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

 - Class of 1966

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Q Q , 'ity F -f ' ' ' Q ' X M- im -.R J x Y . , umg' 1, by ww VV t ,xi " 2' if if Q. 1 b Q mi x ' rr 535 2 A Q 5 f - 6 Q lx 'F .is ,Q N ww M H3 Q 1 ' 1 7 ' H A 5 s ' ' ' 1:- 4 f v B s wh Q ' xl il YL 'F , I Q, L' kg'-.A 1 'IR 'V iv , 4. . I ' . A 5 .-'. , ' u ' 5 ga fm .wp A ' 5 F l A r X. x - ig U Y 5 V 'fin I B xf'R ' x x Editors-Randy Clements Chris Cline Student Advisor-Carolyn Vannatta Faculty Advisor-VV. D. Odroneic Business Manager-A. C. Cassell FOR Mt. Vernon High School -Mt. Vernon, Ohio J r ff' R X A YEA 0-aiu-1 , W 75, W, . ,CMM Wayan .vw -gs -M, iw-'M ,. .,., , A eww' .3 tl .ju-, R sl f A a 51 TO REMEMBER .f 'W Y '1?vL'l:il'lfl!i R K S , 1 H' x., I , ' , Table of Contents Faculty ...... ....... . . .18 Curricula ........ ......... 4 O X Classes .......... ......... 64 - 'XF 5, i Organizations ...... ....... 1 14 ' " 152 Aetlvltles ........ ....... Athletlcs ........... ...... 1 76 I Advertisements ....... ...... 1 96 Foreword This was a year of restricted ac- tivity, a year of high emotion over sports, a year of learning, a year of discovery, a year under new rules, a year wilh a single lunch hour, an- other year of crowded conditions, a year without freshmen, a year of shorter school hours, a year of three- minute breaks. This was . . . A YEAR TO REMEMBER Through the years Mount Vernon High School has seen many seniors. The Class of "66" will hold a special place in its heart for the school. -'N is ' Y' 5 rw' 1 wa H A ' ii-51:-321 E2 E QQ 4 'Q ! E 3 . X i X 1 T y K xx ' f '25 S -x 5 W -:5'fn1,L . , 'f'v-nv.n- , . ,.-ffif' ,Y QE X ,,.,.,,,,,,, - ,.,K.:..,3 ' -9 . .-nv' Nbdfvv - 'gm 'If' -rX .53 rm, 7,3-, is '9'i2'gf4 'QVC .. Ps X, la? A-S ?:xb4Qha :1'.Ef' 1 x,!'X,u'jA5s A'kg n vlf "v 3 Yf' ,"N 3 a M M., I x - ! wv.,n..,,. . .MM ,M I My rm Q' S ,,.. ff X DM .....,., N 5 g xtn., sf' .---ni, Qi' ,i ,,. L 4 . . stil :Tn Year of Bewilderment This year was a year to remember because of bewilderment. Despite successes and failures, the situation of the Mount Vernon City Schools remained in our minds as the students returned and found old standbys like the Jacket Journal and Pep Club gone and other organiza- tions or activities curtailed. November gave us a chance to rejoice because an operating levy was passed, but we still had rooms with crumbling walls, water in Room 130, broken A-V equipment, and buses with their motor strength measured in pony-power instead of horse-power. A few activities were restored, but people realized that they wouldn't be in the Forum. Before Spring, plans for 1966-67 were announced and many realized that the old school would never be the same. Year of Hopefulness The year of 1965-66 was a year of hope because many things occurred to offer changes for the best. An operating levy was finally passed in November and activities were resumed in many areas. Under a new administration, tardiness and absenteeism were reduced. Students began to look human again although some continued to let their hair grow to appear as something crawling out of a sewer. Hope for some of our slower or non-college companions was shown when curriculum changes were announced in various areas. There was hope when the students realized that the public and school officials would push harder to utilize every inch for an improved school. The students hoped something might get better before it got worse. Dedication Goes to Houston Schlosser S 'Xi' .15 This year the Forum staff voted the 1966 dedication to Mr. Houston Schlosser. Mr. Schlosser teaches geometry, but is bet- ter known as the basketball coach. Anyone attending athletic events will find Mr. Schlosser and his enthusiastic Maxine present. The Schlossers have two children, Houston, Jr., who is in the Marine Corps and Karen, who is a freshman at Ohio Uni- versity. Mr. Schlosser attended Mount Vernon High School and entered Grove City College, how- ever, his college career was interrupted by World War II. He achieved his B.S. at Ohio Wesleyan. While instructing and coaching at Ravenna, Ohio, he obtained a Master's Degree at Kent State University. Known for congenial ways Mr. Schlosser gets very enthused during some basketball games. He once lost a filling over yelling. As a coach, he has had many good players and seasons and in 1964 Mount Vernon shared the Central Buckeye League title with Urbana. As a teacher he was the lone geometry teacher for many years and has always been held high as a good coach who can instruct. A-Q...--..-..-........,....,.,.s..., ' ' As he received his Master's at Kent State. At a basketball game. Mr. Schlosser receives dedication from Mr. Odroneic if His joking manner can be explained by an incident which happened a few years ago. Playing Bexley Coach Schlosser was miffed by the officials and decided to voice dis- content. ' He gathered warmup uniforms, towels and whatever he could grasp, started to the Bexley coach and barked, '4You might as well have this stuff, you'1'e getting everything else to- nightf' Ky . 1""""" Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser on their Honeymoon. wan. Mr. Schlosser at his leisure. 'I i ' Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser 4, Q--i aiyi-ff ' 5 ,N L: Rm " ,. A 5 A 1 3-2 Karen HOUSIOH Jr. Student Life i fi y J 5 ?'f','W ff nw-e-...1-lv-.Od-vw-vq,,....,,.,, ga 'MQW ...., A... ' wana.. nw-anwwwwwfwgw W-NA 'W' ,MQW , : 1, Q -,MM ,, ,Q I ,W fi xw ' A4 V' fifty' 3 Q5 School l A b Q, ,,g, .. , ..,.,,,,, Life -. :mgf:mm,.Lf ..,x 1 ' ef K, m ,k.x-f E -fy, x . Q ,J :fz xg , P1 gf N... 35. ff fx-132,-W L sw ' H- -1. ,WY ' ff wifi xi as , My f fv Y .' ,Q-rj? 1 SJSU 5,5 Q 1 f , If .. x 9 I 4 I S.. , ,F-A 322' as'-'T'-.af 'Y' f u . f ' rw ' if 7 f . . fx Wx 1 X . . 4 "" O '. 'X , ! an , W l J o Q , .Q .QM . 3' My 54... 1 hww..-I' ...L-N -, 3-QQ -W M., , I7 !""Ng 163, 3 S2 ,Q 3512 vm ' we .Q A Q G MJ' W, . .ml X ,IM W 'uw . Ma.. wfmm M Nik' was W v x , W W sung -"l ""M"f A' ,-umanvvni n. W . . U ' - QS- .Q . J , ,, AM. ' -,zu My , ., .yq ,? I N V 1 .Q 'x f"1'??.. L K W' x . :,:.,',, , ,QW Q N - Q: yy 'W ' , Q' s. AM, ,- v, vw , 4 , A I . , x,,,, M, W, V ., Faculty and Administration wt 42 ,Q , U j gif' L THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. Left: Richard Anderson, vice-presidentg George Edick, Robert Saunlerg Siiling, Mary Minnich and Board President Harry Turner. w 20 Superintendent, DR. RUSSELL C. ARMITAGE. Those Issuing School Policy George Edick and Robert Saunter were elected to the Board of Education when Wil- liam Ward and Dr. Leroy Prushing retired. Highpoint of the year was a passing of an operating levy in November. Asst. Principal Cline, Dr. Armitage and Mrs. Transue chat at Christmas tea. Dr. Armitage and Mr. Volk at board meeting. Assistant Superintendent, LLOYD VOLK. PRINCIPAL CLIFFORD JUMP Clifford Jump is a principal that is admired and respected by the student body at Mount Vernon High School. To obtain this admiration he spends a great deal of time working with the faculty and student body. He is a man that always has time to listen and to help students with any problems. Mr. Jump is an alumni of Ohio State University. While at- tending Ohio State he began student teaching at Mount Vernon High School. Upon graduation, he moved to Kenton, Ohio, where he taught for three years. He then taught Vocational Agri- culture in the Mount Vernon School system for three years be- fore becoming Assistant Principal. Mr. Jump and his wife, Jean, have four children Greg, Sarita, Steve, and Don. The Jump family spends much of their leisure time in outdoor activities. Th K 3 e principal's work is never done Let's get organized, gang! Ah, at last, Mrs. Jump, Greg, Sarita, Steve, Mr. Jump and Don. 1' I The Cline Clan-Jeannette, David, Yale, Mr. Cline, and Tim. Ollie Cline seems to enjoy Mount Vernon team. Mr. Cline finds time to play a game of football with his sons. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OLLIE CLINE 'cWe l1ave without a doubt the greatest hunch of kids with whom I,ve ever been associated. They are truly a fine group." These are the words of our assistant principal, Mr. Ollie Cline. A native of Fredericktown, Ohio, lVlr. Cline came to Mount Vernon last year, bearing an abundance of experie11ce i11 the educational field. He attended Ohio State University for three years, and received his B.S. and Masters degrees from Witte11l1e1'g University. Later he taught at Northeastern High School in Sidney, Ohio, was head coach and athletic director at Prescott High School in Arizona, and Dean of Men at Urbana Junior College. Mr. Cline was a professional football player four years with the Detroit Lions, one year with the Cleveland Browns, and one year with the Buffalo Bills. During his first year in Mount Vernon he was freshman guidance counselor and one of the assistant football coaches. 25 635 IAQ DOROTHY JOHNSON Guidance Personnel The guidance department is confronted every year with many problems such as scheduling students for their classes, helping seniors with their days after graduation, and many other problems. The counselors are faced with many of these trying situations year after year but they always seem to come up with the correct answers. MEREILLE REGENSBURG Secretary to the Guidance Office NANCY STILLWELL "lf you SENIORS wouldn't wait until the last minute to send college applications .... U ROBERT THOMPSON 1 .5 f f4 fi Q -1 2 . N -if 5 c -few, "Dear Cussyln School Secretaries Behind almost everything done in the school are the secretaries. Some of the many deeds that keep them busy are keeping records, sorting grade cards, mimeographing tests, and relaying messages. Imag- ine a school functioning without the aid of the sec- retaries! rr 1 MARY DENMAN Attendance Secretary RUTH FRANZ Production Clerk BETTY FRYE Principal's Office Secretary JEAN PURDY Secretary to the Principal 'IF MRS PURUY DON BOWER English 12 ARTHUR CASSELL Advanced Math Algebra II RUTH AUKER Biology I, II Health BARBARA BAUGHMAN Nurse ROBERT BECHTEL Instrumental Music A Faculty Faced ith Many Duties This school year was filled with many problems due to the lack of operating funds. Teachers added extra duties to their busy schedules to keep the school running smoothly. Even with these extra burdens the faculty managed to maintain a close student-teacher relationship and to create, kindle, and motivate stu- dent ideas toward higher academic levels. 4 MARTHA COCHRAN Typing I KAREN COIL I -"' English 10, 11 t . is 1 X N i X ..l il BETTY CORBIN Special Education LEWIS DAVIS Vocational Agriculture S 'gDear Abbey . . .H ELDORA FITHIAN Bookkeeping I, II CLARENCE FRIDLINE Vocational Agriculture MARY LOU GOODSON French I, II NANCY DAVIS Physical Education KATHRYN DUNHAM English 10, 12 1,32 ,.f""4' I Ke X ' A , Mr. Hazen is busy trying to dissect a TEDDY BEARW HAROLD HIGHMAN Commercial Law Record Keeping Banking JAMES IMEL Senior Social Studies Geo-Politics Audio-Visual Education DENNIS LUNA A Senior Social Studies IVIARGUERITE MANN English 12 IMOGENE MONTGOMERY French II, III DONALD MORRISON Advanced Drawing Engineering Drawing GILBERT NEWSON Advanced Wood Industrial Arts '- N THOMAS NYLUND Spanish I, II ' pn 431. Qwrwq will' DOUGLAS OBEE Senior Social Studies ou surely have a BETTER excuse for not having your home- rkli' I told them I could play Mary Had A Little Lamb' J EAN POTTS Distributive Education RALPH RICE American History JACK ROBESON Biology LII EVELYN ROEDER English I0 RUTH SANNER Latin I, II HOUSTON SCHLOSSER Geometry "No, Nancy .... ..... I haven't heard from Houston, Jr." QP SANDRA SHACKETT Art I, II, III, IV JEAN SHICK English 11 ANN SIMPSON Home Economics I, II jx 'Ze- 4--f' X lx X iT! JAMES SPICER Health WILLIAM SIMPSON English 10 Speech JACK SLEEK Geometry Algebra II Patlence . . . Mr, West shows Claude Gregory a difficult Algebra I problem JACK STAUCH Instrumental Music ALICE STEFFAN Speclal Education 'It might help if you would turn on the valve, Howard!" Perseverance GUY VAN NOSTRAND World History ROGER WALTON General Science Chemistry DOROTHY STEINMETZ English 11 J. FLOYD THOMAS Physical Education MONIQUE TRANSUE French III, IV 51054 fm ai1 A r f if 3 K fx .,,.r? fl 1 E .qt A 3 CHARLES WHITE Industrial I, II Advanced Metal ,, 1 LILLIAN WHITE Home Economics III, IV "Ready for take-off I 'il Librarian Algebra I Physics REBECCA WAREHAM DORMA WARRICK Office Practice I, II KENNETH WEST , if 4 . gif' ,La , 1 W -Q gn . "Calories, calories!" X1 A ..,.,,,, ., MJ wx aw +I:- -'Sx ,I 18' If Nw B ff" ' 1. 1 I .15 1 A , 4 I .4 I I I I II ,. -I hw-. nl"""' 5' .f N Q Z! ' ,QI B kid-,': 33 Wxggwll ' f V M ,X K, ,I . K V HM-W ,vw 4 V , ,..4uO" -6 I A 152--vvffmax.-www W- I 'I I I fciwlxffgi M gi-:wa-1 I , , . a , pi? 4.44 .Mx X if ,S+ if - 1 P .,A Q Q 'z 'QI ". I 3 I? A s I , -asf' .nw ' x Y 5 FL'-7 N -II' Vw-1 in, 'W ' " ' M E 1, .1 V, Q . - 13,4 ...Z hw' - - . If .v , . . I. A , , .ah .M ", , Chuck Kaser and J oe Stout smile for the photographer. Will Shearer trying to figure out what it is o x I Joseph Clipse busy at work. J' ex M l NX- 9 rs X 4 5 a S ,O ,Zi vi w ,.. i-fx.,, lf S if I , . v.- ' ' 9, , . ui' Ron Lashmit takes time off from work to enjoy the art work. Custodians and Cooks Among the hardest Working personnel in the school are the cooks and custodians. The custodians are always on the job no matter what the school function may he. A11d the cooks are faced with the problem of fixing five different meals a week for several hundred students. ' ' Francis Myers, Margaret Tier, and Betty James are thinking Double double toll and trouble 40 E Curricula ff A . Eddie Hartman in Speech Class. English Teachers Eye Many Ideas Since all students are required to earn four credits of English for graduation, each teacher has a full teaching load. During the school year 1966-67, several experimental courses will be introduced at the senior level in order to meet, more adequately, the needs and abilities of the students. In addition to the regular course work, speech, and jour- nalism are offered to the students. Both of these will he increased under the new curriculum. Lance Coon, Vance Revennaugh, and Charles Rockwell show Mrs. Dunham a Shakespearean Theater. N Q32 'va- A -cz ll: 'Y I W gr , swf: Miss Mann is j arred from her lesson by a Forum photographer. Mrs. Steinmetz helps Jack Ernest. Mr. Bower in his typical lecture position. ie," f gt 4-wro -in za' .I it ,Yr n -'P '1- x Oaks Wm ni, sim 5,,,,, u.s. Aims KOREA mens cnecxso Priss Nicholson points to a famous -newspaper that Terri Harmon and y Barb Parrot are holding. D , at al J' Social Studies Has Varied Format Subjects ranging from evolution to present day world conflicts were studied in the W'orld History classes this year. In American History there was a thorough study of the American culture from the Colonial period to the present go-go era. Any student that has had Senior Social Studies now has new awareness of social, eco- nomic and governmental affairs. This year the department was bolstered by the additions of Mr. Odroneic and Mr. Luna. c Mr. Odroneic, how could grade cards be so funny! X f, 44 , . . ., W Y f -V Y -f f-f ., r '.,i' ' ,f 'f ' 1-'T . . . ' A ! u Jr f' ' V i x A ' I., Q.. Q, A an G , , V I V ,fpplmgfvmt , l Q, ,. , V, ,, .- r, fx. A . L J' '-Mi f' ,. ' - 'ee f ' i . 2 . 4. .fr W- W f. M L' .4 f , Q 'af Ne i . ' . .. 3 iy' 7 p 1 ' ik. 1 ' ' Q A , '..' rg - 1-4 , v . , ' 4 1 ' "W" ' jr ' 1 ' A - lv- - .' -' ' K ' ' M , , A-Y i , af. I --1 f . . 'Z N C ,, ...af yy.. 5-, ' -1 --+ - . gm' . 'I . , A x , , ,, r. L- .4 if ' . " 1 A RRY., ' is 'L " 'Z 'E v' .. P'-. 1 W. 1 ,, . ,, Il, K- P . , . , n ' . -. . Jw A . J-, Q' -A I ...W ' ' W, "' ,X 4 55" ' . x . A - a.-I . , n h ' V'f? fr t. '. 1 1 if 'fa' 1 l ...- IL-Bi Ewan . fx: - K N g , X , Q-hgh. in 1 .x xxig . 4 "' . . fiweivii e Be Miller prepares to give a speech American History. 7 . '14 IHIHI Ull 51 Mike Alberth points to Mr. Imel's birthplace. I'm not trying to be cynical Barb, but N! in I' p is 'M 4 X Xxx 4 Math Has Many Facts Under the brilliant chairmanship of Mr. Arthur Cassel 9 the Math Department offers courses in Algebra I and ll, geometry, and Advanced Math, which is a combination of cal- culus, trigonometry, and advanced mathematical theory. Mr. Schlosser looks in bewilderment at one of his students -1 f 31.-i an is STS, r rrra f 19 , K1 'We ,gi in . sd . f :sri Y W X ' Distributive ' VOCATIONAL UNDERSTANDING The DE student partlcrpatlng 1n 'thls unlque sound educatlonal program IS well prepared to take h1s place 1n the busl ness world He has acqurred a flrsthand knowledge of merchandlsmg salesman Shlp and the opportumtles avallable 1n his chosen career CIVIC CONSCIOUSNESS In both h1s class and Chapter work the D E student learns to recobnlze his Obll Datlons to the commumty needs and planmno communlty betterment Q --I um 06 ,gr ? X x C9 C I fa L9 1 I ' Education ' X X LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. Through DECA activities, the DE student is given an opportunity to participate in many activities designed to teach him to be not only a leader but also a follower. I if 1 ,, , SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Through so- cial events held during the year, the DECA member is given an opportunity to develop poise, and to gain a knowl- edge of the social graces necessary in .our society. Science Offers Many Courses MVHS students were offered Biology I and II, chemistry, and physics this year. Under the chairmanship of Jack Robeson the Science Department welcomed one new teacher, Mrs. Auker. The Biology I students deal with a complete plant or animal and the interrelation of all its organs and life ac- tivities. Biology II familiarizes students with the functions of their own bodies and prepares those who are interested for further specialized work in this field. Physics and chemistry stress descriptive problems of the areas. l Mr. West, Chris Meyer, Dave Wythe, Carol Detmer, St Ferguson and Hiles seriously work in chem- istry class. Peering into the unknown lmes participate in a physics experiment. Biology students hunt for germs Foreign Languages Employ "Atmosphere Learning" "Atmosphere Learning" was stressed making' each room and class the atmosphere of the country studied. This year the language department stressed continued mastery of the Latin, Spanish and French languages. New additions to the department included Mr. Thomas Nylund, Spanish, and Mrs. Mary Lou Goodson, French. Stressing new ideas, the department hopes to introduce more courses and adopt more audio-visual aids next year. 3- Mrs. Sanner listens to Latin transla During a typical Spanish class, Mr. Nylund prepares to use a film projector. .1--. face t 'M Eat' In Omni -' o P4 at K .TIN tions Willy Ayers shows a friend the Paris sites. The cast of Mrs. Montgomery's Christmas play poses for camera. I mrs :mom TL vb , i 4 .ii I 111 Ill IQ - mf ,fgf 151- D'-. .ff .... fi" "fx ffm my f ,bg Nt Q pl "" .','f.f ,intl 'ax l t -rr" 'M' .xl 'L. .4 ' xi ftnmff wilt"-51 xx-lv. A 4 X' ' vr 5 , I4 ' " lk "' -fifva .. H Mrs. Joyce Lauer acknowledges a question. Business Students Keep Busy The Business Department continues to keep pace with the changing business world of today. This year an elementary office prac- tice class was introduced for juniors, making more study in depth possible for office prac- tice the next year for seniors. Vocational plans are already being studied and formu- lated for next year. Our motto: The more you learn-the more you earn. 4 And she said this test would be easv! P - A ,r,,,,.,......- , M... rf" ,ti ,,,- . my ff. W -... .- K .Jet ' . 54 ' '-if gmt 1' X f 5 I af' Mrs. Eldora Fithian lectures in Bookkeeping. fs' "Now is the time . . ." 3 ,ns-h..,-w.s -ni Oops! 5 Z.. I ' ' 3 I Q :A .3-A 'rsx A' I t jr Allan Vernon enjoys his art work Steve Randall draws another art effect for the Forum. Fine Arts Various art courses were offered the stu- dents this year. Art I is a course of problems of basic design. Art II is a further advancement in the areas covered by Art I. The student works with problems in design dealing with jewelry, fashion design, silk screen, wood cutting, and advertising, in Art III. lVIore of a studio type problems of study is in Art IV. Daryl Williams, Rudy Davis, and Kathy Hess prepare for carvin if 6 ,Q 1 5 x f , v 1 - mv! 'Ri smxl sf-- ' Q gin kkxh silty' ' K . 933 W ' Qiqifffq Qs , .A N -v-- f 4. 1 Z A Y 2 2 Y-Z :S SM- 'R 351, Qt 0171 te, Art students criticize statue. Doug Neese wonders who she could be Z 'KN ', Y'v'l ,xt 'nf' .f Y I, WJ' ' WQIPPX x X i i The girls in Home EC. seem to think the room needs fixing up. Y"'! 1 b l 'sgq I Sui Janet Biefnes is busy as a bee Peeling apples is such fun. l 1 li! x ,rf f f CX si A' is ,f+?42' -Q Q uf ff x , M' x XLS. 'ft ' gif T' 1 A i I - ' 35 L- -5' Ni-"AS----. - iihik N-Q I Mrs. White seems to have a beef. s , ' I X, ,f- w . Susan Genre hopes her pie comes out delicious. Creativity Is Home Economics One of the vital aspects of a well-rounded educa- tion is educating students in areas of living that are meaningful after graduation. Home Economics ful- fills this need with a balanced program that can lead toward a professional career in buying, fashion, teaching, dietetics, extension work, as well as a suc- cessful and happy home life. Dave Doup and Bob Hammond seem to be assisting each other. O . ' ,x'w,bg' . L i ' l Lindsay Vance takes time out from his work to Mr. Morrison is busy explaining a project to one of his pose for a picture. students Industrial Arts Contains Many Courses With a stress on vocational aspects, the Industrial Arts Department offered advanced Woodworking, metal and drawing, and a course in engineering drawing. Pleading for more room, teachers, and equipment, the department plans many changes. Any changes might be altered by a proposed vocational high school. George Wright is working seriously on his industrial arts project. fe. 4' .uni "Hey man! Watch the fingers!" Lloyd Bryant warns Larry Robinson. Judy Auskings eyes the basket hoping for a two pointer. Q21 n - - s. X74 MQ Two girls jump for the ball at the beginning of a gym class. Come on Tim, let me up! Physical Education Stresses Development This year the department continued to emphasize the physical and mental development of the student. Highlight of the year was the third-day extension of physical education class. Teaching health, Mrs. Auker added new strength to the department. An intramural program was finally started for the boys While the GAA remained virtually non-existent. John Barr spikes the ball in a gym class volleyball game Up one, up two, up three .... - .... 63 ...Q I may-.1 41623 4' Mhvmwm. Classes 'V Mk 2 0 24 ,Qu A - -awk: 5 w jx- ' 5 Class of Sixty-Six Sherry Kline finds out the world is round. Leaders of the Senior Class President Gregg Kundrat Vice President Rodney Wiggins Treasurer Dave Wiley Secretary Susie Smith Y Kunkel frugs. '-Tl l hw 1 ff' .. .. ,un-A -' 4 . - 1 ls. , M , l N ' -LR' 17 Q K A Le e ' X i L . v 5. ' 5 ., ' I .9 0 - Y 7 ' if a nl n 'V -gg . ., , .. gf .HT U W .1-f F -Sha. Q . 'V T "5 I .. The class of 1966 has finally accomplished the ultimate of high school education-grad uation. The class has passed through many try- ing experiences from the cutting of classes to term papers and from test cramming to laughing at pupil's antics. As we look back on high school years, we will always remember many adventures and happenings, which oc- curred as we made history in the halls of Mount Vernon High School. 'iwawfs ,.- . . , W mnfwwltr ' 1 y ll Baldwin waits for the birds and the bees. Barb Boester limbers up for the Y-Teen Formal. 67 Mike Alberth Roger Algire Laura Allen Nancy Annahle John Annett Phillip Antil "Ns-YL Ron Antill Terry Arquilla Shirley Ashcraft Phil Auskings Willie Ayers Rodney Ayers Lee Baldwin Robert Baldwin b Garry Black Helen Blades Pam Blubaugh Barb Boester Holly Bostwick Susan Bostwick Steven Bowden Joan Breece .4-0 .r 1 K:---' ,V-4- :44 .42-I ,Q ,,- . x "' .?f, Rudy Davis, the great white whale, attempts to empty the pool. John Barr Connie Barton Tes- Sidney Ballam "7:' Y Kay Beckley Bill Bevington David Bevington Julie Biefnes Phil Biefnes Lorraine Bishop 'Q T' 'QQ .-. ' d"" Du 6 George Breitauph Ann Briggs .lorgee Brown Linda Brown Dann Brunner Tom Bumpus Linda Birch Bob Burke Mary Ellen Burson Miles Burson Terry Bush Patricia Butcher J im Byrd Raymond Campbell Lois Carr Connie Chalfant Sharon Chancellor Joe Christopher Harlan Clark Marlene Clemens Randy Clements Chris Cline Larry Clipse Clyde Coe Donna Conkle Sharon Conkle Theodora Constantikes Richard Cook Betty ,lo Cooke J ack Craw Peggy Crawford William Creech Tracy Crumbaker Mary Ann Cunningham xii 57 ef' Chuck Agnew gleefully receives his yearbook from Randy Clem- ents. Q' ff," 1- 413 8 4: 4' 'vi' Ns.-v Robert Daino Dollie Davis Rudy Davis Fred Deem Richard DeLauf'hter ' Gary Dennison .QQ i Carol Detmer Sue Dewinter Jim Dial John Dial Phil Dial W A . Cheryl Dice 'V' ULU - ' Dan Dickerson i David Doup -QQ ,Jie Delvin Doup fra, ,Q is ig 1 'T""s L MLA' NJ! Senior officers display their skills. Janet Dement'-X-Zi' 5 ilwuf D! Dan Drew Bill Durst .2 Cheryl Edffar -Jllzl N141 Dghil David Edgizr Mary Ellen Edick Jeff Emery David Ferguson Norma Ferris Susan Finkbeiner Linda Finnell Carol Fisher Linda Fox David F razee Pat Fribley J ack Frye John Fullemann David Greer Gregg Gullet Pat Gunia Denny Haldeman Carole Hall Mike Hall Dave Hamilton jr ffm Lf YI M Bob Hammond Jerry Harmon .T Roxanna Funk ' Diane Gardner 7' Rick Gaumer Susan Genre Janet Giehl Bob Giffin Cheryl Glibert Brenda Goodwin Keith Gordon 3 1 yu!! ' if 15 4 . MJ' Mike Roeder and Mike terfield laugh at a V manuscript. -5" Tl? it V ,- ' - , -,, 1 as-. 3 I -Q 1 N! ' if K i " i ei I ' r , ls as fix Q Q, as ' 9122, y4.i'kf" ' was .56 my .1 5 mi, 5 'Y - 3. " X ' af, - EEE . R X K4 rl r i it Q S x .32 Leslie Harney Judy Harrington John Harris .5 'L arilee Harrison Ed Hartman J oe Heindl Micheal Hellwig Jerry Helms Ann Helser Da , - J vc ',fJ.tflflf4Lf1LLiz4LwC .Afmr X Bonnie Hensley ' ff' Carolyn Hess 'Q17 Cindy Hess Donna Highman Gary Hiles Paulette Hill Nancy Hite Richard Hoeflich Stan Holmes iff!!! 1 l fi -I 'X bf Qu., GFX -c':'1" 1' I l . . L . .' l 'CL V1Ckl Horlacher' K "' L J Sue Horn James Horton Kent Hosteler Sue Ellen Houle . Susan Householder Steve Hults ' If Jack Jacobs .. fm., 1 45'5'f'iZlk Peggy James Anna Jewell Jim Johnson Terry Johnson g L' ,cf Nancy Jones David Kerin Jon Ketter Raymond Kiser Sherry Kline Tamara Koriduzki Greg Kost Richard Kost f 'l Lfv Bill Kremple 1' Haj J Gregg Kundrat Charles Kunkel Susie Lane " A fklrrtztli-If Urbzk L, , let 14+ . 1 'L t'4,x,f4l-f ZW" jwd Linda Lewis 5 Barb Llewellyn A f5QtwfvLinda Lockhart 5',A,MLQc9lox'ia Long wlifu 626,711 - Ann Lord Debi Loriaux ff Barbara Lunn Ann Lybarger ff! w gl -Qi., .Ang l . . ,..-W L,V Carol Laymon Joe La mon Y M44 Don Leibel - Dave Ferguson concentrates on how hls halr is going to be for the next basketball game Margaret Laughrey Shirley Lawson 1 'D' 3. g , Chris Marshand Alan Marks Chris Mayer Colette Mazza Mike McCartney , Carol McClenathan tcifjjlmflcharles McCluskey Patti McCullen Dwayne McCune Susan McKay Robert McKee Sheryl McKee athy McKown K Neldon McVay ' Diana Menke Mike Mescher 78 Jim Johnson exclaims "I just learned about the birds and the bees. Now I'm going with a Worthington Cardinal." Viv' but Cm:-fr Q 'R .3 Tom Metcalfe Ra Metzffer Y U J im Michael Carolyn Miller Patty Miller Bob Milligan Howard Mills James Mintier Bill Morey Ann Mosley Paula Myers Bill Myers Sandra Neff Sandi Nelson Cheryl Nichols Glen Nicks Mary O'Neil Mike Orewiler fl, gif, Qi PZ' Steve Organ Linda Paiffe if 'W Carole Park Karen Parker Pam Parnell Ed Parry 'E- fx! Phil and Melinda seemed quite noyed at the interruption Jeff Patton Denny Payne John Payne Dennis Phillips 1'- Janice Phillips lui Janie Phillips fflu L V Linda Phillips Gary Pietrangelo Nancy Piefer Barbara Pigman'!i Ui' Mike Porterfield Tonda Potts -7 , ' .f": Fred Rentz Richard Ressler X01 L Sue Rex Richard Ridenbaugh Alice Ridenour C4 Dave Rine Michael Rine Charles Robinson Mike Roeder , 4 x Rhonda Rohler VW' f1lfam,'2,4M! Mike Rowe X Laureene Schmidt J ' I " M 4 .- L -.1 gr., . .f ...Z Barbara Protz Benny Pruett Joanne Puhr Jerry Rafferty Linda Ramsey Steve Randall fvi 1 ,fm -ew-5 aio. g. v-- 2' Barb Scott Loretta Scott Steve Scott Steve Seavolt Patty Seitz Robert Shaffer Danny Shanabrook Deborah Shannon Steve Sheffer George Shira Ken Shoemaker Linda Shorts f tw, f I fx! Mrs Johnson gives Mike Meschner ad Elaine Snow Mary Snow Dick Snyder Rita Sovineg -Z 1141.65 " 42 111 w . iz,-U 1 VL Ifarlene Spearman .ludy Spearman r1'UVLinda Spearman Walter Sperry Earl Squires Sandy Stangler Don Stegman Brenda Steinmetz Linda Stevens ...rw """'-Q.. 5, V we Pamela Stout Linda Stringfellow .lean Stull Mary Lou Stull FN "IIS fx, , X , X l X 43a " 1 Warren Sturtevant Sharon Styers Theresa Sykes ohn Transue Carolyfn Truepc y71..UM? W Greg Talbott J ,QLAJQI7 Chris Mayer works T Turner the dark room. reasa Nancy Valentine Ronald VanHouten Carolyn Vannatta Jeneal Vannatta Earl Vernon Greg Vernon In ig I i' A Linda Vernon-147 MM CZWM7 ' f'4'u'7x 5 In Niel Vernon Tom Vernon Sharon Waddell Beverly Wagner Lynda Walker Robert Wallot 11.-:wx Ed Walter Vfbmg KAL Kay Walters Holger Warnecke David Weese CL LLJ7 Q,Cu.,V - Carol West Rodney Wiggins Dave Wiley Darrell Williams Ralph Williams Terry Wilmontte Melinda Wise Brenda Wolfe David Wolf 'QFVX Laura Wolford Dennis Woodland Howard Workman George Wright YI' - xii, 'Q-9, IWW UIQ, W x l fini 43.9 4-ng, IU' Teresa Sykes referees a brawl between Cindy and Jo Hess while Barb Lunn watches. L, Ruth Wright" Dave Wythe Don Yoakam Lynn Zieg David Zulandt John Kepple Carolyn Porter Dave Doup reinforces the wall .Mi ... 1, Mike Rine searches for a book in a typical senior's locker. ba l d V ',gf,9.f , Q l 5 ffl Cheryl Glibert and Pam Stout can't wait until school starts Senior boys whoop it up! 87 + Xfi- -..ues ' 'nl'.s. fi .' Qxwx' K' U" 1 ,mann ,',x' .ssn'u,,,-,u... ' ilu! u.",,,u -.,,r g . gul- :0 ":,.uhnl" U- ' un F' l vii" , ' sun' I. lg! 'lnxfalli 01 :'u, is o..' ll D QU, lp,"f1 lggyl ..' nl -Itlil ' u-gl I' nylon Innrvl Seniors Partake in B 40 X + Nu ,Q N 9 3 4 4 ..- :g"ia"i ' Dan Drew demonstrates his ability of making cows! Some seniors turn their interests other ways. f Variety of Activities fl 'P' Hall and Barb Pigmzm show seniors can Freddy. ff-'Y Ivy mf You mean some seniors take their studies seriously aid I wasnit pretty! Senior Summaries ABLES, J. R.: Pep Club 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4: Forum show act 3: Forum show escort 4. ADAMS, KAY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French Club 1: Latin Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1: Science Fair 1. AGNEW, CHUCK: Spanish Club 1: Pep Club 3: Science Fair 2: Office Worker 4. ALBERTH, MIKE: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Golf 3, 4: Science Fair 1. ALGIRE, ROGER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Football 1: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum show act 3. ALLEN, LAURA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French 1: Spanish Club 3: Science Fair 1. ANN.ABLE, NANCY: Student Council 4: Y- Teens 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Scholarship Team 1: National Honor Society 3, 4. ANNETT, JOHN: Football 1: Track 4. ANTILL, PHIL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1. ANTILL, RON: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ARQUILLA, TERRY: Y-Teens 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2. ASHCRAFT, SHIRLEY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Treas- urer 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1: Guidance Worker 4. AUSKINGS, PHIL: Spanish Club 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2: FORUM STAFF 4: Jacket Journal 4. AYERS, RODNEY: Pep Club 1, 2: Foot- ball 1, 2: Basketball 2: Science Fair 1. AYERS, WILLIAM: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Golf 3, 4: Science Fair 2. BALDWIN, ROBERT: Class Vice-President 3: Student Council 3, 4: Key Club 2: French Club 3, 4: Treasurer 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum show act 2: Forum Show escort 3: Science Fair 1. BALDWIN LEE: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. BALLAM, SYDNEY: Student Council 3: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Sci- ence Fair 1. BARR, JOHN: French Club 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1. BARTON, CONNIE: Student Council 1: FHA 1: GAA 1, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2: Latin Club 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 3. BECKLEY, KAY: Student Council 2, 3: GAA 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Forum show act 3: Scholarship Team 3. BEVINGTON, BILL C.: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2: Science Fair 2. BEVINGTON, BILL J.: Science Fair 1. BIEFNESS, JULIE: GAA 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Science Fair 1. BISHOP, LORRAINE: FHA 1: French Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Jacket Journal 3: Sci- ence 1: Quill 8: Scroll 3. BLACK, GARRY: Key Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum show act 3: Forum show escort 4: Boys State 3: Scholarship Team 1: National Honor Society 3, 4. BLADES, HELEN: Y-Teens 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship Team 2: Sci- ence Fair 1. BLUBAUGH, PAM: Choir 1, 2: Science Fair 2: C.Y.O. 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2. BOESTER, BARBARA: GAA 1, 2: Y- Teens 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2: Concert Band 1, 2: Library staff 4. BOSTWICK, HOLLY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3: Con- cert Band 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1. BOSTWICK, SUE: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2. BOWDEN, STEVE: BREECE, JOAN E.: FHA 4: Pep Club 3. BREITHAUPT, GEORGE: Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 4: Forum staff 4: Jacket Journal 4: Science Fair 1. BRIGGS, ANN: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3. BROWN, JORGEE: BROWN, LINDA: FHA 3, 4: Pep Club 1: BROWN, VAUGHN: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 2, 3. BRUNNER, DANN: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum show escort 2, 3. BUMPUS, TOM: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Team manager 1: Science Fair 1. BURCH, LINDA: FHA 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Choir 2. BURKE, ROBERT: Student Council 3: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Reporter 3: Vice-President 4: Forum show escort 4. BURSON, MARY ELLEN: FHA 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3. BURSON, MILES: Hi-Y 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Football 3: Science Fair 1. BUSH, TERRY: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Baseball 3, 4: Science Fair 1. BUTCHER, PAT: FHA 2, 3, 4: Historian 3: FHA State Choir 3, 4: Home Ec. Style Show. BYRD, JIM: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Baseball 1: Forum show escort 3: Science Fair 1, 2. CAMPBELL, RAY: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. CARR, LOIS: FHA 2: Pep Club 1: Sci- ence Fair l: Forum show usher 4. CHALFANT, CONNIE: Marching Band, sec- retary 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, secretary 1, 2, 3, 4. CHANCELLOR, SHARON: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Forum show attendant 3, 4: Science Fair 1. CHRISTOPHER, JOE: Basketball 1, 2. CLARK, HARLAN: Pep Club 3: Choir 3, 4: Science Fair 1. CLEMENS, MARLENE: FHA 4: St. Vin- cent CYO 2. CLEMENTS, RANDY: Key Club 2: 'Pep Club 2, 3: Vice-President 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 1, 2, 4: FORUM STAFF 4: co-editor: Forum show act 2: Forum show escort 3, 4. CLINE, CHRIS TERESA: GAA 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: FORUM STAFF 4: co-editor: Forum show act 2: Forum show court 3, 4: Homecoming Queen 4. CLIPSE, LARRY: Latin Club 2, 3: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. COE, CLYDE: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. CONSTANTIKES, THEODORA: FTA 2: Latin Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2: High School Play 2: Choir 1, 2, 3: Library staff 2, 3: Scholarship Team 3. COOK, RICK: Hi-Y 1: Latin Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Football 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Team Manager 4: Science Fair 1, 3. COOKE, BETTY JO: FHA 4. CRAW, JACK: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Science Fair 1, 4. CRAWFORD, PEGGY CREECH, BILL: FFA 3, 4. CRUMBAKER, TRACY: Latin Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 3, 4: Scholarship Team 2: Science Fair 1. CUNNINGHAM, MARY ANN: GAA 1: Y- Teens 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. DAINO, BOB: French Club 1, 2: Science Fair I. DANIELS, RON: DAVIS, DOLLIE: DAVIS, JOHN: DAVIS, RUDY: Spanish Club 3, 4: Choir il-P: Track 1, 4: Forum show act 2: Science air 1. DEAN, LARRY: Baseball 4. DEEM, FRED: DeLAUDER, RICHARD: DEMENT, JANET: FHA 1, FBLA 2, 3: French Club 1: Science Fair 1. DENNISON, CARY: Latin Club 3, 4: Vice- President 3: Treasurer 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Treasurer 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: Science Fair 1. DETMER, CAROL: GAA 3: Y-Teens 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Library staff 4: Forum show court 3. DIAL, JIM: DIAL, JOHN: French Club 1, 2: Vice- President 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys State alternate: National Honor Society 3, 4. DIAL, PHILLIP: Student Council 2: Key Club 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Master Sergeant 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Vedette 3: Forum show act 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1: Chess Team 4. DICE, CHERYL: G.A.A. 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3. DICKENSON, DAN: French Club 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1. DOUP, DAVID: Hi-Y 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Choir 1. ' DOUP, DELVIN: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 3: President 4: Student Council 4: President 4: Football 2, 3: Statistics Manager 4: Forum show escort 3, 4. DREW, DAN: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Marching Band, Manager 2, 3, 4: Concert Band, Manager 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1. DURST, BILL: Basketball 1, 2. EDGAR, CHERYL: EDGAR, DAVE: Key Club 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 2: Science Fair 1, 3. EDICK, MARY ELLEN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Senior Choir Vice-President 4. EMERY, JEFF: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 2: Football Manager 2, 3, 4: Track Manager 3, 4: Forum show l, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1. FERGUSON, DAVID: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Forum show act 2: Forum show escort 3. FERRIS, NORMA: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: March- ing Band 1: Style Show 1, 2, 4. FINKBEINER, SUSAN: Y-Teens: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Australian School, Hollywood Senior High School, 1964: Choir, Library staff, Science library cadet, Dramatics Club. FINNELL, LINDA: GAA 1: Pep Club 1. FISHER, CAROL: FHA 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Nurses staff 4. FOX, LINDA: FHA 2, 4: Science Fair 1: Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. FRAZEE, DAVE: Track 3, 4. FRIBLEY, PAT: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Team Manager 1, 2, 3. FRYE, DIANE: FHA 1: Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 2: Jacket Journal 3: Science Fair 1. FRYE, JACK: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Baseball 1, 2: Forum show act 3: Forum show escort 4. FRYE, RONITA: FHA 2: Pep Club 3. FUNK, ROXANNA: Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1. GARDNER, DIANE: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Main Office Assistant 4: Style Show 1, 2, 4. GAUMER, RICK: GENRE, SUSAN: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Con- cert Band 3, 4. GIFFIN, BOB: Science Fair 1. GLIBERT, CHERYL: Student Council 2: CAA 1, 2: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: President 2: Latin Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep lfglubll, 2, 3: Forum show act 4: Science air . GOODWIN, BRENDA: FHA 1: FBLA 3: Y- Teens 1, 2: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Science Fair 1. GORDON, KEITH: Hi-Y 1. GREER, DAVID: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3. GULLETT, GREG: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Sci- ence Fair"1, 2, 4. GUNIA, PATSY: FHA 2: Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. HALDEMAN, DENNY: Hi-Y 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2 HALL, CAROLE: FHA 4: GAA 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Science Fair 1: FFA Queen 4. HALL, MIKE: Science Fair 1. HAMILTON, DAVE: HAMMON, BOB: Hi-Y 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Track 1. HARMON, JERRY: Football Manager 3, 4: Track Manager 3: Science Fair 1. HARMON, SUE: FHA 4: GAA 2: Y-Teens 1, 2: Library staff 2, 3. HARNEY, LESLIE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Com- mittee Chairman 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: President 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sergeant 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 2: President 4: Dance Band 3, 4: Orchestra 2: Forum show act 4. HARRIS, JOHN: Hi-Y 1: President 1: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Football 1. HARRINGTON, JUDI: FHA 2, 3, 4: Secre- tary 4: Style Show 1, 3, 4: French Club 2. HARTMAN, ED: Latin Club 1: Pep Club 2: High School Play 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Forum show act 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Fair 1: Debate Team 4. HARTWICK, KATHY: Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: High School Play 3: Library staff 3, 4. HEINDL, JOSEPH: FFA 2, 3, 4. HELLWIG, MIKE: Projection Club 1, 2, 3. HELMS, JERRY: Latin Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4-: High School Play 2: Choir 4: Football 3: National Honor Society 3: 19, 170,711 grades at Jefferson Sr. High, Roanoke, a. HELSER, ANN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, is 3, 4: Secretary 3: Orchestra 1, 2: Science air 1. HENSLEY, BONNIE: FHA 2, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2: Choir 1: Library staff 1: Secretary 1: Math Club 1, 2: Sci- ence Fair 1: Flambeau Yearbook Staff CKentuckyJ 3: Tomahawk Trails Newspaper Staff 2, 3. HESS, CAROLYN: Latin Club 3: Guidance Office Assistant 3. HESS, CINDY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: FORUM STAFF 4: Jacket Journal 3, 4: Forum show act 3: Forum show court 4: Scholarship Team 2. HESS, DARLENE SUMMERS: FTA 1: Y- Teens 2: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Library staff 1, 2: Science Fair 1. HEWITT, PETE: HILES, CARY: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep ghib 1, 2, 3: Forum show act 3: Science air 1. 1-IILL, ALBERT: Football 1, 2, 3: Track , 2, 3. HILL, PAULETTE: FHA 4: GAA 1, 2, 3: Y-Teens 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. HOLMES, STAN: Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 4: Pep Club 1: High School Play 1: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4. HITE, NAN: Y-Teens 1, 2: French Club 1: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band, Majorette, 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Head Majorette 3, 4: Orchestra 2: FORUM STAFF 4: Jacket Joumal 4: Forum show act 3: Forum show court 4: Home- coming attendant 4: Co-chairman Senior Prom Committee 4.- HORN, SUE: Y-Teens 3: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 1: Pep Club 2, 3: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Corporal 2: Sergeant 3, 4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3: Sci- ence Fair 1. HORTON, JAMES: Projection Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1. HOSTETLER, KENT: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Sergeant of Arms 3: Spanish Club 1. HOULE, ELLEN: FHA 4: Y-Teens 1, 2: Art Club 3: Science Fair '1. HOUSEHOLDER, SUSAN: Y-Teens 2: Pep Club 1, 2. HULTS, STEVE: JACOBS, JACK: Key Club 2: Hi-Y 1: Pep Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Track is 2, 3, 4: Forum show escort 3, 4: Science air 1. JAMES, PEGGY: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Attendance Office Assistant 4. JOHNSON, TERRY: Spanish Club 4: Vice- President 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Track 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4. JONES, NANCY: FBLA 2, 3: Y-Teens 1: French Club 1, 2: Vedette 4: Scholarship Team 3: Science Fair 1. KEMPTON, JOHN: Class officer 1, 2: Treas- urer 1: Vice-President 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Science Fair 1, 2, 3. KEPPLE, JOHN: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Vedette 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1: National Honor Society 3, 4. KERRIN, DAVE: Spanish Club 1: Science Fair 1. KETTER, JON: KISER, RAY: KLINE, SHERRY: FHA 1, 4: FTA 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Secre- tary 1: Pep Club 2, 3: Jacket Journal 3: Scholarship Team 3: Science Fair 1: Style Show 1, 4: Main Office Assistant 4. KORIDUZKI, TAMARA: FHA 3, 4: Presi- dent 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Scholarship Team 3: Science Fair 1: National Honor Society 3, 4. KOST, GREG: Spanish Club 1, 2: Marching Band 1. KOST, RICH: Key Club 3: French Club 1, 2, 3: Marching Band 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Dance Band 1, 2, 3: Forum show act 2: Forum show escort 4. KREMPEL, BILL: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2. KUNDRAT, GREGG: Class officer, President 4: Student Council 4: Key Club 2, 3: French Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum show act 1, 2, Forum show escort 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. KUNKEL, CHUCK: Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. LANE, SUSIE: FHA 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Marching Band 1, Concert Band l. LAUGHREY, MARGARET: Y-Teems 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Marching Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 2, Orchestra 1, Vedette 2, Library staff 4. LAWSON, SHIRLEY: FHA 1, Pep Club 1, Style Show 1. LAYMON, CAROL: GAA 3, French Club 1, 2, Secretary 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, grchestra 2, Forum show act 2, Science air 1. LAYMON, JOE: French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4. LEIBEL, DON: Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Marching Band 1, 2. LEWIS, LINDA: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3. LOCKHART, LYNDA: LONG, GLORIA: FBLA 2 3' Secreta 3' 7 7 ry 5 Pep Club 1, 2, Science Fair 1. LORD, CARRIE: GAA 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Choir 1. LORIAUX, DEBI: Y-Teens 2, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Forum show court 3, Science Fair 1. LUNN, BARB: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Vedette 1, Library staff 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Guidance Office Assistant 4. LYBARGER, ANN: FHA 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4, GAA 1, French Club 1, Pep Club 2, 3. MARCHAND, CHRIS: Class officer, secre- tary 1, Baseball 1. MARKS, ALAN: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Marching Band 1, 2, Scholarship Team 3, Science Fair 1. MAYER, CHRISTOPHER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, Scholar- ship Team 1, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4. MAZZA, COLETTE: Class officer, treasurer 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4, Forum show act 2, Forum show attendant 3, Forum Queen 4, Homecoming attendant 3, Science Fair 1, Junior Olympic Queen 1. MENKE, DIANA: French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3. METCALFE, TOM: I-Ii-Y 1, 2. MCMARTNEY, MIKE: Hi-Y 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, FORUM STAFF 2, 3, 4, Jacket Journal 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 2, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Photographer 2, 3, 4. McCLENATHAN, CAROL: Student Council 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Latin Club 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2. McCLUSKEY, CHARLES: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2. 92 MCCULLEN, PATTI: French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Vedette 4, Science Fair 1. McCUNE, DWAYNE: French Club 3, Pep Club 3, High School Play 4, The Plains School, Plains, Ohio: Choir 1, 2, Marching Band 2, Team Manager 1, 2, Bank Teller 1. McKAY, SUSIE: Y-Teens 1, 2, Pep. Club 1, 2, 3. McKEE, BOB: Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. McKEE, SHERYL: Y-Teens 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Scholarship Team 2, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Nurse's Office Assistant 4. McKOWN, KATHY: FHA 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Jacket Journal 4, MCMAINS, STAN: French Club 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Football 1, Track 1, Team Man- ager 1, 2, Science Fair 1. McVAY, NELDON: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. MEIER, MARCIA: Pep Club 1, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2. MESCHER, MIKE: METZGER, RAY: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL, JIM: Class officer, president, Key Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, President 2, French Club I, 2, President 1, 2, High School Play 1, Dance Band 1, 2, Forum show act 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. MIDDLEMISS, DAWN: Pep Club 3, Choir 1, 3, Cheerleader 1. MILLS, CAROLYN: FBLA 2. MILLER, PATRICIA: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. MILLIGAN, BOB: MILLS, HOWARD: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Advisor 3, Treasurer 4. MINTIER, JIM: Hi-Y 1, Science Fair 1. MOSLEY, ANN: Y-Teens 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1. MYERS, BILL: Projectieon Club 3, High School Play 3, Choir 4. MYERS, PAULA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, French Club-1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Forum show act 3. NEFF, SANDY: Latin Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Choir 3, 4, Scholarship Team 3, History Club 2. NELSON, SANDI: FHA 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1. NICHOLLS, CHERYL: FHA 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Science Fair 1, Forum show usher. NICKS, GLEN: Hi-Y 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, Concert Band 1, 2, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. O'NElL, MARY: Student Council 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, W.A.M. KUpper Arlingtonb 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2. ORGAN, STEVE: FBLA 1, Marching Band 1, 2. OREWILER, MIKE: Spanish Club 1, 2, Marching Band 1, 2. PAIGE, LINDA: FHA 1, French Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Corporal 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Forum show act 4, Science Fair 1. PARK, CAROLE: FBLA 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, Library staff 3, Science Fair 1. PARKER, KAREN: FHA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, Pep Club 1, French Club 1, 2. PARNELL, PAM: GAA 1, FBLA 2, 3, Y- Teens 1, 2, Marching Band 1, 2, Concert Band 2. PARRY, ED: Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 3. PATTON, JEFF: Pep Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2. PAYNE, DENNIS: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1. PAYNE, JOHN: Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4, Forum show escort 4. PHILLIPS, DENNIS: Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Football 1, Track 1. PHILLIPS, JANICE: FHA 2, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Science Fair 1. PHILLIPS, LINDA: FHA 1, 2, FTA 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. PIETRANGELO, GARY: Pep Club 2, 3, Golf 2, Forum show act 3, Science Fair 1, 3. PIFER, NANCY: PIGMAN, BARBARA: Class officer, secre- tary 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, High School Play 2, 3, 4, Marching Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4, Forum show act 2, Forum show court 3, 4, Chairman of Ways and Means Committee 4, Science Fair 1. PORTER, CAROLYN: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4. PORTER, PAM: PORTERFIELD, MIKE: Key Club 3, French 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Scholarship Team 3, Science Fair 3, National Honor Society 3, 4. POTTS, TONDA: Class officer, secretary- treasurer 1, FHA 1, 2, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, Marching Band 1, Concert Band 1, FORUM STAFF 4, Jacket Journal 4, Forum show act 2, 3, Scholarship Team 1, Science Fair 1, fBladensburg High School IJ. PROTZ, BARBARA: FHA 4, Y-Teens 3, Spanish Club 3, Choir 1, 2, Science Fair 2. PUHR, JOANNE: Y-Teens 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 1, Marching Band 1, Concert Band 1, Jacket Joumal 4. RAFFERTY, JERRY: Hi-Y 1, 2, Track 2. RAMSEY, LINDA: RANDALL, STEVEN: Student Council 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Science Fair 1. RENTZ, FRED: French Club 1, 2, 3, Vice- President 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Concert Band 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Forum show escort 4, Science Fair 1, National Honor Society 3, 4. RESSLER, JAN: FHA 1, 2, 3. RESSLER, RICHARD: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. RIDENBAUGH, RICHARD: French Club 2. RIDENOUR, ALICE: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Cadet Band 1, 2, Forum show usher 2, 3. RINE, DAVE: French Club 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1. RINE, MIKE: Hi-Y 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Track 3, Team Manager 3. ROBISON, CHARLES: Projection Club 2, 33 Cadet Band 1, 2. 33 Forum show stage crew. ROHLER, RONNIE: French Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. ROSS, FRED: French Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 33 Science Fair 1, 2. ROWE, MICHEAL: Key Club lg Track 2, 3,43 SCHMIDT, LAUREENE: Y-Teens 23 French Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Concert Band 1: 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Forum show act 2, 43 Forum show court 3. SCOTT, BARBARLEE: Student Council 43 Y-Teens 1, 23 French Club 1, 23 Treasurer 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 FORUM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal 43 Forum show act 2g Forum show court 3g Forum show attendant 4. SCOTT. LORETTA: French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 1. SCO'I'T, STEVE: French Club 1, 2. 3. 43 Forum show escort 43 Science Fair 1. SEAVOLT, STEVE: FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 1. SEITZ, PATTY: Student Council 1g Y-Teens 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Choir 1, 43 Marching Band 13 Forum show act 23 Scholarship Team l3 Science Fair 13 tBladensburg High School U. SHAFFER, BOB: Pep Club 33 Football l, 2, 3. 43 Basketball 13 Track 1. 2. 3. SHANNON, DEBBIE: FHA 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 French Club 1. 23 Treasurer 13 Pep Club 1, 2. 33 High School Play 1, 33 Forum show act 3. SHEFFER, STEVE: French Club 1, 2. SHIRA, GEORGE: FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 33 Football l, 2, 33 Track 1, 2. SHOEMAKER, KEN: Pep Club 33 St. Vin- ccnt Basketball 23 Science Fair 2. SHOTTS, LINDA: FTA 43 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin 3, 43 Vice-President 33 French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1. 2. 33 Forum show acl 2, 3. SIMPSON, STEVE: FFA 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 33 FORUM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal 3, 4. SISK, SUE: FBLA 2, 33 French Club I. SKEEN, ANDY: Spanish Club 1, 23 Football 13 Track 13 Science Fair 1. SMITH, ANNA: FHA 1, 23 FBLA 2, 33 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 33 Vedette 4. SMITH, SUSIE: Class officer, secretary 43 Student Council 33 FHA 43 French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Library Staff 43 Forum irhowlcourt 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Science air . SNOW, ELAINE: GAA 23 French Club 13 Spanish Club 3, 4. SNOW, MARY: GAA 23 Science Fair 1. SNYDER, DICK: French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3g Vedette 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 1, 33 National Honor Society 3, 4. SPEARMAN, DARLENE: FHA 1, 43 Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 1, 2, 3. SPEARMAN, JUDY: GAA 3, Latin Club 1,23 Pep Club 2, 3. SPEARMAN, LINDA: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Style Show 1, 2, 3. SPERRY. WALTER: French Club 1, Pep Club 3. STANGLER, SANDRA: Class officer, vice- president 13 Student Council 3, 43 Y-Teens 33 Latin Club 23 French Club 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 3, 43 Treasurer 43 Library staff 1, 23 Forum show court 43 Homecoming Queen At- tendant I3 National Honor Society 3, 43 Scholarship Society 13 fAllegany Central School ll. STEGMAN, DON: Key Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 1. 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3g High School Plays 1, 2, 43 Marching Band 1, 2. 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3. 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Team Manager 23 FORUM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal 3, 43 Forum show act 1, 23 Scholar- ship Team 1, 23 Science Fair 1, 2, 3. STEINMETZ. BRENDA: Student Council 1, 2, 3. 43 Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 1, 43 President 43 French Club 1. 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Choir 2, 3. 43 Secretary 3g President 43 Library staff 33 Forum show act 23 Forum show court 33 Forum show attendant 43 Homecoming Attendant 43 Scholarship Team 1, 23 National Honor So- ciety 3, 4. STEVENS, LINDA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3g Latin Club 3. 43 Marching Band I, 2. 3, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Team 3. STOUT, PAM: Y-Teens 1, 23 Latin Club 23 Secretary 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Marching Band, majorette 1, 2, 33 Concert Band l, 2, 3. STRINGFELLOW, LINDA: Student Council 13 FHA 1, 23 Style Show 13 GAA 33 Gym leader 33 'FBLA 23 Latin Club 43 Pep Club 33 Choir 4. STROUSE, JERRY: STULL, JEAN : STURTEVANT, WARREN: Hi-Y 13 Spanish Club 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Track 2. STULL, MARY: STYERS, SHARON: FHA 13 Pep Club 1, 2. SYKES, THERESA: FTA 13 French Club 23 High School Play 1, 33 Choir 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 FORUM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal 43 Forum show act 23 Science Fair 1, 2. TALBOTT, GREGG: FFA 2, 33 Projection Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3g Football 1. TRANSUE, JOHN: Latin Club 1, 2g French Club 1, 23 Scholarship Team 1, 2. TRUEX, CAROLYN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2g Pep Club 2, 33 Marching Band 1, 23 Concert Band 1, 23 Orchestra 23 FOR- UM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal 43 Forum show act 3, 43 Science Fair 1. TURNER, TERESA: Science Fair 1. VALENTINE, NANCY: FHA 4g Pep Club 23 Science Fair 13 Guidance Assistant 43 Style Show. 1, 3, 4. VANHOUTEN, RON: Pep Club 1, 23 March- ing Band 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 1. VANNATTA, CAROLYN: Student Council 13 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 43 Spanish Club 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Concert Band 13 FORUM STAFF, Student Advisor 43 Jacket Journal 43 Forum show MC 43 Science Fair 1, 2, 33 Guidance Assistant 3. VANNATTA, JENEAL: Y-Teens 1, 2g Pep Club 2, 3g Choir 1, 2, 33 Marching Band, majorette 2, 3, 4g Science Fair 1. VERNON, EARL: Latin Club 3, 43 Science Fair 1. VERNON, GREG: French Club 1, 2. VERNON, LINDA: Y-Teens 33 Pep Club 2, 33 Choir 3, 43 Style Show 1. VERNON, NEAL: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. VERNON, TOM: Latin Club 4. WADDELL, SHARON: Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Treasurer 3, 43 Science Fair 4. WAGNER, BEV: FHA 1, 2, 43 Y-Teens 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 3. 43 Robe Chairman 3, 43 Forum show act 2, 3, 43 Science Fair 1. WALKER, LINDA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3. WALLOT, ROBERT: French Club 23 Science Fair 1. WALTER, ED: WALTERS, KAY: FBLA 33 Pep Club 33 Science Fair 1. WARNECKE, HOLGER: Hi-Y 13 Pep Club 23 Science Fair 1. WEESE, DAVID: Key Club 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 33 Marching Band 1, 23 Basketball 23 Scholarship Team 1, 23 Science Fair 1. WEST, CAROL: Student Council 2, 33 Y- Tcens 1, 2, 33 Latin Club 43 French Club 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Choir 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Vedette 3, 43 Forum show act 3, 43 Science Fair 2. 3. WIGGINS, RODNEY: French Club 1, 23 Class officers, Vice-President 43 Boys State 33 Science Fair 1, 33 National Honor Society 3, 4. WILEY, DAVID: Key Club 33 Class officer, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 23 French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Marching Band lg Con- cert Band 13 FORUM STAFF 43 Jacket Journal, editor, 43 Vedette 33 Library staff 23 Scholarship Team 33 Science Fair 1, 2. WILLIAMS, DARYL: Spanish Club '3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Forum show escort 43 Co-chairman Senior Prom Connnittee 4. WILLIAMS, RALPH: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3g French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Team Manager 1, 2, 33 Forum show act 4g Science Fair 1. WILMONTTE, TERRY: Student Council 33 FHA 13 GAA 1, 23 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Science Fair 1. WOLFE, BRENDA: FHA 13 Y-Teens 1, 23 Pep Club 1. WOLFE, DAVID: WOLFORD, LAURA: WOODLAND, DENNIS: Projection Club 3, 43 French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 33 Science Fair 1. WORKMAN, HOWARD: FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Scholar- ship Team 33 Science Fair 1. WRIGHT, GEORGE: Marching Band 1. WRIGHT, RUTH: FHA lg Y-Teens 13 French Club 1, 2, 33 FORUM STAFF 4g Jacket Journal 4. WYTHE, DAVID: Hi-Y 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Track 13 FORUM STAFF 2, 3, 43 Jacket Journal 2, 3, 43 Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4. YOAKAM, DON: Projection 3, 4. ZIEG, LYNN: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. ZULANDT, DAVE: C ass of Sixty-Seven Typical haughty juniors. Juniors add interest to any class. ,,"di,W ,. ' I Q A rw av? f Q Sharon Woolson tries to elude photographer. Class of 1967 officers are President Mark Ulrey, Vice President Terri Kuhlman Treasurer Linda Steinmetz, and Secretary Kathy Blair. -.1 Q A Q' f? '! xv f I Eff, L. Aff," l ' .1 .wife 4- 1 L Q., . fl Q' ,7 -A 1 ' . 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Q9 ,Mx 'V I Tom Knoff ' QT" 2" 'Tic f ' Marilyn Kofod ef -2 V- V 3 Nina Koriduzki L 9 , -,::,. , Mary Kerchn ,G f ,J 4 Teri Kuhlman Loretta Lehman S A, Cathy Lamb r 1" Judy Lane , A Q., , ' 161. J' 1 -. 1 A g ' 3,1 W n J, J X ,PWA .A A Q ile'iii "' . ' r ef ,W or Q fi' v V, Six nt , 1 . .f ,X ,9 i i' 1 ' J' Y, 9 f I n ,f J! , -va- for QQ r' 14" " V i Q ' I 4 X , M- Linda Marshall Mary Marshall John Mauler Jim Mayer Vickie Mayer J im McClusky Jerry McCord Steve McDonald Caroline McCrackin Shirley McDonald Chris Stansell and Sue Berry seem to like Tom Beach s i oke. Q K I MEM iw , 64 Q.. K -x - fv- faaix - -'G' 1 5 A 'G 7 'F' sf Ns' r f 1 , Q if Q is w , 1 'LEE ' We J fi'-' df mf5'f':3?: . A If 1 V'i:':'1" - ,l Kathy McCibney ' Doug McLarnan Mike McRill John Merrin Tom Metcalf Connie Miller Mibs Miller Regina Milligan Linda Millisor Alan Mills Jerry Mills Sharon Mills Lynne Montgomery John Moore Jackie Morton John Neighbarger Tom Neighbarger Sandy Neighbarger Barb Nethers Dennis Newton Cill Nicholson Darlene Nuce John Orange Dave Page John Pargeon i Harlan Park Becky .Parker Sue Parker Barbara Parrott Elizabeth Peck Sue Peck Mike Peterson Barb Phillipps Larry Pipes J im Poland Debbie Porter Charles Poulton Cathy Price Jenny Prushing Sarah Puffenbar Billy Purdy Shirley Quick Julie Radabaugh Mike Rafferty Dan Ralston Steve Reasoner Sharon Ressler Kathi Riggs Dave Riley Nancy Roberts ger Steve Lepley awakes from a period's sleep. as Q .. V . X . . k,,Q-- A: 0 in ' 5 i J " ' if . 'Es I N l 'f il, 45? if if- fs I I .iw .uh u 5 P . 4: 5 Y ?'.'i tml ' 'F ft it r y 1 Larry Robinson Marty Rousseau Betty Rummel Gary Rummel Bob Schmidt H Kathy Sellars N cv 'I J 1 ! i l4'4"!L '11 1 Ethel Senseman Linda Sentil Martin Seward J eff Shaffer fl ' 'Q' U . ily! .1 L 'r Aa Qu ! tu' 'NA .T- ,Nw Malik F, 4:-yd Bs Y'-D U52 , . ft. IN ,'ff.,.f4 .4 x w If '1 4, C' 'P l - ZH? , -5 I I nxt ff .xl y .Riff i , 11 8 fu.-g P gr r V in , s' 'Axeff 5 x .yy I ll I ,wel 'I 4. ik, JUNIOR MAKEUP Row One: Nancy Snow, Joyce Metz- ger, Linda Potes, JoAnn Perrine. Row Two: Ray Parry, Janet Singer, Jerry Wagner, Sandy Wright, Bob Shira. Row Three: Mike McClain, Andy Black, Larry Corbin, Frank Rector, John Saunders. .. N6 K8 5: . 'Q . NX Kar P sn. 1 'N 9 A5 g.. 3 .J M x , rg W fb:- X fs t ,sh we-, -I 'QT Jw-1' , J, , I v iii, fi I if. AEA v . e:- ' H 6 5 At I? , , QQ' 1. ' 1 Y .u l 9' ,- if 'H i f' ego . 9 lg- We-J 3. - .x 2, X X432 V, . will 5' it W ,J f A"f,.-fag,-A' 2 1' s,fg'3.'2?Z.e.?eelr ' Nancy Shaffer Diane Shanabrook Gregg Sheffield Racheal Shira Steve Shock Betty Shoman Becky Shrontz Robert Sillars Linda Siverwood Dick Simmons Marilyn Skeen Nancy Smallwood Dan Smith Diane Smith Elizibeth Smith Roy Smith Steve Smith Martha Sperry Margie Steele Ava Steinmetz Linda Steinmetz Rita Steinmetz Paulette Stevens Dick Still Dusty Stillings Wayne Stiltner Betty Stull Dick Sturgess Nancy Styers Delbert Summers 44' f' I ical-,ti fbincftft' Sarah Sutcliff Sue Szenas Mary Taylor Kay Thompson Sharon Tier Dann Todd John Trace Mark Ulery Lloyd Umphreys Ruth Underwood Margaret Vale Larry Vance Les Vance Pat Waggaman Bruce Wallace David Walker Norris Vlfallace Marie Walker Karen Wallace Nancy Walpole Becky Walton Mark Walton Peggy ,lo Warrick Roger Way Jack Welker Mary Wells CBarb Westenbarger Mike Wlxetsel Eddie White John White Judy White Ralph White Jane Wiley Ron Wilson Ruth Ann Wolfe Barb Wolfe Susie Wolf Carole Woodward Sue Woodward Sharon Woolison Sharon Woolson Steve Woolson Larry Yarman Mike York Barbara Young Q X, 1.5 W 4 'S A N, " ur A I Q L: .fl . i C' I , XX ' a 'Z U-Nl gl .D yr V rfb! , x , is Pb' '- .M sl 'M , l - ,.' i '53, ' 3 is Q:-, ue' Anim, A ' Q S W' Class of Sixty-Ei ht Dave Newton draws a self-portrait. Mr. Schlosser shows Karyn Sheffield a circle. 27731. 22 l f lf: J! sf, We Y I 4 . I V' I I -m t . -X.. he forgot his gym shoes. Joe Harding tells Mr. Thomas that v ' 1 I ,. .., ze C.: w-uilldwe xr 'T 'l i R 1 X,r wx I R . Xe r 10 km - xxx 35 ,.-- .Q . -,,,.f- if Connie Tinkle screams at special guest Becky Berger smiles as she plans to devour her dish of fruit. Row One: Joy Cithnes, Jane Duriex, Rhonda Steinmetz, Brenda Warner, Sharon Hall, Janet Beeman. Row Two: Judy Marshall, Chris Burson, Diane Shrimplin, Veronica May, Sherre Morrison, Norma Maer. Row Three: Linda Styers, Polly Adamson, Tinda Vasbinder, Carla Mauger. Row Four: Dwaine Frady, Tim Rector, Charlie Kerr, Dave Ma- gill, Joe Baughman. Row Five: Dave Llew- ellyn, Frank Owens, Bob Wolfe, Heritt Coon. Row One: Ellen Sellers, Yolanda Courson. Charlene Snyder, Joni Heighton, Bev Coe. Martina Arewiler, Cathy Burns. Row Two: Mary Bailes, Vicki Harwell, Debbie Busen- burg, Michelle Delporte, Jo Ann Looney, Bev Carpenter. Row Three: Karyn Sheffield. Carol Mossholder, Leatha Day, Sharon Sper- ling, Alita Mazza, Cheryl Llewellyn. Row Four: David Lowe, Frank Allen, Marilyn Cunningham, Ann Lepley, Dave Stricker. Mike Reasoner. Row Five: Jeff Litt, Dennis Suain, Terry VanHouten, Randy Frye, Jim Adams, Stanley Seavolt. Row One: Sharon Morrow, Pam Polland, Vicky Cothren, Avonell Vance, Judy Graves, Anne Starling. Row Two: Lynn Carricao, Vicki Riley, Stephanie Sparks, Joanne Cle- mens, Peggy Biefnes, Pat Hallman. Row Three: Edgar Annet, Pat Roberts, Beth Van F osslen, Becky Berger, Diana Cordrey, Bill Harris. Row Four: Claude Claybome, Jim Parker, Roger Carpenter, Alan Stegman, Mike Kellogg, Jack Parry. Row Five: Dick Stoutenburg, Dave Blue, Jim Jogan, Randy Daino, Jerry Gallogy. Dave Stricker and Dave Warrick are busy at their usual occu ation p . . . ing for the 2:4-5 bell. 1 V""N wait- ...l kk . vv H M , i'l,gW, 3, 'lingua--4 i Wi A lg? " Row One: Crystal Penick, Chris Taylor, Kaye King, Melanie Hogan, Diana Bross. Row Two: Charles Lincoln, Sue Moran, Phil Nichols, Connie Mealey, Ron Meharry. Row Three: Denny Miller, Emmson Foreman, Chuck Doup, John Wilson. Row Four: Frank Alberts, Charles Cunningham, Greg Richards, Jim Denhart. Row F ive: Ron Shumaker, Tom Beach. Row One: Barb Jewell, Barb Bone, Bev Wiseman, Belinda Baltzell, Mary Michael, Nancy Edwards, Mary Drew Allman. Row Two: Terri Tims, Cheryl Ott, Debbie An- drews, Theresa Henry, Jane Funk, Mary Straight. Row Three: Judy Anderson, Rhon- da Rutherford, Marsha Commins, Donna Bostic, Connie Rhodes. Row Four: Dave Strone, Bruce Kiracofe, Dan Watson, Soug Barry, Bill Headington, Charles Rockwell. Row Five: Vance Revennaugh, Lance Rev- ennaugh, John Breithaupt, Lance Coon, Jim Peterman, Steve Yerian. Bev Carpenter watches the camera while the rest of the class watches Mrs. Durham. Row One: Carol' Frye, Barb Ayres, Linda Eper, Barb Foster, Monte Beach, Sue Allen Steinmetz. Row Two: Nancy Smith, Connie Skeen, Trudy Naylor, Kathy Sheffer, Judy Jenkins, Lois Dial. Row Three: Tom Schmidt, Cathy Beight, Sue Foster, Judy Talbott, Jud Pealer. Row Four: Robert St. John, Jack Young, Craig Freedly, Robert Petry, Gene Curry, Paul Hays, Frank Frost. Row F ive: Ron Hunter, Charles-Armstrong, Phil Berg, Rick ldleman, Steve Boddy, Mike Helms. Row One: Elaine Beckholt, Pam Percival, Karen Vogt, Betsy West, Connie Sovine, Karen Horn, Janet Knox. Row Two: Carolyn McCalla, Diane Dickson, Kaila Donaldson, Patti Wilkinson, Barbara Beckholt, Carol Burson. Row Three: Barb Hill, Evelyn Heber- ling, Linda Downer, Kathy Bown, Katie Staats, Marcia Scott. Row Four: Ray Wol- ford, Tom Barton, Dennis Jackson, Jim Van Kampen, Kenneth Reeder. Row Five: Dave McCullen, Steve Lybarger, Larry Shumaker, Ken Keefer, David Button. Row One: Edda Carrico, Maxine Reynolds, Pat Keene, Carol Richards, Judi Auskings, Connie Tinkham. Row Two: Anita McGib- neny, Nedra Hurd, Dixie Laughrey, Carole Anderson, Margarette Cato. Row Three: Les Little, Mike Tanner, Bill Shaffer, Don Moore, Thomas Workman. Row Four: Steve Roeder, Steve Fullemann, Tim Shackle, Jeff Coffing, Jeff Curran. Row Five: J. T. Hol- land, Mike Crubaugh, Dave Cornwell, Steve Cockerham. ,,,,...,.,...c, , .- ' .- -......-,--da---q Row One: Sherrie Hoar, Sally Williamson, Trudy Ansel, Margie Hookway, Vickie Dailey, Susie Mechem, Wendy Burgess. Row Two: Barb Mintier, Vickie Mauler, Donna Cirppen, Phyllis Dial, Molly Hall, Barbara Staats. Row Three: Rod Ketter, Dwane Nu- gent, Julie Craw, Teresa Foster, Larry Brown, Rodney Graves. Row Four: Bob Heintz, Ed- die Bowden, Ralph Franks, Dave Metcalf, Mike Stevens, Dennis Nicholls. Row Five: Bob Jolliff, Mike Snow, Brad Morrow, Larry Wolfe, Tom Lawson, John Nist, Melvin Vance. Row One: Linda Mantor, Carleen Heindl, Debbie Bower, Karen Jackson, Rosalie De- Vore, Susan Mills. Row Two: Carol Essex, Vickie McCoy, Deney Piazze, Marcia Edger, Mary Lou Neff, Linda Willer. Row Three: Mike McPak, Patsy Pierson, Michelle Ward, Kathy Blair, Marilyn Hurlow, Tom Shultz. Row Four: Charles Baker, Bruce Lambillotte, Denny Miller, ,lim Seaman, Bill McConnell, Pat McClain. Row Five: Rodney Blair, Mike Smith, Arthur Eddy, Richard Barton, Dave Warner, Parl Highman. Bob Wolfe helps Ron Frye exercise his leg. E335igg1iftf.tf L' Row One: Carolyn Jackson, Pam Beach, Anita DeBoard, Betty Yarman, Linda King, Linda McElroy. Row Two: Joe Harding, Ron Oliver, Viola Hill, Becky Wolfe, Bill Neigh- barger, Harley Harvey. Row Three: Don Armstrong, Tom Graham, Phil Nybarger, Darwin Cagnon, Darrel Carson. Row Four: Mike Wade, John Baer, Gary Allerding, Ron Williams, Glen Lang. Row Five: Jim De- haven, Al Little, Joe Posey, Paul Crim, Keith Steinmetz. Row One: Shirley Pargeon, Mary Ellis, Becky White, Charlotte Bates, Pam Parrish. Row Two: Karen Wilson, Candy Holt, Nancy Dice, Patti Frye. Row Three: Ron White, Alan Vernon, Ken Graves, Joe Thompson, Danny Ball. Row Four: Tom Weir, Richard Ford, Dave Warrick, Charlie Parker, Dave Newton. Row Five: Tom Lapp, Dann Beaver, Terry Hall, Ron Purdy, Doug Neese, Doug Vogt. Row One: Doug Briggs, Gary Frye, Dwight Miller, Pat Hartwick, Dick Miller, Bill Weiss, Lyle Kreps. Row Two: Ron Goodwin, Terry Taylor, Lynn Rowe, Don Teal, Randy Davis, Mike Neipling, Roger Myers. Row Three: Harley Harvey, Steve Gamble, Tom Stacey, Ron O,Byrne, Marrill Orsborn, Bob Richards. Row Four: Bruce Hall, Tim Cline, Jeff Cunningham, Chuck Briant, George Kost, Mike Tear. Row Five: Dave Cocrhan, Marty Woodard, Hershel Thomas, Denny Cochran, Steve Hogan, Bobby Hines. Ck- X M-N .z' V KK. ...,..,,,-L , rf w M -K 'Q vi W U K v w-Xa ' 'P QA x I, V ,.,,,ss. fix .M f' 31, 'sv I - I Guess what's on his mind? Here he exhibits the serious side. llb The Man and the th Odroneic A Go-Co. "QI Q A , The smiling man pictured here is con- sidered by many as a clown and an intellect and a maniac and an excellent teacher. If two people meet him each has a different idea about him. Concerning Publications, more people know of him and don't even realize what he looks like. It is in Publications where the puzzle ends and the kind-hearted genius ap- pears. In Publications he gathers a diversified group of students and turns out Jacket Jour- nals, and Forums to a pace and amount never equaled in the history of our school. He cohorts, praises, whines, innovates, laughs, produces, amazes, and educates in many ways. Mr. Odroneic is a puzzle to some, but not to the Publication Staff. 'mg Mr Cqeeell lqughs mdebfully Dave Wythe and Mr. Cassell seem to be compatible here! Financial Head of Forum Assisting Mr. Oclroneic in Publications is Mr. Arthur Cassell. lVlr. Cassell is the father of three children and keeps husy by serving as chairman of the math department, in- structing at the Newark Branch of Ohio Stale, teaching a course at Cooper-Bessemer, and serving as an Advanced Math teacher. Having an equivalent of two lVlastcr's De- grees, Mr. Cassell's main responsibility to- wards Pulilications is handling subscriptions, hills, atls, financial arrangement for the Forum Show, and watering down some ol Mr. 0tlroneic's itleas. Wliile in high school, this hometown lioy was editor of the Jacket Journal. II7 Editor Randy Clements A dvertising Manager J oe Laymon Forum Staff of "66' Staff members at work! Typist Nancy Hite Advertising Phil Auskings Coping with sophomore class pictures. This year the Forum Staff served as the Forum-Jacket Journal staff. Since the Jacket Journal was aholished, then re-instated, memhers of the Forum staff also had key positions on the Jacket Journal. As examples of dual roles Carolyn Vannatta was Student Advisor of the Forum and Managing Editor of the Jacket Journal and Dave Jviley was Business lVlanager of the Forum and Editor of the Jacket Journal. This year's staff tried to put more emphasis on special areas of the hook and instituted a hroadening in the cov- erage of Homecoming, Forum Show, and athletics. The Forum was not reduced in size though there were cutbacks in organizations, athletics, activities, and staff. Student Advisor Carolyn Vannatta S ports J olm Payne Typist Barh Pigman 'x Editor Chris Cline II9 A dvertising Tonda Potts Copy Reader Theresa Sykes Randy enjoys being Homecoming Queen! '62, Subscriptions Carolyn Truex Music Don Stegman I 1 in X . r- Miss Coil our 'Silent Helperf, Business Manager Dave Wiley. Photo Editor Barb Scott Advertising Colette Mazza Copy Reader Ruth Wright. Photo Editor Cindy Hess. Mrs. Dunham, Steve Yerian, Mike Reeder, Dick Snyder, John Fulleman, Sarah Sutcliff, Debbi Porter, Carol West, Nancy Roberts, Ian Watson, Jack Kepple, Sharon Mills, Jeff Harris, Cathy Lamb, Mark Walton, and Dan Ralston exhibiting his intelligence. Veclette co-edi- tors: John Fulle- man and Mike Roeder. C 6 I1 I5 C . Many long and tiresome hours are spent by the Vedette staff in putting together Mount Vernon, High School's literary magazine. The Vedette con- sists of short stories, essays, poems, photographs, and art work. The Ve- dette is published annually under the supervision of Mrs. Kathryn Dunham. John Fulleman-leaving for a haircut? One of the busiest places around the school at noon is the Vedette bookstore. s 4 , V f+,z.f.,,,W '56 x 4 I , .L ,, 1 , Row I-Susie Smith, Shirley Quick, Sharon Morrow, Charlene Snyder, Carleen Heindl, Karen Parker, Diana Gardner. Row 2-Nina Koriduzki, Doris Gardner, Janet Giehl, Karen Jackson, Janet Biefnes, Alice Ridenour, Peggy Biefnes. Row 3-Tamara Koriduzki, Kathy lVlcKown, Nancy Valentine, Linda Burch, Carol Hall, Jo Ann Clements Row 4- Pat Butcher, Darlene Spearman, Barb Protz, Carolyn Porter, Brenda Warner, Patsy Pierson, Judy Anderson, Janice Phillips Row 5-Linda Lewis, Linda Brown, Peggy James, Judy Carrington, Becky Wolfe, Bev Wagner, Susan Woodward. ,A Future , Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America had permission to reorganize the second semester and took on all chores in the spirit of the old organization. Among various activities the club held teas, charity parties, dances, bake sales and an extensive orientation program for mem- bers. Always stressing the ideas of a club exist- ing in co-ordination with the ideals of the Home Economics program, the organization enjoyed a profitahle year. FHA OFFICERS-Tamara Koriduzki, Judy Anderson, Patsy Person Linda Brown, Ruth Ann Wolfe, Peggy James, Ann Laraby. Future Farmers of America This year the Future Farmers of America furthered the cause of young men with the zeal for agriculture. Highlights of the year include participation in various contests involving speeches and parliamentary procedure Q ,, and the annual FFA banquet. Special emphasis was placed on National FFA week with displays around the school and special radio announcements. Future Farmers is a unique organization because it con- tinues activities on a year-round basis even holding summer meetings. FFA crowned Carol Hall as their queen Row I-Virgil Everhoart. Mike Tanner, Toni Worknian, Dale Black, Dennis Payne, ,loc Heindl. Row 2--Neil Vernon, Bob Steward, Howard Workliian, Howard Mill, Jim Fowler, Charlie Kerr. Row 3-Clyde Coe, Keith Stenmetz, Dave Metcalf, Ray Campbell, Hill Fowler, Davie Fawcett, Tom Campbell. Row 4-Bill Krempel, ,lim Goodall, Lloyd Umphrey, Lynn Rowe, ,lim lVlcClusky, Doug: Brigg. Jeff Coffing. Phil Berg. Row 5-Bob Burk, Dean Durbin, Dick Ressler, Steve Seavolt, Lee Baldwin, Ron Humbert, Roger Talbot, Bob Schafer Row 6-Dave Kiracofe, Dennis Swain, Roscoe Davis, Bill Bevington, Dann Brunner, Charles McClusky, Steve Baldwin. 5 ,,l,Y I. Qs W' 1 E I I - I A " """"TJ """"""' 3 I lg 3 Q ,nf 37' 5 FFA OFFICERS: Row I-Delvin Doup, Steve Seavolt, Howard Mills Row 2-Tom Campbell, Keith Steinmetz Howard Worklnari, Charles lVlcCIusky. Q1 bl Y QQ Nr ' 4 B -- 1115! I26 Qs One FFA member looks liusy Slloveling Corn. WFEU THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS Q ,lf Howard Mills Iiddles with his thing-a-majigl .ax VP Q ..S K ' f, , I 4-f yn 1'1,11x 'Y f-1-M ,O IX ,1 -1 wx 'N - W lx , O 15 'S' 1 'I E' e a x., FFA members decorate the dls play case. or STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE FFA members socialize as well as work. 'lf Kr 03. G! rss. L bn l 'J -1 , 3 I r IQ-.- a ,--.- s Doug Brigg thinks, "That's a lot of bull!" I .1 1 l27 l Wlllilllliii Row Ont Jo How Kwren George Becky Walton Debby Gordon Trudy Ansel Susle Mechem Row Two S'mdy Stfm lc-1 Ten Kuhlman Ahh Mazza Bellnda Baltzell Mftrv Mlchael Row Three Lmda Stemmetz Shalon Chancellor Vlckl Bouchel ferry Humon Lmda Mar hall N'1ncy Eclwalds Row Four Nwncy Annable B1encl1 Ste1nmet7 Bubulce Kay Scott Colette Mazzw Sharon Conkle Rhonda Rutherford Sherrl MOFIISOH Row Fwc Mlke York Dunk SIIIHIIOIIQ Jun Jolmqon Bob Baldwm Row Sn Steve Fox Dav1dWarr1ck Crew, Kundrat tudent Council Student Council worked in many areas this year with the most impor- tant heing the sponsorship of Home- coming activities. Always serving as a Weathervane for student opinion, the Student Coun- cil started many innovations in the school life. The advisor of the organization is Mr. Robert Thompson. Under his prodding the Student Curriculum Guide was revised. Mr. Thompson, advisor, helps lift a ladder to dec- orate for one of their dances. .7 7 '+I W f Executive committee of Student Council, Row One: Karen George, Barb Scott, Becky Walton, Sharon Chancellor. Row Two: Sharon Conkle, Colette Mazza, Brenda Stein- metz, Mr. Thompson, advisor. Row Three: Gregg Kundrat, Bob Baldwin, Jim Johnson. Marching Band Row One: Sandy Wright, Debbie Cordon, Nancy Hite, Jane Durieux. Charlie Kerr, Tom Schmidt, Roger Myers, Dave McCullen, Don Stegman, ,lohn Nist, Barb Bone, Karen Sheffield, Jeneal Vannatta, Kathy Blair. Row Two: Joyce Metzger, Dick Antill, Linda Stevens, Sandy Stangler, Sue Horn, Carol Heinlein, Donna Crippen, Karen Wilson, Doug Berry, Peggy Jo Warrick, Jim Lybarger, ,lim Peterman, Phil Dial, Craig Friedli, Jim Daily, Mr. Bechtel. Row Three: Paula Myers, Helen Daniels, Susan Genre, Carol Lay- mon, Cheryl Dice, Nancy Roberts, Judy Marshall, Bruce Kiracofe, Laureene Schmidt, Mary Ann Baube, Letha Day, Betty Rummel, Eddie Hartman. Row Four: Dave Gossett, Bev Wiseman, Candy Holt,Joni Heighton, Theresa Henry, Tracy Crumbaker, Dave Stricker, Greg Sheffield, Rick Carrick, John Orange, Gary Frye, Doug Briggs, Mark Holm. Row Five: Sue Szenas, Cheryl Donaldson, Leslie Harney, Jeff Harris, lan Watson, John Wilson. Dave Edhar, Charlotte Donaldson. Liz Smith. Band Camp can be fun! What did you put in your coke. Charlie? N2 The 1965 Marching Band was one of the hardest working and most determined in many years. As usual work began the last two weeks of August at Band Camp. After many hours of preparation, the half-time shows were very well accepted. Not only did the band perform at Mount Vernon football games, but they also journeyed to Gambier to participate in Kenyon's Homecoming activities. Also, the band takes part in many parades, and small groups provide spirit and enthusiasm at Pep Rallies. , ,Q . ' - .ze-:!ff'K'f', , -h M gn' L W gn. 7 5 'K l,,,'fQT. , A ' iff Q? SA a 3,1 , Q f , W mf f 337, was '...rL '. V 4. f. . v .... ,.. - I if , . . .-4 .J .1 - -tJ.'??'9rQ1 f-i.N17'3 The band performs intricate drills for half time. 9 as 1-.. 1' r t f if V ' ' 'lt acl . --.1 4 F at .. s - SECTION LEADERS Row One: Dick Antill, Nan Hite, Eddie Hartman, Phil Dial. Row Two: Cheryl Dice, Peggy Warrick, Carol Laymon, Les Harney, Tracy Crumbaker. Row Three: Sue Horn, Nancy Roberts, Jeff Harris, Mark Holm. Q Els T Bawana Bechtel! R .2 W at . 1 i .Q 3 'Pa A X don. Twirlers The 1965-66 majorette squad under the leadership of head majorette Nancy Hite can add another successful year to their record. The girls spent many long hours during the summer and fall months Working on their many routines and marches. Drum Major Dick Antill was also an added attraction to the band. He Won first prize at the New York W'orld's Fair last summer. ff f-4 .,, gift" , X4 ' fffisw mf? wt' J 923 l MAJORETTES: Jeneal Vannatta, Karyn Sheffield, Nancy Hite, Kathryn Blair, Sandra Wright, Debby Gor- IQ Q 'Q Drum Major: Dick Antill Majorettes trying to decide who has the routine right! Concert Band Flutes and Clarinets: Peggy Jo Warrick, Judy Marshall, Carol Low Brass and Woodwind: Carol Laymon, Ann Helser, Heinlein, Barb Mintier. Row Two: Leslie Harney, Sandy Joni Heighton, Debbie Gordon, Row Two: Cheryl Dice, Stangler, Cheryl Donaldson. Row Three: Sue Horn, Liz Smith, Doug Barry, Linda Daniels, Linda Flecknoe. Row Three: Sue Szenas, Joyce Met- zger, Charlotte Donald- son. Row Four: Linda Paige, John Orange, Ian Watson, John Wil- son, Dave Edgar, Jeff Harris. Kathy Blair, Karen Sheffield, Linda Ste- vens, Donna Crippen. Percussion: Jane Durieux, Tom Schmidt, Don Stegman, Roger Myers. F. Horns and Alto Sax.: Nancy Roberts, Laureene Schmidt, Bruce Kiracofe, Mary Ann Baube. Betty Rummel, Ed Hart- man, Nancy Hite, Susan Genre, Paula Myers, Letha Day. Trumpets and Trombones: Jim Lybarger Craig Friedli, Phil Dial. Row Two: David Stricker, Beverly Wiseman, Theresa Henry, Greg Sheffield. Row Three: Mark Holm, David Gosset, Tracy Crumbaker, Richard Carrick, Cary Frye. Row One: Leslie Harney, Scott Curfman, Ed Hartman, Paul Frost, Barb Bone. Row Two: ,lim Michael, Craig Friedli, Phil Dial. Ann Wiester, Jim Peterman. Row Three: Jeff Harris, Greg Sheffield, Mark Holm, Gary Frye, Rick Carrick. Row Four: Roger Myers, Tom Schmidt. Mellow 3 Jackets 'X Besides playing for the Y-Teen for- mal and competing in a state-wide band contest the Mellow Jackets had a vital role in the Forum show. Mr. Bechtel, Mellow Jacket Director, relaxes at a football game. Row One: Theresa Henry, Carol West. Row Two: Judy Bennet, Theresa Sykes, Beverly Coe, Doug Vogt, Jeff Harris. Row Three: Dick Antill, Ann Kahrl, Karla Manger, Bruce Babcock, Larry Yarman. rehestra Has Another Fine Year Row One: Mary Ann Baube, Laureene Schmidt, Nancy Roberts. Row Two: Susan Szenas, Charlotte Donaldson, Peggy Jo War- rick, Carol Heinlein. S Row One: James Peterman, Richard Carrick, Tracy Crumbaker, Gary Frye, Craig Friedli. Row Two: Jane Durieux, Don Stegman, David Edgar. CHOIR OFFICERS: Row 1-Carolyn Porter Row 2 -Becky Walton, Beverly Wagner, Jamie Dallyg Row 3-Linda Steinmetz, Ann Earnest, Eddie Ayers, Mary Ellen Edick, 1' ,-. f - fw Row 1-Pat McLain, Robert St. John, Stanley Sea- volt, Tom Stultzg Row 2-Bill Myers, Ed Ayers, Dennis Newton, Alan Stegman, Harlan Clark, Row 3 --Tim Barton, Gregg Kundrat, Jim Poland, Rudy Davis, Tom Barton. Senior Choir Row 1-Rosalie De Vore, Sharon Morrow, Janet Riefnes, Yolanda Courson, Carolyn Porter. Row 2-Anna Graham, Ann Earnest, Carolyn Hillier, Linda Steinmetz, Marilee Harrison, Theresa Sykes, Margarette Cato. Row 3-Patsy Gunia, Ava Steinmetz, Bev Wagner, Linda Stringfellow, Sally Rudin, Sandra Neff, Pat Miller. Row 1-Linda Mantor, Jane Wiley, Becky Walton, Sandy Wright, Jamie Dally. Row 2-Yvonne Daulbert, Judy Senseman, Janet Singer, Mary Ellen Edick, Veronica May, Lorraine Hughes. Row 3-Pat Dunham, Sharon Sperling, Sue DeWinter, Mary Jane Clark, Linda Vernon, Norma Ferris. . link? 1 The Makin of an utstandin Band Faces tell the story with expressions. Practice in the cool of the hangar is graciously accepted. ff' "ns 91 .' wg ,W aff -- X Look at them legs! f' OFFICE HELPERS: Left to right, Jim Daily, Dick Antill, Edwin Ayers, Mr. Bechtel fDirectorJ. Sharon is wondering if Mrs. Johnson and Barb know what they are doing. Guidance Worliers The Guidance Helpers are always busy running errands. They spend much of their time filing, alphahetiz- ing, and delivering pupil permits for guidance conferences. They are also carriers of permanent records to and from the main office. Aside from the humorous incidents which seem to oc- cur in the guidance office, the girls think they gain valuable experience in public relations. Row One: Melinda Wise, Linda Steinmetz, Sharon Chancellor, Susie Smith. Row Two: Nancy Valentine, Linda Mar- shall, Sharon Woolison, Terri Kuhlman, Ann Helser. Row One: Sherry Kline, Jo Hess, Diana Gardner. Row Two Chuck Agnew Lo Jim Johnson. ffice Assistants Office Helpers save the secretaries many steps during a day. They are busy delivering notes and packages to classes, taking mail downtown, and helping the secretaries in filing. In order to work in the office they must maintain good grades and be dependa- ble. Chuck Agnew seems to be involved in his work. .. A .. '! -. I I1 Q Q' av-Q sg, .N , t v fwli LL... 2 ,gt S5 lll'S6 , tt Helpers tpilveglri its fi! ni The students pictured on this page assist Mrs. Margret Baughman in her V 'xiii' ' many duties. Despite being cutdown in service fMrs. Baughman was only on duty Monday and Wednesdayj, the stu- dents continued in their duties of as- sisting in physical tests, running mes- sages, nabbing students, and staying on duty in the Nurses Lounge. I ack Young plays nurse with Judy Graves. Sheryl McKee, Judy Graves, Jack Young, Linda Dial, Carol Fisher. mf ' Q 5 f l' TN 1' -wx' ul! 'E lk .'.-Ki w 1 Row One: Mrs. Denmen, Cheryl Nichols, Peggy James, Janet Dement. Row Two: Linda Burch, Martin Seward, Ann Briggs, Nancy J ones. Attendance, and P.A. Speakers Mrs. Denman heads a crew of busy helpers. They gather attendance slips every period, record them on the daily attendance sheet, and check for possible cuts. The attendance office is always busy making out re-entry slips to class rooms. The familiar voices we hear daily are the P. A. announ- cers. We would surely be lost without their reports of events. Peggy collects attendance reports. uHave a good day! ! I l" "Good morning! ! .M,f1. 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'5 3 Q ' 1, .,f A, . .A ,,, ' I 'A " . . 4 ., ,fm ,g - i ,ggxga-4. - lx 'ALQQEFQF f r f 7 3" L . xv I r f I 5 ' " a 'Q 1 u .5 J , ip' V JL, 5 Q, ,f A ," G ,:f'f'?g. wir' .111 -4,4 17 I "f 5. 5 5 Q ,f Sgt -0- ,W f'X1 4 v if ,Y ,W A fe?-gfxffxs iw N '1 tfj pf-,I Z- 1 ' ' ,-.,. 1, ' Forum Photographers Q? J im Mayer, Chris Mayer, Dave Wythe, Mike McCartney .fi R +1 vm Q- . 4 Q, if-'QA Q n Rosalie DeVore. Lynn Montgomery, Ed Hartman, Barbara Piglnan, Dave Fawcett, Rick Bennett. Steve Shock, and Jeff Emery are shown in a scene from the play. RUMPELSTILTSKIN This year Mr. William Simpson introduced something new in the way of plays. Rumpelstiltskin, a children's play, was pro- duced. Performed three times, the play may set a precedent for the grade school children. Mrs. Ann Simpson' assisted her husband hy raking charge of Rumpelstiltskin Mother H ulda Millefs daughter M iller's wife Miller K ing King's son Karen Ladies-in-wrziting Guards Student director Stage hands Donald Stegman Linda Perle Lynn Montgomery Barbara Pigman Ed Hartman Steve Shock Rick Bennett Rosalie DeVore Jenny Prushing, Mary Ann Baube .leff Emery, Dave Fawcett Debbie Porter Duanye Nugent, Jim Lybarger "You will not harm her fx '75 KNEE- ' ,Lt P. .g- f I CAN'T give you my baby!" 4. "I am King, now!" Claire busily gets her books from her locker. Claire seems to be studying hard. Continental Guest This year our foreign exchange student was Claire Dumont from France. Claire graduated from the equivalent of our American high school in France, and wanted to study in America a year before pursuing higher education in her homeland. In France Claire lives with her family fone younger brother and sisterj in the suliurlms of Paris. In America Claire lived with the John Ful- leman family. Studying speech, American history, Eng- lish 11 and 12, Senior Social Studies, and Journalism, occupied her school day. "'N Claire is 'i fine example of France Brenda descends the runway. A' O A IX s it ,,d W.,,dd T 'iff r 33551 ff nfiQtf't?5' gu i' ,ifd ' ane Pilotti crowns Brenda "Junior Miss of Knox County for 1966.35 Brenda playing with her dog, Pepe. X Our Junior Miss Brenda Steinmetz was selected as the Knox County Junior Miss this year. Chosen at the Thanksgiving pageant, Brenda defeated county competition and was awarded the title and a trip to Xenia for state competition. She was cast in the roll of trail- blazer at the state competition since she was first to tryout in the cate- gories of talent and interview. - f T i 1 xiii I I , i, , 4 If s 5 ff, I f ', - -4 4 Mayor Kinney presents Brenda with a cita- tion. 1.7 ore of a Year t These Seniors, Jim Johnson and Chuck Agnew seem to Senior Dave Wythe even takes time out to study! i 1 Jenny stands out in the Cr0Wd. enjoy teasing Junior Jo Hess. C, s-x.....f Fxx. 'Sf IS. K If I had a '15 I i X! .v..,..K,.., ..,f .tx L x M Jw' ,yep V PM f M Q. ,WV A M . 1,5 4.4 My MW 'YWAQ ,M ja, H, "-,mssw . K .Q A lx .-E , x 4 ffm, .,. . I . 1' A , X, ' gal L . -' A ,gl va-.A -54 wa 1 4 i , ,Mg . X . 'Q 'Q X www f' Y," - - JT rs " An" . " U C f ' .fi . .mx ' x Guess Who? ' A A , " 1 I . 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Senior Attendant Nancy Hite Senior Attendants enjoy their ride to the Pep Rally. The girl who intercepts Gregg's passes! Junior Attendant Linda Steinmetz. Junior Attendant Jo Hess ueen and Attendants were announced. Mr. Jump gives pep talk Y Something seems to be funny! an X , ,gm . M. Q .. A " I 'Q ' if " 5 I v"Q N . NJ" v " "H 2, wr-'Qs:wvs"' 5,23 3i!'.L'Bvf-if ,, -,gg-, :J v14f,0:j:1,w 'f -, ha v4fuM:,,,.1gv W'mW" . 47' 4 M !44v4fr" '1 ' - l ,, 5f44fu44:g:,5,, 'I 'f::1:':1444'v4f"""""xv " . QA 1--nv , '4"'1",,",,',14fv , '11ug,p4w:g'4'?1,,,,44,y14 , 'u4u1A444-144 04' ::r:ux44-p14'v22f,4"w':1 :'I1::1144 V nuuw4'vn4,,,44444 , ,:::::x:14-1444i 4fn-113, ""v14+:,'3,,,,,,14 4. fn A4 ,'g,w'f?fII!:1'a"444+"""',,,MM',,.' -:1nnnx:v41o444"2",'.ro4'Q2x "UFO-svn 44' v -fs N +14 X i Q 4 'fZ12r::'m'+4'743?ii"54w' H: 10 .. 5 ..-1 T' x S .. - Qwlq Ks M- ""Q I'-"' g"'Cwf I' I .57 3? Mix J, 5 iw, i X. '1 il tv 3 ul s' ---H' 3 K V0 3' O Aa I wragzli xx - J I , 5y1xa, Introduction of Queen Chris and escort Randy Clements over Jacket victory Introduction of Queen and Attendants I6I Dick Cornwell and Doug Leonard are happy ma gg Forum Queen - Colette Mazza ueen and Escort Queen Colette has been active in G.A.A., French Club, Y-Teens, the Forum, Student Council and was elected by her class in her freshman year as Jr. Olympic Queen. Last year she was a Junior Attendant for Homecoming and Forum Show. The 1966 Forum Queen is Colette Mazza. Colette receives tradition bracelet. Attendants l 9-0 Q1 5 .. -w g,Y'1Ql'ff gk Q-4""" Brenclw Stemmetz, Garry Black, Sharon Chancellor John Payne Barb Scott R1ch1e Kost funzor Attendants: ,lo Hess, Bruce Farchild, Linda Stelnmetz Greco Kundrat Tern Harmon Burl Dlckens ueen Colette and ,lick hcnior Attendants: Crown-bearers: Serita an Junior Attendants seem to enjoy dress rehearsal. Production Staff Emcees Carolyn Vannatta and Dave Wiley. JT 3 ji X Mr. Odroneic presents Miss Nancy Stillwell with roses Stage crew: Dave Cosset, Mike McClain, ,lim Poland, George Breithaupt, Alan Stegman, Dave Walker, Dennis Newton, Dennis Woodland, Mike Peterson, Keith Evener, Jeff Emery, Charles Robison, and Don Yoakam. V if LKN- ,, I Forum Courts The Court awaits the opening of the show. SENIOR COURT Karen George and Dan L. to R.: Cindy Hess escorted by Jack Fry, Chris Cline escorted by Randy Clements, Sherrie Conkle escorted by Steve Scott, Barb Pi man escorted b Bob Burke Susie Smith escorted b Del Dou , Sandy Stangler escorted by Mark Holm, Nancy Hite g Y 9 Y P escorted by Fred Rentz. in !! Q X lf Q y , 1 U 1 gs ' ,, .. ffjiirk sg rf? inns, I' ,fx fi' V 1: - lg I 4 . ,. -.N i y w, -Q r ,' . 'N R. UA.: l - . , Q f x . f 4 ' "5"--A-t -'w--..f.-- 'Ts-y.-.fav-f' . I Barb Pigman and her flour-sack gown. 'Straw , X , ,,f':fZf'4IPl Another shot at dress rehearsal. I Hlte 'md Fred Rentz-Choreographers. bg nu 11 I k , Q- 5 ' -l 'sf f 1.s' fl A fl ' ' tfftt s ' bf" . 'x u .N . 4 ' jrhmll - J A, 1 , ,f X Q N . Q 7 y .u ' - , X ,' I I ' A gf- vt ' . ' s '1-a "'1'1 JUNIOR COURT Linda Marshall escorted by Les Vance, Vicki Boucher escorted by Dan Brunner, Karen George escorted by Dan Ralston, Nanci Frye escorted by Darel Williams, Sharon Woolson escorted by Mike Wetsel, Kathy Riggs escorted by J. R. Ables, Terri Kulman escorted by Skip Bevington. Forum Show Acts C5- 142 n ,,'1.N' 'oar an Cal? Q! The V agabonds--Joni Heighton, Patsy Pierson, Brenda Warner, Karyn Sheffield, Teresa Henry, Judy Anderson, Becky Berger, Connie Rhodes. The Dizzy Dots-Pat Waggaman, Jeff Harris, Barb Nethers, Dick Simmons, Mary Kuehn, Steve Baldwin, Margie Magill, Tom Beach, Janice Baker, Bob Brown, Suzanne Berry, Richard Hawkins, Vicki Mayer, Bob Schmidt. ax Q- n fx . Q fn 1 I r I-,,'4sf gn ',of c c W 1 , ' az' "e",gc , rv ,n-1, " 'i ll" 'ru -o ! 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Q 4 I v '- - A I SENIOR SOPHISTICATES Les Harney, Eddie Hartman, Linda Paige, Mike Alberth, Laureen Schmidt, Willie Ayers, Carolyn Truex, Jeff Patton, Carol West, Jim Michael, Susie McKay, Ralph Williams, Cheryl Clibert, John Ketter. If 'J ' Ziyi: 4.8 . .wx 4-5 ,'r', " s 4 . Lf.. y, 1 v- 'n 4 in Hifd " '--I fl 'fill s 'N . . . ' g , .1 s 'xx' r 1 - - -. , f - - - , - s fx . X N s' 1' ."q':" . -' '4 ,-', . if 4, Q, ' B. ' ,I ,w.- A v+1-V'-f-.zav .-f M - v's, , .'v. '5'. ...wx . ', . - -',. 4. ' 3,-f K, ,, . '.'- 1 e v- N f."r.l ' ly y ' 'lx .' , ""' jg i.-JXU, , X K -j-,.-.,. , U Y s, ,-,,-.' s -nur S ,, n 257. ' -. -. X. nf ' l I V 4.1 . - .. ' N- x M . ,.1 X. 7 .4 Q f,s",. ' . P. , f4ftN,'.A , m - 1 4, . ,. 4 xg x K I. 5' ,'q , 'V N r Q5 .. , Nr.. ,. x'S'. 'fr "4 kr . :fl Q 'N I ,. dw., A .. .,x.,,. -. 1.4 ., , .' , S,-. -.-- ,i , -.,-s. , 5 ' ao' . ' H I y I. A "4 ,-'s',.,, Qin If . s ' - NIV fi - ai. f -- -4 ,.-.-...Jimi I x L- Lx' 4, ,. , fe ,, ,A A. 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'. -A 1 V V 14- THE GOLFETTES Deney Piazze, Marcia Commins, Trudy Ansel, Sherrie Morrison, Mary Ellis, Ann Lepley, Diana Shrimplin, Rhonda Rutherford, Linda Mantor. 'ifeflg' S GDC' If I ll api '-.plilll ' fl' , H Q Q mi X . xii , , K f 1.5 3? : L 12 21, fn -- f l tilillitlgv, X . v :M--W t .35 X A. . H! iizlll - "' 'Nl a l 1 Q , A x , I 1 ' X lx ,l ll l n 4 , . X l - Q 1 I ian ' : J . I l l t 'X f - ----' "' y A . , 3 :Q 12 di g, ' , - , 5 '.', f J :A !l!l ' lrft Q - I- '4--f ii. ' ,' imlillj ' 1 '. ""' I , :Q gg x - , r 1 l ' . J Q Linda Walker and Ted Becker work on stage decorations. A I Look! lim not ffoinff to tell ou avain. an D Y an Don't do it that way, do it this way. f, X , 4 . ...M . . ,.W....- ,,,, ...WX Gee, I wonder if it's worth it! 351 gl Carolyn and Dave prepare for the big night. X If I'm seventeen I How big did you say Carolyn? You think I'm doing that! And down it comes. Let's go, man! 1 'G ,H w H -- M fy " - ' ww ,gan 4 ., .. 1 iii? X ,M gggwxqw , A, 'il 'V 5 pl I Y 1965 Fighting Yellow Jackets Row Three: Manager-Rick Cook, Mike Grubaugh, Chuck Hill, Larry Yarman, Walt Hensley, Mike Whetsel, Jim Campbell, Paul Highman, Mike Dehaven, Tim Cotton, Dick Cornwell, Ray Perry, Dick Simmons, Doug Lenard, Tom Neighbarger, Tom Beach. Row Two: Manager-Jeff Emery, Gary Hummel, Jim Dehaven, Mark Ulrey, Terry Johnson, Howard Workman, Gary Dennison, Fred Rentz, Dann Brunner, Jeff Patton, Larry Clipse, Gary Keene, Bruce Fairchild, Dave Gillespie. Row One: Manager-Jerry Har- mon, Steve Simpson, Chuck Kunkel, John Dial, John Payne, Bob Baldwin, Gregg Kundrat, Randy Clements, Jim Byrd, Daryl Williams, Rudy Davis, Jack Jacobs, Bob Shaffer. Mount Vernon. . . .... 20 Coshocton . . . . . . 22 Mount Vernon. . . . . .28 Mansfield . . . . . 0 Mount Vernon. . . . . .30 Grandview . . . . . 0 Mount Vernon. . . . . . 8 Whitehall . . . . . . . l2 Mount Vernon. . . .... 20 Bexley . . . . . 0 Mount Vernon. . . . . .50 Delaware ..... . . . . . . 0 Mount Vernon. . . .... 20 Upper Arlington . . . . . 32 Mount Vernon. . . . . . 0 W'orthington . . . . . . T4 Mount Vernon. . . . . .20 Urbana . . . . . . . 6 Mount Vernon. . . . . . 6 Ashland . . . . . . 38 The Fighting Yellow Jackets of 1965 finished their season with a 5-5 record. The Yellow Jackets, plagued with injuries at key positions throughout the year and with an under-manned coaching staff, did not live up to their pre-season predictions. The Jackets met with unnecessary defeats in games with Coshocton and Whitehall. In their other three losses. they were soundly beaten by Upper Arlington, Worthington, and Ashland. The -bright spots of the 1-zunpaign were victories over Madison, Grandview, Bexley, Urhanna, and the 50-0 Homecoming victory over Delaware. l78 Assistant Coach Assistant Coach DEL CORNWELL JACK HAZEN Head Coach JIM SPICER SENIOR JACKETS Row One: 75 Steve Simpson, 71 Ensel Kunkle, 20 Bob Baldwin, 841 Randy Clements, 19 Gregg Kundrat, 68 Daryl Wil- liams, 114 Jim Byrd, 80 Jack Jacobs. Row Two: 73 Rudy Davis, 83 John Dial, 66 Cary Dennison, 72 Howard Workman 74 John Payne, 64 Larry Clipse, 27 Bob Shaffer, 52 Dann Brunner, 10 Fred Rentz, 28 Terry Johnson, 55 Jeff Patton. All C.B.L. Selections 1965 Q N' A-W mf 151: - ' End RANDY CLEMENTS Senior Guard JOHN PAYNE Senior Halfback JIM BYRD Honorable Mentlon . ...v Senior Quarterback Junior Halfback GREGG KUNDRAT GARY KEENE Reserves - --1.L1-- v vv'. 0 6' vt Y . 'I K 'I' - Y v v v: WZ i 1 V' r - - , v A v r q v Yf' it 1 V 11 4111 ,-1 1. .,r.,- . .L - 1E.'m3U'gl a D Sift-25 . Q63 l Row One: Allan Little, Steve Reasner, Darwin Cagnon, John Lincoln, Mike Corbin, Denny Miller, Dave Blue, Mike Reasoner, Ron Frye, Terry Hall. Row Two: Joe Harding, Chuck Doup. Terry VanHouten, Mike Peterson, Charles Lincoln Daryl Carson, Steve Cockerham, Wayne Kennedy, ,lack Perry. Row Three: Dick Still, Kenneth Reeder, Mike Stevens Dave Cornwell. Don Cook. Ron Lewis, Harlan Park, Ron Purdy. Dave Warrick. V11 , 3 4 1 35 A is 3 4 1 ' ,4 A- ji 6 ' , - . hl xqgiat , 5 ' 5 I ' A . . 4-'- - , . . .'2f"C!f,f1.-. .w 4:1 1,-.fe 1 ,AM Boy. could we use a player this size Great school spirit? Pile on boys! Jacket Good interception. i r n Action Byrd flies. vb' . .:-jar 5.3 --v24RQ74v'f?"GX'.'f"" - f r- Run Gregg! Get him Dick! r r Hands down. Leap frog? Another first down! Dick Cornwell grabs a pass. Come on Jeff! Don't drink it dry! Action Shots Cary Keene breaks loose! Y--. ...-,.,-N Easy does it, Randy. Q 'f xy , s nf 'ZX ..fv""4 L. ffmm 'A , f ' - - Injured Jacket Mark Ulrey. Ensel Kunkel leads the way for Jim Byrd. 5. l Left to right: Belinda Baltzell, Sue Smith, Jo Hess., Becky Shrontz, Deney Piazze, and Vickie Mayer. Binny and Deney are jumping for joy! WQL Q FW Qixfqi 7 L Z, ' lb . . 1 Cheerleaders g1VC a smile of con- fidence of next week's game. Varsity Cheerleaders U A as I . Ss 'X l i ff 1 "Q 3524 ' l. 6 .h .x 1 " .. A 2 7 my mmAh' ,, , , '- X A I Left lo right: Rhonda Rutherford, Kathy Riggs, Trudy Ansel, Sherri Morrison, Diane Shrimplin, and Diane Kellogg. Reserve C eerleaders All for Mount Vernon stand up and holler! lio' sus i Q: , r,or , 1965-66 Basketball Team Left to right: Manager-Doug Mcluarnan, Hershel Thomas, Dick Cornwell, Dan Dickinson, Gregg Kundrat, J. B. Ables, Dave Ferguson, Larry Rowe, Randy Clements, Captain ,lim Byrd, Bob McKee, Steve Lepley, Manager-Alan Stegman Coach Houston Schlosser in center. Mount Vernon Fredericktown Mount Vernon Upper Arlington Mount Vernon Mansfield Malahar Mount Vernon Worthington Mount Vernon Urhana Mount Vernon Madison V, Mount Vernon Whitehall Mount Vernon Coshocton Mount Vernon Bexley Mount Vernon Delaware Mount Vernon Upper Arlington Mount Vernon W'orthington Mount Vernon Urbana Mount Vernon Newark Igiliziirfagflffoiilfll' Mount Vernon Whitehall Mount Vernon Bexley Mount Vernon Delaware Mount Vernon Madison Faced with the pre-season injury of three-year veteran Jim Byrd and handicapped hy lack of height the l965-66 Yellow Jacket Roundhallers couldnit get started off on the right foot. Starting out the season with a victory over Fredericktown the Jackets went on to lose six games hy five points or less. As a result they suffered a mediocre 9-9 season. Bright points of the season were a victory of 83-60 over the Wo1'thington Cardinals and a 77-66 season finale over the Mansfield Rams. Dave Cornwell shoots over a Colden Bear's head for two points. Mike Whetsel clrives by an opponent for an easy lay- up. Reserves Have 17-1 Record I "T Q' r ' i l 4 l f L 1 l . l i l . l L i , WL, Row I: Manager-Dave Stricker, Mike Reasoner, Dave Warrick, Daryl Carson, Chuck Doup, Bruce Fairchild, Larry King. Row 2: Tim Cline, Terry Hall, Erit Coon, Mike Whetsel. Coach Del Cornwell. Row 3: Les Vance, Paul High- nan, Dick Simmons. Dave Cornwell, Danny Harper. r........ T......,..... HERSHEL THOMAS-Forward J. R. ABLES Forward tlme' RANDY CLEMENTS-Forward LARRY ROWE-Guard .QI DAN DICKENSON--Forward GREGG KUNDRAT-Forward .J .,.1.. ...V ,.- .i1,....J.. ..r.... DICK CORNWELL--Center ' A v APTAIN JIM BYRD- Guard Larry Rowe is all alone for a 2-pointer. Dick Cornwell tries a jump shot. Roundball at Gregg Kunclrat makes one of his many driving layups. i we X f 1 5 Q3 'L J., 4 ,ff 5 The "Bat Jacketv clobbers a Bexley Lion! Steve Lepley gets a bucket. li hu. .xi-05 ,A Q I94 w-ve Hershel Thomas scores on a jump shot from the corner Dan Dickenson leaps high for a rebound. i Dick Cornwell out-rebounds a Whitehall Ram. Yellow Jackets go through pre-game drills. -if Q X M -X. ':, NN X A L 3'?ffqffi3v.,,, 'H-'1:+'w3qQ' vw' 1- xywuw, My - -Y2 ' Hgswiw 'K' . x - V, www. : , Ls" ' ,N .. ' ' X , R ,X V M X-X QM xv' :i-"ww , 1, .gferg , 'wgwgm We NEMW' X' 'E-M25 r w.p1r,:y,3 'l .y,u,ww,.A, '-MW 'N 'N 'X Q ffzbo' c0f07U2?f Advertisements Q? L .mr FRIENDS OF THE FCRUM John C. Droke, MD. Lemoster's Doy's Jewelers Clinton W. Trott, M.D. House ot Corpets l-lovvord E. Kirocote, QD. Turner, Burris, ond Wolf Certified Welding 84 Repo ir Shop Thomos 'l.. Bogordus, M.D. Thompson Bokery l-lenry T. Lopp, M.D. l-ligh Restouront Western Auto Store Edword S. Kollor, D.D.S. Jornes R. McConn, M.D. Woolson's Richord l.. Snnythe, M.D. E. A. Sporks l-lorne Supplies Phillip A. Mock, M.D. Fowcett Rodio 84 T.V. R. E. Sooy, MD. 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' 'i X A ' inf. xsyglu. ,K Good Luck and Good For+une From Your Friends of I THE DONUT HOLE, INC -BARBERS- 2l PUBLIC SQUARE Ch Ie, Hank, Bud CALL Iviercury Moiors EARL H- MOYER i'2lf,Qi1Zi+ 8121? for Service, Sales, . AII a+ Ren+aIs and Leasmg oyal and Vic+or Office Equipmeni' NIS For every girl fhaf has 'l'he curves 'Ihere is a boy fhai' has 'l'I1e angles. THE BANK FOR STUDENTS And Their Parents ls THE KNOX COUNTY SAVINGS BANK of Mounf Vernon Member of 'l'he Federal Reserve and 'l'he F.D.I.C. Congralulalions +0 +he 'JEQW LE -4 Class of 1966 From SUTTERFIELD MOTORS INC. I000 Coshocfon Road-MI. Vernon Phone 393-9070 KAHRL 81 CO. general insurance Real Esrale 7 Wesl' Vine Slreel' Mi.. Vernon' Ohio Serving Knox Counly for 2I Years phone 392-4766 Agricullure Lime, Limeslone and Gravel FRANK 8: HELEN VANNAT'l'A 59 Columbus Rd. Ph.-393-483I Maybe hard work never Irilled anyone-why 'lake chances. CREDIT BUREAU OF KNOX COUNTY and BUSINESS 84 PROFESSIONAL ADJUSTMENTS BUREAU JEWELL MOTOR PARTS CO. Dislribulor Aufo Par'l's Duco-Dulux-Luci'I'e Aulomolive Machine Shop 203 S. Sanduslry S+. 'A 'fi EEEKP:l?2'5s-L y IQ ELEPHANT LUMBER eaca '- E - 1 - Si illriu . YI : ,. Q, GK STORE 26' -' For Friendly Service, Phone 392-l085 H 7' DOC" FlXIT'S Sales-Service onda and Cushman Scooferv Schwinn Bicycles Homeliie Chain Saws Eclipse Lawn Mowers 82I Souih Main MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Fashion Page Shopping Plaza MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Siop in Today. We're Noi Expensive We Jusi' Look Thai' Way When You're as Greai' as l am-l+'s Hard 'I'o Be Humble Y College bound? Service bound? .......whyno1'have+he MOUNT VERNON NEWS mailed +o you daily while you're away from home. I+ doesn'1' cosi much. and you can s+ar+ and siop wiih a phone call during vacarion periods. H's a wonderful way 'l'o lceep 'iraclc of 'Former classma'I'es. PHONE 392-2836 ju vi ,.. ...ff gf. Enioy Good Food and Good Company ai BURGER CHEF Coshocion Avenue Mouni' Vernon Don'+-lose-your-+emper- here. We-don'+-have-'lime-+o-help-you-find-ii. 5 IQ The S+ore of Qualify and Service Because We Care: Our business is buil'r upon a founda+ion of personal service. friend- liness. and confidence cusiomers have placed in our merchandise and our way of doing business You musi be salisfied wiih everylhing you buy ai Rudins . . . Because We Care. X 'QQQZWI3 is if , E E F lg Y. i +- Official Photographers for FORUM D. GARVERICK 3I Easi' Gambier S+ree+ GUY E. LIPPS I02 Wesi' Gambier Sireei' JAMES R. DEAVER I3 Wesi' High S+ree+ LORD'S Fashions for Ladies ZI6 SouII1 Main S'I'reeI' I MOUNT VERNON FOSTER'S PHARMACY AND MEDICAL ARTS ROUND HILL PHARMACY FARM DAIRY BAR 300 Woosfer Road MT. VERNON, OHIO Don'I' Rush Me Imy ge+ up and go Ras goI' up and wen'I.I ESTABLISI-IEE? I898 uI1enfIIlI.WaQIwm2,SouA MW Sfarf Saving FORUM STAFF MOTTO for 'hes No problem is foo small 67 M +o baffle lhis organizafion. ll ll Q The Firs'r +o lnfroduce Drive-ln Banking +o Mf. Vernon FIRST KNOX NATIONAL BANK wifh looalions in MT. VERNON-CENTERBURG-FREDERICKTOWN -DANVILLE- S'I'op lallcing while l'm inferrupfing. Call TILDEN LAN ES Bowling and Free lns'lruc'I'ion 300 Tilden Ave. Ml' Vernon, Ohio Phone 392-6037 " TKf:'rTi"17v ' ' . THE SUNSET CLUB Bowling Swimming Minia'Iure Golf Phone 393-398I Newark Road Sou+h on Roufe I3 Mouni' Vernon, Ohio How nice of you Io call while I was ouI! GARRISON'S MEN'S SHOP Mouni' Vernon Shopping Plaza Open I0 A.M.--9 P.M. THE PEOPLES BANK GAMBIER, OHIO Member Federal Deposif Insurance Corpora+ion 'inihz Hillagz Zum Fine Dining in Hisioric Gambier -We Ca'I'er 'Io PrivaI'e Par'I'ies- Phone 427-3494 TO THE CLASS OF 1966 Congratulations on Your Accomplishments Good Fortune in Your Future Endeavors CONTINENTAL CAN COMPANY Flexible Packing Division MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Complefe Flowers F::,Z"vj?r2f by We Denver walkers Greenhouse ANN LAPP MI I.I.I N ERY R+. 3-Sfaie R+. 229 E.-Ph. 392-89II NORTH FUNERAL HOME DISTINCTIVE HATS Cosfume Jewelry Handbags Gloves Scarfs Cologne I4 Sou'Ih Main SI. MT. VERNON. OHIO Glasses change your personali-Iy Iespecially when you emp'Iy Ihem foo of1'en.I You're Sure of a Warm Welcome aI' Compleie, Personalized Service Member - Naiional Hairdressers - Cosmefologisfs Assoc. - AIR CONDITIONED - No Parking Problem 305 Easf High Mouni Vernon, Ohio PHONE 392-I886 SUCHY'S TAILORING Experi Tailoring and AII'era'I'ion 'For Men 8: Women TUXEDO RENTAL SERVICE 22 E. Gambier S+. 393-58II ROCKWELL FU RN ITU RE MART Invi'I'es You Io See The Newly Wed Special NORTHSIDE MANOR, INC. A RESTFUL Home Fon THE AGED Lucile M. VanNos+rand-Direcror I3 Avalon Rgad, Gary L. VanNosfrancI-Business Manager M0ur1+ VGFHOH. OIIIO Maxine Singer-Nursing Supervisor phone 393-70I5 HOUBLER'S OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC INC. sol-sos , Wes? High Phone 392-4075 John Tom Wilson Lew Dean Phil Houbler 1 g AbsenI'gDicIc Hill I+'s beHer 'Io be 'filihy rich Ihan clean poor. THE MOUNT VERNON VICTORY MARKET BUSINESS SCHOOL MoUSQuQ'E2fQ'gQf'YOH,O Lewis Building 9 Wesi' High S'I'ree'I' MOUNT VERNON. OHIO P The Besi In Drug Siore Service HECKLER'S Prescripfion Specialisfs 0 REXALL DRUG STORE On 'l'he Square "Hike-'ro I-leck's" en neun ALWAYS Flnsr QuAuw Sandy 81 MaryLou Neff Why did you answer if I called +he wrong number? G. R. SMITH 81 COMPANY Hardware ' x WN.. Moun'r Vernon, Ohio 'f " if i""1i1'??.!'3e'R:ma:i.f:sZk'Q:irs,.Q2.Q,.ftmf!fLzmBm.iaA.' ' 4 THE MOUNT VERNON AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION THE KINCAID BUICK RAMBLER COMPANY DUSTY RHODES CHEVROLET INC NIGGLES PONTIAC CO STUDEBAKER INTERNATIONAL METCALF MOTOR SALES CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH ROGER P SERVAIS GMC TRUCKS HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATED Shop RI NGWALT'S 'For Ihe Bes'r SeIec+ion of Ouali+y CIoII1es in Town. SouII1 Main S'IreeI' MT. VERNON. OHIO "Education today, more than ever betore, rnust see clearly the dual objectivesi Educating tor living and educating tor making a living." -James Mason Wood COCPER-BESSEMER COMPANY A DivisioN OF cooPER INDUSTRIES, INC. THE BRI DES' SHOPPE 605 Soufh McKenzie Exf. PHONE 393-48171 FLOWERS PAU L'S HOURS 9:00 TO 5:00 Ev ' b A '+ + emngs Y Ppom men If vou wan+ flowers 'For +ha+ special 0 occasion Congrafulaiions +o 'Phe Class of '66 or any occasion Welcome 'I'o MARlAN's BEAUTY SALON im ca.. Pauls l00 Meliclr Sfreei MOUNT VERNON, OHIO opefaiea by MARIAN PILOTTI on +l1e Square IN MOUNT VERNON PHONE 393-4045 If you drink, don"l drive-you may l1i'I' a bump and spill if! E to the 3? Mg? WA graduating Class , fb NT? J X' if Q9 GBX better R ilk 'gli is 965 Drink I I O :-, ,. .. M olllllllll iiil iff! 4 B HI cl by th COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY is 1 '-fjilli A MAL WHITE AND ASSOCIATES ' INSURANCE ' Life ' Disability Income ' Hospitalization ' ' Major Medical ' 3I9 Teryl Drive 0 Mt. Vernon, Ohio Q -. fs. .,.,...m..,.4v-rf-.1-5,,us'-, . ww2?Mr a wa McFARLAND BROTHERS TRUCKING. INC. Roure 5 Mr. vERNoN Congrafulaiions Io 'Ihe Class of I966 PHONE 392-392 I Co N G R A T U L A T I O N 'Io 'I'he Class of Il66ll RALPH GATCHELL'S Furniiure and Appliances I20 Wesf High S+. MT. VERNON, OHIO DOWDS FU NERAL HOME s 200-20I Newark Road MOUNT VERNON. OHIO PHONE 393-I076 Don'+ s'rare ai' m e-you may be nuis yourself someday. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. Pain'I's, Varnishes. Lacquers Leads, Oils, Enamels, Brushes and PainI'er's Specialiies 2I2 Sou'I'h Main S+. MT. VERNON. OHIO Phone 392-3986 WISE JEWELERS Regisiered Jewelers American Gem Sociefy Take +he ? Our of Diamond Buying by Seeing if Through Our Diamond Scope. IIO Souih Main MT. VERNON, OHIO GRANGE MUTUAL ACQSUALTY INSURANCE Dis+ribu+ors of PATRONS MUTUAL INSURANCE SCH.:3F-IS If you need any fype of' insurance BRAC:-rs CANDIES Homeowners MOUNT VERNON, oHlo FGPMOWH-SPS Life Aulomobile Liabilily U . Sales 8: Service Flre CALL: BAXTER-MCKEE H 8. R EQUIPMENT COMPANY INSURANCE AGENCY 425 Columbus Road-Rome 5 H3 WeS+ Gambier Sfreef MT. VERNON, OHIO MT. VERNON, OHIO INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 392-7376 EX 3-I8I6 lf's beH'er lo have loved and losl' . . . Ihan lo marry and goof up everylhing. PIANOS e ORGANS e STEREOS COLONIAL MUSIC, INC. 25 Wesl' Vine Slreel' Phone 392-7956 BAND INSTRUMENTS 0 RECORDS BARNCORD SHCE REPAIR Chicken Villa Delicious Chiclren ' ' Served With Rolls and Gravy public Square on Marfinsburg Road Mounf Vernon. Ohio Everyone's Off for CHARGER LANES Knox Coun+y's Number One Enferfainmeni' Cenfer Coshodon Road For 'Hme Bes+ Seledion of Paperbacks Try THE KENYON BOOK SHOP GAMBIER, OHIO "Wl'1a+ We Don'+ Have, We'll Order for You." PURDY SAND AND GRAV MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Counfy Highway 83 Phone 392-999I Zaqii CLEANING 3 W. HIGH STREET MOUNT VERNON. OHIO Shiri' Laundering a SpeciaI+y Why Nor Smile WiI'h Good Food EL CO. and Service Like Thai' Found a+ THE ALCOVE I admire Ihe infelligence of people who ask my advice. GELSANLITER'S WILFRED EVERETT Main Hoo, NATIONWIDE INSURANCE T School Suppnes AII Types of Insurance 0 Announcemenis ---- 0 Records . Books I9 N. Main Sfreef BridaI Service China Lower Level 0 Home Decoraiing Service Pain+ Wallpaper Carpe+ Draperies GELSANLITER'S Main af Gambier MOUNT VERNON Phone 393-593 I COMMINS ELECTRIC TW! V LUE 50 Wesl Pa rro'I' S1'ree'I' MT. VERNON. OHIO Can people really freeze +o cleafln on Mondays? Sif down-and 'rake 'Phe load off your feel. l l l l l i WILLIAMS HOLL , CUJK agen I .y They will sell you insurance, Carolyn! 1 l 1 You llfflllllf lluumm AGENT 'SIIVII 'Q' glll' HOLLINGER AGENCY INC 9 Easl' Vine Slreel VASBINDER'S ALUMINUM SIDING. DOORS AND WINDOWS I 404 Soufh Main Sireef Phone 393-282I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO GROHE FUNERAL HOME IO8 Norfh Main Sfreei' Phone 392-4956 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Congra+uIa+ions io +he Class of '66' 'From LINDSEY'S SHELL SERVICE IOO Coshocion Avenue Phone 393-3876 MOUNT VERNON. OHIO Le1"s have no THUZZY FINKING around here! Congrafulaiions +o fhe Class of '66 from CITY TIRE snor IO3-l05 Wesf Ohio Ave Phone 392-3886 HOTEL CURTIS BARBER SHOP 4 Public Square I -BARBERS- Charlie. Hank, B d lu Go 'l'o fhe P. K. DRIVE-IN Phone 392-99lI Coshocfon Road 1i ll- 5. iq Y.S.C. Y.F.T.B.W. Meei 'rhe Gang ai' L I P P Y S omvs-IN CLlPPY'S R DRIVE-IN ,y On fhe Harcouri' R d Ables, Williallii H. 68 Adams. Carol Ja-an 96 Adams. James Harold 108 Adams. Kay D. 68 Adamson. Polly 108 Addlespergcr, Juanita Eileen 96 Agnew, Charles L. 68 Albert, Frank Allan 109 Albcrtli. Michael R. 68 Alexander. Lawrence Edward Algire. Roger 68 Allen, Caroline 96 Allen, Frank Willialii 108 Allen, Laura K. 68 Allerding. Cary Lee 113 Alexander, Laurence 96 Alley, Bill 96 Allman, Mary Drew 110 Anderson, Carole Sue 111 Anderson. Judy 110 Andrews. Debbie 110 Annable. Nancy J. 68 Annett, John Charles 68 Annett, Edgar Raymond 108 Ansel, Trudy 111 Antill, Barry Lee Index Becker, Ted 96 Beckholt, Barb 111 Beckholt, Elaine 111 Beckholt. Richard Eldon Beckley, Kay Jean 69 Beeman, Janet 108 Beeman, Mike Lee 96 Bemiller, Steven Scott 96 Bennett, Judith Ann 96 Bennett, Rick Harry Berg, Phil 110 Berger, Rebecca Berry, Suzanne 96 Bevington, David Delbert 69 Bevington, William Charles 69 Biefnes, Janet Louise 96 Biefnes, Julia Ann 69 Biefnes, Phil Roger 69 Birch, Linda 70 Bishop, Lorraine Kao 69 Black, Andrew Ethan Black, Dale 96 Black, Carry Ronald 69 Blades, Helen 69 Blair, Kathryn Ann 96 Blair, Cathy 112 Blubaug Antill. Dick 96 Antill, Phil 68 Antill, Ron Wayne 68 Antill, Timothy Neal 96 Blair, Patty Blair, Rod 112 Blight, Cathy 110 h, Pamela Ann 69 A1'mstrong, Charles Clifford 110 Armstrong, Don 68 Arquilla, Terry Lee 68 Arewiller, Martina 108 Arwiller, Marvin Paul 96 Ashcraft. Shirley Ann 68 Auskings, Judi Leean 111 Auskings, Phil Bruce 68 Blue, Dave 108 Boddy, Steve 110 Boester, Barbara Lee 69 Bone, Barb 110 Bostic, Donna 110 Bostwick, Holly Ellen 69 Bostwick, Susie Angelika 69 Ayers, Barb 110 Ayers, Ayers, Ayers, Charles William 68 Edwin Dave 96 Rod Raymond 68 Baer, Arthur Demayer 96 Baer, John 113 Bailes, Cleama Yvonne Bailes, Mary 108 Baker, Charles Franklin 112 Baker, Janice 96 Baker, Ralph Orlow 96 Baldwin, Charles Stephen 96 Baldwin, Lee D. 68 Baldwin, Robert Allen 68 Botkin, William George 96 Boucher, Armand Roger 96 Boucher, Mike Ramond 96 Boucher, Vicki Sue 97 Bowden, Catherine Sue 97 Bowden, Eddie 111 Bowden, Steve Michael 69 Bower, Debbie 112 Brown, Kathy Doup, Kathy 98 Baldwin, Stephen Edward 96 Ball, Danny Conard 113 Ballam, Deborah Ann 96 Baltzell, Belinda 110 Barber, Dennis Eugene 96 Barr, John Adrew 69 Barry, Doug 110 Barton, Connie Lee 96 Brady, Dave Dean 97 Breece, Joan Ellen 69 Brecce, Theodore Russell 97 Breithaupt, George L. 70 Brithaupt, John 110 Briggs, Ann Duncan 70 Briggs, Doug 113 Bross, Diane 109 Brown, Jorgee Leight 70 Brown, Kathy 111 Brown, Linda Ann 70 Brown, Robert Leslie 97 Brown, Sherry 111 Brown, Vaughn Browne, Julia 97 Brunner, Dann Allen 70 Dunham, Patricia Lynn 98 Barton, Richard 112 Barton, Sandra Kristine 96 Barton, Tom 111 Bates, Charlotte 113 Baube, Mary Ann 96 Baughman, Joe 108 Beach, Beach, Monte 110 Pam 113 Bryant, Charles 113 Bryant, Lloyd 97 Bumpus, Dwight Tom 70 Burch, Linda Elizabeth Burger, Ecky Burgess, Wendy 111 Burke, Robert Dean 70 Burns, Cathy 108 Beach, Tom 109 Beach, Tom Henry 96 Beach, Wayne E. Beavers, Dann 113 224 Burson, Carol 111 Burson, Kris 108 Burson, Mary Ellen 70 Burson, Miles Raymond 70 to Classes Busenburg, Debbie 108 Busenburg, Sue Ellen 97 Bush, Larry Len 97 Bush, Terry Lee 70 Butcher, Pat Ann 70 Butler, Dave Butt, Carol Lynn 97 Button, David 111 Byrd, J im, Cagnon, Darwin 113 Calkins, Ernie Dale 97 Camillo, Donald Smythe 97 Campbell, James Eugene 97 Campbell, Raymond Hugh 70 Campbell, Thomas Joe 97 Carpenter, Beverly 108 Carpenter, Steve Bruce 97 Carpenter, Roger 108 Carr, Lois Ann 70 Carrick, Richard Vernon 97 Carrico, Edda 111 Carrico, Lynn 108 Carson. Darrel 113 Cato, Margarette 111 Chalfant, Connie Elaine 70 Chancellor, Sharon Lynn 70 Cheek, Frances Pauline 97 Cherney, Eunice Ester 97 Cherryholmes, Sara Jane Christopher, Joseph Robert 70 Christopher, Linda Ellen 97 Clark, Harlan Ray 71 Clark, Mary Jane 97 Clayborne, Claude 108 Clemens, Joanne 108 Clemens, Marlene Bernice 71 Clements, Randy Sterling 71 Cline, Chris Teresa 71 Cline, Oliver Cline, Roger 97 Cline, Tim 113 Clipse, Larry Lee 71 Cochran, Dave 113 Cochran, Dennie 113 Cockerham, Steve 111 Coe, Beverly 108 Coe, Ezra Clyde 71 Coe, William Cordon 97 Coffing, Jeff 111 Commins, Marcia 110 Conant, 'William Conkle, Donna Jean 71 Conkle, Sherrie Kay 71 Constantikes, Theodora 71 Cook, Donald Jay 97 Cook, Richard Lee 71 Cooke, Betty Jo 71 Coon, Eritt 108 Coon, Lance 110 Corbin, Larry Cordray, Diana 108 Cornwell, David 111 Cornwell, Dick Lee Cothren, Vicki 108 Cotton, Tim 97 Courson, Yolanda 108 Craw, Jack Charles 71 Craw, Julie 111 Crawford, Mona Crawford, Peggy Ann 71 Creech, William Nick 71 Crim, Paul 113 Crippen, Donna 111 Crouch, Nancy Lynne 97 Crouch, Patricia Jo 97 Crumbaker, Tracy Lee 71 Cunningham, Charles 109 Cunningham, Jeff 133 Cunningham, Marilyn 108 Cunningham, Mary Ann 71 Curran, Jeff 111 Curry, Edward 110 Dailey, Vickie 111 Dailey, Jim Neal 97 Daino, Bob August 72 Daino, Randy 108 Dalbeare, Yvonne 96 Dally, Jamie Lou 97 Daniels, Hcllen Jane 98 Davis Davis , Dollic Maric 72 , John Joseph Davis, Randy 113 Davis, Roscoe 98 Davis, Rudy Allan 72 Day, Leatha 108 Dean, Jimmy Dean, Larry Lee Deem, Frederick Blaine 72 DeBoard, Anita 113 DeHaven, Jim 113 DeHaven, Michael David 98 Deitrick, Janet Lynn 98 Delauder, Richard Martin 98 Delgouefre, Connie Sue 98 Dement, Janet Pauline 72 Denhart, James 109 Dennison, Gary E. 72 Detmer, Caroline Louise 72 DeWinter, Linda Sue 72 DeV0re, Rosalie 112 Dial, Jim Lee 72 Dial, John Dwight 72 Dial, Linda Kay 98 Dial, Lois 110 Dial, Philip Harrison 72 Dial, Phyllis 111 Dice, Cheryl Kaye 72 Dice, Nancy 113 Dicken, Burl L. 98 Dickenson, Dan Lane 72 Dickson, Diann 111 DiMarco, Albert John 98 Dolbeare, Yvonne Clariece Donahue, Lance Donaldson, Charlotte Lee 98 Donaldson, Cheryl Ann 98 Donaldson, Kaila 111 Doup , Charles Doup, Chuck 109 Doup, David Wayne 72 Doup , Delvin LaWayne 72 Doup, Mike Norman 98 Downer, Linda 111 Drew, H. Dan 73 Duffy, Chuck Andrew Dumont, Claire 98 Dunh am, Jon Franklin 98 Durbin, Dean 98 Durieux, Jane 108 Durst, William Frances 73 Dye, Frances Marie Earnest, Ann 98 Earnest, Jack Louis 98 Eddy, Arthur 112 Edgar, Cheryl Lynne 73 Edgar, D. David 73 Edgar, Marcia 112 Edick, Mary Ellen 73 Edmister, Becky Ann 98 Edwards, Nancy Elizabeth 110 Ellis, Mary 113 Emery, Jeffrey Ray 73 Epler, Linda 110 Ernest, Ann Essex, Carol 112 Essex, Linda Ellen 98 Evener, Keith Owen 98 Ewers, Eddie L. 98 Eyster, Dennis Clay 98 Fairchild, George Bruce 98 Fant, Jane Elizabeth 98 Fawcett, David 98 Fawcett, Patti Ann 98 Ferguson, William David 73 Ferrie, Andrew Thomas 98 Ferris, Norma Jean 73 Finkbeiner, Susan Berry 73 Finnell, Linda Elaine 73 Fisher, Carol Anne 73 Fisher, Mike J. 98 Flecknoe, Linda Ann 99 Ford, Richard 113 Foreman, Emerson 109 Foster, Barb 110 Foster, Teresa 111 Foster, Sue 110 Fowler, Jim Gifford 99 Fowler, William Dennis 99 Fox, Linda Lou 73 Fox, Steven Frank 99 Frady, Dwaine 108 Franks, Ralph 111 Gaumer, Stephen Roy 99 Genre, Susie Diane 74 George, Karen J . Giehl, Janet Elaine 74 Giffin, Bob 74 Gillespie, David Sander' 99 Githens, Joy 108 Glibert, Cheryl Diane 74 Glover, Lynda Mae 99 Goodall, James Jeon 99 Goodwin, Brenda Joyce 74 Goodwin, Ron 113 Heberling, Nadine Heighton, Joni 108 Heindl, Carleen 112 Heindl, Joe L. 75 Heinlein, Carole Ann 100 Heintz, Robert 111 Hellwig, Michael William 75 Helms, Jerry 75 Helms, Mike Helser, Ann Elizabeth 75 Henry, Theresa 110 James, Bob L. 100 James, Peggy Sue 76 Jenkins, Judy 110 Jessup, Carol 100 Jewell, Anna M. 76 Jewell, Barbara 110 Jewell, Kathy Anne 100 John, Barbara 100 Johnson, Deloris Kay 101 Johnson, James Henry 76 Johnson, Terry Eugene 76 Gordon, Clarence Keith 74 Gordon, Debby Ann 99 Gossett, David Lee 99 Graham, Anna Jean 99 Graham, Donna Kae 99 Graham, Sue Lynn Graham, Thomas 113 Graves, John Graves, Judy 108 Graves, Ken 113 Graves, Rodney 111 Gray, Linda Lynn Greer, David' Russell 74 Gregory, Claude Raymond 99 Griffith, Charles Allen Grubaugh, Mike 111 Gullett, Greg Elmer 74 Gump, James 99 Gunia, Patsy Carol 74 Gunter, Rebecca Lynn 99 Hensley, Bonnie 75 Hensley, Walter Hess, Carolyn Ellen 75 Hess, Catherine 100 Hess, Cynthia Ann 75 Hess, Jo 100 Hess, Ronald Dean 100 Hess-Summers, Darlene Ruth Hewitt, Pete Marin Highman, Donna Jean 75 Highman, Paul 112 Hiles, Gary Lee 75 Hill, Albert Richard Hill, Barb 111 Hill Charles 100 Hill, Paul K. 100 Hill, Paulette Sue 75 Hillier, Carolyn Sue 100 Hill, Viola 113 Hines, Bobby Jolliff, Bob 111 Jones, Nancy Jean 76 Jones, Susan Mae 101 Keefer, Kenneth 111 Keene, Gary Warden 101 Keene, Pat 111 Keever, Kimberly Sue 101 Kellogg, Diana Marie 101 Kellogg, Mike 108 Kennedy, Wayne Edward Kepple. John William Kerchn, Mary 101 Kerin, David Scott 76 Kerin, Rene K. 101 Kerr, Charles 108 Ketter, Jon Mark 76 Keller, Rod 111 Hite, Nancy Jane 75 Hoagland, Tom Melvin 100 Hackney, Randy 74 Haldeman, Harold Dennis 74 Hall Carole Ann 74 Hall Bruce 113 Hall Michael Lee 74 Hall Molly 111 Hall Sharon 108 Hall Terry 113 Hall William Hoar, Mary Hoar, Sharon 111 Hoeflick, Richard 75 Hogan, Jim 108 Hogan, John Hogan, Melanie 109 Hogan, Steve Holland, J. C. 111 King King , Dee Ann 101 . Jerry D. King, Jerry D. King, Karen King, Kay 109 King, Larry Francis 101 King, Lynda King, William Frederick 101 Kinnard, Jane Ann 101 Kiracofe, Bruce 110 Kuhlman, Teri Lyn 101 Frazee, Dave William 73 Fribley, Pat T. 73 Friedli, Craig 110 Frost, Frank 110 Fry, Ronnie Frye, Carol 110 Frye, Diane M. Frye, Dixie Lee 99 Frye, Doug Frye, Gary Frye, Jack Richard 73 Frye, Nanci Lou 99 Frye, Patricia 113 Frye, Randy 108 Frye, Ronita Louise Hallman, Patty 108 Hamilton, Dave M. 74 Hammond, Bob Louis 74 Hampton, Pat Ann 99 Harding, Joe 113 Harding, Susan Ann 99 Harmon, Beverly Sue Harmon, Jerry Gene 74 Harmon, Robert 99 Harmon, Terri Lee 99 Harney, Leslie Ann 75 Harper, Danny L. 99 Harper, Delores Marcele 99 Harrington, Judi Ann 75 Fulleman, James 111 Fulleman, John David 73 Funk, Roxanna Rae 74 Funk, Jane 110 Gallogly, Jerry 108 Gamble, Steve 113 Gardner, Diane 74 Gardner, Doris 99 Gardner, Terry Michael 99 Garven, Wayne Eric 99 Garverick, Donis Arvene 99 Gault, Lyle Jordan 99 Gaumer, Richard Lee 74 Harris, Gary Lee 100 Harris, Jeffrery Davison 100 Harris, John Franklin 75 Harris, William 108 Harrison, Marilee 75 Hartman, Edwin Clay 75 Hartwick, Kathy Lee Hartwick, Pat 113 Hollifield, Arnold William 100 Holm, Mark Alan 100 Holmes, Stanley Owen 75 Horlacber, Vicki Lynn 75 Hookway, Margaret 111 Horn, Karen 111 Horn, Kathy Ann 100 Hom, Marilyn Sue 76 Horton, James Warren 76 Hostetler, Kent B. 76 Houle, Ellen Sue 76 Householder, Susan 76 Hubbard, David 100 Huggins, Kathy Ellen 100 Hughes, Lorraine Elizabeth 100 Hults, Stephen William 76 Hunter, Ron 110 Hurd, John Hurd, Nedra 111 Hurlow, Marilyn 112 Idleman, Rick 110 Irvine, Dan Mitchell 100 Kiracofe, David Arthur'101 Kiser, Raymont Whetzel 76 Kline, John Robert Kline, Sherry Frances 76 Knouff, Thomas Newell 101 Knox, Janet 111 Kofod, Marilyn Jane 101 Koriduzki, Nina 101 Koriduzki, Tamara 76 Korns, Janet Rose Kost, George 113 Kost, Greg Alan 76 Kost, Richard William 76 ' " 1 f Krempel, William Ch lrles 7 J Kreps, Lyle 113 Kundrat, Gregg John 76 Kunkel, Charles Enscl 76 Lahmon, James Lahmon, Loretta Jane 101 Lamb, Cathy Louise 101 Lambilloltc, Bruce 112 Harvey, Harley 113 Harwell, Vicki 108 Hatfield, Cindy 100 Hatton, Gary 100 Hawkins, Richard William 100 Hays, Clement Paul 110 Jackson Jackson Jackson , Carolyn 113 , Dave H. 100 , Dennis 111 Jackson, Karen 112 Lane, Judy Kay 101 Lane, Susie 76 Lang, Glen 113 Lapp, Thomas 113 Laughrcy, Dixie 111 Laughrcy, Margaret 77 Headington, Bill 110 Heberling, Evelyn 111 Jacobs, Jack Edward 76 Jacobs, Janice Marie Lawson, Shirley Sue 77 Lawson, Tommy 111 225 Laymon, Carol Ann 77 Laymon, Joseph Martin 77 Leibel, Donald Ray 77 Leonard, William Gouglas 101 Lepley, Ann 108 Lepley, Ronald Lerory 101 Lepley, Steve Lee 101 Lewis, Albert Ronald 101 Lewis, Linda Ramona 77 Lincoln, Charles 108 Lincoln, John D. 101 Litt, Jeff 108 Little, Alan 113 Little, Les 111 Llewellyn, Dave 108 Llewellyn, Cheryl 108 Looney, Jo Ann 108 Lockhart, Linda 77 Lockhart, Lynda Sue Long, Gloria Marie 77 Lloyd, Robert Meril 101 Lord, Carrie Ann 77 Loriaux, Debi K. 77 Lowe, David 108 Lowe, Margaret 101 Lucas, Christopher Dean Lunn, Barbara Lee 77 Lybarger, Jim Randal 101 Lybarger, Natalie Ann 77 Lybarger, Steve 111 Lyon, Charlotte Randal Maer, Norma 108 Magee, Keith 101 Magill, Dave 108 Magill, Margie Sue 101 Malone, William Thomas Mantor, Linda 112 Marchand, Fred Christian 78 Marks, Alan Ray 78 Marshall, .Judy 108 Marshall, Linda Lee 102 Marshall, Mary Jorianne 102 Manger, Karla 108 Mauler, John Kenneth 102 Mauler, Vickie 111 May Veronica 108 Mayer, Christopher Reed 78 Mayer, James 102 Mayer, Vicki Lee 102 Mazza, Alita 108 Mazza, Colette 78 McCalla, Carolyn 111 McCartney, Mike Worth 78 McClain, Mike George McClain, Patrick 112 McClenathan, Carol Lee 78 McCluskey, Charles Frederick 78 McCluskey, James Abert 102 McConnell, William 112 McCord, Jerry Lee 102 McCoy, Victoria McCrackin, Caroline Jane 102 McCullcn, Dave 111 McCullcn, Patti Ann 78 McCunc, Dwayne Fawcett 78 McDonald, Shirley Louise 102 McDonald, Steve Douglas 102 McElroy, Linda 113 McGibney, Anita 111 MeGilJncy, Kathy Ann 102 McKay, Susan K. 78 McKee, lioh Henry 78 226 McKee, Sheryl Louise 78 McKown, Kathy Ann 78 McLarnan, Douglas Eugene 102 McMains, Stan Paul McPeek, Mike 112 McPeek, James McRi1l, Michael Patrick 102 McVay, Neldon Sherrel 78 Mealey, Connie 109 Mechem, Susan 111 Meharry, Ron Lee 109 Meir, Marcia Lynne Menke, Diana 78 Merrin, John Kenneth 102 Mescher, Mike Bruce 78 Metcalf, David Bruce 111 Metcalf, Thomas J. 102 Metcalfe, Thomas David 79 Metzger, Joyce Ann Metzger, Raymond D. 79 Michael, James Elder 79 Michael, Mary Delano 110 Middlemiss, Dawn Jay Miller, Constance Jo 102 Miller, Dennie David 109 Miller, Dwight Lee 113 Miller, Melinda Sue 102 Miller, Patricia Rose 79 Miller, Richard 113 Milligan, Regina 102 Milligan, Robert Dennis 79 Millisor, Linda Marie 102 Mills, Alan Carl 102 Mills, Howard Dean 79 Mills, Jerry Owen 102 Mills, Sharon Ann 102 Mills, Susan Ann 112 Mintier, Barbara Ann 111 Mintier, James Lawson 79 Montgomery, Margaret Lynne 102 Moore, Don Artis 111 Moore, John Stephen 102 Moran, Doris 109 Moran, Sue Diane Morey, Bill 79 Morrow, Brad Joy 111 Morrow, Sharon 108 Morrison, Sherrie Lynn 108 Morton, Jacqueline Marie 102 Mosley, Ann 79 Mossholder, Carol Anne 108 Mouer, Norma Lou Mumau, Terry Ray Myers, Paula Sue 79 Myers, Roger Weldon 113 Myers, William Raymond 79 Naylor, Trudy Lynne 110 Neese, Doug 113 Neff, Mary Louise 112 Neff, Sandra Neighbarger, N ei ghbarger, N eighbarger, Neighbarger, Neighbarger, Jean 79 Phil 113 Bill Dudley 113 John Ernest 102 Sandy Ellen 102 Richard Thomas Neipling, Ronald Nelson, Sandi Kay 79 Nethers, Barbara Carol 102 Newton, David Alan 113 Newton, Dennis Ray 102 Nicholls, Cheryl Jane 79 Nicholls, Dennis Earl 111 Nichols, Phil Lee 109 Nicholson, Priscilla Ann 102 Nicks, Glen 79 Nist, John Stalker 111 Nuce, Darlene Ann 102 Nugent, Duane Benjamin 111 O'Byrne,. Ronnie Lee 113 O'Dell, Roger Dean Oliver, Ronald Joe 113 O'Neil, Mary Alice 79 Orange, John Stephen 102 Orewiler, Martina Louise Orewiler, Michael Dennis 79 Organ, Steve Anthony 80 Orsborn, Marrill Dale 113 Ott, Cheryl Irene 110 Owens, Frank 108 Page, Charles Dave 102 Paige, Linda Sue 80 Pargeon, Joan Issac 102 Pargeon, Shirley Irene 113 Park, Carol 80 Park, Harlan L. 103 Parker, Charles Nelson 113 Parker, Jim Darrell 108 Parker, Karen Sue 80 Parker, Rebecca Lynn 103 Parker, Susan Christine 103 Parnell, Pam S. 80 Parrish, Pamela Jean 113 Parrot, Barbara Ellen 103 Parry, Edward Paul 80 Parry, Ray E. 108 Parry, William J. 108 Patton, Jeffrey Lee 80 Payne, Denny Grant 80 Payne, John Robert 80 Pealer, Judi 110 Peck, Elizabeth Sue 103 Peck, Sue 103 Pence, Larry Dean Percival, Pam Elizabeth 111 Perle, Linda B. Perrine, Jo Ann Peterman, James Franklin 110 Peterson, Mike Leigh 103 Pealer, Judson Paul Penick, Crystal Ann 109 Petry, Robert Allan 110 Phillips, Barbara Joan 103 Phillips, Dennis Paul 80 Phillips, Janice Elaine 80 Phillips, Janie Jouise 80 Phillips, Linda Kay 80 Piazze, Idene Kay 112 Pierson, Patsy Larraine 112 Pietrangelo, Gary Philip 80 Pifer, Nancy Jo 80 Pigman, Barbara Ann 80 Pipes, Larry Lee 103 Poland, James Marion 103 Poland, Linda Poland, Pamela Ann 108 Porter, Carolyn Jean Porter, Deborah 103 Porter, Pamela Porterfield, Mike Clyde 80 Posey, Buddy Joe 113 Poles, Linda Joan Potts, Tonda Lu 80 Poulton, Charles Richard 103 Price, Cathy Jane 103 Protz, Barbara Louise 81 Pruett, Bennie Clyde 81 Prushing, Jenny Lou 103 Puffenbarger, Sara 103 Puhr, Joanne Fay 81 Purdy, Bill Baker 103 Purdy, Ronald Eugene 113 Quick, Shirley Jean 103 Radabaugh, Julia Ann 103 Rafferty, Jerald William 81 Rafferty, Larry Michael 103 Ralston, Daniel Gregory 103 Ramsay, Linda Kay 81 Randall, Stephen David 81 Reasner, Tim David Reasoner, Michael Richard 108 Reasoner, Steve Douglas 103 Rector, Franklin Eugene Rector, Tim 108 Reeder, Kenneth Milton 111 Rentz, Frederick J. 81 Ressler, Jan A. Ressler, Richard Lamar 81 Ressler, Sharon Sue 103 Revennaugh, Vance L. 110 Revennaugh, Lance L. 110 Rex, Sue Ann 81 Reynolds, Maxine Mary 111 Rhoda, Brenda Rhodes, Connie Sue 110 Richards, Greg Allen'109 Richards, Carole Lee 111 Richards, Bob Dean 113 Riddenbnugh, Richard David 81 Ridenour, Alice Louise 81 Riggs, Kathi Ann 103 Riley, Dave M. 103 Riley, Vickie Lynn 10,8 Rine, Dave 81 Rine, Harry Michael 81 Roberts, Nancy Lou 103 Roberts, Patrick Allen 108 Robinson, Charles Lee 81 Robison, Larry Edwin 103 Rockwell, William Charles 110 Roeder, Mike J. 81 Roeder, Steve William 111 Rohler, Rhonda 81 Ross, John Fred Fousseau, Marty 103 Rowe, Larry Rowe, Lynn Gregory 113 Rowe, Michael 81 Rummell, Betty Lou 103 Rummel, Gary Lee 103 Rutherford, Rhonda Ann 110 Saunders, John Harold Schmidt, Laureene Kay 81 Schmidt, Robert Frederick 103 Schmidt, Thomas Clyde 110 VanFos Scott, Barbarlee Kay 82 Scott, Loretta Loraine 82 Scott, Marcia Kay 111 Scott, Steve Lee 82 Seavolt, Stanley Clyde 108 Seavolt, Steve Robert 82 Seaman, James Gordon 112 Seitz, Patricia Louise 82 Staats, Kathie Ann 111 Stacey, Thomas Perry 113 Stangler, Sandra Marie 83 Stansell, Christine Starling, Anne Jewell 108 Steele, Margaret Linda 104 Stedman, Danny Arlen Stegman, Alan Jon 108 Vail, Margaret Ann 105 Valentine, Nancy Irene 84- Vance, Avonell 108 Vance, Larry 105 Vance, Vance, Leslie Keith 105 Linzzie Richard Vance, Melvin Loyd 111 sen, Bethalee 108 Sheffer, Sellers. Ellen Marie 108 Sellers, Kathy Ann 103 Senseman, Judy Ann Senseman, Ethel 103 Sentel, Linda Jo 103 Seward, Shackle, Martin C. 103 Tim Aaron 111 Shaffer, Jeffry C. 103 Shaffer, Shaffer, Shaffer, Nancy Ann 104 Robert Eugene 82 William Theodore 111 Shanabrook, Daniel Marshel 82 Shanabrook, Diane Marie 104 Shannon, Deborah Lynne 82 Kathy Ann 110 Stegman, Donald Wayne 83 Steinmetz, Ava Belinda 104 Steinmetz, Brenda Jean 83 Steinmetz, Gene Keith 113 Steinmetz, Linda 104 Steinmetz, Rhonda Jean 108 Steinmetz, Rita Anne Steinmetz, Sue Ellen 110 Stevens, Lynda Sue 83 Stevens, Michael William 111 Stevens, Paulette Lucinda Stewart, Robert Donald Still, Richard 104 Stillings, Phil Herbert 104 Stiltner, Gary Wayne 104 VanHouten, Ronald Wayne 84 VanHouten, Terry Gene 108 Vankampen, Jim 111 Vannatta, Carolyn Ann 84 Vannatta, Jeneal Ann 84 Vasbinder, Linda Kay Vasbinder, Tinka 108 Vernon, Alan David 113 Vernon, David Vernon, Earl Lee 84 Vernon, Greg Keith 84 Vernon, Linda Lee 84 Vernon, Neil Lawrence 84 Vernon, Thomas Allen 84 Vogt, Carol Douglas 113 Williams, Daryl Lewis 85 Williams, Ralph G. 85 Williams, Ronnie Dean 113 Williamson, Sally 111 Wilmotte, Teresa Ann 85 Wilson, John Kelly 109 Wilson, Karen Jean 113 Wilson, Ronald Edwin 105 Winslow, William Keith Wise, Linda Ann Wise, Melinda Kae 85 Wiseman, Beverly Alane 110 Wolfe Wolfe Wolfe Wolfe Wolfe , Barbara 105 , Becki Anne 113 , Brenda Christine 85 , David Allen 85 , Larry Eugene 111 Wolfe, Robert Wendell 108 Wolfe, Ruth Ann 105 Wolfe, Susan 105 Wolford, Laura Louise 85 Wolford, Ray 111 Woodard, Grant Marty 113 Sheffer, Steve Humphrey 82 Sheffield, Gregg Samuel 104 Sheffield, Karyn Lynn 108 Shira, George Edward 82 Shira, Rachael Yvonne 104 Shock, Stephen Edward 104 Shoemaker, Kenneth Dwight 82 Shoman, Betty Maxine 104 Shope, Linda Sue Shotts, Linda Sophia 82 Shrimplin, Diane Shrontz, Becky Lou 104 Whetsel, Michael David 105 Shultz, Dennis Lee Shultz, Tom 112 Shumaker, Larry Carol 111 Shumaker, Ron N. 109 Sillars, Robert Graham 104 Silverwood, Linda Lee 104 Simmons, Richard David 104 Simpson, Larry Stephen 82 Sisk, Katherine Sue 82 Skeen, Andy 82 Skeen, Connie Jo 110 Skeen, Marilyn Sue 104 Skeen, Walter Andrew Smallwood, Nancy 104 Smith, Anna Jean 82 Smith, Daniel Lee 104 Smith, Diana Marie 104 Smith, Elizabeth Ann 104 Smith, Mike Alger 112 Smith, Nancy Sue 110 Smith, Ray 104 Smith, Steve 104 Smith, Susan Jane 82 Snow. Elaine 83 Snow, Mary Louise 83 Snow, Mike Ray 111 Snow, Nancy Ann Snyder, Carlene Kay 108 Snyder, Karl Richard 83 Sovinc, Connie Lynn 111 Sovine, Rita Faye 83 Sparks, Stephanie Alcne 108 Spearman, Darlene Ann 83 Spearman, Linda Lou 83 Sperling, Sharon Elaine 108 Sperry, Martha 104 Sperry, Walter Jared 83 Squires, Earl 83 Staats, Barbara Jean 111 St. John, Robert Alvin 110 Stout, Pamela Jo 83 Stoutenburg, Richard Lee 108 Straight, Mary Ethel 110 Stricker, David Keith 108 Stringfellow, Linda Lou 83 Strome, Dave Wright 110 Strouse, Jerry Ray Stull, Betty Lee 104 Stull, Jean Ann 83 Stull, Mary Lou Stultz, Thomas Eugene Sturgess, Richard Lee 104 Sturtevant, Warren Pearce 84 Styers, Linda Kaye 108 Styers, Nancy Ellen 104 Styers, Sharon Lee 84 Suain, Dennis Michael 108 Summers, Delbert 104 Sutcliffe, Sara Heath 105 Sykes, Theresa Annette 84 Szenas, Susan Lynn 105 Talbott, Gregory Lynn 84 Talbott, Judy Ruth 110 Tanner, Mike William 111 Taylor, Chris Annette 109 Taylor, Mary Sula 105 Taylor, Terry Michael 113 Teal, Don Eugene 113 Thomas, Charles Hershel 113 Thompson, Joe E. 113 Thompson, Kay 105 Tear, Michael Stephen 113 Tier, Sharon 105 Tims, Terry 110 Tinkham, Connie Jane 111 Todd, Dann Lee 105 Trace, John M. 105 Transue, John Ray 84 Truex, Carolyn Ann 84 Turner, Teresa Ann 84 Ulrey, Mark Linn 105 Umphryes, Lloyd Phillip 105 Underwood, Ruth Ann 105 Waddell, Sharon Ann 84 Wade, Mike 113 Waggaman, Pat Diane 105 Wagner, Beverly Ann 84 Wagner, Jerry Lee Walker, David 105 Walker, Lynda Anne 85 Walker, Marie Elaine 105 Woodard, Thomas Ray Woodland, Dennis Lee 85 Woodward, Carol 105 Woodward, Susan Jane 105 Woolison, Sharon Louise 105 Woolson, Sharon Sue 105 Woolson, Stephen Dudley 105 Workman, Howard Earl 85 Workman, Thomas Dwight 111 Wright, George 85 Wright, Ruth Israel 86 Wright Sandra Lee Wallace, Bruce 105 Wallace, Karen 105 Wallace, Norris 105 Wallot, Robert Brian 85 Walpole, Nancy Jane 105 Walter, James Edward 85 Walter, Priscilla Kay 85 Walton, Becky Jo 105 Walton, Mark Workman 105 Ward, Michelle 112 Warnecke, Holger 85 Warner, Brenda Joyce 108 Warner, Daniel 112 Warner, David Allen 112 Warrick, John David 113 Warrick, PBEEY Jo 105 Watson, Dan 110 Way, Rogers 105 Weese, David William 85 Weir, Tom Edward 113 Weiss, James William 113 Welker, Jack 105 Weller, Linda Jean West, Betsy Babbs 111 West, Carol Lynne 85 Westenbarger, Barbara Jean 105 Wythe, David Lee 86 Yarman, Betty Jean 113 Yarman, Eva Ruth Ann Yarman, Larry 105 Yerian, Stephen Curtis 110 Yoakum, Donald Lee 86 York, Mike 105 Young, Barbara 105 Young, Jackie Wayne 110 Zieg, Lynn Marie 86 Zulandt, David Fields 86 White, White, Edward 105 John William 105 White, Judy Lynne 105 White, Ralph Wayne 105 White, Rebekah Kay 113 White, Ronald Rush 113 Wiggins, Rodney Lee 85 Wild, Jack Wiley, Dave J. 85 Wilkinson, Patricia Ann Wilker, Linda 112 111 227 A Final Look at 'S -I-T 1- vi-.K Year to Remember 'N ,....---- vs .W aa- .-. v " J if' A as if S Wi' - sg I X- Q li' 'X is iss s i H9 1. 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