North Central High School - Northerner Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1968
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1968 NORTH ERNER
North Central High School
"Mass production" trend
haulted at door step. . .
After learning basic lab procedures in chemistry class, Junior Harry Neff utilizes his acquired know-
ledge during an experiment in which he makes polyethylene polymers-synthetic rubber.
Dance pupils from all over the city labovel per-
form a ballet recital for their parents and Central-
ites on the North Central stage.
Prior to ci football game lat rightl, Coaches "Lan-
dro Keepsin" and "Wyron Beaver," portrayed by
Leah Schulte and Janie Lee, instruct their "Law-
rence Central Bears" in calisthenics during a pep
session. Team members "Simon Lagree" and "Har-
ris Hood" lead "Arch Support" and "Doddly Dim-
ple" in the exercising while "cheerleaders" Sue
Tishler and Becky Willard lend moral support.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Academics ................... 6
School Life . . .... 24
Activities . .... 38
Sports .... .... 8 6
People ..... ...... T 16
. Advertising ..... ...... 2 O4
Index ............ .......... 2 27
Credits .................. . . .232
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Upon thinking about last summer's stay in Turkey,
AFS student Margie Leff, dressed in her native
Turkish costume, smiles radiantly.
At right, Bob Hackelman lleftl and Scott Clayton
embrace after downing troublesome football foe
Northwest to complete the grid team's first perfect
'IO-O-O season. Other Centrulites lbelowl find a
change of pace from routine studies during the
lunch periods, be it 10:45 or 1:30.
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C95 education designed for varied individuals
ln today's world of modern tech-
nology everything from rubber bands
to automobiles is mass produced. This
trend has even begun to invade the
present educational system, but not at
North Central. Here at NC, education
was designed for the individual-not
the masses. Although the total enroll-
ment was 3117 students, North Central
maintained a low student-teacher ratio
of 20:1 by employing 162 qualified
faculty members. Since the faculty was
of a high caliber, the teachers took full
advantage of this low ratio and di-
rected their attention towards the de-
velopment of each individual.
The students were varied in their
fields of interest, but these individuals
all contributed some "special" talent to
the make-up of the school. Many ex-
cellent stand-outs led the various ath-
letic teams to county, regional and
state championships. Our school main-
tained one of the finest orchestras in
the state, while the math team, com-
posed of three individuals, placed first
in the state and highly in national
rankings. ln addition, development of
the individual's sense of responsibility
was stressed in the honor study halls,
a program continued for the second
year. These students were able to use
any school facilities to further their edu-
cation. lt was with these diversified
talents, acquired skills, and everyone's
unique personality which, combined,
made this year distinctively different
from any other.
Throughout the day, various individuals from the honor study halls congregate on the student center
steps in order to "pool" their efforts and knowledge or "cram" for that final exam.
Individuals utilize the some moment in various
ways, Junior Nancy O'Kone hesitates before stash-
ing away her books, while Debbie Oberholtzer
lkneelingl pauses to tidy up her purse.
Typical of many other music students, Bill White
uses his instrument locker daily and finds it very
accommodating for his books and clarinet.
Striving for precision, Bell Choir members prac-
tice each clay for their various performances.
Fine arts expands curriculum
Shaping models of their own feet, students in the sculpture class experiment in three dimensional art.
This course provides them with a fuller appreciation for sculpture.
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0 include sculpturing, humanities classes
ln the field of Fine Arts at North
Central, both the music and art depart-
ments made additions to Their cur-
riculum. The addition of a sculpturing
class led to forming a full program for
the art student. New classes stressed
the individual achievement and be-
came part of the total art educational
experience. Three areas represented
were weaving and textiles, iewelry de-
sign and construction, and ceramic arts.
Various proiects lined the art hall, cre-
ating an artistic atmosphere. ln the
art history class, each student learned
the role art played in the world
throughout the ages.
Mrs. Pauline Brothers conducted a
humanities class during the summer
and arranged many beneficial field
trips for the students. A new choral
group, the Northernaires, ioined the
other choruses and made many ap-
pearances throughout the city, as did
Bell Choir, Counterpoints, Music Men,
and Girl's Ensemble.
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The annual Fine Arts Festival draws crowds of adults and students to see the exhibition of student art
displayed throughout the school and to see the program presented by the school's music groups.
Senior Paul Koenig looks perplexed as he works out a difficult problem with problems interesting, they prove to be puzzling at times. Learning to use the
his slide rule for an advanced mathematics class, Although Paul finds these slide rule is an important step in doing rapid calculations.
Bob McPhee and Charles Bahne show their pleasure upon placing l2th in the national math contest.
With the aid of 1967 graduate Bruce Whitehead, the team also placed first in state competition.
As members of Mrs. Spoon's math class, students
Cheryl Diamond and Ron Engel display their pro-
iects which utilize geometric principles.
Diversified science courses
enrich student knowledge
Adiusting his high-powered microscope, biology
student Bill Gray is intrigued by the specimen.
North Central offered a variety of
comprehensive science courses with a
continually changing curriculum. Some
of the classes offered in the science de-
partment were biology, botany, chem-
istry, geology, narcotics, physics,
physiology, biology topics, earth sci-
ence, and zoology. Advanced courses
were offered in several of these
This year North Central expanded
its science curriculum. Introductory
physical science was added as a two
semester combination of physics and
chemistry. This class is unlike all pre-
vious physical science courses because
it consists of laboratory work only.
Physiology was expanded to a full
year and the study of heredity and
embryology was also included in the
course. Team-teaching had been used
previously, but this year classes were
handled by individual teachers. Through
dissection, the students studied the
bones, sweat glands, and brains of
sheep. Two new laboratory books were
used this year for the first time.
They may look like "tinker-toys", but to lab assistants Becky McCan, Shari Longest, and Fiona Wright
they are fundamentals of chemistry, Hoping to gain insight into the world of the atom, these girls con-
struct molecular models. As assistants they also aid the science instructors in the laboratories.
While studying human anatomy, physiology stu-
dents Jim Pruitt and Neal Taslitz take time to
get acquainted with their skeleton "friend,"
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While Dan Grube ancl the rest of his classmates
listen, Mrs. Allen explains the right of exclusive
possession to her business law class.
Figuring al an adding machine, business student Larry Frey makes use of the various equipment which
is available for students in the business department during study halls.
' Beginning lyplsls lrightl discover that learning
correct typing habits requires much perserverance
and patience. Ellen Abbot! ileftl also applies this
I knowledge cf typing to transcribe memos and
letters from a dictaphone machine. She and many
other students learn this skill at N. C.
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Business department tiains
students for venous fields
Training students to become busi-
nessmen and women, the Business Edu-
cation Department offered many use-
ful cmd worthwhile courses. Not only
did business maiors participate in
these classes, but also the college-
New non-electric typewriters were
added for the student's use during
typing class periods. The typing classes
acquired new books to accompany the
machines. Typewriters were also made
available to students during study
Students developed individual skills
through a wide variety of courses of-
fered. Bookkeeping students gained
both vocational and personal skills in
classifying, recording, cincl summariz-
ing financial transactions. Members of
secretarial practice class worked to im-
prove their typing, shorthand and
clictaphone-transcriptions speed and
accuracy. This course aided the student
in attaining the level of competence de-
sirable for work in a business office.
Individuals interested in the marketing
field enrolled in the selling class.
Before typing Karen Parson practices the funda-
mentals of cleaning her machine by carefully dis-
mantling it and inspecting all parts.
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Preparing himself for a vocational career, Larry Netter works underneath the body of the car to repair
a faulty speedometer cable during an auto mechanics class.
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speaking were emphasized by the
Practical Arts Department this year to
broaden the students' knowledge. ln
the clothing classes, girls sewed the
latest styles and knitted frequently.
Individuals worked at their own level
and many girls exceeded the required
number of proiects due at the con-
clusion of the course. The cooking
classes compared processed and home-
made foods and studied the value of
food in both quality and flavor.
Throughout the year, the home eco-
nomics department worked on the May
Style Show. Some girls made and
modeled their own creations while
others furnished and served the re-
Auto mechanics classes received new
test equipment this year which helped
the boys in their practical work and
further advanced their learning. Print-
ing classes experimented with textile
printing, and again printed most of
North Central's programs, tickets, and
newspapers. Drafting classes took
trips to see houses being built, thus
motivating the boys to improve their
architectural drawings and model
Applying the various techniques of design, Greg
Pfau perfects his drawing plans with the use of T-
square, triangle, and drawing board.
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As n part of their home economics course, Evelyn Bobbi? and Rebecca Pendleton place some cookies
shaped like stars and Christmas trees into the oven in anticipation of the holidays.
Sitting in front of a linotype machine, Bill Carter
sets up the necessary type for his printing class
project-the school football posters.
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For his demonstration speech, Steve Robertson
shows his class the perils involved in shaving be-
fore it is possible to master the arf.
English department includes
After reading the story of Helen Keller's life, The Miracle Worker, students in Miss Climer's sophomore
English class visit the Indiana State School for the Blind fo further understand one of her handicaps.
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Although the basic English, litera-
ture, and composition courses have re-
mained primarily the same this year,
the North Central English Department
has noticed an increased interest in
the fields of dramatics and stagecraft,
More emphasis on the techniques of
these courses was stressed and a new
course was launched.
Scene design provided the individu-
als who had already taken stagecraft
or worked on stage crews to make use
of the skills which they had learned.
They studied how to handle problems
faced in the presentation of dramatic
productions, lighting effects, and cos-
tume and property plots.
Dramatics classes began by teaching
the fundamentals of correct walking
and learning pantomime expressions.
After developing the speaking voice,
students acted out cuttings from plays.
The editorial staff for Etchings in
Thought was Fiona Wright, Georgia
Cravey, Mike Goldberg, Jay Ham, and
Andrea Ayer. Selections in this booklet
included poems, stories, and essays
written by North Central students and
screened by the English Department.
Preparing for the fall play, members of the stage
crew construct the necessary scenery.
Flipping through the pages of a reference book, Junior Steve Hartman makes use of the vast facilities
which the North Central Instructional Materials Center offers to the student.
Forei n languages increase
interest in world cultures
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During a typical class day, members of the second year Russian class ask Mr. Wendling many ques-
tions concerning the difficulties they encounter in their lessons,
Designed for the individual, North
Central's curriculum offered many for-
eign languages. ln this department
classes were conducted in French, Ger-
man, Latin, Russian, and Spanish, each
planned to give the student individual
attention and assistance. The use of the
language labs and the viewing of
films in the foreign tongue provided
the student the opportuity of listening
to the language.
Due to their fluency in their respec-
tive languages, Paul Over, Jody Abel,
Karen Wolf, and Allan Tharp traveled
to Germany during the summer of 1967
with the indiana University Honors Pro-
gram. In addition, John Duvall, Beth
Burns, and Melinda Diehl went to
France, while John Lindquist iourneyed
Once again heading the foreign lan-
guage department, Mr. John H. Brown
returned after a sabbatical leave of
one year. New members to the faculty
included Mrs. Patricia Theobald in
French, and Mr. John W. Tully and Miss
Anne Pihlak in German.
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Learning correct pronunciation of foreign expres-
sions, Bruce Kirschman discovers the advantage of
listening to tapes in the language laboratory.
Pointing out sentence structure to other members
of his Spanish class, Tom McNamara helps them
learn the importance of correct grammar.
As members of various Spanish classes and parli-
cipants in the Spanish clubs, Julie Morris, Karen
Wasson, Lynne Ditrus, Kris Dean, and Janie Maines
prepare paper mache pinatas for classroom use.
Social studies classes learn of our role in World
Representatives to Hoosier Boys' ond Girls' State
last summer included Gary Wolf, Ann Fogle, Don
Lawton, Gloria Bough, and Bruce White. Carrie
Schiffli, the alternate, is not pictured.
A glance into one of the social studies classrooms
reveals Bob Glasser discussing the poverty pro-
gram with other members of his sociology class.
Centralites prepared themselves for
futu re responsibilities as citizens
through courses in the Social Studies
Department. An emphasis on history
aided pupils in understanding the foun-
dations ot politics today and the cir-
cumstances under which governments
are controlled. The Social Studies De-
partment included such courses as
Asian Studies, Civics, Economics, Ge-
ography, Government, Sociology, U.S.
History, World History, and Citizenship.
Guest speakers and panel discussions
supplemented the material already
available in these classrooms.
Outside the classroom, outstanding
Social Studies pupils represented the
school at Boys' and Girls' States. Gary
Wolf, Bruce White, Don Lawton, Ann
Fogle, and Gloria Baugh attended the
Peals of Liberty is an annual publi-
cation put out by students interested
in patriotism. "Liberty is the Breath
of Progress" was the theme ot the
booklet this year. Priscilla Howell was
editor ot this year's pamphlet, Martha
Lipscomb served as iunior editor.
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Punishing "witch" Kriss Sipple for her misdemeanors, Sophomores Dan Green-
berg and Steve Perkins sentence Kriss to "5O minutes in the stocl-code" while
Scott Jackson contemplates the announcement con-
cerning Peuls of Liberty which appears on the
bulletin board in his American history classroom.
Lynne DuLong and Dallas Dalton watch with interest. All of the students
are members of Mr. Meek's history class.
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After school hours, staff members meet in the library to edit some of the student submitted essays for
the Peals of Liberty, a book published in co-operation with the social studies department.
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Modem gymnastic equipment and well-trained teachers aid students in gain-
ing valuable experience through participation in physical educaton classes
during the sophomore year. The parallel bars develop arm, leg and stomach
muscles, as well as a sence of achievement in each boy.
Student gym assistants Louise Goss and Carol
Frock spot for sophomore Pat Keller as she strikes
an arch back pose during girls' gym class.
Mastering the skill of volleyball, sophomore Beth
Craves demonstrates to her gym class the correct
stance after shooting the ball to her opponent.
G m, health
The goal ot the Physical Education
Department was to correlate mental
and social growth with physical devel-
opment in helping the Centralite to
become a well-rounded individual.
North Central formulated a grueling
physical education program for its
li7l spohomores. ln this program each
individual developed the basic skills
used in all athletics but strove to excel
in at least one sport: badminton, gym-
nastics, wrestling, football, archery,
volleyball, track, or basketball. Also in-
cluded were activities to develop bal-
ance and rhythm. Each Friday music
echoed from the gymnasium as the
students promenaded about while en-
ioying weekly square dancing.
While some students strengthened
their bodies, others learned in health
class how they function. When not con-
centrating on anatomy, these classes
studied the bookwork for their drivers'
tests. As in past years, the drivers'
education program was continued dur-
ing the summer. Last summer over 900
students from all over the city partici-
pated, making NC's program the
largest in the state.
Before one of the summer driver education classes ventures out onto the road, "up-man" Riley gives
last-minute instructions, This year there were five summer sessions with over twenty instructors.
Under the supervision of Mr. Smith, a student in drivers' education tests his drivin
lates the car through one of many obstacle courses set up an the school parking lot.
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Centralites arrive at North Central any-
where from 7:15 to 7:55. For seven and
one half hours, five days a week, stu-
dents labovel drag themselves through
the six 50-minute periods. Many con-
verse with their fellow classmates lop-
posite pagel during the five minutes
alloted between classes, others lleftl
use the time to scrutinize campaign
posters for the upcoming elections. End-
ing a long fought day ltop leftl, stu-
dents refresh at the snack bar.
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Filing past teachers and friends lleftl, graduates
march down the aisle during commencement exer-
cises held each year clt The Coliseum.
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Sandy Breisacher finds little trouble in "feeling" the part of Anne Frank in
the spring play, "The Diary of Anne Frank." Final rehearsal with the use of
scripts requires concentration from bath Sandy and Jay Davis, her supporting
actor, but she still breaks out in laughter upon reading funny lines.
" nne Frank," graduation,
prom fill spring months
ln the spring of '67, the drama de-
partment presented The Diary of Anne
Frank, the story of two Jewish families
forced into hiding during the Nazi oc-
cupation of Holland in an attempt to
save their lives. Sandy Breisacher
starred as Anne while Jay Davis played
opposite her as Peter Van Daan. ln
her diary, Anne recorded the frustra-
tions and problems which she experi-
ences as she matured during her con-
Baccalaureate services, the Senior
Talent Show, and mountains of paper
in the Student Center all preceded an-
nual commencement exercises for the
class of 1967. The class presented
a microfilm proiector to the school,
while traditional caps and gowns
dominated the scene in the Coliseum.
Commencement speakers Dale Fink
and Rachel Ochs presented original
orations to the graduates, teachers,
and parents who attended.
At the Indiana Root Ballrom on May
l3, iuniors gathered tor their Junior
Prom, "Raindrops on Roses." Scott
Clayton and Marty Youngquist ruled
over the affair as king and queen.
Members of the 1967 Junior Prom Court included, Front Row: Queen Marty Youngquist, Carol Hill,
Dini Lilly, Beth Burns, Nancy McClain. Back Row: Rick Fobes, Tom Schrader, King Scott Clayton, Don
Lawton, Mark Moore. As in past years, the prom was held at the Indiana Roof.
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The spirit of Panther unity does not fade away
after the pep session for Centralites
Clain and Mark Moore who patronize the Nora
Shopping Center for an occasional malt.
North Central students are among the many spec-
tators viewing the 500 Mile Race on Memorial
Day when the cars come into the first turn.
Winter snow prevents many North Central students from shopping at the Glendale Mall, but Senior
.Jim Linderman braves the cold and crosses the usually filled concourse.
Since everything is centrally located around the school building lleftl, an aerial stadium lcenterl, tennis and basketball courts and baseball diamonds lcenter
view of North Central's campus looks all the more impressive: the football backgroundl, Northview Jr. High School and Administrative Building lrightl
Students utilize benefits
of large eommunit living
The central location of North Central
afforded the many benefits of a large
city. Using the Butler Library, attending
the "SOO-mile-Race," or plays at
Clowes Hall, shopping and working at
Glendale or downtown-these are
only a few of the activities which oc-
cupied Centralites' time during the
school year. For research and other re-
ports which required outside refer-
ences, students made use of the li-
brary throughout the year. Films in the
Christian Theological Seminary gave
extra background on books such as
The Brothers Karamozov and showed
other interesting movies, all available
to the Centralite.
ln the springtime, the annual "500"
remained the focal point of many stu-
dents' interests. The Memorial Day
event attracted a sizable number of
students as well as teachers.
Outside of school, many Centralites
spent' time patronizing the local mer-
chants, others held iobs as clerks,
cashiers, restaurant helpers, and stock
personnel. Some felt independent
enough to maintain self-employment
as yard-tenders and babysitters, some
donated time to service organizations.
Pausing from the tedious Iob of writing term pa-
pers, North Central students take a break on the
Butler library steps for a few moments.
While massaging Bob Whi!inger's shoulders, Queen Ant Pclt Dillln attempts to put the Chief Scientisfs
mind at rest before he departs on his journey to the human world in "Under the Sycamore Tree."
After taking their marital vows in the "Sound of
Music," newlyweds Captain von Trapp lDan
Drakel and Maria lCc1rol Manifoldl leave the
altar for their honeymoon.
Singing "How Do You Solve a Problem Like Ma- l
rio," perplexed nuns llettl Connie Ponder, Leah
Schulte, and Robin McDowell resort to prayer for
an answer to their dilemma.
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Providing students with dramatic ex-
perience, the annual fall presentations
involved many Centralites. Leading the
cast of "Sound of Music." Carol Mani-
fold and Dan Drake portrayed Maria
and Captain Von Trapp in the popular
musical production. Thespian Troupe
No, 1815 of North Central sponsored
the fall play, "Under the Sycamore
Tree." In this satire, a community of
ants, led by the Queen, Pat Dillin,
and the doctor, Bob Whitinger, pursued
the imitation of human reactions and
Also in the fall, Back-to-School Night
offered the parents of North Central
students an opportunity to get ac-
quainted and ask questions about
policies and procedures at the school.
The Class of '68 sponsored the an-
nual Senior Bonfire after the last foot-
ball game. Twenty senior girls with six
escorts modeled at the Family Jam-
boree Fashion Show.
Juniors busily organized their class
party to which the admission was a
can of food. The cans collected were
later distributed to needy families by
members of the Class Council.
At Back-to-School Night, parents of Centralites
listen attentively as Mr. Lickliter explains to them
the activities of his biology class.
During a thunderstorm, all of the von Trapp chil-
dren gather around their governess as she sings
to them about the lonely goatherd.
Fearing the mighty NC Panther hunters, "Tiger"
Bonnie Einstondig cringes atop the senior class
float entitled "Central Goes Safari."
Following weeks of planning in preparation for
the Homecoming festivities, Missy Kokos and Shor-
on Scudder add beginning touches to the National
Honor Society float which begins to take shape.
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Though trying to "block that kick," members of the Greenfield football team find the task next to im-
possible as the Panther gridder records the point-after-touchdown with aid of excellent team blocking.
Grasping her red roses, Homecoming Queen Marty Youngquist smiles rudi- Peggy Roberts, and Dini Lilly reigned with her during the half-time festivities
antly for the crowd. lLeft to rightl Princesses Carol Sue Hill, Mary Scott Smith, and of the dance, "Fonky, Fonky Broadway," the next evening.
Homecoming ame, dance heighten school Spirit
The high point of the T967 Fall Fes-
tival came when two powerful teams,
the North Central Panthers anal the
Greenfield Tigers clashed to decide a
victory for North Central.
For the second year, the Student
Council sponsored the tricycle race
which proved to be an interesting and
exciting experience. The victors Juniors
Kari Dunn, Laurie Dustman, Barbara
Eden and Karen Duggan out-pedalecl
one hundred other team entries. The
school spirit was also bolstered this
year by selling corsages.
Begun early in the fall, five floats
were completed in top secret. The tra-
ditional float parade included "Central
Goes Safari" by Senior Class Council,
"Tigers Get Plowed in a Greenfield"
by homeroom E l48, "North Central
Variety Pack" by homeroom B 537 and
"Panthers Trample Tiger Lillies" by
National Honor Society. The NHS float
won first place.
Last year's Homecoming Queen,
Mert Stander, returned to crown her
successor Marty Youngquist. "Fonky,
Fonky Broadway" was the scene of
cott Clayton's crowning on the follow-
ing evening in the student center.
On their float, "Panthers Trample Tiger-Lillies," members of the National Honor Society find themselves
looking up at CI huge shoe as it gradually lowers itself in an effort to trample them.
Holiday spirit creates winte
During "Under the Sycamore Tree" Queen Ant lPat Dillinl remains aloof to Patterson, Christy Pfeiffer and Irene Stillermanl. This play depicted an ant
Scientist lBob Whittingerl, Chief Statistician lBill Carrolll, and Workers lRon society, and proved to be a satire on humanity.
Reigning at the Christmas dance "Meet Me Under
the Mistletoe" were iback rowl Steve Clayton,
John Walters, Bob Habig, Ifront rowl Joy Leim-
bach, Nancy McClain, and Judy Allen. Seniors
John Walters and Nancy McClain reigned as
King and Queen of the festivities.
Holiday spirit and Panther pep
mixed together to provide an exciting
atmosphere in North Central during the
winter months. Reigning over the an-
nual Christmas dance, Nancy McClain
and John Walter headed the royalty.
Junior Princess Joy Leimbach and
Prince Bob Habig, plus Sophomore
Princess Judy Allen and Prince Steve
Clayton completed the court. The Music
Department presented the a n n u a l
Christmas program for the faculty and
student body on the last day before
The accusations of two Puritan girls
echoed through the auditorium as
Arthur Miller's The Crucible was staged
as the winter play. Georgia Gresham,
Ken Hixon, Libby Curry, and Georgette
Freeman assumed the leading roles in
this tense drama about the Salem witch
trials. Another play given by the Thes-
pians was a French comedy Reynard
r the Fox, presented in a Children's The-
Panther spirit abounded during the
Panther Pep Week with the sale of
booster beanies, a poster contest
among homerooms, and the wearing
of school colors twice during the week.
Animals of the forest gather around their king
during Reynard the Fox, an annual Children's
Theater production presented by Thespians.
Spirititis hits North Central in full force during Panther Pep Week as Judy Stone and Frank Senecal
persuade Jeff Simon to buy a North Central pin to ga with his booster beanie.
Rollicklng about the stage, a chorusvline of Santa Clauses entertains the audience during the per-
formance of the A Cappella Choir in the Christmas convocation before vacation.
During a scene form Guys and Molls .lan Lingeman and the gang lleft to Wolf pause to reminisce a moment before ioining in a chorus of "There ls
rightl Mike Elliott Mark Harshman Don Waller Steve Bridges, and Gary Nothing Like a Thug," one of several songs adapted to the "twenties" theme.
.lunior Spec Chairman are lfronl rowt Karen Duggan, Jeanette Komsiski, Allison Brown, Malli Oliver,
lsecond rowl Barbara de Raismes, Betsy Waller, Kathy Madinger, Ned Sterner, and Kathy Franz.
T.V. Reporters lMike Muller and Sandy Yoshal from station WNCHS interview a local peasant Llim
Morganl to learn ofthe current events in Jan Jose, the setting in "Tequilla Country."
Five-act 1968 Junior Spec
demands patience, hard Work
As the Counterpoints opened Junior
Spectacular, all was hushed backstage.
Student coordinators Polly Wise and
Dick Williams, together with faculty
helpers Mr. Lord, Mr. Martin, and Miss
Laycock, scheduled rehearsals and saw
that all went smoothly up to the last
curtain call. Music for Spec was di-
rected by Mr. Rhinesmith. This year,
Junior Spectacular included five acts
instead of the usual four.
ln Molli Oliver and Kathy Franz's
act, "Apples, Peanuts, and Pumpkin
Pie," comic strip characters Charlie
Brown, Lucy, Linus, and Snoopy, and
others celebrated National Dog Week.
Revolution and comedy dominated
the action in the small country of San
Jose, the setting ot "Tequilla Country"
written by Kathy Madinger and
The development ot American music
from Puritan times until the present
was the theme of "Musical Meta-
morphosis" by Sharon Kramer, Pam
Kramer and Pam Hurlbut.
ln the act by Barb de Raismes, Karen
Duggan, and Betsy Waller, "Guys and
Molls," a gang pulled off the perfect
robbery, while martians, from outer
space observed American life in "The
Elmer-Splutz Report," written by Alli-
son Brown and Ned Sterner. Connie
Tarplee drew the program cover.
During a rehearsal of "Apples, Peanuts, and Pumpkin Pie," Linus lRay Ohlsonl, Snoopy Ueff Marrl,
and Peanuts lDarrell Pikel console each other over problems of raising money for National Dog Week.
Portraying Martians, Jim Alexander and Fred
Alexander are triumphant as they conquer the
world in the Spec Act "Elmer-Splutz Report."
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During activity periods students cle-
veloped self-expression while taking a
break from the regular curriculum. Pic-
tured on the opposite page is the
mural, symbolic of all of the activities
in which Centralites participate: Bell
Choir members Itop leftl receive last
minute instructions before one of their
performances, Music Men lleftl as-
semble on stage, and class council
members iabovel prepare decorations
for their prom. These are but three of
the 85 organizations open to students.
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Council strives to interest
Centralites in new activities
As North Central proceeded further
into its second decade of existence, the
Student Council again, as in the past,
accepted a leading role in furthering
the interests of the student body. The
lO7 members, under the leadership of
senior Tom Schrader and the guidance
of sponsor Mr. William Bugher, con-
tinued such traditional activities as the
College Night, Christmas dance, and
Career Day, as well as initiating such
new activities as the selling of carna-
Sludent Council Officers-Ass. Sec. Nancy Mc-
Clain, Vice-Pres. Bob Habig, Sec, Beth Burns, Pres.
Tom Schrader, and Tres. Mark Moore.
There s action in the pits with a frantic change of drivers during the qualifications for the Annual
Homecoming Trike Race in which all 'I07 hcmercoms entered teams.
tions for homecoming.
Through various committees spon-
sored loy the Council, students and
faculty expressed their feelings con-
nected with specialized areas ot school
life. Examples of this type ot communi-
cation were the cafeteria committee,
headed by senior Marty Bledsoe,
which investigated rising lunch prices
and crowded conditions in the cafe-
teria, and the radio station committee,
under the supervision of George
Bridgforth, which explored the possi-
bilities of bringing our own radio
station into existence.
During the annual college night, Jackie Dorman
asks Miami of Ohio's Admission Officer Mr.
Schuler questions concerning admission.
In order that he may park in the school lot, iunior
Steve Arnold has his car checked during one of
the Student Council's safety checks.
Student Council-Front Row: N. Sternberger, J. Allen, J. Thompson, D. Foster,
A. Corbett, P. Clay, B. Burns, N. McClain, P. Dillin, C. Hamclker, D. Howe
M. Oliver, G. Stahlhuth, S. Kahn, J. Cohen, S. Baker, K. Bessey. Second Row
K. Petersen, J. Roberts, K. Simon, E. Falender, J. Dundas, B. Brodey, K
Foster, D. Warfield, M. Smith, A. Kurtz, M. Kokos, L. Kafoure, S. Schaefer,
A. McClelland, P. Stone, L. Mueller. Third Row: G. Nefouse, B. Baie, H
Hargadon, S. Barnes, J. Hoffman, C. Mallinson, D. Witham, G. Linder, R
Hollen, L. Nahmias, M. Goldberg, J. Redmond, D. Pentecost, S. McKinney, M
Alig, S. Thompson. Fourth Row: T. Schrader, L. Habig, J. Krueger, D. Roberts,
M. Elliott, R. Fobes, T. Englehart, G. Wolf, B. Reel, D. Ward, J. Thomas, E.
Weinberg, G. Kirles, R. Hutchinson, B. Tindall. Fifth Row: D. Perkins, R.
Massena, T. Rust, R. Martin, J. Lindquist, J. Chesterfield, D. Corbin, S. Burns,
M. Harshman, G. Bridgforth, C. Zilson, D. Bennett, P. Branche, L. Karels, J.
Berger. Sixth Row: D. McCuen, S. Knowles, R. Eaton, S. Harris, D. Mitchell,
A. Gillespie, B. Rothbaum, M. Ward, J. Busch, B. Pruitt, F. Senecal, B. Howard,
A. Gibbs, L. Tavel. Seventh Row: M. Bledsoe, M. Sebastian, L. Astbury, J.
Scofield, B. White, B. Dinnsen, M. Moore, S. Overman, J. Fortune, S. Gipe,
K. Cage, T. Milch, D. Williams, D. Dawson, B. Habig.
Gary Wolf, treasurer of National Honor Society,
demonstrates the schools new Xerox copy machine
to the other officers, Mike Goldberg, pres., Chris
Brewster, vice-pres., and Karen Wolf, sec.
Dedication to service marks
Service was not iust a meaningless
word in the life of a '67-'68 Centralite,
it was a willingness to give of them-
selves that caused individuals to serve
school and community Through three
important organizations. Key Club
began its activities in the early fall
under the guidance of Phil Cockerille,
president. During the Christmas sea-
son their annual food drive collected
a record amount of food for the needy.
The sponsoring of mixers, car washes,
and o t h e r money-making events
helped finance a variety of other proi-
scholarship, character, and service
being inducted into National Honor So-
ciety. The 90-member group proved
itself a versatile organization by becom-
ing involved in activities ranging from
the construction of the winning home-
coming float to the continuation of
their tutoring program.
Dedicated to school service, the
members of the Senior Girls' League
were kept busy helping as hostesses
and guides at different functions. The
group also sponsored speakers and
programs of interest for senior girls
throughout the year, as well as holding
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May of 1967 saw school leaders in an annual tea for their mothers.
National Honor Society-Front Row: J. Schoolcraft, D. Chernin, B. Freiie, J. Quirk, S. Bellard, D. Win-
ters, M. Craig, S. Coulson, K. Murphy, E. Lennox, S. Scudder, B. Millholland, G. Stahlhuth, N. Bud-
denbaum, P. Fleek, M. Leff. Second Row: C. Bahne, G. Wolf, K. McKinney, D. DeCoursey, G. Cravey,
J. Abel, K. Wolf, K. Noland, S. Boedlt, C. Schiffli, C. Schortemeyer, J. Fletcher, P. Howell, K. Tully,
K. Bessey, J. Linderman. Third Row: R. Goodin, F. Wright, S. Miller, M. Wright, C. Martin, M. Kokos,
B. Burns, F. Binford, K. TeKolste, B. Habegger, M. Galvin, R. McPhee. Fourth Row: M. Careskey, G.
Platt, J. Lindquist, M. Wallace, C. Smith, M. Sebastian, J. Payne, A. Lindquist, S. Becker, M. Smith,
M. Goldberg, S. Passo, M. Moore, M. Wolf. Fifth Row: D. Roberts, J. Fortune, B. Rothbaum, P. Looney,
D. Toth, J. Berlin, F. Boyd, D. Pritchard, J. Pruitt, N. Lipkin, J. Lisher, P. Over, J. Ham, C. Brester,
L. Nahmias, P. Cockerille. ln early May 152 new members were inducted.
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Key Club Officers-Front Row Neil Hughes, Ike
Regenstreif, and Jay Ham. Back Row: Phil Cock-
erille, Mark Harshman, Bob Rothbaum, and John
Scofield. Phil was president this year.
Senior Girls' league Planning Board members include lleft lo rightl Nancy Joslin, Beth Bugbee, Ann
Fogle, Mrs. Betty Stokesberry, advisor, Carolyn Schiffli, Sally McVey, and Betty Jo Hayes.
Key Club-Front Row: J. Kennedy, M. Kelley, D. Witham, J. Wahl, P. Looney,
J Jagger B. Jakoubec, S. Wiggins, S. Pilate, J. Freihofer, T. Englehart, J
Morton G. Pelsue, F. Boyd, and J. Reinking. Second Row: E. Cure, J. Vance,
B Bole J. Noland, J. Wallane, D. Perkins, C. Aldous, M. Holsworth, T. Quin
to B Glasser K. McKinney, R. Aaron, W. Tutwiler, and J. Bose. Third Row
N Hughes G. Sherry, l. Regensteif, D. Roberts, M. Mills, J. Busch, B. Kam
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plain, D. Shadinger, M. Pratt, B. Zimmerman, J. Peterson, M. Muller, D. Daw-
son, ond J. Crocker. Fourth Row: D. Burney, M. Harshman, L. Gardner, J.
Burroughs, B. Meyers, N. Blickman, S. Stultz, B. Rothbaum, J. Ham, P. Cock-
erille, E. Sigal, J. Lindquist, D. Nie, and T. Heiskell. Fifth Row: J. Fortune,
J. Brandt, C. Beardshear, G. Pittenger, J. Keller, D. Drake, B. White, D.
Strong, J. Scofield, B. Sterne, T. Davis, D. Waller, and D. Patton.
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Active Travel Club members lend a helping hand to Mr. Arnold in planning the coming year's pro-
grams and guest speakers who visited the school to give students a better view of their world.
During a meeting of World Culture Club, Ann
Roth points out the lederhosen of a typical Ger-
man youth to Dana Roth and Ron Wood.
The allure of foreign lands caused
several clubs to focus their attention
away from everyday Hoosier problems
to the mysteries ot lite abroad. Through
speakers and slides, Travel Club, one
of the most popular organizations,
brought Centralites glimpses of every-
day activity from the Scandinavian
country of Finland to the tip of South
Africa, which helped give a better ap-
preciation ot cultures different from our
own. Speaking on South Africa was
student council sponsored AFS'er Jackie
Bishop. As a member of American Field
Service Club, Jackie did much to pro-
mote the goal of the club which was to
better the understanding among the
peoples of all lands.
The International Relations Club
probed into problems ot political and
current affairs. From the war in Viet
Nam to the space race with Russia, the
position ot the United States and its
relations with other nations were dis-
cussed and analyzed.
Looking at the world from a dif-
ferent angle, the World Culture Club
examined the customs, art, music, and
theater d e v e l o p e d by outstanding
countries ol the world.
AFS Club officers Fred Schwab, Donna Decoursey
and Beth Burns, and AFS exchange student Margie
Leff and Jackie Bishop admire the Oriental rug
which Margie purchased in Turkey last summer.
After the period is over, International Relations
Club members John Mackey and Doug Wrege
North Central students congregate at the annual A,F.S. coke party in order to become better acquainted discuss Red Ching with Mrs, Karl Zimmer,
with the foreign exchange students visiting the school.
Future journalists Work to
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Beverely de Raismes kindles Jim Lindermarfs Northern Lights Staff-Front Row: Tina Nehrling, Craig Capehart, A'Lelia Bundles, and Debbie Brown.
candle signifying his initiation into Quill and Second Row: Christy Pheiffer, Scott Kingdom, Chuck Tate, and Anne Ziegner. Third Row: Tony Burris,
Scroll, an international iournalism honorary. Steve Jacobs, Lee Driggers, Jim Alexander, and Debby Speake. Not pictured is the sponsor Mrs. Ramey,
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Northern Lights Editorial Board-First Row: Barb Mewhinney, Becky Neff, Scott Jackson, Susan Becker, Cheryl Diamond, Beth Harris, and Fred
Kathy Leeds, Kathy Kelly, and Andi Trais. Second Row: Lennie Cantor, Alexander. Kathy Leeds and Becky Neff served as co-editors,
While most Centralites were away
from school enjoying their favorite past
times, members of journalism staffs
put in long hours and much effort to
produce award-winning publications.
Northerner Editor Jim Linderman be-
gan work in mid-summer drawing the
layout for the yearbook. With the ar-
rival of September, twenty-nine staff
members began work in full force.
Mixers after sports events, a city-wide
ads campaign, and a record number
of subscribers financed the book.
Staff reporters and co-editors Kathy
Leeds and Becky Neff worked dili-
gently to produce the award-winning
Northern Lights. ln addition to the
regular bi-weekly issues, several
special editions were distributed to
publicize school events. This year's
Northern Lights feature editor, Scott
Jackson was elected president of the
Indiana High School Press Association.
Members of the News Bureau, headed
by Kathy Kelly and Cheryl Diamond dis-
tributed Centralite news.
J ' ' ' of award-Winning publications
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Norlherner Junior Staff-Front Row: Lennie Cantor, Stephanie Diblasio, Kathy Madinger, Marcy Jay,
and Jane Fenn. Second Row: Sue Herrmann, Sue Harlan, Connie Martin, Debbie Tower, Nancy
Scherer, Carol Fiedler, and Jon Lingeman. Third Row:
Craig Capehart, Tony Burris, and Bob Schnaclcel.
Northerner Senior Staff-Seated: Larry Tavel,
Sandy Greer, John Scofield, Editor-in-chief Jim
Linderman, and John Lindquist. Standing: Missy
Kokos, Jeannie Goll, Bonnie Einstandig, Sally Mc-
Vey, Jody Abel, Betty Jo Hayes, Georgia Cravey,
and Susie Kahn. Bob Rothbaum is not pictured.
Scenes from Merry Wives of Windsor, a popular Elizabethan comedy, are improvised by Shakespeare
Club members Kathy Johnson, Allison Brown, Duncan Grant, Ed Harmon, and Tina Nehrling.
Checking sources in Great Books Club, Phyllis
Fleming and Bev Routt prepare for a discussion of
Antigone during one of the club meetings.
English-oriented clubs formed a ma-
ior part of the activity program. An op-
portunity to further their interest in the
world's greatest writers was provided
to students through the Great Books
Club. The works of authors such as
Alexis de Toqueville, Count Leo Tols-
toy, and Aristotle became familiar to
"To be or not to be: that is the
questionf' wrote the Bard of Avon.
Famous lines such as this and the
plays from which they came were the
subiects of discussion of the Shake-
speare Club. Also spending much of
their meeting time in discussion were
members of the Poetry Club. Besides
investigating the basic mechanics of
poetry and analyzing various classical
and contemporary writers, members
also created their own original verse.
Concentrating on twentieth century
American literature and its trends, the
American Authors Club attempted to
help students gain a better understand-
ing of modern literature.
Individuals with an eye to a future
in writing found the Journalism Club a
profitable experience. Various news-
papermen spoke at club meetings to
give members a first-hand view of the
world of professional writing.
By reading samples of literature, American Authors
Club members Martha Lipscomb and Liz Evans
learn much about the history of the United States.
Fiona Wright, vice-president of the Poetry Club,
reads aloud one of her favorite selections from C
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During a visit to the North Central printing department, officers of the Journalism Club, Susan Bohard,
Jim Chesterfield, and Ann Fogle, examine galley type for an edition of the Northern Lights.
Dressed in traditional German garb, Karen Wolf
discusses Fausl with Angie Zehner for orol recid-
ings in fourlh yeor German Club.
pulling 'he lmdmonal Chrislmqs Celekirgliorl' Span' During a French Club meering Anne Fogle, Melinda Diehl and Jonef Cohen organize The involved
'5h.1ClU: InzmbggibloggmcmerWglPeG1?'iLim5gGs1nd schedule for u tutorial program designed for Those students who require uid in grammar.
excl em n s .
Language students wishing to en-
rich classroom experience elected to
ioin one ot tour foreign language
Gourmet members of the French Club
iourneyed as a group to enioy a meal
at a French restaurant. Speakers, films,
games and poplar records acquainted
the group with the true spirit ot the
Personal experiences of German
Club members highlighted club ses-
sions with discussions of various Euro-
pean nations where German is spoken.
Barbara Beck, German exchange stu-
dent, intormed members on current
issues concerning Berlin and divided
Various speakers helped Spanish
Club members to learn that Spanish
culture is not limited to Spain but ex-
tends to Mexico, Latin, and South
America. lncorporating the knowledge
learned about various cultures, an
elected program committee held a
Spanish Christmas party.
Learning that Latin does not involve
study exclusively, Latin Club members
celebrated Saturnalis, a holiday similar
to Christmas. The annual Latin Ban-
quet for all Latin students was also
sponsored by the club. Students
who attended dressed as Romans.
German exchange student Barbara Beck pauses during her lunch period to talk about pontempory
Germany and her observations of the United States with Barb Penno, Rick Shaeter, and Dim Lilly.
Enioying the height of Roman luxury, Allison Brown, Randy Bernstein, and Linda Tomlinson accept the
services of a slave during the Latin Banquet, an annual event sponsored by the Latin Club.
ist' Lear MM.
Applying make-up to an actress for a performance
of the newly formed Repertory Company, Georgia
Gresham displays her theatrical knowledge.
Using ruler and compass, officers of the Stage Crew Club, Greg Horning, Dan Hicks, Betsy Srader, and
Marsha Wright draw plans for the stage set of Crucible, this year's winter play.
National Thespiuns-Front Row: G. Horning, E. Curry, M. Wright, B. Routt, G. Stahlhuth, H. Hunt,
S. Kahn, P. Dillen, and B. Shoemaker. Second Row: L. Haskett, B. Srader, B. McCann, R. Ross, D.
Bevins, C. Gresham, S. Dankert, 5. Miller, K. Hanink, T. Updegrove, and B. Carroll. Third Row: Mr.
Henderson, D. Hicks, G. Wolf, D, Fuller, J. Vawter, G. Henn, J. Fowler, G. Stohler, L. Heilman, and
Mr. Lord. Each year the Thespians have two different Induction ceremonies.
Talented crew serves behind stage curtain
Action and effort were bywords be-
hind the scenes at North Central's the-
ater productions. Drama Club, Costume
Club, Stage Crew and National Thes-
pians cooperated in order to excel
technically as well as dramatically.
"Reynard the Fox," the annual pro-
duction of Drama Club, delighted mati-
nee audiences. Points accumulated by
participation in plays counted towards
membership in National Thespians, a
theatrical honorary society. Thespians
staged "Under the Sycamore Tree" and
Miller's "The Crucible."
Costume Club maintained an ef-
ficient catalogue of clothing which
made lion suits, priests vestments and
evening gowns readily accessible.
Stage Crew members were a select
group of stage technicians responsible
for maintaining one of the best
equipped stages in the Midwest. Light-
ing, microphones, and other sound
equipment, the construction of sets, and
the operation of stage mechanisms re-
quired elaborate coordination.
A period gown undergoes the inspection of Costume Club members Susie Springer and Gayle Stalhuth
who helped maintain an effective storage system for the various productions' costumes.
Rehearsing for a Drama Club Skit, Susie Kahn, Betty Dilk, and Anna Lukemeyer perfect their panto-
mine of a "Mexican fire drill" for a club meeting.
Mechanical knowledge heightens technical skill
Keeping abreast with the mecha-
nized age in which they live, Electron-
ics Club members became. familiar with
such devices as radios and amplifiers.
Theory was discussed in addition to
technique and method.
Personal projects brought from plan-
ning stage to completion became a
source of pride for members of Boys'
Industrial Arts Club. Work was done
in the fields of metals and woods.
In order to meet the heavy demands
of regular drafting classes, Drafting
Club provided time for its members to
complete assigned drawings and de-
Evaluating a sample of lumber Mr Bill Corbin advisor of Girls' Industrial Arts Club, explains the
criteria for ludglng the quality of wood grain and density to club member Coral Baudendistel.
signs. Topical presentations were heard
on career opportunities in drafting.
Taking over in traditionally male
fields, interested girls ioined Girls'
Auto Mechanics Club and Girls' ln-
dustrial Arts Club. Members spent
meeting time working on engines and
cars, learning to service automobiles
and make minor repairs. Automotive
theory was also presented to make the
girls better operators as well as con-
Girls' Industrial Arts Club acquainted
its members with basic tools and minor
repairs which might be encountered.
Officers of the Electronics Club Jim Wahl, Chuck
Hartley, Bob Schuman, and Jerry Reynolds acti-
vate on electronic radio transmitter.
After removing the head plate from a lathe, Jim Stahl, a member of Boys'
Industrial Arts Club, adiusts the speed of the machine. The Industrial Arts
Department makes its excellent facilities available during club meetings and
allows members to take advantage of opportunities in technical arts.
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Landborg and Shellep Dykins grease the under-
carriage of a Chevy convertible.
With the aid of u T-square and architectural tri-
angle, Tim Conly completes a proiect drawing
of a model house for Drafting Club.
Specially scaled models of a flower and a frog,
representative of the two divisions of biological
study, are placed on display for a club discussion
by Biology Club officers Ed Amos and John Perlov.
Astronomy Club members Neil Lipkin, Steve Ja-
cobs, and John Hene explain an astronomical
diagram concerning a constellation.
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Officers of the newly organized Scuba Club, John Ripma, Richie Roesch, and Dennie Garritson display
c self contained air tank, an essential item for making dives of duration.
Carefully checking the culture and conditions of a
balanced aquarium in Biology Club are officers
Steve Hill, Pat Gross, and Dana Foster.
mateur scientists approach science topicall
The physical facilities of the North
Central Science Department provided
the science clubs with excellent re-
sources for their activities.
The Aquarium Club established sev-
eral aquarium cultures for the purpose
of observation. Problems of fish be-
havior and habits, aquatic plants, and
aquarium maintenance were con-
Amateur geologists welcomed the
opportunity offered by Geology Club
to exchange and exhibit their collec-
tions of minerals, fossils and gems.
Topics ranging from advanced theory
of observational astronomy to UFO's
were presented by space-minded mem-
bers of the Astronomy Club. Members
also attended evening meetings for
field observation of stars and planets.
The newly organized Hydronauts
met with the purpose of promoting the
sport of scuba diving. Demonstrations
and speakers focused on the topic of
self contained breathing apparatus or
scuba: techniques of diving, care of
gear, safety measures, and aquatic
Biology Club, more general in its
scope, allowed students to explore
areas of natural science. Group experi-
ments and individual research were
supplemented with speakers, films,
and topical presentations by teachers.
Charlie Morse, Dennis Garrilson and Chuck Tale, responsible for the classification of mineral specimens,
grade and store igneous samples for later study by the Geology Club and regular earth science classes.
Working with the s:hooI's computer, Mu Alpha
Theta officers Bob Rothbaum, Jay Ham, and Marc
C0fe5keY lncffose 'hell Undefslcndlng of Com' As Slide Rule Club member Jane Cravey works a complicated algebra problem on the blackboard,
Plex mcfhem'-Yf'C0l 5Y57em5- fellow club member Dan Cooper checks Jane's computations with his time-saving slide rule.
Members of Mu Alpha Theta, a national honorary society for mathematicians, Geometry. included in the club's varied programs are after school seminars
listen attentively as a fellow member gives a lecture on Non-Euclidian and guest speakers who relate mathematics to the business world.
Perfection of technique and research
attracted many students to clubs in-
volving the study of math and science.
individuals with interests in spe-
cialized investigative fields ioined Sci-
ence Proiects Club. Members were in-
structed in data compilation and the
writing of scientific issues. Contro-
versial subiects such as euthanasia and
the morality of organ transplants pro-
vided topics for knowledgable ex-
Those students with a desire to learn
or improve proficiency in the use of
the slide rule found Slide Rule Club a
welcome method of instruction. After
mastering basic functions of the instru-
ment, members progressed to the
techniques of square and cube ex-
traction and the solution of logarithmic
High scholarship and s u p e rio r
achievement in the field of mathe-
matics allowed selected students to
participate in Mu Alpha Theta, a na-
tional mathematics honorary organiza-
tion devoted to the promotion of inter-
est in mathematics. Club members re-
searched areas relating to such areas
as permutations and probability for
presentation during meetings.
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Science Reading Club, outlines discussion points on the topic of infusions and protozoan cultures.
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ployment, office techniques, and manogerial-administrative methods are the president, ond Lynne Mueller, secretary.
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Solecki, and Jean Moritz, meet in a ioint-board session in order to co-ordinate future programs.
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America, a national organization dedi-
cated to promoting an interest in teach-
' ing as a career, North Central students
explored the varied aspects of educa-
tion. Highlights of the year included
the State Convention and Exploratory
Teacher's Tea in the spring.
Members of Business Club became
acquainted with various career possi-
bilities in business and industry
through meeting representatives of dif-
'ferent areas of business. Any student
who was currently enrolled in, or had
completed at least one business-educa-
tion subject was eligible for member-
Service was the main objective of
the Red Cross Club. The annual Red
'Cross membership drive and the send-
ing of Christmas packages to North
Central alumni in Vietnam were among
the proiects that benefited both school
Common interest in the medical pro-
fession unite many North Central girls
in the Future Nurses of America Club.
Speakers explained to the club mem-
bers the different facets of the career
as well as the necessary requirements
for their chosen field.
Members of Future Nurses of America, Winnie Harmon, Rosemarie Kavonaugh, and Anne Weinstein,
spread Christmas spirit to settlement children, Billy Inman and Lisa Burkes, by giving them presents.
Junior Red Cross Club members Marcia Hudson,
Debby Franz, Susan Klein, and Susie Soleckie wrap
Christmas gifts for some of the North Central
graduates now serving in Viet Nam.
As iunior Carol Edington stands patiently, fellow Clothing Club member, Diane Wilson, displays her
skill as a couturiere as she measures Carol's hem length in order to alter last year's spring coat.
Demonstrating "casting on", senior Cathy Kautz
teaches Martha Leslie the basic fundamentals em-
ployed in the knitting club.
To keep trim figures, girls not en-
rolled in Physical Education courses
ioined the Junior-Senior Girls' Exercise
Club. Their exercises included every-
thing from elementary sit-ups to such
complicated routines as "Chickentat.'
By preparing exotic dishes, members
ot the International Foods Club learned
about the cultures ot several nations.
While eating the dishes they had pre-
pared, the girls enjoyed a break in the
day's busy schedule.
Demonstrations on how to overcome
such problems as setting in sleeves and
facings helped Clothing Club members
to become proficient seamstresses.
"Knit one, pearl one," and the con-
fusion of conversation created a re-
laxed atmosphere in the Knitting Club.
Along with working their own projects
experienced knitters aided newscomers
with their headbands and sweaters.
Preparing Mince de Boeuf, International Foods
Club officers Debbie Colby and Janine Lewis learn
many facets of foreign culinary arf.
provement cultivated in clubs
"One, two, three, four! Left, righi, lefr, right!" Miss Tcvlin's booming voice pace for members of the Junior-Senior Girls' Exercise Club to follow. Knee-
rings loud and clear throughout the girls' gymnasium as she calls out The bends, sit-ups, and push-ups are all basic exercises in the club's routine.
lub members sharpen vocational techniques
Photography Club officers George Brtdgforth Jan Wnngenroth, and Mike Behnke give a presentation of
some of their photographs which all demonstrate several different techniques of photography.
Typist Jeff Russell strives to increase his speed
and accuracy in Manday's Review Typing Club.
Willingness to work was a prere-
quisite for Notehand Club. ln a class-
room atmosphere, members of the club
mastered a shorthand system that col-
lege-bound students will find very
helpful in notetaking.
The Review Typing Club gave mem-
bers an opportunity to practice and
perfect skills gained in previous typing
classes. Participants drilled mainly on
increasing their speed and accuracy.
To gain proficiency in the skill of
transcribing, students enrolled in short-
hand classes ioined the Shorthand
Centralites sincerely interested in
photography as a profession or hobby
utilized their Thursday activity periods
to discuss techniques and process in
the Photography Club. All members
contributed to the Spring Photogra-
Membership in the Art Club was re-
stricted to students with an active inter-
est in art. One of its maior protects
was the annual All-School Art Show.
diligently, Don Tavel and Steve Scherrer find creative enioyment as
advantage of the opportunity the Art Club provides for improving
Improving some of her skills at the typewriter during her activity periods every Thursday,
Reiche copies a manuscript from her notebook during Shorthand and Transcription Club.
their artistic skills. Drawing cartoon characters, mastering their lettering, and
sketching landscapes are among their favorite proiects.
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Mattson practice newly learned shorthand char-
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explains the history of the American Flag to a student of Nora Cottage.
Angler-Nimrod Club was newlyl
formed this year. Members spent thel
club periods learning different meth-
ods of fishing. They also took many
fishing trips to local lakes, rivers, and
Centralites with a special interest in
history comprised the Junior Historical
Society. To further their knowledge ol'
local and state history, member
worked on special projects and too
field trips to historical landmarks.
Seniors wishing to investigate the-
profession of teaching enrolled in th
Exploratory Teaching program. B
grading papers, m a k i n g bulletin
boards, and leading class discussions
they assisted teachers in other Wash
ington Township schools and gaine
valuable vocational experience.
Highlighting the year for the Gov
ernment Club was the mock legislatur
held in co-operation with the senio
government classes on May llth in th
Indiana State-house. Participation ac
quainted club members with the prac
tical aspects of political science. Othe
club sessions were spent by listenin
to speeches by prominent politician
on the many facets of local, state
and national politics.
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Government Club to quiz Mr. William Fortune of
the Internal Revenue Service about reform in
Indiana tax structure. Vice-president Dan Hicks
waits to ask a question.
Angler-Nimrod member Miles Fishman moors his
boat after one of many fishing excursions.
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Goldberg scramble for the proper letter cubes to complete their equations. Academic Games Club is designed to improve their logic and reasoning.
Intent upon mastering the game of chess, Senior Mike Wallace lleftl captures a pawn while
ponent, Senior Garden Shackelford contemplates his next move during Advanced Chess Club.
After completing a chess match, Paul Enright
Roger Youtsey discuss the strategy used.
Members of the 1968 North Central Chess Team include, seated from left to Standing are Alan Bower, Garden Letwin, secretary, Roger Youtsey, Raymond
right, John Von Fange, Dana Dlott, Thomas Strong, and Tom Alar, president. Ochs, and Donald Katz, the number one Chess Team player.
Intellectual games provide
Many Centralites with an interest but
no experience in chess ioined the Be-
ginning Chess Club. Members learned
the fundamentals ot the game quickly
and soon played for fun and relaxa-
tion. The highlight of the year was the
championship tournament in which
players demonstrated skills gained dur-
ing the year.
ln an atmosphere of intense con-
centration, the members ot the Ad-
vanced Chess Club spent their activity
periods becoming more proficient in
the game of chess. Throughout the
year the players participated in intra-
"Brain teasers" made learning fun
for members of Academic Games. Stu-
dents learned to apply principles of
logic and mathematics to seemingly
impossible problems. Favorite games
were "W-FF and Proof" and three-di-
Under the coaching of Mr. Camp-
bell and Mr. Cox, the North Central
Chess Team continued its winning tra-
dition this year. The varsity team, con-
sisting ot Don Katts, John Von Fange,
Dana Dlott, Alan Bower, and Tom
Alar, defeated Broad Ripple, Howe,
Brebeuf, Marshall, and Tech. On March
30, the team hosted the 2nd Annual
State Invitational Chess Team Cham-
pionship at North Central.
Beginning Chess player Tom Cunningham watches
carefully as his opponent makes a move after
much consideration and planning.
Students donate spare time
Learning to operate a printing press is only pclrt
of the instruction that Jim Whitmore receives from
Mr. Smith in the Graphic Arts Club.
With the arrival of the holiday season, senior lab
assistant Donna DeCoursey works on the annual
science department's "chemis-tree".
Library assistant Priscilla Howell extends friendly aid to Richard Aaron, one of the mony students who
uses the library for reference and leisure during school hours or on weekends.
Individuals wishing to supplement
their education in the field of science
gained knowledge and experience by
belonging to the Science Service Club.
Their duties included preparing chemi-
cals and aiding students in their
Assisting teachers in the effective
use of equipment was only one job of
Audio Visual Club members, under the
direction of Mr. McMinn. Other services
included photographing slides and
photo-lettering poster boards for the
Maintaining physical fitness and
aiding in the instruction of sophomores
was the primary goal of the Gym As-
sistants Club. Members spent their time
i perfecting demonstrations and improv-
Checking passes, delivering overdue
slips, and shelving books were only a
part of the duties of the Library Helpers
Club. Members enjoyed making use of
the facilities of the library.
Graphic Arts Club members took
delight in printing posters about the
football team as well as printing
tickets for the various school programs.
Photographing a blood cell slide with the aid of a Pentax camera attached to a microscope
be not only educational, but also interesting to Audio Visual Club member Randy Solecki.
Gym Assistants-Front Row: Patti Swenson, Nancy O'Kane, Joy Leimbach, renz, Debbie Park, and Jane Bauer. Third Row: Pam Strouse, Susie Allen,
Carol Schortemeyer, Leslie Kafoure, and Melanie Kikendall. Second Row: Mary Kay Jerman, Terri Mathews, Michelle Chiplis, Karen Geutschow, Polly
Susie Kappes, Patti Gross, Cheryl Smith, Kathy Franz, Marcy Jay, Linda Lo- Wise, Sue Hicks, and Cindy Vestel. These girls helped instruct classes.
Forensics, debate bring honors to N C
Citing current sources as references, officers Bob Perlstein, Mark Wolf, and Sandy Breisacher deliver
the affirmative resolution for federal arbitation in labor disputes to members of Debate Club.
Participation in the Indiana High
School Forensics Association tourney,
the NFL national tourney, and other
invitational tourneys was the high
point ot the year for the members ot
the National Forensics League. By
earning 25 points, students in Forensics
Club gained membership into the Na-
tional Forensics League, a national or-
ganization which sponsors schools with
active speech programs. Besides par-
ticipation in tourneys, members gave
an assembly program which included
poetry and interpretive speeches.
Members of the Debate Team Club
discussed and analyzed this year's
topic, "Resolved that Congress should
enact uniform regulations for criminal
investigation procedures." Besides re-
searching and preparing controversial
and complicated debate topics, and
traveling throughout the state to par-
ticipate in debate meets and college
sponsored events, Debate Club mem-
bers listened to demonstration meets
presented by college debate teams.
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National Forensics League-Front Row: Robert Goodin, Joel Bernstein, Kathy
Baker, Debbie Nelson, Georgette Freeman, Gail McPhee, and Diane Kranich.
Second Row: Bruce Fisch, Charles Bohne, Ron Waite, Linda Luzoder, Mike
Goldberg, and Dan Grube. Third Row: Mr. Fruits, sponsor, Mike
Billy Binkley, Mark Wolf, John Lindquist, Kipp Drummond. Fourth Row: Matt
Rohn, John Guy, Chris Brewster, Tom Milch, Robert McPhee, Steve Goodrich.
As Debate Club members listen to a guest speak- Debate Team-Front Row: Robert Goodin, Gail McPhee, Ron Waite, and Mark Wolf. Second Row:
er they concentrate on what he says to improve John Guy, Kipp Drummond, John Lindquist, vice-president, and Mr. Forrest C. Fruits, advisor. Back Row:
their debate techniques John Duvall, Robert McPhee, president, Tom Milch, Chris Brewster, and Steve Goodrich.
Members of the National Forensics League, Debbie
Nelson and John Lindquist admire the numerous
trophies won by the North Central forensics team.
Great Music Club, new this year, gave students
such as Sally Coulson, Carolyn ltce, and Bonnie
Pearson a chance to further their interest in music.
During homeroom, Mandolin Club members, Jane
Bauer, Nancy Blickenstaff, Karen Schnute, Desi
Arnold and Libbianne Clair practice.
With a steady calypsc beat provided by Dave Langfitt, president of the Youngquist rehearse for a Latin-American rendition of "Pay Me," a folk
Folk Ml-'SiC Club, Dlhef m9mlDefS, C0F0l SUS Hill, l-9Gl'l 5Cl'1UlT9, Gnd MGYTY song from Trinidad, in preparation for the program for the next meeting.
orth Central music clubs
increase cultural interests
Chamber Music Club participants en-
joyed outside speakers and demon-
strations by members who practiced
their works for state contests. Learn-
ing what to listen for in certain styles
of music and about different musical
periods were the skills that the club de-
veloped under the direction of Mr. Den-
nis. Members also worked on original
Emphasizing performances, Folk
Music Club members had the oppor-
tunity to create and perform through-
out the school year. Besides the annual
Folk Music Club assembly, various
members performed at a variety of
extracurricular activities including the
Senior Bonfire, the Key Club Conven-
tion, the Family Jamboree, the Junior
Historical Society Conference, and
Acquainting students with standard
repertoire from the Renaissance period
through the present styles of writing
music is the purpose of the Great
Music Club. The members studied par-
ticular types of music and enioyed live
demonstrations by students and groups
within the school that presented them.
A newly formed group under the
direction of Mr. Martin, the Mandolin
Choir performed at a number of local
churches, civic functions, and parties.
Club time was used to aid members
in developing new skills and songs.
Listening intently to Mr. Dennis' piano arrangement of Wolfgang Mozort's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusikj'
Chamber Music Club members Bill White, John Harley, and Leah Schulte preview a future club program.
Practicing one of their favorite songs "lf l Had A
Hammer," Susie Goldstein and Jody Hendricks
prepare for a future Folk Music Club performance.
Concert Band strives fo achieve perfection in In
Tonafion, balance, and musical expression.
Bell Choir-Front Row: J. Darrell, C. Cagle, S
Avels, S. Riddell, E. Lennox, M. Oliver, A. Kostre
vic, S. Doriof, and S. Bockstahler. Second Row
B. Twing, R. Wild, J. Waugh, M. Berney, D
Fanf, K. Bishop, and K. Kellogg.
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Throughout the year, North Central
students were continually made aware
ot the advanced musicianship of North
Central's music groups. The groups
performed tor school convocations,
special school programs, and also for
civic, religious, and private groups.
As well as advanced musicianship
the music department retained the high
standards of showmanship set by cho-
ral groups and instrumental groups in
past years. They remain one ofthe best
public relation groups at school.
Counterpoints, Girl's Ensemble, and
the Music Men are among the most
outstanding vocal groups this year.
Poise and confidence in their stage
presence marks the group's achieve-
ments as well as their vocal accom-
The Symphonic Band, Stage Band,
and North Central's orchestra are
among the outstanding instrumental
groups in Indiana. The achievements
of these groups have brought much
distinction and honor to North Central.
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Stage Band is a primary performing organization of the Band Department performing at various school
functions including convocations and Junior Spec.
North Central's orchestra under the direction of Mr, Richard Dennis has received many honors including
repeated state-wide recognition, gold medal awards, and outstanding state ratings.
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Samuel Rhinesmith, is one of the largest and best
performing organizations in the state.
Individual tone important to large groups
Girls' ChoroIn+Front Row: J. Eschenbrenner, J. Anderson, K. Slemmer, M. Nickson, C. Fulk, C. Toth, N. Moore, K. Jordan, D. Foster, J. Close, D. Rabin-
illiams, L. Dock, G. MacLenr1an, V. Harding, D. Keenan, I. Stillerman. Sec- son, P. Nunn, C. Lerman, J. King. Fourth Row: D. Pickering, M. Downard,
nd Row: M. Handley, S. Williams, L. Carbaugh, P. McCord, K. Zell, L. B. Faust, C. Carr, B. Cowan, L. Kyle, C. Behrmann, L. Whitman, N. Hodapp,
instanalig, S. Gauchat, S. Neumeier, D. Kruse, P. Morgan. Third Row: Y. D. Carpenter, B. Bacley. Mrs. Thomas and Mr. Critzer are the directors.
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purpose of this group is to obtain a sense of unity
within the group, to expose them to varied musical
selections and excellent musical quality.
Madrigals-Front Row: S. Hicks, S. Flynn, C. Moody, H. Hunt, B. Einstanding
P. Boges, C. Clutter, C. Miles, C. May, P. Woodruff, P. St. John, and S
Bockstahler. Second Row: A. Spercher, D. Bevins, S. Dean, G. Humbert, M
Jones, J. Bottoms, D. Horth, J. Mority, L. Evans, K. Brueckner, J. Hooker
Members of A Capella, the largest mixed ensemble at North Central, worked
to develop musical and a greater sense of appreciation for mixed choral
and S. Sherman. Third Row: D. Beck, B. Kaamerad, L. Douthitt, T. Rover,
D. Jezzard, D. Bond, R. Williams, C. Marvel, J. Patterson, D. Martin, S.
McCraw, B. Angell. While learning the foundation of musical showmanship,
Madrigals took part in several concerts and festivals.
literature from all periods. Sixty-five members performed at school col
convocations, and participated with other groups on the Christmas record.
Girls' Concert Choir-Front Row: Nancy Sternberger, Marcia Hudson, Mary Third Row: Karen Snyder, Karen Kennedy, Debby Baker, Kathy Simon, Patty
Elliott, Mindi Wright, Trish Plopper, Kit Prill, Bonnie Capron, and Liz Wagner. Masseno, Linda McGraw, Claudia Prosser, Nancy Meyer, Paula Van Ness,
Second Row: Dianne DeCoursey, Diana Moore, Peggy Segall, Susie Bohard, and Vickie Loeper. Fourth Row: Kathy McCormick, Carrie Wray, Patty Stone,
Edna White, Sue MacArthur, Terri Berkowitz, Sandi Carlson, and Judy Roberts. Betty Dilk, Kathy Storms, Kathy Plumb, Sue Over, Pat Keller, Laura Deck.
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Music Men-Front Row: M. Holmquist, G. Harning, B. Carroll, G, Anderson, son, and J. Kennedy. Third Row: E. Sputh, G. Everhart, J, Schofield, B.
C, Frayer, N. Jones, C. Browning, and J. Mart. Second Row: R. Howard, Bates, D. Fuller, D. Langfitt, J. Olthoff, D. Strong, and R. Patterson. Not
J. Kempler, J, Marr, B. Zimmerman, R. Fobes, S. Bridges, G. Stohler, D. Daw- pictured is J. Byers. The Music Men are directed by Mr. Robert Critzer.
The North Central High School Marching Band portrays their school spirit tines they perform during the fall football game halftimes. Many long hours
through one of the many creative formations the band applies to the rou- and hard work are necessary to perfect each halftime show.
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identg Mike Vance, sergeant-at-arms, Nancy Mc-
Clain, secretary, Bruce Blomberg, vice-president,
and Scott Clayton, sergeant-at-arms.
Backing both teams ana cneerleaaers, many booster block members received charms for perfect at-
tendance at all home games since away games were not mandatory.
Pep groups boost new North Central spmt
Assisting the cheerleaders this year
was the GirI's Booster Block with their
rhythmic hand claps, sychronized hand
motions, and enthusiastic cheers. Also,
for the first time a Boy's Booster Block
added their pep to North Central's
One of the most popular clubs at
North Central was the Panther Athletic
Club which supported the athletic
teams, personnel, and coaches. Mem-
bers also profited from demonstrations
.of gymnastics, iudo, karate, and other
more familiar sports. Officers were Don
Lawton, president, Bruce Blomberg,
vice-president, and Nancy McClain,
The Pep Band's spirited music en-
livened home football and basketball
and pep assemblies. Along
the school songs, the band played
music to which the Girl's
Block and the cheerleaders per-
With complicated and entertaining
the "Northern Stur-
under the leadership of Susan
delighted Panther fans dur-
home basketball and football halt-
s. ln addition to this, they marched
the Veteran's Day Parade.
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Corps-Front Row: M. Miller, K. Shearer, A. Ziegner C Wright Second Thompson K Nicholson E Cupp J Jordon K Wasson K Sparks J Phil
Iifton, D. Kreisher, K- Wolf, D. McGuire, J Hershey Third Row S lippee The Northern Starlettes are invited to march in several parades
ilitar discipline ehallen es NDCC Cadets
Members of the NDCC Rifle Team-Front Row: Larry Netter, Eugene Moore, Joe Schoolcraft, and
Craig Capehart. Second Row: Captain Charles Wilhelm, Robert Becker, Donald Foulke, and Robert Bell.
Members ot the National Defense
Cadet Corps received expert instruction
in techniques and skills relating to de-
fense. The curriculum included Army
tradition, achievements, and training.
The varsity rifle team, commanded
by Cadet Sergeant Maior Larry Netter,
was among the NDCC activities. They
participated in the Fitth Army match,
Indiana State Championship, and Sec-
tional and Regional matches. The team
brought great credit to North Central
when they captured the title of state
champions at Culver Military Academy.
Under the leadership of Cadet Ma-
ior Walt Schuchmann, members at the
drill team developed physical and
mental coordination and good sports-
manship. They participated in the Pur-
due lnvitational meet and in inter-
The color guard presented the na-
tional and school colors at North Cen-
Cadet sponsors assisted in the oi
tions of NDCC programs and wc
on various unit proiects such as
annual Military Ball.
NDCC Drill Team-Front Row: D. Black, D. Laux, R. Batza, S. Leninger, and W. Penn. Third Row: R. Clark, GA Pfev, R. King, B. Deford, and L. Smith.
Schuchmann, Second Row: C. Reeves, R. Haines, E. Moore, A. Holt, and O. offered students the chance to experience the demands ot military life,
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This year's NDCC Rifle Team captured the state championship at Culver, Members included lseated
left to rightl Ron Burgy, Larry Netter, lstanding left to rightl Dan Fulk, and Jae Schoolcraft.
from his work, Captain Wilhelm reflects
the recent state championship of the rifle team.
g the class lime of the North Central Defense Cadet Corps, North Cen- They strive to prepare themselves for their future service in military and
cadets drill on the precise movements of military batallion formation. civilian life by exercising their mental and physical capacities.
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lndividuals excelled in all ofthe nine
varsity sports making this athletic sea-
son the best ever in the history of
As a result, a new system of dis-
tributing the block letter "N" was de-
vised. ln all, the various teams com-
piled five county crowns, three se-
tional and two regional titles, two un-
defeated seasons, and tour different
state rankings. Contributing immensely
to the success of the 1967-68 sports
campaign were basketball standout
ltop leftl Kent Ehret and enthusiastic
football mascot Jay Weaver.
Increasing team spirit before the game, the Pan- WW
h h ddl h t I h ' .
t ers U e wget er 0 p an t elf strategy After a block that many fans mistook for a sonic boom, John Walters waits for his Northwest opponent
to get back on his feet. Blocking like this helped lead to a perfect record.
With supurb blocking by Don Lawton, Dick Tewks- G big gain during the Ben Davis game. The
bury, and Rusty Clifford, Scott Clayton heads for Panthers won 44-O. FOOTBALL-1967-VARSITY
N.C. .... 33 Carmel ......... O
N.C. .... 40 Lawrence ....... 6
N.C. .... 52 Noblesville ...... 0
N.C. .... 56 Broad Ripple .... O
N.C. .... 44 Ben Davis ....... 0
N.C. .... 28 Warren ......... 0
N.C. .... 47 Greenfield ...... 7
N.C. ..,. 48 Kokomo . . . . . . .6
N.C. .... 7 Marion .... . . .O
N.C. .... 47 Northwest ....... 6
ridmen place thirrlin final
, , PI state rankings
The varsity football team, under the
talented direction of Coach Byron
Weaver, recorded its most outstanding
season. ln both the UPI and AP polls,
the Panthers were ranked third in the
state. For the second straight year the
gridders captured the county title and
extended the number of undefeated
games to 26, the longest in the state.
ln ten games, the Panthers scored
402 points, an average of 40 tallies
per game, with 60 touchdowns, 40
PAT's and one safety to their op-
ponents' four touchdowns and one
PAT. Lawrence Central, Greenfield, Ko-
,komo, and Northwest were the only
'teams scoring against the powerful
NC defensive squad. Under the guid-
ance of quarterbacks Bob Hackleman
and Rick Lash the offensive machine
ground out 3,814 yards for an average
of 368 yards per game. The stout Pan-
ther defensive unit gave up 935 yards
for an average of only T04 yards per
contest, holding two opponents to
negative yardage. The offense totaled
1967 Varsity Football Team-Front Row: S. Elson, D. Patton, T. Schrader, D.
Bikin, D. Lawton, D. Tewksbury, S. Clayton, B. Hackleman, R. Ohlson, G.
Zimmerman, M. Cotter, S. Kautzman, and S. Phares. Second Row: Asst.
Coach Roland lnskeep, Coach Byron Weaver, Mr. Keith Stroup, D. Nees,
B. Blomberg, R. Clifford, M. Vance, S. Overman, J. Walter, D. Pritchard, J.
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115 first downs to their opponents' 46,
and the Panther passers completed 78
of T80 passes, while the defense al-
lowed only 33 of llO attempts.
This year's starting offensive line
consisted of Mike Vance, Bruce Blom-
berg, and Steve Overman, ends, Dick
Pritchard and John Walter, tackles,
Rusty Clifford and Mark Moore,
guards, and Dan Smith, center. The
backfield, sometimes called the "Awe-
some Foursome" by other teams, con-
sisted of Don Lawton and Scott Clayton
lleading scorer in countyl, halfbacks,
Dick Tewksbury at fullback, and Bob
Hackleman taking the ball at quarter-
back. Jim Jobes kicked forty extra
points. The offensive team ran their
plays from a "wing-T" position, which
led to the short pass-one of the
team's great strengths. These were
thrown by Bob Hackleman who also
set up magnificent ground plays. Most
of the season, a 4-3-4 defensive line-
up was used, under the judgement of
Mr. Roland lnskeep, defensive coach.
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Following Larry Hanaway's blocking, sophomore
Dave Hullet secures a first down during a home
reserve game against Lawrence Central.
Shewmaker, M. Moore, Mr. Eugene Cloncs, Mr. John Friedersdorf, and Mr.
Jack Schitfli, Asst, Coaches, Third Row: G. Lindner, R. Lash, J. Harcourt,
N. Kempler, D. Smith, M. Sebastian, D. Pike, G. Graham, K. Werley, D.
Ramaker, J. Jobes, and D. Brooks. The 1967 Panthers own the State's long-
est winning streak of 26 victories and one tie.
l967 Reserve Football Team-Front Row: S. Hullet, T. Hudson, M. Trues-
dell W. Johnson M. Altman S. Callawa J. Ber er Front J. Weaver D
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Pepple, D. Murphy, D. Morgan, D, Miller, R. Lempke, D. Light, and G.
Netouse. Second Row: M. Miller, J. Clark, T. Todd, R. Stephenson, T. Wal
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Charging for a first down, All-State quarterback-
Bob Hackleman mows down a Carmel tackler.
During halftime, Coach Byron Weaver di
key plays with his undefeated gridders.
lleff to rightl are Darrell Pike, George Z
man, and Roy Ohlson. Standing are Dick
bury and Gary Linder.
lace, B. Stern, D. Alexander, R. Fullmer, D. Clark, J. Eggleston, F.
comb, and H. Baldwin. Third Row: D. Briede, J. Miller,
J. Pritchard, B. Freeze, D. Mitchell, M. Christie, D. Louden, J. Marr
Eppers, W. Parker, and S. Abrams.
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ame state winning streak
The great depth of the Panthers was
illustrated by the fact that 15 team
members received recognition in news-
paper polls. Making the All-County
Offensive Team were Mike Vance, Dick
Pritchard, Mark Moore, Steve Overman,
Bruce Blomberg, Scott Clayton, and
Bob Hackleman. On the All-County De-
fensive Team were Rusty Clifford, John
Walter, Mark Moore, Dick Pritchard,
and David Nees. Voted to All-State
teams were Mike Vance, Dick Pritchard,
Mark Moore, Scott Clayton, and Bob
Hackleman, Jack Shewmaker, Rick
Lash, Dick Tewksbury, Don Lawton,
and Tom Schrader received Honorable
The reserve team had a very success-
ful season by defeating Carmel, 35-O,
Lawrence, 7-6, Beech Grove, 46-6,
Broad Ripple, 20-13, Ben Davis, 34-6,
Warren, 21-6, but lost the final game
to a powerful Arlington squad in a
closely contested 6-2 game. Games
with Speedway and Kokomo were
Nate Kempler, who moved up to
varsity after the Ben Davis game, and
Bill Huff tied with four T.D's each. Greg
Nefouse and Chuck Johnston placed
second with three T.D.'s apiece. At
quarterback Steve Clayton threw for
nine touchdowns to supplement the
scoring. The reserve squad was under
the capable leadership of Coaches
Jack Schiffli and John Friedersdorf.
Behind the blocking of Mike Vance and Don Lawton, Steve Overman skirts around the end for a
first clown against Broad Ripple, one of many in the 56-O tromping,
Scott Clayton, leading scorer in the county during
the '67 football season, scores the first touch-
down of the Lawrence Central game.
Harriers 2nd in stateg defend count title
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Sprinting toward the finish line, Mike Penington exerts C1 determined effort at the regional meet.
His placing along with the other team members aided the Panther harriers in copping the title.
'I967 Reserve Cross Country Team-Front Row: F. Alexander, M. Holt, E. Kassig, W. Norlin, T. Mote,
M. Barnett, J. Lateste, and J. Kelley. Second Row: Coach Charles Riley, B. Brody, B. Perlstein, B.
Pordrick, D. Gipe, B. Gibson, J. Krueger, L. Franklin, and Couch Arlan Lickliter.
Coach Charles Riley's powerful cross
country squad enjoyed their best sea-
son ever, capturing second place in
the state. Compiling an impressive rec-
ord, the team was defeated only
twice-both times by the state cham-
pion team, Muncie Central. During the
season, the harriers posted victories at
the Broad Ripple, Ben Davis, Pike,
Northwest, and Scecina invitational
Meets. They went on to capture their
second consecutive county crown, their
second straight sectional win, and the
school's first regional triumph.
At the state meet held at Riverside
Park, Senior Steve McNichols placed
sixth with a time of 9:52. LaSalle
Thompson was 31, Harry Penington
35, Mike Penington 36, Warren Hotte
41, and Mark Bloom 62. These out-
standing finishes clinched a second
place for the Panthers behind a highly-
touted Muncie Central squad.
An exceptional team spirit con-
tributed to the harriers success. Though
cross country is an individualistic
sport, team spirit gave the members
the extra drive to win. County cham-
pion and sixth place state finisher
Steve McNichols recorded the best time
of the year, 9:49. Voted Most Valuable
Runner by his teammates, McNichols
was the top point scorer with an aver-
age finish of 2nd, Other outstanding
individuals were LaSalle Thompson,
Harry Penington, and Mark Bloom with
average placings of 5th, llth, and
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67 Varsity Cross Country Team-Front Row: F. Alexander, S. McNichols,
Schlegel, B. Stoops, T. Rust, M. Holmquist, S. McConville, M. Penington,
and J. Kelly. Second Row: Coach Charles Riley, L. Thompson, M. Bloom
B. Pruitt, W. Hotte, D. Moore, J. Fortune, J. Laphem, and Coach Lickliter.
County Meet .......
Almost to the finish line, Steve McNichols secures
a well-earned 6th place in the State Meet.
NC...i5 Kokomo .... ...45
NC...15 Manual ...... ...57
Broad Ripple . . .. .68
NC...'l9 Howe ........ ...'l9
Ben Davis .... . . .68
NC.. .21 Warren Central . . .50
NC. . .20 Washington . . . . . .46
Arlington ..... . . .63
Lawrence Central . . .80
Shortridge .... . . .98
Pike Invitational ................... First
Scecina Invitational ..... ..First
Ben Davis invitational ..First
Sophomores ........ .... F ourth
Juniors ............ . . .Third
Seniors ............... Second
Broad Ripple Invitational . .. . .First
Northwest Invitational . . . . .First
Shortridge Invitational . . . Second
Sectional Meet . . . .First
Regional Meet . . . .First
State Meet ..... Second
arsity posts best ever 20-4 season record
Coach Arlan Lickliter's cagers with-
out dispute posted their proudest sea-
son ever this year. The 13th state
ranked varsity squad composed of six
seniors and four iuniors roared to a
victorious 20-4 record while compiling
a 12-game winning streak. The Pan-
thers got off to a strong start after
defeating a powerful New Castle team
69-63, and following two defeats by
Carmel cmd Kokomo the triumphant
roundballers captured eight straight
victories. Then on January 12, in one
of the most exciting games in county
basketball history the Panthers lost
to the Ben Davis Giants 69-67. But
success was soon to follow as N.C.
trounced Beech Grove, Warren Cen-
tral, Franklin Central, and Speedway to
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take their second county title in the
The highlight of the season took
place on February 21, at the Hinkle
Fieldhouse Sectional as N.C. bombed
Ben Davis' Giants into a 19-point hole
late in the third quarter. Then in the
fourth period the Panthers coasted to
a 73-64 victory with a total of 20
points scored by Jim Orr, 18 from Kent
Ehret, and 14 each from Rick Frosch
and Bruce Blomberg. ln the next sec-
tional game the Panthers were slightly
edged 63-58 by Tech's Titans.
Leading the greatest N.C, basketball
squad on record in scoring and re-
bounding was 6-4 Kent Ehret with a
13.7 rebound average and 18.4 points
per contest followed by Jim Orr with an
11.4 scoring average. Bruce Blomberg,
6-2 guard, broke all school assist rec-
ords by handing out 111 assists, and
at the same time he possessed the
highest scoring percentage.
Coach Arlan Lickliter triumphantly cuts down the
net after the North Central Panthers took the
County title by defeating Speedway 71-49.
NC, . .67 New Castle ......,. .63
NC. . .66 Carmel ...,........ .79
NC. . .66 Lawrence Central . . . .56
NC. . .59 Kokomo ........... .75
NC. . .53 Southport ......,... .50
NC. . .68 Frankfort ..... .. . .62
NC. . .74 Speedway ......... .73
NC...61 Tech ,............ .58
NC. . .65 Warren Central ..... .55
NC. . .94 Manual ........... .59
NC. . .67 Ben Davis .... . . . .69
NC...77 Pike ...... ....63
NC. . .96 Arlington ..... ....56
NC. . .82 Broad Ripple .. , . . .48
NC. . .93 Marshall ... . . . .56
NC...72 Marion .... ....61
NC. . .66 Northwest .... . , . .52
NC. . .91 Noblesville ......... .70
NC. . .91 Beech Grove ....... .50
NC. . .50 Warren Central ..... .43
NC.. ,7O Franklin Central ,.... .48
NC. . .71 Speedway ......... .49
NC. . .73 Ben Davis . ....64
NC...58 Tech ....63
1962 R'5e"V9 Baskdbull Team-Ffon' Row: Manage' M- CIOHCS, 5- Ffeele, Lickliter. Second Row: Coach Jack Walter, D. Clark, D. Kniptash, J. Meister
D. Highmark, L. Crowe, S. Clayton, K. Snow, F. Holloway, and Coach Arlan M. Cowser, P. Weeks, G. Cline, B. Dittus, M. Miller, and Coach Roland lnskeep
BASKET BALL-I 96 8-RESERVE
NC. . .50 New Castle ...... . . .
NC. . .50 Carmel .......... .. .
NC. . .58 Lawrence Central . . . . .
NC...5'l Kokomo .........
NC. . .53 Frankfort . .
NC. . .48 Speedway . . .
NC...53 Tech ........
NC. . .46 Warren Central . . . . . .
NC. . .45 Manual .... . . .
NC. . .57 Ben Davis . . .
NC. ..6l Arlington . ..
NC. . .66 Broad Ripple . .
NC. . .50 Marshall ....
NC. . .45 Marion .. . .
NC. . .63 Northwest .
NC. . .6'l Noblesville ....... .. .
NC. . .74 Lawrence Central
NC. . .47 Ben Davis ....... . . .
With great ease Senior forward Jim Orr pumps in a fifteen foot basket against the Noblesville
Millers. Jim compiled an outstanding l'l.4 scoring average per game this season.
Six eagers average in double
figuresg reserves set new records
Adding vital relief as both a for-
ward and a center was 6-3 Steve Over-
man who accumulated ci fine lO.9
scoring average and was the backbone
team spirit whenever he entered a
Also sharing the pivot position
6-8 Rick Frosh who maintained
valuable 9.0 rebound average, the
highest for the season. On the
side of the team supreme ball
was exhibited throughout the
by Senoir guard John Hickey
unior guards Duke Hardy and
The Reserve squad also compiled
most superlative season with an
8-2 record. After their fifth game the
eserve roundballers won 16 straight
ames including the four-way Reserve
nvitational Tourney at Warren Central.
n this particular contest the Panthers
cored an all time reserve record of
4 points against Lawrence Central.
ne of the highlights of the season
as the defeat of the Manual City
eserve champions by three points.
Southport guard lumps past as he fails to block
shot by Steven Overman for two points in a
aior upset by the Panthers early in the season.
n his way to score a quick two points, Duke
ardy drives around a Marion guard on a fast
reak, Hardy added much speed to the squad.
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high bars, switches from his regular routine to execute a scale during a free of the invitational North Central had placed second behind Columbus.
G mnasts record 9- slate,
finish second at Columbus
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While fellow teammates serve as spotters, Senior gymnast Larry Nahmias performs his specialty on
the trampoline. Larry was the third highest point man on the team.
Winning their first eight meets, th
gymnastics team finished with a stron
9-5 record. As in the past, Madiso
Heights and Columbus again proved 1'
be their toughest competition in th
state, defeating the Panthers 80-74 an
89-65, respectively. A strong Be
Davis squad was overcome by the N
gymnasts, 80-74, but later in the sea
son the Giants avenged the loss, 78
76. A great achievement of the seaso
was capturing second place at th
highly competitive Columbus lnvita
tional. ln other tournaments, the gym
nastics team took fifth place at th
Concord invitational and fourth plac
at the Warren Central Invitational
Taking place at the Regional meet, th
squad went on to finish in the state
The gymnastics team put in mor
practice hours than any other sport a
NC, starting the season in Septembe
and ending in late March. Under th
competent coaching of Mr. John Emr
the time was well spent in perfectin
routines. Team depth was an importa
factor in the gymnast's successful sea
son. John Peirce, team captain, wa
the leading point scorer for the tea
competing in the high bar, parall
bars, rings, and free exercise division
The second highest point scorer wa
Doug Ward who participated i
tumbling, free exercise, and tramp
line. Larry Nahmias, competing in th
same events, followed closely in a
cumulating points. Other outstandin
team members were Jack Harcour
whose specialty was the side-hors
and Bruce Beitman, proficient on th
NC. . . 96 Portland .,... . 58
NC. ..lO3 Pike ...... . 50
NC... 75 Wabash ... . 73
NC. . . 104 V1 Anderson . . . 4211,
NC. . . 80 Ben Davis . . . . 74
NC. . . 79 Southport . . . 75
NC. . . 95 Portland ..... . 59
NC. . . 7911, Southport ..... 73 V,
NC. . . 74 Madison Heights 80
NC. .. 65 Columbus .... . B9
NC. .. 76 Ben Davis . . . . 78
NC. . .l0'l V2 Warren Central 51 V,
NC. . . 55 Concord ..... . 99
NC. . . Madison Heights
Columbus Invitational ...........
Concord Invitational ............
Warren Central Invitational ..
Regional ........... .....
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parallel bars during a victorious meet against Portland
1968 Gymnastics Team-Front Row: Larry Nahmias Gary Cohen Doug Ward Doug Taylot Brooks
McKinney. Second Row: Byron Horine, Don Behnke John Peirce George Wilson Don Tavel Dave
Morgan. Third Row: Mr. John Emery, Bruce Hargin Stuart Monical lohn Snellenberger Barry Willey
Jack Harcourt, Bob Stoner.
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Second Row: Paul Haskett, Lou Astbury, Doug Hale, Doug Gwyn, and Coach John Shirley.
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hand return shot while playing the net position.
NC . . . 4V1 Kokomo ...... . . QV,
NC . . . 0 Lafayette Jeff . . . . 9
NC . . . 6 Shelbyville .,. ... 0
NC . . . 7 Chartrand .. ... 0
NC...4 Tech ...... ...3
NC...6 Brebeuf ...... 3
NC...6 BeechGrove... ...i
NC...4 BenDavis ..... ...3
NC . . . 4 Speedway ...... . . 3
NC . . . 3 Lawrence Central . . . 4
NC . . . 3 Pike ........... . . 4
NC . . . 4 West Lafayette .. .. . 3
NC . .. 5 Franklin Central ... . 2
NC... 3 Arlington ...,. ....4
NC . . . 2 Broad Ripple . .
NC . . . 7 Warren Central .
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The North Central High School Tennis
eam, coached by Mr. John Shirley,
ontinued their dominance of the Tennis
ourts after compiling an ll-7 season.
aced by outstanding seniors Paul
askett, Jeff Petticrew, and Doug Hale,
he '67 Panther netmen found South-
ort and Park High School to be their
oughest competitors of the season.
Returning lettermen to the '68 squad
ere seniors Rick Fobes, Mike Smart,
nd Lou Astbury. Bruce Butz and Bob
arrett was also valuable junior play-
rs contributing to the strong roster.
On September 29, the '68 team par-
icipated at Ben Davis High School in
he first statewide tennis tournament.
ith 16 sectional tournaments played
ll over the state, two singles players
nd two doubles teams were entered
rom each school. After competing with
he two top contenders, Broad Ripple
nd Arlington, the Panthers captured
he sectional title on the second day.
1967 Reserve Tennis Team-Front Row: Jim
Nicholson, Bob Garrett, Steve Arney, Fred Fehsen-
feld, and Mark Holmquist. Second Row: Frank
Senecal, Bruce Butz, Brian Kinsey, Tracy Black, and
John Borton. On his first serve lbelowl Paul
Haskett aces his opponent during a home match
with Park High School.
1967 Varsity Golf Team-Scott Fritschle, Bob Koschmann, Larry Hendricks, Dennis Huffman, Lee Blake,
and Jeff Peeler, Koschmann will be the only returning letterman next season
1967 Reserve Golf Team-Denny Dawson, Steve
Sutton, Marc Raphael, Dave Carden, and Jack
Deckard, all of whom are unclerclassmen.
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Under the dedicated direction of
Coach John Friedersdorf, the 1967
varsity golf team stroked their way
through the season winning 18
matches while only losing 6. Outstand-
ing individual team members Dennis
Huffman, Lee Blake, Scott Fritschle, Jeff
Peeler, and Bob Koschmann, together
compiling an unbelievable 79.5 season
average, were instrumental in the
linksmen's registering of such an im-'
Exceptional performances by Dennis
Huffman and Lee Blake plus consistent
play by the entire squad contributed
to the golf team's success in toi
ment play. At the Bloomington
versity High School Invitational
again at the Columbus Invitational
linksmen topped some of the st
competition in the state to place
The highlight of the season was
ning the County tournament.
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Despite the layoff from practice, the Panthers defeated Kokomo, 5 V, to 4 V,.
his eight iron with perfect form Denny
'1 lat rightl pitches the ball from the sand-
onto the 15th green during the Arlington
The locals won 7 V, -4V1 .
re Gary Gan! takes a few practice strokes
chipping on to the last green at Riverside
Course to record a par 5 for the hole.
NC. . . 4 Lebanon ..... .11
NC. . . 9 Logansport . . . . .6
NC. . . 5 Brebeuf ,.... . .7
NC. . .12 Beech Grove . . ..O
NC. . . 5V, Kokomo ...... . .4V,
NC. . .12 Fraklin Central . ..O
NC...'l'lV1 Pike ......... ...Vg
NC. .. 2 Madison Heights .10
NC. , . 9V, Southport ..... . .2V,
NC. . . 5V, Speedway .... . .6V,
NC. . . 11 Warren Central . .1
NC...'lO Ben Davis .... ..2
NC. . . 9V, Lawrence . . . . 2V,
NC...10 Park ....... ..2
NC... 9 Ben Davis ..3
NC...12 Carmel .... ..O
NC. . . l0V, Noblesville . . . . .1 V1
NC. . . 9 Pike ...... . . .3
NC. .168 Columbus . . 162
NC. . .1OV, Shortridge . . .1 V,
NC. . . 1 Lebanon .... .11
NC. . .1OV, Broad Ripple . . . .1'V,
NC. . . 7V1 Arlington .... . .4V,
NC...1O Manual ..O
Bloomington Invitational . . . . . .lst
Columbus Invitational . . . . . . .1st
County Tournament .... . . . 1st
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'I967 Varsity Baseball Team Front Row L Baker lmanagerl, R. Weinheimer, J. Hickey. Third Row: D. Bikin, T. Scott, K. Undercoffer, M. Dinwiddie, B.
lbat boyl and D Phillips Iassistant managerl Second Row: Coach Tom Fritsch, S. Detmer, and D. Toth. Fourth Row: S. Adams, J. Klein, K. Ehret, S.
Bradley M Moore F Bodwell D Burgess S Thompson, B. Hackleman, and Overman, R- BeCITlYi J- Off. Gnd 54 Cl0yfOf1-
arsity baseballers batter
teams 10 shutouts
Hard work and desire paid off for
Coach Tom Bradley's T967 varsity
baseball squad as they amassed an
impressive 15,8 record against some
of the toughest competition in the
state. Recording TO shutouts, the dia-
mondmen were aided by a strong
pitching staff composed of Ron Beatty,
Kent Ehret, Jeff Klein, Jim Orr, Steve
Overman, and Steve Thompson. These
individuals compiled a fantastic com-
bined Earned Run Average lERAl of
Highlights of the season were an
exhibition game played at Bush Sta-
dium and the initiation of double-
headers. For the past several years the
Indianapolis Indians have established
the policy of selecting a few strong
central Indiana teams for exhibition
games at Bush Stadium. This year
Varsity stand-out pitcher Steve Overman prepares
to fire a fast ball to a Broad Ripple batter.
North Central was chosen as one o
these teams and topped a powerful
Kokomo team by l-O. Saturday double-
headers were innovated this season fo
the benefit of fans and parents.
North Central hosted the Sectiona
and Regional portions of lndiana's firs
high school baseball tournament to b
held since l9l7. In the Sectional, th
diamondmen downed Brebeuf l-O i
the first game, but were edged in th
final innings of an exciting 3-2 gam
by eventual state runner-up Arlington
Under the competent direction o
Coach Glen Schmucker, the reserv
team completed the season with
strong l4-3 record. The reserves pur
sued the goal of learning basic base
ball fundamentals which they will us
as varsity team members. Six letterme
including Kent Ehret, Jim Orr, Stev
Overman, John Hickey, Bob Hackle
man, and Scott Clayton, plus the re
serves will compose next year's squad
NC... 3 Pike ....... ....1
NC... 4 Pike ...., ....O
NC... 0 Lawrence l
NC . . . 6 Tech ,,..... . . . O
NC . . . 4 Northwest . . . . . 3
NC . . . 2 Northwest . . . . . . l
NC . . , 4 Lebanon ........ . . 2
NC . .. 9 Broad Ripple .... . . O
NC . . . 2 Madison Heights . . . O
NC . . . 2 Warren Central . . . . 3
NC . . . 0 Southport .... . . . . l
NC . .. 0 Southport . . .. .. l
NC... 6 Howe ....... ....2
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Prior to szoring the lead run, senior Skip Adams slides into third base. The Panthers won this game NC . . . 1 Brebeuf . .. . . . . 0
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Gacllema, D. Hardy, R. Langford, J. Fairman, and B. Huff. Second Row: R. H- Bdldwin, D- Romakefi -ls M055, and D- Patton lmanugefl- The 7959519
Hurwitz lmanagerl, R. Lash, J. Busch, G, Graham, J. Pruitt, J. Harpooll and Squad, in addition to gaining valuable experience, had a successful season.
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NC . .. l Ben Davis ...... .. O
NC .. . l Kokomo , ....... . . 0
NC . . . l Shelbyville ...... .. O
NC . .. i Lafayette Jeff .,.. . 3
NC . .. 4 Arlington ....... .. 5
NC...lO Pike ...... ....O l
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1967 Track Team-Front Row: D. Tewksbury, M. Vance, P. Thompson, J.
Murphy, T. Garrity, J. Krueger, B. Pruitt, B. Brody, D. Moore, S. McNichols,
B. Abrams, G, Schlegel. Second Row: N. Fogel, C. Tate, J. Reinking, M.
Aycack, J. Bromley, B. Blomberg, P. Ford, B. Lancet, M. Bloom, L. Thompson,
S. Hill, R. Grant. Third Row: F. Alexander, M. Elliot, T. Schrader, B,
Stoops, J. Walter, J. Waugh, D. Reel, J. Olthoff, J. Fortune, B. Perlstein, M.
Holt, S. Ellson. Fourth Row: G. Linder, R. Marschke, R. Callaway, B. Thomas,
V. Bareither, R. Frosch, W. Hotte, J. Murdock, T. Diaz, S. Calderon, B. Lempke.
NC . , , 45 Lawrence Central . ,. 55
NC . . . 77 Lawrence Central . . . 41
NC . . . 68 Brebeuf .......... . 50
NC . . . 59V1 Warren Central ...... 5BV1
NC...l5 Kokomo ...... ...iO3
NC , . . 68 Southport ..., .. . 57
Martinsville . , .. . il
NC . . . 38 Washington .. . . . 78
Southport . . . . . 32
NC . . . 58 Richmond ,. . . . . 82
Shortridge . . . , 46
NC..,7'l BenDavis.. ...49
Carmel ... .. . 28
North Central Relays ....... .... 2 nd
Kokomo Relays ....,, . . . . . Sth
Sectional ...... . . 3rd
Regional .... . . 5th
County . . . . lst
With only a few strides left, Bruce Blomberg exerts
all energy to place first in the mile relay.
Traokmen first in county, set new records
Through the combined efforts of the
entire 1967 Track Team, the trackmen
highlighted a successful season by
placing first in the Marion County
Meet. Individually, Van Bareither set
a new school record as he ran the half
mile in l:59.3. The mile relay team,
composed of Bruce Blomberg, Bill
Lancet, Paul Ford, and Van Bareither,
ran a record breaking time of 3:29.-4
while coping a new county record. ln
the 440 Bruce Blomberg tied for the
city-county championship at 51.5.
Contributing additional points toward
the county title were Steve McNichols
and his third in the two mile run and
l.aSalle Thompson's third in the mile
Some of the best Panther perfor-
mances of the season were displayed
in the Sectional meet although the
squad lost to Brebeuf and Lawrence.
Seven runners qualified for the State
meet and five other boys advanced to
the Regional meet. With his best time
of the season, 41334, LaSalle Thomp-
son captured a second in the mile run,
and Van Bareither placed second in
the 880 while smashing the old school
record of l:59.3 with his l:58.3.
Achieving individual awards in
various field events during the Sec-
tional were Dick Pritchard in the shot
put and Tom Dunn in the pole vault,
Pete Thompson, i966 county champ,
also added a Sectional title to his
awards by clearing the 6'2" mark in
the high lump competition.
Mark Bloom takes off for ci second place in the distance relay after a baton hand-all from Jim
Bromley. North Central finished second in this triangular meet with Washington and Southport.
Brad Thomas prurtices numbering his steps to
achieve the best distance in the long iump.
NC. . .44 Decatur Central . . .6
NC. . .30 Warren Central . .13
NC. . .46 Lawrence Central . .8
NC. . .46 Ben Davis .... . .7
NC. . .37 Speedway . , . .ll
NC. . .39 Broad Ripple . . .ll
NC. . .42 Carmel ...... . .6
NC. . .35 Kokomo .. .ll
NC...43 Howe .... ..7
NC. . .20 Shortridge . .20
NC.,.35 Tech .... .IO
NC. . .28 Arlington . . .ll
County Meet ............... 2nd
North Central 8-Team Tourney . . .lst
Sectional Meet .........,... . lst
Regional Meet . , , .lst
, State Meet ..... .... 8 th
As his opponent attempts to move from the
acts the move by shitting his weight to the
referee's position, county champion Dave Emmert counter
rear of his man, thus maintaining his position of control
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Schoolcraft, Mark Stroh, Mike Altman, Richard Roesch, and Charles Roesch. V1-'?lS0f'l lmGf1C1Qefl- The Team fil'tiSl16Cl Ur1defBUT6Cl with G lO-O-l I'ECOrCl. Se
Second Row: Joe Kempler Imanagerl, Dick Pritchard, Dave Nees, Dave Em. niar Dick Pritchard successfullly defended his state championship.
Sophomore Charles Roesch "rides" his Pike adver-
.,g, 1 , sary during the Sectional meet. The riding time
1 Li" f l L I, l' that he gained was a decisive factor in his cap-
,'-. : V W ,, ',.,, - - A 1 turing the 95 lb. weight class crown.
Capturing the Sectional and Regional
titles, the 1968 varsity wrestling team
compiled an outstanding record. ln
ual meet competition the Panthers
ere undefeated. This made the third
ndefeated wrestling season in North
entral history. During the regular
eason Warren Central and Arlington
roved to be some of the toughest
ompetition but were vanquished by
he Panthers, 30-13 and 28-11, re-
pectively. The highlight of the season
ccurred when the grapplers came from
ehind in a closely-contested meet to
ie the 1967 state champion Shortridge,
0-20. The varsity recorded an im-
ressive 59 pins to its opponents' 8.
abig lecl the varsity in this category
ith 10 pins. Season records revealed
harles Roesch 195 lbs.1, 17-5, Richard
oesch 1103 lbs.1, 14-67 Mike Altman
112 lbs.l, 8-4, Mark Stroh 1120 lbs.1,
5-77 John Bose 1127 lbs.1, 12-4-27 Rex
alloway 1133 lbs.l, 7-3-27 Bob Habig
138 lbs.l, 26-35 Don Lawton 1145 Ibs.l,
-4-75 Bob Smith 1154 lbs.l, 11-45 Dave
mmert 1165 lbs.l, 18-2, Dave Nees
180 lbs.1, 18-35 and Dick Pritchard
Varsity standout Dick Pritchard breaks down his opponent before applying a pinning combination.
Pritchard captured the County heavyweight championship as well as successfully defending his state title.
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Thompson, Marvin Cedmonds, John Goll, Don Horning, Paul Baun. Second
Row: Martin Truesdell, Kevin Worley, Dave Lawton, John Schulenberg, Richard
Brooks, Doug Mercer, Alan Gillespie, Kirk McKinney, Doug Witham. Third
Row: Bob Hutchinson, Mike Behnke, Ray Macona, Tom Davie, Fletch Boyd,
As the referee looks on, 138 lb. Bob Habig uses
an arm hook to turn over his Ben Davis foe before
pinning him. Habig scored 10 pins this season.
NC. . .43 Decatur Central ..... . .3
NC. . .31 Warren Central ..... .10
NC. . .44 Lawrence Central .... . .5
NC...32 Ben Davis ...... ....8
NC. . .42 Speedway .... . . . .0
NC. . .46 Broad Ripple .. . . . .5
NC...40 Carmel ..... ...11
NC...50 Kokomo ....5
NC...39 Howe ..... ...13
NC. . .45 Shortridge . . . . . .13
NC...46 Tech ...... ....5
NC...34 Manual .. ...13
NC. . .40 Arlington . . ....8
Note Kempler, Bill Parker, Steve Calloway, Scott Peterson, Jay Burger. Fourth
Row: Coach Keith Farrand, George Zimmerman, Randy Richards, Brad Stern,
Terry Todd, Dave Copenhaver, Martin Bledsoe, Jack Shewmaker, Dick Clay-
comb, Rusty Clifford, Steve Gipe. The reserve team had an outstanding year
by compiling a fantastic 13-0 record during the regular season.
In a characteristic move, Don Lawton applies a
"figure-four" to his foe during the championship
match at the NC 8-team tourney.
rapplers gain sectional, regional crowns
At the county meet the Panthers bet-
tered last year's fourth place finish by
capturing second. Centralites captured
individual county championship titles
in the 165 lb. class with Dave Emmert
and in the heavyweight division with
Dick Pritchard. The annual 8-team tour-
nament held at North Central again
fell to Coach Farrand's aggressive
wrestlers with two individual cham-
pions, Don Lawton and Dave Emmert.
At the Sectional meet the grapplers
captured first place to successfully de-
fend the Sectional crown. The six in-
dividual champions, Charles Roesch,
Mike Altman, Mark Stroh, John Bose,
Bob Habig, and Dick Pritchard ad-
vanced to the Regional meet the fol-
lowing Saturday. An all out effort on
behalf of these individuals led the
matmen to capture the Regional title.
However, the Panthers recorded only
one individual winner, Dick Pritchard.
At the state meet, Pritchard edged his
opponent 2-1 in the final match to
successfully defend his state heavy-
weight championship title. His victory
gave the grapplers an 8th place stand-
ing in the state.
Exceeding the varsity by winning all
their matches, the reserve team gained
valuable experience and knowledge of
basic wrestling fundamentals.
In order to score the needed point in his closely-contested match, reserve team member Kevin Worley
struggles to escape from a cross-body ride put on by his Carmel opponent.
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1968 Reserve Cheerleaders-Joy Leimbach lleftl, Kari Dunn lrightl, Candy Cluster, Terry Mathews, and
Debbie Daniels lin middle, front to backl. All of these iuniors will be eligible for varsity next year.
The cheerleaders worked hard at
developing new yells and promoting
an even greater school spirit this year.
The varsity cheerleaders were chosen
in the spring by the Class and Stu-
dent Councils. The reserve cheerlead-
ers, selected in the fall, also led en-
thusiasm in addition to supporting a
successful reserve season.
The hard work and dedication of the
coaches reaped many rewards as the
Panthers had their most successful ath-
letic season. The coaches' unselfish do-
nations of time spent after school
helped to develop sportsmanship, skill,
stamina, and individual self con-
fidence. These traits combined, have
put the North Central Panthers in the
ranks of a state athletic power.
The Lettermen's Club, sponsored by
Mr. Keith Stroup, proved to be an in-
dispensable help by publishing and
distributing the programs for every
home football and basketball game.
The members were those who had
earned a varsity letter in any of the
nine sports engaged in inter school
competition. Serving as officers this
year were: Steve McNichols, presidentg
John Walter, vice president, Steve Over-
man, treasurer, and Mark Moore, sec-
retary. The club sponsored an all
school mixer this year after the Marion
basketball game. The movie camera
purchased by the club last year was
used extensively and fully appreciated.
Cheerleaders spent much time in practicing and developing new cheers. Zaring, Nancy McClain, and Sandy Breisacher, were pioneers in using the
Other cheerleaders from Marion County watched the North Central five for "straight arm technique" that uses quick but straight motions. Under the
new routines. The varsity cheerleaders, Linda Swanson, Barb Brodey, Cathy direction of Miss Tavlin, the 1968 varsity squad led enthusiasm this year.
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Leitermen s Club-Front Row: D. Ward, D. Reel, S. Overbey, J. Hickey, S.
McNichols, R. Roesch, M. Stroh, M. Penington. Second Row: D. Toth, B.
Hacklman, D. Tewksbury, D, Emmert, L. Astbury, M. Moore, S. Kautzman,
M. Bloom. Third Row: S. Overman, B. Blomberg, T. Schrader, J. Walter,
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B. Perlstein, J. Peirce, J. Harcourt. Fourth Row: K. Ehret, S. Clayton, D
Pritchard, R. Frosch, R. Clifford, R. Fobes, J. Orr, D. Pike, S. Penington, K
Undercoffer, S. Abrams, D. Moore. More athletes earned their varsity letters
in baseball, track, golf, and tennis competition during the spring.
Coaches-lleff to rightl Mr. John Shirley, Mr.
Bill Buchanan, Mr. John Emery, Mr. Glenn Sch-
mucker, Mr. Jock Schiffli, Mr. Charles Riley,
Mr. Byron Weaver, Mr. Keith Farrand, Mr. John
Friedersdorf, Mr. Thomas Bradley, Mr. Roland Ins-
Keep, and Mr. Keith Stroup, athletic director.
During intramural bowling competition at Nora
Bowl, Roger Gillies tries for a strike to boost his
score and help his teammates win.
Proving contrary to the popular belief, girls show
their ability to play basketball in on I-M basket-
ball game as Mr. Phares watches for fouls.
game high point of I-
The very popular intramural pro-
gram at North Central, one of the most
varied in the state, started the year
under the direction of Mr. Terrell Hud-
son. There was a wide variety of
sports in which to participate includ-
ing football, tennis, basketball, swim-
ming, track, archery, volleyball, soft-
ball, wrestling, and table tennis. This
wide range of activities gave everyone
not involved in a varsity sport at the
time a chance to participate in a sport.
Approximately fifty percent of the stu-
dent body took advantage of this op-
portunity for recreation. There were 45
boys' basketball teams and 16 flag
football teams. Student intramural
bowling ended a successful season
when the student championship team
challenged the faculty team and beat
them in the faculty-student tournament.
The high point of the intramural sea-
son was the faculty-student basketball
game played between the faculty and
the I-M tourney champions, The Crim-
son Tide. The Tide led the game until
the last quarter when the Faculty All-l
Stars, led by Mr. Walter and Mr. Lick-
liter, stopped them with a 56-46 vic-
tory. The Blue Max met defeat at the
hands of the Tide in the final tourney
game played during Panther Athletio
Club which met earlier that same day
I-M basketball was divided into fouil
leagues that were based on a showin
made by the teams at the beginnin
of the season. Champions of thei
separate leagues were: Crimson Tide
league A, Orange Owls, league B
Beaver Patrollers, league C, and Ameri
can Tragedies, league D. The tea
members purchased their own uniforms
Chuck Aldous and Dick Jensen look on as their respective teammates battle program, which included flag football, table tennis, swimming, bowling,
a boys' I-M volleyball game at the edge of the net. The intramural track, gymnastics and volleyball incorporated 1,500 participants.
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Going up for the tip off, Al Dinwidclie and Denny
Dawson start an exciting game between the
Orange Owls and the PDQS.
Mike Pennington, a member of one of the sixteen
intramural football teams, rushes the line in an
after school football game held early in the fall.
Inside and outside the classroom
anyone of the 3400 individuals con-
nected with North Central may focus
his attention upon subiects of interest
to him. Pictured on the opposite page,
Alan Lebin demonstrates his skill in
iudo, and Julie Blackburn ltop lettl dis-
plays one form of self expression in her
painting. Attention of students is cen-
tered upon activity on the stage during
an assembly labovel, and at back to
school night Mr. Doney llettl explains
his program of study.
Chief North Cenlral administrator Mr. Eugene
Cloncs writes a memo concerning faculty meetings.
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New assislan! principal, Mr. James Ellsberry, han-
dles sfudenfs' schedules and major communications
i School administrators share
duties and responibilities
New administrators led the students
f North Central in a productive year,
scholastically and athletically. The
administrators brought fresh ideas
policies into the year's school ac-
Mr. Eugene Cloncs was named prin-
succeeding Mr. Milo Eiche who
been promoted to the office of As-
Superintendent. Mr. Cloncs has
active at North Central for over
years. During that time he served
assistant principal and had taught
Taking over the work of Dr. Geral-
Bagby, who is now Administrative
Assistant, Mr. James Ellsberry is vice-
principal. Mr. Ellsberry was previously
a faculty member at Burris High School
in Muncie, Indiana, and Ball State.
After serving four years as a geome-
try and physical education instructor,
Mr. Billy Lee Walker assumed the du-
ties of assistant principal. Among these
duties, Mr. Walker is responsible for
the discipline of the students.
Mr. William Bugher maintains the
position as Director of Student Ac-
tivities. Among his many duties, he co-
ordinates all Student Council activities,
including Panther Pep Week and
Student problems often require communication be-
tween Mr. Walker and parents.
Director of Student Activities, Mr. William Bugher
confers with students about varied proiects.
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Administrators-Dr. J. Everett Light, Superintendent, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Secretary, Mr. Milo
Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education, Dr. Dean Evans, Assistant Superintendent.
The Washington Township School
Board members work in coniunction
with the Administration ot maintain the
high standards ot excellence in educa-
tion. Due to the high standards of
North Central, a high percentage ot
students go on to colleges and uni-
versities. This year North Central is in
the process of going through an evalu-
ation by the North Central Association
of Universities and Secondary Schools.
Superintendent Dr. J. Everett Light
holds much responsibility as he is in
charge of co-ordinating school func-
tions tor the Washington Township
School System. Dr. Light has been with
the school system tor thirteen years.,
Secretary for Dr. Light is Mrs. Eliza-'
Assisting Dr. Light in his work are
Assistant Superintendents Dr. Dean
Evans and Mr. Milo Eiche. Dr. Evans,
was principal previously at Eastwood
Junior High School. New to the job
this year, Mr. Eiche had previously
served as principal of North Central.
Washington Township Board of Education-Mr. Ted B. Lewis, Membery Mr. Mr. Sol Blickman, First Vice-president, and Mr. John R. Mote, Secretary. The
William G. Mashaw, President, Mr. Donald G. Wilson, Second Vice-president, board meets regularly to confer about the township schools.
stablish high standards
Office Secretaries'-Mrs. Rosalie Nickels, Mrs
Gladys Lindell, Mrs. Betty McDermott, and Mrs.
Paulyne Scott. Not pictured is Mrs. Grace Whitsitt.
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Busily directing heavy traffic after school, Patrol-
man Bill Willock helps to insure the safety of all
drivers around North Central.
Patrolman Doran Keller directs school buses, stu-
dents, and faculty drivers who arrive at North
Central prior to eight o'clock bell.
New teachers plan summer vacations
Thirty-six new teachers increased the
staff to 162 during the 1967-1968
school year. Wo r ki n g diligently
Throughout the school year, they look
forward to their summer vacations.
Mr. Critzer plans to attend summer
classes at Butler University. His hobbies
include collecting art and antiques and
Norking as a designer in commercial
Mrs. Salmon plans to take graduate
work on a Ph.D. degree in clinical psy-
chology. During the summer months,
she also intends to visit Orient Point,
Long Island, and New York.
A ten-day fishing trip will highlight
the vacation days of Mr. Monroe. An-
other two-week trip will be taken in
northern Michigan, along with the
NEA convention in Dallas, Texas.
. 3 , A, ,.,,, . A . , , se , gi Mrs. Steinmetz plans a two-week
, . VV M F .. ...-..... .,-..g ....-::,- .fe trip to New Englgnd and New York
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who teaches world and English
plexed upon reading one of her students' term
Literature, devotes much time to grading papers. Per-
papers, she pauses before reaching for a reference book.
Twelve weeks in Europe will high-
light Miss Karn's summer vacation. Her
interests include art and skiing.
Mrs. Patricia Adams-English, B.S., Indiana University.
Mrs. Norma Allen-Business, B.S., Ball State University.
Mr. Millard H. Arnold-Foreign Language, A.B., Butler Uni-
versity, M.A., Indiana University.
Mr. Ray H. Atto-Social Studies, B.S., Eastern Illinois Uni-
versity, M.S., Butler University.
Mrs. Elizabeth Baggett-English, B.S., Ball State University,
M.A. Ball State University.
Miss Louise Benlaow-English, B.S., Ball State University-
M.S., Ball State University.
Miss Ruth E. Bertsch-English, B.A., Western College, M.A.
Ball State University.
Mr. Larry D. Bracken-Foreign Language, A.B., Asbury Col-
lege, M.A., University of Kentucky.
Mr. Thomas H. Bradley-Driver Education, Health Bi Safety,
Varsity Baseball Coach, BPE Purdue.
Mr. Donald C. Brewster-Social Studies, A.B. Butler Uni-
Mr. Max I. Briggs-Art, Department Chairman, B.S. Eastern
illinois University, M.S. Eastern Illinois University.
Mrs. Sara Brodt-English, B.E., University of Akron, Ohio.
Mr. John Harrison Brown-Foreign Language, BA., Indiana
University, MA., University of Wisconsin.
'Mr. William Buchanan-Fine Arts, BA., Eastern Kentucky
Mrs. Sandra Butterworth-English, B.A., MA., Indiana Uni-
,Mr. Morris A. Campbell-Social Studies, A.B., Wabash COI-
Iege, MA., DePauw University.
,Mrs. Bernice Carnell-Director of Reading Laboratories, B.S.,
ICentral Michigan University, M.S., Indiana University.
IMrs. Dorothy Claypool-English, A.B., DePauw University.
Miss Connie Climer-English, A.B., Indiana University.
!Mrs. Meriam Cohen-Business Education, B.S., Indiana Uni-
versity, MA., Butler University.
IMr. Jerry Bill Corbin-Industrial Arts, BA., Ball State Uni-
Mr. Rod Cord-Journalism, English, Yearbook Advisor, B.S.,
MA., Ball State University,
IMr. Russell Coverdale-Science, B.S., M.S., Purdue University.
iMr. Thomas R. Cox-English, B.S., Oakland City CoIIege,
M.S., Indiana State University.
r. Robert Critzer--Music, A.B., UCLA, M.M., Butler Uni-
r. William E. Cruzan-Business, B.S., Ball State University,
A., Columbia University.
rs. Betty H. Culp-Mathematics, A.B., Ohio University,
A., Ohio State University.
r. Thomas W. Davis-Social Studies, B.S., Indiana Uni-
ersity, M.S., Indiana University.
r. Carl O. Delaard-Social Studies, A.B., Wabash Coliege.
r. George Degler--Science, B.S., M.S., Purdue University.
r. Richard F. Dennis-Music, B.S., Ithaca College, M.M.,
r. David A. Dick-Science, B.S., MA., Ball State.
r. Oliver O. Dixon-Mathematics, A.B., M.S., Indiana Uni-
r. Thomas T. Doney, Jr.-Social Studies, B.S., Indiana State
r. Keith Farrand-Physical Education, M.S., Purdue Uni-
rs. Carol Finclley-Guidance, B.S., MA., Indiana State
r. James Fisher'-Practical Arts, B.S., Ball State University,
.S., Indiana State University.
r. Thomas F. Fisher-English, B.S., M.S., Indiana State
r. Charles F. Fleming-Social Studies, B.S., M.S., MA., In-
iss Jeannine Freudenberger+EngIish, A.B., Asbury College,
A., Indiana University.
Mr. John Friedersdorf-Social Studies, A.B., Wichita State
University, M.S., Indiana University.
Mr. Forest C. Fruits-English, Speech, A.B., Wabash, M.A.,
Ball State University.
Miss Donna J. Fulps--English, A.B., M.A.T., Indiana Uni-
Mr. Gordon Gish-Mathematics, A.B., M.S., Indiana Uni-
Mrs. Nancy S. Grove--Guidance, B.S., M.A., Ball State
Mr. Jan A. Guffin-English, B.S., M.A.T., Indiana University.
Mr. Norman Horner-Guidance, B.A., Indiana Central, M.A.,
Mr. H. Brown Harrison-Mathematics, B.S., M.S., Indiana
Mr. Donald W. Harvey-Mathematics, B.A., Marion College,
M.S., Butler University.
Miss Linda V. Hash-Guidanceg B.S., M.S., Indiana Uni-
Mr. Gale M. Helft-English, A.B., Indiana University.
Mr. D. C. Henderson-English, Drama, Speech, A.B., M.A.,
E. Kentucky University.
Carmichael oversees language laboratories
As technician of all language laboratories
in Washington Township Schools, Mr.
Max Carmichael prepares tapes, repairs
equipment, and oversees the use of micro-
phones and sound effects in stage pro-
ductions at North Central.
Mrs. Joan Henderson-Social Studies, A.A. Stephens Cal-
lege, B.A., Butler University.
Mrs. Ruth Anne Holla-Art, B.S., Butler University.
Mrs. Jennie Howe-Mathematics, A.B., B.S., Butler, M.A.,
Mr. Terrell G. Hudson-Social Studies, B.S., Hanover, M.S.,
Mr. Roland Inskeep-Science, B.S., M.S., Indiana State.
Mr. James A. Jenkins-English, B.S., University of Tennessee,
lM.E.d. Xavier University.
'Mr. Donald Johnson-Social Studies, B.S., Central, M.A., Ball
Miss Margaret Ann Karnes-English, B.A., Purdue, M.S.,
i Butler University.
JMrs. Grace Kass-English, B.A., Bennington College, M.A.,
iMr. Don M. Kercheval-Social Studies, A.B., Indiana Uni-
yversity, M.S., Butler University.
Mr. James E. Keyt-Art, B.S., Ball State University.
Mr. Bryan D. Kimble-Social Studies, B.S., Pennsylvania
rs. Cleo M. Kinnison-Foreign Language, M.A., University
Mrs. Ruth S. Kivett-English, A.B., B.S., Indiana University,
M.A., Columbia University.
iss Carolyn Kleifgen-Home Economics, B.S., Purdue, M.S.,
Mrs. Lucille Z. Knight-English, A.B., Indiana University,
M.S., University of Pittsburg.
Mrs. Paula Dee Knoebel-English, A.B., Indiana University,
M.S., Butler University.
Mrs. Alice T. Kraft-Foreign Language, B.A., University of
Mrs. Pamela Sue Latz-Foreign Language, A.B., Indiana
Miss Margery C. Laycock-Guidance, B.S., M.A.T., Indiana
Miss Ruth Lesley-Foreign Language, B.A., M.A., Indiana
r. Arlan Lickliter--Science, B.S., Hanover, M.S., Butler Uni-
versity, N.S.F., University of Colorado.
Mr. Earl F. Lindberg-Science, B.S., Ball State University,
M.S., Indiana University.
Mr. William H. Lord-English, Technical Theater, Speech.
B.A., M.A., Evansville University, Northwestern University.
Miss Sonya Lynn Loschky-Health Education, B.B., Indiana
Mrs. Lucille Yvonne Lowrey-English, B.S., Indiana Uni-
versity, M.A., Ball State University.
Mr. James M. Lyerly-Mathematics, M.S., Indiana State
Mr. Hugh P. McMinn-Director of Instructional Material
Center, B.S., M.S., Purdue.
Faculty enga es in numerous hobbies
Various hobbies occupy the spare
time of North Central's newest faculty
members. In addition to these activi-
ties planning tor a fascinating summer
ot 1968 engaged these teachers.
Mr. Atta has several passibilitiesg
open to him this summer. In addition.
ta teaching or attending school, he
hoped to take a vacation. He spends'
his free time reading, gardening, and!
engaging in various sports. Althoughl
Mr. Woolard has no definite summerl
plans, he will be busy with his hobbies!
of photography, reading, and bowling.
As with Mr. Woolard, Mr Davis has not
made any plans far the summer ot'
traveling, and photography.
Several ideas form the nucleus o
Mr. Harvey's plans. He intends to war
on his farm and take graduate course
at Butler University. One ot the mas
unusual past occupations belongs t
Mr. Dixon. His military career include
several maior decorations: three Presi
Teaching printing, Mr. Dave Smith demonstrates the Iinotype techniques involved in printing The demiol Unit Cimnons G Bronze STG
Northem Lights and Metro-Message to his pupils.
and a Purple Heart.
Mr. James V. Macii-Science, B.S., M.S., Ball State Uni-
Mrs. Marilyn Madigan-Mathematics, B.S., Purdue, M.A.,
Ball State University.
Mr. Phillip M. Mann-Practical Arts Department Chairman,
Township Consultant, B.S., Stout State University, M.A., Ball
Mr. Don E. Martin-Music Department Chairman, B.M.,
Butler University, M.M., Columbia University.
Miss Roberta Mathers-English, A.B., Hanover, M.A.T., ln-
Mr. Donald McClung-Practical Arts, A.B., Indiana State
Mr. Richard Brooks Meek-Social Studies, B.A., Indiana
University, M.S., Butler University.
Miss Kathryn A, Merkel-Foreign Language, A.B. Indian
Central, M.A., Indiana University.
Mrs. Jean Merritt-English, A.A., Williamwood College-
B.S., Indiana University, M.S., Butler University.
Mr. Keith E. Mohr-Physics, B.S., Manchester, M.S., Purdue.
Mr. James Monroe-Science, B.S., Purdue, M.S., Butler
Mr. Martin J. Moore-Social Studies, B.A,, DePauw, M.S.
l968, but he does eniay camping,-
Mr. Richard P. Moore-Guidance, M.S., Ball State University.
Mrs. Alice Morgan-Library, B.S., Indiana University.
Mr. Donald L. Myers-English, B.S., M.A., Ball State Uni-
Mrs. Virginia M. Nead-Home Economics, B.S., Purdue.
Miss Martha Nees-English, B.S., Purdue, M.A., University
Mr. Kenneth D. Patton-mSocial Studies, A.B., Muskingum,
Mrs. Barbara Ann Pence-English, A.B., Earlham.
Mr. William J. Phares-Science, B.S., M.A., Ball State Uni-
Miss Roleen Pickard-Business Education, M.S., Indiana
Mrs. Evelyn B. Pickrell-Business Education, B.S., M.S., ln-
Miss Anne Pihlak-Foreign Language, B.A., Butler Uni-
Mr. Robert l.. Prettyman-Science, A.B., M.A., Butler Uni-
Mrs. Edith Reese-Business Education, B.S., M.S., Butler
Mrs. Evelyn I. Rhamy-English, Newspaper Advisor, B.A.,
Mr. Samuel D. Rhinesmith-Music, Director of Bands, B.S.,
est Chester State College, Pennsylvania, M.M., Butler Uni-
r. Wilbur F. Richards-Guidance, B.S., Central Normal Col-
lege, M.S., Indiana University.
r. Charles R. Richardson-Social Studies, A.B., M.A., More-
ead State University.
r. Robert E. Richardson-Business Education, Work Ex-
erience, B.S.E., Eastern Illinois, M.A., Ball State University.
r. Charles E. Riley-Health Education, B.S., Indiana Uni-
ersity, M.S., Butler University.
rs. Nelda S. Rimstidt-English, Speech, B.A., Indiana State
niversity, M.A., Butler University.
rs. Kaaren Rodman-Foreign Language, B.A., Ball State
niversity, M.A., University of Illinois.
r. Marvin 0. Rose-Mathematics, B.S., M.S., Indiana State
rs. Jean Roy-Home Economics, B.S., M.S., Indiana State
r. Charles E. Russell-Science, A.B., Butler, M.A., Indiana
rs. Mary Elizabeth Salmon-English, B.A., Earlham, M.S.,
r. Jack Schiffli-Mathematics, A.B., University of Kentucky,
.S., Indiana University.
r. Glenn Schmucker-Science, B.S., Manchester, M.A.T.,
r. George E. Sharp-Mathematics, B.S., Oakland City Col-
ge, M.S., Indiana University, M.A., University of Michigan.
Mrs. Martha Sharp-Art, B.S., M.A., Ball State University.
Mr. John Shirley-Englishg B.S., Butler University, M.B.A.,
M.S., University of Southern California.
Mr. David S. Smith-Practical Arts, B.S., Stout State Uni-
Mrs. Mary J. Spoon-Mathematics: A.B., M.A.T., Indiana
Miss Edra P. Staffieri-Foreign Language, B.A., Penn State
University, M.A., Middlebury College.
Mr. Arnold F. Stahl-Guidance: B.S., Western Illinois Uni-
versity, M.E,D., University of Illinois.
Mrs. Joy Steinmetz-English, B.A., Butler University.
Mrs. Betty J. Stokesberry-Foreign Languagep A.B., Butlerp
M.A., Texas Christian University.
Mr. Keith Stroup-Athletic Director, B.S., Indiana State Uni-
versity, M.S., Ball State University.
Miss Joyce Tavlin-Health Education: B.S., Hanover.
Mr. H. Norman Taylor-Chairman, Social Studies Depart-
ment: A.B., M.A., State University of lowa.
Mr. Thomas E. Taylor-English: B.S., M.S., Butler University.
Spanish sponsor hite finds double image
Sponsor of the Spanish Club, Mr. .l. B.
White stares in disbelief at the papier
rnache pinata which the club members
made for their Christmas party.
iMr. Cecil Tharp-Mathematics, B.S., Indiana University.
,Mrs. Patricia Theobald-Foreign Language, B.A., Carleton,
IM.A., Indiana University.
Mrs. Beatrice Thomas-Music, B.S., M.A., Ball State Uni-
IMr. John W. Tully-Foreign Language, A.B., University of
Kentucky, M.S., Indiana University.
Mr. .lack D. Walter-Business Education, B.S., Indiana State
Mr. Robert Lee Watson-Science, B.S., Ball State University,
.S., Butler University.
Mr. Byron E. Weaver-Health Education, B.S., Purdue, M.S.,
Indiana University, M.A., Butler University.
Mr. Allan R. Weinheimer-Chairman, Mathematics Depart-
ent, B.S., M.S., Purdue.
r. Forrest E. Wells-Special Education, B.S., M.A., Ball
r. John Wendling-Foreign Language, B.S., M.S., Purdue.
Mrs. Katherine C. Wert-Library, A.B., Indiana University,
M.S., Butler University.
r. J. B. Whits-Foreign Language, A.B., M.A., University
aptain Charles R. Wilhelm-National Defense Cadet Corps,
.S., Manchester College, M.A.T., Indiana University.
rs. Helen E. Wingfield-English, A.B., M.S., Indiana Uni-
rs. Edith L. Wisner-Mathematics, A.B., DePauw, M.S., But-
r. G. L. Woodruff-Practical Arts, B.S., Indiana State Uni-
ersity, M.S., Butler University.
r. Steve Woolurd--Social Studies, B.S., Ball State Uni-
ersity, A.M., Indiana University.
r. Robert Wynkoop-Mathematics, B.A., Marian College,
aculty Members Not Pictured
RS. PAULINE BROTHERS-Music
ISS MARY BELLE DOW-Guidance
R. JOSEPH HARDING-Practical Arts
RS. RITA KARNS-Health Education
RS. PHYLLIS KIXMILLER-Foreign Language
R. DAVID MARYTN-Foreign Language
R. KENNETH WARREN-Director of Guidance
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While Senior nurse assistant Terry Kemp completes
a patient information form, Nurse Bowen calls a
mother to notify her of her son's illness.
School treasurer Mrs. Geneva Kennedy and book-
store manager Mrs. Marguerite Farkas take the
money from bookstore sales to the school vault.
Matrons Pearl Rattler, Lettie Scruggs, Anne Gibson,
and Geneva Timmons maintain cleanliness.
People behind scenes provide y
needed school services j
The nurse, bookstore managers, cus-
todians, and cafeteria staff earned
much credit this year as they main-
tained the efficient operation of North
Central. First aid and health super-
visions of students were the main ob-
iectives of the nurse, Mrs. Dorothy
Bowen. Her duties included supervision
of the sophomore hearing test and ad-
ministration of the tuberculosis test.
Nearly every student took advan-
tage of the supplies sold in the book-
store. A wide selection of equipment
was available for the convenience of
the students. Mrs. Farkas and Mrs.
Kennedy managed the bookstore withi
the help of fifteen assistants who vol-
unteered their study halls.
The well-kept appearance of they
building was maintained by the cus-N
todial staff and matrons. Clean restl
rooms, waxed floors, and polishedy
lockers were due to the services of
these dedicated workers.
Approximately 3300 lunches were
served each day in the cafeteria to the
students, faculty, and maintenance
staffs. Success of the cafeteria relied
partially on the excellent supervision
of Mrs. Shields, Manager.
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Cusfoclial Staff-Front Row: Bennie Smith, Wen-
dell Wringer, Ralph Sturdevanr. Second Row:
Everefr Davis, Jim Kendall, John Davenporl, Ed
Slater. Other members are not picrured.
Cafeieria Siaff-Fronl Row: J. Mills, K. Sickberr, Mrs. R. Shields lManagerl
H. Earle,,H. Anderson, B. Blackwood, I. Kenley, H. Voorhis, L. Blood, G. Maf-
fox, W. Wagner, and L. Wichman. Second Row: C. Rogers, M. Guinrher, E.
Adams, D. Chapman, L. Grube, L. Kelleher, M. Scoh, P. Painter, M. Whitten,
and O. Surber. Third Row: V. Rains, J. Duckworth, B. Barber, M.Lotz, L.
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Hause, A. Wall, S. Smith, M. Tipton, E, Moore, W. Fitzgerald, and A. Walkow-
ski. Fourih Row: H. Foxworthy, C. Newbold, A. Tedrowe, G. Macy, L. Perry,
T. Shackelford, I. Sparks, S. Kyle, and L. Bush. Fifih Row: B. Boffo lAssis1ant
Managerl, J. Kuneman, N. Hocker, M. Cox, G. Hughes, W. Chance, M. Perry,
M. Talbo1r, J. Beals, R. Hiatt, D. Painter, F. Miller, and D. Efringer.
arious area secretaries
integral part of school
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Checking books, organizing library records, and assisting students whenever
possible are some of the duties of library secretaries Mrs. Pam Gilbert, Mrs.
Eight women at North Central
worked diligently to insure the efficient
running of the school. The secretaries
in the attendance office, Mrs. Swigart
and Mrs. Buddenbaum, kept complete
records of all student absences. Mrs.
Clark, secretary in the guidance office,
oversaw the mailing of applications
between the school and colleges
throughout the country for hundreds of
seniors. In the audio-visual depart-
ment, Mrs. Keller helped students and
sometimes teachers in preparing visual
aids for the classrooms. Her assistant,
Mrs. Swindell, was in charge of order-
ing all films to be shown at North Cen-
tral and scheduling the use of equip-
ment. The librarians Mrs. Wert, Mrs.
Morgan, and Mrs. Tomlinson, con-
trolled the library. Their many duties
included keeping track of the location
of all books, preparing bibliographies
for teachers, and aiding students in
their search for needed materials. Stu-
dents volunteered study time in each
of these vital areas to aid in smooth
Audio-Visual Secretary Mrs. Doris Keller orders
films and administers equipment as part of her
iob. Aiding her is Mrs. Kay Swindell.
Jacquelyn Thomas, and Mrs. Patricia Tomlinson. The completion of the tasks
is necessary for efficient operation of all library facilities.
Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, secretary in The guidance
office, arranges appointmenfs between students
M and their counselors when college quesfions arise.
MIS. Gllldyi Bvddehbllvm Gnd MVS- Linnea 5WiQCH'? Wh0 Ure S9CI'eT0Yi9S in 'he form for their files. These women check an regularity of classroom ahendance
attendance office verify a studenfs absence and record it on a permanent qnd issue passes enabling u student to leave school.
Quill and Scroll-Front Row: Georgia Cravey, Jody Abel, Missy Kokos, Andi Trais, Kathy Kelly.
Second Row: Betty Jo Hayes, John Lindquist, John Scofield, Jim Linderman, Sally McVey.
National Merit Finalists-Front Row: Barb Busch, Karen Wolf, Janet Cohen,
Brenda Freiie, Sally Coulson, Jean Fletcher, Kim Noland, Patti Mullins, and
Pam Fleek. Second Row: John Jagger, Paul Over, Walt Schuchmann, John
Duvall, Georgia Crovey, Betty Jo Hayes, Rob Kail, Kirk McKinney, and Mike
Class of '68
Green and yellow were the colors of
the year as seniors strived to show
their class spirit. A maiority of the
class members demonstrated this spirit
by wearing the class colors on spe-
cified occasions, such as the conclud-
ing games, football and basketball,
and the senior bonfire.
The '68 Centralites put forth their
best efforts in supporting Homecoming
festivities. Among their proiects was
the senior class float entitled "Central
Beginning in J a n u a r y, seniors
planned amusing skits to be given in
May during the traditional Senior Tal-
ent Show. The skits were take-offs on
daily school activities.
Excitement grew as the class of 1968
began counting the number of school
days remaining for them. Tossing the
years' accumulated papers over the
student center railing at the end of
their final day proved to the seniors
that the end had come at lost.
Goldberg. Third Row: Bob Valentine, Mark Wolf, Charles Bahne, Bob Roth-
baum, Bob McPhee, Alan Hyde, Jim Pruitt, John Lindquist, and Dan Hicks.
Not pictured: Glen Allport, Sharon Bellard, James Berlin, Sarah Miller, and
Sharon Rushton. Kirk, Pom, and Bob won scholarships.
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goes safarl, Wears green, yellow
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Senior Class Council-Front Row: Priscilla Howell, Barbara Gemmer, Sandy
Greer, Peggy Roberts, Ellen Lennox ltreasurerl, Linda Jones, Sandy Breisacher,
Dini Lilly, Stephanie Dietz. Second Row: Becky Willard, Marty Youngquist
lsecretaryl, Karen Wolf, Janis Payne, Joyce Ray, Cheryl Smith, Cathy Sparren-
berger, Chris Asmus, Leah Schulte. Third Row: Dan Fairley, John Hickey, Dave
Nestor, Harold Irwin, Kirk McKinney, Jay Ham, Don Lawton lpresidentl, Dick
Tewksbury, Fourth Row: Bruce Beitman, Dave Strong, Phil Cockerille lvice-
presidentl, Tom Buschmann, Mark Bloom, Scott Clayton, John Walter, Jim
Haggard, Mr. Dick. The highlight of the senior year was the Grad Dance
followed by a breakfast which was sponsored by The Triangle Club.
Y Phil Cockerille, vice president, Ellen Lennox, trea-
surer, Marty Youngquist, secretary, and Don Law-
ton, president effectively manage the numerous
proiects of the Senior Class Council.
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Ellen Jean Abbott-Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 2-35 Madri-
gals 2-35 Spanish 3.
'Joan Dee Abel-National Honor Society 3-45 Quill and
Scroll 3-45 Junior Spectacular 35 German 35 Vice-President 45
Yearbook Staff 3, Opening Editor 45 I.U. Honors Program
in German 3.
Gail Marie Acheson-Transfer student from Des Moines 4.
'Eliece Aiman-Orchestra 2-45 Junior Spectacular 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 2-35 Travel 3-45 AFS 25 Senior Girls' League.
'Charles Thomas Akard-Chess 25 Panther Athletic 2-45
Boys' Glee Club 35 Intramurals 2-45 Boys' Booster Block 45
Junior Historical Society 4.
Tom Alar-Beginning Chess 25 Advanced Chess 35 Chess
Team 35 Drafting 2.
Charles W. Aldous-Key Club 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-45
Sophomore Class Council5 National Merit Letter of Commen-
dation5 Intramurals 2-4.
Barbara Allen-Band 2-35 Folk Music 2-4.
Steven Gary Allen-Travel 35 lntramurals 2-45 Model Rock-
et 25 Chess 2-35 Hall Monitor 2.
'Nancy Marie Alsop-Future Teachers 25 Future Nurses 25
Panther Athletic 35 Foods Assistant 35 Junior Spectacular
Usher 35 Baccalaureate Usher 3.
Cindy Anderson-Panther Athletic 2-35 Junior Historical So-
ciety 35 World Culture 25 Travel 3.
'Jenny lee Andrews-Junior Class Council5 Junior Spectacu-
lar 35 AFS 35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Senior Girls' League5 At-
tendance Office 3-45 Intramurals 4.
Sherri Sue Ardelean-Girls' Booster Block 25 Panther Athletic
2-35 Travel 3.
Linda Diane Armold-Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 25 Girls'
Booster Block 25 Band 35 Orchestra 3.
Kristi Lee Armstrong-Travel 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 At-
tendance Office Assistant 3-45 Junior Spectacular 3,
'Rebecca Irene Armstrong-Student Council Alternate 35
Madrigals 2-35 Girls' Ensemble 45 Panther Athletic 2-35 Art
25 AFS 3-4.
Christine Margaret Asmus-Panther Athletic 2-45 Spanish
2-35 Travel 35 Government 2.
'Louis Banford Astbury-Student Council Alternate 25 Ten-
nis 35 Spanish 2-35 Geology 35 AFS 25 Panther Athletic 2-3.
Andrea Ellen Ayer-Junior Class Council Alternate5 Junior
Spectacular 35 French 35 Drama 3,
'Pamela Ann Backner-FTA 45 Intramurals 25 Panther Athle-
tic 3-45 Spanish 35 Travel 35 Science Service 4.
'Mariio Bader-Transfer Student from Edna, Texas5 FTA
Treasurer 35 Student Council Alternate 45 Panther Athletic 45
Language Lab Assistant 45 Travel 3,
'Charles Bahne-Junior Spectacular Chairman 35 Debate
3-45 National Honor Society 3-45 Mu Alpha Theta 2-45 Gov-
ernment 2-45 Science Seminar 2.
' Cathy Dee Baker-Folk Music 25 Drama 2-35 Forensics 35
National Forensics League 35 Madrigals 25 Descants 2-3.
Stephen W. Baker-Sophomore Class Council Representotive5
Spanish 2-35 Panther Athletic 3,
Michael John Baldwin-Gymnastics 3-45 Panther Athletic
Richard Oliver Baldwin-Student Council Representative 35
Panther Athletic 35 Art 35 Future Business of America 3.
Foreign exchange student Jackie Bishop
from South Africa and transfer student
Aksa Sanger from Pakistan enioy a typi-
cal American high school lunch.
Foreign students enjoy American food
Jane Louise Barlow-Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 2-37 Art
Gregory Allen Basch-NDCC Rifle Team Battalion Formation
William Robert Bates-A Capella 37 Music Men 47 Baseball
3-47 Intramurals 3-47 Chemistry Lab Assistant 4.
'Gloria Annette Bough-Girls' State Representative 37 Junior
Spectacular 37 Student Council Alternate 27 Panther Athletic
2-47 Travel 37 Intramurals 3.
'Marilyn Louise Baumgardt-Orchestra 2-47 Descants 47 A
Capella 37 Panther Athletic 3-47 Booster Block 37 Chamber
Paul Edward Baun-Junior Class Council7 Panther Athletic
37 Chess 3-47 Wrestling 2-4.
Craig Anderson Beardshean-German 2-47 Panther Athletic
3-47 Gymnastics 3-47 Travel 2-4.
Richard 5. Bearss-Government 3.
Nancy E. Beatty-Transfer Student from Columbus, lndiana7
Barbara Anita Beck-ICYE Exchange Student from Berlin,
Germany7 Photography 4.
Mike Paul Beck-Electronics President 3.
'Susan Lynn Becker-Junior Spectacular 37 National Honor
Society 3-47 Newspaper Staff 47 Latin 3-47 Panther Athletic
3-47 Scholastic Award 2-3.
Jeannie Beiersdorfer-Panther Athletic 2-3,
'Bruce Joy Beitman-Sophomore Class Council7 An Presi-
dent 37 Orchestra 27 Gymnastics 37 Wrestling 27 National
Scholastic Art Gold Key Award 3.
Stephen William Bell-Intramurals 2-37 Travel 2-37 Panther
Athletic 37 Spanish 27 Art 2.
Sharon Ann Bellard-National Honor Society 3-47 German 37
Beginning Chess 37 Girls' Booster Block 2-37 Scholastic
Karen R. Bellville-Girls' Booster Block 2-35 Library Assistant
35 Panther Athletic 45 Attendance Office Assistant 45 Senior
Thomas David Below-Great Books 3.
Mark W. Bonham-Junior Historical Society 35 Advanced
Chess 35 Panther Athletic 35 Travel 3.
Abraham D. Beniamin-Art 25 Industrial Arts 35 Panther
Barham Bennett-Transfer Student from Ann Arbor, Michi-
'Janis Carol Benz-Fall Musical 3-45 Counterpoints 3-45
Panther Athletic 2-45 Gym Assistant 35 Junior Spectacular 35
Andrew Lewis Berentes-Air Space 2-35 Poetry 3-45 Science
James Edward Berlin-National Honor Society 3-45 Panther
Athletic 2-35 Chess 2-3.
James Edward Berling--Chess Team 2-35 Advanced Chess 25
Panther Athletic 35 Beginning Chess 2.
'Karen Elizabeth Bessey-National Honor Society 3-45 Na-
tional Merit Letter of Commendation 45 Triangle Club A-
ward 2-35 National Forensics League 2-45 Student Council
45 Alternate 35 Orchestra 2-35 President 4.
Dale Stanton Bikin-Transfer Student from Omaha, Nebras-
ka5 Computer 35 Panther Athletic 35 Baseball 3.
'Florence Wilson Binford-National Honor Society 3-45 Folk
Music 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 French 2,45 Senior Girls' Lea-
gue5 National Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
'l'Karen Bingham-Sophomore Class Council Representative5
Junior Class Council Representative5 Junior Spectacular Usher
Committee Chairman 35 Senior Class Council Alternate5 Folk
Jacqueline Anne Bishop-AFS Exchange Student from Jo-
hannesburg, South Africa.
Keith Douglas Bishop-AV Aide 2-45 Bell Choir 3-45 Biology
35 A Capella 2.
'Leslie Ann Bishop-Junior Spectacular 35 Travel 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 3-45 Sophomore Class Council Alternate5 Atten-
dance Office Assistant 3-45 Senior Girls' League.
Rose M. Black-FTA 25 FNA 35 Red Cross 25 Foods 2.
'Sara Ann Blackburn-Orchestra 2-45 AFS 2-45 International
Foods 3-45 Vice-President 25 Panther Athletic 3-45 Wasson's
Fashion Board Member 45 Spanish 2.
Barbara June Blanchard-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 3-45
Spanish 35 Review Tying 2.
"Martin Lewis Bledsoe-Student Council 2-35 Football 25
Wrestling 2-45 Orchestra 2-45 Panther Athletic 35 German
Neil .lay Blickman-Government 35 Panther Athletic 35 Scho-
lastic Award 2-35 Intramurals 2-35 FTA 2.
Bruce John Blomberg-Basketball 2-45 Reserve Track 2, Var-
sity 35 Football 35 Panther Athletic Vice-President 3.
'Celia M. Blood-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 25 Knitting 45
Senior Girls' League5 Home Economics Style Show 35 Review
'Mark Abram Bloom-Cross Country 2-45 Truck 2-45 Intra-
murals 2-45 Band 2-35 Section Leader 45 Junior Spectacular
35 Senior Class Council Representative.
Danny lee Bloomer.
'Sally Ann Bockstahler-Bell Choir 45 L. S. Ayres' Fashion
Board Member 45 Junior Spectacular 35 Family Jamboree
Style Show Model 45 Knitting Secretary 35 Senior Girls'
'Suzanne Boeldt-National Honor Society 3-45 Panther Ath-
letic 3-45 Chemistry Lab Assistant 45 Reading Lab Assistant
45 World Culture 35 Travel 3.
Sandra Kay Boger-Poetry 3.
William Doyle Boggess-Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 3.
.lacquelyn Bolles-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel Club 2-45
Student Council Alternate 25 Class Council Alternate 35 Junior
Alan Lee Booker-Student Helper 45 Graphic Arts Service 4.
Daryl Evelyn Boone-Acalastic Award 2-35 National Merit
Letter of Commendation 35 Reading Lab Assistant 45 AFS 45
Janet Kay Boltamiller-Typing 25 Knitting 35 Future Nurses
Alan E. Bower-Slide Rule Secretary 35 Adv. Chess 45 Chess
Team 35 Spanish 25 Drafting 3.
Susan List Boyd-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 2-35 General
Office Assistant 35 Art Vice-President 45 Folk Music 4.
"'W. Fletcher Boyd-National Honor Society 35 Football 2-45
Wrestling 3-45 Student Council Alternate 35 Key Club 45 Na-
tional Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
Pamela Kay Boyles-Girl's Booster Block 25 AV Assistant
35 German 3.
Hill Ann Bradley-Junior Spectacular 2-35 Intramurals 2,45
A Cappella 45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Senior Girls' League5
Tricycle Race 3.
Melody Jane Bradshaw-Panther Athletic 25 Madrigals 2-35
Counterpoints 45 French 25 Travel 3.
Hal L. Bramley-Panther Athletic 45 Travel 45 Arts 81 Crafts 4,
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ational Honor Society volunteers tutor students
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As part of the services rendered by
the National Honor Society, Senior
Brenda Freiie tutors Cheryl Boling in
Senior footprints and tire tracks
through the first December snowfall
emphasize the lonliness of the east
parking lot during the school day.
Snow Creates "Winter Wonderlandw
Kathleen I. Brandt-National Honor Society 3-47 Triangle
Club Award 2-37 Notehand 37 Library Assistant 2-37 Second
year state Spanish test-sixth place 3.
Steven George Bregger-Intramurals 2-37 Chess 37 Aquari-
um 37 Spanish 2-3.
'Sandra Elaine Breisacher-Reserve Cheerleading 27 Varsity
3-47 Panther Athletic 2-37 Booster Block 2-37 Assistant to
Athletic Director 37 Lead in Anne Frank 37 Debate Secretary,
Ronnie David Bremen-Spanish 37 Band 2-47 Notehand 37
Intramurals 3-47 Wrestling 2.
'Christopher Ralph Brewster-National Honor Society 3-47
National Forensic League 37 President 47 Debate Team 2-47
President 37 Marching, Concert, Pep Band 2-37 Captain 47
Student Council Alternate 3-47 Junior Spectacular Best
Male Lead 3.
'Steven Charles Bridges-Boys' Glee Club 27 A Capella 37
Lab Assistant 37 Science Service Club 37 Chess 37 Music Men
George Lewis Bridgforth-Student Council 2-47 Music Men
2-37 Junior Spectacular 2-37 Teen Guide Council School
Allan Roy Brinkman-Folk Music 2-37 Graphic Arts 37 Audio-
Rita Brock-Folk Music 27 Panther 27 Travel 2.
'Mary Jane Brown-Sophomore Class Council7 Junior Class
Council7 Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 2-37 Knitting 37 Review
George Oliver Browne-Library Assistant 27 Library Monitor
37 Travel 3.
Chris Gray Browning-Music Men 3-47 Folk Music 3-47 Pan-
ther Athletics 3-4.
Robert Thomas Bruce-Chess 37 Panther Athletic 37 Travel
37 Graphic Arts Service 47 Boys Booster Block 4.
Howard Aaron Brummer-Transfer student 37 Art 37 Slide
Marilyn Jo Brunelle-Future Nurses 3-47 Madrigals 2-37
Girls' Ensemble 47 Review Typing 2-47 Panther Athletic 4.
'Nancy Ann Brunner-Arts and Crafts 27 Panther Ahtletic
2-37 World Culture 37 Travel 37 Biology Lab Assistant 47
Science Service 4.
James Michael Buchanan-Rifle Team, Chess, Color Guard.
Nancy Louise Buddenbaum-National Honor Society 3-4,
Madrigals 2-3, AFS 4, Sophomore Class Council 2, Travel
3-4, French 3.
Beth Ann Bugbee-Junior Spectacular 3, Panther Athletic,
Travel, Girls' Exercise, Senior Girls' League Planning Board,
Junior Prom Decorations.
Barbara L. Bunes-Junior Spec. 3, Panther Athletic 2-3,
Intramurals 2, Girls' Auto Mechanics.
David Bruce Burgess.
Ronald Thomas Burgy-Rifle Team 2-3.
H. Douglas Burney-History of Math 2, German 2, Key
Club 3-4, Debate Team 2, Forensics 2, Marching Band 2-4.
'Beth Bums-Junior Spectacular Act Chairman 3, National
Honor Society 3-4, AFS, President 4, Student Council 2-3,
I'.U. Honors Program, France 3, Junior Prom Queen Candi-
.lames B. Burroughs-Key Club 3-4, Intramural Basketball
2-4, Intramural Softball 2-4, Student Council Alternate 2,
Panther Athletic 3, Junior Class Council Alternate.
Barbara Ann Busch--Intramurals 2-3, Panther Athletic 2-3,
Review Typing 3, Folk Music 2, Gym Assistant 3, Gym Assis-
Thomas A. Buschmann-Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 3, Intra-
murals I 8. Il, 2-4, Student Council Alternate 3, Chess 2.
Donald Anthony Bybee-Baseball Manager 2, Panther Athle-
tic 3-4, Key 4.
Zina Caims-Notehand 3, Debate 3.
Marilyn Sue Calderon-Girls' Chorale 2, Girls' Concert Choir
3, Poetry 3-4, A Cappella 4, Art 2.
Glenn Brian Campbell-Transfer from Clay High School in
Marc Careskey-Junior Class Council 3, National Honor So-
ciety 3-4, Junior Achievement 3, Junior Spectacular 3, ln-
tramural Football 3, Mu Alpha Theta Vice President 4.
Gail E. Carey-Travel 3, World Culture 3, Latin 3, Panther
Arlana Carla Camey-Review Typing 2-3, French Club 3,
Panther Athletic 3, Knitting Club 2-3, Home Ec Style Show.
Michael D. Carr-Folk Music, Travel.
George William Carter-Biology 3, Graphic Arts Service 3,
Photography 2, Industrial Arts 2.
Linda Sue Carter-Red Cross 2, Panther Athletic 2-3, Cloth-
Susan Jo Case-Panther Athletic 3, Foods 2, Clothing 2-3,
Spanish 2-3, Travel 3.
Eugene Irvin Casraiss Ill-Intramural Basketball 3-4, Pan-
ther Athletic 2-4, Travel 2-4, Advanced Chess, Intramural
'Debbie A. Chamberlin-Panther Athletic 3-4, FTA 4, Gym
Intramurals 2-4, Girls Exercise 2, Senior Girls' League 4,
Marching Band 2-4.
Jack D. Chandler.
Marta Kay Chapman-Foods Secretary 2, Panther Athletic
2-3, Travel 3, Scholastic Award 2-3, AFS 2.
Jerry Lee Chastan-Band, Chess, Pep, Wood Shop.
Judith M. Chastain-Cheer Block 2, Travel 2, Concert Choir
2, A Capella 3, Descants 3.
Deborah Chemin-National Honor Society 37 Madrigals 37
French 27 World Culture 37 Junior Spectacular7 Panther Athle-
Linda Citron-Panther Athletic 2-37 Scholastic Award 2-37
Trike Race 37 North Central Relays Princess 37 Intramurals 37
John R. Clark.
John M. Clark-Travel 27 Panther Athletic 2.
Steven Lloyd Claycombe-FBLA 47 Government 3-47 Panther
Athletic 3-47 Junior Historical Society 37 Air Space 27 Intra-
mural Football 4.
'Scott Clayton-Vice-President of Junior Class7 Football 2-47
Basketball 2-47 Baseball 2-47 Travel7 Panther Athletic 2-4.
Brian G. Clifford-Football, All-County 2-47 Baseball 2-47
Wrestling 47 Panther Athletic Club 3-47 Boys' State Alternate
37 Lettermen's Club 4.
Carol A. Clutter-Junior Spectacular7 Panther Athletic 2-37 A
Cappella 37 Madrigals 47 Merit Award 27 Fall Musical 4.
'Philip R. Cockerillle-Key Club 37 President 47 Student
Council 2-37 Senior Class Vice-President7 Cross Country 2-37
Track 2,47 National Honor Society 3,4.
'Karen Day Coggeshall-Junior Spectacular 27 Intramurals
2,47 Scholastic Award 2-37 Journalism 27 Panther Athletic
3-47 Senior Girls' League.
'Janet Rae Cohen-National Merit Semi-Finalist 47 National
Honor Society 3-47 French Club Secretary 2-37 Student Coun-
cil 47 Alternate 37 Scholastic Award 2-4.
Sandy Cohen--Knitting 37 Girls' Glee Club 37 Clothing 27
Folk Music 27 Panther Athletic 4.
'Hugh Conway-Senior Class Council AIternate7 Adv. Chess
2-37 Intramurals 2-47 Panther Athletic 2-37 Science Service
47 Government 4.
Robert Edward Cook-Panther Athletic 2-37 Junior Class
CounciI7 Chess 2-37 Travel 37 Angler-Nimrod Vice-president
'Robin C. Cook-Junior Spectacular7 Panther Athletic 3-47
Travel 37 Scholastic Award 37 Government 47 Class Council
Chorlo Maurono Copan-Panther Athletic 27 Travel 3-47
Stage Crew 37 Review Typing 4.
David Lee Coponhover-Key Club 3-47 Wrestling Team 2-47
Cross Country Team 37 NFL 3-47 Junior Historical Society 3-47
Panther Athletic 3-4.
Michael D. Cotter-Football 2-47 Intramural Softball 37
Chess 3-47 Drafting 4.
Sarah Luan Coulson-National Honor Society 37 Girls' En-
semble 2-47 Folk Music 27 Travel 27 AFS 2,4.
Timothy M. Cox-Panther Athletic 2-37 Metal Working.
Gary Loo Coy-Intramural Football 27 Boy's Industrial Arts
2-37 Printing Tech 4.
Mary Martha Craig-National Honor Society 37 Junior Spec-
tacular 37 Panther Athletic 2-37 Knitting 37 Science Service 3.
'Leslie Ann Cracraft-Panther Athletic 2-37 Intramural Bas-
ketball 27 Intramural Volleyball 37 Travel 37 Knitting 37
'Georgia A. Crovey-National Honor Society 3-47 Quill and
Scroll 3-47 National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist 47 NCTE
Writing Award Winner 47 Editorial Board "Etching: in
Thought" 47 Yearbook Staff 37 Activities Editor 4.
Franklin B. Cregor-Chess 2-37 Intramural Softball 37 Intra-
mural Basketball 3.
Goll Crows-Panther Athletic 2-47 Travel 2-4.
Cheryl Ann Cronk-Panther Athletic 2-47 Travel 3-47 Foods
27 Shorthand Award 3.
'Diane Lonetto Cunningham-Junior Class Council Alternate7
Stage Crew 3-47 Panther Athletic 2-37 Intramurals 2-37
French 27 Art 2.
'Elaine Marie Cupp-Baton Corp 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45
French 25 Notehand 35 Art 2,45 Scholastic Award 2-3.
'Libby Ann Curry-Thespians 35 Secretary 45 Drama 2-35
Vice-President 45 Junior Class Council5 Student Council Alter-
nate 25 Gym Assistant 35 Stagecrew 2-4.
Kathy Dailey-Girls' Booster Block 35 Panther Athletic 35
Sophomore Class Council Alternate5 Sewing 2.
'Shari Lynn Dankert-Panther Athletic 2-35 Stagecrew 3-45
Intramurals 2-45 Junior Spectacular 35 Costume 45 Junior
Spectacular Poster and Cover Designer 3.
Robert Glenn Darling Jr.-Panther Athletic 35 Gym Assistant
Shirley Ann Darring.
Delores Anne Daupert-Travel 2-35 Knitting 35 Panther
'Patricia Sue Davies-National Honor Society 3-45 Panther
Athletic 35 Clothing 25 Costume 25 Lab Assistant 45 National
Science Foundation Participant 3.
Bruce Carleton Davis-Panther Athletic 35 Beginning Chess 3.
'Thomas Lee Davis-Sophomore Class Council5 Student
Council 35 Key Club 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 French Vice-
President 45 Wrestling 3-4.
Steve Charles Davis-Panther Athletic 3.
Larry .lay Davis-Panther Athletic 3-45 Band 25 Intramurals
45 Government 45 Scuba 4.
Shelly Davis-French 35 Crafts 35 Drama 3.
'Esther Dawson-Madrigals 25 Panther Athletic 2-45 Student
Council 2-35 Counterpoints 35 Folk Music 3-45 Fall Musical 3.
'Kristina Dean-Student Council Alternate 45 Intramurals 25
Travel 25 Stagecrew 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Junior Spectacu-
Christine Diane Deering-Transfer Student from Fort Wayne,
lndiana5 Art 45 FTA 4.
winning homecoming float
As chairman of the National Honor
Society float, "Panthers Trample Tiger-
lilies," Senior Kirk McKinney devotes
much time in stuffing napkins into
chicken wire. Through the endeavors
of Kirk and other members, the NHS
float placed first in Homecoming com-
'Donna Sue DeCoursey-National Honor Society 3-4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3-4, Descants 4, Panther Athletic 2, AFS 3,
Secretary 4, Junior Spectacular.
'Susan Deer-Booster Block 2-3, Junior Historical Society
3-4, Panther Athletic 3, NBLA 4, Foods 2, Government 2.
George Louis DeFabis-NDCC Battalion Formation 4.
Howard DeFord-NDCC Battalion Formation 2-3, Intra-
murals 2-4, Graphic Arts 3-4.
Mark A. Delott-Chess 3, Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3,
Wrestling 4, lntramurals 4.
Janis Detmer-Booster Block 2, Panther Athletic 3, Atten-
dance Office Helper 3, Review Typing 3.
Ellen Mary Devine-Travel 3-4, Panther Athletic 2-3, Cloth-
ing 2, Intramurals 2.
"Cheryl Eve Diamond-Drama 2, Forensics 2, Newspaper 3,
Journalism 3, Student Council Alternate 2, News Bureau
Stephany DiBIasio-Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 3, Yearbook
Melinda Diehl-Panther Athletic 2-3, Sophomore Class Coun-
cil, Travel 3, Junior Spectacular, l.U. Honors Program in
'Stephanie Diane Dietz-Industrial Arts Student Assistant
2-4, Panther Athletic 3-4, AFS 2-4, Spanish 3, Junior His-
torical Society 2, Senior Class Council.
'Patricia Jane Dillin-National Honor Society 4, Drama 2,
Vice President 3, President 4, Thespians 3, Vice-President 4,
NFL 2-3, Secretary 4, Junior Spectacular 3-4, Knitting 3-4.
'Diana Lynne Dittus-Intramurals 3, Panther Athletic 2,
Wind Ensemble 2-3, Spanish 3-4, Travel 3, Planning Com-
mittee 4, Senior Girls League.
'Pamela DonCarIos-Girls' Ensemble 2-3, President 4, Na-
tional Honor Society 3-4, Family Jamboree Style Show
Model 4, Senior Girls League, Knitting 3, President 4, Peals
of Liberty Contributor.
Deborah Jean Donie-Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3.
Suzanne Elaine Doriot-Bell Choir 3-4, Panther Athletic 2-4,
Knitting 3, Art 3, French 2-3.
Seniors benefit from near b drive-ins
Following a hard day's work at school
Senior Barb Mewhinney grabs a quick
snack at the neighborhood drive-in. After
athletic contests at school students gather
at the Tee Pee Restaurant.
'flllene E. Dorman-Latin 35 Knitting 35 Travel 35 Class Coun-
cil 25 Panther Athletic 25 Art 2.
'l'Jacki Dorman-Student Council 35 Honor Study Hall 45
International Relations 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Class
Council Alternate 45 Government 4.
John S. Dorrell-Future Business Leaders of America 3-45
'Claudia Beth Douglass-Costume 3-45 Symphonis Wind En-
semble 2-45 Tennis lntermural 35 Marching Band 2-45 FTA
25 Knitting 3.
'Don Drake-Counterpoints 45 Music Men 35 National Thes-
pians 2-35 Musical 2-35 Lead 45 Junior Spectacular 25 Drama
Kipp D. Drummond-Debate Team 2-45 National Merit Let-
ter of Commendation 45 Junior Spectacular 3.
Marilyn Cecile Dumont-Girls Glee 35 Future Nurses 35
Red Cross 35 Scholastic Award 3.
Mary Jo Dunn-Panther Athletic 2-35 Future Teachers 25
Travel 2-35 Intramurals 2.
'John Duvall-Junior Spectacular Act Chairman 35 Student
Council 3-45 Class Council 35 NFL 2-45 Debate Team 2-45
l.U. Honors Program 35 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4.
'Julie Ann Dykema-Travel 35 Panther 2-35 Intramurals 25
Symphonic Band 35 Marching Band 2-35 FTA 2.
'Shelley Dykins-National Honor Society 3-45 National Mer-
it Scholarship 45 Spanish 35 Art 35 Scholastic Citation 2-35
Junior Spectacular 2-3.
Rebecca Jean Eggleston-Student Council 25 Panther Ath-
letic 2-45 Travel 3-4.
Danny Kent Ehret-Basketball 2-45 Baseball 2-45 Panther
'Bonnie Eileen Einstandig-Yearbook Staff 3-45 Madrigals
3-45 Junior Class Council Alternate 35 Booster Block 3-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Senior Girls' League 4.
Harry Robert Elder-Panther Athletic 2-35 Art 3-4.
Ronald Lee Elff.
David F. Emmert-Wrestling 2-35 Chess 2-35 Gym Assistant
Randall L. Emmick.
Ronald Lee Engel-Chess 2-35 Intramural Softball 25 Band 3.
Debra Sue Engledow.
'Theodore M. Englehart-Music Men 2-45 Key Club 3-45
Student Council 25 French 2-35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Junior
Harold T. Ervin-Stage Band 2-45 Marching Band 2-45 Con-
cert Band 2-4.
.lutta Karen Essler-Baton Corps 2-35 German 25 Panther
Athletic 35 Art 3.
'Elizabeth M. Evans--Madrigals 3-45 American Authors
President 4g Hall Monitor 3-45 Senior Girls' League5 Travel
3-45 "Sound of Music" 4.
Gary Wayne Everhart-Junior Spectacular 2-35 Boys' Glee 25
Spanish 35 "Lil' Abner" 3.
James G. Fairbanks--Drafting 25 Travel 25 NHS 3-45 Elec-
Daniel James Fairley-Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 2-45
French 25 Class Council Alternate 35 Northern Lights 2-3.
Evelyn Sue Fannin-Transfer from Southport High School 4.
Hands folded reverently, Connie Pon-
der, Bonnie Pearson, and Carol Hill
practice their roles as angels for the
Christmas program. Other angels were
Patti Clay and Janie Lee.
Seniors participate in "seasonal program"
'Edith Farmer-Panther Athletic 35 international Relations 35
Red Cross 2-35 Stage Crew 35 Travel 35 Girls' Glee Club 2,
'l'Mariorie Ellen Falout-Music Assistant 35 Junior Spectacu-
lar 35 Folk Music 2-35 Descants 45 A Cappella 35 Girls' Con-
cert Choir 2.
Gregory Fawcett-Electronics 3.
Sharon Rae Featherslan.
Sue Ann Fehsenfeld-French Vice-President 25 Panther Athle-
tic 35 Attendance Office Assistant 3.
'Jane Ann Fenn-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 3-45 Year-
book Staff 45 International Relations 3-45 Girls' Exercise 45
Future Nurses 2.
Robert Eugene Ferdinand.
Penni S. Ferguson-Foods 2-45 Clothing 2-35 Panther Athletic
Sandra Sue Ferris-Dramatics 25 AFS 35 Panther Athletic 3.
Robert S. Fessler-Drafting 35 Panther Athletic 2-3.
Paula Marie Fish-National Defense 3-45 Rifle Team 3-45
Battalion Staff 3-45 Girls' Ensemble 45 A Capella.
'Usannette Teresa Fisher-Senior Girls' League5 AFS Bus Trip
Chairman 45 Costume 2-45 International Relations 35 Chemis-
try Assistant 45 Panther Athletic 4.
'Sally Fisher-Junior Class Council5 International Relations
2-35 Drama 2-35 World Culture 35 Scholastic Award 35 Se-
noir Class Council Alternate.
Miles Dee Fishman-Travel 2-35 Chess 25 FBLA 3-45 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Government 3.
Harvey Lee Fltts--French 35 NDCC Battalion 35 Panther Athle-
tic 35 Wrestling 25 Track 25 NDCC Drill Team 3.
Gerald Joseph Fitzgerald-Travel 25 Panther Athletic 2.
Pamela Fleok--National Honor Society 3-45 Drama 25 Travel
35 FTA 35 Latin 35 American Authors 3-4.
Jean T. Fletcher-National Honor Society 3-45 Biology Lab
Assistant 3-45 Junior Class Council Alternate5 Scholastic Cita-
tion 2-35 Science Service Club 3-45 Panther Athletic 3.
Amanda Margaret Flynn-Panther Athletic 35 Junior Red
Cross 25 Spanish Club 25 Girls' lndustrial Arts 25 Booster
Block 25 Shorthand Award 3,
Gail Ann Flynn-Office Assistant 35 Folk Music 3-45 A
Cappella 2-35 Panther Athletic 45 Jr.-Sr. Girls' Exercise 4.
Nancy Ann Flynn-Travel 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 FTA 45
Government 45 Senior Girls' League5 Transfer from Broad
'fllighard W. Fobes-Student Council 2-45 National Honor
Society 3-45 Junior Spectacular 2-35 Lettermen's Club 45
Music Men 2-35 President 45 Tennis Team 2-4.
'Ann Denise Fogle-D.A.R. Citizenship Award 45 Girls'
State 35 Counterpoints 3-45 Junior Class Council5 Student
Council Member-at-large 2,45 French Club 2-35 President 4.
Gary David Foltz--Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 3-45
Aquarium Club President 3.
Caryl Ann Forsythe-Girls' Glee Club 25 Scholastic Award
2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 2-45 Senior Girls'
League 45 Honor Study Hall 4.
John B. Fortune-National Honor Society 3-45 Key Club 3-45
Band 2-45 N.S.F. 35 Track 3-45 Sophomore Class Council.
Donald E. Foulke-Chess Club 2-45 Chess Team 2.
Terry Irene Fox-Library Assistant 25 Gym Assistant 3-45
Panther Athletic 35 Travel 3.
Elizabeth Ann FrankIin+Transfer from Cleveland, Ohio5 Red
Cross 2-35 Future Nurses 35 Science Service 45 Spanish 3.
'Barbara Ann Fraps-Spanish 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Fall
Musical 45 Government 45 Trike Race 35 Junior Spectacular.
'Diane E. Frattini-Girls' Glee Club 25 Panther Athletic 3-45
Lab Assistant 35 Senior Class Council Alternate5 French 45
Trike Race 3-4.
'Emily Georgette Freeman-NFL 3-45 Stage Crew 45 Scho-
lastic Award 2-45 Panther Athletic 35 Booster Block 25
Brenda Ann Freilo-National Honor Society 45 Stage Crew
3-45 French President 45 Lab Assistant 45 Panther Athletic
3-45 National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4.
Frederick F. Frosch-Basketball 2-45 Track 2-35 Junior Spec-
tacular 2-35 Lettermen's Club 45 German 2-4.
Bruce Donald Fulk-Orchestra 2,35 N.D.C.C. 2-45 Rifle Team
3,45 Batillion Staff 3.
David Orion Fuller-lntramurals 2,35 Travel Club 2,35 Skin
Diving Treasurer 35 Review Typing 2.
'Douglas J. Fuller-Stage Crew 2-45 Student Council Alter-
nate 25 Intramurals 45 Music Man 45 Panther Athletic 45 Na-
tional Thespians 4.
Rick Fulroth-Panther Athletic 35 Advanced Chess 2-45
'Greg E. Gaalema-National Honor Society 35 Reserve Bas-
ketball 25 Reserve Baseball 2,35 Reserve Cross Country 2,35
Panther Athletic 35 Gym Assistant 3.
Barbara Jean Gabriel-Intramurals 25 Spanish 35 Stage
Crew 25 Review Typing 3.
Matt R. Galvin-National Honor Society 3,45 Mu Alpha
Theta 35 Debate Subvarsity 3.
'Teresa Diane Gardner-Travel 35 Panther Athletic 3,45
American Field Service 25 Student Council 25 Senior Girls'
League5 Scholastic Award 2-4.
Dennis Tad Garrltsen-Panther Athletic Club 2-45 Travel 3,45
Scuba Diving 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Air Space 2.
Greg Galses-International Relations.
'Barbara Ann Gemmer-Junior Spectacular 35 Alternate to
Indiana Girls' State 35 Spanish Club 2-45 AFS 2-45 March-
ing and Concert Bands 2-45 Senior Class Council 4.
Christine Elizabeth Genier-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 35
French Club 3-45 AFS 25 Library Assistant 25 Library Club 2.
David Lee George-Panther Athletic5 Woodwork.
Jamise Ann George-Booster Block 25 Scholastic Award 2-35
Foods Club 25 Panther Athletic 35 Spanish Club Secretary 35
Beth Gerson-A Capella 45 Folk Music 3-45 World Culture 25
Asian Stuclies5 Notehand 35 Journalism 3.
Floyd M. Gillaspie-Graphic Arts 2-4.
H. William Gillen-N. C. Hydronauts 3-45 Latin 35 Biology
35 Drill Team 25 Ritle Team 2.
Charles Austin Gillespie-Band 2-35 Chess 2.
'Steve P. Giltner-Scholastic Art Awards Contest 35 Fall
Musical 2-45 Counterpoints 3-45 Fine Arts Festival 35 Ju-
noir Spectacular 35 Chess Club.
Robert Louis Glasser-Student Council 35 National Forensics
League 25 Key Club 3-45 Debate Team 25 Advances Chess
Club 3-45 National Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
'Michael L, Goldberg-National Honor Society 35 President
45 National Forensics League 25 Mu Alpha Theta 3-45 Stu-
dent Council 4g National Merit Semifinalist 45 Etchings In
'Barbara Ellen Goldstein-International Relations 2-45 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Drama 25
Art 45 Family Jamboree Style Show Model 4.
Harriett Goldstein-Transfer Student from Livingston, New
Jersey5 Travel 45 FBLA 4.
'Susan R. Goldstein-Folk Music 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
Junior Spectacular Usher 35 Travel 3-45 Student Council Al-
ternate 45 Senior Girls' League.
'Jeanne Helen Goll-Junior Spectacular Act Chairman 35
Fall Musical 35 Director 45 Counterpoints 45 Sophomore Class
Council Representative5 Junior Class Council Representative5
Travel Secretary 3.
Randall Ray Goode-Scuba 35 Panther Athletic 3.
Thomas Alan Goodhart-National Defense Cadet Corps 3.
'Robert Edward Goodin-National Honor Society 3-45 Na-
tional Forensics League 2-45 Debate 3-45 Junior Historical
Society 35 Parliamentarian 45 Government 2,45 National
Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation.
Stephen N. Goodrich-Debate 2-45 Sophomore Class Coun-
cil Representative5 Junior Class Council Alternate5 Junior
'Debbie Lynn Goodwin-Girls' Booster Block 25 Girls' Con-
cert Choir 25 A Capella 3-45 Travel 3-45 Panther Athletic
3-45 Intramurals 2.
Janice Pearl Gordon-International Foods 25 FNA 25 Foods
Assistant 35 Girls' Auto Mechanics 35 Panther Athletic 3.
Vicki Lynn Goslin-Travel 35 Panther Athletic 35 Typing 3.
Jeff M. Gould-Panther Athletic 35 Travel 3.
'Duncan A. Grant-Folk Music 35 Debate 25 American Au-
thors 35 Intramurals 2-35 Panther Athletic 35 Drafting 2.
William Grant-Band-Marching and Concert 2-45 Pep Band
3-45 Photography Club 35 Air Space 3.
Kaye Marie Graves-Reading Lab Assistant 3-4.
Margaret E. Gray-Panther Athletic 35 French 2-35 President
45 Travel 3-45 Intramurals 25 Booster Block 25 Clothing 2.
Bob M. Greek-Chess 3, German 3, Football 2, Wrestling 2.
Joel Greenberg-Government 2-3, Chess 2-3, Panther Ath-
David Gregory-NDCC Battalion 2, Shakespeare 3, Folk
Music 4, Drama 4, International Relations 3.
'Sandra Luise Greer-Student Council 2-3, Spanish Presi-
dent 2, Fall Musical 4, Junior Spectacular, Madrigals 2,
President 3, Senior Class Council.
'Georgia Gresham-National Thespian Society 2-4, Cos-
tume President 2-4, Stagecrew 2-4, Drama 2-4, Stage
Manager Winter Play 3, NFL 2-4.
Maureen A. Griffin-Travel 3, Panther Athletic 3, Clothing
Kent Rowan Grimes-Panther Athletic 3.
'Patricia Jane Gross--Photography 2, Panther Athletic 3,
Geology 3, Science Reading 3, Intramurals 3, Gym As-
Jennifer Helen Grosskopf-National Honor Society 3-4, Or-
chestra 2-3, Chamber Music 2, Chemistry Lab Assistant 4,
Science Service 4.
'Dan Grube-NFL 2-4, Junior Historical Society 3, State
Vice-President 4, Forensics 2, Vice-President 3, Debate 2,
Daily Announcements 3, Drama 2-3,
Karen Mary Guetschow-Sophomore Class Council Alternate,
Intramurals 2-3, Travel 3, Panther Athletic 3, Gym Assistant
'Greg Allen Guinther--Band 2-3, Chess 2-4, Travel 3,
Drafting 2, Panther Athletic 4, Chess Team 4.
Earl John Guy ill-Intramurals 2-3, Debate 3, Forensics
President 3, Chess 2-3, NFL 3.
Rebecca Habegger-National Honor Society 3-4, Travel 3,
Panther Athletic 3.
'Robert J. Hackleman-Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football
3, All County All Star 4, Panther Athletic 3-4, Student
Council 2-3, lntrarnurals 2-4.
James Oliver Hackney-Panther Athletic 3-4, Art 2, Travel
3, Intramural 2.
Cheerleaders proclaim, " egre Number ll
Cheerleaders Linda Swanson, Nancy Mc-
Clain, Sandy Breisacher, Cathy Zaring,
and Barb Brody point to a popular ban-
ner made by students to boost North
Central's undefeated football team.
'Deborah Elaine Hagerty-Business Ed. Student Asssistant 45
Knitting5 President 35 Panther Athletic 35 Senior Girls'
League5 Spanish 25 Home Ec. Style Show 2.
Edmund Rex Haggard-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 3-4.
Richard Allen Haines-Typing 2-45 NDCC 25 NDCC Drill
Team 25 NDCC Color Guard 25 Intramurals 2.
Linda Sue Hair-Transfer from Arlington High School5 Short-
hand Transcription 4.
'James H. Ham-National Honor Society 3-45 Mu Alpha
Theta 3-45 Student Council Alternate 35 Scholastic Citation
2-35 Junior Spectacular 35 Intramurals 2-3.
'Carol Jean Hamaker-Student Council 45 Fall Musical 45
Descants 45 AFS 45 French 3-45 Orchesta 2-4.
Sally Elizabeth Hampshire-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 3-45
Junior Spectacular 35 Intramurals 2.
Martha Jean Hanaway-Intramurals 235 Travel 2-35 Foods
'Katherine M. Hanink-Junior Spectacular5 Chemistry Lab
Assistant 45 Thespians 45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Stogecrew
2-45 Senior Girls' League.
Charlie H. Haniton-Intramurals 2-45 Student Council 25
Panther Athletic 35 Shop Assistant 3.
'Chris S. Hankins-Junior Spectacular5 Junior Class Council5
Travel 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 German Secretary 35 Lab
Karen Ann Harden-Junior Spectacular5 Panther Athletic 2-35
Travel 35 Booster 2.
Jance B. Hardy-Transfer from South Bend5 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 35 French 35 Tricycle Race
35 Family Jamboree Fashion Show Model 4.
'Richard William Harker-Intramurals 2-45 World Culture
25 Beginning Chess 2-35 Travel 35 Panther Athletic 45 Aca-
demic Games 4.
David R. Hurling-Transfer from Balto5 Panther Athletic 45
Folk Music 45 Chess 45 Science Reading 4.
Edwin Louis Harmon-Panther Athletic 35 Band 25 FBLA 3.
Winifred Kay Harmon-Future Nurses 2-35 Bookstore Helper
35 Clothing 2-3.
James David Harpool--Baseball 2-35 Slide Rule 25 Panther
Athletic 45 Boys' Booster Block 4.
Scott Lynn Harris-Student Council 35 French 35 Travel 35
Panther Athletic 3.
Don D. Harsin-NDCC Rifle Team 25 NDCC 2.
Mable Kathryn Hart-Foods 25 Review Typing 25 Booster
Block 35 Girls' Glee 35 Scholastic Award 2-3.
'Laurence F. Haskett-Stage Crew 2-35 National Thespians
35 Panther Athletic 35 Chess 25 Spanish 35 Junior Spectacular.
Robert H. Haskin-Reserve Football 25 Class Council 2-35
Intramurals 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-3.
Stephen Link Hatfield--Reserve Wrestling 25 Panther Athletic
35 Travel 35 French 2-35 Military History 2.
Melody Sue Havens-Art 35 Panther Athletic 35 Folk Music
35 Knitting 3.
'Betty Jo Hayes-National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist
45 Senior Girls' League 45 Yearbook Staff 3-45 Quill 81
Scroll 3-45 Scholastic Award 2-45 National Thespian Society
3-45 Stage Crew 2-4.
Sharon Lee Hayes-Panther Athletic 2-45 Attendance Office
25 Gym Assistant 45 Geology 35 Stage Crew 2.
During one of the many after school ses-
sions which yeorbook staff members
utilized to meet their deadlines, Missy
Kokos, Sally McVey, and Julie Schubert
work feverishly on the album section.
Seniors provide experience for publications
'Kathleen Louise Healey-Transfer from Ladywood7 Panther
Athletic 3-47 Spanish 37 Senior Girls' League 47 Lab As-
Diane Elizabeth Heath-Photography 37 Travel 27 Review
Gerald John Heatley-Cross-Country 37 Baseball 27 Foot-
Larry K. Heilman-Stagecrew 2-47 National Thespians So-
Tom I.. Heiskell-Key Club 37 Spanish 2-37 Intramurals 4.
'l'SheIley Anne Heller-International Relations 37 Drama 27
Booster Block 27 Junior Class Council Alternate7 Stagecrew
37 Review Typing 3.
Terry Ray Hendrix-NDCC 2-37 Metal Shop 2.
John Charles Hene-Aerospace Club.
Gary Lee Henn-Stagecrew 2-47 Travel 2-47 Panther Ath-
Nancy Ann Hendricks-Cadet Choir 27 Concert Choir 37 A
Cappella 47 Panther Athletic 3.
Rebecca Ann Herndon-Panther Athletic 3-47 Madrigals 37
Girls' Ensemble 47 Knitting 37 Clothing 2,47 Fall Musical 4.
Judy Belle Hershey-Sophomore Class Council7 Junior Class
Council7 Baton Corps 2-47 Panther Athletic 2-47 Family Jam-
boree Style Show Model 4.
Helen Kennedy Hickam-Panther Athletic 3-47 French 47
Family Jamboree Style Show Model 4.
John Douglas Hickey-Varsity Basketball 3-47 Baseball 2-47
Lettermen's Club 3-47 Panther Athletic 2-37 Student Council
Daniel W. Hicks--Stagecrew 2-3, President 47 Orchestra 3-47
Government 2-3, Vice-President 47 National Thespians Society
47 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4,
Michael St. Clair Hiland-Drama 2-47 Travel 37 Speech 4.
'Carol Sue Hill-Junior Class Treasurer 37 Christmas Dance
Princess 37 Student Council 27 Fall Musical 2-47 Junior Spec-
tacular 37 Folk Music 3-4.
Patricia Ann Hill-Scholastic Award 3-47 Spanish 3-47 Re-
view Typing 3-47 Junior Spectacular Usher 3.
Bruce Martin Hilsmeyer-Biology Club 27 Travel 3-4.
Linda Hinderliteri-Automechanics 3.
Jack A. Hochman-Craft Arts Club 3.
John Jeffry Hoffman-Counterpaints 3-47 NFL 3-47 Fall
Musical 27 Junior Spectacular Chairman 37 Co-Director of
Fall Musical 4,
'Deanna Jean Hogle-Military Ball Queen 47 Senior Girls'
League 47 NDCC Sponsor 3-47 Gym Assistant 37 Nurse's As-
sistant 47 Library Assistant 2.
'l'Mary Kathryn Holmes-Scholastic Award 3-47 Junior Spec-
tacular 37 French 2-37 Senior Class Council Alternate 47
Panther Athletic 2-37 Senior Girls' League 4.
'Panther louise Holsworth--Panther Athletic 3-47 Travel
37 Junior Spectacular Usher 37 World Culture 47 Spanish
3-47 English Assistant 4.
James C. Hope-Transfer from Shortridge High School.
Charles E. Hord-Debate Club 27 Chess 27 Computer 37 Ger-
man 3-47 Panther Athletic 2-4.
Patty Ann Hornbrook-Foods 37 Clothing 37 Future Nurses 3.
'Gregory Mason Horning-Stagecrew 2-47 Thespians 3,
Treasurer 47 Scholastic Award 2-37 Gymnastics 27 A Capella
37 Music Men 4.
"'Debrah Jean Horth-Stagecrew 3-47 International Relations
37 Peals of Liberty 3-47 Girls' Concert Choir 2-47 Panther
Athletic 37 Scholastic Award 2-3.
Brenda Lee Houtzer-Red Cross 27 Girls' Booster Block 27
Girls' Auto Mechanics 3.
Barry Alan Howard-Panther Athletic 47 Drafting 2,47 Chess
37 Slide Rule 3.
Key Club aids underprivileged families
Under the surveillance of Roger Wright
and Steve Overman, Senior Nancy New-
kirk donates a can of peaches to the Key
Club Food Drive. As an annual Christmas
project, the Key Club collects cans of
food for needy families.
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Priscilla A. Howell-National Honor Society 3-45 Peals of
Liberty Junior Editor 35 Editor 45 Student Council 3.
'William M. Howell-Checkers 25 NDCC 25 Military History
35 Panther Athletic 45 Travel 45 Government 4.
'Pat Hoyt-Panther Athletic 35 Travel 35 Girls' Booster
Block 25 Gym Assistant 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Intramurals
John Kimbal Hudgins-Latin 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-35
Travel 2-35 Military History 25 Stagecrew 3.
'Susan J. Hudson-Children's Theatre 35 Junior Spectacular
35 Poetry 35 French 25 Stagecrew 3-45 Travel 2.
Alice Faye Huffman-Transfer from Wyoming.
Neil Alan Hughes-Key Club 2-35 Vice-President 45 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Orchestra 2-3.
Susan Ann Hughes-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 35 Junior
Spectacular 35 Senior Girls' League 4.
Robert Stephen Hunt.
Cathy Jo Hutzler-Panther Athletic 35 Knitting 35 Review
Typing 25 Home Ec. Fashion Show 2.
Carolyn Leigh ltce-Fall Musical 35 American Authors 35
Student Council 25 Alternate 35 International Relations 25
James J. Jackson-Chess 35 Junior Historical Society 35
Panther Athletic 45 Aquarium 2.
John Raymond Jagger-Key Club 3-45 State Math Contest 25
Chess 2-35 Panther Athletic 45 Junior Historical Society 35
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist 4.
Susan Marie Jahnke-Panther Athletic 2-35 Stage Crew 35
Intramurals 2-35 Bookstore Assistant 35 Junior Spectacular 3.
"Robert Jakoubek-Key Club 3-45 Government 25 Junior
Historical Society 35 Panther Athletic 35 National Forensics
League 3-45 Debate 2.
'Connie Lynn Jardine-Sophomore Class Council 25 Junior
Class Council Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Valentine
Dance Decoration Chairman5 Travel 35 Junior Spectacular 3.
Cheryl Lynn Jeffries-Panther Athletic 2-45 Class Council 25
Library Assistant 25 Business 25 Thespians 4.
Richard Roy Jensen-Panther Athletic5 Travel,
Mary Kay Jerman-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 35 General
Office Assistant 35 Gym Assistant 45 Jamboree Style Show
45 Trike Race 4.
Barbara K. Johnson-Travel 35 German 3.
'Linda Lee Jones-Travel 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Art
Club 2-3, President Ag Jamboree Style Show 45 Senior Class
Council 45 Grad Dance Decoration Chairman 4.
Lynn Jones-Travel 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Knitting 35
Junior Spectacular 25 Review Typing 4.
James Douglas Jordan-Wrestling Team5 Travel5 Typing.
Nancy L. Joslin-Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 2-35 Concert
Chair 2-35 A Capella 45 Student Council Alternate 2.
Susan Jane Kahn-Northerner Production Editor 45 Winter
Play 35 Spring Play 35 Junior Spectacular 35 Student Council
2-45 French 4.
'Robert Kail-Scholastic Award 2-35 Junior Spectacular 2-35
Alternate Sophomore Class Council 25 Junior Class Council
35 Music Men 2-35 Fall Musical 3.
Sewing frequently as an usher at
Clowes Hall, Senior Gayle Stahl-
huth gains valuable experience ob-
serving the many fine presentations ,
Seniors ain valuable theatrical experience l
James L. Kalleen-Travel 3, Art Crafts 3, Art 4.
Philip A. Korau-Band 2-4, Pep Band 2-3, Stage Band 2-3,
German 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3.
'Catherine Lee Kautz-Stage Crew 3, Costume 3, Journalism
2, Panther Athletic 3-4, French 3, International Relations 4.
'Steve Lewis Kautzman--Panther Athletic 3, Student Council
Alternate 3, Gym Assistant 3, Junior Spectacular 3, Gym
Assistant 3, Golf Team 2.
Rosemarie C. Kovanaugh-Knitting 2, Panther Athletic 3,
Red Crass 3, Travel 3.
'Jill Marie Kearney-FTA 2-3, Panther Athletic 4, AFS 3,
Red Crass 3, Intramurals 2-3, Drama 2.
'John Kistler Keller--Key Club 3-4, NFS 3-4, Sophomore
Class Council, Junior Class Council, Great Books 3, Panther
'Nancy Jane KellerwAewing 3, Madrigals 2, Descants 2,
Girls' Ernsemble 3-4, Folk Music 2, Knitting 2.
'Kathleen S. Kelly-Quill and Scholl 2-4, Newspaper 3-4,
News Bureau 3, Editor 4, Junior Spectacular 3, Panther
Athletic 3-4, Government 4.
Terry Jane Kemp-Panther Athletic 2-4, Senior Girls' League,
Intramurals 2, Travel 2-3, Health Assistant 4.
Athletic 3-4, Gym Assistant 3-4, Junior Spectacular 2-3, ln-
Linda Kay Kempton-Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 2-4, Style
Show Commentator 3.
Larry Lee Kerkhof-Panther Athletic 3.
Glenn Martin Kern-Panther Athletic 4, Advanced Chess
3-4, Drafting 3, Slide Rule 2.
'Joseph M. Ketterman-Skindivers 3, Panther Athletic 2-3,
Travel 2-3, Science Reading 2, Typing 3, Art Crafts 2.
'Hoe M. Kempler-Music Men 3-4, Wrestling 2-4, Panther i
'James Alan Ketzel-Forensics 2-47 Great Books 3-47 Chess
37 International Relations 27 AFS 27 American Authors 3.
Cathy A. King-Transfer Student from Broad Ripple High
'Victor Scott Kingdon-Chemistry Lab Assistant 47 News-
paper Staff 47 Government 2-47 Panther Athletic 3-47 Sco-
lastic Award 2-47 Intramurals 2-4.
Randy Nash Kinsley-Panther Athletic 37 Art 27 Art Crafts
37 Great Books 2.
'Greg Kitzmiller-Government 2-37 FBLA 37 International
Relations 37 Stageband 47 Pep Band 2-47 Pit Orchestra 4.
Kerry Lee Knipp-Beginning Chess 27 Review Typing 27
Panther Athletic 37 Science Reading 3.
Paul James Koenig-Chess 2-37 Sophomore Class Council
Representative7 Panther Athletic 2-47 Boys' Glee Club 27
Folk Music 4.
'Melissa Lynn Kokos-National Honor Society 3-47 Student
Council 37 Publicity Chairman 47 Yearbook Staff 37 Album
Editor 47 Quill and Scroll 3-47 Junior Spectacular 37 French
Secretary-Treasurer 37 Vice-President 4.
'Mariie Jeanne Kornfeld-Travel 2-37 Panther Athletic 2-47
Student Council Alternate 47 International Relations 27 Ju-
noir Class Council Alternate7 Gym Assistant 3.
Kathy Krull-Attendance Office Assistant 47 Panther Athletic
2-47 French 27 Travel 2-37 Home Economics Assistant 4.
'Jack C. Kustad-Intramurals 2-37 Chess 2-37 Panther Ath-
letic 37 Advanced Chess 37 Folk Music 47 Chemistry Lab
Peggy Jean Lamb-Panther Athletic 3-47 Art 3-47 Art Cratts
Frances Landborg-Travel 27 Latin 37 Reading Lab Assistant
37 Beginning Chess 37 Stagecrew 2.
'David 5. Langfitt-Folk Music 2-37 President 47 Panther
Athletic 2-37 Music Men 3-47 Fall Musical 37 Senior Class
Council Representative7 Music Assistant 4.
"Donovan Albert Langford Ill-German 37 President 47 Pan-
ther Athletic 37 Band 2-37 Intramurals 37 Student Council
Alternate 2-37 Boys' Booster 4,
'Jeffrey Richard Lapham-Gym Assistant 47 Panther Athletic
2-47 Chess Team 2-47 Advanced Chess 2-47 Cross Country
3-47 Track 4.
David Scott Larmon-Panther Athletic 2-4.
'Charles William Lawrance-Sophomore Class Council Alter-
nate7 Intramurals 27 NC Hydronauts 3-47 Travel 37 Panther
Athletic 3-47 Gymnastics 3.
"Donald B. Lawton-Stuclent Council 27 Vice-President 37
Panther Athletic 2-3, President 47 Senior Class President7
Football 3-47 Wrestling 3-47 Boys' State Representative 3.
Ronald Elliott Lazar-NDCC 37 Electronics 37 Travel 3.
Alan Mark Lebin-Panther Athletic 3-47 FBLA 2-37 Chess 27
Yearbook Staff 47 Travel 2-4.
Fredie Lee Lederman-Panther Athletic 2-37 Girls' Concert
'Katherine Jane Lee-Panther Athletic 2-37 Folk Music 2-47
Counterpoints 47 Descants 37 Junior Spectacular 2-47 Fall
Katherine M. Leeds-International Relations 2-47 Panther
Athletic 3-47 Stagecrew 2-37 Government 3-47 Newspaper
Staff 37 Co-Editor-in-Chief 4.
"'Mariorie Karen Leff-AFS Student to Turkey 37 Orchestra
3-47 German 3-47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Travel 37 AFS 4.
Philip Jay Leibacher-Panther Athletic 2-47 Chess 27 Travel
3-47 Computer 3.
James Robert Lengladi+Spanish 2-3.
Ellen Marie Lennox-National Honor Society 47 Junior Spec-
tacular Act Chairman7 Bell Choir 3-47 Sophomore Class Sec-
retary-Treasurer7 Junior Prom Co-Ordinator7 Senior Class
"Martha Kay Leslie-Panther Athletic 37 Travel 37 Orchestra
2-47 Music Assistant 37 American Authors 37 Girls' Glee 2.
Mary Elizabeth Letwin-Stagecrew 3-47 Future Nurses 27
Library Assistant 4.
Elana Levy-Transfer Student from Broad Ripple 37 Drama 4.
'Julie Manor Light-Panther Athletic 2-37 Junior Spectacular
37 Earth Science Lab Assistant 3-47 Travel 37 Stage Crew 37
Science Service 3.
'Diana L. Lilly-Prom Queen Candidate 37 Student Council
37 Junior Spectacular Coordinator 37 Office Assistant 37
Panther Athletic 2-37 Art 2.
'James A. Linderman--National Honor Society 3-47 Quill
and Scroll 47 Yearbook Staff 37 Editor-in-Chief 47 Key Club
3-47 Mu Alpha Theta 3-47 Intramurals 2-47 Chess 2-3.
'Aline Mary Lindquist-National Honor Society 47 Pep Band
2-47 Intramurals 3-47 Spanish 37 Secretary 47 Government 47
Student Council Alternate 4.
'John Theodore Lindquist ll-Student Council 2,47 Yearbook
Staff 37 Sports Editor 47 National Merit Semi-Finalist 47 Var-
sity Debate Team 2-47 Indiana Junior Historical Society 37
President 47 Indiana University Honors Program in Spanish
'Bruce Merritt Lindstrom-National Honor Society 3-47
Science Seminar 2-47 NDCC Battalion Formation 2-47 NDCC
Battalion Staff 37 NDCC Rifle Team 37 Junior Spectacular 3.
'Neil Allan Lipken-National Honor Society 3-47 Mu Alpha
Theta 37 Library Assistant 27 Scholastic Award 2-47 Sym-
phonic Wind Ensemble 27 Medical Explorers Vice-President
John Charles Lippincott-Football 27 Panther Athletic 2-37
International Relations 3.
'John Leonard Lisher-National Honor Society 3-47 Latin
2-47 Panther Athletic 3-47 Intramurals 3-47 Scholastic Award
3-47 Biology 3.
'Pamela S. Lockwood-Intramurals 27 AFS 2-37 Panther
Athletic 2-47 Teen Top Tunes Correspondent 37 Newspaper
Staff 37 Senior Girls' League.
Penny Sue Long-Red Cross 2-47 Girls' Automechanics 2-47
Junior Achievement 2-47 Intramurals 2.
Shari Lynn Longest-Baton Corps 27 Travel 2-37 Drama 27
Panther Athletic 37 Chemistry Survey Lab Assistant 4.
'Uanet Lee Lookabill-Travel 37 Panther Athletic 37 Arts and
Crafts 37 Madrigals 27 Descants 37 Office Helper 3.
'Patrick S. Looney-National Honor Society 3-47 Junior
Spectacular 37 Intramurals 2-47 German 2-37 Vice-President
47 Key 37 Assistant Secretary 47 Scholastic Award 2-4.
Stan Loutner-Gym Assistant 3-47 Military History Sergeant-
at-Arms 37 Sophomore Class Council Alternate7 Intramurals 3.
David Alan Lurvey-Wrestling 27 Panther Athletic 37 Inter-
national Relations 37 Government 37 Newspaper Representa-
'Linda Kay Luzader-National Forensics League 3-47 Span-
ish 27 Panther Athletic 3-47 Stagecrew 3-47 Forensics 3-47
'Elaine Marie Lykins-Panther Athletic 2-47 Intramurals 27
Student Council Alternate 27 Travel 37 Junior Spectacular
Publicity 37 Senior Girls' League.
'Tina Lee Maas-Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 37 French 37
Attendance Office 37 Student Council Alternate 37 Arts and
Rebecca Lynn MacKenzie-Transfer student from Madison,
James A. Maggard-Reserve Football 27 Reserve Golf 27
Panther Athletic 37 International Relations 37 Class Council
Claire Frances Maher-Transfer Student from Chatard High
Thomas Maiiala-Lab Assistant 47 Panther Athletic 3-47 In-
tramural Football 2.
Dianna Kay Main-Chamber Music 37 Review Typing 27 ln-
tramurals 2-37 Marching Band 2-4.
'Jane Ellen Maines-Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3-45 ln-
tramurals 2-45 Junior Historical Society 35 Spanish 2,45
Scholastic Award 2-45 Junior Spectacular Usher 3.
Elizabeth Lynn Marschke-Travel 35 Spanish 35 Panther Ath-
letic 3-45 Art 4.
Georgia Ann Marschke-Panther Athletic 35 Travel 35 Span-
ish 35 Knitting 35 General Office Assistant 4.
'Constance E. Martin-National Honor Society 3-45 National
Merit Letter of Commendation5 Junior Spectacular 35 French
Vice-President 3, President 45 Government Secretary 45
Yearbook Staff 4.
'Rex Allen Martin-Student Council 2-45 Track 25 Counter-
points 3-45 Folk Music 25 Junior Spectacular 2-35 Fall Musi-
Richard Allen Martin-Drafting 35 Auto Mechanics 35 Panther
Thomas E. Martin-Auto Mechanics 3.
Cathy Jean Marvel-Art 35 Girls' Glee Club 2-3.
Richard John Mason-Intramurals 2-35 International Rela-
tions 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-4.
Jenny Lou Maulden-Booster Block 35 Panther Athletic 35
Nora Jane Maulden-Booster Block 35 Panther Athletic 3.
'Laura Louise Maxsan-Transfer Student from Northwest,
National Thespians 3-45 Orchestra 3-45 Girls' Ensemble 45
Chamber Music 3.
Bernie E. May-Marching Band5 Intramurals 25 Band 2-35
Panther Athletic 35 Wind Ensemble 2-3.
Carol Ann May--Transfer Student from Wabash High School.
Larry R. Mayhew-General Metals 35 Track 2.
Carlone Kay McAllister--Girls' Auto Mechanics 3-4.
German exchange student ut1l1zes bookstore
Jeanne Louise M:Aloon-Orchestra 2-45 Chamber Music 2-45
Fall Musical Orchestra 2-4.
'Becky Lynn McCan-National Thespians 3-45 Stage Crew 45
Winter play 35 Spring play 35 Children's theatre 3-45 Folk
'Nancy Sue McClain-Reserve Cheerleader 2, Varsity 3-45
Junior Class Council Secretary5 Panther Athletic 45 Planning
Committee 3, Secretary 45 Candidate for Princess of Christ-
mas Dance 2-35 Junior Prom Queen Candidate5 Student
Council 2, Assistant Secretary 4.
James A. McCIumroch-Panther Athletic 2-45 Review typing
35 Travel 45 FBLA 3.
4'Kandie Kay McCIard-Folk Music 2-45 Student Council 35
Descants 3, President 45 Student Council Alternate 45 Panther
Athletic 45 Junior Spectacular 3.
Charlotte Ann McConnell-Reserve Cheerleader 25 Panther
Athletic 2-35 Travel 35 Knitting 35 Attendance Office Helper
'Scott Jeffrey McConville-Student Council 35 Junior Spec-
tacular 35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Basketball 25 Track 35 Cross
Suzanne McCormack-Girls' Glee Club 2-35 Red Cross 45
Senior Girls' League5 International Foods 4.
'Robin Joan McDowell-Counterpoints 3-45 Fall Musical 2-45
Girls' Ensemble 25 Folk Music 2-45 Drama 2-45 Junior Spec-
Robert Eric McFarland-Boys' Glee Club Quartet 2-3.
'Gayle A. McGlockIin-Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 2-35
Knitting 45 Senior Girls' League5 Review Typing 35 Interna-
tional Foods 3.
'Donna Sue McGuire-Student Council Alternate 25 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Junior Spectacular 35 Biology Lab Assistant 45
Knitting 35 Baton Corps 3-4.
Hank McKillip-Travel 25 Sophomore Class Council Alternate.
Larry Wayne McKinley-Key Club 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
Band 2-45 German 35 Chess 2.
Barbara Lynne McKinney-Travel 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45
Review Typing 3-45 Intramurals 2-4.
.lefty McKinney-Panther Athletic 45 Travel 4.
Caroling Centralites spread Christmas Cheer
Filled with the Christmas spirit, Gloria Bough,
Jackie Bolles, Melinda Moore, and Robin
Cook sing Christmas carols to brighten the
holidays of patients at Winona Memorial
'Kirk Ashley McKinney-National Honor Society 37 Float
Chairman 47 Wrestling Team 2-47 Scholastic Award 2-47
German Club 37 President 47 Senior Class Council 47 National
Alex Victoria McMiIIian-Transfer from Carmel.
'Stephen G. McNichols-Sophomore Class Council 27 Junior
Class Council 37 Track 2-47 Cross Country 3-47 Lettermen's
Club 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-4.
'Robert McPhee-National Honor Society 3-47 Triangle Club
Award 2-37 National Forensics League 2-37 Vice-President
47 Debate Team 27 Vice-President 37 National Math Con-
test 3, 2nd place winner7 Mu Alpha Theta 2-4.
"Sally Ann McVey-Yearbook Staff 37 Album Editor 47
Peals of liberty Staff 3-47 Senior Girls' League Planning
Board7 Quill and Scroll 3-47 Scholastic Citation 2-47 National
Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
Helene N. Meshulam-Panther Athletic 3-47 Attendance Of-
fice 47 FTA 27 Future Nurses 27 Travel 3-4.
Barbara Ann MeWhinney-Panther Athletic 37 Newspaper
Staff 3-47 Travel 37 French 3.
Cathy louise Miles-Panther 3-47 Spanish 3-47 Travel 37
Girls' Concert Choir 2,47 World Culture 4.
Thomas Michael Miles.
Deborah Sue Miller-Travel 2-37 French 37 Panther 37
World Culture 37 Girls' Glee Club.
Johanne Lee Miller-Folk Music 2-37 Junior Spectacular 37
National Merit Letter of Commendation 37 Chess Club 37
Scholastic Art Contest7 Gold Key Finalist 37 Senior Class
Pom Ann Miller-Knitting 27 Typing Award 37 Transcrition 37
Panther Athletic 3.
Sarah Kathleen Miller-National Honor Society 3-47 Stage-
crew 2-47 Travel 37 National Thespians 3-47 Symphonic
Wind Ensemble 2-4.
Betsy Ann Millholland-National Honor Society 3-47 Stage
Crew 2-47 Travel 3-47 Panther Athletic 37 French 3-4.
Sandra Lynn Millican-Panther Athletic 37 Nurses 27 Girls'
Concert Choir 2.
"Charlotte Ann Mitchell-Geology 27 Secretary 37 lntra-
murals 27 Girls' Automechanics 27 FTA Secretary 3-47 Pan-
ther Athletic 4.
'l'EIizabeth Ann Mitchell-Student Council Alternate 2-37
Panther Athletic 37 Scholastic Award 2-37 Travel 37 Gym
Assistant 37 Tricycle Race 3.
Amy Lynn Moncur-French 2-37 Panther Athletic 37 Review
Typing 27 Intramurals 27 Guidance Office Assistant 47 World
Mary Christine Monical-German Planning Committee 3-47
Stage Crew 2-47 Panther Athletic 3-47 Travel 37 Senior Girls'
David Huddler Moore-Junior Class Council 37 Junior Spec-
tacular 37 Track 2-37 Cross Country 37 French 2-37 Panther
'Mark Lewis Moore-National Honor Society 3-47 Football
2-47 Baseball 2-47 Panther Athletic 3-47 Lettermen's Club
3-47 Music Men 4.
'Sandra Moore-Girls' Ensemble 3-47 Chorale 27 Junior
Spectacular 37 Folk Music 27 Panther Athletic 2-47 Forensics
Sandy Kay Moore-Panther Athletic7 Girls' Automechanics.
Susie E. Moore-Panther Athletic 2-47 French 2,47 Junior
Historical Society 37 Junior Spectacular 37 World Culture 47
Howard Knight Morgan-Sophomore Class Council 27 Pan-
ther Athletic 3445 Review Typing 37 Junior Spectacular 3.
Jack Phillip Morgan-Counterpoints 2-47 Junior Spectacu-
lar 3-47 Fall Musical 3-47 A Capella 27 Travel 27 Slide Rule
Jean Elizabeth Moritz-Panther Athletic 3-47 Madrigals 47
Travel 3-47 Junior Spectacular 47 FTA 47 Future Nurses 2.
Don Carl Morlock.
ft A ' ' 'L fi'
Vice-principal James Ellsberry presents
Senior Ann Fogle with the Good Citizen-
ship Award, awarded each year by the
Daughters of the American Revolution to
the senior girl displaying outstanding
character and service.
Good CITIZCH award presented to nn Fogle
Carol Marie Morris-Panther Athletic 2-3.
Christine Morris-Transfer Student from Decatur, lllinois7
Panther Athletic 37 Travel 3.
'Leslie S. Morrison-Spanish 37 Travel 37 Panther Athletic
2-47 Library Assistant 27 Girls' Booster Block 27 Senior Girls'
Charles B. MorsvPanther Athletic 2-37 Intramurals 2-37
Advanced Chess 2-3.
'John Arthur Morton-Scholastic Award 2-47 lntramurals
2-47 Tennis Team 27 Junior Class Council7 Student Council
Alternate 47 Key Club 4.
Roger Thomas Moynahan--Panther Athletic 2-37 Spanish
2-37 Geology President 37 Intramurals 3.
John Thomas Mullin II-Panther Athletic 2-47 Travel 47
Bob M. Mullin-Drafting 27 Air-Space 3.
'Patti Sue Mullins-Newspaper Staff 2-37 Teen Star Corre-
spondent 37 Stagecrew 37 Drama 37 French 2-37 Panther
Mark Murduck-Slide Rule 27 Spanish 3.
Kathleen Marie Murphy-National Honor Society 3-47 Wind
Ensemble 2-47 International Foods Secretary 37 Pit Orchestra
37 Travel 2.
Robert Davis Murray.
'Larry Nahmias-Gymnastics, Varsity 2-47 Student Council
2-47 Science Proiects President 37 Science Reading Vice-
President 37 Lab Assistant 3-47 Science Service 3.
Martha Nall-Girls' Glee Club 27 Travel 37 Panther Athletic
3-47 Review Typing 47 Senior Girls' League.
David A. Nees-Football 2-47 Wrestling 2-47 Panther Ath-
"Debra Sue Neese-Junior Historical Society 47 Art 27 Span-
ish 27 Panther Athletic 2-47 AFS 47 Senior Girls' League 4.
'Harry Neff-Debate Team 2-35 Forensics 2-45 NFL 2-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Biology 25 Chemistry Lab Assistant 3.
'Mary Rebecca Neff-Co-Editor-in-Chief of Newspaper 45
World Culture 45 NFL 3-45 German 2-45 Travel 35 Panther
'Deborah Roe Nelson-NFL 3-45 Fall Musical 45 World Cul-
ture Secretary 45 Junior Spectacular 2, Usher 35 Junior Class
Council Alternate5 National Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
William Gary Nelson-Wrestling 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
Travel 3-45 Intramurals 3-45 Gym Assistant 4.
'David Alan Nestor-Fall Musical 3-45 Student Council Al-
ternate 35 Counterpoirits 3-45 Intramurals 2-45 Falk Music
2-45 Junior Spectacular 2-3.
Nancy Renee Newkirk-Panther Athletic 3-45 German 2-35
German Secretary 45 Booster Block 4.
'Terry Kay Newman-Folk Music 2-45 Drama 2-35 Booster
Block 3-45 Girls' Concert Choir 2-35 A Cappella 45 Fall
Jacqueline Nicholas-Art 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Art Show
2-45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
'Kathleen Nicholson--Baton Corps 2-45 Wind Ensemble 2-45
Scholastic Citation 2-35 Newspaper Representative 25 Panther
Athletic 35 Student Council Alternate 2.
W. Thomas Niesse-German 45 Panther Athletic 45 Intra-
'Susan Merrill Noel-Panther Athletic 2-35 Junior Class
Council Alternate5 Gym Assistant 35 Knitting 35 Travel 35
Family Jamboree Style Show Model 4.
'Kathleen K. Noland-National Honor Society 3-45 Mu
Alpha Theta 2-35 Junior Spectacular 35 Junior Class CounciI5
Scholastic Citation 2-35 AFS 3-4.
Lynda L. O'Brien-Panther Athletic 35 Future Nurses 3.
Vicki Kay Ogle-Booster Block 25 Panther Athletic 35 Re-
view Typing 3.
Ray John Ohlson-Transfer from Hartford City5 Football 3-45
Intramurals 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 45 Track 3-4.
'Anne E. Olive-Latin 35 Travel 35 Panther Athletic 3-45
Government 45 Attendance Office Assistant 45 Senior Girls'
'John R. Olthoff-Music Men 3-45 Football 25 Track 3-45
Student Council 25 Boys' Glee Club 2-45 Aquarium 2-3.
'James Orr-Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity 3-47 Reserve
Baseball 2, Varsity 3-45 German 2-45 Letterman 4.
Larry Lee Osborn-Panther Athletic 35 Review Typing 2-3.
'Paul D. Over-Marching Band 81 Pep Band 2-35 German
2-45 Science Reading 2-35 Mu Alpha Theta 2-45 Astronomy
35 l.U. Honors Program to Germany 3.
Steven Overbey-Panther Athletic 2-35 Varsity Wrestling 3,
Reserve Wrestling 2.
'Steven Overman--Reserve Football 2, Varsity 3, All County
45 Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity 3-45 Varsity Baseball 2-35
National Honor Society 3-4.
James W. Pankey.
'Samuel Alan Passo-National Honor Society 35 Chemistry
Lab Assistant 45 Folk Music 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Biol-
ogy 25 Science Service 4.
Bonnie Paton-Girls' Glee Club 25 Travel 2-35 Panther Ath-
letic 3-45 Review Typing 45 Senior Girls' League.
'John M. Patten-Mu Alpha Theta 35 Latin 35 Aquarium
3-45 Biology 25 Slide Rule 25 Panther Athletic 4.
'Wendy Patterson-French 2-35 AFS 25 Panther Athletic 2-45
Travel 2-45 Band 2-35 Attendance Office Assistant 4.
David Lloyd Patton-Football 2-4, Panther Athletic 2-4, Bell
Choir 3, Baseball 3-4, Intramurals 2-4, Key Club 4.
Sherry Lynn Patton-Red Cross 3-4, FTA 3-4, Girls' Glee
Club 2-3, Travel 3-4, Crafts Club 2-3, Art Club 3-4.
Michael David Paul-FBLA 2, Government 2-3, Panther Ath-
Janice Ellen Payne-National Honor Society 3-4, Girls' En-
semble 4, Peals of Liberty 2-4, Senior Class Council 4, At-
tendance 3-4, Panther Athletic 3-4.
'l'Bonnie Jeanne Pearson-Counterpoints 2-4, Madrigals 2,
Class Council Alternate 2-3, Junior Spectacular 2-3, Intra-
murals 2-3, Folk Music 2.
Nancy Ann Pearson-Panther Athletic 2-3, Review Typing 2,
Travel 3, Arts 8- Crafts 3, Home Ec. 2.
Bryant Charles Pedigo-Peals of Liberty 3-4, Band 2-3,
Chess 2-3, Biology 3.
John David Peirce-Band 2, Track 2, Gymnastics 2-4, Pan-
ther Athletics 3-4, Debate 2, Lettermen's Club 4.
'Gary Alan Pelsue-Junior Spectacular 2, Fall Musical 3,
Music Men 2, Reserve Wrestling 4, Key Club 4, Folk Music 4.
'Mike Lee Penington-Concert Band 2, Symphonic Band 3-4,
Drafting 2, Panther Athletic 3-4, Travel 3, Track 3-4.
'Stephanie Layne Perkins-Concert Band 2-4, Marching
Pantherettes, Head 3-4, Foods, President 2, Folk Music 2-4,
Panther Athletic 3-4, Senior Girls' League 4,
Scott K. Petersen-Wrestling 2-4, Band 2-4, Stage Band 3-4.
James Andrew Peterson-Electronics 2, Intramurals 2-3, Key
Club 4, Panther Athletic 4, Advanced Chess 4.
'Stan K. Phariss-Panther 2-4, Boys' Booster 4, Football
Manager 4, Drafting 3, Travel 2, Scholastic Award 2.
Cathy Sue Phillips-Travel 2-4, Arts 81 Crafts 3-4, Panther
Lance Alan Pickrell-Transfer from Evansville Bosse 2, Biol-
ogy Club 4, Science Reading 4, Spanish Club, Slide Rule 4.
'Charles Pike-Panther Athletic 3-4, Travel 4, International
Relations 3, Art Club President 4, Gym Assistant 4, Junior
Thomas G. Platt-National Honor Society 3-4, Chess 3-4,
Mu Alpha Theta 3-4, Poetry 4, Government 4.
Ron Poe-Panther Athletic 2-3.
'Connie Ponder-Counterpoints 4, Student Council 2-3, Al-
ternate 4, Fall Musical 2-4, Junior Spectacular 3, Girls' En-
semble 3, Panther Athletic 3-4.
Michael G. Porteous.
Claudella Porter-Dramatics 3, Girls' Booster Block 3,
Foods 2, Sewing 2,
Edwin L. Powell-AV 2-4, AV Assistant 2-4, Junior Spec-
Paula J. Presnoples-Debate 2, Panther Athletic 3-4, Travel
3-4, Latin 3.
Gail Lynn Pribble-Art 2, Travel 2, Beginning Chess 3.
'Glenn A. Pritchard-National Honor Society 3-4, State
Heavyweight Wrestling Champion 3, Football, Varsity 2-4,
Track 2-3, Wrestling 2-3, Delegate to FCA Camp 3.
James Clifton Pruitt-National Honor Society 3-4, Student
Council Alternate 3, Sophomore Class Council Alternate,
Baseball, Reserve 2-3, Intramurals 2-3.
Jeff W. Pruner-Government 2-4, FBLA 2, Panther Athletic
3-4, German 2-4.
'Cheryl Elaine Pryor-Madrigals 35 Girls' Ensemble 45 Fu-
ture Nurses 2-45 Knitting 3, Vice-President 45 "Sound of
Music" 45 Junior Spectacular.
Janet Anne Quarto-Spanish 25 Travel 3,45 Folk Music 3-4.
Janet Ann Quirk-National Honor Society 3-45 Newspaper
Staff 35 Shorthand 45 Shakespeare 45 Girls' Exercise 4.
Kathy Gail Rafferty--Panther Athletic 2,35 Knitting 35 Foods
25 Travel 3.
Judith Ellen Ransom-Girls' Industrial Arts 25 Travel 35
Panther Athletic 35 Spanish 3.
'Terri E. Raven-Scholastic Award 25 NFL 2-35 Debate Team
2-35 Intramurals 2-35 Junior Historical Society 35 Forensics
'Joyce Anne Ray-Student Council 2-35 Orchestra 25 Span-
ish 45 Senior Class CaunciI5 Exchange Student 35 Panther
Linda Alice Ray-NFL 35 Descants 35 Folk Music 25 Travel
35 Drama 2.
'Willy Reel-Panther Athletic 35 Football 2-35 Tennis 2-35
Wrestling 2-35 Sophomore Class Chairman 25 Student Coun-
'Ike H. Regenstreifw-Basketball Manager 2-45 Newspaper
staff 2-35 Key Club 3, Historian 45 Junior SpectacuIar5 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2-4.
Ellen Virginia Reilly-Folk Music.
Mary Carol Reiney-Booster 2-35 Glee Club 25 Panther
'Allan Jeff Reinking-Key Club 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
Cross Country 45 Chess 2-35 Track 3-45 Lettermen 4.
Larry Rennen-Chess 2,35 Intramurals 2-3.
Susan Elaine Renner-Transfer from Connecticut,
Earl R. Rich-Chess 3-4.
Senior section boosts Panther spirit
Leading the crowd to greater school spirit,
reserve cheerleader Terry Mathews urges
the senior cheering section to support the
undefeated football team in its final
game of the season.
Posters show basketball spirit, and Se-
niors Florrie Binford and Bruce Blom-
berg admire their winning posters of
Panther Pep Week at the end of January.
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Council Alternate, Chess 3-4.
Lee Donald Roberts.
'Peggy Roberts-Prom Co-Chairman 3, Counterpoints 3-4,
Fall Musical 3-4, Junior Spectacular 3, Panther Athletic 3-4,
Junior Class Council.
'Sharon Robertson-Panther Athletic 2, Travel 3, Review
Typing 3, Booster Block 2.
Dave Alan Robinson-Panther Athletic 3-4, Intramurals 3-4.
Sally Anne Robison-Sophomore Class Council, Travel 3-4,
Girls' Auto Mechanics 2, Panther Athletic 4.
.lon Richard Roesch--Wrestling 2-4, Government 3, Panther
Athletic 3-4, Diving 3, Gym Assistant 3.
Steven Russell Roller-Intramural Wrestling Champion 3.
Barbara Ann Rose-Booster Block 3, Relay Princess 3, Cos-
tume 2, Panther Athletic 3-4.
"Roberta Laurene Ross-Drama 2-3, Stagecraft 3-4, NFL
2-4, National Thespians 3-4, Panther Athletic 3, Newspaper
'Ann Theresa Roth-Drama 2, Junior Class Council Alter-
nate, Folk Music 2, Forensics 2, Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3.
Randall George Richards-Wrestling 2-4, Hydronauts 3-4,
Tennis 2, Panther Athletic 3.
Thomas R. Richter-Panther Athletic 3-4, Travel 2, Sopho-
more Class Council Alternate.
'Sandra l.ee Riddell-Bell Choir 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Junior
Historical Society 2-4, Drama 2-3, Junior Spectacular 3-4,
Lab Assistant 4.
'Frank J. Rikhoff-Cross Country 2, lntramurals 2-4, For-
ensics 3, Chess 3, Space 2, Junior Historical Society 2.
John S. Ripma-Intramurals 2-3, Panther Athletic 3, Diving
'Dale Bruce Roberts--National Honor Society 3-4, Key Club
3-4, Panther Athletic 3-4, Intramurals 2-4, Junior Class W
'Mark Robert Roth-Chess and Checkers 27 Indianapolis
Science Seminar 27 National Merit Letter of Commendation
47 Mu Alpha Theta 37 Intramural Bowling 37 Scholastic
'Robert Jay Rothbaum-Mu Alpha Theta 2-3, President 47
Student Council, Parliamentarian 47 National Honor Society
3-47 Key Club 3-47 Yearbook Staff 3, Business Manager 47
National Merit Semifinalist 4.
'Beverly Lyn Routt-French 2-37 Great Books 47 Stage Crew
3-47 Panther Athletic 37 Government 47 Peals of Liberty 4,
Judith Arlene Ruede-AFS 2-47 Travel 37 Foods 37 Govern-
ment 27 FTA 2.
Sharon Jane Rushton-Librarian 2-47 Marching Band 2-47
Pep Band 37 Intramurals 2-37 Panther Athletic 2-47 French 3.
David I. Sachs-Panther Athletic 2-37 Advanced Chess Club
2-37 History of Math 27 Science Reading 27 Government 3.
Vicki Jean Sage-Travel 2-37 Panther Athletic 2-37 Knitting
37 Newspaper Representative7 Art 47 Senior Girls' League.
William Marc Schabler-Student Council 37 Panther Athletic
3-47 Travel 37 Advanced Chess 3-47 World Culture 4.
Aurelia Marie Schaefer-Travel 37 Science Reading 37 Pub-
licity Committee-Junior Spectacular 37 Junior Achievement
Ann Schaeffer-Typing 27 Art and Crafts 37 Travel 37 Pan-
ther Athletic 37 World Culture 4.
David Alan Schermerhorn-Chess 27 Advanced Chess 37
Panther Athletic 37 Travel 37 Wrestling 2.
'Carrie Sue Schiffli-National Honor Society 3-47 Junior
Class CounciI7 Girls' State Alternate 37 Panther Athletic 3-47
French 3-47 Senior Girls' League Planning Board.
Marianina Schillen-Panther Athletic 2-47 Spanish 2-47
Knitting 37 Travel 37 Spanish Contest 2nd place 27 Spanish
Contest 3rd place 3.
Candy M. Schmidt-Panther Athletic 2-47 German 27 Knitting
37 Travel 2-3.
Terry P. Schmutte-Panther Athletic 4.
Robert W. Schnazkel-Audio-Visual 2-47 Intramurals 3-47
Audio Visual Assistant 2-4,
Laurel Anne Schneider-Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 2-37
Stage Crafts 2-37 Folk Music 27 Booster 2.
Danna Lynn Schneiter-Transfer from Louisville.
Joe W. Schoolcrafl-National Honor Society 3-47 NDCC
Rifle Team 2-47 Wrestling 2-47 Football 2.
Mark Thomas Schornstein-German 2-37 Panther Athletic 37
Great Books 27 Reserve Basketball 2-37 Reserve Track 37
'Carol Jane Schortemeyer--National Honor Society 3-47
Senior Girls' LEUQUE7 Science Service 37 Biology Lab Assis-
tant 47 Panther Athletic 37 Gym Assistant 3-4.
'Thomas F. SchraderAtudent Council President 47 Junior
Class Council President 37 National Honor Society 3-47
Football 2-47 Mu Alpha Theta 2, Secretary-Treasurer 37 Ger-
man, President 3.
Nancy E. Schroeder-Travel 27 Typing 27 Attendance Of-
fice 37 Panther Athletic 3-47 German 3. -
'Walter Howard Schuchmann-Junior Spectacular 37 March-
ing Band 27 NDCC Drill Team 2-3, Commander 47 NDCC
Battalion Formation 2-3, Commander 47 Debate 27 Chess 2.
'lleah L. Schulte-Junior Spectacular 37 Counterpoints 3-47
Fall Musical 3-47 Scholastic Award 2-37 Senior Class Coun-
cil 47 Panther Athletic 2-3.
WM. Frederick Schwab-AFS 3, Vice-President 47 Govern-
ment Club 2-37 Chess Club 2-47 Slide Rule 47 Intramurals
2-47 Review Typing 2.
Mark David Schwartz-Travel 37 German 37 Lab Assistant 4.
Rita Lynne Schwartz-Travel 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-47
Drama 27 Tricycle Race 3-47 Arts and Crafts 3-47 Atten-
dance Office 4.
'Hahn B. Scofield-Key Club 3, Secretary 4, Student Coun-
cil 3-4, Yearbook Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Junior Spectacular
3, Fall Musical 4, Music Men 4.
Barbara Jean Scohier-FNA 3, Panther Athletic 3.
Jennifer Mick Scott- Panther Athletic 3, Intramurals 2-3,
Student Council Alternate 3, Folk Music 2-3, Junior Spec-
'I'Sharon Kay Scudder-National Honor Society 3-4, Junior
Spectacular 3, Mu Alpha Theta 3-4, Junior Class Council,
Orchestra 3-4, AFS 4.
'Mary Ann Sebastian-National Honor Society 3-4, Student
Council Alternate 2, Member-at-Large 3, Spanish 2-4,
Scholastic Award 2-4, Junior Spectacular 3, Descants 3-4.
Oliver John N. Seidler--Language Lab Assistant 2-4.
Gordon Edward Shackelford-Intramurals 2-3, Chess 2-3,
Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3, Science Lab Assistant 4.
'Gregory J. Sherry-Panther Athletic 3-4, Travel 3-4, Bio-
logy 2, Intramurals 2,4, Key Club 4, Academic Games 4.
Jack J. Shewmaker-Varsity Football 2-4, Varsity Wrestling
3-4, Panther Athletic 3-4.
Caroline Kent Shields-Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 2-4,
Attendance Office Assistant 4.
'Robert E. Shoemaker+Stagecrew 2-4, Panther Athletic
2-4, Lab Assistant 3-4, Science Service 3-4, National Thes-
pian Society 4, Junior Spectacular 3,
Robert Earl Short-Art 2-3, Panther Athletic 4, Geology
4, Academic Games 4, Intramurals 4.
Janie Lynn Sicking-Red Cross 2, Travel 3, Panther Ath-
Peter Lee Silet-Drill Team 2, NDCC 2-4, Battalion For-
mation 2-4, Rifle Team 4.
Stephen H. Silver-Travel 3, Intramurals 2, French 3, Pan-
ther Athletic 3, Lab Assistant 4.
'Susan Lawrence Silver-Junior Class Council Alternate,
Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 2, Scholastic Award 2, Intra-
murals 2-3, Junior Spectacular 3.
'Bruce Todd Sklare-Debate Team 2-3, Varsity Tennis 2-4,
Forensics 2-4, Government 3, Debate 2-3, Intramurals 2-4.
Laura Sue Slatter-Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3, Art Crafts 3.
Karen Elaine Slemmer-Transfer Student from Evansville,
Michael A. Smart-Tennis 2-4, Slide Rule 3, French 3, ln-
"Cheryl Ann Smith-Junior Class Council 3, National Honor
Society 3-4, Baton Corps 2-3, Gym Assistant 3-4, Senior
Class Council, Intramurals 2-3.
Darrel Lee Smith-Panther Athletic 2-3,
Debra Jo Smith-Library Secretary 3, Panther Athletic 2-3.
Martha Smith-Art 2-3, Panther Athletic 3-4, Peals of Liberty
3, Girl's Exercise 4.
'Mary Scott Smith--Student Council 2, Publicity Chairman
3, National Honor Society 3-4, Christmas Princess 2, AFS
4, Lab Assistant 3-4, Program Committee Chairman, Junior
Rebecca Ann Smith-Folk Music 2-3, FNA 3, Knitting 3,
Panther Athletic 2-3.
Robert Holland Smith-Wrestling 2-3, Baseball 2-3, Panther
Athletic 3, Junior Spectacular 3, Gym Assistant 3.
'Rebecca Ann Smock-French 2, Girls' Industrial Arts 2,
Sophomore Class Council Alternate, A Cappella 2-3, Descants
4, Intramurals 2.
Cynthia Lin Smoals-Panther Athletic 2-3, Booster Block
2-3, French 2.
'Pamela Kay Snodgrass--Booster Block 2-3, International
Foods 3, AFS 2, Folk Music 2, Drama 2, Intramurals 2.
'Raymond Ward Snowden-Biology 2, Advanced Chess
2-4, Air Space 3, Panther Athletic 3-4, A Cappella 3-4,
'Vicki Lee Sohn-Panther Athletic 2-4, Folk Music 2-3,
"Sound of Music" 4, Girls Ensemble 4, Junior Spectacular,
'Susan Lynn Solecki-Foods, Vice President 3, Costume,
Vice President 4, Clothing, President 4, Home Economics
Helper 3, FTA, Treasurer.
Robert H. Snuchon-Football 2-3, Class Council 2-3, Wres-
tling 3-4, Junior Spectacular.
'Kay Ellen Sparks-Baton Corps 2-4, Sophomore Class
Council Alternate, Panther Athletic 2-4, Travel 3, Foods 2,
Family Jamboree Fashion Show Model.
'Kathy Sparrenberger-Counterpoints 4, Fall Musical 3-4,
Junior Spectacular Act Chairman, Class Council 4, Folk
Music 3-4, Panther Athletic 3-4.
Carl Speaker-Graphic Arts 4.
.lan Spilman-Panther Athletic 3, Travel 3.
Neil E. Sprecher-Government 2-3, Chess 3, German 2.
'Susan C. Springer-Panther Athletic 3-4, Intramurals 2,
Stage Crew 3, Costume 3, Secretary 4, Junior Spectacular,
Student Council Alternate 4.
'Edward Alan Sputh-Chess Team 2-3, Music Men 3-4,
Junior Spectacular, A Capella 2, "West Side Story" 2, Ad-
vanced Chess 2-4.
Betsy Ann Sraden-Stage Crew 2-3, Secretary 4, Thespians
3-4, Physical Education Helper 3-4, Costume 3-4, Drama
Curtis E. Stahl-Chess.
'Gayle Suzanne Stahluth-NHS 3-4, Thespians 3-4, For-
ensics 2-4, Girls Ensemble 3-4, Costume 2-4, Student
Centralites gather after athletic games
Meeting after a football game, Central-
ites Pat Looney, Sue Collins, Alan Lebin,
Cindy Pribble, Bob Dinnsen, Scilla Strang,
Susie Kappes, and Jackie Bishop eat and
discuss the plays of the game.
Seniors Ann Schaeffer, Mary Schillen,
Nancy Hendricks, and Sandy Cohen learn
the basic fundamentals of molding and
firing pottery in sculpturing class.
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Central adds sculpturmg
Wayne Alfred Starling-Transfer Student from Cathedral7
Track, Varsity 47 Cross Country 47 Travel 47 Panther Ath-
Susan M. Sieckelmann-Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 37
Concert 27 A Capella 3.
'Nancy Jane Steinmeier-Biology Lab Assistant 37 Spanish
37 Travel 37 Panther Atsletic 37 Stagecrew 37 Drama 2.
'Jane Allen Steinmetz-Panther Athletic 2-47 Travel 37
Forensics 27 Concert 27 A Capella 37 Descants 4.
Carole Elizabeth Stevens-Panther Athletic 2-37 French 27
AFS 27 Travel 2.
Leslie Denise Stevens-Girls' Ensemble 2-47 Student Council
27 Panther Athletic 3-47 Junior Spectacular 3.
'Don Gary Stidham-Intramurals 2-47 Panther Athletic 3-47
Travel 3-47 Junior Spectacular 37 Senior Class Council Al-
terr1ate7 Chess 4.
Martha Ann Stieneker-First Place in All-School Art Show
27 Honorable Mention in Scholastic Art Contest 3.
'Gary Martin Slohler-National
dren's Theater 27 Scuba Diving
pians Society 3-47 Drama 2-37
Mark D. Stolkin-Aquarium 27
Forensics League 2-47 Chil-
President 37 National Thes-
Folk Music 3-4.
Journalism 27 Latin 2,
Patricia Ann Stone-Student Council 37 Folk Music 27 Pan-
ther Athletic 37 Travel 37 Art Crafts 2.
'William Sumner Stone-National Forensics League 37 Pep
Band 2-37 Travel 37 Military History 2-37 Junior Historical
Society 37 Intramurals 3.
Patricia Carol Storms-Stagecrew 37 Panther Athletic 37
Travel 37 Junior Historical Society 3.
'Priscilla F. Sirang-Stagecrek 3-47 Student Council Al-
ternate 37 Travel 37 Junior Historical Society 37 Chemistry
Lab Assistant 47 Panther Athletic 3.
'Tom Strang-Science Service 37 German 37 Panther Ath-
letic 37 Chemistry Lab Assistant 47 Junior Class Council
Alternate7 Review Typing 3.
Judy Ann Street-Review Typing 2-3.
Mark Gregory Stroh-Wrestling 2-45 Student Council Al-
ternate 25 Class Council Alternate 35 Junior Spectacular 3.
David Rupert Strong-Junior Prom 35 Key Club 45 Travel
2-35 Panther Alternate 2-35 Newspaper Cartoonist 35 Music
Sharon Melodie Strother-Travel 2-35 Panther Athletic
2-35 German 25 Attendance Office 3.
Pamela Jean Strouse.
'Steve C. Stultz-Intramurals 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
Travel 35 Band 2-35 Chess 35 Key Club 4.
Al Sturgis-Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 3.
'Nancy Ann Sullivan-Panther Athletic 2-35 International
Relations 25 Latin Secretary 35 Travel 35 Concert Choir 2-35
Junior Spectacular 3.
John Farrell Sutherland-Panther Athletic 35 Travel 35
'Linda Ann Swanson-Reserve Cheerleader 3, Varsity 45
National Honor Society 3-45 Junior Spectacular 35 Gym
Assistant 35 Scholastic Award 2-35 Chemistry Lab Assis-
Judith Caroline Sweeney-Panther Athletic 35 Junior His-
torical Society 35 Junior Spectacular 25 AFS 2-35 Junior
Achievement 35 Scholastic Award 2-3.
Patti L. Swenson-Reserve Cheerleader 35 Spanish 25 ln-
tromurals 25 Panther Athletic 2-35 Gym Assistant 35 Booster
"Kathryn K. Symmes-Newspaper 25 Peals of Liberty 45 Folk
Music 3-45 Homecoming Float Chairman 45 Junior Specta-
cular 45 Intramurals 3.
Neal J. Taslitz-Biology 2-35 Debate 25 Panther Athletic
'Lawrence Steven Tavel-Panther Athletic 2-45 Yearbook
Staff 3-45 Scholastic Award 2-45 Junior Class Council 35
Student Council 45 Junior Spectacular 3.
William Taw-Biology 25 Slide Rule 25 Computer 3.
'Priscilla E. Taylor-Scholastic Award 2-45 Orchestra 2-3,
Secretary 45 Stage Crew 2-45 Fall Musical 2-45 Junior Spec-
tacular 35 Senior Girls League.
C. Sam Tedrowe-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 35 Gym
'Katherine Anne Tekolst+Notional Honor Society 3-45 Scho-
lastic Award 2-45 Orchestra 45 Lab Assistant 45 National
Merit Let-ter of Commendation 45 Mu Alpha Theta 4.
Robert Allen Tepfer-Panther Athletic 45 Slide Rule 35 History
of Math 2.
'Richard Lee Tewksbury-Varsity Football 2-45 Track 2-35
Panther Athletic 2-4, Planning Committee 2-37 Student Coun-
cil 35 Lettermen's Club 3-45 Music Men 4.
Carter Allen Tharp-Student Council 2-35 Language Lab
Assistant 2-45 Panther Athletic 25 Travel 2.
Sharon Rae Thayer-lntromurals 45 Knitting.
Beverly Jean Thomas-Panther Athletic 3-45 Junior 81 Senior
Girls' Exercise 2-45 Future Nurses 2.
Bradford Earl Thomas-Wind Ensemble 35 Marching Band
3-45 Intramurals 2.
Barbara Ann Thompson-Clothing President 45 Future Nurses
Vice President 45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
Joyce Ellen Thompson-Junior Spectacular 35 Junior Class
Council 35 Travel 35 Jamboree Fashion Show Model 45
Panther Athletic 45 Senior Girls League 4.
Michael Lee Thompson-Sophomore Class Council Alternote5
Chess 2-35 Student Council Alternate 35 Intramurals 3.
"Susan P. Thompson-Mu Alpha Theta 2-4, German Sec-
retary 3, Head Maiorette, Baton Corps 3-4, National Honor
Society 3-4, Student Council 2-4, Junior Class Council AI-
Beverly Eileen Thornburg-President Art Club 4, Panther
Athletic 4, Junior Spectacular 3, World Culture 4, Drama 4.
William James Thwing-President Bell Choir 3-4, Band 2-3,
Panther Athletic 4, Chess 2.
Carole Louise Tindall-Panther Athletic 3-4, Folk Music 3,
Travel 3, Art 4, Knitting 3.
Susan Lynne Tishler-Spanish 3, Review Typing 3, Booster
Block 2, Panther Athletic 2-4.
Linda Eve Tomlinson-Falk Music 2-4, Stage Crew 3-4,
Fall Musical 3-4, Madrigals 3, Girls' Ensemble 4, Panther
Brenda Toney--Gym Assistant 3, Panther Athletic 2, Travel
Phillip Dennis Toth-Nantional Honor Society 3-4, Mu
Alpha Theta 3-4, Baseball 2-4, Intramurals 2-4, Science
Reading 3, German 3-4.
'Debbie Tower-Travel 2-3, Panther Athletic 2-4, Latin
2, Review Typing 3, Newspaper Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
'Andi N. Trais-Stage Crew 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4,
Newspaper Staff 4, Junior Spectacular, Senior Girls' League
4, Panther Athletic 2-3.
Linda Tuchman-French 2,4, Language Lab Assistant 2,
International Relations 3, Senior Girls' League, World Cul-
Kathleen Mary Tully-Transfer from Nanuet, New York, Na-
tional Honor Society 3-4, Panther Athletic 4, Future Nurses
4, Senior Girls' League.
'Janet Marie Turner-Marching Band 2-4, Symphonic Band
3-4, Concert Band 2, Pep Band 2-3, Travel 3, Panther
David G. Tynan.
J. Kirk Undercoffer-Baseball 2-4, Football 3, Panther
Athletic 3-4, Gym Assistant 3-4, Intramurals 3-4.
Brant Clyne Unversaw-Arts and Crafts, President 2-4,
Intramurals 2, Art, Secretory 3-4, Panther Athletic 2-4,
Robert Lee Valentine-National Honor Society 3-4.
'Barbara Jane VanArsdol-Booster Block 2, Panther Athletic
3, Shorthand 2, Audio-Visual Helper 3, Spanish 3, Travel 3.
Mike Jay Vanc?Lettermen 3-4, Panther Athletic 3-4, Var-
sity Football 3-4, Track 3.
'Carol Jean VanDoren--Sophomore Class Council, Guidance
Office Helper 3, Travel 3, Drama 2-3, Stage Crew 3,
'Cindy Lou Van Meter-Spanish 2, Future Nurses 2, Pan-
ther Athletic 3, Travel 3, Student Council 3, Alternate 2.
'Sandra Lynn Vargo-Travel 3, Tronscribe 3, Panther Ath-
letic 3-4, Athletic Office 3, Knitting 4, Home Economic Of-
'Catherine Ann Vaughan--Madrigals 2, Junior Spectacular
3, Descants 3, Student Council 3, "LiI' Abner" 3, Counter-
James Merrill Vawter-Stagecrew 3-4, Panther Athletic 3,
Band 2-4, Travel 3.
'Elizabeth Jean Vonnegut-Scholastic Award 3-4, Panther
Athletic 3, Stage Crew 3, Drama 2, French 2, Folk Music 3.
Anne Marie Ware-Booster Block 3, Panther Athletic 3,
Transfer Student From Chatard High School 3.
'Martha Sue Wallace-Knitting 3, Panther Athletic 3, Scha-
Iastic Award 2-3, Great Books 2, American Authors 2, Trav-
Michael Steven Wallace-Golf 2-4, Panther Athletic 3-4,
Student Council Alternate 2, Intramurals 2-4.
'John R. Walter-Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3-47
Letterman's Club 3, Vice-President 47 Panther Athletic 2-47
Senior Class Council7 Homecoming King Candidate 47 Track
'Douglas A. Ward-Sophomore Class Vice-Chairman7 Foot-
ball 27 Student Council 37 Gymnastics 37 Art Vice-President 27
Gym Assistant 3.
James D. Ward.
Joanne Ward-Stage Crew 2-37 Travel 3-47 Panther Athletic
Verlee Jane Warfield-Travel 2-37 French 2-47 Panther Ath-
letic 2-47 Senior Girls' League7 AFS 4.
Barbara Jean Warren-Panther Athletic 2-37 Review Typing
27 Travel 37 Booster Block 27 Junior Class Council.
'Karen Ann Wasson-Spanish 2-47 Senior Class Council7
Panther Athletic 2-47 Shakespeare 3-47 Baton Corps 2-47
'Marcia Ann Weakley--Panther Athletic 2-37 Travel 2-37
Spanish 37 Junior Spectacular 37 Art 47 Senior Girls' League.
Carol Weddle-Language Lab Assistant 3-47 Library As-
sistant 2-37 Travel 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-4.
James Alan Weigle-Chess 2-3.
Frank Light Weiland-Slide Rule 2-3.
'Anne Weinstein-Reading Lab Assistant 3-47 Red Cross
President 3-47 Latin Vice-President 27 Future Nurses 2-47
Delegate to Red Cross High School Board 3-47 Red Cross 2-4.
'Suzanne Marie Weir-Girls' Glee Club 27 Stage Crew 2-37
Panther Athletic 3-47 Travel 37 Attendance Office Assistant
3-47 French 4.
'Annette Weiske-Panther Athletic 2-47 Travel 37 Knitting
3-47 French 27 AFS 47 Review Typing 4.
William Michael Wells--Transfer from Brebeuf.
Susan Jane Welsh-Panther Athletic 2-37 Knitting 37 Travel
Future homemaker wins Betty Crocker award
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Demonstrating the culinary talent which
helped her win the Betty Crocker Future
Homemaker Award, Nancy Alsop removes
muffins from the tin.
Preston R. Westlake-Advanced Chess 2, lntramurals 3.
John Wimberly Whitaker-A Capella 2-4, Intramurals 2.
'Bruce W. White-Counterpoints 2-3, President 4, Student
Council 3-4, Boys' State 3, Key Club 3-4, Fall Musical 3-4,
Jupnior Spectacular 3.
Don J. White.
'William White-Orchestra 3, Symphonic Band 2, Concert
Band 2, Varsity Drill Team 2-3, Chamber Music 3, Pep Bond
Robert Glen Whitinger-Junior Spectacular 2-3, Fall Musical
2-3, Stage Band 2-3.
James William Whitmore.
'Gloria Faye Wichmann-Knitting 2-3, Costume 2-3, Pan-
ther Athletic 3, International Relations 4, Junior Spectacular
3, Foods 2.
"Maureen Widduck-Stage Crew 3, FTA 3-4, Student Coun-
cil 2, Red Cross 4, Geology 4, Panther Athletic 4.
Rodney B. Wild-Government 2-3, International Relations
2-3, Bell Choir 2-3, Stage Crew 3.
Paul Allen Wilhoit-Wind Ensemble 3, Stage Band 3, Pep
Becky Lynn Willard-Panther Athletic 2-3, German 2, Stu-
dent Council 2, Alternate 3, Senior Class Council.
Barry Edward Willey-Wrestling 2, NDCC 2-4, Battalion
Betty Louise Williams-Transfer from New York, Notehand
3, FTA 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Panther Athletic 4, Intramurals
Nancy Ann Williams-Intramurals 2, Travel 2, French 3,
FBLA 3, Panther Athletic 3, Junior Achievement 2-3.
Rhonda Sue Williams-Sophomore Class Council Alternate,
Girls' Glee Club 2-3, Concert Choir 2-3, Madrigols 4.
Roy Kevin Williams-Panther Athletic 3-4, A Capella 2-3,
Music Men 4, Travel 4.
Michael P. Winkle.
Roger A. Winkler-Travel 2-3, Panther Athletic 2-4, Spanish
3-4, German 2, FBLA 3.
'Deborah A. Winter-Art 2, Panther Athletic 3-4, Spanish
3, Travel 3, National Honor Society Scholastic Award 2-3.
Matthew Winters-Chess 3, Drafting 2-3.
Robert Samuel Wohlstadter-Panther Athletic 3, Travel 4,
Electronics 2, Spanish 3.
'Gary R. Wolf-National Honor Society 3-4, Marching Band
3-4, Hoosier Boys' State 3, Government President 4, Thes-
pians 4, Student Council 2-4.
'Karen Sue Wolf-National Honor Society 3, Secretary 4,
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4, Baton Corps 3-4, IU Honors
Program to Germany 3, Junior Spectacular 3, German Presi-
Mark A. Wolf-National Honor Society 3-4, Forensics 3-4,
Debate 3-4, Debate President 3, Speech 3-4.
Andrew Edward Wolsifer-.Junior Achievement 4, Chess
Lynne Marie Woodard-Drama 2-4, Stage Crew 3-4.
Douglas Wrege--Intramurals 2-37 Panther Athletic 37 Chess
'Carol Ann Wright-Review Typing 27 Stage Crew 47 Span-
ish 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-47 Junior Spectacular 37 Senior
Class Council Alternate.
Fiona Anne Wright-National Honor Society 37 Debate Team
37 Stage Crew 37 Lab Assistant 37 Scholastic Citation 2-3.
Linda Jane Wright-Travel 37 Panther Athletic 37 Transfer
From Hinsdale High School.
"Marsha Diane Wright-Stage Crew 2-3, Vice-President 47
Drama 3-47 Costume 3-47 National Thespian Society 3-47
Booster Block 27 Student Council 2-3.
Roger Wright-Panther Athletic 37 Intramurals 2-37 Chess
2-37 Travel 3.
Steve K. Yockey.
Victoria Elaine York.
Betsy Jane Young-Travel 2-47 Panther Athletic 2-47 Span-
'l'Margaret Ann Young-Drama 37 Travel 2-37 French 27 Girls'
Concert Choir 2-37 A Capella 47 Children's Play 2.
'Martha Lane Youngquist-Junior Prom QUEGDQ Folk Music
Secretary 47 Block's High School Fashion Board 47 Senior
Class Secretary7 Homecoming Queen7 Jamboree Style Show
Roger Franklyn Youtsey-Chess Team 2-47 Forensic 3-47 ln-
William Alford Zaring-Panther Athletic 27 Student Council
Alternate 37 Folk Singing 47 Intramurals 4.
Angelika H. Zehnen-Panther Athletic 37 Girls' Auto Mechan-
Janice Sue Zeigler-Travel 2-47 Panther Athletic 3,
Wayne F. Zervis-Travel 37 Panther Athletic 37 Biology 47
lntramurals Captain 4.
George Zimmermann-Football 2-47 Wrestling 2-4.
James S. Blackwell
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
Steven Scott Johnson
Wendy Sue .ladin
Steven Michael Lowe
Gretchen L. Mclntyre
Mary Barbara McKinney
Janis E. Mcmurtrie
David lee Mowling
Walter J. Palmer
Fred C. Petersen
Sherry D. Reiche
Steven W. Shelby
William M. Smiatek
Jeff Ven Spreckelsen
Junior Dave Baldwin smiles with delight as he re-
ceives his ruby class ring from Mr. George Craven,
a representative from Herff Jones Company.
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Junior Class Council-Front Row: Nancy O'Kane, Rhonda Wagman, Polly
Wise, Michelle Chiplis, Barbara dekaismes, Cindy Cagle, Denise Taylor, Mela-
nee Smith, Kari Dunn, Karen Garriott, and Meg Brause. Second Row: Faith
Martin, Stephanie Kelso, Katy Kreusser lsecretaryi, Cherry! Behrmann, Polly
Boleman, Jan Lingeman, Dana Roth, Ginny Humbert, Kathy Wills, Annette
gs 1 H
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Sachs, and Sheri Stanley. Third Row: Greg Schlegel ipresidentl, Greg Redish,
Greg Anderson, Mark Holmquist, Dave Baldwin, Doug Nie, Jim Crocker,
and Bill Johnson. Fourth Row: Gerry Grinkmeyer, Rick Lash, Mark Mills,
Bob Byrd itreasurerl, Bob Perlstein, Al Dinwiddie ivice-presidentl, and Jack
Harcourt. Mr. Kenneth D. Patton is sponsor of the Junior Council.
After the initial sophomore introduc-
tion to Central life, iuniors prepared for
a year of activities and opportunities.
Their first responsibility was to elect
class officers from twelve candidates.
After listening to the candidates'
speeches, iuniors chose Greg Schlegel
as president of the iunior class. Other
officers elected were Al Dinwiddie,
vice-president, Katy Kreusser, secretary,
and Bob Byrd, treasurer. Later they se-
lected red stones in oval settings for
the class ring.
The third annual class party, "Psy-
chedelic Sounds," was sponsored by
the Junior Class Council and proceeds
were contributed to the Christamore
House. Entertainment was provided
by "The Emblems."
In December, Junior Spectacular
plans began with the selection of stu-
dent co-ordinators Polly Wise and Dick
Williams. Five acts were chosen for
presentation March 7, 8, and 9.
After Spectacular, iuniors began to
plan their Junior Prom, "Wear You
Love Like Heaven." It was held at the
Indiana Roof Ballroom on May ll.
Balancing gracefully, iunior Caren Cady strikes a
pose which helped her to win third place in the
Misses' Silver Dance Competition.
Junior class officers Greg Schlegel, president, Kathy Kruesser, secretary, Bob Byrd, treasurer, and
Al Dinwiddle, vice-president, work with Mr. Patton to co-ordinate iunior activities.
Junior Spectacular student co-ordinators Dick Williams and Polly Wise work with Mr. Donald Martin,
Miss Margery Laycock and Mr. William Lord, faculty advisors, to make the production a success,
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Janis Adams, Joan Adams, Sally Adams, Edward
Adriance, Elaine Agner, Michael Ahner.
William Akin, Pamela Alboher, David Aldridge,
Dane Alexander, Frederick Alexander, Terri Alex-
ander, Mariory Alig, Dawn Allen, Janet Allen.
Susan Allen, William Alsop, Deborah Altman,
Robert Amend, Lowell Amos, Cristy Anderson,
Diana Anderson, Gregory Anderson, Judith Ander-
Randy Anderson, Kristina Andresen, Stephen Ar-
nold, Debbie Arshop, Jean Ashby, Sally Astley,
Suzanne Avels, Thomas Baas, Robert Bach.
Christina Bade, Barbara Bailey, Betsy Bailey, Re-
becca Bailey, Craig Baird, Debbie Baker, Jean
Baldrige, David Baldwin, Herbert Baldwin.
James Baldwin, Ronald Baldwin, Annetta Ball,
Katherine Ball, Virginia Bargahiser, Steven Barnes,
Mary Barrett, George Basch, Nancy Batchellor.
Meredith Bates, Joseph Batza, Coral Baudendistel,
Jane Bauer, Kent Beam, Deborah Beck, Ronald
Becker, John Beeson, Cherryl Behrmann.
Christine Bell, Dennis Bell, Janet Belschwender,
Dianna Bennett, Kathleen Bennett, Richard Berg-
stedt, Traci Berling, Matthew Berney, Susan Berns.
Randall Bernstein, Denise Beutler, Debra Bevins,
Georgia Bigham, Debra Black, Gary Black, Rich-
ard Black, Tracy Black, Julia Blackburn.
Bruce Blair, Joseph Blakley, Julie Blakley, Colleen
Blekking, Nancy Blickenstaff, Michael Bloch, Jill
Blumenthal, Susan Blumhardt, William Blythe.
Bruce Boie, Meryem Bolat, Polly Boleman, Cheryl
Boling, Deborah Bolinger, Robert Boone, Deborah
Boring, Kathy Borinstein, John Borton.
John Bose, Susan Boslough, Roger Boswell, Den-
nis Bottamiller, Joy Bottoms, Richard Bowers, Joyce
Bowman, Jack Braitman, James Brandt.
Meredith Brause, James Broaddus, Barbara Brodey,
William Brody, Linda Broeking, Janet Brooks,
Richard Brooks, Alison Brown, Debra Brown.
Linda Brown, Michael Brown, Richard
Wendy Brown, Susan Browning, Katherine
ner, Nancy Buchanan, Marilou Buddenbaum, Wil-
Louis Bumb, Dede Burger, Melody Burns,
Burnside, Jeffrey Burris, Anthony Burrus,
Busby, John Busch, Thomas Bush.
Barbara Butz, Bruce Butz, Jerry Byers,
Byrd, Coren Cady, Karen Cage, Margaret
Elliott Caine, Stephen Calderon,
Rex Callaway, Catherine Campbell, Marcia Camp-
bell, Brad Connaday, Joyce Cannell, Deirdre
Cannon, Leonard Cantor, Vicki Cantrell, Craig
Marc Caplan, Frederick Capp, David Carden, Cath-
erine Carr, Gerladean Carr, William Carroll, David
Carter, Patricia Carter, James Cary.
Marianne Ceaser, Rollin Chab, Susan Chamber-
lain, Robert Chan, John Chattin, Richard Cheney,
Michele Chiplis, Lori Christopher, Justine Clapp.
During the NSPA banquet held in Chicago
Juniors Craig Capehart and Lenny Cantor
listen to Scott Jackson's views on current
publications problems. At a state convention
held late in October, Scott was elected presi-
dent of the Indiana State Press Association.
president of ISPA
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Cathlyn Clark, David Clymer, David Clark, Martha
Clarke, Betsy VonSpreckelsen, Patti Clay, Robert
J. Clay, Michael Clayton, Cindy Clifton.
Jerry Clouser, Candace Cluster, Duane Cockran,
Gary A. Cohen, Gary Cohen, Joanne Cohen, Mar-
tin Cohen, Sharon Cohen, Pamela Colglazier.
Marie Collins, Sherry Collins, Susan Collins, Linda
Combs, Monty Combs, Emily Conly, Sally Conly,
Timothy Conly, Michael Conover.
Deborah Conrad, Charles Cooper, Daniel Cooper,
David Cooper, Darlene Coover, Ann Corbett, Clau-
dia Corey, David Cory, Elizabeth Coulter,
Ronald Covey, Cathleen Crofton, Karen Craig,
Cheryl Crawford, James Crocker, Eileen Crouse,
Gary Crowe, John Cunningham, Thomas Cun-
Pamela Cupp, Eric Cure, Debbie Curry, Kim Dahl-
strand, Elizabeth Dale, Deborah Daniels, Sam
David, Ann Davidson, Christy Davis.
Dale Davis, Lee Davis, Peter Davis, Scott Davis,
Bradley Dawe, Charles Dawson, Christopher Daw-
son, Dennis Dawson, Catherine Day.
Class of 1969 awaits coming ear
As Terri Stephenson, junior, poses for her
underclassmen picture which appears in the
1968 Northornsr, Classmate Keith Strauss,
next in line, waits his turn.
class of 1969
Louise Dean, Jack Deckard, Pamela Deer, Sylvia
Dehoyos, James DeLong, John Demasie, Sandra
Dennerline, Leslie Dentel, Barbara Deraismes.
Brooks Derflinger, Thomas Diaz, Mary DiBlasio,
David Dillinger, Emily Diltz, Albrazle Dinwiddle,
Dwight Dison, Wendy Distel, Ethel Docherty.
Sandra Donnell, Celestine Donnelly, Bruce Dorn,
Linda Dougherty, Leslie Dauthitt, Kathy Dove,
Pamela Drake, Lee Driggers, David Drummond.
Linda Druskis, Karen Duggan, Mary Dundas, Kari
Dunn, Laurie Dustman, Karen Dykema, Stephen
Eastes, Michele Eastman, Andrea Eberbach.
Barbara Eden, Carol Edingtan, Steve Elam, Ed-
ward Elliott, Michael Elliott, Steven Ellson, Gay
Elste, Sheryl Enicott, Stephen England.
Paul Enright, Karen Ensminger, Robert Eppers,
Douglas Esmon, Sally Esmon, Keith Estridge, Scott
Etherington, Donna Evans, Roger Evans.
Roderick Everhart, Rosa Ezell, Rebecca Fairbanks,
Catherine Fairfield, Catherine Fairfield, Jay Fair-
man, Duane Fant, Gerri Farber, Richard Farley,
Fred Fehsenfeld, Jr.
Dorothy Feibleman, Alan Fella, Howard Fenter,
Glenn Ferguson, Cynthia Feucht, Carole Fiedler,
William Findling, Richard Fine, Mark Fineberg.
Ribecca Fisher, Beverly Fitts, Louis Fleece, Andrea
Flowers, Andrew Fogle, Ned Fogle, Kathleen Fos-
ter, John Fowler, Rupert Franklin.
Mary Franz, Christopher Frayer, James Freihofer,
Linda Freudenthal, Wilbur Frey, Charles Fulmer,
Jeffrey Gaddy, Ann Gardiner, Larry Gardner.
Robert Garrett, Karen Garriott, Thomas Garrity,
George Gellersen, Harry Gentry, Karen George,
Linda Gilleff, Beth Gillen, Raymond Gillies.
Roger Gillies, Tina Giniger, Stephen Gipe, Kath-
leen Girdler, Drake Glasser, Julie Glatz, Steven
Goforth, Rene Goldfarb, Richard Goldsmith.
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extra time earning additional spending
money by working in the toy department.
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Susan Goldstein, Bethann Goodman, Carol Good-
win, Robert Gordon, Louise Goss, Cynthia Grady,
Garrett Graham, Melissa Graham, Jay Gavel.
Jeffrey Graves, Elaine Griffith, Lois Griffith, Bruse
Grimes, Gerald Grinkmeyer, Steven Grosby, Cyn-
thia Grundy, Robert Guilford, Joyce Guinnup.
Grace Gulling, Robert Habig, Brenda Haines, Pam- l
ela Hale, Kay Hall, Sheryl Hall, Richard Hamilton,
Mary Handley, James Hanrahan. '
Tamyra Hansen, Jack Harcourt, Thomas Hardin,
Thomas Harding, William Hardy, Bruce Hargon,
Susan Harlan, Jeannette Harper, Beth Harris.
Diana Harris, David Harrison, James Harrison,
Mark Harshman, Charles Hartley, Edward Hart-
man, Stephen Hartman, Jane Hawhee, James
Jay Hayden, James Heatley, Patricia Hehn, Deb-
orah Heil, Richard Heilbrunn, Elise Heiser, Kathi
Helfer, Gregory Henderson, Mark Henderson.
Carolyn Hendricks, Sandra Henry, Janet Heppner,
Suzzanne Harrmann, Kathy Herron, Daniel Her-
vey, Bette Heston, Donald Hibler, Mary Hicks.
class of 1969
Shary Hill, Steven Hill, Jerry Hines, Debra Hacker,
Nancy Hodapp, Marquis Hodes, Jeffrey Hoffman,
Sally Hogan, Martha Holloway.
John Holmquist, Mark Holsworth, Barbara Holt,
Mark Holt, Joan Honderich, Janet Hooker, Joe
Hooker, Alan Hopkins, Byron Horine.
Warren Hotte, Susan Hattinger, David Howard,
Laura Howard, Margaret Howard, Randy Howard,
Deborah Howe, Laurel Hoyt, Steven Hoyt.
Richard Huber, Bradford Hudson, William Huff,
Charles Huffman, Kenneth Hull, Virginia Humbert,
Dorel Hunt, Hollice Hunt, Carol Hunter.
Pamela Hurlbut, Michelle Hurteau, Richard Hur-
witz, David lauco, William Irwin, Eugene lzsak,
Cheryl Jackson, Scott Jackson, Stephen Jackson.
Steven Jackson, Don Jacobs, Stephen Jacobs,
Marcy Jay, David Jenkins, Gary Jenkins, Robert
Jenkins, Robert Jestandt, Peter Jewett.
James Jobes, Brent Johnson, James Johnson,
Kathleen Johnson, William Johnson, David John-
ston, Marcia Jones, Richard Jones, Jane Jordan.
Steven Kaforke, Leslie Kafoure, Bruce Kamplain,
Abbey Kaplan, Susan Kappes, Judy Karagozian,
Carol Kelb, Caroline Keller, Michael Kelley.
Karl Kellogg, Christopher Kelso, Stephanie Kelso,
John Kennedy, Leslie Kennedy, Bruce Kerezman,
Marilyn Kidd, Kristi Kiger, Melanie Kikendall.
Nancy Kilbury, Keith Kinney, Brian Kinsey, Susan
Kirkwood, George Kirles, John Kline, Steven
Knight, Heidi Knudsen, Barbara Koerner.
Jeanette Komsiski, Robert Koschmann, Anne Kos-
trevic, Kay Krahn, Pamela Kramer, Sharon Kramer,
Mary Kranich, Gary Kreisher, Katherine Kreusser.
John Krueger, Raymond Kruse, Bradley Kubilis,
Victoria Kuhn, Sheila Kurtz, Robert Lamb, Gregory
Langford, Richard Langford, Richard Lantis.
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Lateste, John Lateste, Henry Laurie, David Law-
ton, Bruce Layfield, Joel Lebowitz.
Carol Lecoco, Lawrence Lehner, Joy Leimbach, Rob-
ert Lempke, Joseph Lenet, Richard Lentz, Joan
Leschot, Frederick Lesh, Carl Lesher,
Christine Lesow, Tamara Lester, Anne Leviton,
Janine Lewis, Kim Light, Berverly Lincoln, Gary
Linder, Barbara Lindsay, Jan Lingeman.
Jennifer Linn, Martha Lipscomb, Thomas Little,
Lynn Livingston, Frank Lockhart, Robert Loft, Ken-
neth Lorch, Linda Lorenz, James Louden.
Karen Lowe, Kenneth Loyd, Lee Lucius, Robert
Ludington, David Luginbill, Julia Luros, Ellyn Lur-
vey, Barbara Luzader, Sandy MacAllister.
John Mackey, Michael Madawick, Elisha Madden,
Kathleen Madinger, Marlene Malin, Allan Mana-
lan, Linda Mangus, Jeffrey Marr, Andrea Martin.
Carla Martin, Faith Martin, Kristin Martin, Rita
Martz, William Marvel, Dorothy Mashaw, Roy
Massena, Marian Mather, Terry Mathews.
Mary Mathis, Cynthia Mattson, Morris Maurer,
James Maus, Melanie May, Bruce Mayer, William
McCarthy, Johnetta McCauley, Ann McClelland.
Sharon McClenny, Roger McClurg, Larry McCol-
gin, Bruce McCracken, Dan McCuen, Daniel Mc-
Geary, Faith McGehee, Sally McGraw, George
Wylie McLallen, Deborah McLary, Judith McMana-
ma, Peggy McMillen, Denise McNamara, Thomas
McNamara, Cathe McNeese, Joseph McSweeney,
Marcia Meditch, Vincent Madiesky, Steven Mehaf-
fey, Robert Meili, John Melcher, Denise Melton,
Deborah Merklin, Karen Merritt, Jane Messerlie.
Mary Metzger, Deborah Meyer, Robert Meyer,
Robert Meyer, Tom Milch, William Milender, Deb-
oroh Miles, Kristina Millbern, Candace Miller.
class of 1969
Carol Miller, Joe Miller, Judith Miller, Les Miller,
Margaret Miller, Susan Miller, Suzanne Miller
Steven Million, Mark Mills.
Paulla Milton, Mary Minton, Melissa Mitchell,
Randy Mogg, Stuart Monical, Carol Moody, Kathy
Moody, Deborah Moore, Dorothy Moore.
Eugene Moore, Patrick Moore, Robert Moore, Linda
Mordoh, James Morgan, Carol Morris, Julie Morris,
Susan Morris, David Morrison.
Sandra Morrow, John Moss, Lynne Mueller, Mich-
ael Muller, Jay Murdock, Charles Murphy, William
Murphy, Jack Murray, Keith Murray.
Karen Nahmias, Martina Nehrling, Florence Nel-
son, Larry Netter, Virginia Nevison, Pamela New-
bold, John Nice, Robert Nichols, James Nicholson.
Douglas Nie, Deborah Noel, James Noland, Sarah
Nolte, Pamela Nunn, Patricia Nunn, Deborah
Oberholtzer, Barbara O'Brien, Thomas O'Connor.
Kenneth O'Day, Stephen Odle, Michael O'Dowd,
Patti O'Heren, Nancy O'Kane, Molli Oliver, Jac-
quelyn Olthoff, Rita Ormsby, Maryette Overton.
Jacqueline Pagel, Peter Pappas, Deborah Park,
William Parker, John Parrish, Ricky Passo, Adrian
Pate, Jane Patterson, Ronald Patterson.
Sharon Patterson, David Patton, Kent Poulin, Stan-
ley Pederson, Rebecca Pendleton, Harry Penington,
David Penney, David Perkins, Jonathan Perlov.
Robert Perlstein, Thomas Peters, Charles Peterson,
Steven Peterson, Christine Pfeiffer, Jamene Phil-
lippe, Doug Phillips, Marsha Phillips, Sandra Phil-
Mary Pigg, Darrell Pike, Gordon Pittenger, Victoria
Platis, Patricia Plopper, Kathryn Plumb, Bruce
Poer, Linda Postlethwaite, Rebecca Potter.
Michael Pratt, Joyce Price, Dennis Pritchard, Robert
Pruitt, Cynthia Pryor, Larry Pryor, Scott Pylat,
Sue Pyle, Rebecca Query.
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Ramaker, Triesa Ramer, Marc Raphael, Vicki Rar-
din, Gregory Redish, Deborah Reed.
David Reel, Carol Reifers, Kay Reising, Frederick
Reissner, Nancy Reklau, Nancy Renouto, Richard
Renner, Dorothy Reynolds, Lynn Rhamy.
Michael Rhodes, Carol Richardson, Judith Richter,
Leslie Ricketts, George Rieke, Susan Riley, Gary
Ritchison, Paul Rittinhouse, Edward Roach.
Stephen Roach, Deborah Roberts, John Roberts,
William Roberts, Gary Roessler, Brenda Rogers,
Brent Rogers, Harold Rogers, William Rogers.
Mary Roman, Rebecca Roose, Deborah Rosa, Flo-
rence Rosen, Robert Rosenbaum, Dano Roth,
Philip Roudebush, Carolyn Ruch, Mary Ruddell.
Kristina Rusch, Thomas Russo, John Ryan, Michael
Ryan, Annette Sacks, Nancy Sanderson, Andrea
Sandler, John Sauer, Frederick Schaefer.
Susan Schaefer, Nancy Scherer, Debra Schernekau,
Gregory Schlegel, Terri Schlossberg, Louis Schnei-
der, Walter Schneider, Karen Schnute, Miles
Julie Schubert, Benice Schuchman, Martha Schuldt,
Robert Schuman, John S c h u y I e r , Mariellen
Schwartz, Linda Schwindler, Gregory Scohier, Rob-
Laura Selig, Francis Senecal, Eric Servaas, Bradley
Sexauer, David Shadinger, Susan Shanner, Jay
Sharp, Marvin Sharp, Charlane Shaw.
Kay Shearer, Craig Sheder, Michelle Sheehan, Su-
san Shepfer, Michael Shepherd, Sandra Sherman,
Dana Shires, Frank Shirley, William Shuba.
Patricia Shute, Charles Sigal, Paula Sigo, Sheryl
Silcox, Maureen Silver, Robert Silver, Dennis Sil-
verstein, James Simmons, Jeffrey Simon.
Samuel Sipe, Cleve Skelton, Thomas Skelton, Su-
san Skidmore, Marilyn Skinner, James Slaughter,
Daniel Smith, David Smith, Melanee Smith.
class of 1969
Roy Smith, John Snellenberger, Pamela Snider,
Lynn Snover, Debra Snyder, Andrea Sobbe, Randy
Solecki, Judy Sordean, Ricky Southerland.
Deborah Speake, Robert Speckman, Anne Speicher,
Nelson Spiegel, Kent Sprecher, Cynthia Spurgeon,
Cynthia Stackhouse, James Stahl, Michael Stall.
Vicki Standifer, Sheryl Stanley, Lucinda Stedfeld,
Sandra Stein, Louise Steinmetz, Bruce Stephanoff,
Mary Stephenson, Edwin Sterner, John Stevens,
William Stevenson, Pam St, John, Alan Stock, Jac-
queline Snck, Charles Stockdale, Judith Stone,
Patricia Stone, Steven Stone, Robert Stoner.
Mary Stonesifer, Bradley Stoops, Kathleen Storms,
Anne Stotler, Gregory Stovall, Keith Strauss,
Thomas Strickland, Clare Strobel, Betty Stroupes.
Michael Sullivan, Steven Sutton, Alan Tannen-
baum, Christopher Tansy, Connie Tarplee, Charles
Tate, Denise Taylor, Douglas Taylor, Sally Taylor.
Ottis Terry, Ronald Terry, John Thacker, Debbie
Thomas, Janie Thomas, John Thomas, LaSalle
Thompson, Teresa Thompson, Terri Thompson.
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Trester, Karen Trice, Terry Tuck.
Timothy Tully, Warren Tutwiler, Theresa Upde-
grove, Debora VanBriggle, James Vance, Bernetta
Vaughn, Cindy Vestal, Steven Vickery, William
John Von Fonge, Rhonda Wagman, Melody Wag-
ner, James Wahl, Ronald Waite, Sue Walden,
Michael Waldner, Mike Wall, Ann Wallace.
James Wallace, Kathleen Wallace, Donald Waller,
Elizabeth Waller, Kathryn Walls, Charleen Walton,
Barbara Word, Gary Ward, Donna Warfield.
Tonalee Warman, Dianne Warren, Gerald Wat-
hen, James Waugh, Steve Weber, Joy Wehmeier,
Myra Weiss, Pamela Weissman, Ronit Weisz.
Debbie Weldele, Teresa Wells, Cheryl Wertz, Linda
West, Deborah Wexler, John Whitaker, Carol
White, Edna White, Marilyn Whitehead.
Richard Whitmore, Deanna Whitted, Mark Wid-
duck, Steven Wiggins, Barbara Wiley, Matilda
Wilhoite, Neil Williams, Deborah Williams, Don
Laurie Williams, Richard Williams, Diane William-
son, Michael Williamson, Thomas Williamson,
Katherine Wills, Kathleen Wills, Nancy Willson,
Connie Wilson, Lindy Wilson, Janet Wingenroth,
Polly Wise, Douglas Witham, Deborah Wolfe,
Steven Woodard, Roger Woodruff, Lanny Wood-
Kevin Worley, Nancy Wrege, David Wright, Don-
ald Wright, Timothy Wright, Donna Yeary, Edith
York, Sandra Yosha, Deborah Young.
Richard Young, Susan Young, Tedd Young, Mary
Zacher, Catherine Zaring, Bruce Zick, Katherine
Zickler, Anne Ziegner, Kaarina Zimmer.
Dinan Ables, Mary Allen, Tom Bland, Donna
Cazadd, Ed Cohen, Mary Handley, Elaine Herron,
Elaine Jarvis, Susan Jeffries
Christopher Keller, Sharon Martin, Terry Mathews,
Kathleen McCormick, Carol McNay, Mindy Mealy,
Andrea Minnich, Janice Noble, Doug Parrish
Gary Passon, Juanita Patterson, Jerry Reynolds,
Diana Rothwell, Joan Slaughter, Sheryl Stanley,
Michael Sullivan, Bonita Tyner, Deborah Watkins
Don Yanan, Michael Yare
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Looking forward to the idea of going
to a new school, T118 sophomores
walked through the halls of North
Central for the first time last Septem-
ber. Not long afterwards, the class
began planning its very active year.
November TO, before the Northwest-
North Central football game, the soph-
omores held their class party. Its pur-
pose was to provide an opportunity for
sophomores to become better ac-
The Christmas tree that decorated
the Student Center before the Christ-
mas holidays was another proiect of
the Class of 1970. Many long hours
were spent preparing decorations for
the tree which was donated by Habig
Lawn and Garden Shop.
February brought Valentine's Day
and the all-school Valentine Dance
sponsored and planned by the sopho-
mores. "Holiday of Hearts" was the
theme of the dance for this year, and
the Dawn Five provided the entertain-
Much credit goes to class sponsor,
Mr. Meek, who gave of his time to
aid the Sophomore Class in its activi-
ties. Class officers were: Steve Perkins,
chairman, Steve Gates, vice-chairman,
Lisa Sewell, secretary, and Beverly
Preparing for the holidays, sophomores Beverly
Thompson and Doug Kniptash are busy stringing
lights on the Student Center Christmas Tree.
Sophomore Class Officers Steve Perkins, chairman, Beverly Thompson, treasurer, L
and Steve Gates, vice-chairman, supervise activities ofthe Sophomore Class Council.
Sophomore Class Council-Front Row: Judy Darrell, Joyce Hawkins, Patty
Palmer, Harriet Schenkman, Ellen Breisacher, Carol Beaty, Jody Reel, Lisa
Sewell, secretary, Dianne DeCoursey, Paula Van Ness, Merrill Stern, Heather
Glanzman. Second Row: Barb Kammeraad, Laurie Robertson, Susan Hamp-
shire, Kitty Johnson, Sharon Smith, Laurie Weinstein, Susan Bockstahler,
Sophomore Rhonda Fogle enioys the music of
iso Sewell' secretory: Frenchie and the Oui-Ouis at the class party.
Debbie Young, Peggy Ammerman, Beverly Thompson, treasurer, Diane Fleek,
Debbie McMillen. Third Raw: Steve Perkins, president, Steve Clayton, Doug
Kniptash, Dave Louden, Mr. Meek, Steve Calloway, Paul Nahmias, Mark
Levinsky, Marc Berkowitz, Jay Hollander.
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Acheson, Gregory Ackman, Thomas Adams, Wil-
liam Adkins, Daniel Agan, James Alexander,
Debra Allen, Gary Allen, Janet Allen, Judith
Allen, William Alsop, Micheal Altman, Peggy Am-
merman, Rabin Anderson, Thomas Anderson.
Donell Andrews, Steven Arbuckle, Karen Archer,
Kathryn Arensman, Kenneth Armold, Dessie
Arnold, David Arterberry, Theodore Austin, Thomas
Joe Bacon, Deborah Bailey, Carol Baker, David
Baker, Sandra Baker, Stephen Baker, Susan Baker,
Pamela Balay, Vicki Baldwin.
Charles Ballard, Douglas Bancel, Barbara Bannon,
Michael Barber, Steven Barclay, Michael Barnett,
Julia Barr, Nancy Batista, Glenda Bough.
Gregory Bough, Beth Bayless, Sally Beal, William
Beaman, Jack Beatty, Gary Becker, Donald
Behnke, Michael Behnke, Marilee Behrmann.
James Beitman, Leslie Bell, Robert Bell, Susan
Bell, Jan Bellard, Sally Beller, Rena Benrubi, Allen
Berentes, Jay Berger.
Marc Berkowitz, Terri Berkowitz, Joseph Bernstein,
Don Berry, Eddie Beverly, Susan Bianchini, Ronald
Biggs, Martha Bikin, Deborah Bill.
Glenn Binegar, William Binkley, Jeffrey Birnbaum,
David Bixler, David Black, Pamela Blackburn, Carol
Blakeslee, Donna Blake, Norman Blankenship,
Carol Bledsoe, Andrew Blickman, Kathy Blood,
Lorel Bloom, David Blough, Karen Blumhardt,
Evelyn Babbitt, Susan Bockstahler, Pamela Boges.
Susan Bohard, Donna Bohenkamp, Debra Bolo-
tin, Alice Bond, Deborah Bond, Robert Booker,
Paula Booth, Rebecca Barton, Sandra Bowen.
Lindo Bower, Joann Bowers, Jerry Bowman, Re-
becca Bowman, Spring Bradshaw, Pamela Branche,
Charles Bredemus, Ellen Breisacher, Laura Bridges.
class of 1970
Leslie Bridgforth, Richard Briede, Barbara Brig-
mon, Connie Brock, Janice Bromley, Stephen
Brooks, Janice Browne, Michael Bruce, Steven
Cheryl Bryant, Betty Buchanan, Beverly Buckley,
Marilyn Buckner, Dorene Budnick, Clarene Bugher,
Alelia Bundles, Joseph Burgess, Cynthia Burnett.
Michael Burns, Ralph Burns, Molly Burr, Wayne
Busby, Janice Bush, Glen Bushong, Ronald Busse,
Barbara Butler, Dean Butler.
Robert Butler, David Bybee, Kenneth Cage, Jeffrey
Cahill, Peter Cairns, Steve Callaway, Marcia
Campbell, Thomas Campbell, Lucy Capehart.
Thomas Capehart, Bonnie Capron, Lynn Carbaugh,
Hanna Carmichael, Cristie Carpenter, Charlotte
Carr, Alan Carroll, David Carrott, Janet Carson.
Arthur Carter, Victoria Carvey, Allyn Cary, Jeffrey
Case, Randall Case, David Caswell, Diane Cham-
berlain, Gary Chandler, Judy Charles.
Ernest Chastain, Jim Chesterfield, Kenard Childs,
Nelda Christensen, Michael Christie, Sandra Citron,
Elizabeth Clair, Joseph Clark, Karen Clark.
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All students enioy square dancing which is
a part of the sophomore physical education class.
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Claycombe, Steve Clayton, Randy Clifford, Robert
Clifford, Lisa Clifton, Gregory Cline.
Kathryn Coggeshall, Donnie Cohen, Karin Colby.
Michael Cloncs, Janet Close, William
Nancy Coale, Steven Coates, William
Gladys Coleman, Barbara Collins, Frederick Con-
nan, James Conner, James Cook, Peter Cooper,
Richard Cooper, David Corbin, Robert Corbin.
Andrew Cosby, Christine Court, Kathy Cowan,
Mark Cowser, Sandra Cox, Shirley Cox, William
Cox, Jeri Cozart, Amy Craig.
Jane Crahan, John Crane, Altha Cravey, Michael
Crawford, Sara Crays, Lianne Creviston, Tyler
Crews, Allen Croft, Brian Crowder.
Larry Crowe, Patty Crowther, James Culp, Sus-
anne Cunningham, Sally Curry, Dallas Dalton,
Gary Dankert, Inez David, Irva David.
Roger Davidson, Phillip Davis, James Day, Joyce
Dean, Judy Dearing, Linda Dearing, John Dech-
ette, Laura Deck, Robert Decker.
Sophomore twins confuse upperclassmen
Which is which? Sophomore twins Jay and
Joel Rifkind, one of several sets of twins
at North Central, often confuse their teachers
and friends with their identical appearances.
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Dianne Decoursey, Cinda Deeb, Mark Deerwester,
Billy Deford, Melanie Dennison, Debra Detmer,
Betty Jo Dilk, Peter Dillon, Richard Dimit.
Jeri Dine, Robert Dinnsen, John Dittrich, Robert
Dittus, Dana Dlott, Linda Dock, Craig DonCarlos,
Danny Donham, Debra Doran.
Jay Dorman, Judith Dorrell, Dennis Dottenwhy,
Anna Douglas, David Douglass, Reba Doyle, Joan
Driskill, James Duckett, Bruce Dudley.
Richard Dugdale, Michael Duke, Lynn Dulong,
Richard Dunham, Anne Dunn, Colleen Dunn,
Deborah Durkin, David Duvall, Clifford Dye.
Brenda Dyer, Gordon Dyer, James Dyer, Stephen
Easley, Richard Eaton, Thomas Eaton, Earl Echols,
Marvin Edmonds, Margrett Egan.
Jeffrey Eggleston, Laura Einstandig, David Ei-
singer, Gloria Elam, Charles Elliott, Mary Elliott,
Robert Elliott, Becky Emmelman, Mitchell Engel.
Laurie Epstein, Margo Erganian, Cynthia Erler,
Barbara Ervin, Jane Eschenbrenner, Mark Evans,
Mary Evans, Katherine Ewing, Nancy Faircloth.
Michael Fairmon, Elaine Falender, Stephen Far-
ber, Thomas Farmer, Becky Faust, Pot Fegley,
Sally Fehsenfeld, Ellen Feinberg, Alan Ferguson.
Patsy Ferguson, Bruce Fisch, Sharon Fisher, Daniel
Fitzgerald, Richard Fitzwater, James Flack, Charles
Fleming, Ann Fletcher, Katherine Flickinger.
Rhonda Fogle, Kathleen Ford, Constance Fork,
Steven Forsythe, Rollin Fortier, Dana Foster, Donna
Foster, Judith Fowler, Elizabeth Fox.
Peter Francescon, Richard Francis, Jeffrey Frank,
Lorenzo Franklin, Deborah Franz, William Freeze,
Barbara Freyer, Nina Frigo, John Fritz.
Carol Frock, Robert Frye, Carol Fulk, Harry Funk,
Patti Gahan, William Gall, Antoinette Galvin,
John Gangstad, Gary Gant.
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Allen Garrett, Wayne Gasper, Stephen Gates,
Stephanie Gauchat, Kathy Gelman, Mariorie
Kent Gerke, Alana Gibbs, Michael Gibbs, William
Gibson, William Gibson, Genna Gill, Kathleen
Gill, Alan Gillespie, David Gillespie.
Elizabeth Gilmer, David Gipe, John Glanton,
Heather Glanzman, Clint Gleason, Arlene Glick,
John Glynn, Anne Goldbach, Karen Goldberg.
William Goldsmith, Nathan Goldstein, John Goll,
John Goode, Richard Goode, Jill Goodrich, Glen
Gordon, Karen Grabhorn, Jeffrey Gradolf.
Colleen Grady, Braun Graham, Donald Grant,
Allen Graven, Deborah Gray, Kathleen Gray, Wil-
liam Gray, Daniel Greenberg, James Greenberg.
Jane Gregory, Scott Griesel, Carol Griffith, Sara
Grosby, Deborah Gross, Diane Grube, Frank Grun-
dy, Lawrence Gumm, James Gunn.
Robert Gwynn, Patrick Haas, Lynn Habig, Donna
Hadley, Vicki Hadley, Robert Haislup, Ann Hale,
James Hall, Patrick Hall.
Centralites enjoy well-balanced meals
Choosing lunch is serious business for Sopho-
more Byron Mumford. Serving hot lunches
to 3,117 students, the cafeteria staff offers
a good selection of well-balanced meals.
class of 1970
Richard Halt, Stephen Ham, Donald Hamaker, John
Hamerstadt, William Hamerstadt, Joseph Ham-
mond, Susan Hampshire, Sanford Hun, Larry Han-
Glenna Hancock, Donald Handziak, Charles Hanie,
Thomas Hansen, Charlotte Hapak, Victoria Hard-
ing, Helen Hargadon, John Harley, Robert Harling.
Thomas Harling, Rodney Harmon, Terry Harsin,
Michael Hart, Thaddeus Hart, Nanci Hartman,
Bruce Harvey, Lucy Haskin, Joyce Hawkins.
Ronald Hawkins, Melvin Hayden, Millard Hayden,
Nancy Hayes, Marianne Heiskell, Cynthia Hender-
son, Debra Herman, Brenda Higgins, David High-
mark, Gary Lee Hill.
Andrew Hinsdale, Richard Hintz, Kathy Hirsh, Jhan
Hochman, Richard Hodge, Greg Hoffman, Faith
Holbrook, Ann Holland, Jay Hollander.
Richard Hollen, Frank Holloway, Anthony Holt,
Lannie Hooker, Kyle Hopkins, Victor Horne, Donald
Horning, Cynthia Hottle, Bonita Houtzer.
Steven Howard, William Howard, David Howell,
Emerson Howell, Scott Howell, Marcia Hudson,
Thomas Hudson, Parker Hueber, Howard Huffman.
Gregory Hull, David Hullett, Patricia Humphreys,
Gary Hunt, James Hutchinson, Robert Hutchinson,
Sylvia Hyde, Thomas Iles, Christine lsenhour.
David lsler, Douglas Jacks, Libby Jackson, Rick
Jackson, Jeffrey Jacobson, Susan Jacobson, Bob
Jahnke, Carol James, John Jenkins.
Audrey Jestadt, Karen Jewell, Deborah Jezzard,
Alfonzo Johnson, Anthony Johnson, Ernest John-
son, Julia Johnson, Katrinka Johnson, Kirk John-
Marsha Johnson, Charles Johnston, Candice Jones,
Cindy Jones, Deborah Jones, Randy Jones, James
Jontz, Kathleen Jorclan, Christopher Joslin.
Cynthia Juday, Donald Judd, Kathryn Kahn, Nan-
cy Kahren, Christine Kallansa, Barbara Komme-
raad, William Kane, Steven Kappes, Liene Karels.
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Marlene Kasle, Edward Kassig, Donald Katz, Ros-
anne Katz, Lisa Kaufman, Kevin Keefe, Debra
Keenan, Barbara Keene, Marlene Keith.
Patricia Keller, Paul Kellogg, John Kelly, Debra
Kempler, Nathan Kempler, Jan Kennedy, Karen
Kennedy, Shellie Keys, Linda Kidney.
Scott Kiewitt, William Kikendal, Janet Kimball,
Daniel King, Jeanette King, Maryann King, Rod-
nick King, Kenneth Kinnear, Elizabeth Kirk.
Deborah Klein, Susan Klein, Nila Klingman, Kevin
Klinkman, David Knauer, Douglas Kniptash,
Stephen Knowles, Garry Koches, Randy Koehler.
Judy Koerner, Anne Kohlstaedt, Mary Koplos, Mi-
chael Krause, Debra Kreisher, Susan Krise, Edward
Kronenberger, Frances Krugman, Joan Krumreich.
Deborah Kruse, Cynthia Kuhlmann, Christina Kunz,
Anna Kurtz, Laura Kyle, Deborah Lacey, Denise La-
mar, Pamela Lambert, Norvel Landers.
Shirley Langford, Jay Langlotz, Thomas Lapham,
Lynn Latimer, David Laux, Don Lawrence, Lynn
Lawrance, Brandt Lawson, Robert Leff.
Denise Lefkowitz, Steven Leininger, Victoria Lein-
inger, Linda Leopold, Cathy Lerman, Robert Leven-
thal, Robert Levin, Mark Levinsky, James Lewis.
Shephen Lewis, David Light, John Lindenmuth,
Michael Lineback, Mark Litz, Marc Lockhart, Vickie
Loeper, Robert Long, Karin Lorch.
David Louden, Denise Loutner, Mark Loving, Dan-
iel Lucas, Anna Lukemeyer, Karin Luken, Marcia
Lumpkin, Diane Lurvey, Barry Lutz.
Scott MocAllister, Susan MacArthur, Duncan Mac-
Dougall, Sherrie Mackling, Georgene MacLennan,
Margaret Madawick, James Maher, Larry Mahor-
ney, Danny Maier.
Pamela Main, Christy Mallinson, Carol Manifold,
Pamela Manzie, Sharon Marer, Susan Marks, Step-
hen Marra, Daniel Marsh, Stewart Mart.
class of 1970
Patricia Massena, Ricky Mattox, Carol Maxam.
Martin, Donise Martin, Frederic Martin
Anne Mayhew, Denise McAlpine, Bridget McArdle
George McBee, James McBride, Thomas McCalep
Thomas McCampbelI, Lu C i n d o McClamroch,
Gehee, Lucy McGinnis, Linda McGraw, Joyce Mc-
William McComb, Margaret McCord, Debra
Coy, Vonda McCoy, Denis McDuff, Hope
Alan McKinney, Rosemary McKinney, Sarah
Kinney, Roger McPhail, Gail McPhee, Connie Mc-
Pherson, John Meister, Richard Melick, Charlotte
Douglas Mercer, Rockland Mers, Linda Metaxas,
Nancy Meyer, Neysa Meyer, David Milende'
Cheryl Miles, Kevin Miles, Sheila Miles.
Carolyn Miller, Donald Miller, Donald Miller,
James Miller, Janet Miller, John Miller, Madison
Miller, Mark Miller, Sandra Miller.
Madelyn Millholland, Charles Milton, Rebecca
Milton, Holly Minton, Daniel Mitchell, David Mol-
son, Tamson Moncur, Craig Montgomery, William
Martin, Eric Martz, Karen Masselink,
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Dimit stretches on his tiptoes as he tries
to reach the high goals already attained by
senior Rick Frosch, who measures 6'8.
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Diana Moore, Jan Moore, Melinda Moore, Nancy
Moore, Peggy Moorman, Harold Moos, Pamela
Moran, David Morgan, Janice Morgan.
A 5 sophomores
Morgan, Gary Morganson, E. Alexander
Wayne Morrison, Joyce Morton, Cynthia
Moser, Steven Moss, Thomas Mote, Sharon Mulli-
James Mullin, Carol Mulvaney, Michael Mulvaney,
Byron, Mumford, John Mumford, James Murdoch,
Cynthia Murdock, Dennis Murphy, Richard Murphy.
Michael Murray, Suzy Musolino, Cyndie Nash,
Robert Nagey, Paul Nahmias, Gregory Nefouse,
Donald Nelson, Susan Neumeier, Barbara Nicely.
Yvette Nickson, Rhonda Nisenbaum, Joan Noonan,
Wayne Norlin, Alex Null, Dorothy Nunn, David
Obenland, Frank O'Bryan, Pamela O'Bryont.
Raymond Ochs, William Ogle, Karen Ogden,
Michael O'Hover, Michael O'Leary, Daniel Oliver,
Karen Ormsby, Karla Ortolf, Jennifer Osborne.
Sheila Ostrom, Fred Otto, Susan Over, Thomas
Overstreet, Thelma Ozman, Christine Palmer, Dar-
ren Palmer, Patricia Palmer, Robert Pardieck.
Chet Parnum, Susan Partridge, Lisa Patrick, Vicky
Patterson, Barbara Patton, Richard Paustian, Law-
rence Peck, Christopher Peeler, David Pelsue.
Gay Pendleton, Otto Penn, Barbara Penno, Deb-
orah Pentecost, Douglas Pepple, Sheila Perkins,
Karen Petersen, Cheryl Peterson, Gregory Pfou.
Tom Pfeiffer, Diane Pickering, Stephen Pike, Step-
hen Pitt, Mark Pittenger, Michael Pittenger, Ronald
Pittman, Debra Platt, Joe Poland.
David Porter, Marcella Porter, Linda Powell, Rex
Powers, Claudia Prosser, Cynthia Pribble, Kath-
leen Prill, Denise Puckett, Susan Puckett.
Sally Jo Punches, Joe Quackenbush, Mary Quarto,
Thurman Query, Thomas Quinlan, Martin Quirk,
Sally Rober, Virginia Rahke, Nancy Ramey.
Pleased with her individual pictures, Karen Roll
smiles at yearbook staff members Marcy Jay
and Stephany Di Blasio, who sell the underclass-
men pictures in the yearbook office.
Color added to underclassmen pictures
Alicia Ramirez, David Rardon, Laura Rattay, Can-
dice Ray, Marshall Ray, Jane Redmond, Billy
Reed, Debra Reed, Judith Reed.
Jody Reel, Charles Reeves, Paula Reichel, Sydney
Reiney, Keith Reinschreiber, Gary Reklau, Kerry
Renfro, Leila Renollet, David Reuss.
Patricia Reynolds, Larry Rice, Artie Richards, Cal-
ista Richardson, Paula Ridge, Jay Rifkind, Joel Rif-
kind, David Ritchie, Steve Roberson.
Judy Roberts, Mark Roberts, Pamela Roberts, Lau-
ren Robertson, Steve Robertson, Caron Robinson,
Michelle Roby, Frank Rodenbeck, Charles Roesch.
Martha Rogers, Matthew Rohn, Karen Roll, Rebecca
Roller, Michael Rome, Raymond Root, William Ro-
senbaum, Ruthanne Rosenberg, Cora Rosenfeld.
Nathan Roth, Janis Rothbard, Kim Rothenberger,
Lawrence Rather, Lawrence Rothschild, Bonnie
Roundtree, Charles Roy, Daniel Rubenstein, Diane
Debra Rushton, Donna Russell, Jeffrey Russell, San-
dra Russell, Thomas Rust, Harry Rybolt, Joyce
Ryder, Robert Sablotne.
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Sarvich, Sandra Scales, Debbra Schaefer, Beth
Schaller, Susan Schaller, Theodore Schaller.
Timothy Scheele, Harriett Schenkman, Sally Scher-
ertz, Judith Scherrens, Steven Scherrer, Patricia
Schiller, Dennis Schmidt, Michael Schmidt, Steven
George Schneider, Jack Schneider, Lucinda Schcom-
er, Linda Schortemeyer, John Schulenburg, Henry
Schull, Ann Schulz, George Schumaker, Cherri
Gary Schwartz, Thomas Schwenn, Timothy
Schwenn, Robert Scott, Gary Scudder, Lance Sea-
gren, Martin Sebastian, Sue Seeley, Margaret
Deborah Sell, Jeffrey Sell, Lisa Sewell, Leonard
Shaw, Linda Sherry, Kent Shields, Shirley Shimer,
Gary Shirley, Joseph Shoemaker.
Meredith Short, Barbara Showalter, Pamela Shull,
Kathy Sidebottom, Marla Sigo, Anne Simmons,
John Simmons, Scott Simmons, Kathy Simon.
Kristine Sippel, Valerie Sissle, Greg Skaats, Wil-
liam Skidmore, Allan Skweres, Briona Slaughter,
Kathleen Sleater, Paula Slemmer, Susan Smialek.
Sophomores enjoy weekend basketball
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ketball game and offer o break from studies.
As Sophomore Fred Martin goes up for the shot,
Dan Fairley, Neil Blickman, and Stan Malless
wait in anticipation ofthe rebound.
class of 1970
David Smith, Gregory Smith, Judith Smith, Larry
Smith, Mark Smith, Sharon Smith, Sophie Smith,
Carol Snover, Kevin Snow.
Karen Snyder, David Solotkin, Elizabeth Soltun,
Paul Sommer, Jane Southard, Lucky Southerland,
Larry Spencer, Eric Spicklemire, Sheryl Spiegel.
Ronald Spivey, Dennis Spurth, Mari Stahl, John
Stamp, Fred Standeford, Kathy Starr, Sally Steck-
ley, Richard Steele, Robert Stephenson.
Bradley Stern, Merril Stern, Nancy Sternberger,
Gregory Stevens, David Stewart, Terrence Stie-
mann, Mary Stieneker, Sarah Stieneker, Irene Stil-
Richard Stock, Richard Stocks, Ann Stonesifer,
Becky Stoops, Timothy Stover, James Strohan, Rick
Strater, David Streeter, William Strong.
Michael Stumpf, Mary Stunkard, Barbara Sullivan,
Diane Sullivan, Gary Sullivan, Glenn Summers,
Karen Summers, Danny Summitt, Jeffrey Sumpter.
Robert Sundstrom, Steven Sutton, Sally Swinford,
Susan Symmes, Eileen Talbot, Bozidar Tasich,
Donald Tovel, Mark Taylor, Steve Theall.
Gregory Thomas, Beverly Thompson, Julie Thomp-
son, Margaret Thompson, Nancy Thompson, The-
resa Thompson, Paul Thornton, Carol Tiller, Ronda
Elizabeth Tindall, Patricia Tipping, Sandra Tipton,
Fred Tishler, Samantha Toberman, Terry Todd,
Patrick Tolson, Caryl Toth, Denise Tourtellot.
Paula Trattner, Robert Traugott, Brenda Treser,
Teddy Treser, Thomas Troutt, Suzanne Troxler, Mar-
tin Truesdell, Karen Tscupp, Susan Tuck.
Clay Tudor, Barbara Tully, Fontaine Turner, Wil-
liam Ullom, Curtis Uminger, Ernest Valentine, Pau-
la VanNess, Sandra Vavul, Patrick Verble.
Cynthia Via, Robert Vogel, Richard Vogt, Catherine
Vonnegut, Scott Vorhies, Samuel Vudis, Lynne
Waddell, Ellen Wade, Pam Wadkins.
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helpful advice to a nervous Driver's Ed student.
Driver's Education prepares the future driver to
meet the perils of the road.
Joyce Wadsworth, Mary Wagner, Mary Wagner,
Susan Wagner, Wayne Walker, John Wallace,
Thomas Wallace, Joseph Walter, Steven Wamsley.
Linda Ward, Mark Ward, Keith Warfield, David
Warren, William Warren, Randy Weaver, Carol
Weber, Paul Weeks, Ellen Weinberg.
Anne Weinheimer, Laurie Weinstein, Marc Wein-
stein, Rachel Weinstein, Nancy Wertz, Lawrence
West, Linda Wetterlin, William Whitcomb, Michael
Stephen White, Benita Whitley, Linda Whitman,
David Wilcoz, John Wilcurt, Carolyn Wild, Danny
Wilgus, Betsy Wilhelm, Ann Williams.
Belinda Williams, Mama Williams, Thomas Wil-
liamson, George Willis, Hal Willis, David Wilson,
Diane Wilson, Michael Wilson, George Wilson.
Myra Wilsted, Pamela Woodruff, Dennis Woods,
Linda Woods, Robert Wooltord, Nora Worlings,
Carrie Wray, Christopher Wright, Cindy Wright.
David Wright, James Wright, John Wright, Melin-
da Wright, Susan Wright, Jerry York, Deborah
Young, Scott Young, Alice Yount.
Frederick Zeckel, Cathy Zell, Eugene Zessin, Christy
Zilson, Stephen Zimmerman, John Pechette,
Bruce Barker, Cynthia Balls, Carol Beary, Carol
Berg, Sarah Dean, Nicholas Jones, John Jorman,
Richard Levine, Barbara Marshall
Pai Marvel, Mary McNicholas, Ann Miller, John
Miller, Fidel Navarro, Sieve Perkins, Cindy Priddy,
Gavin Pursinger, Janice Robey
Mindy Skora, Beth Thomas, Sam Vudis, Linda
Ward, Ron Wood, Philip Yare
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lite is spent buying products. To choose
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niques" or spend time iust browsing.
Bruce Beitman and Terry Kemp iabovel
examine the advertising section of the
Northerner before shopping-the
"easy" way to shop. Steve Baker itop
lettl relies on the advice ot Shelly
Davis, while Jim Harpool ilettl does
about things the hard way-alone.
After a long atteroon ot shopping
throughout the city's shops, Jay Ham
heads for home Iopposite pagel.
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. . . for The finest Cadillac in town. Warren Tutwiler will
assure you of the fairest deal and The sharpest car at
2323 North Illinois
Looking for a gift? If
Look no further than Ellis Jewelry Store. Mary Kay I I 1
Jerman shows Jean Moritz several of the very fine gifts ,,-A -'
available at Ellis Jewelry. I n '
ELLIS JEWELRY STORE
1300 East 86th Street
It's a mini world . . .
. . . at Paul Harris. Pam Boges, Susan Bock-
stahler investigate the alitterent styles of mini
skirts. Paul Harris also has a wide variety of
casual, school, and dressy apparel.
1300 East 86th Street
Constructive thinking . . .
. . . leads you to Oberholtzer Construction Cor-
poration. Debbie Oberholtzer, and Janie Thomas
believe Oberholtzer Construction is the very best.
223 North Lynn
When a Panther meets a bull . . . everything starts to
After class or before
the big game,
choose powerful protein,
char-broiled to your order.
Other Bonanza locations:
2245 North Meridian Street TRW - 'S
3545 North Shadeland Avenue
4880 Crawfordsville Road I 5
Don't get "carriaged" away. . .
Before you buy your home see Carriage Estates Com-
pany. Sarah Nolte ancl Tracy Berling show everyone the
signs to look for.
834 Broad Ripple Avenue
Center your business education around . . .
. . . Central Business College. Sandy Dennerline, Barb
But, and Carol Reifers learn from Mr. Butz of the op-
portunities at Central Business College. They also find
that they can be prepared to meet the requirements for
802 North Meridian
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kema, Roger Wright, and Bill Reel.
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Descend with an air of elegance . . .
. . . in your new formal from Stenzdale. Carol
Sue Hill models one ot the many beautiful
formals that Stenzdale has available.
6214 Carrollton Avenue
No matter where you're going . . .
. . . says Linda Jones, you'lI always look your
best in a Tobias portrait ot distinction.
WM. TOBIAS STUDIO
4058 West Washington Street
Quit kidding around!
Lumber from Kidd is always the finest quality.
Cleve Skelton, John Ryan, Jack Deckard, Chuck
Stocksdale, and Steve Elam look down on the
lumber yard from one ofthe trucks that provides
quick service to each customer.
1425 East 86th Street
An air of elegance . . .
. . . surrounds Craig Capehart, Debbie Schaefer, Tom Capehart, and Cathy Mashaw as
they anticipate a wonderful dinner at Stouffefs, Indianapolis' newest and finest
STOUFFER'S INDIANAPOLIS INN
2820 N. Meridian
Don'1'lose your head!
Kathy Moody and Nancy Wrege find Theres
no need for despair. Everything for repair can
be found at Handy Hardware.
f HANDY HARDWARE
6327 Norfh Guilford Avenue
"Always The Best"
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2510 Roosevelt Avenue
Wm. M. Harpool Roy M, Hqrpool
To top off that special evening , . . K
. . , visit Hollyhock Hill where you will enioy delicious
food in an atmosphere of elegance. Peggy Roberts and
Jim Maggarol eagerly anticipate The experience of dining
at Hollyhock Hill.
8110 North College
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a'A i cf 'P f- ' electronical needs. Ellen Breisacher and Harriett Schenik-
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'fi -. -'l 12 QL H- -1 gl V weekdays and on Saturday from 9-12. Jill Luros and
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. . . where to go-Walker 8. Partlow for the best in realty.
Paula Slimmer, Karen Slimmer, Bonnie Einstandig, and
Carol Weddle look at the landscape that Tilly Wilhoite
likes the best.
WALKER 8. PARTLOW
2710 East 62nd Street
For a "gem-dandy" of a ring . . .
depend on Herff Jones. Two satisfied customers, Joe
Miller cmd Mike Waldner are discussing the advantages
of having their class rings.
1411 N. Capitol
Casuully speaking . . .
. . . Roderick St. John's iust can't be beat! Jenny Andrews,
Pat Dillin, and Robin Cook love the country wear look
for most any occasion.
RCDERICK ST. JOHN'S
6101 North Keystone
Cut it out . . .
you aren't going anywhere but to the best-CeruIli's. At
Cerulli's you will be quickly helped by one of the eight
6101 Keystone Ave.
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Dashing, Daring, Distinctive . . .
. . . the Chevrolet for '68. Dave Cory, Richard Heilbrum, Steve Gates, and Bill Stevenson show off the
Camaro and Bridgestone Motor Cycles that are available at Bud Gates along with the Corvettes, Impcllas,
BUD GATES 'COMPANY
1639 Lafayette Road
The Swinging World of Yamaha . . .
. . . is invaded by Jeff Hoffman, Mike Waldner, John
Busch, and Dave Patton. Dave's Cycle Shop is where it's
at-all the cycles and equipment you need.
DAVE'S CYCLE SHCP
2025 East 46th Street
Join the "in"crowd . . .
, . . at Burger Chet. After the game or after a movie, or
iust for a light snack, enjoy ci hamburger, french fries,
or a shake. Randy Richards, Susie Goldstein, and Chris
Hankins visit Burger Chef often.
Road 100 Carmel
A real class-ic"
A class ring is something you will cherish and remem
ber always, especially it it comes from Rost Jewelry
Dennis Silverstein explains the expert workmanship that
goes into making each class ring.
6105 North Keystone Avenue
as you look at the finest quality of plumbing and ap
pliances at Earl W. Rich, Eddie Rich demonstrates how
easy it is to adiust the new color television sets
EARL W. RICH
5140 North Keystone Avenue
Look For The Big "T" . . .
Polly Boleman knows for "Action On Your REAL
F.C. TUCKER COMPANY
1810 East 62nd Street
For all your academic needs . . .
. . . and art supplies, Kiger and Company is at your
service. Mr. Kiger displays iust a few of the products
KIGER 8. COMPANY
1830 West 16th Street
Get on the "winning" team!
Bruce Blomberg, Kent Ehret, Duke Hardy, and Steve
Overrnan all agree that Demaree is the cleaners to go to
for all your cleaning needs. Fast and efficient service is
an everyday practice at Demaree Cleaners.
8511 Westfield Boulevard
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328 rooms, 18 baths, magniticent center hall, banquet-
size dining room, Tremendous kitchen with built-ins, well
equipped library with many bookshelves, paved drive
and large turn around, expansive landscaped yard, and
your own gymnasium, tennis court, archery range, cham-
pionship baseball and tootball fields, and go-cart track.
All this and more!!! Call ..........................
CLAYTON, COBLE, 8.
6267 Carrollton Avenue
Pretty as a picture! A
Karen Nahmias, Janine Lewis, and Rhonda Wagman
model the latest in dressy dresses from Peacocks. Mod,
casual, and formal wear are also available at Peacocks.
812 Broad Ripple Avenue
For the best deal yet . . .
. . . on a brand new Corvette see Bill Kuhn Chevrolet.
Kathy Walls and Mark Schornstein check the extras
available on this new Corvette.
1045 Broad Ripple Avenue
To gel ihe giani iasfe in food . . .
. . . buy Stokely Van Camp. Sally McVey, Priscilla Taylor, and B. J. Hayes he-lp display 'rhe fresh-fasting
canned foods from Sfokely Van Camp.
STOKELY VAN CAMP
941 North Meridian Street
Eat, drink, and be merry . . .
. . . at Brodey's Village Inn. Doug Witharn, Barb Brodey,
Sue Tishler, and Mike Kelley are deciding which of the
many delicious meals to order.
6040 East 21st Street
Fast, efficient, and dependable . . .
. . . service is what you will receive from Deep Rock Oil
Company. Florrie Binford and Betsy Vonnegut demon-
strate Deep Rock's services to Kathy Holmes who looks
Associated Service Company Distributor
1430 Kentucky Avenue
PURIER CRIIERE REEERS
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PHOTO REFLEX STUDIO
Refleciions of a new image . . .
. . . are viewed by Corol Morris os she Tries on her new
full. For wigs, wiglefs, falls, and Ioupees see Neal for
906 Broad Ripple Avenue
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g ig Make your plans with Fiber 84 Reilly. Chip Kaleen and
Margie Alig pause for a moment and consider the ad-
vantages of talking with Fieber 84 Reilly.
FIEBER 8. REILLY
211 North Delaware
You provide the girl . . .
we'll provide the pearl. Jan Bromley discusses with
Sam Sipe her selection of a pearl necklace at J. C. Sipe
J. C. SIPE 8. COMPANY
518 Merchants Bank Building
il Open the door . . .
glliafl . . . to color when you need painting clone. Winnie Har-
' mon Testifys to the expert care you receive when you
deal with Painting 84 Decorating.
Q 7908 Meadow Brook
You'II become addicted . . .
. . . to the fine products and service available
at Schmidt's Drugs. Nancy Sullivan and Donna
DeCoursey compare the different shades of nail
polish in the cosmetic section.
SC HMIDT'S DRUGS
1499 East 86th Street
I'll fire you . . .
. . . it you don't buy your clothes from Man's
World. Fran Rothbard uses a little friendly per-
suasion with a cigarette lighter as Jay Hollander
tries to decide which shirt and tie combination he
1300 East 86th Street
Put a little bit of sole . . .
. . . into your life with a pair of shoes from Good-
man's. Bruce White helps Beth Goodman select
a pair of shoes and handbag from their wide
1300 East 86th Street
Give a cheer . . .
for Palmer Dodge. Patty Palmer, Dave Corbin, and
Jeff Russell explore the interior of this sleek, new Dodge
Charger while the varsity cheerleaders proclaim the
beauty of the exterior. Your temperature will rise when
you catch "Dodge Fever" at Palmer Dodge.
3820 North Keystone Avenue
Ramsey Interiors has so much fine furniture it's diffi-
cult to decide which to buy. Dini Lilly and Janis Benz
look at the many different patterns of fabrics available
for couches and chairs.
6609 East 82nd Street
Service that leaves you smiling . . .
. . . is assured at Sering Shell. Paul Koenig and Stephany
DiBlasio find that the products as well as the service are
only the finest.
8602 East Westfield Boulevard
Aclv. Chess Club-68
Allen, Judith Anne-34,41
Allen, Mrs. Norma-12
Alsop, Nancy Marie-171
Altman, Michael Wm-90,108
American Field Service-45
Amos, Lowell E.-56
Anderson, Gregory M.-174
Andrews, Jenny Lee-215
Arnold, Miller Mr.-44
BILL KUHN CHEVROLET-220
Bishop, Jac ueline-45,137,167
DAVE'S CYCLE SHOP-217
Blickman, Mr. Sol-120
BONANZA STEAK HOUSE-209
Boys' Booster Club-83
Boys' Industrial Arts-55
Bradley, Mr. Thomas-104,115,210
21 1 ,21 9
Carmichael, Mr. Max-124
CARRIAGE ESTATES COMPANY-209
CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE--209
CERULLI BARBER SHOP-215
Clark, Mrs. Mary Jane-133
CLAYTON, COLBY, MURRAY-220
Clifton, Lisa Ann-83
Cloncs, Eugene Mr.-B9,118,1
Baker,l Kathy-72 I
Beg. Chess Club-69
BRODYS' VILLAGE INN-222
Buchanan, Wllliam Mr,-115
Buddenbaum, Gladys Mrs.-133
BUD GATES INC,-216
Bugher, William Mr.-119
Burney, J. Douglas-43
Copenhaver, Dave-1 10
Corbin, Bill Mr.-54
Corbin, David G.-41,226
Dick, Mr. Richard-134
Dilk, Betty Jo-53
Doney, Mr. Thomas-117
EARL W. RICH PLUMBING 81
Eiche, Mr. Milo-120
Ellsberry, Mr, James-118,160
Emery, Mr. John-115
Evans, Dr. Dean-120
Farkas, Mrs. Margerite-130
Farrand, Mr. Keith-108,110,115
FIEBER 81 RIELLY-224
Freidersdorf, Mr. John-89,115
Fruits, Mr. Forrest-72
Fulk, Carol Ann-79
Future Business Leaders-60
Girls' Booster Club-82
Girls' Concert Choir-81
Girls' Industrial Arts-54
Habig, Robert D.-34,40,41,108,
Handley, Mary E.-79
Har ool James-105 205
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HARPOOL'S AMERICAN CLEANERS-
Henderson, John Mr.-52
Hickey, John-95,104,1 15,134
lnskeep, Roland Mr.-89,95,96,115
J. C. SIPE Bt CO.-224
Jerman, Mary Kay-71,207
Jones, Elizabeth Mrs.-120
Jr. Historical Society-66
Jr. Sr. Girls' Exercise-63
Junior Class Council-174
Keller, Mrs. Doris-132
Kennedy, Geneva Mrs.-130
Komsiski, D. Jeanette-45
Laycock, Margery Miss-175
Lewis, Ted B. Mr.-120
Lickliter, Arlan Mr. 31,92,93,94,95,
Light, Dr. J. Everett-120
Lord, William Mr.-52
MacLennan, Georgene F.-79
Macona, Ray-1 10
Quill and Scroll-135
Martin, Donald Mr.-175
Mashaw, Dorothy-21 1,219
Mashaw, William Mr.-120
McNichols, Stephen-93,106,1 15
Merritt, Jeannine Mrs.-122
Miller, Donald A.-90
Mote, John Mr.-120
Mu Alpha Theta-58
National Forensic League-72,73
NDCC Drill Team-84
NDCC Rifle Team-84
NEAL'S OF CALIFORNIA-223
Overbey, Steven-1 15
PAINTING 81 DECORATING-224
Patton, David E.-43,217
Patton, David L.-89,105
PEOPLES BANK 81 TRUST-214
Peterson, Scott--1 10
PHOTO REFLEX STUDIOS-L. S.
AYRES 81 CO.-223
PORTER BUSINESS COLLEGE-223
Reserve Wrestling Team-73
Rhinesmith, Mr. Samuel-79
Riley, Charles Mr.-23,92,93,115
RODERICK ST. JOl'lN'S-215
ROST JEWELRY-21 8
Schaefer, Debbro M.-211
Schaefer, Susan Mae-41
Scherer, Nancy Lee-47
Schlffli, Mr. Jack-8,89,115
Schlegel, Gregory P.-66,93,106,
Schmucker, Mr. Glenn-105,115
Schnute, Karen Louise-74
Schoolcraft, Joe W.-42,534,108
Schortemeyer, Carol J.-42,71
Schrader, Thomas F.--27,4O,41,89,
106,1 1 5
Schubert, Julie Anne-151
Schuchmann, Walter H.-84,135
Schuman, Robert K.--54
Schwab, M. Frederick-45
Scofield, John B.-41,43,47
Senecal, Francis M.-35,41,45,101
Senior Class Council-134
Senior Class Officers-134
Sewell, Lisa J.-187
Shearer, Kay Ellen-83
Sherry, Gregory Jay-43 '
Shewmaker, Jack Mr.-89,1 'IO
Shirley, Mr. John-100,115
Shoemaker, Robert E.-52
Sigal, Charles E.-43
Silverstein, Dennis S.-218
Simon, Kathy J.-41
Sipe, Samuel H.-224
Skelton, Thomas W.--59
Sklare, Bruce T.-100
Srnoart, Michael A.-100
STOKELY VAN CAMP-221
Stone, Judith Ann-35
Strong, David Rupert-43,134
Stroup, Mr. Keith-89,95,115
Sullivan, Nancy Ann-225
Sutton, Steven W.-102
Swanson, Linda Ann-112,149
Swigart, Mrs. Linnea-133
Swindell, Mrs. Kay-132
Symphonic Wind Ensemble-78,79
Wendlirig, Mr. John-18
White, Mr. J. B.-128
Wilhelm, Captain Charles
VAN SICKLE RADIO SUPPLY CG.-
Vonnegut, Betsy-2 22
WM. TOBlAS STUDIO-210
Smith, Mr. David C.-70,126
Smith, Mary Scott-33,41,42
Solecki, Randy Lee-10,71
Sparks, Kay Ellen-83
Speake, Deborah L.-46
Taslitz, Neal J.-10
Tavel, Donald L.-41,65
Tavel, Lawrence S.-41,47
Tekolste, Kathy A.-42
Tewksbury, Richad Lee-88-90,
106,1 15,1 34
Theobald, Mrs. Patricia-19
Thomas, Bradford E.-106,107
Thomas, Mrs. Jacquelyn-132
Thomas, Janie S.-41,208
WALKER 84 PARTLOW REALTORS-
Springer, Susan C.-53
Srader, Betsy Ann-52
Stahl, James L.-55
Stahlhuth, Gayle S.-41,42,47,52,
Stephenson, Mary T.-178
Stephenson, Robert Jr,-90
Stern, Bradley-90,1 10
Sternberger, Nancy J.-41
Sterner, Edwin B.-43,45
.-Stohler, Ga ry-52
Stokesberry, Mrs. Betty-43
Thompson, Michael-1 10
Thompson, Susan P.-41,83
Todd, Terry-90,1 10
Tomlinson, Mrs. Patricia-132
Walter, Mr. Jack-95,96
Walter Dou -41,115
Weaver, Mr. Byron-89,90
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1968 Northerner Staff
Editor-in-chief James A. Linderman
Assistant Editor ........ Jan Lingeman
Pictures ...... .... S andy Greer
Production . . . . . . Carole Fiedler
Opening . . .... Jody Abel
Activities Georgia Cravey
Betty Jo Hayes
Sports ... ... John Lindquist
Album ....... ....... .... M i ssy Kokos
Advertising and Financing Bonnie Einstandig
Head Photographer .................... .........,..... L ennie Cantor
Assistants .....,..................... Jim Alexander, Roger Beaman,
Tony Burrus, Craig Capehart, Andy Fogle, Bob Schnackel, and Roy Trester
Staff Assistants .....,.................... Betty Williams, Kathy Madinger,
Sue Herrmann, Marcy Jay, Stephany DiBlasio, Dave Morrison, Julie
Schubert, Mary Zachar, Lif'f"77"?ifh57'il'i Debbie Tower, and Jeannie Goll
Advisor ......................... ..................... M r. Rod Cord
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A thanks to .
NEWSFOTO PUBLISHING COMPANY, our publishers
Work on the 1968 Northerner began
April of last year. It was then that we
had to decide upon a theme for the '68
annual. After many tedious hours of
staring at the walls, the reviewing of
countless suggestions and the urge, or
rather the necessity, to begin work im-
mediately, we agreed upon a theme-
Ueducation for the individual." The
theme, we believed, was only fitting
since North Central is well-known for
its academic excellence. We therefore
took the opportunity to boost our
school morale, brag lust a little, and
extend a hats off salute to our varied
curriculum. Since then, numerous hours
-over 14,400 man hours-have been
spent by staff members in the com-
piling ofthe I968 story.
Being editor this year has taught
me a great many things-mostly the
meaning of responsibility. I often won-
dered if what I was doing was worth
the effort, and sometimes I wanted to
"throw in the towel." But now that
everything is behind me and we have
caught up on our past deadlines, I
can only say that if I had it to do over
again, I would undertake the iob. The
task has been an education in itself-
a course in public relations, writing,
editing, and administration all at once.
At this time I would like to thank all
those involved who helped produce the
book. Without the encouragement of
friends, and the cooperation and in-
dustrious work of all staff members
the book never could have "gone
to bed." JAL
Mr. Dick Kennard, representative of NEWSFOTO, for help, cooperation, and
Mr. Robert Kubic of INTER-STATE STUDIO for our underclassmen pictures
PHOTO REFLEX STUDIO for the portraits of the seniors and faculty
Mrs. Marti Ripberger and Mr. Clarence Downey for their photographic work
The administration for their consideration in allocating time for pictures and
Mr. Rod Cord, our advisor, whose understanding and patience guided all of the
"individual" staff members through the perils of publication
The iunior board who quickly learned the importance of meeting deadlines
And the seniors who served without credit so the NORTHERNER could have an
experienced staff and who put in many hours of extra work
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