North Side High School - Legend Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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Gc 977.202 F77no I960 North Side High School (Fort Wayne-. Imd. ) Legend While pausing to gaze at the main entrance, two North Siders recall their Domeland ex- periences. THE Presented by the Class of 1960 North Side High School Fort Wayne, Indiana Memories from this year will always echo from the halls and classrooms of our Alma Mater. The enthusiastic school spirit thrilled us at all athletic and social events. We still found ourselves rushing through crowded halls to get to classes, and to finish meals during the divided lunch periods. Making new friends, and preserving timeworn traditions all helped to unfild these . . . 1 foments Jo 1118864 i ewiewiu Aft «fc Brawn TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening section 1 Academics 20 Faculty 36 Classes - - 46 Activities . 96 Sports 128 Index 154 3 Moments to Remember Fill Returning to school always strikes excitement in most Redskins ' hearts. We anticipate countless fun-filled moments of study, making friends, and associ- ating with old friends. Studying, the most important aspect, reguires most of our time. On the other hand, we will always remember the friendly talks be- fore, between, and after classes; the guiet and restful times spent under the shade of our favorite tree; or the peace- ful noon hours spent along the Saint Joseph River. We remember the hours of snowy winter gaiety and the sharp wind frost biting our faces as we rush into our warm class rooms. All of us have those special moments which we remember. The game we won when all was lost, the whirling dancers at a Christmas formal, or the all night cramming for a guiz; all these make up our moments to remember. % Gaily exercising his privileges as a senior. Bill Cunningham walks through the Senior Door on the first day of school, as several underclassmen bow at his feet. Confusion prevails as these Redskins, upon returning to school in the kill, try to find their home room numbers. Opening Day As Students Reunite ffi«iit«s mii f Often groups such as this one are seen congregating beside Johnny ' s during the lunch hour. It is typical to see Redskins gathering at the information desk before school to chat about last night ' s homework. Painting cars to give extra encouragement to the team during sectional time is an old custom at North. These enthusiastic Redskins. Joe Long, Jim Davison, Ron Crick, Vernell Gehron, Bonnie Dolnick, and Gordon Tennel, are donating their talent. We Maintain Customs and Traditions Upon leaving by the Senior Door last spring, juniors were initiated into the senior world. The usual " welcoming " of frosh took place as they learned how much time it takes to run around the school or to polish a senior ' s car to gleaming perfection. " Get Acquainted Day. " sponsored by Stu dent Council, provided a chance for the freshmen to meet their new classmates. Perhaps the most coveted tradition at North is that of seniors leaving assemblies and pep sessions first. The usual election slogans and badges bearing such witty sayings as " vote right with Wight " opened the hectic class politicking. Seniors prepare for themselves a royal entrance into the Dome on the first day of school this fall. They rolled down a red carpet from the traditional Senior Door and had under- classmen bow at their feet as part of their initiation. Taking time from his busy schedule, Dick Schlatter votes for his favorite class office candidates. An over abundant amount of snow seems to have this Redskin parked in for the day. Due to the increased number of persons driving, the parking problem has become more acute. The car in the background is evidently hunting for a safer spot. Crowded Conditions Still Prevail With Portraying Abraham Lin- coln at the Thanksgiving Assembly. Tom Crull reads the blessing. A group oi character sketches oi Lin- coln ' s life were used. Since 1959 was Lincoln Year, this was very appropriate. Students wait hungrily in the long cafeteria line before they can be served. To solve this overcrowded problem, identical lines were formed which provided the students with more efficient service. By dividing each separate lunch period into two halves, students can use the free half to study or relax. Fewer Frosh Although the new junior high schools relieved North Side of many freshman, crowed conditions still existed this year. The cafeteria remained scheduled upon the divided lunch periods of last year. The double assemblies didn ' t hinder having good programs. We heard an excellent talk by Mr. Don Lonie; Rubin- off was on hand to play his violin; and students of Mr. Fleck ' s U. S. history class presented an inspiring Thanksgiving program based upon " Abe " Lincoln ' s life. Because of good Redskin cooper- ation and courtesy, the crowded stair- ways and halls also became no prob- lem. In all everyone accepted the con- ditions well, and no problems arose. Amid the crowded halls at North, Stevie Richards and Denny Stewart manage io find a moment of some privacy. While helping her sister. Judy, study for a French test. Sherry Moore tells her how to conjugate a difficult verb. While discussing it on the phone. Ellen Schaper and a fellow algebra 3 student find the answer to an assigned problem. Redskins Have Varied Study Habits Redskins study earnestly to learn more about the world in which they live. Lamp lights burn late while Dome- landers follow Odysseus ' s travels and cram for final exams. It is not uncommon to see pupils polishing off that last math problem while frantically hurrying to class. Most Redskins are assigned a seat in the study hall or cafeteria where they may study during the school day. North is fortunate in having a library where pupils may go to do research work. During the warmer months, many North Siders finish their homework over a coke at Johnny ' s or under the shade of a tree along the bank of the St. Joe. This year an honor study hall was in- itiated in which selected upperclass- men were given the privilege of study- ing in the cafeteria without faculty supervision. Instead of going to study hall, many students seek the quiet atmosphere of the library in which to study. Whether leisurely 10 While hurrying to civics class, Tom Hawk frantically searches for the answer to the assigned question, " What is the function of the Federal Trade Commission? " By testing the hearing of sophomore students, Mr. Buschor detects any auditory problem which the student may have, ihus enabling the faculty to know of study and classroom handicaps. reading a book or doing more serious studying, the library provides an adequate supply of reading material. Pictured above is one of the coolest beatnik flings which was held at Pat Mullin ' s pad. Roy Strohl and Whit Sidener with bongoes and flute add to the atmosphere set by Jerry Warsaw ' s poetry readings. Redskins Keep Up To Date On Latest Fads Boots, loafers, oxfords, and the all favorite tennis shoes, are displayed by these fashionable Redskins. The drawstring iype boot and deser t boot proved to be the height of fashion. Throughout the year at " Domeland, " new fads were started and old ones preserved. Slumber parties remained popular, and the beatnik parties be- came the craze. Redskins enjoyed eat- ing pizza and attending open houses. Pleated skirts and bolero jackets top- ped the list of fall fashions for the gals, where as slit neck sweaters and con- tinental slacks rated high with the fellas. Gaily colored wool socks and pointed toed desert boots walked along- side the oh so comfortable tennis shoes. With the coming of winter, Redskins buttoned up in trench coats and pulled on danskins to keep warm in the cold weather. As warmer weather arrived, spring fever struck again in Redskin hearts, and couples revived the custom of exchanging rings, signifying going steady. 12 Displaying their fashionable clothing are, seated: Judy Gordon. Roberta Guingrich. Sarah Dixon and Para Barnum. Standing: Nancy Gallmeier, Paul Raver, Bob McGregor. Jim O ' Brien, and Donna Hagadorn. 13 " To give is better than to receive " is the motto practiced bv Pat Bruck, Barbara Borton, Karen Brabender. Jean Bowman, and Pat Boner, as they wrap Christmas gifts for needy families. School Spirit 14 Demonstrating typical Red- skin spirit at a home basket- ball game, these ians cheer a player after making that all important basket. Contributes Thrilling Moments to Remember School spirit this year was at an all time peak due mainly to Redskins work- ing and planning together, and using their leisure time well. Class sponsored activities were a big success, and ath- letic teams received good student sup- port. Redskins sat through rain and freezing weather to cheer the football sguad, and hundreds turned out for the successful basketball season. A strong feeling of unity dominated us every time we cheered " We ' re from North Side and couldn ' t be prouder. " The project at Christmas of giving to the needy strengthened our ties, and hearts were warmed at this assembly. Stepping to the beat of a drum at the pre-sectional pep session. Redskin gals shake the pompoms of North ' s op- ponents and throw them into the fire, symbolizing North ' s victory. 15 Domeland Activities While spinning the disks at an after-game dance. Larry Schubert satisfies both rock ' n ' rollers and slow dancers. Turkey Trot, the Student Council ' s after school dance, was typical of the club-sponsored after school and game events. While decorating for Phy-Chem ' s after game dance. Tom Hayhurst hangs an atom from a crepe paper streamer. A special feature at this Thanksgiving record hop included the giving away of two turkeys. iT jpyFY TF § vimi VWl ' 4 Are Enjoyed By All At North students are offered a wide variety of activities each week-end. The attendance of many of our friends and fellow Redskins make these school sponsored events exceptionally enjoy- able. The most common among these activities are the after game and after school dances. The music department presents many concerts throughout the year, and the dramatics department gives several plays; this year we viewed the senior play, " The Matchmaker, " Varsity Var- ieties, and the one act plays. The Rip- plettes ' water show, " The Four Winds " highlighted our spring entertainment. The attractive ushers make attending plays and conc erts more enjoyable. Above one of the pretty misses escorts a couple to good seats and presents them a program. After games and other activities couples find making pizza very enjoyable. Hungrily awaiting their share are Jill Gerding, Pat Ormiston. Judy Smith, and John Fuller, while Cherry Crandall and Martin Walter do the carving. 17 Varsity Varieties Reveals Execellent Talent Beatniks and ghouls along with the Woodland Guild Players highlighted the annual variety show, Varsity Varie- ties, produced and directed by Mr. James Purkhiser and Mr. C. William Hatt. A Beatnik pad party served as a good background for guitarist, Bill Dau; accordionist, Ken Studebaker; and dancers and singers Karen Bobay, Eve Meyer, Norma Pieper, Linda High, Susan Paulson, Deanna Marguart, Nancy Sargent, Diane Scheele, Marilyn Hicks, Linda Ruch, Lucy Feichter, and Gay Fisher. The Vampire ' s Birthday Party, featuring Pat Mullins as Vampire, also set the stage for various singers and dancers. Ainsworth Chumberly of Tele- vision station WPTA was the guest per- former. All in this setting wore ghostly outfits offset by weird lighting. The Woodland Guild Players; Mrs. Wehren- berg, Mr. Fleck, Mr. Anthis, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pugh, Mr. Zimmerman, Mr. Mc- Clead, Mr. Franzman, Mrs. Houts, Mrs. Gause, Mrs. Pennington, Mrs. Light, and Miss Fleming performed a hilarious melodrama interrupted continuously by crazy songs, dances, and faculty antics. Jim Ellenwood served as Master of Ceremonies of the show. His fast jokes, adlibbing, and humorous declamation kept everyone interested. Jim ' s biggest part was in the finale when he sang " Misty, " Johnny Mathis style. The beatnik atmosphere sets a perfect background for Karen Bo bay ' s fast and shimmering jazz dance spectical. 18 Vampire, Pat Mullins, looks on while Mr. James Purkhiser, director, helps one of the devil dancers with his routine. A novelty dance routine to the tune of " Whatcha Gonna Do? " is performed by Norma Pieper, Linda High, and Susan Paulson. The Jim-Dandy Ballad Singers. Tom Popp and Stanley Howe, do a record pantomime — impresonation of Homer and Jethroe. 19 A PROFITABLE i r foments to l emembi 20 YEAR OF EDUCATION ACADEMIC 21 Students Strive to Improve Their Language During their English instruction, stu- dents become familiar with well known literature, correct grammar, and correct spelling, all stressed during the first three years and good composition, empha- sized in English eight. During freshman English, many stu- dents follow Odysseus ' s travels; and, with the study of Julius Caesar, sopho- mores are introduced to the works of William Shakespeare. During their jun- ior year, English students are escorted through a history of the English lan- guage; while in their senior year, Red- skins study poetry, plays, and essays. " Furnished is a transitive verb, " recites Maria Lantz during her English 3 class. Diagraming sentences such as these aids students in learning grammar and parts of speech. With the use of reading accelerators. Diane Regedanz and Dave Herbert improve their reading skill. 22 Sally Neidhardt, Connie Oslerholt. and Dan Schellenbach, display this device as Miss Miller show the point of interception. New Math Program Proves Successful Mathematics assumes an ever increas- ing role at North Side. This year one of every nine students is enrolled in an advanced mathematics course. To ac- commodate this increasing desire of higher math, this year the department offered a new course and altered an older one. In its initial semester topics in modern math, which is used as a freshman course in many colleges, is offered to students who have already completed eight semesters of math. Solid geometry is combined with some advanced alge- bra as the geometry itself does not merit a full semester of work. Conventional courses, algebra 1 and 2, geometry 1 and 2, trigonometry, and general math re- mained unchanged. After finding the answer to a quadratic equation, Tom Stoeck- ley, with the help of Mr. McNeely. checks his work by graphing the equation during his algebra 5 class. 23 Home Arts Build Skilled Workers The industrial arts program, under the supervision of Mr. Smuts, provides the student with a background for industry or for futhering his education in the tech- nical or engineering field. New pur- chases for the department this year in- clude an electric hand saw for the wood shop, and an electric arc welder for the metal IV classes. Putting in a zipper or baking a pie is typical of the work done in the home economics department. The students may develop other domestic skills in sewing, cooking, interior decorating, and home nursing classes. Often, nurses and mothers with babies visit classes to help the students in their study of home nurs- ing and baby care. Working on a project for wood 4 occupies the time ol Bill Daniels and Jerry Fox. Here they are sawing a piece of wood. Health and Safety Provide Better Living Snowy weather and hazardous driving conditions give the drivers ' training classes a chance to test their skill on the road. North offers Redskins an opportunity to take a variety of courses which deal with every day problems. Girl ' s and boy ' s health gives the student a good understanding of the basic health factors and develops in him good health habits for better living with himself and others. Family living attemps to help the stu- dent gain a perspective on life adjust- ment as a whole. This course includes the study of problems met and solved during, dating, marriage, and parent- hood. Drivers training enables the pupil to develop safe and careful driving habits. Included in this course are 6 hours of actual behind the wheel practice and 20 hours of class room work which is part of the health course. A chart of the lymph system aids Tom Duxbury in learning the parts of the human anatomy while Mr. Chambers instructs. Studying a budget balancing pamphlet with Miss Spiegel are Tom Lindenberg, Harriet Meek, Chuck Leonard, and Lana Swaim . 25 Scientific Age Arouses Students 9 Interests A squeamish stomach and the odor of formaldehyde are obstacles which must be overcome during the disection of a frog. Making the first incision during his biology 2 class is Stan Moore while James Fretz and Connie Homeyer observe. Adjusting the correct lens for his microscope, Tom Stoeckley prepares to study some algae slides for botany 2. North Side ' s science department en- ables the student to gain a basic under- standing for higher education and living in this scientific world. Physics, botany, physical geography, biology, and chemistry are the main sciences offered in North Side ' s curricu- lum, with an expansion this year into a college research class, chemistry 3. The semester ' s work in this class consists of a laboratory project by each student in the field of his interest. Biology classes are to be discontinued at North Side in the future, as the freshmen will be at- tending junior highs. During their chemistry 3 class, Nancy Gallmeier and Tom Hawk, with the assistance of Mr. Lewis, find the normality of an acid through the average of several titrations. 26 o mm r ■ 3 ' .;,.:■ k ; Attempting to balance their sheets for bookkeeping and accounting are these students in Mi. Traster ' s business class. Business Classes Mold Future Office Worker Those students wishing to take busi- ness may choose a general, clerical, Working hard with calculators during clerical practice class are Janet Bcckman. Nancy Shriver, and Barb Sampson. stenographical, or business academic course. During general business, pupils study introduction to business, bookkeeping, consumer education, business law, and business organization and management. The clerical business course leads to general office and business machine work, and includes one year of office practice. Those on the stenographic business course, which includes two years of shorthand and typing, are preparing for secretarial and office work. The business academic course in- cludes the academic subjects, bookkeep- ing, shorthand, typing, and any business elective the student wishes. This course enables the pupil to meet college re- guirements, and it gives him an office background. 28 Four semesters of speech are offered at North which any sophomore, junior or senior may elect. Speech I stresses all forms of oral communications and is de- signed to develop individual and group personalities. Speech 2 offers more ad- vanced forms of oral communication. Speech 3, the dramatics course, presents a general background of the history of the drama and theater and gives an over-all picture of the fields of music, dance, movies, radio, and television. Speech 4 is an advanced continuation of Speech 3. North offers a course in stagecraft which is designed to acguaint students with all phases of stage production. This class is in charge of operating the stage eguipment during assemblies and plays. Students in Mr. Lee ' s speech class seem to enjoy Randy Robert ' s extemporaneous poetry reading. Speech and Dramatics Build Character Learning self expression through drama are Janet Shown. Judy Neuls. and Karen Gater. Speech 3 is primarily plays and skits. 29 Social Studies Stress Study of Man By offering world history, United States history, civics, economics, and sociology, the social science department gives each student a chance to gain a basic knowl- edge of human relations. Citizenship is also included in this department, but since the freshman will be attending junior highs, this subject will be discon- tinued. Reports and discussions on such topics as Khrushchev ' s visit are conducted by juniors in most U. S. history classes. An understanding of the human being ' s thoughts and feelings is acguired by the seniors in sociology classes. With the use of a chart. Mr. Young shows his economics pupils the operation of a business cycle. Perched on his stool, Mr. Sinks strikes a traditional pose as he directs the pointer toward Carol Markwalter. His question, " Who were the blue men? " seems to amuse the class although it has Carol completely bewildered. 30 Reading magazines which are printed in Spanish fills the browsing time of Kim Wall. Nancy Gallmeier, Mike Stresser, and fane Colver during their Spanish 3 class. This is a practical application of their ability to read Spanish. We Learn to Appreciate Foreign Tongues In addition to instruction received in the English language, North Side stu- dents may elect classes in French, Latin, or Spanish. Students on the academic or business academic courses are re- guired to take two years of a foreign language. However, for those students who wish to pursue their study beyond the specified two years, advanced classes are offered. Besides making a detailed study of the language, each student learns some- thing about the customs and history of the French, Romans, or Spanish. In ad- vanced classes emphasis is placed on speaking with ease. Practice is obtained by daily conversations between the stu- dents and teachers. Bill Aiken points out the location of Rome to his fellow Latin 2 pupils, Roger Macy, and Anita Medsker. 31 Using scissors, paste, and paper, Carol Johnson and Howard Habig make mosaic tile designs by pasting small squares of gaily colored construction paper on a paper sheet. Art Courses Attract Creative Students Many students seek opportunities for creativity in the field of art. The art de- partment offers courses including draw- ing, painting, design, crafts, and letter- ing. In painting, for example, media such as water color, tempera, casein, and oils are used. Design offers the most chal- lenging course with emphasis on modern art. Lettering is a major reguirement in commercial art. Crafts is the most popu- lar course with ceramics receiving the greatest interest. Art appreciation is offered with the hope that those taking it will receive an understanding of art in everyday living. After shaping his vase on a potters wheel in art class. Doug Hosier is now enameling it before it is baked. 32 V The combined Girls ' Choir and Varsity Choir performed in the annual Christmas program put on by the music department. Under the direction of Miss Jeanette Rich, they sang " The Christmas Alphabet " at the North Side Auditorium. Music Department Draws Redskin Talent The music department offers students a means for self-expression. After one year in a chorus class, a student may join either Girl ' s Choir or Male Choir. Varsity Choir follows, and positions in A Cappella are filled upon audition. Within A Cappella are Triple Trio and Chansonettes, two ensemble groups giving additional concerts. Organ les- sons are also offered for those students interested. Included in the instrumental depart- ment are Orchestra, Varsity Band, and Concert Band. Varsity band gives stu- dents experience in ensemble playing; thus, when openings occur in Concert Band, Varsity Band members are pre- pared to fill them. After hours of individual and group practice. North Side ' s Concert band, under the direction of Mr. Hatt, presented its Christ- mas program. This is one of the highlights of the year as it is the finished product of much classroom work. if . •» - % Those on the first semester honor-roll 1959-1960 are: C. Adams, S. Adams, B. Allen, C. Amelung. M. A. Andreas, R. Arnold, D. Bair, B. L. Baldwin, S. Banks, P. Barnum, B. A. Barrett, D. Bash, T. Bashelier, D. Bates, J. Beck, M. D. Belfry, K. Bell, J. Benecke, B. Bendure, W. Benninghoff, T. Biggs, S. Blough, J. C. Brown, B. Brudi, E. Bryan. E. Bower, J. Boyd, J. Buckmaster, G. Buelow, W. Buesching, R. A. Buller- man, E. Busian, K. Busse, S. Caple, A. L. Carey, P. Clark, M. Comer, J. Cook. S. Cooper, D. Cornelius, B. Cross, J. Crull, T. Crull, R. Cummings, T. Dauplaise, G. DeLong, D. Dufey, S. Emrick, A. Espich, S. Esterline, S. Faulkner, C. Feustel, J. Finch, R. Findley. K. Foy, C. Fraze, P. Friend, I. Fulk, R. Gahman, R. Geist, J. Geiler, G. Georgi, L. Gilpin, P. Gilpin, N. Glenwith. M. Gordon, D. Gore, R. Graef. M. Grant, K. Griffis, J. Griffith. J. Gross. R. Guingrich, L. Gump. M. L. Haberly, H. Hallien, I. Hamilton, C. Harmeyer, S. Harier, S. Hartman, A. Hastings. J. Hatch, S. Hattery, K. Haughey, R. Havens. K. Hawk, T. Hawk, T. Hayhurst, M. Hegerfeld, S. Henry, K. Hetric, B. Hines, D. Hinshaw, J. Howard, I. A. Hubbard, N. Huff, A. T. Huth, S. Jacquay, C. A. Johnson. M. Johnson, S. A. Johnson, W. H. Johnston, R. Kabisch, L. Kaiser, W. Kahlenbeck, S. Kamer, J. Klein, J. Koontz, S. Korn, L. Kramer, R. Kruse, J. Lang. M. Laughlin, S. Laughlin. S. Lauterberg, S. Leamon. K. Lee, L. M. Lee, J. Leach, R. Madden, S. Maxwell, R. McArthur, G. McEwen, P. McMeekin, H. Meek, E. J. Meier, J. Merril, J. Metzler, E. Meyer, T. Mills, S. Moore, M. Moore, M. Nahrwald, S. Needham. N. Neidhardt, G. Nissenbaum, J. Nolan. J. Orcutt. M. Ormiston, P. Ormiston. S. Oswald. P. Parker, J. Parsons, P. Pence, J. Peters, K. Petty, S. Pickering. F. Pipino, J, L. Rabus, F. Redding, D. Regedanz, M. Rieter, J. Rhodes. J. Rice, S. Richards, J. Richart, J. Richhart, N. Rinehart, J. Roberts, J. Roberts. S. Roberts, E. Rolland, E. Roop, P. Roop, M. Roth, L. Ruch, E. Schaper, W. Schelm, S. Schultz, L. Scott, R. Scott, S. Sellet. C. Shearer, J. Shown, M. Slack, L. Smith, S. Smith, N. Snow, L. Snyder, A. Sosenheimer, A. Stellner, J. Stewart, J. Stodden, T. Stoeckley, E. Stone, T. Turner, D. Terry, D. Ullyot, R. Ungerer, J. VanEvery, S. VanEvery, D. L. Walker, N. Weaver, C. Wehrenberg, J. Wight, W. Williamson, S. Witmer, N. Woltz. A. Wood, S. Woods, D. Wyss, B. Ziemer, M. Zager, C. Zimmerman, S. Zollars. 34 Recognition day brings feelings of satisfaction for hours of hard work to those recognized while inspiring others. 1118864 Honor is Given to Those Deserving Redskins who have excelled in schol- arship are honored several times during the school year. Those who have main- tained a 90 or above average during the first or second semester are listed on the semester honor rolls. The four year honor roll is composed of seniors who have maintained a 90 or above average during their four years at North Side. An assembly is held in the spring during which the semester honor roll students are recognized, and the four year honor roll students are announced. A day is set aside at the end of each school year for recognizing those stu- dents who have done well in scholar- ship and school service. During the Recognition Day Assembly, usually held on Northrop Field, the events and ac- complishments of the year are reviewed. Those who are recognized for their fine work get a feeling of self-satisfaction, and those who are not recognized are inspired to do better work next year. This day is full of sentiment, for it brings to a close the Seniors ' four eventful years at the " Dome. " 35 m ' H ■ , WKaT 1 ■ - : W ■ IHHH His » sip FACULTY GUIDES iv foments to nCemembt 36 US THROUGH YEAR FACULTY 37 Robertson Keeps Days Running Smoothly Being principal of North Side entails a great deal of responsibility. Carry- ing this load is the job of Mr. O. Dale Robertson. Although his responsibilities have been somewhat lightened with the decrease in the number of freshman, he still is beseiged by a number of time- consuming activities. He may be seen at almost all school events from basket- ball games to Varsity Varieties. Despite all of his school duties he still manages to find time for outside activities. Read- ing is one of his favorite hobbies, along with golf. A member of Wayne Street Church, Mr. Robertson also teaches a Sunday school class. O. Dale Robertson Making the announce- ments every morning is one of Mr. Robertson ' s many tasks. 38 Parents and faculty hungrily eye the wide variety of foods and choose their favorite dishes at the P.T.A. — sponsored potluck. North Seeks Advice of Lindley and P.T.A. As Superintendent of the Fort Wayne Community Schools, Mr. Aaron T. Lind- ley is certainly a very industrious per- son. This year, along with his other everyday obligations, Mr. Lindley has had the tremendous task of adding Junior High Schools to our school system. North ' s P.T.A. has certainly fulfilled it ' s aim of creating better understanding between teachers and parents. Pro- jects for this year included: Freshman Mother ' s Tea, Back to School Night, a study group series, two dances, and the Senior Mother ' s Tea. Mr. Aaron T. Lindley, Superintendent of Fort Wayne Com- munity Schools, pauses for a moment during his busy schedule. 39 ■ If : p iyL 1 a Jk 1 ' ' , SB ' f 1 1 1 fl nHI L i Student Guidance " A friend in need is a friend indeed. " This quotation aptly describes our Dean of Girls, Miss Victoria Gross. In addition to being guidance counselor, Miss Gross also advises students in matters pertaining to college. Although her spare time is very- limited, Miss Gross always manages to find time for all who seek her guidance. Yes, Miss Gross is indeed a friend to all North Siders. RALPH ANDERSON Indiana I MISS MARIAN BASH Social Science; Wellesley, U. of Michigan MISS HELEN BEAN Home Economics; Indiana U., Colorado Sta JOHN BECKER Mathematics; Purdue, Notre Da MRS. NEVA BEERBOWER Home Economics; Purdue, Ball Stall MISS MARJORIE BELL Art; Indiana U., Columbia U. GLEN BICKEL Mathematics; Indiana State, Purdu MISS JUDITH BOWEN Latin; DePauw U. MRS. PATRICIA BRUCE Home Economics; Michigan State MISS RUTH CARROLL Physical Education; Ball State, Columbic ROLLA CHAMBERS Health, Coach; Indk MRS. MARYANN CHAPMAN Business; Ball State, U. ol Chicago CHARLES CLARK Mathematics; Defiance, Ohii MISS CATHERINE CLEARY English; Columbia U., St. Mary ' : ALBERT COIL English; Butler U„ Tri-State MRS. HAZEL COOMEY Attendance; Coe, Indii RICHARD DANNECKER English; Indiana U. MRS. AMELIA DARE Latin, English; India ROBERT EDWARDS Industrial Arts; Ohio Northe MRS. HARRIET EMMERSON Treasurer; Indiana U., Intern U., U. of Mich. 40 Main Duty of Deans " Thou wert my guide, philosopher, and friend. " This quote by Pope could easily describe Mr. Bill Anthis, Dean of Boys. Although he is the guidance director for the boys, Mr. Anthis aids all students. Being responsible for the vocational and person- ality tests given, Mr. Anthis has contact -with all North Side students. Mr. Anthis is truly a friend and guide to all Redskins. CHARLES FELLER Social Science; Ohio Slate U., Bowling Gr. DePauw U., Indii CLEON FLECK Social S ' U. of W MISS PATRICIA FLEMING English, French; Indiana U. MISS LORAINE FOSTER Latin; Miami U., Indiai ELMER FRANZMAN Social Science; Ball State, Indiana U. WADE FREDRICK English, Coach; Wabash, Ball State MRS. JEANNE GAUSE Physical Education, Swimming; Ball State DALE GOON Mathematics, Bu Manchester, Ind. U. MRS. LILLIAN GRAHAM Secretary; James Milliki] MISS MABEL GREENWALT English; Ball State, U. of Chicago MRS. JANE GRIGGS Spanish; Earlham, Indie State, Ball State MISS JOAN HATTENDORF Spanish, English; Indiana U., U. of Colorado MYRON HENDERSON Social Science; Manche BYARD HEY Ma the ma tic: Indiana U. Physical Education, Coach; CHARLES HINTON Mathematics. Science; Indi MRS. HELEN HOUTS Secretary; International B MISS MILDRED HUFFMAN English, Counselor; Northweste HYRLE IVY Swimming; U. of Kan Pittsburgh State 41 ROBERT JOHNSON Art; Defiance, Indiana U. t Mkim DONALD KEMP Physical Educ Purdue Health; Ball Stalf ROY KLINE Training; Ball State, Purdu STANLEY LEE English, Speech; Indif PAUL LEMKE Spanish; Northwestern U., U. of Michigan JAMES LEWINSKI English; Indiana U., Michiga EERYL LEWIS Science; Ball State MRS. PATRICIA LIGHT Mathematics; Ball State MISS ELIZABETH LITTLE English; Columbia U„ Ohic JOHN MALOTT Social Science; Ball State, Taylo DONALD McCLEAD Art- Ball State W. H. McNEELY Mathematics; Hanover, Indiana U. JOHN MERTES Business; Indie State, Whitewate MISS IRENE MILLER English; Columbia U., U. of Cincinnati JERALD MILLER Mathematics; Ball Stafc MISS MARIE MILLER Mathematics: Purdue, Smith GENE MOYER Social Science; Ball State, Indi. WAVE MEYERS Business, Coach; Ball State MISS BLANCHE NIELSEN Science; U. o! Chicago MRS. ALICE NUSBAUM Mathematics; Butler U., Indi CLIFFORD OTT Science; Indiana U., Purdue MRS. GRACE PENNINGTON Business; Ball State, Indiana U. MISS FRANCES PLUMANNS French, Counselor; Mt. St. Josephs MRS. WINIFRED POE English; Heidelberg, Columbia SHERMAN PRESSLER Science; Ball State, Indii ROBERT PUGH English; DePauw U., U. of Wisconsin JAMES PURKHISER English, Dramatics Hanover, Indiana U. WILLIAM QUICK Industrial Arts; Indiana State, Purdue 42 LESLIE REEVES Business; Ball Stale, Indk MISS JEANETTE RICH Vocal Music; Indiana U., Northv MRS. RUTH RICHARDSON Home Economics; Manchester MISS KATHERINE ROTHENBERGER Social Science; DePauw U., Indianc MISS ETHEL SHROYER Librarian; U. of Wis., Western Reserv ROBERT SINKS Social Science; Indiana U., Purdu RUTHERFORD SMUTS Industrial Arts; Ball State, Purdue MISS MARGARET SPIEGEL Health, Family Living; Indiana U Wesleyn U. MRS. MARJORIE SPOOLSTRA English; Indiana, Taylor U. JOSEPH SPRINGER MISS SARA STIRLING English; Ball State, Indii MISS NORMA THIELE English, Journalism; Indii HAROLD THOMAS Indiana U., U. of Louisville TOURIST THOMPSON Industrial Arts; Bradley U. ROBERT TRASTER Business; Ball State, Mancheste MISS MARY WALLER Secretary; Indiana U. MRS. JANET WEBER English, Latin; Bowling Green State, U. Michigan MRS. JEAN WEHRENBERG English, Social Science; Ball State, Purdu RICHARD WERT Industrial Arts; Ball State NOEL WHITTERN Indiana U., Tri-State HARRY YOUNG Social Science; Indk ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Social Science, Bowling Green State, Mich. 43 Busy Faculty Members Have Varied Hobbies Being a teacher is a full time job. When not in the classrooms, the faculty- may be found in the lounges grading papers, discussing their classroom pro- blems, or taking a short break from their busy schedule. After school many teachers spend much time advising clubs and classes with their activities and individual students about their ac- ademic problems. Although they have few moments to spare at home, many teachers have hobbies of which read- ing and sports head the list. Drawing and painting provide Mr. Lewinski with an op- portunity to relax and express himseli. This painting is an ink and water color sketch oi an antiquated Fort Wayne home. The faculty Christmas party gave the new teachers a chance to display their talent as they gave a continuous radio skit. Miss Shroyer, North ' s librarian, whose hobby is doing handi- craft, is pictured above making a pillow for her home. 44 North is kept clean and in good condition by Mr. Fred Menzie and his able custodian staff shown here. Front row: Frances Harte. Juanita Bryant. Row 2: William Rollins, Emil Roemer, Leroy Boschet. Back row: Mr. Menzie. Paul Landen. Fred Nie- meyer. Jerry Leamon. Maintenance and Cafe Workers Serve North Cafeteria staff members are, seated, Mrs. Dumbold, Mrs. Hammons, Mrs. Rombke, and Mrs. Dennis. Standing are Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Reiling, Mrs. Seuger, Mrs. Witte, Mrs. Degler, Mrs. Gaskill, Miss McCullough, and Mrs. Menzie. 45 I WE CALL OURSELVES i v {oments to fKemember 46 THE REDSKINS CLASSES 47 Fifty Elected to Four- Year Honor Roll The four-year honor roll is made up of seniors who have attained a ninety or above grade average all their years at North. Those who qualified for the four- year honor roll by maintaining this grade average this year are Robert Arnold, Pam Barnum, Dave Bash, Terry Bashelier, Mike Belfry, John Bentz, Emory Bryan, Gary Buelow, Elizabeth Busian, Rita Crum, Charles Feustel, Daisy Gore, Richard Graef, Marcia Grant, Roberta Guingrich, Charlotte Harmeyer, Thomas Hawk, Tom Hay- hurst, Mary Hegerfeld, Sara Lynn Henry, Karen Hetrick, Barbara Hines, Deanna Hinshaw, Juliet Hippensteele, James Howard, Sandra Jacquay, Robert Kabisch, Robert Kruse, James Lang, Son- dra Laughlin, Susan Lauterberg, Ronald Madden, Sue Maxwell, Eve Meyer, Mike Ormiston, Thomas Popp, Sandra Reed, Forest Redding, Judith Rice, James Richhart, Eugene Roop, Margo Roth, Janet Shown, Anne Sosenheimer, Sharon Ann Stellner, Jerry Stodden, Thomas Stoeckley, Paul Wehrenberg, James Wight, and Wallace Williamson. Two other seniors, Stephen Roberts and Robert Scott, have grade averages which qualify them for the four-year honor roll, but they have attended North Side for less than four years. Hawk, Wehrenberg Have Highest Averages The class of 1960 is privileged to have such a scholastic leader as Tom Hawk. Valedictorian Hawk inspired many of us throughout his years at North by his modesty and excellent scholastic abil- ity. Tom is on the college prep or aca- demic course majoring in math, science, English, social studies, and French. His favorite subjects are math, physics, and chemistry; Tom plans to futher study in these fields at MIT next fall. Swimming is tops on his hobby list, although Tom spends most extra time on science projects, especially tele- scopes. His school activities include president of Helicon, MLC, and Globe- trotters. (yaiedictorlan — Join J tciwk S alulalorian — aul (AJekrenbe The announcement recognizing Paul Wehrenberg as salutatorian of the class of 1960 greatly thrilled him even though he was 877 miles away. This past year Paul has been a student at MIT. He was accepted there last fall after completing his high school reguirements in three years, and is now majoring in general science. Paul also portrayed excellent leader- ship outside of the classroom. He was co-vice president of our class as a sophomore and president of Phy-chem as a junior. Paul was active in Student Council, publications, Key club, JCL, Hi-Y, JFL, and Helicon. While at North, Paul majored in math, science, social studies, and English. 49 Planning the senior year of ' 60 were front row: Lucy Feichter, secretary- treasurer; Sally Henry, social chairman; Carol Rang, vice president; Hilke Stoeckelmann, social com- mittee; Back row: Mike Musto, president; Mike Ormiston, social committee; Tom Hayhurst, social com- mittee; Jim Wight, social committee. Officers Lead Class of Sixty to Success The class of ' 60 was off to a big start this year with the election of class officers. The officers headed by Mike Musto worked hand in hand with the helpful faculty advisors to lead the class through a successful senior play, ban- quet, and prom. Mr. Traster and Mr. Wert served as chairmen of the faculty advisors. The officers also have plans made for the future. The class ' s ten year re- union will be held in the summer of 1970, either in late July or early August. For definite plans, class members should keep in touch with the officers Mike Musto, Carol Rang, Lucy Feichter, or Sally Henry. The officers strongly urge all class members to make plans to attend the reunion and renew past acquaintances and memories. Advising the class of " 60 " in it ' s activities were seated: Mrs. Spoolstra, Miss Bowen, Mr. Wert, Mr. Traster, Miss Miss Bell, Mrs. Chapman; Middle row: Mr. Smuts, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Feller; Back row: Mr. Lewinski, Mr. Franzman, Mr Edwards, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Dannecker. Mr. Anderson, Mr. Lemke. Serving as co-chairmen of the advisors were Mr. Mr. Wert. Irene Miller, Reeves. Mr. Traster and . iL I L onfuiion confronted u5 when we entered the Uoine as j-roik. BERNARD JOHN ADAMS Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Intramural Basket- ball; Intramural Volleyball; Intramural Football; Intramural Track. PHILLIP GENE ADAMS Intramural Basketball; Rifle Club; School Service; Intramural Football. SHARON SUE ADAMS Cheering Block; School Service. DARLENE KAE ANDERSON Chorus; Booster Club. PATRICIA JEAN ANDERSON Cheering Block; Chorus. MARY ANN ANDREAS Chorus; Girls ' Choir; A Cappella; Phy- Chem; Daffy Dabblers; Globetrotters; Cheering Block. JAMES FREDERICK ANDREWS DIANE ROSE ANGEL School Service; Globetrotters; Phy- Chem; Senior Play; J.C.L.; Chorus; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Agent. LINDA JANE ARMSTRONG Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; School Service; M.L.C.; Cheering Block. ROBERT EDWARD ARNOLD J.C.L.; Key Club; Phy-Chem; Student Council. ROBERT MERLE AYERS Hi-Y; Phy-Chem; Intramural Basket- ball; School Service. BRUCE CLARENCE BADE J.E.L.; Key Club, Vice President; Band; J.C.L.; Intramural Basketball; Rifle Club. ROBERT MAX BAHR Freshman Football; Chorus; Varsity Choir; Triple Trio; Male Choir, Presi- dent; A Cappella, Stage Manager. PHIL DWIGHT BANTER LESLIE NORMAN BARNARD Rifle Club; Freshman Football; Fresh- man Track; School Service. BARBARA JEAN BARNES Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; A Cappella; J.C.L.; J.F.L.; Cheering Block. PATRICIA ANN BARNES Cheering Block; M.L.C.; Northerner Agent; School Service. PAMELA JEAN BARNUM Legend; Globetrotters; Ripplettes; M.L.C.; F.T.A.; Polar-Y; Daffi Dabblers; Jr. Red Cross. MYRNA JANE BARRAND Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Art Club. DAVID WINFIELD BASH. JR. Key Club, Vice President, Secretary- Treasurer; Phy-Chem; Helicon, Vice President, Critic; Math Club; J.C.L.; Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer. TERRY DUANE BASHELIER Key Club, Secretary-Treasurer; J.C.L.; J.F.L.; Intramural Basketball. DAWN MARYANNA BATES F.T.A.; Globetrotters; Cheering Block; School Service; G.A.A.; Varsity Varieties. STEPHEN WILLIAM BATES Freshman Football; Freshman Track. JUDY ANN BAUER 51 yindii our rooms in tli e maze o, if corridors and meeti FRANK BAUGHMAN Varsity Football; Lettermen ' s Club; Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball; School Service. JANET ELAINE BECKMAN Jr. Red Cross; Reserve Cheerleader; Varsity Cheerleader, Captain; Cheer- ing Block; Ripplettes; Scho Lette ■ ELLIN JANE BEDSWORTH Cheering Block; Chorus; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir. DAVID MICHAEL BELFRY Football, Letterman; Track, Letterman. THOMAS ROBERT BELL Intramural Basketball. JOHN MARVIN BENTZ Legend Editor; Sophomore Class Presi- dent; Student Council; Phy-Chem; Key Club; Senior Play; A Cappella; Quill and Scroll. REVA ILENE BERLIN Northerner Agent; Northerner Class- room News Editor, News Editor, Fea- ture Editor; 1500 Club; F.T.A.; G.A.A. JOHN S. BERTELS DONNA LEE BEWICK LARRY JOE BLAIR Rifle Club. MICHAEL E. BLAIR Phy-Chem. JOSEPH BERNARD BLIGH Football; Track; Rifle Club, Vice Presi- dent; School Service; Intramural Basketball. JOHN EDWARD BOBILYA DONALD LEE BOHN Senior Play Committee. PETER ROBERT BOJRAB Northerner Agent; Phy-Chem; Globe- trotters; Hi-Y, Vice President; Key Club, Sergeant at Arms; Audio-Visual; J.C.L.; Jr. Red Cross. PATRICIA ANN BONER Polar-Y; Chorus; Camera Club, Mem- bership Chairman; School Service; Cheering Block; Globetrotters. JAMES ROBERT BONIFAS Rifle Club ; Audio Visual; Key Club; Hi-Y; Intramural Basketball; School THEODORE ROOSEVELT BORDERS PHYLLIS CHRISTINE BORN Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block; Reserve Cheerleader; Northerner Agent; Student Council. BARBARA ANN BORTON Polar-Y; Cheering Block; Senior Play. DAVID ANGLIN BOWER Key Club; Hi-Y, Secretary; Globe- trotters; Phy-Chem; Audio Visual; Legend Agent; Tennis; Intramural Track. AUDREY JEAN BOWMAN A Cappella; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Chorus; J.F.L.; School Service; Senior Play. JANICE EILEEN BOXBERGER KAREN FRANCES BRABENDER 52 laSSmateS marked our rirst new classmates mar, mar as f edsk ins. IDA ALICIA BRADEN School Service. LARRY RAY BRAMBLETT Daffy Dabblers; Student Council; Band; Orchestra; Track. ' SUSAN RAE BRASE Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; Legend Agent; Cheering Block; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Student Council. BARBARA ANN BRAUN Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; Cheer- - ing Block. THOMAS MICHAEL BRAUN Freshman Football; Rifle Club; Intra- mural Basketball; Intramural Wrest- ling. JANE DIANE BREDEMEYER School Service; Polar-Y; Daffy Dabb- lers. CARL E. BROWN Football; Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; Wrestling; M.L.C.; Intramural Basket- ball; Track. DELORES GENEVIEVE BROWN Chorus; School Service; Archery. JUDITH CLAIRE BROWN Polar-Y; Daffy Dabblers; School Serv- ice; M.L.C.; G.A.A. THOMAS JOSEPH BRUBAKER Nature Club; M.L.C.; Phy-Chem; Hi-Y. President; Student Council; School PATRICIA ANNE BRUCK G.A.A., Secretary; School Cheering Block. EMORY WALLACE BRYAN. JR. Band; Orchestra; N.S.I. ; Math Club. THOMAS STEPHAN BUCKMASTER Key Club; Phy-Chem; Intramural Wrestling; Hi-Y. GARY BUELOW Football; Helicon; Phy-Chem; Student STEVE HENRY BUESCHING Key Club; School Service. MICHAEL GEORGE BULLERMAN Phy-Chem; Rifle Club. ELIZABETH ELAINE BUSIAN Student Council; Phy-Chem; F.T.A.; Legend Staff; I.C.L.; Globetrotter s; Heli- con; Legend Agent. LARRY GENE BYERS Football, Letterman; Math Club; Nature Club. JOHN DAVID CAMPERMAN Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball. JULIA DIANE CARDONE DANIEL W. CARPENTER Intramural Basketball. SONDRA JEAN CARTER Cheering Block; Polar-Y; Senior Play. DALE JACK CASTATOR Youth for Christ; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Agent; Phy-Chem; Camera Club. REX ALLEN CECIL Nature Club; Rifle Club; Phy-Chem; Al j aM a 53 LJur first dckooi-SpoMored Social event, the [reiki tih JO ANN CHRZAN Reserve Cheerleader; Varsity Cheer- leader; Cheering Block; Letterman; Student Council, Secretary; Ripplettes, President; School Service; F.T.A. STUART ALLEN COCHRAN JANICE EILEEN COE F.T.A. ; G.A.A.; School Service; Cheer- ing Block. JANE CAROLE COLVER Northerner Staff; Phy-Chem; Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; Globetrotters; M.L.C. DONNA JEAN COMER Jr. Red Cross; M.L.C; Daffy Dabblers; Cheering Block. THOMAS EUGENE COOK Varsity Football; Basketball; Track; Key Club; Globetrotters; Intramural Sports; School Service; A Cappella. TONY LEE COTTERMAN PAMELA SUE COUGHLIN Jr. Red Cross; School Si FAYE ELLEN COX School Service; Jr. Red Cross; Cheer- ing Block; Senior Play. ROGER ALLEN CROSS RITA MARIE CRUM Cheering Block; Globetrotters; Helicon; Polar-Y. WILLIAM RUSH CUNNINGHAM Student Council, Parliamentarian; N.S.I., President, Treasurer; Band; Orchestra, Secretary; Northerner Agent; Junior Class Vice President. WILLIAM ALLEN DANIELS Varsity Football; Letterman; Rifle Club; Intramural Basketball; Lettermen ' s Club. TANIA LEE DAUPLAISE Northerner Agent; G.A.A.; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Rifle Club; School Service. CAROL LEE DAVIDSON Twirling; Cheering Block; J.C.L.; G.A.A.; F.T.A.; Legend Agent; Student Council. RALPH MYER DAVIS Rifle Club; Phy-Chem. PATRICIA RAE DEAHL Band; Cheering Block; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Agent; J.F.L.; Daffy Dabblers; G.A.A.; Polar-Y. DONNA MERIDEL DEHNERT Rifle Club; J.F.L.; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; A Cappella; Daffy Dabblers; Jr. Red CLARK DENTON DERBYSHIRE Phy-Chem; J.F.L.; Rifle Club. JON ROBERT DIDIER Rifle Club; Stage Crew; National Thespians. EUNICE NADA DIXON SARAH LEE DIXON Helicon; Globetrotters; M.L.C; Daffy Dabblers; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block; Student Council; School Service. WILLIAM LEE DOCTOR Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; J.F.L.; M.L.C; School Service. WILLIAM EDWARD DOELL Band. 54 it, featured a talent 5nou and a da KAREN SUE DOUGHERTY Jr. Red Cross; Chorus; G.A.A. SUSAN LYNN DOUGLASS Chorus; Girls ' Choir; School REBECCA LOUISE DREGER Cheering Block; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; A Cappella; School EMMA DUDLEY MARY ANN DUCAT School Service; Rifle Club; Cheering ' Block. PAUL BARRY DUNLAP Rifle Club; School Service. THOMAS CARL DUXBURY Football; Student Council; Phy-Chem; Hi-Y; Math Club; Rifle Club, Secretary; Intramural Basketball; Schoc ' CAROL SUE EHRSAM Daffy Dabblers, Social Chairman; Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block; School Service; I.C.L.; Phy- Chem; Varsity Choir. JAMES ALLEN ELLENWOOD J.C.L.; J.F.L.; N.F.L.; Helicon; Student Council; Varsity Choir; A Cappella, Social Chairman; Triple Trio. R. EUGENE ELLIOTT SARAH ELLEN ELLIOTT Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; A Cappella; Cheering Block. JACK CHARLES EPSTEIN School Service; Rifle Club. DIANNE ELINOR ERHARDT Polar-Y; J.C.L.; Cheering Block; School G.A.A. DONNA KAY ERVIN School Service. STEVEN E. ERVIN J.F.L.; Phy-Chem; Math Club. PAUL LAWRENCE ERWIN Hi-Y, Treasurer; Cross Country; Intra- mural Basketball; Track; School Serv- BARBARA JEAN FAIRFIELD Chorus; Girls ' Choir. WILLIAM LIONEL FAITH Football; Phy-Chem; School Service. RUTH JEAN FALL J.C.L.; Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; Student Council. JERRY EDWARD FEDERSPIEL I.F.L.; School Service; Intramural Sports Manager. LUCILLE LOIS FEICHTER Globetrotters, Secretary; M.L.C., Secre- tary; Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer Student Council; Cheering Block N.F.L.; Nature Club, Vice President Rifle Club. MARSHA JEAN FELBER Polar-Y; School Service; Northerner; Cheering Block; M.L.C. ROSE ELAINE FERRELL J.C.L.; J.F.L.; Archery; Northerner Agent; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Chorus. CHARLES DANA FEUSTEL Basketball; Helicon; Globetrotters; J.C.L.; Intramural Cross Country; Track; Rifle Club. 55 t Sponae throwina at unfortunate victims, Sellina siilu IACKLYN LEE FIDLER School Service; Ripplettes; Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; Globetrotters. JOAN ELLEN FISCHER PATRICIA ANN FLEENOR School Service; M.L.C. JULIANNA MARIE FLEISCHER Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; Chorus. STEVE DWAYNE FORTMEYER Chorus; Varsity Choir; Male Choir A Cappella; Cross Country; Key Club Camera Club, Dark Room Manager Legend Agent. GERALD E. FOX Hi-Y; Basketball. WILLIAM PAUL FREIMUTH TANA LEE GABRIELE ROBERT LAVERNE GAHMAN Phy-Chem; Math Club; Rifle Club; I.C.L. NANCY ANN GALLMEIER Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block; Globe- trotters; M.L.C. ROGER WALLACE GAMBLE Phy-Chem; M.L.C. SANDRA SUE GARDNER School Service. MARY CATHERINE GASKILL Youth for Christ Club; G.A.A. GEORGE RICHARD GATTON Student Council; Cross Country; Intra- mural Basketball; School Se MARTHA JANE GAUT Cheering Block; J.F.L.; Jr. Red Cross; School Service. JACK ALLEN GAYLORD Phy-Chem; Math Club; Intramural Basketball; School Service. VERNELL RUTHE GEHRON Legend Staff; Northerner Staff; Phy- Chem, Secretary, Treasurer; N.S.I. ; Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross; J.C.L., Secretary; F.T.A. JANET IRENE GELLER School Service; Daffy Dabblers. RICHARD ALLEN GEORGI Intramural Wrestling. SHARON ELAINE GETZ M.L.C, Secretary; Cheering Block; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Camera Club, Vice President; School Se CONNIE MAE GIBSON Ir. Red Cross; Phy-Chem; Cheering Block; School Service; Student Council; Varsity Cheerleader; Letterman. PHILIP ALBERT GIBSON BEVERLY GICK Polar-Y, Point Block; G.A.A.; J LARRY DONALD GILPIN A Cappella; Triple Trio; Globetrotters. 56 kati and dancina kiakliakted tke activities of tke carnival. JUDY ANN GLOCK M.L.C.; Twirling; Ripplettes, Director of Water Show; Legend Agent; North- erner Agent; Student Council. JUDY ANN GOEDE Cheering Block; Jr. Red Cross; School Service. MARJORIE PEARL GOELZ DUANE JOHN GORDON Student Council; Phy-Chem; Football; Track; Basketball; School Service; Lettermen ' s Club. JUDITH ELAINE GORDON Senior Play; Cheering Block; Polar-Y; School Service; Chorus; Girls ' Choir. DAISY ANN GORE Northerner, Assist. News Editor, Fea- -,ure Edi.or, News Editor; M.L.C.; Heli- con; F.T.A.; Cheering Block; Polar-Y; A Cappella; 1500 Club. RICHARD KEITH GRAEF Helicon, Treasurer; Student Council; N.S.I. , Treasurer; Phy-Chem, Treasurer; J.F.L., President, Secretary; Band, President; Math Club, Vice President; I.C.L. MARCIA GRANT Freshman Class President; Student Council; Ripplettes; Band; N.S.I. ; Legend Co-Assist. Editor; Senior Play; I.F.L., Social Chairman. MARVEL JEAN GRAY G.A.A.; F.T.A.; Rifle Club; Senior Play; Northerner. CARL STEPHEN GRAY Rifle Club; M.L.C.; School Service; Hi- Fi Club; Track. JAMES ROBERT GREENWALT SUSAN MAE GREGG Polar-Y; Phy-Chem; Jr. Red Cross; J.C.L.; Cheering Block; F.T.A.; North- erner; School bervice. JERALD DEAN GROSENBACHER Rifle Club. RONALD JOSEPH GRUNWALD J.C.L.; Rifle Club; Phy-Chem. SUSAN MARIE GUILLAUME Chorus; Girls ' Choir; A Cappella; Polar-Y; Chansonettes; Student Council. ROBERTA LOUISE GUINGRICH F.T.A., Secretary; Helicon; Orchestra; Daffy Dabblers; N.S.I. ; Cheering Block; Globetrotters; Chorus. N. SEANE HABEGGER Rifle Club; Intramural Basketball; Track; J.C.L.; Phy-Chem; School Serv- ice; Cross Country. DONNA LYNN HAGADORN Twirling; Globetrotters; Student Coun- cil; Jr. Red Cross, Publicity Chairman; Phy-Chem; J.C.L.; Polar-Y; J.F.L. JACK SLATER HALLENBECK Freshman Class Social Council; Junior Class President; Lettermen ' s Club, Vice President; Key Club, Vice President; Student Council, Vice President; Track, Letterman; Varsity Basketball. ALBERT LEROY HAPNER Football, Letterman; Track, Letterman; Basketball; Lettermen ' s Club. CHARLOTTE JOAN HARMEYER J.C.L.; Polar-Y, President, Point Re- corder; F.T.A., Vice President; Helicon, Social Chairman; Globetrotters; Senior Play; Student Council; Varsity Choir. CAROLYN SUE HARPEL G.A.A.; Archery; Daffy Dabblers. MICHAEL R. HARRIS Hi-Y; Senior Play; Jr. Red Cross; J.F.L. ; Track. DOUGLAS F. HART Intramural Basketball; Wrestling. Am i 57 wXy sopk omorei, we were tort ornate in miiialin tlatl STEVEN ROSS HARTER Intramural Basketball; Foot ball; School Service; Rifle Club; J.F.L.; Jr. Red LOUANN SUE HARTMAN Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross; M.L.C.; Cheering Block. RONALD DEAN HARTMAN DIANE KAY HARTZELL SANDY K. HARTZELL Twirling. SUZANNE GAY HARTZELL School Service; Senior Play. SHARON KAY HATTERY Cheering Block; Daffy Dabblers; Polar- Y; Jr. Red Cross; School Service. THOMAS LEE HAWK Helicon, President; M.L.C.; Globe- trotters; Audio-Visual; Cyclotron Club; Phy-Chem. THOMAS ELDEN HAYHURST Helicon, Critic; Phy-Chem, Social Chairman, Vice President; Key Club; Band; N.S.I.; Freshman Class Social Chairman; Sophomore Class Secretary- Treasurer; Senior Play. SUSAN HAYNES M.L.C.; Northerner Agent. MARY CATHERINE HEGERFELD J.C.L.; Polar-Y; Cheering Block Stu- dent Council. CYNTHIA ANN HEIKOWSKY Globetrotters; Phy-Chem; Jr. Red Cross; National Thespians; Cheering Block; J.C.L.; Polar-Y; J.F.L. STEPHEN LEE HELLER Intramural Basketball; Football; Track; M.L.C.; Hi-Y; Phy-Chem; Senior Play; Globetrotters. PAUL E. HELLWIG Hi-Y; Camera Club; Phy-Chem; Globe- trotters; Audio-Visual; Cross Country. JAMES MICHAEL HENDRICKS Intramural Wrestling; Intramural Bas- ketball; Track; Globetrotters. SARA LYNN HENRY Senior Class Social Chairman; Daffy Dabblers, President; Globetrotters, President; Ripplettes, Director of Water Show; Student Council; Helicon; Phy- Chem. BRUCE STEVE HERMAN Key Club; Cross Country; Intramural Basketball; School Service. BENNIE JO HERNDON School Service; Cheering Block; Senior Play; Girls ' Choir; Daffy Dabblers; Chorus. KAREN SUE HETRICK Jr. Red Cross; Twirling; M.L.C.; Legend Staff; Globetrotters; Cheering Block; Chorus; National Thespians. MARILYN SUE HICKS Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; J.C.L.; Phy- Chem; Cheering Block; Globetrotters; Camera Club; School Service. SUSAN HIGH Polar-Y; I.F.L.; J.C.L.; Chorus; Cho A Cappella; BARBARA JOAN HINES Girls ' Choir; A Cappella; Chanson- ettes; Polar-Y; Helicon; J.C.L., Publicity Chairman; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block. DEANNA MAE HINSHAW Helicon, Membership Chairman; I.C.L., Vice President; Globetrotters; Senior Play; J.F.L.; Girls ' Choir; School Service. JULIET ANN HIPPENSTEELE Student Council; Phy-Chem; Band; Globetrotters. 58 the uie of the new cafeteria for claii parties. SHARON ELIZABETH HOEPNER Legend Chem; trotters; Block. Agent; Jr. Red Cross; Phy- Natu ORLEY R. HOLZWORTH Student Council; Intramural Basket- ball; School Service; Phy-Chem. CAROLE ANN HORN Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir. ROBERTA W. HORNE Chansonettes; A Cappella; Jr. Red ' Cross; Cheering Block; National Thes- pians; Northerner Agent; Phy-Chem; Girls ' Choir. DOUGLAS M. HOSLER Daffy Dabblers; Globetrotters; Club. CHARLES FREDRICK HOSTMAN. JR. Varsity Cross Country; Varsity Track. WILLIAM HOSTETTER Football. LOIS MAXINE HOUSER JAMES BRYANT HOWARD Helicon, President, Point Recorder; Nature Club, Vice President; Phy- Chem; Key Club, Program Chairman; Student Council; Globetrotters. NANCY JANE HUFF Cheering Block; Girls ' Choir; N.S.I.; Band; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Staff; National Thespians; Globetrotters. DIANE SUE HUNGERFORD Rifle Club; Archery; G.A.A.; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Chorus; Camera Club. THOMAS JOHN INGMIRE Student Council; Freshman Class Social Council; Phy-Chem; Intramural Basket- ball; Intramural Golf. SANDRA LEE JACQUAY Chorus; Orchestra; Band; Camera Club, Secretary-Treasurer; M.L.C.; N.S.I.; F.T.A.. President; Social School DAVID PAUL JENNINGS Student Council; Globetrotters; Intra- mural Basketball; Football. JOAN JENNINGS MARILYN ANNE JESSE Polar-Y; J.C.L.; J.F.L.; School Service. DOUGLAS H. JOHNSON Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Football; Globetrotters; J.C.L. JUDITH KAY JONES Cheering Block. A. ROSS JONES Rifle Club; Intramural Basketball; Camera Club. ROBERT EUGENE KABISCH A Cappella, President, Vice President; Triple Trio; Northerner, Sports Editor, Assist. Sports Editor; Student Council; Helicon; Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; Football. KAYE ALLYNE KAGEY Rifle Club; Northerner Agent. LARRY LEE KALB KAREN KAY KELLER Student Council; Booster Club, Point Recorder; G.A.A.; Girls ' Choir; Chorus. CAROLYN SUE KELSEY Sophomore Class Co-Vice President; M.L.C., Secretary, Treasurer; Jr. Red Cross, Secretary; Phy-Chem, Secretary; Cheering Block; Northerner, Co- Exchange Editor; Legend Staff. 59 J toeet J ixC, een toai the bi it, ion event, tone re, ami d the decorative illnouett k M RONALD ALBERT KEMERLEY JOHN HENRY KEPLER Football; Cross Country; School Serv- ice; Boys ' Choir. MARLA RUTH KERN Student Council; Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Senior Play. TERRY DALE KIENZLE JILL MARGUERITE KINLEY Band; M.L.C.; Jr. Red Cross; J.F.L.; Camera Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Globetrotters; Phy-Chem; N.S.I. KAY KRISTINE KINSEY Polar-Y; I.F.L.; Jr. Red Cross; Cheer- ing Block. JAMES WARREN KOCHER REBECCA ANN KOEPKE JEANNE ANN KLINE Polar-Y; Phy-Chem. JOHN HOWARD KNIGHT Northerner, Photographer; Legend Staff; Student Council, Sergeant at Arms; Camera Club, President; 1500 Club; Phy-Chem; J.C.L. LARRY WAYNE KNIGHT Math Club; Phy-Chem; J.C.L. ; Intra- mural Basketball; Cross Country; Track; School Service. LARRY WAYNE KRAMER Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball; Cross Country. JACKIE ROSE KREIDER Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Booster Club; J.F.L. THEODORE HOWARD KRUGER Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; J.F.L. ; Stu- dent Council; Band; Camera Club. JOHN ROBERT KRUSE J.C.L.; Phy-Chem; N.F.L.; Math Club; Globetrotters. CAROL ANN LAHURREAU Polar-Y; Nature Club, Secretary- Treasurer; J.C.L.; School Service SHIELA JANE LAKE Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block; School Service. CARA MAE LAMB Chorus; Girls ' Cho School Se Cheering Block; PHYLLIS ANN LAMBERT School Service. JACQUELINE GERALDINE LAMPRECHT J.F.L., Secretary-Treasurer; N.F.L.; G.A.A.; Polar-Y, Publicity Chairman; Camera Club, Secretary-Treasurer; J.C.L.; Northerner Agent; Jr. Red Cross. JAMES ARTHUR LANG Varsity Basketball; Lett Track; Cross Country. MILDRED ANN LASLEY RONALD JAMES LATHAM Varsity Basketball; Intramural Man- ager; School Service. CAROL SUE LAUER Helicon; M.L.C.; Globetrotters; G.A.A.; Legend Agent; School Service; Cheer- ing Block; Senior Play. 60 itcked the entertainment and danced to the latest records. SONDRA ANN LAUGHLIN M.L.C.; Polar-Y; Band; F.T.A.; Cheer- ing Block. SUSAN CAROL LAUTERBERG Jr. Red Cross; Polar-Y; I.C.L.; Girls ' Choir. LINDA SUELLEN LEAMON Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers; School Service. ION REUBEN LEBSACK DAVID GILBERT LECHLEITNER A Cappella; Varsity Choir; Student Council; J.C.L.; Rifle Club; Male Choir. LARRY ALLEN LEE CHARLES FRANKLIN LEONARD Globetrotters; Key Club; Track; Basket- ball; School Service; Football; Senior Play; Phy-Chem. RICHARD KENNETH LEWIS Rifle Club; Audio- Visual; School Serv- ice; Chorus. THOMAS ARTHUR LINDENBERG Key Club, President; Football, Letter- man; Varsity Basketball; Varsity THOMAS CLAIR LOCHNER, JR. Intramural Basketball; Intramural Pine Pong; School Service. ESTHER ANN LODGE M.L.C.; J.F.L.; Globetrotters; Cheennc Block; Orchestra; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir. STEVEN LOMMATZSCH School Service. ELAINE IRENE LONGARDNER Polar-Y; Cheering Block; J.C.L. COLLEEN RANETTE LONGSWORTH Band; Ripplettes; Northerner Agent; School Service; Jr. Red Cross; Letter ROSALYN JANE LOOS Student Council; G.A.A.; Booster Club; Jr. Red Cross; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Cheering Block. LARRY THOMAS LOPSHIRE Varsity Football; Track; Lettermen ' s Club; Phy-Chem; Band; School Service; Rifle Club. JAMES ANDREW LOVE. JR. Intramural Basketball; School Service. CAROLYN MAY LOVELESS RUTH ANN LOWE RONALD A. MADDEN M.L.C., President, Social Chairman, Membership Chairman; Globetrotters; Helicon; Student Council; Phy-Chem; Math Club. LARRY MALLETT WILLIAM G. MALOLEY A Cappella, Vice President; Triple Trio; Football; Intramural Wrestling; Camera Club; Key Club; Varsity Varieties; Male Choir. BARBARA JEAN MANNING J.C.L. ; Daffy Dabblers; School Service; Cheering Block. DEANNA JANE MARQUART J.C.L., Treasurer; Cheering Block; Globetrotters; Phy-Chem; Senior Play; Northerner Staff; Jr. Red Cross; J.F.L. 61 J ecurinq drivers ' li ,U J ceniei an a fn la pizza pc WILLIAM MARQUIS HARRY MARSHALL JANE SARINE MARTIN Twirling; Cheering Block; School Serv- HOWARD MASON. JR. Audio-Visual; F.T.A.; Hi-Fi; School Service. SUE CLARICE MAXWELL Northerner. Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, News Editor, Feature Editor; 1500 Club; J.C.L.; Globetrotters; School Service; Varsity Choir; Polar-Y; Stu- dent Council. SHARON McALHANEY Northerner, Point Recorder; Legend Agent; Polar-Y. ROZENA McCANN Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross. RUSSELL McCANN School Service. DAVID LEE McCOMB JOSEPH STANLEY McCOMB ROBERT J. McCOY I.C.L.; Math Club; Phy-Chem; Intra- mural Golf. GEORGE FREDERICK McCULLOCH Phy-Chem. ROBERT TRUMAN McGREGOR JUDITH McGUIRE School Service; Daffy Dabblers; Polar- MERRILEE McLAUGHLIN MARILYN FAY McNETT Jr. Red Cross; Phy-Chem; School Serv- ice; Polar-Y, Point Recorder; Senior Play. JOHN MICHAEL McVEY Varsity Tennis, Captain; Intramural Basketball; Jr. Red Cross; School Serv- HARRIET W. MEEK Northerner, Assist. Business Manager, Business Manager; J.C.L.; G.A.A.; Or- chestra; Cheering Block. LINDA LOUISE MEINZEN F.T.A. SUSAN PATRICIA MEREDITH JACQUELINE LOUISE MERTENS Daffy Dabblers; Polar-Y. ROSELLEN MESSERSCHMIDT Band, Vice President; Legend Staff; Legend Agent; G.A.A.; Jr. Red Cross; M.L.C.; Polar-Y; N.S.I. MICHAEL J. METTERT Audio-Visual; Phy-Chem; Hi-Fi. JOHN JAMES METTS Helicon, Critic; Student Council; Key Club; Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; Na- tional Thespians; Senior Play. tipical kappeninai ojf our unic EVE RENEE MEYER Orchestra; F.T.A.; Senior Play; Stu- dent Council; Helicon, Publicity Chair- man; I.F.L.; Northerner; N.F.L., Presi- dent. JAMES FREDER1CH MEYER Football; Wrestling; Phy-Chem. ROBERT PAUL MEYER School Service; Rifle Club. STANLEY DAVID MEYER A Cappella; Male Choir; Nature Club; .Globetrotters. KENNETH NORMAN MEYERS Track, Letterman; Football, Letterman. MAGDALENE MILENTIS MARTHA CLARE MILLER Student Council; J.C.L., Treasurer; N S I., Secretary; Northerner Agent; Senior Play; F.T.A.; Band; Orchestra. JOHN PAUL MITCHELL Phy-Chem. BARBARA ANN MONTONEY CLAYTON ARTHUR MOORE M.L.C.; Globetrotters. SHERRY ALLYN MOORE Band; N.S.I. ; Rifle Club; Camera Club; G.A.A., Vice President; M.L.C.; North- erner, Assist. Sports Editor, Sports Edi- tor, Classroom News Editor; Girls ' Choir. LARRY DAVID MOSES LAMOINE LEE MOTZ Freshman Football; Reserve Basket- ball; A Cappella; Phy-Chem; F.T.A.; Student Council; Cross Country; Male Choir. NANCY MARIE MOTZ Globetrotters, Treasurer; Northerner, Classroom News Editor, Co-Exchange Editor; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Jr. Red Cross; Polar-Y. DONALD ERWIN MURPHY Intramural Basketball; Intramural Ping Pong; Intramural Track. WILLIAM MICHAEL MUSTO Senior Class President; Football, Let- terman; Track; Key Club; Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; Student Council; School Service. JUDY RAE NEULS Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; All School Play; Senior Play. STEVE DALE NEWHARD Track, Letterman; Cross Country, Let- terman; M.L.C. JOHN STEPHEN NORSTROM Student Council; School Service. JERRY DEAN NUERGE Football, Letterman; Intramural Basket- ball; Audio- Visual; School Service. JAMES HUTTON O ' BRIEN Key Club, Lieutenant Governor; North- erner, Assist. Business Manager, Busi- ness Manager; Phy-Chem; M.L.C; Globetrotters; Varsity Choir; Male Choir; 1500 Club. RONALD TERRY O ' BRIEN RONALD NELSON O ' DELL Intramural Basketball; M.L.C; Chorus; Varsity Choir; Intramural Golf. SANDRA LOU OELFKE Phy-Chem; M.L.C; G.A.A. x m tk+ tfamk 63 _yvx f aint? ow f hapio ps idu, " our ju P rom, we danced amid MICHAEL ROLLA ORMISTON Key Club, Sergeant at Arms; Phy- Chem, President; Student Council; J.C.L.; Globeiro,.ers, Social Chairman; Helicon; Northerner, Ass st. Business Manager, Business Manager, Assist. News Editor, Sports Editor. NED PAUL OSBORN BASIL OSBORNE GREG E. OWEN Football; Rifle Club; I.C.L.; Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball; Track; Wrest- KENNETH LOUIS PAPAI Rifle Club; School Service. GWENDOLYN SUE PARKER ROBERT ROY PARKER Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; Intramural Basketball. WILLIAM BRUCE PARISH Student Manager. VIRGIL LEON PATTERSON KARL EDWARD PFISTER A Cappella; Male Choir; Camera Club, President; Student Council; Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; Band; Varsity Choir. SALLY DIANNE PICKERING M.L.C.; National Thespians; Reserve Cheerleader; Cheering Block; Legend Staff; Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross, Social Chairman, President; A Cap- pella. MICHAEL HOWARD PITCHFORD Phy-Chem; J.C.L.; Rifle Club; Chorus. VICTORIA ANN POFFENBARGER Rifle Club; School Service. PETE A. POORMAN Track, Letterman; Cross Country, Let- terman, Captain; Student Council; Key Club, Secretary; School Service; F.T.A.; Intramural Basketball; Football. THOMAS GEORGE POPP. JR. A Cappella; Triple Trio; Helicon, Secre- tary; Male Choir, President; Student Council; Senior Play; J.F.L.; Phy-Chem. WALTER LAVON PORTER Football; Track; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Volleyball; Hi-Y; Phy-Chem; Rifle Club; Senior Play. JEAN ELIZABETH PRADA KATHLEEN MARIE QUINN Polar-Y; Daffy Dabblers; M.L.C.; J.C.L. KAREN JOAN RACINE Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block. JOHN LEE RADER Stage Crew; National Thespians; Senior Play. LARRY LEON RADKE Intramural Basketball; Intramural Vol- leyball. CAROLINE SUE RANG Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross, Member- ship Chairman; Cheering Block;_Senit Cla Council; iident; J.C.L.; Legend Staff. Student SANDRA ARNETTA READ Ripplettes; G.A.A., Vice President; Globetrotters; Phy-Chem; Nature Club; J.F.L.; Polar-Y. PATRICIA ANN REDDIN Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Youth for Christ. 64 tke Hasking colon to tke music of srimmu S teirs orckestrc FOREST WILLIAM REDDING Tennis, Letterman; N.F.L., Vice Presi- dent; J.C.L., Vice President; Helicon, Program Chairman; A Cappella; Triple Trio; Student Council; Phy-Chem. KAY MARION REGEDANZ Sophomore Class Social Chairman; Student Council; A Cappella; Legend Staff; Polar-Y, Secretary; Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; Daffy Dabblers, Vice President. LINDA MARIE REILING PEGGY ANN REILING MARILYN LULU REIMUND MARY HELEN REITER Polar-Y; Cheering Block; School Serv- JOAN HELEN RHODES Phy-Chem; Daffy Dabble rs; G.A.A.; Helicon; Band; Orchestra. JUDITH GAYLE RICE Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; Northerner, Assist. Feature Editor, News Editor, Copy Editor, Circulation Manager, Managing Editor, Acting Feature Editor, Editor-in-Chief; Phy- Chem, Secretary, Treasurer; Helicon, Service Recorder; J.C.L., Secretary, President; Globetrotters; Student Coun- cil; A Cappella, Secretary-Treasurer. DAVE ARTHUR RICHARDS Rifle Club; Track; Football. JAMES WENDELL RICHHART Helicon; Phy-Chem; Math Club; N.F.L.; Rifle Club; Intramural Golf; Intramural Ping Pong. IMOGENE EDDITH RICKETTS G.A.A.; J.F.L.; Polar-Y; Youth for Christ; Daffy Dabblers. LINDA LU RILEY RICHARD GARLAND RINKER Senior Play; J.C.L.; Phy-Chem; Nature Club; Northerner. STEPHEN MURRAY RINNE Cross Country, Letterman; Basketball; Track, Letterman; Key Club; Student Council; Freshman Class Vice Presi- dent; J.F.L. STEPHEN DEAN ROBERTS Key Club, Sergeant at Arms; J.F.L.; Phy-Chem; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Ping Pong. DIANE RAE ROBINSON J.C.L.; A Cappella; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Orchestra. VERNON ROY ROBINSON. JR. Nature Club; Rifle Club; Phy-Chem; N.F.L.; J.F.L. DAVID LYNN RODOCKER Rifle Club. JANIS K. ROGGY J.F.L.; Polar-Y. SUZANNA ROMAN Cheering Block; School Service; North- erner Agent. EUGENE FREDERIC ROOP N.S.I.; Orchestra; Phy-Chem; Globe- trotters; J.C.L.; Student Council. MARGO LU ROTH Student Council; Ripplettes, Secretary; Jr. Red Cross, Treasurer, Vice Presi- dent; Northerner; M.L.C.; J.F.L.; Daffy Dabblers; School Service. FRANCIS V. ROUNS Cross Country. ELAINE CATHERINE ROUSSEAU Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; Jr. Red Cross; Booster Club, President; Rifle Club. 65 rnitiati our Senior year, we wnuBM f) if gAiiM n 4IP t 3 V. 4 4 j ' Mfc boastfullu paraded up the red STANLEY ALAN ROWE Globetrotters; Camera Club, President; Daffy Dabblers; Jr. Red Cross; Nature Club; Phy-Chem; Senior Play; Auto Des.gn Club. LINDA RACHEL RUCH Band; M.L.C., Membership Chairman; Globetrotters; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Staff; Phy-Chem; N.S.I.; Rifle Club. FRANK ANTHONY RUCOI Legend Staff. TOM JEARL RUPERT Globetrotters; Daffy Dabblers; Phy- Chem, Vice President; Varsity Choir. KAY CARLISLE RUSSELL Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; A Cappella; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Chorus; Helicon; Phy-Chem. LINDA JO SACCA Cheering Block; Twirling; Northerner Agent; G.A.A. DIANA KAY SALISBURY Chansonettes; Daffy Dabblers; Phy- Chem; Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; F.T.A.; J.C.L.; A Cappella. BARBARA ANN SAMPSON Chorus; Polar-Y, Social Chairman; Jr. Red Cross; Cheering Block. JON ALAN SAVIO JAMES M. SAXTON Band; Orchestra; N.S.I.; Daffy Dabb- lers; Nature Club. DIANE P. SCHEELE Jr. Red Cross, Membership Chairman; Phy-Chem; Cheering Block; School Service; Legend Agent; Globetrotters; Polar-Y; Student Council. DAVID LEE SCHERER Key Club. HAROLD E. SCHNEIDER Hi-Y. ROBERT IRWIN SCHOEPKE Key Club, President; Hi-Y, Treasurer; F.T.A.; J.F.L.; Phy-Chem; Hi-Fi; Globe- trotters; School Service. MARIO SCHREIBER Cross Country; Track. PATRICIA ANN SCHREY Polar-Y; Phy-Chem; Jr. Red Cross; Northerner Agent; Legend Staff; School Service; M.L.C. LARRY CARL SCHUBERT Cyclotron Club; Hi-Fi; J.F.L.; Phy- Chem; Intramural Speech. ROLLAND LEE SCHWARTZ Nature Club; Camera Club; Rifle Club; Intramural Wrestling. JOHN SCOTT ROBERT JAMES SCOTT, JR. Key Club; Phy-Chem; M.L.C. CAROLE ANN SEIBERT Orchestra; Cheering Block; Nature Club; Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Girls ' Choir; G.A.A. MARLA JEAN SESLAR BARBARA JOYCE SHARP Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir; M.L.C. JANET LOUISE SHOWN A Cappella; Chansonettes; Helicon; Globetrotters; Senior Play; Legend Staff; Phy-Chem; J.C.L. 66 ?t throuah the Senior JJoor as freshmen honored us. NANCY LEE SHRIVER Cheering Block; Polar-Y; Jr. Red Cross. DIANE KAY SIMMERMAN Jr. Red Cross; Phy-Chem; Legend Agent; Globetrotters; Cheering Block; J.F.L.; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir. MICHAEL DAN SKINNER Band; Key Club. ARTHUR MICHAEL SMEAD Nature Club; Phy-Chem. CRILLA ANN SMITH Girls ' Choir; Chorus. DELORES ANN SMITH Polar-Y; I.F.L.; G.A.A.; M.L.C.; Varsity Choir; Girls ' Choir; Chorus. RICHARD EUGENE SMITH Rifle Club. R. CLARK SMITH J.F.L.; N.F.L.; Phy-Chem; Globetrotters; I.C.L.; Orchestra; Band. WILADEAN BEVERLY SMITH Archery; Chorus. ANNE CAROL SOSENHEIMER Ripplettes; Legend Staff; Helicon, Mem- bership; Globetrotters; Polar-Y, Point Recorder; F.T.A. LARRY SOUCIE Varsity Basketball; Track; Cross Country; Lettermen ' s Club. DIANE SUE SOUTHERN G.A.A.; Cheering Block; Youth for RICHARD SPAKE RAY EUGENE SPANGLE A Cappella; Male Choir. THOMAS GUY SPICE Varsity Track; Varsity Cross Country; Rifle Club; Intra- CARL ALVIN STABLER Rifle Club. NANCY ANN STARK EL Polar-Y, Vice President, President; J.C.L.; Phy-Chem; Cheering Block; A Cappella; Girls ' Choir; Student Coun- cil; Chorus. THOMAS L. STANSKI Cross Country; Track; Lettermen ' s Club; School Se SHARON ANN STELLNER Legend, Co-Assist. Editor; Student Council; Globetrotters, Secretary; Phy- Chem; Jr. Red Cross; Quill and Scroll; Polar-Y; J.C.L. JEROLD LEE STODDEN Band; Orchestra; N.S.I. ; Key Club; Legend Agent; Phy-Chem. HILKE STOECKELMANN I. C.L.; Student Council; Polar-Y; Rifle Club; G.A.A.; Legend Agent; School Service. THOMAS ROBERT STOECKLEY Band; J.F.L.; J.C.L.; Helicon; Phy- Chem; N.S.I.; Tennis. MAX A. STRAUB A Cappella; Male Cho: Chorus. ;ity Choir LEROY STERLING STROHL, III Student Council, President; Phy-Chem, Vice President, Social Chairman; Globetrotters, Vice President; Key Club; Helicon, Critic; Cross Country; Male Choir. 67 Jne Senior piau, Jne V t latchmaker, " and the banaitet, ROBERT LEE STRONG Rifle Club. SONJA SUE STUCKEY J.C.L.; Jr. Red Cross; Phy-Chem; Chorus; Girls ' Choir; A Cappella; Daffy Dabblers. GORDON ELTON TENNELL Varsity Choir; Male Choir; A Cappella; Triple Trio; J.F.L.; Camera Club. BOB THOMAS NORMA JACQUELYN THOMAS Student Council; Rifle Club; Jr. Red Cross; Daffy Dabblers. MARGARET ELLEN TOMLINSON Legend Agent; Reserve Cheerleader; Cheering Block; Varsity Cheerleader; Chorus; Girls ' Choir. JERRY LEE TRAVERS Math Club; Intramural Golf. KAREN SUE TREESH J.C.L.; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Agent; Northerner Agent; Cheering Block; Globetrotters. GLORIA JEAN UETRECHT Chorus; Girls ' Choir; M.L.C.; Archery. ALBERT CARL UNGERER. JR. J.C.L.; Hi-Y; Phy-Chem; Key Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Intramural Basket- ball. GERALD LYNN VALENTINE Intramural Basketball. TERRY EUGENE VANCAMP JANET LEE VANDERVORT Senior Play; Student Cou ;il; North- chery; Cheer- SAMUEL STEWART VANEVERY LANA RAE VANMETER Archery; Chorus. ROBERT LYNN VANNATTA Junior Class Social Chairman; Band, President; N.S.I. , Parliamentarian; Stu- dent Council, Treasurer; Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; Senior Play; Orchestra. HAROLD RICHARD VOGHT Band; Key Club; Varsity Basketball: Phy-Chem; Intramural Track; Intra- mural Cross Country; Letterman. CAROL JEAN WADE SALLY ANN WAGNER Archery; Cheering Block. LARRY WAYNE WALBURN MARK EDWIN WALLING JAMES HARRELL WANN J.C.L.; Rifle Club; Phy-Chem; Key Club; Football. JUDITH BARBARA WARREN J.C.L.; G.A.A.; Twirling; School Serv- CARL WAYNE WEAVER Intramural Basketball. 68 C uenmc i mitat, made memorable our final ut SANDRA ANDREE WEBSTER J.C.L., Treasurer; Northerner Agent; G.A.A.; Chorus; Girls ' Choir. PAUL JAMES WEHRENBERG Sophomore Class Co-Vice President; Phy-Chem, President; Helicon; Key Club; J.C.L.; J.F.L.; Northerner, Circula- tion Manager, Feature Editor; Hi-Y. LARRY JAMES WEHRLE J.C.L.; Globetrotters; Track; Cross Coun- try; School Service; Phy-Chem. DARLENE KAY WEST SIDNEY KAY WHITE Chorus; Girls ' Choir; Varsity Choir. DENNIS ALLEN WHONSETTLER Audio-V.sual; Band; Intramural Basket- ball; Rifle Club. JAMES RALPH WIGHT Helicon; Globetrotters; Student Council; Key Club; I.F.L.; Freshman Football; Legend Agent; Phy-Chem. DONALD DEAN WILLIAMS Football; Intramural Basketball; Rifle Club. WALLACE FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON Helicon; Nature Club, President; Phy- Chem; N.F.L.; A Cappella; Triple Trio; Senior Play; Varsity Varieties. DIANNE LEE WILLS Chorus; School Service. GARY RAY WISE JACK RANDALL WISE Hi-Fi. DON JEROME WITT Intramural Basketball; Rifle Club. SAMUEL THOMAS WONG MARILYN RUTH WOODS Cheering Block; School Service. KAREN LOUISE WOODWARD Phy-Chem; Legend Agent; School Ser- vice; Cheering Block; I.C.L.; Globe- trotters; Legend Staff; Jr. Red Cross. JOEL ANDREW WORKING Freshman Football; Rifle Club; Stage Club; Intramural Basketball. JAMES LOUIS WORLEY Football, Letterman; Track, Letterman; Key Club; Intramural Wrestling; In- tramural Basketball. JANICE C. WORLINE Rifle Club; School Service; Student MICHAEL BRUCE WORSTER N.S.I. ; Band; Orchestra; Tennis; Phy- Chem; Key Club. PAMELA KAY WRAY Cheering Block; Chorus; Varsity Choir; G.A.A.; Jr. Red Cross. REBECCA ANNE WRIGHT Globetrotters; J.C.L., Vice President; Jr. Red Cross; Legend Staff; Northerner, Assist. Business Manager, Circulation Manager, Feature Editor, News Editor, Assist. Feature Editor; 1500 Club; School Service; Phy-Chem. LARRY ALLAN YANT Track, Letterman; Cross Country; Key Club; M.L.C.; Intramural Basketball; Lettermen ' s Club; Jr. Red Cross. BARBARA KAY YORK Cheering Block; Nature Club; Legend Agent; School Service. tikfamk ith ipnnq came our ienior prom Spnnq pi 1, baccalaureate, and commencement BARBARA ANN ZEIS ROBERT JOSEPH ZERN National Thespians; Stage Crew; School Service; Rifle Club; Intramural Basket- ball. KARL FREDERICK ZIMMERMAN CATHERINE FRANCES ZINK G.A.A.; Daffy Dabblers; Northerner Agent; Polar-Y; School Service. JOHN W. ZION The senioi boys held a hilarious pep session before the second North-South basketball game. Below Jim O ' Brien, Roy Strohl. and Tom Popp rejoice over the dead referee, Dick Graef. Jim Ellenwood well played the role of South ' s coach. 70 Swimming in the Founiainebleau pool was enjoyed by Mike Musto who loured Florida and Cuba during Christmas vacation. WiK TTT ! i 9 mmJL Mrei i " iir T r T Before attending the Christmas formal, Sally Henry and Jim Wight sip punch at Pam Barnum ' s open house party. Commencement is the last assembling of the class of 1960 after which seniors will wind their separate paths into the world. I 1 L -,- • v 71 Seniors Produce Hilarious Comedy The presentation of a hilarious situa- tion comedy, " The Matchmaker, " was given by the senior class. Watching Mrs. Levi, Eve Meyer, match the char- acters of the play to her own satisfac- tion, held the audience to the main plot of the play. The office of Horace Vander- gelder, Mrs. Malloy ' s Millinery Shop, the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant, and Mrs. Van Huysen ' s Boarding House gave the play its colorful settings for the four scenes. Bob Vannatta, as Horace Vandergelder, accompanied secretly to New York by his store clerks, Wally Williamson and Tom Hayhurst, kept the millinery shop in an uproar with their antics. The discoveries at the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant and the conclusion at the boarding house kept the audience in wild excitement. Much to Mrs. Levi ' s satisfaction Mr. Vandergelder, Bob Van- natta, finds his affections swaying away from Mrs. Malloy. In this scene from " The Matchmaker " all secrets fully unfold leaving everyone happy, especially the matchmaker. Eve Meyer. 72 Barnaby. Tom Hayhurst. fearfully looks on while Cornelius Wallace Williamson, is caught out of hiding by Mrs. Levi. Backstage men Bob Zern. John Rader. and Dick Graef pre- pare the curtain, lights, and sound for the opening. Student directors Judy Gordon and Janet Shown stand on the sidelines and keep close tabs on the script. 73 Monsalvatge Inspires Seniors at Banquet " Evening in Crystal, " the senior ban- quet of the class of I960, will long be remembered by all who attended as an evening of enjoyment. As we listened to our toastmaster, Mike Musto, heard our class poem, and sang our school song, we knew we could be truly proud of our senior class. As Mr. Monsalvatge, our speaker, entertained us with his magic and challenged us to our roles after graduation, we were filled with a new incentive to make our goals in life. Our Memorable evening at Cutters ' Chalet was brought to a close as we danced to the music played by Jack Underwood. At the after banquet dance, Marcia Grant and Bill Cunning- ham rock it up to the tune of " In the Mood. " After their dinner at Cutter ' s Chalet, the seniors were held spellbound by the speaker magican, Ray Mansalvantge. 74 " Southern Splendor " Highlights Junior Year This year offered many new experi- ences for the class of sixty-one. Being considered upperclassmen really was a boost. The biggest excitement arose, however, over " Southern Splendor, " the Junior Prom. It was held at the Tokheim Ballroom, and featured the music of Woody Neff. A party afterwards at the Hobby Ranch House was the climax. Mr. Clark served as chairman of the advisors. Junior class officers are Ron Crick, president; Randy Roberts, vice president; John Griffith, secretary-treasurer; and Skip Tanner, social council chairman. Betty Adams Clayton Adams Sandra Adams Barbara Allen Carolyn Amelung Kathleen Andrews John Angel James Armey Robert Armstrong John Arney Bonita Babcock Donna Bair Harold Ballard Michael Banks Sherrie Barman Denny Baron Ronald Barrett Judith Barton Janet Beck Sylvia Berry Bradley Bendure Janice Benecke Donna Bercot Steve Berghoff William Berta Russell Bertrand Barbara Beyerlein Theresa Biddle Paul Biery Linda Birge David Blackwell Sus ' mne Blough Karyn Bobay Wayne Bodey Ila Ann Bohlander Yvonne Bojrab Douglas Boren Phil Boschet Karen Botteron Michael Bourne Arden Bowers Mary Bowers Jean Brasher Carol Brewster Dan Briggs Dorothy Britton Jim Brown Judith Brown Larry Brown Barbara Brudi Gary Bryie William Buesching Jeneba Burke Michael Burkhaltei ■■Hn flHHk MEBBmL ?% Tj b pi ft t) .» - - jif £f f$ CT 0% f»»T « 1 43% t rrS 75 Juniors v «p aai §o ft q ' q £ f ft ft n o 99 " J,4 w ' ' a V, ' - ki k 4 . «kk " v q ft o ft 9 ' § f Q : 5 £1 ft £% (5l( ft ' v " te. k ' : - a £ift oq H r? Charles Burlage Janet Burlage Keith Busse Darlene Butler Robert Byrd Donald Caldwell Linda Callihan Steven Caple Ronald Capps Anne Louise Carey John Carlin Fred Carr Elizabeth Carrington Carol Carroccio Sandra Castret Mary Cataldo John Cavanaugh Karen Cearbaugh Chuck Chambers Barbara Chandler John Chandler Steve Christie Dave Clark Jim Clark Jeffrey Clark Tom Clark Dianna Claxton Joyce Clay Larry Clements James Click S eve Clippinger Phillip Close Linda Clouse Ruth Cobble Barbara Conrad Stan Conrad Sally Coonrad Sandy Cooper Diane Cornelius James Cost John Cozik Ronald Crick Bill Crist Tom Crull Connie Culbertson Ron Cummings William Dau Cathy Davis Robert Davis Jim Davison Jack Dawking Carol Dean Judith de Beaumont Karen Dell Greg DeLong Dailia Dennis Janice Dennis Jerry DeVoult Tom DeNeese Peggy Dey Bill Dick Alan Dickson Gerry Doan Terry Doan Jean Doehrman Shirley Doll Gale Dollarhite Judith Donaghy Sandra Dougherty Ronald Dow Judy Downey Sharon Doyle Linda Duncan Elaine Duxbury Juanita Earl John Eberle Gaye Edgbert Susan Edgerly Sandy Edington Sylvia Egly Stanley Embick Joseph Emenhiser Joe Emmerson Sharon Emrick Thomas Epple Edward Erb Terrell Everett Tom Fair Karen Faust Susan Feller Judith Ferguson Danny Ferris Sandy Fields James Finch Karen Findley Don Firestine Gay Fisher Gene Fisher Gary Flauding 76 Juniors Willard Foote Phil Fortman David Foster Carolyn Fowler Kathy Foy Carol Fraze Pam Friend Sue Fruechtenicht Jack Fulk Barbara Fuzy Robert Gaby Don Gaff Daniel Gage Terry Gard Jarlyn Garling ' Leslie Gaston Karen Gater Cheryl Gates Nancy Gates Richard Geist Ronald Georgi Gerald Geradot William Gerding Allan Girardot Sandra Glenn Marilyn Gordon William Gore Barbara Gorrell Sharon Gorrell Jim Grant Nancy Greene Larry Gress John Griffith Marie Grindley Steve Gross Sharon Guisinger Lois Gump Stanley Guston Mary Lou Haberly Howard Habig Ronald Hadley Barbara Haggard Gary Haire Diane Hanchar Sandra Hanna Keith Hanson Tom Harford Vernon Harp Ronald Harshman Bonita Hart Keith Harter Susan Harter Georgeanne Hatch Beverly Hatcher Sheryl Hatfield Linda Haynes Carol Hazelett Kay Hazelett Walter Hazelett Tammie Jo Heath James Heck Victor Heck Diana Hedeen Junior Hegerfield Stan Heine James Hennon Keith Henschen Linda Henschen David Herbert James Herndon S ' even Hill Michael Hinton Ed-ward Hoerner Sharon Holsworth Kathy Holycross Robert Hosier Bob Houser Sandy Housholder Suzanne Hunsacker Don Hutton Betty Johns Bonnie Johnson Joyce Johnson Margaret Johnson Sharon Johnson Carol Johnston William Johnston Patricia Jones Sharon Jones Jayne Jordan Jeanette Junk David Kaeck Wanda Kahlenbeck Larry Kain Janet Keeler Karen Keesler Carolyn Keller Stephen Kenworthy Diane Kienzle a a fT5 O- si fl £% t% 77 Juniors m o " ftO ft a a Stephen Kiess Bruce King Barbara Kirkpatrick Evelyn Kissick John Kleinman Gary Knappenberger Thomas Kneller Steve Koontz Nancy Korn Charles Kreckman Roberta Krider Donald Kring Lois Kronmiller Roy Krudop Anita Kuckein Lorraine Lamboley Wanda Lane Linda Langas David Latham Mike Laughlin Mike Leadbetter Connie Lee Jacky Lee Kenneth Lee Perry Leggett Sue Leming Larry Linnemeier Billy Lloyd Madolyn Lockwood Joe Long Judy Long Laura Lopez Joyce Lopshire Steve Lopshire Jane Luce Linda Lutton George Lutz Lucy Lyle Suellen Lynch Sandra MaJMt Mary Ann Mannan Nancy Martin William Martin Eddie Masloob Sharon Mathews Don McClish Sue McCully Gerald McEwen Kathy Mcintosh Nancy M«-In ' yre Sharon McKinzie S eve McLean Pat McMe kin Doris Medsker Judi h Mee Brad Merrill Larry Mertz Bob M tzger Judy Meyer Sharon Meyers Keith Michell Lynn Mil«« David Miller Fred Miller William Miller Berniece Millette Bob Mills Carol Mills Peggy Mills Wayne Moehle Valerie Moellering Ann Sue Monnot Nancy Montoney Gary Moore Michael Moore Carol Moorhead Kay Morris S vpn M«ser Douqlas Moses Mike Nahrwold Becky Neat Nancy Nnidhardt Sharon Nemyer Fred Nenis Conn ; e N ' rnlet Carol Nofzinger Judy N " " rge Faye Odom Jerry Oag Jay Osborn Carol Page Richard Parke Gene Parker Patricia Parker Russell Parker Roger Parkerson 78 Juniors Gerry Peckham Pai Pence Bob Peppier Bob Perry Peggy Petty Terry Petty Agnes Poiyak Carolyn .Porter Dennis Porter Pamela Price Imogene Puff Judy Pugsiey David Pulver Phillip Pulver John Purcell - Carolyn Purdy David Putman Gary Quance Colleen Quinn Jon Rabus Don Ramm Jack Ramsey Ron Rang Jud Raver Siephan Reader Larry Redden Larry Redmon Diane Regedanz Linda Reid Vicki Reighter Ellen Reiter Joyce Remenschneide Mike Renforth Lowen Rhodes Ruth Rhodes Stevie Richards Joyce Richhart Stanley Richter Linda Ricketts S.ephen Riggs Nancy Rinehart Sharon Rinker Randy Roberts Sue Roberts Donald Robbins Sue Robnolte Robert Rodgers Raymond Roeback Patricia Roop Philip Roth Barbara Howe Carol Rufner Judy Runyan Tony Runyan Janice Ryder Walter Schafiansk Ellen Schaper James Scheele William Schelm Chuck Schieferstein Judy Schnepp Barb Schram Jan Schrey Dorcas Schrock Jim Schultz Gerry Schwartz Kaaren Seaman Michele Seaman Bonnie Selzer John Semler Sharon Shaver Bill Sheets Steve Shimer Marsha Shoda Bob Shugert Darcie Simpson Whit Sidener John Slough Sarah Slyby Beverly Smith David Smith Gene Smith Harry Smith Jack Smith Joyce Smith Sandra Smith Roslyn Snavely Nancy Snoke Jerry Snyder Doris Somers Lynn Soughan Dale Spangler Susie Spencer William Spencer Mike Spice Judy Sprinkle Martin Stanger Mary Staver Philip Stephan n. fto e j a m m a a o k. . w f% Ctf!j ' Cj B g r - it ' Ji4 k. li fefe i sL dam an a {$ a (s g g § r r a : a § isiyk. a o a a Ka af a ksr W a a s .3 a fi r a i m - 79 Juniors l j 4, w i £5 fS O ! i kk C i fc ' tt 1 . . y . % ( ktt A to v r. Sk " a £) ) if f ( da It £1 CT w Robert Sterling Charlene Stevens jerry S. evens Judy Stevens Michael Stevens Dennis Stewart Karen Stieghiz Glorita Stiver Elizabeth Stone Bud Stout Dan Stout Danny Strall Mike Suciu Dick Summers Lanna Swaim Tom Swank Cheryl Tabacoff Dave Tannas Lonnie Taylor Marcia Taylor Nancy Tennant Dale Terry Bill Thatcher Diane Thieme Betsy Thompson Michael Till Terry Tinkle Francine Tonkel Kathi Tsetse Kaye Tustison Donna Ullyot Ronald Umphrey Phyllis Underwood Donna VanLingen Ruth Vargas Larry Veasey Kathleen Visick Marcyle Volz Larry Wagner Jacqueline Walker Keith Wall Dave Walley Joanne Wahemath Neil Waltenburg Joyce Walters Beverly Wappes Myron Wappes Jerry Warsaw Dianne Wasson Beverly Waters Joseph Weber Richard Weber Brenda Weaver Jerome Wellman Robert White Stephen White David Wilkins Steve Willett Jim Willman James Wilson John Wilson Steve Wilson Charles Wilt Flo Winkler David Wolff Alice Wood James Wood Bob Worley Marilyn Wright Barbara York Darrell Yovan Marilyn Zager Elizabeth Zakhi Judy Zemen Donald Zimmerman David Brayton David Didion Leslie Gaston Phil Klaren Tom Lapp Peggy Manier Judith McArthur Richard Murphy Ruth Park Keith Ranley Donald Scribner Norm Snow Ruby Springer Skip Tanner Dale Wakefield 80 Juniors Guest Steve McLean confers with hostess Lana Swaim on the success of her open house party. Steve especially likes the punch and sandwiches which Lana is serving him. Shown below at a local department store are Susie Edgerly and Linda Lutton choosing their gowns for the Junior Prom. 81 Juniors After a hard-played bas- ketball game, juniors Ron Cummings and Butch Snow relax for a moment at an after game dance. While at a pre-slumber party open house, Pam Friend seems quite elated as she happily beats away on a pillow. 82 Sophomores Plan Spring Picnic Sophomores entered North this year feeling relieved in loosing the title of " frosh. " Interest in school activities this year greatly increased among the class- mates of ' 62 since their greenness had worn off. The class showed its excellent talent and ability to organize well at " Chanson D ' Amour, " the class party. Another class function was the spring picnic which was new traditionally. Miss Fleming was the class advisor. Standing alert to lead the sophomore class are Pat Ormiston, president; Kirby Miller, vice president; Bev Brockett, secre- tary-treasurer; George Fuzy, social chairman. judie Adams Nancy Allen Roger Allen Michael Anderson Terry Arney Marsha Arnold Nancy Artman Richard Bahde Bonnie Bair Eugene Baker Billie Baldwin Sharon Banks Dan Baral Linda Barbour Richard Barnard Dianne Barnett Mary Barrett Carol Bashelier Shirley Battershell David Beach Marjorie Beamer Sherry Beatty Sherryl Beitler Kathleen Bell Richard Beltz Michael Berkey James Bieber Thomas Biggs James Bir Judith Blain Ronald Blain Jerry Blaising Judith Bobilya Kenna Jean Boice Janet Bone Louie Bonham Kathy Bookout Darrel Bourne Edward Bower Cliff Bowers Janet Boyd Sandra Boyles Judith Braby Dale Braun Judy Bredemeyer Philip Breese Mary Briggs Beverly Brockett Craig Brosius Betty Brown Richard Brown Sondra Brown Sue Brown Candace Brubaker a a rs rii a a r ' - c n £} lj| $ O fin 83 Sophomores $ -ft t% f5 •) " i ' ■ 4 X ; Hir fife O O £% r i fil t? ft q 2 f i fll ft- 6HO Larry Bucher Donald Buckmaster Jerry Buckmaster Rosemarie Buerkle Carl Buhr Judith Bulmahn Kenny Buller Robert Butzier Betty Lou Byer Charles Byer Susan Carpenter Kelly Caskey Kenton Cecil Carol Christie Paul Clark Ronald Clingamen James Coen Nancy Coleman Sue Coller Jeffrey Comment Joy Conkling Judi Cook Vicki Coolman Sandra Cotterman Marcia Covault Ronald Crabill Cherry Crandall Bill Cretsinger Don Cromwell Merrilee Crooks Joanne Crull Judi Culbertson Paul Cunningham Sandy Cushing Terry Davis Tom Day Douglas Dayton Judy Delk Gloria Dennis Donald Detter Thomas Dimon Clyde Dively Sue Dobberkau Bonnie Dolnick Terry Dorman Robert Dornself Patricia Doty Donna Dowell Carol Downey Roger Drayer Bessie Dunbar Milton Dunton Linda East Donald Ecenbarger Larry Elder Joan Elliott Carolyn Eloph James England John Engle Judy Ervin Mark Ervin Eileen Erwin Jon Esper Alice Espich John Essex Dennis Es ' .erline Jack Ewing Pe ' .er Faccento Robert Fahrenbach Richard Faith Sandra Kay Farrar Wesley Farrell John Fawcett Cheryl Fee David Feustel Judy Fields Richard Findley Sherman Fisher Steven Fisher Ronald Flickinger Mark Foellinger Sandra Lee Foote James Ford Roger Fortmeyer James Foster Sandy Foster Jerry Fowler Lynn Fowler Owen Fox Ronald Franke Peggy Frantz Rosalee Freiburger Fonda Frenger Jon Fuller James Funk Mary Alice Gall Linda Gardner Tom Garman Alan Garner 84 Sophomores Charles Garnette Carol Garrison Anne Gaskill Judy Gatton Nancyrae Gavalier Dinah Gehrig Jill Gerding Conrad Getz Judith Gibson Michael Gibson Kenneth Gick Donna Gilliam Dixie Gillispie Patricia Givens Sharon Goble ' Larry Godfrey John Goller Judy Gordy Donna Graft Susan Gran Sylvia Grant Mary Ann Graves Martha Gray Russell Gray Nick Grischke Susan Grothaus Ellen Guingrich Mary Guisinger Arthur Hafner Myron Haines William Hakey Bud Hamilton John Hamilton Patrick Haney Ronald Hansen Sandy Happel George Harford Dorothy Harmeyer Charlotte Harris Rebecca Harris Steve Harris Harold Hart Sharon Hartman Carol Harwood Sandra Harvey Anne Hastings Robert Havens John Haverstock Karen Hawk Suzanne Heffley Chere Hensley Carl Heuer Lynda High Gary Hinton Gale Hitchcock Karen Holmes Randy Holocher Bill Honeck Julie Hoover Sharon Horn James Horrell Richard Hostler Bette Houser Gary Hower Jane Ann Hubbard Pat Hudson Martha Huff Myron Huffman John Hughes Ann Therese Huth Bob Insley Dixie Jackson Norman Jackson Michael James Phyllis James Jim Jennings Gale Johnson Pan Johnson Sally Johnson Janna Johnston Kay Johnnston Linda Jones Frank Jordan Judy Jordan Sherry Kammer Judy Kammeyer James Kaop Albert Kaufman Judy Keck Jean Keith Jeanne Keller Shirley Keller William Kelley Aubrey Kellogg Thomas Kemp Richard Kent Peggy Kinney Larry Kinnison Kathleen Kiser a - 1 1 ft ft 1 0 ft J O (? , ft 01) ft 3L. v. _ I o ft ft o x3k«k . dO » ft ft ft ft, lit ;--a. £$ft ? 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Virginia Klug Judith Knepper Cathy Kogin Richard Koons Jill Koontz Susan Korn Mariam Kubay James Kurtz Sheryl Ladwig Susan Lamb Paul Lambert David Languell Maria Lantz Sue Lantz Steve Larimer William Larimer Mary Latham Carol Lavander Judith Leach Susan Le amon Donna Lechleitner Carol Ann Lee James Lee Luanne Lee Steve Leggett Ted Lepird Porter Leslie David Levy Don Lewis Sue Lieberum Ernie Lindenberg Patricia Loucks Pat Love David Lowdermilk David Lucas Darlene Luce David Lutz Vicki Lyon Harold Maas Sondra Mace Beverly Malcy Carol Markwalder Karen Marsh Elin Martens Arlene Martin Lyle Martin Marilyn Martin Robert Martin Thomas Martin Virginia Martin Patricia Masloob Linda Mast Rebecca MrArthur Donald Mcdui-e S even M«-Collister Dan MrCormick Joyce McC --skey Rosalee M-Coy Robert McCulIough Robert McGuire Sue McGuire Jean Mcintosh Sharron McKay Michael McMeen Thomas Meek Ellen Meier Janice Merrill James Metzler Mary Meyer Robert Michell Olympia Milentis Larry Millam Diana Miller Frank Miller John Miller Judy Miller Kirby Miller Roger Miller S eve Miller Sue Miller V rn Miller Thomas Mills Sharon Minyard Max Moore Gloria Moreno Irma Moreno Brenda Morgan Paula Morgan Mia Morris Mary Moses Linda Murphy Michael Murphy Charles Myers Constance Myers Don Myers Gary Myers Larry Myers HI, Sophomores Marilyn Myers Ronald Nagel Jack Nagelsen Rulh Nash Sally Neidhart James Nelson Jean Neuman Terry Newhard Janet Nichols Fred Noll Judy O ' Bear Marsha Odier James Orcutt Pat Ormis ' on Margaret Osborne - Connie Jo Osterholt Sue Oswald Judy Park Ann Patterson Susan Paulson Sandra Penrod Janine Peters William Peters Kathleen Petty Dale Phillips Norma Pieper Michael Pierce Jeanne Pliett William Pool Sandra Potts Steve Powell Gregory Price Robert Price Donald Prosser Sharon Putney Pat Raucci Paul Raver Jim Read Nyla Jean Recht Jerry Redden Mary Reed Bill Reeves Nancy Reimund Marilyn Reiter Shelia Rettig Jim Ri -e Paul Rice Teresa Richard Susan Richards William Richardson Barbara Rider Helene Riodel George Robb Daniel Roberts Garnett Roberts Jim Roberts Tom Roberts Connie Rober ' son Dave Robinson Anne Rogers Elizabeth Rolland Maria Roman Larry Romano Robert Romy Connie Roth Yvonne Rousseau Karol Ruby Robert Ruch Sandra Rutter Karen Sadler Steve Schaefer Sandra Schafianski Cindy Schanlaub Dennis Schellenbach Cynthia Schelper Steve Schieber Dick Schlatter David Schlie William Schlup Catherine Schneide- Barbara Schnepp Tom Schomburg Carol SchroH Sally Schultz Sharon Schultz Judy Schwan Mark Schwan Larry Scott Sandy Scott Don S r ! bner Lee Seffernick Karen Seibert Paul Seibert James Seiler Sharon Sellet Merlen Seslar Don SHerbondy Joan Shimer Mason Shorts £5 {§ w Pk f% «. j r$ f«5 ? s f r i - «a f% f l ( n A a ?% CT} r J?j © 9 S § n k Qj |Hk f! sfc A J ao L k 87 Sophomores o o o o ,ft La 4 £ . C5 0 | a a q n Jack Shutt Jim Sievers Linda Sigler Bill Siler Marilyn Sills Linda Simerman Sus n Simpson Margaret Slack Allen Smith Barbara Smith Carol Smith Judy Smith Linda Smith Rita Smith Roger Smith Sylvia Smith Terry Smith Pam Smock Leslie Snyder Miriam Snyder Bonnie Summer sett Ken Spangle Mary Spice James Stamm Sharon Stark Ulf Stoeckelmann Aria Stomberg Linda Soul Dave Straley Mike Slresser Richard Strong Karen S uckey Ken Sudabaker Dick Slurnpf Leo Summers Diane Sutton Phil Swihart Terry Tabacoff Larry Taylor Sue Ternet Bill Thatcher Marlene Thomas Barbara Thompson Larry Thompson Sue Thompson Mike Thome Barbara Till Rowena Timbrook Johnnie Tom Steve Toon Sue Trimble Steve Troyer Steve Turner Tom Turner Dick Ummel Sandra Underwood Jim VanEvery Bobbie VanMeter Nancy Venderly Yvonne Vergon Wilma Vinci Ray Vining Bob Voght Donna Wade Roger Wagnsr Don Walker Michael Walker Kimball Wall Robert Wall Martin Walter James Wappes Janice Wass Clifford Weaver Larry Weaver Margaret Weaver Nancy Weaver Roy Weaver Jean Webb Charles Wehrenberg Stanley Wells Scott Werling Jean Wert Kenneth Whiteside Glen Whittenburger Judith Widmeyer John Wilding Mary Wilkins Becky Willet Richard Williams Richard Willis ne Wills David Wilson Ruth Wise Sharon Witmer Delbert Wolff Judy Wolff Nancy Woltz Larry Woods James Wright Sophomores Joan Wright Robert Wrigley Dave Wyss Linda Young Roger Yovan Lynne Ziemer Bill Zion Jerry Zirkle Susan Zollars Bobbie Bankson Bill Benninghorf Bill Byer Patrick Cates Millie Clemen ' s Ralph Craig • Carol Dowden Evan Evans Patty Froebe George Fuzy Kenton Griffis Vera Gross Toby Hatch Sharon Hickox Jim Hoar Randy Hunter Bob Johnson Donnie Kurtz Mike Levin Gloria Loney Mike Martin Larry Mettert Judy Miller Pat Mullins Lila Raymer Mason Sharts Dave Spake Dick Ungerer Bonnie Wa ' son Dennis Weiss Janet Wildey Bob York Gene Young Tom Zurbrugg $3 ft £a fa Q ifll O fl iil Hfe . ■. . . h. nt Jte. 1 -_ j wv pMSn %V 4 | Pfe ( i Jill Gerding seems to be distracted too much by her dog and does not notice the card tricks the boys have up their necks. 89 Sophomores Eager to be first to put their posters are prospective candi- dates and their backers from leit to right Martin Walter, Theresa Richards. Roger Wagner and Paul Raver. Catching up on the latest gossip before a slumber are clockwise lower left Joan Shimer, Judy Smith, Cherry Cran- dall, Sylvia Grant, Pat Hudson, Barb Rider, and Jean Keller. The girls are portraying a scene from the talent show which was performed at the Sophomore Party, Chanson D ' Amour. qn " Spring Reigns " Heads Frosh Activities The freshmen this year represented one of the smallest classes to enter North Side in some years. This was due to many freshmen attending junior- highs. The frosh obtained a slight taste of initiation the first day while bowing to the seniors walking up the red carpet, but soon they found their way around the dome and recognized Redskins as being very friendly and helpful. The freshmen held their class party in the spring entitled appropriately " Spring Reigns. " Miss Little advised the class of ' 63 in their activities of the year. Freshman class officers are Steve Esterline, vice president; Ed Haught, social council chairman; John Stewart, president; and seated Sharon Adams, secretary-treasurer. Claudia Ackley Sharon Adams Jack Aiken Michael Aker Henry Altshul Joe Angel Martin Anspach Ronald Armstrong Judy Arnett Rita Askrew Sandra Axon Ronald Bade Ed Baker Donald Barman Barbara Barrett Linda Bartels Danly Bates Dennis Beach Mary Beams Sharon Bear Jim Beberstein Dick Bell Susan Beyerlein Joe Bieber Carol Bishop Jenny Blaising Sylvia Blaising Mary Ann Blakesly Jay Bohlander Leonard Boner Carol Botteron Neil Bowers Susan Bragalone Carol Bratt Larry Brewer Pat Brown Russell Brown Bruce Brunson Roger Bryan Rosalie Bullerman Paul Byus Ron Camp Steven Campbell Steve Carpenter Susan Chapman Mike Claphan Niia Clark Marjorie Claxton Robert Click Joann Coe Cynthia Coleman Ronnie Coleman Marilyn Comer Bob Cook i T9 ' ?(? ' S?f( ft lftft ts f II aM lAL i Qftf Qftft Pi ft ft ft ft 0% ft ft - -. .C 0SL i L i fci 91 Freshmen £3 ft O © A fc .:.. ? if «S O .:,: ■■: 1 ; Carolyn Cook Judy Counterman Ned Crapser Doris Cromwell Ann Cromwell Thomas Cross Karen Current Connie Dager James Dave Bill Davis John Dehnert Carolyn Demsey Judith Dennis Tom Dewart Kenneth Didier Eleanor Diek Bobbie Joe Dohner George Drew Darlene Duriey David Ehrman Lynn Ann Ellingwood John Elson Stuart Emmons Steven Esterline Michael Fair Sharon Faulkner Richard Fisher Gloria Fleischman James Fretz Steve Furst Bonnie Gard Barbara Gardener Virginia Gaunt James Gause Patrick Geary Gary Georgi Judy Ann Gilbert Paul Gilpin Richard Gilreath Nancy Glenwith Jack Gooley James Gottfried John Gross Vera Gross James Grove Joseph Hagadorn Dennis Haifley Helen Hallien Steve Hansen Tom Hardesty Bessie Harding Lois Harding Dan Harter Jane Hatch Becky Hatcher Kathryn Haughey Edward Haught Michael He ft elfin ger Gene Heiser Patricia Hertig Harriet High Mary Hobbs James Hohman Gloria Hollopeter Cheryl Holsworth Jill Holsworth Constance Homeyer Thomas Hormer Hugh Hosbein Susan Householder Aleta Sue Howard Jeanette Huett Nancy Anne Hunt Ann Marie Hunter Penny Hurst Kay Hutton Charles Jackson Kathleen Jackson Marilyn Jackson Carol Johnson Darlene Johnson Warren Johnson David Johnston Richard Kahlenbeck Linda Sue Kaiser Carol Kapp Carol Kavanaugh James Keller Diane Kemp Janice Kensill Judy Kienzle David Kinne Gary Knepper Nancy Knight Stephen Konow Konnie Kumfer 92 Freshmen Nancy Landsaw Tom Landsaw Sue Levy Karol Logsdon Terry Lommatzsch Helen Luckadoo LaVerne Lutz Linda Lyon Rodger Macy Garry Manes Michael Mangan Beth Ann Marshall Robert Martin Thomas McAfee Richard McLean ' James McNutt Sherrill McSpadden Lynn Mecklenburg Anita Medsker Ray Meek Gregory Meister Roberta Mennewisch Donald Miller Douglas Miller Janyce Miller Patricia Miller Robert Milton Dorothy Moore Judy Moore Stan Moore Bob Moreno Nash Moreno Bill Morningstar Karen Mueller Judith Musselman Alan Meyers Stanley Needhan Kathryn Nichols James Nolan Angela Nowlin Barbara Ann O ' Day Virginia Olesan Nancy Olinger Stephen Onion Richard Osborn David Patterson Jane Ann Payne Stephan Pence Bonnie Penfold Yolanda Perez Marvin Peterson Steven Pfeiffer Linda Ann Phillips Lynne Phillips Carole Pierce Frank Pipino Scott Pitser Mike Pletcher Connie Price Beverly Pressler Mary Pulver Nancy Quinn John Ransburg Charlene Reece Larry Reinking Rose Remenschneider Sally Roberts James Romano Kenneth Root Carol Ross Kathy Lynn Ross Barbara Salmon Michael Sanders Ann Carolyn Saylor Judy Schaef Carol Schanlaub Jean Scherer David Schmidt Dave Schumaker James Seely Wayne Seth David Sharpe Claralyn Shearer Gloria Sible Gerald Siegel John Simmons Jim Small Bob Smith Cathy Smith John Smith Sharon Smith Steven Smith Gary Spongier Lois Speidell Samuel Spencer Bernarn Squires Janet Steward John Stewart David Stillman f% % %«, : » kL ' a— V Am HI -a rib 93 Freshmen a f t a! 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' - 1 m y 3 a- 4 , i fa fa - « © Q jp _ Li£ s o a ; ft f$ $ a a £1 a a e Jon Stucky Pamela Swaim Janet Tannehill Kathleen Thomas Thomas Till Dave Turrin Harvana Unger Antonia Vargas David Voelker Jim Voirol William Volkman Carol Wallace Diana Kay Warner Judy McArthur Randy Webster Robert Weisbachm Robert Weisenburger Steven Weiss Daniel Wheller David Williams James Williams Michael Wilt Sue Winkelmann Ken Woodward Karen Worrell Kenneth Yoder Judy Young Brett Ziemer Cheryl Zimmerman Steven Zollers Joyce Zurbrugg Carol Adams Jerry Andrews JoAnn Arney Marcia Arney Steve Arnold B-cki Barcus Sandra Bojinoff Karen Butler Mary Cerveris Don Chattin Sandra Chandler Steve Clark Audrey Dahl Janet Duxbury Sue Franklin Kathleen Gorrell Steven Gorrell Marcia Gressley Linda Griner Dennis Haifley Ray Hanson Randy Harter Walter Hattery Terrie Haviland Betty Hedges Holly Helmke Jeanet Huett Dan Hyndman Judy Jacobs David Johnson Jean Kintz Todek Kubav Richard Lamprecht Diana Lee Rebecca Lotz George Lutz Lorna Mclntyre Carol McSorley Jim Muter Gerald Niss nbaum Suzanne Noll Shirley Pope Bud Poyser Penny Roberts Mary Sayles Judy Scheele Suellen Scheele Lee Seiferwick Douglas Short Art Sivits Karen Tsetse Steve Turner Betty VanDuer Paula Watus Jim Wilson Harley Winkleblack 94 Freshmen These Frosh girls find that building snow men is still enjoy- able even though the most snow is on them. These Freshmen girls soon become accustomed to the divided lunch system at North as they show their lunch tickets to Mrs. Senger before they enter the cafeteria. Studying is certainly a big part of attending North Side as do these Freshmen find while they study hard in the cafe. 95 € WE LEARN OUTSIDE I V foments to VKemembt 96 OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES 97 Voice of Redskins Heard Front row: Janet Beck, Luanne Lee, Susie Lantz, Beth Marshall, Darlene Luce, Kathy Jackson, Jane Hubbard, Peggy Mills, Pat McMeekin, Stevie Richards. Second row: Doris Medsker, Mary Lou Haberly, Liz Stone, Cathy Smith, Susie Householder, Nita Clark, Sharon Banks, Sally Johnson, Kathy Bookout, Maria Lantz, Millie Clements. Third row: Bob Hansen, Steve Clippinger, Keith Busse, Bob Hakey, Bud Stout. Dave Clark, John Stewart, Don Prosser, Kirby Miller, Dick Schlatter. Back row: Ron Crick, Randy Roberts, Mike Nahrwold, Dennis Stewart, Paul Byus, Jim Nolan, Jon Fuller, Larry Weaver, Wesley Farrell, Richard Willis, Pat Ormiston. Tw o Student Council mem- bers display the turkeys which were given away at the Student Council dance " Turkey Trot. " Through Student Council Front row: Carol Rang. Sally Henry, Janet Vandervort, Eve Meyer. Ruth Fall, Sue Maxwell, Liz Busian, Jo Ann Chrzan, Sarah Dixon. Second row: Charlotte Harmeyer, John Bentz. John Knight, Gary Buelow. Roy Strohl, Jim Howard, Dave Jennings, Orley Holzworth, Forest Redding. Diane Scheele. Back row: Mr. Robertson, Bob Vannatta, Bill Cunningham, Mike Ormiston, Tom Popp, Bob Kabisch, Jack Hallenbeck, Mike Musto. Karl Pfister. Student Council officers are, seated: Roy Strohl, president; Jo Ann Chrzan, secretary. Standing: Jack Hallenbeck, vice- president; John Knight, sergeant-at-arms; Bob Vannatta, treasurer; Bill Cunningham, parliamentarian. The Student Council is comprised of elected representatives from each home- room and all clubs. Through the co-op- eration between faculty and Student Council members, effective projects are undertaken. The Council sponsored two war orphans and collected food and clothing for needy families during the Christmas season. Get Acquainted Day and Courtesy Week were other projects. One segment of the Student Council, the Safety Council, devotes its time to make the student body more conscious of safe and courteous driving. Leading the Stu- dent Council were the following: Presi- dent, Roy Strohl; Vice-President, Jack Hallenbeck; Secretary, Jo Ann Chrzan; Treasurer, Bob Vannatta; Parliamen- tarian, Bill Cunningham; Sergeant-at- Arms, John Knight. 99 Front row: Deanna Hinshaw, Eve Meyer, Anne Sosenheimer, Liz Busian, Sally Henry, Judy Rice, Joan Rhodes, Roberta Guingrich, Daisy Gore. Second row: Sandy Cooper, Mary Lou Haberly, Kathy Foy, Leslie Gaston, Stevie Richards, Sandy Adams, Janet Beck, Charlotte Harmeyer, Ren Wall, Janet Shown. Third row: Carolyn Amelung, Barbara Allen, Pam Friend, Ellen Schaper, Barbara Brudi, Diane Regedanz, Sherry Hatfield, Anne Hastings, Bill Schelm, Bill Benninghoff, James Finch. Fourth row: Chuck Wehrenberg, Forest Redding, Richard Hostler, Tom Hawk, Gary Buelow, John Met ' s, Bill Buesching, Steve Caple, Tom Hayhurst, Jim O ' Brien, Jim Howard. Back row: Bob Kabisch, Wallace Williamson, Tom Popp, Dave Bash, Mike Nahrwold, Jim Wight, Roy Strohl, Tom Stoeckley, Mike Ormiston, Dick Graef. Helicon Promotes Interest In Literature Helicon was organized to study the literary achievements of authors, poets, and essayists. The main purpose of the club this year was the study of con- temporary literature. They sponsored a Christmas Party for the Allen County In- firmary. Other activities included the Spring Tea and Senior Farewell. Offi- cers were as follows: Jim Howard, presi- dent; David Bash, vice-president; Tom Popp, secretary; Dick Graef, treasurer. The advisors are the Misses Mabel Greenwalt and Mildred Huffman, Eng- lish teachers. Le ft: Initiation is an exciting experience for newcomers as they find Helicon ' s ideals and vow their service to the club. Right: Tom Hawk, Helicon president, asks for approval of the secretary ' s minutes as read al a typical meeting. Front row: Jim Davison, Bruce Bade. Tom Lindenberg, Dick Graef, Pete Bojrab. Second row: Mr. Wert, Norm Snow Bud Cumrnings, Ron Crick, Steve Rinne. Third row: John Bentz, Bob Arnold. Steve Fortmeyer, Jerry Stodden, Tom Hayhurst Bri Jim Worley. Dave Bower. Back row: Gary Haire, Pat Ormiston. Dan Skinner, Bill Buesching, Tom Cook. Jim Wight, James Long, Joe Emmerson. Stout, Ron ice Worster, Bonifas. Joe Key Club Develops and Creates Ideas Key Club was founded for the purpose of developing leadership in preparation for the future. Membership in this school service club, sponsored by the North- west Kiwanis Club in Fort Wayne, is open to any sophomore, junior, or senior boy recommended and approved by club members. This year the club published the North Side Key and sponsored an after-game dance. The advisors of the club are Mr. Richard Wert and Mr. Glen Bickle. Front row: Jim O Brien, Jack Hallenbeck, Mike Ormiston, Al Ungerer, Steve Roberts. Second row: Chuck Wehrenberg, Dick Schlatter, Tom Garman, Jim Wann, John Metts, Steve McLean. Third row: Dick Ungerer, Martin Walter, Keith Wall, David Scherer, Jim Howard, Howard Habig. Tom DeNeese. Sam Schoepke. Back row: Dick Vcght, Larry Yant, Terry Bashelier, Dave Bash, Roy Strohl, Hank Henry, Jim Scott, Dave Smith, Dennis Stewart. Hi- Y Promotes Better Citizenship Hi-Y, the school branch of the Young Men ' s Christian Association organiza- tion, works hard at promoting good will and maintaining high standards of moral character. This club is affiliated with the state and national Hi-Y organizations. Under the able advisor, Mr. John Malott, the club participates in various service projects, such as, the annual World Serv- ice Drive and this year ' s dance, put on by all the Hi-Y clubs in Fort Wayne. Hi-Y is open to any boy who wishes to join, and it provides many activities for its members. This year ' s agenda in- cluded panels and public speakers. Tom Brubaker headed the club this year as president. Mr. Pugh also advises Hi-Y. Newly elected Hi-Y president, Tom Brubaker, receives the gavel from Mr. Malott, advisor. Front row: Mason Sharts, John Wilding. Jim Grove, Jim Roberts. Doug Moses. Second row: Mr. Malott, Dave Bower, Randy Roberts Jerome Wellman, Al Ungerer, Bill Siler, Howard Habig. Back row: Tom DeNeese, Jim Read, Mike Bourne, Pete Bojrab, Tom Brubaker, Steve Heller, Sam Schoepke, Mr. Pugh. 102 Front row: Miss Foster, Judy Leach, Jane Hatch, Sherry Ha ' field, Ellen Schaper, Diane Regedanz. Second row Bonnie Penfold Carol Harwood Judy deBeaumont, Liz Stone, Rosemarie Buerkle, Judy Bulmahn, Barbara Brudi. Third row: Aleta Howard, Nancy Ve ' nderly 5!! n _ M ° rt ns ' , Pam .l oh . ns °. n .- Llnd . a Stout,_ Carolyn_ Keller, Sharon Stark, Helen Hallien, Carol Froze, Donna Bair. Back row: Sandy Tarrai. ' , Billie Baldwin, Sally Johnson! --— --. ' — — -- ' — .— V . VH ., wu .w. z „ iicuci, uhuiuii oiuia, jititfn numen, uaroj r raze, vo Ellen Meier, Ann Huth, Mary Beams, Darlene Durfey, Kay Regedanz. Nancyrae Gavalier, Maria Ro Polar- Y Offers Pleasure and Service Polar-Y strives to further promote the aims of the Y.W.C.A., which are improv- ing the mind, body, and spirit. It pro- vides many activities including various service projects for hospitals, Y-Teen conferences, a potato chip sale, and a faculty tea. Leading the club as officers were the following: Charlotte Harmeyer, president; Pam Friend, vice-president; and Sherry Hatfield, secretary-treasurer. The sponsors are Miss Foster and Miss Bell. Front row: Charlotte Harmeyer Judy Long, Cheri Altekruse, Dorothy Harmeyer, Pam Friend, Marjorie Bell. Second row: Sue McGuire, h™™ w u ' 5 L Kamm , er ' ?° nd Y 1° " =- Sandy Cushing, Kay Johnston. Third row: Diana Warner. Claralyn Shearer, Nancy Artman, Nancy Woltz, Mary Moses, Carol Schroff, Jeneba Burke, Barbara Schnepp, Sherry McKay. Back row: Susan Feller. Janet Vandervort. 5 ondra Car.er, Sandy Smith, Sharon Holzworth, Marilyn Reiter, Aria Stomberg, Judy Smith, Joan Shimer, Alice Espich. Front row: Pam Barnum, Judy Rice, Anne Sosenheimer, Sondra Laughlin, Eve Meyer, Sandra Jacquay, Luanne Lee. Second row: Leslie Gaston, Roberta Guingrich, Daisy Gore, Janet Beck, Pat Pence, Florence Winkler, Susan Gregg, Joan Parsons. Third row: Patricia Jones, Carol Fraze, Yvonne Bojrab, Sherry Hatiield, Dawn Bates, Reva Berlin, Carol Rufner, Lois Gump, Pat Roop. Back row: Charlotte Har- meyer, Ellen Schaper, Pam Friend, Sam Schoepke, Arthur Hainer, Bill Schslm, Martha Miller, Margaret Johnson, Barbara Brudi. F. T. A. Cultivates Interest In Teaching Discussing the merits of teaching on a secondary level are Pam Friend, Dawn Bates, Charlotte Harmeyer, and Ellen Schaper, The purpose of Future Teachers of America is to present to the students the vocational opportunities, not only in teaching, but in other fields. Members are aided in choosing their future work by discussions, speakers at meetings, and trips to various colleges. Members of this organization can also further their interest by substituting in classrooms around the dome when the regular teacher is temporarily unavail able. Tutoring was offered by several of the members. Much of the credit for this year is due to the guidance of Mrs. Grace Pen- nington and Mr. James Lewinski. Last semester ' s president was Sondra Jac- guay, and this semester the officers were Charlotte Harmeyer, president; Pam Friend, vice president; Joan Parsons, secretary; Art Haffner, treasurer; Lois Gump, Parliamentarian. 104 Front row: Lucy Feichter, Nancy Motz, Sally Henry, Roy Strohl. Second row: Bobbi Home, Diane Angel, Donna Hagadorn, Sallie Pickering, Susan Guillaume, Shari Hoeppner, Pam Barnum, Julie Hippensteele. Third row: Mary Ann Andreas, Sarah Dixon, Becky Wright, Kay Regedanz, Liz Busian, Sue Maxwell, Dawn Bates, Judy Rice, Anne Sosenheimer, Deanna Hinshaw, Linda Ruch, Jackie Kreider. Fourth row: Roberta Guingrich, Barbara Manning, Bar- bara Hines, Harriet Meek, Carol Ehrsam, Marilyn Hicks, Sandy Read, Diane Scheele, Charlotte Harmeyer, Jill Kinley, Diane Simmerman, Deanna Marquart, Janet Shewn. Fifth row: Ted Kruger, Dave Bower, Pete Bojrab, Jim Wight, Jim Howard, Mike Ormiston! Tom Rupert, Stanley Rowe, Clark Smith, Steve Heller, Jim O ' Brien, Ron Madden. Back row: Jerry Stodden, Eugene Roop, Tom Popp! Wallace Williamson, Bob Kabisch, Mike Musto, Larry Yant, Rex Cecil, Sam Schoepke, Stan Meyer, Bob Kruse, Larry Gilpin. Globetrotters Stimulate World Interest Globetrotters strive to create a better understanding of our world and its people. Members are chosen for their outstanding ability in social science. A biennial project is to sponsor the junior and senior trip to New York City and Washington, D. C. Under the supervision of Miss {Cath- erine Rothenberger and Mr. Harry Young, the activities included an after- game dance, a Christmas party, and a spring picnic. Officers for the first semester were Sally Henry, president; Roy Strohl, vice- president Lucy Feichter, secretary; and Nancy Motz, treasurer. Front row: Ellen Schaper, Carol Fraze, Leslie Gaston, Liz Stone, Bonnie Dolnick. Second row: Judy Schnepp, Pat McMeeking, Carol Rufner, Joyce Remenschneider, Julie Hoover, Barbara Fuzy, Sue Fruechtenicht, Miss Rothenberger. Third row: Sandra Kanna Donna Ducot, Janice Benecke, Wanda Kahlenbeck, Joyce Richhart, Carolyn Amelung, Pat Parker, Gaye Edgbert, Wanda Lane, Carolyn Keller. Fourth row: Diane Regedanz, Sherry Hatfield, Sandy Cooper. Mary Lou Haberly, Kathy Foy, Rick Parke, Bill Johnston, Ron Harshman, Ron Dow. Back row: Mike Bourne, Philip Breese, Mike Walker, Ed Hoerner, Mike Nahrwold, Bill Buesching, Tom Crull, Jim Heck, Howard Habig, Jerry McEwen, Mike Laughlin. o I H n ft 8 8 @ i f-v Q a A rv Front row: Sherry McKay. Sylvia Grant Eve Meyer. Second row: Pat Mullins Bonnie Dolnick, Jackie Lamprecht. Sher ryl Beitler, Lucy Feichter, Forest Red ding. Back row: Jim Richhart, Tom Popp, Wallace Williamson, Bob Kruse. Dark Smith. N. F. L. Wins Honors To belong to the National Forensic League is an honor given to those speech participants who have received a total of twenty-five points. These students enter speech contests in such fields as humorous declamation, oratorical, po- etry reading, and radio announcing. Under their advisor, Mr. Stanley Lee the group works hard to achieve the stand- ards set by the National N.F.L. Along with speech meets, the club members attended conventions dealing with pub- lic speaking. Awards are made at the annual speech banguet. Eve Meyer, president, headed the club this year. While proudly displaying his trophy to Eve Meyer and Bonnie Dolnick, Jim Ellenwood explains how he won it at Howe. Discussing Eve Meyer ' s winning at Peru ol the travelling trophy ior poetry reading are Eve and Mr. Stanley Lee. 106 J. F. L. ' ers Orate Public speaking, debating, and poetry reading are only a few of the fields ven- tured into by the Junior Forensic League members. The club is open to all stu- dents who are interested in the speaking field. These students prepare their speech work for speech meets, and at the same time, work to improve the art of communication. At each meet, points are received according to the work done and the ability of the student. These points are added together, and when a student has earned the proper amount of points, he may become a member of the Na- tional Forensic League. The advisor this year was Mr. Stanley Lee, who assists the students in improving their speaking habits. Choosing declamations for a coming speech tournament are Cheryl Holsworth, Marilyn Comer, and Vernon Robinson. During a J.F.L. meeting, Judy Smith, Harriet High, Rita Smith, Carol Botteron, and Cherry Crandall study current events maga- zines to prepare themselves for extemporaneous speaking. Front row: Jane Luce, Yvonne Vergon, Eve Meyer, Sylvia Grant, Sherry McKay, Joan Shimer, Judy Smith, Bonnie Dolnick, Anne Gaskill. Second row: Jackie Kreider, Kathy Haughey, Helen Hallien, Judy Fields, Judy Gatton, Cherry Crandal, Barb Rider, Diane Simmerman, Ruth Vargas, Pat Hudson. Third row: Anita Medsker, Phyllis Underwood, Linda Birge, Jill Kinley, Claudia Ackley, Cheryl Holsworth, Jackie Lamprecht, Ruth Cobble, Gaye Edgbert, Anne Rogers, Sherryl Beitler. Back row: Carol Johnson, Dianne Wasson, Cathy Smith, Steve Rinne, Clark Derbyshire, Stan Moore, Larry Schubert, Jerry Federspiel, Deanna Marquart, Jeanna Mills, Pat Mullins, Mr. Lee. 107 J. C. L. Studies Roman Civilization The Junior Classical League of North Side is a chapter of the National J.C.L. organization. Under the supervision of the Misses Judith Bowen and Loraine Foster and the Mesdames Amelia Dare, Janet Weber, and Marjorie Spoolstra, this Latin students ' club goes beyond the classroom in unfolding the people and the customs of the Roman civilization. J.C.L. also has a scholarship program, whereby Latin students donate money to help put a student through college who desires to become a teacher of this lan- guage. One of their events was a style show of Roman Costumes. Serving punch at Junior Classical League ' s Christmas party are Jane Hubbard. Stevie Richards. Liz Stone, and Linda Stout. Front row: Mike Nahrwold, Donna Dowell, Jane Hubbard, Linda Stout, George Fuzy. Second row: Pam Friend, Sandra Adams, Anne Hastings. Anne Rogers, Susan Leamon, Sue Oswald, Rosemarie Buerkle, Judith Bulmahn, Karen Hawk, Nancy Artman, Rosalee Freiburger. Third row: Mrs. Dare, Yvonne Rousseau, Janet Boyd, Sandra Potts, Leslie Snyder, Julie Hoover, Sherry McKay, Barb Rider, Linda Mast, Judy deBeaumont, Barb Thompson, Lynda High, Sharon Schultz, Miss Foster. Fourth row: Sally Johnson, Billie Baldwin, Pam Johnson, Sandy Rutter, Maria Roman, Kathy Bookout, Sharon Horn, Brenda Morgan, Margaret Slack, Sharon Sellet, Linda Young, Linda Sigler, Sharon Witmer, Linda Smith, Maria Lantz, Becky Wright. Fifth row: Richard Findley, Stephen Riggs. Carl Heuer, Mike Berkey, Bud Hamilton, Kenton Griffith, Jack Hamilton, Connie Robertson, Sharon Stark, Elin Martens, Nancy Woltz, Judy Schnepp, Marilyn Reiter, Barbara Schnepp. Back row: Bill Buesching, Bill Benninghoff, Paul Raver, Jim Stamm, Jack Breese, Steve Leggett, Larry Scott, David Wyss, Jim Wappes, Steve Schaefer, Richard Willis, Don Prosser, Toby Hatch. 108 Linguists Learn Of European Customs Modern Language Club, made of French and Spanish students with a B or better average, offers an opportunity for members to increase their knowledge of European countries and their customs, primarily those of France and Spain. Its activities include interesting monthly programs and a spring picnic and Christ- mas party. In these latter two activities, M.L.C. is joined by the Junior Classical League organization. Able club advisors this year were Miss Francis Plumanns, Mrs. Jane Griggs, and Mr. Paul Lemke. Leading the club members for the first semester was Stevie Richards, and for the second semester, Ellen Schaper. To prepare for their dance, Mary Lou Haberly, Ellen Schaper, Elaine Duxbury, and Carolyn Keller inspect the hi-fi. Front row: Janet Beck, Liz Stone. Stevie Richards. Ellen Schaper, Barb Brudi. Second row: Ellen Meier, Mary Beams, Joyce Richhart, Carolyn Keller, Judy Leach, Millie Clements, Shirley Keller. Third row: Aleta Howard, Sandy Castret, Janice Benecke, Harriet High, Carol Fraze, Karen Findley, Sandra Jacquay, Janice Merrill. Fourth row: Darlene Duriey, Sally Coonrad, Sue Roberts, Carolyn Porter, Donna Ducot, Margaret Johnson, Karen Sadler, Wilma Vinci, Betty Rolland, Sue Korn, Alice Espich. Fifth row: Alice Wood, Yvonne Bojrab, Mary Lou Haberly, Doug Moses, Dick Schlatter, John Wilding, Donna Ullyot, Judy Smith, Judy Cook, Jeanne Keller, Joan Shimer, Val Mollering. Back row: Miss Plumanns, Mr. Lemke, Jerry Warsaw, S ' eve Caple, Martin Anspach, Owen Fox, Mike Stresser, Ron Madden, Martin Walter, Roy Slrohl, Jim Scott, Tom DeNeese. 109 •Ky, I While visiting Mrs. Wright, Junior Red Cross ' s adopted friend from the Old People ' s Home, Carol Rang, Donna Hagadorn, Cindy Heikow- ski, and Sally Pickering admire her grandchildren ' s pictures. Members of Junior Red Cross visit her each week. Junior Red Cross Benefits Those In Need This year Junior Red Cross members adopted an elderly lady from the Allen County Old People ' s Home and gave her special attention throughout the year. At Christmas they donated toys to needy families. Red Cross held their traditional after-game Valentine ' s Dance and crowned a King and Queen. Sally Pickering, president, was sent, last summer, to a training center at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She returned with many of ideas and much enthusiasm. Other officers were Margo Roth, vice-president; Sandy Cooper, treasurer; Carolyn Kelsey, secretary; Elaine Duxbury, social chairman; Carol Rang, membership chairman; and Donna Hagadorn, publicity chairman. Front row: Sandy Cooper, Elaine Duxbury, Carolyn Kelsey, Margo Roth, Sallie Pickering, Donna Hagadorn. Second row: Carol Rufner, Vernell Gehron, Nancy Motz, Diann Angel, Donna Bair, Sharon Parr, Linda Ruch, Sandy Cushing. Third row: Janet Keeler. Dorcas Schrock, Diane Simerman, Marilyn Hicks, Diane Scheele, Jill Kinley, Sonja Stuckey, Karen Woodward, Sue Roberts, Martha Huff. Fourth row: Mrs. Nusbaum, Joyce Remenschneider, Marilyn Comer, Sandy Castret, Louann Hartman, Nancy Gallmeier, Sarah Dixon, Donna Comer, Karen Hetrick, Barbara Schnepp, Jean Doehrman. Back row: Nancy Huff, Deanna Marquart, Cheryl Holsworth, Sharon Banks, Sharon Stark, Nancy Venderly, Sue McGuire, Pete Poorman, Steve Harter, Mike Harris, Chuck Leonard, Larry Yant, Mike Musto. Selling cokes to thirsty fans are Larry Mettert, Dialene Payton, Diane Hanchar. Shirley Keller, and Mr. Goon, advisor. Booster Club Increases School Svirit Booster Club, one of the first clubs at North Side, organized in 1927, was es- tablished for the purpose of boosting school spirit and promoting good sports- manship. One of their primary functions is maintaining the concession stand at all school athletic events. The organiza- tion sells badges, shakers, and other novelties to students at tournament time. The group also sells refreshments at all home games, thus helping to finance their activities. In conjunction with the cheerleaders, the members of Booster Club supervise all pep sessions and also provide uniforms for the yell leaders. Letters are given as a reward for out- standing work in this service club. The advisors are Mr. Whittern, Mr. Lewis, and Mr. Goon. Front row: Sharon Jones, Judy Ferguson, Beverly Hatcher, Judy Park. Candy Brubaker, Judy Mee, Jackie Kreider, Yvonne Rousseau, Mr. Whittern. Second row: Karen Keller, Elaine Rousseau, Bonnie Selzer, Janice Benecke, Rosalyn Loos. Ruth Lowe, Darlene Anderson, Peggy Mills, Karen Gater, Back row: Jon Esper, James Dapp, Ken Studebaker, Sandy Cotterman, Joy Conkling, Shirley Keller, Tammie Jo Heath, Carol Rulner, Diane Hanchar, Dianna Hedeen. The finished product of Art Club ' s efforts gave a fes- tive air to the main en- trance of the Dome. Gold geometric balls and tradi- tional Christmas greens were the basis for their decorations. Daffy Dabblers Derive Decor Daffy Dabblers is a comparatively new club whose membership is open to stu- dents interested in any type of art. The members have the pleasant task of dec- orating the school halls during the Christmas season, and this year they added the Yuletide spirit to the Cafeteria with colorful decorations. Miss Bell and Mr. McClead led the Dabblers in a very interesting and successful year. The highlight of the club ' s activities was the sidewalk display and sale. This proved to be fun, and the members also added funds to their treasury. Front row: Randy Roberts, Carol Ehrsam, Susan Leamon, Sylvia Grant. Second row: Sue Oswald, Ruth Fall, Sandy Potts, Karen Botteron, Kathy Andrews, Pat Loucks, Janice Merrill, Jill Koontz, Sharon Crain, Judy Delk, Janet Geller, Cathy Zink, Bennie Jo Herndon. Third row: Sharon Banks, Pam Johnson, Diane Hanchar, Carol Rufner, Carol Harpel, Susan Paulson, Jeneba Burke, Dorcas Schrock. Fourth row: Ann Stellner, Kay Regedanz, Nancyrae Gavalier, Sally Johnson, Joan Rhodes, Toni Vargas, Ruth Vargas, Marcyle Volz, Lucy Lyle, Rita Smith, Norma Thomas, Jackie Fidler. Back row: Nancy Huff, Jill Gerding, Sally Henry, Larry Bramblett, Jim Sailor, Douglas Hosier, Tom Rupert, Michael Banks, Stanley Rowe, Audrey Kellogg, Sylvia Beery, Mary Beams, Mr. McClead. 112 Camera Club Holds " Photog ' s " Interest The Camera Club gives students the opportunity to develop their skills in photographing and processing pictures. The members are able to print and en- large their pictures with the use of ex- cellent eguipment belonging to North Side. As a project, Camera Club members show movies in the Audio Visual room during the lunch periods to provide a means of income for the club. To in- crease their knowledge of photography, they visit photographic studios. The officers were as follows: Karl Pfister, president; Kent Cecil, vice-president Jackie Lamprecht, secretary-treasurer Steve Fortmeyer, darkroom manager, and Bob Havens, membership chairman. While working hard at the developing pans. Carl Pfister and Kent Cecil steal a minute to admire one of their fresh prints. Front row: Kent Cecil, Karl Pfister. Second row: Dave Stillman. Jackie La Havens, Mike Thomas, Stanley Rowe, Myron Huffman, Mr. Henderson. iprecht, Tony Martin. Back row: John Stewart, Bob 113 Legend Presents Synopsis Of School Year The Legend, the product of many- hours of hard but satisfying work, is is- sued by the students at the end of the school year. Writers and photographers work together to bring to their classmates a synopsis of the past year. This year the Legend is divided into six different sections. The academic sec- tion was headed by Marcia Grant and Ann Stellner with their assistants Stevie Richards, Judy Stevens, and Janet Shown. Kay Regedanz was the editor of the activity section with Sandy Cooper and Nancy Huff assisting. The section concerning class divisions is sectioned as four complete parts including the senior class section with Linda Ruch, editor, and Vernell Gehron assisting; the junior editor, Karen Hetrick was assisted by Linda Duncan; Becky Wright edited the sophomore section, with her assistant Cherry Crandall; and Carolyn Kelsey, editor of the freshman section was as- sisted by Sylvia Grant. Roy Strohl and Joe Long headed the sports section. They were assisted by David Loudermilk and Stevie Richards. The faculty editor was Liz Busian, with Pat Schrey her assistant; and the business staff, headed by Frank Rucoi, included Ron Crick, Maria Lantz, Sally Pickering, Carol Rang, and Doris Summers. Pam Barnum, Anne Sosen- heimer, and Marilyn Zager worked as copy editors. Index editor and picture editor respectively were Karen Wood- ward and Donna Hagadorn. Photog- raphers for the Legend staff were John Knight, Martin Walter, and Bill Schlup. The editor of the Legend was John Bentz assisted by Marcia Grant and Ann Stellner. Selecting type for the 1960 Legend are John Bentz, editor. The Legend business staff members are Ron Crick, Frank and Ann Stellner and Marcia Grant, co-assistant editors. Ruccoi, manager, Maria Lantz, Sally Pickering, and Carol Rang. .14 The Legend section editors Linda Ruch, Kay Regedanz, Roy Strohl, Carolyn Kel- sey, Marilyn Zager, Anne Sosenheimer, and seated Liz Busian, Becky Wright, and Karen Woodward con- fer on their progress. Checking the quality of their work are Martin Walter, John Knight, and Bill Schlup Legend photographers. Assistant Legend Editors are, seated: Vernell Gehron; Stand- ing: Linda Duncan. Sandy Cooper, Nancy Huff, Pat Schrey, and Cherry Crandall. 115 Summing up the Northerner ' s bills, one of the jobs carried out by the business staff, is manager Jim O ' Brien, while staff members Dale Terry and Ron Crick check for accuracy. The reporters and assistant editors. Judy Smith, Harriet High. Janet Boyd, Judy Leach, Janna Johnson, Janet Vandervort, and Dave Stillman, Check the corrected paper to find their mistakes. Doug Boren, Jim Nolan, and Frank Pipino. Northerner sports staff members, show John Knight the picture size they want. Planning the lay-out of the Northerner is one of the biggest jobs of the editors each week. Dale Terry, Sue Maxwell, Judy Rice, and Reva Berlin cut and rearrange the copy to fit the proper area beiore the paper is sent to the presses. 0 . _ Z £ Northerner Speaks For Redskins Each week subscribers receive their issue of the Northerner, North ' s school paper. The staff, with the help of the advisor, Miss Norma Thiele, work to present their classmates with information concerning the many different fields of activities. First semester editor, Sue Max- well, and second semester editor, Judy Rice, work with their staff to bring out the best in information and interest. Making up the first semester staff were the following: Judy Rice, manag- ing editor, Daisy Gore, news editor, Paul Raver, assistant; Becky Wright, feature editor, Reva Berlin, assistant; Mike Ormiston, sports editor; Dale Terry, advertising manager; Jim O ' Brien, busi- ness manager; Doug Boren, assistant business manager; Judy Rice, circulation manager; Judy Leach, assistant circula- tion manager; Carolyn Kelsey and Janna Johnston, co-exchange editors; Bonnie Dolnick, classroom news editor; Judy Smith, point recorder; John Knight and Martin Walter, photographers. Included in the second semester staff were Dale Terry, news editor; Reva Berlin, feature editor; Doug Boren, sports editor; Ron Crick, advertising manager; Jim O ' Brien, business manager; and Sue Maxwell, student advisor. Assistants were Judy Leach, Bonnie Dolnick, Steve Schafer, Harriet High, and Janna John- ston. Sue Maxwell also worked as cir- culation manager, with her assistant Carolyn Kelsey. Co-exchange editors were Jim Nolan and Frank Pipino, with the classroom news editor being Janet Boyd. Vernell Gehron worked as point recorder. The photographers were John Knight and Martin Walter. At the publication ' s Christmas party. Miss Thiele displays the Typical of the publication ' s Christmas party; much news was perfume given to her by the Northerner and Legend staffs. spread at this " hen party. " 117 Quill and Scroll. Front row: Marcia Grant, Sue Max- well. Second row: Judy Rice. Ann Stellner. Back row: John Knight, Jim O ' - Brien, John Bentz. Honor Societies are Journalists, Aspirations Students with journalistic aspirations work toward membership in Quill and Scroll, an international journalistic hon- orary society. Members must be in the upper third of their class, must have done outstanding work in some phase of journalism, and are chosen by the na- tional executive secretary of Quill and Scroll. Membership is based on the recommendation of the publication ad- visor and the student ' s work. The 1500 Club is an honorary organi- zation whose membership is granted to students who have earned 1500 points writing for, editing or managing the Northerner. The journalists who continue to earn points may receive a silver pin for 3,000 points, a gold pin for 5,000 points, or a letter for 7,500 points; the top award is a gold jeweled pin for 10,000 points. Only Sue Maxwell, Judy Rice and Dale Terry have all of these. 1500 Club. Front row: Becky Wright, Reva Berlin, Judy Leach, Sue Maxwell, Judy Rice. Back row: John Knight, Martin Walter, Ron Crick, Dale Terry, Doug Boren, Jim O ' Brien. Orf v 0 1 National Thespians. Front row: Bobbi Horn, Sally Pickering, Nancy Huff, Shari Hoeppner, Karen Heirick. Back row: Bob Zage Jon Didier, Wallace Williamson, John Rader, John Metis, Mr. Purkhiser. N.S.I. and National Thespians Honor Talent Membership in National Thespians, earned by participation in the dramatic arts program, is awarded in recognition for achievements of the students and faculty. This organization is composed of those devoted to creating interests and advancement in dramatic work. North Side Instrumentalists is dedi- cated to raising the level of musicianship and improving the attitude of the band and orchestra. New members are chosen on an invitational basis at the first of each semester. The pledges must show talent, ambition, and interest. North Side Instrumentalists. Front row: Joan Parsons, Anna Carey, Sandra Jacquay, Karyn Bobay, Leslie Snyder, Jill Kinley, Linda Ruch. Second row: Anne Hastings, Marcia Grant, Carolyn Amelung, Barbara Allen, Vernell Gehron, Nancy Huff, Roberta Guingrich. Third row: Maria Lantz, Ron Crabill, Jim Saxton, Vernon Harp, Tom Hayhurst, Lynn Soughan, Tom Stoeckly, Martha Miller. Back row: Emory Bryan. Bill Cunningham. Bob Vannatta, Bob Havens, Whit Sidener, Jerry Stodden. Bruce Worster, Eugene Roop. 119 Ripplettes Perfect Varied Acquatic Skills North Side is very fortunate to have the Ripplettes, an advanced swimming club. The membership consists of 15 girls; and there is very keen competition to join the club, as only sophomores, juniors, and seniors may join. Each year the regular members judge the tryouts on many swimming and diving feats. The prospects must be able to swim the pool length twenty-two times and main- tain a " B " average scholastically. The big event of the year was the water show in April. Performances were also given at the Y.M.C.A. and the Home Show at the Coliseum. After much practice to perfect their water ballet skills, the Ripplettes combine them to make formations such as this one. Front row: Judy Glock, Jo Ann Chrzan. Ila Bohlander. Second row: Anne Hastings, Colleen Longsworth, Florence Winkler, Karen Seibert, Janet Beckman, Sylvia Grant. Back row: Marcia Grant. Anne Sosenheimer. Carolyn Kelsy, Sally Henry, Barbara Allen, Sandy Read, Jackie Fidler, Sherry Hatfield, Pam Barnum. 120 Front row: Janet Keeler, Jackie Lamprecht, Sharon Stark, Carol Page, Carol Rufner. Joyce Remenschneider. Second row: Linda Phillips, Gale Hitchcock, Jan Nichols, Anne Rogers, Nancy Woltz, Judy Moore, Elin Martens. Third row: Helene Riedel, Dianne Barnett, Sandy Edington, Marlene Thomas. Ruth Vargas, Roberta Krider, Linda Kaiser. Fourth row: Judy Young, Rosalyn Loos, Elaine Rousseau. Donna Lechleitner, Diance Hanchar, Toni Vargas, Rita Smith, Judy Schael, Rose Remenschneider. Back row: Sue Thompson, Sheila Rettig, Judi Ervin, Carol Johnson, Judy Knepper, Karen Marsh, Joan Rhodes, Sandy Read, Dianne Laird. Bonnie Penfold, Sue McGuire. G.A.A. Stresses Health and Sportsmanship Bull ' s-eye! Miss Carroll ' s GAA group is practicing archery for the oncoming season. This is a popular sport in GAA. The North Side G.A.A. , which is under the direction of Mrs. Jeanne Gause and Miss Ruth Carroll, and a member of the statewide Indiana League of High School Girl ' s Athletic Associations, provides an opportunity for extra curricular physical activity. Stimulating mental and physi- cal growth, the club is open to all girls interested in sports activities. The girls earn points, based upon a system established by the state, by par- ticipating in athletic recreation in school, such as swimming, and out of school, such as bo wling, skating, and horseback riding. Special events include trips to clinics and to the state leadership camps. 121 Frcnl row: Ann Stellner. Becky Wright, Liz Busicm, Judy Rice, Sharon Hoeppner, Bobbi Horn. Second row: Jill Kinley, Joanne Klein, Joan Rhodes, Karen Woodward, Diane Simmerman, Diane Scheele, Deanna Marquart, Marilyn Hicks, Linda Ruch. Third row: Nancy S arkel, Vernon Robinson, Bob McCoy, Sam Schoepke, Larry Schubert, Jim Scott, Tom Rupert, Kay Regedanz. Fourth row: John Knight, Rex Cecil, Jim O ' Brien, Tom Stoeckley, Ron Madden, Tom Hayhurst, Clark Smith, John Bentz, Jim Howard, Jack Gaylord. Back row: Dave Bower. Bill Faith, Bob Kabisch, Roy Strohl, Steve Heller, Mike Musto, Karl Pfister, Mike Ormiston, Dick Graef, Dave Bash, Bob Gahman. Phy-Chem Draws " Scientists " Interest Phy-Chem was formed to develop an interest and advancement in the fields of physics and chemistry. It is open to anyone taking either of these classes. The members are given an opportunity to express their interests and to work with others who have the same aspira- tions. The programs consist of a variety of activities, anything from hearing a dis- tinguished speaker on a scientific subject to conducting experiments on electricity. Other activities included an after-game dance and a Christmas party where pizza was served to the members. The club advisors are Mr. Sherman Pressler and Mr. Harold A. Thomas. Presiding over the club first semester was Bud Stout and the second semester, John Knight. Front row: Carolyn Keller, Diane Cornelius, Carol Carroccio, Jan Schrey, Kathy Foy, Peggy Petty. Second row: Pat Parker, Anna Carey, Lois Gump, Alice Wood, Wanda Kahlenbeck, Patricia Jones, Joyce Richhart, Donna Ullyot, Darlene Butler. Third row: Dave Smith, Lynn Soughan, Perry Leggett, Tom Crull, Martin Stanger, Bill Johnston, Ed Masloob, Ron Harshman. Fourth row: Bob Houser, Jim Davison, Ron Dow, Keith Wall, Tom DeNeese, Bill Buesching, Mike Laughlin, Jim Orcutt, Chuck Wehrenberg. Back row: Gary Haire, James Finch, Jim Keck, Dennis Stewart, Arthur Hafner, Jerry McEwen, Howard Habig, Fred Neuls, Dave Kaeck, Bob Metzger. o A o Chansonette members are Susie Guillaume. Barbara Hines, Janet Shown, Connie Maloley, Yvonne Bojrab, Diana Salisbury, Susan High, Bobbie Horn, and Sherry McKay. Triple Trio members are Bob Kabisch. Larry Gilpin, Jim Ellenwood, Bill Maloley, Kent Cecil, Rick Parke, Forest Redding, Richard Hosier, and Bob Bahr, North ' s Majorettes. Front row: Julie Hoover, Cathy Kogin. Barbara Brudi, Nancy Martin, Anita Medsker, Donna Dowell, Carol Davidson. Anne Hastings. Back row: Karen Seibert, Donna Hagadorn, Linda Lutton, Doris Medsker, Beverly Brockett, Judy Glock, Karen Hetrick. Band Provides Entertainment With A Beat During football season, marching takes most oi the band ' s time. North Side ' s Concert Band, consisting of ninety-eight members, is the largest ever to perform. Under the direction of Mr. C. W. Hatt, it added much spirit to the football and basketball games. In the fall of 1959, the band entered the NISBOVA Marching Contest and re- ceived the Sweepstakes award for pre- senting the best music and formations of class A bands. At the Christmas and Spring Concerts, the band delighted audiences. The band also marched in civic parades and furnished music for the pep sessions and twirlers. The band was governed by a board consisting of first chair members and the band officers: Bob Vannatta, president; Rosellen Messerschmidt, vice-president; Sandy Householder, secretary; and Sherry Moore, Music Librarian. Row 1: K. Bobay, T. Hayhurst, E. Bryan, J. Finch, S. Johnson, P. Hoop, I. Parsons, N. Hurl, L. Gump, C. Amelung, M. Miller, R. Graef. Row 2: M. Grant, S. Leamon, B. Dunton, A. Espich, J. Sax ' .on, C. Lavander, T. Arney, J. Emmerson, R. Crabill, R. Messerschmidt, A. Carey, P. Barnum, J. Warsaw, I. Goller, V. Gehron, G. Fuzy, D. Skinner, J. Rhodes, B. Vannatta. Row 3: D. Blackwell. S. Edington, J. Keller, B. Beyerline, C. Dively, S. Carpenter, B. Worster, J. Wellman, G. Meister, D. Sherbondy, B. Marshall, C. Smith, T. Stoeckly, K. Ruby, D. Roberts, B. Havens, S. Zollars, J. Kinley, B. Cunningham, L. Lee, R. Webster, J. Foster, C. Botteron, C. Smith, W. Sidener, S. Beitler, V. Harp. Row 4: S. Householder, R. Crick, T. Kruger, D. Gilliam, B. McArthur, J. Willman, D. Boren, L. Ruch, P. Klaren, D. Terry, R. Parkerson, J. Horrel, G. Coker, S. Caple, R. Hansen, L. Soughan, B. Allen, A. Bowers, B. Gore, D. Voelker, I. Engle, L. Bramblett, D. Clark, I. Stoden, B. Benninghoff. Row 5: Mr. Hatt, S. Grant, B. Schelm, S. Lantz. 124 First row: A. Hastings, D. Rasley, E. Roop, H. Habig, K. Ruby, B. A leu, L. Snyder, J. Warsaw. Second row: A. Rogers, E. Meier, C. Keller, B. Milletts, M. Miller, H. High, N. Artman, L. Gump, C. Amelung, S. Beitler, M. Huff, K. Seibert, E. Guingrich, R. Findley. Third row: O. Fox, C. Smith, J. Musselman, L. Stone, J. Sax;on, K. Bobay, W. Sidener, T. Hayhurst, P. Barnum, S. Pitser, A. Carey, C. Lavander, B. Vannaita, E. Bryan, J. Voirol, S. Zollars, R. Bryan. Fourth row: I».. Slack, D. Pape, S. Lantz, P. Klaren, S. Grant, D. Sherbondy, B. Worster, B. Marshall, L. Bramblett, D. Clark, J. Stodden, L. Soughan, C. Bishop, M. Anspack, K. Studebaker, B. Benninghoft, B. Cunningham. Director C. William Hatt is standing at the rear. Orchestra Plays and Interprets Classics North Side ' s Orchestra, in addition to performing very creditably at the school ' s concerts, journeys to different parts of the state displaying its talent. A new activity of the orchestra is the con- certs given to junior highs to develop an interest in the orchestra. The members of the orchestra learned not only to work together under Mr. C. W. Hatt as director, but also learned to play and understand music of the past and present. Many of the members must sac- rifice their lunch periods to be in the orchestra. The string members of the orchestra organized a symphonetta, which plays at concerts and adds variety to school functions. Through practice, the orchestra perfects its selections. 125 Front row: L. Reid. S. Lynch, B. Barnes. R. Dreger, M. Andreas. S. Dobberkau, B. Hines, J. Shown, C. TabacoH, P. Parker, J. Braby, K. Regedanz, M. Haberly, B. Home, D. Gore. Second row: S. Guillaume, D. Robinson, J. Sprinkel, M. Johnson, Y. Bojrab, J. Rice, P. Froebe, S. Harter. N. Slarkel, D. Salisbury, K. Russell, J. Bowman, S. High, S. Nemyer, D. Cornelius, I. Boyd, P. Pence, S. Pickering, S. McKay. Third row: P. Roth, S. Fortmeyer, I. Bentz, J. Ellenwood, L. Gilpin, W. Williamson, S. Meyer, B. Bahr. R. Hostler, D. Lechleitner, J. Arney. Back row: L. Motz, K. Pfister, R. Wall, A. Haney, D. Lucas, P. Boschet, B. Kabisch, T. Cook, T. Popp, G. Tennell, R. Spangle, K. Cecil, R. Parke, M. Straub. D. Dehnert, S. Stuckey, K. Spangle, B. Richardson, and S. Gustan were absent when the picture was taken. Varied Opportunities Offered Vocalists Beautiful music, ranging from sacred to popular, has been presented by the A Cappella Choir at numerous concerts. Under the able direction of Miss Jeanette Rich, the concerts last from twenty min- utes at Junior High Schools, to an hour and a half at church services. This year the choir numbered seventy-two mem- bers. Four busy choirs, consisting of the Chorus classes, Girl ' s Choir, Male Choir, and Varsity Choir, worked hard to pre- sent enjoyable music, and at the same time, trained for A Cappella Choir. These four choirs consist of approximately 250 members, and are under the direction of Miss Jeanette Rich. Left: Kay Regedanz sings a song at the fall A Cappella picnic. Right: Miss Rich displays her sucker given to her at the picnic. €f 9. Boy ' s Choir, which had its most successful season this year, is open to any male who is interested in vocal music North is the only city school having such a choir. After being in a chorus class for one year, girls may, upon invitation, become members of girls choir. After being in a chorus class for a minimum of one year, vocalists may, upon invitation become members of varsity choir. -::■«■ -A !W , . I - . to?; - - ; . " r REDSKINS FIGHT t j o f emembc 128 ,r: :l ON FOR FAME SPORTS 129 £ p © f f 1 P ft- .jP . P. Varsity football team, front row: Steve Reader, Brad Bendure, Tom Lindenberg, Mike Musto, Jim Worley, Ion Rabus, Ken Meyers, Frank Baughman, Dick Giest, Bob Kabisch, Jack Smith, Duane Gordon. Row 2: Steve McLean, Denny Baron, Steve Shimer, Bill Reeves, Carl Brown, Larry Byers, Tom Cook, Mike Belfry, Tom Duxbury, Bill Hostetter, Jim Davison, Tom Swank, Bill Daniels, Jerry Nuerge, Scott Werling. Back row: Fred Froyd, Bill Kelly, Tom DeNeese, Gene Parker, Don Cromwell, Roger Wagner, Dick lingerer. Bill Pool, 7im Brown, Fred Noll, Gary Quance, Tom Lapp. Redskins Beat Irish in Thrilling Battle One of Indiana ' s toughest conferences was faced by new headman Wave Meyers. Meyers, formerly head coach for the Huntington gridiron, put together a hard-fought but unlucky 1-7 season. Although losing several games, the team put up many last guarter rallies. The back field moved with guick and fast precision with the support of the hard-hitting line. The great aerial attack, which accounted for many of the last second TD ' s, was engineered by guarterback Brad Bendure. Long runs also accounted for several Red- skin TD ' s. All are looking forward to next year with great hope and antici- pation for the success of the team and the coaching staff. uardib 6 North La Porte 20 20 North South Bend Adams 26 6 North South Side 14 6 North South Bend Central 38 20 North Central Catholic 19 6 North Michigan City 39 North Mishawaka 19 130 The football coaches Mr. Zimmerman. Mr. Springer. Mr. Becker, and Mr. Hey confer with head coach Myers on some new plays. Brad Bendure, member of the mighty North Side Varsity squad, attemps to throw a pass for that all important first down. The determined effort of both teams to receive the pass results in a tangled mass of arms and legs. 131 Through the successful completion of the pass by lack Smith, the Redskin team receives another large yardage gain. Top: With the help of another defense man, Fred Froyd dumps a Washington ball carrier at the South Bend-North game. Bottom: Dick Ungerer lunges for that extra yard, but an alert Mishawaka Caveman brings him down. Somewhat startled at the approach of a South Bend Washington Panther, a Redskin breaks away and goes for another long gain. 5! ' 26 ' k W ■-.SB ' A r J(IPI Front r w: D ve Lucas. Russel Ber ' rand, Wes ' ey Farrell, D--v : d Wyss, Tom Day, Al Haney, Johnnie Tom, John Breese, Paul Lambert, Larry Thompson, Steve Koontz. Back row: Steve Larimer, Bob York, Phi] Fortman, Wayne Moehle, Charles Wilt, Dick Ummel, Jim Head, Jim Hoar, Max Moore, Don Walker, Don Ecenbarger, Jim Roberts. Reserves a nd Frosh Train Toward Varsity One of North Side ' s best up-coming Reserve football teams put together a 2-4 season this year under the di- rection of Coach Zimmerman. The team, made up of juniors and sopho- mores, will be a major part of next year ' s Varsity sguad in the fall. Along with the Reserves, the Varsity had another group of on-lookers — this was the Frosh team. The stout- hearted boys, coached by Mr. Becker, put up a fine 3-3-1 season. Front row: Nash Marino, Phil Hudson, Tim York, Steve Konow, Steve PfeiHer, Wyatt Weaver, Scott Pitser, Les Ehrsam, Bill Davis, John Ransburg, Jack Gooley, John Smith, Dan Harter. Second row: Coach By Hey, Jim Keller, Rich McLean, S ' .eve Bulkin. Jim Smith, Hank Al schul, Skip Raseter, Dave Schmidt, S eve Zollars, Rich Kahlenbeck, Dave Higgerman, Tony H?idrich, Jim Tennant, John Richen- dollar. Coach Becker. Back row: Jim Flennor. Tim Strohl, Bud Parker, Doug Seifert, Skip Lesh, John Fawley, Jay Bolander, Jack Aiken, Stuart Emmons, Jon Stucky, John Dehnert, Rodger Macy, Barry Du ' Varsity cheerleaders are Flo Winkler. Connie Gibson. Janet Beckman (captain), Jo Ann Chrzan. and Peggy Tomlinson. Reserve cheerleaders are Linda Clouse. Susie Hel- lley, Connie Lee. Dave Kinne. Joyce Clay. Barb Rider. 134 iA a f flL TJ? m.- The girls ' cheer block led by the Varsity cheerleaders provided color and enthusiasm during the basketball season. , ft H Varsity Cheerleaders, First in State The Varsity cheerleaders Janet Beck- man (captain), Jo Ann Chrzan, Peggy Tomlinson, Connie Gibson, and Flo Winkler proved their excellent leader- ship and co-ordination when they won first place in the state contest for all Indiana high school cheerleaders. The Varsity cheerleaders lead the student body at all Varsity basketball and foot- ball games both at home and away. The Reserve cheerleaders Joyce Clay (captain), Linda Clouse, Barb Rider, Dave Kinne, Susie Heffley, and Connie Lee lead cheers for the reserve basket- ball games, assisted the Varsity cheer- leaders at all other games, and sub- stituted for the Varsity crew in case of illness. The cheerblock added color and en- thusiasm to the basketball games. Led by the Varsity cheerleaders the block met two mornings a week to learn cheers. Mrs. Weber advised the block and Miss Fleming advised the cheer- leaders. The band adds their support while excited Redskin fans show their appreciation ol a fine team by hoisting it up in the air. «-, : V s $W X f t m Demonstrating his enthusiasm and anxiety for North Side ' s basketball team is spirited Redskin coach By Hey. Victory Over Tigers Uariitu 89 North Hartford City 75 41 North Muncie 91 53 North Goshen 60 71 North Central 61 73 North S. B. Washington 77 73 North Auburn 47 69 North La Porte 75 85 North East Chicago Roosevelt 63 66 North Huntington 60 55 North South Side 65 69 North S. B. Riley 64 74 North Central Catholic 77 61 North Elkhart 56 43 North South Side 55 54 North Mishawaka 64 52 North Central 68 69 North Michigan City 63 63 North Concordia 57 57 North S. B. Central 59 64 North S. B. Adams 69 Sectional Tournament 77 North Woodlan 60 60 North Harlan 76 Charging through the decorated hoop, spirited Larry Soucie hurries onto the floor to open another Redskin game. Supervised by Mr. John Petiunk the athletic equipment man- agers Phil Close and Steve Berghoff inspect the washed uniforms. 136 Highlights Season The Redskins proved to be definitely- unpredictable upsetters. By Hey, our experienced coach, led the Redskins through a successful season. The Red and White never won or lost more than two games in a row. The team improved as the season progressed. Their over- all record for the season was 10 wins and 12 losses. High scoring veterans and North ' s all city representatives, Ron Latham and Ron Cummings, set the pace for the team this year. Jim Lang and Larry Soucie were elected by their teammates as honary co-captains. Jack Hallenbeck, Tom Lindenberg, Don Gaff, and Norm Snow were valuable in their categories. North will lose Hallenbeck, Lindenberg, Lang, Latham, and Soucie due to their graduation. In the Woodlan-North game high point man Ron Cummings stretches to make one oi his powerful jump shots. Varsity coaches are (kneeling) Wade Fredrick, headcoach By Hey. Roy Kline. Varsity team players are (standing) Fred Noll, Larry Soucie, Ron Cummings, lack Hallenbeck, Don Gaff. Mark Krieg. Ron Latham, Bill Reeves. Jim Lang, Tom Lindenberg, Butch Snow. Jim Hoar. 137 Building muscles with a medicine ball, setting up plays and shooting baskets were all included in the practice schedule for North ' s Varsity baksetball team. Continuous practice of this type developed our fighting Redskin team. Exercising good team play lim Lang prepares to pass off to a team mate in order to set up a good team play. Soaring high into the air, Don Gaff exerts that extra bit of sudden energy to retrieve that ever important rebound. f Faking a jump shot. Norm Snow waits for a play to be set up which will facilitate the Redskins in raising the score. wm A ieariul Central player looks on while senior Ron Latham exercises perfect form on taking a lay-up shot. 139 Front row: Steve Larimer, Jim Hoar, Fred Noll, Dick Ungerer, B ill Kelly, Kirby Miller. Back row: Coaches Kline and Fredrick. Larry Thompson. Dick Willis, Mark Kreig. Bill Reeves. Scott Wer ling. Coach By Hey. Kline Leads Junior Cagers Under the leadership of Ralph Kline, the Redskins ' Reserve team was led to a 9 win, 1 1 loss season. The majority of the team, being sophomores, were inexperienced, but after a few games, they began to improve their ball hand- ling. Many of the members played with the varsity later in the season. The Reserves ' high-point man was Fred Noll, followed by Mark Kreigh. Jim Hoar, Bill Reeves, and Dick Ungerer were essential for the team ' s success. AVe Serve 40 North Hartford City 42 31 North Muncie 54 41 North Goshen 23 35 North Central 53 44 North S. B. Washington 47 54 North Auburn 28 34 North La Porte 24 33 North South Side 40 36 North S. B. Riley 43 39 North Central Catholic 52 45 North Elkhart 62 43 North Elmhurst 17 54 North Concordia 45 42 North South Side 49 31 North Mishawaka 48 38 North Central 37 39 North Mich. City 58 50 North Concordia 38 58 North S. B. Central 48 46 North S. B. Adams 43 140 Fred Noll helps put up a strong battle against Central ' s reserve team as he adds to the score with an easy lay-up. Frosh Develop Fine All Court Press North Side ' s Frosh team was coached by Wade Fredrick, who guided them through an excellent season of 17 wins and 4 losses. By tromping South Side by fifteen, Central by seven, and Cen- tral Catholic by eleven, they beat every city club at least once during the season. Jack Aiken, Steve Esterline, Rodger Macy, Jim Keller, and Mike Aker were the usual starters. Coach Fredrick feels that his team, being unusually co-op- erative, developed one of the finest full court presses he has seen. Coach Fredrick explains a play for the next frosh game. 51 North Garrett 35 45 North New Haven 15 43 North Northwood 33 44 North Central Catholic 43 44 North Central 55 42 North Central Catholic 49 28 North South Side 30 44 North Lakeside 32 59 North Central 51 48 North Concordia 30 50 North Elmhurst 25 57 North Bishop Luers 43 47 North Bishop Luers 36 35 North Central Catholic 24 51 North Northwood 28 58 North Central 51 44 North Garrett 34 51 North South Side 36 41 North Huntertown 42 Front row: Coach Fredrick, Jim Keller. Steve Esterline, Jack Aiken, Mike Aker, Rodger Macy. Rick McLean. Back row: Steve Konow, John Gross, Len Boner, Dave Shumaker, Bob Milton, John Ransburg. Senior Pete Poorman, the lead man for this year ' s squad, has just completed passing a Central Tiger. Poorman Leads North Side ' s harriers practiced long and hard, but their vigor paid off. Rolla Chambers coached his rugged two mile team to an eleven win two loss season. The Redskins finished third in the N.I.C. cross country meet, third in the sec- tionals, and eighth in the state meet. Pete Poorman was the leader of the pack with Steve Newhard, Leo Sum- mers, Steve Rinne, Jim Scheele, Karl Zimmerman, and Bill Miller making up the rest of the sguad. The harriers will lose Poorman, Newhard, Rinne, and Zimmerman due to graduation, but next year ' s sguad is hopeful of a successful season. Putting lorth that final push, Steve Rinne overtakes a Central Tiger for the Redskin harriers at a Franke Park meet. Taking the lead is Pete Poorman while the entire cross country team runs in typical formation at a Central-North meet. 142 Harriers, 11-2 Season 20 North Central Catholic 38 23 North S. B. Central 33 25 North La Porte 31 33 North New Haven 26 24 North Riley 31 16 North Goshen 46 26 North Mishawaka 30 25 North Michigan City 32 17 North Lima 46 32 North Elkhart 23 15 North S. B. Adams 48 17 North S. B. Washington 444 24 North Fort Wayne Central 33 Exchanging congratulations for a successful season are coach Rolla Chambers and reserve coach Tom Stanski. Front row: George Hart- ford. Ted Summers, Bill Miller. Bud Hamilton, Brad Merrill. Jim Scheele. Top row: Joe Emerson, Jerome Wellman, Pete Poorman, Earl Zimmerman, Steve Rinne, Tom Spice, Steve Newhard. 143 Team Victorious in North Side Relays Jrack Rolla Chambers, North ' s experienced track coach, guided his cinder pounders to a successful season. North starred on their own North Side Relays with 78 points. Lima was second followed by Fort Wayne Central. In the N.I.C. finals North managed to place second. Elkhart won with 54 points; North and Gary Froebel were tied for second with 29 points. Many of the meets were highlighted by Jack Hallenbeck running the hurdles in record time, Pete Poorman in the mile, Tom Stanski in the half-mile, Mike Ormiston in the guarter, Don Cromwell in the 100-yard dash, Jim Worley in the shot-put and Stan Heine in the pole vault. North ' s mile relay team composed of Ormiston, Reader, Shiemer, and Ben- dure also excelled. Front row: Mike Renforth. Steve Moser. Jim Scheele. Brad Bendure. Ed Reader. Steve Rinne. Pat Ormiston. Jim Worley. Mike Belfry. Pete Poorman, Jack Hallenbeck, Tom Stanski. Tom Lindenberg, Steve Newhard. Bill Pool. Second row: Coach Rolla Chambers. Stan Heine, Bill Miller. Wayne Moehle. Bill Reeves. Tom Harford. Wes Ferrell. Jack Smith. Mike Moore, Steve Shimer. Ray Roeback, Scott Werling. Leo Summers, Pete Faccento. Don Walker, Ron Cummings. John Kepler. Tony Runyon. Coach Don Kemp. Third row: Mgr. Joe Emmerson, Ken Meyers. Don Cromwell. Craig Brosius. Bud Hamilton. Dave Lucas. Steve Larimore. Jim Brown. Don Gaff, Fred Froyd, John Rabus. Tom Lapp. Steve Miller. Dick Geist. Bud Stout. Allen Haney. Brad Merrill. Fourth row: Dick Ungerer. Jim Hoar. Paul Lambert. Steve Esterline. Don Prosser. George Harford. Dick Willis. Jerome Wellman. Mark Ervin. Mike Aksr. Sieve Furste, Joe Hagadorn. Paul Bates. Bill Kelley. Dick Barnard. Assistant Coach Joe Springer. Fifth row: Assistant Coach Wave Meyer. Mgr. Bill Siler. John Ransburg. Ed Haught. John Smith. Len Boner. Jack Aiken. Rich McLean. Dick Kahlenbeck. Rodger Macy. Martin Anspach. Bob Mareno, John Gross. Steve Konow. Jack Gooley. Paul DeFrain. Back row: Bob Milton. Ron Hansen. 73 North Culver 26 76 North _ Elkhart 101 46 North Muncie Central 62 North Side Relays 78 North Lima 50 N.I.C. Meet 47 North Elkhart 84 ■ ■ a ! « m i i ' : fi i . I if i »i i I A i Z2L Pete Poorman exerts that final burst ■§■■■ h-i a gi g M ( " " : o, e„e, gy to finish. J £] — _-— C " " — » On the sidelines Redskin trackmen confer with coaches Chambers and Kemp on the success of the Hoosier Relays. ' m «£ 145 North ' s record breaker for both low and high hurdles. Jack Hallenbeck. glides over a hurdle with skill and determination. Cromwell stretches to come out ahead in the 100 yard dash. Following through. Ken Meyers shows good shot-putting form. Determination prevails as Mike Ormiston and Steve Reader attempt to overcome an opponent in the 440-yard dash. 146 Skimming over the crossbar Ray Roeback completes a successful high jump at the North-Muncie-Central meet. WRffSfK Tom Stanski prepares to start with manager Berghoffs aid. The shuttle-hurdle relay team composed of Mike Belfry, Brad Bendure. Jack Hallenbeck, and Bill Miller was the only team to receive a first for North in the Hoosier Relays. 147 Seniors Forest Redding and Mike McVey closed out a suc- cessful season in their last match against Riley. Coach Myron Henderson guided the tennis squad through a 4-4 season. Red- skins played impressively against the teams in the Northern Indiana Confer- ence. They were able to hold off their strongest competitor, Elkhart, with a hard to attain 2-3 score. Despite the loss of several matches by a small margin, the team looked good. Mike McVey, fast moving senior, was elected honorary captain by his team- mates. Mike had an excellent overall record of 13-2. Next year the team will be missing two of their effective mem- bers, Mike McVey and Forrest Redding, due to their graduation. The team should have good depth and is antici- pating a successful season. Pausing for a moment of refreshment after a strenuous vic- torious match are Jay Osborne, Stan Embick, and Jim Sievers. Tennis Squad Defeats Stan Embick, Jim Sievers. Forest Redding, Greg Meister, Jim Foster, Mike McVey. Jay Osborne, and coach Myron Henderson. 148 1 North Goshen 4 2 North Elkhart 3 3 North Michigan City 2 4 North Mishawaka 1 2 North Adams 3 1 North La Porte 4 3 North S. B. Central 2 4 North Riley 1 S. B. Riley, 4-1 Mike McVey winds up for one of his powerful serves. 5 Coach Henderson cads Stan Erabick on his backhand shot. Careful instruction of this type helps develop a good team, 149 Intramurals Increased to Please All Mr. Don Kemp has headed the re- vised intramural program which now includes cross-country, touch football, horseshoes, vollyball, double and single table tennis, spring golf, track, and softball. He feels that the purpose of this extensive program is to offer those boys not enrolled in physical education classes or not able to participate in sports on the varsity level an oppor- tunity for recreation. The fact that approximately 750 boys turned out for intramural activities proves their interest and enthusiasm. Basketball, for which 150 turned out, was most popular. Volleyball and golf were second and third in popularity. Mr. Kemp hopes to keep increasing this program so that everyone may find an activity in which he would like to participate. Those activities to be offered in the future include intramural swim- ming, badminton, and a more extensive wrestling program. An intramural tournament provides an opportunity for Dennis Stewart and Jim Wappes to test their skill at ping-pong. 150 Wrestling is the favorite intramural sport of these Redskins. They favor intramural competition. Golfer Tom Ingmire exer- cises his powerful stroke while Dick Gatton looks on admiring Tom ' s good form. 151 Gym Classes Develop Two years of gym fill the calendar for Redskin boys equaling one credit. This is in accordance with state regula- tion . The boys ' program is based upon training in three fields: swimming, phys- ical development, and work in the gym. Swimming class offers instruction for beginners and racing for the more ad- vanced. In physical development bodies are built through weight lifting, wrest- ling, boxing, and other muscle-toning equipment. Gym work features basket- ball, dodgeball, and volleyball. This divided program provides varied activ- ities allowing the interests of all boys to be fullfilled. Top: Lifting barbells helps Dale Phillips, Dave Weiss, and Larry Scott in physical development class. Bottom: Volleyball is one of the many games which Redskin boys enjoy while doing work in the gymnasium. Swimming class makes a refreshing change from gym class. This class of Mr. Ivy ' s is practicing the racing dive. Body and Character Sacket and bowlit were added to the girls ' sports curriculm this year. Sacket is similar to softball while bowlite is a modified version of bowling. In addition to these sports, archery, speed-a-way, deck tennis, table tennis, and softball were popular. An adapted physical education pro- gram was initiated by the department for girls who cannot take part in the regular program or for those who wish to take care of some special problem. Table tennis, bowlite, badminton, and special exercise are stressed in this class. Swimming is also an important part of the department ' s program. It is di- vided into beginning, intermediate, ad- vanced, and senior lifesaving. After dividing into two teams during their phys-ed class, these girls play a strenuous game of basketball. Girls ' swimming classes are different from boys ' in that the course lasts a full semester. Mrs. Gause instructs the classes. 153 Index Seniors Adams, Bernard 51 Adams, Phillip 51 Adams, Sharon 51 Anderson, Darlene 51, 111 Anderson, Patricia 51 Andreas, Mary Ann .... 51, 105 Andrews, James 51 Angel, Diann 51, 105, 110 Armstrong, Linda 51 Armstrong, Robert 51 Arnold, Robert 51, 101 Ayers, Robert 51 Bade, Bruce 51, 101 Bahr, Bob 51, 123 Banter, Phil 51 Barnard, Leslie 51 Barnes, Barbara 51 Barnes, Patricia 51 Barnum, Pamela 13 51, 104, 105, 120, 124, 125 Barrand, Myrna 51 Bash, David .. 51, 100, 101, 122 Bash, Robert 51 Bashelier, Terry 51, 101 Bates, Dawn 51, 104, 105 Bates, Stephen 51 Bauer, Judy 51 Baughman, Frank 52, 130 Beckman, Janet 28, 52, 120, 134 Bedsworth, Ellin 52 Belfry, Michael .... 52, 130, 147 Bell, Thomas 52 Bentz, John 52, 99, 101, 114, US, 122 Berlin, Reva .... 52, 104, 116, 118 Bertels, John 52 Bewick, Donna 52 Blair, Larry 52 Blair, Michael 52 Bligh, Joe 52 Eobilya, John 52 Bohn, Don 52 Bojrab, Peter .. 52, 101, 102, 105 Boner, Patricia 14, 52 Bonifas, James 52, 101 Borders, Ted 52 Borton, Barbara 14, 52 Bower, David 52 101, 102, 105, 122 Bowman, A. Jean 14, 52 Boxberger, Janice 52 Brabender, Karen 14, 52 Braden, Ida 53 Bramlett, Larry .... 53, 112, 124 Brase, Susan 53 Braun, Barbara 53 Braun, Tom 53 Bredemeyer, Jane 53 Brown, Carl 53, 130 Brown, Judith 53 Brubaker, Tom 53, 102 Bruck, Patty 14, 53 Bryan, Emory 53, 119, 124, 125 Buckmaster, Thomas 53 Buelow, Gary 53, 99, 100 Buesching, Steve 53 Bullerman, Mike 53 Busian, Elizabeth 53 99, 100, 105, 115, 122 Byers, Larry 53, 130 Camperman, John 53 Camplin, Gene 53 Cardone, Diane 53 Carpenter, Daniel 53 Carter, Sandra 53, 103 Castator, Dale 53 Cecil, Rex 53, 105, 122 Chrzan, JoAnn 54, 99, 120, 134 Clements, Jerry 54 Cochran, Stuart A 54 Coe, Janice 54 Colver, Jane 54, 131 Comer, Donna 54, 110 Cook, Thomas 54, 101, 130 Cotterman, Tony 54 Coughlin, Pamela 54 Cox, Faye 54 Cross, Roger 54 Crum, Rita 54. Cummingham, William 4 54, 99, 119, 124, 125 Daniels, William 24, 54, 130 Dauplaise, Tania 54 Davidson, Carol Lee .... 54, 123 Davis, Ralph 54 Dehnert, Donna 54 Derbyshire, Clark 54, 107 Didier, Jon 54, 119 Diehl, Pat 54 Dixon, Eunice 54 Dixon, Sarah 13 54, 99, 105, 110 Doctor, William 54 Doell, William 54 Dougherty, Karen 55 Douglass, Susan 55 Dreger, Rebecca 55 Ducat, Mary Ann 55 Dudley, Emma 55 Dunlap, Barry 55 Duxbury, Tom 25, 55, 130 Ehrsam, Carol 55, 105, 112 Ellenwood, James .. 55, 106, 123 Elliott, R. Eugene 55 Elliott, Sally 55 Epstein, Jack 55 Erhardt, Dianne 55 Ervin, Donna 55 Ervin, Steven 55 Ervin, Paul 55 Fairfield, Barbara 55 Faith, William 55, 122 Fall, Ruth 55, 99, 112 Federspiel, Jerry 55, 107 Feichter, Lucille .... 55, 105, 106 Felber, Marsha 55 Ferrell, Rose Elaine 55 Feustel, Charles 55 Fidler, Jackie 56, 112, 120 Fischer, Joan Ellen 56 Fleencr, Patricia 56 Fleischer, Julianna 56 Fortmeyer, Steven 55, 101 Fox, Gerald 24, 56 Freimuth, William 56 Gabriele, Tana 56 Gahman, Robert 56, 122 Gallmeier, Nancy 13, 27, 31, 56 Gamble, Roger 56 Gardner, Sandra 56 Gaskill, Mary 56 Gatton, G. Richard 56, 151 Gaut, Martha 56 Gaylord, Jack 56, 122 Gehron, Vernell Ruthe 7 56, 110, 115, 119, 124 Geller, Janet 56, 112 Georgi, Richard 56 Getz, Sharon 56 Gibson, Connie 56, 134 Gick, Beverly 56 Gilpin, Larry 56, 105, 123 Glock, Judy 13, 57, 120, 128 Goede, ' udy Ann 57 Goetz, Marjorie 57 Gordon, Duane 57, 130 Gordon, Judith 57, 73 Gore, Daisy 57, 100, 104 Graef, Richard 57 73, 100, 101, 122, 124 Grant, Marcia 57 114, 118, 119, 120, 124 Gray, Marvel 57, 72. Gray, Steven 57 Greenwalt, James 57 Gregg, Susan 57, 104 Grosenbacher, Jerry 57 Greenwald, Ronald 57 Guillaume, Susan .. 57, 105, 123 Guingrich, Roberta 13 57, 100, 104, 105, 119 Habegger, Seane 57 Hagadorn, Donna 13 57, 105, 110, 123 Hallenbeck, Jock 57 99, 101, 137, 145, 146, 147 Hapner, Albert 57 Harmeyer, Charlotte 57 72, 99, 100, 103, 104, 105 Harpel, Carolyn 57, 112 Harris, Michael 57, 110 Hart, Douglas 57 Harter, Steve 58, 110 Hartman, Louann 58, 110 Hartman, Ronald 58 Hartzell, Diane 58 Hartzell, Sandy 58 Hartzell, Suzanne 58 Hattery, Susan 58 Hawk, Thomas .. 11, 27, 58, 100 Hayhurst, Thomas .... 16, 58, 72 73, 100, 101, 119, 122, 124, 125 Haynes, Susan 58 Hegerfield, Mary 58 Heikowsky, Cynthia 58, 110 Heller, Stephen 58 72, 102, 105, 122 Hellwig, Paul 58 Hendricks, Jim 58 Henry, Sara . ' ... 58, 71, 99 100, 101, 105, 112, 120 Herman, Steve 58 Herndon, Bennie Jo 58, 112 Hetrick, Karen 58, 110, 119, 123 Hicks, Marilyn 58, 105, 115, 122 High, Susan 58, 123 Hines, Barbara ... 58, 105, 123 Hinshaw, Deanna 58 72, 100, 105 Hi ppensteele, Juliet 58, 105 Hceppner, Sharon 59 105, 119, 122 Holzworth, Orley 59, 99 Horn, Carol 59 Home, Roberta 59 105, 119, 122, 123 Hosier, Douglas .... 32, 59, 112 Hostman, Charles 59 Hostetter, William 59, 130 Houser, Lois 59 Howard, James 59 99, 100, 101, 105, 122 Huff, Nancy 59 110, 112, 115, 119, 124 Hungerford, Diane 59 Ingmire, Thomas 59, 151 Jacquay, Sandra 59 104, 109, 119 Jennings, David 59, 99 Jennings, JoAnn 59 Jesse, Marilyn 59 Johnson, Douglas 59 Jones, Judith 59 Jones, Rose 59 Kabisch, Robert 59, 99, 100 105, 122, 123, 130 Kagey, Kaye 59 Kalb, Larry 59 Keller, Karen 59, 111 Kelsey, Carolyn 59 110, 115, 120 Kemerley, Ronald 60 Kepler, John 60 Kern, Maria 60 Kienzle, Terry 60 Kinley, Jill 60 105. 107, 110, 116, 122, 124 Kinsey, Kay 60 Kocher, J. Warren 60 Koepke, Becky 60 Klein, Jeanne 60, 122 Knight, John 60 99, 115, 116. 118. 122 Knight, Larry 60 Krammer, Larry 60 Kreider, Jackie .. 60, 105, 111 Kruger, Theodore . 60, 105, 124 Kruse, Robert 60, 105, 106 LaHurreau, Carol 80 Lake, Shiela 60 Lamb, Cara 60 Lambert, Phyllis 60 Lamprecht, Jacky 60 105, 107, 113. 121 Lang, James 60, 137, 138 Lasley, Mildred 60 Latham, Ronald . 60, 137, 139 Lauer, Carol 60 Laughlin, Sondra 61, 104 Lauterberg, Susan 61 Leamon, Linda 61 Lebsack, Jon 61 Lechleitner, David 61 Lee, Larry 61 Leonard, Chcrles . 25, 61, 110 Lewis, Richard 61 Lindenberg, Tom 25 61, 101, 130, 137 Lochner, Tom 61 Lodge, Esther 61 Lommatzsch, Steven 61 Longardner, Elaine 61 Longsworth, Colleen 61, 120 Loos, Rosalyn 61, 111, 121 Lopshire, Larry 61 Love, Jim 61 Loveless, Carol 61 Lowe, Ruth Ann 61, 111 Madden, Ron 61, 105, 109, 122 Mallett, Larry 61 Maloley, Bill 61, 123 Manning, Barbara 61, 105 Marquart, Deanna 61 105, 107, 110, 122 Marquis, Bill 62 Marshall, Harry 62 Martin, Jane 62, 123 Mason, Howard 62 Maxwell, Sue 62 99, 105, 115, 118 McAlhaney, Sharon 62 McCann, Rosena 62 McCann, Russell 62 McComb, Dave 62 McComb, Joe 62 McCoy, Robert 62, 122 McCulloch, George 62 McGregor, Robert 13, 62 McGuire, Judith 62 McLaughlin, Merrilee 62 McNett, Marilyn 62 McVey. John Michael 62 148, 149 Meek, Harriet 25, 62, 105 Meinzen, Linda 62 Meredith, Patricia 62 Mertens, Jacqueline 62 Messerschmidl, Rossellen 62, 124 M ettert, Michael 62 Metts, John .. 62, 100, 101, 119 Meyer, Eve 63, 72, 99 100, 104, 106, 107 Meyer, James 63 Meyer, Stanley 63, 105 Meyers, Ken 63, 130, 146 Milentis, Magdalena 63 Miller, Martha 63, 72 104, 119, 124, 125 154 Mitchell, John 63 Mcntoney, Barbara 63 Moore, Clayton 63 Moore, Sherry 10, 63 Moses, Larry 63 Motz, LaMoine 63 Motz, Nancy 63, 105, 11C Murphy, Donald 63 Musto, Mike 63, 71, 99 105, 110, 122, 130 Neuls, Judy 29, 63, 72 Newhard, Steve 63, 143 Norstrom, Steve 63 Nuerge, Jerry 63, 130 O ' Brien, James 63, 70, 100 101, 105, 116, 118, 122 O ' Brien, Ronald - 13, 63 O ' Dell, Ronald 63 Oelfke, Sandra Lou 63 Ormlston, Michael .... 64, 99, 100 101, 105, 122, 146 Osborn, Ned 64 Osborne, Basil 64 Owne, Greg 64 Papai, Ken 64 Parker, Bob 64 Parker, Gwen 64 Parrish, William 64 Patterson, Virgil 64 Pfister, Karl ... 64, 99, 113, 122 Pickering, Sally 64 105, 110, 114, 119 Pitchford, Michael 64 Poffenbarger, Vicky 64 Poorman, Pete 64 110, 142, 143, 145 Popp, Thomas 19 64, 70, 99, 100, 105, 106 Porter, LaVon 64, 72 Prada, Joan 64 Ouinn, Kathy 64 Racine, Karen 64 Rader, John 64, 73, 119 Radke, Lorry 64 Rang, Carol ... 64, 99, 110, 114 Reed, Sandra 64, 105, 120, 121 Reddin, Patricia 64 Redding, Forest 65 99, 100, 106, 123, 148, 149 Regedanz, Kay 65 103, 105, 112, 115, 122 Reillng, Linda 65 Reimund, Marilyn 65 Reiter, Mary Helen 65 Rhodes, Joan 65 100, 112, 121, 122, 124 Rice, Judith 65 100, 104. 105, 116, 118, 122 Richards, David 65 Richhart, James 65, 106 Ricketts, Imogene 65 Riley, Linda 65 Rinker, Richard 65 Rinne, Stephen 65 101, 107, 142, 143 Roberts, Stephen 65, 101 Robinson, Diane ... .. 65 Robinson, Vernon ... 65, 107, 122 Rodocker, David 65 Roggy, janis 65 Roman, Suzanna 65 Roop, Eugene .65, 105, 119, 125 Roth, Margo 65, 110 Rouns, Francis 65 Rousseau, Elaine .... 65, 111, 121 Rowe, Stanley 19 66, 105, 112, 113 Ruch, Linda 66 105, 110, 115, 116, 122, 124 Rucoi, Frank 66, 114 Rupert, Tom ....66, 105, 112, 122 Russell, Kay 66 Sacca, Linda 66 Salisbury, Diana 66, 123 Sampson, Barbara 28, 66 Savio, Jon 66 Saxton, James 66, 119, 124, 125 Scheele, Diane 66 99, 105, 110, 122 Scherer, David 66, 101 Schneider, Harold 66 Schoepke, Sam 66 101, 102, 104, 105, 122 Schreiber, Mario 66 Schrey, Patricia 66, 115 Schubert, Larry 16, 66, 107, 122 Schwartz, Rolland 66 Scott, John 66 Scott, Robert .. 66, 101, 109, 122 Seibert, Carole 66 Seslar, Maria 66 Sharp, Barbara 66 Shown, Janet 29 66, 73. 100, 105, 123 Shriver, Nancy 28, 67 Simmerman, Diane 67 105, 107, 110, 122 Skinner, Dan 67, 101, 124 Smead, Michael 67 Smith, Crilla 67 Smith, Delores 67 Smith, Richard 67 Smith, R. Clark 67 105, 106, 122, 124, 125 Smith, Wiladean 67 Sosenheimer, Anne 67 100, 104, 105, 115, 120 Soucie, Larry 67, 136, 137 Southern, Diane 67 Spake, Richard 67 Spangle, Ray 67 Spice, Thomas 67, 143 Stabler, Carl 67 Starkel, Nancy 67, 122 Stanski, Tom 67, 142, 147 Stellner, Ann 67 112, 114, 118, 122 Stodden, Jerry 67 101, 105, 119, 124 Stoeckelmann, Hilke 67 Stoeckley, Thomas 23 26, 67, 100, 119, 122, 124 Straub, Max 67 Strohl, LeRoy 12, 67 70, 99, 101, 104, 109, 115, 122 Strong, Bob 68 Stuckey, Sonja 68, 110 Tennell, Gordon 7, 68 Thomas, Bob 68 Thomas, Norma 68, 112 Tomlinson, Peggy 68, 133 Travers, Jerry 68 Treesh, Karen 68 Uetrecht, Gloria 68 Ungerer, Albert ... 68, 101, 102 Valentine, Gerald 68 VanCamp, Terry 68 Vandervort, Janet 68 99, 103, 116 VanEvery, Sam 68 VanMeter, Lana 68 Vannatta, Robert Lynn 68 72, 99, 119, 124, 125 Voght, Richard 68, 101 Wade, Carol 68 Wagner, Sally 68 Walburn, Larry 68 Walling, Mark 68 Wann, James 68, 101 Warren, Judith 68 Weaver, Carl 68 Webster, Sandra 69 Sehrenberg. Paul 69 Wehrle, Larry 69 West, Darlene 69 White, Sidney 69 Whonsettler, Dennis 69 Wight, James 69 71, 100, 101. 105 Williams, Don 69 Williamson, Wallace 69 72, 73, 100, 105, 106, 119 Wills, Diane 69 Wise, Gary 69 Wise, Jack 69 V itt, Don 69 Wong, Tom 69 Woods, Ruth 69 Woodward, Karen 69 110, 115, 122 Working, A. Joel 69 Worley, James 69, 101, 130 Worline, Janice 69 Worster, Bruce 69 101, 119, 124 Wray, Pamela 69 Wright, Rebecca 69 105, 108, 115, 118, 122 Yant, Larry .... 69, 101, 105, 110 York, Barbara 69 Zeis, Barbara 70 Zern, Robert 70, 73 Zimmerman, Karl 70, 143 Zink, Catherine 70, 112 Zion, John 70 h Adams, Betty 75 Adams, Clayton 75 Adams, Sandra .... 75, 100, 108 Allen, Barbara 75 100, 119, 120, 124, 125 Amelung, Carolyn 75 100, 105, 119, 124, 125 Andrews, Kathleen 75, 112, 124 Angel, John 75 Anspach, James 109 Armey, James 75 Babcock, Bonita 75 Bair, Donna 75, 103, 110 Ballard, Harold 75 Banks, Michael 75, 112 Baron, Denny 75, 130 Barrett, Ronald 75 Barton, Judith 75 Beck, Janet 75, 98, 100, 104, 109 Berry, Sylvia 75, 112 Bendure, Bradley .. 75, 130, 147 Benecke, Janice 75, 105, 109, 111 Bercot, Donna 75 Berghoff, Steven 36, 75 Berton, William 75 Bertrand, Russell 75, 133 Beyerlein, Barbara 75, 124 Biddle, Theresa 75 Biery, Paul 75 Birge, Linda 75, 107 Blackwell, David 75, 124 Blough, Susanne 75 Bobay, Karyn 18 75, 119, 124, 125 Bodey, Wayne 75 Bohlander, Ila Ann 75, 120 Bojrab, Yvonne 75, 104, 109, 123 Boren, Douglas 75, 116, 118, 124 Boschet, Phillip 75 Botteron, Karen .... 75, 107, 124 Bourne, Michael 75, 102 Bowers, Arden 75, 124 Bowers, Mary 75 Brasher, Jean 75 Brayton, David 80 Brewster, Carol 75 Briggs, Dan 75 Britton, Dcrothy 75 Brown, Judith 75 Brown, Jim 75, 130 Brown, Larry 75 Brudi, Barbara 75 100, 103, 104, 109, 123 Bryle, Gary 75 Buesching, William 75 100, 101, 105, 108, 122 Burke, Jeneba 75, 103, 112 Burkhalter, Michael 75 Burlage, Charles 76 Burlage, Janet 76 Buese, Keith 76, 98 Butler, Darlene 76, 102 Byrd, Robert 76 Caldwell, Donald 76 Callihan, Linda 76 Caple, Steven 76, 100, 109, 124 Copps, Ronald 76 Carey, Anne Louise — 76 119, 122, 124, 125 Carlin, John 76 Carr, Fred 76 Carrmgton, Elizabeth 76 Carroccio, Carol 76, 122 Castret, Sandy 76, 109, 110 Cataldo, Mary 76 Cavanaugh, John 76 Cearbaugh, Karen 76 Chambers, Chuck 76 Chandler, Barbara 76 Chandler, John 76 Christie, Steven 76 Clark, David 76, 98, 124 Clark, James 76 Clark, Jeffrey 76 Clark, Tom 76 Claxton, Dianna 76 Clay, Joyce 76. 134 Clements, Larry 76 Click, James 76 Clippinger, Steve 76, 98 Close, Phillip 76, 134 Clouse, Linda 76, 134 Cobble, Ruth 76, 107 Conrad, Barbara 76 Conrad, Stan 76 Coonrad, Sally 76, 109 Cooper, Sandy 76 100, 105, 110, 115 Cornelius, Diane 76, 122 Cost, James 76 Cozik, John 75 Crain, Sharon 76, 112 Crick, Ronald 76 98, 101, 114, 116, 118, 124 Crist, Bill 76 Crull, Tom 8, 76, 105, 122 Culbertson, Connie 76 Cummings, Ronald 76 82, 101, 137 Dau, William 76 Davis, Kathy 76 Davis, Robert 76 Davison, Jim 7 76, 101, 122, 130 Dawking, Jack 76 Dean, Carol 76 deBeaumont, Judith 76, 103, 108 Dell, Karen 76 DeLong, Greg 76 Dennis, Dailia 76 Dennis, Janice 76 DeWeese, Thomas 76 102, 109, 122, 130 DeVoult, Terry 76 Dey, Peggy 76 Dick, Bill 76 Dickson, Alan 76 Didion, David 80 Doan, Gerry 76 Doan, Terry 76 Doehrman, Jean 76, 110 Doll, Shirley 76 Dollarhite, Gale 76 Donaghy, Judy 76 Dougherty, Sandra 76 Dow, Ronald 76, 105 Downey, Judy 76 Doyle, Sharon .— 76 Duncan, Linda 76, 115 Duxbury, Elaine ... 76, 109, 110 Earl, Juanita 76 Eberle, John 76 Eddington, Sandy 76, 121, 124 Edgbert, Gayle ... 76, 105, 107 Edgerly, Susan 76, 81 Egly, Sylvia 76 Embick, Stanley .... 76, 148, 149 Emenhiser, Joseph 76 155 Joseph 76 101. 124, 143 Emrick, Sharon 76 Epple, Thomas 76 Erb, Edward 76 Everett, Terrell 76 Fair, Tom 76 Fairchild, Marilyn 76 Faust, Karen 76 Feller, Susan 76, 103 Ferguson, Judy 76, 111 Ferris, Danny 76 Fields, Sandy 76 Finch, James .. 76, 100, 122, 124 Findley, Karen 76, 109 Firestine, Donald 76 Fisher, Gay 76 Fisher, Gene 76 Flauding, Gary 76 Foote, Willard 77 Fortman, Phillip 77, 133 Foster, David 77 Fowler, Carolyn , 77 Foy, Kathy . .. 77, 100, 105, 122 Fraze, Carol 77 103, 104, 105, 109 Friend, Pamela 77 82, 100, 103, 104, 108 Froyd, Fredric 130, 132 Fulk, Jack 77 Fruechtenicht, Sue 77, 105 Fuzy, Barbara 77, 105 Gaby, Bob 77 Gaff, Donald 77, 137, 138 Gage, Daniel 77 Gard, Terry 77 Garling, Jerlyn 77 Gaston, Leslie 77 80, 100, 104, 105 Gater, Karen 29, 77, 111 Gates. Cheryl 77 Gates, Nancy 77 Geist, Richard 77, 130 Georgi, Ronald 77 Geradot, Gerald 77 Gerding, William 77 Girardot, Allan 77 Glenn, Sandra 77 Gordon, Marilyn 77 Gore, William 77, 124 Gorrell, Barbara 77 Gorrell, Sharon _ 77 Grant, Jim 77 Greene, Nancy 77 Gress, Larry 77 Griffith, John 75, 77 Grindley, Marie 77 Gross, Steven _ 77 Guisinger, Sharon 77 Gump, Lois 77 104, 122, 124, 125 Gustin, Stanley 77 Haberly, Mary Lou 7 7 98, 100, 105, 109 Habig, Howard 32 77, 102, 105, 122, 125 Hadley, Ronald 77 Haggard, Barbara 77 Haire, Gary 77, 101, 122 Hanchar, Diane 77 111, 112, 121 Hanna, Sandra 77 Hanson, Keith 77, 124 Harford, Tom 77 Harp, Vernon 77, 119, 124 Harshman, Ronald 77, 105, 122 Hart, Bonita 77 Harter, Keith 77 Harter, Susan 77 Hatch, Georgeanne 77 Hatcher, Beverly 77, 111 Hatfield, Sheryl 77 100, 103, 104, 105, 120 Haynes, Linda 77 Hazelet, Carol 77 Hazelett, Kay 77 Hazelett, Walter 77 Heath, Tammie Jo 77, 111 Heck, James 77, 105 Heck, Victor 77 Hedeen, Diana 77, 111 Hegerfield, Junior 77 Heine, Stan 77 Hennon, James 77 Henschen, Keith 77 Henschen, Linda 77 Herbert, David 22, 77 Herndon, James 77- Hill, Steven 77 Hinton, Michael 77 Hoerner, Edward 77, 105 Holsworth, Sharon 77, 103, 107 Holycross, Kathy 77 Hosier, Robert 77 Householder, Sandy .... 77, 124 Houser, Robert 77, 122 Hunsacker, Suzanne 77 Hutton, Donald 77 Johns, Betty 77 Johnson, 3onnie 77 Johnson, Joyce 77 Johnson, Margaret 77, 104, 109 Johnson, Sharon 77 Johnston, Carol .... 77, 107, 121 Johnston, William .. 77, 105, 122 Jones, Patricia ...... 77, 104, 122 Jones, Sharon 77, 111 Jordan, Joyce 77 Junk, Jeanette 77 Kaeck, David 77, 122 Kahlenbeck, Wanda 77 105, 122 Kain, Larry 77 Keeler, Janet 77, 110, 121 Keesler, Karen 77 Keirns, Sandra 77 Keller, Carolyn 77 103, 105, 109, 122, 125 Kenwo.-thy, Stephen 77 Kienzle, Diane 77 Kiess, Stephen 78 King, Bruce 78 Kirkpatrick, Barbara 78 Kissick, Evelyn 78 Klaren. Philip 80, 124, 125 Kleinman, John 78 Knappenberger, Gary 78 Kneller, Thomas 78 Koontz, Steven 78, 133 Korn, Nancy 78 Kreckman, Charles 78 Krider, Roberta 78, 121 Kring, Donald 78 Kronmiller, Lois 78 Kuckein, Anita 78 Krudop, Roy . 78 Laymeyer, John 78 Lamboley, Lorraine 78 Lane, Wanda 78, 105 Langas, Linda 78 Lapp, Thomas 80, 130 Latham, David 78 Laughlin, Mike .... 78, 105, 122 Leadbetter, Mike 78 Lee, Connie 78, 134 Lee, Kenneth 78 Lee, Jacky 78 Leggett, Perry 78, 122 Leming, Susan 78 Linnemeier, Larry 78 Llyod, William 78 Lockwood, Sue 78 Long, Joe 7. 78, 101 Long, Judy 78, 103 Lopez, Laura 78 Lopshire, Joyce 78 Lopshire, Steven 78 Luce, Jane 78, 103 Lutton, Linda 78, 81, 123 Lyle, Lucy 78, 112 Lynch, Suellen 78 Lutz, George 78 Mallett, Sandra 78 Maloley, Connie 123 Manier, Peggy 80 Mannan, Mary Ann 78 Martin, Nancy .. 78, 123 Martin, William 78 Masloob, Eddie 78, 122 Mathews, Sharon 78 McArthur, Judith 80 McClish, Donald 78 McCully, Susan 78 McEwen, Gerald .... 78, 105, 122 Mcintosh, Kathy 78 Mclntyre, Judith 78 McKinzie, Sharon 78 McLean, Steven 78, 81, 101, 130 McMeskm, Pat 73, 98, 105 Medsker, Dons 78, 98, 123 Mee, Judith 78. Ill Merrill, Brad 78, 143 Mertz, Larry 78 Metzger, Robert 78, 122 Meyer, Judith 78 Meyers, Sharon 78 Mitchell, Keith 78 Mileff, Lynn 78 Miller, David 78 Miller, Fred 78 Miller, William .... 78, 143, 147 Millette, Berniece 78, 125 Mills, Carol 78 Mills, Peggy 78, 98, 111 Mills, Robert 78 Moehle, Wayne 78, 133 Moellering, Valerie .... 78. 109 Monnot, Ann Sue 78 Montcney, Nancy 78 Moore, Gary 78 Moore, Michael 78 Moorhead, Carol 78 Morris, Kay 78 Moses, Stephen 78 Moses, Douglas .... 78, 102, 109 Murphy, Richard 80 Nahrwold, Mike 78 98, 100, 105, 108 Neat, Becky 78 Neidhardt, Nancy 78 Nemyer, Sharon 78 Neuls. Fred 78, 122 Noll, Fred 130, 137 Nicolet, Connie 78 ! Nofzinger, Carol 78 Nuerge, Judith 78 Odom, Faye 78 Ogg, Jerry 78 Osborn, Jay 78, 149 Page, Carol 78, 121 Park, Ruth 80 Parke, Richard 105, 123 Parker, Gene ._ 78, 130 Parker, Patricia ... 78, 105, 122 Parker, Russel 78 Parkerson, Roger 78, 124 Parr, Sharon 78, 110 Parsons, Joan 78, 104, 119, 124 Payton, Dialene 78, 111 Peckham, Gary 79 Pence, Patricia 79, 104 Peppier, Robert 79 Perry, Robert 79 Petty, Peggy 79 Polyak, Agnes 79 Porter, Carolyn 79. 109 Porter, Dennis 79 Price, Pamela 79 Puff, Imogene 79 Pugsley, Judy 79 Pulver, David 79 Pulver, Philip 79 Purcell, John 79 Purdy, Carolyn 79 Putman, David 79 Ouance, Gary 79, 130 Ouinn, Colleen 79 Rabus, Jon 79, 130 Ramm, Donald 79 Ranley, Keith 79 Ramsey, Jack 79 Ranley, Keith 80 Rang, Ronald 79 Raver, Jud 79 Reader, Stephen ... 79, 130, 146 Redden, Larry 79 Redmon, Larry 79 Regedanz, Diane 22 79, 100, 103, 105 Reid, Linda 79 Reighter, Vickie 79 Reiter, Ellen 79 Remenschneider, Joyce 79 105, 110, 121 Renforth, Mike 79, 145 Rhodes, Lowen 79 Rhodes, Ruth 79 Richards, Stevie 9 79, 98, 100, 108 Richhart, Joyce 79, 105, 109, 122 Richter, Stanley 79 Ricketts, Linda 79 Riggs, Stephen 79, 108 Rinehart, Nancy 79 Rinker, Sharon 79 Roberts, Randy 29 75, 79, 98, 102, 112 Roberts, Sue 79, 109, 110 Robbins, Donald 79 Robnolte, Sue 79 Rodgers, Robert . 79 Roeback, Raymond . .... 79, 147 Roop, Patricia 79, 104, 124 Roth, Philip 79, 130 Rowe, Barbara 79 Rufner, Carol 79 104, 105, 110, 111, 112, 121 Runyan, Judy 79 Runyan, Tony 79 Ryder, Janice 79 Schafianski, Walter 79 Schapsr, Ellen 10 79, 100, 103, 104, 105, 109 Scheele, James 79, 143 Schelm, William 79 100, 104, 124 Schieferstein, Chuck 79 Schnepp, Judy 79, 105, 108 Schram, Barbara 79 Schrey, Jan 79, 122 Schrock, Corcas ... 79, 110, 112 Schultz, James 79 Schwartz, Gerry 79 Scribner, Donald 80 Seaman, Kaaren 79 Seamon, Michele 79 Selzer, Bonnie 79, 111 Semler, John 79 Shaw, Sharon 79 Sheets, William 79 Shimer, Steve 79, 130 Shoda, Marsha 79 Shugert, Robert 79 Simpson, Darcie 79 Sidener, Whitney ..... 12 79, 119, 124, 125 Slough, John 79 Slyby, Sarah 79 Smith, Beverly 79 Smith, David 79, 101, 122 Smith, Gene 79 Smith, Harry 79 Smith, Jack 79, 130, 132 Smith, Joyce 79 Smith, Sandra 79, 103 Snavely, Roslyn 79 Snoke, Nancy 79 Sncw, Butch 80 82, 101, 137, 139 Snyder, Jerry 79 Somers, Doris 79 Soughan, Lynn 79 119, 122, 124 Spangler, Dale 79 156 Spencer, Susie 79 Spencer, William 79 Spice, Mike 79 Springer, Ruby 80 Sprinkle, Judy 79 Stanger, Martin 79, 122 Staver, Mary 79 Slephan, Philip 79 Sterling, Robert 80 Stevens, Charlene 80 Stevens, Judith 80 Stevens, Michael .80 Stewart, Dennis 9 80, 98, 101, 122, 150 Stieglitz, Karen 89 Stiver, Gloria 80 Stone, Elizabeth 80 98, 103, 105, 108, 109, 125 Stout, Bud 80, 98, 101 Stout, Daniel 80 Stall, Danny 80 Suciu, Mike 80 Summers, Dick 80, 143 Swaim, Lanna 25, 80, 81 Swank, Tom - 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84 Esterline, Dennis 84 Evans, Evan 84 Ewing, Jack 84 Faccento, Peter 84 Fahrenbach, Robert 84 Faith, Richard 84 Farrer, Sandra Kay 84 Farrell, Wesley 84, 98 Fawcett, John 84 Fee, Cheryl 84 Feustel, David 84 Fields, Judy 84, 107 Findley, Richard 84, 108, 125 Fisher, Sherman 84 Fisher, Steven 84 Flickinger, Ronald 84 roellinger, Mark 84 Focte, Sandra Lee 84 Ford, James 84 Fortmeyer, Roger 84 Foster, James 84, 121, 148, 149 Foster, Sandy 64 Fowler, Jerry 84 Fowler, Lynn 84 Fox, Owen 84, 109, 125 Franke, Ronald 84 Frantz, Peggy 84 Freiburger, Rosalee .. 84, 108 Frenger, Fonda 84 Froebe, Patty 84 Fuller, Jon 17, 84, 98 Funk, James 84 Fuzy, George .. 83, 84, 108, 124 Gall, Mary Alice 84 Gardner, Linda 84 Garman, Tom 84, 101 Garner, Alan 84 Garnette, Charles 84 Garrison, Carol 85 Go-skill, Anne 85, 107 Gat ton, Judy 85, 107 Gavalier, Nancyrae 85, 112 Gehrig, Dinah 85 Gerding, Jill .... 17, 85, 89, 112 Getz, Conrad 85 Gibson, Judith 85 Gibson, Michael 85 Gick, Kenneth 85 Gilliam, Donna 85, 124 Gillispie, Dixie 85 Givens, Patricia 85 Goble, Sharon 85 Godfrey, Larry 85 Goller, John . 85, 124 Gordy, Judy 85 Gottfried, Arthur 85 Graft, Donna 85 Gran, Susan 85 Grant, Sylvia 85 90, 106, 107, 112. 120. 124 Graves, Mary Ann 85 Gray, Martha 85 Gray, Russell 85 Griffith, Kenton 85, 108 Grischke, Nick 85 Gross, Vera 85 Grothaus, Susan 85 Guingrich, Ellen 85, 125 Guisninger, Mary 85 Hafner, Arthur 85, 104, 122 Haines, Myron 85 Hakey, William 85, 98 Hamilton, Bud 85, 108, 143 Hamilton, John 85, 108 Haney, Patrick 85, 133 Hansen, Ronald 85, 98 Happel, Sandy . 85 Harford, George 85, 143 Harmeyer, Dorothy 85, 103 Harris, Charlotte 85 Harris, Rebecca 85 Harris, Steve 85 Hart, Harold 85 Hartman, Sharon 85 Harwood, Carol 85, 103 Harvey, Sandra 85 Hastings, Anne 85 100, 108, 119, 120, 123, 125 Hatch, Thoburn 85, 108 Hcvens, Robert 85, 113, 119, 124 Haverstock, John 85 Hawk, Karen 85, 108 Heffley, Suzanne 85, 134 Hensley, Chere 85 Heuer, Carl 85, 108 Hickox, Sharon 85 High, Lynda 19, 85, 108 Hinton, Gary 85 Hitchcock, Gale 85, 121 Hoar, James .... 85, 133, 137, 140 Holmes, Karen 85 Holocher, Randy 85 Honeck, Bill 85 Hoover, Julie 85, 105, 108, 123 Horn, Sharon 85, 108 Horrell, James 85, 124 Hostler, Richard .... 85, 100, 123 Houser, Bette 85 Hower, Gary 85 Hubbard, Jane Ann 85, 98, 108 Hudson, Pat 85, 90, 107 Huff, Martha 85, 110, 125 Huffman, Myron, 85, 113 Hughes, John 85 Hunter, Randy 85 Huth, Ann Therese 85, 103 Insley, Bob 85 Jackson, Dixie 85 Jackson, Norman 85 James, Michael 85 James, Phyllis 85 Jennings, Jim 85 Johnson, Gale 85 Johnson, Pam 85, 103, 108, 112 Johnson, Robert 85 Johnson, Sally 85 98, 103, 108, 112, 124 Johnston, Janna 85, 116 Johnston, Mary 85 Jones, Linda 85 Jordan, Frank 85 Jordan, Judy ' 85 157 Kammer, Sherry 85, 103 Kammeyer, Judy 85 Kapp, James 8b Kaufman, Albert 85 Keck, Judy 85 Keith, Jean 85 Keller, Jeanne 85, 90, 109, 124 Keller, Shirley 85, 109, 111 Kelley, William 85, 130. 140 Kellogg, Audrey 85, 112 Kemp, Thomas 85 Kent, Richard 85 Kinney, Peggy 85 Kinnison, Larry 85 Kisor, Kathleen 85 Klug, Virginia 86 Knepper, Judith 86, 121 Kogin, Cathy 86, 123 Konns, Richard 86 Koontz, Jill 86, 112 Korn, Susan 86 Krieg, Mark 86, 137, 140 Kruchten, Robert 86 Kubay, Mariam 86 Kurtz, Donnie 86 Kurtz, James 86 Ladwig, Sheryl 86 Lamb, Susan 86 Lambert, Paul 86, 133 Languell, David 86 Lantz, Georgelyn 86,96 Lamz, Maria 22 86, 98, 108, 114, 119 Lantz, Sue 86, 124, 125 Larimer, Steve 86, 133, 140 Larimore, William 86 Latham, Mary 86 Lavander, Carol .... 86, 124, 125 Leach, Judith 36 103, 109, 116, 118 Leamon, Susan 86 108, 112, 114 Lechleitner, Donna 86, 121 Lee, Carol Ann 86 Lee, James 86 Lee, Luanne 86 98, 104, 124 Leggelt, Steve 86, 108 Lepird, Ted 86 Leslie, Porter 86 Levin, Mike 86 Levy, David 86 Lewis, Don 86 Lieberum, Sue 86 Lindenberg, Ernie 86 Loney, Gloria 86 Loucks, Patricia 86, 112 Love, Pat 86 Lowdermilk, David 86 Lucas, Davis 86, 133 Luce, Darlene 86, 98 Lutz, David 86 Lyon, Vickie 56 Maas, Harold 86 Mace, Sondra 86 Maley, Beverly 86 Markwalder, Carol 30, 86 Marsh, Karen 86, 121 Martens, Elin 86 Martin, Arlene 86 Martin, Lyle 86 Martin, Marilyn . 86 Martin, Michael 86 Martin, Robert 86 Martin, Thomas 86 Martin, Virginia 86 Masloob, Patricia 86 Mast, Linda 86. 108 McArthur, Rebecca 86, 124 McClure, Donald 86 McCollister, Steven 86 McCormick, Dan 86 McCoskey, Joyce . 86 McCoy, Rosalie 86 McCollough, Robert ........ 86 McGuire, Robert 86 McGuire, Sue 86, 103, 110, 121 Mcintosh, Jean 86 McKay, Sharron 86 103, 106, 107, 108, 123 McMeen, Michael 86 Meek, Thomas 86 Meier, Ellen .... 86, 103, 109, 121 Merrill, Janice 86, 109, 112 Mertens, Elin 86, 108, 121 Mettert, Larry 86, 111 Metzler, James 86 Meyer, Mary 86 Michell, Robert 86 Milentis, Olympic 86 Millam, Larry 86 Miller, Diana 86 Miller, Frank 86 Miller, John 86 Miller, Judy 86 Miller, Kirby .... 83, 36, 98, 140 Miller, Roger 86 Miller. Steve .... 86 Miller, Sue 86 Miller, Vern 86 Mills, Thomas 86 Minyard, Sharon 86 Moore, Max 86, 133 Moreno, Gloria 86 Moreno, Irma 86 Moreno, Brenda 86, 103 Morgan, Paula 86 Morris, Mia 86 Moses, Mary 86, 103 Mullins, Patricia 19 86, 89, 106, 107 Murphy, Linda 86 Murphy, Michael 86 Myers, Charles 86 Myers, Constance 85 Myers, Don 86 Myers, Donnie 86 Myers, Gary 86 Myers, Larry 86 Myers, Marilyn 87 Nagel, Ronald 87 Nash, Ruth 87 Neidhart, Sally 23. 87 Nelson, James 87 Neuman, Jean 87 Nev.-hard, Terry 87 Nichols, Janet 87, 121 Noll, Fred 87, 140 O ' Bear, Judy 87 Odier, Marsha 87 Orcutt, James 87, 122 Ormiston, Pat 17, 83, 87, 98, 101 Osborne, Margaret 87 Osterholt, Connie 23, 87 Oswald, Sue 87, 108, 112 Park, Judy 87, 111 Patterson, Ann 87 Paulson, Susan 19, 87, 112 Penrod, Sandra 87 Peters, Janine 87 Peters, William 87 Petty, Kathleen 87 Phillips, Dale 87, 152 Pieper, Norma 19, 87 Pierce, Michael 87 Pliett, Jeanne 87, 103 Pool, William 87, 130 Potts, Sandra 87, 103, 108, 112 Powell, Steve 87 Price, Gregory 87 Price, Robert 87 Prosser, Donald .... 87, 98, 108 Putney, Sharon 87 Rasley, Donna 87, 115 Raucci, Pat 87 Raver, Paul ... 13, 87, 90, 108 Raymer, Lila 87 Read, Jim 87, 102, 133 Recht, Nyla lean 87 Redden, Jerry 87 Reed, Mary 87 Reeves, Bill ... 87, 130, 137, 140 Reimund, Nancy 87 Reiter, Marilyn 87, 103, 108 Rettig, Shelia 87, 121 Rice, Jim 87 Rice, Paul 87 Richard, Teresa 87, 90 Richards, Susan . 87 Richardson, William 87 Rider, Barbara 87 90, 107 108 134 Riedel, Helene 87, 121 Robb, George 87 Roberts, Daniel 87, 124 Roberts, Garnet! 87 Roberts, James .... 87, 102, 133 Roberts, Thomas 87 Robertson, Constance ... 87, 108 Robinson, David 87 Rogers, Anne 87 90, 107, 108, 121, 125 Rolland, Betty 87, 109 Roman, Maria 87, 103, 108 Romano, Larry 87 Roth, Connie 87 Rousseau, Yvonne 87, 108, 111 Ruby, Karol 87, 124, 125 Ruch, Robert 87 Rutter, Sandra 87, 108 Sadler, Karen 87, 109 Schaefer, Steve 87, 108 Schafianski, Sandra 87 Schanlaub, Cindy 87 Schellenbach, Dennis ... 23, 87 Schelper, Cindy 87 Schieber, Steve 87 Schlatter, Richard 7 87, 98, 101, 109 Schlie, David 87 Schlup, William 87, 115 Schneider, Catherine 87 Schnepp, Barbara 87 103, 108, 110 Schomburg, Thomas 87 Schroff, Carol 87, 103 Schultz, Sally 87 Schultz, Sharon 87, 108 Schwan, Judy 87 Schwan, Mark 87 Scott, Larry 87. 108, 152 Scott, Sandy 87 Scribner, Don 87 Seffemick, Lee 87 Seibert, Karen 87 120, 123, 125 Seibert, Paul 87 Seller, James 87 Sellet, Sharon 87, 108 Seslar, Merlen 87 Sharts, Mason 87, 102 Sherbondy, Don 87, 124 Shimer, Joan 87 90, 103, 107, 109 Shorts. Mason 88 Shutt, Jack 88 Sievers, Jim 88, 148 Sigler, Linda 88, 108 Slier, William 88, 102 Sills, Marilyn 88 Simerman, Linda 88 Simpson, Susan 88 Slack, Margaret .... 88, 108, 125 Smith, Allen 88 Smith, Barbara 88 Smith, Carol 88, 124 Smith, Judy 17 88, 90, 103, 107, 109, 116 Smith, Linda 88, 108 Smith, Rita .... 88, 107, 112, 121 Smith, Roger 88 Smith, Sylvia 88 Smith, Terry 88 Smock, Pam 88 Snyder, Leslie 88, 108, 119, 125 Snyder, Miriam 88 Sommerset, Bonnie 88 Spake, David 88, 89 Spangle, Ken 88 Spice, Mary Lou 88 Stamm, James 88, 108 Stark, Sharon 88 103, 108, 110, 121 Stoeckelmann, Ulf 88 Stomberg, Aria 88, 103 Stout, Linda 88, 103, 1 " 8 Straley, Dave 88 Stresser, Michael 88, 109 Strong, Richard 88 Stuckey, Karen 88 Studebaker, Kenneth . . 88, 111 Stumpf, Richard 88 Summers, Leo 88 Summersett, Bonnie 88 Sutton, Diane 88 Swihard, Phillip .88 Tabacoff, Terry 88 Taylor, Larry 88 Ternet, Susan 88 Thatcher, William 88 Thomas, Marlene 88, 121 Thompson, Barbara 88, 108 Thompson, Larry .... 88, 133, 140 Thompson, Sue 88, 121 Thome, Michael 88 Till, Barbara 88 Timbrook, Rowena 88 Tom, Johnnie 88, 133 Toon, Steve 88 Trimble, Sue 88 Troyer, Steve 88 Turner, Steve 88 Turner, Tom 88 Ummel, Richard 88, 133 Underwood, Sandra 88 lingerer, Richard 88 89, 101, 130, 132, 140 VanEvery, Jim 88 VanMeter, Bobbie 88 Venderly, Nancy .... 88, 103, 110 Veigon, Yvonne 88, 107 Vinci, Wilma 88, 109 Vining, Raymond 88 Voght, Robert 88 Wade, Donna 88 Wagner, Roger 88, 90, 130 Walker, Don 88, 133 Walker, Michael 88, 105 Wall, Kimball 31, 88 Wall, Robert 88 Walter, Martin 17 88, 90, 109, 115, 118 Wappes, James .... 88, 108, 150 Wass, Janice 88 Watson, Bonnie 88, 89 Weaver, Clifford 88 Weaver, Larry 88, 98 Weaver, Margaret 88 Weaver, Nancy 88 Weaver, Roy 88 Webb, Jean 88 Wehrenbera, Charlp= 88 100, 101, 122 Weiss, Dennis 89, 152 Wells, Stanley 88 Werling, Scott 88, 130, 140 Wert, Jean 88 Whiteside, Kenneth 88 Widmeyer Judith 88 Wildey, Janet 89 Wilding, John 88, 102, 109 Wilkins, Mary 88 Willett, Becky 88 Williams, Richard 88 Willis, Richard 88 98, 108, 140 Wills, Jeanne 88 Wilson, David 88 Wise, Ruth 88 Witmer, Sharon 88, 108 Wolff, Deibert 88 Wolff, Judy 88 Woltz, Nancy 88 103, 108, 121 Woods, Larry 88 Wright, James 88 Wright, Joan 89 Wrigley, Robert 89 Wyss, David 89, 108, 133 York, Robert 89, 133 Young, G3ne 89 Young, Linda 89, 108 Yovan, Roger 89 Ziemer, Lynne 89 Zion, William 89 Zirkle, Jerry 89 Zollars, Susan 89 Zurbrugg, Tom 89 158 Ackley, Claudia 91, 107 Adams, Carol 94 Adams, Sharon 91 Aiken, Jack .... 31, 91, 133, 141 Allshul, Henry 91, 133 Andrews, Jerry 94 Angel, Joe 91 Anspach, Martin 91 Armstrong, Ronald 91 Arnett, Judith 91 Arney, JoAnn 94 Areny, Marcia 94 Arnold, Steve 94 Askrew, Rita _ 91 Axon, Sandra 91 Bad?, Ronald 91 Ba.ker, Edwin 91 Ba ' rcus, Beckl 94 Barman, Donald 91 Barrett, Barbara 91 Bartels, Linda 91 Bates, Banly 91 Beach, Dennis .. 91 Beams, Mary 91, 103, 109, 112 Bear, Sharon 91 Beberstein, James 91 Bell, Richard _ 91 Beyerlein, Susan 91 Bieber, Joe 91 Bishop, Carol „ 91 Blaising, Jenny _ 91 Blaising, Sylvia 91 Blakesly, Mary Ann 91 Bohlander, Jay 91 Bojinoff, Sandra 94 Boner, Leonard 91, 104 Botteron, Carol 91, 112 Bowers, Neil 91 Bragalone, Susan 91 Bratt, Carol 91 Brewer, Larry 91 Brown, Pat 91 Brown, Russell 91 Brunson, Bruce 91 Bryan, Roger 91, 125 Bullerman, Rosalie 91 Butler, Karen 94 Byus, Paul 91, 98 Camp, Ronald 91 Campbell, Steven 91 Carpenter, Steve 91 Cerveris, Mary 94 Chaffin, Donald 94 Chandler, Sandra 94 Chapman, Susan 91 Claphan, Mike 91 Clark, Nita 91, 98 Clark, Steve 94 Claxton, Marjorie 91 Click, Robert 91 Coe, Joann 91 Coleman, Cynthia 91 Coleman, Ronnie 91 Comer, Marilyn .... 91, 107, 110 Cook, Robert gi Cook, Carolyn 92 Counterman, Judy 92 Crapser, Ned 92 Cromwell, Ann 92 Cromwell, Doris 92 Cross, Thcmas 92 Current, Karen 92 Dager, Connie 92 Dahl, Audrey 04 Dave, James g2 Davis, William 92, 133 Dehnert, John 92, 133 Demsey, Carolyn 92 Dennis, Judith 92 Dewart, Tom 92 Didier, Kenneth 92 Diek, Eleanor 92 Dohner, Bobbie Joe 92 Drew, George 92 Durfey, Darlene .... 92, 103, 109 Dusbury, Janet 94 Ehrman, David 92 Ellingwood, Lynn Ann 92 Eison, John 92 Emmons, Stuart 92, 133 Esierline, Steven .... SI, 92, 141 Fair, Michael 92 Faulkner, Sharon 92 Fisher, Richard 92 Fleischman, Gloria 92 Franklin, Sue 94 Fretz, James 26, 92 Furst, Steve 92 Gard, Bonnie 92 Gardener, Barbara 92 Gaunt, Virginia 92 Gajse, James 92 Geary, Patrick 92 Georgi, Gary 92 Gilbert, Judy Ann 92 Gilpin, Paul 92 Gilreath, Richard 92 Glenwith, Nancy 92 Gooley, Jack 92, 133 Gorrell, Kathleen 94 Gorrell, Steven 94 Gottfried, James 92 Gressley, Marcia 94 Griner, Linda 94 Gross, John 92, 141 Gross, Vera 92 Grove, James 92 Hagadorn, Joseph 92 Haifley, Dennis 92, 94 Hallien, Helen 92, 103, 107 Hansen, Steve 92 Hanson, Ray 94 Hardesty, Tom 92 Harding, Bessie 92 Harter, Dan 92 Harter, Randy 94 Hatch, Jane 92, 103 Hatcher, Becky 92 Haviland, Terrie 94 Haughty, Kathryn 92, 107 Haught, Edward 91, 92 Hedges, Betty 94 Heffelfinger, Michael 92 Heiser, Gene 92 Helmke, Holly 94 Hertig, Patricia 92 High, Harriet 92 107, 109, 116, 125 Hobbs, Mary 92 Hohman, James 92 Hollopeter, Gloria 92 Holsworth, Cheryl 92, 107 Holsworth, Jill 92 Homeyer, Constance 92 Horner, Thomas 92 Hosbeen, Hugh, 92 Householder, Susan ...... 92, 98 Howard, Aleta Sue 92, 103, 109 Huett, Jeanette 92 Hunt, Nancy Anne 92 Hunter, Ann Mane 92 Hurst, Penny 92 Hutton, Kay 92 Hvett, Jeanet 94 Hyndman, Don 94 Jackson, Charles 92 Jackson, Kathleen 92, 98 Jackson, Marilyn 92 Jacobs, Judy 94 Johnson, Carol 32, 92 Johnson, Darlene 92 Johnson, David 94 Johnson, Warren 92 Johnston, David 92 Kahlenbeck, Richard .... 92, 133 Kaiser, Linda Sue 92, 121 Kapp, Carol 92 Kavanaugh, Carol 92 Keller, James 92, 133, 141 Kemp, Diane 92 Kensill, Janice 92 Kienzle, Judy 92 Kinne, Davie 92, 134 Kintz, Jean 94 Knepper, Gary 92 Knight, Nancy 92 Konow, Stephan .... 92, 133, 141 Kubay, Todek 94 Kumfer, Konnie 92 Ladwig, Thomas 92 LaHurreau, Claude 92 Laird, Diane 92, 121 Lamprecht, Richard 94 Landsaw, Nancy 93 Lee, Diana 94 Levy, Sue 93 Logsdon, Karol 93 Lommatzsch, Terry 93 Lotz, Rebeccc 94 Luckadoo, Helen 93 Lutz, George 94 Lutz, LaVerne 93 Lyon, Linda 93 Macy, Rodger 31, 93, 133, 141 Manes, Garry 93 Mangan, Michael 93 Marshall, Beth Ann . .93, 98, 124 Martin, Robert 93 McAfee, Thomas 93 Mclntyre, Lorna Mae 94 McLean, Richard .... 93, 133, 141 McNutt, James 93 McSorley, Carol 94 McSpadden, Sherrill 93 Mecklenburg, Lynn 93 Medsker, Anita 31, 93, 107, 123 Meek, Ray 93 Meister, Gregory . 93, 124, 148 Mennewisch, Robert 93 Meyers, Alan 93 Miller, Donald 93 Miller, Douglas 93 Miller, Janyce 93 Miller, Patricia 93 Milton, Robert 93, 141 Moore, Dorothy 93 Moore, Judy ... 10, 93, 121, 12 4 Moore, Stan 26, 93, 116 Moreno, Robert 93 Morningstar, William 93 Mueller, Karen 93 Musselman, Judith 93, 125 Muter, James 94 Needlam, Stanley 93 Nichols, Kathryn 93 Nissenbaum, Gerald 94 Nolan, James 93, 98, 116 Noll, Suzanne 94 Nowlin, Angela 93 O ' Day, Barbara Ann 93 Olcsan, Virginia 93 dinger, Nancy .. 93 Onion, S ' ephcn 93 Osborn, Richard 93 Patterson, David 93 Payne, Jane Ann 93 Pence, Stephan 93 Penfold, Bonnie .... 93, 103, 121 Perez, Yolanda 93 Peterson, Marvin 93 Pfeiffer, Steven 93, 133 Phillips, Linda Ann 93, 121 Phillips, Lynne 93 Pierce, Carole 93 Pipino, Frank 93 Pitser, Scott 93, 125, 133 Pletcher, Mike 93 Pope, Shirley 94 Poyser, Bud 94 Price, Connie 93 Pressler, Beverly 93 Pulver, Mary 93 Quinn, Nancy 93 Ransbury, John .... 93, 133, 141 Reece, Charlene 93 Reinking, Larry 93 Remenschneider, Rose .. 93, 121 Roberts, Sally 93, 124 Roberts, Penny 94 Romano, James 93 Root, Kenneth 93 Ross, Carol 93 Ross, Kathy Lynn 93 Salmon, Barbara 93 Sanders, Michael 93 Sayles, Mary 94 Saylor, Ann Carolyn 93 Schaef, Judy 93, 121 Schanlcub, Carol 93 Scheele, Judy 94 Scheele, Suellen 94 Scherer, Jean 93, 133 Schmidt, David 93 Schumaker, Dave 93 Seely, James 93 Sefferwick, Lee 94 Seth, Wayne 93 Sharpe, David 93 Shearer, Carolyn 93, 103 Short, Douglas 94 Sible, Gloria 93 Siegel, Gerald 93 Simmons, John 93 Sivits, Art 94 Small, Jim 93 Smith, Bob 93 Smith, Cathy 93, 98, 107 Smith, John 93, 133 Smith, Sharon 93 Smith, Steven 93 Spangler, Gary 93 Speidell, Lois 93 Spencer, Samuel 93 Squires, Bernard 93 Steward, Janet, 93 Stewart, John .... 91, 93, 98, 113 Stillman, David 98, 113, 116 Stucky, Jon 94, 133 Swain, Pamela 94 Tannehill, Janet 94 Thomas, Kathleen 94 Till, Thomas 94 Tsetse, Karen 94 Turner, Steve 94 Turrin, Dave 94 Unger, Harvana 94 Vargas, Antonia 94, 121 Voelker, David 94, 124 Voirol, Jim 94, 125 Volkman, William 94 Wallace, Carol 94 Warner, Diana Kay 34, 103 Watus, Paula 94 Webster, Randy 94, 124 Weisbachm, Robert 94 Weiss, Steven 94 Wheller, Daniel 94 Williams, David 94 Williams, James 94 Wilson, Jim 94 Wilt, Michael 94 Winkleblack, Herley 94 Winkelmann, Sue 94 Woodward, Ken 94 Worrell, Karen 94 Yoder, Kenneth 94 Young, Judy 94, 121 Ziemer, Brett 94 Zimmerman, Cheryl 94 Zollers, Steven 94, 124, 125, 133 Zurbrugg, Joyce 94 159 Keefer Printing Company 714 W. 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