Northside High School - North Star Yearbook (Muncie, IN)
- Class of 1974
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School, Community Unite Profit from Each Other
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Northside and the community
opened up to each other, as each
was able to advance a little farther
with the help of the other. Various
organizations were provided the use
of the auditorium for their needs,
and the pool was open year around
to the public for recreational pur-
Titan backers showed their sup-
port as they attended sports events
regularly. The community and
Northside "reached out" to each
other in many ways.
RIGHT: Swlng Cholr members spend a Satur-
day morning particlpatlng in a parade con-
ducted during American Education Week.
BELOW: Senior Blll Bennon works on his bike
just before leaving on a fall Physics Club field
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ABOVE: Mr. John Huffman's science class
stands before the tree whlch was donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Fllchard Jarrett Jr. in late Oc-
Band Adds Life, Color to Sports Events
Without a band that provides
plenty of good sounds, a basketball
or a football game would be a real
"drag," so to speak. North's band
spent many long hours practicing,
and drilling, and rehearsing for all
sorts of programs, many of which in-
volved sports here at school.
Throughout the summer months
when the majority of the school was
ABOVE: Boys spend their lunch perlod par-
tlclpatlng ln a "hot" basketball game In the
ABOVE RIGHT: Senlor Mlke Johnston,
number 66, stands off to the slde to make
RIGHT: Shelley Walker, Sandra Nelson,
Mellse McDaniel, and Theresa Segraves vlew
the action of Band Day from the sidelines.
asleep, the band was marching In
the heat of the day on the school
With the addition of the unlform of
the band members, and the hard
work and long practices, all has paid
off for the band.
Marching band members, along
with the Tltanettes, provided crowds
with entertainment at half time. The
band performed in various local
parades. The band was always there
when there was a need for more
"IIfe." Northside should be proud -
the band sought to "reach out."
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ABOVE LEFT: Drum malor Jlm Snyder stands
erect after performing in Ball State's Band Day
ABOVE: Northside Marching Band members
walt patiently for their chance to perform in
LEFT: Sophomore Mellse McDaniel. ex-
hausted from much work and practice,
decides to take a nap after the band's perfor-
OH, OV9 On,
Move on . . .
. . . to bigger and better things,' is
the cry of all Northside Titans. Mun-
cie North is on the move, exploring
new regions and adding new dimen-
sions to the community, one of which
is sharing. Northside is privileged to
open its doors to kids of all ages ln
the sharing of its facilities. Com-
munity friends appreciate the use of
the gym, the swimming pool, and the
tennis courts, while the cafeteria,
auditorium, and library provide plea-
sant meeting places.
ln a student's life certain events
hold special memories for all,
probably the most important being
graduation, Northside's first full
class of 268 would most likely agree.
Other school year events are the
prom. the plays, Open House, and
the traditional event known as the
Winter Festival, a day set aside for
activities and the viewing of a pop-
ular movie, which helps break the
monotony of everyday classes.
A new dimension in the 1974 year
at North is the selection of a year-
book queen. The years continue to
be full for Northside students as they
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School Offers Mental, Physical Activities
At the beginning of the school
year, students campaigned and
voted for class officers. Fall sports
began with parents of team
members and community friends
joining Northsiders at home football
Classes began at 7:50 each mor-
ning, with students earning credits in
the pool, in cars, at other schools,
with on-the-job training, and in the
Even during the lunch hour,
students found time to relax, dance,
workout in the gymnasium, or "do
their own thing."
In the mist of all activity, the library
provided a quiet place to study.
RIGHT: Students find the library the ideal
place to study. where reference books and
other resources are on hand.
BELOW: Boys in Mr. Ken Miller's physical
education class warm up before a workout.
ABOVE RIGHT: Posters tor class officers
provide candidates with a chance to convey
their campaign ideas.
RIGHT: Sophomore Bruce Wlndmiller serves
Dr. David Guinn his lunch after losing a betas
to which team would win the World Series.
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ABOVE: Kathy Wilson, Karen Valenclc, JoAnn
Flatchford, and P.J. Wickman show Titan spirit
as they back North's football team all the way.
LEFT: Northside's adult "cheering sectlon"
waits patiently for the next big play at a Titan
ABOVE: Duncan MacGibbon tries a stunt on
the parallel bars as Mr. John Reeg, a member
of the Ball State gymnastics team, ofters aid.
ABOVE: Lori Thames steadles the cart as
Carolyn Nelson struggles to balance herself
on her head.
ABOVE: Sophomore Karen Wolter, ready with
a racket and balls, concentrates on her serve
as she crosses the court.
Summer Offers Carefree Days to Students
ABOVE: Junior class members get an early
start on funds tor the Junior-Senior Prom, as
they glve a car a thorough "rubdown."
Working, playing, traveling, ex-
periencing - combined to create the
summer of '73. Students found time
to play tennis, take a dip in the pool,
brush up on their gymnastic skills,
and take a break now and then.
Although Northside appeared to
be "asleep" until the opening of its
doors in August, a few groups were
very much "awake." The varsity and
reserve baseball teams practiced
throughout the summer months, and
the band spent mornings drilling on
The junior class spent some time
on money-raising projects, one of
which was a car wash.
ABOVE: Northside's reserve baseball team
relaxes while Coach Michael Paluch gives
them a game strategy talk.
LEFT: Melody McDaniel and Phil Wadman
engage in a battle by water with Linda Clark
and Tim True after a band practice.
ABOVE: Students engage ln conversation wlth
friends as they wait for thelr rlde home after
Activities Keep Students Involved
Student llfe activities at North
were no different from actlvlties at
any other high school.
Studies, extra-curricular actlvltles,
and jobs combined to provide
students wlth a busy schedule and a
full day. Involvement became a key
word ln the Ilves of many, as students
sought to further thelr educational
and occupational desires by par-
tlclpatlng in various school-oriented
Students found llttle time to call
their own as school lllled the larger
part of their day. Practlclng, drllllng,
and crammlng were words on the
minds of many students.
Worklng wlth the community,
volunteerlng time to various
organizations, and "reaching out" to
lend a hand was the main objective
of many students at North. Thus,
leadership and scholarship resulted
from the involvement.
LEFT: Pete Kuzme talks to Kelth Bradley whlle
he mans the popcorn machine during the
BELOW: Varsity cheerleaders practice their
formations and yells in the lront hall after
ABOVE LEFT: Freshman Blll Compton enjoys
hls lunch outslde the cafeterla.
ABOVE: The luke box provides entertainment
durlng lunch as students work out their own
dance steps to the muslc.
LEFT: Forelgn language teacher Mrs. Judith
Hahn helps freshman Tom Adams wlth an
asslgnment after class. h
ABOVE: Northside seniors enter Emens
Auditorium in the processional of graduation
RIGHT: Pam Staggs expresses a sense of joy
as she proceeds through the commencement
RIGHT: Aided by Mr. Owen Lemna, principal,
and Mr. Charles Marcus, assistant principal,
Greta Weiss receives a diploma from School
Board member Mr. J. Wesley Wray.
286 Graduate: First Full Class Leaves North
Holding their heads high and with
an air of accomplishment, the first
full class from Northside High School
marched down the aisles of Emens
Auditorium on May 22, 1973, to com-
plete the final step of their high
school careers. As they gathered for
the last time as Northside students,
feelings of joy, relief, sorrow, inex-
plicable happiness and fears for the
future all controlled the emotions of
the 286 seniors. lt was a time of great
emotion and sentiment, as seniors
and families thought about past
years and future years, college,
careers, marriage, and stepping out
into life. Thus were these and many
more feelings expressed in the
speeches given by Karen Kane, Tom
Spurgeon, and Susan Sciara.
In black robes flowing and steps of
haste, the seniors were happy to
grasp their long-sought-after
diplomas, which were presented by
Dr. Robert Freeman, aided by Mr.
Charles Marcus, Mr. Charles
Childers, and Mrs. Donna Zoll. When
all had received their diplomas, they
changed their tassles in unison, from
right to left, and so became
Northside High School graduates.
LEFT: As Mr. Charles Marcus calls his name,
Lance Mussler strides across the stage to
receive his diploma.
BELOW: Seniors stand in the cafeteria line for
the final time for breakfast before graduation
PROM COURT COUPLES FRONT ROW: Fred
Duboc. Pam Snyder, Kristen Tomlinson, Tom
Hinge. ROW TWO: Jim Clark, P.J. Wlckman.
Marc Groves, Julie Hannah, Janie Peckin-
paugh, Danny Marsh, Ann Liston, Jay Allardt.
RIGHT: Kristen Tomlinson, queen of the 1973
Prom, pauses with her escort, Tom Hlnga.
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'Underwater Paradise' Provides Fishy Setting
Spring brings, along with its gentle
breezes and new flowers, a tradition
called "The Prom." For Northside
High School it was no different. All
the excitement and anticipation that
accompanies the creation of a prom
'yvas alive at North as juniors anx-
fiously prepared "Underwater
it Underwater decorations greeted
X he guests as they were led the way
gp the dance floor by weather-beaten
jdriftwood signs. A ghostly ship-
iwreck and pink octopus also helped
to create a sea-like atmosphere.
Roosevelt Johnson and the 7 C's set
the scene as couples danced under
schools of fish which floated from the
No prom is complete without a
queen, and Kristen Tomlinson was
appropriately named. Her court con-
sisted of junior girls Julie Hannah,
Ann Liston, Janie Peckinpaugh, Pam
Snyder, and P.J. Wickman.
The fifth of May continued into the
sixth of May as couples began to dis-
perse from the North cafeteria to
change from formals and tuxedos,
and head for parties and early mor-
LEFT: Alan Sutton and Tammy Walker enjoy a
slow dance at the prom.
BELOW LEFT: James Toomer "checks out"
the situation on the dance floor.
BELOW: Phil Wadman and DeAnn Thomas
take a break on the sidelines after a fast dance
to the music of the 7 C's.
Established in 1973, the Winter
Festival was observed once again
this year in place of a homecoming.
Sponsored by the Student Council,
the Winter Festival was held on
February 8 to provide a change in
pace from the regular school day.
School clubs, classes, and Stu-
dent Council members planned
various activities for the day, in-
cluding such things as a tug of war, a
trike-a-thon, a karate demonstration,
and some basketball games.
JCL rented slaves and provided a
taxi service by chariot, while French
Club sponsored a haunted house.
There was also a Sweet Shop Walk
and several ball toss games.
Students could enjoy the Marx
Brothers flick, "A Day at the Circus,"
for a small fee.
ABOVE RIGHT: Female faculty members and
student teachers flnd that lt takes little
strength to move their competltlon.
RIGHT: Students at Dave Foreman's Karate
School present an exhlbltlon before the stu-
dent body as a part of the special activities
during the Winter Festival.
Activities Highlight Winter Festival
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LEFT: Boys in the Junior class give it all
they've got to hold firm their position against
the opponents inet really the female faculty
BELOW LEFT: Claudia Beebe fleftl and
Melissa Meredith lrlghtl prepare to position
Shelley Jackson on a tricycle during the trlke-
BELOW: Paul "Publius" Rupprecht serves as
a slave to Mary Kibler and Flick Martin, pulllng
them in a charlot throughout the school.
Sports Keep Students Active, Energetic
Sports involve a person and bulld
a person - inside and out. Various
athletes participated in sports,
sometimes more than one. Students
had the opportunity to become in-
volved in any sport, such as football,
track, baseball, swimming, or
Northside athletes built a name for
themselves and for their school. The
Titans became known for their
strong athletic ability, and communi-
ty frlends have been proud of
Northslde's accomplishments in the
Sports played an Important part in
most students' lives, whether lt
meant participation ln the sport, or
"spirit" from the sldellnes.
LEFT: It ls conference time on the football field
as Northside Coach Terry Hitchcock talks It
over with No. 85 -- Mike Holman.
BELOW: Football ls a tough game - as the
expression on running back Tom Tharp's face
shows - as he pauses for a breather on the
ABOVE: Going over the top wins points ln
track meets and cheers from fans. Titan Sam
Drummer shows the way over the high jump.
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LEFT: Brian Ferrebee klcks as he dellvers a
pltch for North In a reserve baseball game.
BELOW: Varslty cheerleaders Nancy Walker
and Sally Dickerson encourage Tltan splrlt at
a football game.
BELOW LEFT: Chrlsty Wagner blocks a
volleyball at a Sectional game at Wes-Del.
RIGHT: Refreshments are served lollowlng
the Open House, when parents find time to
talk wlth each other.
BELOW: lndustrlal technology teacher Mr.
Steven Jarboe meets wlth parents and
students durlng Open House
BELOW RIGHT: Freshman Kathy Sharp acts
as e student guide as she glves dlrectlons to
vlsltors at Open House
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Education Week Features Open House
"Getting lnvolved" was the theme
chosen this year for American
Education Week. October 20-26. The
theme was appropriately selected,
as students, parents, faculty, and ad-
mlnlstrators maintained a constant
Involvement throughout the week.
Open House featured classroom
vlsltatlon when parents were provid-
ed the opportunlty to meet with
teachers and admlnlstrators. Toward
the end of the evenlng, visitors vlew-
ed the Stage Band ln the cafeteria,
and the Swing Cholr performed In
the audltorlum. Varlous departments
presented demonstratlons, such as
the boys' foods class, and students
enrolled ln the radlo-TV class.
Other actlvltles for American
Education Week Included the llvlng
classroom at the Muncle Mall
presented by Mrs. Greta Young's
drama class. A school board
meetlng was open to the public on
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demonstrate televlslon equlpment ln the TV
LEFT: James Toomer removes muffins from
the oven which he exhlblts to vlsltors of the
home economics department.
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First Time Students Elect Yearbook Queen
Four glrls were nominated from
the classes to compete for the title of
North Star Queen. Ann Llston,
senior: Shelley Jackson, junior: Nan-
cy Marshall, sophomore: and Nancy
Darter, freshman, were selected as
Two one-week yearbook sales
campaigns were conducted. The flrst
was held ln the flrst of October, and
the second campaign was held
November 5-9. Before the October
campaign, all students had the op-
portunity to nominate one girl from
their class. The glrl who received the
most votes from her classmates
became the candidate for the title.
Students who ordered a 1974
North Star were allowed to vote for
the candidate of their choice. Senior
Ann Llston received the most votes,
and she became the yearbook
The North Star queen received the
flrst copy of the book, and she was
honored at an autograph party when
yearbooks were distributed In the
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didate Shelley Jackson.
BELOW: Sophomore yearbook queen can-
didate Nancy Marshall.
BOTTOM LEFT: Students make purchases for
yearbooks during the November sales cam-
BOTTOM: Freshman yearbook queen can-
didate Nancy Darter.
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Write on. . .
. . . to expand your mind and
further your educationf says the
voice of society to the ears of the
students. Education is the process of
shaping and molding a student's life,
forming it to become independent
and ready to face the environment in
which the student lives. For the
students at Northside, there is the
opportunity to choose and follow a
desired goal. Courses are offered in
almost every area - from
photography to physics, clothing to
calculus, or jewelry-making to
In every aspect of an education, a
student encounters feelings of
frustration, accomplishment, dis-
couragement, and unexpected
pleasures, all of which come
together to form a student's years of
learning and experiencing.
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ABOVE: Portraylng a character ln a book ls all
part of the fun that comes along wlth taklng
senlor Engllsh wlth Mr. Blll Smlth. Becky
Ashburn. Sue Roszell. Candy Sharp, DeAnn
Shank, Mary Ann Terhune, and Denlse
Augustlne contrlbute thelr falr share to the
ABOVE RIGHT: Junlor John O'Day glves a
"howto" demonstration speech on the use of
startlng blocks In track for Mr. Davld HaIre's
RIGHT: Steve Plppenger glves Rex Cooper
tlps on playlng poker for hls "how to"
English: A Course for Everybody
One of the largest departments at
Northside, the English area had
much to offer to students taking the
required courses and the electives
as well. The Greek and Latin
derivatives class was opened to
students interested in improving
their vocabularies and understan-
ding the origins of various words.
Contemporary Literature, Bible
Literature, Shakespeare, Drama,
Debate, and Journalism were a few
of the courses offered.
English is a required course for all
RIGHT: Junior English proves to be a
challenge as illustrated by these students who
struggle through a test In Mr. Richard
BELOW RIGHT: Barbara Osborne makes final
adjustments on her etymology project while
Karen Valenclc gives her addltlonal
BELOW: Karl Marx is represented by Don
McClellan, who portrays the character for a
book report in Mr. Bill Smith's class.
English Courses Take Time Hard Work
In the English department, Drama,
Debate, and Publications were three
courses which required much time
and hard work to produce the very
best. Students in dramatics spent
countless hours at rehearsals plan-
ning for the school plays. Debaters
were found after school with many
affirmative or negative debate cards
in preparation for a debate tourna-
Yearbook and newspaper staffers
were found at any time of the day
rushing to meet a deadline for on-
time final products.
RIGHT: Mark Rowland, production manager
of The Northside News, pastes up an ad at
BELOW: Norman Lamoureux and Kevin
Slaughter "come allve" during a drama class
BELOW RIGHT: Debater Nancy Grandcolas
sits amidst the cards upon which she bases
LEFT: Students ln Mr. Ron Mlller's flrst year
Spanlsh class work on an assignment.
Foreign Language Students Develop Skills
Students were free to select from
French, Spanish, and Latin ln the
Foreign Language department.
First year language students
studied and drilled to develop their
vocabularies and to acquaint
themselves with the foreign tongues,
whlle second year students spent
much of their time ln the conjugation
of verbs and in the memorlzation of
different verb tenses. Third and
fourth year students got a chance to
practice speaking the languages,
since there was much emphasis
placed on oral work. Students who
majored in a language also
developed their translation skills by
reading literature written by authors
of the countries.
Faculty members of the depart-
ment were Dr. Robert Hancock and
Mr. Ron Miller, Spanlshg Mrs. Sue
Scott, French: and Mrs. Judith Hahn,
ABOVE: Llz Martln, sophomore, llstens to a
dialogue on a tape ln her French class.
LEFT: Second year French students get some
experience with translations ln Mrs. Sue
Industrial Technology Appeals to Many
With the addition of one teacher
and more elective classes offered,
the Industrial Technology depart-
ment expanded with the appeal of
several girls as well as boys.
New programs gave students a
chance to work in more specialized
areas. Students in Power and
Transportation class did an in-depth
study of a small engine, with each
student disassembling and examin-
ing his own engine.
Five new one semester classes
were added: Architecture, Drafting
and Design, Basic Principles of
Photography, Construction Drafting,
and Electricity and Electronics.
Mr. Steve Jarboe was new to the
department, working with Mr. Phillip
Hallenbeck and Mr. William lmes.
LEFT: Several Industrial Technology students
"check out" an engine by disassembling
BELOW LEFT: Senior Tryg Anderson studies
one of the sports schedules fresh off the prin-
ting press in his Special Graphics class.
BELOW: Jole Poer expresses himself to his
Power and Transportation teacher, Mr. Steve
Jarboe, while working on an assignment.
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Sclara examines a strlp of film before prlntlng
ABOVE: Sharon Greene, senior, acts as a
model to a photography demonstrator ln
ABOVE: Dan Keppler and Tony Turckes prac-
tlce their cooking skllls In Boys' Foods class.
RIGHT: Girls are busy constructing garments -v-f-W Q
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ABOVE: Senlors LuAnn Sumwalt and Joanne
Smlth observe a Playschool child.
RIGHT: Freshman Brenda Hurd studies the
pattern gulde for her first sewing project.
Home Economics Offers HERO Program
The field of Home Economics at-
tracted many students, both boys
and girls. Students selected in-
teresting classes ranging from Child
Care to the very popular Boys'
In the recently added Home Arts
and Crafts class, girls learned to
develop their skills more fully by
creating knitted, crocheted, em-
broidered, and macramed items.
Those enrolled in Interior Decorating
learned about furniture styles, color
scheme, and related subjects.
Six students participated in the
HERO program offered at Northside
for the first time. The program gives
students credit for working in home
economic related jobs.
Exploratory teaching gives
students a chance to find out if
teaching is the career they want to
pursue, and if they can express
themselves by choosing such a
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prepare to greet customers at their afternoon
jobs in the HERO program.
LEFT: Senior Candy Sharp plays with children
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BELOW: Exploratory teacher Janet Shroyer
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Students Choose from a Variety in Math
Algebra, Shop Mathematics,
Trigonometry, Calculus, Geometry,
Business Mathematics, Analytic
Geometry, and General Mathematics
E i were the courses offered to students
wishing to pursue their education in
mathematics this year.
Coaching the mathematics
teachers, department chairman Mr.
Ramon Alexander taught subjects in
that area along with six other
Many students who were enrolled
in Mathematics were engaged in the
ff five-year program - beginning with
the study of Algebra and carrying
through to Calculus. Other students
followed through in some area for
specialization purposes with the idea
of a possible major or a teaching
career in the subject.
LEFT: After a rough workout in mathematics
class, these students find some time at the
end of the period to take a break.
BELOW LEFT: Mrs. Mary Ware explains one
of the many geometrical problems en-
countered by her students.
BELOW: General Mathematics teacher Mr.
Jerome Griffey pauses before responding to a
Labs Provide Knowledge in Science Classes
Various labs played an important
part in the science department this
year. Classes included ln the depart-
ment are Botany, Biology,
Shrubbery and Lawn Care, Zoology,
Conservation, Applied Life Science,
Earth Science, Chemistry, Physlcs,
and Physical Science. Many of these
science classes used techniques
applied in labs to gain knowledge
through research and common
Under the dlrectlon of department
chairman Mr. John Huffman, seven
additional teachers made up the
faculty ln the Science department.
Many students elected science
classes such as Chemistry and
Physics, while many freshmen were
enrolled in required Biology classes.
RIGHT: Chemistry teacher Mr. William Harris
is caught off-guard by the camera, while ex-
plalnlng chemistry jargon to his students.
BELOW: Terry Mahoney, senior, cares for one
of the many plants found In the greenhouse ln
her free tlme.
ABOVE: Elizabeth Albright and Tricia Liston
participate In a starflsh lab for Dr. David
Gulnn's Zoology class.
LEFT: First year Chemistry students Tom
Mlhal and Mlke Oxley examine a test tube in
Mr. Wllllam Harris' class.
Students Express Creativity Through Art
RIGHT: Steve Chalfant prepares his art
assignment on the pottery wheel as he molds
It during class.
BELOW: Mr. Don Rogers emphasizes the Im-
portance of a drawing to his painting and
ABOVE RIGHT: Jeft Bender, sophomore, con-
structs the right shape of wood for a piece ofa
RIGHT: Junior Johanna Farrell works on a
ring for an art project in Mr. John Loukos'
Jewelry, Ceramics, Painting and
Drawing, Sculpture, Graphics, Tex-
tiles, and general art classes all com-
bined to create the courses offered
in the art department. Students
found time to create and construct
their own projects and to carry out
Projects ranged from molding
pottery to making earrings to design-
ing colorful, bold signs and posters,
which were displayed throughout the
Along with department chairman
Mr. John Loukos, Mrs. Marilyn
O'KeIly and Mr. Don Rogers taught
various facets of art to students in-
terested in the art field.
Students Elect Courses in Social Studies
Economlcs, U.S. History,
Soclology, Modern Problems,
Government, World Affairs, and
World Geography are the courses
that were offered in the soclal
Besides followlng courses whlch
were required, many students
elected courses which alded them In
their understanding of current
Guest speakers played a big role
ln social studies since they provided
additional lnformatlon on the lssue at
LEFT: Students in Mrs. Clarlse Flelds'
Soclology class llsten to guest speaker Ms.
Margo Mlddleton, a WLBC broadcaster.
ABOVE LEFT: Elder Carter speaks to U.S.
History classes on the growth of the Mormon
ABOVE: Freshman Karen Kemezy follows
through on her readlng asslgnment ln World
Geography by uslng her tlme wlsely In class.
LEFT: Senlors Jeff Jones, Gary Hawklns, Pete
Floss. Bob Montbleau, and Tony Mlller choose
thelr own type of "rule" In Mr. Dallas Kunkle's
ABOVE: Amy Southers and Clndy Mong do
some book work wlth the help of addlng
machines In their Offlce Machines class.
ABOVE: Judi Johnson flnds that taklng dlcta-
tlon by shorthand speeds the notetaklng
ABOVE: Perrl Wllllams pounds out e drlll on
the typewrlter In her Typlng I class.
BELOW: Senlor Susie Parker gels some prac-
tlce ln the use of an addlng machlne In Mr.
Curt ErvIn's Offlce Machines class.
Besides offering such classes as
General Business Typlng, Short-
hand Buslness Communications,
Bookkeeping Business Law, Office t
Machines and Office Practice, the
Business department initiated the S
COE program for the first time, along
with the DE program.
Seven students from North were
enrolled In COE and attended
classes at Central under the direc-
tlon of Mr Phil Carey.
The COE program provides on-
the job training ln office work, while
students ln DE are placed in jobs
which interest them the most.
RIGHT Beglnnlng typlsts take a tlmed test to
determlne the number of words that they can
Business Department Offers DE, COE
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ABOVE: Senior Kathy Harding enjoys worklng
in the business department at the hospital
through the COE program.
RIGHT: Mr. Forrest Sears glves lnstructlons to
his DE students on dlsplaylng Items.
Band, Choirs Participate in Local Programs
Band members and choral groups
entertained and performed for many
different schools and community
organizations, especially throughout
the Christmas holidays.
Choral groups from North joined
with elementary, junior, and senior
high schools in the community for
the annual Christmas Sing at the
When the choirs were busy enter-
taining community friends, band
members were actively supporting
the athletic teams and participating
in parades and contests held in and
Department chairman Mrs. Doris
Faulkner directed the choirs, while
Mr. Richard Campos headed the
TOP LEFT: Swing Cholr members practice a
song before performing for a community
ABOVE: Girls In the Glee Club rehearse a
number that they wlll do durlng the Christmas
ABOVE LEFT: Mrs. Doris Faulkner, music
director, lolns ln sln lng at the Fieldhouse
during the Communlty Christmas Slng.
ABOVE: Llz Martln, Kathy Beard, and Tammy
Boye accompany the rest of the tlute section
and the band in a number.
LEFT: Phll Wadman and Melody McDaniel
recelve instructions from thelr band director,
Mr. Richard Campos, before partlclpatlng In
Ball State's Band Day.
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ABOVE Freshman Beth Garrett finds that go-
lng over the horse feet flrst - ls one of the
more excltlng thlngs done In the gymnastlcs
ABOVE: Wrltten exams are requlred ln almost
every subject - even P.E., where these
students work dlllgently over a test on the
rules of volleyball.
ABOVE: Part of any Physlcal Education unlt
includes the study of volleyball. These boys
anxlously walt for the ball to come over the
ABOVE: Mlss Janle Wlerks lnstructs her P.E.
class from the dlvlng board on requlrements
In the swlmmlng unlt.
Students Physically Exert Themselves in P E
A chore for some, a delight for
others, Physical Education aims at
body-building by means of vigorous
exercise. It can bring perspiration
and sore muscles, but It can also
produce a sense of personal
satisfaction that comes with a trim
body and physical agility.
Physical Education offered a wide
variety of sport - from swlmmlng to
tumbling, and from basketball to ten-
nls - but all of lt intended to bulld
sound bodies to go along with sound
minds developed ln the more
RIGHT: Sammy Skeleton doesn't say much,
but he ls an important teaching ald ln Mr. Dlck
Flsher's Health class. Sophomore Tony An-
dress may be about to lose an Index finger If
Sammy's blte ls worse than hls bark.
ABOVE: Drlver education Involves more than
just the time spent behind the wheel ofa car.
Here, Mr. Robert Newton leads hls students In
a classroom phase of drlver education.
RIGHT: Freshman John Adams gets an up-
slde down vlew ot things as he takes part ln
tumbling exercises ln hls P.E. class.
AUDIO-VISUAL ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: Norman Lamoureux, Brad
Forshee, Kent Ford. ROW TWO: Dale Tschuor, Brlan Dunn, Mlke Coff-
man, Terry Pence, Bruce Dunn, Robln Freeman.
GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: Lynne Summers, Amy
Southers. Lesa Pearson. ROW TWO: Blll Haley, Thomas McEwin, Jae
OFFICE ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: Lynne Summers, Linda Abbott,
Robble Segraves, Teresa Davls, Debbie Qualls. ROW TWO: Cheryl
Hughes, Sally Dlckerson, Brenda Lipscomb, Stella Carr, Nancy
Marshall, Melinda Bradshaw. ROW THREE: Patti Ashley, Nancy
McCullough, Pam Colllns, Clndy Sites, Teresa Lyon.
Students Gain Administrative Experience
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS FRONT ROW: Dawn Tammy King, Diane Wallen, Julle Jones.
Ferratt, Ann Welch, Karen Brown. ROW TWO:
Many students gave aid in the
school's library, dispensary. office,
audio-visual and guidance center
this year as they gave up study halls
to become assistants. Helping shelve
and check out books, distributing
bandages and supplies for minor in-
juries, and other helpful tasks rellev-
ed much of the work from the
librarian, Mrs. Cynthia Marshall, and
nurse, Mrs. Cleo Haney. The AV
assistants distributed projectors,
films, and other equipment to rooms,
while the office assistants picked up
attendance cards and performed
minor jobs around the offices. The
guidance counselors benefitted from
their assistants as they filed cards
and distributed passes to students.
Students also worked in the
bookstore selling school supplies.
BELOW LEFT: Office assistants Pattl Ashley,
Melinda Bradshaw, and Robbie Segreves per-
form one of their dally tasks-checking the
student attendance cards In the main office.
BELOW: DISPENSARY ASSISTANTS: Janet
Watson, Cathy Newton, Kent Haney.
. . . to improve club standing at
Northside as well as in the com-
munity,' state students involved in
Students work in clubs where they
compete with students from North.
as well as with students from other
In other organizations, Northside
students and advisers work together
to put out newspapers, plays,
musical performances, and the year-
book. The Student Council works
with the administration to develop
better communication lines. "N" club
members draw crowds to many
sports events, while the cheerblock
provides spirit for the events.
French and Spanish clubs plan
meetings and parties, while JCL
holds its annual slave auction.
Northside has many students ac-
tive in National Honor Society and
DECA. Still, more students par-
ticipate in clubs ranging from art to
chess to physics.
Through extracurricular activities,
Northside students reach out.
Staff Members Strive to Meet Deadlines
PUBLICATIONS FRONT ROW: Donna
Stevenson, Ann Llston, Blll Barnhart, Robln
Weiss. ROW TWO: Cathy Klbler, Donna
McCurley, Mark Rowland, Sue Roszell, Sue
Courtney, Tom Mlhal. ROW THREE: Kollol
Pal, Jane Brenneman, Nancy Haney, Carolyn
Emmons, Karen Brown, Kathy Wllllams, Jama
Kehoe, Klm Nixon, Nancy Boyd, Mary Klbler,
Sharon Courtney, Ellen Naumcheff, Mrs. Betty
Shondell. ROW FOUR: Bob O'Dell, Debbie
Sutton, Karen Kemezy, Klm Shondell, Valery
Glasby, Ruth Williamson, Jennifer Silvers,
Kathy Harding, Dave Shondell. ROW FIVE:
Gina Noble, Melanie Manning, Joe Howard.
NOT PICTURED: Shelly Bedell, Sherry Bedell.
Z. Mazenowskl, Mary Ann Terhune.
RIGHT: As edltor-In-chief of the North Star,
Mary Ann Terhune consults with Reld's
Studio by phone on getting a date set up for
taking pictures of organizations.
Many Publications staffers found
that it took endless hours of work
and total frustration to achieve their
goal - a finished product. To the
Northside News staff, this meant
night sessions to 6:00 p.m., when the
paper needed to be at Ball State to
be taken to Hartford City for publica-
tion. And to yearbook staffers this
meant total dedication at every
deadline - until the book was com-
pleted in early March.
Publications adviser Mrs. Betty
Shondell relieved some of the staff
members of deadline pressures by
lending a hand - especially to the
editors, who began to wonder if what
they were doing was worth all of the
effort put into it.
Sue Roszell and Sue Courtney
served as co-editors of the Northside
News during the first semester, and
Mark Rowland replaced Sue Roszell
when she graduated in January.
Mary Ann Terhune was editor of the
Debaters Host Tournament: Place Flrst
Hostlng their second annual
debate tournament on December 8,
North debaters put two new trophles
ln the showcase when the sub-
varslty team took flrst place out of
eight teams, and a two man team
took a flrst place. Northside placed
flrst ln the tournament.
Masque and gavel members put
much time and energy into the
productlon of the school play, "The
Great God Brown." The cast made
their own costumes, and masks were
made by several members.
MASQUE 8. GAVEL FRONT ROW: Gary
Welr. Davld Robinson, Vlcki Holman, Mark
Galllher. Don Snyder, Marianne Coll, Elalne
Gadzlola, Ernest Fltzpatrlck. ROW TWO: Kay
Potts. Normand Lamoureux. Barbara
Osborne, Kevln Slaughter. Vicky Brown, Mrs.
Greta Young, Curt Hunter, Sheryl Crowder,
Amy Renner, Bllly Marcum, Robln Welss.
ROW THREE: Kltty Cole, Nancy Mussler,
Peggy O'NellI, Michael Jackson, Susan Perry,
Mlchelle Mackey, Elalne Hamorl, Cathy Beck,
DEBATE CLUB FRONT ROW: Dlane Smith.
Blll Hurd, Phll Clark, Nancy Grandcolas, Davld
Robinson, Mrs. Greta Young, Gary Welr, Bar-
bara Osborne, Marlanne Coll, Debble Warren.
ROW TWO: Alan Brown, Jlm Duncan. Andre
Gouvela, Davld Holt, Bllly Marcum, Tony
Turckes, Debble Larlmore, Mlke Coffman.
SCIENCE CLUB FRONT ROW: Jean Burger,
Mary Dennls, Nancy Roszell. Tlna Roch, Jlm
Cossaart. Candy Sharp, RoseAnne Hahn, Pat
Plcha. ROW TWO: Klm Hussey, Mellnda
Bradshaw, Donna Oaks, BIII Haley, Julla
Plngry, Claudla Nelson, Becky Barnes, Teresa
Davls, Jan Mlchel, Mr. Davld Knlsley. ROW
THREE: Donleta Holtzclaw, Dave White, Max
Church, Alan Brown, Dan A. Whlte, Blll Ben-
ABOVE: At thelr January meeting, the Physics
Club does what many other clubs do - begln
preparations for the Wlnter Festlval.
RIGHT: Trying to come up wlth an orlglnal
Idea for the Wlnter Festlval, Lewls Roch and
Terry Davls llsten to other Math Club
non, Chrls Duboc, Terry Davls, Kevin
Kllnedlnst, DeAnn Thomas, Tammy Boye.
ROW FOUR: Kathy Sharp, Karen Hays, Peggy
O'NelIl. Camllle Mannlng, Stacy Paul, Mlssy
Worboys, Lewls Roch, Bonnle Broyles, Karen
Kemezy, Julle Terhune, Beth Brumbaugh.
NOT PICTURED: Valery Glasby, Lelgh HIII,
Jay Jackson, Mlke Lattomus, Russell Lawson,
Llz Martln, Sarah McKInney, Doug Mlnch.
Physics Club Hikes, Camps, Explores
PHYSICS CLUB FRONT ROW: Tlna Swan-
son, Lisa Bernhardt, Jlm Cossaart, Vlckl
Fischer. ROW TWO: Brad Fanger, Arnold
High, Dlck Wakefield, Andy Peterson, Jim
Watkins, Joe Edwards. ROW THREE: Mr.
Michael Wolter, Terry Davis, Blll Haley, Mark
Kelly, Tryg Anderson, Larry Klbler, Bill Ben-
non, Chrls Duboc, Tlm Bantz. NOT
PICTURED: Steve Dettman, Jlm Hall, Sarah
McKlnney. Susan Parker, JoAnn Ratchford,
Lewls Roch, Tom Schrenz, Randy Staggs,
Leadlng the Physics Club for the
year, Mr. Michael Wolter and
members of the club went on field
trlps and planned activities ln the
school, too. The group went blcycl-
lng, hlklng, and camping at Heuston
State Park ln Ohlo on October 13
Math Club, sponsored by Mrs.
Linda Hollls, involved members of
the club glvlng reports on lnterestlng
Mr. David Knlsley headed the
Science Club who, along with the
Physics Club, explored different
areas and carrled out projects at
MATH CLUB FRONT ROW: Klm Hussey.
Tlna Roch, Terry Davis, Davld Harrison, Nan-
cy Roszell. ROW TWO: Mrs. Linda Hollls, Joe
Edwards, Dave Kelley, Andy Peterson, Tom
McEwIn, Lewls Roch. NOT PICTURED: Steve
Dettmen, Valery Glasby, Earl McKlnney.
Cheerblocks Add Spirit to Home Games
Glrls' Cheerblock, sponsored by
Miss Janie Wierks, had a new
appearance this year as they all had
matching blue jumpsults with red
turtleneck sweaters underneath.
Although they only cheered as an
organized group at home games,
they had fan buses for many out-of-
Boys' Cheerblock, wlth Mr. David
Halre as sponsor, was mighty again
this year, giving much vocal
assistance with the added yells to the
girls' cheers. The 'N' Club, spon-
sored by Mr. Ken Miller, consisted of
boys who had received a Northside
varsity letter and paid their
RIGHT: Sperked with enthusiasm, the Glrls'
Cheerblock cheers the Titans on to a victory
against the Kokomo Haworth Huskies at the
'N' CLUB FRONT ROW: Alan Sutton, Steve
Ohrvall, Tryg Anderson, Brad Craft, Jlm
Watkins, Tom Elliott, Tim Shaffer, Mike
Holman, Jim Smith, Don McClellan, Mike
Johnston, Tom Miller. ROW TWO: Jett Hllles,
Stan Grlner, Mark Kelly, John Barnes, Mike
Baur, Phll Clark, Mlke Williams, Rick Donatl,
Jaime Lemna, Tlm Vesalakls. ROW THREE:
Scott Frazier, James Brothers, Randy Staggs,
Sam Arnold, Tom Schranz, Doug Cheesman,
Jay Allardt, Tom Tharp, Greg Cross, Joe
Sherman. ROW FOUR: Jett Martin, Blll Ayers,
Brock Gordon, Greg Dobbs, Tom Hinge, Dave
Swatford, Jlm Koontz, Ed Sutton.
GIRLS' CHEERBLOCK FRONT ROW: Terry
Mahoney, Pat Kelly, Kathy Jones, Debbie
Bonga, Klm Anderson, Janlce Fenton, Nancy
Wlerks, Andrea Sherldan, Dlanne Saunders.
ROW TWO: Mary Klblar, Sharon Courtney,
Claudla Nelson, Julle Summers. Kathy Harrls,
Shlrley Brenham, Cathy Rector, Barbara
Badgley, Klm Shondell. ROW THREE: Anlta
Campbell, Karen Cummings, Julle Morrls,
Perrl Wllllams, Kelly Manslleld, Klm Plttenger,
Jana Allardt, Klrsten Anderson, Lynn Berner,
Mary Dennls, Donleta Holtzclaw. ROW FOUR:
Jan Mlchel, Jean Burger, Dlana Ward, Kathy
Moss, Lorl Welnberg. Leanne Kelly, Sarah
Champlln, Julle Engelbrecht, Beth Dltton,
Mlchelle Garland, Bath Wenz. ROW FIVE:
Terry Showalter, Carol McNeeIy, Mellnda
Bradshaw. Donna Oaks, Bonnle Broyles,
Tammy Boye, Karla Alexander. Karen Ross,
Susan Butz, Melanle Mlnnlck. ROW SIX: Deb-
bla McGraw. Julle Terhune, Karen Kemezy,
Peggy O'NeIIl, Karen Hays, Vlckl Hunt. Stacy
Paul, Cathy Klblor, Barbara Emmons. ROW
SEVEN: Teresa Davls, Denise Stlftler, Clndy
Calvln, Terl Ruemler, Terry Melghen, Eleanor
Jordon, Nancy Boyd.
BOYS' CHEERBLOCK FRONT ROW: Blll
Ayers, Steve Ohrvall, Brad Craft, Jlm Watklne,
Tom Elllott, Tlm Vasalakls, Tlm Shaffer, Jlm
Smlth, Don McClellan, Mlke Johnston, Chrls
Duboc. ROW TWO: Larry Klbler, Jeff Hllles,
Stan Grlner, Mark Kelly, John Barnes, Mlke
Baur, Phll Clark, Mlke Wllllams, Jalme Lemna,
Blll Bennon, Dan Walte. ROW THREE: Scott
Frazler, Joe Edwards, Randy Staggs. Sam Ar-
nold. Tom Schranz, Doug Cheesman. Jlm
Koontz, Tom Tharp, Greg Cross, Tom Elllott.
ROW FOUR: Ted Jarvls, Tom Avlla, Dave
Boggs, Tlm Bantz, Jlm Brothers, Jeff Hlatt.
Doug Sleber. Alan Rowland. ROW FIVE: Blll
Haley, Tlm Taylor, Davld Stavnlng, Mark
Rowland, Chrls Martln, Greg Sumner, Don
Snyder, Tom Slauter, Andre Gouvela. ROW
SIX: Tom Mlhal, Ed Sutton, John Plngry, Doug
Mlnch, Kelth Rahn, Bob O'DeIl, Joel Palomakl.
ROW SEVEN: Tlm Bonnell. Kevln Bridges.
Bruce Wlndmlller. ROW EIGHT: Andy Mun-
son. Dave Tharp, Gary Retchlord, Preston
Proctor, Kelley Marsh, Randy Dague, Doug
Kehoe, Jefl Rlce.
Four Seniors Receive Merit Certificates
The National Merit Scholarship
Corporation awarded Certificates of
Merit to four Northside seniors as
they competed for Merit
Scholarships. Only one half of one
percent of the natlon's secondary
school seniors received these
scholarships, or about 3100 of the
Representatives and alternates
destined for Girls' and Boys' State
were chosen by a committee of
teachers from the Social Studies
department. Candidates' grades,
ability to participate in class dis-
cussions, and desire to be involved
with issues concerning modern
government were factors taken into
consideration by the committee.
Both sessions were held in June on
the Indiana State University campus.
RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Etta Sutton. guidance
counselor, shows Merit Scholarship Flnallsts
Marcia Starr, Rick Zeigler, Alan Albright, and
Klm Hussey their Certificates of Merit.
BOYS', GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES
FRONT ROW: Korlnne Kelly irep.l, Sherry
Bedell Qalt.i, Julie Marsh irep.l, Tina Roch
iRep.i, Melody McDaniel ialt.i, Barbara
Osborne iaIt.i. ROW TWO: Mr. Donald Fields,
Kevin Marti irep.i, Mike Baur iaIt.i, Tom
Schranz ialt.i. NOT PICTURED: Tom Hinga
STUDENT COUNCIL 8 CLASS OFFICERS
FRONT ROW: Dlane Smlth, Julie Marsh, Fred
Duboc, Andy Marsh, Candy Sharp, Tom Avlla,
Julle Hannah, Klm Nlxon, Kelth Peterson, Tlna
Roch. ROW TWO: Mrs. LaVonne Zlmmerman,
Jeff Bird, Don McClellan, Alan Albrlght, Kathy
Sharp, Tom Mlhal, Mlke Baur, Terry Sltes,
Mlke Duerson, Tom Stout, Nancy Boyd, Bar-
bara Osborne, Janet Wake, Llnda Clark,
Cathy Rector, Julle Morrls, Shelley Walker.
NOT PICTURED: Dave Ahlarsmeyer, Marsha
Groves, Lelgh Hlll. Dan Reno, Keith Smith,
Dennis Whltacre, Ron Wilson.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW:
Kathy Wllllams, Ann Llston, Jama Kehoe,
Dave Whlte, Chrls Duboc, Robln Chlco.
Marlanne Butz. ROW TWO: Klm Hussey,
Howard Holtzclaw, Rlck Zelgler, Alan Sutton,
Joel Palomakl, Jay Allardt, Blll Bennon, Janet
Shroyer, Pat Plcha, Sue Roszell, Marcla Starr.
ROW THREE: Mrs. Llnda Hollls, Teresa Lyon,
Gary Welr, Alan Albrlght, Tlna Swanson,
Lewls Roch, Terry Marsh, Russ Lawson, Terry
Davls, Janet Wake. NOT PICTURED: Denlse
Augustine, Pam Flederleln, Sarah McKlnney,
Susan Parker, James Spurgeon, Mary Ann
Terhune, Sharon Towns.
ABOVE: Student Councll presldent Candy
Sharp and sponsor Mrs. LaVonne Zlmmer-
man consult over some agenda for a oouncll
Camera, Chess Buffs Join Clubs
CHESS CLUB FRONT ROW: Alan Brown, Bob Blaser. Ray Vaughn,
Scott Bartels, Blll Wade. ROW TWO: Ron Royer. Joel Palomakl. Mr. John
Smlth, Karen Munson, Paul VenEvery, Gary Welr. NOT PICTURED:
Wlth Mr. Phlllp Hallenbeck as
sponsor, the Camera Club had a
total membershlp of 10. Camera
Club promoted photography con-
tests throughout the year. Dave
White, president of the Camera Club,
awarded Lelgh Hlll a glft certlflcate
from Jack's Camera Shop when
Lelgh won a photo contest held ln
the late tall.
Photographs that were submitted
to be judged were taken at various
Iocatlons around Muncie - In-
cludlng photos at Ball State and the
county courthouse. Camera Club
sponsors and members of the Art
department made final selectlons on
Under the sponsorship of Mr.
John Smith, the Chess Club drew a
membershlp of 11 - prlmarlly math
students Interested ln comblnlng
thelr abllltles In chess with another
mlnd to make thelr strategic moves.
CAMERA CLUB FRONT ROW: Joel
Palomakl, Pat Crlsp. Tlna Roch. ROW TWO:
Mr. Phlllp Hallenbeck, Terry Davis, Lewls
Roch. Dan Whlte, Steve Craig, Kollol Pal, Mike
Lattomus, Dave Whlte. NOT PICTURED: Mr.
Frank Martln, Lelgh Hlll.
School Organizes FCA, Good News Club
A new organlzatlon at Northside
thls year, the Good News Club, was
formed to provide Chrlstlans wlth a
chance to meet together and have
fellowship. Students from varlous
church backgrounds met every week
to share and to study the Blble.
Different parts of the Bible were
reviewed each week and often
members suggested questions they
had about the Blble for the entlre
group to dlscuss. Good News Club ls
sponsored by Mrs. Barbara Pugh.
Sponsored by Mr. Myron Dlcker-
son and Mr. Hans Sheridan, the
Fellowshlp of Chrlstlan Athletes was
Introduced thls year by a group of ln-
terested students who attended the
annual FCA conventlon held In
Bloomington last sprlng. The club
met ln several members' homes dur-
lng the year. The FCA held a pre-
season basketball open house, a
dance, and sold booster tags for
basketball games as moneymaklng
projects, with the proceeds golng
toward the trip to the state conven-
tlon and a summer camp.
FCA FRONT ROW: Brock Gordon, Dave
Shondell, Deve Swatford, Tom Avlla, Tom
Tharp, Kurt Humphrey, Kent Haney. ROW
TWO: Joe Wllllams. Mark Kelly, Doug Kehoe,
Tom Mlller. ROW THREE: Mr. Hans Sherldan,
Jlm Brothers, Mlke Wllllams, Marty Groves,
Mr. Myron Dlckerson. ROW FOUR: Jeff Hllles,
Tryg Anderson, Mlke Holman, Greg Dobbs,
Tom Hlnga, Gene Amlln, Mlke Carey.
GOOD NEWS CLUB FRONT ROW: Debble
McClellan, Ruth Burrls, Betty Dorton. ROW
TWO: Lols Ounapu, Clnda Burrls, Ellzabeth
Snyder. Brad Barnhart. ROW THREE: Mrs.
Barbara Pugh, Blll Bernhart. NOT PICTURED:
Bob Blaser, Jlm Bowlln, Mark Galllher.
DECA: On-the-Job Training, Responsibility
RIGHT: Senior Kent Coleman does some
stock work at Osco Drugs in the Mall.
BELOW: Mike Shaffer, a gas station attendant
at Denney's Arco, services a car on a lift.
Distributive Education Clubs of
l America, sponsored by Mr. Forrest
Sears, is a class offered to juniors
T and seniors who wish to pursue a
. career in the areas of Marketing and
Students in the DECA program
were employed at pet shops, depart-
ment stores, gas stations, drug
stores, restaurants, and other
business establishments, which
A served as their training stations. The
Muncie Mall provided jobs for many
of the students enrolled in DECA,
while downtown merchants and
other local businessmen employed
On Saturday, February 9, DECA
members participated in the district
contest at Ball State University.
Areas of competition in the contest
included Window Display, Radio
Commercial Writing, Advertising
Layout, Business Letter Writing, Stu-
' dent of the Year, Supermarket
' Chashiering, Interview, Miss Indiana
DECA, Spelling, and Math.
DECA FRONT ROW: Jlm Dennis, Janlce Fen-
ton, James Brothers, Ted Jarvis, Kip Wigger-
ly, Dana Scott. ROW TWO: Jama Huffman,
Paula Glll, Klm Nixon, Sharon Szymborski,
Jayne Sutton, Cheryl Hughes, Audrey Thomp-
son, Cheryl Hartley, Cindy Cunnington. ROW
THREE: Josephine Young, Carol Porter,
Peggy Fisher, Bob Jones, Greg Hottlnger, Jeff
Elliott, Mike Gegenheimer, Mark Werbil, Dan
Wheeler, Kent Coleman, Mlke Hickey, Mr.
Forrest Sears. NOT PICTURED: James
Bradley, Joe Edwards, Dennis Heller, Yvonne
Hazzard, James Ivy, Jama Morris, Dave
Paschall, Steve Privett, Jim Rench, Jenny Ru-
ble, Mike Shatter, Andrea Sheridan, Tom
Stump, Lonelle Thompson.
ABOVE: FBLA members Mlchael Hlckey.
Dlane Larlmore, and Krlsten Tomllnson dls-
cuss plans for thelr partlclpatlon In the Wlnter
Festlval wlth Mrs. Kay Rankln before school.
COE FRONT ROW: Kathy McDowell, Joyce Dew. ROW TWO: Kathy
Hardlng. Kathy Wllllams, Kathy Wllson, Naloa Walter. r
FBLA FRONT ROW: James Brothers, McEwln. Amy Southers. Mrs. Kay Rankln,
Krlsten Tomllnson, Verna Blakely, Kathy Jody O'Connell, Mrs. Arlene Satterfleld, NOT
Wllson. ROW TWO: Cheryl Whlte, Michael PICTURED: Dave Swafford.
Hlckey, Dlane Larlmore, Mr. Curtls Ervln, Tom
Spanish Clubs Tour Madrid, M
ABOVE: Spanish Club member Scott Bartels
irighti shows Jlm Brown and Jeff Garrett how
the "balloon bust" game works. The Spanish
Club sponsored the booth at Wlnter Festival.
alaga in Spring
Touring Madrid and Malaga dur-
ing Spring vacation, Aprll 6-13, was
one of the highlights for members of
the Spanish Club. The trip, con-
sisting of 51 students from
Northside, Central, and Southside,
took the members to the Costa del
Sol, a favorite tourist area. There
were optional side trips to Tangler
iAfricaJ and Granada, too. Many of
the members' expenses for the trip
were defrayed by selling candy in the
On March 5, the three high
schools had a carry-in banquet at
Northside, followed later by a
gangster movie in Spanish ln the
auditorium. The members were also
taught a Spanish dance at the carry-
SPANISH CLUB FRONT ROW: Nancy Darter,
Deann Harris, Jennifer Duboc. Cindy Calvln,
Nancy Boyd, Lena Hidalgo, Mellse McDaniel,
Laura Tucco, Roxanne Parker, Mr. Ron Miller.
ROW TWO: Perri Williams. Susan Amlln, Kim
Plttenger, Jana Allardt, Debbie Sutton, Tom
Mihai, Doug Mlnch, Dave Clrtln, Lee
Polhamus, Diane Smith. ROW THREE:
Korinne Kelly, JoAnn Ratchford, Teri May,
Nancy Grandcolas, Teresa Avlla, Doug
Stanley, Gary Ratchford, Phil Clark, Krls
Davenport, Lorl Weinberg. ROW FOUR: Kathy
Sharp, Leigh McCurley, Verna Blakely, Linda
Naumcheff, Joel Palomaki, Eric Perry, Mlke
Lattomus, Miguel Vasquez, Scott Bartels.
ROW FIVE: Brenda Bantz, Sharon Tharp,
Laura Grlner, Susan Hellmer, Jane Mlxell,
Dlxle Scurr, Tammy Boye. Peggy O'Nelll, Bon-
nie Broyles, Gloria Kershner. ROW SIX:
Marsha Groves, Martha Vela, Tom Tharp, P.
J. Wlckman, Alan Albright, Janet Wake, Janet
Shroyer, Gretchen Bookout, Terrl Gentry,
Carolyn Nelson. ROW SEVEN: Susan Ware,
Joanne Armstrong, Leanne Kelly, Janie
Packlnpaugh, DeAnn Thomas, Melody
McDaniel, Nancy Haney. Donna Stevenson,
Llsa Barr, Craig Shuman. NOT PICTURED:
Elizabeth Albright, Jane Amlln, Shelly Bedell,
Llsa Bradburn, Jane Brenneman, Marianne
Coil, Julie Engelbrecht, Valery Glasby, Marty
Groves, Llsa Hancock, Kevln Harmon, Jody
Hllles, Diane I-lugon, Krls Humphrey, Laura
Kllnge, Trlcla Llston, Cindy Parker, Katy
Peterson, Sharon Towns, Clndy Trapp, Nancy
Wlerks, Ron Wllson, Greg Zimmerman.
French Club Has Initiation at Westside Park
French Club held its formal inltia-
tion at Westside Park on October 9.
Inltiates went through the diltlcult
tasks of shaving balloons to rolling
tomatoes with the nose to singing
songs in French. After the initiation,
members "indulged" in a full course
A Christmas party found the
members walking the streets
. through lce and snow singing carols
LEFT: French Club sponsor Mrs. Sue Scott
lrlghtl is open for suggestions from the
members for Winter Festival activltles.
BELOW LEFT: Procedure for the opening of a
meeting tlnds the president of French Club
getting the meeting off the ground. Here. Tlna
Roch "does her thlng."
FRENCH CLUB FRONT ROW: Donna Oaks, Mrs. Sue Scott. Karan
Hays, Tina Roch, Julla Plngry, Kan Brady. ROW TWO: Renee Mackey,
Julle Morrls, Susan Thomas, Tracey Simmons. Shashl Puttaswamy,
Eleanor Jordon, Kevin Slaughter. ROW THREE: Ellen Naumchetf,
Claudia Nelson, Llz Martin, Dlxle Scurr, Lynn Hester, Judi Johnson, Kay
Potts, Becky Barnes. ROW FOUR: Vlckl Fischer, P.J. Wlckman, Bob
O'Dell, Barbara Osborne, Julie Marsh, Alan Rowland. Carol Neff. Janet
Stevenson. ROW FIVE: Nancy Traub. Jan Larue, Nancy Fuchs, Debbie
McGraw, Julle Terhune, Beth Brumbaugh, Robln Kress, Jean Swanson.
ROW SIX: Beth Dltton, Sarah Champlln, Cathy Culln. Barb Cass. Diane
Larlmore, Karen Wolter, Mary Beth Rich. NOT PICTURED: Ann Baur,
Debbie Danner, Dan Edwards, Melanie Manning, David Robinson, Sally
Ross, Mary Ann Terhune.
Junior Classical League, spon-
sored by Mrs. Judlth Hahn, con-
ducted an informal lnltlatlon on
January 28 wlth initiates enduring
various tortures. Bllndfolded and
helpless, the lnitlates were at the
mercy of the members, as they were
required to perform incredible feats,
such as holding the eye of Cyclops
and eating sardines.
A taxi service by charlots and rent-
a-slave were featured by JCL at the
Winter Festival. For only a small for-
tune, students could rent a slave for
their own pleasures.
RIGHT: Eating sardlnes Is a part of the torture
that initiates must struggle through at informal
ceremonies for JCL. Amy Renner receives her
share of the "goodies" from an official
BELOW: Sophomore Don Snyder models his
Roman toga before the informal initiation of
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JCL initiates Endure 'Tortures'
JCL FRONT ROW: Barbara Badgley, Elalne
Gadziola, Andre Gouvela, Joe Edwards, Doug
Sleber, Mary Dennis, Jean Burger, Teresa
Buzzard, Susan Butz. ROW TWO: Klrsten
Anderson, Nancy Roszell, Lindsey Stelzer,
Andy Marsh, Steve Robinson, Andy Albright,
Bob Starr, Amy Renner, Karla Alexander, Kim
Hussey. ROWQTHREE: Tom Hlnga, Alan
Brown, Scott Trout, Mark Rowland, Paul Rup-
precht, Rick Courtney, Ken Kratz, Jeff Blrd,
Kent Ford, Lois Ounapu. ROW FOUR: Candy
Sharp, Rose Anne Hahn, Clndy Sowatsky,
Greg Sumner, Ruth Wllllamson, Joan
Schwartz, Llz Vogel, Melinda Bradshaw.
Marianne Lafferty, Elaine Hamorl. ROW FIVE:
Becky Buckles, Tlna Swanson, Joan Adams.
Klm Ramey, Melissa Meredith, Julle Marsh,
Alan Rowland, Judl Johnson, Karen Valenclc,
Pat Plcha. NOT PICTURED: Sherry Bedell.
Clndy Bookout, Doug Cheesman, Jeff
Cheesman, Tlna Coleman, Brian Flke, Mrs.
Judith Hahn, Jlm Hall. John Howard, Jlm
McClure, Tom McEwln, Sarah McKinney,
Brad Mlchel, Kathy Newton, Pam Padgett,
Dave Paluch, Steve Paul, Kelth Rahn, Dan
Reno, Keith Smith, Dave Snyder, Don Snyder.
Exploratory Teachers Acquire Experience
Students Interested ln galnlng ex-
perience ln the teaching field elected
exploratory teaching during the first
semester. Students were assigned to
an elementary school, and they
attended the school for a minimum
of one hour each afternoon.
Exploratory teachers were given
grades by the teachers with whom
Future Homemakers of America,
sponsored by Mrs. Cheryl Smothers
and Mrs. Rebecca Holderman,
planned varlous projects throughout
the year. The group sold holly to
parents and teachers at Christmas
and took an actlve part ln the Winter
EXPLORATORY TEACHERS FRONT ROW:
P.J. Wlckman, Gloria Kershner. ROW TWO:
Candy Sharp, Nancy Mussler, Janet Shroyer.
ROW THREE: Gina Noble, Lorl Flvecoats,
Jerllee Doeden, Nancy Walker. NOT
PICTURED: Donna McCurley.
FHA FRONT ROW: Vlckl Hunt, Julle
Summers, Tammy Boye, Melanie Manning,
Stacy Paul, Barbara Dutchman. ROW TWO:
Nancy Haney, Donna Oaks, Audrey Thomp-
son, Melinda Bradshaw, Barbara Henry, Betty
Dorton, Karen Hays, Becky Barnes. ROW
THREE: Mrs. Cheryl Smothers, Jan Michel,
Camille Manning, Cathy Beck, Bonnie
Broyles, Judy Sparllng, Beth Garrett, Debbie
McGraw, Gloria Kershner, Karla Alexander,
Susan Manning, Claudia Nelson, Sharon
Courtney, Kathy Buennagel, Cathy Klbler,
Melanie Shorter, Tlna Roch, Janlce Johnson,
Kathy Moss, Sandy Flye, Mrs. Rebecca
Holderman. NOT PICTURED: Jean Burger,
Llsa Hancock, Sandra Kershner, Sarah
McKinney, Kathy Newton, Beth Priest.
Band Boosters Hold Auction for Uniforms
Along with voices, a music depart-
ment needs music to close the gap,
and the band provided the necessity.
Presenting concerts, providing
music for pep sessions and home
games, and participating In local
contests were of top priority to band
Band Boosters held an auction on
October 27 in the Merchants
Building at the falrgrounds. Netting
53,000 In proceeds, the money went
toward Tltanette outfits and the com-
pletion ot the uniform order for the
Mr. Richard Campos directed the
various sections of the band, the
orchestra, and the stage band in
community and school events
throughout the year.
SAXOPHONE SECTION FRONT ROW: Alan
Albright, Tina Coleman, Frank Utt, Brian
Waugh. ROW TWO: Jerry Crisp. Marianne
CLARINET SECTION FRONT ROW: Sandra Flye, Theresa Segraves, Beck, Cathy Cummings, Cheryl Hammond. Jim Snyder. Mark Galliher,
Susan Manning Beth Garrett, Teresa White, Debbie McClellan, Beth Jeff Strauch, Ron Kratz, Brad Barnhart, Blalr Calllcott.
Waters Jan Michel ROW TWO: Elizabeth Snyder, Carol Jennings, Cathy
I ,, I Lk,
PERCUSSION SECTION FRONT ROW: Tlm Green, Shelley Walker, ABOVE: Junlor Tlm True "does Il up" wllh hls
Dave Harrlson. ROW TWO: AI Sutton, Wlllle Smlth, Dwayne Adrlan, Rlck trumpet whlle walllng for the real test at Band
TRUMPET SECTION FRONT ROW:JonI Ewlng. Lee Krlse, Dan Fuchs, Phll Wadman, Bred Fangar, Steve True, Jeff Rlce, Gary Ratchford
Dave Ahlersmeyer, Ken Kratz, Brad Mlchel, Bruce Shepard. ROW TWO: Mellse McDanIeI.
Alan Goebel, Tlm True, Charles Shepard, Dlck Wakefield, Erlc Perry,
ABOVE: Greg Goebel and Dan Edwards tlnd BRASS SECTION FRONT ROW: QFrench lTubaJ Mlke Hickey. 1TrombonesJ Dan
that a trombone serves as a great place to hornsj Pam Howard, Bob Starr. fBarltonesl Edwards. Paul VanEvery. NOT PICTURED:
hang a hat when nothlng else does the job. Davld Aker, Davld Lunsford. ROW TWO: lB8l'lf0f16l Scott MBVBS.
lTrombones3 Greg Goebel, Blll Barnhart.
FLUTE SECTION FRONT ROW: Beth Brumbaugh, Kay Taylor. Judy Sllvers. Arnold Hlgh, Wllllam Petty, Cllftord Tretlck, Dlane Smlth, Carol
Sparllng, Kathy Conn, Tammy Boye, Kathy Sharp, Kathy Beard, Llz Mar- Sue.
tln. ROW TWO: Llnda Clark, Melody McDanleI, Cheryl Pierce, Jennifer
Orchestra Yields New Sounds Concerts
Meetlng the sixth period each
school day, students ln the orchestra
enriched their musical abilities by
putting their talents to use. The
orchestra ls divided into several un-
its wlth strings - the harp, the vlolin,
cellos, and a string bass.
Along with the other areas of the
band, the orchestra presents con-
certs, too. On October 30, the
orchestra played various selections
in the auditorium.
Other than concerts, the orchestra
plays a big role ln the production of
muslcals, when the members assist
the choral department.
Combining with the different sec-
tions of the band, the orchestra
provided a change of pace in music.
STRINGS IN ORCHESTRA FRONT ROW:
lHarpl Lisa Hancock, Ivlollnl Blll Compton,
Denlse Stlffler, Margaret Albright, Marianne
Michael. ROW TWO: tCelIosl Mary Farrell,
Elaine Gadzlola, Lorlnda Wiley, Andy Albright,
Amy Ahlersmeyer. IStrlng Basal Doug
Stanley. NOT PICTURED: Nlollnl Kathy Conn.
BAND OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Charles Marianne Coll ROW TWO Dan Edwards Jim
Shepard, Llnda Clark, Melody McDaniel, Snyder Joe Howard
LEFT: Student teacher Mr. David Bagshaw
takes his turn directing the Stage Band at
ABOVE: Before people who come early to be
assured a good seat, the Tltanettes and bend
practice thelr routlne for Ball State's Band
STAGE BAND FRONT ROW: QSaxophonesl
Jlm Snyder, Fton Kratz, Jerry Crlsp, Bob Starr,
Frank Utt, Brlan Waugh. ROW TWO: 4Drumsl
Al Sutton, QPienoy Wayne Grlle. ROW THREE:
fTrumpet Sectlonp Steve True, Phll Wadman,
Tim True, Charles Shepard. lGuitart Dan
'f -P. f-
Higdon. Urombonesj Dan Edwards, Paul
VanEvery, Greg Goebel. NOT PICTURED:
fsaxophonesy Alan Albrlght, Jett Streuch.
QTrumpet Sectlonl Brad Fanger, Brad Michel.
Urombonest BIII Barnhart.
Tltanettes, Band Combine Talents in Contests
Along with the band, the Tltanettes
found that it took hours of practice
and long, hard drills to make perfect
their routines. The Tltanettes spent
many of their summer vacation mor-
nlngs marchlng ln the hot sun so that
everything would be perfect when
the school year began.
For the first time, glrls interested
in marchlng could elect the course
and recelve credit as a Tltanette.
The marchlng squad, under the
direction of Mlss Janle Wlerks, prac-
ticed a new routine for each home
Throughout the year the Tltanettes
competed In varlous contests with
the band, provlded entertainment at
the county fairs during the summer
months, and marched many miles In
RIGHT: Tltanettes Debble Emshwlller and
Dianna Wages "rock" to the music of thelr
competition at Ball State's Band Day.
TITANETTES FRONT ROW: Pam Collins, DeAnn Thomas Dlanna Wages Debbie Korlnne Kelly Dawn Bonge Brenda Lelcht
P.J. Wlckman. ROW TWO: Nan Cacavas, Emshwlller Cheri Shaw Cathy LaRue Jlll Erlca Shlnnock Sandra Nelson
Teresa Loser, Stella Carr, Dlane Smith, Broadstreet Betty Conway Susan Haley
in f ,,.: ,,Lr E is . 1. E A
I A y
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ABOVE Swlng Cholr member Scott Trout
adds flnlshlng touches to the schooI's flrst
ABOVE: Northern Llghts entertaln parents
and teachers wlth "EverythIng's Comlng Up
Roses" at the Fall Concert.
NORTHERN LIGHTS FRONT ROW: Camllle
Manning, Dlane Smith, Susan Thomas, Deb-
ble Danner, Kathy Conn, Kathy Beard. ROW
TWO: Debl Sarah, Cathy Thompson, Elizabeth
Albright, Laura Grlner, Klrsten Anderson,
Sharon Tharp, Dlane Ryan, Llsa Barr, Donna
Stevenson. ROW THREE: Llnette Cook, Anlta
Howard, Tammy Boye, Karen Hays, Perrl
Wllllams, Missy Worboys, Beth Browell, Becky
Girls Choose Northern Lights, Glee Club
Girls who elected some type of
group singing in the music depart-
ment excelled in Northern Lights and
the Girls' Glee Club.
Northern Lights, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Doris Faulkner, sang for
many community groups.
Leading the Glee Club, Mr. Dennis
Phipps worked wlth the girls the last
period each day.
The Fall and Christmas concerts
found the two groups "singing away"
to interested parents, teachers, and
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB FRONT ROW: Susan
Greene, Lelgh Hlll, Mary Lane, Clndy Hines,
Judy Vaught, Barb Cass. Jennifer Gray,
Meredith Tomlinson. ROW TWO: Beth Ditton,
Sarah Champlln, Vlrglnla Snyder, Michelle
Garland, Llz Martin, Llsette Vogler, Glncle
Howard, Beth Wenz, Kristal Fischer. ROW
THREE: Barbara Roose, Karen Young, Terril
Donatl, Nancy Fuchs, Melanie Mlnnick, Linda
Wilson, Pat Rayburn, Cathy Beck, Kathy
Moss, Cathy Stewart. ROW FOUR: Janet Wat-
son, Nancy Traub, Brenda Wllson, Barbara
Dutchman, Susan Mannlng, Sally Watson,
Kelll Massey, Jan Hockema.
ABOVE: As director of the Glrls' Glee Club,
Mr. Dennis Phlpps spends one perlod a day
getting the glrls In good shape for perfor-
LEFT: Glrls' Glee Club members Barb Cass
and Llsette Vogler loin ln slnglng with thelr
sectlon, whlle Jennifer Gray walts for her cue
CONCERT CHOIR SECOND PE-
RIOD FRONT ROW: Davld McGregor, Mary
Klbler, Merle Hammond, Rlta Johnson,
Tammy Johnson, Clndy Sowatsky, Pam Cecll,
Clndy Calvln, Sue Roszell, Susan Styles,
Michael Jackson. ROW TWO: Kelth Peterson.
Pettl Ashley, Dlane Saunders, Andl Sheridan,
Lorl Welnberg, Jewell McClelland, Clndy Parr,
Cathy Culln, Leanne Kelly, Krls Humphrey,
Rlck Martln. ROW THREE: Mlke Duerson, Dlx-
le Walte, Sandra Brldges, Brenda Moralne,
Glna Noble, Sue Courtney, Teresa Lampklns,
Julle Summers, Mary Martln, Julle Plngry,
Tom Carthell. ROW FOUR: Rex Church,
Melanle Mannlng, Debble Emshwlller, Nan
Cacavas, Joyce Dew, Susan Groves, Teresa
Avlla, Dlene Hugon, Susan Luzadder, Claudla
Beebe, James Bryant, Scott Reed. NOT
PICTURED: Tonya Goodwln.
CONCERT CHOIR THIRD PERIOD FRONT
ROW: Dwayne Adrlan, Sharon Courtney. Julle
DeLong, Beth Klncade, Dlanna Wages, Shashl
Puttaswamy, Beth Browell, Nancy Sltes, Stella
Carr, Davld Aker, Ron Wllson. ROW TWO:
Bob Blazer, Debble Sutton, Verna Blakley.
Julle Jones, Belva Hurd, Debble Hagans,
Susan Haley, Beccl Waters, Janlce Johnson,
Lella Bunshell, Jlm Bowlln. ROW THREE: Ed-
dle Klng, Rosle Holder, Melanle Shorter,
Karen Wolter, Jenny Eavey, Llsa Bradburn,
Jayne Sutton. Kathy McConkey, Cynthla
Bookout, Carl Jackson. ROW FOUR: Ed
Moon, Bllly Marcum, Rhonda Goodpaster,
Ann Barber, Dlane Larlmore, Pam Wllllams,
Llsa Wlse, Nancy Chambers. Sue Peterson,
Terrel Goodwln. NOT PICTURED: Bob Hux-
man, Pam Pesottl, Kavln Slaughter. Krlsten
ABOVE: Freshman Mlke Duerson takes a solo
part In a Concert Cholr pertcrmance durlng
the Christmas season.
Both Concert Choirs and the
Swlng Cholr partlclpated ln many
concerts this year, servlng to "reach
out" to the community.
Getting the year off to a start, all of
the choirs performed In the annual
Fall Concert on October 29 for
parents and teachers.
Swlng Cholr members par-
tlclpated ln a parade held on Oc-
tober 27, durlng American Education
Week, when North's first float, made
by the group, was exhlblted.
The annual Community Christmas
Sing was held at the Fieldhouse on
December 9. The Ilve Chrlstmas tree
made lts final appearance there last
year, but It' was replaced by an
equally Impressive plastic stalned
glass window this year, deslgned by
Krlsten Tomlinson, wlth the ald of
Pam Wllllams, Ron Wllson, Dwayne
Adrlan, and Klm DeLong.
RIGHT: George Lawrence and Susan Parker
exhlblt thelr muslcal talents In a Swlng Cholr
Choirs Reach Out
SWING CHOIR FRONT ROW: Nancy Roszell, Kltty Cole, Amy George Lawrence.Dave Clrtln Tlm Vasalakls ROWTHREE ScottTrout
Ahlersmeyer. Kay Potts, Tom Lyon. ROW TWO: Nancy Boyd, Nancy James Bryant, Wlllle Smlth Max Church NOT PICTURED Don
Haney, Brenda Moralne. Debble Barton. JoAnn Ratchford, Deslree McClellan.
Jackson, Susan Parker, Klm Shondell, Dan Mlnear, Dave Ahlersmeyer,
. . . to a victory.' scream all NHS
sports fans and Titan backers. Par-
ticipants in sports "reach out" as
they try to keep North at the top of
the list as a high school power.
Northside is proud to be able to
send some of its athletes on to sec-
tional, regional, and state competi-
tion. And yes - even more proud to
claim Bud Palmer as the school's
first state champion. Titan sup-
porters believe that there will be
more champions crowned and hope
to produce many fine athletes in the
Cheerblocks, spirit societies,
cheerleaders. and the faculty let
NHS athletes know that they are
behind them "all the way" as they ad-
vance to higher stakes and greater
competition through active par-
ticipation at pep sessions and on-
the-spot support at the events
NHS athletes realize that to con-
tinue to exhibit their power, it is
necessary to fight on.
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inexperienced Team Claims 7-3 Record
Tom Tharp, Muncle's leadlng scorer wlth 58 points, gains yardage agalnst Lafayette Central
Catholic, as Tim Shaffer and Dennls Whitacre block.
With very few returning lettermen
and only one starter from last year, a
difficult season was forecast for the
young Titans. However, the squad
proved to be full of surprises as It
went 3-0 in the Olympic Conference
to win the Conference cham-
pionship. Northside outscored
Conference opponents a total of 70
points to nine. Even though the
Titans lacked experience, they more
than made up for it with outstanding
desire and a total team effort that led
to a 7-3 record, playing four state-
The season was a total team effort,
but some players deserve special
mention. James Bryant was named
outstanding defensive lineman, Mike
Johnston, outstanding offensive
lineman, Tim Shaffer, outstanding
offensive back, Jim Smith, outstan-
ding defensive back: and Mike
Johnston and Jim Smith, honorary
captains. Tom Tharp led all clty
players ln total points scored.
VARSITY FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Scott Frazier. Mark Hosklng, Rick
Donatl. Dennls Whltacre, Jack Cavanaugh, David Swafford, Dan
Edwards, Sam Arnold, and Scott Trout. ROW TWO: Steve Paul, Tryg
Anderson, Bob Hammerstein, Alan Sutton, Z. Mazanowski, James
Bryant, Blll Ayres, Ed Sutton, Mark Kelly, Jeff Hllles, and Bill Napier.
ROW THREE: Coach Hans Sheridan, BIllGruppe, Jlm Smith, Mike
Johnston, Mark Yaudas, Randy Staggs, Tom Tharp, Jlm Brothers, John
Klem, Kelth Smith, and Coach Don Fields. ROW FOUR: Coach John
Smith, Tom Hlnga, Doug Cheesman, Tlm Shaffer, Mlke Holman, Tom
Elliott, Mike Williams, Jaime Lemna, Jlm Koontz, Brian Jennings, and
Coach Terry Hitchcock. Not present for picture: Dan Reno.
Haworth Loss Mars Perfect Season for JV's
Mark Hosklng displays one of his two
touchdown runs In the junior varsity game
The junior varsity football team
displayed great enthusiasm and
spirit as well as skill in posting its 7-1
season record. The Jayvees were a
well balanced team, but certain
players deserve special credit. Keith
Smith, the Titans' quarterback, was
awarded the team's best offensive
back honor. Rob Barnes, center, was
chosen best offensive lineman: Phil
Clark was named best defensive
back: and defensive tackle Kevin
Bridges was selected best defensive
The only junior varsity loss was to
Conference foe Kokomo Haworth.
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Titan territory the whole first half, as
fumbles and poor field position ald-
Ned Kokomo to a 12-0 half time lead.
lThe Titans dominated second half
play, but were handicapped by a
rash of penalties which kept the
Titans away from the Huskies' goal
ff line and perfect season.
JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Scott Trout, John Estes.
Dan Showalter, Phll Bonnell, Mlke Kelly, Randy Dague, Steve Paul, and
Blll Napier. ROW TWO: Tom Mlhal, Don Snyder. Kris Davenport, Dave
Ahlersmeyer, Greg Sumner. Doug Kehoe, Randy Howard, Phil Clark,
and Scott Frazier. ROW THREE: Tryg Anderson, John Nelson, Kevin
Bridges, Marty Groves, Paul Rupprecht, Brian Waugh, Tom Lyon, and
Coach Hans Sheridan. ROW FOUR: Coach John Smith, Wlllle Smith,
Harry Ferguson, Jlm Dolan, David Lemolne, Doug Stanley, Joe Smith,
Rob Barnes, Coach Terry Hitchcock. and Coach Don Fields.
Frosh Finish Gridiron Season 3-4
S. Freshman football players, coach-
ed by Mr. Robert Carmichael and
Mr. Dennis Baron, posted a 3-4
record In their first gridiron attempt
at North. The team was vlctorlous
over Anderson South, Delta, and
Muncie South, but succumbed to
Yorktown, New Castle, Kokomo, and
Muncie Central. The squad was
hampered by numerous injuries and
lack of depth, partially accounting
for a losing season, determined in
the final game, a 0-26 loss to Muncie
Named outstanding players at the
Fall Sports Banquet were Jim
McClure and team captain Jeff Bird,
best backs, Tim Humbert, best
lineman: and Tim Green, most im-
proved player. James Buchanan
received the Coaches' award.
Jeff Bird fakes out an opponent and takes off
for a blg gain.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: Todd Jones, James Buchanan
Brent Downing, Jeff Blrd, Jim McClure, Jack Hammerstein, Tlm Shields.
Tlm Green, Randy Gllchrlst, Curt Watson, and Rick Hill. ROW TWO
Coach Dennls Baron, Coach Bob Carmichael, Jeff Aysse, Jlm Nicholas
Tom Stout, Tlm Humbert, Jeff Cheesman, Gary Hosklng, Kent Ford, Jlm
Butler, and Mike Halsley. ROW THREE: Blll Johnson, Dave Snyder, Joe
Wllllams, Greg Sutton, Steve Dowell, Dale Tschuor, Clalr Davis, Ray
Clark, and Phll lsenbarger.
Harriers Place Tenth in State
Although placlng tenth ln the state
finals was less than hoped for, the
varslty cross country team recorded
lts best season ln school hlstory. The
Tltans placed second In the Reglonal
behind Carmel, flrst In the Sectlonal,
and flrst ln the Olymplc Conference.
Senlor Joe Sherman was named
co-captaln and most valuable runner
at the fall sports banquet, after tak-
Ing elght flrst places during the
season, lncludlng flrsts In the
Conference and Sectlonal.
Other valuable runners were
senlor co-captaln Don McClellan:
sophomores Kelley Marsh, Jerry
Davey, and David Kelley: junlor Greg
Cross: and senlor Brad Craft.
The Jayvees flnlshed 7-1, and
took the city champlonshlp. The
freshman team went 3-1, wlth co-
captalns and co-MVP's Mlke Duer-
son and Scott Maves leadlng the
Senlor Joe Sherman runs hard at the Olymplc
Conference meet, where he placed flrst.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY FRONT ROW: Greg Cross, Jerry Davey. Ken Mlller. Davld Kelley, Kelley Marsh, Brad Craft, and Coach Dallas
D071 MCCIBIIBTI, Joe Sh9l'mBl'1, and Coach Blll lf'l'l6S. ROW TWOZ COBCYI Kunklg,
Sophomore Kelley Marsh helps Northside wln E 3 T MW, ' T T
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JAYVEE CROSS COUNTRY FRONT ROW: Greg Goegel, Ron Blckel, John Plngry, Kurt Humphrey, Mlke Clarke, George Goebel, Earl Kollock
Davld Butler, David Boggs, Pet Harmon. Mlke Darter, Alan Goebel, and and Coach Dallas Kunkle.
Coach Blll Imes. ROW TWO: Coach Ken Miller, Tom Elliott, Eric Perry,
Tennis Team Captures Sectional, Conference
A strong backhand helps co-captain Brock
Gordon become a wlnner.
Finishing the 1973 season strong,
the Titan Tennis team won its last
nine dual meets, and went on to
place first in the Olympic Conference
with 20 points, first in the Sectional
with 27 points, and fifth ln the
Regional with one point.
Brock Gordon, the Titans' Most
Valuable Player and co-captain, won
the singles' Conference cham-
pionship, and was a member of the
doubles team that won the sectional.
Tim Vasalakis, the Titans' other co-
captain, was Brock's partner in wln-
ning the Sectional championship. He
also teamed with Mike Baur to wln
the Conference doubles.
The doubles team of Sam
Drummer and Mike Baur took se-
cond inthe Sectional behind Gordon
and Vasalakis. Dick Wakefield and
Andre Gouveia also played a blg part
in North's 13-2 season record.
The Titan Jayvees flnlshed the
year with a 7-2 season record. Mr.
Curt Ervin coached both teams.
Other co-captain Tlm Vasalakls skillfully plays
VARSITY TENNIS FRONT ROW: Mike Baur, Curt Ervin. ROW TWO: Tim Vasalakis, Sam
Dlck Wakefield, Andre Gouveia, and Coach Drummer, and Brock Gordon.
Hopeful of "acelng" hls opponent. Brock Gor-
don attempts the serve.
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their first Muncie Sectional championship.
Floating upward, junior Sam Drummer puts ln
an easy two against Madison Heights.
Looking forward to something
even bigger than their first Sectional
championship, the tall and mighty
Titans were preparing for Regional
competition at New Castle when final
yearbook copy went to press. "Rip
City" became an "inside" slogan at
tourney time, and only Titan
followers knew the true meaning.
Winning 10 of their last 11 games,
the cagers streaked into the Muncie
Sectional with a 15-5 record. North
floated by South 84-65, and Central
90-72, and then exploded to a 90-60
win over Delta to claim the school's
first Sectional trophy.
Sam Drummer, second leading
scorer in the city with a 22.1 average,
scored 80 points in the sectional,
pulled down 37 rebounds, and pass-
ed out 15 assists. Pete Kuzma led the
city scoring race with a 23.6 average,
and totaled 70 points and 21
rebounds in Sectional play. Gene
Amlin rounded out the front line to
make it one of the best in the state,
and the improved play of guards
Rick Donati, Greg Dobbs, and ex-
cellent bench strength provided
Coach Dickerson's winning com-
Jumping Gene Amlln drops in two from the
rafters In the Madison Grant game.
Junior Rick Donatl puts the move on his
defender and puts ln two.
ABOVE: Senior Mike Holman uses his potent
jump shot to score over a Kokomo Haworth
BELOW: Forward Mlke Carey, lunlor, drlves
the baseline for two points agalnst Portland.
Racing past his opponent, Junior Greg Dobbs
looks to pass off. Greg had over 100 assists
ABOVE: Trying to decide whether or not to
dunk the ball, Tom Hlnga lays lt ln for two
BELOW: Junior Brock Gordon uses a Delta
foe during Sectional play.
Gllding to the basket, senior Tom Miller
scores as a defender runs by.
ABOVE: Senior Terry Marsh gets his points
the hard way-as shown here against
BELOW: Leading the Titan fast break, Dave
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Winning eight of their last nine
games, the TItanJayvees finished the
season with an impressive 13-7
record. Big wins were against New
Castle, Ft. Wayne South, Richmond.
and Indianapolis Cathedral.
Northside fans came out early to
see the young Titans perform, since
most encounters were close and
went down to the wire. Of the seven
losses, three were by one or two
points, while four victories were by
three or less.
Coach Curt Ervin's crew started
out slowly, losing their first two ball
games, but then caught fire, winning
five in a row before losing to the
Madison Heights Pirates. They
finished the campaign with five
The reserve squad averaged 54.2
points per game, while holding their
opponents to only 46.8. Twelve
sophomores and two juniors com-
prised the team.
Drlvlng down the middle, Sophomore Dave
Shondell scores two points against Portland.
JAYVEE BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: John
Estes, Doug Kehoe, Dave Shondell, Larry
Whiting, Chris Davis. ROW TWO: Ned
Broadstreet, Keith Smith, Marty Groves, Brian
Fike, Dennis Elton, Kevin Fteams. Kevin
Bridges, Coach Curtis Ervin.
Sophomore Marty Groves puts the move on
his defender and scores.
Freshmen Take City Championship
Freshman standout Eric Eckelman takes a
baseline shot over a Richmond defender. The
Tltans went on to wln the game 67-65 ln over-
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRONT ROW:
Mlke Dickerson, Jeff Blrd, Jlm Nicholas, Pat
Mamot, Steve Wllllams, Jim Buchanan, Tim
Shields, Tom Stout, Manager Blair Calllcott.
ROW TWO: Manager John Buennagel, Todd
Jones, Jeff Cheesman, Rick Hlll, Phll lsen-
barger, Eric Eckelman, Mike Duerson. Glenn
Walls, Andy Marsh, Gary Hosking, Steve
Miller and Coach Mike Paluch.
Compiling the best won-lost
record of any freshman basketball
team in the history of Northside, the
1973-74 frosh won the City cham-
pionship for the third consecutive
After building a 13-3 season
record, the young Titans defeated
Muncie Central 63-52 ln the first
round of the city tourney, and then
knocked oft Yorktown 52-44 in the
The freshmen as a team shot .502
from the field, and they averaged
55.9 points per game, both of which
were new freshman records. Eric
Eckelman set some individual
records by scoring 269 points and
shooting 58.6 percent from the field.
He also set a school record with his
75.5 percent free throw shooting.
Forwards Phil lsenbarger, Mike
Duerson, and Glenn Walls, and
guards Gary Hosking, Todd Jones,
and Jeff Bird played a big part in the
frosh record-breaking season.
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Foreign exchange student Pat Mamot drives
down the middle for a hard earned bucket.
Grapplers Gain First IHSAA State Crown
On Saturday, Feb. 23, 1974,
Coach Fred Ginther's mighty Titan
wrestlers won the first IHSAA state
championship for Northside. ln win-
ning the State, the Titans outscored
Bloomington South, a team that had
been state champs for the last five
years, 46-36. Logansport was third
with 24V2 points.
Senior Bud Palmer brought his
high school career to an end when
he decisioned Southport's Jeff Pitt-
man, 9-2, to take his second straight
state championship in the 167 pound
weight class. Bud compiled a 28-0
record with 24 pins this season, and
has won his last 57 consecutive
matches over the last two years. Bud
also received the Harold F. Mumby
Award for mental attitude to put the
finishing touches on his glorious
Placing second in the State were
Dennis Whitacre at 138: James
Toomer at 1323 and Larry Kibler at
185. Carl Jackson was fourth at 105.
Bud Palmer, 167 pound senior, stands on the
state champion platform for the second year.
Coach Fred Ginther's state champion trophy. North outscored Bloomington South
wrestlers admire their state championship 46-36 to take first.
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his East Chicago Washington foe in the first
round of state competltlon. Palmer also won
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the Harold F. Mumby Award for mental at
l Senior James Toomer itopj moves toward a pin of his South Bend
Adams counterpart ln the first round of State.
Larry Klbler fright! and his Calumet opponent are locked ln furious battle
in the flrst-round match of the State meet.
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his Warsaw opponent in the first round of the
ABOVE: Senlor Bud Palmer ttopj goes for his
usual quick pin over his Decatur Central
challenger in the semi-finals of the State.
LEFT: Carl Jackson Qrighti works furiously to
get a 7-2 decision over hls Ft. Wayne Snider
opponent at the State meet.
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM FRONT ROW:
Phlnes Jackson. Carl Jackson, Lockhart Gee.
James Toomer, Student Teacher John Smith.
ROW TWO: Ron Bickel, Dave Butler, Paul
Meredith, Dennis Whitacre, Pat Harmon. Paul
Van Every. ROW THREE: Assistant Coach
Hans Sheridan, Willie Smith, Dave
Ahlersmeyer. Mark Kelly, Brian Jennings, Bud
Palmer. Coach Fred Ginther.
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Southside foe. Gee pinned Jigger Smith and
won the conference.
ABOVE LEFT: Junior Mark Kelly starts to put
the move on hls Delta opponent. Mark won
ABOVE: Dave Ahlersmeyer is on his way to
victory over a Delta foe.
LEFT: Dave Butler has control of his Kokomo
Haworth opponent and the conference crown.
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Taking a well-deserved rest between events is
senior Jim Watkins.
Titan swim coach Mr. Howard
Bunch and his team set 8 goals at the
beginning of their season, and all of
these goals were accomplished ln
the end. The tankers chalked up a
very impressive dual meet record of
Taking first in the conference and
first in the Carmel Invitational, the
swimmers showed great improve-
Heading the team were seniors
Jim Watkins, Jay Allardt, Bill
Gruppe, Stan Griner, Jeff Martin,
and James Ivy.
Posting victories over North Cen-
tral and Anderson showed the
potential that came through when
"Howdy's Bunch" took the sectional
with 285 points and went on to place
eighth in the state. Jim Watkins, Jay
Allardt, Bill Gruppe, Jim Hall, Tom
Schranz, and Greg Beyerl
represented North in the state meet.
SWIMMING TEAM FRONT ROW: Jeff Martin, Manager Cynthia Parker,
Manager Laura Griner, Manager Elizabeth Albright, Ken Kratz. ROW
TWO: Keith Peterson, Arnold Hidalgo, Rick Schneiter, Jay Jackson,
Geoff Zimmerman, Michael Darter, Earl McKinney, Greg Zimmerman.
ROW THREE: Stan Griner, Phil Perry, Greg Beyerl. Scott Ellison, Terry
Sites, Ken Brady, Brad Barnhart, Steve Watkins, Manager Jeff Rice.
ROW FOUR: Jim Hall, James Ivy, Tom Schranz, Scott Reed, Jim
Watkins, Jay Allardt, Bill Gruppe, Dave McGregor. Dan Fuchs, Coach
Howard Bunch. NOT PlCTURED: Bill Barnhart, Todd Donati, Chris Mar-
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through the alr whlle performing his dlve.
ABOVE LEFT: Tom Schranz, ln the 100-yard
backstroke, looks for the wall as he tlnlshes
ABOVE: Jay Allardt, senlor, takes a blg breath
whlle swlmmlng the breaststroke ln the 200-
yard lndlvldual medley.
LEFT: Swlmmlng butterfly ln the lncllvldual
medley, sophomore Greg Beyerl proves to be
an asset to the team.
Varsity Baseball Squad Takes Sectional
Catcher Mlke Johnston takes a good rip at the
Coach Don Fields smlles slyly as he gets a
lucky break on a call.
The Titan baseball team played
with seniors for the first time during
the 1973 season. Ramon Avila, Steve
Shondell, John Coers, Steve Hill, Joe
Chapman, and Charles Elliott
provided the experience which
helped the Titans to their first Sec-
tional crown and a Regional victory,
before bowing to South Adams ln the
Pete Kuzma, the team's Most
Valuable Player, led in batting with a
.386 average, pitched 11 wins and
four losses, and held an earned run
average of 1.23 runs per game.
Tim Shaffer led the team in hits
with 36, and Joe Chapman led in
home runs with three. All-
Conference players were Steve Hill,
outfield: Ramon Avila, first base: and
John Coers, catcher.
The reserves posted a 9-5 record
for the spring, and were 12-2 in
VARSITY BASEBALL FRONT ROW: Joe Chapman, Ramon Avlla, Jack Mark Hays, Tim Shaffer, Charles Elliott, Jlm Smith, Pate Kuzma, Tom
Cavanaugh, Mark Grad. Steve Hill, Steve Shondell, .left Hllles, Mlke Miller, Mlke Johnston, John Coers, and Coach Mike Paluch.
Burgauer, and Manager Tuck Badgley. ROW TWO: Coach Don Fields,
Notice the leg muscles as Sam Drummer
prepares to clear the bar.
Six Trackmen Place in State Meet
Luther Bradley easlly wins the 100 yard dash.
He was North's MVR.
How's this for a track season?
Coach Ken Mlller's Titans posted a
7-1 varslty season, won the Olymplc
Conference, took first place ln the
Sectional, second in the Regional,
and sent slx men to the State meet.
The junior varsity clalmed a 6-2
season record, while the freshmen
were crowned City champs wlth a 7-
Luther Bradley, Tom Sherman,
Dan Reno, and Kelley Marsh took
third ln the State mile relay event
with a time of 3:22.6. Also placing ln
the State meet were Willie Young,
slxth ln the long jump wlth a jump of
22'5", and Don McClellan, twelfth ln
the mile wlth a 4:19.
Bradley led the Titans ln scoring,
and was chosen the team's Most
Valuable Runner. Young was second
in scoring, Sam Drummer, thlrd, and
McClellan, fourth. Bradley and Wes
Lyon were the team's co-captains.
Assisting Mr. Mlller were Mr.
Dallas Kunkle and Mr. Wllllam lmes.
VARSITY TRACK FRONT ROW: Tryg Anderson, Greg Dobbs. Joe Shar-
man, Don McClellan, Tim Jarvis, Dan Reno, Jalme Lemna, Tom Stev-
ning, and Scott Frazier. ROW TWO: Marc Kilgore. Karl Rothhaar, Rick
Overtleld, Jlm Koontz, Brad Craft, Charles Sursa, Jim Rarlck, Tom Jar-
Coach Ken Mlller.
vis, and Wes Lyon. ROW THREE: Coach Wllllam lmes. Coach Dallas
Kunkle, Tom Sherman, Richard Perry, Sam Drummer, Jlm Harrls, Tom
Hlnga, Dan Stanley, Erlc Stassen, Luther Bradley. Wlllle Young, and
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at North Central Hlgh School.
RESERVE TRACK FRONT ROW: Tryg Anderson, Andy Munson, David Tom Tharp, Mark Rowland. Mark Hosklng, Doug Cheesman. Mark
Boggs, Greg Goebel, Mark Grandcolas, Greg Cross, Jim Brothers and Yaudas, and Coach Wllllam Imes.
Scott Frazier. ROW TWO: Coach Dallas Kunkle, Tlm Bantz, Bill Sclara,
Tom Jarvis, Dan Stanley and Brad Craft run
against Delta on the Northside track. ponent ln the Yorktown meet.
Willie Young hurdles Inches ahead of his op-
Determined to better hls mark, Tom Tharp
reaches out in the long lump.
FRESHMAN TRACK FRONT ROW: Duncan McKlbben, Alan Goebel, THREE: Coach Dallas Kunkle, Don Snyder, Marty Groves, Scott Reed.
Earl Kollock, George Lawrence, and Erlc Perry. ROW TWO: Doug Phil Bonnell, Brlan Flke, Kelley Marsh, Tom Lyon, John Plngry, David
Stanley, Pat Harmon, Jerry Davey, Jlm Getchell, Tom Mihai, Harry Kelley, and Coach Bill Imes.
Ferguson, Phil Clark, Doug Kehoe, Chris Davis, and Scott Frazier. ROW
The 1973 varsity golf team was
considerably better than the record
5-7 indicates, and should improve in
future years. Two freshmen and two
sophomores played varsity along
with senior Steve Kehoe, who had
the lowest scoring average with 78.6
strokes per game.
The Titans lost close encounters
to Delta, 176-1743 to Kokomo
Haworth, 339-3383 and to Madison
Heights by four strokes, 327-323.
North's golfers were fourth in the
Olympic Conference, sixth in, the
Winchester Invitational, sixth in the
Northwestern Invitational, and
seventh at the Sectional.
The Jayvees had a 3-5 record,
also losing close matches to South,
192-187, and to Winchester, 197-
Even though both teams finished
under .500 for the season, the future
looks bright with several returning
golfers bursting with desire and
for Young Golfers in '74
Coach Jerry Griffey demonstrates the correct
form to some of his golfers.
VARSITY GOLF FFl0NT ROWS Derek Arnold. DBVO LBHQBS. Dave Chal- Bruce Altman. and Coach John Smith. Not present for picture: Robert
farlt, Scott Grlffey. and Mitch Cassell. ROW TWO: Coach Jerry Griffey, Barnes, Grgg Beyerl, and Doug Slebgr,
John Barnes, Blll Gruppe, Don Gulllon, Joe Edwards, Steve Kehoe,
Senior Steve Kehoe blocks the ball in
preparation for the state tournament.
Spikers Take State Championship
Holding the honor of bringing the
first state championship trophy In a
team sport to Northside ln 1972, the
boys' volleyball team repeated the
feat in 1973. Although boys'
volleyball is not yet an oftlclal IHSAA
sport, the tournament had the
assoclatlon's approval, and twenty
teams from around the state par-
ticipated. More schools indicated ln-
terest in the 1974 tournament.
Playing ln Ball State's Men's Gym-
naslum on Saturday, March 31, the
Titan splkers defeated Fort Wayne
Wayne ln the final match 15-11 and
15-2. To reach the semi-final game
ln the evenlng, North overpowered
Peru, Marlon, Southport, and Mun-
cie Central during morning and
atternoon round robin play.
Semi-flnal results were North over
Heritage, and Fort Wayne Wayne
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL FRONT ROW: Mlke Miller, Ramon Avila, Bradley, Wes Lyon, John Merconnlt, Coach Terry Hitchcock, and Assls-
Steve Shondell, and Klrk McShurley. ROW TWO: Jlm Rarlck, Joe Chap- tant Coach Larry Anglea.
man, Steve Kehoe, and Joe Clalrday. ROW THREE: Rlck Fetz, Luther
Johnston's Team Captures Trophies
Senlor Alan Sutton takes It to the bucket for
James Bryant puts lt over defenders Dan
Waite and Mlke Johnston.
A wlld scramble for the ball occurs between
Vasalakls' team Alan Sutton's.
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FAR LEFT: The Ieague's second leading
scorer Brett McClellan puts ln another two.
NEAR LEFT: Junlor Jalme Lemna puts the
move on Tom Mlhal and scores. Lemna's
team won 86-84.
Junior All-Star Dan Reno floats to the basket
for two points.
ABOVE: Mike Johnston, captain of the League
champions, puts up a shot over Eddle Klng.
FAR RIGHT: Brett McClellan shoots from far
out during the All-Star game.
NEAR RIGHT: James Bryant takes a floating
jump shot during the All-Star game.
Senior Jimmy-James Bryant takes his famous
push shot as Kevin Marti defends.
Tim Vaselakls, the League's leading scorer.
scores in the Junior-Senior All-Star game.
THB Junlors won 53 to 52.
Two of the best teams in the league collide as
Johnston's team beets James Bryant's 88-84.
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Girls' Sports Expand with Tennis and Track
Female athletes wound up the
1973 season with a respectable ten-
nis team record of 4 wins and one
loss, while the track team posted a 1-
2 record. Tennis team coach, Mrs.
Penny Justin, was pleased with her
girls' effort as their only defeat came
at the hands of New Castle. Frosh
Ann Baur topped off the season by
advancing to the state meet in the
singles division. The track team,
coached by Miss Carol Clark, won
the Delta, Cowan, North 3-way meet
but fell to South and Yorktown in the
last two meets of the season.
Representing the Titan girls, frosh
Stella Carr advanced to the State
meet in the 100 yard dash. Girls'
sports are rapidly expanding at NHS.
TRACK FRONT ROW: Melissa Meredith,
Carole McNeely, Sandy Lounsbury, Stella
Carr, Christy Wagner. ROW TWO: Coach
TENNIS FRONT ROW: Ann Baur, Barb Cass,
Nancy Grandcolas, Janet Stevenson. Pam
Fiederleln, Mary Ann Terhune, Betsy Badgley.
Renee Mackey, Katy Peterson. ROW TWO:
Coach Penny Justln, Cherl Schneiter, Terri
Todd, Debbie Gordon, Jenny Moore, Sandy
Schnelter. Jan Overtleld, Missy Worboys,
Diane Smith, Claudia Beebe.
Carol Clark, Brenda Bantz, Lucinda Bradley,
Karen Bailey, Sharon Tharp, Perrl Hanklns,
Manager Cindy Parker.
Coaches Help Build Strength
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL FRONT ROW: Coach
Perri Willlams. ROW TWO: Melissa Meredith,
Debbie Millbern, Statistician Terri May, Cindy Sandy Scheiter, Debbie DeWitt, Perri
Parker, Jane Amlin, Christy Wagner. Manager Hankins, Liz Albright.
RESERVE VOLLEYBALL FRONT ROW:
Coach Janie Wierks, Joni Ewing. Sharon
Courtney, Claudia Beebe, Diane Larlmore,
Sandy Lounsbury. Barb Cass. ROW TWO:
Shelley Walker, Mary Klbler, Pam Snyder,
Melise McDaniel, Dlane Ryan, Linda Wilson.
Girls at Northside began to
emerge this year as they made a
name for themselves in the field of
athletics. The girls' volleyball team
boasted an outstanding season, en-
ding 15-2, and traveling to the state
tournament. Coach Debbie Millbern
was proud of her young Titan girls
and is looking forward to next year
when all of her team will return. Miss
Millbern is also coach of the basket-
ball team which compiled a record of
5-3. As the yearbook went to press,
Janie Wierks was coaching her
swimming team to a good start as
they were 3-0. Her gymnastics team
had a record of 5-1 with one meet
and Success in '73-'74 Seasons
SWIMMING FRONT ROW: Diane Saunders,
Korinne Kelly, Andy Sheridan, Lynn Berner,
Suzy Darter, Barbara Badgley, ROW TWO:
Diane Smith, Nancy Wlerks. Melinda Hannah,
Llsette Vogler, Elalne Hamori, Shelly Bedell.
ROW THREE: Coach Janie Wlerks. Leanne
BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Pam Howard.
Marianne Lafferty, Shelly Walker, Melissa
Meredith, Joni Ewing, Klm Pittenger, Missy
Worboys, Sandy Lounsbury, Manager Colleen
Stumborg.FlOW TWO: Coach Debbie
Mlllbern, Llz Albright, Sharon Courtney, Bren-
da Wllson, Chrlsty Wagner, Llnda Wllson,
Sharon Tharp, Perrl Hanklns, Sally Van
Fossen, Manager Cindy Parker, Terry
Senior Julle Hannah displays determination
as she practices on the beam.
Kelly, Kathy Buennagel, Sandy Schnelter,
Debbie DeWitt, Jana Allardt, Claudia Beebe,
Jane Eckelman. ROW FOUR: Kelly Mansfield.
Jewel McClellan, Lola Toomer, Janice Felton,
Carole Hagen, Nancy Grandcolas. Clndy
GYMNASTICS FRONT ROW: Kathy Getchell.
Nancy Darter, Julie Hannah, Ann Llston,
Cathy Culln, Nancy McCullough, Kris
Humphrey, Carolyn Nelson, Terri May. ROW
TWO: Joanne Armstrong, Laura Thames,
Susan Hellmer, Stacy Paul, Debbie Tomlln,
Trlcia Llston, Mary Lou Dorsey, Nancy
Dorsey, Lori Weinburg, Leigh McCurley,
Coach Janie Wlerks. ROW THREE: Manager
Debbie Sutton, Joan Floyd, Lisa Pearson,
Jody Hllles, Janet Stevenson, Linda
Naumcheff, Karen Ross, Terrl Gentry, Teresa
Segraves, Manager Diane Larlmore, NOT
PICTURED: Jane Brenneman.
ABOVE: VARSITY CHEERLEADERS FRONT
ROW: Mary Lou Dorsey, Sally Dickerson.
ROW TWO: Nancy Walker, Vicki Bradburn,
Dana Scott. ROW THREE: Shelley Jackson,
Ann Liston. ROW FOUR: Kathy Gruppe.
ABOVE RIGHT: Showing her spirit and hoping
that her yell will help her team make a basket,
varsity cheerleader Nancy Walker cheers on
RIGHT: RESERVE CHEERLEADERS FRONT
ROW: Nancy Dorsey, Jane Amlln, Peggy
Campbell. ROW TWO: Debbie DeWitt, Kris
Humphrey. ROW THREE: Tricia Liston.
Cheerleaders Promote Spirit, Support Teams
The cheerleaders' job is to cheer
on their school teams and to help
promote spirit In school. Being a
cheerleader is not an easy job. lt re-
quires a lot of time and some ln-
divldual sacrifices. This year's
cheerleaders not only supported
their teams but also competed with
other squads. Varsity and reserve
cheerleaders participated In a con-
test at the Indiana State Falr and the
Wapahanl Invltatlonal. In the
Wapahanl contest the reserves
finished first in their division and the
varsity came in second ln theirs.
ln additlon to making signs and
decorating lockers, the cheerleaders
raised money for uniforms by selling
shirts and holding a cheerleading
clinic at Anthony School.
Freshman cheerleaders showed
support for their teams by posting
signs and yelling at sports events.
The six glrls also attended a
cheerleading clinic at Ball State ln
the fall to improve their form.
LEFT: Taking a break from cheering, Mascot
Holly Ervin finds that the lap of Peggy
Campbell Is a good place to watch the game.
ABOVE: As her team wins the city tourney,
freshman cheerleader Leigh McCurley leads
the excited crowd in a vlctory chant.
BELOW LEFT: FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS
FRONT ROW: Joanne Armstrong. ROW TWO:
Jody Hllles. ROW THREE: Laura Kllnge,
Carolyn Nelson, Nancy Darter. ROW FOUR:
Carry on . . .
. . . teachers and studentsf echo
the voices of Northside graduates.
Northside students and faculty
work together in every department.
ln addition to teaching, faculty
members meet to exchange ideas,
sponsor clubs, and support the
school at sports events.
Each class elects officers and
organizes spirit and money-making
activities. Freshmen and
sophomores quickly catch the Titan
spirit by supporting the freshmen
and reserve teams. The junior class
holds car washes, while seniors plan
special events for graduation.
The student body is made up of in-
dividuals with different interests and
backgrounds. Between classes and
during lunch periods, students have
an opportunity to talk with friends
and acquire new friendships.
ln the classroom and at extra-
curricular activities, people find time
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Faculty Helps Bridge School-Community Gap
MUNCIE COMMUNITY SCHOOL
BOARD FRONT ROW: Mr. Hurley Goodall.
Mr. Richard Marshall, Mr. Jack Pecklnpaugh.
ROW TWO: Mr. Jack Donatl, Mr. Wesley
Working with 1,326 students was a
definite challenge to Principal Owen
Lemna and the 77 Northside faculty
members in 1973-74.
Quoting Mr. Lemna, "We are con-
tinually striving for even better
community-school relationships ln
providing more opportunities of all
kinds for individuals in our com-
BELOW: MR. ROBERT CARMICHAEL:
athletic dlrector, assistant football coachg MR.
CHARLES MARCUS: assistant prlnclpal: MR.
OWEN LEMNA: principal: MR. WAYNE
WADDELL: dean of meng MRS. DONNA ZOLL:
dean of women.
ABOVE: DR. ROBERT HANCOCK: forelgn
language: MR. JOHN SMITH: math, Chess
Club, asslstant football coach: MRS. LINDA
HOLLIS: math, Natlonal Honor Soclety, Math
Club: MR. WILLIAM HARRIS: sclence: MR.
BILL SMITH: Engllshg MR. HOWARD BUNCH:
Engllsh, swlmmlng coach: BELOW: DR.
FRANK MARTIN: sclence: MRS. GRETA
YOUNG: English, Debate, Masque 8 Gavel:
MR. DONALD FIELDS: soclal studles, head
baseball coach. assistant football coach:
MRS. REBECCA HOLDERMAN: home
economlcs. FHA: MR. CURTIS ERVIN:
buslness education, FBLA, tennls coach,
assistant basketball coach: MR. LOWELL
CLINE: math: MR. PHILLIP HALLENBECK: ln-
dustrlal technology, Camera Club.
ABOVE: MR. MICHAEL WOLTER: science,
Physlcs Club: MRS. MARGARET SLAUTER:
English: MR. FORREST SEARS: buslness
educatlon, DECA: MRS. JANICE ELLIS:
English: MISS DEBRA MILLBERN: physical
education, cheerblock. varslty and reserve
cheerleaders, glrls' volleyball coach. glrls'
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SATTERFIELD: buslness education, FBLA:
MRS. BETTY BOWMAN: secretary to prln-
clpal: MRS. JUDITH HAHN: lorelgn language,
JCL: MRS. BARBARA PUGH: Engllsh, senlor
class sponsor, Good News Club: MR. DAVID
HAIRE: Engllsh, boys' cheerblock.
ABOVE: MR. DON ROGERS: art: MR. SONNY
BURKS: para-professional: MRS. CLEO
HANEY: nurse: MRS. LAVONNE
ZIMMERMAN: soclal studles, Student Councll
sponsor: MR. RICHARD CAMPOS: muslc.
band dlrector, Stage Band: MR. DAVID
KNISLEY: sclence, Sclence Club: BELOW:
MR. MYRON DICKERSON: drlver educatlon,
head basketball coach, FCA: MRS. LILLIAN
WORKMAN: registrar: MR. MICHAEL
PALUCH: math, assistant basketball coach.
assistant baseball coach: MR. JOHN
HUFFMAN: sclence: MRS. MARY ETTA
SUTTON: director of guidance: MR. HANS
SHERIDAN: buslness education, N Club,
asslstant football coach, asslstant wrestling
ABOVE: MR. HURLEY GOODALL: soclal
studlesg MR. JOHN LOUKOS: art: MR.
RONALD MILLER: forelgn language, Spanlsh
Club, senlor class sponsor: MR. STEVEN
JARBOE: lndustrlal technology. assistant
wrestllng coach: MRS. DORIS FAULKNER:
music, choral dlrectorg MRS. CHERYL
SMOTHERS: home economics, FHA: MRS.
IDOLA COATS: guidance counselor, ex-
ploratory teaching: BELOW: MR. BILL IMES:
lndustrlal technology, assistant cross country
coach. asslstant track coachg MRS. SUSAN
MR. DENNIS BARON: guidance counselor,
senlor class sponsor, asslstant football coach:
MRS. HELEN BANTZ: secretary: MRS. BETTY
MCCONNELL: Sclenceg MR. FRED GINTHER:
physlcal education, head wrestling coach'
ABOVE: MR. ROBERT NEWTON: drlver
education: MISS JANIE WIERKS: physlcal
educatlon, cheerblock, freshman
cheerleaders, glrls' reserve volleyball coach,
gymnastlcs coach, glrls' tennls coach, glrls'
swlmmlng coach, Tltanettes sponsor: MRS.
SARAH HUMPHREY: para-professlonalg MR.
RAMON ALEXANDER: math, Math Club:
MRS. BEVERLY MASTERS: Engllsh: MRS.
SUE SCOTT: forelgn language, French Club:
BELOW: MR. DALLAS KUNKLE: soclal
studles, asslstant track coach, assistant cross
country coach: MR. RICHARD CLIDENCE:
Engllsh, sophomore class sponsor: MR.
FRANK STAFFORD: Engllsh: MR. CHARLES
JORIS: buslness educatIon,1unIor class spon-
sor: MISS MARY BROWNING: secretary to the
llbrarlang MR. JEROME GRIFFEY: math, golf
ABOVE: MRS. CHERYL POOLE: art: MR.
RICHARD FISHER: health: MRS. BEVERLY
HUNT: secretary to asslstant prlnclpal, atten-
dance clerkg MR. KENNETH MILLER: physlcal
education. cross country coach, track coach,
N Club: DR. DAVID GUINN: sclenceg MRS.
MARILYN O'KELLY: art: BELOW: MR.
ROBERT WARRNER: soclal studies: freshman
class sponsor: MR. TERRY HITCHCOCK:
physlcal education, head football coach:
MRS. JULIA GOUVEIA: English: MR.
NORMAN IRELAN: para-professional: MR.
EARL HOOVER: para-professional: MRS.
MARY WARE: math. science, sophomore
class sponsor: MRS. NANCY CALLAHAN:
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ABOVE: MR. GARY ADDISON: audlo-visual: freshman class sponsor: MRS. KAY RANKIN:
MRS. MARILYN BERRY: home economlcs: business education, junlor class sponsor:
MRS. DONNA JOHNSON: Ilnanclal secretary:
MRS. PATRICIA BARNES: home economics,
CUSTODIAL STAFF: Mr. John Law, Mr. Marvln Shlmer, Mrs. Maxine
Hannon, Mr. Joe Deavers. Mr. Homer Devlson. NOT PICTURED: Mr.
Lewls Thomas, Mr. Tounsel Thombson.
MRS. CYNTHIA MARSHALL: librarian: MRS.
CLARISE FIELDS: soclal studies.
CAFETERIA STAFF: FRONT ROW: Mrs. Sue Niles, Mrs. Anneve
McDonald, Mrs. Helen Freyteg Imanagery. Mrs. Ilean Sums, Mrs. Anna
Carpenter, Mrs. Elnora Eastman. ROW TWO: Mrs. Phyllls Greene, Mrs.
Orla Patterson, Mrs. Madle Roach, Mrs. Barbara Mllls, Mrs. Shlrley
Deardorff, Mrs. Maellen Mitchell, Mrs. Grace Gale, Mrs. Vlrgle Settles,
Lola Toomer. NOT PICTURED: Mrs. Pat Wlllerd.
After four years of walking in the
shadows of previous classes, the
class of '74 stepped into the
sunshine to become the elite
seniors. Expressing emotions of
ecstasy and apathy, they made plans
for college, careers, marriage, and
life. With the feelings of uncertainty
and apprehension that aftllct all
those making important decisions in
life, the 325 seniors learned to
accept new responsibilities on their
way to maturity. They had the
chance to express themselves and to
show others around them their
potential, and they passed!
Senior Ann Llston expresses the emotion felt
by many after completing four years at NHS.
Llnda Abbott ' '
Seniors: First Class to Complete
Four Years at NHS
ROW ONE: LINDA ABBOTT: Offlce Helper:
JOAN ADAMS: Art Club, JCL, Natlonal Honor
Soclety: DAVID ACKER: ALAN ALBRIGHT:
JCL, Spanlsh Club Band, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Student Councll: PETER
ALEXANDER, ROW TWO: JAY ALLARDT:
National Honor Soclety, Spanlsh Club, Stu-
dent Councll. Sclence Club, Swlm Team,
Cross Country, Track: EUGENE AMLIN:
Basketball, Track, "N" Club, FCA: TRYGVE
ANDERSON: JCL, Tralner, Manager, FCA:
REBECCA ASHBURN: Spanlsh Club: TERESA
ASHBY: Gymnastlcs ROW THREE: PATTI
ASHLEY: French Club, FHA: DENISE
AUGUSTINE: French Club, Natlonal Honor
Soclety: WILLIAM AYRES: Football: BECKY
BAKER: TIMOTHY BANTZ: Wrestling, Track
ROW ONE: DEBRA BARTON: Student Coun-
cll. Basketball: DIANA BEATY: Human
Relations: KAY BEAVERS: Mental Health
Club: PATRICIA BELL: FHA, JCL, Spanlsh
Club: WILLIAM BENNON: Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Physlcs Club ROW TWO: LISA
BERNHARDT: French Club, FHA, Swlm Team,
Drill Team: JAMES BEZY: GAYLE BICANIC:
Cheerleading, Mental Health Club, Gym-
-- Jane Brenneman
nastlcs, Swlm Team: JON BICKELL: Wrestl-
lng: KATHLEEN BLUEMLE: French Club.
Cholr ROW THREE: SCOTT BOYCE:
BERNADETT BOYD: KEITH BRADLEY:
JAYNE BRAMMER: DORIS BRASHER:
Human Relatlons ROW FOUR: JANE
BRENNEMAN: Student Councll. Human
Relatlons, Mental Health Club, Gymnastlcs,
Swlm Team: KAREN BROWN: ROBERT
BROWN: DIANA BRUNER: JCL: JAMES
BRYANT: Student Councll. Swlng Cholr,
Basketball, Track, Football, Intramural
Seniors Have Varied Activities
Th6 C8m9f8 C8fCh6S H1956 SBPIIOY boys
if off guard at the lunch table.
ROW ONE: MIKE BURGAUER: Basketball.
Baseball: TERRY BUSSELL: MARIANNE
BUTZ: JCL, Natlonal Honor Soclety ROW
TWO: JACK CAVANAUGH: Baseball, Football:
ROBIN CHICO: Natlonal Honor Society, Gym-
nastlcs: REX CHURCH: Intramural Basketball
ROW THREE: GARY CLEMENTS: MICHAEL
COFFMAN: Debate: KENT COLEMAN: PAM
COLLINS: Drlll Team: JAMES COSSAART:
Sclence Club, Physlcs Club, Cross Country,
Swlm Team, Track ROW FOUR: SUSAN
COURTNEY: Student Councll, Cheerblock,
JCL, Mental Health Club, Northslde News
Staff: BRADLEY CRAFT: Cross Country,
Track, Baseball: STEVE CRISP: SUZANNE
DARTER: Spanish Club, Swlm Team:
RICHARD DAILEY: Wrestllng ROW FIVE:
ANGELA DAUGHERTY: BETTY DAVIS:
Spanlsh Club, Basketball: PATTY DAVIS:
TERRY DAVIS: Sclence Club, Math Club,
Camera Club, Chess Club, Cross Country,
Concert Cholr, Swlng Cholr, Natlonal Honor
Soclety: RICK DEARDORFF
ROW ONE: SUSAN DELK: JAMES DENNIS:
Baseball: STEVE DETTMAN ROW TWO:
SALLY DICKERSON: Cheerleading: JERILEE
DOEDEN: Cholr: BARBARA DOWN: Spanlsh
Club, Mental Health Club ROW THREE:
CHRISTOPHER DUBOC: Natlonal Honor
Society, Sclence Club, Football, Intramural
Basketball: FRED DUBOC: JAMES DUNCAN:
Photography: SANDRA DUNMOYER: Cholr,
Cheerblock: JANE ECKELMAN: Mental Health
Club, Swlm Team ROW FOUR: JAMES
EDWARDS: Publlcatlons Photographer:
NANCY ELDRIDGE: Sclence Club: THOMAS
ELLIOTT: Basketball, Football, Intramural
Basketball: DAVlD.ELLlSON: Football: GREG
Electives Offer New Experiences
P. J. Wlckman and Becky Ashburn show con-
fldence In completlng lhelr chemlstry lab.
ROW ONE: CAROLYN EMMONS: Publlcatlons
Staff, Cheerblock: BRAD FANGER: DAWN
FERRATT: VICTORIA FISCHER: French Club.
Physlcs Club, Mental Health Club: PEGGY
FISHER: Mental Health Club ROW TWO: LORI
FIVECOATS: LYNN FLOYD: KENNETH
FULLHART, JR.: Football, Swlm Team, Bowl-
Ing: WILLIAM GARRETT: PAULA GILL:
Spanlsh Club, Art Club, Mental Health Club
ROW THREE: MARK GRAD: Baseball: VICKI
GREEN: SHARON GREENE: French Club:
SUSAN GREGORY: WAYNE GRILE: Stage
Band ROW FOUR: ELAINE GRIM: STANLEY
GRINER: Boys' Cheerblock, Swlm Team ROW
FIVE: MARSHA GROVES: Spanlsh Club, Stu-
dent Councll. Basketball Manager: WILLIAM
GRUPPE: "N" Club, Football, Swlm Team,
ROW ONE: CHERYL HAISLEY: WILLIAM
HALEY: Sclence Club, Wrestllng: ROBERT
HAMMERSTEIN: Football: PATRICIA
HAMPTON ROW TWO: JULIE HANNAH: Stu-
dent Councll, Spanlsh Club, Gymnastlcs:
KATHY HARDING: FHA, COE, Junlor Class
Rose Anne Hahn
Sec.-Treas.: GARY HAWKINS: Intramural
Basketball: BARBARA HENRY: FHA:
KATHLEEN HERR ROW THREE: BRAD
HICKEY: Bowllng: JEFF HICKEY: Wrestllng,
Bowllng: ARNOLD HIGH: JCL. Band:
JEFFERY HILLES: Football, Baseball:
MICHAEL HOLMAN: Football, Basketball
ROW FOUR: DAVID HOLT: HOWARD
HOLTZCLAW: CATHY HOOVER: GREG
HOTTINGER: Photography: BILL HOWARD:
ROSEANNE HAHN: JCL, Human Relatlons,
Math Club, Basketball
James Ivy A
ROW ONE: JOSEPH HOWARD: Camera Club,
A-V, Publications, Band: KAREN
HUDDLESTON: JAMA HUFFMAN: Spanish
Club, Mental Health Club: DAN HUMBERT:
VICKI HUNT. ROW TWO: WILLIAM HURD:
KIMBERLY HUSSEY: JCL, Science Club.
Math Club, National Honor Society: MIKE
HUTCHINSON: JAMES IVY: Swim Team:
DESIREE JACKSON: Swing Choir, French
Club, D.E. ROW THREE: MICHAEL JACKSON:
Concert Choir: JUDI JOHNSON: French Club,
FHA, JCL, Concert Choir: RITA JOHNSON:
MICHAEL JOHNSTON: Math Club, Football,
Basketball, Baseball, Intramural Basketball:
JEFF JONES. ROW FOUR: STEVE JONES:
JANET JUSTICE: Office Helper, Band:
RICHARD KAUFMAN: Football: JAMA
KEHOE: National Honor Society, North Star
Staff: PATRICIA KELLY: JCL.
ROW ONE: DANIEL KEPPLER: Wrestling:
GLORIA KERSHNER: Spanish Club, Math
Club, FHA, Band, Orchestra: LARRY KIBLER:
Wrestling: KEVIN KLINEDINST: Science Club,
Physics Club, Football, Wrestling: DAVID
KNOLLMAN. ROW TWO: PETE KUZMA:
Baseball, Basketball: DEBBIE LARIMORE:
Spanish Club: BILL LAUFTON: RUSSELL
LAWSON: JCL, Science Club, Physics Club:
LITA LEEK: Art Club. ROW THREE: BUD
LEPHART: ANN LISTON: French Club,
Concert Choir, JCL, National Honor Society,
Swim Team, Gymnastics, Cheerleading:
CINDY LOUNSBURY: TERESA LYON:
National Honor Society, FHA: TERRY
MAHONEY: Swim Team.
Sports Play an Important Role at NHS
,, L 4 Cross Country runners Joe Sherman and Don
"' McClellan dlscuss the comlng meet whh
coach Ken Mlller.
Senior English Provides Fun Now and Then
Senlor English is not all work and no play as
shown here by Terry Davis, Mlke Johnston,
Jim Watkins, Joe Sherman, Susan Parker,
and Chris Duboc.
ROW ONE: JOHN MAIDLOW: Golf: DAN
MARSH: TERRY MARSH: Latln Club, Math
Club, Physlcs Club, Student Councll Vlce-
Presldent, Basketball: MICHAEL MARSHALL:
KERRI MARTI ROW TWO: JEFF MARTIN:
Science Club, Swim Team: PHILLIP MARTIN:
Basketball, Intramural Basketball: ZIGMUNT
MAZANOWSKI: Football, Publlcatlons Staff:
PAMELA MAZE: KATHY McCARRON ROW
THREE: BRETT McCLELLAN: Intramural
Basketball: DON McCLELLAN: "N" Club,
Cross Country, Track, Golf: NANCY
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McCULLOUGH: GAA, Gymnastics Team:
DONNA McCURLEY: KATHY McDOWELL:
ROW ONE: RANDY McKEE: SARAH
McKINNEY: Latin Club, FHA, Math Club,
Sclence Club, Natlonal Honor Soclety:
CYNTHIA MEANS: WAYNE MEDDOCK:
ELLEN MEIKLE: Spanlsh Club ROW TWO:
PAUL MEF-IEDITH: Cross Country, Wrestling:
MICHAEL MILLER: Student Councll:
RICHARD MILLER: THOMAS MILLER:
Basketball, Baseball, FCA: DAN MINEAR: Sw-
, If If
Ing Choir, Intramural Basketball ROW THREE:
BOB MONTBLEAU: THOMAS MOORE: JAMA
MORRIS: DAVID MOSES: NANCY MUSSLER:
French Club, GAA, Concert Cholr ROW
FOUR: ELLEN NAUMCHEFF: French Club,
Human Relatlons, GAA, Gymnastlcs,
Cheerleader, Concert Choir, Northslde News
Staff: CRAIG NICHOLS: RHONDA NIXON:
Dlstributlve Education, Northside News Staff,
North Star Staff, GAA, Concert Cholr, Student
Council, Senlor Class Vlce-Presldent: GINA
NOBLE: Spanlsh Club. Tltanettes,
Cheerblock, GAA: ROGER NORRIS
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
James Bryant displays one of his many
Karen Huddleston gets acquainted with her
ROW ONE: JODY O'CONNEL: Latln Club,
FHA: STEVE OHRVALL: Wrestling, Cross
Country, Track: TOM OSBORN: "N" Club,
Swim Team: KIM OZIEMKOWSKI: LARRY
PAGE. ROW TWO: WILLIAM PALMER: "N"
Club, Football, Wrestling, Track: JOEL
PALOMAKI: National Honor Society: KENT
PARKER: SUSAN PARKER: Swing
Choir, National Honor Society, Latin Club,
Math Club, Physics Club, Concert Choir:
PAMELA PASOTTI. ROW THREE: JANIE
PECKINPAUGH: Cheerleader, Concert Choir,
Spanish Club: MARVIN PETERSEN: KATY
PETERSON: Spanish Club, Tennis Team:
REBA PHILLIPS: PATRICIA PICHA: Latin
Club, National Honor Society, Math Club,
Science Club, Choir, Cheerblock. ROW
FOUR: JOIE POER: CAROL PORTER: Latin
Club. ROW FIVE: KAY POTTS: Sophomore
Class Officer, Junior Class Officer, Yearbook
Staff, French Club, Masque and Gavel, Art
Club, Northern Lights, Swing Choir: CHERYL
ROW ONE: JO ANN RATCHFORD: Spanish
Club, Swing Choir, Concert Choir, Physics
Club, Art Club, Latin Club, Synchronized
W JoAnn Ratchford
, Mark Reams
I Terry Reber
Swim Team: MARK REAMS: TERRY REBER:
MARK REIF: Camera Club: TRESHA RENCH:
Gymnastics. ROW TWO: RICHARD
ROBERTSON: DAVID ROBINSON: Masque
and Gavel, Debate: LEWIS ROCH: Science
Club, Math Club, Art Club, Student Council,
Latin Club, National Honor Society, Camera
Club, Physics Club, Football Manager: PETE
ROSS: Football.-Intramurals: SUE ROSZELL:
French Club, Masque and Gavel, Honor
Society, Northern Lights, Swing Cholr, Co-
Editor-in-Chief ot Northside News.
ROW ONE: MARK ROWLAND: JCL, "N" Club,
Northslde News Staff, Cross Country, Track,
Wrestllng: JENNY RUBLE: GAA, FHA,
Volleyball: DEBBIE SANDERS: DEBBIE
SARAH: Junlor Class Presldent, Sophomore
Class Secretary-Treasurer, Publlcatlons,
Northern Llghts: GARY SHULTZ ROW TWO:
DANA SCOTT: Cheerleading, Gymnastics:
MIKE SHAFFER: Baseball: TIM SHAFFER:
Basketball, Football, Baseball, Track: DEANN
SHANK: Mental Health Club, Concert Cholr:
CANDACE SHARP: Presldent of Student
Councll, JCL, Mental Health Club, Concert
Cholr, Student Councll ROW THREE:
CHARLES SHEPARD: Stage Band, Pep
Band, Band Basketball: JOSEPH SHERMAN:
Cross Country, Wrestling, Track: THOMAS
SHIVELY: JANET SHROYER: Spanlsh Club,
National Honor Soclety, FHA, Concert Cholr,
Office Helper: WILLIAM SHROYER ROW
FOUR: SUZY SMEKENS: JIM SMITH: Foot-
ball, Baseball: JOANNE SMITH: Spanlsh Club,
GAA: WILLIAM SMITH: Swlng Cholr, Band,
Football, Wrestllng, Baseball: JAMES
SNYDER: Band, Stage Band, Pep Band, Band
ROW ONE: PAM SNYDER: Spanlsh Club,
Volleyball: AMY SQUTHERS: French Club,
GAA: BRIAN SOWATSKY: Latln Club, Foot-
ball: JAMES SPURGEON: Baseball: MARCIA
STARR: Band, Orchestra ROW TWO: JODY
STEWART: SUSAN STYLES: LYNN
SUMMERS: Offlce Helper: LU ANN
SUMWALT: Concert Cholr: ALAN SUTTON:
Band, Football, Baseball ROW THREE:
EDWARD SUTTON: Swlm Team, Sclence
Club, Football: LEE SWANSON: CHRISTINA
SWANSON: JCL: SHARON SZYMBORSKI:
Spanlsh Club, GAA, Mental Health Assn., Stu-
dent Councll: TIMOTHY TAYLOR
Field Trips Add New Life to Learning
Blll Bennon, Lewls Roch, and Larry Klbler loln
the Physics Club ln an outing to Heuston
Seniors Contribute to North
Mary Ann Terhune
AQ Popcorn Pete Kuzma does his part to help in-
crease funds for the athletic department.
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ROW ONE: MARY ANN TERHUNE: French
Club, Concert Choir, Tennis, National Honor
Society, Editor of North Star: LENNY
THOMAS: AUDREY THOMPSON: FHA. ROW
TWO: LONELLE THOMPSON: KRISTEN
TOMLINSON: Student Council, Cheerleader,
GAA, Art Club: JAMES TOOMERz Wrestling.
ROW THREE: SHARON TOWNS: FHA, GAA.
Spanish Club, Art Club, National Honor Socie-
ty: PAM TRAPP: FHA, Spanish Club: DIANA
TROWBRIDGE: TONY TURCKES: PAUL
VANEVERY: Wrestling. ROW FOUR:
TIMOTHY VASALAKIS: Tennis, Basketball:
LUIS VASQUEZ: MARC VAUGHT: MARTA
VELA: MELISSA VOSS. ROW FIVE: BECKY
WADE: PHILLIP WADMAN: Band, Orchestra:
DANIEL WAITE: Boys' Cheerblock: DIXIE
WAITE: Spanish Club: JANET WAKE: Spanish
Club, Art Club, FHA, National Honor Society.
ROW ONE: RICHARD WAKEFIELD: Band,
Tennis, Basketball: NANCY WALKER: Gym-
nastlcs, Cheerleader: RANDY WALLEN. ROW
TWO: NALOA WALTER: Tltanettes, COE:
KATHERINE WARE: French Club: JAMES
WATKINS: JCL, Math Club, Science Club,
Swim Team, Cross Country. ROW THREE:
TERESA WEAKLEY: Band: GARY WEIR:
Chess Club, Masque and Gavel: ANN WELCH:
Cheerblock: MARK WERBIL: Basketball,
Baseball: DANIEL WHEELER: Science Club,
JCL. ROW FOUR: DENNIS WHITACRE: Stu-
dent Council, Football, Wrestling: DAVID
WHITE: Science Club, National Honor Society,
Math Club, Camera Club: KEITH WHITE:
MARGARET WICKMAN: Drill Team, French
Club, Spanish Club, Choir, Northside News,
Student Council: KIP WIGGERLY: DECA.
Pam Colllns and Tom Mlller spend a tew
moments together before class.
FIOW ONE: KATHY WILLIAMS: Natlonal
Honor Society, North Star Staff, COE: PAM
WILLIAMS: Office Helper, Cholr: KATHY
WILSON: KEVIN WINGATE: ROW TWO: LISA
WISE: Drlll Team: MARK WISE: Camera Club:
MELISSA WORBOYS: Basketball, Tennls:
JOSEPHINE YOUNG: RICHARD ZIEGLER:
Natlonal Honor Soclety, Band
We've Made It This Far
Juniors Help Carry on Traditions at NHS
As in most junior classes, prom
preparations and class actlvlties
were first on the minds of many.
Various fund raising projects were
undertaken with a great deal of
enthusiasm. Linda Clark, presldentg
Tina Roch, vlce-presldentg and Nan-
cy Boyd, secretary-treasurer, helped
lead their class in these actlvltles.
Class dues were collected not only to
increase the financial state of the
juniors, but to create class unity.
With three years under their belts,
the iuniors are ready to step into the
shoes of the seniors
Yearbook photographer Robin Welss catches
up on some sleep after developing pictures
untll two ln the morning
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Mary Lou Dorsey
Spirit ls High Throughout the Year
Stlll a llttle unsure ot how the Titans will come
ou V ckl Bradburn and the other
cheerleaders awalt third quarter actlon.
Engrossed in Mr. Richard Clidence's fourth
period junior English class. John Klem
ponders a test question.
School Covers a Wide Flange of Activities
J :M Susan Luzadder
J L V it Patricia MacKenzie
, . '19 C Melanie Mannlng
as J H - Billy Marcum
J . Julle Marsh
v Tom McEwln
Working out on a weight machine durlng
basketball training ls junior Flick Davis.
Di Ann Petrle
Mary Beth Rlch
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Expressing their approval of another two
points for North are Randy Staggs, Tim
Bonnell, Warren Calvin and Mark Kelly.
Involvement ls a Part of Life
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Car washes were popular last summer as
juniors Nancy Boyd. Tammy Walker, Linda
Clark, Kim Ramey and Joe Edwards wash and
Joan Van Camp
One More Year to Go, Just One More
"Surrender those crib notes!" could have
been the plea by Dr. Nell Schmottlach to Dan
Fleno durlng a gym exam.
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Sophomore Class Shows Plenty of Spirit
Moving slowly up the high school
ladder, the sophomore class passed
their freshman plateau only to look
forward to two more. Showing much
enthusiasm for life and forming ten-
tative goals for the future, the
sophomores were voted the most
spirited class at NHS. Class offices
were pursued by many sophomores
with Julie Morris being elected presi-
dent: Tom Mihal, vice-presidentg and
Shelley Walker, secretary-treasurer.
The sophomore class really sought
to be a vital part of Northside High
Between classes and during lunch,
sophomore students Derek Arnold and
Shelley Walker take a break from their busy
Club Actlvltles Flll Many Students Llves
Laughlng It up at a French Club meeting are Bar-
bara Cass and Karen Wolter.
Concentrating on an assignment sports
editor Tom Mlhal strives to get a story In
before the deadline
Time Is Spent Both Studying and Relaxing
i st Having a friendly dlscusslon at lunch are
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"You've got to be kiddlngl"
remarks Perrl Williams, respon-
ding to a comment made by a
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Sewlng a garment ln Clothing sophomore
Clndy Parker ls one of many glrls Involved ln
Office helpers Monta Pearson and Brenda
Lipscomb look over the attendance record for
Two Down and Two to Go
Freshmen Enter NHS with High Hopes
The freshmen arrived and became
a necessary part of Northside.
Feelings of confusion, joy, and
frustration were felt by many. Getting
involved and feeling a part of NHS
was one of the first goals. New
friendships and new experiences
were shared. Responsibilities in-
creased with many new and different
classes. To help guide their class,
the frosh elected Mike Duerson,
president: Ron Wilson, vice-
presidentg and Leigh Hill, secretary-
Antlclpatlng the start of one of North's many
pep sesslons are freshmen Gretchen Bookout
and Kathy Getchell.
Assisting photographer BIII Jared, freshman
Blll Barnhart watches for Interesting action at
Traditions Are Learned Rapidly
Karen Kemezy lends a helping hand to Rick
Martln at lunch.
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With a captive audience, Forest Radcliff
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Frosh Participate in Many Activities
"l know that paper ls here someplace," says
Roxanne Parker as she sorts through her l
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Carolyn Nelson, jump with excitement as the
TITBHS SCOFB two m0f6 POINTS.
Joining other frosh for a weeknlght encounter.
Suzie Ware and Julie Delong find that
freshman basketball can be interesting.
Their Journey Has Just Begun
Mary Ann Tunney
Sally Van Fossen
Freshmen Lelgh Hill, Nancy Traub, and Krlstal
Flscher catch the Tltan fever at a frosh basket
. . . with community merchants and
businessmen,' says Kollol Pal,
business editor of the North Star.
Kollol tries to bridge the gap
between merchants and students
through advertisements from local
businesses and establishments.
,Through advertising, students are
able to acquaint themselves with the
business world around them.
Students represent a large portion
of the buying power of today, and
merchants, well aware of this, seek
to meet the needs of students.
Northside students come face to
face with merchants and
businessmen through courses
offered at school, such as dis-
tributive education and co-operative
office education. Furthermore, part-
time jobs provide students with ad-
ditional knowledge of the business
community in which they live.
Thus, community merchants and
students "reach out" to aid each
other, and both profit.
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anged? Your englne okay? Whatever the problem. take your car to '
FlFlY'S STADIUM MARATHON, 2905 BETHEL, and 1hey'll iix it up in no
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Don't let dlrty clothes get you down. Do as sophomore Steve Paul
does. and take your school clothes to Muncle's qulck ONE-HOUR
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Doug Sleber, sophomore, trles on the latest styles in sport coats at
BEALLS INC.. at the Northwest Plaza. Jerry Wllllams helps to flnd just the
rlghf coat for Doug.
Senior Judl Johnson finds that the best place to get a new coffee pot is at
JACKSON ST. HARDWARE CO., 2724 W. JACKSON. Stop in and let
Mike Heath aid you In selecting the right appliances.
While browsmg mrough tne gifts and games in the CARDINAL
SHOP, 2626 W. JACKSON, freshman Carolyn Nelson stops to
chat with a friendly Raggedy Ann.
Sams - Toys and Grootlng rds
2626 VI. lackson St.
SERVING THE FINANCIAL NEEDS OF
DELAWARE COUNTY . . .
CENTRAL BANK AND TRUST
4910 KILGORE AVENUE, MUNCIE
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
200 EAST JACKSON STREET, MUNCIE
INDUSTRIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
117 EAST ADAMS STREET, MUNCIE
MUNCIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
120 WEST CHARLES STREET, MUNCIE
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
110 EAST MAIN STREET, MUNCIE
MUTUAL HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 61. LOAN ASSOCIATION
110 EAST CHARLES STREET, MUNCIE
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UPEI SATURDAY Tll. S:N
Julle Stewart, lunlor, wlth some asslstance from Jlm Stewart, tlnd
just the right addition to her room, a terrarlum from JIM
STEWAFIT'S PINE TERRACE FLOWERS.
Pine Terrace Flower Shop
2408 Kilgore An.
Scott Elllson helps his brother. Greg, satisfy hls "sweet tooth" wIth candy
and Ice cream from DUTCH MILL ICE CREAM, located In the MEADOWS
llcalrlr Care Centers
First Ara Szmplrks
Natural Vitamins tosmetks
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Senlor Jenny Ruble and junlor Tonja Goodwln practlce the right
way to can tomatoes, uslng Ball jars, manufactured at the BALL
CORPORATION, 1509 S. MACEDONIA.
Progress Through Research
"Smlle," and let Mr. John Yount glve you the pertect eenlor plcture by us
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Aerospace , Electronic and Uther
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THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY TO BURGER CHEF
for a quick afternoon snack. Kids fand
grownups, tooj love the taste-tempting
Apple Turnover from Burger Chet.
X Light flaky crust and a juicy filling
ol plump, fresh Michigan apples make
this an unforgettable' treat,
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Broadway at McGalliard
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Under the watchful eye of hls father, BIII Shroyer. senlor, asslsts a
customer and answers her laundering questlons. Take your laundry and
drycleanlng to the Shroyers at LAUNDERMAGIC. 302 E. Wlllard.
116 South Walnut Street
Muncie, Indiana 47305
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a plane . . . to control Its flight. . . to be free of earthly restraints.
If this Idea moves you. come on out and see about our S5 In-
troductory Fllght Lesson. Or call for more details. It may start you
on the thrill ot your lite.
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Freshmen Lelgh McCurIey and Eric Eckleman stop lor a coke. and
chat wlth proprletor Ray Keesling at KEESLlNG'S RESTAURANT
AND CATERING. 2628 W. JACKSON.
Junlor Mark Gllmore consults hls tather, Mr. Herb Gllmore, about auto
Insurance after obtalnlng hls llcense. Mr. Gllmore ls an agent lor STATE
FARM INSURANCE located at 2720 W. JACKSON.
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Junior Vicki Bradburn shops at BRADBURN OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC
for a new car with the ald of her father, Mr. Homer Bradburn. For your
next car, see Mr. Bradburn at 2205 WHEELING.
Tom Tharp. junlor, asks barber Charlle Gray to take a blt off the top so
that hls football helmet wlll stay on hls head. CHARLIE GRAY ls located
at 2722 W. JACKSON.
Abbot, Linda ll2l 48, I26.
Acree, Jeffery i9l I59
Adams, Joan il2l 66, I26
Adams, John l9l 47, I59
Adams, Thomas l9l I3,
Adams, William ll0l l5l
Addison, Gary l25
Adrian, Dwayne i9l 69, 76,
Ahlersmeyer, Amy llll 7l
Ahlersmeyer, Dave Il0l 69,
83, 97, 98, I03, l5l
Aker, David ll2l 70, 76,
Albright, Alan ll2l 58, 59,64,
Albright, Andrew ll0l 66, 7I,
Albright, Elizabeth iI0l 39,
lm, ll2, l5l
Albright, Margaret i9l 7l,
Aldridge, Karen llll I43
Alexander, Karla i9l 57, 66,
Alexander, Peter ll2l I26
Alexander, Ramon l23
Allardt, Jana ll0l 57, 64,
Allardt, Jay ll2l l6, 56, 59,
Allen, Carol llll I43
Allen, Stephen i9l I59
Allen, Victor llll I43
Amlin, Eugene iI2l Sl, 90,
Amlin, Jane il0l l2l, ll4,
Amlin, Susan U01 64, ISI
Anderson, Kimberly illl 57,
Anderson, Kirsten ll0l 57,
Anderson, Trygve il2l 34,
56, 6l, 80, 83, 92, I04, l05,
Andress, Tony il0l 47, l5l
Anthony, Wandra i9l I59
Armstrong, Joanne l9l 64,
Armstrong, Susan illl I43
Arnold, Derek il0l I07,
Arnold, Sam tlll 56, 57, 80,
Arrington, Pam K9l I59
Ashburn, Rebecca il2l 30, l
Ashby, Kathy U0l l5l
Ashby, Teresa iI2l I26
Ashby, Tim l9l I59
Ashcraft, Julia il0l l5l
Ashley, Patti ll2l 48, 49,
Augustine, Denise il2l 30,
Aukerman, Brad illl I43
Aul, Sherry ll0l l5l
Auxier, Jay llll I43
Avila, Teresa ll0l 64, 76,
Avila, Thomas llll 57, 59,
98, I03, I43
Ayres, William iI2l 56, 57, 80,
Aysse, Jeff l9l 84, I59
Badgley, Barbara i9l 57, 66, ll3,
Badgley, Tucker illl 89, 92, I02,
Bird, Jeffrey i9l 59, 66, 84, 94,
Blakely, Vema ll0l 63, 64, 76,
Blazer, Robert illl 60, 76, I43
Bluemle, Kathleen ll2l I27
Boggs, Dave llll 57, 86, l05,
Nancy l9l I59
Bohde, Charles U01 l5l
Dawn llll 73, I43
Debbie tlll 57, I43
Bonneau, Phillip ll0l l5l
Bailey, Karen llll lll, I43
Baker, Becky il2l 64, I26
Baker, Laura l9l I59
Baker Pattyilll I43
Bantz,' Brenda noi ul, Isl
Bantz, Helen I22
Tim lI2l 55, 57, l05, I26
Barber, Ann illl 76, I43
Barker, Bobby iI0l l5l
Bames, John Ull 56, 57, l07,
Bames, Patricia I24
Barnes, Rebecca llll 54, 65, 67,
Barnes, Robert il0l 83, l5l
Bamhart, Bradley illl 6l, 68,
Barnhart, William i9l 52, 6l,
70, IOO, I59
Baron, Dennis 84, I22
Barr, Lisa il0l 64, 74, l5l
Barry, Mark llll I43
Bartels, Scott ll0l 60, 64, l5l
Barton, Debra ll2l 77, I27
Barton, Oscar llll I43
Baur, Ann tl0l Ill, l5l
Baur, Mike illl 56, 57, 58, 59,
Beard, Kathy tl0l 45, 70, 74, l5l
Beaty, Diana ll2l I27
Beavers, Kay il2l I27
Beck, Catherine i9l 53, 67, 68,
Bedell, Shelly l9l ll3, I59
Bedell, Sherry illl 58, I43
Beebe, Claudia llll I9, 76, lll,
lI2, ll3, I43
Bell, Connie l9l I59
Bell, Greg ll0l l5l
Bell, Joellll I43
Bell, Patricia ll2l 37, I27
Bender, Jeff iI0l 40, l5l
Bemon, William lI2l 2, 54, 55,
57, 59, I27, l39
Berg, Pete i9l I59
Berner, Lynn ll0l 57, ll3, l5l
Bemhardt, Lisa ll2l 55, I27
Bemhardt, Mark iI0l l5l
Berry, Marilyn l25
Beyerl, Greg il0l I00, l0l, l5l
Beyerl, Todd llll I43
Bezy, James il2l I27
Bicanic, Gayle il2l I27
Bickel, Jon iI2l I27
Bickel, Ron U0l 86, 97, 98, l5l
Bonnell, Phillip ll0l 83, l06, l5l
Bonnell, Tim llll 23, 57, I43, I48
Booher, Barbara ll0l l5l
Bookout, Cynthia illl 76, I43
Bookout, Gretchen i9l 64, I59
Bowerman, Mike llll I43
Bowlin, Jimmie il0l 76, l5l
Bowman, Betty I20
Boyce, Scott il2l I27
Boyd, Bernadine ll2l I27
Boyd, Nancy llll 52, 57, 59, 64,
77, I43, l49
Boye, Tamara il0l 45, 54, 57,
64, 67, 70, 74, l5l, I74
Bradaurn, Lisa il0l 76, l5l
Bradzurn, Vicki llll II4, I43, I8l
Bradley, Debbie i9l I59
Bradley, James llll I43
Bradley, Keith il2l l2, I27
Bradshaw, Melinda iI0l 48, 49,
54, 57, 66, 67, I52
Brady, Kenneth illl 65, I00, I43
Brammer, Jayne Cl2l I27
Branch, Roselyn ll0l I52
Branham, Shirley llll 57, I44
Brasher, Doris il2l I26
Brennaman, Jane lI2l 52, I27,
Bridges, Kevin lI0l 57, 83, 93,
Bridges, Sandra llll 76, I44
Broadstreet, Jill illl 73, I44
Broadstreet, Ned ll0l 93, I03,
Brothers, James llll 56, 57, Sl,
62, 63, 80, l05, I44
Browell, Beth illl 74, 76, I44
Brown, Alan ll0l 53, 54, 60, 66,
Brown, Jim tl0l 64, l52
Brown, Karen till 52, I44
Brown: Steve illl I44
, Karen lI2l 49, I26
Robert iI2l I27
Brown, Tina ll0l I52
Bromm, Vicky i9l 53, I59
Browning, Mary l23
Broyles, Bonnie il0l 54, 57, 64,
Brunbaugi, Beth l9l 54,
Brimer, Diana ll2l I27
Bryant, James tI2l 76,
82, IIO, I27, l36 l
Buchanan, James l9l 84, 94, I59 ,
Buchanan, Victoria 191 I59
Buck, Rosemary 1l01 I52
Buckles, Becky 191 66,
Buckley, Nan 1l01 I52
Buennagel, John 191 94, ll3,
Buennagel, Kathy 1ll1 67, II3,
Bunch, Howard I00, II9
Burgauer, Mike 1l21 I02,
Burger, Janette 1l01 54, 57,
Burkhardt, Bradley 1l01
Burks, Sonny I2l
Burris, Cinda 191 GI, I59
Burris, Jodi 1ll1 I44
Burris, Ruth 1ll1 6I, I44
Burton, Carl 191 I59
Bussell, Terry 1l21 I25
Butler, Dave 1ll1 86, 97,
Butler, James 191 84, I59
Butts, Becky 1ll1, I44
Butts, John 191 I59
Butz, Marianne 1l21 59,
Butz, Susan 191 57, 66,
Buzzard, Teresa 191 66,
Byrum, Brent 1l01 I52
Cacavas, Nan 1ll1 73, 76,
Cakely, Carolyn 1l01 I52
Callahan, Nancy l24
Callicott, Blair 191 68, 94,
Calvin, Cindy 1l01 57, 64,
Calvin, Warren 1ll1 I44,
Campbell, Anita 191 57,
Campbell, Linda 1ll1 I44
Campbell, Peggy 1l01 II4,
Campbell, Tyree 191 99,
Campos, Richard 45, l2l
Canon, Kim 191 I60
Camon, Bryan 191 I60
Carey, Mike 1ll1 6I, 9l, 92,
Carmichael, Robert 84, ll8
Cames, James 1ll1 I44,
Carpenter, Anna I25
Carr, Stella 1l01 48, 73, 76,
Carthell, Tom 1l21 76
Casada, Kathy 1ll1 I44
Casada, Terry 1l01 I52
Cass, Barbara 1l01 65, 75,
ll2, I52, l53
Cassell, Mitch 1ll1 l07.
Castelow, Edward 191 I60
Cavanaugh, Jack 1l21 80, I02,
Cecil, Darlene 191 I60
Cecil, Pamela 1ll1 76, I44
Chalfant, David 1ll1 IO7,
Chalfant, Steve 191 40. l60.
Chambers, Jeff 1ll1 I44
Chambers, Nancy 1l01 76,
Champlin, Sarah 1l01 57, 65, 75,
Chapman, Jayne 1l01 I52
Charlton, Gary 191 I60
Charlton, Jeffery 1ll1 I44
Cheesman, Doug 1ll1 56, 57,
Cheesman, Jeff 191 84, 94,
Cherry, Jacqueline 191 I60
Chico, Robin 1l21 59, I28
Christman, Jeff 1l01 I52
Church, Max 1ll1 54, 77, I44, I55
Church, Rex 1l21 76, I28
Cirtin, David 1l01 64, 77,
Clark, Craig 1ll1 I44
Clark, Linda 1ll1 ll, 59, 70, 7l,
cu..-i., Phil uoi ss. 56. 57.
aa, noe, I52
Clark, Raymond, 191 84, 98,
Clarke, Brian 191 87, I60
Clarke, Karla 1l01 I52
Clarke, Michael 1ll1 86,
Claspell, Charles 191 I60
Clement, Bill 1l01 I52
Clements, Gary 1l21 I28
Clevenger, Gary 191 I60
Clidence, Richard I23
Cline, Lowell II9
Coats, ldola l22
Coats, Linda I20
Coffman, Michael 1l21 48,
Coil, Marianne 1ll1 24, 25,
68, 7I, I44
Cole, Kitty 1ll1 53, 77,
Coleman, Kent 1l21 62, 64,
Coleman, Tina 191 68, I60
Collins, Gregg1ll1 I44
Collins, Pamela 1l21 48, 73,
Combs, Sandy 191 I60
Compton, William 191 I3, 7l, I60
Conn, Kathy 1l01 70, 74, I52,
Conway, Beth 1l01 73
Cook, Linette 1ll1 74, I44
Cooper, Beverly 191 I60
Cooper, Gary 191 I60
Cooper, Kathy 1ll1 I44
Cooper, Rex 1ll1 30
Cornelius, Bob 1l01 I52
Cossaart, James 1l21 54, 55,
Courtney, Rick 1l01 66, 89,
Courtney, Sharon 1l01 52, 57, 67,
76, II2, I52
Courtney, Susan 1l21 52, 76,
Crabtree, Elizabeth 191 I60
Craft, Brad 1l21 56, 57, 85,
Craig, Steve 1ll1 60, I44
Cramer, Marianne 191 I60
Crawmer, David 191 I60
Creek, Brenda 1l01 I52
Crisp, Jerry 1l01 68, 7l, I52
Crisp, Patricia 1ll1 60,
Crisp, Steve 1l21 I28
Crookston, Donald 1l01 I52
Cross, Greg 1ll1 56, 57, 85,
Crouch, Marsha 1ll1 I44
Crouch, Steve 191 I60
Crowder, Sheryl 1l01 53,
Culin, Cathleen 1l01 65, 76,
Cummings, Catherine 191 68,
Cummings, Karen 1l01 57, I52
Cunnington, Cindy 1ll1 62, I44
Cushenberry, Stanley 1l01 I52
Dague, Randal 1l01 57, 83, I52
Dailey, Richard 1l21 I28
Dalton, Jerry 191 I60
Daniel, John 191 I60
Danner, Debbie 1ll1 74, I44
Darter, Mike 1l01 86, l00, l03,
Darter, Nancy 191 26, 64, II3,
Il5, I60, l65
Darter, Suzanne 1l21 II3, l28
Daugherty, Angela 1l21 I28
Davenport, Kris 1l01 64, 83, I28,
Davey, Jerry 1l01 85, l06, I52
Davidson, Homer I25
Davidson, James I20
Davis, Betty 1l21 I28
Davis, Brad 1l01 I52
Davis, Chris 1l01 93, l06, l53
Davis, Clair 191 84, 98, I60
Davis, Danny 1l01 IOS, l53
Frank 1ll1 I44
Patricia 1l21 I28
Ricky 1ll1 I44, I47
Davis, Rodney 1ll1 I44
Davis, Teresa 1ll1 48, 54, 57,
Davis, Terry 1l21 54, 55, 59,60,
Deardoff, Rick 1l21 I28
Deardoff, Shirley I25
Delk, Clay 1l01 l53
Delk, Danny 191 I60
Delk, Kathy 191 I60
Delk, Suzan 1l21 I29
Delong, Julie 191 76, I60, I66
Delong, Kim 1l01 l53,
Dennis, James 1l21 62, l26, I77
Dennis, Mary 1l01 54, 57, 66, l53
Dettman, Steve 1l21 I29
Devers, Joe I25
Dew, Albert 1ll1 I44
Dew, Joyce 1l21 63, 76
Dewitt, Debra 1l01 II2, II3, II4,
Dewitt, John 1l01 l53
Dick, Dan 1l01 l53
Dick, James 1l01 l53
Dickerson, Cheryl 1ll1 I44
Dickerson, Mike 191 94, I60
Dickerson, Myron 6l, 92, l2l
Dickerson, Sally 1l21 2l, 48, II4,
Ditton, Beth 1l01 57, 65, 75, l53
Dobbs, Gregory llll 56, 6I,
9I, 92, I04, I44
Doeden, Jerrilee ll2l 67,
Dolan, James ll0l 83, l03,
Donati, Rick llll 56, 80,
Donati, Terril ll0l 75, I58
Donati, Todd l9l IOO, l6l
Dorsey, Mary Lou llll II3,
Dorsey, Nancy ll0l II3, II4,
Dorton, Betty llll GI, 67,
Dowell, Steve l9l 84, 98,
Down, Barbara ll2l I29
Downing, Brent l9l 84, l6l
Downs, Annetta llll I45
Dragoo, Edward llll I45
Dragoo, Tim lI0l I53
Drew, Michael ll0l I53
Driscoll, Gary llll I45
Drummer, Emma llll I45
Drummer, John l9l l6l
Drummer, Sam llll 20, 88,
90, 92, I04, I45
Dlboc, Christopher ll2l 54,
57, 59, I29, l34
Duboc, Fred lI2l l6, 59,
Duboc, Jennifer ll0l 64,
Duerson, Michael l9l 59, 76,
Duke, Melissa ll0l I53
Duncan, Jim ll2l 53, I29
Dunmoyer, Sandra lI2l I29
Dunn, Brian l9l 48, l6l
Dunn, Bruce ll0l 48, I53
Dutchman, Barbara l9l 67,
Eastman, Elnora I25
Eavey, Jenny llll 76, I45
Eavey, Will l9l l6l
Eckelman, Eric l9l 94, l6l,
Eckelman, Jane ll2l II3,
Edwards, Daniel llll 70, 7I,
80, 98, I45
Edwards, Frank ll0l I53
Edwards, James ll2l I29
Edwards, Joseph llll 55, 57,
l07, I45, l49
Eldridge, Nancy lI2l I29
Elliot, Thomas lI0l 57, 86,
Elliott, Jeff llll 62, I45
Elliott, Thomas ll2l 56, 57,
Ellis, Janice l20
Ellison, David lI2l I29
Ellison, Greg ll2l I29, l75
Ellison, Scott ll0l IOO, I53,
Elton, Dennis lI0l 93, I53
Emmons, Barbara llll 57,
Emmons, Carolyn ll2l 52,
Emshwiller, Debra llll 73,
Englebrecht, Julie ll0l 57,
Ervin, Curtis 63, 88, 89, 92,
Estes, John ll0l 83, 93, I03, I53
Etchinson, Cynthia ll0l I53
Etchinson, Kent l9l l6l
Ewing, Joni l9l 69, II2, l6l
Fanger, Bradford lI2l 55,69, I30
Fanger, Valorie ll0l I53
Farrell, Johanna llll 40, I45
Farrell, Mary l9l 7l, l6l
Faulkner, Doris 45, I22
Fenton, Janice llll 57, 62, II3,
Ferguson, Harry ll0l 83, I06, I53
Ferguson, Patricia llll I45
Ferratt, Dawn ll2l 49, I30
Fields, Clarise I25
Fields, Donald 58, 80, 83, I02,
Ferrebee, Brian llll 2l, I03, I45
Fike, Brian ll0l 93, I06, I53
Fischer, Kristal l9l 75, l6l, l67
Fischer, Victoria ll2l 55,65, I30
Fisher, Peggy ll2l 62, I30
Fisher, Richard I24
Fitzpatrick, Ernest l9l 53, l6l
Fivecoats, Lori ll2l 67, I30
Fleming, Dwight lI0l I53
Fleming, Steve l9l l6l
Floyd, Joan l9l II2, l6l
Floyd, Lynn ll2l I30
Flye, Sandra l9l 67, 68, l6l
Ford, Kent l9l 48, 66, 84, 98,
Forshee, Bradford lI0l 48, I53
Fouch, Brent llll I45
Franklin, Vickie l9l l6l
Franklin, W. Everette l9l l6l
Frazier, Marla lI0l I53
Frazier, Scott lI0l 56, 57, 80,
83, l04, l05, I06, I53
Freeman, Robin l9l 48, l6l
Freytag, Helen I25
Fuchs, Dan llll 69, IOO, I45,
Fuchs, Nancy l9l 65, 75, l6l
Fullhart, Kenneth ll2l I30
Gable, Jon llll I45
Gadziola, Elaine l9l 53, 66, 7I,
Gale, Grace I25
Galliher, Mark llll 53, 68, I45,
Garland, Michelle lI0l 57, 75
Garrett, Beth l9l 46, 67, 68, l6l
Garrett, Jeffery l9l 64,
Garrett, William ll2l I30
Gee, Lockhart l9l 97, l6l
Gegenheimer,'Mike llll 62, I45
Gentry, Teresa l9l 64, lI3, l6l
Georgi, Steve llll I45
Getchell, Kathy l9l II3, l59, l6l
Getchell, Jim ll0l l06
Gilchrist, Randy l9l 84,
Gill, Paula ll2l 62, I30
Gill, Tracy l9l l62
Gilmore, Mark llll I45, l8l
Ginther, Fred 97, I22
Glasby, Valery llll 52, I45, l92
Goebel, Albert ll0l 69, 86, I06,
Goebel, Greg llll 70, 72, 86, l05
Goebel, Robert llll I45
Goodall, Hurley I22
Goodpaster, Mark ll0l I03,
Goodpaster, Rhonda llll 76
Goodwin, Terrell l9l 76, l62
Goodwin, Tonya llll I45, l76
Gordon, Brock llll 56, 6l, 88,
89, 9l, 92, I45
Gouveia, Andre lI0l 53, 57, 66,
88, 89, I53
Gouveia, Julia I24
Grad, Mark ll2l I02, I30
Grandcolas, Mark llll l05, I45,
Grandcolas, Nancy ll0l 32, 53,
64, III, II3, I53
Gray, Jennifer ll0l 75, I53
Grayson, Eddi l9l l62
Green, Phyllis I25
Green, Tim l9l 69, 84, l62
Green, Vicki lI2l I30
Greene, Sharon ll2l 35, I30
Greene, Susan l9l 75, l62
Gregory, Susan ll2l I30
Griffey, Jerome 38, IO7, l23
Griffey, ScottlI0l IO7, I53
Griffin, Darlene l9l l62
Griffin, Marlene l9l l62
Grile, Wayne lI2l 72, I30
Grim, Elaine ll2l I30
Griner, Laura ll0l 64, 74,
Griner, Stan lI2l 56, 57, l00, I30
Grobey, Doug llll I45
Groves, Marsha ll2l 64, I30
Groves, Marty ll0l 6I, 83, 93,
Groves, Susan lI0l 76, I53
Gribbs, Karen ll0l I53
Grmppe, Bill ll2l 80, l00, I07,
Gruppe, Kathleen llll II4, I46
Guinn, David 8, I24
Hagans, Debra llll 76, I46
Hagen, Carole llll II3, I46
Hahn, Judith l3, l20
Hahn, Melinda llll I46
Hahn, RoseAnn ll2l 54, 66, I3l,
Haire, David l20
Haisley, Cheryl ll2l l3l
Haisley, Michael l9l 84, l62
Haley, Susan llll 73, 76, l46
Haley, William iI2l 48, 54, 55,
Hall, James llll l00, l46
Hallenbeck, Phillip 60, ll9
Haller, Dennis llll l46
Hamilton, Cheryl lI0l I54
Hammerstein, Bob ll2l 80, l3l
Hammerstein, Jack l9l 84, 99,
Hammond, Cheryl ll0l 68, I54
Hammond, Marie llll 76, I46
Dorothy ll0l I54
Harold llll I46
Leigh l9l 75, I62, I67, I78
Richard l9l 84, 94, I62
William ll0l I54
Hilles, Jeff ll2l 56,57,6l,80,8I,
82, l02, l3l
Hilles, Jody l9l ll3, ll5, I62
Hines, Cynthia ll0l 75, I54
Hines, George i9l I62
Hinga, Tom llll I6,56,6l,66,80,
Bl, 9l, 92, IO4, I46
Imes, William 85, 86, 87, I04,
I05, I06, l22
lrelan, Norman l24
lsenbarger, Phillip l9l 84, 94,
lvy, James ll2l I00, l0l, l32
Ivy, Larry ll0l. I54
lvy, Sandy llll I46
Hamori, V. Elaine l9l 53,
Hampton, Patricia ll2l l3l
Hancock, Lisa l9l 7l, I62
Hancock, Robert II9
Haney, Cleo l2l
Haney, Kent C91 49, 6l,
Haney, Nancy llll 52, 64, 67,
Hankins, Perri llll lll, ll2,
Hannah, Julie lI2l l6, 59,
Hannah, Melinda lI0l ll3,
Hannon, Maxine I25
Harding, Carolyn l9l I62
Hardin, Kathy llll I46
Harding, Kathy uzi 43, 52,
Hardwick, Karen ll0l I54
Hardwick, Ronnie llll I46
Harmon, Kevin l9l 87,
Harmon, Patrick ll0l 86, 97,98,
Hitchcock, Terry 20, 80, 83, l24
Hockema, Jan l9l 75, I62
Hodgson, Mike lI0l I54
Holder, Rosie lI0l 76
Holderman, Rebecca 67, II9
Hollis, Linda 55, 59, II9
Holman, Michael ll2l 20, 56, 6l,
80, 9l, 92, l3l
Holman, Vicki ll0l 25, 53, I54
Holt, Dave lI2l 53, l3l
Holtzclaw, Donieta ll0l 54, 57,
Holtzclaw, Howard lI2l 59, l3l
Hoover, Cathy ll2l l3l
Hoover, Diane l9l I62
Hoover, Earl l24
Hosking, Gary l9l 84, 94, I62
Hosking, Mark lIll80,83, IOS, l46
Hottinger, Greg ll2l 62, l3l
Hovis, Randy lI0l 98, I58
Howard, Anita lI0l 74, I54
Hamey, Betty llll l46
Harrell, Beth ll0l I54
Harrell, Bruce llll l46
Harris, DeAnn U01 64, I54
Harris, Kathy lI0l 57
Harris, Phillip lI0l I54
Harris, William 39, II9
Harrison, David l9l 55, 69, I62
Howard, Gincie l9l 75, I62
Howard, Joe lI2l 52, 7l, l32
Howard, John l9l I62
Howard, Pamela l9l 70, ll2, I62
Howard, Randall ll0l 83
Howard, William ll2l l3l
Howe, Deborah ll0l I54
Howe, Jeff l9l 99, I62
Hoyt, Katherine l9l I62
74, I54 Jones,
Hart, Kathy lI0l I54
Hartley, Cheryl llll 62,
Haskins, Robert U03 I54
Hawkins, Gary lI2l 4I,
Hay, Jennifer l9l I62
Hays, Karen ll0l 54, 57, 65,
Hazelbaker, Michael ll0l I54
Hazzard, Yvonne llll I46
Heeter, Lynn ll0l 65, l54
Hellmer, Susan l9l 64, II3, I62
Henry, Barbara lI2l 67, l3l
Henry, Julie l9l I62
Heritage, Ronald llll I46
Herr, Kathleen U21 l3l
Hiatt, Jeff llll 57, l46
Hickey, Brad ll2l l3l
Hickey, Jeff ll2l l3l
Hickey, Michael illl 62, 63, 70,
Hidalgo, Arnold l9l I62
Hidalgo, Lena llll 64, I46
Hiett, Ginger l9l I62
Higdon, Dan llll 72, I46
High, Arnold ll2l 55, 70, l3l
Huddleston, Karen lI2l l32, I37
Huffman, Jama ll2l 62, l32
Huffman, John l2l
Hughes, Cheryl llll 48, 62, l46
Hugon, Diana llll 76, l46
Humbert, Dan ll2l l32
Humbert, Tim l9l 84, 99, I62
Humphrey, Kris ll0l 76, II3, ll4,
Humphrey, Kurt llll 6I, 86, IO3,
Humphrey, Sarah I23
Hunt, Beverly l24
Hunt, Vickie ll2l 67, l32
Hunt, Vickie l9l 57, I62
Hunter, Curtis l9l 53, I62
Hurd, Belva ll0l 76, I54
Hurd, Brenda l9l 36, I62
Hurd, William lI2l 53, l32
Hurst, Carla l9l I62
Hurst, Jack l9l I62
Hurst, Robert llll l46
Hussey, Kimberly ll2l 54, 55,
58, 59, 66, l32
Hutchinson, Kelly llll l46
Hutchinson, Mike ll2l l32
Jackson, Carl llll 76, 95, 96,97,
Jackson, Desiree lI2l 77, I32
Jackson, Jay l9l I00, I62
Jackson, Kim l9l I62
Jackson, Mike ll2l 53, 76, l32
Jackson, Pam llll I46
Jackson, Phines l9l 97, l63
Jackson, Shelley llll I9, 26, II4,
Jackson, Tina llll l46
Jarhoe, Steven 22, 34, 99, l22
Jarvis, Ted llll 57, 62, l46
Jarvis, Todd l9l l63
Jennings, Brian llll 80, 97, I46
Jennings, Carol l9l 68, l63
Johns, Susan l9l l63
, Brad l9l 98, l63
, Donna I25
Francis l9l l63
I Greta 491 isa
Janice llll 67 76, I47
I Joseph U01 I54
Johnson Judi ll2l 42, 65, 66,
Johnson Rita ll2l 76, I32
Johnson Tamara lI0l 76, I54
William l9l 84
Johnston, Mike ll2l 4, 56, 57,
80, 82, l02, lI0, l32, l34
Jones, Bob llll 62, I47
Jones, Chris llll I47
Jones, Jeff ll2l 4I, I32
Julie ll0l 49, 76, I54
Jones: Kathy llll 57, I47
Jones, Rob l9l l63
Jones, Steve ll2l l32
Todd l9l 84, 94, l63
Jordan, Eleanor llll 57, 65, I47
Jordan, Eric ll0l I54,
Jordan, Martha l9l l63
Joris, Charles I23
Justice, Janet ll2l l32
Justice, Kay llll I47
Justin, Gale llll I47
Kabrich, Robin ll0l I54
Kates, Tulissa ll0l I54
Kaufman, Rick ll2l l32
Kehoe, Douglas ll0l 57, 6l, 83,
93, l06, l54
Kehoe, Jama ll2l 52, 59, I32,
Keller, Ella l9l I63
Kelley, David ll0l 55, 85, I06,
Kelly, Korinne llll 58, 64, 73,
Kelly, Leanne lI0l 57, 64, 76,
Kelly, Mark llll 55, 56, 57, 6l,
80, 97, I47, l48
Kelly, Michael lI0l 83, I54
Kelly, Pat ll2l 57, l32
Kemezy, Karen l9l 4l, 52, 54,
Keppler, Dan ll2l 36, I33
Kershaw, Berta llll I47
Kershner, Gloria lI2l 64,67, I33
Kershner, Sandra l9l I63
Kibler, Cathy l9l 52, 57, 67, I63
Kibler, Larry ll2l 55, 57, 95,
96, 97, I33, l39
Kibler, Mary ll0l I9, 52, 57, 76,
Kincade, Elizabeth llll 76, I47
Kind, Steve ll0l I54
King, Eddie llll 76
King, Tambra l9l 49, I63
Klem, John llll 80, I47
Klinedinst, Kevin ll2l 54, I33
Klinge, Laura l9l ll5, I63
Knisley, David 54, l2l
Knollman, David lI2l I33
Kollock, Earl ll0l 86, I06, I54
Koontz, Jim llll 56, 57, 80, 82,
Koss, Kimberly llll I47
Kratz, Ken l9l 66, 69, I00, I63
Kratz, Ronald ll0l 68, 72, I54
Kreig, Suzanne l9l I63
Kreitzman, Marc llll I47
Kreps, Christina llll I47
Kress, Robin ll0l 65, I55
Krise, Lee ll0l 69, I55
Kunkle, Dallas 85, 86, 87, l04,
I05, I06, l23
Kuzma, Pete lI2l l2, 90, 92, I02
Lafferty, Marianne ll0l 66, II2,
Lamoureux, Norman l9l 32, 48,
Lampkin, Toni ll0l I55
Lampkins, Debbie l9l I63
Lampkins, Teresa 76
Lane, Mari l9l 75, I63
Langas, David ll0l 89, l07, I55
Larimore, Deborah ll2l 53, I33
Larimore, Diane ll0l 63, 65,76,
II2, II3, I55
LaRue, Cathy llll 73, I47
LaRue, Janice l9l 65. I63
Lattomas, John lI0l 60, 64. '55
Laufton, Bill lI2l I33
Law, John l25
Lawrence, George lI0l 77' '06,
Lawson, Russell ll2l 59, I33
Lawson, Tim l9l I63
Leek, Lita lI2l I33
Leicht, Brenda llll 73, I47
Lemna, Jaime llll 56, 57, 80,
l04, IIO, I47
Lemna, Owen I4, ll8
Lemoire, David llll 83, I47
Lephart, Bud ll2l I33
Line, Jeffery l9l I63
Lipscomb, Brenda ll0l 48, I50,
Liston, Ann lI2l I6, 27, 52, 59,
II3, II4, l26, l33, I92
Liston, Patricia ll0l 39, II3, II4,
Littleton, Carolyn l9l I63
Loser, Teresa llll 73, I47
Loukos, John I22
Lounsbury, Cindy ll2l I33
Lounsbury, Sandy llll lll, II2, I47
Lowery, Buddy llll I47
Lowery, Cindy lI0l l55
Lunsford, David ll0l 70, I55
Luzadder, Susan llll 76, I47
Lyon, Teresa lI2l 48, 59, I33
Lyon, Tom ll0l 77, 83, I06
MacGibbon, Duncan ll0l l0, 98,
MacKenzie, Patricia llll I47
Mackey, Michelle l9l 53, I63
Mackey, Renee ll0l 65, Ill, I55
Mahoney, Terry ll2l 39, 57, l33
Maidlow, John ll2l l34
Mamot, Pat l9l 94, I63
Mann, Michelle l9l I63
Manning, Camille ll0l 54, 67, 74,
Manning, Melanie llll 52,67, 76,
Manning, Susan l9l 67, 68, 75,
Mansfield, Kelly ll0l 57, II3, I55
Marcum, Billy llll 53, 76, I47
Marcus, Charles I4, ll8
Martin, Elizabeth lI0l 33, 45, 65,
70, 75, I55
Martin, Frank Il9
Martin, Jeff ll2l 56, I00, I34
Martin, Mary llll 76, I47
Martin, Philip ll2l l34
Martin, Richard l9l I9, 76, I63
Massey, Kelli l9l 75, I63
Masters, Beverly l23
Mathews, Diane ll0l I55
Maves, Scott l9l 87, I63
May, Terri ll0l 64, II2, II3, I55
Maynard, David ll0l I55
Mayse, Greg ll0l I55
Mazanowski, Michelle llll I47
Mazanowski, Zigmunt ll2l 80,
Maze, Pamela ll2l l34
McCarron, Kathleen ll2l l34
McClellan, Brent ll2l I34
McClellan, Cathy llll I47
McClellan, Deborah l9l 6l, 68,
McClellan, Donald lI2l 3l, 56,
57, 59, ss, 87, 104, las, I34
Andrew l9l 59, 66, 94,
Marsh Dan lI2l I6, I34
Marsh Julie llll 58, 59, 65, 66,
Marsh, Kelley ll0l 57, 85, 86,
Marsh, Terry ll2l 59, 9l,92, I34
Marshall, Cynthia l25
Marshall, Gail l9l I63
Marshall, Joan l9l I63
Marshall, Michael ll2l l34
Marshall, Nancy lI0l 26, 48, I55
Marti, Kerri ll2l I34
Kevin llll 58, l03, I47
Martin, Chris ll0l 57, l00, I55
McClellan Jewell ll0l 76, II3, I55
McClure, Jim l9l 84, 98, I63
McConkey, Kathy llll 76, I47
McConnell, Susan I22
McCullough, Nancy ll2l 48, II3,
McCurley, Donna lI2l 52, I34,
McCurley, Leigh l9l 64, ll3, ll5,
McDaniel, Melise ll0l 4, 5, 64,
69, II2, I55
McDaniel, Melody llll ll, 45, 58,
64, 70, 7l, I47
McDonald, Annave l25
McDowell, Katherine ll2l 63, I34
McEwin, Thomas llll 48, 55, 63,
McFadden, Cathy l9l I63
McGraw, Debbie l9l 57, 65, 67,
McGregor, David llll 76, l00,
McGregor, Mark l9l I64
McKee, Jon ll0l I55
McKee, Randy ll2l l35
McKinney, Earl ll0l 89, l00, I55
McKinney, Robert llll I47
McKinney, Sarah ll2l l35
McNeely, Carole ll0l 57, Ill, I55
Meadows, Jeff l I0l I55
Means, Cynthia lI2l l35
Meddock, Wayne ll2l l35
Meighen, Terri l9l 57, I64
Meikle, Ellen ll2l l35
Meikle, Peggy ll0l l55
Meier, Bryan llll l47
Mercer, Robin l9l I64
Mercer, Tim llll I47
Meredith, Melissa llll l9,66, Ill,
Meredith, Paul ll2l 97, l35
Mertens, Julie llll I47
Meunier, Jeff l9l I64
Michael, Marianne llll 7l, I47
Michel, Brad l9l 69, I64
Michel, Jan ll0l 54, 57, 67, 68,
Mihal, Thomas U01 39, 52, 57,
59, 64, 83, IOI, I06, I54, I55
Millbern, Debra ll2, I20
Bud i9l I64
Kenneth 85, 86, 87, l24,
Mike ll2l l35
Richard ll2l 4I, I35
Ronald 64, l22
Steve i9l 94, I64
Thomas ll2l 56, 6I, 9l,
Millikan, Kristine llll l48
Mills, Barbara l25
Douglas ll0l 57, 64, I55
Minch, Gregory l9l I64
Minear, Dan ll2l 77, l35
Minnick, Melanie l9l 57, 75, I64
Mitchell, Lisa l9l I64
Mitchell, Maellen l25
Mitchell, Mike lI0l I03, I56
Mixell, Jane l9l 64, I64
Mixell, Nelda llll l48
Mixell, Rita llll l48
Mixell, Scott ll0l I56
Mong, Cindy llll 42, I47
Mong, Gary l9l I64
Montbleau, Bob ll2l 4l, l35
Montbleau, Michele llll l48
Moon, Edwin lI0l 76, I56
Moore, Allen ll0l I56
Moore, John l9l I64
Moore, Thomas ll2l l35
Moraine, Brenda llll 76, 77, l48
Morris, Jama ll2l l35
Morris, Julie lI0l 57, 59, 65,
Mort, John l9l I64
Morton, Harold lI0l I56
Moses, David ll2l l35
Moss, Kathy ll0l 57, 67, 75, I56
Munson, Andy llll 57, I05, l48
Munson, Karen lI0l 60, I56
Mussler, Nancy ll2l 25, 53, 67,
Myers, Jae llll 48, I48
Myers, Steve llll l48
Napier, Bill llll 80, 83, l48
Napier, Loretta l9l I64
Naumcheff, Ellen ll2l 52,65, II3,
Naumcheff, Linda ll0l 64, I56
Neff, Carol llll 65, l48
Nelson, Carolyn l9l l0, 64, II3,
ll5, I64, l65, l72
Nelson, Claudia llll 54, 57, 65,
Nelson, Jeff llll I48
Nelson, John ll0l 83, I56
Nelson, sandra uol 4. 73. '56
Newton, Katherine l9l 49. I64
Newton, Robert 47, l23
Nicholas, Jim l9l 34. 94. '64
Nichols, Craig,ll2l l35
Nichols, Mark i9l I64
Niles, Sue l25
Nixon, Mark ll0l 62. 89, I55
Nixon, Kim il2l 52, 59, l35
Noble, Gina ll2l 52, 67, 76, l35
Noble, Jeffrey l9l I64
Noble, Judi ll0l I56
Norris, Roger ll2l l35
Oaks, Donna lI0l 54,'57, 65, 67,
O'Connell, JoAnn ll2l 63, l36
O'Connell, Kevin llll l48
0'Day, John llll 30, l48
O'Dell, Robert llll 52, 57, 65,
Ogden, James l9l I64
Ogden, Thomas l9l I64
Ohrvall, Steven lI2l 56, 57, l36
O'KelIy, Marilyn l24
O'NeiIl, Karen l9l I64
O'NeilI, Peggy lI0l 53, 54, 57,
Orr, Robin llll l48
Osborn, Jay llll l48
Osborn, Tom lI2l l36 '
Osborne, Barbara llll 3I,53, 58,
59, 65, l48
Ounapu, Lois l9l 6l, 66, I64
Oxley, Michael llll 39, l48
Oxley, Mona l9l l64
Oziemkowski, Kim ll2l l36
Oziemkowski, Pam llll l48
Padgett, Pam l9l l46
Page, LarrylI2l l36
Pal, Kollol lI0l 52, 60, 89, I55,
Palmer, Bud ll2l 25, 95, 96, 97,
Palomaki, Joel lI2l 57, 59, 60,
Paluch, Michael II, 94, l02, I03,
Park, Tom llll l48
Parker, Cynthia ll0l l00, lll, lI2,
Parker, Kent il2l l36
Parker, Roxanne l9l 64, I64
Parker, Susan ll2l 42, 77, l34,
Parks, Robertllll l48
Parmley, Katie ll0l I56
Parr, Cynthia ll0l 76, I56
Partin, Tommy l9l I64
Patterson, Oria 'N l25
Pasotti, Pamela U21 l36
Paul, Stacy l9i 54, 57, 67, II3,
Paul, Steven ll0l 80, 83, I56, l72
Pearson, Lesa l9l 48, II3, l65
Pearson, Monta ll0l I56, l58
Peckinpaugh, Jane ll2l l6, 29,
64, l36, I77
Pence, Rick l9l l65
Pence, Terry llll 23, 48, 53, l48
Penrod, Floyd l9l I64
Perry, Eric lI0l 64, 69, 86, I06,
Perry, Phil ll0l l00, l56
Perry, Susan l9l 53, l64
Persinger, Les illl l48
Marvin ll2l I36
Peterson Andrew il0l 55, I56
Peterson, Katy il2l l36
Peterson Keith l9l 59, 76, I00,
Peterson, Sue ll0l 76, I56
Petrie, DiAnn llll l48
Petty, William l9l 25, 70, I64
Phillips, Reba ll2l I36
Phipps, Dennis I20
Picha, Patricia ll2l 54, 59, 66,
Pierce, Cheryl llll 70, l48
Pingry, John lI0l 57, 86, l06,
Pingry, Julie llll 54, 65, 76, I48
Pippenger, Mike U01 I56
Pippenger, Steve llll 30, l48
Pippin, Tamara ll0l I56
Pittenger, Kimberli ll0l 57, 64,
Ploudi, Jeff ll0l I56
Poer, Joie il2l 34, I36
Polhamus, Leland ll0l 64
Poole, Cheryl l24
Porter, Carol ll2l 62, l36
Potts, Kay ll2l 53, 65, 77, l36
Price, Cheryl ll2l l36
Priest, Beth l9l l65
Privett, Howard l9l l65
Privett, Penny il0l I56
Proctor, Preston ll0l 57,92, I56
Pugh, Barbara 6l, I20
Puttaswamy, Shashi llll 65, 76,
Qualls, Debbie il0l 48, I56
Rahn, Keith lI0l 57, 92, I56
Ramey, Kimberly llll 66, l48, l49
Rankin, Kay 63, l25
Ratchford, Gary lI0l 57, 64, 69,
Ratchford, JoAnn ll2l 9, 64, 17,
Rayburn, Pat l9l 75, l65
Reams, Kevin ll0l 93, I56
Reams, Mark ll2l l37
Reber, Lisa ll0l I56
loo, lol, 149 Sites.
Reber, Terry U21 l37
Rector, Cathy U01 57, 59,
Rector, Teresa l91 I65
Rector, Tom U01 I57
Reed, Jeff UI1 I03
Reed, Scott U01 76, l00, I06
Reif, Mark U21 I37
Reitenour, Tony l91 I65
Renbarger, Dorana I91 I65
Renbarger, Rosann UI1 I48
Rench, Carol U01 I57
Rench, Tresha U21 l37
Renner, Amy l91 53, 66,
Reno, Dan UI1 l04, l48
Reynolds, Connie U01 I57
Rice, Jeff UI1 57, 69, l00,
Rice, Larry UI1 I48
Rich, Mary Beth UI1 65,
Rich, Robin l91 I65
Richardson, Katrina l91
Roach, Madie I25
Robertson, Mike U01 I57
Robertson, Richard U21
Robinson, David U21 24, 53
Robinson, Nannie U01 I57
Robinson, Stephen U01 66,
Roch, Katrina UI1 54, 55,
59, 60, 65, 67, I48
Roch, Lewis U21 54, 55, 59
Rogers, Donald 40, I2l
Rogers, Jon U01 l56
Rollins, Jay UI1 I48
Roose, Barbara C91 l91 75
Roose, Carol UI1 I48
Ross, Jeff UI1 l49
Ross, Karen U01 57, II3,
Ross, Pete U21 4I, I37
Ross, Sally U01 I57
Roszell, Nancy UI1 54, 55
Roszell, Sue U21 30, 52, 59
Rowe, Katie 191 I65
Rowland, Alan UI1 57, 65,
Rowland, Mark U21 32, 52
66, l05, I38
Royer, Ronald l91 60,
Rible, Jennifer U21 I38,
Rdale, Ricky U01 I57,
Ribush, Doug UI1 I49
Ruemler, Terri l91
Ripprecht, Paul U01 l9, 66,
Ryan, Diane UI1 74, II2,
Rychak, Kathleen U01 I57
sander-s, Debbie 1:21 .I38
Sarah, Debi U21 74, :aa
Sat'terfield, Arlene 63, I20
Saunders, Dianne UI1 57,76, II3,
Schaffner, Susan UI1 I49
Schmidt, Robert UI1 I49
Schneiter, Ricky 191 l00,
Schneiter, Sandra UI1 Ill, II2,
Schrader, Mark U01 I57
Schranz, Thomas UI1 56, 57,
Schultz, Barbara l91 I65
Schultz, Gary U21 I38
Schultz, Linda UI1 I49
Schwartz, Joan l91 66, I65
Sciara, Bill UI1 35, I05,
Scott, Dana U21 62, II4,
Scott, Sue 65, l23
Scruton, Debbie UI1 I49
Scurr, Dixie U01 64, 65,
Sears, Forrest 43, 62,
Segraves, Mark l91 I65
Segraves, Robbie UI1 48, 49,
Segraves, Theresa U01 4,
Seitz, Nancy U01 l57
Settles, Vergie I25
Sewell, Kris U01 I57
Shaffer, Mike U21 64, I38
Shaffer, Tim U21 56, 57, 80,
82, I02, I38
Shank, DeAnn U21 30, I38
Sharp, Candy U21 30, 37, 54,
66, 67, I38
Sharp, Kathy l91 22, 54, 59,
Shaw, Cheri UI1 73, l49
Shepard, Bruce l91 69, 89
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Sheridan, Andrea UI1 57,76, II3,
Sheridan, Hans 6l, 80, 83, 97,
Sherman, Joseph U21 56, 85, 87,
l04, I33, I34, I38
Shields, Tim 191 84, 94,
Shimer, Marvin I25'
Shinnock, Erica UI1 73,
Shinnock, PattyUl1 I49
Shinnock, Ronald UI1 l49
Shively, Ben l91 87, l66
Shively, Tom U21 I38
Shondell, Betty 52, I22,
Shondell, Dave U01 52, 6l,
Shondell, Kim UI1 52, 57,77,
Shoptaw, Larry UI1 l49
Shorter, Melanie UI1 67, 76,
Showalter, Dan U01 83, 98,
Showalter, Terri l91 57,
Shreves, Jack l91 l66
Shroyer, Janet U21 37, 59,
Shroyer, William U21 I38,
Shults, Helen U01 I57
Shults, Jerry 191 l66
Shuman, Craig UI1 64
Sieber, Douglas U01 57, 66,
Silveira, ltibere l91 99
Silvers, Jennifer UI1 52, 70,
Simmons, Tracey UI1 65,
Simpson, Kenny 191 l66
Sims, llean I25
Sites, Cindy UI1 48, l49
Sites, Cindy UI1 48, I49
Terry U01 59, l00,
Sizemore, Tim l91 l66
Skillman, Debbie 191 l66
Slauglter, Kevin UI1 25, 32,
Slauter, Margaret I20
Slauter, Thomas U01 57, I03
Slaven, Vicky U01 I57
Smekens, Steve l91 l66
Smekens, Suzy U21 I38
Smith, Billy II9
Smith, Chris l91 l66
Smith, Diane M. U01 53, 59
70, Ill, II3, I57
Smith, Diane U01 3, 73, 74,
Smith, James U21 56, 57, 80,
Smith, James UI1 I49
Smith, Jeanne l91 I66
Smith, JoAnne U21 36, I38
Smith, Joe U01 83, 98, I03,
Smith, John 60, 80, 83,
Smith, Keith U01 80, 8I, 93,
Smith, Willie U21 69, 77, 83,
Smothers, Cheryl 67, l22
Snodgrass, Dave 191 l66
, Dave l91 84, l66
, Don U01 25, 53, 57,
, I57 b
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, James U21 5, 68, 7I
, Pam U21 l6, II2,
, Theresa UI1 I49
Snyder, Virginia U01 75,
Southers, Amy U21 42, 48,
Sowatsky, Brian U21 l39
Sowatsky, Cynthia UI1 66, 76
Spain, Sylvia l91 l66
Sparks, Thomas UI1 I49
Sparling, Judy C91 67, 70,
Speaks, Sharon U01 I57
Springer, Dave 191 l66
Springman, MarkU01 I57
Spurgeon, James U21 I39
Stafford, Frank l23
Staggs, Andrew 191 l66
Staggs, Randy UI1 56, 57,
Stahlbush, Jeff 191 l66
Standt, Denise UI1 l49 I
Standt, Lisa U01 I57
Stanley, Doug U01 64, 7l, 83
Stardt, Sepa U01 I49
Starr, Marcia U21 58, 59,
Starr, Robert U01 66, 70,72
Stelzer, Lindsay Q91 66,
Stevens, Kim 191 l66
Weiss, Robin 1ll1 52, 53, I50
Stevenson, Donna 1l01 52, 64,74,
Stevenson, Janet 1l01 65, Ill, ll3,
Stevning, David 1ll1 57, I49
Stewart, Adi 1ll1 I49
Stewart, Cathy 191 75, I66
Stewart, Judy 1l21 I39
Stiffler, Denise 191 57, 7l, I66
Stout, Thomas 191 59, 84,94, I66
Stover, Becky 1ll1 I49
Stover, Melinda 1l01 l57
Strauch, Jeffrey 1l01 68, I58
Stumborg, Coleen 191 II2, I66
Styles, Susan 1l21 76, I39
Sue, Carol 191 70, I66
Sue, Michael 1l01 I58
Summers, Julie 1ll1 57, 67, 76,
Summers, Lynne 1l21 48, l39
Summers, Mark 1l01 I58
Sumner, Gregory 1l01 57,66,83,
Sumwalt, LuAnn 1l21 36, I39
Sutton, Alan 1l21 I7, 56, 59, 69,
72, 80, l39
Sutton, Debra 1l01 52, 68, 76,
Sutton, Edward 1l21 56, 57, 80,139
Sutton, Greg 191 84, I66
Sutton, Jayne 1ll1 62, 76, I50
Sutton, Mary Etta 58, l2l
Swafford, David 1ll1 56, 6I, 80,
9l, 92, I50
Swanson, Christina 1l21 55, 59,
Swanson, Jean 1l01 65, I58
Swanson, Lee 1l21 I39
Szymborski, Sharon 1l21 62, l39
Tahitnen, Greg 1ll1 I50
Taylor, Carolyn 1ll1 I50
Thompson, Cathy 1ll1 74, I50
Thompson, Lonelle 1l21 I40, l9l
Thompson, Sharon 191 I66
Thompson, Tounsel I25
Tomlin, Debbie 1l01 II3. '53
Tomlinson, Kristen 1l21 I6, 63,
Tomlinson, Matt 1l01 I58
Tomlinson, Meredith 191 75, I67
Tooley, Terrance 1l01 I58
Toomer, James 1l21 I7, 23, 95,
96, 97, I40
Toomer, Lola 191 II3, I67
Wagner, Beth 1ll1 I50
Wagner, Christy 1l01 2l, II2,
Waite, Daniel 1l21 57, l40
Waite, Dixie 1l21 76, I40
Wake, Janet 1l21 59, 64,
Wakefield, Richard 1l21 55,
Walker, Nancy 1l21 2l, 67,
Walker, Shelley 1l01 4, 59
II2, l5I, I58,
Walker, Tamara 1ll1 I7, I49
Wallace, Elizabeth 191 I67
Towns, Sharon 1l21 I40
Trapp, Cindy 191 l67
Trapp, Pamela 1l21 I40
Traub, Nancy 191 65, 75,
Tretick, Clifford 191 70,
Trout, Scott 1ll1 66, 74, 77,
Trowbridge, Diana 1l21 I40
Troxell, Jerry 191 I67
Troyan, Jean 1ll1 I50
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True, Steve 191 69, 72,
True, Tim 1ll1 ll, 69, 72.
Tschuor, Dale 191 48, 84,
Tschuor, Gale 191 I67
Tucco, Laura 191 64, I67
Tudor, Clark 1l01 I58
Tunney, Mary Ann 191 167
Turckes, Tony 1l21 36, 53
Turner, Mark 191 I67
Ullman, Barbara 1ll1 I50
Ullman, Rich 1l01 I58
Ulrich, Wayne 191 I67
Utt, Franklin 1ll1 68, 72,
Cheryl uoi use
Diane 191 49
Judith 191 :sv
Randy 1l21 l4l
Walls, Glenn 191 94, I67
Walls, Rick 1ll1 I50
Walls, Shirley 191 I67
Walters, Naloa 1l21 63,
Ward, Diana 1l01 57, I58
Ware, Kathy 1l21 l4l
Ware, Mary 38, I24
Ware, Susan 191 64, 166,
Warren, Debbie 191 53,
Warrner, Robert I24
Becci 1ll1 76, I50
Beth 191 68, I67
James 1l21 55, 56,
Stephen 1l01 I00,
Cheryl U01 I58
Curt 191 84, I67
Watson, Janet 1l01 49, 75,
Watson, Karen 1ll1 I50
Watson, Lorena 1l01 I58
Sally 191 75 I67
Valencic, Karen 1ll1 9, 3l, 66,
Van Camp, Joan 1ll1 I50
Van Every, Karl 1l01 I58
Van Every, Paul 1l21 60, 70, 72,
Van Fossen, Sally 191 lI2, I67
Vasalakis, Tim 1l21 56, 57, 77,
Taylor, Kathy 1l01 I58
Kay 191 70, I66
fsue un iso
, Tim uzi 57, 139
Taylor, Tracey 1l01 I58
Terhune, Julie 191 54, 57,65, I66
Terhune, Mary Ann 1l21 30, 52,
Ill, l40, l92
Thames, Lurana 191 l0, I66, II3
Thames, Steve 1ll1 l50
Tharp,'Dave1I01 57, I58
Tharp, Sharon 1l01 64, 74, ll2,
Tharp, Thomas 1ll1 20, 56, 57,
6l, 64, 80, 8I, I05, I06, I50, l8I
Thomas, DeAnn un I7, 54, 64,
Thomas, Lennie 1l21 I40
Thomas, Lewis I25
Thomas, Susan 1l01 65, 74, I58
Thompson, Audrey 1l21 62, 67,
88, ll0, I40
Vasquez, Luis 1l21 64, I40
Vaughn, Raymond 1l01 60,
Vaught, Judith 191 75, I67
Vaught, Marc 1l21 I40
Vela, Martha 1l21 64, I40
Vogel, Lizanne 1ll1 66,
Vogel, Thomas 191 I67
Vogler, Lisette 191 75, II3,
Voss, Melissa 1l21 I40
Vyain, Mark 191 I67
Waddell, Wayne ll8
Wade, Becky 1l21 I40
Wade, Kimberly 1ll1 I50
wade, william 191 eo, as, :sv
Wadman, Phil 1l21 n, 11, 45, ee,
Wages, Dianna 1l01 73, 76, I58
Waugh, Brian 1ll1 68, 72, 83
Weakley, Teresa 1l21 37,
Webster, Brent 1ll1 I50
Weinberg, Lori 1l01 57, 64,
Weir, Gary 1l21 25, 53, 59,
Welch, Ann 1l21 49, l4I
Welker, Alan 1l01 I58
Wenz, Beth 191 57, 75,
Werbil, Beth 191 I67
Werbil, Mark ll2l 62, I4I
Wesley, Kevin 1ll1 I50
Wheeler, Daniel 1l21 l4l
Wheeler, Jeffrey 191 I67
Whitacre, Dennis 1l21 80, 82,
96, 97, l4l
White, Cheryl 1ll1 63, I50
White, Christine 1l01 I58
White, Dan 1l01 54, 60, l55,
White, David 1l01 I58
White, Dave 1l21 54, 59, 60,
White, Keith 1l21 l4l
White, Teresa un isa, iso
Whitehead, Brian 191 167
Whitely, Penny 1ll1 I50
Whiting, Larry 1l01 93
Whittem, Jeff 1ll1 I50
Wickman, P. J. lI2l 9, l6,
65, 67, 73, I30, l4l
Wierks, Janie 46, II2, ll3,
Wierks, Nancy llll 57, ll3,
Wisserlv. Kip uzl 62. l4l
Wiley, Lorinda ll0l 7l, I58
Wilhelmi, Joe llll I03
Williams, Charles lil! I50
Williams, Joseph l9l 6l, 84, I67
Williams, Kathy ll2l 52, 59, 63,
Williams, Michael llll 56, 57,
6I, 80, I50
Williams, Pamela ll2l 76, I42
Williams, Perri lI0l 57, 64, 74,
II2, I56, I58
Williams, Steven l9l 94, I67
on, Ella llll I50
Williamson, Ruth llll 52, 66, I50
Wilson, Brenda l9l 75, ll2
Wilson, Linda l9l 75, ll2, I67
Wilson, Kathy ll2l 9, 63, I42
Wilson, Ronald l9l 76, I67
Windmiller, Bruce ll0l 8,
Wingate, Kevin ll2l I42
Wise, Lisa lI2l 76, I42
Wise, Mark lI2l I42
Karen lI0l I0, 65,
Wolter, Michael 55, I20
Wood, Chris l9l I67
Wood, Joni lI0l I58
Wood, Marty llll I50, I58
Worboys, Melissa ll2l 54,
Ill, II2, I42
Workman, Lillian l2l
Wright, Joan ll0l I58
Wright, Julie l9l I67
Breena, llll I50
Mark llll 80, I05,
reta 24, 53, ll9
Young, Josephine ll2l 62,
aren ll0l 75, I58
Young, Mary l9l I67
Yuncker, Jim lI0l I58
Zahnow, Kelly l9l I67
Richard II2, 58, 59
Zimmerman, Geoff l9l I00, I67
Zimmerman, Greg llll l00, I50
Zimmerman, LaVonne 59, l2l
Zoll, Donna II8
RIGHT: Performing along with the Tltanettes
at home games, Flag Corps members Sheryl
Crowder, Terril Donatl, Julle Terhune, and
Susan Greene stand erect at half tlme.
ABOVE: Capturing the state tltle, varsity
wrestlers Larry Klbler, Carl Jackson, Bud
Palmer, James Toomer, and Dennis Whltacre
recelve recognltlon from thelr coach, Mr. Fred
Glnther, at a convocation.
lf We Never Reach Out
ABOVE: Faculty cheerleader Mrs. Kay Rankln
exhlblts her Titan spirit when the male faculty
takes on the WOWO Aces.
ln its fourth year of existence,
Northside High School sought to
"reach out" to the community in all
areas. School facilities were opened
up for public use, and Northside
students participated in city projects
Many students helped to better
community-school relations by tak-
ing on individual responsibilities.
Sports played a big part in bring-
ing community interest into the
school when the wrestling, swim-
ming, and basketball teams gained
With the community and the
school working together, how can we
not "reach out" to each other's
FAR LEFT: As her graduation present to
Reverend Frank Alexander, pastor of the
Union Baptist Church, Lonelle Thompson
constructed a green plald sult tailored es-
pecially for hlm.
LEFT: Representing the faculty, Mr. Dallas
Kunkle chalks up two more polnts for North
against the WOWO Aces.
BELOW: Security officers at Northside, Mr.
Earl Hoover, Mr. Norman lrelan, and Mr. Son-
ny Burks, supervise a home basketball game.
Staff Completes Book: Mission Accomplished
Editor-in-chief .... .... M ary Ann Terhune
Assistant editor .. .. ....... Donna McCurley
Sports editor ............... "Z" Mazanowski
Album editors .... .. ...Jane Brenneman, Ann Liston
Business editor ............................. Kollol Pal
Assistant business editor . . . .... Valery Glasby
COPY, art ................................ Jama Kehoe
Index editor ........................... Kathy Harding
Photography editorlhead photographer .... Robin Weiss
Photographers ............. Shelly Bedell, Bill Barnhart,
Adviser. . .
Cover speclflcatlons: sllkscreen process. 150
pt. board weight, printed ln blue base color
wlth pastel blue as second color, and elephant
Endsheet specifications: Full color from
Paper stock: Vellum.
Text type: Newton Medium.
Index type: 8 pt. sans serif.
Headline type: Newton Medium.
Prlce of book: 57.00.
Number of books ordered: 900.
Cover deslgn: Jama Kehoe.
Photography credits: Varslty cheerleaders
picture on page 114 courtesy of Mr. Gary Ad-
dlson. Physics Club field trlp plcture on page
RIGHT: North Star yearbook staff members
wrap up the flnal deadline with a llttle blt of
craziness. Seated from left are Jama Kehoe,
Kollol Pal, Mary Ann Terhune, Donna
McCurley, and Valery Glasby. Standing are
Jane Brenneman, Ann Llston, Mrs. Betty
Shondell, "Z" Mazanowskl, and Robln Weiss.
.. Debbie Sutton, Jane Brenneman,
.Bill Jared, Joe Howard, Ann Liston
2 courtesy of Mr. Michael Wolter.
Color photography: Robin Weiss.
Album pictures and most group pictures
taken by Reid's studio.
lnter-Collegiate Press representative: Mr.
Spot color: page 1-Process Blue colored
photograph: page 12-Cherry Red colored
photograph, Process Blue duotone: page 13-
Yellow overprlnt: page 16-Cherry Red
Special effects: page 19-posterlzatlon: page
25-wavy llne: page 47-line reproduction: page
101-micro dot flat tint: page 191-negavlve
With the disadvantages of a
predominantly inexperienced staff
and a shortage of staff members,
there were reservations in the minds
of those persons who worked on the
book as to whether or not it would
ever come about.
Staffers met periodically
throughout the summer to "get in
gear" and put some enthusiasm into
their efforts on the book. Mr. Russ
Robinson, yearbook representative
from ICP, held a workshop in May to
instruct the staff on various facets of
For the first time, students who
ordered a yearbook cast a vote for a
yearbook queen from one of the
classes. The queen is pictured in thc
book and was honored at an
autograph party when books were
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tears, and rushed deadlines went
along with meeting a deadline. Put-
ting out the fourth edition, the North
Star yearbook staff tried to show to
its readers that Northside "reaches
out" to the community in nearly all
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