Northfield High School - Shield Yearbook (Wabash, IN)

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VL 1964 SM Northfield High School Metropolitan School District Wabash, Indiana Editor: Karen Friermood Assistant Editor: Janet Skaggs Advisor: Mr. Nathan D. Baker Volume: II le of Contents Admi n is t rati o n 3 Organizations 21 Sports 43 Activities 65 Seniors 73 Classes 87 The Administration Of Metropolitan School District SUPERIMENDEM Mr. Ira Huntington Ir. Earl Dyson, Mr. Herman Whitzel, Mr. Charles Tiede — Attorney for the Board, Mr. Huntington, Mr. Elbert Carr, Mr. John Chamberlain, Mr. Robert Clark. METRO OFFICE Bookkeeper — Mrs. Helen Graham Past Secretary — Mrs. Shirley Atkinson Present Secretary — Mrs. Bonnie Hummel Mr. C. 0. Duker BUILDING AND GROUNDS SUPERINTENDENT Our Principal, Mr. Wilbur Dawes MR. GEORGE PRICE Aside from being Vice-prin- cipal, Mr. Price is our Athletic Director and taught one of our health classes. These Vice-Principals Aid Mr. Dawes In The Operation Of The School MR. WAYNE R NSLER Mr. Pansier is our Guidance Counselor and taught freshman orientation. Also, he coached the ninth grade basketball team. BOOKKEEPER— Mrs. Betty Cooper Mrs. Cooper, Keeper Of The Funds Mrs. Mattern, Official Welcomer SECRETARY— Mrs. Dorothy Mattern In Appreciation We would like to use this page to express our deepest appreciation to Mrs. Floy Antrim for her years of service given to the community. Mrs. Antrim has been a de- voted teacher for thirty-one years and, during this time, she has developed a keen ability to influence the lives of those surrounding her. Although her teaching experi- ences wOl never be forgotten, she will continue to lead a rewarding life in vears to MR. REX PRICE B.S., Manchester College M.A., Ball State Teachers College MRS. FLOY ANTRIM A.B., Indiana Central College MR. DUARD CONRAD A.B., Manchester College M.S., Indiana University Social Mr. Conrad Subjects: American Government Economics, Latin I, Latin II Activities: Student Council Advis or, Latin Club Advisor, Conces sions Mrs. Antrim Subjects: History 8, History 11 Studies Mr. Price Subjects: Psychology-Sociology, World History, Indiana History- Geography Activities: Sophomore Co-sponsor MR. RICHARD RONDEAU MRS. ESTHER PECK MRS. ANN JINKS .S., Manchester B.S., Indiana University A.B., Berea College College Mr. Rondeau Subects: English 10, English 8 Activities: Head Football Coach Mrs. Jinks Subjects: English 11, English 12 Activities: Junior Co-sponsor 10 MRS. JUDITH PRICE B.S., Manchester College MRS. LENETA KITCHEL A .B., Manchester College MR. PAUL JONES A.B., Manchester College Department Mr. Jones Subjects: English 9, Speech Activities: Head of English Depart ment, Freshman Co-sponsor Mrs. Kitchel Subjects: English 7, English 8, Indiana History, Geography Activities: Seventh Grade Co-spon- Mrs. Price Subjects: Journalism, English i Activities: North Star Advisor MR. THOMAS REAHARD A.B., Manchester College MR. M. OTTO BECHTOLD A.B., Manchester College MR. HAROLD CHRISTIE B.S., Manchester College 12, Geometry, Arithmetic Activities: Science-Math Qub Ad- visor, Assistant Football Coach Mathematics Mr. Qiristie Subjects: Matli 7, jNIath 8, General Math 9 Activities: Cross Country Coach, Jr. Varsity Basketball Coach, Seventh Grade Co-sponsor Mr. Bechtold Subjects: Algebra I, Algebra 11, Science 8 Activities: Science-Math Qub Ad- visor MR. ROSS TRUMP B.S., Marion College M.A., Ball State Teachers College MRS. ELAINE HUNTINGTON B.S., Manchester College M.A., Ball State Teachers College MR. PETER STRODEL A.B., Morehead State College Music Mr. Strodel Subjects: Junior Band, Seventh Grade Music, Grade Instrument- al Mrs. Huntington Subjects: Vocal Music, Grade Mu sic Activities: Vocal Ensembles Mr. Trump Subjects: High School Band, Eighth Grade Music, Grade In- strumental MRS. JANE COOPER B.S., Indiana State Teachers College Subjects: Home Economics I, Home Economics H, Home Economics HI Activities: Junior Co-sponsor MRS. FLORENCE PETTY A.B., Western Michigan University Subjects: Home Economics 8, Home Economics IV Activities: Eighth Grade Co-sponsor Home Economics Commerce MRS. VIRGINIA BOZARTH B.S., Manchester College Subjects: General Business, Book- keeping, Business Law Math MRS. MARY ANN MAST B.S., Manchester College Subjects: Office Machines. Office Practice, Typing, Shorthand I, Shorthand II Activities: Cheerblock Cheerleader .Advisor ponsor. MR. JACK WEEKLEY B.S., Ball State Teachers College Subject: Industrial Arts Subjects: Shop 8, Shop 9, Elec- tricity and Electronics, Science 7 Activities: Eighth Grade Co-sponsor Industrial Arts Agriculture MR. LARRY RAY B.S., Purdue University Subjects: Vocational Agriculture, General Agriculture 8 Activities: Future Farmers of America, Eighth Grade Co-spon- sor MR. WALTER PENROD B.S., Ball State Teachers College M.S., Ball State Teachers College Subjects: Vocational Agriculture II, Vocational Agriculture IV Activities: Future Farmers of America, Judging Team Advisor, Dairy, Crops, Entomology, Teams Advisor 15 MR . GALEN EILER B.S., Purdue University M.S., Purdue University Subjects: Biology, Science 7 Activities: Freshman Co-sponsor m k MR. ORVILLE KERN B.S., Huntington College Subjects: Chemistry, Physics, Sci- ence 7 Activities: Science and Math Qub, Advisor Science Language MR. NATHAN BAKER A.B., Manchester College M.S., Indiana University Subjects: History 8, Spanish I, Span ish H Activities: Shield Advisor, Presi- dent of A.F.S. MRS. nLDRED DECK A.B., Indiana Central College Subjects: .Algebra I, French I, French II Activities: French Club Advisor, Freshman Co-sponsor 16 MRS. MARY PENROD B.S., Manchester College M.A., Ball State Teachers College Subjects: Jr. High Physical Educa- tion, Jr. High Social Studies Activities: Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor, A.F.S. School Sponsor, Senior Co-sponsor MR. WAYNE FANSLER B.S., Indiana Central College M.S., Ball State Teachers Colle ge Subject: Orientation Activities: National Honor Society Advisor, Freshman Basketball Coach, Senior Co-sponsor Guidance Physical Education MR. LARRY SMUCKER B.S., Manchester College Subjects: Health, Jr. High Physical Education, High School Physical Education Activities: Hi-Y Sponsor, Assistant Football Coach, Varsity Wrestling Coach, Jr. High Basketball Coach, Jr. High Track Coach MRS. ROSEMARY PRICE B.S., Ball State Teachers College Subjects: Developmental Reading, High School Physical Education, Jr. High English Activities-: Sophomore Co-sponsor BBpr IlnJ MR. JERRY SHAW B.S., Ball State Teachers College M.A., Ball State Teachers College Subjects: Drivers Education, Health, Drafting Activities: Varsity Basketball Coach, Varsity Track Coach Vj k MR. GEORGE PRICE B.S., Ball State Teachers College M.A., Ball State Teachers College Subject: Health Activities: Athletic Director, Junior Class Co-sponsor, " N " Club Ad- visor Health Art MRS. VELMA HAMILTON B.M., Butler University Subjects: Arts and Crafts Jr. High, Arts and Crafts High School Activities: Seventh Grade Co-spon- sor HEAD COOK, Mrs. McLaughlin I Mrs. Long, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Mattern, Mrs. Stouffer, Mrs. Keffaber. Cafeteria Personnel 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 W 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 H K B D STUDENT WORKERS Patsy Terrell Karen WajTnire We of the annual staff feel that the cooks and custodians do not receive enough credit from the students for the work which they do. The cooks give us well-balanced meals each day, and the janitors keep our building in top condition. Also, we want to thank the janitors for being so kind as to unlock the door to our publications room for us when we are unable to find Mr. Baker. Everyone who reads this should stop and think of the time and effort these people put into their jobs. Mr. Wilmer Hantelman Custodians Mr. Bob Cole Mr. Ed Hunt Mr. Lee Miller 20 STANDING: New members; Qifton Cordes, Mike Byers, Mike McLaughlin, Rosemary Dershem, Mary Ellen Wysong, Cheri Wilson, Cheryl Urschel, Kathy Keffaber, Greg Kusiak, Steve Dale, Louise Qosser, Bill Lynn, Janis Parrett, Cynthia Eads. SEATED: Merle Smith, Becky Monroe, Carolee Miller, Barbara MiUer, Susan Lefforge, Dave Kellam, Ed Heckman, Marjorie Ferrier, Ralph Bean. To be eligible for Honor Society, a student must be in the to p ten per cent of the Junior Qass and the top fifteen of the Senior Class and must maintain a B average during his four years of high school. National Honor Society Of Northfield Signing the Charter Party after Career Day Mr. Oliver Vinnedge, General Manager of General Tire in Wabash, Speaker at Career Day. 22 BOTTOM ROW: Sponsor Mr. Reahard, Merle Smith, President; Mike Byers, Vice-President; Marjorie Ferrier, Secretary; Karen Custer, Treasurer; Pam Hippensteel, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Karen Friermood, Barbara Jackson, Luming Pabalan, Sharon Lewis, Ann Schultz, Janet Shear. THIRD ROW: Ralph Bean, Clifton Cordes, John Odum, Tom KJare, Max Laudeman, Mike Wilcox, Sponsor Mrs. Deck. TOP ROW: Sponsor Mr. Kern, Dale Carpenter, Stanley Bozarth, Lyle Porter, Jim Miller, Sponsor Mr. Bechtold, Sponsor Mr. Filer. Science And Math Cluh Reaction of Sodium-Ions DAVF WRIGHT BOTTOM ROW: Diane Bever, President; Sally Hipskind, Secretary; Jim Stowe, Treasurer; Nancy Baker, Program Chairman. ROW 2: Barbara Gorsuch, Gloria England. ROW 3: Suzanne Procter, Peggy Pretorius, Ruth Treska, Cheryl Roberts, Sponsor, Mr. Conrad. ROW 4: Wes Mader, Stanley Bozarth, Margaret Walker, Loma Lutz. Latin Cluh In April the crowning activity of the Latin Club was the Olympic ' s of ' 64. It consisted of several contests of which Wes Mader was the Olympic Champion. Later on, the public enjoyed a thrilling chariot race. During the two intermissions, the public was entertained by Cupid ' s love matching and the juggling act of the pedagogi, Mr. Conrad. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Venus de Northfield. Diana Hegel was chosen from the four candidates by her classmates. As a result of the fine response to the election of Venus, the Latin Club invited the students of Northfield to the movie " Quo Vadis. " 24 Diana Hegel reigned as Venus de North- field at tlie " 64 Latin Ohinpics. Spanish Cluh BOTTOM ROW: Janis Parrett, President; Karen Custer, Vice-President; Susan Lef forge, Secre- tary; Cheryl Groendyke, Treasurer; Lee Myers, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Weisenberger, Mkribess Lefforge, Rustee Graft, Jane McKinley, Marilyn Ross, Dianne Tarter, Pat Terrell, Elaine Ford, Melinda Weitzel. THffiD ROW: Mary Kendall, Holly Hile, Ginger Snapp, Becky Monroe, Karen Hanes, Sharon Cripe, Ruth Ogan, Cathy Poole, Marilyn Brown, Jean Keafraber. TOP ROW: Sponsor Mr. Baker, Dale Carpenter, Bob Monroe, Tim Kreider, Jim Gidley, Gary Biehl, John Swango. French Club BOTTOM ROW: Danny Eller, President; Barbara Miller, Vice-President; Diaime Gaff, Secretary; Bill Lyim, Treasurer; Cindy Unger, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Cheri Wilson, Dianna Hegel, Jane Krom, Vicki Givens, Cindy Eads, Greg Kusiak. THIRD ROW: Sponsor Mxs. Deck, Bonita Cox, Rosemary Dershem, Carol DeArmond, Kathy Bowen, Randy Jeffrey, David Wright. TOP ROW: Thomas Bain, Neil Cline, Mike Baker, Ed Grahm, Erick Stowe, Dave Kellam, George Gordon. 25 FRONT ROW: Mr. Penrod, Joe Wilcox, Bill Watson, Tom Bumgardner, Scott Chamberlain, John Odum, Ed Heckman, Fred Wright, Terry Knee, Tom Kisner, Mr. Ray. SECOND ROW: Archie Alger, Ray Meyer, Ronnie McCoUey, Jim Simpson, Jim Baldwin, Greg Fleck, John Lawson, John Lynn, Ken Dale, Dan Odum, John Closser. THIRD ROW: Horace Cripe, Walter Bums, Richard Renz, Dave Smith, Marlin Pattee, Jody Baker, Steve Pressler, Dick Swope, Ken Ahlfeld, John Oswalt, Roger Meyer. FOURTH ROW: Brady Winer, Frank Tracy, Tom Dale, Don Fleck, Don Sparling, Jerry Gilbert, Jim Yates, Jim Corn, Bob Haecker, Mike Kerr, Cecil Winstead. LAST ROW: John Forrester, Tim Burcroff, Jim Bennett, Phil Miller, Marshall Wilson, Larry Thrush, Larry Roser, Bill Hiner, Dick Day, Carl Milam, David Baker, Jim Ferguson, Joe Yorder. FFA OFnCERS BACK ROW: Mr. Larry Ray — Sponsor Scott Chamberlain Mr. Walter Penrod — Sponsor FRONT ROW, left to riglit: Fred Wriglit Bill Watson Tom Bumgardner John Odum Tom Kisner Ed Heckman Tern- Knee John Oswalt The Greenhands F.F.A. Activities Tractor Pull Banquet Honoring F.F.A. Parents. May 7, 1964 The W Club -Varsity Lettermen BOTTOM ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Price; Ralph Bean, President; Mike Byers, Vice-President; Tom Kisner; Steve Dale; Bob Copeland; Tim Burcroff, Treasurer; Mike Baker; Clyde Rife, Secretary; Tom Bumgardner; Sponsor, Mr. Fansler. SECOND ROW: Phil Amones; Gary Cleaveland; Gary Kusiak; Tom Panning; Jim Yates; Bill Bussard; Jerry Radabaugh; Bill Lynn; Steve Denney; Sponsor, Mr. Reahard. THIRD ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Rondeau; Jim Clark; Marshall Wilson; Ken Dyson; Larry SheeU; Lee Myers; Jim Gidley; Roland Feamow; Danny Howell; Jeff Fahrnow; Sponsor, Mr. Christie. FOURTH ROW: Sponsor, Mr. Smucker; Terry Copeland; Jim Gilmer; Jerry Gilbert; Jay Burcroff; John Krom; Gary Dawson; Jerry West; Don King; Greg Kusiak; Doug Ross. Sponsored by the ' N ' Club What d ' ya mean ya can ' t find the pool? Don ' t worry, the fall won ' t hurt — it ' s just that sudden stop! 28 Hi-Y Tri-Hi- Y North Star Journalists Becky Monroe and Paulette Rodocker Co-editors Rosemary Dershem, Pat Yocum and Priscella Gatchel Reporters Cheri Wilson and Carolee Miller News y ' 1 Mary Ann Lawson — Arts, Max Laudeman and Bob Jones — Sports, Kathleen Keffaber and Tom Klare — Features Journalism Class 30 Shield Staff Of ' 64 Advisor: Mr. Baker Class Editors: Max Laudeman, Barbara Jack- son, Christine Keffaber, Dian Corwin, Nancy Baker and Mary Karen Milh. Sporls: John Odum Music: Connie Mattern and Pat Yocum Secretary: Donna McKillip Treasurer: Dianna-Lee Horstman Editor: Karen Friermood Asst. Ed.: Janet Skaggs Typists: Vicki Givens, Mary Ann Tracy, Becky Schnepp, and Nora Tracy. Photographers: Mike Byers and Tom Klare. Activities: Dianne Gaff, Mary Eller Karen Custer, and Carol De Armond. Student Council Left to Right, Bill Bean, Becky Eiler, Kristine Keffaber, Jim Gidley, Kathy Miller, Luming Pabalan, Advisor — Mr. )nrad, Secretar) ' — Kathleen Keffaber, President — Gary Cleaveland, Vice-President — Mike McLaughlin, Treasurer — Karen Custer, Merle Smith, M Heckman, Ed Graham, Cheri Wilson, Diana Hegel. Council Works CHRISTMAS For Improvement Of North field American Field Service I want to express my appreciation to the American Field Service Program, to Northfield High School, and to everyone who helped make my trip to Brazil possible. During my summer in Tupa, Brazil, I encountered many exciting adventures and I grew to love the Brasilian people very much. I hope that in the future many Northfield students will be able to participate in the A.F.S. Summer Students Abroad Program. Barbara Miller Barbara departing for Florida on the first leg of her trip to Brazil. (Ignore the boy.) " Btti.yjuilXI MfSSi " Dear Friends, I will never forget the past ten months I have spent with you. I will carry home with me the memories of the warm welcome you gave me, the fun we had together in Pep Club at ballgames, soc hops, snowball fights, field trips, play practice, formal dances, and most of all the sur- prise farewell party! I want to thank the faculty and student body for the many kindnesses shown to me. Immediately, you made me feel I was one of you. I ' ll take back with me to the Philippines the good impression of the United States that this school and community have given me. " Salamat, paalam. at patnu- bayan Kayo ng Dios! " (Thank you, farewell, and God bless you!) All my love, Luming Iluminada Pabalan 122 J. Rodriquez St. Caloocan City, Philippines 33 The name of our town is Grover ' s Corners. New Hampshire — just across the Massachusetts line. The people in our town are ordinary people — just like you and me. They lead normal lives, work on daily jobs and face the same disappointments. But life may not always be a dull, mediocre passage of time. For instance, how many people usually view their owti funerals or relive a day of their life? In " Our Town, " Emily Webb has both these chances. An insight into typical lives plus psychological happenings com- prise the basic pattern and purpose of " Our Town. " Our Town Stage Manager The Gibbs Family The Webb Family This play is called " Our Town. " It was writ- ten by Thornton Wilder, produced by the North- field Junior-Senior class- es and directed by James Weston, a student at Manchester College. Church Qioir CAST Stage Manager Minister Michael Byers Druggist Dr. Gibbs — Tom Klare Joe Croivell, Jr. Gary Cleaveland Joe Stroddard Howie Neivsome Jim Clark Mrs. Gibbs Judy Chapman George Gibbs Bill Lynn Rebecca Gibbs Carolee Miller Wally Webb Tom Bumgardner Emily Webb Becky Monroe Professor Willard Max Laudeman Mr. Webb Bill Bussard Women in Balcony — . Gayle Byers Man in Auditorium Keith Dawson Sam Craig Lady in a Box Sue Minnear Simon Stimson Jim Ferguson Mrs. Soames Cynthia Schuler Constable JVarren Ralph Bean jg WorliTs Fair Was The Theme Of The Style Show It ' s all over. Don ' t be afraid, Bill. Good job, Linda. THIS WAS DIRECTED BY MRS. PETTY AND MRS. COOPER. 36 Music Mr. Dawson passed out sweaters to the senior band members. Awards 1 H fS - ' - -- l s 9 idn l r:f H --n. f ■ ' - ' n ' M 1 • iM j SZ; Besides taking an active part, the band enjoys the game. Rosemary received the Honeywell Scholarship and Pat received the Northfield Stage Band scholarship to attend the Stage Band Clinic on the Western Resene University campus, Cleveland, Ohio. 37 The high school band has completed an- other successful year at Northfield.- The ac- tivities of this year were: 1. Football marching band. 2. Played for basketball games. 3. Winter concert. 4. District and state solo and ensemble contest. 5. County Music Festival. 6. District band contest, Superior. 7. State band contest, Superior. 8. Commencement Concert. Director: MR. ROSS TRUMP 38 Marching PRESIDENT Ed Heckman VICE-PRESIDENT Barbara MiUer SECRETARY ..._ Kathleen Keaffaber TREASURER Karen Custer Norsemen 39 Junior High Band Director: MR. STRODEL 40 ii ' ,i t i A; . iiMmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Q With A Song In Your Heart The seventy member chorus, along with the band, performed in contest, concerts, and convocations this past year at Northfield. The chorus received a superior rating at district chorus contest and excellent ratin " at state contest. Officers CHORUS J- PRESIDENT , Jim Clark VICE-PRESIDENT Clifton Cordes SECRETARY Susan Lefforge LIBRARIAN Pat Yocum OFFICERS 41 BLUE NOTES Marcia Friermood, Maribess Lefforge, Janie Wilson, Kristine Kef- faber, Cheryl Groendyke, Cindy Unger. PASTELS Anita Alger, Connie Mattem, Susan Lefforge, Phyllis Miller, Carolee Miller, Becky Monroe. 42 Freshman Car Sophomore Car Homecoming Decorating tlie Goalposts Senior The Homecoming took place at the Alum- -- " ' iii Field at Wabash. Saturday. October 5. The decorating was done on Saturday atter- noon. Junior Miss 1964 Luming presented the bouquet of roses to the Queen. 4S Homecoming Qi Miss Susan Lefforge i Homecoming Court JUNIOR PRINCESS Miss Carol DeArmond SOPHOMORE PRINCESS Miss Joanie Yentes FRESHMAN PRINCESS Miss Anita Elward 47 Vv ,if ' I s IJ l•»l J . .-. . FRONTROW, Left to Right: M. Wilson, T. Panning, S. Leach, J. Fearnow, J. Bennett, M. Byers. J. Brown. S. Dennev. T. Krieder, J. Yates. D. Wridit, M. Baker, R. White. D. Ahlfeld. D. Ross. D. Howell, S. Dale. B. Copeland, Coach— Mn Rondeau, Mr. Smucker, BACK ROW: D. Manning. G. Kusiak, J. Stowe, J. Fahmow, E. Stowe, J. Gidlev, R. Jackson. The Fighting Dale Opponent Sept. 7 Maconaquah Slept. 14 Manchester Sept. 20 White ' s Sept. 27 Geneva Oct. 5 Southwood Oct. 11 North ; Iiaini Oct. 18 Fainnount Oct. 28 Warsaw " B " ' SEASON ' S RECORD— 2 Wins and 6 Losses COACH RONDEAU 48 i ' 1 sk ' ?i r »t« « " ah( «? ii € " " i«j R. Panning, L. Dickson, B. DuBois, C. Milam, K. Dyson. SECOND ROW: M. Rantz, R. Beam, S. Steele, R. Fearnow, S. Ford, J. Lynn. THIRD ROW: R. Bakehorn, Mr. Reahard, T. Burcroff, G. Cleaveland, T. Kisner, T. Bumgardner, J. Bartoo, P. Amones, T. Copeland, J. West, B. Bussard, S. Rantz, B. Lynn, J. Radabaugh. Norsemen Athletic Physician DR. JOHN R. DRAGOO 49 STEVE FORD GARY CLEAVELAND Outstanding Back KEN DYSON RALPH BEAN Gus Dorais Award Footballers STEVE DALE Most Valuable Plaver Award JERRY RADABAUGH 50 BILL BUSSARD ; i:oPELAND HIL AMONES TIM BURCROFF MIKE B KER STEVE DEXNEY MARSHALL WILSON TOM PANNING HOLLAND FEARNOW GREG KUSIAK 51 Cinrlv Mary Ann ■ ■ f M J 1 -- m ■ i Hi 1 B Barbara Spirit Of PRESIDENT: Beckv Monroe Our School V. -PRESIDENT: Cheri Wilson , SPONSOR : Mrs. Mast TREASURER: Karen Custer i ' 4 1 ' i « » t SECRETARY: Maribess Lefforge fVl l FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mike Baker, Jerry West, Jim Gidley, Lee Myers, Ken Dyson, Don King. BACK ROW: Bob Copeland, Qyde Rife, Tim Burcroff, Steve Dale, Coach Shaw, Roy Jackson, Tom Bumgardner, Jim Gihner, Jim Yates. J L ' ' ' Northfield 1 Van dty SCHE fKJi DULE W T W T North Miami 51 72 Northwestern 56 72 North Manchester 32 66 Southwood 70 82 South Caston 59 77 Andrews 95 74 Mentone 63 100 Van Buren 66 73 Swazee 49 59 Argos M 61 Oak Hill 53 83 South Whitley 56 59 Huntington Twp. 56 58 Maconaquah 40 69 Akron 75 62 Culver M.A. 60 55 White ' s 35 29 Pierceton 55 69 54 NHS Basketballers 55 Future Varsity m )V FRONT ROW, Left to Right: John Krom, Ken Dyson, Don King, Jerry Gilbert, Rick Sloniker, Jim Gilmer. BACK ROW: Mr. Christie, Jerry West, Rich White, John Lynn, Doug Ross, Jim Stowe. Future Varsity Backers Joanie Yentes, Rustee Graft, Marcia Friermood, Jane Wilson, Kathy Miller. 56 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary Haupert, Ken Dale, Gary Dawson, Rick Sloniker, Bill Bean, John Closser, Bob Meek, J. P. Howell. BACK ROW: Dan Odum, Dana Carpenter, John Lynn. Jim Stowe, Alan Young, John Krom. Freshman Teams FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Gary Kusiak, Roger Flitcraft. BACK ROW: Jim Bennet, Alan Fishback, Rick Pan- ning, Tom Dale, Larry Dixson. STANDING: Elizabeth Wolf, Rita Rehak. KNEELING: Becky Pobst, Karen Cunningham. Freshmun YelV Leaders 57 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Melvin Harrell, Paul Baker, Allan Mattem, Mike Pretorious, Mike Yates, Larry Slater, David Summers, Tom DeArmond, Tom Finnegan. BACK ROW: Mr. Smucker, Dennis McKillip, Doug Anfield, Riclr - White, Ron Smith, Jim Smith, Phil Rogers, Ben Corn, Mike Ferguson, Richard Monce. Norsemites ' A ' Norsesprites ' A ' Connie Roth Carolyn Janeway Cherjl Siferd 58 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jerry Harrell, Dallas Baer, Gene Miller, Ronnie Gilbert, Kieth Ford, Brad Eads, J. P. Mattern. BACK ROW: Mr. Smucker, Jeff Houlihan, Larry Beikl, Jim Davenport, Kraig Ahlfeld, Norman Kirk, Gar - Dillard, Steve White. Norsemites ' B Norsesprites B ' Kitty Chamberlain, Carla Gidley, Becky Howard. 59 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Smucker, Lyle Porter, Jay Fearnow, Tom Panning, Duane Siders, Don Griffith. SECOND ROW: Bill Bussard, Jim Baldwin, Marlin Pattee, Martin Smalley, Rolland Fearnow, Jim Teague. THIRD ROW: Jim Brown, Ralph Frank, Dale Carpenter, Jim Davidson, Steve Leach, Mike Swango. FOURTH ROW: Mar- shall Wilson, Ron Bakehorn, Ralph Bean, Mike Byers, Larry Thrush, Steve Meyer. Northfield Strongmen ,0 i: - - Don Griffith (On Top) 60 Hiii iu !. ■ FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Lee Myers, Tim Burcroff, Gary Cleaveland, Bill Lynn, Bob Copeland, Steve Dale, Jerry Radabaugh, Jay Burcroff. SECOND ROW: Ken Dyson, Jim Gilmer, Steve Denney, Rich White, Roy Jackson, Clyde Rife, Sam Baker, Danny Howell, Coach — Jerry Shaw. Baseball At NorthHeld Cross Country Team FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Bryan Mendenhall, Gary Haupert, Dana Carpenter, Ken Dale, Roger Flitcraft, Bill Bean, Don King. SECOND ROW: Jerry Gilbert. Sam Baker, Qyde Rife, Jim Gilmer. THIRD ROW: Gary Dawson, John Krom, Coach — Harold Christie, Jay Burcroff, Roy Jackson. 61 High School Cindermen FRONT ROW, Left to Right: G. Haupert, A. Fishback, R. Sloniker, B. Bean, G. Dawson, J. Krom, D. Carpenter, C. Milam, J. Yoder. SECOND ROW: J. Corn, G. Gordon, K. Dyson, D. King, J. Baker, J. Brown, B. Winer, J. Gilmer, M. Baker, C. Rife. THIRD ROW: L. Myers, T. Burcroff, S. Ford, J. Gilbert, B. Cope- land, T. Panning, J. Burcroff, T. Copeland, R. Jackson. Junior High 62 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mike Yates, Kim Huffman, Tom DeArmond, Doug Ahlfeld, Mike Pretorius, David Summers, Gary Dillard, Kraig Ahfeld. SECOND ROW: Paul Baker, Gary Faust, Jerry Harrell. Keith Ford, Gene Miller, Dallas Baer, Jeff Lvnn, Charles Adams. Ronnie Gilbert. Mike Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Phil Rogers, Phil Wilcox, Dennis McKilUp, Ben Corn, Randy Corn, Kraig Barker, Dale Pickens, Norman Kirk, Coach — Larry Sniucker. In Action LEE MYERS— A Winning Jump! (We Hope) 63 Recognition Of Our Athletes 64 Kolxiunding and Scoring Trophies ' R resiling Awards Seniors Sponsored Christmas Dance Are the bovs helping anv? 66 iW P Queen KA The M Sweetheart Northfield Iluminada Pabalan became our Valentine Queen and was crowned by Mike Byers, President of the Junior Class, at the highlight of the Sweetheart Ball. Her court included Joanie Yentes, Diane Hegal, Karen Ouster, Virginia Strong, and Susan Mc- Vicker. 67 Sweetheart Memories What a LUMINating smile! 68 Occupational hazard: nut cup nightmares for seven davs. Juniors Acted Let ' s hope it Slavs! As Hosts For The Sweetheart Ball Greg and Cindy " sign in " 69 Speaker ' s Table The Juniors Hosted The Seniors In A French Atmosphere Bov! that was good! Sufficient Sophomore : The Punch Was Made, The Band Played, And The Couples Danced, Now. where shall we sit? Erick. get vour hand out of the punch i !■ bowl! Evening To Remember Chervl. where did vou last see him? 72 lors SAMUEL BAKER JAMES BARTOO STEVE DALE President WILLMM LYNN Vice-President SUSAN LEFFORGE Treasurer 74 iLt Jk RALPH BEAN RANDALL BEEKS PATSY BEVER GAYLE BYERS 75 JUDITH CHAPMAN LOUISE CLOSSER ROBERT COPELAND JEFFREY FAHRNOW 76 JAMES FERGUSON MARJORIE FERRIER STEPHEN FORD PAMELA HIPPENSTEELE 77 Class Color: MINT GREEN PEGGY LANE BARBARA JACKSON ROBERT JONES KATHLEEN KEFFABER 78 MAX LAIJDEMAN MARY ANN LAWSON SHARON LEWIS Class Flower: CARNATION PHYLLIS MILLER SUSAN MINNEAR 79 CARL ROSS RONALD MONCE JOHN ODUM JANIS PARRETT BECKY SCHNEPP 80 CYNTHIA SCHULER JANET SHEAR MERLE SMITH ALICE WRAY GAIL CHARLTON 81 After Many Years Of Education 82 The Graduates Of 1964 83 K Look With Anticipation 84 To The Future 85 Baccalaureate and graduation, were looked for- ward to with great anticipation since the beginning of high school. Here are several glimpses of these two wonderful days. At Baccalaureate, Mr. D. E. Speicher had Bibles presented to each Senior. After Baccalaureate, the teachers had a reception for the Seniors. 86 Heads Of Classes SOPHOMORE PRESIDENT Mike Baker VICE-PRESIDENT _... Joanie Yentes SECRETARY Jane McKinley TREASURER Ann Yorder FRESHMAN PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER John Krom Jim Stowe Susan McVicker John L ln JUNIOR PRESIDENT Mike Bvers VICE-PRESIDENT Corkv Cordes SECRETARY Cheryl Urschel TREASURER Nancy Young Juniors Paula Alexander Phil Amones David Baker Judy Baker Diane Beeks Phyllis Branham Jim Brown John Brown Tom Bumgardner Jay Burcroff Rosemary Dershem Linda Draper Cynthia Eads Danny Eller RoUand Feamov David Finnegan Dianne Gaff Priscilla Gatchel Jim Gilmer Ed Graham Michael Byers Larry Case Joe Catterton Jim Clark Dianne Coburn Terry Copeland Clifton Cordes Sharon Cripe Jim Davidson Carol DeArmond m4r Jerry Gilbert Jessie Gressley Diana Hegel Larr ' Herron Holly Hite Dianna-Lee Horstman Dan Howell Roy Jackson Mary Kendall Terry Knee iilk ' Js - i i : Sally King Greg Kusiak Lorna Lutz Donna McKillip Mike McLaughlin Jim Miller Mary Karen Mills Janet Nees Alan Norris John Oswalt Tom Panning Patty Pattee Qier l Roberts Alice Rogers Douglas Ross Susie Schultz Larry Slieetz Janet Skaggs Ann Smith Ginger Snapp Don Sparling Dave Story Barbara Stouffer Leon Stout Erick Stowe Virginia Strong Paul Stuckey Mike Swango Diane Tarter Patsy Terrell Carolyn Thompson Gene Tomlinson Danny Tucker James Tucker Becky Urschel Cheryl Urschel Connie Vigar Bill Watson Dorothy Weisenberger Marie Weiss Richard White Judy Wilcox Cheri Wilson Cathy Wolf Fred Wright Mary Ellen Wysong Jim Yates Pat Yocum Nancy Young SOPHOMORE Archie Alger Carolyn Awker Sherr ' Awker Ronny Bakehom Jody Baker Joan Blevins Kathy Bowen Stanley Bozarth Walter Burns Dave Catterton Dale Carpenter Scottie Chamberlain Susan Cleaveland Jim Corn Horace Cripe Elisabeth Derek Vicke DriscoU Ken Dyson Pat Eckerley Gloria England Shirley Felabom Carl Fields Don Fleck Ellaine Ford John Forrester CLASS Ralph Frank Maicia Friermood Jim Gidley Vicki Givens George Gordon Rustee Graft Don Griffith Cheryl Croendyke Bob Haecker Carolyn Hall mm mM Dennis HaU Helen Harrell Darrell Hileman Linda Hunt Randy Jeffrey Marsha Justus Kristine Keffaber Don King Jeri King Judy Kirby Tim Kreider Jane Krom Elaine Lauer Susan Lauer Maribess Lefforge Barbara Lewis Linda Long Dennis Manning Marge Maurer Ray Meyer Steve Meyer Kathy Miller Sharon Mills Earl Murray Mary Murray Lee Myers Ronnie McColley Jane McKinley Rita Pankop Marlin Pattee Caryl Peat Lyle Porter Steve Pressler Margie Radabaugh Mike Rantz Richard Renz Diane Rodocker Larry Roser Paul Roth Lana Schrader Qiarlotte Schlemmer Anne Schullz Barbara Scott Duane Siders Martin Smallev Dave Smith Steve Steele John Swango Dick Swope Jim Teague Larry Thrush Mary Thrush Jane Townsend Nora Tracy Cindy Unger Pat Vigar Bill Vigar Margaret Walker Lois Weaver Jerry West Mildred Wilcox Joe Willcox Dave Wright Tom Worthington Joanie Yentes Ann Yoder Janie Wilson Marshall Wilson Brady Winer Ken Ahlfeld Charles Ballard Thomas Bain Don Baker Jennifer Barker Gary Dawson Richard Day Larrv Dixon Roller! DuBois Diane Dunphy Ruth Dyson Becky Eiler Dennis Eller Anita Elward Marilyn Faust Jay Feainow Margaret Fearnow Alan Fishback John Fisher Greg Fleck Roger Flitcraft Brad Flohr Sandie Forbes Carol Friermood G R Barbara Gaff Bob Gatchel Shirley Gilbert Susan Gingrich A D Barbara Gorsuch Karen Hanes Sue Hartong a; Richard Hoover J. P. HoweU Karen Huffman Jean Keaffaber James Keefer Bob Kendall Jane Kisner John Krom Gar) ' Kusiak Joyce Lauer John Lawson Steve Leach Kathy Leisure John Lynn Wes Mader Susan McVicker Bob Meek Bryan Mendenhall Linda Meyer Roger Meyer Stan Meyer Carl Milam Phil Miller Bob Miller Bob Monroe Dan Odum Sujie Proctor Carol Radabaugh Steve Rantz Rita Rehak Marilvn Ross Peggy Schlemmer Philip Schlemmer Marjory Scholes Steve Simpson Terry Sloan Rick Sloniker Candy Snapp David Sparling David Stephenson Cheryl Stewart Cecile Thompson Terry Tomlinson Frank Tracy Ruthann Treska Debbie Tucker Oran Tucker Becky Walker Jennifer Willcox Jim Willcox Janice Williams Becky Wilson Cecil Winstead Melinda Weitiel Elizabeth Wolf Linda Wysong Joe Yoder Allen Young Eighth Grade KIM CUSTER President BILLY DATES Vice-President SUSIE HEFFELFINGER Secretary 100 Doug Ahlfeld Anita Baker Herbert Baker Jeffrey Baker Paul Baker Rosemary Baker Krajg Barker Mary Bechdol Dean Beeks Debbie Bever Sherri Bidwell Cheryl Beihl Wanda Branham Tom Brewer Pamela Clark Michael Clarkson Beverly Cleaveland Sam Coldren Linda Cole Wilma Combs Ben Corn Randy Corn Jane Gripe Charles Davidson Tom DeArmond Roddy Dies Ellen Draper Can. ' Dreier Deanne Dyson John Feamow Linda Felabom Mike Ferguson Dennis Flack Melvin Harrell Jeffrey Hay Sandra Horner DuWayne Horstman Kim Huffman James Hughes Carolyn Janeway Judy Justus Tom Keith Steve Lewis Dennis McKillip John Martin Alan Mattern Judy Meyer Brinda Miller Richard Monce Linda Murphy Merle Myers Kathy Nees DaWd Paschall Dale Pickens Mike Pretorius Lois Quivey Tom Rice Phil Rogers Melanie Roser Connie Roth Bertina Rush David Schenkel Steve Schlenuner Sharon Schnepp Mike Scholes Cindy Shaffer Cheryl Siferd Larry Slater Jim Smith Ronald Smith Danny Stanton Larry Steele Caroline Stout Phil Wilcox Doug Willcox Bob Working Charles Wray Mike Yates Seventh Grade STEVEN WHITE President KITTY CHAMBERLAIN Vice-President MARK BARKER Secretary Map of Indiana made by the Seventh Grade Physical Education Class BECKY HOWARD Treasurer 104 Ronnie Abbott Charles Adams Kraig Ahlfeld Dallas Baer Sherry Cole Linda Cooley Peggy Cordes James Davenport Nolon Davidson Kathy Denny Gary Dillard Alice Dumbaugh Brad Eads Sharon Eckerly Stuart Elliott Zana Fahrnow Carol Fansler Gary Faust John Ferrier Steve Flohr Rugena Forbes Keith Ford Martha Futrell Carla Gidley Ronnie Gilbert Sandra Golden Kay Grandstaff Bill Haecker Larry Hanes Jerry Harrell Beth Hartong Vicki Herendeen Judy Hoover Marvin Horine Jeffrey Houlihan Cam Huffman Melissia Jeffrey Lola Keffaber Norman Kirk Janet Landrum Lemoine Lauer ifh a A Teresa Meek Fred Miller Gene Miller Victoria Miller Janet Mouser Patricia Murphy Cynthia Odum Gary Pankop Melba Parrett John Parke Vicki Parson Coral Plough Minda Powell John Proctor William Roberts Melinda Schnepp Debbie Schultz John Shellenbarger Sandra Slater Donald Smalley Nancy Stanely Emma Staten Nancy Stewart Vicki Story Terri Stowe Helen Strong Ronnie Sturgill Marie Townsend Pamela Unger Garry Vigar Mike Vigar Pamela Wasem David Weaver Junette Weisenberger Brent Wilson Darlene Wood Kathleen Yentes Linda Yentes June Zimpleman Special Education Cla s Teacher: MRS. SHANAB. RGER Northfield Dignitaries Merle Smith received the Salutatorian award. Ralph Bean and Dave Kellam re- ceived Co-Valedictorian. Mayor Mitten presented Luming with a key to our city. Jim Gilmer was elected by the student body as Student Council President for 1965. 108 Dear Friends and Gentle People We, the annual staff, are proud to present to you our finished pride and joy — The 1964 SHIELD. We have tried to catch glimpses here and there of the past year, so that in years to come the activities of our school year will not dim nor fade from your memory. I want to thank the staff, especially Janet Skaggs, next year ' s editor, and Mr. Baker for the work contributed. Karen Friermood, Editor KAREN FRIERMOOD Janet JANET SKAGGS Student Index Abbott, C. 74 Abbott, R. 105 Adams, C. 62, 105 Ahlfeld, D. 58, 62, 101 Ahlfeld, K. 26, 27, 96 AUfeld, Kr. 59, 62, 105 Alexander, P. 29, 42, 89 Alger, A. 29, 42, 74 Alger, Ar. 26, 92 Amones, P. 28, 50, 89 Awker, C. 92 Awker, S. 92 Baer, D. 59, 62, 105 Bain, J. 105 Bain, T. 25, 96 Bakehom, R. 60, 92 Baker, A. 101 Baker, D. 26, 89 Baker, Do. 62, 96 Baker, H. 101 Baker, }. 101 Baker, Jo. 26, 92 Baker, Ju. 29, 89 Baker, M. 25, 28, 29, 51, 55, 62, 63, 68, 88, 92 Baker, N. 24, 29, 31, 92 Baker, P. 58, 62, 101 Baker, R. 101 Baker, S. 61, 74, 86 Baldwin, Je. 105 Baldwin, Ji. 26, 60, 92 Ballard, C. 96 Barker, J. 96 Barker, K. 62, 101 Barker, M. 104 Bartoo, J. 74 Bean, B. 32, 57, 61, 62, 96 Bean, R. 22, 23, 28, 29, 35, 50, 60, 64, 75, 108, 109 Bechdol, M. 101 Beeks, D. 101 Beeks, Di. 9, 89 Beeks, R. 75, 86 Behny, B. 96 Beihl, C. 101 Beihl, G. 25, 75 Beihl, L. 59, 105 Bennett, B. 105 Bennett, J. 26, 27, 57, 96 Bever, Be. 96 Bever, Bo. 92 Bever, De. 24, 29, 42, 92 Bever, Di. 101 Bever, Do. 105 Bever, P. 75 Bidwell, R. 96 Bidwell, S. 105 Bidwell, Sh. 101 Bidwell, T. 105 Blevins, B. 75 Blevins, J. 92 Bowen, K. 25, 92 Bowman, J. 96 Bozartb, D. 101 Bozarth, S. 23, 24, 92 Branham, P. 89 Branham, W. 101 Brewer, S. 96 Brewer, T. 101 Brown, J. 29, 60, 62, 89 Brown, Jo. 19, 89 Brown, M. 25, 96 Brunn, J. 75 Bumgardner, T. 26, 28, 34, 35, 55. 89 Burcroff, J. 28, 61, 62, 89 Burcroff, T. 26, 28, 35, 51, 55, 61, 62, 63, 75 Burgess, T. 105 Burns, W. 26, 92 Burris, M. 75 Bussard, B. 28, 29, 34, 35, 36. 60, 75 Byers, G. 16, 35, 50, 66, 75 Byers, M. 22, 23, 28, 29, 31, 34, 35, 51, 60, 67, 71, 88, 89 Carpenter, D. 29, 60, 92 Carpenter, Da. 23, 25, 57, 61, % Carpenter, Di. 105 Case, D. 96 Case, L. 89 Catterton, D. 92 Catterton, J. 89 Chamberlain, K. 59, 104 Chamberlain, S. 26, 27, 92 Champman, J. 34, 35, 76 Charlton, G. 29, 81 Clark, J. 28, 29, 35, 41, 72, 89 Clark, L. 96 Clark, P. 101 Clarkson, M. 101 Cleaveland, B. 101 Cleaveland, G. 28, 29, 32, 35, 50, 61, 74, 109 Cleaveland, S. 92 Cline, N. 25, 96 Cline, Ni. 96 Closser, J. 26, 27, 57, 96 Closser, L. 22, 29, 76 Coburn, D. 89 Coburn, R. 96 Cole, L 101 Cole, S. 105 Coldren, S. 101 Combs, W. 101 Cooley, L 105 Cooper, M. 96 Copeland, B. 28, 29, 51, 61, 62, 76 Copeland, T. 28, 29, 50, 62, 63, 89 Cordes, C. 16, 22, 23, 29, 41, 69,89 Cordes, G. 29, 39, 76 Cordes, P. 105 Com, B. 58, 62, 101 •Corn, J. 26, 77, 92 Corn, R. 62, 101 Corwin, D. 31, 76 Cox, B. 25, 96 Cripe, J. 101 Cripe, H. 26, 27, 92 Cripe, S. 25, 29, 89 Cunningham, K. 57, 96 Custer, K. 11, 23, 25, 29, 31, 32, 39, 53, 66, 68, 76 Custer, Ki. 100 Dale, K. 15, 26, 27, 59, 61, 66, % Dale, L. 96 Dale, T. 15, 26, 27, 57, 96 Dale, S. 22, 28, 29, 50, 55, 61, 74 Davenport, J. 59, 105 Davidson, C. 102 Davidson, J. 29, 60, 89 Davidson, L. 96 Davidson, N. 105 Dawson, G. 28, 57, 61, 62, 96 Dawson, K. 29, 35, 76, 86, 109 Day, R. 26, 27, 96 DeArmond, C. 16, 25, 31, 45, 47, 89 DeArmond, T. 58, 62, 102 Denney, K. 105 Denney, S. 10, 28, 29, 51, 61, 68,76 Derek, E. 92 Dershem, R. 22, 25, 29, 30, 42, 69,89 Dias, R. 102 Dillard, G. 59, 62, 105 Dixon, L. 57. 96 Draper, E. 102 Draper, L. 29, 89 Dreier, G. 102 Driscoll, V. 29, 92 DuBois, R. 96 Dunphy, D. 96 Durnbaugh. A. 105 Dyson, D. 102 Dyson, G. 76 Dyson, K. 28, 50, 55, 56, 61, 62, 92 Dyson, R. 97 Eads, B. 59, 105 Eads, C. 22, 25, 44, 52, 64, 69, 89 Eckerly, P. 92 Eckerly, S. 105 Eiler, B. 32, 97 Eller, D. 25, 29, 69, 72, 89 Eller, De. 97 Elliot, S. 105 Elward, A. 45, 47, 97 England, G. 24, 92 Fahmow, J. 28, 76 Fahmow, Z. 105 Fansler. C. 106 Faust, t. 62, 106 Faust, M. 97 Fearnow, J. 60, 97 Fearnow, Jo. 102 Fearnow, M. 97 Fearnow, R. 28, 29, 51, 60, 89 Felabom, L. 102 Felabom, S. 92 Ferguson, J. 26, 35, 77 Ferguson. M. 58, 62, 102 Ferrier, J. 105 Ferrier, M. 22, 23, 29, 77 Fields, C. 92 Finnegan, D. 89 Finnegan. T. 58, 100 Fishback, A. 57, 62, 97 Fisher, J. 97 Flack, D. 102 Fleck, D. 26, 92 Fleck, G. 26, 27, 97 Fleck. P. 102 Flitcraft, R. 57, 61, 97 Flohr, B. 97 Flohr, S. 106 Forbes, R. 106 Forbes, S. 97 Ford, E. 25, 29, 42, 92 Ford, K. 59, 62, 106 Ford, S. 29, 51, 62, 77 Forrester, J. 26. 92 Frank, R. 60. 93 Friermood, C. 97 Friermood, K. 23, 29, 31, 56, 77, no Friermood, M. 42, 93 Futrell. M. 106 Gaff, B. 97 Gaff. D. 25, 29. 31, 89 Gatchel. B. 97 Gatchel, P. 30, 89 Gidle«-. C. 59, 106 Gidlev. J. 25. 28, 29, 32, 55, 66, 93 Gilbert. J. 26. 28. 56. 61. 62. 90 Gilbert, R. 59. 62, 106 Gilbert. S. 97 GUmer. J. 28, 29. 55, 56. 61, 62, 64, 89, 108 Gingrich. S. 97 Givens. V. 25. 31, 93 Golden. S. 106 Gordon. G. 25, 93 Gorsuch. B. 24. 97 Graft, R. 25. 29. 42. 56. 72. 93 Graham. E. 25. 32. 68. 89 Graham. K. 102 Grandstaff. K. 106 Gressley. J. 90 Griffith, D. 60, 93 Groendyke. C. 25. 29. 42. 93 Grogg. P. 102 Grossman. B. 102 Gustin, B. 102 Guslin, S. 77 Haecker. B. 106 Haecker. Bo. 26. 27. 93 Hall. C. 29. 93 Hall, D. 93 10 Hanes, K. 25, 71, 97 Hanes, L. 106 Harrell, H. 29, 93 HarreU, J. 59, 62, 106 Harrell, M. 58, 102 Harris, K. 97 Hartong, B. 106 Hartong, S. 97 Haupert, G. 57, 61, 62, 97 Haupert, R. 97 Hay, J. 102 Heckman, E. 15, 22, 26, 32, 39, 77 Heckman, T. 97 Hedrick, K. 29, 77 Hefflefinger, S. 100 Hegel, D. 16, 24, 25, 29, 32, 67, 68, 90 Herendeen, V. 106 Herron, L. 29, 90 Hileman, D. 93 Hileman, Di. 29, 35, 77 Hiner, B. 26, 27, 97 Hippensteel, P. 23, 29, 37, 77 Hipskind, S. 24, 97 Kite, H. 25, 90 Hoover, E. 77 Hoover, J. 106 Hoover, R. 97 Horner, S. 102 Horine, M. 106 Horstman, D. 31, 90 Hirstman, Du. 102 Howard, B. 59, 104 Houlihan, J. 59, 106 Howell, D. 28, 29, 51, 61, 90, 109 Howell, J. 57, 97 Huffman, D. 18, 106 Huffman, K. 62, 97 Huffman, Ki. 102 Hughes, J. 102 Hunt, L. 93 Jackson, B. 23, 29, 31, 78 Jackson, R. 55, 61, 62, 64, 90 Janeway, C. 58, 102 Jeffrey, M. 106 Jeffrey, R. 25, 93 Jones, R. 29, 30, 78, 86 Justus, J. 102 Justus, M. 93 Keafaber, J. 25, 97 Keffaber, K. 22, 29, 30, 32, 34, 36, 39, 64, 78 Keffaber, Kr. 29, 31, 32, 42, 72, 97 Keffaber, L. 106 Keefer, J. 97 Keith, M. 78 Keith, T. 102 Kellam, D. 22, 25, 78, 108 Kendall, B. 98 Kendall, M. 25, 90 Kerr, M. 26, 78 Kessler, J. 78 King, D. 28, 55, 56, 61, 62 ' , 93 King, S. 90 Kirby, J. 17, 93 Kirk, N. 59, 62, 106 Kisner, J. 98 Kisner, T. 26, 28, 29, 51, 78 Klare, T. 23, 29, 30, 31, 34, 35, 78, 109 Knee, T. 26, 27, 90 Kreider. T. 25, 29, 93 Krom, Ja. 25, 93 Krom, J. 28, 56, 57, 61, 88, 98 Kusiak, G. 28, 57, 98 Kusiak, Gr. 22, 25, 28, 29, 44, 51, 69, 71, 90 Landrum, J. 106 Lane, P. 78 Laudeman, M. 23, 29, 36, 31, 35, 79 Lauer, E. 29, 93 Lauer, J. 98 Lauer, L. 106 Lauer, S. 93 Lawson, J. 12, 26, 27, 98 Lawson, M. 30, 79 Leach, S. 60, 98 Lefforge, M. 25, 92, 53, 93 Lefforge, S. 22, 25, 29, 35, 41, 42, 45, 46, 74 Leisure, K. 98 Lewis, B. 93 Lewis, S. 23, 29, 79, 86 Lewis, St. 102 Long, C. 106 Long, L. 36, 93 Lutz, L. 24, 90 Lynn, B. 22, 25, 28, 29, 34, 35, 45, 50, 61, 74 Lynn, Bi. 26, 27, 56, 57, 88, 98 Lynn, J. 17, 62, 80, 106 Lynn, Jo. 106 Mader, W. 24, 98 Mann, R. 31, 106 Mann, Ru. 79 Manning, D. 93 Martin, J. 102 Mattern, A. 58, 103 Mattem, C. 29, 31, 42, 79 Mattern, J. 59, 106 Maurer, M. 93 McColley, R. 26, 94 McKillip, D. 58, 62, 102 McKiUip, Do. 31, 35, 42, 90 McKinley, J. 12, 25, 29, 42, 88, 94 McKinley, N. 68, 79 McLaughlin, M. 22, 29, 32, 69, 90 McVicker, S. 67, 88, 98 Meek, B. 57, 98 Meek, T. 106 Mendenhall, B. 15, 6i; 98 Meyer, L. 98 Meyer, J. 102 Meyer, Ra. 26, 93 Meyer, Ro. 26, 27, 98 Meyer, S. 60, 98 Meyer, St. 94 Milam, C. 26, 27, 98 Miller, B. 22, 25, 29, 33, 35, 39, 44, 52, 64, 66, 79 MiUer, Bo. 98 MiUer, Br. 102 Miller. C. 22, 29, 30, 34, 35, 42, 79, 109 Miller, F. 106 Miller, G. 59, 62, 106 Miller, J. 23, 90 MiUer, K. 29, 32, 56, 68, 94 Miller, P. 15, 26, 42, 98 Miller, Ph. 79 Miller, V. 106 Mills, M. 29, 31, 90 Mills, S. 94 Minnear, S. 35, 79 Monce, R. 58, 102 Monce, Ro. 25, 29, 80 Monroe, B. 11, 22, 25, 29, 30, 34, 35, 42, 53, 74 Monroe, Bo. 98 Mouser, J. 106 Murphy, L. 102 Murphy, P. 107 Murray, E. 94 Murray, L. 14, 100 Murray, M. 94 Myers, L. 25, 28, 29, 55, 61, 62, 63, 66, 94 Myers, M. 102 Nees, J. 29, 90 Nees, K. 102 Norris, A. 90 Gates, B. 100 Odum, C. 107 Odum, D. 15, 26, 27, 57, 98 Odum, J. 23, 26, 29, 31, 80 Ogan, R. 25, 98 Oswalt, J. 26, 29, 90 Pabalan, L 23, 29, 32, 33, 35, 45, 66, 67, 68, 74, 108 Pankop, G. 107 Pankop, R. 94 Panning. R. 57, 98 Panning, T. 28, 60, 62, 90 Parke, J. 107 Parrett, J. 10, 19, 22, 25, 29, 31, 80 Parrett, M. 107 Parson, V. 107 Paschall, D. 27, 102 Pattee, M. 60, 94 Pattee, P. 26, 90 Peat, C. 29, 94 Pickins, D. 63, 103 Plough, C. 107 Plough, D. 80 Pobst, B. 57, 66, 98 Poole, C. 25, 98 Porter, L. 23, 60, 94 Powell, M. 107 Pressler, S. 26, 94 Pretorious, M. 58, 62, 103 Pretorious, P. 24, 98 Proctor, J .107 Proctor, S. 24, 98 Quivey, L. 103 Radabaugh, C. 98 Radabaugh, J. 28, 29, 50, 61, 80 Radabaugh, M. 72, 94 Rantz, M. 94 Rantz, S. 98 Rehak, R. 57, 98 Renz, R. 26, 27, 94 Rice, T. 103 Rife, C. 28. 55, 61, 62, 80 Roberts, C. 24, 90 Roberts, W. 107 Rodocker, D. 94 Rodocker, P. 11, 29, 30, 80 Rogers, A. 29, 90 Rogers, P. 58. 62, 103 Roser, L. 26, 94 Roser, M. 103 Roser, S. 29, 36, 80 Ross, C. 80, 86 Ross, D. 28, 29, 50, 56, 90 Ross, M. 25, 98 Roth, C. 58, 103 Roth, P. 94 Rush, B. 103 Saulman, R. 80 Schenkel, D. 103 Schlemmer, C. 94 Schlemmer, P. 98 Schlemmer, Ph. 99 Schlemmer, S. 103 Schnepp, B. 31, 80 Schnepp, M. 107 Schnepp, S. 103 Scholes, M. 99 Schole s, Mi. 103 Schrader, L. 94 Schuler, C. 29, 35, 81 Schultz, A. 23, 94 Schultz, D. 107 Schultz, S. 28, 90 Scott, B. 94 Shaffer, C. 103 Shear, J. 23, 29, 87 Sheetz, L. 29, 72, 90 Shellenbarger, J. 107 Siders, D. 60, 94 Siferd, C. 58, 103 Simpson, J. 26, 27, 94 Simpson, S. 99 Skaggs, J. 31, 90, 110 Slater, L. 58, 103 Slater, S. 107 Sloan, T. 99 Sloniker, R. 56, 57, 62, 99 Smalley, D. 107 Smalley. M. 29, 60, 94 Smith, A. 29, 90 Smith, D. 26, 95 Smith, J. 58, 103 Smith, M. 22, 23, 32, 81, 108 Smith, R. 58, 103 Snapp, C. 99 Snapp, G. 25, 29, 90 Sparling, D. 26, 99 Sparling, Do. 29, 91 Stanley, N. 107 Staten, D. 103 Staten, E. 107 Steele, L. 103 Steele, S. 95 Stephenson. D. 99 Stewart, C. 99 Stewart, N. 107 Stor ' , D. 91 Story, V. 107 Stouffer, B. 91 Stout, C. 103 Stout, L. 91 Strong, H. 107 Strong, V. 91, 67 Stuckey, P. 91 Sturgill, R. 107 Stowe, E. 25, 72, 91 Stowe, J. 24, 56, 57, 88, 99 Stowe, T. 107 Summers, D. 58, 62, 103 Swan, J. 99 Swango, J. 25, 95 Swango, M. 91, 71 Swope, B. 99 Swope, D. 26, 95 Tackett, B. 103 Tarter, D. 25, 91 Tarter, Do. 103 Teague, B. 99 Teague, J. 60, 95 Teague, L. 103 TerreU, P. 19, 25. 91 Thompson, C. 91 Thompson, Ce. 99 Thrush, L. 26, 60, 95 Thrush, M. 29, 95 Thrush, R. 103 Tomlinson, G. 91 Tomlinson, T. 99 Townsend, J. 29, 95 Townsend, M. 107 Tracy, F. 26, 27, 99 Tracy, M. 31, 52, 64, 81 Tracy, N. 31, 95 Treska, R. 24, 99 Tucker, C. 103 Tucker, D. 15, 91 Tucker, De. 99 Tucker, J. 91 Tucker, Ju. 81 Tucker, 0. 99 Tyner, D. 81 Unger, C. 25, 42, 95 Unger, P. 107 Urschel, B. 91 Urschel, C. 22, 88, 91 Urschel, Ci. 103 Vigar, B. 95 Vigar, C. 91 Vigar, G. 107 Vigar, M. 107 Vigar, P. 17, 29, 95 Walker, B. 99 Walker, M. 24, 95 Walker, P. 103 Wasem, P. 107 Watson, B. 27, 91 Waymire, K. 19, 81 Weaver, D. 107 Weaver, L. 95 Weisenberger, D. 25, 91 Weisenberger, J. 107 Weiss, M. 91 Weitzel, M. 25, 99 West, J. 28, 55, 56, 64, 95 West, L 81 White, R. 56. 61, 91 White, Rick 58, 103 White, S. 59, 104 Wilcox, J. 91 Wilcox. M. 81 Wilcox, P. 62, 103 Willcox, D. 103 Willcox, J. 99 Willcox, Jo. 26, 95 Willcox, Ju. 99 Willcox, M. 23, 95 Williams, J. 99 Wilson, B. 99 Wilson, Br. 107 Wilson, C. 22, 25, 30, 32, 91 Wilson, J. 29, 42, 56, 95 WUson. M. 26, 28, 51, 60, 95 Winer, B. 27, 26, 62, 95 Winstead, C. 26, 27. 99 Wolf, C. 91 Wolf, E. 57, 99 Wood, D. 107 Working, B. 103 Worthington, T. 95 Wray, A. 81 Wray, C. 103 Wright. R. 26, 27, 72, 91 Wright, D. 23, 25, 95 Wvsong, L. 99 Wvsong, M. 22, 29, 31. 91 Yates, J. 26. 27. 28. 91 Yates, M. 58, 62, 103. Yentes, J. 45. 47. 56, 67. 88, 95 Yentes, K. 107 Yentes. L. 107 Yocum. P. 29. 30, 31, 35. 37, 91 Yoder, A. 88, 95 Yoder, J. 26. 27, 99 Young, A. 57, 99 Young. N. 88. 91 Zimpleman, J. 107 Last Day of School . . . Tuesday May 26 2:10 Roof was blown off the auditorium. . . ' .


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