New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN)

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Allen Cmmly Public Litraiy ft. Wayno, Indiano Table of Contents Foreword 1 Academics 28 Sports 64 Organizations 88 Administration ... 1 1 6 3 1833 00088 7544 ;Gc 977.202 N354rih 1970 [New Haven High School (New I Haven, Ind. ) iM i raqe Faculty 116 Seniors 128 Underclass 158 Advertising 1 76 Index 1 90 I Reflections ... on passing minutes, hours, and days . . . the New Haven campus unfolds into a bustling mass of hu- manity. A student trying to find his own place, " do his own thing, " emerges from the mob into his own existence that sets him apart from the crowd. Developing a distinct personality is not easy— he must explore, push forward in areas which contribute to his knowledge and uniqueness. Through his creativ- and relations, his ideas become a reality. Contributing to organizations, becoming interested and involved, he cuts his own image. He learns that others are molding and shaping themselves into a a central group ready to accept him and his ideas . . . the complete individualized self. Queen candidates Tami Zimmerman, Kathy Taylor, Janet Richhart, Kathi Williams and Carol Pearson assemble together for the last time before the final decision. Several breathtaking moments are broken as Senior Carol Pearson is crowned Homecoming Queen. Senior class retires float trophy Homecoming spirit was sparked by a crackling bonfire. Fans brightly clad in yellow mums jammed the stadium to watch the kick-off between the Bull- dogs and the Concordia Cadets. Amid all the hoots and hollers, it was all the way down the field to a 6-6 deadlock. iles and miles of tissue and crepe paper con- stituted float constructions. For the Class of ' 70, all the long hours and hard work paid off. Winning the float contest for the third consecutive year, entitled the class to retire the float trophy. Rallies and a pep session featuring " The Ugliest Thing in the World " boosted Bulldog spirit. The marching band and the NJROTC drill team added to the half-time festivities. A new queen ' s reign and a dance to the Atlantis in the girl ' s gym brought an exciting Homecoming to a close. " Not bad ... not bad at all! " " My Fair Lady " is the story of a penniless flower girl, Eliza Doolittle. Transformed into a duchess by a British phonetician, Eliza reigns suprenne at the Em- bassy Ball. Her road to success is hampered by a suitor, a a drunken father and her love for Higgins. Eliza reaches the end of her road when the suitor is cast aside, her father reformed and Higgins realizes his love for her. Eliza and Higgins are united in a classic happy ending. " Miss Eliza Doolittle " makes a royal entrance at the Embassy Ball and escapes her past. Not many families have the same relationship as Alfie Doolittle and his daughter Eliza. Alfie wholly lives up to his name of Do-little. Hours of diligent study go into Eliza ' s transformation. Professor Higgins Eliza Doolittle Colonel Pickering Alfred Doolittle Irs. Pierce Freddie Eynsford Hill Irs. Higgins Irs. Eynsford Hill Lady Boxington Lord Boxington Freddy, alias Mike Alber, croons Eliza on her doorstep daily but Eliza isn ' t interested in words. Eliza isn ' t at all interested in returning to Higgii Perhaps the biggest addition to the shorn was the thirty-two piece orchestra directed by Ron Best. Criticisms and suggestions on Eliza ' s progress are gi en to her by Mr. Higgins ' servants. As the curtain closes, such a successful feeling can be felt only among a leading lady and her director. Tears bring musical to a close My Fair Lady proved to be much more than a musical. For the cast and crew it entailed many hours of labor and painstaking rehearsals. Yet all the work was worth the final reward of five standing ovations. Mr. Dennis Benson ' s stage crews set a scene of Old England with fabulous sets, lighting and costuming; while Mr. Carl Nicholas ' and Mr. Ron Best ' s music set the pace for the entire show. The production, which played to five audiences, was under the direction of Mr. Milt Sinn. As the curtain closes for the final time, only tears are left along with the memory of five standing ovations. The dancers join in a lively street can-can in celebration of Alfie Doolittle ' s approaching marriage. ' . ji 1 ri J m 1! ' " T ' ■ ' ■ flf i! ». .kf Senior Connie Rudman, Tiger-Lily, attempts to seduce King Bulldog during a pep session skit. Athletic events stimulate spirit Enthusiasm overflowed as Bulldogs united to promote school spirit. Victory posters and signs jammed the halls. Fans gathered at the many athletic events to cheer the Bull- dogs onto victory. With each success or failure, came new determination to spark another victory. Hours of personal time were volunteered to produce skits and assemblies. Bulldogs participated in club pro- jects and community activities, and offered their services to the organizations which they supported. By promoting spirit, Bulldogs grew in mind and character and made New Haven a better place. Being a band member involves much more than the usual classroom procedure. Marching at home football games is one of the many extra activities. Cheerleaders, players and fans drenched by a sudden down- pour remain to the very end as " neither rain, nor snow, nor darknes s . . " can dampen Bulldog spirit. s r ■4 ' - y 1 V Li ' ' B v 4 VkTurnci ■jli V i Vv g «. ' C ' ' " S ■ ' _ --■;- - %» - 1970 fashions plunge to floor Judging by hair lengttis alone, instead of Junior Kevin Fox, Senior Tami Zimmerman is the logical one to use his door without attracting attention. Bells and long sweaters were popular as seen here on Juniors Jim Frederick and lllene Silverman. Senior Karen Girardot models the maxi coat that Junior Cheryl Ellenberger admires. Senior Trish Janson and Sophomore Cathy Fensler enjoy the freedom of a relaxed dress code with culottes. Changing times and the relaxing of former dress codes by a more lenient administration permitted Bulldogs to enjoy the freedom of choosing their own fashions. Contrary to faculty opinions, pleated culottes and erratic hemlines were not disrupting to the learning process. Furs, suedes and long sweater vests, also made their appearances. Although the male population didn ' t seem to ex- periment with clothes as much as their female counter- parts, guys did go for flared-bottom pants, and body shirts with wide ties. However, they were slow to accept really wide bells, leather vests and Romeo shirts. Several boys broke tradition with long hair, but the majority still found pride in neatness. Life begins on Friday night For New Havenites, weekends brought a time to mingle socially. Dates and dances exposed an entirely different side of one ' s self. That girl in algebra sudden- ly became a date and a person in a new and brighter light. Basketball games, movies and the local pizza parlor provided places for students to meet and talk. Every- thing from Viet Nam to the next day ' s assignment was discussed. Weekends also provided a time for the guys to get together for the weekly poker game, while the girls discussed date possibilities at an all-night gab session. Casual class contact grew into meaningful and worthwhile friendships; some were to last the school year, others for a lifetime. Aftera week of books, teachers and homework, students take time out for a quick dip at Club Olympia. Bulldogs break from rigid routine Students and teachers take time out from a trying day to relax at the Future Teachers Christmas Tea. Open lunch hours provide time to pick up a " quick one " , cool off, and meet friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Seniors Jerry IVIazock and Jack Rockeby " let off steam " by shooting baskets in some spare time. Is Senior Doug Beatty really studying Government, or is he possibly more interested in " something else " ? Despite pressing study and work schedules, New Havenites found tinne to relax. The different ways in which Bulldogs diverted themselves were as numerous as the number of students. With time being such a precious element, students did that which they enjoyed most. Meeting with friends at the local hang-out, loafing at the public library, or simply being alone to gather one ' s thoughts passed time for many Bulldogs. Others preferred a few silent minutes to catch a quick snooze after last night ' s cramming. Regardless of how the spare time was spent, it was a time when the Bulldog was free to do what he pleased, to let loose and express his true self. As the school year progressed, life became more and more hectic and these spare moments became more precious to New Havenites. Senior Rachel Koonti shares her interpretive dance to the " Love Theme From Romeo and Juliet " . Hee Havi is still recovering from this unusual performance by Junior Dan Headlee and Senior Rick Kirk. The Hamms beer commercial will never look the same as when performed by Seniors Rick Kirk, Paul Jaessing, Phil Schwalm, Gene Crandall and Junior Dan Headlee. Happening ' 70 lacks audience Happening 70, New Haven ' s annual talent show was again sponsored by Fine Arts Club. Competent crew members and 27 entertainers performed for an audience of about 60 people on January 20. Exceptional talent included singers, dancers, pia- nists and comedians. Humorous acts taken from TV ' s " Laugh-In " and " Hee-Haw " amused the audience while the stage crew changed sets. Group production numbers proved to be overwhelming successes, es- pecially Senior Tami Zimmerman and Juniors Jan Winicker and Pam Schinnerer ' s song and dance num- ber, " Big Spender " . Emcee Senior Don Wharton jokingly kept the show moving. Happening ' 70 lacked only an audience, but for those attending, entertainment was provided by a very professional looking group. Senior Don Wharton, a favorite of " Happening ' 70 " , plays one of his own compositions. " Peter Gunn " is the bacl ground music for a modern dance performed by Junior Brenda Reginald. Dogpatch Day draws crowd " Barefoot Ball " , the Seniors ' Sadie Hawkins fair and dance on April 3, was well supported with about 400 students attending. Original booths including Latin Club ' s ping pong throw, German Club ' s dunking booth and Clerical Lab ' s popular " Hillbilly Haven " movie theater pro- vided the night ' s entertainment. The Girls ' Gym decorated in country style boasted a hugh " still " in the middle of the dance floor. Marri- age ceremonies complete with rings and certificates permitted the girls to marry their favorite guy with Mr. Schilling officiating. After the marriage ceremonies, Senior Gary Peter- son was crowned King Schmoo. Testing their speed and physical ability at the Junior Olympics are couples Kim Goodin, Lana Baker and Kim Netherland, Danny Grimm. Typical of the couples attending the " Barefoot Ball " , Sopho- more Billy Meredith pins a daisy corsage on her date. Senior Doug Lohse. Presenting roses to a radiant queen. Junior Lana Baiter, is last year ' s King, Senior Rob Davis. Members of the court are Herb Baatz, Jan Richhart, Bob Rut- ledge, Linda Flora, Rob Davis, Joyce Siegers, Lana Baker, Ke- vin Mattingly, Linda Burczak, Grant Wylie, Carol Pearson and Gary Peterson. " A Time for Us " boasts medieval decor Hosting 280 prom couples, the juniors presented " A Time for Us " on May 2 in the Scottish Rite Ball- room from nine to midnight. Many hours of planning were culminated when dates danced to the music of Jimmie Steer and his orchestra under many colorful medieval banners and shields suspended from the ceiling. The theme song for the evening, " A Time for Us " — the Love Theme from " Romeo and Juliet " , was play- ed during the coronation of juniors Kevin Mattingly and Lana Baker as king and queen of the prom and during the presentation of the court. Thejunior parents presented " Signs of the Zodiac " , the after-prom party at the Oaks with " Lucy Grey " providing the music. Late hours and trips to the Pokagon State Park and the Indiana Dunes topped off the weekend. Entering the ballroom. Senior Jackie Snyder is escorted by a Sophomore medieval page. 1970 ' sProm King, Junior Kevin Mattingly is crowned by retir- ing Senior Queen, Joyce Siegers. Couples dance to the music of Jimmie Steer ' s orchestra. Jt ' s skit time at the dinner-dance as seniors set the twelve years of " no-no ' s " to music. Chris Callahan receives the outstanding musician award pre- sented by Principal Maynard Henwood. Lantern hosts awards banquet w Seniors took that final step on May 28, 1970 at the War Memorial Coliseum when the 458 received their diplomas. Speaker for the evening was Mr. Edward McFaul, a university professor whose address was en- titled " What Now? " Concert Band played the tradi- tional " Pomp and Circumstance " as graduates made their grand entrance. Baccalaureate, also at the Coliseum, featured The Rev. Thomas Weigand as speaker. Concert Choir also did a variety of numbers including, " No Man is an Island " , " Onward Ye Peoples " and " The Lord Bless You and Keep You " . " Choice of Colors " provided the music for the senior Dinner-Dance at the Lantern on May 27. In addition to dinner and dancing, the evening included a skit by some class members. Posing problems for Steve Blacklidge is the traditional paste- board graduation cap. 1970 ' s class is ti e largest yet to leave New Haven. Twice as much celebrating occurs at Hege ' s household. A tie for top honors resulted in three co-valedictorians Mary Larson, Venus Rath and Nancy Shifley. Retiring Principal Maynard Henwood accepts a gold watch from the seniors presented by Doug Beany. Taking the final steps, solemn seniors file to seats, while only piles of garb and memories remain. 458 graduates leave NH for wider horizons 4 5er..:= r; Jtl=i, " ! X| - -«fLi:y ' New Haven ' s campus is a mass of students cram- ming classrooms, overcrowding halls, searching for answers, gaining knowledge, insight. Academics The wide range of academics aids the student in per- sonal development and sparks the dormant flame, bringing forth hidden talents and abilities. Man ' s thinking, actions studied Economics class studied the profits and gains in industry, commerce and capitalistic market system of our country. Values and probabilities were studied as pupils realized the mechanics behind the growth of ex- penditures and investments on a large scale. To students in psychology and sociology classes, the study of Man ' s thinking and actions as he relates him- self to the world in which he lives proved to be quite challenging. Discussions and demonstrations paced the Business Law classes this year. Students heard Sgt. Robert Meeks, law officials and a representative from Lincoln Bank. A field trip to a circuit court trial and a class- room mock trial provided student participation. ■•«?5? ?!§ ?t: 7yffif,?Sfe Paying bills and receiving money from the bank is a daily pro- cess in the model city sociology classes. Junior Gerry Gaskill is strangled by Senior Dan Eakright with witnesses Juniors Sue Lane and Diane Pempero for their Busi- ness Law class incident Junior Mary Jenkins figures out her scores for her Kuder pref- erence tests which were taken in April. Sophomores Debbie Urschel of Israel and Andrea Bouillon of the Soviet Union are having a disagreement in the Model United Nations in the World History class. Coach Jerry Mitchel explains to his U. S. History class a bas- ketball play used in a recent game. House; senate ratify measures Research papers, seminars, panel discussions and group endeavors were the major projects of the Social Studies Department. Government classes ' Model Legislature resolved all types of bills including lowering of taxes to con- trolling air pollution. Students were elected Speaker of the House or President of the Senate while the rest of the students were members of The House or Senate and sub-committees. The World History classes again participated in a Model United Nations which attempted to work out a solution to the Middle East crisis. Seminars and group discussions in United States history and Government classes provided a break in the usual lecture presentation. State Representative William Latz spoke to the government classes on the problems of a Model Legislature. Senior Mark Ringenberg and Juniors Dawn Kuhne and Jim Ringenberg find understanding different country relation- ships important to Social Studies. Group discussions in government classes are a help in under- standing the United States Constitution. A ruler in Math class is a help for drawing straight lines to make congruent triangles. Diana Bennett, senior, demonstrates to her class the correct way of making a square root. Arithmeticians work problems Confusion and panic struck as students tried to separate and retain jumbled formulas, complex equations, theorems, assumptions, postulates, log- arithms and graphs. " The square of the hypotenuse is equal to the square of the other sides " was a basic theorem learned by beginning geometry students. First year Algebra and Geometry classes were Measuring the flag pole for Geometry class are Juniors Donna Bahter and Randy Hall. Stressing the importance of logical and reasonable thinl ing. Students who wished higher math as preparation for college found classes in second and third year Algebra and Trigonometry offered. These classes were opportunities to gain a more specialized knowledge for use in a world that is finding new uses of higher mathematics every day. Learning the correct procedures triangle takes a lot of practice. making a right Science opens door to insight i- Climbing a tree is one way of getting a perfect leaf for Biology class thinks Sophomore Kathy Fensler. Science has taken tremendous strides in tlie last twenty years. Man splits atoms, orbits the earth, lands on the moon, and replaces worn out human organs with plastic substitutes. Twenty years ago such things were not even imagined. In a world changing this quickly, it is essential that people have a basic scien- tific knowledge. Through the study of the anatomy of representative plants by dissection and microscopic observation, high school botanists acquired an appreciation for the beauties of nature. Class discussion revolved around such topics as photosynthesis, cell structure and cell division. Climbing trees became an every day occurence as biology students tried for that perfect leaf for their required leaf collection. Junior Mike Albert is giving Sophomore Kris Shaffer a blood test to determine blood type in Biology class. Learning to use the computer m advanced chemistry is chailenging and intriguing to the students. Comparing the structure oi the skulls in Zoology class are Juniors Dave Menze and Don Hoagland. Junior Jan Schmidt is being careful in Basic Chemistry lab of not over heating her test tube. Learning the correct way of using a microscope is important to the Science Department. FTuow T f irr Mta BtUOOCS 6 Science labs teach safety Using the scientific method, Chemistry students observed and studied the properties of different ele- ments. Through experimentation in the lab, students were able to understand chemical reactions. Physics students put their mathematical abilities to use during the study of distance, displacement, speed, time, force and acceleration. Newton ' s Laws of Mo- tion, l inetic and potential energy were taught by demonstrations, laboratory work, recitation and class lectures. Three new plants were added to the greenhouse this year, including cactus, pineapple and passion flower. Mary, the Zoology skeleton, was used by students to learn the different bones of a human and their relationship to other bones. Language lab added to school With the goal of being able to use and understand the English language to the highest degree, the Eng- lish Department of NHHS offered courses in grammar and composition, literature, speech, journalism and Bible Literature. Dangling modifiers, complex sentences, essays, novels and term papers kept grammarians and critics on their toes. Reading, writing and speaking constituted the three main concepts of the languages taught at NHHS. Students had a choice of three languages in which to pursue their study, French, German and Latin. Speech students found that as the weeks passed they could write and deliver entertaining and con- vincing speeches confidently. Students in first year journalism classes learned newspaper techniques and developed them by writing stories for the newspaper. As a reporter for the Herald, Junior Gerry Gaskill appears inquisitive while working on a story assignment. Using themselves as words, students in Mrs. Bruening ' s English classes learned sentence structure by rearranging their standing order. Proud of NHHS ' s English department, senior Steve Jackson shows some of the many awards he has earned in speech contests. Senior Barb Nau applies a little dippity-do to senior Doug Robinette, while showing her speech class how to set hair. Students have " life-like " offices Dividing their program into three areas of study, steno, clerical and general business, the New Haven Business Department provided a solid background for students in the future. Beginning business students were shown the need and importance of business records in bookkeeping classes. In general business training, they gained an understanding of the American market system by learning basic trade terms. During their junior and senior year, business stu- dents continued their study of shorthand, bookkeeping and typing. In some classes, they took dictation, transcribed letters and learned how to operate dif- ferent business machines. Senior Vickie Morris studies her shorthand notes while typing 3 letter for class. This is only one activity out of many that is required in this course. Working on projects submitted by area businesses, the steno lab girls learn various office procedures and able to work on all types of business machines. 5»- Steno lab officers, Vickie Morris, Debbie f cCrory, Karen Mel- Cher, Karen Giradot, Judy Overholt and Sandy Vacfion along with their sponsor, Mrs. Virginia West, ranked high in the national OEA contest. Girls find themselves without a minute to lose in learning office procedures in clerical and steno labs. !flBa P »ii i r 1 F Mt H B J r H Coordination is basic to skill Getting caught in the shower during a fire drill, getting locked out of class for being late and losing your gym suit on the way to school added to the " spice of life " for sophomores in physical education. Physical fitness played an important part in gym classes, as girls and boys alike struggle through run- ning programs to build up muscles. Girls had sessions in basketball and body dynamics while the boys weight-lifted and did advanced ex- ercises. Whenever the weather permitted, students went outside to participate in softball, baseball, volleyball and soccer. Learning the correct way to serve a volleyball in girl ' s ptiysical education class is Sophomore Donna Bremer. Playing ping-pong in class is relaxing to sophomore boys as they learn the fundamentals of the game. Taking a skill test is Sophomore Kathy Springer. Sophomore Rex Sauders perfects a shoulder stand on the stunt bar in physical education class. Doing dance routines in class proved to be amusing. Home Ec promotes creative living Deep in the heritage of America is the importance of a strong family unit. Attainment of this goal depends greatly upon home management. Such as figuring the area of a rug and knowing how to find the best buy in draperies were learning experi- ences in Home Management. Child care classes deal with understanding the formative years of a baby ' s life. First year seamstresses made blouses, skirts, pajamas and dresses while second year students tried their hands at something made out of corduroy, a bathrobe and a coat or a suit. Boys ' Foods taught boys the correct way to make everything from jello desserts to main dishes. New ways to prepare corn and cauliflower were learned in the vegetable tasting lab. ■ v : iJ " Senior Irene Urick sets the table in foods class for their meal. Students prepared for cooking labs by first setting all ingredients on a tray, Rom one— Sophomore Barb Byroade, Junior Sandy Lynch, Sophomore Carol Graback, Standing— Sophomore Cindy Revert, Senior Jodi Eckert, Senior Marcia Myers, Sophomore Gail Emiey, Junior Brenda Parsons, Sophomore Brenda Batcher, Senior Kathy Graham, Sophomore Nancy Servos and Senior Linda Vinson. Senior Pat Newman models the clothes she made in sewing class. NJROTC completes third year Four new awards were initiated this year in the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps. The four included the American Legion award, the Reserve Offi- cer Association award, the Daughters of the American Revolution award and the Navy Club award. IVlarching on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the squads practiced for the half-time presentation of the colors at home basketball games. Discipline, marksmanship, American military his- tory, map reading and first aid were some of the things corps members learned in class. Courtesy and appearance played a major part in the grades of the boys. ROTC members were expected to abide by rules of good behavior and appearance at all times during the year. Cleaning rifles for drill practice in NJROTC are Seniors Dave Hake and Vincent Buchtman. Senior John Shive checks the condition of Senior Mike H lc- Millen ' s rifle during rifle inspection. Lt. Col. Robert Krippner personally inspects Juniors Mark Bar- tels, Richard Grayless and Ray Polleck. Chief Don Steward explains how to plot a ship ' s course on a graph to his class in NJROTC. Senior Stan Jacquay really cleans up on his work in metal shop after working on his project. Practicing precision cutting on the metal lathes in machine shop are Juniors Stacy Beavers and Jeff Graves. Being careful to observe all safety rules. Senior Don Stevens practices oxyacetylene welding in metals. Sweeping floor part of shop Living in a nation that is the World ' s industrial leader provides many job opportunities for people skilled in machine usage and repair. Working with spinning lathes and crashing presses, Machine shop students gained a basic knowledge of the tool and die process used today in heavy industry. Drafting gave students having an interest in archi- tecture a chance to do some creative work in planning and actually building of a model home. Shaping his project on the vertical milling machine in advanced machine shop is Senior Jon Cooper. i Students learn parts of autos Students in the first semester of drafting, metal- working and wood-worl ing shops studied the basic principles of craftmanship and learned about the dif- ferent types of equipment. Second semester work involved problems in the application of the fundamentals in wood working. Those taking third and fourth semesters were occu- pied with the advanced techniques and complex equip- ment working with their projects. Understanding the functions of the many systems found in an automobile, memorizing the parts of an engine and being able to repair disorders were the main objectives of auto mechanics. Skills were developed through actual experience of building cabinets, light boards, gun racks and many other projects in wood shop. Fitting together the parts of a motorcycle engine in automo- bile shop is Senior Geoff Robinson. Senior Victor Bradmueller and Junior Roy Allen are working with hand tools on their projects in wood shop. Practicing rough finishing metal on the grinding wheel are Juniors Dennis Gick and Jerry McClain. Gas masks worn by portraits Chalk designs, commercial art portraits. Poppy posters and Fire Prevention posters were designed by the beginning art classes. For Environment Day the beginning art classes placed gas masks over their self portraits, while the ceramic class painted the art room. Ceramic classes made functional and non-functional pottery with an emphasis on design. Necklaces were made with silver on wood, while silver on silver and stone on silver were the materials used to design other types of jewelry. Weaving, stitchery and package designs were creat- ed by advanced art students. All work by the art classes were displayed either in the main hall or in the trophy case by the cafeteria. Hours of work went into making this attractive barrett by Marianne Werling. Finished ceramic artcrafts are displayed in the trophy case outside the cafeteria. Finishing touches are added to the silver with the use of the rouge wheel to remove tiny scratches and to polish the silver. Smoothness and uniformity are achieved in the wooden piece with the utilization of sandpaper in ceramics class. Unwanted corners and scratches are smoothed out of the wood with the use of the file. Band arouses pride, spirit Pride was experienced by all who were associated with New Haven High School when the Marching Band spiritedly paraded onto the football field or onto the basketball court and presented the Red, White and Blue pre-game ceremonies. Playing for home basketball and football games, en- tertaining fans during halftime, performing at con- certs in the Bulldog ' s Gymnasium were some of the main activities of the band. Mr. Paul Milliman, head of the instrumental music department, was responsible for selecting the music for performances and con- ducting throughout the year. At the fall marching contest the band won the trophy for the best inspected band. Seventy per cent of the entries received first place at the State solo and ensemble contest and also received the first place at State Concert Band Contest. i,..-- " ! . ' " V Front Row-Chris Callahan, Debbie Butt, Kathy Williams, Jean Koch, Debbie Black, Second Row— Diane Kearns, Debbie Koite, Donna Springer, Aleto Sudman, Michelle Link, Jim Lahr, Third Row— Debbie Tomlison, Sue Ahlersmeyer, Clay Sherman, Carol Hasty, Ginny Murria, Sandy Bair. Front Row— Kevin Campbell, Sue Sams, Doug Beatty, Larry Ford, Larry Long, Second Row- Gary Hazlet, E. Jay Winzler, Donna Wolf. Kevin Campbell, Diane Kearns, Linda Burczak, Jill Schmidt, Debbie Black, Shirley Jones, Chuck Kelly, Chris Callahan, Linda Blair, Debbie Korte, Sandy Bair, Becky Wolf, Mike Minglin, Kathi Williams, Debbie Butt, Orlando Ganzalez, Larry Long, Doug Beatty, Mark Bristou, Bill Pond, Gary Hazlett, Randy Johnson, Mike Miller. Front Row-Nancy Shifley, Debbie Perry, Kendra Fraser, Kathy Springer, Jane Rocke, Ann Rocke, Linda Burczak, Row two-Kathy Springer, Pat Boys, Kathy Lantz, Sue Fox, Cheryl Over- holt, Bobbie Voral, Judy James, Bonnie Hunnings, Debbie Neff. Band presents winter concert Jan Marshall, Bob Jones, Mark Bristow, Dave Mclntire, Kevin Campbell, Kathi Williams, Gary Koch, Sue Fox, Nancy Shifley, Sandy Roemer, Terry Wilson, Sue Rowe, Jim Critell, Nan Friedley, Bonnie Hunnings, Linda Wick, Carol Hasty, Jane Rocke, Orlando Gonzalez, Mike McMillen, Becky Wolf, John Shive, Sue Sams, Kathy Taylor, Doug Beatty, Jayne Baxter, Steve Bruce, Jim Ray, Dave Kundred, Steve Koch, Virginia Murua, Chris Callahan, Jill Schmidt, Kendra Frazer, Sue Ah- lersmeyer, and Mike Minglin. Linda Blair, Debbi Korte, Sue Fcx, Bonnie Hunnings, Linda Burczak, Kay Sorg, Diana Taylor, Sue Ahlersmeyer, Ann Rocke, Jackie Doell, Kathy Taylor, Sandy Reomer, Nancy Vesa, Judy James, Cheryl Overholt, Kathy Springer, Debbie Fullerton, Peg Gable, Aleta Sudman, Becky Robinson, Jean Augenstein, Jean Kock, Jan Marshall Mike Minglin, Mike Miller, Randy Johnson, Nan Friedley, Carol Warren, Ginny Murua, Donna Wolf, Cathy Williams and Becky Wolf. Ken Anger, Jodi Swaidner, Mike Minglin, Shirley Jones, John Shive, Ron Grostifon, Sue Rowe, Jim Critell, Dave Mclntire, Bill Pond, Ron Chamberlin, Ed Lazenby, Steve Holt, Jim Quandt, Terry Hoeppner, Steve Stauffer ■ 1 v - 1 6 " f x Choir sang at Cathedral A ' Under the direction of IVIr. Carl Nicholas, Con- cert Choir, Varsity Choir, Swing Choir and Boys ' and Girls ' Glee Clubs practiced many hours to bring out the musical talents of NH students. The combined choirs averaged two concerts per week and as many as four during the Christ- mas season. Concerts were performed at churches, clubs, meetings, conventions and parties. Highlights of the year included " excellent " rat- ings by both Concert Choir and Boys ' Glee Club at the state contest and a guest appearance by Con- cert Choir with the Saint Francis Choir at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Students in Girls ' Glee Club and Varsity Choir learned the importance of correct breathing tech- niques and the best way to prepare a number. , ' f k ■ ' ■ .• ■ ' Iu ( f ■ " w r ; : - Judy Pensinger, Marcia Westerfield, Sally Trulock, Linda Bur- czak. Sue Sams, Joyce Siegers, Karen Morris, Sue Finn, Linda Cockrum, Rachel Koontz, Lynn Beuscher, Trudy Pensinger. Gwen Kruse, Trish Janson, Jan Winicker, Mary Nichter, Donna Bahler, Sharon Stroller, Melanie Armstrong, Brenda Zurcher, Dawn Kuhne, Ruth Meyer, Pam Schinnerer, Jan Leavel, Sandy Roemer. Mr, Carl Nicholas director of choir at NHHS. Jim Ray, Dave Kundred, Craig Cambell, Randy Johnson, Dave Mclntire, Glanita Printup, Larry Shimes, Ned Buckmaster, Ron Comito, Larry Bak, Steve Bruce. Bob Jones, Mike Miller, Orlando Gonzalez, Denny McMillen, Nancy Baxter, Bill Lasher, Steve Kock, Gary Kock, Chuck Kelly, Carol Gear, Doug Potter, John Foy Hoppe, Barb Lewis, Mark Summy. Jill Schmidt, Mike Kirkpatrick, Jeanne Shirk, Becky Wolf, Nan Friedly, Jacki Doell, Nancy Vess, Mike McMillen, Mark Bristow, Elaine Jones, Linda Blair, Terry Wilson, Deb Fuller- ton, Cindy Zuver, Debbie VanCleve, Linda Wick and Dan Byrd. Choir has Spring concert . - £ihj fTU W ' , " -f - Wi - J .-V - - - ' - •n Jefz-j Clendening, Paul Niccum, Dave Andersen, Bruce Bachofen and Mark John- son. Jim McRae, Dave Wiakel, Ron Ternet. Randy Smith. I ike Alber. Jim Ray, TedOetting. Ron Hayden. Mike Lough. MikeMoening. Dave McDowell. Dave Coats. Dan Headlee. Mark Weigand. Gene Grandall. Randy Swank. Duncan Whyte. Steve Shapell. Mark Carmin, Rick Baester, Chuck Graber, Rick Kirk, Paul Jaessing, Phil Schwalm, Don Wharton and Larry Monroe Vickie Morris, Cindy Wales, Jan Foiti, Rosie Chapman, Kim Netherland, Colleen Knox, Kathi Williams, Jackie Snyder, Tami Zimmerman, Jill Schmidt, Lana Baker, Becky Miller, Linda Flora, Linda Dillon, Debbie Lovely, Jan Richhart, Karia Doty, Connie Rudman, Peg Gable, Jeanne Grossman, Trudi Tope, Susan Stumpf, Sue Mr How 1 Lininger. Mr. Paul Milliman, Mr Ron Best-Band Dir Ondy Wales. Rick Kirk, Doug Beatty, Jim McRae, Marcia Westerfield, Paul Niccum, Linda Cockrum, Randy Swank, Rosie Chapman, Mike Lough, Colleen Knox, Bren- t a Zurcher, Bruce Backofen. Judy Pensmger. Pam Schinner. Mike Alber. Dave Coats. Tami Zimmerman, Dave Andersen. Jan Richhart, Jan Winicker. and Larry Monroe Debbie Schwartz, Dianne Rehm, Debbie Eiden, Pat Cam, Peg Bair, Linda Lotham- mer, Margie Osborn, Brenda Regenold, Cheryl Braley, Donna Bendel. Marcia Eakright, Cindy Bishop, Pam Cant!, Donna Springer, Sara Wise, Pam Lanman, Peg Tanner, Jackie Montague. Jean Tews, Kris Kelly, Val Oliver, Pam Lawrence. Ja- net Moyer, Julie Hormann, Limda Gardiner, Cindy Hermann, Denise Salisbury Marga Johnson, Cathy Sheets, Rosie Moyer, Janet Bade, Georgia Ames, Neva Tur- ley, Val Bumgartner, Karen Bradtmueller, Jane Bauserman. Candy Moellsring, Mary Schulties, Jan Bearman. and Kay Ulry ■ J ' J - rf «% ' Like a complex machine, a team is a combina- tion of interacting individuals with specific tasks, all contributing to the final outcome. Athletics When each does his part, the outcome is victory; otherwise it is failure. ' ' 0 ' -r r V !i 0 " « gMs si mg., VARSITY FOOTBALL-IFront row) Mgr. Steve Wyman, Mike Stratwn, Dan Eakright, Steve Bruce, Stan Jacquay, Rob Davis, Dave McDovyell, Ed Foss, Doug Lohse, Mike Brancefield, Mgr. Richard Pieiffer. (Row two) Coach Paul Armstrong, Dennis Sheron, Mike McMillan, Jim Guillow, Mark Johnson, Tony Patton, Gary Lambroff, Dave Emenhiser, Steve Hormann, Stacey Beavers, Coach John Becker, Coach Don Huml. (Row three) Charles Cox, Jim Fox, Ed Nix, Bob Rutledge, Jeff Graves, Glenn Thornton, Dave Wagner, Herb Baatz, Phil Evard, Steve Holt, Ron Comito, Jim Lahr, Bob Marshall, Dean Reinking. Senior Ed Foss rambles 35 yards to add another touchdown against Bellmont on the John H. Young field. Halfback Steve Bruce scampers around end for a long gain in the Bishop Luers gridiron contest. Interior linemen Rob Davis and Stan Jacquay struggle out of their gear after the rain drenched Dwenger game. Upset highlights varsity season Football scoreboard New Haven 7 Central 22 New Haven 33 Bellmont 18 New Haven 27 Southside 32 New Haven 6 Concordia 6 New Haven 6 Frankfort 13 New Haven Dwenger New Haven 6 Snider 37 New Haven 27 Columbia City 20 New Haven Luers 14 New Haven Bulldogs highlighted a 2-5-2 season by upsetting the state ' s ninth ranked team and Northeast Indiana Conference foe, Columbia City. The gridders were undefeated in conference play but because only three NEIC games were scheduled, they were not eligible for the crown, Selected to the all-conference third team were tackles Mike Stratton and Rob Davis and halfback Ed Foss. Receiving hon- orable mention were Doug Lohse, Ed Nix and Bob Rutledge. By making 160 tackles this season, Stratton broke a 12-year-old record of 136. The year ' s leading scorer was Foss with 50 points. Senior award winners were Rob Davis, most valu- able offensive lineman; Doug Lohse, captain; Ed Foss, most valuable offensive player; Mike Stratton, captain and most valuable player and Charles Cox, best men- tal attitude. Bulldog squad plucks Eagles MIN.SEC. 4QTR- 0:51 VISITORS TOPLAYl O HOME f ? £D0WN I0YARDSTOGO JV football scoreboard New Haven New Haven New Haven New Haven New Haven New Haven New Haven 22 6 14 26 12 Garrett South Side Bishop Luers Snider Columbia City Concordia North Side 20 20 6 24 8 12 28 Fans began feeling a Bulldog victory with less than a minute left to play in the exciting Columbia City game. Tired but jubilant, the varsity celebrates in the locker room the upset of ninth ranked Columbia City. Attempting to put the Bulldogs ahead 7-0, kicker Ed Foss has his place kick blocked by a rushing lineman. 9m mm - — -i-. 1 ' b? I ' f 4 I i A 1 JV FOOTBALL-fFront row) Lloyd Springer, Lynn Shaffer, Ed Winnicker, Bill Moord, Tim Repogle, Greg Poorman, Mark Smith, Denny McMillan, Bill Losher, Kern Lester. I Row two) Coach Jerry Mitchel,Jim Adams, Ron Dag, John Essex, Bob Trout, Don Chambers, Sid Gaels, Larry Bradtmueller, Rick Owens, John Zuber, Kevin McKenzie, Coach Ledford Benton. (Row three! Mike Huffman, Terry Federspiel, John Beuchel, John Chester, Steve Shifley, Gary Parker, Mgr. Mike Barrientos. VARSITY BASKETBALL-Coach John Becker, Jerry Fuhrmann. Bob Muth, Don Wharton, Dean Roney, Jay Johnson, Herb Baatz, Ed Nix, JonSauers, Ritch Clark, Kevin Mattingly, Coach Jerry Mitchel. Roundballers register 3 wins Losing to Central Catholic 76-62 in the sectional, the New Haven basketball team ended a disappoint- ing and frustrating season. The Bulldogs started the season winning three of their first eight. In the Huntington tournament the squad showed glimmers of consistency and cohesive- ness in beating a tough Highland team 75-60. But after the Holiday tourney the basketballers failed to win a game. Leading scorer and rebounder Bill Shumaker made the second all-conference team ending the season with 349 points for a 1 7.5 average. Bill Schumaker, who pulled down 134 rebounds during the year, drives around his Central Catholic opponent. Senior Jon Sauers gropes for a loose ball. Basketball scoreboard New Haven 55 Central 66 New Haven 57 Concordia 61 New Haven 79 Angola 62 New Haven 57 Heritage 36 New Haven 54 Woodlan 57 New Haven 50 South 66 New Haven 58 Huntington 83 New Haven 76 Highland 60 New Haven 48 East Noble 68 New Haven 75 Leo 88 New Haven 64 North 77 New Haven 70 Snider 86 New Haven 62 Columbia City 88 New Haven 58 Bishop Luers 67 New Haven 37 Bluff ton 62 New Haven 50 Carroll 63 New Haven 56 Bellmon t 62 New Haven 67 (OTI South Adams 70 New Haven 75 Elmhurst 86 New Haven 59 Central Catholic 68 Ed Nix, playing with an injured Itnee that sidelined him for eight games, chalks up two points. Controlling the Columbia City board. Herb Baatz snags one of the 89 rebounds he recorded for the year. Reserves jell for 12 contests JV scoreboard New Haven 39 Central 44 New Haven 35 Concordia 31 New Haven 67 Angola 33 New Haven 38 Heritage 45 New Ha ven 32 Woodlan 41 New Haven 37 South Side 25 New Haven 50 East Noble 43 New Haven 45 Leo 43 New Ha ven 43 North Side 50 New Haven 36 Snider 51 New Haven 36 Columbia City 31 New Haven 41 Bishop Luers 37 New Haven 30 Bluffton 62 New Haven 56 Carroll 48 New Haven 48 Bellmont 40 New Haven 38 South Adams 28 New Haven 46 Elmhurst 41 New Haven 45 Central Catholic 30 Sophomore Gary Holt adds a basket to his reserve total of 128 points. ' K h. ' f ' wmmwmimmiw gllg H if 4 1 J i . ' ffl i iVf ' 2 li. s — 1 " ! RESERVE BASKETBALL-(Front row) Coach John Becker, Joe Hunni- cutt. Bill Moord, Lloyd Springer, Coach Armond Ball. (Row two) Dave Goodwin, Ed Ahlersmeyer, Larry Bradtmueller, Dan Mathews, Gary Holt. (Row three) Manager Craig Yoder, Martin Kristy, Scott Crouch, Ken Ehinger, Manager Walter Markley. Grapplers win sectional, tie regional WRESTLING TEAM-(Front row) Stan Jacquay, Mike Chovan, Dave Mc- Dowell, Mark Ringenberg, Ed Foss, Mike Lazenby, Mike Stratton, Dan Eakright, Kerry Hoeppner, Kevin Giant, Marty Moord, Von Putman. (Row two) Coach Ledford Benton, Rex Sauders, John Knuckles, Al Bender, Paul Diehl, Don Kortenber, Jeff Welsch, Jim Creager, Chuck Kelley. (Row three) Rick Dommer, Bill Schultz, Tim Moore, Dean Reinking, Jim Boyer, Ed Lazenby, Terry Hoeppner, Mike Barrientos, Coach Stan Hostetler. (Row four) Dennis McMillan, Scott McLaughlin, Steve Schaadt, Carl Hendrick- son, Dave Cheveron, Rick Goranson, Eli Sucii, Jeff Reader, Hugh Richard- son and Jeff Moord. f EiJJSi i. n 11 A Li iVf " l Hard feelings, grudges and harsh words are forgouefi upon taking the sectional. Good sportsmanship is displayed by Dave McDowell after winning a close match. Stratton goes to state finals Coach Stan Hostetler ' s wrestling team capped a sparkling 9-3 season by capturing New Haven ' s first sectional and regional crowns. The grapplers out- distanced the rest of the sectional field by over ten points to win handily and went on to tie for first with Concord in the regional. Dave McDowell, Mike Stratton, Dan Eakright and Ed Foss won individual sectional championships and advanced to the regional. In the regional McDowell was third, Eakright and Foss second, and Stratton first, gaining a trip to the IHSAA finals in Indianapolis where he finished fourth. During the season the matmen won their own Holiday tournament and also the NEIC title with three men winning individual honors. On the reserve team which compiled a 7-5 record, many promising underclassmen gained experience un- der the direction of Coach Ledford Benton. Wrestling scoreboard New Haven 25 Culver Military 16 New Haven 21 Bellmont 33 New Haven 42 Angola 8 New Haven 23 Elkhart 21 New Haven 20 Elmhurst 22 New Haven 31 Goshen 10 New Haven 37 North 15 New Haven 24 Concordia 19 New Haven 28 South 18 New Haven 16 Snider 28 New Haven 36 DeKalb 13 New Haven 31 Central 17 Von Putman and his teammates display before sectional fans their team unity and spirit they possessed throughout their 9-3 winning season. Every wrestler knows that the referee makes the final decision in each match. Ed Foss looks pleadingly to this referee for a favorable verdict. State contender Mike Stratton applies valuable advice gained from the experienced coaches, Stan Hostetler and Ledford Benton, as he advances in sectional play. Many hours of hard practice and concentration pay off as regional participant Dan Eakright applies a single leg take- down to his first round sectional opponent. tr-3- i I ' y- -S3P-. " ■ ' ' ' i. V ' 4 ' . . 4 ( i TRACK— (Front row) Dave Goodwin, Rick Dommer, Mike Barrientos, Ron Comito, Ed Foss, Steve Bruce, Rob Davis, Jerry Craig, Gary Lambroff, Joe Shull. (Row two} Jerry Fuhrmann, Bob Muth, Craig Ctianey, Jim Guillow, Dave Coats, IVIike Beuchel, Ed Nix, Dave McDowell, Tim Kratzat, Dan Koonce. (Row three) Stacey Beavers, Gary Parker, Terry Hoeppner, Ron Grostefon, Bob Crain, Scott Crouch, Jim Quandt, Tim Shriner, Kevin Mattingly, Coach Carl Sipe. (Row four) Coach Pat Monaghan, Paul Niccum, Steve Farrier, Jim Boyer, John Knuckles, Mark Weigand, Coach John Becker. M a Junior Bob Muth, school record holder in the 880, begins to kick the last 100 yards in a Central meet. Showing the form that earned him his second trip to state, Ed Foss clears the bar with room to spare. Cindermen break 7 records Winning the New Haven Relays for the second consecutive year, finishing second in the NEIC high- lighted Coach John Becker ' s first season as head track coach. Pole vaulter Ed Foss earned his second trip to the IHSAA finals by vaulting 14 ' 6 " in the regional while breaking his own school record. In the sectionals Dan Koonce, holder of the school record of 9:47.1 in the two mile, qualified for the regional by finishing third and juniors Jim Quandt and Bob Muth advanced in the 440 and 880 respectively. School standards broken during the season were the 440 by senior Steve Bruce in 50.9; the 880 by Muth in 1:58.1; the 180 yard low hurdles by Jerry Craig in 20.5; the 880 relay of Dave Coats, Jerry Fuhrmann, Craig and Craig Chaney in 1 :32.9 and the mile relay of Bruce, junior Kevin Mattingly, Quandt and Muth in 3:25.6. Track scoreboa rd New Haven 64 Columbia City 54 New Haven 93 East Noble 25 New Haven 40 Bishop Dwenger 53 Elmhurst 71 New Haven 56 DeKalb 62 New Haven 75y, Central 45 ' : Woodlan 47 New Haven 82 Bellmon t 36 New Haven 40 Snider 78 New Haven 53 South 65 New Haven 40 North 78 New Haven 71 Goshen 40 Manchester 50 Riley 57 New Haven 78 Bishop Luers 40 Senior Jerry Craig arches his back as he struggles to clear the bar in the high Jump Captain Joe Shull gets a good start in the mile run on his way to a 4:43.7 clocking in the New Haven Relay as Junior Jim Boyer is close behind. Junior Kevin Mattingly grimaces as he attempts to overtake a Concordia hurdler in the 120 yard highs in the New Haven Relays. _ ss: .. . SU.V Exhaustion overcomes senior Steve Bruce as he strives to brea the school record in the 440 yard dash in a meet with Central at John Young Field. Sprinter Craig Chaney drives low out of the blocks at the crack of the gun to get a good start in the 220. Diamondmen compile 1 2 wins Good hitting and good pitching were the keys to a successful New Haven baseball season. The Bulldogs finished with a 12-4 record in over-all games and 7-2 in the Northeastern Indiana Conference. This was good for a second place tie with South Adams. Junior Jim Lahr led the pitching staff in regular- season play with four victories and no losses, while Bill Shumaker concluded with 1.27 earned run average. Bob Rutledge was the leading batter with .414 average followed by Orlando Gonzalez with .407 and Don Wharton with .380. The over-all team bat- ting average was a very good .328. Coach Don Huml ' s squad won their first game in the sectional against Woodlan but then were eliminat- ed in the semi-finals by the Heritage Patriots by the score of 6-2. Baseball scoreboard New Haven 13 Van Win 1 New Haven 9 Huntington 10 New Haven 6 Fairview 1 New Haven 7 Culver New Haven 4 Culver 8 New Haven 13 Crestview 9 New Haven 14 Garrett 1 New Haven 4 Angola 3 New Haven 7 Concordia 2 New Haven 3 Bell man t 4 New Haven 6 East Noble 14 New Haven 8 Central Catholic 7 New Haven 6 DeKalb 2 New Haven 11 Bluffton New Haven 6 Columbia City 3 New Haven 4 South Adams 3 ■SSB .J J ' rf.l ' P ' » «5SSK ' iJi. ' j 31 VARSITY BASEBALL-IFronr row) Manager Ron Ternet, Bob Marshall, Ralph Fortriede, Glenn Thornton, Bob Rutledge, Bill Shumaker, Don Whar- ton, Charlie Cox, Dean Roney, Paul Chaney, Manager Steve Wyman. (Back row) Coach Fred Cass, Ed Winicker, Jim Lahr, Don Kawiecki, Mike Marhenke, Martin Kristy, Rick Boys, Steve Hormann, Brad Fisher, Orlando Gonzalez, Coach Don Huml. RESERVE BASEBALL-(F r on t row) Bob Schumm, Mike Barnes, Dean Reinking, Gregg Messman, Tim Repogle, Jeff Drummond, Greg Poorman, Gary Holt. (Back row) [ tanager Walt- er Markley, Dennis Reinking, Tim Moore, Dan Mathews, Lloyd Springer, Terry Bland, Manager Brian Chittendin, Coach Fred Cass. Hurler Bill Shumaker shows the form that helped him compile a 1.27 earned run average for the season. X ' ' Coach Don HumI gazes onto the playing field as f ' j- ' vj he carefully plans his game strategy. pLjtjjftr. Linksmen finish season 7-8 New Haven ' s golf team had a respectable but un- spectacular season finishing with a 7-8 record. The Bulldogs, coached by Frank Clark, opened the year on a sour note, losing their first two meets to Bishop Luers and South. Led by senior Ritchie Clark who shot a 33 and a 34, the linksman won their next two matches against Bishop Dwenger and Concordia. The locals then lost five of their next seven matches to Snider twice and to North, Carroll and Elm- hurst once. They notched victories against Garrett and Woodlan in away meets. Defeating Bellmont and DeKalb, and losing to Elmhurst again and then finally beating South, the linksmen finished strong. New Haven finished eighth in a sectional field of 22. Ritchie Clark, Doug Lohse, Cary Lonis and Bob Himel- stein were the foursome that competed. Golf scoreboard New Ha ven 210 Bishop Luers 208 New Haven 212 South Side 196 New Haven 201 Bishop Dwenger 220 New Haven 201 Concordia 209 New Haven 210 North Side 201 New Haven 190 Snider 185 New Haven 190 Garrett 197 New Haven 197 Woodlan 224 NewHaven 220 Carroll 218 New Haven 213 Blmhurst 197 New Haven 213 Snider 204 New Haven 213 Bellmont 223 New Haven 188 South Side 190 New Haven 194 Elmhurst 188 New Haven 190 Dekalb 199 Hours on the practice range rewarded senior Ritchie Clark when he tied the course record at Cedar Creek in a match with Bishop Dwenger. Using good form, senior Cary Lonis unsuccessfully blasts out of a sandtrap at Havenhurst Golf Course. GOLF TEAM-ISitting) Gary Lonis. Ritchie Oark. (Standing) Doug Lohse, Bob Himelstein, Larry Gulp and Coach Frank Clark. Under the experienced eye of Coach Clark, senior Doug Lohse sharpens the accuracy of his irons dur- ing a practice session. v ' fw V ' ff fi ;} ' fi llj|f A ) PEP CLUB-(Front row) N. Budde, S. Ernst, T. Zimmerman, K. Williams, L, Dent, K. Girardot, B. Lake, K. Taylor, S. Roemer, T. Janson, K. Sorg, M. Nichter, B. Shaffer, J. Richhart, R. Hower, S. Heine, P. Larsen. (Row two) J. Nieno, L. Wick, V. Beahrs, P. Erpelding, C. Bruick, J. Bremer, G. Scheeler, P. Saylor, L. Schiemann, D. DeRemer, R. Quandt, V. Rodemeyer, S. Bliss, D. Basile, B. Hege, B. Hege, R. Meyers, J. Lynch. (Row three) L. Barnes, C. Knox, B. Jennings, G. Rennecker, T. Gatton, M. Larson, M. Meyers, S. Hinricks, M. Roth, L. Murphy, P. Lawburgh, C. Newhall, L. Dillon, G. Hart, K. Tourin, V. Spirou, R. Moyer. (Row four) D. Schwartz, C. Campbell, M. McGuire, D. Lovely, V. Rath, L. Snyder, C. Thompson, P. Ladig, L. Reeves, M. Lentz, M. Nulf, R. Garren, N. Fortman, S. Beuchel, M. Pfundstein, C. Ellenberger, C. Grubb. (Row five) K. Stone, D. Hanley, D. Kuhne, G. Kruse, K. Kelley, L. Harper, J. Schmidt, B. Gregg, J. Augenstein, D. Taylor, B. Robinion, V. Oliver, P. Lawrence, E. Grostefon, S. Stumpf, I. Silverman, N. Wacker, J. Benjamin. (Row six) D. Graft, J. Howell, D. Brockway, D. Wheeler, G. Werner, B. Miller, J. Daggett, M. Westerfield, R. Chapman, J. Foltz, D. Bahler, M. Armstrong, S. Trulock, T. Baatz, K. Scholle, J. Bulte- meier, R. Barwiler, T. Erpelding. (Row seven) J. Hayes, D. Bendel, K. Colderbank, A. Voigt, N. Grider, D. Ammerman, K. Leed, N. Brandt, L. Beusher, L. Flora, D. Neff, M. Waling, M. Jenkins, M. Schneider, D. Meyer, M. Martin, J. Moyer, D. Salisbury. (Row eight) C. Anders, B. Reginold, T. Stumpf, S. Geels, D. Ehinger, J. Larson, V. Baumgartner, D. Gavin, J. Bay, J. Tews, T. Porter, P. Patton, J. Bauserman, S. Wetoskey, P. McKee, C. Moore, L. Baatz. (Row nine) M. Miller, M. Mahaffie, T. Batdorf, Y. Miller, N. Melcher, M. Jones, J. Holsaple, G. Thompson, C. Bricker, D. Lanning, S. Wise, V. McRea, C. Smith, D. Lawson, A. Weisenburger, N. Vess. Reserve cheerleaders Sandy Boese, Carroll War- ren, Chris Shaffer and Gerry Gaskill ride in the Homecoming parade in expectation of a Bulldog victory. Card routines, new fo clubs Exuberance, enthusiasm and great school spirit characterized this year ' s cheerleaders, Pep Block and Boys ' Boosters. During the summer the varsity cheerleaders par- ticipated in a two week workshop at Vincennes University. The cheerleaders captured the first place team trophy for competition and the " Sparkplug " award for spirit. Seniors Jackie Snyder and Joyce Siegers were appointed as instructors to the National Cheerleaders Association. Jackie and Joyce were chosen from a field of over 100,000 applicants. Besides colorful signs posted in the halls, new tops and cheers, the Pep Club added another dimension to its cheering. A card section was initiated and various words spelled at the home games. In the Homecoming float contest, Pep Club and Boys Boosters copped third place. Varsity cheerleaders are Jackie Snyder , Linda Burczak, Kim Netlierland, Lana Baker and Joyce Siegers. BOYS ' BOOSTERS-iFront row) M. Ringenberg, P. Jaessing, R. Davis, M. Moord, D. Lazzer, D. McDowell, K. Goodin, S. Jacquay, M. Stratton, T. Cayot,M. Brown. (Row two) L. Fitzgerald, R. Ternet, C. Lonis, J. Kelty, J Mazock,P. Evard, K. Hoeppner, D. Lohse, B. Stewart, K. Filler, M. Carmin. D. Eakright. (Row three) M. Parker, D. Jacobs, V. Putman, T. Patton, D. Waikel, D. Gibson, G. Messman, L. Stroble, J. Kratzat, T. Werling, C. Heine, W. Schroeder, R. Boys. (Row four) M. Barrientos, J. Hirschy, M. Chovan, D. Butler, J. Judt, J. Ringenberg, D. Coates, M. Alber, G. Hallberg, J. Guillow, R. Furness. (Row five) R, Grayless, P. Niccum, T. Replogle, D. Archbold, R. Daily, G. Bandelier, N. Johnson, D. Reinking, K. Kokinakis. (Row six) J. Jacquay, D. Melton, B. Himelstein, K. Borcherding, R. Boester, R. Swank, J. Glendening, M. Kleppinger, J. Seitz. Searching for identity, an NHHS student seeks associations with people lil e himself, students with similar interests, ideas, personalities. Organizations He works with them, talks with them, socializes with them, gaining knowledge and insight from new experi- ences. He is part of a meaningful unit, an " organiza- tion " ; he is a member of the club. L. Burczak, M. Miller, L. Baker, J. Snyder (TreasJ, J. Mazock, Mr. Huey, R, Chapman, M. Armstrong, P. Gable, D. Archbold, J. Richhart, S. Ernst and K. Bricker, S. Jackson, K. Kokinakis, S. Clause, P. Niccum, B. Pond, S. Gibson, V. Thompson, K. Williams, S. Bair, and Mrs. Wolf. Congress members adopt orphan fc - ' fff HI] (r ■ m Mrs. Mann, E. Winzeler, D. Eiden, G. Rennecker, S. Slevers. C. Wales, K. Taylor, P. Lehman, K. Nether- land, J. Hirshey and M. Huffman. With Homecoming ' 69 as their initial project. Student Congress ' efforts included the formation of the Courtesy Corps and a noon canteen. With the community in mind. Congress directed the collection of S2,000 for area families in need during the Christmas season. After yuletide, they adopted a Southern orphan. On the school scene. Congress con- structed an activities calendar, purchased flags for classrooms, erected a flag pole, sponsored a school flag and victory pen- nant design contest and worked on a revised Constitution. M. Brown IPres.l, T. Zimmerman, J. Wilkins, B. Bur- nett, K. Sorg, B. Hege, D. Basile, M. Ringenberg, J. Augenstein and J. Schmidt. J. McRae, J. Siegers (Secy.), J. Guillaume, B. Hege, D. Lohse, D. Perry, L. Beuscher, G. Bando- lier, S. Trulock, J. Ringenberg, Miss Kinzie, J. Shull and D. Bahler •A r Pi pM- - W Recognition attained by honoraries " I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of the National Honor Society to which I have been elected; I will be true to the principles for which it stands; I will be loyal at all times to my school; and will maintain and encourage high standards of Scholarship, Character, Lead- ership, and Service. " With parents and the student body looking on, 48 juniors and seniors recited this oath on March 13 to join 28 senior members in the honorary. In addition to a " Candle Out " booth at the Sadie Hawkins County Fair and a May picnic, members gathered for an honors banquet on March 19. Members are D. Lohse, K. Girardot, J. Nieno, V. Rath, P. Diehl, C. Rudman, S. Koch, C. Callahan, J. Bremer, J. Shive, B. Shaffer, S. Vachon, C. Shaefer, J. Marshall, P. Larsen, M. McGuire and B. Barlow. K. Colderbank, S. Stumpf, G. Hazlett, R. Chapman, B. Muth, J. Fuhrman, B. Miller, M. Jenkins, M. Westerfield. J. Ringenberg, L. Burczak, D. Lorraine, Kathy Kelly and Kris Kelly. S. Jackson, J. McRae, M. Larsen, K. Fraser, C. Thompson, L. Snyder, J Schmidt, J. Snyder, K. Williams, G. Rennecker, B. Hege, J. Over- holt, J. Shull, S. Ernst and N. Shifley. K. Tour in, D. McCrory, M. Brown, B. Hege, W. Grostefon, T. Gatton, P. Ladig, J. Richhart, C. Pot- ter, B. Zurcher, J. Pensinger, C. Campbell and R. Koontz. G. Werner, G. Kruse, D. Bahler. R. Lebrecht. C. Warren, D. Fullerton, J. Foltz, L. Blair, L. Harper, R. Barwiler, C. May, P. Hanman and J. Judt. Native tongue gains foreign rivals Soccer games provided keen competi- tion for the three language clubs and per- mitted them an outlet from usual club activities and endeavors. All three had similar projects including homecoming parade entries, Sadie Hawk- ins booths, field trips, parties, banquets and initiations. French club ' s initiation featured Mardi Gras decorations and costumes. Latin Club (Junior Classical League) became adept at the Teaberry Shuffle and re- covered from a trip through Hades during their initiation. German members celebrated a typical German winter in February at their " Win- ter Ausflug " which included sledding, skating and eating. German Club members are L. Wick (V.P.), N. Lep- per, K. Netherland (Secy.), K. Sorg fTreas.l, B. Pond, K. Sheets, M. Parker, J. Doell, J. Westrick, K. Kraick, J. Wilkins, J. Ha pin, J. Ringenberg, M. Bar- wiler, J. Judt, M. Miller, J. Cooper, P. Mierau, T. Oberlin, D. Malone and M. Melon. C. Campbell (Co-historian), M. McGuire (Co- historian), B. Hege (Scriba), T. Zimmerman (Consul), and B. Hege (Quaestor). P. Ladig, W. Grostefon, S. Ahlersmeyer, C. Bruick, M. Roth and S. Heine. C, Kerns, M. Larson, M. Mazock, P. Larsen, S. Wheeler, D. Bendel, D. Perry, P. Beckman, V. Thompson, T. Porter, K. Snyder. M. Jenkins. J. Benjamin, P. Hartman, D. Andersen, C. Behrendsen and J. Larson. French Club members are D, Bendel, P. Beckman, K. Snyeder, C. Douglas, T. Porter, D. Gibson, D. Perry, T. Oetting, J. Hirshey and K. Kelly. Chantal, played by Junior Gigi Werner, after days of job hunting finally takes a job with a photographer. Gene Wright, played by Junior Gary Hazlett. Grease paint marks Thespians Kathy Kelly, Carol Warren, Gary Hazlett, Phil Hartman, Doug Beatty (Pres.l, Mr. May, Trudy Pensinger (Treas.l, Rachel Koontz and Jill Schmidt (V.P.j. Members are Harry Quandt, Judy Pensinger, Doug Archbold, Pam Lehman, John Hirschy, Peg Gable, Don Hoagland and Clark May. When Masque and Gavel fall try-outs were over and five people were admitted bringing the total membership to 35, try-outs were held for the one-act play, " The Little Red Schoolhouse " which was presented throughout the city at many civic functions and at the New Haven Fine Arts Fair. Four hectic months, December through March, found members building sets, gathering props and memorizing lines for the annual three-act play, " If a Man Answers. " The play was presented to the public in the Junior High School Auditorium March 5, 6 and 7. The humorous Francis Awards were presented at the April 2 ticket banquet and graduating seniors received their tro- phies at the May 14 banquet. Cast for the one-act play is Mary Jenkins, Kathi Williams, Sue Heine, Margie Miller, Becky Wolf, Kathy Colderbank, Becky Miller, Jim McRae, Linda Burczak, Bruce Backofen and Nan Fried ley. Books, films lead clubs New Haven ' s library was filled to ca- pacity with 11,000 volumes, about 150 magazines and 300 records. Dodging falling books, straightening shelves and filing magazines were tasks faced by the 70 student volunteers aiding Mrs. Luann Beaman. Atheneum Club, organized by the vol- unteers, sponsored an all school film to raise money for new materials. Social Studies Club ' s meetings con- sisted of films and discussions. A Christmas party and a Country Fair booth filled the activity calendar. Social Studies Club members are Harry Zimmer- man, Allan South, Kathy Rondot and Dee Lor- raine sponsored by Mr, Beugnot. Atheneum Club members are Connie Jett, Trudi Tope, Pam Spears, Loha Murphy, Shirley White, Pat Newman, Marilyn Nulf, Steve Bouse, Debby McCrory, Gary Helmke, Georgia Ames, Diane Swain and Linda Vinson. % % Eloquent oratory— goal of NFL Finishing ttiird in all-state competition, the NFL team experienced a victorious season. Individual speakers and debaters represented NHHS well in local and state meets. Members captured 12 trophies and 80 ribbons. A record three seniors, Joe Shull, Steve Jackson and Jim Kart, received the Camp- bell Trophy award. The announcement of these awards and initiation of senior mem- bers took place at the spring banquet on May 7. NFL members Bruce Backofen, Cheryl Potter, Randy Trammel , Bill Pond, Margie Miller, Mike Lazenby and Melanie McGuire view ribbons from this year ' s meets. Steve Jackson (Pres.l, Jim Kart, Janet Holsaple, Kathy Kelly (Secy. I, Cindy Campbell, Becky Miller, Diane Jackson, Joe Shull, Denny Sheron and Jim Ringenberg attend the National Forensic League meeting. Arts club attends cultural events Composed primarily of band and choir members, Fine Arts Club had a reduced activity schedule due to band-choir con- certs and contests. Happening ' 70, the club ' s annual talent show, featured singing, dancing and various comedy routines. Unfortunately, the show was plagued by finals resulting in a small audience. A trip to Muncie to see Ball State ' s production of " Brigadoon " enabled mem- bers to compare a university ' s show with New Haven ' s ' 69 performance. Ending the year ' s activities in April were a " Fish Pond " booth at the Sadie Hawkins County Fair and the Fine Arts Fair co-sponsored with the PTA. Signs posted in ttie flails announce the coming of Happening ' 70, the talent show. ippEnlaq Fine Arts Club members are E. Jay Winzler, Rick Kirk, Diane Taylor, Chris Callahan, Peg Gable, Dave Mclntire, Mike McMHIen, John Shive, Becky Wolf, Jean Koch, Debbie Butt, Cheryl Overholt, Jo Wilkins, Debbie Wheeler, Deb Fullerton, Kama Scholle, Debbie Graft, Joyce Howell. Cheryl Ellenberger, Deb Korte, Jane Rocke, Jan Schmidt and Kay Sorg. At Happening ' 70, Senior Don Wharton displays his musical ability by performing one of his own compositions. Visitors at the Fine Arts Fair observe paintings, pottery and other art displays. At the co-sponsored Fine Arts Fair, girls view jewelry made by the art classes. -• ' 5V i y ' Flying high in the business world are Nancy Budde, Cindy Hormann. Lisa Snyder, Cindi Deitering, Diane Basile, Sue Hinrichs, Barb Merz, Venus ' Rath and Cheryl Thompson. Members of Future Business Leaders of America are Karen Melcher, Lisa Snyder, Nancy Budde, Cheryl Thompson, Venus Rath, Cathy Stone, Me- lanie Schneider, Patty Newman, Diane Swam, Cindy Spieth, Debbie Neff, Pam Lawburgh, Sue Ahlersmeyer, Marianne Werling. Gloria Thompson and Linda Ruger sponsored by Mrs. Wade. Members of the Office Education Association are Judy Overholt, Karen Melcher, Terry Wilson. Debby McCrory, Ann Voight, Sharon Schram, Janet Ruger, Linda Ruger, Debbie Hanley, Chris Roberts, Vickie Morris, Nan Friedley, Sue Ahlersmeyer, Sandy Vachon, Karen Girardot, Cathy Hummel and Brenda Shaffer. Clubs prepare for business world Selling candy, listeningto speakers, and taking tours were some of tine many varied activities in which New Haven ' s business clubs, FBLA and OEA, participated. Speakers from Magnavox and Indiana University acquainted the members with career opportunities in the area. By selling candy, OEA members helped to raise enough money to send six girls to the National Convention held in Fort Worth, Texas. Practice makes perfect for Barb Forester, Cheryl Braley, Georgia Odum, Karen Soderquest, lllene Urlck, Pam Say lor, Jenny Lynch, Ruth Garren, Betty Caudle, Jody Eckert, Charlene Prine, Sue Richards, Cindy Zollinger, Peg L ynch and Sheila McCague. OEA officers are Kathy Graham (Secy. I, Pat Cain (Treas.l, Nancy Fortman iV.P.j and Carol Pearson fPres.l. Clubs prepare for future occupations New Haven ' s chapter of FTA served the faculty throughout the year. At Christmas time, members held a tea for the faculty and made favors as they did every month. Serving as teaching assistants, teachers received much needed help with paper grading and recording. Activities were highlighted with a jail at the Sadie Hawkins Fair. To increase their treasury, the girls sold Memory Record Books. 69-70 was filled with service and learn- ing for FNC. Speakers from the fields of practical nursing and X-ray technology discussed career opportunities. Touring Johnny Appleseed gave the girls a new insight in the field of mental health. Raising money with a car wash and pa- per drive increased the club ' s treasury for the banquet, April 24. Future Nurses Club members are Sheryl Moore, Patty Beckman, Sally Trulock, Sherry Gibson, Brenda Regenold (Secy. I, Christina Clem, Joyce Clem, Tammy Keener (Trees.), Sharon Beuchel (Pres.j, and Jody Bojrab. Senior members of Future Teachers of America are Muriel Roth, Gwen Scheeler, Janet Bremer, Bev Hege, Rose Hower, Barb Hege, Jackie Doell (Secy. I, Lisa Dent, Cheryl Ellenberger, Jan Nieno, Trudy Pensinger (V.P.j, Janet Richhart, Cindy Shaeffer, Linda Wick, Bonnie Hunnings (Trees.) and Cheryl Potter (Pres.). Hi ' Y officers are Jim Kelty IPres.j, Grant Messman (V.P.j, Tom Neusiis (Secy.) and Mark Ringenberg (Treas.l. Sorting books for the Y-Teens project are Nancy Melcf)er, Janet McCrea, Karen Melcfier, Dawn Kufine, Gwen Kruse and Sue Stumpf. Fun, help club goals Hi-Y and Y-Teen, the Fort Wayne " Y ' s " high school chapters, aided the community with many service projects. At the Holiday season, Y-Teen mem- bers went caroling to collect food for the three families they adopted last year. Richmond Mental Hospital received books donated by the girls and the Armchair Project was aided by contributions of homemade cookies. Hi-Y disbanded regular meetings and formed committees in hopes of reorga- nizing next year. Once again, the boys sponsored the school ' s annual Easter Assembly featuring the concert choir. Five boys attended the Model Legis- lature at Indianapolis in April to become better informed on governmental proceedings. Y-Teen members attending the tea are Mary Schulties, Luann Bollinger, Diane Basile (Secy.), Donna Tews (Treas.), Orion Trickey, Dawn Kuhne (V.P.). Nancy Budde (Pres.), Barbara Hege, Bev Hege and Gwen Kruse. Bowling League goes co-ed Bowling League, New Haven ' s only co- educational sports club held their weekly meetings at Hillcrest Lanes where club members had the opportunity to bowl three league games. The 52 members, divided into 13 teams of 4 were sponsored by Mr. John Dick- meyer and Rod Van Zant. An annual spring banquet was held where individual awards were presented to the highest scorers. Keeping the scores are Steve Roper, Mike L eiter, Darrell Carlson, Dan Cook, Cordon McHenry, Jim Harter, Bob H i m e I s t e i n and Ernie Greenwood. Bowling is Sopliomore Glenita Prinxup. Selecting the proper weight ball is important for Ron Neuenschwander, Doug Robinette, Brian Buck and Larry Mynett. Riflemen develop shooting skills Rifle Club, chartered by the National Rifle Association, was advised by Mr. Hive- ly from the Old Fort Rifle and Pistol Club. Due to conflicts with the wrestling team over the range, active shooting was drastically cut which kept the club from participating in state championship matches. However, matches were held with Concordia, South Adams and the Air National Guard. Preparing for active shooting on the range are riflemen Hal Springer, Steve Everson, Steve Spohr, Carl Hendrickson, John Larsen and Bob Spencer. Receiving instructions on rifle technique and cleaning are Rifle Club members John Shive, Vince Buchtman, Craig Campbell, Howard Eric- son, John Hershey and Ken Filler sponsored by Mr. Reynolds. Karen Girardot, Dave Lazzer, Dean Hirschy. Kathy Taylor, Beth Lake, Sandy Roemer, Jan Richhan, Doug Lohse, Carol Pearson, Rosie Homer and Tami Zimmerman. D. Eakright, C. Chaney, J. Shull, M. Lazenby, D. Koonce, S. Jacquay, V. Putman, R. Ternet, R. Pfeiffer, S. Wyman, D. Lohse, J. Sauers, R. Clark, R. Davis, M. Ringenberg, T. Patron. S. Holt, J. Guillow, S. Horman, J. Lahr, M. Barrientos, B. Muth, J. Fuhr- man, G. Thorton, T. Hoeppner and K. McKenzie. Kerry Hoeppner, Jim Lahr, Jay Johnson, Richie Clar, Steve Koch, Dean Roney, Dave Lazzar, Jim Boyer, Mark Bristow, Dan Koonce, Terry Hoeppner, Paul Diehl, Joe Shull, Von Putman, Mark Kleppinger, Jerry Fuhrman, Mr Cass, Mr. Monaghan and Mr. Clark. Sports council initiates doghouse For Lettermens ' Club, sponsoring a WOWO Air Ace-faculty game was the biggest project of the school year. The game ' s profit was used to purchase a video-tape machine. Closing the season at the April 25 banquet was guest speaker. Bob Johnson all pro center and captain of the Cincinnati Bengals. Continuing their tradition. Sportsman- ship Council sponsored the Homecoming bonfire and initiated a doghouse which the basketball team burst through before each home game. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes participated in church activities and print- ed basketball game programs to raise money for summer camp. Lana Baker, Karia Doty, Kathi Williams, Joyce Sie- gers, Kim Netherland, Jackie Snyder, Nancy Budde, Brenda Shaffer, Dan Eakright, Linda Burczak, Linda Flora, Melanie Armstrong, Tony Patton, Jim Krt- zat and Kerry Hoeppner. Chess Club members are Jim Kart, Bill Barlow, Dee Louraine, MikeSchnelker, Harry Zimmerman, Kathy Rondot, Ala n South, Gary Helmke and Mr. Stephan. Executive officers of Science Club are Art Percy, Glenn Emiey, Rick Kirk, Paul Jaessing, Ron Ternet, Clark May, Gail EmIey, Paul Ham- brock and Rick Haynie. Science Club forms many sections Adoption of a new constitution and the Astronomy, Photography, Ichthyology and ESP sections ' activities highlighted Science Club ' s year. Members gained scientific knowledge and information on tours to Purdue University and the I.U. Medical Center. Career opportunities were also explained with job possibilities. On the social side, the club held an autumn picnic at the Conservation Club and their annual spring banquet at Hall ' s Smorgasbord. Studying chess was the objective of Chess Club. Regular and post season tro- phies were won by Senior Jim Kart. Unfortunately, the members were un- able to attend the state meet. Senior Vince Buchtman prepares c hemicals. Science Club members are Glenn Emiey, Gail Emiey, Ken Johnson, Art Percy, Paul Hambrock, Georgia Ames, Rick Kirk, Bob Jones, Martha Melon, Kathy Rondot and Harry Zimmerman. Practice aids future homemakers Relevant education was at work in Home Economics Club, where interested girls had an opportunity to expand and apply their homemaking skills outside of the classroom. In addition to learning the basics of sewing and cooking, the girls received tips on hair styles, clothing and handling budgets. A February Style Show presented to the junior and senior high home economics classes demonstrated what can be done with patterns and gave the girls a first-hand modeling experience. Home Economics Club members are Jackie Zobrosky, Martha Mellon, Nancy Service, Lisa Harper, Terri Batdorf, Janet Bade, L upe Sanchez, Janet Moyer, Diane Jackson, Nancy Wacker, Donna Bremer, Pam Gantz and Evelyn Griffin sponsored by Mrs. Deuter. Members of the Home Economics Club are Diane Swain, Linda Reeves, Kathy Klenke, Sue Stumpf, Rose Hower, Venus Rath, Peggy Bair and Sue Rowe sponsored by Mrs. Mildred Colderbank. ■- GAA provides organized recreation Girls ' Athletic Association, GAA, pro- vided its members with the opportunity to take part in activities for fun and competi- tion. Physical fitness, leadership and co- operation were common goals among the girls. Interscholastic sports included basket- ball, volleyball and softball. Participation in organized games allowed for teamwork and a closer group feeling among the girls. Straining for the ball in a volleyball game are Girls ' Athletic Association members Doris Grave, Del or is Grave, Carol Gear, Sharon Fox, Sue Stumpf and Terri Batdorf. Eagerly awaiting the tip-off at a weekly basket- ball game are Girls ' Athletic Association mem- bers Sandy Bair, Jan Bultemeier, Nancy Baxter, Debbie Brockway, Cindy Lonergan, Ruth Quandt, Sharon Miller, Vicki Rodemeyer and Charlene Weileman sponsored by Miss Charlotte Clark. Typists for the Herald are Jane Ashenfelter, Brenda Shaffer, Cheryl Braley, Diane Rehm and Nancy Gaskill. Vision IV members are Luann Barnes, Debbie tanning, Kathy Stone, Merry Broughton, Debby Mattice, Melanie McGuire and Debbie Tomlin- son sponsored by Mr. Wade. Journalists combine skill, creativity Rushing to meet the ever present press- time deadline, Herald staff members pro- duced 19 issues of the bi-weekly student newspaper. Acquisition of type composition equip- ment enabled the staff to increase the pa- per to eight pages and cut previous printing costs by two-thirds. Student interest in the Herald increased due, in part, to better photo coverage, lively letters to the editor and debatable opinion columns. On the other hand, lack of student support threatened the fourth year of NHHS ' s literary magazine. Vision. How- ever, a small group of ardent workers were determined to produce the magazine of essays and poems. Herald editorial staff members are Teresa Gat- ton, Nancy Shifley, Katt)i Tourin, Paul Strouts and Kathy Merchant. Business staff members for the Herald are Kathy Klenke, Trish Janson, Beverly Hege and Barbara Hege. Distinct personalities, definite ideas, different goals and achievements define students. Individuals The ultimate goal is education, but there the similarity ends. For some it is to be outstanding; for others, identity, individuality. For the faculty, it is con- tributing to student success. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS-IFront row) Mr. William Wise, Mr. Carlton Giant, Mrs. Wilberta Edgington, Dr. Richard Miller. (Row two) Mr. Donald Gehrig, Mr. Ray Lehman, Mr. John Reifsnider, Mr. Ralph Ferguson, Mr. Robert Holt. ATHLETIC COUNCIL-IFront row) Mr. Frank Clark, Mr. Paul Armstrong, Mr. Maynard Henwood, Mr. Don HumI, Mr. Armond Ball. (Row two) Mr. Jerry Mitchel, Mr. John Becker, Mr. Carl Sipe. Mr. Ledford Benton, Mr. Pat Monaghan, Mr. Stan Hostetler, Mr. Fred Cass. Advisors set, control policies Dr. Richard Miller, superintendent of East Allen County Schools, the members of the seven member school board and the administrative assistants have worked diligently throughout the school year to sup- ply the needs of a growing community. To help give equal opportunities to all individuals so they may attain maximum emotional, mental, physical and social development for a contributing role in a changing society, is the main objective of the school board. The board meets twice monthly to set school policies. Worl ing on the school monetary budget, interview- ing prospective teachers and staff members and ad- ministering the established policies of the school board are only a few of the jobs of the administrative assistants directed by Dr. Miller. Rules, regulations and honors given for outstanding athletic achievements and accomplishments at New Haven are awarded by the Athletic Council. Principal Maynard Henwood meets with all the athletic coaches at their bi-weekly meetings. SUPER INTENDENT-Dr. Richard Miller SCHOOL BOARD-IFront row) Mr. Tom Kurtz, Mr. Chris Roemke, Mrs. Jeanne Miller. (Row two) Mr. Charles Rey- nolds, Mr. Gordon Jackson, Mr. Chester Schmidt, Mr. Richard Hartigan. tzK-j Aiding students, job for many Keeping schedules straight and helping students with their personal problems is one of the jobs of the guidance staff, who are Mrs. Virgina West, Mrs. Etta Wolf, Mr. Paul Armstrong, Mr. Verl Oberlin, Mr. Paul Goeglein. ' • J ' f- It takes four full time secretaries. Miss Mary Schwen, Mrs. Carol Symonds, Mrs. Marie Vondran, and Mrs. lona Richhart, to assist the guidance personnel and the principal in the day to day operations at New Haven. Planning, preparing and serving daily meals to the 1300 New Havenites. is the job of the 10 cooks. Mrs. Mildred Colderbank— Advanced foods. Boys ' Foods Mr. Gordon Cole— Chemistry l-ll. Algebra, Physics Mr. Max Crownover— Special Education Miss Harriet Daniels — English III, Future Teachers of America Mrs. Sandra Deuter— Sewing, Home Management Mr. John Dickmeyer-Latin l-ll. World History Mrs. Beulah Faulstick— Sewing hi I, Child Care, Home-Nursing, Future Nurses of America Mrs. Julia Franke—Art, Pep Club, Boys ' Boosters Mr. Claron Hanefeld-Algebra lll-IV, Plane Geometry Mr. Richard Huey-English lil-l V, Student Congress Teachers talk, relax in lounge Mr. Armond Ball— Business Mathematics, Typing l-ll. Business Law, Boys ' Boosters Mrs. LuAnn Beaman— Library, Atheneum Club Mr. John Becker-U.S. History, Government, Letterman ' s Club Mr. Dennis Benson-Architectural Drawing, Weldmg Mr. Ledford Benton-Typing, General Business, Business Math, Junior Red Cross Mr. Jean Beugnot— Psychology, Sociology, Exploratory Teach- ing, Social Studies Club Mrs. Sheila Bruening— Literature, Composition Mr. Thomas Byanski— English V, Latm Club Mr. Everett Cass-U.S. History, Health, Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes Mr. Richard Chester-Power Transportation, Auto Shop Miss Charlotte Clark-Physical Education, Girls ' Athletic Association Mr. Frank Clark-Algebra I -IV ' - ' • ' ■.WMIHHSP ' f! ' ! Perfection: goal for all teachers Mr. L ynn Klopenstein— Biology, Botany, Zoology, Science Club Lt. Col. Robert Knppner-NJROTC Mr. Thomas Lamb — U.S. History, Social Studies Club Miss Betty Luenberger— U.S. Government, Y-Teens Mr. David Lutz-German l-VIII, German Club Miss Mary Manifold— Art, Y-Teens Mrs. Doris Mann-English lll-IV, Student Council Mr. Francis May— Speech, Grammar, Masque and Gavel, National Forensic League Mr. Samuel May— Physical Education, Intramurals Mr. Paul Milliman-Concert Band Mr. Jerry Mitchel-U.S. History, Letterman ' s Club, Head Basketball Coach Mr. Carl Nicholas— Music Theory, Concert Choir, Varsity Choir, Girls ' Glee Club, Swing Choir Mr. Lawrence Huff —English VI , American Literature, National Honor Society Mr. Thomas Hufford—U.S. History, Economics, Hi-Y Mr. Don Huml-Botany, Zoology, Biology, Audio Visual Club Mr. Keith Hunnings— Earth Science, Calculus, Chemistry, Sci- ence Club Mr. Gerald Isch—Woodworking, Bowling Club Mr. Dennis Johnson— General Business, Sales, Bookkeeping I -I V, Student Congress Mr. Hamilton Kart— Debate, Speech, National Forensic League Mrs. Anita Kimie— English IV-V, Student Congress Mr. Norman Stephan— Clerical Lab. Business Machines Mr. Donald Steward— Electricity, Mechanical Drawing Mr. William Thompson— Biology, LUe Science Mr. George Turner— Machine Shop, Industrial Arts Club Mrs. Cheryl Wade-Shorthand l-IV, OEA, FBLA Mr. Ronald Wade-English I V and VI, Vision I V Mrs. Virginia West— Guidance, Shorthand, Steno Lab Mr. Arthur Wilder— Chemistry , Algebra Mr. Robert Wolfe— Geometry, Boys ' Boosters Mr. Tod Wright-Latin 1 1 l-IV, Vergil, Latin Club Mr. Jim Yunker— Journalism, Mirage, Herald Mr. Edmund Zapp — World History, Psychology, Sociology Teamwork characterizes faculty Mr. Verf Ober in— Business Law, National Honor Society Mrs. Marie PerrineSchool Nurse Miss Mary Jo Purvis-French lll-VIII , French Club Mr. Robert Reynolds, Government, U.S. History, Library Mr. Terry Ross— French l-IV, French Club Mr. Everett Sauders— Algebra l-ll. Physical Science, Math Club Mr. Richard Schilling— Algebra III -V, Trigonometry, Math Club Mrs. Margaret Schwabel— Typing l-ll. General Business, Junior Red Cross Mr. Stephan Simon — U.S. Government, National Honor Society Mr. Milton Sinn— Composition, Bible Literature, Speech, National Forensic League Mr. Carl Sipe— Bookkeeping, Typing HI-IV, Letterman ' s Club Mr. Donald Stebing— Bookkeeping l-ll. Typing III, Business Machines, Advanced Business Machines Mr. Maynard Henwood, principal, receives a visit and a giant Senior class Christmas card from old St. Nick himself. Senior Loha Murphy. Pep Club decorates team members ' lockers with personalized posters to boost Bulldog spirit. Cheerleaders, Seniors Kim Goodin, Bob Himelstein and Rob Davis await their entrance into a pep session to promote enthusiasm. Class of " 70 " looks to future Eager to begin their final year, the new Seniors flocked back to NHHS in September 1969, The year was soon filled with college applications, acceptances and rejections. Thoughts of the draft and marriage also prevailed as 18th birthdays came and engagements were announced. Thoughts of bridal gowns, however, didn ' t detract from Senior spirit or support. The mysterious " Senior Seven " continued to boost morale and wish luck to the various teams throughout the year. The class pro- duced the traditional Sadie Hawkins dance on April 3. May 28th graduation climaxed the year. Senior Council: C. Lonis, J. Critell, D. Wfiyte, R. Bearman, J. Kelty, G. Emiey, C. Porter, C. Grubb, T. Zimmerman, C. Pearson, S. Bliss, N. Budde, C. Newhall, P. Lynch, B. Hun- nings, M. Stark, and S. Roemer. Spending time in the " cooler " are Senior Class officers Doug Beatty (PresJ, Kathy Taylor (Treas.l, Jan Richhart (Secy.), and Jill Schmidt (V-P). «f. -■■ -i ■A hr fi .r - l iUl= t2i=uii 4f k% DENNIS ADAMS SUE ELLEN AHLERSMEYER-Concert Band 2,3,4; FBLA 4; GAA 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; OEA 4. NANCY L. ALLEN PETE A. ANASTASIA-Audio-Visual Club 2,3; Baseball 2; Intra- murals 4; Latin Club 2; Rifle Club 2,3; Science Club 2. KAY ANDERSON PET ANDERSON R. JANE ASHENFELTER JANE AULT ROBERT E. L. AULT HERB BAATZ-Basketball 2,3,4; FCA 4; Football 2,4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Track 3,4. PEGGY JO BAIR-Girl ' s Glee Club 3,4; Home Ec. Club 4; Latin Club 3; Student Congress 2. JUDY ANN BANDELIER-Mirage Busi- ness 2; Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 3,4. DAN D. BARKLEY WILLIAM B. BARLOW-Chess Club 2,3, 4; Intra-murals 2,3; ROTC Drill Team 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN BARTON DIANE MARIE BASILE-FBLA 2; GAA 2; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Pep Club 4; Stu- dent Congress 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4 (Secy. 4); OEA 4. VICKIE L. BEAHRS-Pep Club 2,3,4. ERIC LEE BEARMAN-Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Sophomore Council 2: Senior Coun- cil 4; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4; Track 3 DOUGLAS R. BEATTY -Concert Band 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Boy ' s Glee Club 3; Senior Class President 4; Dance Band 3,4; Homecoming Court 4; Intra-murals 3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4 fPres. 4); Swing Choir 4. DIANA BENNETT-Atheneum Club 4; Senior Council 4; French Club 2; Ger- man Club 3,4; Herald 2,3,4 (Managing Editor 41; Science Club 4. ■■ MtmtikiLi. Ready Seniors face final year SHARON ANN BEUCHEL-FNC 2,3,4 IV-P 3), (Pres. 4); Pep Club 2,3,4; Red Cross Club 2,3 IV-P 3). JAMES STEPHEN BLA CKL IDGE-Foot- ball 2: Baseball 2; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. TRESA BLEKE SUSAN KAY BLISS-Senlor Council 4; GAA 2; Latin Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Y- Teens 4. DIN A BLIZNOFF-Y-Teens 3. GARY BLOSSER SAM BLOTKAMP RICK S. BODIE, JR. -Chess Club 3; Football 2; Intra-murals 2; Rifle Club 2, 3,4; Science Club 2; Track 2; Wrestling RICK L. BOESTER-Basketball 2; Boy ' s Glee Club 2; Chess Club 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Science Club 3,4. LUANN BOLLINGER-GAA 3,4; OEA 4; Pep Club 2; Y -Teens 4. PAMELA L YNN BONTA-Pep Club 4. KENNETH ALLEN BORCHERDING- Audio- Visual 4; Basketball 2; Boy ' s Boost- ter 4; Hi-Y 4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Sports- manship Council 4; ROTC Color Guard 3 STEVE BOUSE RICHARD BOYS-Baseball 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; FCA 4; Football 3; Hi-Y 4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Letter man ' s Club 4. KAREN SUE BRADTMUELLER VICTOR BRADTMUELLER Advancement dominates year «P CHERYL LYNNE BRALEY-GAA 2; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; OEA 4: Downer ' s Grove South High School, Downer ' s Grove, Illinois 2. MICHAEL E U C ENE BRANCEFIELD- Football 2,4; Intramurals 3; Letterman ' s Club 4; Track 2,4: Wrestling 2,4. JANET MARIE BREMER-FTA 3.4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Student Congress 2. MICHAEL RAY BRENTON- JAMES MICHAEL BREWER-Boy ' s Booster 3; Intra-murals 3,4; Sportsmanship Council 4. PETER J. BRINGMAN-Bov ' s Booster 2; Bowling Club 4. MARK ANDREW BRISTOW-Band 2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Dance Band 3,4; Track 2; FCA 3,4; ROTC Drill Team 4; " My Fair Lady " 4. MICHAEL EUGENE BROWN-Boy ' s Boos- ter 3,4; Junior Council 3; Hi-Y 4; Intra- murals 4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; NFL 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Sportsmanship Council 3,4; Student Congress 4 (Pres. 4); " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. STEVEN CRAIG BRUCE-Audio-Visual Club 3,4; Concert Band 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Football 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Track 2,3, 4. CHERYL LINDA BRUICK-FNC 2,3,4; (V- P4I; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. VINCENT LEONARD BUCHTMAN-Math Club 2,3; Rifle Club 2,3,4; NEIC Marksman- ship Trophy. BRIAN EDWARD BUCK-Chess Club 3; Bowling Club 3,4. NANCY ANN BUDDE-Class Council 4; FBLA 3,4 IV-P 41; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Pep Club 4; Sportsmanship Council 4; Y -Teens 3,4 (Pres. 4); OEA 4 (Treas. 4). MICHAEL BUSCHE JACK CAIN PA TRICIA CAIN-Girl ' s Glee Club 3,4; GAA 3,4; OEA 4 (Treas. 4); Pep Club 2; Red Cross Club 4; Y -Teens 4. CHRISTOPHER LEE CALLAHAN-Concert Band 2,3,4; Dance Ba nd 2.3.4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4 {Pres. 4). CYNTHIA DIANA CAMPBELL-Junior Council 3; French Club 2,3; FTA 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; NFL 2.3.4; National Honor So- ciety 3.4; Pep Club 2,3.4; Science Club 2.3. JAMES CRAIG CAMPBELL-Concert Band 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; Rifle Club 3.4; ROTC Drill Team 3,4. CURTIS ALAN CARCIONE-lntra-murals 2. 3,4. DARRELL CARLSON-lntra-murals Z ' Bow- ling Club 4. R. MARK CARMIN-Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Intra-murals 2; Concert Choir 4; Varsity Choir 3. MARK CARPENTER-Football 2: Intra- murals 3,4. KA THLEEN ANN CARROLL-GAA 4: Pep Club 4. BETTY LOU CAUDLE-Pep Club 4: OEA 4. TONY L. CA YOT-Baseball2: Boy ' s Booster 4; Science Club 4; Student Manager 2: ROTC Drill Team 3,4. CRAIG CLAY CHANEY-Cross Country 2, 3: Letterman ' s Club 4; Track 2,3,4; FCA 3, KATHY CLARK RITCHIE CLARK-Basketball 2,3.4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Golf 2.3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4 ITreas. 4); FCA 3,4 ITreas. 4). MARK COATES JOHN A. COLEMAN JON COOPER-German Club 3,4. REYNOLDS S. COWARD CHA RL ES COX Concert Band 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3; Football 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Sportsman- ship Council 4. JEREMY CRAIG GENE CRANDALL r . HF JhB v s L B h h JB ■ 1-9 . ■ «Afiif| — H U mk R!TC ■ rur Pf JAMES CRI TELL-Concen Band 2,3.4; FTA 3: Fine Arts Club 2,3; Dance 3,4. DA VI D CROY-lntra-murals 4. ARLEY CRUM DEWAYNE CULBERTSON-Basketball 2; Intramurals 3,4; Bowling Club 3; Library 4. DA VID CUTRIGHT-Rifle Club 3. MARY CZECH SUSAN MARIE DAGER-Home Ec. Club 3; Pep Club 3. JAY E. DAILEY KAYE DAVIS-Chess Club 4; Y-Teens 4; GAA 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. ROBERT DAILEY DA VIS. JR. -Football 2, 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Hl-Y 4; Audio- Visual 2,3,4 IPres.j; Guidance Office 4; Library 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4 (Sergeant of Arms 41; Prom Court 3; Prom King 3; King Schmoo 3. ROBERT D. DA VIS-FBLA 3; Campus Life 3,4. LARR Y R. DEEDS-North Side High School 2; South Side High School 3. CINDI SUE DEITERING-Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Student Congress 2; Clinic 4; Sportsman- ship Council 2,3,4; (Secy. 41; Pep Club 2,3,4. JEANI DELLINGER LISA DENT-Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Mirage Business 2; Student Congress 3,4; FBLA 3: FTA 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Sportsmanship Council 4 ITreas. 41; Pep Club 2,3,4. DIANE DEREMER-Varisty Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; GAA 2; Pep Club 3,4. PU EVEN AY AllT B .-S5. IA « " Senior Seven " spark spirit DENISE DICKMEYER-South Side High School 2,3. MICHAEL DIEDRICH PAUL A. DIEHL-Cross Country 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4: FCA 3,4. DIANE DILLMAN-Girl ' s Glee 2.3,4: Sports- manship Council 4; Pep Club 2. LINDA S. DILLON-Science Club 2: FT A 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. JANIS K. DOTY-Bowling 3; Y -Teens 2,3,4; Science Club 2; Clinic 4. DAN EAKRIGHT-Football 2,3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Intra-murals 2; Sportsman- ship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; FCA 4. MARCIA A. EAKRIGHT-Cirl ' s Glee 4. JEFFERY A. EBY-lntra-murals 2; Bowling Club 3,4. JODY LANE ECKERT-Bowling 3 (Trees.); Y-Teens 3,4; Science Club 2; GAA 2. RICHARD EHINGER-lntra-murals 3,4; Ri- fle Club 3;Sportsmanship Council 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Boy ' s Glee Club 3,4; Central Catholic High School 2. DENISE ELIZROTH-Pep Club 3. DAVID W. EMENHISER-Football 2,3.4; Baseball 3; Track 2; Intra-murals 2,4; Boy ' s Booster 2. GLENN ALAN EMLEY-NFL 2.3,4;Student Congress 3; Sophomore Council 2; Science Club 2,3,4 (Secy. 41; National Merit Semi- finalist; Senior Council 4. SANDY ERNST-Concert Band 2,3.4; NFL 2.3,4; Student Congress 2,3; Junior Council 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2; Sportsmanship Council 4; Pep Club 4; Debate 2.3.4; " Brigadoon " 3. PATRICIA J. ERPELDING-FNC 2; Pep Club 3.4. PHIL EVARD-Football 4; Basketball 4; Track 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3. KEN FILLER-Rifle Club 3,4 IV-P 4j; Bish- op L uers High School 2. SUE FINN-Concert Choir 4; FTA 4; Fine Arts Club 4; Latin Club 4; Pep Club 4; Snider High School 2; Northside High School 2; Clearwater High School, Clearwater, Flor- ida 3. BRADD W. G. FISHER-Football 3; Base- ball 2,3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; French Club 2; Boy ' s Booster 2.3.4; Letterman ' s Club 3.4. Seniors combat college boards LARRY G. FITZGERALD ' Cross Coun- try 2: Track 2. BARB FOERSTER-Bowling 3 (Secy. 31; Girl ' s Glee Club 3; Y-Teens 2,3,4: French Club 2: GAA 2. NANCY E. F R T M A N-Y-Teens 4; FBLA 2,4: FNC 2: Home Ec Club 3,4. RALPH FORTRIEDE m d M EDWARD F. F O S S-Football 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4: Audio- Visual Club 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Coun- cil 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Letter- man ' s Club 2,3,4. SUSAN ELAINE FOX-Concert Band 2, 3,4; NFL 3: Fine Arts Club 2. RICK FRANCE JUDY FRANKS-FBLA 3,4. KENDRA FRASER-Concert Band 2, 3,4; Science Club 3; FNC 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2, 3,4; Latin Club 2. MIKE FREDERICK NAN FRIEDLEY-Concert Band 2,3,4; Majorettes 2,3,4 (Twirling Captain); NFL 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 3,4; OEA 4; Fine Arts Club 2. TERRY D. FRY-lntra-murals 2,4. RONALD FURNISS-Boy ' s Booster 3. 4; Student Manager 3: FCA 3,4. CHUCK GARBER-Hi-Y 4. LYNDA SUE GARDINER-Girl ' s Glee Oub 3,4; Clinic 4; Pep Club 2; " My Fair Lady " 4. RUTH GARREN-Y-Teens4;Pep Club 4. NANCY J. CASKILL TERESA GATTON -Herald 2 (reporter), 3 (page 3 editor), 4 (page 2 editor): FTA 2: National Honor Society 3,4: French Club 2: Pep Club 3,4: Quill and Scroll 3,4. DANIEL JAY GIBSON-Golf 3: Audio- Visual Club 2,3,4 (Secy.-Treas.l: French Club 3,4 (Pres. 4): Boy ' s Booster 4: ROTC Drill Team 3,4. JIM GILLENWATER-lntra-murals 2,3, 4: Rifle Club 4: Sportsmanship Coun- cil 3,4. GEORGE GILLEY-lntra-murals 4: Hi- Y 4: Math Club 4: Boy ' s Booster 4. KATHY GILLIAN-Mirage Editorial 4: Mirage Business 3: Latin Club 4. KAREN GIRARDOT-Girl ' s Glee Club 4: Y-Teens 3,4: FBLA 3: Pep Club 2,3,4: Sportsmanship Council 4: OEA 4 (Pres. 4). GARY GLADIEUX-lntra-murals 2.3,4. JERRY A. GLENDENING-lntra-murals 4: Concert Choir 4: Boy ' s Booster 4. STEPHEN GLENN-Cross Country 2: German Club 3,4. ORLANDO PABLO GONZALEZ-Base- ball 2,3,4: Concert Band 2,3,4: Let- terman ' s Club 4. KIM MICHAEL GOODIN-Football 2: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Intra-murals 2,3,4: Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. DONNA SUE GOWEN-FBLA 3. DENNY GRABLE-Football 2, Basket- ball 2: Central High School 2,3. ALAN M. GRABNER-Mirage Business 2: Rifle Club 2. KATHY GRAHAM GREGORY L. GREMAUX-lntra-murals 2: Bowling Club 3: Boy ' s Booster 4. WESLEY JAMES GROSTEFON-lntra- murals 2,4: Student Congress 2: Latin Oub 2,4. CLAUDIA E. GRUBB-Mirage Business 3: Junior Council 3: Vision II 2: Fine Arts Club 4: Latin Club 2,3,4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Senior Council 4: " Brigadoon " 3: " My Fair Lady " 4. JUNE GUILLAUME-Concert Choir 4: Girl ' s Glee Club 2: Y-Teens 4: Fine Arts Oub 4: Pep Club 2,4: Sportsmanship Council 4. KATHY SUE GUMBERT-Clinic 4: Li- brary 4. DAVE HAKE PAUL EUGENE HAMBROCK-Science Oub 4: ROTC Drill Team. SUSAN HARCLERODE-Pep Club 3; South Side High School 2. VIRGINIA DIANE HART-Girl ' s Glee Oub 2; Science Club 2; FT A 2.4: Latin Club 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 2: Pep Club 2,3,4. JAMES HARTER-Baseball 3,4; Intra- murals 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. CAROLYN R. HASTY-Concert Band 2,3,4; FBLA 3; Fine Arts Club 2; GAA 2. DEBORAH HECKMAN BARBARA LOU HEGE-Y-Teens 3,4; Mirage Business 4; Herald 3,4; Student Congress 3,4; Sophomore Council 2; FTA 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4 (Secy. 4); GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. BEVERLY KAY HEGE-Y-Teens 3,4; Mirage Business 4; Herald 3,4 (Circula- tion Manager): Student Congress 2,3,4: FTA 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Latin Club 2,3,4 (Secy.); GAA 2; Pep Oub 2,3,4. CHARLES HEINE-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math Club 4; Boy ' s Booster 4. SUSAN RUTH HEINE-Concert Choir 4; Varsity Choir 3: Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Mas- que and Gavel 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. GARY HELMKE-Science Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 4; Atheneum 3,4. JANET MAY HENDERSON- French Oub 3; National Math Association Award 3 SUE HENDRICKS0N-Clinic4;Pep Club 2. PATRICIA GAIL HILL-Science Club 2; Library 4. BOB HIMELSTEIN-Basketball 2,3; In- tra-murals 2,3,4; Bowling Club 4; Golf 4; Boy ' s Booster 4. SUZANNE CAROL HINRICHS-Y-Teens 3,4; OEA 3,4; Home Ec. Club 4; Sports- manship Council 4; Pep Club 4. DEAN S. HIRSCHY-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4 (Sergeant at Arms 4); Student Congress 4; Math Club 2; French Club 2,3,4 (Sergeant at Arms 3); Sportsman- ship Council 4 (Sergeant at Arms 41; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. KERRY HOEPPNER-Cross Country 2, 3,4; Track 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; FCA 3,4 (Vice Chairman 3, Pres. 4); Sports- manship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Lettermens ' Club 2,3,4 (V-P 4). KnoAvledge . . . key to success LARRY HOLCOMB-lntra-murals 2.3.4- CINDY HORMANN-Girl ' s Glee Club 3. 4; Y -Teens 4. BECDY HOVIS-Library 4. ROSE MARIE HOWER-FTA 3.4; Home Ec. Club 2.3.4 (V-P 3. Pres 4); Latin Club 2.3.4; Sportsmanship Council 2.3, 4; GAA 3; Pep Club 2.4. HERBERT HUGHES RODNEY HULL -Basketball 4. CATHERINE A. HUMMEL-OEA 3.4 (Historian); FBLA 2; Home Ec. Club 4; Guidance Office 3.4. BONNIE ELISE HUNNINGS-Concert Band 2.3.4; Sophomore Council 2; Ju- nior Council 3; FTA 2,3,4 (treas.l; Fine Arts Club 2,4; Pom-pom 3.4. PATRICE ANN HUNSBERGER STEVEN L. JACKSON-lntra-murals 2; NFL 2,3,4; (Pres. 41; Science Club 2.3, 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Chess Club 2.3.4 (Pres. 4); Debate 2.3.4. DONALD P. JACOBS-lntra-murals 4; Hi-Y 4; German Club 3.4; Boy ' s Booster 4. STAN JACQUA Y-Football 2,3,4; Wres- tling 3.4; FCA 3,4; Sportsmanship Coun- cil 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3.4; Letterman ' s Club 3.4. PAUL RICHARD JAESSING-Cross Country 2; Concert Choir 2.3.4; NFL 2.3.4; Student Congress 3; Sophomore Council 2; Science Club 2,3.4; (Secy. 3. V-P 4); National Honor Society 3.4; Fine Arts Club 2.3.4; German Club 2,3.4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Debate 3,4; National Merit Letter of Commendation. PA TRICIA LEE JANSO N-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; Y-Teens 4; Mirage Editorial 3,4 (Business Manager 4); Sophomore Council 2; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4 ITreas. 31; Sportsmanship Council 4; Pep Club 2,3, 4; Student Congress 4. BARBARA ANNE JENNINCS-French Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. CONSTANCE M. JETT-Llbrary 4. 1 k hdfh Term papers demand research NOEL JOHNSON-Herald4: Chess Club 2,3. 4: Boy ' s Booster 4; Science Club 2,3,4. ROBERT JONES-Concert Band 2,3.4; Sci- ence Club 4: German Club 2,3,4: Dance Band 4. SHARON JONES JAMES W. KART-Football 2; NFL 2,3,4: Chess Club 2,3,4; Debate 2,3,4. NICK KEIRN-NFL 2,4; Herald 3; Student Congress 2; Chess Club 2. JAMES OWEN KELTY-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4 IPres. 41; Latin Club 2; Library 4; Sportsmanship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3, 4; Boy ' s State Alternate. RICK KENNELL-Hi-Y 2,3; Herald 3; Elm- hurst High School 2,3. LARRY D. KETZLER-lntra-murals 2.3,4; Bowlmg Club 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4. RICHARD KING STEPHEN M. KIR BY RICHARD DENNIS KIRK-ConcertChoir2, 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4 (Business Manager 4); " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. DAVID KLEMM KATHLEEN JOYCE KLENKE-Mirage Edi- torial 4 I Ad Manager 41; Mirage Business 2,3; Herald 4 I Ad Manager 41; Home Ec. Club 2, 3.4 (Treas. 41; GAA 2; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. MARK KLEPPINGER-Baseball 2,3,4; Intra- murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4. CHERYL LEE KNOX-Y -Teens 2; Mirage Business 2; Herald 3 (Ad Manager 31; French Club 2,4; Pep Club 2.4. COLLEEN KA Y KNOX-Concert Choir 3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Mirage Business 4; Vision III 3; French Club 3,4; GAA 2; Pep Club 3, 4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. GARY ALAN KOCH-Concert Band 2.3.4; Fine Arts Club 2; German Club 4. STEPHEN KOCH-Concert Band 2.3.4; Chess Club 2.3,4; Dance Band 2,3.4; Debate 2.3,4; Golf 2,3.4; Math Club 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; NFL 2,3,4; FCA 4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. DA VE KOESTER-lntra-murals 3,4;Concert Band 2,3; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Student Congress 3.4. B. FAYE KOSHEL-New Market High School. New Market. Ontario, Canada 2,3. JOHN KOOGLER RACHEL ELAINE KOONTZ-ConcenChoir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 3; NFL 2,3,4: Masque and Gavel 3,4; Y-Teens 2; Junior Council 3; Science Club 2,3.4 IPres. 41: FT A 4; National Honor Society 3,4: Fine Arts Club 3,4: Latin Club 2,3,4: GAA 2: Pep Club 2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4; Secretary Indiana Academy of Science 3,4; Indiana Girl Scientist of the Year 3; President Indiana Academy of Science 4. JAMES RUSSEL KRATZAT-Track 3,4; Intra-murals 4; Concert Band 3; Sportsman- ship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Reitz High School 2,3. DA VI D FRANK KUNDRED-Concert Band 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2. PATRICIA JOAN LADIG-Y-Teens 2; FNC 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,4; Pep Club 4; 1969 Honors Abroad Program. BETH ANN LAKE-Cirl ' s Glee Club 3,4; Junior Council 3; French Club 2; Clinic 4; Library 4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4 tV-P 4); Pep Club 2,3,4. GARY LAMBROFF-Football 4; Track 2, 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Sportsman- ship 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4. MICHAEL L. LANGLEY-Northside High School 2. DAN LANTZ-Concert Band 2,3,4; Library 4; Dance Band 2; " Brigadoon " 3. PENELOPE ANN LARSEN-French Club 3,4; GAA 2,4; Pep Club 3,4. MARY LARSON-FNC 2,3; National Honor Society 3.4; Math Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. PAMELA KAY LAWBURGH-Bowling 3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Home Ec. Club 3; GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; " My Fair Lady " 4. MIKE LAZENBY -Track 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; NFL 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Debate 2.4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. DA VE LAZZER -Intra-murals 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; German Club 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Bulldog Mascot 4. JANET LEAVEL -Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; Masque and Gavel 3; Student Congress 3; Sophomore Council 2; Junior Council 3; Latin Club 2; Clinic 4; GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. CATHY LEHMAN-Girl ' s Glee Club 4. i Determined to do good research and achieve that coveted " A " on her term paper is Senior Cathy Newhall. MIKE LEITER MARL ENE L EN TZ- Y- Teens 4; Mirage Edi- torial 4; Science Club 2; FT A 2,4; French Club 4: Latin Club 2,3,4; Library 4; Sports- manship Council 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; " My Fair Lady " 4. PA TRICIA LIEN-Girl ' s Glee Club 3.4; GAA 2. PAUL DOUGLAS LOHSE-Football 2,3.4; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Golf 3,4; Hi-Y 3.4; Stu- dent Congress 4; Sophomore Council 2; Junior Council 3; Audio-Visual Club 3,4; Sportsmanship Council 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4; Prom Court 3. GARY MICHAEL LONIS-Cross Country 2; Intra-murals 2.3.4; Golf 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4; Soph- omore Council 2; Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4; Science Club 3,4; Chess Club 3; Latin Club 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 3, 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 4; FCA 3,4. LINDA LOU LOTHAMER-Girl ' s Glee Club 4. MICHAEL DA VI D LOUGH-Concert Choir 2,3,4 (Librarian 3); Swing Choir 3,4; NFL 2; Fine Arts Club 2.3; French Club 2.3,4 IV-P 41; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. DEBORAH KAY LOVELY-Concert Choir 4; Varsity Choir 3; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; French Club 2,3; German Club 4; Pep Club 3,4. ALLISON LOWE RY -Concert Band 2,3,4; NFL 3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Sopho- more Council 2; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; Ger- man Club 2,3,4. DAVID LUCI US-Robinson High School. Tampa, Florida 2,3. JENNIFER LYNCH-Bowling Club 4; Y- Teens 2,3,4; Guidance Office 3; Clinic 4; Pep Club 2,3,4. PEGGY LYNCH-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; Y-Teens 3,4; Student Con- gress 2; FBLA 3,4; FT A 4; Latin Club 2,3,4 (consul 4); GAA 2; Pep Club 3,4. DONALD WA YNE McABEE CHARLENE McBRI DE-Y-Teens 2. SHEILA McCAGUE DEBI McCRORY-Y-Teens 2; National Hon- or Society 3,4; L ibrary 4; GAA 2,3.4; OEA 4. Discussing with anticipation the possibilities of being ac- cepted as cadets at the United States Naval Academy at An- napolis are Seniors Steve Jack- son. John Shive, Paul Diehl and William Barlow. Upperclass gains perspective BOB McDEVITT-lntra-murals 4. DAVE McDOWELL-Football 2.3,4: Track 2,3,4: Wrestling 2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4: Audio-Visual Club 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4 (V-P 3, Pres. 41: Letterman ' s Club 3,4. MELANIE FRANCES McGUIRE-NFL 4: Latin Club 2,3,4 (Historian 41: Pep Club 4: " My Fair Lady " 4. GORDON McHENRY-Baseball 2: Intra- murals 2,3,4: Bowling 3,4. DAVID MclNTIRE-Concert Band 2,3,4: Latin Club 2: Fine Arts Club 2,3,4: ROTC Drill Team 3,4. RON McKEE JIM McLEESTER-lntra-murals 3,4: Boy ' s Booster 4. MIKE McMILLEN-Football 2,3,4: Track 2, 3: Wrestling 2,3: Concert Band 2,3,4: Dance Band 3,4. JAMES ROBERT McRAE-Baseball 3,4; Intra-murals 2,3,4: Concert Choir 2,3,4: Swing Choir 3,4: NFL 2,3,4: Masque and Gavel 2,3,4: Hi-Y 2,3,4: Student Congress 2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: Sopho- more Council 2: Vision III 3: Math Club 4: Fine Arts Club 2,3,4: Sportsmanship Coun- cil 4: Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Debate 2,3,4. DAVE MALONE-Rifle Club 2,3: German Club 2,3,4. LINDA MARHENKE JANET MARSHALL-Pom-Pom 4; Science Club 4; Pep Club 3; Math and Science Antard 3; Sullivan High School, Chicago. Illinois 2. DEBBIE MASON JOHN MATHIS-Baseball 2; Wrestling 3; Intra-murals 2,3,4; French Club 2; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. DEBRA LOUISE MATTICE-Mirage Edito- rial 4; (Underclass and Senior Editor 41; Vision IV 4. JERRY I. MAZOCK-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Golf 2; Hi-Y 4; Student Congress 4; Science Club 3; French Club 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4. TERRI MEADOWS-Science Club 2,3; Latin Club 2,3.4; GAA 2; Pep Club 2; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. KAREN SUE MELCHER-Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Junior Council 3: FBLA 2, 3, (Secy. 31: Pep Club 2,3,4 (Secy. 41. GEORGE DOUGLAS MEL TON-lntra-mur- als 2,3; Latin Club 2; Boy ' s Booster 3,4. LOREN MEL VIN-Boy ' s Booster 4; Indus- trial Arts Club 4. Draft lottery changes nothing Skeptically examining the validity of armed services re- cruiting posters is Senior Steve Bruce. M hJkm KATHRYN ELIZABETH MERCHANT- Girl ' s Glee Club 3,4; Herald 2,3,4 (Page 1 editor 3, Editor 4); Latin Club 2,3; Pep Club 3,4. BARB MERZ-Y-Teens 4; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. GRANT NEIL MESSMAN-Cross Coun- try 2; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4 IV-P 4); FCA 3,4. RUTH ANN MEYERS-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; French Club 2; GAA 2; Pep Club 2; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. JAMES F. MICHEL-Basketball 2; Track 2; Intra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2. PETE MIREAU-Chess Club 3,4. MICHAEL MINGLIN-Concert Band 2, 3,4; Drum Major 3,4; Senior Council 4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; Dance Band 2,3,4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. PAUL MICHAEL MIREK-Boy ' s Boost- er 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2; Student Man- ager 2. MICHAEL W. MOENNIG-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Bowling Club 3; Concert Choir 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Boy ' s Glee Club 2; Science Club 3. TOM MOHR-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Indus- trial Arts Club 3. PA TTI JO MONTAGUE-Girl ' s Glee Club 4. TRUDY LOUISE MOORE VICKIE L YNN MORRIS-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 3; Student Congress 3,4; OEA 3,4; Campus Life 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4. LOHA MURPHY-Guidance Office 2; Library 4; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 4. VIRGINIA I. MURUA-Concert Band 2. 3,4; Majorette 4; Y-Teens 2. MARCIA MYERS-FTA 3,4; Fine Arts Club 3,4; German Club 2,3,4. MICHAEL D. MYERS-Baseball 3,4; In- tra-murals 2,3,4; Golf 2; NFL 2,3,4; HI- Y 4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Debate 2,3; Let- termen ' s Club 4; FCA 3,4. LARRY MYNETT BARBARA ANN NAU-Central Catholic High School 2,3. RON NEUENSCHWANDER-Concert Choir 2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; Junior Coun- cil 3; Science Club 4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. TOM F. NEUSIIS-lntra-murls 2,3,4; Hl-Y 3,4 (Secy-Treas. 41; Library 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3. PATRICIA ANN NEWMAN-FBLA 4; Home Ec. Club 3,4; Library 4; Atheneum aub4. CATHY NEWHALL-Glrl ' s Glee Club 2; Y-Teens 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Sports- manship Council 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Se- nior Council 4. MARY ELLEN NICHTER-Concert Choir 4; French Club 3,4; Girl ' s Glee 2,3; Fine Arts Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4. JAN ELIZABETH NIENO-FTA 2,3,4; French 2,3; Sportsmanship Council 4; Pep Club 2,3,4. ED NIX-Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3, 4; Track 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4. RUSSELL K. NOBLE, JR. -Audio-Visual Club 3,4. MARILYN J. NULF-Home Ec. Club 4; Atheneum Club 3,4; Library 4; Pep Club 3,4. JAMES V. NUTTLE-Track 2; Intra- murals 2,3. NANCY A. NUTTLE-Cllnic 4. GEORGIA LEE ODUM-Science Club 3, 4; FBLA 3,4; Atheneum 4; Library 4; GAA 2,3,4; Pep Club 3; Photography Club 3,4. JANET OETTING TED WALTER OETTING- Intra-murals 4; Concert Choir 4; Masque and Gavel 2,3; Mirage Business 2; French Club 4; Sportsmanship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. DAN OSBORN-lntra-murals 4. MARGIE OSBORN-Glrl ' s Glee Club 3, 4; GAA 2; Pep Club 3. STEVEN MICHAEL OTT-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. JUDY A. OVERHOLT-Mirage Editorial 2,3, (assistant Editor 3): Herald 2; Soph- omore Council 2: National Honor Society 3,4; Home Ec. Club 3; Latin Club 2,3; OEA 3,4 (Parliamentarian 4). MARTIN PARKER-Boy ' s Booster 4. ROSE PARKER-Library 4; Pep Club 2. BR EN DA L. PARSONS-Science Club 3, 4; Clinic 4; Pep Club 2. TONY PATTON -Football 2,3,4; Base- ball 2,4; Intra-murals 2; Hi-Y 4; Sports- manship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. CAROL A. PEARSON-Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Mirage Business 2; Junior Council 2; Junior Council 3; Sportsmanship Council 2.3,4 (Treas. 3, Pres. 41; Pep Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4. JUDITH ANN PENSINGER-Concert Choir 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; NFL 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Secy- Treas. 41; GAA 2,3 (Treas. 31; Pep Club 2; Executive Council 4; National Honor Representative; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. TRUDITH ANN PENSINGER-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; NFL 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4 (Treas. 4); Na- tional Honor Society 3,4 (V-P 4); GAA 2,3 (Secy. 31; Pep Club 2; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. JAMES RALPH PERRY GARY L. PETERSON-Football 2; Bas- ketball 2,3,4; Intra-murals 3,4; Sports- manship Council 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Letterman ' s Club 4. RICHARD M. PFEIFFER-Football2,3, 4; (Student Manager); Basketball 2,3,4 (Student Manager j ; Sportsmanship Coun- cil 4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4. MARY PFUNDSTEIN-Pep Club 3,4. DEL MARIE PIEBENGA-Girl ' s Glee Club 3.4. KAREN PHARR DEBORAH KAY POLLOCK-Mirage Bus- ness 3; Clinic 4. CHERYL ANN POTTER-Senior Coun- cil 4; Debate 4; FTA 3,4 (Pres. 4); GAA 2; Latin Club 2,4; Math Club 2,3; NFL 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2; Student Congress 4. Youth . . . light of the future Appearing on l M ' s " Youth Asks " with U.N. Minister from Israel, Jacob Barmore, are Seniors Glenn Emiey, Steve Koch, Nancy Shifley and Sandy Ernst. JOHN PRICE-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4. CHARLENE PRINE CHARLOTTE PURK VON G. PUTMAN-Wrestling 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4; Sportsmanship Council 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; FCA RUTH QUANDT-GAA 2,3,4 (Secy. 41; Pep Club 2,3,4, GREG RAA TZ VENUS RA TH-Mirage Business 3; FBLA 4; Home Ec. Club 3,4 (Secy. 41; OEA 3, 4; Pep Club 3,4. JIM RAUSH-Track 2. JAMES HOMER RAY-Concert Band 2, 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,4. LINDA REEVES-Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Y- Teens 4; Home Ec. Club 4; Math Club 4; Pep Club 4; Campus Life Club 2,3; Wood- Ian High School 2,3. JUDY REGISTER-Pep Club 2,3; Cot- tondale High School Cottondale, Florida 2. KATHIE REISING-Snyder High School 2. GLENNA KAY RENNECKER-Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Student Congress 2,3,4; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; German Club 2,3,4 (V-P 31; GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. SUE ANN RICHARDS-Y-Teens 3,4; FBLA 3,4; Home Ec. Club 2,3,4; Library 4; GAA 2. JANET RICHHART-Pep Club 2,3,4 ITreas. 2, Pres. 4); Sophomore Class Secy.-Treas.; Junior Class V-P; Senior Class Secy. Homecoming Court 2,4; Girl ' s State 3; Concert Choir 3,4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; " My Fair Lady " 4; Swing Choir 4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Student Congress 3,4; Executive Council 4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Latin Club 2,3; FTA 3,4; GAA 2,3. MARK A. RINGENBERG-Wrestling 2, 3,4; Intra-murals 4; Hi-Y 3,4 (chaplain 4); Student Congress 4; Latin Club 2; Boy ' s Booster 4; Homecoming Court Es- cort 4. Four years of teachers end CR S ROBERTS-Y-Teens 2.3: Home Ec. Club 3; Pep Club 2,3. KATHY ROBERTS-Home Ec. Club 4; Gui- dance Office 3; Clinic 4. DOUGLAS ROBINETTE- A,,estling 4: Bowl- ing Club 4: Rifle Club 2,3; Boy ' s Booster 4. PHIL ROBINSON-Hi-Y 2,3: Junior Council 3. JANE ROCKE-Concert Band 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2.3,4; French Club 2,3.4; Pep Club 2. VICKIE LYNN RODEMEYER-Clinic 4; GAA 2.3,4, iPres. 4); Pep Club 3,4; Execu- tive Council 4. SANDRA E. ROEMER-Pom-Pom 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2,3; Concert Choir 4; Masque and Gavel 3; Student Congress 2; Sophomore Council 2; Junior Council 3; Senior Council 4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; GAA 2,3; Sports- manship Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. STEVE ROPER-lntra-murals 3,4. ROSEANN RORICK-Science Club 4. TONY RORK MURIEL JOAN ROTH-Y-Teens 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Library 4; Pep Club 2,3,4. RONALD D. ROTH SUSAN KA THERINE ROWE-Concert Band 2,3,4; Home Ec. Club 4; Fine Arts Club 2; GAA 2; " My Fair Lady " 4. CONNIE RUDMAN-Concert Choir 3,4; NFL 2,3,4; GAA 2; Speedway High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 2. JANET RUGER-Y-Teens 2; OEA 3,4; Pep Club 2. SUSANN MARIE SAMS-Concert Band 2,3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Mirage Editorial 2,3,4 (Editor 41; Mirage Business 2,3; Herald 2; Science Club 2.3 (Secy. 21; FNC 2; Vision III 3; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Guidance Office 2; Dance Band 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. JONSAUERS-Cross Country 2,3,4; Basket- ball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3.4; Hi-Y 4; FCA 3,4; Sportsmanship Council 4; Boy ' s Booster 2, 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. PAMELA ANN SAYLOR-Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Vision III 3; Home Ec. Club 4; Library 4; Pep Club 2,3,4. GWEN SCHEELER-Y-Teens 2,3; Mirage Business 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Pep Club 3,4. LINDA SCHEIMANN-Y-Teens 2,3; FTA 3,4; Vision III 3; German Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. JANET LYNNE SCHMELING-Mirage Edi- torial 2: Mirage Business 2,3; Science Club 2; FTA 2: Vision III 3; Fine Arts Club 3; CAA 2,3; Pep Club 2. JILL SCHMIDT-Concert Band 2,3,4 (Secy. 2,3,41; Concert Choir 4; NFL 2.3,4 (Secy. 3); Masque and Gavel 2,3,4 (V-P 41; Student Congress 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4 (Pres. 41; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4 (V-P 2; Pres. 4); Latin Club 2,3,4; GAA 2; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. MICHAEL A. SCHNELKER-Science Club 2.3; FTA 3: Rifle Club 2,3; Chess Club 4; Social Studies Club 3,4 (Pres. 41. SHARY L. SCHRAM-OEA 4. WALT SCHROEDER-lntra-murals 2,3,4; Hi-Y 4; Executive Council 4; Math Club 3,4 (Pres. 4); German Club 2,3,4 (Pres. 41; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. PHILIP D. SCHWALM-Concert Choir 2,3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 4. KAREN A. SCHWEIGEL-Library 4; GAA 3; Pep Club 3,4. JERRY SEITZ LARRY SEITZ-ROTC Drill Team 3.4. CYNTHIA ANN SHAFER-Junior Council 3; FTA 2.3.4; Latin Club 2,3.4; Sportsman- ship Council 4; Pep Club 2.4. BRENDA SHAFFER-OEA 4 (V-P : French Club 2.3.4; GAA 2.3.4 (V-P 31; Pep Club 2. 3.4 (V-P 4). STE VE SHAPPELL -Intra-murals 4; Concert Choir 3.4; Boy ' s Booster 3.4; Boy ' s Glee Club 2. DENNY M. SHERON-Football 4; NFL 3.4; Herald 3.4; Science Club 4; Debate 3.4; Monongahela. Pennsylvania 2. NANCY SHIFLEY-Concert Band 3.4; Her- ald 3.4 (Page 2 editor 3, Page 1 editor 4); National Honor Society 3.4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Quill and Scroll 3.4; Central High School 2. JOHN SHIVE-Concert Band 2.3.4; Rifle Club 2.3.4 (Treas. 3; Pres. 4); Chess Club 2. 3.4 (V-P 31; Dance Band 2.3.4; Fine Arts Club 2.3.4 (V-P 4); " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. JOSEPH SHULL -Cross Country 2.3,4; De- bate 2.3.4; Intra-murals 3; Letterman ' s Club 2.3.4 (Secy. 3); Latin Club 3,4; NFL 2.3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; Student Con- gress 2.3.4; Track 2,3.4; FCA 3,4. Relief floods over Senior Orlando Gonzalez as he empties his locker of a year ' s accumulation of books and papers for the last time in his high school career. WILLIAM EDWARD SHUMAKER II- Football 2: Basketball 2,3,4: Baseball 2,3, 4; Intra-murals 3,4; Sportsmanship Coun- cil 2,3,4: Lettermen ' s Club 2,3,4. JOYCE ANN SIEGERS-Concert Choir 4: Varsity Choir 3; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Student Congress 3,4 (Secy. 4); Sopho- more Council 2; French Club 2,3; Cheer- leader 2,3,4; GAA 2; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Prom Court 3,4; Prom Queen 3; Track Queen 3; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. SUSA NKAY SIE VERS-Mirage Business 2; Herald 2; GAA 2,3; Pep Club 2,3.4. DA VE SNYDER-lntra-murals 2,4; Chess Club 4. JACQUELYN MARIE SNYDER-Con- cert Choir 4; Student Congress 3,4 ITreas. 3,4); National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Prom Court 3. LISA MARIE SNYDER-FBLA 3,4 (Secy. 3, Pres. 4); National Honor Society 3,4; French Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; OEA 3,4. KAREN SUE SODERQUIST-Y-Teens 2, 3,4; FBLA 3,4; Home Ec. Club 2,3,4; Clinic 4; Library 2. DIANE MARIE SOMERS-Clinic 4; Li- brary 4; GAA 3; Pep Club 3. ALLAN SOUTH-FTA 3; Social Studies Club 3,4 iV-P 4); German Club 2,3. PAM SPEARS CHARLES KELLER SPENCER-Sports- manship Council 4; Bowling 3. CINDY SPIETH-Concert Choir 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; NFL 2; FNC 2; Sportsmanship Council 4; " My Fair Lady " 4. VICTORIA SPIROU-Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Mirage Business 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4. JUD Y SPRIGGS- Y-Teens 3,4; Home Ec. Club 4. HAL SPRINGER-Baseball 2,3,4; Rifle Club 4. KEITH SQUI ER-Sportsmanship Council 4. Class of ' 70 achieves goals KEN SQUIER-Track 2, Intra-murals 2,4- TOM STAAK MARGIE STARK-Y-Teens 2; Junior Coun- cil 3; FTA 3,4: French Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. MARY STEARNS DEBORAH KA Y STEELE-Clinic 4. DAN STEVENS-Football 3: Intra-murals 2, 3; Science Club 4; Boy ' s Booster 2. MIKE STRATTON-Football 2,3,4; Wrest- ling 2,3,4; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4. L YNN STROBLE-Football 2.3; Track 2,3; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Congress 2,3,4 (V-P 3, Representative at Large 41; Junior Council 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Sportsmanship Council 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4; Junior Rotarian. PAUL STROUTS-Herald 3,4; Bishop Luers 2 SUE SUTTON-Clinic 4; Pep Club 4. DIANE LORENE SWAIN-FNC 4; Home Ec. Club 3,4; Atheneum Club 4; Clinic 4; Library 4. RAND Y SWANK-Concert Choir 2,3,4 (Pres. 41; Debate 2,4; Hi-Y 2,3; Latin Club 2; Fine Arts Club 2; NFL 2,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; " Brigadoon " 3: " My Fair Lady " 4. RA-NELLE TALLEY-Varsity Choir 3; Girl ' s Glee Club 4; Guidance Office 2,3. DA VE L. TATRO-Concert Band 2,3; Con- cert Choir 3,4; Swing Choir 4; Hi-Y 2; Latin Club 2. KATHY TAYLOR-Student Congress 3,4; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Senior Class Trea- surer 4; Fine Arts Club 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,4; Homecoming Court 3; Prom Court 3. RON TERNET-Concert Choir 4; Science Club 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Student Manager 3,4. CHERYL LYNN THOMPSON-Sophomore Council 2; OEA 3; (Secy. 3); FBLA 3,4 (Treas. 4); National Honor 3,4; Guidance Office 3; Pep Club 2,3,4. DEBBIE KAY TILLEY-GAA 2; Pep Club 3. TRUDI G. TOPE-Concert Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 3; Library 4. KATHERINE ANN TOURIN-French Club 2,3,4; Herald 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2. Viewing diamonds in anticipation of a future purchase are Seniors Mark Carmin and Trudy Pensinger. BILL TROBAUGH KANDI TSETSE AL ULERY-Bowlmg 3,4; Central High School 2. EILEEN URICK-Home Ec. Club 4: GAA 4: Pep Club 3,4- IRENE URICK-Pep Club 4: GAA 4. MARK UTTERBACK-lntramurals 4. SANDRA MARIE VACHON-OEA 4. ROXANN KAE VALENTINE-Sports- manship Council 4. ROD VAN ZANT-lntra-murals 2: Bowl- ing Club 3 fPres. 3). JANE VERNARD LINDA ANN VINSON- Y-Teens 4; Home Ec. Club 4; Library 4; Clinic 4. BRENT EARL VIRTS DA VID WAIKEL-Bowling 3,4: Concert Choir 4: Science Club 2; French Club 3,4; Boy ' s Booster 4. GARY P. WALDRON-lntra-murals 2,3, 4; Concert Band 2,3: Masque and Gavel 2,3: Hi-Y 3,4: Rifle Club 2,3,4 (V-P 2); Fine Arts Club 2. TIMOTHY A. WERLING-Bowling Club 3 IV-P 31: Math Club 3: German Club 2, 3: Boy ' s Booster 2,3,4. DONALD GORDON WHARTON-Cross Country 3: Basketball 3,4: Baseball 2,3,4: Intra-murals 4: Mirage Editorial 3: Herald 4:Student Congress 2,3,4: Fine Arts Club 3,4: Sportsmanship Council 4: Boy ' s Booster 4: Lettermen ' s Club 4: FCA 3,4. SHIRLEY ROSEANN WHITE-Li brary 4; GAA 4: Pep Club 4. GARY WICHERN-South Side High School 2. LINDA S. WICK-Concert Band 2,3,4: FTA 2,3,4; Vision II 2; Fine Arts Club 2, 3,4; German Club 2,3.4 IV-P 4); Sports- manship Council 4; Pep Club 4; " Briga- doon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. GARY WIDENHOEFER-lntra-murals 2. 4; Boy ' s Booster 4. NILA WIETFELDT-GirlS Glee Club 4. KA THI KA Y WILLIAMS-Concert Band 2,3,4 (Librarian 2,3,41; Majorette 4; Con- cert Choir 4; NFL 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; Student Congress 2,3,4; Sophomore Class Vice President 2; Junior Class President 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Vision III 3; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4 IV-P 3); Latin Club 2,3,4; GAA 2,3; Sportsmanship Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. TERRY WILSON-Concert Band 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 2; French Club 2; Dance Band 3,4; OEA 4. JOYCE WINCHESTER-Library 4; GAA 3,4; Pep Club 4. JUDY WINGETT-Clinic 4; Jackson High School, Jacksonville, Arkansas 2,3. REX WISE ROBERT DALE WITTE DALE E. WALCOTT- " Brigadoon " 3. BECKY WOLF-Concert Band 2,3,4 (Li- brarian 2,3,4); Majorette 3,4; NFL 3,4. Masque and Gavel 2,3,4 (Secy. 41; Ju. Council 3; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4 (Treas. 41: Latin Club 2,3,4. STEVEN DALE WYMAN-Student Man- ager 2,3,4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4; Bas- ketball 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 2, 3,4. DALE ZENT HARR Y C. ZIMMERMAN-Science Club 4; Chess Club 3.4; Social Studies Club 4; German Club 4. TAMARA JANE ZIMMERMAN-Concert Choir 3.4 IV-P 4); Swing Choir 4; Girl ' s Glee Club 2; Student Congress 3.4; Junior Class Secretary 3; Fine Arts Club 3; Latin Club 2,3,4 (Consul 4); GAA 2,3; Sports- manship Council 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; " My Fair Lady " 4; Girl ' s State 3. CINDIE L. ZOLLINGER-FBLA 3,4; Home Ec. Club 2; Latin Club 2; GAA 2,3. KEITH ZUBER BRENDA KAY ZURCHER-Concert Choir 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Girl ' s Glee 2; Sophomore Council 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Fine Arts Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3,4; " Brigadoon " 3; " My Fair Lady " 4. » ' fj( ' i., .- •■ . ■ t if I i t ' Varied activities typify year Juniors capture starring roles Juniors returned to school in the fall of 1969 to find themselves one step higher on the ladder of edu- cational success. Their lives soon settled into a routine of taking tests, writing themes, and attending extra- curricular activities. The " middle-men " reached to new heights of suc- cess by capturing the leads in the all school production of " My Fair Lady " and the Masque and Gavel three- act " If a Man Answers. " Various tests took up ' 71 ' ers time. They were kept busy with the PSAT in October, the Iowa Achieve- ment Tests in November, and the SAT in May. As always a hard year of preparation, financing, and producing was climaxed by the Junior prom which was held at the Scottish Rite in May. Exhibiting fun-loving spirit and artistic ability are Junior offi- cers: Rosie Chapman (Secy. I, Kay Sorg (V-PI, Grant Wylie (PresJ, and Jan Schmidt (TreasJ. Juniors exhibited much enthusiasm and spirit while building their float, " Tear ' Em Up " , which won third place in the judging of class floats. One of the newest additions to New Haven ' s clean-up project is carefully examined by Junior Council members: P. Niccum, L. Cockrum, S. Trulock, D. Hill, L. Flora, M. Johnson, S. Sievers, M. Weigand, S. Bowers, C. May, L. Harper, G. Kruse, B. Robinson, K. Kokinakis, S. Boese, M. Alber, and D. Andersen. Juniors mature and gain status In order to achieve good grade averages in ttieir required U.S. history course. Juniors Bobbi Voirol and Harry Quandt do some vital last minute cramming. Mike Alber Roy Allen Debra Allgood Steve Ambrosini Anne Ames Dar ene Ammerman Christine Anders David Andersen Ken A nger Tina Anmeiler Doug Archbold Melanie Armstrong Robert A schliman Jean A ugenstein Jerry A very Linda Baatz Terry Baatz Bruce Back of en Sharon Bade Dona Bahler Karen Bair Lana Baker Gary Bandalier Luane Barnes Mike Barrientos Mark Bartels Ramona Barwiler Cheri Bauer Debbie Beaver Stacy Beavers Jeff Becker Patty Beckman Donna Bendel Richard Bendele Alan Bender Jan Benjamin Judy Benner Randall Bertsch Michael Beuchel Lynn Beuscher Sue Bignell M. D. Bivens Linda Blair Terry Bland Rich ard Blossom Sandy Boese Bruce Bogner Charles Bohrer Jodi Bojrab Sharon Bowers Jim Boyer Victor Bracht Steve Bradshaw Vicki Brancfield Nancy Brandt Doug Braun John Bremer Jan Brennan Tim Briggs Dennis Brincefield Cinda Briner Mike Brock Sandra Brockman Debbie Brockway Ruth Brohy Pam Brown Kelvin Brubaker Ned Buckmaster Janet Bultemeier Linda Burczak Diane Burkett Keith Bute Ron Chamberlain Paul Chaney Rosie Chapman Karen Charleston Dave Chenerom Wanda Childress Mike Chovan Jerome Christman Steve Clause Christina Clem Ken Clymet David Coats Linda Cockrum Kathy Colderbank Ron Comito Wayne Connelly Mike Connin Victor Cozma Bill Craft Bob Crain Dale Criswell Scott Couch Larry Culp Julie Dagget Rex Dailey Kay Da vies Steven Davis Connie Dawson Phyliss DeBender Joe Denis Doris Denny Tim Dettmer Ronita De Vaux Dolph Dickmeyer April Diehm Jackie Doell Dan Dohm Aline Doty Karia Doty Mike Draper Chuck Drewery Jeff Drummond Jay Edgar Gerry Edwards Jenny Eifrid Cheryl Ellenberger Karen Ellis Carol Endres intent on beating the end of semester rush. Senior Kenneth Squier changes his schedule with the assistance of Director of Guidance Paul Goeglein. Howard Ericson Theresa Erpelding Steven Everson Stephen Farrier Gregg Feiertag Teri Felger Jan Ferguson Carmeh ' ta Finchum James P. Fisher Sandra Fleckenstein Linda Flora Jan Foltz Larry L. Ford Jim Fox Kevin S. Fox Sharon Fox Joyce M. Franklin Jim Frederick Sandy Frederick Jerry Fuhrmann Debbie Fullerton Peggy Gable John Gage Gerry Gaskill Carol Gear Mark George John Gerke Gaylene Gerrard Al Gillespie Kevin Giant Carol Gick Dennis L. Gick Bill Gillenv ater David Gillenwater Darvin Girardot Tim Girardot David Gladieux Anne Glenn Bill Glover Debbie Graft Doloris Graus Richard Gray less Chuck Greenwood Beth Gregg Nancy Grider Judy Grossman Eunice Grostefon Paula Groves James Guillow Randy Hall Glenn Hallberg Beverly Hammond Frank Hanke Debbie Henley Mike Han ley Wayne Hannah Susan Ham Lisa Harper Phil Hartmann John Hartwig Carol Harvey Ann Ha vert Jane Hayes Mike Haynes Juniors Steve Ambrosini and Will Velez take an evening off from finals for a billiard tournament. Juniors plan annual events The mysteries of mechanical engineering completely baffle Juniors Melanie Armstrong and Dona Bahler. Stan Haynes Gary Hazlett Dan Headlee Bill Heemsoth Ken Heimann Brenda Hendrickson Carl Hendrickson David Hill Pat Hill John Hirschy Howard Hitzemann Donald Hoagland Rex Hockemeyer Debbie Holocher Steve Holt John Foy Hoppe Julie Hormann Steve Hormann Gaylord Howe Bill Howell Joyce Howell Marilyn Huffman Joe Hunnicutt Joe Hunt Diane Jackson John Jacquay Mary Jenkins Paula Jett David Johnson Jay Johnson Marga Lynn Johnson Mark Johnson Randy Johnson Ken Johnston Elaine Jones Sandy Joslin Jerry Judt Paula Kage Jeff Kane Chuck Karrick Donald Kawiecki Steve Kay lor Diane Kearns Tammy Keener Linda Keller Kris Kelley Kathy Kelly Karen Kennedy Kathy Kennedy Kathy Kerr Sylvia Kite Marcia Klopfenstein Mary Klopfenstein Bob Klotz Jean Koch Ken Kokinakis Tests determine academic future Neither rain nor snow . . . can keep industrious junior Bobbi Voiroi from mailing that very important letter. Norma Kopper Deborah Korte Martin Kristy Gwen Kruse Dawn Kuhne Mike Kumfer Pat Kunneman Vicki La Fever Jim Lahr Susan Lane Diane Langley Kathy Lantz John Larsen Pam Lawrence Ruth LeBrecht Kathy Leed Nancy Lepper Linda Lewis Larry Long Jerry Lopshire Dee Louraine Sandy L ynch Debbie McBride Earl McClain Gary McClellan Janet McCrea Ben McDonnell Bob Mcllveen Patricia McKee Caria Marlow Bob Marshall Bob Martin Mary Martin Kevin Mattingly Chris Mattucks Cindy Matuska Clark May Mardene Meddock John Mehalechko David Menze Mary Menzie Jeanette Merz Debra Meyer Robin Meyer Becky Miller Mike Miller Marty Moord Tim Moore Vicki Mohr Larry Monroe Jackie Montague Karen Morris Georgianne Morrison Janet Moyer Sherrie Moyer Pam Murnan Mark Murphy Robert Muth Debby Nau Debbie Neff Kim Netherland Leo yib ick Paul Niccum Rick Nichter Steve Niamey er Vicki Niemeyer Gerald Nuttle Garry Oak man Joseph Oberlin Diane Getting Richard Getting Val Gliver Paul Grtlieb Mark Gsborn Terry Gsborn Cheryl Overholt Diane Pemberton Ann Perkins Connie Perrine Gen e Place Mike Pollock Ray Pollock Terry Porter James Potter Mark Puff Fred Pyle Harrold Quandt James Quandt Nancy Raatz Chuck Ramsey Brenda Regenold Cindy Rehm Diane Rehm Dean Reinking Dennis Reinking Sue Reinking Nancy Richmond Jim Ringenberg Geoff Robison Becky Robinson Ora Robinson Ann Rocke Jack Rochyby Renee Rodenbeck Greg Roe Judy Rogers Rhonda Romanowski Kathi Rondot Dean Roney Eric Roos Mike Rorick Paul Rose Mark Rosswurm Linda Ruger Diane Rulka Bob Rutledge Denise Salisbury Ann Baylor John Baylor Tom Baylor Enjoying one of the favorite winter sports of today are Junior Glenn Hallberg and Senior Bob Stewart, " ' • C l Prom climaxes eventful year Signs, bedsprings, outhouses and part of a barn which were collected by the Juniors contributed to the wood which burned brightly on the eve of Homecoming. Pam Schii Janet Schmidt Melanie Schneider Kama Scholle Debbie Schwartz James Sexton Diana Shearer Mark Shepler Gary Sherman Jeanine Shirk Nancy Shive Tim Shriner Rhonda Siegers Sandy Si e vers lllene Silverman Paula Slagle Craig Smith Lynn Smith Randy Smith Steve Smock Michael Snyder Thomas Snyder Kay Sorg Carol Spade Cheryl Spangle Bob Spencer Steve Spohr Bev Springer Donna Springer Kathy Springer Connie Squier Janice Stalter Allen Steinman Al Stevens Jackie Stier Sharon Stoller Cathy Stone Susan Stumpf Jed Swaidner Lisa Switzer Mike Talbott Diane Taylor Leroy Taylor Jeff Teeple Jean Tews Kathy Thatcher Denny Thieme David Tholen Glenn Thornton Ron Thrasher Dennis Tinker Kent Tolliver Donald Torres Bill Tracey Oreon Trickey Sally Trulock David Trzynka Marilyn Trzynka Neva Turley Christine Tustison Lorinda Uhrick Steve Vachon Debbie Van Cleave Cheri Van Winkle Will Velez Susan VIdra Ann Voigt Bobbi Voirol Jean Voors Nancy Wacker Marilyn Wade David Wagner Cynthia Wales Steven Walsh Carol Warren Nancy Watkins Mark Weigand Ted Wells Marianne Werling Gigi Werner Marcia Westerfield Jane Westerick Sandra Westoskey Debbie Wheeler Clarice Whittaker Duane Widenhofer Rick Wilson Jan Winicker E. Jay Winzeler Cathy Woodward Grant Wylie Craig Yoder Michael Young Jackie Zobrosky Cynthia Zuver A common sight in south Fort Wayne is Junior Glenn Hall- berg being taken for a walk by his dog, Toby. One of the lucky ones who got a seat. Junior Terry Osborn stops for " the pause that refreshes. " Disillusioned Sophomores succeed Great expectations of a glamourous high school life, were quickly changed as the new group of sophomores came down to earth on their first day of the ' 69-70 school year. An exasperating difference exists between a junior high " top man " and a " lowlie " in high school. Adjustments that must be made are very involved. Schedule planning, class rotation, confusing room numbers, and adapting to new teaching methods all re- quire patience and stamina. Of course, youth quickly adjusted to new circum- stances, and the sophomores were soon in the middle of all the activities and bustle of high school life. After school activities cause vehicle problems for Sophomore officers: D. Roemer. D. Jury, and M. fi liller. Delighted by the first snowfall are Sophomore Council mem- bers: S. Wheeler, C. Kern, M. Schultheis, T. Stumpf, C. Ar- nold, C. Mai land, B. Critell, S. Hartwig. K. Nichter, and D. Butler. ' - " Lowlies " supply enthusiasm, spirit Sophomore Greg Poorman takes out a few minutes, while drying his hair to do some very important homewor . James Adams Miles Adams Bob Addison John Agee Ed Ahtersmeyer Pat ti Allen Steve Allman Susan Anderson Sue Armstrong Cynthia Arnold David Arter Jim Arter Janet Bade Sandy Bair Wendi Ballenberg Ted Bare Tom Bare Mike Barnes Brenda Batcher Teresa Batdorf Valerie Baumgartner Jane Bauserman Les Baxter Joni Bay Jennie Bearman Robert Bearman Sheree Behrendsen Jeff Bell Bev Bender Troy Benningan Nancy Berkhiser John Beuchel Becky Bivens Debbie Black Peggy Bleke Phyllis Bletzacker Susan Bodie Bev Boldt Dave Baling Scott Boling Pat Boys Larry Bradtmueller Donna Bremer Rick Bremer Kathy Brick er Merry Broughton Walter Brown John Bruick Sandy Bryan Helen Buchtman Le Roy Bure Tim Burgette Barbara Burnett Kevin Burns David Butler Debby Bu tt John Byers Jim By ram Dan Byrd Barbara Byroade Kevin Campbell Don Chambers John Chester Brian Chettenden Jim Cheviron Dick Clark Debbi Clem Joyce Clem Fritz Coburn Charles Coe Alan Cole Jim Courtney Greg Cowan Bill Critell Sheila Crouch Robert Cunningham Ron Dague Bev Davis Norma Dennis Gary Denton Gary Doan Rick Dommer Carol Douglas Imogene Draper Sandy Durnell Arthur Dutt Donna Edgell Dolores Ehinger Ken Ehinger David Ehrman Debra Eiden Gail Emiey John Essex Rebecca Farrier Terry Federspiel Cathy Fensler Randy Ferguson Ann Filosa Billie Fisher Karen Fleck Robert Fleeger Norm Fletcher Becky Forsythe Ruth Fox Mike Freise Bonnie Fritcha Cathy Gaff Colleen Gage JoA nne Gagnon Pamela Gantz Vera Garren Geoff Gatton Debbie Gavin Stella Gaels Syd Geels Art Gerke Sherry Gibson Bill Gick Mike Goodman Dave Goodwin Even Sophomores Gary Parker and Dave All- man know that salt from winter weather is harm- ful to cars. Vickie Gorrell Carolyn Grabach Dave Grahan Ricl Grant Ernie Greenwood Sue Griffiths Evelyn Griffin Ron Grostefon Brenda Groves Bob Grunden Kurt Guhn Michael Hagy John Halpin Rick Hanke Sue Hartwig Richard Haupert Stan Haynes Stanley Heine Rex Helton Jim Henry Jeri Hildebrandt George Hill Laurie Hill Karia Hinds Jill Hockemeyer Terry Hoeppner Janet Holsaple Gary Holt Randy Hormann Mike Huffman Sue Huffman Debby Jackson Connie Jacobs Judy James Donald Johnson Pa t Jones Shirley Jones Dan Jury Ram Kage Steve Kage Pat Kamp Jerry Kane Chuck K el ley David K enter Cheryl Kern Linda Kever Mary King Michael Kirkpatrick Dean Kiser Sylvia Kite Dennis Kline John Knuckles Dan Koch Kenny Krai ck Debra Lanning Dave Larsen Joan Larson Dana Lawson Ed Lazenby Steve Leed Lloyd Leininger Julie Leiter Pam Lehman Kem Lester Sophomores along with hundreds of Juniors and Seniors weekly make their way to John H. Young Stadium to enjoy an evening of cheering the bulldogs onto victory. Sophomores face schedule planning The second-prize winning Sophomore float entitled, " Giant of a Team, " proceeds down Green Street on its way to the John H. Young Stadium to be judged. Michelle L ink Bert L ipp Cynthia Lonergran Dan Lonis Bill Losher William Lucious Jeff Luster Jill McBride Joyce McBride Vickie McCrea Sue McHenry Maribeth Mel n tire Kevin McKenzie Toni McLaughlin Dennis McMillan Connie Mailand Kent Mailand Mike Marhenke Patricia Markley Walter Markley Mike Marks Donna Marlow Paul Marsden Shirley Marshall Cheryl Mason Daniel Matthews Bob Mattingly Mike Mayberry Mona Mehaffie Carol Meier Nancy Melcher Martha Mellon Rick Memmer Mary Menzie Billie Meredith Gary Messman Steve Mierau Lynda Miller Margie Miller Yvonne Miller Candyss Moellering Karen Monhollen Bill Moord David Moore Sheryl Moore Jim Morgan Ed Moser Rose Moyer Michael Murphy Pam Newman Carolyn Newton Daniel Nichter Karen Nichter Kayleen Niemeyer Shelba Noble Michael Nuttle Ring selection highlights year Sophomore Marsha Soderquist finds that through the wonders of electricity it is now possible to set her hair, even during an extremely short lunch hour. Pamela Oberlin Tom Oberlin Robert O ' Brien Denis O ' Bringer Donna Oetting Janet Olinger Jacquelme Osborn Rick Owens Harry Parent Gary Parker Linda Parker Mike Parker Peggy Patton Van Buren Perrine Debbie Perry Bev Peters Debby Place Bill Pond Gregg Poorman Cathy Porter Glanita Printup Bryan Quinn Judy Rausch Brian Reifsnider Jeff Reising Tim Replogle Cindy Revert Dave Richards Bill Richhart Mike Ringenberger Pam Roach Kent Robbins Dave Roemer Rochelle Romanowski Karen Roos Lynn Rosswurm Lupe Sanchez Rex Sauders Kim Scheeler Larry Schimes Robert Schoof Robert Schuam Mary Schulthies Cindy Schwalm Gayle Scott Linda Seeling Nancy Servos Kris Shaffer Lynn Shaffer David Shannon John Sharon Rita Shaul Kathy Sheets Steve Shifley Ray Sigurdson Charlene Smith Debra Smith Mark Smith Raymond Smith Kathy Snyder Steve Snyder Marsha Soderquist Marvin Sorg Cheryl Somers Jacqueline Spriggs Arlin Springer Kathy Sprmger Lloyd Springer Steve Stauffer Debra Steigerwald Steve Steinbacher Terry Stump! Aleta Sudmann Mark Summey Candace Sutton Jody Swaidner Jenny Switzer Peg Tanner Gloria Thompson Vivian Thompson Sharon Tinsley Debbie Tomlinson Randy Trammell Dixie Treace Robert Trout Charles Trowbridge Mark Trzynka Kay Ulery Jon Ulm Debbie Urschel Nancy Vess Bill Volk Lindy Waltz Ronald Wann William Warrick Ken Wass David Watts Sandy Wauer Charlene Weileman Ann Weisenburger Mark Wetzel Steve Wheeler Sue White Erna Wietfeldt Cindy Wigfield Jo Wilkins Deborah Willoughby Edward Winicker Sara Wise Donna Wolf Mark Younger Sally Zent John Zuber Dianna Zuver Exercising their athletic ability and championship form are sophomores Dana Lawson and Greg Poorman. Current bubble gum blower champion. Sophomore Nancy Vess is challenged by Sophomore Rick Dommer. P Sophomore Vera Garren knows all about the troubles of a stalled engine and a " frozen " telephone. Fl " l . ' Sophomore Vivian Thompson finds a quiet moment of soli- tude during the rush of semester ' s end. For Sophomores Nancy Melcher and Dan Nichter, selecting a class ring involves a major decision. DAN PURVIS DRUGS WE HAVE THE GIFT FOR THE GRADUATE N EXT TO MALOLEY ' S IN LIN COLN PLAZA New Havenites saw goods and services as pleasures or necessities. Advertising Manufacturers recognized teens as the current trend-setters in tfie commercial world and advertised to attract them. Supplemented with part-time jobs and allowances, teen-age consumers purchased the best possible mer- chandise for their money. T A H p A i D Sophomores Kevin Campbell and Ron Grostenfon watch intently as Norm ' s Point Service works on a car. Only a block from the High School, Gi- rardot ' s is always busy with reliable auto service. Stations promote safe driving Everyone at New Haven knows that without the helpof our friendly service stations it would be almost impossible to maintain such a hectic pace. Club ac- tivities don ' t stop for stalled engines and a flat tire is more than a disaster to a girl. Stations like GIRARDOT ' S TEXACO have served the students with dependable car maintenance for a long time. Located at 634 Broadway in New Haven and only a block from the school, it was Don Girardot who came to the rescue when a car ran out of gas in the ' 68 Homecoming Parade. But gas is by no means where his services stop. Expert service proves that you can truly trust your car to the man who wears the star. Call him at 749-8409. NORM ' S POINT MARATHON SERVICE, 445 Lincoln Highway West New Haven, is another ex- perienced local station. Offering efficient service as well as outstanding car up-keep. Norm or any one of his courteous staff is always ready and willing to serve you. Contact him at 749-9127. DICK ' S STANDARD STATION across from John Young Stadium on Highway 30 is a ready and reliable center for car care. Their responsible services promise customers not only a well running car but safer driving. Telephone him at 749-9780. Village Shoe store will fit any foot. Even Junior Jackie Doell ' s. Juniors Ram Schinnerer and Sharon Stoller Enjoy Delux Cleaner ' s fast service. Sally Trulock helps Dave Wagner pick out a sweater at Trulock ' s Men Store. Even Bulldogs need well-fit clothing. Denny Becker of Bennett ' s Clothing helps fit Dav Lazzer, New Haven ' s Vic the Bulldog. Local stores suit student body Good grooming is important at New Haven. Wliether you ' re wearing the latest in fashion or last year ' s scuffed loafers the stress is placed on individual- ity. Students chose clothing that suited their person- alities and individual needs. And above all neatness reigns supreme. BENNETT ' S CLOTHING, Lincoln Highway East, 749-8273, offers such an opportunity for young men. Responsible clerks are always on the job to help with selections and alterations. PENSINGER ' S JEWELRY STORE, 908 Main Street, has served the school and community for many years. They carry a large selection of rings and watches as well as class rings. Call them at 749-4315. DELUX CLEANERS, 919 Middle Street, offers fast and dependable dry cleaning service to students and their families. For professional cleaning call them Monday thru Saturday at 749-2918. VILLAGE SHOE STORE, 4343 South Anthony in Fort Wayne, carries a wide selection of name brand shoes. Located in Anthony Wayne Village call them at 745-3228. TRULOCK ' S MEN STORE, Southgate Plaza, offers the community quality clothing for men. A congenial and courteous staff is ever ready to serve you at 456-8181. V M SHOES, 501 Broadway, New Haven, offers a quality selection of shoes at reasonable prices. Serving the greater New Haven area, they can be contacted at 749-4463. Senior Jim Rae gets fast and courteous service as well as a new pair of shoes at the V M Shoe Store in New Haven. Judy and Trudy Pensinger are eager to set up displays in Pensinger ' s Jewelry Store. " i .TaRT ' - Ja GENERAL TRUCK SALES CORP. V mm r General Truck helps serve the needs of growing industry in the New Haven community. Sandy Bair gets expert help at Parnin Standard Station for a troubled engine. Randy Swank and Linda Cockrum prove there ' s spacious room in a Chevy trunk at McCormack Chevrolet dealer. B. F. Goodrich keeps the nation on while searching for new advancements. Looking over new cars can be fun at Jim Kelley Buick as Senior Rachel Koontz has found. GMC GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION PRUCKS r 4 Stores put NHHS on wheels Car and car maintenance play a major role at New Haven. Cars bridge a major gap between school and extra curricular activities. McCORMACK CHEVROLET, U. S. 30 East across from the High School in New Haven, has for many years served the area with a dependable Chevrolet and used car dealer. Contact one of their friendly salesmen at 749-51 28. PARNIN STANDARD STATION, 402 Broadway in New Haven, is always ready with professional mainte- nance service and can be contacted daily at 749-91 29. GENERALTRUCK, 5905 U.S. Highway 30, is fill- ing the needs of our communities growing industry as well as agriculture. Call them Monday thru Saturday at 749-5181. JIM KELLEY BUICK, 1819 South Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, carries a full line of Buicks. They are also the only Opel dealer in the Fort Wayne area. Call them at 456-1 211. B. F. GOODRICH COMPANY, U. S. Highway 24 East, hires local boys in the operation of their factory and can be reached at 749-51 1 1 . C h Michelle Link has found a wardrobe of fashionable shoes as well as courteous service at A-B Shoe Store. Joe Hunt plants a for sale sign on local real estate for Hunt Realty Inc. of New Haven. ' --r y ' J ' ' f--— ' 1 John Bremer clears the walk for customers at Bremer ' s Home and Garden Center. Jim McRae takes it easy to watch television on the couch rack in at Ruhl ' s Home Fu nishings on Broadway here in New Haven. Jan Winicker looks over Rudy ' s display for future homemakers. Reliable firms support school Reliability is important to students. They must be satisfied to the point that they will return again and again. Teenagers are first to recognize a phoney so a business must be sincere in order to gain their confidence. RUDY ' S HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES, 618 Broadway, offers sincerity. They show a true interest in each and every customer. Contact them at 749-2512. RUHL ' S HOME FURNISHINGS, 424 Broadway offers the community a large selection of home acces- sories. Call for interior decorating help at 749-4717. BREMER ' S HOME AND GARDEN STORE, State Road 14 East, carries every need in maintaining a love- ly home and lawn. Telephone them at 749-1156. HUNT REALTY INC., 622 Broadway New Haven, is an outstanding as well as courteous center for local realty problems or questions. Contact Don Hunt at 749-9397. A-B SHOE STORE, 718 Broadway in New Haven, is always concerned with proper fit when showing you the most up to date styles in footwear. Always at your service you can contact them Monday thru Fri- day by calling 749-8464. aS k i p ( H H J k TAa H rar . - H yl B ;i Km — I P — Ml a. hmks 1 p ' ' -, ■k TV w Tp l||,||||| P fl For expert service in realty, senior Kathy Klenke knows she can depend on Tom Walker of Walker ' s House of Photography sets up an advertising picture Dan Rhodes. with junior Ken Kokinakis. Junior Marie Anastasia has discovered that Murphy Insurance is the place Junior Marty Moord learns how Moon Printing sets up print for the ALLEN to go for quality coverage. COUNTY TIMES. Debbie Fullerton, junior, is a cooperative model for Robert ' s Studio. Business firms challenge youth Teenagers need a challenge to progress and local firms offer them this challenge. Whether it ' s a job op- portunity or the chance to prove themselves, business- men are always willing to add their part to the growth and development of individuals. DAN RHODES AGENCY, on Oxford across from McMillan Parl in Fort Wayne, offers reliable advice in insurance and realty service. MOON PRINTING, 621 Broadway in New Haven, serves our own New Haven Herald by printing the headlines and pictures which later appear in the semi- weekly addition. Call them at 749-9538. MURPHY INSURANCE at 626 Broadway in New Haven provides students with dependable information as to life and car insurance, both of which are of in- terest to high school students. This year two fine photography studios have served the student body. Often times their hard work goes unnoticed yet many times they have come to the res- cue of the Herald and the Mirage. ROBERT ' S STUDIO, 1014 Ewing Street in Fort Wayne, did this year ' s underclassmen pictures. This seemingly small task entails pictures of nearly one thousand students. WALKER ' S HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, 516 W. Washington in Fort Wayne, not only did senior pictures but also photographer Tom Walker took pictures at games, plays, special events and at countless other times when there was a demand for pictures. Truly the school owes him a great amount of thanks. m%:- , Mr. Van Kirk shows Dennis Sharon, sen or, a few of the things involved in buying land. Seniors Cheryl Knox and Bob Himmelstein enjoy ice cream from Dan Purvis. Many a New Haven couple has spent a Saturday evening at the Holiday Theatre. People ' s Trust and Savings Company is a modern bank to meet the needs of a modern society. I M Electric Company proudly serves the greater Fort Wayne area. iNDIANi ELECTI live b WSHitt ' Michigan T COMPANY er elecTrically Local shops provide break To a high school student it ' s important to be able to get away from it all. Whether it ' s by themselves or with the group, conversation can always be found at one of the many local hangouts. CONEY KING is one such a place. Only a block from the school, good food and good conversation are among its finer qualities. Now with five modern stores to serve you DAN PURVIS DRUGS, 785 Broadway, 749-1108 is also a place to meet with friends for conversation over a sandwich and a soft drink. Local companies are also important in the life of high school students. From local businesses student s learn the facts about starting a home and being able to make as an adult. VAN KIRK REALTY, 749-1147, 621 Broadway, is always ready to help students and their families with ex- pert advice in insurance and realty. Residents know they can always turn to them for help. INDIANA AND MICHIGAN ELECTRIC COM- PANY, 2101 Spyrun, 743-0331, is ever ready to serve the New Haven area. They provide reliable, efficient electrical service to their customers. PEOPLE ' S TRUST teaches students the impor- tance of saving. Call them at 743-0383. HOLIDAY THEATRE at Northcrest Shopping center provides entertainment for people of all ages. Steve Bouse, senior, is always willing and ready to back up Coney King ' s quality product, but he ' s even more willing to help eat it as he proves in this picture. Seniors Ahlersmeyer. Sue 57.59,91,102,130 Allen, Nancv 130 Ames. Georgia 1 1 1 Anasiasia, Pete 130 Anderson. Kay 130 Anderson. Pat 130 Ashenfelter, Jane 114.130 Ault. Jane 130 Ault. Robert 130 Baatz. Herb 22.130 Ban. Peggv 112.130 Bandaher. Judy 130 Berkley. Dan 130 Barlow. B.ll 92,1 10.130.1 ' »2 Banon, Pat 130 Basile, Diane 86,91,102,105,130 . Nai Beah . 113 i 130 ; 129,130 Bcatt " , Dcu9 17,57. 97.129,130 Bennett, Diana 34,130 BeucI .-1. Sharon 86.104.131 Blacklidge. Steve 131 Bleke, Tresa 131 BI.J. Sue 86.129,131 Bl.znoff, Dina 131 Bodie, R.ck 131 Boester, Rick 131 Bolinger, Luann 105,131 Bonta, Pam 131 Bcrcherding, Ken 131 Bouse. Steve 98. 131. 189 Boys. Richard 131 Bradtmuellet. Karen 131 Bradlmucller. Vic 53.131 Braley, Cheryl 103.114.132 , Mik 132 Brewer. James 132 Sringman, Pete 132 Bristow, Mark 57,108,132 Brown, Mike91.93,132 Bruce, Steve 132,144 Bruick, Cheryl 86,94,132 Buchtman, Vince 48,107,1 1 1,132 Buck, Brian 106,132 Budde, Nancy 85,102,105,109,129,132 Busche, Mike 132 Cain, Jack 132 Cain, Pal 103,132 Callahan, Chris 8,57,92,100,132 Campbell, Cindy 86,93,94,98,99,132 Campbell, Craig 107,132 Carcione, Curt 132 Carlson, Darrell 106.133 Carmin. Mark 133,152 Carpenter, Mark 133 Carroll, Kathy 133 Caudle. Betty 103.133 Cayot. Tony 133 Chaney. Craig 108.133 Clark. Kathy 133 . Ritchie 108,133 Coale , Mai 133 Coleman, John 133 Cooper. Jon 51,81,94,133 Coward, Reynolds 133 Cox, Charles 133 Craig, Jerry 133 Crandall, Gene 18,133 Critcll. Jim 59.129.134 Croy. Dave 134 Culbertson, Dewayne 134 Outright, Dave 134 Czech, Mary 134 Dager, Sue 134 Dailey, Jay 134 Davis, Kaye 134,147 Davis. Rob 22,108,128,134 Davis, Robert 134 Deeds, Larry 134 ring, Cmdi 102,134 Dell , 134 neye !135 Diedri Dichl. Paul 92.108.135,142 Dillman, Diane 86,135 Dillon, Linda 135 Doty. Jan 135 Eakright, Dan 31.108.109,135 Eakright, Marcia 135 Eby, Jefl 135 Eckert. Jody 47.103,135 Ehinger, Richard 135 Eltzroth, Denise 135 Emcnh.ser, Dave 135 Emiey, Glenn 110,111,129,135 147 Ernst, Sandy 86,90,91,92.109 135 147 Erpelding. Pat 86.135 Evard, Phil 135 Filler, Ken 107,135 Finn. Sue 86,135 Fisher, Bradd 135 Fitzgerald. Larry 136 Foerster. Barb 103.136 Fortman. Nancy 86.103.136 Fortriede. Ralph 136 Foss, Ed 136 Fox. Susan 15.57.59.136 France. Rick 136 Franks, Judy 136 Eraser, Kendra 8,57,21,136 Frederick, Mike 136 Friedley, Nan 59,97,102.136 Fry. Terry 136 Furn.ss. Ron 136 Garber. Chuck 136 Gardiner. Lynda 136 Garren, Ruth 86.103,136 Gaskill. Nancy 114.137 Gatton. Teresa 86.93.115.137 Gibson. Dan 95,137 Gillenwater, Jim 137 Glendening, Jerry 137 Glenn, Steve 137 Gonzalez, Orlando 57,137,149 Goodm. Kim 21.128.137 Gowen. Donna 137 Grable. Denny 137 Grabner. Alan 137 Graham. Kathy 47.103.137 Gremaux. Greg 137 Grostefon. Wes 93.94. 137 Grubb. Claudia 86.129.137 Guillaume. June 91.137 Gumbert. Kathy 138 Hake. Dave 48.138 Hambrock. Paul 110.138 Harclorode. Sue 138 Hart. Ginny 86.138 Harter. Jim 106,138 Hasty, Carol 57,138 , Ric 110 Heckman, Debbie 138 Hege, Barb 36,91,93,94,104,105,1 1 5,138 Hege, Bev 86,91,92,93,94,104,105,1 16,138 Heme! Susan 86,94.97,138 Helmke. Gary 98.1 10,138 Henderson. Janet 138 Hendrickson. Sue 138 Hill. Pat 138 Himelstein. Bob 106.128.138 Hinnchs. Suzanne 86. 102. 138 Hrrschy. Dean 108.138 Hoeppncr. Kerry 108.109.138 Holcomb. Larry 139 Hormann. Cindy 102.139 Hoyis. Becky 139 Hower. Rose 86. 104. 108. 11 2, 139 Hughei 139 , Robert 139 Hummel, Cathy 102,139 H.jnnings. Bonnie 57,59.104.129.139 Hunsberger. Pat 139 Jackson. Steve 41 .90,91 .92.98.99.1 39. 1 42 Jacobs, Don 139 Jacquay, Stan 50,108,139 Jaessing, Paul 18,110,111,136,139 Janson, Tnsh 86,1 15,139 Jennings, Barb 86,139 Jett, Connie 98,139 Johnson, Noel 140 Jones. Bob 118.140 Jones. Sharon 140 Kart. Jim 99.1 10.140 Keirn. Nick 140 Kelty. Jim 105.129.140 Kennell. Rick 140 Ketzler. Larry 140 King. Rick 140 Kirby. Steve 140 Kirk. Rick IS. 100.1 10.1 .140 Klei 140 Klenke. Kathy 112.115.140.186 Kleppingcr. Mark 108.140 Knox. Cheryl 86.140 Knox. Colleen 8.140 Koch, Gary 140 Koch, Steve 92, 108, 1 40, 1 47 Koester, Dave 140 Koshel, Faye 140 Koonce, Dan 108 Koogler, John 141 Koontz, Rachel 18,93.97,141,182 Kratzat, Jim 109,141 Kundred. Dave 141 Langly. Mike 141 Lantz. Dan 141 Larsen. Penny 86.92.95.141 Larson. Mary 86.92.95.141 Lawburgh. Pam 86.102.141 Lazenby. Mike 99,108.141 Lazzer, Dave 10.98,108,141.180 Leave!. Jan 141 Student Congress collected boxes of food for a Christmas project. Lehman, Cathy 141 Leilcr, Mike 106,142 Lentz, Marlene 85,142 Lien, Pat 142 Lohse, Doug 21,91,12,10 Lonis, Cary 129,142 Lothamer. Linda 142 Lough. Mike 8.142 Lovely. Debbie 86.142 Lowery. Allison 142 Osborn. Dan 145 Osborn. Margie 145 On. Steve 145 Overholt. Judy 43.92.103,146 Parker, Martin 146 Parker, Rose 146 Parsons, Brenda 146 Patton,Tony 108,109,146 Pearson, Carol 4,5,22,105,108,129,146 Pensinger, Judy 8,93,97,146,181 Pensinger, Trudy 97,104,146,152,181 Perr I 146 IcAbei I 142 McBride, Charlene 142 McCague, Sheila 103.142 McCrory. Debi 43.93.98.102.142 McDevitt. Bob 143 McDowell. Dave 143 McGuire, Melanie 86,92,94,98,99, 1 14.143 McHenry. Gordon 106.143 Mclntire, Dave 59,100,143 McKee, Ron 143 McL 1 143 McMillan, Mike 100,143,148 McRae, Jim 91,92,97,143,185 Malone, Dave 94,143 Marhenke, Linda 143 Marshall, Jan 59,92,143 Mason. Debbie 143 Mathis. John 143 Mattice. Debra 114.143 Mazock. Jerry 17.90.91.95.143 Meadows. Tern 143 Melcher, Karen 43.102,105.143 Melton. George 143 Melvin. Loren 143 Merchant. Kathy 115,144 Merz, Barb 102.144 Messman. Grant 105.144 Meyers. Ruth 86.144 Michel. Jim 144 Miller. Sharon 113 Mireau. Pete 94.144 Minglin. Mike 57.59.144 Mirek. Paul 144 Moenning. Mike 144 Mohr. Tom 144 Montague. Patti 144 Moore. Trudy 144 Morns. Vickie 42.43.102.144 Murphy. Loha 86,98,128,144 Murua, Virginia 57,59,144 3 47,86,14 145 Mynett, Larry 106,145 Nau. Barb 41,145 Neuenschwander, Ron 106,145,178 Neusiis Tom 105,145 Newman, Pat 47.98.102.145 Newhall. Cathy 86.129,141.145 Nichter Mary 86,129,141,145 Nieno. Jan 86,92,104.145 Nix. Ed 145 . Rus! I 145 Nulf. Marilyn 86.98,145 Peterson, Gary 22,146 Pfieffer, Richard 108,146 Pfundstein, Mary 86,146 Piebanga. Del 146 Pollock. Debbie 146 Potter. Cheryl 93.99.129.137.146 Price. John 147 Prine. Charlene 103,147 Purk, Charlotte 147 Putman, Von 108,147 Quandt, Ruth 86,113,147 Raatz, Greg 147 Rath, Venus 86,92,102,1 12,147 Raush, Jim 147 Ray, Jim 147 Reeves, Linda 85,1 12,147 Register, Judy 147 Reising, Kathie 147 Rennecker, Glenna 86,147 Richards, Sue 103,147 Richhart, Jan 5,22,86,90,91,93,108,129,147 Ringenberg, Mark 33,91,105,108,147 Roberts, Chris 102,148 Roberts, Kathy 148 Robinette. Doug 41,106,148 Robinson, Phil 148 Robinenc, Doug 41,106,148 Robinson, Phil 148 Rocke, Jane 57,100,148 Rodemcyer, Vickie 86,1 13,148 Roemer, Sandy 59,86,108,129,148 Roper, Steve 106,148 Rorick, Roseann 148 Rork.Tony 148 Roth, Muriel 86,94,104,148 Roth, Ron 148 Rowe, Susan 59,112.147.148 Rodman, Connie 10,92,148 Ruger, Janet 102,148 Sams, Susan 8,57,148 Sauers, Jon 108,148 Saylor, Pam 86,103,148 Scheeler.Gwen 86.104.148 Scheimann. Linda 86.148 Schmeling. Jan 149 Schmidt. Jill 15.57.92.97.129,149 Schnelker, Mike 110,149 Schram. Sharon 149 Schroeder, Walt 149 Schwalm, Phil 18,149 Schweigel, Karen 149 Seitz. Jerry 149 Seitz, Larry 149 Shaffer, Cindy 92,104,149 Shaffer, Brenda 86,92,102,109,1 14.149 Shappel, Steve 149 Sheron, Denny 98,99.149,186 Shifley. Nancy 57,92,115.147,149 Index Shi»e. John 48.59,92. 1 00. 1 07. 1 42. 1 49 Shull. Joe 91.92.98.99.108.149 Shumakec. Bill 109.150 Siegers. Joyce 22.23.91.109.150 Snyder. Da»e 150 Snyder. Jackie 23.90.91 ,92. 109. 1 50 Snyder. Lisa 86.92.102.150 Soderquist. Karen 103 150 Somcrs. Diane 150 South. Allan 98.1 10,150 Spears, Pam98,150 Spencer, Charles 150 Spielh. Cindy 102,150 Spirou. Vickie 86.150 Spriggs. Judy 150 Springer. Hal 107.150 Squier. Keith 150 Scaak. Tom 150 Stark. Margie 129.151 Stearns. Mary 151 Steele. Deborah 151 Steyens. Dan 50.151 Stewart. Bob 163 ,. Mil 151 Strouts, Paul 115 151 Sutton. Sue 151 Swam. Diane 98.102.112.151 Swank. Randy 6.9.151.182 Talley. Ra-Nelle 151 Tatro. Daye 151 Taylor. Kaihy 5.59.86.108.129 151 Ternet. Ron 108.110.151 Thompson. Cheryl 86.92.102.151 Tope . Trudi 98.151 Tour in. Kath, 86.93.115.15- Trob, augh. Bill 152 Tsets e. Kandi 152 Ulery ■. Al 152 Urick . Illene 103.152 Urick . Irene 47.152 Wietfeldt. Nila 153 Williams. Kath. 5.57.59.85.90.91.92.97 109 153 Wilson. Terry 102.153 Winchester. Joyce 153 Wingett. Judy 153 Woll. Becky 59.97.100 153 Wyman.Stcye 108 153 Zent. Dale 153 Juniors .. Christine 86.158 on. Daye 5.95.157 158 Ken 59.158 Jean 59.86.91.158 158 Augci Baat , Linda 86 158 Baat , Tern 86,158 Backofen, Bruce 97,99 Bade, Sharon 158 Bahler, Dona 35,36.91,93,158,161 " - - 158 1 21,22,90,91,109,158 Bandelier, Gary 91,158 Barnes. Luano 114.158 Barrienlos. Mike 108.158 158 . Del ! 158 Beayers. Stacy 50.158 Becker. Jell 158 Beckman, Patty 95.104,158 Bendel, Donna 86,95,158 Bendele, Richard 158 Bender, Alan 158 Benjamin. Jan 86.95.158 Benner. Judy 158 Bertsch. Randall 158 Beuchel, Michael 158 Beuschcr. Lynn 37,86.91.158 Bignell. Sue 158 Biyens. M 158 Blair. Linda 57.59.93.158 Bland. Terry 158 Blossom. Richard 158 Boese. Sandy 86.157.158 Bradshaw. Steve 158 Brancelield. Vicki 158 Braun. Doug 158 Brandt. Nancy 86.109 Bremer. John 169.185 Brennan. Jan 159 Briggs. Tim 159 . Cinda 159 Mike 159 -nan. Sandri 1 159 159 Brockway. Debbie 86.113.159 Brophy. Ruth 159 Brown. Pam 159 Brobaker, Keluin 159 Buckmaster. Ned 159 Bullemcier. Janet 86.113.159 Burcjak. Linda 22.57.59,90.91.92.97 109 159 Burkett, Diane 159 Bute, Keith 159 Chamberlain, Ron 59.159 Chaney. Paul 159 Chapman. Rosie 8.86.90.91.92.157.159 Choyan. Mike 53.159 Chrislman. Jerone 159 Clause, Steve 90,91,159 Clem. Christina 104.159 Clymer. Ken 159 Coats. Dave 159 Cockrum. Linda 8.157.159.182 Colderbank. Kathy 86.92.97.159 Comito. Ron 159 Connelly. Wayne 159 Craft. Bill 159 Cram. Bob 159.166 Criswell. Dale 159 Dagget. Julie 86.159 Doty. Almc 159 Doty. Karia 109.159 Draper. Mike 159 Drewery. Chuck 147.159 Drummond. Jelf 159 Edgar. Jay 159 Edwards. Gerry 159 Eiltid. Jenny 159 Ellenberger. Cheryl 13.86.100.104.159 Ellis. Karen 159 Endres. Carol 159 Ericson. Howard 107.160 Erpelding. Theresa 86.160 Farrier. Steve 160 Feiertag. Gregg 160 Felger. Tern 160 Ferguson. Jan 150 Finchum. Carmelila 160 Fisher. Jim 160 Fleckenstein. Sandra 160 Flora, Linda 22,86,109,157,160 Foltz. Jan 86.93,150 Frederick, Sandy 160 Fuhrmann, Jerry 92.108.160 Fullerton. Debbie 59.93.100.160.18 Gable. Peggy 59.90.91.97.100.160 Gage. John 160 Gaskill, Gerry 31,41,86,109,160 Gear, Carol 113.160 George. Mark 160 Gerke. John 160 irdot. Tim 160 a(t. Debbie 86.100.160 aus. Doloris 150 aves, Jcfl 50 ayless, Richard 48.160 Hill. Dave 157,161 Hill, Pat 161 Hirschy, John 95,97,107,161 Hil,remann, Howard 161 Hoagland, Richard 38,97,161 Hockemeyer, Rex 161 Holocher, Debbie 161 Holt, Steve 59,108,161 Hoppe, John 161 Horma 161 Hermann, Ste Howe, Gaylord 161 Howell, Bill 161 Howell, Joyce 86,100.161 Huffman. Marilyn 161 Hunnicutl, Joe 161 . Mai J. Beth 86.160 ir. Nancy 86.160 iman. Judy 160 efon. Eunice 86.160 aniey, Debbie 86.102.160 isa 86.93.112.157.160 . Phil 93.95.97.160 lohn 160 aziett. Gary 8.57.92.96.97.161 eadlec. Dan 18.161 eemsoth. Bill 161 Jett. Paula 161 Johnson. Dave 161 Johnson. Marga 161 Johnson. Mark 161 Johnson. Randy 57.59.161 Johnson. Jay 161 Johnston. Ken 108.111.161 Jones. Elaine 161 Joslin. Sandy 161 Judt. Jerry 93.94.161 Kage. Paula 161 Kane. Jelf 161 icdy. Karen 161 tedy. Kathy 161 . Kathy 161 enstein. Mai . Bob 161 161 :an 57.59.100.161 Kokmakis. Ken 90,91.157.161.186 Koooer. Norma 162 Korte. Debbie 57.59.100.162 Krisly. Martin 162 Kruse. Gwen 36.93.105, 1 57 162 Student Congress dedicated the new flagpole to Principal Henwood. Girls demand equal rights at the JCL Roman Banquet. Kuhne. Da»»n 33,86,105.162 Kumfer, Mike 162 Kunneman, Pat 162 La Fu 1 57.1 162 Lane, Sue 31,162 Langlcv, Diane 147,162 Lantz, Kathv 57,162 Larscn, John 95,107.162 Lawrence, Pam 86,162 Lebrecht, Ruth 93,162 Leed, Kathv 86,109,162 Lepper. Nancy 94,162 Lewis, Linda 162 Long, Larry 57,162 Lopshire. Jerry 162 Louraine. Dee 92.98.110.162 Lynch. Sandy 47.162 McBride. Debbie 162 McClain. Earl 53.162 McClellan. Gary 162 McCrea. Janet 105.162 McDonnell. Ben 162 Mcllveen. Bob 162 McKee. Pat 86.162 Marlow. Caria 162 Marshall. Bob 162 Martin. Bob 162 Martin. Mary 86.162 Mattingly. Keuin 22.23.162 Mattocks. Chris 162 Matuska. Cindy 162 May. Clark 93.97.110.157.162 Meddock. Mardene 162 Mehalechko. John 162 Menze. David 38.162 . Mai 162 ! 162 Mever. Debra 86,162 Meyer. Robin 162 Miller. Becky 86.92.97.99.162 Miller. Mike 57.59.162 Moord Marty 162.186 Moore. Tim 162 Mohr. Vicki 162 Monroe. Larry 6.162 Montague. 162 162 Moi Mo Moyer. Janel 86.112.162 Mover. Sherrie 162 Murnan, Pam 162 Murphy. Mark 163 Mulh, Bob 92.108.163 Nau. Debby 163 Neff. Debbie 57.86.102.163 I 21.94.109.163 Nic 163 I 90.91.157.163 . Garr I 163 V 163 NuttI Oakn Oberlin. Joseph 163 Oetting. Diane 163 Oelt.ng. Richard 163 Oliver. Val 86.109.163- Ortlieb. Paul 163 Osborn. Mark 163 Osborn. Terry 163.156 Overholt. Cheryl 57.59.100.163 Parsons. Brenda 47 Pemberion, D.ane 31.163 Perkins. Ann 163 Perrine. Connie 109.163 Place. Gene 163 Pollock. Mike 163 Pollock. Ray 48.163 Quandt. Harry 97.158.163 Quandt, Jim 59,163 Reginold. Brenda 19.86.104.163 Rehm. Diane 114 Re.nking. Dean 163 Reinking. Dennis 163 Reinkmg. Sue 163 . Nai 163 Ringenberg. Jim 33.91,92.94,99,163 Robison, Geoff 53,163 Robinson, Becky 59,86.109,157,163 Robinson, Ora 163 Rocke, Ann 57,59.163 Rockybv. Jack 17.163 Rodenbeck. Renee 163 Roe. Greg 163 Rogers. Judy 163 Romanowski. Rhonda 163 Rondot. Kathi 110,111.163 Roney. Dean 108.163 163 . Mil 163 Roger. Linda 102.163 Rulka. Diane 163 Rutledge. Bob 10.22,163 Salisbury, Denise 86.163 Saylor. Ann 163 Saylor. John 163 Savior. Tom 163 Schinnerer. Pam 164.180 Schmidt. Jan 38.86.100.157.164 Schneider, Melanie 86.102.164 Schw (ama 86.164 Debbie 164 an. Gai ■ 57.164 164 Shive. Nancy 164 Shriner. Tim 164 Siegers. Rhonda 164 Sievers. Sandy 157.164 Silverman. Illene 13.86.164 Slagle. Paula 164 Smith. Craig 164 Smith. Lynn 164 Smith. Randy 164 Smock, Steve 164 Snyder. Mike 164 Snyder. Tom 164 Sorg. Kay 59.91.94.100.157,164 Spade. Carpi 164 Spangle. Cheryl 164 Spencer, Bob 107.164 Spohr, Sleue 107.164 Springer, Bev 164 Springer, Donna 57,164 Springer. Kalhy 57.59.164 Squicr. Connie 164 Sle 164 en 164 Sloller. Sharon 164.180 Stone, Cathy 86.102.114.164 Stumpf, Sue 36.92,105.112.113.164 Swaidner. Jed 164 1 59.86.100,109.164 Tews. Jean 36.105.164 Thatch ler. Kathy 164 Thiemi B. Denny 164 Tholer 1. Da»e 164 Thornl :on, Glenn 108 164 Thrash er. Ron 164 Tinker . Dennis 164 Tollive r. Kent 164 Torres. Don 164 Tracey . Bill 164 Tricke ' ,. Oreon 105.164 Truloc k. Sally 86.91,104.157.164. Trzvnk a. Dave 164 Trzvnk a, Marilyn 164 Turlev . Neva 164 Tustisc in. Christine 164 Uhrick . Lorinda 164 Vachoi 1. Steve 164 Van CI eave, Debbie 164 Van W inkle. Chen 164 Velez. Will 160.165 Vidra, Sue 165 Voight Ann 86.102,165 Voirol. Bobbi 57,153.165 Voors. Jean 165 Wackei r, Nancy 86,112,165 Wade. Marilyn 165 Wagnei r, Da»e 165,180 Wales. Cindy 165 Walsh. Steve 165 Warrer 1 Carol 59,86,93,97,165 Watkir IS, Nancy Weigar Id, Mark 157,165 Wells, Ted 165 Werling, Marianne 55,86,102,165 Werner, Gigi 86,93,96,165 Westerfield, Marcia 6,7,8,86,92,165 Westcrick, Jane 94,165 Westoskev, Sandy 86,165 Wheeler, Debbie 86,100,165 Whittaker, Clarice 165 Widenhofer, Duane 165 Wilson, Rick 165 Winicker, Jan 165,185 Winzeler, E Jay 57,100,165 Woodward, Cathy 165 Wylie, Grant 22,157,165 Yoder, Craig 165 , Mit : 165 Sophomores Addis on. Bob 168 Agee, John 168 smeyer, Ed 158 Allen Patti 168 Allma in, Steve 168,169 Andei ■son, Susan 163 Armsl irong. Sue 169 Arnol d, Cindy 167,168 Arter, Dave 168 Batcher, Brenda 47,168 Batdorf, Teresa 86,112,113,16 Baumgartner, Valerie 36,168 Bell, Jeff 168 Bender, Bev 168 Bennigan, Troy 168 Berkhiser, Nancy 163 Beuchel, John 168 Bivens, Becky 168 Black, Debbie 57,168 Bleke, Peggy 168 Bletzacker, Phylis 168 Bodie, Susan 168 Boldt, Bev 168 Boling, Dave 168 Bolmg, Scott 163 Boys, Pat 57,168 Bradtmueller, Larry 168 Bremer, Donna 45,112,168 Bremer, Rick 168 Bricker, Kathy 36,163 Broughlon, Merry 114,168 Brown, Walter 168 Bruick, John 168 Bryan, Sandy 163 Butler, Dave 167,168 Butt, Debby 57.100,163 Byers. John 169 Byram. Jim 169 Byrd. Dan 169 Byroade. Barb 47.169 Campbell. Kevin 57.169.178 Chambers. Don 169 Chettender 1, Brian 16i Chev iron. . Jim 169 Clark ., Die! i 169 Clem . Deb! bi 169 Clem . Jove ;e 104,169 Cobu rn. Fi ■itz 169 Coe. Chart es 169 Cole. Alan 169 Corti ley, J im 169 Cowan. Greg 169 Crite II, Bill 167,169 Davis, Bev 169 er, Ri( :k 169,174 s. Car ol 95,169 Imogene 169 1, Sam Jy 169 Arthur 169 Done la 169 r, Dol ores 86,169 r, Ker 169 t ' , Dav ■Id 169 Debrz 1 169 Gail 47,110,111,169 John 169 , Reb jcca 169 3iel, T erry 169 , Catf ly 36,169 jn, R: 3ndv 169 , Mil 169 ! 169 Gaff, Cath Gage, Colleen 169 Gagnon, JoAnne 169 Gantz, Pam 112,169 Garren, Vera 169,174 Gatton, Geoff 169 Gauin, Debbie 86,169 Geels, Stella 36,169 Geels, Syd 169 : 169 90,91,104,169 Graback, Carolyn 47,170 Grahan, Dave 170 Grant, Rick 170 Greenwood, Ernie 166,170 Griffiths, Sue 170 Griffin, Evelyn 112,170 Grostefon, Ron 59,170,178 Groves, Brenda 1 70 Bob 170 Guhr Hagv 170 170 vig. Sue 167,170 Holt, Gary 170 Hormann, Randy 170 Huffman, Mike 170 Huffman, Sue 170 Jackson, Debby 170 Jacobs. Connie 170 James. Judy 57.59.170 John 170 . Pat 170 . Shir f 57.59,170 Jury, Dan 167,170 Kage, Pam 170 Kage, Steve 170 Kamp, Pat 170 Kane, Jerry 170 Kelley, Chuck 57.170 Kenter. Dave 170 Klir . Sylvia 170 s 170 kles. John 170 Koch. Dan 170 Kraick. Kenny 94. 170 Lanning. Debra 86.1 14.170 Larsen. Dave 170 Larson. Joan 86.170 Lawson. Dana 36.170.173 Lazenby. Ed 59.170 Leed. Steve 170 Leininger. Lloyd 170 Leit I 170 1 97.170 Lester. Kem 170 Link, Michelle 57,171.184 Lipp. Bert 171 Lonergran, Cynthia 113,171 Loshei 171 I 171 Luster, Jeff 171 McBride. Jill 171 McBride. Joyce 171 McCrea. Vickie 86.1; McHenrv, Sue 171 Mc , Mai 171 McKenzii McLaughlin, Tom 171 McMillen, Dennis 171 Mailand, Connie 171 It 167,171 Mai , Mik Marlow, Do 171 a 171 I 171 , Paul Marshall, Shirley 171 Mason, Cheryl 171 Matthews, Daniel 171 Mattinghly, Bob 171 Mayberry, Mike 171 Mehaffie, Mona 86,171 Me 171 Minjie, Mary 171 Meredith, Billie 1 Messman, Gary i: Summcy, Mark 173 Sutton, Candace 173 , Jody 59.173 . Jen 173 Tanner. Peg 173 Thompsom. Gloria 86.102,173 Thompson, Vivian 90,91,95,173,175 Tinsley, Sharon 173 Tomlinson. Debbie 57.114.173 Trammell. Randy 99.173 Treach. Di iie 173 . Mai 173 Ulery, Ulm, Jon 37,173 Urschel, Debbie 32,173 Vess, Nancy 59,86,173,174 Volk, Bill 173 Waltz, Lindy 173 Wann, Ronald 173 Warrick, William 173 Wass, Ken 173 Watts, Da»id 173 Wauer, Sandy 173 Weileman, Charlene 113,173 Weisenbutger, Ann 86,173 Wetzi , Mai 173 Wheeler, Steve 95,167,173 White. Sue 173 Wieffeldt. Erna 173 Wigfield. Cindy 173 Wilkins, Jo 91,94,111,173 Willoughby, Del Wis 1,173 173 Wolf, Donna 57,59,173 Younger, Mark 173 Zent. Sally 173 Zapp. Edmund Mr 126 Organizations Baseball 82.83 BasI etball 72,73.74 Bo .ling 106 Che ss 110 Cro ss Country 66.6 Fell owship of Christian Athlel OS 108 Fini ! Arts 100.101 Foo Iball 68.69,70.71 Frei ich Club 95 Full ure Business Leaders of Ai Tierii ca U Full uro Nurses Club 104 Futi ure Teachers Association 1 04 Girl s Athletic Association 113 Gen man Club 95 Gol f 34,85 Hi-Y 105 Hon ne Economics Club 112 Lati n Club 94 Letl lermen 108 Libi ■ary Club 99 Masque and Gavel 96.97 Nat Nat lonal Forensic League 98 lonal Honor 92,93 Offi ce Education Association 102, 103 Rifl e Club 107 Scient :e Club 110,111 Social Studies Club 99 Sport- smanship Council Slude ni Congress 90.91 Track 78,79.80,81 Wresrl ling 75.76.77 Advertisers A jnd B Shoe Store 185 Bennett ' s Clothing 181 B F Goodrich Company 183 Bremer ' s Home and Garden Center 185 Coney King 189 Dan Purvis Drugs 189 Dan Rhodes Agency 189 Delux Cleaners 181 Dick ' s Standard Station 1 79 General Truck 183 Girardofs Texaco 179 Hunt Realty Inc. 185 Holiday Theater 189 Indiana and Michigan Electric Company Jim Kelley Buick 183 McCormack Chevrolei 133 Moon Printing 187 Murphy Insurance 187 Norm ' s Point Marathon Service 179 Parnin Standard Stalion 183 Pensinger ' s Jewelry Store 181 Murphy, Mic hael 171 Newm; in. Pa m 171 Newto n. Car olyn 171 Nicthe: r. Can lel 171.175 Nichte r, Kan en 109.167.171 Niemei er, K ayleen 171 Noble Shelb a 171 Nuttle, Michael 171 Oberlir 1. Pan- lela 172 Oberlir 1. Ton 94 171 O ' Briei v. Rot lert 172 O ' Brini ner. Denis 172 Oettini !. Don ma 172 Olinger ' t 172 Osborn 1. Jacq lueline 172 Ownes. Rick 172 Parent. Harr , 172 Parker, Gary 169.172 Parker, Lindi ! 172 Parker, Mike 94.172 1.172 Patton. Perrine. Van Buren 172 Perryne. Debbie 57.91.95.172 Peters. Bev 172 Place. Debby 172 Pond. Bill 57.59.90.91.94.99.172 Poorman. Gregg 172,173 Porter, Cathy 86,172 Printup, Glanita 106,172 Ouinn, Bryan 172 Rausch, Judy 172 Reffsnider. Brian 172 Raising, Jeff 172 Replogle, Tim 172 Revert, Cindy 47,172 Richards, Dave 172 Richhart, Bill 172 Ringenberger, Mike 172 Roach. Pam 172 Sanchez. Lupe 112.172 Sauders. Rex 172 Scheeler, Kim 172 Schimes, Larry 172 Schllf. Robert 172 Schuam, Robert 172 Schulthies, Mary 105,167,172 Schwalm, Cindy 172 Servos, Nancy 47,112,172 Shaffer, Kris 37,86,109,172 Shaffer, Lynn 172 Shannon, David 172 Sharon, John 172 Shaul. Rita 172 Sheets. Kathy 94.172 Shifley. Steve 172 Sigurdson. Ray 172 Smith. Charlene 86.172 Smith, Debra 173 Smith, Mark 173 Smith, Raymond 173 Snyder. Kathy 95.173 Snyder. Steve 173 Soderquist. Marsha 173 Sorg. Marvin 173 Spriggs. Jacqueline 173 Springer. Arlin 173 Springer, Kathy 45,57.173 Springer. Lloyd 173 Stauffer. Steve 59.173 Steigerwald. Debra 173 ! 172 Faculty irong. Paul Mr 120.121 Bear nan. Li jAnn Mrs. 123 Beck er. ' jof in Mr. 123 Bens on. De nnis Mr. 123 Bent on. Lei dford Mr, 123 Beuc inot. Je :an Mr 123 Boni ihotim. Michael Mr. i; Brue ning. S heila Mrs. 123 Byar iski. Thomas Mr. 123 Cass. Evere tt Mr. 123 Chester. Rii :hard Mr. 123 Clart 1. Char lotte Miss 123 Clark (. Fran k Mr. 123 Colderbank . Mildred Mrs. ' Cole . Gordc )n Mr, 122 Crov mover. Max Mr 122 Dam els, Ha met Miss 122 Deut er, Sandra Mrs. 122 Dick meyer. John Mr. 122 I Mr, uff. Hufford, Thomas Mr, HumI, Don Mr 126 Hunnings, Keith Mr, 1 Isch, Gerald Mr, 125 Johnson, Dennis Mr, 1 Kart, Hamilton Mr, i; Kinzie. Anita Mrs. 12! Lut; nberger. Betty Miss 124 I Mr 124 Manifold. Mar Mann. Dons Mrs. 124 May. Francis Mr, 124 May. Sam Mr. 124 Milliman. Paul Mr. 124 Mitchel, Jerry Mr. 124 Nicholas. Carl Mr, 124 Oberlin. Verl Mr, 121,127 Perrine, Mane Mrs, 127 Reyno Miss 127 ert Mr, 127 hilling, Richard Mr. 12: hwabel, Margaret Mrs. 1 Tion, Stephan Mr 127 Stebing, Donal Stephan, Norn Steward, Dona onds. Can Tho Mrs, 121 1 Mr. 126 Turnei Vondr Wade, Cheryl Mrs, 126 West. Virginia Mrs. 121.126 Wilder. Arthur Mr. 126 Wolf. Etta Mrs. 121 Wolfe, Robert Mr, 126 Wright. Tod Mr, 126 Latin Club hosted the first NHHS chariot race. Reigning at the prom are King and Queen K. Mattingiy and L. Baker. 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