Northfield High School - Shield Yearbook (Wabash, IN)

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SHIELD Northfield H.S. Wabash, IN 46992 Volume 12 Table of Contents Happenings.. 6 Daily Life...... 26 Man vs. Man 46 Pastimes 66 Population ... 96 Index 138 A part of coming to Northfield High School is enduring the long days and nights involving frisbees at lunch, rice once a week, ordering class rings, Rich Loehnis ' s 100th point, swiping outhouses, " wet " football games, " Hoosier Hysteria, " seventh grade shakes, geometry notebooks, fall play, last night deadlines, broken bones, " one-day vacations " , being called to the office, (to change a sign?), staying all nigh j at school, trying to enjoy the full fiv minutes between classes, Tiny ' s bus route, 7th period bowling league, prom jitters, homecoming three years in a row. Miss D ' s $25 speeches, and forgetting to order a brick wall. J U v ' J-) S- - ■ i ' ' x,r.,r;;; « ■ IW Hj ■ 1 1 Bp fl ' - ' - . ■ ■ ' ifev H K ' 1 R 1 E ii tt- . 5 J| s lE 3 i ' 7 ' 1 KHt ' ' L " S3!- - ■■■■ " l-j B 1 1 Often during the course of our li os we get involved in more than just every day living. We spend our time in activities that expand our outlook. We participate in social events that broden our horizons and we then form new theories of life. We sing, dance, sweat, play. work, research, and learn to live with each other. We give meaning to the Ccnl(!r of Our World. C 2 CD 00 o u s o CD (D o -I— ' (D •pH o en If the saying " Third Time is a Charm " holds true then it worked for the Class of 74 as they swept all honors for the third time since then sophomore year. During the half-time festivities Se- nior football player Jeff Mast was crowned King and then in turn crowned Senior Diana Culver as the 1973 Homecoming Queen. Even Homecoming has its be- witching hour as one unfortunate girl was struck by a male member of the Senior class in her car at A W while parading through Wabash in a mile long string of cars. Bad luck just didn ' t happen to the female sex as a group of Seniors were caught " borrowing " outhouses for the bon- fire. The members of this group had their chance to brush up on their carpenter work for they had to rebuild one outhouse from Urbana. fiiuhl: Junior candidates sil on the runner-up float. Queen candidate was Robbi Baker with Dave Metz. tcing candidate. Be ovv: Diana Culver, Homecoming Queen. smile.s atop the si ' niors ' winning float. u ■r. Left: Representing the sophomore ' s is Linda Dixon. Their king candidate was |eff Loehnis. Below. Cathy Yentes, 72-73 Queen, turns over her reign to Diana Culver shortly after Jeff Mast was named King. Above: Senior Tailback Dean White, struggles past South Adam ' s defensive line. The result of the game was a loss for Northfield 16-6. Loft: Amy Vrooman, freshman candidate for queen, awaits pre-game announcements. Dan Carr was her escort and king candidate. Right: Students get into the mood of the music at the Homecoming dance. HAMfttmeHlS ROAST BEEF SANDWICH Right: Juniors Mitch Sorrell, Dave Swart. Dave Metz " work " on constructing their float. 1 . Outstanding students in the math and science department received honors in March and April. North- field ' s science fair was held March 15. Pat Holloway was awarded the outstanding award of this event. At the regional science fair she and Matt Baker competed. There. Matt was awarded a third place ribbon and certificate for the Most Out- standing in the field of physics, given by the Air Force. The Regional Science Fair was held April 20 at Be- thel College. A mathematics team composed of Tom Van Buskirk. Randy Samsel. Todd Com. and Kerr ' Keffaber took top honors at a contest held at Man- chester College April 20. Math team winners; front: Tom ' an Buskirk. Randy SamseL bock: Todd Com. Kerr - Keffa- ber. Mr. Rice. Math and Science Students Take Awards Matt Baker and Pat Holloway proudly display their prize-winning projects- alow. Anne Frank Qean Dutt) tries to console Peter VanDaan (Gary Dale) from his frustration. TBTXl Above: Shock hits the two families as they re- alize the police have discovered their hideout. Right: Micp (Betky Thrush), Mr. Kraler (Keith Shaw), and Mr. Frank (Mike Skaggs) sadly read the final entry of Anne ' s diary. After six weeks of practicing dili- gently, memorizing lines, and creat- ing an effective set, the cast and crew of " The Diary of Anne Frank " presented their talents November 16 and 17. The story centered around the Franks and VanDaans. two Jewish families hiding from the Nazis dur- ing World War II. Anne Frank, the lead character, kept a diary which revealed her thoughts and problems of living in confinement for two years. From this diary the play was written. Besides overcoming the usual jit- ters the cast and crew members of this play found new barriers to over- come, such as: learning to make a complete costume change in about 45 seconds, putting up with two cats in the dressing room, or arriving five minutes before curtain time on opening night after driving into the ditch. Left: The Franks and Van Daans listen in- tently as Mr. Frank reads the Hannukah prayer. Above; Anna welcomes Mr. Dussel (Pat Breedlovo) to their hide-out. Left; Anne ,ind Margol Frank study under their parents ' guidance. Mouschi. Pntcr ' s cat. purrs conlcntedly on his bed. Cast Anne Frank Jean Dutt Peter VanDaan. Gary Dale Mr. Frank Mike Skaggs Mrs. Frank Rosie Sweet Mrs. VanDaan .. ..Denise Norman Mr. VanDaan.... Randy Lewis Mr. Dussel Pat Breedlove Margot Debbie McLaughlin Mr. Kraler Keith Shaw Miep Becky Thrush 1 y Crew: FronI; T. Harrington, D. Biehl, K. Strange. L. Sanders. Row 2; S. Cook, A. Ri- sher. A. Risher, |. Carr. P. Breedlove. Row 3: D. Unger. D. Holloway, S. McColley, D. Brod- boek. Row 4: L. Hantelman, K. Heflin, P. Holloway. Riflht; Cindy Samsel, student director, and Pat Holloway and David Unger, student pro- ducers perform their backstage duties. Left: Bearing many expressions, students await their chance to devour their daily meal. Lunchtime Is . . . Left: Kevin Siders and Robert Floyd take ad- vantage of the ketchup and mustard. . your stomach growling at 9:00 . eating fast to play ping-pong . smelling food in study hall . rice every week . tripping the mad rush . long lines . " I ' m still hungry! " . singing " Happy Birthday " . leaning on the heaters . watching everyone else eat while you ' re dieting . cutting in line Left: Cooks show their spirit on " sock it to ' em, squish ' em, lie ' em up. cap ' em day. Pre-Prom Preparations Those few days before the prom are sometimes better than the prom its itself. Last minute hems, your old hairstyle after two hours at the beauty shop, smudged fingernail polish, wilted flowers because you got them too early, car splashed af- ter spending the afternoon cleaning it, a borrowed car because yours has bucket seats and platform shoes be- cause your girl is taller are just part of the excitement of the prom. Luz Garcia anxiously vvatctics as Kim Karns finishes the hem in her dress. Above; Cyn Cammack asks clerk about orde ing a flower for her date. Hi°bl: Randy Titus washes his car before Prom nile. Somewhere My Love This year ' s juniors, with the help of sponsors Mr. Kaltenmark, Mr. Walker, and Mrs. Bozarth, put to- gether the prom for May 4, 1974. The theme was " Somewhere My Love, " and was accented with colors of aqua and mint green and pink roses. A summer house provided a roman- tic atmosphere for the dancing couples. Entertainment for the eve- ning was provided by the " Circus City Six. " The prom was attended by ap- proximately 300 students, faculty, and guest and was a fitting ending for the end of the senior ' s high school days. Left: Kaye Pretorius and Andy Deeter are sur- prised by the photographer. Above: Sophomores serving for the prom were Kelly Merrick. LouAnn Swihart, Debbie Brodbeck. and Jane Wasem. Left: Mitch Sorrell and Lynn McKillip enjoy dancing to the " Circus City Six. " Randy Renbarger samples the aqua punch while Mr. Walker gets ready to taste the cake. Deana Wilhelm, her date, Nancy Pretorius and Mike White finish their dance. NHS ' s drama department faced a new, but heart-warming problem as they filled the auditorium beyond its capacity during the performance of " Funny Girl. " Extra chairs had to be set up for Friday night ' s show to seat the extra patrons of the North- field stage. Rose Sweet starred as Fanny Brice, the Ziegfield star of the 20 ' s and 30 ' s. Playing opposite Rose was Kerry Keffaber portraying her hus- band, Nick Arnstein. The play cen- tered around the growth of Fanny ' s stage career and her eventual mar- riage to Nick. Miss Durnbaugh and Mr. Hellems were co-directors, assisted by Mrs. Flohr, Mr. Trump, and Ms. Jane Mer- cer, a student teacher. Student direc- tors and producers were Dave Unger, Belinda Helvey and Kirk Heflin. The backdrop was painted by Janet Bidwell. Kerry Keffaber as Nick Arnstein tells Fanny Brice (Rose Sweet) " You Are Woman. " Kay Pretorius applies make-up to Tam Sausa- man before final dress-rehearsal. V4 ' tures Audience ' s Heart Gary Dale as Eddie Ryan and Denise Norman as Rose Brice perform their song " Who Taught Her Everything. " Karen Helvey. James Chowning, Pat Breed- love, Randy Lewis, and Kirk Heflin portray the supporting characters. CD w HI 1 1 r Marching, dancing, and singing were among the many tasks of the chorus members. S Left: Sandy Cook, Iris Tackelt. Cindy Samsel, and Denise Norman discuss Fanny ' s future over a game of poker. Below: Jody Carr as Jenny and Gary Dale as Eddie were featured in the song " Rat-Tat-Tat- Tat. " Faculty members Mr. Walker and Mr, Coppler were tenor soloists for " His Love Makes You Beautiful. " Walter Harrell and Greg Hite prepare for Commencement. 126 Seniors Graduate May 25th Above: The 1974 graduation class is in- troduced to faculty, parents, and guests. Right; Seniors were tassles left to right and of- ficially become Northfield graduates. Dr. Raymond E. " Dutch " Struck impressed the importance of caring, sharing and daring upon the 1974 graduating class. Commencement was held May 5 in the gym, where 126 seniors received their diplomas and red roses, the class flower. Kerry Keffaber, valedictorian, and Rose Sweet, salutatorian also presented addresses. Eugenia Dris- coll gave the invocation, and Sherry Gidley, the benediction. Besides the traditional proces- sional and recessional, the high school band played selections from ' No, No Nanette, " and accompanied Mr. Hellems in his solo, " You ' ll Never Walk Alone. " I Left: Carol Fleck helps Kerry Keffaber with his robe before Commencement begins. Below: Nancy Weaver accepts her red rose with a solemn look on her face. Left: Luz Garcia. Sharon McColley. and Karen Hrlvcy look happy as they receive Ihcir roses. Right: Kerry Keffaber, valedictorian, accepts his diploma from superintendent Lawrence Wade. Below: Rosie Sweet, salutatorian, gives her speech at graduation on the past, present, and future. Linda Hantelman. Rose Sweet., Kerry Keffa- ber, Karen Helvey and Denise Norman proudly display their awards received during the annual awards convo. J M ■j 1 9 HH.— ( Bi i ' H W Wr . 1 Hr l l H ' s r • ■L - i i Bifl 1 r r !H f Two awards programs were fea- tured this spring to acknowledge high service and honor of NHS stu- dents. Honor Night was held the evening of May 16; Honors Day was May 23, the seniors ' last day of school. Parents were invited to the second annual Honor Night. Students achieving all A ' s and B ' s were awarded certificates or trophies. Nine students, Rose Sweet, Randy Samsel, Debbie Brodbeck, Jane Dawes, Lee Ann Morrison, Teresa Rice, Lori Bever, Judy Goff and Lisa Beals received all A ' s. Rev. Merrill B. McFall gave the address. The Honors Day program gave awards in categories of scholarships, athletics, academics and service. Students Are Honored in Two Programs 5 . Kerry Keffaber and Rose Sweet smile after being selected valedictorian and salutatorian. National Honor Society tenth grade winners Debbie Brodbeck and )oe Stieglitz admire the plaque where their names will appear. Studying and learning about the world around us is one of our main activities in school. Through lan- guage arts we learn to communicate with others; in fine arts, to express ourselves; in math and science, to deal with the practicalities of life; and in practical arts to use our tal- ents to the best of our ability. In courses ranging from trigonometry to ceramics each of us tries to equip ourselves for the life outside which will soon become the Center of Our World. . j i :-■ Science Department- Famous for m- Junior high students study quietly while Mr. Mast finishes grading tests. While walking in the area of the biology and chemistry labs, students were often seen sniffing the air. Of- ten odors of formaldehyde, ether, and various chemicals floated through the halls, reminding stu- dents of the existence of the science department. Students enrolled in biology, ad- vanced biology, and general science were given the chance to try their hand at dissection. Chemistry and physics students were often found working in the lab on various ex- periments. Health is required of all sophomores, giving basic facts of physiology. Above; Mr. Walker explains to the freshman biology students the amazing wonders of dandelions. Left; Mr. Walker, Lamoine Sanders, and Bill Baker examine the internal parts of a grasshopper. Courses offered in the agriculture department included agriculture I and II, animal science, plant and soil science, farm management, ad- vanced crops and livestock produc- tion, horticulture, natural resources, farm structures I and II, and farm mechanics I and II. Activities included building pic- nic tables, welding, and main- tenancing tractors. On May 21st the freshman held a tractor rodeo where they not only competed in the contest but also learned about the safety and skill in- volved in handling a tractor. Rrx Baer, Kevin Bell, Steve Poe. Dean Weaver, Randy Grossman watch Mr. Harts demonstrate the reconstruction of a mower motor. Ag Students Complete Several Activities Above: Bill Schultz polishes his skills for the freshman tractor rodeo. Right: After finishing building picnic tables, Rex Baer and Randy Grossman await their meal. Home Economics is a one semes- ter required course for grades seven and eight. The seventh grade unit is divided into three main categories: foods and nutrition, family rela- tions, and child development. The eighth grade curriculum offers clothing, grooming, housing, and party planning. One semester in-depth courses were designed for grades 9-12. The following courses were offered in this curriculum: consumer educa- tion, interpersonal relationships, foods, clothing, child development and family living, and bachelor survival. Left: Craig Barnett puts final touches on his tie under the supervision of Dean Mishler and N4rs. Tobey. Above; Mrs. Tobey shows the proper way of diapering a baby for seventh graders Lori Nic- cum and Rosie Kramer. Evelyn McKinley and Debbie Kochenour work together to make punch. Ives to Be? Sociology Study Centers on Death Above: Mr. Kaltenmark ' s sociology class dis- cusses some of the aspects of death. Righl: Mr. Winegardner and his world history clan believe in togetherness. Courses offered in the social stud- ies department this year were orien- tation, Indiana history, American history, world history, world geogra- phy, psychology, sociology, govern- ment, and economics. In sociology classes students par- ticipated in a wide range of activi- ties ranging from listening to special speakers to visiting cemeteries on their own, in an effort to acquaint themselves with the reality of death. In government and economics se- niors attempted to learn more about becoming useful citizens of the United States. Left: Deb Schuler and Linda Cartwright work on their U.S. History notebooks. Below: The end of government class provides a good time for Rose Sweet to take a rest. Above: Seniors work frantically to finish those dreaded worksheets in government. Left: Juniors find U.S. History class a good time to catch up on " current events " in more ways than one. Girls ' physical education classes made an in-depth study of new sports. Archery, tennis, " tinikiling " and speed ball were among the sports studied. P.E. is a required course for students through grade ten. An advanced class is also of- fered for juniors and seniors. Boys in the advanced class were challenged with an obstacle course set up in the fall. Other classes stud- ied various sports and activities. Right: As Carole Bohnoff pitches, Sheila Wil- son anticipated catching a ground ball. Below: Seventh graders :spot: as student at- tempts a stunt on the trampoline. New Sports Learned in Physical Education Math Department Offers Several Electives Right; Mr. Christie gives a preview of six- weeks grades to freshman general math students. Several electives were offered in the high school math department in preparation for college. Algebra I, geometry, algebra II, and senior math (trigonometry) gave students a broad range of information in the mathematical field. Junior high students were re- quired to take two years of general math. A freshman general math course was also offered for those not planning to attend college. Left: Denise Harvey uses the potter ' s wheel in completing her project. Below; Mr. Miller explains to Keith Kelly a different technique in his sketch. Art Students Provide Holiday Decorations Left: Ricky Leach and Tom Curtis hold a seemingly interesting conversation while " working " on their projects. Art classes this year expressed more of the students ability to create. Junior high students did sev- eral craft projects including tie- dying, the totem pole placed in the court, and the Christmas and Easter Grinches in the cafeteria. High school and advanced art stu- dents did projects in architecture, poster design, sculpture, and wood- cutting. First year art students prac- ticed drawing techniques. Several students worked with macrame while others worked on polarized pictures. Art appreciation was included in some courses with slides of the great artists from the early Greeks to the New Realism. Seventh and eighth grade students were required to take general music classes. These courses included studies in basic theory, music styles, and singing. High school choirs were divided into one freshman choir and two ad- vanced choirs. Although perfor- mances were few, students worked on improving tone quality and breathing techniques. Right: Steve Trump, Pat Holloway. Jill Biehl. Rod Grossman, Byron Burns and Karen Hel- vey proudly model their newly-acquired sweaters and jackets. Above: Mr. Hellems dicsusses some of the styles of music with his first period music class. Right: In their study of kinds of instruments seventh graders give their attention to a record. Basic Skills Taught in Music Department Ron Metz and Shelly Renbarger enact a skit in Spanish. . I French and Spanish Become More Fluent l " " ii ' M Above: Advanced Spanish students Robin Deeter, Mike Swan and Jayne Lange work on their book reports. Left: Mr. Fuschetto and his class check over a test. Again this year two foreign lan- guages were offered to high school students. French and Spanish classes were taught by Mr. Fuschetto. Basic skills of writing and speak- ing the language were learned in the first two years. An advanced Span- ish class based much of its study on conversation and reading novels. Guest speakers for the classes were exchange students from Brazil and Argentina. English Department Adopts New Books Above: Mim Smith, Lamoine Sanders, April Risher, Kirk Heflin, and Sandy Cook engage in a friendly discussion in drama. Right: Lisa Smith gives a make-up speech for Mrs. Flohr. This year the English department adopted a new series of books and also came up with some new faces. New staff members were Mrs. Flohr and Mrs. Van Ells. Seventh grade worked on sen- tence structure and also added indi- vidualized instruction classes. The eighth grade highlighted the year by acting out short stories and having a speed reading class. Freshman classes spent time working on com- positions, poetry and drama. Soph- omores studied short stories and novels. They also presented sales, persuasive, and demonstrative speeches. American lit included style, Negro poetry and several plays. Seniors completed four years of English by writing compositions, exploring English literature and studying college prepatory grammar. Left: Completing the newspaper on time is a nerve-wracking job as Lori Flohr. Mrs. Squires, Denise Norman and Rosie Sweet demonstrate. Below: Mrs. Smith ' s literature class quickly tries to finish their reading assignment before discussion. Left: Sophomore English students prove their knowledge of the course on the semester exam. Business Students Observe Court Trails Right: Sharon McColley uses her experience in office practice class to duplicate a test for Mrs. Busch. Below: Jay Alexander concentrates on im- proving his typing speed. Right; Bookkeeping practice sets require extra hours of work as Lori Ogan and Robbi Baker realize. For basic coverage of the business field, NHS offered salesmanship, marketing, business law and math, and general business. Students in business law classes had the oppor- tunity to view courtroom trials. Preparation for vocations in busi- ness was available in such courses as shorthand, office practice, typing I and II, and bookkeeping. Personal typing was offered for students wishing to gain basic typing skills. The basic program of the indus- trial arts class was drafting. The class drew pictures of houses and other buildings that had already been built. In the metal department the class worked with metal parts. Sheet metal was used to make scoops and other projects. Band iron was also used in making various projects. Students used wood to build stilts, bootjacks and gameboards. Left: Greg Pownall, Tim Wagers, Trina Schu- ler and Jerry France work on projects in fresh- man shop. Below; Bill Burnsworth concentrates on fin- ishing his woodworking project. Drafting Is Basic Program In Industrial Arts Bob Lundquist works in the welding department. Students Get Head Start In Occupational Fields Above; Pam Fitch and Keith Shaw set pa- trons ' hair while Lori Knott styles Judy Ford ' s. Below; Gary Favorite and Dennis Siders try to remember what part goes where. Northfield students are fortunate to be able to be a part of the Upper ■Wabash Career Center. The center is simply an extension of the six area high schools that it serves, of- fering students opportunities to train in many occupations. Students enrolled in the center may earn three credits a semester. Admission is determined by the stu- dent ' s attendance record, dis- ciplinary record and his academic performance. Course ' s offered are as follows: ag mechanics, auto body repair, auto mechanics, beauty culture, building trades, drafting, printing, electron- ics, business training and special needs. Above: Doug Hoffman and Jim Urschel calmly talk above the power of the machinery. Le t; Joyce Young works in the kitchen of the foods distribution department. The beginning of victory is the call of the sports war. War against the opponents, war against the oppressor. It starts on the field, in the gym, down country roads, up hills, on a straight-away, and in the locker room. It means the battering of the human body, the frustration of the mind, the pain of early season workouts, and the guts to keep going on. It ' s all a part of being an athlete. It ends in the sweet taste of victory or the agony of defeat. But the war goes on and is just another revolution around the Center of Our World. BB, CC Finish 2nd in TRC This year ' s cross country team coached by Harold Christie finished with a record of 8-7. In Invitational competition the Norse finished 4th in the North Miami Invitational, 5th in the Bennet Invitational, and 9th in the Norse Invitational, and 2nd in the Conference. The Norse hosted the Sectional meet at Highland Hill first time ever, and finished 7th out of 23 teams. This year ' s MVP went to Denny Dy- son. Chris Krom achieved the Most Improved Runner Award. Also Gary Dale was awarded the Most Loyal Award and Mark Haupert the Out- standing Underclassman Award. No one can say that baseball doesn ' t have it ' s hang-ups, for Andy Holycross while jumping in the air to snag a fly ball was snagged by the fence. The Big Blue baseball team re- corded a 9-17 season overall and a 4- 4 record in the conference. Jeff Mast received the Big Stick Award for offensive effort, Gary Kline, the Golden Glove for defen- sive effort, Mike White, pitching award and the Charlie Hustle Award went to Dean White. Jeff Mast and Dean White were named to the All-County 1st Team. Brad Bozarth and Mike White were All-Conference 1st Team selections. Cross Country runners take laps during prac- tice workout. VARSITY BASEBALL: Front-Kerry Hammel, Jeff Mast, Doug Weitzel, Bruce Shaw. Brad Bozarth. Kerry Keffaber, Gary Kline. Gary Norman. Back-Coach Winegardner. Mike White. Ron Metz, Randy Titus. Rod Merrick. Dean Mishler. Andy Holycross. Dave Metz. Dean White, Jimmy Bowman, Scott Driscole WM ' 4f ' ¥ I V. BASEBALL: Front-Tom Heeter. Randy S[)arks, Gary Corn, Edward Blair, Jay Hetl- ni.insperger. Bock- Don Shafer, Jeff Hammel, Hobby Hettmansperger, Ron Tucker, Lamoine Sanders. cd CD H DjO c 5 -1— ' d: a; X -1— ' ' " " 03 -(— ' en -1— ' O O m The 1973-74 wrestling team had a slow start but came out fighting af- ter the New Year. First the Big Blue won the North Miami Tourney and then sent Randy Good and Gary Norman to the Regional. Randy fin- ished the year with a third place in the regional and Gary ended his sea- son with a record of 20-2. Also the Big Blue placed second in the conference. Randy Good tries lo pin his opponent for an- other victory. Row V. Ken Kelly. Gary Norman. Doug Huff- man. Randy Good. |eff Wagers. Gary Ham- mel. Kevin Kelly. Row 2: Rick Baker. Randy Favorite. |im Urschel. Bob Hcttmansperger. Jerry France. Tom Martindale. Fred Anderson, Jay Hcttmansperger. Mark Filer. Randy Grossman. Steve Norman, Kent Martindale. Kirk Heflin. Girls Sports Turn in Winning Season Varsity Track: 1st Row— M. Svvope. L. Dixon. S. Metzucr, S. Sanders, G. Young. D. Patton. Back Row-L. [ohnson. T. Gill, K. Eilts. B. Hi ' lvey, Coach Burnett, K, Merrick, B. Hahn. C. Baker. D. Bechtol. Varsity Vollevball: K. Pretorius. M. Lane. K. Tiede.T, Gill ' . K. Steele. M. Svvope. K. Mer- rick, P. Fitch, K. Steele. Coach Burnett. The 1973-74 Girls Athletic year was a success as both the varsity basketball and volleyball teams fin- ished on a winning note. The volleyball team was runner- up in their sectional hosted by NHS. Varsity Basketball: M. Lane, P. Fitch. K. Steele. K. Pretorius. Coach Burnett. C. HoUen- back. T. Gill. K. Merrick. K. Steele, K. Tiede, . Hahn, o -i-H •p— ( o a; o Even on the gridiron " freak " events take place. The prime ex- ample of this is when Tony Yocum centered the football up . . . and . . . over the head of punter Jeff Mast. A new disease infected the team as Jeff Dawes and Dean White broke collar bones, Tony Yocum broke his foot and Roger Biehl sprained his back. This year football players were showed TLC (tender loving care) by their secret fans. The girls backed the boys by writing " pep notes " , baking cakes and leaving little good- ies in their lockers. The boys presented the girls with red roses at the Awards Banquet. For the first time in NHS history a football player made the AP All State Class C 1st Team. Jeff Mast was also voted M.V.P. for Wabash Countv for the 1973 football season. ? W -fl B ' i . H W! m 1 ■ ; ' { H Km M r t , 1 A •M ■b Mi Top: D. While. B. Hiilmanspfirgnr and Roger Biehl enjoy the cake the cheerleaders pres(!nl( ' d Ihem al Ihe end of the season. Ahove: Linemen make an open hole for ball carrier to rush through. Right: Summer prac- tices early in August. Saturday and after school resulted in an 8-2 season. m The varsity football squad charges on to the field to begin the second half of the Home- coming game. Dean White rushes on to reach his n39th yard for a school record. NHS 21 Southwood 14 19 Caston 6 24 Tri-Central 6 South Adams 16 22 North Miami 12 Triton 7 12 Manchester 45 Whites 54 Whitko 7 46 Southern Wells Row i: Dave Dale, M.J. Vrooman. Randy Titus. Jeff Mast, Dean White, Jim Urschel, Lane Custer. Row 2: Rex Baer, Roger Biehl, Gary Corn, Bob Lundquist, Tony Yocum, Gary Norman, Jerry DeVore, Bob Corn. Row 3: Head Coach Jim Kaltenmark, Randy Ren- barger, Rod Merrick, Jim Bowman, Mark Siders, Randy Grossman, Bob Hettmansper- ger, Mr. Griffith. Row 4: Coach Coppler, Jeff Hammel, Jeff Loehnis, Matt Driscoll, Steve Norman, Mark Eiler, Dennis Gouvan, Coach Campbell. Row 5: Coach Neale. Gary DeVore, Jay Hettmansperger, Steve Rice, Jeff Dawes. BUI Burnsworth, Jerry France, Coach Bruba- ker. Coach Winegardner. u •I— I CD Oh X w •r— I 03 o Row 1: |. lohnson, |. Wagers. B. Ford. T. Tully, B. Swan, K. Baor, S. Sanders, M. Shelton, T, Judy, K. Hammel. Row 2: B. Frchse, D. DeVore, G. Pownall, M. Kasamis, B. Baker, D. Carr, P. Smith, R. Floyd, T. Martindale, R, Hawkins, Row 3: Coach Copplcr, G. Bell, R,D. Hawkins, C. Noal, B. Shultz, D, Gil- lespie, M. Beals, D, Staggs, M. Skaggs, C, Sampson. -a -I— ' cd a; CD •i-H CD O Row 1: B. Patton, D. Hipsher. M. Lutz. T. Tyner. T. Krom. C. Cammack. T. Schncpp, M, McKillip, Row 2: B, Helvey. B. Met- zger, K. Sinclair, R, Weaver. J. France. L. Unger, T. Raver, B, Chittick, M. Baker. Row 3: Coach Neale, B. Baber, P, Van Me- ter, R, Grossman, S. Gill, B. Clark. D. Schnepp. M. Metzger. C. Faust. M. Culver. • . • . -, . ■ - ■ak. J . a ' -rg«TM A22: iM 6 i 1 L2 4 T ' 7 ' ' 5l. . l |y||ll|g|g| gj|l 1 Rtiw 1: T. McVoy. D. Harrell. [. France. R. Woodward. R. Kef- faber. T. Schuler. A. Ross. ). Haupcrt. R. Kochonour. L. Hau- pert. Row 2: D. Tooley. B. Helvey, T. Dawes, D. Sausaman. R. Walden. C. Allman. R. Shafer, S. ' shafer. E. Fitch, N. Vrooman, D, Swoet. Row 3: G. Miller. P. Van Buskirk, J. Warnock, F. Ford. I. Monce. D. Wilcox, K. Haupcrt, T. Polk. S. Foust, M. Baker, Coach Leming, M, Lundquist, D, Stanley. The 7th grade football team had a .500 season. We had a strong bal- anced running and passing attack against our opponents. A few costly errors cost us the defeats. Defense was the name of the game for North- field ' s 7th grade team. —Coach Leming— The 8th graders compiled a 3-4 record. We played a long tough schedule for 8th graders. The boys showed possibility for the future with teamwork and dedication. Dur- ing the season we worked mainly on acquiring fundamental skills of blocking, tackling, and stance. —Coach Neale— NHS ' s freshmen football team be- came the first team in the school ' s history to finish undefeated. Kevin Baer finished the season as offensive standout, scoring 13 TD ' s and an extra point. Dan Carr was leading passer with 31 completed passes in 64 attempts for 48%. Top receivers for the Frosh were Dan Gillespie, netting 9 passes for 121 yards, Chris Sampson receiving 15 passes for 110 yards, and Paul Smith who snagged 7 for 106 yards. The Norsemen intercepted a record setting 14 passes from the op- position, 2 of them were run back for TD ' s. Coach Coppler felt that the atti- tude, desire, and the ability to learn were the main assets for the team ' s success. —Coach Coppler— NHS 12 Manchester 22 North Miami 6 Caston 20 Salamonie 16 Crestview 8 18 Southwood 8 48 Eastbrook 14 NHS Won Caston Lost Justice Lost Southwood Won North Mia i Lost Wabash Won South Whitley Lost Pierceton NHS Southwood 6 18 North Miami 2 Wabash 30 6 Southwood B Basketball Big Blue Style Besides being a year of ups and downs the 1973-74 basketball season had its comical moments. Only Rich Loehnis could get a technical for hanging on the rim af- ter scoring his lone 2 points and marking up NHS ' s 100th point of the season. Kerry Keffaber was caught in the action as his head was trapped in a head lock with an opposing player. Jeff Mast showed his true grace when he went up for a shot and came down on top of a defender, then did a flip flop onto the floor. Even Tena Tyner was in the pic- ture as Greg Hite lunged into her and carried them both into the sec- ond row of fans at the Columbia City Sectional. Gary Kline showed his muscular strength by tearing down a bulletin board at Northwestern. The Norsemen showed true team- work as they mauled North Miami, crushed Caston, trounced Triton and completely destroyed Culver for the first conference crown in any sport. After a tear jerking awards ban- quet, Coach Miller ended his coach- ing at N.H.S. His successful reign as a coach is well-remembered and re- spected by many. 76 Blackford 81 61 Manchester 53 92 North Miami 69 89 Mentone 71 59 Caston 46 69 Oak Hill 78 82 Manchester 52 60 Southwood 76 86 Whitko 73 67 Marion Bennet 71 104 Culver 56 73 Southwood 63 53 Eastbrook 68 66 Triton 58 54 Northwestern 82 74 Eastern 66 79 Maconaquah 69 63 White ' s 57 69 Wawasee 74 67 Columbia City 61 64 Whitko 79 Above: Larry Schnepp drives in through Gas- ton ' s defense to score 2 more points. Right: Forward Jeff Mast bounds over Whitko defender for 2 points at Columbia City. J.V. Anticipates Coming Year as Varsity The 1973-74 Junior Varsity basket- ball team, coached by Jim Kalten- mark, finished the season with a 10- 8 record. Mike White was the leading scorer at the end of the season and Dwane Shepard was the leading rebounder. The Northfield-Southwood game was a memorable one when at the last tense moments Rod Merrick scored two points to win the game. Jeff Dawes and Jeff Loehnis sit on the bench and watch the action on the floor. J.V. Row 1; Mark Siders, Bob Corn, Jeff Loehnis, Jeff Hammell Row 2; Ron Metz Dwane Shepard, Tom VanBuskirk, Coach Kaltenmark. Freshmen Win Conference Jr. Hi Teams Improve The freshmen team finished with a 5-9 season, showing improvement towards the end of the season. A lot of desire was shown from the team- even practicing those odd hours. The 8th grade finished with a 5-8 season. They were willing to work and do what was necessary to be a winner. The seventh grade team has quali- ties needed to mold a team, ability to think, unselfish desire, and will- ingness to work. L ft, Freshmen. Row 1; B. Swan, M. Shelton, T. Wagers, S. Rogers. G. Bell. J. Johnson. Row 2: B. Frehse, D. Hawkins. R. Deeter, T. Tully. D. Carr, M. Kassamis, R. Baker. Row 3: Coach Neale, E. Fox, D. Dawes, T. Lane, D. Gillespie, C. Sampson, M. Bowen, P. Smith, D. Eads. Above, 7th grade. Row 1: C. Allman, T. Dawes, N. Vrooman, D. Sweet. R. Keffaber. Row 2; B. Helvey, L. Allen, ]. Draper, ). Biehll. B. Haupert.Row 3: T. Holman. P. VanBuskirk. E. Fitch, D. Eads, D. Wilcox, Row 4: T. Schu- ler, P. Draper, B. Reed, J. Warnock. Left, 8th grade. Row I: M. Lutz, S. Galley, C. Cam- mack, T. Tyner, R. Unger, Coach Walker. Row 2: R. Starr, R. Ross, T. Schnepp, T. Krom, M. Losher. Row 3: T. Raver, S. Gill, M. Culver, M. Metzger, D. Schnepp, Row 4: L. Hall, B. Hel- vey, R. Clark. Right; WOODY ' S GANG-Front: Tim Nic- cum. Randy Titus, Jerry DeVore, Rick Baker. Row 2: Dean White, Dave Dale, Andy Holycross. Below: EILER ' S OILERS: Front-Bill Be- ver, Fred Anderson. Matt Driscoll, Chris Krom, Mark Eiler. Row 2— Jay Hettmans- perger. Randy Favorite, Mike Deeter, Brian Harrell. Left: SUPER SUDS: Front-Mitch Sorre Don Shafer. Row 2: Ron Tucker. Steve Urschel, Mark Davenport, Bob DeWoody. Dean Weaver. Below: BEAST ' S-Ken Kelly, Mike Spauld- ing, Walter Harrell, Denny Dyson, Lane Custer. Craig Barnett. Intramural basi etball l nown for its wild shots, locker room prob- lems, and referee quibbles was a close year for all teams involved in the battle for All-School champion. At the end of the season there was an All-School Tourney in which the BEAST ' S defeated the GROSS- MAN ' S GORILLAS in front of an all school convo. The height of the convo was Craig Barnett ' s long bomb from center court. The boys voted on MVP and the award went to Tom Haupert. Hau- pert was also the high scorer with an average of 17.3 points a game. Beast ' s Conquer Gorillas in Finals Left: GROSSMAN ' S GORILLAS-Front.- Ke- vin Bell, Jim Bowman, Dave Metz, Gary Dale, Row 2: Roger Biehl. Tom Haupert, Mike Ben- son, Randy Grossman Below Left: CRAZY EIGHTS-Front: Dennis Hite, Chris Cole, Tony Judy, Bill Burnsworth. Row 2: Scott Judy, Ed Blair, Ron Judy, Rob Collins Above: RADICALS— Front: Jeff Speicher. Tom Tucker, Rex Baer, Tim Haupert, Row 2: Audie Wilev, Greg Fearnovv, Steve Rice Above: CRUNCHERS-Front: Mark Vigar, Row 2: Mitch Steele, joe Henderson, Rae Cripe, Row 3: Doug Huffman. Gerald Young, Richard Collins, Right: LAGRO ALLSTARS - Fronl: Steve Norman. Steve Baker, Todd Corn, Row 2: Gary Norman. Bob LundquisI Track Team 3rd in County and Conference The 1974 Varsity track team had an overall record of 15 and 12. The team finished third in the county and conference. Thirteen freshmen were out for track and they finished second in the county. Most improved member this year was Dean Mishler. The most valu- able members were Ken Kelly and Kelly Schnepp. This year Ken Kelly scored the most points for an individual. Kelly finished first in the sectional, third in the regional and third in the state meet at Indy. His pole vault record was 14 ' 6 " At the county track meet Maria Swope represented Northfield as track queen. Ken Kelly, number three pole vaulter in the state sets a new record at Carroll Relays. Varsity Track Row 1: Rich Loehnis, Dean Mishler, Craig Barnett, Lane Custer, Jeff Mast, Ken Kelly, Kelly Schnepp, Tony Yocum, Coach Coppler. Row 2: Tim Hedrick, Larry Schnepp, Robert Floyd, Bob DeWoody, Gary Dale, Jerry France, Chris Krom, Rob Collins, Row 3: Mark Bowen, Mark Haupert, Mark Siders, Randy Gross- man, Bill Burnsworth, Jeff McKinney, Steve Norman, Randy Good. M. ICKatAU nBfNK IK r.ru ■ h - y i 1 j ' ■ IfllH Wt ' f BWI? " " i p. jL ' ' -jL »f .... ! ■ - J.V. Track: Row 1: Rick Collins. Robert Floyd. Mark Bowen. Chris Sampson, Kevin Baer. Dan Gillespie, Dan Eads, Coach Coppler. Row 2: Tom Martindale, Mark Haupert, Keith Kelly, Dan Dawes, Kent Martindale, Mike Skaggs, Row 3; Dan Staggs, Bill Burnsworth, Randy Good, Mark Siders, Kevin Kelly. Above; Senior Jeff Mast leaps over low hurdle attempting to improve his speed. Left: Coach Leming signals runners to start at opposite end of the hall during indoor track practice. Jr. Hi. Track Teams Improve The junior high track team with guidance direction and encour- agement from Coaches Mast and Neale spent the year working on the various skills required of a success- ful track team. The year was spent trying to jump higher and farther, throw farther and run faster. The perfecting of these skills will move the junior high track members on to freshman, J.V. and maybe even varsity. Above; Jr. Hi Track. Row 1: D. Harrel, S. Bone, B. Baber, T. Krom, B. S. Gill, M. Baker, T. Staggs, B. Wright. D. Sliafer. Row -i: F. Tiede, P. Helvey, R. Keaffaber. Row 2; C. Faust, J. France, D. Sweet, T. Schu- VanMeter, D. Schnepp, T. Krom, R. Waldon. ler, B. Haupert, M. Lundquist, Mr. Neale. Row 3: E. Norman. R. Clark, Right. Girls Track Team. Row 1: S. Metzger, S. Sanders, L. Dixon, K. Merrick. Row 2; D. Pat- ton, G. Young, B. Helvey, M. Swope, T. Gill, K. Eilts. Row 3: L. Johnson, D. Bechtol, Coach Burnett. Above. Golf Team. Row 1: J. Carpenter, J. Johnson, T. Wagers, J. Flit- craft, flow 2; B. Baker, S. Sanders, S. Gagnon, C. Hammel, M. Ka- samis, D. Dawes. Row 3: R. Tucker, J. Hammel, R. Metz. Row 4: D. Metz, A. Deeter, K. Pretorius, M. Deeter. Golf Team Coached By Mr. Guenin This year proved to be a rebuild- ing season to the NHS golfers. Even though they suffered many defeats, the determined Norse still " putted on. " Due to the lack of experience and the fact that only two starters were back from the previous year, the team presented a fine show of driv- ing, chipping, and putting. Mr. Guenin did an excellent job of coaching the boys and girl on the team in his first year. Organizations take a large part of our time and so to a great extent they also become the center of our world. Life at school consists of more than just studying English, math, and science. It also includes applying what we learn in these and other subjects to life outside the classroom. In the pages that follow Northfield students are seen putting that knowledge to use and making many different organizations the Center of Their World. Row 1: Becky Thrush, Jayne Lange. Marty Lutz, Rose Sweet, Tena Tyner, Cindy Cammack, Jill Biehl, Nancy Pretorius, Karen Helvey, Nancy McCoUey, Linda Johnson, Bill Kerner, Randy Samsel. Row 2; Robin Deeter, Jeff Dawes, Sherri Gidley, Deb Bechtol, Pat Hol- loway, Denise Norman, Eugenia Driscoll, Kim Taylor, Joni Hammel, Lynn McKillip, Deb Schuler, Matt Baker, Mike Swan. Back; Tom Van Buskirk, Rod Grossman, Todd Corn, Andy Deeter, Kerry Keffaber. Honor Society Members Aid in Tutoring Junior delegates to boys ' and girls ' state are Jan Gaff, Robin Deeter, Andy Deeter and Tom Van Buskirk. New members of the National Honor Society were inducted Octo- ber 19 by second year members. In- ductees were recognized by a gold key placed around their necks. Th e induction ceremony took place Oc- tober 24. Parents were invited and a tea followed the induction. National Honor Society members cooperated with the Guidance Of- fice to Tutor students who needed help. On May 15 the members and sev- eral faculty members went to Papa Joe ' s for lunch. New officers for next year were elected as follows: Andy Deeter, pres.; Tom Van Buskirk, vice-pres.; Nancy Pretorius, sec; Randy Sam- sel, treas. Student Council members were again in charge of homecoming ac- tivities and coat check at basketball games. In the spring the student council sponsored a sixth grade vis- itation where next year ' s seventh graders could take a preview of NHS. Money was raised for the Muscular Dystrophy Fund, and twelve stone benches were pur- chased and placed in the center court. Andy Deeter was elected as presi- dent of the student body for the 1974-75 year. Mrs. Stewart, co-sponsor of student council with Mr. Royer. checks through a college catalog. Front: Lynn McKillip. Janet Bidwell. Lane Custer. Row 2; Tam Harrington, Patty Honey- cutt, Roxy Allen. Linda Dixon. Lori Flohr. Craig Barnett. Row 3: Cathy Yentes. Marty Lutz, Deb Bechtol, Kavena Anderson, Mrs. Stewart. Andy Deeter. Steve Norman, Randy Grossman. Dean Mishler. Randy Renbarger, Chris Sampson. Doug Sweet. Mr. Royer. Student Council Raises Money For Muscular Dystrophy Fund Team Wins State Crop Judging Contest This year ' s FFA membership was a record of 102. Officers for the year were Kerry Keffaber, President; Tim Niccum, Vice-President; Jeff Dawes, Secretary; Lane Custer; and Jerry DeVore, Sentinal. The club participated in and won the Purdue Invitational Crop and Livestock Judging Contest and the State Crop Judging Contest. Chapter Sweetheart Jody Carr for 1974 was elected at the annual Par- ent-Member Banquet. Awards were also given at the banquet. Receiving awards were Kerry Keffaber, Star Chapter Farmer; Jerry DeVore, Star Chapter Agri-Businessman; Rod Grossman, Dekalb Award; Tim Nic- cum, Leadership Award; and Mitch f Beals, Star Greenhand. Above right: Crop judging team Randy Gross- man, Eugenai DriscoU, Jerry DeVore, and Rod Grossman. Right: Livestock judging team Roger Biehl, Kerry Keffaber, Jeff Dawes. Dan Dawes. A major project of the foreign lan- guage club was the " adoption " of Johnny Rayfield from Tennessee. The club supported him financially. This was the first year for the French Honor society. Members elected were Joe Stieglitz and Bill Kerner. New Spanish Honor Society mem- bers were Larry Swan, Mike Swan, Kay Pretorius, Nancy Pretorius, Mark Siders, and Debbie Brodbeck. The highlights of the year was the annual party held in the cafeteria, featuring " International Foods " as the theme. Officers for the year were Lynn McKillip, pres.; Bill Kerner, vice- pres.; Robin Deeter, treas.; Kris Dy- son, sec. Cindy Martin, Wanda Wilson and Lee Ann Morrison strive for a foreign atmosphere in the cafeteria. 5jl«« WONUMBNT IL m mm NHS Joins French Honor Society Row 1: Mr. Fuschetto, Ty Tyner, Tina Simpson, Denise Swart, Laura Urschel, Carohne Knezevich, Karen Tiede, Phyllis Plant, Ron Metz, Jeff Hammel, Becky Hahn, Andy Deeter, Dave Metz. Row 2; Bill Kerner, Bob Lewis, Dave Unger, Rose Sweet, Deb Bechtol, Kim Taylor, Tena Tyner, Lynn McKillip, Penny Calloway, Cyn Cam- mack, Diana Culver, Modena Kisner, Diana HoUoway, Jolene Swope. Row 3: Bob Tarter, Trina Schuler, Roxy Allen, Deanna Schuler, Jayne Lange, Robin Deeter, Kay Pretorius, Karla Eilts, Jean Dutt, Miriam Smith, Wanda Wilson, Cindy Martin, Sheryl Kelly, Tam Eilts, Cindy Dyson, Anita Scholes. Row 4: Allen Miracle, Dan Kaufman, Tom Martindale, Kent Martindale, Gary Hammel, Larry Swan, Tim Wagers, Rich Loehnis, Mike Swan, Jane Wasem, Shelly Renbarger, Jerry France, Kathy Schultz, Lori Flohr, Joe Stieglitz, Randy Lewis, Kris Shafer, Deb Brodbeck, Tom Heeter, April Karns, Linda Winters. Row 5; Julie King, Kathy Dyson. Row 1: Jan Gaff, Tom Curtis, Deana Wilhelm, Cindy Hollenback, Tina Keaffaber, Teresa Boyer, Joan Tim- berman. Row 2: Lori Flohr. Jerry France, Keith Kelly, Pam Gaston, Pat Holloway, Carrie McKinley, Patti Stephan, Terri Welsh. Peggy McCord, Chris Learned, Cindy Baker. Row 3: Floyd West. Fred Conkling, Janet Bidwell, Kirk Heflin, Dee Kopis, Modena Kisner, Gigi Bair. Mona Rehard, Rhonda Leach, Fay Starr. Row 4: Stephanie Mclntire, Jean Dutt, Gary Hammel. Greg Thomas. Vicki Jackson. April Risher. Cindy Derek. Donna Martin. Dawn Norman. Row 5; Rich Leach. Den- nis Harding. Becky Hahn. Sheila Hite. Don Townsend. Jim Bonhoff, Paula Fox. Larry Smalley. Louise Martin- dale, Mr. Miller. Row 6: John Carpenter. Bill Burn- sworth, Greg Hite. Candle-making in late November was the first of the activities of the art club. The candles were then put up for sale at home basketball games. A party in January held in the cafeteria featured a live rock group. An exhibit was set up in the audito- rium lobby during the play " The Diary of Anne Frank. " Members also enjoyed an old Harold Lloyd movie. n I— I • t OQ O n n C CD r—h Q cr CD 3 cr CD i-S CD Mr. Miller, art club sponsor, works with ju- nior high students in class. At second semester the explor- atory teachers started their work at their assigned classrooms. Each stu- dent was given a class and then ob- served and taught during a 12 week period. Those weeks were long, (knowledgable) and fun including detour trips to look at parking signs and drink root beer, screaming through intersections and chuck- holes, learning rabbit songs and playing chicken with oncoming cars. Gary Norman help.s out .sccxjnd gr.idc class on 1 5;: a day not helping in Phys. Ed. ! Students Explore Teaching Craig Biirnett (abovr) and Dcnise Norman (right) help their cla.ss at Metro North. Front row: Mrs. Stuart. Gary Norman, Second grade and Phys. Ed; Penny Calloway, second grade: Back: Karen Helvey. Kindergarten: |acki Hahn, Seventh grade phys. ed: Carol Fleck, first grade: Linda Hantelman, third grade: Denise Norman, fifth grade drama: not pictured— Craig Harnett, phys. ed. and special ed. Squads give performances Year Round Abovf:: Hciul Iwirlnr— |acki Hahn. R ghl— fronl— Lori Knee, Tammy Harrington, Modena Kisncr. Back— Lolita Mclntire, Bobbi Swanson, Tammi Chamberlain. Norsedes— Lf. ' fl to Right: Dolly Patton, Nancy McColley, Carolyn Myers, Linda Hantelman. Sharon Metzger, Belinda Helvey. Louis Martindale, Nancy Pretorious, Karen Helvey, Linda Dixon, Linda Sausaman, Joni Hammel, Eugenia Driscoll, Cindy Hollenback, Jody Carr, Caroline Knezivich, Jane Wasem. Phyllis Plant. De- nise Swart, Tina Simpson. During the 1973-74 football and basketball season fans saw a big change in the Norsettes and Twirl- crs squads. The number of members was increased from 15 to 26. Although practice was work, there were some lighter moments such as trying to teach someone to wiggle, being called bucket, getting hit by batons, and struggling to get into uniforms after gaining ten pounds since summer. Junior High Competes in District Contest Randy Lewis and Kent Cammack count mea- sures rest, as Brenda Thompson and Lynn McKillip hold a private conversation. The Junior High band was di- rected by Richard Walke. The band performed in the winter concert and in the spring awards concert. Mem- bers played individually in a recital at NHS on February 13, during which they received 26 first places and 19 second places. They went to contest March 16th where they re- ceived a second place rating. Out- standing junior high students were Marcia Daughtery, seventh; and Tracy Johnson, eighth. The band performed many types of music ranging from " Overture from Today " to " Jesus Christ Superstar. " During the annual candy sales Lynn Pefley was the top candy salesman. •i P I , Band Provides Music for Pacer Game Row 1; J. Pefley, D. Patton, S. Slisher, D. Biehl, S. Metzger, R. Allen, S. Kelly, D. Schuler, H. Rice, J. Stouffer, R. Elrod, K. Tiede. Row 2: B. Thrush, L. McKillip, L. Johnson, J. Biehl, D. Brodbeck, K. Merrick, S. Renbarger, D. Norman, L. Linsburg, R. Richardsaon, J. Gaff, W. Holman, L. Knee, K. Glassburn, K. Heflin, D. Weaver, L. Flohr, D. Kopis, T. Rice. Row 3; M. Mast, K. Kelly, A. Risher, C. Krom, D. Nic- cum, E. McKinley, D. Barlow, L. Dixon, H. Carr, B. Yocum, L. Sli- The High School Band, directed by Ross Trump, performed several times throughout the year. They played for all home football games. They played for a Pacer ' s basketball game on March 6th, received a first place rating at State Band Contest on April 27th, and performed at Commencement on May 25th. During th e Awards Concert on May 17, Becky Thrush was awarded the John Philip Sousa award. Out- standing students for the year were Teresa Rice, freshman Jeff Loehnis, sophomore; Randy Samsel, junior; and Matt Baker, brass; Mitch Sorrell, percussion; and Becky Thrush, woodwind. Mr. Walke, Mr. Trump, Miss Durnbaugh, and the band make a combined effort to prepare " Good Tidings " for the Winter Concert. sher, M. Haupert, C. Yocum, D. Zinsmeister, D. Schulelr, D. Hively, L. Foe, J. Chowning, G. Devore, S. Trump, J. Lehnis, K. Helvey, Row 4: M. Baker, R. Favorite, R. Glassburn, R. Samsel, B. Kerner, K. Dy- son, J. Johnson, M. Sorrell, M. Higgley, G. Dale, R. Leiand, D. Dawes, Mr. Trump, K. Kerner, S. Foe, B. Burns, R. VanBuskirk, K. Heflin ■■■■■I O •F-H CD O U Voices and musical talents com- bined to form the stage band and swing choir (alias Hellems ' Angels). Performing for community groups prompted a few upsetting moments for these groups, such as: getting lar- yngitis the day of swing choir con- test, last-minute choreography ses- sions, almost losing a job the day of Pops Concert, dancing with a sprained ankle, and even forgetting to play in the stage band after a nerve-wracking swing choir performance. Rio i(; Lead drummer Mitch Sorrell ciirefully watches the director ' s beat. ;; . ii ' " ' , ; Ahuvu: (loiil. B. Burns, T. Van Buskirk, J. Loehnis, L. McKillip, K. Helvey. D. Schuler, D. Zinsmeister, D. Hively. Row 2: R. Grossman, R. Lewis, M. Smith, M. Wagner, R. Favorite, D. Dawes, M. Sorrell B. Thompson, R. Glass- burn, R. Samsel, M. Baker, K. Dyson Front; L. Sanders, [. Chowning. Ron ' 2: L. Swan. D. Norman. K. Dyson. C. Samscl. B. Thrush. M. Swan. Back: S. Trump. L. McKillip. M. Sorroll. R. Elrod. B. Burns. B. Thompson. R. Deeter. G. Dale Loft.- Mr. Hf ' llems watchrs all parts and di- rects the swing choir in rehearsal. Row 1: Nancy Dale. Amy Risher, Sharon McColley, Kris Dyson, Jean Dull. April Risher, Iris Tackett, Sally Strange, Cindy Derek, Judy Christ, Cindy Samsel, Denise Norman, Patti Honneycutt. Betty Burnsworth, Helen Reahard. Kathy Shafer, Sue Plough, Tina Keaffaber, Wanda Wilson, Missy Mast, Cindy Baker, Cheryl Ham- pton. Row 2: Becky Thrush, Jane Dawes, Linda Cartwright, Audrey Plough, Cindy Dyson, Susie Sanders. Cindy Martin. Diana Culver. Denise Norman Wins Outstanding Senior Award Ladonna Kelly. Rowena Davidson, Pat Holloway, Vickie Jackson, Melody Lane. Diane Unger. Teresa Boyer. Dawn Norman, Terri Welsh. Perry Haupert. Row 3: Paul a Fox. Modena Kisner, Lolita Mclntire, Sheila Hite. Mick Strange. Rob Baker. John Carpenter, Dennis Harding, Rob Clarkson, Dan Staggs, Rae Cripe, Tim Hau- pert. Bob Lewis. Dave Unger. Byron Burns. Larry Swan, Mike Swan. Diana Holloway. Pat Meston. The true sentimentalist comes through in Mr. Hellems in his bulletin board of souvenirs and autographs. The choral department consisted of two varsity and a freshman choir directed by Mr. Hellems. The cho- ruses performed at the County Mu- sic Festival March 10. Several out- standing choir members were selected to participate in the first Symphonic Honors Choir on March 24. Chorus members spent much time working on their roles for " Funny Girl " . During the awards convocation May 23 Jody Carr, Robin Deeter, and Gary Dale were awarded scholar- ships to summer music camp. Also during the convocation Denise Nor- man was selected as the outstanding senior choir member. Left: Helen Reahard joins in the conversation of one of those famous chorus gab-sessions. Above: Brenda Thompson. Robin Eldrod, Jody Carr and Denise Norman rehearse their quar- tet for state contest. Left: Girls in the seventh period choir find it difficult to concentrate on singing. Linda Hantelman Receives Senior Award This was the first year North- field ' s FHA chapter was in con- junction with the state and national FHA program. Again the future homemakers fur- nished popcorn balls and taffy ap- ples to be sold at football games. Fa- vors were made and sent to patients at the Logansport hospital. Sophomore Dawn Norman was selected as Northfield ' s correspon- dent to Co-ed magazine. Linda Han- telman received the Betty Crocker Homemaker scholarship based on high scores on a standardized test. The Crisco service award went to Brenda Thompson, 1973-74 FHA president. Standing: Kathy Shafer, Lolita Mclntire, Lanice Slisher, Cindy Sin- clair, Julie King, Debbie Niccum, Kavena Anderson, Carol Fleck, Tina Keaffaber, Penny Calloway, Diane Preston, Barb Gagnon, Be- linda Helvey, Marty Lutz, Nancy McColley, Judy Shepherd, Fay Starr. Peggy McCord, Sally Strange, Louise Martindale, Chris Learned, Tarn Sausaman, Lisa Smith, Joyce Young, Deana Wilhelm, Susan Gaston, Brenda Thompson, Jo Pefley, Mrs. Busch, Cindy Baker, DoUie Patton. Sitting: Melissa Bedwell, Tarn Eilts, Gigi Blair,Tam Harrington, Caroline Knezevich, Kelly Merrick, Pam Fitch, Pam Wasem, Cindy Hair, Helen Reahard, Susan Sanders, Judy Crist, Dawn Norman, Deb Zinsmeister. I Six members of the library club spent one free period a day serving as library aids. Taking attendance, replacing books to their shelves, and sorting magazines were among the many tasks of these students. Members and their sponsors, Mrs. Bozarth and Mrs. Fleck, enjoyed a carry-in banquet in February. Officers serving the year were Dave Unger, pres.; and Diane Pre- ston, sec.-treas. Mrs. Fleck. Brenda Thompson. Linda De- Woody. )im Bonhoff. Judy Crist. Diane Pre- ston. Mike Skaggs. Mrs. Bozarth. Six Help Keep Library Functioning Above; After finishing her library duties, Judy Crist finds time for homework. Left; Mrs. Bozarth, librarian and sponsor of li- brary club checks out a book for a student. ' dH Any student earning a letter in a major sport is eligible for N-Club. New royal blue pull-over sweaters were presented to these athletes be- fore the student body in the fall. On the basis of accumulated points, ath- letes may earn jackets in their senior year. One senior member earned the highest number of points possible in the sports field. Jeff Mast was given a special award for this at the spring awards convocation. ' . Mr. Kaltenmark, N-Club sponsor, works on repairing the football field, as Mark Losher and Jerry France supervise. Jeff Mast Wins Top Honors Row 1: Jerry DeVore, Dave Dale, Bill Kerner, Ken Kelly, Rich Loehnis, Dean Mishler, Randy Titus, M. J. Vrooman, Rick Baker, Dean White, Lane Custer, Jeff Mast. Row 2: Dan Corn, Bob Lun- dquist. Breck Harmon, Craig Barnett, Kerry Keffaber, Jim Urschel, Tony Yocum, Gary Norman, Denny Dyson. Row 3: Randy Good, Steve Rice, Roger Biehl. Jeff Dawes, Jim Bowman, Dave Metz, Ty Tyner, Rod Merrick, Greg Hite, Larry Schnepp. Row 4: Rex Baer, Mike White, Randy Grossman, Bob Hettmansperger, Gary Dale Randy Renbarger, Jeff Hammel, Jerry France, Mr. Kaltenmark. Row 5; Chris Krom, Steve Norman, Mark Filer, Jay Hettmansperger, Mat Driscoll, Mark Siders, Jeff Loehnis, Ron Metz. Row ]; R. Deeter, T. Sausaman, L. Ogan, J. Carr, D. Dulver.Row 2; C. Hettmansperger. D. Bechtol, B. Helvey, C. Cammack, J. Hahn, C. McKinley, K. Karns, P. Calloway. J. Biehl, R. Leland, C. Fleck. Row 3: T. Tyner, S. Cook. J. Lange. S. Strange, S. Lange, N. Pretorius. L. Cartwright, L. McKillip, K. Helvey, D. Norman, B. Thrush. Row 4: P. Fitch. Mrs. Smith. K. Pretorius, K. Eilts. K. Merrick. S. Gidley. M. Lutz, C. Myers, L. Hantelman, M. Heeter. Row 5: K. Shafer. T. Keaffaber. J. Timberman. L. Johnson. K. Taylor. T. Simpson. L. Ur- schel, D. Patton, C. Baker, N. Gouvan, L. DeWoody. Row 6: E. Mou- ser, D. Hively. M. Smith. E. McKinley. S. Van Meter. D. Swart. P. Plant. R. Baker. D. Biehl. K. Nordman. Row 7: K. Schultz. C. Kne- zevich. D. Brodbeck. K. Tiede. D. Niccum. M. Higgley. D. Norman, D. Zinsmeister. S. Slisher. L. Linsburg. Row 8: J. Wasem. K. Ander- son. B. Culver, J. King, J. Pefley, S. Renbarger. A. Karns. S. Kelly. D. Preston. L. Winters. S. Gaston. Row 9; L. Swihart. P. Meston. T. Boyer. D. Applegate. D. Schuler. ). Slee. P. Fox. L. Martindale, J. Young. V. Jackson. S. Hawkins. L. Smith. Newly-elected officers are Jody Carr. Jayne Lange, Debbie Brodbeck. Karla Eilts. Kay Pre- torius and Brenda Culver. Tri-Hi-Y members again spon- sored a successful 50 ' s dance. Held March 22, the dance was open to all students willing to dress in clothes of the 50 ' s. Pat Breedlove was the disc-jockey for the evening. Other projects of the Tri-Hi-Y in- cluded selling class pins, donating money to the mental health fund for a gift to Logansport patients, and having secret sisters. Tri-Hi-Y Hosts 50 ' s Dance Club Sponsors Science Fair The science fair, sponsored by the math and science club was held March 15. Judging of the projects was in the afternoon. Pat Holloway won the outstanding project award. She and Matt Baker went on to com- pete in the regional science fair at Bethel College. In April math and science club members took a field trip to General Tire in Wabash, where they toured the plant. Matl Baker and Pat Holloway were North- field ' s entrants in the regional science fair. Gary Norman, Steve Baker, Tom Heeter, Todd Corn, Ron Metz, Jim Bowman, leff Loehnis, Andy Deeter, Jeff Hammel, Kent Smith, Joe Stieglitz, Bill Kerner, Mark Siders, Randy Good, Lane Custer, Dave Metz, Penny Calloway, Linda Johnson, Craig Barnett, Cyn Cam- mack, Kim Taylor, Eugenia Driscoll, Deb Bechtol, Jerry DeVore, Kerry Keffaber, Mr. Reahard. Row 1: Becky Thrush, Miriam Heeter, Liz Whinery, Paula Waggoner, Carrie McKinley, Linda Hantelman, Belinda Helvey, Maria Swope, Jacki Hahn, Lane Custer, Tena Tyner. Rose Sweet, Denise Norman, Byron Burn, Dave Unger, Bob Lewis, Chuck Zinn. Row 2: Kay Pre- torius, Evelyn McKinley, Linda Cartwright, Sally Strange, Kris Shafer, Laura Urshel, Jayne Lange, Keith Shaw, Jean Dutt, Janet Bidwell, Jan Gaff, Pam Gaston, Nancy Pretorius, Lori Flohr, Lori Ogan, Jody Carr, Kathy Nordman, Donna Biehl. Row 3: Gary Dale, Sandy Cook, Louise Martindale, Amy Risher, Patti Honeycutt, Sandy Meadows, Deana Wilhelm, April Ri- sher, Kathy Dyson, Diane Preston, Karen Tiede, Sharon Metzger, Mike Skaggs, Iris Tackett, Diane Unger, Diana Holloway. Mick Strange, Deb Warnock, Cindy Martin. Row 4: Lamoine Sanders, Miriam Smith, Paula Fox, Karla Eilts, Debbie Brodbeck, Shelly Renbarger, Sue Plough, Randy Lewis, Becky Hahn. Dee Kopis. Beiow: Sandy Cook applies make-up to Randy Lewis for the opening night of " The Diary of Anne Frank " . Drama Club Produces Two Successful Shows Drama members observe Gary Dale ' s inter- pretation of " bread " in the Indiana Repertory Theater ' s workshop. Backstage work of the year ' s two production, " The Diary of Anne Frank " and " Funny Girl " was the chief project of the drama club. Without costumes, props, make-up, lighting or a set stage, a show could never be produced, January 29-31 the Indiana Reper- tory Theater visited the area schools presenting workshops and plays. Northfield ' s student body saw " Ser- vant of Two Masters " . The work- shop given for drama members, was based on diction, dramatic concen- tration and interpretation. Rose Sweet was awarded the Cole memorial award for acting at the awards convocation. Linda Hantel- man received the Dyson memorial award for technical assistance. Row 1; Sandy Cook, Miss Durnbaugh, Denise Norman. Row 2; Mike Skaggs. Becky Hahn, Iris Tackett, James Chowning, Lamoine Sand- ers, Tim Haupert, Sharon Metzger, Gary Dale, Row 3: Dave Kerner, Randy Lewis, Dee Kopis, Mim Smith. [an Gaff, Janet Bidwell, Kathy Dyson, ' Mighty Mouths " Advance 13 to Regional Regional entrants: Sitting: Sandy Cook, Iris Tackett, Denise Norman. Standing: Tim Hau- pert, Dave Kerner, Randy Lewis, Becky Hahn. Dee Kopis, Kathy Dyson, Mim Smith, Mike Skaggs. The Norse speech team partici- pated in ten speech meets during the season. The " Mighty Mouths " , com- posed of 20 active National Forensic League members, sent 22 speakers to the sectional and advanced a record setting number of 13 to the regional. Iris Tackett represented the team at state level with her cutting, " Once Upon a Mattress. " In February, NHS hosted a speech meet, inviting 20 schools which in- cluded nearly 450 participants. Row 1: Miss Burnett. Tena Tyner, Tanya Gill, Maria Swope, Jackie Hahn, Belinda Helvey. Row 2: Janet Bidwell, Linda Cartwright, Sally Strange, Shanna Van Meter, Robbi Baker, Lori Ogan, Sally Lane, Cindy Hollenback. Nancy Weaver, Pam Gaston, Nancy Pre- lorius, Jean Dutt, Sandy Cook, Jan Gaff. Row 3: Sharon Metzger, Melody Higgley, Tina Simpson, Denise Swart, Phyllis Plant, Me- lissa Bidwell. Susie Sander, Tina Keffaber. Joan Timberman. Barb Gagnon. Deb Applegate, Amy Risher, Robin Deeter, Karla Eilts. Row 4: Tam Eilts. Windy Holman, Missy Mast, Lori Knee, Jane Dawes, Jo Pefley, Kelly Merrick, Cindy Owen, Bekcy Hahn, Pam The Girls ' Athletic Association was sponsored by Miss Burnett. The major activity in this organization was keeping the volleyball and bas- ketball teams ready for competition. This proved to be somewhat a chal- lenge, however, with other activities conflicting. In October the members camped at Salamonie for an enjoyable weekend. One girl, Kelly Merrick earned the President ' s Physical Fitness award, presented to her at the awards convocation. Junior varsity basketball: Robbi Baker. Phylis Plant. Diane Unger. Laura Smalley. Shanna Van Meter. Miss Burnett. Jane Dawes. Teresa Keppel. Tina Keaffaber. Sharon Metzger. Susie Sanders. Kochenour, Modena Kisner. Diane Unger. Kay Pretorius. Pam Fitch. Row 5: Cindy Dyson, Jolene Swope, Linda Winters, Daine Preston, Sheryl Kelly, Shelly Renbarger. Julie King. Caroline Knezevich. Kris Shafer. Ellen Mouser. Laura Urschel. Karen Tiede. Lori Linsburg Row 6; Laura Smalley. Karla Steele. Pat Meston. Jan Wasem. Kathy Schultz. Linda Wilhelm. KEN KELLY, Debbie Niccum, Becky Yo cum. DENNY DYSON. Sheila Hite. CRAIG BARNETT. Dollie Pat ton. Row 7: Dawn Norman. Kavena Anderson. Cindy Baker. Terri Welsh, Lisa Smith, Susan Gaston, Fay Starr. GAA Enjoys Campout Voices Unite in Backing Big Blue Donning thei r new " Norse Power " shirts members of the girls ' cheer- block sacrificed voices and steady nerves to provide spark and spirit for JV and varsity basketball games. Even the sectional wrestling meet saw the girls prodding on the Norse grapplers. Enthusiasm for sectional spread throughout the school after the cheerblock, along with the cheer- leaders decorated the halls and created " Victory Lane " . Again this season the male basket- ball fans organized to form the boys ' cheerblock. No one can deny the high spirit raised after hearing the booming voices chant " Big Blue is Back " . Lefl: Jacki Hahn shouts her personal instruc tions to the players at the sectional game. BOYS ' CHEERBLOCK: Front; R. Titus. D White, j. Rife. G. Speelman. R. Baker, L. Cus ter. D. Dyson, C. Barnett. W. Harrell. J. Ur schel. S. Baker. R. Biehl. Row 2; K. Kelly, I DcVore, B, Lundquist, P. Swihart, G. Dale, D, Siclers, R. Baer. R. Renbargcr. D. Metz. J, Bow man. T. Haupert. Row 3: M. Spaulding. R. Fa voritc. j. Hellmansperger. C. Krom, R. Gross man, T. Haupert. M. Swan. B. Frehse. | Miller. Row -I: |. Henderson, B. Bever, M. Ei ler. K. Siders. T. Gidley. K. Kelly. F. Anderson D. Gouvan. F. Conklin. D. Barlow. Row 5: R Robinson. M. Meston, B. Burnsworth. S. Gag- non. T. Wagers. K. Baer. P. Smith. G. Bell, F. West. GIRLS ' CHEERBLOCK: front; S. Renbarger. K. Shafer, P. Callow,iy, R. Dceler. R. Sweet. T. Sausaman. |. Lange. L. Urschcl. Roiv 2: S. McColley. |. Burkhart. P. Holloway. M. Swope, |. Hahn. E. DriscoU. D. Culver. K. Karns, [. Biehl. R. Leland. D. Norman. Row 3; N. Weaver, P. Gaston. C. Yentes. D. Bechtol. B. Helvey. T. Gill. C. Cammack. B. Thompson. L. McKillip. K. Helvey. C. Hettmanspcrger. Row 4: C. Hollenback.n. Wilhelm. ]. Bkhvoll. [. Gaff. M. Lutz. S. Gidlcy. K. Taylor. L. |ohn- son. C. Myers. D. Strange. A. Risher. Rou ' 5: L. Ogan, R. Baker. S. VanMeter. S. Mclntyre. P. Fox. L. Martindale. N. Pretorius. M. Lane. |. Carr. S. Meadows. L. DeWoody. Row 6: T. Keaffaber. A. Risher. S. Noel. P. Fitch. K. Pre- torius. K. Eilts. K. Anderson. D. Schuler. ]. Slee. D. Biehl. K. Nordman. Row 7: S. Gaston. L. Smith. P. Plant. K. Dyson. D. Brodbeck. B. Culver. |. Wasem. K. Tiede. L. Svvihart. L. Cartwright. S. Cook. Row 8: K. Merrick. J. Pef- Icy. M. Higgley. S. Slisher. D. Norman. D. Zin- smeister. S. Weesner. ). Rice. M. Mast. P. Mes- ton. E. Mouser. Row 9; A. Karns. S. Metzger. D. Niccum. R. Leach. T. Schuler. A. Vrooman, S. Joy. K. Glassburn, L. Slisher. j. Timberman. P. Elzroth. Row 10; T. joy. M. Kisner. B. Hahn. C. Yocum. C . Dyson. K. Heflin. L. Sausaman. R. Allen. |. Dawes. N. Dale. L. Knee. Row 11: B. Yocum. R. Elrod. S. Sanders. M. Bidwell. L. Bever. L. Mclntyre. T. Harrington. D. Schuler. T. Rice. D. Holloway. T, Chamberlain. Row 12: ]. Swope. T. Eilts. W. Holman. D. Sidcrs. L. Pefley, T. Johnson. P. Plant. S. Long. M. McKinley. S. Lne. L. Tully. Row 13: K. Brod- beck. K. Dyson. N. Elzroth, T. Wright. ]. Gou- van. S. Joy, C. Hollenback. J. Crist. T. Corn. Above: Seniors Rhonda Leland. Jill Biehl. and Kim Karns display their spirit at the sectional pep session. Left. Lynn McKillip and Karen Helvey reflect feelings of hope while concentrating on the action of the game. Left: FRESHMEN-Top: Missy Mast, Amy Vrooman, Linda Sausaman, Trina Schuler Above; SEVENTH GRADE-Marcia Duag- herty, Tracy Boyer, Sherri Hcrron, Rita Ar- rick. bottom JUNIOR VARSITY-Top: Chris Shafer (cap- tain), Laura Urschel, Shelly Renbarger, Jayne Lange . . . cheerleading in 10 degree weather . . . riding fan buses . . . decorating the halls for Sectional . . . wearing the wrong uniform . . . falling off of Dave Dale ' s shoulders . . . going through the perils of trying out . . . colliding with basketball players. . . . trying to hold back the boy ' s cheerblock . . . spelling out " Big Blue " Left: Varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders prac:ticc a yell before a pep session A Cheerleader is . . . Li ' fC VARSITY; Tarn Sausaman, Penny Call- oway. Rose Sweet (Captain). Robin Deeter. Tena Tyner. Above: EIGHTH GRADE: T.L. McKinley. Lynn Pefley. bottom. Linda Tully. Kalhy Broilbeck. top. Classes Learn Publishing Skills Two journalism classes were the root of the North Star staff. Along with learning basic journalism skills the classes published the newspaper monthly. Denise Norman served as editor and Mrs. Squires was faculty advi- sor. An editorial board consisted of members of last year ' s class. The other students were assigned staff positions and served as reporters. Two issues of the paper were . printed by the vocational school printing class in an attempt to cut ■...■ cost due to the rising price of paper. - " Riuhf; Last miniile columns diid news stories , ,ire quickly wntlen to meet the deadline. itl .i . Front: Diane Strange, Gina Wilson, Karia Eilts Row 2; |erry DeVore, Linda Johnson, Rosie Sweet, Linda Hantelman Row 3; Lane Custer, Craig Barnetl, Tena Tyner, Denny Dyson. Penny Calloway, |acki Hahn, Deb Bei.htol, Mike Swan, Kim Karns, Kay Pretorius, Robin DeeliT, Jan G.ilf Row 4: Robert Lewis, April Risher, Denise Norman, Kim Taylor, Becky Thrush, T im HarrinHlon, Mini Smith, Byrim Burns, Cindy Hollenback, Larry Swan, Rich Loehnis, Lori Flohr. The 1974 Shield got it ' s start at Ball State in the summer of 73. After the theme of " Center of Our World " was picked the work began. At mid- semester Mrs. Redecker, sponsor, left and a new sponsor-advisor, Mrs. Flohr, finished sponsoring the yearbook. Much hard work was put in the book and a lot of different and strange things happened to the people working on the book and the annual room. A lot of the work was finished around 4 a.m. or at 10:00 at school. The room served as a detour for the track team, art gallery, hideout for stolen chairs and a quiet corner to relieve moans of relief and screams of frustration. Pictures and totem poles also mysteriously disappeared from the room. The 1975 yearbook editors will be Sandy Meadows and Karla Eilts who are going to Ball State for techniques in July. Carol Fleck, Mrs. Flohr, and Becky Thrush face another problem in the hectic task of tak- ing group pictures. " Center of Our World " is SHIELD ' S Theme Row 1: jim Bonhoff, Dave Kerner, Kris Shafer, Shelly Haupert, Craig Barnetl, Jacki Hahn. Tarn Sausatnan, Sheri Gidley, Shanna Van- Meter, Linda Cartwright, Renee Crumrine. Darcy Overman. Row 2: Robert Lewis, Bi We cannot speak of the center of our world and not talk about people. They play the most important part of all in the center of our world. Without people, friends, and neigh- bors, who would cheer for the games, sing in the musical, march in the band, coach the teams, inspire the " Mighty Mouths, " serve us rice with a smile, clean up our messes, shove us aside while running to the next class, and watch over us all, re- alizing that this is the Center of Our World. We Have Followed, Now We Lead Matthew WilUaw Bciker: Artl.2; Audio Visual 2: Band 1.2.3,4; Boys ' Cheerblock 2; Foreign Language 1,2; Math Science 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3.4. Richord Alan Baker: Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; VICA 2,3; Baseball 2; Football 1,3; Wrestling 3,4; FFA 1,2,3; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2.3.4; Track 1.2. Steven Devon Baker: Foreign Language 1; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Boys ' Cheerblock 2,3,4; Math Science 4; FFA 1,2,3,4. David Craig Barnett: Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Math Science 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2.3.4; Shield Staff 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,4; Student Council 2,3,4; North Star 4. Robert Wayne Bartoo: Intramurals 4; Boys ' Cheerblock 4; Math Science 2.3.4. Debra Suzanne Bechtoi: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; Foreign Lan- guage 1.2.3; GAA 1,2,3,4; Math Science 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 2.4; North Star 3,4. ill Louise Biehl; Band 1,2.3.4; Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; Chorus 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2.3,4; OEA 4. Michael Wayne Broedlove: Basketball 1; Shield Staff 1.2.3; Foreign Language 1; Boys ' Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; Intramurals 2.3.4; Chorus 1; Drama 2,3.4; Golf 1,2; VICA 4. joann Burkhart; Cheerblock 3,4; OEA 4. Bryon Lee Burns: Foreign Language 1; Art 1,2,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Chorus 4; Swing Choir 4; Speech 1.2.3.4; Stage Band 1.2.3.4; North Star 4. Betty Jean Burnsworth: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4. 1; FHA 2; Chorus Penny Marie Calloway: Cheerleading 3.4; FHA 4; GAA 1.2; Cheerblock 1,2; Foreign Language 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3 ,4; Math Science 1,2,3,4; Norsettes 1,2; North Star 4, Cynthia Ann Cammack: Band 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1,2,4; For- eign Language 1.2.3,4; Chorus 1; Shield Staff 4; Swing Choir 1: National Honor Society 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FTA 4. Randall M. Carver: Speech 2; Art 4. Robert Lee Clarkson III: Art 2.3.4; Wrestling 2.3.4; Chorus 1.2.3.4; Intramurals 4. When the class of 74 entered the halls of N.H.S. in 67, we were green- hands. Slowly, but surely we gained experience on swiping outhouses, having parties, getting caught on Good Friday, setting off fire- crackers, collaborating with your neighbor on Mr. Price ' s worksheets and all around getting into hot water with teachers. During our stay of six years we also produced a record with three homecoming king, queen, and float victories, athletic achieve- ments, musical and dramatic talent and technical work, and high aca- demic achievements. After four years the end draws near. Our paths are parted as sud- denly as they were crossed. Many thanks to our class sponsors. Senior class officers Rhonda Leland, Trea- surer; Dean Mishler, President; Karen Helvey, Vice president; Carolyn Meyers, Secretary. Joe Allen Cook: DECA 4; Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2.4; FFA 1,2,3.4; Track 1.2. Gary Wayne Corn: Basketball 1; Baseball 1,3: Boys ' Cheer- block 2.4; Football 3.4; -Wrestling 2,3.4; FFA 1.2.3,4: Intra- murals 2.3.4; N-Club 3,4: Track 3.4. Lester Daniel Corn: Basketball 1,2: Football 1.2.3.4; DECA 4; Boys ' Cheerblock 2,4: Intramurals 4: N-Club 2.3,4: FFA 1,2,3.4: Track 1; VICA 3.4. Todd Robin Corn; Basketball 1.2: Football 1,2,3.4: DECA 4: Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Math Science 2,3,4: National Honor Society 3,4: FFA 1,2,3. Timothy Lifz Creasey; DECA 4; Intramurals 2.3; VICA 3. Diana Mario Culver; Cheerblock 1.2.3,4: Foreign Language 1,2,3,4: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Math Science 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. Tony Lee Curtis; VICA 3,4. Lone C. Custer: Band 1.2: Basketball 1.2,3; Drama 3.4; Foot- ball 1.2.3.4: Intramurals 4: Boys ' Cheerblock 1.4: Math Science 1.2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4: FFA 1,2,3.4; Track 1.2.3,4; Stu- dent Council 3,4. David Lee Dale; Basketball 1; Football 1.2.3.4; N-Club 2.3.4: Bovs ' Cheerblock 2.3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4: FFA 1.2.3.4. Marilyn Marie Davenport Debra Lou Davis (Napierj: Foreign Language 1; GAA 1, Jerry Wayne DeVore: Band 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Math Science 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; FFA 1,2.3,4; Student Council 1,2. Eugenia Rose DriscoH: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage 2,3; FHA 1; GAA 2,3; Math Science 4; Norsettes 3,4. Dennis Wayne Dyson: Basketball 1,2; Drama 3,4; N-Club 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,4. FFA 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4. Kristine K. Dyson; Band 1,2; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Chorus 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. Coro) Ann Fleck: Cheerblock 1,2,3.4; Foreign Language 1.2,3; FHA 4; Drama 1,2; Quill Scroll 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Shield Staff 2.3.4; Math Science 2,3.4; Norsettes 3; Tri-Hi- Y 2.3.4; FFA 3.4. Joseph Paul Foust: Football 1; Drama 3; Math Science 1; Intramurals 1; FFA 1,2,3; VICA 4. Jere Carol Gorriot: FHA 1,2; North Star 3. Pam Anne Gaston: Art 1; Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; Drama 1.2.3.4; Foreign Language 1; GAA 1.2.3.4; Chorus 1,2,3; Speech 1,2,3,4; OEA 4. Cheryl Ann Gidiey; Band 1.2.3; Cheerblock 1,2.3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Shield Staff 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Speech 1,2; OEA 4; Stage Band 1,2,3. Tanya Lynne Gili; Art 3,4; Cheerblock 1.2.3,4; GAA 1,2.3,4; Foreign Language 1. I Randall Gene G cissburn; Audio Visual 2: Band 1.2.3.4: Chorus 1: Boy ' s Checrblock 2.3,4; Math Science 4: FFA 1,2.3.4: Track 1.3.4: Cross Country 2.4 Stage Band 4. David Earl Good: Band 1: Wrestling 1.2.3: N-Club 2: Boy ' s Cheerblock 4. Rodney Brian Grossman: Band 1,2.3.4: Intramurals 2: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1.2.3.4: Math Science 3.4: Stage Band 2.3,4: FFA 1.2,3.4: Track 2: National Honor Society 3.4, Jacqueline Marie Hahn; Checrblock 1,2.3.4: GAA 1.2.3.4: Foreign Language 1,2,3,4; Drama 3.4; Twirler 1,2,3.4: Shield Staff 2,3,4: Math Science 2.3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: Speech 1,2.4: North Star 3.4, Joseph E. Hall: FFA 4, joni Lane Hammel: Cheerblock 1,2: Norsettes 2,3.4: Tri-Hi- Y 2,3: Foreign Language 1.2: GAA 1.2; VICA 3.4: National Honor Society 4, Linda Jo Hantelman: Cheerblock 1,2.3.4; Math Science 2.3; Foreign Language 1.2: GAA 1.2: Drama 2.3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.4: Norsettes 3.4: North Star 4, Brecl AJan Harmon; Wrestling 1,2; Boy ' s Cheerblock 2: N- Club 2,3.4; Track 1.2; Cross Country 2: VICA 3,4, Waiter Clyde Hanell: Intramurals 4: Math Science 4: Boy ' s Cheerblock 4, Miriam Ann Heeter; Art 2,3: Band 1,3; Cheerblock 1: For- eign Language 2; FHA 4; GAA 1: Drama 2,3,4: North Star 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. Belinda Leigh HeJvey; Art 2; Band 1.2: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; FHA 4; GAA 1,2,3,4: Drama 1,2,3,4: Norsettes 3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3,4; Speech 2. Karen Sue Helvey: Band 1.2,3,4: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: FHA 1,2.3,4: Math Science 1,2,3; National Honor Society 4: Norsettes 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: Stage Band 1,2.3.4, Connie Sue Hettmansperger: Band 1.2: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4: FHA 1,2; GAA 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: OEA 4, Gregory Alien Hite: Art 1,2; Basketball 1.2.3,4: Foreigh Lan- guage 1: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1, Math Science 1: N-Club 2.3.4; FFA 1.2.3.4. Patricia Louise Holloway: Art 2.3: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4: For- eign Language 1.2: Drama 1.2.3.4; Chorus 1.2.3.4; Math Science 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Andrew Phillip HoJycross: Baseball 2,3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2.3,4. Douglas James Huffman: Football 1.2; Wrestling 1,2,3.4; In- tramurals 1.2.3; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1; N-Club 1.2.3; Track 1; VICA 4. Donald Bill Irelan: Art 1.2; Intramurals 1; VICA 3. Linda Marie Johnson: Band 1,2.3.4; Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; For- eign Language 1,2: Quill Scroll 2,3,4: Shield Staff 2,3,4 Math Science 4: National Honor Society 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2: North Star 4. Kimberly Ann Karns: Band 1.2,3,4; Foreign Language 1,2: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Stage Band 3; North Star 4. Kerry Ken Keffaber: Audio Visual 2,3; Band 1,2,3; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Math Science 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. Kenneth Leroy Kelly: Wrestling 1,2,3.4: Intramurals 1.2,3,4: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2,4: N-Club 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4. William Hoff Kerner: Band 2,3,4; Foreign Language 4; Wres- thng 2,3,4; Shield Staff 2,3; Math Science 4; National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club. Gary Robert Kline; Art 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4: Baseball 2,3,4: Football 3: Drama 3; DECA 4; N-Club 2,3,4: Track 2,4: North Star 4. Melody Lou Lane: GAA 1; Chorus 2.3,4. Rhonda Sue Leiand; Band 1,2,3,4: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; For- eign Language 2; FHA 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4. Robert David Lewis: Art 2; Foreign Language 2,3: Drama 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4: Shield Staff 4; Library 2; Speech 4: North Star 4. Richard Allen Loehnis: Band 1: Baseball 1.2.3,4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1: N-Club 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Cross Country 2; North Star 4. Robert jay Lundquisl: Basketball 1: Football 3,4; Intra- murals 3,4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 3,4: N-Club 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; VICA 4. Martha Renee Lutz: Art 2,3,4; Band 1; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language 1,2; FHA 4: GAA 1,3; Shield Staff 3: Na- tional Honor Society 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; GEA 4; Student Council 1,2,3,4. Jeffrey ). Mcirlin. Audio Visual 1: Library 1.2; VICA 4. Jeffrey James Mcist; Basketball 1.2.3.4: Baseball 1.2.3.4; Football 1.2.3,4; Math Science 3; N-Club 2.3.4; FFA 1.2.3.4; Track 3.4. KJmberlv Kay MoKhevvs: Art 1.2.3; Foreign Language 1.2.3; GAA 1.2.3; Drama 2.3; DECA 4; Chorus 1.2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Speech 3: North Star 3. Nanrv Kay McCollcy: Foregin Language 1.2.3; FHA 1.2.3.4; National Honor Society 3.4; Norsettes 4; OEA 4. Sharon Joan McCo ey; Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; Chorus 1.2.3.4; FHA 1. Lynn Catherine McKillip: Band 1.2.3.4; Cheerblock 1.2.3.4: Foreign Language 3.4; Swing Choir 4: National Honor So- ciety 3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3,4: Stage Band 3.4: Student Council 2.3.4. Carrie Lee McKinlcy: Art 2.3.4; Cheerblock 1.2: Foreign Language 3,4: GAA 1,2.3: Drama 1,2.3.4: Chorus 1,2.3.4: Shield Staff 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4: FFA 4: Speech 1; North Star 3; Thespian 3,4. Ralph Leon McKinney: Track 1,2,3. Ke ' in Jay Milter. Di-nn L Mish er; Basketball 1.2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3.4: Chorus 1,2: Math Science 2,3; N-Club 2,3,4; Track 3.4; Student Council 3.4: North Star 4. Corolvn Sue Mver.s; Band 1.2.3: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: FHA 1.2.3: GAA 1.2.3: Shield Staff 3: Math Science 2: Norsettes 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.4: OEA 4: Stage Band 1.2. Timothy Wayni: Niccunr. Basketball 1; Intramurals 2.3.4; Bov ' s Cheerblock 1.2.3,4; Math Science 3: FFA 1,2,3,4, Hcniso Ann Norman; Art 1; Band 1.2.3.4: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4: CAA 1.2: Drama 1.2.3.4; Quill Scroll 3.4: Chorus 1,3.4: Swing Choir 4: National Honor Society 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.4 Speech 1.2.3.4: North Star 2.3.4. Gary Wavne Norman: Basketball 1: Baseball 2.3: Football 1.2.3,4: Wrestling 2.3.4: Chrous 1: Intramurals 2.3.4: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1: Math Science 4; N-Club 2.3.4: FFA 1.2.3.4. Curoki Dean Rensberg( ' r: Chorus 1.2; Intramurals 2.3; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1.4. Jay Dean Rife: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2.3,4; VICA 3,4. Cindy Clara Samsel: Cheerblock 4; Drama 3,4; Chorus 2.3,4; Swing Choir 3.4. Tamara Lynn Sausaman; Art 4; Cheerblock 1,2; Foreign Language 1,2,3; FHA 4; Chorus 1; Shield Staff 3,4; Norsettes 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Speech 1,2,3; OEA 4; Cheerleading 1,3,4. KeJiy Joe Schnepp: Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 4. Larry David Schnepp: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; N- Club 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4. Katherine J. Schafer: Cheerblock 1.2; FHA 4; GAA 1.2; Chorus 2.3.4. Melvin R. Shafer: Art 1; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2; DECA 4; Boy s Cheerblock 1. Kathleen Sue Smith: Cheerblock 1.2.3.4; FHA 4; GAA 1.2: DECA 4. Michael Joseph Spaulding: Art 1,2.3; Basketball 1; Intra- murals 4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 4. Gary Lee Speelman: Baseball 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Math Science 2,3; VICA 3,4. Jeffrey Lynn Steele: Art 2.3.4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2.3.4. Kathy Joann Steele; Art 2,3,4; Cheerblock 1,2,3.4; Foreign Language 1; GAA 1,2,3,4; Drama 4; North Star 4. Debbie White, Cathy Yentes, and Jay Rife busily do their bookkeeping. Ptitti )o Slephcin: Arl 4: Foreign Language 4; GAA 3: Drama 4: Quill Scroll 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2: FFA 1; Speech 4: North Star 2: Thespian 2. Tina Marie Stout: Band 1,2.3: Cheerblock 1: FHA 1,2: GAA 1,2: VICA 3. Lorry Deon Swon: Foreign Language 2,3.4; Football 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4: Swing Choir 2.3.4: Boy ' s Cheerblock 1.2,3.4: FFA 1,2,3,4: North Star 4. Rose Ann Sweet: Cheerblock 1: Foreign Language 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3.4; Math Science 2,3.4; National Honor So- ciety 3.4; Norsettes 1; Speech 1,2: Cheerleading 1.2,3,4; North Star 4. Phil Gregorv Swibarl: Chorus 1: Bov ' s Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: FFA 1,2: VICA 3.4. Maria Kay Swope: Art 2,3: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: GAA 1,2.3,4: Drama 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; Shield 1,2; OEA 4. Kiniberly Ann Taylor: Cheerblock 3,4; Foreign Language 3,4: Shield Staff 4; Math Science 4; National Honor. So- ciety 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4: North Star 4. Brenda Sue Thompson; Band 1,2,3,4: Cheerblock 2,3,4: FHA 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Swing Choir 4; Library 1: Stage Band 1,2. Rebecca Sue Thrush: Band 1.2.3.4; Cheerblock 1.2,3.4: For- eign Language 2,3,4; Drama 4; Quill Scroll 3.4: Chorus 1,2,3.4; Shield Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; North Star 4; Swing Choir 3.4. Randal J, Titus: Band 1: Basketball 1; Football 1.2,3,4: Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: Math Science 2: N-Club 2,3,4. Stephen David Trump: Band 1,2,3,4; Drama 4; Chorus 1,4: Swing Choir 4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 4: Golf 1,2,3,4. Tena Rene Tyner: Cheerblock 1; Foreign Language 1,2,3.4; GAA 1,2,3,4: Drama 3,4: Math Science 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Norsettes 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4: North Star 4. DuvJd Paul Unger: Foreign Language 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Library 1,2,3,4; OEA 4; Thespian 4. Jcjmes Leroy Urschei: Football 1,2,3.4; Wrestling 3.4: Intra- murals 3: Boy ' s Cheerblock 4; N-Club 1.2.3.4; FFA 1.2,3,4: Track 1; VICA 4; North Star 3. William Pau] Urschei; Intramurals 1.2.4; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1.2.3,4; FFA 1,2.3.4. Dcive VunkJrk: Boys ' Checrblock 4: FFA 1,2,3,4. John Dale Vigor. DECA 4: Boys ' Cherrblock 2,4: VICA 3, Myrval ofin Vrooman; Baskelbiill 1.2,3,4: Baseball 1,2; Football 1.2,3,4; N Club 1.2.3.4; FFA 1,2,3,4. Ptiu a Sue Waggoner; Audio Visual 1.2.3,4; Cheerblock 1; GAA 1,2.3; Drama 1.2,3,4; Speech 1,2,3.4. Nancy Ann Weaver: Art 1.2,3; Cheerblock 1.2.3,4; GAA 1,2,3.4; OEA 4; North Star 3. David Allen Wellor; Cheerblock 1,2, Eiizabeth Ann Whinery: Cheerblock 1,2,3; Foreign l.iin- guage 2; Chorus 1.2.3; Speech 2,4, Doryl Dean While; Basketball 1: Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1.2,3.4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2,3.4: Math Science 1; N Club 1.2,3.4; FFA 2,3,4; Track 1,4. Debra Lynn While Denise Marie Wilcox; Cheerblock 1,2; FHA 2; OEA 4. Morcia Ann Wilnv: Art 4: Cheerblock 1; GAA 1,2,3; Drama 1,2,3,4: Shield Staff 2,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FFA 4: Speech 1,2,3,4; North Star 3,4. Catherine o Yenles; Band 1,2: Cheerblock 1,2,3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 2: OEA 4: Student Council 3,4. Tony Bill Yocum: Band 1.2; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Football 2.3.4; Boys ' Cheerblock 1.2.3; N Club 2,3,4; FFA 1.2.3,4; Track 3,4: Stage Band 1,2. Charles Robert Zinn; Audio-Visual 2; Band 1,2; Drama 3,4; Boys ' Cheerblock 1,2; VICA 3,4. South American Charms Northfield In January of 1974 Northfield had the pleasure of welcoming a foreign exchange student to finish the school year. Luz Eugenia Garcia came from Bogata, Columbia, South America. She is eighteen and has two sisters and a brother. She has enjoyed liv- ing in America with her hosts, the Lowell Karns family who live in Urbana. Eventually Luz hopes to become a Spanish-American interpreter and she is already looking forward to a return visit to America. At Commcncment Mr. CJiiffith introduces Luz Giircia to the audience. Left. In Spanish class, Luz demonstrates how to play soccer. Juniors Choose Australian Theme Rex Baer Cindy Bair Robbi Baker Patty Baldwin Kevin Bell Mike Benson Janet Bidwell Donna Biehl Roger Biehl Ed Blair Jim Bowman Pat Breedlove Jeff Cameron Jody Carr Linda Cartwright Chris Cole Tim Conrad Sandy Cook Rae Cripe Gary Dale Mark Davenport Jeff Dawes ' i Andy Deeter Robin Deeter Bob DeWoody Linda DeWoody Scott Driscoll Jeanne Dutt Bill Dyson Karla Eilts Gary Favorite Greg Fearnow Pam Fitch Lori Flohr Judy Ford Rhonda Foust Dean Weaver clearly expresses his feelings to- ward first period classes as he and Mitch Sor- rell prepare for the bell. uniors ' first class accomplish- ment of tfie year was the Home- coming float. The theme was cen- tered around Australia, featuring a giant-sized kangaroo. Robbi Baker and Dave Metz were proudly picked to represent the junior class of " 75 " as Homecoming queen and king candidates. Magazine sales were handled to- y by the junior class; seniors did not participate this year. Funds raised from the sales were used in fi- nancing the prom. Much hard work was put into the plarning and building of the prom, whi h was constructed the week of April 30. Clu.s.s officer.s: Gary Dale. v. prrs.: Shannah Van Meter, sec; Jayne Lange. treas.: Randy Rcnbarger, pres. Paula Fox Ian Gaff Grimes Gaslon R.inih Grossman Rhonda Harding Tim Haupert Tom Haupert Tim Hcdrick Tom Heeler Bill Hcrron Bob Hcllmansperger [oan Hipskind Dennis Hite Cindy Hollcnback P.ittv Honevcutt Jeff Hunt ickic Jackson Susan Kline Lori Knott Diana Kopis Mareia Lane [ayne Lange Larry Learned Louise Marlindale Dennis Martin Steph mie Mclntyre Debbie McLaughlin Sandy Meadows Rodney Merrick Dave Melz Darrell Me er Ra.dy Miller Kathy Nordman Lori Ogan Sue Plough Nancy Pretorius Kay Pretorius Diana Reahard Helen Reahard Randy Renbarger Doug Rensberger Steve Rice April Risher Randy Samsel Lamoine Sanders Debbie Schuler Don Shafer Keith Shaw Dennis Siders Dave Swart Ron Tucker Tom Tucker Ty Tyner Steve Urschel Tom VanBuskirk Shanna VanMeter Dean Weaver Jerry Welsh Mike White Audie Wiley Deana Wilhelm Dan Winters Joyce Young Not Pictured: Sharon Bowyer Fred Conkling Rex Cunningham Kirk Heflin Ron Judy Mary Parker Floyd West Jack Adams |ay Alexander Fred Anderson Kavena Anderson Debbie Applegate Cindy Baker Lonnie Baker Steve Bartoo Bill Bever James Bohnhoff David Bowman Shirley Bowyer Teresa Boyer Kurt Brackenhamer Debbie Brodbeck Bill Burnsworth lames Clarkson Richard Collins Robert Collins Bobby Corn Brenda Culver Pam Curtis Thomas Curtis Debbie Daniel Rowena Davidson Daniel Dawes Mike Deeter Gary DeVore Matt Driscoll Kathy Dyson Mark Dyson Mike Dyson Mark Eiler Pam Eltzroth Randy Favorite David Foust jerry France Barbara Gagnon Steve Gagnon Susan Gaston Thom Gidley Rod Glassburn Sophs Order Rings in April M class officers: (seated) Shelly Renbarger. sec; Debbie Kochenour. V. pres.; Steve Norman, pres.; Sharon Metzger, treas. The class of ' 76 had many exciting things happening to them. The or- dering of class rings in April, class parties, and participating in home- coming activities kept them busy. The class nominated Linda Dixon and Jeff Loehnis as queen and king candidates. The float, which placed second, was entitled, " Grind ' Em Up " . Student council representatives were Kavena Anderson, Linda Dixon, and Denise Swart. Left: Rushed by students behind her, CaroHne Knezevich hunts for a seat on the bus headed home. Sara Khne Caroline Knezvich Dcbra Kochenour Chris Krom Cathy Lehman Mary Lester Randy Lewis Lnri Linsburg Paul Little Jeffrey Loehnis Greg Lundquist Donna Martin Evelyn McKinley Jeff McKinney Cindy McLaughlin Kelly Merrick P.il Mtiston Ron Metz Sharon Mctzgcr Irff Miller Pat Miracle Ellen Mouser Roxanne Myers Debra Niccum Sue Noel Ken Nordman Dawn Norman Steve Norman Dollie Patten |(i Ellen Pcfley Phyllis Plant Diana Preston Shelly Renbarger Randy Richardson Amy Risher Randy Robinson Anita Scholes Kalhy Schultz Christine Shafer Dwane Shepherd loan Shepherd Judy Shepherd Kex ' in Siders Mark Siders Tina Simpson Sharon Slisher Larry Smalley Laura Smalley Kent Smith Lisa Smith Miriam Smith Karla Steele Mitchcl Steele |oe Stieglitz Kerry Strange Denise Swart LuAnn Swihart Creg Thomas Karen Tiede loan Timberman Laura Urschel Mark Vigar lane Wasem Nancy Wcesner Linda Wilhelm Linda Winters Doug Yentes Gerald Young Debra Zinsmeister Not pictured: Dan Davis Linda Dixon [erry Hayes Sue Little Greg Rice Randy Wagner Pam Waldon Audrey Plough and Debbie Warnock ex- change the latest gossip during lunch. Roxy Allen Tammy Antrim Kevin Baer Robert Baker Bernice Banninger Dale Barlow Mitch Beals Greg Bell Jack Bever Melissa Bidwell [oe Bolin Mark Bowen Bonnie Burnsworth Kent Cammack Steve Campbell John Carpenter Dan Carr Tammi Chamberlain jerry Chittick James Chowning Tina Corn Judy Crist Dean Davenport Doug Dawes Mary Jane Dawes Scott Dawes Ron Deeter Cindy Derek David DeVore Cindy Dyson John Dyson Dan Eads Tammy Eilts Robin Elrod Brian Eltzroth Joey Flitcraft Robert Floyd Brian Ford Eugene Fox Bryan Freshse Dan Gillespie Karen Glassburn Shelley Green Carl Guingrich Rebecca Hahn Beth Hall Gary Hammel Cheryl Hampton Frosh Learn Challenges of Float-Building Dennis Harding Tammy Harrington Mark Hauper Richard D. Hawkins Richard W. Hawkins Karen Heflin Barry Hicks Sheila Hite Cynthia Hobbs Diana HoUoway Wendy Holman Jim Johnson Teresa Joy Tony Judy Mike Kasamis Daniel Kaufman Kevin Kelly Teresa Keppel Modena Kisner Lori Knee Pam Kochenour Tim Lane Rhonda Leach Ricky Leach Class officers: Richard Hawkins, vice-pres.: Lori Knee, sec-treas.: Chris Sampson, pres. One week before Homecoming the freshman discovered the trials of building a float. They chose as their queen and king candidates Amy Vrooman and Dan Carr. Their float depicted the theme of Holland. Freshman football fighters made NHS history as they became the first undefeated team. Participation in extra-curricular activities increased for the freshmen since membership in clubs becomes more available to high school students. Chris Learned Barb Lehman Miteh Little Cindy Martin Kent Martindale Tom Martind.de Missy Mast Jennifer McBrayer Charles McCoUey Peggy McCord Lolita Mclntire Mark Meslon Allen Miracle Lee Ann Morrison Artie Rh;i ' Jane Rice Teresa Rii;i ' Steve Rogers Chris Sampson Scott Sanders Susk; Sanders Linda Sausaman Deanna Schuler Trina SchuliT Bill Schullz Mauric( ' Shellon |ohn Sidcis Hilly Sinipson Ahove C( nter: Susie Sanders and Tnia Corn brave llu ' (Lingers of walking the |nnioi high hall. An empty hall is the common place for taking make-up tests, as Tammy Antrim concen- trates on hers. Cindy Sinclair Mike Skaggs Jeff Slee Lanice Slisher Paul Smith Robin Southworth Dan Staggs Ruth Ann Staggs Fay Starr Jennifer Stouffer Mickey Strange Bobbie Swanson Bob Swan Jolene Swope Iris Jacket Robert Tarter n Team Makes Sports History Jackie Thompson Don Townsend Terry TuUy Diana Unger Tom Vigar Amy Vrooman Tim Wagers Jeff Waldon Debbie Warnock Roy Warren Terri Welsh Faith Williams Wanda Wilson Alan Woodcox Cheryl Yocum Becky Yocum Geraldine Young Jeff Young Not pictured: Gigi Bair Gary Bowman Nancy Dale Bill Hensley Larry Lane Raymond Lester Greg Rice Ron Schaaf Jane Watts John Agee Missy Alexander Barbara Anderson Jill Antrim Brad Baber Matt Baker Becky Ball Brenda Benson Lori Bever David Bowyer Kathy Brodbeck Jay Busch Chris Cammack Becky Cartwright Kurt Carver Brett Chittick Robert Clark Terri Conrad Ray Copeland Barbara Crist Mike Culver Tammy Dangerfield Jenny Deeter Katrina Dilling Jeanne Draper Frank Driscoll Teresa Driscoll Carol Dunphy Don Dunphy Kelly Dyson Nancy Elzoroth Charles Foust Gary Fearnovi ' Kathy Fleming Vincent Floyd Lori Frehse Scott Galley Tammy Gardner Steve Gill Cyndie Gillespie Judy Goff Kelly Good Jody Gouvan Rex Grossman I Eighth Prepares to Enter High School 132 members of the eighth grade class enjoyed their last year of ju- nior high. Mrs. Tobey, Mr. Fus- chetto, and Mr. Jackson, class spon- sors, endured the three-hour class party May 3. Near the end of March the class was given the chance to choose elec- tives for their first year in high school. Class Officers: Mark Lutz, treas.; Tory Tyner, student council; T.L. McKinley, vice-pres.; Liz Reed, sec; Brett Chittick, pres. Patty Hall Robert Harden Kevin Harrel Kevin Harrington |oyce Hayes Rod Hegel Brian Helvey Mark Hicks Dan Hipsher Cheryl HoUenback Amy Honeycutt Lougene Hooks Lisa Hoover Cheryl Huffman Tracy Johnson Susan Joy Sally Kline Tony Krom Sally Lane Linda Lester Marty Long Sherri Long Mark Losher Mark Lutz Valerie Lyons John Martin Kelly McKee Manin McKillip Marceil McKinley Teresa McKinney Leslie McLaughlin Bob Metzger Mike Metzger Debbie Myers Teresa Miracle Teresa Neal Lori Niccum Ed Norman Rich Oldenkamp Polly Plant Beth Olmstead Darcy Overman Eric Overman Bill Patton Pat Patton Lynne Pefley Tim Raver Teresa Reahard Liz Reed Larry Rensberger Robin Robinson Randy Ross Beth Schnepp Dennis Schnepp Todd Schnepp John Shepherd Debbie Siders Kyle Sinclair Martha Smith Bev Sparks Terry Staggs James Steele Kyle Steele Julia Stein Rick Stouffer Brenda Terrel Frank Tiede Bruce Tomlinson Linda Tully Tory Tyner Lindy Unger Perry Van Meter Donna Waggoner Mark Wagner Jamie Welsh Ray Weaver Gina Wilson Debbie Winters Tonya Wright Caria Yentes Charles Ziner Seventh Graders Adjust to NHS Anita Alexander Lalon Allen Craig Allman |ody Antrim Robert Applegate Rita Arrick Teresa Baer Michael Baker Lisa Seals Jay Biehl Terri Blanke Dcbra Blanton Carole Bohnhoff Tracy Bower Dan Bowyer Carl.i Boyer Christine Carpenter Rene Chamberlain Ruth Chovvning Mark Cooper Ramona Copeland Renee Cnimrine Brenda Daniel Johnny Davenport Marcia Daugherty Todd Dawes Deborah Deeler Jeff DeYarmon Bi lly Dillon Carl Downev Jeffrey Draper Philip Draper Leslie Driscoll Tureday Dyson Donald Eads Lori Elliott Brook George trudges on to class along with the rest of the the gang. Facing the challenges of the be- ginning year at Northfield was the first task of the seventh graders. The 130 members of the class of 79 elected both cheerleaders and offi- cers in the fall. Their class party in May featured a rock group composed of three members of their own class the eighth grade. One seventh grader, Lisa Beals, was recognized at the annual Honor Night for making all A ' s. Class officers: Rosie Kramer, treas.: Sheila Wilson, sec; Lisa Beals, vice-pres.: Todd Dawes, pres.; Doug Sweet, student council. Roy Elliott Gay Faust Ed Fitch Fred Ford [ason France Jeff France Kenneth Francis Larry Gaston Kathleen Gautschi Brook George Amy Gill Corinna Gordon Mark Gordon Mane Green Delane Harvey Denice Harvey Brent Haupert Brian Haupert Larry Haupert Barry Helvey Tammy Helvey mil Karen Hentgen Terry Hewitt Vicki Hite Darlene Hively Tony Holman Tammy Hosier Chris Kasamis Robbie Keaffaber lesse Kellems Debra Kelly Robert Kochenour Rosie Kramer Terry Krom Tammv Lawrence WW Fred Ludquist David McKenzie Tim McVoy Floyd McWhirt Ray McWhirt Nanette Manning Greg Miller Kenneth Monce Ricky Monce Cindy Palmer Tom Polk Brian Reed Lorraine Rice Loren Rife Anne Risher Tina Rogers Andres Ross David Samons David Sausaman Trent Schuler Ricky Sesco Randal Shafer Steven Shafer Tim Shoemaker Deanne Slater Camilla Slee Deloris Spradlin Dareld Stanley Gary Starr Jerome Stevens Roger Stouffer Teree Swanson Doug Sweet David Tooley Peter Van Buskirk Nathan Vrooman Susan Wagner Rusty Waldon [effery Warnock Sherri Weesner Duane Wilcox Lisa Wilhelm Shiela Wilson Larry Wilhelm Ross Woodward Lori Wright Tammy Yenfes Leslie Young Mike Ziner Not pictured Sherri Herron Rhonda Moviiery Sam Strange Bryan Wright Students involved in independent study v ere given the opportunity to receive any extra help needed in in- dividual subject areas. Unlike their other classes, this class v as based on individualization, where the stu- dent could work more indepen- dently on such subjects as reading or math. Miss Beghtel is the teacher in this area. Brian Eltzroth takes up a challenge of " Tri- ominoes " while Miss Beghtel and students - await the final bell. Independent Study Is Based On Individual Aid _ Above: Brian Helvey takes a final glance at his notes before taking a test. Right; All classes, including Miss Beghtel ' s show their sectional spirit by competing the the " deck the door " contest. MR. DAVID GRIFFITH, principal, received his B.S. degree at Hanover College, and his M.S. at Indiana Uni- versity. Before coming to NHS he taught business, health and P.E. and held coaching positions in football, basketball, and track. In his first year at NHS, MR. MEL- VIN WOOD served as assistant prin- cipal and athletic director. He has previously taught industrial arts, P.E. and driver ' s training. He at- tended Indiana State University wfhere he received both his B.S. and M.S. degrees. Left; Mr. David Griffith, principal Mrs. Jane Gorsuch. attendance secretary Mrs. Sharon Harris, secretary Mrs. Dorothy Merrick, bookkeeper Main Office Keeps School in Gear i Above: Mr. Griffith takes full advantage of his invitation to a meal from the bachelor ' s sur- vival class. Left: Mr. Melvin Wood, assistant principal s 5 ;td aJi; £.5 " ;;— — •a 3 S cS t: c; m r- ra n: a o u -a ' ■tt — a. cj L: r: 1 o - a; u ji " -a " 35 " 2 g ■ o - 2 i|f|||1|||IJ|||Siig||fi ii||||| Sg " -2SW»E|c .5 Ho gc-|g2 a iS£ " £ ■ 9. Sr-- i:ra:E3Wt;2£-3rra2oc5 " ' S ' a==--° " 2 ' x„ ;D.gO-aSc iS2c2 .g.o€ ge.go£ |§3|;£oS 83 -S c = c ra ra GJ DC 1: S S-S ■S ' cri S ■ ; a. c 3 : i S CO o 02 a — 5 oo 1 en c ' i E.2 S ' 1 1 , . " -S 2 td , 2 „ d CO I ' ra S — ( ' " — " ° c i I .2 o , .2 CO i ii I ' . 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The custodians are the ones who try to keep the school clean. One can always find them working in the halls, in the classrooms, mowing the lawn or in the boilerroom. Head Custodian, Robert Cole, begins on the endless job of mowing the surrounding grounds. Advertisements Oldsmobile Buick Denney Motor Sales 50 West Water St. Wabash, In 563-1178 GMC Trucks Opel Wabash Smelting, Inc. Congratulations, Seniors U.S. Highway 24 563-7461 Compliments of the Celotex Corporation Burger Chef family restaurant 1010 N. Cass " Try our delicious Funmeals " Congratulations Seniors! Ford Meter Box Co. Wabash, Indiana CHELL AGENCY 134 S. Wabash St. " The best auto insurance in town " -good student discount -2-car discount -bumper discount -accident-free rate -easy payment plans phone 563-1817 DAVID ' COX REALTY Residential Farms Commercial —Rental Management— -Appraisals- Consultation without obligation 563-4191 65 West Canal Wabash Ellis Jarvis Associates, Inc. Shop Emmalou s 35 W. 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HAROLD 36, 126 Clark, Robert 54, 59, 65, 1 18 CLARK, RON 127 Clarkson, Robert 80, 98 Cole, Chris 45, 61, 108 Collin, Richard 61, 111 Collins, Robert 61, 111 Com-ad, Teri 118 Conrad, Tim 108 Cook, Joe 99 Cook, Sandy 14, 21, 85, 87, 108 Cooper, Mark 121 Copeland, Ramona 121 Copeland, Ronals 118 COPPLER, MARK 54, 21, 127 Com, Bobby 28, 111 Corn, Danny 84, 99 Corn, Gary 99 Corn, Tina 114, 117 Com, Todd 10, 61, 68, 87, 99 Creasey, Tim 99 Cripe, Ray 61, 80, 108 Crist, Barbara 118 Crist, Judy 80, 82, 83, 114 Crumrine, Renee 95, 121 Culver, Brenda 85, 111 Culver, Diane 8, 10, 72, 80, 85, 99 Culver, Mike 54, 118, 59 Curtis, Pam 111 Curtis, Tom 37, 111 Curtis, Tony 99 Custer, Lane 60, 69, 84, 87, 94, 99 Dale, Dave 60, 84, 99 Dale, Gary 14, 12, 21, 19, 61, 77, 84, 87, 108 Dale, Nancy 80 Dangerfield, Tammy 118 Daniel, Brenda 121 Daneil, Debora 111 Daughtery, Marcia 92, 121 Davenport, Dean 114 Davenport, John 121 Davenport, Marilyn 100 Davenport, Mark 60, 108 Davidson, Rowena 80, 111 Davil, Daniel 77, 113 Dawes, Dan 65, 111 Dawes, Doug 59, 114 Dawes, Jeff 68, 84, 108 Dawes, Mary Jane 80, 114 Dawes, Todd 54, 77, 121, 122 Deeter, Andy 28, 17, 57, 65, 68, 69, 72, 87, 108 Deeter, Debbie 121 Deeter, Jenny 118 Deeter, Mike 60, 65, 11 Deeter, Robin 20, 68, 72, 85, 93, 94, 108 Deeter, Ron 59, 68, 114 Derek, Cindy 80, 114 DeVore, David 54. 116 DeVore, Gary 77, 112 DeVore, Jerry 60, 84, 87, 94, 100 DeWoody, Linda 83, 85, 95, 108 DeWoody Robert, 60, 108 DeYarmon, Jeff 121 Dilling, Katrina 118 DUlon, Billy 121 Dbcon, Linda 10, 20, 65, 69, 77, 113 Downey, Carl 121 Draper, Jeanne 118 Draper, Jeff 59, 121 Draper, Phil 59, 121 Driscoll, Eufenia 68, 87, 109 Driscoll, Frank 118 Driscoll, Leslie 121 Driscoll, Matt 60, 111 DriscoU, Scott 108 Driscoll, Teresa 118 DUKER. CLYDE 127 Dunphy, Carol 118 Dunphy, Donald 118 Dutt, Jeanne 12, 14, 20, 108, 80, 87 Dyson, Cindy 72, 80, 114 Dyson, Dennis 60, 84, 94, 108 DURNBAUGH, BARBARA 77, 127 Dyson, John 114 Dyson, Kathy 20, 28, 72, 77, 87, 111 Dyson, Kelly 118 Dyson, Kris 80, 100 Dyson, Mark 111 Dyson, Mike 111 Dyson, Tuesday 121 Dyson, William 108 Eads, Dan 59, 114, 121 Eiler, Mark 60, 84, 111 Eilts, Karla 65, 72, 85, 87, 94. 108 Eilts, Tammy 82, 72. 114 Eh-od, Robin 20, 77. 80. 114 Elliot. Lori 121 Elliot, Roy 122 Ellzroth, Brian 114, 124 Eltzroth, Pam 95, 111 Faust, Charles 54, 65, 118 Faust, Gaye 112 Fearnow, Greg 61, 108, 118 Favorite, Gary 44, 108 Favorite, Randy 60, 77, 111 Fitch, Edwin 54, 59, 122 Fitch, Pam 44. 82. 85. 108 Fleck, Carol 23, 82, 85, 70, 74, 90, 95, 100, 144 Fleming, Kathy 118 Flitcraft, Joey 65, 114 Flohr, Lori 69, 72, 77. 87, 94, 108 Floyd, Robert 15, 54, 114 Floyd. Vincent 118 Ford. Brian 54, 114 Ford, Fred 54, 122 Ford, Judy 44, 108 Foust, David 111 Foust, Joe 100 Foust, Rhonda 108 Fox, Eugene 59, 114 Fox, Paula 80. 85. 87. 108 France. Jerry 54. 45. 72, 84, 111 France, Jeff 54, 65 France. Jason 122 France, Ken 122 Frehse, Bryan 54, 59, 114 Freshel, Lori 118 FUSCHETTO, ROCCO 72, 127 Gaff, Jan 68, 77. 87. 94, 101 Gagnon, Barbara 82, 111 Gagnon, Steve 65, 111 Galley, Robert 59, 118 Garcia, Luz Eugenia 23, 16. 107 Gardner, Tammy 118 Garriot, Jere 1(X) Gaston, Grimes 109 Gaston, Larry 122 Gaston, Pam 87, 100 Gaston, Susan 82, 85, 111 Gautschi, Kathleen 122 Gidleyl, Sherry 68, 85, 95, 100 Gidley, Tom 111 George, Brook 121, 122 Gill, Tanya 65, 100, 118 Gill, Steve 54, 59, 65 Gill, Amy 35, 122 Gillespie, Cindy 118 Gillespid, Dan 54, 59, 114 Glassburn, Karen 77, 114 Glassburn, Randy 28, 77, 100 Glassburn, Rodney 111 Goff, Judith 118 Good, David 100 Good, Kelly 118 Randall, Good 17, 84, 112 Gordon, Corinna 122 Gordan, Mark 122 Gouvan, Dennis, 112 Gouvan, Judy 118 Gouvan, Norma 85, 112 Green, Marie 122 Grossman, Randy 30, 61, 69, 84. 109 Grossman, Rex 54, 118 Grossman. Rod 20. 68. 100 Grey. Roderick 122 Griffey, Ellis 122 Guningric, Carl 114 Hadden, Bonnie 122 Hahn, Jacki 20, 85, 87, 94, 101 Hahn, Rebecca 72, 87, 114 Hall, Beth 114 Hall, Joe 101 Hall. Leroy 59 Hall, Pat 119 Hall, Ronald 112 Hammel, Gary 54, 72, 114 Hammel, Jeff 65. 72, 84, 87, 112 Hammel, Joni 68. 101 Hampton, Cheryl 80, 114 Hantleman, Linda 14, 25. 85, 87. 94. 101 Harden. Robert 119 Harding. Dennis 80. 115 Harding. Laura 122 Harding. Rhonda 100 Harmon. Brack 84. 101 Harrell, Brian 60. 112 Harrell. Danny 54. 65. 122 Harrell, Kevin 119 HarreU, Walter 22, 60, 101 Harrington, Tammy 14, 20, 69; 80, 82, 94. 115 Harris. Bradley 122 HARTS, LONNY 70, 127 Harvey, Delane 37, 122 Harvey, Denice 122 Haupert. Brent 59, 65. 122 Haupert. Brian 122 Haupert, J. 54 Haupert, Larry 54, 122 Haupert. Mark 77, 115 Haupert, Peggy 80, 112 Haupert, Tim 61, 80. 109 Haupert, Tom 61, 109 Hawkins, Richard D. 54, 59, 115 Hawkins, Richard W. 54, 115 Hawkins. Sandra 85, 112 Hayes, Jerry 113 Hayes, Joyce 119 Hedrick, Tim 109 Heeler, Miriam 85, 87, 101 Heeter, Scott 65 Heeter, Tom 72, 87, 109 Hegel, Rodney 119 Heflin, Karen 77, 115 Heflin, Kirk 14, 20, 11, 110 Helvey, Barry 54, 59, 35, 65, 122 Helvey, Belinda 59, 65, 82, 85, 87, 101 Helvey, Brian 54, 119, 124 Helvey, Karen 20, 23, 25, 68, 77, 99, 85, 101 Helvey Tammy 122 Henderson, Joe 61. 112 Hentgenk. Karen 122 Herron, Bill 109 Herron, Sherri 92 Hettmansperger, Bob 84, 109, 112 Hettmasnperger. Connie 85, 101 Hettmansperger, Jay 60, 28, 81, 112 Hewitt. Terry 122 Hicks, Barry 115 Hicks, Mark 119 Higgley, Melody 85. 77. 112 Hipsher. Daniel 54. 119 Hipskind, Joan 109 Hite, Dennis 61, 109 Hite, Greg 22, 101, 57, 84 Hite, Sheila 20, 115, 80 Hite, Vicki 122 Hively, Darlene 122 Hively, Deborah 77, 85, 112 Hobbs, Cindy 115 Hollenback, Cheryl 119 Hollenback, Cindy 94, 109 Holloway, Diane 14, 22, 80, 87, 115 Holloway, Patricia 11, 14, 20, 68, 80, 86, 101 Holman, Tony 59, 122 Holman. Wendy 60, 11. 115 Holycross, Andy 60, 102 Honeycutt, Amy 119 Honeycutt, Patty 69, 80, 87, 109 Hooks, Lougene 119 Hoover, Lisa 119 Hoosier. Tammy 122 Huffman, Cheryl 119 Huffman, Doug 45, 61, 102 Hunt. Jeff 109 Ireland, Don 102 Jackson, Vicki 80, 85, 109 Johnson, Jim 54, 59, 68, 11, 109 Johnson, Linda 102, 20, 65, 11, 68. 85. 87, 94 Johnson, Tracy 119 Joy, Marisue 112 Joy, Susan 119 Joy, Tracy 115 Joy, Anthony 115 JONES, PAUL 127 Judy, Ronald 61 Judy, Scott 61, 112 Judy, Tony 54, 61 KALTENMARK, )AMES 84, 127 Karns, April 72, 85, 112 Kams, Kim 85, 94, 102 Kasamis. Christina 122 Kasamis, Mike 54, 59, 89, 115 Kaufman, Daniel 72, 115 Keaffaber, Robert 54, 59, 65, 89, 115 Keaffaber, Tina 82, 85, 112 Keffaber, Kerry 10, 23, 24, 18, 57, 68, 84, 87, 102 Kellems, Jesse 122 Kelly, Debra 122 Kelly, Keith 20, 37, 77, 112 Kelly, Ken 60, 84, 102 Kelly, Kevin 115 KeUy, Ladonna 80, 112 Kelly, Sheryl 72, 11, 85, 112 Keppel, Teresa 115 Kemer. Kavid 77, 87, 95, 112 Kerner, Willian 68, 72, 11, 84, 102 King, Julie 72, 82, 85, 112 Kisner, Modena 72, 80, 115 Khne, Gary 57, 102 Kline, Sally 119 Kline, Sara 122 Kline, Susan 109 Knee, Lori 77, 115 Knezvich, Caroline 72, 82, 85, 112 Knott, Lori 44, 109 Kochenour, Debra 31, 111, 112 Kochenour, Pan 115 Kochenour, Robert 54, 122 Kopis, Diane 77, 87, 109 Kramer. Rosie 31, 122 Krom, Chris 60, 77. 84. 112 Krom, Terry 65, 122 Krom, Tony 54, 59, 65, 119 Lane. Marc ia 109 Lane, Melody 80, 102 Lane, SaUy 119 Lane, Tim 59, 115 Lange, Jayne 68, 72, 85, 87, 92, 109 Lawrence, Tammy 122 Leach, Rhonda 37, 115 Leach, Ricky 115 Learned, Christine 82. 116 Learned, Larry 109 Lehman, Barbara 116 Lehman, Cathy 112 Leland, Rhonda 11, 85, 99, 102 LEMING. CHARLES 54. 62 Lester. Linda 119 Lester, Mary 112 Lewis, Randall 14, 20, 72, 87, 112 Lewis, Robert 20, 72, 80, 87, 94. 102 Unsburg, Lori 11, 85, 112 Little, Mitchell 116 Little, Paul 112 Little, Sue 113 Loehnis, Jeffrey 11, 84, 87, 110, 112 Long, Martha 119 Long, Sherri 119 Losher, Mark 59, 119 Lundquist, Bob 18, 43, 61, 84, 103 Lundquist, Greg 112 Lundquist, Fred 54, 65, 123 Lutz, Mark 45, 54, 69, 59, 119 Lutz, Marty 66, 82, 85, 103 Lyons, Valerie 119 Martin, Cindy 72, 80, 87, 116 Martin, Donna 112 Martin, Dennis 109 Martin, Jeff 103 Martin, John 119 Martindale. Kent 72, 116 Martindale, Louise 54, 82, 85, 87, 109 Martindale, Tom 72, 116 Mast, Jeff 56, 57, 84, 70, 103 MAST, MARVIN 28, 127 MAST, MARY ANN 127 Mast, Missy 77, 80, 92, 116 Matthews, Kim 103 McBrayer, Jenny 116 McColley, Charles 116 McColley, Nancy 45, 68, 82, 103 McColley, Sharon 14. 23, 42, 80, 103 McCord, Peggy 116 Mclntire, Lohta 80, 82, 116 Mclntire, Stephanie 109 McKee, Kelly 119 McKenzie, David 123 McKillip, Lynn 17, 68, 69, 72, 11, 85, 103 McKillip, Marvin 54, 119 McKinley, Carrie 85, 87, 103 McKinley. Evelyn 31, 85, 87, 77, 112 McKinney, Jeff 112 McKinely, Marceil 93, 119 McKinely, Ralph 103 McKinley, Teresa 119 McLaughlin, Cindy 113 McLaughlin, Deb 119 McVoy, Tim 54, 123 McWhirt, Floyd 123 McWhirk, Ray 123 Manning, Nanette 123 Meadows, Sandy 95, 109 Merrick, Kelly 20, 17, 65, 11, 82, 85, 113 Merrick, Rod 84, 109 Meston, Mark 116 Meston, Pat 80, 85, 113 Metz, Dave 11, 8, 61, 65, 72, 84, 87, 109 Metz, Ron 65, 72, 84, 87, 113 Metzger, Mike 54, 59, 119 Metzger, Sharon 65, 77, 87, 113 Metzger, Robert 54, 116 Meyer, Darrell 109 Miller, Greg 54, 123, 59 Miller, Kevin 103 Miller, Jeff 113 MILLER, JOHN 37, 73, 127 Miller, Randy 109 MILLER, TOM 57, 127 Miracle, Allen 72, 116 Miracle, Pat 113 Miracle. Teresa 119 Mishler. Dean 31. 57. 69, 84, 99, 103 Monce, Ken 123 Monce, Rick 54. 123 Morrison. Le Ana 20, 116 Mouser, Ellen 85, 113 Mowery, Rhonda 123 Myers, Carolyn 85, 18, 99, 103 Myers, Deborah 119 Myers, Rhonda 116 Myers, Roxanne 113 Napiera Pavis), Debra 100 Neal, Charles 54, 116 Neal, Teresa 120 NEALE, WILLIAM 54, 127 Niccum, Debra 82, 85, 11, 113 Niccum, Tim 60, 103 Noel, Sue 113 Nordman, Kathy 85, 87, 109 Nordman, Ken 113 Norman, Denise 14, 21, 25, 19, 68, 77, 80, 87, 85, 94, 103 Norman, Dawn 80, 82, 85, 113 Norman, Edward 65, 120 Norman, Gary 61, 84. 87, 103 NORMAN, KENNETH 127 Norman, Steve 61, 69, 84, 111, 113 Ogan, Lori 42, 85, 87, 109 Oldencamp, James 120 Ohnstead, Beth 120 Overman, Eric 120 Overman, Darcy 95, 120 Owen, Cindy 116 Palmer, Cindy 123 Pattion, Billy 54, 120 Patton, DoUie 65, 77, 82, 87, 113 Patton, Nobel 120 Parker, Mary 110 Pefley, Jo Ellen 82, 85, 77, 113 Pefley, Lynne 93, 120 Plant, PhyUis 72, 85, 113 Plant, Polly 120 Plough, Audrey 20, 80, 115, 116 Plough, Sue 20, 80, 87, 109 Poe, Lary 11 Poe, Steve 30, 11 Polk, Tom 54, 123 Pownall, Greg 43, 54, 116 Pretorius, Kay 18, 17, 65, 72, 87, 94, 109 Pretorius, Nancy 18, 68, 85, 109 Preston, Diana 82, 83, 85, 87, 113 PRICE, REX 127 Raver, Greg 116 Raver, Tim 54, 59, 120 Reahard, Diane 109 Reahrad, Helen 80, 82, 109 Reahard, Mona Lisa 116 Reahrd, Teresa 120 REAHARD, REX 87, 127 REDECKER, FLOHR 127, 144 Reed, Ehzabeth 119, 120 Reed, Brian 59, 123 Renbarger, Randy 18, 69, 84, 109 REEP, DAVID 36, 128 Renbarger, Shelly 20, 71, 72, 85, 87, 92, 95, 111. 113 Rensbarger, 109 Rensberger, 103 Rensberger, Larry 120 RICE, ALLEN 128 Rice, Artie 116 Rice, Greg 113 Rice, Jane 77, 116 Rice, Kathy 116 Rice, Lorranin 123 Rice, Steve 61, 84, 109 Rice, Teresa 77, 116 Richardson, Randy 77, 113 Richardson, Tina 105 Rife, Jay 104 Rife, Loren 123 Risher, April 14, 80, 87, 94, 110 Risher, Amy 14, 80, 87, 113 Risher, Anne 77, 123 Robinson, Randy 113 Robinson, Robin 120 Rogers, Steve 59, 116 Rogers, Tina 123 Roser, Andrevk 123 Ross, Randy 54, 59, 120 ROYER, DEE 69, 128 Sampson, Chris 54, 59, 69, 115, 116 Samsel, Cindy 14, 21, 80, 104 Samsel, Randy 10, 68, 77, 110 Samsons, David 123 Sanders, Lamoine 14, 20, 29, 87 Sanders, Scott 54, 65, 114 Sanders, Susie 65, 80, 82, 116 Sausuaman, David 54, 123 Sausaman, Linda 92, 116 Sausaman, Tammy 18, 20, 82, 85, 93, 95, 104 Schnepp, Scott 120 Schnepp, Dennis 54, 59, 65, 120 Schnepp, Larry 56, 57, 84 Schnepp, Todd 54, 59, 120 Scholes, Anita 72, 113 Schuler, Deanna 72, 77, 116 Schuler, Debra 33, 77, 85, 87, 110 Schuler, Trent 54, 59, 65, 123 Schuler, Trian 43, 72, 92, 116 Schultz, Kathy 72, 85, 113 Schultz, William 30, 54, 116 Sesco, Ricky 123 Shafer, Cris 72, 87, 92, 95, 112, 113 Shafer, Don 60, 110 Shafer, Kathy 82, 85, 104 Shafer, Melvin 104 Shafer, Randy 54, 80, 123 Shafer, Steve 54, 68, 123 Shawr, Keith 14, 20, 12, 44, 110 Shelton, Maurice 54, 59, 116 Shepard, Duane 113 Shepard, John 120 Shepard, John 120 Shepard, Joan 113 Shepard, Judith 82, 113 Shoemaker, Tim 123 Siders, Debra 120 Siders, Dennis 44. 110 Siders, John 116 Siders, Kevin 15, 113 Siders, Mark 84, 87, 113 Simpson, Billy 116 Simpson, Tina 85, 72, 113 Sinclair, Cindy 82, 117 Sinclair, Kyle 120 Sinclair, William 54 Skaggs, Mike 14, 12, 54, 83, 87, 117 Slater, Deanne Slee, Camilla 123 Slee, Jean 80, 86, 110 Slee, Jeff 117 Slisher, Lanice 77, 82, 117 Slisher, Sharon 77, 85, 113 Smalley, Larry 113 Smalley, Laura 113 SMITH, BERNADINE 85, 128 Smith, Kathy 104 Smith, Kent 87, 113 Smith, Lisa 82, 85, 113 Smith, Martha 120 Smith, Miriam 72 87, 94, 113 Smith, Paul 54, 59. 117 SoiTell, Mitch 11, 17, 60, 77, 110 Southworth, Robin 117 Sparks, Beverly 120 Sparks, Randy 28, 110 Spaulding, Mike 60, 104 Speelman, Gary 104 Speicher, Jeff 61 Spraidlin, Delrois 123 Stanely, Darreld 54, 123 Staggs, Dan 54, 80, 117 Staggs, Terry 65, 120 Staggs, Ruth Ann 117 Starr, Fay 82, 117 Starr, Gary 59, 123 Steele, James 120 Steele, Karla 113 Steel, Kathy 104 Steele, Kyle 120 Steele, Mitchel 61, 113 Stein, Dna 113 Stein, Julai 120 Stephan, Patti 105 STEWART, ROBERTA 69, 129 Stevens, Jerome 123 Stieghtz, Joe 25, 72, 87, 113 Stouffer, Jennifer 77, 117 Stouffer, Ricky 120 Stouffer, Roger 123 Strange, Diane 94, 110 Strange, Kerry 14, 113 Strange, Micky 80, 87, 117 Strange, Sally 82, 80, 87, 85, 110 SQUIRES, DOROTHY 128 Swan, Bob 54, 59, 117 Swan, Larry 72, 80, 105 Swan, Mike 20, 68, 72, 80, 94, 110 Swanson, Bobbie 117 Swanson, Teree 123 Swart, David 110 Swart, Denise 72, 85, 113 Sweet, Doug 54, 59, 65, 69, 122, 123 Sweet, Rosie 14, 18, 21, 24, 33, 68, 87, 93, 94, 105 Swihart, LuAnn 17, 85, 113 Swihart, Phil 105 Swope, Jolene 72, 117 Swope, Maria 65, 87, 105 Tackett, Iriis 65, 87, 105 Tarter, Robert 72, 117 Taylor, Kim 20, 68, 72, 85, 87, 94, 105 Terrel, Brenda 120 Tiede, Frank 65, 120 Tiede, Karen 72, 77. 85, 87, 113 Thomas, Greg 113 TOBEY, CHERYL 31, 129 Thompson, Brenda 80, 82, 83, 105 Thompson, Jackie 117 Thrush, Becky 12, 20, 14, 68, 80, 85, 87, 94, 105 Timberman, Joan 85, 113 Titus, Randy 60, 84, 105, 16 Townsend, Don 117 Tomlism, Bruce 120 Tooley, David 54, 123 Trump, Steve 20, 77, 105 Tucker, Ron 60, 65, 110 Tucker, Tom 61, 110 Tully, Linda 93, 120 Tully, Terry 54, 59, 117 Tynet, Tena 24 72, 80, 85, 87, 93, 94, 105 Tyner, Tory 54, 59, 119, 120 Tyner, Ty 57, 72, 84, 110 Unger, Richard 54, 59 Unger, David 14, 72, 80, 87, 117 Unger, Diane 14, 80, 87 Unger, Linda 120 Urschel, Jim 45, 84, 105 Urschel, Laura 72, 85, 87, 92, 113 Urschel, Steve 60, 110 Urschel, William 105 VAN ELLS, LOIS 129 VanBuskirk, Dave 106 VanBuskirk, Peter 54, 59, 120, 123 VanBuskirk, Tom 10, 68, 77, 110 VanMeter, Perry 54, 65, 120 VanMeter, Shanna 85, 95, 110 Vigar, John 106 Vigar, Mark 61, 113 Vigar, Tom 117 Vrooman, Amy 10, 92, 117 Vrooman, 57, 84, 106 Vrooman, Nathan 54. 99. 123 Wabers. Tim 43. 65. 59. 72. 117 Waggoner. Donna 120 Waggoner. Paula 87. 106 Wagner. Mark 120 Wagner, Randy 113 Wagner, Suan 123 Waldon, Jeff 117 Walson. Pam 113 Waldon. Rusty 54. 65. 123 WALKE. RICHARD 77, 129 WALKER, DENNIS 18, 21, 29, 129 Warnock, Deb 54, 59, 123 Warnock, Jeff 54. 59. 123 Warren. Roy 117 Wasem. Jane 17. 72, 85, 113 Wasem. Pam 82 Weaver, Dean 30, 77, 60, 110 Weaver, Nancy 23, 106 Weaver, Ray 54, 120 Weesner, Nancy 113 Weesner, Sherri 123 Welsh, Jamie 120 Welsh, jerry 110 Welsh, Terri 80, 117 Weller, Davyd 106 West, Floyd 110 Whinnery. Liz 87, 106 White, Dean 10, 60, 84 White, Mike 57, 18, 84, 110 White, Deb 104 Wilcox, Duane 54, 123, 59 Wiley, Audie 61, 110 Wilhelm, Deanna 18, 80, 82, 87, 110 Wilhelm, Melinda 113 Wilhelm, Lisa 23, 35 Williams, Faith 117 Wilson, Gina 94, 120 Wilson, Sheila 34, 119 Wilson, Wanda 72, 80, 117 WINEGARDNER, CRAIG 32, 129 Winters, Deb 120 Winters, Linda 72, 85, 113 Woodcox, Alan 117 Woodward 54, 123 Wright, Bryan 65 Wright, Lori 123 Wright, Lori 120 Yentes, Carla 120 Yentes, Cathy 120 Yentes, Tam 123 Yocum, Cheryl 77, 117 Yocum, Tony 57, 84, 106 Yocum, Becky 77, 117 Young, Jeff Young, Joyce 45, 82, 85, 110 Young, Gerald 61, 113 Young, Geraldine 65, 117 Young, 123, 35 Ziner, Mike 123 Ziner, Charles 120 Zinsmeister, Deb 82, 85, 77, 113 N.H.S. is not just a building of bricks and glass with massive space. Rather it is the core of activity for the students who will fill its corridors and class- rooms, accepting the challenge of individual thought and expression. The first weeks are perhaps the hardest. " School starting already? " Three months! It was more like three days. To the jr. hi the first weeks are like step- ping into a whole new world. To the freshmen and sophomores it ' s a chance to find " long time-no see " friends, to the juniors, a beginning of another year of hard work, to the seniors it represents the last year of high school, and to the teachers— here comes another year of giving tests, grading papers, and av- eraging grades. Yet with pep rallies, homecoming, football, clubs, hoosier hysteria, and musicals, it is not long before the jr. hi feel at home, the juniors have forgotten the short summer, the freshmen and sophomores have found their group of friends, the seniors are looking forward to graduation and the teachers are smiling as they see evidence that their hard work is not in vain. The experience of high school life, getting to know people, learning to get along with those of an- other world, working side by side for a common goal; this is part of our high school education. Learning about the high school and what it can give you in the way of interest and in turn what you can contribute to the activity. Add to this life the excite- ment of the special days. The thrill of a trophy, the joy of a crown, the honor of being part of it all. These things make NHS the wonderful experience and this is why NHS is the CENTER OF OUR WORLD. Finally the book is finished, but not without lots of memorable times and laughs like: moving at mid- night because of Jenny, getting pictures rained on, (Hey, Chicken Leg), decorating the annual room, stealing chairs, and wastebaskets, eating pudding, pizza, donuts, and Tang, sighing at the end of the first semester, ordering 25,000 picture tabs, and con- stantly looking for lost pictures. Even through all this we can ' t forget to thank some very special people like Mr. Kaltenmark, who put up with our messes; Mr. Werking, who took pic- tures and was patient with us; Mr. }. Miller for showing us how to use the camera; Mr. Mast for his encouraging words, Cindy and Karen who helped us out, Jacki who wrote so much copy, Craig, for his ar- tistic work; Robert for taking all those pictures; and especially Mrs. Flohr who typed, wrote captions, headlines and all the things we didn ' t like to do like talking to Mr. G. and also had faith in us, even dead- line days. If we missed anyone, we ' re sorry and thanks. Have fun Sandy and Karla. Co-editors Becky Thrush and Carol Fleck


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