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

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L, 1, . 1. j . 5 ' ' 'S NP , . y Y - . yr' , , J f X ' v 'HN' V12 I3 qi' iii' -T' T Opening I I When We're Cone We'll Still Remember 1.' ' Opening I 3 Our Mount Vernon High Opening I5 NL 4 T 'I '-! . ALE. -L ' Q lk X ' . 7 7' 4 55 9 f 9,4 Wa I W I I wiv e U 'T D Ln' 1 3 f 5 ' , , 1 1 ' I .W 1 W 7 I P I ff e s W I, Seniors x .WY Y-wi, .5 .Vx fj- .1 I Z!! , 1 1 . 4 2,1 .-i 1 i - 1 I N N w v r 1 i .N .,1 J , 'Pl I .2 Q-3 n un tw '. .i 1- -X -,I -A w T'-115 .J pf .j', V. ' 1" 1"-" ' 1' TAA , rig' -1-'A--f , -A Q. .AVC E Seniors 1 7 Doug A a'an1s Kim Angel Tom A uker Mitch Bascornb 'P' X , Maribfn Albright Steve A msruzz CTT? Renee A rck S C011 A rensberg Mike Barchelder -IWC? Bafe-Y A -P JeH'Bareman Karen Bebour . 4,-,f 1 L-f N Gary A nderson Brenda Atkinson Brenda Ball J anel Bel! Pam Belt Kathy Bender Max Berry Jeff Belcher Dan Bickley Sherie Biefnes Anita Biggs Valarie Bingham John Bizios Bill Black Rick Black Tom Blubaugh Wi N Bill Blue Beth Boeskin Tom Bogardus Melissa Boone S I9 20 Se Terry Borof l Scott Brerrnernan Brad Buclzanon Randy Butler Tim Boroff Glen Bostic Kim Brown Paul Burt l ,B Larry Byerbr FQ' .A-Y C xi Sue Brown Ronda Busenburg vii Cathy Campbell -65 Veronica Boucher 'Ip Carol Brouillette Jerry Butler -L ix N 1' Rocky Canterbury Dan C arpenter Greg Carpenter Karen Carpenter Tim Carpenter me :Qu Rick C arper Cathy Carr Greg Carrier Brian Cassell """F" Doug Chadwick Ruth Chase Brooke Church John Clindinst Mike Cline Sharon Cline Steve Clutter JennQ'er Cochran 22 Sen Pennv C ockrell Kelhf Conway Sallie C ubie W-FY' Richard Dailev Chris Collier Jack C oons Lynette C umpston Richard Dailey Cammie Compton Debbie Corrigan Jeff Curry Kay Conkle Diana C rzppen V Kevin Dailey Okey Dalton Pam Darold April Davis A ndy Denzer N eil De VW!! a....,' Dave Dulaney Larry Dunn Terri Dunn .-MQ '- 'ff Jenny Durbin J eH Dye Linda Eberhard! Donna Emmert Kathy Endsley Eddie Ernest Doug Doup -5 -ci? Julie Dupler Carol Edmister Evan Ernest Seniors 23 24Se Brenda Fairchild Linda Falor Bill Farley Diane Ferguson --f.1"f'fV"' Mark Ferguson Doug Fish Rick Fisher Mike Fithian Chris Fleisher Brenda F bznn Kevin Foster J udy Fowler T4 'T ,lyk Artie Frjv Steve Fry Karen Frye Phil Gallogbz 4""P Dawn Gallwirz Hans Glockner 1 - Amy Gardner Darlene Gardner Brian Gastin Olin Good Vickie Goosens Doug Gorsuch sf' 'C' Beth Gossie James A. Goudv, II Gary Graham Kyle Graham yy Y.v. u Brenda Grant J erzjv Graves Connie Green Richard Greer 26 Se 'La- Shelbl Greig Connie Grennel! Judy Haire Rick Hajj v ' 1 1 1 X H Lori Harding Janet Harper Jejj' Hart Barb Hawk Matt Hawkins Debbie Hayes Kim Heagrin Deanna Henthorne giggfzsg Kelbr Hess Tom Hillier Mark H inkins Patti Hoar Carol Holmes Gary Horn Linda Horne John Houston ,.-3 Doug H ull Tim Hysell Robin Jessup Lynne Johnson 1? Rona Johnson Brent Jones Randy Justice Kathy Keck Jefflfeflfley MQW Beth Ke'1'7eUfV Susan Kimble Darlene Kiser 28 Sen Marcia Kizler Ken Kushmider A nw Lepley Dawn Lord M, 9 JeffKnight Cheryl Knox Mike Lang .5 Connie Lindsey Denny Mack Barry Lawerence Marsha Linson Margaret Marn Sharon Knox Doug Leaman Penny Linson Mike Martin I Barb Mayer Tr-" ff' Dave McCann KN Jim McDevitt Tammy McDonald S? Paul McG0ugh Melanie McMillan Kathy McLaren Randy McPeek Scott McCullough -as Lynda McGinnis Marc McMahon Julie McQueen Tammy McCourt Melanie McG0ugh Kathy McMillan Jim Meier S 29 30 Sen QFF7. ,J Chuck M elcher Kathy Mickley Brenda Milligan Jim Morse Jane Meliotes Russ M idkzff Caryl Mire Debbie Moxley l Greg Merrin Steve Mertz Dan Miller Doug Miller Patsy Moore Parn Morrow Bob Murdock Rhonda Myers Lisa Myron Sandy Oliver John Payne Pam Perkins -x . K., Gayle Nichols C eA nn Olmsted Jef Peairs Helen Perry Cheryl Oberfeld John Packard Philip Pearce Stacy Philllos Frank Oley Chuck Park Sharon Pejfers Ed Piar "Flu Lyn Piar Kim Picklesimer S lu Poland Kevin Pruitt f Q Lisa Rassemussen Tina Reischman Janice Reffit Jerry Riel Dana Rzffle Pam Roach 'Q-F" Beth Robson Kim Robinson Julie Rohler OPS Joan Richer! Cindy Roberson Lynn Ross wg7X X Mark Rutherford Andy Scott Mary Shafer E 5 Lewis Shellenbarger Dave Sapp Trish Sawaya Deb Schouten Dave Secrest Myron Shafer Scott Shelhorne 3 Janet Sellers John Shafstall Sherry Shrimplin Doug Shackle ,l Craig Sharp Donna Simpson 34 Se ,44 Lori Slaughter Trina Spadafore Wade Spears Gail Stenger fb 155 Sharon Small Debbie Spearman Debbie Spellman Tim Stickle .UVA Susan Smith Rick Spearman Kirk Spradley Julie S toutemyer y, Phil Smithhisler John Spears lui J. Mark Stelk Dawn S tricker Julie S ummerhqves Wsg. Terrjv Thompson David Treleaven K ellv Truex GQ 'WP' Sandy Talbott Glenn Tomes Ann Trinkner Mike Turney J ay Thorp Marry Torgrimson Doug Trowbridge Gary Van N osfrand ,xi I La Vonne Thompson -151' 1' Kim Tolman Tim Trov YQ.,... Tamniv V each Seniors 35 36 Sen Bill Vernon Christina Victorio Carol Wagoner Salbf Walters XQQQZ Keith Walton Nancy Ward Mary Weber Wilbur Welker 5 Mike Welsh Janet White Tim White Bruce Williams Mike Williams Rick Williams John Wilson Kelbt Wilson 12,3 Gary Winona' Shelbz Workman Dave Yeager Kathy Wininger Darcy W yan! W f K Kent Youngman -'Tl -...ff 7 9 Chuck Winters Gayle Workman Kim Wyant Linda Wycojf Tony Zimmerman F"""'Nt 45 gf' wx kx V , Q' 4 xy 5 P A 4 Upper Right: You made it Gayle! Lower Right: Welcom to the Prom. Lower Left: Kathy Bender, Kelly Truex and Lynne Johnson. 38 Seniors -mul' 'V' 'Va 1 tl ' :P -rw A .: V 'IJ .f V XM., -4 i b f""' " , , L -1, ,N AJP' it 5 V i H Q .ii . H.-M h- v 5 x Q ' .f fp f' Q ' Q-1 f lf' T:- Y'- ,R -1lnm'u.' The hrighl lights of Mount Vernon. Below: "lt's party time." Seniors 39 --15" R N53 ! v.. 'wi 22140 .1 ,Q 'J 455 40 Seniors V . unIl"4,J i 4 ',G' ,j 'm"!'4 I x, i, l ll 1 'P ' g 1 l V' If R .1 I I 3 in 1 fx l 1 'li - M 1, Q h I 11, V ' ' l 'ff x ,. Q' ' lJ'.' it , J J X- J 9' T -U ' i' i I me like the music fusl. . .'. and some like it slow." Seniors 41 l 52, v W 4 ll - l l la f gr W . f 1' , l ,1 2 I Q W1 r w V i T f .M - ' . , ' ' 3 4. . W . I H 7 I W W Underclasses Underclosses 43 Sandy Arensberg Brenda Ayers Theresa Bailey Amy Baker Rob Ball Pam Bastin Terri Bateman Jim Baughman Karl Baxter Donna Beach Bob Beck Kim Bemiller Jackie Berry Roxanne Berry Chris Biggs Dan Blubaugh Susan Blubaugh Rick Bonnette Dean Bouchard Julie Boucher 44 Juniors Juniors - Class of '79 Nu? gy 5 , N 4 ff lf' .f"...'L', 1 Mil-.-ii-r'fifi':4'i!.f' 3' If '-14 Neil Bower Clay Boyd Becky Braddock Connie Branstool Ray Bridges Lisa Brooks Tammy Bumpus Scott Burdulis Janet Burt Gary Calkins Candy Campbell Jack Campolo Y Joe Campolo if Khoi Cao Brenda Carpenter Pam Carpenter K Dave Chadwick Tammy Cheek Roni Choat Sheree Chrisman Rick Cline Shirley Coe John Collier Julie Collier Patrick Conway Juniors 45 Phil Coon Kelly Corrigan Beth Crawford Markettys Crowe Ben Cudd Carolyn Cullers Doug Curry Keith Dailey Lisa Daugherty Amy Davidson Leon DeLano Beth DeLaurentis Debbie Devore Tom Dice Phil Dotson J arma Dove Leslie Duckworth Triesa Durbin Luan Eckelman Andy Eckert Suzanne Edmonds Sue Emmert Shelia Estep Amy Evans Linda Fairchild 46 Junidrs' .b 1'."'1P , 4 Z fl f- -w Darlene Ferguson Theresa Foreman 7 Mary Forthofer Donna Fowler Meredith Fowler Michelle Fox Sam Frame Veronica Frazier Dan Froslx Marcy Fry Judy Frye Kevin Frye Lorene Gamel Sonja Gatten Debbie Geiger Phil Given Jack Glancy Cheri Gleeson Leslie Glover Mark Goheen Kumar Goswami Becky Gorham Lisa Graham J eff Green Hugh Grubaugh Juniors Aaron Haley Bill Halstenberg Dave Hamilton Garry Hanning Lisa Harris Lynne Harris Brad Harrod Candy Hatton Jan Headington Terry Hickerson Cindy Hill John Hill Shari Holmes Kim Hudson Susan Humbert John M. Hunter John W. Hunter Matt Inman Charlotte Jackson Altha Johnson Cindy Johnson Jill Johnson Diane Jones Robin Keever Rick Kellogg 48 Juniors 'Y 11 QV 'h 4 xx, iX.A 61.6 Holly Kepple Kathy Kirkhope Tim Knight Tom Lahmon Lance Lading Amy Laird Charlie Lambillotte Randy Lane Stephanie Langley Brenda Lee Traci Linson Melissa Lord Lajohnda Laudermelt John Lybarger Michelle Mackie Carl Mantel Bob Marsell Audrey Martin Marissa Mazza Laura McCann Jackie McClure Tammy McConnell Myron McDonald Sherry McFarland Rusty McGibney Juniors Lori McKee Eileen McLaren Jim McMillian Pam McNutt Susan Meadows Ben Menke Laura Merrin Dave Miller Glenda Miller Randy Miller Jackie Milligan Paul Mizer Montez Morey Lori Morningstar Jo Ellynn Moxley Dan Neighbarger Kay Newton Tim Newton Jenny Nisky Cindy Nissen Luann Noble Bruce Oliver Brian Palm Bob Pappenhagan Beth Parker 50 Juniors Q--1' ...fl': K X-,K '-:qv Jay Peterson Kris Pfouts Mike Pfouts Steve Phillips Jackie Piar Roger Piar Christy Pierce Scott Pillow Lisa Piper Sherry Poland Nancy Punches K Patty Purdy Hartmut Raetz Tim Ramsey Steve Reeder Diana Reef Chuck Reynolds Liz Rice Chris Rezos Tracy Roeber Rick Roberson Lynn Rogan Pete Rutkowski Mark Sanko Karl Sant Juniors Sl Vicki Savage Lila Schultz Julie Scott Darlene Seavolt Tim Shafer John Shaw Peggy Sheasby Tammie Shira Margie Shirkey Lana Siekkinen Glenn Simmons Debbie Sleeper Chuck Smith Jeff Smith Marty SmithX Rose Smith Susie Smith Mike Smithhisler Jane Snyder Theresa Spearman Lamar Sperling Pam Spicer Kim Spradley Jim Swetlic Todd Swinehart 52 Juniors -A Sue Stacy J. C. Stafford Bob Stauffer Greg Stemm Larry Stringfellow Jeff Strouse Jeff Stump Joel Taylor J im Teeter Maxine Theibert Curt Thompson Kevin Tighe Tammy Totman Joe Vanderpool Lori Vannatta Aleeta Van Runkle Cameo Vamer Darlene Walters Jackie Ward Greg Webber Lori Weber Vic Wells Dave Widlig Amy Williams Debbie Williams Juniors 53 Jeff Williams Terri Williams Debbie Wilson Linda Wilson Valerie Wilson Stan Winand Lisa Wise Cathy Lovett Joe Wolford John Workman J im Wyant Debbie Yarger Tim Yarman Lori Yeager Linda York 54 Juniors N-1 'FEP 'eg E' Craig Young Paul Yow Jim Yowler n X61 R. 50- .xg S Juniors Explore Vooauonal Opportunities Tom Abell Belinda Amstutz Steven Andorfer James Armstrong Dawn Baker Gary Banbury Jack Bell Cathy Benson Vicki Bingham Rick Brown Dave Butler Dave Burnside Wayne Burnside Mary Jo Bywaters Pat Cagnon Jeff Carpenter Tammy Carpenter Debbie Carper Tammy Carver Helen Collins Tim Cramer Bernice Culbertson Chester Durfee Tim Evangelista Juniors 55 Mark Farley Roger Fowler Judy Francis Rachael Franks Debbie Gantt Tonya Gatten John Grennell Dusty Goines Jon Goines Linda Hickerson Steve Hinton Les Hogle Wade Horlacher Marilee Householde Dennis Huffman John Huggins Mark Hunnicut Sherry Keener Paul Kerr Paula Lyle Don LaJeune Barb Lyons Craig Maloney Bob McKeenzie Dan McKeever Mike Metcalf Tim Miller Tom Miller Mike Moore Ron Morris Michael Nauman Gwen Pailsley Dwaine Parker Phil Parker Rick Payne Theresa Phillips 56 Juniors Joseph Pilotti Kevin Pruit Becky Pullins Gary Rardin Andy Richert Randy Ridgeway Tammy Riley Doug Rine John Rine Paul Ross Bill Royer Carol Rutherford John Samson Gary Shirtzinger Daryl Schultz Tom Scott Tammy Seavolt Rick Seville Jeff Shanyfelt Brenda Shira Gary Shrimplin Dave Smith Max Smith Greg Staats Deb Stricker Jill Stricker Larry Taylor Tammy Tharp Barb Thatcher Doug Tier Marsha Todd Ray Vickers Dave Ware Crystal Warnervi Jack Wantland ,lf Jon Wantland if Juniors 57 Steve White Tammy Wilden Gary Williams Max Williams Micheal Woodring Lou Ann Wolfe James Woodford Tim Wyant Krista Adams Roberta Alberts Nancy Anderson Terri Archer Dale Arnett Debbi Arnett Brenda Arnold Janna Arnott Marybeth Atchyson Carla Atwood 58 Sophomores ,X47 i ir 'Q Af 141 LL, 'TT"7" I. , c 1 Jim Auker Tom Badger Jeff Balcom Betsy Banner Adam Bartels Beth Barton Ann Batchelder Jeff Baxter Ken Bebout Sean Belcher Penny Bemiller Alana Bender John Benjamin Michele Bennett Charlotte Bird Susan Black John Blair Bev Blubaugh Dave Body John Booth Tammy Bower Chris Bowers Jeff Brownlee Teresa Butler Rhonda Buxton Sophomores Tina Byllard Diane Campbell Steve Campbell Cheri Cannon Maria Cargill Margie Carhart Alan Cassell Jack Chambers Charlotte Chapman Rachel Chase Linda Chumps Jack Clark Dee Cline Russ Cline Jerry Clinger Barry Coffing Craig Colopy Dave Conkle Denise Conn Bill Conway Kathy Conway Sean Conway Nancy Coogle Cheryl Coon Toni Cordrey 60 Sophomores 'U' -x I L, ag? it 1 viva? 'f'-r ffl lff fav p I X fu 'fi 5 A I .4- M ls- A 'is ' 183 I 'M Kathie Cothran Barb Coursen Cyd Craigo Dawn Crawford Sharon Cullers Tim Cunningham Terri Curry Jeff Dailey Tammy Dailey Pam Daley Larry Dalton Scott Darr Joe Daubenmire Kim Davis Kim Deakins Diane Dennis Doug Denton Scott Denzien Steve Dezse Chris Dickerson Becky Dilley Brad Doup Troy Doup Natalie Duffield Sophomores 61 Alex Durbin Tim Durbin Mark Eakin John Ewalt Tom Evangelista Amy Ernest Debbie Elwood "" Grace Ellison 0. Mike Falor W l' Patricia Fann Greg Farley Vesna Fedors Bill Ferrel Greg Fields F7 Kate Finkbeiner s il I 1 if aa l -X ' " ' ll K . x. , 1.12: , i Tina Finnell Greg Fitzgerald Bob Flynn 4 'Z A N Mike Fosnaught Chris Fowler -r 'YP' Karen Franz Mitch Freshour Janelle Frost """i Q gp Shelley Frost Stan Fry 62 Sophomores Darrell Gallwitz Dannel Gamel Rhonda Gates Vince Giampaolo Trige Gleim Kerry Goetzman Barry Gohen Kista Good David Goodhand Glen Goodwin Tina Graham Lynn Grassberger Liz Green Butch Grennell Tonya Grennell Jim Grubaugh Tim Grubaugh Rob Gumplo Brad Harensburg Lori Harris Tim Harrod Kirby Hartman Darrell Henthorn Amy Herald Deanna Herald Sophomores 63 Dwayne Hershner Joe Hess Mike Hess Amy Hewitt Brenda Hinzman Julie Hissong Janet Hoar Pam Hoar Chris Horn Janet Horne Troy House Vickie Howiler Jeni Hren Connie Hubbard Don Huffen Jim Hull Matthew Hull Shelia Hull Rose Humphreys Allen Hurt Lorrie Jackson David Johnson John Johnson Ted Johnson Brian Jones 64 Sophomores 'l ,fl 47 abt' Q:-' .Tel bil 1 ll 1771 ,Y "!"'l Jenny Jones Kay Jones Jamie Justice Mettina Kahrl Yukio Kawasaki Sandi Keen Mary Beth Kenney Ralph Kepple Paul Kerch Kathy Kerrigan Joe Kierce Mike Kilmer Patty Kirkhope Becky Knox Dave Knox Dawn Knox Tim Kochis Cindy Koehler Ed Konkler Don Korns Warren Kuhn Lori Kushmider Terry Kyle Tracy Laird Lisa Legros Sophomore 65 Sandy Levering Karen Lewis Allen Lindeman .lim Lindsey Mike Lonzo Ann Lybarger Tammy Madias Dave Mann Beth Marn Jim Marsell Terry Martin Valerie Martin .lack Masters Bobbi .lo Mayer Greg McBride Tim McCoy Dolores McDonald Meg McDonald Shelly McFarland Debbie McGough Theresa McGrew Laura McKinley Chris McLernon Andrea McMahon Cyndy McManaway Sophomores Joe McQueen Tracy Meliotes Mark Merrillees Dave Merriman Teresa Merriman Dan Metcafe Donna Mickley Jim Mickley Keith Midkiff Troy Miklos Jeff Miller Mike Miller Randy Miller Teresa Miller Bart Milligan Becky Milligan Don Minder Debby Montgomery Dale Moore Cathy Morse Rich Mosholder Don Moxley Howie Myers Mike Needles Steve Nicholls Sophomores 67 Terry Nichols Dan Noonen Pam O'Dell Dave Oliver Dave Oliver Randy Oswalt Holly Paisley Barb Park Barb Payne Maurice Pearce Jackie Peck Bill Perry Mary Peterman Becky Peterson Beth Peterson Dan Philipps Christina Phillips Doug Phillips Barry Piar Lori Piper Phyllis Potes Karen Prosser Suzanne Pryor Annette Punches Drew Riley 63 Sophomores fffff x Aw, Wir I New "SL Qld 1 'Q Tina Rassmussen Linda Reeder Mary Hellen Reischman Rhonda Richert Brenda Riel Lori Riggs Brad Rine Janet Robey Cammie Roberson Randy Robertson Randy Rockwell Tracy Rowe Chuck Rowley Ray Sapp Gretchen Schultz Denise Seavolt Kerry Seavolt Jane Seymour Dave Shackle Alan Shaffer Vicky Shannon Annette Shira Tim Shultz Steve Silverwood Sheila Silvis Sophomores 69 Pam Slaughter Gregg Sleeper Bonnie Smith Karolyn Smith Tammy Smith Peggy Snow Denise Spearman Chuck Spetka Stephanie Springer Ben Staats Carol Starmer Amy Steinmetz John Stream Gary Stringfellow Rod Stull Julie Stump Chris Suman Donna Summerhayes Cindy Talbott Chris Tanner Cindy Tanner Dave Taylor Greg Thatcher Linda Thibaut John Thomas 70 Sophomores ..-1 I.. Q?-ei' '11 I' L 'TT' 'ZTTT Raymond Thomas Carolyn Thompson Jim Thompson Theresa Thompson Steve Tier Debbie Totman Todd Troy Greg Tumer Janet Vannatta Allen Vamer Richard Wade Steve Wagner Laurie Wagoner Pam Walters Ron Warner Sam Watson Debbie Wears John Weekley Dave Wells Melissa Wells Rick Wells Ron Westerheide Bob Wheeler Deanna White Judy White Sophornores 71 Scott Wiens Jim Wild Bart Wilson Jane Wilson Kim Wilson Randy Williams Tim Williams Jenny Wolfe Eugene Woods Sherrill Woods Dan Woodford Carol Woodland Shane Wright Steve Wright Jeanette Wyatt Leslie Yang Sally Yeager Jeff Yost Patty Zedaker Rob Carpenter 72 Sophomores wif? S Sophomores -fi-A . Robert Ansel Becky Blanton Ron Carruthers Randy Gillespie Philip LeBlanc .,c" Rick Matthews Parthenia Newton Jeffrey Ray Durke Todd James Turner NJ Lx lr I1 F X' Sophomore Class Officers: Rhonda Gates fTreas.J, Stan Fry fPres.J, and Shelly Frost fSec.J. Jeni Hren fV.P.J is not pictured. Sophomores 73 Sheila Agan Carlana Alexander Cindy Anderson Dean Annette Sharon App Linda Arnold Judi Arnott Greg Atkinson Ron Baldwin Terri Ball Julia Banning Dan Bateman Lisa Baxter Kathy Beatty Kurt Bechtel Brian Beckert Todd Bender Missy Bergs Pam Berry Frank Biffath 74 Freshmen Freshmen - Class of 81 ,X ,. 4-.4 Betsy Biggs Jerry Billman Dan Bingman Mark Bisenius Kendra Blair Chris Blubaugh Ken Blubaugh Scott Booth Joni Bordon Bruce Bostic Jeff Bower Ed Bowers Troy Boyd Tom Branstool Michelle Brasseur Charles Brenneman Sandy Brokaw Sandy Brown Bill Buckingham Sandra Burdulas Bob Burns Arthur Byall Nikki Cagnon Terry Campbell Dani Carey Freshmen 75 J. D. Clark Kay Clarke Alethea Clayborne Carla Clements Pam Cline Tina Cline Marcia Clutter Patty Cockrell Randy Coffing Jeff Combs Jackie Compton Todd Compton Lori Conger Joe Conkle Cathy Conkling Michelle Conway Sue Coogle Keith Cordell Tom Corrigan Traci Cottrel 76 Freshmen Linda Carruthers Sandy Casio Paula Chapman Susan Church :L TCT' ff Wfel' fax ... 'TNQ 'Q W . vt . .,, A- X J. I' lx Z Q 12731 I 1 ?""1lFE"'1 'U I F13 Brent Crawford Jill Crook Pam Croxton Jeff Cushman Brian Daily Brian Dalbec Gerenda Darr Shelly Davidson Doug Deam Mike DeLaurentis Mary Denton Chip DeVillers Janice DeWitt Jim Deye David Dezse Sandy Dice Tim Dills Melinda Dimmick Matt Dolick Mandy Dotson Brad Doup Deby Doup Penny Doup Doug Dove Stuart Duff Fresh men 77 Mark Dulaney Kathy Durbin Connie Durfee Trudy Eberhart Dan Eckelman Dave Edminster Rob Elwood Cheryl Emmert Jim Epley Floyd Ernsberger Bob Ested Lisa Fairchild Charlene Falor Terry Farley Pat Ferguson Kris Fosnaught Kelly Frame Mike Fry Mike Frye Patti Frye Granada Gadd Scott Gallogly Doug Gantt Kim Garrod Jeff Gordon 78 Freshmen Greg Gowdy Kara Graham Nick Grasberger Jim Graves Todd Graves Heather Gray Bob Grubaugh Chris Hamilton John Hardin Gretchen Harmon Jeff Harper Norman Harris Bobbie Harrod Paula Hawkins Ann Haywood Rob Heagren Gary Heffelfinger Jeanne Heiser Todd Hempfield Mike Hendrickson Penny Henthorn Kerry Hess Joanne Hickman Tina Highman Todd Highman Freshmen 79 Damion Hill Kathy Hiller Randy Hinder Debbie Hinzman Julie Hissong Diane Hite Ed Hoagle Joy Hoover Lynn Horn John Horne Dave Howell Jeff Hren Rochelle Hubbard Scott Hutcheson Berta Hull Cindy Ingram Cassie Jacobs Chuck Jenkins Faith Johnson Terrie Johnson Herschel Jones Sarah Kading Troy Kayser Jackie Keckley Sheila Keener 80 Freshmen Cao Van Khoa Jeff Kinds Margie Kirkhope Tim Kunkel Sharon Kyle Anthony Lachiara Lisa Lading Tammy Lance Rick Langley Scott Lashley Tammi Leedy Jim Legg Julie Lind Connie Linson Lewis Linscott Rhonda Litteral Sheryl Logue Nancy Lotz Matt Lyharger Rusty Mapel Cathy Marcell Angel Marcum Brenda Martin Jill Martin Mitch Martin Freshmen 8l Stacy Mastel Kathy Master Gina Mazza Dan McClain Jody McClure David McCoy Lori McCracken Tim McKee Amy McMillian Jenny McNeil Stuart McPeek Sue Merrilees Sherri Merrin Paul Meyer Denny Miller Michelle Miller Susan Miller Dan Monk Sharon Montgomery Wayne Montgomery Mike Momingstar Shawn Morrison Sheryl Morrison Amy Mosholder Tami Mossholder Freshmen fix -1 4' ,rs QQ Trudy Mossholder Susan Moxley Brent Mueller Diane Mullins Dave Muston Michael Myers Tonya Myers Darcy Myron Chris Neal Samar NUim Beth Noble Cindy Oberfield Marge O'Brien Roger O'Brien Jim Olmstead Pat O'Neill Judy Ostrander Larry Parker Tersa Parry Joe Pash Karen Payne Randy Peck Dave Perry Roger Perry Cathy Peterrnan Freshmen 83 Leisa Petrozino Belinda Peugh Mark Pfouts Connie Phillips Mike Piar Bev Picklesimer Jerry Putnam Roger Quinn Lynn Rardin John Reef Bob Reischman Shari Reynolds Maria Rezos Mitch Rhea Brent Richert Jerry Richert Ricky Ridgeway Doug Riffle Dale Riley Amy Ritter Stephanie Robinson Tammy Rogers Mike Rowe Dave Royer Rod Rudrick Freshmen N131 ,var I, E -I-ld an ir y 5l""Y' 'W 1-JS fl" :f.i'.j44sb- -' 1 l. "?f.9.Q2 S-fr Sherrie Rush Mike Russell Tim Rutherford Poochie Ryuse Tami Salmons Karen Sanko Mary Sasser Tom Sawaya Sue Savage Troy Savage Brian Scott Kim Schnormeier Julia Schwartz Linda Seavolt Pam Seavolt Julie Selby Caroline Seymor Gary Shaffer Jeff Shaffer Gregg Shannon Beth Shelhom Bob Shelhom Julie Shira Karen Shoemaker Kenneth Shotts Freshmen 85 Brad Shuff Bill Smith Brenda Smith Diane Smith Jim Smith Melissa Smith Mike Smith Rob Smith Ron Smith Kathy Silvis Joyce Stanton Bill Steigerwald Jackie Stichert Kurt Stump Jamie Stoutmyer Gary Stringfellow Tom Stringfellow Mike Strait Eric Stump Wendy Spears Suzie Sperling Dana Springer Jill Tharp Teresa Thomas Debbie Thompson 86 Freshmen Jodie Thompson Kelly Thompson Tammi Thompson Tammy Thompson Angie Tickle Penny Tier Debbie Tollison Terri Troy Kathy Trowbridge Georgiana Tucker Kim Turney Lauri Twigg Carla Vance Mary Vance Terry Vance Troy Vance Vera Vance Ray Van Fossen Jim Van Meter Steve Varner Jan Woltz Beth Walz Jim Wears Tammy Webb Tami Welling Freshmen 87 Jim Westerhiede Elaine Whiston Debi White Diana White Bob White Tracy White Debbie Whited Jo Ann Whilden Dean Williams Jeff Williams Thersa Williams Alica Wilson Laura Wilson Court Wissinger J im Witt Shawn Wolfe Artie Wolford Tom Wood Melinda Woodring Terrie Wythe Mike Yancheck Allen Yarger Scott Yarmen Bill Yeager Tracie Yoast 88 Freshmen I . i L WNW? Q Ala 7?-4 Q' Wx men Cheerleaders: Sandy Brokaw. Lisa Baxter, Stacy Mastel, Traci Youst, and Paula Chapman. Cathy Yocum Lisa Zale Shelly Zimmerman Terry Zollars Stephanie Dudgeon Freshmen 89 Mcmx VI 1 E. w A I J ' if . I if'-.---4' F . j 0 , 3'-I 6 V J 3 hh 1 ll N H H T i X7 ,H M 9 ,VW Faculty ulty Bclmr: Principal George Perry speaking at graduation. Riglil: Assistant Principal Blaine Young wades through paperwork. Lower Riglllf Administrative Assistant Marge Miller. 92 Faculty 'Xdministration N-Ju -..W r ---f r . A.--. . ,. .1,gI ,L .4 x. 9 A-g Dr. Perry Trinkner and Vice President of the Board. Tim Kahrl. .1 Board of Education of the Mount Vernon City Schools: Scaled: Guy Van Nostrand. Thelma Weaver. and Charles Chancellor. Slanding: President of the Faculty 93 94 Faculty Above: Betty Frye checks on an unexcused absence. Below: PBX operator Connie Brasseur and Secretary to the Principal Loretta Eherhart. ,-L i ..--,-.... I I ug, J.. 9. , 'WNY ffyt -c Office Secretary Jcztn Cherry kept thc counselors straightened first semester. Production clerk Kathy Williams. Mrs. Riggs took over the-iob of Guidance Office Secretary the second semester. I -l 'U ti , -ls ' l 4",: la , 'L Y' 'Y-' sal git Nb-I -v-I Mrs. Brztsseur. Faculty 95 i V 3' l Counselors Offer Guidance Below Lefl: Senior Counselor Rita Ball. Below Right: PACE teacher Duane Johnson and Freshman Counselor Burt Hanson in consultation. , - - 1 , I I l ., ' if . xx Q '11 'YW' 'O VY , Y, Above Left: Sophomore Counselor Bob Thomson. Above Righ1:Junior Counselor Chris Bobbey helps Steve Reeder with his schedule. 96 Faculty 1brar Adds New Mater Librarian Mrs. Valesca Nicholson reports happily that stu- nts use of the fine facilities of the school library has creased this year. Both class groups and individuals have ken advantage of the great variety of materials in the media r. The newly-acquired Facts on File and the latest edi- of the Encyclopedia Britannica make research easier and timely. There are also new audio visual materials needed new course offerings next year. Mrs. Sharon Lang 1als and Mrs. Margaret Poland. multi-media aides. continue their fine work in putting materials in the hands of students and maintaining the quiet atmosphere needed for independent study. Knowledgeable and tireless. Wayne Bower makes tapes, makes repairs and makes students and teachers happy through his constant efforts to make audio-visual materials available when needed. IIHL Wayne Bower adjusts sound. Above: Mrs. Nicholson. head librarian flashes a smile. rbrafv Sum' Sharon Lang. Valeska Nicholson. and Margaret Poland. l,.5l..fl t . 7 ll-J 5'f'+tl 1 'FV t . if p iggy Faculty 97 98 Faculty English I . l V X N X rf .. : KLA ' 4' A W4 . E - 1 The English Department: Standing: Roger Robertson. Evelyn Roeder. Don Bower, Dorothy Steinmetz. Penny Rauzi. Scaled: Area C son Kate Dunham. Mary Elliott. and Holly Troy. huirpd Dorothy Steinmetz. Evelyn Roeder.:1nd Roger Robertson. RFQ? H' -.lin-A , l Cindy Hammond. Holly Troy. A- , Faculty 99 Social tudies The Sociz1lSludies Department: Robin Hren. Dave Moore. Paul Pfeiffer. Area Chairman GL1ryKost. Marlin Peterson. Paul Walters. and Bill Shriver .1-A ll. .J .,.,,,, X. .xi N-5. 2 , "Who says the world is round?" Martin Peterson. Lefr: Mr. Moore smiles the day after graduation. Faculty I O1 It Figures 431 .Q 1 'J 6 ., -. . 1 v., The Math Department: Keith Merrin. Houston Schiosser. Susan Cunningham. Matt Wilbur. Elaine Stull. Arlfassell. Micki Lane. Earl Fry. and Ron Bodart. 102 Faculty Area Cliziirinun Art Cassell Ron Bodart shows his enthusiasm for circles. ,S ' .41 Elaine Slull ultjust doesn't add up." ,-v. Faculty IO3 104 Faculty Scientific Viewpoint Upper Riglll: "You've got lo be kidding." Lnwcr Righl: Nancy Slillwell. "lt's important to lwve the right slam! on life." M .ei ,M T v hr. Id , fp Fha Science Department: Sllllltffllgi John Cleland. Area Chzxirnmn Nick Houston. John Wagner. Dan Dewald. Ray Cornprobst. and Nancy Slillwcll. SL'tIIL'lf.' AI Helscr. Ron BOd2lI'l. and Myra Wiesler. 1 U-:J .aa- as ". V . - 4,-v , .' , -- -0 I nn-vw' mln' L 0 F V 1 H 1, ,L',-s.-0' John Wagner Myra Wiesier Faculty 1 05 Business is Good .V4 .,.,. ,A M -wif: I iw The Business Department: Slanding: Don Dolwick. Sandy Genre. Liz Schramm. Sf'lIIL'd.' Dorma Warrick. Area Chairperson Joyce Berry. and Eldora Filhx ln I O6 Faculty 1 -Q Lqfk: Arcu Chairperson .loycc Berry. Lower Lqfl: Sandy Genre poses for the czuneru. Below: First year teacher Liz Schrumm. 'Wai I I Q' . ...J QQ Faculty I O7 Righf: "ParIez-vous franquisf' Lmvvr LQIY: Area chairperson Mary Catherine Ritter. Lower Righl: "Who told you that Latin is zi dead language?" 0 . X Kg. .. ,K-.r q . 'N . n I ve . 'ig up . Html' eg 5 i -. Il: ! :ll XC..- -."..- ' 2... I.-.X 'X xvj f U' 5:f',. .J.i.., 's rr, 108 Faculty ',A. fl oreign Languages ,tmfgt WW! vit me Foreign Language Department: Ben Lupicat. Joyce Pabijan. Dorothy Steinmetz. Donna Bresnan. and Area Chairperson Mary Cath- ine Ritter. Faculty 109 Drivefs Education Rigln: Dave Gray tries to look umden1i1'. Below: Paul Walters looking smug. get I IO Fcxculiy ' 1 CE Helps Special Students 'I 1? .. -r - , PACE Teacher Kay Hoppe and one of her students. Duane Johnson Faculty ' Ill 'l I 2 Faculty Music Below: Choir Director Marilyn Harris prepares the Choir for Graduation. Righl: Band Director Bob Bechtel looks for the Marching Band. "They were herejust a moment ago." Rx i J 1 olorful Art Teachers Y' - il ,...41- '--y N Y ' .?.".....1- i -135 , l 9-5'f' ,f Q M'-fa, , A Q 7,- ,, .wh -..' ' 4 V15 MW v . -+-. v. xl.:--1 Q U N f - Q ,,4.' V fpjv, ' . 1 , - u yl-, . . -TQYIQQA . V h y Top: Brian Biiby. Below: Bill Jenkins Faculty I I 3 H E ' Upper Lqfl: Jane Throckmorton. Upper Righl: Connie Cline. Lower Ldr: Betty Phillippi and friend. Lower Riglu: Area Chairperson Lillizxn While Faculty ndustrial Arts Department eaches Practical Skills -s IRI TWIN 2511 Ld! lo R Ch gf1Gg DM C 'Q -..P ff ' 'F Q I r'1'Y 159 1. fi. r Km, M Huusser fidd I 'around in the shop. Health and Physical Education The P.E. and Health department Below: John Fair. Dave Daubenmire. Linda Ellis and Nancy Laslo. tries to develop an interest for health and fitness in MVSH students. Stu- dents participate in softball, basketball, gymnastics, and many other activities. All students are required to take one semester of health. Health classes teach personal hygiene habits which students can use for the rest of their lives. I I X - 1 'i N :iv M K,- 7' ,J,..- --t. taxt. LN, Above Left: Department Chairperson Nancy Laslog Above Right: ln addition to teaching Phys. Ed. Dave Daubenmire is an assistant coach for football and wrestl he is also STUCO Advisor. 1 Faculty I I6 Food Service The food service employees work hard each day to provide lunch. The food they prepare is served at all of Mount Vernon's elementary schools and the Middle School as well as at MVSH. These dedicated ladies have to report to work each morning at 6 AM. Right: Food Service Administrator Mary Rock. 5 fn, fi i if l g ii 6 M N i ps' i ggi, Q, . . XVI' 5 5 1 ll l ii i 11 .L I 1 5 'H ' 5 - I - A WU W' Activities I 'ii K It '11-, Q. 44 fn 5 Adlvifies I I9 The 1977 Homecoming Court Riglu: Queen Lynn Piar: Lower Lqhs Senior Cammie Compton: Lower fight: Senior Rennee Arek 'I 20 Activities Michelle Fox Top: Soph. Amy Ernest Junior Theresa Bailey 3f'UU'W-' S0Ph- Jeni Hfen 1 W -.wr "" sk' .9 34-.rv Top: Freshman Penny Doup Bonom: Freshman Stacey Mastel :za mf zfz Activities I 21 Student Council tried something new this year, Spirit Week. The week began with Hat Day and students displayed an array of toppers. On Tuesday students showed how well they could "mix and match" their apparel. Each class then demonstrated its creativity, decorating a designated hall with crepe paper "spirit," and the Sopho- more class took first prize. On the aftemoon preceding "Slave Day," STUCO auc- tioned the football players to the student body, some for as high as 819. For this the slave did as his master bid all day Thursday. Black and orange clad students filled the gym on Homecoming Day to watch classmates who had paid for the privilege throw pies in the faces of members of the faculty. The week was well-received by stu- dents and more spirit was seen than has been evident in the high school in a long time. Thursday evening's Snake Dance seemed anti-climactic, possibly due to a shorter route, and the bonfire was sadly missed. 1-.....,.. Far Right: Pat O'Neil creams Coach Comprobst. Right: Does Gary Winand have something to toot about? Below: Do Seniors "rule?" ,gi Spirit Sparks Students yn- vr.T' 'va B A . -. ' Y p Q ' x Wt. 4- I' , . , . ,, .F.,- L . .P , .t A f t,--t,4-tfff+t--J,- ': ' ,T if .Min .-,..,-.-1.-. -. -.. , ,.i .17 , , .a v Far Right: The music moves Jeni Hren and Jim Swetlicg Right: Queen Lynn Piar succeeds Lisa White: Below: The Home- coming Court clap their approval. The Jackets lit up the lives of the Home- coming Eve fans with a I4-7 defeat of the Delaware Pacers. Queen Lynn Piar and escort Jim Morse reigned over this most tra- ditional of games and watched Dave McCann, Jerry Graves and Doug Gorsuch lead the Jackets to victory. On Saturday night students boogied in celebration with WNCILS Dave Anthony. Despite Anthony's disc-spinning expertise, most students expressed the desire for live music next time. I YI I 1 N 1 'lllv I , , ' 4 '41, '- N 'I . , , , r y I-,' Inf! I. I X, 1:,,v - - 2 J S, l,'Ifv "' P I 1,fg,4'.uf I' 4, 1:1 ' - -xfvli' .- f. 4 'a:,, I ,, Al, - xx X XX ,ri V I i V . Y 5 X l . v , ,- - 1 ,z ' ,' ' 'f.-,, 4 .1 -, E -' K 'x , ,' lf I i I , . 7 :gl ' . . lap. " , 1 '-l f - ., I-,, 4' I - fl? .Il A It - ' .ii 1 ' ll -. . xg J ' - ,V . 'hiifvf' f- e ' 2 f lun u -. b . , V 1- :- I... 15, 1' 5 ,' ' I 7' I. lr- ,fl . ' I I ,':, 1' 4:-v.-,,.,"' ,Q . .nf 4 Q' rsri, -I, l0"4:"',1 H S :tin-Q' ' Nuys, , I ' 4 Q .dh ,+ 'l,. - I q 'Q ' Q":'.r1? .!.-lx :L ai. 41 is ,- lv. Il- .. 1 ,fr . .,- . 1 . 5.3.5 :Q lx 0,1 .1 ! 4 7 W ,al ifilf tv 6 -. 1 M., -' imp' 554 , ' . ,i I, I- 4: If ,gi-ro' 'Sl I 3 ' f',,. f. 4' 1-,I 1 I if I I ' ii ' V i, ' ' 'N .vu U" f . N' 5 ' 'ff"vut.," I-x1':r'n-vw.:-v:1n..:,.,-r -1.1 , 45433- Homecoming Happenings Left: Queen Lynn Piar sparklesg Below: Defense digs inlg B0!I0l7l.' The Home- coming Court travels in style. ' I em' 3 i ,,, -'Q lzrahiiiillv- 1 ,vcurlqm JVS Proud of Program The students of the Knox County Joint Vocational High School take great pride in their building and its fine programs. The school is unique in its provision of the two-fold opportunity of developing career oriented technical skills while not precluding the possibility of the students, further development in higher educational institutions. The philosophy of the JVS is that every stu- dent is entitled to a program of studies broad enough to provide him or her with the best educational opportuni- ties possible. The Knox County Joint Vocational High School strives to prepare the student for effective citi- zenship and to promote good student attitudes toward work. This past year several students won national and state honors stemming from their vocational skills. Right: Brenda Grant reigns as VICA Queen. Below: Shelly Workman. Mary Forthover and Brenda Grant discuss an assignment. 1, a ef' Q1 ...Lai 'Q W 'C l 26 Activities .f!' Q a " K rl, mln the Know" In The Know advised by Mr Paul Pfieffer, met once each week for practice Their officers were President, Sonja Gatton: Treasurer ,QV Tonga Gatton and Secretary Kris Rezos. Last year's team lost in an earlier challenge round therefore, this year's team was not able to par- f ticipate in the television production of "In the Know." Below, Row I fl to rj: Matt Hull, David Wells, Steve Tier, John Benjamin. Row 2 fl I0 rl: Sonja Gatton, Maria Rezos, Dana Riffle, Gary Winand, Doug Riffle, Kris Rezos, Altha Johnson. Middle: Kris Rezos and Mr. Pfieffer work with the team. Above: Team members challenge each other. You Can't Take It ith You Roger Robertson directed another funny production. "You Can't Take it With You," which played to a disappointingly small audi- ence. Lavish scenery accentuated fine performances by all actors involved. A "bomb" filled the theater with smoke on Saturday night making participants of the playgoers. Cast Penelope .... ....... .... K a thy McLaren Essie ........ ..... L inda Eberhart Rheba ........ .... M eredith Fowler Paul Sycamore . . . ....... Jeff Bateman Mr. DePinna .... ..... D ave Treleaven Ed ...................... .... S cott McCullough Donald ...................... .,.... J ohn Spears Martin Vanderhof 1GrandpaJ . . . ,... Greg Stemm Alice ............,......... ..... L inda York Henderson .... ....... K evin Foster Tony Kirby ...... .... K ent Youngman Boris Kolenkhov . . . ...... John Collier Gay Wellington .... .... T erri Bateman Mr. Kirby ....... .... R ay Bridges Mrs. Kirby ..... .... B eth Crawford Three J-Men . . . . . .Rick Roberson Brian Gastin Kevin Foster Olga .... .... J an Headington Top: Kent comforts Linda after seeing the turnout for the play: Middle: The Addams Family'?: Bottom: Jeff. did you hear what you thought you heard? Activities XS-- gp Drama Club Travels to Q'Oz', V The spring play "The Wizard of Oz" was well received by both the young and old, especially the young, stated director Roger Robertson. Over 1,000 people attended the five performances during the weekend of May 5. Robertson also commented that a great deal of work by the cast and crew members went into the costumes, scenery, and make-up. Many students tried out for parts in the spring play, so Robertson decided that there would be two casts. This is a first for a high school production. At Left: Sr. Carol Wagoner as Glinda and the Munchkins tell Dorothy to follow the Yellow Brick Road. Below: L-R Kirk Spradley fCowardly Lionj, Kevin Foster fScarecrowJ. Randy Justice fTinmanJ. and Penny Cockrell fDorothyJ. I Q -,ww-n... .31 - ' W E v 4 ff IT? .X ,Dx CTI fi fin A :A Achvnhes I 29 An Enrichin Experience Enrichment Week is a learning experience. Enrichment Week is travel. Enrichment Week is like no other in the school year. Teachers and students come together in unique circum- stances. Co-ordinated by Administrative Assistant Marjorie Miller, the second Enrichment Week at Mt. Vernon High School pro- vides students with an opportunity to elect their own fields of study or travel experience. Lucky students traveled to Rome, to New York City, to Florida and Hawaii. Many studied Ger- man or rocketry or learned to play tennis. Some played chess or played cards or played golf . These students allowed to vacation with parents reported to teachers about their experiences. Many worked at jobs throughout the community. William Tell takes aim. .Jgfg g lfiglvtumstii.. it .rX:E'gf- 'T "Af Activities 130 Patty Fannin Beginning Tennis. 'Q 4. .ful ' I ', 't p . f. .' 'g f U. N .x.,, M ,f -.A . ' .'-Ciw ik. "4-hi - - "v ' 1 N - . , yy .PL 4 gk-, .,,g , 4 . ggi, . -2 5 V, - 5 ' ..., 'K 1 " - K- Lefis Brian Gastin plays "victim" in a first aid class: Below: Mr. Peter- son "shot an arrow into the air. . ." L ' A run .'.1ot." '. - -mi V. ,Mkiisw Xl 3-11171 S -all- have: Gary Hcffelfinger and Jim Dye in Beginning Chess. Activities 'I 31 Riglzl: Students practice in Beginning Guitar during E-Week. Bvhmz' Cavers prepare to depart to Renfro Valley to re-live "Life Cuve- Man Style." 132 Activities A f ,I 'inw- f lgiml 44. rt Lej: Mall Dolick got a chance to be a river boat captain. Lower Lefzs Gymnastics. Lower Right: Roscoe Village. Acfivifies 133 ' ' P A -I -L Q fs CML ' v Ev 4 al 51'- . Q l W ' I , W 1 Q 7 1 . 'Dill' ' I V 1 ' Y L Y 1 lg , 'IU 9 v X w '. Q ' 5 3 I w W i W , 1 1 1 W W R 3 f C 9 W Sports 136 Sports 451 Lf 'K 155,51 522 , u 'f .-I Row I Ilfrj: Coach Ray Cornprobst, Tom Auker, Rick Spearman, Mike Tumey, Brian Gastin, Jerry Graves, Dan Miller. Artie Fry, Doug Adams, Harold Ste Mark Ferguson, Dave Dulaney. Randy McPeek, Dave McCann, Coach Earl Fry. Row 2 Il-rj: Ken Kushmider, Larry Dunn, Doug Gorsuch, Tom Hillier. Van Nostrand, Rick Dailey, Phil Gallogly, Mike Lang, Mike Welsh, Jim Morse, Doug Curry. Row 3 fl-rj: Coach JohnHFair, Scott Burdulis, Kevin, Frye, Harrod, Tom Lahmon. Steve Phillips, Jim Wyant, Mark Farely, Karl Baxter, Kent Baldwin, Jim Swetlic, Jay Peterson, Brian- Palm, Coach Matt Wilbur. Row rj: Glen Simmons, Gary Williams, Joe Wolford, Larry Stringfellow, Roger Fowler, Stan Winand, Bruce Oliver, Kevin McHugh, Jim Yowler, Jack Campolo, Conway. Row 5 Il-rj: Coach Paul Watters, Jim Lindsey. Bill Conway, Tim Harrod, Stan Fry, Butch Grennell. Chris Tanner, Jerry'Clinggrs. Trent Baldwin. lil Rune, Dale Annett. Coach Dave Daubenmire. Row 6 fl-rj: Rob Carpenter, Al Lindeman, Ron Warner, Dale Moore, Doug Phillips,,Sean Conway. Row 711-rj: McMillan, Steve Fry. Keith Dailey. ridders Finish Strong V ,t F tb H HYSIY O0 3, Mt. Vernon Opponents 24... .... Gallon ............. . . .7 14 . . . .... Mansfield Madison .... . . . .21 7 . . . .... Westerville South .... . . . .14 0 . . . .... Worthington ..... . . . .43 6... ...Reynoldsburg...... ...7 7 . . . .... Westerville North . . . . . . .26 14... .... Delaware ........ . .. . .6 6... ...Hilliard... ....25 14... .... Whitehall ...7 21 .... Coshocton ...0 4 Wins 6 Losses 4th Place Finish in OCC if y --.- V 1 --- ' 'Y . V The 1977 Football Season started out slowly as the V I Jackets dropped five out of their first six contests. After a lot of hard work and a heartbreaking one point loss to Reynoldsburg the Yellow Jackets and - Coach Ray Cornprobst were able to turn things around. They won three of their last four games. " -A -ot.. - 'hill' M Ns... "Q qi' 1 s .-K-'x..: fa-l--1-Y-I 'Q kiwi'-TL f f . 11 ,,.. ,f .,,'-,'..ff' 'F .U ef A V . -W ,J, -. ,,,,,..'W. A --'- .'-- -..""' ":, "2 .. .V -- - "' 1 -. .- .N--' . , .f - cf: 's"..1..Q:-A'l5:Y-Lili' 'Q fi' .4 ll-':,. 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' f '- ff' Ji' 2:',,Af' nf . ffel '-.-1-9:5 L-r -'51 Tlx. ,fryg Y.: pl, by P 'iq J 5. lf tr Q' .r,g.m,... ev. ., 11 H' 4 .L -.fan , Ns Av'-'flf...- H' '4153-- Us: , '-t?f2'fv,2's -rvtfvw'-3' " '- had - . taiuli-'E ?":1.s5v9f-111, -maui ' 49' f l:"'f i- Top: Dave Oliver attempts a field goal while Joe Nussbaum holds during freshman action: Lower Lej?: Tailback Harold Steward is dragged down by a Mansfield defender: Freshman Todd Compton fights for extra yardage. Sports 137 I 38 Sports Upper Lqfl: Mike Turney and Tom Hillier: Upper Righl: Doug Gorsuch looks for a receiver: Bollom: Freshman football team. 1 1 ' ' Row I fl-rj: Tom Householder. Tony Lechiara, Tom Corrigan. .leff Harper. Roger Perry, Scott Gallogly. Arte Wolford, Chris Hamilton. Row 2 fl-rj: Troy Troy Savage. Bill Yeager. Mike Delsaurentis. Keith Buck, Todd Graves. Jeff Hren, Randy Hinderer. Jim Wears. Dave Oliver. Joe Nussbaum. Mike Fry. Row f rj: Head Coach Dave Korns. Dean Annett. Mike Strait. Mike Piar. Joe Conkle, Brian Dailey. Seth Yarmen, Brent Mueller. Todd Bender. Dave Perry, Dougl 4 Todd Compton, Jeff Gordon, Assistant Coach Tom Beach. Row 4 Ilarj: Tom Stringfellow. Dave Edminister, Dan Bateman. Jim Graves, Damion Hill. Rusty Maple. Ed Bowers. Bruce Widrig. Todd Highman. Pat O'Neil. Bob Phillips. Frank Biffiath. Don Scott, J. D. Clark. 1 Tap: Jackets swarm on enemy running tiltack: Mizlzllc: Mike Turney kicks at field goal against Westerville: BOIlI1lH.' Jacket couches John Fair. Mat! Wilbur. Paul Watters. Earl Fry. and Dave Daubenmire. Reserve Scores Mt. Vernon Opponents 20 ............ Mansfield Sr. ............. 0 13... .... Whitehall .... . . .8 8... .... WestervilleS... ...ZI O .... Worthington ... ....6 0 . .. .... Reynoldsburg . .. . . .12 8... .... Westerville N .. ...IO l9... .... Delaware... ...,O 14... .... Hilliard ...I3 4Wins 4Losses Sports 139 Sports l 40 Jacket Cheerleaders ACt1Vt " 2' MW" 4 I' Ltff-I.' Varsity Cheerleaders look enthused during a Jacket basketball game: Riglu: Senior Cheerleaders Cammie Compton and Lyn Piar lead the Senior Class pep rally: Ballom: The Varsity Cheerleaders include Cheryl Oberfleld. Cammie Compton. Laura Merrin. Lyn Piar. Jane Snyder. and Kyle Graham. . . Through all Seasons 1: Reserve Cheerleaders. top to bottom: Cammic Roberson. Becky Dilley. Donna Mickley. Sharon Cullers. Amy Ernest. and Tina Rasmussen: Left: Jackets will gnlz Right: Cheerleader Becky Dilley awaits the hour of the big game. l Sports l4l Sporfs 142 The Spirit Squads! The girls that give the guys the spirit are Mt. Vernon High School's three Cheerleading squads. The girls attended cheerleading camp last summer at Kenyon College. A carwash and a bake sale raised some money for uniforms. The girls hostessed a dinner for the foot- ball players and honored the OCC champion basketball team with cakes on Valentine's Day. Advisor Nancy Laslo entertained all the girls in her home on Christmas. presenting roses to the four senior girls. The Freshman squad competed at Franklin Heights in the fall and brought back two trophies. Cheers! Right: Freshman Cheerleaders practice a mount for competition: Below: Freshman Cheerleaders left to right. Sandy Brokaw, Stacy Mzistel. Paula Chapman. Sherrie Merrin. Lisa Baxter. and Tracey Youst. if g ,J . A 114 T in g pn- W L YTJ - 1 Mat Maids I. The Reserve wrestling cheerleaders practice a mount. 2. Kneeling IL-Rl: Maria Cargill. Sherrie Rush. Cyd Craigo. Sranding IL-Rl: Cheryl Emmert, Gina Mazza, Sandi Keen. 3. Row I IL-Rl: Pam Spi- cer. Lynne Harris. Susan Meadows. Jarma Dove. Rmr2IL4R1.' Theresa Bailey. Janet Burt. Vickie Sav- age. 3. Sports 143 l-44 Sports Volle ball Scores Mt. Vernon Opponents fGames Wonj CGames Wonj Z ............... Newark .... ............. 0 Z... .... Malabar ..... ....l 0 ... .... Whitehall ........ ....Z 0 ... .... Delaware .......... ....Z 0 . . . ..... Westerville North .... . . . .2 l . . . ..... Reynoldsburg ...... . . . .Z 0 ... ..... Hilliard .......... ....Z l ..... Newark .......... ....Z 0 ... ..... Whitehall ......... ....Z 0 , . . ..... Westerville North .... . . . .Z l . . . ..... Reynoldsburg ..,.. . . . .Z 0 ..... Hilliard ........ ....Z 0 ..... Gallion ...... ....Z l ..... Delaware ..... .Z Tournament Z ... ..... Columbus West .... . . . .l 0 .. . .... Westerville S ...... . . . .Z 3 Won I3 Lost Standing flqfl to righll: Krista Adams. Susan Humbert. Trina Spadafore. Lori Weber. Kneeling flcgfr lo righll: Diane Dennis. Janet Robey. Shelly Frost. Diane Jones Reserve Voile ball Mt. Vernon Opponents fGames Wonj QGames Wonj 0 2 .............,.Newark.... 2 ............... Malabar ... ......... ...O 2 .... .... Wh itehall .... .... l 0 .... .... D elaware ..... .... 2 2 .... .... W esterville N . . . . . . .l 0 .... .... R eynoldsburg ..... .... 2 0 .... .... H illiard ........ .... 2 l .... .... N ewark ...... .... 2 -3, 2 .... .... Wh itehall .... .... l --1 . 2 .... .... D elaware ..... .... l 2 0 .... .... W esterville N ..... .... 2 ' ""' 1 .... .... R eynoldsburg ..... .... 2 0 .... .... H illiard . . ...... .... 2 2 .... .... G alion ......... .... l 3. 6Won 8Lost op Row: Lisa Fairchild, Kathy Silvis. Karen Franz, Penny Doup, Sherri Rush. Cathy Cothern. Second Row: Diane Jones. Betsy Banner, Kirsten Ryuse, Teresa oreman. From Row: Pam Spicer. Ginn Mazza. Jodi Thompson. Sports I 45 146 Sports Season's Scores Mt. Vernon Opponents 2 .... 1 .... Newark .... ...3 0 .... ...Bexley .......... ....5 5 .... ..... G alion ............. .... 0 5 .... . . .Marion River Valley .... . . . .O 3 .... . . .Mansfield St. Peters .... . . . .2 5 .... ..... W hitehall ......... .... 0 5 .... ..... D elaware ........ .... 0 4 .... ..... C oshocton ........ .... l 5 .... ..... W esterville North .... .... 0 3 .... ..... R eynoldsburg ..... .... 2 5 .... ..... H illiard ......... .... 0 5 .... ..... W hitehall ........ .... 0 4 .... ..... D elaware ......... .... l 5 .... ..... W esterville North .... .... O 3 .,.. ..... R eynoldsburg ..... .... 2 5 .... ..... H illiard .......... ..,. 0 For the second year in a row Susan Cunninghanfs tennis team captured the OCC crown. Led by only one Chris Collier, the young, players finished their season l after losing their first two games. I3 Wins 2 Losses OCC Champs Smnding: Judy White. Jill Johnson. Michele Fox. Lori McKee. Roxanne Berry, Lynn Rogan. Seated: Jill Crook. Amy Mosholder. Mandy Dotson, Jan ton. Girl etters Win OCC er Left: Girls' tennis coach Dick Cunningham oversees the practice: Upper Right: Double's team ol' Roxanne Ben'y and Jill Johnson wait for the serveg Lower h1.'.lunior Michelle Fox displays her excellent back swingg Lower Lefl: Lori McKee practices her ground stroke. l I spam 147 Sports 148 Jackets Share Division Crown The 1977-78 Jacket basketball team won a share of the Capital Division title by coming on strong at the end of the season. The Jackets started by winning their first game in an overtime thriller over Galion. They then lost three straight before upsetting OCC opponent Whitehall. One of the biggest wins of the season was a 78- 44 victory over Westerville North. The Jackets came extremely close to an upset win over Columbus East in a game that fans will be talking about for a long time. Columbus East was state ranked. The Jackets ended their season with a double overtime toumament loss to Columbus South. From Row: Jamie Justice. Jim Swetlic. Doug Gorsuch. Jeff Piears. Dave McCann. Doug Curry and Kevin McHugh Back Ron Assistant Coach Dave Mgr. Mike Fithian. Russ Midkiff. Craig Maloney. Gary Banbury. Kevin Dailey. Greg Merrin Mgr Jim McMillan and Coach Keith Merrin Varsity Basketball Mt. Vernon Opponents 53 ........ ..... G alion ,... . ..... 50 COTJ 44 .... ..... G roveport... .....5l 36 .... ..... C hillicothe .... ..... 4 4 48 .... ..... N ewark ..... ..... 5 3 73 .... ..... W hitehall ... . . . . .67 46 .... ,.... D elaware ...... ..... 5 8 78 .... ..... W esterville N. .... ..... 4 4 53 .... ..... R eynoldsburgh .... ..... 3 6 68 .... ..... H illiard ......... ..... 6 0 70 .... ..... W esterville S. .... ..... 5 0 59 .... ..... C olumbus East .... ..... 6 4 60 .... ..,.. W orthington ..... ..... 5 6 62 .... ..... A shland ....... ..... 5 3 64 .... ..... W hitehall ....... .,... 4 9 72 .... ..... W esterville N. .... ..... 5 4 47 .... ..... D elaware ........ ..... 5 3 64 .... ..... R eynoldsburgh .... ..... 4 4 44 .... ..... H illiard ......... ..... 5 6 Tournament 39 .... ..... C olumbus South ..... ..... 4 2 KOTJ Overall Record I I-8 OCC Record 9-5 Co Champs of the OCC Capital Division ,ffm - Kevin McHugh tries an "Dr, J," move: Bulmm: Dave McCann and Greg Mcrrin on defense. f nf" ' Sporis if 45 . ' ' V ' O r- , I -'FF 2 . ,L - -1 G' 'sl I , "' V J ! ' f -1,, f ,411 i .' u ' E I f' "57'f'l' . 0, . W '1 '. .5-'gn-,-N. ,447 -im-, Ag i . 1,1 .4 5 F i '-19-Q-,I ' --f 4 :J .., fig A -, A,- W U 3 ,nn- .J ,-A 'ii-4 .I -X. ff .....+- an w " l W L L Senior Kevin Darley mkes uhm goshomore Craig Maloney Says. "Gimme lhlll a !" v-' .I I AEA I nan squad F7-uni Rmvllm1'J.'Todd Bender. manager. John Reef. Jeff Bower. Todd Graves. Jeff Gordan.. Brad Shuff. Mike Hendrickson. Joe Nussbaum: Serum! lo rj: Coach Don Dolwick. Brent Mueller. Brent R ichcrl. Scott Booth. Scott Lashley. Greg Shannon, Denny Miller. Troy Kayser. Mark Pfouts. Randy Hind- Sporfs ISI Sports l52 rapplers Get Down Ml. VCFIIOI1 Opponents 3l ........ ...Newark .. ..... ...20 28 .... ...Utica ....... . . .39 63 .... ...Whitehall .... .. . I2 I9 .... ...Galion ...43 29 .... ...Hilliard ... . , .38 26 .... ...Lexington ... . . .25 32 .... . . .Coshocton ...... . . .32 47 .... ...Buckeye Valley . .. .. .18 31 .... ...Malabar ........ ...25 32 .... . . .Westerville N . . . . . .28 Wrestling Coach Dan Dewald was proud of Varsity w 40 .... ...Delaware .... ...24 tling efforts this year. despite many injuries. including I6 .... ...Ashland ...... ...45 own. Finishing the year with a winning record. the te 6 .... ...Reynoldsburg ....... .... . ..59 placed second in the league with senior Doug Leaman sophomore Jim Marsell clinching league championships. 7 Wins 5 Losses l Tie Marsell.jr. and .lim Morse placed second in the league. Row One: .lim Morse. Vince Giampolio. Bob Marsell. .lim Marsell. Dan Noonan. Tim Harrod. Rick Cline. Sonny Ferarra. Ed Piar: Row Two: Coach Dave mire. Tom Lahmon, Jim Baughman. Stu Poland. Gail Stenger. Frank Oley. Doug Leaman. Harold Steward. Jeff Baxter. Tim Knight. .lim Goudy, Rick Three: Mike Fry. Jim Graves. Tim Woosley. Jeff Hren. Tim Corrigan. Matt Lybarger. Dean Bouchard. Tom Evangelista. Adam Bartells. Bill Perry. Dave T. Four: Joe Conkle. Brad Harrod. Doug Phillips. Doug Dove. Keith Buck. Roh Ball. Tim Newton. Keith Walton. Tim Yarman. and Jim Lindsey. w' 1:ef'm.f---'- . i spans I53 Sports 154 fl glgha' sl J 5 'inns Row I U10 rj: manager, Diana Reef. Lori Mckee. Julie Collier. Crista Adams. Judy White, Michelle Fox. manager. Lynn Rogan: Row 2 ll lo rj: coach, Duane Diane Dennise. Janice Refitt, Lyn Cvrasburger. Sue Brown. Janet Robey. Chris Collier. Cindy Brown. XJ Cl' Penny Doup, Terri Johnson. Darcy Myron. Cathy Benson. Cathy Colhran, manager. Amy Davidson: Row 21110 r1:C Row I 1110 rl: manager, Michelle Mackie, Duane Johnson, Debie White. Poochie Ryuse, Cathy Hiller. Cindy Oberfield, Marylynne Buchanon. Kim Turney. Becky Peterson. Coach Cindy Brown. ' irl Cagers Finish Season 11-9 "It was the best year we ever had," said girls' basketball coach Duane Johnson. The girls finished with an ll-9 record for the season. Coach Johnson is very optimistic about next year with eight out of l l varsity players returning. Johnson feels the team will have a good nucleus to begin next year. ' I The three senior girls, Chris Collier, Sue Brown, and Janice Reffitt. will be missed next year, but there are a good number of underclassmen to pick up any slack. Diana Dennis controls thejump ball as Sue Brown looks on. .ill Senior Chris Collier puts up a shot during the Westerville N. game. iris Track Team Wins! Dual Meet Season Mt. Vernon 75 Galion 96 Whitehall 77 Delaware 85 Reynoldsburg 61 Newark 44 Hilliard 91 W Ashland 66W Westerville N Capital Division Conference Meet Mt. Vernon .................... Westerville N .................. Delaware ..... Hilliard .....,.. Reynoldsburg ................. Whitehall ........................ Winner of the Capital Division of the OCC Rriglir: Kristen Ryues in the longjump. :I 1 -' .-' V , ,J -gg ' ... L' - '- .1 ,nf-H fix.-Y ' ' I Q ' M 1 T' f lx I F , J!! .f hw, ,sf 4:-4 f . Q , ,. . I f --,f 1' A ! ,BY V ' f , ,, , . " V jp-JA Y V - If U- VV ,A I 1 ' r ' 'J ia ff? J, J I rr,.f-f" ,. f f Q' :TFQK :Q V 1 , ff" -9' 3' 19' f hr U F 1 . - 'WEVA 1 - Q 5999911111 ff 4 ITI ll K Q ,pf 4 yn, N f ' 4 " Ny, -, 'o -B -... ... Nf. 'R' li J, ...fd .f G-nm... .a.. --lqb ,',1 ' ni Me, -0, 1 58 Sports Baseball Mt. Vernon Opponents l Utica 0 3 Mansfield Malabar 7 l Galion 8 l Westerville North l2 2 Hilliard 12 0 Shelby I0 5 Shelby I5 3 Delaware 2 2 Reynoldsburg 3 2 Whitehall 7 IO Coshocton 7 3 Coshocton 8 Mt. Vernon Oppona l Newark 9 l2 Columbus Eastmoor 3 Gahanna 8 4 Chillicothe I 7 Westland 5 6 Westerville North - 2 Groveport l l 6 Delaware 6 Westerville South 3 9 Whitehall 5 Worthington 6 0 Reynoldsburg Below: Jamie Justice tags the runner out at home. of course. Right: Russ Midkiff comes home to approving teammates, , 'iii l'2"'F'.1""'..,, " P ' ' Nfl 'ft' W V , t, V t 1 ' -- - -www R ...- , h. 7 1 ' "LF ,P V - . 'r A' 1 as 5 t ---.. 7. Ill-H ,Q .- - ' I , n' 1 V K. --.x,t:w!aHgy K mfrre 3- A 9. 7. x - ' Aa.. -4. Golfers Complete Winning Season . Vernon Opponents Marion Harding 156 l Danville 3l6 Whitehall 346 4 Coshocton 156 3 Whitehall 360 8 Newark 181 8 Upper Arlington 321 The Mt. Vernon High School golf team finished the season with 13 wins and 9 losses. The team's average was 329.2. They , Lead Matches placed 6-4 in the league which tied them for second place. In Xmglon- 167- Malflbaf l7l- Madlsfm W6- Mt- VCYHOH '58 the Adkins Iiiviieiiehei they finished iii fourth place at 3033 iii the Sectional Tournament they finished fifth, 3315 and in the 'lliafd 333- Weslefville North 345- Ml- Vemon 334 Ceiehiai Falls Invitational they finished tenth. 344. adison l75, Malabar 169. Lexington 163, Marion Harding 2, Mt. Vernon 160 IA L 313. Westerville North 323, Mt. Vernon 328 335, Delaware 366. Mt. Vernon 360 ff" 'ow I: Matt Hull, Andy Richert. Jeff Williams. John Eualt, Jeff Strouse, Jerry Richert. Row 2: Coach Kent Miller, Tim Cunningham, Mark Hunnicut, Michael ithian. Jerry Goetzman, Jeff Green, Bob Flynn. Jacket etters Come In Second in OCC Mt. Vernon Opponents 0 Reynoldsburg 5 1, it . 3 Newark 2 4 Whitehall 1 5 Westerville No. 0 4 Fredericktown l 2 Delaware 3 4 Hilliard l 4 Whitehall 1 4 Westerville No. l 2 Fredericktown 3 l Newark 4 3 Delaware 2 l Reynoldsburg 4 3 Hilliard 2 2 Malabar 3 2 Galion 3 l Ashland 4 - , OCC 7-3 f 3. Overall 9-7 Vi i a Y g Upper: Senior Jeff Knight demonstrates his two-hand backhand. Lower: Sen- 9 ior Dave Rea strains to make the shot. 1 . . ix' -1 N 160 Sports ross Countr Harriers Run for Their Lives! The cross country running program aims to instill in boys and girls a desire to run that will last all their lives. Long- distance running builds endurance and increases the strength of the heart and lungs. For the first time Coach Nick Houston recruited enough girls to allow them to run separately in their own races. The girls finished promis- ingly 7th out of 22 teams entered in the All-Ohio Invitational at Akron. Finish- ing 3rd in the OCC with a 3-2 record, the boys also placed 3rd in the 13 team sectional to qualify for the district. In addition, Skipper Spears qualified for the state meet. The 1977-78 captains were all seniors: Brian Cassell, Skip Spears, Dave Treleaven and Gary Anderson. - it 5 I . Coach Houston gives last minute advice. V . I L .1 ' -. .. 1.4 .inn County team members Kneeling ll lo rj: John Horne, Keilh C'ordclL Jeff C ombs, Scar! Lashlcgv. Wenafv Spennr. Jeannie Heiser, Sue Merrilees: Second Row, standing ' Skipper Spears. Mark Merrilees. Pele Rutkowski. Cathy Morse. Ann Batchelder. Kate Finkbeiner. Dan Gamel. Jeff Yost. Dave Widrig: Back Row ll lo rj: Nick Houston. Craig Colopy. Greg Thatcher. Rick Mosholder. Brian Cassell. Phil Dotson. Charlie Lambillotte. Gary Anderson. Sports 161 Ama Boys Traek Dual Meets Opponent Northridge Newark Galion Whitehall Delaware Fredericktown Reynoldsburg Hilliard Westerville N Coshocton Lexington Invitational 6 4 Record in Duals Meets 4th in O.C.C. Records Wade Spears - Mile -4:27.8 Mike Kerney - Shot 55' 7" 4 Mile Relay - l9:52 tSpears Mosholder. Forthofer. Lashleyj - 300 Meter Hurdles - 39.7 ,- Te llTl Memhcrs Holdm 1 lhur Well Lirnul Aw mls for New Reuords Fmnl Run L40 lu Rlglll Jack C' unpolo Glen Forthover. Skip Spears. Buck Rmv. m Rlghr Sl in Frv Swtll ishley Mike Turney Rudi Mossholdei ' L.wl.,:, " -.. S A ' 'HHH' E X , llmi "!! wlllll M1.vlRH0N X-- 3- r A ,ff Jim l,.indscy gives his ull. '6 I 'fl " ug. V' .un-b . Skip Spears strains :ind comes in first. Sports 163 164 Sports sd' EIL 6 W - ". A 5 1 Riglu: A determined Stun Frye stretches his lead. Q . JL K. , ' W ,yu ' Bvlmv: TroySuvz1ge makes il look easy! E ' f " Q,+1S-'Q' 'L' . I-w .19 GILL sn., may Ltflf Troy Savage follows close al the heels of Skip Spears. an 'A er I x V fl A tl IWW. 57 1 2l:f,5,f,Q'l1f5Gg,- ,px g-.VJ Ar .4 gn-7 ,hw .laugh tiffwf Q41 f A wm- Almvcs .lack Campolojust misses victory, Lqhs Hard-working Skip Spears and Rick Mossholder ignore the cool temp- CFZIIUFCS. Sports l 65 1, 'I I ' 1 M ' 1 F f :ir Organizations I J 5+ J ,I 5 1' 1 4, w "' lg-.rtn .iq Organizations 167 The Concert Band - Q'Classioal,' rganization fl ID rj: Max Berry. Jim Teeter. Don Moxley. Terrie Williams, Jeff Strouse. Jeff Daily. Brad Buchanan. .11-ms!'u-5--Q.-v -u-Q,-2: .,,,,'- 'Q-aww'--'Y' 'il 1 Q 1 1 Q l Row 1 H10 rl: Steve Campbell. Jim McDevitt. Scott McCullough. Syeve Clutter. Becky Gorham: Row 2 U10 rj: John Lybarger. Kurt Becthal. Steve Wagner. John Stream. Ken Bebout. L ,Gag ...W-T- 5-.-.ww '7 7 I I r yg it l .i.4 Q , 1- gy X l l 1 sv W! U10 rj: Janna Arnott. Lisa Graham. Jenny Cochran. Tom Bogardous. Organizations 168 ""S!P'llPl-ii 112511: in.: -'-. liffv rg an Row I fl Io rj: John Hill. Doug Fish. Susan Black: Row 2 ll lo rj: Dave Dana Riffle. Lisa Pipper. Pam Bastin. Cindy McManawy. Julie Collier. f 2F Row I fl In rj: Drew Riley. Alan Chafer. Bob Burns. Doug Daniels: Row Mike Fosnaught, Penny Cockrell. Jeff Kectle, Deb Schouton, Tom Badger.. U10 rj: George Glauner. Leslie Glover. Ray Bridges. Gary Winand. -' ......,., 1 1.11 n'- l-i- 'Q-7 I fl to rj: Sherrie Biefnes. Gales, Karen Io rl Candy Halton, Lorie Morningstar. Linda Eberhart. 1 i l I flro rj: Janet Horne. Brenda Ayers. Mary Lynn Buchanan. Melissa Wells: 21110 rl: John Benjamin. Lori Piper. Tracie Rowe, Sue Kimble. Lori Yager. Collier.- i", i Row 1 Il lo rj: Julie Scott. Jenny Jones. Sharon Pieffers: Row 2 fl ra rj: Barb Mayer, Bob Pappenhagen. Marilyn Albright. Organizations 169 Marehlng Band Keeps IH Step The MVHS Marching Band once again thrilled the spectators throughout the var- sity football season. The band is under the direction of Mr. Robert Bechtel and drum major Max Berry, who displayed his outstanding baton twirling talent. The band was accompanied by the high school majorettes, Marsha Linson. Barb Mayer. Jane Meli- otes. Tracey Roeber, and Traci Rowe. Righl: Max at work: Below: The I977 Marching Band. Row I fl Io rj: Assistant Director Jack Stauch. Jane Meliotes. Traci Roeber. Barb Mayer. Terri Williams. Don Moxley. Jim Teeter. John Workman. Doug Denton. Jeff Strouse. Jeff Daily. Brad Buchannan. Marsha Linson. Traci Rowe. Director Bob Bechtel: Row Z fl to rl: Glenda Miller. Lori Piper. Melissa Wells. Jenny Cochran. Brenda Ayers. Sue Kimble. Julie Scott. Doug Fish. Leslie Glover. Bob Burns. Alan Shaffer. Penny Cockrell. Mike Fosnaught. Drew Riley. Tom Badger. Jeff Keckly. Drum Major Max Beery: Row 3 lllo rj: Rhonda Gates. Barb Payne. Lisa Piper. Becky Gorham. Pam Roach. Candy Hatton. Beth Gossie. Janet Horne. Leslie Duckworth. John Collier. Pam Bastin. John Benjamin. John Hill. Ray Bridges: Row 4 fl ro rj: Janna Arnott. Jenny Jones. Cindy McManaway. Lori Morningstar, Susan Blubaugh. Lori Yeager. Sharon Peffers. Linda Eberhart. Steve Wagner. Steve Tier. John Lybarger. Greg Stemm. Scott McCullough: Raw 5 ll lo rj: John Stream. Ken Bebout. Julie Collier. Dave Miller. Steve Clutter. Sally Yarger. Myron Shaffer. Marilyn Albright. Mary Lynne Buchannan. Amy Evans. Tom Bogardas. Bob Pappenhagen. Connie Hubbard. John Hunter: Row 6 flro rj: Randy Robertson. Sam Frame. Debbie Wilson. Lana Siekkinen. Gary Winand. Dan Frost. -Av r., ....-1 . X H H' eg 1-:A a E 5.4 iii -71 get Vflilyg " 51 O f' mug: Organizations l70 ellow Jackets J azz up Music Program The Mellow Jackets. made up of select band members. have played this year for The Forum Show, Junior Miss, the annual Tops-n-Pops. concerts and senior proms at surrounding area schools. ln March they participated in a Jazz Festival held in Michigan. They played and attended clinics where they discussed the problems of playing jazz music and the techniques involved. Mr. Bechtel calculates how much longer he has to stay at practice. " W" 1 'Y ST!!-:'. .:' --5, 7-. - T- I 1 ilu-W' l 1 'SI Your I ll m rj: Susan Black. John Lyharger. Lisa Piper. .lohn Benjamin. Steve Clutter. Mt1rciz1CIutter. Jeff Keckley: Row 3 fl m rj: Tom Bogardus. Bob Beck. .lohn 'lill. Kurt Bechtel. Max Berry. Lori Morningstar. Scott McCullogh. Doug Fish. Tom Badger. Deb Schouten. Gary Winand. Alan Shaffer. and Director Robert Becli tel. Organizations 'l7l 'ESQ' Q2 3-ff 172 Organizations Sig ' l , 'ii - I Q. l 5, . ink 5 -. -an . --L L -5 N sw- ,st-i gh ' 4 4, mi - Ensemble will .5 Susan sings solemnly. eq, l -. .aan fllu rl: Pam Perkins. Meredith Fowler. Laura Merren. Tracey Roever. Susan Meadows: Rm:-2 Nw rl: Dan Bingham. Rick Spearman. Kent Youngman. Sandy 9. Organizations 173 - Choirs Court Singing Talent Students at Mt. Vernon High School who love to sing usually seek membership in one of the two choirs under the direction of Marilyn Harris. The thirty-six member Senior Choir, composed of juniors and seniors, sing for graduation each year and for community and church groups. In May the troups traveled to River Valley High School in Marion for an evening exchange concert. Made up of thirty-five freshmen and sophomores, the Junior Choir completed a successful year, holding a Christmas concert with the High School Orchestra in December. Right: The choir sings music from "Chorus Line" at Tops and Pops: Below: The Christmas concert. Ya miie . -.r 1.18 , . ,gr s 4? Organizations I74 V W v.,,..4ar- I 4 ..-. . E-4 ... ff ,A Lej7: Jr. Choir rehearsal. Eonom: Junior Choir boys dress up for Tops-n- Pops. gr- Orgcni zcfions 1 75 Treble Choir: ew Note at MVT-IS ' Newly-formed this year, Treble Choir consisted of twenty-seven girls. They met twice a week after school to practice. The choir performed in the annual Tops-n-Pops concert and other concerts at the high school. The nine-member Ensemble. a group of students who enjoy singing intricate harmonies. entertained the ninth grade English classes who were studying Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." Dressed in Renaissance costumes, the Ensemble performed the lovesongs of the 16th century London Madrigal singers. They took part in the winter and spring concerts. the annual Tops- n-Pops Concert and the spring music Festival on the square Treble Choir members Lisa H irris Ruth Chase and Jill Crook perform at Tops and Pops I X5 I 4 .W,,,- 'bus' my I ,Jill Treble Choir Front Row fl to rj: Rochel Chase. Melissa Lord. Amy Mosholder. Linda York. Sandy Oliver, Wendy Spears. Rluth Chase. and Cyd Craigoz' 10 rj: .loAnna Martin, Lisa Piper. Lori Vanatta. Tracey Roeber. Beth Parker. Charlotte Jacksons, Julie Sloulmyer. Lori Piper: Tl1ll'!lR0l1'fIl0 rl: Chris Turney. Marilyn Albright. Jill Crook. Lisa Harris. and Janet Horne. ama lub "Aots', Aocordingl This year the Drama Club presented two productions. The fall play, "You Can't Take it with You," was an excellent play but was very poorly attended. Much time, money, and effort went into the production of this play but little profit was made. The turnout for the spring play was just the opposite. "The Wizard of Oz" had a very impressive audience during all five performances. Mr. Roger Robertson, advisor of the club and also the director of the plays, feels that the drama club, of whom most of the members have been involved throughout their school years, will be losing a lot of talented people. Officers of the Drama Club include: Scott McCulloh, president, Penny Cockrell, vice-president, Linda Eber- hart, secretary, and Linda York, clerk. Robertson. Drama Club advisor, caught in a calm moment. vi t te from the fall production. "You Can't Take it with You." Organ izcfions l 77 Orchestra Under New Director The 1977-78 orchestra began its season under the direction of new teacher. Richard Morse. Morse is a 1977 graduate of OSU. Performances by the orchestra included the Christmas con- cert, a chamber recital. the Spring concert and finally. gradua- tion. As a group. the orchestra practices four days a week after school. Riglilx Two orchestra members wait for their cues: Below: Mr. Morse con ducts the orchestra. Organizations 178 ie rt Club Demonstrates Creativity Y xx , ss in A I I ni ,", -N I lr , ,, .f The Art Club provides interested students with an opportunity to participate in activities related to art. Silkscreening was one skill taught to Clubbers, so that they can make their posters. This year the Art Club sponsored the First Annual Student Art Contest, whose lst place winner was Ann Lybarger. Liz Rice, Jane Seymour and Lynn Rogan received Honorable Men- tions for their work. To raise money, students raked leaves in the fall and held a bake sale. Officers for the 1977-78 year are President Pam Daley, Vice-President Sue Merillees, Secretary Deanna Addis and Treasurer Susan Miller. Lcfl: Advisor Brian Biiby. Beiow: Kay Van Fossen. Melinda Wood- ring. Dave Miller und Deanna Addis. 1-v uestors " uestw for Knowledge Advisors Lillian White and Althea Hookwny. Lord Kenyon Chapter of Young Questors has com- pleted its seventh year at Mt. Vernon High School. The only group of high school age Questors in the country, the girls meet once a month to learn about the tradi- tional handicrafts of America. "Traditions of Olde" pro- vided this year's theme and ideas were shared about cus- toms of special holidays. In order to finance a trip at year's end. the Young Questors held a "Stocking Stuffer Street Bazaar and Bake Sale." The installation of new officers took place at a garden party in the spring. The I977-78 officers were: Carol Mire. President: Sherry McFarland, Vice-President: Margie Carhart, Secretary: Marilyn Albright, Treasurer: Darcy Wyant. Historian: Mettina Karl, Club Photographer: Natalie Duffield, News Reporter. The advisors are Mrs. Lillian White and Mrs. Althea Hookway. ' f ' 1 r i , i " fl, El ki s Young Quesrors fl lo rl Sitting: Caryl Mire. Darcy Wyant. Cindy McManaway. Mary Beth Kenney and Marilyn Albright: Standing fl to rj: Linda Thiebaut, Na Duffield. Karen Shoemaker. Tracey Laird. Organizations 180 FE Provides Practical Teachin Experience is an organization that provides an experience in about the educational field according to advisor Bobbey. participating in SAFE were assigned to a certain or high school teacher to be a teacher's aide or is designed to give practical experience to those stu- who want to pursue a career in education. IL-Rl: Triesa Durbin. Kathy Kirkhope. Karen Lewis. Lori Morningstar. Traci Rowe. advisor Chris Bobbey. Row 2 IL-RJ: Yukiko Kawasaki. Jackie Piar. J. Bill Halstenburg. Roni Choat. Organizations l8l 182 Organizations fi' P,-,,,.4-1 ,V 1. Y 2 wa. JM? rap, E544 -.. 1 '-N 4155.1 1.4! Organizations I 83 J aoket Journal Advances The 1977-78 Jacket Journal staff has watched their group develop into a more complex organization, doing more than just publishing a paper. The J.J. produces a five minute radio news program that aired weekly on WMVO. They have also taken the responsibility of selling advertising space in the paper, opening up a business department. All this is in addition to the great pains taken in publishing a quality paper each week that deals not only with the basic school news, but the deeper youth problems as well. The first semester editor-in-chief was Kathy Benderg second semester edi- ' tors in chief were Jeff Betcher and Russ Midkiff. Their advisor was Evelyn Roeder. V- 1 , zz- 7: .J -'5 - It lg exif - Editor-in-chief Jeff Betcher consults with advisor Evelyn Roeder. Q' 'Y' 7 AWN -Q T Q9 tb QT, P an 4-9 i Q- 55' 43 I i -an 531' ' l BOI10I11ffI0 rj: Markettys Crowe. Beth Crawford, Gayle Nicholls, Pam Roach. Diana Crippen: Middle Row filo rl: Meliane McMillian. Rona Johnson. Kathy Debbie Spearman: Top Row flro rj: Barry Lawrence. Russ Midkiff, Jeff Betcher. Organizations 184 J , 1 .- . 4 jf! i X v Creative Students Shine in Vedette Mt. Vernon High School's literary publication. the Vedette, provides a forum for the original art and written work of cre- ative students. The Vedette, under the direction of Mrs. Kathryn Dunham. allows young writers to see their work pub- lished. thus encouraging them to continue to write. Staffers take great pride in their magazine and appreciate the contin- ued support of the community. Editor Jeff Betcher would like to see increased student interest in subscribing to the Vedette for two dollars per year. The Vedette Bookstore. selling new and used books in the cafeteria at lunchtime. is managed by Cindy McManaway. Brooke Church serves as Business Man- ager and Jane Seymour is publicity director. The Vedette comes out each spring. Lvfi: Advisor Kate Dunham. Below: Stuff: Buck: Joni Gordon. Natalie Duf field. Kathleen McLuron. Kate Dunham. Altha Johnson. Front: .lane Sey more. Jeff Belcher. and Brooke Church. fl Organizations 185 The Forum Staff Puts it all Together An understaffed but hardworking Forum crew learned the need to work together in assembling the 1978 Forum. Each of the four deadlines sprung up quickly as copy and pictures became pages for the publication. Editors Janet Sellers and Kim Wyant, with their staffers, decided to include spring activities, such as graduation and prom. thereby pushing the delivery date into early fall. The major source of funding for the yearbook, the Forum Show, proved a grand success selling out all three perform- ances. In addition Senior John Payne, sold advertising to local businesses. The yearbook is paid for in several ways. One of those is the sale of the books to students. The price of the Forum increased this year to keep up with the cost of publication. The 1979 staff plans to hold a rally in early fall to bolster stu- dent interest in the Forum. New advisors Mary Elliott and Bill Shriver leamed all the ins-and-outs of yearbook publishing right along with the staff and attended a yearbook workshop. Mrs. Elliott and Mr. Shriver hope to attract the best writers and photographers in the school to the Forum staff for 1979. Editors: Kim Wyanl. Janet Sellers. "?42i'f'ff- la 2X,, 34 56' I f " l dlij luifrl W E A NJ, ,X - X A 43 I" ,5- ' ull Staff: Back Row fl to rj: Penny Linson. Jay Coleman. Debbie Spearman: Front Row fl lu rj: Sally Walters. John Payne. S Kimble, Stephanie Langley, Becky Braddock. Organizations l86 Advisors: Mary Elliott. Wes Mirick, Bill Shriver. ,4 graplwrs: Dave Chadwick. Rick Kellogg, Mike Filhiun. Dave Treleaven: Franz: Rick Langley. 'sl' Forum staff receives good advice from Wes Mirick. Organizations 187 Vive le Ce-role Francais! The French Club aims to acquaint its members with the customs and cultu aspects of French life through field trips and other activities. Accompanied by Latin and Spanish Clubs, the French Club visited the French Market in Columl and the Toledo Museum of Art. All three clubs also participated in the lnternatio Language Festival where customs and traditional foods are shared. French Cl members Marilyn Albright and John Bizios entertained the guests. The traditional Tour de France Bicycle Race held in France annually is re-enac every Christmas in the halls of the high school. A slight variation at MVHS is the 1 of tricycles by participants who travel once around the second floor halls. The IS winner was the team of Tim Dills and Rusty Tier. The unusually severe winter ca celled the yearly Mardi Gras. The club members filled the halls with French carols Christmas. An end-of-the-year picnic was held at Memorial Park in the spring. Row J fl lo rj: Sarah Kading ttreasurerl. Caryl Mire fpresidentj. Beth Gossie Cvice-presidentj. and Marilyn Albright fsecretaryyz Row 2 ll ru rj: Kim Samar Nijim. Anne Haywood, Donna Summerhayes, and R. Joyce Pabijan. advisor: Row 3 II lo rj: Rusty Tiers. Tim Dills. Greg Stemm, and David Wells: lured: John Spears. Jim Olmstead. Sally Cubic. and Barb Payne. "i'?f'f A r 44? iq fi- 1 'v ' i'QZ33 li ff A Organizations 188 A... Q. 'fr Bresnan prepares a film for the enjoyment ofthe Spanish cluh. 1Hola, migos Espanolesl The appreciation of Spanish culture and customs becomes fun when it can be accomplished through fiestas believes Donna Bresnan and Mary C. Ritter. advisors to the Spanish Club. This year Senores and Senoritas have toured the Toledo Museum of Art. held a Christmas festival. and dined at EL TORO restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Torgrimson spoke at one meeting about Peru and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson recounted their adventures in Mexico. The 1977-78 officers were: Leslie Duckworth. President: Julie Stump. Vice-Presi- dent: Terri Archer. Secretary: and Co-Treasurers Debbie White and John Benjamin. '. 1 Club President Leslie Duckworth H? J riff. Club members tl to rl: Julie Stump. Deanna Addis. Cheryl Morris. John Benjamin. Terri Archer. Jackie Ward. Sonya Gatten. Steve Tier. Nancy Ward. Organizations 139 Salvete, Amici Latini! One of the high school's most active organizations. the Latin Club. aims to stimulate interest in the cultural aspects of classical Greek and Roman civilization. Ben Lupica. advisor, accompanied club members to the Toledo Museum of Art and to "Rigoletto," an opera by Verdi. A canoe trip, a hayride and bake sales were other successful ventures. The Latin Club also seeks to academically aid stu- dents' progress in the language and provide a general brotherhood among its members. Officers for the past year were: Bill Halstenburg, President: J. C. Stafford. Vice-Presidentg Donna Beach, Secretary: and John Biz- ios, Treasurer. Fran! Row U10 rj: Vice-President J. C. Stafford. Ann Batchelder. Mary Peterman. President Bill Halstenherg: Row 2 fl m rj: Doug Denton. Linda York. Cyd Craigo. Matt Hull. Jeff Brownlee: Row 3 Illo rl: Lyn Rardin. Kelly Frame. Jim Goudy: Row 4 fl to rj: Rhonda Litteral, Marcia Clutter. Mike Piar. Stephanie Dungeon. Nick Grassberger: Lusl Row ll lo rj: Toni Cordrey. Dawn Knox. Advisor Ben Lupica. 5's'Si'T. W Pictured in the Roman forum. Italy. during Enrichment Week are Fronl Row fl lo rj: Cheryl Emmert. Kay Clarke. Anthony LeChiara. Matt Hull: Bark Row fl la rl: Doug Dove. Mike Piar. Beth Walz. Katie Kroehle. L - " ' ' - - Organizations 190 Dep Club Donates Gift to Stadium Fund Drive This year's Pep Club was not as active as it has been in past rs. but school spirit was still kept up. ome of the year's activities included sign painting, organi- ion of buses to away games and coordination of Home- ming. Pep club regulated the election of Homecoming een and Court and built the Queen's float. ep Club donated S500 to the high school stadium fund. ie money came from past years' treasuries in addition to the e of donuts every Friday morning. Officers for the l977-78 school year were: President. Terri teman: vice-president. Lisa Harris: treasurer, Tim Shafer: secretary, Tammy Totman. Allan Helser was the group's isor. l I I l I 1 l l l 1 l I i I 5 I , i t I -v , . 5 Bateman. D. J. Beach. Darlene Walters. Chris Bowers. Natalie Duffield and Lori Vanata. l Tolman. Marissa Mazza. Deb Spearman. Cammie Compton. Advisor Al Helser. Penny Bemiller. Lisa Harris. Tim Shafer. Janet Vanatia. Kevin Foster. Organizations 191 Science Club Science Club members traveled to the Columbus Zoo and advi sor Alan Helser s farm this past year Spring plans included a canoe trip and a visit to COSI. Money for field trips was reused by several paper drives Ron Bodart also serves as club advisor :Z Upper Left Two Science Club members seem to have lost their way while visiting the Land Lab Upper Lefl The Columbus Zoo gels a new shipment of ex animals Botlom Mr Helser finds his roots 'R D TUCO More Visible This ear arefiree ff T ' , A 1- t, . i' Student Council QSTUCOJ had a very busy year under the direction of Jackie Piar and advisor Dave Dauben- mire. Some of the enterprising undertak- ings of STUCO included the Carefree Gum contest, Spirit Week. a county- wide Gong Show, a benefit dance for Bob Dunn and several projects for the stadium fund drive. Daubenmire said STUCO has been much more active this year than it has been in previous years while he has served as advisor. He credits Jackie Piar with keeping STUCO active through her enthusiastic presidency. Other STUCO officers include Cam- mie Compton, vice-president: Lyn Piar, treasurer: and Kathy Bender, sec- retary. KL-Rl: Jeff Hren, Jeni Hren. Stacy Mastel, Kathy Bender. Lyn Piar. Cammie Compton. Jackie Piar. Pam Spicer. Row 2 IL-Rl: Stan Fry. Jodi McClure. Sherrie Jim Lindsey. Joan Richert. Jim Swellic. Diane Dennis. Roxanne Berry. Tom Scott. Jarma Dove. advisor Dave Daubenmire. Organizations 193 Majorettes Thrill Audiences Upper Rzghr Srs Jane Mehotes and Barb Mayer warm up before a performance Below Ron 1 IL R1 Tracl Rowe Traci Roeber Ron 7fL Rj Jane Meholes Barb Mayer Marsha Lmson vi'- -+' 44. N . . . YL ' l r "X 1 V I ' L 'gtk 'f?"54h ii.. L Above: Drum Major Max Berry and the Majoreltes lead the annual Snake Dance. fbove: Sr. Jane Meliotes amazes the aUdiCnCC vw ire routine. 194 Organizations The Mt. Vernon ,laokettes One of the most spirited groups at MVHS is the drill team. the Jackettes. Senior Shelley Greig directed the girls in precision choreography at this year's football and basketball games. Increased par- ticipation with the marching band and the revision of the Jackettes' constitution characterized this season's accomplishments under the guidance of Cynthia Hammond. Tina Reischmun and Jackie Sticherl wail for the next slep1?l uni Ron flcll In rfglllj Lickxc Slichcrt Sandy Kctn Shelley Greig Tmcev Melioles Jane! Harper. Liszt Myron. Lynne Harris. Lynda McGinnis. Smnding llqh lu ln! Cxd C migo Rhondi Myers Kftv Clark Filth Johnson Ruth Chase Gayle Nichols Roni Choat. Brenda Hinzman. Pam Walters. Mi.rxing: Tina Reisch- Organizations 195 x. 196 Organizations nr ...nl J"-v-n-..,.,,,-u'Q-0-Q-4-l P "ii vii Organizations 197 nl '-rd f Ik A ,A 1. , 3 . 4 1 I ' 1 k Ilr 1 P I ' M: l Q X ' g Q ' 1 1 I I 1 W , fir" "ww The 1978 Forum Show The uc-:en Mt. Vernon Senior High's 50th Forum Queen - Lynne Johnson. Forum Show 199 Senior Kathy Bender Forum Show 200 Senior Kelly Truengr Senior Brenda Atkinson Senior Trina Spadafore . . and her Court 1 i Junior Tammy Bumpus Junior Laura Merrm ' la.. Junior Shari Holmes Junior Jarma Dove Forum Sho Teacher of the Year - Evelyn Roeder "I was totally surprised," said Evelyn Roeder when asked her reaction to being chosen as the Teacher of the Year. The winner, who is selected by the Forum staff members. was announced at Saturday evening's per- formance ofthe 1978 Forum Show. "After the surprise diminished. I appre- ciated the honor the students conferred on me, and it will remain one of the highlights of my teaching career." com- mented Ms. Roeder. Students who voted for the award said they chose Ms. Roeder because of her ability to motivate her students to learn and the time she spends as the advisor to the "Jacket Journal." Commenting on her teaching techni- ques Ms. Roeder says she feels any classroom. especially an English class- room. is a place for students to express their point of view and develop a sense of 'being humanf i fl-, - YI: !4'x. P-X 09. A " N,."'s'.'s 'fri -if .Q-gh. 5 Q lf- 4, 202 Fo um Show Students Show Unlimited Talent to-Jn, 'lffflql A . 23 '53 T4 Q er Left: Deb Schouten and Chris Collier: Lower Left: "Hotline"g Lower Righr: Brian Gastin drove the girls wild with his tribute to Elvisg Upper Right: Techni- :xpert Wayne Bower and company. Forum Show 203 Forum Show Most observers agreed that the 1978 Forum Show was the best ever. All three preformances were sold out. The Forum Show is a student variety show: all proceeds of the show go to the Forum budget in order to reduce the cost of the yearbook. The 1978 Forum Show raised S3000 and lowered the price of each yearbook by S5. One of the highlights of the 1978 Forum Show was the crowning of Sen- ior Lynne Johnson as the 50th Forum Queen. Lynn was crowned by Mrs. Gladys Kreps. Mrs. Kreps also crowned the first Forum Queen in 1928. 204 Forum Show Junior escorts dressed in style:.Juniors Jim Swetlic, Tim Knight, Brian Palm, and Doug Curry Juniors Pam Bastin and John Collier. X .gs Dancer Cyd Craigo Roger Robertson and the infamous "Green Room." Linda Eberhart told J. Edgar Hoover to clean up his act. 3 4 :X R -.91 1 wail Q' 'Q Senior Kevin Foster shared some of his summer camp experiences. Susan Meadows sang. ff Forum Show 205 Lori Morningstar and John Benjamin played a piano duet. Freshman Jackie Stichert 206 Forum Show FW 1 'v The l978 Chorus Line Becky Braddock danced in the rain Cassell. :Nl fm- P 5' l I in -. ior Lisa Piper not only played a piano solo, she accompanied several alists as well. Senior Court: Gret Merrin. Brenda Atkinson, Jerry Graves, Trina Spadafore. Frank Oley, Lynn Johnson, Kelly Truex, Mike Martin, Kathy Bender. and ffl F I J. C. Stafford sang the John Denver song, "Lady," Forum Show 207 i' ' lk i NCNLX VI I i W in iff li- 1 X I 1 l i .i 2 ir' p 1 I I ii 1 ' A ii y if , i M W ss Spring Activities ,.-.- v --5. lun- si' Pr YS ,- i 'M -,-x .15 ky. s r fqv.-'jff' 1 u L4 1 Q A Spring Activities 209 Sixty-F ive MVHS Students Inducted Into HS Sixty-five Mount Vernon High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society in a solemn ceremony May 5 in the theater. Chairman Russ Midkiff opened the program by giv- ing the background of the MVHS chapter. The names of new members were then read. While the students were escorted onstage. their parents. who were waiting back- stage. were escorted to seats. Other speakers were Brian Cassell. vice chairman: Barb Mater, emblem: Doug Daniels. torch: Helen Perry, scholarship: Marilyn Albright. leadership: Denny Mack. character: Dave Treleaven, service: and Susan Kimble, prayer. Righl: Doug Daniels gives a speech on the symbolism of the torch. Mr. Thompson gives last minute suggestions. 1 210 Spring Activities Students Awarded at Assembl The annual awards assembly was held in the high school theater on May 17th. Several business people from the community as well as teachers were on hand to present the more than 25 awards and scholarships. Seniors Chris Collier and Jeff Betcher emceed the event. Top: Co-Emcee Chris Collier. Middle: Gordon Mapel presents the Edmont Wilson Achievement Award. Bottom: Myra Wiester presents the Roger Walton Memorial Award in Chemistry to Cindy Johnson. Spring Activities 21 l The Prom "We May Never Pass This Way Again" was the theme for the 1978 MVHS Prom. The Prom was held in the high school cafeteria. Music was provided by the band Wynwood. Among their selections were several hits by the Rolling Stones, Rod Stew- art, Boz Scaggs, the Doobie Brothers, and Seals and Croft. Senior class advisor and prom chaperone Gary Kost com- mented, "This was one of the prettiest and best proms that we have ever had. The band was well accepted by the students and there seemed to be a good turnout." 212 Spring Activities 4? J Z' Spring Acfivifies 213 raduation The ll8th Commencement was the first in recent memory to be held otitside. The 368 graduating seniors and their friends and relatives heard graduation addresses by Jeff Belcher. Kelly Hess Bowman. and Charles Winters Jr. Rain threatened the entire ceremony. but it only started to sprinkle once and only fora few moments. Chris Collier presented the class gift to Dr. Olsen lSuperintendentJ. The Class of l978 gave Dr. Olsen a check for S500 to be used toward the cost of a scoreboard for the new stadium. l,fm'w' Ltffl: Class President Chris Collier presents the class gift to Superintendent Dr. David Olsen. Lower Riiglilx Board Member Guy VanNostrand. Counselor Burt Hanson. Asst. Principal Blaine Young. Principal George Perry. Admin. Asst. Marge Miller. Counselor BobThomson. and Dr. David Olsen. H ra. l l Jan 'll 214 Spring Activities - rllf:r'.L.'lllU,ltl ,gig , ' , KNEE - tg . mi Vlrif 3 El -it Wg l - 344.21 'N 1-if fl if 4,:it ,ff K 'lil W 'L M. ,W .1 5... 'C , - :il 94' v Spring Activities 215 Graduation speakers. Riglir: Kelly Hess Bowman. Lmrw Lqlis Jeff Belcher. Lower Righl: Charles Winters Jr. 216 Spring Activities 1 H ' A I mx 1 fn X t t 217 . -Vr Mcmx vi 1 f, -H. Q' lik 5 i gi 4 Vi 1 ir , 1 , W , W I i Q 5 Wli 7 ' ,, MV Advertising and Closing 1 V F s L. ,-.l I r of ' M' -in Ki!" ,J DUIIAII ..,,. .LH C. K -.1-f - '- 4- 451.- '-1.1471 QQ Jr' 'BNN -,-.,, 1 i I 2 L77 , f an L 331' - J It 1 ' . 1 r - ' 4 ' ' 5 - dkwfg t, X ' '- ! , f n , w e r ' - . Q' f rf lf f ' u fu I cf I . 11,4 Qi " . 'fy 5' ' , ' QV 1 Q? . rl Y . ' 'x N J f' ' 'f ,,,..-f-"" . if , - 'L ' It . , , , A r' , . .- , , , S '!'T .-""'p, 220 Advertisements 1 1 'o I FIRST-Kuo Q NATICNAL BANK MEMBER F,D.l,C. ! 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RUBBERTITE CO Industrial- Commercial - Residential Products Wholesale and Retail Graduales , UIIULESALE 8 RETAIL Fireplaces and Wood Burning Stoves Benjamin Moore Paints N MANUFACTURERS Martinsburg Rd. I INC WOOD WINDOWS Mount Vernon, Ohio Phone 393-3856 H at R EQUIPMENT co. H8fR 425 Columbus Road Mt. Vernon, Ohio 43050 Phone: 397-I l35 Farm and Light Industrial Equipment IIIYIINATIOIAI. Advertising 233 Adverfisi ARIEL CORPORATION MANUFACTURER OF RECIPROCATING NATURAL GAS COMPRESSORS ,..---'-""" I.. .- I ,NX ARIEL CORPORATION in the INDUSTRIAL PARK Pond Tire Shop Compliments of Recapping New and used tires Au-I'0m01'ive supply Brake service Alignment service Delco batteries Fleet service Mt. Vernon. Ohio 103 W, Gambier Phone: 392-5I I6 309 south Mulberry Street Mount Vernon. Ohio Osrrander Chevroler, Inc. JF'JEI1:!lE'JL.JEI!Ei JE'JEIJCJJEIJEinELJC. SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION High and Gay Cars. trucks and leasing See whats new today in a Chevrolet. Ostrander Chevrolet 5I0 Harcourt Rd. Phone 397-4725 Mounl' Vernon ,F Q., USTRANDER 927' tfwnet ' ' 0 + I '59 if 'I-2 E1 Where You Can Save For The Fu+ureI" HARSTINE IMPLEMENT Harold Hafsfine Pea body Galion Co. SALES SERVICE Manufacturer of hydrolic lift gates, farm hoists and hydrolic cylinders JOHNDEERE idea New Holland Town. Ohio Utica. Ohio ML Vernon Industrial 3016- A.C,6l4 Phone-A.C.6I4 park 3020 892-2310 I Phone 397-5226 Advertiseme Delco shocks nts 235 f . WDXCQKQ M359 M Mid-Ohio Coca-Cola BoHling Co. W. Vine Street Mount Vernon, Ohio Phone 397-7442 X E-,gg,,,.pa-2-' J! xi' nm E52 hzmus fi? KENYON BOOK SHOP Q. v .-Q - " - n l. - W.-V ' ,, " 1 lf - ' , ' .. ..-w Thank You 'For Your Pa+ronage Village Markei' I I2 Gaskin Ave. G b Oh DUMBAUGH INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Fredericktown Office Mt. Vernon Office 56 N. Chestnut Street I4 West Vine Street 'Phonez 694-50ll Phone' 392 3851 I Congratulations 1978 Seniors I Medical Arls Pharmacy 855 Coshocton Ave. Mount Vernon, Ohio Phone: 392-2126 Academy Green House The Fo um St ff o Id l'ke to tha k Fo mSho Buy a I979 Forum r a w u 1 n you for providing plants for the l978 ru w MT. VERNON FARMERS EXCHANGE IMPLEMENT DEPT 306 W. Gambier Mt. Vernon, Ohio Phone: 397-7474 Contratulations Class of 1978 Advertisements 237 Worleys Men's Sfore HART-SCHAFFNER 81 MARX -- PALM BEACH SUITS ENRO SHIRTS "' HAGGER SLACKS TUXEDO RENTAL 392 OII6 IZO Soufh Main Sireei i if A The Forum Staff and the Forum Show's Senior Court would like to express their appreciation to Worleys 238 Ad rt for providing tuxedos to the Senior escorts. These tuxedos were provided at no cost to you. the student. Thank Patrons uarry Chapel Bicycle Shop, Gambier Cozy Restaurant r. and Mrs. David Olsen Beckleyas Sohio iuy Van Nostrand Cheryl's Flowers 'odd and Mary Elliott The City Tire Shop 'Villiam R. Shriver Heaton Appliance Inc. Georges Carryout Bee Line Service flid-Ohio Suzuki Thompson,s Pastry Shop flinnie and Wilfred Everett Wayne Cash Feed Store Dixie Studio Knox Co. Vision Care Center 'he Watch Shop Lawrence C. Lewis Associates I. W. Cleaves Tire Co. Dr. Robert H. Mayer Associates Dalrymple Electric Co. Anonymous Congra+ula+lons Class from The Rollfrs of I 978 life. . . Congralulahons Class of 1978 Crder Your you wlth all thejoy and challenges of a rewardmg From the Employees of Cooper Energy Servxces Today' COOPER ENERGY SERVICES COO INDUSTRIES The 1978 Forum Staff would like to thank the Mount Vernon News for some of the pic- tures used on pgs. 148, 149, 150. 151, 153, 158, 160, 162, 164, and 165. The Jacket Journal provided some of the pictures used on pgs. 132, 133. 212, and 213. Guy Lipp's Photogra- phers provided the group shots on pgs. 136, 138, 140. 141, 142, 144, 145, 146, 148, 151, 152, 154, 159, and 161. May the future present I 9 O Look to This Day A H" T mst 'F'-1. "N ii 1,F,...a, ' 1 P: ,. 5-255-12-1 1' Lg. r V, wx 'J' K ex ff f.--,L ,w The Bliss of Growth fx 'Q I ,i ,k-,4 ,fy , v X I .. ' X ' . h n , , W' lf . '2- . 1 ' 1 a Ai l 4, X. Closing 245 The Glory of Action -r.-1-. 'vii NL 3 givefii ' Closing 247 i ill' 'fifiifi The Splendor of Achievement ,. fg- ::'f.ifEi"y.mir QQ!! 'iff " rmgwl. 'V-H-' .- -- A ,LM :iff . -,150 -I, , f K+: ,.. b-A V m gs A MXL x A 6:91 " I 2- -4-:VE-"if I x' J II1 1 .73 -... 1' O ' If , 1.4. ' , vj fr -Pi 1 ' . 1 . xv 'mf , JTC .' ww-. l I .J Uv fr-l'7ffj4'f' IVA! , .,,- ,. F3515 , A .1 AQ' ' ,. 120-f .?7'1Z,-' . A,-,?:,:Ng:.,.1: .-1 - ., 1 1 , ,, .4 'W-s'-Q'-4 ,.- Y " , If 'ff?"f!."" f 1- f f IH fm .4 ., m 1 -. L 4, L x l 1 "'T5,riu' ' 'L QMLI-A, 1 250 Closing .Z x -gk 1 36 1 9 Ummm .N Z R ffHvf.Q. .L' 4 ' - Wh' 'T' For Yesterday is but a Dream w I ' '1'-ug'-.-- , :-- "'H e , 5 I S1 '- 1 ' I P! 5, E ' T"T'w n A, ' -, Fr A ' ' . ' E 9 1 4 2 . ,,,,, a Q E 4 r ...VW Q' 'mn' IllI1 '-"-TPS-si 9 252 nd Tomorrow a Vision of Hope , . X I X 1 . " 0' N. , 1 v A rf u . 1 I H 1. .. -1.1 il, fl , , 1 "' 'Q--JZ. ' 4f.7ll5".ifr MLK? f'S in--. N59 Closang 254 Look Well, Therefore, to this Day 'IRA Fl Editors, Column ln closing the l978 Forum. we. the co-editors. take a sigh of relief and a breath of happiness. Making this year's book possible were the following people to whom we would like to extend our personal apprecia- tion: Mrs. Mary Elliott and Mr. Bill Shriver. advisors: Mr. Wes Mirick. representative from Taylor Publishing Com- pany: John Payne. business manager: and the entire staff. especially Deb Spearman. David Chadwick and Sally Wal- ters. Thank you. 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