North Central High School - Northerner Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)
- Class of 1969
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Closing . . .
Life is a jigsaw puzzle
With most of the pieces missing,
Three years-time to put
A few in place for yourself
To form a pattern,
A pattern of your life.
A pattern of experiences
Enjoyed and remembered for years
Carefree times dancing, singing,
Huddling at football games,
Both on the field
And in the stands.
Patterns of expression
Through the arts or drama,
Wherever you fit into place.
Patterns of competition,
For leadership roles, and
For that extra winning point.
A pattern of spirit and of caring,
About school, community, and
About the pattern of your life.
out of class
A pattern of learning '
In school and out.
And things of great consequence.
New ideas, old ideas,
Expounded and discarded.
Mazes of halls, of math, of minds.
People-new friends, old friends,
Teachers, young and old.
Panther patterns-victory, defeat,
And perhaps victory again.
Out-more people, known, unknown,
Wise and foolish.
The worldg foreign but beckoning.
Exciting new lands, new faces,
A pattern of being yourself
And no one else, the same
Inside and out: to know both.
To decide what is right and wrong
For yourself and no one else.
To form a pattern,
Apaffem 0fy0UI'lif9- soRTiNG THROUGH A PILE of lab books, physiology students Rex Callaway, Kathy
Plumb, Marcy Jay, and Susie Talley look for their graded books following a lab session.
ALL DECKED 0UT.lN their best attire, girls from five heat of the Homecoming trike race. For the first time
homeroom teams line up for the start of a qualification teams were judged on costumes.
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1968 JUNIOR PROM COURT members John Busch, Duke Hardy, Greg Schlegel, and Pam St. John enjoy punch and cookies at a
Joy Leimbach, Barb Holt, Bob Habig, Katy Kruesser, Jack Harcourt, pre-Prom party. Joy and Duke were crowned later that night.
Spring festivities combine excitement. sadness
In Nlay 1968, the junior class pre-
sented their prom, "Wear Your Love
Like Heaven", which was held at the
Indiana Roof. Joy Leimbach and Duke
Hardy reigned as queen and king.
During the intermission Rick Schae-
fer provided music by Donovan.
ln Twelfth Night, the spring play,
Becky McCann portrayed Viola, one of
the sweetest and most wistful of
Shakespeare's characters. Jay Mart
as Sebastion, Dick Williams as Or-
sino, and Gayle Stahlhuth as Nlaria
were also included in the comedy.
With the completion of their last
day of school, seniors continued the
tradition of throwing papers over the
student center balcony, and began
preparing for Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement exercises. The Grad
Dance was held at the Murat Temple.
THE COLISEUM BECOMES A SEA of black
and white during commencement exercises.
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THE LAST REMNANTS of the class of 1968
are quietly hauled away after the annual
paper toss in the student center.
HAVING JUST BEEN CROWNED 1968 Junior
Prom King, Duke Hardy gives a congratu-
latory kiss to beaming Queen Joy Leim-
EAT, DRINK, AND BE MERRY is the motto of Steve Giltner and
Mark Miller in North Central's spring play Twelfth Night.
NORTH CENTRAL'S JOHN FORTUNE RUNS the high hurdles at the
Tech sectional track meet, one of many held during the spring.
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Summer explorations involve fun.
BEAUTIFUL-SUMMER AFFERNOONS found many North Central family boat, docked at Morse Reservoir, provided many hours
students enjoy the laziness of local reservoirs. Debbie Boring's of pleasure for her friends, both cruising and skiing.
CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS at Weir Cook
International Airport find I.U. Honors Pro-
gram students John Busch, Katy Kreusser,
and others checking their baggage.
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Summer provided a busy time for
North Central students whether they
were busy working, traveling, or re-
Several students from North Cen-
tral visited foreign countries on
exchange or c u I t u r a I education
Local young people from North
Central and other area high schools
spent many summer hours rebuilding
an old barn. The rebuilt barn was
used as a youth center.
The largest driver's education pro-
gram in Indiana was taught by 24 in-
structors Ied by General DeBard.
Basic driving knowledge was taught
during a four day period, followed by
two weeks of actual driving
Baseball games continued into
summer, culminating with the state
tournament. Football practice began
in the late summer months in prepa-
ration for their fall grid battles.
SUMMER NIGHTS FOUND many area
youths listening to such bands as Him Her
and Them at the teen club, The Barn.
SUMMER PRACTICE of the football team
was preparation for head to head contact.
STEERING THEIR WAY through the double stanchions to complete the skill tests, driver's
education students accomplish their training during the summer months.
Musical bonfire plag dominate fall activities
Drama and musical comedy high-
lighted the North Central stage during
the fall. The fall play, "Inherit the
Wind," presented the famous monkey
trials of the 192O's. The music de-
partment staged "Half a Sixpence,"
the story of a poor English draper who
inherits a fortune and falls in love
with a sophisticated, high-class
woman. George lVlcKown, Katy Kreus-
ser, and Sandy Donnell played in
the leading roles.
Thirty senior girls displayed the
latest fashions from Dorothy's to the
music of the International Grapefruit
during the Style Show. Also during the
Family Jamboree, sleepshirts, tee-
shirts, school jewelry, and other items
were on sale in booths.
The class of '69 celebrated with a
bonfire after their last football game.
Doughnuts, hot dogs, and hot choco-
late were served to warm up the cold
Confused parents wandered aim-
lessly through mazes of halls in at-
tempt to recreate their children's
daily schedules on Back-to-School
Night on September 25.
ANSWERING QUESTIONS of interested par-
ents Mr. Meek speaks to "back to school"
crowds in the fall.
DEBATING IN THE FAMOUS monkey trials,
Ken Hixon played Henry Drummond, the
defense lawyer, in "Inherit the Wind."
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RICK LASH DASHES ACROSS THE FIELD with the ball uses his blocking skills to keep Kokomo where they be-
to assist in Central's Homecoming victory, as Dan Smith long. A fireworks display opened the game.
NORTH CENTRAL FANS and cheerleaders tightly cling to
students, as Rick Fulmer begins the game by leading his
the "HIT" sign, prepared by
teammates through the sign.
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FINALLY RID OF TRAINING WHEELS, Cathy
Umemura races to the finish line.
The 1968 Homecoming activities
began with qualifications for the an-
nual trike race. The victor was senior
homeroom F 162, "Seigals Super
CycIers", setting a new time record.
Team members i n cl u d e d Susan
Sanders, Linda Schwindler, Susan
Schaefer, and Terry Schlossberg. A
new addition to usual pep assembly
was a group skit. North Central Pan-
thers played a victorious game with
the Kokomo Kats on Friday night. To
add a colorful scene for halftime, the
traditional float parade was presented.
The five floats were "Weaver's Re-
ducing lVlachine" by Nlu Alpha Theta,
"Ko-Ko Kats, Breakfast of Panthers"
by Senior Class Council, "Panthers
Whip Wildcats" by homerooms E 147
and E 149, "Panthers Bottle Katsup"
by homerooms A 123, A 124, and H
199, and "No Nlo' Kokomo Go Go" by
homerooms E 142, E 144 and E 146.
Last year's homecoming queen, Nlarty
Youngquist, returned to crown Nancy
Wrege. Crowning Gary Linder as
King highlighted the dance, "Turna-
bout is Fair Play".
HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN CANDIDATES-Kneeling: Rick Lash, Dan McGeary,
Gary Linder fKing7, Darrell Pike and Jack Harcourt. Standing: Barbara Holt, Nancy Wrege
QQueenJ, Katherine Kreusser, Donna Warfield, and Pam St. John.
BRUCE KEREZMAN AND JOHN MACKEY take part in cheering crowd during the Homecoming game half time.
presenting the float created by three homerooms to a This was the winning float in competition.
GOLF fI'EAM MEMBERS spent many spring and summer hours the flag while Jim Jobes putts Gary Gant and Bob Koschmann
IITIPTOVIUE their game, playing at various courses throughout the look on while waiting for their turns to putt before continuing on
city. Here, at Meridian Hills Country Club, Denny Dawson holds their PVSCUCE V0Und
GYMNASTICS TEAM MEMBER, Byron Ho-
rine, executes a pike on the still rings.
JOGGING AROUND THE TRACK, the cross
country team practices for one of its meets.
All North Central athletic teams
"socked it to 'em" by continuing their
winning tradition. The football squad
held the lines back for an impressive
8-2 record. Endurance and stamina
brought the cross country team a
second place in the state finals. Re-
turning lettermen Gary Pittenger,
Duke Hardy, Bill Vinton, and Rick
Lash kept the spirit of the Panthers
at a height. The tennis team retained
their sectional crown at Lawrence
Central. Aspirations of the state title
inspired the wrestling squad to work
as a unit. Gymnastics team captain
Jack Harcourt led the team with im-
pressive performances on the side-
horse. The baseball team practiced
daily for perfection of aim, pitch, and
swing so important for excellence.
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at the ball during the Warren Central game.
CHUCK JOHNSTON CHARGES through the
line while receiving blocking from Panthers.
CANDIDATES FOR THE MILITARY BALL are,
Ieft to right, Peggy Howard, Emily Diltz,
Diana Carpenter and Charleen Walton.
MIKE FAIRMAN INTRIGUES Dan Agan and
Claudia Prosser in a scene from the chil-
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HANGING OVER THE BALCONY, a beanied
North Central student stares in wonder at
the banner proclaiming Panther Pep Week.
Despite inclement weather, Central-
ites livened up the winter with two
dances, a play, and an abundance of
school spirit. Student Council spon-
sored the Christmas dance "Midnight
Snowfall." In February the drama de-
partment presented Winterset, a play
taking place during the Depression.
Playing the "soul sound," The
Dawn Five entertained at the Valen-
tine dance, "Heart and Soul."
School spirit exploded during Pan-
ther Pep Week which included the
County Tourney. Students featured
new booster buttons proclaiming
"Wipe 'em out Panthers" throughout
the week-long celebration and also
during the sectionals in which NC
CHRISTMAS DANCE COURT MEMBERS in-
cluded, Row 1: Jennifer Mills, Joy Leim-
bach, Marilee Behrmann. Row 2: Doug
Kniptash, Duke Hardy, Rick Colglazier.
CENTRALITES ENJOY THE SOUL SOUNDS
of The Dawn Five at i'Heart and Soul."
Speakers. spirit fill late winter
FROM HIGH ABOVE THE FLOOR OF THE Indiana State Legislature, students observe the
workings of the House. AII are members of senior government classes.
"WE'RE GONNA WIN, WE'RE GONNA WIN, you're gonna Iose!" shouts an enthusiastic
crowd at a basketball game with Warren in the county tourney.
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To Central's academic pattern.
Lit classes learned to read
Old English and to interpret the New.
Science students decided that
All matter is a pattern, of which
The atom is only the beginning.
History classes learned of our
American heritage to better know
How to uphold it.
Nlath students learned to
Find the value of X and
Of solving complex equations.
Centralites strove to do
Our part in foreign relations
By learning the native tongues
Of our international friends.
Such courses fit in each Centralite's
Schedule as an integral
Part of a pattern,
The pattern of our lives.
English deparlmenl experiments with
IN HER WORLD LIT CLASS, Mrs. Butter-
worth explains the significance of the Cru
sades and "The Song of Roland."
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and Sophomore Dave Taylor. Each student was required to make his own poster.
This year the English department
expanded its program considerably.
The administration experimented with
several senior classes. Instead of the
conventional individual s e m e s t e r
courses of literature and composition,
seniors had the alternative of partici-
pating in combined literature and
composition courses covering an en-
tire year. ln addition, Humanities was
offered to selected senior students.
Junior English teachers attempted
to modernize their department. Mrs.
Kivett and Mrs. Rimstidt experimented
with the idea of team teaching.
Continuing in traditional manner,
the reading lab provided students with
the opportunity to improve their read-
ing skills. Reading lab instructors
introduced new workbooks to present
vocabulary in an interesting manner.
AS BEETHOVEN LOOKS ON, Mrs. Brothers
conducts her Humanities class. Class is
usually spent in informal type discussion,
using a seminar-like format.
PAUSING FROM THE HECTIC activities of
the day, this student utilizes the shadow-
scope to improve his speed of reading.
INDIANA UNlVERSlTY PROFESSOR, Dr.
Gottsman, discusses Faulkner's book, The
Bear, with a junior English class.
Advertising supplements Northern Lights editions
NORTI-IERNER EDITORS-Seated: Carole Fiedler, Jan Lingeman, Nancy Scherer.
Standing: Tony Burrus, Marcy Jay, Lennie Cantor, Kathy Madinger, Julie Schubert, Dave
Morrison. Seven of the editors and two photographers attended summer workshops.
During the busy summer, journal-
ists interrupted their favorite activities
to work out the planning stages for
the school publications. Northerner
editor Jan Lingeman, accompanied by
other staff members, spent two weeks
at Ball State drawing layouts and
learning production techniques. Beth
Harris, Northern Lights editor, was
equally busy as she attended the
Newspaper Work Shop at Indiana Uni-
versity. The beginning of school
brought enthusiastic staff members
into full operation scheduling pictures
and writing copy. An extensive ads
campaign and the many Northerner
subscribers financed the book. For the
first time, the cover was revealed be-
fore the book was distributed.
Dedication and hard work brought
success to the Northern Lights. A
new addition to the newspaper, an
ads section, helped finance the paper.
Excited staff members have high
hopes of expanding the present spe-
cial and regular bi-weekly issues.
NORTHERN LIGHTS EDITORIAL BOARD-Seated: Spon- Shields, A'Lelia Bundles, Tina Nehrling, Andy Fogle,
sor Mrs. Rhamy. Standing: Kathleen McCormick, Beth Jim Alexander, and Fred Alexander. Editor-in-chief
Harris, Anne Ziegner, Jerry Byers, Pam Hurlbut, Kent Beth Harris, grimacing, criticizes a previous issue.
NORTHERNER STAFF-Standing: J. Alexander, K. Brueckner, S. bl'Ul1r1- Seated? M- Koplos, C- Mattson, J- HBFICOCK, H- Glanlmanf
Bell, J. Hawley, T. Thompson, J. Kahn, L. Selig, D. Boring, L. Cre- K. Lorch, S. Kappes, P. Boleman. Junior members will assume edi-
viston, S. Bohard, B. Stevenson, L. Williams, M. Zachar, R. Heil- TOYIHI roles next yeafin DISCS Of graduating SSUIOVS-
NORTHERN LIGHTS JUNIOR STAFF-Ann
Davidson, Julie Hauck, Alice Bond, Rocky
Mers, Kathleen Wills, Vicki Carvey, and
SORTING SENIOR PICTURES, LiAnne Cre-
viston prepares for an early deadline.
CINDY CAGLE AND Jan Heppner explann the
history of their dlrndls to their class
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EMPHASIZING pronunciation to her Frenc
Mrs. Rodman reviews a lesson
Participating in the I. U. Honors
Program again were the French, Ger-
man, Spanish, and Latin classes. A
student is eligible only if he is a ju-
nior and enrolled in the third or fourth
year of language.
Emphasis was placed on audio-
lingual, which was used more in class
than in previous years. New supple-
mentary readers and textbooks, along
with new tapes and films were
Mr. Schaaf, a Spanish teacher, and
three German teachers, Miss Pihlak,
Miss Sabol, and Mr. Tully traveled to
junior highs to teach the ninth grade
the same first year language courses
that are offered at North Central.
Cindy Cagle, a student in her fourth
year of studies, accompanied Mr.
Tully to Northview as an aid in teach-
ing the first year students.
STUDENTS IN Miss MerkeI's fourth year
Spanish class take notes on grammar.
SERVING AS AN ASSISTANT in the Ian-
guage lab, Jeff Case prepares to splice a
DURING CLASS discussion Mr. Campbell
explains the heritage of our government.
MANY OF THE social studies classes take
advantage of the audio-visual aids.
New ideas intrigue social stud
EXHIBITING HIS skill on the sitar an Indian folk instrument, Don Tavel entertains Mr.
Meeks world history class which studied the various cultures of many countries.
A new addition was made to the
social studies department, involving
a new method of teaching. The ex-
perimental class used paperback
books rather than the common text-
book. The new technique was put to
use in the United States history class
for juniors. A newly established paper-
back library and a classroom set of
the new texts were available.
The selection of new textbooks for
the following year kept the teachers
very busy. They also spent a great
deal of time reading and reviewing
texts that were being considered for
state adoption. Along with the choos-
ing of new books, the social studies
department kept occupied in prepar-
ing for participation in the North
Many politically minded students
were enthused by discussions in the
social studies classes pertaining to
the national and local elections.
Panels and debates between students
were common. Guest speakers repre-
senting local candidates were invited
to talk with the students.
REPRESENTATlVES Jan Lingeman, Mike
Elliott, Tom Milch, and Annette Sachs look
at Hoosier Girls', Boys' State scrapbook.
DURING CLASS, Gen. Debard explains the
functions involved in the Supreme Court.
Independent studg, Harvard Project develop
STEPHEN JACOBS AND Jane Cravey digest
a copper sample in advanced chemistry.
PHYSICS STUDENTS Scott Ferguson, Anthony Holt, and Cindy Stackhouse apply the
skills learned during class as they experiment with various pulleys and weights in lab.
DURING A LECTURE in narcotics class, stu-
dents listen carefully to Mr. Prettyman.
Practicing the theme of "learning
by doing," students in advanced sci-
ence classes spent much time in the
laboratory. Those studying botany
used scientific methods to apply
their knowledge of the plant king-
dom to their own existence.
ln the chemistry section an inde-
pendent study program was intro-
duced tothe Chemistry 1-X students.
Each month directed studies were
assigned: the remainder of the time
the students were on their own.
A new approach to learning was
added to physics classes. Using the
Harvard Project program, students
benefited from current scientific
films and a variety of experiments.
STUDENTS APPLY SKILLS in physiology as
they study the anatomy of the skeleton.
MR. LINDBERG EXPLAINS the zoology grad-
ing system to Andrea Martin during class.
BOB NAGEY, BOB COVELL, Dave Iauco,
Ray Ochs, and Stephen Jacobs perform
experiments using atomized chemistry in
Math department expands concepts
to meet broad opportunities
PROVING THEIR KNOWLEDGE of theorems and postulates, sophomores Kris Servaas and
Jeff Stone team together to prove to the class a problem in Geometry I.
Because of the increased enroll-
ment, North Central's mathematics
department found it necessary to ful-
fill the individual needs of each
Courses ranging from general
math to the more difficult classes
of geometry, trigonometry, calculus,
and math topics were offered to di-
versify the program. ln each field
the mathematics faculty made pro-
visions to base requirements ac-
cording to individual ability. To ad-
vance the pattern of learning, teach-
ers conducted after-school help ses-
sions, and utilized team teaching to
bring the process into full develop-
ment for each student.
STEVE PERKINS AND CRAIG CAPEHART
study designs made from mathematical
concepts by geometry students.
ANSWERING QUESTIONS and solving them
on the board is a daily routine for Mr. Gish.
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DURING ALGEBRA V, Mr. Weinheimer ex-
plains a problem to Jeff Burris.
CONTEMPLATING A difficult Math Topics
problem are Todd Quinto and Tom Skelton.
THESE STUDENTS FIND THAT WORKING in stores and commercial
relations is benefiting to their individual needs. They achieve
KATHY BENNETT AND NANCY BUCHANAN convince David John-
ston to buy their product with techniques acquired in related class.
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this through the work experience program offered to seniors
through which they work part-time.
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WORKING AT THE OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, Linda Schwindler ex-
plains the basic shorthand symbols to Leslie Ricketts.
Because of the computer-bound
society of today, the business world
must conform to its demands. To
give this field a prospective back-
ground, North CentraI's business de-
partment offered data processing
which deals with the observation and
study of computers and their acces-
sories. Merchandising, clerical ser-
vice, typing, and law trials were also
part of the curriculum.
The department's faculty also in-
creased with the addition of Miss
Kathy Ann White and Mr. Samuel
Morris in their respective fields,
shorthand and clerical practice, and
selling and business law.
The school purchased new elec-
tric typewriters in order to take care
of the increased number of business
students in the department.
STUDENTS PERFECT THEIR SKILLS in typ-
ing during clerical practice as a prerequisite
of duplicating office situation.
DURING DATA PROCESSING CLASS, Joe
Blakley, Julie Blakley, and Kirk Fleener ob-
serve an l.B.M. computer.
Plaster. elag. string. and silver stimulate
SENIOR HAROLD ROGERS MAKES USE of
technical skills during silver crafts class.
PATIENTLY WORKING ON A PROJECT for her second year art board this mobile is only a sample of the imaginative efforts
class, sophomore Judy Caine puts finishing touches on a geometric created in the art department. Much time and skill is required
mobile. Constructed from colored string, tissue paper, and card- to keepa balanced pattern.
Surrounded by clay, plaster, oil
paints and canvas, a North Central
art student d e v e I o p e d talents
through trial and error. With the ad-
dition of the new Instructional Ser-
vices Building, more space, equip-
ment, and facilities were made
available to the individual. The ad-
vanced art student and those taking
silver crafts made use of this new
building. Two new sculpture classes
were also added, making twenty-
nine hours of art available to the
Creating life-like figures, colored
pots, and Egyptian jewelry were
some of the goals of the ceramics
pupils, while the painting students
expressed their feelings on paper.
Being realistic or surrealistic were
the alternatives of the art-minded
MR. SMITH CONSTRUCTIVELY CRITICIZES Susan Rlley's weekly drawing in Art I. Molly
Belford observes the criticism for her future drawings.
DIGGING INTO HER WORK, senior Kathy
Moody prepares a piece of clay before
starting a design during sculpture class.
LENDING SENIOR PAM ALBOHER A HAND, Mr. Keyt instructs her in the correct way to
determine perspective view for drawing drapes in a proportional manner.
Band. orchestra. choir promote cultural interests
BELL CHOIR-Front Row: Judy Dorrell, Susie Avels, Molli Oliver, Holly Hunt, Linda Rid-
dell, Karen Batesole, Anne Kostrevic, Rose Messinger. Back Row: Jim Waugh, Matt Ber-
ney, Dave Streeter, Duane Fant, Bob Meili, Karl Kellogg, Dennis Dottenwhy.
Musically talented students par-
ticipated actively in various bands.
The marching band entertained dur-
ing halftimes of all home football
games. The pep band helped to pro-
mote panther spirit by playing our
school song and fight songs. In addi-
tion they helped the cheerleaders in
their cheers. Selected as a member
of the All American High School Band,
Frank Shirley excelled on the trumpet.
Ringing their bells at Christmas to
promote holiday cheer, the Bell Choir
toured the city for their performances.
The Concert Band comprised of
sophomores, trained students in tonal
quality and working together. The
Stage Band performed during pop
concerts, Junior Spectacular and con-
vocations. Performing all orchestral
literature, the Orchestra has won
many awards. The Symphonic Wind
Ensemble also won many honors
through their excellent performances.
DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR, North Cen-
tral's orchestra, directed by Mr. Dennis,
performed many programs for township
STAGE BAND, organized primarly for per-
formances, entertains during school con-
vocations and Junior Spectacular.
CONCERT BAND, comprised of sopho-
mores, strives to work together in perfect-
ing tonal quality, balance, and expression.
PLAYING A CLARINET, Bob Moore marches GIVING THE BASKETBALL PLAYERS that extra boost of morale, the Panther Pep Band
in a parade downtown. promotes additional spirit.
Qgmphonio wind ensemble boasts new "threads
MARCHING TO THE BEAT of "Exodus" down Meridian Street, the tors, The band was also privileged to march at the Speedway in
Marching Band performs in the Veterans' Day Parade before specta- opening day activities at the 500 Mile Race.
PAUSING AFTER a performance, the Sym-
phonic Wind Ensemble dons their new
GIRLS ENSEMBLE-Front Row: Joy Bottoms, A. Graham, J. Hooker, J. Von Fange, J. Sordean, Mrs.
Kurtz, J. Roberts, P. Milton, P. Goges, S. Yosha, Brothers. Third Row: M. Whitehead, D. Beck, B. Kam-
P. Van Ness, P. St. John, S. McGraw. Second Row: meraad, C. Hunter, D. Bevins, B. Dilk, S. Sherman,
F. Capp, M. Jones, D. DeCoursey, N. Ramsey, M. M. Lancet, J. Patterson, J. Lingeman, L. Deck.
COUNTERPOINTS-Front Row: D. Taylor, D. Merklin, S. Kramer, Third Row: G- McK0wn. S- Knowles, J. ByerS, N. Sterner. D- Pel-
K. Garriott, P. Shute, D. Daniels, P. Clay, C. Isenhour, C. Sander, SUS- G- AFIUSVSOF1, J- QUHKSHDUSN. B- C2I'I'0ll. A- GiU95lJie- FOUVUT
D. McLary. Second Row: K. Kreusser, P. O'Heron, D. Conrad, M. ROWS. 3- PetEl'SOf1. D- Smith. R- PSUSVSOH. T- Wallace, C- Wright.
Meditch, C. Manifold, S. Donnall, P. Keller, S. Kelso, P. Kramer. J- Fritz, J- Kennedy. G- Hurlt. D-Wright. R- Sirafef-
MUSIC MEN-Front Row: M. Fairman, C. Frayer, M.
Litz, R. Dimit, K. Reinschreiber, B. McKinney, B. War-
ren, T. Anderson. Second Row: D. Tirmenstein, B. Zim
merman, C. McCIung, N. Jones, T. Alsop, J. Conner
Student music groups create
familg atmosphere in practice
The outlook of the music depart-
ment was a "family affair." The
choir instructors stressed the idea
of working as a team in order to
present successful performances.
The students participating in the de-
partment were taught to work as a
unit and to concentrate on the blend
of all their voices, rather than their
individual tone qualities. Working to-
gether promoted closer friendships,
which was necessary for complete
Knowledge through opportunity
was the primary goal of the instruc-
tors. The members of Girls Ensemble
were given the opportunity to sing
at Clowes Hall. Mr. Martin, Mr.
Critzer, Mrs. Thomas, and Mrs.
Brothers, leaders of the music
classes, gave equal chances to all
who showed interest and desire.
Many choir members were en-
couraged to try out for the fall musi-
cal, "Half A Sixpence" in order that
they would have the experience of
combining their musical and acting
J. Mart, S. Hartman, M. Holmquist. Third Row: G
Grinkmeyer, J. Marr, J. Eggleston, S. Sipe, M. Schroe
- der, J. Brandt, J. Dittrich, S. Ellson, J. Hancock, P. Som
, mer. This group was directed by Mr. Critzer.
LEARNING THE FUNDAMENTALS of pro
per breathing and tone quality, the A Capel
la choir is used to train music students.
Girls' choral groups brin pleasure to audiences
MADRIGALS-Front Row: N. Sternberger, M. Williams, L. Riddell,
C. Zell, M. Hudson, C. Moody, K. Prill, D. Hadley, V. Loeper, S.
Gauchat, J. Eschenbrenner. Second Row: L. McGraw, S. McKin
ney, K. Snyder, D. Hocker, D. Kruse, E. White, J. Close, V. Can
DESCANTS SWAY to the music of "Tom
Thumb's Tune" during a school perfor-
trell, S. Bockstahler, J. King, D. Moore, B. Heston. Third Row:
D. Warren, B. Thompson, K. McCormick, C. Hubert, D. Jezzard,
N. Hodapp, C. Kelb, G. Humbert, C. Wray, D. Martin, D. Bond,
C. Fulk, S. Esmon, K. Cowan.
MEMBERS OF THE GIRLS CONCERT CHOIR enjoyed singing and direction of Mr. Critzer. The group performed in the music depart
learning the fundamentals of music and choral work under the ments annual spring and Christmas programs.
DESCANTS-Front Row: P. Aase, S. Carlson, A. Brown,
M. Wright, P. Morgan, S. Over, J. Anderson, S. Hicks, S.
Schaeffer, T. Plopper, C. Stackhouse, B. Capron, A. Mc-
Clelland, Back Row: C. Prosser, S. Curry, N. Meyer, S.
Dean, S. Smith, S. Kurtz, L. Wagner, S. Talley, M. Bar-
rett, J. Patterson, L. Sheridan, B. Tindall, K. Bruekner, K.
Dykema, M. Moore. Thos choir was composed mainly of
juniors and seniors.
Practical Arts stimulates brainpower. ingenuitg
DURING A DEMONSTRATION in their Foods class, Becky Potter and Sue Moss busily
prepare hot chocolate for the other classmates.
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MODELING HER FINISHED PRODUCT, Beth Gillen cautiously steps onto the runway
during the fashion show presented by the Clothing classes in the spring.
Semester projects helped the
practical arts students become more
aware of the fields of home eco-
nomics and industrial arts. Clothing
classes made a survey of fabrics and
finishes and learned to develop good
sewing skills. Knitting and sewing
"mod" outfits were the goals of the
girls. Preparing a meal, considering
the nutritional value, and cost taught
the students many aspects of the
family diet. Reports, planning bulle-
tin boards, and speakers helped the
girls seek a better understanding of
family living and child development.
Class activities which instructed
the boys in outside fields of indus-
trial arts were designing and con-
structing a scale model house, re-
building air-cooled engines, and con-
structing a m p I i f i e r s. They also
worked with the mechanical forma-
tion of plastic prepared production
drawings, and p r i n t e d school
DURING ELECTRONICS CLASS, Don Dison
devotes his time to assembling radios.
SITTING AT THE LINOTYPE MACHINES,
Jim DeLong prepares type for his printing
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LOOKING FOR DIFFERENCES IN FOREIGN-
MADE CARS, Sanford Han checks the fan
belt while John Gangstad, Steve Arney, and
Bob Sundstrom look on.
SOPHOMORE GYM STUDENTS watch in awe
as one of their classmates does a back flip.
ALTHOUGH THE "TRAMP" DESTRUCTS
hairdos, Paula Boggs finds it exhilarating.
A PANORAMA OF THE GYM reveals sophomores patiently waiting for the music to start
Students devoted one day a week to the practice of American folk dances.
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ln the pattern of everyone's life
There must be organization.
Everyone likes to belong to a group-
Especially one in which the members
Share the same interests.
North Central students joined in
An extensive and intricately planned
Pattern of clubs and activities-
Meeting together periodically
To produce, to think, to discuss-
But most of all, to enjoy
Themselves and being with others.
This was one ofthe ways
Each Centralite became a vital piece-
A link in the pattern of the whole.
Leading or being led,
Each offered his contribution
ln the areas of his interest.
Adding to his individual pattern-
The pattern of his life.
Student government initiates " ' '
By incorporating President Bob
Habig's idea of a "mini-council", the
112 members of the Student Council
led the student body in a very active
year. Under the plan, each home-
room was a small student council
which could submit ideas to the regu-
Thirty-one of the council members
attended the State Student Council
convention at Madison Heights High
School in Anderson. Attending mem-
bers exchanged ideas with representa-
tives from other areas.
Participation and hard work helped
the council make successes of its
traditional activities such as College
Night and the Christmas Dance as
well as beginning new events such as
the homecoming skit contest.
DRESSED IN THEIR NATIONAL COSTUMES, exchange students Kjell Gjaerevoll and Tuula
Kujala sing Scandanavian carols at the Human Relations Council's Christmas party.
STUDENT COUNCIL-Front Row: K. Wilson, L. Sewell, S. Evans
B. Meyer, P. Boges, B. Hayes, N. Berkowitz, J. Russell, President B
Habig, Assistant Secretary D. Roberts, Treasurer G. Linder, Vice
President L. Bundles, Secretary M. Oliver, B. deRaismes, L. Kenne
dy, T. Thompson, S. Schaeffer. Second Row: C. Sander, B. Snyder,
J. Detmer, J. Mills, D. Taylor, N. Roach, M. Behrmann, D. Young,
S. Dean, S. McKinney, J. Roberts, A. Gaddy, D. McCord, M. Tewkes
berry, M. Halloway, K. Kahn. Third Row: A. Kurtz, K. Foster, T.
Mathews, B. Tindall, M. Pearce, J. Moore, D. Bruce, K. Wills, L.
Habig, B. Borton, M. Knue, B. Hutton, A. Sobbe, B. Allen, B. Krue
ger, B. Guyton. Fourth Row: D. Pickering, R. Fortier, F. Fehsenfeld
J. Alexander, S. Barnes, G. Reddish, D. Morgan, D. Franz, S. Hamp-
shire, D. Watkins, N. Woodruff, P. Alboher, J. Fink, D. Pickering, S.
Swinford, E. Falender. Fifth Row: S. England, Steve Ball, R. Rat-
liff, R. Eaton, B. Johnson, D. Corbin, T. Wallace, M. Rohn, J. Po-
land, M. Smith, C. Holloway, M. Harshman, J. Bose. Sixth Row: F.
Martin, E. Sigal, M. Litz, R. Lecky, A. Gillespie, S. Knowles, J.
Stone, S. Clayton, D. Highmark, R. Blake, B. Luginbill, G. Wilson.
Seventh Row: G. Graham, D. Tavel, L. Miller, G. Ubelhoer, D. Per-
kins, D. Clymer, B. Hudson, T. Milch, G. Nefouse, S. West, J. Kahn,
T. Cambell. Eighth Row: K. Worley, B. Stevenson, D. Nie, D. Curry,
J. Blakley, R. Colglazier, R. Lash, J. Busch.
WHILE PAINTING "SENIOR CORDS" on one of the Homecoming Terry Mathews giggle at the comical appearance of "Gertrude
dance decorations, seniors Barb deRaismes, Linda Schwindler, and Graham". The "IdIe Few" played at the dance.
FULFILLING THEIR ASSIGNMENT, Kris
Sippel and Sally Swinford change the
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many classes. Here Sandy Burns buys The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn from Terry
FOR BREAKFAST, Junior Beth Schaller buys
Honoraries stress service.
character. school involvement
Key Club, an affiliate of the Ki-
wanis International Clubs, performed
service projects to aid
school and community. To gain mem-
bership, a boy must have attended
North Central for one semester, have
a grade point average of 2.0, obtained
the recommendations of two teachers,
and be approved by the sponsor. The
club raised the money for its many
activities by sponsoring mixers, wash-
ing cars, and collecting dues. Led by
President John Busch, Vice-president
Don Waller, Secretary Jim Wallace,
Treasurer Denny Dawson, and His-
torian Doug Nie, the members of Key
Club sponsored many service proj-
ects. Along with their annual efforts
as guides for "Back to School Night",
and "College Night", selling refresh-
ments at games, and serving break-
fast in the cafeteria, the Key Club ex-
tended its canned food drive to help
ten to fifteen needy Washington
Township families during the Christ-
Scholarship, leadership, character,
and service became the motto of those
Centralites initiated into the National
Honor Society. Before one may be
asked into the organization, he must
rank in the top 2542, of his class and
gain two merit points from his
teachers. Again this year, the mem-
bers volunteered to tutor students
needing help in all the major aca-
demic areas. ln May, the members
held a banquet and assembly for initi-
ates and parents, along with a dinner
in the fall to get acquainted.
a doughnut from Key Club members Larry
Gardiner and Jim Freihofer.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-Front Row: P. Clay, H. Hunt, M
Oliver, A. Sachs, P. St. John, A. Ziegner, J. Komsiski, J Bottoms E
Diitz, D. Daniels, c. zaring, T. Mathews, R. Maru, C. cagie. Sec-
ond Row: T. Skelton, R. Chab, L. Steinmetz, J. Philippe, J. Keebler,
B. Waller, S. Kirkwood, K. Walls, C. Pfeiffer, J. Blakely, L. Lorenz
L. Dustman, K. Rusch, L. Gileff. Third Row: M. Lipscomb, J. Linge
man, L. Ricketts, R. Waife, B. de Raismes, M. Harshman, L. Grif-
feth, K. Kreusser, L. Broeking, L. Druskis, G. Schlegel, S. Barnes,
S. Grosby. Fourth Row: D. Carter, J. Noland, L. Davenport, M.
Elliott, N. Scherer, T. Wilhoite, L. Christopher, C. Cage, C. Cady,
N. Kilbury, G. Redish, D. Luginbill, A. Fogle, B. Carroll. Fifth Row:
B. Habig, D. Aldridge, G. Graham, M. Mills, S. England, B. Kinsey,
M. Muller, T. Milch, D. Waller, D. Baldwin, B. Sexauer, L. Miller,
B. Stoops, D. Perkins. Miss Freudenberger served as sponsor.
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MU ALPHA THETA-First Row: Tom Skelton, Don Co-
hen, Chris Kunz, Dianne DeCoursey, Cindy Stackhouse,
Trudy Boyd, Toni Galvin, Pam Strauss, Second Row:
Mike Elliott, Don Katz, Bill Binkley, vice-president Don
Waller, Brooks McKinney, president Todd Quinto, Jane
Cravey. Third Row: Gary Scudder, Mark Mills, Dan
Marsh, Larry Peck, Bob Nagey, Dave Baldwin, Brad
Stoops, Ron Waife, John Raber. Not pictured is sec-
retary-treasurer Louise Steinmetz. Members promoted
an interest in mathematics throughout the school.
Students explored science and
math through four clubs. Biology club
members gained by watching experi-
ments, demonstrations, and films.
Accuracy and speed became the
bywords of students in the Slide Rule
Club. Through practice calculations
and intraclub competition, members
increased their proficiency in math.
Science Reading Club read about
and discussed the many recent sci-
entific innovations, such as organ
transplants and space exploration.
Outstanding math students joined
Mu Alpha Theta, a national mathe-
matics honorary. Besides working
interesting problems not pursued in
the regular course, speakers pre-
sented programs on such practical
applications of math as computer
programming and processing.
PROVING THAT "two slide rules are better
than one," Craig McGahey and Rick Dimit
check each other's computations.
PLANTING BEAN SEEDS in different types
of soil, lab assistant Chris Bell helps to
prepare a Biology Club experiment.
UTILIZING THE ACTIVITY period, Steve
Ellson and Mr. Phares discuss science
topics relating to current medical advances.
Journalism opportunities abound
QUILL AND SCROLL-Front Row: Andy Fogle, Christy Pfeiffer, Kathy Madinger, Anne
Ziegner, and Tina Nehrling. Second Row: Julie Schubert, Jan Lingeman, Nancy Scherer,
Carole Fiedler, Beth Harris, and Fred Alexander. Mr. Rod Cord and Mrs. Evelyn Rhamy
served as co-sponsors for this honorary society for high school journalists.
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THE "ETCHlNGS IN THOUGHTS" STAFF, Marcia Campbell typist, Jim Morgan, Barb
de Raismes, Christy Pfeiffer, and Tom Milch confer with sponsor James Jenkins on sub-
mitted literary works. This anthology of creative writing, which is sponsored by the
English department, is distributed among students at the end of the year.
Centralites p u r s u e d journalistic
interests in a variety of ways this
year. The Journalism club investigated
the many facets of journalism through
speakers, tours, and individual
Quill and Scroll, an international
high school journalism honorary so-
ciety, initiated eleven members at its
banquet, "Politics and the Pen". Pre-
requisities for membership included
working on a publication staff for a
year and ranking in the top third of
Students who were interested in
contributing to the newspaper, but
could not work it into their aca-
demic schedule, joined the new News-
paper Activity. Supervised by the
"Northern Lights Editorial Board",
these Centralites wrote stories, con-
ducted interviews, and learned about
newspaper p r o d u c tio n through
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DURING TH E I R NEWSPAPER ACTIVITY
PERIOD, sophomores Jane Kirtly, Linda
Resnover, and Marsha Sigal discuss their
feature story on student absenteeism with
newspaper sponsor Mrs. Rhamy.
AS A MEMBER OF QUILL AND SCROLL
John Lindquist lights the candle to Initiate
Andy Fogle while others look on
RICK SCHAEFFER explains the mechanics
and interpretation of his favorite poem to
other members of Poetry Club.
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TO PREPARE FOR a presentation of a play,
members of Shakespeare Club dress in typ-
ical Elizabethan costumes.
through modern E
Satisfying the interests of the
literary-minded student, North Central
offered a quartet of English-oriented
clubs. Compiling a reading list, Great
Books Club members made selections
from literary masterpieces of the
world and analyzed them according to
style and period.
Limiting discussion to one writer
per meeting, members of American
Authors Club followed the trends that
have influenced American writing.
Covering the English branch of lit-
erature was Shakespeare Club. Be-
sides analyzing this giant of English
literature, members often donned
costumes to dramatize various plays.
Creating their own verse, Poetry Club
members also studied the different
moods and mechanics of classical and
LISTENING TO another member's point,
Gary Graham and Miss Fulps ponder the
symbolism of Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath.
AFTER REFERRING T0 HIS NOTECARDS,
a Great Books Club member emphasizes
the characterizations in Homer' llliad.
DECORATING THE TREE, Debbie Bill, Evy
Sachs, Sally Esmon, and Greg Redish enjoy
bringing the spirit of Christmas "a Ia fran-
caise" to North Central.
CREATING A HOLIDAY atmosphere, Pat Keller and Marlene Keith string up the German
Merry Christmas in order to begin festivities during their club period.
DRESSED IN CLASSIC TOGAS, Latin Club
members dine in ancient Roman luxury at
their annual spring banquet.
By offering a broader knowledge
and understanding of foreign coun-
tries, the language clubs supple-
mented classes in French, German,
Spanish, and Latin. Continuing tradi-
tion, the French Club cooked their
own Parisian cuisine. The club also
imported a French film. Complete
with pifiata, the Spanish Club looked
forward to its annual Christmas party.
Studying the customs, the German
Club learns more about the country.
Members of the clubs put on skits of
the country represented.
Latin Club members looked back in
time to the Roman Empire. They
highlighted the year with an authentic
feast complete with togas and slaves.
These clubs gave a student a deeper
understanding and created a closer in-
direct relationship with the native
people of many different areas.
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AS -A PART OP BLACK CULTURE CLUB, Carla Williams discusses a book on Negro
achievements with Mrs. Rodman and Mr. Richardson, who served as sponsors of the club.
Combining seminars, projects, and
group discussions, the political his-
tory and culture clubs offered a va-
riety of activities. Newly organized,
the Black Culture Club initiated a
study of Afro-art and literature. Re-
sulting as a suggestion at a Human
Relations forum, the club was first
offered during second semester.
Junior Historial Society members
probed deeper into Indiana history
through speakers and film sessions.
Topics such as the KKK in Indiana
and the Civil Liberties Union were
After completing the term paper re-
quired for membership, Military His-
tory Club members delved into the
science of battle strategy, often
playing the game "Stratego."
Practicing "Robert's Rules of
Order," Government Club members
participated in a mock legislature in
May. During the Saturday session NC
legislators brought up bills and voted
on pertinent issues.
JUNIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY President
Greg Schlegel, member Dan McCuen, and
sponsor Mr. Richardson discuss the re-
marks made by Mr. Alan Goldstein in his
talk on the Civil Liberties Union.
Clubs promote increased cultural awareness
SURVEYING POSSIBLE exchange programs
and travel opportunities are AFS members
Linda Lorenz, Susan Kirkwood, Kay Krahn,
Tilly Wilhoite, and Stephanie Kelso.
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Through informing Centralites on
the politics and cultures of other na-
tions four clubs promoted an interest
in and an understanding of the peoples
of the world. Travel Club offered
members an armchair view of the
world's sights from England to Japan,
with slides and movies of members'
Studying different societies, the
World Culture Club members exam-
ined the art, literature, and music of
foreign countries as contrasted with
those of America. The International
Relations Club studied and analyzed
current affairs and the world's prob-
lems in relation to the United States.
Interpreting the national motto,
"Walk together, talk together o ye
peoples of the earth, for then, and
only then, shall ye have peace." Amer-
ican Field Service members advanced
world understanding by sponsoring
many meetings between exchange stu-
dents and others in the schools. Cen-
tralites had an opportunity to meet
and talk with the AFS students during
the annual Coke Party.
MRS. NORTH talks on the Arab-Israeli War
to the International Relations Club.
TWO MEMBERS OF THE DEBATE TEAM, Keith Murray and Bob Meili, research the pos-
sibilities of today's controversial issues as discussion material for the team.
DISPLAYING THE DEBATE TEAM'S many
trophies won this year are senior varsity
debaters Tom Milch and Ron Waife.
Through participation in the Indi-
ana High School Forensics Association
tourney, the NFL national tourney, and
other invitationals, students interested
in public speaking earned the 25
points necessary for National Foren-
sics League membership. The North
Central chapter of this national honor-
ary society sponsored an invitational
tourney and presented an assembly
program featuring poetry, original
oratory, and drama.
"Resolved that compulsory service
be required for all citizens of the
United States" became the topic of
discussion for debate team members.
Through analyzation and research, De-
bate Club members learned different
techniques to present logical argu-
ments necessary for debates.
NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE Front Row J Stogsdill J Third Row B Shanner S. West, J. Kahn, B. Adkins, J. Jacobson,
Russell M Kraay E Fink G Chavis J Bowers S Bernstein L S Levine R Waife Fourth Row: K. Murray, R. Meili, P. Minx, T.
Dock D Traugott Second Row M Segal S Simon V Hadley Brewster R Stock R Blake, T. Milch, M. Rohn. Mr. Fruits spon-
ADMIRING THE TROPHIES won by the
North Central Forensics League for various
competition are Jim Kahn and Val Drucker.
DISCUSSING THE METHODS of raising and
maintaining the Armed Forces during De-
bate Club are Mat Rohn and Tom Milch.
LOOKING FOR A GlFl', the Duchess of Umbrage, played by Sally Curry, acquires an air
of arrogance in the Children's Christmas play, Nicollo and Nicolette. Waiting patiently,
Nicolette glances around Uncle Magnus' toy shop.
WITH A STEPPED-UP BEAT, members of
Folk Music Club present a rendition of
country music at the Folk Music assembly.
PRACTICING A FAVORITE PIECE OF MUSIC,
Nancy Blickenstaff displays her talents to
members of Mandolin Choir Club.
CAREFULLY SCULPTURING A PIECE OF
WOOD, Allan Wallace of Art 7-8 prepares
his exhibit for the all-school art show.
Under the direction of Mr. Dennis,
the Chamber Music Club learned
about the different styles of music
and musical periods. When not work-
ing on original arrangements, Folk
Music Club members performed at
events such as the Senior Bonfire, the
Key Club Convention, 'and the Family
Jamboree. The highlight of the year
was producing an assembly presented
to the student body.
While studying particular types of
music, students in the Great Music
Club enjoyed live demonstrations by
students within the school. Super-
vised by Mr. Martin, the Mandolin
Choir did their own arrangements and
performed at a number of churches,
civic functions and parties.
The Art Club was active in many
projects. Members displayed their
work at the all-school art show. Many
students entered contests and won top
honors with their creations.
LISTENING INTENTLY TO RENAISSANCE CLASSICS, Great Music club members Desi
Arnold, Debbie Bevins, and Bobbie Collins increase their interest in classical music.
PREPARING FOR THE ALL SCHOOL ART SHOW, Mary Metzger shows Henry Laurie various
colors in her artwork while Leigh MacAlIister finishes one of her sketches during art club.
Members of the Art 7-8 classes, use the activity period to work on class projects.
CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB provides Katy Sim-
mons and Katie Kahn a chance to compose
their own musical arrangements.
AT NORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, Julie
Morris spends the first two periods of the
day helping 4th grade students in reading.
Activities broaden Centralites
knowledge of future careers
Members of Future Teachers of
America devoted club periods to
studying aspects of teaching. Besides
learning how to use audiovisual teach-
ing aids, members practiced grade
book' recording techniques and other
This year the Red Cross Club col-
lected S450 in their annual drive. This
was the largest amount ever collected
by the club, and the local Red Cross
Chapter greatly appreciated it. An-
other charity project carried out this
year was a visit to the Indiana State
Students enrolled in the Pre-teach-
ing course spent the first two weeks
observing other grade school classes.
After the two week preparation period
students received assignments to
grade schools in the surrounding
area to aid the teachers as well as to
observe teaching techniques. Through
the course, students interested in edu-
cation could find out if it was the oc-
cupation in which they wanted to
Two students attended the State
Health Careers Meeting. Joyce Can-
nell, president of the North Central
Chapter, and Terri Schlossburg repre-
sented the school. Members listened
to speakers on the many health ca-
reer opportunities available.
RECALLING THE VISIT the Red Cross made to the Indiana State Girls School are mem-
bers Geraldine Dix, Christine Bade and Leslie Bell.
IN FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB, members study teaching fundamentals. During a meeting
Patti O'Heren and Tina Nehrling learn how to use a grade book properly.
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Cadet corps emphasizes training in leadership
RECEIVING THE 1968 1st year riflemen
Award, Bob Decker beams proudly.
To better prepare themselves for
the future, the members of the NDCC
Infantry Battalion put in long hours of
intensive training, focusing on leader-
ship, discipline, and mental and phys-
The Drill Team achieved skill in ac-
curacy and displayed their accom-
plishments in formations and routines
dealing with precise actions. Display-
ing unique squad formation and
maneuvers, the team participated in
drill meets at all levels, including
city, county, and state championships.
One phase of the NDCC program
was the Rifle Team, which represented
North Central well in local, sectional,
and state competitions.
The elite group which made up the
Color Guard required scholarship as
well as the desire to serve. At sports
events and other school functions the
Color' Guard had the privilege to pre-
sent the flag. The cadets also carried
the national colors in the Veteran's
Cadets and their sponsors planned
the 1968 Military Ball around the
theme, It Might As Well Be Spring.
Both civilian and military students en-
joyed this formal function which took
place in the Student Center.
DURING THE ANNUAL Veteran's Day Pa-
Baugh, Charlie Reeves. The sponsors, who attained the status of rade, North Central's NDCC marches
officer, assisted the cadets in the planning of such military func- around the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.
tions as the organizing of federal inspection of the Corps.
CRITICIZING A SAMPLE PICTURE, Miki Sheehan shows to other members of Photography
Club how important proper lighting and centering are to a picture.
CHESS CLUB MEMBER Dana Dlott stud-
' ies a sample board to review standard
chess moves before a match.
ANGLER-NIMROD MEMBERS Bob Dinnsen, Dave Patton, Dave Jenkins, Tom Bowman,
Gary Dankert and Jim Jobe take time out from trip planning to pose for a picture.
ONE -OF TH-E MQST popular activities in' the Academic Games bilities he may take to make an extra long W'FF and Proof while
Club is playing Wff and Proof. Dave Lewis considers the possi- Dave Teilinger and John Raber study the game board.
Academic clubs provide intellectual challenge
CHESS TEAM MEMBERS Don Katz, Paul Enright, Dana Dlott and John VonFange
study the chess board to decide what will be the next chess move.
Under the direction of sponsors Mr.
Morris Campbell and Mr. Thomas Cox, the
Chess Team continued its winning tradi-
tion by outplaying its opponents. Team
members met once a week during activity
period to play chess and to discuss pre-
Students interested in intellectual pur-
suits found satisfaction by joining Aca-
demic Games. Each week they brought in
new math problems and brain teasers to
challenge other members. Games such
as three dimensional tic-tac-toe and new
versions of W'ff and Proof tested mem-
bers' ability to reason quickly and effec-
The Photography Club gave camera
bugs an opportunity to exchange ideas
on picture-taking. Members discussed the
processes of loading film, picture compo-
sition, and developing. Students brought
in their own work to be criticized by other
members of the club.
Outdoor enthusiasts congregated at
meetings of the Angler-Nimrod Club. The
boys planned numerous weekend trips to
ideal hunting and fishing spots through-
out the state parks and forests.
Individual improvement offered
SIT-UPS, LEG RAISERS, and flexibility are just a few of the exercises Carol Reifers and
Pam Hale do to keep in shape in the Junior-Senior Girl's Exercise Club.
Girls not enrolled in physical edu-
cation courses kept their weight down
and figures trim by joining the Ju-
nior-Senior Girls' Exercise Club. Each
week members were chosen to demon-
strate a new exercise, showing the
correct way to execute it and for
which part of the body it was bene-
Learning the basic fundamentals of
knitting such as casting on and off
and knitting and pearling stitches
were some of the goals of the mem-
bers of the Knitting Club. Projects for
charity as well as individual projects
were some of their accomplishments
WILLING TO HELP a beginner learn the
rudiments of knitting, President Lisa Pat-
rick aids Jerry Farber in casting-on.
of the members. Students were en-
couraged to attempt difficult projects
such as hats, mittens or sweaters. If
any member had difficulty in under-
standing instructions or compiling an
unusual stitch, it was easy for the
knitter to receive help in the club. To
learn the proper care of knitted gar-
ments, the club asked a specialist to
come and discuss the topic.
International Foods Club gave stu-
dents the chance to perpare and taste
foreign foods. Members were pro-
vided with new recipes each week.
Food demonstrations were given by
students and professional cooks.
After learning the basic stitches of knitting and purling, Beverly Bibbs completes her
sweater while Jenne Bransford begins a new one.
DURING INTERNATIONAL FOODS Ann Hale, Marilyn Skinner,
Becky Roose and Linda Whitaman show members how to pre-
pare a new dish.
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Shop-oriented clubs provide mechanical skill
IN INTENSE CONCENTRATION, Electronics Club members Darren Palmer and David
Kanaur make use of the testing machine to check television tubes.
WOODWORKING CLUB member, Allen
Croft, practices carpentry skills on his pro-
ject during the club period.
METAL MAKING Club member, Dennis Jus-
tice works on his shop project.
By making practical use of their
time, members ofthe Boys' Industrial
Arts Club made projects of metal and
wood. The shop enabled boys to pur-
sue individual interests.
By working out mechanical layouts
and individual projects, Drafting Club
members gained skill in design and
architectural composition. Most stu-
dents used the period to supplement
their drafting class.
Girls' Automechanics was a club
designed to enrich girls with a better
understanding of auto parts. Partici-
pants became better operators of
cars. Exploring aspects of the auto-
motive world, the girls tuned-up car
Boys in the Electronics Club re-
searched the occupational advantages
in the field of electronics. They
checked equipment, learned how to
make minor adjustments on radios,
and assembled amplifier kits.
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Bennett and Jan Belschwender inspect the
workings of a newly repaired engine.
DRAFTING CLUB member, Charles Elliott,
finds that it takes skill to complete a suc-
cessful drafting job.
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PREPARING VISUAL aids are Bob Butler,
Rex Powers, Jarvey Brown, John Lesher.
IN THE CHEMISTRY LABORATORY, student
assistants prepare lab solutions.
LEADING GYM EXERCISES, Suzanne Miller
twists and turns doing waist bends.
TO ADVANCE THEIR knowledge, Graphic
Arts club members learn how to set up
the press to print programs.
Students donate study halls
to help in various departments
Centralites helped teachers run
various departments this year in sev-
eral different fields. Students who
volunteered to be assistants enjoyed
the freedom of honor study hall. The
preparing of labs, handling equip-
ment, grading papers, and typing
handouts gave Science Service Club
members an insight to a career in sci-
Physical education helpers aided
gym teachers by leading exercises
and demonstrating stunts to be
taught to the gym students. Helpers
are chosen because of their interest
and ability in physical skills.
Learning many processes, audio
visual technicians made visual aids to
illustrate teacher's lessons. Officers
were Randy Solecki, president: Roy
Trester, Vice-president: Dody McMil-
The Graphic Arts Club members
gained exeprience by attacking actual
projects such as tickets and pro-
grams. These members enlarged their
knowledge of printing and allied
Checking in books, library helpers
not only perform a service to the
school, but gained experience for any
field in which they wish to major.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS contribute their sennces to their school. ln reshelve books and magazines. Students in the foreground study
the browsing room Joyce Eden Holly Mohr and Judy Sullivan and research in the library.
BOOSTER BLOCK-First Row: J. Allen, J. Anderson, D
Durkin, D. Keenan, V. Tower, K. Moody, L. Glassmeyer,
G. Worley, F. Nelson. Second Row: J. Fowler, D. Allen
T. Polley, D. Evans, L. Wagner, K. Wilson, R. Maulden
D. Odell, C. Reese. Third Row: K. Craig, L. Schwindler
M. Laws, C. Umemura, T. Hutzler, C. Lisher, J. New:
land, K. Hesse, C. Hapak. Fourth Row: J. Rosen, K.
Richardson, M. Tewksbury, A. Ferguson, M. Pratt, J. Sul-
livan, K. Sleater, D. Bond, M. Wagner. Fifth Row: J.
Koschmann, K. Stevenson, S. Cooper, D. Butler, S. Tur-
ner, L. Dentel, D. Puckett, M. Wilsted, B. Wilhelm. Sixth
Row: L. Habig, B. Barnhorst, K. Broderick, M. Koerten,
K. Simpson, C. Bruenger, J. Dixon, M. Skinner, P. Bout-
well. Miss McCormack sponsors the block.
BATON CORPS-First Row: S. Getz, C. Howe, S. Neese, R. Third Row: C. Baudenistel, C. Kriegbaum, V. Swenson, J. Jordon,
Hastings K Shearer, S. Carpenter, C. Wright. Second Row: B. feature twirler J. Phillippee, L. Clifton, D. Kreisher, J. Stephenson.
Shearer S Simon S. Kaufmann, L. Turner, A. Ziegner, L. Mordoh.
Hundreds of spirited Panthers
exhibit enthusiasm and zeal
Numbering over 1400, members of
Panther Athletic helped to promote
school spirit. During activity periods
they watched demonstrations by North
Central athletic teams, recognized
athletes with awards, and listened to
speakers from professional organiza-
tions, including the Indiana Pacers.
Duke Hardy served as president,
Gary Linder, vice-presidentg Joy Leim-
bach, secretary: and Darrell Pike and
LaSalle Thompson, sergeants-at-arms.
Outfitted in red and white capes,
the Booster Block assisted the cheer-
leaders in keeping the crowds lively
at basketball games. The addition of
red and black mittens added color to
DISPLAYING HER SCHOOL SPIRIT and support for the Panthers,
Judy Stone, the North Central mascot, makes a mighty pose in the
gym before the county tourney games.
the girls' synchronized hand move-
ments. They selected Judy Stone as
president, Terry Tuck, vice-president,
Kathy Richardson, secretary: and
Brenda Hayes, treasurer.
Majorette Jamie Phillippe led the
Baton Corps during the football and
basketball games. On October 5, the
Corps sponsored a meet at North Cen-
tral and captured first place. In the
solo division, Anne Ziegner took sec-
ond place, Debbie Kriesher, fourth,
and Cindy Kriegbaum, fourth. One of
the highlights of the year for the girls
was displaying their talent in the Vet-
erans Day Parade, an annual event
which takes place on the Circle.
ENTICING THE GYM assistants with their
feminine apparel, Fred Fehsenfeld and
Steve Gallaway lead cheers.
COACH ARLAN LICKLITER makes.a jump shot to end the gym
assistant-faculty basketball game with the score 27-23 in favor
of the teachers during a Panther Athletic meeting.
MAKING GOOD USE of her activity period, Ellen Bullman practices her speed and
technique to improve her typewriting abilities in Review Typing Club.
JOE BLAKELEY SHAKES HANDS with a
guest speaker in Business Careers Club.
Students needing more time to
practice and develop business skills
were given the opportunity in clubs
which helped to prepare them for col-
lege or summer jobs.
Members of the Review Typing
Club reviewed skills in order to per-
fect their speed and accuracy. Each
student concentrated on areas in
which he needed improvement. The
club was offered to any student with
one semester of typing.
The Notehand Club provided stu-
dents a chance to learn a shorthand
system which would become helpful
in taking notes during high school
and college lecture courses. Although
the club met during the activity pe-
riod, it was conducted similar to a
class with a textbook.
Students currently enrolled in a
shorthand course were able to be-
come members of the Shorthand
Club. They reviewed old lessons as
well as practiced current ones.
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Pattern of life
Patterns are also vital in sports-
An effective pattern of play
Is the key to success in every game.
North Central athletes in 1969
Often experienced the joy of victory
But sometimes also the pain of defeat.
Sports brought excitement to many-
Both players and fans.
Long hours of practice
Perfecting varied skills,
Toning every muscle to readiness
Paid off time and again.
Athletes also experienced the thrill
Of knowing you've done your best
Against tough competition
Knowing you're part of a team-
Vital to the whole.
Knowing that you as yourself count
ln a plan that is part of a pattern-
The pattern of your life.
Varsifg football team captures
third consecutive county title
AS STEVE JACKSON ASSISTS with a block, Steve Clayton breaks through the Broad
Ripple line. Jackson made twenty-nine tackles and twenty-nine assists during the season.
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After losing all but one man from
the starting line up of the 1967
varsity squad, the Panthers went
into the year building new team
strength. Their only losses were to
Carmel and Marion, while they cap-
tured the county championship for
the third consecutive year and held
the varsity team record go to only
four losses in four years.
Total aerial yardage earned was
almost three times greater for the
Panthers than it was for their op-
position with North Central averag-
ing 17.1 yards per game to a 6.5
yard average for their opponents.
The Panthers also led in ground
yardage with a total of 1561 yards
gained to their opponent's 1459
yards. The offense averaged 20.3
yards per completed pass and
gained 1418 yards through rushing.
The defense gained 117 yards from
ten pass interceptions and re-
covered seven of their opponents
fumbles for six points.
1968 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-Front Row: A. Johnson, D.
Morgan, S. White, W. Huff. Second Row: S. Callaway, S. Clayton
J. Snyder, M. Altman, N. Kempler, G. Nefouse, R. Lash, G. Linder,
D. Hullet, C. Johnston, D. Elliot, D. Pike, D. Bried, G. Graham
Third Row: J. Harcourt, W. Johnson, M. Christie, D. Murphy, K
Holloway, D. Pepple, J. Marr, W. Parker, J. Pritchard, B. Stern, R.
Callaway, D. Mitchell, R. Stephenson. Fourth Row: R. Hutchinson
M. Miller, D. Kniptash, W. Freeze, H. Baldwin, D. Clark, D. Clay:
comb. G. Summers, D. Smith, D. McGeary, R. Fulmer, S. Jackson,
STOPPING A LAWRENCE BALL CARRIER from making a successful play are defense men
Darrell Pike, Jeff Marr, Greg Nefouse, Herb Baldwin, and Steve Jackson.
RECOVERING A FUMBLE at the Arlington game, the Panthers go on to win by a wide
margin. The team recovered many of their opponents' fumbles during the season.
four men on
North Central led the All County
team with Darrell Pike, Rick Lash,
Steve Jackson, and Dan Smith com-
prising the offensive and defensive
units. The gridders also led in Hon-
orable Mentions with thirteen mem-
Leading the Panthers in rushing
yardage, pass reception, and kick off
returns was senior halfback Rick Lash
with an average of 7.4 yards per rush
and a gain of 369 yards through
passes received. F ol lo wi n g Lash
closely in the number of pass recep-
tions were Doug Kniptash, Rick Ful-
mer, and Dave Elliot. Steve Clayton
as quarterback led in passing with
148 attempts and 70 completions
gaining 1432 yards.
The reserves, under the coaching
of Mr. Friedersdorf and Mr. Schiffli,
posted a season of 6-1-1. The team
consisting largely of sophomores, was
the largest in size and number in
North Central's history.
OUTDISTANCING HIS OPPONENT. Doug
Kniptash goes on to make a touchdown.
Kniptash was second in the number of
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glazier, D. Curry, G. Hutchinson, M. Davis, R. Irwin, J. Hutchison. P- Stedman- L- Shaw, W- MifCh9ll- M- MeS0Iey T Smith FOUFUY
Second Row: S. Ferguson, S. Fritsch, T. Reed, H. Bailey, S. Harden, ROW! E- KOCH. Nl- Milender- P- THOFNDSOH- A- CHFFOII R LeWlS
J. Hart, M. Wilson, K. Light, R. Fasola, D. Craycraft, D. Agnew, R- Pafdiek- W- SUTIDSOU- D- Lewis, R- GibS0f1- Nl Overman G Belt
W. Davis, J. Davis. Third Row: D. Gates, B. Luginbill, J. Graham, J- RUSSGH-
JUNIOR MATT MILLER BREAKS for a
touchdown run during the Warren game.
M1iller was also a key blocker for the Pan-
sure its success. Dan McGeary led the team in kicking for the extra
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Harriers win sectional crown. retain
NC .... 22 Kokomo .,.......
Broad Ripple ..... 81
NC .... 15 Ben Davis ....,.. 61
Howe ........... 63
NC .... 19 Lawrence Central . . 52
Washington ...... 69
NC .... 15 Arlington ........ 60
Warren Central .... 65
Pike Hokum Karum .......... First
Scecina Invitational .......... First
Ben Davis Invitational ........ First
Broad Ripple Invitational ..,,.. First
Shortridge Invitational ...... Second
Northwest Invitational ...... Second
County Meet .............. Second
Regional Meet ...... ,.... S econd K I
Sectignal Meet ,.A..,, First LA SALLE THOMPSON, co-captain of the cross country team, sprints around the turn
State Meet , , , ,.,.. Second during a meet. Thompson was voted the most valuable runner by his teammates.
1968 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front Row: F. Alexander fmana- Arlan Lickliter, M. Holmquist, D. Porter, L. Thompson, H. Penning-
gery, M. Lickliter, R. Battram, J. Helms, L. Franklin, M. Barnett, R. ton, W. Hotte, R. Pruitt, P. Nahmais, D. English, T. Mote, D. Gipe.
Stover, S. Cannon, S. Calderon, R. Hall, G. Schlegel, M. Holt, W. W. Brody, J. Krueger, C. Wolfe, T. Dove, D. Abel, M. Riley, and
Norlin, J. Kelly, W. Gasper, and M. Cloncs. Second Row: Coach Coach Charles Riley.
Qnd in State
One of North Central's most power-
ful cross country squads, coached by
Charles Riley and Arlan Lickliter, en-
joyed a great season winning the tro-
phies from the Pike Hokum, Scecina
Invitational, Ben Davis Invitational,
Broad Ripple Invitational, and the
State Sectional. Led by seniors and
returning lettermen, La Salle Thomp-
son, Mark Holmquist, Warren Hotte,
and Harry Pennington received
valuable help from junior letterman
Dave Porter and sophomore Rick
Stover. The Panthers varsity harriers
compiled a record of 122 wins and 4
losses, while the reserve team won
71 and lost 5.
In the State Sectional, North Cen-
tral showed its might by placing R.
Stover nineteenth, L. Thompson twen-
ty-second, H. Pennington twenty-
third, W. Hotte twenty-ninth, D. Por-
ter fifty-sixth, and G. Schlegel fifty-
La Salle Thompson broke last
year's two mile record and established
a new one at 9:46.5. Thompson was
also voted the most valuable runner
and co-captain along with Harry Pen-
nington. Marc Lickliter was voted the
most improved. Next year's varsity
will have five returning lettermen.
CHAMPIONSHIP CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front: R. Stover, B. Stoops, G. Schlegel, D.
Porter. Second Row: Coach C. Riley, L. Thompson, W. Hotte, H. Pennington, A. Lickliter.
THE NORTH CENTRAL CROSS COUNTRY TEAM begin their practice by running the course
as one group. Later on the team divides into many separate running teams.
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POISED FOR A FOUL SHOT after a viola-
tion Paul Weeks concentrates on his shot.
Netmen Hardg. Weeks named
for 1969 All-Sectional Team
NC. . . New Castle ........ .63
NC. . .66 Carmel ............ .72
NC. . .75 Lawrence Central .... .55
NC. . .84 Kokomo ........... .73
NC. . .65 Southport .......... .70
NC. . .96 Marshall ...... .... . 95
NC. . .89 Speedway .......... .77
NC. . .73 Tech .............. .74
NC. . .57 Warren Central ...... .58
NC. . .95 Manual ............ .70
NC. . .62 Ben Davis ..... .... . 67
NC.. .77 Pike ....... .... . 60
NC. . .64 Arlington ..... .... . 50
NC. . .79 Broad Ripple ...... . .64
NC. . .71 Wabash ...... .... . 70
NC. . .47 Marion ....... .... . 78
NC. . .58 Northwest ...,.... . .63
NC. . .68 Noblesville ......... .57
NC.. .90 Pike .............. .68
NC. . .68 Warren Central ...... .49
NC. . .62 Speedway .......... .70
NC. . .71 Ben Davis .... .... . 61
NC. . .63 Attucks ..... .... . 79
CLIMBING HIGH TO MAKE a shot, Junior
Paul Weeks outjumps his Wabash opponent.
Weeks totaled 314 points for the season.
Speed, hard work, and spirit char-
acterized Coach Lickliter's basketball
squad this year. Finishing a third
straight winning season, the team
took a drop in height and posted a
slate of 13-10. The cagers started
the season by dropping contests to
New Castle and Carmel, but re-
bounded to defeat Lawrence and Ko-
komo in the next two games. In a
close game with highly rated Marsh-
all, the Panthers emerged victorious
with a score standing at 96-95. Wa-
bash entered the Panther schedule
this year and proved to be a very
worthy opponent, but was beaten by
the roundballers, 71-70, in one of the
most exciting games of the season.
The highest points for the varsity
five came during tournament play,
both county and sectional. In coun-
ty play, North Central overwhelmed
Pike, 90-68, and went on to gain re-
venge against Warren Central, who
had beaten them by one point in reg-
ular play. The Panthers dropped the
last game in tourney play to Southport
by a five point margin. The team had
upset the Cardinals for the county
crown in the previous season. In sec-
tional play the cagers beat Ben Davis
in the first contest, but lost to Attucks
in the second, playing their best game
of the year against the very highly
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IN AN EFFORT TO REGAIN CONTROL of the
ball, Gary Pittenger and Paul Weeks scram-
ble with Noblesville players.
Hoopsters post 3rd straight
WING FOR A REBOUND, Dan English comes off the boards at the Warren reserve game.
English led in scoring and rebounds for the reserves, and started in every game.
PUMPING IN A SHOT, Gary Pittenger lifts high off the floor. Pittinger tied the total
point record set last year of 408 points, and averaged 17.7 points per game.
Proving to be a very strong center
was 6-5 senior Bill Vinton. His re-
bounds and basketwork, in which he
totaled 181 points for the season,
were invaluable to team success. Duke
Hardy was perhaps the most decisive
factor in team success. The 5-8
guard led in scoring and set a new
record of 187 completed assists. His
drive and determination sparked team
spirit when it reached low ebbs. He,
along with Paul Weeks was named to
the All-Sectional team. Weeks aver-
aged 12 rebounds per game, which
led to many points for the Panthers.
In addition to rebounding, he totaled
314 points for the season.
Gary Pittenger, at forward, was the
main point-getter for the five, and tied
the school record for total points in
regular play at 408 points. Rounding
out the team were Rick Lash, Kevin
Snow, Larry Crowe, Dave Highmark,
Dave Elliot, and Matt Miller.
The reserves, under the direction of
Coach Jack Walter, finished a suc-
cessful season of 11-9. Every man
was played in almost every game,
giving much experience to the squad.
NETMEN CONFER WITH COACH LICKLITER on the strategy for the next playiduring the
Manual game. The Panthers showed tremendous speed on the hardwood this year.
1969 RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM-Front Row: C. Wolfe, D. Tay- ond Row:-Coach Walter IR. Colgazer, M. Davis, B. Young, M. Over-
lor, T. Connor, H. Patterson, B. Parrish, Mgr. Marc Lickliter. Sec- man, J. Mister, Mgr. R. Fishman.
1969 GYMNASTICS TEAM-Front Row: J. Coraz P. Huber, J. Bar-
rett, J. Elam, R. Stein, I. Sigal, J. Weekly, G. Cohen, M. Wilson
Second Row: B. Rosenbaum, R. Fortier, D. Taylor, M. McBride
E. Willey, K. Corts, R. Sickora, D. Morgan, J. Spickelmier, S. Levine
STRIVING FOR PERFECTION, George Wil-
son performs a parallel bars handstand.
WITH CONCENTRATED EFFORT BROOKS MCKINNEY executes a lever at the Pike meet
McKinney also works the side horse on which he placed third at the county match
SUPPORTING HIS WEIGHT ON ONE ARM Jack Harcourt performs his routine on the
side horse. Harcourt used this routine to win the side horse event at the county meet
Gymnastics capture first annual
counfg crown af Ben Davis
SHOWING GREAT SKILL AND EFFORT Dave
Taylor executes his routine on the rings.
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NC ..... 97
NC .... 105
NC ..... 64
NC .... 107
NC .... 102
NC ..... so
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NS' ' 99?
Nc. . .ew
NC ..... 85
Nc. . .saw
Nc. . .sow
NC .... 107
Ben Davis . ..
Ben Davis .....
Madison Heights' ' '
Warren Central .
Madison Heights' .
Columbus ........ IOSM
Columbus Invitational .......
Marion County Invitational ..
Warren Central Invitational
.. . O
Capturing the county's first cham-
pionship crown, the North Central
gymnastic team had a highly success-
ful season. The team also had a 15-4
record for dual meet competition.
Coach John Emry attributed this
record to having "a well-balanced
team." The squad also relied on its
depth and starting routines. Other
high points of the season included
placing third at the Columbus Invita-
tional and getting fifth at the Warren
Central Invitational, as well as winning
the county meet, in which three in-
dividual firsts, two seconds, and four
thirds were taken.
Some of the standouts this year
were Seniors Jack Harcourt on the
side horse and free exercise, Stu Mon-
ical on the parallel bars and high bar,
and Gary Cohen on the rings, trampo-
line, and free exercise. Outstanding
juniors were Dave Morgan in tumbling
and George Wilson on the parallel
bars and high bar. With a number of
juniors returning and many promising
sophomores, the team has a fine po-
tential for next year.
FLIPPING OVER THE BAR, George Wilson shows perfect style on the high bar Wilson
earned a second in this and the parallel bar event at the Anderson Wabash meet
1969 VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM-Front Row: Charles Roesch, Kevin Worley, Rex Callaway, Jay Burger, Bob Habig, Coach Far-
Robert Collins, Steve Bonnent, Marvin Edmonds, Mike Altman, Bob rand, David Lawton, Doug Witham, John Bose, Brad Canaday. The
Lempke, Jim Alexander. Second Row: Dan Smith, Nate Kempler, varsity team hadaseason record of 12-1.
ESCAPING FROM THE REFEREES down
position, Nate Kempler "sits out" on his
opponent. Kempler was sectional champion
in the 175 lbs. weight class.
NC. . . Howe ............. . .3
NC. . .35 Warren Central ...... .13
NC. . .38 Lawrence Central .... . .7
NC. . .38 Ben Davis .......... .10
NC. . .25 Franklin Central ..... .16
NC. . .33 Decatur Central ..... . .9
NC. . .43 Southport ....... . . . .8
NC. . .48 Broad Ripple .... . . . .O
NC...37 Carmel ....... ....9
NC...53 Kokomo .... ....0
NC...33 Tech ...... ....11
NC...17 Arlington .....23
North Central Panthers varsity
Coach Farrand's 1969 varsity wres-
tling team compiled an impressive rec-
ord of 12 wins, losing only one match
to Arlington in dual meet competition.
Paced by returning senior Iettermen
Bob Habig, John Bose, and Rex Callo-
way the Panthers found Arlington and
Franklin Central to be their toughest
Taking the county crown North
Central varsity matmen gained three
county champions, J. Bose, D. With-
am, and Bob Habig. Moving into the
annual North Central 8-team tourna-
ment, Farrand's grapplers again cap-
tured first. ln the Sectional, the Pan-
thers received the crown with five
first place champions, S. Bonnent, M.
Edmonds, D. Lawton, B. Habig, and
N. Kempler. At the Regional the mat-
men again placed first by having
three champions: M. Edmonds, J.
Bose, B. Habig. Bob Habig placed
first in the 145 lbs. weight class at
the state meet. J. Bose placed sec-
ond in the 133 lbs. weight class and
M. Edmonds third in the 122 lbs.
The varsity season records revealed
Charles Roesch C95 lbs.J, 20-3-lg
Marvin Edmonds C112 lbs.J, 22-5-1,
Mike Altman C120 lbs.Q, 7-5, Jim Alex-
ander C127 lbs.J, 19-57 John Bose
C133 lbs.J, 24-33 Douglas Witham
C138 Ibs.J, 14-17 Bob Habig C145
lbs.J, 26-Og Rex Calloway C154 lbs.J,
16-79 Kevin Worley C165 lbs.J, 8-O-15
Nate Kempler C175 lbs.J, 21-43 Daniel
Smith Cheavy weighty, 8-7-1.
second in state
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APPLYING THE HALF-NELSON, Doug Witham tries to roll his opponent to get him into
the pinning combination. Witham was the county champion in the 138 lbs weight class
PINNING HIS OPPONENT from Lawrence Central, John Bose shows how to use the
"cradle". Bose was the regional champion and the in the state.
AT ONE OF THE RESERVE MATCHES, Farrand's reserve wrestling team shows how
they achieved their season record of 15-O-1. The reserves were tied only by Arlington
Matmen retain sectional regional crown
Exceeding the varsity by not losing
a single match, the North Central Pan-
thers reserve wrestling team ended
the season with an outstanding record
of 15-O-1. Led by returning Ietterman
Don Horning the Panthers reserve
team easily fought their way to an un-
beaten season. The highlite of the re-
serve season was the match against
Arlington which ended in a tie at 21-
21. The reserve team outscored their
opponents by an amazing average of
26 points. Shown by the impressive
season record ,Farrands reserve grap-
plers gained valuable experience and
knowledge of basic wrestling holds
NC. . . Howe ............. . .0
NC. . .31 Warren Central ...... . .8
NC. . .41 Lawrence Central .... .11
NC. . .37 Ben Davis ......... .13
NC...51 Broad Ripple ..
NC. . .40 Carmel ...... . . . .12
NC...46 Pike ......
NC. . .44 Brebeuf ..... . . . .10
NC. . .45 Chartrand .... ... .13
NC...26 Kokomo .....
NC. . .45 Shortridge . .. . . . .15
NC...33 Tech .........
NC. . .21 Arlington ........... 21
NC. . .32 Southport .......... .11
NC. . .36 Decatur Central ..... .15
NC. . .24 Franklin Central ..... .19
USING HIS CHIN in applying his combination hold Rex Callaway was able to beat Ben Davis. The North Central Panther's varsity
pins his Ben Davis adversary With Callaways win North Central grapplers ended the season with a record of 12-1.
AFTER WINNING HIS FINAL MATCH, Bob
Habig gives a sigh of relief as he captured
the 145 lbs. state championship crown.
ROLLING HIS ADVERSARY, Marvin Edmonds tries to get his opponent into a pinning
combination. Edmonds was the regional champion in the 122 lbs. weight class.
1969 RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM-Front Row: Aarron Benjamin, dale, Bill Marvel, Dave Chesterfield, Doug Mercer. Third Row:
Jim Dixon, John Goll, Sam Goldstein, Mark Miller, Don Horning, Brad Cannaday, John Moss, Dave Allen, Bill Parker, Aurthur Roddy,
Earnest Boards, Dave Isler, John Snider. Second Row: John Hart, Tom McSoIey, Kevin Holloway, Terry Todd, Dave Lesh, Steve Gipe,
Doug Craycraft, Ron Dison, Jerry Davis, Rick Baum, Martin Trues- Bill Johnson, Coach Farrand.
AT AN INDOOR BRIEFING session, Coach Riley selects the overall plan that the team
will follow through out the season. An undefeated record proved it a successful one.
THE 1968 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP in the 880 relay went to the North Central team of,
Front: Greg Henderson, Dave Reel, Back: Bruce Blomberg, and Rick Lash. Their time
of one minute twenty-nine seconds was one of the best in the country.
. . . .45
NC. . .61 Lawrence Central . . . .
NC. . .73 Lawrence Central
NC. . .78 Ben Davis ....... .. .
NC. . .77 Brebeuf ......... . . .
NC. . JSM, Southport ........ 40M
Martinsville ....... 18M
NC. . .72 Washington ... .. . .55
Southport .... .... 2 1
NC. . .77 Shortridge ......... .38
Richmond .......... 33
NC. . .72 Warren Central ..... .50
Northwest .......... 26
North Central Relays ...... lst
Ben Davis Relays .....
Tech Invitationals ..
Varsity displags best season:
captures fifth in state meet
The varsity along with the reserve
track teams formed undoubtedly the
best dual meet team in North Cen-
tral's history. After completing their
schedule undefeated, they went on to
take a first in the county, sectional,
and regional with a fifth placing in the
state. Earlier in the season the Pan-
thers beat the state champions by
forty points. North Central's 880 re-
lay team consisting of Bruce Blom-
berg, Dave Reel, Greg Henderson, and
Rick Lash captured the state cham-
pionship title in their event. ln the
two mile relay at the Bloomington
Classic, LaSalle Thompson, Mark
Bloom, Steve McNichols, and Mike
Pennington secured a first with a
time of 7:53.95 one of the fastest
times in the nation for a high school
School, county, sectional, and re-
gional records were set by the Pan-
thers this season. Steve McNichols
set a record for all of these in the two
mile run at 9:41.9 and LaSalle
Thompson set the school mile record
with a time of 4:28. Dave Moore took
the quarter mile in the county while
Mike Pennington set a new school
record for the half mile at 1:56 and
secured a third in the state meet.
WITH A SUPREME EFFORT sophomore Joe Poland sends the shotput flying to its mark.
Although Joe was second man in the shotput, he set an indoor record of 53'10".
1968 CHAMPIONSHIP TRACK TEAM-Front ROW! A- FENG- J- B. Perlstein, M. Miller, J. Poland, D. Moore, D. Pritchard, G. Hen-
Krueger- T- Garrify. Nl- BIOOITI, Nl- PeFII1inSf0I1- L- Th0mPS0FI- S- MC- derson, B. Blomberg, R. Lash, M. Holmquist, F. Alexander, and
Nichols. S- Callaway. B- Milender. D- Flllke, D- Reel. and Coach Coach James Buchanan. This team, under excellent coaching,
Roland lnskeep. Second Row: Coach Charles Riley, R. Callaway, proved to be the best in the Panther's history.
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1968 TRACK TEAM-Front: Mr. Inskeep, Mr. Riley, Mr. Bucha-
nan. Second Row: T. Capehart, B. Gibson D. Hanziak C. Johnson
W. Norlin, B. Milender, M. Barnett, G.'Nefouse, McNichols,
R. Lash, T. Garrity, D. Garnett, S. Wiggins. Third Row: D. Patton
M. Holmquist, L. Thompson, D. Porter, D. Fulke, D. Gipe, B. Brody,
.l. Gangstad, M. Hayden, M. Pennington, S. Perkins, G. Summers
J. Murdock, T. Rust. Fourth Row: L. Shain, B. Stephenson, D. Pike
R. Callaway, J. Krueger, D. Clark, S. Calderon, N. Kempler, M
Bloom, P. Nahmias, A. Fella, J. Clark, R. Fulmer. Fifth Row.
W. Gasper, D. Briede, S. Peterson, M. Cowser, W. Palmer, M. Mul-
, . .1
vaney, G. Pittenger, D. Moore, W. Hotte, G. Kline, J. Meister, D.
Claycomb, J. Poland, B. Pruitt. Sixth Row: M. Christie, M. Behnke,
M. Miller, S. Callaway, D. Tewksbury, B. Blomberg, D. Pritchard,
J. Fortune, D. Cockerille, G. Wilson, D. Mitchell, D. Cooper, G. An-
derson, J. Alexander. Seventh Row: F. Alexander, M. Holt, S. Mc-
Coniville, D. Reel, J. Harcourt, H. Pennington, J. Reinking, B.
Stoops, B. Perlstein, S. Abrams, C. Gravel, L. Miller, R. Martin,
R. McFarland, J. Kelly. The members of this team comprise both
the varsity and reserve track teams.
' NC. . .98 Lawrence .......... .20
NC. . .95 Ben Davis ..... ... .20
NC. .113 Brebeuf ........ . . 5
NC. . .84 Southport .,....... .37
Washington ......... 24
NC. . .73 Richmond ........ 48M
Shortridge ........ 205
NC. . .SSM Warren Central . . . .
Northwest ...,.... 18W
FINISHIING FIRST IN THE 100 yard dash at the county meet, Rick Lash leaves the field
far behind him. This is the third consecutive year the Panthers have won the meet.
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IN CLEARING 9' ON A PRACTICE jump, Bob Perlstein prepares for his upcoming event.
A new record was set this year at 12'9" by Bob and was equaled by Rex Callaway.
The reserve team showed promise
for an excellent track team next sea-
son by blasting every team they com-
peted with. They also won a Next
Year's Varsity meet Cteams consisting
of members not seniorsb, against
several local schools including, Tech,
Lawrence, Warren, Ben Davis, Howe,
Northwest, and Broad Ripple. Under-
classmen made up a large part of the
WITH HIS DISTINCTIVE WESTERN ROLL,
Tom Garrity successfully clears the bar as
Rick Lash lends encouragement.
Rallging diamondmen displag successful season
A PANTHER SLIDES HOME safe at the Northwest game and brings in the fourth and final
run. The game was a success in more than one way as Steve Overman pitched a shutout.
Scoring victory after victory, Coach
Tom Bradley's varsity baseballers
posted an excellent season of 13-8-1.
They began the year with a fantastic
string of nine wins including shut-outs
against Beech Grove and Lawrence
Central, and a no hitter pitched by
Steve Overman against Northwest.
After losing three in a row, they re-
bounded and with great determina-
tion and drive, won four out of their
last seven season games. Starting the
county tourney with a no-hitter
against Beech Grove pitched by Dave
Highmark, they were defeated by
Lawrence Central in their second
game. Hosting the State Sectional,
the diamondmen fell to Arlington in
their opening match.
Leading the team were pitchers
Steve Overman, Jim Orr, and Monty
Combs. They were not only the top
moundsmen, but led the batting aver-
ages as well. Overman went on to
become the season's Most Valuable
Player and was also presented the
coveted Sigafoos Award, a scholar-
ship bestowed to the most outstand-
ing baseballer in the county.
Matching the fantastic record of
the varsity, the reserves fought their
way to a great season of 11-5-2.
1968 RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM-Eront Row: R. Hurwitz fmana- Freeze, G. Graham, D. Miller, L. Frey, H. Moos, A. Richards, and
gerj, B. Howard, B. Thomas, D. Miller, T. Hudson, D. Light, R. J. Fairman. Third Row: G. Scudder, B. Turner, J. Busch, D. Knip-
Lanford, and D. Palmer. Second Row: Coach Glen Schmucker, B. tash, H. Baldwin, M. Sebastian, and S. Clayton.
1968 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-Front: R. Weinheimer, Qbat b0yJ. Iey. K- Unde"C0ffel', D- Toth. D- Binkln- S- Overman, J- Off B
First Row: J. Hickey, D. Highmark, B. Dawe, D. Hullett, M. Moore, Smith. B- HBCKISITIGH, and D- PBVVOH Csenivr maflagefi- OUIY flVe
D. Hardy, M. Combs, G. Gaalena. Second Row: Coach Tom Brad- VGFSWY membel'S will be returning next Year-
SENIOR STEVE OVERMAN WARMS UP at first base during an important practice. Steve,
who was chosen as the Most Valuable Player, compiled a season batting average of .342.
...11-2't Beech Grove .....
....12 Tech....... .
. .... 4 Northwest .
Broad Ripple ....
Madison Heights ..
NC ...., 7
NC ..... 8
NC .... O-4
NC ..,., 1 Beech Grove ....
NC ...., 3 Lawrence .......
NC ..... O Arlington .......
"'two scores indicate double header
1968 VARSITY GOLF TEAM-Front Row:
B. Koschman, B. Boje. Second Row: D. Daw-
son, G. Gant, J. Jobes, and M. Raphael.
CHIPPING OUT OF THE ROUGH, Denny Dawson tries to make his par. With his leading
score of 78, Dawson helped North Central to place second in the County Tourney.
NC ..... 6 Kokomo ........... 4
NC. . .6M Northwest ........ 55
NC ..... 5 Madison Heights .... 13
NC. . .328 Southport ........ 330
NC. . .328 Columbus ........ 337
NC. . .227 Southport . . . 225
NC. . .227 Speedway ........ 219
NC ..... 8 Warren Central ...... 4
NC. . .814 Ben Davis ...,.,.. 3M
NC.. .213 Brebeuf ...... . . .213
NC. . .213 Beech Grove ...... 240
NC .... 12 Broad Ripple ....... 6
NC .... 15 Pike ............... 3
NC. . .207 Lawrence Central 221
NC, . .207 Ben Davis ........ 226
NC ..... 8 Carmel .,......... 10
NC .... 10 Park ....... . .2
NC. , .207 Columbus . .. 219
NC. . .715 Arlington . . . 42
NC. . .185 Marshall . . . 237
NC. . .219 Manual . .. 244
Bloomington Invitational .. .4th
County Tournament .... 2nd
Indianapolis Sectional .. .lst
Bloomington Regional .Sth
0 1968 RESERVE GOLF TEAM-Front Row: K.
Johnson, D. Blough. Second Row: C. Huff-
Posting a winning season of 16-4-1,
the varsity golf team rallied their
way to victory under the direction of
Coach Friedersdorf. ln their first
seven games, they lost three and
edged past their opponents in the re-
maining contests. ln the last fifteen
games of the season, they rallied win-
ning fourteen matches and losing
one. Placing second in the county
tourney, the Panthers rebounded to
take the Indianapolis Crown in a
highly contested match at the River-
Leading the team to an overall vic-
tory were linksmen Bob Koschmann
and Gary Gant, with averages of 77.8
and 78.6 respectively. Besides Kosch-
mann and Gant, other letter winners
included Bruce Boje, Denny Dawson,
Jim Jobes, and Marc Raphael.
The reserves, comprising the larger
of the two teams, combined with the
varsity in most matches.
JUDGING HIS PUTT, JIM JOBES carefully
calculates distance and break to make an
all-important shot while Bob Koschmann
holds the flag in anticipation.
ennis team upholds state
sectional title at Lawrence
CONCENTRATING ON HIS BACKHAND, Clay Tudor smashes the ball to his opposing
teammate during practice. Tudor along with Campbell won the sectional doubles.
Under the coaching of Mr. John
Shirley, North Central's Sectional win-
ning tennis team continued to top
their competitors with a 14-5 season.
The '68 netmen found Southport
and Lafayette Jeff to be their
strongest opponents of the year. They
were led by senior Mike Smart and
four returning lettermen, with junior
players Clay Tudor and Tom Campell.
To win the sectional doubles Clay
Tudor and Tom Campell, North Cen-
tral's number two doubles team had
to upset the Panthers top doubles
team of Bruce Butz and Fred Fehsen-
feld in the final round. Losing in the
quarter finals to Broad Ripple, Bob
Garrett was eliminated while Dave
Alexander lost to the same man to
take the runnerup's in sectional
singles. With the combined doubles
and singles teams North Central's
Panthers won the State Sectional
Tournament held at Lawrence Central.
NC. . .5 Kokomo ......... . .2
NC. . .7 Shelbyville .... . . .1
NC...7 Chartrand ..
NC...4 Tech ........
NC...6 Beech Grove ...1
NC...7 Ben Davis ....
NC...6 Carmel .... ...1
NC. . .7 Speedway ........ . .O
NC. . .1 Lafayette Jeff .,.,. . .8
NC. . .5 Lawrence Central . . . .2
NC. . .2 Pike ............ . .5
NC. . .3 West Lafayette .... . .4
NC. . .2 Brebeuf ....... . . .5
NC...7 Carmel ...... ...2
NC. . .4 Arlington ...... . . .3
NC. . .4 Kokomo ......... .,3
NC. . .6 Warren Central .... . .1
NC. . .O Southport ......., . .5
NC. . .7 Franklin Central . . . . .0
1968 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM-Front Row: C. Tudor, T. Campbell, and M. Smart. Second
Row: D. Alexander, F. Fehsenfeld, B. Garrett, and B. Butz. Coach Shirley not pictured.
1968 RESERVE TENNIS TEAM-Front Row: A. Gillespie, D. Douglass, J. Hollander, and J.
Dorman. Second Row: J. Borton, S. Burns, D. Smith, R. Leff, and S. Kappes. Third
Row: F. Senecal, B. Nagey, T. Black, and Coach John Shirley.
REACHING HIGH, TOM CAMPBELL blisters
the ball to his opponent in trying to achieve DISPLAYING A POWERFUL FOREHAND, Bruce Butz returns the volley from mid-court.
perfection at 3 team practice. Bruce Butz and Fred Fehsenfeld were second in the sectional.
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New techniques, yells, and goals
were successfully developed by the
cheerleaders this year. The active ten
used three new yells that they learned
from their sponsor Miss Clark, a
former cheerleader at Indiana Uni-
versity. Among the new techniques
were, pom-pom yells, the "candy-o-
gram," and the mini tramp.
Sewing as officers of the Letter-
men's Club this year were: Gary Pitt-
enger, president, Duke Hardy, vice
president, Rick Lash, treasurer, and
Dan Smith, secretary.
ln many ways 1969 was a building
year for the Panthers. The dedication,
understanding, and rigorous programs
of the coaching staff have again
placed North Central in the ranks of
a strong athletic power in addition to
providing valuable preparation for
LETl'ERMEN'S CLUB-Front Row: D. Reel, M. Edmonds, D. Witham, M. Altman, F.
Fehsenfeld, B. Milender, D. Hardy, T. Garrity, D. Hornung, and G. Cohen. Second Row:
M. Holt, R. Lesh, B. Habig, K. Worley, B. Garrett, B. Horine, M. Holmquist, G. Linder,
S. Callaway, and B. Dawe. Third Row: Mr. Stroup fsponsorj, D. Porter, K. Snow, L.
Thompson, G. Graham, D. Pike, J. Harcourt, D. McGeary, M. Combs, S. Perkins, and
H. Penington. Fourth Row: S. Monical, B. Brody, B. Koschmann, G. Pittenger, B. Vinton,
M. Miller, W. Hotte, D. Smith, J. Poland, R. Callaway, and B. Butz.
1969 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Melinda Moore, Judy Allen, Bon- Warren game. The resenles often joined with the varsity five in
nie Allen, Sandy Vavul, and Lynn Waddel lead the cheering for the a new yell ending with a pyramid formation.
Increased arfioi ation boasts '69 I-M season
AFTER HIKING THE BALL, the offensive line lunges forward to block out the opposing
team's players in this flag football game.
PRACTICING HOLDING HIMSELF in the Iron
Cross position, Gerry Coraz improves his
During his second season as intra-
mural director, Mr. Hudson, has in-
creased participation and interest in
the intramural program. Last year it
is estimated that 25"X, of the student
body took part in the intramural
sports, but for the 1969 program it
was estimated that at least 301, of
the student body participated in the
after school athletics.
Mr. Hudson in coordination with
Miss Walker, director of girls' intra-
murals, offers the Centralite 13 dif-
ferent sports, many of them being
mixed. Sports range from archery and
tennis in the fall: basketball, gym-
nastics, and bowling in the winter: to
softball, track, and golf in the spring.
Last year there were 46 girls and
boys participating in bowling alone,
and this year the number increased to
56 students with 14 teams. Kevin
Klinkman, Tracy Black, Kristi Kiger,
and Steve Schmink were declared
champions after competitively bowl-
ing in the league for ten weeks.
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People. 3400 people,
All different puzzle parts
Of the pattern of the school.
People-all doing different things
Working, studying, playing,
All living differently,
Yet all for the same end-
To help themselves and to help others
The senior-outwardly self-confident
Yet afraid of the world he will
Too soon move into.
The junior-exuberant, carefree
For he has another year before
The pressures of adult life set in.
Anticipating but fearing
The world he has just entered.
The teacher-omniscient, but learning
Nlore each day from the unlearned.
All learning from each other
To form a pattern,
A pattern of their lives.
School administrators prepare for evaluation
STUDENT DISCIPLINE is handled by AS-
sistant Principal Billy Walker.
Working closely with students and
faculty, Principal Eugene Cloncs
supervised in bringing new scholastic
and athletic achievements to North
Central. The biggest job of the chief
administrator was preparing an evalu-
ation by the North Central Associa-
tion of Universities and Secondary
Schools during the fall. His adminis-
trative leadership reached out to the
community where he interpreted the
philosophy of the school and worked
with parents for a better school-com-
The duties of Assistant Principal
James Ellsberry included the schedul-
ing of classes for students, coordina-
ting the College Night program, and
assisting in the student teaching pro-
Developing a positive attitude
among the student body and main-
taining discipline were the main re-
sponsibilities of Assistant Principal
Billy Walker. Coordinating student
transportation and parking, and su-
pervising student attendance were
among his other jobs.
Assistant Principal William Bugher
directed such student activities as the
Student Council, and coordinating
events such as Homecoming, Panther
Pep Week, and Career Day. He was
also responsible for all convocations
and served as director for the summer
FINISHING HIS SECOND YEAR AT NORTH' CENTRAL, Assistant Principal James Ells-
berry's chief concern was to keep communication lines open between faculty and students.
HELPING STUDENTS PREPARE for extra-curricular activities and sponsoring Student
Council events keeps Assistant Principal William Bugher on the go.
HANDLING THE PROBLEMS of a school
with student population of 3400 is a full-
time job for Principal Eugene Cloncs.
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL ADMIN-
ISTRATORS-Seated: Dr. J. Everett Light,
superintendent of Washington Township
Schools: Standing: Dr. Dean Evans and Mr.
Milo Eiche, assistant superintendents.
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF WASHINGTON
TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS-left to right: Dr.
Roy H. Behnke: member Mr. John R. Mote,
first vice-presidentg Mrs. Ted B. Lewis, pres-
ident: Mr. William T. Ray, second vice-pres-
identp and Mr. William L. Smart, secretary.
Township officials guide NC in
Under the guidance of the Wash-
ington Township School Board, Super-
intendent Dr. J. Everett Light and As-
sistant Superintendents Dr. Dean W.
Evans and Mr. Milo Eiche examined
various ways of expanding the school
system. They also played a vital role
in the success of the North Central
Evaluation last fall.
The growth of N.C. increased the
amount of paperwork involved in effi-
cient operation of the school. The of-
fice secretaries, Mrs. Paulyne Scott,
Mrs. Gladys Lindell, Mrs. Elizabeth
Wilson, Mrs. Rosalie Nickels, and
Mrs. Betty McDermott, were responsi-
ble for all correspondence between
the administrators and the students,
parents, and faculty.
The new secretary of the guidance
office, Mrs. Betty Eib, undertook the
tremendous task of completing some
1,200 college applications.
insuring the safety of Centralites,
Chief Security Officer Bill Willock and
other county policemen helped allevi-
ate the traffic situation during the day
and for numerous school activities.
Row 1: Mrs. Paulyne Scott, Mrs. Gladys Lindell,.Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson. Row 2: Mrs
Rosalie Nickels, Mrs. Betty McDermott, Mrs. Betty Eib,
IN THE LINE OF DUTY, POLICEMAN James Ege insures the safety of students and PATROLMAN JACK MARTIN stops oncom
teachers by directing traffic during school week and after athletic events on weekends. mg traffic to let cars and buses turn into
North Central's parking lot.
VIVIDLY RELATING HISTORICAL BATTLES and their strategy, Gen. Carl Debard explains
the causes of World War ll to his U.S. History class.
Mr. Millard H. Arnold-Foreign Language: A.B.,
Butler University: M.A. Indiana University
Mr. Ray H. Atto-Social Studies: B.S. Eastern Illi-
nois University: M.S. Butler University
Mrs. Elizabeth Baggett-English: B.S., M.A. Ball
Miss Louise Benbow-English: B.S., M.S. Ball State
Mr. Henry Bergherm-Practical Arts: B.S., M.S.
Indiana State University
Miss Ruth Bertsch-English Department Chairman:
B.A. Western College: M.A. Ball State University
Mr. A. Lyle Boardman-Art: B.S., M.A. Ball State
Mr. John M. Bond-Guidance: B.S., M.S. Butler
Mrs. Roberta Borlik-English: A.B. Hanover: M.A.T.
Mr. Thomas H. Bradley-Driver Education: Health
8t Safety: Varsity Baseball Coach: BPE Purdue Uni-
Mr. Donald C. Brewster-Social Studies: A.B. Butler
Mr. Max I. Briggs-Art Department Chairman: B.S.,
M.S. Eastern Illinois University
The outside interests and achieve-
ments of North Central's 167 faculty
members were widely varied. Mr.
Robert Prettyman was selected to
serve on the Council of the National
Society for Medical Research as a
representative of the National Science
Teacher's Association. Mr. James
Jenkins served as supervisor for
North Central's successful High
School Bowl team. Mrs. Sue Ellen
Spaulding was initiated into Sigma
Tau Delta, an honorary English
teachers' society, and Miss Kathy
White was elected to Delta Pi Epsilon,
an honorary business society.
Mr. Robert Seigal coached his tri-
cycle team "Seigal's Super Cyclers"
to the 1968 Tricycle Championship.
Actively participating in her com-
munity, Mrs. Emily Gemmer is on the
Education Committee of the Broad
Ripple Methodist Church, Parliamen-
tarian of the Northview Triangle
Club, and an adult leader in 4-H.
Two faculty members, Mr. James
Duffy and Mr. James Davidson, re-
turned from Ball State and Columbia
University after doing further gradu-
ate study for a year.
Mlrls. Sara Brodt-English: B.E. University of Akron,
Mr. John Harrison Brown-Foreign Language De-
partment Chairman: B.A. Indiana University: M.A.
University of Wisconsin
Mrs. Phyllis Brown-Practical Arts, B.S. Ohio Uni-
Mr. William Buchanan-Art, B.A. Eastern Kentucky
Mr. Thomas J. Burrin IV-Social Studies: B.A. Wa-
bash College: M.A. Butler University
Mrs. Sandra Butterworth-English: B.A., M.A. ln-
Mr. Robert L. Calkins-Mathematics: B.S., M.S. Pur-
Mr. Morris A. Campbell-Social Studies: A.B. Wa-
bash College: M.A. DePauw University
Mrs. Bernice Carnell-Director of Reading Lab-
oratories: B.S. Central Michigan University, M.S.
Mr. Jerry Carter-Practical Arts: B.S., M.S. Indiana
Miss Connie Clark-Physical Education: B.S. ln-
Mrs. Dorothy Claypool-English: A.B. DePauw Uni-
Miss Connie Climer-English: A.B. Indiana Univer-
Mrs. Meriam Cohen-Business Education: B.S. ln-
diana University: M.A. Butler University
Mr. Jerry Bill Corbin-Practical Arts: B.A. Ball State
Mr. Rod Cord-Journalism, English, Yearbook Ad-
visor: B.S., M.S. Ball State University
Mr. Russell Coverdale-Science: B.S., M.S. Purdue
Mr. Thomas R. Cox-English: B.S. Oakland City
College: M.S. Indiana State University
Mr. Robert Critzer-Music: A.B. UCLA: M.M. Butler
Mr. William Cruzan-Business Education Depart-
ment Chairman: B.S. Ball State University: M.A.
Mrs. Betty H. Culp-Mathematics: A.B. Ohio Uni-
versity: M.A. Ohio State University
Mr. James E. Davidson-Mathematics: B.S., M.S.
Indiana University: A.M.T. Columbia University Pro-
Mr. Carl O. Debard-Social Studies: A.B. Wabash
Mr. George Degler-Science: B.S., M.S. Purdue
Mr. Richard Dennis-Music: B.S. Ithaca College:
M.M. Butler University
Mr. David A. Dick-Science: B.S., M.A. Ball State
Mr. Oliver O. Dixon-Mathematics: A.B., M.S. ln-
Mr. Thomas T. Doney-Social Studies: B.S. Indiana
Mr. Robert Faris-Social Studies: B.S., M.S. Purdue
Mr. Keith Farrand-Physical Education Department
Chairman: M.S. Purdue University
Mrs. Carol Findley-Guidance: B.S., M.A. Indiana
Mr. Joseph E. Fischer-Mathematics: A.A. Vincennes
University: B.A. Indiana State University: M.S. ln-
diana State University
Mr. James Fisher-Practical Arts: B.S. Ball State
University: M.S. Indiana State University
Mr. Thomas T. Fisher-English: B.S., M.S. Indiana
Mr. Charles F. Fleming-Social Studies: B.S., M.S.,
M.A. Indiana University
Miss Jeannine Freudenberger-English: A.B. As-
bury College: M.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
College: M.A. Ball State University
Miss Donna J. Fulps-English: A.B., M.A.T. Indiana
Mr. Gordon Gish-Mathematics: A.B., M.S. Indiana
Facultg avidlg supports sports. music. drama
Mrs. Nancy S. Grove-Guidance: B.S., M.A. Ball
Mr. Jan A. Guffin-English: B.S., M.A.T. Indiana
Mr. Norman Harner-Guidance: B.A. Indiana Cen-
tral College: M.A. Indiana University
Mr. H. Brown Harrison-Mathematics: B.S., M.S.
Indiana State University
Miss Linda V. Hash-Guidance: B.S., M.S. Indiana
Mr. Gale M. Helft-English: A.B. Indiana University
Mr. D. C. Henderson-English, Drama, Speech: A.B.,
M.A. Eastern Kentucky University
Mrs. Alice Hillis-Foreign Language: A.B., M.S. In-
Mrs. Jennie Howe-Mathematics: A.B., B.S. Butler
University: M.A. Indiana University
Mr. Terrell G. Hudson-Social Studies: B.S. Han-
over: M.S. Butler University
Mr. Roland lnskeep-Science: B.S., M.S. Indiana
Mr. James A. Jenkins-English: B.S. University of
Tennessee: M.E.D. Xavier University
Mr. Donald Johnson-Social Studies: B.S. Central:
M.A. Ball State University
Miss Margaret Ann Karnes-English: B.A. Purdue:
M.S. Butler University
Mrs. Grace Kass-English: B.A. Bennington College:
M.A. Columbia University
Mr. Don M. Kercheval-Social Studies: A.B. Indiana
University: M.S. Butler University
Mr. James E. Keyt-Art: B.S. Ball State University
Mr. Bryan D. Kimble-Social Studies: B.S. Penn-
sylvania State University
Mrs. Cleo M. Kinnison-Foreign Language: M.A. Uni-
versity of Michigan
Mrs. Ruth S. Kivett-English: A.B., B.S. Indiana Uni-
versity: M.A. Columbia University
Miss Carolyn Kleifgen-Home Economics: B.S. Purdue
University: M.S. Indiana University
Mrs. Lucille Z. Knight-English: A.B. Indiana Univer-
sity: M.S. University of Pittsburg
Mrs. Paula Dee Knoebel-English: A.B. Indiana Uni-
versity: M.S. Butler University
Miss Margery C. Laycock-Guidance: B.S., M.A.T.
Mr. Arlan Lickliter-Science: B.S. Hanover: M.S. But-
ler University: N.S.F. University of Colorado
Mr. Earl F. Lindberg-Science: B.S. Ball State Uni-
versity: M.S. Indiana University
Mr. William H. Lord-English, Technical Theater,
Speech: B.A., M.A. Evansville University, Northwestern
Mrs. Lucille Yvonne Lowrey-English: B.S. Indiana
University: M.A. Ball State University
Mr. James M. Lyerly-Mathematics: M.S. Indiana
Mr. Donald McCIung-Practical Arts: A.B. Indiana
Mrs. Marcie A. McCormick-Physical Education: B.A.
Mr. J. Stephen Mclntyre-Mathematics: A.B. Franklin
College: M.S., Ed. University of Toledo
Mr. Hugh McMinn-Director of Instructional Material
Center: B.S., M.S. Purdue University
Mr. James V. Macri-Science: B.S., M.S. Ball State
Mrs. Marilyn Madigan-Mathematics: B.S. Purdue:
M.A. Ball State University
Mr. Phillip M. Mann-Practical Arts Department Chair-
man: B.S. Stout State University: M.A. Ball State Uni-
Mr. Don E. Martin-Music Department Chairman:
B.M. Butler University: M.M. Columbia University
Mr. Richard Brooks Meek-Social Studies: B.A. In-
diana University: M.S. Butler University
Miss Kathryn A. Merkel-Foreign Language: A.B. ln-
diana Central: M.A. Indiana University
Mrs. Jean Merritt-English: A.A. Williamwood College:
B.S. Indiana University: M.S. Butler University
DURING A DISCUSSION of the basic func-
tions of the human heart, Mr. Earl Lind-
berg contemplates a question asked.
Mr. Keith E. Mohr-Physics: B.S. Manchester: M.S.
Mr. James Monroe-Science: B.S. Purdue Univer-
sity: M.S. Butler University
Mr. Martin J. Moore-Social Studies: B.A. DePauw:
M.S. Butler University
Mr. Richard P. Moore-Guidance: M.S. Ball State
Mrs. Alice Morgan-Library: B.S. Indiana University
Mr. Samuel Morris-Business Education: B.S., M.S.
State University of New York
Mr. Donald L. Myers-English: B.S., M.A. Ball State
Mrs. Virginia Nead-Home Economics: B.S. Purdue
Miss Martha Nees-English: B.S. Purdue: M.A. Uni-
versity of Colorado
Mr. Kenneth D. Patton-Social Studies: A.B. Mus-
kingum: M.S. Butler University
Mrs. Barbara Ann Pence-English: A.B. Earlham
Mr. William J. Phares-Science: B.S., M.A. Ball
Miss Roleen Pickard-Business Education: M.S. ln-
diana State University
Miss Anne Pihlak-Foreign Language: B.A. Butler
Mr. Robert L. Prettyman-Science Department
Chairman: A.B., M.A. Butler University
Mrs. Dolores Pugh-Special Education: B.S. Indiana
State University: M.S. Butler University
Miss Mary Ann Sabol-Foreign Language: B.A. Pur-
Mrs. Evelyn I. Rhamy-English, Newspaper Advisor:
B.A., M.A. Indiana University
Mr. Samuel D. Rhinesmith-Music, Director of
Bands: B.S. West Chester State College, Pennsyl-
vania: M.M. Butler University '
Mr. Wilbur F. Richards-Guidance: B.S. Central
Normal College: M.S. Indiana University
Mr. Charles R. Richardson-Social Studies: A.B.,
M.A. Morehead State University A
Mr. Robert E. Richardson-Business Education:
Work Experience: B.S.E. Eastern Illinois: M.A. Ball
Mr. Charles E. Riley-Health Education: B.S. Indiana
University: M.S. Butler University
Mrs. Nelda S. Rimstidt-English, Speech: B.A. ln-
diana State University: M.A. Butler University
Mrs. Kaaren Rodman-Foreign Language: B.A. Ball
State University: M.A. University of Illinois
Mr. Marvin O. Ross-Mathematics: B.S., M.S. In-
diana State University
Mrs. Jean Roy-Home Economics: B.S., M.S. ln-
diana State University
Mr. Charles E. Russell-Science: A.B. Butler: M.A.
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Salmon-English: B.A. Earl-
ham: M.S. Purdue
Mr. Mark Schaaf-Foreign Language: B.S., M.S.
Mr. Jack Schiffli-Mathematics: A.B. University of
Kentucky: M.S. Indiana University
Mr. Glenn Schmucker-Science: B.S. Manchester:
M.A.T. Indiana University
Mr. Robert K. Seigel-English: B.S. Purdue: M.A.
Mr. Tom G. Seward-Art: B.A. Franklin College:
M.A. Herron School of Art
Mr. George E. Sharp-Mathematics: B.S. Oakland
City College: M.S. Indiana University: M.A. University
Mr. John Shirley-English: B.S. Butler University:
M.B.A., M.S. University of Southern California
Mrs. Sue Ellen Spaulding-English: B.A. Anderson
Mrs. Mary J. Spoon-Mathematics: A.B., M.A.T. ln-
Miss Edra P. Staffieri-Foreign Language: B.A. Penn
State University: M.A. Middlebury College
Mr. Arnold F. Stahl-Guidance: B.S. Western Illinois
University: M.E.D. University of Illinois
Miss Mary Allen-Guidance
Mrs. Colleen Babcock-Business
Mrs. Judith Bailey-Foreign Language
Mrs. Pauline Brothers-Music
Mr. Jim Duffy-English
Mrs. Emily Gemmer-Practical Arts
Mr. Donald Goacher-Foreign Language
Mrs. Joy Steinmetz-English: B.A. Butler University
Mrs. Betty J. Stokesberry-Foreign Language: A.B.
Butler: M.A. Texas Christian
Mr. Keith Stroup-Athletic Director: B.S. Indiana
State University: M.S. Ball State University
Mr. H. Norman Taylor-Social Studies Department
Chairman: A.B., M.A. State University of Iowa
Mr. Thomas E. Taylor-English: B.S., M.S. Butler
Mrs. Patricia Theobald-Foreign Language: B.A.
Carleton, M.A. Indiana University
Mrs. Beatrice Thomas-Music: B.S., M.A. Ball State
Mr. John W. Tully-Foreign Language: A.B. Univer-
sity of Kentucky: M.S. Indiana University
Mr. Jack D. Walter-Business Education: B.S. In-
diana State University
Mr. Robert Lee Watson-Science: B.S. Ball State
University: M.S. Butler University
Miss Pamala Walker-Physical Education: B.S. Mur-
Mr. Byron E. Weaver-Health Education: B.S. Pur-
due: M.S. Indiana University: M.A. Butler University
Mr. Allan R. Weinheimer-Mathematics Department
Chairman: B.S., M.S. Purdue University
Mr. John Wendling-Foreign Language: B.S., M.S.
Mrs. Katherine C. Wert-Library: A.B. Indiana Uni-
versity: M.S. Butler University
Miss Kathy A. Whit:-P-Business Education: B.S.
Ball State University: M.S. Indiana University
Captain Charles R. Wilhelm-National Defense Cadet
Corps: B.S. Manchester College: M.A.T. Indiana Uni-
Mrs. Helen E. Wingfield-English: A.B., M.S. Indiana
Mrs. Edith L. Wisner-Mathematics: A.B. DePauw
University: M.S. Butler University
Mr. G. L. Woodruff-Practical Arts: B.S. Indiana
State University: M.S. Butler University
Mr. Steve Woolard-Social Studies: B.S. Ball State
University: A.M. Indiana University
Mr. Joseph Harding-Practical Arts
Mr. David Martyn-Foreign Language
Mrs. Joyce McCaskilI-Business
Mrs. Mary Jo Pride-English
Miss Mary Rudolf-Foreign Language
Mr. Lester Smith-Art
Mrs. Carolyn Walking-English
Mr. Kenneth Warren-Guidance Director
With the installation of IBM equip-
ment, the duties of Mrs. Linnea Swi-
gart and Mrs. Gladys Buddenbaum
were less complicated. The attend-
ance office secretaries were responsi-
ble for keeping a complete record of
all daily absences.
The bookstore provided a wide se-
lection of supplies, fitting the individ-
ual needs of each student. Bookstore
manager Mrs. Marguerite Farkas was
responsible for all textbooks and sup-
plies. School treasurer Mrs. Geneva
Kennedy, in addition to helping Mrs.
Farkas, was responsible for all the
money matters at North Central. Stu-
dent volunteers assisted these women
during their study halls.
Nurse Dorothy Bowen was suc-
ceeded by Mrs. V. Hartmann, a form-
er nurse from Pike. Mrs. Hartman
has been in public health since 1963.
Providing medical assistance to stu-
dents was her main duty.
WITH THE INTRODUCTION of a new attendance-taking method using a computer, at-
tendance office secretaries Mrs. Buddenbaum and Mrs. Swigart found their work easier
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HANDLING ALL MONEY TRANSACTIONS of the school as well as running the bookstore ADMINISTERING A THERMOMETER to Ron
are the main duties of Mrs. Marguerite Farkas and Mrs. Geneva Kennedy. Patterson is Nurse Hartmann.
Personnel help provide pleasant atmosphere
USING NEWLY-ACQUIRED library equpiment, Mrs. Virginia Ball, Mrs. Pam Gilbert, Mrs.
Jane Graves, and Mrs. Katherine Vance stand ready to aid students.
TECHNICIAN PATRICIA TOMLINSON distributed A-V equipment to teachers. Her secretary,
Mrs. Buddenbaum, was replaced at mid-year by Mrs. Grossman.
What went on behind the scenes at
North Central was a combination of
hard work and experience. The pro-
ficient custodial staff insured Cen-
tralites of a spotless building and a
pleasant atmosphere in which to work.
As North Central grows so does the
job of the cafeteria staff. Under the
direction of Mrs. Shields, the staff
served approximately 3600 meals
daily. Sewing doughnuts provided by
Key Club before school and preparing
and serving food for school banquets
were a few of their duties.
The audio-visual office, operated by
Mrs. Tomlinson and Mrs. Budden-
baum supplies films and equipment
for the school. These women also
help students 'and teachers in the
preparation of visual aids for the
An electronical device and library
cards with the student's name and in-
dividual number increased the effi-
ciency of checkout procedures in the
library. The Xerox copying machine
allowed students to reproduce pages
of library material at a low cost. The
responsibilities of the librarians in-
creased with the addition of almost
900 new books. The approximate
number of volumes now totals
20,000 currently in the library.
HELPING T0 KEEP THE SCHOOL CLEAN,
Matron Timmie Timmons washes windows.
SUPERVISING THE MAINTENANCE of the
school and its grounds is the responsibility
of chief custodian Jim Kendall.
CAFETERIA MANAGER Ruth Shields and
Mrs. Kathryn Sickbert prepare fried chicken
for 3400 hungry students.
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for last dance
Lazy days of swimming, sore feet
from sightseeing, and money in the
bank from summer jobs all became
memories as seniors returned to
North Central for their last year.
ln late September, seniors selected
navy and grey as their class colors.
Early October afternoons were spent
constructing the senior class float,
"Ko-Ko Kats, Breakfast of Panthers"
The last football game of the sea-
son gave seniors a chance to don their
class colors, sit in a "seniors only"
section of the stadium on the fifty-
yard line, and attend the senior bon-
fire complete with hot chocolate,
doughnuts, and folk music.
As the clock struck midnight, the
class of '69 ushered in the new year
with plans for graduation. Seniors
ordered their graduation announce-
ments and selected caps and gowns
in February. Plans were also made
for the Senior Talent Show, the Grad
Dance, "Bourbon Street Blues", and
the Senior Breakfast, "Mardi Gras"
sponsored by the Triangle Club. A
last Class of '69 fling was the senior
party held in the gym May 2.
TEEN GUIDE COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE Mark Harshman was responsible for the dis
tribution of the council's "50,000 Voices" and publicity for Mayor Lugar's crime campaign
SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL-Front Row: Barbara Eden, Patti Clay,
Patti Shute, Mike Elliott, Katie Kreusser, Frank Senecal, Duke
Hardy, Cathy-Zaring, Joy Leimbach, and Barb Brodey. Second
Row: Stephanie Kelso, Nancy 0'Kane, Mindy Mealy, Faith Martin,
Susie Riley, Julie Blakey, Pat Stone, Pam St. John, Janet Rhodes,
Mordoh, Kathy Walls, Greg Anderson, Rolf Niiranen, Bill Johnson,
Greg Schlegel, Mike Madawick, and Mark Holmquist. Fourth Row:
Kjell Gjaerevoll, Bob Byrd, Dave Baldwin, Al Dinwiddie, Dick Wil-
liams, Bob Perlstein, Jim Crocker, La Salle Thompson, Craig Hop-
kins, and their sponsor Mr. David Dick.
and Jane Hawhee. Third Row: Kathy Franz, Sally Esmon, Linda
Senior spirit explodes at Northwest contest
"1-9-6-9, WE'RE THE CLASS OF '69!" Se-
niors prepare forthe final game of the sea-
son as last minute arrivals scramble for
seats before the start of the pre-game
STEPHEN H. ABRAMS-Track 2-4: Football 3-4: Bas-
ketball 2: Panther Athletic 3: Chess 2.
"'JANlS SUE ADAMS-Girls' Exercise 3: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Guidance Office Assistant 2: Travel 3: Stu-
dent Council Alternate 2: Tricycle Race 3.
i'SALLY MARGARET ADAMS-Folk Music 3: German
3: Poetry 3-4: A-V Assistant 3: Art 3: Intramurals 3-4.
EDWARD PAGE ADRIANCE-Wrestling 4.
P. ELAINE AGNER-Girls' Automechanics 3.
WILLIAM SCO'I'l' AKIN-Intramural Bowling 2-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 2-4: Electronics 2.
PAMELA SUE ALBOHER-Student Council 2: Panther
Athletic 2-3: Northern Lights Representative 4: Gym
DAVID L. ALDRIDGE-National Honor Society 3-4:
Mu Alpha Theta 3-4: Slide Rule 3: Electronics 2.
DANE CHARLES ALEXANDER-Varsity Tennis.
QFFREDRICK BUTLER ALEXANDER-National Honor
Society 3-4: Quill and Scroll 3-4: Northern Lights As-
sistant Editor 4, Sports Editor 3: l.U. Honors Pro-
gram in German 3: Cross Country Manager 3-4: Track
TERRI LYNN ALEXANDER-Booster Block 3-4: F'l'A
WMARJORY ALIG-Student Council 2-3, Alternate 4:
Panther Athletic 2-4: Spanish 2-3: Junior Spectacular
3: Intramurals 2: Attendance Office Assistant 4.
'I'DAWN TERESHA ALLEN-International Foods 2:
Knitting 3: Panther Athletic 3: Scholastic Award 2-4:
FTA 4: Girls' Exercise 4.
JANET LYNN ALLEN-Booster Block 2-4: French 2-4:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Guidance Office Assistant 3-4.
Class of i969
MARY C. ALLEN-Panther Athletic 3-4: Gym Assis-
tant 3-4: Library 3: German 2.
SUSAN D. ALLEN-Concert Choir 2: Gym Assistant
3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Drama 2: Booster Block 2.
WILLIAM PAUL ALSOP-Graphic Arts 2-3: Vice-Presi-
dent 4: Intramural Basketball 2-3.
"'DEBORAH JOAN ALTMAN-Panther Athletic 3: ln-
tramural Volleyball 2-3: Junior Spectacular 3: Girls'
Glee Club 2: French 4: Review Typing 2.
SHARON LEE AMBROZ-Sophomore Class Council:
French 3: Panther Athletic 2-3.
ROBERT N. AMEND-Panther Athletic: Intramurals:
LOWELL EDWARD AMOS-Biology 3: Gym Assistant
3: Chess 2-3.
'i'C. JAN ANDERSON-Student Council Alternate 2:
Newspaper 3: Travel 4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Art 4:
DIANA KAY ANDERSON-Clothing 3: Home Ec. As-
GREGORY MILES ANDERSON-Music Men 2-3: Folk
Music 3, Vice-President 4: Counterpoints 4.
"'JUDlTH KAYE ANDERSON-National Honor Society
3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Travel 2: Spanish 3: Des-
cants 4: Trike Race 3-4.
RANDY JILL ANDERSON-Booster Block 2-4: Panther
Athletic 2-4: Intramurals 2-4.
STEVE PHILLIP ARNEY-Panther Athletic 2-4: Intra-
murals 2-4: Tennis 2.
DEBORAH LYNNE ARSHOP-Girls' Auto mechanics 3:
Student Council Alternate 2: Girls' Industrial Arts 2:
Art Crafts 2.
"JEANNIE G. ASHBY-Panther Athletic 2-4: Art 3:
International Relations 3-4: Travel 2: Government 4:
Science Service 4.
SALLY JO ASTLEY-Transcription 3-4: Panther Ath-
Ietic 4: Girls' Industrial Arts 2: Red Cross 2: Typing 2.
RHONA ATLAS-Transfer from Arlington High School.
SUZANNE LAVINIA AVELS-Library Vice-President 2,
Presidsnt 3: Girls' Automechanics 3: Junior Specta-
cu ar .
THOMAS ROBERT BAAS-Intramurals 2-4: Library As-
sistant 2-3: World Culture 2-4.
'f'ROBERT O. BACH-National Honor Society 3-4:
Drafting 2-3: Scholastic Citation 2-4: A Capella 2:
French 2-3: Panther Athletic 3.
'XCHRISTINA ALICE BADE-Red Cross 2.4: Junior
Historical Society 2-3: Travel 2-3: Clothing 3: Review
Typing 4: International Foods 4.
BARBARA ANN BAILEY-Booster Block 2-3: Travel
3: Lab Assistant 4.
gRAIG ALAN BAIRD-Aquarium 2: Travel 3: German
'DEBRA LYNN BAKER-Panther Athletic 2-4: Span-
EIIJAZE Booster Block 2: Concert Choir 3: Madrigals 4:
MEAN E L LE N BALDRIDGE-Panther Athletic 3:
Aquarium 3: Red Cross 2: Girls' Industrial Arts 2:
Review Typing 3: French 2.
DAVID LEE BALDWIN-Panther Athletic 2-4: Advanced
Chess 3: Computer 2.
NAMES DAVID BALDWIN-National Honor Society
3-4: Mu Alpha Theta 3-4: Key Club 4: Junior Spec-
tacular 3: Class Council 3-4: Intramurals 2-4.
'HERBERT E. BALDWIN Ill-Football 2-4: Baseball
2-4: Basketball 2: Panther Athletic 2-4: World Cul-
ture 2-4: German 3-4.
KATHERINE ANN BALL-Transfer from Fort Wayne,
Ind.: Orchestra 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: Art 3-4:
Music 3-4: Fl'A 3-4.
VIRGINIA SUE BARGAHISER-Panther Athletic 3-4:
Red Cross 2: Art 2.
QSTEVEN EDWARD BARNES--National Honor Society
3-4: Student Council 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Junior
Spectacular 3: Mu Alpha Theta 3-4: Intramural Bas-
'i'MARY F. BARRETT-Student Council Alternate 3:
National Honor Society 3-4: National Merit Letter of
Commendation 4: Descant 4: Panther Athletic 2-4:
A Cappella 2-3.
GEORGE MICHAEL BASCH-Panther Athletics 3.
JOSEPH WAYNE BATZA-NDCC Battalion: NDCC Drill
CORAL FAITH BAUDENISTEL--Library 3-4: Baton
Corpsi 4: Girls Industrial Arts 2-4: Knitting 3-4: Foren-
JANE ELIZABETH BAUER-Orchestra 2-3: Panther
Athletic 2-3: Gym Assistant 3: Class Council Alternate
3-4: Intramurals 2-3.
'DEBORAH LOUISE BECK-Stage Crew 2-4: Panther
Athletic 2-4: Madrigals 2-3: Girls Ensemble 4: Junior
Spectacular 3: Fall Musical 4.
RON L. BECKER-Panther Athletic: Academic Games:
JOHN BEESON-Advanced Chess 2-3: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: Chamber Music 3: Folk Music 4.
'CHERRYL RUTH BEHRMANN-Class Council 2-3: Ju-
nior Spectacular 3: German Secretary 3: Prom Deco-
rations Co-chairman 3: Panther Athletic 2-4.
EBNIQIS WARD BELL-Electronics 2: Intramural Foot-
MARY CHRISTINE BELL-Lab Assistant 4: Panther
Athletic 3: FNA 3: Transfer from Chartard High School
JANET BELSCHWENDER-Panther Athletic 2-3: Travel
2-4: Typing 3: Shorthand 2.
'FDIANA LYNN BENNETI'-Student Council 3: Junior
Spectacular 3: Repertory Company 4: French 2-3:
Drama 3: Panther Athletic 3.
KATHLEEN ANN BENNETT-Knitting: Booster Block:
Typing: Panther Athletic,
'I'RlCHARD LEE BERGSTEDT-Spanish 2: FBLA 3:
Panther Athletic 3: Art Travel 4.
TRACI M. BERLING-Folk Music 3-4: Intramurals 2-4:
Journalism 2: International Foods 4.
"'MA'l'l'HEW DAVID BERNEY-High School Bowl 4:
National Honor Society 3-4: Concerto Night Soloist
3-4: Bell Choir 3-4: National Merit Letter of Commen-
dation 4: Chamber Music 3-4.
"SUSAN CHRISTIN BERNS-French 2-3: Travel 2-3:
Panther Athletic 2: World Culture 4: Junior Spectacu-
lar 2: Attendance Office Assistant 2-4.
RANDALL S. BERNSTEIN-Lab Assistant 2-4: Student
Council Alternate 2: Latin 2: A-V 3: Junior Spectacular
DENISE LYNN BEUTLER-Lab Assistant 3-4: Travel 3:
Review Typing 3: Student Council Alternate 3.
'DEBRA LYNN BEVINS-Drama 2-4: Thespians 2-4:
Stage Crew 3-4: Madrigals 2-3: Girls Ensemble 4:
Music Office Assistant 3-4.
THOMAS ALLAN BINNINGER-Panther Athletic 3:
DEBRA ANN BLACK-Panther Athletic 2-4: French
2: Style Show Model 3: Booster Block 2: English Of-
fice Assistant 4. -
TRACY STUART BLACK-Tennis 2-4: Angler-Nimrod
3: Junior Spectacular 3: Advanced Chess 2: Panther
Class of 1969
:I'JULlA E. BLACKBURN-National Honor Society 3-4:
"500" Festival of Arts Award 3: Scholastic Art Award
3: Art 2-4: Junior Spectacular 3: International Foods 3.
EIZUCE BLAIR-Lab Assistant 3-4: Panther Athletic
JOSEPH DAVID BLAKLEY-Panther Athletic 2-3: FBLA
3: Student Council 4: Intramurals 2-3: Spanish 3.
JULIA ANNE BLAKLEY-National Honor Society 3-4:
Panther Athletic 2-3: Booster Block 2: Senior Class
Council: Spanish 3.
COLLEEN RUTH BLEKKING-Girls' Glee Club 2:
Booster Block 2: Panther Athletic 3-4: Spanish 3: Art
'NANCY RUTH BLICKENSTAFF-Spanish 3: Panther
Athletic 3: Park Seminar 4: Debate 2: Marshall at
Commencement 3: National Honor Society 3-4.
'MICHAEL WILLIAM BLOCH-Advanced Chess 2-3:
Biology 2: Key Club 3-4: Travel 3: FBLA 3: Student
Council Alternate 3.
SUSAN LOUISE BLUMHARDT-FNA 3: Panther Ath-
Ietic 3-4: Stage Crew 4: Junior Spectacular Usher 3:
Spanish 4: Transfer from Fort Wayne, Indiana 3.
WILLIAM SCOTT BLYTHE-Chess Team 2-3: Electron-
ics 2-3: Chief Operator 4.
C. WILLIAM BOCKSTAHLER-Chess Team 2-3: Chess
3: Intramurals 3: Electronics 2.
BRUCE BOJE-Student Council 3: Golf Team: Pan-
ther Athletic 3: Key Club 3-4.
MARY BOLAT-Art 4: Panther Athletic 3.
Applications keep college-bound seniors busg
'POLLY BOLEMAN-Class Council 2-3, Alternate 4:
Panther Athletic 2-4: Travel 2: Yearbook Staff 3-4:
World Culture 4: Junior Historical Society 4.
"'CHERYL DEE BOLING-Sophomore Class Council
Alternate: Panther Athletic 2-4: Attendance Office As-
sistant 3-4: Spanish 3: Travel 2: Junior Spectacular 3.
DEBORAH ANNE BOLINGER-Panther Athletic 3-4:
Knitting 3: Booster Block 2.
'DEBORAH ANN BORING-Yearbook Staff 3-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 2-4: Scholastic Award 2-4: Student Coun-
cil Alternate 4: French 3: Junior Spectacular 3.
CATHY BORINSTEIN-Travel 2-3: Panther Athletics:
Attendance Office Assistant 2-4: Guidance Office As-
JOHN MILES BORTON-Tennis 2-3: Panther Ath-
letic 3: German 3: Biology 3: Slide Rule 2.
JOHN C. BOSE-Key Club 3-4: Varsity Wrestling 3:
Panther Athletic 2-3.
'SUSAN ANN BOSLOUGH-NFL 3: Scholastic Award:
Typing Award 3: Panther Athletic 3: Spanish 3: World
ROGER WARD BOSWELL-Photography 3: Panther
Athletic 2-4: Intramurals 2-3: Junior Spectacular 3:
Hydronauts 4: Folk Music 4.
DENNY BOTTAMILLER-Typing 2: Panther Athletic
3: Angler-Nimrod 3: Woodworking 4: Geology 2.
RICHARD LEIGHTON BOWERS-Advanced Chess 3:
A-V Assistant 4.
JOYCE KAY BOWMAN-Drama 2: Knitting 3: Panther
Athletic 3: Home Ec. Style Show Chairman.
THOMAS A. BOWMAN-Panther Athletic 3-4: Angler
Nimrod 4: Intramurals 4.
TRUDI LOUISE BOYD-Transfer Student from Atlanta.
JACK JOHN BRAITMAN-Panther Athletic: Art: Angler
'JAMES F. BRANDT-Key Club: Fall Musical: Junior
Spectacular 2-3: Student Council Alternate: Music
Men: A Capella.
JAMES FRANK BROADDUS-Panther Athletic 3.
'FBARBARA JO BRODEY-Reserve Cheerleader 2, Var-
sity 3-4: Student Council 2-3: Panther Athletic 2-4:
Booster Block 2-4: Athletic Department Assistant 2-4.
WILLIAM J. BRODY-Track 2-4: Cross Country 2-4:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Lettermen's Club 4.
LINDA LEE BROEKING-National Honor Society 3-4:
Panther Athletic 2-4: Typing 3.
JANET IRENE BROOKS-Panther Athletic: Review
RICHARD F. BROOKS-Varsity Football 2-4: Wrestling
3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Angler Nimrod 3-4: Intra-
'ALLISON BROWN-National Honor Society 3-4: Fall
Musical 2-3: Junior Spectacular Chairman: Shakes-
peare, Secretary 2-3: "Pearls of Liberty" Staff 3-4:
Concerto Evening 3.
DEBRA LYNN BROWN-Knitting 2-3: "Peals of Liber-
ty" Staff 2: Newspaper Staff 3, Page Editor 3: Poetry
3: "Etchings In Thought" Contributor 3.
Weekend emplogment helps seniors financially
LINDA KATHLEEN BROWN-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Wind Ensemble 2-4.
RICHARD B. BROWN-Folk Music 2-4: Intramurals
2-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Drafting 3.
WENDY JEAN BROWN-Drama 2: Library Monitor 3:
Student Council Alternate 2: Attendance Office As-
SUSAN ANN BROWNING-Panther Athletic 3-4: Knit-
KATHARINE BRUECKNER-Madrigals 2-3: Descants
4: Yearbook Staff 4: Panther Athletic 3-4: International
Foods 4: Travel 2.
NANCY ANN BUCHANAN-Chess 2: Panther Athletic
MARILOU BUDDENBAUM-Girls' Industrial Arts 2:
Travel 3: Panther Athletic 3: Art 7-8 4.
WILLIAM GREGORY BUGH-Panther Athletic 2-47
LOUIS ARNOLD BUMB-Geology 2: Panther Athletic
3-4: Angler Nimrod 3.
DEIRDRE ANN BURGER-Drama 2-3: Stage Crew 3:
Travel 3: Folk Music 3.
ROBERT CARL BURNSIDE-Junior Historical Society
2: Panther Athletic 3-4: Woods.
'JEFFREY C. BURRIS-Key Club 3-4: "Peals of Lib-
erty" Editor 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Scholastic Ci-
tation 2-3: Chess Team 2: Lab Assistant 4.
Class of I 969
t"ANTHONY G. BURRUS-Yearbook-Newspaper Pho-
tographer 2-45 Photography 25 A-V Assistant 3-45
Panther Athletic 2-35 NSPA5 Journalism.
PHYLLIS JO BUSBY-Panther Athletic 25 AFS 25 At-
tendance Office Assistant 2.
"'JOHN ARTHUR BUSCH-Student Council 2-45 Key
Club 3, President 45 National Honor Society 3-45 Ju-
nior Prom Court: Baseball 2-35 l.U. Honors Program
in French 3.
THOMAS M. BUSH-Panther Athletic 2-45 Government
3-45 FBLA 35 Intramural Softball 3-4.
'RBARBARA JEAN BUTZ-Panther Athletic 2-45 Junior
Spectacular 35 Trike Race 2-45 AFS 3-45 Intramurals
2-35 Student Council Alternate 2.
i'BRUCE ALLEN BUTZ-Intramurals 2-45 Reserve Ten-
nis 2, Varsity 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Lettermens
Club 45 Drafting 35 Angler-Nimrod 4.
'JERRY WAYNE BYERS-Music Men 2-35 Counter-
points 45 Newspaper 3-45 Fall Musical 45 Junior Spec-
tacular 35 Government 3-4.
'FROBERT W. BYRD-Class Treasurer 2-35 Senior
Class Council5 Intramurals 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45
KAREN LYNN CAGE-National Honor Society 3-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 AFS 3-45 Lab Assistant 3-4.
'CINDY CAGLE-I.U. Honors Program in German 35
National Honor Society 3-45 Junior Class Council5
Bell Choir 3-45 Junior Spectacular 35 Scholastic Award
ELLIOTT JOHN CAINE-Chess 25 Wind Ensemble 2-45
Stage Band 4.
"'STEPHEN CALDERON-Chess 25 Folk Music 3-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 45 Cross Country 45
'REX CALLAWAY-National Honor Society 3-45 Foot-
ball 2-45 Track 2-45 Wrestling 2-45 Panther Athletic
3-45 Student Council Alternate 3.
'CATHERINE SUE CAMPBELL-Lab Assistant 3-45
Booster Block 25 Panther Athletic 35 Knitting 35 Girls'
Automechanics 25 Latin 3-4.
'MARCIA ANN CAMPBELL-Panther Athletic 2-35
Clothing 2-35 Review Typing 35 Lab Assistant 35 Knit-
ting 45 "Etchings in Thought" Typist 4.
ROSIRIS CANGELA-Exchange student from Brazil.
BRAD J. CANNADAY-Spanish 25 Gym Assistant 3-45
Chess 25 Intramurals 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
'JOYCE BEVERLY CANNELL-French 2-35 Booster
Block 25 Prom Decorations 35 Intramurals 2-35 Pan-
ther Athletic5 Junior Spectacular Usher 3.
DEIRDRE ANN CANNON-Panther Athletic 2-45 Span-
ish 25 Knitting 45 Travel 4.
LEONARD STEPHEN CANTOR-NSPA 2-45 Yearbook
Head Photographer 3-45 Journalism 3-45 Scuba 3.
tVlKKl LYNN CANTRELL-Style Show 45 Madrigals 45
Panther Athletic 2-45 AFS 35 Trike Race 2-45 Senior
CRAIG E. CAPEHART-Yearbook-Newspaper Photog-
rapher 2-45 NDCC Rifle Team 2-45 Photography 2-4.
MARC ROBERT CAPLAN-Panther Athletic 35 De-
bate 25 Journalism 25 Intramurals 2-4.
'FREDERICA B. CAPP-National Honor Society 3-45
Girls' Ensemble 2-45 AFS 3-45 French 3-45 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Booster Block 2.
'DAVID LEE CARDEN-Key Club 3-45 Panther Ath-
letic 35 Golf 2-35 Intramurals 2-45 Junior Historical
Society 35 Lab Assistant 4.
DIANA JAMIE CARPENTER-Journalism 35 Art 3.
CATHERINE ANN CARR-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel
Stage experience proves profitable to seniors
LENDING A HELPING HAND, Senior Bill
Carroll applies make-up to John Robarts
prior to the opening performance of the
fall musical, "Half a Sixpence."
GERALDEAN LEE CARR-Panther Athletic 4: Travel
'WILLIAM O'l'I'O CARROLL-National Honor Society
3-4: Thespians 3-4: Drama 3, Treasurer 4: Stage
Crew: Junior Spectacular 2: Fall Musical 2.
DAVID W. CARTER-National Honor Society 3-4:
Junior Historical Society 2-3: Panther Athletic 3:
Government 2-3: Intramurals 2-4.
'PATRICIA ANN CARTER-Sophomore Class Council
Alternate: Panther Athletic 2-3: Clothing Secretary
2: President 3: Review Typing 4: Girls' Autome-
chanics 4: Trike Race 4.
DAVID DONN CARVER-Transfer from Fresno, Cali-
DONNA LOUISE CAZADD-NFL 2: Girls' Concert
Choir 2: Panther Athletic 3: A Capella 3: Madrigals 4.
MARIANNE CEASER-Panther Athletic 2: Attendance
Office Assistant 3: FNA 2: Travel 3.
"'ROLLIN CHAB-National Honor Society 3-4: Intra-
murals 3-4: Travel 3: Panther Athletic 2: Latin 2:
Science Reading 3.
JOHN N. CHATTIN-Slide Rule 2: Chamber Music
RICHARD CHARLES CHENEY-Panther Athletic:
Transfer from Broad Ripple High School.
"'MICHELE THERESA CHIPLIS-Gym Assistant 3:
Panther Athletic 2-4: Class Council 2-3: Junior Spec-
tacular Committee Chairman 3: Intramurals 2-4: Folk
'LORI LOUISE CHRISTOPHER--National Honor So-
ciety 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: NFL 3-4: French 3-4:
Intramurals 2-3: Scholastic Citation 2-4.
'JAYE E. CLAPP-Junior Class Council Alternate:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Office Assistant 4: Junior Spec-
tacular 2: Intramurals 2-4: Library Assistant 3.
'CATHLYN CILLE CLARK-Fall Musical 2-4: Wind
Ensemble 2-4: Orchestra 2-4: Panther Athletic 3-4:
Latin 3-4: Girls' Glee Club 2.
DAVID WAYNE CLARK-Panther Athletic 2-4: Foot-
ball 3-4: Basketball 3-4: Track 3-4: Gym Assistant 4.
BARBARA SUSAN CLARKE.
Class of I 969
DEBORAH D. CLARKSON-French 35 Panther Athletic
3-45 Attendance Office Assistant 3-45 Review Typing 2.
JERRY CLAY-Panther Athletic 2.
"'PATI'l JO CLAY-National Honor Society 3-45 Coun-
terpoints 3-45 Girls' Ensemble 25 Fall Musical 2-35
Junior Spectacular 2-35 Repetory Company 4.
MICHAEL L. CLAYTON-Panther Athletic 35 Chess
Team 25 Advanced Chess 3.
CINDY SUSAN CLIFTON.
GERALD RICHARD CLOUSER.
'CANDACE SUE CLUSTER-Cheerleading 2-35 Booster
Block 2-35 Orchestra 2-35 Scuba 2-35 Student Council
2-45 Panther Athletic 2-4.
'DAVID BERTRUM CLYMER-Scuba Sgt.-at-Arms 3-45
Student Council Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 2-45
Forensics 25 Intramurals 2-35 Travel 2.
'EDWARD LAWRENCE COHEN-Chess 2-35 Scuba
3-45 Intramural Football 3-45 Stage Crew 25 Academic
Games 45 Trike Race 4.
GARY ALLEN COHEN-Aero-Space 25 Panther Athletic
35 Advanced Chess 3.
GARY J. COHEN-Gymnastics5 Panther AthIetic5
JOANNE COHEN-Typing 3.
MARTIN M. COHEN-Panther Athletic 2-35 Biology 25
Advanced Chess 35 Key Club 3-4.
SHARON ANN COHEN-French 35 Panther Athletic
3-45 Jr. Historical Society 25 Booster Block 25 Atten-
dance Office Assistant 4.
PAM JEAN COLGLAZIER-Panther Athletic 2-45 A
Capella 25 Travel 2-3.
MARIE ANNE'I'I'E COLLINS-Class Council Alternate
2-35 FTA Chairman 25 Clothing Vice-President 35
French 35 Scholastic Award 2.
SHERRY ANN COLLINS-Panther Athletic 35 Cloth-
ing 35 French 25 Knitting 2.
SUSAN D. COLLINS-Panther Athletic 3-45 Girls' Ex-
ercise 35 Art 45 Senior Style Show Writer 45 Interna-
tional Foods 4.
MONTY WAYNE COMBS-Varsity Baseball 3-45 Intra-
murals 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Review Typing 2.
"'EMILY L. CONLY-Art 45 Scholastic Art Award 2-45
Girls' Industrial Arts 35 Music 25 Folk Music 45 Art
"'SALLY SUSAN CONLY-Art 3-45 Folk Music 45 Red
Cross 2,45 FNA 25 "PeaIs of Liberty" Artist 35 Girls'
Industrial Arts 2.
"'TlMOTHY WELLS CONLY-Photography 25 Chess 35
National Art Contest 35 Drafting 35 Automotive 45 Art 4.
MIKE C. CONOVER-Chess 25 Panther Athletic 3-45
Intramurals 3-45 Travel 4.
'DEBORAH ANNE CONRAD-Red Cross 25 Descants
35 Counterpoints 45 Panther Athletic 35 Wind Ensemble
2-35 German 3.
REGINA LEE COOKSEY.
CHARLES S. COOPER-Science Service 3-4 Marching
Band 2-45 Symphony Wind Ensemble 2-45 Stage Band
45 Panther Athletic 3.
DANIEL JAMES COOPER-Panther Athletic 45 Slide
Rule 35 Chess 25 Track 3-45 Cross Country 4.
tDARVENE SUE COOVER-Intramurals 2: Chess 2:
,Shcirtgand 3: Panther Athletic 4: Typing 3: A-V Assis-
'ANN MARIE CORBETI'-Student Council 2-4: French
3: Panther Athletic 3: World Culture 3: Girls' Exer-
cise 3: Girls' Glee Club 2.
CLAUDIA SUE COREY-Panther Athletic 3-4: Senior
Class Council Alternate: Folk Music 4: Transfer Stu-
dent from Roanoke, Virginia 3.
DAVID L. CORY-Panther Athletic 3: Travel 2: ln-
ternational Foods 2: Review Typing 3.
ELIZABETH COULTER-Art 2,4: Girls' Exercise 3:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Review Typing 4.
ROBERT MICHAEL COVELL-Chess 3-4: Chemistry
3-4: Marching Band 3-4: Wind Ensemble 3-4: Trans-
fer Student 3.
RONALD NELSON COVEY-Band 2-4: Stage Band
3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Woodworking 2: Scholastic Cita-
'WCATHLEEN ANN CRAFTON-Senior Girls League:
Girls Automechanics 4: Forensics 2: Panther Athletic
3-4: Future Nurses 2: French 2.
KAREN SUE CRAIG-Girls Glee Club 2: Booster Block
2: Student Council Alternate 3: Panther Athletic 3:
Girls' Exercise 3.
'JAMES STEVEN CROCKER-Student Council Alter-
nate 2: Junior Class Council: Key Club 3-4: Panther
Athletic 2-3: German 2-3: Intramurals 2-3.
EILEEN S. CROUSE-Junior Spectacular 2: Panther
Athletic 3: Travel 2: Girls' Exercise 3.
PAMELA MARIE CUPP-Library Assistant 4: Panther
Athuatic 2-3: Knitting Treasurer 3: Girls' Automechan-
ERIC G. CURE-Intramurals 2-3: Junior Spectacular
3: Key Club 3-4: Typing Award 3: Transfer Student
from Brebeuf 3.
KIM DAH LSTRAND-Panther Athletic 4.
SELISABETH ANN DALE-Sophomore Class Council
Alternate: Junior Spectacular Publicity Committee:
Debate Secretary 2: French Club Social Chairman 3:
Panther Athletic 2-4: Art 3-4.
'DEBORAH JEAN DANIELS-National Honor Society
3-4: Resenfe Cheerleader 2-3: Varsity 4: Counterpoints
4: Student Council 3: Junior Spectacular 3: Panther
ANN MARIE DAVIDSON-Government 2-4: Newspaper
Staff33-4: Junior Historical Society 3-4: Panther Ath-
JOHN EDWARD DAVIDSON-Transfer Student 3: Pan-
ther Athletic 4.
'CHRISTY LEE DAVIS-Junior Prom Co-Ordinator 3:
Homecoming Float Chairman 4: Folk Music 4: AFS
4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Government 4.
DALE ANDREW DAVIS-Intramurals 2-4: Panther Ath-
letic 3: Angler-Nimrod 3.
LEE H. DAVIS-Junior Spectacular 3: Intramurals 2-3:
Student Council Alternate 3.
EIZTER D. DAVIS-Panther Athletic 3-4: Intramurals
SCOTT P. DAVIS-Intramurals 2-4: Junior Spectacular
3: Junior Class Alternate: Panther Athletic 3.
BRADLEY SCOTT DAWE-Reserve Baseball 2, Var-
gity 3-4: Chess 3: Intramurals 2-4: Lettermen's Club
'DENNIS JOSEPH DAWSON--Student Council 2-4:
Reserve Golf 2, Varsity 3-4: Mu Alpha Theta 3: Key
Club 3, Treasurer 4: Music Men 3: Panther Athletic
MIKE C. DAWSON-Panther Athletic 3: Intramurals
2-4: Junior Spectacular 3: Angler-Nimrod 3.
CATHY JEAN DAY-Panther Athletic 3: Xert 3: Knit-
'LOUISE FRANCES DEAN-Spanish 2: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: World Culture 3: ln-
ternational Relations 3: Attendance Office Assistant 4.
Class ot i969
HACK DECKARD-Student Council Alternate 25 Pan-
ther Athletic 2-45 Gym Assistant 3-45 Travel 25 Scho-
lastic Award 2-45 Angler-Nimrod 3.
'PAMELA SUE DEER-Jr. Historical Society 25 Diving,
Secretary 35 Junior Prom Program Cover 35 Gym As-
sistant 35 Panther Athletic 2-45 Trike Race 2.
JAMES KEVIN DELONG-Panther Athletic 25 Travel
2-35 Graphic Arts Service 2-35 Angler-Nimrod 3.
JOHN DOUG DEMASIE-Chess 25 Photography 35
Academic Games 35 Panther Athletic 3-4.
'SANDRA LEE DENNERLINE-Lab Assistant 3-45
Junior Spectacular 35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Booster
Block 25 Science Service 35 Intramurals 2-3.
LESLIE DENTEL-Booster Block 3-45 French 35 Travel
35 International Foods 2.
'tBARBARA LYNNE DERAISMES-National Honor So-
ciety 3-45 Junior Spectacular Chairman 35 Student
Council Member-at-Large 25 Junior Class CounciI5
Homeroom Float Chairman 45 Student Council 4.
DEBRA ANN DEWALL-Transferred from Minneapolis,
'THOMAS R. DIAZ-International Relations 25 Photog-
raphy 25 Panther Athletic 35 Folk Music 35 Junior
Spectacular 35 Debate 2.
MARY F. DIBLASIO-Panther Athletic 2-45 Review
Typing 45 Travel 2.
'-'DAVID ALAN DILLINGER-Intramurals 2-35 Astrono-
my 25 Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 25 Woods 25 Ama-
teur Radio 4.
"'EMILY ANN DILTZ-National Honor Society 3-45
Folk Music 2-35 Panther Athletic 35 NDCC Sponsor 2-
45 Home Economics Assistant 45 Scholastic Award 2-4.
Seniors gain insight tutoring inner-citg children
'PAL BRAZLE DINWIDDIE-Class Council Vice-Presi-
dent 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Gym Assistant 35
French 2-35 American Authors 25 Track 2.
ETHEL MARGARET DOCHERTY-Girls' Booster Block
25 Shorthand Transcription 35 Panther Athletic 45
Girls' Exercise 3.
'SANDRA KAY DONNELL-Girls' Ensemble 25 Coun-
terpoints 3-45 Junior Spectacular 3-45 Fall Musical 3-45
Student Council Alternate 2,45 Folk Music 3-4.
CELESTINE LOUISE DONNELLY-Booster Block 25
Art 35 Scholastic Art Show Honorable Mention 35 ISB
Illustration Drawing 3.
BRUCE H. DORN-Art 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45
LINDA JO DOUGHERTY-Travel 3.
'I'LEZLIE ANN DOUTHITT-Descants 45 Madrigals 35
Folk Music 35 Panther Athletic 35 German 35 AFS 3.
'l'KATHY ANN DOVE-Panther Athletic 2-45 Review
Typing 35 Booster Block 25 Senior Girls' League5 Ju-
nior Spectacular 35 Attendance Office Assistant 4.
i'PAMELA LEE DRAKE-AFS 35 Girls' Glee Club 25
Travel 25 Panther Athletic 35 FNA 35 Attendance Of-
fice Assistant 4.
LEE ANDERSON DRIGGERS-Reserve Golf 3, Varsity
45 Intramurals 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
'LINDA SAULE DRUSKIS-National Honor Society
3-45 Government 2-35 French 25 Stage Crew 2-35 Ju-
nior Spectacular 35 Journalism 2.
"'KAREN A. DUGGAN-Geology Secretary 35 Panther
Athletic 2-35 Symphonic Band Secretary 45 Student
Council Alternate 2-35 Trike Race 35 Junior Spectacu-
lar Chairman 3.
'MARY JANE DUNDAS-Student Council 2-3: Travel
2: Panther Athletic 2-3: Geology 3: Scholastic Award
2-4: Senior Girl's League.
'FLAURIE ANN DUSTMAN-National Honor Society
3-4: Triangle Club Award 2: French 2-4: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Student Council Alternate 2: Trike Race 3.
"KAREN ANN DYKEMA-Folk Music 2,4: A Capella 3:
Descants 4: Junior Class Council Alternate: Panther
Athletic 2-4: Knitting 2.
WSTEPHEN LEE EASTES-Key Club 3-4: Student
Council 2: Intramural Football 3: Junior Historical
Society 4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Scuba 3.
MICHELE ANN EASTMAN-Travel 3-4: Spanish 3.
ANDREA BETH EBERBACH-Art 3: Travel 3.
'BARBARA J. EDEN-Junior Spectacular 3: Panther
Athletic 4: Senior Class Council: Lab Assistant 4: Tra-
vel 2: Spanish 2.
CAROL JUDY EDINGTON-J u n io r Spectacular 3:
Booster Block 2: Girls Exercise 3: Panther Athletic
STEPHEN L. ELAM-Panther Athletic 3: Air Space 2:
EDWARD JOHN ELLIOTT-Intramurals 2-4: Gym As-
sistant 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4.
"iMICHAEL THOMAS ELLlOT'l'-National Honor So-
ciety 3-4: Boys' State 3: Senior Class President 4:
Junior Spectacular 2-3: Student Council 3: Mu Alpha
'STEVEN KENT ELLSON-Junior Spectacular 3: Foot-
ball Manager 2-3: Intramural Basketball 2-4: Music
Men 4: Debate 2: Panther Athletic 3-4.
'l'GAY MARTHA ELSTE-Scholastic Award 2-3: Pan-
ther Athletic 3: German 3: Student Council Alternate
3: Junior Spectacular 3: Knitting 2-3.
SHERYL ENDICOTT-Transfer from Arlington High
'PSTEPHEN A. ENGLAND-National Honor Society 3-4:
Folk Music 2-4: Student Council 4: Panther Athletic
3: Key Club 4: National Merit Scholarship Semi-
PAUL M. ENRIGHT-Chess Team 2-4: Slide Rule 2-3:
Advanced Chess 2-3.
KAREN SUE ENSMINGER- Junior Spectacular 3:
Panther Athletic 2-4: A Capella 3: Concert Choir 2.
ROBERT F. EPPERS-Reserve Football 2: Junior Spec-
tacular 3: Intramurals.
DOUGLAS BRIAN ESMON-Intramural Basketball 2-4:
FBLA 3-4: Sophomore Class Council Alternate: Travel
2: Panther Athletic 2-4.
SALLY JANE ESMON-Panther Athletic 3-4: Madri-
gals 4: Scholastic Award 2-4: Senior Class Council
4: Trike Race 3-4.
KEITH ALAN ESTRIDGE-Panther Athletic.
SCOTT M. ETHERINGTON-FBLA 2-4: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Travel 2-4: Intramurals 2-4: Debate 2.
DONNA KAY EVANS-Booster Block 2: Latin 2: Red
Cross 3: Girls Exercise 3: French 3: Panther Athletic
RODERICK WARMAN EVERHART-A-V 2: Panther 2:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Geology 3: A-V 3: German 3:
Fall Play 4.
THOMAS ANDERSON EWING-Panther Athletic 3-41
Aquarium 3: Folk Music 4.
REBECCA ANN FAIRBANKS-German 3: Panther Ath-
Ietic 4: Great Books 2: International Foods 2.
CATHERINE ELIZABETH FAIRFIELD-National Honor
Society 3-4: French 3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: National
Merit Semi-Finalist 4: World Culture 2: AFS 3.
Class of I 969
JAY T. FAIRMAN-Reserve Baseball 2-3, Varsity 45
Intramurals 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 45
DUANE CLARK FANT-Orchestra 2-45 Bell Choir 3-45
Orchestra 2-45 Spring Play 3.
GERRI LYNN FARBER-Panther Athletic 2-45 Re-
view Typing 35 Trike Race Alternate 35 Art Crafts
3-45 Girls' Booster Block 2.
"'FRED MEHLERT FEHSENFELD-Student Council 25
Junior Class Council5 Intramurals 2-45 Tennis 2-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Advanced Chess 3.
DOROTHY JO FEIBLEMAN-Scuba5 Biology.
HOWARD FAY FENTER-Panther Athletic 3-45 Intra-
murals 2-45 Photography 25 Angler-Nimrod 3.
GLENN SCOTT FERGUSON-Red Cross Vice-Presi-
dent 3-45 Slide Rule 3.
CYNDY ANN FEUCHT-French 3-45 Panther Athletic
2-45 Sophomore Class Council Alternate.
WCAROLE ROBIN A. FIEDLER-National Merit Scho-
Iarship Semi-Finalist 45 Quill and Scroll 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 45 Yearbook Staff 3, Assistant Editor 45 Ayres
High School Fashion Board 45 Style Show5 French
WILLIAM R. FINDLING-NDCC 2-45 Rifle Team 4.
RICHARD ALLEN FINE-Panther Athletic 35 Intra-
murals 2-45 Geology 35 Marching Band 2-3.
MARK E. FINEBERG-Spanish 35 Panther Athletic
2-45 Travel 4.
REBECCA LANE FISCHER-Panther Athletic 3-45
Review Typing 45 Library Assistant 4.
BEVERLY ANN FITTS-Drama 25 FNA 25 Panther
Athletic 35 Knitting 35 Intramurals 2-3.
E. LOUIE FLEECE-Intramurals 2-45 Junior Spectac-
ular 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Scholastic Award 3-45
iiANDREA FLOWERS-World Culture 25 Junior Spec-
tacular Usher 35 Panther Athletic 35 Trike Race 25
Academic Games 35 Girls' Glee Club 2.
Senior class float feasts on "Ko-Ko Kats"
WITH HAMMER IN HAND, co-chairmen Barb
Eden and Mike Madawick work feverishly
to complete the senior class float "Ko-Ko
Kats, Breakfast of Panthers".
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'PANDREW J. FOGLE-National Honor Society 3-45
Quill and Scroll 3-45 Yearbook-Newspaper Photogra-
pher 3-45 Spanish 35 Student Council Alternate 25
Junior Class Council Alternate.
NED ALAN FOGLE-Travel 2-3.
CLAIRE LOU FOOTE-Review Typing 35 Knitting 2-35
Girls' Industrial 2.
'l'KATHLEEN J. FOSTER-Sophomore Class Council5
Student Council 35 Junior Spectacular 35 Panther Ath-
letic 3-45 Drama 25 Girls' Exercise 3.
JOHN H. FOWLER-Thespians 3-45 Language Lab
Assistant 2-45 Stage Crew 2-45 Junior Spectacular 35
Repertory Company 3-4.
RUPERT K. FRANKLIN-Air Space 25 Beginning Chess
'MARY K. FRANZ-National Honor Society 3-45 Pan-
ther Athletic 35 Junior Spectacular Act Chairman5 Gym
Assistant 3-45 Attendance Office Assistant 2-35 Knit-
ting Secretary 3.
CHRISTOPHER JON FRAYER-German 35 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Music Men 3-45 Fall Musical 4.
NAMES JORDAN FREIHOFER-Key Club 3-45 Ju-
nior Historical Society 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Ju-
nior Spectacular 35 Spanish 25 Lab Assistant 4.
"'LlNDA FREUDENTHAL-Junior Spectacular Usher 35
Panther Athletic 2-45 Review Typing 35 Health Careers
45 Northern Lights Representative5 Trike Race.
LARRY FREY-Intramurals 2-45 Reserve Baseball 2-35
Varsity 4: Panther Athletic 4: Advanced Chess 2-4.
'FCHARLES RICHARD FULMER-Football 3-45 Track
2-45 Government 2-45 Spanish 25 Student Council AI-
ternate 35 Panther Athletic 3-4.
Seniors breathe easier after college acceptance
JEFF GADDY-Science Reading 2-35 Panther Athletic
ANN SHERRET GARDINER-Girls' Glee Club 25 Inter-
national Relations 35 Library Assistant 35 Booster
Block 25 A-V Assistant.
LARRY GENE GARDINER-Key Club 3-45 French 35
Panther Athletic 3-45 Cross Country 25 Student Coun-
cil Bookstore 3-4.
ROBERT A. GARRETI'-Intramurals 2-45 Panther Ath-
Ietic 2-45 Tennis 3-45 Student Council Alternate 2.
tKAREN SUE GARRIOTI'-Counterpoints 45 Girls'
Ensemble 2-35 Junior Class Council5 Junior Prom Co-
ordinator5 Fall Musical 3-45 Scholastic Award 2.
TOM M. GARRITY-Football 25 Track 2-35 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Intramurals 2-45 Lettermen's Club.
GEORGE GELLERSEN-Orchestra 2-45 Intramurals
2-45 Booster Block 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 4.
HARRY MARVIN GENTRY, JR.-Chess.
KAREN SUE GEORGE-Art Crafts 25 Panther Athletic
2-45 Spanish 45 Senior Girls' League.
LINDA DIANE GILLEFF-National Honor Society 3-45
Orchestra 3-45 Knitting 2-35 FTA 2-45 Panther Athletic
BETH GILLEN-Booster Block 25 Latin 35 Notehand 3.
RAYMOND WILLIAM GILLIES-Transfer from Zions-
ville, lndiana5 Panther Athletic 3.
Class of I 969
ROGER R. GILLIES--Photography 2-35 Industrial
Arts 2-35 Spanish 2.
'I'TINA ILENE GINIGER-Junior Spectacular 35 Folk
Music 35 Junior Class Council Alternate5 AFS 35
Scholastic Award 2-3, Panther Athletic 3.
STEPHEN ARTHUR GIPE-Student Council 2-35
Wrestling 2-45 National Honor Society 3-45 Scholastic
Award 35 Lab Assistant 3-4.
KATHY ANN GIRDLER-Panther Athletic 2-35 Ju-
nior Spectacular 35 Band 25 Gold Key Achievement
KJELL GJARVEVALL-Exchange Student from
DRAKE A. GLASSER-Aquarium 25 Travel 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 45 German 4.
'i'JULIE ANN GLATZ-Panther Athletic 25 Travel 25
Knitting 35 Girls' Exercise 45 International Foods 45
Review Typing 4.
RICHARD ALLEN GOLDSMITH-Biology 35 Review
'lTyping,35 Chess 3-45 Wrestling 45 Transfer From Ar-
lington High School.
SUSAN ALICE GOLDSTEIN-Art 35 Panther Athletic
35 Folk Music 45 Travel 45 World Culture 4.
BETH ANN GOODMAN-Style Show 2-35 Foods 3.
'CAROL E. GOODWIN-Panther Athletic 2-45 AFS
3-45 Scholastic Award 2-45 Junior Spectacular 35 In-
tramurals 25 Guidance Office Assistant 3-4.
ROBERT M. GORDON-Chess 25 Panther Athletic
3-45 Art 3.
LOUISE ANN GOSS-Gym Assistant 35 Biology 35
Beginning Chess 35 Chamber Music 2.
'BCYNTHIA ANNE GRADY-Booster Block 25 Panther
Athletic 2,45 Transcription 35 FBLA 35 Typing Award
35 Shorthand Award 3.
'GARRETT H. GRAHAM-National Honor Society
3-45 Varsity Football 3-45 Reserve Basketball 25 Re-
serve Baseball 2-3, Varsity 4, Government 2-45 Intra-
JAY CHRIS GRAUEL-Geology 25 Track 35 Panther
Athletic5 Intramural Football 3.
JEFF A. GRAVES-Sophomore Class Council5 Or-
chestra 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Angler-Nimrod 35
LOIS GRIFFITH-National Honor Society 3-45 Scho-
lastic Award 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 National Mer-
it Letter of Accomodations 35 French 2.
BRUCE S. GRIMES-Mandolin Choir 35 Panther Ath-
Ietic 3-45 Orchestra 2-4.
'GERALD BRUCE GRINKMEYER-Football 2-35 Ju-
nior Class Council5 Scuba 3, Vice-President 45 Pan-
ther Athletic 3-45 Folk Music 45 Music Men 4.
"STEVEN ELLIOTT GROSBY-National Honor Socie-
ty 3-45 Latin 2-45 Panther Athletic 35 Science Service
35 I. U. Honors Program In Latin 35 Junior Spectac-
CYNTHIA MARIE GRUNDY-FNA5 Red Cross.
JOYCE LOUISE GUINNUP-Panther Athletic 3-45
Travel 25 Cadet Choir.
GRACE GULLING-Panther Athletic 3-45 Knitting 35
Girls' Automechanics 45 A-V Assistant5 Style Show
:ROBERT DAVID HABIG-Student Council 2, Vice-
President 3, President 45 Triangle Club Award Win-
ner 2-35 Varsity Wrestling 2-45 National Honor So-
ciety 3-45 Panther Athletic 35 Government 2.
t'PAMELA LEE HALE-Student Council Alternate 2,45
Art Crafts 25 Panther Athletic 2-45 Girls' Exercise 45
Senior Girls' League5 Trike Race 4.
KAY MELINDA HALL-Booster Block 2-45 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Intramurals 2-4.
SHERYL JEAN HALL-Panther Athletic 3.
RICHARD RANDALL HAMILTON II-Junior Historical
Society 3: Intramurals 2: Panther Athletic 2-3.
IMIURA HAMMERSTROM-Transfer from Homewood,
MARY ELIZABETH HANDLEY.
JAMES P. HANRAHAN-Junior Spectacular 2: Key
Club 3: Intramurals 3: Panther Athletic 2-3.
TAMAYRA KAY HANSEN-Booster Block 3: Travel
3: lntarmurals 2-3: Knitting 2: Girls' Glee Club 2.
'JACK M. HARCOURT-Reserve Football 2-3, Varsity
4: Gymnastics 2-3, Team Captain 4: Track 2-3: Class
Council 2-3: Panther Athletic 3-4: International Rela-
THOMAS RAYMOND HARDIN-Chess Team: Panther
THOMAS DAVID HARDING-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Advanced Chess 2-4: Basketball 2-4: Baseball 2-4:
'DUKE HARDY-National Honor Society 3-4: Panther
Athletic President 4: Varsity Basketball 3-4: Varsity
Baseball 3-4: Junior Prom King 3: Vice President
Senior Class 4.
BRUCE ALAN HARGAN-Gymnastics 3-4: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: German 2-4.
JEANNETl'E MARIE HARPER-Orchestra 2-4: Library
assistant 3-4: Library 3: Panther Athletic 3-4: Spanish
7 FFA 4.
BETH E. HARRIS-National Honor Society 4: Editor
of Northern Lights 4: Drama Secretary 4: Quill and
Scroll 4: Fall Play 2.
'DIANA LOUISE HARRIS-Flag Corps 2-4: Wind En-
semble 2-3: French 3-4: Panther Athletic: Scholastic
Award 2-4: Intramurals 2-4.
DAVID W. HARRISON-Panther Athletic 3-4: Intra-
murals 3-4: Chess 3-4: Science Service 4.
JAMES BRUCE HARRISON-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Chess 2-4: Intramurals 2-4: Aquarium 2.
'MARK WARREN HARSHMAN-Student Council 2-4:
Teen Guide Council Representative 3-4: National
Honor Society 3-4: Key Club 2-3: Board of Director
4: Candidate for Indiana Governor of Key Club 3:
CHARLES A. HARTLEY-Chess Team 2-4: Electronics
Secretary 3: Slide Rule 2.
STEVE RICHARD HARTMAN-Music Men 4: Panther
Athletic 2-4: Intramurals 2-4: Student Council Alter-
nate 2-3: Junior Spectacular 3.
BARBARA ANN HARWOOD.
'l'JANE ELLEN HAWHEE-Student Council Alternate
2: Class Council Alternate 3-4: Guidance Assistant 2-4:
Repertory Company 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: FNA 2.
'JAMES C. HAWLEY-Panther Athletic 2: Art 2: Scuba
4: Yearbook Staff 4: Angler Nimrod 4: Travel 4.
JAN CHRISTINE HAYDEN-Panther Athletic 3-4: Art
4: Knitting 4: Travel 4.
PATRICIA A. HEHN-Spanish 3: Panther Athletic 2-4:
'RICHARD STEPHEN HEILBRUNN-Panther Athletic
3-4: Annual Staff, Ad Editor 4: Intramurals 4: Travel
4: Chess 4: Art 2.
DEBORAH LY N N E HEIL-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Booster Block 2: Junior Spectacular 3: Notehand 3:
Office Assistant 3.
ELISE LUISE HEISER-Booster Block 2: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: Folk Music 3-4: Art 3-4.
KATHI ANN HELFER-National Honor Society 3-4:
Junior Spectacular 2: Panther Athletic 2: Bell Choir
2-3: Travel 2.
Seniors assist in production
GREGORY H. HENDERSON-P a n t h e r Athletic 35
Chess 35 Track 3-45 Football 4.
JUAN DERRICK HENDERSON-Travel 35 Track 2,45
CAROL JANICE HENDRICKS-Booster Block 2-4.
SANDRA LEE HENRY-Panther Athletic 3-45 Library
Assistant 35 Girls Exercise 35 Red Cross 2.
IN PREPARATION FOR halftime activities,
Letterman Harry Pennington ropes off the
gym floor while Centralites rush to the
concession stand before the show begins.
ol' halftime events
'I'JANET LYNN HEPPNER-Panther Athletic 2-45
Scholastic Award 2-35 YFU Exchange Student to
Germany 35 German 2-35 Wasson's Fashion Board
Alternate 45 Booster Block 2-3.
ELAINE SUE HERRON.
DANIEL LEE HARVEY-Automechanics.
"'BE'lTE ANNE HESTON-Madrigals 45 Spanish 25
Panther Athletic 2-45 Folk Music 45 Clothing 35 A
DON MAC HIBLER-Intramurals 3-45 Panther Ath-
SM. SUSAN HICKS-Sophomore Class Council5 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 35 Office Assistant 25 Gym
Assistant 35 Booster Block 2-35 Descants 4.
'STEVEN E. HILL-Reserve Basketball 25
Track 2,45 Aquarium President 35 Panther Athletic
2-45 Gym Assistant 3-45 Intramurals 3-4.
JERRY KENNEDY HINES-Geology 35 AngIer-Nim-
rod 45 Government 4.
'PDEBBIE LEE HOCKER-Panther Athletic 35 Folk
Music 35 Girls' Glee Club 25 Trike Race 2-35 Fall
Musical 35 Madrigals 4.
NANCY ELLEN HODAPP-Panther Athletic 3-45 Mad-
rigals 45 Girls' Automechanics 4.
MARQUIS ZIMRI HODES-Science Projects 2-45 Sci-
ence Reading 35 Photography 2.
JEFF C. HOFFMAN-Student Council 2-35 Panther ,
SALLY ANN HOGAN-Panther Athletics: Jacks Tour-
nament: Junior Spectacular.
ANN HARRIET HOLDGRAFER-Transfer from West
Virginia: Panther Athletic 4: Latin 4: Style Show: Trike
DAVE PAUL HOLDGRAFER-Transfer from Huntington
East High School.
MARTHA J EAN HOLLOWAY-Panther Athletic 3-4:
Spanish 3: Transfer from LaGrange, Illinois: Student
Council 4: Travel 3.
:JOHN MARK HOLMQUIST-Music Men, President 4:
Cross Country 2-4: Track 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4:
Junior Spectacular 3: Letterman's Club 3-4.
MARK EDWARD HOLSWORTH-Key Club 3-4: Span-
ish 3-4: Panther Athletic 3: Chess 2: Travel 2: Alge-
BARBARA ANN HOLT-Girls' Automechanics 2: Stu-
dent Council Alternate 2: Class Council Alternate 3:
Junior Prom Candidate 3: Panther Athletic 3: Home-
coming Queen Candidate.
MARK B. HOLT-Track 2-4: Cross Country 2-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4: Angler-Nimrod 3.
JOAN F. HONDERICH-Folk Singing 3-4: Travel 3:
Dramatics 3: Panther Athletic 2: Girls' Ensemble 2-3.
JANET LEE HOOKER-Thespians 3-4: Stage Crew 2-4:
Drama 3: Girls' Ensemble 4: Madrigals 3: French 3.
JOE S. HOOKER-Band 2-4: Woodworking 2: Football
Over 802, of senior class planning further studg
QALAN CRAIG HOPKINS-Beginning Chess 2: Folk
Music 3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Se-
nior Class Council: Scuba Diving 4.
BYRON ARTHUR HORINE-Gymnastics 2-4: Letter-
man 4: Panther Athletic 3-4: American Authors 2:
Chess 2: Concert Band 2.
WARREN PAUL HOTTE-Cross Country 2-4: Track 2-
4: Drama 2-4: Lettermans Club 4: Panther Athletic
3-4: Stagecrafts 3-4.
PALLAS RAYE HOUSER-I-TA 4: Knitting 4.
DAVID LEE HOWARD-International Relations 3: Be-
ginning Chess 2-4: Business Careers 4: Review Typing
LAURA JEAN HOWARD-Art Club 2-4: Panther Athle-
tic 3-4: Booster Block 2: Jamboree Style Show 4: Trike
MARGARET ANN HOWARD-NDCC Battalion Forma-
tion: NDCC Rifle Team 3-4: Drama 2: NDCC Sponsor
2-4: NDCC Staff.
RANDY HOWARD-Music Men 3-4: Scuba 2-4: Aca-
demic Games 3.-4.
'DEBORAH JANE HOWE-Sophomore Class Council
Alternate: Student Council: FTA 2: French 3: Panther
Athletic 3: Trike Race 2-3.
JOYCE ARLENE HOWE-Transfer from Broad Ripple
High School 3: Clothing 3.
LAUREL JANENE HOYT-Booster Block 2: Associate
Editor Northern Lights 4: Panther Athletic 2-4.
RICHARD E. HUBER-Student Council 2: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: Angler-Nimrod 3: Intramural Basketball 3-4.
Class of l969
"'H. BRADFORD HUDSON-German Club Secretary
25 Panther Athletic 2-45 Intramurals 2-45 Jr. Histori-
cal Society 35 Student Council 25 Student Council
Bookstore Helper 3.
f'WlLLIAM HAINES HUFF JR.-Sophomore Class
CounciI5 Student Council Alternate 35 Panther Athle-
tic 2-45 Reserve Football 2-3, Varsity 45 Reserve
Baseball 25 Gym Assistant 3,4.
SCHARLES R. HUFFMAN-Student Council 25 In-
tramurals 2-35 Junior Historical Society 35 Golf 35
Panther Athletic 35 Junior Spectacular 3.
'FGINNY HUMBERT-Madrigals 3, President 45 Ju-
nior Class CounciI5 A Capella 25 Attendance Office
Assistant 25 Panther Athletic 3-45 Student Council
DOREL A. HUNT.
'FHOLLICE E. HUNT-National Honor Society 3-45
Thespians 3-45 Stage Crew 2-45 Repertory Company
3-45 Mandolin Choir President 35 Panther Athletic 2-4.
CAROL LYNN HUNTER-Knitting 2-35 Girls' Concert
Choir 25 Madrigals 35 Girls' Ensemble 45 FTA 2-4.
'PAMELA RUTH HURLBUT-Junior Spectacular Act
Chairman5 Newspaper Staff 45 Stage Crew 2-35 Pan-
ther Athletic 2-45 French 35 Intramurals 2.
MICHELLE A. HURTEAU-Panther Athletic 2-45
French 3-45 Government 3-4.
'FRICHARD ALAN HURWITZ-German 2-45 Baseball
2-45 Football 25 History of Math Vice-President 25
Panther Athletic 45 Government 3-4.
DAVID N. IAUCO-Panther Athletic 3-45 Science
Reading 45 Government 4.
WILLIAM BROWNING IRWIN-Panther Athletic 45
Junior Historical Society 4.
EUGENE IZSAK-Panther Athletic 3-45 Gym Assis-
tant 35 Science Reading 25 Biology 2.
CHERYL ELAINE JACKSON-FNA 35 Red Cross 3
SSTEVEN LOYD JACKSON-Transfer from Short-
ridge High School 25 Chess 35 Band 35 Panther Athle-
tic 35 Football 4.
'DON M. JACOBS-National Honor Society5 3-45
Class Council 25 National Forenics League 2-45 De-
bate Team 2-35 Stage Band 2-45 National Merit Semi-
STEPHEN EDWARD JACOBS-National M e r i t
Scholarships semifinalist 45 lndpls. Science Seminar
45 German 35 Newspaper Staff 2-35 Geology 2.
ELAINE MARIE JARVIS-Travel 3-45 Spanish 3-45
Transfer from Arlington High School.
SMARCY NELL JAY-Northerner Staff 35 Opening Ed-
itor 45 Blocks Fashion Board Representative 45 Gui-
dance Office Assistant 2-35 Chemistry Lab Assistant
45 American Field Service 3,4.
SUSAN LYNN JEFFRIES-Wind Ensemble 2-45 At-
tendance Office 2-45 Booster Block 2.
DAVID WILLIAM JENKINS-Panther Athletic 2-45
German 25 Travel 25 Wrestling 3-45 Review Typing 3.
ROBERT M. JENKINS-Panther Athletic 2-45 Pep
Band 25 Band 2.
PETER M. JEWETT-Panther Athletic 2-4.
JAMES KELLY JOBES-Football 2-45 Wrestling 3-45
Golf 2-45 Panther Athletic.
BRENT ARLYN JOHNSON-Panther Athletic 3-45
Intramurals 2-45 Language Lab Assistant 25 Student
Council 45 Student Council Alternate 2.
JAMES MILTON JOHNSON III-Track 45 Panther
Athletic 35 Chess 3.
KATHLEEN RENE JOHNSON-Panther Athletic 25
Booster 25 Poetry 35 Shakespeare 35 Dramatics 3.
Class of I 969
'WILLIAM JOSEPH JOHNSON-Football 2-3: Wres-
tling 2-4: Junior Class Council: Junior Spectacular:
Gym Assistant: Panther Athletic.
RlAtVID L. JOHNSTON-Panther Athletic 3: Industrial
MARCIA ANN JONES-Madrigals 3: Girls' Ensemble
4: Knitting 2: Panther Athletic 2-3.
'JANE ELLEN JORDAN-Band 2-4: Baton Corps
3-4: Junior Spectacular: Knitting Vice-President 3:
Student Council Alternate 3: Spanish 3.
STEVEN BLAIR KAFORKE-Panther Athletic 3-4:
Aquarium 3: Biology 4: FBLA.
LESLIE ANN KAFOURE-Student Council 2-3: Junior
Spectacular: Gym Assistant 3-4: Panther Athletic 3:
Gym Assistant 3-4.
BRUCE LEE KAMPLAIN-Orchestra 2-3: Stage Band
2-4: Fall Musical 2: Key Club 3-4.
ABBEY KAPLAN-Panther Athletic 2-3: Travel 4:
Spanish 4: Senior Girls League.
'SUSAN LEA KAPPES-Panther Athletic 2-4: Booster
Block 2-3: Junior Spectacular 3: Gym Assistant 3-4:
Annual Staff 4: AFS 3-4.
JULIE LYNN KEBLER-National Honor Society 3-4:
Costume 4: Stage Crew 4.
CAROL JEAN KELB-Junior Spectacular 3: Panther
Athletic 3: Attendance Office 4: Madrigals 4: Intra-
murals 3-4: A Capella.
CAROLINE SUE KELLER-Girls Automechanics 3:
CHRIS K. KELLER-Transfer from Broad Ripple High
'MICHAEL G. KELLEY-Key Club 3-4: Junior His-
torical Society 3, Vice President 4: Lab Assistant 3-4:
German 2: Science Service 3-4: Scholastic Award
KARL M. KELLOGG-Folk Music 3-4: Bell Choir 2-3:
Photography Vice President 2: Panther Athletic 3.
'STEPHANIE SUE KELSO-AFS 3, Vice President 4:
Class Council 2-3: Counterpoints 4: Junior Specta-
cular: Fall Musical 3.
'JOHN RAYMOND KENNEDY-Key Club 3: A Ca-
pella 2: Music Men 3: Counterpoints 4: Latin 2-3:
Junior Spectacular 2-3.
LESLIE E. KENNEDY-Panther Athletic 3: Junior
Spectacular 3: Junior Historical Society 3: Style
Show Commentator 4: Student Council 4.
BRUCE PATRICK KEREZMAN-Panther Athletic.
MARILYN S. KIDD-Panther Athletic 2-4: Intra-
KRISTI KIGER-Sophomore Class Council Alter-
nate: Student Council Alternate 3: Band 2-3.
'MELANIE KAYE KIKENDALL-German 2: Orches-
tra 2-4: AFS 3-4: Girls' Exercise 3: Gym Assistant
3: Booster Block 2.
'NANCY KILBURY-National Honor Society 3-4:
AFS 3-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Scholastic Award 2-3:
Yearbook Staff 4: Gym Assistant 4.
KEITH DEAN KINNEY-Printing 4: Panther Athletic
'BRIAN DOUGLAS KINSEY-National Honor Society
3-4: Tennis 2: Symphonic Band 2-4: Marching Band
2-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Astronomy 3.
'SUSAN KAY KIRKWOOD-National Honor Society
3-4: Business Education Assistant 3: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Science Department Assistant 4: English
Department Assistant 4: Style Show Model 4.
'GEORGE STEVEN KIRLES-Junior Spectacular 3:
Intramurals 2-4: Student Council 2-3: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Geology 2: Key Club 4.
JOHN D. KLINE-Panther Athletic 3.
Class of I 969 3
STEVE R. KNIGHT-Geology 25 Booster Block 35 In-
tramurals 3-45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
BARBARA ANN KOERNER-FIA 3.
DANIELA JEANE'I'I'E KOMSISKI-National Honor So-
ciety 35 AFS Exchange Student to Austria 35 Junior
Spectacular Chairman5 Panther Athletic 2-3.
ROBERT ALAN KOSCHMANN-Panther Athletic 2-45
Varsity Golf 2-45 Intramural Basketball 2-45 Letter-
"'ANNE LOREE KASTREVIC-Bell Choir 3-45 Panther
Athletic 2-35 Biology 2-35 Nurses' Office Assistant 25
Lab Assistant 45 Science Service 4.
"'KAY MARIE KRAHN-Spanish 35 AFS 3-4: Typing
25 Panther Athletic 2-45 World Culture 45 Attendance
Office Assistant 4.
PAMELA SUE KRAMER-Junior Spectacular Chair-
man 35 Counterpoints 45 Descants 35 Scholastic
SHARON ANN KRAMER-National Honor Society
3-45 Counterpoints 45 Descants 35 Junior Spectacular
'DIANE KRANICH-National Honor Society 3-45 NFL
2-4, Vice-President 35 Scholastic Award 2-35 Junior
GARY L. KREISHER-Industrial Arts 35 Electronics
2-4, President 4.
'KATHERINE LYNN KREUSSER-National Honor
Society 3-45 Girls' Ensemble 2-35 Counterpoints 45
Class Council Secretary 3-45 I.U. Honors Program in
French 35 Homecoming Queen Court 4.
JOHN DONALD KRUEGER-Student Council 35 Track
2-45 Cross Country 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-3.
RAYMOND B. KRUSE-Stage Band 2-45 Marching
Band 2-45 Bell Choir 45 Electronics 2.
"'TUULA MARIANNE KUJALA-Exchange Student
from Helsinki, Finland 45 AFS 45 Folk Music 45 Poetry
45 Medical Explorers 45 Junior Spectacular 4.
BRAD GEORGE KUBILIS-Panther At h I et i c 2-35
Drafting 2-35 Intramurals 3-4.
SHEILA DAVINE KURTZ-Madrigals 25 Descants 3-4.
Debbie Daniels receives citizenship award
A HAPPY DEBBIE Daniels accepts her cer-
tificate from Assistant Principal James Ells-
berry after being chosen as the recipient
of the DAR good citizenship award by the
girls of the senior class.
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ROBERT L. LAMB-Panther Athletic 2-45 World Cul-
ture 35 Astronomy 3.
MARGARET SMITH LANCET-Madrigals 25 Girls' En-
semble 3-45 Scholastic Award 2-35 Fall Musical 3-45
Intramurals 25 Folk Music 4.
RICHARD ERNEST LANGFORD-Baseball 2-45 Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4.
RICHARD EUGENE LANTIS-Metal Shop 35 Chess 3.
DAVID LOUIS LANTZ--Panther Athletic 3-45 Chess 2-3.
GERRI DEE LARMAN--Panther Athletic 3-45 Art 3-45
Senior Fashion Show 35 Arts and Crafts 2-45 Folk Mu-
sic 45 Journalism 2.
'I'RICHARD BAKER LASH-Chess 2-45 Panther Athle-
tic 3-45 Baseball 25 Class Council 35 Football 2-45 Bas-
CHRIS C. LATESTE-Panther Athletic 25 Attendance
Office Assistant 35 Travel 25 Shorthand 35 Typing.
JOHN RENEY LATESTE-Cross Country 25 Track 25
Class Council 25 Cross Country 3.
HENRY LAURIE-Chess 25 Poetry 25 Panther Athletic
35 Folk 3.
'HDAVID B. LAWTON-Wrestling 2-45 National Honor
Society 3-45 Lab Assistant 35 Chess 2-35 Panther Ath-
letic 3-45 Chemistry Lab Club.
TODD BRUCE LAYFIELD-Chess Team.
JOEL JAN LEBOWITZ-Panther Athletic 3.
CAROL ANN LECOCQ-Newspaper 35 American Au-
LAWRENCE S. LEHNER-Slide Rule 25 Drafting 35
Panther Athletic 3.
'i'JOY LEIMBACH-Reserve Cheerleader 3, Varsity 45
Junior Prom Queen: Christmas Dance Court 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 2-45 Gym Assistant 3.
'ROBERT E. LEMPKE-National Honor Society 3-45
Wrestling 2-45 Gold Key Award 25 German 2-45 Art 3-
45 Football 2-4.
J. RICHARD LENTZ-Panther Athletic 2-35 Intramurals
35 Boys' Industrial Arts 35 German 35 Drafting 2.
JOAN ELIZABETH LESCHOT-Class Council 2, Alter-
nate 45 Lab Assistant 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-35 Science
FREDERICK H. LESH, JR.-Air Space 25 Slide Rule 35
Science Service 3.
'I'CARL MICHAEL LESHER-Gymnastics 25 Scuba 3-45
German 2-35 Travel 35 Air Space 25 Trike Race Pit
CHRISTINE ANN LESOW-Review Typing 2-35 Span-
ish 25 Girls' Automechanics 35 International Foods 45
"'TAMARA ANN LESTER-Sewing President 35 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Descants 45 Junior Spectacular 35 Inter-
national Relations 35 A Capella 3.
'ANNE E. LEVITON-Scholastic Award 2-45 Junior
Spectacular Usher 35 Spanish 3-45 Panther Athletic
2-35 Typing 35 Travel 4.
HANINE JOY LEWIS-Student Council Alternate 35
Attendance Office Assistant 3-45 Junior Spectacular
35 Style Show 45 International Foods Vice-President 35
Clothing Vice-President 3.
i'KIM EDWARD LIGHT-Orchestra 2-45 Panther Ath-
Ietic 3-45 Debate 35 Chess 3-45 Advanced Chess 45
NDCC Drill Team.
i'BEVERLY SUE LINCOLN-German 2-35 Sewing 25
Panther Athletic 35 Intramurals 35 Booster Block 35
A Capella 3.
'i'GARY T. LINDER-Varsity Football 3-45 Student
Council 2-3, Treasurer 45 Panther Athletic 2-3, Vice-
President 45 Homecoming King 45 Christmas Dance
Court 2-35 Reserve Basketball 2.
Class ot' I969
BARBARA JEAN LINDSAY-Booster Block 27 FNA 37
"JAN D. LINGEMAN-Yearbook 3, Editor-in-Chief 47
Hoosier Girls' State 37 Girls' Ensemble 47 National
Honor Society 3-47 National Merit Letter of Commen-
dation 47 Junior Spectacular 3.
JENNIFER A. LINN-Panther Athletic 2-32 Attendance
Office Assistant 3-4.
'MARTHA DATEMA LIPSCOMB-I.U. Honors in Latin
27 National Honor Society 3, Vice-President 47 Latin
President 37 Triangle Club Award 2-37 Park Seminar7
American Authors Vice-President.
TOM ALAN LI'I'I'LE-Drafting 2-37 Panther Athletic 3.
'LYNN LIVINGSTON-Student Council Alternate 27
Panther Athletic 2-4: AFS 2-41 American Authors 2'
Art 2'4Q Arts and Crafts 2-3.
ROBERT J. LONG-Panther Athletic 2-3: Folk Music 4.
"'KENNETH F. LORCH-Sophomore Class Council AI-
ternate7 Stage Crew 2-37 Photography 27 Panther Ath-
letic 37 Debate 2'3I Junior Spectacular.
t'LlNDA JANE LORENZ-National Honor Society 3-42
Junior Spectacular 37 Gym Assistant 3-47 Folk Music
3-47 AFS Secretary 47 Student Council Alternate 3.
JAMES MICHAEL LOUDEN-IntramuraIs7 Graphis Arts.
KAREN SUE LOWE-Red Cross 37 Booster Block 27
FNA 37 Travel 3.
Seniors help reconstruct barn into gouth center
KEN BOYD LOYD-Art 3.
LEE ANNA LUCIUS-Junior Historical Society 2"3:
Panther Athletic 37 Junior Spectacular 37 Booster
Block 27 Senior Girls' League.
ROBERT HERTZ LUDINGTON.
'FDAVID H. LUGINBILL-National Honor Society 3-47
Marching Band 2-47 Pep Band 2-41 Symphonic Wind
Ensemble 2-47 Stage Band 3-47 Intramurals.
'JULIA B. LUROS-Student Council Alternate 27 At-
tendance Office Assistant 3'4: Panther Athletic 2-4:
Travel 27 Knitting 37 Senior Girls' League.
tELLYN LURVEY-Student Council 27 Panther Athletic
2-47 Junior Class Council AIternate7 Intramurals 27
Trike Race 2-47 Bookstore Assistant 3-4.
BARBARA ELLEN LUZADER-French 2-37 Panther
Athletic 2'3f Stage Crew 2-31 Intramurals.
SANDY JEANNE MACALLISTER--Folk Music 3-47 Ger-
man 37 Girls' Industrial Arts 27 Panther Athletic 2-3.
JOHN C. MACKEY-International Relations Secretary
Z 37 Panther Athletic 2-35 Government 37 Senior Class
'fMlCHAEL WILLIAM MADAWICK-Wrestling 27 Senior
Class CounciI7 French 27 Panther Athletic 27 Cross
Country 27 Fisher Body Craftsman Guild Award 2-3.
'KATHLEEN JOAN MADINGER-Junior Spectacular
Chairman7 Yearbook Staff 3, Activities Editor 47 Quill
and Scroll 3'4f Health Office Assistant 47 Scholastic
Award 27 Intramurals 4.
CHECKING ON MATERIAL for a research
paper, Senior Susan Burns scans an ency-
clopedia for pertinent information.
Seniors utilize Iibrarg for college preparation
ALLAN S. MANALAN-Photography 2-4: Scholastic
Award 2-3: National Merit SemiFinaIist 4.
'FJEFFREY LEE MARR-French 2: A Capella 2: Pan-
ther Athletic 3: Music Men 3: Junior Spectacular 3:
'ANDREA W. MARTIN-Art Crafts 2: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Trike Race 3-4: Junior Spectacular Usher
3: Fall Musical Usher 4: French 4.
CARLA GWEN MARTIN-Wind Ensemble 3-4: Knit-
ting 2: Junior Spectacular Usher 3: International
'FAITH M. MARTIN-Panther Athletic 2-4: Sopho-
more Class Council Alternate: Class Council 3-4:
French 3: Lab Assistant 4: Knitting 3.
KRISTIN MARTIN-Booster Block 2-3: International
RITA JANE MARTZ-National Honor Society 3-4:
Booster Block 2-3: Travel 4.
BILL ROBERT MARVEL-Football 2: Photography
2: Review Typing 3: Intramurals 2-3: Metals 4.
CATHERINE MASHAW-Panther Athletic 3-4: Trike
Race 3: Booster Block 3: Review Typing 2.
MARIAN CHARLOTTE MATHER-Chess 2: Academic
Games 3: German 3: Panther Athletic 3: Girls'
'TERRY L. MATHEWS-Reserve Cheerleader 2-3:
Varsity 4: National Honor Society 3-4: Christmas
Dance Princess 2: Track Princess 2: Panther Ath-
letic 2-4: Student Council 4.
MARY LEE MATHIS-Stage Crew 2-4: FTA 3-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 4.
'i'CYNTHlA JEAN MATTSON-Panther Athletic 2:
Art Crafts 2: Government 4: Scholastic Award 2-3:
Yearbook Staff 4: International Foods 3.
'JAMES SPENCER MAUS-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Stage Crew 3: Government 3-4: Intramurals 2-3:
Homecoming Float Chairman 4: Stagecraft 2.
'MELANIE JANE MAY-Symphonic Wind Ensemble
2-4: Panther Athletic 2-4: Baton Corps 2-4: Review
Typing 2: French 3: Senior Girls' League.
BRUCE MAYER-Intramural 3: Panther Athletic 2-3:
Chess 4: Travel 2-4.
Class of I 969
JOHNETTA CHRISTINE MCCAULEY-International
Foods 2-4: Knitting 3: FBLA 2: Spanish 3-4.
"'ANN MCCLELLAND-Student Council 2-3: Travel 2:
Panther Athletic 3-4: A Capella 2: Descants 3, Presi-
dent 4: Junior Spectacular 3.
SHARON ANN MCCLENNY-Panther Athletic 2-4: AFS
3-4: Girls' Exercise 3: International Relations 3-4: Art
ROGER B. MCCLURG-Transfer from Barrington High
School: A-V: Chess.
VICTORIA SUSAN MCCORD-Art 2-4: Booster Block
2: Panther Athletic 3: Attendance Office 3-4.
'KATHLEEN ROSE MCCORMICK-Northern Lights 4:
Quill and Scroll 4: A Capella 4: Spanish 2-3: Geology
2-3: Journalism 3.
DANIEL DAY MCCUEN-Student Council 3: Wrestling
3: Panther Athletic 3: Booster Block 3: International
DANIEL CLAYTON MCGEARY-Football 2-4: Panther
Athletic 3: Booster Block 3: Intramurals 2-3: Home-
coming King Court 4.
FAITH DEBORAH MCGEHEE-Band 3-4: Latin 2.
'I'SALLY ANN MCGRAW-Girls' Ensemble 4: Madrigals,
- Vice President 2-3: Panther Athletic 2-4: Junior Spec-
tacular 2-3: French 3: Folk Music 2.
tGEORGE ROBERT MCKOWN-Class Council 2-4:
Christmas Dance 2: Counterpoints 2-3, President 4:
Panther Athletic Planning Committee 2: Fall Musical
3-4: Football 2.
'DEBORAH G. MCCLARY-Counterpoints 4: Spectacu-
lar 3: Descants 3: Madrigals 2: Panther Athletic 3-4:
JUDITH ANN MCMANAMA-Orchestra 2-4: Panther
Athletic 3-4: Knitting 3-4: Girls' Exercise 3.
PEGGY DOLEEN MCMULLEN-A-V: Panther Athletic
3-4: Library Assistant 2.
TOM JOSEPH MCNAMARA-Transfer from Chatard
High School: Angler-Nimrod 3.
KAROL JEANNE MCNAY-Transfer from Howe Tigh
School: Concert Choir 3.
CATHE LYNNE MCNEESE-Panther Athletic 2:
Booster Block 2: Red Cross 3: Latin 3: French 4:
American Authors 4.
JOSEPH MICHAEL MCSWEENEY-Travel 2-3.
KENNETH R 0 B E RT MCWILLIAMS-Transfer from
Cathedral High School: FTA 3: American Authors 3:
Intramurals 4: Panther Athletic 4: Travel 4.
'HELEN MELINDA MEALY-Transfer from Sandusky,
Ohio: French 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: Scholastic
Award 3-4: Lab Assistant 4: Panther Athletic 4.
"'MARCIE ANN MEDITCH-Madrigals 2: Descants 3:
Counterpoints 4: Spanish 3: Panther Athletic 3: Lab
STEVEN D I C K MEHAFFEY-Biology 2-4: Science
Reading 2: Chess 3-4: Photography 2-3.
'ROBERT NELSON MEILI-Debate Team 3-4: Track
Manager 3-4: NFL 2-4: Spanish 3-4: Debate 4: Cross
Country Manager 4.
JOHN CHARLES MELCHER-Electronics 2: Travel 2:
Chamber Music 3: Great Music 2: Concert Band 2.
DEBORAH ANN MERKLIN-Counterpoints 4: Descants
3' International Rela I
, t'ons 3.
KAREN J. MERRITI'-Booster Block 2: Panther Ath-
Ietic 3-4: Spanish 2-3.
JANE ANN MESSERLIE-Transfer from Johannesburg,
South Africa 3: Junior Spectacular: French 3: Panther
MARY P. METZGER-Student Council Alternate 2: Art
Vice-President 3: Attendance Office Assistant 2: Span-
ish 2: Panther Athletic 2-3.
'DEBORAH JEANNE MEYER-Notehand 27 Marching
garficlr 2537 Baton Corps 47 Booster Block 3-47 French
7 A .
MICHAEL HART MEYER-Transfer from Broad Ripple
High SchooI7 Panther Athletic 37 Football 4.
ROBERT EARLE MEYER-Reserve Football 27 Resenre
Basketball 27 Panther Athletic 2-47 Typing 3.
ROBERT RICHARDSON MEYER--Scuba7 Key CIUDQ
'THOMAS H. MILCH-NFL 2-3, President 47 Student
Council 3-41 National Honor Society 3, President 47
Triangle Club Award 37 Scholastic Citation 2-47 De-
bate President 2.
WILLIAM D. MILENDER-Football 37 Track 3-47 Pan-
ther AthIetic7 Chess.
DEBBIE MILES-National Honor Society 3-47 Panther
Athletic 37 German 3-47 Travel 2,47 World Culture 4.
KRISTINA S. MILLBERN-Booster Block 27 Inter-
national Foods 27 Panther Athletic 3-47 Art 3-4.
CANDY D. MILLER-Art 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-41
Intramurals 2-4: Art Festival 4.
'CAROL MILLER-Art 37 Travel 3-47 Junior Spectacu-
lar Usher: Girls Automechanics 47 Nurse Office Assis-
JOE DAVID MILLER-Panther Athletic 2-31 Reserve
Football 2'3: Reserve Wrestling 3.
'JUDY R. MILLER-Panther Athletic 3-41 French 3-47
Junior Spectacular 37 Booster Block 27 Notehand 37
World Culture 4.
'LES C. MILLER-National Honor Society 3'4Q Re-
serve Football 37 Varsity Football 47 Student Council
47 Scuba: Panther Athletic 2-4.
'SUSAN MILLER-German 2-37 Panther Athletic 2-37
Chamber Music 2-37 Booster Block 2-37 Shakespeare
37 Knitting 2.
'SUZANNE FELTON MILLER-Junior Spectacular 37
Panther Athletic 2-32 Guidance Office Assistant 37
Tricycle Race 27 Intramurals 2-37 Gym Assistant 4.
STEVE A. MILLION-Chess Team 2-47 Advanced Chess
2'4Q Library 27 Intramurals 2-4.
'MARK CLIFTON MILLS-National Honor Society 3-4:
Student Council Alternate 2,42 Junior Class CounciI7
Junior Spectacular 37 Triangle Club Award 27 Key
PAULLA MILTON-Girls Ensemble 3-47 Sewing 2-37
Panther Athletic 2-37 Knitting 2.
'ANDREA B. MINNICH-Junior Spectacular 37 Travel
3-47 Biology 3-47 Review Typing 37 Panther Athletic
47 Intramurals 4.
MARY APRIL MINTON-Travel 27 Panther Athletic 37
MELISSA ANN MITCHELL-Spanish 2-47 Library 2'4:
Library Assistant 2-47 Girls' Exercise 3'4Q A Capella
RANDY OWEN MOGG-Art 2-47 Panther Athletic 2-4.
STUART DEAN MONICAL-Gymnastics 2-47 Intramural
Basketball 3-47 Panther Athletic 3-42 Marching Band
2-47 Track 4.
'CAROL ANN MOODY-Scholastic Award 27 Junior
Spectacular 37 Madrigals 3-47 A Capella 27 Panther
Athletic 3-47 Tricycle Race 3-4.
KATHY MARIE MOODY-Nurses Aid 3-47 Panther
DEBBIE SUE MOORE-Library Assistant 27 Gym
Assistant 37 Book Store Assistant 37 Panther Ath-
Ietic: Art Crafts 2.
DOROTHY ANN MOORE-Folk Music 2-47 Travel 2-47
Intramural Volleyball 2,47 Office Assistant 4.
EUGENE A. MOORE-Battilion Formation 2-47 Drill
Team 2-47 Rifle Team 3-47 Sophomore Class Council
Class ol' I 969 F
PATRICK B. MOORE-Transfer from Broad Ripple
High School: Great Music 3: Beginning Chess 3.
ROBERT S. MOORE-NDCC Battalion 2-4: Band 2-4.
RANDALL EDWARD MORAN-Transfer from Law-
rence Central High School: FBLA 3.
LINDA A. MORDOH-Sophomore Class Council: Ju-
nior Class Council Alternate: Health Office Assistant
3: Junior Spectacular 3.
'FJAMES L. MORGAN-National Merit Semi-finalist
4: Junior Spectacular 3: Spring Play 3: "Etchings in
Thought" Editor 4: High School Bowl Team Captain
4: Debate Team Secretary-Treasurer 4.
CAROL B. MORRIS-Panther Athletic 3-4: Sewing
3-4: Band 2.
JULIA B. MORRIS- Spanish 3: Library Assistant
3: Panther Athletic 3-4: Knitting 4.
SUSAN E. MORRIS-Booster Block 2-4: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Scholastic Award 2-3.
"'DAVlD FREDERICK MORRISON-Yearbook 3:
Sports Editor 4: FBLA 4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Folk
Music 3-4: Government 4: Photography 3.
SANDRA KAY MORROW-Panther Athletic 3: FNA 3'
Girls' Exercise 3.
'i'JOHN EDWARD MOSS-Science 3-4: Drafting 2,4:
Panther Athletic 4: Intramural Basketball 2-4: Base-
ball 2-4: Wrestling 4.
'FLYNNE HARRIS MUELLER-Student Council 2-3:
Panther Athletic 2-4: FBLA Secretary 3-4: Library As-
sistant 2: Senior Class Council Alternate: FI'A 4.
'FMICHAEL PHILIP MULLER-National Honor Society
3-4: Key Club 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: Junior His-
torical Society 3-4: Language Lab Assistant 2: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4.
JAY MURDOCK-Track 2-4: Panther Athletic 2-4:
Art 3-4' S anish 2.
CHARLES W. MURPHY-Rifle Team 2-3: Drill Team
2, Outstanding First Year Rifleman 2.
WILLIAM F. MURPHY-Latin 2-3: Debate 2-3: NFL
2: Key Club 3-4.
Seniors purchase mementos at Fall Jamboree
"SOMETHING TO REMEMBER North Cen-
traI" seems to be the desire of Karen Cage
as she and Kathy Plumb examine the var-
ious articles sold at the Family Jamboree
by members of the Triangle Club.
JACK M. MURRAY, JR.-Panther Athletic 35 Chess 25
KEITH EDWARD MURRAY-Debate 25 Debate Team
2-45 Forensics 25 Travel 3.
WKAREN SUE NAHMIAS-Panther Athletic 25 FBLA
President 35 Travel 45 Art Crarts5 Attendance Office
SCOTT ALAN NAHMIAS-Panther Athletic 2-45 Gov-
ernment 2-45 Travel 45 Intramurals 4.
TINA NEHRLING-Newspaper Staff 3, News Bureau
Editor 45 Great Music President 35 Shakespeare 35
Student Council Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 2-3.
FLORENCE GAIL NELSON-Booster Block 3-45 Inter-
national Foods 25 Notehand 25 Bookstore Assistant 2-4.
KENNETH EDWARD NELSON-Transrer from Delmar,
GARY STEVEN NEUMANN-Transfer from Warren
Central High SchooI5 Panther AthIetic5 Spanish5 Travel5
VIRGINIA LAKE NEVISON-Art 25 French 3-45 Pan-
ther Athletic 3-45 Senior Girls League5 Knitting 2.
JOHN ALLEN NICE-Panther Athletic 3-45 Stage Crew
ROBERT A. NICHOLS-Scuba 3, President 45 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Air Space 25 Junior Class Council Alter-
i'DOUGLAS MARTIN NIE-Student Council 2,45 Ju-
nior Class Council5 Key Club Historian 3-45 FBLA Vice-
President 3-45 Intramurals 2-45 Junior Historical So-
Qeniors combine forces to produce Talent Show
ROLF ERIC NIIRANEN-Exchange Student from Hel-
JANICE ELAINE NOBLE-Stage Crew 2-45 Reperyory
Company 45 Library Assistant 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-35
DEBORAH DEANE NOEL-Panther Athletic 2-45 Art-
Crafts 35 Office Assistant 4.
NAMES E. NOLAND-National Honor Society 3-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Language Lab Assistant 3-45 Ju-
nior Spectacular 35 Key Club 3-45 Scholastic Citation
SARAH L. NOLTE-Folk Music 2-45 Travel 2-35 Intra-
murals 2,45 Scholastic Art Award 25 Art 4.
DEBORAH ANN OBERHOLTZER-Panther Athletic 2-45
Travel 25 Guidance Office Assistant.
THOMAS PATRICK O'CONNOR-Panther Athletic 2-45
Intramurals 3-45 Chess 2-3.
STEPHEN BRUCE ODLE-Panther Athletic5 FBLA.
MIKE J. O'DOWD-A Cappella 2-45 Boys Industrial
'i'PATTI LEE O'HEREN-Fall Musical 3-45 Counter-
points 45 Junior Class Council5 Business Office Assis-
tant5 F'I'A5 Descants 3.
'FNANCY SUSAN O'KANE-Junior Spectacular 35 Class
Council5 Panther Athletic 2-45 Gym Assistant 3-45 Style
DENISE LAYNE OLDHAM-Transfer from Arlington
Class ol' I 969
"'MOLLl DUSKIN OLIVER-Fall Musical 4: Junior
Spectacular 2,4, Act Chairman 3: I.U. Honors Pro-
gram to Italy: Student Council 3, Secretary 4, Alter-
nate 2: Wasson's High School Fashion Board 4: Na-
tional Honor Society 3-4.
JACQUELYN RUTH OLTHOFF-Knitting 2: Travel 2:
International Foods 2: Girls' Exercise 3.
'HUDITH ANN ORME-Panther Athletic 2-3: Concert
Choir 2: French 3: Madirgals 3: Government 3: AFS 3.
"'RlTA MARIE ORMSBY-Stage Crew 2-4: French 3:
Scholastic Award 2-3: Panther Athletic 2-4: Jr.-Sr. Girls'
Exercise 3: Typing 2,4.
MARYETTA JUDY OVERTON-FNA 2: Clothing 2: Girls'
Exercise 2-3: Knitting 2-3: Girls' Industrial Arts 2.
'FJACQUELINE ANN PAGEL-Attendance Office Assis-
tant 2: Panther Athletic 2-4: Booster Block 2-4: Home
Ec Style Show 2: Intramurals 2: Junior Spectacular
'DEBORAH D. PARK-Junior Spectacular 3: Student
Council Alternate 3: Gym Assistant 3: Attendance Of-
fice Assistant 2-3: Yearbook Staff 4: Scholastic Award
'WILLIAM T. PARKER-Football 2-4: Wrestling 2-4:
Gym Assistant 3: Junior Historical Society Historian
3: Panther Athletic 2-4: World Culture 3.
CHET W. PARNUM-Intramurals 2-3.
DOUGLAS ALAN PARRISH-Transfer from Broad Rip-
ple High School: Student Council.
'JOHN H. PARRISH-Panther Athletic 3-4: Intramur-
als 3-4: Biology 2: Chess 2: Government 3: Photog-
RICK S. PASSO-Panther Athletic 2-4: Folk Music 2-4:
Library Assistant 3: Intramural 2-4.
GARY PASSON-Chess 3-4: Student Council 2: Intra-
mural Football 3-4: Panther Athletic 4.
'FJANE EILEEN PATTERSON-Band 2: Concert Choir
2: Orchestra 3-4: Madrigals 3: Girls' Ensemble 4: Boos-
ter Block 2.
'PJUANITA IRENE PATTERSON-Style Show 4: NFL
2-3: French 2-3: Panther Athletic 4: Trike Race 4:
'RONALD LEE PATTERSON-Drama 3-4: Fl'A Presi-
dent 3: International Relations 3: Folk Music 4: A-V
Assistant 3: Fall Musical 2.
DAVID EUGENE PATTON-Junior Class Council Al-
ternate: Football 2: Track 3-4: Angler-Nimrod 3: Chess
'KENT EUGENE PAULIN-Angler-Nimrod 3-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4: Chess 2: Travel 2: Intramurals 2-4:
Booster Block 4.
WILLIAM STANLEY PEDERSON-NDCC Battalion 2:
NDCC Rifle Team 2: Panther Athletic 3-4: Folk Music
3-4: Industrial Arts 3-4.
REBECCA SUE PENDLETON-Panther Athletic 2-4:
Booster Block 2-4: Guidance Office Assistant 3-4.
DAVID W. PENNEY-Panther Athletic 3-4: Angler-
Nimrod 3: Intramurals 3-4.
"'HARRY ALTON PENNINGTON-Cross Country 2-4:
Reserve Track 2, Varsity 3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4:
Orchestra 2-4: Lettermen's Club 3-4: Intramurals 2.
tDAVID ROBERT PERKINS-Student Council 2-3: Na-
tional Honor Society 3-4: Panther Athletic 2: Key Club
3: Folk Music 3-4: Scholastic Citation 2-3.
'ROBERT L. PERLSTEIN-Varsity Track 2-4: Debate
Vice-President 3: Student Council Alternate 2: Junior
Class Council: Cross Country 2-3: Journalism Secre-
TOM JAMES PETERS-Panther Athletic 3-4.
'STEVEN ERIC PETERSON-Fall Musical 2-4: Junior
Spectacular 2-3: Glee Club 2: Panther Athletic 3: Coun-
terpoints 2-4: Track 3.
'CHRISTY PFEIFFER-National Honor Society 3-4:
Drama 2-3, President 4: Newspaper 3, Page 2 Editor
4: Stage Crew 2-4: Thespians 4: Quill and Scroll 3-4.
STUDIOUS CENTRALITES Pam Drake,
Charlotte Carr, and Sherry McClenny con-
centrate under the the watchful eyes of a
group of hippies painted by Harry Davis.
Paintings done by various local artists are
hung in the Student Center during the year.
Paintings create relaxed atmosphere for study
'FJAMENE PHILLIPPE-National Honor Society 3-45
Baton Corps 2-45 Junior Spectacular 2-35 French
2.4, Secretary 35 Sophomore Class Council5 Girls'
State Alternate 3.
MARSHA LYNNE PHILLIPS-Drama 2-35 Spanish
2-35 Art 25 Panther Athletic 2-3.
tSANDARA PHILLIPS-Junior Spectacular 35 Atten-
dance Office Assistant 3-45 Panther Athletic 2-45
Travel 2,45 Senior Girls' League5 Government 3.
MARY FRANCIS PIGG-Library Assistant 2.
t'DARRELL C. PIKE-Panther Athletic 2-45 Varsity
Football 2-45 Intramurals 2-45 Lettermens' Club 3-45
Gym Assistant 3-45 Baseball 2.
'GARY PITTENGER-National Honor Society 3-45
Hoosier Boys' State Alternate 35 Varsity Basketball
3:-45 lsettermens' Club 25 Scholastic Award 2-45 Key
VICKY L. PLATTS-Booster Block 45 Knitting 35 Great
Music 35 Great Books 25 French 2-3.
PATRICIA NELL PLOPPER-Folk Music 35 Govern-
ment 35 Panther Athletic 35 Descants 4.
"'KATHRYN ANN PLUMB-A Capella 45 Trike Race 35
Intramurals 35 Booster Block 25 Panther Athletic
3-45 World Culture 3.
LINDA J. POSTLETHWAITE-Panther Athletic 35
Travel 25 Student Council Alternate 25 Spanish 35
Girls' Exercise 3.
REBECCA LYNN PO'l'l'ER-Panther Athletic 3-45
Booster Block 2-35 Scholastic Award 2-45 Style Show
tMlCHAEL CHARLES PRA'I'T-Science Service 45
Band 2-45 Key Club 3-45 German 2-45 Panther Ath-
, Ietic 45 Lab Assistant 4.
JOYCE LYNN PRICE-Latin 2-45 Booster Block 25
Panther Athletic 3-45 FNA 35 Lab Assistant 4.
DENNIS JAMES PRITCHARD-Track 35 Football 3-45
Panther Athletic 2-45 Intramural Basketball 2-4.
'ROBERT KENNETH PRUITI'-Cross Country 2-45
Track 2-45 Student Council 2-35 Junior Spectacular
35 Angler-Nimrod Secretary 35 Scholastic Award 2-3.
CYNTHIA ROCHELLE PRYOR-Panther Athletic 2-35
Junior Spectacular 35 Sewing 35 Attendance Office
Assistant5 Transfer from Shortridge High School.
Class of I 969
LARRY STEPHEN PRYOR-Panther Athletic 2-35 Chess
35 Intramurals 2-3.
SCOTT E. PYLAT--Panther Athletic5 NDCC Color
"SUE PYLE-Scholastic Citation 2-35 Panther Athletic
3-45 Folk Music 35 Art Scholarship 45 Junior Spectacu-
lar Usher 25 Travel 2.
BECKY LYNN QUERY-Knitting 2-35 Future Nurses 2-
ERIC TODD QUINTO-Mu Alpha Theta 3-4, President
45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Chess 2.
MELINDA SUSAN RABER-Folk Music 35 Wind En-
semble 2-45 Art 35 Panther Athletic 35 Stage Crew 25
Junior Spectacular 3.
BRENT L. RAGER-Panther Athletic 3-45 Intramurals
45 Typing 3.
RICK R. RAINS-Chess 25 Government 2-45 Latin 35
Panther Athletic 3-45 Angler-Nimrod 4.
DOUGLAS ALAN RAMAKER-Football 2-45 Baseball
25 Wrestling 2.
TRIESA DIANNE RAMER-Repretory Company 3-45
Drama 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-4.
MARC RAPHAEL-Advanced Chess 25 German 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 35 Varsity Golf 35 Chem-X 3.
VICKI LYNN RARDIN-Class Council Alternate 25 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Trike
Races 2-35 Spanish 4.
GREGORY ALAN REDISH-National Honor Society 3-45
Junior Spectacular 35 Intramurals 2-45 Junior Class
Council 35 Scholastic Award 2-3.
DEBBY KAYE REED-Orchestra 2-45 Latin 35 Knitting
35 GirI's Glee Club 2.
DAVE EDWIN REEL-Football 25 Track State Champion
35 Lettermen 3.
CHERIE JO REID-Transfer from Bay High, Bay Vil-
lage, Ohio5 FTA 45 Drama 4.
CAROL MARIA ANN REIFERS-Sophomore Class
Council5 Junior Spectacular 35 Tennis Intramurals 35
Panther Athletic 3-45 Trike Race 2-45 Junior Class
KAY IREAN REISING-French 2-35 Panther Athletic
2-45 Knitting 35 Booster Block 25 Review Typing 45
FREDERICK FRANK REISSNER-Panther Athletic 2-4
NANCY JEAN REKLAU-Panther Athletic5 Review Typ-
ing5 GirI's Glee CIub5 French.
NANCY ANN RENAUTO-Stage Crew 2-45 Panther
Athletic 3-45 Typin 25 Home Econ
g . Assistant 2.
RICK RENNER-Intramural BasketbaIl5 Beginning
WSHERRY REUTER-Panther Athletic 2-35 German 25
Travel 3-45 Drama 35 Girls' Automechanics 45 Review
DOROTHY JEAN REYNOLDS-FNA 3-45 FTA 2-45 Pan-
ther Athletic 3-45 Booster Block 25 Clothing 3.
JERRY W. REYNOLDS-Electronics President 3.
LYNN ALISON RHAMY-FNA 2-45 Clothing 2-35 Pan-
ther Athletic 35 Travel 45 Audio-Visual Secretary 2-4.
MICHAEL RICHARD RHODES-Chess 35 Panther Ath-
letic 35 Intramurals 3.
"'JUDY RICHTER-Junior Class Council AIternate3
Panther Athletic 2-33 Bookstore Assistant 2-43 Art
Crafts 23 Senior Class Council AIternate3 Style Show
Model Alternate 4.
'FLESLIE LYNN RICKETTS-National Honor Society 3-
43 Panther Athletic 2-43 Travel 23 Scholastic Award
2-43 Intramurals 33 A Capella 3.
SUSAN D. RILEY-Panther Athletic 2-43 French 2-43
Student Council Alternate 33 Senior Class Council.
EDWARD LEE ROACH.
MIKE STEPHEN ROACHE-Transfer from Kentucky3
Panther Athletic 2.
STEPHEN GARRETT ROACH-Art Crafts 23 Advanced
Chess 23 Panther Athletic 3.
'FDEBORAH ROBERTS-Panther Athletic 2-43 Art Crafts
23 Girls' Exercise 33 Student Council 2-3, Assistant
Secretary 43 Junior Spectacular 33 Bookstore Assistant
tJOHN RUSSELL ROBERTS-Science Reading 23 In-
tramurals 3-43 Folk Music 3-4: Panther Athletic 3-42
Scuba 3-43 Aquarium 3.
BRENDA JOYCE ROGERS-Booster Block 2-4.
HAROLD EDWIN ROGERS-Chess 2'3Q Academic
'l'WILLIAM NICHOLAS ROGERS-French 3-43 Panther
Athletic 33 Travel 43 Biology 43 Scholastic Citation 33
MARY J. ROMAN-Travel 2-41 German 2-43 American
Authors 33 Government 43 Intramurals 3-4.
REBECCA JO ROOSE-Booster Block 23 FNA 33 Knit-
ting 33 International Foods 3.
DEBORAH S. ROSA-French 33 Panther Athletic 3-43
Travel 3-43 Drama 33 Girls' Automechanics 43 Review
Art 23 Senior Girls' League.
FLORENCE SUE ROSEN.
ROBERT DEAN ROSENBAUM-Beginners Chess 23
Advanced Chess 33 Geology 33 Slide Rule 3.
DANA ROTH-Knitting 23 World Culture 33 Great Mu-
sic 33 Junior Class Council3 Junior Spectacular.
PHILIP ROUDEBUSH-Lab Assistant 33 Intramurals
2-43 Panther Athletic 3-43 Science Service 33 Geology 2.
MARY WARREN RUDDELL-Booster Block 23 Intra-
murals 23 Latin Secretary 33 FNA 33 Clothing 3.
'FKRISTINA SUE RUSCH-National Honor Society 3-43
Clothing 33 Panther Athletic 3-43 Intramurals 2-43 Gui-
dance Office Assistant 33 Junior Spectacular 3.
TOM RITTER RUSSO-Travel 2-43 Junior Historical
Society 33 Government 4.
JOHN THOMAS RYAN-Panther Athletic 3-43 Travel
43 Intramurals 3-43 Chess 4.
MIKE COLE RYAN-Folk Music 23 Chess 33 Great
'l'ANNE'I'l'E SACKS-National Honor Society 3'4: Hoo-
sier Girls' State 33 Junior Prom Decorations Chairman
33 International Foods Vice President 33 FNA Secretary
33 Student Council Alternate 2.
SUSAN LYNNE SANDERS-Panther Athletic 33 Atten-
dance Office Assistant 3.
NANCY SANDERSON-Girls' Automechanics 23 Pan-
ther Athletic 2,4I International Foods 3.
JOHN MARK SAUER-Panther Athletic 2-43 Electronics
23 Drafting 2-3.
STEVEN RONALD SAX-Drafting 2-33 Slide Rule 23
Panther Athletic 3.
Class of I 969
'SUSAN MAE SCHAEFER-Folk Music 2-3: Student
Council 3-4: Student Council Alternate 2: FNA Vice-
President 3: Descants 3: Fall Musical 2.
tFREDRICK ALLEN SCHAEFER-Folk Music 2-3,
President 4: World Culture 3: Junior Spectacular 3:
Fall Musical 4: Poetry President 4: Music Men 4.
"'NANCY LEE SCHERER-National Honor Society
3-4: Quill and Scroll 3-4: Yearbook Staff 3, Produc-
tion Editor 4: French 2-4: Government 3-4: AFS 2-4.
'DEBRA-K. SCHERNEKAU-Sophomore Class Coun-
cil: Student Council Alternate 3: Girls' Automechanics
2: Panther Athletic 3: Bookstore Assistant 3-4: Senior
Class Council Alternate.
'GREGORY P. SCHLEGEL-National Honor Society
3-4: Sophomore Class Council Chairman: Cross
Country 2-4: Track 2-3: Junior Class Council Presi-
dent: Junior Historical Society 2-3, President 4.
'FTERRI M. SCH LOSSBERG-International F o o d s
President 2: Booster Block 2: Junior Spectacular 3:
Guidance Office Assistant 2-4: AFS 4: Health Careers
4: Reading Lab Assistant 4.
LOUIS GREG SCHNEIDER-Photography: Aerospace:
Chess: Panther Athletic: Intramurals.
WALT SCHNEIDER-Beginning Chess 2-3: Panther
Athletic 4: Junior Historical Society 4: Government 4.
H'KAREN SCHNUTE-Student Council Alternate 4:
Junior Class Council Alternate: Folk Music 4: Panther
Athletic 3-4: Orchestra Secretary 4: Intramurals 3.
'l'MILES D. SCHROEDER-Music Men 4: Fall Musical
4: Folk Music 4: Stage Crew 2-4: Intramurals 2-4:
Junior Spectacular 3: Geology 2-4.
"JULIE ANNE SCHUBERT-Quill and Scroll 3-4:
Panther Athletic 2-3: AFS 3-4: Art 2: Yearbook Staff
3, Album Editor 4: Ball State Journalism Workshop.
BENICE SCHUCHMAN-International F o o d s 2:
Clothing 2: French 3: Travel 2-4: AFS 4.
Senior homeroom F I 62 wins l968 Trike Race
'MARTHA JANE SCHULDT-Booster Block 2: Girls'
Glee Club 2: AFS 3-4: French 3: Panther Athletic 3:
National Merit Letter of Commendation 4.
ROBERT KEITH SCHUMAN-Electronics Vice Presi-
dent: Scuba 3-4: Travel 4: Intramurals 4.
JOHN ANDREW SCHUYLER-Panther Athletic 2-3:
Travel 2: Geology 2: FBLA 3.
MARIELLEN SCHWARTZ-Panther Athletic 2-4: Re-
view Typing 3: Junior Spectacular Usher 3: Guidance
Office Assistant 4.
"'LINDA SUE SCHWINDLER-Panther Athletic 3-4:
Trike Race 3-4: Guidance Office Assistant 4: Style
Show 4: Booster Block 4: Knitting 2.
ROBERT BRADLY SCOTI'-Panther Athletic 2-4: Lab
Assistant 3-4: Intramurals 2-4: Spanish 3.
'LAURA M. SELIG-French 3-4: Yearbook Staff 3-4:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Junior Historical Society 2:
Junior Spectacular Usher 3: Ball State Journalism
'FRANCIS MARK SENEGAL-National Honor Society
3-4: Student Council 3: Tennis 2-3: Junior Spectacu-
lar 3: Gymnastics 4: Senior Class Treasurer.
ERIC BUERT SERVAAS-Panther Athletic 3-4: Junior
Spectacular 3: Scuba 4: Intramurals 4.
'BRADLEY L. SEXAUER-National Honor Society
3-4: Lab Assistant 3-4: Science Service 3-4: French
3-4: Science Seminar 4: Key Club 4.
"DAVID A. SHADINGER-Panther Athletic 3: Ad-
vanced Chess 2-4: Key Club 3-4: Red Cross 3, Coun-
ty President 4: Marching Band 2-4.
SUSAN ELAINE SHANNER-Art 2-4: Spanish 2:
Stage Crew 2: Travel 3: Girls' Industrial Arts 3.
JAY PHILLIP SHARP-Panther Athletic 35 Travel
2-45 Spanish 25 Pep Band 2-45 Marching Band 2-45
Symphonic Wind Ensemble.
CHARLANE SUE SHAW-Sewing 25 Panther Athletic
2-45 Girls' Exercise 3-45 Review Typing 25 Senior
Girls' League5 Gym Assistant.
KAY ELLEN SHEARER-Panther Athletic 35 Baton
Corgsg Tricycle Race5 Notehand 35 Junior Spectacu-
lar - .
CRAIG D. SHEDER-Panther Athletic 4.
'MICHELLE JOAN SHEEHAN-Student Council 25
Junior Class CounciI5 Senior Class Council AIternate5
Style Show 45 Gym Assistant5 Scholastic Award.
SUSAN MARIE SHEPFER-National Honor Society
35 French 2-35 Travel 3.
MICHAEL SHEPHERD-Junior Spectacular 3.
LYNN AMY SHERIDAN-Transfer from Dover, New
'SANDRA MARSHA SHERMAN-Class Council Al-
ternate 25 Folk Music 2-45 Scholastic Award 2-45
Madrigals 25 Girls Ensemble5 Fall Musical 4.
DIANE SHIELDS-Transfer from Washington High
FRANK ARTHUR SHIRLEY-National Honor Society
3-45 Stage Band 2-4.
WILLIAM DAVID SHUBA-Intramurals 35 Key Club
35 French 35 Panther Athletic 2-3.
'PATRICIA JEAN SHUTE-Counterpoints 45 Scholas-
tic Award 2-45 Fall Musical 35 Junior Spectacular 35
Class Council 2,45 Folk Music 2.
ELLIOTT C. SIGAL-National Honor Society 45 Mu
Alpha Theta 35 Key Club 3-45 Student Council 25
Drill Team 2.
PAULA ANNE SIGO-Panther Athletic 3-45 Review
Typing 45 Gym Assistant 4.
'SHERYL MARIE SILCOX-Panther Athletic 2-45
Notehand 35 French 35 Band 2-45 Senior Girls
League5 Tricycle Race 2-4.
'MAUREEN JOYCE SILVER-Sophomore Class Coun-
cil AIternate5 French 2-35 Travel 2-45 Panther Athletic
25 Style Show 45 International Relations 4.
'ROBERT SILVER-Student Council 35 Sophomore
Class Council Alternate5 Intramurals 2-35 Panther
Athletic 2-35 Lab Assistant 35 Tennis 3.
DENNIS STEPHEN SILVERSON-Chess 25 Review
Typing 25 Panther Athletic 35 FBLA 3.
JAMES M. SIMMONS-Travel 25 Panther Athletic 35
Angler-Nimrod 35 Intramurals 35 Art Crafts 2.
CLEVE A. SKELTON-Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel
25 Intramurals 3-45 Photography 35 Chess 3.
THOMAS W. SKELTON-National Honor Society 3-45
Mu Alpha Theata 3-45 Science Projects 35 Panther
Athletic 35 Review Typing 25 Academic Games 3.
SUSAN ANN SKIDMORE-Student Council Alternate
25 Scholastic Award 25 Pit Orchestra 35 Latin 2-45
Marching and Symphonic Bands 2-4.
'MARILYN JANE SKINNER-Library Monitor 3-45
Intramurals 2-45 Booster Block 2-45 Panther Athletic
3-45 Girls' Industrial Arts 2.
JAMES M. SLAUGHTER-Assistant Drum Major 3,
Drum Major 45 Junior Class Council Alternate5
Great Music 35 American Author 35 Panther Athletic
'JOAN E. SLAUGHTER-French 2-35 Student Coun-
cil Alternate 35 Panther Athletic 2-45 Intramurals 3-45
Junior Spectacular Usher 35 Senior Class Council
'DANIEL SCOTI' SMITH-National Honor Society
3-45 Boy's State Alternate 35 Counterpoints 2-45
Football 2-45 Wrestling 2-45 Quartet 2-4.
DAVID MICHAEL SMITH-AFS 3-45 Panther Athletic
Class of I 969
JUDITH ANN SMITH-Panther Athletic 27 Girl's
Auto Mechanics 4.
'l'MELANEE F. SMITH-Bookstore Assistant 2-47
Class Council 37 Panther Athletic 2-4: Junior Spectac-
ular Usher 37 Style Show.
PAMELA SUE SNIDER-Knitting Vice President 37
Booster Block 27 Girls' Auto Mechanics 47 Panther
LYNN MARIE SNOVER.
DEBRA LEE SNYDER-Panther Athletic 2-4: AFS 3-
47 Junior Spectacular 3.
ANDREA SOEBE-Student Council 2,4, Alternate 37
Art 27 Scuba 3-42 Panther Athletic 2-41 Prom Ticket
RANDY LEE SOLECKI-AV 3-41 Scuba 3-4.
JUDY COLETl'E SORDEAN-Girl's Ensemble 2-47
Panther Athletic 3-4: Spanish 3.
'FDEBORAH LEE SPEAKE-Journalism 27 Debate 27
NFL 2-47 Newspaper 37 Folk Music 3-4: Stage Crew
ROBERT E. SPECKMAN-Panther Athletic 2-47 Chess
3-4: Intramurals 2-47 Computer 2.
'l'ANNE MARIE SPEICHER-Orchestra 2-42 Madrigals
2-31 Fall Musical 37 Scholastic Award 2-47 Junior
Spectacular 47 Folk Music 4.
NELSON NORMAN SPIEGEL-Panther Athletic 2-37
Graphic Arts 2-3.
SKENT OWEN SPRECHER-Advanced Chess 2-3:
Military History 27 Folk Music 3-42 Panther Athletic
3-41 Intramural Rifle Team 37 Astronomy 3-4.
'l'CYNTHlA LOUISE SPURGEON-Shakespeare 2'4I
Government 47 German 2-37 Scholastic Art Award7
Poetry 47 Chess 4.
fl'CYNTHlA ANN STACKHOUSE-Descants 47 Scho-
Iastic Award 2-37 Mu Alpha Theta 3-4: Panther Ath-
letic 3-4 AFS 3,42 Government 3-4.
LUCINDA ANN STEDFELD-French 37 Transfer from
Pike High School7 Junior Historical Society 47 Gov-
ernment 47 Travel 4.
Seniors take time
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off to pay a visit to St. Nick
D0 YOU BELIEVE IN SANTA CLAUS? Se-
niors Polly Wise and Suzanne Miller seem
to as they sit on the jolly old man's lap at
the Glendale Shopping Center and tell him
just what they want for Christmas.
'LOUISE STEINMETZ-National Honor Society 3-4:
Thespians 3, President 4: Mu Alpha Theta 3, Secre-
tary 4: Stagecrew 2-3, Vice-President 4: l.U. Honors
Program, France: Triangle Club Award 3.
BRUCE STEPHANOFF-Junior Spectacular 3: Panther
Athletic 3-4: Chess 2-3.
MARY T. STEPHENSON-Knitting 2: Travel 2: Chess
3: Panther Athletic.
MICHAEL EDWARD STERNBERG-Wrestling 3: March-
ing Band 2-3: Dance Band 2-3.
'FEDWIN B. STERNER-Orchestra 2-4: Counterpoints
3-4: National Honor Society 3-4: Junior Spectacular
Act Chairman: Fall Musical 3-4: Key Club 4.
JOHN TYLER STEVENS-French 2-4: Stage Crew 2:
Travel 2: Panther Athletic 3-4: Government 3-4.
'PAMELA S. ST. JOHN-National Honor Society 3-4:
Senior Class Council: Homecoming Queen Court: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4: Girls' Ensemble 4: Junior Prom
CHARLES ERNEST STOCKSDALE-Travel 2-3: Panther
JUDY ANN STONE-Intramurals 2-4: Folk Music 3:
Booster Block 2-3, President 4.
"PATRICIA ANN STONE-Student Council 2-3: AFS
3-4: Marching Band 2-4: French 2-4: Senior Class
Council: Panther Athletic.
Upperclassmen participate in mock legislature
STEVEN JAY STONE-Panther Athletic 4.
ROBERT ALAN STONER-Student Council Alternate
2: Gymnastics 2-4: Folk Music 2-4: Biology 2-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4.
"'MARY DICKSON STONESIFER-Red Cross 3: FNA
3: Panther Athletic 3-4: Stage Crew 4: Lab Assistant
4: French 4.
'BRADLEY N. STOOPS-National Honor Society 3-4:
Track 2-4: Cross Country 3-4: Mu Alpha Theta 3-4:
Panther Athletic 3-4: Government 3-4.
'KATHLEEN ANN STORMS-Girls' Glee Club 2: Boos-
ter Block 2: Knitting 3: Panther Athletic 3-4: Girls'
Concert Choir 3: A Capella 4.
'ANNE DENISE STOTLER-Concert Choir 2: Panther
Athletic 2-4: French: Junior Spectacular 3: Internation-
al Foods 4: Fl'A 4.
GREGORY BLAIR STOVALL-Panther Athletic.
lgEl'lAH R. STRAUSS-Orchestra: Stage Band: Pep
"'TI-IOMAS CHARLES STRICKLAND-National Honor
Society 3-4: Junior Spectacular 3: Government 2-4:
Zagther Athletic 2-4: German 2-3: Scholastic Award
CLARE STROBEL-Booster Block: Folk Music 3-4:
BETTY LEE STROUPES-Panther Athletic 3-4: French
2-3: Advanced Typing.
MICHAEL STEPHEN SULLIVAN-NDCC 2-4.
Class of I969
JOYCE M. SUMMERS-Booster Block5 Panther Athle-
tic5 International Foods: Spanish.
STEVE W. SUTTON-Reserve Golf 25 Intramural Bas-
ketball 2-45 Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 4.
PATRICIA LYNN SWEENEY-Transfer from Lafayette,
Indiana5 Stage Crew 4.
SUSIE TALLEY--Transfer from Evansville, Indiana.
tALAN CHARLES TANNENBAUM-Panther Athletic 2-
35 Aquarium Treasurer 35 Intramurals 2-35 French 25
Academic Games 35 Air Space 2.
CHRISTOPHER KENT TANSY-Chess 25 Geology 35
Panther Athletic 35 French 2.
'FCHARLES H. TATE-Reserve Football 25 Reserve
Track 25 Newspaper 3-45 Geology President 35 Panther
AthIetic5 National Merit Letter of Commendation.
'l'DENISE GWEN TAYLOR-Travel 25 Student Council
Alternate 25 Descants 35 Junior Class Council5 Panther
Athletic 35 Counterpoints 4.
DOUG A. TAYLOR-Gymnastics5 Folk Music5 Panther
'l'SALLY ANN TAYLOR-Travel 25 Girls' Glee Club 25
Knitting 25 Panther Athletic 35 Great Music 35 Geology
RON LEWIS TERRY-Panther Athletic 25 Travel 35
Folk Music 45 Electronics 4.
JOHN BRADFORD THACKER-Panther Athletic.
'i'JANlE SUE THOMAS-Sophomore Class Council5
Student Council 35 Guidance Office Assistant 35 Scho-
Iastic Award 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-45 Style Show
LASALLE THOMPSON, JR.-Cross Country 2-45 Track
2-45 Basketball 25 Panther Athletic 2-3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4.
"'TERESA ANN THOMPSON-NFL 2-45 Debate 25
Speech 3-45 French 2-45 Geology 35 Panther Athletic
'I'TERRl JEAN THOMPSON-Student Council 45 Pan-
ther Athletic 2-45 Yearbook 45 Booster Block 25 Geolo-
gy 35 Clothing 3.
BARBARA SUE THOPY-Panther Athletic 3.
KATHY MARIE TOFFOLO-Drama 2-35 Girls' Exercise
35 Costume Crew 45 Make-up Crew 45 Home Econo-
mics Assistant 3.
LAURA L. TONEY-Travel 25 Spanish 2.
MARK E. TOWER-Wind Ensemble 2-45 Marching Band
2-45 Pep Band 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 Travel 45 Re-
view Typing 3.
'l'DALE ELLEN TRAUGOT'I'-Forensics 2-35 NFL 2-3,
Secretary-Treasurer 45 Panther Athletic 2-35 Jr. His-
torical Society 45 Spanish 35 Lab Assistant 4.
JOHN THOMAS TRAVERSO-Panther Athletic 35 ln-
tramurals 25 Chess 2.
ROY HOWARD TRESTER-A-V Assistant 2-45 Yearbook
KAREN TRICE-Fl'A5 Clothing.
'TERRY ANN TUCK-Junior Spectacular Usher 35
Spring Sports Dance Decorations 35 Junior Prom Dec-
orations 35 FBLA 2-35 Girls' Automechanics 35 Booster
Block Vice-President 4.
TIMOTHY JOSEPH TULLY-Football 2-35 Wrestling 35
German 35 Panther Athletic 3.
SANDIE LEE TURNER-Transfer from Carmel, Indi-
WARREN C. TUTWILER-Junior Class Council5 Gym
Assistant 3-4: Intramurals 3-4.
THERESA JEANNE UPDEGROVE-Thespians 3, Sec-
retary 4: Stage Crew 2-4: Costume 3-4: Junior Spec-
tacular 3: French 3.
DEBBIE LYNN VAN BRIGGLE-International Foods
2: Travel 3.
'JAMES ADDISON VANCE-Junior Spectacular 3:
Travel 2: Panther Athletic 3-4: Key Club 3-4: Wind
Ensemble 2-4: Folk Music 4.
CINDY LOU VESTAL-Guidance Assistant 2-4: Gym
Assistant 3: Panther Athletic 3: Intramurals 2-4:
Booster Block 2: Scholastic Award 2-3.
STEVEN B. VICKERY-Panther Athletic 3: Advanced
Chess 3-4: Travel 2-4: Government 4: Slide Rule 4.
i'WlLLlAM K. VINTON-Varsity Basketball 3-4: Pan-
ther Athletic 3-4: Reserve Cross Country 2: Inter-
national Relations 3: FBLA 3: Letterman's Club.
JOHN ARTHUR VON FANGE-Chess Team 2-4: In-
tramurals 3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: Advanced Chess
BETSY JANE VONSPRECKELSEN-Panther Athletic
JAMES ROBERT WAELTZ--Angler-Nimrod 4: Biology
4: Panther Athletic 4: Transfer from South Park
RHONDA ANN WAGMAN-Student Council 2: Junior
Class Council: Panther Athletic 2-4: Bookstore Helper
4: Art 4: Travel 4.
MELODY ANN WAGNER-Panther Athletic 3: FBLA
JAMES C. WAHL-Electronics 2-4: Key Club 3-4.
'RONALD STEWART WAIFE-National Honor Society
3-4: Debate Team 3, President 4: NFL 2-4: Key
Club 2-4: Junior Spectacular Lead 3: Daily Announce-
'MICHAEL WALDNER-Reserve Basketball 2: Cross
Country 2: Student Council 2: Panther Athletic 2-4:
Safety Council 3, Chairman 4: Student Council Al-
JAMES D. WALLACE-Key Club 2-3, Secretary 4:
Scuba 3-4: Panther Athletic 3-4: German 2: Intra-
KATHLEEN WALLACE-Booster Block 2: Panther
Occupied classroom forces phgsics "sit-in"
Class ol' i969
"'DONALD M. WALLER-National Honor Society 3-45
Junior Spectacular 35 Science Seminar 2-45 Key Club
Vice-President 3-45 Mu Alpha Theta 3-45 National Mer-
it Semifinalist 4.
'kELIZABETH S. WALLER-National Honor Society 3-45
Stage Crew 3, Secretary 45 Junior Spectacular Chair-
man5 Orchestra 2-45 Government 35 French 3.
'PKATHRYN CAROL WALLS-National Honor Society
3-45 Orchestra 2-45 Folk Music 2-45 Panther Athletic
3-45 Senior Style Show Model5 Senior Class Council.
"'CHARLEEN PAULA WALTON-Panther Athletic5 Folk
Music5 NDCC Sponsor5 Clothing5 French5 Girls' Auto-
GARY LEE WARD-Drafting 2-3.
BARBARA SUE WARD-Intramurals 25 Library Assis-
tant 2-45 Panther Athletic 3-45 International Foods 25
Review Typing 2.
'l'DONNA WARFIELD-Ayres Fashion Board 45 Nation-
al Honor Society 3-45 Student Council 2-35 Christmas
Dance Chairman 35 Panther Athletic 2-45 Homecoming
ueen Court 4
TONI WARMAN-Panther Athletic 2-45 Booster Block
2-45 Bookstore Assistant 2-4.
"'DlANNE WARREN-Orchestra 2-45 Madrigals 35 Folk
Music 35 Dramatics 35 A. Capella 2-35 Fall Musical 3.
GERALD JOSEPH WATHEN-Science Projects 25 Elec-
tronics 25 Panther Athletic 3.
'YDEBORAH ANNE WATKINS-Student Council 45 Pan-
ther Athletic 25 French 2-35 FTA 2-35 Intramurals 3-45
Booster Block 3.
'JAMES F. WAUGH-Junior Spectacular 35 Sophomore
Class Council5 Junior Class Council Alternate: Football
25 Track 25 lntran1urals 2-4.
STEVEN DOUGLAS WEBER-Panther Athletic 45 Bat-
talion Formation 35 NDCC 2-3.
WAY MICHLE WEHMEIER-Wrestling 25 Folk Music
3-45 Chess 2-45 Travel 25 Photography 35 Spanish 2.
PAM WEISSMAN-Booster Block 25 Panther Athletic
25 Travel 35 Spanish 3.
tDEBORAH ANN WELDELE-Folk Music 2-45 AFS 3-45
Panther Athletic 2-45 Intramurals 25 Attendance Of-
ice Assistant 45 Girls' Exercise 3.
SUZI WEST-Panther Athletic 35 Senior Class Council5
Biology 35 Guidance Office Assistant 3.
'DEBORAH ANNE WEXLER-National Honor Society
3-45 l.U. Honors Program to Italy Alternate 35 Inter-
national Relations 35 Panther Athletic 35 Booster Block
25 Drama 2.
JACK FREDERICK WHITAKER-Panther Athletic 2.
'l'CAROL DENISE WHITE-Panther Athletic 2-35 Junior
Spectacular 35 Student Council Alternate 45 Newspaper
3-45 Trike Race 3-45 Home Econ. Style Show Co-ordin-
EDNA ROSE WHITE-Choir 3-45 Panther Athletic 35
Booster Block 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Clothing 3.
STEPHEN E. WHITE-Transferred from Midland, Mich-
igan5 National Honor Society 45 Panther Athletic 45
MARILYN WHITEI-IEAD-Girls' Ensemble 2-45 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Art 3-45 Folk Music 2,4.
RICHARD ALAN WHITMORE-Graphics Arts 2-3, Pres-
DEANNA WHITTED-Panther Athletic 3-4: FNA 3-45
DENISE WHITTED-FTA 3-45 Great Books 3-45 Ameri-
can Authors 45 Travel 45 Knitting 4.
PATRICIA ANN WIGGANS-Transferred from Bloom-
field Hills, Michigan.
STEVE RICHARD WIGGINS-Key Club 3-45 Chess 2-45
Panther Athletic 3-45 Track 3-4.
PHILLIP ROY WILDER-Transfer from Anderson, ln-
BARBARA WILEY-Intramurals 25 German 2-35 Biolo-
gy 25 Gold Key Award 35 Panther Athletic 3.
'FTILLY WILHOITE-National Honor Society 3-45 AFS
3, President 45 French 2-45 Student Council Alternate
25 Senior Class Council AIternate5 Senior Girls' League.
ALBERT NEIL WILLIAMS-Wrestling 25 Intramural
Baseball 35 Angler-Nimrod 35 Panther Athletic 35
"Etchings in Thought" 3.
tDEBORAH J. WILLIAMS-Panther Athletic 2-35 Trav-
el 25 Art 35 Guidance Office Assistant 45 Notehand 45
Trike Race 4.
DONALD HOWARD WILLIAMS-Travel 25 Panther Ath-
Ietic 2-35 Arts-Crafts 2.
i'LAURlE A. WILLIAMS-Sophomore Class Council AI-
ternate5 Panther Athletic 2-45 Knitting 35 French 35
Travel 25 Yearbook 4.
'RICHARD B. WILLIAMS-Thespians 3, Vice President
45 Stagecrew 2-3, President 45 Student Council 2-35
National Honor Society 3-45 Junior Spectacular Co-
ordinator 35 Language Lab Assistant 2-4.
MICHAEL C. WILLIAMSON-Junior Class Council Al-
ternate5 Drafting 25 Intramurals 2-3.
i'DlANE LOUISE WILLIAMSON-Booster Block 2,
Chess 25 Panther Athletic 35 Great Music 35 Lab As
sistant 45 French 4.
'KATHLEEN WILLS-Student Relations Council -3-45
American Authors 3-45 Newspaper 3-45 Folk Music 2,
Intramurals 25 Journalism 3.
KATHERINE WILLS-Class Council 2-35 Intramurals
2-35 Student Relations Council 35 Russian 2-35 Junior
Spectacular Usher 3.
'NANCY WILLSON-Transfer from Canada5 Panther
Athletic 2-45 Knitting, Secretary 35 Review Typing 45
A Cappella 45 Senior Girls' League.
CONNIE LOUISE WILSON-Booster Block 25 Panther
Athletic 3-45 History Office Assistant 25 Typing 4.
ELEANOR LEE WILSON-Art 2-4, Vice-President 35
Travel 2-35 Panther Athletic 2-3.
LINDY SUE WILSON-Panther Athletic.
JAN LEE WINGENROTH-Photography 35 Latin 2-35
Panther Athletic 35 Art 4.
"'POLLY AYRES WISE-Gym Assistant 3-45 Junior
Spectacular Co-Ordinator 35 Panther Athletic 3-45 Stu-
dent Council Alternate 45 Class Council 2-35 FNA 3.
WDOUGLAS R. WITHAM-Wrestling 2-45 Panther Ath-
Ietic 2-45 Student Council 35 Key Club 35 Gym Assis-
tant 3-45 Letterman's Club 4.
'i'DEBORAH WOLFE-Booster Block 2-45 Panther Ath-
Ietic 3-45 Library Assistant 25 Newspaper 45 Biology
45 International Foods 4.
STEVE WOODARD-Panther Athletic5 Chess.
ROGER G. WOODRUFF-Panther Athletic 2-45 Woods
LANNY WAYNE WOODWARD-Algebra 35 Panther
'FKEVIN DOUGLAS WORLEY-Wrestling 2-45 Football
2-35 Panther Athletic 2-45 Travel 25 Booster Block 35
Letterman's Club 4.
'FNANCY JANE WREGE-Student Council 25 Booster
Block 25 Scuba 35 Panther Athletic 2-35 Travel 25
Homecoming Queen 4.
'VDONALD TAYLOR WRIGHT-Counterpoints 2-45 Glee
Club 25 Folk Music 45 Key Club 45 Slide Rule 45 Fall
Musical 2 4.
A ALAN JEFF WULBERT-Transfer from Chicago, Illi-
nois5 Art 35 Spanish 3.
REMINISCING OVER THE PAST three years
and thinking about what lies ahead, Senior
Jeff Marr stands alone in quiet meditation
after playing in his last football game at
I North central.
Quiet sadness prevails after last football game
MICHEAL YARE-Transfer from Stevenage, Hert-
EDITH YORK-Red Cross 2: Typing 2: Transcription
'FSANDRA FAY YOSHA-Madrigals 2: Drama 2-3-4:
Descants 3: Ensemble 4: Reading Lab Assistant 4:
Folk Music 2-3-4.
DEBBIE KAY YOUNG-Panther Athletic 3: Typing 3.
"'RlCHARD A. YOUNG-Panther Athletic 2-3-4: Boys
Booster 3: Intramural Football 3: Intramural Bowling
2: Folk Music 4: Class Council Alternate 4.
SUSAN JANE YOUNG-Typing 2: Red Cross 2: Ath-
Ietic Assistant 3: Panther Athletic 3-4: Booster Block
3-4: Intramurals 2.
TEDDY L. YOUNG-Panther Athletic 2-3-4: Orches-
tra 2-3-4: Woodwork 2-3.
'MARY A. ZACHAR-Yearbook Staff 3-4: Panther
Athletic 2-3: Girls Exercise 3: Travel 4: Future Teach-
ers 4: Library Office Assistant 2.
:CATHERINE ALFORD ZARING-National Honor
Society 3-4: Varsity Cheerleader 3-4: French Club
President 2: Panther Athletic 2-3-4: Cheerblock 2-
3-4: Student Council Alternate 3.
tKATHERlNE BRETT ZICKLER-Debate 2: Panther
Athletic 2-3: Latin Club 3: Gym Assistant 4: Shake-
speare 4: Physical Education Helper's Club 4.
:ANNE VIRGINIA ZIEGNER-National Honor Society
3-4: Quill and Scroll 3-4, Secretary 4: Baton Corps
3-4: Northern Lights, Editorial Page Editor 3, Feature
Editor 4: French Club 3-4: Government 4.
tKAARlNA A. ZIMMER-Second in State German
Contest: AFS 2: Travel 2: German Club 4: Folk
Music 4: Panther Athletic 3.
f'WlLLIAM ZIMMERMAN-Reserve Football 2: Music
Men 2-4: Key Club 3-4: Folk Music 2-3-4: Panthletic
3-4: Chess Team 2.
Seniors Not Pictured
John F. Whitaker
ANN MACKENZIE-Transfer from Corpus Christi,
DOUGLAS MADRY-Panther Athletic 2-3: Travel 2.
LINDA SUE MANGUS-Art 25 International Foods 4.
MORRIS LEE MAURER-Folk Music 3-47 Intramurals
3-4: Debate 2.
BONITA JUNE TYNER-Girls' Automechanics 35 Pan-
ther Athletic 4g Art 4: Travel 4.
Emilg Diltz chosen "Homemaker of Tomorrow"
PRINCIPAL EUGENE CLONCS samples a
culinary creation prepared by North Cen-
gals "Homemaker of Tomorrow", Emily
Nkt S9E.SBHA8m,If-:QI'?fE528X1!HS!KM llE9ii?i5lT ' -' 1 E-Hit'
CLEANING OU'I' THE AQUARIUMS and feeding its occupants in the zoology rooms are
some of the duties of Iab assistant Patty Shute.
IN PREPARATION FOR THE WINTER PLAY, Winterset, barber Tina Nehrling gives a
quick snip to a meditative Mike Fairman as Scott Lincoln waits his turn in the chair.
DOING RESEARCH for a term paper re-
quires senior Dave Cory to utilize the
library selection of materials.
Juniors tackle responsibilfg of Spec and Prom
JLJNIORS CONGRESATE ON THE Student Center steps to cram for a fourth period test,
discuss the upcoming football game, or just to converse with friends after 3b lunch.
ADMIRING TH EIR NEWLY ACQUIRED
CLASS rings of Tahitian pearl are Sandy
Vavul, Steve Lewis, and Mike McBride.
Still free from senior worries of col-
lege applications and tests, juniors
put all their originality and energy into
a productive year.
Electing class council representa-
tives and choosing class officers were
the first responsibilities of the junior
class. The class of '70 chose Jay
Berger as president: Steve Gates,
vice-president, Julie Thompson, sec-
retary: and Bob Dinnsen, treasurer.
ln December, juniors sponsored a
mixer to collect cans for needy fami-
lies for the holiday season.
ln preparation for the thirteenth
annual presentation of Junior Spec-
tacular, juniors began writing scripts
in late summer and early fall. Troupes
were assembled for cuts in January
and four acts were chosen to be pre-
sented on March 13, 14, and 15. Lisa
Sewell and Dave Gipe served as co-
ordinators for the event.
With the arrival of spring, juniors
turned towards their final project of
the year-the Junior Prom, to be held
on May 10 at the Indiana Roof.
JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL-First Row: Judy Allen, Becky Emmel-
man, Harriett Schenkmann, Madelyn Millholland, Ellen Breisacher,
Jay Berger, Julie Thompson, Steve Gates, Karin Lorch, Merrill
Stern, Diane Fleek, and Beverly Thompson. Second Row: Dave
Hullett, Barb Kammeraad, Joyce Hawkins, Laurie Robertson, Sally
Punches, Cinda Deeb, Ellen Weinbery, Linda McGraw, Fran Roth-
bard, Sharon Smith, and Jim Beitman. Third Row: Fred Tishler,
Larry Davenport, George Willis, Dave Gipe, Robert Leff, Marc Berk-
owitz, Jay Hollander, and Fidel Navarro. Fourth Row: Bill Freeze,
Doug Kniptash, Sandy Burns, Chris Wright, Martin Sebastian, Matt
Miller, Steve Perkins, Braun Grahm, and Mike Cloncs. Their spon-
sor is Mr. Patton, who provided experience for the group.
LEADING THE CLASS OF '70 are officers Jay Berger, president: Julie Thompson, secre- JUNIORS ENJOY THE ELECTRIC sound of
tary: Bob Dinnsen, treasurer: and Steve Gates, vice-president.
the Indiana Soul Train at the class party.
TAKING TIME OFF from listening to the
"Indiana Soul Train," juniors stop to pose
for a picture at the Junior Class Party.
Juniors board "Soul Train" for
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Ackman, R. Adams, T. Adams, J. Ader, B.
R. Ahlers, J. Alexander, D. Allen, G.
Allen, J. Allen, J. Allen, T. Alsop, M. Altman
P. Ammerman, R. Anderson, T. Anderson,
D. Andrews, S. Arbuckle, K. Archer, K.
Arensman, K. Armold, D. Arnold
T. Austin, T. Austin, J. Bacon, D. Bailey,
C. Baker, D. Baker, M. Baker, S. Baker,
S. Baker, P. Balay, V. Baldwin, C. Ballard
D. Bancel, M. Barber, B. Barker, M. Bar:
nett, J. Barr
J. Barton, C. Batts, G. Baugh, G. Baugh,
Beal, R. Beaman, C. Beaty, G. Becker,
Behrmann, J. Beitman, L. Bell, R. Bell,
Bell, J. Bellard, G. Belner, M. Bennett,
Class of 1970
A. Berentes, C. Berg, J. Berger, M. Berko-
witz, T. Berkowitz, J. Bernstein, D. Berry,
E. Beverly, S. Bianchini
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D. Bixler, D. Black, P. Blackburn, D. Blake,
A. Blickman, K. Blood, L. Bloom, D. Blough
K. Blumhardt, E. Bobbitt, J. Bodkin, P
Boges, S. Bohard
D. Bohenkamp, D. Bolotin, A. Bond, D.
Bond, P. Booth, B. Borton, S. Bower, L.
Bower, J. Bowers
R. Bowman, C. Bredemus, P. Bracken, W.
Bracken, S. Bradshaw, P. Branche, D. Bras-
well, E. Breisacher, L. Bridges
D. Briede, B. Brigman, C. Brock, J. Brom-
ley, S. Brooks, M. Brown, J. Browne, M.
Bruce, S. Bryan
B. Buchanan, M. Buckner, D. Budnick, C.
Bugher, A. Bundles, J. Burgess, C. Burnett,
M. Burns, R. Burns
J. Bush, G. Bushong, B. Butler, D. Butler,
R. Butler, D. Bybee, K. Cage, P. Cairns, S.
L. Calvin, T. Campbell, R. Cangela, L. Cape-
hart, T. Capehart, B. Capron, L. Carbaugh,
K. Carlin, S. Carlson
C. Carpenter, D. Carpenter, C. Carr, M.
Carr, J. Carson, A. Carter, V. Garvey, J.
Case, R. Case
D. Caswell, D. Chamberlain, G. Chandler,
J. Charles, E. Chastain, J. Chesterfield, K.
Childs, N. Christenson, l. Clair
J. Clark, K. Clark, K. Clark, L. Clark, R.
Clark, R. Clark, R. Claycombe, S. Clayton,
R. Clifford, L. Clifton, G. Cline, M. Cloncs,
J. Close, N. Coale, B. Coffey, K. Cogges-
hall, D. Cohen
D. Colby, G. Coleman, B. Collins, F. Con-
nan, J. Conner, J. Cook, P. Cooper, R.
Cooper, D. Corbin
R. Corbin, A. Cosby,
M. Cowser, B. Cox,
J. Crane, J. Cravey,
C. Court, K. Cowan,
S. Cox J. Crahan, A.
M. Crawford, S. Crays,
L. Creviston, A. Croft, K. Crouse, B. Crow-
der, L. Crowe
P. Crowther, J. Culp, G. Cummingham, S.
Cunningham, T. Cunningham, S. Curry, A.
Dalton, G. Dankert, l. David
J. Dean, S.
P. Davis, B. Dawson, J. Day,
Dean, J. Dearing, L. Dearing,
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B. Decker, D. DeCoursey, C. Deeb, M. Deer-
wester, B. DeFord, Y. Dickson, B. Dilk, P.
Dillon, J. Dine
B. Dinnsen, J. Dittrich, B. Dittus, D. Dlott,
L. Dock, D. Donham, D. Doran, J. Dorman,
D. Dottenwhy, A. Douglas, D. Douglass, M.
Downard, B. Doyle, J. Duckett, B. Dudley,
M. Dugdale, M. Duke
A. Dunn, D. Durkin, B. Dyer, G. Dyer,
S. Easley, D. Eastes, R. Eaton, T. Eaton,
M. Edmonds, M. Egan, J. Eggleston, L.
Einstandig, C. Elliott, D. Elliott, M. Elliott,
R. Elliott, R. Emery
B. Emmelman, M. Engel, L. Epstein, M.
Erganion, C. Erler, B. lrvin, J. Eschelbren-
ner, M. Evans, M. Evans
POSTERS CONSTRUCTED BY different home-
rooms as a part of Panther Pep Week attract
junior Rick Dimit on his lunch hour.
Panther Pep Week participants design posters
K. Ewing, M. Fairman, E. Falender, S. Far-
ber, T. Farmer, P. Fegley, S. Fehsenfeld, G.
Ferguson, L. Fergunson
K. Fink, G. Fisch, S. Fisher, D. Fitzerald, R.
Fitzwater, D. Fleek, B. Freeze, C. Fleming,
J. Flock, R. Fogle, K. Ford, C. Ford, S. For-
sythe, P. Fortson, R. Fortier, D. Foster, D.
J. Fowler, P. Francescon, R. Francis, J
Frank, D. Franz, P. Frattner, R. Freeman
L. Franklin, B. Freyer
N. Frigo, J. Fritz, C. Frock, R. Frye, C. Fulk
C. Funk, P. Gahan, W. Gall, T. Galvin
J. Gangstad, G. Gant, J. Gardner, V. Gard
ner, D. Garnett, A. Garrett, W. Gasper, S.
Gates, S. Gauchat
M. George, A. Gibbs, M. Gibbs, B. Gibson,
B. Gibson, A. Gillespie, D. Gillespie, B. Gil-
mer, S. Gilmore
, emo- Us
HELPING LANGUAGE LAB SUPERVISOR Max Car-
michael maintain the labs are his assistants ffront
rowj Steve Henke, Jim Noland, Steve Ham, Natalie
Schabler, Denise Beutler, Dave Gillespie, Randy
Bernstein, fback rowj John Helms, Dave Gipe, and
maintains language labs
D. Gipe, H. Glanzman, C. Gleason, M.
Glenn, A. Glick, J. Glynn, A. Goldback, K.
Goldberg, B. Golds
N. Goldstein, J. Goll, J. Goode, R. Goode,
J. Goodrich, G. Gordon, G. Goss, K. Grab-
horn, J. Gradolf
B. Graham, A. Graven, B. Gray, D. Green-
berg, J. Greenberg, J. Gregor, D. Grey, S.
Griesel, C. Griffith
D. Groner, S. Grosby, D. Gross, D. Gruble,
T. Grumme, F. Grundy, M. Gwynn, P. Hass,
D. Hadley, V. Hadley, B. Haislup, J. Hall,
P. Hall, S. Halloran, S. Ham, D. Hamaker,
S. Hamerstadt, D. Hammerstrom, J. Ham-
mond, S. Harper, S. Hampshire, S. Han,
L. Hanaway, J. Hancock, D. Handziak.
C. Hanie, T. Hansen, C. Hapak, V. Harding
H. Hargadon, J. Harley, R. Harling, T. Har-
ling, R. Harmon
Class of 1970
T. Harsin, M. Hart, T. Hart, N. Hartman
B. Harvey, L. Haskin, P. Harwell, J. Haw:
kins, M. Hayden
M. Hayden, N. Nayes, E. Heffley, J. Heichel
bech, J. Heister, P. Slemmer, C. Henderson
K. Hickinger, B. Higgins
D. Highmark, A. Hinsdale, R. Hintz, K
Hirsh, J. Hochman, R. Hodge, G. Hoffman,
A. Holland, M. Holland
J. Hollander F. Hollowa A. Holt K. Ho -
. Y. . P
kins, K. Hopkins, V. Horne, D. Horning, K
Hottie, B. Howard
S. Howard, D. Howell, E. Howell, T. Hud-
son, R. Huggins, D. Hullet, D. Humbert, B.
Humphrey, G. Hunt
J. Hutchinson, B. Hutchinson, B. Hutton
S. Hyde, T. Iles, C. lsenhaur, D. lsler, D
Jacks, R. Jackson
J. Jacobson, S. Jacobson, C. James, J.
Jenkins, A. Johnson, J. Johnson, K. John-
son, K. Johnson, M. Johnson
S. Johnson, C. Johnston, J. Jolfram, C
Jones, C. Jones, D. Jones, N. Jones, R
Jones, J. Jontz
K. Jordan, J. Jorman, C. Joslin, C. Juday,
D. Judd, J. Justice, C. Kahlmann, K. Kahn,
C. Kallansa, B. Kammeroad, W. Kane, S.
Kaplan, S. Kappes, L. Karels, M. Kasle,
E. Kassig, D. Katz
R. Katz, D. Keenan, B. Keene, M. Keith
P. Keller P. Kello S. Kell D Kem Ier:
. SS, Y. P
J. Kennedy, K. Kennedy, L. Kidney, D. Kid-
well, S. Kiewitt, B. Kikendall, J. Kimball,
0. King, J. King
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K. Kinnear, S. Klein, N. Klingman, K. Klink-
man, D. Knauer, D. Kniptash, S. Knowles,
R. Koehler, J. Koerner
A. Kohlstaedt, M. Koplos, M. Krause, D.
Kreisher, S. Krise, F. Krugman, J. Krum-
reich, C. Kunz, A. Kurtz
D. Lacey, D. Lamar, P. Lambert, N. Lan-
ders, R. Landrock, L. Lane, S. Langford,
T. Lapham, D. Laux
L. Lawrence, B. Lawson, R. Leff, D. Lef-
kowitz, S. Leininger, C. Lerman, C. Letwin,
B. Leventhal, R. Levin
R. Levine, P. Levinson, J. Lewis, S. Lewis,
D. Light, J. Lindenmuth, M. Lineback, M.
Litz, M. Lockhart
V. Loeper, R. Long, K. Lorch, L. Lotimer,
D. Louden, T. Louse, D. Loutner, M. Lov-
ing, D. Lucas
A. Lukemeyer, M. Lumpkin, D. Lurvey, B.
Lutz, S. MacAllister, S. MacArthur, D. Mac-
Dougall, G. MacLennan, M. Madawick
J. Maher, D. Mangana, C. Manifold, D.
Manson, P. Manzie, S. Marer, S. Marks, S.
Marra, C. Marsh
R. Marsh, B. Marshall, J. Mart, B. Martin,
D. Martin, D. Martin, F. Martin, E. Martz,
K. Masselink, C. Maxam, B. McArdle, G.
McBee, J. McBride, T. McCalep, T. Mc-
Campbell, C. McClamroch, C. McClung
W. McComb, P. McCord, D. McCoy, V. Mc-
Coy, H. McGehee, L. McGinnis, L. McGraw,
J. Mclntyre, B. McKinney
R. McKinney, S. McKinney, S. McMasters,
C. McPeak, S. McPeak, R. McPhail, G.
Mcphee, R. Melick, C. Melin
Class oi' 1970
K. McRee, D. Mercer, M. Mesalam, N. Mey-
er, N. Meyer, T. Meyer, D. Milender, K.
Miles, S. Miles
S. Miles, A. Miller, C. Miller, D. Miller, D.
lVliIler, J. Miller, J. Miller, J. Miller, M. Mil-
M. Miller, S. Miller, M. Millholland, B. Mil-
ton, C. Milton, H. Minton, M. Mitchell, D.
Mitchell, D. Molson.
T. Moncur, J. Montgomery, B. Moore, D.
Moore, J. Moore, M. Moore, H. Moos, P.
Moran, T. Moraec
D. Morgan, J. Morgan, P. Morman, A. Mor-
ris, W. Morrison, J. Morton, S. Moss, T.
Mote, S. Mulligan
C. Mulvaney, M. Mulvaney, B. Mumford,
C. Murduck, D. Murphy, R. Murphy, M. Mur-
ray, B. Nagey, P. Nahmias
C. Nash, F. Navarro, G. Nefouse, D. Nel-
son, B. Newby, C. Newby, J. Newman, B.
Nicely, R. Niiranen
Juniors donale their lime io recognition board
PAYING TRIBUTE to the three winter sports
as a part of Panther Pep Week, Juniors Carrie
Wray and Sally Swinford arrange a display on
the recognition board in the student center.
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Ochs, B. Ogle, M. O'Haver, M. O'Leary, K.
Ormsby, J. Osborne
S. Ostrom, F. Otto, S. Over, T. Overstreet,
J. Ozman, C. Palmer, D. Palmer, P. Palmer,
C. Parrish, S. Partridge, L. Patrick, B. Pat-
ton, R. Paustion, L. Peck, C. Peeler, D
Pelsue, G. Pendleton
O. Penn, B. Penno, D. Pepple, S. Perkins
S. Perkins, C. Peterson, K. Petersen, G
Pfau, T. Pfeiffer
D. Pickering, S. Pike, G. Pilling, S. Pitt, M
Pittenger, R. Pittman, D. Platt, J. Pochette,
D. Porter, M. Porter, L. Powell, R. Powers,
C. Pribble, C. Priddy, K. Prill, C. Prosser,
S. Punches, B. Pursinger, J. Quackenbush
M. Quarto, T. Query, M. Quirk, S. Raber
G. Rahke, N. Ramey
Junior class donates cans for charitable cause
SPENDING AFTER-SCHOOL HOURS putting
the final touches on the banner proclaim-
ing 'iHappening Harvest", Juniors Madelyn l
Millholland, Susan Marks, and Pat Tolson '
prepare for the Junior Class Party.
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A. Ramirez, D. Rardon, L. Rattlay, J.
Redmond, B. Reed, D. Reed, J. Reed, C.
Reeves, P. Reichel
S. Reiney, K. Reinschreeber, G. Renfro D
Reuss, P. Reynolds, A. Richardson, J. 'Rifl
kind, L. Rippey, B. Roberts
J. Roberts, M. Roberts, P. Roberts J
Robertson, L. Robertson, J. Robey,' cf
Robinson, M. Roby, F. Rodenbeck
C. Roesch, M. Rogers, M. Rohn, K. Roll,
B. Roller, M. Rome, B. Rosenbaum, N.
Roth, F. Rothbard
K. Rothenberger, L. Rather, B. Roundtree,
C. Roy, D. Rush, D. Russell, J. Russell,
K. Russell, S. Russel
T. Rust, H. Rybolt, J. Ryder, B. Sablotne,
J. Salge, C. Sander, B. Sanders, C. San-
tomier, C. Sarvich
S. Scales, D. Schaefer, B. Schaller, S.
Schaller, T. Scheele, H. Schenkman, J.
Scherren, S. Scherrer, P. Schiller
D. Schmidt, M. Schmidt, S. Schmink, G.
Schneider, L. Schoomer, L. Schortemeyer,
J. Schulenburg, H. Schull, A. Schulz
G. Schumaker, C. Schutte, G. Schwartz,
T. Schwenn, T. Schwenn, B. Scott, L.
Scott, G. Scudder, L. Seagren
M. Sebastin, S. Seeley, P. Segal, J. Sell,
L. Sewell, L. Shaw, N. Sherron, L. Sherry,
S. Shimmer, G. Shirley, J. Shoemaker, M.
Short, B. Showalter, P. Shull, K. Sidebot-
tom, M. Sigo, A. Simmons
J. Simmons, S. Simmons, K. Simon, K.
Sippel, V. Sissie, G. Skaato, B. Skidmore,
M. Skore, A. Skweres
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A PO'l"l'ER'S WHEEL and the working, will-
ing hands of junior Marsha Phillips turn a
piece of clay into a work of art.
Self-expression found in junior artwork
B. Slaughter, S. Smialek, D. Smith, G.
Smith, L. Smith, M. Smith, S. Smith, C.
Snover, K. Snow.
K. Snyder, D. Solotkin, L. Soltan, P. Som-
mer, S. Southard, L. Spencer, E. Spickle-
mier, C. Spiegel, D. Sputh
J. Stamp, K. Starr, S. Steckley, B. Steele,
B. Stephenson, M. Stern, N. Sternberger,
G. Stevens, B. Stevenson
D. Stewart, T. Stieman, M. Stieneker, S.
Stillerman, J. Stillwell, R. Stock, S. Stone,
A. Stonesifer, B. Stoops
J. Strahan, R. Strater, D. Streeter, B.
Strong, M. Stumpf, H. Stunkard, D. Sulli-
van, G. Sullivan, K. Sullivan
G. Summers, K. Summers, D. Summit, J.
Sumpter, B. Sundstrom, S. Sutton, W.
Sweeney, S. Swinford, S. Symmes
E. Talbot, J. Talley, K. Tamagni, B. Tasich
M. Taylor, D. Tavel, B. Thomas, G. Thomas
Class of l97O
N. Thompson, P. Thompson, T. Thomp-
son, P. Thornton, C. Tiller, R. Timberman,
E. Tindall, P. Tipping, S. Tipton
D. Tirmenstein, F. Tishler, S. Toberman,
'lg Todd P Tolson C. Toth D. Tourtellot,
1 Traugott, B. Treser '
T. Troutt, M. Truesdell, S. Tuck, C. Tudor,
B. Tully, F. Turner, C. Turney, B. Ullom,
P. Vanness S. Vavul J. Vezolles B. Vo el,
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Vogt C. Vonnegut S. Vorhies L. Wad
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dell, E. Wade
P. Wadkins, L. Wagner, M. Walker, W. Wal-
ker, J. Wallace, T. Wallace, J. Walter, L.
Ward, M. Ward
K. Warfield, B. Warren, P. Webber, P.
Weeks, A. Weikel, E. Weinberg, A. Wein-
heimer, L. Weinstein, M. Weinstein
R. Weinstein, L. West, L. Wetterlin, W.
Whitcomb, M. White, S. White, B. Whitley, L.
Whitman, B. Whitney
K. Wichser, D. Wilcox, J. Wilcurt, D. Wilgus,
B. Wilhelm, K. Wilkes, A. Williams, M.
Williams, T. Williamson
G. Willis, H. Willis, M. Wilsted, D. Wilson,
D. Wilson, G. Wilson, M. Wilson, R. Wisen-
baum, D. Woods
J. Wood, R. Wood, L. Woods, B. Woolford,
C. Wray, N. Wray, C. Wright, C. Wright,
J. Wright, M. Wright, S. Wright, P. Yare, J.
York, D. Young, S. Young, T. Young, L.
F. Zeckel, C. Zell, G. Zessin, C. Zilson, F.
Zimmerman, S. Zimmermann
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John F. Whitaker
M. Behnke, S. Beller, C. Belner, R. Booker,
L. Bower, M. Campbell, A. Carroll, B. Clus-
ter, L. Davenport
J. Dittrich, D. Duvall, N. Faircloth, E. Fal-
ender, D. Goode, R. Hodge, M. Hudson, K.
Jewell, D. Jezzard
J. Langlotz, A. Mayhew, M. McNicholas, L.
Metaxas, D. Miller, J. Miller, L. Nlock, M.
Pittenger, O. Price
C. Priddy, S. Puckett, G. Reklau, P. Rey-
nolds, S. Robertson, B. Rogers, J. Schulen-
burg, M. Shevitz, R. Steele
S. Stieneker, C. Weber, R. Wood, L. Ziska
ashion-minded Juniors create own apparel.
BASIC SEWING TECHNIQUES are utilized by
Junior Susie Klein as her home economics in-
structor, Mrs. Gemmer looks on.
PHOTOGRAPHERS ANDY FOGLE, Jim Alexander, and Tony Burrus are responsible for
taking, developing, and enlarging pictures for the newspaper and yearbook staffs.
ATTEMPTING TO CATCH A "flying saucer" while maintaining his balance on the tram-
poline requires the coordination of gym assistant Kevin Snow.
AFTER STRUGGLING COURAGEOUSLY to
stay awake a junior finally succumbs to an
hour of peaceful slumber.
The 1969 Junior Spectacular Act Chairman
are, Itop to bottomj R. Eaton, S. Dean,
C. Wright, B. Borton, M. Berkowitz, K.
Ford, P. Moorman, D. Moore, S. Baker.
OTTO FEMINGER, decked out in his direc-
tor's garb, shows his harrassment after a
long day of shooting on the lot.
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BUILDING A HUMAN PYRAMID in the gym scene for Producer Otto Femingers movie
was a simple task for students starring in "Camera-Iot".
UNAWARE OF THE shuddering girls, the boys of "Camera-Iot" continue to sing off key
in the haII at the beginning of the school day.
A musical version of a day at high
school directed by the famous pro-
ducer Otto Feminger was the plot
of "On Location: Camera-lot" written
by Sarah Dean, Kathy Ford, and
Becky Borton. The problems of pro-
ducing a movie in a high school be-
came apparent as the day pro-
gressed-even the janitors noticed.
ln the end however, the filming was
"When Your Tale's A-Draggon",
written by Sandi Baker and Peggy
Moorman used pantomime to portray
a story of a prince, a princess, a
dragon, and a serf. The prince was
to marry the princess after slaying
the dragon. Overcome with fear the
prince was unable to complete his
task. Meanwhile, a love-stricken
serf slew the dragon and won the
princess' hand in marriage.
KISSING THE HAND of his n
maide , the valian
good-by before he departs to conquer the dragon
PREPARING THEMSELVES to battle the ferocious dragon in "When Your Tale's A-Draggon"
the knights gather their swords, thing brave thoughts, and then set off.
t knight Hank Schull bids Cherri Schutte
IN "WHEN YOUR TALE'S A-DRAGGON"
John Glanton contemplates how to slay
the dragon and win the princess.
Satirizing the negative aspects of
life, "Piece of Mind", created by Rich-
ard Eaton and Chris Wright, tells the
tale of a rude, grouchy, complaining
old man who sees only the bad side
of life. He is told of a famous doctor
who can cure anything, and after visit-
ing him, finds his only hope is a new
brain. After the operation, he finally
sees the beautiful things in life.
"Tell It Like It ls" is the story of
the generation gap we are faced with
today. Composed gy Diana Moore
and Marc Berkowitz, the act expresses
the fact that the gap can and will be
closed, but only by cooperation of
I both generations. The story also
points out that neither generation is
as bad as it seems, and shows that
bridging the gap is possible.
CLOSELY EXAMINING THEIR VICTIM, Liene Karels, Ron Patterson and Steve Easley
plan a cure for Mark Miller during a scene from "Piece of Mind."
DANCERS CHRISTY MALLISON, Patti Clay, Brandt Lawson, Bart Garlotte, Carol Howe,
Nancy Wray, Larry Rother, Gary Sullivan, Nancy Ramey, Claudia Prosser, and Jeff Burris
perform steps created by Betty Dilk, Liene Karels and Christy Mallinson.
3 CHOREOGRAPHERS BE'l'l'Y DILK, Liene Kerels, and Christy Mallinson spent many hours
I creating dance routines and teaching their charges to dance.
LELE BUNDLES, Tom Campbell, Harriet Schenkman, Steve Pike, Smith Ellen Breisacher Steve Lewis Mike McBride Paula Van-
Sandy Vavul, Tom Wallace, Gene Stillwell, Lynn Waddell, Mark Ness,'Alan Gillespie, and Anne Golbaeh, "Tell It Like'It ls."
PROPPED UP ON THE SHOULDERS of Tom Wallace, Gene Stillwell assists Carrie Wray KNEELING IN PROPOSAL, Alan Gillespie
and Judy Allen in opposing "The Gap", played by Jimmy Beitman. sweet talks Linda McGraw to gain her hand.
Qophomores break tradition bg
selecting class rings in spring
Surviving the first day of school
was a tremendous accomplishment
for 1300 sophomores. After orient-
ing themselves and adjusting to high
school, Sophomore Class Council
members and officers were chosen.
Before the start of the last foot-
ball game of the season, sophomores
gathered in the Student Center for
a get-acquainted mixer. Music was
provided by The Indiana Soul Train.
Bright-colored lights and orna-
ments were carried out of storage as
sophomores traditionally purchased
and decorated the school's Christ-
mas tree in December.
As Cupid's day arrived, the class
of '71 put their "Heart and Soul"
into the annual Valentine's Dance
sponsored by the Sophomore Class
ln order to come to a general
agreement on the design of class
rings, sophomores deviated from
past tradition and began their se-
lection of the rings in the spring.
STRINGING LIGHTS ON THE Christmas
tree requires the courage of Mike Lanham.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS include Bobbi Malizia, secretary, Gary Lecocq, president,
Margot Trusty, treasurer: and Evie Sachs, vice-president. Mr. Monroe is their sponsor.
SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL-Front Row: Cathy Rogers, Julie
Dixon, Tyann Young, Rhona Fine, Bobbi Malizia, Gary Lecocq,
Evy Sacks, Margot Trusty, Bonnie Boeldt, Cathy Palasini, and Jacki
Neubauer. Second Row: Stan Collins, Martin Fogle, Paul Joslin,
Betsy McKinney, Christy Miller, Theresa Knight, Irving Sigal, John
Thompson, Jeannie Miner and Kim Alexander. Third Row: John
Helms, Kathy Richardson, Julie Houck, Cindy Deel, Laura Bader,
Jan Stephenson, Daren Chevalier, Bob Parrish and Rick Baum.
Fourth Row: Mark Wilson, Greg Smith, Steve Broaddus, Dave
Guinnup, Rick Waller, Dan English, Robin Query, Mike Lanham,
Fred Garbrecht, and their sponsor, Mr. James Monroe.
Northern Starlel-ies perform for Panther fans
CALMING THE JITTERS, Baton Corps mem-
bers Ruth Hastings, Beth Shearer, Sandy
Neese, and Jan Stephenson nervously laugh
before a halftime show.
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L. Abbott, D. Abel, D. Agnew, S. Akard, D.
Albrect, B. Aldous, J. Alexander, K. Alex-
ander, R. Alexander.
D. Alig, B. Allen, C. Amend, A. Amos, D.
Anderson, K. Anderson, M. Andrews, D.
J. Arbuckle, D. Arfman, B. Arnold, J. Arnold,
C. Arterberry, D. Arvin, S. Ashby, L. Ash-
KEFIBZ, T. Atkil'lS.
W. Aton, J. Augustin, J. Austen, G. Avery,
S. Avery, T. Ayers, T. Bass, B. Backner,
L. Bader, H. Bailey, D. Baker, R. Baldwin,
S. Ball, G. Bargahiser, D. Barlowe, G.
B. Barnhorst, J. Barrett, J. Bartlett, D. Bar-
ton, K. Batesole, G. Battram, R. Bauer, G.
Baugh, L. Baugh.
C. Baughman, R. Baum, C. Baumbach, B.
Baun, S. Bea, T. Beatty, S. Beeson, M.
Behrendt, S. Beiman.
Class of l 97 I
S. Beineke, D. Bellish, M. Belcher, D. Bel-
lon, J. Belschwender, G. Belt, A. Benjamin,
B. Bennett, K. Benvie
Berns, S. Bernstein, A. Best, B. Bibbs, J.
M. Beringer, N. Berkowitz, L. Berning,
Bishop, P. Black
R. Black, A. Blackburn, L. Blackburn, R.
Blake, K. Blakely, M. Blakes, C. Blaski, K.
Blekking, M. Blickman
E. Boards, S. Bobbit, B. Boeldt, P. Boggs,
K. Boman, E. Bond, S. Bonnette, W. Born,
B. Boya, C. Boyd, P. Boyer, T. Boyer, A.
Braitman, D. Brannan, D. Brannan, J.
Bransford, J. Bransford
L. Braums, M. Bregger, W. Brett, D. Bretz-
laff, T. Brewster, C. Bright, S. Broaddus, K.
Broderick, J. Brown
L. Brown, M. Brown, W. Brown, D. Bruce,
R. Bruce, R. Bruce, C. Bruenger, B. Bud-
denbaum, E. Bullman
S. Bunch, B. Burge, B. Burger, M. Burgy,
B. Burk, B. Burns, M. Burton, D. Butler,
J. Caine, H. Calderon, P. Calderon, H. Cam-
eron, S. Campbell, S. Cannon, L. Cantrell,
J. Carey, S. Carlin
R. Carmichael, S. Carpenter, A. Carr, J.
Carr, B. Carraway, S. Carvin, D. Casey, J.
Castle, D. Caswell
Cazee, S. Chavis, E. Cheesbourough,
Chesterfield, K. Chevalier, L. Christea,
Christena, D. Clark, A. Clarke
Claypool, G. Cobb, J. Cohen, H. Cohen,
R. Colglazier, R. Collins, S. Collins, M. Col-
vin, T. Connor
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C. Conrad, J. Cook, S. Cook, B. Cooper,
S. Cooper, J. Coraz, D. Cork, K. Cortz, H.
S. Cotton, R. Covey, K. Cox, N. Cox, D.
Crabb, D. Cracraft, D. Crafton, B. Craig,
M. Crane, C. Cravens, R. Crawford, L.
Crawshaw, C. Crays, V. Creech. A. Cronk,
R. Cullison, J. Cummins
Davis, M. Davis, D. Dawson, D. Day,
Day, D. Daye, M. Dearing, M. Dearing,
G. Devsser, A. Devor, C. Dewey, J. DiBlasio,
S. Dickinson, K. Diehl, D. Dieher, N. Dimlt,
R. Dison, J. Dixon, J. Dixon, D. Dodson,
D. Dodd, R. Dodson, C. Donnelly, B. Dor-
ste, L. Douthitt
T. Dove, J. Dowling, D. Drake, V. Dru-
ker, C. Drybread, C. Dukett, J. Durban, K.
Dunkel, R. Dunn
Effenberger, J. Elam, C. Elbert, B. Elliott,
Elliott, S. Elmore, M. Ensle, D. English,
Class of 1971
K. Farmer, M. Farr, P. Farrar, F. Farris,
R. Fasola, G. Fathman, R. Featherston,
. Feelen, D. Fehnel.
J. Fehsenfeld, A. Ferguson, S. Ferguson,
S. Ferguson, D. Fiedoral, D. Fields, D. Find-
ling, R. Fine, E. Fink.
J. Fink, J. Finneran, S. Fischer, R. Fishman,
P. Fitzmorris, K. Fitzwater, J. Flannery, P.
Fleck, D. Fieoderjohn.
K. Fletcher, M. Fogle, M. Foreman G
Forsyth, P. Fortune, D. Fowler, E. Foster,
M. Fox, P. Frampton.
J. Frank, J. Franklin, K. Franklin, M. Fran-
kovitz, J. Frattini, K. Free, F. Freed, A.
Freeman, L. Freeman.
J. Freeze, S. Fritsch, S. Fulk, M. Fuller,
J. Funk, D. Gabriel, A. Gaddy, G. Gaddy
D. Gardner, B. Garlotte, A. Garman, D. Gas-
per, D. Gates, J. Gauchat, D. Gearhart, M.
George, T. Gerholdt.
Weather maps become a "visual" aid to blind
DRAWING IN AN ISOBAR, Mark Overman
completes a weather map for earth sci-
ence. Similar charts were given to the
Blind School as "visual" aids for blind
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J. Geringer, S. Getz, B. Gibson, L. Glass-
meyer, A. Glick, K. Goddard, M. Goldfarb,
D. Goldstein, F. Goldstein
M. Goldstein, S. Goldstein, B. Goodhart, T.
Goshert, B. Grady, B. Graham, B. Green,
N. Green, R. Greene
M. Greskanp, F. Greve, M. Grimme, D.
Grumme, C. Grutzmacher, D. Guinnup, K.
Guinther, S. Guy, T. Gwinn
J. Haas, G. Haggard, L. Hale, J. Hall, R.
Hall, D. Hamilton, N. Hamilton, E. Handley,
C. Hanger, S. Harden, D. Harding, J. Har-
ker, B. Harman, S. Harper,
A. Harris, K. Harris
M. Harnis, J. Hart, D. Hartley, L. Harvey,
T. Hanley, R. Hastings, G.
Hayes, L. Hayes
N. Hedrick, B.
A. Hazelwood, M. Hedges,
Hehn, R. Heilman, K. Heimark, D. Heiliger.
B. Heller, J. Helms
G. Henderson, L. Henderson, D. Hendricks,
L. Hene, S. Henke, C. Herrick, D. Hiatt, C.
Hicks, D. Hicks
M. Hicks, S. Hiland, R. Hilbolt, G. Hill, M.
Hiner, R. Hoberman, Z. Hodes, D. Hodgson,
M. Hoffman, J. Holbrook, C. Holder, J.
Hollander, C. Holloway, K. Holloway, S.
Holmquist, S. Holsworth, S. Holtz
G. Hopkins, L. Hopkins, K. Horth, J. Houck,
L. Howald, J. Howard, M. Howard, C. Howe,
C. Hubert, K. Hudsins, D. Hudson C.
Hughes, N. Hughes, L. Hughey, R. Hughey,
D. Hulen, B. Hunt
Juniors take charge ol' planning
son, C. Hutzler, T. Hutzler, K. Ingram, M
Ingram, R. Irwin
J. Jacobs, S. James, E. Jamison, D. Jar-
rett, R. Jeffrey, M. Jenkins, D. Johnson, F.
Johnson, J. Johnson
J. Johnson, W. Johnson, P. Joslin, C. Jud-
kins, A. Julian, J. Julian, M. Justak, D. Jus-
tice, S. Kalleen
M. Kappes, B. Karay, M. Kasle, S. Kauff-
man, S. Kautz, R. Kebler, D. Kelb, S. Keller,
P. Kendall, S. Kennard, T. Kennedy, R.
Kern, M. Kernodle, K. Kesler, J. Ketterman,
P. Kinney, M. Kinsey, K. Kirkpatrick, R.
Kirkpatrick, J. Kirtley, J. Kiser, T. Kiser, S.
Klein, K. Knierim
T. Knight, B. Knowlton, M. Knue, E. Koch,
M. Koerten, C. Koplow, S. Korn, J. Kosch-
mann, P. Kotterman
JUNIORS BECKY BORTON, Pam Boges,
and Debby Franz, spend their after-school
hours in the Student Council Bookstore
making decorations for the annual all-school
Christmas dance, "Midnight Snowfall."
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UTILIZING THE MANY FACILITIES offered I
in the reading labs, underclassmen gain
valuable practice in reading skills.
Class of 1971
M. Kraay, C. Kreusser, C. Kriegbaum, N.
Krueger, R. Kruse, C. Kublnick, B. Kuder,
T. Kuhn, V. Kuhns.
B. Kunz, J. Kuszmaul, M. Labus, D. Lake,
R. Lamb, C. Lancet, D. Landers, P. Lane,
D. Langford, M. Lanham, B. Lash, D. Lassi-
ter, S. Lawall, M. Laws, D. Leander, R.
Lecky, G. Lecocq.
M. Lempke, J. Leonard, D. Leopold, D.
Lesh, J. Lesher, C. Levin, S. Levine, L.
Leviton, B. Lewis.
P. Lewis, M. Lickliter, S. Liebrich, D. Lie-
nerth, C. Light, K. Light, R. Liming, S. Lin-
coin, C. Lindstrom.
C. Lisher, M. Litton, R. Lockard, R. Lock-
hart, S. Lomasney, B. Long, K. Lotz, S.
Love, B. Luginbill.
C. Lynn, G. Lyons, J. Maas, A. MacNaugh
ton, D. Macy, S. Madden, M. Maddox, K
Mahoney, D. Maier.
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R. Malcom, J. Maliff, B. Malizia, J. Mandir,
D. Manifold, J. Mannix, K. Marlett, L. Martz,
R. Masker, N. Masslink, P. Matson, A. Mat-
ney, R. Maulden, M. Maurer, S. Maxam, O.
Mayfield, E. Mayo
M. McBroom, D. McCarty, M. McClure, K.
McConnell, J. McConville, A. McCord, C.
McCord, D. McCord, R. McCord
L. McCormick, M. McCormick, K. McCraken,
C. McDonald, C. McGahey, K. McGhee, R.
McGinnis, M. McGlasson, T. McGrath
B. McKinney, E. McKinney, K. McKinney,
J. McMaster, J. McNichols, B. McQuade,
T. McSoley, L. Mead, A. Mealy
K. Means, D. Meriweather, L. Meriweather,
P. Merklin, R. Messinger, L. Messinger, B.
Meyer, J. Meyer, J. Meyer
J. Meyer, R. Meyer, W. Midkiff, M. Milender,
M. Miles, B. Milbern, B. Miller, C. Miller, K.
M. Miller, M. Miller, M. Miller, M. Miller, S.
Miller, N. Million, D. Mills, J. Mills, J. Miner
P. Minott, P. Minx, S. Mishelow, T. Mitchell,
W. Mitchell, C. Mitkus, L. Mockelstrom, C.
MOES, M. Mogg
H. Mohr, W. Mohr, D. Monical, T. Monroe,
C. Montgomery, D. Montgomery, S. Mont-
gomery, K. Moody, C. Moore
J. Moore, S. Moore, T. Moore, T. Moore, C.
Mordoh, S. Moreau, J. Morris, M. Morris,
A. Moss, S. Moss, D. Mount, S. Mumford,
L. Murphy, D. Murray, C. Myer, R. Myers,
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S. Neese, G. Neff, B. Nelson, L. Nelson,
L. Nemes, J. Neubauer, S. Neumier, J.
Newland, A. Nickle, T. Nickleson, T. Nichol-
son, B. Niesse, J. Noble
B. Norcutt, G. Norman, J. Nurnberger, M.
0'Brien, M. 0'Connor, D. O'Dell, M. Odell,
R. Odle, K. Ogden
J. Ogle, D. Oliver, F. Oliver, R. Olthoff, D.
Osterman, F. Ottensmeyer,
Overman, M. Overman
D. Otto, E.
K. Overstreet, S. Overstreet, D. Owens, B.
Owens, D. Paetz, C. Palasini, B. Parrish, G.
Pashos, L. Passon
J. Patch, H. Patterson, R. Pane. J. Patter-
son, J. Patterson, J. Patterson, V. Paul, M.
Pearce, T. Pearcy
J. Peck, L. Peck, D. Peet, P. Pearce, E.
Penn, K. Penney, B. Perry, D. Peters, B.
K. Phillips, N. Phillip, A. Phicpot, J. Pierce,
D. Piggott, D. Pickney, T. Ping, K. Pinner,
M. Pires, S. Platt, S. Plautz,
Polley, K. Pansler, B. Powell,
D. Pratt, B. Price, N. Price,
Pryor, J. Puckett, D. Pulliam,
J. Pylat, R. Query, J. Raber,
Raikos, T. Rains, D. Ramsey, . Ranstead,
S. Rappaport, K. Rardon, D. Ratliff, R.
Ratliff, J. Rau, B. Ray, C. Reed, C. Reed, T.
if I - dancing to practice.
SOPHOMORES LORETTA RIGDON and Jim
Stone promenade in time to the calls of the gym
teachers as they put the fundamentals of square
Square dancing gets sophomores acquainted
C. Reese, D. Reifers, S. Relick, C. Rembert,
S. Renauto, N. Renner, L. Resnover, L.
Reynolds, R. Reynolds
H. Rice, B. Rich, P. Richards, R. Richards
K. Richardson, R. Richeri, L. Riddell, Lf
Rigdon, B. Riggins
A. Riggs, J. Riley, K. Riley, M. Riley, E. Rip-
ma, S. Ritchie, T. Ritchison, N. Roach, R.
B. Roberts, B. Roberts, J. Roberts, R. Rob-
erts, T. Roberts, F. Robinson, A. Roddy, C.
Rogers, D. Rogers
K. Rogers, P. Rogers, R. Roose, J. Rosen,
M. Rosenthar, J. Ross, D. Roth, J. Roy, P.
S. Rubenstein, J. Ruede, J. Russell, M.
Rust, R. Ryan, C. Ryerson, M. Rynard, B.
Sachs, E. Sacks
R. Samberg, M. Samper, K. Sauer, R. Sauer,
L. Sauter, D. Sawyer, G. Scearce, N. Schab-
Ier, L. Schiedt
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UNTANGLING A MASS OF WIRES and
bright colored lights, sophomores prepare
to adorn the school's Christmas tree as
holiday excitement reaches its peak.
Holidag cheer sparked bg festive decorations
J. Schildmeier, C. Schlaegel, G. Schmidt,
M. Schmidt, G. Schmoll, C. Schoomer, D.
Schornstein, J. Schroeder, L. Schumaker
T. Schutt, M. Schuyler, R. Schwarz, T.
Schwenn, G. Schwindler, S. Schwindler, S.
Scott, D. Seal, C. Sedberry
M. Segal, J. Segar, V. Sego, K. Servaas,
B. Shands, W. Shank, R. Shanner, B.
Shearer, T. Shelburne
T. Shepherd, M. Sherman, A. Shirley, V.
Shockley, R. Siebert, K. Sievert, I. Sigal,
L. Sigman, R. Sikora
K. Simmons, S. Simon, K. Simpson, C.
Sims, D. Sims, B. Sinex, R. Sissle, R.
Skillman, D. Smith
enberger, B. Snyder
J. Snider, B. Snyder, B. Snyder, D. Snyder
E. Solley, E. Solotkin, J. Soper, J. Sor
I dean, S. Sorensen
G. Smith, S. Smith, S. Smith, T. Smith,
R. Smoot, T. Smoots, C. Smythe, D. Snell-
Class of l97l
J. Sounlvine, E. Southwood, P. Speckman,
J. Spector, J. Spickelmier, C. Spyr, A.
Stanley, G. Stanley, M. Stark
P. Stedman, D. Steel, B. Steele, N. Steele,
S. Steetz, R. Stein, A. Steinbarger, S. Stein-
berg, J. Stephanoff
J. Stephenson, C. Stevens, R. Stevens, K.
Stevenson, J. Stewart, F. Stilwell, C. Stone,
J. Stone, J. Stone
J. Storms, T. Storm, R. Stover, P. Strauss,
R. Strickland, J. Strobel, A. Strong, B.
Stump, B. Stunkard
J. Sublett, J. Suckow, B. Sullivan, J. Sulli-
van, M. Sullivan, T. Swain, M. Swanson, D.
Sweatman, K. Swengel
V. Swenson, W. Swingler, S. Szynal, D. Tarr,
D. Tamagni, L. Tarplee, T. Tavel, D. Taylor,
Z. Terrell, S. Terry, M. Tewksbury, R. Tharp,
L. Thomas, S. Thomas, J. Thompson, J.
Thompson, P. Thompson
J. Th0Py. B. Thornburg, R. Tornes, R. Tot-
ten, V. Towen, C. Tremps, A. Tril-JP. D.
Troupa, M. Trusty
B. Tuchman, M. Tuchman, G. Turner, L.
Turner, M. Tust, C. Unemura, G. Urgo, P.
Vanarsdel, J. Vezolles
J. VonFange, M. Vonnegut, K. VonSpreck-
lesen, S. Voris, F. Wagoner, P. Wadleigh, J.
Walder, M. Wagner, M. Wagner
S. Wagner, G. Walker, M. Walker, S. Walker,
A. Wallace, R. Waller, M. Walters, S. Wam-
sley, P. Ward
J. Ward, L. Wark, F. Warner, J. Warren, D.
Watkins, J. Weakley, B. Weber, P. Weest
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Whitaker, C. White, R. White, S. White,
. Whitehead, D. Whitman, V. Wichmann,
Widduck, M. Wilburn.
Wilder, S. Wilhelm, N. Wilhoit, S. Willard,
. Willey, P. Willey, B. Williams, F. Wil-
liams, M. Williams.
S. Williamson, B. Wilson, G. Wilson, K. Wil-
son, K. Wilson, M. Wilson, R. Wiltgen, J.
Winn, T. Winter.
B. Wise, K. Woener, S. Wolf, D. Wolff, C.
Wollenhaupt, M. Wood, N. Woodruff, G.
Worley, B. Wright.
C. Wulf, R. Yates, T. Yeary, B. Young, T.
Young, P. Zeman, A. Zendell, V. Ziemelis,
M. Zuber, J. Zukerman.
R. Aikman, P. Avrand, J. Basch, J. Bland,
S. Derr, D. Diener
N. Eckel, S. Harris, G. Hess, R. Hikman,
B. Koeffler, B. Lepp, S. Lipson, J. Lozinak,
J. Maliff, M. Miller, K. Newton, M. Oglie,
N. O'leary, C. Sandane, L. Sebastain, C.
Sedam, T. Selle
J. Shipley, C. Schwartz, W. Simpson, T.
Smith, D. Stewart, B. Sugton, J. Taylor,
G. Uebelhoer, T. Walker
D. Wallace, G. Westerman, S. Wiedley, M.
Wilkes, K. Williams, D. Williamson, C. Wil-
son, J. Wllson, J. Zinak
"Personality" of class of 1971 invades NC
TAKING A BREAK FRQM BASKETBALL ACTION, sophomores discuss a previous play
Ba-cxmg both the varsity and reserve teams, the sophomores class provided plenty ol'
SPRUCE, TINSEL, AND SANTA bring a holi-
day spirit to the student center as sopho-
mores continue a NC tradition.
AS THE SOLE SOPHOMORE representative
on the reserve cheerleading squad, Bonnie
Allen relaxes during halftime.
Buging is part
of our everg-
Life is a succession of choices,
What to do and how to do it.
Among these choices,
How to spend our money.
Centralites have a wide variety
Of goods and services offered them
By the businesses we patronize
In our community.
We learn to be discriminating
Shoppers, putting to use
Newly learned economic principles,
Seeing practical applications
Of our education.
We take part in
The other side of business,
Working part-time in neighborhood
Stores to earn the money we spend.
The time we use in earning and buying
ls an important piece,
Of the pattern of our lives.
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SOMETHING SPECIAL IS COOKING . . .
. . . 'at Ben's lsland Restaurant. "The Fab Five" advise
everyone to take a group of 2 to 200 to the Island for a
14012 N. Meridian
AT DELTA TEMP CORPORATION . . .
. . . can provide you with the finest in mechanical con-
tracting and sheet metal fabrication. Colleen Grady,
Dianne DeCoursey, and Gina Rahke all believe that Delta
Temp is the best.
AT DELTA TEMP
3241 Lafayette Road
STEAK YOUR CLAIM . . .
. . . for a Bonanza of a meal. Here Dave Shaffer, head
broiler, serves Christy Miller and Steve Marra Their
delicious char-broiled steak.
5561 North Keystone Avenue
Independent Agent KLEIN picks the tailor made policy
from the best company to tit your needs.
CARL J. KLEIN
The Gorclner Agency
3833 N. Meridian Street
I Office-924-4551 Home-251-0824
'I300 E 86th ST INDIANAPOLIS IND 46240
R J RAY METZ AREA CODE 317
MANAGER 846-251 6
CHERISH IS THE WORD . . .
. . . used to describe the memories you'll create when you
send flowers. Here Stephanie Kelso, Melanee Smith, and
Linda McGraw admire one of the many plants found at
T300 E. 86th St.
ENGINEuity . . .
. . . is the key to success at The Peddlers. Tina Nehrling
and Gay Elste always go to The Peddlers for casual, for-
mal, and "out of sight" contemporary clothing.
703 Broad Ripple Ave.
JUST PICK A POINT ON THE MAP . . .
. . . and you can be sure Clayton, Coble, and Murray
has a listing in the location which is iust right for you.
Steve Clayton, Ann Strong, and Keith Murray urge you
to think of the Clayton, Coble, 81 Murray sign of quality.
6267 Carrollton Avenue
I iiltisfii I
DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT "AXE" YOUR FRIENDS!
Nancy Wrege and Kathy Moody are a couple of satis-
fied Handy Hardware customers.
HAN DY HARDWARE
6327 North Guilford Avenue
FOR THE ULTIMATE IN DRIVING PLEASURE . . .
. . . Collins Oldsmobile is always at your service. Mr.
Charles Collins approves of Sue Collins' choice of a Cut-
lass Supreme, only one of the many "Young-mobiles"
now appearing at Collins Oldsmobile.
2444 West 'l6th Street
lT'S SMART TO BE THRIFTY . . .
. . . at 5chmidt's Drugs. Susie Bohard and Karen Lorch
purchase all their cosmetics at reasonable prices.
1499 E. 86th Street
FOR THE DISCRIMINATING YOUNG MAN . . .
. . . there is always a wide variety of clothing to choose
from. John Wallace, Jim Freihoter, and Jett Burris are
admiring their choice of clothing tor a very special
6101 North Keystone Avenue
Men's Shop 253-3322
Ladies Shop 251-7022
Junior Shop 251-7307
Chilclren's Shop 251-1972
PUT A LITTLE BIT OF SOLE . . .
. . . into your life with a pair of shoes from Gooolman's
Beth Goodman, Debbie Schernekau, and Debbie Williams
appreciate the courteous service they always receive from
salesmen like Bill Kane.
1300 East 86th Street
WOULD WE "KIDD" YOU???
Marilyn Kidd, Pat Tolson, Doug Madry, Dave Louden,
Greg Nefouse, cmd Kim Crouse say no. At least not when
it's about the quality building materials you can find
at Kidd Lumber and Hardware.
1425 E. 86th Street
PHOTO REFLEX STUDIO
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HAIR TODAY GONE TOMORROW!!
Mr. Cerulli, one of eight experienced barbers, demon-
strates his professional techniques to Bill Strong.
6101 Keystone Ave.
YOU HAVE T0 DIG DEEP . . .
. . . to find better gas than Deep Rock. Marsha Johnson
and William Ullom baby Their Rolls Royce with ln-
cliana's finest gas, Deep Rock. Rolls Royce courtesy of
Hermann G. Albers.
Associated Service Company
1430 Kentucky Avenue
FOR THE "LIFE OF RlLEY" . . .
. . . launder your clothes the easy way at Michigan
Road Laundry. The dependable Maytag equipment gives
Dave Corey, John Jenkins, Steve Coates, Bill Cluster,
and Jay Simmons a lot of leisure time.
5903 N. Michigan Road
...wiTI1 N W fAshioNs
When Dorothy does a thing, she does it to death
. . . or she doesn't do it at all l And Dorothy's
really does it in todayls fashions. Discover
all thc leading names in right-now clothes
at both locations. Here, you'll find many
exclusives in Sportswear, Shoes, Coats,
Dresses, Swimwear, Prom Dresses and Accessories.
The PETITE PARLOUR features junior petite
sizes from 3 to 11 for the Mini-teen.
So do YOUR own thing with NOW fashions
from DOROTHY'S and the PETITE PARLOUR.
500' CENTERx ACROSS FROM THE SPEEDWAY
TRACK 0 LAFAYETTE SQUARE
IF YOU'RE PLANNING A MEAL . . .
. . .Take iT from Debbie Troupa and Lynn Sigmang wheTher
you choose from The varied selecTion of The food store
or The excellenT meals in The caTeTeria, remember ThaT
G8qW is always TirsT in food.
G 84 W FOOD
5940 N. Michigan Road
ONLY TERRY'S KNOW FOR SURE.
For wigs, wigIeTs, falls, and Toupees see Terry for The
finesf. Sally Taylor displays a variefy of The hair pieces.
906 Broad Ripple Avenue
WHEN YOU'RE GUNNING FOR THE BEST . . .
. . . Try The besT. Here Jack Deckard, Dave PaTTon, Cleve
SkelTon, and Don Williams size-up The siTuaTion aT The
Broad Ripple Sport Shop.
1015 EasT WesTTield Blvd.
FOR REAL COMFORT AND STYLE . . .
. . . visit Grahams ot Glendale. Steve Gates and Janie
Thomas relax after admiring the many types and styles
ot furniture at Grahams.
6101 North Keystone
IT'S A MAN'S MAN'S MAN'S WORLD!!!
Fran Rothbard and Ellen Weinberg iealously admit
that Man's World has a complete stock of clothing to
suit Jay Hollander.
1300 East 86th Street
FOR THE FINEST IN REAL ESTATE . . .
. . . see Carriage Estates. Here Sarah Nolte displays the
trademark of quality, the Carriage Estates sign.
834 Broad Ripple Avenue
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IT IS HARD TO CHOOSE . . .
. . . from the varied menu found at Stouffer's Indianapolis Inn. Lucy Capehart, Craig Capehart, Jennifer Mills, and Tom Cape-
hart are shown making the difficult selection of Stouffer's delicious cuisine. The eloquent decor adds to the atmosphere that
puts the finishing touch on a memorable evening.
STOUFFER'S INDIANAPOLIS INN
2820 N. Meridian
DINING BY CANDLELIGHT . . .
. . . is an experience enioyed at Hollyhock Hill. Suzanne
Miller and Lee Davis await in anticipafion their order
from the cornplefe menu.
25 I -2 294
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YOU'RE ON TOP WITH THE TOP DEAL . . .
. . . at Bill Kuhn Chevrolet. Dick Young and Faith Martin
are riding high with the deal they got from Bill Kuhn.
1045 Broad Ripple Avenue
HAPPINESS IS SERVING YOU!!
Free pick up and delivery, road service, and a com-
plete line of tires and accessories are only a few of the
many services offered at Sering Shell.
8602 East Westfeild Blvd.
IF ri-is snoe Fits . . .
. . . wear it. At Herschel's Westlane Shoes, Bob Perlstien
and Bill Johnston find the finest quality of shoes in the
7155 North Michigan Road
LEATHER IS GREAT . . .
. . . in any kind of weather. Neither in rain, nor sleet, nor
hail, nor bright of clay will you be out of place in leather.
Laurie Williams and Polly Boleman display an outfit
from Abigail's large inventory of women's clothing.
852 Broad Ripple Avenue
FOR THE CENTRALIZED EDUCATION . . .
. . . go to Central Business College. Tilly Wilhoite, Sandy
Dennerline, Barb Butz, Margie Alig and Carol Reiters
listen as Mr. Butz tells them the many business experi-
ences available at Central Business College.
802 North Meridian
FOR ALL YOUR ACADEMIC NEEDS . . .
. . . and art supplies, Kiger and Company is at your ser-
vice. One ot Mr. Kiger's dependable salesgirls displays
one of the many academic aids they sell.
1830 West 16th Street
ANOTHER SATISFIED CUSTOMER . . .
. . another home sold by the experienced realtors at
Tom Perkins Gallery of Homes. Here Julie Dixon and
Nan Phillips show their satisfaction with their new home.
'IOIO East 86 Street
CONSTRUCTIVE THINKING . . .
. . . leads you to Oberholtzer Construction Corporation.
Sherry Ambroz, Debbie Oberholtzer, Jill Luros, and Nan-
cy O'Kane believe Oberholtzer Construction is the very
233 North Lynn
COUNTY CHAMPS . . .
. . . turn to GATORADE for a guaranteed thirst quencher. Jack Harcourt, Duke
Hardy, Gary Linder, Gary Pittenger, and Rick Lash all know it is smart to have
plenty of GATORADE on hand after a hard scrimmage, GATORADE is distributed
exclusively by Stokely Van Camp.
STOKELY VAN CAMP
941 North Meridian Street
San Angelo, Texas
MR. DICK KENNARD
Assistant Editor-in-chief Carole Fiedler and Editor-in-chief
Jan Lingeman check picture cropping before sending a
shipment to the company.
YOU BUMP INTO EVERYBODY . . .
. . . at Atlas Supermarket. Dave Morrison and Morrie
Mauer meet each other in the middle of one ofthe many
large aisles at Atlas.
720 East 54 Street
CAN YOU AF"FORD" NOT TO BE REALISTIC . . .
. . . about buying a home or property from James E.
Ford Realtors. Kathy Ford puts the company sign in the
yard of a satisfied customer.
JAMES E. FORD
5555 North Tacoma Avenue
REAL COOL EQUIPMENT FOR THE TUNED IN
for These tuned on tlrnes Mr Van Sickle displays
the latest In electronic sound for Jan Hayden and Dee
VAN SICKLE RADIO
4131 North Keystone Avenue
at Fogel s Gentlemorfs Quarters, Incorporated. For
mens finest clothes, Mark Harshman always looks to
7127 North Michigan Road
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Our Thanks To
North Central High School
Ayres' Photo Reflex Studio
As Photographer For The
1969 Northerner led YL ca
For the finest in portrait and yearbook
Photo Reflex Studio, Eighth Floor, Downtown
THE HOOSIER BEAT GOES ON . . .
. . . with the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner, car of the year.
Hoosier is the leading high performance car dealer in this
area with a complete stock of Road Runners, GTX'S and
Barracudas. Irva and Inez David admire the sleek lines
of the Road Runner.
3700 Lafayette Road
NOBODY EVER "CLEANS" A PANTHER . . .
. L . except Curley's the ORIGINAL 1 hour cleaners. Quick,
efficient service, reasonable prices, and free coat hangers
make Curley's Cleaners the one place to go for North
1371 East 86th fNora1
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IT'S NEVER A BUM "WRAP" . . .
. . . with Zimmer Paper Products Eric Zimmer Mary
Zachar Kaa Zimmer, and Mr Karl Zimmer wrap up
their problems with Zimmer Paper Products
1450 East 20 Street
Jewelers And Stationers
North Central High School
33 I 7 West 16
John Marshall George Craven
Service Quality Depenolclbility
Abel, David R.-96
Abrams, Stephen H.-110
American Authors Club-61
AYRES, L. S.-240
BROAD RIPPLE SPORT
Business Careers Club-88
Cal Iwway, Rex-4,92, 109, 1 10,
109, 1 10,1 19
CERULLI BARBER SHOP-
Chamber Music Club-73
DEEP ROCK OIL
de Raismes, Barbara-52.53,
Folk Music Club-73
Girls' Auto Mechanics
G. AND W. FOOD GIANT
Goodman, Beth Ann--226
GRAHAM'S OF GLENDALE
Graphic Arts Club-84
Great Books Club-61
Great Music Club-73
Huffman, Charles-1 15
Industrial Arts Club-82
Jacobs Ste hen-30,31,138
Junior-Senior Girls' Exercise
KIDD LUMBER COMPANY
KIGER AND COMPANY-235
Koplos, Mary Jo-25
BILL KUHN CHEVROLET
Metal Making Club-82
Military History Club-64
Miller, Mark J.-107,110
Mu Alpha Theta-56
National Forensics League
National Honor Society
Panther Athletic Club-87
PHOTO REFLEX STUDl0
Quill and Scroll-58
Science Reading Club-57
Science Service Club-84
Slide Rule Club-57
St. John, Pamela-6,13,42,54
STOKLEY VAN CAMP-237
Thompson, La Salle-96,109,
VAN SICKLE RADIO
World Culture Club--67
ZIMMER PAPER PRODUCTS
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Mr. Rod , our advisor, o manag o :-- in calm in "dire emergencies"
and omehow keept gs going.
NEW TO PUBLISHIN OMPANY, for decip ring our layouts and cropping
Mr ick Kennard, o EWSFOTO representati for being so helpful and re-
onsive to o hes.
Y . I ICk of INTER-STATE STUDIOS wh .I ercla u n
PHOTO REFL STUDIOS for the beautiful senior and faculty portraits.
H - ' ' erger and Mr. Fred Roessler for their photography assista e.
The ac , r cooperating with staff members and being so unders nding
about tak' Ig pictures and collecting information.
Mr. Bill B nder, our student teacher, who, although he was with u nly a
few we , contributed greatly to the book and to the photogra - f.
The entir NORTHERNER staff, for their diligent work and ' - s ' .
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' ' 9 Norlbherner ' tr The future is vague-for m
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Editors ' . homore is ' ginnin
Editor-In-chief . .. .... Jan Linge n TQS , B
- 'stant Editor . . .... Carole Fie r He ms 'np e' nqto put wget
, ,. , U ' I 1 i D I l .Marcy y Scattered I s o hildhood
' um ....... .... J ulie Schu rt expene ,es
ssistant ........ Laura S ig To creat? 'S Paf m' f , I
0 anizations .... .... K athy Madin er The glun' hashm yo ms puzz
S rts ....... .... D ave Morri n p'eCe oget. e .
P duction .... ....... N ancy Sch r O"'Y,th'? oshmp ant arestm
A ertising .... .... R ichard Heilbr n 'mss' 3- ,
Jim Ha y The ex riencesa attitudes
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Staff SS' - S And th maturity th comes with
S , ell, Don Ber , Susie Bohard, Polly B n, Debbie Boring, ' te the ,
Brueckner, Heath Ianzman, Jim Kahn, Susie Ka ' , Nancy Kilbury, ry The nior has fit in e final
Jo o- orch, Cindy Mattson, Cindy Mc roch, Debbie P k, 59 I ent
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