North High School - Memory Yearbook (Columbus, OH)

 - Class of 1969

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Q - .1'4YL'. xr., , " A ' N-' V, .nw--f---V .,.,., .,. ,-- ' i I ul Memor Book presented by students of north high school columbus, ohio I969 Gur World Is Changing moving fast-at a rapid pace, we're growing impatient for tomorrow for Friday and everything that happens in between. A shift in administration- varied policies, new courses-latest equipment, dizzle, dazzle of modern art, versatility of dress, reflection on history to predict the future. f f"" a, ig., 4. -11.1 5 ' A -1 COI1t6l1tS student life . . . IO sports . . . 26 organizations . . . 48 , administration and academics . . . 78 seniors . . . 94 underclass . . . I26 ii . .- I 3 S' 'N ' ' tv' .- I " --v, A V 7 as t s ' 'I rxgqf l ac l K FL ill?-ffl Attitudes and life at North vary, like tempos of a song constantly changing, nioving. We form new groups, geared toward our interests. Sophomores develop into a vital part. New teachers-experienced teachers, all with different ideas each influencing. And time blends the olds and new, Unifying efforts to produce- a winning team, a successful program, a mighty class. A group is a gathering of people's ideas, sharing, creating. Some studying, others sleeping, thinking and dreaming. And groups are composed of individuals, each a minority trying to understand to find out what it's all about. Our thoughts laughter, dreams, promises. Developing skills, acquiring friendships conforming, joining, yet doing our own thing. A new generation full of vigor and speed hurrying racing with time facing the challenge, of a changing tomorrow. 'Q 1 , ha I 4 9 132 , I J 1 I 4 . ,xffi 3 X' '1 F NQFQ Singing together to be heard: understanding ourselves and one another. Memories reflected, in an empty hall. Time works changes, bringing into existence new conditions and purposes. "The light it is drawn The curst it is cast. The slow and now will later be fast. As the present now will later be past. The order is rapidly fading, And the first one now will later be last, For the Times They Are A-Changing." -Dylan- With Gratitude To Meta Gregg Sixteen years of dedicated work. Determined to have things run smoothly, involved in almost every activity, influencing, helping, organizing, effectively, efficiently. Maintaining meaningful traditions, yet willing to try new ideas. Under- standing the changes of time. ,,, 'Maw P 4' fi' GY' 5 4 'Y - 9+ 3' .1 4 M g'iN-Ffh. qx .- 1 M..V,.. rw. Jr ' ffiif. ' Q Q 5.9. ir: .- 'J' .-,, ,uw s tudent Life rounding out the school year. ' introduced through tradition- accomplished by planning . . organizing, worrying. creating fun, laughter spirit and enthusiasm, plagued by apathy. successes are enjoyed, failures make us wise. months of involvement in worthwhile activities tackling those areas we like, unhampered by the past. what we accomplish is our own to be remembered always. I Insnanil 3 3. -'SH ivy, . , LJ. . .-.-. ' Mi? H 3 -4,, fii' ,, -r .fa r, "vm ""f?- . 4s- "'-il ,,.,r-1--4" ' O IK F IVF I 4' O affhlf ' Qs. I A 1' 1? jifrif' N, ' , iz , , l , fi I i Queen Sally and Court reign at 1968 Homecoming Dance. S I L Top Ten-Row 1: Jackie Baird, Janice Trotf, Sally Story, Holly Barnhouse, Sandyk Foureman. Row 2: Marcia Theresa Siarreft, Janet Mushrush, Gail Nelson, Tui Ma. Theresa and date enjoy a memor. able evening. n Homecoming Booster Captains-Seated: M. Heath, B. Jones, co-captains. Row I: S. Foureman, J. Trott, S. Story, K. Flynn, K. Thomas, A. Hatfield, T. Ma, J. Wood- ard, H. Barnhouse, S. Luckett. Row 2: P. DeFluiter, E. Woody, J. Mushrush, M. Fishman, M. Heilman, J. Larson, L. Barkley, D. Heftelfinger, J. Cantlon, T. Starrett, C. Violet. Row 3: D. Watkins, D. Penzone, D. Washburn, D. Leatherman, D. Caldwell, J. Manter, M. Siegle, L. Walker, R. Wolfe, J. Callahan. Row 4: J. Poling, M. Hittle, R. Fout, C. Moody, R. Lower, M. Bowen, E. Bolin, F. Prince, R. Ward, J. Trimmer, J. Hurley, Mr. Kerst. Polar Bears Top 953000 Goal Pop Olmstead and his lovely wife, Gary, portray the "Odd Couple." On Thursday, September 26, North High School students collected money for the annual Booster Drive. Forty-four seniors were selected to or- ganize teams of students who wished to work on the drive. Marcia Heath and Bob Jones were the student coordinators. With the help of many students, the Boosters were able to top their goal of 553000. The money collected on the drive was used to purchase better equipment, and to make improvements for North's athletic program. 'AT' 'MV if Booster captains of the winning team, Molly Heilman and Jack Manter, demonstrate the persuasive technique. This year's "ln the Know" team was composed of two seniors, Marc Mehl and Mark Davis, two iuniors, Dave Buchman and Rick Billingsley, a junior alternate, Lars Engle, and as advised by Mr. llg. The large number of North students interested in participating on the program was narrowed down by an elimination ompetition, held a few weeks be- ore the first television match. Under 5 he direction of Mr. llg, the team embers drilled intensely several ights a week and were able to win he first game. - 4 I 1 LN 1 ,. . 5, X .OJ -3. Participation Promotes Understanding On November 4, North held a mock election. Included n the ballot were Ohio's representatives to Washington, residential candidates, as well as state and local issues. his election was sponsored by Mrs. Blair's and Mr. Horn's rinciples of Democracy classes. Following the American ystem, each student and school employee was given the pp 'y to vote for the candidate of his choice. North ortunlt the trend of the nation by electing Richard M. as their Presidential choice. North High voting booths add to the authenticity of election day. i 11 I Cofcha irmen, election. ,X g f A .fra J ,-1 '. , -xg Jay Bigger and Sophia Lee, work hard to organize the 3 W I X .I ,L-:Q ' L warm fx 4' K. 7 ,.- 55 age Rebellion Man ......... Buzz Gunderson Jim Stark .... Officer Mullen Judy Brown . .. Plato ..,..... Mrs. Davis . Ray ....... Mr. Stark .... Mrs. Stark Grandma ..... Belle ............. .... Miss Hannington Crunch ....... Goon ........ Moose ..... Baby Rocko .. Helen ...... Millie ..... A Girl .... Lecturer .... Mr. Brown .. Mrs. Brown Officer No. l . . ...... John Hogston . . . . .Chick Mawhirter . .,.... Paul Vance . . . . .Greg Brown . . . . .Ellen Wiant .. ...Jay Fishman . . Rosemary Cruz .......Rich Fout . . . . .Paul Clinton . . . .Diane Porter .Debbie Williams . . . . Lynn Burton Marveen Fishman . . . .Dan Watkins . . .Steve Holland . . . . .Mike Hittle . . . . .Mike Siegle . . .Debbie Kaurich . ...Jackie Baird .Roslyn Summers . . . . .Loretta Barkley Frank Hildebrand . . . . .Beth Stewart ......Bob Cope The gang works over Plato Hay Fishmani. North High School presented "Rebel Without a Cause" as the first theatrical production of the 1968-1969 season. The play centers around two teenagers, Jim Stark and Judy Brown, and their search for a new set of values and real meaning in life. Both become involved in complicated situa- tions, and must face alone the difficult task of deciding what is right and what is practical. There is great emotional tension throughout, giving the play extra impact on the audience. Under the direction of Mr. Faist, the play was presented on three separate platforms. Lighting was used to give the ap- pearance of three different settings. IQ ,N I Mr. Faist transforms Paul Clinton into a middle-aged father. Beau Announced at Winte On January 18, North High School's cafeteria was transformed into a "Winter Wonderland" for North's fourteenth annual Belle and Beau Dance. The cafeteria had been attractively decorated by the Social and Recreational Council with trees, fences, and snow- flakes. Music was provided by the Soires. Rich Fout, emcee of the dance, introduced Denny Caldwell, Curt Moody, Dave Pen- zone, Mike Siegle, and Randy Ward as the 1969 Beau Court. This year's homecoming queen, Sally Story, announced the 1969 Beau, Dave Penzone. The entire court was then serenaded by the Girls' Ensemble. The Belle and Beau Dance provided an en- ioyable evening for all those who attended. Beau candidates casually shuffle down the front steps. Sally Story Penzone. Wonderland" enter "Winter Wonderland." ,Z Punch and cookies a re served af The Belle and Beau dance. J. Bordner awards our beau a first prize ribbon. Originality and lngenuity Make "Hawaiian Luau," North's first variety show in many years, was presented on January 31 and February 1. The program proved to be not only a financial success, but also an excellent perform- ance. This demonstration of tal- ent featured the Cobra Drill Team and an original "Laugh-in"- Skit. The Polarians played various se- lections, as well as, providing background music tor many acts. Under the direction of Mr. Dale, the tremendous assortment of acts provided entertainment for all ages. All proceeds from the variety show helped buy new band uniforms. "Laugh-in" cast pictured during one of their funny skits f 1 1 I ! I 1 V I f , 4 ur""f, fin" . J L Q-L 5' " . ': ,2 - 'p ' -..r'N.. ,u ,.w.1',3.5u1- r i- 3 . . 4 f " - Y , ,-. ,. ver- -Q :ffvu f ,' -Qing. ' Af. , H ' " .1 ' " 31' : R , , - . f K V - - 'yi ,ff V ' Lt VA X l' 4 1 Z ,K M 'S Au- .i'.....L..i L bi. Kneeling: L. Marcum, O. Corson, J. Nybell, I. Ermatinger, L. Swanson, T. Kneeling D Pr nce M Starrett M Ells D Harris D Rosmarian M Moore. Row 2: S. Bivens, J. Jones, A. Shropshire, D. Gardner, R. Wynn, B. Hedclleston Row I B Thacker V Roeder C Turnbull T Horne K Jones Byers, J. Fisher. Row 3: A. Fowler, C. Sowards, A. Middlebrooks, T. Op- Row 2 S Cheek J Hunter M Jackson G McDanlels C Kruse J Oehler penheimer, J. Freeman, T. Neidig, J. Dibble. M Ray B Mullins S Story Juniors Upset Reigning Cl ss of 69 The highlight of girls' basketball intramurals was the Girls' Basketball Tournament. Twelve girls from each class were chosen from those playing intramurals to represent their class at the games. After short skits were given by each team, the Senior Redskins began the tournament with a win over the Sophomore Green Guillotines. In the second game, the sophomores found themselves losers again, this time to the Junior Blue Devils. The tournament ended in a mirror image of last year with the iuniors beating the sen- iors and coming out on top. The seniors were awarded first prize for the best decorations. The Tournament, sponsored by G.A.A., was a show of talent, humor, and sportsmanship. eniors-Row 7: S. Luckett, J. Mushrush, L. Fox, L. Burton, S. Luckett, D. Sowers. Row 2: T. Starrett, . Williams, E. Woody, J. Cantlon, K. Lucas, R. Cruz, C. Clemmons. Row 3: S. Gibson, S. Parsley, . Barkley, D. Hamilton, L. McCreary, M. Moss, S. Foureman. Sophomores get a big kick out of their guillotine. Roni Wynn gets her balance before taking the shot of .4 '-Nd Varsity-Row l: B. Hast, M. Paxton, J. Smelker, R. Scott, L. Walker, J. Manter,, R. Lower. Row 2: Coach Rose, Head Coach Hendrix, Coach Caldwell, Mgr. G Harbough, W. Harris, K. Peterson, V. Moody, R. Savage, B. Richwine, T. Hatfield, R. Lawson, J. Coffey, J. Smelker. The 1968 North High gridders posted a 1-8 season under head coach Roger Hendrix and his competent staff of Jim Kloman and newcomers Terry Black, Paul Caldwell, and Ted Rose. Mike Renneker and Mike Black, although not members of the faculty, were a great asset to the team. The Polar Bear's lon victory came over defending city champs, Walnut Ridge, as a result of an early safety and a last minute touchdown. Due to poor turnout at summer practice sessions, North entered the season unexperienced and under-manned. lniuries also plagued the team as sev- eral of the few returning lettermen missed action at the first game. These factors influenced a poor record, but spirit and moral of both students and team members were high. Several of North's outstanding players included special- award winners. Mike Hittle received the most valuable player award while Rex Lower, Jack Smelker were named the most improved players. Jack Smelker and Mike Bankes were the recipients of the coaches' award. Other honors were given to Mike Hittle, Cecil Beasley, Larry Walker, and Rex Lower as they received recognition in the city league. Reserves-Row 1: C. Bridges, P. Pyle, K. Rease, G. Fox, G. Gwynn, C. Burchinal, E. Hoover, D. Nichols, J. Flynn. Row 2: Coach Mike Black, N. Charles, D. Loy, J. Dunn, B. Herbert, D. Dunleavy, D. Hanes, S. Havens, L. McClever, Coach Terry Black, M. Faulkner. Row 3: B. Daulton, D. Zimmerman, J. Thomas, J. Lynn, D. Myers, V. Moody. Nxt, ,ft --Ulm y 1 ,. r bw.. AW., ,. f , --. rv.-I--j, wb. ., I . Q s cr . KQIL lb.. ' .- F" :Friar ,fi 1 3'21E7i5.-fi ' ' . ' I,-I. . . Jw 1 sa", P37 ,f ., I v 3 . A Lift, '1 1, ,J ' X X , 1 Sports "the thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. the human drama of athletic competition." sacrificing much to gain personal satisfaction . . . as a team. scores determine winners, emotions color the game. excitement, spirit, and enthusiasm, backing our boys. practices: suicides, grass drills, trying, sweating, working to reach the end. together striving for victory . . we win, we lose. ow l: C. Moody, G. Lynn, M. Hittle, K. Fears, C. Beasley, D. Sellers, E. Miller. Row 2: J. Cassasanta, B. Stevenson, S. Hill, K. Frankeberger, J Kuntz L cales, E. Brewer, M. Bankes, M. Poulson, M. Loy, M. Faulkner, mgr., Coach Black, Coach Kloman. Spirit Brightens Losing Season Football I968 North .... . . O Worthington . North . . 6 Ready . . . North . . 0 Eastmoor . . . North . . 6 Chillicothe . . . . North . . 8 Linden McKinley North . . 8 Walnut Ridge . . North .. 0 Northland .. North . . . .... 20 West . . . North . . 6 Central . Quarterback Mike Hittle dodges would-be Northland tackler 1 .'.- -.RIF ,,. L .:-...ff - '5 A, . .' . PL", V J-T '.:-YW: ,ff J' kr ,gun-l Q21 '., 1 f 492' .:5.' 1,3-J" -ig , V ,- -'ifll-frf' ll ll , ,T f f . .,... ,YY ...K 1. , .h A .l .. , . su -,,, ,,,,. .,, ,- ' Qzigp.--U .:J. - VISITURII V- xf- fy V s. ,l 1 'Fe T w njijiif MU Vi. - 45 bvgf 14, . ' gl, f - .1 A ' T 'N ' . ' ' -"'-I. f -amrrhu - - .., W1 fn ' 'Y",1"L1-t ,.,, 1 , , V., w.-4.11.1 kill ' ' .1 f V .r -. 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Shepard, D. Leatherman, S. Dow, S. Morris, J. Hurley, R. Wolfe, J. Poling. Row 2: D. Ward, R. Davis, J Parsley, B. Jones, J. Bordner, M. Delaney, C. Doddato. Row 3: J. Stephenson, B. Jones, C. Cremean, H. Hope, B. Grossman, J. Zim merman, S. Radcliffe, Coach Shaw. l O O Two-Mllers Merit 42-I2-3 Mark Victory was no stranger to the maroon and gold harriers who, under the direction of Mr. Shaw, con- cluded the season with an impressive 42412-3 mark. Seniors set the pace at the city varsity meet where the bears placed fourth in a well-rounded field of thirteen tough contenders. The reserves also faired well as they ranked fourth in their meet. The varsity two-milers again showed well in the District Meet earning a fifth place. The course, consisting of hills, streams, and other obstacles, provided a challenge against time and other participants. Only a half a mile from the start, two-milers begin to string out '.l'.-Sahqg Duck Leatherman ' A oo, Q Jim Hurley Sonny Morris kgs ,-+5 W, Don Shepard Sherman Dow North harrier Jim Hurley begins final sprini. Rory Wolfe impatiently waits for finishing ticket -iJ""' 52 4- 11 , 'C 1 An, Rory Wolfe John Polmg 1.4 "Y 4 'X 47' Jeff Bordner Bob Jones Sherman Dow moves up through pack at District Meet Wresthng Kneeling F Walton G Rugnsh T Cassnll T Sheppard M Burkholder H Parrott Row 2 Fulkner J Loe R Pelmo R Lynch J Callahan J Bryant M Slegle K Scott Row 3 Mr Hendrlx R Champe B Daulton J Flynn R Davrs J Smelker C Burchmal M Paxton G Fox M Bankes Row 4 J Smelker R Hast J Thomas J Muller M Gershner D Myers B Thompson Matmen Master Wrestling Technique Norths wrestling team began working out late rn No vember for their opening match The season started In December and lasted through February Four lettermen returned to add experience to the team Although the team farled to produce a wlnmng record, several members receuved mclnvudual honors Mnke Burkholder squares off agamst West opponent 35 - :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , : ,.,. , . ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.,. . :. ,.,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . 0 Q , . . . I John Callahan Mike Siegle Tom Cassill exhibits sportsmanship after a grueling battle. Grapplers Striv ff 2 H.-, V lg- ,L. ,-al at Wrestlers circle for position during an intense maich. Jeff Miller Jack Smelker V ' t Coach Hendrix reviews baffle plan with John Callahan. North wrestler wins decision orth Cagers Yield Winning Season The NorTh High School BaskeTloall Team ran up a season record of ll-6, including an 8-4 mark in The CiTy League. The Bears fin- ished The regular slaTe vviTh a four game winning sTreak and a Tie for Third place in The city race. The highlight of The season was The Polar Bears' upset over SouTh, raTed sevenTh in The sTaTe, on The Bulldogs' home courT. Six seniors and five juniors made up The '68-'69 VarsiTy squad which was under The reigns of fourTh year coach, .lim Klornan. Reserve coach Ted Rose, along wiTh Paul Caldwell and Dave Barnhizer, conTribuTed Their help unselfishly Throughout The year. A highly prevenTive defense and a well-disciplined offense char- acterized The Bears' sTyle of play. Junior Wesley Harris, leading scorer and rebounder, was voTed This year's MosT Valuable Player. Basketball-Row I: Coach Rose, D. Leatherman, W. Harris, B. Jones, C. Moody, D. Cald ell Head Coach Kloman Row 2 Coach Caldwell M Hntle J Kuntz S. Flannigarl, K. Frankeberger, J. Lanier, J. Bordner, S. Dow: noT picTured. kes by Central opponent. orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orth orfh orth orth Basketball l968-69 ......76 Teays Valley ........49 Watterson . .. .. .31 Canton McKinley . . . .. ........5O WalnutRidge... ........72 Whetstone .. ........36 East...... ........56 Northland .. ........46 Eastmoor... ........74 Alumni .. ...7l Marion Franklin . . .. ........6l Lima Central ........5l Linden McKinley ........64 Mohawk ........73 Brookhaven... ........66 Central ........5O South... ........5l West 65 47 72 41 6l 63 54 6l 28 65 65 62 73 58 47 48 42 Denny Caldwell Jerome Lanier Dick Leatherman .--Y .f-- Q ,1- North controls opening tlp to signal start of game with Central. Teamwork and Key Successful Captain Bob Jones bursts through hoop on the North reserves scuffle for ball against Mohawk adversary. way to another victory. Row 1: D. Larson, B. Bretz, R. Lawson, T. Hatfield, V. Moody. Row 2: Coach Rose, D. Trinter, R. Binion, D. Wiant, L. Saslaw. Defen eason Buzz set if up shoot, Curt, shoot defense deny the pass take the charge grab that rebound .. , do it North do if help on the weak side it hustle down court Go l Bears! Mike Hittle Bob Jones Curtis Moody Captain 5 gl C I I 'B Above: Polar Bear guard Mike Hittle leaps high above defenders to score. Left: Center Wesley Harris grabs a rebound to dominate the boards. Hopi Janice Troft IBotfomj Sally Story, Cheerleaders I n I I S Polar sem are ready to fagm. 42 Theresa Starrett Gail Nelson Sandyk Foureman Roslyn Summers Heir? Varsiiy cheer- leaders g a 1 h e r around the 1968- 1969 Polar Bear, Loretta Barkley. RESERVES-ChfiSfY Turnbull, Maureen Ray, Julie Boynton, Sharon Pinkerton, Carol Ford, Susan Story, Head. The twelve girls who devoted many hours ot practice and their Friday nights to promoting school spirit and team support were the varsity and reserve cheerleaders. The varsity squad had a unique look this year wearing new uniforms and using modern cheers. The reserves, under Head Susan Story, followed their example. Also working closely and adding pazazz was Loretta Barkley, the loyal Polar Bear. The key to their success was enthusiasm, spirit, and co-operation. These energetic squads effectively led the students at games and pep rallies. Sally Story, Head varsity, took charge of all pep assemblies. Another new asset ot the 68-69 athletic season was the hoop'held by Cheerleaders that the team burst through preceeding the games. Rosemary Cruz, Debbie Jackson, and Marilyn Hittle were responsible for this addition. f iiitfitsii as E 11' l I, I '1' Ei -,tlillr :iii 5 Are you sure we're 9f'l?? UP, Up, and away! Pledges show respect for G.A.A.'s. G.A.A.'s force haggard pledges into another humiliating performance. Pledges Yield to G.A.A. uthorit At four different times this year, a familia sight at North High was the girls on G.A.A props. Their straggly hair, white socks, ana a wrinkled white blouse accented by a ma roon and gold tie made these girls easy to rec ognize. After earning 100 points, girls wer. eligible to go on Props. For five long days the pledge performed many, but-out-of-thd ordinary duties set down by the members o the G.A.A. During the week, the pledge wa not allowed to set her hair, wear makeup, o talk to anyone other than teachers and G.A.A members. Pledges Copas and Jackson appear to be their own thing." Rowl K Jones S Bnvens C Turnbull J Cantlon L Barkley K Lucas S Parsley D Harrls Row 2 T Horne A Mrddlebrooks C Clemmons S Gibson D Gardner D Hamllton P Wnllrams Row 3 B Johnson L Marcum B Thacker 1:1 1 J z, ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,.',. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. .,.,. ,. . 0 O oo o , . I I ' B Byers R Cruz J Jones S Luckett Girls battle for rebound lnterschool Provides thletlc Com petltlon for Girls The Girls lnterschool Basketball Team once again came through wlth a wlnnlng season The twenty tour gurls who composed The varsity and reserve squads tried out for the team In late November Once selected The gurls practlced several tumes a week The varslty squad displayed their skull In beating Whet stone Gahanna and West The squad ended the year with a wm over Worthington to compose a 4 O record whsle the reserves fell short wlth a 3 l record ln addltron to their weekly practices and games, the girls sold North High sweaters and sweatshirts to raise money for new Inter school unrtorms Girls Display thletic Prowess The girls intramural games, sponsored by GAA, were played on two nights, Thursday and Friday. Girls signed up and then were divided on teams which played on one of the two nights. The in- tramural program consisted of the usual games of speedball, basketball, volleyball, and baseball, and, for the first time, bowling. With the intramural program, girls are given an opportunity to compete athletically. Also, participation in the program gives girls points for GAA. Advisors for intramurals were Mrs. Drenning and Miss Rainey. Mary Ellen Starrett demonstrates her follow-through. Debbie Harris out jumps Diane Porter for the ball Molly Heilman refuses to give up ball to Marilyn Hittle Terry Horne is trapped trying to pass the ball to Chris Kruse. lk.. . . -av.. 4' N - 1 -v ' 1 W3 Q . in , V X s 'S 6 T, x 1- "-- V" 5 a - x Q 5, ' , X- , P, ' fn' ."'. -55 I 3, ,ff-1 -5 .., 4' ,E ts w MW f A ' Organizations common interests unite individuals without sacrificing individuality. functioning effectively- only as a group. all accomplishments resulting from combined efforts. a sense of belonging . . . in competing, performing, striving to excel. meetings, elections, officers, and advisors instilling the spirit of participation. living demands involvement. Students Participate in Self-Government Student Council Officers - Mike Siegle, treas.p Mr. Kerst, Marcia Heath, rec. sec., Denny Caldwell, pres., Bob Jones, v-pres.7 Kay Flynn, corr. sec. Student Council-Row: N. Hasbrook, J. Baird, S. Story, S. Story, S. Wade, Williams, D. Kaurich, M. Packard, M. Jackson, K. Flynn. Row 2: I. Ermatinger, Pensyl, P. Whitrner, S. Cheek, C. Ford, S. Johnston, P. Young, A. Haines, Heath, S. Kulick, E. Woody, T. Hatfield, R. Cruz, C. Shirers, B. Johnston. Row D. Ward, B. Treman, M. Faulkner, B. Shook, C. Burchinel, M. Paxton, K. Social and Recreational Council-Row I: J. Poling, M. Hittle, E. Woody, K. Pensyl, C. Violet. J. Trott, R. Fout. Row 2: D. Caldwell, S. Story, Jones, D. Washburn, H. Barnhouse, M. Siegle, Miss Gregg. . Turnbull, K. Jones, B. Scaggs, R. Chevrier, J. Mushrush, M. Hittle, L. Walker, . Nivins, J. Dibble, Mr. Kerst. Row 4: M. Siegle, D. Caldwell, F. Prince, E. 'Bolin, . Moheimani, J. Poling, J. Harris, B. Davis, D. Hines, B. Jones, W. Harris, D. hompson, R. Barber, K. Frankeberger, D. Buchman, J. Trimmer, G. Brown, D. atkins, J. Zimmerman, The Student Council is the legislative branch of North's stu- ent government. Under the direction of Mr. Kerst, the Council reates a spirit of understanding and co-operation between the tudents and faculty, and it provides an opportunity for student xpression concerning school matters. This year, the Student ouncil sponsored the annual "Penny, Potato, and Apple Days," arents' Night, and the Memory Lane Prom. As a new proiect, he Council sponsored a collection of money for the March of imes. The Student Court constitutes the iudicial branch of student overnment. Six iudges, a Chief Justice, four clerk-bailiffs, and dvisor, Mr. Richards combined their efforts in trying cases. hey assigned punishments for the various offenses committed y students brought before them. Other services committed by he Court included the sale of assignment notebooks and the ecoration of the stage with flowers at baccalaureate. North's Social and Recreational Council does the iob sug- ested by its name. lts members co-ordinated the social and ecreational activities at North. The Council's biggest proiect as helping to sponsor the Belle and Beau dance. They also perated a supply store for the convenience of North High chool students and teachers. i i I i in l Student Court-D. Penzone, C. Hayes, M. Heilman, J. Trott, D. Wash burn, A. Hatfield, M. Garrabrant, S. Dow, E. Wiant, H. Barnhouse. Students Assist Faeult There are many ways in which students of North help various faculty members. The students in the Main Oftice, 103, 104, 105, 106, and the Nurse's Staff run er- rands and keep records for the faculty in these rooms. The girls' in Special Services type special papers and tests for the teach- ers. All of these students deserve recogni- tion tor their work this year. 105 Staff fTop Pic.l-Seated: P. Williams, C. Hayes. Row 1: Mrs. Bumen, l Grundy, R. Bell, B. Ford, D. Bullock, D. Porter, G. Scadden, E. Purcell. Row B. Osborn, J. Wilson, N. Evans, L. Martin, B. White, A. Rosebrook. 106 Staff fBottom Pic.I-Row 1: Miss Lentz, S. Miller, A. Knight, J. stroem, S. Story, K. Lucas, K. Flynn, Mr. Kerst. Row 2: K. Chaffin, L. D. Gardner, B. Pennell, S. Lee, J. Cook, K. Hazelrigg. 104 Staff-Row 1: K. Flynn, S. Johnston, V. Grice, D. Sowers, C. Ford, S. Cheek, L. Marcum, T. Starrett, J. Baird, L. Martin, T. Potter. Row 2: S. M. Wiles, M. Hunter, K. Pensyl, J. Windesheim, N. Deal, J. Byers, S. Godby, T. Gygi, D. Hawk, B. Pennell, B. Cree, L. Copas, K. Weakley. Row 3: L. D. Kaurich, D. Heffelfinger, P. Gygi, C. Compson, B. Stumbo, B. Pennell, L. Barkley, R. Berry, L. Power, D. Cox, C. Dixon, S. Mace, C. Turnbull. Offlce Staff Seated Mr Tllton Mrs Cox Mrs Gavm Mrs Davls Mr Serr. Row l: S. Wade, S. Bell D Kaunch D Myers M Packard J Row 2 D Whne J Freeman K Pensyl N Muller O Corson L Swanson, S. Story. Row 3: S. Rossi P Tucker D Pnnce A Har? T Ma Rell L Marcum M Taylor Row 4 B Slonaker S Barley M Fishman D Hodo, T. Horne, C. Turnbull, T Mlller,J Nybell M Gamble Special Services-Row 1: O. Marcum K Ford S Wenger D Parker Row 2: D. Pompa, R. Ord, G Downey C Thompson Row 3 M Taylor, C. Wenger, C. .lobe L Martm Row 4 L Glllenwafer, S Bariels, C. Downs, S. Rogers Ml' W00d"-'H Nurse's Staff-P. Marhn R Rose M Taylor C Innns S Barfels M Scarberry, K. Hazelrlgg Mrs Ish Staffs Perform Duties Vital to North Library Staff - D. Holland, J. Bow sher, L. Thomas, S. Fitzgerald, J Wilson, P. Green, S. Lee, S. Gillen wafer, v. pres.: C. Stephenson, D Porter, sec.: D. Bendure, K. Bell trees.: B. Daulton, E. Murphy, pres.- Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hicks. :Cliff l '- Radio Staff fTop Pic.2-Row I: C. Hayes, B. Schoby, N. Dempsey, A. Hatfield, T. Halfield. Row 2: K. Shaffer, L. Barkley, P. Wooclell, M. Fishman, H. Barnhouse. Row 3: J. Callahan, J. Manler, J. Durrelt, D. Potts, G. Richards. Row 4: G. Turner, D. Caldwell, R. Fout, R. Barber, P. Clinton, D, Buchman. Cafeteria Helpers IBotfom Pic.I-Row l: C. Belden, C. Gallagher, D. Carrier, C. Dailey, L. Conner, D. White, C. Barrows. Row 2: l. Decker, M. Holson, C. Thomas, K. Oppen- heimer, R. Wynn, P. Williams. Row 3: O. Miller, C. Logan, D. Harris, H. Hope, A. Moore, E. Hull, S. Early, D. Morris, S. Hill. Bookroom Crew-J. Poling, T. Jewett, M. Eberle, G. L. Blair. ta e Crew Hop Pic I-J Fishman J. Cooper, T. McTurner, C. Campbell, Mr. Faist, g . . , E. Bowman, R. Melnyk, mgr.5 J, Durrett. Projection Club !Bottom Pic.1-Row i: T. Steitz, L. Springer, pres., J. White, v. pres., B. Holtsberry. Row 2: T. Angle, K. Shui Kwan, D, Roeder, J. Gardiner, Mr. Sparrow. Row 3 I. Clemmons, K. Spears, J. Millzar, R. Holton, J. Hixson. Row 4: R. Rotz, M. Wears, J. Lovely, J. Blake, R. Hedges, J. Ellison. Row 5: R. Bond, V. Moody, M. Hopkins, R. Ferris, J. Hogston, M. Mehl. North's group of special staffs, which includes Projection, Bookroom, Library, Stage Crew, Radio, and Cafeteria, helped keep the affairs at North running smoothly. The Projection Crew members learned how to run filmstrips and movie projec- tors. They used their knowledge by helping teach- ers in operating the visual aid equipment. The members of the Bookroom Staff distributed the textbooks at the beginning ot the year and col- lected them at the end of the year. The Library Staff members were in charge of shelving books and magazines, checking in mail, and writing overdue notices to students. The Stage Crew handled all the technicalities of assemblies, and they workedlbackstage during the 'tall and spring plays. The Radio Staff made P.A. announcements, taped assemblies, operated the recording equipment, and also served as an- nouncers for the Columbus Board of Education Radio Station, WCBE-FE. The Cafeteria Staff served as cashiers and dishwashers, worked behind the snack bar, and helped to serve food in the cafe- teria. wwe:- IAboveI John Durrett and Rosty Melnyk, senior members of the Stage Crew, relax backstage. ILeftI Junior Terry Angle checks over equipment in the projection room. 55 I Memory Book Staff-Front: Mrs. Bisdorf, advisory Sandyk Foureman, editor. Row 1: M. Heath, E. Wiant, M. Heilman, M. Hittle, R. Cruz. Row 2: L. Mabe, J. Woodard, A. Haines, D Jackson, S. Dow, J. Harris, K. Weakley. New Staffs lnstill New Ideas Lanai' I Fjkw. Using their iournalistic knowledge, the Memory Book Staff critically analyzes the Polaris. Thirteen hardworking students. and their competent advisor, Mrs. Bisclorf, made up this year's. Memory Book Staff. Encouraged by new and different ideas, the- staff chose "Times, They Are- Changing" for the theme of th 1969 Memory Book. The staf has combined many hours ot' work with their skills to produc this book and it stands as proo of their efforts. Polaris Staff-Row I: P. DeFluiter, T. Starrett, K. Lammers, T. Cassill, D. Shepard, S. Barrows. Row 2: J. Mushrush, D. Bullock, K. Thomas, K. Pensyl, J. Jones, D. Williams, D. Leatherman, B. Bolon. Row 3: T. Jewett, R. Fout, P. Clinton, R. Barber, W. Coleman. .3 Ten times a year at North the vorce of the school as pub lashed Edrted by Rich Fout the Polaris Informed the student body and the commumty of Norths actlvltles At the begmnmg of the year subscriptions were sold for the oldest hugh school newspaper rn Columbus During the Christmas season, Santa Grams were agam sold to the student body as a money making protect E .1 Polarrs staff members work hard to meet deadlrne for Thanksgrvlng Issue Edltor1alStaf'f Front D Bullock business mgr R Fout ed rnchlef Back S Barrows 4th page ed D Lettherman 3rd page ed K Thomas 'lst page ed P Clrnton 2nd page ed K Lammers photo ed 57 ' ll - ,, . , - ' 1 . , . . . 11 - . ,, , . SN -' ,, Au f" - Q l T' R .- f -3 -' ", ,4 I I ir ,Q f4T'g- 4-fl - - . , -r - ' , 12.1, ' , .- - . : . , .7 N ,.'w. , ' . ,. x 4 fi. , fs, - . -: - f rf. .1-Q ' ' ru ' 1 Q . s .,,,.-1., ,, ,. ,I , I ,I , I , Vaffa 7 r .qv , 3 l Senior Choir-Seated: M. Ray, J. Trimmer, mgr., H. Barnhouse, sec., J. Callahan, pres. Row 1: K. Bell, T. Starrett, I. Ermatinger, B. lmpson, S. C. Hinson, B. Hurshman, C. Violet, E. Woody, M. Heath, B. Bolon, M. Jackson. Row 2: C. T-urnbull, M. Heilman, S. Durham, J. Nybell, L. Copas, S. G. Nelson, B. Wagner, J. Cantlon, D. Hamilton, D. Kibbey, M. Fishman, C. Compson. Row 3: P. Pyle, M. Siegle, D. Watkins, T. Schneider, C. C. Cawlkins, C. Mawhirter, T. Hatfield, B. Richwine, L. Saslaw, J. Manter. Row 4: W. Severance, R. Fout, J. Durrett, M. Barber, C. Burchinal, E. D. Aldenderfer, J. Burnheimer, P. Parks, D. McCaskey, D. Thompson, B. Jones. Singing Echoe Boys Ensemble Mixed Ensemble-Row I: T. Hatfield, S. Lawson, C. Mawhirter, A. Hatfield, J. Burnheimer, P. Vance, H. Barnhouse, M. Siegle, L, George, J. Callahan, M. Jackson, M. Eberle, D. Watkins, L. Swanson, C. Brown, J. Manter. Row 2: G. Nelson, C. Turnbull, L. Copas, B. Richwine, M. Fishman, D. Hamilton, J. Wilson. Row 3: M. Ray, J. Rohe, J. Parsley, B. Stewart, J. Kuntz, M. Barber, T. Miller. s. l i 5' i , - T ,aw ,A ..l,..i-, J ' . I I ' J. Raidiger, v-pres., S. Lawson, treas.p J. Woodard, robe chrm.p M. Eberle, lib. Row 1: M. Hange, L. Burton, T. Hatfield, A. Hatfield, J. Wilson, E. L. Swanson, K. Wheat, C. Moore, R. Steakley, L. George. Row 2: B. Stewart, R. Chevrier, L. Ensminger, C. McCabe, S. Foureman, J. Freeman, 5. M. Starrett, C. Clemmons, J. Mushrush, J. Boynton, T. Miller, J. Larson. Row 3: P. Vance, D. Troup, R. Lynch, P. Sparks, D. Wiant, J. Ramsley, 4EFltMBkJRbrtBHbtJSteatCCemenJParsle Dean, D. Shepard, T. Dunleavy, C. Brown, I. Nivins, J. Bordner. Row : . u y, . an es, . o e s, . er er, . w r, . r a , . y, hrough H Ils of orth mood at the Homecoming Dance by singing "Around the World" The purpose of the Senior Choir is to provide music for North High School. lt consists of both boys and girls with outstanding musical abilities and this year included more underclassmen than ever before. The group's many performances included work in the Christmas program, the District Music Competition, the annual P.T.A. Music Festival, and the Spring Concert. From Senior Choir mem- bers comes the smaller group, the Mixed Ensemble. This is a group which sings for events at North and also ac- cepts professional singing engagements throughout the year. 59 Jr. Choir-Row 1: T. Moore, N. Wasson, S. Bartels, T. Neidig, G. Scadden, J. Hunter, D. Hawk, J. Bucklew, P. Walker, J. Bordner, D. Bendure, L. B. Crego, C. Micldaugh, D. Ragland. Row 2: L. Daniels, J. Stone, K. Thickstun, J. Dibble, J. Nybell, S. Barnes, J. Hardesty, B. Stewart, H. Wall, C. P. Clayton, V. Sells, S. Mace, W. Montgomery, L. Ghent, S. Wagner, K. Wheat. Row 3: J. Bryant, D. Evans, B. Tremain, E. Smith, D. Marrow, R. Lynch, Frazier, M. Poulson, J. Duncan, C. Cropper, W. Thompson, G. Power, R. Fruits. Row 4: L. Saslaw, M. Seelenbincler, P. DeFord, K. Bullock, C. Campbell, Hook, B. Davis, J. Abbott, D. Trinter, R. Hanes, J. Dean, C. Burchinal, J. Lovely. Q P' l Sr. Boys Glee-Seated: L. Ensminger, accomp.p E. Bolin, v. pres.: M. Siegle, pres.: D. Shepard, sec.-treas.p R. Steakley. Row l: P. Vance, C. Hart, C. D. Sparks, R. Lynch, D. Troup, C. Mawhirter, P. Holbrook, J. Manter, L. Saslaw, D. Wiant, W. Thompson, J. Bordner, Row 3: D. Larson, Barber, R. Hanes, J. Parsley, D. Caldwell, C. Campbell, S. Hook, T. Barber, B. Davis. Row 4: B. Jones, D. Thompson, E. Fluty, C. Cremean, J. Stewa Parks, D. McCaskey, R. Fout, J. Keller, L. Scales, K. Frankeberger, J. Rohe, J. Kuntz, B. Kidd, B. Severance. G. Brown, B. Richwine, T. Hatfield, E. Holloway, R. Terry, P. Pyle, J. Dean, T. Dunleavy, D. Noble, J. C. Brown, T. Schneider, E. Smith, J. Callahan, R. Fruits, S. Lawson, I. Nivins, J. Wamsley, T. Cassill. Row J. Roberts, B. Herbert, K. Bullock, C. Burchinal, C. Caulkins, J. Burnheimer, D. Aldenderfer, J. Durrett, rt, P X ,' fl Sr. Girls Glee-Seated: J. Trott, sec.: T. Miller, v. pres., E. Woody, pres., J. Cantlon, treas., M. Ray, accompanist. Row 1: J. Stone, D. Hawk, L. Burton, T. Neidig, C. Middaugh, C. Henson, S. Bartels, S. Story, R. Summers, M. Hange, L. George, H. Barnhouse, A. Hatfield, J. Woodard, T. Hatfield, L. Swanson, E. Wiant, W. Montgomery, J. Wilson. Row 2: S. Durham, K. Bell, B. Simpson, V. Sells, L. Copas, G. Nelson, K. Thickstun, L. Daniels, C. Young, S. Stouffer, L. Fox, C. Violet, T. Starrett, J. Bucklew, S. Wagner, L. Ghent, B. Bolon, K. Wheat. Row 3: D. Hamilton, C. Turnbull, M. Heilman, D. Sh uherk, M. Fishman, S. Barnes, J. Nybell, B. Wagener, C. Clemmons, S. Barrows, C. Kruse, S. Mace, R. Bell, J. Mushrush, J. Boynton, B. Stewart, C. Compson, J. Oehler, L. Barkley. The Junior Choir this year took part in the traditional Christmas program, and the Spring Concert. The Junior Girls Glee is made up of students who are interested in ioining Senior Girls Glee. They combine with the Senior Girls Glee for performing concerts and at contest. The purpose of the Senior Girls Glee is to unite girls with good ability and potential in music into a unique organization. The Glees participated in the Thanksgiving Assembly, the Christmas program, the District Music Competition, and the Spring Music Concert. The Senior Boys Glee, a group of approximately fifty boys, participated in most of the same pro- grams as the Senior Girls Glee. In order to become a member of this group, a boy must enjoy singing and be willing to work hard. All four groups were under the direction of Mrs. Carol Evans. Jr Girls Glee-Row 1: D. Van Voorhis, D. Bendure, J. Bordner, M. Merz, M. Hange, K. Stanley, B. Allshire, N. Wasson, T Potter G Wendel, T. Moore, P. Johnston, B. Crego, L. Bartlett, D. Kaurich, T. Hatfield, C. Stephenson. Row 2: O Corson D. Watson, G. Scadden, T. Dibble, C. Violetc, P. Walker, C. Moore, M. Parkard, M. Turner, S. Pierce, D. Lloyd R Kline, D. Lephart, D. Ragland, C. Russell, L. Marcum, B. Johnston. Row 3: D. Harris, B. Scaggs, R. Berry, K. Hazelrigg J Jarvis, K. Ehlers, M. Huffman, M. Cardiff, D. Rupert, S. Chevrier, S. Barrows, J. Byers, B. Beach, D. Porter, D Cunningham, M. Hobson, P. Clayton, L. Hurshman, J. Niles, J. Moore. Band-Row 1: J. Stone, J. Oehler, D. Kruse, T. Neidig, N. Wasson, L. Daniels, S. Wagner, J. Niles, J. Wetterstroem, J. Bordner. Row E Wood R Chevrier K Wheat N Miller R Grossman T Barber P Walker B Mullins C Violet C All n H Wall D J. Jarvis, A. Hatfield. Row 3: S. Luckett, D. Ragland, J. Smelker, C. Midclaugh, K. Pierce, M. Bowen. Row 4: S: Puskac, S. Luckett, Stanley, J. Hichman, L. Kirkpatrick, J. Cassell, T. Schneider, D. Troup, E. Brewer, B. Hinson, M. Wilcox, T. Falco, K. Bell, E. Fluty, test. No football game would have been complete without the clock-w performances presented by the North High School Marching Band. T weeks before school started, the band could be seen practicing ev morning at eight o'clock, but their work and sweat was not wasted. Ea week the band performed at the halftime of the football games. On t occasions the North bancl ioined with the bands of Eastmoor and Wal Ridge to do combined shows. Highlights of the season included Julie Rc iger, head maiorette, leading the band in script North, and the Hip Show. North's maiorettes were chosen in the early spring. Under the leadersl of Julie Raidiger, the girls made up their own routines. They then spu many hours co-ordinating their efforts with the band. Once the marching season was over, the band worked deligently earn money for new band uniforms. Their many Proiects included selli candy, sponsoring a Student-Faculty basketball game and a Christmas J zaar, and producing a Variety Show. Even with all these proiects, the ba found time to perform at the Spring Concert and at the District Band Cc Band Produce 'Fil evolutionary Sound J. Roberts, J. Hardesty, D. Trinler, M. Sbrochi, D. Hinson, M. Moss, C. Banks, C. Clemmons. 'Row 5: D. Slonaker, B. Abney, R. R. Speaks, B. Thomas, O. Charles, L. Blair, B. Severance, C. Cremean, D. Cabell, D. Welsh, L. McCreary, M. link, D. Loy, B. D. Jones, D. Slonaker, J. Wamsley, D. Hines, Mr. Dale, L. Steger, J. Smelker, L. Scales, J. Clark, J. Rohe, M. Bankes, J. CUM: J. Raidiger. Standing: M. Heddlesfon, C. The hippy band presents a groovy show. K. Pierce. 63 lnstrumentalists Unite in Harmon Very few North High Students realized how much work went into the programs presented by North's orchestra. Under the direction of Mr. Dale, the group practiced dili- gently several days a week at eight o'clock in addition to their daily second period rehearsals. The orchestra per- formed at the Christmas Program, the Spring Concert, and the District Orchestra Contest. The Polarians, a select group of musicians, could found hard at work daily fifth period. Performing dan band style arrangements, the Polarians entertained 1 North's pep assemblies, club-sponsored dances and man outside engagements. Both groups took on a fresh appearance in their ne' uniforms. Orchestra-Row 1: M. Eberle, K. Bell, M. Mitschu, R. Oleson, S. Durham, J. Bucklew, C. Banks. Row 2: L. Ensminger, M. Mehl, L. Hurshman, R. M. Huffman, J. Bordner, C. Kruse, J. Oehler, N. Wasson, J. Stone, A. Hatfield, J. Jarvis, C. Brown. Row 3: J. Raidiger, C. Hinson, C. Burchinal, Mullins, J. Wamsley. Row 4: D. Cabell, C. Violet, P. Walker, P. Johnson, C. Allen, K. Pierce, J. Dunn, R. Svanks, B. Hurshman, S. Rolfe, R. Hast, Clemmons, H. Wall, D. Hamilton, D. Slonaker, M. Taylor, M. Link, D. Hines. Row 4: Mr. Dale, D. Welsh, T. Kirkland, B. McClure, C. Ensminger, Bowen, M. Bankes, J. Clark, L. Scales. Polarians-Row 1: D. Hines, J. Cassell, E. Brewer, E. Fluty, D. Troup. Row 2: L. Blair, D. Cabell, IB. Severance, K. Scott, M. Bowen, M. Sbrochi, Parks, J. Smelker, M. Bankes, L. Scales, Mr. Dale, Kim Bell. l l Bass Clef Club-Seated: L. Blair, sgt. at arms, M. Bowen, v-pres., D. Slonaker, pres.: C. Cremean, sec.: D. Cabell, treas. Row i: J. Cooper, R. Hast, K. Scott, C. Ensminger, T. Schneider. Row 2: Mr. Dale, R. Rodock, B. Thompson, D. Troup, T. Falco, J. Cassell, D. Jones, J. Snouffer, D. Frazier. Row 3: E. Brewer, C. Burchinal, R. Speaks, B. Henson, D. Jones, D. Poe, J. Hichman, J. Clark, D. Welsh. Row 4: J. Roberts, K. Bell, R. Hines, B, Thomas, D. Hines, E. Fluty, P. Parks, T. Jones, M. Taylor, D. Trinter. Still dressed in "hippie" costumes, the band roots for the Polar Bears. 'lf 'l HW R cjfigf' lg: ' H V. The Clef Club is an organization set up for girls in band and orchestra. The members planned slum- ber parties and dances within their own club, and money-making proiects to help pay for new band uniforms. The corresponding group for the boys in band and orchestra is the Bass Clef Club with sim- ilar activities. Advisor to both groups on this year's activities was Mr. Dale, head of the instrumental music department. Clef Club-Seated: S. Luckett, sgt.-at-arms: S. Foureman, treas., R. Chevrier, v-pres.: D. Heffel- finger, pres., A. Hatfield, sec., C. Clemmons, sgt.- at-arms. Row 1: N. Wasson, P. Johnston, S. Bazler, K. Stanley, J. Wetterstroem, M. Heddleston, J. Bordner, T. Neidig, M. Merz, J. Raidiger, C. Hin- son. Row 2: S. Puskac, V. Bucklew, C. Banks, P. Walker, M. Mitschu, M. Moss, C. Violet, V. Kim- bro, L. Kirkpatrick, K. Pierce, S. Luckett, S. Wag- ner. Row 3: J. Bucklew, L. Daniels, J. Stone, C. Jobe, S. Durham, M. Huffman, M. Heath, L. Ens- minger, E. Woody, N. Miller. Row 4: Mr. Dale, C. Kruse, B. Mullins, J. Jarvis, J. Niles, J. Oehler, J. Hardesty, D. Hamilton, N. Irwin, H. Wall. 65 1 Sr. Y-Teens-Row i: D. Gray, R. Summers, J. Raidiger, C. Hayes, S. Story, J. Trott, H. Barnhouse, K. Thomas, T. Hatfield, A. Hatfield, J. Woodard, E. Wia P. Williams, D. Sowers, K. Lucas, J. Baird. Row 2: Mrs. Hoh, S. Rogers, L. Burton, S. Johnston, M. Fortin, C. Dalton, C. Banks, L. Fox, C. Ooten, M. Tayl M. Kidner, S. Luckett, T. Starrett, G. Nelson, K. Preston, D. Williams, P. Myers. Row 3: S. Foureman, B. Schoby, C. Violet, P. Whitmer, D. Porter, K. Fly A. Hart, D. Lee, D. Porter, T. Ma, K. Pensyl, M. Grundy, K. Shaffer, B. Myers, E. Woody, P. DeFluiter, P. Lee, K. Weakley. . l Service Club which to work. Under the direction of Mrs. Hoh, th cabinet tried to plan an interesting variety of program for the girls in addition to the annual Christmas with th Hi-Y and the annual style show. The purpose of this club is to give each intereste girl a proiect to pursue. She has an opportunity to d this by working on committees and on service project This instills a sense of belonging in the group as we as having fun. Cabinet-Kneeling: K. Pensyl, treas.g S. Story, sec.: H. Barnhouse, pres., M. Heil- man, v-pres., S. Story, Mem.-at-large. Chairmen Seated: C. Turnbull, M. Heath, T. Hatfield, L. Burton, J. Larson. Chairmen Standing: A. Hatfield, E. Wiant, G. Nelson, J. Trott. Y-Teens-Seated: B. Johnston, M. Hittle, N. Hasbrook, T. Neidig, M. Heddleston, G. Wendel, C. Watson, N. Wasson, L. Murdock. Row 1: Mrs. Hoh, S. Wa ner, J. Freeman, J. Harkins, L. Miller, L. George, D. Gill, M. Scarberry, D. Myers, L. Fraley, B. Long, B. Grege, Y. Pigler, R. Richards, D. Kaurich, S. Wad J. Bucklew, D. Ulseth, D. Watson, G. Scadden, A. Hughes, S. Story, L. Swanson. Row 2: L. Marcum, B. Bolon, M. Packard, T. Walker, N. Miller, B. Tl'laClfe V. Grice, K. Thickstun, K. Pierce, J. Williams, C. Compson, C. Russell, T. Oppenheimer, D. Porter, J. Dibble, P. Young, M. Jackson, B. Simpson, M. Sta rett, J. Hunter, W. Montgomery, K. Stanley, K. Morrison, B. Green, D. White, J. Williams. Row 3: O. Corson, B. Mullins, S. Barrows, C. Ford, B. Donle S. Nelson, R. Walker, D. Hawk, K. Chaffen, K. Wheat, S. Puskac, C. Kruse, C. Turnbull, M. Ray, D. Delph, S. Pierce, V. Brofford, V. Sells, C. Wolfe, Copas, S. Pinkerton, V. Ovitt, J. Byers, C. Downs, D. Prince. Row 4: A. Haines, C. Hornak, D. Pinkerman, J. Norman, B. Blackburn, L. Knox, K. :nler S. Durham, S. Barnes, D. Motter, J. Boynton, G. Weisheimer, B. McCormick, K. Jones, J. Oehler, C. Turnbull, J. Moore, M. Lyons, J. Niles, N. Irwin, Staley, D. Staley, D. Kibbey, D. Gardiner, K. Hazelrigg, R. Berry, J. Phaneuf, D. Hodo, S. Mancini, L. Powers, J. Nybell. .- The Y-Teens this year had many different proiects or Hi-Y-Row 1: Mr. Bennett, D. Cabell, S. Dow, D. Watkins, R. Wolfe, T. Schneider, D. Potts. Row 2: G. Breuning, J. Bordner, Tall, D. Hawk, E. Durr, S. Morris, G. Turner, D. Penzone, E. Bolin. Row 3: T. Corcoran, M. Hittle, J. Poling, D. Washburn, DeVoss, G. Conway, J. Keller, J. Miller, J. Hurley, D. Aldenderfer, J. Trimmer, L. Stephenson. Row 4: R. Fout, D. Caldwell, Ward, J. Hogston, D. Thompson, B. Jones, R. Lower, D. Otenberger, B. Kidd, C. Clifford, G. Houston, R. Bush. trengthen Character Hi-Y is the Y.M.C.A. club for high school boys, and hrough increased co-operation, the North chapter has een able to sponsor more activities. The purpose of the orth Hi-Y Club is to create and maintain throughout the ome, school, and community high standards of Chris- ian character. This year Hi-Y sponsored a candy sale and as the co-sponsor of the Hi-Y, Y-teens dance. A few of ts members also participated in the city Hi-Y basketball eague. I Cabinet-J. Kuntz, ir. rep., R. Ward, sgt.-at-arms, D. Caldwell, sec.: D. Washburn, pres.: J. Poling, v-pres., D. Penzone, trees.: E. Bolin, chap.: T. Hatfield, ir. rep. i-Y-Row 1: J. Batchel, P. Vance, R. Lynch, D. Dunleavy, C. Pentz, C. Cropper, J. Hanes, D. King. Row 2: R. Hanes, B. Herbert, J. Sears, M. Brooks, G. ertikoff, P. Pyle, C. Burchinal, D. Nichol, M. Seelenbinder, M. Tremain, T. Sheppard, D. Evans, D. Quaintance, G. Dr. Eibling relaxes with Cindi Violet and Karen Thomas after speaking to F.T.A. 68 Sr. F.T.A.-Seated: J. Baird, pub., K. Thomas, prog., K. Pensyl, v-pres., C. Violet, pres., L. Pfalzgraf, sec., T. Starrett, treas.g S. Story, soc. Row 1: E. Wiant, B. Gates, L. Larimer, M. Brofford, C. Dalton, J. Trott, S. Johnston, J. Raidiger, C. Hayer, Mrs. Strapp, Row 2: J. Woodard, A. Hatfield, M. Heath, P. Williams, D. Cabell, M. Fortin, L. Fox, H. Barnhouse, L. Burton. Row 3: K. Preston, C. Ooten, M. Fishman, T. Miller, C. Clemmons, D. Williams, P. Myers, M. Grundy, K. Flynn, S. Luckett. Row 4: P. Gygi, S. Gibson, M. Heilman, J. Trimmer, R. Fout, D. Hamilton, J. Cantlon, J. Larson, P. DeFluiter, J. Mushrush. F.T. . Prepares Members for Teaching Careers Future Teachers of America, under the direction os Mrs. Strapp, is an organization designed to help prepar the students of North who plan to enter the teachin profession for their future career. Each members' interes was heightened by the F.T.A. meetings which incluc prominent speakers such as Superintendent Eibling religious speakers, picnics, the banquet with Whetstone F.T.A., and "Teaching Career Day." F.T.A.-Row I: T. Potter, D. Kaurich, T. Neidig, D. Bendure, C. Carter, R. Richards, C. Russell, K, Pierce, K. Morrison, J. Harkins, J. Freeman, M. Wasson. Row 2: M. Heddleston, L, Marcum, P. Green, T. Gygi, M. McClary, S. Murphy, W. Montgomery, Y. Pigler, K. Stanley, L. Vest, D. White, J. V. Sells, K. Thickstun, V. Ovitt, S. Stephenson, C. Thompson, D. Watson. Row 3: S. Wade, J. Bucklew, B. Johnson, J. Dibble, l. Ermatinger, O. Corson, Simpson, L. Copas, S. Pinkerton, N. Miller, J. Smith, J. Byers, S, Pierce, J. Niles, C. Hornak, J. Jones, D. Prince, A. Fowler, L. Swanson, M. Hittle. Row B. Mullins, M. Sutphin, S. Mancini, J. Chandler, K. Hazelrigg, R. Berry, C. Campbell, J. Bell, K. Jones, J. Oehler, C. Turnbull, M. Ray, G. Weisheimer, Boynton, B. Staley, S. Barnes, D. Hodo, M. Starrett, S. Story. ' Chess Club-Seated: M. Davis, sec., D. Buchman, v. pres., D. Aldenderfer, pres. Standing, Row lz W. Thompson, A. Moheimani, P. Pyle, M. Seelenbinder, J, Durrett, J. Ditmars, D. Ward, B. Blue, G. Lare, M. Lee, Mr. Curran, J. Harris, l-- Engle. Row 2: B. M0llel, C- lS56, C. Duty. .-Bottom Row: P. DeFord, v. pres.: D. Buch- treas.: L. Engle, pres. Row 2: Miss Kaufman, ade, C. Banks, D. Aldenderfer, T. Dunleavy, M. Competition Stimulates Diligence The purpose of the Chess Club is to encourage an interest in chess. The club is open to anyone who enioys playing chess or wishes to learn to play. Under the direction of Mr. Curran, the chess team won numerous matches with local schools and became one of the best teams in the state. The debate team and individual events con- testants participated in approximately twenty competitive tournaments with students from other high schools. The members of these teams who accumulated a sufficient number ot points were eligible to ioin the National Forensic League, an honorary speech organization for high school students across the nation. Competitive Speech-Row 1: Miss Kaufman, S. Wade, D. Kaurich, C. Banks, S. Kulick, M. Mitschu. Row 2: J. Jones, G. Wills, P. Metzer, B. Shook, B. Richwine, L. Saslaw, M. Paxton. Row 3: K. Ehlers, P. De-Ford, K. Conley, S. Roberts, B. Herbert, L. Engle, D. Kilmer. Row 4: C. Duty, M. Davis, B. Davis, D. Buchman, D. Aldenderfer, W. Coleman. 69 National Honor Society-Row l: S. Yeh, S. Rogers, M. Hange, J. Bowsher, H. Barnhouse, M. Heath, K. Flynn, M. Gamble, J. Woodard, J. Raidiger, C. Row 2: S. Lee, S. Kulick, P. Whitmer, K. Bell, M. Heilman, J. Larson, K. Perkins, R. Chevrier, S. Foureman, E. Wiant. Row 3: S. Jarvis, M. Siegle, J. D. Penzone, J. Poling, Mr. Serr. Row 4: D. Sellers, J. Harris, T. Jewett, M. Bowen, R. Lower, S. Croft, M. Davis. 11 National Honor Society Officers-Row 1: K. Bell, sec., S. Rogers, treas. Row 2: R. Lower, v-pres., M. Eberle, pres. Dramatics Club-Row l: R. Fout, sgt.-at-arms: L Barkley, treas.p S. Story, v-pres.: R. Summers, pres. T. Ma, sec., J. Mushrush, act. Row 2: R. Steakley, C Shivers, L. McCabe, D. Porter S. Johnston S. Stor 1 1 Y: L. Burton, L. Larimer, M. Brofford, C. Dalton, J. Baird. Row 3: M. Fortin, L. Fox, N. Dempsey, P Young, E. Wiant, L. Marcum, M. Hittle, C. Violet, P. DeFluiter, S. Luckett, C. Clemmons. Row 4: D. Wil- liams, C. Weppler, MI Fishman, B. Stewart, B. Pennell J. Larson, L. Phaltzgraf, M. Heilman, N. Ring. Row sl R. Cope, M. Garrabrant, M. Barber, J. Durrett, l. Blair, J. Hogston, P. Clinton, M. Hittle, Mr. Faist. 49 F Students Excel in Their Own Fields This year, 36 seniors received membership to the Charles D. Everett chap of the National Honor Society. On the basis of leadership, scholarship, cha: ter, and service, these students were chosen by a faculty committee in Fel: ary and were officially installed at a special recognition assembly held on Ma l2. This is the highest honor that a student can receive while at North. The Dramatics Club ioined the roster of organizations at North this year. purpose of the club was to encourage an interest in dramatics. The mernl: made posters for the plays and helped set up for assemblies. it rt Club-Row 1: T. Dunleavy, sgt.-at-arms, N. Ring, v. pres., M. Garrabrant, pres., N. Deal, treas.f S. Mancini, sec., G. Turner, W. Crow, E. Reedy, B. ons, R. Tall. Row 2: N. Dempsey, D. Prince, B. Rice, J. Lower, L. Martin, K. Ward, B. Myers, N. Mancini, J. Windesham, G. Wendel, Miss Eastwood, ad- isor, T. Starrett, D. Williams, P. Myers. 1 ' 'W' rt Club Qffer Involvement l.. Waller, E. Woodring. Row 2: R. Holton, S. Coverdale, B. Hast, S. Hammond, B. Kidd. Arts-Mr. Barnetson, advisor, C. Moody, K. K. Peterson, B. Henney, S. Kowalsky, O. Par- Art Assistants-G. Kruger, B. Lyons, N. Dempsey, P. Myers, E. Hoover. The art department of North High was made up of different fields to delight the interested artist. The art helpers assist Miss East, the art teacher, by taking at- tendance, running errands, and passing out art supplies. The graphic arts club was made up of students maioring in graphic arts. The students make signs for organizations and school functions along with the schedule signs which appear in each classroom. 7l f-- :es Sr, D.E.C.A. Club-Row l: D. Crowder, R. Lelux. Row 2: R. Rotz, Jr. D.E.C.A. Club-Row 1: S. Murphy, sec., D. Cox, pres., D. Chowder, v. pres B. Jones, R. Clemmons, D. Taylor, Joy Davis, D. Polock, B. Swift, ROW 2: B. Riddle, M- YOUHQ, M. Bryanf, l-- M0flBf1. M- Wllesf G- McDaniel, MF L. Gillenwater, sec., F. Prince, pres., D. Smith, v. pres., Mr. Briggs. Bfl995- RCW 31 5- liams. J- While. G- Maifvnkk. M- Jessie- K- MUCH- J- HOPPEV J. Milligan, S. Radcliff. Students are able to pursue various interests through numerous organizations at North. Selling pens with the 1968 football sched- ule printed on them was one of the Safety Club's first fall proiects. Later in the year, the Safety Club sponsored a school-wide safety slogan contest. The Betty Lamp Club creates new opportunities in the field of home economics. This year, the club sponsored a style show with members of the club serving as models. The Red Cross Club is a group of girls who do volunteer work at various hospitals around the city. Most of their work is done in the children's ward. D.E.C.A., the Distributive Education Club of America, B.O.E., Business Office Education, and C.O.E., Co-Operative Office Educa- tion are vocational courses offered at North. Students learned occupational skills in these courses which will aid them after grad- uation. B.O.E. and C.O.E. were new to North this year. Interest I Through Studen f-' lfl, .ff Safety Council-Row l: C. Hayes, v. pres., K. Flynn, pres., S. Johnston, sec.-treas. Row 2: Mr. Morrison L. Martin, K. Pennsyl, S. Luckett, C. Clemmons, J. Moore, L. George. Row 3: M. Stiles, D. Noble, R DeJolsvay, G. Huston, G. Brown, R. Porter. Expressed Organizations Betty Lamp Club-Row 1: D. Kib- bey, S. Luckett, trees., M. Garde- ner, v-pres., P. Clayton, pres., J. Wellman, sec., K. Bell. Row 2: Mrs. Holt, L. Blair, C. Banks, R. Summers, M. Brofford, L. Larimer, D. Porter, L. Fraley, D. Gray, Mrs. Robb. Row 3: C. Ricketts, N. Kerr, B. Pancake, C. Clemmons, L. No- ble, A. Hart, V. Triftipo, Y. Pigler. Row 4: A. Haines, K. Shaffer, S Oppenheimer, J. Norman, D. Shu herk, T. Entler, L. Edwards, M Knueven, S. Fisher, M. Kidner Row 5: J. Hardesty, E. Hammond, K. Laura, N. Evans, D. Harris, P. Woodell, J. Oehler, C. Johnson, S. Godby. Red Cross-Row 1: S. Barrows, D. Bullock, C. Hayes, L. Barkely. Row 2: L. Marlin C. Peters, B. Green, Mrs. Ray. Row 3: P. Ross, C. Springer, B. Slonaker, D. Hodo B. Myers. B.O.E.-Row 1: L. Thomas, sec., J. Lanier, K. Adams, S. Epley. Row 2: A. Davis, B. Slonaker, T. Spillers, treas., P. Hughes, S. Tuggle, v-pres., J. Marcum, C. Mattison, J. Jordan, D. Saunders, D. Prince, Mrs. Wolfe. x-i C.O.E.-Row 1: R. Conley, sec-freas., G. Watson, pres., K. Grice, v'pres. Row 2: R. Bevan, D. McCord, S. Morris, M. Thornton. Row 3:'E. Torr, D. Lee, B. Blamer, G. Perry, R. Lecco, C. Kindall. Row 4: Mrs. Biggers, L. Kearns, L. Cunningham, D. Eaton, K. Perkins, J. Pyle. Language clubs at North are the Latin Club, French Club, German Club, and the Spanish Club. Each club seeks to foster interest in its language and is open to the students taking the language. Programs about cul- ture, the customs of the country, and the cuisine made each meeting a learn- ing experience. Each of the modern lan- guage groups supplemented its programs this year by talks given by people who - knew the Cguntrieg in question? they had German Club-Row 1: B. Wagener, L. Marcum, M. Mitschu, R. Walker, D. LaGrow, S. Lee . Row 2: Mrs. Bontrager, U. Robertson, M. Coverstone, J. Juniper, E. Grewer, D. Reeder, A been there of were f0'e'9n exchange Moheamana, D. wsfkins. Row at K. Ehlers, G, Marlowe, P. Gygi, B. Mailer, B. isss, D. Loy, c. students. Such first-hand reporting helped Spaulding. R- Porter, D. Washburn, D. Jones. to bring the languages alive at North. Language Club Probe Foreign Cultures Spanish Club-Row 1: P. Whitmer, treas., H. Barnhouse, v. pres., L. George, pres., J. Mushrush, sec., B. Hershman, sgt.-at-arms. Row 2: K. Thomas, L. Vangundy, S. Story, B. Schoky, B. Johnston, K. Pierce, C. Russel, N. Miller, D. Hawk, R. Cruz, M. Hittle, S. Pinkerton. Row 3: Mrs. Barnhizer, J. Wellman, S. Johnston, K. Flynn, C. Banks, T. Ma, S. Cheek, T. Hebb, D. Rupert, J. Jarvis, B. Scaggs, J. Oehler. Row 4: S. Luckett, L. Miller, B. Bolen, L. Copas, M. Copas, M. Heath, P. DeFluiter, J. Chandler, C. Bridges, T. Dunleavy, S. Morris, S. Scanlon, Mrs. Arheit. Row 5: P. Casbarro, T. Cassill, L. Beetham, M. Garrabrant, C. Caulkins, T. McTurner, T. Stietz, L. Bowan, J. Miller, E. Fluty, R. Lower, D. Hines. 74 French Club Rowl D Noble treas C Vuolet, v pres S Kulnck pres M Hange sec J Larson, pro char, T Porter P Johnson, l cl R w3 J Woodard S Wade D Altemus B Sumpson L Burton R Steakley, D Houchard D Kaunch I Ermatrnger G Swartzan er o K P sl M Jackson P Young M Hlttle J Bucklew M Mutschu L Ensmunger D Porter, O Corson Mrs Sherman S Foureman eny Row 4 .I Norman S Chevxer J Dlbble J Noble, R Chevler D Heffelfmger M Ray J Boynton S Durham, G Welshenmer J M C k L En le B Truman Phaneuf S Barnes Row 5 J Zimmerman B Shook G Brown, D Aldenderfer W Coleman L Blair D c as ey g L Cl b R w I L Wole J Harris S Wade, M Davrs D Sellers P DeFord Row 2 V Bucklew C Mlddaugh E Sp atm u 0 ry man C Fruth S Saft K Stanley L Fraley J Wetterstroem, P Dunaway B OKuffe L Ghent B Simpson J Freeman S Wll C W Ier J Smlth C Wolfe Wagner J Stone Row 3 S Bazler S Lee J Byers J Drbble M Ray J Bordener H a epp , , S Barnes D Gardner K Hazelrrgg Row 4 Mr Ilg D Conkle R Lynch M Burkholder C Brown R Bxllmgsley, P Pyle B J Hlchman D Trmter T Krrkland Row 5 M Demos S Hook, T Berber, J Durrett T Hull R Rnchwune K Hrmmeberger Hmes K Frankeberger, B Davrs D Buchman W Coleman E Hoover lLeffI Latin students decorate for Latm week 515- J 7 -- , ' NIM 'XMI I . - J. if I . r , T. . . . . ' 1- , W l " ' :I fn r 1 , 1 . 1 l' - ' 1 4 1' '. l -1- .2 r .. W ex. l . , - : . , .p . . .7 . , .7 . , .7 . . .' . . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , : . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . . , . . : . , . , . . , . ,. , . ,. f 1 ' L' lf , .l - : . , . , . . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . 1 - , . , . , . . : . , . . . 1 - . , . , . , . . .1- Q , 0 v ' ' A GAA-Kneeling: C. Turnbull, B. Simpson, S. Wade, M. Jackson, R. Cruz, T. Horne, N. Evans, S. Cheek, J. Wellman, Row 1: J. Raidiger, S. Story, J. Trot H. Barnhouse, S. Luckett, L. Burton, T. Hatfield, K. Thomas, S. Story, M. Heddleston, D. Sowers, P. Williams. Row 2: L. Copas, S. Kulick, E. Wiant, M. Heat P. Lee, M. Moss, C. Violet, A. Hatfield, S. Luckett, M. Starrett, T. Starrett. Row 3: L. Fox, S. Pinkerton, B. Thacker, E. Woody, M. Ray, P. Whitmer, M. Grund C. Clemmons, K. Pensyl, P. DeFluiter, S. Gibson, S, Foureman. Row 4: Miss Rainey, J. Mushrush, S. Lee, S. Fisher, C. Kruse, J. Larson, L. Barkley, D. Hami ton, C. Turnbull, M. Heilman, J. Cantlon, R. Bell, J. Boynton, Mrs. Drenning. The Girls' Athletic Association stands for many different things. To the pledges, it means a week of skits, exercises, and em- barassing moments complemented by straggly hair and sloppy knee socks. To the members: working on homecoming decorations, remod- eling the G.A.A. room, the Y Park slumber party, the bookcover sale, and, of course, in- tramurals. For the cabinet, G.A.A. stands for a year of hardwork and for the advisors, Mrs. Drenning and Miss Rainey, a year of capable leadership that has proved rewarding. 76 thletic Groups Promot X uf G.A.A. Officers-Row l: S. Kulick, J. Cantlon, S. Foureman, S. Luckett, J. Trott. Row q Miss Rainey, M. Heilman, J. Larson, C. Clemmons, E. Woody, Mrs. Drenning. Row 3 E. Wiant, T. Starrett, M. Heath, J. Raidiger. 1 , I ef 'Wa Nz.. 'M' -Ja Q! , 'G+ . ,.,. , w ng. All athletes of North who have earned i letter are eligible to be members of larsity "N." During the football and bas- netball seasons the members who were mot playing the sport guarded the gates, ioors, and fences. The main purpose of his club is to get boys interested in sports. ' ysacal Skill lqi Lv-AL.. Varsity "N"-Row 1: M. Hittle, sec.: R. Wolfe, sgt.-at-arms, E. Bolin, pres.: M. Siegle, v. pres.: J. Poling, treas. Row 2: Mr. Hendrix, S. Morris, D. Shepard, L. Walker, T, Cassill, S. Dow, R. Porter, D. Stanley. Row 3: D. Leatherman, J. Hurley, R. Pelino, J. Bordner, J. Zimmerman, G. Kruger, B. Richwine, T. Pappas. Row 4: J. Miller, D. Thompson, B. Jones, W. Harris, R. Lower, J. Keller, D. Penzone. larettes-Row l: S. Gillenwater, D. Bendure, L. Thomas, D. Link, T. Moore. Row 2: M. Hittle, K. ickstun, L. Stewart, P. Clayton, S. Gammon. Row 2: D. Cox, L. Powers, C. Sowards, C. Compson, McCabe. Row 4: T. Gygi, B. Slonaker, W. Montgomery, T. Spillers, C. Wenger. Row 5: D. tes, L. Marcum, L. Ghent. This year was the first for the North High drill team, the Polarettes. The ad- visors were Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Barnhizer, with drill captain Marilyn Hittle. The squad consisted of 25 girls including four alternates. This year the girls worked on making their uniforms, and organizing their club. Although the girls only per- formed at the basketball games, in future years they also hope to be part of the football halftime shows. 77 dministration nd Academics teachers instruct, yet continually learn. adults who care, are concerned. aware of our problems, willing to listen. some understand, some never will. often looking at the new, but content with the old. ' admired, respected- and at times ignored. determined individuals, while a dedicated unit. molding our tomorrow being so close today. thank you. New dministrationi EDWIN TILTON Principal 'Er Mr. Tilton received a baccalaureate degrei from Ohio State University after serving in thi U. S. Army in World War Il. He holds a master' degree in school administration from O.S.l.l He has taught social studies in the Ross County Ohio schools at Maple Heights High School and at Linden-McKinley High School. Mr. Tiltoi served as assistant principal of Crestview Jur oir High School and of South High School, ani was principal of Ridgeview Junior High Schoa before coming to North this year. "The challenge presented to North High Schoa today, as to other secondary schools throughoi. our nation, is to provide our students with th education they will need either to take thei places in gainful employment or to continue the' education beyond high school. As our societ and technology change so must our education institutions. The staff of North High Schoj pledges to you our best efforts to meet th challenge of the changes facing us," r' Mary Davis, Melba Gavin, Barbara Cox Secretaries fsdti -i ii i., X ew Policies Mr. Serr taught mathematics at Linden-McKin- for thirteen and one-half years before entering - administrative cadet program in 1963. He came assistant principal at Medina Junior High September of 1964 and served there until ming to North High in August 1968 As I reflect upon my first year at North High ool I feel grateful for the opportunity of work with a dedicated professional staff Through ir individual and collective cooperation and orts good citizens are molded To the students of North High School I er my congratulations for the many worthwhile ievements during the year in academic work services performed for the school and its or DIZBTIODS in art In debate In dramatlcs In sic and in sports The staff your parents and community as a whole can be proud of you ope that this success will spur you on to ater achievements The Secretaries here at North have many 'obs perform to keep the school running Mrs Davis office receptionist takes charge the cap and gown list and rings the bell for ecial schedules along with performing many er duties Mrs Gavin is in charge of Yearly Term Reports te Reports and Correspondence of Principles Mrs Cox takes care of student records gradua n lists and heads Special Services WILLIS SERR Assistant Principal I ,,..,- Mr Tilton and Mr Serr check for a student s name in the vertical file Skilled Counselors Channel Ambitions ' l.AAiI"1llll l , iii HELEN BUMEN RAYMOND BUDD META GREGG Guidance Attendance Coordinator, Speech .-is ll - -i A ffm Mrs. Bumen gives a student advice concerning her - . X f schedule. .s s 'ft f CARROLL WOODRUFF ANNA LENTZ DAVID KERST School Treasurer Guidance Guidance Business Education l I 4 1 1 1 l I l 1 l lf- ly A li Mr. Budd interrogates student. ,Lx 1 A .Nav . N at BEN BENNETT World History Geography DARNBROUGH Current History American History ROBERT RICHARDS American History MARJORIE BLAIR TERRY BLACK P.O.D. World History American History EARL HICKMAN MARTIN HORN World History P.O.D. .x -I Mr. Bennett flips through text to find the assignment. Social cience id in Solving Current Problem I l Q'- -0 Mr. Darnbrough's approval of report pleases student. 9 BETH ARHEIT DIANE BISDORF ROBERT FAIST JUANITA CLAYTON English, Spanish English, Journalism English, Dramatics English I 'Qi CAROL GRAMLICH JUDY HOH Business English English Literature SUSAN RAY English REBECCA KAUFMAN English, Debate Language Arts Develop ti C I I if u tu ra Interests Mrs. Hoh appears dubious following a studenl's remark. iii 4-1'--s-in -i ,F JEANNE LUDDY ROSALIND STRAPP MARGARET HICKS GERTRUDE WRIGHT Engligh, Literature V English Libfafian Librarian If f KZ!! X' " , f . ! ' Debate coach, Miss Kaufman, advises competitors on an upcoming Saturday tournament. Iii' t s . fx. ' " A, '- If""i-"in ' , '?'73s'X,. . I 5 ' Mr. Faist strikes a dramatic pose. I r qi Q 'I l . Argyll- f t ' , 1""'v7' Students Guided Through Science Field NOEL CURRAN THOMAS DENT Q -was-Y 5 it sa Biology Chemistry Si. ROGER HENDRIX JAYNE wiLuAMs i i ir V " i i ' Y If Biology' Coaching Physical Science Mr. Curran examines a student's diagram of a dissected frog. N , , Prysgs ,X QW X if xy A ge ra DONALD SPARROW Physical Science b D Biology Mr. Dent compares results of a chemistry experiment with Denny and Ro erta JAMES KLOMAN EDWARD RICE General Math Trigonometry Algebra Advanced Math E 3 Solving TED ROSE Algebra, Geometry HELEN TILTON Geometry Business Math KENNETH LIST Shop Marh General Math A student's answer puzzles Mr. List. Mathematicians Le T in Problem- ad Science and Mathematics confer, a s Mrs. Tilton explains problems to Mr. Curran. BEVERLY BIGGERS C.O.E. Bu iness Courses Prepare Students for Careers ,Q I . Pg A121 JANET COPE Shorthand, Typing DEBORAH SEABOYER C.O.P., Typing s S M ,- ' r Mr. Briggs explains the world of business to DECA students. X x,J A studenfs comment amuses Mrs. Seaboyer. RICHARD BRIGGS Business Law RICHARD PEPPLE Bookkeeping MARY WOLFE B.O.E., Shorthand , w f 'yi nxlrf I M11 U A G, . T' fl A 37, I mv an T 5 5 lv' kv! Ag: v I ,iq k . , .Jjfh 7 ng . j Q 'A, ' , ,i,f'iL 'J1, 1 ,.V,, gf .V , 'Lily ' fff I I-C' . gl f g .. 4 .DA 5+ A' h Rf 1 - K 'PVSEQ Pt- Af" 'R .JR ' - f - .-,, 3 -35' SQA 9' 2. LJ? Afilk gf:-,YE-Y MA 1 V151- 'Qf .M ,P 'ffm . M- HV- . .4 - A 'D " : f'-R " '7,.fl,Llf7 '?Q'Qia.lE-13 ' "" V 'U,f'!tk5!XgLj'f.rSe1.. 4 .M ? " 5" 2515- -9-551621 1 H 1,12 7 X'-V" -- --,,,,,,,, ' . ' 3-wfd' - ' 'L , , - mf, . tml., WH F, -X 1474 T, . .. We-fi' - h S fic: gli gf, ,A 'hqgfx ,K um .fl fi 'A ff xr -me V' w QF? Q - s-. ,f 4, lx . , .x .K K' f A , V vm 4 ,K -5- 4 'i ' :z V, A ,Y . Y. f,A ,nM'f"1'sJ . -2 ' -: iw , ' .Y-rsxlzivv. --..qdu.a-- I 'iw' Arts Provide Means of Self-Expression CAROL EVANS THOMAS DALE Vocal Music Instrumental Music ,git L i 1 "1" I 'T' L 5 - .. 1 -'fy' it l ' 3 ,3- 1-:,.Qf -.' l Car .sstflt '- i ""' "V ..fl'i:... f.,, v 4 ' A P mrff 'mf-1 ' ' It Q 'tfQ'Zg'f,, . J Ii:-' A BETTIE EASTWOOD ' ""7-Cliff--Q-'15-if EL .,-iff.: , Fine Arts QQ : , ' A C5-F 1 Miss Eastwood wipes hands after a messy demonstration 5 "Practice makes perfect." WILLIAM BARNETSON Drafting, Blue Print Industrial and Domestic Skill Demand lngenuit BERNARD HEIGLEY Electricity, Metal I -I: - 15155 ISABELLE ROBB Home Management Foods I ll -.ill .AtU.L- 5 I ll'-,igiii l Y' .,i ' ' MLM .,-I. ,X-In l-' ,J F l ,1 ' 1 'WCHAEL KXOCKA MARGARET HOLT Woo Foods Clothing Mr. Heigly explains the wave length to electricity class. Bob shows his finished drafting project to Mr. B. and gains a look of approval. ' 1 yr i , i in l l I i wi M I f A Worried student lies still while Mrs. Ray fakes blood pressure. M532 all-,' V W, f l Round Out Curriculum lL I HILDA BESS Special Class JOAN RAY Medical Assisiant ' - L I ' . . ,grfqg - 1, ... , I I " 'l L1 4 f l A 1 ii 4. -V Y : R 1 W 14 ,Q , 4I!." N-A A 9 ' -N,-- if f Q 1 1 if 4- 2 is ,X if ff' - Q14 I il, 1 If Left to Right: Mary Boals, Managerg Mary Souch, Henrietta man, Rulh Owens, Maice Morgan, Ruby Cofirill, Norine Clark. Becker, Flossie Speakman, Valeda Earles, Dorothy Speak- Special Courses LUCY SKAGGS Special Class JOHN MORRISON Drivers Ed. HELEN ISH Nurse P.E. Department Develops if ow' Soundness 04,61 fi W ff Nfl P N, of Bod if We PAUL CALDWELL MARY RAINEY Physical Education Physical Education Coaching Healih Health ,Q ,, 1410 ails- 1 - , Mr. Caldwell explains how to hold a ball. Mrs. Drenning discusses an intramurals game with a tired player DAVID SHAW DELORES DRENNING Physical Education Physical Education Coaching Health Health "W""5 'ls -1 1' Vll Q A, Y. I 1 .I - NUN1 1 N x x W5 X K I X '. . f'1f'5T5fQf'vfi 1' - -5' Qfifz-' 1:54754 -iafif v-1. .. .- '- K1 , 5 ,-,vu --,- 5 AF 3' txfS"E: :':Q5'N"N"?1k--'f- KL 1'?f'1'a3ngs-,,x4w.l,x?S:5q9, bn, 21,53 - .v . :iw- '-di 'fig -I -Q.-:L r .., X Seniors final year, at last arrives. roles of leadership, teaching us responsibility. worries, tensions . . . laughter among friends. cramming for tests, yet looking ahead. knowing ourselves and what we will stand for. pressured into maturity, longing to be carefree. memories of olympics, favorite teachers, senior supper, and all good times. in the midst of experiencing life- we graduate. Officers Lead lass of 69 Through Successful Year 1969 is a very special year for us. It is the end of our high school education and the beginning of a new phase of our lives. As graduation day ap- proaches, we seem reluctant to leave North where we have spent three very memorable years. The word sophomore means wise fool. lsn't that a befitting description for us when we entered North in September, 1966? North's labyrinth of hallways and stairs baffled us. Finding the right class became our only obiective in the first few days of school. The Sophomore Mixer and our first Booster Drive made us somewhat at ease with North. The pageantry of Homecoming dazzled us. Homerooms competed fierce- ly in Operation U.S.O. With the fresh memory of defeat in our minds, revenge was our battle cry when we met Whetstone on the basketball court and triumphed with the score 67-55. Although we had a wonderful year, we were nevertheless eager to abdi- cate the not very complimentary title of sophomores. When we returned to North in the fall of 1967, we behaved like experienced and assured veterans returning to the battlefield. Even though our school- work became more difficult, it was more interesting. We juniors conquered the "mighty" seniors twice-in Operation U.S.O. and in the Girls' Basketball Tour- nament. ln the spring, petitions were circulated and elections held, many of us gained positions of leader- ship and responsibility. Beautiful spring weather and our Junior Breakout sped our iunior year to an end. We waited eagerly for September 4, 1968. V So, it finally happened: a three-year dream finally became reality as we proudly accepted the member- ship of North's most exclusive club, the Senior Class. For almost every senior, the last school year was a hectic but exciting one. Sally Story was crowned queen during a very memorable Homecoming cere- mony. The gym was turned into a casino when we held our Senior Laugh-Out. We seriously devoted many hours to fill out college and iob applications and to take entrance examinations. On a cold winter night, two archrivals met again on the basketball court, and North once again proved her superiority over the Senior Class Officers-John Poling, president: Rich Fout, vice-president Mickey Hntle sgt-at-arms: Dianne Hamilton, treasurer, Sophia Lee, secretary: Carol Hayes sgt at arms "school up the rive." We watched intently as the cast performed Rebel Without a Cause on a unique stage. Frolicking -in a Winter -Wonderland, we saw Dave Penzone reigning as Beau. The Senior Play, Thurber Carnival was presented in March. Each homeroom worked zealously and diligently for the Senior Olympics, the climax of our senior year and the pre- lude of our finale at North. Memory Lane, Senior Supper, Commencement practice and exams fol- lowed. As we sat in class for the last time as North High students, some of us wished that we did not have to leave, graduation seemed to have arrived too soon. We have learned not only mere facts from text- books, but also so much more from our teachers and friends. As we bid farewell to North, we feel we are leaving a very dear friendg but, no, we are not really leaving North, for it has become a part of our lives and in it we have stored many memories to cherish forever. Aldenderfer, David-Chess Club I, 2, 3, presidenl: Hi-Y 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Senior Choir 2, 3: Senior Glee I, 2, 3: Debale 3: N.F.L. 3. Allen, Carl-To Ohio Slare. Band I, 2, 3: Orcheslra 2, 3: Brass Choir 2. 3: Audio Visual I. Allen, William-Siudenl' Council I. Anderson, Karen-To Secrefarial Work. Baird, Jacqueline-To Ohio Slafe. Homecoming Top Ten: Fall Play 3: F.T.A. I, 2, 3, publicily chairman: Slu- clenl Council I, 2, 3: Dramalics Club 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 37 IO4 Siall 3i IO6 Slall 2. Ballca, Bruce Senior Supper - The Initial Farewell 1.2, Banlcs, Cheri-To Nalionwide Beauiy Academy. Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Belly Lamp 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3. Barber, Michael--To Ohio Slale. Cadel' Band I: Marching Band 2. 3: Glee 2, 3: Senior Choir 3: Ensem- ble 3: Audio Visual 2: German Club 2. Barber, Ray--To Air Force. Polaris I, 2, 3: Boosler Drive I, 3: Sludenl Council 3: Radio Slaff 3. Barkley, LoreHa-To Nursing School. Fall Play 3: Polar Bear Mascol' 3: Red Cross 2, 3: vice-presidenl: Drama?- ics Club 3, lreasurer: Y-Teens I, 2. 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Boosler Drive 3, caprain: IO4 Slalf I. 2, 3. Barnhouse, Holly-To Bowling Green. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, presidenl: Social Rec. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: F.'l'.A. I, 2, 3: Spanish Club. vice-presiclenl: Srudenl Courr 3: Ensemble 2, 3: Senior Choir 2, 3, secrerary. Bell, Kalhryn-To Capilol Universily. Berry Lamp I, 2, 3, presidenl: Library Slafl' I, 2, 3, rreasurer: Main Of- fice Slall' 2, 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I: Hislory Club 2, secrelary: Senior Choir 2, 3. Spectator Sports Are Favore- Bell, Rosanna-To Bliss College. Y-Teens 3: IO5 Statt I. 2, 3: Glee I, 2. 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Reserve Cheerleader 2. Bell, Sharon-Main Ottice Statt 3: Nurse Statt 3. Betz. Peggy-To Ohio State. Y-Teens 2. 3: Betty Lamp I: Booster Drive I, 2. Bevan, Robin-To Secretarial Work. Y-Teens 2. 3: C.O.E. 3. Bigger. Jay-Polaris Statt I, 2, business manager. Blamer, Bonnie-C.O.E. 3: IO4 Statt 3: Booster Drive 2. Bolin, Ed-To Ohio State. Student Council 3: I-Ii-Y chaplain: Football I, 2: Varsity "N" 2, 3. president: Track I. 2: Senior Glee I, 2, 3, vice-president: Booster captain: Senior Choir 2, 3. Bordner, Jeff-Senior Choir 3: Senior Glee 2, 3: Basketball manager 3: Cross Country 3: Track 2, 3: Varsity "N" 3: I-Ii-Y 3. Bowen, Mauricio-To Case Institute. Band I. 2, 3: Polar- ians I, 2, 3: Orchestra I, 2, 3: Bass Clet I, 2, 3, vice- president: French Club I, 2: Booster captain. I ck 1 Cabell David To Olfuo Slale. Spanish Club I: F.:l'.A. Boosler Drive l, 2, 3: Bass Clef Club I 2 3 lreasurer Polarransz Orclweslra 2, 3. secre- Calclwell Denny Baslcefball I, 3: Baseball I, 2: Cross Counlry I 2 I-Ii Y I 2 3 secrelary: Social Rec.:Sl'uden+ Council 2 3 presidenr Boosler Drive I. 2. 3. capiain: Callahan John To Bob Jones Universily. Senior Choir 3 pres denl Glee I 2 3 Wreslling I, 2, 3, capfain: Canllon Janel To Ohio Sfafe. Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F.T.A. 3 Lalin Club I Boosler Drive I. 2, 3, caplainp G.A.A. vrcep udenl Choir and Glee I. 2. 3. 6 ","?' CUVIUES BurneH', Carolyn-Y-Teens I. Bur-lon, Lynn-To Miami Universily. GAA. 2, 3: Y- Teens I, 2, 3: Choir and Glee I, 2, 3: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: French Club 2. 3: Fall Play 3. I Bowsher, Jucly-To Telephone Company. Library Sfaff I, 3. Breunig, Greg-To Induslrial Work. Hi-Y 3. Breunig, Roger-To Franklin Universily. Brofforcl, Mary-To Airline School. Browning, David-To General Molors. Bulloclr, Denise-To Nursing. Y-Teens, I, 2, 3: F.T.A. 3: Polaris 2. 3. business manager: Red Cross 2, 3, secre- fary-lreasurer: Boosler Drive I, 2: IO3 Sfalf 3: IOS Slaif 3. Cassell, Mac-To Navy, Junior Choir and Glee I, 2. Chevrier, Roberia--To Ohio Sfaie. Clef Club 2, 3, vice- presidenl: Band I. 2, 3: Senior Choir 2, 3: Sfudeni' Council 3: Boosier Drive I. 2, 3: Glee I, 2. 3: F.T.A. I. Clemens, Rufhann-To Columbus Technical InsI'iIuI'e. D.E.C.A. 3: Nurse's Sfaff. Clemmons, Cynfhia-To Ohio Siaie. G.A.A. 2. 3, sgr- ai-arms: Clef Club I, 2, 3, sql'-a'I'-arms: Dramaiics Club 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3: maioreiie: Senior G-Iee and Choir 3: BeHy Lamp 3. Clifford, Chris-To Ohio S'IaI'a. Baskefball I: Track 2: Hi-Y 3. Clinfon, Paul-To Ohio Sfaie. Polaris I. 2. 3, page edi- 'iorp I-ii-Y I, 2: Boosier Drive I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: Sfudeni' Council I: Fall Play 3: Radio Siaff 3. Conley, Randee-To Business College. Y-Teens I: Polaris 2: C.O.E. 3, secreiary-Ireasurer: Boosler Drive I, 2. 3. Conner, Leia-To Office Worlc. Senior Glee and Choir 2: Cafe-Ieria Worker 3. Conner, Lee-Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3. Tradition Remains Despite Cope, Roberf Corcoran, Terry-To Ohio Universiiy. Boosier Drive I, 2, 3: Intramurals I, 2: Hi-Y Baslceiball 2, 3. Cornelius, Dan-To Air Force. Boosier Drive I, 2, 3: Po- laris I: Traclc I. 2. Coverdale, Sieve-To Air Force. Graphic Arls Club 3. Coversfone, Milne Creasap, Mike-To Navy. Lafin Club I, 2: Hi-Y 3: Boosfer Drive 2, 3. , " ' -mil I , l l Cree, Brenda-Y-Teens I: I04- Slafl 2. 3. Crowder, David-To Ohio Slaie. Hi-Y: Lafin Club I7 D.E.C.A. 3. viceepresidenf: Boosier Drive 3. Cruz, Rosemary-To Ohio Siafe. Library Sfafli I, 2: Fall Play 3: G.A.A. 3: IO3 Slaff 3: Sludenl Council 3: Memory Book Sfaff 3: Boosrer Drive 3: lnlerschool Bas- lcellsall 3. Cuclxler, Viclri Cunningham, Linda-To Ohio Bell Co. Glee I: Junior Choir 27 IO4 Slaif 22 IOS Shall: C.O.E. 3. Dailey, Carol-To Ohio Bell Telephone Co. Cafeferia Helper I, 2.3. Dalfon, Chris--To Ohio Bell Telephone Co. F.T.A. I. 2, f 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Dramaiics Club 3: GAA. 2: Junior Glee I, 2: Boosier Drive I,2.3: Inferschool Baslceiball I, 2: Class Team I, 2. 'I Davis, Joy-D.E.C.A. 2, 3. hanging Times Senior fable characterizes the varied activities of the noon hour Club 2: Junior Glee 2. Durr, Ellis-To Air Force. Band I, 2: French Club I: l'li-Y I. Durre'H, John-To Ohio S'raI'e. Lafin Club I, 2. 3: Srage Crew 2, 3: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3: Radio Siaff 3: Dremalics Club 3. Eberle, Michael--To Ohio Wesleyan. Senior Choir 2 3: Ensemble 3: Glee 2: Orchesrra I. 2. 3, presiclenl' Bookroom Sraii 2, 3: Memory Book slaff 3. Evans, Nancy-To Praciical Nursing. IO4 Sfalf I. 2, 3 G.A.A. 3: F.'l'.A. 2, 3: Senior Glee 2: Y-Teens l,'2 3: French Club 2. Fears, Ken-To Universily of Cincinnali. Foorball I, 2 3. 'fri-caplain: Baske-Iball Manager I, 2: Track I, 2, 3 Varsi'I'y "N" I, 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3: Hi-Y I. I Deal. Nancy--To Columbus College of Ari' and Design. Club 2. 3, Ireasurer: Y-Teens I, 2: F.T.A. I. 2: I04 Siaff 2. 3: I03 Siaff 3: Lalin Club I: German Dean, Jerry-To Marines. Glee I. 2. 3: Senior Choir 3: Boosler Drive I: German Club I. DeFlui+er, Peggy-Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: G.A.A 2, 3: Polaris Sfafl: 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. 3: Boosfei Drive I. 2, 3, capiain: Dramalics Club 3: Junior Glea I. 2. Dempsey, Nancy-To Ohio Srale. Y-Teens I, 2: Lalirl nio Club I, 2: Ari' Club 2, 3: Dramafics Club 3: Ju Glee l: Radio Shall: 3. DeVoss, Dave-To Ohio Srafe. I-li-Y I. 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Boosier Drive I, 2, 3. Difmars, Jon-To Ohio Sraie. Cross Counlry I: L Club I, 2: Chess Club I, 2, 3. afirl Dow, Sherman-To Ohio Srale. Cross Counlry 2, 3: Trac 2, 3: I-li-Y 3: Varsiry "N" 3: Sluclenf Courl 3: Memor Book Slaff 3: Boosler Drive I. 2, 3: Spanish Club I 2. Downey, Gail-To Secrelarial Work. Special Service 3. coorolinaror: Y-Teens I, 2: Hisiory Club I, 2, 'rr urer: Boosler Drive I. 2. I I . s 2 eas I Final Year Entails New Responsibilities Fisher, Susan-To Ohio Sfaie. Y-Teens I. 2: G.A.A. 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Beliy Lamp 2, 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3: Junior Glee I: I05 Siaii 2. 3. Fishman, Marveen-To Ohio Siaie. F.T.A. 3: Y-Teens 2, 3: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3: Ensemble 3: I-lisiory Club 2. presideni: Main Office Siafi I, 2, 3: Boosler Capiain 3. Fihgerald, Paul-To Navy. Fiizgeralcl, Sue-Bossier Drive I, 2, 3: I04 Siaif 2, 3: Library Siafi 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. Flynn, Kay-To Ohio Siaie. Siudeni Council I. 2. 3, Corresponding secreiary: Spanish Club I,2,3.vice-presi- clenl: Safely Council, presicleni: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I. 2, 3: IO4 Siaif 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3. caplain: IO6 Slaii 3. Ford, Beclcy-IO5 Slaif 2, 3, Ford, Kaiherine-To School oi Cosmeiology. Y-Teens I: Ari Club I: Special Services 3. Forlin, Margie-To MATA College. Y-Teens I. 2, 3: F.T.A. 2, 3: Dramarics Club 3: Junior Choir and Glee 2: Boosier Drive I, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. Foureman, Sandylc-To Ohio Siaie. G-.A.A. I. 2, 3. presidenl: Memory Book Sraff 3. ediior: Senior Choir 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3: Clef Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer: Social Rec. 3: Buckeye Girls' Sfaie. Gillenwafer. Lincla--Y-Teens I. 2: F.T.A. 2: Boosler Drive I, 2: D.E.C.A. 2. 3. presiclenf, secrefary: Special Services I, 2, 3. Godby. Sharon-To Office Work. Band I: French Club I: Beffy Lamp 3. Gray, Deborah-Beffy Lamp Club 3: Y-Teens I. 2. 3. Green, Richard-To Universify of Cincinnafi. Track I 2: Foofball 3: Baslcelball I. 2: I-li-Y 2: Varsify "N" 2. Gregory, Ken Grice, Karen-To Cify Nafional Bank. Y-Teens I, 2. 3 C.O.E. 3. vice-president F.T.A. I. 2, Boosfer Drive I 2: Sfudenf Council I. 3: Safely Council 2. secrefary. Fouf, Rich-To Ohio Sfafe. Vice-Presidenl' of Senior Class: Senior Choir 3: Glee I, 2, 3: I-Ii-Y I. 2. 3: Social Rec. 3: Boosfer Drive I, 2. 3. capfain: Fall Play 3: Polaris I. 2. 3. edilor. I Fox. Lynn-To Ohio Sfafe. GAA. 2. 3: Y-Teens I. 2. 3: F.T.A. I, 2. 3: Junior Glee and Choir I, 2: Senior Glee 3: Belfy Lamp I: Boosfer Drive 3. Frame. Gary-To Columbus Technical Insfifufe. Boosfer Drive I. 2. 3. Gamble. Mary-To Secrefarial Work. Y-Teens I: Boosfer Drive 2. Gardiner, Marlha-To Mounf Union College. Belly Lamp I, 2, 3. vice-president Boosfer Drive I, 2. 3: Y- Teens I. Garrabranf, Monfe-To Ohio Sfafe. Junior Glee I, 2: Ari' Club 2. 3. presidenf: Spanish Club 3: Drama Club 3: Sfudenf Courf 3. Boosler Drive 2, 3. Gafes, Barbara-To Diefefic Work. Dramalics I: Y-Teens 2: F.T.A. 3. Genfry, Sue-To Nursing. Y-Teens I. 2. Gibson, Sherry-To Office Work. G.A.A. 2. 3: Y-Teens 2. 3: F.T.A. 3: Inferschool 3: Glee I, 2. ll Griffin, Sandy-To Sales Clerk Work. Y-Teens I, 21 Booster Drive I. 2, 3. Grooms, Bill-Lalin Club I. Grundy, Mary-To Nursing School. G.A.A. 2, 31 F.T.A. 3: Dramalics Club 3: Y-Teens I. 2, 3. Boosler Drive I, 2, 3. Hamillon, Dianne-To Ohio Slale. Band I, 2. 3: Or- cheslra I. 2. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3: Senior Class Ollicer lreasurer: F.T.A. I, 3: Y-Teens I. 2, 3: Senior Choir 2, 37 Ensemble 3. Hammond, Emlre-To Ohio Slale. Y-Teens I, 21 F.T.A I: Belly Lamp 3. Hammond, Sfeve Hanes, Dave-To BLISS College. Hand, Fred-To Ohio Slale. Llpperclassmen s Capers Strengthen chool Spirit North enthusiasm is stimulated by vnvacnous cheerleaders. Gygi, Pamela-F.T.A. I, 2. 3: German Club 2, 3: Hange. Margi-To Ohio Siaie. French Club 2. 3. sec- reI'ary: F.T.A. I: Band I: Senior Choir and Glee I, 2, 3. Harris, Cliffon-Fooiball I. 2: Baslceiball I: Track I. 2. 3. Harris. Jack-Chess Club I. 2. 3. vice-presidenf: Lafin Club I. 2. 3: Memory Book Slaff 3: Siudeni Council 3. Hari, Ann-To Nursing School. Y-Teens I, 2, 3: I-Iisiory Club I. 2, vice-presideni: Beiiy Lamp 2, 3: Main Office Siaff 2. 3: Boosier Drive 3: Ari' Club I: Bible Club I. Harfman, Dana Haffield, Ann-To Florida Siaie. Y-Teens I. 2. 3: GAA. 2. 3: Senior Choir 2. 3: Senior Glee I. 2, 3: Ensemble 3: Band I. 2. 3: Boosier Capiain 3: F.T.A. I. 2. 3. Haifield. Tedeene-To Ohio Siaie. Y-Teens I, 2. 3: En- semble 3: Siudenl' Council I. 3: Senior Choir and Glee I. 2, 3: GAA. 2. 3: F.T.A. I: French Club I. 2. Hawk, Donald-To Navy. Hayes. Carol-To Miami Universiiy. Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F.T.A. 2. 3: Red Cross 2, 3. presiclenf: Safely Council 2. 3, vice-presideni: Siucleni Cour'I 3: Sgi-ai'-Arms of Senior Class: Laiin Club I, 2: Boosler Drive I. Heaih. Marcia-To Keni Siaie. Y-Teens I. 2, 3: GAA. I. 2, 3, aciiviiies chairman: Senior Choir 2. 3: Siudeni' Council I, 2, 3. recording sec.: Band I. 2: Boosier Drive I. 2. 3. co-chairman: Memory Book Siaili 3: Homecom- ing Top Ten. Heffelfinger. Donna-To Bowling Green. Band I. 2. 3: French Club I. 2, 3: Boosier Drive. capfain: Clef Club I. 2. 3. presidenf: IO4 Siafi I. 2, 3: Orchesira 2: Y- Teens I: Pep Club 3, vice-presicleni. Heilman. Molly-To Ohio Slaie. Y-Teens I. 2. 3. vice- president G.A.A. I. 2, 3, social chairman: Senior Choir 2. 3: Siucieni Courl' 3: Memory Book SIGIII BUCIKSYB Girls' Siaie: F.T.A. I. 2. 3: Boosier Drive I. 2, 3. capiain. Henney. Cynihia-To Cosmeiology School. Y-Teens I. 2. 3: Beify Lamp 2. Herbs+. MaH-To E.C.P.I. German Club I. Hildebrand, Franlr--Glee I. 2: Senior Choir I. 2: En- semble I. 2. Cecil Beasley is helped off the field after sustaining injuries. Himmelberger. Kevin-Junior Glee l, 2: , Lalin Club I. 2. 3. ' Seniors Accept Defeat While Facing Challenge Of Tomorrow 3 Choir l. John-To lnslilule of Broadcasling Arls. Hi-Y , Fall Play 3: Audio-Visual 2, 3. vice-presidenlg Drive I. 2. 3: Dramalics 3. Lynn 3 Hines, Donald-To Ohio Slale. Band l, 2, 3: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, vice-presiclenl: Polarians l, 2, 3: Spanish Club l, 2. 33 Bass Clef I, 2, 3. Hillle, Michael-To Woosler. Sql.-al'-Arms of Senior Classy Social Rec.: Foolball I, 2, 3. lri-caplain: Basker- ball 2, 31 Baseball 2, 3: Boosier Drive, caplain: Varsily "N" l. 2. 37 Hi-Y l, 2, 3. Pairiclc-To Ohio Slale. Boys Glee 2, 37 Jun- ?-? 'Q""" 'SF' I Holland, Sleve-To Bowling Green. Track I: Fall Play 3IJu'1ior Glee and Choir I. Holloway. Ed-Glee 2, 3: Senior Choir 3. Hughes, Michael-To Air Force, Hughes, Slephanie Hunt Silly-To Nafionwide Beauiy Academy. Y-Teens It Safely Council 2. I'IUfIEY.H-Ilm-TFGCIQ I. 2. 31 Cross Counlry I, 2, 3: Var- SIIY N 2. 31 HI-Y I. 2. 3: Boosler Drive 3. capfain. -PY Ingram. Bob-Choir I, 2, 3: Crew I. Senior Glee I. 2. 3: Slage Llnderclassmer to Senior Jaclrson, Carole-To OI'-io Slale. Y-Teens I, 2. 3: F.T.A- 3: Dramaiics Club 3: Boosfer Drive 3. Jarvis, Sieve-To Ohio Siale. I-li-Y I: Lalin Club I: Boosler Drive I, 2. 3. Jewe'H', Tom-To Ohio Slale. Boolcroom I, 2, 3: Laii Club I: Tennis Team 3: Polaris Sfalf 2, 3: Sludenlll Council I, Jobe, Colleen-Band I, 2, 3: Clel Club 3: Specia Services 2, 3: Roosler Drive 3: Bible Club I, 2. Johnsfon, Jeff-To Barber College. Cross Counlry I Track I. Johnsfon, Shirley-To Telephone Company. Spanis Club 2, 3: F.T.A, I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Sfuden Council 2, 3: IO4 Sfall 2. 3: Dramalics Club 3: IO Siaff 2. Jones. Barbara-To Columbus Business Universiiy. Y-Teens I, 3: Beiiy Lamp I, 2. secrelaryi Safely Council 2: D.E.C.A. 2, 3: Boosfer Drive I. 2, 3. ' xr, . r 5 fwiffwz- I , I I Jones, Bob-Sfudenl Council ' ' ... ' 2, 3, vice-presiclenf: Social fy 'vi , Rec. 3: Baskerball I, 2, 3, I fy' capfain: Cross Coun'I'ry I, 2, 3: , I Golf I, 2. 3: Senior Choir 2, I . I 3: Senior Glee 2, 3: Hi-Y I, V 2, 3. urrender uperiorit Kearns, Linda-To Clerical Work. Y-Teens I, 2. Keller, John-To Columbus Technical Insiifuie. Junior Choir, Glee I, 2: Senior Glee 3: Track I. 2: Cross Counlry 2: Varsiiy "N" 3: Hi-Y I, 3: Boosier Drive I. 2, 3. Keyser, Joyce-To Columbus Business Universify. Beliy Lamp I: Y-Teens 2, 3: Boosfer Drive 2. Kidd, Bill-To Ohio Sfaie. Hi-Y 3: Audio-Visual I, 2: Laiin Club I, 2: Track 2. 3: Glee I, 2, 3: Cross Counlry 3: Baslcelball Manager 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3. Kiclner, Margaref-To Nafionwide Beauiy Academy. Y- Teens I, 2, 3: Beffy Lamp 3: Senior Glee 2: Boosier Drive I, 3. Kimbro, Vicki-To Ohio Bell Company. Orclwesira I, 2, 3: Clel Club I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I, 2: German Club 2, 3: Red Cross I: GAA. 2: Junior Choir 2. ll Molly Hellman practices her power as a Senior N5 'nw :- .4 X. I, K., ii., .xx I I I, l I, ,Il- .. N ,I VI 1' I .I in I , J . ,I .I 1. "I nun-1-P4' Kindall, Carolyn-To Secreiarial Work. Y-Teens 3: C.O.E. 3: Boosier Drive I, 3. King, Richard-Senior Glee 2, 3: Junior Glee I. Knueven, Margaref-Beiiy Lamp 3. Kruger, Gary-Track and Cross Couniry I: 2: Ari' Assisianl' 3: Ari- Club I: Junior Glee and Choir I, 2. 3: Varsiry "N" 3: Boosier Drive I, 2, 3. Kuliclr, Sue-To Wiilenberg. Senior Choir 2, 3: GAA. 2. 3, hiking chairman: Junior Glee 2: French Club I, 2, 3, president Lanier. Jerome-Cross Counfry 2: Baskefbell 2, 3. Larimer, Lee Ann-To Ohio SI'aI'e. IO6 Siaff I: F.T.A. 3: Dramaiics Club 3: Beiiy Lamp 3. Larson, Judy-To Bowling Green. Y-Teens I, 2, 3: GAA. 2, 3, suspension chairman: French Club I. 2, 3: Senior Choir and Glee I, 2, 3: Boosier Cap- 'rain 3: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: Drameiics 3. Lawson, Sieve ' n- '14,-, I I M. is , , Seniors work diligently to complete scholastic demar Is. X li Leafherman, Dick-To Ohio Sfale. Band l, 2, 3: Buckeye Boy's Slale: Baseball 2, 3: Cross Counlry I, 2, 3: Polaris Slail 2, 3. sporls eclilor: Boosier Drive I, 2, 3, caplain: Baslcelball 2. 3: Varsily "N" 3. A Lecco, Rose Mary-To Ohio Slale. Y-Teens I, 2: -4? F.T.A. I: Siuclenl' Council I: Junior Glee and Choir I, 2: Senior Choir 2: C.O.E. 3. Lee Debbie-Y-Teens I, 2, 3: C.O.E. 3. Lee, Pheona Lee, Sophia-Laiin Club I, 2, 3, secrelary: German Club 2, 3: Boosfer Drive I, 2, 3: Library Club 3: GAA. 2, 3: Secrelary of Senior Class: Special Services I: Mock Eleclion, co-chairman. Senior Talent Embraces Numerous Fields Lelux, Richard-To Navy, D.E.C.A. 2. Treasurer Llpalapanlop. Singvorn-To Ohio Sfale. Loulhen, Davicl-Lalin Club 2. Lower, Rex-Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Foolball I, 2. 3: Track I, 2, 3: Boosfer caplain 3: Spanish Club 3. Lucas, Karen-To Bliss College. Y-Teens 2, 3: Boosler Drive l, 2, 3. Luclrel-l', Sandy-To Bowling Green. Band I, 2, 3: Clef Club I 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, lreasurer: Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Boosfer Drive l. 2, 3, capiain. Luckefl, Suzanne-To Kenf Sfafe. G.A.A. 2. 3: Clef Club I, 2, 3: Belly Lamp, Treasurer: Band I, 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3: F.T.A. 3: Pep Club 3: Dramalics Club 3. Lyons, Bernard-To Air Force. Ari' Club I, 2, 3: Boosler Drive 3: Arl Assislanl 3. Lyons, Bill Ma, Tui-To Ohio Slaie. Boosler Drive 3, capfain: Dra- malics Club 3, secrefaryg Spanish Club 3: Y-Teens 3' Homecoming Courl. I Mabe, Linda-Boosrer Drive I, 2, 3: IO4 Sfaff 3: Mem- ory Book Slaff 2, 3. Manler, Jack-To Ohio Slafe. Fooiball 2, 3: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3: Ensemble 3: Boosler Drive 3, cap- Iain. Marlin, Craig-To Columbus Technical School. Marlin, Linda-To Brigham Young Universily. Ari' Club I: Safely Council I: I05 Sfaff I: Special Services I: IO4 Slrafl I: Red Cross Club I. Marlin, Phyllis-To Mounlr Carmel School of Nursing. Lalln Club I, 2. Mawhirier, Chic--To Ohio Sfale. Senior Choir and Glee I, 2, 3: Ensemble 3: I-Ii-Y I: Lafin Club I: Fall Play 3. Mays, Kurl'-To Marines. 1 McCabe, Lee-To Praclical Nursing. Y-Teens I: Belly Lamp I: Dramafics Club 3: Boosfer Drive I, 2. McCord, Debbie-C.O.E. 3. McCreary, Leslie-To Ohio Slaie. Band I. 2, 3: GAA. 2, 3, inlramural direcfor. Mehl, Marc-To Universily of I-Iawaii. Orcheslra I, 3: Memory Book Sraff I: Audio-Visual 3: In Ihe Know Team 3: Bass Clef I. Melnylr, Rosiy-Srage Crew I, 2, 3, manager: Dramarics Club 3. Miller, Jeff-To Ohio Shale. Spanish Club I, 2, 3: I-Ii-Y I, 2, 3: Varsily "N" 3: Wreslling 2, 3: Foolball 2, 32 Track 2. i Patt -To Secretarial Worlc. Tlilllilh, Sharon-Booster Drive l, 2. 3: IO6 Slflll 37 Junior Choir and Glee 2: Y-TSSFIS l- 2- I . Miller, Terri-To Miami University. Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3, vice-president: Ensemble 3: Latin Club I: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: Y-Teens I. 2. 37 Booster Drive I, 3. Mollett, William-Chess 2, 3. Moody. Curtis-Football I, 2, 3: Basketball I. 2, 3: Track 2, 3, co-captain: Booster Drive Captain 3: Beau Court: Graphic Arts Club 3. Morris, Bernard--To Central State. French Club I, 2: Varsity "N" I, 2. 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Traclc I, 2. 3: Cross Country I, 2, 3. Morris, Sandy-To 'Secretarial Work. C.O.E. Club 3. " o Man Is an Island . . Although this year held the many loys and triumphs of challenged seniors the death of a classmate Reggie McDanIels, who knew Reggie best will claim for hum a friendship that will never be forgotten He will be missed marred our final year at North. Those . ., Moss, Mi+zi-To Marines. Marching Band I, 2, 3, vice- presidenl: GAA. I, 2, 3: Clel' Club I, 2, 3: Inlerschool Mowbray, Barbara-To Nafionwide Beauly Academy. Class Teams I, 2, 3: Y-Teens 3: Pep Club 3. Mowbray, Barbara-To Nalionwide Beauly Academy. Mudd, Gerald-To Marines. Murphy, Edward--German Club I, 2: Library Club I, 2, 3, presidenf: Boosfer Drive 2, 3. Mushrush, Jane?-Tc Ohio Slale. Boosler Drive I, 2. 3, capiain: Spanish Club 2, 3, secrefary: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3: Sludeni' Council 3: Homecoming Top Ten: Dramafics Club 3, aclivilies chairman: G.A.A. 2. 3. Myers, Bea-Spanish Club 2: Arr Club 2, 3: Red Cross 3: Y-Teens 3: Boosler Drive 3. 41' Senior to Varieq IN Edith Woody looks skeptical about a strange comment , Myers, Phyllis-To Columbus School I of Ari and Design. Ari Club 3: Y- 'il Teens I 2 3' Boosfer Drive I Myers, Richard-To Marines. Neal, Roger-To Ohio S'ra're. Nelson, Gail-To Secreiarial Worlc. Ensemble 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F,T.A. I. 2: Homecoming Courf: Senior Glee and Choir 2, 3: Cheerleader 2. 3. Newell, Deborah-To Secrerarial Work. Y-Teens I. 2. 3: Special Services 2. Newman, Floyd Nivins, lsom-Sfudeni' Council 3: Glee 2, 3: Senior Choir 3. Oppenheimer, Kay-Beffy Lamp 3. ook Forward areers Oppenheimer, Sue-Y-Teens 3: Belly Lamp Club 3. Orozco, Anfonio-Spanish Club I. Osborn, Barbara-To Wesiern Elecfric. Boosier Drive I, 2: Senior Glee I, 2: I05 Sfaff 3. Panzera, Nicl: Parmele, Owen-To Navy. Graphic Arfs Club 3. Eiiley. Shirley-Boosfer Drive 2, 3: lnierschool Baskel a l, 2, 3. Senior Class Officers discuss possibilities for the All Night Party Pence, Elayne-To Nalionwicle Beauly Academy. Pensyl, Krisly-To Air-Line School. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, lreasurer: F.T.A. I, 2, 3, vice-presiclenl: Social Rec. 3: GALA. 2, 31 Sludenf Council I, 2, 3: French Club I, 2. 3: I04 Siaff 2, 3. Fanzone, Dave-To Ohio Slale. Sludeni' Council I, 2: Sludenl Courl 3, Chief Jusfice: Baseball I, 2, 31 Boosler Drive 2, 3. capfain: Varsily "N" 3: Cross Counlry I: I-li-Y 2, 3, freasurer: Beau. Perkins, Karen--Lafin Club 2: Special Services 2, 3. Perry, Gail-To Viclor Business School. IO4 Siaff I, 2, 3: C.O.E. 3: Y-Teens I. Pfalfzgraf, Linda-To Ohio Slafe. F.T.A. 2, 3, secreiaryg Y-Teens 2, 3: Arf Club 3: Dramaiics 3: Ari Helper 3. PinneII, Brenda-To Ohio Slale. Mock Elecfion 3. chair- man o'F Regislraiionz Dramalics 3: French Club 2: IO4 Slali 2, 31 I06 Slaff 3. Poling, John-To Ohio Slale. I-Ii-Y I. 2, 3, vice-presi- denf: Sluclenl Council 2, 3: Senior Class Presidenh Cross Counfry and Track 2, 3: Boolcroom I. 2, 3: Var- siiy "N" 2, 3,1reasurer: Social Rec. 3. Poloclc, Doug-D.E.C,A. I. Ring, Nanci-To Fashion Insfifule of Technology. Laiin Club I: German Club 2: Ari Club I. 2, 3. Ireasurer. vice-president Boosfer Drive I, 2. 3: Mock Eleciion 3, ballof chairman. enior Experience Ouainiance, David-To Ohio Siaie. Hi-Y I, 2: German Club 2. 3: Cross Couniry 2. Raicliger, Julie-To Secreiarial Worlc. Y-Teens I, -2. 3: F.T.A. 2, 3: Cleli Club I. 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, sql.-ai-arms: Orchesira I, 2. 3. ireasurer: Band 3. Ireasurer: Maior- elfe I, 2, 3, Drum Major 3: Senior Choir 2, 3. vice-pres- ideni. Porter, Diane-Lafin Club I, 2: Beiiy Lamp I, 2. 3. Ireasurer: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F.T.A. I, 2: Dramaiics Club 3: Library Slaii and Club 2. 3. secreiary 3. Porier, Diane-To Secreiarial Work. French Club I: Y- Teens 2, 3. PoHs, Dave-To Ohio Siaie. Track I, 2. 3: Cross Coun- Iry 2: Hi-Y I. 2, 3: Sfudeni Council I: Boosier Drive 2. 3. Preece, Bob-To Ohio Siafe. Prince, Franlr-To Franlclin Universiiy. Siucleni Council 2, 3: D.E.C.A. 2, 3, 'freasurer 2, presideni 3: Boosier Drive 3. caplain. Pyle, Judy-To Office Work. C.O.E. 3: Y-Teens I. 2, 3: D.E.C.A. 2: Belly Lamp I: Safely Council I. - II - A .11-,-I-JE , .fm-1 -. .. I -' I -.1 ' ' I - .. .- . I I I mf Ringhiser, Donna-To Beauiy School. Y-Teens I. 2: 45 F.T.A. I, 2: Main Office Sfaff I. K., Risch, Donolin-To Secreiarial Work. Robson. Nancy Rocker, Charles Rogers, Susan-To Office Worlc. Special Services 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3. 1-A Shaffer, Karen-:Io Airline School. Y-Teens I, 2. 3: Glee I: Belly Lamp 3: Boosfer Drive I, 2. 3: Radio Siafl 3. Shepard, Donald-To Balclwin-Wallace College. Track I, 2, 3, caplain: Cross Counlry I, 2, 3: Polaris Siafi 2. 3: Senior Choir and Glee I, 2, 3, ireasurer: Boosier Drive I, 2: Varsify "N" I. 2. 3. R0S9bf00If. Angie-Telephone Operaior. IO5 Sfaff 3: IO4 Siail 3. Fohakillph-To Air Force. Audio-Visual Club 3: D.E.C.A. an . Schneider, Tom-To Ohio Sfafe. Hi-Y 3: Band I, 2, 3: Lafin Club I: Bass Clef I, 2, 3. Schoby. Belinda-To Capifal Universiiy. Spanish Club 3: Y-Teens 2, 3: Radio Sfaif 3: Library Assisiani' 3. Sco'H', Roy-Foofball I, 2, 3: Baseball I: Baslcefball 2. Searls, Denny-To Ohio Sfaie. Laiin Club I, 2. Seih, Michael-Reserve Fooiball I: Hi-Y 2. Sellers, David-To Ohio Sfafe. Lafin Club I, 2. 3, vice presicienl: Foofball 2, 3: Wresiling 2: Track 2: Tennia 3. Shuherlc, Debbie-To Ohio Siaie. Y-Teens I, 2. 3: Beify Lamp 2, 3: Choir 2: Glee 3. Siders, Bill Siegle, Milne-To Ohio Sfafe. Boosfer Drive I. 2. 3. cap- iain: Sfucleni' Council 3, Ireasurer: Varsiiy "N" I, 2, 3, vice-presidenr: Wresiling I, 2, 3:' Social Rec.. vice presidenf: Beau Couri: Ensemble 3: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3. Don Shepard and Rory Wolfe portray senior determination. Goal Achieved. Slonalrer, Dave-To Ohio Siale. Band l. 2. 3: Orcheslra 3. sql.-a'l'-arms: Bass Clef 2, 3, presidenl: Smellcer, Jael:-To Ohio Norihern. Foolball 3: Wreslling 2: Track 3: Lalin Club I. Smifh, Darrell-To Ohio Shale. D.E.C.A. 2. 3. vice-presi- denf. Smilh. Dave-Inframurals I: Gym Aide l. Smith, Nancy-To Ohio Sfale. French Club 2. Sowers, Debbie-To Ohio Slale. Boosler Drive l. 2. 3: Y-Teens 2. 3: F.T.A. 2: Reserve Cheerleader 2: Library Sfaff l: IO4 Slaff l. 2: G.A.A. 1.2. 3. Speasmalrer, Slave Springer. Larry-To Ohio Sfafe. Proieciion Club I. 2. 3. presidenl 2. 3: French Club 2. S+anley, Doug-Foofball Manager l, 2, 3: Vnrsily "N" l. 2. 3. 12 QQ ' Slarrell, Theresa-G.A.A. I, 2, 3, inilialion chairman: F.T.A. I, 2, 3, Ireasurer: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3, caplain: Cheerleader 3: Polaris 3: Homecoming Courl: Senior Choir 3. Sleih, Tom-To Ohio Slale. Lalin Club I: Spanish Club 3: Proieclion Club I, 2, 3. Sfephenson, Lloyd-To Wabash College. Hi-Y 2, 3: French Club I, 2. Sfory, Sally-To Ohio Slale, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, secrelary: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: G.A.A. 2, 3: Head Cheerleader 2, 3: Homecoming Queen: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3, caplain: Sludenl Council 3: Social Rec. 3. Slouffer, Sarah-To Columbus Technical lnslilule. Y- Teens I. 2: Lalin Club I: Senior Choir and Glee 2, 3: Red Cross 2: Belfy Lamp 2: F.T.A. 2. Sfumbo, Barb-To Nalionwide Beauly Academy. Y-Teens I, 2: Belly Lamp I. Summers, Roslyn-To American Academy of Dramalic Arls. Dramalics Club 3, presidenr: Cheerleader 3: Belly Lamp I. 2, 3: Y-Teens 2, 3: Fall Play 3: Boosler Drive I, 2. 3: Glee 3. Swarlzlander, Grelchen-To Ohio Slale. French Club I, 2, 3: Glee 2. Swifl, Roberl-To Naw. Chess Club l, 2: Audio-Visual I, 2: D.E.C.A. 3: Safely Council I: Hi-Y 3. ease Not to Learn Until Thou ' Y 9 ea se to Live Taylor, Dan-D.E.C.A. 2. 3: Proieclion Club 2. Taylor, Mardi-To Airline School. Boosler Drive I, 2, JI 3: Y-Teens I, 2, 3. Thomas, Consfance-To Office Work. Thomas, Karen-To Ohio Slale, Y-Teens I. 2, 3: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3. caplain: F.T.A. 2, 3: Polaris I, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Glee I: G-.A.A. 2, 3: Safely Council 2. Thompson, Dave-To Ohio Slale. Varsily "N" 3: Choir I. 2, 3: Glee I, 2, 3: Sludenl Council 3: Golf 2, 3: Hi-Y 3: Lalin Club l. Thornion, Margaref--To Beaulician Work. lnlramurals I. ,I Sv. 3 I I Turner, Greg-To Ohio Sfaie I : Arl' Club 3. Turner, Jim Terry Neil Cindy-To Ohio Srafe. French Club 2, 3, vice- : F.T.A. 2. 3, presidenf: G.A.A. 2. 3: Sfudenl' 2: Social Rec. 3: Choir 3: Band 2, 3: Boosier I. 2, 3. caplain. Rebecca-Y-Teens I. 2: German Club 2, 3: 3, Glee 2. 3. Larry-To Defiance Colleqe. Foofball I. 2, 3: Drive I, 2, 3. capfain: Varsify "N" 2, 3: Sludenl 3: Baslceiball Manager 2: Track l. 2. 3. Lacie-To Draffsman Worlc. Graphic Arls Club Trimmer, Jim-To Franlrlin Universily. Sr. Choir and Glee. manager. 2. 3: Hi-Y 3: Spanish Club 2: Sludenl' Council 3: Boosler Drive 3. capfain. TFOH. JGHICG-Y-Teens I, 2, 3: F.T.A. I, 2, 3: GAA. 2, 3, secreiary: Social Rec. 3: Cheerleader 2, 3: Siudenl' Courl 3: Homecoming Courl: Boosier Drive I, 2. 3, capfain. . Hi-Y 2, 3: French Club Thornfon, MaryLou-Y-Teens I. 2, 3: C.O.E. 3: Boosler Drive I. 2. Tomlin, Warren-To Machinisl Work. Torr, Elaine-To Office Worlc. Belly Lamp I: Y-Teens 3. in 1 .-an if '-5-P WaIIs, Rick-To Air Force. Ward, Randy-To Ohio Slale. Hi-Y I, 2. 3, sgl.-af-arms: FooI'baII I, 2: Ensemble Choir, Glee 3: Boos+er Drive. cap+ain. Washburn, Doug-To Ashland College. Foo'rbaII I, 2: Baskeiball I: I-Ii-Y I, 2, 3, presidenf: Social Rec. 3, presidenh Sfudenf Courl' 3: German Club 2, 3: Boosier Drive .I. 2, 3. caplain. Waikins, Dan-To Ohio S'I'a'I'e. I-Ii-Y I, 2, 3: German Club I, 2. 3: Sludenl' Council I. 2. 3: Boosier Drive 3, capfain: Cross Counlry 2: Fall Play 3: Choir 3: En- semble 3. Waison, Gail-To Secrefarial Work. I-Iisrory Club I. 2: Y-Teens 3: C.O.E. 3, president Wayf, Larry-To Navy. 1' lass of '69 Compete Weakley, Karen-To Midwesfern SchooI 'of Poodle Grooming. Y-Teens I. 2, 3: Memory Book 3: Boosfer Drive I, 2. 3: IO4 Siaff 2. 3. Welch, Kafhleen Wellman, Jim-To Ohio Sfale. Welsh, Denny-To Franklin Universily. Band I. 2. 3, presideni' 3: Orcheslra 3: Bass Clef Club 2, 3. Wenger, Susan-To Office Work. Y-Teens I. 2. 3: Special Services 2, 3: Boosier Drive I, 3. While, Becky-To Beaufician Work. I05 Sfaff 3. Whilmer, Pa'H'y-To Ohio S'I'aIe. Siudenl Council 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, ireasurer. Y-Teens I, 2. 3: Red Cross 2: G.A.A. 2, 3. Wianf, Ellen-To Ohio S'faI'e. Y-Teens I, 2. 37 F.T.A. I, 2, 3: GAA. I, 2. 3, publiciiy chairman: Senior Choir 2, 3: Sludenf Couri' 3: Memory Book 2, 3: Fall Play 3: Spring Play 3. sfudenf direcfor. Williams, Debbie-To Columbus College of Ari and De- sign. Y-Teens I. 2: F.T.A. 2: Boosler Drive I, 2, 3: Fall Play 3: Dramalics Club 3: Ari' Club 3: Polaris Siafi 31 Junior Choir 2. Q Ia 'N Band I: Orchesfra I. 2. I eens I, 3. Siu en or Honors Willis, Harold-To Ohio Share. D.E.C.A. 2. Wolfe, Rory-To Ohio S+aIe. Hi-Y 2, 3: Cross Couniry 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Varsiry "N" 2, 3, sg1'.-ai'-arms 3: Boosfer Drive 2. 3, capfain 3. Woodard, Jane-To ,Denison Universiry. Y-Teens I. 2, 3: F.T.A. 2, 3: Glee I, 2, 3: Junior and Senior Choir I, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Spanish CIub 2: Boosier Drive I, 2, 3, capfain 3: Memory Book Sfaff 3. Wooddell, Pamela-Speech and Radio I: BeHy Lamp I: Y-Teens I: Boosfer Drive 2, 3. Woodring, Earl-To Ohio Sfafe. Graphic Arfs Ciub I. Woody, Ediih-To Beihune-Cookman CoIIeqe. Band I. 2, 3, secrefary 3: Sr. Choir 3: Glee 2, 3, presidenf: GAA. 2, 3: In+ramuraI direcfor: Social Rec. 3: Siu- denr Council 3: Boosrer Drive, capfain: French CIub 2. Williams, Jim-To Navy Williams, Peggy - To Peace Corps. G.A.A. I Workman, Linda-To Narionwide Beaufy Academy Boosfer Drive l, 2, 3: F.T.A. 2: BeHy Lamp 2. Wulff. Paul-To Navy. ' Yeh, Suyan-To Ohio Sfafe. Young, Tom-To Marines. Foorbail 2. Young, William F5313 N..-f Marc Mehl directs John Hogston to who knows where. "Loyal We Wm Ever Be" +-Q. ' se Janet Mushrush funds Mike Sregle s acf hard 'lo believe. Sue Kullck looks broken up over her recent tragedy . 'S R lv -Q, 5 ?.w""' rl.. 1 5 A Q--' l l . vt Q v af' siwf H JW 32 , "'i"w fxyakffm ' F ' af? wh- 1 , LGU' mf ,sn H35 i . 1 'N' G x'- K if ' .fa .7 , J. I A --a 'I' A. .. L ' ' A 1 l. f' I 'r c r .-'71 w Jfa":. 1 x 4 . ,ML -X v -. f--,: . .J '74 .G- - . :ul 4 z I- xx. fr Underclass embarking on new adventures, working to become a part. gaining new friends, learning To adiusf. each day becoming more important To Nor1h's structure. some are brand new at the gamey others experienced. all blending To form part of The backbone. criticized, laughed at, scorned, but truly appreciated. being trained to fill the shoes of Those before them. Junior Class ls Integra JN . .1 1-- 5 N ' .. Abbott, John, Adams, 4,2 ' I kj-1' - Karen, Adkins, Jim, Angle, "f" , 1 X A I 1 ., " M' 4 Terry, Baker, Marcia, Bak' i ' 1 ' 1 l i lg er, Michael, Bankes, Mike, ' .X ' 4 I 4 Banks, Carolyn. ' A V l D , ' I , ' ' -f. i ' i I . gg,-'J A r A I L e , QQ Q--B ' 5 Barnhart, Barbara, Baroui, J I - " ' Mary, Barrows, Sue, Bar- 9 sf . 4 T21 L ln- . tels, Sonia, Bartlett, Linda, ' 1 -'L 1 'Ci ' ' ' . 1 f Bazler, Susan, Beetham, ' ' V 'S' Larry, Beetham, Nancy. ' , . " . 3 V.,, :-+- 1 J 5 iiffrd kg, ' ui ' 4..fl-- .J 1 'A .'.lf5NLLns2 1--i il M -'-" ' 1 . 'Q , A s' A Bell, Kim, Bendure, Dolly, f tx Benik, Beth, Billingsley, ...N I ni ,U A - Rick, Binian, Richard, Bish- t 1' M H r , ., .- i Q 'I' , ' I op, Lorena, Blackburn, 1, , ' ,', '1ff"f, xl Brenda, Blackburn, Pat. ti., ' W ' , J . I I . in -. Q , - .i. ,,-' 3 A Y L Blair, Larry, Blair, Lela, ,gt V ' W' L I Blue, Bruce, Bolon, Be- 'ix 'A A K, J linda, Band, Rick, Band, M 3, 'H' 5- . I Robert, Bowman, Larry, -'vi Qi Q ffl- QV! W '1 K Boynton, Julie. ' ' X I ' , ' ' , i , - ' i k ' A .Wax ' E .x W. Bretz, Bob, Brewer, El- " . 2' ,W '. , X f-'iq -' bridge, Briiiy, Frank, swf- -I, ' " Z Q ,Q ford, Valerie, Brown, Clin- 3' V " 1 Y Y L, Q ' X ton, Brown, Greg, Bryant, K, . I . I - ' ffl y ' Meril, Buchman, David. V ' ," i ' ' it A . - .N V 'E . ' l- . ' , ' f . yin, 11- it A! ,, Bucklew, Virginia, Bullock, ' Q' f Keith, Burgett, Robert. 'T " QETQU ' .H I 533. r -- lil-f if . - I - 'i' -3 4- 4' e -f SJW . ,, Buigetf, Vera, Burkholder, ' 'K 21 I V I Mike, Burnett, Carolyn. ,F ',- ' l ' ,a l 1 , l ' Q Byers, Phillip, Cantrell, -' t Frank, Caplinger, Gary. 'K L-'r' J :iii ' ' L X 1 ' x l. L L V Casasanta, Joe, Casbarro, -. -' l- -, E f Pat. B ,O V ' ,ol . 1. ' Junior Larry Blair entertains friends during lunch in the cafeteria art vu. F? I. ofNS 1 'Iii .., 1. . l I V1 AQAQK' .eil l 4 at? V , , ' . I-f it 1 1, 52. I D' as ff Ig if, - ,Y ' , X- 1 r 'K 1 5 ' ' 1 V i . f il fl .3525 is :- 'T - - I - .r ., X W. I V 5 : , ,-,fp " - 'K ,. r ' it 'C ' 'if M il illll. D 9 li' 2' ' ' .- A i -. a- Q C, 9, me L' J- ' ' , " r fa ' 7 l i 3. it . ' fi ' y Q ' t 1 K A Liv l .r Y :' l - L5 5 D ni I ws., ' - ,nfnl'.' -il it- . Mattison improves her business skills by g with new dictation equipment. s , N24 :J 3, 1-l 3 xl xref, as 3, ' 'Q' - r I' f 'fif- fl 'N -FA r. ,,. 1, is Ti 6.5 5 Q ,l:, D' J .' 2 Y-12. Gr- sr' 'iili I, ' Nts-N-,,. vel X f l 1 l I Y h l r 'Q , ,- A ' U if ,,, as 1 i viii.. L I , QL-.kv "-',. u" ' ' 1. VM ' 2" , ,WLM i 1 iffy U, 1 l Cassell, Jim, Cassill, Tom, Castillo, Thirza, Cataland, Stan, Caulkins, Carl, Chaf- fin, Kathi, Champe, Rich- ard, Chandler, Jon. . Cheek,,, Sally, Clark, Paul, Clayton, Patty, Clemens, Vickie, Coleman, Wesley, Collins, Martha, Compson, Cheryl, Cook, Judy. Copas, Linda, Cox, Deb- orah, Crago, John, Crego, Bev, Cremean, Chris, Cun- ningham, Dorothy, Daniels, Theresa, Daugherty, Steve. Daulton, Bill, Davis, Anita, Davis, Rick, Davis, Rodger. Decker, Arthur, DeFord, Philip, Delaney, Mike, De- mos, Mike. Dennison, Carol, Derflin ger, Cathy, Diggs, Beth Degioia, Mike. Dixon, Celestine, Downs, Cathy, Duncan, Jerry, Dun- leavy, Tim. Ellis, Melody, Ellison, Jim, Engle, Lars, Ensminger, Laura. Epley, Donald, Epley, Ron- ald, Epley, Susan, Falco, Tom. . W it Htl, I Y Y Y El' Far J. I 'gf Wm, i .gd ' 1 r' 1 3 ff' ai 9 f A L v" . 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L E, Qi: U'-Stir Q' tx Q4 L, I I if - N A . ' V F' Q-.' , I W 4 X i , l w U xv it. il 1 ,YQ L X Jr Farmer, Joan: Ferris, Rich- ard: Fisher, Frances: Fickel, Fred: Fishman, Jay: Flanni- gan, Steven: Fluty, Erwin: Flynn, Jim. Fought, Ed: Ford, Carol: Fraley, Carol: Frankeber- ger, Kim: Frazee, Bill: Fruits, Ray: Gallagher, Col- leen: Gammon, Robert. Gammon, William: Garrick, Joyce: Gent, Joel: George, Elizabeth: Geygan, Mark: Gill, Diane: Gillenwater, Barry: Gillenwater, Sharon. Good, Beverly: Goodwin, Charles: Green, Bea: Gron- bach, Steve: Grossman, Bob: Gunn Steve: Gygi, Teri: Hale, Betty. Hamilton, Steve: Ha rba rg- er, Jim: Hardesty, Jeri: Harian, Carol: Harper, Mary: Harris, Debbie: Har- ris, Wesley: Hart, Chuck. Hast, Wilbert: Hatfield, Tom: Hawk, Debra: Hebb, Terry: Heddleston, Mary: Heischma n, Kathie: Hen- derson, Sharon: Henney, Bruce. Hill, Ken: Hines, Roger: Hittle, Marilyn: Hobson, Mary: Hodo, David: Hodo, Diane: Holton, Barbara: Holton, Randy. Holfsberry, Robert: Hol- land, Deborah: Holly, Rifk: Hoover, Eric: Houpe, La- mont: Hornak, George: Huber, Terry: Hughes, Ann. Hughes, Patty: Hundley Jim: Hunter, Jeni: Hursh man, Becky: Hurshman Linda: Huston, Nora: ln gram, William: liams Steven. r " 7 ,lass of pirit and nthu iasm. Issa, William, Jackson, Danny, Jackson, Merry. Jacobs, John, Janoski, Kathy, Jenkins, Patrick. Jessie, Melvin, Johnston John, de Jolsvay, Roland. Jones, Bruce, Jones, Karen Jordan, Janice. Jordan, Roberta, Jory, Ed- win, Juniper, Jim. Kaurich, Debbi, Kenenan Mike, Keir, Olen. Kerwood, Tim, Kibbey, Donna, Kidwell, Bonnie. Kirk, Phyllis, Kirkland Theodore, Kirkpatrick, Lon- Fla. Kilmer, Dominique, Kline, Rita, Knight, Amy. 1 U lr ijlilg Q I D 4.1 t yrs.-Q L ' 1 i ,. - ' J' I I Cz- J ! Q -f a If F ' 4 1 - ra A fi - '-T ,., Lf Llifi - ,W li' ., f .32 3 ' r JD :I 'rr -- .5 ,,,jQx,, ' . f . ' W' -9 ff- . an Yqajugi. , ,f it J'-:-I.. H V' 'vii ,. is fs 1-ill? ' N ' Lk 'i ., - ' i ffl, - a .Il 'R ' .Eg Y . -. I ...qi , 1:1 I 1, , 'E ' Y gf, X Nr .Q I - if ' Q 2 H y ' ' s 1 Knowledge Junior Rosemary Ord concentrates on her teacher's lecture. Juniors Pursu Logan, Charles, Lowe, Deb- bie, Loy, Marc, Luke, Bet- ty, Luckhaupt, Don, Mace, Susan, Madden, Ronald, Magrew, Becky. Magrew, Chris, Mahan Pam, Maloney, Tom, Mann Jerry, Mancini, Sue, Man Elan, Joe, Marcum, Jean, Mathews, Jerry. Mathews, Robert, Matru- nick, George, Mattison, Cleora, McCabe, Cynthia, McCaskey, Don, McClin- tock, Debbi, McCoy, Shar- on, McCrea ry, Jim. McGlaughlin, Patrick, Mc- Ninch, Vickie, McNutty, Dennis, McTurner, Tom, Melfi, Mike, Merz, Meara, Metzger, David, Middle- brooks, Ronald. Miller, Eddie, Miller, Edna, Miller, Jim, Miller, Judy Miller, Lucie, Miller, Glen, Milligan, James, Moore, Alfred. 1 7 Knox, LouAnn, Koslofsky, 5 2 Jolene, Kowalsky, Steven- - Kruse, Chris. i , Kuntz, Jeff, Kwan, Kam- . ix shiu, LaGrow, Debbie, La- " "C , nier, Jackie. 7 ' l Q -r , x ,. T? ii. 'I - . t ,VH ' 4. -"",-9 ,2 ' , Lease, Bob, Lemley, Danny, g G V Lephart, Debbie, Lester, ,1,,"1 I N. . Roscoe. ,,.1s 5 ' 7 .yi - l I' 4 f X A v,e'e . A .es U, . ,, ,- "'. , 'S Lewis, Charles, Link, Don- "' na, Link, Michael, Lockett 'D 'li . Q" I - Aaron. I l ' 1? in H- , wr ' ' I I 'N 'ff . A N , . . up-f 'l L M ii , 1 . . , -p ai' J i f 5 'll-if ' J' Q.. e l I L ,Ji " ' fi 1' ' F ' 1 rf 'gb .' L fb si Q lu L , TT A , - 1 t o 1' i N in H? 4 , " l 14932 -1 .. 'Y f H A , J., i ' .1143 tak: 2 Hg V x 1' f X . :US lwli l rv- 10 N V3 'fi Q44 ,gi '- ' V . , . 4 i' . A ,l L L in cl , it A sv I K' Morlan, Lois, Mudd, Ken, Mullins, Bobbie, Munk, Sally, Murphy, Sharon, Myers, Joe, Nelson, Sue, Nicholas, Mickey. Nichols, Roxie, Noble, Dan, O'Konnell, Joyce, Oehler, Jill, Olexa, Mike, Ord, Rosi, Ovitt, Virginia, Pancake, Beverly. xx ie KA .1 u 'F aw. 'Ev I Pappas, Tom, Parker, Di- 'S ana, Parmele, Debbie, Par- P' J ' rott, Henry, Parsley, Gary, ' , Parsley, John, Patrick, Sharon, Paxton, Michael. Payne, Jim, Pelino, Rino, , Pence, Les, Peters, Cathy, Hg: Peterson, Kenneth, Phillips, ' ' Sandi, Pierce, Kathy, Pink- erman, Debbie. ' JI Pinkerton, Sharon, Pinnell, N l'M"l 1 ,J Beverly, Pompa, Diane, ' H Porter, Rick, Power, Lisa, i Prater, Ronald, Price, Lin- li , elif., da, Priest, Kin. 3 . ' if..-1 l Prince, Diana, Pritchard Debbie, Pullen, Cheryl, Pyle, Philip: Quinton, Su- san ,Radcliff, Steve, Ray, Maureen, Reeb, Mike. Reedy, Roy, Reynolds, Steve, Richwine, Bob, Rid Ax 1 ., e, .X , we Y ft. ,QA L! L f f V , ,f"'l""ttT:4 F1 'P' .ti 15 l-W fa I1 l - . r F . A Q V 8 Y' V NJ' .Aw Q M' I 5 ... 4 dle, Betty, Roark, Perry, ,aff Roberts, Dave, Roberts, Donald. n I. "5 Pg. Roeder, Vickie, Rohe, S John, Rosmarin, Denise, .3 - ' Ross, Penny, Salisbury, "' Gary, Sanders, Debbi, Sark, , , Sandy, Satchachai, Chairat. Savage, Randy, Scadden, Gail, Scales, LaFayette, V Scarberry, Marilyn, Scott, v ,Q fg- Kenny, Sells, Vivien, Sev- ' erance, William, Sexton, . , Donald. L N .,--. v, W.. , q ML 57. , ' . V: -' 'I P fl 55- :' l a , i r ,5 ca , fi - L- J t L M 21 4.,-'- 1 l ' l l T-4 ,. r I 1 X vb' ' fm- 1 . N N -Joi J l ' fl I' Y I r .fav gi 2 Y of y a, gn, Q i.lt""' -J li: - 955595 ' f E bay V Y r It 9 4' r' 4snH W '1 f i nh A , 'SP' 'rw V.-Q' . . Shannon, Patti, Sharpe, AK , - Bonnie, Shrewsberry, Deb- . ,T I ff ' bie, Simpson, Barbara, xl Sims, Diana, Slade, Fred, , if ' Slonaker, Bonnie, Smelker, Jim- f. Smith, Linda, Snow, Rick, -' - 'A N Spaulding, Charles, Spark- 1, V ,J - man, Lloyd, Spears, Ken, -- Sperling, Terry, Spillers, ' N " i ,lm Tammy, Srestputr, Dhani. ,I , ll 'T fi .. Starrett, Mary Ellen, Steele, S - Mark, Stephenson, Bruce, Stephenson, Jim, Sterling, 1 H it Jim, Stevens, Dave, Stew ,V l - - art, John, Stillwell, Mark. 'N - 1 ix, A v "g li 1 F ', Stokes, Tim, Story, Susan, Sutphin, Monita, Thacker, Becky, Thickstun, Karen, Thomas, Linda, Thompson, - Cathy, Triplett, Joyce. V ' , gg ll ' ,I - ' X X gg Agia?-' TH !! f, gy ,L .Qi ag, -,ve V-28 .Y f . ff J a i Wife'-Q21 " i f . f I A: V - l ' J' 1 I WY. fuk. S m if Q t H , lf! in ,. ' I V .1 1 ' V t v? ' 1 A . Iv ,lg an x dh fa T Tig' I s .A 5-., ' 1 5 -'Z Q, 3' ,N 7 I ? I 1 .. Q Experiences Create Loyalties . 1. .1-A, ' . ' 1 Q- CVD -i , . pw -I hi I N A if l Lia If 1 1 I A' , ... E' Tuggle, Sharon, Turnbul I- Q, -f., . I 9 V ff, , ' . - 351, ,,, .7 'far Cathy, Turnbull, Christ 6 ' ' l J' f ' ' N lqgrif 53 fp. T Tuthill, Tina, Van Horn 5, ' 'E' "' A 'Ee' l S, if , r., V' 'X Pam, Vaughn, Mike, Vanc ' 'N' N . b .. 4, ' M in Paul, Wade, Sue. " , I-'t' 7lf1 'AWN' - 4 'IX - ix' 'l V I . ' T Wagener, John, Waggone ? Q' W , ' , . 'Q Q Q George, Walker, Ru , .1 N ' , l " J i 0 ,- 'y,,,s- . 1 , ' 37, .7 Waller, Bill, Wamsle l ' fl ln' "a 'v-I" " Q-it Y ' ' James, Ward, Keith, Wa :, , ' - q 'V '. ' ,A " , ner, Mark, Watson, De ' ' - - ki ' A ' l l' Y orah ,- i ' J' Miigfe gffiz, 53. ., ' as ' 'N E K M X F' ,' f " " ' ' 'Y f X' 9 4. ' Wayt, Chris, Weakleyt Pau R E 7 lf - V ', ,-, Wears, Mike, Weave Q. . ' fi 1 .fl l' Q ,gl K' Charlotte, Webb, Eileen iz, li Q, f"-K V 1, , ft " - im' f I Weber, Sue, Wellma f' f ' ' ' .V 5 , H ffl ', Judy, Weisheimer, Gayl .. 3' V. fl' C' .lp M . f Q ' . ' 'I 1 ... 'S i AA . .we J' A -C S .1-is Y 4' S . . ,J -1-' I V Wenger, Christine, Wenge ie ,ss .-4:-. , .I V - , V , Wesley, Wharton, Claris Q , i' P 1 E ,Q U 1 White, Jim, Wilson, Jan - -' -' ' MP5 57,-eg "' V , -H Wilson, Michael, Wilso J, A -' . ' ' 1 3 , ' Peggy, Wiles, Monica. l f r if .I 2.1 , 1 . 4 .JAY .tg--l l l. ,f H. -, Y . I V' Y , l " Q - H Windesheim, Jill, Wolery, .. 'gun I , f ge -,N Y :F Linda, Yates, Denise, it .,, 1 H, Y 'A ' t , , l Q QL. Young, Cynthia, Young, W ,J - "tk, , W: , v- ' , ei , , l Marsha, Young, Peggy: in I Y ' Z fv D 1 V L V' Zimmerman, John. . Sf ' ' v , A , " - Abney, Bob, Abney, Ro- berta, Albanasa, Mike, Adkins, Bernard, Aleshire, Bev, Aliff, Lowell, Allen, Richard, Alloway, Rheda. Altemus, Debbie, Ander- son, Charlotte, Anelick, Gayle, Anelick, Vickie, Angel, Joe, Anthony, Dave, Auborn, Dan, Ault, Edith. I Fmt. !7'T - wr- 1 , . -, , J, . , 4, ge 2 - fi 553 y 3 0 Q B -3 .ro , .al " V' N 4 K P' ,I-' ' -gs V r .4 N - ' - l, vi - X l I Q lj x 1' A A , A i lf 1' - 'l 1" Li" i i A be f - t -. . 11 t El - .Q , 1 + g 4, 7? 1 l" l' I jg ll if .' it V . 'ii i I - .. - r 'V ' .' ,.- . ' Y ' 1 " L W. B. if ff if we f 'll' ' y 7 1 '.',. 1 L ' . lx, As" rs . 4 Cl ssof' I fs P '- , ' aJ.l"1ll' - ' ' sc' x U B . 'E ..u,- W - Emerges fi .Ji ml " .Q W O g. . . Af. i'Jf 2 V N P Y. 1 V n LN ' Q - -'fain F Aww' . .wfigx A , J ' J fs: ' I' ig? M V 1 -Y K ' li ,. "l l lx A zf l . v A l - Q' ' , ' 4 X I la ll. I - J l gs ' kk ai-in X Q' 1 ' tt. f fs J Brofforcl, Kathy Ann, Brookha rt, Ch ristel, Brooks, Mark, Brown, John. Brown, Veda, Brown, Veda Jean, Browning, Donnetta, Bryant, John. Bryant Terry Burchinal Charles Bucklew Jenny, Buckner Bill Bachtel, Joe, Bailey, Shar- on, Baird, Sandra, Ballan- tyne, William, Barber, Tom, Barnes, Sharon, Barn- hart, Paul, Barrows, Carol Sue. Basich, Marlena, Beach, Barbara, Beall, Allen, Beas- ley, Benny, Beeler, Nick, Berry, Ramona, Billingsley, Dan, Birchum, Kirk. Bishop, Jack, Bivens, Shar- on, Black, Don, Blake, Jim, Blake, Jon, Blesedell, Frank, Bolden, Celestine, Borden, Pam. Bordner, Jeanne, Borro, Neal, Bowen, Paul, Boyd, Rick, Brandenburg, John, Branham, Jack, Breedlove, Mark, Bridges, Curtis. Mary Heddleston whispers sweet nothings into Dave Rubadue's ear during the rainy Homecoming Game. at Y sf! ..-f" 1'1 Members of the audio-visual club take a break from a tiresome school day in the proiection room. ami' 1 gm' u Burneson, Kenneth, Burn- qw , Q ,I X A , ' heimer, James, Burns, ' Q Q :gi " , , ,. Pam, Burton, Steve, But- N ,f 'N ', , uf' " 3 b 'W 0' cher, Lona, Butler, Terry, is v -- l l Q . 1 fs - -A Butts, Terry, Buzzelli, ' ""' P l John. A al f - 'xx 7 u I J l 5- Z ,- Buzzelli, Rick, Byers, . V, P 1 r I' y0""i'-b , -' i, if, Becky, Byers, Janice, Cal- .- ., M H ' 14 -" ,V 1- houn, Dave, Canterbury, 4 .LM F fi' N I Y -' ' ' el, I Charles, Cardiff, Mary Jo, - Fe 5 Y 1 " N- ,Q A Carmack, Kenneth, Carney, x . , , , l Brian. V w -, , K. A ' ' 13"" x ' tl. .Q -gtfifib, 5 . fd, I ,J .',' mf Carrier, Christy, Carro, H T" if-P ' Nl A I JA' -7, 'g547"'Jl" Shirley, Carson, Dale, Car- f f- " ' ,, 15 , , 5 , - ter, Claudette, Caulkins, I L N - V I n Christina, Chaffin, Roy, . -- -fi!! Y - ff" ' -- Charles, Nick, Cheek, Larry. , , -' XT, ' 1' F ' I ' 1 .. ,-" - I - , A . I ' 4' , . A V' ff-gt Chesnuf, Don, Chevrier, - ' xllf' A . V1 J.-next, I if I 'I X M Sally, Churches, Laura, .- "' ' , 'N 1 qi, 7 -, 7 ggi' 1 " -- Claar, Jim, Clark, Jim, ' ', gf- ,ff -,. X Clemmons, lvan, Cockerill, 'I ' A ' if , ' "' ' F Debbie, Coffey, James. N 4 Nl' ' X ' 4 ' X X , 1 ,ti .ea-teas ,. , - ,P . 4 ' 1 if 1. Coffmon, Danny, Coffmon, 1 1 A T "'.qNA 5 5 Donna, Coffmon, Regina, 1-N ' ,, ..' ' , , - . x Cole, Janet, Collins, John, E--f V ' LJ . - ' M I -' ' Combs, Don, Conkle, " 'W' , 4, F' ' f V ' 5 "Q Doug, Conkle, Gregory. l A -4, U ' ,, ,X I N, ' , . -3,8 W . 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Ingram, Glenda, lnnis Chris, Irwin, Nedra, Isaac Paul, Jackson, Debbie, Jarvis, Jeannette, Johns Fred, Johnson, Cheryl. Johnson, Kathy, Johnson, Leota, Johnston, Patsy, Jones, Charles, Jones, Davi, Jones, Doug, Jones, Janet, Jones, Thomas. Kerr, Neta, Kidwell, Dean- na, Kindall, Vicki, King, Dennis, King, Nelson, King, Philip, Klinedinst, Tim, Knighton, Gary. 1 R. xt , GW ,t I S- f -f , -a . X N , ll 1 U .ips I E I ,.wfif'i7'ftif t K A'N'y .A S? fi! t . ' ,LJ . 1' if ' Y! -ein 4 KI it . 'Q like 11. A . -rhxxg iv y - N W H H . , Ui? ' ' . f l - V 'i ax Y, it ' , T .ill-lf' A ll ' ' MY V L, ' fx sifhj A A B I . ,, ry' ' ' M s 1 Q t . Q it rl- i 1.3 ,A --, v : if if L is .... ' N 3 Ilsww J ' - h , 2 'A 'P 1'-:is ' Q L r i , , -5 1 X' H l U illi- , as if 1 , x Jigga . it J. X 9' l l i 5 , ,i g , X :fQ -X fig ef ,. Y- . , VO, f -- K' 9 A f A-i li ,aa 4" - Q ,K .Eb 1.-J ,1- Q v 1 5 x c is l 5: F 4 X I-A ' T! 5, fa K fl, Il il Sophomore Ilona Ermantinger anxiously waits for the ball. Koehler, LouAnn, Koslof- sky, Jocie, LaGrow, Bob Lare, Harold, Larson, Den nis, Laura, Kathy, Lawson Rodney, Ledbetter, Mike. Lee, Ken, Lee, Pamela, Leichner, Diana, Lephart, Edwin, Lewis, Barbara, Lewis, Sue, Liebhart, Rick, Liebhart, Jeff, Lindsey, Mildred, Living- ston, Vicky, Lloyd, Debbie, Lohman, Cynthia, Lom- bardi, Cathy, Long, Betsy, Loper, Linda, Lovely, Jim. Lowder, Rick, Lowe, Jim, Loy, Don, Lynch, Rick. Lynn, Gerald, Lyons, Me- gan, Maberry, Tim, Mad- dus, John. Mancini, Nancy, Marcum, Linda, Marlow, Eugene, Marlow, Jane. Marrow, Dale, Martin, Kenneth, Masten, Sandra, Mattingly, Linda. McGaffery, Frances, Mc- Cants, Mike, McClary, Mel- ody, McCluer, Bob. McCormick, Barbara, Mc- Cray, Kathleen, McDaniel, Gary, McDowell, Miles. . i - McGee, Peggy, McGee, '1 . ' Willie, McGee, Andrew, 'Q i Q - Q - 0 2 frzf, McGIaughlin, Kaihy, Mc- 02 ' 5 "f QQ " A X i -J Kenzie, Cathy, McKinney, , QQ 'i ' " 'T D 'A 'W' Debbie, McMillian ,Jehm J Q M " J, QQ 4 McNamara, Amber. 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Poe, Mary, Pompa, Joe, Porter, Denise, Potter, Ton- ya, Poulson, Mark, Power, Greg, Preece, Barry, Pur- cell, Evette. Puskac, Susie, Quainfance Donald, Radcliff, Roger, Ragland, Denise, Rea per Reginald, Reese, Ron, Ren- shaw, Sharon, Rice, Becky Richesson, Linda, Ricketts, Cecelia, Riffle, Ramona, Rigrish, George, Rimmer, Anita, Ring, Jamie, Rob- erts, James, Robinette, Donald. Robinette, Keith, Robson, Dennis, Rodock, Randall, Roeder, Dale, Rolfe, Steve, Rose, Reba, Rossi, Sandy, Rowland, Carolyn. Rupert, Debbie, Rusk, Charlyn, Russell, Cindi, Saft, Sandra, Saslaw, Lou, Sbrochi, Mark, Scaggs, Bil- lie Jo, Scanlon, Steve. Schoby, David, Sears, Joe, Seelenbinder, Mark, Sewell, Rick, Sexton, Fanny, Sey- mour, Scot, Shaffer, Dave, Sheppard, Tom. Students Seek Identification Shivers, Carol, Shook, Bill, Shover, Richard, Shrop- shire, Arlene, Sicilian, Sam, Sidders, James, Sid- ers, Paul, Slonaker, Debbie. Smith, Dan: Smith, Eric, Smith, Jilda, Smith, Mary, Smith, Pam, Smith, Susan, Snouffer, Jerry, Snow, Tom. Snyder, Tom, Sowards, Christine, Sowell, Phillip, Sparkman, Eva, Sparks, Dean, Sperks, Ronnie, Spencer, Robert, Springer, Celeste. Staley, Barbara, Staley, Ronnie, Staley, Winfield, Stanley, Karen. Steakley, Rhonda, Steger, Leo, Stephenson, Cheryl, Stevens, Walter. Stewart, Beth, Stewart, Linda, Stiles, Martin, Stone, Julie. Stosberg, Sue, Strickland, Freida, Stumbo, Sara Rose, Sturgill, Richard. Svanks, Rita, Swanson, Lygia, Tackett, Rhonda, Tanner,Bill. Taylor, Dennis, Taylor, Joyce, Taylor, Mark, Terry, Rick. 1- - V, 45' Q. his 0 .2-A I, -ff A -"?T.i 1 T . i It I? Q ' 1, .1 r 0 1 W 1 T11 ilu , l A T 1 3 .4 . -v fr- f 5 L, 'Yl' 'ww' ,4 'V Q ' ' YY' ' it T ff l- I 1 'I i Y S S a erae r Q l N -' 'i" I " '15, :lg t f 'fr Y 'll , My A i I H J ' 'v in R ' ' . ' 4 - JJ make :fm lk 1' , 43 A fi, r 'rf , . ,- -. . 11 N- if xx. ,I 1 1 Y li-L: igl ' a 'gym av. 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Trinter, Dave, Trittipo, Jerry, Trittipo, Vickie, Troup, Doug, Tucker, Pam, Turner, David, Turner, Mar- lene. Ulseth, Dianne, Usselman Mark, Valentine, Carl, Van- Voorhis, Denise, VanVoor- his, Gretchen, Vertikoff, George, Vest, Linda. Wagner, Stephanie, Wal- ker, Patricia, Walker, Rick, Wall, Helen, Wallace, Wil- lis, Waller, Carol, Walton, Frank. Wa rd, Dave, Wasson, Nancy, Watson, Connie, Watson, Deanna, Watts, Vernon, Waymire, Mary, Wells, Carol. 1 Wills, Gany, Wilson, Rhon da, Wise, Treva, Withem Peggy, Woehrle, Tom Wohlgemuth, Donna Wolfe, Cheryl, Woods .1 I i d,,- .R X ' I 'D " Wells, Mark, Wendel, Glor- ' Q M 'WI 5 W, ia, Weppler, Carmella, 'Q '4 Q T' ' Wetterstroem, June, Wet- -if-' y 9 l ,' f V- lr' zell, Kevin, Wheat, Kaye, t V ' I 'T White, Debbie. x ,ff 5 , V I ! .Jr I i A l ,-f:'i J 1 at ' ' ,K White, Deborah, White, In ,, v Q 4 :N Louanne, Wiant, Dave, Wil- . Q ,A V, gl f T - cox, Mike, Williams, Janet, i--- 1 A V. WLM' J Williams, Judy, Williams, 1 7 A Yay' , Pam. 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DANA SENIORS Aldenderfer, David Allen, Carl 69, 97 Allen, William 97 58, 60, 67, 69, 97 Anderson, Karen 97 Baird, Jackie Balka, Bruce 97 14,19, 51. 52, 66, 68, 97 Fitzgerald, Sue 54, 103 Flynn, Kay 16, 50, 51, 52, 66, 68, 70. 72, 74, 103 Ford, Becky 52, 103 Ford, Kathy 53, 103 Fortin, Margie 68, 103 Foureman, Sandyk 76, 103 Fout, Rich 16, 18, 50, 54, 57, 58, 60, 67, 68, 104 Fox, Lynn 25, 60, 68, 76, 104 Frazee, Gary 104 14, 16, 42, 56, 59, 65, 66, 70, Student Kindall, Carolyn 73, 110 King, Richard 110 Knueven, Margaret 73, 110 Kruger, Gary 71, 77, 110 Kulick, Sue 51, 58, 69, 70, 76, 110, 125 Lammers, Keith 57 Larimer, Lee Ann 68, 73, 110 Larson, Judy 16, 59, 66, 70, 76, 110 Lanier, Jerome 38, 39, 73, 110 Lawson, Steve 58, 59, 60, 110 Banks, Cheri 63, 66, 97 Barber, Mike 58, 10, 97 Barber, Ray 54, 57, 58, 97 Barkley, Loretta 16, 18, 24, 42, 45, 52, 54, 61 73, 76, 97 Barnhouse, Holly 14, 16, 50, 51, 54, 61, 66, 70, 74, 97 Beasley, Cecil 29, 30, 107 Bell, Kathryn 53, 58, 61, 70, 73, 97 Bell, Rosanna 52, 61, 98 Bell, Sharon 53, 76, 98 Betz, Peggy 98 Bevan, Robin 98 Bigger, J. M. 17, 98 Blamer, Bonnie 73, 98 Bolin, Ed 16, 51, 59, 60, 67, 77, 98 Bordner, Jeff 21, 32, 34, 38, 60, 65, 67, 77, 98 Bowen, Mauricio 16, 62, 65, 70, 98 Bowsher, Judy 54, 70, 99 Breunig, Gary 67, 99 Breunig, Roger 99 Bretford, Mary 68, 73, 99 Browning, Ray 99 Bullock, Denice 53, 54, 61, 73, 99 Burnett, Carolyn 99 Burton, Lynn 25, 61, 66, 68, 99 Bush, Roger 67, 99 Cabell, David 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 99 Caldwell, Denny 16, 20, 38, 39, 51, 54, 60, 67, 99 Callahan, John 16, 35, 36, 37, 54, 58, 60, 63, 99 Cantlon, Janet 16, 25, 45, 58, 61, 68, 76, 99 Canini, Tom 99 Carney, Dennis 99 Cassell, Mac 100 Chevrier, Roberta 59, 62, 66, 100 Clemens, Ruthann 72 Clemmons, Cynthia 24, 45, 59, 61, 63, 65, 68, 72, 76, 100 Clifford, Christian 67, 100 Clinton, Paul 18, 19, 54, 57, 100 Conley, Randee 73, 100 Conner, Lela 54, 100 Conner, Lee 100 Conway, Gary 67 Cope, Bob 18, 100 Corcoran, Terry 67, 100 Cornelious, Danny 100 Coverstone, Michael 74, 100 Coverdale, Steve 71, 100 Creasap, Mike 100 Cree, Brenda 52, 101 Cruz, Rosemary 18, 24, 45, 101 Cuckler, Vickie 101 Cunningham, Linda 73, 101 Gamble, Mary 53, 70, 104 Gardiner, Martha 73, 104 Garrabrant, Monte 51, 71, 74,104 Gates, Barbara 68, 104 Gentry, Sue 104 Gibson, Sherry 25, 45, 68, 76, 104 Gillenwater, Linda 54, 72, 104 Godby, Sharon 104 Leatherman, Dick Lecco, Rosemary 16, 32, 38, 39, 57, 77, 111 111 Lee, Debbie 33, 66, 73, 111 51, 53, 54, 74, 76, Dailey, Carol 54, 101 Dalton, Chris 66, 68, 101 Davis, Mark 17, 69, 70 Davis, Joy 72, 101 Deal, Nancy 52, 53, 71, 102 Dean, Jerry 59, 60, 102 DeFluiter, Peggy 16. 66, 68, 74, 76, 102 Devoss, David 67, 102 Ditmars, Jon 69, 102 Dow, Sherman 32, 33, 34, 38, 51, 56, 66, 77, 102 Downey, Gail 53, 102 Durr, Ellis 67, 102 Durrett, John Eberle, Mike 54, 55, 58, 60, 69, 102 22, 58, 59, 64, 70, 102 Evans, Nancy 52, 73, 76, 102 Fears, Kenny Fisher, Susan Fishman, Marveen 29, 30, 102 73, 76, 103 16, 18, 53, 54, 58, 61, 68, 103 Fitzgerald, Paul 103 154 Gray, Deborah 66, 73, 104 Gregory, Ken 104 Grice, Karen 104 Griffin, Sandy 105 Grooms, Bill 105 Grundy, Mary 52, 66, 63. 76, 104 Gygi, Pam 52, 68, 74, 105 Hamilton, Dianne 25, 45, 58, 61. 96. 105 Hammond, Emke 73, 105 Hammond, Stephen 71. 105 Hand, Fred 105 Hanes, Dave 105 Hange, Margi 59, 70, 105 Harbaugh, Gary 28 Harris, Clifton 106 Harris, Jack 51, 56, 69, 70, 106 Hart, Ann 53, 66, 73, 106 Hartman, Dana 106 Hatfield, Ann 16, 54, 53, 591 62. 64, 65: 69' 681 76, 106 Hatfield, Tedeene 51, 54, 58, 59, 61, 55' 106 Hawk, Don 52, 67, 106 Hayes, Carol 51, 52, 54, 66. 681 70, 72, 731 961 62, 65, 68, 76, 106 Heath, Marcia 14, 16, 50, 511 56, 551 651 66' 68' 70, 74, 76, 106 2 65 106 Heffelfinger, Donna 16, 5 , I Heilman, Molly 16, 51, 56, 58, 61, 66. 63, 70' 76, 106, 109 Henney, Cynthia 106 Herbst, Matt 106 Hildebrand, Frank 18, 106 Himmelberger, Kevin 107 Hines, Donald 51, 63, 65, 74, 107 Hama, Mike 16, ta, 19, 29, 30, 38. 41, 50, 51, 67, 70, 77, 96, 107 Hodge, Lynn 107 Hogston, John 55, 67, 107, 124 Holbrook, Pat 61, 107 Holland, Steve 18, 19, 108 Holloway, Ed 58, 60, 108 Hughes, Mike 108 Hughes, Stephanie 108 Hunt, Sally 108 Hurley, Jim 32, 33, 67, 77, 108 Huston, Gary 16, 72 Ingram, Bob 108 Jackson, Carole 66, 68, 108 Jarvis, Steve 70, 108 Jobe, Colleen 53, 63, 65, 108 Johnston, Jeff 108 Johnston, Shirley 51, 52, 66, 68, 72, 74, 108 Johnson, Christine 73 Jones, Barbara 72, 109 Jones, Bob 16, 32. 34. 38, 40. 411 501 511 58' 68' 77, 109 Kearns, Linda 73, 109 Keenen, Mike 131 Keller, John 67, 77, 109 Keyser, Joyce 109 Kidd, Bill 60, 67, 71, 109 Kidner, Margaret 73, 109 Kimbro, Vicki 109 Lee, Pheona 53, 66, 76, 111 Lee, Sophia 17, 34, 52, 54, 70, 74, 76, 96, 111 Lelux, Richard 72, 111 Lipatapanlop, Sangvorn 111 Louthen, David 111 Lower, Rex 16, 25, 30, 67, 70, 74, 77, 111 Lucas, Kay 25, 45, 54, 66, 111 Luckett, Sandy 16, 25, 62, 76, 111 Luckett, Suzanne 25, 45, 62, 66, 68, 73, 76, 111 Lyons, Bernard 111 Lyons, Bill 112 Lynn, Greg 29, 30 Ma, Tui 13, 14, 16, 53, 66, 74, 112 Msbe, Linda 52, 56, 112 Manter, Jack 28, 30, 31, 54, 58, 60, 112 Martin, Craig 112 Mama, Linda 52, 53, 71, 72, 73, 112 Martin, Phyllis 53, 112 Mawhirter, Charles 18, 58, 60, 112 Mays, Kurt 112 McCabe, Lee 112 McCord, Deborah 112 McCreary, Leslie 25, 63, 112 McDaniel, Reggie IN MEMORIAM 113 Mehl, Marc 17, 55, 64, 112, 124 Melnyk, Rosty 55, 112 Miller, Bonnie 74 Miller, Jeff 31, 35, 67, 70, 77, 113 Miller, Patty 113 Miller, Sharon 52, 113 Miller, Terri 53, 59, 61, 68, 113 Mollett, William 69, 113 Moody, Curt 16, 21, 29, 30, 38, 41, 71, 113 Moore, Alfred 54 Morris, Sandy 113 Morris, Sonny 32, 33, 67, 77, 113 Moss, Mitzi 25, 63, 65, 72, 76, 114 Mowbray, Barbara 114 Mudd, Gerald 114 Murphy, Lee 54, 114 Mushrush, Janet 14, 16, 51, 57, 59, 61, 68, 74, 76, 125 Myers, Bea 66, 68, 71, 73, 114 Myers, Richard 114 . Myers, Phyllis 66, 71, 114 Neal, Roger 115 Nelson, Gail 13, 14, 42, 58, 61, 66, 115 Newell, Debbie 115 Newman, Lloyd 115 Nivins, Junior 51, 59, 61, 115 Oppenheimer, Kay 54, 115 Oppenheimer, Sue 73, 115 Orozco, Tony 115 Osborn, Barbara 52, 115 Panzara, Rick 115 Parmele, Owen 71, 115 Parsley, Shirley 25, 45, 115 Pence, Elayne 116 Pensyl, Kristy 51, 52, 53, 57, 66, 68, 72, 76, 116 Penzone, Dave 16, 20, 51, 67, 70, 77, 116 Perkins, Karen 70, 73, 116 Perry, Gail 73 Pfalzgarf, Linda 116 Pinnell, Brenda 52, 116 Porter, Diane 18, 66, 74, 117 Porter, Diane 52, 53, 54, 66, 75, 117 Potts, Dave 54, 67, 117 Preston, Kim 66, 68 Index Prrnce Frank 16 51 72 117 Pwe Judy 73 117 Quaantance Dav1d 117 Raldlger Julle 59 63 64 66 6 Rm Nancl 71 117 Rlnghrser Donna 117 Rlsch Donolm 117 Robson Nancy 117 Rocker Charles 117 Rogers Susan 53 66 70 117 Rosebrook Angle 52 117 Rotz Ralph 55 72 Schnelder Tom 60 62 65 67 118 Scholby Belmda 54 66 74 118 Scott Roy 28 30 118 Searls Denny 118 Settz M1ke 118 Sellers Dave 29 30 70 75 118 Shaffer Karen 54 66 73 118 Sheoard Don 32 33 57 59 60 77 118 119 Shuherk Debbxe 61 73 118 S1 ers Bull 118 oe Mlke 1618 3 3 50 58 60 70 77 118 124 Slonaker Davld 63 65 119 Smelker Jack 23 31 35 37 Smxth Darrell 119 Smrth Dave 62 119 Smxth Nancy 119 Sowers Debbre 25 52 66 76 Speasmaker Steve 119 Sprlnger Larry 55 119 Stanley Doug 77 119 St rrett Theresa 13 14 16 21 25 58 61 66 68 76 120 Stentz Tom 55 74 120 52 57 Whlfrner Patty 51 66 70 74 76 122 Wrant Ellen 18 51 56 59 61 66 68 76 122 Wlllxams Debbte 19 57 66 68 71 122 Wlllrams Jam 123 Wtlllams Peggy 25 45 51 52 66 76 123 Wrllrs Harold 123 Wolfe Rory 16 32 33 34 67 77 119 123 Woodard Jane 16 56 59 61 66 68 70 123 Wooddell Pam 54 73 123 Woodrlng Earl 71 123 Woody Eduth 16 25 51 58 6 62 66 76 1 4 Workman Llnda 124 Wulff Paul 124 Yeh Suyun 70 124 Young Tom 1 Young Bull 124 JUNIORS Abbott John 128 Adams Karen 73 128 Adklns Jtm 128 Angle Terry 55 128 Baker Marcta 128 Baker Mrchael 29 35 59 63 128 Bankes Mlke 29 35 59 63 128 Banks Carolyn 63 64 65 69 73 74 Barnhart Barbara 128 Barouxn Mary 128 Barrows Sue 57 61 66 73 128 Bartels Sonia 53 60 61 128 Bartlett Llnda 61 128 Bazler Sue 65 128 Stephenson Lloyd 67 120 66 68 74 76 120 Stouffer Sarah 59 61 120 Stumbo Barbara 120 Summers Roslyn 18 42 61 66 73 120 Swartzlander Gretchen 120 Swutt Robert 72 120 Taylor Danny 72 120 Taylor Mardi 53 66 120 Thomas Constance 54 120 Thomas Karen 53 57 66 68 74 120 Thomas Larry 54 Thompson Dave 58 60 67 77 120 Thorton Margaret 120 Thorton Mary Lou 73 120 Tomlm Warren 121 Torr Elaine 73 121 Trlmmer Jlrn 16 Trott Janlce 13 15 68 121 Turner Greg 54 7 21 Turner James 12 Van Gundy Terry Van Voorhrs Netl 121 Vroet Candy 16 50 58 61 64 66 68 75 76 68 121 55136 6 Wagner Becky 58 61 74 121 W er Larry 28 31 51 71 77 121 Waller Lacle 121 Walls Rtck 122 Ward Randy 16 20 67 122 Washburn Doug 16 50 51 67 74 122 Watkrns Dan 16 18 19 22 58 67 74 122 Wayt Karry 122 Beetham Beetham Bell Kam Bendurc' Nancy 128 63 64 Dolly 54 60 61 68 77 8 Blllmgsley Rrck 17 128 Bmnon Rlck 40 128 Blackburn Brenda 66 128 Blatr Larry 54 63 65 128 Blatr Lela 73 128 Blue Bruce 128 Bolon Belnnda 53 57 61 66 Bond Bob 55 Bowman Larry 55 74 128 Boynton Julie 43 59 61 66 68 76 128 Bretz Bob 40 Brewer Ebby 29 63 65 74 128 Brtlty Frank 128 Brofforcl Valerte 66 128 Brown Cllnton 58 59 64 128 Brown Greg 18 51 54 72 128 Bryant Mertl 72 128 Buchman Davrd 17 51 54 69 128 Bucklew Vrrgunla 65 128 Bulllck Keith 128 Burgett Vera 128 Burkholder Mike 35 Byers Phlllp 128 Cantrell Frank 128 Casbarrc Pat 74 Cassanta Joe 29 128 Cassell James 62 65 129 Casslll Tom 37 57 74 77 129 Castello Thtrza 129 Weakley Karen 52 56 66 122 Wellman Jxm 122 Welsh Denny 63 122 Welsh Kathy 52 56 66 122 Wenger Sue 53 122 Whlte Becky 122 Cataland Stanley 129 Caulkms Carl 58 74 129 Chaffm Kathryn 52 66 129 Champe Rlchard 35 129 Chandler Jon 68 74 129 Cheek Sally 24 51 52 74 76 129 Clark Paul 129 Clayton Patty 60 61 73 77 129 Clemens Vrckle 129 Coleman Wesley 57 69 129 Compson Cheryl 52 58 61 66 77 129 Cook Judy 52 129 Copas Lmda 52 58 61 66 68 74 76 129 Cox Debbie 52 72 77 129 Craqe John 129 Crego Beverly 60 61 129 Cremean Chrrs 32 59 63 65 Cunmngham Dorothy 61 129 Daniels Theresa 129 Daugherty Steve 129 Daulton Bull 28 35 54 129 Davis Anlta 73 129 Davus Rnchard 129 Davis Rodger 32 129 Delaney Michael 129 Demos Mlke 129 Dennlson Carol 129 Dnggs Beth 129 D1G1ola Make 129 Dlxon Celestune 52 129 Downs Cathy 53 66 129 Duncan Jerry 129 Dunleavy Tum 59 69 71 74 129 Ellls Melody 24 129 Ellison Jrm 55 129 Engle Lars 17 69 129 Ensmmger Laura 59 60 64 65 129 Epley Donald 129 Epley Ronald 129 Epley Susan 73 129 Falco Tom 63 65 Farmer Joan 130 Ferns Richard 55 130 Flckel Fred 130 Fxsher Frances 130 Fishman J y 18 19 55 Flanmgan Steve 38 130 Fluty Ervin 59 63 64 74 130 Flynn James 28 35 130 Fought Ed 130 Ford Carol 43 51 52 66 130 Fraley, Carol 130 Frankeberger 29 38 51 130 Frazee Bull 130 Frulte Ray 130 Gammon Robert 130 Gammon Wulllam 130 Gallagher Colleen 54 Gent Joel 130 George Luz 58 59 61 66 72 74 3 Geygan Mark 130 Gull Duane 66 130 Glllenwater Barry 130 Glllenwater Sharon 54 7 0 Good Beverly 130 Goodwln Charles 130 Green Beatrnce 66 130 Gronbach Steve 130 Grossman Bob 30 62 130 Gunn Steve 130 Gygr Terr 52 68 77 130 Hale Betty 130 Hamrlton Steve 130 Harbarger James 130 Hardesty Jerl 60 63 65 73 130 Harlan Carol 130 Harper Mary 130 Harris Debbie 24 4-5 46,54 61 73 130 Harrus Wesley 28 38 41 51 77 130 Hart Chuck 130 Hast Blll 28 71 30 155 ' , , , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' ' 1 ' I 1 I I I I I I I I I ,I , , , ,8,70,76,117 -- I- I , I I I I 1 gl. , . 1 I I I I I I I I I 1 .. . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1129 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 123 ' , I V I I . 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . 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I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I I ' ' ' .1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 ' 1 11 Hatfield, Tom 28, 130 Hawk, Debra 60, 61, 66, 74, 130 Hebb, Terry 74, 130 Heddleston, Mary 24, 63, 65, 66, Heischman, Kathie 130 Henney, Bruce 71, 130 Hessinger, Charles 130 Higginbothan, Rick 130 Hill, Kenneth 130 Hines, Roger 65, 130 68, 76, 130 Hittle, Marilyn 47, 56, 66, 68, 74, 77, 130 Hobson, Mary 54, 61, 130 Hodo, David 130 Hodo, Diane 53, 66, 68, 73, 130 Holly, Rickey 130 Holland, Debbie 54, 130 Holton, Barb 130 Holton, Randy 55, 71, 130 Holtsberry, Bob 55, 130 Hoover, Eric 28, 71, 130 Hornak, George 130 Horne, Teri 40, 53, 76 Hopper, Jerry 72 Hosey, David 130 Houpe, Lamont 130 Huber, Terry 130 Hughes, Patty 73, 130 Hughes, Ann 130 Hundley, James 130 Hunter, Jeni 24, 60, 66, 130 Hurshman, Becky 64, 74, 130 Hurshman, Linda 61, 64, 130 Huston, Nora 130 liams, Steve 72, 130 Ingram, William 130 lssa, Bill 69, 74, 131 Jackson, Danny 131 Jackson, Merry 51, 66, 76, 131 Jacobs, John 131 Janoski, Kathy 131 Jenkins, Pat 131 Jessie, Melvin 72, 131 Jewett, Tom 54, 131 Johnston, John 131 de Jolsvay, Roland 72, 131 Jones, Bruce 32, 131 Jones, Karen 51, 66, 68, 131 Jordan, Janice 73, 131 Jory, Edwin 131 Juniper, James 74, 131 Logan, Deborah 132 Lowe, Deborah 132 Loy, Marc 28, 29, 63, 74, 132 Luke, Betty 132 Luckhaupt, Lon 132 Mace, Susan 52, 60, 61, 132 Madder, Ron 132 Magrew, Rebecca 132 Magrew, Christine 132 Mahan, Pamela 132 Mahoney, Tom 132 Mancini, Sue 71 Mann, Jerry 132 Mangan, Joseph 132 Marcum, Oma Jean 53, 73, 132 Mathews, Jerry 132 Mathews, Robert 132 Matrunick, George 72, 132 Mattison, Cleora 73, 132 McCabe, Cynthia 59, 77, 132 McCaskey, Don 58, 60, 75, 132 McClintock, Deborah 132 McCoy, Sharon 132 McCreary, James 132 McDanieIs, Glenda 24 McGlaughlin, Patrick 132 McKee, James 132 McNinch, Vickie 132 McNulty, Dennis 132 McTurner, Thomas 55, 74, 132 Melfi, Mike 132 Merz, Meara 61, 132 Metzger, David 132 Pierce, Kathy 62, 63, 64, 68, 74, 133 Pinkerman, Debbie 133 Pinkerton, Sharon 43, 53, 58, 68, 74, 76, 133 Pinnell, Beverly 52, 133 Pompa, Diane 133 Porter, Rick 72, 74, 76, 133 Power, Lisa Prater, Ron Price, Linda Priest, Kirt 52, 77, 133 133 133 133 Prince, Diana 24, 53, 68, 71, 73, 133 Pritchard, Deborah 133 Pullen, Cheryl 133 Pyle, Philip 28, 67, 68, 69, 75, 133 Quinton, Susan 133 Radcliff, Steve 32, 72, 133 Ray, Maureen 24, 43, 58, 61, 68, 75, 76, 133 Reedy, Eddie 71, 133 Reel, Mike 133 Reynolds, Steve 133 Richards, Rhonda 66, 68 Richwine, Bob 28, 58, 60, 69, 75, 77, 133 Riddle, Betty 72, 133 Roark, Perry 133 Roberts, Dave 133 Roberts, Don 133 Roeder, Vickie 24 Rohe, John 59, 60, 63, 133 Rosmarian, Denise 24, 133 Middlebrooks, Ronald 132 Muon Cmdy 132 Miller, Eddie 29, 132 Miller, Harold 132 Miller, Jim 132 Miller, Joyce 132 Miller, Judy 132 Miller, Lucie 74, 132 Miller, Olen 54 Milligan, James 58, 72, 132 Mitchell, Toy 133 Moore, Morla n, Alfred 132 Lois 52,72,133 Kaurich, Debbie 51, 52, 53, 641, 66, 68, 69, 131 ummm m Kerwood, Tim 131 Kibbey, Donna 58, 66, 73, 131 Kidwell, Bonnie 131 Kilmer, Nico 69, 131 Kirk, Phyllis 131 Kirkland, Theodore 131 Kirkpatrick, Lonna 62, 65, 131 Kline, Rita 61, 131 Knight, Amy 52, 131 Knox, Lou Ann 66, 132 Koslofsky, Jolene 132 Kowalsky, Steven 71, 132 Kruse, Chris 24, 47, 61, 62, 64, 6 Kuntz, Jeff 29, 38, 58, 59, 132 Kamshiu, Kwan 55, 132 La Grow, Debbie 74, 132 Laycock, Edward 132 Lease, Bob 132 Lemley, Danny 132 Lanier, Jacqueline 132 Lephart, Deborah 61, 132 Lester, Roscoe 132 Lewis, Charles 132 Link, Donna 63, 77, 132 Link, Michael 132 Lockett, Aaron 132 I56 6, 74, 132 Morris, Donald 133 Mudd, Kenneth 72, 133 Mullins, Bobbie 24, 62, 64, 68, Muncy, Delton 133 Munk, Sally 133 Murphy, Sharon 68, 72, 133 Myers, Joe 133 Nelson, Sue 133 Nicholas, Mickey 133 Nichols, Roxie 133 Noble, Dan 60, 75, 133 O'Donnell, Joyce 133 Oehler, Jill 24, 61, 62, 64, 73, 133 74, 133 Olexa, Mike 133 Ord, Rosemary 132, 133 Ovitt, Virginia 53, 68, 133 Packard, Margaret 51, 66 Pancake, Beverly 73, 133 Pappas, Thomas 77, 133 Parker, Diana 53, 133 Parmele, Debra 133 Parrott, Henry 35, 133 Parsley, Gary 133 Parsley, John 32, 59, 60, 133 Patrick, Paxton, Pay ne, Pelino, Pence, Peters, Sharon 133 Mike 28, 35, 51, 69, 133 James 133 Rino 35, 77, 133 Les 133 Cathy 77, 133 Peterson, Ken 28, 71, 133 Phillips, Sandra 133 Ross, Penny 73, 133 Salisbury, Gary 133 Sanders, Debbie 133 Sark, Sandra 133 Satchachai, Chalrai 133 Savage, Randy 28, 133 Scales, LaFayette 29, 59, 60, 63, 133 Scadden, Gail 60, 61, 66, 133 Scarberry, Marilyn 53, 66, 133 Scott, Kenny 35, 65, 133 Sells, Vivien 60, 61, 68, 133 Severance, Bill 58, 60, 63, 133 Sexton, Don 133 Shannon, Patty 134 Shrewsberry, Debra 134 Simpson, Barb 58, 61, 68, 75, 76, 134 Sims, Diana 134 Slade, Fred 134 Slonaker, Bonnie 53, 73, 77, 134 Smelker, Jim 28, 35, 62, 134 Smith, Linda 134 Snow, Rick 134 Sparkman, Lloyd 134 Spaulding, Charles 74, 134 Spears, Ken 55, 134 Sperling, Terry 134 Spillers, Tammy 73, 77, 134 Sresthputr, Dhane 134 Starrett, Mary Ellen 24, 46, 59, 68, 76, 134 Steele, Mark 134 Stephenson, Bruce 29, 134 Stephenson, Jim 134 Stevens, Dave 134 Sterling, Jim 134 Stewart, John 59, 60, 134 Stillwell, Mark 134 Stokes, Tim 134 Story, Sue 24, 51, 53, 66, 68, 76, 134 Sutphin, Monita 68, 134 Thacker, Becky 24, 45, 73, 76, 134 Thickstun, Karen 61, 68, 77, 134 Thomas, Linda 73, 77, 134 Thompson, Cathy 68, 134 Triplett, Joyce 134 Tuggle, Sharon 73, 134 Turnbull, Cathy 24, 52, 66, 76, 134 Turnbull, Christie 24, 43, 51, 53, 58, 61, 66, 68 NJN Tuthill, Tina 134 Vance, Paul 18, 58, 59, 60, 67, 134 Van Horne, Pam 134 Vaughn, Mike 134 wade, sue 51, 53, 66, ee, 69, 75, 76, 134 Wagener, John 134 Walker, Ruth 74, 134 Waller, Bill 134 Wamsley, Jim 61, 63, 64, 134 Ward, Keith 71, 134 Warner, Mark 134 Watson, Debbie 61, 66, 134 Wayt, Chris 134 Weakley, Paul 134 Wears, Mike 55, 134 Weaver, Charlotte 134 Webb, Eileen 134 Weber, Sue 134 Wellman, Judy 73, 74, 76, 134 Weisheimer, Gayla 68, 75, 134 Wenger, Chris 77, 134 Wenger, Wesley 134 Wharton, Clarise 134 White, James 55, 72, 134 Wiles, Monica 52, 72, 134 Wilson, Jane 52, 54, 58, 59, 61, 134 Wilson, Mike 134 Wilson, Peggy 134 Windesheim, Jill 52, 71, 134 Wolery, Linda 75, 134 Yates, Denise 77, 134 Young,'Cindy 61, 134 Young, Marsha 72 Young, Peggy 51, 134 Zimmerman, John 32, 51, 75, 77, 134 SOPHOMORES Abney, Robert 63, 135 Abney, Roberta 63, 64, 135 Adkins, Bernard 135 Albanese, Mike 135 Aleshire, Beverly 61, 135 Aliff, Lowell 135 Allen, Richard 135 Alloway, Rheda 135 Altemus, Debbie 135 Anderson, Charlotte 135 Anelick, Gayle 135 Anelick, Vicki 135 Angel, Joseph 135 Anthony, David 135 Auborn, Dan 135 Ault, Edith 135 Bachtel, Joseph 135 Bailey, Sharon 53, 135 Baird, Sandy 135 Ballantyne, Bill 135 Barber, Tom 59, 62, 135 Barhart, Paul 135 Barnes, Sharon 60, 61, 66, 68, 135 Barrows, Carol 54, 135 Basich, Marlene 53, 135 Beach, Barbara 61, 135 Beall, Allen 135 Beasley, Benny 135 Beeler, Nicholas 135 Berry, Ramona 52, 61, 66, 68, 135 Billingsley, Dan 135 Birchum, Kirk 135 Bishop, Jack 135 Bivens, Sharon 24, 45, 135 Black, Don 135 Blake, Jim 55, 135 Blake, Joathon 135 Blesedell, Frank 135 Bolden, Celestine 54, 135 Borden, Pamela 135 Bordner, Jeanne 59, 60, 62, 64, 135 Borror, Neal 135 Bowen, Edward 135 Boyd, Rick 135 Brandelburg, Johnnie 135 Branham, Jack 135 Breedlove, Mark 135 Bridges, Curtis 28, 135 Brofford, Kathy 135 Brookhart, Christel 135 Brooks, Mark 67, 135 Brown, John 135 Brown, Veda 135 Brown, Veda J. 135 Browning, Donnetta 135 Bryant, John 35, 60, 135 Bryant, Terry 135 Bucklew, Jenny 60, 61, 64, 66, 68, 135 Bucknor, Bill 135 Burmeson, Ken 136 Burchinal, Charles 28, 35, 51, 58, Burnhumer, James 58, 136 Burns, Pamela 136 Burton, Steven 136 Butcher, Lona 136 Butler, Thomas 136 64, 65, 67 Derlinger, Patty 137 Dibble, Joanne 24, 56, 60, 61, 66, 68 Dixon, Jim 137 Doddato, Carmine 32, I37 Donley, Belinda 66, 137 Dorcy, Stephanie 137 Dunaway, Paula 137 Dunleavy, Dan 28, 67, 137 Dunn, James 28, 137 Dunn, John 137 Durham, Sheila 58, 64, 65, 66, 137 Duty, Charles 69, 137 Early, Cassandra 54, 137 Early, Stephen 137 Edwards, Beth 137 Ehlers, Kay 61, 66, 69, 74, 137 Ellison, David 137 Ellwanger, Debbie 137 Ensminger, Charles 65, 137 Ermatinger, Ilona 24, 51, 58, 68, 137 Evans, Don 67, 137 Farra, John 137 Faulkner, Mike 28, 29, 35, 51, 137 Butts, Terry 136 Buzzelli, John 136 Buzzelli, Rick 136 Byers, Becky 24, 45, 135 Byers, Janice 52, 61, 66, 68, 136 Calhoun, Dave 136 Campbell, Chris 55, 88 Cantebury, Charles 136 Cardiff, Mary Jo 61, 136 Carmack, Ken 136 Carney, Brian 136 Carrier, Christy 54, 136 Carrs, Shirley 136 Carson, Dale 136 Carter, Claudette 68, 136 Caulkins, Christine 136 Chaffin, Roy 136 Charles, Otto 28, 63 Cheek, Larry 136 Chestnut, Don 136 Chevrier, Sally 61, 136 Churches, Laura 136 Claar, James 136 Clarks, Jim 63, 136 Clemmons, Ivan 55, 136 Cockerill, Debbie 136 Coffey, Jim 28, 136 Coffman, Danny 136 Coffman, Donna 136 Coffman, Regina 136 Cole, Jan 136 Ferguson, Jennifer 137 Figley, Richard 137 Fisher, Joan 24, 127 Fisher, David 137 Fluty, Irene 137 Fowler, Angela 24, 68, 137 Fowler, Randy 137 Fox, Glenn 28, 35, 137 Fraley, Lovina 66, 73, 137 Frayier, Stanley 137 Frazer, Darrell 65, 137 Freeman, Julie 24, 52, 66, 68, 137 Fruth, Cynthia 137 Funk, Karen 137 Gallagher, Theresa 137 Gallagher, John 137 Gammon, David 137 Gammon, Sheila 77, 137 Gardener, Diane 24, 45, 52, 66, 137 Gardener, James 55, 137 Gardener, James 55, 137 Gardener, Gail 137 Gardiner, John 137 Garrick, Joyce 130 Gerstner, Mike 35, 137 Ghent, Lynn 60, 61, 77, 137 Gibson, Alan 137 Gilkerson, Steve 137 Godly, Sue 52, 73, 137 Goen, Scott 137 Goodwin, Beth 137 Collins, John '136 Combs, Donald 136 Conkle, Doug 136 Conkle, Greg 136 Conley, Kellis 69,136 Cook, Carlos 136 Cooper, Dana 136 Cooper, Jim 55, 65 Corson, Olivia 24, 52, 61, 66, 68, 136 Crabtree, Mike 136 Crabtree, Robina 136 Creachbaum, John 136 Crakos, Twoana 136 Crooks, Clifford 137 Cropper, Carl 67, 137 Crow, Wayne 71, 137 Cunningham, William 137 Daniels, Lisa 61, 62, 65, 137 Danielson, Larry 137 Davis, Blake 51, 69, 137 Davis, Luann 137 Davy, Jerry 137 Dean, Robert 137 DeAndero, John 137 Delph, Kionna 66, 137 Gotlard, John 137 Green, Patricia 54, 68, 73, 137 Gregarius, Kay 137 Grice, Vicki 52, 66, 137 Griffith, Ken 137 Griffith, Peggy 137 Gwynn, Garth 28, 138 Hagenbush, Valerie 138 Haines, Andrea 51, 56, 66, 73, 138 Haines, Linda 138 Hairston, Karl 138 Hale, Jeanne 138 Haley, Paul 138 Hampton, Sheila 138 Hacock, Charlie 138 Hanes, Jack 67, 138 Hanes, Dick 28, 67, 138 Harkins, Jeri 66, 68, 138 Hasbrook, Nancy 51, 66, 138 Hashman, Judy 138 Hast, Rick 35, 64, 65, 138 Havens, Steve 28, 138 Hazelrigg, Karen 51, 52, 53, 61, 66, 68 138 Hebb, David 138 Hecker, Victoria 138 Hedges, Rick 55, 138 Hendrix, Ricky 138 Henson, Bill 61, 63, 65, 138 Herbert, Bill 28, 59, 67, 69, 138 Hevell, Steve 138 Hiatt, Nancy 138 Hickman, John 62, 65, 138 Hill, Sherwood 23, 29, 54, 138 Hill, Todd 138 Hinkle, Frank 138 Hinson, Catherine 23, 58, 61, 64, Hixson, James 55, 138 Hogston, Rebecca 138 Holdren, Forrest 138 Holton, Belinda 138 Hook, Steve 138 Hooner, Chuck 138 Hope, Henry 32, 54, 138 Hopkins, Marshall 55, 138 Hopper, Dale 138 Hornack, Carol 66, 68, 138 Houchard, Diane 138 Huffman, Marilyn 61, 64, 65, 138 Hull, Earl 54, 138 Hunt, Betty 138 Hunter, Marlene 52, 138 Hurt, Rita 138 Huston, Mary 138 lngram, Glenda 138 lnnis, Chris 53, 138 Irvin, Nedra 65, 66, 138 Issac, Paul 138 Jackson, Debbie 56, 138 Jarvis, Jeanette 61, 64, 65, 74, 138 Johns, Fred 138 Johnson, Kathy 138 Johnson, Leota 138 Johnston, Bobbie 45, 61, 74 Johnston, Barbara 51, 68 Johnston, Patsy 64, 65, 138 Jones, Charles 138 Jones, Doug 138 Jones, David 63, 138 Jones, Janet 24, 54, 61, 68, 69, 1 Jones, Tom 65, 138 Kerr, Juanita 73, 138 Kidwell, Deanna 138 Kindall, Vickie 138 King, Dennis 67, 138 King, Philip isa King, Nelson 138 Klinedinst, Timothy 138 Knighton, Gary 138 Koehler, Louann 139 Koslofsky, Jocelyn 141 La Grew, Bob 141 Lare, Gene 69, 139 Larson, Dennis 40, 139 Laura, Kathy 73, 139 Lawson, Rodney 28, 40, 134 Ledhetter, Mike 139 Lee, Ken 139 Lee, Pam 139 Lephart, Edwin 139 Lewis, Barb 139 Lewis, Sue 139 Liebhart, Jeff 139 Liebhart, Rickie 139 Lindsey, Millie 139 Livingston, Vicky 139 Lloyd, Debbie 61, 139 Lohman, Cynthia 139 Lombardi, Cathy 139 Long, Betsy 66, 139 Loper, Linda 139 Lovely, James 55, 60, 139 Lowder, Rick 139 158 65, 138 38 Lowe, Jim 35, 139 Lower, Judy 71 Loy, Don 139 Lynch, Rick 35, 59, 67, 139 Lynn, Gerald 23, 139 Lyons, Megan 66, 139 Mayberry, Tim 139 Maddus, John 139 Mancini, Nancy 68, 71, 139 Marcum, Linda 24, 45, 52, 53, 61, 68, 74, 139 Marlow, Jane 139 Marlow, Marrow, Eugene 74,139 Dale 139 Martin, Ken 139 Masten, Sandy 139 Mattingly, Linda 139 McCafferty, Francis 139 McClary, Melody 68, 139 McCluer, Bob 139 McCormic, Barb 139 McDaniel, Gary 139 McDowell, Miles 139 McGee, Peggy 140 McGlaughlin, Cathy 140 McKenzie, Debbie 140 McKinney, Debbie 140 McNamara, Amber 140 McMillian, John 140 Metzger, Paul 69, 140 Middaugh, Cheryl 61, 62, 75, 140 Middlebrooks, Alexa 24, 45, 140 Miller, James 132, 410 Miller, Nancy 53, 62, 68, 74, 140 Mitschu, Margaret 23, 64, 69, 74, 140 Moghim, vida 140 Moheimandi, Assad 51, 69, 74, 140 Mollett, Georgia 140 Montgomery, Wendy 60, 61, 68, 77, 140 Moody, Vance 140 Moody, Victor 28, 40, 55, 140 Moore, Cheryl 59, 61, 77, 140 Moore, Julie 61, 72, 140 Moore, Theresa 24, 60, 61, 140 Moreland, Sandra 140 Morris, Don 54, 140 Morris, Sue 73, 140 Morrison, Karen 68, 140 Moseley, Steve 140 Motter, Debbie 140 Mullins, Bobbie 140 Murdock, Beth 66, 140 Murphy, Bob 140 Murphy, Sue 140 Musgrave, Ron 140 Myers, Dan 28, 35, 140 Myers, Diana 53, 66, 140 Neidig, Toni 24, 60, 61, 62, 66, 68, 140 Nichols, Dave 28, 67, 140 Nicholson, Lorna 140 Nicol, Dave 28 Niles, Janet 61, 62, 68, 140 Noble, Linda 73, 141 Norman, Judy 73, 141 Nybell, Joan 24, 47, 53, 58, 60, 61, 68, 141 O'Kee'fe, Barb 75, 141 O'Keefe, Jim 141 Olah, Mike 141 Oleson, Robin 64, 141 Oppenheimer, Thelma 24, 141 Paige, Shirley 141 Palmer, John 141 Parker, Roy 141 Parks, Paul 61, 141 Patterson, Bonnie 141 Pentz, Mike 67, 141 Perry, Ronda 141 Pettinski, Dave 141 Phaneuf, Jay 75, 141 Pheister, Richard 141 Piccenti, Donna 141 Pierce, James 141 Pierce, Sue 61, 68, 141 Pigler, Yvonne 66, 68, 73, 141 Pinkerman, Donni 141 Poe, Doug 141 Poe, Mary Ann 141 Pompa, Joe 141 Porter, Denise 46, 73, 141 Potter, Tonya 52, 61, 68, 141 Poulson, Mark 29, 141 Power, Greg 60, 141 Preece, Barry 141 Purcell, Evette 52, 141 Pusac, Sue 62, 141 Quaintance, Don 67, 141 Ragland, Denise 60, 61, 62, 141 Reaper, Reggie 141 Reese, Ronald 141 Renshaw, Sharon 141 Rice, Becky 71, 141 Richeson, Linda 141 Ricketts, Cecilia 73, 141 Riffle, Ramana 141 Rigrish, George 35, 141 Rimmer, Anita 141 Ring, Jamie 141 Roberts, James 61, 63, 1,41 Robinette, Don 141 Robinette, Keith 141 Rodock, Randy 63, 65, 141 Roeder, Dale 55, 74, 141 Rolfe, Steve 64, 141 Rose, Reba 53, 141 Rossi, Sandy 53, 141 Rowland, Carolyn 141 Rupert, Debbie 61, 74, 141 Rusk, Charlyn 141 Russell, Cindi 61, 68, 74, 141 Saft, Sandy 75, 141 Saslaw, Lou 40, 58, 60, 69, 141 Sbrochi, Mark 63, 141 Scaggs, Billie Jo 51, 61, 74, 141 Scanlon, Steve 74, 141 Scholey, David 141 Sears, Joe 67, 141 Seelenbinder, Mark 61, 67, 68, 141 Sewell, Rick 141 Sexton, Fanny 141 Seymour, Scot 141 Shaffer, Dave 141 Sheppard, Tom 35, 69, 75, 141 Shivers, Carol 51, 142 Shook, Bill 51, 69, 75, 142 Shover, Rick 142 Shropshire, Arlene 24, 142 Sicillian, Sam 142 Sidders, James 142 Siders, Paul 142 Slonaker, Debbie 63, 142 Smith, Daniel 142 Smith, Eric 60, 142 Smith, Jilda 68, 142 Smith, Mary 142 Smith, Pamela 142 Smith, Susan 142 Snouffer, Jerry 142 Snow, Tom 142 Snyder, Tom 142 Sowards, Chris 24, 77, 142 Sowell, Phil 142 Sparkman, Eva 75, 142 Sparks, Dean 59, 60, 142 Speaks, Ronnie 63, 142 Spencer, Bob 142 Springer, Celeste 73, 142 Staley, Barbara 68, 142 Staley, Ron 142 Staley, Winfield 142 Stanley, Karen 61, 68, 75, 142 Steakly, Rhonda 59, 60, 142 Steger, Leo 63, 142 Stephenson, Cheryl 54, 61, 142 Stevens, Walter 142 Stewart, Elizabeth 18, 60, 61, 142 Stewart, Linda 77, 142 Stiles, Martin 72, 142 Stone, Julie 60, 61, 62, 64, 75, 142 Strosberg, Sue 142 Strickland, Freda 142 Stumbo, Sarah 52, 142 Sturgill, Richard 142 Svanks, Rita 64 Swanson, Lygia 24, 53, 58, 59, 61, Tackett, Rhonda 142 Tanner, Bill 142 Taylor, Dennis 142 Taylor, Joyce 142 Taylor, Mark 142 Terry, Rick 60, 142 Thacker, Pam 143 Thomas, Bradley 63, 143 Thomas, John 28, 35, 143 Thompson, Bill 35, 60, 65, 69, 143 Thompson, David 143 Thompson, Ralph 143 Tremain, Buddy 51, 60, 67, 143 66, 68, 142 Trinter, David 40, 60, 67, 143 Trittipo, Jerry 143 Trittipo, Vickie 73, 143 Troup, Doug 59, 60, 63, 65, 143 Tucker, Pamela 53, 143 Turner, David 143 Turner, Marlene 61, 143 Usselman, Mark 143 Valentine, Carol 143 Van Gundy, Cindy 74 Van Voorhis, Denise 61, 143 Van Voorhis, Gretchen 143 Vertikoff, George 67, 143 Vest, Linda 68, 143 Wagner, Steffi 60, 61, 62, 66, 75, 143 Walker, Bill 143 Walker, Pat 60, 61, 62, 64, 143 Wall, Helen 62, 75, 143 Wallace, Willis 143 Waller, Carol 143 Walton, Frank 35, 143 Ward, Dave 32, 51, 69, 143 Wasson, Nancy 60, 61, 66, 68, 143 Watson, Connie 66, 143 Watson, Deanna 66, 68, 143 Warts, Vernon 143 Waymire, Mary 143 Wells, Carol 143 Wells, Mark 143 Wendel, Gloria 61, 66, 71, 143 Weppler, Carmela 75, 143 Wetterstroem, June 52, 62, 75, 143 Wetzel, Kevin 143 Wheat, Kay 60, 61, 62, 143 White, Debbie 143 White, Lorianne 143 Wiant, Dave 40, 59, 60, 143 Wilcox, James 63, 143 Williams, Janet 143 Williams, Judy 143 Williams, Pam 54, 143 Wills, Ben 69, 143 Wilson, Rhonda 143 Wise, Treva 143 Withem, Peggy 143 Woehrle, Tom 143 Wohlgemuth, Donna 143 Wolfe, Cheryl 143 Woods, Mark 143 Workman, James 143 Workman, Randy 143 Wynn, James 143 Wynn, Roni 24, 25 Young, Lynette 143 Zimmerman, David 28, 143 Zimmerman, Donna 143 This Memory Book involved many hours into the night, working to meet our tour deadlines. lt is the combined efforts and work of many peo- ple, Their time and energy, the staft's willingness to work, Mr. Groom and the Union Studios, Mr. 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