Northmont High School - Bolt Yearbook (Clayton, OH)

 - Class of 1973

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' 'f ' ' Q a UQ? ,n 'o -firmly-r Af- va-v. . Q..-Q. 1 'ov U", 5 Q Ep .J I: .gl'x,'f D ' X X' .x A -of F1 - U fag ,ms fl Y nixu. ,J " .r -iw f v' . l, jab O' J fD 4944 6 X QQ 42 Generations come and go but it makes no difference. The sun rises and sets and hurries around to rise again. The wind blows south and north, here and there, twisting back and forth, getting nowhere. The rivers run into the sea but the sea is never full, and the water returns again to the rivers, and flows again to the sea . . . Everything is unut- terably weary and tiresome. No matter how much we see, we are never satisfiedg no matter how much we hear, we are never content. Reach Out In Picture Frames lt's O.K. to plan tomorrow and to look ahead, A little bit that is to see that hungry mouths are fed. But what a pity to ignore the beauty of right now, to savor every precious minute if we could learn how. lt's O.K. to plan tomorrow that we have to do, For when you make a promise then you've got to see it through But always reaching for tomorrow seems to me a shame, Then life becomes a whole lot like an empty picture frame. CONSIDER NOW THE LILY by Ralph Carmichael r ,ar., s JJ Copyright 1969 by LEXICON MUSIC, INC. All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured. Used by Special Permission Performance rights licensed through ASCAP. 3 ef fag Q' , lf' ., ,if Ti ff "' I K .. s 1? by b f i 2: V if - J , f L ' fi' ' , E fag, . , , A 'K i a , . M , V1 J: K .f"4-V if T. 5 5' 5 - , 5 ' 5' ' - ' ff .Q . 4 " . N Q ,KM X K ' ' Y xxx 9 X 'X am 7 31 M Q 'P 'fe X. if ,I , 1 I Agn Mr 'S I if " as 'fu uf' 8 f Q AW Q, 3 5 ' .i lk ,Ms QV ' Ik ' :law gg? My W xx i M., g fx Q1 Images of Time are bound Let me live only to do And let me do only to live My steel image comes with the sun And that's where it slumbers now. Artificial flowers cannot die for life within them is illusion. Figures made of pedigrees control the non- existent soul of John Smith. Walk the creature let it run but slacken not the rope to which it's bound. Ships in bottles cannot sail and neither can a tombstone kill a feat- her. Kings are nothing more with- out the glory and the wealth behind their thinking. Let me feel the choice of seeing dawn or setting sun before I die. Myriads of painted faces rush behind the eye of the uncertain. Grace my hand. TA LISMAN-by Cummings-Bachman from the album "American Women". .wil ,R . ...- ...-- --fa-nuns ,4,.,-..- - W J ,, f vi ' E ,, ,A,.4 ,lv W .iff y 3 " ,A , W Jiwigwf, Y' ,5 441--v 4,1-W , X - ag: ,2g,,vL,L f 1 M 'G ' :'1Qf??," . . . , qii,.L:K?, , ..,. ,, - Q: m :vEgS,'5, fm, I "' N K i , ,awp 3' W, f. . 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PROPER STRANGEF1 by Randy Bachman 84 Burton Cummings ICI Copyright 1969 by Cirrus Music, Toronto, Ontario, Canada All rights for the U.S.A. controlled by DUN- BAR MUSIC, INC., 1133 Avenue Of The Americas, New York, New York 10036 Life Flows on From Within ou and Without ou Again l looked throughout the earth and saw that the swiftest person does not always win the race, nor the strongest man the battle, and that wise men are often poor, and skillful men are not necessarily famous but it is all by chance, by happening to be at the right place at the right time, xl, ' ADMINSTRATIDN and TEACHERS Ll5 + Mi.. .1 fx. Y -. 1 N A -'S -snr-fi-+4 The Big Three Mr. Fasick and Jim Chin talk things over . . . Mr. Johnston feels "the split sessions are a success." lVlr. Johnston, the principal, Mr. Fasick, the assistant principal, and Mr. DiRocco, the administration as- sistant, have some strong views con- cerning Northmont. When asked if they considered the split sessions a success, their reply was, "For our purpose, yes, it is the only thing we can do right now in order to meet the state requirements." They ad- mitted that they were a little sur- prised at the success of the split schedule, saying, "actuaIly, it turn- ed out better than we expected it to." The administration realizes the disadvantages of the split sessions. After-school jobs, and extracurricu- lar activities are restricted because of the schedule. Their views on the smoking situation were in one sen- tence: "As long as the board ruling stands, there is nothing that can be done about it." There is one maior thing that they would like to change at Northmont, and that is "to get back to a normal school day, and as soon as possible. It will make everyone, especially students and parents, happy when we get back to a normal schedule." The fact was brought up that for extra- curricular activities, there would be better facilities for them on a reg- ular schedule. School is to get an education, and the students need to respect this. They feel that academ- ically, with the students being able to choose their courses, Northmont is great! Mr. DiRocco and Tim Flotterman, . . . no generation gap there! They're Not All Bad . . . They're Great' , , ,,l, , ki. 5, 1 ,sf Mrs. Knoopsecretarv BE LOW: Mrs. Saurman-Secretary Mrs. Meyette-Secretary f 273, " i 'M ff N. ' sf' ine, -Q--N, Guidance ls VVS ,, WL ns X 7 xv' had Miss Murphy has a full schedule everyday. Miss Fritch enjoys getting involved in school activities. v ii -S W-......., 12 Mr. Bretton concentrates on a tough problem. X r The Key To Understanding ln 1972-73, your counselors at Northmont High School found their place in time to be a time of change. Some of the changes were the result of the twelve period extended day, the addition of mini-courses in social studies and English, and our first experience with computer scheduling. Those were the changes which tested flexibility, dispositions and endurance in September. Mr. Bratton, Miss Fritch, Miss Murphy and Mrs. Morris share the individual counseling responsibilities. Some changes in ways of communicating information have been implemented. Small group interpretation of tests has been initiated. Availability of a counselor to discuss financial aid with small groups of students at specified times was tried. Printed memos about deadlines, job opportunities and scholarships were distributed. A counselor from the Ohio State Employment Service visited some senior classes, the adult counselor from JVS discussed JVS Adult Education programs with senior business classes. With this knowledge and understanding of yourself, your aptitudes and interests, you can be helped to set realistic goals, make decisions and assume responsibility for carrying out your plans. Miss Fritch and Jeff Balch discuss a schedule change. -4- i .at Mrs. Morris is always on her toesl Mrs. Wright, a busy secretary, delights in helping everyone. 13 l972- 73 Brings I , l l 1 K, 5 ' s 5 ' .4 793 W sv K5 75... . i l Mrs. Rosser, head of the English Department, enjoys teaching the students Shakes- Mrs. Woodruff, likes to share her vast amount of knowledge with her basic English peare. I4 classes. Mr. Dill, well-liked by his students, receives a Christmas gift. hange In English Department 9'-gf kg Miss Squires uses wild gestures in teaching. Time seems to be of great relevance to most people and relevance has changed along with time. Let us take Northmont High SchooI's English Department for an example of how relevance has changed with time. Five or ten years ago English was merely HAMLET and sen- tence structure. Oh, there was a little more but nothing that would keep one's adrenalin flow continuing. Now here we are in 1973 with all sorts of students with minds, ideas and preferences. That seems to be the very reason behind the English, pass-fail mini-classes. Each class has become a nine-week experience where l'm sure more has been about not only literature but life. While some stu- dents may take advantage of the situa- tion and do bare, minimal work to pass, most probably have more self pride and work as if they were getting a grade. ln a critique of the new English class sys- tems, Doug Greenfield felt that "classes are too large. Due to the excessive sizes of the classrooms lattendancel there is much more confusion and the more confusion the less the class produces . . Such classes as Humanities, Readi- ness is All, Minorities Through Litera- ture and others have as many as 42 stu- dents everyday. Doug also felt that the time element is a nuisance and presents a suggestion for extending the classes: "To change English classes into two- period sessions." BELOW: Mrs. Pansing likes being on the same level as the students. iiinst:..L ,L A V f ...N-N, Mrs. Gottschalk sinks into a poet-led discussion. -5 l ......-,bl 455 1 QF' f :ff we' , z,,, Q13 ' :Q 1 Zigi 33521: A 1 ew J.. R22 mg, 1 vw'-ff, sv'- hv 'stf- '-:Bu 'iii-3 -. 1 ,21E:Q?e1f ' f ili zxtgg ., 'i::f,,1f2:g,f-Q: , fl I i2ai:g,z- 1' . f x f uw ,gg r, el ' I N K .S X ' ' r ' - r f V -2' is ,, f N , . 3 , Q 'fn ' z 3 , ' . 1 ' 5 . . '43 4 1 K. 'ar .', Y K Ii' 3 D . V - .-fy 'sz22r,1x":- . Qg ,X , 4 eg .fgllzg , xy11,.g gf , fiiqil. P- v .Yun- cv SNR '- gb N.. nf. 5".': Q5 ,FWS vw A , ,. N ,rf f .fx x f 1 1 'af ,iff W- 'af , In P?', 'Q- Q-5,3 Qt. -iff mm- f. gg' bv" . , "- -- 4'1i7"?"Q ".'v. ' VT-, ""' -N Qu 9' ' -'lF,'-'- ' , Q r 'a 4 -'5f:'ff --5. , -4'-1: M , ' 1. 4 ,r lv V ' ., ',, 01 ' ' fi , 5---f. .' , Q V Q, X , f 'I fr., X- ,--. g qsvav, . 1. Q. an . Q. 'Qi--.., S15 -34 rang I ,in Q, U W-s Q'2."f,!" .....g,'4' 9 . 97, V 'I ff 1' s 9 , - H , if ,F if . ' N: 2 PM 4 5 1 5 . A ' 1:3 , N r Q .Q 4 W 5 se' s " e 4 3 ,A - ,K-.5 .ae 4 1 ,I 5. fl ... fr 4. , .. 5 K.. 3 '25, - . 4 Mrs. Brady likes the students to express themselves. Q:-. www " 3 FV: 5 was 5: ,Q . sf 5, X ,A g A L , 4 4. J. 3 .3 34 2 2 SE f K , 1 s 3 1' I 3' .- A v' .4 v:,w ' . f , 2' .. .. 1 Q s . , -- 2, aww. A , . M vm, . yoga, I .4 f 2.52 ggi, Q 1 'Q 4: Q ., w 1. V ff . . V ' "7 Qi .gif . . . 1 S: .. Q I , ' 2 3 , " Mr. Specht enjoys being the Drama Club's advisor. More English Student teachers: From left to right: Miss Hooper, Mr. Heben, Mr. Archdecon, Miss Wissel, Miss Wolanien, Mr. Piwnicki. I7 A library is a storeroom for information and Northmont's is no exception. Here printed materials are available for the student body and faculty to borrow. Throughout the year Cathy Woodruff, Kathy Kelly, Debbie Heise, Lynn Koller, Karima Harchaoui, Denise Hos- chouer and Fluth Klarin have given up one or more study halls and have work- ed in assisting Mrs. Goodwin and Mrs. Hocker in performing various tasks from wwe shhi No Talking '-vu-.A ,san ,,K..em . ' ' f 1' Cathy Woodruff, Ruth Klarin, Lynn Koller, Kathy Kelly, Debbie Heise, Denise Hoschouer, Karima Harchaoui. checking out books to printing new cards. N x E 1 t 1 'ix sw. K i I ,J '--if 4' 4 . f' Mrs. Goodwin and Mrs. Hocker check invoices for new-book orders. ? 1- 3' ii S- -NN: Get With It In Health The Health classes this year studied the traditional subjects such as: How Man Has Fought Diseaseg How the Community Protects Health: Affects of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Drugs on the Body and How the Body Works. Classes were conducted by Mr. Booher and Miss Newcomb. . Physical Education at Northmont High School is an integral part of school curriculum. To develop a stronger program, several changes were implemented to move away from traditional approaches. The activities were organized to provide a great opportunity for stu- dents to achieve a greater degree of self-realization and to include an understanding of what is involved in the movement. The result, is learning in the cognitive active as well as psychomotor domain. The entire Phys. Ed. program is wed, in the co-ed program. The range of skill in each class is increased, to meet the individual needs of students contracts were developed for many of the units. The contracts are to provide and to insure progression. Students pro- gress through respective contracts at their own rate as fun as skill and development allow. This enables highly skilled students to pro- gress rapidly and removes pressure from other students to progress beyond capabilities. The students are given the opportunity to select activities they want to participate in. These activities cover a wide range from touch football to golf. K. Miss Newcomb laughs with her health class. if 5990 ,- fi 9 g i i M5 i S .5 . f.. .1 ,fn 1 "S" lr? z ihf' V? MQW 5 ff? if ws 513251-5 Q ,I 1 .5 s,NtvlIJF-if A K , Q, 3 ,..mw Unite Mr. Long takes a great interest in the German club and piano. Mrs. Eidemiller relaxes with a friend. The three different worlds of foreign language, French, Spanish, and German are both exciting and important in the furthering of student knowledge. The students are learning the literature and composi- tion in addition to the speaking skills of their lang- uage. The culture and backgrounds of the language are also important. Students agree that they like the informality with which the classes are conducted and the flexibility of the teachers. Being able to talk with the teacher plays a big part in helping students get involved in learning. A few of the activities of the language classes this year were: Spanish classes saw the movie "lVlan of La lVlancha" at the Dabel Cinema: Third year Spanish also went to Vandalia Butlerg Ger- man classes gave plays in German to elementary schools and went "German" Christmas caroling. The French classes have plans to go to Kings lsland in June and and tentative plans to go to a French restau- rant in Sandusky, Ohio. When a language student was asked if he thought the course was worth his time he replied, "Definitely! ln addition to advancing my language background, I have learned about people and life, sharing and enjoying 'the little things!'." x X . . . "Can Be Fun" 1 The old saying still holds, "you make a class what it is." ln the past, mathematics was considered just adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Today at Northmont, we are very fortunate to have areas of math such as: Algebra 1 and 2, Modern Geometry, Calculus and Aviation Education. Math students agree that they like the way the teachers express and teach in a "good manner" and the students learn from them. Math is a subject the students will use every day and in their future careers. When a student was asked if he would change the class in any way he replied "I wouIdn't change a thing about the class, because we have fun, but still we learn something." So one can see, math can be fun too. i i t -we Mr. Peters grabs a little shut-eye in study hall. 'bm afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Mabry and the youngster. Mr. Flavin checks over a homework assignment. 25 K I E x 5 N N w 5 ,. . . ff -F F If up vu ' x The Science Department this year really got things together. The courses this year went anywhere from Earth Science to Physics. The students participated in labs as well as class discussions. The courses went as follows: lVlrs. Jenkins-Earth Science Chemistry l. Mr. Ramsey-Physics and Physical Science. Mr. Deme- triades-Biology I, ll, and Physiology and Technical Terminology. lVlr. Egan-Chemistry I, and ll. And Nlrs. Fritz-Chemistry I and Physical Science .. TOP LEFT: Ralph Ramsey chuckles at a student anecdote. BOTTOM LEFT: George Demetriades laughs with his "friend". BELOW: Fran Jenkins creates her summer ward- robe. Life In merica - lf : P ffi -if2Effii'fv?fg f' Xi EZ? i 5. . ,.,gs,,,,A .W f . 3 Past And Education 5. . L L 5 h ' -wt, . if-'4t'1'1'iv:s-it ' TTL. ' 4, ,J qfk- -' - 335 ,I . X: gd ,f 7321: '. 'L A. ' K t . . -sanyo 'Ah 1 f V ' 1-fluftgsi' ' X V '- . V A- ima" '. " ' '55 fs Q. at-gisfh i is 'fs nik M ,ggwsv 5. . A . ..xl f t. s., s,-we , 1 t Q o sg. as -ff: - Larry Christman, former civics teacher, walks toward the office with cam- Gary Denlinger, Civics teacher, makes his point. paign thoughts on his mind. 28 'S-V., 4-., .Q Sheldon Carr comments during class discussion. Present 1 ,V .2 Mlyg I , 'ffilf' . N. .3-F' f, Y' Y' l .few 7 s, ' t we ..f 'a 2' 51 gig. Q ggf-1- . ,fl '. ...J w s- :M hflizlgs 't 'ff . , ,.. . is 5 313133, .g ' 'VL , 'ij' -5 , A . ,'. .' 'H Nag, sg, , -,f4:'ft:Tf' , A Vital Part Of The Social Studies Department saw some changes in the 1972-73 school year: the loss of a teacher, the addition of a new one, teachers teaching new classes, and the change to quarter courses. Many new areas of study were opened to students in Civics and Ameri- can History. Howard Rowley expressed his view of one Civics class, Contemporary Isms, as a "provoca- tive experience" and the speakers from Ex-Cons For a Better Society and the Emergency Action Coalition were interesting additions to the regular classroom work. He still felt that adjustments should be made in teachers' lecture styles and that changing the grading system to a pass-fall as in the English Department. Outside of the required history and Civics there were the electives. Quite a few new courses were added to the list of last year's electives. Among these were Anthropology, being a new class, there were the usual problems with new equipment and how to teach the class as Sheldon Carr will probably assure anyone who asks. The class was a very general introduction to the basics of Physical and a little of cul- tural anthropology. The student interviewed concerning the class felt that a few field trips would have improved the class but overall it was very interesting. One of the continued, elective, social studies classes was marriage and family living taught by Leslie Nason. The class got involved in small group session to learn how to communicate more openly with each other. Role playing family situations also were tried. The students we discussed the class with especially enjoyed the open, unstructured atmosphere of the class. This made learning something more personal and involving. All in all the unstructured classes, and the variation of the old, previously dull classes made this school year a very interesting school year. Robert Davis, American history teacher, gets involved in the relaxed atmosphere of quarter courses. iifwf -Q... l, j Y V 'f n ffesmlmix W W , 9 , 1. li Qi -. ' 5' 3 1 f ,Q " 1' .. lg- As ff .1 3:33 ' mx if 'll ... Alone 812 ISSN", fhiflks Mrs. Gueflihef. Mrs. Kriner explains the grading scam' ugnxfsfssmggn new-me ll-nv-my --4-wana-1. 4 Mrs. Wolfinger greets her students Business ls Where lt's At 355 ' . W, g,,,.....,., ...M l yr Everything changes with time, and Northmont's lusiness Department is certainly an example of nhange. Areas such as: B.O.E., I.O.E., Business llath, Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Typing have great deal to do with our ever-changing society. lusiness furthers the knowledge of the students nd provides them with the necessary skills they need for a successful career in the future. lVlost of he students will agree they like the relaxed tmosphere that the teachers present, which nakes learning a little easier. ln B.O.E. and .E. the girls enjoy having privileges similar to se given in a business office: Such as fifteen nute breaks between periods, and not needing ass to leave the room. The B.O.E. girls have nad bake sales and have sold candy throughout he year. A student comments, "There are not nough machines at times, and, therefore, too nany people on one machine. And the desks are bit too small for when a lot of papers are used t one time." But these few inconviences can't be lelped because of the limited space. Despite hese inconviences the girls are receiving expert raining in the secretarial areas. The use of dif- erent machines, accounting, and filing are a few if the worthwhile subjects being taught. In lookkeeping students are learning the payroll ystem and how to become a successful book- eeper. Most bookkeeping students will agree hat the most important part is understanding. lhorthand is basically taking dictation, learning .ow to write it and reading back from shorthand otes. At times it does get rough, the students gree nothing can compare with the satisfaction ine receives from getting a good grade on a trans- ription. General Business involves the students 1 working mathematical problems pertaining to iusiness. Balancing checkbooks and budgets, fill- wg out a check and a bank statement are just a w of the abilities learned in this class. Typing cludes learning how to type business letters and 'ianuscripts correctly and efficiently for future se in an office. So, in conclusion, one can see lusiness is where it's happening for today's 'oung people. .O ho ni P Mr. Schreel keeps smiling, though, at times it's tough . . . Mrs. Wolfinger always gets her point across ,,-,,s...,. , X A 5 , 'xl gs: Mrs. Van Nostrand seems not too pleased with the grades. MTS- Guemhl-ll' 9l1i0YS Hn Bf1eI'n00n with he' SON Mr. Backus presents a relaxed atmosphere in his classes. 1 H . . -V ff: M 1- K, ji -.fggfyi ,. ixsiii ' ,Q-Q .Q " fa ,L Qfrii fill' MJQ' an-aff w Fran Bolinger looks away from Imy's desk, appalled. gulf, -'wiggl- Student works under pressure of a timed typing test. Our course of study revolved around three areas this year: classwork, office work, and club activities. ln class we developed our skills in typing, office machines, business math, business English, filing, and office practice. We discussed good human relations and business behavior. And we also engaged in "girl talk" and "what are little girls made of", today's version. lVlr. Jordon, from the Farmers 84 Merchants Bank came to class and introduced us to the world of finance. We learned how to open a checking account--and savings accounts, too. Later, we learned about our income tax returns. Miss Carlin came from General Telephone and gave us some hints on applying for jobs. We finally learned what to put down on a job application for "salary desired", lYou put "open", of course.l Then we went to work. Using our skills, enthusiasm, and eagerness to learn, we successfully fulfilled our job expectations. We found an exciting, busy world of activity outside our classroom. We got our own desk, typewriter, telephone, and . . . a boss! But we worked hard and were rewarded with full time job offers, opportunity for paid future training and schooling, and some of us got nice Christmas bonuses. To show our appreciation to the people who gave us an opportunity to learn about the world of week, we invited them to our annual employer appreciation banquet at the Brown Derby in May. We planned the entire affair and made all the arrangements. After work, we had some fun together. We went to breakfast, had a pizza party, went to Ponderosa for dinner and a Christmas exchange, and had a bridal shower. lt seems we ate a lot this year, too. We went to the Ohio Office Education Association, which is the regional, state, and national affiliation of our local club, regional convention and took part in electing regional officers. ln February we went to contest at the joint vocational school, and we won! Robbin Kidd won 1st place in shorthand ll, Diane Behnken won lst place in General Clerical ll, and Pat Lewis took 5th place in accounting ll. lt was a good year for us. We experienced many new things, and we learned about people and making good value judgments. Most of all we paved our path into our future, which looks like a good one. "Learning. . . . ,,3.fjs,,.L. - - A Mr. Overla shares early morning Bob Schreel entertains colleagues 1 4 'l l rough Experience " D E - C O E - O W E and business with a student. lmy Livingston hears that she has just won a 1973 Bolt his after dinner jokes, Bob Fellers boasts of his faculty golf scores. ' ' 9 Q T ff' W fx, P.. ' s , 55? ,2 Q.. 1 ..- 66 ' 0 ? H Things Are Cookin O O O i 15 i' ,E i was Y , 1 . lx L . -s f was -QA' In Home-Ec., the students learned child care, the preparation and serving of meals, and numerous other activities that have to do with everyday routine of the common housewife and mother. The quarter courses in Home-Ec. were: Home Management, Child Development, Sewing Basics, Tailoring, and Foods and Health. Bachelor Basics was also offered to the boys in which they learned how to maneuver the sewing machine. Home Ec. teachers were Mrs. Hazel, Mrs. Christopher and Mrs. Puterbaugh. LEFT: Mrs. Hazel smiles graciously. BELOW: Mrs. Puterbaugh shows how students must know their pattern markings. BOTTOM LEFT: "Caughtl No fair mincingl" 'Q' .-if fs was , r ,A , . I ' ff Ml ,af ' 'Z' fx S' , ,' ' s Seat belts fastened? Doors locked? Nlirrors ad- justed? These are just a few of the familiar rules a driver's education student learns in the driver's ed. classroom. lt prepares our future drivers to face the hectic driving world of today. The material presented is a very necessary and com- plete background which will be beneficial to the student when he receives his license. The stu- dents like the teachers' methods of teaching, using their own experiences and those of others to relate to the students the importance of be- coming "good" drivers. The teachers' added humor, occasionally helps their effectiveness. Actual driving practice in the car takes plaoe once a week for about an hour and a half either in the morning or after school hours. Because of the limited time element, students must get most of their driving practice at home. Therefore, the cooperation of the parents is needed. Through- out the year, students receive a course in the mobile simulator, provided by the state of Ohio, in which the students learn how to cope with emergency situations. One of the disadvantages the students complain of, is taking the many notes daily. This problem can't be helped be- cause of the many classes that don't have books. The taking of notes is necessary. When a student was asked if the course was worth his time he replied. "Definitely! I feel that when I do receive my license l'll at least be able to protect myself from the 9096 of only "average" drivers in the world. And after all, driving is something l'll do the rest of my life." t Seat Belts Fastened? Les X Taxa, -.W 1 T . ass' k . aff, as -,,. ., Miss Newcomb explains a driving technique. iv J 2- 41 .. ap- :rd 53 l Miss Newcomb grades tests. Mr Roberts engoys teaching Dnver s Ed Q 1 WL Fha .pn Q 4 u K i""' EA ', lx. is s 4 xi lf. jf ' a Q ' ' A is ew K K 5 N Q Of' 'Af ' fi v 1 gag , an fx ' .". i F 5' Y- V . im Eg ' ' as p A B , 5 A A are it 5 s 4 it V, U K 35 - A Nu H I if it Qi? M R . M i 5 I K ' "' gy- Vitr P le' Y , I Q A ' ' dw I 'Q I 5 i' ,X ABOVE: Disciplined practice each day helped the NHS band achieve perfection. RIGHT: Jim Shand faithfully conducts chorus. .ag-. 211 vvt . - 1 s f,, ai... U ,fy xx J ' dxs E I n I I 'iff' iff : .. X .rv ,. 1555. if. .N f-ff' X . 5 E !. J . .8 Y' t 4-45 Q "Music Gets Into The Beat Cf Things " The Music Department maintains its standard of excellence which is traditional at Northmont. The band, concert band, choir, and glee clubs, plus the drill team and even the Kingsmen, are top award winning groups, highly renowned and respected throughout the state and be- yond. Mr. Cool and Mr. Shand also find time in their extra busy sched- ule for Mr. Cool to teach Music Appreciation and Theory, and for Mr. Shand to direct the Junior High Vocal groups. Part of Northmont's reputation is built upon its music. LEFT: Cool's woodwind sections stands "at ease". BE LOW: Mr. Cool paces while band members get psyched for their next number. ' Eli, I ,, ,. Dperating Levy Defeated In November Elections Passed On Recount Paul Stud William Anderson -ith K-1 - 499' '3 1 -ali' 5 ' . 5- , , 'f ?"Ni.. X Q: ' '35 My . , 1 S54 eq. , 'mags t " Art Classes Are Growing " The Northmont Art Department has grown from a small general art course to a diversified, expanding department including three levels of instruction, Art ll, lll and IV, Art History, and Arts and Crafts. Mr. Cornell teaches Art ll and Arts and Crafts, while Mr. Skaroupka has Art lll, IV, and teaches Art History and some Arts and Crafts classes. Students are generally left to their own devices as to what they can or should produce, as to encourage their own unique development in Art. Students who plan to con- tinue in art are not at odds with the students who take the course just as a pleasant form of self-expression. The first three years try to explore as many mediums available to a school art department as expenses and involvement allow. Art IV is the culmination of everything learned before, when the student compiles a portfolio shown in the Spring Art Show. TOP RIGHT: Norm Skaroupka checks out the kiln. BELOW: John Cornell opens a jar of glue the hard way. BOTTOM RIGHT: Roy Singleton carefully inspects the problems of an ailing vehicle. ,i 5 it 5 .l- .1-...--- ,411- wr-,,nN This year the students in Northmont's Auto Shop learned the fundamentals of the make- up of the automobile. Throughout the year the students tried different manuevers with numerous parts of the car. Mr. Singleton let the guys work at their own pace, and they accomplished further knowledge of Auto Mechanics. uto Shop Provides Vehicular First Aid E , HH ll' an TOP LEFT: John Cornell's aching back tells him bending over art projects "has got to go". ABOVE: Good buddies: good students: good artists: good "hams"p Cindy Hoffer and Duncan Macpherson steal the show. 47 i " wr- Students Set Print In Graphic Arts K Mr Fleynolds shows his students howto cement a metal plate. W'-'-LTX 53 wax 1 5 4 Some Miscellaneous Shots O O 0 ii 5-Q Pleasant cafeteria surroundings creates additional study time. Burl closes the gym windows. 45 'H Q u.i "Good food, good grief, let's eat!" Q r 1: -H ,955 1 49 Thanks to the great school help, cafeteria help, bus drivers, and custodians, 1973 was a year of success. Without their assistance Northmont couldn't exist. They keep the appear- ance of the school neat, and help anyone in anyway they can. The cafeteria ladies work to provide the students with a nutri- tional meal everyday. And a juke box is provided in the cafe- teria for a more pleasurable lunch. So as one can see these are the people who keep our school operating smoothly. Cooks efficiently and courteously senre students. BELOW: Our cooks show tired expressions near the day's end. BOTTOM RIGHT: Hats off to Denny Dues, our super-duper, all purpose utility man! , . . A .. .,,. A vw fre: ' W at , ., , me-f-'eff-' wa,seggfp14'1W.:12-r .i,.'QT,fM A im fg if 'f?,1i". jr f at 1 ' -is :ft-51 31, "E."'- Ffwivfiief-fl'grip V3.3- ff Q l , -1' - : ga.2,e.L.:g2:sfI.:-mes-4.x 1 .141 M .Q . me People Who Keep Our School Together . . . E CLUBS and CRGANIZATICNS AFS 2 The Year Duncan Was orthmont AFS sent Mike Dorwy to Austria and Mike Landers to Brazil ...wx Q ,.i.W-,R Y , 3 ie l fpffnm . ,, ' 62 'f Q i Qu:- f"".1 ,N l V NWA 11 ix 'MX w"y,e:1,3 : .., ,. Two members of an AFS panel discussed their experiences at assemblies here. Duncan Macpherson from Glasgow, Scotland. The American Field Service sends American students for a period of time to a different country, and brings foreign students to America in an exchange of dif- ferent cultures, schooling and good will. The North- mont AFS Chapter, advised by Mr. Long and Mrs. Rosser, sent Mike Dorsey to Austria and Mike Land- ers to Brazil in the summer of 1972. Throughout the school year Duncan Macpherson, Northmont's Scot- tish AFS student, attended classes here. ROW, left to right: Mr. Long, M. Dorsey, L. Schulze, K. Sopronyi, M. Landers, Mrs. Rosser, 2ND ROW: J. Smith, Kroos, D. Ungereicht, D. Harrington, C. Woodruff. 3RD HOW: D. McHugh, B. Look, J. Perkins, D. Schearer, M. M. Didier. 1ST HOW: Mrs. Pansing, M. Wiersyma, C. Kelly, M. Didier, C. Woodruff, D. Heise, M. Mandell. 2ND ROW: S. Measel, L. Dunn L. Mills, M. Poe. if 1- 3 M get My -'li-2 5 Mike Mandell picks and sings with Roosevelt students who obsewed Northmont for a week. .ICOWA And Honor Society The Northmont Junior Council on World Af- fairs is a group of interested student who discuss, gather information on current events happening all over the world. They partici- pated in a Foreign Bazaar, an International Day and other activities where the exchange of ideas and culture was important. The ad- visor was Mrs. Pansing, President was Mike Mandell. The National Honor Society recognizes top students throughout the country for aca- demic excellence. The Northmont Chapter's President in 1973 was Lee Hendricks. The grades needed for Honor Society members can cause many such hopeless reactions. 1ST ROW: G. Pilcher, K. Dearth, L. Hendricks, T. Arnold, D. Hawk, E. Wolfe, M. Mandell. 2ND ROW: K. DeWeese, J. Wertz L Porter, C. Garber, D. Heise, C. Woodruff, M. Didier. 3RD ROW: D. Jones, K. Sopronyi, B. Deem, J. Carrigan, K. Wintrow, J. Betz D McHugh, C. Hoschouer, J. Tuss. The Student Council float in Homecoming parade passes in front of stands. The Student Council abolished itself this year, realizing a need for a change in struc- ture and ideas to adapt to the student body today. They will draw up a new constitution and a new name, with none of the old stig- mas attached, hoping for a new era of useful- ness toward the students at Northmont. Earlier this year they put on the traditional Homecoming Dance and parade, decorated the cafeteria, had a book sale, looked into the dress code and the possiblity of an activ- ity period. This year Kitty DeWeese was president. The walls of the cafeteria were painted, carpeting and a iukebox put in and a school seal ordered to make the lunchroom more inviting. Student Council Undergoes Change The Student Council sponsored the Homecoming Dance. 1ST ROW: Mr. Long, D. Wendell, S. Kuck, C. Henz, D. Wiersyma, M. Didier. 2ND ROW: D. Satchell, B. Heise, P. Rogers, M. Burns, D. Schearer, Fl. Helton, M. Reynolds, G. Micheals. 3RD ROW: T. Fromholz, C. Kelley, R. Weller, M. Kearn, P. Weeks, T. Arnold, L. Leftwich, M Thompson. 4TH ROW: G. Herr, B. Look, S. McCloud, B. Sucher, Mrs. Puterbaugh, C. Poe, K. Aull, D. Harrison. NEXT PAGE, UPPER FAR LEFT: German .,.. -f nacled homes with German carols. THIS PAGE: German Club advisor Mr. Long is quite frequently found in the language lab manning the tape deck controls. y Club carolers toured Englewood and sere- - - A -.ieiegil-as- Pif 9' , A W i E rman And Spanish Clubs The two language clubs at Northmont are German and Spanish. The German Club is advised by Mr. Long, the Span- ish by Mrs. Eidemiller. This year the German Club raised money through candy cane sales and Mother's Day tele- phone messages towards a trip to the German village of Frank- enmuth, Michigan. ROW: D. Brown, S. Smith, D. Ungereicht, C. Houschouer, M. Pietro, Mrs. Eidemiller. 2ND ROW: J. Park, S. Miller, B. Preuss, F. Haney, M. S Karimi, D. McHugh. 3RD ROW: J. Phelps, L. Ferguson, L. Blaesar, B. Rotterman, T. Hale, D. Hall, F. Snyder. 4TH ROW: D. McGill, D. J. Sore, M. LaMar, B. Jones, J. Reeves, D. Gaston. Perhaps volleyball comes to mind when GAA is mentioned. But many other various sports and club activities are just as big a part of GAA as the intramural volleyball tournaments in the gym. Basketball, softball, field hockey, bowling and the new North- mont Girls' Track Team make up the rest of the list of GAA sports. Besides these, the GAA fruitcake sales, the Mother-Daughter Fun Night, and the Annual Spring Banquet honoring the GAA Girl of the Year add to the organization's busy schedule. This year the President was Kathy Staggs, Vioe-Pres- ident Beth Hamlin. The GAA held volleyball tournaments in the gym after school. 1ST ROW FLOOR: A. Rose, B. Griffith, M. Kearn, D. Harter, K. Mergler, L. Smith. 2ND ROW: B. McFee, J. Keyes, A. Snider, M Couchot, T. Kessling, B. Weimer, K. Sellers, K. Wells. 3RD ROW: D. Wiersyma, K. Thomas, J. Stavely, K. Smith, M. Kearn, C. Sendelbach C. Fuller, D. Hess, K. Harsanyi. 4TH ROW: M. Serena, C. Theall, B. Rodderman, C. Schwartzburger, L. Garde, D. Hoke, D. Lecklider, N Ecklar, B. Jones, C. Poe. 5TH ROW: S. Andrews, S. Aires, K. Hansen, B. Hissong, N. Ishmael, J. Gosnell, G. Frazier, C. Schoch, B. Vespic B. Sucher. 6TH ROW: T. Dilinski, S. Tomboly, D. Kohlbacher, C. Kuntzman, P. Kelley, R. Pilcher, M. Michael, A. Fuhrer, D. Tipple, T Guerra. 7TH ROW: D. Oburn, B. Peters, S. Hake, B. Lyday, J. Chlebek, M. Doht, J. Hagan, J. Popham, B. Fleet, A. Link. i 5 1 l GAA In Action- Volleyball Games After School GAA Advisors: SITTING: L. Schulze, K. Staggs, B. Hamlin, R. Spiller. STANDING: Miss S. Murphy, Miss K. Emery, L. Short, G. Brown, Miss B. Newcomb. 1ST ROW FLOOR: C. Giffins, J. Pacy, C. Barber, J. Eifort, D. Weiss, D. Andrews, D. Johnson, K. Wood, R. Meyers. 2ND ROW: L. Hurst, S. Salisbury, G. Maurer, B. Weimer, M. Whitaker, J. Nixon, L. Buxton, D. Elkins, D. Barnett, N. Cannon. SRD ROW: S. Auvil, M. Mead, N. Knight, B. Frazier, B. Friend, K. Stringer, P. Lawhorn, R. Shaurer. 4TH ROW: C. Irwin, D. Heise, A. Kipling, D. Keller, J. Burman, S. Vehorn, S. Spiggle, J. Miller, D. Davis. 5TH ROW: L. Gordon, P. Smyers, B. Shaffner, T. Stern, B. Pruess, J. Eliott, P. Oberer, P. Pierce, B. Yost, D. Smith. 6TH ROW: J. Jones, C. Huffman, S. Kinney, J. Spicer, S. Coalt, B. Dudon, P. Jackson, J. Waitman, J. Kearn, K. Long, P. lnnskeep. 7TH ROW: K. Filburn, T. Ullery, C. Blanton, T. Smith, B. Flayle, S. Rose, C. Shaffner, T. Hensley, K. McKenzie, A. Allen, L. Coberly, J. Schneider. Q E 'S 6 iw s f' i, iyizgghl Q: .Q ' ' z egg., ,515 , ,ff , ' K ai -5 A :- W M f ' ' S' Sgkn .ix 4:- Q x FAR LEFT TOP: Brenda Shaffner at a tense moment in the game. FAR LEFT BOTTOM: A face-off in a GAA field hockey. CENTER TOP: Rowena Hyre in the jump for North- mont's side in GAA basketball. CENTER BOTTOM: Miss Newcomb gives strategy in an intramural volleyball game. ABOVE: Raised fist signals a victory for our side. AA Honors Girls Of The Year GAA remains one of the most active organi- zations in school. Activities start in fall with field hockey and move to volleyball, basket- ball, softball, golf and tennis. Track and field were added this year with great success. In addition to athletic activities, the girls sold programs, fruitcakes and cookies. One of the highlights this year was the GAA Volleyball Marathon. Attended by over 100 girls, it started at noon on a Friday and lasted for 48 hours until noon Sunday. Eagerly looked forward to and very succesful were the Mother-Daughter Fun Nite and the Annual Spring Banquet. NEXT PAGE, UPPER LEFT: Intramural cheering section. CENTER: Shuffleboard at Mother-Daughter Fun Nite. BOTTOM: GAA Trophy winners. THIS PAGE, LEFT: GAA Homecoming car. BOTTOM LEFT: Girl of the Year trophies and scholarship winner. RIGHT: Basketball at Mother-Daughter Fun Nite. 48 Hours Cf Laughing Singing tomping Yawning Volleyball The GAA Volleyball Marathon lasted for 48 hours of varied experiences for a large group of brave, fun-loving girls. Catching snatches of sleep on the stage or in the hall, eating quantities of potato chips, Cokes and other such nutritious stamina-building foods, the girls kept the volleyball in the air until the 48th hour, long awaited, when the Thunder team won with 2746 points. W? yu was , . r 9 A H J Miss Emery attempts to straighten out the sleeping schedule. 1... 5 A -YQ The moment of victory looms for the Thunder team. is A team peps itself up for the next round. Miss Murphy clears up any questions. The last hour approaches. 9085 .4 1 1 .File- .J"' Ai W4,,,.g0l' .B+ A W, fx N .... -,Y , W JYL W Yfr, Y I 'fi .Z Earah Vehorn props herself on Michelle Booher for a idiculous pose. ff' W-'M Miss Murphy, Miss Emery, Mrs. Foster and Miss Newcomb were referees. Miss Murphy ends the Marathon at 48 hours-2746 points. Part of the debris left by the stalwart group. 15. . S 4' Mr. Roberts and Mrs. Christopher present Carla Wagoner with Cheerleader of the Year award. V5 7 1 68 Chris Ballengee cheers at basketball game. Varsity And Reserve heerleaders Build Spirit The Cheerleaders remain the symbols of school spirit ever since such grand American tradition as high school football began. To- day the energetic girls in green and white lead cheers for basketball and wrestling as well. It's a job, too, because besides thinking up new modern cheers, keeping a smile in the worst weather or the most terrible scores, and trying to keep up hope and spirit in the worst times, they also have to find energy from reserves they never knew they had before. ln 1973 Varsity Cheerleader Carla Wagoner was honored as Cheerleader of the Year. The Varsity Squad, left to right: Chris Ballengee, Lee Ann Buxton, Eliza Galbraith, Terri Bushkar, Carla Wagoner, Jane Henninger, Kim Stringer, Diane Kohlbacher, Karen Brooks. The Reserve Squad, TOP: Pat Lawhorn, Beth Kroos, Crys Con- don, Julie Jones, Kathy Harsanyi, Amy Fuhrer, Sheree Kinney. Varsity " N " Means Excellence In Sports '- H-ww,-Q-.. Ken Dearth receives the Good Sportsmanship Award at the Spring Sports Banquet. Bill Look uses the whirlpool bath on a sore leg. Varsity "N", is composed of all athletes who have earned a letter in sports, whether golf, football, wrestling, track, tennis, basketball or soccer. Mr. Fellers and Mr. Roberts were advisors. 1ST ROW: D. Sehauer, T. Howard, K. Yackey, E. Smith, K. Dearth, D. Pavley, D. Prichard, M. Smith, E. Auvil. 2ND ROW: J Perkins, S Tancred, G. Sherman, D. Kinser, B. Limbert, N. Morgan, L. Jewsikow, D. Prather, P. Cyphers, P. Porter. 3RD ROW: G Dilhoff, M. Landers, J. Turner, D. Williams, D. Glascoe, K. Brumbaugh, M. Kincaid, M. Nixon, D. Allemang, S. Klawann. 4TH ROW C. Blake, C. Marr, E. Fiobbins, M. Woods, G. Mooney, T. Bailey, J. Miller, D. Edberg, D. Palsgrove. 5TH ROW: M. Theal, S. Wiley, T Curtis, J. Magoteaux, H. Eads, D. Gagaris, B. Mearsch, S. Omer, S. McCloud, L. Hendricks, J. Rupert. A Art Club Visits Cincinnati U. , Ag. 'ty ft ef-4i'Gf'e"Mer-5 ffwssff-'Refi ,gyfg E ffiflifjgtgffia ',gjff5'Zj'r ww . up The Art room, a birthplace of creativity and great talent. The Art Club is organized for Art Students and any others interested in expanding their knowledge and appreciation of art. They went to the Cincinnati University art school on a field trip and experienced what college art students are creat- ing and what facilities they have to work with. Two scholarships go out to seniors who will be continuing in art in college, decided upon by the judging of their portfolios in the Spring Art Show. Cindy Hoffer was President, Mr. Skaroupka and Mr. Cornell advised the Art Club. 1ST ROW: Mr. Skaroupka, C. Hoffer, J. Stewart, K. Flora, B. Cruse, T. Howard. 2ND ROW: J. Bowden, R. Schmidt, J. Stavley, Fi. Knight, J. Churchill. 3FlD ROW: C. Menk, L. Wehrly, M. MacArthur, D. Dunn, S. Smith. 4TH ROW: C. Schall, B. Dudon, B. Preuss, G. Smith, H. Downs, P. Wee ks. Q N Hnfwf 1 1ST ROW: J. Frank, D. Butts, G. Knoop, Mr. Demetriades, L. Schulze, G. Pilcher, N. Knight. 2ND ROW: M. Meade, G. Zaebst, K. Kroos, K. Scpronyi, C. Carter, C. Henz, R. Helton, L. Randall. 3FlD ROW: S. Auvil, M. Dorsey, T. Schoch, C. Theall, S. Smith, K. Johnson, C. Condon, K. Lugher. 4TH ROW: J. Chlebek, J. Ratliff, B. Smith, R. Knight, B. Shaffner, C. Schoch. 1 1 I . Y ,J :za tg""L7x, 1 i wing. urn-4' ,X io , 2 L 4 Aa.- y 3. 5 Q usd' ,in ' nn- Photo by Larry Davis Maybe one day boys will ioin Home Ee Club. Ecology And Home Ec. The main event for the Ecology Club this year was the second campout, a wet, muddy success. Through- out the week that the club pitched tents behind the school, spring rains turned the ground beneath their sleeping bags into mud, yet the campers took it in muddy stride. The Ecology Club aims to point our eyes toward nature once again and see what we are doing to it, hoping to help in the cause of the envir- onment and ecology. Anyone interested in homemaking and community work is welcome to the Home Ec Club. Not all baking brownies or sewing gift aprons, they made it a point to visit invalids in nursing homes. 1ST ROW: P. Helms, C. Schoch, J. Harlow, D. Ungereicht, C. Fuller, B. Yost, Mrs. Christopher. 2ND ROW: M. Williams, G. Balside, P. Lieberman, R. Riley, E. Erbaugh, N. Shellabarger, P. Davis. 3RD ROW: C. Bayer, K, Harsanyi, S. Arnett, M. Hilliard, A. Allen. 4TH ROW: L. Hilliard, L. Story, F. Weeks, M. Andzik, C. Garber. U Y' 'Y 'Sal V i Left to right: B. Saunders, S. Millikin, J. Webb, J. Peddicord, C. Crech, B. Dorfman, L. Cline, D. Craig, C. Masters, D. Thomas, J. Dunham K. Rohr, S. Viets, R. Bogen, L. Rolfsen, seated, Mr. Overla. Distributive ' Education Presents " Pre - Newlywed Game" At Assemblies TV personality Dewey Hopper and Donna Craig at "Pre-Newlywed Game" assembly. f ms...QMs,.,,,,,M, The happy weatherman and a pre-newlywed contestant laugh at question. Rhonda Bogen and Lynn Rolfsen listen intently in the DE classroom, Unit 1 orthmont Students Work At JVS Donna McCray arranges Jackie Deniham's hair in Cosmetology. W The JVS is a place that the students who have spent l their last two high school years there are grateful for i and are quick to praise. Without such an intensive program of vocational education for the county, stu- dents would be set back a few years in training and experience, and lose the jobs available at the time they graduated from regular high school. The stu- dents are very aware of the differences from regular high school, like a stronger rules system, dress code, discipline and supervision. This is to get the student used to on-the-job conditions, where he or she will be on their own for most of their working years. The student at the JVS is treated as an individual, to plan out his own life and career ahead. Af M Marty Luoma and Susan Wolf practice on wigs. Is. Q. is Bonnie Balsbaugh practices secretarial skills. Carol Porter and Diane Volk participate in child care. Anne COE Cooperative Office 0 Education e ..- Patty Parks trains for an office job. N V .4 BACK, STANDING: C. Barner, M. Schulte, D. Sizemore, P. Baker, S. Phelps. SEATED: P. Clifford, M. Kruscamp, S. Phelps, C. Ballenge, K. Hoffer P. Popps. 1ST ROW: J. Gosneil, G. Frazier, C. Ritter, D. Hoke, R. McCarty. 3' H ff iff ,QQ Jo Gosnell learns to type office work. Ah' A It I s .Q ,. Q 1 I Q N f ' ,, a, , Y L x , ' K L- , V 1 A W L 4. X iii?-.r Y 1 x X I 3 53 Xl Nl 3 Q .Jug "', 31 H 1 i XR J , , Xe x f A - ' 1' X if 9 X ' '. ' ' ' if q ,,, , . 3 , W' f .f g , V ' ' A .f.g Q ' QR xlqy if - X' H- 2, nv. x r, , 'X gk! . 5 . T 'M A V , . . ,- .-an-.M 4 ff ffg 5 5 rs. , , ix SL A 5, iwfy. W QW -ff-N Q ff dia ' 1 .. .. ..-1- 'V A tzirhix .e.fff3, f'7:, - . V. .. ,R P Q ,gl 1 Q The Grand NI1S Band : A. Tradition CJf Excellence The Northmont Band Best In The Land ie X ,,.vf g V - N I gene.. A m e - , V , - V r I: liQw,,A ' ' g at x- - V A b t L K M ,inn . fr-N' I. W -, N . V' , M- is 6 - H like- 1, . , 1 - r a , , ,,,.,, V A . 5 , X L 4 -,EW -it 1 f, N ww? ...Wg wg 45 E T: " . yr-1, ealtw r Q , l.. 1 . s. f l l.e 9 . 'vw -"s pr vt- N ' , t M1 - 4,1 N gg qw. 4 P N 1 -A ' N 'E ' 'Nay 'Nw "f--l n w 1 War'-f .. r I ,." "t'1 ' '35 i't ' flf l s w x dv , 'i T'- 4 x Q Q x' I K. I " L I ll 4?-. n"- , , l f N- T ltr 1 x . . Q lg' 4 l J .vF,:.-,c "'!!g'-. 1' 4.1-: vt 1 -+S"Wf'-'fx NFWH:-f.'-ww-axe'-mr.-L.t.w-5 7' uk 1. ' 3 Q ,j"g-J., -N . M., ,, R M, ' K ,w my A , . This year the Band competed in several dif- ferent contests and came away laden with trophies. Receiving a "I", superior, at State contest and honors at Lexington, North- mont came in second at the Fairborn invita- tional where Linda Randall won her third consecutive "Outstanding Girl Twirler" trophy. NEXT PAGE, TOP: The Drill Team performs at half time during a basketball game. BOT- TOM RIGHT: Linda Randall twirls "Have Nagilla" at half time. BOTTOM LEFT: Head Maiorette Linda Randall. THIS PAGE, TOP: Captain Laura Porter and the Drill Team per- form award-winning "Spanish Eyes" routine. BOTTOM: The Thunderattes. Thunderettes Keep Smiling N , , V an j i aw. ' K 85 I ,416nll + W , MW-1 A gp.- ' u XC-inn' Glee Club A Capella Choir Choir and Glee Club sang at the One World of Christmas exhibition in December, and performed at Northmont's Christmas Concert. In participation at State Contest they received excellent ratings. Drama Presents Three Plays a 4 ,A Z? . Mia - A scene from Children's Theater. I Mike Lynch, Cindy Stephens, and Annie Hiotis in "Harvey," Denise Shearer during makeup time. ' 1ST ROW, left to right: N. Knight, D. Barnett, J. McClellan, D. Arnold, G. Florkey, Mr. Specht, D. Wendell, M. Lynch, A. Woodie. 2ND ROW: T. Fromholt, S. Heeter, P. Hale, R. Helton, D. Butts, A. Hiotis, J. Churchill, P. Lieberman. 3RD ROW: R. Kaiser, M. Serena, D. Shearer, J. Miller, N. Wicks. 4TH ROW: J. Clebek, S. Auvil, M. Mead, C. Stephens, L. Koral, D. Kohlbacher, L. Blaesar. 5TH ROW: P. Muenchow, K. Woods, M. Mandell, L. Menniger, D. Hall, G. Rich, D. Florkey, D. Stir. Debbie Wendell and Gene Florkey in "Night of January 16th" The Drama Club under direction of Mr. Specht, presented "Night of January 16th" in the winter, the comedy "Harvey" in the spring and the ChiIdren's Theater production in the late spring. Besides these, they had the 2nd annual Film Fes- tival where old movies and cartoons were presented. The combination of student acting and students films made for a new, more interesting Drama Club. Drama, On Scene And Off ' Q2 f -x - .,:t ff. L, 4, W, ,,.. V ., , gg, 3 Q Q 1 -'MM , M if FAR LEFT, TOP: Cindy Stephens, Randy Helton and Guy Rich in "Harvey". FAR LEFT, BOTTOM: Mike Lynch ponders a projection problem. THIS PAGE, LEFT: An injured Dennis Butts valiantly helps out at rehearsal. THIS PAGE, RIGHT: Greg Stewart poses before a "Harvey" prop in Mr. Specht's room. BOTTOM: Cindy Stephens and Angie Woodie in "Harvey". The Spirit Staff, edited by Colleen Hoschouer and Michelle Didier, and ad- vised by Mrs. Gottschalk, prints the Northmont newspaper with reporting on school activities and sports. Facing deadlines once a month, circulation problems and trying to come up with new creative ideas, there's a lot of work and time in making up a different SPIRIT every time. Nancy Knight tries to think of a story l Robin Orth and Annie Hiotis check out the picture sale of the SPIRIT and Members of the Journalism Staff pose for a yearbook endsheet picture BO LT Staffs. pirit Staff Beats Deadlines members of the BOLT and SPIRIT Staffs wait stranded on the way to a -I-he spirit Staffs fearless photographer, Bm Renz' Smiles. KJ ROW: J. Rupert, M. Didier, C. Hoschouer, Mrs. Gottschalk. 2ND ROW: D. Barnett, D. Schearer, K. Staggs. 3RD ROW: B. Renz, N. Knight, M. Theall R. Helton. um r 1,',571.' This year's Bolt Staff had one goal in mind, to make this yearbook the best Northmont had seen. Faced with many pos- . s, .X Teri Schoch stews at an after school yearbook work session sibilities presented from different publishing companies and the new ideas coming from schools around the country, we tried to mix the new with what Northmont had liked before. Our new advisor, Miss Connie Squires, helped even more with new ideas concerning every aspect of yearbook compiling, from fighting financial restrictions to trying creative photo- graphy and art work. The result is a case history of the year 1973 and what happened then at Northmont. Miss Squires and Janet Petty seem fairly decided about Janet's Bible and Literature final exam. Carla Garber works on one of a million layout sheets. The Bolt 73 Staff Tries For The Best Ever OP: Bill Craig, Sue Spirk, Denise Barnett. STANDING: Melissa Mead, Colleen Hoschouer, Michelle Didier, Denise earer, Nancy Knight, Susy Heeter, Barb Farquhar, Steve Furst, Bill Renz, Teri Schoch, Randy Helton, Melanie Mac- rthur. SEATED: Mark Reynolds, Barb Sucher, June Dillman, Miss Squires, Mike Theall, Debbie Hall. 'Xa , I f '."1' Qi- , V , rkk' . , Q ww dw Nancy Knight and Melissa Meade think up something that wouIdn't exactly fit in the yearbook. This ls What You 'II Remember S kqkb VLKKX 4 12 . 3- ,Q.- I f'iw95"3'. 1' i 3 ' ? ri 'ij X lf! xg , ww W x ' ' ' K . ' 5 E, L A' , X fi 'fWf'f?faf+ph??i ' ' , n ' ACTIVITIE IL! 2, ,. . ,au-LJ! W Q X V! ,Av , A xl 1 5 ,Y 'L I . 'A f N, Lf ABOVE: Although Duncan Macpherson looks bored, Annie Hiotis, Cindy Chinn and Dennis Butt seem inter- ested in the trial proceedings. BELOW: Roberta Van Rensselaer lP. J. Halel decides the best way to feel good is to look good and she dresses up for the "occasion." " Night Alan Hill, playing Judge Heath, is squeamish Knight. Nancy Knight, Sandy Andrews listen to Debbie January l6" if when it comes to putting on make-up even if it is by the talented hands of Nancy At rehearsal, Debbie Wendell voices one of her many opinions. Directed by Mr. M.E. Specht Student Director - Lynn Koller Business Manager - Mike Lynch Technical Director - Jay McClellan Debbie Wendell - Karen Andre Guy Rich - Mr. Stevens Cindy Chinn - Nancy Lee Faulkner Alan Hill - Judge Heath P.J. Hale - Roberta Van Rensselaer Dennis Butt - John G. Whitfield Duncan Macpherson - Mr. Flint NORTHMONT PLAYERS OFFICERS President - Debbie Wendell Vice-President - Gene Florkey Secretary - Debbie Arnold Treasurer - Nancy Knight Business Manager - Mike Lynch Production Manager - Jay McClellan Points Recorder - Angie Woodie Advisor - Mr. Mark E. Specht Duncan Macpherson tries to remember lines at rehearsal as Susan Hester and Cindy Chinn look on. rehearse her part at the trial. l '99 0 NX RU? mm EXFFAIRS mecoming Floats Cn Parade ,Q ka, "1 A U. , . af is -.'QfQm- A xq Q 1' p..ngf'l vw! AMFK .Tl -- X jk i. . dl fa MM W 1 P 1 ., ,sf 55 'z fafiff Wgfazf? ALA - ' V ,A .wk I A ff 7' nv Xxx -frm- 4' . X , . 439 vl- f .YQ W f ug "'x X' i c Soft lights, music and new dresses all set the mood for homecoming 1972. Yet as the evening wore on so did the moods. As usual no one stepped forward to dance to the past popular music everyone "loves". The few numbers that were slow caused the floor to become embossed with clinging vines. The cake and punch were good if one could find it since the service was obviously "serve yourself." After the crowning took place the couples slowly dis- solved into a hopefully better evening at a nice restaurant somewhere. International Festival Sets Homecoming Mood I .1 i i Doug Schaurer and Laura Porter smooch homecoming-style Debbie Spirk, Dennis Palsgrove, Dave Stakelunas, Debbie Smith, Todd Baily 1 v Y S' Avi!!-' : 1' ,L f' is 33 9 "'i ,6 , .5', if 43 in ai 5 f a X Q. 'fha , Qs -5 ' J 'Q 1 ,J .vp QQ. ,s fm 9- ga, .Q 'x X :N , 'gpg -, 3 "AM ' ,, ,...n.........,. l--1-N To orthmont High School Org I. n Q . J th' O A Mr. Dill admires his new pair of shorts. The Annual Christmas Assembly On December twenty-second, Santa paid his annual visit to the High School. Santa, who re- sembled Dan Sloane, arrived with his own rein- deer and elves. Santa went quickly to his work and passed out all of his packages. Some people were surprised how Santa knew what to give them, but he knew all the secrets of the good little boys and girls at Northmont. They received useful presents such as a catsup bottle for Mitch Greenfield and a pair of shorts for Mr. Dill. The Choir and Band provided musical entertainment to blend in with the Christmas mood. Santa then left the school and the good little boys and girls went on to classes or home with musical thoughts of Christmas time. FW luncan Macpherson says he really does not believe in Santa, but he's willing Bob Graham, Eddie Smith, and Bob Cruse warming up for Samfs coming p receive his presents. WEA! is -if i ,,g,,m g F ,a . I Q5 Q' A, Y gs A 4 A: xx , N . Ig ,DR Y we X 434, xg x . . , x, X! 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The confusion of who is committing and who is to be committed leads to Dr. Sander- son's discharge, causes Veta to be "man-handled," allows El- wood to escape and antagonizes everyone involved. As always, Elwood is able to overcome all obstacles .... with the aid of his friend, Harvey. 1 1 s 5 ? i E f 3 2 King and Queen, Bob Cruse and Kay Crane, dance the royal dance following the crowning. Barb Farquhar and date dance to the popular music of The Kingsmen A x xx Li 'Q N ?,.Y,:.Y F10 B x fre X 5 - 'fy 1 1- ' ik K s' K L .. 3' :,,,,:E :fs ,g - -- i s.. s 1 K , 'yrs K ff ff Ns, , a. 3 , , f Y 4, Sie f 9 K Q in gt: , W. .. . ,W X- it--g Q 5 ,1 V: Ja g - st 1 , .- ,. If so s ' ' 4, l g ndy DeVoI enjoys the sweet nothing "Oh nol The bank is brokenI" Matt Thompson and Liz Leftwich watch at the wispered in her ear. gaming tables. 's Yr? Mrs. Prigozen, her husband, Debbie Mikesell, and date enjoy each others' company at their table. The I97 1 3 Prom Was Exactly As Its Theme: Southern Comfort tai i lil Memories In Pictures N- K .gf JV" 2 3 5 3 .FHL E if I Q A Past To Cherish? A Future To Fulfill- Grades '72-'73 it -'..I k ..,, i.V. n . K f ' SPGRT image Ky V X P I, XWBXN X If 1 X. J ,H M I xx f QA X1 .QQ ' Y , . f ,j X , . ex XXX 3 Q Q ' . 4 1+ QQ Z, K 5,7 !O ! X x T X ,NX gig-rmwlq n V ' v is qvvnfavr 1, PS5 ' fi 79051 ' ,Q 122, ' ' K ' .Y 4, W . '-U-KN . .ff I H xtnadv-'S-':"'f WPIT .W .,,m.,... -4 ' ity LZ M-M QE, . , 1 . , ,W , A ,g .,'L"Q'3 .,..L M .I W , D ,3 24 ' ' + :rr-.agua 1 orthmont's Soccer Team Finishes With A 6-2 Season We " I 2' 1 Dayton Christian 4 Riverdale K 1 Miami Valley 1 0 Dayton Christian 3 1 Oakwood 5 Miami Valley 4 Oakwood 4 Beavercreek Glenn Dinhoff- 8 5' Nuke woods 3 Chuck Blake- 7 Greg Rasor 2 Jim lreton- 3 Nlike Landers 1 And The Race Is On . . . .lm Fifa wi' -,.......-d- TOP, left to right: Greg Garretson, Mark Deem, Doug Fryman, Mr. Whitaker, Paul Cyphers, Brian Murphy, Mark Ash. 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W 'Sv z Y f f. ig-rf:-ca . '- .15 1 iff?" 'Km 'N--M. X.. fffln if -mix .Q- -Q 13:5 ' Vim,-. Q. 2 in-egg. psp Gail Brown reaches above raised arms to attempt a basket. Kathy Staggs pauses for aim to make that heighten ing point. if ,.-ik A6 Q Beth Hamlin prepares to drop one in. Kathy Staggs on a fast, uh, slow break. Passive Players Attempt To Perk On And Qff Court The Basketball team had a hard time in the Trotwood Invitational, but, came out with an 8-1 record. The only loss came at the hands of Carroll by six points. Kathy Staggs played fantastically throughout the season and led the way for a tremendous season. The reserve team proved able support as they were called on throughout the season to spell the varsity. And lt's Another Year Of Stubbed Fingers This year GAA volleyball was very competitive. The varsity and reserve teams made every contest close as the spirited troops were not to be outmatched. This year's teams had much fun and the underclassmen acquired experience which is bound to help next year. Another world record was set at the volleyball marathon and next year GAA has their eyes set on a new record. Take that, Short Stuffl Rowena Hyre volleys and Flobin Spiller can't believe her eyes. Kathy Staggs power serves as Rowena Hyre and Karima Harchaoui watch. ...K . Robin Spiller and Beth Hamlin seem even to grunt as a team .""'-w .A" . , ...sg l l - 5 + f 8' Beth Hamlin s-t-r-e-t-ches for a high volley. Come now! The score wasn't that bad, was it? Ally-opp! Pam Lawhorn and Renee Schauer give it a boost. Jane Nixon should really get some more sleep before the games. 1 A senior, Joan Peddicord, enjoys a break from work whenever she can. Mel MacArthur poses very prettily to have her picture taken and enjoys ever' moment of it. Elementary children listen enthralled as the players from the ChiIdren's Theatew perform. W ometimes prove Potpourri Hodge Podge Quilt Melting Pot Collage Montage Unity Collections Miscellany Medley - Familiar Faces Familiar Friends Familiar Places E IORS K N Rfk' L Past To Cherish, Future . To I s Fulfill A look into a Civics class finds a group of hardworking seniors trying to accomplish the goal of graduation. . If su. is :Wi ' a. as Long-time friends Penni Deak and Dennis Pavley talk about their mutual problems. Senior class officers: STANDING, left to right: Treasurer Brad Limbert, President Mike Dorsey, Sgt. at Arms Ken Dearth. SITTING: Vice President Chris Henz, Advisor Barbara Adams, Secretary Gigi Woodrow. 163 Seniors Spend Time Socializing Nancy Alexander Jane Allen Helen Helpling and Bev Deem find an isolated corner for quiet moment of communication , Teri Anderson Debbie Arnold ,ef lei. A Theresa Arnold Ed Auvil ii' li in Joe Rupert gets to know his newspaper advisor. 'Eli W if w Q: ,l '1 T 5- TL-s P ai' 2.4 izsiqwi and communication . . .and communication. Duncan Macpherson illustrates his point in a scene from "Night of January 16th." Pat Baker Patti Baker Chris Ballengee Duane Bayer Tim Bayer Karen Beavers is Bill Bechtel Diane Behnken Kirk Bell Gail Bennett Joy Betz Jeanie Bicknell 165 - Seniors Reach Heights fha? ' Y Beverly Bise Terri Blacketer Chuck Blake Valerie Bland Roy Blessing Gene Biumenstock Rhonda Bogan Scott Boshart 166 'wwe - , 1 f 1 v ' A ' i if 57,5 - Y Q 2 we I -ka B K . an in . ,Y - Q Jeff Evans shows new height as a senior. Tom Boshinski Barb Boston Debbie Botast RIGHT: Jeff Tibbetts reaches for knowledge and experience. X A I .uso v Keith Bowser Margaret Bowser go Debbie Hall seeks understanding by using a new method called "asking questions". Dawn Brammge Mike Brannon ir D . if Richard Brewer Karen Brooks Gina Brown Teri Bryan ,L ,ggi .,, g A A HSN. my K L L Dave Buerk Jay Bushkar Jan Carrigan Diana Carter X V .1 1 16 7 y we Seniors Find Last Year Rewarding And Fun SWS? Jerry Carter Jim Cavender Gail Chappelle Shirley Christopher Harold Cioffi Mark Clark John Clayburn Shelley Cline Tom Collar Margy Minneman and Mary Thomas discuss impor- Mike Landers watches as a classmate demonstrates a new way of dealing cards. ll tant matters while they eat their lunch. Mike Shirley beats out a tune on his drum during one of the band concerts of the year. Carl Collins Cindy Condon Tom Connors 3 , 'L Jim Coppersmith Rick Cotterman Bobbie Couchot Dan Covey Jan Coy Donna Craig Kaye Crane Chuck Creech Debbie Zubrick practices talent and pride in her art work. Marcia Crumrine Bob Cruse Mark Curtis Lauren Dabbelt Kathy Daniszewski Dave Davis Larry Davis Teri Davis Paula Dawson Penni Deak 170 'CN Ken Dearth Don Decker Bev Deem Ray Deemer Jackie Deniham Bob Denli nger larry Denny Cindy DeVoI Seniors are involved at Northmont in many different ways Sb In av, 4,iei!,g: Julie Goeltz is prepared to do some campaigning for Northmont. 8 nm, Randy Graham and Paul Gilbert discuss an "important subiect with their friends 171 S i 'Q Q 4 Today's Seniors Are The Leaders Of Tomorrow Kitty DeWeese Michelle Didier Glenn Dillhoff Connie Donohoo Flon Dooley John Doolos Barb Dorfman Mike Dorsey Flon Dougherty Carol Douglas A S Julie Goelz and Sue Kuck talk about the weekly hal' Jane Nixon works on float show. of lsr lhhiy, l, , ' -,l ,feb SQ-fjjvf 13 W. 45:.,,. for Homecoming. George Dowling .lerry Dunham Brenda Esken Jeff Evans Carla Wagoner cheers at bonfire to promote school spirit. Sheila Eden Tim Eifort Barb Farquhar Valerie Fauver Wayne Flaugher Kim Flora K Gene Florkey Nancey Fowler Class Cf '73 Finds Itself At The End Of A Long Journey 4 r G as A, Q SES ff' Fx- Carla Garber Bart Garwood Brad Garwood Tod Geir Mark Fox Ted Fox Dan Klawonn takes a break from his schoolwork to flash a smile for the camera. Don Geiger Ginnie Geiger Paul Gilbert Dave Glascoe Barb Farquhar and Mel MacArthur search for new ways to make this year's Bolt the best yet. Terry Goss Randal Graham Jeff Williams finds a moment during his lunch period to catch up on some reading. Julie Goelz Linda Gordon Bob Graham Rob Graham 4 A- 49' Seniors Explore , 5 1g A , s f Wg y A S .: 'fi L fn ' 'N K .X : V , J Q. ffm, . A i A ' 'YN 2' it Ji.-. f s - We ,, f i I gig' tg 2 ii i A K - 3, . A , ,A , . A . eswkwid gay -.P-L g , vz- rs- smf-mw aegis X P' A m,-A if . s. i N iilffai , ' V. wg ef Ve- ,i me X 555 W K cs Se 5 4 31 FCS. JD he ,, ,,,,k,,.k ,. Jackie Harris and Vickie Pauley dissect a cat in physiology class. Paul Gilbert says "cheese" for the camera. Debbie Hawk John Hayes Debbie Heise Helen Helpling Randy Helton -f '--, 4 W - Jim Hendricks Lee Hendricks X x Chris Henz Kathy Hester Glenda Hitzfield 177 Carol Hoessli Cindy Hoffer Roger Hoffman Cindy Hogg Sharon Holt Martin Hoops Roger Horn Colleen Hoschouer Paul Horvath Tim Howard Dennis Huff Rowena Hyre Seniors Kindle Meditation in is li MW Howard Rowley washes dishes with deep medita tion in Bachelor Basics. 5 Q ,s s i . N59 , .gif fi' in Q53 ff if After some thought, Dan Klawonn makes an astounding point. Duncan Macpherson meditates at the patio doors. Gs Jim lreton Charity Irwin Claudette Ishmael Angie Jackson all Kim Rohr thoughtfully listens to a friend during lunch. Sharon Jaffee Dave Jaques Vicki James Kraig Johnson 9 'Enix . t. 9 QQ ,ah 44 4 Q 1 K x, :ti 1 1- .,Q,v,, O 1',p-an .ig , ,R Q' . Rf 4 1, ,- ,, ,.,'m Skid Seniors Activities Vary Sherry Johnson Dave Jones Debbie Jones Joni Justice Shilia Karimi Connie Keller Glenn Diilhoff boards the bus, ready for another soccer meet. While studying, Ronnie Schmidt enjoys the environment. Mike Keller Tony Kelley 'liars' Julius Kender Robin Kidd Ken King Rick Kingery V l I w Linda Kinney Dave Kinser Patti Kirkman Ruth Klarin Robin Spiller and Kaye Crane select foods from the daily cafeteria line. ff'-rf' ..,.a-- . v ' W - ,ef 1" -. f' 'Y I fe- 'YV X fwmsf 6. 6825 up ly -NIV Gene Florkey instructs Ed Walton on a new piece of music for band. Seniors Pull Antics 'K t gepsffil- V V i . wfgfg,-.s kia - 4. ,V , , 'I82 - 1, K TKT ,sawn Dan Klawonn Tom Kleismit fi ' gi 'V wb! 4 Ye Q A MX - 12545 1 'df A sv' Cindy Hoffer displays the art of blowing bubbles. Cindy Kline Brian Kneisley Jeff Wolff explains a problem to a friend. Greg Knoop Barb Kopp Dan Kratzer s I K Kathy Krisher Kathy Kroos Joe Kroplin 4 Kathy Lusher Byron Lutz Julie Lyon Melanie MacArthur Duncan Macpherson Fleva McCarty .lay McClellan Steve McCloud Donna McCray Harry McEIfresh Diane McHugh Mike Mandell 'S i Jeff Evans contributes comments to a conversation that is being held across the hall. O 1 D D D M, - u .U . Q9 O Nancy Parsons expresses a feeling of "Why did I have to get two Civics and one English at the same time?" Senior Faces Tell A Stor Mike Marcum Robert Marcum Flay Marker .Agp- ef ee e A ,Q ff'-:.afffji-deff' " ad? Jifiifi' Wm Sharon Jaffe discovers a quiet spot in the hall to work Craig Masters Eileen May Herman Mayes on schoolwork and her lollipop. Q"f""" eww Sandy Measel Carl Meeds Chris Mefford Kim Rohrer is astonished to find that she has made it through the Stephanie Mellas Cheryl Menk Bill Mescher crowded halls and to class on time. 185 Seniors Excel In Many Fields Debbie Mikesell Connie Miller Debbie Miller llff .Yr I '::"l Randy Landis and Mary Lou Petro find their own sport in the hall. Jack Mme, Fqobgn Mme, sandy Mmikin gl! Margy Minneman Kathy Moore 1: Nyle Morgan Pat Neary Charlotte Spradlin departs hurriedly as Glenda Hitzfield tells Cindy DeVol the joyous news, in the assembly skit. 186 Kevin Newton Jane Nixon Lee Hendricks watches as a fellow senior tries to prove that he has eyes in the back of his Joe Nixon Karen Nicholson head- Debbie Nunnari Steve Omar Chuck Omlar Greg Pahren Linda Parker Dave Parks S ,fi ff Bobbie Couchot displays her talent as a Thunderette at one of this year's home basketball games. 187 Seniors Hold Many Memories Sara Parks Nancy Parsons Vicki Pauley as A ixklisf Bob Denlinger talks with a friend about recent trends in cars. Bill Paulin Dennis Pavley Dianna Pearson Jon Perkins Lucille Perks Mary Lou Petro Don Phillips Mike Dorsey tries to make the photographer laugh by telling one of his Austrian stories E Gary Pilcher Polly Popps Carol Porter 'r tb., 1 3 gh " 5, sg, I -1 f J, D Af D , Dan Stephens waits patiently in the office for an early dis- Laura Porter Darlene Powell Debbie Powell missal. Greg Pritchard Linda Randall l 1 we Charles Creech takes notes and Jim Cavender listens intently as Mr. Overla lectures in the DE class. Steve Fleingraber Jeff Rench 189 Elaine Ressler Carol Rhoades Doug Satchell relates a humorous tale to a friend. Jeff Flhoades Rob Riber Challenges Await Class Of '73 5 2 LL Marc Smith modestly displays his muscles for the camera. Steve Tancred and his junior girlfriend, Mary Zanmarron, are dressed for the cold weather that is characteristic of an Ohio winter. 5' Howard Riley Fred Flittenberry Maria Ritter Nancy Roades 4 uf" Bruce Robbins Ed Robbins Scott Boshart uses his free time during lunch to watch the activity of those in the gym and to contemplate the happenings of the day. Rick ROQEYS Kim Rohrer Lynne Rolfsen Joni Rose Linda Rose Carol Rouse Seniors Set Goals To Accomplish For Themselves Joe Rupert John Rupert Doug Satchell Beth Saunders Doug Schaurer Ronnie Schmidt Teri Schoch Mary Schulte Lou Ann Schulze Dennis Seidel Pat Sexton Brenda Shafner Patty Shand fi? , 3.f 3 1 xr' R Q is .,,.,.gw ':i'ii'k Connie Donohoo concentrates while answering questions c a test. Gary Sherman an-. Tari Sherwood Mike Shirley Steve Shultz Debbie Sizemore Dan Sloane Linda Randall expresses happiness at a friend's good fortune. Mr. Fasick watches as Mike Mandell points out an interesting fact in the student handbook. Sheryl Smalley Diane Smith b Q1 Ed Smith Kirk Smith g fgqsiazfevmff f ' f'3wf,3,V:,-Q 5, , e 1 W K - Class Of '73 Takes A Look At The Light 'F' Side Cf Education 'Qi Marc Smith Sue Smith Pam Smyers Barbara Snyder V, :-A Judy Snyder Karen Sopronyi Robin Spiller Charlotte Spradlin Mike Springman Kafhv St3995 ss Ed Robbins gives the class a demonstration on blowing bubbles. Dan Stephens Doug Stevens LVL A r-29,5 A qiysf NS, V an Greg Pritchard finds himself in the friendly hands of Earl Wolf, Doug Satchell, Brian Kneisley and Gary Herr. Esken, Julie Goetz, and Debbie Miller make an attempt to but find themselves doing more talking than actual schoolwork. . I Jill Stevsmrt Shirley Stoops r""ll Dan Strunk Debbie S2il89Yi Steve Tancred Jeff Taylor 195 Seniors Express Themselv Mike Shirley listens intently to the day's lecture. Mary Thomas and Jeri Lynn Harlow laugh as they discuss current happenings at Mike Taylor Rod Thies Darlene Thomas Mary Thomas Jon Thompson Theresa Thompson Jeff Tibbetts Dave Tiley Steve Titus Dennis Trent 96 1 4 1 Q l v l Cheryl Truax Jim Tuss Debbie Ungericht Earl Valley Steve Vaughn Jan Vehorn Scott Viets Regina Vineyard DiAnne Volk Carla Wagoner ? Cindy Hoffer expresses herself through her artwork. RIGHT: Jeff Wolff, in a rare school moment, expresses pure, simple laughter at a teacher's human error. 54 54 JF' 'iii wa .ge Class Of ' 3 Leaves Its Footprints In ws' e 1' The Pages Of Histor Craig Masters, Jerry Dunham, and Scott Viets work on Debbie Walker Anese Wallace Mark Warren test. Steve Wasche Cathy Watson Bob Webb Jane Wertz Pete White Renee Whittenberger Lou Ann Wehrly Karen Winthrow Biting his lip to 4 a question. Xt Jeff Williams Dave Wittek We Melanie MacArthur asks the photographer "Why are you taking a picture of me?" 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A:A',.5-,,ifFdp"2iif'gfEl'Vaf- SA A-2aAfEl"?lAj -:'AA5'rq-A .4 ,: A . -frfi .J -,Arg-S-Li951'g.. .gf f ,V 4-J , 5-, 'A' 'A1--13521, ' .4 2,,f5f.:'fp'3Sff .r'1A-irgn "- ' ps 4541-'AKi.g. 5":',',:4q'l'f4 I" -v A.. " ' A -er ' A . ,, . ,ff AT-Q-f5fiS7"f?iff55:1 - Ah' ,A ,V .AAgQffgV3V,Vggg W :VV 1 Q " ' 1 472A'fQ,Qff'Qf3'i43l,51'7"f1I54'5f ' 'J 'e .Azi 1 Lg , -g,.QQ2gf-ityg ' ,, ' wg Af. V-WCEHLAVQ' sag, , : ii-V JV V V V- ., Aix xggsu, ggi. l-Z'3Af?-3'?Js- 'A . JA ff--'.-11. 431- , ., ,.'f..'..:y 9 x N 1 N Q Q I 5 4 5 7 'J S s 0 L as X 4 '72-'73 Junior Class Officers: Mr. Cornell, Advisor: Denise Barnett, Treasurer: Josie Davis, Secretary: Bill Danziesen, Sergeant at Arms Renee Schaurer President: Annie Hiotis, President. D. Allemang S. Andrews M. Anspach J. Anzek G. Archer D. Arnett S. Arnold D. Arnold G. Ash M. Ash S. Ayres T. Bailey D. Baker J. Baker J. Balch B. Balsbaugh G. Bailside L C. Barnes D. Barnett D. Bauer K. Beers T. Bergman V. Bergman S. Bernard .Q s XE ! QQ i at Fw Determination And Willingness To Work Describe The Class Of I9 4 'ks the song goes, "it started with a putt-putt party in the summer- ime," the Junior class got an early start toward the main event of the 4ear, the Junior-Senior Prom. They tried every imaginable way of raising enough money to finance he two to three thousand dollar prom. They picked up trash after ootball games, and collected pennies at lunch. For Homecoming they old the traditional mum corsages. During the basketball season, the diligent Juniors kept the prom funds olling in by operating the concession stand. The band and drill team were the major attractions when the Class of '74 sponsored Northmont Night at a Dayton Gems Hockey game. Work on Prom decorations began months early, as soon as the theme "A Night of Southern Comfort" was decided upon. After all the furor and excitement of the one big evening was over most of those who attended agreed that this Junior-Senior Prom would long be remembered as a thoroughly enjoyable events. S. Bicknell K. Binegar L. Blaeser J. Boston L. Bowden D. Bowser J. Bowser K. Brackman G. Brown G. Brown M. Brown P. Brown R. Brown D. Brigher T. Brothers D. Brumbaugh K. Brumbaugh B. Buchanan S. Bucholz M. Burns D. Bush T. Bushkar T. Butcher G. Butts L. Buxton N. Cannon J. Carroll C. Carter N. Casey D. Chapman D. Chambers C. Chinn J. Churchill D. Clark T. Clark P. Clifford C. Clinard Fl. Cochran M. Cody K. Collins J. Conley M. Cooper Fl. Cox L. Coyle D. Craig R. Crider A. Czarzasty B. Danzeisen M. Davidson D. J. P. S. J. B. J. S. K. J. C. J. K. S. H. Davis Davis Davis Davis Day Dearth Demi nt Denlinger Deibner Dilger Dillon Ditmer Dorsey Douglas Eads "Did you see the look on Mr. Roberts' face when I hit him with my maracas?! There Was Always Extra Time To Be Found And Used abbie Arnold puts finishing touches on Sandy Andrews' make-up r the "Night of January 16th" in the form of a hairdo. D. Eastridge M. Ekcar D. Edberg B. Elkins E. Erbaugh R. Erkes B. Ewing L. Ferguson M Feldman S. Fetters T. Fetters C. Fetzer S. Flangher J. Fox V. Franklin G. Frazier B. Friend K. Fritz C. Fuller G. Furr D. Gagaris L. Galbraith L. Grade D. Gaston J. Geiger J. Gerhard P. Gilland G. Githens M Grubb J. Gosnell R. Goubeax B. Gould V. Graham D. Gray Fl. Gray R. Griffith L. Hagens P. J. Hale T. Hale K. Hanson M. Harper J. Harris D. Harris F. Hanley P. Haupt L. Hauser W. Hawkins T. Heaney S. Heeter T. Heller P. Helm T. Helpling J. Henninger C. Hern W. Henry A. Hill J. Himes R. Hine A. Hiotis D. Hirsh B. Hissong C. Hizer R. Hodge S. Hoelscher Annie Hiotis shows her Greek Pride. Craig Masters and Mary Shartle absorbed in their favorite pastime- each other. QD Jeff Lubow engrosses himself in a good book. D G D L D. M. L Hofac ker H099 Honey man Hoops Hovater Huffman Hurst C. Ireton N Ishmael B. lson T. Jackson L Jewsikow C. Johnson B. Jones M. Johnson J. Jones T. Karimi K. Kastle D. Katzenbach C Keane P. Kelly S. Kelly K. King J. Keys D. Kincaid Fl. Kizer S Klawonn N. Knight R. Knight D. Kohlbacher L. Koller C. Kozak C. Kozak C. Kozak S. Krug M. Kruskamp C. Kuntzman G. Landers P. Lawhorn R. Lawson D. Lecklider E Leftwich A. Link B. Look R. Lorton S. Love M. Luoma A. Lutzweit M. Lynch C. Maggert S. Malott T. Manning F. Marcus G. Maurer S. Maurer P. McLin C. Maxon Fl. Maxwell D. McCabe B. McFee D. McGill M. McPeck B. Mergler G. Merkle T. Mikesell C. Miles J. Miller J. Miller J. Miller K. Miller M. Miller V. Minix C. Minneman J. Minnich Juniors Are In The Middle Of Everythin ,. Ta ' Q 7 K 4' in Barb Woodrow works to get a homework assignment done. D. Moore J. Moore L. Moore L. Morgan J. Morris D. Morrison P. Muenchow B. Murphy E. Myers R. Myers B. Neary M. Nemeth R. Nickle M. Nixon R. Orth D. Palsgrove E. Popowski P. Park S. Parks J. Parr D. Parrott G. Pauley C. Pavley D. Pearson S. Petering J. Petty J. Phelphs C. Piatt P. Pierson R. Pike P. Porter D. Powers D. Prather C. Ramsey G. Rasor G. Ratliff C. Redwine J. Reeves B. Renz P. Rhoades G. Rich R. Riley C. Ritter R. Roberts T. Roberts G. Robinson V. Robinson B. Roderer D. Rogders G. Rose J. Rose J. Roth B. Botterman T. Rotterman M. Routzohn R. Rowley S. Salisbury P. Sandoe R. Schaurer D. Schenking L. Schneider J. Schoener J. Schreiber R. Scott S. Sellers M. Serena D. Severt P. Shaffner M. Shartle D. Shearer N. Shellabarger S. Shields T. Simpson L. Short R. Shoup Megan Miller and Pat Lawhorn share a secret while getting a bird's- eye view of the Junior Class float. L , KX Y' it 'Jeff . 'Wt"W P ,J 3 Mr. Piwnicki lends a hand by doing a little tissue stuffing Juniors Spend The Night Slaving Over A "Hot" Float ei?-'ln Tim Jackson and Merideth Reeves talk over old times. N. Simontom H. Slade D. Smith D. Smith E. Smith H. Smith K. Smith S. Smith S. Smith S. Spiggle D. Spirk S. Spirk D. Spurling J. Stachler J. Stafford J. Stavley S. Starr D. Staselunas B. Stekli C. Stephens S. Stephens G. Stewart D. Stir S. Stooksberry C. Stoops K. Stringer D. Sturm J. Summers D. Swartz C. Swartstraubei B. Taylor M. Theall C. Thomas K. Thomas M. Thompson P. Thompson M. J. Thorne K. Tiley S. Tomboly J. Trombley R. Troutman J. Turner S. Tve K. Valentine DL Lee Ann Buxton, alias Super Fly, models her goggles. A New Look . . . At T pical Juniors. W . MJ 9' E Chuck Keane in a typical pose, - with his mouth open. D. Van Ausdale T. Walter S. Vehorn T. Wagoner Fl. Vansant J. Walker R. Wade E. Walton G Watson T. Waymire D Weaver S. Weh u nt B. C D. D. S. L. T. D. S. D. Weimer Weingart Wellbaum Wendell White Whitman Whitton Wiersema Wilburn Williams M. Williams T. D. M. S. T. K. A. B. M. C. C. B. M. D. D. G. Williams Willougby Wilson Wolfe Wombold Wood Woodie Woodrow Woods Yensel Yensel Yost Za marron Zaebst Berry Mooney , 3 -Hsu-,Wt "Come out here!" "No, you come in here!" Jewish, yes. Mark Spitz, no. Terry Hale, falias Jerry West! "Junior Class Song " " lt started with a putt-putt party in the summertime Then pennies, pennies everywhere, No quarters, nickels, dimes. lrah, rah, rahl We picked up trash, and we left some, Then for Homecoming, we sold the mums. Concession stands and Gems Hockey, And it's all for Prom '73! lsung to the tune of the Ohio State fight song. D ,- --ze. VUP ' ' Q, A Diana Lecklider appears at a track meet in her Sunday best. The Class Cf '74 In It's Entiret "Be sure to keep t h Jeff Balch displays some of his cannibalistic instinct. 1 i P.J. Hale, a girl of X-ill repute in "Night of January 16th w I 3 251 5 i Carol BHYBI' Dale Beavers Jerry Beck Rick Beers Randy Behnken f8ihV Blanton Barb Boharot Michelle Booher Mike Boston Jane Bowden CindY Brown Jeffrey Brown Leslie Brown Richard Brown Julie Brumbaugh Sheri Rose and Ronnie Hill look guilty as they clean their locker lfor a changel. Doug Bittorf Steve Black Terri Blair Cindy Boudreau Daryll Brigner Craig Brooks Gale Bryan Denise Bryant .lim Burns Rookies Find Time For Work, Talk, And Though E H I E 1 2 5 , , .ie John Bowden Todd Bowers Brenda Bowser Ed Brannon Leonard Brewer Frank Bryant Joni Butler Georgia Cahlik Bruce Carlton Mark Carnicom Rick Carpenter Jim Cass Boyd Caupp Anthony Cecrle John Chakaris Ted Champine Jennie Chlebek Mark Chenoweth Jim Chinn Mark Clemens Sherry Coalt Lisa Cogberly Kipp Cochran Sheri Coleman Sue Collar Craig Collins Terry Collins Ron Combs Chris Condon Sandy Conley Paul Cook Glenna Coon Chris Shellabarger finds a lot of time to work on projects for her second year art class. Bob Corder Couchot Crimmins Craig Curry 'A if R Cathy Corey Scott Cornell Pam Cotterman Bill Craig Jim Cramer Dean Crane Kathie Crowell Wayne Cunnigan Ray Curran Tina Curry Mart Czarasty Eleni Daskalakis UPPER RIGHT: In the middle of a busy day, Dawn Kelly finds time to stop for a moment of thought. LEFT: Becky Weimer is lucky to find time to talk to a few friends in the hall between classes. Sophomores Work Hard In Their CI Sophomore, Bonnie Rayle, tries to put together a difficult dress pattern in her Home Ec class. Mike Phelps looks serious as he diligently works on his homework in stud' hall. E 5 rl i 52 55 E 'S it Rod Davis Kristi Davisson Doug Dawkins Hank DeAngulo Karen Decker Mark Deem Cheri DeVol Deb Dean Peggy Dickensheets Maureen Dodt Teri Dolinski Wendy Dorfmeier Becky Dudon Sheri Dunkle Dwight Edwards Harold Eggers Dave Dow Barry Dowling Dave Drinnon Vickie Duckro Judy Eifort Deb Elkins Joyce Elliot Ted English 1 V31 ' K - N av 'M K V V i Ax LEFT: Sheri Rose and Chris Condon go over some math problems with ,,.-" in their math teacher, Mr. Backus. RIGHT: Nancy Couchot and Missy 4 ,,. Kern listen carefully to a German listening comprehension test in the language lab. Bruce Esken Tom Evans Rick Eyre Mike Fetzer Cindy Fiedler Sue Figley Kris Filbrun Mary Fink Flick Fink Teri Fischer Brenda Fisher Sherry Fleenor Brenda Fleet Stacy Flora Sandy Fosnaugh Jeff Fox Jim France Steve Frazier Tom Fromholt Doug Fry Doug Fryman Amy Fuhrer Mike Gageris Bob Galvin 226 Sophomores Get Involved ln Schoolwor ABOVE: Michelle Booher listens in class. RIGHT: Scott Cornell works on a Chem proiect. Greg Garretson Buddy Garrington William Gauvey Norman Gearhart Dennis Gebhart Ed Gibson Jon Gilland Debbie Gillette Cindy Githens Larry Gorden Tom Goss Steve Gravenkemper Cindy Gray Jackie Greene Doug Greenfield Tim Greenwood Kevin Greider Brenda Griffith Lanora Gross Brigitte Grossarth Terry Guerra as wn,. 2 2' E 2 Time For A Break ABOVE: Julie Jones rests during a lecture in math class. LEFT: Steve Schoener takes a break from band practice. ABOVE: Three baseball players pause to talk after practice. LEFT: Jackie Waitman stops to rest on the floor at lunch. Joni Hagan Phillip Hangen Deb Harrison Gena Hartman Steve Hayes Mike Hefelfinger Tina Hall Rodger Hansel Eric Harrison An Harvey Joe Heacker Patty Helms Barry Halley Denise Hardert Cathy Harsanyi Karen Hauch Ron Heatherly Doug Helton Kevin Haney Chuck Harlow Dave Hartman Sharon Haines Joe Heeter Steve Heinen Some Sophomores gfwtm- 1 I w i K W , H ' ,H Connie Meredith and her friend spend time talking to each other in study hall. ave Funn Expressions vt' ' LEFT: Studious Beth Quinlan is struggling unsucessfully to keep a straight face in study hall. ABOVE: Spiro Alex looks guilty as he is caught playing cards when he should be studying in study hall. Suzie Hoke Dan Holbert Candy Heise Mike Henninger Sandy Hensley Terri Hensley Denise Hoschouer Debbie Houston Richard Henson Frank Herby Donna Hess Debbie Hilen Randy Higginbotham Vicki Higginbotham Rhonda Hill Lora Hilliard Mary Hillard Jill Hitzfield Sheila Hockenberry Danny Hoke Tom Hollopeter Doug Honeyman Andrea Horman Larry Horn Deb Howard Mike Howell Don Huber Cathy Huffman 229 A School Day -Sophomore Styl ,ev 5 Z 1 Students catch up on sleep in study hall. Tina Kessler and Bonnie Rayle hammer in art class. QE Gary Huggler Sandy Hughes Judy Hull Penny lnskeep Kathy Jackson 'Dirk Jacobson Lynn Jaffe Vicki Jeffers Debbie Jefferson Ronald Jewsikow Randall Johnson Debbie Johnson Dwight Jones Julie Jones Mark Jones Brad Jording Terry Joslin Mike Kaenble Paul Kaebli Ron Karimi Becky Kearney David Kelch Pam Kelker Debbie Keller l LEFT: Some boys play cards at lunch. ABOVE: Other boys spend time eating at lunch. Dawn Kelley Bill Kelly Eric Kern Joanne Kern Kerry Kern Mindy Kern Missy Kern Tina Kesler John Kesling Jenny Keys Neva Kingery Sherie Kinney Angela Kipling Josh Klarin Craig Kleismit Kim Kleismit AI Klingenberg Debra Knoblock Mike Knops April Knox Sharon Knox Bev Kopp Terri Kramer Beth Krauss -1 f ll. Sophomores Find Ways Out Of Stud Hal 2' .45- Mm Ed Kucharski Joel Kuhr Mary LaMar Patrick Landers Scott Landis Gary LaPorte Jodi Larrick Scott Laubech Jim Lawson John Lay Joe Leisring Rick Lentsch Randy Lewis Sandy Lewis Karen Lillie Bill Lindeman Gayle Lindley Mary Ann Lindsey Nathan Link Kristie Long Mindy Longenecker Bruce Lucus Mike Lucus Perry Luckoski Dan Holbert prefers the heater to study L 5 hall six Becky Lyday Mary Macomber John Madrid Darrell Maggert Fritz Magsig Randy Marcum Sandy Marcum Chuck Marr Mary Marr Bob Martin Larry Martin Gail Maury Penny Mayer Bill McCauley Debbie McDonald Gale McDonald .--' ABOVE: Lee Ann Viets devotes time to band. LEFT: Mindy Kern and Sandy Lewis use the library for study. 4 Anne McElvvee Clark McFadden Robin McGangler Colleen McGuire Karen McKenzie George McManus Kathy Nlergler Leah Nleininger Connie Meredith Karen Merrick Marc Mescher Jeff Meyers Steve Meyer Mindy Michael Madalyn Miles Phil Miles Gary Miller George Miller Jim Miller Julie Miller Loretta Mills Pat Millsaps Allen Minneman John Minniear Tom Mitchell Steve Molnar Mark Moosbrugger Bill Morris Sophomores Spend Time ln Different Way 'Sk if F I v f I S 3 z l I F L l LEFT: Cathy Harsanyi spends time tying her pants. ABOVE: Brenda Bowser practices for band try-outs. I M -1 ug. LEFT: Eddie Kucharski prefers the concession stand to study hall. ABOVE: Todd Bowers likes to take Chemistry tests in the hall rather than in the classroom. Brenda Myers Terry Myers Terry Neary Patti Oberer Kathy O'Boyle Denise Oburn Pat O'Connell Marcia Oda Luanne Offenbacher Gregg O'Ryan Rick Omlor Debbie Pace Jenny Pacey Ralph Palmer John Paul Patti Pearson Dean Perkins Vicki Perks Brenda Peters Debbie Peterson Mike Phelps Rhonda Pilcher Candy Poe Janice Popham Kathi Post Tom Powell Betty Preuss Elaine Propst Beth Quinlan Mark Quinlan Debbie Quinley Linda Randall Zora Ratliff Jeff Ravencraft Bonnie Rayle Robin Reed Jim Flench Rick Renner Mark Reynolds Beth Rhoades Rick Rich James Richards Scott Rife Wilma Ritchie Alan Roberts Mark Roberts Pat Roberts Cindy Roderer Veronica Rogers Rookies Find Time To Do What They Li LEFT: Beth Krooss and Missy Kern take time out from schoolwork to sit in th hall and talk. ABOVE: Dawn Kelley and a friend find time to work on a proiec for art class. v- nv. Anna Rose Sheri Rose Debbie Rowe Kim Ruyle Cindy Schail April Schaurer Karen Schear Jackie Schneider Karen Schoening Carleen Schoch Steve Schoener Bea Schreck Jeff Schrodi Doug Schumacher George Scott Cindy Sendelbach Connie Shaffner Dale Shafner Chris Shellabarger Madelynn Shelley Steve Sherbet Mark Sherman Larry Shields Deborah Shouse Debbie Shupert Bob Simon Tom Skiles Linda Slife Penny Mayer chooses to sleep instead of work in study hall Finally -Time To Go Home Cindy Smallwood Allen Smith David Smith Judy Smith Larry Smith Lynetta Smith Scott Smith Amy Snider Gale Snyder Deb Sparks Sue Sparks Jo Spicer Carolyn Spilker Jim Stamper Mark Stamper Joan Starr Tammy Stein Sheryl Stidam Tina Storey Mark Story Susan Story Doug Streitenberger Diane Studebaker Nancy Studebaker Charles Stutz ABOVE: Bonnie Kayle and Jackie Waitman look for ride home. BELOW: Mike Walters calls for a ride hom: Barb Sucher Mike Tiley Bonita Vespia Lynn Weaver Phil Winteregg Mary Whitaker ...l Don Swafford Jeff Swafford Chuck Tindall Gary Triftshouser Lee Ann Viets Jimmy Volk Pam Weeks Eecki Weimer Steve White Nancy Wick Eric Woehl Dave Wolfinger Steve Swayne Ron Truitt Rick Wagner Mike Welch Alan Wickham Jack Woods Flick Swing Dwayne Swormstedt Joey Szilagyi Teri Ullery John Valentine Sue Van Eaton Jackie Waitman Jeff Wallet Mike Walters Chris Wells David Wells Karen Wells Sandy Wiest Chuck Wilder Don Williams James Wood Arthur Woalum Deena Zubrick -I 1 4 at as -.Q i , 4. ,r -ft , J. V. ,V 3 'rs t - . , . - ' i"- 3 1 Greg Thompson Becki Vencill Faith Webb Nancy Westfall Mike Williams 9 Miscellaneou Oh, my goshl I forgot how it worksl Jeff Balch expresses disbelief at what he's listening to. f if is X J B ' ' l Gene Florkey puts all he has into playing that French Horn. Jay Bushkar practices sewing on a paper practice sheet. it Facult Barbara Adams--Adv. Senior Math, Calculus, Senior Class Advisor, Bowling Green, Wright State Frances Bolinger--University of Dayton, B.S. in Education Gaines R. Bolt--French 1,2,3,4, Ohio U., L'lNSTlTUT D' ETUDES FRANCAISES DE TOURANINE, Tours, France, B.A. Ned Booher--Health, Head football coach, adult education director, summer school principal, Ohio Northern U., Xavier U., B.S., M.Ed. HOIIY Brady--Soph. English, Stanford, Miami U., B.A., M.A. James Bratton--Guidance Counselor, Wilmington College U.D., Xavier U., Miami U.,Wright State, B.S., M.Ed. Mr. Brill--Practical Algebra, Prac. Geometry, Modern Geometry. David Cambell--Alg. 1, Geometry, 9th gr. basketball, soph. class advisor, Miami U., B.S.. Sheldon Carr--American History, Anthropology, Wright State, B.S., Social Studies Comprehensive. L Larry H. Christman--Civics, Bluffton College, Ohio State, Miami U., Wright State, B.A., M.A. Nancy Rae Christophera-Child Dev., Interpersonal Relations, Home Management Bachelor Basics, Tailoring, Home Ec. 2, Home Ec. Club Adv., Cheerleader Adv., Soph. Class Sponsor, Purdue U., B.S., M.S. Dick Cool--Band Music History, Music Theory, District Music, Band, Thunderettes, Basketball Scorekeeper, Miami U., B.S., M.S. John C. Cornell--Art 2, Arts and Crafts, Jr. Class Adv., UD, Car- dinal Clennon, U. of Cinn., B.F.A.-M.A. Education Robert K. Davis--American History, Miami U.: B.S. George Demetriades--General Biolo9V. Adv. Biology, Physiology, Scientific TerminoIo9Y2 FMCC Advisor, Ecology Club Advisor, Indiana, U. of Pennsylvania, Miami U., B.S. Gary L. Denlinger'-Civics, Heidelberg College, Wright State, B.A. Richard Dill--Creative Poetry, Stories 8: Script, Mysterious, Grotes- que 8z Macabre, Biographies 81 Autobiographies, Soph. Basketball Coach, Athletic Council, Otterbein College, B.S. in Education A. A. DiRocco--Wittenberg U., Miami U., Xavier U., U. of Cincin- nati, U. of Calif. lSanta Barbaral, Ohio State, B.S.-Ed., Masters in Ed. Eugene Fl. Egan--Chemistry 1842, UD Miami U., Ohio State, B.S., M.Ed. Geraldine Eidemiller--Spanish, Miami U., A.B. Karen Emery-Physical Ed., GAA Director, Field Hockey 81 Golf Coach, Miami U. Massachusetts, B.S. Lloyd Fasick--Health 81 Phys. Ed., History, Manchester College, Miami U., B.S., Masters . Index Jack Fellers--O.W.E., Basketball Coach, Varsity "N" Advisor, Bowl- ing Green, Xavier U., B.S., M.Ed. g Robert Flavin--Algebra 2, Geometry, Loyola U., Wright State, B.S., M.S. Bev Foster--Phys. Ed., GAA, Miami U., B.S.-Ed. Mrs. Andrea Fritz--Chemistry 1, Physical Science, Ripon College, Eastern N.M.U., U. of Chicago, Northwestern U., San Fernando Valley State, U. of Calif. at Greensboro, B.A., Masters of Natural Science Dolores M. Fritch--Guidance Counselor, Student Council Advisor, Jr. Class Advisor, St. Francis College of Loretts, Penn., Ohio U., B.A. J. F. Goodwin-Personal Pathologies, Sociology, Soccer Bi ,Golf Coach, Muskingum College, U. of Mexico, UD, A.B. - F Rosemarie Goodwin--Librarian, Bowling Green, B.S.-Ed., , , . Carolyn Gottschalk--Gen. English 3, Journalism, Violence in America, Science Fiction Newspaper Staff Adv., Bowling Green, B.S.-Ed. Vanessa Guenther--Shorthand, Personal Typing, Economics, Gen. Bus., Miami U., Wright State, B.S.-Ed. Jeanne Hazel--Home Ec. 2 Bachelor Basics, Bowling Green, B.S. , i Maye Horning--English 2, Reading, Technical Terminology, Capital U.7 B.A. Micheal Johnston-Principal, Bowling Green,jWr.ight,,State, UD, Miami U., B.S., M.Ed. . . . ' Eileen M. Kriner--Office,Practice, Business Machines, Shorthand 2, Typing 1812, Grove City College, Northwestern U., B.S., M.A. ' Imy Livingston--O.W.E. Coordinator, O.W.E. Club Advisor, Miami U., B.S. - f James D. Long--German 1,2,3,4, German Club, German Choir, AFS, Wright State, Portland State U., B.S. . V Evelyn B. Morris--Guidance Counselor, Coordinator, Denison,U., Miami U., B.A., M.Ed. l Sally Murphy--Guidance, Bowling Green, Miami U., B.A., M.A. Leslie A. Nason--Renaissance,Psychology, Personality, Adoles- oence Adjustment,.Crime, Man 8: Change, World Socialist Move- ment, Ohio State,,gVinoennes'U., Miami U., Wright State, A.S., B.S.' Becky Newcomb--Driver Ed., Health, Volleyball-interscholasticBi Intramurals, U.D., B.S. ' A 1 Robert K. Overla--Distributive Ed., D.E.C.A. Club, U. of Chatta- nooga, B.S. Maureen M. Pansing--English 2, JCOWA Advisor, Miami U., Wright State, B.A., working on M.A. 241 Facuh Gerald M. Peters--Math, Aviation Ed., Manchester College, UD, United Electronics, B.S. Irene Meyette--Office Secretary Betty Puterbaugh--Home Ec. 3814, Sewing Basics, Bachelor Basics, Child Development, UD, B.S. - Ralph W. Ramsey-Physics, Physical Science, Baseball Coach, Bus i Mgi Ata Dept., Ball State U., Xavier U., B.S. R. D. Reynolds-Graphic Arts, Photography, Wilmington College, Miami U., Wright State, B.S. Donald L. Rinehart--U.C., Wayne State U., B.S. in Design Richard Roberts--Driver's Ed., Physical Ed., Cheerleader iiiy Co-Ad' visor, Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach,Bowling Green, B.S. gi ,A , L 'jr ,V Eloise Rosser-Readiness is All, Myself, Who Am l?, Comedy 81 Tragedy, The Minority Experience, Two Great Novels, Humanities, English Greats AHB, Chr. Eng. Dept., AFS Advisor, Ohio Wesley- - an, Miami U., B.A., M.A.T. Phyllis Sauerman--Office Secretary Fred C. Schreel, Jr.--Business Office Ed., BOE Club, Reserve Bas- ketball Coach, Miami U., B.S. W. James Shand--Vocal Music, Otterbein, Miami U., B.A., Masters in Music Ed. Roy Singleton--Vocational Ed., U. of Cincinnati. 2421 fi - 3 .-l.. it lndex Norm Skaroupka'-Art B8t4, Art Hist., Arts, Football 81 Wrestling Coach, Art Club Advisor, Ohio Northern U., Ball State, B.S. DoloresSmithi-Guidance Secretary Mark E. specm-sipeeeh 1,2,3, The Film, Adult Ea. Class, Drama Club Advisor, Bowling Green, B.S. g Connie L. Squires--Stories 8: Script, Bible as Literature, Film, BOLT, Urbana-Union, Ohio U., Wright State, B.A. Dale Storch--Psychology, History, Wrestling Coach, Student Coun- cil, Football Movies, Wittenberg, UD, Miami U., U. of Georgia, Ball State, B.S.-Ed. Jan Van Nostrand--Bkkg. 18t2, Business Law, Data Proc., FTA, Ohio U., B.S.-Ed. . Mildred Warner--Lunchroom Supen1ision,,iNutrition Classes, Iowa State, Ohio State, B.S., M.S. g . 1 , Dick Whitaker--Physical Ed., Cross-Country, Track, UD, B.S. Maryann Wilkinson-Kuck--Soph. Gen English, Self St Family, Self 8: Friends, Bowling Green, B.S. Jane Wolfinger--IOE, lOE Club, Miami U., Wright State, B.S.-Ed. 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Vandalia 898-5894 lleftl Nlerkle Pharmacy 7602 N. Main Dayton 890-1640 lbottom leftl Englewood Bakery 501 S. IVlain St. Englewood 836-3581 lbelowl Brenda Shafner checks out a new Chevrolet at Smedley's. Siiil -we ' -fm , ' .ff 1 S .A,-, -8 f f ' - 3 ,-:NL 3 8 ':.i::llNnt::li2Hg. gif "' W1 , 1 'iffejilfkffir ii P , me , V ,a - ' 5 , , 5 ' N 1 ,E :Af 'E L were .AM u VJ, , ' ' rn W, 's Vg 8 3 1 e ,..e . an 8 X 8' 'ele V a , , 1 e , . K I . I - 'H ' M . 355: QQ 4 wl':u 8 1.1 x. . f ,, . s f My Ar Sf. A A 5 - in fri ' 2 fn ' A? Janice Popham observes the refined art of cake decorating. qw, I wg ' fc 3 245 246 Sue Spirk rings register at Ben Franklin. f4?iizf,g.1 if Mike Theall gets haircut at Main St. Barbers. 7.6- 5- in J ' 67--'13 'bio 'I I , Ng :,. 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Rent a Ford-special weekend rates for new Fords. 1020 National Road Vandalia. 247 0555 W THE HOME OF CARS FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART THE DE TOMASO PANTERA A MID-ENGINE GT SPORTS CAR PLUS uNcoLN- MERCURY- HAT EUHIQHI MERCURY VALUE - QUALITY - SERVICE AND SELECTION IN NEW AND USED CARS 864 NORTH MAIN ST. - 224-1051 Y' 'ff"4' Iwi' fflli1Q,,v'3:f5g'Ya"'T ,agp ltyvu w,7?vg'f" u f-5,W7f1f4y yywfvvyf .. ,. 'ffm if ,-4, . 1 41- 'P -Q ,, w..e,,f--f: . .ffwfw -.gr ,V 1 .5 1,0-45" -'Qf . Qff n ,403 . .45 - ' ,-if-.pf-i9q.,f...-awp: at--sys Eaywyffi f aa-11.-ftfafffamf' -'QQ-v4a,.q,,v,rfwfQ.. W - f ,fqy 'A-MW. -my '. ff-.. '-:,. -' f. um a--,,,- aff 'ff' 'g,ff.,1f'4fl'. - ' V' 'ff W -f .r W ,grin -A ' -, ' wx! "JW, ' fd, O M 4 'Z gf,? 'U6'il7 Q71 S? fav' 9 I ' 7 - 2 ' SX i a - ' ' 1-K, J' l 1 411, . .' p X J .- H F 9 4 I-V -N ,-,G I J -, ' I ,Q . I 1 K -, 3 " "im -,y -L" -A ,,. - ' TQ". N? 3' 1 in W wif' ? 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Located at 10 West National Road, Englewood. ltop centerl 249 WC CLlS Om Lll Hosclwuer C us fum Buiiders W Cabinc-If Co. focafed af Hwenorfh weslc COPD 51" OIC Q6.GfT2O!'1Of !772WC?770! fancfis roads 901121 asa-5005 or ease-1974, "WHERE EVERYDAY COURTESY DAY" oodtown I IMPERIAL FOODTOWN NO. 6 TRoTW09Pf PWC 1095 Encuawoon run ENGLEWOOD, omo IMPERIAL FOODTOWN NO. 9 831 E. MAIN sr. CENTRAL OFFICE 2250 mnensou on. mmou, OHIO PHONE 254-8406 AUTO - VALVE INC. 1707 Guenther Road 0 D yt Oh' 45427 T lephone I513I 837-4165 0 TWX I513I 759-0870 Manufacturers of Aircraft Valves I Products, Change With Times X WWI W hR T SPARE H p I STRIKESY Rgh K Q z e e come You To Wes!! illigcgn lla nes W 'Y om Zrfa ogmurgoun ings tyle, Service n Area Businesses Dairu Queen -lk Syxoxlt moon' Daze- Lk Cl ues-w QQ N. 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A lf 4 v K .H .Q , A xg g , A , gi R Env S yi f lffif- if f i f 1 ,ff o if 1. 4 i Ji. , -U if 54", I ' 'A N - xc 45 ,W - . 4 . s A J. A iv ' f", Ak W ' , M Qs VA HIM D , fir: u 'Ps' NV I I igpgi ' W RWE 'Dzi'FW"f"Ww"' QHQ N sw 8 xi WQ1 'Q N . nda Shafner Teri Schoch find a comfortable seat on an Oldsmobile station wagon. Kroplin Jewelers 24 N. Main Street West Milton 698-4900 A-1 Carpet and Tile lnc. 2136 Nlain Street Dayton 278-7388 lfar rightl Penny Oldsmobile 839 N. Main Street Dayton 224-9771 ibelow rightl Hine's Hardware Main Street Union 836-5184 Plaza Wigs 1045 Englewood Plaza 836-5125 lbelowl , M, ' 'L -o -. ,, . ,, ,,,L . t by Ht , Rx ,Exx- i""C, 260 Ken Dearth browses at Photo Sports Center. Q s lox if 'S li ul if-,K gm 1 Zo, , I . 1 1' . JA, ,, A' Ex-25, r '- 1 im, , 1'- Products For Active People An time Thunderbowl 805 S. Main Street Englewood 836-5177 ltop leftl Photo Sports Center 6 S. Main Street West Milton 698-4323 lbottom leftl Peffley Ford 4600 N. Nlain Dayton 278-7921 lbottom centerl Owl Drugs 114 Main Street Union 836-3784 lnear leftl Shiloh Market 5835 N. Main Street Dayton 274-2173 E lbelowl Krys Condon Sherrie Kenney at Shiloh Market 32.55 W A A vii? ' 1351 gel, :gag Z- WE: fax mil: t . .wifi ii 253,- ig f fig, Q -Ms A Y' if f'WW.L. K ugyzwfs- is f.. :Q 1W:,.sz31'-me Y' 1 if-f ., , g .. ,, A , 4 -. A , ' iw? i ' i:S'i24H?L-a fini. -if r QL K3 ' W -'fifina 3'1i5rQ,'y:: -2 My 3f"QY-?+kf?E??3 X'i'f.'1?f 'f':Fk'w A Z :f .113-uf' :R ,.,w-1.52-3 :fn H J . .a .aff , r Q, SDA- Sf Zpfisfiik-22 ? 4 i fag, . -: .immgirg JI ' gf L if . r . GENERAL 0FFICES M CDan is challenged todag to excel in almost everg endeavor . . . those who do succeed often trace the beginnings of their performance pattern to accomplish- ment in high school and to those who offered stimula- tion and inspiration in these formative gears. Josten's has long been a partner to these educational leaders in providing a means of motivation and the rewards of recognition, and Josten's products have become tangible sgmbols honoring perseverance and achievement. Che class ring is representative of the fine tradi- tions of school spirit and unitg lil 'Ghe gearbook provides a lasting memento of the gear's accom- plishments E 'Che diploma is a lifelong record of scholastic success E Ghe graduation announcement heraldsthis achievement Awards recognize academic and athletic leadership. 0 l More than 3,000 josten's employees are dedicated to your complete satisfaction. Serving you locally: 0 MR. DAVE HERRING 2850 Fernside Ct. 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'12 'WE 1'5" 1 5 +3 , 4,5 S. ., 34, :Li it L,, ,H izfffw Q Q , .n.,f.v,.,N . , -'tl' 'A T 'W "Yi Y r v -f.'?-'l""' ' 4 V ' K , ggjfx . 'V ii 1, , wuz W- f1 f ,.,., A-iw ' fi1'F.i ' "Z..L ' Ci: ""53,'ffW""""',1-ik 4 5f"'Z fff?.5"L K V ' 2 wx-1 vw 1 -1- Q. . li? wg, x, V- f-V I P fi vw n, aff-7:1 U. , Q L, , 11-, X, mf' ' , V :N-umm.. ' f 1:-, A Jilfrifff., ., 1 4 . 5 - :WY X A -W.N,L'ifQnQg,we- 351 f 'KL ff '5 ,Z . 41 r 1 4 1 1 ' 1 3 1. , mgpryf. gg 5 '- - " a.,.egxfw!E1qv-W,-52,-ps" M" f U l a....,-uf ,a if if ri' The Last Thoughts Cf The Staff Listen my Juniors and you shall hear Of the perilous time we had this year Trying to finish a late yearbook Sweating so hard to get oft the hook All those pages that weren't done Meant hours and hours of minimal fun Triplicates swam before our eyes As all our youthful energy died Visions of awful white blank pages How we could see the school's rages lf we failed to give 'em what they wanted Envisioning ourselves as victims hunted Because their football team Was printed without a muddy scene Of men clashing over a ball Or grinning fools in the hall Flexing their plexus with no shame This is called the yearbook game To Nancy we leave our deep compassion Hoping to spare her our purple passion When our dear photographers failed to give What we needed in order to live Pictures!! Pictures rang in our heads "How the 'hell' finish a two page spread With one lousy blurry shot So sorry folks that's all we got!" Let us not forget the Spirit For that poor group let's hear it! Little sales and littler money Miserable Spring Flings weren't funny Our hearts go out to Carolyn To wrong that woman was a sin Yes it's true and we admit it We ran off 9th period to mostly visit The 'ole D.O. or yummy Cassanos Flirting and laughing with handsome young mano-s instead of cropping, writing, reporting We'd try to find the sure way of aborting Those white cut slips we'd somehow find Plotting and scheming and straining our minds So Babs and Tess and Fancy and Bill Melba and Xa and Ol Ricky Dill Timmy and Balch and Lobo and Jew Greek and Gillesbie to name a few Spirky and Junie and creative Mike Phalanges and Fruitcake to love and to like Connie and Sheldon and Barney and Fred Theall and Schearer were red on the head Staggs and Colleen and Lizzie Meade Pat, Alfi, mono and peppermint weed Birthday parties in 209-A So this is how they spent their days! Of the Bolt Staff's remains we give to you All the copy and layouts you'll have to do And all the fun we were glad to have had Take the good times with the bad Sometime think of us way above From the Bolt Staff with very much love. Bolt ' 3 ln The, Beginning . . . And End ln the beginning there was a yearbook staff. After all the meetings, workshops, fights and Connie's little pep talks, it finally looks as if this yearbook will be finished. No Yearbook, of course, is exactly the way an editor ever wants it, but this one comes mightly close. The staff and I had rough time with the yearbook and each other and at times, lmost of the timel, the book was a pain in the "neck". The thing that kept us going was you, the student body. Anyone knowing that 1,200 kids COULD BE on our trail if a yearbook wasn't finished, would have kept going. To tell you the truth, the yearbook wasn't even half finished until three days before the final deadline. With the help of almost 5 hours of sleep andfor none, 40 some packs of gum, and Star Trek, we managed through five days and four nights of getting some 170 pages done. And it's done! In the end there was an animal farm. With muchly love, Barb Farquhar lBabsl Editor in Chief STAFF June Dillman Uuniei Nancy Knight iFancyi Mellisa Meade lLizzi,el Teri Schoch iTessl Sue Spirk iSpirkyl Mel MacArthur lMelbai Denise Shearer iRedl Denise Barnett lJewl , T Sue Auvil ' Jenny Clayton Barb Sucher ' ' Jenny Vanica 1 Joe Rupert SPECIAL THANKS TO. Susie Heeter lXai Larry Davis for his EXCELLENT pictures and devotion of time. PHOTOGRAPHERS t . Bill Renz Tom Helwagen for giving up so many Randy Helton Mark Reynolds Mike Theall Doug Hirsch Bill Craig W Leah Meininger John Papp: A Great Endsheets' hours of sleep to help with odd jobs and moral support. Connie S., for everthing. Our fearless leader! 'x'Q ' 1, 51 is . . , -f , 1' 1, V ,.. ,. -ww .gf Q A 512' f . . 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