles Stanley first row: A1 Montalbo, Bob Dean, Gerald Stryker, Kent Lutz, Terry Hauger, Iohn Seavolt assistant coach Iames Sprcer second row: lim George. Ron Lockhart, Mike Smith, Bob Clutter, Iohn Mazza, Ioe Yarman assistant coach Nrck Petroft third row: Dave Bryan, lack Minder, Mike Ulrey, Charles Pursel, Phil Hawkins, Dave Wells Head Coach Charles Stobart St. Charles .... Coshocton ...... Madison ....... Worthington ,.,. Grandview Delaware Bexley .................... Upper Arlington Urbana ...........,...... White Hall ,..... football scores 28 Mount 34 Mount 50 Mount 40 Mount 30 Mount 14 Mount 28 Mount 47 Mount 30 Mount 38 Mount Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Are the football players younger these days? No, it's just Coach Stobart's young son Dave spending a day with Dad at the practice field. reserve football team bottom row: Kenny Koons, Bill Hummel, Dave Thomas, Gary Donaldson, Frank Coursen, Ian Pembrook, Gary Clapham Ron Flecknoe, Terry Steinrnetz, Dave Busenburg, Ron Dickenson, Berry Dailey, Dale Statler, manager. second row: George Vernon, Mike Omlor, Trent Ansel. Gary Moore, Skip Blair, Steve Ioris, Iohn Edrninster, Steve Byrd Charlie Mills, Larry Kyle, Bill Stewart, Mike Graham, Dan Barns, Bill Baker. top row: Mr. Hill, Mr. Stanley, Roger Salls, Iohn McCaIla, Rodney Beckett, Dan Hulse, Mike Hubbell, Lee Ulrey. Ron Yarman Tom Piazze, Steve Rentz. Dan Goodson, Bob Falkenstine, Mike Westenbarger. Madison ,. Utica ...... Wooster .. Delaware ...,. Ashland ,.... Centerburg Danville ,.... l'eSefVe SCOl'eS 6 Mount 0 Mount 21 Mount 8 Mount 0 Mount 6 Mount 6 Mount Vernon . O Vernon 21 Vernon . 6 Vernon . 8 Vernon 14 Vernon 21 Vernon 14 senior football players These are the seniors of the 1961 Yellow Iackets football team. The ll seniors were a great influence in keeping up the team's spirit and fight. The tearn's record was a poor one, but the experience gained was not in vain, for next season's Iackets will be back on top and ready to fight for a spot high in the C.B.L. record. front row: Dan CBumpj Omlor, Mike Smith. Tom Todd, lim George. Ron Lockhart, Larry Kleiner, Ray Milligan. back row: Carl Pursel, Ioe Yarman. Harold Welsh, Dan Summers, Iohn Seavolt. two make all c. b. I. Two members of this year's Yellow Iacket team, "Bump" Omlor and Harold Welsh, were chosen for the all Central Buckeye League honors. "Bump," a three year letterman, was an outstanding player on defense as well as offense. Harold, the brains of the backfield, played as quarterback of the team. Hal and "Bump" set a record for the most passes completed in one game. Along with these two all C.B.L. choices, an honorable mention was given to Bruce Dudgeon, a junior halfback. Bruce earned the praises of Coach Stobart as, "The only man in the Yellow Iacket backfield who wanted to run." Clutter snags a pass. Welsh Omlor Kleiner evades a tackler first row: Ron Iacobs, Mike VanAman, Harold Welsh, Iohn Mazza, Dennis Foster, Houston Schlosser. Ir. second row: Coach Houston Schlosser, Mgr. Gerald Laymon, Bill Buckham, Steve Beach, Tom Woodward, Larry Kleiner, Tom Iarnboski, Wayne Decker, Mgr. Doug Williams, Mgr. Dan Summers. varsity iackets end with average season Tom Iarnboski spearheaded this year's Iacket squad. His offensive efforts won him a place on the all C.B.L. first team and an honorable mention to the all Ohio squad. This little fellow is the mascot of this year's basketball team. His name is Mike, and he is the son of Coach Charles Hill. Before each game Mike entertained everyone with his funny antics on the basketball court. tr" ,f ' Mike Williams scores for Mount Vernon in the sec- ond period of the Newark game. Iacket reserves attempt to out-rebound the Newark quintet. I"eSel"VeS first row: Kent Lutz, Terry Hauger, Fred Zimmerman, Roger Hicks, George Lee, Larry Gatchell, Tom Keller. second row: Mr. Hill, Wayne O'Brien, lim Thompson, Dan Levering, Dwight Hellwig, Mike Williams, Craig Wolfe, Sid Barton, Iim Withgott. 7 freshmen first row: Mr. Nick Petroff, Iohn Parnell, Dave Busenburg, Iefi Zolman, Tom Piazze, Mike Graham Iohn Sinclair, Bill Stewart, Carl Gordon. second row: Skip Blair, George Wells, Mike Little, Barry Heagren, Roger Swick, Gregg Neese Rodney Beckett, Terry Steinmetz, Dale Statler. Top and Bottom: The Yellow Iackets rest and listen to their coach during the half time of one of our basketball games. Mount Vernon football players joke and discuss ath- letics during their banquet. N S Ierry Lucas, All American Ohio State The Mount Vernon Yellow Jacket basket- Basketball player, presents award to Ron ball team enjoys their meal at the annual Jacobs as Coach Houston Schlosser intro- Basketball Banquet. duces next player. 57 'Html bottom row: Ioe White, Dave Rardin, Kent Lutz. Dick Stillings, Bob Williams, Dave Cofiield. Iohn Parnell. second row: Wayne O'Brien, Terry Hanger, Malcolm Shrimplin, Gary Shubert, Tom Pilotti, Hal Welsh. third row: Fred Zimmerman, Sid Barton, Denny Foster, Dick Fox, Larry Snow. fourth row: Tom Woodward, lim Thompson, Tom Iamboski, Tom Speer, Bump Omlor. Bob Clutter. fifth row: Mr. Charles Hill, Reserve Coach: Devin Cline, Manager: Bill Buckham. Danny Summers, Manager: Mr. Charles Stanley. Coach. 1962 baseball team 10 1962 golf team Coach, Mr. Thomas, Bob Bracey, Chuck Christopher, Iim Withgott, Doug Williams, Bill Richards Pete Mondron, Rick Mayhew. first row: Iim George, Iim McKinley, Ray Milligan, Larry Kleiner, lohn Seavolt, Vincent Parry, Steve McMains, Iohn Mazza, Ieff Zolman, Coach Spicer. second row: Don Clements, Iohn McCalla, Gary Hunter, Dick Weir, Bob White, Tom Trace. Rodney Beckett, Iohn Fair, Tom Piazze, Steve Ioris, John Kofod, Coach Stobart. third row: Gregg Kreutz, Frank Ridenour, lim Steele, Don VandeVe1de, Steve Rentz, Frank Gooding, Tom Iames, Ioe Osborne, Trent Ansel. Mike Omlor, Gene Baker, Eob Kahrl, Ron Coe, Bob Daugherty, Iohn Mclfiey- nolds, Charles Mills, Tom Cornell, Mike Graham, lack Bartlett, Craig Chancellor, Ierry Boling, Coach Barcenas. track and inframurals provide sports for many boys The track team Won four meets and lost five, finishing seventh in the C. B. L. meet. Mr. Spicer Starts the runners, Iohn Seavolt clears the pole at 11 it . E! 5? 2 intramural basketball champs class b first row: Carl Smith, Iohn Kofod, Tom James. second row: Iohn McReynolds, Tom Frye. class a kneeling: Dick Van Houten, Bill Richards, Darrell Stull. standing: Richard Bemiller, Ron Hempfield. Iim Steele. class aa front row: Ioe Outcalt, Dave Hardin, Dan Summers. back row: "Bump" Omlor, Bob Crawford, Tom Speer. 62 boys' intramural bowling league championship team front row: Roger Phillips, Iohn Adams, Gary Clapham, Mike Westenbarger. second row: Mr. I. F. Thomas, the intramural coach: Bud Delgouiire and Ierry Gantt who tied for high average: David Harbert, the tournament champion: and Clint Beckley, the manager of Tilden Lanes and sponsor for the team trophies. Tom Wilson practices his golf form to stay physical- ly fit. The Vedette staff has a busy year preparing and publishing its two issues of Mount Vernon High's literary magazine. or mm igi efns student council bottom row: Mike Summers, Leslie Holmes, Agnes Scarvelis, Sally Hellwiq, Barb Boyurn. Connie Earnest, Debbie Topp, Patty Mackin. Patti Wynn, Ieanne Shick, Peggy Thornton, Bonnie Blue, Carola Adams, Sue Kerr, Rick Hamilton, Roger Salls, Doug Williams. second row: Sue Beckley, Suzanne Lester, Carol Hoecker, Iune Brooks, Ianice Porter, lean Buker, Gwen Sturtevant, Rosilyn Latham, Elizabeth Daniel, Sandie Guinther, Frannie McMahon, Iudy Iacobs, Trudy Maier. Pam Hamilton, Ioan Iacobs, Vickie Baldwin, Patty Mayer, Shari Scott, Charlie Mills, Darrell Gilbert. top row: Adviser, Mr. Charles Fortunato, Dick Eaton, Tom Withgott. lay Harris. Steve Carter, Leslie Bartels, Linda Cooksey, Susan Bone, Iim Laughrey, Dick Snow, Mike Van Aman, Bill Buckham, Doug Rhodes, Iirn Tracy, Lewis Reese, Doug Little, Gary Hunter, Jerry Maclntosh, Don Lane, Ierry Gantt, lohn Bollinger, Dick Byrd. President Steve Carter considers methods of improv- ing the structure of the Student Council. Santa Claus is comin' to town! Pulling his sleigh are five of the varsity cheerleaders. This was the Student Council's second- prize Winning float. The float was constructed by the students themselves, and won a thirty dollar prize in the Christmas parade sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's Club. SfUdEl1f COUIICII EXECUTIVE C0l11I11IH'EE bottom row: Reed Hamilton, Steve Carter second row: Mr. Charles Fortunate Shan Scott Pam Hamrlton Sue Kerr third row: Peggy Thornton, Leslie Holmes Susan Bone Suzanne Lester Elxzabeth Damel top row: lane Boyd, Iay Harris Mlke VanAman Doug Rhodes Iohn Bolhnger Sandra Gumther 'fikllwl A Ill rrlldk fx: L ,WL I "RWE D V 'I ' :': - Q Q. I J' el, M? lm E officers ,4,M,,u,,,mW,, Mm, Seated: Bon Pierson, he 1:f, ,V C -3 yi 1 ' secretary: Irvm Drew, gilv- r L' treasurer: Jim George, -- f vice-president: and Ron A qyghi, H MXH 25,2 X . if- 5-,lie N at Lockhart, Chaplain. Standing: Bob Clut- ter, president: and Mr. William Noce, adviser. l- Q29 f rea "if hi-y bottom row: Maurice Champion, Steve Porierfielcl, Rick Mayhew, Mike Fribley. Ron Pierson. lim Kahrl, Iim George. Bob Clutter, Irvin Drew, Craig Wright, Ioe Outcalt. Neal Marshall, Don Heagren. Don Durieux. second row: Dick Lyons, Dennis Rine, Ray Milligan, Steve Dowds, Doug Marshall, Charles Hobbs, Ieff Dauphin, Chester Stanley, lay Harris, Steve Carter, Ed Tablezt, Ierry Boling, lim Garrus, Tom Wilson, Dave Rardin, Iohn Clutter, Devin Cline, Carl Stickert, lack Spring, Dick Winegardner, Gordon Antill. top row: Ieth Mill, Ron Coe, Dave Levering, Dick Byrd. lim Cowlin, Ion Mintier, Bob Swingle, Larry Woolson, Iohn Sturgess, Pat Gilliland, Hon Darling, Iim Hotchkiss, Tom Todd, Bob Crawford, Buddy Delgouftre, Doug Little, lim Steele. Gary Statler, Bob Kahrl, lim Taylor, Glenn Marchal, Tom Rine, Bob Blue, Al Montalbo. Bruce Hoy, Mike Hobbs, Dave Haire, Tom McLarnan, Larry Winegardener, Ioe Garzieri. front row: Dave Bumpus, Bill Kymer, lim Tracy, lim Bollinger, lim Laughrey, Frank Gooding, Tom James, Larry George, Roger Hicks. Gary Mintier, Rick Ralston, Richard Eaton, Rick Hamilton, Richard Gooding, Brian Gatchell, Kent Lutz. middle row: Ron Iacobs, Dick Weir, Mike Ulrey, Charles Fithian, Bob Bracey, Terry Hauger, Mike Williams, Dan Mills, John Beam, Bob Porter. Mike Van Aman, Art Murphy, Tom lamboski, Mike Hobbs, Dan Porter, Dan Smith. last row: Wayne Decker, Dave Dailey, Terry Grubb, Larry Gatchell, Sid Barton, Wayne O'Brien, Gary Cummings, Phil Giehl, Bill Brenneman, Tom Withgott, John Bollinger, Bill Buckham, Doug Williams, Bruce Dudgeon, Iirn McKinley, Mike Misicka. Craig Wiester, Dave Nicholson, Steve Beach, Gerald Laymon, Denny Foster, Houston Schlosser, Tom Cornell. ,,....,.T.. ,,!! .,, ., .. 2' I X Hearing about Colonel Iohn G1enn's orbital flight has put ideas into Iohn Bollinger's head. He and his able as- sistants, Bill Buckham and Doug Wil- liams, look as if they are trying to put Tom Withgott into orbit. key club oflicers President, Iohn Bollinger: treasurer, l Bill Buckham: secretary, Doug Williams. Vice-president, Tom Withgott is stand- ing on his head. I .FQ 56.-. fl Key Club members are shown here getting ready to distribute United Community Fund posters to Mount Vernon merchants. ills ,ucv 'gym 5-A' first row: Robert Gunia, Nancy Calkins, Iudy Ioslin, Iudy Seavolt, Linda Colgin, Brenda Dement, Linda Williams, Marilyn Beatty, Lorraine Holt, Sue Earnest, Phyllis Dial, lanet George. second row: Linda Barton, Mary Deavers, Saundra Finnell, Iudy Workman, Sharon Bickel, Ellen Denhardt, Mary McNutt, Ruby Rouse, Barbara King. Lynda Cutler, Esther Petter, Kathryn Alexander, Miss Cochran, Io Ann Kirch. third row: Sue Todd, Connie Earnest, Roberta Hill, Mary Breece, Dixie Bine, Sharon Lewis, Katy Kirch, Cheryl Stricker, lean Baker, Melodee Black, Dixie Robertson, Mrs. Fithian, Ginny Rowley, Ianet Paisley, Bob Bowden. future business leaders of america officers Janet Paisley, secretary: Ianet George, president: Io Ann Kirch, vice-president. I -1 'Q 68 fx Senior commerical students leave to tour two Columbus firms, the Nation- wide Insurance Company and the Ohio Bell Telephone Company. The business majors learned much about IBM machines and long-distance dialing. learn by observation Shorthand II classes visited Cooper-Bessemer to learn about the different business machines. Left picture: Francis Cline, Linda Boring, Ginny Houbler. Bight picture: Connie Bice, Ienny Waddell, Janet George, Io Ann Kirch. y-teen cabinet top row: Ronetta Miller, Io Ann Kirch, Ioan Iacobs, Sandie Guinther. Sharon Craig, Rosie Allen. Paula Mickle, Merla Mathews, Maria Piazze. second row: Dianne Garverick, Nancy Pumphrey, Marilyn Coffing, Robin Rhoades. Ianet George. Sally Tanner. bottom row: Patti Wynn, Susan Sturgess, Carol Purdy, Ellen Beach, Barbara Way, Rosilyn Latham. j observe the y-teens having The Y-teens and Tri- teens, along with the Hi-Y boys, Went "trick or treat- ing" for UNICEF. Here they turn in the money they have collected. The Y-teens sent six girls to the United Nations on the Ohio District Y.W.C.A. U.N. trip. Shown are Paula Mickle, Barb Way, Maria Piazze, Sally Hellwig, Ioan Iacobs, Rosilyn Latham. In the background are the U.N. flags. tri-teen cabinet This year the Tri-teens were separate from the Y-teens although they held many joint meetings. One of the high-lights of the Tri-teen year was a special dance for Tri-teens only. front row: Gwen Sturtevant. Ianet Wacker, Betsy Lorey, Susie Donnelly. back row: Iane Grimm, Debbie Ward, Susan Allman, Jani Phelps, Linda Cooksey, Ellen Knox. fun and being of service The Y- and Tri-teens and their dates enjoy the music of the "Sultans of Swing" at the annual Y-teen Formal on the eve of Thanksgiving. library stat? bottom row: Hugh Hookway, Nancy Thomas, Mrs. Wareham. Jennifer Waddell, Susan Colville. second row: Kathleen Thompson, Deon Weaver, Ce Ce Beck, Carola Adams. top row: Barbara Wolford, Mary Deavers, Robert Florer, Merideth Rine, Sue Kerr. The Library is often used for something besides studying. In this instance a Y-Teen dating panel is taking place. bottom row: Io Ann Graham, Sharon McDowell, Galena Rutkowski, Nancy Cagwin, Iudy Iacobs, Sally Hellwig, Sally Tanner, Sharon Kerr, Leah Starnper, Agnes Scarvelis, Dianne Garverick, Mr. Iames Imel. second row: Irene O'Brien, Barb McCalla, Kay Iacobs, Becky Rutter, Carole Davis, Sharon Harding, Linda Shultz, Susan Colville, Deanna Kundmiller. Connie Hendershott, Karen Popejoy. Ieanne Schlairet. third row: Pat Harris, Susan Sturgess, Iett Graf, Virginia Dudgeon, Leslie Holmes, Patti Wynn, Patty Mackin, Peggy Thornton, Carola Adams, Helen Anderson, Ellen Knox, Christine Ransom. fourth row: Glenn Marchal, Iohn Beam, Darlene Hess, Patricia Brady, Cynthia Montgomery, Mary McHill, Mary Beth Guy, Sandy Smith, Shirley Smith, Paula Hiner. top row: Danny Smith, Craig Wiester, Claire Smith, Wanda Tarwinska, Mary Io Colville, Edith Colgin. future teachers act as substitutes f. t. cl. otticers Teaching at the Gambier and the Mount Vernon Elementary Schools was enjoyed by the F. T. A., but it was doubtful which was enjoyed more, the teaching or the holiday from classes. standing: Nancy Cagwin, Galena Rut- kowski, Sally Hellwig. sented: Sally Tanner. Iudy Iacobs. 73 f. f. a. officers Clockwise: Gregg Briggs, treasurer: Tom Wise, vice- president: Charles Crouch, sentinel: Marty Schecht- man, student adviser, Dick Burke, secretary: Harry Bouton, president. future farmers of america have ye bottom row: lim Springer, Rick Montgomery, Dick Maxwell, Chaney Blair, Larry Coe, Gregg Briggs, Dick Burke, Charles Crouch, Tom Wise, Larry Durbin, Dick Staats, Gene Githens. second row: Simon Dudqeon, Paul Seavolt, Charles McFarland, Steve Gatchell, Ron Gilbert, Don Lane, Chet Beckholt, Glen McDonald, Gene Baldwin, Dave Hall, Harold Kunkle, Iim Fowler, Bob Schonauer, Brian Wynkoop. third row: Clifford lump, adviser, Iack Smith, Larry Hurlow, Trent Ausel, Gary Bates, Russell Carter, George String- fellow, lim Bevington, Dick Pollock, Phil Gilmore, Warren Henthorn, Danny Earnest, Gene Biggs, Ed Clutter, Steve Fletcher, Dave Blair, Ron Carpenter, lohn Curtis, Ioe Harmon, C. R. Fridline, adviser. Fam: IALMERN of Annum 1 - ufygb WE LC OM E Brian Wynkoop. Larry Coe, and Iohn Curtis are looking at the newly installed FFA sign, which Welcomes visitors to Mount Vernon. und program f. f. a. queen This year the boys of the Mount Vernon F. F. A. Chapter elected Phyllis Biggs their queen. Phyllis was selected from five other girls who gave speeches about their qualifi- cations. Here Dick Burke places a necklace around Queen Phy1lis's neck. ' If 3 .f""s Hill, ,gf-. lily 1 I 'l lf ills. 1 ' ma- I TE Ill lfl Ierry Gleeson and Ieff Fletch- er are practicing Welding in the agriculture shop. 1 N127 Iohn Curtis checks to make certain there is no on-coming traffic before driving the school's tractor into Hamtramck Street. 75 top picture, freshmen and sophomores: buck row: Linda Morey, Not Identified, Ellen Riley, Patty Way, Carolyn Wes- tenbarger, Carolyn Steurer, Pat Burke, Pat Mathews, Adviser Miss Sharon Horn, Iulie Anderson, Helen Anderson, Barbara Wolford, Linda Ferris, Barb King, Eileen Carpenter, Diane Blair, Cinda Hughes, ludy Blair, Elizabeth Neigh- barger, Donna Eveland, Betty Baker, Cincla Columber, Bonnie Parker, Barb Hart, Marilyn Lauderbaugh. middle row: Iearmette Lowe, Mary Lou Workman, Katrina Ketter, Karen Carson, Ronda Weirick, Tame Horn, Mary lo Hill, Kathy Bumpus, Carolyn Lauderbaugh, Gwen Feasel, Barbara Marquette, Nancy Lewis, Pam Harris, Carol Antill, Fanny Annette, Dixie Rine, Ruby House, Marilyn Beatty, Lois Brooks, Loraine Holt, Iudy Marti. Frieda Gordon. first row: Sandy Arquilla, ludy Bemiller, Kay Green, Bonita Frye, Kathy Grant, Betsy Lober, Eileen Miser, Rose Marie Butler, Ellen Denhart, Betty Peck, Carol Ann Hill, Mary Crurnbaker, Evelyn Lynns, Ianice Parker, Iudy Porter, lucly Brown, Marie Parrish, ludy loslin, Nancy Arquilla. bottom picture, back row: Nancy Newton, Iudy Workman, Phyllis Biggs, Linda Barton, Sue Shurnaker, Io Arm Atkinson, Bonnie Metcalf, Linda Butler, Sandy Beck, Sandy Shornan, Connie Clippinger, Lois Hopwood, Barbara Cerper, Karen Workman, Marilyn Lauderbaugh, Nancy Bine. middle row: ludy Westenbarger, Linda Colgin, Carol Reynolds, Barbara Vail, Martha Watson, Sharon Moran, Patty Rine, Elizabeth Fox, Diane Fletcher, Nancy Earley, Sharon Baney, Rosilyn Allen, Cheryl Stricker, Anne Harris. bottom row: Polly Moxley, lanet Paisley, Cheryl Hill, Adviser Mrs. Lillian White, Carolyn Foreman, Virginia Ellis, Sue Hart, Marilyn Iames, Sharon Earley, Pat Thompson. future homemakers of america f. h. cl. officers The Future Homernakers of Amer- ica are run by this energetic group of girls. Sue Hart, President: Marilyn lames, Vice President: Carolyn Fore- man, Secretary: Polly Moxley, Forum Reporter: lanet Paisley, Publicity: Virginia Ellis, Parliamentarian: Cheryl Hill, Treasurer. -1 Cheryl Stricker, tea chairman: Virginia Ellis, general chairman: Rosie Allen and Karen Thompson, co-chairmen of the show: and Sharon Earley, publicity chairman, meet to discuss the details for the F. H. A. style show. flip 1 ,J its I Mrs. Irene Beeman of Merle Norman's Beauty it Shop gives the F. H. A. a 'A demonstration of good ' grooming. Elizabeth Mas- lowski is her model. boifom row: Iohn Beam, Dan Wilson, Carl Neibarger, Iohn Wythe, Karl Stichert, Bob Gunia, Doug Rhodes, Mr. L. L. Owen. second row: Gene Biggs, lack Spring, Dick Welker, Iohn Neibarger, Roy Payne, George String- fellow, Lowell Henthorn, Dave Graham. third row: Dick Winegardner, Iim George, Alired Oakes, Steve Fletcher, Bob Iewell, David Blair, lim Chandler, Cary Latham. tap row: Ron Stamper, Camden Henthorn, Warren Henthorn, Bob Hampton, Steve Yarman, Larry Brokaw, Sam Cherney. the proiection club serves school and community proiection club officers L. L. Owen, Adviser: Roy Payne, Treasurer: Carl Neibarger, Reporter: Dave Graham, Secretary: Iohn Neibarger, President. 78 bottom row: Sue Staats, Ronnie Miller, Beth Imhofi, Connie Rice, Pam Hamilton, Ginny Houbler. second row: Mr. Spicer, Mike Williams. lim Tracey, Cheryl Weir, Charles Pithian, Randy Lanning, Richard Eaton, Bill Kymer, Tom Iarnboski, Doug Williams, Roz Latham, Sally Tanner, Carrol Hoecker, Suzanne Lester, Tom With- gott, Wayne Decker, David Daily, Mike Misiclca, Bob Blue, Bud Delgoufire, lim Garrus. third row: Tom Cornell, Gary Commins, Iohn Bollinger, Iani Phelps, Elizabeth Maslowski, Pat Gallagher, Barb Boyurn, Linda Norris, Dee Burggraf, Linda Cooksey, Betsy Lorey, Ann Knouii, Lisa Kreps, Karen Factor. Cece Beck, Susie Donnelly, Kay Boyd, Shari Scott, Esther Petter, Anna Youst, Mary Stuller, Sally Barncord, Tom Wilson, Craig Wright. fourth row: Pat Harris, Linda Bostic, Ianet Coe, Becky Ball, Sonny MeHarry, Linda Gerard, Gerry Shumaker, Shirley Iackson, Karen Cochran, Barbara Marquis, Susan Sturgess. Marty Ward. Patty Mackin. Karen Fritz, Sue Earnest, Kathy Kirch, Phyllis Evans, Shelia Sutten, Carolyn Boyle, Marty Easterday, Dick Alley. fifth row: Molly Harris, Patty Wynn, Karen Weekly, Sara Dorsey, Susan Allman, Kathy Taylor. Emily Lybarger, Ioyce Yarman, Sharon Craig, Iacquie Ormandy, Margie Scholp, Leslie Bartels, Karen Miller, Chris Clark, Susie Bone, Merla Matthews, Ellen Beach, Ginny Rowley, Brenda Howard, Mike Van Aman, Art Murphy, lim Withgott. lim Bollinger. sixth row: Linda Wiggins, Patty Harmon, Diane Hall, Anna Rutkowski, Donna Eveland, Susie Magill, Cheryl Kleiner, lane Pillotti, Marilyn McDowell, Sue Beckley, Cynthia Montgomery, Mary McRill. Robin Rhoades, loyce Gallogy. Karen Brown, Gwen Sturtevant, Sandy Brunner, Dave Nicholson, Terry Grubb, Larry George, Mike Kinnard, Phil Giehl, lim Laughrey, Bill Brenneman. top row: Marsha Hamilton, LaVonne Rutherford, Hanna Mill, Ann Schlairet, Corky Bancroft. Barbara Nist, Sue Falkenstine, Mary Ann Speelman, Debby Ward, Vickie Day, Bonnie Clutter. Tom Woodward, Carl Gordon, Dann Goodson, Karen Schlosser, Iulie Heighton, Steve Beach, Denny Foster, Houston Schlosser, Gerald Laymon. Sandy McReynolds, lim George, Gloria McRill, lanet George. pep club keeps up spirit of the school The vigorous and en- ergetic Pep Club officers is give their undivided at- W- ' tention to Mr. Spicer at a cabinet meeting. Could they be the reason we had such an active Pep Club this year? These peppy people are Doug Williams, Suzanne Lester, Carol I-Ioecker, Sally Tan- ner, Rosilyn Latham, and Adviser Iarnes Spicer. S K intramural champions volleyball first row: Ianet George. middle row: Linda Burggraf. Judy Iacobs. Susan Colville. top row: Nancy Thomas, Marilyn Rockwell, Ienny Waddell. g. a. a. officers front row: Rosilyn Latham. Wendy Irvine. Iudy Jacobs. back row: Kay Iacobs, Ioan Iacobs, Pam Hamilton. g. a. a. has active aa b team' first row: Deed Burggrai, Iune Brooks Kathy Taylor second row Cheryl Strtcker Susle Bone Chns Clark third row CeCe Beck Martha Easterday Anna Youst top row Gxnny Houbler Kay Iacobs Franm McMahon gaa a team first row Marty Easterday Ioan Iacobs Anna Youst middle row Lmda Burggraf Iudy Iacobs Pam Hamilton last row Iarxet George Suz Mell berg Wendy Irvme year In Intramural sports The Mount Vernon chapter of the Grrls Athlet1c Assoclanon had a busy year The VaIS1lY A volleyball and basketball teams were agaln undefeated 1n the1r encounters wrth other teams m th1s area The GAA also sponsored an mtramural program among 1fS members At Chr1stmas t1me the organ1zat1on suppl1ed a needy fam11y w1th food clothmg and toys Soc1al act1v1t1es were var1ed Mrs Fred Pond presented a style show for the glrls and thelr mothers The grrls closed the year wlth a l1'ad1t1OI'1a1 p1cn1c 81 an s g. . . : ' , u u . . . 5 f . . : ' . Absent from picture: Nancy Rine. o 0 . , . . . . l ' . . - I - I - 1. H . . . . . Vedette editors Lizbeth Fulleman and Ieanne Shick discuss the first semester issue of the magazine. vedehte is our own literary magazine An assembly Was given by the Vedette staff to pro- mote the sale of the first semester issue. The publicity and sales staff Cupper picturej and the editorial staff approve manuscripts for publication. -ni' r V- here comes the band! Ieth Mill and Patti Wynn are marching in the hot sun with the other members of the Marching 100 during drills at band camp. 83 .W bottom row: Mr. lack Stauch, director: Debbie Topp, Maria Piazze, Bill Morain, announcer: Gene Durieux, Bob Porter, manager: Debbie Fowler, Don Goff, Ianice Yarman, Barb Craig, Iohn Beam. second row: Iean Schafer, Bonnie Blue, Vaughn Wiester. Frank Ridenour. third row: Ioyce Yarman, Karen Fritz, lane Grimm, Lois Hopwood, Roberta Eddy, Linda Shultz, Nancy Mc- Connell. Pam Smith, Mary Io Fletcher, Gwen Sturtevant. fourth row: Brenda Howard, Christine Clark, Iune Brookes, Shari Scott, Sandie Guinther, Rosilyn Latham, Ellen Knox, Karen Brown, Peggy Barton, Carol Auker. fifth row: Bill Stillwagon, Siephana Bateman, Deanna Eyster, Iane Edick, lim Laughrey, Larry Crist, Iulie Heighton. sixth row: Neal Marshall, Carl Smith, Scott Rine, Doug Marshall, Steve Kline, Ann Stigman, Mary Gardner, Nancy Delaney, Carole Davis, Nancy Wilson. top row: Nancy Rine, Allan Stultz, Don Durieux, Dan Clyde, Bill Kymer, Rick Hamilton, Bill Brenneman, Fred Ballam, Dick Van Houten, Donna Eveland. fifty-five freshmen swell The unclerclassrnen entertain the seniors on the last day of band camp. On Senror Day at at ' ' , band camp, the sen- iors proclaimed Mr. Bechtel "Big Chief ' A i,.' - A ' , , Lift Your Number Twelves" and Mr. Stauch "Big Chief lust One More Time." Ht lr Ab- Y X N- G X. bottom row: lack Bartlett, Teresa Madias, Patti VanV0orhis. Dick Eaton, Sally Tanner, Sharon McDowell, librarian: Ianet Wacker, assistant librarian: Pat Mackin, Iackie Love, Glenn Marchal, senior drum major: Mr. Robert Bechtel, assistant director. second row: Ieth Mill, Rick Parker, Sherry Reed, Gary Prushing, Irvin Drew, Bill Mouer. third row: Mary Ann Speelman, Vickie Magill, Sue Kerr, Marlene Yauger, Cheryl White, Sharon Harding, Henrietta Lord. fourth row: Susie White, Ieannie Buker, Mary Beth Guy, Carol McKee, Connie Dial, Larry Frost, Barb Nist, Randy Meade. fifth row: Gary Gower, Ann Wiley, Patti Wynn, Carola Adams, Kathleen McCutchon, Sharon Snow, Carolyn Pargeon, Allan Helser. sixth row: Ieannette Fulton, Esther Petter, Sue Todd, Linda Cotton, Brian Gatchell, Hon Gilbert, Melinda Evans, Tom Callahan, Dave Daily. seventh row: Doug Paige, Ronnie Miller, Doug Little, lim Springer, Roger Cutler, Bob Crumm, Debbie Spear- man, Don Heagren, Lewis Reese. top row: Darrell Gilbert, Iohn Beever. the ranks of the marching 100 Decorating their bus with signs, Why is everyone so the senior band members prepare sad? This is the Senior for the big trip to Urbana. Trip: Have fun! w f 2' ' s I 11- iff.: - fi B, 52 N Wm 'B In A Q' A ev' " , ,pf- H an 4 , ' ew ,A fm li: . ,, .. 3552? I ff lwawi 'ba ivigg Jw ,. - W Qc? ' 'S G , ,. 4 , ' J ,fri ti' 1' V 11413 ui, XX - - 1 W .m 'W L: 'H xr "' A ' 4 .5 '35 F? f, n -if ...J nv-J u ,J ,sf k,,. :I zip " J ' -, .f i342 ' . ,. 'g if I A X ' 'fe 1 MWEL' 'N E' , - , , ,, A' ' ' .. ' V 'f' ' I , ,txig ' ' ff. ' 3' , X "xs,.:..- + -rf.. J .1 ' - M- , S . x.. V ' 1 + - s- k I M , ' I - 'Q-'L.,9.1'L,-5 VME jfffv df. A A J A I fx rg '41 ,F 91 0. -1 as 1 f' 7123. the tuba and the trumpet L Next to Dick Van Houten and his big bass, this trumpet play- er seems dwarfed. ystem with corporals and sergeants The marching band plays for all home games and many away ones. It also takes part in many community parades and rallies. Mr Siauch Mr Bechtel duectors first row Carola Adams Ieanne Buker Mananne Speelman Peggy Barton Mary Beth Guy Gwen Sturtevant Margaret Bauqhman second row Br1an Gatchell Mary Io Fletcher Dan Clyde Barb Nxst Pam Smxth Roberta Eddy hm Springer Don Heagren Don Duneux third row Pat Mackxn Chns Clark Sally Tanner Sandie Gulnther Conme Dxal Rod Beckett Iune Brooks Brenda Howard Ann Stegman Lome Reese Dxck Snow fourth row Hosrlyn Latham Henn Lord Larry Frost Iarnce Edwards Mary Deevers Carol McKee Randy Meade Cheryl Whlte Loxs Hopwood Meredxth Rme Iohn Beam Teresa Mad13S Nancy McConnell concert band first row: Sue Kerr, Marlene Yauger, Carol Auker, Vickie McGill, Debbie Fowler, Susie White, Sharon Show, Deanna Eyster. second row: Ron Miller. Nancy Wilson, Ioyce Yarman, Karen Fritz, Sharon Harding, Iane Edick, lane Grimm, Linda Shultz. third row: Bonnie Blue, Bill Mouer, Vaughn Wiester, Ann Wiley, Sue Todd, Linda Cotton, Melinda Evans, Tom Collihan, Dave Daily. fourth row: Dick VanHouten, Iohn Beaver, Stephana Bateman, Allan Helser, Carolyn Pargeon, Larry Crist, Gary Gower, Ellen Knox, lim Laughrey, Carole Davis, Ieanette Fulton. Mary Gardner. has active year The concert band was quite active this year. In the latter part of March, the band members held their annual concert which is given on two nights in succession. Another project con- sisted of giving a matinee to the students of the Mount Vernon Academy. In the latter part of the spring, the group took part in state con- tests. They received a high rating for their performance as a group. Mount Vernon High may well be proud of its concert band. 89 ground the piano: Sally Tanner, Bob Kahrl, Mr. Bob Bechtel: Iohn Beam, drums: Craig Wiester, base from row: Carole Davis, Nancy Delaney. Brian Gatchell, Iane Edick. lim Laughrey. back row: Vaughn Wiester, Ron Miller, lean Schafer, Lewis Reese. Bonnie Blue. Dick Snow. mellow iackets The Mellow Iackets. the high school dance band, play for some of the school informal hops, and have played for proms in other cities. Mr. Robert Bechtel is the director. senior choir The senior choir, composed entirely of girls, added color and beauty as Well as melody to the annual Pops concert. The entertainment was given in the spring as one of the final performances of the music department. first row: Mr. lack Stauch, director: Barbara McCalla, Hannah Mill. second row: Eileen Meiser, Betty Snow, Linda Hatfield, Paula Mickle, lane Porter, Bosan Myers, Mary Ann Melany, Virginia Dudgeon, Sue Beckley, Ioyce Gallogly, Merla Mathews, Iune Brooks. third row: Dianna Boucher, Debbie Topp, Bonnie Clutter, Lisa Krepps. Sonja Port, Sandy McReynolds, Sue Staats Mary Kay Farris, Karen Staats, Sharon Porterlield, Ellen Denhardt, Sandy Boucher. fourth row: Rosie Allen, Susie Bone, Karen Miller, Patty Thompson, Elaine McKinley, Connie Clippinger, Nancy Cag- win, Sharon Kerr, Leah Stamper, Linda Simpson. Becky RI-llief. Kay lBCObS. S116 Mellberg. Franni McMahon. . ' j gi QE - Z1 - I ff Editors 'hw Nye. Linda Roesler Steve Carter as hh 'i Glenn Marchal Business Manager forum staff produces under pressure Iim Curfman, Agnes Scarvelis, and Nancy Delaney, Io Ann Graham, Maurice Champion are working on lay- and Nancy Rine alphabetize senior outs. pictures. Index staff Kay Iacobs Sue Mellberg, and Ros11yn Latham type the freshmen index GIS . Shari Scott, advertising man- ager, Wendy Irvine, and Caroll Griesrnyer go through old cop- ies of the Forum to make a list of former Forum advertisers. Bon Lockhart Neal Marshall Nancy Sherry Hardlng and Sally Hellwig Cagwrn and Mar1a Plazze glue the boards identlfy plctures for the sophomore panels L! Subscriptlon manager Mari lyn Iames center supervises Marilyn Coffmg and Connie Rice 1n 11st1ng Forum subscrib editor Charlotte McFadden makes out the assignment sheet. iacket iournal staff hurries business manager lay Harris, Worries about how he is going to pay for sixteen issues of the lournal. radio editors Every Saturday morning, the Iacket Iournal radio editors broadcast the high school news and views over radio station WMVO. These staff members are Tom Wilson, Sally Tanner, and Rick Mayhew. to meet friday Leonard Mosley is thinking about what he is going to Write for the paper. Pam Hamilton, advertising manager, and Sandie Guinther are checking over a Iacket Iournal. deadlines Hugh Hookway is receiving help from Bob Clutter and George Delgoutfre as he Writes an article about a concert Hugh attended. Bob and George are sports Writers. Ianet George and Io Ann Kirch are busy typing commencement news for the Iacket Iournal. write on articles. Iane Boyd and Ginny Houb- ler read the finished product. Iane is subscription manager and Ginny reported club news. Tom Withgott and Ieanne Shick, junior reporters are collaborating to Henrietta Lord, exchange' editor, and Dianne Garverick, art editor, tack up papers from other schools. Sue Staats, Connie Rice, Pam Hamilton, Ronetta Miller, Beth Imhoff, Ginny Houbler. cheerleaders work for school spirit Our cheerleaders are do- ing a popular cheer for our spirited basketball team. Teachers enjoy the Prin- cipal's Christmas tea. Mr WIQQIHS secretanes Mrs Purdy and Mrs Frye asslst h1m at h1s annual tea for the faculty look at our leaders Mr Roger Walton ex alted chermstry lnstructor Wears the cowboy hat he recelved from Waltons WHIIIOIS as a Chrlstmas 1 guidance director Charles F. Fortunato Marietta College, Western Michigan University, B.A., M.A. 98 principal H. M. Wiggins Ohio State University. B.S M.A. supermtendent Charles I P1ckens R10 Grande College Oh1o Umversxty Ohxo State Um versxty BS MA -1--i-ky! I assistant superintendent In charge of business Lloyd Volk Bowhng Green Unlversxty BS V 99 k.NUf'lERlFH1!WiWJi5 asf S J e ff M - M Lam.: " 5 ' -snr,---+ - L"' xl lift fir ' 'lY"" 'lJli4f-I I Lwu','1',rl' "lg-13-I-1. -:ul " le 4151.15 -im , 'gg-ffgfir i Mary Lou Allen Special Education Robert H. Bechtel Music Martha Cochran Typing Lee Barcenas Industrial Arts Sara M. Cannon English, Publications Myron Cordrey General Science Barbara Baughman School Nurse Arthur Cassell Mathematics, Publications Iacqueline Craigo Mathematics Clark A. DeVo1 Mathematics Eldora Fithian Bookkeeping, Typing Eleanor C. Garrus Spanish, English Kathryn Dunham English, Publications Clarence Fridline Vocational Agriculiure Alice W. Harvey French Robert Edgar Biology. Science Suzanne Friedly Mathematics Mary B. Herron Typing, Shorthand .N mf' ,QQ H7 Anas., M',,i" A. 'sweet' ' ,. 5?-' T: '- sl ' in H. ...W -- .-.g y , - 5- ir H I-. ' V,-EA 1431, 102 Harold Highman Charles D. Hill Constance Holcombe Commercial subjects Science, Asst. Coach Accelerated Reading School Treasurer Ann Hootman Sharon L. Horn Louise M. Huggins Music Home Economics English James Imel Clifford Iump Marguerite Mann World History Vocational Agriculture English Asst. Football Coach Imogene Montgomery French Eleanor Owens English Ralph Rice American History Donald E. Morrison Industrial Arts Nick Petroff English, Attendance Supervisor Peggy Ann Roberts English, Publications Lamoil L. Owen Social Studies Audio-Visual Education Lee Ramey English Iack Robeson Biology Ruth Sanner Latin Mitchell Smith Art lack Stauch Music Houston Schlosser Mathematics Basketball Coach Iarnes W. Spicer American History Assistant Coach Nancy B. Stillwell Physical Education Guidance lean W. S1-rick English Charles Stanley Social Studies Baseball Coach Charles R. Stobart Science, Health Football Coach me I. Floyd Thomas Physical Education Golf Coach Paul L. Tucker Mathematics Roger L. Walton Chemistry F 1 6 Kenneth West Charles E. White Lillian D. White Algebra I Industrial I, II, III, IV Home Economics I, II Physics Drivers' Training Mr. Stauch is making ' a valiant effort to curt- sy after congratulating Queen Pam Hamilton, when she was elected Forum Queen. 5 l l Q Mary Louise Beck Secretary to Mr Pzckens Betty Frye Filing Clerk Ruth Crumm Secretary to M Mildred Leiter Clerk of Board of Educatlon look at our efficient secretaries Loretta Eberhart Secretary Helen Souers Secretary io Mr Volk Ruth Franz Production Clerk Iean Purdy Secretary to Mr Wxggms MARY LOU ALLEN Ohio University, Muskingum College, Ashland College, B.S. in Ed. Special Education LEE BARCENAS lgllgorhead State College, Minnesota, I ' Industrial Aras BARBARA BAUGHMAN Cornell University, Yale University School of Nursing, B.S., R.N., M.N, School Nurse - Y-Teen Adviser ROBERT H. BECHTEL Ohio State University, B.S. in Music Education Instrumental Music, Mellow Iackets SARA M. CANNON Reghany College, New York University, ' 'English Director oi High School Publica- tions ARTHUR CASSELL Michigan State University, Ohio State University, University ot Buitalo, B.S., M.Ed, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Solid Geometry Business Manager for High School Publications MARTHA V. COCHRAN Asbury College, University of Ken- tucky, Ashland College, B.A. Typing I, Economic Geography F. B. L. A. Adviser MYRON CORDREY Ohio State University, B.Sc. General Science Science Club Adviser CLARK A. DEVOL Ohio University, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Senior Math, Freshmen Math, Al- gebra Iunior Class Adviser KATHRYN DUNHAM Miami University, B.S. in Ed. English, Vedette Adviser ROBERT EDGAR Syracuse University. B.A. BiolO9Y- General Science ELDORA FITHIAN Grove City College, B.S. in Commerce Bookkeeping I, ll, Record Keeping, Personal Typing CLARENCE R. FRIDLINE Ohio State University, B.S., M.A. Vocational Agriculture F. F. A. Adviser SUZANNE S. FRIEDLY Bowling Green State University, Ohio State University, American University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. General Mathematics ELEANOR C. GARRUS Western College tor Women, Ohio State University, A.B., B.S. in Ed. Spanish I, ll, English 10 Senior Class Adviser ALICE W. HARVEY Wellesley College. B.A. Graduate study at University of Heid- elberg, Germany: University of Angers, France: Middlebury. Vermont: Buck- nell Universityp N. D. E. A. Institute. Maine French I, Il MARY B. HERRON Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio State University, Capital University, B.S. in Ed. Typing II, Shorthand I, ll HAROLD HIGHMAN Ohio University, B.S. in Ed.. M.A. Commercial Law, General Sales Business Organization, Business Arithmatic Faculty Manager Athletics School Treasurer 108 faculty facts CHARLES D. HILL Western State College, B.A. General Science Assistant Basketball, Football, Baseball Coach CONSTANCE E. HOLCOMBE Beloit College, B.S. Accelerated Reading, Remedial Reading ANN HOOTMAN Ashland College. Bachelor of Music Strings SHARON LESLIE HORN Ohio State University, B.S. Home Economics I Co-Adviser F. H. A. LOUISE M. HUGGIN S College of Wooster, Ohio University, B.A. English 9 IAMES IMEL Western Reserve, Ashland, Ohio State University, B.S. Social Studies, Modern World His- tory, World History F. T. A. Adviser Junior High Football Assistant Coach CLIFFORD O. JUMP Ohio State University, B.S. in Agricul- ure Vocational Agriculture Co-adviser F. F. A. MARGUERITE MANN Ohio Wesleyan, B.A., Bowling Green, M.A., Ohio University. Ohio State Uni- versity English XII Senior Class Adviser IMOGENE MONTGOMERY Denison University, McGill University, Toledo University, B.A., M.A. French II, III, IV DONALD E. MORRISON Miami University, B.S.. M.A. Industrial Arts, Engineering Drawing LAMOIL L. OWEN Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio Uni- versity. Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Senior Social Studies Audio - Visual Education City Schools ELEANOR OWENS Denison University, A.B. English 10 Sophomore Class Adviser NICK PETROFP Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. English 9 Attendance Supervisor Freshman Basketball Coach, As- sistant Varsity Coach LEE O. RAMEY Rio Grande College, Ohio B.S., M.A. English 9 RALPH RICE Ohio University B.S. in Ed. American History PEGGY ANN ROBERTS Ohio State University, Western Reserve, B.S. in Ed. American Literature Vedette Adviser A. IACK ROBESON Ohio University, Ohio State, B.S. in Ed. Biology I, ll RUTH SANNER Iuniata College. Penn State College, A.B. Latin I, Il HOUSTON F. SCHLOSSER Grove City. Pa., Ohio Weslevan, Ohio State University, Kent State University, University ot Florida, B.A., M.A. Plane Geometry Head Basketball Coach. Tennis Coach University IEAN W. SHICK Western College for Women, Denison University, Ohio University, A.B. American Literature Iunior Class Adviser MITCHELL SMITH University oi Georgia, Kent State Uni. versity, Ohio State University, B.F.A., M. Ed. Art I AMES W. SPICER Muskingum College, B.A. American History Assistant Football Coach, Physical Training Program, Track Coach Pep Club Adviser CHARLES STANLEY Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Senior Social Studies Baseball Coach, Assistant Football and Basketball Coach IACK STAUCH Ohio State University B.S. in Ed. Music NANCY B. STILLWELL CUDUUI U1'liVe1'SitY. Stetson University, B.S., Graduate Work at Stetson Guidance, Girls Physical Education G. A. A. Adviser, G. A. A. Volley- ball and Basketball Coach CHARLES R. STOBART West Virginia Wesleyan, Ohio Univer- sity, B.S. in Ed. Health, General Science Head Football Coach I. FLOYD THOMAS Utah State University, B.S. in Ed. Physical Education, Boys' Intra- murals Goll Coach MONIQUE TRANSUE University of Bordeaux, Baccalaureat, License et Sciences French l, Conversational French Ill and IV RUTH DOMIGAN TRUXALL Ohio Wesleyan, Northwestern, B.A. Speech, English Dramatics Director PAUL LANGDON TUCKER Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Algebra I GUY VAN NOSTRAND Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. World History Sophomore Adviser CATHERINE WALKER Ohio University, A.B. English XII Senior Class Adviser Vedette Assistant Adviser ROGER L. WALTON Kenyon College, Kent State University, Ohio Wesleyan, B.S., B.S. in Ed. Chemistry junior Class Adviser REBECCA WAREHAM Ohio Wesleyan University, Bowling Green University, Kent State Univer- sity, A.B. Librarian DORMA WARRICK Manchester College, University ot Den- ver, A.B. General Business, Typing I, Office Practice KENNETH WEST Ohio State University. B.A., B.E.E., B.S. in Ed., M.S. Physics, Algebra CHARLES E. WHITE, SR. Madison College, Tennessee, Maryland University, B.S. I Industrial Arts, Drivers Training LILLIAN D. WHITE Ohio Wesleyan, University of Kansas, Ohio State University, Central Mich- igan Colleqe, Michigan State Univer- sity, B.A., M.A. Home Economics ll, Ill, IV Future Homemakers of America Adviser Iohn Kofod assembles an 1nterest1ng dlsplay Wh1Ch he prepared for the World h1StOIY classes Mr. Tucke1"s algebra class studies a new lesson while one of the students puts an example on the board. studenis 'lil S INN 109 1, A .,-f " ,- .fp A .3 L, W E N ' i .Q .np If .T ,gvli ' x I 'T WXQL- m, mi mm-5, K ,,.3.,.r,, is 4 L r Mlijff vm, ' fl i William G. Richard W. Larry D. Bon Ayers Carl W. Bailey Albert Alley Ashcraft lean Louise Iohn R. Bartlett Linda S. Barton Sandra A. Beck Richard L. Baker Berniller pq. PRE the bln lflslo-16 ' 5 1 q. ev z Fotvx-.GM +?"w" 110 X Bouton and Mickle campaign posters decorate the front of the school during the election race for senior class officers. Their efforts were not in vain because both Harry and Paula were elected. Phyllis E. Biggs Melodee Black Chancy E. Blair Ir. Robert M. Blue Ierry A. Boling Linda Boring Harry E. Bouton lane Ellen Boyd Marcella Iune Boyer Linda Lou Burggraf Richard G. Burke Io Ann Byrd Richard N. Byrd Nancy R. Cagwin Barbara I. Carper I3 ' Y Russell Carter Stephen E. Maurice V. Iarnes L. Connie Io Clark Carter Champion Chandler Serita Iean Frances L. Cline Connie Io Robert E. Marilyn I. Clayborne Clippinger Clutter Coffing It pays to advertise for these students became the class officers. Janet George, secretary: Don Heagren. vice-president: Harry Bouion, president: and Paula Mickle, treasurer. H2 Susan Grace Co1v111e Davld C Cornell Iames S Cowhn Robert E Crawford Charles Crouch Iames V Curfman Ron E Darhng Frank D Dav1dson Carole Anne DaV1S Nancy Iean Delaney George Delgouifre Elleen Dexter Irv1n C Drew Sharon Ann Barley Elizabeth O. Daniel Virginia A. Ellis Steve E. Carolyn Ann Ierry D. Franz Mike Fribley Fletcher Foreman Larry A. Frost Charles H. Frye Sharon L. Frye Louise Arlene Ierry E. Gantt Fulmer N Seniors Susan Colville and Barbara Way check some in- formation in the main office while helping out the Forum I staff. 4 Mary F Gardner Iames T Garrus Dlanne Patr1c1a Garver1ck Iames W George Ianet S George Dale M Gerrard Fredenck E Goossens Iudlth Carohne Graf Dave A Graham Io Ann Graham Caroll Anne Gnesmyer Sandra Kay Gumther Charles Hachat Patr1c1a I oyce Hall Darrell M. Gilbert Pamela Iune Sharon Kay Sharon S. Anne E. Harris Iohn A Harris Hamilton Harding Harding III Diana Sue Hart Linda S. Hatfield Donald W. Sally lane Allan E Helser Heagren Hellwig 116 1 The Senior Class President, Harry Bou- ton, seems oblivious of his surroundings as he sits at his mon- itor's post. Ronald Hempfield ' Constance L. Hendershott Delores C. Hess Cheryl M. Hill J errie L. Hollifield Hugh E, Hookway, Jr Virginia Lee Houbler Bruce E. Hoy Wendy Lee Irvine Joan M. Jacobs Judith H. Jacobs Linda Kay Jacobs Marilyn June James Judy Ann Johnson James P. Kahrl L te: pi .nf""' Denny W. Kerr Sharon Lee Kerr Io Ann Kirch Phillip H. Larry Kleiner Bennie Knox Ivena M. Knox Deanna L. Bosilyn Ann Douglas M. Kundmiller Latham Little For this picture of Jacket Iournal editor, Charlotte McFadden, in- terviewing Mr. Fred Lorey of the Mount Ver- non News, senior Dar- rell Gilbert Won second place in the Iournalism Association of Ohio School photo contest. 118 Ronald D Lockhart T Hennetta Lord Teresa Ann Madlas Jerry L Magers Trudy D Ma1er Glenn R Marchal Neal F Marshall Barbara E McCalla Donald G McConnell I Brchard McConnell Carol L McDonald Kathleen L McDonald Sharon E McDowell Charlotte A McFadden Frederick E. Mayhew Elaine G. Luanna I. Frances Kay McKinley McKinstry McMahon Paula Sue Raymond L. Ion Fishburn Mickle Milligan Mintier N . c W l 120 3 I A ti la. A y I Q L? I: W Mary Ann Susanne K. Melany Mellberg Iudith Ellen Peter I. Mondron Mondron seniors win megaphone The Seniors give out with a mighty roar as they Win the megaphone for the last time. They have been un- defeated since the contests first be- gan in their sophomore year. Could this possibly be how they acquired a reputation for being rather boist- erous? Sharon L. Moran Leonard Mosley William R. Mouer Robert G. Mowery Polly M. Moxley Ronald N. Mumaw Wilma Bosan Myers Alice S. Neibarger Iohn Thomas N eibarger Nancy Newton Irene E. O'Brien Dan Omlor Joseph Karl Outcalt Janet Marie Paisley Vincent Parry Maria Sanders Ronald E. Robert Pillow Steve Nancy Lee Piazze Pierson Porterfield Pumphrey Carl R. Pursel David E. Rardin Louie Reese Paul D. Reiss Douglass W Rhodes Mr. Brayton Lewis, New York Pro Musica bass, autographs Jacket Journal reporter Hugh Hookway's program af- ter the interview that followed the Commun- ity Concert program. In the absence of the reg- ular director, Noah Greemberg, Mr. Lewis directed the group. 122 Constance A. Rice Nancy Virginia Rine Patricia M. Rine Tom Rine Marilyn I. Rockwell Linda R. Boesler Sandra Rushton Galena M. Hutkowski Rebecca I. Rutter Agnes Ioan Scarvelis Iean A. Schafer David F. Schmidt Sharon Lee Scott Sandra L. Shoman Linda Iean Schultz N47 Carolyn S Lmda L Burman E Denny E Evelyn Claire Shumaker S1mpson Suns Srrbaugh Smith Evelyn L George Smrth M1Chael Srmth Larry Snow Thomas M. Smrth Speer What's this? A snow- rnan on the school lawn? Seniors Harry Bouton, Maurice Cham- pion, Iim Curfman. and Bon Lockhart look as if they were enjoying this project. Ierry Sprankel Leah I. Stamper Gary R. Statler Iames Steele Robert C. Steurer Walter E. Still Richard L. Stillings William L. Stillwagon George Allen Stringfellow Iohn A. Sturgess Dan Summers Robert S. Swingle Edward E. Tablett Sally Anne Tanner Nancy E. Thomas 19 -it - -7 ri- 1' Patty Bea Thomas E. Barbara E. Richard W. William E. Thompson Todd Vail Van Houten Vernon Iennifer I. Barbara Claire A. Martha A. Barbara Jeanne Waddell Warner Warren Watson Way This group of sen- iors, known as The Country Cousins, is telling the audience at the Forum Show its version of "Doin' ally." What Comes Natur- Harold Keumth Welsh Ir Iudy A Westenberger Charles E Wh1te Ir Cheryl Lee Whlte Ruby D Whlte Frances A W1lSOH Thomas D WIISOH Donna Wmgerter Martha WISE Harold N Wolfe R1chard L Wolfe Charles E Woodland Larry W Woolson Iudy Lee Workman David L. Willits William Buker Eleanor Carper Don Clements Phillip Crider Phil DePolo Ronald Fawcett Donald Goulding Linda Roesler and Steve Carter, co-ecli- tors of this year's FORUM, finally com- plete the layout for the yearbook. 128 seniors not pictured Elmer Gullett Robert Gunia Iames Holcombe I. W. Metcalf Ioyce Miesse Charles Mowery Iohn R. Myers Harold Kunkle William McCu1len L. Craig Wright Iohn C. Wythe Ioe Yarman Roy Payne Curt Robbins Mary Rouse Bill Scott Iohn Seavolt Darrell Stull Gary Williams vr""R sz ' Senior, Don Heagren, reads "a letter from Mama" in the 1962 Forum Follies. ru.-sez. ,arse-25,3-5 1 A - if ul fa , ,, ff ' 'W si.. "t'1-'i1jxLZrsz: 1 "WF ifl w W A. Some of the senior so- cial studies classes were fortunate in hearing a talk given about labor unions by Mr. McCracken, the in- ternational treasurer for the ceramics division of the C. I. O. Conway learns more of the civ- Rumors of the larnasery are discussed ilization established by the lamas by "outsiders" during the prologue and from the High Lama. epilogue of Lost Horizon. Myra ,........ .....,. Elizabeth ........ .... Wyland Rutherford Tibetan ....,.. ...... Chang ...... Conway ...... ...... Mallinson 1 3 0 cast of "lost horizon" Rosilyn Latham Paula Mickle Charles Hachat Dick McConnell Bonnie Fawcett Iim Covvlin Don McConnell Steve Carter Miss Brinklow .,,...., ....., Mr. Henry Barnard Lo Tsen ...... Helen ....... Ai-Ling ......, The High Lama ,...,. .....fi.. Tashi ....... Leah Stamper Iay Harris Iane Boyd Nancy Rine Cheryl White Iim Curfrnan Sally Tanner Barnard and Mallinson are engaged in a friendly "discussion" of the art of managing a trust company. seniors present "lost horizon" A beautiful lamasery hidden in the Tibetan Mountains was the setting for the Senior Class Play, Lost Horizon. Adapted from the book, by Iarnes Hilton, this story tells of a small isolated community With a new type of civili- zation based on "moderation" and a form of eternal life. The action consists of the reactions of a "civilized" group of people from the United States and England to this form of existence. Miss Brinklow and Helen Watch as Barnard and Mallinson continue their discussion. "' Am, ,nf ' " Q l3l -9.1 ,-V0 Judy Iacobs and her date share an interesting conversation at the Senior Prom. m g 2 gifs . the senior prom Galena Rutkowski and Ioe Yarman enjoy some refreshments as other couples dance in the back- ground. of '62 Mike Fribley and lack Bartlett are holding this young lady entranced. We wonder what their secret is. was ca certain success Colorful crepe paper in gay profusion helped to carry out the theme of the 1962 Senior Prom. The theme chosen by the prom committee was "Midnight Sun." The Riley Norris Combo played for the dance. Chairman of the prom committee was Glenn Marchal. The after-prom activities consisted of a movie, '14 if ,N "Horizontal Lieutenant," and an informal dance and party at the K. of P. Hall. The theme for the informal dance was the "Peppermint Lounge." These activities were followed by a traditional breakfast. 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Neuman's name do- ing on this pass? iuniors Ioy Wagner Robert Walpole Martha Ward Ronald Warner Karen Weelcley Richard Welker Robert White Pamela Whitney Vaughn Wiester Doug Williams Robert Williams Carle Wise Thomas Withgott Thomas Woodward Fred Workman Karen Workman Brian Wynkoop Patti Wynn iunior class officers bottom row: Mike Van!-Xman, president: Bill Buckharn, vice- president. top row: Wayne Decker, treas- urer: Cheryl Stricker, secretary. You can tell who runs this Iun- ior Class. Maybe the boys out- number the girls, but you can bet Cheryl will stand up for the feminine views. These junior girls are telling everyone just how thankful they are for little boys. iff! Reading and discussing novels played an important part in the year's Work for this class in American Literature. This panel of juniors - Patty Mackin, chairman Iackie Suain, Tom Withgott, Mary Mclftill, and Carola Adams - discuss The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. iuniors are busy people Iuniors Virginia Dud- geon, Susan Sturgess, and Elizabeth Kofod look like real artists as they Work with oils. 140 1 A fnend to every stu dent Mr W1gg1ns IS a specral fnend to Jumors who must begln choosmg occupatlons and planmnq futures who must plan for the future The Jumor class of 1962 had many mdus trrous projects and plans for earnrng money whrch some of the members krndly consented to paradmg up and down the street Wearmg sandvvlch boards w1th advertrsernents on them The class also sold candy and as 1S tradrtlonal brooms One mterestlng project that flzzled somewhat l1ke a dud hrecracker was the sale of flre ext1ngu1shers After some of the extmg collected because then' S1Ze was not qurte 1n accordance Wllh a certaln C1lY ordlnance From all these projects one can see that jumors really are busy people both durmg and after school 141 l The class held two bake sales downtown for uishers had already been sold, they had to be Dotty seems to be in a big hurry What a welcome for a sailor! - for an obviously good reason. iunior class presents "onions in the stew" Betty MacDonald cast of characters Ianice Baube Don MacDonald . ,.,,,,,..,.,,.,. Dan Mills Anne ................... Florence Senseman loan .......... ................ B eth Imhoff Howard ...,.... ...l.... M ichael VanAman Roger ...,.........,....... .......... R obert Bowden Claud ..,...........,..... Claire Fessenden Lesley Arnold .,r,.,. n I Margo ,................... .... Miss Garvey ....... Bee Gee ......,,,,,,, Salsie ....... .. 142 Richard Gooding Leslie Holmes Susan Bone Ieanne Shick Merla Mathews Cynthia Montgomery Iune Brooks K1ts1e ,........,..................... ..,..... G inny Rowley Mrs. Watson's Harry ...... Michael Misicka Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rick Ralston N ew-Motor Marvin Art Murphy and Anne Stegman Lyda ........ ....................,.........,...,. C arola Adams lim ....... ...... G erald Laymon Dotty ............,................... ....... S usan Sturgess Ioey .....,..............................................,..... Iim Tracy Phil and Delia Murray Iohn Hitchcock and Ioyce Gallogly Old Buddy .....................................,,. Rick Ralston Announcer ..,......,.....,......,.,...., Iohn R. Hitchcock Can there be dlscord 1n the MacDonald home? Arnold 1nev1tab1y arouses lnterest Poor Mr MacDonald seems to be outnumbered A visit from Lesley " Students and their guests dance to the music of Vic Day at the Iunior-Senior Prom. 144 Iani Phelps and Wayne Decker were among the many couples who at- tended the prom. sa ' 0 quiet lungIe" is theme Both young people and adults seem to be enjoy- ing dancing. 4 yi- ' A for iunior-senior prom Iuniors, Cheryl Stricker and Gerald Laymon, Wait in line as sophomore, Mary Ann Speelman, serves punch. - --7164 ..,,. X 'ly - Q., . hiv E. 5'- 'r ..-....- 4- n .- r,- .4- ,,,.--. ,Q . ,yvfm-.-' Au J - -3 - 5' ' ' I j,g,g3fff2?' xr ,, l . fiQfZ,' , xii' .. M ,, r - A Y '40 ,Q wav "AE-.fx "ff,-r 1 Y' 2 - L ills f K K V. . .AM fx.. Q .lf . ,: ' f-'Q I-7 .fff ATS Q eq ffygg I , A .. " V ' - ' ' fy f ' 'jfs-1' ' .,,-2,- H. 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I , , 'x. 1- r ' , 'Fl'-T, " v 1i f'-QM A 1 , Yf-.-- -, W. . E f?"3k 4 9 fjziv Us bv-4 . P Q LL :LN , 1-.X. -1 1 an - qw: . lk. Aw, X. I -L -1 A filffiiftft' 3 J 'LL aux 4f38Qvw4 1 P? .,. ,Z 'bds' .3 Rf:- Q J' : . , , Zh.,- 'lg !7'N V51 i1!1Q mf ' fy. , , X ---.' ef-Zi 'fri - ' 1.2. -. At. q fr-. r 1 ,. 1 -. - 1 - '- ,, .,,.,.V.,.' -, L LE .-.,-, ..- .V 1,5 , ..f . sophomores top row: Tom Leache, Tommy Mc- Larnan, Iohn Mazza, Ross Lock- hart, Steve McMains, George Lee. third row: Glen McDonald, Kent Lutz, Doug Marshall, Wes Mc- Carnent. second row: Dick Maxwell, Nancy Lewis, Barbara Nist, Betsy Lorey. Vivian Lockhart, Nancy Lepley, Candy McCoy. bottom row: Evelyn Lynds, Sharon Lower, Barbara Marquart, Nellie Lester, Sharon McClellan, Sandy McReynolds, Lydia Little, Gayle Lemasters. top row: Betty Neeley, Peggy Nev- in, ludy Miller, Wayne O'Brien. third row: Betty Peck, Marla Neigh- barger, Delphia Mechlinq. Bill Morain, Lonnie Parker. second row: Ann Miller, Raphael Neighbarger. Carl Neighbarger, Ian Phelps, Eileen Meiser. bottom row: Gary Mintier, ludy Myers, Linda Norris, Sharon Miller, Ron Miller. top row: Paul Seavolt, Bob Stein- brink, Karen Popejoy, lim Pui- fenbarger, Gary Rutan. third row: Bill Richards, Christine Ransom, Anna Rutkowski, Cathy Rafferty, Dixie Rine, Chuck Pur- sel. second row: Sharon Porteriield, Vicki Searls, Ianice Porter. bottom row: lim Ridenbaugh, lanet Ridenhaugh, lean Schlairet, ludy Seavolt. Nancy Porter. Benny Rayburn. sophomores top row: Wayne Sigrnan, Dick Ital- iano, Alfred Oakes, Rodger Sillars, Bob Shepard. third row: Iohn Sherman, Carl Smith, Ron Stamper, Chester Stanley, Gerald Stryker, Mal- colm Shrimplin. second row: Carolyn Steurer, Danny Smith, Dick Snow, Iohn Spring, Harry Squires, Don Shultz, lack Smith, Terry Sowards. bottom row: Mary Anne Speelman, Alyce Strouse, Madeliene Slee- man, Ann Springer, Sandy Smith, Gwen Sturtevant, Shirley Smith, Sue Staats. top row: Iim Thompson, I-'red Tharp, Kathy Rudin, Iohn Sutcliffe. third row: Iohn Thompson, Kathy Taylor, Donna Thompson, Susan Vernon, Tom Vasbinder. second row: Christophere Sykes, Charles Truex, Lee Vance, Don Van Develde, Nancy Tucker. bottom row: Debbie Topp. lunior Vance, David Swain, Denton Hummel, Bebbie Van Voorhis. top row: Dick Ware, Craig Wolf, Craig Wiesier, Mike Williams, Dave Zolman, Dick Weir. third row: Richard Winegardner, Ianet Wacker, Larry Winegard- ner, Fred Zimmerman, David Wharton. second row: Don Vilfer, Roger Wal- ton, Iessie Watson, Carolyn Westenbarger, Carol White. Mike Wagner, David Wells. bottom row: Mark Woodward, Pris- cilla Warner, Debbie Ward, Ron Woolson. Oh! Santa, your whiskers tickle! When Doctor Denham Sutcliffe lectured the sophomore English classes, he brought with him Mr. and Mrs. Tocla, from Iapan, who are studying American schools. Iohn Mclleynolds listens intently to the discussion on Huckleberry Finn. 150 Sue Vernon, Ronnie Miller, and lim Thompson lead a panel discussion about Huckleberry Finn for Miss Cannon's so- phomore English class. Tom Iames, Fred Ballam, and the rest of the class don't appear too interested in the discussion: maybe they have spring fever. Another panel was held to discuss The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hern- ingway. Ron Woolson, Mary Ann Speel- man, Sharon Deem, and Iohn Sutcliffe moderate. Iohn Sutcliffe is holding a picture of Ernest Hemingway. Miss Cannon's English class- es spent a day this year in which one student represented a character from one of the stories, poems, or plays the class had studied. Here Carl Neibarger and Diane Hall are trying to guess who Sharon Wells is portraying. 151 freshmen top row: Danny Barnes, Forrest An- till, Wilma Alberts, Leslie Allen, Bill Baker, Trent Ansel. third row: Betty Baker, Carole Bak- er, Marilyn Algire, Peggy Bar- ton. second row: Gary Bates, Vicki Bald- win, Iulia Anderson, Margaret Baughman, Carol Auker, Sandra Alley, Iohn Adams. bottom row: Ernie Bailey, Diane Alberts, Sandy Arquilla, Iulie Arquilla, Nancy Arquilla, Paul Annett. top row: Lee Black, Rod Beckett, Major Bowles, Skip Blair, Steve Bird. third row: Richard Billman, Dave Briscoe, Ronnie Blankenship, Ioe Booker, Mike Bryan. second row: Trudy Boling, Nancy Becker, Patsy Brady, Karen Brown, Shirley Boyer. Karen Beaver, Cathy Brown. bottom row: Iudy Bemiller, Iudy Brown, Diana Blair, Iudy Blair, Lois Brooks, Nancy Bonsell, Sandy Brunner, Bernice Bennett. top row: Sam Cherney, Larry Bro- kaw, Iean Buker, Eileen Car- penter, Bill Clayborne, Devin Cline. third row: Cheryl Chalfant, Patty Burke, Jerrie Clutter, Gary Clap- ham, Doug Chester. second row: Gary Carpenter, Dave Busenburg, Kathy Bumpus, Lu- cille Butler, Ioyce Clark. bottom row: Iohn Clutter, Tom Cal- lahan, Richard Cline, Dave Ca- millo. freshmen top row: Ronnie Cunningham, Bob Davis, Barry Dailey, Clarence Davis, Larry Crist, Walter Dee Winter, Keith Coliing, Larry Payne. third row: lane Craw, Cindy Col- umber, Mary Io Colville, Linda Cotton, Bob Davis, Ron Daniels. second row: Dennis Conner, Cindy Detrner, Barbara Craig, Ellen Curfman, Edith Colgin. bottom row: Roger Cutler, Charles Cline, Karen Derringer, Karen Carson, Barbara Daily, April Colwill, Bonnie Delporte, Bob Crumm, Frank Courson. top row' Gene Durieux Ron Dick- enson Larry Durbin Gary Don aldson Iohn Edmrster second row Pete Drckson B111 Ed mister Terry Durb1n Cecil El hot Dale Everhart Larry Dunn Simon Dudgeon bottom row Terry Eblm Deanna Eyster Roberta Eddy lane Ellis Carolyn Donaldson Donna Eve land Sue Doup Maltnda Evans Billy Doup top row Robert Florer Gregg Geo rge Ron Gilbert Mary Io Fletch er Connie George third row Steve Gatchell Arnold Grllespxe Steve Gill Bonita Frye Sue Frye Norma Fnzzell second row Charles Gamble Bob Falkenstme Ron Flecknoe Car olyn Fairchild Debbie Fowler bottom row Gwen Feasll Cindy I-'etters Jerry Gleason Ieftrey Fletcher Phil Frye freshmen top row: Iohn Graves. Bob Hampton, Bob Greer, Iohn Hayden. Mike Graham. fourth row: Cheryl Gustin. Pat Har- mon. Phyllis Hardesty. third row: Marjorie Hall, Iudy Gru' baugh, Iennifer Haldeman, Linda Graham. Dann Goodson. second row: David Harbert, Deanna Harper, Kay Graham, Mary Beth Guy, Marcia Hamilton. bottom row: Larry Legros, David Graves, Barbara Harris, Kay Green, Tracy Grimm. Barbara Hart, Gloria Davis, Carl Gordon. Kenny Conant. top row: Ken Ienkins. Mike Hubbell, Carl Hoar, Dan Hulse, Iack Hess. middle row: Helen Henthorn, Barry Heagren, Steve Ioris, Warren Henthorn, Mark Iohnson, Iim Hellwig, Wesley Humbert. bottom row: Tammy Horn, Gail Hol- lifield, Sue Hissong. Rebecca Hitchcock, Darlene Hess, Chris- tine Highman, Frieda Gordon. Iudy Iessup, Wendy Heintz. top row: Betsy Lober. Carolyn King, Emily Lybarger, Ernie Lonsing- er Fred Lawson, Mike Little. fourth row: Eleanor Lamb, Carol Lauderbaugh, Barbara Kerin. Charlene Levenson, Tom Keller, Larry Kerr. third row: Cary Latham. Dick Lyons, Steve Kline, Richard Kouba. Larry Kyle. second row: Dennis Lambillotte. Larry Kimmer, Kenny Koon, Ian' ice Kuhlmeier, Kerry Kotch. Ieanette Lowe. bottom row: Charlotte Githens, Cathy Leighty. Cheryl Kleiner. Katrina Ketter, Iacquie Love. standing left: Gregg Kreutz. lim Lili. standing right: Roger Lawson, Iim Lockhart. freshmen top row: lack McCarron, Ieth Mill, Iohnny McCalla, Elizabeth Mas- lowski, Ierry Mellberg, Charlie Mills, George Mosingo, Roy Mc- Farland, Mike Menke, Fred Montgomery. fourth row: Vicki Magill, Gloria Mc- Rill, Hannah Mill, Pat Matthews. Nancy McConnell. third row: Ann McKinley, Pat May- er, Arleen Ierna, Carol McKee. second row: Richard Montgomery, Gary Moore, Linda Morey, Mary Moran, Kathy Metcalf, Karen Sel- lers, Sue Magill, Bill Miller. bottom row: Ierry McIntosh, Terry McClenathan, Ricky Miller, Ted Metcalf, Bob Monette, Tom Min- tier. standing left: Dick McClusky, Ron- nie Mouer, Greg Garzieri. standing right: Iack Matheny, Bob Mintier, Lawrence Matthews. top row: Iirn Pappas, Charles Park- er, Gregg Neese, David Parker. Doug Page, Dan Hamilton, Mike Omlor, Dave Nuce, Edward Parsons. middle row: Mary Norris, Van Payne, Ioe Osborne, Iohn Par- nell, Steve Parnell, Danny Rey- nolds, Dick Nichals, Bob Neth- ers, Marilyn McGee. bottom row: Diana Parry. Ianice Parker, Elizabeth Neighbarger, Bonnie Parker, Carolyn Pargeon, Iudy Nutter, Marie Parrish, Nancy Parker. top row: Bob Price. Dennis Rine. Robert Rowe, Steve Rentz. Iohn Pumphrey, Gary Prushing. fourth row: Scott Rine. Frank Ride- nouer, Roger Rhodes, Patty Petry, Pat Rine, Meredith Rine. Mike Roberts. third row: La Vonne Rutherford, lane Pilotti, Roger Phillips, Mike Poland, Leslie Peck. second row: Dick Peterman, Billy Peters, Patti Rudin, Ianet Reiss, Torn Piazze. bottom row: Ian Pemhrook, Ianet Petty, Anita Powell. Jamie Rich- ardo, Billie Rummel. Q4 fu., 'l:.AE'T3i9w 'Q ,- ' 4. isa?" ' 5 , ,HQ 4 ,E x ?f51 iv" iv 'PI 'L-1 412 t.-wait. .. M. TEV, ,,.... 'ffsf WJ' if gg. . if fxfx, '- ' A 3, . ,.' ,, Y,.-gf J W . , 1 - is 'I x u V wtfgzfjmig -'Z f .Af L, Y -I -V -. ,fi " -. JF? -, K , 12 'K . X N N '-.,. ' in "-X X . Xg':y,'! gg mi' Wx ' W p. -:Y-'. .Af u 1 'e freshmen 'W top row: Iim Withgott, Dick Wood- ward, Arlene Yates, Robin Woodard, Linda Wiggins, Handy Meade, Ron Yarman. third row: Linda Wells, Nancy Wil- son, Ann Wiley, Linda Williams, Raymond Williams. second row: George Wills, Marlene Yauger, Barbara Wise, Ianice Yarrnan, Pam Wolfe, Lana White. bottom row: Ioe White, Rocky Wil- guess, Mary Lou Workman, Bev- erly Wood, Barbara Wolford. Iudy Young, Susie White, Terry Zimmerman, Iefi Zolrnan. what's brewing in lab X? clockwise: Patty Budin, secretary: Greg Kreutz, vice-president: Rod Beckett, reporter: Iohn Pumphrey, president. 7 5 top row: Marilyn Iames, Henri Lord, Virginia Ellis. Loraine Holt, Pat Rine, Eileen Dexter, Sandy Beck, Sandy Rushton, Marilyn Lauderbaugh, Lois Hopwood, Kathy Atherton. Mary Ward, Pat Burke, Iudy Blair, Cyndy Hughes, Evelyn Smith, Ronda Weirrick, Kathy Ewers. Phyllis Hardesty, Kathline Thompson, Carolyn Westenbarger, Polly Moxley. middle row: Diana Boucher, Ioetta Lamb, Karen Beaver, Marie Parrish, Barbara Wolford. Tarnrnie Horn, Shir- ley Boyer, Kathy Grant, Patricia Way, Shirley Elliot, Karen Carson, Sharon McDowell, Phyllis Biggs, Marty Easterday. standing: Sue Shumaker, Maria Piazze, Connie Clark, Linda Barton, Sharon Harley, Barbara Barton, Barbara Harris, Lois Brooks. all clothes modeled in this style home economics department mrs. Iillion white top row: Priscilla Warner, Virginia Dudgeon, Anne Harris, Marilyn Rockwell, Franni McMahon, Barbara Carper, Nancy Lewis, Linda Ferris, Sherry Harding, Linda Simpson, Barbara King, Linda Page, Carol Hall, Eva Yarman, Rosalie Allen, Sally Barncord, Mary Stuller, Mrs. White. middle row: Franni Annett, Sharon Frost, Eileen Mizer, Dixie Rine, Sue Hart, Iane Ellis, Ianet Reiss, Bonnie Clutter, Carol Baker. Katrinka Ketter, Barbara Vail, Nancy McConnel. sifting: Anna Rutkowski, Ruth Stacy, Mary Lou Workman, Susie Hissong, Iudy Marti, Ieff Hart, Iudy Bemiller, Ianice Parker, Kathy Burnpus, Sharon Elliot, Ce Ce Beck, Carol Ann Hill, Carol Antill. Susie Magill, Marilyn Algire, Pam Wolfe, Carol Lauderbaugh. show were made by girls in the under the direction of and miss sharon horn ALBERT, WILLIAM G. ALLEY, RICHARD W. Projection Club, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club. 4: Intliiamural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 3, . ASHCRAFT, LARRY D. Intramural Sports, 3, 4. ATKINSON, ARTHUR Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3. AYERS, RON F. F. A., 1: Choir, 2, 3: Varsity Foot- ball. 2: Reserve Basketball l, Z, 3: Intramural Sports. 4: Track, 2. BAILEY, CARL W. Class Play, 4 - Stage Crew. BAKER, IEAN LOUISE gatgmal Honor Society, 3, 4: F. B. L. BARTLETT, IOHN R. Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, l, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Finance, 3, Entertainment, 4. BARTON, LINDA S. F. B. L. A., 3, 4: F. H. A., 3, 4: Y-Teens. l, Z, 3: Pep Club, 2: Choir, l: Chair- man oi Home Economics Style Show. 3, 4. BECK, SANDRA A. F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, 3: Y- Teens, 1, 2, 3: G. A. A., 1. BEMILLER, RICHARD L. Projection Club, 1, Z, 3: Hi-Y, 1, 2: Marching Band, l, Z, 3: Reserve Foot- ball, 2: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, I. BIGGS, PHYLLIS E. F. H. A., 1, Z. 3. 4 - Showcase Chair- man: F. F. A. Queen, 4. BLACK, MELODEE F. B. L. A., 3, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3: Span- ish Club, 2, 3. BLAIR, CHANCY E. F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4. BLUE, ROBERT M. Hi-Y, l, 2, 3: Pep Club, 4: Intramural Sports, 3. BOLING, IERRY A. Hi-Y, 4: Intramural Sports, 2, 3, 4: Track, 4: Latin Club, 3. BOUTON, HARRY E. Student Council, 2, 4: F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 - Reporter, 2, Vice-President, 3, Pres- ident, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3: Forum Show, 4: Choir, 1: Reserve Football, 1, Z: Intra- mural Sports. 1. 2. 3. 4: Track, l: Sen- ior Class President: Buckeye Boys State, 3: State Farmer Deqree: Elk's Leadership Contest - lst place local, Znd place district: National Honor S0- ciety, 4. BOYD, IANE ELLEN Student Council, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, 3: National Honor Society, 3, 4: lack- et Journal Stalt, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2 - Treasurer, 2: Forum Show, 2, 3, 4 - Attendant, 3, Court. 4: Attendant to Football Queen, 3: G. A. A., 2, 3, 4 - Vice-President, 3. BOYER, IVIARCELLA IUNE Class Play, 4: French Club, 1, Z. BROWN. ANN Y-Teens, 4. BURGGRAF, LINDA LOU Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, 3, 4: Intramural Sports, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A., 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 3. 160 senior activities BUKER, BILL Hi-Y, l, 2: Pep Club. 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band, l, Z, 3: Concert Band, l, 2, 4: Dance Band, l, 2: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3: Track, 4: French Club, 1, 2: P. P. G. Scholarship Finalist, 4. BURKE, RICHARD G. F. F. A., .l, 2, 3, 4 - Sentinel, 2, Treas- urer, 3, Secretary, 4: Intramural Sports, 1, 3, 4: Senior Class Parliamentarian. BYRD, IO ANN Library Stafi, 1, 2: F. T. A., I. 2: F. B. L. A., l: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra. 1, 2: G. A. A., l, 2, 3: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4 - Secre- tary and Treasurer, 4: Science Club. 3. BYRD, RICHARD N. Student Council, 4: Hi-Y, 4: Forum Show, 4: Reserve Football, l: Intra- mural Sports, 3, 4. CAGWIN, NANCY R. Student Council, 1: Scholarship Team, 3: Forum Staff, 4: F. T. A., 3, 4 - Sec- retary, 4: Forum Show, 2, 4: Choir, 3, 4: Intramural Sports, 2: G. A. A., 2: French Club, 3, 4 - Secretary and Treasurer, 3, Secretary, 4: Honor Ban- quet, 3. CARPER, BARBARA I. F. H. A., 4. CARTER. STEPHEN E. Student Council, 3, 4 - Vice President, 3, President, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholarship Team, 1, 2, 3: Forum Editor: Hi-Y. 3: Forum Show, 4: Class Play, 3, 4: French Club, l, Z, 3: Honor Banquet, l, 2, 3, 4: National Merit So- ciety: P. P. G. Scholarship Finalist: Quill and Scroll, 4. CHAMPION, MAURICE V. Scholarship Team, 3: Forum Staff, 4: locket Iournol Staff, 3: Hi-Y, 4: Track, 3: Spanish Club, 4: French Club, 1, Z, 3: Latin Club, 1: Quill and Scroll, 4. CHANDLER, IAMES L. Projection Club, 1, 2, 3 - Reporter, 3: Forum Show, 2-Stage Crew: Class Play, 2, 3, 4 - Stage Crew: All High School Play, 2, 3, 4 - Stage Crew: In- tramural Sports, l. CLARK, CONNIE IO Forum Show, 4. CLAYBORNE, SERITA IEAN CLEMENTS, DONNIE L. Track, 3, 4. CLINE, FRANCES L. F. B. L. A.. l, 2: Y-Teens, l, 2, 3: Forum Show, 4: Scholarship from Na- tionwide Beauty Academy. CLIPPINGER, CONNTE IO F. B. L. A., 3: F. H. A., 3, 4: Choir, 7, 3, 4: G. A. A., 1, 2: Spanish Club, l. CLUTTER, ROBERT E. Student Council, 2: Jacket Journal Staff, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 - Serqeant at Arms, 3. President, 4: Class Play, 3: All School Play, 3: Varsity Football, 4: Varsity Basketball, 2, 3: Varsity Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4: Reserve Basketball, 2: Intra- mural Sports, 4: All C. B. L. Base- ball, 3. COFFING, MARILYN I. Forum Show, 4: Forum Staff, 4: Y- Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 4: Class Play, 3. COLVILLE, SUSAN GRACE Forum Staff, 4: Library Staff, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, 4: F. T. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens, l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, l, 2, 3: Forum Show, 2, 3, 4: Class PlaY, 3: Intramural Sports, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A., 1, 2, 3: French Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. CORNELL, DAVE C. Reserve Football, l. 2. COWLIN, IAIVIES S. Vedette Staff, 4: Hi-Y, 4: Class Play, 3, 4: All School Play, 3, 4: French Club, 3, 4 - Program Committee, 3, 4. CRAWFORD, ROBERT E. Hi-Y. 3, 4: Pep Club, 4: Forum Show, 4: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4. CROUCH, CHARLES F. F. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 - Vice President: Intramural Sports, 4. CURFMAN, IAMES V. Forum Staff, 4: Class Play, 4: Intra- mural Sports, 2, 3, 4. DANIEL, ELIZABETH O. Student Council, 3, 4 - Assembly Chair- man: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholarship Team, 3: jacket journal Staff, 3: Vedette Staff, 3, 4 - Editorial Board: French Club. 3, 4: lst district and 5th in state in Handicapped Es- say Contest. DARLING. RON E. Scholarship Team, 2: Hi-Y, 3, 4: French Club. 1, 2, 3. DAVIDSON, FRANK D. Projection Club, 2, 3: Choir, 1, 2: Re- serve Football, l. DAVIS, CAROLE ANNE F. T. A., l, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens, l, Z, 3: Forum Show, Z, 3, 4: Marching Band, 1. 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band, 2, 3. 4: District and State Music gontest: Spanish Club. 1, 2: Science air, 3. DELANEY, NANCY IEAN National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team, 2: Forum Staff, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary, 3: Forum Show, 1, Z, 3, 4: Class Play, 3: Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Sergeant, 3. 4: Con- cert Band, I, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band, l, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2: Quill and Scroll, 4. DELGOUFFRE, GEORGE Jacket Iournal Staff, 4: Hi-Y, l, 2: Pep Club, 4: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3. DEXTER, EILEEN DREW, IRVIN C. Scholarship Team, 1, 3: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer, 4: Class Play, 3: Marching Band, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2: National Honor So- ciety, 4. EARLEY, SHARON ANN F. H. A.. 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer, 3: Y-Teens, 2, 4. ELLIS, VIRGINIA A. F. H. A., l, 2, 3, 4 - Parliamentarian, 2, 4, Vice President, 3: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. Queen, 2. FAWCETT, RONALD O. Student Council, 1: Projection Club, l, 2: Forum Show, 4: Class Play, 3, 4: All School Play, 4: Choir, 1: Track, 2: Senior Class Publicity Committee. FLETCHER, STEVE Projectiorli Club, l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, , FOREMAN, CAROLYN ANN National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team. 3: F. H. A., 3, 4 - Secre- tary, 4: Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 3: Class Play, 3: French Club, 1, 2. FRANZ, IERRY D. FRIBLEY, MIKE Student Council, l, 2: Hi-Y, l, 2, 3, 47 Marching Band, 1: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3: French Club, l, 2. , FROST LARRY A Key Club 3 Marchlng Band 4 Con cert Band 4 Intramural Sports 3 4 FRYE CHARLES H Intramural Sports l FBYE SHARON L Scholarshtp Team 3 Latin Club FULMER LOUISE ARLENE GANTT IERRY E Student Councxl 4 Intramural Sports GARDNER MARY F Marchmg Band l 2 3 4 Concert Band 1 Z 3 4 Orchestra Z GARRUS IAMES T H1Y l 4 Pep Club 4 Reserve Foot ball 1 Tenms l French Club 2 3 Sclence Fa1r Superlor In Dlstnct and State I Excellent m Drstrrct 2 GARVERICK DIANNE PATRICIA Forum Staff 3 Jacket Journal Statt F Publlcrty Charrman 2 3 4 Forum Show 2 4 French Club 2 3 GEORGE IAMES W Pro ectron Club l Z 3 4 HLY Z 3 4 Vtce Presxdent 4 Pep Club 3 4 Varsity Football 2 3 4 Reserve Football l 2 3 Intramural Sports 3 Tack 2 3 4 Manager 4 Spamsh Club l 2 Natlonal Athlettc SOCIETY 4 GEORGE IANET S Natronal Honor Soc1ety 4 Jacket four Statt 4 F B L 3 4 Presx dent 4 YTeens l 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 Forum Show 3 4 Forum Queens Court 3 4 Football Queen 4 Intramural Sports l G l 2 3 4 Semor Ca Secretary Quxll and Scroll 4 GERRARD DALE M Scholarshlp Team I F F A l Track GILBERT DARRELL M Student Councll 4 Forum Staff 2 3 4 Jacket Iournal Staff 2 3 4 I-I1Y 2 3 Marchxng Band 1 2 4 Concert Band l 4 Varslty Baseball 2 3 In tramural Sports l 2 3 4 Second n Photography Iournalrsrn Contest 4 GITHENSI TOM A GOOSSENS FREDERICK E Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Tenms GOULDING DONALD Key Club 3 at St Vrncent Varslty Football l Z Varslty Baseball Reserve Basketball 1 2 T ck I 2 Intramural Sports 3 GRAF IUDITH CAROLINE Student Councll 4 YTeens l 2 Cholr l GRAHAM DAVE A Prolectton Club 1 4 Vlce re :dent 4 GRAHAM IO ANN Forum Stott 4 F A Teens 3 4 Forum Show 4 French Club 3 Socxal Chairman Buckeye Grrls State 3 Qulll and Scroll 4 GRIESMYER CAROLL ANNE Forum Staff 4 YTeens 1 2 3 P p Cub 2 3 4 Forum Show 2 3 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 G A A l 2 3 4 French Club l 2 Latm Club 3 Qurll and Scroll 4 GRIFFITH GEORGE R Track 1 GUINTHER SANDRA KAY Student Councll 4 Lost and Found Charrman l'ac1cetIournalStaft 4 Y T ens l 2 3 4 VICE President 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 .Forum Show 1 2 3 4 Court 4 Marchmg Band 1 3 4 Corporal 4 Concert Band l A 2 3 4 Secretar 3 Iuntor Class Treasurer GUNIA ROBERT Student Council l 2 Protectron Club L A 4 Pep Clu Forum Show 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4 All School Play 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Stage Crew HACHAT CHARLES Class Play 4 HALL PATRICIA IOYCE YTeens 1 HAMILTON PAMELA IUNE Student Council Z 3 4 Head Mont tor 3 Treasurer 4 National Honor Soc1ety 3 4 Scholarshrp Team 2 Iacket Journal Staff 4 Forum Queen 4 Attendant 3 Football Attendant 3 A A 1 2 3 4 Vlce Prestden 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Semor Wrll Com lnlttee Chairman Qulll and Scroll 4 HARDING SHARON KAY T 4 YTeens 2 3 4 Marching Band 2 Band Z HARDING Student Y Teens Play 3 HARRIS ANNE E H A ns 3 4 Club 2 3 Forum Show 2 HARRIS IOHN A III Student Councrl l 3 4 Communrty Servxce Charrman 4 Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 4 laclret journal Start 4 H1Y 3 4 Forum Show 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Varsrty Football 2 3 In tramural Sports 2 3 4 Tr k l 2 Iunror Class President Prophecy Chalr man Qurll and Scroll 4 HART DIANNA SUE 1raryStatt 1 Z F H A 3 4 Sergeant 4 Concert SHARON S Counctl 2 Forum Staff 3 1 2 3 Forum Show 3 Class Chotr 1 Spamsh Club 2 Club 1 Z G A A 3 French Club 3 4 Chazrman ot the Home Econom1cs Style Show 4 HATFIELD LINDA S H A 3 Choxr HEAGREN DONALD W Student Councll 1 4 H Y Pep Club 4 Forum Show Clas Play 3 Marchlng Band 1 Concert 3 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 2 Semor Ca Vxce Presldent HELLWIG SALLY IANE Student Council 4 Natronal Honor So cxey 4 Forum Staff 4 F T A 3 Presrdent 4 YTeens 2 3 Servrce Commtttee Charrman 3 4 Class Play 3 All School Play 3 4 IFIIrIeInchI Club 3 YTeens Delegate to I-IELSER ALLAN E Forum Staff 3 4 Jacket Journal Staff 3 4 H1Y Z 3 Marchmg Band l 2 3 4 Concert Band l 2 3 4 In a mural Sports 3 4 HEMPFIELD RONALD Projectzon Club 1 Intramural Sports 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L1h 1 . 1 . : 1 T. A.. 2, ' I 5 1 II - 1 1 1 I GI 31 : - 1 . 1 : 1 1 3. ' I , 5 ' ' - 1 , . 1 1 I . . 1 1 : I 1 1 1 : I , 5 ' I 5 1 1 II 1 1 I . 3. 4: .I . ., . , 5 lub, I 1 - 1 I 1 1 1 - . :I 1 : . 1 I ' 1 - I ' I I ' . ' ' ' 1 . I ' . I ' 1 . 1 I 1 5 1 I 1' 1 1 1 . . I I ' - I . 1 1 : . 1 ' : ' 1 ' I ' ' ' I ' 1 1 1 e 1 1 1 1 - 1 7 ' ' 7 - - I I I I I I I L. .1 2, F. H. A.. 31 - ur r, 45 I I 1 - . : 1 . 21 ' ' ' ' ' ' 2, 3. 4: G. A. ., . . - y. ' ' F, , A., 5 . I I I I U 7 - 1 - h 1 : . : . . .1 . LATHAM, ROSILYN ANN Student Council, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Scholarship Team, 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum Statt, 4: Y-Teens, l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 2. 3, 4 - Treasurer, 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play. 3. 4: Marching Band, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A., 1, 2. 3, 4 - Secretary, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4. LITTLE, DOUGLAS M. Student Council, 4: Vedette Staff, 4: F. T. A., 4: National Honor Society, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 4: Pep Club, 4: Forum Show, 4: Marching Band, 1, Z, 3, 4: Concert Band, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2. LOCKHART, RONALD D. Forum Staff, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 3, 4: Forum Show, 4: Marching Band, 1: Varsity Football, 3, 4: Reserve Foot- ball, 2: lntramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, 1, 2: Spanish Club, 1, 2. LORD, T. HENRIETTA Iacket Iournal Staff, 4: F. T. A., 1, Z, 3: Y-Teens, 1, Z, 3: Class Play, 3: All School Play, 3: Marching Band, l. 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 3, 4: G. A. A., 1: Spanish Club, 1, 2: Medical Auxiliary Essay Contest - 3rd prize locally: Hou- orable Mention in state, 3. MADIAS, TERESA ANN Y-Teens, 1: Pep Club, 1: Marching Band, Z, 3, 4: Concert Band, 3, 4. MAGERS, IERRY L. MAIER, TRUDY D. Student Council, 1, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A., 1: Y-Teens, 2, 3: Forum Show, 3, 4: Orchestra, l: Choir, Z, 3: Intramural Sports, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2. MARCHAL, GLENN R. Scholarship Team. 3: National Honor Society, 4: Forum Staff, 4: F. T. A., 3, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4: Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play. 3: Marching Band, 1. 2, 3. 4: Orchestra. 2: Intramural Sports, 1, 3: French Club, 3: Iunior Class Vice President: Prom Committee Chair- man, 4. MARSHALL, NEAL F. Forum Staff, 4: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club. 3, 4: Marching Band, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, 3: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 1, Z. MAYHEW, FREDERICK E. Iacket lournal Staff. 4: Hi-Y, 4: Pep Club, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball, 3: In- tramural Sports, 3, 4: Golf, 3, 4: French Club, 2, 3, 4. MCCALLA, BARBARA E. F. T. A., 4: Y-Teens, 1: Pep Club, 3: Forum Show, 4: All School Play, 2: Orchestra, 1, Z, 3 - Secretary-Treasurer, 2: Choir, 4: French Club. 3: Superior Rating in District and in State Music Contest, 2. MCCONNELL, DONALD G. National Honor Society. 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team, 1, 2: Class Play, 3, 4: All School Play, 4: French Club, 1, Z: Placed Eighth in Knox County in Ohio General Scholarship Test, 4: Repre- sentative to Buckeye Boys' State, 3. MCCONNELL, I. RICHARD Student Council, 4: F. T. A., 4: Class Play, 3, 4: All School Play, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2: Play Committee Chairman, 4. McDOWELL, SHARON E. F. T. A., 3, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band, Z, 3. 4: Concert Band, 2, 3, 4: Choir, 1: Spanish Club, 1, Z. MCFADDEN, CHARLOTTE A. National Honor Society, 4: faclcet Iour- nal Statt, 4 - Editor: Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4: French Club. 2, 3, 4: Third P14109 in Writing Competition at IAOS Conven- tion: Quill and Scroll, 4. MCKINLEY, ELAINE R. F. T. A., 1: Y-Teens, l, 2. 3: Pep Club. 1: Forum Show, 1. 27 A11 School PIUY. 3: Marching Band. 1, 2: Concert Band. 1, Z, 3: Choir, l, 4: French Club, 2, 3: Latin Club, l. 162 MCKINSTRY, LUANNA I. Y-Teens, 1. 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4: All School Play, 3. MCMAHON, FRANCES KAY Student Council, 4: F. T. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens. 1. 2. 3: Pep Club, 1, 2, 3: Forum Show, 3, 4: Choir, l, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A., 2, 3, 4. MELANY, MARY ANN F. H. A., 1: Choir, l, 3, 4: Spanish Club, Z, 3. MELLBERG, SUSANNE K. Student Council, 1, 2: Forum Stafi, 4: Y-Teens, 1, Z: Pep Club, 2: Forum Show, l, 2, 3, 4: Choir, 1, Z, 3, 4 - Vice President, 4: Intramural Sports, 3, 4: G. A. A., Z, 3, 4. MICKLE, PAULA SUE Student Council, Z: National Honor So- ciety, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Music and Worship Chairman: Pep Club, 4: Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play, 3, 4: All School Play, 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 - President, 4: G. A. A., 1, 2: Latin Club, 4: Senior Class Treasurer. MILLIGAN, RAYMOND L. Hi-Y, 4: Varsity Football, 3, 4: Reserve Football, 1, Z: Track, 2, 3, 4: Physical Training, 2, 3: National Athletic So- ciety, 4. MINTIER, ION FISHBURN Hi-Y, l, 4: Key Club, 2: Class Play, 3: All School Play. 3: Intramural Sports, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 3, 4 - Vice Presi- dent, 4: French Club, 2: Co-Chairman of Senior Prom Committee. MONDRON, IUDITH ELLEN Student Council, 1, Z, 3: F. T. A., l, 2, 3: F. H. A., Z: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club, 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, l: Class Play, 3: Choir, 2: G. A. A., 2, 3: Latin Club, 3: Courtesy Award, 1. MONDRON. PETER I. National Honor Society, 3, 4: Scholar- ship Team, 1, 2, 3, 4: P. P. G. Schol- arship Winner: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf, 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 1, 2: Placed Tenth in State in Chem- istry Scholarship Test, 3: Placed First in Knox County in Ohio General Schol- arship Test: National Athletic Society. 4. MOSLEY. LEONARD Iacket Journal Staff, 4: Forum Show, 3, 4: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Track, Z, 3. 4: Physical Fitness Con- test Winner, 1. Z. 3. MOUER, WILLIAM R. Forum Show, 4: Marching Band. 3, 4: Concert Band, 3, 4: Golf, 4: French Club, 3, 4: At Amherst - Marching Band, 1, 2: Concert Band, 1, Z: Golf, 1. 2: Spanish Club. 1, 2: Superior rat- ings at state music contest tor Ohio High Schools, Z. 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4. MOWERY. ROBERT G. Pep Club, 4: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4: Track, 2, 3, 4. MOXLEY. POLLY M. F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, 4 - Historian. 4: Y- Teens, Z: Choir, 1: Cheerleader. 1. MUMAW. RONALD N. Varsity Football, 2: Reserve Football, 1: Intramural Sports, 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club, 1, 2. MYERS, WILMA ROSAN Y-Teens, 4: Pep Club, 1: Orchestra, 3: Choir, 4: Intramural Sports. 1: G. A. A.. NEIBARGER, ALICE S. NEIBARGER, IOHN THOMAS Projection Club, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary and Treasurer, 3, President, 4: French Club, 1. NEWTON. NANCY F. H. A., 4. O'BRlEN, IRENE E. F. T. A., 4: Latin Club, 3. OMLOR, DANIEL Student Council, 2: Forum Show, 3, 4: Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4 - Varsity letter: Varsity Basketball, 2 - Varsity letter: Varsity Baseball, 2, 3 - Varsity letter: Reserve Football, 1: Reserve Basketball, l - Reserve letter: Intra- mural Sports, 4: Track, l. OUTCALT, IOSEPH KARL Student Council, 2: Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4: Forum Show, 4: Class Play. 3: Reserve Base- ball, 2: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Golt, 1, 2: Spanish Club, 1, 2. PAISLEY, IANET MARIE F. B. L. A., 3, 4 - Secretary, 4: F. H. A.. 1, 2, 3, 4 - Historian, 3, Reporter, 4: Y-Teens, 1: Intramural Sports, 2: NOBA Arithmetic, 3, 4. PARRY, VINCENT Intramural Sports, 4: Track, 4. At Utica, Marching Band, 1, 2, 3: Concert Band. 1, 2, 3: Dance Band, 1, 2, 3: Varsity Baseball, Pep Band, 1, 2, 3: 3: Intramural Sports, 2: Golf, 3: Track, at Utica Science 3: Superior rating Fair, Superior rating in Licking County, and excellent rating in Central District Science Fair: National Athletic So- ' ciety, 4. PAYNE. VICTOR LEROY Projection Club, 3, 4 - Treasurer, 4. PIAZZE, MARIA SANDERS Student Council, 3, 4: Forum Staff, 4: Y-Teens. 1, Z, 3, 4 - Social Chairman, 3, 4: Pep Club, 4: Forum Show, l, 2, 3. 4 - Court, 3, Attendant, 4: Intramur- al Sports, 2, 3, 4: Majorette, 1, 2, 3, 4. PIERSON, RONALD E. Hi-Y, 1, Z. 3. 4 - Chaplain. 3, Secretary, 4: Intramural Sports, 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 4 - Vice President: Senior Class Will Committee: Forum Show, 4. PORTERFIELD. STEVE Scholarship Team, l: Hi-Y, 4: Intra- mural Sports, 2, 3, 4. PUMPHREY, NANCY LEE Student Council, 1 - Historian: National Honor Society, 4: Y-Teens, 1, Z, 3, 4: Forum Show, 1, 4: Class Play, 3: Orch- estra, 1, 2: French Club, 2, 3, 4 - Sec- retary, 3, 4: Co-Chairman of Play Ticket Committee. PURSEL, CARL R. F. F. A., 1, Concert Band, 1: Dance Band, 1: Varsity Football, 3, 4: Var- sity Basketball, 1: Reserve Football, 2: Reserve Basketball, 1: Reserve Base- ball, 2: Intramural Sports, Z, 3, 4. RARDIN, DAVID E. Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball, 1, 2, 3: Intramural Sports, l, 2, 3, 4: French Club. 1, 2. REESE, LEWIS Hi-Y, 3, 4: Forum Show, l, 2, 3, 4: Marching Band, l, 2, 3, 4 - Master Sergeant, 4: Concert Band, l. 2. 3, 4: glance Band, 1, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra. l, , 3. REISS, PAUL D. F. F. A., l, 2: Key Club. 1. 2, 3: Re- serge 3Bcaseball, 2: Intramural Sports, 1, , . . RHODES, DOUGLASS W. Student Council, Z, 3, 4: Projection Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary and Treas- urer, 2, President, 3: Forum Show, 1, 2, 3, 4 - Stage Crew, 1, Assistant Stage Manager, 2, Stage Manager, 3, 4: Class Play, 3, 4 - Stage Manager: All School Play, 1, 2, 3. 4 - Stage Crew, 1, 2. Stage Manager, 3, 4: Spanish Club, l. RICE, CONSTANCE A. Forum Statt. 4: Vedette Staii, 4: Y- Teens, 1: Pep Club, 3, 4: Forum Queen's Court, 3, 4: Choir. 1: French Club, 1, 2 - Secretary, l: Cheerleader. 3, 4: Chairman ot Senior After Prom Committee: Quill and Scroll, 4. RINE, NANCY VIRGINIA Forum Staff, 4: Library Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4: F. T. 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Steffan, Sr., O.D. B. B. Sturtevant, D.D.S. R. A. Tarr, D.D.S. Charles B. Tramont, MD. Perry lVI. Trinkner, D.D.S. I. Maurice Wareham, O.D -...vk "Tbe car would rzm if it had zz Cooper-Bessemer engine." C ooper-Bessemer engines, of course, are much too large to put under the hood of an automobile. They do, however, offer continuous performance under all types of rugged conditions. And so do all of the other products manufactured by Cooper-Bessemer and its subsidiaries. Ask any of the students at Mount Vernon High School who are the sons or daughters of Cooper-Bessemer employees. They'll tell you that their fathers help to build some of the finest engines, compressors, gas turbines and automatic controls in the world. 2 all Y' 66 Sound C W itizen Service M A Asha Public Affairs program WMVO presented the Mount Vernon High School Board of Education the first Sunday of each month at 12:30 on VIEWPOINT. This informative half-hour program was under the gui dance of and moderated by Superintendent Pickens. Principal Wiggins and Board of Education President XVard participated in the program. WMVO MOTHER OF THE YEAR 1962 Mrs. Edwin Daniel's son, Tom, wrote the winning entry. 1961 Mrs. Ralph Harris' daugh- ter, Mollie, wrote the win- ning entry. CHERRY PIE CONTEST George Washington's birth- day was celebrated with a cherry pie contest on WMVO - over 1300 listeners en- tered. A DJ popularity con- test was held - Carl Day won - Bill Victor and Dave Nelson demanded a recount! Hot cherry pies were delivered every half- hour to lucky winners , throughout the broadcast ' day. .-. - 6 TEEN TIME, a WMVO service to Carter and Darrell Gilbert were DJ's latest hit records, dedications, mystery with Sally Tanner, Tom Wilson, and youth, was presented 10:50 - 12 noon Saturdays. Steve for the first thirty minutes.. TEEN TIME featured the tunes. and guest DJ interviews. NEWS AND VIEWS. 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Gambier St. EX 2-5811 BARNCORD SHOE REPAIR PUBLIC SQUARE MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Zelkowitz and Barry Charles M. Zelkowitz Fred Barry, Jr. James J. Cullers Thomas D. Badger Vicki has good reason to be smiling. She has the latest in timepieces from Dayis Jewelry "No present like the time." -5 ' "A nevw 1 2 : .. ' 'lf " ,,,, A . . 241L 1 ' ' ' W4 1 X9 Lumber ,,1 , S2-,J ..- For Friendly Service, Phone EX 2-1085 C3il1,S Grocery School Supplies and Candy 401 N. Mulberry St. 0 IV e know it's the thought that counts, Cfzroll and Wfencly. But clon't you think 4 smaller hou- tomziere would do? Of course, as long as it's from Williams Flower Shop The Best In Drugstore Service H E C K L E R ' "Prescription Specialists" I REXALL DRUG STORE On the Square "HIKE - TO HECK'S" S Grohe Funeral Home 108 N. Main St. Phone EX 2-4956 AMBULANCE SERVICE B 81 L Auto Supply 217 West Hrgh Street Mount Vernon, Ohno The Bmde s Shoppe Complete Weddlng Servlces Cocktad Dresses Formals 605 S McKenz1e Street Across from Memorial Park EX 5 4891 MCIQIDICYUS Market GIOCCIICS Prov1s1ons Dairy Products Pho e EX 2 1861 107 N D1 xso St Mo t Vernon Ohio HIGH RESTAURANT EX 3 2991 1 W Hlgh MAGERS SHOE STORE Quahty Footwear Mount Vernon Ohlo We cover the Clty and 1ts suburbs weekly Garbage and trash collec non our spec1a1ty Clty Dlsposal Servlce WISE JEWELERS Watches Dlamonds Sterhng S11ver Qualzig and Honesty Foremost South of Pe eys 2 6048 tus: - - . ' St. ' 9 0 , ' ' 0 4 . . ' Ofhce - 2 E. Gambier St. n - H ' I il .. . 'v'i n . - un , ' nn ' EX - KAHRL Sc COMPANY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REALTORS 7 Wes Mount Vernon, Ohio t Vine Street EX 2-4766 Ia PENNE 182 FOSTER? PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY . ' or is t eir cr and it V 1 V y If y will be yours too, when you shop at I MARKET W 0 R L E Y S MIZCP s Meat Market Fashrons for Men and Boys We Deliver an QUALITY MEATS AND that speczal gzft or that OVEN DRESSED POULTRY speczal someone 104ND ISO S Da1EX21946 THE MOUNT VERNON AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S ASSOCIATION K1HCa1d Bulck C0 Cochran Motors Dusty Rhodes Chevrolet Inc N1gg1es Pont1ac Co Bebout Motors Metcalf Motors Roger P Servals GMC Trucks HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED AUTO DEALERS TO SERVE YOU BETTER CITY LAUNDRY Turner Insurance AND CLEANERS A ency YOUR FABRIC CARE B1 0 t t Ve o O o SPECIALISTS EX 5 9746 9 ' 7 d . iv'i n t. i - , . Harris Oldsmobile-Cadillac, Inc. 25 em n Ave. Moun rn n, hi Phone -' 183 4 The Cozy Restaurant l"u 103 West High Street Buckeye Candy Co. Distributors of johnston's Chocolates B1-ach's Candies Mount Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon Sporting Goods Yours in Sports George Mullet, Jr., Mgr. 15 West High Street EX 3-5876 In Mount Vernon It's Thompsonis Pastry Shop 701 West High Street Wedding and Birthday Cakes Our Specialty HUMBERT'S GROCERY O 405 Coshocton Ave. Riley Builders Supply Masonry - Plaster - Hardware Manufacturers of LEDYARD BURIAL VAULTS 409 W. Gambier St. DALRYMPLE ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPLETE LINE OF WIRING G. E. AND WESTINGHOUSE MOTORS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL FIXTURES Columbus Road, R.D.:fq':5 EX 2-4831 imlillstunz ilumhzr ard Newark Road Mount Vernon, Ohio 7' YOUR , ' LUMBER FRA N K NUMBER 'A JOH N EX 5-8045 Connie ami Ronnie agree for school supplies ifs GELSANLITERS' The Sojzhomores say, :mal the whole scbool agrees, "Let's Have A vw 6 PHOTO BY KA N Weyerhaeuser Company P. O. Box 151--Granville Road, Mount Vernon, Ohio NORTH FARRIS MARKET Funeral Home 908 South Mam Street Phone EX 2 6821 WE WELCOME 3 TYPES OF ACCOUNTS LARGE and MEDIUM and sMALL THE KNOX COUNTY SAVINGS BANK Mount Vernon Oh1o b Fde Memb FDIC The Donut Hole 21 P blc Sq Donuts and Lunches AFTER SCHOOL ITS THE DONUT HOLE EX 7 1593 Ald Investment and DISCOIIDL 11WstOh Ae EX35881 . 7 Mem er e ral Reserve er . . . . I u i uare O 3 e io v . - ffij tl 0 COLLEGE-BOUND SENIORS . . HAVE THE M UNT ERNON NEWS MAILED TO YOU AT SCHOOL! It costs so little to keep informed about your former classmates, high school athletics and friends back home. 6-MONTH RATES: Knox and Adjoining Counties .......................... ..... S 5.00 Elsewhere in Ohio .......................................... .,.,. S5 6.00 Outside Ohio, in U. S. ......, ...., S 8.00 Mail your check and school address to: Circulation Dept., Mount Vernon News, Mount Vernon, Ohio. You can have your paper stopped during vacations by advance notice. 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Sandusky Street Mount Vernon, Ohio If Sue, Margie, Carol, Suzanne, Cris, and Jackie go to Blamlk - Everyone Should! 188 CcGood Feeling Goes With Square Dealingv Vw Mount Vernon Farmers Exchange Co B r o W I1 e Oil Compan Cities Service Petroleum Products MOUNT VERNON OHIO Ctttzens Portmzts and Przces to Please F ULMEIYS FOTO BUILDING LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 6 8 10 East Vme Street W'here Safety Dwell.: 107 E Ohio Ave Mount Vernon Ohio ALL TYPES OF PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAITS ALBUMS THANK YOU NOTES Please make appointments Phone EX 5 1861 Mount Vernon Ohm Member Professional Photographers of Ohto LOOKING AHEAD Today as never before there IS a greater interest on the part of Amertcans in what the future holds and how our natlon IS prepared to meet the demands and chal lenges ahead Electrlc power will grow with the future and contribute greatly to xt T assure the effective role of electrlctty in servmg the needs of the nation the elec trxc companies wnll conttnue to need capable and well educated young people to meet the challenge of tomorrow I L' I OHIO POWER COMPANY Y-J Q1 0 9 . . 0 I . . 9 . 9 ff u . 7 , . , . 0 , . 1 Q , - -W mvesmp . umm: :-new Umm.. .unless umm-c A r-: P -sw-. ws,-E., S I '27 se: fd ,4 , 5 21. - wr--X-A L E X ,, nw 1 SQXN umm A l l V X lbum N Ollllielr Again familiar and reassuring slogan AMru1m...because it has appeared in usands of the counfry's finest year- ks for the pas! half century. AssumNc...becnuse those years of cialized experience bring complete v'ce outstanding quality and de en b whom we work. x , - dable delivery to the yearbook stalk + HN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVINC CO. 817 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago 7, Illinois an ,r ll al l l ' Q IVbere's the band 0015120 in such a bmw? I 0 6 guess tbey beard about the brzrgairzs at T 0 N Y ' S MUSIC CENTER MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT Bob Cfufzfer Knlirzs Darkly-O2 is wise fo .wwe for bis dazzgbtefs ?t!:'f7l?'6' Celia: Baby-Dollj at THE FIRST-KNOX NATIONAL BANK MOUNT VERNON FREDERICKTOWN CENTERBURG DANVil.lE M EM B If R iyl: P H019 Q lllllllm I? ' llllllilllllllnni, "-52. E .9 ea- A- Q- 4'47ERlGVX Q Official Pbotogmpbers for F O R U M Guy Lipps 102 West Gambier Street Don Garverick 31 East Gambier Street MEMBER IONAL PRQFESS OHIO A X PHOTOGRQPHERS Ass u. Our Statement of Policy: To sell the kind of product that won't come back - to customers who will. In short - "a satisfied customer." Brochures 0 Catalogues 0 Publications Office Forms 0 Personal and Business Stationery QPr1nted and Engraved? The Manufacturing Printers Company 18 20 N Main Street Mount Vernon Ohio l 0 0 Wedding Announcements and Invitations 4 It's Always A delite 150 ed! tl! the Dari Delite Ayers and McDe'vit Turner, Burris, and Wolf Armstrong and White Company American Legion Auxiliary Unit 156 Turner and Blair Phil Manger Judge Jay S. McDevitt John D. Beam H. M. Wfiggins, Principal Giffin and Biggs Harry Bennington, Mayor Community Market Loney's Sohio Station Hedrick Market Vashinderiv Heating and Roofing Lemasters Agnew Advertising Company Jet Quality Cleaners Bascomh's Garage Everett Nationwide Insurance The Watch Shop Commins Electric Heraldis TV 6' Radio Service Zolmanis Farm Fresh Meats Sealtest IVilliam Mosholder Congratulations to the Class of 1962 Adams Carola 44 64 72 73 85 88 134 140 Adams John 62 152 Adams Vrckr 146 Albert B111 Albert Drana 152 Alberts Wrlma 152 Alexander Bruce 34 146 Alexander Charles 146 Alexander Kathryn A 82 Alqrre Marrlyn 152 159 Allen Leslre 152 Allen Rosalre 7 82 91 Alley D1ck 79 110 Alley Sandra 152 Allman Susan 44 71 79 146 Anders Ronald B2 134 Anderson Bonnre 82 134 Anderson Helen 73 131 133 146 Anderson Julra 152 Annett Carolyn Sue 146 Annett I-'ranc1sE1leen 146 159 Annett Joyce Elarne Annett Paul Annett Ronnre R 82 134 Ansel Trent 52 60 74 152 Antrl Forrest Antrll Carol Ann 146 159 Antrll Gordon Vrctor 66 146 Anton Cocona 82 127 134 131 33 Blarr Blarr Blarr Blarr Blazr Blarr Blarr Index Barton 52 56 152 Chancey 74 111 Davrd Drana Glen Ianrce I1-1dY Blankenslup Blue Bob Blue Bonme Blue James Bolmg Jerry 74 78 134 1 82 134 152 158 Bonme 152 66 79 111 64 82 84 89 90 116 134 60 66 111 Bolrng Trudy 152 Bollrnger James 67 79 146 Bollrnger John 64 65 67 79 134 Bonar Edward 146 Chester Doug 66 152 Chrrstopher Charles 59 134 Clapham Gary 52 62 152 Clark Joyce 152 Clark Chrrstrne 25 79 81 84 88 Clark Connre 112 158 Clark Jom 13 146 Clayborne Loretta 82 Claybourne Serrta 112 Claybourne Wrlllam 152 Clements Don Clxne Charles Clme Devln Clrne Frances Clrne Rrchard Clme Roger 58 66 152 69 112 Arqurlla Arqurlla Arqurlla Ashcraft Atherton Atkinson Atkrnson Auker C Iu re Nancy 152 Sandra 152 Larry 110 Kathleen 134 158 Bo 34 Joanne 146 arol 84 B9 152 Austrn Bo 50 Ayers Ron Barley Car 110 Barley Ernest 152 Baker Betty 152 Baker Carol 152 159 Baker Gene 0 Baker Jean 45 68 110 Baker Wrllram 52 152 Bone Susan 23 44 64 65 79 Bl 91 Bonsell Nancy Booker Joe Booth Sandra 134 Booth Jerry 82 134 Borrng Lmda 69 111 Bostrc Bob 82 134 Bostrc Lmda Boucher Drana 82 91 134 158 Boucher Sandy 91 146 Bouton Harry 31 32 45 74 lll 116 124 Bowden Bob 68 82 134 Bower Betty 134 Bowles Mayor Bowman Barbara 74 131 Boyd Jane 17 24 45 65 95 Boyd Kay 79 146 Boyer Marcella 111 Boyer Shrrley 152 158 Boyle Carolyn 79 82 134 Boyum Barbara 64 79 134 Bracey Bob 59 67 134 Brady Patrrcta 46 73 152 Breece Mary 68 146 Brenneman B111 67 79 84 146 Brrcker Roger Brrqgs Greg 44 74 Brrscoe Davrd Brokaw Larry 78 152 Brooks Joe Neal Brooks June 64 81 82 84 88 Clutter Clutter Clutter Clutter Clrpprnger Connre 91 o 51 53 58 66 95 Bonme 79 91 131 146 59 Jerrell John 66 152 Baldwrn Gene Vrctor 74 146 Ball Rebecca 13 27 79 146 Ballam Fred 84 151 Bancroft Margaret 79 146 Baney Sharon 82 134 Barber Terry B7 Bamcord Sally 79 82 134 Barnes Dan 52 152 Bartels Leslre 44 64 79 82 134 Bartlett Jack 44 60 85 86 110 133 Barton Barbara 146 Barton Lm a 68 110 158 Barton Peggy 84 88 152 158 Barton Srdney 44 55 58 67 146 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brunne Cathy 152 Judy 152 Karen 152 Karen 79 82 84 Margaret 146 Saundra r Sandy 79 152 Bryan Davld 51 146 Bryan Mrke 152 Buckham B111 25 54 58 64 67 134 Buker B111 Buker Jeanne 64 85 B8 l Bateman Stephana 84 89 147 Bates Gary 74 152 Baube Janrce 116 134 Baughman Margaret B8 152 Beach Ellen 25 70 79 134 Beach Robert 88 138 Beach Steve 54 67 79 134 Beam John 67 73 78 84 86 88 90 146 Beatty Marrlyn 68 Beaver Karen 152 158 Beck CeCe 72 79 81 146 159 Beck Sandy 110 158 Beck Thomas 146 Becker Nancy 152 Beckett Rodney 32 52 56 60 88 152 Beckholt Chester Lee 74 146 Beckley Sue 84 79 82 91 133 194 Beeman Jrrn 74 Beeman Thomas 146 Beever John 85 89 Beever V1rq1n1a 82 134 Bemrller Judy 152 159 Bemrller Rrchard 61 110 Bennett Lrllran Berger Gary 82 134 Bevrngton Jrm 74 146 Brckle Robert 146 Brckle Sharon 68 146 Brggs Gene 74 78 134 Brggs Phyllrs 75 lll 158 Brllman Emerson 82 134 Brllman Rlchard Byrd Steve 52 152 Black Karolyn Kandrce Black Lee 152 Black Melodee 68 111 Bumpus Davrd 67 146 Bumpus Kathy 152 159 Burch Nancy 146 Burggraf Darlene 44 79 81 46 Burggraf Lmda 80 81 111 Burke Drck 64 74 75 lll Burke Patrrcra 152 158 Busenburg Davld 52 56 152 Busklrk Lmda 156 Butler Lmda 85 132 134 Butler Lucllle 13 146 Butler Rose 5 Byrd JoAnn 47 111 Byrd Drck 19 36 66 111 Byrd Steve Caqwrn Nancy 44 73 91 93 Calhoun Garson 82 130 Calkms Nancy 68 146 Callrhan Tom 44 85 89 152 Camlllo Davrd Carrk Wrlma 82 134 Carpenter Cheryl Carpenter Erleen 152 Carpenter Gary 1 2 Carpenter Ronald 74 B2 130 134 6 Carper Barbara 111 159 Carson Karen 153 158 Carter Russell 74 112 Carter Steve 15 l'7 22 64 65 112 128 131 Chaliant Cheryl Champron Maurrce 43 66 92 112 124 Chancellor Cratg 60 129 146 Chandler James 78 112 Chandler Leroy 82 134 Cherney Sam 78 152 Clutter Larry 134 Clyde Dan 44 116 134 Cochran Drana 44 82 134 Cochran Karen 79 146 Coe Janet 79 146 Coe Larry 74 75 146 Coe Ronald 50 60 66 146 Coffreld Dave 50 58 134 Cofirng Marrlyn 70 93 112 Cotlrng Mark 153 Colgzn Edrth 73 153 Colgrn Lmda 68 82 134 Collrns James 44 146 Columber Crndy 153 Colvrlle Mary 73 153 Colvrlle Susan 72 73 80 113 Colwrll Aprrl 153 Colwrll Wrllram G 134 138 Commrns Gary 67 79 146 Conant Ken 154 Conner Denms 153 Cooksey Lmda 64 71 79 146 Cornell Dave 36 113 Cornell Tom 60 67 79 134 Cotton Lmda 85 89 153 Courson Frank 52 153 Cowlrn James 15 27 66 113 131 Crago James 74 134 Crarg Barb 46 84 153 Craw Jane 44 153 Crawford Bob 23 61 66 Crrder Phrl 24 Crrst Larry 84 89 153 Crouch Charles 74 113 Crurnbaker Mary 146 Crumm Bob 85 153 Cunnmqham Ronald 153 Curiman Ellen 153 Curiman Imr 92 113 Curtrs John 74 75 Cutler Lynda 68 82 134 Cutler Roger 85 153 Darley Barb Darley Barry 52 153 Dave 67 79 85 89 134 Dcnly Darly Fred 82 126 135 Danrel Elrzabeth 31 37 45 64 65 113 Danrels Ronald 153 Darlrnq Ron 44 66 113 Daugherty Robert 50 60 146 Dauphrn Jeffrey 66 146 Davrdson Frank Davrs Davrs Davrs Davrs Davrs 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Dickson, Peter - 153. Donaldson, Carolyn - 153. Donaldson, Gary - 52, 153. Donnelly, Susan - 71, 79, 146. Dorsey, Sarah, 79, 146. Doup, Paul - 146. Doup, Sue - 153. Doup, William - 153. Dowds. Steven - 66, 146. Downer, Vicki - 146. Gallagher, Patricia - Galloqly, Ioyce G 44, Gamble. Charles, 153. Gamble, Iudy - 147. Gantt, Ierry - 62, 64, Gardner, Mary - 84, 79, 147. 79, 91, 135. 114. 86, 89. 115. Garrety, Gretchen - 83, 133. 135. Garrus. Iim Q 66, 79, Garverick, Dianne - Garzieri, Greg - 155. Garzieri. Ioe - 66. Gatchell, Brian N 67, 115. 73, 95, 115. 85. 85, BB, 90. 135. Gatchell, Lawrence - 55, 67, 147. Drake, David - 83. 135. Drew, Irvin - 45, 66, 85, 113. Dudgeon, Bruce - 44, 50, 67. 135. Dudqeon, Simon - 74, 153. Dudgeon, Virgil - 82, 135. Dudgeon, Virginia - 73, 91, 135, 140, 159 Dunn, Larry - 153. Durbin, Larry - 74, 153. Durbin, Saundra - 146. Durbin. Terry - 153. Durieux, Donald - 66, 84, 88, 146. Durieux, Gene - 84, 158. Barley, Nancy - 131. 138. Barley, Sharon - 113, 156. Earnest, Connie - 64, 68, 146. Earnest, Danny - 74, 89, 130, Earnest, Sue - 68, 79, 82, 135. 146. Easterday, Martha - 79, 81, 82. 135, 158. Eaton. Richard - 64, 79, 85, 135. Gatchell. Steve - 74, 153. Gault, Larry - 135. George, Connie M 153. George. Greg H 153. George, Ianet - 24, 28, 29, 43, 45, 68, 69. 70, '79, BO, 81, 95, 112, 115. George. Iim - 43, 51, 52. 60, 66, 78, 79, 115. George, Larry - 67. 79, 147. Gerard. Linda - 44. 79, 83, 135. Gerrard. Dale - 115. Giehl, Phillip W 67. 79. 147. Gifiin, Iohn - 83, 117, 135. Gilbert, Darrell - 15. 93. 34, 64, 85, 85, 115. Gilbert, Ronald - 74, 85, 153. Gill. Stephen - 153. Gillespie. Arnold - 153. Gilliland, Patrick - 66. 147. Gilmore, Phillip - 74, 135. Githens, Barbara - 147. Githens, Gene - 74, 135. Githens, Sharla - 154. Hayden, Iohn - 154. Hcaqron, Barry - 56, 154. Heagren, Don - 23, 66, 85, 86, 88, 112, 116 129. Heighton, Iulie 7 79, 84, 127, 147. Heintz, Wendy - 44, 154 Hellwiq. Charles - 147 Hellwig, Dale - 55, 147 Hellwiq, Iarnes A 154 Hellwig, Sally - 45. 64, 70, 73, 93, 116. Helser, Allan - 34, 85, 86, 89, 116. Hernpiield, Ron - 61, 117. Hendershott, Connie - 73, 117. Henry, Donna - 147. Henthorn, Camden - 78, 135. Henthom, Helen - 154. Henthorn, Lowell S 78, 135. Henthorn, Warren - 74, 78. 154. Hess, Darlene - 73, 154. Hess, Dolores - 117. Hess, lack - 154. Hicks. Roger - 44, 55, 67, 147. Highman, Christine -- 154. Hill, Carol - 147, 159. Hill, Cheryl - 45, 117. Hill, Roberta - 68, 147. Hiner, Paula - 73, 133, 147. Hissong, Carolyn - 154, 158. Hitchcock. Iohn - 2, 135. Hitchcock, Rebecca - 154. Hour, Carl - 154. Hobbs, Charles - 66, 147. Hobbs, Mike - 10, 67, 135. Hoecker, Carol - 64, 79. 135. Hollifield, Frieda - 154. Holliiield, Ierry - 117. Eben. loe - 147. Eblin, Barbara - 82, 134. Eblin, Terry - 153. Eddy, Roberta - 84, 88, 153. Gleeson, lerry - 75, 153. Goff, Donald - 84, 147. Gooding, Franklin Q 147. Gooding, Richard - 44, 67, 135. Holmes, Leslie -- 15, 28, 27, 64, 65, 70. 73 135. Holt, Edna - 68, 89, 147, 158. Hookway, Hugh - 26, 72, 95, ll7, 122. Edick. lane - 44, 84, 86, 89, 90. 117, 147. Edmister, Iohn - 52, 153. Edmister, Ray - 153. Edwards. Ianice - 88, 147. Elliot. Cecil - 153. Elliot, Gary - 147. Elliot, Sharon - 159. Elliot. Shirley - 158. Ellis, Iane - 153, 159. Ellis. Virginia - 33, 114, 158. Evans, Melinda - 85, 89, 153. Evans, Phyllis - 79, 82, 135. Eveland, Donna - 79, 84, 153. Everhart. Dale - 153. Goodson, Dann - 52, 79. 154. Goossens, Fred - 115. Gordon. Carl - 56, 79, 154. Gordon, Frieda - 154. Gower, Gary - 85. 89. 117, 147. Graft, left - 73, Graff, Iudy - 115. 83, 135. Graham, Dave - 78, 115. Graham, Io Ann - 31, 43, '73, 92, 115. Graham, Linda - 154. Graham. Mike - 52, 56, GU, 154. Grant. Katharine - 158. Graves, David - 154. Graves, Iohn - 154. Hopwood. Lois - 83, 84, 88, 117, 131, 135, 158. Horn, Tamara - 154, 158. Hotchkiss, James - 44, 66, 147. Houbler, Ginny - 3, 9, 24, 69, 79, 81, 95 96, 117. Houten, Dan - 84. Howard. Brenda - 79, 83, 84, 88, 135. HOY, Bruce - 66, 117. Hubbell, Michael M 52, 154. Hughes, Mary - 87, 147, 158. Hulse, Daniel - 52, 154. Humbert, Wesley - 154. Hunnicut, Charles - 83, 135. 88, 95, 115. Ewers, Kathryn - 82, 131, 135, 158. Eyster, Deanna - 84, 89, 153. Factor, Karen - 79, 147. Fair. Iohn - 50, 60. 147. Fairchild, Georgia - 153. Falkenstine, 101-inn S. -- 79, 147. Falkenstine, Robert - 52, 153. Farris, Mary - 91, 147. Fawcett, Hon - 114. Feasel, Gwendolyn - 153. Ferrell, Susan - 147. Ferris. Linda - 147, 159. Fetter, Esther - 68, 79, 85, 116, 135. Fetters, Cynthia - 153. Finne Finne ll, Patricia - 147. ll. Saundra - 68, 83, 135. Fithian, Charles - 67, 79, 135. Fithian, Margaret Claire - 127, 147 Flecknoe, Ronald - 52, 153. Fleming. Terry - 126, 135. Fletcher, Diana - 83, 135. Fletcher, lane - 83, 135. Fletcher, lefirey -- 75, 153. Fletcher, Mary -- 84, 88, 153. Fletcher, Steven - 74, 78, 114. Florer, Robert- 27, 72, 153. Foreman, Carolyn - 45, 114. Foster, Dennis - 54, 58, 67, 78, 135. Fowler, Debra -- 46, 84, 69, 153 Fowler. Iimmy - 74, 147. Fox, Elizabeth - 135. Fox, Dick - 58, 83, 135, 138. Franz, Ierry - 114. Fribley, Mike d 66, 114, 133. Fritz, Karen - 79, 83, 84, 89, 116, 135. Frizzell, Norma - 153. Frost, Larry - 85, 114. Frost, Sharon - 147, 159. Frye, Frye, Charles - 114. Phillip - 153. Frye, Ronita - 153. Frye, Sharon - 114. Frye Sheryl - 147. Frye. Sue - 153. Frye, Tom - Sl, 147. Fuchs. Susan - 147. Fullemarm, Lizbeth - 33, 82, 135. Fulmer, Louise - 114. Fulton, Ieannette - 25. 85, 89. 196 Green, Sandra - 154. Greer, Robert - 154. Griesmyer, Caroll - 30. 43. 93, 115- Grirnm, lane - 71, 84, BS, 117. Grimm, Tracie - 154. Grubaugh, Iudith - 154. Grubb, Terry - 44, 67, 79, 147. Guinther, Sandy - 24, 64, 65, 70, 84, 35, Gump, Barbara S 135. Gunia, Bob - 68, 78. Gustin, Cheryl- 154. Guy, Mary - 73, 85. 88, 154. Hachat, Charles - 115, 130. Haire, David - SS, 147. Haldeman, Iennifer - 154. Hall, Carol - 159. Hall, Charles - 147. Hall, David - 74, 147. Hall. Diane - 147. 151. Hall, lune - 13, 147. Hall, Marjorie - 154. Hall Patricia 4 115. Hamilton, Dan - 155. Hamilton, Marsha - 78, 154. Hamilton. Pamela - 17. 22. 23, 32, 43, 45 64, 65, 79, 80, Bl, 95, 96, 116. Hamilton, Rick - 44, 64, 65, 67, 84, 135. Hampton, Robert - 78, 154. Harbert, David - 62, 154. Hardesty, Phyllis -A 154, 158. Harding, Sharon K. - 73, 85, 86, 89. 116. Harding, Sherry S. - 93, 116, 159. Harmon, Donald - 74, 130, 147. Harmon, Pat - 79, 154. Harper, Deanna - 154. Harris, Anne - 115, 159. Harris, Barbara -- 154, 158. Harris, Iay - 24, 43, 45, 46, 64, 65, 66, 84, 116, 131. Harris Molly - 79, 147. Harris, Pamela - 87. 147. Harris, Patricia - 73, 79, 135. Hart, Barbara - 154, 159. Hart, Susan - 116, 159. Harvey, Ianet - 135. Hatfield, Linda - 91, 116. Hauger, Terry -- 51, 55. 58, 67, 147. Hawkins, Phillip -- 51, 135. Hunter, Gary - 60. 64, 83. 135. Hurlow, Larry - 74, 147. Heise 1, Bonnie - 135. Ierna, Arleen - 155. Imhoft, Beth - 25, 29, 79, 96, 195. Irvine. Wendy M 80, 81, 83. 117. Italiano, Richard - 87, 149. Iackson, Shirley - 79, 83, 136. Jacobi? Ioan - 17, Z3, 29. 64, 70, 80, Bl Iacobsfludy - 17. za. 29. 45. 64. 73. so 81, 117, 132. Iacobs, Kay - 73. 90, 81, 91, 93. 117. Iacobs, Ronald - 54, 57, 67, 136 Iamboski, Thomas - 25. 54. 58.137, 79. 136 Iames, Marilyn - 33, 45, 93, 117, 158. James, Thomas - 61. 67, 147, 151. Ienkins, Kenneth - 154. Iessup. ludith - 154. Iewell, Robert - 78, 136, Iohnson, Iohn - 83, 136. Iohnson, Iudy 4 117. Iohnson, Stanley - 44, 154. Ioris. Steve - 52, 60. 154. Ioslin, Iudy - 68, 147. Kahrl, Iames - 66, 117. Kahrl, Robert- 44, 60, 66, 90, Keller, Thomas - 55, 154. Kelley, Dan - 136. Kelley, Thelma - 147. Kemmer, Larry - 154. Kent, Iudy - 147. Kerin. Barbara - 154. Kerr. Dennis - 118. Kerr, Gayle - 147. Kerr, Larry - 154. Kerr, Martha - 147. Kerr Sharon - 73, 91, 118. 147. Kerri sue - ze. 54. ss. 72, 73, as. es. iss. Ketter, Katrinka - 154, 159. Ketter, Richard - 83, 136. King, Barbara - 68, 147, 159. King, Carolyn - 154. King, Sharon - 147. Kinnard, Dennis - 147. Kinnard, Michael - 79, 147. Kirch, IoAnn - 43, 45. 68, 69, 70. 95, 113- Kirch, Katherine - 68, 79, 83, 136. Kissell, Phillip - 118. Kleiner, Cheryl - 79, 154. Kleiner, Larry - 24, 50, 52, 53, 54, 60. 118. Kline, Steve - 84, 154. Knouft. Ann -- 79, 147. Knox, Bennie - 118. Knox, Ellen -- 71, 73, 84, 89, 147. Knox, Ivena - 118. Knox, Patricia - 83, 136. Kotod. Elizabeth - 83, 136, 140. Kotod, John - 60, 61, 109, 147. Koon, Kenneth - 52, 154. Kotch, Kerry - 154. Kouba. Gene - 85, 136. Kouha, Richard - 154. Kreps, Lisa - 79, 91, 147. Kreutz, Greg - 60, 154, 157. Kuhlmeier, Janis - 154. Kundmiller, Deanna H 73, 118. Kunkle, Harold - 74, 128. Kyle, Joe - 136. Kyle, Larry - 52, 154. Kymer, William - 44, 79, 84. 136. Lamb, Dennis - 147. Lamb, Eleanor - 154. Lamb. Ernest - 86. 147. Lamb, Joetta - 158. Lambert, Jerry - 83, 136. Larnbillotte, Denis - 154. Lane, Donald - 64, 74, 147. Lam-iinq, Randy - 25, 75, 136. Latham, Cary - 78, 154. Latham, Rosilyn - 31, 32, 43, 44, 45, 64 70, 79, 80. 84, 86, 88, 93, 118, 130. Latherns, Fletcher - 136. Lauderbaugh, Carol - 154, 159. Lauderbaugh, Marilyn - 83, 136, 158. Lauderbaugh, Ruth - 86, 147. Laughrey, James - 64, 79, 84, 89, 90, 147. Lawson, Fred - 154. Lawson, Roger - 154. Laymgn, Gerald - 23, 44. 54, 67, 79, 136, 1 5. Leache, Thomas - 86, 148. Lee, George - 50, 55, 148. Leedy, Dale - 136. Legros, Larry - 154. Leighty, Catherine - 154. Lemasters, Gayle - 86, 148. Lepley, Nancy - 86, 148. Lepley, Thomas - 130, 136. Lester, Janice - 136. Lester, Nellie - 148. Lester, Suzanne - 23, 44, 64, 65, 79, 136. Levenson, Charlene - 154. Leverinq, David - 55, 66. Lewis, Nancy - 86, 148, 159. Lewis, Sharon - 68, 84, 136. Litt, James - 154. Little, Douglas - 24, 45, 64. 66, 85, 86, 118. Little, Lydia - 86, 148. Little, Parrish - 50, 56, 154. Lober, Betsy - 154. Lockhart. Gary - 130. 136. Lockhart, James - 154. Lockhart, Ron - 51, 52, 66, 93, 119, 124. Lockhart, Ross - 86, 148. Lockhart, Vivian - 86, 148. Lonsinger, Ernest- 154. Lord, Henrietta - 85, 86, 88. 95, 119, 158. Lorey, Elizabeth - 71, 79, 86, 149. Love, Jacqueline W 44. 85, 154. Lowe, Olivia - 154. Lower, Sharon - 148. Lutz, Kent- 51, 55, 58, 67, 148. Lybarqer, Emily - 79. 154. Lynds, Evelyn - 86. 148. Lyons, Richard -- 56, 154. MacIntosh, Jerry - 64, 155. Mackin, Patricia - 44, 64, 73, 88, 136, 140. Madias, Teresa - 85, 88, 119. Magers. Jerry - 119. Magill, Karen - 79, 155, 159. Magill, Vickie - 85, 89, 155. Maier, Trudi - 64, 119. Mapes, Carol - 84, 132, 136. Marchal, Glenn - 45, 66, 73, 85, 119. Marquart, Barbara - 79, 148. Marshall, Douglas - 66. 84, 148. Marshall, Neal - 66, 84, 93, 119. Marti, Judy - 159. Maslowski, Elizabeth - 79, 155. Matheny, Jack - 155. Mathews, Merla - '70, 79, 84, 91, 136. Matthews, Lawrence - 155. Matthews, Patricia -- 155. Mawer, Shirley - 136. Maxwell, Dick -- 74. 148. May, Bernice - 84, 136. Mayer, Patty - 64, 155. Mayhew, Rick - 59, 66, 94, 119. Mazza, John - 51. 54, 60, 148. McCal1a, Barbara - 73, 91, 119. McCa11a, John - 52, 60, 155. McCa1la, Margaret - 136. McCament, Dean - 84, 136. McCament, Wesley - 86, 148. McCarron, Jack - 155. McClellan, Sharon - 86, 148. McC1enathan, Terry - 155. McCluskey. Richard - 155. McConnell, Don - 26, 27, 31, 44, 45, 119, 130. McConnne ll, Nancy - 84, 88, 155, 159. McConnell, Richard - 119, 130. McCoy, Candi - 86, 148. McCullen, Bill - 128. McCutchen, Kathleen - 84, 85, 117. 136. McDonald, Carol - 119. 1 1 McDonald, G en - 74, 48. McDonald, John - 136. McDonald, Kathleen - 119. McDowell, Marilyn - 79, 133, 136. McDowell, Sharon - 73, 85, 86, 119, 158. McFadden, Charlotte - 33, 43, 45, 94, 118, 119. McFarland, Charles - 74. McGee, Marilyn - 155. McKee, Carol - 85, 88, 155. McKee. Larry - 84, 136. McKee. Lois - 84. McKenzie. Gary - 136. McKinley, Elaine - 91, 120. McKinley, Jim - 60, 67, 136. McKinley, Mary - 155. McKinstry, Luanna - 120. McLarnan, Thomas - 66, 148. McMahon, Franni - 64, 81, 91, 120, 159. McMains, Steve - 60, 86, 139, 148. Neese, Gregg - 56, 155. Neibarger, Alice - 121. Neibarger, John - 78. 121. Neighbarger, Carl - 78, 148, 151. Neighbarger, Elizabeth - 155. Neighbarger, Marla - 86, 148. Neighbarger, Raphael - 86, 148. Nethers, Robert -- 155. Nevin, Margaret - 148. Newton, Nancy - 121. Nichols, Richard - 155. Nicholson, Dave - 36, 67, 79, 136. Nist, Barbara - 79, 85, 86, 88, 148. Norris, Joe - 86. Norris, Linda - 79, 86, 148. Norris Mary - 155. Nuce, David - 155. Nutter, Judy - 155. Nutter, Linda - 136. Oakes, Alred - 78, 149. O'Brien, Irene - 73. 121. O'Brien, Wayne - 55, 58. 67, 148. Omlor, Dan - 24, 50, 52, 53, 58, 61, 121. Omlor, Michael - 52, 60, 155. Ormandy, Iacquie - 25, 79, 136. Osborne, Terry - 155. Oswalt, Charles - 136. Outcalt, Joe - 61, 66, 121. Page, Linda - 159. Paige, Douglas - 85, 155. Paisley, Janet- 68, 121, 131. Pappas, James - 155. Parqeon, Carolyn - 85, 89, 155. Parker, Bonnie - 155. Parker, Charles - 85, 155. M Nutt Mar c , y - 68. McReynolds, John - 60, 61, 150. McReyn McRil1, Mcllill, olds, Sandra - 79. 91, 148. Gloria - 79, 155. Mary - 73. 79, 84, 136, 140. Parker, David - 44, 155. Parker, Janice - 155, 159. Parker, Lonnie - 148. Parker, Nancy - 155. Parnell, John - 56, 58, 155. Meade, Randy - 85, 88, 157. Mechlinq, Delphia - 96. 148. Meekins, Jean - 84. MeHarry, Saundra - 79, 84, 136. Meiser, Ruth - 86, 91, 148, 159. Melaney. Mary Ann - 91, 120. Mellburg, Jerry - 155. Mellberg, Suz - 81, 91, 93, 120. Menke, Michael - 155. Metcalf, Bonnie - 84, 132, 136. Metcalf, Kathie - 155. Metcalfe, Ted - 155. Mickle, Paula - 13, 26, 45, 70, 91, 112, 120, 130. Mill, Hannah - 44, 79, 91, 155. Mill, Jeth - 19, 66, 83, 85, 155. 79, 84, 95 Miller, Ann - 148. Miller Judy - 86, 148. Miuerf Karen - 79, 84, 91, 13s. Miller. Ric hby - 155. Miller, Ronetta - 25, 29, 70, 79, 96, 136. Millilgl Ronnie - 46, 85, 89, 90, 116, 148 Miner. Sharon - 148. Miller, William - 155. Milligan, Raymond - 43, 50, 52, 60, 66, 120. Mills, Charles - 32, 52, 60, 64, 155. Mills, Dan - 50, 67, 136. Mills, Virginia - 84, 136. Minder, Jack - Sl. Mintier, Gary - 67, 148. Mintier, Jon - 66, 120. Mintier, Robert - 155. Mintier, Thomas - 155. Misicka, Michael - 67. 79, 136. Mondron, Mondron, 120. Judith - 120. Peter - 33, 37, 43, 44, 45, 59, Monette, Robert - 155. Montalbo, Alfred F- 51, 66, 136. Montgomery, Cynthia - 44, 73, 79, 84, 136. Montgomery, Frederick - 74, 155. Montgomery, Richard - 74, 155. Moore, Gary - 52, 155. Morain, Bill - 84, 86, 148. Moran, Mary - 155. Moran, Sh Moreland, aron - 121. Ellis - 136. Morey, Linda - 155. Parnell, Stephen - 155. Parrish, Ruth - 155, 158. Parry, Diana - 155. Parry, Vincent - 43, 60, 121. Parsons. Edward - 155. Patton, Darlyne - 84, 137. Payne, Van - 155. Payne, Victor - 78. Peck, Betty - 86, 149. Peck, Martin - 155. Pembrook, Jan - 52, 155. Peterman, Richard - 155. Peters, Billy - 155. Petry, Janet- 155. Petry, Patty - 155. Phelps, Janice - 71, 79, 86, 144, 149. Phillips, Roger - 62, 155. Piazze, Maria - 23, 70, 84, 93, 122, 158. Piazze, Thomas - 52, 56, 60, 155. Pierson, Ronald - 23, 66, 123. Pillow. Bob - 122. Pilotti, Jane 79, 155. Pilotti, Tom - 58, 84, 137. Poland, Michael - 155. Pollock, Dick - 74. Popejcy, Karen - 73, 148. Port, Sonia - 91. Porter, Dan - 67, 137. Porter, Gary - 84, 137. Porter, Jane - 91. Porter, Janice - 64, 86, 148. Porter, Judith - 86. Porter, Nancy - 148. Porter, Robert - 67, 84, 86, 137. Porterlield, Sharon - 86, 91. 148. Mosley, Leonard - 24, 95, 121. Mouer. Ronnie - 155. Mouer. William - 45, 85, 89, 121. Mowery, Bob - 121. Moxley, Polly - 121, 158. Mozingo, George - 155. Mumaw, Ronnie - 121. Murphy. Arthur - 67, 79, 136. Myers, Judy - 76, 148. Myers, Wilma Rosan - 91, 121. Neely, Betty - 148. Porteriield, Steve - 66, 122. Potter, Patty - 67. Powell, Anita - 155. Price, Robert - 155. Prushing, Gary - 85. 155. Puifenbarqer, James -148. Pumphrey, John - 155, 157. Pumphrey, Nancy - 45, 47, '70, 122. Purdy, Carol - 70, 84, 137. Pursel, Carl - 50, 52, 122. Pursel, Charles - 51, 148. Rafferty, Kathy - 86. Ralston, Ricky - 67, 137. Ransome, Christine - 44, 73, 88, 148. Rardin, David - 58, 61, 66, 122. Rayburn, Bennie - 86, 130, 148. Reed, Sherry - 85, 86. Reese, Lewis - 64, 85, 86, 88, 90, 122. Reiss, Janet- 155, 159. Reiss, John - 84, 137. Reiss, Paul - 122. Rentz, Steve - 52, 155. Ressler, Kenny - 137. Reynolds. Carol - 137. Reynolds, Danny - 155. Rhoades, Robin - 25, 70, 79, 137. 197 Rine, Rhoades, Douglass - 18, 34, 64, 65, 78, 122. Rhoades, Roger - 155. Rice, Connie - 24, 43, 69, 79, 93, 96, 123. Richards, Bill - 59, 61, 86, 148. Richards, Iaime - 155. Ridenbaugh, Iames - 86, 148. Ridenbaugh, Ianet - 86, 148. Ridenour, Frank - 60. 84, 155. Rine, Dennis - 66, 155. Rine, Dixie - 68, 86, 148, 159. Rine, Meredith - 72, 88, 155. Rine, Nancy - 84. 92. 123, 131. Rine, Patty - 123, 158. Rine, Patricia - 155. Steve - 84, 155. Smith, Pamela - 84, 88, 156. Smith, Robert - 85, 137. Smith, Sandra - 73, 87, 149. Smith, Shirley - 73, 87, 149. Snow, Betty - 91. Snow, Larry - 58, 124. Snow, Richard - 64, 88. 90, 149. Snow, Sharon - 85, 89, 156. Souers, April - 156. Sowards, Virgil - 149. Speaks, Marceline - 156. Spearman, Debbie - 85, 156. Spearman, Sandra - 156. Speelman, Mary - 79, 85, 88, 149, 151. Speer, Torn - 58, 61, 124. Sprankel, Ierry - 125. Spring, lack - 66, 78. 149. Rine, Tom - 66, 123. Robbins, Curtis - 77. Roberts, Iudy - 84, 137. Roberts, Mike - 44, 155. Robertson, Dixie - 68, 137. Rockwell, Marilyn - 80, 123, 159. Roe, Robert - 155. Roesler, Linda - 5, 22, 43, 45, 123, 128. Rogers, Marilyn - B4, 137. Rouse, Ruby - 68, 84. Rowley, Ginny - 68, 79, 84, 132, 137. Rudin, Kathy - 86, 149. Rudin, Patti - 155, 157. Ruhl, Edwin - 85, 137. Rummel, Denton - 138, 149. Rummel, Ron - 24, 50, 137. Rummel, William - 52, 155. Rushton, Sandy - 123, 158. Rutan, Gary - 86, 148. Rutherford, LaVonne - 79, 155. Rutkowski, Anna - 79, 86, 148, 159. Rutkowski, Galena - 45, 73, 123, 132. Rutter, Becky H 73, 91, 123. Salls, Roger - 52, 64, 156. Sampson, Toni - 156. Sams, Ianet - 133, 137. Scarvelis, Agnes - 64, 73, 92, 123. Schafer, lean - 84, 90, 123. Schechtman, Martin - 156. Schlairet, Jeanne - 73, 79, 148. Schlosser, Houston - 54, 67, 79, 137. Schlosser, Karen - 79, 156. Schmidt, David - 123. Scholp, Margaret - 79, 84, 133, 137. Schonauer, Robert - 74, 137. Scott, Shari - 43, 64, 65, 79, 84, 86, 93, 123. Scott, Iames - 156. Scott, Larry - 156. Scott, Leroy - 156. Scott, Terry - 156. Searls, Vicki - 87, 148. Seavolt, Iohn - 51, 52. 60. Seavolt, Iudith - 68, 87, 148. Seavolt, Paul - 74, 148. Sellers, Karen - 156. Senseman, Ethel - 156. Senseman, Florence - 25, 137. Seward, Catherine - 156. Shannon, Robert - 87. Shanyielt, Raymond - 156. Shaw, Betsy - 84, 137. Shellenbarger, Robert - 137. Shellenbarger, Wayne H 84. Shepard, Bob - 87, 149. Sherman, Iohn - 149. Shick, Ieanne - 64, 82, 84, 95, 116, 137. Shipley, Carolyn - 156. Shoemaker, Gerrie - 79, 137. Shoman, Sandra - 123. Shope, Larry - 156. Shotts, Sharyn - 156. Shrimplin, Malcolm - 58, 149. Shrontz, Fredrick - 156. Shubert, Gary - 58, 84, 137. Shultz, Robert- 156. Shultz, Donald - 149. Shultz, Iames - 156. Shultz, Linda - 73, 84, 86, 89, 123. Shumaker, Sue -- 124, 158. Sigman, Wayne - 149. Sillars, Rodger - 44, 149. Silverwood, Karen - 156. Simmons, lane - 156. Simpson, Linda - 91, 124, 159. Sims, Eddie - 124. Sinclair, Iohri - 56, 156. Sirbauqh, Denny - 124. Slaughter, Karen 85, 137. Sleernan, Madeliene - Smith, Carl - 61, 84, 87, 116, 149. Smith, Carolyn - 156. Smith, Claire - 44, 73, 156. Smith, Danny - 67, 73, 149. Springer, Ann - 87, 149. Springer, Iames - 74, 85, 88, 156. Squires, Harry - 87, 149. Staats Staats Staats Staats , Gary - 137. , Karen - 85, 91, 137. , Sue - 79, 91, 96, 149. , Richar - 74 56. d , 1 Stacey, Ruth - 156, 159. Stafior Sandra 85 137 d, - , . Stamper, Leah - 45, 73, 91, 125, 131. Stamper, Robert - 156. Stamper, Ronald - 78, 149. Stanley, Chester - 66, 149. Statler, Dale - 52, 56, 156. Statler, Gary - 26, 45, 66, 125. Steele , Iames - 44, 60, 61, 66, 125. Steinmetz, Keith - 137. Vail, Richard - 85, 137. Van171rnan, Michael - 25, 54, 64, 65, 67, 9 , 137, 139. Vance, Beverly - 156. Vance, Ireland - 149. Vance, Larry - 156. Vance, Lee - 87, 149. VanDeve1de, Don - 50, 60, 149. Vanl-louten, Dick - 61, 84, 86, 87, 126. VanVoorhis, Debra - 87, 149. VanVoorhis, Patricia - 85, 156. Vasbinder, Thomas - 87, 149. Vernon, George - 52, 156. Vernon, Karen - 85, 137. Vernon. Suzanne -- 149, 151. Vernon, William - 126. Vilfer, Donald - 87, 149. Wacker, Ianet -- 44, 71, 85, 86, 87, 149. Waddell, Ieriny - 69. 72, 80, 126. Wagner, Beverly - 156. Wagner, Ioy - 85, 138. Wagner, Michael - 87, 149. Walpole, Robert - 85, 138. Walton, Cassie - 156. Walton, Max - 87. Walton, Roger - 87, 149. Ward, Deborah - 13, 44, 71, 79, 149. Ward, Martha - 79, 85, 138. Ward, Mary - 156, 158. Warner, Anita - 156. Warner, Barbara - 126. Steinmetz, Terry - 52, 56, 156. Steinbrink, Robert - 87, 148. Steurer, Bob - 125. Steurer, Carolyn - 87, 149. Steurer, Nancy - 156. Stewart, William - 52, 56, 156. Stichert, Carl - 66, 78, 137. Stigman, Anne - 84, 88, 137. Still, Walter - 125. Stillings, Chuck - 78, 85, 137. Stillings, Richard - 58, 125. Stillwagon, William - 18, 84, 125. Stokes, Sharon - 156. Stoyle, Iirn - 129. Stricker, Cheryl - 23, 68. 81, 137, 139, 145. Stringiellow, George - 75, 78, 125. Strouse, Alyce - 149. Strouse, Robert- 137. Stryker, Gerald, - 51, 149. Stull, Darrell - 61. Stuller, Mary - 68, 79, 137, 159. Stultz, Floyd - 84, 156. Stumbaugh, Russell - 85, 130. Sturgess, Iohn - 66, 125. Sturgess, Susan - 36, 44, 70, 73, 137, 140. Sturtevant, Gwen - 64, 71, 79, 84, 88, 149. Suain, Iackie - 85, 131, 137 140. Summers, Betty - 156. Summers, Danny - 50, 52, 54, 58, 61, 125. Summers, Michael - 64, 156. Sunkle, Robert - 156. Sutcliffe, lohn - 149. 151- Sutton, Sheila - 79, 85, 133. 137. Swain, David - 87, 149. Sweet, Phyllis - 156. Swick, Roger - 56. Swingle, Bob - 25, 45, 66, 125. Sykes, Chris - 44, 149. Tablett, Edward - 31, 47, 66, 125. Tablett, Iames - 85, 137. Tanner, Sally - 24, 70, 73, 79, 85, 88, 90, 94, 125, 131. Tarwinska, Wanda - 73. 156. Taylor, Iirn - 65, 137. Taylor, Kathy - 79, 81, 149. Tharp, Fred - 149. Thomas, David - 52, 156. Thomas, Nancy - 72, 80, 125. Thompson, Arthur - 137. Thompson, Donna - 149. Warner, Priscilla - 149, 159. Warner, Ronnie - 138. Warren Claire - 126. Watson, Emma - 156. Watson, Linda - 87, 149. Watson, Martha - 126. Way, Barbara - 24, 45. 70, 114, 126. Way, Patricia - 156, 158. Weave r, Deon -72, 156. Weekly, Karen - 25, 79, 85, 138. Weir, Cheryl - 79, 156. Weir, Richard - 60, 67, 149. Weirick, Ronda - 156, 158. Welker, Richard - 78, 126, 138. Wells, Wells, Wells, Wells, Wells, Welsh, Carolyn -Q 156. Daniel, 51, 149. George - 56, 157. Linda - 156. Sharon - 151. Harold - 23, 50, 52, 53. 54, 58, 127 West, Barbara - 156. Westenbarger, Westenbarger, Iucly - 127. Westenbarger, Michael - 52, 62, 156. Wetherill, Scherry - 156. Wharton, David - 149. White, Anna - 87, 149. White, Charles - 127. White, Cheryl - 85, 88, 127. White, loseph - 58, 157. White, Lana - 157. White, Robert - 60, 85, 138. White, Ruby - 127. White, Susie - 85, 89, 157. Whitney. Pam - 85, 138. Wiester, Craig - 44, 67, 73, 149. Wiester, Vaughn - 84, 86, 89, 90, 117, Wiggins, Linda - 79, 157. Wiley, Ann - 85, 89, 157. Wilguess, Rookie - 157. Williams 137 Williams, Linda - 68. Williams Michael - 55. 67, 79, 149. Wiuimnsf Ray - 157. Williams Willits, , Robert - 58, 85, 138. David - 127. Wilson. Dan - 78. Wilson, Frances Ann - 127. Wilson Wilson . Nancy - 84, 89, 157. , Tom - 66, 79, 94, 127. , Douglas - 54, 59, 64, 67, 79, Carolyn Sue - 87, 149, 158 138. Thompson, Iames - 55, 58, 149, 151. Thompson, Iohn - 149. Thompson, Kathleen - 72, 137, 158. Thompson Kenneth -- 85. Thompson, Patty - Sl, 126. Thompson. William - 156. Thornton eggy 44 64 65 73, 137. , P - , , , Todd, Sue - 25, 68, 85, 89, 137. Todd, Tom - 12, 31, 43, 45, 50, 52, 66, Topp, Debra - 64, 84, 87, 91, 149. Trace, Danny - 156. Trace, Tom - 25, 50, 60, 137. Tracy CITIES 64, 67, 79, 137. , l - Truex, Charles i 87, 149. Tucker, Nancy -- 149. 126. Smith, Evelyn C. - 32, 124, 158. Smith, Evelyn L. - 44, 47, 124. Smith, George - 124. Smith, lack - 74, 149. Smith, Mike - 51, 52, 124. 198 Ulrey, Michael - 44, 51, 67, 137. Ulrey, William - 52, 156. Vail, Barbara -- 126, 159. Wineqardner, Larry - 149. Wineqardner. Richard - 78, 149. Wingerer, Donna - 127. Wise, Barbara - 157. Wise, Carle - 138. Wise, Martha - 127. Wise, Tom - 74. Withgott, Iames - 55, 59, 79, 157. Withgott, Thomas - 3, 23, 64, 67, 79, 95, 138, 140. Wolf, Alice - 85. Wolf, Craig - 50, 55, 149. Wolfe, Dick - 25, 128. Wolfe, Harold - 127. Wolfe, Pamela - 157, 159. Wolford, Barbara - 72. 157, 158. Wood, Beverly - 157. Woodard, Robin - 44, 157. Woodland, Charles - 127. Woodward, Marc - 41, 149. Woodward, Richard - 157 Woodward Thomas 54 58 79 Woolson Ronald 27 149 151 Woolson Larry 66 127 Workman Workman Workman Workman Freddy 85 138 Iu y 68 27 Karen 85 138 Mary 157 159 Wnght Cralg E6 79 128 Wynkoop Brxan 7 15 38 Wynn Patrzcra 44 B4 70 73 79 83 85 86 138 Wythe John 78 128 Yarman Yarman Yarman Yarman Yarman Iamce 84 157 oe 51 52 128 32 Ioyce 41 79 84 89 116 138 Ronald 52 157 Steve 78 138 Yates Arlene 157 Yauger Marlene 85 89 157 Young Iudy Youst Anna 44 79 81 B5 138 Zrmmerman Frednck 55 58 149 Zxmmermcm Terry 157 Zolman Davrd 149 Zolman Iefi 56 60 157 . - , . .I38. I d --.1' . ' .I-Z--.4'.P'1-D Yarman, Eva A 159. Z1 - . '. '.1 . If -QISTIT 1 1 . his


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