North Central High School - Northerner Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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m MmMSM mit mmfi iif s iihiidii . ' J l c ' 1 3 1833 03143 8523 rGc 97 7, 202 In 3 nor 197 1 Jortherner " ?- ; - ' c ,? : y.- X- ' ' Ml. -v. .. - s m, ' 1 - rf,lf 1971 NORTHERNER. North Central High School ,: !,; Indianapolis. |rvi||i| Allen County Public Libraiy 900 Weteter Street PO Box 2270 Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270 Beginning . . . Contents Opening 2 Student life 6 Academics 22 Fine arts 42 Sports 58 Organizations 92 Individuals 128 Ads 228 2 — Opening A 9+udent . A person . . An individual Opening — 3 All the same yef each possessing a different Identity . . . % an % il jm It 0 my 1 i 4 — Opening 3,700 students, a union of individuals Identifying with North Central. Opening — 5 mmw 6— Safc ' e " ' u ' e ' ■s j ' - . ' ic %M« WA ' ?tl?V-.4 i ' --«4}- ' The individual Reaching out for a hand to hold Struggling to meet the demands of the 70 ' s filled with unanswered questions Seeking an identity, Searching for the answers to the questions Being a necessary part of the union of individuals at North Central. i . m.t ' m m i Mw ::- ' Mij ' Sit 1 «» • . Many activities involve N.C. students Service projects, club meetings and play rehearsals kept Central- ites busy this fall. Lockets, the girls service club gave many a chance to do something for the school. Under the direction of president Bette Perry, the girls sponsored can drives, and cleaned the windshields in the parking lot. The American Field Service club provided many N.C. students with a means to meet the ex- change students and study other countries. The president, of AFS is senior, Ruthie Meyer. Young Life meetings with sing- ing, skits, and discussion were very popular with Centralites. " BIythe Spirit, " the fall play, which required much time and patience by the cast was a success. RIGHT — " Blithe Spirit " , a tale of ghosts and seances, was presented by N.C. students. CO CM in 10 — student Life TOP — The officers of Lockets inform girls of tlie activities of the service club. MIDDLE — AFS officers lead proceedings at the meeting. LOWER — North Central students enjoy singing and rapping at Young Life. Race starts Homecoming ' 70 activities The 1970 Homecoming festivi- ties commenced witli tlie annual trike race. The Dynamic Davis Dragsters achieved first place after beating stiff competition. Following a fantastic Key Club skit, the candidates for queen were presented, and the student body was given a chance to vote for their choice for Homecoming Queen. Jody Reel, last year ' s Homecoming Queen, returned to crown her successor, Margie Koerten, during halftime at the game. At the turnabout dance, spon- sored by the Student Council, Jonathan Snyder was proclaimed king. " Out in the Country " was the theme and the Soul Messen- gers provided the music. TOP — Margie Koerten smiles with happiness as Jody Reel crowns her 1970 Homecoming Queen. BOTTOM — North Central Panther tackles Southport player at Homecoming game. 12 — Student Life student Life — 13 TOP — Senior Jerry Davis dashes to the finish line to capture first place for the Panthers. BOTTOM — At the sound of the gun, Cross Country Team members race forward. 14 — Student Life Centrali+es participate in l-M football, track Members of the Fall Tennis Team, Intramural football players, and participants of the Cross Country meets all helped make each fall sport a success. The 1970 Tennis Team cap- tured the Tennis Sectionals for the fourth consecutive year. Dave Heiliger and Greg Millis placed first in Sectional Doubles Com- petition. The senior intramural football team, Putz, captured glory and the honor of victory when they de- feated their stiff competition. They finished the season with a proud 7-0 score. The North Central Cross Coun- try Team captured second place in the county meet in spite of various illnesses and injuries. The Harriers were defeated in the meet only by Southport. Rick Sto- ver destroyed Centrals two mile record with an unbelievable time of 9:36. TOP — The 1970 Fall Tennis Team conquered first place in the Fall Sectionals; BOTTOM — Intramural football plays a big role in fall sports. Student Life — 15 TOP — A student in Mr. Russell ' s Zoology class becomes absorbed in her study of or- ganisms. BOTTOM — Pausing at her locker, senior Betsy Thornburg reflects on her nights homework. 16 — Student Life i ariety signals NC s+udent life via seminars studying is a very important part of eyery NC students ' s time schedule but plays, seminars, dances and charity projects serve to make school more enjoyable. Lockets, the girl ' s service club, along with the Key Club spon- sored can drives to help needy families. The Senior class took on a tutoring program to help chil- dren at the East Side Christian Center. The Student Council took time to set up numerous seminars throughout the year on various subjects such as Zero Population Growth, Woman ' s Liberation and student-faculty rap sessions. Doing lab work in the Chemis- try classrooms, smiling at pho- tographers, studying, talking and sharing ideas along with keeping things in repair all go along to make up North Central student life. LEFT — Julie Anderson uses the library while BELOW — classmates spend leisure time dis- cussing in the student Center. LEFT — Mr. Slater spend his time repairing North Central. ra TtK j l l mb student Life — 17 Class of ' 70 graduates; 1971 Qeniors fake over The 1970 seniors held their commencement ceremonies at the fairgrounds Coliseum. Nancy Hayes served as valedictorian and Vicki Gardner as salutatorian. " Twilight in Central Park " was the theme of the 1970 Junior Prom, which was held on May 9, at the Indiana Roof. Music was provided by the Jim Edison Dance Band. Dave Heiliger and Barb Meyer were crowned King and Queen. The seniors of 1971 took part in many of the homecoming activi- ties. Jane Thompson was the chairman of the senior class float, " Panthers Break the Cardinal Rule. " RIGHT — Barb Myer and Dave Heiliger were crowned Queen and King of the 1970 Junior Prom. TOP RIGHT — Studying is a daily neces- sity for all seniors. 18 — Student Life LOWER LEFT — Seniors participate in many activities, including building the Senior float. LOWER RIGHT — Nancy Hayes served as valedictorian of the 1970 commencement ceremon ' es. Student Life — 19 " Funny Girl " musical heads fall festival " Funny Girl " was this year ' s fall musical put on by the music department. Amy Freeman held the lead role as Fanny Brice. Jay Bursky played Nick Arnstein and Neill Rolsky portrayed Florenz Ziegfeld. Hard work and many hours of rehearsal helped make this production a success. A boutique, set up in the stu- dent center was sponsored by the triangle club. Homemade fudge, carmel apples and peanut brittle were on sale at one booth. An- other booth had North Central T- shirts, pins and charms. The booths made the school look fes- tive for the festival. RIGHT — Two of the women working at the boutique enjoy an apple before the crowd arrived. BOTTOM — The display of T-shirts and other items on sale gave students a chance to see what was being offered. 20 — Student Life Mi TOP — Fanny ' s friends are celebrating her success in the musical, " Funny Girl. " BOTTOM — Assisting in the booths was part of the fun at the fall festival. 21 — Student Life 5 ■Acadqrmcs " ■Ss " JsVvS ' f ' - ? ' The individual Becoming involved Learning to care about the situations of our times Working together through friendship to do our part Meeting people and building friendships through our activities To strengthen the union of individuals at North Central. English strives to improve study habits This year all of the English classes participated in many, varied activities. Seniors look for- ward to having class time to work on term papers, juniors enjoy the eerie works of Poe, while the sophomores went back to the time of Julius Caesar. Students improve their reading ability in Reading Lab, while other students improve speaking ability in Speech classes. •«W9 ||M TOP RIGHT — Martin Fogle receives an En- glish award from Mr. Clones. BOTTOM RIGHT — English projects show imagination and skill of students. 24 — Academics LEFT — Pupils find studying a necessity for mastering various sub- jects. ABOVE — A student monkeys around during speech class. Academics — 25 Independent siudy, labs highlight science classes The science department of- fered many new techniques to N. C. students. The drug education classes, headed by Mr. Prettyman listened to tapes and viewed many movies. Following the movies, they had a chance to evaluate them into five categories. In addition, sev- eral guest speakers visited the classes. Physiology students participat- ed in laboratory work twice a week. Along with their study of the body systems, their dissec- tions included the brain of a sheep and fetal pigs. The chemistry classes all par- ticipated in a total independent study program. With this method, students could work at their own speed and also receive more in- dividual help. students listen intently while Mr. Staver lectures to his Chemistry class. 26 — Academics TOP: After opening a clam, Jim Holdgrafer prepares a dissection in Zoology lab. BOT- TOM: North Central students rap about the problems of youth in society today. Academics — 27 Qocial Qtudies classes are involved The Social Studies Department kept up its excellent course work with many panel discussions, guest speakers and projects, all building greater understanding of one ' s past and future. Sophomores and Juniors re- lated past history to our present world situation and problems, while Seniors took an in depth look at our government at the local and national levels. Politically minded students had an excellent opportunity to re- search the candidates and their policies with many lectures and discussions by some local politicians. Panels and debates were com- mon in all the Social Studies classes as students attempted to compare and to contrast our so- ciety with those of the past and future. TOP — JUNIORS Candy Cutsinger, Natalie Giltner and Debbie Huffman make use of visual aids- BOTTOM— REPRESENTATIVES Jane Kirtley, Marsha Tewksberry, Lisa Doutlr Itt happily remember Hoosier Girls State. 28 — Academics TRAVEL I800-I8S0 lii . TOP — This interesting and informative his- tory display was seen in upper A hall. BOT- TOM — A look of distress is seen on many faces as they complete difficult history exams. Academ. ' cs — 29 ABOVE — Demonstrating the fundamentals of language lab Is senior Steve Wolf, RIGHT — Seniors Jennifer Mills and Jeannie Miner compare memories of their summer in France. 30 — Academics n 1 1 ■ BMM m H H B 4 pj BkAl K ij H H H 1 a R i 1 H f A J 1 j m HB HHH ll 1 ■l. ■1 1 ?9 B ' . ' wt ff B 1 H ' , ? ' 1 !h " , M r ' ' j.-:: ' 1 k HMI yM| 1 H 1 1 i 1 Hb r Old customs major part Of language students v ho v ish to gain knowledge about different coun- tries can enroll in any of a num- ber of foreign languages. Basic grammar skills were developed through the usage of the lan- guage lab and viev ing foreign films. More advanced classes developed a deeper understand- ing of a country ' s cultures and traditions. Fluent language stu- dents took advantage of foreign programs and traveled in France, Mexico, and Germany. Students who wished to ex- plore a language further could join one of the language clubs. During the fall, the Latin Club sponsored the second annual chariot race. German students discovered that German parties had some advantages over American ones. Many lucky Centralites feasted on a de- licious French banquet. This wide range of activities can be enjoyed by any interested lan- guage student. ABOVE LEFT — Latin students eagerly par- ticipate in the annual chariot race. LEFT — Junior Rita Alboher discusses an etymol- ogy grade with language teacher Mr. Bar- cio. Academics — 31 Math buffs add H up in 1971 A walk through the math de- partment halls of North Central would not sound very much dif- ferent from the same trip ten years ago. Teachers are still giv- ing seemingly impossible assign- ments and tests while students are still groaning with disappoint- ment or beaming with success whatever the case may be. The Math department at North Central covers a broad range of topics from basic geometry to math topics. One may take courses in general math, business math, algebra, geometry, pre- calculus, calculus, and math top- ics. Ken Cox, a senior, and John Raber, also a senior, won awards in a state math contest. Whether one is just fulfilling graduation requirements or pre- paring for a career in math the North Central math department is an excellent place to begin. TOP — Geometry students help decorate the math wing with their colorful projects. BE- LOW — Proving math can be fun Mrs. Culp ' s class chuckles with glee. RIGHT — Mr. Sharp ' s geometry students become engrossed in the study of angles and parallelograms. 32 — Academics TOP LEFT — Ken Cox and John Raber, se- niors, discuss math theories in the Student Center. Both boys were award v inners in a state math contest. TOP RIGHT — Jim Pearce, junior, demonstrates a math problem for his Algebra 5 class. Academics — 33 Vocations broaden learning at N.C. Awareness and preparation for the future were the key words for students of Practical Arts this year. Through speakers, demon- strations, special projects, and good old-fashioned learning, Cen- tralites are trained in vocations that will be valuable to them in future years. For the first time boys joined the ranks of Family Living, a course to guide the students in knowledge of marriage problems and the social role of the family. Home Management dealt with budgets, decorating and buying a home. An enlargement of classes added another period to Foods and Clothing this year. Practice makes perfect was an appropriate slogan for the boys in Electronics, Auto Mechanics, and Printing as vocational training proved to be fun as well as Interesting. ABOVE — Dan Raley prepares a silkscreen press while ABOVE RIGHT — Two students get a big charge in electronics; RIGHT — Gina Nessler practices one of the basics of clothing class. 34 — Academics Business ed program highlighfs departmenf The 1970-71 school year is an exciting one for the business de- partment. The Cooperative Edu- cational classes are gaining mo- mentum and helping NC students get a foot in various fields. Local businesses such as drug stores, clothing stores and business of- fices became exciting training classrooms for students while on the spot experience highlighted ordinary routine. Faculty mem- bers Mrs. White and Mr. Muse sponsored the program. Classes in typing and shorthand came in handy for potential secre- taries and students seeking extra points on term papers. Business law and merchandising courses helped other students gain knowl- edge in some practical aspects of life outside of North Central. The general business and bookkeep- ing classes will help many NC graduates in future job seeking. North Central ' s pre-teaching course, available to all potential teachers and students with a pos- sible interest in educational occu- pations, was carried on again this year. Many students take ad- vantage of this chance to test their interest in teaching by help- ing out as classroom assistants in schools around the North Central area. Everyone involved has found it to be a rewarding experience, whether or not they decide to con- tinue in this profession. TOP — Robin Yates, senior, practices the tech- nique of balancing records in her bookkeep- ing class. BELOW — As a part of his Depart- mental Education training course, senior Ran- dy Roose works as a cashier in McSoley ' s Pharmacy. 36 — Academics Academics — 37 ABOVE and TOP RIGHT — Sophomores en- joy a period of recreation and competition in Gym; BELOW RIGHT — Driver ' s Educa- tion teaches essential skills necessary for Indy teens. 38 — Academics N.C. 9+udenfs learn healthful living This year was the start for extramural participation by the girls. There were ten girls that participated in activities includ- ing volleyball, sv imming and gynnnastics. This progrann also include more extensive partici- pation in dance. Boys worked off energy in the usual rigorous activities of gym. Valuable lessons of team- work were learned through bas- ketball, football, and track. Health classes stressed first aid, learned about psychology and the many functions of the body. ABOVE LEFT; Stanley Cameron partici- pates in discussion during Healtin class. LEFT: Fervently studying notes before class is an everyday scene in the library. ABOVE: Junior John Morris entertains his Health class. Academics — 39 North Central students enjoy many activities 40 — Academics Ac3demics -41 MSk €m M L ' .i ' - ' - ' ' a4gm i ' M.t ' % ' . " s-X i ? s ' i - The individual Discovering new opportunities through talent Realizing the self-satisfaction that comes from a well-done performan ce Becoming a necessary part of a unit Widening our lives with new experiences Creating a union of individuals at North Central. I5 J£.si i ' ? V ' •.j, ' st - 5 . .«,,- » Counterpoints Front Row: M. Koerten, C. Scheele, J. Corey, A. Freeman, L. Riddell, A. Allison, S. Fritz, R. Forbes, B. Shanks. Second Row: J. Von Fange, G. Sinclair, D. Thomas, N. Giltner, E. Swisher, C. Bachmann, R. Maxson, C. Elbert, S. Campbell. Third Row: R. Covey, R. Strick- land, J. Pratt, J. Austen, R. Terry, D. Watkins, K. Glass, L. Baugh. Fourth Row: J. Bursky, W. Lash, K. Fant, M. Thompson, F. Stil- well, L. Conrad, J. Roberts, M. Patterson, P. Black. Counterpoints sing to success at state fair The music department retained the high standards of showman- ship set by choral groups and in- strumental groups in past years. The 36 members of Counter- points, the most select music group in the school, performed at the Indiana State Fair and were judged to be the best choral group in Indiana. The vocal groups performed for school convocations, special school programs, and also for civic, religious, and private, groups. A Christmas record and the traditional Christmas program are only two of the many achieve- ments of the music groups that have brought much distinction and honor to North Central. Experiencing " the jitters " before going on stage. Gene Stilwell attempts to reassure Ellen Swisher. First Row: C. Olson, J. Harper, J. Stone, K. Stock, C. Van Meter, W. Porter, T Pearcy. Second Rov : S. Bellard, R. Mil ler, J. Levy, S. Lincoln, B. Scott, S Neal, A. Garmon. Third Rov : M. Corne hus, D. V atson, D. Goldstein, D. Ottilie, K. Mart, D. Wray, A. Diamond, D, Mid diennas. Fourth Ro : R. Stein, J. Stew art, D. Higgs, B. Borman, R. Siebert J. Ketterman, M. O ' Brien. Fifth Row: M. McMaster, M. Gerber, M. Chumley, S. Avery, B. McDonald, J. Neff, J Schroeder. Music Men Girls Ensemble Front Row: D. Schuchman, C. Umemura, J Stogsdill, C. Pryor, S. Carlin, L. Carey, J Pierce, K. Marrs, C. Judkins, B. Krueger, V Neff, L. Geringer, S. Lyons, L. Elliott, M Kinsey. Back Row: C. Deal, S. Shadinger, C Lynn, K. Krahn, C. Sedam, D. Taylor, L. How aid, S. Scudder, W. Metzger, J. Knowles, B Clay, D. Cady, J. Lantz, J. Ziska, C. Kreusser Music groups grow as the beat goes on Deb+ones First Row: J. Munro, S. Krieger, S. Voris. Second Row: R. Kremer, M. Cameron, N. Spencer, S. Voras, S. Becker, A. Devoe. Third Row: A. Jenkins, D. Grain, M. Tewsbury, B. Matioudakis, M. Trusty, M. Blackburn, J. Samuelson, S. Wallisa, D. Gasper. Fourth Row: B. Niesse, M. Messerlie, N. Smith, S. Terry, G. Dickinson, K. Pansier, J. Capron, J. Warfield, H. Dorah. Fifth Row: J. Houck, K. Marbaker, B. Conrad, J. Hancock, K. Davidson, A. MeConnell, S. Lawall, J. Alexander, P. Tinsley, D. Pulliam. Allegros Front Row: S. Kalleen, S. Boruff. E. Freije, K. Baker, D. Gillis, A. Morton, D. Wilson, C. Stevens, L. Wark, D. Drake, B. Ping, N. Hed- rick, D. Summit, G. Schwartz, L. Liming. Back Row: J. Meyers, A. Keene, S. Schrader, B. Ping, V. Ziemelis, P. Kendall, G. McQuistion, P. Deck, J. Harper, C. Smith, B. Lawall, D. Wilson, M. Mitchell, J. Price. 46 — Fine Arts Row 1: Susan Moss, Mary Tust, Ann Co- field. Row 2: Melanie Ayre, Sue Moore, Tammy Kennedy. Row 3: Susan Sohn, Marlene Bursky, Kris Miller. Row 4: Cristy Alig, Micki Matioudakis, Jill Riedoral. Row 5; Sue Highland, Marcia Fritz, Gina Fuller. Row 6: Debbie Smith, Kathy Pryor, Jean- nie Frye. Row 7: Debbie Peet, Sharon Gillies. Row 8: Gwen Worley, Carol Os- borne, Kathy Kelso. Row 9: Jane Eaton, Vicki Sego, Maggie Carlino. Row 10: Kathy Richardson, Sally Siggins, Marina Franko- vitz, Cindy Baughman. Descants Acapella and Nor+hernaires Choirs Fine Arts — 47 Bell Choir FIRST ROW: F. Warner, S. Garrison, P. Weest, D. Gale, K. Batesole, B. Swenson, M. Bourdon, A. Steinmetz. SECOND ROW: P. Bill, B. Strater, N. Von Fange, G. Pioch, H. Sanders, R. Messinger, D. Higgs, P. Joslin. Madrigals FIRST ROW: S. Richardson, S. Fleenor, S. Sullivan, N. Shelby, C. Carl, B. Mathews, C. Donnell, M. Matlock, B. Schlegel, K. For- este, J. Johnson, D. Krugman, N. Beal, D. Merrell, L. Ogle, M. Power, D. Dapra, V. Vincent, A. McGriff. SECOND ROW: J. Graven, L. Smart, K. Martin, C. Wright, Y. Gregory, L. Kiser, B. Batrich, K. Bayless, L. Schneider, N. St. John, E. Jamisen, S. Chapman, T. Parham, M. Maxwell, B. Chernoff, E. Tomlinson, J. Williams, S. Williams, W. Enkema. THIRD ROW: P. Gornes, V. Lyons, J. Oblinger, J. Acheson, J. Herman, K. Tracy, S. Behrmann, J. Burd, W. Schwartz, P. Elliott, A. Matney, J. Bailey, K. Peck, L. Clark, S. Hapak, M. Wesselman, D. Baughman, P. Dice. 48 — Fine Arts Yule spec+acle heightens mood of good cheer Creating a realm of fantasy, Sugar Plum Fairies Evelyn Solotkin, Susie Terry, Marcia Paustian, Leslie Smock, Katie Pansier, Wen- dy Enkema and Jane Oblinger pirouette to the music of Tchaikovsky ' s Nutcracker Suite. The Counterpoint of Carols by Rod McKuen Now softly conne the minstrels heads bowed into hymnals caroling for cookies and safe smiles We owe them more than candy for the redness of their ears alone. Faint footsteps down the hill and gone, there music dying through the trees as back to Bach we go on phonographs and radios. The needlepoint of patchwork quilts, the counterpoint of carols. Novembers come and gone too soon there are so many quarrels that we haven ' t finished, and they might lessen in the January rain. Quarrel in December? Never. November comes up every year. This Christmas comes but once. The entire music department participated in the traditional pre- sentation of Handel ' s " Messiah " , the religious finale to the Yule- tide production. Soloists Diann Thomas, Sally Campbell, Margie Koerten, and John Roberts were chosen to sins " Hallelujah Chorus " sections of the Year draws +o close wi+h motto: " anything goes " 50 — Fine Arts Gfudents turn sketchy ideas into works of art Fine Arts — 51 Perseverance, versa+ili+y bywords behind scenes " The show must go on " , this phrase was often heard spoken by the sponsors of the drama depart- ment, Mr. William Lord and Mr. D. C. Henderson, who devoted many hours to co-ordinate the different facets of the drama department this year. When the lights dim, the curtain opens, and the actors come out on stage, the audience sees only the end result of hard work. But what makes the drama productions pos- sible? The joint efforts of the Drama Club, the Thespians, the Costume and Makeup Club and the Stage Crew. One of the first opportunities for the efforts of these four groups to be combined this year was the fall musical, " Funny Girl " , which was produced by the music department. The fall play. Sir Noel Coward ' s " Blithe Spirit " , was sponsored by the Thespians. The play concerned a headstrong author who was plagued by the mischievous ghost of his dead wife. ABOVE RIGHT — " Lights . . . camera . . . action " calls Kurt Ogden, as he tries his hand at film ing. BELOW RIGHT — Exhausted after hours of moving props, Brad Boyd sneaks a cat nap. 52 — Fine Arts i rOl i fM 1 11 » ' Mil VN 4A - „ . 1 i ' kHHM -.;,.- p % m m , ' M ■ A - - ' ' - KM TOP LEFT — Mr. Lord conveys an ' enlight- ening " idea as he explains the fundamen- tals of the stage lighting system. TOP RIGHT — Brushing aside all other matters, Stage Crew members Vera Hurst. Brad Boyd, and Janie Williams paint scenery for Junior Spectacular. Bottom Left — Mr. Lord teaches members of the Stage Crew the do ' s and dont ' s of behind the scenes ' action. Fine Arts — 53 TOP: Mr. Lord demonstrates stage crew tech- niques to a student. LEFT: Amy Freeman stops to catch her breath during her per- formance in " Funny GirL " 54 — Fine Arts w. FIRST ROW: Tysaud Johnson Martin Fogle Perry Lesh Alva Tyner SECOND ROW: Brian McKinney Chris Rich Tim Ayers THIRD ROW: Steve Neumeier Lonnie Westfall Bruce Long Jon Morris Tony Nicholson Bob Clark Doug Gray Brian Hovey Rob Johnson Dick Tetrick Stage band Concert band Fine Arts — 55 Gymphonic wind ensemble, orchesfra 56 — Fine Arts ► I provide stafewide musical leadership ? ne rts — 57 tfA i ' . " ? r ' ui - f c jif r j-i ' ; J.trjer cs — 55 TOP — 1970 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row: S. King, S. Weaver, R. Curry, D. Agnew, T. Stone, M. Eid, J. Ohison, K. Sheets, J. Stone, P. Griffith, G. Lambert, D. Nelson, G. Hutchinson, J. Weaver, J. Snyder. Row Two: W. Mitchell, G. Belt, P. Thompson, S. Shields, B. Lewis, D. Marr, B. Burge, G. Schiffle, A Fowler, K. Hollaway, D. Jorman, B. Lugin bill, B. Parrish, D. Gates. Row Three: R. Fa sola, M. Milender, R. Irwin, R. Colglazier, F Fulmer, T. Dygard, D. Curry, W. Porter, Mayfield, D. Black, T. Clifford, E. Koch, M Thompson, J. Moore, T. McSoley, J. Walls. RIGHT — CRUSHING HIS OPPONENT, Senior Bob Luginbill ends a Carmel drive. Luginbill played defense and sometimes quarterback. NO. NO. NC. NO. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. NC. FOOTBALL— 1970— VARSITY . .7 Lawrence Central 6 .16 Ft. Wayne Snider 22 . .0 Broad Ripple 6 .35 Ben Davis 19 .22 Warren Central 29 .14 Southport 22 .25 Arlington 19 .17 Evansville Reitz 13 .10 Carmel 14 .49 Northwest 8 60 — Athletics Pan+hers rally for 5-5 season Finishing tine year by v inning three of their last four games, North Central ' s 1970 varsity foot- ball team rallied to even their sea- son record at five wins and five losses. In a year highlighted by costly mistakes, the Panthers lost many close games. Opening with a close victory over Lawrence Central, the grid- men lost a last second fumble to Ft. Wayne Snider. It was run back for a touchdown and provided the losing margin. Following a loss from Broad Ripple and a win over Ben Davis, North Central met War- ren in the rain. Warren scored two quick touchdowns but then the Panther defense held and the team rallied to take the lead only to lose the game with just over one minute left. LEFT— SCRAMBLING IN THE BACKFIELD, quarterback Joe Moore looks upfield for a receiver. BOTTOM — CHARGING FOR THE LINE, senior fullback Rob Fasola aims for the goaline. Athletics — 51 RIGHT— FOLLOWING HIS BLOCKING, Orlan- do Mayfield runs for a first down. Mayfield made 19 receptions and scored 14 points. 1970 RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM — Front Row: K. McKasson, A. Light, C. Jackson, B Eadie, M. Hood, M. Huber. Second Row: K Parker, T. Gibson, L. Rogers, B. Lennon, W, Wilkerson, J. Clark, J. Mason, B. Boje, P, Bradford, D. Crabb, W. Scott- Third Row: D, Tirmenstein, S. Lunsford, D. Laycock, J Neff, J. Christy, M. Harris, J. Burge, S. Koch er, R. Freeze, R. Hayes, R. Heatherington, J Thompson. Fourth Row: J. Tewksbury, V, Hall, S. Harding, A. Louden, C. Van Meter, T. Krueger, R. Baxter, P. R. SerVaas, K. Koch er, J. Anderson, G. England, F. Weest, G Adjieff, T. Timmel. 62 — Athletics Greg Belt makes all-county defensive squad standout tackle Greg Belt was selected by the Indianapolis Star- News writers to the all-county first string squad. Receiving honorable mentions were: Doug Curry, Rob Fasola, John Hart, Joe Moore, and Bob Luginbill. Junior Joe Moore broke the North Central completion record of .492 with 95 of 193 attempts. Junior end Fred Fulmer broke Pete Thompson ' s record for catches in one year with 43 com- pared with Thompson ' s 37. Fullback Rob Fasola was the team ' s leading rusher and scorer with 38 points follov ed by Senior halfback Mark Milender with 32. Milender also led in kickoff re- turns with 10 for 193 yards and interceptions with three. The reserve team, coached by Dave Richards, finished with a 4-5-2 record. Included in their season were three sophomore games played against Brebeuf, La- fayette Jeff, and Southport. LEFT — RUNNING WITH THE BALL, Junior Tim stone gains needed yardage in a key situation. BELOW LEFT— RELEASING THE BALL, Junior Joe Moore fires another com- pletion. FOOTBALL— 1970 — RESERVE Lawrence Central 8 Beech Grove Broad Ripple 20 Ben Davis 6 Warren Central 25 Arlington 14 Bloomington 6 Carmel Lafayette Jeff 20 Brebeuf 25 Southport 6 NO n NO NC , . 12 n NC. , , NC. , 18 n NC n NC fi NC NC NC 18 ,20 n NC . . ,30 Athletics — 63 TOP— 1970 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — Front Row: G. Gemmer, B. Long, M. Lickliter, R. Stover, S. Ball, R. Carmichael. Second Row: Mr. Riley, J. Elliot, S. Potter, D. Mills, B. Rhamy, S. Pratt, P. Maston, Mr. Lickliter. BOTTOM— 1970 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM — Front Row: K. Belard, S. Pratt, R. Stover, J. Taylor, M. Lickliter, D. Mills, A. Benjamin, S. Potter, B. Long, S. Ball, D. Stump, S. Miller. Second Row: Mr. Riley, R. Carmichael, G. Turner, M. Rucicil, M. Lan- ham, M. Deroo, D. Wolf, J. Elliot, D. De Va- leria, B. Rhamy, D. Dyke, T. Johnson, M. Red- dish, J. Davis, J. Helms, P. Matson, Mr. Lick- liter. 64— Athletics Harriers place second in regional meet TOP— SENIOR DON MILLS pulls out In front of his teammates, seniors Steve Ball and Mark Lickliter. BOTTOM— STRAINING TOW- ARD THE TAPE, Jim Elliot turns in another excellent time for North Central. CROSS COUNTRY — 1970- VARSITY NC. .. .15 Broad Ripple 50 NC. . . 21 Ben Davis 46 Howe 66 NC . . 20 Lawrence 46 Washington 71 Shortridge 93 NC. . .20 Warren 40 Arlington 82 NC. . .15 Kokomo 50 Pike Invitational Second Ben Davis Invitational Second Bloomington Invitational Seniors . . . Sixth Juniors Third Sophomores Twentieth Patriot Invitational Fifth County Second Sectional Second Regional Second State Eighth The North Central cross coun- try team, coached by Charles Riley, placed second In the re- gional, sectional, and county meets. At the regional meet the team was led to its second place finish by Steve Potter who placed 8th and by Rick Stover who placed 9th. While in the sectional and the county meet, Potter placed 5th and 2nd respectively. In the state meet North Central, the defending State champion, was unsuccessful in its attempt to defend its crown. The team placed 8th with Rick Stover finishing 12th. Later in the season, team captain Rick Stover was voted for the second year in a row by his teammates, most valuable runner and Dan Dyke was named most improved. Compiling a winning record, the Panther varsity harriers won 87. tied 1, and lost 16. The reserve team also had a winning season by winning 22 and losing 4. Athletics — 65 Roundballers finish wi+h 10-11 record The North Central basketball team compiled a 10-11 season. According to Coach Lickliter, the team played its best ball in the sectional. In the first game at Hinkle, the Panthers defeated Broad Ripple by a twenty point margin, 66-46. The Panthers went on to play Tech in one of the most exciting and well played games of the season. North Central led at the half 32-27 only to be out- scored in the second half by eleven points. Tech won 72-66 and went on to take the sectional crown by beating Washington. In the county tourney North Central, the defending champions, dropped the first game to Speed- way by 59-57. The Panthers, a relatively young team, received good lead- ership from seniors Dave Taylor and Howard Patterson. Patterson set a new school record by mak- ing 12 assists in one game, and Taylor led the team in free throws. Greg Bair set a new school record by averaging 19.7 points per game. NC NC NO NC. NC NC, NC NO NO NO NC NO NO NO NC NC NC NC NC BASKETBALL— 1971— VARSITY ,67 New Castle 84 ,68 Carmel 63 87 Lawrence Central 55 ,70 Kokomo 92 66 Marshall 64 ,79 Speedway 77 76 Decatur Central 83 , ,79 Tech 82 69 Warren Central 71 , ,75 Wabash 82 ■. COUNTY TOURNEY ' ' . . 52 Speedway 59 66 Ben Davis 68 .72 Pike 61 , ,85 Arlington 78 , 56 Broad Ripple 49 68 Marion 89 , 54 Northwest 60 F , ,75 Noblesville 65 i - SECTIONAL — 66 Broad Ripple 46 66 Tech 72 RIGHT— FAKING OUT HIS MAN, Greg Bair puts in a soft shot. Bair was the leading scorer on the team with a 19.7 average. 66 — Athletics LEFT: Front Rov : R. Parr Cmanager), D. Stump, D. Crabb, R. Dyer, M. Huber, M. Bolin, Rov tv;o: W, English, T. Green, T. Gibson, D. Alter, L. Murphy, J. Ehret. BE- LOW: SENIOR HOWARD PATTERSON puts up the ball, Patterson v as a key figure in the Panther success this year. BOTTOM LEFT: DRIVING FOR THE HOOP, Jim Bremner gets two easy points, Bremner was a leading rebounder and scorer. linilBBnaaHBi TOP— 1970-71 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Row 1: R. Fishman, H. Patterson, J. Brem ner, P. Peterson, G. Bair, D. Taylor, B. Eck hart. Row 2: D. Leininger, C. Cunningham, S Kirsh, L. Cantor, M. Arnold, J. Moore, M Perlstein. RIGHT — LEAPING HIGH, Paul Pet arson shoots over his opponent. BASKETBALL— 1970— RESERVE New Castle 35 Carmel 41 Lawrence Central 35 Kokomo 47 Southport 65 Marshall 41 Speedway 38 Decatur Central 41 Tech 53 Warren Central 31 Wabash 42 Ben Davis 33 Pike 34 Arlington 50 Broad Ripple 50 Marion 49 Northwest 53 Noblesville 37 COUNTY TOURNEY Ben Davis 46 Lawrence 40 NC , .30 NC. . . .40 NC. . . .43 NC . .59 NC. . . .40 NC. . . .38 NC. . . .43 NC. . . .53 NC. . . .53 NC. . 42 NC . .51 NC . 46 NC . ,47 NC 51 NC. . . 49 NC 58 NC 39 NC 62 NC 40 NC 68 68 — Athletics Jim Bremner makes 1 97 1 all-sectiona The leading rebounder on the team, sophonnore standout Jim Bremner, was named to the All- Sectional team. Next year the squad will have ten men back and most of these players had a lot of actual playing time. The North Central reserves, under the coaching of Jack Wal- ters, had a winning season rec- ord of 13-7. Leading scorers for the team were Jed Ehret and War- ren English who were brought up to play varsity late in the year. TOP— RELEASING THE BALL, Dan English makes another basket. BELOW — MARK PERLSTEIN scores against two defensive players. North Central takes state gym crown Winding up North Central ' s best gymnastics season ever, Jolin Emery ' s Pantiners shattered all competition to capture the 1971 state title. Included in their undefeated season was a dual meet win over Columbus, a team that had not lost a match in three years, a first place finish in the county, and a sectional champion- ship. Rated number one in Indiana most of the season, the Panthers had four first place champions in the state meet. Barry Woodward won the high bar and still rings, Neil O ' Mahoney took the parallel bars and Jim Tuerk captured first on the trampoline. Supported by Randy Stein (2nd) and Jim Bar- rett (3rd) in free exercise, John Spickelmier (2nd) and Dave Hiatt (3rd) on the side horse, and Irv Sigal (3rd) on the parallel bars, the team easily outdistanced all rivals to score 112 points. TOP — RANDY STEIN PERFORMS his routine that captured 2nd in the state. RIGHT — JIM TUERK FLIES high to a state champiosnhip. 70 — Athletics NC Ill NC 96 NC 108 NC , 94 NC 109 NC , 103 NC . 106 NC. ,97 NC. , 100 NC. . 92 NC. . 98 GYMNASTICS — 1971— VARSITY — Anderson 31 Columbus 58 Crov n Point 43 Ben Davis 60 Wabash 45 Madison Heights 51 Southport 47 Warren Central . . 57 Jeffersonville 54 Pike 61 Ben Davis 56 Concord Invitational 1st Warren Central Invitational 1st County 1st Sectional 1st I.S.H.A.A. State 1st TOP— EXECUTING A FLIP, Barry Woodv ard dismounts from the high bar as Jeff Elam spots for him. BOTTOM— 1970-71 STATE GYMNASTICS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM — Front Row: B. Woodward, J. Hall, B. Hamaker, B. Richards, R. Stein, F. Coraz, K. Cox, N. O ' Mahoney, J. Barrett, W. Umemura, M. Lim- bach, J. Elam. Row 2: D. Finstermaker, M. Lea, I. Sigal, B. Davis, L. Jacobs, J. Coraz, R. Hunt, M. Hieser, J. Bearss. ROW 3: Jim Glore, John Emry. K. McGee. P. St. Angelo, C. Holt, J. Spickelmier, B. Bennett, D. Hiatt, J. Tuerk, J. Weakley, R. Moyer, D. Perry, W. Harrington, Mike Marmon. aiL.-..:--.i-i» . - Atfifet Jcs — 71 72 — Mh eX cs Nor+h Cen+ral grabs regional, third in state After capturing their fourth straight regional title, Coach Keith Farrand ' s varsity matmen fought to a third place finish in the state meet. Led by John Hart, North Central ' s sixth individual state champion, the Panthers v ere only one point behind the second place t i:ikiiiU;iL. HIi HBi team in the final standings. Back- ing up Hart were Robert Collins (2nd) and Dave Nelson (4th). The Panthers avenged their only loss of the season against Southport in the annual N.C. Invi- , 0 tational. Sweeping the eight way ,« tourney with 120 points, the team 1 had two individual winners. Aaron Benjamin and Collins. TAKING DOWN HIS MAN, senior Robert Col- , — ■ss ' Wi ' ' " sets two points. Collins v as co-captain _ !» WtDf ' m . M of the varsity with John Hart. il971 Varsity Individual Record 98— Brad Newton (15-4-1) 105— Steve Bonnette (15-6) 112— Robert Collins (27-1) — . .. ... lii . - 119— Jeff Hixon (11-6) m . -« .. .. ammmi n 126— Don Palmer (14-5-1) 132 — Aaron Benjamin (23-1) - ■ ' ITTM M 138— Jerry Davis (12-7) ■ " 145— Chip Habig (10-7-1) „, _ _ 155— John Hart (24-2-2) -i m a 167— Ken Garriott (6-7) 185— Dave Nelson (20-5) HW— Al Fowler (7-11) WRESTLING— 1971 — VARSITY NC. .48 Lebanon NC . 18 Warren Central . - - 18 [ ■ ' NC . . 35 Lawrence Central ...... 13 NC . .31 Ben Davis 8 NC 14 Southport .26 NC . .30 Decatur Central .12 J K NC. 36 Franklin Central ...10 j m J H Carmel .dfHI M siKiMSMj rairsBr B NC .38 Kokomo 6 _ m f mS -., NC 40 Shortridge 8 ' ij „ KBmm J 38 Tech 5 JMS MIi " ' ' " ' .JBB " " " , M NC . . . 33 Arlington 9 . BHif j j Central Inv 1st County 3rd Sectional 3rd Regional 1st state 3.rd Ath;et.?cs— 73 ABOVE— APPLYING THE FIREMAN ' S CARRY, Jerry Davis prepares to pin his opponent. Davis wrestled in the 138 lb. weight class. WRESTLING— 1971— RESERVE NC . .54 Lebanon NC. . ,29 Warren Central 17 NC. . .27 Lawrence Central 23 NC. . . .54 Clinton Central 0 NC. . . .41 Richmond 8 NC. . . .37 Carmel 11 NC. . . .45 Kokomo 3 NC. . . .48 Shortridge 7 NC. . . .37 Tech 11 NC. . . .44 Arlington 5 NC . . . 39 Wood 9 NC. . . .17 Southport 25 NC . 39 Decatur Central 11 NC .27 Franklin Central 19 our reserves vs. their varsity TOP— GOING FOR THE TAKEDOWN, sopho- more Brad Newton tries for control. BOT- TOM — IN A RESERVE MATCH, Mike Robin- son scores a point needed for a close victory. 74 — Ath et cs N.C. matmen finish fhird in county In the county tournament, the grapplers had four champions but finished third. Winners were Steve Bonnette, who was a Ken- tucky AAU champion after the season was over, Benjamin, the recipient of the Billy Wolf award and second in the Kentucky AAU meet, Collins, who set school rec- ord for most wins in a year with 27, and Hart. The reserve team finished with an excellent 13-1 record. TOP— 1971 RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM— Front Row: F. Fielman, R. Segar, J. Mada wick, S. Shapiro, B. Whitman, T. Wiley, K Truesdell, S. Habig, M. Robinson, M. Vorhies Row 2; J. Campbell, M. Herman, J. Guy, B Blakely, J. McAloon, T. Miller, J. Andreson T. Simpson, R. Miller, K. Kocher, G. England B. Nigh. Row 3: Coach Farrand, B. Martindill, R. Copenhaver, S. Kocher, T. McGoff, K. McCassia, J. Thompson, L. Howald, B. Moss, J. Clark, A. Lankford, G. Dresbach, B. Day, R. Freyer, J. Wilsted, J. Bennett, M. Thiba- deau. Athletics — 75 Panthers take fifth straight county title The 1970 North Central track team, coached by Charles Riley, captured first place in the county for the fifth consecutive year, and placed second in the sectionals, fourth in the regionals, and six- teenth in the state. The track team placed first six times and second four times out of the four- teen meets in which it partici- pated. The year was highlighted by a first place in the Ben Davis Invitational and runner-up posi- tions in the North Central Relays, the Metro meet, and the Ben Davis Relays. In the fifth consecutive county victory, Joe Poland placed first in TOP— BREAKING THE TAPE— John Taylor finishes the mile relay. The Panther mile relay team placed 4th In the Sectionals. BOT- TOM — CLEARING THE BAR Howard Patter- son placed second in t he high jump at the Sectionals. •:-y)f cf i d £L ■ 3H.- ' iBS iitiu am aiffs i »2s:;iSiMs «B ' i iiv- ; ajtaSffiWuii 1970 VARSITY TRACK TEAM — FRONT ROW P. Matson (managers, C. Gemmer (manager) B. Parrish, R. Stover, B. Yount, J. Helms. S Pratt, M. Reddish, S. Potter. SECOND ROW V. Wille, C. Riley, R. Carmichael (manager) M. Miller, S. Callaway. H. Patterson, J. Tay lor, J. Hart, A. Roddy, T. Johnson, R. Inskeep, J. Pearce, G. Pappas. THIRD ROW: S. Perkins N. Kempler, G. Turner. M. Cowser, B. Has seld. T. Rust. E. Kassig, J. Poland. BOTTOM — GEORGE TURNER hurdles his way to an early lead. Athletics — 77 NC. NC. NC NC TRACK— 1970— VARSITY NC 40 Lawrence 60 NC . . . . 701 2 Southport 50 Arlington 16i .68 Southport 45 Washington 35 .101 Ben Davis 30 Broad Ripple 17 . .83 Brebeuf 36 . 100 Warren Central 33 Northwest 12 North Central Relays 2nd Tech Relays 6th County 1st Ben Davis Relays 2nd Metro Meet 2nd Sectional 2nd Regional 4th State 16th TOP — BOB PARRISH sails high into the air while long jumping. BOTTOM — EXHAUSTED, Rick Stover breaks the tape. At the state 4 meet, Stover placed second in the 880. 78 — Athletics Three records shattered by track team continued from p. 76 the shotput, and Steve Calloway placed first in the long jump, high jump, and pole vault. In the sectionals, Rick Stover v on the 880 yard dash, and Steve Pratt won the two mile. At the state meet Stover was able to place sec- ond in the 880 yard dash. The 1970 track team broke three school records. Rick Stover shattered the old school record by running the 880 yard dash in 1:55.2. Steve Callaway was re- sponsible for breaking the pole vault record by clearing lA- ' VVz " . The third record was broken by Joe Poland when he threw the shot put 58 ' 2y2 " . The North Central Reserve team also had a very successful season winning all seven of its meets. JOP — PUTTING THE SHOT, Joe Polland wins the county championship and breaks the school record. BOTTOM — COMING AROUND THE TURN. Steve Potter leads the opposing runners. At ifet cs— 79 -1970 VARSITY BASEBALL— Arlington 2 Beech Grove Pike 1-0 Lafayette Jeff 2 Tech 3 Lebanon 0-0 Kokomo 2 Madison Heights . . . .22-5 Carmel 0-0 Broad Ripple 3 Warren Central Southport 4-9 Shelbyville 3 COUNTY TOURNEY . . Beech Grove 3 Lawrence Central 2 Franklin Central Southport 3 SECTIONAL Deaf School 1 Arliington 1 Lawrence Central REGIONAL Ben Davis Danville 3 SEMI -STATE Connersville 2 New Castle 2 STATE South Bend Clay 2 TOP — CLOUTING ANOTHER HIT, Doug Knip- tash pulls the ball. Kniptash was a main force in the Panther tournament success last year. BOTTOM— 1970 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM — Front Row: Rick Francis (manager), Rick Colglazier, Bill Freeze, Dave Light, Buzz Tur- ner, Rob Egerton, Dave Hullet, Ron Hall, Bob Kelly, Darren Palmer (manager). Row Two: Coach Tom Bradley, Dave Highmark, Doug Kniptash, Steve Clayton, Dave Black, Dave Elliott, Jim Howard, Dave Taylor, Bill How- ard, Coach John Staver, Coach Glenn Schmucker. NC. . NC. . 3 . . . .2 NC. NC. . . . . 3-2 . . . .7 NC . . NC . . NC . . .10 . . 2-5 . .3 NC. . . NC. .. NC. . . . 4-4 . . 9-5 . . . .1 NC. . . . . . .5 NC NC. . . 3-7 ... .5 NC ( .7 NC. . .9 NC. . NC 1 .6 NC. . NC. . NC. . . .11 6 10 NC. . . . . .1 NC . .6 NC. . . 5 NC. . . . . .3 NC. . . . . . .1 ■ :mJSt S!- I 9 fj«f««? 80 — Athletics Diamondmen tie for third in state finals Pitching standout Dave High- mark led the 1970 varsity base- ball team to a tie for third place in the state finals at Bush Sta- dium to cap the finest year in Panther diamond history. Prior to the 2-1 semi-final loss to eventual state champion South Bend Clay, the team had won their last 12 games, had shut out ten op- ponents for the year, had five no- hitters, and their best record ever at 25 wins and five losses. In- cluded in the season were vic- tories in the county, sectional, re- gional, and semi-state. Highmark finished with an 11-2 pitching record. TOP — LEANING INTO THE BALL, Dave Elliot ends an opponent rally. BOTTOM — 1970 RE- SERVE BASEBALL TEAM — Front Row: Joe Moore, Tim Stone, Mark Miles, Dan Pratt, Rick Kautzman, Milt Thompson, Greg Lam- bert, Gary Huffman, Kent Sheets. Row Two: Coach Schmucker, Roy Irwin, Scott Wetter- lin, Mark Milender, Bob Luginbill, Mike George, Tim Beatty, Paul Thompson, Jeff Chadwick, Coach Staver. B{ ,b. Golfers take second place in state meet A second place finish in the state tournament was the high- light of the 1970 varsity golf team ' s season. Led by senior Gary Gant, the tournament medalist with a 139 total for 36 holes, the linksmen fell one stroke short of the Carmel team ' s total score. Finishing with a varsity record of 25-3-1 and winning the county, sectional, and regional tourna- ments, the squad broke the school record for the lowest team score ever with a 299 total in the Cas- cade Regional. Gary Gant tied the record for the lowest 18 hole total with a 69 shot at Old Oakland and Scott Stone broke the nine hole record by carding a 31 at North Eastway. Gant and Stone averaged 74 and 75 strokes respectively, with Kirk Johnson following with a 78 aver- age per match. Juniors Bob Barker, Tom Conner, Bob Peter- son, and Terry Shepherd added needed support to the Panther game. The reserve team had an un- defeated season, finishing with an 11-0 record for the year. —1970 VARSITY GOLF — NO 261 Beech Grove 273 NO 9 Kokomo 1 NO 195 Columbus 199 NC 195 Southport 245 NC 217 Marshall 259 NC 491 Madison Heights 496 NC 200 Speedway 229 NC 200 Southport 217 NC 193 Warren Central 213 NC 193 Ben Davis 218 NC 202 Lawrence Central 212 NC 202 Ben Davis 219 NC 190 Park 222 NC 401 Northwest 397 NC 12 Arlington NC 12 Tech NC 404 Bloomington 390 NC 12 Lebanon 2 NC 175 Short ridge 220 NC 184 Brebeuf 189 NC 184 Chatard 203 NC 397 Brebeuf 416 NC 376 Marshall 380 NC 3 Carmel 14 NC 193 Pike 200 NC 193 Broad Ripple 210 NC 378 Lebanon 381 NC 187 Decatur Central 196 NC 394 Columbus 394 NC 394 Southport 420 Bloomington Invitational 6th County Tournament 1st Sectional Tournament 1st Regional Tournament 1st I.H.S.A.A. State Meet 2nd TOP — GOING FOR A BIRDIE, Bob Barker lines up his putt. Barker was the medalist at the Warren Central meet. RIGHT — CHIP- PING FROM THE ROUGH, Tom Conner tries to break par. Conner averaged 80.8 for the year. 82 — Athletics TOP — 1970 VARSITY GOLF TEAM — Front Row: Bob Peterson, Bob Barker, Tom Con- ner. Row Two: Scott Stone, Gary Gant, Kirk Johnson, Coach John Fnedersdorf. BOTTOM — HITTING A TWO IRON, Kirk Johnson blasts down the fairway in his bid for a victory. Athletics — 83 LEFT — REACHING HIGH Clay Tudor serves to his opponent. BOTTOM — ON THE BASE LINE, Tom Campbell returns the ball. Tudor and Campbell were the leading doubles team for the county champion spring varsity net- men. Netmen take ggS S SSSSISiliSS!! county crown sectional title North Central ' s spring varsity tennis team smashed their way to an unparalleled 20-0 undefeated season, amassing 140 points to their opponents ' 14. The netters also earned the county champion- ship. Outstanding contributions to the spring team were made by Clay Tudor in singles, and the team of Tudor and Tom Campbell in doubles. The fall team earned a 3-1 rec- ord, losing only to Pike. The net- men went on to win the sectional, and tie for 8th in the state. Cen- tral was led in these contests by sectional doubles champs Dave Heileger and Greg Millis. 84 — Athletics —1970— VARSITY Tech Shelbyville 1 Danville New Albany 2 Jeffersonvllle Beech Grove 1 Ben Davis Terre Haute Garfield . . .0 Terre Haute Gertsmeyer .0 Speedway 1 Lawrence Danville 1 Morresville 1 Brebeuf 2 Arlington 2 Southport 21 2 Franklin Warren Broad Ripple V2 Park Pike 4 Wood Arlington 1 Brebeuf 1 iBgiBflifiiSSf TOP— IN A DOUBLES MATCH Jay Hollander stands ready at the net. Hollander and his teammates posted an undefeated 20-0 spring season. LEFT— 1970 FALL VARSITY TENNIS TEAM — Front Row: Wes Umemura, Paul Pet- ticrew, Don Palmer, Dan Astbury, Doug Young, Jack Mahoney. SECOND ROW: Art Fisher, Dave De Meyer, Greg Clark, Rip Tag- gart, Tom Finneran, Tom Reynolds, Coach John Shirley. The fall team had a season record of 3-1. Athletics — 85 TOP — 1971 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS — Fore- ground: Patti Schaefer, Janet Koschman, Bonnie Boeldt. Background: Vickie Tower, Kathy Richardson, Linda Crowe. BOTTOM — 1971 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS — left to right: Debbie Traylor, Susie Richardson, Susie Murdock, Donna Pike, Barb Matthews. 86 — Athletics 9troup re+ires from athleiic direcior position Mr. Keith Stroup retired from his post as athletic director after a 15 year term. Corning from Marion High School to North Cen- tral in 1956, Mr. Stroup has done an outstanding job co-ordinating the Panther athletic organization. Mr. Stroup will be replaced by Roland Inskeep. New techniques, arm move- ments, and yells v ere the high- points of this year ' s cheerleading squad. The girls were chosen for their pep, enthusiasm, poise, co- ordination, and personal appear- ance. Last minute practice be- fore games and meets gave all the final touches to their yells. This year ' s Lettermen ' s Club had a membership of over 80. TOP — COACHES — Row 1: Mr. Keith Stroup, Mr. George Pappas, Mr. Vern Wjlle. Mr. John Staver, Mr. Glenn Schmucker, Rov 2: Mr. Arlan LicklJter, Mr, Keith Farrand. Mr. Charles Riley, Mr. Byron Weaver, Mr. Roland Inskeep, Mr. John Emry. Row 3; Mr. Toti Bradley, Mr. Jack Schiffli, Mr. John Friedersdorf, Mr. John Shirley, Mr. Jack Walters. BELOW — 1971 Lettermen ' s Club. Athletics — 87 TOP— PUTZ l-M CHAMPIONS: Row One- Gary Barnes, Tom Conner, Bill Rich, Dave Heiliger. Row Two: Randy Smoot, Mike George, Randy Aikmen, Mark Overman, Gary Lecoq, Tom Kennedy. BOTTOM — De- termined to get a strike, Tom Pearcy lets loose of the ball. 88 — Athletics PUTZ wins LM. football championship The 1970 I.M. football cham- pion was the senior team PUTZ. Captained by Tom Conner, PUTZ allowed only two teams to score points against them and defeated the Spuds in the championship game. Sixteen teams were in l-M football this year with games played three days a week. Over 200 boys participated in the program. About 100 students participat- ed in I.M. bowling this year. With 20 teams of boys and girls, there was a team and individual cham- pion and the annual game be- tween an all-star team and the faculty. TOP— RELEASING THE BALL, Jim Ward rolls another strike- BOTTOM — BLITZING THE QUARTERBACK, an I.M. player tries for the tackle. Athletics — 89 Cut list grabs I.M. championship Capping an undefeated season, the Cut List posted a 64-58 win over Grand Funk to win the 16 team 1971 intrannural basketball tournament. The champions of A League, captained by Tom Con- ner, then won an exciting 53 to 51 contest in overtime over the faculty in their annual game. This was the first time in North Central history that the I.M. chamfDions were able to humble the mighty faculty. This year ' s league champions were Cut List (A), Go-Nets (B), Rebels (C), and Panzangies (D). TOP— DRIVING THROUGH THE LANE, Tom Roberts of the Bombers scores two points. BOTTOM— SHOOTING OVER HIS OPPON- ENT, Orlando Mayfield releases the ball for the Cut List. 90 — Athletics TOP— LEAPING HIGH. Clay Reed of the B. P. All-Stars shows good form against the Beach Boys. BOTTOM — THE 1971 I.M. CHAMPIONS — Row 1: Mark Lickliter, Bill Ray. Tom Con- ner. Row 2: Kevin Holloway, Bob Young. Or- lando Mayfield, Randy Fishman. Athletics — 91 XJ. f l.» WS!i I ' Ws ' ' ' ' - V ' W ' £w The individual Becoming involved Learning to care about the situations of our times Working together through friendship to do our part IVleeting people and building friendships through our activities Strengthening the union of individuals at North Central. rganization Council creates spirit of unity among students Through the ideas and guid- ance of President Darryl Pinck- ney, the 1970-71 Student Council strived for a spirit of unity. This spirit was accomplished by the projects the Council took on. The new and more organized commit- tees brought to all students en- vironmental seminars, political speakers, film festivals, rap and grievance sessions with faculty and administrators. As a result of the hard work and sincere devotion of all in- volved in the Council, the Sopho- mores were welcomed in and the Seniors have left with fond memories. COUNCIL OFFICERS: Darryl Pinckney, Pres., Jennifer Mills, Sec, Caria Taylor, Vice-pres., John Taylor, Treas., Margie Koerton, Ass ' t. Sec. COUNCIL SENIORS — 1st ROW: A. Zendel, K. Cox, K. Pinter, D. Sawyer, S. Kauffman, B. Heller, B. Burns. 2nd ROW: B. Burns, P. Fleck, S. West, G. Lecocq, R. Hall; K. Farmer, L. Nemis. 3rd ROW: L. Douthitt, M. Odell, G. Barnes, B. Luginbill, J. Roberts, J. Arbuckle, C. Holloway. 4th ROW: G. Uebelhoer, M. Miles, R. Smoot, E. Willey, J. Stone, L. Christea. 5th ROW: B. Gibson, D. steel, J. J. Hunter, M. Bickman, R. Ratliff, B. Ray. r f -3 r S? !? ! s.? i ri 1 .M JUNIORS — Front Row: D. Pike, B. Clay, A. McGriff, M. Mitchell, D. Barlowe, P. Eaton, J. Johnson, J. Kahn, S. Gallion, D. Brown. Row Two: P. Sewell, B. Eckhart, S. Kunz, M. Crahn, C. Alig, P. Schaefer, K. Krise, E. Swisher, C. Sparrenberger, B. Campbell. Row Three: P. St. Angelo, J. Robertson, M. Passo, D. Higgs, K. Novick, M. Thompson, J. Hixon, D. Watson, T. Willey, S. Beaty. Row Four: R. Kautzman, M. Redish, K. Sheets, M. Masselink, T. Wolgemuth, A. Fowler, D. Black, M. Davis, C. Hammond. SOPHOMORES — Front Row: H. Guetal, D. Peterson, L. Renner, J. Boyer, S. Adams, P. Smith, S. Linn, B. Schlegel, M. Jontz, L. Star, D. Graven. Row Two: S. Murray, D. Deeb, S. Fleenor, J. Patterson, A. Metzger, N. Gangstad, V. Bevens, M. Rudicil, W. Wilkerson, C. Penner. Row Three: E. Benrubi, H. Waugh, K. McKassm. J. Gui. B. Brolin, S. Leventhal, M. Dixon, W. Hoover. K. Green, A. LanK- ford. Row Four: M. Bryant, L. Wolner, M. Troupa, M. Carlino. P. Barclay, F. Habig, R. Miller, L. Collins, M. Easley. Organizations — 95 speech teams develop student self-confidence Those students who are juniors or seniors, in the upper fourth of their class and are active in school functions are eligible for the National Honor Society. New members are invited to join in the spring. Sponsoring the tutoring program in one of the major proj- ects of the NHS. By earning the necessary 25 points, students interested in speaking may join the National Forensics League, a national or- ganization which sponsors schools with active speech teams. A few of the members make up the Debate Team where they learn to present logical arguments necessary for debate. VARSITY DEBATORS — 1st Row — S. Levine, E. Fink, J. Kahn. 2nd Row — R. Ratliff, M. Justak, 8. West, M, Kraay, T. Brewster. NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE — 1st Row — E. Swisher, M. Kraay, S. Becker, A. Ferguson, E, Fink, E. Dock, E. Freije, M. Norton, M. Stem, J. Kaiin, M. Justak. 2nd Row — A. Freeman, K. Powell, L. Fischer, B. Heller, M. Barrett, N. McKinney, D. Fogle. L. Rost, S. Waltz, K. Jones. 3rd Row — Mrs. Pearson, B. James, R. McGinnis, S. West, M. Behrendt, C. Off, G. Nichols, R. Zeckel. T. DeGroff, S. Goldstein, T. Detrich, Mr. Fruits. 4th Row — T. Ryan, 8. Heathering- ton, S. Rappaport. S. Levine, J. Burskey, T. Brewster, R. Ratliff, D. Landers, D. Morgan, B. Roth. 96 — Organizations NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — 1st Row — E. Foster, E. Fink, M. Maurer, T. Riser, J. Freeze, B. Boeldt, L. Henderson, S. Kaufman, C. Grays, P. Handzaik. 2nd Row — A. Devoe, J. Detmer, K. Chevalier, N. Hughes, K. Cox, J. Kahn, G. Lecocq, B. Barnes, D. Guinnup, M. Trusty, 3rd Row — C. Lancet, B. Elliot, M. Lempke, D. Heiliger, R. Fishman, B. Heller, R. Hall, J. Cook. 3rd Row — B. Gibson, A. Gar- man, A. Braitman, S. Campbell, L. Douthitt, B. Luginbill, M. Lan- ham, L. Blackburn. 5th Row — R. Earle, M. Blickman, M. Bregger, H. Corbin, M. Behrendt, C. Holloway, D. Landers, S. Lawall. 1 1 1 1 ik m. Mk c. -- ■ " %4 fi ■iiP ■ Vi . 5 ' i ' y (■ S 1 w MM mtm nJ kj 4 1st Row — B. Shanner, Tres., M. Koerton, Sec, R. Ratliff, Pres., D. Crabb, Vice Pres. 2nd Row — A. Zendell, M. Trusty, C. Newton, S. Weidley, S. Leibrick, B. Penny, J. Stogsdill, C. Umemura, G. Neff. 3rd Row — C. Rogers, E. Stanley, K. McConnell, J. Mills, J. Kirtley, S. Montgomery, M. Tewksbury, D. McCord, K. Ries. 4th Row — A. Shirley, K. Wagner, C. Kriegbaum. K. Richardson. J. .Miner. M. Pearce, J. Moore, J. Kochmann, D. Troupa. 5th Row — S. West. S. Wolf, J. Raber, M. Sullivan, R. McGinnis. G. Turner. J. Taylor. M. Pratt. Organizations — 97 AF9 students enjoy living American lives The American Field Service and Youth for Understanding Pro- grams sponsored the exchange of several students to our country. They lived in American homes and assumed the typical teenage American way of life. Centralites made lasting friendships with these students. The AFS Club ' s main activities includes a caroling party at Christ- mas and the AFS weekend. Includ- ed in the weekend were a coke party after school on Friday, then on Saturday, two parties and ice skating. The theme of the week- end was " Walk together, talk to- gether. " RIGHT: Jacki Keefe listens intently to the German AFS student at the coke party. BE- LOW: NC foreign exchange students and American hosts are introduced at the AFS convocation. LEFT: Seniors Tom Rob- erts and Consuelo Ver- gara discuss plans for the AFS v eekend. BE- LOW: AFS members hear about the club ' s main activities for the school year at the first meeting. R mff ,vS.v:F Que sera, sera express touring N.C. travelers Several North Central students traveled throughout Europe with abroad progranns. They were of- fered a chance to study as well as travel in foreign countries. Twenty-six students touring with the World Academy Program enjoyed a brief visit to Rome. Their 39 day trip was cut short to ten days by the bankruptcy of World Academy. They were to visit fifteen cities in seven countries. However, four students on a sepa- rate World Academy tour were not affected. A group of students toured Europe with the People to People Program. Mr. Schaaf sponsored the group for the second year. RIGHT; St. Peter ' s Cathedral. BOTTOM: World Academy students awaiting news at American Embassy. « thwrn i 100 — Organ zat ons Organizations — 1 01 9kill, hard work demanded of staffs " Rewrite this copy and this time do it right, " frequently rang out through room 541 during each yearbook deadline. The 1970-71 academic year brought excite- ment and desperation to the 1971 Northerner staff. The staff mem- bers worked diligently to meet deadlines and avoided mass confusion. News Bureau under the direc- tion of Kris SerVaas, included the reviewing of activities, explainin achievements and developing community interests for the Teen Star, Teen Scene and the subur- ban newspapers. The North Central photo jour- nalism laboratory, more common- ly referred to as the " darkroom " creates all art photography used by the Annual, Newspaper and News Bureau. The eight photogra- phers print over 3,000 photo- graphs for all the publications. Junior photographer Chuck Bruno carefully checks the quality of a finished picture. News Bureau Reporters — Susie John- ston, Steve Scott, Kris Servaas, Craig Laflin, Vikki Davis. 102 — Organ jzat ons K -- .. " l .K .W» ■ «,. . ' -irif ' ' : . 5 :Vi, Northerner Staff — Cheri Reese, Kathy Raab, Sue Rhodes, Mary Ann Pearce, Debbie Bellish, Ann Nickel, Sarah Rogers, Mary Lee Jontz, Rick Bauer, Steve West, Tom Roberts, Jim Kahn, Steve Scott. Northern Lights Editorial Staff — Larry Cannon, Steve Wolf, Jim Kahn, Jane Kirtley, Paul Minx, Terry Kiser, Bob Gibson. Orean rat ons — 1 03 Northern Lights editors — Bob Gibson and Paul Minx; Northerner editor — Lynn Christea. Northern Lights staff, First Row — Cathy Donnelly, Barb George, Carol Mahan, Brenda Batten; Second Row — Dave Whitman, Dave Ziegner, Barb Lawall; Third Row — Dave Curtis, Bob Degroff, Colleen Kiely, Mark Behrendt. ¥ t ' l I ' 9taffs meet N.C. publication deadlines Editors, staff members, and as- sistants spent many hours v;ork- ing on tine publications. Meeting deadlines proved to be a difficult task and many students stayed after school to finish assignments. In the spring of 1970. outstand- ing members v ere admitted to the Quill Scroll, a journalistic honor society. In order to belong, a stu- dent must have v orked on a pub- ications staff for one year, ob- tained the recommendation of his advisor and rank in the upper third of his class. A special insert on drugs and poverty in Washington Tov nship was planned by the Northern Lights staff for the second semes- ter editions of the paper. In the near future, the staff plans to pub- lish a weekly paper. Because of more interesting stories and edi- torials, the student took a great- er interest in the paper. UPPER LEFT — C h e r i Dickinson spends time after school alphabe- tizing senior pictures. LOWER LEFT — Quill Scroll members include Steve Wolf, Jim Kahn, Terry Kiser, Paul Minx, Bob Gibson, Kris Ser- vaas. Organ zat ons — 1 05 Key Club, Lockets join foge+her in serving N.C Once again this year, communi- ty service and North Central af- fairs became meaningful to those members of Key Club and Lockets. This year, Key Club ' s projects varied from can drives to spon- soring mixers. Lockets began the year by washing windshields and cars in the parking lot. Other proj- ects were singing in an old folk ' s home and helping at Back to School Night. " Etchings in Thought " pro- duced another fine anthology of creative works. In the booklet, which is published annually, are poems, prose, and short stories. All work was done entirely by the students themselves. This year ' s Exercise In Knowl- edge Team competed in several high school bowl games. All mem- bers of the team spent much time and energy researching for com- petition. Mrs. Jean Merritt spon- sored the team. Literary publication members staff mem- bers meet with Mrs. Pride, sponsor, to dis- cuss copy and production problems. Staff members are left to right: dy Smoot, Dave Landers, Fogle and Susie Wiedie. Carol Light, Ran- Mrs. Pride, Caryn An experimental panel of students formed this year ' s High School Bowl Team. Practicing for the WLWI TV program " Exercise in Knowledge " are left to right: Steve Wolf, Dave Landers, Dave Crabb, Mrs. Merritt, Rick Moyer and Steve Fischer. Not pictured is Rick McGinnis. 106 — Organizations ld ■ i i ■ i - .-rj-z ' -... t 5 v:: -l -r ft?.vi; . iHn Mi H JtJ HW y S ' - .rrt . Xki t y- A 1 r ' ■ V-F ' ' J?j 5 9 In 1 f 25 KEY CLUB MEMBERS — ROW 1: S. Avery; T. Roberts; B. Berkins; D. Marasigan; R. Heilman; J. Pearce; R. Taggart; G. Turner; T. Ken- nedy; R. Edgerton; J. Taylor; B. Borman; M. Blickman; M. Kappes; Mr. Paris. ROW 2: S. Ball; J. Stewart; R. White; P. Lane; F. Freiho- fer; B. Scott; S. Sturman; C. SInex; S. Romaine; G. Nichols; J. Joseph; L. Brelsacher; H. Farris; B. Eckhart; R. Fishman. ROW 3: J. Meyer; M. Epstein; R. White; T. Kuhns; J. Barlett; B. Rich; T. Conner; B. Luginbill; M. Miles; M. Overman; R. Smoot; S. Mille; L. Hughey; S. Kern. ROW 4: S. Punches: J. Kahn; B. Bellis; L. Legget; B. Boyd; M. Sherman; B. Heller; L. Cannon; Mr. Behrendt; M. Bregger; S. West; K. Novick; M. DeMasie; R. Earle. ROW 5: S. Rapaport; R. Aikman; G. Barnes; G. Lecocq; B. Barker; M. George; E. VonGrimmenstein; D. Thomas; R. Romine; D. Berg; A. Alexander; S. Baldwin; P. Reynolds; T. Reynolds. LOCKETS MEMBERS: ROW 1: Executive Board — G. Sinclair; C. Sedberry, L. Hene, A. Julian, B. Perry; S. Rogers; S. Fritz. ROW 2: C. Ezel; B. Hughes; P. Kahn; C. Capehart; C. Buchanan; R. Knight; T. Knight; K. Raab, K. Baker, M. Kitterman; D. Wilson, C. Disher. ROW 3: D. Fehsenfel; L. DeRoo, M. Richardson; S. Scudder; V. Raab; B. Burch; P. Kaytor; S. Johnston: S. Smith: C. Donnelly. ROW 4: Mrs. Overman (sponsor): S. Rudy: M. Barrett: C. Miller: D. Krugman; S. Kleffman: T. Schelle: J. Jones, V. Tarnow: B. Elliot. ROW 5: V. Martin: D. Ahrens: D. Arney: B. Hoehn; T. Dobbs; L. Collins; L. Watkins; M. Baker: W. Kasle; K. Dunkle. Organizations — 107 The Russian class spends much of their time in the lab working on pronunciation and understanding of the language. Studying a map of Germany are German club members Todd Bethel, Dave Crabb, and Brenda Batten. Members of the Latin club all pitched in to help build a catapult for their contest against Park-Tudor. Qtudents gain knowledge in language clubs. Students learn about speaking foreign languages in the class- roonn. They gain a deeper under- standing of foreign countries and their exotic customs in the foreign language clubs. These clubs are open to students who are enrolled in a language class. Meetings are held several tinnes a month v here they view films, have guest speak- ers and plan special events. The French club sponsors a Mardi Gras where they taste French cui- sine and choose a king and queen. At Christmas time the Spanish club- has a party complete 7 ith a candy-filled pinata. Highlighting the Latin year is the annual chariot race. The German and Russian clubs devote their time to gaining a broader understanding of speak- ing the language. TOP — During the Spanish club meetings, the members discuss upcoming events of interest to North Central Spanish students. BOTTOM — As part of French Mardi Gras tradition, a person, un- known to the people, is chosen as king. During the festivities he comes disguised to choose his queen. At North Central ' s Mardi Gras, King Steve Wolf chose Pam Bibler as his queen. Organ zat ons — 1 09 Drama groups successful in productions North Central ' s drama depart- ment provided opportunities for students to participate in many tlneatricai fields. The Costume-Make up Club successfully impersonated a large variety of characters throughout the year. Stage Crew members were re- sponsible for all scenery in each dramatical production and also assisted with other performances held at North Central. The International Thespians sponsored three plays during the school year. The fall and winter plays were " Blithe Spirit " and " Dear Wormwood " respectively. Participation in school produc- tions is a method of earning Thes- pian points. WORKING IN THE Scene Shop, Stage Crew members Joe Eastman and Kurt Ogden pre- pare a stage set. Over 100 NC students have worked on Stage Crew this year. 110 — Organizations INTERNATIONAL THESPIANS — ROW 1: A. Ferguson, G. Urgo, E. Foster, S. Liebrich, J. Kiser, C. Schwartz, E. Frelge, J. Smith, T. Ramaker, B. Boyd. ROW II: L. Blackburn, A. Freeman, P. Caldron, C. Light, J. Claypool, K. Horth, A. Shirley, P. Rose, V. Hurst. ROW III: Mr. Lord, C. Tramps, B. Burger, K. Bateole, J. Kirtley, P. Fleck, K. Richardson, C. Bruenger, B. Price, C. Lancet. ROW IV; Mr. Hen- derson, D. McCarty, 0. Hickle, D. Crabb, J. Eiche. M. Copenhayer, J. Bursky, J. Eastman, J. Hunter. ROW V: K. Ogden, J. Raber. D. Fowler, R. McGinnis. CENTRALITES DEVOTE MANY hours working behind the scenes of NC ' s stage productions. Organirat ons — 1 1 1 TOP — Folk Music Club members Hee Haw around during their traditional assembly. BE- LOW — Jamie Corey, Sarah Krieger and Char- lene Schwartz chime in for some good ole coun- try singin ' . i. LEFT — Pickin ' to a Lester Flatt-Earl Scrugg ' s song are Tom Peck and Karl Corts. • ' »»♦♦ ♦♦♦ ••«•»«« ,»•»«» , •«»»«! ..••»! Folk Music Club performs before students The ever popular Folk Music Club continued to bring country style to North Central. President Charlene Schwartz leads the 170 nriembers with assistance from Vice President Jay Bursky. Secre- tary Margie Koerton, and Spon- sors Mr. Guffin and Mrs. Stein- metz. Meetings are held on Tues- day afternoons when members re- hearse for future programs. Inter- ested students may perform for the members in hopes of joining the club. Every spring the Folk Music Club presents one of North Central ' s most popular assem- blies. During this year ' s traditional show, a wide range of talent was displayed. Left: Club member Don Higgs and Vice-Presi- dent Jay Bursky rehearse in anticipation of a performance. Below: Singers get together for one of their favorite pastimes — practicing a wide selection of their best-liked tunes. —113 Baton corps, rallies boost panther spirit Due to the hard work and fine performances given by the Baton Corps, Panther spirit went soar- ing. They performed at many half times. Pep rallies, too, helped to raise Panther spirit. The cheerleaders led the students in wishing the teams good luck. At the last home basketball game, the senior team members and cheerleaders were honored with their parents. CHEERLEADER, PATTl SCHAEFFER, pins a corsage on Mrs. Taylor, while Dave and his dad look on. _ J ' . • ilk 4 H B % ■ raK ni jfl " " BI Kx 4rf 9 1 m ■ ' ■ " ENJOYING THEMSELVES as well as having a little basketball prac- tice are two performers in one of the Panther ' s pep sessions. Stu- dents write their own skits, try out, and then present them at a rally. Often times, organizations or clubs will write and perform skits. 114 — Organ zat ons ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■lilil BATON CORPS — Row 1: W. Sullivan, C. Kriegbaum, S. Kauffman, R. Hastings, S. Simon, S. Lewis. Row 2: S. Spalding, D. Odell, D. Powell, L. Hershey. Row 3: C. Smith, J. Stephenson. V. Swenson, C. Light, M. McGrath. Row 4: P. Elliott, J. Marker, M. Mm . D. Cravens. FINDING HER JOB MORE DIFFICULT than it seems is cheerleader Barb Mathews. She is pinning a corsage on Mrs. Koschman. Mr. and Mrs. Koschman are the parents of varsity cheerleader, Janet. All the parents of senior basketball players and cheerleaders were honored. Organizat ons — 115 Many help in various departments Many Central students gave up their study halls to help teachers this year. These students bene- fited from the experience they re- ceived as well as giving faculty in- valuable help. Physical education helpers were chosen for their ability, lead- ership qualities and interest. They proved themselves skilled in areas as leading exercises, taking attendance, and demonstrating stunts and games. Audio-visual helpers are a fre- quent sight in Central classrooms but few realize just how skilled these boys are. Their job includes delivering, adjusting and operat- ing audio-visual equipment. All bookstore assistants proved to be valuable assets to the school while taking charge of business details and operating materials. First Row: J. Taylor, M. Davis, H. Patterson, R. Stover, B. Parrish, A. Roddy. Second Ro y: K. Lloyd, B. Martindale, R. Irwin, D. Ratliff, E. Koch. Third Row: T. Johnson, J. Olson, S. Pratt, R. Cooper. Front Row: S. Murdock, N. Pritchard, K. Krise, S. Lyons, P. Deck, B. Mathews, D. Trayler. Second Row — V. Tower, M. Brown, L. Hershey, N. Rollings, C. Towel. Third Row — J. Bel- swender, K. Reiny, K. Fink, K. Bloomburg, T. Dobbs. 116 — Organ;zat ons TOP — Seniors Greg Belt and Steve Fritch relax and count the days profit in the Stu- dent Council Bookstore. LOWER LEFT — Patty Masker and Donna Goss admit that being a bookstore assistant in a rushed lunch hour is very trying. LOWER RIGHT — Audio-Visual Assistants Alva Tyner and Rich Smith splice a film in their lab. Organizations — 1 1 7 ABOVE; Jane Vezolles takes atten- dance. TOP RIGHT: Janie Hershber- ger helps in the general office. BOT- TOM: Millie Calhoun and Valerie Bevins create a " sticky situation " as they repair mutilated library books. 118 — Organ zations Assistan+s aid administrators, gain experience Many North Central students volunteered their tinne and effort helping various departnnents. The Science Department has assis- tants who help maintain the lab areas and organize experiments. The guidance assistants take passes and aid students needing to see their counselors. In the at- tendance office girls help with the absence list and distribute passes. The general office assistants learn what it takes to run a school, and they assist the sec- retaries in whatever v ay pos- sible. Library assistants rebind old books, shelve, and card books. With the aid of these students administrators and faculty are freed from many menial tasks which gives them more time for other responsibilities. Students also gain worthwhile experience in the workings of our school system. TOP: Busily measuring a solution in the chemistry lab are Bert Stunkard and Jill Jones. BOTTOM: Nancy Steele helps Karen Horth in the guidance office. Organizations — 119 Drill and Firing Squad — Front: Jerry Boyle, Dan Schroeder, Pat Exhibition Drill Team — Front: Steve Pappas, Pete Bill, Jim Miles, Towell, Sam Gibson, Back: Al Goshert, Bob Curry, Greg Grim, Mike Back: Les Russell, Harry Sanders, Bill Cooper, Brad Baumeister, An- Carmin, Kent Green, Sharron Nibbs. tonio Cazares. " A " Company, the pride of North Central ' s National Defense Cadet Corps represented the school at several drill and rifle meets throughout the school year. 120 — Organizations Rifle Team — Kneeling: Alan Goshert, Phil Hale, Mike Gray, Stern, Mark Grable, Jack Jones, Steve Cot- Dalton. ton, Standing; Brad Baumeister, Roger Hugh Cameron, Norman Cadet Corps helps students gain discipline Major Wilhelm, assisted by First Sgt. Heusley, led the North Central ROTC Battalion in a va- riety of activities this year. The Rifle Team v as City-County Champs; and Brad Baumeister was the 1970 Prone State Cham- pion. Various meets were partici- pated in by the Drill Team, who brought home several awards. Throughout the year the colors were carried at home games by the Color Guard. The annual military Ball and Federal Inspection were both suc- cessful events, due in part to the able assistance of the female sponsors. A two-week Summer Camp will be held over vacation, and the entire unit is looking forward to moving into their new quarters next year. " B " Company, shown here in military formation, also completed a successful year of intraschool NDCC competition. Both companies strived to prepare themselves for their future service in military and civilian life by exercising their mental and physical capacities. Orsanizations — 121 D.E.C.A. MEMBERS — FRONT: L. Martz. Row 1: S. Rappaport, J. Manning, D. Day, M. Buckner, C. Elbert, M. O ' Connor, K. Mc- Cracken. Row 2: F. Johnson, B. Butz, R. PERFECT THEIR SKILLS are advanced typ- Cooper, S. Griesel, K. Kelso, T. McGrath, T. ing students. Dictation, timed writings, and Young. 122 — Organizations Business Department remains very active area exercises keep them busy on their electric type- C.O.E. IVIEMBERS Row 1: S. West. Row 2: M. Samper, P. Boyer, L. Abbott. Row 3: S. Osle. writers. M. IVliller, M. Krause. Row 4: B. Meyer. Organization — 123 Activities bring challenge, rewards to students students who participated in tfie many and varied activities of- fered at North Central found them very worthwhile. Girls participated in the G.A.A. program and took part in many sports. For the first time, a Speleology club was organized. Members en- joyed exploring Indiana caves. The Ham Radio club was formed for those interested in amateur radio communications. They sent and received messages from many different places. Student assistants in the AV and Health Center areas devoted their time and energy to help others. THE HAM Radio club members include Paul Deppe, Doug Disher, and sponsor, Mr. Ilardi. The club sends and receives messages. WHISTLING WHILE HE WORKS, AV assistant, Barry Wides, cleans HEALTH CENTER Assistants, Sabrina Ogborn and Celeste Harris, ful- overhead projectors. These assistants try hard to keep up with their fill their jobs. The assistants aid students, nurses, and faculty mem- work, bers. 124 — Organizat ons G.A.A. MEMBERS — First row: L. Watkins, M. Walker, X. Fisher, L. White, N. Pritchard, P. Parret, K. Krise, Mrs. Slama. 2nd row: M. Wagnor, N. Frayer, S. Lyons, J. SerVaas, S. Murray, K. Allen, K. Koehler, S. Schaeffer. 3rd row: W. Kasle, J. Johnson, L. Renner, K. Fischer, S. Hackney, S. King, A. Bennett, C. Freyn, M. Baker. 4th row: L. Rose, B. inwin. T. Mann, C. Lyons, C. Maethner, D. Clark, B. Schubert, B. Clay, M. Baxter, S. Kunz. 5th row: B. Baten, L. Wal- lace, J. Frey, K. Ball, M. Garbrecht, N. Beal, B. Mitchell, S. Terry, 6th row: B. Matthews, M. Messerlie, K. Pike, W. Enkema, S. Mur- dock, S. Richardson, D. Traylor, M. Tewksbury. SPELEOLOGY club members have been busy this year exploring the and spent their weekends doing their thins caves of Indiana. These students have bought their own equipment Organizations — 125 The end of the boring 9a+urday afternoon? 4 t : W ' ,.V ' IS Organizations — 127 ' f ' ' , ' •mB . M ■ m % ' The individual Feeling the need for a friend Identifying with others who feel the same Recognizing the need to become involved in order to become one with the whole Being a part of 3700 students Yet retaining our individuality Becoming a union of individuals at North Central dividuals ABOVE: First Row; Kuhn, T.. Lempke, M., Foster, E., Claypool, J., Kiser, T., Rust, M., Montgorey, S., Berning, L., Thompson, J., Second Row; McGinnis, R., Shanner, R. White, R., Mills, J., Dwyer, D., Druker, V., Richardson, K., Lancet, C, Trusty, M., Third Row; Landers, D., Hunter, Jr., Raber, Jr., Crabb, D., Smoot, R., Pinckney, D., Greve, F., Guinnup, D., Wolf, S. BELOW: Dave Crabb, Treasurer, Jackie Detmer, Secretary, Todd Brewster, President, Tom Kennedy, Vice-President. 130 — Individuals 1-9-7-1 We ' re the best second to none " Smile on your brother, every- body get together, try to love one another right now. " Besides en- joying the usual prestige con- nected with being a senior, the class of ' 71 became more involved with helping others than ever be- fore. A senior sponsored tutoring program in the inner-city and later at the blind school involved hundreds of seniors in " getting together. " Class spirit soared as seniors had an overwhelming vic- tory in the can drive and a book drive for needy children was add- ed to the list of senior projects. Seniors find time to get together after school or in senior section at games. FIRST ROW: C. Disher, T. Kennedy, D, Paetz, K. Chevalier, C. Krieg- baum, E. Sacks, A. Ferguson, J. Pylat, K. Newton. Row 2: C. Mahan, S. Wiedey, C. Deel, J. Moore, C. Tremps, M. Stark, C. Bruenger, K. Richardson. Row 3: J. Howard, M. Lanham, J. Helms, M. Nurzman, D. Arfman, M. Sullivan, B. Shanner, M. Bregger. M. Behrendt. Row 4: D. English, D. Guinnup, T. Connor, R. Richert. J. Meyer, T. Shutt, 0. Mayfield, A. Garman, T. Ayres, K. Hoiloway. Individuals — 131 Qeniors LESLIE J. ABBOTT — Madrigals 2,3; Homecoming Float 4; Knitting Club 2. DAVID R. ABEL — Cross Country 2; I.M. Basketball 2,3. RICHARD JAMES ADKINS DOUGLAS G. AGNEW— Track 2-3; Football 2-4. JOHN RANDALL AIRMAN — Key Club 4; Golf Team 3; I.M. 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Chess Club 2. SHARON AKARD — Home Economics Style Show 2,3. DAVID A. ALBRECHT — Reserve Golf 2,3; Golf Varsity 4; Student Council 3; I.M. Basketball 2-4; I.M. Foot- ball 4. REBECCA SUE ALDOUS— I.M. 2,3. JILL PATRICE ALEXANDER — Hoosier Girls State Al- ternate 3; American Field Service 3,4; German Club 2-4; Deb tones 4; Costume and Makeup Club 4; Trike Race 2. DOUG ALIG BONNIE LEA ALLEN — National Honor Society 3,4; Cheerleading 2,3; Student Council 2; Junior Spectacu- lar 3; Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 3. CHUCK ALLEN AMEND AUSTIN A. AMOS — Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Foot- ball 3; Varsity Track 3; I.M. Bowling 2; I.M. Basketball 4; I.M. Softball 4. DON H. ANDERSON— Art Club 2. KATHY ANDERSON — Knitting Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Homecoming Float 4. KIM M. ANDERSON — Marching Band 3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Chess Club 2. DEBORAH LYNN APPLEGARTH — National Forensic League 3,4; Debate Club 3,4; Vice-President 4; Amer- ican Field Service 4; NMQT Citation 4. JOHN RICHARD ARBUCKLE — Panther Athletic 2; Stu- dent Council Alternate 2; Student Council Representa- tive 3-4; Safety Council 3; Intramurals 2-4. DALE ARFMAN — Class Council 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Spanish Club 4; I.M. Baseball 3; I.M. Foot- ball 4. JOHN ARNOLD I.M., Physics Lab Assistant 4. CHARLES H. ARTERBERRY— Electronics Club 2; I.M. Football 2,3; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Chess Club 2. DEBRA JEAN ARVIN— Trike Race 2-4; Art Club 2-4; Class Council Alternate 2; Homecoming Float 4. MARYANNE ASH — National Honor Society 3,4; Girls I.M. 2,3. SUSAN ASHBY — Symphonic Band 3,4; Concert Band 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council Alternat e 3; Junior Class Council 3; Gym Assistant 3. LARRY BRIAN ASH KENAZ— Electronics Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3. DAVID J. ASHMORE WALTER WARREN ATON — Pep Band 2; I.M. Basket- ball 3,4; Concert Band 2,3; Scuba Club 2. JUDITH DEE AUGUSTIN— Girls Track Club 3; Girls Concert Choir 2; Panther Athletic Club 2. 132 — Individuals Qeniors participate in H9 Bowl SENIOR JOE RIPMA works at a local riding academy keeping his leaping horse in condi- tion. JAMES H. AUSTEN — Counter Points 3,4; President 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Fall Musical 4; German Club President 2; Tutoring Service 4. GERALD W. AVERY — Pep Band 2-4, Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 2-4; I.M. 3,4; Latin Club 3. JOHN SCOTT AVERY — I.M. 4; Class Council 4; Music Men 4; Marching Band 2-4; Key Club 4; Junior Spec- tacular 3. TIMOTHY PAUL AYERS — Class Council 3; Stage Band 2-4; International Relations 2; Folk Music Club 4; Marching Band 2-4. TAMARA ANN BAAS — Trike Race 3; Girls Track Club 4. BRUCE ALAN BACKNER — Pep Band 2-4; Drama Club 2; I.M. Football 2; I.M. Softball 4; Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 2-4. HOWARD LEE BAILEY — Football 2,3; Class Council Alternate 2,3; I.M. Basketball. DAVID BAKER RICHARD W. BALDWIN— I.M. Football 3; I.M. Basket- ball 4; Track 4. STEVE I. BALL — Student Council 4; Cross Country 3.4: Track 2-4; Key Club 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; German Club 3,4. BOB G. BARKER — Varsity Golf 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 2-4! Junior Spectacular 3; Key Club 3,4; Let- terman ' s Club 4. DELISA BARLOWE GARY RAYMOND BARNES — National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 4; Student Council 4; I.M. Football 4; I m! Basketball 2-4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. BETH ANN BARNHORST — Student Council Alternate 3; Attendance Office Assistant 4; Lab Assistant 2,3; Booster Club 2; Junior Spectacular 2,3. JAMES R. BARRETT — Varsity Gymnastics 3,4; I.M. Softball 3,4; Letterman Club 4; Chemistry Lab As- sistant 3. „. , ,, JAMES DAVID BARTLETT— Folk Music Club 4; Key Club 4. Individuals — 133 Qeniors DAVE F. BARTON CHARLES BASCH TERRl ELLEN BATES KAREN R. BATESOLE — Stage Crew 2; Junior Spectacu- lar 3; Folk Music Club 4; Bell Choir 2-4; Costume and Make-up Club 2-4; Thespians 3,4. GREG BATTRAM — ROTC 2-4, Cross Country 2. RICK BAUER — Panther Athletic 2; Golf 3,4; Class Council Alternate 2,3; Northerner Staff Assistant 3; Advertising Manager 4; I.M. Basketball 4. MARY BAUER GEORGIA ANN BAUGH — French Club 2; Folk Music Club 4. LESLIE F. BAUGH — German Club 2; Music Men 2,3; Counterpoints 2,3. CYNTHIA JANE BAUGHMAN— Folk Music Club 2; Trike Race 2; Girls Concert Choir 2; I.M. Tennis 2,3; Des- cants 3,4. CHRIS BAUMBACH BRIAN BAUN— Track 3. P. STEVEN BEA— Drafting Club 2. TIMOTHY JOE BEATTY— Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 2-4; Baseball 2-4. SARAH LYNNE BEESON— First Aid Club 3. MARK DOUGLAS BEHRENDT— National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 4; Latin Club 2-4; Class Council 4; Na- tional Forensics League 2-4; I. U. Honors Program Al- ternate 3. SUSIE B. BEIMAN — Panther Athletic 2; I.U. Honors Program Semi-Finalist 4. STEVE BEINEKE DEBORAH JEANNE BELLISH— Yearbook Staff 3; Fine Arts Editor 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Class Council Tutoring Program 4; Class Council Alternate 4; Girls Track Club 3,4. DAVID A. B ELLON JACK BELSCHWENDER GREG JAMES BELT — Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Student Council Alternate 4; I.M. Basket- ball 2-4; Reserve Football Team 2, Varsity 3,4; Letter- man ' s Club 4. AARON M. BENJAMIN — Wrestling 2-4; Baseball 2,3; Football 4; NDCC Firing Squad 2-4. BRYCE HUGH BENNETT — Gymnastics 2-4; Track 2; Anglar Nimrod Club 2; Trike Race Pit Crew; Panther Athletic 2; Letterman ' s Club 4. NANCY JO BERKOWITZ— Lockets 3,4; Panther Ath- letic 2; Drama Club 2; Student Council 2,3; Costume and Make-up Club 3; French Club 4. LAUREL J. BERNING— I.M. Volleyball 2; Junior Spec- tacular Usherette 3; Junior Achievement 3; Folk Music Club 4. SHELLEY ROSE BERNSTEIN— Drama Club 2; Class Council Alternate 2; National Forensics League 2; Forensics Club Secretary 2; Student Council Alternate 3. AMY ELIZABETH BEST — Trike Race 2; Acapella 2; Ju- nior Spectacular 3; Madrigals 3; American Field Ser- vice 4; Deb Tones 4. 134 — Individuals Class of ' 71 BEVERLY ANN BIBBS JEFFREY R. BISHOP — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 2-4. KATHY ANN BIXLER — Girls Concert Choir 2; Junior Achievement 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Class Council Alternate 3. PAUL BLACK — Class Council 3; Counterpoints 4; Fall Musical 4; Folk Music Club 4; Forensics 4; Winter Play 3. LARA BUCKBURN — National Honor Society 3.4; Teen Star Reporter 2-4; Stage Crev 2-4; Folk Music Club 4; Chamber Music Club 4; Junior Spectacular 3. RANDALL C. BLAKE — Student Council 2; Debate Team 2; Speech Team 2,3; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. Bas- ketball 3; Panther Athletic 2. McKINLEY BLAKES JOHN BLAND — Football 2,3. CHARLES BLASKI KATHLEEN BETH BLEKKING — German Club 3; Poetry Club 2; Spring Fashion Show 2; I.M. 2-4; Nev spaper 4. MICHAEL BLICKMAN — National Honor Society 3.4; Key Club 2-4; Vice-President 4; Student Council 4; Junior Spectacular 3. EARNEST H. BOARDS — Gym Assistant 3,4; Wrestling 2-4. Graduation anticipated by Qeniors BONNIE LOU BOELDT— Class Council 2; Junior Prom Court 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Cheerleader 4. PAULA JEAN BOGGS — Fashion Show 3; Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; Latin Club 2. KIM B. BOMAN — Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; Student Council Alternate 3. EMILY HALL BOND— Panther Athletic 2; Stage Crew 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Latin Club 2-4; Track Club 3,4; Lockets Club 3. STEVE KENT BONNETTE — National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Wrestling 2-4; Gym Assistant 4. PATRICIA JO BOUTWELL— Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; German Club 2; Junior Prom Decorations 3; Attendance Office Assistant 3. BRADFORD BIVIN BOYD— Repertory Company 2-4; Student Director 4; International Thespian Society 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Stage Crew 3,4; Key Club 4. CINDY A. BOYD— Wind Ensemble 2-4; French Club 2; Academic Games 2; I.M. Volleyball 2; Trike Race 3,4; Solo Music Contest 2-4. PATTI ANN BOYER — Girls Concert Choir 2; Spanish Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Attendance Office As- sistant 3; Booster Block 2; Madrigals Choir 3. TOM BOYER MARY B. BRACKEN— Stage Crew 2. RONALD BRADFORD Individuals — 135 Seniors ALEX BRAITMAN — National Honor Society 3,4; De- bate Club 2; Folk Music Club 4. DAVID JOHN BRANNAN— Art Club 2. DIANE MARIE BRANNAN — Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2; Trike Race 2-4; Library Assistant 2,3; Lock- ets 4. JANICE KAYE BRANSFORD — Booster Block 2; Trike Race 2,3; Office Assistant 4; International Foods Club 2; Home Economics Style Show 2. LESLEY BRAUNS — Spanish Club 2; Journalism Club 2; World Culture Club 2; Art Club 3,4. MICHAEL BREGGER — National Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 4; Class Council Executive Committee 4; Class Council 3,4; Biology Club 2; Medical Explorers 3. DEBRA JEAN BRETZLAFF — Assistant Drum Major 3; Head Drum Major 4; Chess Club 2; Folk Music Club 3,4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3,4. TODD BREWSTER — National Forensics League 2,3, President 4; Senior Class Council 4; Student Council 3; Varsity Debate Team 2-4; Key Club 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3. CHER! BRIGHT STEVEN MICHAEL BROADDUS — Wrestling 4; Sopho- more Class Council 2. KAREN JO BRODERICK— Trike Race 2; I.M. 2-3. CYNTHIA JANE BROOKS — Booster Block 2,3; Trike Race 4. Triangle Club sponsors sfyle show KIMBERLY J. BROWN — Transfer student from York Community High School 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Trike Race 4; Art Assistant 3. LAURA GENE BROWN — Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2; Intramurals 2; Art Club 3; Junior Spectacular 3. MARCIA C. BROWN — Office Assistant 2,3; Gym As- sistant 4; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2-4; I.M. Volleyball 2,3. WAYNE DARNAIL BROWN — I.M. Football; Speech Team; Stage Crew. DEBORAH SUZANNE BRUCE — Student Council 2. MICHAEL HOWARD BRUCE— Biology Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Basketball 2,3. RICHARD A. BRUCE— I.M. 2. ROBIN ALAN BRUCE CAROLL M. BRUENGER — Junior Spectacular 3; Thes- pians 4; Fall Festival Style Show 4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block. WILLIAM F. BUDDENBAUM — I.M. 2. ELLEN L. BULLMAN — Debtones 2; Shorthand III 4. WILLIAM LESLIE BURGE— Pistol Team ROTC 2-4; Straight Drill Squad ROTC 2-4; Football 2-4; I.M. Bas- ketball 2-4; I.M. Softball 2-4. 136 — Individuals Class of ' 71 REBECCA SUSAN BURGER — International Thespian Society 3,4; National Forensics League 2-4; Stage Crew 3,4; Costume and Make-up Club 3,4. MARCIA ANN BURGY— Health Center Assistant 3; l.M. Bowling 2-4; l.M. Volleyball 2-4; Trike Race 2; Lockets 4. BARBARA JO BURK — Library Monitor 3,4; French Club 4; Gymnastics Meet Assistant 4; International Foods Club 2. BARBARA MORGAN BURNS — Orchestra 2-4; l.M. Gym- nastics 2; Student Council Representative 4; Lockets 4; Trike Race 3,4; Attendance Office Assistant 3,4. MARILYN DARLENE BURNS — Home Economics As- sistant 4. MARCIA JEAN BURTON — Shakespeare Club 2; Future Teachers of America 2; l.M. Gymnastics 2; Black Cul- ture Club 3; Senior Class Tutor Program 4. DEBBIE KAY BUTLER— Booster Block 2. DAVE JACKSON CADY JUDY CAINE HOWARD M. CALDERON— l.M. Football 2,3; l.M. Bas- ketball 2,3; l.M. Baseball 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. PAULETTE CALDERON— Stage Crew 2-4; Thespians 2-4; Thespians President 4. HUGH R. CAMERON — Rifle Team 2-4; Pistol Team 2-4; Color Guard 2-4; l.M. Football 4; Russian 2-3; Trike Race. SALLY J. CAMPBELL — National Honor Society 3.4; Counterpoints 3,4; Fall Musical 2-4; Junior Spectacu- lar 3; Class Council Alternate 4. LARRY GEORGE CANNON — Newspaper Staff 4; Key Club 4; l.M. Football 2-4; l.M. Basketball 2-4; l.M. Baseball 2-4. STEVE RAY CANNON — Language Lab Assistant 2. LINDA SUE CANTRELL — A Cappella Vice President 2; Madrigal 3; Debtone 4; Fall Musical 3; Trike Race 2-4. JACQUELINE MARIE CAREY — Spanish Club 3; Home Economics Assistant 4. SHERRI LEE CARLIN — A Cappella 2; Drama Club 2; Folk Music Club 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race 3,4; Girls Ensemble 3,4. RICHARD ALAN CARMICHAEL— Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Cross Country Manager 3.4; Track Manager 2-4; l.M. Basketball 2,3. STEVE J. CARMIN — Transfer from Eastbrook High School 4. KEVIN PAUL CARON — Transfer student from Union City Community High School. SHERRIE CARPENTER — Baton Corps 2; l.M. Gym- nastics 2-4; Trike Race 2,3. ANNAMARIE HAZEL CARR — Panther Athletic 2; Boost- er Block 2. BRENDA JEANNE CARRAWAY — Concert Band 2; Sym- phonic Wind Ensemble 2,3; Intramurals 2-4: Class Council Alternate 3; Bookstore Assistant 3; Panther Athletic 2. J. CHRIS CARVIN BRENT ALAN GARY — Newspaper Photographer 3,4; Yearbook Photosrapher 3,4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 3,4; NDCC 3.4. DEBORAH LYNN CASEY — Spanish Club 2. DANIEL R. CASWELL Individuals — 137 Seniors LINDA DALE CAZEE — Attendance Office Assistant 4. JEFFREY CHADWICK GERALDINE LOUISE CHAVIS — Orchestra 2-4; National Forensics League 2-4; Student Council Representative 3,4; Newspaper Club 2; I.M. Volleyball 2-4; Chairman of Homecoming Dance 4. EDITH JANE CHEESEBOUROUGH— Newspaper Club 2; I.M. Volleyball 2; Art Museum Guide 4. DAVID L. CHESTERFIELD — Latin Club 2; German Club 3; Wrestling Team 2-4; I.M. Softball 3; Cross Country Team 3; Scuba Club 2. KAREN DENISE CHEVALIER — Class Council Repre- sentative 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Ayres Fashion Board Representative 4; Scholastic Art Award 2-4; John Herron Art Scholarship 4; National Honor Society 3,4. JOHN T. CHOATE — Football Team 2; Wrestling Team 2; Audio-Visual 2. LYNN MARIE CHRISTEA — Student Council Alternate 2-4; Junior Spectacular Program Editor 3; Style Show 4; AFS Club 4; Northerner Editor-in-Chief 4; Jr. Spec 3. -NDCC Drill Team 2,3. -Stage Crew 2-4; Thespians 3, National Merit Semifinalist 4; CRAIG A. CHRISTENA- JULIA B. CLAYPOOL- Secretary 4; I.M. 2,3 Drama Club 2. „„„,.,. KATIE I. CLEAVER— Black Culture Club 2; Scholastic Award 2,3. GLORIA JEAN COBB — Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Lockets 3,4; Panther Athletic 2. GARY L. COHEN — Rifle Team 3,4; Drill Team 2,3. HOWARD R. COHEN DAVID RICKY COLGLAZIER — Student Council Repre- sentative 2; Christmas Dance King 2; Baseball Team 2-4; Football Team 2-4; Junior Class Council Vice- President 3. „ „, ROBERT C. COLLINS— Wrestling Team 2-4; Class Council Representative 3. Enthusiastic seniors pack the senior section at the last home football game against North- west. 138 — Individuals Class of ' 7 1 STANLEY COLLirJS III— Class Council 2; Debate 2; National Forensics Leapue 2; Northern Li?hts 2,3. MARY ANNE COLVIN— Art 2-4; Scholastics Award 2. TOM V. CONNOR — Varsity Golf 3,4; Key Club 4; I.M. 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 4; Class Council 3,4; German Club 3,4. LOREN HAROLD CONRAD — Counterpoints 3,4- Bell Choir 2; I.M. Basketball 3,4. JODY ANN COOK — National Honor Society 3.4; Art Contest 3; Symphonic and Pep Bands 2-4; National Merit Semifinalist 4; Science Seminar 2. SCOTT DAVID COOK— Panther Athletic 2. SUSAN LYNN COOPER — Junior Spec 3; AFS 4; Medi- cal Explorers 4; Scholastic Citation 2-4. WILLIAM E. COOPER — NDCC Battalion Formation and Exhibition Drill Team 2-4; Pistol Team 3; I.M. Football and Rifle Team 2,4; Color Guard 3. GERALD ALAN CORAZ — Student Council Alternate 2-4; Gymnastics Team 2-4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4. DAMITA JO CORK — International Foods 2; Knitting Club 2. KARL FREDERICK CORTS — Gymnastics Team 2; Track Team 2; Class Council Alternate 2; Folk Music Club 4. HAL MICHAEL CORWIN — German Club 3; National Honor Society 3,4; I.M. Sports 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3. STEVEN A. COTTON— NDCC Rifle Team 2-4; Drill and Firing Squad 3,4; NDCC Battalion Formation 2-4: Chess Club 2. ROBERT GEORGE COVEY — Counterpoints 4; I.M. Sports 2-4; Pep Band and Marching Band 3. KENNETH ALAN COX— National Honor Society 3,4; Gymnastics Team 2-4; Letterman ' s Club 3,4; Student Council 2,4; Science Seminar 2; Chess Team 2. NANCY ANNE COX — French Club 2; Health Careers 2; Trike Race 2. DAVID WILLIAM CRABB— Senior Class Treasurer 4; National Honor Society Vice President 4; Junior Spec- tacular Act Chairman 3; ID Honors Summer Study in Germany 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. DAVID EDWARD CRAFTON — German Club 2; Wood- working Club 2. ELIZABETH LOUISE CRAIG— Science Assistant; Music Department. DIANNA LYNN GRAIN- Deb-Tones 3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Panther Athletic Club 2. MARGARET ANN CRANE — Girls Track Club 3.4: Or- chestra 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; Chemistry Assistant 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Scholastic Award 2.3. CHIP MA RSHALL CRAVENS — I.M. 3: Hunting Club. RALPH J. CRAWFORD — I.M. 2,3: Chess Club 2. LINDA SUE CRAWSHAW — Trike Race 2; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Panther Athletic 2; Scholastic Award 2.3: Lockets 3,4; Style Show 2,3. CAROL LYNN GRAYS — National Honor Society 3,4: Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; Class Council 4; Trike Race 2; Scholastic Citation 3,4. DENISE M. CRONIN ALAN ROBERT CRONK — German Club 2. JOANNE CUMMINS Individuals — 139 9eniors DAVID ALAN CURTIS — Transfer student from John Glenn High School; National Forensics League 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Winter Play 4. DOUGLAS R. CURRY — Football Team 2,4; Track Team 2 4; Student Council Representative 2,4; I.M. Basket- ball 2,4; Lettermens Club 3,4; Homecoming King Can- didate 4. „ JENNIFER JANE DALE — I.M. Volleyball 2; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2. L YNN DEBRA DANZIG — Travel Club 2. DENNIS PAUL DAVIDSON — Transfer student from Brebeuf. JENNIFER LEA DAVIS — Panther Athletic 2. JERRY ROBERT DAVIS — Football Team 2; Wrestling Team 2-4; Cross Country Team 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Gym Assistant 3,4; Panther Athletic 2. LINDSAY JEAN DAVIS — Junior Spectacular 3; Book- store Assistant 3; Panther Athletic 2; Girls Track Club 3,4; Trike Race 2,3; Stage Crew 2. MIKE DAVIS _ PATRICIA ANN DAVIS — Transfer student from Short- ridge. VIKKI DAVIS — Transfer student from Topeka West High School; News Bureau Staff 4; Annual 4. WILLIAM F. DAVIS — Football Team 2; Track Team 2,3; Gymnastics Team 2-4; Class Council Alternate 2,3; I.M. Basketball 2-4. DAN DAWSON DEBORAH JO DAY — French Club 2; DECA Club 4. FRANCIE ANN DAY — Student Council Alternate 2; Fall Art Festival 3; Art Club 2; Trike Race 2; Attendance Assistant 3. MICHAEL D. DEARING CYNTHIA ANN DEEL — Class Council Representative 2; Alternate 4; Gym Assistant 3; Lab Assistant 4; Trike Race 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. J DAVID DEER — Folk Music Club 4; I.M. Football 2-4; Basketball 2,4; Varsity Track Team 4; Cross Country Team 3; Angler-Nimrod Club 2. ROBERT WILDE DEGROFF — Newspaper Staff 3,4; I.M. Football 4. PATRICK JAMES DELEHANTY— Football Team 2; Track Team 2,3; Cross Country Team 3; I.M. Basket- ball 2,3; Travel Club 2. DEBORA LEE DELONG — Trike Race 2-4; Health Center Assistant 3,4. MARK JOSEPH DEMASIE— Key Club 4; Angler-Nimrod Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Football 3,4; Basketball 4. LINDA N. DEROO — Panther Athletic 2; Lockets 4; Folk Music Club 4; AFS Club 4; Scholastic Awards 2,3; Typing Award 2. JACQUELYN LOUISE DETMER — National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Student Council Representative 2; Class Council Representative 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race 2-4; Lab Assistant 3,4. GARY ALLEN DEUSER— Chess Team 2-4, President 4; I.M. Football 4; Basketball 3,4; Rifle Team 2-4; Base- ball 4. o ■ . O .1 LESLIE ANNE DEVOE — National Honor Society 3,4; Girls Track Club 3, Secretary 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Madrigals 3; Debtones 4. . , -, CHERYL LYNN DICKINSON — Debtones 4; Annual 3, Staff 4; Trike Race 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Madri- gals 3; Panther Athletic 2. „ , . . KATHLEEN ANN DIEHL — Panther Athletic 2; Lab As- sistant 2,3; Trike Race 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Drama Club 2. 140 — ;nd vidua s Class of 7 1 Senior Tom Connor carefully adjusts the complicated instruments in the A-V lab. DIANE DIENER — Panther Athletic 2; Stage Crew 2: Girls Track Club 3; Gym Assistant 3; I.M. 2,3. BILLIE JEAN DILL — National Forensics League 2: Health Club 2; Style Show 3; Cooperative Office Ed- ucation 4; Booster Block 3. NANCY I. DIMIT — Annual Trike Race 2-4; Attendance Office Assistant 4; Cross Country Publicity Club 4: Homecoming Publicity and Decorations Committee 3; Intramurals 2. CATHERINE JEANNE DISHER— Junior Class Council Representative 3; Senior Class Council Representative 4; Lockets Club 4; Girls Track Club 4; Trike Race 3; Homecoming Float Chairman 4. RONALD LEE DISON — National Honor Society 3,4; DECA Club 4; Wrestling Team 2,3; Motorcycle Safety Committee. JAMES CHARLES DIXON — Wrestling Team 2,3. JULIANNE H. DIXON — Homecoming Float Chairman 4; AFS Club 3; Trike Race 2-4; Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; Sophomore Class Council 2. DANNA L. DOBSON DEBRA SUE DODD — International Foods 2: Red Cross Club 2; Science Laboratory Assistant 3: I.M. 3; Home- coming Float 4; Delegate To Student Council Nom- inating Convention 3. CATHLEEN F. DONNELLY — Junior Spectacular 3: Girls Track Club 4; Newspaper 4; Scholastic Citation 2, Award 3; Homecoming Float Chairman 4. MIRIAM LYNN DORFMAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Forensics Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Dramatics Club 2; Scholarastic Citation 2,3; I.M. Volleyball 2. ROBERT E. DORSTE — National Honor Society 3,4. LISA K. DOUTHITT — National Honor Society: French Club President 2; Student Council Representative 3,4; New Student Committee Chairman 3; Girls State Representative 3: Panther Athletic 2. THOMAS H. DOVE — I.M. Basketball 2-4; Football 4. JAMES G. DOWLING DEBORAH J. DRAKE — Drama Club 2; Panther Ath- letic 2; Trike Race 3; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Deb Tones 3; Allegros 4. Individuals — 141 Seniors Senior Lit, Sociology, Government, all are forgotten as seniors meet friends and ex- change news in the Student Center. Laura Glassmeyer and Tom Kennedy greet other Centralites with a smile. VALERIE J. DRUKER — National Honor Society 3,4; National Forensic League 2; Lockets 3,4; National Merit Semifinalists; Scholastic Citation 2,3; Drama Club 2. CRAIG L. DRYBREAD — German Club 2. JOHN C. DUNHAM— I. M. Football 2,3. KAREN LYNN DUNKEL — Folk Music 4; Lockets 4; AFS Club 4; Scholastic Citation 2,3; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 4. DRU ANNE DWYER — Trike Race 4; National Merit Semifinalist 4; Track Club; Transfer from Ladywood. STEVE C. DYE GARY LEE DYER TOM DYGARD — Chess Team 2; Reserve Track Team 2,3; Varsity Track Team 4; Reserve Football Team 3; Varsity Football Team 4; Folk Music Club 4. RALPH THEODORE EARLE — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Track Team 2,4; Key Club 4; German Club 2; I.M. Football and Basketball 4. DAVID BRYAN EASTES — Panther Athletic 2; Golf Team 4; I.M. Basketball; Trike Race Pit Crew 2. JULIA ELIZABETH EATON — Costume Makeup Club Secretary-Treasure 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council Alternate 3; Panther Athletic 2; World Culture Club 2; Black Culture Club 2. BETSY KAREN EBERHARDT PAUL ECK — National Honor Society 3,4; Scholastic Citation 3; I.M. Swimming 2. NANCY ELIZABETH ECKEL— Trike Race 2-4; German Club 3; Scholastic Award 2,3; Senior Class Council Alternate 4; General Office Assistant 3; Panther Ath- letic 2. JOYCE CAROL EDEN — Library Assistant 2-4; Deb- Tones 3, President 4; Panther Athletic 2; Knitting Club 2. RONALD E. EDEN— Football Team 2,3; Panther Ath- letic 2; Junior Spectacular 3. 142 — Individuals Seniors ROBERT fJORt lAfJ EDGERTON — Varsity Baseball 3.4- Key Club 2,3,4; I.M. Football 4; I.M. Basketball 3.4; Scholastic Citation 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Key Club Historian 4. KAREN JEANNE EFFErJBERGER — Trike Race 2,3; Stu- dent Council Alternate 2; Student Council Representa- tive 3; French Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Scholastic Award 2,3. FRANK R. EINTERZ— Latin Club 3,4; Band 3,4; I.M. Football 4, Basketball 3, Sv imming 3,4. JEFFREY LEE ELAM — Panther Athletic .2; Gymnastics Team 2,3, Captain 4. COZETTA MARIA ELBERT — Gym Assistant 3; Counter- points 4; Junior Class Council 3; I.M. Volleyball 2.3. ANTHONY JOSEPH ELLIOTT — I.M. Basketball 2; Draft- ing 2,3; Student Council 3; Class Council Alternate 4. BECKI ANNE ELLIOTT — National Honor Society 3,4; Newspaper 2; Lockets 3,4; Girls Track Club 4; Tnke Race 4; Scholastic Award 2,3. GARTH BRADLEY ELMORE SHARON KAY ELMORE — Trike Race 2. MARCIA D. ENGLE — Spanish Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Trike Race 2,3,4; Style Show 3; Lockets 3,4. AL ENGLERT DAN C. ENGLISH — Basketball 2,3,4; Class Council 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2; Track Team 2. MIKE P. ENSMINGER — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Foot- ball, Basketball 3,4. MARK LEE EPSTEIN — Pep Band 2,3,4; Key Club 4; AFS Club 3; Pit Band 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Band 2,3,4. ANN M. ESPINOZA — American Field Service Student 4. DEBORAH KAY EVANS— Booster Block 2; I.M. 2; Typ- ing 2; Shorthand Club 3. JERRY L. EYDEN TORI R. FACKLER — Junior Spectacular 3: Spanish Club 2,3; Trike Race 3,4; Library Assistant 3; Typing Club 2. RICHARD WARREN FAGUE— Ecology Action Project 4. MARTIN FARLOW— I.M. Bowling 2, Basketball 3. KENNETH MICHAEL FARMER — Gym Assistant 3; I.M. Softball 3, Football 4, Basketball 2,3.4: Class Council Representative 3; Student Council Representative 4. FREDERIC BRIAN FARRIS — Chess Club 2; Student Council Alternate 3,4; I.M. Swimming 2,3.4: I.M. Bas- ketball 3, Football 4; Medical Explorers 3,4. ROBERT T. FASOLA — Reserve Football 2: Varsity Foot- ball 3,4; Lettermans Club: I.M. Basketball: Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council Alternate 3. GARY EDWARD FATHMAN — Golf Team 4. RONALD MARK FEATHERSTON— Folk Music Club 3; Electronics Club 2; Chess Team 2: I.M. Football 2: Concert Band 2,3. DENNIS A. FEHNEL — Scuba Club 2: I.M. Football 2. DEBRA ANN FERGUSON — Student Council 3: Class Council 4: National Forensics 2.3, Secretary 4; Thes- pian 2,3,4; Stagecrew Club 3.4: Winter Play 2. STEVEN A. FERGUSON Individuals — 143 Class of ' 71 DEBORAH ANN FIEDORAL — Spanish Club 2. DEBRA SUE FIELDS — Trike Race 2,4; Folk Music Club 4; Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2. DEBORA JAN FINDLING — Trike Race 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Booster Block 2. ELAINE ESTHER FINK — National Forensics League 2-4, Vice-President 4; French Ciub 2-4; President 4; National Honor Society 4; Student Council 2,3; Debate Team 2-4; LU. Honors Program Participant 4. JANE ELLEN FINK STEPHAN A. FINNERAN — Woodworking Club 2; ICT Program 4; Automechanics 3. STEVEN A. FISCHER — Chess Club 2; Latin Club 2. RANDALL L. FISHMAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Trainer, Manager for Basketball Team 2-4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Key Club 3,4; Letterman ' s Club 4. PATRICIA JEAN FITZMORRIS — Spanish Club 2. KATHY ANN FITZV ATER JENNIFER ELLEN FLANNERY — Folk Music Club 3; Scholastic Award; Library Assistant 2; Spanish Club. PAMELA SUE FLECK — I.M. Tennis 2, Volleyball 3, Bowling 4; Stagecrew 3,4; Art Club 2; Booster Block 2. 1 97 1 we ' re ihe best, second to none JOHN KENT FLETCHER — North Central Band 2,3. MARTIN ANTHONY FOGLE — Symphonic Band 2,4; Orchestra 4; Stage Band 4; Key Club 3,4; Class Council Alternate 3,4; Class Council Representative 2. MAUREEN LEE FOREMAN — Typing Club 2; Typing Award 3. GIL FORSYTH PETER J. FORTUNE— Reserve Baseball 2; I.M. Foot- ball 4. ELLEN RUTH FOSTER— Stage Crew 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; International Thespian Society 3,4; Repertory Company 3,4; Junior Spectacular Act Chair- man 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. DAVID K. FOWLER — International Thespian Society 3,4; Repertory Company 4; Stage Crew 2-4; Language Lab Assistant 4; Marching Band 3; Basketball Pep Band 2,4. MELISSA ELO FOX— I.M. 2; French Club 2,3. PATRICIA ANN FRAMPTON — Wind Ensemble and Marching Band 2-4; I.M. 2,3; Latin Club 2,3. JULIE DIANE FRAN K — Junior Prom Publicity Chair- man 3; Orchestra 2-4; Gym Assistant 3,4; Class Coun- cil 3; Class Council Alternate 2; Homecoming King and Queen Court Chairman 4. JEANNE MARIE FRANKLIN — Junior Spectacular 3; AFS 3,4; Tutoring Program 4; Environmental Science Club 4; Lockets 3; Scholastic Citation 2-4. KEVIN DEWAYNE FRANKLIN — NDCC Band Formation 2-4; Folk Music Club. 144 — Individuals Seniors MARINA FRANKOVITZ — Folk Club 2-4. JEANNIE MARIE FRATTINI — Attendance Office Assis- tant 3,4: I.M. Softball 3; Panther Athletic 2. KATHLEEN FREE — Spanish Club 2,3; Panther Athletic 2; Knittmp Club 2: Trike Race 2. THETA FAYE FREED — German Club 3,4; Student Coun- cil Representative 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Booster Block 2,3; Lockets 4. AMY ROSE FREEMAN — Counterpoints 3.4; National Thespian Society 2-4; National Forensics League 2-4; Fall Musical 3,4; Repertory Company 2-4; Junior Spec- tacular 3. LISA KAY FREEMAN — Art Club; Drama Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race. JULIE BETH FREEZE — Future Teachers of America Club, Secretary 2; National Honor Society 3,4. STEPHEN A, FRITSCH — Football Team 2; Panther Ath- letic Club 2; I.M. 2-4; Chess Club 2; Spanish Club 3. STANLEY M. FULK — Student Council Representative 2; I.M. Basketball 2,3; Latin Club 3; Forensics Club 2. JOHN CARR FULLER — Nev spaper and Yearbook Pho- tographer; Newspaper Staff. SUSAN MARIE GAITHER— I.M. 3,4; Latin Club 3,4. FRED GARBRECHT Seniors choose colleges nationwide TERESA JAN GARCINA DACIA LYNN GARDNER — Class Council Representative 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Panther Athletics 2: I.M. 2. BART GARLOTTE — Junior Spectacular 2,3; Cross Coun- try Team 2; Track Team 2. ANDREW HANLY GARMAN— National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Music Men 4; I.M. Basket- ball 2-4;Class Council Representative 4; Track Team 2. DEBRA SUE GASPER — Panther Athletic 2; Deb-Tones 3,4; Fall Musical Usher 3,4; Booster Block 2; Trike Race 4; French Club 2-4. DOYLE JOSEPH GATES GINNI ELLEN GATES — Band 2. JANICE GAUCHAT — Red Cross Club. Secretary 2; I.M. Volleyball 2. DOUGLAS SCOTT GEARHART — NDCC 2: Library As- sistant 2,3; Chess Club 2; I.M. Bowling 3.4. Football 4: Auto Mechanics 3. URSULA GEHRUNG — French Club 2.3; Latin Club 2; Future Teachers of America 2; Trike Race 3,4; Class Council Alternate 2; German Club 2-4. JACQUELINE SUE GELLIS — A Capella 2; Descants 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Panther Athletic Club 2: I.M. 2. MIKE KENNETH GEORGE — Key Club 4; Baseball Team 3,4; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Baseball 2: Football 4. Basketball 2-4. Individuals — 145 Class of ' 7 1 TERESA LEE GERHOLDT RAYMOND JOSEPH GERINGER SUSAN LEE GETZ — Class Council Representative 3,4; Feature Twirler in Baton Corp 3,4; Panther Athletic Club 2; Girls Trike Team 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Baton Corp 2. r- . -. r-_,- ROBERT B. GIBSON — Newspaper Sports Editor 3, Edi- tor in Chief 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Gymnastics Team 2-4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. MARK W GIES — Transfer from Carmel High School SHARON R. GILLIES — Descants 3, Sec. -Treasurer 4; Girls Concert Choir 2; Red Cross 2; Student Council Alternate 3,4. LAURA GLASSMEYER — Student Council 3; Panther Athletic 2; Lockets 4; Trike Race 4; Booster Block 2. ALICE J. CLICK — I.M. Tennis 2,3; Gymnastics 3; Pan- ther Athletic Club 2; Review Typing Club 2. DANIEL F. GOLDSMITH FAYE GOLDSTEIN— Travel Club 2. DAVID GOLDSTEIN — Junior Spectacular Act Chairman 3; National Thespian Society 3,4; Music Men 3,4; Stage Crew 2-4; Fall Musical 3,4; History Department Assistant 3. MARTHA E. GOLDSTEIN — Student Council Alternate 2; Panther Athletic 2; World History Assistant 2; Junior Class Council Representative 3; Stagecraft Club 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. SAM SIDNEY GOLDSTEIN — Junior Historical Society 2; National Forensics League 3,4; Wrestling Team 2-4; Spanish Club 3,4; Academic Games Club 2; World Travel Club 2. WILLIAM A. GOODHART — NDCC Battalion Formation 2; Art Club 2. TERRY JO GOSHERT— Band 2-4. BRUCE GRAHAM JAMES MARSHAL GRAHAM — Reserve Football 2, Man- ager 4; Panther Athletic 2; Class Council 2; Student Council Alternate 4; Gym Assistant 4. BRADLEY ALLAN GREEN— Latin Club 2; Battalion Formation 2. R. RICHARD GREENE — Junior Class Council Alternate; Panther Athletic Club 2. MIKE LENARD GRESKAMP— I.M. 2,3. FRED GREVE — Junior Spectacul ar 3; National Merit Semifinalist 4. JOAN E. GRUBBS DON W. GRUMME— Panther Athletic 2. GREGORY DALE GUBBINS — Counterpoints 4; Music Men 3; Fall Musical 3. DAVID E. GUINNUP — National Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Golf Team 2-4; National Merit Semi-finalist 4; Class Council 2,4. RITA KAY GUINTHER— Reading Lab Assistant 2; Booster Club 2; Health Career Club 2, SARAH R. GUY — Booster Club 2; I.M. Soccer 2, Volley- ball 3; Art Club 2. ELIZABETH JANE GUYTON — Student Council 2; Alter- nate 3; Style Show 4; Senior Class Council Alternate 4; John Herron Guide 4; Panther Athletic 2 146 — Individuals Seniors Jii THERESA ANN GWINN— I.M. Volleyball 3. JOHN L. HAAS THOMAS H. HACKETT — Transfer from Brebeuf. GORDON S. HAGGARD RON L, HALL — National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Baseball Team 3,4; Student Council Representative 3,4; I.M. Football, Basketball 2,4; Reserve Cross Coun- try and Baseball Teams 2. DALE DOUGLASS HAMILTON — I.M. Softball 3,4, Foot- ball 4; NDCC Officer 3,4. NAIDA LEE HAMILTON PEGGY JO HANDZIAK — National Honor Society 4; Pan- ther Athletic 2; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Library Assistant 2,3; Scolastic Citation 2,3. STEVE DUANE HARDEN — Safety Council 4; Football Team 2; I.M. Basketball 2,3; Wrestling Team 4; Track Team 4. PATRICIA HARDING JONI KAY HARKER— Baton Corps 3,4; Class Council Alternate 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Trike Race 3; Girls Track Club 3; Junior Spectacular 3. ROBERT DAVID HARMAN — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Basketball 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Drafting Club 2; Chariot Race 3. SUSAN LYNN HARPER — Panther Athletic 2; Office Assistant 2; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Booster Block 2. WARD DOUGLAS HARRINGTON— I.M. Bowling 3,4; Woodworking Club 2; Wrestling Team 4. ALAN S. HARRIS KATHY M. HARRIS — Madrigals 3; Knitting Club 2; Of- fice Assistant 3. MARK J. HARRIS— I.M. Football 2. SUZY L. HARRIS — Newspaper 2,3; Student Council Representative 2; Class Council Representative 3; Rev- elations 4; Human Relations Council 2,3. JOHN W. HART — Varsity Football Team 2-4; Varsity Wrestling Team 2-4; Varsity Track Team 2-4. CAROL LYNN HARTLEY TATE HARVEY LARRY R. HARVEY RUTH ANN HASTINGS — Drama Club 2; Costume and Make Up Club 2; Baton Corp 2-4; Class Council Al- ternate 4; Trike Race 3,4; I.M. Volleyball 2. JOHN HATHAWAY BRENDA SUE HAYES — Student Council Representative 2,3; Booster Block Treasurer 2,3; Panther Athletic 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race 3.4; Locket 4. LINDA LOU HAYES — Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. 2,3; Booster Block 2; Lockets 4. ALFRED DARNELL HAZELWOOD — Panther Athletic 3,4; Reserve Football 2.3; I.M. Basketball 2,4; Safety Council 4. NANCY JANE HEDRICK — Acapella Choir 2: Madrigals 3; Allegros 4; Folk Club 4; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Vol- leyball 3. Individuals — 147 BONNY JO HEHN — Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Class Council Representative 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Lockets 3,4. DAVID DEMONT HEILIGER— National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 3; President of Homecoming 4; Varsity Tennis Team 3,4; Junior Prom King 3; Key Club 4. RANDALL SCOTT H El LMAN— Library Assistant 2-4; Chess Team 2; NDCC Drill Team 2; Key Club 4. BARRY N. HELLER— National Honor Society 3,4; Hoosier Boys State Lt. Governor 3; NFL State Cham- pion 2,3; Student Council Member-At-Large 2; Student Council 3,4; Key Club 3,4. JOHN E. HELMS — Track Team 2-4; Lettermans Club 2-4; Class Council 2,4; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Cross Coun- try Team 2. CAROL LEE HENDERSON— Knitting Club. GARY HENDERSON— I.M. Football 2; Basketball 2-4; Black Culture Club 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. LINDA SUSAN HENDERSON— Drama Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Scholastic Award 2,3; I.M. 2,3. DEBORAH HENDRICKS LOIS JULIE HENE— Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Lockets 3,4; Trike Race 3,4; German Club 3. STEVEN PAUL HENKE— Language Lab Assistant 2-4; Folk Music Club 4; German Club 3; Sound Crew 2,3. GRANT C. HESS— I.M. Football 2-4; Track Team 2. Qenior activities promote class unity DAVID A. HIATT — Gymnastics Team 3,4; World Cul- ture Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Angler-Nimrod Club 2; I.M. 2; Latin Club 3,4. DEBORAH JAYNE HICKS — Stage Crew 2; Panther Ath- letics 2; French Club 2; Health Careers Club 2; Junior Achievement 3,4. MARGARET ANN HICKS — Drama Club 2; French Club 2; Ceramics 4. DEBORAH GALE HIGGS — Trike Race 3,4; Track Club 3; I.M. Softball 3; Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2. SUE C. HILAND — Latin Club 3,4; Lockets 4; Class Council Alternate 4; Student Council Alternate 2; Des- cants 3,4. GEORGE HILL — Graphic Arts Club 2,3; Graphic Arts Assistant 2-4. DALE G. HODGSON ELIZABETH LOUISE HOEHN — Future Teachers Club 2; American Field Service Club 3,4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; French Club 4; Lockets 4. MERRIBETH HOFFMAN— Panther Athletic 2. CORNELIUS WM. HOLDER — I.M. Basketball 2-4; Stu- dent Council Alternate 3; ROTC Club 2-4; Vocational Auto Mechanics 4; Homecoming Escort 3; Vocational Education Club 4. JOAN REBECCA HOLLANDER — Science Lab Assistant 4. CHARLES CRAIG HOLLOWAY, JR. — Football Team 2; Track Team 2; Student Council 2,4; National Honor Society 3,4; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Spanish Club 4. 148 — Individuals Class of ' 7 1 KEVIN ANDREW HOLLOWAY — Class Council Repre- sentative 3,4; Football Team 2-4; Wrestling 3; Let- termans Club 3,4; Track Team 3,4. STEPHANIE A. HOLMQUIST — National Forenslcs League 2; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Newspaper Office Assistant 2; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 4; Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2. SUZANNE L. HOLSWORTH — Spanish Club 2; Guid- ance Assistant 3. STEVE M. HOLTZ— Panther Athletic 2; Chess Club 3; Audio Visual Assistant 2-4; German Club 2; Chess Team 2; Medical Explorer Club 3. GREGORY HOPKINS — JROTC Platoon Leader 4; Audio- Visual Assistant 3-4. LYNN C. HOPKINS — Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 2-3; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race 2-4. KAREN JANE HORTH — German Club 3-4; Panther Athletic Club 2; Stage Cre w 2-4; Scholastic Award 2-4; AFS Club 3; Orchestra 2-4; Thespians 4. JULIE K. HOUCK — Sophomore Class Council 2; News- paper Staff 2; Drama Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Student Council Alternate 4; Folk Music Club 4; Trike Race 4. LINDA L. HOWALD — Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3-4; Concert Band 2; Madrigals 3; Girls Ensemble 4; Booster Block 2; LM. Volleyball 3. JIM C. HOWARD — Varsity Baseball 2-4; I.M. Basket- ball 3-4; Student Council 3; Class Council 4; Letter- man ' s Club 2-4; I.M. Football 3-4. CAROL A. HUBBELL — Bookstore 2-3; Booster Block 2. MARTHA M. HUEBER — Trike Race 2-4; Attendance Office 2; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 4; Latin Club 2-4; I.M. Gymnastics, Volleyball, Tennis 2-4; Panther Athletic 2. Qeniors win can drive CINDY ANTHONY HUGHES — Trike Race 2-4; General Office 2; I.M. 2; Panther Athletic 2. NANCY JANE HUGHES — Folk Music Club 4; Latin Club 2-4; National Honor Society, Lab Assistant 3-4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Scholastic Citation 2-4. LARRY DEE HUGHEY— Panther Athletic 2: I.M. Bas- ketball, Softball 2-3; Key Club 4. RICHARD JOHN HUGEY DAVID B. HULEN JEFFREY LEWIS HUNTER— Academic Games Club 2; Stage Crew Club 2-4; International Thespian So- ciety 2-4; National Honor Society 3-4: Student Coun- cil 4; Chairman Curriculam Committee 4. REBECCA LYNN HUNT — Panther Athletic 2. VERA JANE HURST — Stagecrew Club 2-4: Thespians 4; Zoology Lab Assistant 3: Stage Office Assistant 4; Stage Crew Club Treasurer 4: Panther Athletic 2. GEORGE BAIN HUTCHINSON — Key Club 3-4; Foot- ball Team 2-4; Track Team 2-3; Class Council Alter- nate 4; Junior Spectacular 3. CARL H. HUTZLER THERESA L. HUTZLER — Panther Athletic 2; Girls Booster Block 2; General Office Assistant 2; Hall Moni- tor 3. GAIL LYNN INGRAM ndiV duaf— 149 Seniors MARY JEAN INGRAM— I. M. ROY M. IRWIN — German Club 3; I.M. 2-4; Football 2-4; Baseball 2-4. EARLINE JAMISON STEVE DALE JARRETT RUSSELL H. JEFFREY— World Culture Club 2; Gra- phic Arts Club 3; I.M. Basketball, Football 3. MICHELLE JOAN JENKINS — International Foods 2; I.M. Volleyball 2; Trike Race 2-4. CHERYL LOUISE JENN DEBBIE SUE JOHNSON— Panther Athletic 2; Red Cross 2; Trike Race 2,3. FRED JOHNSON SUSAN JOHNSTON— Transfer from Cardinal Ritter; Lockets 4; AFS member 4; News Bureau 3,4; Karate Club 4. KIM JONES PAUL H. JOSLIN— A Capella 2; Class Council 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Bell Choir 3,4; CHERYL A. JUDKINS— Symphonic Band 2-4; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Girl ' s Track Club 4; Folk Music Club 4; Fall Musical 4; Pep Band 3,4. ANNE JULIAN— Trike Race 2-4; AFS 3; French Club 3 ; Class Council Alternate 3; Booster Block 3; Lockets 4. MARTA M. JUSTAK— AFS Exchange Student to Madagascar 3; Orchestra 2,3; Forensic Club 2,3; French Club 2,4; Debate Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; AFS 3,4; Treasurer 4. JAMES R. KAHN — Student Council 2; Forensic Club President 2; Journalism Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Key Club 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4. SHERYL LEE KALLEEN— Travel Club 2; Junior Spec- tacular 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Girl ' s Concert Choir 3; Allegros 4. SHARON MARIE KALSOW — Health Center Assistant 3. PHILIP MILES KAPPES — Junior Spetacular 3; Key Club District Secretary 3; Class Council 3; Key Club 2-4, President 4. BARBARA ELLEN KARAU— Concert Band 2; Symphon- ic Wind Ensemble 3-4; French Club 3-4; History Club 2; Pep Band 2-4; Pit Orchestra 4. MICHAEL J. KASLE — Scholastic Recognition 2-3; Pan- ther Athletic 2; German Club 2-3; Junior Spectacular 2; Orchestra 2-4; I.M. Football, Basketball 2-3. SUSAN G. KAUFFMAN — Student Council 4; Northern Starlettes 2-4; News Bureau 3-4; National Honor Society 3-4; Medical Explorers 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3. SUSAN LYNN KAUTZ — Stage Crew 2, Panther Ath- letic 3 ' Art 2-4. RICHARD S. KEBLER — Stage Crew 2-3; Slide Rule Club 2; I.M. Basketball 2; Pep Band 2; Junior Spec- tacular 2-3; Band 2-4. DON E. KELB — Marching Band 2-3; Football and Basketball Pep Bands 2-4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3-4; I.M. Bowling 2-4; Concert Band 2. ROB G. KELLY— Baseball Team 2,3. PAULA GREER KENDALL — Student Council Alternate 2; Student Council Representative 3; Class Council Alternate 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Madrigals 3; Alle- groes 4. ANTHONY LAVERNE KENDRICK— Concert Band 2; Symphonic Band 3,4; Bell Choir 3. 150 — Individuals Class of ' 71 CANNIBAL AL MANCINI prepares to eat mis- sionary Bob Gibson in the N. C. cafeteria. TAMARA SUE KENNEDY — Student Council Alternate 3; Class Council Representative 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Madrigals 2; Descants 3,4; Gym Assistant 3,4. THOMAS EDWARD KENNEDY — Reserve Football 2,3; Class Council Vice President 4; Christmas Dance Prince 3; Style Show 4; Key Club 4; Junior Spectac- ular 3. KENNETH ROGER KERN — German Club 2,3; Chess Club 2; Photography Club 2. RONALD L. KERN — Chess Club 2. MARK KERNODLE — I.M. Football 3,4. RUBY LEE KERSH — Student Assistant 2; Panther Athletic 3,4. KENNETH A. KESSLER — Art Club 2; I.M. Football. JOHN 0. KETTERMAN — Music Men 3,4; A Cappalla 2; Biology Club 2; Travel Club 2. COLLEEN MARIE KIELY — Transfer student from La Grange Illinois 3; Newspaper Staff 4. KEVIN B. KIMBERLIN KENNARD Z. KING — Transfer student from Park School 3. PHILIP ALAN KINNEY— DECA 4; Chess Club 2. MADALYN SUZANN KINSEY — Girl ' s Ensemble 3,4; Wind Ensemble 2; National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4; Fall Musical 4: Folk Music Club 3.4; Junior Spectacular. KEVIN KiETH KIRKPATRICK ROGER WAYNE KIRKPATRICK— Panther Athletic 2; DECA 4; Distributive Education 4. JANE ELIZABETH KiRTLEY — National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular; Act Chairman 3; Thespians 3,4; Stage Crew 3.4; Orchestra 2-4. Indhiduals — 151 Qeniors JULIE ANN KISER — French Club 2-4; Junior Spectac- ular 3; Thespians 4; Lockets 3,4; Stagecrew 3,4; Trike Race 4. TERRI ELLEN KISER — National Merit Semifinalists 4; Junior Spectacular 3; National Honor Society 3,4; News Editor Northern Lights 4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. SHERI LYNN KLEIN — Health Career ' s Club 2; Libra- ry Assistant 2; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Lockets 3,4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Trike Race 3,4. ROB DWIGHT KNIERIM — Angler Nimrod 2; I.M. Bowl- ing 3. TERESA KAY KNIGHT — Class Council Representative 2; Trike Race 3,4; Girl ' s State Alternate 4; German Club 3; Student Council Alternative 4; Lockets 4. MARGIE ANN KNUE — Student Council 2; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Lockets 4; French Club 4; Attendance Of- fice Assistant 3. ERIC DEAN KOCH — Angler Nimrod Club 2; Reserve Football 2,3; Varsity Football 4; Gym Assistant 4. MARJORIE JANE KOERTEN — National Honor Society 3,4; Counterpoints 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Fall Musical 3,4; Junior Class Council Secretary 3. CHERYL KOPLOW JANET LYNN KOSCHMANN — Gym Assistant 3; Class Council Alternate 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Var- sity Cheerleader 4. MARTHA ANN KRAAY — English Office Helper 3,4; National Forensic League 2-4; Library Assistant 2; Morning Announcements 4; Trike Race 4. RACHEL KREMER — Transfer Student from Israel 3; A Cappalla 3; Deb Tones 4; Spanish Club 4; French Club. CAROL ANN KREUSSER— Junior Spectacular 3; Jun- ior Class Council 3; Folk Music Club 2; Gym Assis- tant 3; Fall Musical 3; Girl ' s Ensemble 3,4. CYNTHIA D. KREIGBAUM— National Honor Society 3,4; Senior Class Council 4; Baton Corp 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Block ' s High School Fashion Board 4; Senior Style Show 4. NANCY ANN KRUEGER REBECCA LYNN KRUEGER— Student Council Rep- resentative 2; Junior Spectacular Choreographer 2,3; Madrigals 3; Girl ' s Ensemble 4; Fall Musical 4. RICHARD C. KRUSE CINDY KAY KUBLNICK BARBARA J. KUDER — Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2,3; Junior Spectacular 3, I.M. 2,3; Lockets 4, Girl ' s Track Club 4. THEODORE F. KUHN — Key Club 4; National Merit Semifinalist 4; I.M. 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; Latin Club 2. VICKI JO KUHNS — Panther Athletic 2; Junior Spec- taculer 3; Trike Race 3,4; Zoology Lab Assistant 3; Office Assistant 2; I.M. Softball 3. JUDITH ANN KUSZMAUL — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Tennis 3, Volleyball 2; Bowling 2-4; Trike Race 4; Lockets 3,4. MARY L. LABUS — Trike Race 4; Costume and Make- up Club 2,3; Drama Club 2; Bookstore Assistant 3. CRAIG MARTIN LAFLIN — Transfer Student from Broad Ripple High School; I.M. 2,4; Newspaper Staff 2,4; National Merit Commended Student 4; Quill and Scroll 4; News Bureau 4. LILLI P. LAMB — Transfer Student from JF Kennedy High School, New Orleans. ROBERT B. LAMB — Panther Athletic, Auto-Mochnics 2,3. CAROLYN JEANNE LANCET — Stagecrew 2-4, Secre- tary 4; Orchestra 2-4, Librarian 3,4; Thespians 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. DAVID MICHAEL LANDERS — National Honor Society 2,3; National Merit Semifinalist 4; National Forensics League 3,4; Etchings in Thought Board of Editors 4. 152 — Individuals Class of ' 71 PHILIPP ALAD LANE — Key Club 4; Business Careers Club 2. DAVID ALAN LANGFORD — Drafting Club 3,4; Pho- tographer for Yearbook and fJewspaper 2,3. MICHAEL R, LANHAM — tJational Honor Society 3,4; i.M. Basketball 2-4; Class Council 2-4; Track 3,4; Cross Country 4. WILLIAM H. LASH — Panther Athletic 2; Fall Musical 3,4; Counterpoints 4; Senior Class Council Alternate 4; Folk Music Club 4; Junior Spectacular 3. SARA CHRISTINE LAWALL — National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council Alternate 2; Student Council 3; French Club 2-4; Scholastic Citation 2. KATHERINE JAN LECKLIDER — Red Cross Club 2. JAMES GARY LECOCQ — Sophomore Class President 2; Student Council 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. 2-4. EDITH ANN LEHNER — Cover design Junior Spectac- ular 3. MARTHA B. LEMPKE — National Honor Society 3,4; Library Assistant 2,3; Latin Club 2-4. MARY JAN LEONARD — Trike Race 2; Panther Ath- letic 2,3; Style Show 3; I.M. 2. DAVID E. LESH— I.M. Basketball, Football 2,4; Wrest- ling 2-4; P.E. Assistant Instructor 3; Panther Athletic 2; Medical Explorers 3. JOHN MATTHEW LESHER— I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4; Trike Race Pit Crew 2; Panther Athletic 2. CAROLYN R. LEVIN STEVEN E. LEVINE— I.M. Basketball 3; National For- ensics League 2-4; Debate Team 2-4; Gymnastics Team 2; Debate Club Vice President 2; Medical Ex- plorers Treasurer 3. LINDA MARY LEVITON— Student Council Alternate 3; Fine Arts Festival 3; Spanish Club 2. DAVID PAUL LEWIS — Football 2; Scholastic Citations 2,3; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. 2; Angler Nimrod 2; Academic Games 2. ROBERT WILLIAM LEWIS — Chess Club 2; Angler Nim- rod 2; Reserve Football 2,3; Varsity Football 4. MARC ALAN LICKLITER — Cross Country 2-4; Track 3,4; Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council Alter- nate 3; Panther Athletic 2. SHARON LYNN LIEBRICH — Costume and Make-Up Club 2-4; Fine Arts Festival 2-3; National Honor So- city 2,3; Newspaper Staff 4. DAVID M. LIENERTH CAROL ANN LIGHT— Stage Crew 3,4; Thespians 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Etchings in Thought Staff 4: French Club 2. REBECCA LYNN LIMING— Newspaper Club 2; Folk Music Club 3,4; Fall Play 4; Class Council Alternate 4; Allegros 4; Latin Club 3. D. SCOTT LINCOLN— Music Men 3,4. President 4; Fall and Winter Plays 2. ROBERT C. LINDQUIST— Pep Band 3.4. CHRIS LINDSTROM— Home Economics Style Show 2,3; French Club 2,3; Lockets 4: Home Economics Assistant 3,4; Trike Race 4: Senior Homeroom Float 4. CINDY A. LISHER — Girl ' s Concert Choir 2. Bookstore Assistant 4; Panther Athletic 2: Booster Club 2. RAY ANTHONY LOCKHART— Reser ' e Wrestling 4. BARBARA L. LOEFLER— Knitting Club 2. Individuals — 153 Seniors BRUCE A. LONG — Cross Country 2-4; Track Team 2-4; Stage Band 3-4; Marching Band 2-4; Pep Band 2- 4; Junior Class Council 3. KEVIN J. LOTZ — Rifle Team 2; Auto Mechanics 3. SARA LOVE — Class Council Alternate 2; Orchestra 2-4; Panther Athletic Club 2. JAMES M. LOWE — Printing Technology 4; Angler and Nimrod Club 2. RICHARD LOZINAK— I.M. 3,4; Bowling 3. ROBERT A. LUGINBILL— National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 2; Junior Class President 3; Reserve Football 2; Varsity Football 3,4; Vice-President of Let- terman ' s. STEPHEN R. LUKENBILL— Panther Athletic Club 2; LM. Football 4. CAROL ANN LYNN— Trike Race 2-4; Fall Musical; Drama Club 2; Folk Music 2-4; Madrigals 2; Girls Ensemble 3,4. VIRGINIA LYONS— Choir 2-4; Gym Ass ' t. 3. JOHN MAAS DEBRA J. MACY— Trike Race 2-4; A Cappella 3; Al- legro 4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. SHARON MADDEN — Business Careers; Knitting Club; Clothing Assistant. Fashion freedom welcomed af N.C. MICHAEL MADDOX — Graphic Arts Service Club 2,3. CAROL LYNN MAHAN— Newspaper 4; Senior Class Council 4; Human Relations Council 3,4; I.E. A. 3,4. KATHY ANNE MAHONEY— Lab Assistant 3,4; Ger- man Club 4; Travel 2; Business Careers 2. JOHN MAIDENS — I.M. Basketball 3,4; I.M. Football 4. JEFF A. MALIFF— I.M. Football 3; I.M. Basketball 2,3; Angler and Nimrod Club 2. BOBBI K. MALIZIA — Secretary of Class Council 2; Class Council 2; Class Council 3; Lockets 3; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2,3. ALAN MARK MANCINI— Spanish Club 2,4; Chess Club 2. DAVID S. MANIFOLD — National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council; German Club 2,3; Student Council Alternate 3. JAMES M. MANNING — DECA vice-president 4. JOHN MANNIX FERNANDO U. MARASIGAN CINDY L. MARLEN — Trike Race 3-4; Junior Spectacu- lar 3; Science Club 2; German Club 3; I.M. 3. 154 — Individuals Class of ' 7 1 KURT H. MARLETT — I.M. Basketball 2-4. KRYSTAL JUNE MARRS — Transfer from Lebanon; Ca- det Choir 3; Girls Ensemble 4; Trike Race 4; I.M. 2; Swim Team 2. LES MARTZ — Pep Band 2-4; Symphonic Band 3,4; Deca 4; I.M, Football, Softball 3,4; Turkey Band 2-4. NANCY JAY MASSELINK— Panther Athletic Club 2; Booster Block 2; Attendence Office 3,4. ANNE ELIZABETH MATNEY— Attendence Office As- sistant 3,4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Latin Club 2,3; Spring Style Shov 2; Track Club 4; Madrigals 4. PAUL W. MATSON — Symphonic Band 2,3; Cross Country Team 3,4; Track Team 2-4; I.M. 3,4; Let- terman ' s Club 3,4. MARILYN JEANEEN MAURER— National Honor So- ciety 4; Panther Athletic 2; Spanish Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Lockets 3; Trike Race 3,4. STEVEN TRENT MAXAM — Wrestling 3; Panther Ath- letic 2; Key Club 3; Latin Club 2,3; Scuba Club 2; Class Counsel Alternate 4. ORLANDO DUNNINGTON MAYFIELD— Football Team 2-4; Basketball 2; Track Team 2-4; Class Council 4; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. Basketball 3,4. EDWARD ANDREW MAYO — Marching Band 3,4; Pep Band 2-4; Trike Race Pit Crew 2-4; Scuba Club 2; Panther Pep Club 2; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. MIKE EDWARD McALOON— Debate Team 2; Stage Crew 4. DAVID JAY McCARTY — Thespians 3,4; Junior Spec- tacular Coordinator 3; I.M. Football 3; Stage Crew Club 2-4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Poetry Club 2. 9eniors awake to community affairs MIKE JAMES MCCLURE KATHRIN JEAM MCCONNELL— National Honor So- city 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Lockets 3; French Club 2. KAREN JANE MCCONVILLE— Panther Athletic 2; Dra- ma Club 2; Lockets 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race. ANNE T. MCCORD— Ecology Club 4; Trike Race; Art Club 2; I.M. Volleyball, Gymnastics, Softball 2-3. CAROLE W. MCCORD — Scholastic Award 2-3; I.M. 2,3. DIANNE LEE MCCORD — Student Council 2; National Honor Society 4; Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2; Trike Race 3. RAY BRUCE MCCORD LINDA SUSAN MCCORMICK— Stage Crew 2; Panther Athletic 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Trike Race 3; I.M. 2,3. KEVIN KERRY MCCRACKEN— Acapelo 2,3; Folk Music Club 4. CYNTHIA MCDONALD— Concert band 2; Pep Band 2-4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 4; German Club 2,4; I.M. 2; Biology Club 2. CRAIG MOLLNOW MCGAHEY— German Club 4; I.M. Football 4; I.M. Swimming 2-4; National Honor Society; Slide Rule Club Biology Club; Junior Spectacular. KAREN L, MCGHEE — Red Cross Club 2; International Foods Club 2; I.M Volleyball 2; Spanish Club 3. Individuals — 155 Seniors RICHARD R. McGINNIS— National Honor Society 3,4; International Thespian Society 3,4; National Forensics League 3,4; Repertory Theater Company 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; National Merit Semifinalist 4. MERRILEA MARGARET McGLASSON— Panther Ath- letic 2. TIMOTHY KEVIN McGRATH— Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 2. BRIAN COLLIER McKINNEY— Stage Band 3,4. ELIZABETH ANN McKINNEY— Class Council 2; Pan- ther Athletic 2; Student Council 3; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. 2,3; Trike Race 2-4. KAREN LOU McKINNEY— Panther Athletic 2; Drama Club 2; Class Council 3; Girl ' s Track Club 3; Trike Race 2-4; I.M. 2,3. SUSIE McMASTERS JAMES F. McNICHOLS — Panther Athletic 2; Gym As- sistant 3,4; I.M. Basketball 3,4; Football 4, Hand- ball 4. J. BROOKE McQUADE — Trlke Race 3-4; Latin 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council Alternate 2; I.M. 2. MIKE J. McSHAY— I.M. 4. THOMAS E. McSOLEY— Football 2-4; Wrestling 2; Class Council Alternate 2-3; Panther Athletic 2. LINDA S. MEAD — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Volleyball Team 2. KARL E. MEANS — Football Student Manager 4; I.M. 2-4; Latin Club 2-4; Latin Senate 3; Gym Assistant 3; Chess Club 2. DUAINE S. MERIWEATHER— Vocational Industrial Club of America 4; I.M. Basketball 3; Folk Music Club 3; Folk Music Program 3; Rifle Team 2; NDCC Federal Inspection 2. LINDA SUEZETTE MERIWEATHER— Knitting Club 2. PAM S. MERKLIN— Trike Race 2,3. KELLY MERRITT— Electronics Club 2. BARBARA MEYER S. — Panther Athletic Club 2; Stu- dent Council 2; Trike Race 2,3; Christmas Princess Candidate 2; Homecoming Queen Candidate 4; Junior Prom Queen 3. JAMES MEYER JOHN A. MEYER JOHN C. MEYER— I.M. Basketball 2-4; Debate Club 2; Key Club 4; Class Council 4. RUTH R. MEYER— AFS Host Sister 4; AFS Club Presi- dent 4; French Club 3. WAYNE D. MIDKIFF— Panther Athletic 2; Stage Band 2; I.M. 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Folk Music Club 4. MARK E. MILENDER — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 2,3; Baseball 3; Resen e Football 2,3, Varsity 4; Gym Assistant 3,4; Letterman Club 4. MARK D. MILES — Panther Athletic 2; Junior Historical Society 2; Student Council 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4; I.M. 4. ROBERT DOAN MILLBERN CHRISTY LEE MILLER— Panther Athletic 2; Class Council 2,3, Alternate 4; Homecoming Queen Candi- date 4. KEVIN HOWARD MILLER— Transfer from Cardinal Rit- ter. 156 — nd(v dua s Class of ' 7 1 KRIS MILLER — Descants 3,4; Drama Club 2; Girls Concert Choir 2; Attendance Office Assistant 4; I.M. MARK J. MILLER — l.f l. 2-4; Wrestling Team 2-4; Gym Assistant 2-4, MARSHA LEE MILLER — Student Council Alternate 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. SALLY MILLER — Student Council Alternate 2; Junior Class Council Alternate; Trike Race 2-4; I.M. Base- ball 3; Panther Athletic 2. STEVEN LAWRENCE MILLER — I.M. Sv imming 2; Art League 2. WILLIAM R. MILLER NANCY A. MILLION — Panther Athletic 2. DONALD B. MILLS — Cross Country Team 2-4; Track Team 2-4. JENNIFER SUSAN MILLS — Student Council Repre- sentative 2, Secretary 4; Christmas Dance Princess 2; Junior Spectacular Act Chairman 3; I.U. Honors Pro- gram 3; Junior Prom Court 3; National Merit Scholar- ship Semi-Finalist 4. JEAN BENOIT MINER — I.U. Honors Program 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; AFS Club 3, Secretary 4; French Club 2,3, Secretary 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Gym Assistant 3. PAUL 0. MINOTT, JR. — International Relations 2,3; I.M. Football, Baseball 3,4; Action Unlimited 4. PAUL W. MINX — Northern Lights Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 4; Quill And Scroll 4; Junior Spectacular 3; lEA 4; Student Council Alternate 3. SAMUEL A. MISHELOW — IM Basketball 3-4, Football 3. THOMAS CARL MITCHELL WILLAM 0. MITCHELL CATHERINE A. MITKUS— Panther Athletic 2. MIKE WILLIAM MOGG — Panther Athletic 2. IM Foot- ball 4. R. CRAIG MOGG ROSEMARY PATRICIA MONFORTE — Panther Athletic 2; Junior Prom Chairman 3: Etchings In Thought Cover Designer 4. DWIGHT LEE MONICAL — National Honor Society 3,4; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4; Stage Band 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Gymnastics Team 2-4; Track Team 3.4. THOMAS J. MONROE — Panther Athletic 2. CYNTHIA A. MONTGOMERY — Panther Athletic Club 2, Folk Music Club 2; Drama Club 2. DEBBIE MONTGOMERY SUSAN GAYLE MONTGOMERY — National Honor So- ciety 3,4; National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4: Panther Athletic Planning Committee 2: I.U. Honors Program Semi-Finalist 3; Orchestra 2-4; Spanish Club 2-4. KAREN LEE MOODY— North Central Marching Band 2-3; Panther Athletic 2; Nurses Assistant 3; Booster Block 2. CYNTHIA FAYE MOORE JUDY L. MOORE — Gym Assistant 3,4: Student Council Representative 2; Junior Class Council Representa- tive; Senior Class Council Representative; Junior Spec- tacular 3; National Honor Society 3,4. STEVE J. MOORE— Panther Athletic 2. Individuals — 1 57 Can drive plays part in school and community _ _ Senior boys help organize the distri- f I bution of canned foods for Key Club ' s : !l; . I Can Drive. SUSAN LYNN MOORE— Panther Athletic 2; A Cappella 2; Descants 3,4; Folk Music Club 3; Trike Race 4. THOMAS H. MOORE— Orchestra 2-4; Key Club 2-4; I.M. 4. THOMAS W. MOORE CINDY A. MORDOH — Majorette 2,3; Home Economics Fashion Show 2. JAN ELLEN MORRIS — Student Council Alternate 2; General Office Assistant 2; Class Council Alternate 4. VICKIE LYNNE MORTON— Choir 2,3; Attendance Of- fice Assistant 4; Class Council Alternate 4. ANDREA KAY MOSS— Typing Club 2. SUSAN KAY MOSS — Descants 3,4; Style Show 3,4; Latin Club 2,3. DAVID WILLIAM MOUNT— Yearbook Photographer 4; Latin Club 2-4. RICHARD HARRISON MOYER— Transfer from Barring- ton High School 3; WFBM High School Bowl Quiz Show; Gymnastics Team 3,4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; WLWI Exercise In Knowledge Quiz Show 4; Scholastic Award 3,4. SHARON MULLIGAN SARAH ADAM MUMFORD— Black Culture Club 2; At- tendance Office Assistant 3. V ILLIAM D. MURPHY— JCL 2,3; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Boys State 3. BARBARA ANN MUSKAT— Lockets; Transfer from Re- gis High School. CYNTHIA J. MYER ROXANNE NIKISUE MYERS— Forensics 2; Girls En- semble 3,4; A Capella 2; Fall Musical 2. 158 — Individuals Class of ' 7 1 EARNEST DARRELL MYETTE— Audio Visual Club 2; NDCC Rifle Team Club. SUSAN ELAINE NAHMIAS RICHARD ALAN NATHAN — Chess Club 2; German Club 2. JULIE ANE NAVE — Spanish Club 2; Travel Club 2. GARRY L. NEES — Varsity Football Manager 2; Varsity Football Trainer 3. SANDRA GAIL NEESE— Majorette 2,3; Panther Ath- letic 2; Play Director 3. VIRGINIA NEFF — National Honor Society 3,4; Madri- gals 2; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Vice-President 4; Orches- tra 2; Folk Music Club 4; Fall Musical 4. RICHARD CHARLES NELSON— I. M, Tennis, Bov ling 3; Medical Explorers 3. WILLIAM R. NELSON— I. M. Football, Softball 2; Chess Club 2. LEWIS NEMES — Student Council Representative 4; Library Assistant 2,4; Chess Club 2. JACKIE NEUBAUER STEPHEN RAY NEUMEIR— Symphonic Wind Ensemble 2-4; Stage Band 2-4; Pit Orchestra 2-4; Junior Spec- tacular Band 2-4; German Club 3; I.M. Bov ling 2-4. ELIZABETH FAYE NEW JANE ANNE NEWLAND — Style Show 2,3; Girls Concert Choir 2; Booster Block 2; Home Ec. Assistant 4. KRiSTY LEE NEWTON— National Honor Society 3,4; Orchestra 2-4, Secretary 4; Trike Race 3; Class Coun- cil Representative 2,4; Scholastic Citation 2.3. ANTHONY W. NICHOLSON — Orchestra 3,4; Stage Band 2-4; Tennis Team 2, Varsity 3,4; Pit Orchestra 3,4. ANN CATHERINE NICKEL— Student Council Alternate 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Yearbook Staff 3,4, Section Editor 4; Girls Track Club 4. BARBARA ANN NIESSE — French Club 2; Booster Block 2; Girls Concert Choir 3; Deb-Tones 4: Trike Race 2; Panther Athletic 2; General Office Assistant 3. DAIVID D. NORSCHOW— Band. GENE W. NORMAN MARK GILBERT O ' BRIEN— Varsity Football 3,4; Coun- terpoints 3; Music Men 4; Junior Class Council Repre- sentative; I.M. Basketball; Fall Musical 2-4. MICHAEL DENIS O ' CONNOR— I.M. Basketball 3; DECA Club 4. DIANE E. ODELL — Baton Corp 3,4; Drug Panel 4; Class Council Alternate 2,3; Panthers Booster Club 2; Pan- ther Athletic 2; Trike Race 2,3. MICHAEL GENE ODELL— I.M. Basketball 2; Student Council Representative 3,4; I.M. Basketball 3. LARRY RICHARD ODLE— Panther Athletic 2. PATRICIA ANN OFFICER KURT L OGDEN— Stagecrew Club 2-4; Vice-President 4; Thespians Society 3,4; Treasurer 4; Junior Spectac- ular 3. SHARON LYN OGLE Individuals — 1 59 Seniors CATHY L. OLIVER — Junior Spectacular 3. RICHARD WARREN OLTHOFF NEIL P. O ' MAHONY — Gymnastics Team 3,4; Office Assistant 3; I.M. Softball 3. DIANE C. OSTERMAN — Student Home Ec. Assistant 2-4; Junior Achievement 3,4; International Foods Club Secretary 2. FREDRICK STEVEN OTTENSMEYER DORTHY KAY OTTO — Panther Pep Club 2; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Junior Achievement 3. EDWARD W. OVERMAN — Panther Pep Club 2. MARK WAYNE OVERMAN — Reserve Football Team 2; Reserve Basketball Team 2,3; Reserve Track Team 2; I.M. Football, Basketball 4; Student Council Alternate SUSIE OVERSTREET — Trike Race 3; Typing Club 2; Panther Athletic 2. DEBBIE OWEN — Drama Club 2; English Department BETH OWENS — Student Council Representative 2; At- tendance Assistant 3; Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2. DEBORAH JOAN PAETZ — Trike Race 3; Student Coun- cil Representative 3; Class Council Representative 4. CATHY ANN PALASINI — Class Council Representative 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; Scholastic Aw ard 2,3. ROBERT E. PARRISH — Reserve Basketball Team 2; Reserve Baseball Team; Class Council Representative 2; Varsity Track Team 3,4; Lettermens Club 3,4; Vars- ity Football Team 4. ANDREA J. PARSONS GAIL ANNE PASHOS — French Club 3; Scholastic Award 2,3; AFS Club 3,4; Senior Class Council Alternate 4; Costume and Make Up Club 4; Student Council Alter- nate 3. LARRY V. PASSON JOE SOLAN PATCH— Football Team 3. HOWARD WILLIAM PATTERSON — Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity 3,4; Varsity Track 2-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Student Council Alternate 4; Gym Assistant 4. JOHN E. PATTERSON VALERIE PAUL MARY ANN PEARCE — National Honor Society 3,4; Stu- dent Council Representative 2; Class Council Repre sentative 3,4; Scholastic Citation 2-4; Folk Music Club 3,4; Yearbook Opening Editor 4. THOMAS FREDERICK PEARCY— I.M. Basketball 2-4, Football 4, Bowling 3,4; Music Men 3,4; Class Coun- cil Alternate 4; Angler-Nimrod Club 3. KAREN SUE PECK — Chorale 2; A. Cappella 3; Madrigal 4; Lockets 4; Pre-Teaching 4. MARY JANE PECK DEBRA S. PEET PAULA PEIRCE EDWARD ROY PENN 160 — Individuals Class of ' 7 1 KURT J. PENNEY BETTE A. PERRY — Lockets Secretary 3, President 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Class Council Alter- nate; Typing Club 2; Drama Club 2. RICHARD H. PETERS ROBERT PETERSON NORMAN L, PHELPS KAREN S. PHILLIPS NAN PHILLIPS — Style Shov Commentator 4; Trike Race 3; French Club 2; Panther Athletic 2. JULIE KAY PIERCE — National Thespian Society 3,4; Girls Ensemble 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Costume and Make-Up Club 2-4, Vice-President 4; Student Council Alternate 2,3; Blocks Fashion Board 4. CATHERINE PIGG THOMAS A. PING KEVIN PINNER TANYA PINNER MARCIA L. PIRES JOHN PUTACIS SUSAN JAYNE PLATT— Costume and Make-Up Club 2; Drama Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Orchestra 2-4; Harp Ensemble 2-4. JUDITH PLAUTZ KAREN SUE POLLEY— Band 2-4; NDCC 3,4; French Club 2; Military Ball Queen 4; Pep Band 2,3; Trike TERESA JO POLLEY— A Capella Choir 2; Madrigals 3; Folk Music Club 4; Track Club 4; Office Assistant 4; KEN PONSLER — Electronics Club 2; Electronics Lab Assistant 4. DENA JEANNIE POWELL— Baton Corps 3,4; Booster Block 2; Panther Atheltic 2; Bookstore Assistant 2-4; Trike Race 2,3; Concert Choir 2. JOYCE POWELL ROBERT G. POWELL DANIEL DAVID PRATT — Baseball Team 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Basketball 2-4; Spanish Club 3. MARY ESTHER PRATT— National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Class Council 3; Sophomore Class Alternate 2; Band 2,3; Junior Spectacular 3; Chairman of Junior Prom Invitations 3. Individuals — 1 61 9eniors BARBARA JANE PRICE — Costume and Make-Up Club 2-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; International Thespian Society 3,4; Reperatory Company 3,4; Stage Office Assistant 3,4. NANCY PRICE — NDCC Sponsor 4; I.M. Rifle Team 3; Assistant Girls Rifle Captain 3; I.M. Volleyball 2. CAROLYN SUE PRYOR — Girls Ensemble 4; Knitting Club Officer 2; Library Assistant 3; Office Assistant 4. DEBRA KAY PULLIAM — Girls Concert Choir 2; Madri- gals 3; Deb-Tones 4; Great Music Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2; Red Cross Club. KAREN J. PURSINGER — Red Cross Club 2; Junior Spectacular 3; Wind Ensemble 2-4; I.M. 2-4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 2-4. ANN E. PUSCHECK JANE ELLEN PYLANT — Class Council 4; Stage Band 2; Trike Race 4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3. ROBIN DALE QUERY — Sophomore Class Council 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Class Council Alternate 4; I.M. Football, Basketball, Softball 2-4; Reserve Foot- ball Team 3. KATHRYN L. RAAB — Annual Assistant 3,4; Lockets 4; Medical Explorers 4; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Latin Club 3,4. JOHN ROSS RABER — Latin Honors Abroad to Italy 3; National Honor Society 3,4; National Merit Scholar- ship Semi-Finalist 4; Repertory Company 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 2; Costume and Make-Up Club 2-4. MARY EILEEN RAGER — Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; General Office Assistant 3; Home Ecomonics Style Show 2; Future Teachers Club 2; Tutor Program 4. JOHN DEMETRIS RAIKOS — Reserve Football Team 3; Forensics Club 4; Panther Athletic Club 2; Typing Club 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Varsity Football Manager 4. BRAD DOUGLAS RAMAGE DENISE ELAINE RAMSEY — National Forensics League 2-4; Newspaper 2. MATTHEW ALAN RANSTEAD — National Honor Society 3; I.M. Football, Softball, Bowling 3,4; Chess Club 2; Tutoring Program 4; Spanish Club 2. PHYLLIS AUGUSTA RAPHAEL — Newspaper Activity 2; Trike Race 3,4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Lockets 3,4; Folk Music Club 4; I.M. 2. STEVEN EDWARD RAPPAPORT — DECA President 4; Class Council 2; Distributive Education 4; Chess Club 2; Geometry Club 2; Algebra Club 2. KATHRYN ANN RARDON — Band 2; Trike Race 2-4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Scholastic Award 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. SHARA LYNN RASO — AFS Club 4; Transfer from Rich- mond Heights High School. DAVID H. RATLIFF — Gym Assistant 3,4. RICHARD E. RATLIFF — National Honor Society Presi- dent 4; Student Council 2-4; National Forensics League 2-4; Debate Team 4; Journalism Club 2; Key Club 2. WILLIAM VINCET RAY — Student Council 4; Track Team 2; I.M. Basketball 3,4. CHERYL LYNN REED — Red Cross Club 2; Attendance Office Assistant 4. CLAY F. REED — I.M. Basketball 2-4. MICHAEL JACKSON REED — Transfer from Parkview High School; I.M. Football, Softball, Basketball 2-4; Scholastic Citation 3; Reserve Football, Track Teams 2; Class Council 2; German Club 3. TERRY WAYNE REED — Reserve Football Team 2; Stu- dent Council Alternate 2,3; I.M. Basketball 2-4, Foot- ball 3. CHERYL ANN REESE — Junior Spectacular 3; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 4; Bookstore Assistant 4; Year- book Staff 3,4, Section Editor 4. NICHOLAS RICHARD REIFERS — Panther Athletic 2. 162 — Individuals Class of 7 1 SUSAN ANN RELICK — French Club 2; Junior Spectac- ular 3; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 3,4. CONNIE JEANMINE REMBERT — MacJripals 3; Girls Concert Choir 2; Spanish Club 2,3; M. Volleyball 2. NANCY DEE RENNER — French Club 2; Drama Club 2; I.M. Volleyball 2. LINDA DARLENE RESNOVER — National Forensics League 2-4; Nev spaper Club 2; Orchestra 2-4. LEWIS EDWIN REYNOLDS — I.M. Bov ling, Football 3,4; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2. RUTH ELLEN REYNOLDS — Art Club 2-4. WATSON WELLMAN RICH — Class Council Alternate 2,3; Student Council Alternate 4; Reserve Baseball Team 2,3; I.M. 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3. MARGARET E. RICHARDS — Junior Spectacular 4; 500 Arts Festival 3; Fine Arts Festival 3; Costume and Make-Up Club 4. KATHERINE ANNE RICHARDSON— Junior Spectacular Student Coordinator 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Des- cants 3, President 4; Class Council 2,3, Member At Large 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Booster Club Secretary 2, President 3. RANDALL JOSEPH RICHERT— Panther Atheltic 2; Angler-Nimrod 2; Key Club 3; Gym Assistant 3; Key Club 4; Class Council 4. LINDA SUE RIDDELL— Bell Choir 2; Counterpoints 3,4; Junior Spectacular Chairman 3; Fall Musical 2-4; Madrigals 2. CATHERINE SUE RIES — Transfer from Palatine High School; French Club 2; Newspaper 2; Girls Club 2; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4. LORETTA MARIE RIGDON — Fall Musical 4; A Capella 2,4. REBECCA ANN RIGGINS KEVIN R. RILEY— Junior Spectacular 3. MICHAEL DEAN RILEY — Cross Country Team 2. EDWARD J. RIPMA — Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; I.M. 3,4; Band 2. STEVEN E. RITCHIE— NDCC Drill Team 2; I.M. Foot- ball 4; NDCC Unit Rifle Match 2-4; NDCC Battalion Staff 3,4. NANCY ANN ROACH— Student Council 2,3: National Forensics League 3; Trike Race 4. ROBERT J. ROBERTSON, JR. BARBARA ANN ROBERTS — Spanish Club 2. BARBARA JANE ROBERTS — Drama Club 2; Panther Athletic 2; Winter And Spring Plays 2,3; Junior Spec- tacular 3. JOHN E. ROBERTS — Counterpoints 3,4; Fall Musical 2-4; I.M. Basketball 2,4; German Club 2-4; Student Council 4, Alternate 2. THOMAS STUART ROBERTS — I.M. 2-4; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Key Club 4; AFS Club 4; Yearbook Staff 3, Sports Editor 4; Class Council Tutoring Program 4. ARTHUR L. RODDY — Class Council 3, Alternate 4; Varsity Wrestling Team 2-4; Varsity Track Team 2-4; Gym Assistant 3,4; Lettermen ' s Club 3,4; Student Council Alternate 2. CAROLYN HARDIN ROGERS — National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Honors Abroad Program 3; Junior Spectac- ular 3; Marching And Symphonic Band 2-4; Latin Club 2; I.M. 2,3. DANIEL ROGERS PATRICIA LYN ROGERS — Stage Crew 2; Lockets 4: Fall Fashion Show 4; Panther Athletic 2. Individuals — 163 Seniors RANDY JAY ROOSE— I.M. 2,3; Fall Musical 3; Junior Spectacular 3,4; Panther Athletic 2; Band 2; Deca treasurer 4. JUDITH SHERYL ROSEN— Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; Class Council Alternate 3; Junior Spectac- ular 3. DOUGLAS EDWARD ROTH— Orchestra 2-4; Chamber Music Club 2. MARY B. ROTH JOYCE E. ROY— Art Exhibits 2,3. PAMELA JEAN ROY — IM Gymnastics 2-4; Attendance Ass ' t. 4. JOYCE ANN RUEDE — Home Economics Assistant 3,4; Fashion Show 2,3; Knitting Club. TOOTIE EVA RUFFIN JOHN S. RUHL JANE ANN RUSSELL — National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; NFL 2; Student Council 2,3. TIMOTHY J. RUSSELL — Symphonic Wind Ensemble 3,4; Pep Band 2-4; Stage Crew Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Biology Club 2. MARCIA ELLEEN RUST — National Merit Scholarship 4; Spanish Club, President 4; Orchestra 2-4; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Girl ' s Track Club 2,3; AFS 4. CHARLES K. RYESON— Stage Crew Club 3. EVELYN SACKS — I.M. 2; National Forensics League 3; Class Council 2; Class Secretary 3; French Club 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Council 4. REBECCA ANNE SACHS— Girls I.M. 2; Drama 2; Fashion Show 2-4. MICHELLE ANN SAMPER — Stage Office Assistant 3; Costume and Make-Up Club 3; Trike Race 3; Coopera- tive Office Education Program 4. ROBERT SCOTT SAUER— Electronics Lab Assistant 4 DIANNE SAWYER— Student Council Alternate 2; Ju- nior Class Council 1,3; Student Council 4; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Lockets 3,4; Trike Race 2,4 NATALIE SUE SCHABLER— Scholastic Award 2- Lan- guage Lab Assistant 2,3; Panther Athletic 2- ' Trike Race 2; Student Council Alternate 4. LESLIE EILEEN SCHIEDT— Scholastic Award 2,3- Ju- nior Class Council Alternate 3; Panther Athletic 2- Drama Club 2; Trike Race 3,4. JANICE K. SCHILDMEIER— Band 3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Attendance Assistant 2,3; General Office Assistant 4; Chamber Music Club 2. CHRISTIE A. SCHLAEGEL— Folk Music Club 4; Track Court 3; Lockets Club 3,4; Girls Track Club 3.4; Home- coming Court 4; Class Council Alternate 4. GREG M. SCHMOLL — Panther Athletic 2; Wrestling 2. PHIL R. SCHNELKER— Football Team 2. 164 — Individuals Class of ' 71 CARRIE LYNN SCHOOMER — Orchestra 2-4; Drama Club 2. DOUG SCHORNSTEIN ROBIN SCHREIBEWEISS JOHN F, SCHPOEDER— Junior Spectacular 3; Presi- dent of Music Men 4; Student Coordinator Fall Musical 4. LINDA SUE SCHUMAKER — General Office Assistant 3. THOMAS SCHUTT MARK A. SCHUYLER — Football Team 2; I.M. 2,3; Ju- nior Spectacular 3. CHARLENE RUTH SCHWARTZ — National Thespian So- ciety 3; Junior Spectacular 3: National Forensic League 3; Fall Musical 4; Folk Music Club President 4. RALPH SCHWARZ TERRY CRAIG SCHWENN— I.M. Football, Basketball 2-4. SHEILA DIANE SCHWINDLER— Trike Race 2,3; Span- ish 2; Gym Assistant 3; I.M. Tennis, Gymnastic, and Volleyball 2-4. STEVEN L. SCOTT — Graphic Arts Services Club 2,3; Publications Photographer 3,4; Nev sbureau Staff 4; I.M. Bowling 3,4. DAVE P. SEAL CYNTHIA LOUISE SEDAM— National Honor Society 3; AFS Representative 3; Costumes Committee for " Camelot " 3; Girls Ensemble 4; Folk Music Club 4; Junior Spectacular 3. CINDY LYNN SEDBERRY— Stagecrew 2; Lockets Exec- utive Board 4; Panther Athletic 2,3; Trike Race 2; Usher for Junior Spectacular 3. MARSHA ILENE SEGAL — Forensics 2; Newspaper Club 2; Scholastic Award 3; Junior Spectacular Chairman 3. JUDITH ANN SEGAR — Trike Race 2; International Foods 2; Lockets 4. VICKI LYNN SEGO— National Honor Society 3,4; Na- tional Forensics League 2-4; Orchestra 3,4; Descants 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; German Club 2. TODD SELLE — Electronics Club 2; Scholastic Award 3. KRISTIN LEE SERVAAS — American Field Service, Vice President 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Class Coun- cil Secretary 4; Newspaper Staff News Bureau Editor 2-4; French Club 2-4. ROBERT M. SHANDS — Angler and Nimrod Club 3. ROBERT W. SHANNER — National Honor Society Treas- urer 4; I.M. 2-4; Class Council 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; National Forensics League 2,3: Reserve Tennis 2. TERRY LEE SHEPHERD — Scholastic Award 2,3: Varsity Golf 3,4; Panther Atheltic 2; Junior Spectacular 3. MARK H. SHERMAN — Panther Athletic 2; Key Club 4: Wind Ensemble 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; I.M. Football 4. ALICE J. SHIRLEY— Band 2-4; Orchestra 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Stage Crew 3,4; Student Council Alternate 3,4: Fall Musical 3,4. NANCY J. SHIVELY — Transfer from Kokomo: IM Vol- leyball 4. VIKI LYNN SHOCKLEY— Bookstore Assistant 3. RANDY SCOTT SIEBERT — Music Men 3,4; Architecture 2,3. Individuals — 165 Seniors KEVIN RICHARD SIEVERT— I.M. 2-4; Class Council Alternate 2; Golf Team; Junior Spectacular 2. KATHERINE LOUISE SIMMONS — National Honor So- ciety 4. LYNN SIGMAN SYLVIA R. SIMON — Feature Baton Twirler 4; Student Council Alternate 3; National Forensic League 2; Majorette Corp 2-4; Speech and Debate Club 2. KATHY SUE SIMPSON — Booster Block 2; Girls Track Club 4; Lockets 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Spanish Club 2; Bookstore Assistant 3. WAYNE KEITH SIMPSON — Track Team 2-4; Football Team 2,3; Lettermans Club 4. CURTIS RAY SIMS — Wrestling 2; Cadet Choir. WILLIAM ROB SINEX — German Club 2; Scholastic Award 2; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4; Physics Lab As- sistant 4; Senior Class Council Alternate. RANDY L. SKILLMAN MICHAEL ARTHUR SLEATER — I.M. 3,4; Newspaper 4. THOMAS G. SMITH — Football Reserve 2,3. RANDALL W. SMOOT — National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist 4; NCTE 3; Student Council 4; Key Club 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Scholastic Citation 2,3. ' 7 1— Time for living THEODORE L. SMOOTS — Wind Ensemble 2-4; Senior Class Council Alternate 4; Government Club 2; I.M. Football, Basketball 4. CURTIS SMYTHE JOHN V. SNIDER — Gymnastics. BECKY SUE SNIDER — Student Council 2; Junior Class Council 3; Trike Race 3,4. DEAN L, SNYDER, JR. — John Herron Art Scholarship 3; Third Place 500 Art Festival 3. JONATHAN LOWELL SNYDER— Varsity Football Team, Wrestling Team, Varsity Track Team 2,3,4; Class Council Alternate 2; Student Council Alternate 3. WILLIAM I. SNYDER— Poetry Club. EVELYN E. SOLOTKIN— Scholastic Citation 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Deb-Tones 4; Trike Race 3,4; Folk Music Club 4; Concert Choir 3. JEAN MARIE SOPER— Drama Club 2; Stage Crew 2; Junior Spectacular Crew 2; Trike Race 4. JOHN R. SORDEAN — National Honor Society 3,4; Band 2; Panther Athletic 2; Student Council Alternate 3; Science Club 2; Chemistry Lab Assistant 4. ELAINE M. SOUTHWOOD — Spanish Club 2; Latin Club 2-4. JOHN F. SPICKELMIER— Student Council Alternate 4; Gymnastics 2-4; I.M. Baseball 3, 4; Lettermens Club 3,4; Angler-Nimrod Club 2. 166 — Individuals Class of ' 71 CHARLES M. SPYR— Biology Club 2; Safety Council 4. SCOTT LEE STAMPER— Band 2; Speleology Club 4. ALESA LYNN STANLEY— Future Teachers Club 2; In- ternational Relations Club 2; National Honor Society 4. GREGG STANLEY MONA STARK — Debate Club Secretary 2; Class Coun- cil 4, Alternate 3; Student Council Nominating Com- mittee 3; Trike Race 3,4. PAUL E. STEDMAN — Student Council Alternate 2; Football 2,3; French Club 3. DONALD STEEL — National Biology Honor Society 2; Junior Spectacular 2,3; Student Council 3,4; Crud Caravan Chairman 3,4; I.M. Football, Basketball Cap- tain 3,4. NANCY LOISEU STEELE— Spanish Club 2; Red Cross 2; I.M. 2,3; Guidance Office Assistant 4. WILLIAM HUNTER STEELE— Panther Athletic 2; Ger- man Club 3; I.M. 2-4. RANDY STUART STEIN— Band 2,3; Lab Assistant 3; I.M. Baseball 3,4; Gymnastics 2-4; Lettermen ' s Club 4; Music Men 4. ANN LOUISE STEINBARGER— Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 2, 3; Lab Assistant 3; Girls Track Club 3,4; Trike Race 2-4; Medical Explorers 4. STEWART H. STEINBERG SALLY S. STEPHANOFF— Panther Athletic 2; Trike JANICE LU STEPHENSON— Panther Athletic 2; Class Council 2,3; Junior Prom Program Chairman 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Majorette 2-4; Trike Race 4. CHERYL MAE STEVENS— Panther Athletic 2; Junior Spectacular 2; Girls Track Club 2,3; Trike Race 3; Allegros 3; Lab Assistant 4. W. RICK STEVENS — I.M. Bowling 2; Panther Athletic 4. KAROL ANN STEVENSON— Panther Athletic 2; Booster Block 2; I.M. 2,3; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Trike RscG 2 4 DAVE f. STEWART— Latin Club 2; Travel Club 2. JOHN R. STEWART— Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; I.M. 2-4; Music Men 3,4; Student Council Alternate 4; Key Club 4. FREDRICK E. STILWELL— A Cappella 2; Junior Spec- tacular Act Chairman 3; Repertory Company 2,3; Counterpoints 3,4; National Forensics 4; National Thespian Society 2-4. JULIE E. STOGSDILL — Folk Music Club 2; French Club 3,4; AFS Club 3,4; National Forensic League 2-4; Girls Ensemble 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. JAMES ANDREW STONE — Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 3; Lettermens Club 4; Key Club 3,4; Folk Music Clutj 4; Reserve Tennis Team 2.3. JEFFREY FRANK STONE — Student Council Repre- sentative 2,4; Class Council Representative 3; National Honor Society 3,4; lU Honors Program 3; Tennis Team 2-4; German Club 3,4. JOHN J. STONE — Music Men 3,4; Tennis Team 2-4: I.M. Basketball 2-4; Panther Athletic 2; Lettermens Club 4. MARY CATHERINE STONE— Panther Athletic 2; Folk Music 2,3; Concert Choir 2; Descants 3,4; Attendance Office Assistant 3,4; I.M. Volleyball 2. JANIS L. STORMS — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. Volley- ball 2. RICHARD ALLEN STOVER— Student Council Repre- sentative 3; Senior Class Council Representative; Track Team 2-4; Cross Country Team 2-4; Lettermens Club 2-4; Junior Prom Court 3. PAM J. STRAUSS — National Honor Society 3,4; I.M. 2,3; Science Seminar 2. Individuals — 1 67 Qeniors ROBERT C. STRICKLAND — Folk Music Club 4; Fall Musical 2-4; Junior Spectacular 3; Panther Athletic 2-4; German Club 2,3; Counterpoints 3,4. JULIE STROBEL DEBORAH R. STUMP — Transfer from Ankeny High School; Bookstore Assistant 4; Band. ROBERT C. STUMP — Lab Assistant 4; Biology Club 2. GILBERT L. STUNKARD — Future Teachers Club 2; NDCC 2; Lab Assistant 4; Debate Club 2. JAMES RICHARD SUBLETT — Varsity Rifle Team 2,3; l.M. Baseball 3. JANET SUCKOW — Booster Block 2; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Lockets 4. BRIAN E. SULLIVAN — l.M. Football 2-4; Band 2,3; Biology Club 2; Panther Athletic 2. JUDITH ANN SULLIVAN — Booster Block 2; Panther Athletic 2; French Club 2; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Lockets 4; Stagecrew 4. MICHAEL FORD SULLIVAN — Debate Club 2; National Honor Society 3; Senior Class Council Representative 4; Student Council Alternate 3; l.M. Basketball 4; Scholastic Award 2-4. MARK E. SUNDSTROM — Scholastic Award 2,3; Angler- Nimrod Club 2; Class Council Alternate 2; l.M. Basket- ball 4. TIM SWAIN— l.M. Softball 3. DENISE SWEATMAN — Home Ec Style Show 3. VIKI RAE SWENSON — Folk Music Club 3,4; Trike Race 2,3; Class Council Alternate 4; Northern Starlettes 2-4; French Club 3. WILLIAM FRANK SWINGLER — International Relations Club 2; l.M. Football 2-4. STEVE S. SZYNAL — Basketball l.M. 3; Panther Ath- letic 2. VICKI LEA TARNOW — Human Relations Committee 4; Lockets 3,4; Girls Track Club 4; Junior Spectacular Usher 3; Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 4. LEO R. TARPLEE THERESA ANN TAVEL — Lockets 3,4; Student Council Alternate 2; Inherit The Wind 2; Up The Down Stair- case 3; Costume And Make-Up Club 3,4. DAVID M. TAYLOR — Varsity Basketball 3,4; Varsity Baseball 3,4; Lettermens Club 4. KARLA DIANE TAYLOR — National Forensics League 3,4; Vice-President Student Council 4; Human Rela- tions Council 2; Black Culture Club 2; Trike Race 4; l.M. 2-4. JOHN H. R. TAYLOR — National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Track Team 2-4; Cross Country Team 2-4; Stu- dent Council Treasurer 3,4; Lettermans Club 3,4; Pres- ident 4; Key Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. SUSIE T. TEEUWS — Guidance Assistant 3; l.M. Gym- nastics 2,3; Trike Race 2,3; Home Ec Style Show 3. ZULA ANN TERRELL — National Forensics League 2; Home Ec Assistant 3; Library Assistant 4; Panther Ath- letic 2. SUSAN D. TERRY — Junior Spectacular 3; Student Council Alternate 4; Trike Race 2,3; Madrigals Presi- dent 3; Fall Musical 2,4; Messiah Angel 3,4. MARCIA SUE TEWSBURY — Triangle Club Award 2,3; National Honor Society 3,4; Hoosier Girls State Dele- gate 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Deb-Tones 4; AFS Club 3,4. RILEY T. THARP LEELAND M. THOMAS— Track; l.M. Basketball 3, Foot- ball 4; Panther Athletic 2. 168 — Individuals Class of 71 SUSAn THOMAS — National Honor Society 3,4; Alter- nate Latin Honors Abroad Program; Jr. Spec. 3, Music Club 2, JANE THOMPSON— National Honor Society 3.4; Junior Spectacular 3; Class Council 4; National Merit Semi- finalist 4; French Club Project Chairman 3,4. JOHN F. THOMPSON— Sophomore Class Council 2. PAUL A. THOMPSON— Football 2-4; Baseball 2-4; Gov- ernment Club 2; I.M. Football 3,4. JOE E. THOPY — Panther Athletic 2; I.M. 3,4; French Club 4. BETSY ANNE THORNBURG — Panther Athletic 2; A Cappella 3; Red Cross 2. RUTHANN TORNES — Northern Aires 2; Deb-Tones 3; Girl ' s Ensemble 4; Fall Musical 4. KATHY THURSTON RICHARD F. TOTTEN— NDCC 2. ViCKI SUE TOWER— Varsity Cheerleader 4; Junior Prom Queen Candidate 3; Gym Assistant 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Madrigals 3; Class Council 3. CHRISTINE ANN TREMPS — Repertory Company 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; National Thespians; Senior Class Council 4; Costume and Make-up Club 2-4; President 3. ANNIE DELORSE TRIPP — General Office Assistant 4; Madrigals 4; Panther Athletic 2. Qeniors proud of tulonng project DEBRA ANN TROUPA— National Honor Society 3,4; Fall Play 2; Fine Arts Festival 3,4; Bell Choir 3,4; Tril e Race 2-4; Home Econmonics Style Show Chairman 2. MARGOT GRIT TRUSTY— National Honor Society 3,4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Junior Class Treasurer 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Folk Music Club 4; Deb- Tones 4. MIKE TUCHMAN GEORGE W. TURNER— Student Council Alternate 3; Class Council Alternate 4; National Honor Society 3; Key Club 2-4; Track 2-4; Panther Athletic 2. MARY GWYNETH TUST— National Honor Society 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Descants 3,4; Folk Music Club 3; Drama Club 2; Panther Athletic 2. GARY P. UEBELHOER — Student Council 2-4; Dress Code Committee 3; Track 2; I.M. 2-4; Band 2-4; Stu- dent-Faculty Review Committee 4. CATHERINE JO UMEMURA— National Honor Society 3; Junior Spectacular 3; Folk Music Club 4; Panther Athletic 2; Girl ' s Ensemble 4; Student Council Alter- nate 3,4. GINA MARIA URGO — National Thespians Society 2-4; Drama Club 2; Fall Play 2; Winter Play 2; Costume and Make-up Club 2-4; Stage Crew Club 2. DAVID F. VALINETZ— I.M. Bowling 3,4. CONSUELO VERGARA — A.F.S. exchange student from Columbia, South America. JANET VEZOLLES CARYN MIRIAN VOGEL— Transfer Student from Michi- gan City 3; Stage Crew Club 3; Lockets 3; Spanish Club 3; Etchings in Thought. Individuals — 169 9eniors JANICE ANN VON FANGE — Girls Ensemble 2; Counter- points 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; French Club 4; Li- brary Assistant 2. MARY SUE VONNEGUT — Panther Athletic 2; Trike Race 3. KURT VONSPRECKELSEN — Panther Athletic 2; Tennis Team 2,3. SUSAN M. VORIS — German Club 2-4; Girls Track Club 3,4; A Cappella 2; Madrigals 3; Deb-Tones 4; Panther Athletic 2. ERIC PELL WADLEIGH — National Speleological Society 2-4; Diving Club 2. JODY LYNNE WADLER— Knitting Club 2; Travel Club 2; Home Ec Style Show 3. MARTHA ANN WAGNER — National Honor Society 3,4; I.M. 2-4; Gym Assistant 3; Girls Track Club 3,4; Trike Race 3,4. FRITZ B. WAGONER MICKEY HUGH WAGNER SHEILA ANN WAGNER CAROL DENISE WALKER— Gymnastics Club 3. GARY KEITH WALKER— I.M. Baseball 2; Band 2,3; Class Council Alternate 4. MICHAEL JAMES WALKER— Class Council 2; Key Club 2,4; Junior Spectacular 3; I.M. Football 2,3. SARA LOUISE WALKER — Transfer from Broad Ripple High School; Art Club. TRACY WALKER — Panther Athletic 2; Senior Class Council 4; German Club 3; Trike Race 4; Junior Spec- tacular 3. ALLAN R. WALLACE— I.M. Basketball. DAVID JOE WALLACE — Tennis Team 2; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Scholastic Award 2,3; I.M. Football, Basket- ball 2-4; Chess Team 2. SUSAN KAY WALLISA— Transfer from Shaker Heights, Ohio, Deb-Tones 4; Stage Crew Club 4; Guidance Of- fice Assistant 4. MARK E. WALTERS DAVID ANDREW WARD— I.M. Basketball. DENNIS ALLEN WARD JAMES R. WARD — I.M. Softball, Bowling, Football 3,4; Lab Assistant 3; General Office Assistant 4; Crud Caravan 3,4. LINDA JEAN WARK — Allegroes President 4; Folk Music Club 3,4. FRANCES ANN WARNER — Girls Concert Choir 2; Bell Choir 3,4; Junior Class Council Alternate; Trike Race 2,4; Lab Assistant 3,4; Panther Athletic 2. GWENDOLYN WARNOCK — Guidance Helper 4; Office Assistant 3; Cheerblock 2,3; Library Assistant 2,3; Business Club 3; Speech Club 2. RANDY NILES WASHINGTON DAVE ADAM WATKINS — Fall Musical 2,4; I.M. Sports 3,4; Counerpoints 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3. JOHN ALVIS WEAKLEY — Gymnastics 2-4; Junior Spec- tacular 3; Student Council Alternate 3,4. mMdih 170 — Individuals Class of ' 71 BARB A. WEBER — Art Club 2; Tutonn? Pro ' rarn 4. PAMELA ANtJ WEEST — Basketball Pep Ban ' 2-4; Foot- ball Pep Band 3,4; Symphonic V ind Ensemble 3,4; Madripals 3; Bell Choir 4; Scholastic Citation 2,3. DENISE ELAINE WEL CH — International Foods 2; Trike Race 2; Panther Athletic 3. LINDA MARIE WELCH— Spanish Club 2; Pep Band 3; Marching and Symphonic 3; Panther Athletic 2. D. JAY WEST — Gymnastics 3; Trike Race, Pit Crev 2. STEVEN REYNOLDS WEST — National Honor Society 3,4; Varsity Debate Team 2-4; rJational Forensic League 2-4; Student Council 2-4; Yearbook 4; Key Club 4. SUSAN E. WEST — Trike Team 2-4; Fashion Show 2,3; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Cooperative Office Training 4. LONNIE JOSEPH WESTFALL — Symphonic Band 2-4; Stage Band 3,4; Marching Band 2-4; Junior Spectac- ular 3. RICHARD P. WHILES CHUCK T. WHITAKER CYNTHIA D. WHITE RICHARD ALAN WHITE — Junior Spectacular 3; French Club 3; Key Club 4; I.M. Basketball, Softball, and Foot- ball 3,4; National Merit Semi-Finalist; Debate Club 2. SHARON ELLEN WHITE— Art Club 2. DAVID PAUL WHITMAN — Rifle Team 2-4; Nev spaper 3,4; German Club 2-4; I.M. 2,3; Yearbook 4. VICKI L. WICHMANN SUZANNE M. WIEDEY— National Honor Society 3,4; Gym Assistant 3; Class Council 4; National Merit Semi- Finalist 4; Junior Spectacular 3; Trike Race 2-4. NELLIE E. WILHOIT— Library Assistant 3; I.M. Gym- nastic Team 2; Panther Athletic 2. MAURICE WILBURN SALLY ANN WILHELM— Scholastic Award 3; Trike Race 3,4; Style Show 4; Senior Class Council Alternate 4. MICHELLE ANN WILKES — French Club 2; Panther Ath- letic 2. EDMOND HUGHES WILLEY— Student Council 4: Vars- ity Gymnastics 2,3; I.M. Football 4; Gym Assistant 3.4; Scholastic Citation 2-4; Public Relations Committee 4. PAM S. WILLEY — Art Club 2. FRANCES ALLISON WILLIAMS — Art Club 3; Health Office Assistant 3. KAREN LOUISE WILLIAMS — Zoology Lab Assistant 4; Student Council Alternate 4; Fall Musical 4; Library Assistant 3; I.M. Gymnastics 2,3; Senior Class Float 4. MARY ANNE WILLIAMS — Art 2-4; Trike Race 2,3; Of- fice Assistant 2; Narcotics Lab Assistant 2; Art Club 2; Stage Crew 2. ROBBIE WILLIAMS CHARLES PAUL WILSON— I.M. 2.3; Panther Athletic 2; N.H.R.A. 3,4. JAMES A. WILSON— I.M. 2-4; Chess Club 2; Panther Athletic Club 2. Individuals — 171 9eniors KAREN SUE WILSON — National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council Representative 2,3; Junior Spectacular 3; Science Lab Assistant 3,4; Trike Race 2-4. KATHY T. WILSON— Booster Block 2; Guidance Office Assistant 3; Panther Athletic 2; Costume Make-Up Club 2. W. GREY WILSON — Chess Club 2; I.M. Football 4. WILLIAM L. WILSON — National Speleological Society; Zoology Lab Assistant 3,4. JOHN D. WINN — Latin Chariot Race 3; Latin Club 2; I.M. 2; Panther Athletic 2. ESTHER L. WINTER— General Office Assistant 3; Transfer Student From Broad Ripple High School. TERESA WINTER— Art Club 2; Spanish Club 3. ROBERT J. WISE KURT WOERNER STEVEN JACOB WOLF— Human Relations Council 2,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Newspaper Staff 2-4; National Honor Society 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Student Coun- cil Representative 4. DOUG DAVE WOLFF CATHY A. WOLLENHAUPT ' 71 71 ' 71 ... ' 71 . MIKE WOOD NANCY ELLEN WOODRUFF — Student Council 2; Ju- nior Class Council 3; Trike Race 2,3; Panther Athletic 2. GWEN MARIE WORLEY— Booster Block 2; Panther Ath- letic 2; Lockets 4; A Cappella 2; Descants 3,4; Home- coming Committee 4. CHARLES ARTHUR WULF — Cross Country Team 2-4; Basketball Team 2; Track Team 3; I.M. Basketball 3,4; Football 4; Junior Spectacular 3. MIKE DAVID WURZMAN — Spanish Club 3,4; Junior Spectacular 3; Reserve Football 3; Class Council Representative 4. MARK ALLAN V Ti ' LIE — I.M. Football, Basketball; Trike Race Pit Crew. ROBIN CORRIENE YATES — Trike Race 4; French Club 3,4; Junior Spectacular. BARBARA ANN YENRICK — Folk Music Club 2; Drama 2; General Office Assistant 3; Marching Band 2-4; Trike Race 4; Class Council Alternate 4. KAREN LEE YOUNG — Transfer Student from Speed- way High School; Trike Race 4. ROBERT EARL YOUNG— Track; Basketball 2,3. CORDEL LEE ZEIHER— I.M. 2,3; Wrestling 2. ADRIENNE ANN ZENDELL — National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council Representative 4; Yearbook Staff 3; Trike Race 3,4; Folk Music Club 4. 172 — ndividua s Class of ' 7 1 VINETA ZIEMELIS — Trike Race 2,3; Student Council 2,3; Fall Musical 2,3; Gym Assistant 3; Attendance Office Assistant 3; Allepros 4. BONNIE LYNN ZIKER — Gym Assistant 2; Student Council Alternate 2; Guidance Office Assistant 3; Trike Race 3. MIKE D. ZUBER — Angler-Nimrod Club 2; I.M. Football and Basketball 2,3; Trike Race Pit Crew. 9eniors Not PIcHired ADELL, KAREN ANDREWS, MITCHELL BARGAHISER, GARY BASS, GLENN L. BEELER, PAUL BELCHER, MARTIN BERNS, BETH BRANSFORD, JANICE BUCKLEY, JENNEICE BURNS, MICHAEL BURRAS, CHRISTOPHER BYROAD, BRUCE CAMERON, STANLEY CAMPBELL, TIMOTHY CARLSON, C. GREGORY CARR, MARK CARTER, EDGAR CHEESMAN, CHARLES CLEVELAND, NANCY CODDINGTON, SHERYL CRACRAFT, DOUGLAS CREECH, VICKI CREWS, TYLER DAVIS, DANNY DEVINE, ELLEN DONLAN, DAVID DORAM, KEITH DUKETT, CLINTON DUNN, RUSTY DYE, CLIFFORD EATON, JANE EDWARDS, CHRIS EVERETT, MARY JANE FINK, JOHN FLEMING, CHARLES FRIDIE, JAMES GIBSON, SUSAN GILLIS, DONNA GOLDFARB, MICHAEL GOODE, JOHN GRADY, WILLIAM GREEN, KENNETH GRIMME, MICHAEL GUNN, JAMES GUNTER, VICKY HAGGARD, ED HALL, JAMES HAMM, JERRY HAMME, MICHAEL HANDLEY, EMMITT HARPER, JEFFREY HART, MICHAEL HARTLEY, DAVID HATHEWAY, REBECCA HAVENS, KATHY HENNESSEY, COLLEEN HIGGINS, BRENDA HOFFMAN, GREGORY HUDGINS, KEVIN HUMPHREY, KAREN JACOBS, JAN JEFFRIES, LORRAINE JENKINS, JOHN JOHNSON, JUAN OTTO JOHNSON, JULIA JONES, JOHN SCOTT JORMAN, JOHN KANTOR, CANDACE KIBLER, THOMAS KUEHN, KAREN LANDERS, NORVEL LINTON, MARK LOMASNEY, STEVEN MAJOR, HARRY MALCOLM, ROBERTA McCALEP, THOMAS McGlLL, ROBERT MESSINGER, I. ROSE MESSINGER, LESLIE MOCKELSTROM, LINDA NELSON, LESLIE O ' DONNELL, PAUL OLIVER, FREDERICK OVERTON, JERALD OWEN, JOHN PIGGOTT, DENNIS P. PINCKNEY, DARRYL E. PORTER, MARCELLA RAIKOS, JAMES RILEY, JAMES M. ROBERTS, RANDOLPH R. ROGERS, KATHERINE ROGERS, KATHLEEN J. RUBENSTEIN, STEVEN RYAN, RICHARD RYNARD, R. MICHAEL SAMBERG, RICHARD SCHMIDT, GARY SIGAL, IRVING S. SIMPSON, JEFFREY SNELLENBERGER, DAN SOURWINE, JACK SPIEGEL, CHRISTIAN STEVENSON, WILLIAM STOOPS, BECKY TARR, DANNY DEAN TUCHMAN, ROBERT K. WARREN, BARBARA WEEKS, PAUL WIDDUCK, GREGORY WILBURN, DAVID WILLIS, HAL WILSON, G. MARK WOODS, DENNIS YOUNG, TYANN ZEMAN, PAMELA Individuals — 1 73 LEFT: Juniors Judy Brown and Nancy Her- man eagerly anticipate Spec. BELOW RIGHT: Laughing delightedly over a good joke are juniors Jill Ader and Rita Alboher. BELOW LEFT: Front Row — Don Palmer as Vice-President and Gary Huffman, Presi- dent of Junior Class Council. Second Row — Secretary Sally McClain and Treas- urer Kent Warren helped keep council af- fairs running smoothly. OPPOSITE PAGE BELOW: Preparing for Valentine festivities, Juniors Lee Ann Walker and Lauri Neff enjoy making decorations for the dance. 174 — Individuals JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL— First Row: Anne Cofield, Carol Goodbar, Susie Morgan, Debbie Traylor, Nancy Etherington, Patty Parrett, Cindy Carl, Carolyn Nichols, Jill Ader, Sylvia Sullivan, Susie Richard- son, Sandy Lyons. Second Row: Brenda Jones, Barb Mathews, Suzanne Brummer, Renee Weiske, Josette Wright, Ann Jenkins, Elaine Freije, Pam Deck, Wendy Schwartz, Nancy St. John, Linda Crowe. Third Row: Betsy Blanchard, Sherie Ladd, Nancy Spencer, Susan Rudy, Diane Thomas, Laura Geringer, Meg Messerlie, Jenny Bailey, Nancy Franklin, Sally Siggins. Fourth Row: Larry Becker, Mark Vorhies, Rob Hunt, Matt Kennedy, Wes Harrington, George Dresbach, Steve Pratt, Mark Perlstein, Rick Habegger. Individuals — 1 75 TOP: DISCUSSING THE IMPERFEC- TIONS OF WOMEN are Todd and his fellow followers. BOTTOM RIGHT; WHILE ROLLICKING DURING CLASS, Rocky swings Pebby over his shoulder. BOTTOM LEFT: STUDENT COORDINATORS, Elaine Freije and Jim Eiche worked many hours to make the 1971 Junior Spectacular a tremendous success. ! P S H» ' i w H B Kkr Jn m ' N m ■ Ss Pj wL B ' J K ' uSj 151 H r 9By ' i K-., V j l ' v- . PI B 1 ' r S , H a H |HP n SH ■ gl .-V . ' Y ■- ■. - H ' - u::; iM gj i H HH99HH 9BHB SP:i Tsi H R l PJSii ' ' ' " " S H WsSf «Ser-- ' " " ' IKBBH 176 — nd vidua s class of 1972 presents Junior Spec The question of flirting breaks up a teenage couple in " Love Teenage Style " , by Anne Cofield and Lee Ann White. This fight resulted in a major war of the sexes. " The Ratings Ganne " v as created by Millie Calhoun, Judy Monroe, and Brian Belles, took us behind the scenes of a major te ' evision net- work. The president realized he v as losing the ratings race and sched- ules a super special designed to win the contest. In " Turning Back the Hands of Time " , we discovered the cavemen period was the beginning of the Women ' s Lib movement. Sally Sig- gins, Don Higgs. and Kathy Kelso wrote of how the over confident cavegirls infuriated their stubborn cave men. " The Twenty First Year of Stanley Percevel Kramer, or How I Inherited Thirty Million as Told by Stanley Percevel Kramer " , by Kathy Haverty and Nancy Katz told of a plot to get rich fast. If proven responsible, twenty-one year old Stanley would inherit his Aunt Glorietta ' s fortune. However the relatives next in line schemed to get him in trouble. TOP: ONCE AGAIN CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE, producer Scott Hlckle tries to reason with argu- ing gossip columnist. Marienne lauco. and the has-been star, Dianne lauco. BOTTOM: LAWYER C. E. BLACKSTONE III, played by Todd Bethel, accuses judge Dale Hamilton, of unethical con- duct. Individuals — 1 77 Class of ' 72 Row 1: Abbett, Portia; Acheson, Janet; Adams, John; Adams, Mark; Adams, San- dy; Adams, Steve; Ader, Jill; Ahrens, Deb- bie; Adkins, Ron. Row 2; Alboher, Rita; Aldin, Mark; Alexan- der, Harry; Alig, Christy; Allen, Kathy; Al- len, Keith, Allen, Pam; Allen, Warren; Alli- son, Amy. Row 3: Allison, Harold; Ameter, Mary; An- derson, Christy; Anderson, Gilbert; Ander- son, Julie; Anderson, Karl; Anderson, Kev- in; Anderson, Sandy; Anderson, Sara. Row 4: Anderson, Stephanie; Andresen, Jon; Ardelean, Susan; Arensman, George; Arney, Diane; Arnold, Eric; Arnold, John; Arnold, Mel; Aronstam, Marc. Row 5: Atkinson, Janet; Augustin, Drew; Ayer, Melanie; Bachmann, Carol; Bailey, Jenny; Bair, Greg; Baker, Kathy; Baker, Kent; Baker, Mark. Row 6; Baker, Missy; Baker, William; Bald- win, Beth; Baldwin, Frank; Barnes, Scott; Barnett, Antony; Barrett, Liz; Barrett, Mary Jo; Batrich, Bonnie. Row 7: Batten, Brenda; Baugh, Dave; Bau- meister. Brad; Bayless, Kristie; Beal, Nan- cy; Bearss, John; Beaty, Scott; Beck, Brian; Becker, Elyse. Row 8; Becker, Larry; Becker, Salley; Beeler, Jim; Behrmann, Susan; Beikes, John; Belles, Brian; Belschwender, Joan; Bennett, Jerry, Bennett, Pam. Row 9: Benson, Lydia; Berger, Debbie; Berkholz, Dave; Derling, Leslie; Bernsteck- er, Gary; Bernstein, Allan; Berry, Made- leine; Berney, Barb; Bess, Diane. Row 10: Bessett, Jill: Best, Kevin; Best, Peggy; Bethel, Todd; Bianchini, Julie; Bib- ler, Bruce; Bill, Pete; Bills, Delores; Bmk- ley. Bob. Row 11: Birnbaum, Rick; Black, Dave; Black, Diane; Blackburn, John; Black- burn, Mary; Blackburn, Ralph; Blair, Lin- sey; Blakley, Ben; Blanchard, Betsy. Row 12: Bledsoe, Lynn; Blomberg, Karen; Bluestein, Jerry; Boards, Nell; Bockstah- ler. Perry; Bolon, Barb; Boone, Mike; Booth, Steve; Borman, Bob. fJSl f rg f i .1 T- ' l lii . 178 — Individuals The coming of Junior Spectacular added much excitement to conversation as juniors congregated at the bookstore during lunch. P A f- ' ) f f ) •,» V H Ip. ' , il l» Row 1: Boruff, Sheila; Boslough, Gary; Bottamiller, Don; Bourdon, Mary; Boyle, Jerry; Bracken, Eileen; Brammer, Sharon; Brearton, Joanne; Breunig, Nancy. Row 2: Breting, John; Broad, Susan; Brock, Richard; Brouddus, Rick; Brown, Carol; Brown, Darrell; Brown, Debbie; Brown, Judy; Brown, Lowell. Row 3: Brummer, Suzanne: Buford, Daryl; Bruno, Chuck; Buchanan, Brenda; Buck- ner, Dennis; Buckner, Leonard; Budnik, Lynn; Burd, Joy; Burge, Carl. Row 4: Burgess, Virginia; Burling, Dennis; Burrell, Reily; Bursky, Jay; Butler, Fred; Byfield, Rick; Cady, Debby; Cain, Beryl; Calhoun, Mildred. Row 5: Calkins, Valerie; Cameron, Marsha; Campbell, Bonnie; Campbell, Doug: Can- tor, Louis; Capehart, Caroline; Carbaugh, Terri; Carl, Cindy; Carlin, Peggy. Row 6: Carson, Cathy: Casey, Kathy: Cay- lor, Nancy: Chab, Carol; Chapman, Curtis; Chastain, David: Chauvette, Chris; Castle, John: Catlin, Karen. Row 7: Chernoff. Barb; Chiplis, Ann; Chris- tena, Caren: Christie, Glen: Chumley, Michael; Clark, Dan; Clark. Gary; Clark, George; Clark, Linda. Individuals — 1 79 Juniors Row 1: Clark, Robert; Clay, Barbara; Clev- eriey, Gary; Clifford, Terry; Cloonan, Holly; Clouse, Brenda; Clymer, Cindy; Coale, Tom; Coddington, Denise. Row 2: Coers, Tom; Cofield, Anne; Cogge- shall. Jack; Cohen, Vicki; Collins, James; Coniglen, Mike; Coniglen, Susan; Conner, Rick; Conrad, Paul. Row 3: Cook, Daryl; Cook, Judy; Cooper, Linda; Cooper, Randy; Copenhaver, Mark; Copenhaver, Rick; Coraz, Fred; Corey, Jamie; Corn, Martha. Row 4: Cornett, Carol; Cotton, Cathy; Court, Thomas; Cowser, Larry; Cox, Eu- gene; Coy, Jack; Crahan, Mary Ann; Cra- ble, Marianne; Creech, Terry. Row 5: Crile, Dale; Crim, Greg; Cronin, Jeff; Crowe, Linda; Cunningham, Clinton; Cunningham, Debbie; Currin, James; Cur- ry, Bob; Curry, Richard. Row 6: Curtis, Lori; Cutler, Lynn; Cutler, Steve; Cutsinger, Candy; Danial, Wayne; DaPra, Diane; Darring, Zackary; Davey, Hugh; Davis, Evelyn. Row 7: Davis, Gwen; Davis, Marlene; Da- vis, Maxie; Davis, Ron; Davis, Susan; Da- vidson, Keeter; Deal, Cathy; Dean, Anne; Dearing, Susan. Row 8: Deck, Pamela; Decker, Linda; De- Ford, Kathleen; DeGrantz, Janis; Delga- do, Marian; Dellen, Michael; Delong, Barb; DeLott, Sue; DeMeyer, David. Row 9: Dennerline, Jan; Denny, Bob; Deppe, Paul; Devine, Coy; Dewes, Carrie; Dice, Patricia; Dickerson, Shelly; Dickey, Ann; Dickey, Sheri. Row 10: Dicks, June; Dill, Mark; Dilt, Da- vid; Disher, Doug; Distler, Charles; Dixon, Jack; Dobbs, Terry; Dock, Elaine; Dodson, Judy. Row 11: Doggett, David; Donlan, Steve; Donnell, Connie; Doran, Heather; bowling, David; Drake, Patti; Dreiseszun, Laure; Dresbach, George; Driggers, Jan. Row 12: Driskell, Mike; Drummond, Ted; Dugan, Michaelle; Dulong, Sandy; Dunn, Jim; Duren, Linda; Durkee, Julie; Dye, Dane; Dyke, Dan. 180 — Individuals Class of ' 72 in I? a p Laurie Seagram, juniors, uses the student center to study for her next test. Row 1: Dykema, John; Dykema, Peter; Dy- kins, Patty; Earle, Karen; Eastman, Joe; Eaton, Pequita; Eaton, Randy; Eckhardt, Brent; Efroymson, Elizabeth. Row 2: Eiche, Jim; Eid, Mike; Einterz, El- len; Ellott, Elizabeth; Elliott, James; Elliott, Lucy; Elliott, Paula; Engel, Maxine; En- kema, Wendy. Row 3: Eppers, Pamela; Erickson, Carolyn; Essler, Axol; Etherington, Nancy; Everett, Sally; Ewing, Nancy; Failey, Susan: Fair- field, Nancy; Fairley, Tom. Row 4: Fansler, Katie; Fischer, Mike; Fant, Kevin; Farinacci, Bob; Fehsenfeld, Debbie; Feldman, Stan; Ferris, Kathy; Fessler, Lin- da; Fielman, Andy. Row 5: Fink, Kim; Fisher, Art; Fitzwater, Mike; Fleming, Ken; Fletcher, Mark; Floren, Jim; Flynn, Linda; Fogle, Donald; Forbes, Robin. Row 6: Foreman, John; Foreste, Kim: For- shee, Laura; Forte, Daphne: Fortier, Kev- in; Foust, Juli; Fowler, Alvin; Foy, Barry; Francis, Carmie. Row 7: Frank, Susan: Franklin, Jonny: Franklin, Mary: Franklin, Nancy: Franklin, Robert: Frayser, Vernita: Freigi, Elaine; Freudenthal, Karol; Fridie, Donna. Individuals — 181 Juniors Row 1: Friedmeyer, James; Fritz, Susan; Frosch, Karen; Fulk, Dale; Fuller, Mark; Fuller, Teri; Gaalema, Dwain; Gaither, Bill; Gale, Debbie. Row 2: Gall, Mike; Gallion, Susan; Galvin, Debbie; Garber, Gayle; Garriott, Ken; Gar- rison, Susan; Gaurano, Herbert; Gemmer, Charles; George, Barb. Row 3: Gerber, Mike; Geringer, Lauri; Gib- son, Pam; Gilbert, Mack; Gilmore, Julie; Giltner, Natalie; Gish, Kurt; Glaser, Joe; Glass, Ken. Row 4: Glass, Mary; Glasser, Nancy; Glaz- ier, Janis; Glick, Chuck; Glickstein, Lynne; Glover, Anne; Glover, Bill; Goddard, Bob; Godfrey, Kevin. Row 5: Goff, Steve; Goldberg, Cheryl; Gold- stein, Jeff; Goldstein, Mark; Goodbar, Car- ol; Goode, Tom; Goodman, Judy; Good- win, Jay; Goodwin, Rolland. Row 6: Gordon, Jeff; Goren, Karin; Gornes, Paulette; Goshert, Alan; Goshert, Alan; Goss, Barry; Goss, Bonnie; Gossett, Fran- cine; Grable, Susie; Grady, Melissa. Row 7: Grant, Libby; Grant, Lydia; Grav- en, Jeannette; Gray, Brad; Gray, Mike; Gray, Robert; Greasel, Chris; Green, Deb- bie; Green, Ralph. Row 8: Green, Stevie; Greenough, Mary; Gregory, Mark; Gregory, Patti; Gregory, Yvonne; Greskamp, Dan; Greskamp, John; Griffith, Perry; Grimes, Hall. Row 9: Grinston, Cheryl; Haarbye, Nils; Haberman, Jim; Habig, Steve; Hacker, Mike; Hadley, Susan; Hall, Vicki; Hamil- ton, Gordon; Hammond, Charles. Row 10: Hampton, Steve; Hancock, Jeri; Hansen, Mark; Hapak, Susan; Harker, Janie; Harman, Tom; Harold, Pam; Harper, Jill; Harrington, Wes. Row 11: Harris, Mitch; Harison, Donald; Harrison, Steve; Harshman, Debby; Haver- ty, Kathy: Heichelbeck, Angle; Heilbrunn, Paul; Heiser, Mark; Heiskell, Kathy. Row 12: Henderson, Andy; Henry, Shelly; Henshaw, Rob; Herman, Nancy; Herman, Julie; Hermeling, Jim; Herndon, Gary; Hershberger, Jane; Hershey, Lou. MM " T £ir f aii i 182 — Individuals Class of ' 72 Junior Beverly Mills concentrates intently while practicing the violin. Row 1: Hickel, Scott; Higgs, Don; Hilfiker, Mike; Hill, Diane; Hmes, Bob; Hinkle, Ellis; Hixon, Jeff; Hobson, Kathy; Holden, Don. Row 2: Holt, Christopher; Holtz, Patty; Hotte, Barry; Hottle, Neil; Howard, Susan Howerton, Barbara; Hubbard, Richard Huff, Mark; Huffman, Debbie. Row 3: Huffman, Gary; Hughes, Bonnie; Highes, Carol; Hunt, Robert; Huntzinger, Mark; Hutt, Bob; Hydu, Robbie; lauco, Dianne; lauco, Marianne. Row 4: Ingals, William; Isenberg, Carol; Isaak, Barry; Jackson, Cher; Jackson, Den- nis; Jacobs, Larry; Jacobson, Joann: James, Daniel; James, Bob. Row 5: Jansen, Mark; Jaque, Debbie; Jeff- ries, Richard; Jenette, Marilyn: Jenkins, Ann; Jewett, Cindy; Joffe, Jerry; Johnson. 0. Tysaud; Johnson, Debbie. Row 6: Johnson, Ginger; Johnson, Jay; Johnson, Judy; Johnson, Pam; Johnstone, Phil; Jones, Brenda; Jones, Gary: Jones, Greg. Row 7: Jones, Jack; Jones, Jackie; Jones, Jill; Jones, Lucy; Jordon, John; Jorman, Dominic; Juday, Jerry; Justice, Julie; Ju- stak, Nora. Individuals — 183 Class of ' 72 Row 1: KaForke, Judy; Kahn, Ken; Kahn, Janis; Kahn, Patsy; Kalsow, Karen; Kappes, Jeff; Kassig, Erik; Katz, Nancy Kauffman, Diane. Row 2: Kaufman, Janie; Kautzman, Rich- ard; Kavanaugh, Rebecca; Kaylor, Penny; Kearney, Judy; Keefe, Jackie; Keene, Alice; Kelly, Fred; Kelly, Jerry. Row 3: Kelso, Kathy; Kennedy, Matt; Kern, Steve; Kilbury, Fritz; Kimberlin, Brett; Kinder, Mike; King, Debra; King, Gordon; King, Janet. Row 4: King, Kathi; King, Maggie; King, Steve; Kinney, Dave; Kinney, Mark; Kirk- ham, Sharon; Kirkhoff, Kay; Kirsh, Steve; Kitterman, Marsha. Row 5: Klaiber, Keith; Klein, Kandy; Kllng- er, Rene; Knight, Rexann; Knowles, Jenni- fer; Kocher, Kevin; Komsiski, Pete; Koop- man, Paul; Kramer, Gary. Row 6: Krahn, Karen; Kranich, Debbie; Krieger, Sara; Krise, Katie; Krugman, Deb- bie; Kuhns, Cindy; Kuklak, Joseph; Kunz, Suzie; Kyle, Leslie. Row 7: Kyle, Lynn; Ladd, Sherlee; Laing, Lesley; Lakin, Jeff; Lamb, Penny; Lam- bert, Greg; Lancashire, Steve; Lane, Mark; Larason, Linda. Row 8: Lawall, Barbara, Lawrance, Mark; Lawson, Lisa; Laycock, Thomas; Lazar, Denise; Leggett, Larry; Leibacher, Bill; Leininger, Dave; Lenn, Jeff. Row 9: Lennon, Brad; Lesher, David; Let- win, Bruce; Levinson, Jay; Lewis, Michael; Light, Caria; Linn, Ted; Littlejohn, Robin; Lloyd, Kevin. Row 10: Lockwood, Bruce; Loeffler, Bill Louden, Steve; Love, Dane; Lowry, Doug Lucas, Steve; Ludwig, Kevin; Lukins, Bill Lutz, Debbie. Row 11: Lynch, Jim; Lyons, Sandy; Maas, Ram; MaCauley, Judy; MacGill, Mike; Mad- dox, Bruce; Madinger, Bruce; Main, Dan; Mallinson, Richard. Row 12: Maloney, Mike; Mandelbaum, Da- vid; Mandrell, Debra; Mann, Leslie; Mann, Roger; Manning, LaNita; Mantel, Ed; Mar- sischke, Marlene; Martin, Eric. |i P o f fit d I - x. 184 — Individuals Juniors intently discuss the answer to a problem in a difficult area of Algebra. Row 1: Martin, Joyce; Martin, Kathy; Mar- tin, Linda; Martin, Loretta; Martindill, Bill; Martz, Daryl; Masselink, Mike; Mathiouda- kis, Beth; Matlock, Mary Lynn. Row 2: Mathews, Barb; Matthews, Karl; Matters, Greg; Mattingly, Cathy: Maxv ell, James; Maxwell, Monita; Maxson, Ruth; May, Kenny; May, Tomn. Row 3; Mayer, Lorrie; McAllon, Jim; Mc- Alpine, Tim; McCarnan, Chris; McClain, Sally; McClure, Peggy; McClure, Tom; Mc- Cord, Adrian; McFadden, David. Row 4; McFall, Margie; McFarling, Patri- cia; McGoff, Terrance: McGrath, Rob; Mc- Griff, Amy; McGuire, Jay; McKenzie, Mark; McLeod, Karen; McManama, Patti. Row 5: McNamara, Tim; McNamara, Tom; McNichols, Kathy; McNutt, Jim; McShay, Nan; Meador, John; Medernach, Carolyn; Meek, Debbrah; Meese. James. Row 6: Meese, Maryann; Melin. Chris; Mel- zer, Kathryn; Merchant, Kae; Merell. Deb- bie; Meshulam, Shelley; Messerlie, Meg; Mettler, Phyllis; Metzger, Wendy. Row 7; Meyer, Joyce; Michael, Maureen; Middlemas, Don; Miles. Carol; Miles. Mari- lynn: Miley, Scott; Miller, Cindy; Miller. Dora; Miller, Jeff. Individual: -IS, Juniors Row 1: Miller, Michelle; Miller, Tom; Milli- can, Robin; Million, Mary; Millis, Greg; Mills, Beverly; Miner, Susie; Mitchell, Bon- nie; Mitchell, Greg. Row 2: Mitchell, John; Mitchell, Marilyn; Mocklestrom, Karen; Mockler, Warren; Monforte, John; Moore, Janie; Moore, Joe Morgan, Susan; Morris, Tony. Row 3: Morris, Jon; Morton, Allison; Mos- kovitz, William; Mueller, John; Mumford, Karen; Mumford, Mary; Munds, Ellen; Munro, Judy; Murdock, Susie. Row 4. Murphy, William; Murray, Peggy; Melich, Melody; Nance, Celeste; Nasser, Sandra; Neal, George; Neal, Steven; Near- pass, Jeff; Neff, Laurie. Row 5: NeFouse, Allan; Nelson, David; Nelson, Dottle; Nelson, Pam; Nelson, Vivian; Neuss, Michael; Newell, Kirk; New- man, Kenneth; Nicely, Sara. Row 6: Nichols, Carolyn; Nickelson, Zan- dra; Nidlinger, Dennis; Nigh, Brett; Nigh, Mark; Nims, John; Nisenbaum, Myrna; Noonan, Joyce; Novick, Keith. Row 7: Nyhart, Sallie; Obllnger, Jane; O ' Brien, John; O ' Brien, Patty; O ' Connor, Robald; Odell, Patricia; Oehrle, Jennifer; Ohison, Jim; Oldham, Pam. Row 8: Officer, Phillip; Officer, Phyllis; Ogle, Lilly; O ' Leary, Nina; Olson, Chip; Olson, David; Orner, Debbie; Orr, Bob; Orr, Nancy. Row 9: Orton, Cheryl; Osborne, Carol; Os trom. Buz; Ottilie, Dave; Overshiner, Sue; Owen, Amy; Paige, Lonnie; Palmer, Don; Pappas, Steve. Row 10: Pardieck, Chris; Parham, Tina; Parks, Kim; Parr, Mark; Parrett, Patti; Passo, Mike; Pate, Brian; Patterson, Mark; Patterson, Sara. Row 11: Patton, Corina; Paustian, Marcia; Payne, Gavin; Peachin, Mike; Pearce, Jim; Pearson, Jim; Pechette, Tom; Peck, Tom; Peeler, Brad. Row 12: Penniston, Scott; Penno, Tom; Perlstein, Mark; Peters, Alan; Peterson, Tim; Petticrew, Paul; Pfeiffer, Linda; Phil- lips, Tom; Pickering, Jim. 186 — Individuals Class of ' 72 Tom Kennedy and Patty Parrett keep smiling in spite of their crutches. Row 1: Pierce, Brian; Pike, Donna; Ping, Becky; Pioch, Gwen; Piskura, Chris; Pit- tenger, Karen; Platis, Mark; Potter, Wade; Postlethewalte, Beth. Row 2: Potter, Steve; Powell, Greg; Powell, Michael; Powers, Mary; Prather, Sarah; Pratt, Jeff; Pratt, Steve; Presier, Janice; Price, Jody. Row 3: Price, Patty; Prill, Timothy; Pritch- ard, Nancy; ProFeta, Sharon; Prout, Joe; Pryor, Cathy; Punches, Steve; Quacken- bush, Bob; Rader, Robert. Row 4: Radoye, Michael; Raley, Dan; Ramey, Bill; Rand, Donna; Rapaport, Gregg; Ray, Ruthie; Redish, Marty; Ray, Billy; Redman, Tom, Row 5: Reed, Mark; Reed, Mike; Reich, Jeff; Reichel, Pam; Reiney, Kathy; Rein- hardt, Nancy; Reiter, Bob; Rembert, Lance; Renihan, Diane. Row 6: Reshover, Janice; Reynolds, Tom; Rhodes, Harold; Rich, Clayton; Richards, Versie; Richardson, Ann; Richardson, Michele; Richardson, Susan; Riley. John. Row 7: Riley, Kathy; Risley, Kathy; Rivers. Michael; Robbins, Jill; Robbins, Lana; Roberts, Brook; Roberts, Connie; Roberts, Dave; Roberts, Sandy. Individuals — 1S7 Juniors Row 1: Robertson, Jeff; Robertson, Rick; Robertson, Mike; Rochester, Tony; Roden- beck, Jan; Rogers, Sarah; Roller, Maria; Rollings, Nancy; Rolsky, Neil!. Row 2: Romine, Rob; Rose, Penny; Ross Steve; Roth, Jeri; Rothbard, Cindy; Roude bush, John; Roundtree, Jim; Roy, Sarah Rubin, Jeff. Row 3: Rudy, Susan; Ruhl, Jan; Russell Les; Rybolt, Dotsie; Ryle, Denise; Rynard John; Sacks, Avram; Saddler, Mark; Sad dier, Marsha. Row 4: Samms, Tom; Sampsell, Ram Sanders, Harry; Sanders, Marty; Sanders, Sue; Sangar, Ernest; Santoro, Victor: Savill, Don; Scales, Ronnie. Row 5: Schaefer, Patti; Schaefer, Sharon Schafer, Del; Scheele, Tina; Scherrer, Mike; Schiffli, Gary; Schilling, Debbie; Schmalz, Sherri; Schneider, Leslie. Row 6: Schneider, Lindsay; Schnute, Dick; Schubert, Becky; Schuchman, Donna Schuette, Doug; Schumacher, Barb Schwalm, Jay; Schwartz, Wendy; Scott, Sandy. Row 7: Scruggs, Debbie; Scudder, Shir lene; Scully, Kathye; Seagren, Laurie; Searcy, Scott; Sebree, Clarence; Sedam, Steve; Seidler, Jason; Selig, John. Row 8: Servaas, Joan; Sewell, Pete; Shad- inger, Susan; Shanks, Barb; Schaffer, Richard; Shaffstall, Anthony; Sharp, Lyn- da; Shaw, Anita; Shaw, Kathy. Row 9: Shaw, Kent; Shearer, Mike; Sheets Kent; Sheetz, Robert; Shelly, Nanci Shields, Stephen; Shively, Mary Ann; Shu ba, Mike; Sickle, Steve. Row 10: Siggins, Sally; Silcox, Chris; Sil ver, Margie; Simon, Diane; Simpson, An thony; Sinclair, Georgia; Skinner, Jim Skweres, James, Sklare, David. Row 11: Slocum, Barbara; Slosson, Dave Smart, Lisa; Smith, Carol; Smith, Cheryl Smith, Dan; Smith Debbie; Smith, Dwight Smith, Janice. Row 12: Smith, James; Smith, Mark; Smith, Mike; Smith, Nancy; Smith, Paul; Smith, Paula; Smith, Richard; Smith, Steve; Smith, Tom. 188 — ;nd v dua s Class of ' 72 Relaxing and thinking is a welcome break from the busy schedule for Mary Jo Barrett. Row 1: Smith, Bill; Smulyan, Jim; Snider, Julianne; Snyder, Gayle; Sohn, Susie: Sol- tan, John; Solgalow, Claudia; Somes, Claudia; Southard, Jean. Row 2: Sparrenberger, Cindi; Spence, Peg- gy; Spencer, Nancy; Spickelmier, Matt; Springer, Scott; Spyr, Elaine; Srader, Sharon; St. Angelo, Paul; St. John, Nancy. Row 3: Stafford, Dick; Stall, Santha; Standifer, Danny; Standifer, Teresa; Stan- ish, Cynthia; Star, Eugene; Starling, Keith; Stedman, Jim; Stegman, Sheralyn. Row 4: Steinbarger, Jenni; Steketee, Carey; Stephenson, Luanne; Stern, Joe; Sterberg, Steve; Stevens, Sharon; Steven- son, Dan; Stewart, Kim; Stiemann. Row 5: Stiff, David; Stines, Vicki; Stock, Kevin; Stokely, Marty; Stokes, Mark; Stokes, Wendy; Stolkyn, Sue; Stone, Patti; Stone, Ron. Row 6: Stone, Tim; Stotler, Trish; Strater, Brian; Street, Vicky; Streeter, Jeff; Sulli- van, Sylvia; Summers, Cynthia: Summers, Terry; Summitt, Diana. Row 7: Sutton, Patty; Swanson, Norma; Sweeney, Tom; Swingle, Frank; Swingler, Pete; Swisher, Ellen; Taggart. Rip; Tamer, Mike; Tannenbaum, Caien. Individuals — 189 Juniors Row 1: Tarplee, Tim; Tavel, Martha; Taylor, Debbie; Taylor, Kathy; Teffeau, Bruce; Tekelste, Kim; Terry, Jim; Terry, Bob; Thi- dobeau, Marcel. Row 2: Thistle, Sharon; Thomas, Dan; Thomas, Diann; Thomas, Donna; Thomp- son, Katie; Thompson, Marsha; Thurman, Nancy; Tinsley, Pat; Tomlinson, Emily. Row 3: Tompkins, Debbie; Towle, Colleen; Travern, Joe; Traylor, Debbie; Tince, Deb- bie; Trinkle, Dennis; Tuerke, Jim; Turrini, Nadine; Turula, Linda. Row 4: Tyner, Alva; Unterberg, Barb; Uzdawinis, Jeanne; Valentine, Patsy; Van- dever, Steve; VanKeisen, Chris; Van Meter, Cathy; Vestal, Scott; Vincent, VIckl. Row 5: Vinnenberg, Steve; Vogea, Linda; Vollrath, Jean; Von Fange, Neil; Vorder- strasse, Vickie; Vorhies, Mark; Vos, Julie; Lyons, Valerie; Waeltz, John. Row 6: Wagmen, Marc; Wagner, Mark; Wagoner, Ray; Walker, Yeanne; Walker, Pa- tricia; Walkup, Pam; Wallace, Jan; Walls, Jeff; Walters, Karen. Row 7: Walters, Kim; Ward, Bruce; War- field, Jill; Warren, Kent; Watson, David; Wehmeier, Jan; Weigle, Steve; Weil, Mar- gie; Weinberg, Nancy. Row 8: Weiske, Renee; Weissert, John; Wells, Robert; Welsh, Doug; Welty, Tim; Wesselman, Mary Ann; Westermann, Rich- ard; Wetterlin, Scott; Whitcomb, Mark. Row 9: White, Barbara; White, Jim; White, LeeAnn; White, Mike; White, Susan, White- side, Beverly; Whitman, Robert; Wiley, Candida; Wiley, Tom. Row 10: Willey, Tom; Williams, Janie; Wil- liams, Mike; Willis, Susan; Willman, Greg; Willson, Debbie; Wilson, Andrew; Wilson, Denlse; Wilson, Greg. Row 11: Wilson, Greg; Wilson, John; Wil- son, Suzy; Wingenroth, Holly; Wingerroth, Kris; Winters, Reginald; Witom, Chuck; Wohlgemoth, Ted; Wolf, Doug. Row 12: Woodruff, Gary; Woodward, Barry; Woodward, Kathy; Woolford, Liz; Wray, Dave; Wray, Linda; Wright, Carolyn; Wright, Greg; Wright, Joset. 190 — Individuals Junior Chuck Gemmer studies In the library for final exams. 4 Row 1: Moran, Mark; Yosha, Ann; Yount, Joe; Zeckel, Rick; Zeman, Cornelia; Zenor, Debbie; Zlegner, Dave; Zimmer, Karl; Zim- mreman, Myles. Row 2: Ziska, Joan; Zrebiec, Audrey; Zurschmiede, Ann; Zuratt, Dick; Gauchat, Robert; Fulmer, Fred; Houck, Lucy; Daye, Connie. Individuals — 191 9ophomores adjust to life at N.C The sophomores met their new challenges with great success. The Sophomore Class Council began the school year with a new tutoring program, and class mixer which helped promote class unity. In December the class of 73 bought and decorated the Christ- mas tree, and participated in the annual Key Club Can Drive. Their other winter activities in- cluded sponsoring a winter mixer and the annual Valentine Dance. Led by chairman Steve Rappa- port, the class of 73 had a busy and exciting year. Sophomore Class Officers: Steve Rappaport, Paul Bradford, Mary Kay Burns, Suzanne Cory. NOVICE DEBATE TEAM: Marc Stein, David Morgan, Robert James, Scott Fiedler, Todd DeGroff, Mary Norton, Steve Rappaport, Greg Nichols, William Roth, Lee Ann Fisher. 192 — Individuals IlKam SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL MEMBERS— ROW 1: M. Burns, D. Wickstrand, K. Harvey, A. Simmons, J. Evans, W. Kasle. ROW 2: T. Gibson, N. Dison, C. Day, W. Johnson, B. Swenson, M. Minx. ROW 3: P. Grant, A. Green, B. Barnhorst, R. Otto, B. Addleman, J. Christy. ROW 4: S. Rappaport, W. Ballamy, B. Heatherington, J. Robinson, C. Bevins, J. Fiedoral. ROW 5: K. Walker, M. Miller, D. Taylor, L. Parker, S. Root, K. Koehler. SOPHOMORE JENNY WREGE sits down to serious studying in the library. Sophomores find the NC curriculum a challenge. Individuals — 193 Sophomore Debbie Kane relaxes in the student center during her lunch break. Class of 72 Row 1: Aaron, Brad; Abbitt, David; Abbott, Joe; Abrams, Scott; Acherberger, Ste- phanie; Ackerman, Barb; Adams, John; Adams, Sandy; Alderman, Bob. Row 2: Adjieff, George; Affis, Michelle; Alexander, Art; Alig, Steve; Allen, Russ; Alsop, Pam; Alter, Dick; Anderson, Jim; Andrews, Michael. Row 3: Andrews, Steve; Apter, Barry; Arch- er, Sandy; Aiensman, Karen; Armold, Bev; Ashmore, Bob; Astbury, Dan; Aton, Rick; Austin, Pam. Row 4: Ayer, Ron; Baine, Bob; Baker, Deb- bie; Baker, Jim; Baker, Mike; Baker, Paula; Baker, Bob; Baker, Robert; Baker, Walt. Row 5: Baldus, Diane; Baldwin, Linda; Baldwin, Steve; Ball, Kathy; Ballew, Jim; Bandy, Carl; Barday, Paula; Bareither, Linda. Row 6: Barker, Carol; Barkman, Tom; Bar- lowe, Bill; Barhorst, Brian; Barr, Christine; Barr, Richard; Bartlett, Beth; Bartley, Lea Ann; Basch, Paula. Row 7: Batesole, Gary; Bawer, Bill; Baugh- man, Debbie; Baxter, Mindy; Baxter, Rick; Beacher, Kris, Beasley, Brad; Beaver, Floyd; Beck, Bobby. 194 — Individuals Class of ' 72 p w .,s?pn Row 1: Bedv ell, Shirley; Beitman, Nancy; Bellamy, Washington; Bellard, Kim; Bel- lard, Scott; Belt, Jeff; Benham, Janet; Ben- jamin, Sundra; Bennett, Ariana. Rov 2: Bennett, Sandi; Benrubi, Esther; Benslay, Marian; Berg, David; Berger, Bruce; Berger, Diane; Berger, Karen; Belin, Bonnie; Berling, Scott. Rov 3: Bernstein, Elyse; Bernstein, Gwen; Berry, Mike; Bethel, Jody; Bevill, Anthony; Bevins, Cheryl; Bevins, Valerie; Beyer, Sally; Biasi, Corrine. Row 4: Bibler, Pam; Bishop, Richard; Bbc- ler, Renee; Black, Jeff; Black, Marriane; Black, Winston; Blair, Jeff; Blake, Sylvia; Blankenship, Jeryl. Row 5: Blickman, Rita; Blood, Jim; Bloom- er, John; Bockstahler, Wendy; Boje, Brian; Bolin, Lori; Bolin, Mike; Boman, Joni Jo; Bond, Marcia. Row 6: Boos, Amy; Booth, Brian; Boring, Kim; Borinstein, Buz; Bosv ell, Sue; Botkin, Donna; Boulden, Jill; Boutwell, Rhonda; Bowen, Debbie. Row 7: Bowman, Dennis; Bowsher, Linda; Boyer, Judy; Braden, Steve; Bradford, Paul; Bradley, Lisa; Branche, Claudia; Brant, Richard; Breisacher, Lee. Row 8: Bremner, James; Brey, Mark; Bridgeforth, Clara; Brock, Judy; Brolin, Betsy; Brown, Cindy; Brown, Darryl; Brown, Gregg; Brown, Sherri. Row 9: Browne, Bill; Brunes, Brenda; Bryan, Nancy; Bryant, Michael: Buck ' ey, David; Buckley, Michael; Budd, Jeff; Bu- dreau, Kathy; Bullman, Kaye. Row 10: Buddies, Lance; B-jrch, Beth; Burge, Jim; Burgess, Steve- Burnell, Shir- ley; Burns, Mary K.; Bur js, Christopher; Bursky, Marlene; Busby, James. Row 11: Butler, Dave; Byrd, Sudellia; Cal- deron, Jerry; Calderon, Sam; Cameron, James; Cameron, Jean: Campbell, Kay; Cantor, Carol; Canult, Kevin. Row 12: Capron, Judy: Carey, Leslie; Car- lino, Maggie: Carlson, Jan; Carlson, Tom; Carmin, Michael: Carney, Allard: Carney, Lynn; Carpenter, Sandy. Individuals — 195 Sophomores " Miss Steve Burgess " models mid-evil dress to his English class. Row 1: Carr, Don; Carter, Marcia; Case, Sandra; Castner, Sue; Chapman, Mike; Chapman, Shanna; Chappell, Sue; Chavez, Tim; Cheesebourough, Joann. Row 2: Chenoweth, John; Christea, Chris; Christy, John; Chumley, Kenneth; Clark, Amy Jo; Clark, Debbie; Clark, John; Clay- combe, Janet; Claycombe, Judy. Row 3: Clouse, Caria; Cohen, Alan; Cohen, Janis; Cohen, Lannie; Cohen, Michelle; Collins, Cynthia; Collins, Linda; Collins, Tom; Coloney, Steve. Row 4: Connor, Chris; Conrad, Becky; Cook, Roxanne; Cooper, Kristi; Copen- haver, Jeff; Corbin, Debbie Jo; Corbin, Debby; Cornelius, Mark; Cory Suzanne. Row 5: Corwin, Marc; Costin, Robert; Cot- ton, Steve; Cowan, Doug; Cox, Constance; Crabb, Dan; Craig, Mark; Crain, Steve; Creuiston, Rick. Row 6: Cronk, Sharon; Cruzan, Sandy; Cunnings, Roxanna; Curtis, Rose; Cut- singer, David; Cutsinger, Mark; Dalton, Steve; DaPra, CarIa; Darring, Cynthia. Row 7: Davidson, Jeff; David, Donna; Dav- idson, Page; Davis, Jeff; Davis, John; Davis, Rob; Day, Fred; Day, Kristee; Day, Bill. 196 — Individuals Class of 73 Row 1: Decker, Gaylen; Deeb, Dawn; Deer, Sherry; DeGroff, Todd; Denn, Jacqueline; DelGado, Steve; Demasie, Jeff; Denton, Terry; DeRoo, Mark. Row 2: Detmer, Greg; Deuser, Mark; De- Valeria, David; Devitt, Barb; Diamond, Arni; Dietz, Jenni; Dinwiddle, John; Dison, Nancy; Dittrich, Tom. Row 3: Dixon, Marcia; Dodd, Tim; Doherty, Dolan, Chris; Dolan, Kevin; Doty, Kath- leen; Dove, David; Dowlinj;, Nancy; Dov n- ard, Anita. Row 4: Drake, Paula; Druker, Scott; Drus- kis. Marguerite; Dudley, Marsha; Dugdale, Jeanne; Dunn, Gary; Dunn, Terry; Dunn, Teresa; Dunn, Terrance. Row 5: Duwe, Craig; Dustman, Lee; Dyar, Ricky; Dyer, Barbara; Eadie, Brian; Easley, Mark; Eberbach, Cathy; Edwards, John; Eidison, Vickie. Row 6: Ehret, Jed; Elliott, Craig; Elliott, Denise; Ellis, Sharon; Elmore, Paula; Em- melman, Jody; England, Gary; English, Warren; Ensminger, David. Row 7: Epstein, Mark; Erath, Bob; Erdey, Joe; Erier, Don; Esmon, Cyndy; Evans, Jay; Evans, Jeff; Evans, Julie; Everett, Jan. Row 8: Everett, Mary Elizabeth; Evering- ham, Richard; Ezell, Colletta; Fairbanks, Mike; Fairley, Joy; Falender, Cindie; Fal- vey, Anne; Farmer, Teresa; Farris, Howard. Row 9: Featherston, Ken; Feichtner. Gene; Fenstermaker, Dave; Fiedler, Scott; Fiedo- ral, Jill; Field, Jim; Fielman, Fred; Rn- neran, Tom; Fischer, Karen. Row 10: Fisher, Lee Ann; Rsher, Beth; Fitzgerald, Kathy; Fitzgerald, Sheila; Frtz- patrick, Terry; Fitzsimmons, Leslie; Flam- mer, Nancy; Fleenor, Suzanne; Fletcher, Lesa. Row 11: Flory, Dave; Floyd, Donna: Foley, Kevin: Folger. Susan: Foote, Brenda: Ford, Kevin: Fork, David; Forsyth, Donald; For- tier, Patricia. Row 12: Foster, Rhea; Franklin, Jerry; Franklin, Susan; Frankovitz, Bill; Frayer, Nancy; Freeze, Bob; Freihoffer, Fred; Frey, Jeanne. Individuals — 197 Qophomores SOPHOMORES PLAY tournament volley- ball during their second six week ' s In gym. Certificates were given to winning teams. Row 1: Freyer, Richard; Freyn, Cindy; Fridie, Kevin; Friedmann, Bonnie; Fritsch, Mark; Fritz, Marcia; Frock, Joe; Frye, Jo- lynn; Fuller, Gina. How 2: Funk, Thea; Gangstad, Nancy; Gar- brecht, Mary Lee; Garcia, Greg; Gardner, Diana; Gardner, Kevin; Garling, Brenda; Garling, James; Garnett, Sharon. Row 3: Garrett, Floyd; Robert, Gastineau; Gates, Gary; Gatsos, Elaine; Gauchat, Douglas; Gauchat, Philip; Gehring, Ivan; Gellersen, Peggy; Gelman, Sandy. Row 4; George, Craig; Geringer, Patricia; Germadnick, Lynn; Gerson, Jeff; Gibbs, Alefa; Gibson, Samuel; Gibson, Tom; Gil- grist, Judy; Giovanoni, Terry. Row 5: Glascock, Dean; Glassmeyer, Ce- leste; Glassmeyer, Therese; Goddard, Carol; Goergen, Maureen; Goergen, Mi- chelle; Goodman, Jay; Goldsmith, Tom; Goodman, Gary. Row 6: Goodman, John; Goren, Shelley; Gorman, David; Goss, Donna; Grable, Mark; Gradolf, Kim; Grabert, Mark; Grady, Marianne; Grant, Phyllis. Row 7: Grauel, Julie; Graven, Dianne; Graves, Joe; Gray, Douglas; Green, Au- drey; Green, Charna; Green, Chris; Green, David; Green, Lee. 198 — Individuals Sophomores Rov 1: Green, Torn; Greene, Kent; Greene, Michael; Greene, Rita; Greenv ood, Tim- othy; Gregor, George; Gregory, Matthew; Gregory, Tom; Greskamp, Larry. Row 2: Gubbins, Carol; Gueutal, Hal; Gul- lett, Leslie; Guthrie, Colleen; Guy, Joe; Habig, Frank; Haboush, Joe; Hackl, Mar- tha; Hackney, Suzy. Row 3: Hackney, Paula; Hagerty, Mark; Haig, Donna; Hall, Jack; Hall, Jerry; Hall, Steve; Hall, Victor; Halt, James; Halvor- son, Dave. Row 4: Ham, Nancy; Hamaker, Bruce; Hamilton, Craig; Hanaway, Jim; Hancock, Jeffrey; Harden, Pamela; Harding, Glen; Harding, Scott; Hardy, Wade L. Row 5: Hargadon, Cindy; Marker, Diana; Harkey, James; Harlan, Gary; Harmon, Vicki; Hamngton, Enola; Harris, Celeste; Ha rris, Eugene; Hart, Judith. Row 6: Hartig, Becky; Hartley, Robert; Hartman, Jodi; Hartman, Steve; Harvey, Kim; Harvey, Karia; Hatch, Robert; Hayes, Robert; Hayes, Susan. Row 7: Heady, Beth; Heath, Michale; Heck, Debbie; Hehn, Sandra: Heim, Frank; Hellming, Barb; Henderson, Gary; Henkel, Ellen; Henshaw, Susan. Row 8: Herman, Holly; Herman, Mare; Herron, Kathy; Hess, Keith; Hessman, James; Hetherington, Bob; Hint, Steve; Hiatt, Walt; Mickey, Risa; Higgins, Bob. Row 9: Hilfiker, Michelle; Hill, Beverly; Hill, Maureen; Hill, William; Hilterbrant, Susan; Hinsdale, Mary Jo; Hinton, Ben; Hintz, Jeff. Row 10: Hobbs, Susie; Hogan, Leora; Holder, Herbert: Holdgrafer, Jim; Hollan, Dan; Holstein, Donald: Holt, John; Hood, Mike; Hoover, Juanita. Row 11: Hoover, Wiley; Hopkins, Christe; Horner, Dan; Houtzer, Robin: Hovey, Brian; Howald, Larry: Howard. Kathy: Hoyt, Warren; Hoyt, Kevin. Row 12; Huber, Mike: Hudson. Michael: Huff, Linda: Hughey, Kevin: Humphrey, Dave: Huse. Dan; Hutchinson, Doug; Hutchinson, Mindy; Irwin, Diane. Individuals — 199 Class of ' 73 DOING HIS OWN thing, sophomore Jeff Gerson plays the drums for the pep band at one of the home basketball games. Row 1: Irwin, Beth; Jackson, Charles; Jackson, Dayna; Jackson, Jenny; Jackson, Ronald; Jacobs, Frances; Jacobsen, Alexa Lee; Jacobsen, Daniel; James, Claudia. Row 2: Jankowski, Karen; Jardine, Susan; Jehs, Roni IVIarie; Jewett, Jeff; Johns, Fola; Johnson, Andy; Johnson, Carol; Johnson, Cyrano; Johnson, David. Row 3: Johnson, Janis; Johnson, Jean; Johnson, Kevin; Johnson, Michelle; John- son, Robert; Johnson, Todd; Johnson, Wendy; Jones, Caria; Jones, Emery. Row 4: Jones, Geoffrey; Jones, Larkin; Jontz, Mary Lee; Jordan, Bev; Jordan; Bob; Jordan, Robert; Joseph, Jack; Joze- fowski, Martha; Justice, Robert. Row 5: Justice, Ronnie; Jutte, Corinne; Kahn, Larry; Kahn, Paul; Kaminsky, She- ila; Kane, Debbie; Kappes, Mark; Kasle, Wendy; Kassebaum, Evelyn. Row 6: Katz, Barb; Katz, Wendy; Kebler, Karen; Kearns, Paul; Keefer, Karl; Keevil, Brad; Keith, Nancy; Keller, Kimberly; Kel- logg, George. Row 7: Kelly, Janetta; Kelly, Pam; Keown, Larry; Kern, Scott; Kesler, Steve; Kessler, David; Ketterman, Joan; Kibbe, Mark. 200 — Individuals Qophomores Ro 1: Kikendall, Ronnie; Kiely, Jack; Kil- hon, Teresa; King, Cathy; King, Debbie; King, Jeanette; King, Linda; King, Sandy; Kirkharn, Debbie. Rov 2: Kirkpatrick, Irish; Kiser, Laurel; Kiser, Susan; Kleffrnan, Sharon; Klein, Arnold; Kline, Richard; Kloer, Philip; Koby, Chip; Koch, Nancy. -I Row 3: Koehler, Kelly; Koehler, Marcy; Koerten, Jim; Korn, Steve; Kramer, Gayle; 2 Kronick, Sue; Krueger, Tonn; Kruse, Karen; Kuklak, Stan. Row 4: Kwitny, Brian; Lacey, Art; Laflin, Mark; LaFollette, James; Lakin, Linda; La- mar, David; Lambert, Nola; Lammers, Christina; Lande, Phil. Row 5: Landon, Tim; Lankford, Arbie; Lan- ham. Bob; Lantz, Janie; Lapham, Paul; Laux, Steve, Lawall, John; Lawail, Karl; Laycock, Dan. Row 6: Lea, Michael; Leaf, Greg; Lecht, Richard; Lee, Tom; Lefkowitz, Howard; Leg- gett, Gregory; Leibman, Ted; Leimbach, Michael; Lempke, Lynette. Row 7: LeRoy. Deena: Leschot, Debbie; Levan, Judi; Leventhal, Phyllis: Leventhal, Sheri; Levy, Jay; Levy, Joel; Lewis, James; Lewis, Michelle. Row 8: Lewis, Sherry: Liebrich. Robert; Lienerth, Diane; Light, Andrew; Light, John; Liming, Carol; Lindley, Laura; Lind- sey, Cheryl; Linn, Susan. Row 9: Litton, Evelyn; Litz, Joe: Loeffler, Gwen; Looney, Michael: Louden, Andy: Louden, Richard: Lowe, Wana; Lucas, Becky; Luebke, Jeanne. Row 10: Lunsford. Stuart; Luros, Marc; Lutz, Diane: Lykins, Patty; Lyons, Carole; Lyons, Cindy; Mackey, Jane; Madawick, Jamie; Madden, Hanna. Row 11: Maddox, Jean: Maddox, Teresa; Madry, Dana; Maethuer, Caria Su: Magee, Kavern; Maggard, John; Malerson, Jim; Mahoney, John; Malsala, Jim. Row 12: Males, Amy: Margin, Frankie: Manifold, Rex; Mann, Kristi; Mann. Terri: Manning, Trieia: Manson, Alvino; Marbak- er; Kathy; Marr, Danny. Individuals — 201 Class of 72 Sophomores took time to puzzle over N.C. life. Row 1: Mart, Kevin; Martin, Debbie; Mar- tin, Horace; Martin, Vernetta; Martin, Vickie; Martin, William; Martindale, Laur- en; Maruel, Kate; Mashaw, Beth. Row 2: Masker, Patty; Mason, Chuck; Ma- son; Jeff; Mathioudakis, Miki; Matney, Susan; Matson, Cindy; Maurer, Gary; Mau- rer, Wendi; Maxwell, Laura. Row 3: Maydew, Neda; McAuley, Dawn; McConnell, Ann; McConnell, Jean; Mc- Cormack, Kevin; McDonald, Bruce; Mc- Donald, Frankie; McDonald, William; Mc- Galsson, Alan. Row 4: McGirath, Barbara; McGirath, Mary; McGuire, Patrick; Mclnnes, Mary; McKasson, Kevin; McKinney, Nora; Mc- Master, Mike; McNeff, Melinda; McPhail, Robert. Row 5: McQuade, Sydney; McQuiston, Mary; McRee, Dan; McSoley, Tim; Meador, Patty; Mease, Eric; Medjesky, Theresa; Medsker, Mike; Meinders, Terry. Row 6: Melcher, Bill; Melrose, Marc; Mel- zer, Karen; Meriweather, Tamara; Merrell, Cynthia; Merritt, Kevin; Meshulam, Sheryl; Metzger, Abrigail; Mettler, Keith. Row 7: Meyer, Carrie; Milbern, Debbie; Miles, Jim; Miles, Terry; Millburn, Gret- chen; Miller, Charles; Miller, Fred; Miller, Marcia; Miller, Mike. 202 — Individuals nilfePi M Sophomores Rov 1: f iller, Reid; Miller, Scott; Miller, j; Terri; Milton, Vincent; Minott, Phil; Minx, Marty; f iihelo , Karen; Mitchell, Debi; Mitchell, Jarnes. Rov 2: Mitchell, Jeff; Moline, Mike; Moore, Barry; Moore, Carey; Moore, Jack; Moore, Jackie; Moores, Marilyn; Morgan, David; Morgan, Penny. Row 3; Monical, Jim; Moser, Jeff; Mum- mert, Steve; Munds, Dick; Murdock, Reg- gie; Murphy, Chuck; Murphy, Leigh; Mur- phy, Sara; Murphy, Tim. Row 4: Murray, Shelley; Myette, Brenda; Neff, John; Nelson, Diane; Nemes, Alan; Nessler, Gina; Newby, Jay; Newlund, Lisa; Newman, Nancy. Row 5: Newton, Brad; Newton, John; New- ton, Veronica; Nibbs, Sharon; Nichols, Greg; Nohe, Greg; Nordschow, Eric; Nor- ton, Mary; Nye, Jane. Row 6: Ofengender, Sara; Off, Carl; Og- born, Sabrina; Oldham, Sherril; O ' Leary, Sally; Oliver, Ken; Olson, Karen; Orbaugh, Bill; Orme, Bill. Row 7: Osborne, Marilyn; Ossip, Gregg: Osterman, Sharon; Otto, Bob: Pratt, Steve; Otto, Rick; Owens, Jennifer; Palmer, Chris; Palmer, Eve. Row 8: Parr, Randy; Parker, Byron; Parker, Larry; Parkhurst, William: Patch, Patricia; Patterson, Anthony; Patterson. Joanne; Patterson, Bill; Patton, Betty. Row 9: Patton, Kevin; Payne, Leslie; Pear- son, Christy; Pearson, Paul; Peet, Douglas; Pendleton, Cindy; Penno, Nancy; Perk, David; Perkins, Ben. Row 10: Perkins, Robert: Perry, Doug; Pet- erson, Celeste: Petersen, Diane; Peterson, Paul; Peterson, Tom; Pfrang, Carl; Phelps, Joe; Phillippe, James. Row 11: Phillips, Jack; Phillips, Jay; Pierce, Robert; Piggott, Barbara: Pinner, Carmen; Pioch, Doug; Piskura, Lynn; Pit- ler, Sharon; Pittman, Jacob. Row 12: Piatt, Jack: Polsinelli, Cindy; Pool, Alice; Potter, Ken; Potter, Millicent; Powell. Krisandra: Powell, Mark; Powell, Roberta: Powers, Rita. Individuals — 203 Class of ' 73 STUDIOUS SOPHOMORES STUDY during their lunch period in the student center. Row 1: Pumphrey, Ranae; Query, Mike; Quinlan, Alan; Raab, Vickie; Rattay, Steve; Ramage, Scott; Ramer, Mark; Rappaport, Steve; Ray, Jess. Row 2: Redman, Alice; Redmond, Kevin; Reed, Lazetta; Reinking, Christy; Renner, Linda; Reuss, Diane; Reuter, Terry; Rex- roth, Mark; Reynolds, Paul. Row 3: Reynolds, Ruth; Rhamy, Jennifer; Rhodes, Susan; Rice, Ted; Rich, Chris; Richards, Brad; Richardson, Jean; Ridder, Rick; Ries, Tom. Row 4: Rimer, Rick; Ripma, Judy; Rippey, Mary; Risk, Nancy; Rittenhouse, Teresa; Roberts, Angele; Roberts, Ellen; Roberts, Gayle; Roberts, Paul. Row 5: Roberts, Rick; Roberts, Steve; Rob- ertson, Kathy; Robey, Donna; Robinson, Joe; Robinson, Linda; Robison, Diane; Roche. Ann; Rogers, Barbara. Row 6: Rogers, Judy; Rogers, Larry; Roll, Melinda; Romine, Spenser; Ronk, Ron; Roos, Gary; Ropkey, Rick; Roscoe, Mic- hael; Ross, Nancy. Row 7: Rost, Lisa; Roth, Bill; Roth, Bob; Roth, Jim; Rudicil, Mike; Rushton, Donna; Russell, Jane; Russell, Vonda Ann; Russell, Wanda. 204 — Individuals ii " lB Sophomores Rov 1: Ryan, T rerr-.e; Sachs, Nathan; Sage, Mike; Samuelson, Jackie; Sander- son, Patty; Sandoe, Bond; Sarkesian, Carol; Sarnsin, Rob; Sar ich, Martin. Row 2: Saunders, Trudi; Scanlon, Susan; Schaefer, Sue; Schenck, Barbara; Scheur- er, Patti; Schlegel, Barbara; Schmidt, Ste- phen, Schofield, Jan; Schroeder, Daniel. Row 3: Schubert, Paul; Schuetter, Debbi; Schweihs, Pam; Schwenr, Todd; Schwind- ler, Phil; Scott, Bill; Scott, Patricia; Scully, Peggy; Seal, Lesley. Row 4: SeBald, Dave; Sebree, Stephanie; Segal, Steve; Segar, Bob; Sell, John; Senour, Everly; Sentir, Bob; SerVaas, Paul; Settle, Wes. Row 5: Sexauer, Gail; Shapiro, Scott; Sharp, Jim; Sharpen, Ken; Shaw, David; Shaw, Deni; Shelburne, Donell; Shelby, Mike; Sheridan, Rich. Row 6: Sherron, Debbie; Shields, Serena; Shinault, Terri; Shoemaker, Jim; Shuck, Pattie; Sickle, Julia; Silcox, Toni; Silver, Ellen; Simmons, Ann. Row 7; Simmons, Martha; Simon, Linda; Sims, Pam; Skelton, Ken; Sinex, Charles; Slater, Richard; Smith, Carson; Smith, Doug; Smith, Janelle. Row 8: Smith, Juliana; Smith, Karl; Smith, Lucinda; Smith, Mary: Smith. Polly: Smith, Stephanie; Smock. Leslie; Snapp. Christie; Snyder, Dave. Row 9; Sohn, Steve; Sordean, Andrea; So- tus, Patti; Spaulding, Susan: Speckman, Karen; Spencer, Debbie; Spiegel, Mark; Sputh, Sara; Staggers, Renee. Row 10: Stahl, David; Stamp, Sarah; Stan- kovich. Dawn: Stanton, Debbie: Star Louis; Stark, Jane: Station. George: Steck- ley, John; Steele, Jeff. Row 11: Steele, Kent: Steinmen. Aaron: Stein, Marc: Stein, Nancy: Steinhart. Stev- en; Steinmetz, Audrey: Stevens, Kathy; Stieneker. Rebecca: Stiff, Nancy. Row 12: Stillerman, Sue: Stone. Suzie; Stoops, Jeff: Strickland. Anne: Strole. Lisa: Strong. Michele: Stump. Dave: Stump, Mary; Sturman, Steve. Individuals — 205 , t Aty ' 2 Gophomores ASSISTING IN THE LIBRARY gives these pert sophomores the opportunity of meet- ing many people. Row 1: Suckow, Pamela; Suggs, Arther; Sullivan, Deborah; Sullivan, Mary; Sulli- van, Nancy; Sullivan, Wendy; Surface, Janet; Surface, Ron; Sutton, Dennis. Row 2: Sweeney, Jane; Swenson, Beth; Swenson, Lester; Tague, Greg; Taylor, Debra; Taylor, Doris; Taylor, Jan; Taylor, Jeff; Taylor, Joe. Row 3: Terry, Karia; Terry, Susie; Tetrick, Richard; Tewksbury, Jeff; Thomas, John; Thompkms, Carol; Thompson, Diana; Thompson, James; Thompson, John. Row 4: Thompson, Linda; Thompson, Mark; Thompson, Theresa; Tilford, Monica; Timmel, Tim; Tirmenstein, Doug; Tishler, Bruce; Toffolo, Caria; Towie, Patrick. Row 5: Tracy, Kristi; Traub, Amy; Traylor, David; Troupa, Mary Lou; Troyan, Ron; Truesdell, Keith; Tsang, Lori; Tyler, Michael; Uminger, Glenn. Row 6: Vanbezooyen, Jessica; VanDorn, Myra; VanMeter, Chuck; Vaughn, Trudy; Vendely, Mike; Verble, Jane Kay; VonGrim- menstein, Eric, Waddell, R. Scott; Wago- ner, Betti. Row 7: Wagoner, Bill; Wakelam, Jim; Wal- dron, James; Walker, Kathy; Walker, Kim; Walker, Marcia; Walker, Scott; Wallace, Lu; Walsh, Becky. 206 — Individuals Sophomores Rov 1: V altz, Su ' iie; V ands, Jeannie; Ward, Melissa; V arfield, Dave; V ark, Dav- id; Warner, Laura; V arren, Gary; Waters, Lee Ann; Waters, Rick. Row 2: Watkins, Linda; Waugh, Howard; Weest, Fred; Webster, Diana; Weinberg, David; Weinberg, Peggy; Weinhardt, Bob; Weinmann, Pamela; Weinstein, Dave. Row 3: Weinstein, Steve; Weiss, Gloria; Welty, Ann; Werner, Debbie; Wesley, Lin- da; West, David; White, Darryl; Whitman, Leslie; Whitmore, Steve. Row 4: Whyte, Kirby; Wickenkamp, Dave; Widduck, Brian; Wickstrand, Debbie; Wides, Barry; Wiley, Hunt; Wilder, Brete; Wilkerson, Warren; Wiggins, Debbie. Row 5: Wild, Rita; Wilgus, Ram; Williams, Betty; Williams, Daniel; Williams, Donna; Williams, Edwin; Williams, Lance; Wi[- liams, Nancy; Williams, Sarah. Row 6: Williams, Sharon; Williamson, Davis; Willis, Nancy; Willman, Paula; Will- man, Rita; Willison, Tom; Willock, Tommy; Willson, Karen; Wilson, Brenda. Row 7: Wilson, Cynthia; Wilson, Dawn; Wil- son, Ed; Wilson, Mike; Wilson, Robert; Wil- sted, Joe; Winkler, Linda; Winn, Lauren; Winters, Bill. Row 8: Wise, Kathy; Wolfe, Pam; Woiner, Lori; Wood, Tim; Woodruff, Lucy; Wood- ward, Mark; Wooldridge, Edward; Woolgar, Dawn; Worlh, Greg. Row 9: Wrege, Jenny; Wright, Lori; Wul- bert, Scott; Wylie, Toni; Young, Doug; Yeary, Larry; Yount, Cheryl; Yates, Roy; Zendell, Marlene. Row 10: Zumbaugh, Roxanne: Cox, Jackie; Creviston, Richard; Dempsey, Charles; Frye, Bill; Jones, Larkin: Lynch, John; Mc- Quistion, Carol; Niehaus, Mike. Row 11: Prah, Tom; Stockholm, Linda; Thompson, Milton, Tomlinson, Emily; Tull, Susan; Umemura. Wes: Underwood, Lisa; Zuber, Gwynn. Individuals — 207 LOVE SPREADS GERMS Days hurry by wi+h a frenzy of activity Requirements to fulfill, Deadlines to meet; Pausing for a moment we reflect on life. 208 — Individuals Filled with the joy of being an Individual We smile on Life; Learning to accept the bad times, And making the most of the good times; We learn to live. Individuals — 209 210 — Individuals Learn to tead. i ff VS North Central is a small part of our lives. Just as the winter snow is inevitable after the Autumn sun, 9o is the change of youth to adulthood. We face the inevitable as Individuals. Individuals — 211 Yet while we are here, even if only for a short time, we share a common bond, leaving an imprint of our personality . . . " Jf f Hl uM I 212 — Individuals Each in his own way, a unique individual at Nor+h Central in ' 71. 214 — Individuats Adminis+ration mee+s challenge of change ABOVE— MR. WALKER CHEERFULLY Greets his next " client. " As assistant principal, his job consists of discipline problems. BELOW — CORRECTING A N ERROR in attendance, assistant principal Mr. Wilson writes a pass for a student to return to class. He deals chiefly with at- tendance. Individuals — 215 Adminis+rators strive for better unders+anding 1971 brought to a close 16 years of hard work and de- termined effort as superin- tendent of Washington Town- ship for Dr. J. Everett Light. A noted educator in the state of Indiana, Dr. Light ' s leadership capabilities will be missed in the Nora community. UPON HIS RETIREMENT, Lynn Christea, on behalf of the NORTHERNER staff and Photo Reflex Studio presents Dr. Light with a framed color portrait. WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION — Mr. John ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS — Dr. Gerald DeWitt, Dr. Dean Evans, Mote, Mr. William Fletcher, Mr. William Ray, president; Dr. Roy superintendent designate. Dr. Donald Turchan. Behnke, Mrs. Katherine Cox. 216 — Individuals Individuals — 21 7 ANTICIPATING THE COMING of St. Nick, Mr. Doney and Mr. Schaaf admire the fineness of the ' 70 Christmas tree. Fine Arts staff promotes creativity Miss Mary E. Allen — Guidance; B.S., M.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mr. Ray H. Atto — B.S. Eastern Illinois University, M.S. Butler University Mrs. Ann Baggett — English; B.A., M.A. Ball State Uni- versity Mrs. Gloria Barbour — English; B.A. Ball State Univer- sity Mr. Bernard F. Barcio — Foreign Language; B.A. Holy Cross Seminary, M.A. University of Michigan Miss Elizabeth Ann Beck — Foreign Language; B.A., M.S. Butler University Miss Louise Benbow — English; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mr. John G. Bergan — Earth Science, Geology; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mr. Jack G. Berry — Social Studies; B.S. Oakland City, M.S. Indiana University Miss Ruth E. Bertsch — Chairman, English Department; A.B. Western College, M.A. Ball State University Mr. John M. Bond — Guidance; B.S., M.S. Butler Uni- versity Mrs. Thomas Borlick — English, History; A.B. Hanover, M.A.T. Indiana University 218 — Individuals Mrs. Sondra Bov ers — English; B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Thomas H. Bradley — Health Education, Varsity Baseball Coach; BPE Purdue University Mr. Donald C. Brev ster — Social Studies, A.B. Butler University Mr. Max I. Briggs — Chairman, Art Department; B.S., M.S. Eastern Illinois University Mr. John Harrison Brov n — Foreign Language; B.A, Indiana University, M.A. University of Wisconsin Mrs. Phyllis M. Brown — Home Economics; B.S. Ohio University Mr. Thomas J- Burrin — Social Studies; B.A. Wabash College, M.A. Butler University Mr. Morris A. Campbell — Social Studies; A.B. Wabash, M.A. DePauw Mrs. Pamela Campbell — Foreign Language; Certificate, LaSorbonne, France, B.A. Denison University, M.A. Indiana University Mrs. Bernice L. Carnell — English, Director of Reading Laboratories; M.S. Indiana University Mr. Jerry K. Carter — Industrial Education; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mrs. Polly Palmer Catus — English; B.A. Butler Univer- sity, M.A. Ball State University Mr. Forrest Chandler — Power Mechanics Instructor Mrs. Dorothy Claypool — English; A.B. DePauw Univer- sity Mr. Rod Cord — Publications Director, Journalism; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mr. Thomas R. Cox — English; B.S. Oakland City Col- lege, M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Robert Critzer — Music; B.A. UCLA, M.M. Butler University Mr. William Cruzan — Chairman, Business Education Department; B.S. Ball State University, M.A. Co- lumbia University Mrs. Betty H. Culp — Mathematics; A.B. Ohio Uni- versity, M.A. Ohio State University Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis — Social Studies; B.A. Bethel Col- lege Mrs. Maridee S. Cutter — Business Education; B.S. Bail State University, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Jon Dailey — Mathematics; B.S. Butler University Mr. Tom Davis — Social Studies; B.S., M.S. Indiana University Mr. Richard F. Dennis — Music, Orchestra Director; B.S. Ithaca College, M.M. Butler University Mrs. Lois DeRoo — Science: B.S. Indiana State Uni- versity, M.S. Butler University Mr. Oliver 0. Dixon — Mathematics; A.B., M.S. Indiana University Mr. Thomas Doney Jr. — Social Studies: B.A. Indiana University, M.A. Indiana State University Mr. James A. Duffy — English; A.B. Central Colleee, M.A. Ball State University Individuals — 219 Mr. William C. Evers — Audio Visual Service; B.S. Pur- due University, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Robert Paris — Social Studies; B.S., M.S. Purdue University Mr. Keith Farrand — Cliairman, Physical Education De- partment; B.S., M.S. Purdue University Miss Judith Ann Fields — Business Education; B.S. Ball State University A.B., M.S. Indiana Indiana Mr. Joe Fischer — Mathematics; State University Mr. Thomas F. Fisher — English; B.S., M.A State University Mr. Charles Francis Fleming — Social Studies; B.S., M.S., M.A. Indiana University Mr. Louis J. Foerderer — Foreign Language; A.B., M.S. Butler University Miss Jeannine Freudenberger — English; A.B. Asbury College, M.A. Indiana University Mr. John L. Friedersdorf — Social Studies; A.B. Wichita State, M.A. Indiana University Mr. Forest C. Fruits — Speech; A.B. Wabash College, M.A. Ball State University Miss Donna J. Fulps — English; A.B., M.A.T. Indiana University 9fudenf growth increases staff to 1 83 Mr. Charles Gary — Business Education; B.S. Missouri Valley College Mrs. Emily A. Gemmer — Home Economics; B.S. Purdue Mr. James A. Girdler — Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S. Pur- due University Mr. Gordon B. Gish — Mathematics — A.B., M.E. Indiana University Mrs. Judith Glore — English; B.S. Ball State University Mrs. Judith L. Guerrero — B.A. Indiana University, M.A. Pius XII Institute of Fine Arts, Florence, Italy Mr. Jan A. Guffin — English; B.S., Ed., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Garrett L. Harbron — Mathematics; B.S. Anderson College, M.A. Ball State University Mr. Joseph C. Harding — utomechanics, I.C.T.; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Norman Harner — Guidance; B.S., M.A. Indiana University Mrs. Carole E. Harris — Foreign Language; B.A. De- Pauw Mr. H. Brown Harrison — Mathematics; B.S., M.S. In- diana State University 220 — Individuals Miss Linda V. Hash — Guidance; B.S., lA.S., Indiana University Mrs. Patricia J. Haskett — Foreign Language; B.S., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Richard Haslam — Guidance; B.S., M.S. Butler Uni- versity Mrs. Gloria J. Hasler — English; B.S. Indiana University Mr. Gale M. Helft — English; A.B. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. D. C. Henderson — Drama, Speech; A.B., M.A. Eas- tern Kentucky University Mrs. Joan L. Henderson — Social Studies; A.A. Ste- phens College, B.A. Butler University Miss Louise Hibbard — English; lA.S., Ed.S. Indiana University Mrs. Jennie Howe — Mathematics; A.B., B.S. Butter University, M.A. Indiana University Mr. Terrell G. Hudson — Social Studies: B.S. Hanover College, M.S. Butler University Mr. Tom Hulvershorn — Mathematics; B.S. Indiana State University Mr. Paul T. Hutslar — Mathematics; A.B. Western Ken- tucky State College, M.A.T. Purdue University Mr. Jimmie llardi — Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Roland Inskeep — Science, Assistant Athletic Di- rector; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mrs. Cassandra Jackson — Special Education; B.S. Ball State University Mr. Robert Jeffrey — Art; B.S. Butler University. M.S. Indiana University Mrs. Mary Ann Johnson — Foreign Language. B.A. Pur- due University, M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. William R. Jones — Industrial Arts; B.S. Western Kentucky University Miss Margaret Ann Karnes — English; B.A. Purdue Uni- versity, M.S. Butler University Mrs. Carolyn M. Keith — Social Studies; B.S., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Don Kercheval — Social Studies; A.B. Indiana Uni- versity, M.S. Butler University Mr. James E. Keyt — Art; B.S. Bail State University Miss 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. Pur- due University, M.S. Indiana University Mrs. Lucille Z. Knight — English; A.B. lidiana Univers- ity, A.M. University of Pittsburg Mr. Guy C. Konkle — Science: B.S., M.S. Ball State University Mr. Richard L. Laughlin — Music; B.S.. M.S. Indiana State University ;nd V dua s — 221 Mr. Max Carmichael, foreign language lab technician, lectures to a group of students on the operation of the laboratory booths. Miss Margery Laycock — Guidance; B.S., M.A.T. In- diana University Mr. Arlan Lickliter — Science, Varsity Basketball Coach; B.S. Hanover, M.S. Butler University, NSF Univer- sity of Colorado Mr. William H. Lord — English, Technical Theater; B.A. University of Evansville, M.A. Northwestern Uni- versity Mr. John W. Main — Science; B.S. Ball State University Mr. Phillip M. Mann — Chairman, Industrial Education Department; B.S. Stout University, M.A. Ball State University Mrs. Harriet Marple — Foreign Language; M.S. Butler University Mr. Don Martin — Chairman, Music Department; B.M., M.M. Butler University Mrs. Francile McClure — English; B.A. DePauw Mrs. June McCoun — Foreign Language; A.B. Indiana University Mrs. Grace W. McGaughey — Librarian; A.B., M.L.S. University of Kentucky Mr. J. Stephen Mclntyre — Mathematics; A.B. Franklin College, M.S. Ed. University of Toledo Mr. Richard Brooks Meek — Social Studies; B.A. In- diana University, M.S. Butler University 222 — Individuals Mr. Frank Melson — English; B.S. Butler University, M.S. Indiana University Miss Kathryn A. Merkel — Foreign Language; A.B. In- diana Central College, M. A. T. " Indiana University Mrs. Jean Merritt — English; A.A. William Woods Col- lege, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Keith E. Mohr — Physics; A.B. Manchester College, M.S. Purdue University Mr. James Monroe — Science; B.S. Purdue University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Martin J. Moore — Social Studies; B.A. DePauv University, M.A. Butler University Mr. Phil Moore — Guidance; B.S., M.A. Ball State Uni- versity Mrs. Alice L. Morgan — Libr ary; B.S. Indiana University Mr. Samuel Morris — Business Education; B.S., M.S. State University of New York Mrs. Ina W. Muller — Physical Education; B.S. Indiana University Mr. David Muse — Business Education; B.S., M.S. In- diana State University Mrs. Virginia M. Nead — Home Economics; B.S. Purdue University, M.A. McCormick Seminary Mrs. Connie Nelson — English; B.A. Luther College, M.A. Purdue University Mr. Claude Newton — Industrial Arts; B.S. Lincoln Uni- versity of Missouri, M.A. Western Kentucky Uni- versity Mr. Terry Ogle — Health, Physical Education- B.S In- diana State University Mrs. Mary B. O ' Haver — English; B.S. Butler University M.A. Ball State University Mr. Gary Olin — Mathematics; B.S. Purdue University Mrs. Susan P. Overman — Foreign Language; A.B. In- diana University Mr. George Pappas — Social Studies, Assistant Football Coach; B.S., M.S. Purdue University Mr. Kenneth D. Patton — Guidance; B.A. Muskingum, M.S. Butler University Mr. Richard H. Payne — Library; A.B. Central Normal College, M.A.T. Indiana University Mrs. Susan C. Pearson — English; B.S. Indiana Uni- versity Mrs. Barbara Ann Pence — English; A.B. Earlham Col- lege Mr. William J. Phares — Science; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Miss Roleen Pickard — Business Education: M.S. In- diana State University Miss Barbara Pond — Physical Education; B.S. Indiana University Mr. Robert Prettyman — Chairman, Science Depart- ment; A.B. Butler University, M.S. Colorado Uni- versity Mrs. Roberta M. Price — Foreign Language: B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University Individusis — 223 Mrs. Mary Jo Pride — English; B.A., M.S. Butler Uni- versity Mrs. Delores A. Pugh — Special Education; B.S. Indi- ana State University, M.S. Butler University Miss Patricia Pulsifer — English; A.B., A.M. Indiana University, M.A. Wayne State University Miss Nancy S. Ray — English; B.A. Illinois College Mrs. Evelyn Rhamy — English; B.A., M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Samuel D. Rhinesmith — Director of Bands; B.S. Music Education West Chester State College, M.M. Butler University Mr. Wilbur F. Richards — Guidance Director; B.S. Cen- tral Normal College, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Charles E. Riley — Physical Education; B. S. Indi- ana University, M.S. Butler University Mr. Marvin O. Ross — Mathematics; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University Mr. Charles E. Russell — Science; A.B. Butler Univers- ity, A.M. Indiana University Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Salmon — English; A.B. Earlham College, M.S. Purdue University Mr. Mark J. Schaaf — Foreign Language; B.S., M.S. Indiana University Able faculty enriches curriculum Mr. Jack Schiffli — Mathematics; A.B. University of Kentucky, M.S. Indiana University Mr. Glenn Schmucker — Science; B.S. Manchester Col- lege, M.A.T. Indiana University Mr. Dale F. Schultz — Industrial Arts; B.S., M.S. Ball State University Mr. Robert K. Seigel — English; B.S. Purdue University, M.A, Butler University Mr. Tom G. Seward — Art; B.A. Franklin College, M.A. John Herron Art Institute of Indiana University Mr. George E. Sharp — Mathematics; B.S. Oakland City College, M.S. Indiana University, M.A. University of Michigan Mr. John N. Shirley — English, Tennis Coach; B.S. But- ler University, M.B.A., M.S. University of Southern California Mrs. Roberta F. Simmons — Fine Arts; B.A. Ball State University Mrs. Patricia K. Slama — Health and Physical Educa- tion; B.S. Ball State University Mrs. Mary J. Spoon — Mathematics; A.B., M.A. Indiana University Miss Edra P. Staffieri — Foreign Language; B.A. Penn- sylvania State University, M.A. Middlebury College Mr. Aronld Stahl — Guidance; B.S. Western Illinois Uni- versity, M.S. University of Illinois 22A — nd viduals Mr. John R. Staver — Science; B.S. Indiana Universit Mrs- Joy W. Stemmetz — English; A.B. Butler University Mr. Loren Stephens — Science; B.S., M.S. Indiana State University; Ed. S. Indiana University Mrs. Betty J. Stokesberry — A.B. Butler University; M.A. Texas Christian University Mrs. Nancy Ann Stolte — Business; B.S. Florida Atlantic University Mr. Keith Stroup — Athletic Director; B.S. Indiana State University; M.S. Ball State University Mr. H. Norman Taylor — Chairman, Social Studies De- partment; A.B., M.A. State University of Iowa Mr. Thomas E. Taylor — English; B.S., M.S. Butler Uni- versity Mrs. Beatrice Thomas — Music; B.S., M.A. Ball State University Mrs. Doris Thompson — Guidance; B.S. Purdue Uni- versity; M.S. Butler University Mr. Jack D. Walter — Business Education; B.S. In- diana State University; M.S. Butler University Mr. Robert L. Watson — Science; B.S. Ball State Uni- versity; M.S. Butler University Mr. Byron E. Weaver — Health Education; B.S. Purdue University; M.S. Indiana University; M.A. Butler University Mr. Allan R. Weinheimer — Mathematics: B.S.. M.S. Purdue University Mr. John W. Wendling — Foreign Language; B.S., M.S. Purdue University Miss Kathy A. White — Business Education; COE Co- ordinator; B.S. Ball State University; M.S. Indiana University Mrs. Kathleen Wiethoff — Foreign Language: A.B. In- diana University Major Charles R. Wilhelm — National Defense Cadet Corps; B.S. Manchester College: M.A.T. Indiana University Miss Ann Wilhoite — Mathematics: A.B. DePauw Uni- versity; M.S. Indiana University Mr. Naverne Wille — Social Studies; B.S., M.S. Indiana University Mrs. Helen E. Wingfield — English: A.B.. M.S. Indiana University Mr. G. L. Woodruff — Practical Arts: B.S. Indiana State University; M.S. Butler University Mrs. Virginia C. Wright — Guidance; A.B., M.S. Butler University Mr. Kenneth Zimmer — Practical Arts; B.S. Purdue University Faculty Not Pictured: Mr. Don Goacher — Foreign Language Mrs. Ruth Lewis — Art Miss Sharon K. Provart — English Individuais — 225 ABOVE LEFT: Custodian Wendell Ringer and head custodian James Kendell keep the facilities running smoothly. Below Left: Sophie Smith, manager Bertha Boffo, and Kathryn Sickbert plan meals and supervise kitchen work. Above Right: Officers Swegman and Froelich discuss the problems of traffic control. Middle Right: School nurse Mrs. Mary Martin administers medication to an ill Centralite. Below Right: Matron Alice Shields assists the custodians by clean- ing restrooms. 226 — Individuals k n Staff necessary part of N-C. students seldom realize the amount of y ork that goes on " behind the scenes " at N.C. The custodial staff, under the direction of Jim Kendall, kept the school in workable condition. Satisfying the appetites of 3,700 Centralites, as well as preparing food for banquets, was the job of the cafeteria, managed by Mrs. Boffo. The library started the year with the addition of 3.300 new books. It was a haven for those needing a quiet place to work, and for those looking for a good book during their study hall. TOP LEFT: Mrs. Anita Thompson and Mrs. Pam Gilbert, library secretaries, per- form many duties to keep the library running smoothly. Left: Mrs. Helen Hunter and Mrs. Annabel Rusch, para-professionals, handle library paper%vork. Above: Mrs. Marguerite Farkas, bookstore manager, and treasurer Mrs. Geneva Kennedy solve the many problems they encounter in their jobs. Individuals — 227 St m , ' ■ ' w - f ? ' . r ■ : ' .r . The individual Entering Nortin Central ready to accept new challenges Learning to accept the unchangeable And trying to better the flexible Ending three years of hard work and happy times Beginning on another journey of new and different challenges But always being a part of the union of individuals at North Central. ■ ' ff ' ' iif QMMM fwM(: Select from the finest in men ' s and boy ' s fashions. Man ' s World 1300 East 86th Street 846-3013 Saleslady arid Barry Heller FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE . . . And just what you need to keep going, drop in at Sering ' s. 9ering Marathon 8535 Westfield Blvd. 255-0952 FOR THE LATEST IN WIGS . . . From the ever so popular falls to the shorter fashions such as the " Dutch Boy " . 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Noblesville, Indiana 849-0840 Ms— 247 L A 1 l wf r f Always Good Eating SlarkeWetzel 248 — Ads w9 Index TEACHERS— 218 SENIORS— 132-3 JUNIORS— 178 SOPHOMORES — 194 Abbott, Leslie — 123 Acheson, Janet — 48 Adams, Sandra — 95 Ader, Sue — 174,175 Adjieff, George — 62 Agnew, Douglas — 60 Ahrens, Deba — 107 Aikman, Randy — 88,107 Alboher, Rita— 174,31 Alexander, Arthur — 107 Alexander, Jill — 46 Alig, Christy — 46,95 Allen, Kathy — 119 Allison, Amy — 44 Alter, Richard — 67 Anderson, James — 62 Anderson, Julie — 17 Anderson, Jon — 75 Arbuckle, John — 94 Arfman, Dale — 131 Arnold, Mel — 68 Arney, Diane — 107 ASSISTANTS— 116-119 Astbury, Daniel — 85 Atlas Supermarket — 231 Avery, Scott — 45,107,241 Ayer, Melanie — 46 Ayers, Tim — 55,131 B TEACHERS— 218-19 SENIORS— 133-37 JUNIORS— 178-9 SOPHOMORES— 194-5 Bachmann, Carol Ann — 44 Bailey, Jennifer — 48,175 Bair, Gregory — 66,68 Baker, Kathy — 46,107 Baker, Mellisa — 107,119 Baldwin, Steve — 107 Ball, Steven— 64,65,107,234 Barclay, Paula — 95 Barker, Robert — 82,83,107 Barlowe, Debra — 95 Barnes, Gary — 88,94,97,107 Barrett, Mary Jo — 96,107,189 Bartlett, James — 107 BATON CORPS— 115 Batesole, Karen — 48,111 Batten, Brenda — 104,108,119 Bauer, David Eric — 103,236 Baugh, Leslie — 44 Baughman, Cindy — 47 Baughman, Debra — 48 Baumeister, Brad — 121,120 Baxter, Melinda — 119 Baxter, Richard — 62 Bayless, Kristie — 48 Beal, Nancy — 48,119 Bearss, John — 71 Batty, Scott — 95 Beatty, Tim — 81 Becker, Elyse — 46 Becker, Larry — 175 Becker, Sally — 96 Behrendt, Mark — 104,107,96,97,131 Behrmann, Susan — 48 Bellard, Kim — 64 Bellard, Scott — 45 Belles, Brian — 107 Bellish, Deborah— 103,249,258 Belschwender, Joan — 116 Belt, Greg— 60,117 Benjamin, Aaron — 64,72 Bennet, Bryce — 71 Bennet, Gerald — 75 Bennett, Sandra — 119 Benrubi, Esther — 95 Ber) ' s Island — 234 Berg, David — 107 Bernstein, Shelley — 231 Best, Amy — 259 Bethel, James — 108,177 Bevins, Cheryl — 95 Bevins, Valerie — 118 Bibler, Pam — 109 Bill, Louis — 48,120 Black, David — 60,80,95 Black, Paul — 44 Blackburn, Lara — 97,111 Blackburn, Mary — 46 Blanchard, Betsy — 175 Blakley, Benjamin — 75 Blickman, Mike — 94,107,97 Blomberg, Karen — 116 Boeldt, Bonnie — 97,86 Boje, Brian — 62 Bolin, Michael — 57 Bonnette, Steven — 72 Borman, Robert — 45,107 Boruff, Shelia — 46 Bourdon, Mary — 48 Boyd, Brad— 107,111,52 Boyer, Judy — 95 Boyer, Patti — 123 Boyle, Jerry — 120 Bradford, Paul — 62 Braitman, Alex — 97 Bregger, Michael — 107,97,131 Breisacher, Lee — 107 Boemner, James — 67,68 Brewster, Todd — 96,130,241 Brolin, Betsy — 95 Brown, Debbie Jo — 95 Brown, Judy — 174 Brown, Marcia — 116 Bruenger, Carroll — 111,131 Brummer, Suzanne — 175 Bruno, Charles — 102 Bryant, Michael — 95,259 Buckner, Leonard — 122 Bud Gates Toyota Town — 244 Burch, Beth — 107 Burd, Joy — 48 Burge, James — 62 Burge, Bill — 60 Burger, Rebecca — 111 Burgess, Stephen — 196 Burgy, Marcia — 241 Burns, Barbara — 94,236 Bursky, Jan — 20,44,96,111 Bursky, Marlene— 46 Butz, Barb — 122 TEACHERS — 219 SENIORS— 137-140 JUNIORS — 179-80 SOPHOMORES— 195-6 Calderon, Paulette — 111 Calhoun, Mildred — 118 Cameron, Hugh — 121 Cameron, Marsha — 46 Cameron, Stanley — 39 Campbell, Bonita — 95 Campbell, Jeffrey — 75 Campbell, Sally — 44,49,97 Cannon, Larry l03,107 Cantor, Louis — 68 Capehart, Caroline — 107 Capron, Judy — 46 Carl, Cindy — 48,175 Carey, Leslie — 45 Carlin, Sherri — 45 Carlino, Margaret — 47,95 Carmichael, Richard — 64,77,72 Carmin, Mike — 120 Cerulli Barber Shop — 231 Chadwick, Jeff — 81 Chapman, Shanna — 48 Chernoff, Barbara — 48 Chevalier, Karen — 97,131 Christea, Lynn— 94,184,216,209,258 Christy, John — 62 Chumley, Michael — 45 Clark, Deborah — 119 Clark, John — 62 Clark, George — 85 Clark, Linda — 48 Clark, Robert — 55 Clay, Barbara — 45,95,119 Claypool, Julie — 111,130 Clifford, Terry — 60 Cofield, Anne — 46,175 Colglazier, Rick — 60,80 Collins, Linda — 95,107 Collins, Robert — 172 Connor, Thomas— 82,88,91,107,131,234 Conrad, Loren — 44 Conrad, Rebecca — 46 Cook, Jody — 97 Cooper, Randy — 116,122 Cooper, William — 120 Copenhaver, Mark — 75,111 Coraz, Fred — 71 Coraz, Gerald — 71 Corey, Jamie — 44 Cornelius, Mark — 45 Corwin, Hal — 97 Cotton, Steve — 121 Covey, Robert A Cowser, Larry — 77 Cox, Ken— 33,71,94,97 Crabb, David— 67,97,106,108,111,130 Crabb, Daniel — 62 Grain, Dianna — 46 Grays, Carol — 97 Crim, Gregory — 120 Crowe, Linda — 86,175 Cunningham, CImton — 68 Curry, Douglas- 0 Curry, Richard — 60 Curry, Robert — 120 Curtis, David — 104 Cutsinger, Candace — 28 D TEACHERS — 219 SENIORS— 140-142 JUNIORS — 180-81 SOPHOMORES— 196-97 Dalton, Norman — 121 Dapra, Diane — 48 Davis, Maxie — 95 Davis, Jerry — 72,74,116 Davis, Vickl — 102,259 Davis, William — 71 Davidson, Keeter — 46 Day, Deborah — 122 Day, Bill— 75 Deal, Cathy — 45 Deck, Pam — 46,116,175 Deeb, Dawn — 95 Deel, Cindy — 131 Deep Rock Oil Co. — 244 Degroff, Robert — -184 Degroff, Todd — 96 Demasie, Mark — 107 De Myer, David — 85 Deppe, Paul — 124 De Roo, Linda — 107 De Roo, Mark — 64 Detmer, Greg — 237 Detmer, Jacquelyn — 97,130 Detrich, Tom — 96 De Valeria, David — 64 DeVoe, Anne — 46,97,234 Diamond, Arni — 45 Dice, Patty — 48 Dicky, Sheri — 105 Dickinson, Cheryl — 46 Diehl, Kathy— 236 Disher, Catherine — 107,121 Disher, Douglas — 124 Dixon, Juli — 233 Dixon, Marcia — 95 Dobbs, Terry — 107,116 Dock, Elaine — 96 Donnell, Constance — 48 Don Thomberry Steak House Doran, Heather — 46 Dorothy ' s — 242 Douthitt, Lisa — 28,94,97 Dresbach, George — 175,75 Druker, Valerie — 130 Dunkel, Karen — 107 Dwyer, Dru — 130 Dyar, Richard — 67 Dygard, Thomas — 60 Dyke, Daniel — 64 TEACHERS— 220 SENIORS— 142,143 JUNIORS— 181 SOPHOMORES— 197 Eadie, Brian — 62 Earle, Ralph— 107,97 Easley, Mark — 95 Eaton, Jane — 47 Eaton, Pequita — 95 Eckhart, Brent — 95,107,68 Edgerton, Robert — 80,107 Ehret, David — 57 Eiche, James — 176,111 Eid, Mikel— 60 Elam, Jeffrey — 71 Elbert, Cozetta — 44,122 Elliott, Becki— 97,107 Elliott, Paula — 48,115 Engineering Models Corp. — 246 England, Gary — 62,75 English, Daniel — 68,69,131 English, Warren — 67 Enkema, Wendy — 48,49,119 Epstein, Mark — 107 Etherington, Nancy — 178 Ezell, Colletta— 107 TEACHERS — 220 SENIORS — 143,144,145 JUNIORS— 181,182 SOPHOMORES— 197,198 Fansler, Katherine — 46,49 Fant, Kevin — 44 Farmer, Kenneth — 94 Farris, Howard — 107 Fasola, Robert — 60,61 Fehsenfeld, Debra — 107 Fenstermaker, David — 71 Ferguson, Debra — 96,111 Fiedoral, Jill — 46 Fielman, Frank — 75 Fink, Kimbra — 116 Fink, Elaine — 96,97 Finneran, Thomas — 85 Fischer, Karen — 119 Fisher, Lee Ann — 96 Fischer, Steven — 106 Fisher, Arthur — 85 Fishman, Randall— 107,97,91,68 Fleck, Pamela — 94,111 Fleenor, Suzanne — 95,48 Fogle, Caryn — 106 Fogle, Donald — 96 Fogle, Martin — 24,55 Fog e ' s Gentiemen ' s Quarters — 241 Forbes, Robin — 44 Foreste, Kimberly — 48 Foster, Ellen — 97,130,111 Fowler, David — 111 Fowler, Alvin — 60,95,72 Franklin, Nancy — 175,259 Frankovitz, Mariana — 47 Frattini, Jeannine — 236 Frayer, Nancy — 119 Free, Kathleen— 243 Freeman, Amy — 20,44,96,111 Freeze, Julie — 97 Freeze, Robert — 62 Freijofer, Fred — 107 Frelge, Elaine — 46,96,175,176,111 Frey, Jeanne — 47,111 Freyer, Richard — 75 Freyn, Cynthia — 119 Fritsch, Stephen — 117 Fritz, Marcia — 47 Fritz, Susan — 44,107 Fuller, John — 236 Fuller Gina — 47 Fulmer, Fred — 60 6 TEACHERS — 220 SENIORS— 145,146,147 JUNIORS— 182 SOPHOMORES— 198,199 Gale, Deborah — 48 Gallion, Susan — 95 Gangstad, Nancy — 95 Garbrecht, Mary Lee — 119 Garman, Andrew — 45,97,131 Garriott, Kenneth — 72 Garrison. Susan — 48 Gasper, Debra — 46 Gates, Doyle — 60 Gauchat, Robert — 259 Gemmer. Charles — 64,77.191 George, Barbara — 104 George, Michael — 81,88,107 Gerber, Michael — 45 Geringer, Laura — 45.175 German Club — 108 Gerson, Jeffrey — 200 Gibson, Pamela — 126 Gibson. Robert — 94.103.104.105.97 Gibson, Samuel — 120 Gibson, Tom — 62,67 Gillies, Sharon — 47 Gillis, Donna — 46 Giltner, Natalie — 28,44 Glass, Kenneth — 44 Glassmeyer, Laura — 233 Goodman ' s Shoes — 237 Goldstein, David — 45 Goldstein, Mark — 35,179 Goldstein, Sam — 96 Goodbar. Carol — 175 Gornes, Paulette — 48 Goshert, Alan — 121,120 Goss, Donna — 117 Grable, Mark — 121 Graven, Dianne — 95,115 Graven, Jeannette — 48 Gray, Douglas — 55 Gray, Michael — 121 Green. Kent — 120 Green, Samuel — 259 Green, Thomas — 67 Gregory, Yvonne — 48 Greve, Fred — 125,130 Gueutal. Hal — 95 Guinnup, David — 97,130,131 Guy Joseph — 95.75 H TEACHERS— 220,221 SENIORS— 147,148,149 JUNIORS— 182,183 SOPHOMORES— 199 Habegger, Richard — 175 Habig, Frank— 95,72 Haggard, Gordon — 35 Hall, Jerry— 71 Hale, Roger — 121 Hall, Ronald— 80,94,97 Hall, Victor— 62 Hamaker, Bruce — 71,259 Hamilton, Dale — 177 Hammond, Charles — 95 Hancock, Jeri — 46 Handy Hardware — 233 Handziak, Peggy — 97 Hapak, Susan— 48 Harding, Scott — 62 Harker, Joni — 115 Harper, Jeffrey — 95 Harper, Jill — 46 Harrington, J. W. — 71 Harrington, Ward — 175 Harris, Celeste — 124 Harris, Mitchell — 62 Hart, John— 77,72 Hastings, Ruth — 115 Hayes, Robert — 62 Hedrick, Nancy — 46 Heiliger, David — 18,88,97,234 Heilman, Randall — 107 Heller, Barry — 94,96,97,230,237 Helms, John — 64,77,234,131 Henderson, Linda— 97,236 Hene, Lois — 107 Herman, Nancy — 174 Herman, Julie — 48 Hershberger, Jane — 118 Herschel ' s West and Shoes — 241 Hershey, Lou — 116,115 Hiatt, David — 71 Hickel, Scott — 177,111 Hieser, Mark — 71 Higgs, Donald — 45,95,48 Highland Laundromat — 236 Hiland, Sue — 47 Hixon, Jeffrey — 72 Hoehn, Elizabeth — 107 Holdgrafer, James — 27 Holloway, Kevin — 60,91,131 Ho y Hock Hill— 234 Holt, Christopher — 71 Hood, Michael — 62 Hoos er Air Sales Service — 247 Hoover, Wiley — 95 Hopkins, Lynn— 237 North, Karen— 111,119 Houck, Julie — 46 Hovey, Brian — 55 Hovi ald, Larry — 75 Howald, Linda — 45 Howard, James — 80,131 Huber, Michael — 62,67 Huffman, Deborah — 28 Huffman, Gary — 81,174 Hughes, Bonnie — 107 Hughes, Cynthia — 236 Hughes, Nancy — 97 Hughey, Larry — 109 Hunt, Robert — 175,71 Hunter, Jeffrey— 94,130,111 Hurst, Vera— 111 Hutchinson, George — 60 TEACHERS— 221 SENIORS— 149,150 JUNIORS— 183 SOPHOMORES— 199,200 lauco, Dianne — 177 lauco, Marienne — 177 Irwin, Diane — 119 Irwin, Roy — 60,81,116 J TEACHERS— 221 SENIORS— 150 JUNIORS— 183 SOPHOMORES— 200 Jackson, Charles — 62 Jacobs, Lawrence — 71 James, Daniel — 96 Jamisen, Earline — 48 Jenkins, Ann — 46,175 Johnson, C. — 55,116 Johnson, Judy — 48 Johnson, Robert — 55 Johnston, Susan — 102,107,259 Jones, Brenda — 175 Jones, Jack — 121 Jones, Jill- 119 Jones, Kimberly — 96 Jontz, Mary Lee — 95,103,259 Jorman, Dominic — 37,60 Joseph, Jackiel — 107 Joslin, Paul — 48 Judkins, Cheryl — 45 Julian, Anne — 107 Justak, Marta — 96 K TEACHERS— 221 SENIORS— 150,151,152 JUNIORS— 184 SOPHOMORES— 200,201 Kahn, James— 95,96,97,259 Kahn, Patsy— 107 Kalleen, Sheryl — 46 Kane, Debbra — 195 Kappes, Mark — 259 Kappes, Philip— 107,233 Kasle, Michael — 119 Kasle, Wendy — 107 Kauffman, Susan — 97,115 Kautzman, Richard — 81,95 Kaylor, Penny — 107 Keene, Alice — 46 Kelly, Robert — 80 Kelso, Kathy — 47,122 Kendall, Paula — 46,236 Kennedy, Matthew — 175 Kennedy, Tamara — 46 Kennedy, Thomas — 88,107,130 Kern, Scott — 107 Ketterman, John — 45 KEY CLUB— 106 Kiely, Colleen— 104 King, Sandra — 119 King, Stephen — 60 Kinsey, Madalyn — 55 Kirkpatrick, Patricia — 265 Kirtley, Jane — 28,103,97 Kiser, Laurel — 48 Kiser, Terry— 103,105,97 Kitterman, Marsha — 107 Kleffman, Sharon — 107 Knight, Rexann — 107 Knight, Teresa — 107 Koch, Eric — 60,116 Kocher, Kevin — 62,75 Kochier, Scott — 62,75 Koehler, Kelly — 119 Koerten, Marjorie — 12,44,94,97 Koschmann, Janet — 97,86 Kraay, IVIartha — 96 Krahn, Karen — 45 Kremer, Rachel — 46 Kreusser, Carol — 45 Kriegbaum, Cynthia — 97,115 Krieger, Sara — 46 Krise, Kathryn — 95,116,119 Krueger, Rebecca — 45 Krueger, Thomas — 62 Krugman, Deborah — 48,107 Kuhn, Theodore — 130,107 Kuhns, Vicki — 240 Kunz, Susan — 95,119 TEACHERS — 221,222 SENIORS— 152,153,154 JUNIORS— 184 SOPHOMORES— 201 Ladd, Sherie — 175 Laflin, Craig — 42,102 Lambert, Gregory — 60,81 Lancet, Carolyn — 97,130,111 Landers, David — 96,97,130,106 Lane, Phillip — 107 Lankford, Arbie — 95,75 Lanham, Michael — 64,97,131 Lantz, Janice — 45 Lash, William — 44,231 LATIN CLUB— 108 Lawall, Barbara — 46,104,259 Lawall, Sara — 46,97 Laycock, Daniel — 62 Lea, Michael — 71 Lecocq, Gary — 88,94,107,240 Leggett, Lawrence — 107 Leimbach, Michael — 71 Lempke, Martha — 97,130 Lennon, Bradley — 62 Leschot, Deborah — 126 Lesh, Perry — 55 LETTERMEN ' S PAGE— 87 Leventhal, Sheryl — 95 Levine, Steven — 96 Levy, Jay — 45 Lewis, Robert — 60 Lewis, Sherry — 115 Lickliter, Marc — 64,65,91 Liebrich, Sharon — 97,111 Light, Andrew — 62 Light, Carol— 106,115,111 Liming, Rebecca — 46 Lincoln, Scott — 45 Linn, Sue — 95 Lloyd, Kevin — 116 LOCKETS— 107 Long, Bruce — 55,64 Louden, Andrew — 62 Luginbill, Robert — 60,94,81 Lunsford, Stuart — 62 Lynn, Carol — 45 Lyons, Cynthia — 119 Lyons, Sandra — 45,116,119,175 Lyons, Valerie — 48 M TEACHERS— 222,223 SENIORS— 154-159 JUNIORS— 184,185,186 SOPHOMORES — 201,202,203 Madawick, James — 75 Maethner, Caria — 119 Mahan, Carol — 104,131 Mahoney, John — 85 Mann, Teresa — 119 Manning James — 122 Man ' s World — 230 Marasigan, Fernando — 107 Marbaker, Katherine — 46 Marr, Daniel — 60 Marrs, Krystal — 45 Martin, Kathleen — 43 Martin, Vickie — 107 Martindill, William — 116,75 Martz, Leslie — 37,122 Masker, Patricia — 117 Mason, Jeffrey — 62 Masselink, Mike — 95 Mathioudakis, Beth — 46 Mathioudakis, Miki — 46 Matlock, Mary — 48 Matson, Paul — 64,72,77 Mathews, Barbara — 48,86,115 Matney, Anne — 48 Maurer, Marilyn — 97 Maxwell, Monita — 48 Maxon, Ruth — 44 Mayfield, Orlando — 90,60,62 McAloon, James — 75 McClain, Sally — 174 McConnell, Ann — 46 McConnell, Kathrin — 97 McConville, Jane — 230 McCord, Dianne — 97 McCracken, Kevin — 122 McDonald, Bruce — 45 McGee, Kavern — 71 McGinnis, Richard — 12,96,97,111,130 McGoff, Terrance — 75 McGrath, Barbara — 115 McGrath, Timothy — 122 McGriff, Amy — 95,48 McKasson, Kevin — 62,95 McKinney, Brian — 55 McKinney, Nora — 96 McMaster, Michael — 45 McQuistion, Carol — 46 McSoley, Thomas — 60 Merrell, Deborah — 48 Messerlie, Margaret — 46,119,175 Messinger, Rose — 48 Metzger, Abigail — 95 Metzger, Wendy — 45 Meyer, Barbara — 18,123,244 Meyer, John — 107,131 Meyer, Joyce — 46 Middlemas, Donal — 45 Milender, Mark — 60,81 Miles, James — 120 Miles, Mark — 80,94,107,234 Miller, Scott — 64,107 Miller, Christy — 46 Miller, Cynthia — 107 Miller, Mark — 77 Miller, Marsha — 123 Miller, Reid — 45,95,75 Miller, Thomas — 75 Mills, Beverly — 183 Mills, Donald — 64,65 Mills, Jennifer — 30,94,97,130 Miner, Jean — 30,97 Miner, Susan — 259 Minx, Martha — 115 Minx, Paul — 103,104,105 Mitchell, Bonnie — 119 Mitchell, Marilyn — 46,95 Mitchell, William — 60 Montgomery, Susan — 97 Moore, Joseph — 60,61,63,81,68 Moore, Judith — 97,131 Moore, Susan — 46 Morgan, David — 96 Morgan, Susan — 175 Morris, Jonathan — 39,55 Mortin, Allison — 46 Moss, Bennett — 75 Moss, Susan — 46 Moyer, Richard — 106,71 Munro, Judith — 46 Murdock, Susan — 116,119,86 Murphy, Leigh — 67 Murray, Shelburn — 95,119 N TEACHERS — 223 SENIORS — 159 JUNIORS — 136 SOPHOMORES — 203 NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS — 131 NATIONAL FORENSICS LEAGUE— 95 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — 97 Neal, Steven — 45 Neff, John — 45,62 Neff, Laurie — 174 Neff, Virginia — 45,97 Nelson, David — 60,72 Nemes, Lev is — 94 Nessler, Gina — 34 Neumier, Stephen — 55 Newsioto Yearbooks — 239 Newton, Bradford — 72,74 Nibbs, Sharon — 120 Nichols, Carolyn — 175 Nichols, Gregory — 107,96 Nicholson, Anthony — 55 Nickel, Ann — 103,239,258 Niesse, Barbara — 46 Nigh, Brett — 75 Nora Music Center — 233 Nora Apothecary — 238 Nora Bowl — 241 NORTHERN LIGHTS — 104,241 Norton, Mary — 96 Novick, Keith — 95,107 TEACHERS — 223 SENIORS — 159,160 JUNIORS — 186 SOPHOMORES — 203 Oblinger, Jane — 48,49 Obrien, Mark — 45 Obrien, Mark — 45 Oconnor, Micael — 122 Odell, Diane — 115 Odell, Michael — 94 Off, Carl — 96 Ogborn, Sabrina — 124 Ogle, Sharon — 123 Ogle, Lily — 48 Ogden, Kurt — 111,152 Ohison, James — 60,116 Olson, Robert — 45 Omahoney, Neil — 71 Ottilie, David — 45 Osborne, Carol — 47 Overman, Mark — 88,107 TEACHERS— 223,224 SENIORS— 160,161,162 JUNIORS— 186,187 SOPHOMORES — 203,204 Palmer, Conald — 85,174,72 Pappas, Steven — 77,120 Parr, Randall — 67 Parrett, Patricia — 175,187,119 Parker, Larry — 62 Parham, Tina — 48 Parrish, Robert — 60.77,78.116 Passo, Michael — 95 Patterson, Howard — 67.76,77.116.68 Patterson, Mark — 44 Paustian, Marcia — 49 Pearce, James — 33,77,107 Pearce, Mary Ann — 103,97,239 Pearcy, Thomas — 45,88 Peck, Karen — 48 Peck, Thomas — 259 Peet, Debra — 47 Penny. Kurt — 97 Perkins, Ben — 107 Perlstein, Mark — 175,68,69 Perry, Bette — 107,243 Perry, Douglas — 71 Peterson, Diane — 95 Peterson, Robert — 83 Peterson, Paul — 95 Petticrew, Paul — 85 Phillips, Nan — 233 Photo Reflex Studio — 237 Pierce, Julie — 45 Pike, Donna — 95,119,86 Pinckney, Darryl — 94,130 Ping, Rebecca — 46 Pinner, Kevin — 94 Pioch, Gwendolyn — 48 Planned Investment Co. — 237 Porter, Wade — 45,60 Potter, Stephen — 64,77,79 Powell, Dena — 115 Powell, Krisandra — 96 Powers, Mary — 48 Pratt, Canie! — 80 Pratt, Jeffrey — 44 Pratt, Mary — 97,126 Pratt, Steve — 64,77,116 Pratt, Steve — 175 Price, Jo Anna — 46 Pritchard, Nancy — 116,119 Pryor, Carolyn— 47 Pryor, Cathy — 45 Punches, Steven — 107 R TEACHERS— 224 SENIORS — 162,163,164 JUNIORS — 187,188 SOPHOMORES — 204,205 R.C.A. — 209 Raab, Victoria — 107 Raab. Kathryn — 103,259,107 Raber, John — 33,97,130,111 Raley, Daniel — 34,35,179 Ramaker, Tamera — 111 Rappaport, Steven — 122 Rappaport, Stephen — 107 Ratliff, David — 116 Ratliff, Richard — 94,96,97 Ray, William — 94,91 Radio Corporation of America — 251 Redish, Martin — 64,77,95 Reed, Clay — 91 Reese, Cheryl — 102 Reiney, Kathryn — 116 Renee ' s Restaurant — 236 Reynolds, Paul — 107 Reynolds, Thomas — 85,107 Rhodes, Susan — 103,259 Richards, William — 71 Rich, Christopher — 55 Rich, Watson — 88,107 Richardson, Kathy — 47,97,130 Richardson, Michele — 107 Richardson, Susan — 48,175 Riddell, Linda — 44 Ries, Catherine — 97 Ripma, Edward — 87 Roberts, John — 44,49,94 Roberts, Paul — 259 Roberts, Thomas S. — 90,99,107,258,103 Robertson, Jeffrey — 95 Robinson, Michael — 74 Roddy, Arthur — 77,116 Roderick, St. John ' s — 240 Rogers, Carolyn — 97 Rogers, Sarah — 103,107,259 Rollings, Nancy — 116 Romine, Robin — 107 Romine, Spencer — 107 Root, Susan — 259 Rose, Susan — 111,119 Rost, Lisa — 96 Roth, Douglas — 96 Rubenstein, Steven — 12 Rudicil, Michael — 64,95 Rudy, Susan — 107,175 Russell, Les — 120 Rust, Marcia — 234 Ryan, Terence — 96 TEACHERS— 224,225 SENIORS — 164-168 JUNIORS — 188,189 SOPHOMORES— 205,206 Samper, Michelle — 123 Samuelson, Jacqueli — 46 Sanders, Harry— -48 Sawyer, Dianne — 94,237 Schaefer, Patricia — 95 Schaefer, Susan — 119 Scheele, Christine — 44,107 Schiffli, Gary — 60 Schlegel, Barbara — 95,48 Schmidt ' s Drugs — 231 Schneider, Leslie — 48 Schroeder, Dan — 120 Schroeder, John — 45 Schubert, Becky — 119 Schuchman, Donna — 45 Schuyler, Mark — 240 Schwartz, Charlene — 46,111 Schwartz, Wendy — 48,175 Scott, Steve— 102,103,239 Scott, William — 45,62,107 Scudder, Shirlene — 45,107 Scully, Kathleen— 258,259 Seagren, Laurie — 181 Sedam, Cynthia — 45 Sedburry, Cynthia — 107 Sego, Vickl — 47 Sering, Marathon — 230 Servaas, Joan — 119 Servaas, Paul — 62 Servaas, Kristine — 102,105 Sewell, Peter — 95 Shadinger, Susan — 45 Shanks, Barbara- Shanner, Robert — 97,130,131 Shapiro, Scott — 75 Sheets, Kent — 60,81,95 Shelby, Nancy — 48 Sherman, Mark — 107 Shields, Stephen — 60 Shirley, Alice — 97,111 Siebert, Randy — 45 Sigal, Irving — 71 Siggms, Sally — 47,175 Simon, Sylvia — 115 Simpson, Anthony — 75 Sinclair, Georgia— 44,107 Smart, Lisa — 48 Smith, Carol — 46 Smith, Cheryl — 115 Smith, Deborah — 47 Smith, James — 111 Smith, Nancy — 46 Smith, Polly — 95 Smith, Richard — 117 Smith, Stephanie — 107 Smock, Leslie — 49 Smoot, Randall — 94,88,107 Sohax, Susan — 46 Solotkin, Evelyn — 49 Sparrengerger, Cynt — 95 Spaulding, Susan — 115 Spencer, Nancy — 46,175 Spicklemier, John — 71 St. Angelo, Paul — 95,71 St. John, Nancy — 48,175 Stanley, Gregory — 97 Star, Louis — 95 Stark, Mona — 131 Steel, Donald — 94,237 Steele, Nancy — 119 Stein, Marc — 96 Stein, Randy — 90,71 Steinmetz, Audrey — 48 Stephenson, Luanne — 115 Stevens, Cheryl — 46 Stewart, John — 45,107,241 Stiff, David— 259 Stilwell, Fredrick — 44 Stogsdill, Julie — 45,97 Stokely, VanCamp — 235 Stone, James — 60 Stone, James — 45 stone, Timothy — 60,63,80 Stover, Richard — 64,77,178 Strater, Brian — 48 Strickland, Robert — 44 STUDENT COUNCIL— 94,95 Stump, David — 64,67 Sturman, Stephen — 107 Sullivan, Mary — 131 Sullivan, Michael — 97 Sullivan, Sylvia — 48,175 Sullivan, Wendy — 115 Summitt, Diana — 46 Swenson, Beth — 48 Swenson, Vicki — 115 Swisher, Ellen — 44,95,96 TEACHERS— 225 SENIORS— 168,169 JUNIORS— 189,190 SOPHOMORES— 206 Taggart, Rip— 85,107 Tarnow, Vicki — 107 Taylor, David— 80,237,68,115 Taylor, Jeffrey — 94 Taylor, John— 64,76,77,107,97,116 Taylor, Karia — 95 Terry, Robert — 44 Terry ' s of California — 230 Tetrick, Richard — 55 Tewksbury, Jeffrey — 62 Tewksbury, Marcia — 28,46,97,119 Thibodeau, Marcel — 75 Thomas, Daniel — 107 Thomas, Diann — 44,175 Thomas, Wedding — 240 Thompson, John — 75 Thompson, Milton — 44,60 Thompson, Paul — 60,81 Thornburg, Betsy — 46 Timmii, Tim — 64 Tirmenstein, Doug — 62 Tom Perk ns, Realtor — 233 Tower, Vicki — 116,86 Towie, Colleen — 116 Towie, Patrick — 120 Tracy, Kristi — 48 Traylor, Debbie — 116,175,119,86 Tremps, Christine — 111,131 Troupa, Debra — 97 Troupa, Mary Lou — 95 Truesdell, Keith — 75 Trusty, Margot — 46,97,130 Tuerk, James — 70,71 Turner George — 64,77,107,97 Tyner, Alva — 55,117 u SENIORS— 169 JUNIORS— 190 SOPHOMORES— 206 Uebelhoer, Gary — 94 Umemura, Catherine — 45,97,231 Umemura, Wesley — 85,71 Urgo, Gina — 111 V SENIORS— 169,170 JUNIORS— 190 SOPHOMORES — 206 Van Meter, Charles — 45,62 Van Sickle Radio Supply — 236 Vezolles, Janet — 118 Vincent, Vicki — 48 Vonfange, Janice — 44 Vonfange, Neil — 48 Von Grimmenstein — 107 Vorhies, Mark — 175,75 Voris, Susan — 46 w TEACHERS— 225 SENIORS— 170,171,172 JUNIORS— 190 SOPHOMORES— 206,207 Wagner, Martha — 97,119 Walker, Leanne — 174 Walker, Marcia — 119 Wallace, Marilou — 119 Wallisa, Susan — 46 Walls, Jeffrey— 60 Waltz, Susan — 96 Ward, James — 88 Warfield, Jill — 46 Wark, Linda — 46 Warner, Frances — 48 Warren, Gordon — 174 Watkins, David — 44 Watkins, Linda — 107,119 Watson, David — 45,95 Waugh, Howard — 95 Weakley, John — 71 Weest, Pamela — 48 Weidey, Sue — 97 Weinberg, Nancy — 259 Weiske, Renee — 175 Wesselman, Mary Ann — 48 West, David— 107,259 West, Steven — 94,103,96,97 West, Susan — 123 Westfall, Lonnie — 55 Wetterlin, Scott — 81 White, Lee Ann — 119 White, Richard— 107,130 Whitman, David — 104 Whitman, Robert — 75 Wides, Barry — 124 Wiedey, Suzanne — 106,131 Wilkerson, Warren — 62,95 Wiley, Thomas — 75 Willey, Edmond — 94 Willey, Thomas — 95 Williams, Jane — 48 Williams, Mary — 125 Williams, Sharon — 48 Willson, Deborah — 46 Wilson, Denise — 107 Wilson, Dawn — 46 Wilsted, Joseph — 75 Wohlgemuth, Edward — 95 Wolf, Douglas — 64.105 Wolf, Steven— 30,97,103,106,109,130 Wolner, Lori Ann — 95 Woodward, Barry — 71 Worley, Gwen — 47 Wray, David — 45 Wright, Carolyn — 48 Wright, Joset — 175 SENIORS — 172 JUNIORS— 191 SOPHOMORES — 207 Yates, Robin — 36 Young. Douglas — 85 Young, Robert — 91 Young, Timothy — 122 Yount, Joseph — 77 TEACHERS— 225 SENIORS — 172,173 JUNIORS— 191 SOPHOMORES — 207 Zeckel, Richard — 95 Zendell, Adrienne — 94,97 Ziegner, David — 104 Ziemelis, Vineta — 46 Ziska, Joan — 45 1971 Nor+hernef staff Editor-in-chief Lynn Christea Student life editor Mary Ann Pearce Fine arts editor Debbie Bellish Athletics editor Tom Roberts Organizations editor Ann Nickel Individuals editor Cheri Dickinson Ads editor Rick Bauer Head photographer Steve Scott PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Glenn Bass, Jeff Black, Michael Bryant, Chuck Bruno, John Fuller, Lee Green, Jerry Kelly, David Lang- ford, David Mount, John Nims, David Stiff. 9+aff assisfanis Amy Best Vikki Davis Susie Johnston Mary Lee Jontz Jim Kahn Susie Miner Kathy Raab Sue Rhodes Sarah Rogers Kathy Scully Nancy Weinberg Steve West 9econd semester assis+an+s Brenda Batten Mike Bryant Bob Gauchat Lee Green Bruce Hamaker Mark Kappes Barb Lawall Tom Peck Susie Root Paul Roberts Dave Stiff Nancy Franklin With the addition of eight pages, the 1970-71 North- erner staff experienced more headaches, bigger deadlines to meet, more pages to check and in general more chaos! Without the help of Dick Kennard, Newsfoto Year- books representative, many questions and problems would have gone unanswered. We would also like to thank Mrs. Marti Ripberger and Photo Reflex Studios for their help with senior pictures. Our appreciation for the underclassmen pictures goes to Chase Studio. In spite of all the seeming- ly monumental and impos- sible problems that came up this year, we made it. A spe- cial thanks to all of my hard working staff, without whom this year would not have been quite as memorable. And last but by no means least, we owe all our thanks to our fearless leader, Mr. John R. Cord, better known to his staff as Dor Droc, for standing by us in all our trials and tribulations. !, 1971 i 1 Nor ' themer Autographs 261 Autogmphs - x ( ; jf f7 :f ' A p A ?b 262 Autographs Autographs iFQTC san angelo, texas 26 264


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