North High School - Memory Yearbook (Columbus, OH)
- Class of 1968
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The many moods of North High, expressed in the "ways" and actions
of the students, faculty, and North High School itself. The way students
cheer at football and basketball games, the proud feeling when singing our
loyalty song, and the feeling of accomplishment at graduation. The joy of
the faculty upon our achievements and accomplishments, and the pride of
our administrative staff, always being proud of our student body and our
school. All of these things cause certain moods to be expressed, and on the
following pages we hope to show many various moods expressed by the
students, faculty and North High School.
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"North High School is rich in tra-
dition and achievement. Here can be
found limitless opportunities for
friendship, for service, for leadership,
for academic attainment, and for cha-
racter development. A full share of
these is possible to any student whose
resolution to secure it will not permit
any obstacle to interfere with the di-
rection of his Worthy purpose. Success
in this endeavor will make the indivi-
dual a good citizen of the school, and
will prepare him to meet his adult so-
cial and civic responsibilities.
We pledge our best effort to help
make the school experience of each
student profitable and happy. Very
few situations ever arise in high school
which cannot be worked out satisfac-
torily through intelligent discussion,
mutual understanding, and coopera-
The secretaries at North play a great
part in keeping the school running.
Mrs. I-Iarold's duties are typing sten-
cils, making out payroll, caring for mail,
and taking care of requisitions. Mrs. Cox
is receptionist, secretary to Mr. Fekete,
record clerk and Special Service advisor.
Among Mrs. Gavin's duties are secretary
to Mr. House, which includes answering
and making telephone calls, filling out the
monthly report on pupil enrollment, and
They are not only important to facul-
ty but also aid students with information.
The Mood For North
"It has been my pleasure to serve
you in the capacity of assistant prin-
cipal for the past two and one-half
years. Education is a wonderful
process that will open many doors
for you through life. Without it you
are lost. I challenge you to carefully
construct your educational pursuits
on the premise that this experience
will best equip you with the needed
tools to be a respected citizen for the
rest of your life. North is a fine
school. Be proud of the opportunities
it offers you."
Mr. Fekete taught world history
and coached football at West High
School for four and one-half years
before coming to North in February
of 1966. In addition to being in charge
of discipline, Mr. Fekete handles stu-
dents' schedules and is advisor to
National Honor Society.
Barbara Cox Melba Gavin Emmagene Harold
Mr. Budd's responsibilities are keeping records of each
student at North. This includes attendance, tardiness,
truancy and maintaining a record of books. He is in charge
of attendance and the bookroom and assisted by the book-
room boys and the 995104 staff.
Miss Gregg is the co-ordinator of student activities.
Throughout the year she is in charge of the public address
system, teaches a class in radio-speech, and assists the
Social and Recreational Council. Miss Gregg also spends her
time advising the many senior activities.
Mr. Woodruff, school treasurer, is assisted by the 445103
staff for jobs such as financial advisor for senior class,
keeping money for the school's clubs, selling tickets to the
games and scheduling athletic events. Mr. Woodruff also
has the responsibility of making all the arrangements for
our athletic games. He also teaches advanced bookkeeping.
Helen Bumen Anna Lentz
The counselors of North High School help prepare the sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors for the World outside of North. They
prepare the Aptitude Test, PSAT Test, National Merit Scholarship
Test, California Language Test and the Henmon-Nelson Mental
These counselors also help students with schedule problems and
advise them on what courses to take.
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For seventeen years Milton Byerly
has been a part of North High School.
He has left indelible impressions on
thousands of students and scores of
faculty. To each he has been a special
person, transforming his office by
objects of beauty, exemplifying at all
times the gracious gentleman, spicing
his conversation with glints of
humor, and enriching his counseling
with keen discernment.
All who worked with him will for-
ever remember the vitality and gaiety
of spirit that he brought to his work,
the kindly deeds for which he always
found time, the ready smile, and
His loyal interest, his perspective
vision for the tomorrow of each per-
son's life, his desire to make North
High School a home with deep roots
have distinguished him as a sincere
teacher and a true friend.
Business English, Typing
English, Social Studies
Beverly Biggers Diane Bisdorf
Office Pfactlcey Typing English, Journalism
Miss Ainsworth is from Columbus. She attended Ohio
State University where she received a B.S. degree in Educa-
tion. She was in all of the education associations there. Her
hobbies are reading, painting, cooking and sewing.
Mrs. Biggers is a native of Columbus. She taught for
one year at Springfield South High School. She was
graduated from Ohio State University with a B.S. degree
in education and enjoys all sports.
Mrs. Bisdorf, who likes reading and playing billiards, is
a native of Marion, Ohio. She is a graduate of Ohio State
University where she received a B.S. degree in education.
She was a reporter for the campus newspaper The Lantern,
and also a member of Judicial Board for Women's Govern-
ment Association. Mrs. Bisdorf is the advisor for both the
Polaris and Memory Book.
Miss Clayton came to North after teaching for twelve
years at Clinton Junior High. She was graduated from Ohio
State with a M.A. degree in education. Miss Clayton is from
Mrs. Cope is originally from near Beaver Falls, Penn-
sylvania. She attended Youngstown University and is a
graduate of Geneva College in Beaver Falls, where she
received a B.S. degree in business education. She enjoys
tennis, reading and cooking. Mrs. Cope taught in Beaver
Falls and at Linmoor Junior High before coming to North.
Howard Day Rebecca Kaufman
Typing, Sales, Business Math English, Debate
Mr. Day originally from Cincinnati, has visited Cali-
fornia and lived in Europe for five years. Mr. Day is a
graduate of Ohio State University. He taught for six years
in Detroit, Michigan and enjoys golf and tennis.
Miss Kaufman is originally from Milford Center, Ohio.
She attended Capital University where she was on the
Debate team. She received her B.A. degree from Capital and
her M.A. degree from Ohio State University. Miss Kaufman
previously taught at Johnson Park Junior High for
three years. Her hobbies are reading, horseback riding
Mrs. Ray formerly taught at Linmoor. A native of
Columbus she is a graduate of Upper Arlington High School.
During the summer Mrs. Ray teaches swimming in addition
to painting and playing bridge.
Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mr. Skinner
has traveled all over the world. He taught previously in Key
West Florida High School and in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Skinner
attended,Ohio State University where he received his B.S.
degree and an M.A. degree. He enjoys all sports but particu-
larly likes boating, fishing and photography.
Mrs. Swanson, from Peoria, Illinois, is a graduate
of Blackburn College with a B.A. degree. She came to
North from Dunlap High School in Peoria. Her favorite
sports are basketball, football and volleyball, and her hobbies
are knitting and playing the organ.
Bfxalalslillflginnett Marjorie Blair Arthur Darnbrough Earl Hickman
or 15 cry P.O.D. Current History World History
Marlin H0111 Robert Richards Walter Warren
P,O,D, American History American HiSf01'Y
North High School has always been fortu-
nate in having the very best personnel to
guide the students through the pathways of
tomorrow. In no other phase of his high
school life does a student gain more insight
into his own future than in his history
class. History is one of the most important
and most essential departments at North
Under the skilled
supervision of Miss East-
wood, art students at
North High School study
design, drawing, paint-
ing, ceramics, and por-
traiture in both begin-
ning and advanced art
Donald Dupre Judy Hoh
German, Contemporary Literature English, D1-amatics Engllsh
The English teachers of North High help to
prepare their students for any chosen career.
Students who are interested in business careers,
learn the importance of a good background in
English. College-bound students learn the impor-
tance of writing themes, and speak with ability and
poise. By the end of the year each student has helped
to shape his career for tornorrow.
During the summer, new carpeting was
installed in the library and the walls were
given a fresh coat of paint. Both have
greatly improved the appearance of North
High's library resulting in an increase of
attendance as well as an increase in the
use of library facilities.
Lucy Skaggs John Morrison
The North High music department finished another
excellent year under the direction of Mrs. Evans and
The orchestra, choir, glees, ensembles, and band have
performed at the Winter and Spring Concerts, the state-
wide contest, and, of course, many assemblies here at North.
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Sue Barnhizer Suzi Sherman
The learning of different lan-
guages, French, German, Spanish,
and Latin make up a great part
of the average pupil's school year.
The language courses at North
introduce the student to the cul-
tures of other peoples and helps
foster a better understanding of
his own language.
To help the students to speak,
read, and write fluently in the
other languages North has a lan-
guage lab, class participation,
Visual aids and foreign pen pals.
Concentration and long hours
of hard work are the signs of a
North High student on his way
to a better knowledge of the uni-
verse and its many questions.
The staff of math teachers at
North have the job of preparing
North students to meet and try to
answer some of these questions.
Jack Howarth James Kloman
Physics, Mathematics Math, Algebra
Math, Algebra, Trig
Michael Kvocka R3YIH0l1d SDGHCB
Interesting and educational hobbies are
acquired by students with the help of Mr.
Kvocka, Mr. Spence and Mr. Barnetson. The
boys who specialize in wood and metal learn
many practical skills that will help them in
their future jobs as craftsmen and handy-
men. The curriculum of the wood shop con-
sists of the use of machines and tools, and
the procedures of sanding and finishing the
final product, which the boys themselves
have built. In the metal shop the boys learn
about the use of a lathe, and the techniques
of welding and soldering.
The mechanical drawing course consists of
making drawings of perspective views of
objects or figures, and using special types of
pencils and instruments.
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Margaret Holt Isabelle Robb
Clothing Foods, Home Management
North boasts a complete home economics
department including courses in clothing, foods,
and home management. These classes teach girls
to make clothing, prepare foods, and manage
homes efficiently, and to live and learn with
Physical Education, Health
Richard Swetnam -
Basketball, speedball, football, vol-
leyball, and baseball are some of the
activities North High students par-
ticipate in under the direction of the
North High Physical Education De-
partment. The teachers that make up
this department have the duty of
trying to instill in each student the
need for a physically fit body. Also
Physical Education classes give the
student a chance to break away from
his everyday schedule.
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Physical Education, Health
Kenneth List Mary Wolfe Richard Briggs
Business Arithmetic Typing, Shorthand Distributive Education
North High's business education department is very
well organized. Consumer economics, business English,
typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice are
among those courses offered to North High students who
are interested in business education.
North's business teachers prepare students who are
planning to go into the business world.
Chemistry, physical science, biol-
ogy, electronics, and physics are the
courses offered in the field of science
under the direction of Mr. Curran,
Mr. Sparrow, Mr. Dent, and Mr.
Microscopes, and fully equipped
laboratories aid the students in gen-
eral knowledge of these subjects. The
science background attained by these
students will give them it better
understanding of their surroundings.
Thomag Dent Roger Hendl IX
Noel Curran Donald Spar 1 ow
Biology Biology, Physical Science
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Row 1: Lewis Frasch, V-Pres., Sam Price, Pres., Caroline Chow, Secy.
Row 2: Brenda Blair, Sgt. at Armsg Steve Hoover, Sgt. at Arms,
Linda Sheppard, Treas.
We entered North High, as sophomores, some-
what ignorant of the coming three years. Now we
are the "mighty" Seniors, the same Seniors who
dreamed of a diploma. We have counted the days
until graduation and moaned and groaned about the
homework and the exams.
But the unattractive activities, such as study-
ing, didn't occupy all of our time. The football games
enabled us to release the tension that built up
throughout the week. The traditional Booster Drive
appeared early in October, and as in the previous
two years, we collected funds to support our school.
The first big social event, Homecoming, came to
North, and Caroline Chow was crowned queen. Even
though it rained and we lost the game, Homecoming
was as great as ever.
With the arrival of our new auditorium seats
came the Fall Play, "The Little Foxes." Basketball
season came and we watched our Polar Bears take
the season opener from Teays Valley, 74-72. A
league game loss to Whetstone, 67-66, was avenged
when we played Whetstone again in the North End
Tournament, won the game, and thus proved North's
superiority over "that school up the river." Before
Christmas vacation, the Hi-Y and Y-Teens sponsored
dance, Orginc, was held. This year's theme was
The new year brought mid-year exams and the
Belle and Beau Prom. We danced in an "Hawaiian
Sunset" and watched Dean Barr being crowned our
1968 Beau. Perhaps the most unexpected event of
the year was the Senior Tiddlywinks Tournament.
Most of us reacted with "Are you crazy?" but we
all had fun watching those who were talented or
just plain lucky. The Senior Play, a comedy, "You
Can't Take it With You," was presented in March.
The last dance, Memory Lane, came on May 10.
That next week, our "own" Senior Day arrived,
Senior Olympics I ! I That was the beginning of the
end of our days at North. The Senior Supper came
soon after and then Baccalaureate. On June 4, at
commencement, we got our final glimpse of North
High. Leaving the ivy and the maroon and gold
behind us, We've entered into a new door, the open
door to the world of opportunity. But we never
really leave North, for we have our memories to
Class Of '68
Adams, Noranna - Y-Teens 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,35
104 Staff 2,35 Girls' Glee 1,2,35 Senior Choir 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Class Team
Cheerleader 1,25 Varsity Cheerleader 3.
Adkins, Mike - To Marietta College. Band 1,25 Senior Choir 2,3, Sgt.-at-
Arms 35 Boys' Glee 2,35 Bass Clef Club 1,25 Hi-Y 35 Booster Drive
1,2,3, Captain 3.
Albright, Roger - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Basketball Manager 1,2,35
Football Manager 1,2,35 Varsity "N" 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain
35 Student Council 3.
Anderson, Danny - To Mississippi College of Engineering. Booster Drive
2,35 Intramurals Captain 2.
Angle, Donna - To Ohio State. Band 2,35 Orchestra 35 Y-Teens 1,2,35
Spanish Club 35 Clef Club 35 Booster Drive 1,2.
Anthony, Linda - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,35 Spanish Club 35 Senior
Choir 2,35 Senior Girls' Glee 2,35 Junior Girls' Glee 15 Ensemble 35
Booster Drive 1,2.
Appleman, Donna - To Nationwide Beauty Academy. Booster Drive 2.
Baird, Linda - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35
Booster Drive 1,2,35 104 Staff 35 Spanish Club 2,35 Polaris Staff 25
Vergilian Club 2.
Baker, Dan - To Franklin University. Booster Drive 1.
David Allred Danny Anderson Donna Angle
Donna Appleman Linda Baird Don Baker
Class Of '68
Ballog, Debbie - To South Carolina University. Y-Teens 1,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35
F.T.A. 1,2,35 Seniors Girls' Glee 2,35 Senior Choir 35 105 Staff 2,35
104 Staff 3 5 Spanish Club 2,3.
Banks, Jacqueline - To Franklin University. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Red Cross 2,35
Bible Club 2,35 Betty Lamp 15 Orchestra 1,25 Booster Drive 1,2,35
105 Staff 3 5 Spanish Club 3.
Barker, John - To Capital University. Student Court 3, Judge 35 Baseball
2,35 Vergilian Club 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 25 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Barnes, Steve - To Ohio State. Block N 15 Hi-Y 1,2,35 Senior Glee 1,2,35
Junior Choir 15 Senior Choir 2,35 Ensemble 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Barnhart, Vikki - D.E.C.A. 3 5 Booster Drive 1.
Barr, Dean - Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 1,2,35 Hi-Y 2,3, President 35
Student Council 1,2,35 Varsity "N" 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Social-Rec 3 5
Buckeye Boys' State, Bookroom Staff 1,2,3.
Barton, Mary - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,35 Junior Choir 1,25
Senior Choir 35 105 Staff 2,35 104 Staff 2,35 Junior and Senior Glee
1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Bell, Sandy - To Ohio University. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,3 5 G.A.A. 1,2,3,
Suspension Chairman 35 Student Council 1,2,3, Recording Secretary 35
Cheerleading 2,3, Head Varsity Cheerleader 35 Social-Rec 35 Senior
Choir and Glee 35 Homecoming Top Ten.
Belt, Corwin - To Ohio State. Boys' Glee 1,2,35 Junior Choir 15 Senior
Choir 2,35 Ensemble 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 German Club 1,25
Steve Barnes Vikki Barhhart Dean Bari'
Diane Basich Sandy Bell Corwin Belt
Denise Black Ronald Black Brenda Blair
Kathy Bower Mark Bowman Cathy Bracaloni
Class Of '68
Bishop, Linda - To Bowling Green State University. G.A.A. 2,3, President
35 Student Court 3, Judge 35 Ensemble 35 Senior Choir 2,35 Y-Teens
1,2,35 Band 1,2,3, Assistant Squadleader 35 Clef Club 1,2,3, Program
Chairman 35 Social-Rec 3, Social Chairman 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3,
Black, Denise - To Cosmetology School. Y-Teens 1,2,3, Links 2 5 F.T.A. 15
Girls' Glee 1,25 Spanish Club 25 104 Staff 15 Booster Drive 1,2,3 5
Safety Council 3.
Blair, Brenda - Senior Class Officer 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,
Treasurer 3 5 Clef Club 1,2,3, Social and Projects Chairman 35 French
Club 1,2,3, Vice-President 3 5 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Band 1,2,3, Squadleader 3 5
Buckeye Girls' State, Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Bope, Linda - To Kent State. Band 1,2,3, Squadleader 3, Secretary 35
Orchestra 2,3, President 35 Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 25 Clef Club 1,2,3,
Vice-President 35 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Social Chairman 35 Booster
Bower, Kathy - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Presi-
dent 35 Clef Club 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 104 Staff 1,2,35 Band 1,25
Orchestra 25 Senior Choir and Glee 35 Booster Drive 2,3, Captain 3.
Bowman, Mark - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,3 5 Football Manager 1,2,35
Wrestling Manager 1,2,35 Varsity "N" 2,3 5 Booster Drive 1,3.
Bracaloni, Cathy - To Business School. Maj orette 1,2,3, Head Majorette 35
Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 35 104 Staff 3.
Breault, John - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,35 Spanish Club 15 Track Manager
15 Scoreboard Crew 2,35 Graphic Arts Service Club 35 Student Council
3 5 Golf Team 2,35 Booster Drive 2,3.
Brown, Darlene - To Central State University. G.A.A. 2,35 Gym Assistant
35 Art Assistant 3.
Class Of '68
Brown, Eloise - To University of Oregon. Y-Teens 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,33
French Club 1,2,33 Senior Choir 2,33 Ensemble 2,33 105 Staff 2,33
Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Bryant, Nancy - To Asbury College. F.T.A. 2,33 French Club 2,33 Booster
Bucklew, Jane - To Ohio State. G.A.A. 33 Clef Club 1,2,33 Y-Teens 1,2,33
Orchestra 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,2.
Buenning, Charles - To Ohio State. Senior Choir and Glee 2,3 3 Ensemble 33
Debate 23 Hi-Y 2,33 Polaris Staff 233, Sports Editor 33 Fall Play 33
Spanish Club 33 Booster Drive 3.
Burchinal, Jim - To Ohio State. Senior Choir and Glee 2,33 French Club 13
F.T.A. 33 Hi-Y 2,33 Football 1,23 Track 1,2,3Q Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Cain, Karla - To Navy. Y-Teens 33 Betty Lamp 33 Red Cross 3.
Campbell, Lynn - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 Spanish Club 23 Junior
Choir 2g Senior Choir 33 Junior Glee 1,2Q Senior Glee 3g Band 1,2,33
Clef Club 3.
Chapman, Judy - Y-Teens 1,2,3j F'.T.A. 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1,2,33 104
Charles Buenning Jim Burchinal Karla Cain
E,-ic Cant,-ell Kathy Casbarro Judy Chapman
Linda Cheek Carl Chevallard Caroline Chow Donna Coffee
Beverly Coffey Kathi Conti Peter Cooper Dick Corcoran
Class Of '68
Cheek, Linda - To Ohio State. Spanish Club 1,25 F.T.A. 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,
Intramurals Director 35 105 Staff 3.
Chevallard, Carl - To Ohio State. Orchestra 15 Dance Band 1,2,35 Concert
Band 1,2,3, Vice-President 35 Ensemble 35 Senior Choir 35 Bass Clef
Chow, Caroline - To Ohio State. Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,
Head Reserve Cheerleader 25 Senior Class Officer 3, Secretary 35
Social-Rec 35 Band 1,2,5 Orchestra 1,2,3, Secretary 35 Y-Teens 1,2,35
Senior Choir 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Student Council 35 Homecoming Queen 3. '
Coffee, Donna - To Bliss College. Junior Glee 15 Booster Drive 1. Letti Couch
Coffey, Beverly - To Bliss College. 't
Conti, Kathryn - Booster Drive 2.
Cooper, Peter - Stage Crew 2,3, Manager 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain
35 Polaris Staff 3.
Corcoran, Dick - Football 25 Booster Drive 1,2 5 Varsity "N" 2.
Couch, Letti - To Columbus Business University. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 15
French Club 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Junior Choir and Glee 25 Senior Glee 35
Booster Drive 1,2,35 104 Staff 1,2,3.
Cree, Linda - To Columbus Business University. Booster Drive 2,35 Girls'
Class Of '68
Crist, Michael - To Ohio State. Booster Drive 1,2,35 D.E.C.A. 3.
Cromer, Teresa - To Nursing School. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Red Cross 2,3, Presi-
dent 35 Girls' Glee 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1.
Dalmy, Adam - To Ohio State. Student Council 1,2,3, President 35 Hi-Y
1,2,3, Secretary 35 Basketball 25 Football 2,35 Track 1,2,3, Captain 3'
Social-Rec 3 5 Bookroom Staff 1,2,35 Booster Drive Captain 3.
Daniels, Larry - To Urbana College. Senior Choir 35 Senior Glee 2,35
Ensemble 3 5 Hi-Y 35 Varsity "N" 253, Secretary 35 Track 1,2,35 Foot-
ball 2,35 Basketball 1.
Darnell, Dan - To Columbus Technical Institute. Cross Country 1,2,35
Track 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 Graphic Arts Service Club 3.
Davidson, Stephen - To Navy. Hi-Y 35 Cross Country 25 Reserve Foot-
Davis, Ma1'ie - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Bible Club 152,35 Vergilian
Club 15 Betty Lamp 35 F.T.A. 1.
Dean, William - To Ohio State. German Club 25 Booster Drive 1,2.
Deskins, Eddie - To Franklin University. Hi-Y 1,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
DeVault, Diane - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 35 Junior Choir 2 5
Senior Choir 35 Intramurals 1,25 Booster Drive 1,2,35 104 Staff 1,25
105 Staff 2,3.
Larry Daniels Daniel Darnell Stephen Davidson
William Dean Eddie Deskins Diane Devalllt
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Bob Ed gell
Dorothea Diller John Driscoll Jim Duncan
Barbara Dye Paul Dyer Christine Eckle
Class Of '68
Dignan, Colleen - To Noni Modeling School. Booster Drive 1,35 Y-Teens 1.
Diller, Dorthea - Y-Teens 1,2.
Duncan, Jim - 106 Staff 35 Scoreboard Crew 35 Graphic Arts Service
Dutcher, John - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 35 Booster Drive 35 Scoreboard Crew
2,35 Graphic Arts Service Club 3.
Dye, Barbara - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 French Club
1,2,35 Junior and Senior Choir 1,2,3, Treasurer 35 Junior and Senior
Glee 1,2,3, Secretary 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 35 Intramurals
1,25 Betty Lamp 1.
Eckle, Christine -- To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,3, Publicity
Chairman 35 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Publicity Chairman 35 Booster Drive
1,2,, Captain 3 5 Intramura1s5 Student Council 1,2,35 Main Office
Edgell, Bob - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,35 F.T.A. 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Ellison, Debbie - Y-Teens 1,3 5 F.T.A. 1,3.
Class Of '68
Erickson, David - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Boys' Glee 2,33
Senior Choir 3 3 French Club 1,2,3 3 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Fillmore, David - Football 2,33 Wrestling 1,23 Hi-Y 2,33 Booster Drive
Fisher, John - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,33 Varsity "N" 2,33 Baseball 1,2,33
Basketball 13 Cross Country 2,3.
Fountain, Jean - To Business College. Y-Teens 23 Booster Drive 1,23
History Club 3.
Foutz, Barbara - To Riverside School of Nursing. Y-Teens 1,2,33 F.T.A. 13
Block N lg G.A.A. 2,3Q French Club 23 Booster Drive 1,2,3 3 Junior and
Senior Glee 2,33 Senior Choir 3.
Fowler, Yvonne - To Ohio State. G.A.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 33 Student
Court 3, Clerk 33 F.T.A. 2,3, Social Chairman 33 Clef Club 1,2,3,
Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Treasurer 3 3 Spanish Club 1,2,3, Secretary 3 3 Booster
Drive 1,2,3, Co-Captain 33 Orchestra 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 33 Senior
Choir and Glee 3.
France, Pierre - To Ohio State. Cross Country 1,32 Basketball 1,2Q
Football 2 3 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Frankeberger, Brenda - To Riverside School of Nursing. Y-Teens 1,2,33
F.T.A. 13 Block N 13 G.A.A. 2,33 Vergilian Club 13 French Club 2,33
Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3 3 Senior Glee 33 Junior Choir 3.
Deborah Fitch Jean Fountain Barbara Foutz
Ray Fran. Pierre France Brenda Frankeberger
Brenda Freeman John Fulknier Nancy Funk
Terry Garner David Geib Marilyn Gemeinhardt
Class Of 68
Frasch Lewis - To Capital University. Hi-Y 1,2,3g Bass Clef 1,2,3,
Treasurer 35 Band and Dance Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 2g N.F.L. 1,2,3,
President 33 French Club 2,3, Treasurer 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain
3g Class Officer 3.
Fulknier, John - Work.
Funk, Nancy - To Office Work. Y-Teens 1,33 Betty Lamp 33 Booster
Gallo, Patricia - Secretarial Work. Y-Teens 1,2,3.
Garner, Terry- Homecoming Court 35 Y-Teens 1,2,33 F.T.A. 1,2,3g Spanish
Club 1,2,3g Latin Club 13 Student Council 25 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Geib, David - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,33 Basketball 15 Varsity "N" 2,33 Golf
1,2,3g Student Council 3g Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Gemeinhardt, Marilyn - To Ohio State. Band 1,2,3g Junior Choir 1g
Vergilian Club 1,2,3g Clef Club 1,2,3 5 Memory Book 2,3, Index Editor 2,
Activities Editor 3.
George, Deborah - Y-Teens 1,2,3g Junior Choir and Senior Glee 33
Cafeteria Help 1,2,3g Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Ghent, Tom - To Ohio State. Polaris 1,2, Editor 2.
J'-ldy Gilk01'S0ll Vickey Gill Tim Grant
David Grice Art Griffin L90 Haas
Class Of '68
Gilkerson, Judy - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 French Club 2,35 Secretary
35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 Vergilian Club 1,2.
Gill, Vickie - To Nursing School. Y-Teens 35 Booster Drive 3.
Greenlee, Diana - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,3, Music Chairman 2, Vice-
President 35 Ensemble 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 35 G.A.A. 2,35
Homecoming Court 35 Cheerleading 2,3.
Hackler, Patricia - To Mount Union College. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Clef Club 1,2,3,
Secretary 35 Band 1,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 Senior Choir 3 5 Ensemble 35
Booster Drive 1,2,35 Captain 35 Homecoming Top Ten 3.
Hadler, Lola - Y-Teens 25 French Club 2 5 Senior Choir 3 5 Booster Drive
25 Memory Book 3.
Hale, Charles - To Air Force. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Senior Choir 25 D.E.C.A. 35
Wrestling 25 Red Cross 3.
Class Of '68
Hale, Edna - To Riverside School of Nursing. Y-Teens 1,33 Betty Lamp 33
104 Staff 3.
Haley, Jane - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 2,33 G.A.A. 2,3, Activities Chairman
33 French 2,33 Booster Drive 2,3, Captain 33 Gym Helper 3.
Hall, Rick - To Marines. Booster Drive 1,3.
Hamilton, Rodger - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,3 3 Stage Crew 1,2, Manager 23
Student Council 1,23 Booster Drive 1,33 Football 1.
Hanes, Vicki- To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,33 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Spanish Club 1,23
Betty Lamp 2,33 Library Staff 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 23 Memory
Book Staff 3, Girls' Sports Editor3 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Harbauer, Jean - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 F.T.A.
3g French Club 33 Booster Drive 33 Speech Club 21:3 Choir 2"f3
Harlor, James - To Air Force. Football 1,33 Hi-Y 2,33 103 Staff 33 Booster
Drive 1,3, Captain 33 Wrestling 2,33 Varsity "N" 3.
Heath, Nancy - Library Staff 1,3 3 Booster Drive 33 Junior Achievement
1,33 Special Services 3.
Heck, Rusty - To Miami University. Y-Teens 1,23 Senior Glee 33 Senior
Choir 33 Ensemble 33 French Club 23 Madrigal Group 1,2"'.
tActivities from another school.
Rodger Hamilton Oliver Hampton Vicki Hanes
James Harlor Nancy Heath Rusty Heck
Linda Heddleston Barby Herbert Tom Herron
Sue Hertz Karen Hinkle Kathy Hively
Class Of '68
Heddleston, Linda - To Airline School. Special Service 1,33 Coordinator 33
Booster Drive 1,3, Captain 3g Y-Teens 1,2,33 Majorette 23 F.T.A. 23
Clef Club 2.
Herbert, Barbara - Y-Teens 1,2,3, Program Chairman 33 Student Court 3,
Judge 33 N.F.L. 1,2,3, Secretary 33 Clef Club 1,2,3, Program Chairman
2, Publicity Chairman 33 Latin Club 1,2,3, Vice-President 33 G.A.A.
2,33 Band 1,2,3, Assistant Squad Leader 33 Senior Choir 33 Senior
Glee 3. .
Herron, Tom - To Ohio State. Senior Choir 2,33 Senior Glee 3.
Hershner, Pam - To Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. F.T.A. 1,2,33 Latin
Club 1,2,33 Clef Club 1,2,3Q Library Staff 1,2,3, President 23 Senior
Choir 2,3 3 Orchestra 1,2,3, Vice-President 3g Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Hertz, Sue - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,2,3Q Latin Club 1,31 French 33
Memory Book Staff 13 104 Staff 2g Senior Glee 2,3, Treasurer 33
Senior Choir 33 Ensemble 33 Y-Teens 1,2,3.
Hinkle, Karen - To Columbus Business University. Y-Teens 13 F.T.A. 13
Booster Drive 2.
Hively, Kathy - Y-Teens 1,2,33 Vergilian Club 1,2,3, Publicity Chairman 23
F.T.A. 33 Polar Bear 2 3 Booster Drive 1,32 Homecoming Court 3.
Hohwald, Eugene - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,33 Wrestling 2,33 Cross
Country 2,33 Varsity "N" 33 Spanish Club 3.
Holcomb, Denny - To Marine. Hi-Y lg Spanish Club lg Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Holly, Ronald - To Navy.
Class Of '68
Hoover, Steve - To Kent State. Football 1,2535 Track 1,2,35 Varsity "N"
1,2,35 Hi-Y 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Sr. Class Officer 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35
Booster Captain 35 Student Council 3.
Hope, Andre - To Marines. Hi-Y 25 History Club 35 Safety Council 25
Track 35 Cross Country 2.
Houck, Bernie - To Ohio State. Audio-Visual 1,2,3, Vice President 35 Hi-Y
1,2,35 Art 35 Golf 15 Booster Drive 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1.
House, Jeff - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 Chess Club
1,25 Spanish Club 2,3, Treasurer 35 Block "N" 15 Senior Choir and
Hudson, Brenda - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 15 F.T.A. 25 Latin Club 15 104
Staff 1,35 Main Office 2 5 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Huff, Barry - To Ohio State. Booster Drive 1,2,35 Track Mgr. 2,3.
Hughes, Dennis - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Vergilian Club 15 Audio-
Hull, Doug - To Asbury College. Bible Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2, President 35
Junior Choir 25 Hi-Y 1.
Hunter, Nancy - To Practical Nursing. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Junior Choir 35
Booster Drive 1,2,35 Junior Glee 2.
Innis, Beverly - To Secretarial Work. Y-Teens 25 104 Staff 3.
Jeff House Brenda Hudson . Barry Huff
D0llglas Hull Nancy Hunter Bev Innis
Steve Irwin Laura Jeffcoat Karen Jenkins
John Johnson Jeff Johnston Cindy Jones
Class Of '68
Irwin, Steve - Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Student Court 33 Social Rec. 3, Vice-President3
Polaris 1,2,33 Varsity "N" 1,2,33 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captaing Cross
Country 1,2,33 Baseball 2,3.
J effercoat, Laura - To Beauty School.
Johnson, John - To Navy. Art Club 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 33 Booster
Johnston, Jeff - To Ohio State. Senior Choir 1,2,33 Vergilian 1,2,3,
Treasurer 33 Ensemble 2,33 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 33 Cross
Country 2,33 Student Council 2,33 Football 13 Boys' Glee 1,2,3, Vice
Jones, Cindy - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 F.T.A. 2,33 Art Club 2,33
Special Services 2,33 Booster Drive 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3 3 103
Jones, Stephanie - To Muskingham College. F.T.A. 1,2,3, Program Chair-
man 3g Y-Teens 1,2,3, Worship Chairman 33 French Club 1,2,3,
Secretary 2, President 3g Student Council 1,2,33 Senior Choir 3 3 Senior
Glee 3, Art Assistant 3.
Jordan, Sarah - To Riverside School of Nursing. Spanish Club 33 Junior
Choir 3, Senior Glee 33 Polaris 23 Booster Drive 33 Y-Teens 33 Betty
Class Of '68
Kibbey, Ken - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 25 Spanish Club 25 Projection Club 1,2,
Vice-President 25 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Kidner, Mary - Saleswork. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,25 Junior Glee
25 D.E.C.A. 3.
Kim, Kyung Hae - To Wells College. 'tStudent Council 1,2,3, Secretary 15
N.F.L. 35 French Club 3 5 :iNewspaper 1,2, Managing Editor 25 Polaris
35 Y-Teens 35 ifBasketball 1,2.
Kindall, Marilyn - Secretarial Work. Y-Teens 15 Booster Drive 1,2 5 Intra-
murals 15 104 Staff 35 Cafeteria Club 1.
Kirby, Steve - To Ohio State. Vergilian Club 15 Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 35
Track 1,2,35 Football 1,2 5 Bass Clef Club 1,2,3, President 35 Hi-Y 1,2,3,
Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Student Council 25 Social-Rec 3, Treasurer 3.
Kitzmiller, Ted - To Ohio State. Band 35 Chess Club 1,2,3, President 1,2,35
Hi-Y 35 Debate 35 Bass Clef Club 35 Vergilian Club 2,35 Booster Drive
1,2,35 Polaris Staff.
Knight, Patricia - To Police Academy.
1'Activities from another school.
Linda Kilgore Peggy Kim Marilyn Kindall
Lee Kirkpatrick Ted Kitzmiller Patricia Knight
Karla Koo Sam Kostas Mike Kremer
Doug Kuntz Thea Lammers Linda Larimer
Class Of '68
Koo, Karla - To Ohio State. G.A.A. 2,3, Intramural Director 3g Spanish
Club 1,2,3g Chess Club 13 Cafeteria Club 15 105 Staff 1,2,3g Booster
Drive 33 Cafeteria Helper 1,2,3.
Kostas, Samuel - To Ohio State. Band 1,2g Senior Choir 35 Ensemble 3g
Baseball 1,2,3g Memory Book 3, Assistant Business Manager 3.
Kremer, Michael - Football 3.
Kungis, Margaret - To Secretarial Work.
Kuntz, Doug - Football 1,2,3 g Basketball 1,2,3g Graphic Arts Service Club
35 Band 1,2,3, Co-Chairman 35 Student Council 3, President 33 Hi-Y
1,2,3, Treasurer 3, Varsity "N" 2,35 Social Rec. 3.
Lammers, Thea - To American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Y-Teens 1,2,3,
Public Relations Chairman 3 3 F.T.A. 1,2,3g G.A.A. 2,3, Initiation
Chairman 3, Senior Glee and Choir 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3,
Student Council 3, Program Chairman 39 Fall Plays 2,3 3 Polar Bear 3.
Lephart, Michael- To Ohio State. Student Council lg Tennis 13 Polaris 3 g
Safety Council 3, Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3g Hi-Y 3.
Lewis, Jerry - To Ohio State. Booster Drive lg Student Council 1,2g
Class Of '68
Lewis, Linda - To Secretary Work. Betty Lamp 35 Red Cross 35 Bible
Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1,25 F.T.A. 1.
Leyshon, Melba - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Spanish Club 152, Sgt.-at-
Arms 35 F.T.A. 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2535 G.A.A. 2,35 Senior Choir 35
Likens, Don - To Army. Track 15 Boys' Glee 1,2,3.
Lindsay, Dave - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,3, Vice-President 35 Varsity "N"
2,35 Student Council 35 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35
Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Long, Linda - To Ohio State. Band 1,2,35 Booster Drive 35 French Club
1,2,3 5 103 Staff 2,35 Clef Club 3.
Lovell, Karen - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 104 Staff 15 Main Office 15
106 Staff 3 5 Special Services 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3 5 French Club 1,25
Lowe, Christine - To Capital University. N.F.L. 2,35 French Club 1,2,35
Spanish Club 2,35 Booster Drive 25 Junior Glee 25 Bible Club 3.
Lucas, James - To Ohio State. Amateur Radio Club 1,25 Chess Club 2,3.
Dave Lindsay John Logue Linda Long
Christine Lowe Larry Lower James Lucas
Class Of '68
Luke, Daniel - To Marines.
Lynch, Tom - To Army. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Manes, Phil- To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,3 5 Vergilian Club 15 Band 15 F.T.A.
35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Maple, David - To Rockwell Art School. Booster Drive 1,3.
McBurney, Kathy - To Miami University. Y-Teens 1,2,3, President 35
F.T.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 35 G.A.A. 2,3, Publicity Chairman 35 Social Rec 5
35 Student Council 35 Choir and Glee 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3 5
Homecoming Top Ten
McCarty, Charlotte - To
McConnell, Laurie - To Art School. F.T.A. 35 Y-Teens 1,2535 Booster
McGreevy, Kathrine - To Nationwide Beauty Academy. Y-Teens 1,35
Booster Drive 1,25 F.T.A. 35 Betty Lamp Club 35 Spanish Club 35
Vergilian Club 1.
Mclnturf, Ken - To Eastern Michigan University. -Hi-Y 2,35 Audio-Visual
1,25 Football 1,25 Wrestling 2,35 Track 1,2,35 Varsity "N" 2,3.
3' Daniel Luke
Nationwide Beauty Academy. Booster Drive 15
David Maple Kathy McBurney Charlotte McCarty
Kathy McGreevy Kenneth Mclnturf LYHII McKee
Donald McKenzie Palmer McNeal Diana McNinch Andrew Meinhold
David Melton Clarence Messer Terry Messer Virginia Meyer
Class Of '68
McKenzie, Don - To Ohio State. I-Ii-Y 35 Choir 35 Glee 2,35 Booster
McNeal, Palmer - To Curtis Institute of Music. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Memory Book
Staff 3, Editor 35 Student Court 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 35
Spanish Club 35 Vergilian Club 15 Senior Choir 1,2,35 Section Leader
Librarian 35 Boys' Glee 1,2,3, Librarian 2, Secretary 35 Boys' and
Mixed Ensemble 2,35 F.T.A. 3.
McNinch, Diana - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,2,3,5 Spanish Club 2,3, Publicity
Chairman 35 Latin Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Art Club 1,35 G.A.A. 2,35
Booster Drive 1,2,35 Junior Glee 1,2,35 Senior Glee 1,2,3.
Meinhold, Andrew - To Hiram College. Student Council 1,2,3 5 Hi-Y 1,2,35
Boys' Glee 1,2,3, Treasurer 35 Senior Choir 2,35 Cross Country 15
Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3 5 French 15 Fall Play 3.
Melton, David - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Messer, Terry - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Betty Lamp
Club 2,3, Vice-President 35 Spanish 2,35 104 Staff 35 Booster
Meyer, Virginia - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,2,3 5 Vergilian 1,25 Main Office
15 105 Staff 3 5 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Mihalka, Josef - To Ohio State., Stage Crew 1,2,3.
Miller, Linda - To Nationwide Beauty Academy. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Booster
Drive 1,25 Senior Choir 35 Senior Glee 2,35 F.T.A. 1.
Class Of '68
Miller, Winifred - To Ohio State. Spanish Club 35 German Club 1,2,3, Vice-
President 3 5 Senior Choir 35 Senior Glee 3 5 G.A.A. 2,35 Booster Drive
1,2,3 5 Ensemble 3 5 German Vice-President 3.
Moore, Cynthia - To Nationwide Beauty Academy. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Booster
Drive 2,35 French Club 15 Ensemble 2,35 Senior Choir 2,3 5 Senior Glee
1,2,35 Junior Choir 15 Art Club 1.
Moore, Jane - To Fashion Institute of Technology. Y-Teens 1,2,3, Links
Chairman 2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Spanish Club 25 Booster Drive 1,2,3,
Captain 35 Latin Club 25 105 Staff 35 Main Office 3.
Moore, Mike - Hi-Y 1,25 Cross Country 1.
Moots, Melissa - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,2,35 French Club 15 Spanish Club
2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Art Club 35 Booster Drive 1,2,35 Senior Choir and
Glee 35 Junior Choir and Glee 1,2.
Morgan, Kay - Y-Teens 1,2,35 Spanish Club 15 F.T.A. 2,35 Ensemble 35
Choir 2,35 Glee 1,2,35 Art Club 1.
Morgan, Nancy - To Clerical Work. Y-Teens 2,3, Conservation Chairman
35 F.T.A. 2,35 103 Staff 35 Art Club 3.
Mullins, Gerard - To Ohio Valley. Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track
1,2,35 Varsity "N" 2,35 Band 1,2,35 Hall Guard 2,35 Hi-Y 3.
Jane Moore Mike Moore Melissa Moots
Nancy Morgan Bonnie Morris William Morris
Pat Murdock Carol Murphy Mary Myers
Charles Neville Laura Nevius Charles Nichols
Class Of '68
Murdock, Patricia - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 2,3, Secretary 33 French Club
2,3 3 F.T.A. 2,35 Booster Drive 2,3, Captain 3g 104 Staff 2.
Myers, Mary - To Riverside School of Nursing. Y-Teens 1,2,3g Betty Lamp
23 Junior Glee 13 Art Club 2.
Nevius, Laura - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,3g F.T.A. 13 German Club 1 g
Girls' Glee 25 Spanish Club 2,3g Betty Lamp 35 Booster Drive 2,33
Fall Play 3.
Nichols, Debbie - To Bowling' Green University. Y-Teens 1,2,3g French
Club 1, Spanish Club 35 104 Staff 3g F.T.A. 2,3g Library Staff 1g
Senior Glee 39 Junior Choir 33 Memory Book 33 Senior Editor 35
Booster Drive 1,2.
Oldaker, Christina - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,3g Spanish Club lg Junior
Glee 1,2 9 Senior Glee 33 Junior Choir 3.
Class Of ,68
Olexa, Jama - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 2,3, Service Chairman 35 G.A.A. 2,3,
Sgt.-at-Arms 35 Memory Book 35 Business Manager 35 Booster Drive
2,3, Captain 35 Girls' Interschool Basketball Team 2,35 F.T.A. 35
Ovitt, Rosemary - Y-Teens 2,35 French Club 1,25 103 Staff 2,35 106 Staff
2 5 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Pardo, Jaime - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 35 Football 35 Vergilian Club 15
French Club 2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 3.
Parfitt, Mike - To Air Force.
Parks, John - To Harvard. Varsity "N" 1,2,3, President 35 Social Rec. 3,
President 35 Ensemble-Choir 2,35 Football 1,2,3, Captain 35 Vergilian
Club 1,2,3, Vice-President 25 Buckeye Boys' Stateg Booster Captain 35
Student Council 2.
Perkins, Doris - To Pentecostal Bible Institute. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Debate 1,25
Red Cross 1,2,35 Bible Club 1,25 Spanish Club 1.
Perkins, Linda - To Ohio State. Vergilian Club 1,25 Y-Teens 35 F.T.A. 3.
Postlewaite, Ruth - Y-Teens 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 35 F.T.A. 15
Student Council 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Poulson, Ted - To Kent State. Hi-Y 1,2,35 Varsity "N" 2,35 Football 2,35
Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 3.
Jaime Pardo Mike Parfitt J0hIl Parks
Doris Perkins Linda Perkins Ruth Postlehwaite
J ama Olexa
Howard Pratt Sam Price Stanley Pullen
Kathie Puskac Paul Pyle John Rae Jack Raidiger
Class Of '68
Pratt, Howard -- To Ohio State. Debate 1,2.
Price, Sam - Senior Class Officer 3, President 33 Social-Rec. 3, Social
Chairman 35 Fall Play 35 N.F.L. 1,2,3, Vice-President 33 Booster Drive
1,2,3, Captain 33 Student Council 2,35 Senior Choir 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms
39 Ensemble 1,2,3.
Pullen, Stanley - To Navy.
Purdy, Jeff - To Ohio State. Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 3g Basketball 25
Baseball 1,23 Hi-Y 1,2,3g Varsity "N" 1,2,3g Booster Drive 1,2,3,
Puskac, Kathleen - To Columbus Business University. Y-Teens 2,35 F.T.A.
35 Booster Drive 2,3.
Rae, John - To Marines. Baseball 2,3.
Raidiger, Jack - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2,3, Chaplain 3g Football 3 g Wres-
tling 2,3 g Senior Choir 2,35 Ensemble 35 Varsity "N" 3, Booster Drive
1,2,3, Captain 3.
Reeser, Susan - To Columbus Business University. Y-Teens 2,3 3 103 Staff
35 Booster Drive 2,3.
Class Of '68
Righter, Laura - To Bliss Business College. 103 Staff 2.
Roberts, Steven - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 35 Bass Clef 1,2,35 Sgt.-at-Arms 3 5
Vergilian 1,25 Dance Band 1,2,35 Band 1,2,3, Treasurer 35 Booster
Rookard, Patricia - To Nursing School. D.E.C.A. 3.
Rooney, Kathleen - To Riverside Nursing School. Y-Teens 3 5 Art Club 3 5
F.T.A. 35 Booster Drive 3.
Rooney, Maureen - To Nursing School. Art Club 3 5 Booster Drive 3.
Salisbury, Steve - Air Force.
Saslaw, Karen - To Michigan State. Cheerleader 2,35 Social Rec. 3,
Secretary 35 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Links 2, Social Chairman 35 Buckeye Girls'
State 25 Homecoming Top Ten 35 Senior Choir 35 Ensemble 3 5 Booster
Drive 1,2,3, Captain 35 Student Court 3, Judge 3.
Scadden, Sharon - To Nurses' Training. Y-Teens 1,25 Betty Lamp 1,2,35
Booster Drive 1,2.
Scanlon, Steve -- To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,2535 French Club 25 Spanish Club 3 5
Art Club 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3 5 Block N 1,25 Art Assistant 3.
Steve Roberts Patricia Rookard Kathleen Rooney
Steve Salisbury Karen Saslaw Sharon Scadden
J c rl
Beverly Searles Janet Sebring Arlene Severt
June Shortlidge Donna Sidwell Gary Sieg
Class Of '68
Schaer, Janet - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,35 Girls' Glee 2,35 Senior Choir
35 Booster Drive 1,3.
Searles, Beverly -- To Business College.
Sebring, Janet - To Columbus School of Art and Design. Clef Club 1,253 5
Y-Teens 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1,2,35 Art Club 35 Junior
Sheppard, Linda - To Miami University. F.T.A. 2,3, Vice-President 35
G.A.A. 1,2,3, Secretary 35 Senior Class Officer 3, Treasurer 35 Home-
coming Top Ten 35 Ensemble and Senior Choir 2,35 Social Rec 35
Student Council 35 Cheerleader 2.
Sidwell, Donna - To Ohio Weslyan University. tCheerleading 1,25 iiYear-
book Staff 1,25 fNewspaper Staff 15 '5Chorus 1,25 tBaseball 1,25
Memory Book 3 5 Y-Teens 35 Betty Lamp 35 French Club 35 N.F.L. 3.
Sieg, Gary - To Ohio State. Bass Clef Club 15 Dance Band 2,35 Band 1,2,3 5
Student Council 3 5 Booster Drive 1,2.
Skeens, Penny - Betty Lamp 1,3.
Smith, Robert - To Drafting School. Chess Club 15 Stadium Crew 1,2.
i"Activities from another school.
Class Of '68
Solovey, Gloria - To Nationwide Beauty Academy. Y-Teens lg Booster
Spaulding, Judy - To Business College. Y-Teens 1,23 Betty Lamp 2,35
Booster Drive 1,2,3g Block N 2 3 Art Club 3.
Sprit, Caryl - Y-Teens 1,2,3g F.T.A. 1,2,3g Art Club 15 Glee 25 Special
Services 2,33 Booster Drive 1,25 French Club 1.
Staat, Richard - To Navy.
Starner, Teresa - Booster Drive 1,2 5 D.E.C.A. 3, Vice-President 3 g
Y-Teens 3. Gloria Solovey
Stewart, Anne - To Curtis Institute of Music. Y-Teens 1,23 Senior Choir
2,3g Ensemble 2,35 German Club 2,3.
Stewart, Dave - To Air Force.
Stewart, Michael -- To Army. Booster Drive 1,2.
Stewart, Patricia - To Nationwide Beauty Academy.
Stilson, John - To Franklin University. Junior Choir 13 Graphic Arts
Service Club 3.
Caryl Sprit Richard Staat Teresa Starner Anne Stewart
Dave Stewart Mike Stewart Patty Stewart John Stilson
Lynn Stockstill Joyce Strunk Carolyn Sturgill
Nikki Swanson Paul Swisher Larry Taylor
Class Cf '68
Stimmel, Paul - To Air Force.
Stockstill, Lynn - To Miami University. F.T.A. 1,2,3g Y-Teens 2,33 Junior
Choir 1,2g D.E.C.A. 33 Booster Drive 1,2.
Strunk, Joyce - To C.B.L. F.T.A. 1,2 5 Y-Teens 1,2,3g Art Club lg D.E.C.A.
3, Booster Drive 1,25 Junior Choir 1.
Sturgill, Carolyn - To National Beauty Academy.
Sutton, Virginia - To Wells College. Y-Teens 1,2,3g G.A.A. 2,3, HiKing
Chairman 3g Latin Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2, President 33 N.F.L. 1,2,3,
Treasurer 3, Band 2,3 5 Clef Club 2,3, Alumni Chairman 35 F.T.A. 2.
Swisher, Paul -- To Ohio State. Booster Drive 1,2,3g Hi-Y 3.
Taylor, Larry - To Navy.
Tepper, Pat - Betty Lamp 1,2.
Thacker, Dan - To Marines.
Class Of '68
Thacker, Ruth - To Ohio State. G.A.A. 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3g Orchestra 2,g
Booster Drive, Vergilian Club 1.
Thickstun, Tim - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 1,3g Student Council 2,35 Fall Play 3.
Thomas, Gerry - To Ohio State. Glee 1,2,3g Junior Choir 1,2 5 Senior Choir
3, Ensemble 3.
Tieman, Michael - To Ohio State. Art Club 2,3, President 3, French Club 3.
Trinter, Jane - To Ohio State. Student Council 1,3g Y-Teens 1,2,3g Spanish
Club 1,2, Secretary 2, Clef Club 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, President 33
Band 1,2,3, Sgt.-at-Arms 33 Orchestra 2,35 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain
3, Buckeye Girls' State 2.
Trittipo, Constance - Social Worker. Betty Lamp 1,2,3g Recreation
Tumblin, Judy - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,3g F.T.A. 2,35 French Club
2,3g 105 Staff 2,35 Library Staff 33 Cafeteria 1,2,3g Booster Drive
1,2,3g G.A.A. 3.
Underwood, Janice - To Kent State. Y-Teens 1,2,3g Public Affairs Chair-
man 3g F.T.A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 33 Student Council 1,2,3g Booster Drive
1,2,3, Captain 3, G.A.A. 2,3g Spanish Club 1,23 Senior Glee 33 Senior
Choir 3 3 Junior Choir 2.
Unger, Karen - Library Staff 23 D.E.C.A. 3, Secretary '33 Y-Teens 2,3g
Unseld, Alsetta - To Capital University. Y-Teens 1,2,3g Girls' Glee 2,33
Senior Choir 3 3 Ensemble 3.
Gerry Thomas Michael Tieman Jane Tfintel'
Judith Tumblin Janice Underwood Karen Unger
Boyd Vansant Nancy Vass Rodger Voss Chris Wagner
Mary Walcutt Belinda Walker Francene Walker George Waltels
Cla s s O f ' 68
Vansant, Boyd -- To Ohio State. Hi-Y 33 Football 33 Booster Drive 3.
Voss, Rodger - To Kent State. Band 1,2,3, President 33 Boys' Glee 1,2,3,
President 33 Student Council 3, Treasurer 3g Bass Clef Club 1,2,3,
Vice-President 33 Booster Drive 1,2,3, Captain 33 Varsity "N" 1,2,33
Ensemble 3g Dance Band 1,2,3.
Walcutt, Mary - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 Senior Glee 2,3.
Walker, Belinda - To Columbus College of Arts and Design. Art Club lg
Girls' Glee 33 Senior Choir 33 Y-Teens 3.
Walker, Francene - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 Clef Club 2,33 Projects
and Social Chair 3 3 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 33 Vergilian Club 13 French
Club 23 Red Cross 13 Safety Council 3, Vice-President 33 Student
Walters, George - To Ohio State. Booster Drive 1,2,33 Student Court 3,
Chief Justice 33 Cross Country 3 33Hi-Y 3.
Ward, Carole - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,3, Treasurer
33 Booster Drive 1,33 Senior Glee 2,33 F.T.A. 1,2,33 French Club 2,33
Spanish Club 1,2,3 3 Clef Club 1,3.
Class Of '68
Ward, Michael - To Navy. Hi-Y 3, Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Warix, George - To Ohio State. German Club 2,3.
Weakley, Carlton - To Air Force. Vergilian Club lg Polaris Staff 1,23
Audio-Visual 25 Memory Book 2,3 3 Hi-Y 3, Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Weidner, Carl - To Ohio State. Football 1,2,3g Basketball 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1,2,33
Varsity "N" 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
West, Edward - To IBM College. Hi-Y 1,2,3g Booster Drive 1,2g Basketball
Intramurals 2,35 Volleyball Intramurals 2,3.
White, Gail -- To Secretarial Work.
White, Robin - To Army. Intramurals 2,3 5 Booster Drive 1.
George Warix Margi Warren Charles Waymire Carlton Weakley
Carl Weidner Edward West Gail White Robin White
Joan Wiant Jackie Williams Joe Williams
Peggy Williams Steve Williams Crawford Wilson
Class Of '68
Wiant, Joan - To Ohio State. F.T.A. 1,2,3, President 33 Cheerleader 2,33
Y-Teens 1,2,33 Social Rec. 3g Homecoming Court 33 Student Council
2,3, Secretary 33 Ensemble and Senior Choir 2,33 G.A.A. 2,3 3 Booster
Drive 1,2,3, Chairman 3.
Williams, Jackie - To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2333 F.T.A. 1,2,33 Betty Lamp
33 105 Staff 2,3 3 Booster Drive 13 Spanish Club 1.
Williams, Joe - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 13 Spanish Club 1.
Williams, Mary - To Ohio State. Junior Choir 23 Junior Glee 23 Senior
Glee 33 Y-Teens 1,2,33 Booster Drive 2 3 106 Staff 3.
Williams, Peggy - To Telephone Co. Spanish Club 1,2,3, Publicity Chair-
man 33 Y-Teens 1,23 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
Williams, Stephen - To Navy.
Wilson, Crawford - To Air Force. Chess Club 1.
Wilson, Sharon -- To Ohio State. Y-Teens 1,2,33 F.T.A. 13 Spanish Club 13
Booster Drive 1,2,33 Junior Glee 23 Senior Glee 33 Junior Choir 33
105 Staff 3.
Wohlers, Robert - To Air Force. Hi-Y 1,2333 Bass Clef 1,2,33 Band 13
Orchestra and Dance Band 2,33 Track 13 Audio-Visual 1.
-Terry Woodruff James Woolever Sam Wooster Sue Wulff
John Voder Beth Young Robert Young Mark Zapert
Class Of '68
Woolever, James - To Insurance Work. D.E.C.A. 1.
Wooster, Sam -- To Ohio State. Varsity "N" 2,33 Hi-Y 1,2,3g Football 1,2,3g
Student Council 3.
Wulff, Susan - Junior Choir 25 Junior Glee 2, Booster Drive 2.
Young, Beth - To Business College. Spanish Club 1g Y-Teens 1,2,3g F.T.A.
1,3 5 Booster Drive 1,23 104 Staff 1,2,3g Main Office Staff 2,3.
Young, Robert - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 2,3g French Club 1,2,3g Orchestra
1,2,3g Radio Club 1,2, Vice-President 2.
Zapert, Mark - To Ohio State. Hi-Y 33 Booster Drive 33 Polaris 33
tSwimming Team 1,2, Captain 2, 'fFootball 1,25 "Newspaper Staff 25
'FTennis Team 1,2.
"Activities from another school.
Michael Jennings Bob Lyons Peggy Price
Dunleavy, Debby - To Ohio State. Student Court 35 Y-Teens 1,2,3, Treas
35 French Club 1,2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 N.F.L. 1,2,3, Social Chair. 25 Girls
Glee 1,2,35 Senior Choir 35 Art Club 35 F.T.A. 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3
Lyons, Bob - Boys' Glee 35 Hi-Y 35 Booster Drive 1,2,3.
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goner, lVI. Baker, F. Ingram.
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C. Eard, C. Dixon, C. Dupler, S.
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Dunleavy, R. Mathews, R. Dotson,
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White, T. Falco.
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Hatfield, D. Hassinger, R. Holton
T. Helman, D. Holtsberry. Row 3
C. Wayt, R. Davis, R. Holly, P.
Berys, R. Hollingsworth, C. Hes-
singer. Row 4: D. Johns, J. Stephen-
son, K. Hill, S. Mitchell, E. Hoover,
R. Hines, B. Henney.
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N. Deetham, T. Hehh, M. Sutphin,
S. Pinkerton, M. Hittle, M. Heddles-
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V. Harper, D. Hale, D. Harris, S.
Honaker, J. Hardesty, D. Hawk.
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Geygfan, S. Hamilton, R. Gammon,
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B. Stephenson, D. Jones, E. Fought,
K. Frankeberger, J. Harbarger, S.
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Knight, J. Miller, L. Knox, J. Koslof-
sky, J. Lanier. Row 2: L. Price, C.
Kruse, J. Oehler, K. Jones, D. Kih-
bey, R. Walker. Row 3: J. Jory, J.
Hundley, J. Johnson, J. Hopper, R.
Davis, J. Kidd. Row 4: D. Hosey, E.
Williams, J. Jacabs, C. James, M.
Jessie, T. Kerwood, J. Juniper, S.
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Nixten, J. O'Donald, S. Nelson, V.
Drofford, J. Jordan, M. Merz, C.
Thompson. Row 2: S. McCoy, S.
Munk, ll. Mullins, L. Morhan, G.
McDaniel, J. Wilson, S. Murphy
S. Pierce. Row 3: D. Hodo, L. Engle,
R. Epley, G. Drown, D. McCune,
M. Vaughn, D. Roberts. Row 4: V.
Miller, C. Goodwin, C. Logan, M.
Loy, D. McCaskey, A. Lockett, C.
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Scarberry, C. Sageser, T. Rouse, B.
Tucker, T. Rond. Row 2: P. See, D.
Sanders, C. Turnball, J. Roadarmei,
V. Sells, S. Scadden, A. Hughes.
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Myers, M. Reeb, E. Reedy. Row 4:
P. Pyle, R. Prater, J. Rohe, K. Priest,
L. Farmer, M. Link, B. Richwine.
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K. Green, V. Williams, D. McClin-
tock, D. Lowe, D. Lephart. Row 2
Mr. Day, IZ. Pinnell, Mace, C
Mattison, C. McCabe, C. Luke
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3lCC1'G2l.1'Y, C. Drown, D. Epley, J
Leggett, S. Kovalsky. Row 4: T
Kirkland, E. Miller, J. Kuntz, R
Lester, A. Kirglowitz, D. Lelnley.
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Sink, D. Prince, J. Farmer, L. Power
M. Ellis, B. Riddle. Row 2: R. Rich-
ards, P. Hughes, P. Wilson, M. Ray
R. Thompson, S. Quinton, C. Pullen
S. Weber. Row 3: J. Cassell, J
Chandler, J. Payne, L. Pence, M
Paxton, R. Pelind. Row 4: F. Porath
J. Patterson, K. Peterson, S
Reyonalds, T. Pappas, R. Porter.
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D. Swaney, Il. Tliacker, L. Thomas,
D. Pritcliarcl. Row 2: K. Huston,
D. Parker, S. Tiggle, J. Lewis, K
Tliickstun, N. Ilartoe. Row 3: K
Scott, J. Smelke1', T. Sterling, K
Spears, D. Stevens, M. Steele. Row
4: Mr. Sparrow, P. Clark, C
Spaulding, J. Stewart, J. Martin
R. Snow, D. Ward.
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D. Yates, D. Steva, K. Staten, J.
Stilson. Row 2: P. Sawell, M. Star-
rett, C. Turnbull, B. Simpson. Row
3: R. Slwader, M. Ruggles, V.
Durgett, D. Slonaker, R. Sauage,
W. Seals. Row 4: C. Rowell, R.
Farmer, L. Scales, B. Severance,
D. Sexton, R. Myers.
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Parmele, D. Pompa, C. Peters, I.
Worden, M. Conley. Row 2: Mrs.
Ray, M. Packard, D. Hondo, A.
Davis, R. Jordan, K. Pierce, V.
Ovitt. Row 3: M. Olexa, K. Rose,
D. Metzger, J. Milligan, T. Mitchell,
M. Wilson. Row 4: L. Radcliff, E.
Miller, T. McTurner, K. Mudd, D.
Muncy, R. Middlebrooks, D. Noble.
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Wiles, J. Willis, L. Blair, C. Wal-
ford. Row 2: E. Webb, S. Mancini,
L. Wolery, G. Weislieimer, V. Free-
man. Row 3: Mr. Rice, J. Wellman,
J. Zimmerman, B. Waller, F. Mel-
lott, T. Eatow, J. Yau. Row 4: K.
Ward, M. Wears, M. Warner, M.
Weakley, M. Wolfe, P. Vance.
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H. Barnhouse, J. Baird, C. Dalton,
K. Thomas, B. Allman, C. Banks.
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Parsley, P. Betz, L. Barkley, J.
Keyser, K. Welch. Row 3: A.
Adkins, D. Aldenderfer, J. Bigger,
M. Creasap, D. Barr, M. Moss.
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Bolin, M. Bowen, B. Balka, D.
Browning, D. Hammond.
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Conner, N. Deal, P. Lee. Row 2:
Mrs. Holt, N. Dempsey, L. Cun-
ningham, B. Cree, P. Defluiter,
R. Cruz. Row 3: T. Young, J. Dean,
R. Cope, D. Crowder, R. Scott. Row
4: D. Evans, D. Cornelious, S.
Coverdale, S. Croft, T. Craig, D.
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sher, L. Burton, Mrs. Robb. Row
2: S. Bingaman, R. Chevrier, D.
Bullock, B. Miller, J. Cantlon, E.
Hammond. Row 3: L. Conner, D.
Caldwell, J. Callahan, D. Cabell.
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Bush, C. Clifford, P. Clinton, D.
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Preston, D. Thompson, M. Fortin,
B. Baldridge, E. Torr, L. Fox. Row
2: Mrs. Cope, S. Lee, S. Foureman,
S. Fisher, N. Evans, T. Entler, M.
Fishman, D. Forest. Row 3: J.
Dunning, E. Durr, K. Fears, J.
McGreevy, J. Dimond, D. DeVoss.
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Durrett, S. Hammond, J. Miller,
D. Jon, B. Young, S. Dow.
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Gamble, S. Gentry, S. Griffin, K.
Bell, S. Luckett, D. Gray. Row 2:
Mrs. Wolf, M. Gardiner, D. Thomp-
son, M. Grundy, D. Hamilton, K.
Grice, P. Gygi. Row 3: F. Hand,
G. Frazee, M. Davis, W. Hammond
A. Orozco, D. Smith. Row 4: R.
Green, H. Haygood, M. Garrabrant,
E. Gates, J. Poling, E. Freeman.
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Ooten, M. Kidner, A. Hatfield, L.
Hodge. Row 2: Mr. Kloman, L
Kearns, L. Phaltzgrat, J. Larson
M. Knveven, R. Lecco, C. Kindall
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K. Lammers, B. Lease, C. Knott,
B. Grooms. Row 4: J. Lanier, M
Hughes, T. Abram, B. Jones, J
Leesburg, L. Stephenson, B. Miller.
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C. Holliday, S. Hughes, S. Bell,
C. Jolie, S. Johnston. Row 2:
M. Lungafelter, B. Jones, J. Harris,
W. Coleman, L. Newman, A. Hart,
M. Conley. Row 3: Mr. Kvocka,
S. Jarvis, J. Hurley, B. Smith, D.
James, C. Allen, L. Newman. Row
4: T. Jewett, J. Keller, R. King,
B. Lyons, M. Keenam, G. Huston,
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Thompson, T. Hatfield, T. Ma, S.
Miller. Row 2: Mrs. Barnhizer,
K. Jenkina, K. Anderson, D. Porter
L. Mabe, V. Kimbro, G. Watson,
I. Manes. Row 3: J. Manter, R.
Martin, A. Linebaugh, L. Walker,
J. Weiner, R. Miller. Row 4: C.
Mawhirter, R. McDaniel, J. McCoy
R. Lower, G. Lynn, D. Louthen
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S. Fitzgerald, B. Blamer, R.
Morgan, B. Myers, P. Martin. Row
2: D. Williams, J. Mushrush, T.
Miller, B. McMann, D. Newell, B.
Mowbray. Row 3: G. Mudd, T
Montgomery, S. Morris, R. Melnyk,
H. Jewell, J. Mouser. Row 4: G.
Breunig, M. Hittle, C. Moody, W.
Mollett, R. Miller, R. Heil.
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D. Sowers, B. Schoby, B. Shaffer,
B. Ford, G. Perry. Row 2: D.
McCord, P. Nicklaus, L. Scites, D.
Shuherk, D. Spaulding, J. Olah
M. Taylor. Row 3: D. Potts, B.
Roberts, T. Schreider, K. Mays,
J. Seals, R. Rotz. Row 4: D. Polock,
T. Branham, J. Pompa, D. Searls,
F. Prince, E. Holloway, M. Cassell.
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Henney, L. McCreary, M. Hange,
S. Rogers, M. Thornton. Row 2:
S. Luckett, R. Bell, M. Heilman, D.
Heffelfinger, N. Smith, M. Heath.
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berger, D. Hawk, K. Hoover, N.
Hasson. Row 4: P. Holbook, W.
Hoyer, F. Hildebrand, D. Hines,
D. Gentry, B. Hartman, S. Holland.
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D. Ringhizer, P. Chaffin, J. Sead-
den, S. Morris, J. Raidiger. Row 2:
D. Risctt, J. Pyle, C. Mollett, K.
Perkins, L. Bishop, N. Ring, K.
Pensyl, D. Porter. Row 3: I. Nivins,
D. Penzone, B. Burgett, O. Par-
mele, D. Taylor, P. Fitzgerald.
Row 4: R. Breunig, J. Penn, J.
Williams, J. O'Keefo, D. Parham
Row 1: Miss Kaufman, B. White
J. Davis, L. Madden, J. Woodard
S. Shafer, P. Whitnier, E. Wiant
A. Rosebrook. Row 2: L. West, K
Wealcley, C. Violet, R. Clemens, S
Wenger, B. Wagener, S. Oppem-
heimer. Row 3: T. Gundy, J
Trimmer, B. Swift, J. Trittipo, R.
Tall, S. Lipitapanlop, R. Walls.
Row 4: H. Willis, R. Williams, W.
Tonlin, G. Conway, R. Ward, D.
Row 1: J. Trott, P. Stewart, B.
Gates, C. Oppenheimer, B. Stumbo,
S. Stauffer, T. Starrett, R. Sum-
mer, S. Story. Row 2: Mr.
Swetnam, R. Cassill, D. Sellers, M.
Stackhouse, D. Stanley, W. Morris.
Row 3: L. Staley, G. Turner, J.
Wellman, S. Speasmaker, R. Sten-
gel, J. Sterling. Row 4: J. Smelker,
L. Springer, M. Siegle, M. Seitz, T.
Steitz, D. Shepard.
Row 1: L. Workman, E. Woody,
C. Clemnons, P. Wooddell, B. Yoho,
C. Thomas, S. Yeh. Row 2: Mr.
Howarth, D. Walkud, R. Wolfe, C.
Wookner, E. Woodring, C. Worden,
D. Hanes. Row 3: L. Wayt, D.
Welsh, N. Voorkis, D. Wolery, E.
Murphy. Row 4: P. Wulff, L.
Woodruff, D. Wooten, C. Zimmer-
man, J. Hogston, D. Slonake.
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D. Sidwell, E. Wiant. Row 3: C. Weakley, P. McNeal, S. Kostas.
Memory Book Staff
Memory Book staff hard at work!
Work is said to have merit. If this
is true then the Memory Book staff
has certainly achieved merit. Work
was one thing that was never lacking.
This Work included selling ads, taking
pictures, planning pages, writing
copy, and many smaller tasks. Despite
various obstacles, the Memory Book
was finally published and stands as
proof of the staff's hard work.
The Polaris is the oldest
high school newspaper in
Columbus. The paper has been
a tradition at North since
1900. Turning out a four-to-
six page paper, a job which
includes writing copy, selling
ads, and making layouts, re-
quires ambition, enthusiasm,
and lots of hard work. The
staff in Room 115 has worked
hard to preserve this tradi-
tion for the North High
student body. The 1967-68
editorial staff included Steve
Irwin, editor-in-chiefg Jay
Bigger, business manager,
Mike Lephart, photo editor,
Karen Thomas, page one edi-
tor, Paul Clinton, page two
editor, Chip Buenning, page
three editor, Rich Fout, page
four editor. Mrs. Bisdorf was
Row 1: M. Lephart, S. Irwin, J. Bigger. Row 2: K. Thomas, P. Clinton, R. Fout, C
Buenning. Row 3: P. DeFluiter, D. Bullock, R. Conley, P. Kim, Mrs. Bisdorf. Row 4
R. Morgan, M. Zapert, D. Shepard, S. Barrows.
Students on the library staff contribute a vital service to the successful
operation of the school library. These students assume full responsibility
for all clerical duties at the Circulation Desk. They also shelve books and
magazines, check in mail, and write overdue notices. Their help is invaluable
to the librarians, Miss Wright and Mrs. Parke, and to the numerous
students who use the library facilities.
LIBRARY STAFF - Row 1: Miss Wright, T. Rouse, N. Banks. Row 3: T. Dunleavy, B. Cope, K. Bell, N. Bryant,
Heath, S. Gillenwater, S. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Parkel. Row 2: P. Hershner, K. Grice, J. Tumblin, J. Gilkerson, E. Murphy,
V. Hanes, D. Prince, D. Bendure, R. Cruz, L. Thomas, C. T. Kirkland.
The North High nurses staff, made up of
girls who assist Mrs. Ish, our school nurse,
have the job of working closely with Mr.
Budd and with Mrs. Bumen. These girls help
in getting students who are ill excused from
school or admitting them to the clinic.
Row 1: T. Garner, M. Thornton, M. Taylor. Row 2: Mrs. Ish, nurse:
G. Solovey, K. Chaffin.
This staff, under the supervision of
Mrs. Bumen, the junior counselor, takes
care of the clinic and aids in requesting
pupils. In addition to these duties, it is
also in charge of cataloguing college
Row 1: Mrs. Bumen, J. Banks, P. Williams, C. Hayes, J. Williams. Row 2: J.
Mushrush, S. Wilson, B. Foutz, B. Frankeburger, B. Ford, K. Koo. Row 3: N.
Bryant, R. Postlethwaite, D. Ballog, D. DeVault, J. Tumblin. Row 4: M. Barton,
S. Fisher, N. Evans, V. Meyer, L. Cheek, M. Heilman.
This staff Works for Mr. Kerst and
Miss Lentz. They aid in requesting pupils,
type, take telephone messages, and some-
times look up records and schedules.
Row 1: J. Cook, M. Williams, S. Story, J. Baird, S. Story. Row 2: S. Lee, C. -
Murphy, K. Lovell, C. Compson, S. Wulff, D. Porter.
Row 1: J. Trott, D. Sewers, J. Baird, H. Barnhouse, S. Wade,
S. Johnston, C. Hays, J. Raidiger, L. Fox, P. Young, D. Hylton,
M. Jackson, K. Pensyl, C. Dalton. Row 2: L. Burton, S. Story,
L. Workman, S. Kulick, A. Hatfield, R. Lecco, M. Fortin, I.
Manes, J. Woodard, K. Flynn, E. Wiant, T. Starrett. Row 3:
K. Thomas, J. Mushrush, M. Hittle, N. Deal, D. Williams, M.
Ray, N. Evans, L. Wolery, M. Heath, T. Miller, L. Copas, S.
Pinkerton, P. DeFluiter, Mrs. DeWees. Row 4: S.
Foureman, V. Sells, K. Grice, K. Chaffin, J. Boynton, T. Kirk-
land, W. Coleman, K. Bell, M. Heilman, C. Violet, L. Pfallggraf,
J. Larson, P. Gygi, C. Turnbull, S. Fisher.
Futuie Teachels of AIHSIICW consists of the youth of today who may
someday teach the youth of tomouow To qualify fo1 this 13OS1il1011 a pei son
must have expeuence, undei standing and knowledge
An 1' T A meeting is made up of D1 oiects combined with movies,
sklts and speakeis
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Row 1: A. Dalmy, S. Price, D. Barr. Row 2: G. Brown, T. Jewett, L. Blair, J. Poling,
Mr. Budd's little green slips marked 104 have
struck terror in the hearts of many North stu-
dents. Mr. Budd is assisted by his hard working
staff of girls. They aid in requesting pupils,
collect absence slips from classrooms, check out
sick pupils, check on truant or tardy pupils, and
send ill students who are unable to go home to
The bookroom staff, chosen and headed by
Mr. Budd, is vital to North High students. The
two sophomores, three juniors and three senior
boys keep track of the thousands of textbooks in
circulation at North. The beginning and end of
the year are the busiest times for the staff as
they pass out and collect the books.
Row 1: S. Story, M. Kindall, K. Weakley, I. Manes, K.
Puskac, J. Chapman, N. Adams, K. Pensyl, S. Fitzgerald,
L. Baird, D. Sowers. Row 2: L. Burton, N. Deal, L. Copas,
J. Mushrush, K. Bower, S. Luckett, B. Hudson, D. Fitch,
P. Murdock, K. Morgan, D. Ballog. Row 3: S. Johnson, M.
Myers, B. Cree, J. Cantlon, C. Murphy, B. Innis, L. Couch,
J. Shortlidge, D. Cox. Row 4: C. Bracaloni, D. Heffel-
finger, L. Scites, L. Barkley, B. McMann, B. Pinnell, B.
Foutz, B. Finnell.
Seated: Mr. House, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Herold, Mrs.
Gavin, Mr. Fekete. Row 1: T. Rond, K. Adams, C.
Trippito, T. Garner, J. Trott, S. Wade. Row 2:
D. Hawk, T. Gygi, A. Hart, T. Hatfield, P.
The Main Office Staff is a group of girls
dedicated to helping out in the office. The duties
include filing, calling students into the office and
running errands for Mr. House, Mr. Fekete, and
Many of the girls are recommended by their
junior high schools to work during one free period
every day, to make Work easier for everyone in
the main office.
Williams, D. Prince, D. Cramer, D. Kaurich. Row
3: M. Packard, S. Story, C. Turnball, B. Simpson,
P. Young, C. Eckle, J. Moore, M. Fishman.
Special Services is a group of girls who spend
several periods a week mimeographing things for
faculty members and special groups. Each day
they print the bulletin besides running off tests
and special stencils for teachers. While these
girls gain experience, they are a great service to
Row 1: S. Rodgers, C. Sprit, L. Heddleston, P.
Stewart, L. Gillenwater. Row 2: K. Lovell, G.
Downey, D. Newell, L. Long, S. Wenger, C. Jobe,
C. Jones. Row 3: Mrs. Cox, D. Forrest, M. Davis,
D. Steva, V. Meyer, K. Perkins, J. Wilson.
North's chess team this year
was the first in the city and the
fifth in the state. Throughout
their eleven tournaments, they
maintained a perfect recordg the
only undefeated chess team in
the city. Mr. Curran was advisor
and coach for the club.
Row 1: Miss Gregg, advisor, C. Moore, M. Leyshon, M. Moots, J. Gilkerson, J.
Olexa, L. Baird, L. Campbell. Row 2: R. Stimmel, P. Murdock, S. Bell, J. Harbauer,
Row 1: T. Kitzsmiller, M. Davis, J. Horns, Mr. Curran, advisor. Row 2: ll. Swift,
K. Knott, R. Neal, B. Cope, P. Pyle, C. Wilson, L. Engle. Row 3: J. Durrett, K. Lammers,
D. Aldenderfer, J. Lucas, B. Mollet, D. Buchman, J. Ditmar.
This staff is made up of Miss
Gregg's Radio-Speech class. They
make P.A. announcements, run the
equipment during these announce-
ments, do recordings by students and
teachers, and tape assembly pro-
grams. The staff also serve as an-
nouncers for station WCBE-FM, the
Columbus Board of Education Radio
Station, three times a year.
J. Moore, D. Hull. Row 3: R. Hamilton, S. Kostas, G. Thomas, A. Meinhold, M.
Lephart, J. Johnston, J. Mihalka.
The Audio-Visual crew is
under the direction of Mr.
Sparrow. The crew learns how
to run the filmstrip and movie
projectors. After learning this,
the crew helps the teachers by
showing films and movies to
their classes. The Audio-Visual
crew has contributed a great
service to North in past years
and will continue to help North
in the future.
Row 1: C. Woolever, L. Springer, D. Taylor. Row 2: Mr. Sparrow, advisorg R. Holton,
T. Falco, J. White, B. Holtsberry, R. Rotz. Row 3: T. Ste-itz, B. Houck, J. Hogston,
C. Leyme, D. England, A. Linebaugh.
Row 1: B. Herbert, Sec., L. Frasch, Pres., S. Price, V-Pres., V. Sutton,
Treas. Row 2: Miss Kaufman, C. Price, C. Lowe, B. Blair, D. Dunleavy,
D. Basich. Row 3: D. Sidwell, P. DeFord, D. Buchman, M. Davis, L. Engle.
Row 1: C. Price, C. Lowe, D. Basich, Miss Kaufman. Row 2: C.
Banks, D. Dunleavy, E. Brewer, D. Sidwell, V. Sutton.
The debate team and individual events con-
testants participated in approximately twenty
competitive tournaments with high schools from
Columbus, Cincinnati, Dayton, and Toledo. Students
who participated in a sufficient number of tourna-
ments and accumulated a sufficient number of
speech points, were eligible to join the National
Forensic League, a speech honorary organization for
high school students across the nation. These stu-
dents of NFL at North also took charge of the coat
check after the home football and basketball games.
North's chapter was under the guidance of Miss
Kaufman this year.
Row 1: L. Frasch, B. Herbert, B. Blair, S. Price. Row 2: Miss Kaufman, P. DeFord,
P. Pyle, M. Davis, L. Engle. Row 3: T. Dunleavy, T. Kitzmiller, D. Buchman,
Row 1: J. Trinter, Treasg T. Grant, V-Pres., S. Roberts, Pres., W. Miller, Secy. Row 2-
C. Chow, K. Saslaw, J. Bucklew, B. Herbert, J. Gilkerson. Row 3: D. Basich, J. Tumblin,
K. Koo, J. Wiant, S. Jones, K. Bower, A. Stewart. Row 4: V. Sutton, T. Messer, L. Bope
B. Frankeberger, V. Meyer, N. Bryant, B. Blair, P. Hershner, D. McNinch. Row 5: P
Pyle, S. Price, L. Frasch, B. Young, D. Kuntz, A. Dalmy, J. Parks, D. Barr, D. Erickson
A special recognition assembly was held in
the auditorium Wednesday, March 6, for those
North High Seniors, selected for the National
Honor Society on the basis of leadership, scholar-
ship, character and service, for membership in
the Charles D. Everett Chapter of the National
Principal Everett started a chapter of the
National Honor Society to create enthusiasm for
scholarship, and to encourage the development of
character in the students of North High School.
To be eligible for candicacy in the society, a
student must be in his third year at North, and
have a minimum of 3.250 accumulative average.
Social Rec Council
The Social and Recreational Council is one of
North's most important groups. Seven of the
fourteen members of the council are appointed,
being leaders and presidents of important clubs or
organizations. The other seven members are
elected by the student body. Among the important
functions performed by the council is the sponsor-
ing of North's Winter prom, the Belle and Beau.
Row 1: S. Irwin, V-Pres., J. Parks, Pres., K. Saslaw, Secy.g S. Kirby. Row 2: Miss
Gregg, L. Sheppard, L. Bishop, S. Price, C. Chow, D. Barr. Row 3: K. McBurney, S. Bell,
D. Kuntz, J. Wiant, A. Dalmy.
Seated: D. Kuntz,,J. Wiant. Row 1: J. Haley, J. Olexa, J.
Underwood, D. Greenlee, K. Bower, B. Frankeberger, L.
Sheppard, R. Postlethwaite, L. Bishop, K. Saslaw, C. Chow,
L Heddleston. Row 2: B. Dye, P. Hackler, J. Moore, K.
McBurney, S. Bell, J. Trinter, C. Eckle, B. Blair, Y. Fowler,
T Lammers, P. Murdock, N. Adams. Row 3: S. Wooster, J.
Each year, North High School holds its
annual Booster Drive. This year it was held on
Thursday, September 28. Despite the rain, North
High students collected money, which was used to
purchase sports equipment and to make improve-
ments for North's athletic program. The student
co-ordinators for this year were seniors Joan
Wiant and Doug Kuntz.
Raidiger, J. Parks, D. Barr, L. Frasch, S. Price, P. McNeal,
A. Dalmy, M. Adkins, R. Albright, T. Poulson, R. Voss. Row
4: K. Walters, S. Irwin, P. France, J. Purdy, D. Lindsay, S.
Kirby, M. Lephart, D. Geib, P. Cooper, S. Hoover, J. Harlor,
A. Meinhold, J. Johnston.
One of the busiest rooms at North High is
103. This staff performs various duties such as
checking all athletic eligibility, selling tickets for
all sports events, scheduling all athletic contests,
and writing contracts for games and officials.
Row 1: N. Morgan, C. Jones, R. Ovitt, L. Long, S. Reeser. Row 2: R. Albright,
J. Harlor, M. Bowman.
This club is a group of girls who volun-
teer their time and energy in area hos-
pitals and service organizations. They do
service projects for Children's Hospital
and the children's Wards of various other
RED CROSS - Row 1: J. Banks, sec.-treas.g T. Cromer, pres., C. Hayes,
vice-pres., Mrs. Ray. Row 2: P. Whitmer, L. Perkins, K. Cain, L. Lewis,
Hi-Y had a membership of 120 boys including
sophomores through seniors this year. It operates
each year under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. and
holds drives in conjunction with the Y. One of the
major drives was the candy sale in which the
money received went to the World Service Organi-
zation to build new Y's. Hi-Y members also par-
ticipated in Hi-Y City Day by, along with other
students, taking over city government offices for
HI-Y - Row 1: Mr. Bennett, advisor, S. Kirby, sg-t.-at-arms
vice-pres., J. Raidiger, S. Hoover, sgt.-at-arms. Row 2: J
Flynn, J. Smelker, P. Vance, J. Zimmerman, T. Hatfield, B
Richwine, J. Duncan, K. Ross, D. Erickson, D. Noble, C
Knott, G. Brown, L. Beetham, W. Wenger, S. Wooster, T
Angle, B. McCune, D. Roberts, L. Frasch, S. Barnes, T. Falco
D. McKenzie, M. Bowman, M. Paxton, R. Bond. Row 3: D
Cabell, P. Pyle, R. Wolfe, M. Siegle, W. Hoyer, S. Morris, J
Hurlery, J. Rinaldi, J. Johnston, S. Trago, B. Wohlers, G
Waggoner, R. Hines, R. Hamilton, M. Adkins, R. Albright
J. Poling, B. Vansant, H. Young, T. Lynch, D. Penzone, M
D. Kuntz, treas.g A. Dalmy, sec.g D. Barr, pres., D. Lindsay,
Ward, E. Bolin, J. Miller, G. Turner, D. Aldenderfer, J.
Breault, P. Swisher. Row 4: C. Weakley, P. Manes, B. Edgell,
P. McNeal, S. Davidson, B. Swartz, D. Caldwell, K. Mclnturf,
D. Washburn, R. Tall, R. Ward, E. Deskins, E. Cantrell, A.
Hope, N. Lyons, K. Frankeberger, E. Hoover, E. Hohwald,
K. Walters, D. Geib, M. Lephart, B. Houck, B. Robuts, S.
Speasmaker, M. Zapert. Row 5: M. Demos, L. Stephenson,
L. Daniels, M. Hittle, R. Greene, J. Burchinal, T. Thickstun,
T. Reis, S. Irwin, M. Jennings, J. Fisher, J. Purdy, B. Jones,
D. Fillmore, J. Harlor, J. Parke1', D. Melton, A. Meinhold,
L. Blair, J. Williams, J. Kuntz, T. Polson, R. Bush, P. Clinton,
R. Fout, S. Roberts, R. Lower, C. Weidner, J. Hogston.
Row 1: D. Kuntz, vice pres., S. Bell, recording sec., A. Dalmy,
pres., J. Wiant, cor. sec.: R. Voss, treas. Row 2: C. Murphy,
K. Flynn, S. Johnston, S. Wade, J. Baird, S. Bartels, D.
Prince, M. Jackson, S. Cheek, J. Yaw, S. Story, L. Sheppard,
C. Chow, J. Trott. Row 3: R. Ovitt, B. Frankeberger, D.
McNinch, T. Lammers, R. Postlethwaite, S. Jones, K.
McBurney, J. Trinter, C. Eckle, D. Kibbey, C. Turnbull, D.
Greenlee, L. Copas, M. Heath, C. Violet, J. Underwood. Row
4: J. Music, M. Robb, D. Noble, G. Brown, C. Mawhirter, D.
Penzone, J. Breult, R. Albright, S. Croft, F. Prince, D. Cald-
well, D. Barr, S. Price, S. Wooster, G. Sieg. Row 5: Mr.
Dupre, M. Demos, K. F1-ankeberger, D. Lindsay, E. Hoover,
B. Jones, S. Hoover, A. Meinhold, D. Geib, J. Johnston, T.
Thickstun, T. Grant, J. Poling.
The Student Council provides a greater opportunity for self-opportunity
for self-government and experiences in democratic practices, it creates and
fosters a spirit of understanding and co-operation between the students and
faculty, and it provides an opportunity for student expression concerning
school matters, it promotes the general welfare of the school and community.
The Student Court makes up the Judicial body
of North's student government. It is composed of
eleven seniors elected by the student body. They are
a chief justice, seven judges, two clerks and two
bailiffs who judge cases brought before the court.
The court meets every day the fourth period with
Mr. Richards as advisor.
Among its activities, the court decorates the
stage for Baccalaureate with flowers every year and
sells assignment notebooks to students at the begin-
ning of the school year.
STUDENT COURT - Row 1: K. Saslaw, B. Herbert, F.
Walker. Row 2: L. Bishop, D. Dunleavy, Y. Fowler, P.
Hackler. Row 3: P. McNeal, S. Irwin, K. Walters, J. Barker.
Row 1: Mrs. Hoh, Advisor, J. Moore, S. Jones, D. Dunleavy
Treas.g D. Greenlee, V-Pres., K. Mcllurney, Pres., P. Murdock
Secy., B. Herbert, K. Saslaw, T. Lammers. Row 2: D. llasich
J. Haley, L. llishop, P. Gallo, J. Hanks, D. George, C. Oldaker,
V. Hanes. J. Underwood, N. Morgan, J. Olexa, C. Jones, C.
Moore, T. Garner, L. Campbell, J. Williams, ll. Coffey, C. Sprit.
Row 3: J. Gilkerson, ll. Walker, A. Unseld, C. Ward, J.
Tumblin, J. llucklew, F. Walker, M. Leyshon, K. Rower, M
Warren, S. Hertz, K. Morgan, D. Ballog, L. llaird, D. DeVault,
N. Swanson, K. Hively, L. Heddleston, C. Chow, P. Stewart,
Y-Teens supervise the refreshment stand at Orginc.
D. Ellison. Row 4: M. Williams, M. Moots, K. Puskac, J.
Spaulding, T. Messer, M. Davis, L. Nevius, D. Angle, N.
Hunter, S. Wilson, L. Perkins, M. llarton, V. Sutton, D. Fitch
J. Wiant, Il. Dye, 13. Foutz, ll. Frankeliurger, K. Lovell, J.
Schaer. Row 5: K. Cain, D. Nichols, V. Meyer, R. Quitt, S.
Scadden, S. Jordan, P. Hackler, D. Sidwell, L. Hope, L.
McConnell, ll. Blair, 13. Kitchen, J. Trinter, S. Hell, C. Eckle,
L. Couch, J. Harbauer, N. Adams, J. Chapman, L. Anthony,
D. McNinch, T. Cromer.
The Young Women's Christian Association, a
movement noted in the Christian faith, seeks to
respo11d to the barrier-breaking love of God in
this day. The association draws together into
,. responsible memberships, women and girls of
, diverse experiences and faiths, that their lives
lj may be open to new understanding and deeper
1 relationships and that together they may join in
p. the struggle for peace. The officers this year were
Kathy McBurney, President, Diana Greenlee, Vice
' President, Pat Murdock, Secretary, Debby Dun-
leavy, Treasurer: and Holly Barnhouse, Member
at Large. The committee chairmen were Barbie
Herbert, Stephanie Jones, Marcia Heath, Jama
Olexa, Karen Saslaw, Thea Lammers, Janice
Underwood, Molly Heilman, and Diane Basich.
The advisor was Mrs. Hoh. Among other things,
this year's program included a style show, a
movie, a Christmas program and many interest-
Row 1: Mrs. Holi, H. Rarnhouse, M. Heilman, M. Heath. Row
2: L. Burton, S. Johnston, J. llaird, L. Martin, L. Gillenwater,
K. Thomas, J. Raidiger, C. Hayes, R. Summers, D. Gray, R.
Bevan, M. Thornton, S. Story, J. Trott, C. Dalton, L. Fox,
P. DeFluiter, K. Pensyl, D. Sowers, K. Lucas, E. Wiant, T.
Starret. Row 3: N. Deal, J. Woodard, S. Luckett, A. Hatfield,
P. Whitmer, K. Flynn, K. Schaffer, D. Thompson, D. Williams,
M. Fortin, I. Manes, R. Lecco, S. Wenger, B. Wagener, D.
Newell, M. Taylor, N. DempSf-JY, C- 003211, K- P1'9St0T1, R-
Brobst, E. Woody, K. Weakley, T. Hatfield, D. Lee.Row 4: D.
Bullock, C. Violet, S. Stouffer, D. Porter, M- Kldnef, J-
Scadden, J. Pyle, A. Hart, L. Pfaltzgraf, J. Larson, N. Evans,
K. Grice, T. Miller, lVI. Grundy, J. Cantlon, J. Mushrush, D.
Forrest, B. Schoby, J. Keyser, P. Betz, D. Shuherk, S. Fisher,
Row 1: R. Melnyk, L. Bowman, J. Mihalka, J. Fishman. Row 2: S.
Daugherty, P. Cooper, manager, Mr. Dupre.
Many of the unsung heroes of North High School are
those boys and advisor, Mr. Dupre, of the stage crew. This
crew has the responsibility of handling the technicalities of
assemblies and working back stage during the Fall and
Row 1: T. Gygi, R. Nichols, C. Thompson, P. Shannon, L.
George, L. Miller, L. Franz, N. Beetham, M. Jackson, S. Rose,
N. Bartoe, V. McNinch, C. Sageser, K. Greene, M. Scarberry,
S. Gillenwater, J. Yaw, S. Story, T. Rond, D. Kaurich, A
Hughes, S. Wade. Row 2: Mrs. Hoh, J. Hunter, B. Bolon, si
Bazler, L. Bianco, S. Murphy, K. Thickstun, M. Hittle, T. Hebb
D. Hawk, K. Chaffin, B. Hurshman, M. Ellis, L. Hurshman
D. Parker, M. Packard, P. Young, S. Copas, S. Pinkerton, R
Walker, T. Rouse, S. Nelson, P. Leesburg, M. Heddleston
C. Downs. Row 3: D. Hylton, C. Dupler, V. Jelis, D. Kibbey,
C. Kruse, B. Mullins, B. Blackburn, L. Knox, S. Barrows, B
Hale, K. Jones, B. Simpson, J. Boynton, M. Ray, C. Turnbull,
L. Power, L. Wolerly, B. Thacker, D. Prince.
Row 1: J. Johnston, N. Ring, M. Tieman, D. Basich. Row 2: N. Dempsey, R.
Morgan, T. Starrett, D. Dunleavy, V. Bucklew, N. Deal. Row 3: N. Morgan,
M. Warren, N. Evans, S. Wolery, B. Walker, C. Jones, B. Meyers. Row 4: T.
Dunleavy, B. Houch, M. Garrabrant, B. Lyons, S. Scanlon, K. Ward.
The art club was established for the purpose of making students aware of the
advancements in art. Anyone interested in art is eligible for the art club. This year the
art club took a trip to Washington, D.C. and had many interesting speakers involved in
the field of art. The officers were: Michael Tieman, President, John Randal, Vice Presi-
dent, Diane Basich, Secretary, and John Johnson, Sergeant at Arms. The advisor is
Students interested in art often take a ten-period, one credit, course in Advanced
Art. In this class students do some of the things the beginning art classes do and
expand into new areas such as oil painting. The advanced art class is open to anyone
maintaining a relatively high grade average in beginning art and receiving approval from
the art teacher, Miss Eastwood.
The art helpers are a small group of students who attend art classes to help Miss
Eastwood by taking attendance, passing out art supplies and running errands.
Row 1: M. Warren, K. Weakley, J. Nation. Row 2: K.
Ford, L. McConnell, N. Ring, B. Walker, B. Meyers. Row
3: J. Dunning, M. Tieman, B. Lyons, J. Johnston.
Row 1: S. Jones, N. Evans, S. Luckett, T. Starrett. Row
2: Miss Eastwood, M. Tieman, S. Scanlon.
Row 1: T. Starner, vice-pres.: C, Hale, pres., P. Salvatore,
treas. Row 2: S. Holdron, M. Kidner, L. Stockstill, J. Strunk,
V. Barnhart, P. Rookard. Row 3: J. Fulkner, H. Wood, J.
Lewis, Mr. Briggs, advisor. Row 4: M. Moore, J. Woolever,
M. Crist, D. Miser.
This club consists of students who go to
school a half day and work a half day. They
gain valuable experience in retail merchan-
dising which will help them in their careers
if they Wish to choose this occupation.
Row 1: F. Prince, treas.g L. Gillenwater, pres.: D. Smith,
vice-pres., R. Bell, sec. Row 2: J. Davis, K. Pensyl, J. Pyle,
L. West, J. McKenzie, P. Stewart. Row 3: R. Clemens, L.
Scites, L. Barkley, B. McMann, B. Yoho. Row 4: D. Polock,
H. Willis, D. Taylor, Mr. Briggs, advisor.
This club is made up of seniors and selected
juniors who are majoring in graphic arts.
They make signs for various organizations
and school functions. Some of the activities
for which they have given their time were
Orginc, Belle and Beau, and Memory Lane.
They also made the schedule signs which are
found in most of the classrooms.
Row 1: J. Breault, J. Stilson, D. Darnell, T. Poulson, L. Walle1'. Row 2: D. Lindsay,
J. Duncan, D. Kuntz, S. Hoover, J. Dutcher, D. Geib, Mr. Barnetson.
BFTTY LAMP CLUB - Row 1: C. Trittipo, rec. chmn.g
D Jones, sec., K. Bell, pres., T. Messer, vice-pres., M.
Gardiner, soc. chmn. Row 2: Mrs. Robb, advisor, S. Cheek,
B Webln, S. Rose, S. Luckett, P. Clayton, S. Stouffer, C.
Gallagher, Mrs. Holt, advisor. Row 3: C. Wenver, V. McNinch,
L Workman, R. Summers, B. Tucker, E. Torr, V. Hanes, D.
To grow spiritually and to lead young people
to Christ is the aim and purpose of the Bible Club.
Bible study, group singing, scripture reading and
worship are all part of the early morning sessions.
Spaulding, J. Willman. Row 4: V. Sells, B. Diggs, K. Puskac
A. Hart, P. Betz, S. Jordan, S. Barrows, S. Fisher, L. Nevius
J. Scadden. Row 5: D. Shuherk, L. Lewis, B. Mullins, S
Mullins, S. Munk, G. Weisheimer, M. Davis, D. Kibbey, B
Hale, K. Cain, B. Kitchen, D. Sidwell.
The Betty Lamp Club is an organization for
girls interested in home economics. The only
requirement is that each girl is taking or has
taken at least one year of home economics.
Through club meetings, parties, discussion groups
and club committees, girls in Betty Lamp learn
to be better homemakers and better rounded
Supervising the Betty Lamp Club this year
were Mrs. Robb and Mrs. Holt.
BIBLE CLUB -- Row 1: Mrs. Robb, C. Jobe, D. Hull, M. Davis, J. Faulkner. Row 2: J.
Banks, C. Lowe, C. Wilson, R. Stengle.
Row 1: G. Downey, t1'eas.g A. Hart, v. pres., M. Fishman, pres., K. Bell, sec., G. Watson,
prog. dir. Row 2: T. Kirkland, A. Hope, T. Dunleavy, D. Steva.
The cafeteria helpers add a
great service to North High
School. These students serve
as cashiers, serve at the snack
bar, work at steam tables, and
as dishwashers, and help
serve food in the cafeteria
These students work two
periods a day and receive
lunch for the work they have
Left to right: Mr. Morrison, K. Dalton, F. Walker, P. DeFluiter, K. Thomas, M. Lephart,
K. Pensyl, B. Jones, B. Swift, C. Holiday, S. Hunt, D. Lofland, K. Grice, J. Pyle.
The History Club was
founded four years ago to
develop a better understand-
ing of peoples all around the
world and to learn about their
governments. This year, under
the direction of Mr. Darn-
brough, the History Club had
a bake sale to raise money
for a field trip to see parts
Row 1: C. Thomas, C. Pullen, M. Hittle, K. Koo, Marcia Baker. Row 2: C. Dailey, D.
Appleman, V. Williams, L. Power, C. Lowe, D. George, V. Gill. Row 3: J. O'Donald, C.
Clemmons, D. Miller, J. Tumblin, P. Tepper, P. Rine. Row 4: C. Messer, O. Miller, E.
Miller, R. Statt, W. Harris, A. Moore, J. Music, J. Proffit.
The Safety Council proved
itself very useful this year.
Under the direction of Mr.
Morrison the members of the
Safety Council conducted a
safety check at the beginning
of the year. To aid safety in
driving, they sent Christmas
cards to people they felt could
show improvement in their
driving and made a first aid
kit for the Driver's Ed. car.
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Row 1: W. Miller, V-Pres., A. Stewart, Pres.g Murphy, M. Barber, T. Grant, D. Washburn,
D. Watkins, Secy.-Treas. Row 2: M. Denino, R, Stengel, R, Lauer, Row 5: M, Ebel-19, E,
T- Gygi, D- COX, R- M01'g211'1, S- GiU9I1W21t61', Johnson, D. Buchman, M. Loy, G. Warrix,
S. Bartels. Row 3: N. Deal, V. Kimbro, S. W. Hoyer, J, Poling, J,Sa1ye1',
Lee, P. Gygi, B. Miller, B. Kitchen. Row 4: E.
To become acquainted with the traditions and
customs of the German people is what the German
Club tries to accomplish. Singing German songs,
speaking German, and seeing movies are just a
few of the activities German Club members
participate in. This year the German Club saw the
presentation of the Vienna Choir Boys.
French Club consisting of approximately 75
members was active this year. At one of their
meetings they featured a speaker who was a
French student at Ohio State. Every year the
French clubs around the city have an all-city
banquet at the Ohio Union and this year North's
club was in charge of the decorations for this
FRENCH CLUB - Row 1: L. Frasch, B. Blair, pres.:
J. Gilkerson, sec., J. Pardo, Sgt.-at-arms. Row 2: R
Heck, M. Hange, P. Young, J. Haley, D. Basich, J
Olexa, P. Kim, C. Ward, J. Tumblin, L. Long, C. Chow.
Row 3: Mrs. Sherman, T. Hatfield, C. Loewe, B
Frankeburger, D. Dunleavy, S. Foureman, K. Pensyl
K. Dalton, S. Kulick, N. Smith, R. Chevrier, S. Hertz
J. Woodard. Row 4: M. Hittle, P. Murdock, N. Evans
J. Larson, L. Couch, D. Sidwell, G. Weishiemer, J
Harbauer, N. Bryant, E. Brown, J. Trinter, D. Heffle-
finger, A. Hatfield. Row 5: E. Woody, G. Brown, L
Springer, P. Pyle, R. Young, L. Blair, M. Bowen, D
Aldenderfer, D. McCaskey, D. Erickson, L. Blair.
SPANISH CLUB Row 1 M Levshon sgt at arms,
Y Fowler sec K Bowe1,p1es K Flynn VICQ ples
J House tleas Row 2 Mrs B3I'I1l11Z61 advlsor S
Johnson K Thomas J Woodald C Wald J Bucklevx
K Koo, L Bope P W1ll18.l1lS S Luckett L Balrd
D W1ant,H Barnhouse J Tlott Row 3 P Whltmer
B Hurshman R R1cha1ds W M1l1e1 S 1'1sher K
McBu1ney C Lowe B Bolon, D Steva, S P1nke1ton
The North Hlgh Spamsh Club held many
lnterestmg and emoyable meetmgs tluoughout
the school yea1 Among these we1e a p1cn1c held
1n the eally fall and 'L Chllstrnas party M15
Barnhlzer IS thls yea1 s advlsor
S Fltzgerald J Banks T Garner D Cramer Row 4
P DeFlu1ter, M Heath M Merz D Bendure T
Messe1,D McN1nch J Chapman S Jo1dan C Eckle
D N1chols L Anthony, N Adams C Sageser C
Banks M Heddleston Row 5 M Moots J Mushrush
B Mulhns T Falco C Buenrung K Lammers J
M1l1e1 D Hlnes J Tummer D Hohwald S Dow,
L NGVIUS C P11ce,K Tlnckstun
Aftel the Septembel 1n1t1at1on, Ve1g1han
Club members wo1ked hald to promote the-11
act1v1t1es In November and Feb1ua1y they en
Joyed talks glven by well known classlcal language
professols Most of the 60 members went to three
chfferent Junlor hlgh schools 1n the al ea to explaln
the functlons of the Verglhan Club
Row 1 D Sellers sgt at arms S Lee sec V
Sutton pres B Helbert v1ce pres J Johnston
treas M Slegle program chmn Row 2 Mls
DeWees S Wade, M Gememhardt C Downs N
Dempsey V Bucklew P Mart1n C Hayes Row
3 M Warren S Hertz J Yaw L Ensmlnger M
Ray L Walely C Turnbull, B Slmpson S Story
Row 4 S Cataland C Hart J Smelker R Rlch
wlne P Pyle, D Sealls P DeFord J Harr1s,G
House, M Burkholdel C Brown, B Young, T
Kukland Row 5 J Parks M Demos J Durrett,
R Bond R Hmes K Frankeberger, D Buchman,
W Coleman M Creasap, J Dltmar, M Davxs
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Bass Clef Club
Row 1: Mauricio Bowen, Jr. Rep., Jack Raidiger, Secy.g Steve Kirby, Pres., Rodger
Voss, V-Pres., Lewis Frasch, Treas.g Steve Roberts, Sgt. at Arms. Row 2: Mr. Dale,
Dave Cabell, Carl Chevellard, Tom Schneider, Rodger Hines, Kim Bell. Row 3: Tom
Falco, Ebby Brewer, Harry Welsh, Bob Wohlers, Ted Kitzmillerf Gary Seig. Row 4:
Dave Erickson, Dave Slonaker, Mike Barber, Don Hines, Larry Blair, John Rohe,
The Bass Clef Club, being one of the newer
organizations at North, is made up of boys
who are members of the instrumental music
department. At Christmas, the club sponsors
a special party for the members of the Bass
Clef and Clef Club and their alumni. Steve
Kirby served as president of Bass Clef Club
and Mr. Dale is the adviser.
The Clef Club is an organization for the
girls who are a member of Band, Orchestra,
or Cadet Band. The purpose of this club is to
bring together those girls involved in instru-
mental music with the idea of providing
social activities and community projects, in
which they can participate throughout the
year. Along with the Bass Clef Club, Clef
Club is responsible for the planning of the
Turnabout Dance in March.
Row 1: Kathy Bower, Sgt. at Arms, Pat Hackler, Secy.g Jane Trinter, Pres., Linda
Bope, V-Pres., Yvonne Fowler, Treas.g Linda Sheppard, Sgt. at Arms. Row 2: Barbie
Herbert, Sharon Gillenwater, Lynn Campbell, Sue Bazler, Carolyn Banks, Donna Link,
Mitzi Moss, Chris Kruse, Sandra Luckett. Row 3: Caroline Chow, Julie Raidiger,
Marilyn Gemeinhardt, Ann Hatfield, Sandy Foureman, Suzanne Luckett, Edith Woody,
Cynthia Clemmons, Jane Bucklew, Linda Long, Linda Bishop. Row 4: Francene Walker,
Vickie Kimbro, Carol Price, Marcia Heath, Leslie McCreary, Carole Ward, Donna Angle,
Pam Hershner, Laura Ensminger, Cindy Violet, Pam See. Row 5: Mr. Dale, Brenda
Blair, Meara Merz, Roberta Chevier, Bobby Mullins, Diane Hamilton, Donna Heffle-
finger, Jill Oehler, Jeri Hardesty, Virginia Sutton-, Becky Hurshman.
Row 1: J. Trinter, C. Price, C. Kruse, P. Hackler, C. Brown,
J. Oehler, V. Sutton, L. Campbell, M. Gemeinhardt. Row 2:
L. Frasch, L. Bope, B. Blair, L. Bishop, B. Herbert, G. House,
K. Bell, E. Fluty, E. Durr, D. Hawk, T. Falco, C. Chow, L.
Long, S. Bazler, A. Hatfield, S. Foureman, D. Hamilton. Row
3: E. Woody, R. Hines, R. Chevrier, J, Luckett, C. Clemmons,
T. Schneider, T. Kitzmiller, M. Merz, R. Leatherman, D.
Heffelfinger, R. Voss, G. Sieg. Row 4: L. Bianco, S. Luckett,
S. Gillenwater, M. Barber, K. Pierce, J. Smelker, L. Scales, J.
Smelker, M. Bankes, J. Rohe, J. Callahan, S. Roberts. Row 5:
C. Banks, D. Angle, M. Moss, M. Heath, E. Brewer, Mr. Dale,
J. Cassell, T. Grant, D. Link, F. Fickel, B. Mullins, C. Violet,
F. Walker, R. Thacker, K. Scott, P. See, M. Bowen, L.
Ensminger, C. Jobe, J. Hardesty, C. Chevallard. Row 6: C.
Cremean, D. Cabell, L. McCreary, D. Welsh, F. Hutchison, A.
Linebaugh, L. Blair, B. Severance, J. Raidiger, G. Mullens,
M. Link, D. Slonaker, D. Hines, S. Kirby.
Two Weeks before school started, North High neighbors were
M aj orettes
The North High Majorettes are
selected in early spring and are picked
on the basis of their ability, personality,
appearance and their scholastic rating.
The majorettes practice during the sum-
mer and two weeks before school starts
they practice every day. The majorettes
write up their own routines to be pre-
sented with the band.
awakened every morning about eight o'clock. It was North's March-
ing Band preparing for the coming football season. The band
accompanied the football team to all of the games and livened up
the halftime proceedings for the loyal fans.
During the course of the year the band had many projects.
After football season, they sold candy for new instruments and
uniforms. Later in the year the Concert Band presented their
Winter and Spring concerts. The band also took part in the annual
O.M.E.A. band contest. Skilled individuals from the band partici-
pated in the annual P.T.A. Music Festival at St. John Arena also.
As a climax of the year, the band helped the senior class throughout
the graduation ceremony.
Left to right: J. Raidiger, K. Bracaloni, M. Heddleston.
ORCHESTRA - Row 1: M. Eberle, J. Bucklew, U. Kimbro,
C. Chow, P. Hershner, C. Banks, C. Ward. Row 2: K. Bell,
J. Raidiger, S. Adams, S. Mace, C. Kruse, E. Fowler, V.
Bucklew, C. Knott. Row 3: L. Ensminger, K. Fears, B.
Mullins, L. Scales, D. Angle, B. Hershner, C. Clemens, G.
House, L. Bope, S. Foureman, D. Hamilton, D. Erickson, S
Roberts, D. Barr, M. Link, D. Hines. Row 4: Mr. Dale, D
Cabel, B. Wohlers, F. Hutchinson, D. Welch, P. See, D
Heffelfinger, M. Bowen, R. Thacker, F. Walker, C. Violet
T. Grant, S. Kirby.
Annually, the North High School Orchestra
busily practices for the Fall and Spring plays.
This year's orchestra decreased in size, consisting
of little more than forty individuals. Consequently,
they did not enter into the contest this year,
however, members of the orchestra Won contests
as soloists, and many won the superior rating at
the O.M.E.A. contest, continuing to uphold the
high standards of the orchestra. Members also
participated in the P.T.A. Music Festival at St.
John Arena. They also contributed to the senior
class by playing at the Baccalaureate services
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The sound that sets the mood at a pep
assembly is provided by the Polarians, North
High's dance band. The band concentrates mainly
on popular songs and contemporary jazz. Part of
the band, mainly seniors, play for proms at other
schools around central Ohio. Some of the members
of the band even play professionally. The whole
band plays for North's spring and winter concerts.
On February 10, the Polarians attended a dance
clinic held at Whitehall-Yearling High School. The
leader of this year's Polarians was Lewis Frasch.
POLARIANS - Row 1: J. Cassell, E. Brewer, L. Frash, E.
Fluty, T. Falco. Row 2: Mr. Dale, T. Grant, D. Cabel, M.
Banks, F. Anthony, C. Chevallard, S. Roberts. Row 3 D
Hines, B. Wohlers, R. Voss, G. Seig, M. Bowen, K. Scott
Row 1: J. Parks, D. Basich, S. Barnes, C. Moore, J. Raidiger,
H. Barnhouse, C. Chevellard, K. Saslaw, S. Lawson, R. Heck
S. Price. Row 2: A. Unseld, P. McNeal, K. Morgan, R. Voss,
L. Sheppard, F. Heldebrand, L. Bishop, S. Kostas, A
The Mixed Ensemble is the elite
group of the vocal music department.
Tryouts are held each year and the
members must also be members of
the Senior Choir. The mixed ensemble
also takes many professional singing
engagements throughout the year.
The Boys' and Girls' ensembles are
made up of the members of the Mixed
Ensemble. This year North's ensem-
bles competed in the annual O.M.E.A.
solo and ensemble contest, entering
seven ensemble combinations. Tri-
umphantly, all seven ensembles won
the superior rating, a truly outstand-
Stewart, L. Daniels, S. Hertz. Row 3: M. Ray, W. Miller,
J. Johnston, P. Haclcler, L. Anthony, G. Thomas, J. Wiant,
D. Anthony, D. G1'eenlee.
Seated: P. Hackler, Sec., S. Price, Sgt.-at-Arms, A
Stewart, acc. Row 1: L. Campbell, J. Raidiger, K.
Saslaw, B. Herbert, S. Bishop, J. Underwood, M
Leyshon, J. Woodard, K. Dalton, S. Kulick, L. Sheppard
A. Hatfield. Row 2: M. Moots, M. Heath, A. Unseld, K.
Bower, W. Miller, T. Lannners, S. Jones, J. Roadarmel
J. Schaer, K. McBurner, L. Anthony, Y. Fowler, M
Heilman, M. Barton. Row 3: S. Bell, J. Larson, P
Vance, C. Chevallard, J. House, J. Dunning, B. Rich-
wine, P. Pyle, S. Barnes, P. McNeal. Row 4: D. Forrest
B. Blair, D. Aldenderfer, J. Durrett, F. Hildebrand, L
Daniels, S. Kostas, J. Burchinal, J. Johnston, T. Herron
D. Anthony, A. Meinhold.
The Senior Choir is one of North's largest organi-
zations. This year a full 110 Voices filled the halls. The
choir is also one of the most active groups here at
Northg it sings for many assemblies, the Winter and
Spring concerts, on the radio, for the annual P.T.A.
Music Festival at St. John Arena, and the Baccalaureate
and Graduation ceremony. The Choir also participates
in the O.M.E.A. contests with a traditional background
of superior ratings.
The Junior Choir is the preparatory and last step
before entering the Senior Choir. The J unior Choir
meets fourth period in Room 300 Monday and Wednes-
day and presents an impressive sight and performance
at the Spring Concerts.
Seated: J. Raidiger, Pres., D. Greenlee, V-Pres., M.
Adkins, Sgt-at-Arms, B. Dye, Treas. Row 1: C. Price,
D. Hylton, D. Ballog, D. Basich, C. Moore, C. Chow, M.
Hange. Row 2: J. Wiant, R. Chevrier, M. Fishman, T.
Miller, N. Adams, D. Dunleavy, B. Foutz, K. Morgan,
S. Hertz, J. Wilson, S. Foureman. Row 3: C. Burnning,
J. Parks, M. Eberle, C. Knott, J. Manter, D. Erickson,
C. Brown, J. Callahan, D. McKenzie, P. Herschner, D.
Hamilton, B. Walker. Row 4: B. Jones, R. Ingram, G.
Thomas, J. Rohe, L. Scales, J. Trimmer, E. Bolin, A.
Dalmy, R. Voss, D. Barr, B. Morris, L. Miller.
Row 1: S. Story, S. Morris, S. Patrick, S. Bartels, S.
Gillenwater, L. Conner, J. Baird, S. Story, C, Sageser,
B. Hurshman, L. Fox, D. George, C. Oldaker, C. Violet,
M. Starrett, B. Bolen, C. McCabe, K. Thickstun, T.
Starrett, J. Yaw, L. Martin, L. Burton, L. George, J.
Trott. Row 2: D. Williams, L. Copas, T. Ma, C. Jobe, J.
Mushrusli, S. Barrows, L. Cunningham, M. Williams,
L. Hurshman, L. Ensminger, S. Pinkerton, S. Mink, B.
Wagner, J. Cantlon, B. Frankeberger, N. Hunter, S.
Stouffer, B. Simpson, S. Wilson, M. Fortin, R. Lecco,
E. Woody. Row 3: J. Bounton, D. Shuherk, T. Cassill,
C. Hart, J. Wagener, B. Cope, M. Bankes, P. DeFord,
J. Bordner, T. Schneider, J. Duncan, G. Brown, C.
Caulkins, T. Hatfield, B. Ricliwine, J. Dean, J. Payne,
P. Vance, S. Kowalsky, P. Lee. Row 4: C. Compson, D.
Nichols, R. Billingsley, S. Ijams, R. de Jolsvay, M.
Motley, D. Likens, K. Frankeberger, E. Flutty, B.
Ingram, D. Thompson, J. Kuntz, J. Parsley, J. Stewart,
C. Cremean, B. Ingram, T. Dunleavy, S. Jordan, C.
Turnbull, M. Ray, R. Bell.
Row 1: J. Trott, C. Dalton, K. Pensyl, S. Johnston, P. Lee, N.
Deal, L. Thomas, D. Watson, S. Miller, P. Williams, L. George,
P. Shannora, L. Miller, S. Patrick, S. Gillenwater, C. Young.
Row 2: I. Manes, L. Martin, T. Gygi, M. Tabler, K. Thickstun,
M. Starrett, M. Jackson, P. Van Horn, T. Ma, V. Nixten, L.
Jr. Girls Glee
Junior Girls' Glee is composed of juniors and
selected sophomores and is a major step on the
way to becoming a member of Senior Girls' Glee.
Combining with Senior Girls' Glee, Junior Girls'
Glee performs at contests and concerts.
Fox, A. Hatfield, V. Hanes, M. Fortin, R. Lecco, F. Walker, S.
Kulick, D. Bendure. Row 3: V. Sells, C. McCabe, R. Gregories,
C. Turnbull, D. Kibbey, C. Compson, J. Larson, D. Harris, L.
Barkley, T. Cromer, S. Quinton, C. Turnbull, B. Mullins, R.
Bell, S. Mace, D. Steva, L. Copas.
Sr. Girls Glee
Girls in Senior Girls' Glee are members of
Junior or Senior Choir. These girls perform at
North's assemblies and sing at the Spring Concert
each year. Senior Girls' Glee represent North at
the district and state music contests. This group
meets every Tuesday and Thursday, in addition to
early morning 1'ehearsal, during the busy weeks
before concerts and contests.
Row 1: M. Ray, B. Dye, C. Moore, W. Miller, S. Hertz. Row 2:
L. Campbell, L. George, C. Oldaker, T. Hatfield, D. Ballog, J.
Woodard, A. Hatfield, K. Bell, M. Williams, B. Harshman, C.
Price, J. Yaw, V. Kimbro, T. Starrett, E. Wiant, L. Bishop,
B. Herbert, L. Conner, L. Burton, S. Story. Row 3: M. Hange,
H. Barnhouse, M. Leyshon, D. George, R. Lecco, E. Woody, M.
Heath, S. Stouffer, R. Heck, D. Greenlee, K. Morgan, B. Simp-
son, M. Moots, C. Violet, B. Walker, S. Kulick, K. Dalton, L.
Sheppard, C. Ward, K. Saslaw. Row 4: B. Bolon, S. Jones, D.
Dunleavy, B. Foutz, B. Wagener, J. Roadarmel, J. Mushrush,
J. Wilson, K. McBurney, M. Burton, S. Wilson, D. DeVault, T.
Lammers, M. Kidner, J. Wiant, P. Hackler, L. Copas, K.
Bowers, A. Unseld, J. Underwood. Row 5: B. Frankeberger, L.
Anthony, M. Heilman, M. Fishman, D. McNinch, P. Hershner,
B. Morris, L. Couch, L. Miller, D. Nichols, S. Jordan, N. Evans,
J. Larson, D. Forrest, S. Bell, T. Miller, N. Adams, Y. Fowler,
J. Cantlon, J. Schaer. -
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Row 1: T. Cassill, K. Rose, G. Kruger, D. Leinley, M. Cassell,
F. Porath, G. Brown, K. Ward, C. Woolever, T. Dean, K.
Himmelberger, R. Fruits, P. Casbarro. Row 2: D. Noble, C.
Caulkins, L. Pence, D. Hawk, S. Ijams, C. Hessinger, G.
Waggoner, R. King, R. Gammon, T. Ke1'wood, R. Delolsvay, B.
Jr. Boys Glee
Junior Boys' Glee is the last preparatory step
for admission into the Senior Boys' Glee. It is
made up mostly of sophomores and juniors. They
use the same music as Senior Glee and perform in
the Christmas Assembly.
Cope, R. Billingsley, S. McClintock, T. McTurner. Row 3: K.
Bullock, D. Faten, L. Stephenson, T. Stephenson, J. Keller, N.
Lyons, M. Garrabrant, R. Lester, J. Albott, W. Hoyer, M.
Hittle, L. Daniels, J. Stewart, B. Lease, D. McCaskey.
r. Boys Glee
The Senior Boys' Glee consisted of approxi-
mately 65 juniors and seniors with the addition
of a few extra talented sophomores to round out
the g'roup's sound. Many members of the club are
also members of the choirs and mixed ensemble.
During the year it gave performances at school
assemblies and participated in the annual Vocal
Row 1: A. Meinhold, Treas.g P. McNeal, Secy.g R. Voss, Pres.,
J. Johnston, V-Pres., L. Ensminger, Accomp. Row 2: J.
Wagner, J. Raidiger, T. Schneider, J. Dunning, S. Lawson, C.
Brown, J. Bordner, M. Siegle, J. Callahan, C. Chevallard, D.
McKenzie, P. Vance, C. Hart. Row 3: T. Hatfield, B. Richwine,
C. Mawhirter, J. Manter, J. Parsley, D. Erickson, J. House, S.
Barnes, P. Pyle, C. Knott, D. Likens, M. Motley, M. Bankes,
L. Conner. Row 4: J. Parks, C. Buenning, M. Eberle, L. Daniels,
M. Adkins, E. Bolin, R. Fout, D, McCaskey, J. Durrett, L.
Scales, P. Holbrook, D. Caldwell, D. Aldenderfer, E. Holloway.
Row 5: F. Hildebrand, S. Kostas, J. Burchinal, D. Anthony, D.
Thompson, R. Lester, R. Jones, R. Ingram, D. Kidd, J. Kuntz,
G. Thomas, J. Rohe, T. Herron.
Queen Caroline as she is piesented the traditional bouquet of mums by Senior Class
President Sam Puce is escoited to the car nith S'1lTl'S aid . . . and as she takes her
HCMECOMI G 196
The student body of North chose five
lovely girls to reign over the 1967 Home-
coming game and dance. The Homecoming
cou1't with their escorts were Caroline Chow,
escorted by Lewis Frasch, Terry Garner,
escorted by Rodger Voss, Diana Greenlee,
escorted by Steve Kirby, Kathy Hively,
escorted by Kent Walters, and Joan Wiant,
escorted by Steve Irwin. Only one could be
chosen the queen, and that one was Caroline
Chow. The girls were escorted onto the field
during the pre-game ceremonies where
Caroline was crowned by the 1966 Home-
coming queen, Karen Blackburn. Despite the
sprinkling rain, she took her triumphant ride
around the football field before taking her
place on the platform along with her court.
The top ten for Homecom-
ing from left to right: Row
1: Caroline Chow, Karen Sas-
law, Linda Sheppard, Kathy
Hively, Terry Garner. Row 2:
Diana Greenlee, Patricia
Hackler, Sandy Bell, Joan
Wiant, Kathy McBurney.
Sitting under the umbrellas to see the game are from left to right: Terry Garner, Diana
Greenlee, 1966 Homecoming queen, Karen Blackburn, this yea1"s queen, Caroline Chow,
Kathy Hively, and Joan Wiant.
Couples dance to the music provided by the West High School dance band.
The queen and her court toss coins into the fountain at the dance
Preparing their ties for the tie contest at this year's Turnabout dance are
left to rightg Brenda Frankeberger and Mike Adkins 5 Laura Nevius and Roger
Vossg Carol Price and Steve Roberts.
This year's Turnabout dance was held on March 8, with the theme of
Rue de Rivoli. In the center of the dance floor was an imitation of the
famous Kiosk. Around the outside where the tables were located, little
fences gave the effect of a sidewalk cafe. Music was provided by Mr. Dale's
band, Tommy Dale's Band. The program included a tie contest judged by
the combined efforts of Miss Gregg, Mr. Needles, Mrs. Sherman, and Mr.
Sherman. Winner of the grand prize was Lloyd Stephenson with tie creater
Diane Forrest. Other prizes were given for such things as the most creative
and the most appropriate.
THE BELLE AND BEAU PROM
The thirteenth annual Belle and Beau
prom was held at Valley Dale on January 26.
The prom was sponsored by the Social and
Recreational Council with the theme of
"Hawaiian Sunset." The emcee for the dance
was John Parks, Social Rec. President. Mem-
bers of the Beau Court were Dean Barr,
Adam Dalmy, Tim Grant, Jeff Johnston and
Dave Lindsay. Caroline Chow, Homecoming
Queen, announced the 1968 Beau, Dean Barr.
The entire court was then serenaded by the
Mixed and Girls Ensemble. Music for the
entire evening' of dancing was provided by
Chuck Selby and his band. The Belle and
Beau prom was a very enjoyable evening for
all of those who attended.
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The top ten boys for the Belle and Beau are, from left to right: Row 1 - Adam Dalmy,
Dean Bar1', Tim Grant, Sam Price, Jack Raidiger. Row 2 - Steve Irwin, Dave Lindsay,
John Fisher, Jeff Johnston, Palmer McNeal.
The Beau Court with their dates are, from left to right: Dean Barr and Barbara Dyeg
Adam Dalmy and Diane DeVaultg Tim Grant and Becky Kitchen, Jeff Johnston and
Mary Bartong Dave Lindsay and Sally Story.
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The second annual U.S.O. project, sponsored by
the Student Council, was held in November. The main
goal of the project was to supply paperback books and
pencils for armed forces personnel leaving from Port
Columbus. North students contributed 12,546 books
and 1,429 pencils. Mrs. Betty Agler accepted the
presentation from Adam Dalmy, Student Council
President, on behalf of the United Service Organization
in a special assembly.
Seated from left to right: T. Lammers, S. Iiice L Sheppaid Standm fiom left to
right: T. Thickstun, T. Grant, A. Meinhold, C luennmg L Nexiue C Cliexallaicl
Fall Play-"The Little Foxes"
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Sam Price ..........
Tim Grant ........
Chip Buemiing .....
Laura Nevius ......
And they get all the C1 ecllt' Membele
North pxesented 1ts annual fall play The
L1tt1e Foxes 011 Novembe1 17 1967 Its
settlng IS IH '1 Southe1n town a1ound 1900
The etoly 1S settled 'uound tl1e Hubba1d
f'1m1ly and deals w1tl1 tl1e pmblems of the
wealtl1y 1n tl1e South at th1s t1me Two
membe1s of the clst we1e appefmnff f01 the
second tlme lI'1 1 fall play they W816 Thea
Lammers and Sam P1106 who W616 seen 1n
The Male Ammal p1esented 111 1966
Among those wo1 kmg beh111d tl1e scenes WG18
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cha1 ge of make up Pete Coope1 m'1nage1 of
the stage c1ew, Barb ua Dye 11'l change of
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and .Tama Olex'1 1n chfuge of 1'JIOg'1'lIT1S
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Row 1: G. Mullins, B. Vansant, J. Pardo, M. Kremer, J. J, Miller, R, Tall, L, Walker, S, Wooster, Row 31 M
P211'kS, T- PO'-115011, J- Raidigeh D- B211'1'- Row 22 MF- Bowman, D. Stanley, G. Harbaugh, M. Bankes, J. Kuntz
Hendrix, Mr, Swetnam, G. Lynn, R. Lower, C. Moody, C,Ha1-1-iS,J, Sn1elke1',E, Bolin,
Row 1g L, Daniels, A. Dalmy, D. Lindsay, D KHINZ J Row 3 R Wald D Washbuin T Hatfield B Richvine
Harlor, S. Hoover. Row 2: K. Fears, R. Scott M Hittle C Weidnei R Albiight
D. Penn, J. Manter, R. Green, Pop Olmstead, Mr Kloman
This year the North High School
Football team posted a 1-'7 season under
head coach Roger Hendrix and his
assistants, Richard Swetnam and Jim
Kloman. North's only win came at the
beginning of the season over Worthing-
ton with a score of 14-13. This year the
Bears had the potential for a winning
team but they were hampered by the
injuries of players Dean Bari' and Sam
Wooster. North had several outstanding
players who received recognition. They
were: Dean Barr, most Valuable playerg
Jack Raidiger, most improved player 3
and Larry Walker and Jack Raidiger,
the coaches' award.
Mike Kremer Dean Barr A-Xdarn Dalmy
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Larry Daniels Jim Hal-lor Steve Hoover
Gerard Mullins Jaime Pardo Doug KUIWZ
Dave Lindsay Ted
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Row 1: E. Hohwald, S. Irwin, S. Morris, J. Hurley, D. Darnell
S. Dow, R. Leatherman, R. Wolfe.Row 2: R. Billingsley, D
Shepard, M. Siegle, B. Jones, W. Harris, R, Porter, H
Haygood, J. Fisher, J. Poling, J. Johnston. Row 3: S
Cross - Countr
This year's cross country team finished
the season with a total of 33 wins. In the city
meet the varsity took sixth place, while the
reserves placed first. The combined efforts
of the Varsity and the reserves earned them
a sixth place in the district meet.
Mr. Shaw, the track coach, maintains that
cross country is one of the most demanding
sports at North requiring a great deal of
stamina and determination.
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Row 1: Mr. Hendrix, T. Cassill, J. Zimmerman,
M. Siegle, U. Richwine, J. Callahan, E, Hohwald
J. Dreault, M. Bowman. Row 2: R. deJolsuay,
J. Miller, J. Harlor, M. Dankes, J. Smelker, D.
Barr, J. Raidiger, K. Hill, D. McCaskey. Row 3
C. Knott, M. Paxton, J. Wagener, M. Burkholder
K. Scott, R. Pelino, G. Brown, B. Daulton, R
Davis, R. Champe. Row 4: J. Parsley, D. Sellers
L. Scales, R. Lester, J. Casasanta, J. Flynn T
Angle, W. Wenger.
This year, North's wrestling team
ended up on the short end of a 3-8
season and was tied with Northland for
last place in the City League. The out-
standing wrestler on this year's team
was senior Dean Barr. Dean competed
in the 154-pound class and won the out-
standing wrestler award at the Gahanna
Tournament. He was also voted the
Tiger Award and Outstanding Wrestler
of the season by his teammates. John
Callahan, a junior, wrestled in the 133-
pound class and also had a winning
Dean Barr forces a near pin at Linden-McKinley.
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Row 1 M1 Kloman D Penn W Harris, B. Jones, C. Moody, Mr. Swetnam. Row 2: K.
Feais H Havgood J Bolden R Green, G. Mullins, J. Fisher, M. Hittle.
This year the North High basketball team,
coached by Mr. Kloman and Mr. Swetnam, had a
season record of 5 and 11. The Bears were hampered
by an inexperienced defense, but they were good on
the boards, with two of the squad members, Dwight
Lamar and Don Penn, being leaders in City League
scoring. The team was made up of all juniors with
the exception of seniors John Fisher and Gerard
Teays Valley 74
Canton McKinley 84
Walnut Ridge 83
Linden McKinley 105
Row 1 M1 Swetnfzm TNI Williams, Il. Schwartz, J. Fisher, Kuntz, J. Payne, J. Manter, T Pappas R Leathelman
S Irwin J Billel D Penzone. Row 2: ll. Richwine, J. S. Kostas.
orth Baseball 1967-1968
For the first time in three years North's baseball team
brought back a complete squad of experienced players.
During the summer the Bears participated in the North
End High School Summer League. This team compiled an
encouraging record by finishing in third place and afforded
many players an opportunity to gain valuable game experi-
ence. Members of last year's squad returning this year were
seniors John Barker, John Fisher, Steve Irwin, Sam Kostas,
Bob Schwartz, and Myron Williams and juniors Dick
Leatherman, Jack Manter, and Dave Penzone. Mr. Swetnam
was coach for the team.
Row 1: L. Walker, D. Sheppard, S. Morris, R. Voss, S. Brown, M. Demos, R. Gammon, W. Wenger, E. Reedy
Kirby, G. Mullins, K. Fears, A. Hope, J. Burchinal. Row 2: Row 4: J. Poling, R. Pelino, M. Adkins, B. Funk, K. Scott
B. Dyer, R. Lower, D. Potts, R. Wolfe, J. Hurley, G. D. McCaskey, J, Cassassanta, J. Bordner, G. Kruger, B
Huston, E. Bolin, B. Kidd, D. Sellers, C. Clifford, J. Keller. Huff. Row 5: Mr. Shaw.
Row 3: P. Cornell, M. Link, S. Dow, K. Frankeburger, G.
Track 196 -1968
The Varsity track team started preparing for the
regular season in the middle of February. Many of the boys
received invitations from the coaches to join the team while
others tried out for the first time. The returning members
of last year's team were Larry Walker, Don Shepard, Sonny
Morris, Roger Voss, Gerard Mullins, Kenny Fears, Andre
Hope, Jim Hurley, and Dave Potts.
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L. Daniels, sec., D. Barr, sgt.-at-arms. Row 2: D. Stanley, M.
Bowman, D. Shepard, B. Schwartz, E. Cantrell, A. Dalmy.
Row 3: R. Wolfe, J. Poling, S. Morris, J. Hurley, J. Raidiger,
M. Siegle, J. Callahan, E. Hohwald, J. Pardo, E. Bolin. Row
4: Mr. Hendrix, advisor, B. Vansant, R. Albright, T. Poulson
R. Voss, K. Mclnturf, D. Darnell, S. Irwin, J. Purdy, D. Penn
T. Reis, D. Geib, G. Mullins. Row 5: C. Weidner, R. Green
M. Hittle, D. Lindsay, J. Fisher, B. Jones, D. Fillmore, S
Hoover, D. Kuntz, H. Haygood, J. Harlor, R. Lower.
The Varsity "N" Club is composed of all North High lettermen.
This club offers its services by working at some of the sports activi-
ties. During football season the boys patrol the fences, collect tickets,
and Watch the pass gate. At the basketball games and Wrestling
matches, they also watch the gymnasium doors and collect tickets.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - Karen Saslaw,
Diane Greenlee, Noranna Adams, Sandy Bell, Joan
Wiant, Caroline Chow.
Go, North, go! Go, North, go 1" This
1'ousing refrain was often heard from
the varsity and reserve cheerleaders
who had the job of arousing pep and
enthusiasm of the fans at North foot-
ball and basketball games.
Cheerleading try-outs are held in the
gym sometime in early spring. G.A.A.
and the faculty have the job of select-
ing the girls best qualified for these
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS - Debbie Sowers,
Sandy Foureman, Gail Nelson, Rosanna Bell, Sally
Story, Janice Trott.
GAA - Row 1: K. Saslaw, B. Herbert, M. Leyshon, D. McNinch, J. Tumblin, D. Dunleavy, J. Wiant, R.
J. Underwood, V. Kimbro, D. Ballog, M. Moss, J. Olexa, Postlethwaite, T. Lammers, W. Miller, L. Bishop, L.
L. Sheppard, S. Luckett, J. Haley, C. Chow, D. Sowers. Baird, P. Whitmer. Row 4: Miss Rainey, Y. Fowler, B.
Row 2: C. Dalton, H. Barnhouse, P. DeFluiter, A. Hat- Blair, R. Bell, J. Harbauer, L. Couch, M. Heath, J.
field, J. Mushrush, M. Heath, V. Sutton, E. Woody, Cantlon, S. Fisher, C. Clemmons, L. Cheek, B. Foutz, B.
S. Kulick, K. Koo, S. Foureman, T. Starett, E. Wiant, Frankeberger, P. Hackler, R. Thacker, Mrs. Drenning.
S. Story. Row 3: K. McBurney, N. Adams, J. Bucklew,
The Girls' Athletic Association has
been a tradition and honor at North
for years. GAA promotes sportsman-
ship and creates long-lasting friend-
ships. Intramurals are sponsored
along with various hikes that mem-
bers lead. Each fall the New Girls'
Party is held in the gym to introduce
sophomores and other new girls at
North to its programs. GAA also
sponsors the Homecoming dance and
holds their banquet in the spring.
The advisors for the club are Mrs.
Drenning and Miss Rainey.
GAA CABINET - Row 1: B. Blair, L. Cheek, Y. Fowler, L.
Bishop, K. Koo, L. Sheppard, J. Haley. Row 2: Miss Rainey, S.
Posthlewaite, T. Lammers, K. McBurney, S. Bell, V. Sutton,
J. Olexa, Mrs. Drenning.
Throughout the school year, on
Thursday and Friday nights, girls
could participate in speedball, basket-
ball, Volleyball and baseball intra-
Each intramural game played pro-
vided a 'girl with two points toward
G.A.A. and Winning teams received
Advisors for intramurals were Mrs.
Drenning and Miss Rainey who were
always on hand with advice.
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Straggly hair, sloppy white knee socks, and a wrinkled white blouse
accented by a maroon and gold tie this attire of a G.A.A. pledge is a
familiar sight to all North High students during the traditional Props
VVeek. After earning 100 points, girls are eligible to go on Props. For five
long days, the pledge performs the various requirements in the letter with
the help of her Big Sis to see her through.
During the Week, she is not allowed to set her hair, wear make-up, or
talk to anyone other than a teacher or a member of G.A.A.
Every year there are four different weeks of Props.
Girls Basketball Tournament
Row 1: B. Dye, J. Olexa, C. Jones, L. Baird,
J. Tumblin, D. Dunleavy. Row 2: L. Bishop,
K. Koo, S. Bell, L. Cheek, R. Thacker, D.
Brown, R. Postlewaite, K. McBu1'ney. Row
3: Y. Fowler, N. Adams, J. Haley, M. Ley-
shon, J. Wiant, D. Greenlee, D. Ballog.
Row 1: C. Sageser, J. Boynton, M. Ray, S.
Pinkerton, S. Story, M. Starett. Row 2: C.
Banks, S. Cheek, C. Price, K. Kruz, B.
Thacker, D. Link. Row 3: D. Hylton, C.
Turnbull, T. Horne, K. Jones, D. Harris,
Row 1: R. Summers, P. Lee, T. Starett, J.
Mush1'usl1, H. Barnhouse, S. Luckett. Row
2: E. Woody, S. Parsley, R. Bell, K. Lucas,
C. Clemons, V. Kimbro, M. Heilman. Row 3:
C. Dalton, M. Mass, L. Barkley, D. Hamil-
ton, J. Candlion, E. McCleary, P. Williams.
The North High interschool girls' basketball and volleyball teams
make up another branch of the girls' sports program.
Anyone may try out for these two teams and may make either first or
second team. The two teams practice several times a week and they compete
with recreation centers and other school teams.
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Adams, Noranna 82, 87, 91, 97, 103,
Adams, Sandy 100
Adkins, Michael 87, 88, 103, 105
Albright, Roger 87, 88, 89, 118, 133
Angle, Donna 90, 98, 99, 100
Anthony, Frank 100
Anthony, Linda 90, 96, 101, 102, 104
Baird, Linda 81, 82, 84, 90, 97, 138
Ballog, Debbie 80, 81, 82, 90, 103, 104,
Banks, Jacqueline 80, 88, 90, 94, 97
Barker, John 89
Barnes, Steven 88, 101, 103, 105
Barnhart, Vikki 93
Barr, Dean 82, 88, 89, 100, 105, 118,
Barton, Mary 80, 81, 90, 102, 104
Basichb Diane 81, 86, 90, 92, 96, 101,
Bell, Sandy 81, 85, 87, 89, 90, 102, 104,
107, 136, 138, 140
Bishop, Linda 81, 85, 87, 89, 90, 98, 99,
102, 104, 138
Black, Denise 91
Blair, Brenda 28, 86, 87, 90, 96, 98, 99,
Bope, Linda 90, 97, 98, 99, 100
Bower, Kathy 82, 90, 97, 98, 102, 104
Bowman, Mark 87, 88, 119, 128, 133
Bracaloni, Mary 82, 87, 99
Breault, John 88, 89, 93, 128
Brown, Eloise 96
Bryant, Nancy 79, 80, 81, 96
Bucklew, Jane 90, 97, 98, 100, 138
Buenning, Chip 79, 88, 97, 102, 105, 114
Burchinal, James 81, 88, 102, 105
Cain, Karla 88, 90, 94
Campbell, Lynn 84, 90, 98, 99, 102, 104
Cantrell, Eric Douglas 81, 88, 131, 133
Chapman, Judy 81, 82, 90, 97, 138, 140
Chevallard, Carl 98, 99, 100, 101, 103,
Crow, Caroline 28, 85, 89, 90, 99, 100,
103, 136, 138
Coffee, Donna 104
Coffey, Beverly 90
Cooper, Peter 79, 87, 91
Couch, Letti 80, 90, 96, 104, 138
Cree, Linda Jeanne
Crist, Michael 93
Cromer, Teresa 88, 90, 104
Dalmy, Adam M. 82, 87, 89, 103, 118,
120, 121, 131
Daniels, Larry 88, 101, 102, 118, 121,
Darnell, Dan 93, 123, 131, 138
Davidson, Stephen M. 88
Davis, Marie 83, 90, 94
Denney, Sherry 83
Deskins, Charles Edward 88
De Vault, Diane 80, 81, 90, 104
Duncan, Jim 93
Dunleavy, Deborah 81, 86, 89, 90, 96,
102, 104, 138
Dutcher, John 93
Dye, Barbara 81, 87, 90, 103, 104
Eckle, Criss 81, 83, 87, 89, 90, 97
Edgell, Robert William 81, 88
Ellison, Debbie 81, 90
E1'ickson, David 88, 96, 98, 100, 103,
Fillmore, David 88, 133
Fisher, John 88, 124, 130, 133
Fountain, Jean 90
Fowler, Yvonne 81, 89, 97, 98, 100,
102, 104, 138
Foutz, Barbara 80, 82, 87, 90, 102,
France, Pierre 87
Frankeburger, Brenda 80, 87, 89, 90,
96, 103, 104, 114, 138
Frasch, Lewis 86, 87, 88, 96, 98, 99,
Fulknier, John W. 94
Gallo, Patricia 90
Garner, Terry 80, 81, 83, 90, 97, 107
Geib, David 88, 89, 93, 133
Gemeinhardt, Marilyn 78, 97, 98, 99
George, Deborah 90, 95, 103, 104
Gilkerson, Judy 79, 81, 84, 90, 96
Gill, Vickey 95
Greenlee, Diana 89, 90, 101, 102, 104,
107, 136, 138, 140
Hackler, Patricia 89, 90, 98, 99, 101,
102, 104, 107, 138
Hale, Charles 88, 93
Haley, Jane 87, 90, 96, 138
Hamilton, Rodger 84, 88
Hanes, Vicki 78, 79, 81, 90, 94
Harbauer, Jean 81, 84, 90, 96, 138
Harlor, Jim 87, 88, 118, 129, 133
Heck, Rusty 96, 101, 103, 104
Herbert, Barbara 86, 89, 90, 97, 98,
99, 102, 104, 138
Herron, Tom 103, 105
Hershner, Pamela 79, 81, 98, 100, 102,
Hertz, Sue 81, 90, 96, 97, 101, 102, 104
Hively, Kathy 81, 107
Hohwald, Eugene 88, 97, 123, 128, 133
Hold1'en, Shirley 93
Hoover, Steve 28, 87, 88, 89, 93, 121,
Hope, Andre 88, 95, 123, 131
Houck, Bernie 84, 88, 92
House, Jeff 97, 103, 105
Hudson, Brenda 82
Hull, Douglas 84, 94
Hunter, Nancy Ann 90, 103
Irwin, Steve 79, 85, 87, 88, 89, 123,
Jennings, Michael 88
Johns, Du Bois Stewart
Johnson, Eddy 96
Johnson, John R. 92
Johnston, Jeffrey D. 84, 88, 89, 97,
101, 102, 105, 110, 123
Jones, Cindy 83, 87, 90, 92
Jones, Stephanie 81, 90, 92, 96, 102,
Jordon, Sarah Joyce 90, 94, 97, 103,
Kidner, Mary Sue 93
Kim, Kyung Hae Peggy 79, 96
Kirby, Steve 85, 87, 88, 98, 99, 100, 131
Kirkpatrick, Lee E.
Kitzmiller, C. 84, 86, 98, 99
Koo, Karla 80, 85, 95, 96, 138, 140
Kostas, Sam 78, 84, 101, 102, 105
Krejci, William James
Kremer, Mike 118, 121
Kuntz, Doug 85, 87, 88, 89, 93, 118, 133
Lammers, Thea 81, 89, 90, 102, 104,
Lauer, Robert 96
Lephart, Michael 79, 84, 87, 88, 95
Lewis, Jerry 93
Lewis, Linda 88, 94
Leyshon, Melba 81, 84, 90, 97, 102,
104, 138, 142
Lindsay, Dave 87, 88, 89, 110, 118, 133
Lofland, Douglas 95
Long, Linda 83, 87, 96, 98, 99
Lovell, Karen 80, 83, 90
Lowe, Christine 86, 94, 95, 96, 97
Lucas, James 84
Lynch, Tom 88
Lyons, Norman 88, 105
Manes, D. Philip 81, 88
McBurnev Kath 81 85 87, 89, 90,
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McConnell, Laurie 81, 90
McGreevy, Cathy 81, 90, 94, 97
Mclnturf, Ken 88, 133
McKenzie, Don 88, 103, 105
McNeal, Palmer 78, 87, 88, 89, 101,
102, 105, 110
McNinch, Diana 81, 89, 90, 97, 104,138
Meinhold, Andy 84, 87, 89, 102, 105,
Melton, David 88
Messe1', Clarence 95
Messer, Terry Lynn 81, 90, 94, 97
Meyer, Virginia 80, 81, 83, 90
Mihalka, Josef 91
Miller, Linda 102, 105
Miller,8Winifred 96, 97, 101, 102, 104,
Miser, Don 93
Moore, Cindi 90, 101, 103, 104
Moore, Jane 80, 81, 87, 90
Moore, Mike 93
Moots, Melissa 81, 84, 90, 97, 102, 104
Morgan, Kay 81, 82, 90, 101, 103, 104
Morgan, Nancy 81, 87, 90, 92
Morris, Bonnie 103, 105
Mullins, Gerard 99, 118, 124, 131, 133
Murdock, Pat 81, 84, 90, 92, 96
Murphy, Carol 80, 82, 89
Myers, Mary 82, 90
Nation, Janice 92
Nevius, Laura 90, 94, 96, 114
Debbie 78, 81, 90, 97, 103,
Oldaker, Chris 90, 103, 104
Olexa, Jama 78, 81, 84, 90, 96, 138,
Ovitt, Rosemary 87, 89, 90
Pardo, Jamie 96, 118, 133
Parks, John 85, 97, 101, 103, 105, 118,
Perkins, Doris 88, 90
Perkins, Linda 81, 88, 90
Postlewaithe, Ruth 80, 87, 89, 138
Poulson, Ted 87, 88, 93, 118, 133
Price, Samuel T. 82, 85, 86, 89, 101,
Purdy, Jeff 87, 88, 133
Puskac, Kathleen 81, 82, 90, 94
Pyle, Paul 88, 95, 96, 97
Raidiger, Jack 87, 88, 98, 99, 101, 103,
105, 118, 120, 129, 133
Randall, John R., Jr.
Reeser, Sue 87
Reis, Tom 88, 133
Rinaldi, Joe 88
Roberts, Steve 88, 98, 100
Rookard, Pat 93
Salvatore, Pat 93
Salyer, John 96
Saslaw, Karen 81, 85, 89, 90, 101, 102,
104, 136, 138
Scadden, Sharon 90
Schaer, Janet 90, 102, 104
Schwartz, Bob 88, 130, 133
Sheppard, Linda 28, 81, 85, 89, 98,
101, 102, 104, 138
Shortlidge, June 82
Sidwell, Donna 78, 86, 90, 94, 96
Sieg, Gary 89, 98, 99, 100
Smith, Robert Mark
Solovey, Gloria 80
Starner, Teresa 93
Stewart, Patricia 90
Stilson, John M. 93
Stimmel, Paul 84
Stockstill, Lynn 90, 93
Strunk, Joyce 90, 93
Sutton, Virginia 97, 138
Swisher, Paul 88
Tepper, Pat 95
Thacker, Ruth 99, 100, 138
Thickstun, Tim 88, 89
Thomas, Gerry 84, 101, 103, 105
Tieman, Michael L. 84, 92, 96
Trago, Steve 88, 92, 97
Trinter, Jane 87, 89, 90, 96, 98, 99, 100
Trittipo, Constance 83, 94
Tumblin, Judy 79, 80, 81, 90, 95, 96,
Underwood, Janice 81, 89, 90, 102,
Unseld, Alsetta 90, 101, 102, 104
Vansant, Boyd 88, 118, 133
Voss, Rodger 89, 98, 99, 100, 103, 104,
Walcutt, Mary 90, 102
Walker, Belinda 90, 92, 102, 104
Walker, Francene 89, 90, 95, 98, 99,
Walters, Kent 87, 88, 89, 123
Ward, Carole 81, 90, 96, 97, 98, 100,
Ward, Michael L. 88
Warix, George E. 96
Warren, Margi 81, 90, 92, 97
Weakley, Carlton 78, 88
Weidner, Carl 88, 118, 120, 133
Wiant, Joan 81, 89, 90, 101, 102, 104,
136, 138, 140
Williams, Jackie 80, 81, 90, 97
Williams, Joe 88
Williams, Mary 80, 90, 103, 104
Williams, Myron 130, 133
Peggy 83, 97
Wilson, Crawford 84, 94
Wilson, Sharon 80, 90, 103, 104
Robert 88, 98, 100
Sam 88, 89, 118, 120, 133
Wulff, Susan 80
Young, Beth 81, 82, 83, 90
Young, Harry 88
Yuen, Kwan Kam
Zapert, Mark 79, 88
Mike 72 v
Aldenderfer, David 72, 84, 88, 96, 108,
Alexander, John 72
Allen, Carl 73
Allman, Barbara 72
Anderson, Karen 73
Baird, Jackie 72
Baldridge, Betty 72
Balka, Bruce 72
Banks, Cheri 72, 90
Barber, Mike 72, 96, 98, 99
Barkley, Loretta 72, 82, 93, 104, 140,
Barnhouse, Holly 72, 81, 90, 97, 101,
103, 104, 138, 140
Barber, Michael 72
Barr, Dan 72
Beall, Linda 72
Bell, Kathryn 73, 79, 94, 95, 104, 105
Bell, Rosanna 74, 103, 104, 136, 138
Bell, Sharon 73
Betz, Peggy 72, 90, 94
Bevan, Robin 72, 90
Bidwell, Jacqueline 73
Bigger, J.M. 72, 79
Bingarnan, Shirley 72
Bishop, Lorena 74
Blevins, Westley 72
Bolin, Edward 72, 88, 103, 105, 118,
Bordner, Jeff 72, 103, 105, 123
Bowen, Dale 74
Bowen, Mauricio 72, 96, 98, 99, 100
Bowsher, Judy 72
Branham, Ted 74
Breunig, Gregg 74
Breunig, Roger 74
Brobst, Rosemary 72
Brown, Brenda 75
Brown, Fred 72
Browning, Audrey 73
Browning, Ray 72
Bullock, Denise 72, 88, 90
Burgett, Robert 74
Burns, Betti 72
Burton, Lynn 72, 81, 82, 90, 103, 104
Barouxi, Mary 68
Barrows, Sue 68, 79, 88, 91, 94, 103
Bartels, Sonja 68, 89, 96, 103
Bartlett, Linda 68
Bazler, Susie 68, 91, 99, 100
Beetham, Larry 69, 88
Beetham, Nancy 69, 91
Bell, Kim 68, 81, 98, 99, 100
Bendure, Dolly 68, 97, 104
Benik, Beth 69
Bianco, Linda 68, 91, 99
Billingsley, Rick 68, 103, 105, 123
Bush, Roger 72, 88
Bucknor, Leslie 72
Burbridge, Richard 75
Buxton, Maynard 75
Cabell, David 72, 88, 98, 99, 100
Caldwell, Denny 72, 88, 89, 105
Callahan, John 72, 99, 102, 105, 128,
Canini, Tom 73
Cantlon, Janet 72, 82, 90, 103, 104,
138, 140, 142
Carney, Dennis 72
Cassell, Mac 74, 95, 103, 105
Cassill, Rick 75
Chaffin, Patricia 74
Chevrier, Roberta 72, 96, 98, 99, 102
Choate, Roy 72
Clemens, Ruthan 75, 93
Clemmons, Cynthia 75, 90, 95, 98, 99,
100, 138, 140, 142
Clifford, Christian 72
Clinton, Paul 72, 79, 88
Conley, Randee 73, 79
Conner, Lela 72, 103, 104
Conner, Lee 72, 103, 105
Conway, Gary 75
Cope, Robert 72, 79, 84
Corcoran, Terry 72
Cornelious, Danny 72
Coverdale, Steve 72
Coy, Bonnie 72
Creasap, Mike 72, 97
Craig, Tim 72
Cree, Brenda Jo 72, 82
Croft, Sandy 72, 89
Crowder, David 72
Cruz, Rosemary 72, 79
Cunningham, Linda 72, 103
Dailey, Carol 72, 95
Dalton, Chris 72, 81, 90, 104, 138
Dalton, Kathy 72, 95, 96, 102, 104
Daniels, Sharon 72
Davis, Joy 75, 93
Davis, Mark Allen 73, 84, 86, 97
Deal, Nancy 72, 81, 82, 90, 92, 96, 104
Dean, Jerry 72, 101, 103
Decker, Steve 72
Decker, Bobbie 72
De Fligter, Peggy 72, 79, 81, 90, 97,
Dempsey, Nancy 72, 90, 92, 97
DeVoss, David 72, 88
Diamond, Jim 72
Ditmars, Jon 72, 84, 97
Dow, Sherman 72, 97, 123
Downey, Gail 72, 83, 95
Dragani, Jim 72
Dunning, Jim 72, 92, 101, 103
Durr, Douglas 72, 99
Durrett, John 72, 84, 97, 102, 105
Eaton, David 75, 105
Eberle, Michael 72, 82, 96, 100, 102,
Edmond, Ronald 73
Entler, Terre 72
Evans, Don 72
Evans, Nancy 72, 80, 81, 90, 92, 96,
Fears, Kenny 72, 118, 124, 131
Fisher, Susan 72, 80, 81, 90, 94, 97, 138
Fishman, Marveen 72, 83, 95, 102, 104
Fitch, Bill 74
Fitzgerald, Mindy 74, 79, 82, 97
Fitzgerald, Paul 74
Flynn, Kay 72, 81, 89, 90, 97
Ford, Becky 74, 80
Ford, Katherine 75, 92
Forrest, Diane 72, 90, 102, 104
Fortin, Margie 72, 81, 90, 103, 104
Foureman, Sandy 72, 81, 96, 98, 99,
100, 103, 136, 138
Fout, Rich 73, 79, 88, 105
Fox, Lynn 72, 81, 90, 103, 104
Frazee, Gary 73
Freeman, Emory 73
Gamble, Mary 73
Gardiner, Martha 73, 94
Garrabrant, Monte 73, 92, 105
Gates, Barbara 75
Gates, Ed 73
Gentry, David 74
Gentry, Sue 73
Gibson, Sharon 73
Gillenwater, Linda 73, 83, 90, 93
Gray, Deborah 73, 90
Green, Dick 73, 88, 118, 124, 131, 133
Gregory, Ken 75
Grice, Karen 73, 79, 81, 90, 95
Griffin, Sandy 73, 90
Grooms, William 70, 91
Grundy, Mary 73, 90
Gygi, Pam 73, 81, 96
Haase, Theresa 75
Hamilton, Diane 73, 98, 99, 100, 103
Hammond, Dennis 72
Hammond, Emke 72
Hammond, Stephen 72
Hammond, Bill 73
Hand, Fred 73
Hanes, Dave 75
Hange, Margi 74, 96, 103, 104
Harbaugh, Gary 74, 118
Harris, Jack 73, 84, 97
Hart, Carl 74
Hart, Ann 73, 83, 90, 94, 95
Hartman, Bruce 74
Hartman, Dana 73
Hasson, Nancy 74
Hatfield, Ann 73, 81, 90, 96, 98, 99,
100, 102, 104, 138
Hatfield, Tedeene 73, 83, 90, 96, 103,
Hawk, Donald 74, 105
Hayes, Carol 74, 80, 81, 88, 90, 97
Haygood, Harry 73, 88, 123, 124, 129,
Heath, Marcia 74, 81, 89, 90, 98, 99,
102, 104, 138, 142
Heffelfinger, Donna 74, 82, 96, 98, 99,
Heilman, Molly 74, 80, 81, 90, 102,
104, 138, 140, 142
Henney, Cynthia 74, 90
Herbst, Matthew 73
Hildebrand, Frank 74, 101, 103, 105
Himmelberger, Kevin 74, 105
Hines, Donald 74, 94, 98, 99, 100
Hittle, 'Michael 74, 88, 133
Hixon, Charles 74
Hodge, Lynn 73
Hogston, John 75, 84, 88
Holbrook, Patrick T. 74, 105
Holcomb, Denny 75
Holland, Steve 74
Holliday, Clarice 73, 95, 142
Holloway, Ed 74, 105
Holton, Barbara 73
Hoover, Kirk 74
Hoyer, Wally 74, 88, 96, 105
Huffman, Donna 73
Hughes, Michael 73
Hughes, Stephanie 73
Hunt, Sally 73
Hurley, James 73, 88, 123, 133
Hustead, Stephen 73
Huston, Gary 73
Ingram, Robert 73
Jackson, Carole 73, 90
James, Dan 73
Jarvis, Stephen 73
Jewell, Henry 74
Jewett, Tom 73, 82
Jobe, Colleen 73, 83, 94, 99, 103
Jolmston, Jeff M. 74
Johnston, Shirley 73, 81, 82, 89, 90, 97
Johnson, Christine 72
Jones, Barbara 73, 94, 95
Jones, Earl 74
Jones, Bob 73, 88, 89, 103, 105, 123,
Jude, Alice 73
Kamzuri, Joseph 73
Kearns, Linda 73
Keathley, Margin 74
Keenan, Michael 73
Keller, John 73, 105, 123, 131
Keyser, Joyce 72
Kidd, Debby 75
Kidd, Bill 73, 105, 131
Kidner, Margaret 73, 91, 104
Kindall, Carolyn 73
King, Richard 73, 105
Knott, Chris 73, 84, 88, 103, 105, 128
Knuevan, Margaret 73
Kruger, Gary 73, 105, 123, 131
Kulick, Sue Ann 73, 81, 96, 102, 104,
Lamar, Bopeet 73, 124
Lammers, Keith 73, 84, 97
Lanier, Jerome 73
Larimer, Lee Ann 73
Larson, Judy 73, 81, 90, 96, 102, 104
Lawson, Steven 72, 101, 103, 105
Lease, Bob 73, 105
Leatherman, Dick 73, 99, 123, 124, 130
Lecco, Rosemary 73, 90, 103, 104
Lee, Debbie 72, 90
Lee, Pheona 72, 90, 103, 104, 138, 140
Lee, Sophia 72, 80, 96, 97
Leesburg, Jeff 73
Lelux, Richard 73, 93
Linebaugh, Allen 73, 84, 99
Lingafelter, Mike 73
Linkous, Michael 74
Liqatapanlop, Sangvorn 75
Louthen, David 73
Lower, Rex 73, 88, 118, 133
Lowers, Bill 74
Lucas, Karen 73, 90, 140, 142
Luckett, Sandy 73, 92, 97, 98, 99, 138,
Luckett, Suzanne 74, 82, 90, 94, 98, 99
Lupton, James 73
Lynn, Gregory 73
Lyons, Barney 73, 92
Lyons, Bill 73
Ma Tui 73. 103, 104
Mabe, Linda 73
Madden, Linda 75
Manes, Irene 73, 81, 82, 90, 104
Manter, Jack 73, 103, 105, 118, 130
Martin, Craig 73
Martin, Linda 74, 90, 103, 104
Martin, Phyllis 74, 97
Martin, Roger 73
Mawhirter, Charles 73, 89, 102, 105
Mays, Kurt 74
McCabe, Lee 73
McClintock, Steve 73, 105
McCord, Deborah 74
McCoy, James 73
McCreary, Leslie 74, 99, 140, 142
McDaniel, Reggie 73
McDonald, Marie 73
McGreevy, Jim 72
McKenzie, Jean 74
McMann, Brenda 74
Meade, Kaye 72
Mehl, Marc 73
Melnyk, Rosty 74, 91
Miller, Bonnie 72, 95, 96
Miller, Charles 74
Miller, Jeff 72, 88, 97, 118, 128
Miller, Linda 75
Miller, Patty 74
Miller, Bob 73
Miller, Sharon 73, 104
Terri 74, 81, 90, 103, 104
Mitchell, Cheryl 75
Mollett, Connie 74
Mollett, William B. 74, 84
Montgomery, Terry 74
Moody, Curtis 74, 118, 124
Morgan, Randi 74, 92, 96
Moreland, Charles 74
Morris, Sonny 74, 88, 96, 123, 131, 133
Morris, Sandy 74, 103
Morris, William 75
Moss, Mitzi 72, 98, 99, 138
Mouser, Jerry 74
Mowbray, Barbara 74
Mudd, Gerald 74
Murphy, E. Lee 75, 79, 96
Mushrush, Janet 74, 80, 81, 82, 90,
103, 104, 138
Myers, Bea 74, 92
Myers, Richard 73
Neal, Roger 74, 84
Nelson, Gail 102, 104, 136
Newell, Deborah 74
Newman, Lloyd 73
Nicklaus, Pam 74
Nicklaus, Penny 74
Nicholoff, Louise Marie 74
Nivins, lsom, Jr. 74
O'Keefe, John 74
O'Neil, Amelia 74
Ooten, Carol 73
Oppenheimer, Kay 75
Oppenheimer, Sue 75
Orozco, Tony 73
Osbo1'n, Barbara 74
Panzera, Nick 74
Parham, Dana 74
Park, Barbara 74
Parmele, Owen 74
Parsley, Donna 75
Parsley, Shirley 72, 137, 140, 142
Pence, Elaine 74
Penn, John D. 74, 118, 124, 133
Pensylh Kristy 74, 81, 82, 90, 93, 96,
Penzone, Dave 74, 88
Perkins, Karen 74
Perry, Denny 74
Perry, Lana Gail 74
Pfaltzgraf, Linda 73, 81, 90
Pinnell, Brenda 74, 82, 96
Poling, John 73, 82, 88, 89, 96, 133
Pollard, Bill 74
Polock, Doug 74, 93
Pompa, John 74
Porter, Diane 73, 80, 90
Porter, Diane 74
Potts, David 74, 88
Preston, Kim 72, 90
Prince, Frank 74, 89, 93
Proffitt, Linda 75
Pyle, Judith 74, 90, 93
Quaintance, David 74
Raidiger, Julie 74, 81, 90, 98, 99, 100,
Reaper, Bob 75
Richards, Gene 74
Rine, Peggy 73
Ring, Nanci 74, 92
Ringhiser, Donna 74, 104
Risch, Donolin 74
Roark, Darrell 74
Roberts, Bruce 74, 88
Rocker, Charles 73
Rogers, Susan 74, 83
Rooney, Terry 73
Rosebrook, Angie 75
Rotz, Ralph 74, 84
Scadden, Jacqueline 74, 90, 94
Schneider, Tom 74, 103, 105
Schoby, Belinda 74, 90
Scites, Linda 74, 82, 93
Scott, Marty 72
Scott, Roy 72, 118
Seals, John 74
Searls, Denny 74, 97
Seitz, Mike 75
Sellers, Dave 75, 97, 128
Severt, Arlene 75
Shaffer, Karen 74, 90
Shepard, Don 75, 79, 123, 131, 133
Sheppard, Steve 75
Shuherk, Debbie 74, 90, 94, 103
Siegle, Mike 75, ss, 97, 102, 105, 123,
128, 131, 133
Slonaker, Dave L. 75, 99
Smelke1', Jack 75, 118, 128
Smith, Darrell 72, 93
Smith, Dave 73
Smith, Nancy 74, 96
Smith, William 73
Snodgrass, Julie 75
Sowers, Debbie 74, 81, 82, 90, 103
104, 130, 138
Spaulding, Darlene 74, 94
Speasmaker, Steve 75, 88
Springer, Larry 75, 84, 96
Stackhouse, Michael 75
Staley, Lawrence 75
Stanley, Douglas 75, 118, 133
Starrett, Theresa 75, 81, 90, 92, 103,
104, 138, 140, 142
Steitz, Tom 75, 84
Stephenson, Lloyd 73, 90, 96, 105
Stephenson, Sharon 73
Stengel, Raleigh 75, 94, 96
Sterling, Joseph 75
Stewart, Patty 75, 83, 93
Story, Sally 75, 80, 81, 82, 90, 103,
104, 136, 138
Stouffer, Sarah 75, 81, 90, 94, 103, 104
Stumbo, Barbara 75
Sturgill, Barbara 75
Summers, Roslyn 75, 90, 94, 140
Swift, Robert 75, 84
Tall, Ray 75, 88, 118
Taylor, Danny 74, 84, 93
Taylor, Mardi 74, 80, 90
Thomas, Constance 75, 95
Thomas, Karen 72, 79, 81, 90, 95, 97
Thomas, Larry 72
Thompson, Dave 72, 103, 105
Thompson, Deborah 72
Thompson, Debbie 73, 90
Thompson, Linda 73
Thornton, Margaret 74
Thornton, Mary Lou 73, 80, 90
Tomlin, Warren 75
Torr, Elaine 72, 84
Trimmer, Jim 75, 97, 102
Trittipo, Jerry 75
Trott, Janice 75, 81, 83, 89, 90, 97,
103, 104, 136
Turner, Gregory 75
Turner, James 75
Van Gundy, Terry 75
Van Voorhis, Neil 75
Violet, Cynthia 75, 81, 89, 90, 98, 99,
Wagener, Becky 75, 90, 103, 104
Walker, Donald 73
Walker, Larry 73, 118
Waller, Lacie 73, 93
Walls, Rick 75
Ward, Alvin 75
Ward, Randy 75, 88, 118
Washburn, Doug 75, 88, 96, 118
Watkins, Dan 75, 96, 123
Watson, Gail 73, 95
Wayt, Larry 75
Weakley, Karen 75, 82, 90, 92
Weiner, James 73
Wellman, Jim 75
Welch, Kathy 72
Welsh, Denny 75, 98, 99
Welton, James 73
Wenger, Sue 75, 83, 90
West, Linda 75, 93
Wharton, Dave 75
White, Becky 75
Whitmer, Patty 75, 88, 90, 97, 138
Wiant, Ellen 75, 78, 81, 90, 97, 102
104, 138, 142
Williams, Deborah 74
Williams, Jim 74, 100
Williams, Peggy 74, 82, 90, 97, 104
138, 140, 142
Williams, Robert 75
Willis, Harold 75, 93
Worden, Charles 75
Wolery, Don 75
Wolfe, Rory 75, 88, 123, 133
Woodard, Jane 75, 81, 90, 96, 97, 102
Wooddell, Pam 75
Woodring, Earl 75
Woodruff, Larry 75
Woody, Edith 75, 90, 96, 98, 99, 103
Woolever, Clifford 75, 84, 105
Wooten, Cave 75
Worden, Charles E.
Workman, Linda 75, 81, 94
Wulff, Paul 75
Yeh, Suyun 75
Yoho, Barbara 75
Young, Tom 72
Young, Bill 72, 84, 97
Zimmerman, Calvin 75
Zornes, Kenneth 75
Zuccolotto, Manie 74
Abbott, John 68, 105
Abram, Denise 68
Adams, Karen 68, 83
Adkins, Jim 68
Alt, Dan 68
Angle, Terry 68, 88, 128
Anthony, Dave 68, 101, 103, 105
Baker, Marcia 68
Baker, Michael 68
Mike es, 99, 100, 118
Banks,0Carolyn 68, 79, 86, 97, 98, 99,
Barnhart, Barbara 68
Binion, Ricky 68, 123
Bishard, Roger 69
Black, Joe 68
Blackburn, Brenda 69, 91
Blackburn, Pat 69
Blair, Larry 68, 82, 88, 98, 99
Blair, Lela 71, 96
Blames, Ralph E. 68
Bolden, James 68, 124
Bolon, Belinda 68, 91, 97, 103, 104
Bond, Bob 68, 88, 97
Bond, Rick 70
Bretz, Bob 68
Brewer, Ebby 68, 86, 98, 99, 100
Brofford, Valerie 70
Booth, Vonna 68
Bowling, Sandy 68
Bowman, Larry 68, 91
Boyler, Paul 68
Boynton, Julie 68, 81, 91, 103
Brown, Clinton 70, 97, 99, 100, 103, 105
Brown, Greg 70, 82, 89, 96, 103, 105,
Bryant, Meril 68
Buchman, Dave 68, 86, 96, 97
Bucklew, Virginia 68, 92, 97, 100
Bullock, Keith 68, 105
Burgett, Vera 71
Burkholder, Mike 68, 97, 123, 128
Byers, Phillip 69
Calhoun, Craig 71
Callins, Martha 68
Cantrell, Frank 68
Carrier, Dianne 68
Casasanta, Joe 68, 128
Casbarro, Pat 68, 105
Cassill, Tom 70, 103, 105, 128
Cataland, Stan 68, 97, 123
Chaffin, Kathy 68, 80, 81, 91
Cheek, Sally 68, 89, 94
Caulkins, Carl 68, 103, 105
Champe, Richard 68, 128
Claar, Jay 68
Clark, Paul 71
Clayton, Patty 68, 94
Clifton, Daralyn Ann 68
Clemens, Vicki 68
Cleveland, Debra 68
Compson, Cheryl 68, 80
Copas, Linda 68, 81, 82, 89, 91, 103, 104
Cornell, Dave 68
Cox, Debbie 68, 82, 96
Cramer, Darleen 68, 83, 97
Crego, Bev 68
Cremean, Chris 68, 98, 99, 100, 103,
Croleman, Wesley 73, 81, 97
Crumbacker, Carmen 68
Cunningham, Dotty 68
Curvin, Bill 68
Caniels, Demetrice 68
Daugherty, Steve 68, 91
Daulton, Bill 68, 88, 128
Davis, Alma 71
Davis, Anita 68
Davis, Lana 68
Davis, Rick 69
Davis, Rodger 69, 128
Dawson, Linda 68
De Ford, Philip 68, 86, 97, 103
de Jolsvay, Roland 68, 103, 105
Delaney, Mike 68
Demos, Mike 68, 88, 89, 97
Dennison, Carol 68
Diggs, Beth 68, 94
De Gioia, Mike 69, 84, 88
Dixon, Celestine 68
Dotson, Roger 69
Downs, Cathy 68, 91, 97
Duncan, Jerry 69, 88, 103
Dunleavy, Tim 69, 79, 86, 92, 95, 103
Dupler, Christy 68, 91
Eaton, Thomas 70
Eaton, Tim 71
Ellison, Jim 69, 84
England, Dale 69, 84
Engle, Lars 70, 84, 86, 96
Ensminger, Laura 68, 97, 98, 99, 100,
Epley, Donald 70
Epely, Ron 70
Epley, Susan 71
Estus, Jean 69
Flaco, Tom 69, 84, 88, 97, 99, 100
Farmer, Larry 70
Farmer, Ronald 71
Ferris, Richard 69
Fickel, Fred 69, 99
Fishman, Jay 69, 91
Fluty, Ervin 69, 99, 100, 103
Flynn, Jim 69, 88, 128
Ford, Carol 68
Fought, Ed 69
Frair, Joyce 69
Frankeberger, Kim 69, 88, 89, 97, 100
Franz, Linda 69, 91, 104
Freeman, Vellena 71
Fruits, Ray 68, 105
Funk, Bill 69
Funk, Glen 68
Funk, Glenna 68
Gammon, Robert 69, 105
Gent, Joel A. 68
George, Liz 69, 91, 103, 104
Gibson, Wanda 69
Gill, Diane 69
Gillenwater, Barry 69
Gillenwater, Sharon 69, 91, 96, 98, 99,
Good, Beverly 69
Goodwin, C. R. 70
Greene, Karen 70, 91
Gregorius, Ronnie 69, 104
Gronbach, Steve 69
Gunn, Steve 69
Gygi, Teri 69, 83, 91, 96, 104
Haberling, Nancy 69
Hale, Betty Ann 69, 91, 94
Hall, Benny 71
Hamilton, Steve 69
Harbarger, Jim 69
Hardesty, J erilyn 69, 98
Harper, Vicki 69, 104
Harris, Debbie 69, 104, 137
Harris, Wesley 124
Hart, Chuck 69, 97, 103, 105
Harter, Theresa A. 69
Hash, Dennis 69
Hassinger, Dennis M. 69
Hatfield, Tom 69, 88, 103, 105, 118
Hawk, Debbie 69, 83, 91, 99
Hebb, Terry 69, 91
Heddleston, Mary 69, 91, 97, 99
Heischman, Kathie 69
Henney, Bruce 69
Hessinger, Charles 69, 105
Hill, Ken 69
Hines, Roger 69, 88, 97, 98, 99
Hittle, Marilyn 69, 81, 91, 95, 96
Hodo, David 70
Hodo, Diane 71
Hohsberry, Bob 69, 84
Holland, Deborah 69
Holly, Rick 69
Holton, Randy 69, 84
Honaker, Sande 69
Hoover, Eric 69, 88, 89
Hopper, Jerry 69
Horne, Teri 69, 142
Hosey, Davie 69
House, Garth 69, 97, 99, 100
Huber, Terry 69
Hughes, Ann 70, 91
Hunkley, Jim 69
Humter, Jenny 69, 91, 97
Hurshman, Becky 68, 91, 96, 98, 100,
Hurshman, Linda 68, 91, 103
Huston, Beverly 71
Huston, Karen 71
Huston, Nora 71
Hylton, Dreama 69, 81, 91, 103, 104
Ijams, Steve 69, 103, 105
Ingram, Bill 68, 103
Ingram, Frank C. 68
Jackson, Danny 68
Jackson, Merri 69, 81, 89, 91, 104
Jacobs, John 69
James, Craig 69
Jessie, Mel 69
Johns, Darrnell 69
Johnston, John 69
Jones, Bruce 69, 123
Jones, Karen 69, 91
Jones, Randy 70
Jordan, Berta 71
Jordan, Janice 70
Jory, Edwin 69
Kaurich, Debbi 69, 83, 91
Kays, Tom 69
Kerwood, Tim 69, 105
Kibbey, Donna 69, 89, 91, 94, 104
Kirk, Phyllis 69
Kirkpatrick, Lonna 69
Kirkland, Theodore 70, 79, 81, 97
Kline, Rita 69
Knight, Amy 69
Knox, Lowann 69, 91
Koslofsky, Jolene 69
Kowalsky, Steven 70, 103
Kriglowitz, Alex 70
Kruse, Chris 69, 98, 99, 100
Kuntz, Jeff 70, 88, 103, 105, 118
Kwan, Kam Shiu 71
Lampe, Donna 69
Lanun, Jackie 69
Laycock, Ed 70
Leesburg, Penny 70, 91
Leggett, John 70
Lemley, Danny 70, 105
Lephart, Debbie 70
Lester, Roscoe 70, 103, 105
Lewis, Charles 70
Leyme, Charles 68, 84
Link, Michael 70, 99, 100
Lockett, Aaron 70
Logan, Charles 70
Lowe, Debbie 70
Loy, Marc 70, 96
Luckhaupt, Don 68
Luke, Chris 70
Mace, Susan 70, 100, 104
Magrew, Beck 68
Mahan, Pam 70
Mancini, Sue 71
Mangan, Joe 70
Mann, Jerry 68
Marcum, Oma Jean 70
Marshall, Larry 69
Martin, Jim 71
Mathews, Bob 69
Mathews, Jerry 68
Mattison, Sandra 70, 104
McCabe, Cynthia 70, 103, 104
McCaskey, Don 70, 97, 103, 105, 128
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McCoy, Sharon 70
McCreary, Jim 70
McCune, Bev 70
McDaniel, Glenda 70
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McNinch, Vickie 70, 91, 94
McNulty, Dennis 71
McTurner, Tom 71, 105
Mellott, Frank 71
Merz, Meara 70, 97, 98, 99
Metzger, Darrd 71
Middlebrooks, Ronald 71
Eddie 69, 118
Lucie 70, 91, 104
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Mitchell, Toy 71
Mitchell, Steve 69
Morlan, Lois 70
Mudd, Ken 71
Mullins, Bobbie 70, 91, 94,
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Munk, Sally 70, 91, 94, 103
Murphy, Sharon 70, 91
Myers, Joseph 70
Myers, Richard 71
Nichols, Roxie 91
Nelson, Sue 70, 91
Noble, Dan 71, 88, 89, 103
O'Donnell, Joyce 70, 95
Oehler, Jill 69, 98, 99
Olexa, Mike 71
Ord, Rosi 71
Ovitt, Virginia 71
Packard, Margaret 71, 83,
Pancake, Bev 68
Parker, Diana 71, 91
Parker, Mary 71
Parsley, Gary 68
Parsley, John 68, 103, 105, 128
Patrick, Sharon 71, 103, 104
Pennell, Sherry 71
Peters, Cathy 71
Phibault, Paul 71
Phillips, Dixie 68
Phillips, Sandi 68
Pierce, Kathy 71, 99
Pierce, Sylvia 70
Pinkerman, Debbie 69, 91
Pinkerton, Sharon 81, 91, 97, 103
Pinnell, Beverly 70, 82
Pompa, Diane 71
Prater, Ron 70
Price, Carol 69, 86, 96, 99, 100, 103,
Priest, Kirt 70
Pritchard, Debbie 71
Pyle, Phil 70, 84, 86, 97, 102, 105
Radcliff, Leroy 71
Reeb, Mike 70, 89
Reedy, Eddie 70
Reynolds, Bob 71
Rice, Jim 68
Richwine, Bob 70, 88, 97, 102, 103,
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Roark, Perry 70
Roberts, Donald 70, 88
Robinson, Randy 68
Roeder, Vickie 68
Rohe, John 70, 98, 99, 103, 105
Roncl, Teri 70, 83, 91
Rose, Keith 71, 88, 105
Rouse, Terrie 70, 79, 91
Rowell, Chuck 71
Ruggles, Mike 71
Sageser, Claudia 70, 91, 97, 103, 140
Sanders, Debbi 70
Sark, Sandy 70
Savage, Randy 71
Scadden, Gail 70
Scales, La Fayette 71, 99, 100, 103,
Scarberry, Marilyn 70, 91
Scott, Kenny 71, 99, 100, 128
See, Pamela 70, 98, 99, 100
Sells, Vivien 70, 81, 91, 94, 104
Severance, William 70, 99
Sexton, Donald 71
Shannon, Patti 70, 91, 104
Sharpe, Bonnie 70
Shrader, Robert 71
Shrewsberry, Debbie 71
Simpson, Barbara 71, 81, 83, 91, 97,
Slonaker, Bonnie 71
Smelker, Jim 71, 88, 97
Smith, Linda 68
Smith, Terri 69
Spaulding, Charles 71
Spears, Kenneth 71, 100
Sperling, Terry 71
Snoes, Rick 71
Steele, Mark 71
Stephenson, Bruce 69
Starrett, Mary Ellen 71, 103, 104
Staten, Karen 71
Stephenson, Jim 69, 105
Steva, Diane 71, 83, 95, 97, 104
Stilson, Jeanette 71
Story, Susan 70, 80, 81, 83, 89, 91, 97,
Sowell, Phyllis 71
Sutphin, Monita 69
Thacker, Becky 71, 91, 140, 142
Thickstun, Karen 71, 91, 97, 103, 104
Thomas, Linda 71, 79, 104
Thompson, Cathy 70, 91
Triplett, LaVerne 68
Tucker, Beverly 70, 94
Tuggle, Sharon 71
Turnbull, Cathy 70, 103, 104
Turnbull, Christy 70, 81, 83, 89, 91, 97,
Tuthill, Tina 71
Vance, Paul 71, 88, 102, 103, 105
Van Horne, Pain 71, 104
Vaughn, Mike 70
Volheim, Mary 68
Wade, Sue 71, 81, 83, 89, 91, 97
Wagener, John 68, 103, 105, 128
Waggener, George 68, 88, 105
Walker, Ruth Ellen 69, 91
Waller, Bill 71
Ward, Keith 71, 92, 105
Warner, Mark 71
Watson, Debbie 71, 104
Wayt, Chris 69
Weakley, Paul 71
Wears, Mike 71
Weaver, Charlotte 69, 94
Webb, Eileen 71, 94
Weisheimer, Gayla 71, 91, 94, 96, 137
Wellman, Judy 71, 94
Wenger, Christine 68
Wenger, Wesley 68, 88, 128
West, Betty 69
White, Jim 69, 84
Wiles, Monica 71
Williams, Ed 69
Williams, Vicki 70, 95
Willia, Janet 71
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Wilson, Michael 71, 123
Wilson, Ron 70
Wolery, Linda 71, 81, 91, 92, 97
Wolfe, Matt 71
Wolford, Christina 71
Worden, Isabel 71
Yates, Denise 70
Young, Cindi 71, 104
Young, Marsha 68
Young, Peggy 68, 81, 83, 86, 91, 96
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Zweifel, Bev 71
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