Northfield High School - Shield Yearbook (Wabash, IN)
- Class of 1977
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The N-crowd Life at Northfield begins at 8:00 a.m. August 25th. One by one the buses arrive at school and hesi- tantly we step off. Some of us drive our family cars to school af- ter begging our parents and prom- ising not to get one scratch on any square inch of the car. While oth- ers who are fortunate enough to own a car drive to school. We walk slowly into the building wondering what changes have been made and asking ourselves, " How will I ever get back into the swing of things? " We go to our lockers and talk to our friends whom we have not seen for sometime. When the bell rings at 8:10 we walk to our first class. Some will have already gone to class for fear of not finding it or being late. We glance around the room to see if any of our friends are there. Sometimes we see a new face. We walk over to a seat and sit down. The room is silent. One could al- most hear a pin drop. As the teacher enters the room all eyes are on him. He proceeds to take a head count and says in a day or so he will make a seating chart. 2 Opening Opening 3 He surveys the room with a careful eye and then passes out those old books. We glance through the book and wonder how we are ever going to learn all of this in nine months, but the teacher assures we will. Time passes quickly, but not fast enough it seems. Five minutes be- fore the end of class the teacher makes our first assignment. Every- one knew that he was going to make it. The bell rings and the first class is over. In five minutes the next class begins and later another. . h When it is time for lunch some of us go to the cafeteria to eat and talk to friends. Some go to the gym to play ping pong. An- other bell rings at the end of the lunch period. We know we only have a few classes to go before we can go home at 3:15 p.m. The afternoon passes quickly and now it is 3:15. There is all at once a scurry to go home. Some don ' t go home right away, but stay for athletic practice or special or- ganization meetings. Tomorrow will be another day in our life as a member of the N-Crowd. 4 Opening Opening 5 Student life 6 Student life Comings £t Goings Comings £t Goings Comings £t Goings Comings St Goings 8 Comings Goings Comings ft Goings Comings £t Goings Comings £t Goings Comings (t Goings Comings cS Goings 9 it 1. Debbie Winters, Perry Van IVIeter and Dumbo pose proudly atop the winning Ju- nior float, it 2. Even though the senior float placed 3rd, Wendy Holman still seems happy, 3. The Mighty Norse march off the field at half time to return and defeat Whites 33 to 0. «4, The flag and pom pom girls " do their own thing " while Tracy Johnson " blows her horn " !! 5. Rosie Kramer stops " cheering " long enough to pose for our photographer. 10 Homecoming Look..Jt s AH Smiles In the midst of a very successful football season an air of excitement rose from the halls of NHS, on Oc- tober 8th, as the student body prepared for a victo- rious Homecoming against Whites Institute. The theme for 1976-77 Homecoming was " The Animated World of Walt Disney. " Float judging included fresh- men winning fourth place using characters from Cap- tain Hook; seniors placed third basing their float on The Jungle Book; sophomores placed second with Winnie-the-Pooh and the juniors winning first place with their float displaying Dumbo the flying elephant. On that very chilly night. Miss Pat Meston stepped down from her reign as Homecoming Queen to give the title to Miss Debbie Winters, junior. Her court in- cluded Wendy Holman, senior; Rosie Kramer, soph- omore; and Cambi Rensberger, freshman. The junior class also took the winning Homecoming King votes with their candidate Perry Van Meter. The other class candidates were Mitch Beals, senior; Brian Reed, sophomore; and JefF Mowery, freshman. The Homecoming events ended with a dance in the cafeteria following the game. Music was provided by " Day Break. " MI H Vl m d iJ pLJiu. 1 1 M • - 1 . 1 B mx mrmmvi fdiS bmmss c 6. HAIL to the King! HAIL to the Queen! HAIL to Debbie and Perry! =7. Being the principal DOES have its advantages. =8. Cambi Rensberger doesn ' t seem to be very frightened by Capt. Hook, does she? Homecoming 11 Mad success As the house lights went down and the curtain opened, Northfield patrons beheld a wonderous sight. Where an empty stage once stood was a little French cafe and the home of " The Madwoman of Chaillot. " Yes, on November the 12th and 13th, the world was shown through the superb acting of all cast members and by the ex- cellent performances by the back- stage crews that when the talent of NHS combines with ONE Bar- bara Durnbaugh miracles occur!!! (Congratulations troupe for a job WELL done!) 1. The Madwomen of Northfield: Dawn Baber, Lee Ann Morrison, Deb Warnock, and Iris Tackett. 2- A very normal day at a very unordinary French cafe! 3. Wil- liam Rust and Barb Durnbaugh having fun at the piano. 4. The Madwoman trys to convince Irma (Robin EIrod) that Pierre (Jim Johnson) is not all that bad. 5. Brad Baber, James Chowning, David McKenzie, and Mike Skaggs, the four exec- utives, seem to like taste testing. 12 Fall Play IPP -4 J ' ' " i l A .r " ' ih ieai:! ! .: :- M fs 1 = 6. " The gang " before the show in the friendshop circle, =7, The Madwoman (Iris Tackett) having fun being the Avon lady. =8. The ragpicker (Robbie Keaffa- ber) explains life as it Is today. =9. Why me ' ' Ya ' ever have one of those days when . . . =10. The fabulous crew behind " Madwoman " ! Fall Play 13 The Signs of Christmas On December 17th the Northfield cafeteria became alive with the spirit of Christmas, as the FCA and Tri-Hi- Y sponsored the annual Christmas Dance. A glow of red, green, and gold surrounded the River Band while they set the mood of the holidays. Approximately 200 people attended this gala event. Refreshments were served. « 1. Wendy Holman and date find that disco music irresistible. 2. Lori Beaver and Debbie Siders sample the Yuletide treats while chat- ting with Julie Rees. 3. Mitch Beals and Amy Vrooman dance the night away. 4. Surrounding the tree couples dance to the music of the River Band. 5. Frank Tiede and Lisa Kitchen drink to the holi- day season while Chris Sampson, Mitch Beals and his date Amy Vroo- man discuss the evening ' s festivities. 14 Christmas Dance - % First Carnival provides fun, frolic, and funds " Hey slugger, can ' t ya hit the target! " . . . Splash! the aroma of popcorn, the splat of whipped cream . . . These are just a few sights and sounds of a new adventure of the Student Council for the 1976-77 year ... A Carnival. Each club was encouraged to participate, as a money-making project, by setting up some type of booth. All sorts of entertainment were available to those attending, from a homemade baked goods booth to a whipped cream pie throw to a dunkin ' booth. The Car- nival was a success and will prob- ably become an annual event at NHS. 1. Doug Kasamis takes aim at the Shield ' s ba5l etball throw booth, : 2. Mr. Winegardner tai es a dunl at the athletic booth. 3. Three strikes-you ' re out at the old foreign language booth. 4. 1 wonder who that could be under ALL that whip cream? 5. The art club sponsored this candle squirting booth. =6. One of the most popular booths at the carnival was the Tri-Hi-Y cake walk. Good Times Throughout the year we had a variety of convocations varying from music groups, comedians to a band and other ensembles. Each was enjoyed by all. On March 23, 1977, the Base- ball Boosters sponsored the 6th annual soup supper. Over 500 people attended this fund-raising event. After the supper, the NHS " Fabulous Faculty " took on the Harlem Diplomats in an exciting basketball game. The Diplomats ended up winning the hard fought battle 71-63. The money received from the supper will be used to purchase athletic equipment for the school. 1. The " Fabulous Faculty. " 2. One of the convos was a comedian. 3. Lynn Pefley arranges the furniture (boys basket- ball team members.) 4. Band played for one of the convos. Convos Soup Supper 17 Oliver Oliver Bruce Trump Fagin Brad Baber Nancy Iris Tacl ett Bet Beth Squires Artful Dodger Rob Keaffaer Mr. Bumble Jim Johnson Widow Corney Tammy Harrington Bill Sykes Dan Gillespie Mr. Sowerberry James Chowning Mrs. Sowerberry Jenny Deeter Noah Dave McKenzie Charlotte Kathy Click Mr. Brownlow Ed Norman Dr. Grimwig Allen Miracle Old Sally Beth Olmstead Old Lady Teri Conrad Mrs. Bedwin Robin EIrod LONDONERS James Chowning Kathy Click Brenda Collins Teri Conrad ' Brenda Daniel Jenny Deeter Kelly Dyson Robin EIrod Scott Galley Rod Hegel ' Chorus Soloists FAGIN Karen Hentgen Vicki Hite ' Dennis Homles Lisa Kitchen Dave McKenzie Allen Miracle Ed Norman Beth Olmstead Lynn Pefley Debbie Warnock Caria Yentes S GANG Charley Bates Scott Long Mary Shaw Danette Norman Dawn Weisman THE WORKHOUSE GANG John Chowning Teresa Frehse Bob Flott Scott Long Sue Long Donna Newcomer Susan Pefley Sharon Smith StefTany Smith 1. The workhouse gang, Widow Corney, and Mr. Bumble give Oliver a good talking to. 2. The whole cast says, " Consider Yourself " a friend. 3. Bill Sykes and Nancy make up after one of their many fights. 4. Oliver wonders where love is. 18 Spring Musical 5. Oliver and the Artful Dodger become good friends. 6. The crazy crew of Oliver hams it up more than the cast. » 7. Fa- gin ' s gang, Nancy, Bet and Fagin think " It ' s a Fine Life " . 8. Dr. Grimwig and Mr. Brownlow discuss Oliver ' s trustworthi- ness. 9. Mr. Bumble, Mr. Sowerberry, Noah, and Charlotte help Mrs. Sowerberry out of a casket after Oliver pushed her in. Spring Musical 19 ' Stairway to Heaven rw streamers of royal blue, sky blue and ivory accented by strands of shimmering silver tinsel and chandeliers made up the false walls and ceiling for the 1977 Prom held on May 7. The theme of the prom: " Stairway to Heaven, " was displayed by a golden stairway outlined with twinkling lights and angel ' s hair. Centerpieces of royal blue and ivory feathers and silver stars dec- orated each table. The entertain- ment was provided by the " Circus City Six. " They set the mood of the prom by playing the theme song. The evening was a memo- rable tribute to the Class of 1977. ' rjWT r - - 1. Tammy Deeter and Lalon Allen dis- cuss the evening ' s festivities after they were done passing out flowers and books. 2. Curt Holmes and Lisa Kitchen dance the night away. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith seem startled by the camera flash. 4. Mr. Rust makes his grand entrance. 5. Juniors work hard to get the prom done on time. 6. Darlene Hively and John Carpenter plan the rest of the eve- ning ' s events. 7. Jane Dawes and Mitch Beals boogie to the music of the Circus City Six. 8. Susie and Scott Sanders along with their dates have a good time at the 14th annual prom. Graduation brings smiies Briskly, on May 21, as the band played the recessional, the 127 of- ficially graduated members of the Class of 1977 walked back up the isles with diplomas and carnations, their class flower, in hand. The exercises took place in the old gym. Cindy Martin opened with the invocation. The major com- mencement address, given by Mr. Clyde Gentry, was entitled, " Be Alive Inside and Out " . Addresses were also given by Valedictorian, Mickey Strange; Salutatorian, Robin EIrod; and Honor Student, Lee Ann Morrison. The ceremony concluded with the presentation of the class and the benediction by Deanna Schuler. 1. Lee Ann Morrison receives her Na- tional Honor Society stole to wear on her robe. 2. Amy Vrooman gets a helping hand from Nancy Dale while Missy Mast watches and Trina Schuler tries to get her cap on straight. 3. Roxy Allen waits for the time the band will play as many other girls chat while awaiting the magic hour of eight. 22 Graduation tears hopes and fears 4. Audrey Plough looks like she needs some help with her cap. 5. The cap seems to be puzzling many other seniors as well. 6. Dean Davenport, James Chown- ing and some of the guys have a quick talk before getting ready. Graduation 23 But we do not fear tomorrow because Jm% 3 I 1 m 1 1 jj i )■ - -, 1. Everyone finishes getting ready for led one line while Judy Goff led the other ready to march down to their seats. the long awaited moment. 2. Kelly Dyson down. 3. The seniors file down the hall 24 Graduation We remember yesterday and love today 4. Robert Floyd, Jeff Young, and Tim Wagers have a good laugh and Lanice Sli- sher wonders what is going on behind her. 5. Beth Hall and Cindy Martin wonder if it is the time to cry yet. 6. There is a lot of talking and last minute touch ups in line while waiting. 7. Every one seems ready to get it over with. Graduation 25 Academics 2b Academics XMnabsm in the mass media moyeswhrte U m " ?SfJ?NU¥¥iir American economy fl Modern Phvsics Academics 27 before E except after C, one of many rules! If you should walk into the li- brary sometime and find it crawl- ing with kids looking for novels you ' ll know it ' s got to be book re- port time in most of the English classes. Ever walk in and find kids sobbing in the corner because they can ' t find the topic they wanted for a term paper? You ' ve probably experienced that feeling yourself if you ' ve had junior English or ad- vanced composition. Boy, what would we do without English? I know what we couldn ' t do— write this paragraph for you to read! 1 1 jF 1 ;..; 1A . .; m -. f® J 1. Miss Landes ' class discusses a story they have read. 2. English teachers: Miss Arnold, English and developmental reading; Mrs. Clark, English and journalism; Mrs. Hunt, English; Mrs. Kitt, Jr. High English, Miss Durnbaugh, English and speech. Not shown: Miss Landes 3. Mrs. Hunt and her class talk about the assigned reading book, ANIMAL FARM. 28 English X + 1=4 a ' + b ' = c ' r ' -r ' CO (0-0} = a Most people could figure out the first 2 equations without alot of trouble. The last 2 however, are a LITTLE more difficult. Thank goodness NHS has teachers like Mr. Steve Desper, Mr. Harold Christie, Mr. Ken Norman, and Miss Lucy Dundore to help the poor students decipher such problems! Among the courses they teach are: practical math, algebra 1 2, geometry, triganometry, and analytic geometry. 4. Mr- Christie shows students how to solve the Math problem. 5. Math teach- ers, first row; Mr. Christie, algebra, and general math; Miss Dundore, seventh grade math; Mr. Reahard, eighth grade math. Second row: Mr. Desper, geometry college math and algebra; Mr. Norman, eighth grade math and applied math; Department receives new books Along with the new books re- ceived this year in the science de- partment the students also re- ceived a few new smells in the halls from those great chemists trying out their new experiments. We also got some loud pops and bangs as they combined hydrogen and oxygen to form water vapor. Those industrious physics stu- dents (all five of them) were really busy learning those laws of force and movement. While the biology students were busy dissecting their frogs, worms and fetal pigs. How do they feel about getting to do this right after lunch? Fun! Fun! And we can ' t forget about all those 7 ' th and 8 ' th graders learn- ing the distance from the moon to the earth in light years and the way weatherfronts move across the country. It has been a busy year in the science department. m rflH 1 n 1 Hl H v Vj H " ! V mm 1 i 1. Mr. Walker and Carol Dunnlgan check a mixture made in Biology. 2. The science teachers Mr. Reahard, Jr. high science and physics; Mr. Denari, advanced biology; Mr. Mast, Jr. high sciences and chemistry and Mr. Walker biology. 3. Diane Swart, Patty Plant, Nancy Lane, Julie Bell dissect their frog for biology class. History busy department How many students would know EXACTLY when the War of 1812 was fought if it weren ' t for the watchful eyes of the History Dept.? Thanks to the team of Clark, Miller, Kaltenmark, Wine- gardner, and Price— the students of NHS learn exactly where their " roots " lie. Some of the classes offered are: Indiana History, U.S. History, African Studies, Values and Issues, and others. 4. Mr. Price gives one of his many gov- ernment lectures. 5. Mr. Kaltenmark helps Mark Lutz with his sociology. 6. Vern Dunphy and Pam Dilling show the 7th grade Indiana history class where In- dianapolis is. 7. The history teachers: Mr. Miller, Mr. Clark, Mr. Kaltenmark, Mr. Winegardner and Mr. Price. History 31 Special Helpers There are many special people who will ofFer their help to anyone who needs it. These people keep all of us from going completely ba- nanas! Thanks to all of them! 1. Mrs. Tomson the school nurse checks Cindy Martin ' s blood pressure. 2. Librar- ians, Mrs. VanElls and Mrs. Hollenback show off a new machine. 3. The janitors give all a helping hand to keep the school clean. 4. Miss Myer helps Vern Dunphy with his speech. 5. Mr. McCaslin and Miss Beghtel help the special education class. 6. Miss Garber and Mr. Miller help guide students down the right career path. 32 Special Helpers [d Checks Brief FormSr Margins The business department, be- lieves that business education should help students obtain eco- nomic intelligence and under- standing in all phases of their lives. The dept. tries to aid students in solving consumer-business prob- lems. The 8 courses offered are: Office Machines, Office Proce- dures, Shorthand, Typing, Ad- vanced Typing, Personal Typing, General Business and Accounting. Each year a senior is named " Outstanding Senior in Business. " This year ' s outstanding student was Tami Chamberlain. 0OOO «9OOOO 7. Mr. Smith ' s accounting class works to get their assignments done. 8. Lori Elliot types diligently to keep up with the others. 9. Business teachers Mr. Smith and Mrs. Briener. Business 33 Groups demonstrate their creativity students called upon their imaginations and creativity to complete various projects through out the year in the Art Depart- ment. Some of these projects in- cluded: tie dying, painting, weav- ing, and sculpturing. These are just a few of their various endeavors. The Music Department gained two new teachers this year. The high school and stage bands were under the direction of Mr. Mike Miller while the choirs were di- rected by Mr. William Rust. Both groups were very busy giving concerts. A new program started this year was the Band King Queen. The first students to be crowned were Caria Yentes and Mark Wagner. They received their honors at the spring concert on May 13th. Home Ec, adds new equipment This year the Home Economics Department added 3 new sewing machines and a microwave oven. The high school curriculum is: freshmen, a consumer unit and in- terpersonal relationships; soph- omores, nutrition, table service, food preparation technique, cloth- ing and textiles— with the making of a lined vest and pants or skirt. Juniors and seniors have family living and advanced clothing— with the making of a jacket or formal. Also, this year the " Bachelor Survival " class was widened to in- clude both sexes and is now called " Single Survival " . 4. Teachers, Mrs. Georgia Busch and Miss Kathy McGovern lool over clothing projects. 5. Delana Gamsby, Jane Barn- ett, and Ton! Wilson put the new micro- wave to good use. 6. Rosie Cramer and Debbie Deeter sew diligently on their cloth- ing projects. New and exciting experiences for classes New and exciting tilings liave hiappened in tine Foreign Language Dept. Our program was expanded to the junior higli level. 7tli and 8th grade students could select a 9 weel s course (Introduction to Foreign Languages) to acquaint themselves with foreign language study. This program plus the increase in enrollment prompted the hiring of a parttime teacher, Miss Susan Krom, a NHS graduate. Ten students from the French class and three chaperons spent their spring vacation in Montreal and Quebec. This was another FIRST for Northfield. Our foreign exchange program is growing also with more and more students visiting other countries. 1. Members of the group who visited Canada were bottom row; L. Bever, D. Siders, P. Plant, K. Tiede, D. Dawes. Top row; M. Carol, P. Plant, D. Swart, D. Ba- ber, N. Yentes. 2. A view of Montreal. 3. Entrance to one of the museums vis- ited by the group. 4. The group poses in front of Notre Dame Cathedral on Palm Sunday. 36 Foreign Language 5. Foreign language teacher Mr. Fus- chetto. 6. The gang had fun on a buggy ride through old Montreal. 7. . The first hospital in Montreal was also visited. 8. As was the Chateau Fronte- nac in Quebec City. 9. N. Yentes, P. Plant and D. Swart enjoyed the sight- seeing tour. Foreign Language 37 P.E. FUN When asked what their favorite classes are, many students reply " P.E. " . . . Physical Education is just as important as other classes, because it provides activity for the body which makes the blood circu- late better. The more blood that goes to your brain, the better you think . . . From Jr. high to your soph- omore year, P.E. is required. Up- perclassmen can take Advanced P.E. as an elective. Any sport you can think of is played in P.E. Dif- ferent sports range from basket- ball to archery. Any sport is good to help break up the monotony of the day. 1. The advanced boys P.E. class went bowl- ing several days. 2. The P.E. teachers: Mr. Copplerand Mrs. Honeycutt. 3. Gary Ham- mel shows the class how It is done with a strike. 38 P.E. Industrious Students The Northfield Vo-Ag Dept. built many projects during the 1976-77 school year. Beginning students learned the fundamentals through demonstrations and practical ex- perience. Each year as the student progresses, they pursue more dif- ficult assignments. Steam cleaning and spray painting farm equip- ment are prennial favorites along with the construction of picnic ta- bles and the repair and operation of small engines. 4. Vocational agriculture teachers; Mr. Harts and Mr. Steele. Industrial Arts teacher Mr. Weekley. Now shown Mr. Jackson. 5. One of Mr. Jackson ' s classes made tool boxes. «6. Bryan Frehse made this grandfather clock in industrial arts. 7. The guys work hard building wagons in vo-ag. Ag Shop 39 Vocational school proves to be worthwhile Many Northfield students attend the Upper Wabash Career Center. The Career Center offers courses which provided practical training in many areas. Some of these courses are office training, beauty culture, auto mechanics, ag. me- chanics, electronics, accounting and data processing, drafting, building trades, food service, and several others. The Career Center is attended by students from Northfield, Southwood, Wabash, North Manchester, Peru, and North Miami. Students attend their home schools for half of the day, and the Career Center the other half. A few ambitious stu- dents attend their home schools all day and enroll in a late after- noon course at the Career Center. The Career Center provides both training and valuable experience for those students wishing to learn a specific trade. 1. Tina Corn demonstrates how to shread lettuce in the commercial foods class. 2. Judy Crist, Beth Hall and Missy Bidwell work to make their customers beautiful. 3. In ag mechanics Dan Eads and John Martin learn how to fix tractors. 4. Jeff Waldon, Randy Ross and Ricky Leach are kept very busy in machine shop. 40 Vocational School 5. The computers get a work out with Iris Tackett, Diane Unger, Cindy Dyson, Jo- ene Swope, Linda Sausaman and Teresa Keppel working on them in accounta data processing and office training, b. Chuck Shafer takes a break from drafting to eye our camera. 7. Jeff Young looks busy as he runs the printing press. «8. Dick Hawkins and Chuck McColley get a car ready to be painted. 9. Kyle Steele, Todd Schnepp and Larry Leslie try to look busy in auto mechanics. Vocational School 41 Sports Cross Country led by seniors Led by three outstanding se- niors, the varsity cross country team jogged over two thousand miles during the 1976 season. Deafeating four of their Confer- ence foes, the seven Norse run- ners turned in a 6-7 record. Some of the seasons highlights were the trails of Brown County, run- ning on the new 24 bypass, bumpy rides in bus 14, morning practices (with breakfast), placing third in the Conference meet, Kevin loos- ing his shoe, and Coach Leming ' s station wagon. Dedication, desire and determination helped the Norse step up their winning pace. By the end of the season everyone had improved their times tremen- dously. Congratulations fellas on a good season. CROSS-COUNTRY 1976 (lowest score wins) opponent NHS opp Wabash 49 15 Southwood 17 38 North Miami 25 30 Tipp. Valley 31 27 Warsaw 42 19 Triton 26 29 Caston 23 32 Eastbrook 36 25 Whites 21 34 Manchester 37 24 Whitko 32 23 Hunt. Catholic 17 42 Oak Hill 33 24 N. Miami Inv. 6th Conference 3rd Norse Inv. 6th M 1. And away we go at the Norse Invitational. 2. Steve Shaufer crosses the finish line for the Norse. 3. Boy, I ' d SURE hate to see what ' s chasing them!! 44 Cross-Country «4. Presenting the Mighty Norse Cross- country Team! (front row) Cary Hammel, Mark Haupert, Kevin Kelly (back row) Da- vid Singer, Lalon Allen, Steve Shaufer, Barry Helvey, Coach Leming. «5-7. Lead- ing for the Norse are Seniors: Mark Hau- pert, Cary Hammel, and Kevin Kelly. Cross-Country 45 Football Fury The 1976-77 mighty Norse foot- ball team racked up a very impres- sive runner-up spot in the newly expanded Three Rivers Conference of 8 teams. The Norse, with two games left in the season, upset a powerful Whitko team by an out- standing team effort (19-14), which enabled us to move into runner-up position. The Norse won their second straight Homecoming by crushing Whites 33-0. The team ended the season with 7 wins and 3 losses. Way to go Norsemen! Varsity Footbal 1 Oppone nt NHS 0pp. Southwood 21 Caston 27 North White 13 6 Tippecanoe Valley 7 32 North Miami 20 Triton 32 8 Whites 33 Wabash 13 35 Whitko 19 14 Manchester 17 12 1. Coaches for the mighty football team were left to right bottom row; Joe Groover, Bill Campbell, Mark Coppler. top row: Steve Brubaker, Jim Kaltenmark, Craig Wine- Slee, K. Martlndale, C. Neal, D. Devore, G. Pownall, B. Swan, J. Waldon. Second row: M. Seals, M. Kasamis, B. Ford, T. Tully, K. Baer, D. Gillespie, T. Martindale, C. Sam- Metzger, R. Schafer, S. Gill, C. Faust. Fourth row: R. Keaffaber, N. Vrooman, R. Grey, J. France, T. Polk, M. Culver, B. Reed, J. France, R. Sesco, Coaches Bruba- gardner. =2. Norse football team; bottom pson, B. Frehse. Third row: K. Haupert, P. ker, Winegardner, and Kaltenmark. row: left to right, D. Carr, J. Johnson, J, VanBuskirk, B. Kochenour, M. Prater, M. »3. Coach Kaltenmark works with the team during the summer to get them in shape. «4. Kevm Baer punches in touchdown against Manchester. =5. Jeff France scampers for a long run against Triton. m 48 Football Norse Golfers really Beat It ' Seventh grade football bottom row left to right: D. Shelton, R. Dlllion, R. Samons, M. Sweet, J. Clay, S. Haupert, S. White, J. Krom. Second Row: B. Trump, D. Kasamis, V. Dunphy, M. Myer, D. Singer, B. Cham- berlain, S. Titus, J. Hampton, J. Richard- son. Third Row: Coach Miller, D. Olmstead, T. Dyson, T. KeafTaber, D. Wilcox, J. Clark, H. Sinclair, J. Smith, J. Gackenhimer, T. Burgess. Eighth grade football bottom row left to right: J. Chowning, R. Reahard, S. Hipsher, B. Davis, T. Shafer, V. Clay, B. Houlihan, A. Weitzel, K. Clark, S. Leisure, B. Freiden, E. Sinclair, Second Row: J. Schultz, T. Bower, S. Harris, S. Kaufman, D. Ault, D. Metzger, B. Flott, K. Dawes, S. Hipsher, R. Treska, J. Johnson, T. Denari, D. Vandermark, Coach Groover. Ninth grade football bottom row left to right: B. Eltzroth, D. Warford, R. Biehl, G. Dangerfield, D. Sparling, M. Carrol, M. Bowers, J. Mowery, M. Devore. Second Row: Coach Coppler, T. Quinn, C. Arrick, G. Trump, L. Blair, K. Dilling, D. Harrell, K. Lindzy, W. Schutiz, Coach Campbell. Northfield ' s Varsity Golf Squad ended the regular season with a 10 and 6 record. (The best in Norse Golf history.) Members of the golf squad were Curt Holmes, Phil Draper, Chris Denari, Beth Olmstead, Jeff Draper, Tony Hol- man. Brad Baber, Gary Trump, Nate Vrooman, and Dave McKenzie. The Norse, coached by Mr. Rob- ert Denari, shot the lowest team 1. Members of the Norse golf team bot- tom row left to right: Phil Draper, Nate Vrooman, Beth Olmstead, Curt Holmes, Chris Denari. Second Row: Coach Denari, Jeff Draper, Gary Trump, Brad Baber, Dave McKenzie, Tony Holman. total of any golf squad in North- field ' s history . . . 162. The golfers worked hard to strive for the best possible season, and they managed to accomplish it. End of the season awards went to Curt Holmes and Chris Denari, co-medalist; Denari, efficiency points; Phil Draper, best win-loss record; Nat Vrooman, most im- proved; and Jeff Draper, best JV win-loss record. Rugged Wrestlers on the Rampage The Norse wrestlers led by a strong group of seniors met the challenge of the new T.R.C. by capturing second in the confer- ence meet. The Norse also ad- vanced more wrestlers than ever before to the Regional: Russ Wal- don, Kelly Good, Gary Hammel, Jim Johnson and Mike Kasamis. Coach Campbell ' s team had an- other winning season although some individuals had mediocre performances in sectional and re- gional competition. The best records for the season were 20-1 Gary Hammel, and 17-2-1 Mike Kasamis. Other outstanding se- niors were Jim Johnson, Jeff Wal- don, and Kevin Kelly. The new gym area improved wrestling conditions and made the sport part of Northfield. 1. Ref gets In on close action. 2. Some twist on the shoulder might help. 3. Coach Campbell gives helpful comments. 50 Wrestling 4. lyiembers of wrestling team from left to right, 1st row: K. Haupert, A. Ross, R. Waldon. K. Good, C. Hammel, J. Johnson, J. Waldon, K. Kelly. 2nd row: L Blair, T. Polk, K. Martindale, T. Martindale, M. Ka- samis, J. France, T. McVoy. 3rd Row: Coach Deener, R. Sesco, D. Sparling, R. Engleman, R. Keaffaber, L. Rensberger, R. Grey, D. Stanley, B. Harris, P. VanBuskirk, D. Warford, Coach Campbell. =5. We ' re ready. » 6. Dan Wins!!! =: 7. A referee gets a better view of the situation. Wrestling 51 Norse Greatly Improved ! ! ! This year the varsity basl etball team started the season with ten players and concluded with only eight. However, eight seems to have been a magic number as the Norse also tallied 8 wins against 14 losses. The fact that the team won two games in overtime verifies that the guys showed determina- tion and worked hard all season. Steve Rogers accumulated the best free throw percentage for the year and Dan Eads had the best record from the floor. Center, Brett Chittick was the team ' s number one rebounder. Due to the collective group effort during the season, the assist honors were shared by Bob Swan, Lindy Linger, Dennis Schnepp, and Brett Chitt- ick. Forward Dennis Schnepp pos- sessed over half the season ' s blocked shots; two of which had a hand in the Norse ' s final triumph over Southwood. At the winter awards program Tory Tyner re- ceived the mental attitude award. Number 35, senior Chris Sampson, was voted the team ' s MVP. De- spite playing 3 games in 4 days during the last two weeks of the season, a continued team effort contributed to the players ' individ- ual achievements. Congratulations Coach and team for an encour- aging season. 1. Chris Sampson grabs the ball against the Braves to go for two points. 2. Dan Eads rushes down court to score against the Huntington North Vikings. 52 Basketball 3. Varsity Basketball team, bottom row, left to right: Dan Eads, Tory Tyner, Lindy Linger, Bob Swan, Todd Dawes, Steve Rog- ers, Chris Sampson. Top row: Coach Christie, Dennis Schnepp, Duane Wilcox, Curt Holmes, Brett Chittick, Brent Haupert, Coach Desper. 4. Junior Varsity Basket- ball team, bottom row, left to right: Scott Galley, Nathan Vrooman, Jay Beihl, Lalon Allen, Todd Dawes, Steve Shafer, Chris De- nari, Ed Fitch. Top row: Coach Desper, Jeff Draper, Mike Culver, Brent Haupert, Duane Wilcox, Curt Holmes, Jeff Warnock, Mark Lutz. 5r5. Coaches Christie and Desper give instructions during the game. Basketball 53 Freshmen basketball team, bottom row left Vore, R. Kline, J. Mowery, K. Lindzy. Top Ogan, G. Trump, K. Dllling, C. Chittick, C. to right; T. Hoppes, S. Richardson, M. De- row: manager, B. Eltzroth, D. Harrell, R. Arrick, and Coach Smith. Eighth grade basketball team, bottom row tian. Middle row; T. Shafer, S. Harris, S. Top row; Coach Walker, T. Denari, D. Ault, left to right: R. Reahard, M. Schuler, P. Hipsher, K. Dawes, T. Kline, J. Johnson. D. Metzger, S. Kaufman, R. Treska. Woodward, K. Kelly, B. Houlihan, S. Kir- Seventh grade basketball team, bottom Knoblock, L Chain, and manager, T. Bur- White, M. Sweet, 8. Chamberlain, S. Titus, row left to right; T. Vigar, B. Trump, E. gess. Top row: Coach Groover, S. Long, S. R. Samons, D. Kasamis, and J. Richardson. Gottschalk, T. Keaffaber, D. Olmstead, P. 54 Basketball Tigers champs There were 10 competing intra- mural teams this year. Sponsors were Mr. Smith and Mr. Groover. These teams were: the Tigers; % Dirty Dozen; Bruisers; Bionic Brutes; Subs; Freaks; the Delinquents; the Harvest Bunch; the Jocks; and the Super Five + 1. Each team had a great season with final standings varying from 6 wins and losses to wins and 6 losses. The top 5 scorers were: Mark Bowen, Mitch Beals, Todd Schnepp, Doug Dawes, and Terry Tully. In the tournament, the Tigers defeated the Ford ' s Freaks 57-43. The All-Star game was won by the Blue team 88-76 in overtime. The most valuable player award was given to Doug Dawes. Mark Bowen was named the gunner award winner. Intramurals teams: 4. Tigers « 5. Su- perfive +1 6. Baer ' s Bruisers 7. Har- vest Bunch 8. Judy ' s Jocks 9. Ford ' s Freaks 10 Bionic Brutes 11. Vt Dirty Dozen 12 Sweet ' s Subs Intramurals 55 Three records broken! The boys ' varsity track team en- joyed a very successful season. One of the big highlights for the year was the Oak Hill Relays in which 16 individual trophies were won. Three school records were bro- ken and one tied during the track season. Charles Faust broke the discus record. Kevin Baer, Mitch Beals, Mark Bowen, and Steve Gill established a new record in the 880 yard relay. Mark Haupert broke the mile record which had stood since 1968. Mitch Beals tied the 440 yard dash record. Most improved players for the year were shared by senior Mitch Beals and junior Charles Faust. The mile won the Event Award and the members of that group were Lalon Allen, Mark Haupert, Cary Hammel, and Kevin Kelly. M.V.P. on the 1977 track team was Mark Haupert who had an outstanding track season. Mark broke the mile record, ran all of the long distance races and relays, was a member of the winning event award, and placed third in the Rochester sec- tional and went on to the regional. The 1977 track team would like to ofFer its thanks and apprecia- tion to Mr. Coppler and Mr. Lem- ing with a special goodbye to Coach Coppler. tt 1. Mark Haupert sprints to the finish line after one of his many races. 2. Coaches Leming and Coppler watch to make sure everyone gets to his event. 3. Mark Bowen races to catch the leader in the high hurdles. »4. In the Oak Hill Relays Steve Gill, Danny Harrel, Mark Bowen, Mitch Beals, Mark Haupert, Cary Hammel, Kevin Baer, and Lalon Allen brought home 16 trophies. 56 Track — 5. Members of the track team bottom row left to right: R. Sesco, D. Singer, Mark Williams, R. KeafFaber, R. Engleman, D. Warford, S. Bowman. Second row: C. Hammel, B.Helvey, L Allen, C. Faust, D. Harrel, K. Baer, J. France, M. Beals, S. Gill. Third row: Coach Leming, C. Chittick, M. Haupert, M. Bowen, K. Haupert, M. Prater, J. Moon, T. Polk, M. Culver, B. Ko- chenour, K. Kelly, Coach Coppler, =6. Mark Haupert, Kevin Baer, Lori Frehse and Sherri Long try to clear the track for prac- tice. = 7. Steve Gill gets a good start for the Norse. Team improves greatly throughout season. The baseball team compiled a 17-13 record for the 1977 season. This was a tremendous comeback after being 5-10 after sectional action. It was a great effort from all the team especially the senior members who kept everyone up. The team finished in a tie for 2nd place in the TRC with a record of 11-3. Many of the conference wins were credited to the pitching and the improved fielding. Coach Wine- gardner feels with much hard work next year ' s team will give us something to look forward to! 1. It is a swing and a miss. 2. Lindy Unger throws a good pitch. 3. Chris Sampson hurrys to first base before he is tagged out. 4. Coach Winegardner checks home plate. 5. Chris Sampson hits the ball a good one. 58 Baseball 6. Greg Pownell warms up while Bob Swan watches. 7. Lindy Unger shows he can hit as well as pitch. 8. Baseball team members left to right row 1: Cindy White, Lori Bever, Jane Dawes, Missy Mast, Sherri Long, Sally Lane. Second row: Mark Lutz, Randy Kline, Randy Schafer, Jay Bi- ehl, Lindy Unger, Bob Swan, Jim Johnson. Third row: Coach Cambell, Jeff Warnock, Ken Lindzy, Ron Deeter, Greg Pownall, Chris Sampson, Doug Dawes, Rick Old- enkamp, Tim Lane, Rod Hegel, Coach Winegardner. Baseball 59 60 Girl ' s Sports Norse Girls GIRLS BASKETBALL SCORES are No. 1! The 1976-77 girls basketball team added two more trophies to their collection this season. They won their second straight county tourney by beating Wabash and Southwood. Defeating county rival Southwood a third time made it possible for the Norse to be crowned the 1977 Sectional Champions. The Norse girls became the first Regional Runner-up basketball team in Northfield history this year. They earned the right to hold this title by downing Ft. Wayne Elmhearst in the Huntington North Regional. The Norse lost the final game to a fine Norwell team, who later advanced to State competition. The Dynamic Due (Deb Siders and Tracy Johnson) led the Norse team In scoring. Jame Dawes led the rebounders. Jane Rice and Jeanne Draper completed the starting line-up, while a strong bench consisting of Roxy Allen, Tina Rogers, and Cyndi Gillespie pulled the Norse through on sev- eral occasions. Members who dou- bled as JV and varsity players were Chris Kasamis, Tammy Dee- ter, Marcia Daughtery. The varsity team ended with a fine 14-2 record. 1. Girls Basketball Champs from left to right, 1st row: Lori Bever, Coach Honey- cutt, Coach Dundore, Lori Frehse. 2nd row: Mr. Griffith, Debbie Siders, Chris Kasamis, Tammy Deeter, Tina Rogers, Cyndie Gil- lespie, Jane Rice, Jane Dawes, Marcia Daughtery, Jeanne Draper, Tracy Johnson, Roxy Allen, Mr. Neal. 2. J.V. Girls Bas- ketball Team from left to right, 1st row: Mickey Losher, Chris Kasamis, Tammy Deeter, Susan Rice, Nancy Lane. 2nd row: Leslie Driscoll, Cyndie Gillespie, Susan Schenkel, Marcia Daughtery, Vanessa Pra- ter, Coach Dundore. Varsity Junior Varsity opp. we opp. we Whitko 30 71 Whitko 28 22 Mississinewa 48 58 Mississinewa 20 23 North Miami 31 82 North Miami 8 41 Huntington Catholic 45 68 Huntington Catholic 11 30 Tippecanoe Valley 69 67 Whites 6 30 Southwood 57 62 Tippecanoe Valley 14 16 Huntington North 45 77 Southwood Huntington North 11 23 35 19 Manchester Wabash Southwood Wabash Southwood REGIONAL 69 Elmhurst 31 58 Norwell 76 COUNTY TOURNEY Girl ' s Sports 61 County Champs The 1976 volleyball team, coached by Mrs. Honeycutt, had a 11-5 varsity record and 3-7 J.V. record during the season. Like the men, the women can do it too— and they did. The Norse girls added another trophy to the trophy case by winning the county tourney. They played each of the county teams and won every game. Then, the girls went on to the sectional and lost, the final game, in a very close race. When Coach Honeycutt was asked what she thought of the season and their victories, she re- plied, " This has been the best vol- leyball team Northfield has ever had, and we ' re losing valuable se- niors, but they will be replaced by future sophomores and freshmen coming up. " Tammy Deeter goes up for a hit while Chris Kasamis watches. 2. Tammy Eilts sets up a hit for Robin Southworth. 3. Junior Varsity volleyball team members, bottom row left to right: Chris Kasamis, Tina Rog- ers, Nancy Lane, Susan Rice. Top row: Coach Honeycutt, Lori Frehse, Sally Lane, Jenny Deeter, Leslie Driscoll, Tammy Dee- ter, Julie Stein. 4. The Varsity team tries to get the ball to the other side. 5. Var- sity volleyball team members bottom row left to right: Tracy Johnson, Tammy Eilts, Roxy Allen, Debbie Siders, Teresa Joy. Top row: Coach Honeycutt, manager, Lori Frehse, Jane Dawes, Jane Rice, Sherri Long, Jeanne Draper, manager Julie Stein. 62 Volleyball County Champs in all three Sports Counth Champions was the title won by the 1977 Norse girls. Those girls leading the way in this years winning season along with the hard work of the rest of the team were: Tracy Johnson, Chosen M.V.P. with 110 points for the season plus a new girls record in the shot put with a toss of 35 ' 1 " . Tammy Deeter also set two new school records. In the 440 yard dash with a time of 61.0 and the 220 yard dash with a time of 28.0. Girls that qualified for sectional were: Debbie Siders, Tammy Dee- ter, Lori Frehse, Chris Kasamis, Tracy Johnson and Tina Rogers. Tracy and Tammy went on to re- gional. The team is looking for- ward to an even stronger season next year. 6. Debbie Siders races to the finish line. 7. Lori Frehse looks as though she is in agony while she long-jumps. 8. Members of the track team are, bottom row left to right: Kathy Brodbeck, Marcia Daughterey, Debbie Siders, Chris Kasamis, Tina Rogers, Lori Frehse, Susan Rice. Top row: Beth Schnepp, Tammy Deeter, Tracy Johnson, Jeanne Draper, Leslie Dnscoll, Jane Dawes, Lisa Beals, Sally Kline, Missy Mast, Coach Honeycutt. « r, high girls have new interest in sports This year ' s Jr. High girls sports teams had a successful season. Coached by Mrs. Briener the girls seventh grade basketball and vol- leyball teams fought and won many a victory. Miss Dundore led the eighth grade girls basketball and volleyball teams to a great year. Mr. Walker paced the com- bined girls and boys track team to a good season. 1. Seventh grade volleyball team, bottom row left to right: Tammy Thompson, Beth Treska, Debbie Shear, Dawn Weisman. Second row: Manager, Lisa Kitchen, Mary Kay Wright, Lori Rice, Susan Pefley, Gwen Shepheard, Kim Daniels, Coach Briener. 2. Eighth grade volleyball team bottom row, left to right: Daria Carr, Diane Nor- wood, Maria Carr, Linda Kitchen, Tara Lin- dsy. Top row: Coach Dundore, Teresa Frehse, Julie Renbarger, Karen Eilts, Betsy Deeter, Kathy Deeter. 64 Jr. high girls sports 3. Seventh grade basketball team, bot- tom row left to right: Dawn Weisman, Beth Squires, Tammy Thompson, Debbie Shear, Beth Treska, Teresa Hoover, Mary Kay Wright, Top row: Chris Reed, Lori Rice, Su- san Pefley, Jane Barnett, Pam Dilling, Cindy Stanley, Kim Daniels, Coach Briener. 4. Eighth grade basketball team, bottom row left to right: Diane Norwood, Daria Carr, Lisa Allen, Linda Kitchen, Dixie Hoo- ver, Cindy Long, Teresa Frehse, Maria Carr, Top row: Lynn Gutrick, Amy McKillip, Karen Eilts, Julie Renbarger, Betsy Deeter, Nancy Yentes, Lisa Sesco, Jeanne Draper, Kathy Deeter, Coach Dundore. 5. Jr. High track bottom row left to right: Julie Renbarger, Betsy Deeter, Kathy Deeter, Julie Rees, Kelly Bricker, Mike Busch, Pat Knoblock, Scott Harris, Bill Miller, Tom Denari, Jamie Krom. Second row: Karen Eilts, Mary Tucker, Kim Smith, Sandy Faust, Ken Dawes, Steve Schafer, John Johnson, Dan Vandermark, David Olms- tead, Dan Metzger. Third row: Coach Walker, Kim Daniels, Teresa Collins, Linda Kitchen, Laurie Rice, Debbie Shear, Dixie Hoover, Jeff Lawrence, Bob Flott, Todd Keaffaber, Doug Kasamis, Robby Samons, Eddie Miller, Kyle Kelly, Tim Vigar, Mike Sweet, Scott Titus, Coach Brubaker. Jr. high girls sports 65 Organizations 66 Organizations Organizations 67 Student Council visits otiter scfiools The 1976-77 officers for student Homecoming Dance. They also had members participated in the " Ride council were: Bob Treska, presi- dent; Jenny Deeter, vice-presi- dent; Lori Bever, secretary; and Missy Mast, treasurer. This year ' s student council sponsored the student exchanges with South- wood, Huntington North, and North Miami. Some of the fresh- men student council members ex- changed with Wabash. A few A Bike For The Retarded. " The student council organized the Fall Carnival. During the basketball season the student council oper- ated the coat check. 1. student council members, bottom row left to right: Mr. Miller, Deanna Schuler, Cindy Dyson, Cindy Sinclair, Robin EIrod, Jane Dawes, Missy Mast, Miss Garber. Second row: Debbie Winter, Kelly Dyson, Kathy Brodbeck, Jenny Deeter, Debbie Siders, Lori Bever. Third row: Craig Allman, Duane Wilcox, Todd Dawes, Doug Sweet, Diane Swart, Cambi Rensberger, Tammy Deeter. Fourth row: Tony Keffaber, Ken Dawes, Laurie Rice, Lori Sweet, Betsy Deeter. 68 Student Council Honor Society inducts 22 The National Honor Society in- ducted 10 new senior members and 12 new junior members Octo- ber 22, 1976. To be eligible for the honor a junior is required to have at least a 9.0 grade point average and the senior must have at least an 8.0 grade point average. A list of students meeting these require- ments is submitted to the teachers to vote upon. Their choices are based on the qualities of charac- ter, leadership and service. A tea for all members and their parents followed the induction at 3:00 p.m. in the library. Parents, teachers, and students chatted while enjoy- ing punch and cookies provided by all the old members of the society. The National Honor Society planned a field trip to Taylor Uni- versity as one of their activities. They also sold popcorn at the an- nual school Carnival as a money making project. The officers of the Society in- clude: Mickey Strange (pres.), Debbie Warnock (vice-pres.), Lee Ann Morrison (sect.) and Scott Dawes (trea.). 2. National Honor Society installation of new members was held in October. 3. National Honor Society members bottom row left to right: Iris Tackett, Cindy Martin, Cindy Sinclair, Debbie Warnock, Robin El- rod, Tammy Harrington, Linda Sausaman, Deanna Schuler, Audrey Plough, Mrs. Brei- ner. Second row: Missy Alexander, Gina Wilson, Kelly Dyson, Kathy Brodbeck, Jenny Deeter, Jane Dawes, Tami Chamber- lain, Lanice Slisher, Teresa Rice, Lee Ann Morrison, Yvonne Gysi. Third row: Sally Kline, Judy GofT, Diane Stein, Katrina Dil- ling. Brad Baber, Lori Bever. Fourth row: Mickey Strange, Dan Kaufman, James Chowning, Jay Busch, Allen Miracle, Mike Kasamis, Steve Rogers, Scott Dawes, Doug Dawes, Mitch Beals. National Honor Society 69 = 1. Dawn Baber, Debbie Warnock, and Lee Ann Morrison as three mad women from the Madwoman of Chaillot. 2. Drama club members, from left to right: Row 1, Miss Durnbaugh, Modena Kisner, Lee Ann Morrison, Audrey Plough, Beth Olmstead, Debbie Warnock, Mona Rea- hard, Yvonne Gysi, Tammy Harrmgton, Robbie Keaffaber, Rick Sesco, Larry Gas- ton. Row 2: Mike Skaggs, Deanna Schuler Cindy Sinclair, Tami Chamberlain, Teresa Keppel, Cindy Martm, Diane Unger, Iris Tackett, Ray Weaver, Brad Baber, Cindy White, Cheri Hicks, Rod Hegel, Robin El- rod. Row 3: Dan Kaufman, Mickey Strange, Teresa Rice, Lisa Hoover, Kelly Dyson, Kathy Brodbeck, Lori Bever, Polly Plant, Lynne Pefley, Debbie Siders, Beth Schnepp, Diane Stein, Teri Conrad, Trina ' Oliver " captures the hearts of all Schuler. Row 4: Cary Hammel, Ten Blanke, Sheila Wilson, Debbie Deeter, Rhonda Mowery, Lisa Beals, Tami Lawrence, Karen Hentgen, Anne Risher, Chris Carpenter, Jill Slee, Caria Yentes, Tracy Johnson, Lori Knee. Row 5: James Chowning, Allen Mir- acle, Terry Skaggs, Tami Gardner, Teresa Driscoll, Cyndi Gillespie, Faith Williams, Bob Baker, Cindy Hobbs, Lolita Mclntire, Dave McKenzie, Carol Bohnoff, Jenny Dee- ter, Wendy Holman. The NHS Drama club began an- other active year with election of officers for 1976-77. They are as follows: President, Debbie Warn- ock; Vice-president, Ji.Ti Johnson; Secretary, Lee Ann Morrison; Treasurer, Cindy Martin. The fall production was a new endeavor in drama as " The Mad- woman of Chaillot " came to the stage. This was the tale of one woman ' s plan to rid the world of evil. And the special event— the spring musical was well-received as the touching story of a small boy ' s search for love came to life in " Oliver. " This plan also served as a program builder for the club as several junior high students were given the opportunity to participate. ' Best cause they vsfant to be ' The Norse Mighty Mouths were determined to win this year and by looking at the speech trophy case— you can see just HOW de- termined! Very! The team placed among the top five schools at nearly every meet. The team ' s motto; " Best Cause They Want To Be, " got everybody phyched up for the sectional meet (which was held here!) Eleven members placed and won the right to go to regionals at Columbia City. From there, three traveled to the state meet at Indianapolis. (That is a NHS record!) Great job folks! 3. L. Morrison, I. Tackett, J. Chowning, Gina Wilson went to state speech contest. 4. Beth Squires won first place in Ora- torical contest, b. The Mighty Mouths bottom row left to right, Miss Durnbaugh, L. Morrison, G. Wilson, D. Warnock, Y. Gysi, J. Chowning. Second row: R. Crum- rine, S. Wilson, I. Tackett, B. Baber, R. Weaver. Third row: K. Dyson, K. Brodbeck, L. Beaver, L. Pefiey. Fourth row: S. Galley, D. McKenzie, D. Hipsher. Fifth row: M. Skaggs, D. Stein. Sixth row: R. Keaffaber. it 6. Beth Olmstead posts judges scores during the sectional hosted at N.H.S. =7, The regional speech team consisted of first row: L. Morrison, Coach Miss D., L. Pefiey. Second row: S. Wilson, 1. Tackett, J. Chowning. Third row: Y. Gysi, G. Wilson. Fourth row: M. Skaggs, B. Baber. Speech 71 N-Crowd Theme This year ' s " Shield " was made possible by a hard working staff. Although, a large majority of the work was done by a small group, the results were exceptional. The staff, lead by co-editors Cindy Sin- clair and Cindy Martin and assis- tant editor Deb Warnock, tri- umphantly conquered the usual last minute struggles to meet each of the four deadlines. Everyone who actually was involved with the book breathed a sigh of relief when the last part of the fifteenth volume was mailed to the company in late June. 1. Mrs. Kitt, Cindy Sinclair, Debbie Warnock, and Cindy Martin worl to meet their next deadline. Ej B i w B •- L H p® ' 1 L K: Jh 2. Shield staff from left to right. Row 1: Trina Schuler, Wendy Holman, Robin Southwcrth, Nancy Dale, Cindy Martin, Cindy Sinclair, Debbie Warnock, Iris Tack- ett, Beth Olmstead, Robin EIrod, Sheryl George, Tami Conrad, Mrs. Kitt. Row 2; Ray Weaver, Tammy Chamberlain, Lori Knee, Missy Mast, Jane Dawes, Diane Unger, Teresa Keppel, Teresa Joy, Modena Kisner, Mona Reahard, Lolita Mclntlre. Row 3: Julie Renbarger, Lisa Sesco, Karen Eilts, Lori Sweet, Lori Beals, Katherin Tiede, Mickey Losher, Michelle Lucus. Row 4: Jane Rice, Tammy Eilts, Kathy Rice, Judy Goff, Tami Yentes, Anne Risher, Tammy Lawerence, Lisa Beals, Sherri Weesner, Carol Bohnhoff, Jenny Deeter. Row 5: Beth Squires, Bob Baker, Lynn Pef- ley, Debbie Siders, Susan Joy, Valerie Lyons, Cheryl Hoffman, Cheryl Hollenback, Beth Schnepp, Lori Bever, Lori Niccum, Polly Plant. Row 6: Lori Hipsher, Vanessa Prater, James Chowning, Rod Hegel, Man- dor Prater, Dan Hipsher, Terry Staggs, Dawn Weisman, Lisa Brodbeck. Ctass Reports the News The Journalism class had an- other successful year producing a fine school paper, The North Star. The staff led by Tammy Eilts, edi- tor, and Mike Skaggs, assistant editor, put together a factual and informational piece of media that was enjoyed by the entire student body. The staff should be com- mended for their hard work and time they put into their great task. Next year ' s editor will be Jenny Deeter and assistant editor, Lynne Pefley. 1. Members of the North Star staff are busy putting together the next big issue of the newspaper. 2. North Star staff mem- bers from left to right. Row 1: Lisa Brod- beck, Kathy Day, Wendy Holman, Lori Knee, Tammy Eilts, Jenny Deeter, Jane Rice. Row 2; Trina Schuler, Marti Long, Missy Mast, Cheryl Hoffman, Chris Cammack, Robin El- rod. Row 3: Lisa Allen, Julie Rees, Debbie Warnock, Robin Southworth, Faith Wil- liams, Mike Staggs, Gina Wilson, Cindy Hobbs, Ann Breedlove, Tammy Deeter, Val- erie Lyons, Jenny Stouffer, James Chown- ing, Cary Hammel, Lolita Mclntire, Jane Dawes, Kent Cammack, Roxy Allen, Lynne Pefley. North Star 73 Historians and Atiiletes Ail at i l,H,S, The Nu Chi Sigma, alias the Northfield High School History Club, held its first meeting Sep- tember 28 at which the members elected Mike Kasamis as Presi- dent, Debbie Winters as Vice- President, Sherri Long as Secre- tary, and Cheri Hicks as Corre- sponding Secretary. The purpose of the club is to nurture under- standing and interest in our local, state, and national heritage. Among the club ' s activities this year was a trip to " Old Fort Wayne, " the reconstruction of the American fort constricted by Gen- eral Anthony Wayne in 1794. The N-Club is for any student who receives a varsity letter in any sport. Mr. Christie was the sponsor for this club. The club is mainly a honor organization. 1. History Club members from left to right, 1st row: Teresa Joy, Teresa Keppel, Modena Kisner, Jenny Stouffer, Sherri Hollenback, Teresa Driscoll, Cheri Hicks, Marty Long, Becky Cartwright, T.L. McKinley, Linda Tully. 2nd row; Cindy Martin, Tami Chamberlain, Lanice Slisher, Deanna Schuler, Iris Tackett, Debbie Win- ters, Lisa Hoover, Sherri Long, Brenda Daniel, Tammy Harrington. 3rd row; Deb- bie Warnock, Mike Metzger, Rex Gross- man, Rod Hegel, Trina Schuler, Lori Knee, Jane Dawes, Missy Mast. 4th row: Ray Weaver, Mike Culver, Kent Martindale, Terry Staggs, Kent Cammack, Steve Rog- ers, Doug Dawes, Rob Tarter, Allen Mir- acle, it 2. The N-Club members from left to right, 1st row; Ron Deeter, Tom Martin- dale, Mike Kasamis, Kent Martindale, Greg Pownall, Mitch Beals, Chris Sampson, Gary Hammel, Dan Gillespie, Jeff Waldon. 2nd row; Mike Metzger, Lindy Unger, Robbie Keaffaber, Chris Denari, Mike Culver, Brian Ford, Dan Carr, Dan Eads, Mark Bowen, 3rd row: Mr. Winegardner, Jane Dawes, Debbie Siders, Lori Bever, Tracy Johnson, Jane Rice, Sherrie Long, Cheryl Yocum, Beth Schnepp, Mark Haupert. 4th row; Lon Frehse, T.L. McKinley, Becky Car- twright, Missy Mast, Roxy Allen, Sally Lane, Cyndi Gillespi. 74 History and N-Club Foreign Language Club members from left to right, 1st row: Dawn Edwards, Teresa Joy, Modena Kisner, Wanda Wilson, Tammy Harrington, Jenny Deeter, Yvonne Gysi, Sherri Hollenback, Debbie Winters, Lisa Hoover, Marty Long, Mr. Fuschetto. 2nd row: Miss Krom, Debbie Warnocl , Cindy Martin, Cindy Sinclair, Lee Ann Mor- rison, Teresa Rice, Audrey Plough, Lori Knee, Wendy Holman, Trma Schuler, Brenda Collins. 3rd row: Beth Olmstead, Gina Wilson, Teri Conrad, Judy Goff, Tami Conrad, Tammy Deeter, Chris Kasamis, Terri Blanke, Tuesday Dyson, Brenda Dan- iel. 4th row: Ken Clupper, Scott Galley, Debbie Siders, Lori Bever, Polly Plant, Linda Tully, Cheri Hicks, Cindy White, Kathy Brodbeck, Kelly Dyson. 5th row: Mander Prater, Jay Busch, Dan Hipsher, Chris Denari, Brad Baber, Tim Wohlford, Tammy Lawrence, Lisa Beals, Sheila Wil- son, Tammy Yentes, Jill Slee, Chris Carpenter. French Spanish Groups Have Good Time The 1976-77 officers for the Foreign Language Club were: Brad Baber, President; Kathy Brod- beck, Vice-President; Deb Winters, Secretary; and Chris Kasamis, Treasurer. The club held two parties during the year. One was a Christmas party which was held to get every- one into the spirit of the season. Early in May the group had an in- ternational supper. That evening slides were shown of the French classes ' trip to Canada. Mr. Fus- chetto also initiated the new mem- bers into the Spanish and French Honor Societies. Foreign Language Club 75 Tri-Hi-Y Sponsored Christmas Dance The Tri-Hi-Y, which is a Chris- tian Girls Organization, sponsored this year ' s Christmas Dance. The River Band played for the well at- tended dance. The organization, as their good-will project, donated money to a family in our area. The officers were Cindy Dyson (Pres.); Mrs. Hunt (Sponsor), Beth Olmstead (V. Pres.), Beth Schnepp (Treas.), Kelly Dyson (Chaplain), Wanda Wilson (Seer.), i.isa Beals (Historian). 1. Tri-Hi-Y officers Cindy Dyson, IVIrs. Hunt, Beth Olmstead, Beth Schnepp, Kelly Dyson, Wanda Wilson, Lisa Beals. 2. Row 1: J. Swope, C. Martin, C. Dyson, C. Sinclair, B. Olmstead, R. EIrod, C. Yentes, T. Harrington, L Knee, M. Mast, R. Allen, W. Holman, R. Southworth. Row 2: C. Hobbs, K. Glassburn, D. Schuler, T. Cham- berlain, T. Keppel, D. Unger, I. Tackett, L. Sausaman, A. Vrooman, J. Dawes, N. Dale, T. Schuler. Row 3: J. Stouffer, L. Slisher, S. Vandermark, C. Yocum, J. Rice, T. Eilts, S. Long, L. Hoover, C. Reed, L. Niccum, P. Plant, T. Johnson, D. Siders. Row 4: L. Be- ver, L Pefley, S. Joy, V. Lyons, L. Frehse, B. Schnepp, J. Deeter, K. Dilling, T. Rea- hard, T. Driscoll, T. Conrad, K. Dyson, K. Brodbeck. Row 5: L Beals, R. Mowery, T. Blanke, C. Kasamis, L. Wright, D. Deeter, T. Dyson, S. Wilson, D. Stein, C. Hicks, D. Winters, M. Working. Row 6: P. Hall, B. Benson, C. White, S. Lane, M. McKinley, C. Carpenter, T. Rogers, T. Yentes, R. Kramer, K. Hentgen, C. Huffman, M. Long. Row 7: B. Daniels, J. Slee, A. Risher, T. Lawrence, R. Crumrine, M. Reahard, Y. Gysi, W. Wil- son, L. Morrison, D. Warnock. Row 8: C. Palmer, T. Helvey, T. Bower, L. Wilhelm, D. Blanton, L Young, M. Daughterey, S. Weesner, R. Chamberlain, T. Joy, M. Kis- ner, C. Bohnoff. 76 Tri-Hi-Y The club had a successful sales campaign with their B icentennial cookbooks and were readily ac- cepted with their Christmas gifts for the janitors and one of the county ' s needy families. Later in the year the Club par- ticipated In the Student Council Carnival with a baked goods booth. During the second semester FHA along with the FFA, enjoyed the annual Farmer ' s Dance. The FHA Busy! ! girls also ventured on an exciting field trip to Muncie during spring vacation. The Seniors were hon- ored and Incoming officers were installed at a Parents ' Night sup- per in May. It was a well rounded year and best of luck to the 1977- 78 club. 1976-77 proved to be a very ac- tive year for the Northfield Chap- ter of the Future Homemakers of America. With a creative and energetic panel of officers the club averaged about two special activi- ties per month. Heading the team of officers was Robin EIrod (Presi- dent), with great work and assis- tance from her officers; Debbie Warnock (Vice-president), Iris Tackett (Project Chairman), Cindy Sinclair (Secretary), Tammy Eilts (Treasurer), Lori Niccum (Recrea- tion Leader), and Missy Alexander (Reporter). ■ Hi != P E L II IP H Bvl fa M L %. ' 1 A = P :flL J B w% T L. " H w V 9 ' ., V P fI H B Bif Ry BC •( » pl vSRjjl ] ly .,f • _ 1 3. FHA members bottom row left to right: Mrs. Busch, L. Mclntire, I. Tackett, C. Sinclair, R. EIrod, D. Warnock, T. Har- rington, T. Keppel, T. Eilts. Second row: L. Reed, L Niccum, T. Dangerfield, K. Dilling, T. Reahard, T. Conrad, L. Hoover, P. Hall, B. Benson, M. Alexander. Third row: C. George, T. Conrad, R. Mowery, L. Beals, D. Deeter, L Wright, S. Wilson, T. Blanke, T. Yentes, K. Hentgen. Fourth row: S. Dutton, C. Alexander, L Enser, V. Prater, R. Pat- ton, M. Ferrie, R. Ford, A. Good. =4. FHA officers bottom row, left to right: Cindy Sinclair, Robin EIrod, Mrs. Busch, Debbie Warnock, Missy Alexander. Second row: Lori Niccum, Iris Tackett, Tammy Eilts. " Farm Out " This year the FFA membership totaled 98. This was the 3rd larg- est in the state of Indiana. Lead- ing the chapter were Scott Dawes, President; Ron Deeter, Vice-Presi- dent; Robin Southworth, Secre- tary; Bill Simpson, Treasurer; Frank Driscoll, Reporter; Dan Carr, Sentinel. Highlights of the year were the livestock, poultry and crops team placing in the top 10 in the state contest in June, and the point awards camping trip to Cedar Point was a big success. 1, These FFAers spoke out at the district lead- ership contest and won: Kent Dilling, Freshmen Pub- lic Speaking, Duane Wilcox, Essay Contest; Todd Dawes, Impromptu Speaking. 2 Members of the FFA, bottom row, left to right: Mr Harts, T Schuler, M Wagner, R Southworth, B Simpson, S- Dawes, R. Deeter, D Deeter, D Dawes, J, Slee, D Kelly, Mr. Steele Row 2: J Carpenter, C DeVore, B Baker, R. Tarter, C Schafer, M Beals, B. Ford, M Kisner, C. Yocum, J Stouffer Row 3: T Neal, T Staggs, T Burnworth, R Grossman, M Metzger, T. Dawes, S Strange, T McVoy, R Stouffer, T. Shoemaker, M Lundquist, R Mounce, T. Hewitt, B Harris, T. Krom, M Daughtery. Row 4: K Gauchi, R. Carver, R. Knotts, D Corn, R Bowers, M OeVore, R Biehl, D Leslie, B Baker, M. Baker Row 5: M Watts, B. Eltz- roth, M, Hoover, R Ogan, T Hoppes, K Dilling, S. Richardson, M Schuler, M. Clark, M Phillips. «3 Ron Deeter and Dan Bads have been awarded the Hoosier Farmer Degree for 1977. Only 2% of the state ' s 11,000 members are eligible. 4, Pictured are the 1977 County Crops Champions: Bill Simpson, Rex Grossman, Coach Harts, Darreld Stanley, and Frank Driscoll 5. The soils judging team won the county and participated in the district. In the front row: Bill Simpson, Rex Grossman, Ron Deeter, Coach Steele. Back: Darreld Stanley, Terry Staggs and Bill Simpson. Fellowship of Christian Athletes This year ' s F.C.A. participated in a variety of activities. In November they had a hayride and a food drive for families around the area. In December the group sold Christmas trees to raise money. During March several members attended the county meeting at Southwood. On May 4th the group hosted a county meeting. The officers of the club were Chris Sampson, Captain; Mike Cul- ve r, Co-Captain; in the huddle- Missy Mast, Captain; Jenny Dee- ter, Co-Captain; Sherri Long, Sec- retary; and Lori Frehse, Treasurer. 6. F.C.A. members from left to right, 1st row: Mike Kasamis, Doug Dawes, Ron Dee- ter, Tom Marti ndale, Kent Martindale, Greg Pownall, Chris Sampson, Mike Culver, Rick Sesco. 2nd row: Lori Frehse, Cindy White, Sally Lane, Becky Cartwright, Sherri Long, Cheryl Yocum, Lori Bever. 3rd row: Jenny Deeter, Chris Kasamis, Debbie Siders, Missy Mast, Tracy Johnson, Jane Rice, Cyndie Gillespie. FCA 79 No fieldtrip this year but club sponsored a The Math and Science Club par- ticipated in many projects this year. Among these were having a booth at the Carnival and a field trip to Indianapolis In May. The of- Carnival booth ficers for 1976-77 were Mike Ka- samis, president; Lee Ann Morri- son, secretary; Debbie Warnock, vice-president; and Roxy Allen, treasurer. 1. Math and Science Club members bottom row left to right: Teresa Joy, Te- resa Keppel, Modena Kisner, Diane Linger, Iris Tackett, Lee Ann Morrison, Teresa Rice, Deanna Schuler, Jenny Deeter, Audrey Plough, Mr. Reahard. Second row: Debbie Warnock, Cindy Martin, Cindy Sin- clair, Tami Chamberlain, Nancy Dale, Roxy 1 Allen, Trina Schuler, Jane Dawes, Missy Mast, Lori Knee, Wendy Holman, Amy Vrooman, Mitch Beals. Third row: Mike Kasamis, Chris Cammack, Brad Saber, Judy Goff, Beth Olmstead, Kent Cammack, Doug Dawes, Steve Rogers, Greg Pownell, Kent Martindale, Tom Martindale. Fourth row: Mike Metzger, Mike Culver, Rex Grossman, Frank Tiede, Mark Lutz, Todd Dawes, Tory Tyner, Craig Allman, Troy O ' dell, Jame Goflf, Mander Prater. Fifth row: Jay Busch, Rod Hegel, Scott Galley, Robbie KeafTaber, Duane Wilcox, Chris De- nari. Ken Clupper, David McKenzie, Jeff DeArman. 80 Math and Science Club Exploratory teachers teach well This year Chris Sampson and Diane Unger took on the job of becoming exploratory teachers. Diane Unger spent the third nine weeks helping Miss Bechtol at Northfield, and the fourth nine weeks at Metro North helping Mr. Deener. Diane found this teaching experience her answer to becom- ing a helper of the handicapped children. Chris Sampson spent time at Metro North, Lagro, and South- wood, but the main part of the se- mester at Urbana. He worked un- der Steve Brubaker and worked with the fifth and sixth graders. Chris likes the elementary level of teaching and plans to continue with this field in the future. This year the exploratory pro- gram helped the two seniors to better their goals in life and helped them to plan their future. In the years to come it will help many more. • Diane Unger and Chris Sampson had fun teaching. Exploratory teachers 81 Bulletin boards painted pretty For the 1976-77 school year the Art Club painted bulletinboards to correspond to the classes that were taught in that room. The boards were painted in Mrs. Kitt ' s, Miss Landis ' s, Mr. Price ' s, the art room, the halls and the weight lift- ing room. Besides that the art club went to view the art exhibit at Honey- well ' s and then to the Salamonie for an outing. The officers for the club were Chuck Schafer, presi- dent; Bob Treska, vice-president; Lisa Kitchen, secretary; Deb Blan- ton, treasurer and Lori Hipsher, representative. 1. Jeri Young and Ed Norman displayed some of their art work at the art exhibit at Honeywell ' s. The painting on the left was done by Jeri while Ed did the sculpture, ce- ramic bowl, and painting on the right. = 2. Bottom row left to right: C. Schafer, B. Treska, D. Blanton, L. Hipsher. Second row: T. Dangerfield, M. Kisner, M. Lucas, K. McKee, L. Elliott, D. Hively. Third row: R. Monce, M. Myers, S. Dutton, V. Lyons, S. Lane, A. Gill. Fourth row: M. Wagner, T. Staggs, R. Patton, E. Norman. Hard working students This year ' s Library Club was composed of ten hard-working students— seniors Dan Kaufman (President), Teresa Rice (Vice President); juniors, Missy Alexan- der, Cheryol Hollenback (Secre- tary-Treasurer), Mander Prater (Reporter), Barb Crist, and Nancy Eltzroth; sophomore Jeff Gregg, and freshmen, Linda DeTurk and Rick Ogan. The activities of the club in- cluded a Christmas party and a spring dinner at the Country Club. Librarian Lois Van Ells and library aide. Colleen Hollenback chap- eroned the club ' s activities. 3. Missy Alexander is busy cleaning the shelves of books. »4. Members of the li- brary club are: seated left to right, M. Pra- ter, C. Hollenback, D. Kaufman, T. Rice, Mrs. Van Ells. Standing, B. Crist, M. Alex- ander, L. DeTurk, N. Eltzroth, R. Ogan, Mrs. Hollenback, B. Squires, J. Gregg. Library Club 83 Opportunities For T je Future There are three clubs at the vo- cational school in which students may join. They are DECA (Dis- tributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica), OEA (Office Education Asso- ciation), and VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America). Each organization has participated in contests, fund raising projects, and field trips concerning their various fields of study. These orga- nizations attempt to add to the well roundedness of each students personality. VICA members from left to right. 1. Bot- tom row: Jeri Young, Beth Hall, Susie Sanders, Cheryl Hampton, Tina Corn. Middle: Diana Stein, Barb Crist, Bonnie Burnsworth, Missy Bidwell. Top row: Brian Eltzroth, Rick Leach, Chuck McColley, Dale Barlow. OEA members, 2. Bottom row: Jolene Swope, Linda Sausaman, Amy Vrooman, Nancy Dale, Cindy Dyson. Top row: Diane Unger, Iris Tackett, Teresa Kep- pel, Tammy Chamberlain, Sharon Van- dermark. DECA members, 3. Bottom row: Doug Schuster, Kevin Baer, Dave De- Vore. Top row; Greg Bell, John Carpenter, Karen Glassburn. 84 Vocational Clubs Norse Girls Cheer Tm On To Victory This year ' s cheerblock added the most pep and spirit the school has seen for quite some time. Yells, chants, and songs backing the Norsemen could be heard throughout the school year. Dur- ing the Boys ' Sectional they deco- rated Victory Lane and the trophy case with blue and white stream- ers and signs. The cheerblock ordered new shirts which were royal blue on one side and grey on the other. The Seniors wore their cords with matching royal blue turtle-neck body suits. The officers for this year were Roxy Allen (President), Tracy Johnson (Vice-President), Renee Chamberlain (Secretary- Treasurer). Cheerblock members from left to right, Cheerleaders; Polly Plant, Caria Boyer, Sherri Long, Missy Mast, Amy Vrooman, Linda Sausaman, Cherl Yocum, Teresa Baer, Rosie Kramer. 1st row: Teresa Joy, Modena Kisner, Sharon Vandermark, Yvonne Gysl, Lee Ann Morrison, Cindy Martin, Jane Dawes, Lorl Knee, Wendy Holman, Trina Schuler, Roxy Allen. 2nd row: Katrina Dilling, Iris Tackett, Tami Chamberlain, Karen Glassburn, Lanice Sli- sher, Debbie Warnock, Deanna Schuler, Nancy Dale, Lolita Mclntire, Lynne Pefley, Lori Bever. 3rd row: Beth Schnepp, Jenny Deeter, Beth Olmstead, Susan Joy, Valerie Lyons, Cheryl Hollenback, Cheryl Hoffman, Debbie Siders, Lori Frehse, Cindy White, Sally Lane. 4th row: Tracy Bower, CarIa Yentes, Chris Kasamis, Lori Wright, Marty Long, Teresa Driscoll, Cheri Hicks, Kelly Dyson, Kathy Brodbeck, Gay Faust, Rita Arrick. 5th row: Becky Joy, Lisa Wilhelm, Ann Risher, Susan Rice, Dawn Baber, Sherry Weesner, Renee Chamberlain, Renee Crumrine, Leslie Driscoll, Patty Plant, Nora Yentes. 6th row: Cindy Stanley, Cambie Rensberger, Tammy Dee- ter, Janet Christie, Lisa Martindale, Julie Minnier, Michelle Ferrle, Dawn Wagner, Diane Swart, Teresa Hashbarger, Mary Shaw. 7th row: Lisa Brodbeck, Jackie Dock, Kim Daniels, Mary Wright, Sandy Goff, Lori Hantleman, Tracy Yocum, Tina Lewis, Debbie Miller, Trisha Metz, Teresa Frehse. 8th row: Debbie Shear, Susan Pef- ley, Jane Barnett, Kathy Day, Lynett Tone- viche, Dawn Weisman, Beth Squires, Beth SchulLz, Beth Treska. Cheerblock 85 Cheerleaders raise ruckas ! ! ! The cheerleaders were very busy this year backing all the teams, in- cluding the girls, with their yells and chants which raised the spirit here at NHS. The cheering season started with football and contin- ued through baseball and track. The cheerleaders raised the spirit for basketball sectional by decora- ting the halls. They also gave the players a little feeling of happiness with locker signs each game. Many thanks to the cheerleaders for their support. 1. Freshmen cheerleaders, bottom row: Nora Yentes, Diane Swart, Patty Plant, Dawn Wagner. 2. Varsity cheerleaders, bottom: Amy Vrooman, Linda Sausaman, Missy Mast, Sherri Long, Cheri Yocum. 86 Cheerleaders = 3. Seventh grade cheerleaders, bottom row: Ann Urschel, Lisa Brodbeck, Angle Reahard, Lynnette Tonovltz. —A. Eighth grade cheer- leaders, bottom: Julianne TIede, Lori Sweet, Julie Rees, Kelly Bricker. = 5. Junior varsity cheerleaders, bottom: Teresa Baer, Rosie Kramer, Caria Boyer, Polly Plant. Cheerleaders 87 Good times for Norsettes Last minute routines, runners in hose and changing clothes on the bus, are just a few of the good times the girls had this year. The girls marched with the band last summer, keeping cool in their red and white jumpers. In the fall the girls received new blue body suits with blue and white fringe and white sequins. They looked dazzling while per- forming to songs such as " The Theme from Police Story, " " Yan- kee Doodle, " and " Love Will Keep Us Together. " Basketball season brought new routines and music. A 50 ' s, a square dance and a hat and cane routines were performed by the Flag and Pom Pom Corps. 1. The flag girls practice hard to repre- sent NHS so well. 2. Members of the flags are from left to right: D. Dawes, C. Rensbarger, D. Swart, R. Chamberlain, T. Lawrence, M. Daught ' ery, R. Mowery, L. Beals, T. Chamberlain, R. Arrick, L. Young, B. Cartwright, L Hentgen, T. Blanke, L Wilhelm, and C. Bonhoff. 88 Norsettes fNii U..:- ' ' ' , Vf V 3. Members of the pom poms are from left to right: Beth Schnepp, Susan Joy, Debbie Winters, Valorie Lyons, Patty Plant, Cheryl Huffman, Tammy Helvey, Kelly Dy- son, Lori Bever, Lori Frehse, Kathy Brod- beck and Cheryl Hollenback. 4. The twirlers for the Mighty Norse are Modena Kisner and Lori Knee. Norsettes 89 Hard working bands. The band is divided into several groups: the summer IVlarching Band, Fall Marching Band and Concert Band. Summer IVlarching Band marched in the Roann Parade (placing 3rd), Monroe County (placing 7th), and Wabash County Parade (placing 1st). Tracy John- son was given the Best Marching Band member award. Concert Band received a 2nd place rating at the NISBOVA state contest. This year the band also elected a king and queen. They were Mark Wagner and Caria Yentes both juniors. Several students participated in the NISBOVA solo and ensemble contest at Kokomo. Two students: Teresa Rice, senior, french horn; and Brenda Terrel, junior, french horn; qualified for state com- petition at Indianapolis. Teresa re- ceived a 1st place rating and Brenda received Awards were presented at the Spring Band Concert. Most valu- able player awards went to Fresh- man Dan Sparling, Sophomore Kathy Gautche, Junior CarIa Yentes and Senior Kevin Kelly. The John Philip Sousa Award went to Senior Teresa Rice. The King and Queen winners were also announced. The Stage Band suffered through the long, grueling prac- tices but ... it was worth it. The band serenaded the audiences at the basketball games, the 4-H Christmas Dinner, the Pop ' s Con- cert, and the Spring Concert. The Stage Band also received a second rating at the Stage Band Contest at Ft. Wayne Snyder. 2. Stage band front row left to right: Kathy Gautschi, David Singer, Mark Hau- pert, Jeff IVIoon, Diane Gautschi, Brenda Terrel, Beth Olmstead. Back row: Iris Tack- ett, Mark Wagner, Dan Hipsher, Robin El- rod, Nora Yentes, CarIa Yentes, Dan Spar- ling, Stan Bowman, Chris Carpenter, Tracy Johnson. 1. Band members left to right this page bottom row: Roxy Allen, Deanna Schuler, Lori Bever, Lori Knee, Tammy Lawrence. Second Row: Lynn Pefley, Debbie Siders, Hewitt, Brenda Terrel, Teresa Rice, Debbie Kelly. Third row: Jill Slee, Cambi Rensber- ger, Susan Rice, Janet Christie, Kelly Dy- son, Kathy Brodbeck, Scott Richardson, Stan Bowman, Gary Trump. Standing: Robin EIrod, Dan Sparling, CarIa Yentes, Pat Patton, Walter Schultz. Marcia Daughterey, Leslie Driscoll, Christie Teresa Joy, Ken Haupert, Chris Carpenter, 3. Band members this page left to right bottom row: Julie Minnear, Rhonda Mow- ery, Beth Olmstead, Diane Gautschi, Anne Risher, Wendy Holman. Second row: Becky Cartwright, Lori Frehse, Cyndi Gillespie, Becky Yocum, Jeff Moon, Lanice Slisher, Cheri Yocum, Sheri Hollenback, Mark Hau- pert. Third row: Tim Wohlford, Kevin Kelly, Jeanne Draper, Tracy Johnson, Susan Schenkel, Brenda EIrod, Jeff Mowery, Ken Clupper, Michele Lucas, David Singer, Kathy Gautschi. Fourth row: Mander Pra- ter, Tom Polk, Mark Wagner, Nora Yentes, Roger Engelman. Standing: Mr. Miller, Diane Stein. Room 212, ' The Chorus room ' keeps busy East of the central office, next to the cafeteria, and amazingly close to the bandroom is room 212, better known as " the chorus room " . It is also the rehearsal hall of some of the greatest singers in Wabash county. At many times during the day and night could be heard the jubilant refrains of tal- ented students making beautiful music or reciting " toc-a-doo-mi " and singing numbers— " ! 3 5 8 5 3 1 " — to their hearts content. It was a busy year for the sing- ers at NHS with concerts featuring the varsity choir, swing choir, be- ginning ensemble and the eighth grade chorus in the fall, the Christmas convo and the Spring adventure in choral music in May. The swing choir and the varsity choir both went to NISBOVA con- tests this year and were victorious in the eyes and ears of their judges and peers. Twenty-two members of these select singers also performed in the Wabash County Honors Choir in March. Special and honorable mention goes to the 8th grade chorus who had the distinct distinction of being the liveliest choir that Mr. Rust has ever had. 1. Swing choir members bottom row left to right: Robin EIrod, Sheila Wilson, Mr. Rust, Gina Wilson, Tammy Harrington. Top Row: Teri Conrad, Ray Weaver, Debbie Warnock, Dan Gillespie, Iris Tackett, Teresa Reahard, James Chowning, Diane Unger. 2. Eighth grade choir bottom row left to right: Jackie Dock, Karen Schaaf, Belinda Applegate, Teresa Joy, Teresa Collins, Lisa Elliot, Kim Daniels. Second row: Cindy Carver, Bobbi Heggley, Missy Grey, Toni Wilson, Becky Joy, Donna Newcomer. Third row: Mr. Rust, Tammy Hampton, Sheryl Hunt, Sue Wolford, Marcia Winters, Betty Bolin, Angle King, Linda Beals. Fou.rth row: David Nelson, Debbie Miller, Deloris McKee, Delinda Shepherd, Brad Friedan, John Chowning, Bob Flott. 1 3. Honors Choir members bottom row left to right: Larry Gaston, Diane Unger, Kathy Click, Mickey Strange. Second row: Terl Conrad, Judy Goff, Iris Tackett, Cindy Martin, David McKenzie. Third row: Lisa Hoover, Debbie Warnock, Teresa Reahard, Robin EIrod, Faith Williams, Karen Hen- tgen. Fourth row: James Chowning, Ray Weaver, Gary Trump. 4. Varsity choir bottom row left to right: D. Warnock, M. Alexander, S. Weesner, B. Collins, S. Sanders, C. Bohnhoff, L. Wil- helm, T. Harrington, M. Strange, L. Gas- ton. Second row: B. Swan, T. Rogers, R. Arrick, S. Waggoner, T. Neal, K. Click, T. Fields, T. Reahard, V. Hite. Third row: M. Reahard, D. McKenzie, J. Thompson, F. Williams, R. EIrod, B. Daniels, C. Martin, J. Goff. Fourth row: J. Chowning, S. Kline, Y. Gysi, G. Fox, R. Weaver, D. Gillespie, L. Hoover, K. Hentgen, L. Young. 5. Beginning ensemble, members left toright; Dennis Bone, Tim Antrim, Mr. Rust,Teri Conrad, Dawn Wagner, Vanessa Prater, De- Rhonda Smedley, Tammy Frieden. Jr. High clubs rise in popularity More and more each year the Jr. High clubs have expanded their activities. New organizations are coming into being while others continue to grow. This year ' s Jr. High clubs con- sisted of FHA, FFA, Art, Science, and 7th and 8th grade model clubs. 1. Jr. High science club, first row: Mr. Mast, Pat Knoblock, Tom Denari, Second row: Todd Burgess, Grey Metz, Dave Nel- son. Third Row: Bob Flott, Rick Treska, Ronny Hunt, Scott Haupert. 2. Eighth grade model club, first row: Mr. Norman, Jeff Lawrance, Brian Norman. Second row: Lance Judy, Scott Smith, Chirs McLean, Gary Miller, Ed Ringel, Scott VanMeter, Dan Metzger. Third row: Brad Friedan, Lance Wrisk, Rick Reahard, Rick Griffey, David Ault, Rod Azbell, Jim Howard. 3. Jr. high FFA, first row: Mr. Steele, Dan Metzger, Scott VanMeter, Sam White, Brian Chamberlain, Keith Snyder, Scott Smith, Julie Renbarger, Lisa Allen. Second row: Gary Miller, Scott Harris, Rick Griffey, Ken Dawes, David Ault, Eric Sinclair, Scott Haupert. Third row: Doug Wilcox, Ron Cameron, Varnelle Clay, Larry Chain, Troy Dyson, Lance Wrisk, Joe Schultz, Mike Schuler. Fourth row: Jim Howard, Jeff Hampton, Ed Ringel, Brian Norman, Tony Weunch, Jay Bower, Jim Holmes, Brian Frank. Fifth row: Tony Keaffaber, Jeff Hampton, Jim Howard, Scott Long, Mark Meyer, Jeff Southworth, Brian Allman, Todd Krom. 94 Jr. High Clubs BV S ' ' . : ' _ ' ' W f ' ' ' " " ' " ik«. MF I [jrr- jpii . JI ABKZ Pk K M Hk 1 ' W ' l I B E 2 ill tsi 1 ff l .- ri 4. Jr. high art club, first row: Cathy Dee- ter, Ken Dawes, Julianne Tiede, Lisa Sesco, Cindy Long. Second row: Julie Rees, Lori Sweet, Amy McKJIlip, Steffany Smith, Sue Long, Missy Grey, Kelly Bricker, Danette Norman, Linda Beals. Third row: Teresa Frehse, Karen Eilts, Kim Daniels, Debbie Shear, Julie Renbarger, Linda Kitchen, Diane Norwood, Michelle Miller, Bobbi Higley. Fourth row: Scott VanMeter, Dan Metzger, David Ault, Rick Griffey, John Johnson, Dave Nelson. 5. Jr. high FHA club, first row: Tammy Thompson, Sandy Goff, Susan Pefley, Deb- bie Shear, Lanette Tonavitz, Lori Rice, Tina Lewis, Lavona Gambsy, Lauri Samons, Pam Staton, Amy Clark. Second row: Lois Bone, Sharon Smith, Steffany Samith, Betty Bolin, Marcia Winter, Cindy Carver, Michelle Miller, Lisa Sesco, Carrie Synder. Third row: Lynn Gutrick, Tracy Shambaugh, Julianne Tiede, Danette Nor- man, Delinda Shepard, Nancy Yentes, Sue Long, Missy Grey, Angle King, Tony Wilson. Fourth row: Teresa Hashbarger, Tina Rog- ers, Debbie Miller, Cheryl Palmer, Julie Patton, Renata Slisher, Kathy Eviston, Debbie Hunt. Fifth row: Babette Butzin, Kelly Butzin, Lisa Draper, Pam Dilling, Beth Schultz, Gwen Sheperd, Denise Van- Patton, Mary Sherpard, Merkie Hooks. 6. Seventh grade model club. First row: Mr. Norman, Troy Dyson, David Olmstead, Scott Haupert. Second row: Doug Wilcox, Mike Sweet, Scott Titus, Bruce Trump, Tony Keaffaber, Sam White, Jeff McColley, Jeff Hampton. Third row: Jim Berty, Vern Dunphy, Bob Townsend, Brian Boyer, Mark Williams, Mark Meyer, Brian Frank, Tom Laferny, Keith Snyder. Fourth row: John Powell, Mark Bolinger, Dirk Singer, James Krom, Mike Busch, Brian Chamberlain, Derrick Shelton, Jim Clay, Robert Macalvasa. Jr. High Clubs 95 Jr. High Band Received first at state The Jr. High Band had a busy schedule this year. They marched in the Urbana Parade in the fall. They held a Winter Concert in De- cember and a Spring Concert in May. The band received a first rating at the state band contest in March and all the students performed a solo at NISBOVA contest in Ko- komo. By far, the Jr. High band was one of the strongest Jr. High bands of Northfield. Jr. High Band, row 1 left to right: Danette Norman, IVlarIa Carr, Tracy Shambaugh, Amy McKillip, Kelly Butzin, Cindy Stanley, Angle Reahard, Jenny Draper, Mary Shaw, Denise VanPatten, Nancy Yentes. Row 2: Julianne Tiede, Sharon Smith, Michell Miller, Kathy Foster, Mikki Stefanatos, Te- resa Frehse, Jane Barnett, Beth Squires, Dawn Weisman, Cathy Deeter, Cheryl Palmer, Mina McKillip, Laurie Rice, Jill Hammel, Reneta Slisher. Row 3: Melissa Forester, Beth Treska, Teresa Hoover, Beth Schultz, Linda Kitchen, Susan Pefly, Mike Schuler, Pam Staton, Tammy Thompson, Beth Wagner, Dwane Yocum, Cindy Long, Jamie Krom, Jeff Lawrence, Hite Sinclair, Debbie Shear, Lisa Allen, Lisa Brodbeck, Julie Rees, Lynn Guttrich. Row 4: Jeff Richardson, Chris Reahard, Greg Metz, Doug Kasamis, Stan Kirtland, Brian Al- Iman, Sue Long, Eric Sinclair, Rick Rea- hard, Dirk Singer, John Powell, Jeff Gack- enheimer, Bruce Trump. 96 Jr. High Band ■ if. Administration It is the job of the administra- tion to see that every detail of the school ' s educational system flows smoothly. And as always the year was a success. This was superintendent Law- rence Wade ' s last year. He has done an excellent job through his years of service and we thank him. 1. School board members, left to right: Mr. Squires, Mr. Brane, Mr. EIrod, Mr. Tiede, Mr. Compton, Mr. Dawes. 2. Su- perintendent Wade. 3. Mr. Kasamis, As- sistant Superintendent. 4. Mr. McKee. 5. Mr. Griffith, Northfield ' s principal. 6. Assistant principal, Mr. Wood. 7. Athletic director, Mr. Neal. 8. Office staff, seated Mrs. Yentes, standing, Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Gorsuch, and Mrs. Harris. Administration 97 N-Crowd 98 N-- Crowd N -Crowd 99 do not fear tomorrow. Our senior year went awfully fast. It started out with us nomi- nating Wendy Holman and Mitch Beals for our Homecoming candi- dates and building a float about the Jungle Book. Athletics was a big part of the year with many se- niors finishing with honors. The Prom and the class party were both big successes. Almost every- one went to them. Graduation was a happy and a sad affair. It was also a time for us to start wonder- ing what we are going to do. Class officers; Debbie Warnock, vice-presi- dent; Missy Mast, president; Iris Tackett, treasurer; Tami Chamberlain, secretary. Roxy A. Allen Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 2; N-Club 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4; Vol- leyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4. Kevin L. Baer Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 3; N-Club 4; Intra- murals 4. Robert E. Baker Football 1; Art Club 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; FFA 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Drama Club 2; Swing Choir 3; Math Science Club 4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 4. Dale A. Barlow Band 1,2; Boy ' s Cheerblock 1,2; VICA 3,4. Troy M. Beals Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; N- Club 2,3,4; Math Science Club 2,3,4; Intra- murals 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4. Greg D. Bell FFA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Intramurals 2,3,4; DECA 4. Jack A. Beaver FFA 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 3; VICA 4. Melissa S. Bidwell Cheerblock 1,2; GAA 1,2; FHA 2,3,4; Tri-H 2,3,4; VICA 3,4. Mark D. Bowen Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; In- tramurals 3,4. i for I remember yesterday and love today Bonnie J. Burnsworth VICA 4. Kent A. Cammack Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; History Club 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4. John F, Carpenter Intramurals 1,2; Golf 1; Baseball 2,4; N-Club 2,3; FFA 4; DECA 4. Dan L. Carr Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; VICA 3,4; Intra- murals 4 Jerry R. Cassity Wrestling 1,2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; VICA 3,4; FFA 3,4. Tami S. Chamberlain Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; History Club 3,4; IVIath Science Club 3,4; Shield 4; Drama Club 4; Norsettes 4; OEA 4. James A. Chowning Speech 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Sheild 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Swing Choir 1,3,4; Band 1,2; History Club 3; National Honor So- ciety 3,4; Choir 3,4; Cross Country 4; North Star 4. Tina R. Corn Cheerblock 1,2; Th-Hi-Y 2,3,4; VICA 3,4; FHA 4. Judith C. Crist Nancy J. Dale Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Foreign Language Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Shield 3,4; OEA 4. Dean E. Davenport Intramurals 2,3,4. Douglas E. Dawes Foreign Language Club 1,2; Golf 1,2; Basket- ball 1; N-Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; FFA 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4; FCA 4; National Honor Society 3,4. Mary J. Dawes Basketball 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Student Council 2,4; TrI-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Track 3,4; History Club 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4; Batgirl 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club 3,4; North Star 4; Shield 4. Wendel S. Dawes FFA 1,2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4. Ronald W. Deeter FFA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Baseball 2,3,4; FCA 4; Intramurals 2,3,4. Seniors 101 77 will shine 77 will shine . . . Cynthia A. Derek David E. Devore FFA 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3- Cynthia J. Dyson Cheerblock 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; GAA 1, Sheild 2,3; OEA 4. Daniel D. Eads Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1; FFA 2,3,4. Tamara G. Eilts Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Shield 1,2,3,4; GHA 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Volley- ball 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; North Star 3,4; Bas- ketball 3; Math Science Club 3,4; N-Club 4; FCA 4. Robin D. EIrod Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Cheerblock 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FHA 2,3,4; Shield 2,3,4; Bible Club 3; Stage Band 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Drama 3,4; North Star 4. Brian D. Elzroth VICA 4. Joseph R. Flitcraft Intramurals 4. Robert D. Floyd Track 1,2; Football 1,2; N-Club 1,2; FCA 1,2; Art Club 1,2. Brian L. Ford Football 1,2,3,4; FAA 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Math Science Club 2,3,4; FCA 4. Gene H. Fox Basketball 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4. Bryan F. Frehse Basketball (manager) 1,2,3,4; Football (man- ager) 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; N-Club 1,2,3,4; FCA 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. Daniel U. Gillespie FFA 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; N-Club 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Speech 3,4. Karen S. Glassburn Band 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 1,2; Tri-HI-Y 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Bible Club 3; DECA 4; YAC 4. Yvonne Gysi Drama 4; Speech 4; Foreign Language Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Cheerblock 4; National Honor So- ciety 4; Choir 4. 102 Seniors 77 ysiill shine 77 will shine . - - Beth Hall Tn-Hi-Y 2; FHA 2,3; Cheerblock 2; VICA 4; YAC 4. Gary B- Hammel N-Club 1,2,3,4; Art Club 1,3; Football 1; Wres- tling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Drama 4; FCA 3; North Star Cheryl L. Hampton Cheerblock 1,2; Choii Club 2,3; VICA 3,4, 1; Band 1; FHA 1; Art Tammy J, Harrington Choir 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1,2; Swing Choir 3,4; Cheerblock 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3,4; Bible Club 3; Student Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; History Club 3,4; North Star 1; Drama 1,2,3,4; Shield 3,4; Math and Science Club 3; National Honor Society 4; Exchange Student 4. Mark A. Haupert N-Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4. Richard D. Hawkins Basketball 1; Intramurals 3,4. Karen D. Heflin Band 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Drama 3,4; OEA 4; Shield 4. Barry R. Hicks Intramurals 2,3,4. Sheila A. Hite Cindy L Hobbs FHA 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Drama 4. Edwina A. Holman Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Shield 3,4; Drama 4; Math and Science 4. James R, Johnson Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Golf 1,2; Wres- tling 2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; FCA 2; Baseball 3,4; Bible Club 3; Drama Club 3,4; Speech 3,4; His- tory Club 3; Choir 4; Swing Choir 4. Teresa A. Joy Band 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; For- eign Language Club 2,4; Volleyball 3,4; fri-Hi- Y 3,4; Math and Science Club 4; Track 3 4- History Club 3,4. Edward M. Kasamis Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Math and ' Science Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3 4- FCA 4. Daniel L. Kaufman Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Library Club 3,4; History Club 4; Drama Club 4; National Honor Society 4. Seniors 103 Class flower: carnation Kevin M. Kelly Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; N-Club 1,2,3,4; FCA 3; Art Club 4. Teresa A. Keppel Foreign Language 1,2; FHA 2,3,4; Bible Club 3; North Star 3; Shield 3,4; Drama 3,4; History Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; OEA 4. Modena A. Kisner Twirler 1,2,3,4; GAA 1; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; For- eign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Math Science Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; History Club 4; FFA 4; Drama 4. Lori J. Knee Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Drama 3,4; Math Science 3,4; North Star 4; Shield 3,4; History Club 4. Pamela S. Kochenour Timothy E. Lane Basketball 1; Intramurals 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; N-Club 3,4. Rickey L. Leach Art Club 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4; VICA 3,4. Cynthia L. Martin Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Drama 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; French Honor Society 2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Shield 3,4; Swing Choir 3; History Club 4; Math Science 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Cheerblock 3,4. Kenton S. Martindale Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Intra- murals 1,2,3; Math Science 3,4; FCA 3,4; History Club 3,4. Thomas B. Martindale Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Math Science Club 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3; FCA 3,4. Melissa A. Mast Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Band 1; Student Council 1,3,4; GAA 1; Foreign Language Club 2,3; Sheild 3,4; Track 3,4; Math Science 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; History Club 4; North Star 4; FCA 4. Charles W. McColley Art Club 1,2; VICA 3,4. C ass colors: ra nbow Peggy J. McCord FHA 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1,2,3; History Club 3; Tn-Hi-Y 4. Lolita L. Mclntire FHA 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1; Cheer- block 1,2,3,4; Tri-HI-Y 2,3,4; Shield 4; Drama 4; North Star 4. Mark M. Meston Intramurals 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 3; VICA 3; History Club 4. Allen J. Miracle Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Spanish Honor Society 2,3; History Club 4; Drama 4; National Honor Society 4. Lee Ann Morrison Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Science Club 3,4; Cheerblock 3,4; Drama 3,4; Speech 3,4. Charles E. Neal, Jr. FFA 1,3,4; Football 1,3,4. Cynthia S. Owen Art Club 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1- Shield 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Cheerblock 3; OEA 4; JA 4. Audrey L. Plough Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Drama 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math Science 4. Gregory D. Pownall Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; FCA 2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 2; Math Science Club 2,3,4. Mona L. Reahard Cheerblock 1,2; Art Club 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Drama 3; Shield 3,4; Speech 3. Jane A. Rice Cheerblock 1,2; Band 1,2; GAA 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2,3; Foreign Lan- guage Club 2; Shield 2,3,4; N-Club 3,4; FCA 4; North Star 4; Volleyball 4. Teresa L. Rice Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; Math and Science 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Drama 3,4; Speech 3,4. Steven D. Rogers Baseball 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 2; FCA 3; National Honor Society 4; Math and Science 4; History Club 4. John C. Sampson Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; N- Club 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; FCA 4. Scott D. Sanders Football 1,2; Golf 2. Seniors 105 It s not the end it sjust the beginning. Stephanie S. Sanders Track 1,2; Basketball 1; Cheerblock 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Tri-HI-Y 2,3; FHA 2,3; VICA 3,4 Linda K. Sausaman Norsettes 1; Cheerblock 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; OEA 4; National Honor Societ 4. Bryan S. Schaaf Intramurals 2,4. Ron Schaaf Charles C. Schafer Football 2,4; Basketball 2,3; Art Club 2,3,4; Shield 2,3; FFA 2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; History Club 3. Deanna J. Schuler Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; History Club 3,4; Bible Club 3; Student Council 4; Drama Club 4. Trina A. Schuler Cheerleader 1; Cheerblock 2,3,4; GAA 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Shield 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; North Star 4. Douglas Schuster FFA 2; VICA 3; DECA 4. Maurice R. Shelton Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Intramurals 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3; Track 2,3; DECA 4. Rhonda L Siders Cheerblock 1,2; Art Club 1,2. Billy Simpson FFA 1,2,3,4. Cynthia L. Sinclair FHA 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Tri- Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; Drama 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Shield 4; Stu- dent Council 4. Michael L. Skaggs Drama 1,2,3,4; Speech 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1; History 3; North Star 3,4. Cevin J. Slee Football 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; N-Club 2,3; FCA 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Math and Science Club 4. Marsha L. Slisher FHA 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; History Club 3,4; Bible Club 3; National Honor Society 4; Drama 4. 106 Seniors There is no turning baclc. Paul R. Smith FFA 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1. Robin L. Southworth FFA 1,2,3,4, FHA 1, GAA 1,2; Cheerblock 1,2,3,4; Tri-H-Y 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Vol- leyball 2,3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; Shield 3,4; North Star 4, Jennifer S, Stouffer Band 1,2; FFA 3,4; Tn-H-Y 3,4; Bible Club 3- History Club 3,4; North Star 4. Mickey D. Strange Art Club 1; Drama Club 1,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Bible Club 3; Na- tional Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Honor So- ciety 3. Robert S. Swan Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; FFA 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; FCA 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; VICA 3,4. Jolene S. Swope Cheerblock 1,2; Tn-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Foreign Lan- guage Club 2; OEA 4. Ins A. Tackett Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Speech 1,2,3,4; FHA 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; History Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Swing Choir 3,4; Shield 3,4; Stage Band 4; Cheerblock 3,4; OEA 4. Robert A. Tarter FFA 1,2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3; His- tory Club 4. Jackie M- Thompson Choir 2,3,4. Donald P. Townsend Wrestling 1,2,3; FFA 1; Art Club 2. Bob Treska Art Club 2,3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Baseball 2; FCA 3; Drama Club 3; Student Council 3,4; Football 3. Terry L. Tully Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; N-Club 2,3,4; History Club 3; VICA 3,4. Diane M. Linger GAA 1,2; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; International Thespian Society 3,4; Shield 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Swing Choir 3,4; Math and Science Club 3,4; Bible Club 3: Tri- Hi-Y 3,4; History Club 3.4; OEA 4. Sharon K. Vandermark GAA 1; Art Club 2,3,4; Cheerblock 2,3,4; Tri-Hi- Y 3,4; Shield 3,4; OEA 4 Tom A. Vigar Seniors 107 Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Good Luck Amy A. Vrooman Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Cheerblock 1; GAA 1; Tri- Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math and Science Club 4; OEA 4. Timothy L. Wagers FFA 1,2; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Golf 2. Jeffery M. Waldon Deborah D. Warnock FHA 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Foreign Language Club 2,3,4; Swing Choir 2,3,4; Hoosier Girls ' State Dele- gate 3; Speech 3,4; History Club 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; North Star 4; Shield 3,4; Cheerblock 3,4; Spanish Honor Society 4; Bible Club 3. Faith A. Williams Choir 2,3,4; North Star 3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Shield 3. Wanda J. Wilson Foreign Language Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Bible Club 3; North Star 4. Cheryl A. Yocum Cheerblock 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; FFA 2,3,4; N-Club 4; Track 4; FCA 4. Rebecca L. Yocum GAA 1,2,3; Cheerblock 1; Foreign Language Club 1,2; Bible Club 3; Flag Corps 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Drama Club 3,4; Shield 3,4; North Star 4; Speech 3. Geraldine M. Young GAA 1; Track 1; Basketball 1; Choir 2,3; Tri-Hi- Y 2,3; VICA 4. Jeffery S. Young Intramurals 3. Not Shown: Jerry Chittick, John Dyson, Carl Guingrich, Kirby Howard, Larry Leslie, Raymond Lester, Jeff McKinney, William Schultz, Roy Warren. JimJohnson, Mike Kasamis, Brian Ford, and Mitch Beals show the cheerleaders how it is done. Exchange students enjoyed learning new customs Living with the Lowell Karns family this year was the exchange student from Wetlingen, Switzer- land: Yvonne Gysi. Yvonne came to NHS all smiles and ready for ad- ventures. Sure enough . . . she found them. She discovered what cheerleaders were; what was meant by " extracurricular activi- ties, " and learned to go to school from 8:00-3:15 instead of her usual 7:00-6:00! To even up the exchange, NHS senior Tammy Harrington went to Switzerland and stayed with the Gysi family. She learned the " Swiss " way of life and toured the country side. Yvonne Gysi and Tammy Harrington had fun visiting each other ' s countries. Exchange Students 109 Homecoming fun! The Juniors had a particularly active life this year at Northfield. First, to end the anticipation from the summer, the rings were finally distrib uted. Then the Homecoming became very special when Debbie Winters and Perry Van Meter were elected Queen and King. The float " Fly To A Victory " won top honors. The money that was made from the magazine sale was spent on the 14th annual Prom; " Stairway to Heaven. " The class officers were Beth Schnepp, vice- president; Susan Joy, secretary; Cherly Huffman, treasurer; Lori Beaver, pres. Not Pictured: Ty- wanna Dyer, Carolyn Flohr, Che- ryol Hollenback, Jeff Moon, Robert Poole, Michael Robinson, Jim Steele. Missy Alexander Barb Anderson Jill Antrim Brad Baber Brenda Benson Lori Beaver Jay Bolin Kathy Brodbeck Tom Burnsworth Jay Busch Chris Cammack Becky Cartwright Kurt Carver Brett Chittick Bob Clark Kathy Click Teri Conrad Eddie Coots Barb Crist Michael Culver Tammy Dangerfield Jenny Deeter Katrina Dilling Jeanne Draper Frank Driscoll Teresa Driscoll Carol Dunphy Don Dunphy Kelly Dyson Nancy Eltzroth 110 Juniors m ' m : l H I H r ' ffl ' ■ ' Charles Faust Tammy Fields Lot-i Frehse Scott Galley Tammy Gardner Steve Gill Cyndi Gillespie Judy Goff Kelly Good Rex Grossman Missy Hall Patty Hall James Harrell Kevin Harrington Rod Hegel Brian Helvey Cheri Hicks Mark Hicks Dan Hipsher Curt Holmes Amy Honeycutt Lisa Hoover Cheryl Huffman Tracy Johnson Susan Joy Sally Kline Tony Krom Sally Lane Marti Long Sherri Long Mark Losher Mark Lutz Valerie Lyons John Martin Kelly McKee Marceil McKinley Teresa McKinney Mike Metzger Bob Metzger Teresa Neal Lori Niccum Ed Norman Juniors 111 Rick Oldenkamp Beth Olmstead Darcy Overman Eric Overman Pat Patton Lynne Pefley Polly Plant Mander Prater Teresa Reahard Liz Reed Larry Rensberger Kathy Rice Randy Ross Jeff Schaaf Beth Schnepp Dennis Schnepp Todd Schnepp John Shepherd Debbie Siders Kyle Sinclair Beverly Sparks Terry Staggs Kyle Steele Diane Stein Rick Stouffer Brenda Terrel Frank Tiede Bruce Tomlinson Linda Tully Tory Tyner Lindy Unger Perry Van Meter Mark Wagner Ray Weaver Cindy White Gina Wilson A few junior girls ham it up during 50 ' s days. 112 Juniors Float places 2nd The sophomores enjoyed their year here at NHS. One of the highlights of the year was home- coming. Rosle Kramer and Brian Reed were chosen as their Queen and King candidates and their float won second place with Its Disneyland characters from Winnie the Pooh. There were three sophs on the 1977 Girls Sectional Cham- pion basketball team and as J.V. cheerleaders. The class was really excited about ordering their class rings In the spring. Their class party was a success. The officers of the class were Lisa Beals, David Sausaman, Lalon Allen, and Duane Wilcox. Not pictured; Craig Allman, Jay Biehl, Terry Moon, Roger Stouffer, Greg Thompson, Susan Wagner. Lalor Allen Jody Antrim Rita Arrick Teresa Baer Mike Baker Lisa Beals Phil Bickhart Jay Biehl Tern Blanke Debra Blanton Carole Bonhoff Tracy Bower Caria Boyer Kelly Burnsworth Chris Carpenter Greg Chalfant Rena Chamberlain Ruth Chowning Georgena Colgrove Brebda Collins Mark Cooper Ramona Copeland Renee Crumrine Patty Dangerfield Brenda Daniel Marcia Daugherty Mark Davenport Todd Dawes Debbie Deeter Chris Denari Sophomores 113 Jeff De Yarmon Bill Dillon Jeff Draper Phil Draper Leslie Driscoll Carol Dunnagan Tuesday Dyson Don Eads Lori Elliott Gaye Faust Ed Fitch Vince Floyd Fred Ford Jason France Jeff France Ken Francis Larry Gaston Kathy Gauschi Brook George Amy Gill Marie Green Rod Grey Randy Griffey Dan Harrell Francis Harrell Brad Harris Denise Harvey Brent Haupert Brian Haupert Barry Helvey Tammy Helvey Karen Hentgen Sherri Herron Terry Hevirjtt Vicki Hite Darlene Hively Tony Holman Tammy Hosier Jack Howard Chris Kasamis Robbie Keaffaber Jesse Kellems i 11 114 Sophomores UWBW K WMWM Wt WR Debra Kelly Lisa Kitchen Bobby Kochenour Rosie Kramer Terry Krom Tammy Lawrence Kevin Leisure Mike Leisure Fred Lundquist Chris Marks David McKenzie Tim McVoy Greg Miller Kenneth Monce Ricky Monce Rhonda Mowery C indy Palmer Helen Parker Tom Polk Bridget Proctor Brian Reed Michele Ridenour Anne Risher Tina Rogers Andy Ross David Samons David Sausaman Ricky Sesco Randy Shafer Steve Shafer Tim Shoemaker Deanne Slater Camilla Slee Jackie Slee Darreld Stanley John Steele Jerome Stevens Trent Schuler Sammy Strange Doug Sweet Pete Van Buskirt Nathen Vrooman Russel Waldon Jeff Warnock Martin Watt Sherri Weesner Duane Wilcox Lisa Wilhelm Roy Williams Sheila Wilson Lon Wright Tammy Yentes Leslie Young Michael ZIner Sophomores 115 Football success for Freshmen The mighty freshmen had their first year in high school and en- joyed it a lot. They had a very suc- cessful year in football with seven wins and one loss. The Queen and King candidates for Homecoming were Cambi Rensberger and Jeff Mowery. Two sockho ps were held and the class party was held in the spring. Officers for the class of ' 80 were Nancy Lane, Cambi Rensber- ger, Julie Bell, and Angle Good. Not pictured: Cindy Alford, Tony Hunt, Dale Leslie, Brian Lyons, Tammy Staggs. Cindy Alexander Tim Antrim Chris Arricl Dawn Baber Brian Bal er Lori Seals Julie Bell Rex Biehl Larry Blair Dennis Bone Barbara Borelli Randy Boring Michael Bowers Stan Bowman Ann Breedlove Mike Buchanan Marim Buchtel Rebecca Callaway Micheal Carroll Larry Carver Valisa Chalfant Lori Chamberlain Craig Chittick Janet Christie Michael Clark Blandy Clarson Tami Canrad David Corn Gene Dangerfield Dana Dawes 116 Freshmen Tammy Deeter Linda Deturk Michael Devore Kent Dilling Fayetta Dillon Shirley Dutton Dawn Dyson Janet Dyson Jeffery Dyson Dawn Edwards Brenda EIrod Bruce Eltzroth Roger Engelman Elizabeth Enser Billy Faust John Fearnow Michele Feme Rhonda Ford Kathy Frieden Diane Gautschi Sheryl George James Goff Angela Good Linda Green Sueann Gressley Lori Hantelman David Harrell Christie Hewitt Lori Hipsher Mike Hoover Todd Hoppes Margie Howard Roger Ireland David Joy Mark Judy Vicky Kellems John Key Randy Kline Randy Knotts Nancy Lane Ken Lindzy Michelle Losher Michelle Lucas Jody Lunquist Brian Lyons Lisa Martindale Mariann Meyer Julie Minniear Jeff Mowery Melinda Neal Beth Newcomer Rhonda Niverson Troy Odell Ricky Ogan Freshmen 117 Dorthy Owen Rita Patton Marvin Phillips Patty Plant Wesena Powell Vanessa Prater Timothy Quinn Cambi Rensberger Ed Rice Susan Rice Melvin Richardson Scott Richardson Carl Rife Susan Ruley Susan Schenkel David Schuler Walter Schultz Danny Seeley David Singer Derhonda Smedley Myra Snavely Danny Sparling Julia Stem Diane Swart Shirley Swihart Kathryn- Tiede Gary Trump Dawn Wagner Deaitra Ward Doug Warford James West Jeffery Williams Tari Wilson Nora Yentes Tracy Yocum Freshmen gather around their lockers before the beginning of school. 118 Freshmen Rise in sports The main event for the class of ' 81 was sports. The 8th grade boys and girls basketball teams became County Champs. The girl ' s team was also the only unundefeated team at NHS this year. Some of the 8th graders participated in the spring musical " Oliver " . Class offi- cers were Tom Denari, Kelly Bri- ker, Cathy Deeter, and Betsy Dee- ter. Not pictured: William Miller, Elvin Miracle, Peggy Moon, Patri- cia Nance, Tim Reiken. Michelle Alexander Lisa Allen Brian Allman Belinda Applegate David Ault Rod Azbell Barb Baker Jay Bauer Linda Beals Teresa Bessette Jean Ann Bidwell Betty Bolin Tony Bower Kelly Bricker Corinna Buffenbarger Babett Butzin Ron Cameron Daria Carr Maria Carr Cindy Carver John Chowning Amy Clark Keith Clark Varnell Clay Theresa Clifton David Cohen Teresa Collins Jeff Cooper Jamey Crist Kim Daniels Brad Davis Ken Dawes Cathy Deeter Betsy Deeter Tom Denari Jackie Dock Eighth 119 Jennifer Draper Karen Eilts Lisa Elliott Roger Eltzroth Jane Fitch Bob Flott Melissa Forrester Kathleen Foster Teresa Frehse Brad Frieden Delana Gamsby Danny Green Michele Grey David Griffey Rickey Griffey Lynn Guttrich Tammara Hampton Tina Harrell Scott Harris Teresa Hashbarger Bobbi Higgley Scott Hipsher James Holmes David Honeycutt Dixie Hoover Bobby Houlihan James Howard John Howard Sheryl Hunt John Johnson Becky Joy Lance Judy Scott Kaufman Kyle Kelly Angle King Stan Kurtlan Linda Kitchen Todd Kline Rita Kramer Todd Krom Jeff Lawrence Steven Leisure Rita Leslie Tara Lindzy Cindy Long Lori Long Sue Long Deloris McKee Keith McKee Amy McKillip Tony McKinney Chris McLean Trisha Metz Danny Metzger f BP 120 Eighth Debbie Miller Gary Miller Michelle Miller Dene Moore David Nelson Donna Newcomer Wayne Niverson Brian Mormon Diane Norwood Cheryl Palmer Julie Patton Ricky Reahard Julie Rees Julie Renbarger Floyd Resler Ed Ringel Tina Rogers Lauri Samons Karen Schaaf Mike Schuler Joe Schutiz Lisa Sesco Tim Shafer Tracy Shambaugh Mary Shaw Delinda Shepherd Eric Sinclair Renata Slisher Scott Smith Sharon Smith Steffany Smith Carrie Snyder Jeff Southworth Pama Staton Nicole Stefanatos Lori Sweet Tom Thompson Julianne Tiede Rick Treska Dan Vandermark Scott Van Meter Debra Watkins Michele Watson Allen Weitzel David Williams Toni Wilson Chris Winterrowd Marcia Winters Paul Woodward Clinton Wrisk Lance Wrisk Tony Wuansch Nancy Yentes Eighth 121 Fun filled year The 7th grade class of 76-77 participated in many sports and activities. These included football, basketball, spelling bees, and many other activities. Beth Squires was 4th in the Junior High Speech Meet. Scott Long won 1st place in the spelling bee. The records of wins and losses in sports are: foot- ball 3-1, boys basketball 1-9, girls basketball 4-2, and volleyball 5-1. The class party and sockhops were a new and exciting experience for the 7th graders. The class officers were David Olmstead, president; Susan Pefley, vice-president; Mike Sweet, treasurer; and Lisa Brod- beck, secretary. Not pictured: Larry Moon, Gary White. Gina Antrim Babette Badgley Jane Barnett Beverly Bidwell Janet Bidwell Mark Bolinger Lois Bone Jim Borelli Brian Boyer Lisa Brodbeck Danny Buchanan Todd Burges Mike Busch Kelley Butzin Phillip Callaway Larry Chain Brian Chamberlain Jeft Clark Lana Clark Jimmy Clay Leonard Click Scott Cooper Renee Copeland Scott Davis Kathy Day Dawn Dellamarggio Pam Dining Ronnie Dillon Doug Draper Lisa Draper 122 Seventh l ri Vern Dunphy Troy Dyson Kathy Eviston Dawn Farmer Sandy Faust Kim Fearnow Bryan Frank Jeff Gackenhelmer Rick Gamble Lavona Gamsby Sandy Goff Mike Goodpaster Ed Gottschalk Cindy Hall Jill Hammel Jeff Hampton Lisa Harrell Scott Haupert Mary Hicks Chris Hobbs Morgan Hobbs Mekie Hooks Teresa Hoover Bill Hosier Leonard Huddleson Debbie Hunt Ronnie Hunt Doug Huston Mike Ireland Scott James Doug Kasamis Tony Keffaber Pat Knoblock Dennis Kochenour James Krom Tom Laferney Tina Lewis Scott Long Scott Lorenz Robert Macaluso Jerry McColley Mma McKillip Seventh 123 Greg Metz Mark Meyer Ed Miller Eddie Mofford Ron Nordman Sam Norwood Martin Olah David Olmstead Scott Ration Susan Pefley John Powell Angle Reahard Chris Reahard Kristie Reahard Chris Reed Laurie Rice Jeff Richardson Robbie Samons Debbie Shear Derrick Shelton Gwen Shepherd Mary Shepherd Beth Schultz Hite Sinclair Dirk Singer Jay Smith Kim Smith Kim Smith Keith Snyder Connie Spradlin Beth Squires Cindy Stanley Mike Sweet David Terrel Tammy Thomson Scott Titus Lynnette Tonovitz Robert Townsend Beth Treska Bruce Trump Mary Tucker Kelly Tudor Anne Urschel Denise Van Petten Tim Vigar Todd Viger Beth Wagner Dawn Weisman Sam White Doug Wilcox Mark Williams Bud Winters Mary Kay Wright Dewayne Yocum 124 Seventh Faculty Miss Andrea Arnold English; B.A. Indiana University; Cheerblock and 8th grade sponsor; Hobbies: movies, travel, reading. Miss Jo Beghtel Pre-Vocational; B.S. Taylor University; M.A. Ball State University; 10th grade sponsor; Hobbies: sewing, reading, crafts. Mrs. Nancy Breiner Business; B.A. and M.A. St. Francis College; National Honor Society and 12th grade sponsor; Hobbies; sewing, baking, sports. Mrs. Georgia Bush Home Economics; Vocational Home Economics Manchester; Masters Ball State University; FHA sponsor; Hobbies: sewing cooking reading and gardening. Mr. Harold Christie Algebra 1, General Math; Manchester College; Basketball coach, 9th grade sponsor. Mrs. Mary Clark Jr. English, Journalism; A.B. Huntington College, M.A. Ball State University; North Star and 7th grade sponsor; Hobbies: gardening, painting, reading, travel. Mr. Ron Clark History; B.S. Manchester College, M.A. Ball State University; 7th grade sponsor; Hobbies: travel, antique cars, machinery. Mr. Mark Coppler Physical and drivers education; B.S. Huntington College, M.A. Ball State University; Football and Track Coach, 12th grade sponsor, special interest: selling insurance; Hobbies: hunting, golf, collecting, silver ingots. Mr. Robert Denari Science; B.S. Indiana University, M.A. Miami University; 7th grade sponsor; Hobbies: golf, sports, writing, art. Mr. Steve Desper Math; B.S. Ball State University; Basketball, 12th grade sponsor; Hobbies: golf, basketball, tennis. Miss Barbara Durnbaugh English; B.S. Taylor University, M.A.T. Indiana University; Drama, Speech, 12th grade sponsor; Hobbies: travel, music. Miss Lucy Dundore Math; B.S. Miami University; 8th grade volleyball and basketball coach, girls intramurals, 8th grade sponsor; Hobbies: sports, movies, travel. Mr. Rocco Fuschetto Spanish, French; B.S. University of Dayton, Masters St. Francis College; Foreign Language Club sponsor; Hobbies: gardening boating. Miss Lana Garber Careers class, guidance counselor; B.S. Ball State University, M.A.E. Ball State University; Student Council, 11th grade sponsor; Hobbies: motion picture history, theater, golf, swimming. Mr. Joe Groover Art; Purdue University; art and Jr. high art club; Hobbies: sculpture, canoeing, camping. Faculty 125 Mr. Lonny Harts Vocational Agriculture, B.S. and M.S. Purdue University; FFA Livestock, Crops Judging team; Hobbies: all sports Mrs. Colleen Hollenback Assistant librarian, library club sponsor; Hobbies; ceramics, sports, knitting, gardening Mrs. Teresa Honeycutt Physical education, B.S. Ball State University; girls sports coach; Hobbies; sports, sewing Mrs. Darlene Hunt English, B.A. Manchester College; Tri-Hi-Y sponsor; Hobbies; reading Mr. Paul Jackson Industrial Arts; B.S. Indiana Education, M.S. Indiana Arts; 11th grade sponsor Mr. Jim Kaltenmark History, Psychology, Sociology; B.S. Manchester College, M.A. Ball State University; football coach. Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 8th grade sponsor; Hobbies: reading, history, travel Mrs. Norma Kitt English; B.S. Huntington College, Masters St. Francis College; shield, 9th grade sponsor; Hobbies: sewing, golf, boating Miss Susan Krom Spanish; B.A. Indiana University; Foreign Language Club; cheerleader sponsor Miss Linda Landes English, typing; B.A. Ball State University, cheerleader 8th grade sponsor; Hobbies; sewing, swimming, tennis, bowling Miss Kathy McGovern Home Economics; Jr. FHA sponsor Mr.Marvin Mast Science, B.S. Manchester College, M.S. St. Francis College; Hobbies: enjoy vacations Mr. Charles Miller Careers; B.S. Indiana Central College, M.S. Purdue University; Football coach. Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes; 11th grade sponsor Hobbies; hunting, fishing, horses. Mr. Mike Miller Band; St. Joseph ' s College; Jazz Ensemble, 9th grade sponsor; Hobbies; horses, antique cars, fishing Mr. Tom Miller History; Manchester College, Ball State University; 9th grade sponsor. Hobbies: Horse racing, camping Mr. Kenny Norman Math; B.S. Manchester College, M.S. Indiana University, model club sponsor 126 Faculty Mr. Rex Price Government and Economics; B.S. Manchester College; Masters Ball State University; Senior Class sponsor; Hobbies: coaching Little League, camping, travel Mr. Brian Smith Business; Huntington College; Freshmen basketball coach; intramurals sponsor; Hobbies: listening to music Mr. Roger Steele Vocational Agriculture; Purdue University; FFA Dairy, Soils and Poultry Judging teams coach; Jr. FFA sponsor and co-sponsor of FFA. Mrs. Lois VanElls Librarian; B.S. University of Wisconsin; M.S. Our Lady of the Lake, San Antonio, Texas; Hobbies: reading Mr, Jack Weekley Industrial Arts; B.S. and M.S. Ball State University; Hobbies: horses, family. 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Ross Mr. 34 Tomson, Brenda Mrs. 32 VanElls, Lois Mrs. 32, 83, 127 Walker, Dennis Mr. 30, 54 Weekley, Jack Mr. 39, 127 Winegardner, Craig Mr. 16, 31, 46, 58, 59, 74, 127 Yentes, Louise Mrs. 97 Students Alexander, Cynthia 116 Alexander, Michelle 119 Alexander, Melissa 69, 77, 83, 93, 110, 112 Allen, Lalon 20, 53, 56, 57, 113 Allen, Lisa 73, 96, 119 Allen, Roxy 22, 61, 73, 74, 76, 85, 100 Allman, Brian 96, 119 Allman, Craig 68 Anderson, Barbara J. 110, 113 Antrim, Gina 122 Antrim, Jill Y. 110, 113 Antrim, Jody 113 Antrim, Tim 93, 116 Appelgate, Belinda 119 Arrick, Chris 48, 54, 116 Arrick, Rita 85, 88, 93, 113 Ault, David 48, 54, 119 Azbell, Rodney 119 Baber, Bradford J. 12, 13, 49, 70, 71, 110, 113 Baber, Dawn 12, 13, 30, 70, 85, 116 Badgley, Babette 122 Baer, Kevin 46, 56, 57, 84, 100 Baer, Teresa 85, 87, 113 Baker, Barb 72, 119 Baker, Brian 79, 116 Baker, Michael 79, 113 Baker, Robert 70, 79, 100 Barlow, Dale 84, 100 Barnett, Janet 35, 64, 85, 96, 122 Bauer, Jay 119 Beals, Linda 92, 119 Beals, Lisa 70, 72, 76, 88, 113 Beals, Lori 72, 116 Beals, Troy 14, 15, 21, 46, 56, 57, 69, 74, 79, 100 Bell, Grey 84, 100 Bell, Julie 30, 116 Benson, Brenda M. 76, 77, 110, 113 Bessette, Teresa 119 Bever, Jack 100 Bever, Lori J. 14, 15, 36, 59, 61, 70, 71, 74, 76, 79, 85, 89, 110, 113 Bickhart, Phil 113 Bidwell, Beverly 122 Bidwell, Janet 122 Bidwell, Jean Ann 119 Bidwell, Melissa 40, 84, 100 Biehl, Jay 53, 59, 79, 113 Biehl, Rex 40, 116 Blair, Larry 48, 51, 116 Blanke, Terri 70, 76, 77, 88, 113 Blanton, Debra 76, 82, 113 Bohnhoff, Carole 70, 72, 76, 88, 93, 113 Bolin, Betty 92, 119 Bolin, Jay D. 110, 113 Bolinger, Mark 122 Bone, Dennis 93, 116 Bone, Lois 122 Borelli, Anthony Borelli, Barbara 116 Borin, Randy 116 Bowen, Mark 56, 57, 74, 100 Bower, Tony 48, 119 Bower, Tracy 76, 85, 113 Bowers, Michael 48, 116 Bowman, Stanley 57, 116 Boyer, Brian 122 Boyer, Caria 85, 87, 113 Breedlove, Andrea 73, 116 Bricker, Kelly 64, 87, 119 Brodbeck, Kathy R. 68, 69, 70, 76, 85, 89, 110, 113 Brodbeck, Lisa 72, 85, 87, 96, 122 Buchanan, Danny 122 Buchanan, Mike 116 Buchtel, Marlin 116 Buffenbarger, Corinna 119 Burgess, Todd 48, 54, 122 Burnsworth, Bonnie 84, 101 Burnsworth, Kelly Burnsworth, Tom E. Busch, Jay B. 79, 110, 113 Busch, Mike 64, 122 Butzin, Babette 119 Butzin, Kelley 96, 122 Calloway, Phil 122 Calloway, Rebecca 116 Cameron, Ron 119 Cammack, Chris L. 73, 110 Cammack, Kent 73, 74, 101 Carpenter, Christine 70, 76, 113 Carpenter, John 21, 79, 84, 101 Carr, Dan 46, 74, 101 Carr, Daria 119 Carr, Maria 96, 119 Carroll, Micheal 36, 48, 116 Carter, Annette Cartwright, Becky L. 74, 79, 88, 110 Carver, Cindy 92, 119 Carver, Kurt D. 79, 110 Carver, Larry 116 Cassity, Jerry 101 Chain, Larry 54, 122 Chalfaut, Grey 113 Chalfaut, Vallisa 116 Chamberlain, Brian 48, 54, 122 Chamberlain, Lori 116 Chamberlain, Renee 76, 85, 88, 113 Chamberlain, Tami 69, 70, 72, 74, 76, 84, 85, 88, 100, 101 Chlttick, Brett A. 53, 110 Chittick, Craig 54, 57, 116 Chittick, Jerry Chowning, James 70, 71, 72, 73, 92, 93, 101 Chowning, John 48, 92, 119 Chowning, Ruth 113 Christie, Janet 85, 116 Clark, Amy 119 Clark, Jeff 48, 122 Clark, Lana 122 Clark, Michael 79, 116 Clark, Robert D. 110 Clarson, Blandy 116 Clay, Jimmy 48, 122 Clay, Varnell 48, 119 Click, Katherine 93, 110 Click, Leonard 122 Clifton, Theresa 119 Clupper, Kenneth Colgrove, Georgena 113 Cohen, David 119 Collins, Brenda 75, 93, 113 Collins, Teresa 64, 92, 119 Conrad, Tami 72, 77, 116 Conrad, Teri L. 70, 75, 76, 77, 92, 93, 110 Cooper, Jeffery 119 Cooper, Mark 113 Cooper, Scott 122 Coots, Eddie A. 110 Copeland, Renee 122 Corn, David 116 Corn, Tina 40, 84, 101 Crist, Barbara J. 83, 84, 110 Crist, Jamey 119 Crist, Judith 40, 101 Crumrine, Renne 71, 76, 85, 113 Culver, Michael L 46, 53, 57, 74, 79, 110 Dale, Nancy 22, 72, 76, 84, 85, 101 Dangerfield, Gene 48, 116 Dangerfield, Patty 113 Dangerfield, Tamela L. 77, 82, 110 Daniel, Brenda 74, 76, 93, 113 Daniels, Kim 64, 85, 92, 119 Daugherty, Marcia 61, 76, 79, 88, 113 Davenport, Dean 22, 101 Davenport, John 113 Davis, Bradley 48, 119 Davis, Scott 122 Dawes, Dana 36, 88, 116 Dawes, Doug 59, 69, 79, 101 Dawes, Ken 48, 54, 64, 68, 119 Dawes, Mary Jane 21, 59, 61, 68, 69, 72, 73, 74, 76, 85, 101 Dawes, Scott 68, 69, 79, 101 Dawes, Todd 53, 68, 79, 113 Day, Kathy 64, 73, 85, 122 Deeter, Cathy 96, 119 Deeter, Deborah 35, 70, 76, 79, 113 Deeter, Elizabeth 64, 68, 119 Deeter, Jennifer L. 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 75, 76, 79, 110 Deeter, Ron 59, 74, 79, 101 Deeter, Tamara 20, 61, 68, 72, 85, 117 Dellamlerggio, Dawn 122 Denari, Chris 49, 53, 74, 113 Denari, Thomas 48, 54, 64, 119 Derch, Cindy 102 Deturk, Linda 83, 117 DeVore, David 46, 84, 102 DeVore, Michael 48, 54, 64, 117 DeYarmon, Jeff 114 Dilling, Katrina S. 69, 76, 77, 85, 110 Dilling, Kent 48, 54, 79, 117 Dilling, Pamela 31, 64, 122 Dillon, Bill 114 Dillon, Fayetta 117 Dillon, Ronnie 48, 112 Dock, Jackie 85, 92, 119 Draper, Douglas 122 Draper, Jeanne A. 61, 110 Draper, Jeffrey 49, 53, 114 Draper, Jennifer 96, 120 Draper, Lisa 122 Draper, Phil 49, 114 Driscoll, Frank E. 79, 110 Driscoll, Leslie 61, 85, 114 Driscoll, Teresa L. 70, 74, 76, 85, 110 Dunnigan, Carol 30, 114 Dunphy, Carol A. 110 Dunphy, Donald J. 110 Dunphy, Vern 31, 32, 48, 123 Dutton, Shirley 77, 82, 117 Dyer, Tywanna L. Dyson, Cindy 41, 68, 76, 84, 102 Dyson, Dawn 117 Dyson, Janet 117 Dyson, Jeffrey 117 Dyson, John Dyson, Kelly A. 68, 69, 70, 71, 76, 85, 89, 110 Dyson, Troy 48, 112 Dyson, Tuesday 76, 114 Eads, Dan 40, 52, 53, 74, 79, 102 Eads, Don 114 Edwards, Dawn 75, 117 Eilts, Karen 64, 120 Eilts, Tamara 72, 73, 76, 77, 102 Elliott, Lisa 92, 120 Elliott, Lorl 33, 82, 114 EIrod, Brenda 117 EIrod, Robin 12, 13, 68, 69, 70, 72, 73, 76, 77, 92, 93 Eltzroth, Brian 84, 102 Eltzroth, Bruce 48, 54, 79, 117 Eltzroth, Nancy S. 83, 110 Eltzroth, Roger 120 Engelman, Roger 51, 57, 117 Enser, Elizabeth 77, 117 Eades, Donald Eviston, Kathy 123 Farmer, Dana 122 Faust, Billy 117 Faust, Charles J. 46, 57, 111 Faust, Gaye 114 Faust, Sandy 64, 123 Fearnow, Kimberly 123 Ferrie, Michele 117 Fields, Tamara S. 93, 111 Fitch, Edwin 53, 114 Fitch, Jane 120 Flitcraft, Joe 102 Flott, Robert 48, 65, 92, 120 Floyd, Robert 102 Floyd, Vincent 111 Ford, Brian 8, 9, 46, 74, 79, 102 Ford, Fred 114 Ford, Rhonda 77, 117 Forrester, Melissa 96, 120 Foster, Kathleen 96, 120 Fox, Gene 93, 102 Francy, Jason 46, 56, 114 France, Jeff 46, 50, 114 Francis, Kenneth 114 Frank, Bryan 123 Frehse, Bryan 46, 102 Frehse, Lori A. 57, 61, 74, 76, 79, 85, 89, 111 Frehse, Teresa 64, 85, 96, 120 Frieden, Brad 48, 92, 120 Frieden, Kathy 117 Gackenheimer, Jeffery 48, 96, 123 Galley, Robert S. 53, 111 Gambel, Rick 123 Gamsby, Delana 35, 120, 123 Gamsby, Lavona Gardner, Tamera R. 70, 111 Gaston, Larry 70, 93, 114 Gautschi, Diane 117 Gautschi, Kathleen 79, 114 George, Brook 114 George, Sheryl 72, 77, 117 Gill, Amy 82, 114 Gill, Steven D. 46, 56, 57, 111 Gillespie, Cynthia E. 61, 70, 74, 79, 111 Gillespie, Dan 46, 74, 92, 93, 102 Glassburn, Karen 76, 84, 85, 102 Goff, James 117 Goff, Judith L. 69, 72, 93, 111 Goff, Sandy 85, 123 Good, Angela 77, 117 Good, Kelly L. 51, 111 Goodpaster, Charles 123 Gottschalk, Ed 54, 123 Green, Danny 120 Green, Goldie 114 Green, Linda 117 Gressley, Susann 117 Grey, Michele 92, 120 Grey, Rodrick 46, 51, 114 Griffey, Ellis Griffey, David 120 Griffey, Ricky 120 Grogg, Jeff 83 Grossman, Rex E. 74, 79, 111 Guingrich, Carl Guttrick, Lynn 64, 96, 120 Gysi, Yvonne 69, 70, 71, 75, 76, 85, 93, 102 Hall, Beth 40, 84, 103 Hall, Cindy 123 Hall, Melissa ill Hall, Patricia L. 76, 77, 111 Hammel, Gary 38, 44, 45, 51, 56, 57, 70, 73, 74, 103 Hammel, Jill 96, 123 Hampton, Cheryl 84, 102 Hampton, Jeffrey 48, 123 Hampton, Tammara 92, 120 Hantelman, Lori 85, 117 Harrell, Dan 54, 56, 57, 114 Harrell, David 48, 54, 117 Harrell, Frances 114 Harrell, James 111 Harrell, Lisa 123 Harrell, Tina 120 Harrington, Kevin R. Ill Harrington, Tammy 69, 70, 74, 75, 76, 77, 92. 93, 103, 109 Harris, Bradley 51, 79, 114 Harris, Scott 48, 54, 64, 120 Harvey, Delane Harvey, Denise 114 Hashvarger, Teresa 85, 120 Haupert, Brent 53, 114 Haupert, Brian Ken 46, 51, 57, 114 Haupert, Mark 44, 45, 56, 57, 74, 103 Haupert, Scott 48, 123 Hawkms, Richard 41, 103 Haynes, Donna Heflin, Karen 103 Hegel, Rodney A. 59, 70 , 72, 111 Helvey, Barry 44, 45, 57, 114 Helvey, Brian R. Ill Helvey, Tamara 76, 89, 114 Hentgen, Karen 70, 76, 77, 88, 114 Harron, Daniel Harron, Francis Herron, Sherri 114 Hewitt, Christie 117 Hewitt, Terry 79, 114 Hicks, Barry 103 Hicks, Cheri M. 70, 74, 76, 85, 111 Hicks, Mark K. Ill Hicks, Mary 123 Higgley, Bobbi 92, 120 Hipsher, Daniel J. 72, 111 Hipsher, Lori 72, 82, 117 Hipsher, Scott 48, 54, 120 Hite, Sheila 103 Hite, Vicki 93, 114 Hively, Darlene 21, 82, 114 Hobbs, Christine 123 Hobbs, Cindy 70, 73, 76, 103 Hobbs, Morgan 123 Hollenback, Cheryol A. 72, 74, 75, 83, 85, 89 Holman, Anthony 49, 114 Holman, Wendy 10, 14, 70, 72, 73, 75, 76, 85, 103 Holmes, Curt 20, 49, 53, 111 Holmes, Dennis Holmes, James Hooks, Meakie 123 Hoover, Dixie 64, 120 Hoover, Lisa R. 70, 74, 75, 76, 77, 93, 111 Hoover, Micheal 79, 117 Hoover, Teresa 64, 96, 123 Hoppes, Todd 54, 79, 117 Honeycutt, Amy M. Ill Honeycutt, L. David 120 Hosier, Tammy 114 Hosier, William 123 Houlihan, Bobby 48, 54, 120 Houston, Doug 123 Howard, Jack 114 Howard, James 120 Howard, John 120 Howard, Kirby Howard, Margie 117 Huddleston, Leonard 123 Huffman, Cheryl A. 72, 73, 76, 85, 89, 111 Hunt, Debbie 123 Hunt, Ronnie 123 Hunt, Sheryl 92, 120 Ireland, Roger 117 Ireland, Laura 123 Ireland, Michael James, Scott 123 Johnson, James 12, 46, 51, 59, 70, 103 Johnson, John 48, 54, 64, 120 Johnson, Tracy A. 10, 61, 70, 74, 76, 79, 111 Joy, David 117 Joy, Rebekah 85, 92, 120 Joy, Susan E. 72, 85, 89, 111 Joy, Teresa 72, 74, 75, 76, 85, 103 Judy, Lance 120 Judy, Mark 117 Judy, Tony Kasamis, Cristina 61, 76, 79, 85, 114 Kasamis, Doug 16, 48, 54, 65, 96, 123 Kasamis, Mike 46, 51, 69, 74, 79, 103 Kaufman, Daniel 69, 70, 83, 103 Kaufman, Scott 48, 54, 120 Keaffaber, Rob 12, 46, 51, 57, 70, 71, 74, 114 Keffaber, Tony 48, 54, 65, 68, 123 Kellems, Jesse 114 Kellems, Vicky 117 Kelly, Debra 79, 115 Kelly, Kevin 8, 44, 45, 51, 57, 104 Kelly, Kyle 54, 65, 120 Keppel, Teresa 41, 70, 72, 74, 76, 77, 84, 104 Key, John 117 King, Angle 92, 120 Kirtlan, Stanley 54, 96, 120 Kisner, Modena 70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 79, 82, 85, 89, 104 Kitchen, Linda 64, 96, 120 Kitchen, Lisa 14, 20, 64, 115 Kline, Randall 54, 59, 117 Kline, Sally R. 69, 93, 111 Kline, Todd 54, 120 Knee, Lori 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 85, 89, 104 Knoblock, Pat 54, 64, 123 Knotts, Randall 79, 117 Kochenour, Bob 46, 57, 115 Kochenour, Dennis 123 Kochenour, Pam 104 Kopis, Douglas Kramer, Rita 120 Kramer, Rosalee 10, 35, 76, 85, 87, 115 Krom, James 48, 64, 96, 123 Krom, Terry 34, 79, 115 Krom, Todd 120 Krom, Tony D. Ill Laferney, James 123 Lane, Nancy 30, 61, 117 Lane, Sally 59, 74, 76, 79, 82, 85, 111 Lane, Tim 59, 104 Lawrence, Jeffrey 64, 96, 120 Lawrence, Tamara 70, 72, 76, 88, 115 Leach, Rick 40, 84, 104 Leisure, Kevin 115 Leisure, Mike 115 Leisure, Steven 48, 120 Lewis, Tina 85, 123 Lindzy, Ken 48, 54, 59, 117 Lindzy, Tara 64, 120 Long, Cynthia 96, 120 Long, Lori 121 Long, IVIartha R. 73, 74, 75, 76, 85, 111 Long, Scott 54, 123 Long, Sherri K. 57, 59, 74, 76, 79, 85, 86, 111 Long, Sue 96, 120 Losher, IVIark S. Ill Losher, IVIichelle 61, 72, 117 Lucas, IMichelle 34, 72, 82, 117 Lundquist, Fred 79, 115 Lundquist, Jody 117 Lutz, Mark A. 31, 53, 59, 111 Lyons, Brian 117 Lyons, Valerie J. 72, 73, 76, 82, 85, 89, 111 Macalaso, Robert 123 Marks, Chris L. 115 Martin, Cindy 32, 68, 70, 72, 74, 75, 85, 93 Martin, John L 40, 104 Martindale, Kent 46, 51, 74, 79, 104 Martindale, Lisa 85, 117 Martindale, Tom 46, 51, 74, 79, 104 Mast, Missy 8, 9, 22, 59, 68, 72, 73, 74, 76, 79, 85, 86, 100, 104 Meston, Mark 105 Metz, Greg 96, 124 Metz, Trisha 85, 120 Metzger, Dan 48, 54, 120 Metzger, Michael C. 46, 74, 79 Metzger, Robert L 111 Meyer, Mariann 82, 117 Meyer, Mark 49, 124 Miller, Debra 85, 92, 121 Miller, Ed. M. 65, 124 Miller, Gary 121 Miller, Greg W. 115 Miller, Michelle 96, 121 Miller, William 64 Minnear, Julie 85, 117 Miracle, Allen 69, 70, 105 Miracle, Elvin Miracle, Teresa A. Mofford, Charles 124 Monce, Kenneth L. 115 Monce, Ricky D. 34, 79, 82, 115 Moon, Jeff 57 Moon, Larry Moore, Dene 121 Morrison, Lee Ann 12, 13, 22, 70, 71, 75, 76, 85, 105 Mowery, Jeffery 48, 54, 117 Mowery, Rhonda K. 70, 76, 77, 88, 115 Meyers, Debbie A. 41, 84, 104 McColley, Charles 123 McCord, Peg 105 Mclntire, Lolita 70, 72, 73, 77, 85, 105 McKee, Delores 92, 120 McKee, Kelly D. 82, 111 McKee, Keith 120 McKenzie, David M. 49, 70, 93, 115 McKillip, Amy 64, 96, 120 McKillip, Mina 96, 123 McKinley, Marceil A. 74, 76, 111 McKinney, Anthony 120 McKinney, Teresa K. Ill McLean, Christopher 120 McVoy, Tim E. 51, 79, ' 115 Neal, Charles 46, 185 Neal, Melinda 117 Neal, Teresa S. 79, 93, 111 Nelson, David 92, 121 Newcomer, Beth 117 Newcomer, Donna 92, 121 Newsome, Hayes Niccum, Lori L. 72, 76, 77, 111 Niverson, Rhonda 117 Niverson, Wayne 121 Nordman, Ronald 124 Norman, Brian 121 Norman, Danette 96, 121 Norman, Edward A. 82, 111 Norwood, Helen D. 122 Norwood, Sam 124 Odell, Troy 117 Ogan, Rich 54, 79, 83, 117 Olah Martin 124 Oldenkamp, James R. 59, 112 Olmstead, Beth A. 49, 70, 71, 72, 75, 76, 85, 112 Olmstead, David 48, 54, 64, 124 Overman, Eric 112 Owen, Cindy 105 Owen, Dorothy 118 Palmer, Cheryl 96, 121 Palmer, Cindy A. 76, 115 Parker, Dorothy Parker, Helen 115 Patton, Julie 121 Patton, Noble 112 Patton, Rita 77, 82, 118 Patton, Scott 124 Pefley, Lynne 17, 70, 71, 72, 73, 76, 85, 112 Pefley, Susan 64, 85, 96, 124 Phillips, Marvin 79, 118 Plant, Patricia 30, 36, 85, 86, 89, 118 Plant, Polly 36, 70, 72, 76, 85, 87, 112 Plough, Audrey 23, 69, 70, 75, 105 Polk, Thomas W. 46, 51, 57, 115 Poole, Robert Powell, John 96, 124 Powell, Wesena 118 Pownall, Greg 46, 59, 79, 105 Prater, Mander 46, 57, 72, 83, 112 Prater, Vanessa 61, 72, 77 93, 118 Proctor, Bridgette 115 Quinn, Tim 48, 118 Reahard, Angela 87, 96, 124 Reahard, Chris 96, 124 Reahard, Kristie 124 Reahard, Mona 72, 76, 93, 105 Reahard, Ricky 48, 54, 96, 121 Reahard, Teresa 70, 76, 77, 92, 93, 112 Reed, Brian D. 46, 115 Reed, Chris 64, 124 Reed, Elizabeth 76, 77, 112 Rees, Julie 14, 15, 73, 87, 96, 121 Reiken, Timothy 64, 72, 121 Renbarger, Julie 10, 11, 68, 85, 88, 118 Rensberger, Cambi 51, 112 Rensberger, Larry 121 Resler, Floyd 121 Rice, G. Ed 118 Rice, Jane 61, 72, 73, 74, 79, 105 Rice, Kathy 72, 112 Rice, Laurie 64, 68, 96, 124 Rice, Susan 61, 85, 118 Rice, Teresa 69, 70, 75, 83, 105 Richardson, Jeffrey 48, 54, 96, 124 Richardson, Melvin 118 Richardson, Scott 54, 79, 118 Ridenour, Michele 115 Rife, Carl 118 Ringel, Edward 121 Risher, Anne, D. 70, 72, 76, 85, 115 Robinson, Michael 112 Rogers, Steve 53, 69, 105 Rogers, Tina Rogers, Tina L. 61, 76, 93, 115 Roseberry, Judy 121 Ross, Andy J. 51, 115 Ross, Randall 40, 112 Samons, David A. 115 Samond, Lauri 121 Samons, Rob 48, 54, 65, 124 Sampson, Chris 14, 46, 52, 53, 58, 59, 74, 105 Sander, Scott 21, 105 Sanders, Sue 21, 84, 93, 106 Sausaman, David 115 Sausaman, Linda 41, 69, 76, 84, 85, 86, 106 Schaaf, Scott 106 Schaaf, Jeff 112 Schaaf, Karen 92, 121 Schaaf, Ron 106 Schafer, Charles 41, 46, 79, 82, 106 Schenkel, Susan 61, 118 Schnepp, Beth 70, 72, 74, 76, 85, 89, 112 Schnepp, Dennis 53, 112 Schnepp, Todd 41, 112 Schuler, David 118 Schueir, Deanna 68, 69, 70, 74, 76, 85, 106 Schuler, Mark 79 Schuler, Mike 54, 96, 121 Schuleer, Trent A. 79 Schuler, Trina 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 85, 106 Schultz, Beth 96 Schultz, Joe 48, 121 Schultz, Walter 48, 118 Schultz, William 8 Schuster, Doug 84, 106 Seeley, Don 118 Sesco, Lisa 64, 72, 121 Sesco, Rick 51, 57, 70, 79, 115 Shafer, Randall S. 59, 115 Shafer, Steven 44, 45, 53, 64, 115 Shafer, Timothy 48, 54, 121 Shambaugh, Tracy 96, 121 Shaw, Mary 85, 96, 121 Shear, Debbie 64, 85, 96, 124 Shelton, Derrick 48, 124 Shelton, Maurice 106 Shepherd, Delinda 92, 121 Shepherd, Gwendolyn 64, 124 Sheperd, John 112 Sheperd, Mary Ann 124 Shoemaker, Tim T. 79, 115 Shultz, Beth 124 Siders, Debra 14, 36, 61, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, 79, 85, 112 Siders, Rhonda 106 Simpson, Bill 79, 106 Simpson, Teri 121 Sinclair, Bernard H. 48, 96, 124 Sinclair, Cindy 68, 69, 70, 72, 75, 76, 77, 106 Sinclair, Eric 48, 96, 121 Sinclair, Kyle 112 Singer, David 8, 44, 45, 48, 57, 118 Singer, Dirk 56, 96, 124 Skaggs, Mike 70, 71, 73, 106 Slater, Deanne 115 Slee, Camilla J. 70, 7 , 115 Slee, Cevin Jeff 46, 79, 106 Slee, Jacquelin C. 115 Slisher, Marsha 69, 74, 76, 85, 106 Slisher, Renate 96, 121 Smedley, Derhonda 93, 118 Smith, Jay 48, 124 Smith, Kimberly A. 124 Smith, Kimberly S. 64, 124 Smith, Paul 107 Smith, Scott 121 Smith, Sharon 96, 121 Smith, Steffany 121 Snavely, Myra 118 Snyder, Keith 124 Snyder, Carrie 121 Southworth, Jeff 121 Southworth, Robin 72, 73, 76, 79, 107 Sparks, Beverly 112 Sparling, Dan 48, 51, 118 Spradlin, Connie 124 Squires, Beth 64, 71, 72, 83, 85, 96, 124 Staggs, Tammy 82 Staggs, Terry 70, 72, 74, 79, 112 Stanley, Cindy 64, 85, 96, 124 Stanley, Darreld D. 51, 79, 115- Staton, Pama 96 Steele, John 115 Steele, Jim 112 Steele, Kyle 41, 112 Stefanatos, Nicole 96, 121 Stein, Diana 70, 71, 76, 84, 112 Stein, Julia 118 Stevens, Jamie Stevens, Jerome D. 115 Stevens, Jody Stevens, Joni Stouffer, Jenny 73, 74, 76, 79, 107 Stouffer, Rick 79, 112 Stouffer, Roger D. 115 Strange, Mickey 68, 70, 93, 107 Strange, Sam 79, 115 Swan, Bob 8, 46, 53, 59, 93, 107 Swart, Diane 30, 36, 68, 85, 86, 88, 118 Sweet, Douglas R. 68, 115 Sweet, Lori 68, 72, 87, 121 Sweet, Mike 48, 54, 65, 124 Swihart, Shirley 118 Swope, Jolene 41, 76, 84, 107 Tackett, Iris 12, 13, 41, 68, 70, 71, 72, 74, 76, 77, 84, 85, 92, 107, 120 Tarter, Robert 79, 107 Terrel, Brenda 112 Terrel, David 124 Thompson, Jackie 93, 107 Thomson, Tammy 64, 96, 124 Thompson, Tom 124 Tiede, Julianne 87, 96, 121 Tiede, Kathryn 36, 72, 118 Tiede, Frank 14, 15, 112 Titus, Scott 48, 54, 65, 124 Tomlinson, Bruce 112 Tonovitz, Lynnette 85, 87, 124 Townsend, Donald 8, 9, 107 Townsend, Robert 124 Treska, Beth 64, 85, 96, 124 Treska, Bob 68, 82, 107 Trump, Bruce 48, 54, 96, 124 Trump, Gary 48, 49, 54, 93, 118 Tryee, Marvin 112 Tucker, Mary 64, 124 Tudor, Kelly 124 Tully, Linda 74, 112 Tully, Terry 46, 107 Tyner, Tory 53, 112 Unger, Diane 41, 70, 72, 76, 84, 92, 93, 107 Unger, Richard 53, 58, 59, 74, 112 Urschei, Anne 87, 124 VanBuskirk, Peter J. 46, 51, 116 Vandermark, Daniel 48, 64, 121 Vandermark, Sharon 76, 84, 85, 107 VanPetten, Denise 96, 124 VanMeter, Perry 10, 11, 112 VanMetter, Scott 121 Vigar, Timothy 65, 124 Vigar, Tom 107 Vrooman, Amy 22, 14, 15, 76, 84, 85, 86, 108 Vrooman, Nathan A. 46, 49, 53, 115 Wagers, Tim 108 Wagner, Geth 96, 124 Wagner, Dawn 85, 86, 93, 118 Wagner, Mark 79, 82, 112 Wagner, Susan 93 Waldon, Jeff 40, 46, 51, 74, 108 Waldon, Russell A. 51, 115 Ward, Deaitra 118 Warford, Douglas 48, 51, 57, 118 Warnock, Deborah 12, 13, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 68, 85, 92, 93, 100, 108 Warnock, Jeff 53, 59, 114 Warren, Roy Watkins, Debra 121 Watson, Michelle 121 Watts, Martin E. 79, 115 Weaver, Ray 70, 71, 72, 74, 92, 93, 112 Weesner, Sherri L. 72, 76, 85, 93, 115 Weisman, Dawn 72, 73, 85, 96, 124 Weitzel, Larry 48, 121 West, James 118 White, Cynthia 70, 76, 79, 59, 85, 112 White, Samuel 48, 54, 124 Wilcox, Douglas 48, 124 Wilcox, Duane J. 53, 68, 115 Wilhelm, Larry D. 88 Wilhelm, Lisa J. 76, 85, 93, 115 Williams, David 121 Williams, Faith 70, 73, 93, 108 Williams, Jeffery 118 Williams, Mark 124 Williams, Roy 115 Wilson, Gina 69, 71, 73, 75, 92, 112 Wilson, Sheila M. 70, 71, 76, 77, 92, 115 Wilson, Tari 118 Wilson, Toni 35, 92, 121 Wilson, Wanda 75, 76, 108 Winterrowd, Christopher 121 Winters, Deborah 10, 11, 68, 74, 75, 76, 89, 112 Winters, Marcia 92, 121 Winters, Robert 124 Woodward, Paul 54, 121 Working, Mary 76, 112 Wright, Bryan L. 76, 77, 85, 115 Wright, Lori A. 64, 85, 124 Wright, Mary Kay 121 Wrisk, Clinton 121 Wrisk, Lance 121 Wuensch, Tony 121 Yentes, Yentes, Yentes, Yentes, 115 Yocum, Yocum, 108 Yocum, Yocum, Young, Young, Young, 114 Caria 70, 76, 85, 112 Nancy 96, 121 Nora 36, 85, 86, 118 Tamara 72, 76, 77, Becky 108 Cheryl 74, 76, 79, 86, Dewayne 96, 124 Tracy 85, 118 Geraldine 82, 84, 108 Jeff 41, 108 Leslie A. 76, 88, 93, Ziner, Charles 112 f ' It ' s done!!! The editors (Cindy, Cindy and Debbie) would like to thank all those who helped make this year a success. It was a big under- taking with inexperienced editors such as ourselves and most of the members of the Shield Staff. All the copy, captions, lay- outs, ads, typing, etc. that we thought wouldn ' t ever get done was finally finished. It isn ' t easy to publish a yearbook! We want to wish Beth and Lori the best of luck next year and hope that the staff will be more dedicated to them than they were to us. May they meet all the deadlines and get along well with their representatives, staff members and MRS. KITT. We hope that through this year- book you can look back on happy memories; like Homecoming, the Girls Basketball Sectional Vic- tory, the Prom, and the crowds who attended " Oliver " . A special thanks to Mr. Werking for taking many of our pictures for nothing. I would like to say thank you to the girls this year. It is a much tougher job making a yearbook when you have a part time job which all the girls did this year. Thanks again for pulling us through. Mrs. Kitt 144 Editors ' laSTATf
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