Northside High School - North Star Yearbook (Muncie, IN)
- Class of 1977
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After the long three "dead" months of
summer, "the Bird," designed by senior
Meredith Tomlinson, announces "Titan Pride
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A true sign of school's beginning is the cam-
paigning and electing of class officers and
:T The Beginning Again
Adjusting the class of '76's gift to the school,
workers station clocks in halls which had
never before had clocks.
X Whirling riders about the fairgrounds, the
X ' , -1 machinery and lights of the 1976 Delaware
County Fair signal the end of summer.
PORTS 5 6
OMPRESSION 10 4
IECES 3 2
NRICHMENT 7 8
SEXSEH 9 4
XPLOFKERS 2 0 6
The Spirit of Christmas
After each Christmas, people
Providing beauty from within and without, art
class and club members demonstrate their
abilities in constructing stained glass windows
in the lobby.
Honor Society members Tom Moran, Terri
Meighen and Karla Alexander put the last
touches to the Titan Christmas tree.
sometimes wonder where that
"Christmas Spirit" really was and
how they can get it back.
This year no one needed to
wonder, for if they had then they
hadn't been through the Northside'
halls the week before Christmas
vacation - THE SPIRIT WAS HERE!
"The Spirit" was found in the
hallways and stairways as class
decorating competition was ex-
tremely strong. Classes prepared
early for their stairway masterpieces
and were proud of their ac-
Getting that "spirit" back wasn't
hard, especially after the extended
vacation because of the weather!
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Deciding if McDonaId's or the
reservoir would continue to be the
main "get-together" place, or if
painter pants and turquoise would
still be popular was on the minds of
most when school started.
Some wanted to know right away,
so that the summer lag wouldn't be
so evident and everything would be
back to normal.
Others wanted to play it by ear,
and if new places or things were
offered, they were willing to try them.
They didn't want any drastic changes
in their school or personal lives, but
were willing to accept the challenge
Variety was found outside the
school building and crowd for some
of us, as we were introduced to new
people and places.
Our lives were dimensionalized in
and out of school and we weren't
concerned who knew about these
expansions, just as long as they were
what we had wanted to do.
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Seniors Darlene Cecil and Karen Kemezy visit
with Santa in the Muncie Mall following the an-
nual Community Sing.
Participation in Christmas ac-
tivities by the NHS inhabitants was
not limited to Northside, Muncie, or
Students and faculty members
reacted much like a firecracker when
the last bell rang dismissing all for a
two week Christmas vacation.
Everyone exploded into different
directions, with some heading North
for skiing, South for tanning, and
East and West to visit relatives.
Whether we left town, or just
stayed home, we shared Christmas
the way we wanted-with others.
Enjoying frozen bananas on Christmas Day in
Disneyland are Anni Watson, Mona Oxley,
Mike and Jeff Oxley QNHS gradsl, and Curt
Staking their proclamations at the polls,
Republicans struggle to unite with the
Voters came out in large numbers throughout
the nation, but the usual flow is found beyond
the gates of the polls at North.
A pair of winners, Congressman Phil Sharp
and President-Elect Jimmy Carter, meet prior
to the November 2 election during a
Democratic Party gathering. iPhoto courtesy
of the Friends of Phil Sharp.J
Junior Jerry Collins varifies his mother's
registration while manning the polls at NHS.
Campaigning for their Republican candidates,
Jack Hammerstein, Lori Gilchrest, and Laurie
Hartley give their votes for McDonald's for
to Unite Parties ond Country
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lf uniting students were as hard as
uniting a country at election time,
there probably would never be
schools, but there are schools and
the United States does continue after
every election day.
From the beginning, the
Democratic Party was divided by 12
prospective candidates, but in the
end they united overwhelmingly un-
der the ex-governor of Georgia from
Plains, Jimmy Carter.
What looked at the start to be a
relatively assured nomination of
Gerald Ford for the Republican Par-
ty's candidate for president ended as
a very thin and emotional margin
over ex-governor of California and
actor Ronald Reagan.
Pitted against each other, the fight
to the White House between Carter
and Ford resembled that of the Civil
War with the North against the
South, but evidently that
resemblance didn't hold up as
Carter received northern states in
addition to Southern States and
Our seniors, much as the state of
Indiana, voted favorably for Presi-
dent Ford in a poll taken by THE
NORTHSIDE NEWS. Of the 251
seniors, 203 responded, with 55 per-
cent for Ford, 26 percent for Carter,
16 percent undecided, and 3 percent
Attending a national Republican fund-raising
activity, President Gerald Ford and senator-
elect Richard Lugar receive support from
their constituents. iPhoto courtesy of the
Friends of Dick Lugar.J
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Astage full of Henry Higgins' maids, otherwise Head maid Joan Schwartz listens to Robert
known as the Northern Lights, slip quietly onto Osborne, Mike Waters, and Rena Moon dis-
the stage during dress rehearsal. cuss where Eliza will be staying.
s oi Colorful Production
The musical "My Fair Lady" started
the producer Mrs. Doris Faulkner
and director Mrs. Greta Young on a
long hard month of preparing for the
final performances. When
sophomore Bob Osborne came
down with "something comparable
to swine flu," the only solution was to
postpone the musical for a few more
weeks until one of the two main
characters was feeling up to par.
The flower girl turned into a lady
was portrayed by junior Rena Moon,
who managed to revert to her
cockney ways when needed.
All choirs participated in the
musical this year, with Swing Choir
as the chorus. Others in the suppor-
ting cast were Michael Waters,
Arthur Marsh, Stan Buck, Jill
Snyder, and Joan Schwartz.
Opening scene finds Eliza Doolittle, Rena
Moon, pushed by a rude high society person,
while others look on.
"A Little Bit of Luck" helps Tom Parr, Arthur
Marsh, and Warren McKelghen through their
song and dance routine.
A little more at ease sitting on four legged
chairs than donkeys, faculty riding members
Mrs. Cynthia Marshall, Mrs. Betty Shondell,
and Mr. Bill Harris view their counterparts.
Chasing the ball may be okay for "mad-dogs,"
but not for donkeys, Mr. Robert Warrner finds,
as he tries to retrieve the basketball without
the cooperation of his donkey partner.
Mr. David Knisley takes the reins, but it really
didn't seem to matter to the donkeys. They
ended up doin' as they pleased.
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A Vorioition in Rounolboll
Remembering a new and different
experience is easier than remember-
ing the ordinary, especially if there
are bruises the next day.
Bruises there were, and many
aching bones, too, as 30 juniors and
faculty awakened the morning after a
first for the Northside and Muncie
Approximately 800 attended the
game, of which the object was to
make a basket with the ball while
mounted on the donkey. Other rules
were explained, such as when
retrieving the ball, the rider must
also have hold of the donkey, and if
there were any "deposits," the rider
was responsible for disposing of
lVlr. David Knisley, appropriately a
biology teacher, was the first to man
the broom and shovel, drawing rous-
ing laughter and applause from the
The spectators also had a part in
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Disgusted, embarrassed, and a bit uncertain, Junior Keith Skeel obliges his donkeylas they
junior Ann Gibson gives her donkey a little both bow out of action, or at least till Keith
regains the reins.
deciding who was more stubborn, as
junior Bob Slauter attempted to stay
on his "bucking bronco."
Enriching the junior class treasury
by S750 and leaving behind many
stiff bodies besides a distinct odor,
the donkeys and their riders' ex-
pressions will be a dimension some
will wish they had never explored.
Practicing a wrestling move isn't quite what
Coach Jim Metzler had planned, but he is
prepared with his gear when his donkey
maneuvers a quick switch.
Senior Beth Garrett finds the white stuff a little
more than she or her shovel can handle as did
Long awaited warm, snowless days brought
the snowbound bikes and riders out of hiber-
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No matter if you were entering or exiting the
building or the parking lot, there proved to be
some large obstacle to hurdle.
With the cold weather came hopes
of school closings, and, boy, did
For the most part of January,
schools were closed throughout the
country, and the Muncie Community
Schools were no exception.
As the snow mounted, so did the
missed school days, until it was
decided to reopen schools toward
the end of January.
The reopening brought Central
Bearcats to Titan Country rather un-
willingly, but the situation concer-
ning the heating of the Central
facilities was resolved and things
returned to normal both in and out of
The weather reached the 50's in
February and the clear skys brought
hopes of spring vacation and, boy, . .
Seniors Elaine Gadziola and Ron Branson find
"getting it together" a little easier to say than
to actually do.
Inspecting the work they've just completed
are Barb Brand and reserve cheerleader
Full of Pep
Spirit boosting and class involve-
ment were just a few of the reasons
for the numerous pep sessions.
Recognizing students and
coaches for their hard work was fun
for all, besides being a lot of work.
Cheerleaders and interested,
enthusiastic backers created signs,
skits, and memories.
This past year's pep sessions
were conducted by the Student
Organizational Council, with senior
Keith Peterson in charge.
"All for one and one for all," is one great belief
shared by the sophomore class, as they par-
ticipate in a joint spirit rally.
It's almost a tradition now to paint your face to
show your spirit, and iuniors Chuck Patterson,
Tony Ashley, Rick Jones, and Wayne Waite
believe in it!
Senior Keith Peterson gets into the act of in-
spiring a "cream" with junior guard Kim King.
Winter Festival Provides
Matt Millikan and Eddie O'Korn try their skill
at TV tennis while Jim Wagner plays spec-
A mixture of anxieties are found on
sophomore Monty Young's face as a day of
activities comes to an end.
Senior Brian Whitehead transforms clay into a Just sitting around during the festival is enough
bust of sophomore Jan Jackson at the Art for Kim Gluschenko, Leslie Barnhart,JeffSlusher
Club booth and Cindy Howe.
For Non Vciccitioners
While a large number of students
were on their way to various vacation
spots, some were attending Winter
Festival activities at school.
Postponed earlier because of the
weather, the festival was reschedul-
ed for March 18, as various clubs
sponsored booths to entertain hall
Tug-o-wars, trike races, and
obstacle courses began and ended
the hectic day.
Finding a thimble in a mound of flour is a lot
easier said than done, finds sophomore Tony
Hay, as he struggles to bring fame to his class.
Trudging through the last segment of the
obstacle course, junior Melody Burris heads
for the finish line.
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runs around the track at North the day before
the real thing.
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Northside in the swimming competition in ticipants involve themselvesin warm-up exer-
which both received awards. cises.
Challenge for Students
Among the over 450 entrants in
the annual Special Olympics at Cen-
tral High School were five Northside
students: Lori Miller, Wayne Sim-
mons, Darrell Chambers, Robert
Barton, and Randy Anthony.
Hosted by Muncie for the eighth
year, the opening ceremonies were
conducted much like the World
Olympics. One athlete from each of
the six counties, Blackford, Jay, Ran-
dolph, Madison, Grant, and
Delaware, helped to carry around a
small torch which was used to light
the larger torch which then remained
lit throughout the activities.
Competition in swimming and
track and field were divided into age
and ability groups, as well as male
Events were judged by the Alpha
Sigma Alpha sorority, while
McDonaId's provided food and
drinks for the participants.
Freshman Robert Barton takes an early lead
as the Special Olympics' 50 yard dash gets
Wayne Simmons, Randy Anthony, Darrell
Chambers, and Robert Barton walk back to
tjhe starting point after each placed in the
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Seniors Debbie McClellan and Carol Jennings
search through the many resources at the Ball
State library to find information for their term
Carefully studying his reference book, Jack
Hammerstein decides what information will be
necessary for his English paper.
xDredded Term Paper'
When something has to be faced,
it's always best to meet it head on,
and that's what the seniors who
braved second semester senior
English did. They didn't have much
The dreaded "term paper" is a
definite requirement for a student
enrolled in senior English, and D-day
fdue-dayi was March 15.
The winter weather played its role
in this area also. Libraries, home-
away-from-home for many, closed
early and those whose schedules
were complicated by jobs saw their
lives flash before their eyes.
Topics were decided upon,
sources found, and libraries com-
pletely explored. Notes were taken
and guarded with one's life . . . then
came the writing.
Worrying about accumulating
2300 to 2700 words began the
process of writing. i"l've 63 words,
only 2237 words to go!"i Then came
the scratching out. f"Maybe I could
use a comma."i
Having the correct number of
words followed by typing and typing
and typing, and then it was March
14, 11:45 p.m. and it was done, or
was it?!'? The seniors celebrated and
the teachers winced. They knew
what was ahead.
Receiving many visits from the various high
school students doing term papers, the stacks
of books at BSU await the young researchers.
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classmates on the importance of making their
marks, no matter how small, in society.
Taking his well deserved proud strides across
the stage, Bill Barnhart eagerly goes to his
seat to inspect his diploma.
While some of the 266 seniors of
the 1977 graduating class of NHS
were anxiously awaiting the activities
following the traditional graduation
ceremony, others were concen-
trating on keeping "two aisles apart"
and which hand to shake with.
Shaking hands proved to be more
an ordeal than most thought it would
be, as "class clown" Curt Hunter
startled school board secretary Mrs.
Joan Murray by extending a fake
hand to receive her congratulations.
Laughter and tears were shed by the
administration, the students, and the
audience, following this unexpected,
but typical, episode.
Although there were light
moments, there were also serious
ones, as seniors Andy Marsh, Cathie
Beck and Bill Petty addressed the
class. Each stressed the importance
of individualism, hard work, and the
significance of each class member.
Following the speeches, class
president ,leff Bird presented prin-
cipal Owen Lemna with two checks,
one for the first NHS homecoming,
and one for the library fund.
Seniors Flon Wilson and Lois
Oupanu led the invocation and
benediction, as 266 seniors who
entered Emens May 24 as students,
left as "alums" of Muncie Northside
With a million memories of the past and
thoughts of the future, the senior class of 1977
stands tall to receive their long awaited
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After bestowing the well deserved title of Reading and listening to various class wills
'class clown" upon Curt Hunter, senior class and prophecies are seniors Michael
president Jeff Bird gives him the limelight. Duerson Ron Wilson Keith Peterson and
Unites Old Trciclitions
A combined breakfast and ban-
quet prior to graduation practice
reunited 174 seniors as they ate
among their classmates in the NHS
cafeteria for the last time.
Following the menu of scrambled
eggs, ham, tater-tots, sweet rolls and
milk, senior class officers and coun-
cil members proceeded in reading
the "wills" and "remember whens"
and the class awards. These
readings would have been
traditionally read at the senior ban-
quet, but with the cancellation of the
banquet, they were moved to the
The giving of appreciation gifts to
class sponsors Mrs. Martha Black,
Mrs. Clarise Fields, and Mr. Robert
Warrner, and the speech of farewell
to fellow classmates made by class
president Jeff Bird concluded the
Forming cafeteria lines for the last time, 174
seniors gather to receive their official
breakfasts and class awards.
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A Touch of Class
In a cluster of roses and palm branches is
Miss Carey Tank who reigned as the 1977
Junior-Senior Prom Queen.
Amidst the roses and chandeliers,
the music and the laughter was "A
Touch of Class."
A night which began for many a
month earlier had finally arrived. The
dresses were bought and tuxedoes
rented. Flowers being kept fresh in
refrigerators were awaiting their
grand appearance, as nervous
parents went searching for film and
flashes to capture the moment they
thought would never come.
Family pictures taken and dinners
completed, couples made their way
toward The Downtown lnn, with
some only to speed back home to
retrieve forgotten bids.
Entering the main lobby, couples
were greeted by a gazebo of palms,
mums, and roses as well as
sophomores serving as hosts and
Chatting, nibbling on cakes, dan-
cing, and official prom picture taking
filled the night, along with the prom
queen coronation. Candidates were
Carol Faulkner, Charissa Newsom,
Kelly Sumwalt, Carey Tank, Mana
Thames and Denise White.
Parties and get-togethers follow-
ed, as couples attempted to keep the
weekend going as long as possible,
which usually meant very little, if any,
The lobby of The Downtown Inn provides an
elegant atmosphere for prom goers as they
relax with refreshments.
Seniors Betsy Blackmon, Jeff Cheesman,
Kathy Hoyt and Keith Peterson find the music
of Mandrake to their liking.
The Spice of Lif
Young Life, a new school adopted club, is
represented by a few of its members singing
"ln His Name."
After serving his customer, Stan Juday,
coffee, drinks it on his break in "One Day in a
X ' ' e' Shows Off
Kristal Fischer and Michael Duerson join other
Swing Choir members in dancing to "You
Don't Have to be a Star."
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Marlon Greer finds that construction is only part of
the job when building a table. The next step is san-
swing 1-120' sseuw,
Aiming for a secretarial iob, Kim Hunt prac- While l9feDafil'l9 f0f H Cafeef in Food Ad-
tices her typing in class at the Muncie Career ministration, Elaine Cooper and Anna Messer
Center. set the table for an MCC banquet.
With Eorly Job Experience
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prepare themselves for their future
jobs while earning credits for school
at the Muncie Career Center UVICCJ.
MCC gives its students, most of
whom are from the area 'high
schools, background knowledge and
"on location" job experience. A stu-
dent must attend the center three
hours a day either in the morning
hours or in the afternoon, and, in
return, gets three credits for each
semester he attends.
Some of the career areas featured
at the center are foods, child care,
business, building, printing, elec-
tronics, and mechanics.
Using the electric air grinder is only part of the
experience junior Sam Norton is gaining
Junior John Penrod uses his time and talents
developed in mechanics working on a tractor
along with his classmates.
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Study Holl Allows
Making his move, Ed Humphrey leads the at-
tack against study hall supervisor Mr. Earl
Hoover during a stimulating chess meet.
Sidetracked on the way to the library, seniors
Arnold Hidalgo and Todd Jarvis read their
assignments while sitting in the water foun-
Students Freedom in Activities
Whether one was studying or
looking to have a good time, any one
of the four study halls offered
students whatever they wanted.
If assigned to the 206 study hall,
students were given the choice of
watching movies, television, an oc-
cassional game of checkers or
chess, studying in the room, or going
to the library.
The library study hall involved "no
more than three to a table" and
"quiet please," besides a variety of
resources and help in projects.
If assigned to the cafeteria, the
situation afforded a coke or some
munchies, besides a little more
And, finally, if a senior's or junior's
schedule fell into place, allowing a
fourth period study hall, the student
was given two lunch periods besides
an unsupervised study period.
No matter what study hall,
students enjoyed the freedoms and
varieties in which they could par-
Sophomore Tom Hinds studies the DAILY
NEWS, Ball State's student newspaper, during
his third period study hall.
Setting a good example, Honor Society spon-
sor Dr. David Guinn donates blood to Ball
lVlemorial's Blood Bank under the watchful
eyes oi Jeff Bird and Honor Society president
Following the imitation of 80 new members in
the fall, juniors Tom Moran and Kip Flupprecht
await their punch and cookies.
Seniors Ken Kratz, Gale Tschour and Steve
Miller demonstrate their ability to stack, tum-
ble and pick-up Campbell cans.
Honor Society Aids Community
Besides offering two S500
scholarships to NHS seniors who are
not members of Honor Society and a
S100 scholarship to a member,
Honor Society initiated community
Ninety-eight members, helped by
the NHS student body, provided the
community with over 4500 cans of
food distributed by the Muncie
Police Department. This year, aside
from donating money and food,
Honor Society promoted a "life-
giving" service, replenishing the
blood bank at Ball Memorial
Hospital. Ninety-six persons gave a
pint of their blood in assistance to
The response of the Northside student body to
aid H.S. members in their food drive mounts.
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Promoting the United Way Campaign, junior
Bob Slauter, along with the SOC members,
collect from the student body.
"Good morning! This is Leigh Hill with today's
announcements! SOC member Leigh Hill
takes her turn at announcing the news during
SGC Orgcinizes Activities
Senior Keith Peterson takes charge of the
microphone during the pep session prior to
the Muncie Central!Northside basketball
Dividing the main hallway bulletin board into
classes, SOC provides a place where students
can find information.
Every little bit counts finds seniors Carol Sue,
Kathy Newton, and junior Tom Moran, as they
count the Muscular Dystrophy money
Organizing charitable campaigns,
arranging movies and convocations,
organizing pep sessions, reading an-
nouncements, and just allowing the
students to really feel a part of
Northside were some projects un-
dertaken this year by the Student
Organizational Council CSOCJ.
SOC began the year by collecting
for the United Way with a goal of ten
cents per student, hoping for at least
S120. Under the sponsorship of Mr.
Don Rogers and leadership of presi-
dent Ron Wilson, SOC collected over
S120 and topped all other high
schools in Muncie.
Organizing pep sessions was
credited to Keith Peterson, while
other SOC members took charge of
the announcements which were
formerly read by the administration.
Concluding the year's activities
under the new sponsorship of Mr.
Robert Warrner, SOC conducted the
annual Winter Festival, a drive for
Muscular Dystrophy, and a convoca-
tion featuring BSU's Jazz Ensemble.
Joining Mrs. Mary Dollison, senior Debbie
McGraw helps in getting the day's activities
planned and carried out while teaching at
Students Goin Experience
Gaining experience through the
Exploratory Teachers Program,
seniors Debbie McGraw and Judy
Sparling explored the teaching field
prior to their enrollment in college
Getting a sneak preview of the
teaching profession, each spent a
semester instructing elementary
students during the afternoon at
various Muncie schools.
"The kids were just great, and I
wanted to hug them all!" stated Deb-
"lt's really a lot of fun," com-
mented Judy. "It made me sure that
this was what I wanted to do."
Both Judy and Debbie received
instructions downtown under the
supervision of Mrs. Phyllis Ashley,
supervisor of elementary K through
Debbie anxiously awaits the outcome to a
story told by one of her students during a play
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courages her second graders at Anthony
Elementary School during a group session.
Learning the technique, Judy observes her
supervising teacher, Mrs. Martha Eckelman,
as she instructs her students.
Three hands are better than two, as Jack
Hammerstein assists Steve Lucas with his
Students Accommodate Themselves
Sharing experiences seems easier
when sharing them with people your
Through the peer teaching
program, over 100 students switch-
ed positions with faculty members in
the process of instructing fellow
classmates through their own past
experiences in various areas of
The program involved the
cooperation of both the student in-
structors and teachers. Schedules
were set up between the two for the
conducting of classes, and reports of
each day's activities were turned in
to Mrs. Kay Rankin, the peer
Whether students were instructing
or listening to another instruct, peer
teaching was another of the many
dimensions which had been unex-
Working puzzles is one of the activities Kim
Robertson does in Playschool located in the
Home Economics Department.
After learning from her past experiences,
Melody Burris lends a hand to a freshman
Preparing a lab for his peer teaching class,
Steve Watkins "peers" through his
microscope as Charlene Vorhees awaits her
Senior Melanie Nlinnick demonstrates her
printing technique in the light to Linda Kreitz-
man before attempting the same in the dark.
Cleaning UPafieI'1h6f0UfiUnCijPefi0dSrMaX- Preparing in large quantities is naming un-
'Vla Hanna SWGGDS me Cafeiefla Clean for the usual for the ladies of the cafeteria, as they
study hallers, dancers, or whatever may Sefve over 700 meals a day.
The first thought that comes to
mind when the word "cafeteria" is
mentioned is food, but that's not the
only thing found in North's cafeteria.
Dances and sports banquets fre-
quently filled the cafeteria as well as
civic groups and organizations from
throughout Delaware County.
Study halls also played a special
role when it came to the cafeteria.
Almost every period found juniors
and seniors either playing cards,
talking, or, once in a while, studying
within its walls.
Food, of course, was its most
noted function, but even when food
was being served, there was always
something else happening.
Class projects were carried out as
students moved from table to table
introducing the cause and asking for
According to the season, even a
little music was heard as the senior
boys conducted themselves in
All in all, ours was a cafeteria of
Deciding upon what to eat, freshman Chris 1
Conway searches through the windows to in-
spect the lunch menu.
After finding something to satisfy his mid-day
stomach pains, Chris Conway awaits his
change and then looks for a table.
Chowing down, juniors Gregg Plough,
Matt Kibler, Jim Sherman, Brian Allardt, Doug
Kelly and Phil Rudolph exchange the day's af-
Relaxing from the normal routine, Mrs. Donna
Zoll, Mr. Charles Marcus, Mr. Hans Sheridan
and Mr. Owen Lemna lunch-in in the cafeteria.
MB. OWEN LEMNA
MB. CHARLES MARCUS
Mr. Robert Carmichael
Demonstrating his cooking ability, principal
Owen Lemna explains his peanut brittle recipe
to assistant principal Charles Marcus.
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Mrs. Betty Bowman
Mrs. Beverly Hunt
Mr. Hans Sheridan
Mrs. Donna Zoll
Mary Etta Sutton
Administration Presents .
Participating in the student services program.
senior Stacy Paul calculates tuition and other
checks due in the finance office.
Meeting the needs and demands
of 1224 students, 70 faculty
members, and answering to the ad-
ministrators uptown were the main
concerns of Principal Owen Lemna,
Asst. Principal Charles Marcus,
Dean of Men Hans Sheridan, and
Dean of Women Donna Zoll.
With experienced staff counselors
and directors, unusual events such
as those concerning the weather
were handled with little difficulty.
Cheryl Ridlel' Cynthia Marshall
Working on assignments and enjoying their
free time with other library facilities are Kelli
Marti, Jeff Neata and Wayne Louks.
New Dimensions for
Adjusting the various components involved in
running a projector, Jim Sylvester busies
himself during his AV class.
tudents to Explore
Sarah Humphrey Carol Dickerson
A new dimension inthe dispensary is found in
the hosiery machine, a much needed first aid
kit for the female Titans.
Opportunities for students and teachers
were opened up by the administrators as new
programs involving the use of the other Mun-
cie schools' facilities were explored.
New programs were designed and en-
couraged, as a one-ness was found in
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Deciding when to open and close
school is usually done one year
prior, but the '77 year added a
different dimension to the already
planned school calendars.
With the ice, snow, and sub-zero
temperature readings, Superinten-
dent Donald Slauter was forced to
close all Muncie Community Schools
January 10, which proved to be only
the beginning of the lost school days.
Schools were closed until January
The fuel shortage also took its
effect as Central, Wilson, and
Mrs. Wilimienne Hofherr, director of public
relations for the Muncie Community Schools,
offers refreshments to Mr. Tom Crowe and
Mrs. Mary Etta Sutton during the faculty
McKinley were forced to remain
closed while the other schools open-
A plan was arrived upon for the
sharing of school buildings with
Northside, Southside and Storer,
which meant an odd-even day
scheduling for students and
teachers of the six schools.
On February 7, Northside,
Southside, and Storer returned to
their usual schedules, as Central,
Wilson and McKinley were permitted
to return to the school buildings on
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Kevin Ford 123i rest on the sidelines con-
templating North's next drive.
Quarterback Jeff Campbell fades back and
looks downfield for a receiver. Jim McClure
C325 sets up to block a South Bend opponent.
VARSITY FOOTBALL ROW ONE: Trainer
Maurice Bell, Manager George
Smedinghoff, Mark Jordan, Jeff Bird, Jon
McEwin, Jeff Campbell, Jim McClure, Kevin
Ford, Joe Williams, Trainer Curt Watson,
Manager Greg Brunette. ROW TWO: Coach
Hans Sheridan, Jeff Cheesman, Jack
Hammerstein, Tony Ashley, John Haley, Jeff
Oziemkowski, David Hendricks, Gerald
Dew, Todd Jones, Kent Ford, Coach Dennis
Baron. ROW THREE: Coach Terry
Hitchcock, Dave Duerson, Tony Griffen, Tim
Green, Mike Haisley, Jeff Howe, Jim
Buchannan, Bob Slauter, Keith Skeel, Steve
Ahlersmeyer, Coach Don Fields.
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Jeff Oziemkowski drags down a Blackford runner South Bend Ftiley's defense found it hard
from behind. Jeff Bird 1213 and Jim Buchannan to bring down tailback Tony Griffen 1451 as
4723 zero in to help. Griffen piled up 180 yards on the ground.
Jeff Howe helps by throwing a block.
Coach Terry Hitchcock will have
13 returning lettermen for next year's
Co-captains were selected by
team members early in the season.
Two seniors, Jeff Bird and Jim
Buchannon, received this honor.
At the awards banquet junior
tailback Tony Griffen received the
outstanding offensive back. Senior
tightend Todd Jones, who has not
played since his freshman days, was
awarded outstanding offensive
lineman. Outstanding defensive
lineman went to senior tackle Jeff
Howe, and the outstanding defensive
back award went to senior
linebacker Tim Green.
North's varsitymen showed good
progress in a rebuilding year,
despite their 4-7 record.
OPPONENT WE THEY
Central 0 14
Blackford 7 3
Madison Heights 7 26
Southside 11 8
Huntington 6 28
Carmel 0 47
Haworth 9 22
South Bend Riley 6 14
Delta 8 6
Jay County 6 13
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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL ROW ONE:
Mike Johnson, Rod Denham, Kelvin Long,
Maurice McGee, Bob Russell, Jim Hilles,
Greg Campbell, Bruce Needham, Jack
Lewis, Chris Carr. ROW TWO: Coach Hans
Sheridan, Dave Naumcheff, Ed Humphrey,
Greg Bays, John Kowalski, Ledon
Upchurch, Mark Hays, Jeff Anderson, Doug
Kelley, Coach Dennis Baron. ROW THREE:
Coach Terry Hitchcock, Steve Gutermuth,
Dave Newton, Martin Proctor, Dave Adams,
Tony Hay, Bob Osborne, Jeff Slusher, Mike
Chesnut, Coach Don Fields.
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FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ROW ONE:
Manager Fred Putt, Tony Bell, Todd Rogers,
Brian Engleman, Jamie Walters, Tim
Heston, Tim Hill, Brad Wilson, Brett Nelson,
Bob Rector, Manager Will Koss. ROW TWO:
Steve Sickles, James Crocket, Jim Adams,
Marvin Ashby, Brad Barker, Chad Harrell,
Marc Hoffman, Cliff Stooky, Tom Pollock,
Tom Connors, Greg Foxx. ROW THREE:
Coach Tom Crowe, Greg Taylor, Tim Lyon,
John Barlow, Jim Hayes, Jeff McShirIey,
Brad Sry, Brian Smith, Robert Anderson,
Marc Longworth, Tracy Bickel, Coach Jim
Freshman quarterback Greg Taylor fights for
some well earned yardage against cross-town
rival Muncie Southside.
The junior varsity and freshman
football teams finished with identical
4-3 records. These two teams show
talent and should be tough in future
years as varsity material.
The outstanding defensive back
for the JV team was Steve Guter-
muth: the outstanding offensive
back, Dave Duersong the outstanding
defensive lineman, Ed Humphrey:
the outstanding offensive lineman,
The outstanding defensive back
for the freshmen was Tim Hill, the
outstanding offensive back, Greg
Taylor: the outstanding defensive
lineman, Tim Hill: the outstanding
offensive lineman, Steve Sickles.
Tim Hill was the most valuable
Senior netman Phil lsenbarger serves one of the
many points he and his doubles partner John
Ringoen gathered during the season.
Sophomore MVP Ed O'Kor'n hits an overhand
smash to help advance him to the regional
where he was North's only champion,
VARSITY TENNIS ROW ONE: Bruce Shepard,
Paul Hamori, Tyrone Cecil, John Ringoen. ROW
TWO: Coach Curt Ervin, Phil lsenbarger, Ed I .
O'Korn, Doug Harris. O I n S
Co-captain Bruce Shepard volleys a backhand.
Shepard and junior Doug Harris teamed up to
win the sectional.
Ed O'Korn, sophomore, capped
off a good season by capturing
North's only regional title. Coach
Curt Ervin's netmen consisted of four
sophomores, John Ringoen, Tyrone
Cecil, Paul Hamori,and O'Korn who
won the MVP, and three juniors,
Frank Voss, Stewart Hults, and co-
captain Doug Harris. The only two
seniors on the squad were Phil lsen-
barger and co-captain Bruce
Coach Ervin will have six returning
lettermen on a squad that ended with
an 18-3 record and a sectional
championship. The JV's had a good
campaign with an 8-2 record.
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appear bored as they wait for the start of the
match on the Northside court.
Sophomore reserve netman Peter Voss
backs up and sends back an over-hand Iob.
JV onol Freshmen show tolenf
FFIESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY FIOW ONE: ROW TWO: Coach Dallas Kunkle, Dave
Felix Plippey, Tony Werckman, Doug Kemezy, Diebold, Bill Osborne, Rod McCullum, Tony
Bob Syring, Mike Bonge, Flick Thielemann. Mixell, Coach Steve Edwards.
The freshman and reserve teams
show promise for a tough future
team. The reserves and freshmen
combined for a 6-4 record.
The freshmen took home first
place trophies in the Southport Inv.
and the Delta Opener.
The reserves finished 6-2 against
FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY V
DSITB Opener No team score
Warren Central 30 29
Central 37 18
Bloomington Inv. sm
Southport Inv. 151
Delta Inv. 15g
Won 2 Lost 2
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JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY ROW
ONE: Chris Moody, Ron Ivy, Charley Claspell. ,,,,
ROW TWO: Coach Dallas Kunkle, Kent
Wimmer, Matt Millikan, Ben Brubaker, Coach 'I 'l" '
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Freshman Tony Mixell lengthens his lead at a
chilly cross-country meet. Tony was one of
two freshman to make the varsity squad.
Maves Captures Sectional, Regional,
This year's cross country team
finished the season 6-1. Senior Scott
Maves captured the sectional and
regional and was the team's captain
and most valuable runner.
An injury to Scott's younger
brother, Steve, was a blow to the
team, but Steve Edwards' crew lost
only their opening meet to Madison
VARSITY JR. VARSITY
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Madison Heights 27 28 27 32
Della Openef No team score
Warren Central 22 33 41 19
Blackford Inv. 1st No score
Southside 18 71 31 74
Central 42 25
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Hlshland ao 25 15 as
Southport Inv, 4th 11th
Haworth 19 36 25 34
Won 6 Lost 1 Won 4 Lost 2
Sectional and regional champion Scott Maves Song M-WGS' Chaflces Of 3 State, ViCt0fY Were
trudges through the sectional course at Ander- SPOIIGG by 3 fall In The Sfaie meet-
Junior runner Jim Trulock turns it on and YOUR MONEY OR YOUR LIFE!!! Assistant
passes another opponent in a meet at coach Dallas Kunkle clowns around with a
McCullough Park. starting gun at a cross country meet.
VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY ROW ONE:
Manager Greg Ross, Tony Mixell, Steve
Maves, Felix Rippey. ROW TWO: Coach
Dallas Kunkle, Ron Crump, Bill Leonard, Tom
Moran, Jim Trulock, Scott Maves, Coach
Titons Coptu-re Olympic Conference
North's varsity roundballers end-
ed the season Olympic conference
champions with an 18-3 record. The
Titans bowed out to Yorktown in the
Academic all-stater Phil lsen-
barger received a trophy for most
rebounds, co-captain and co-MVP at
the winter sports banquet. Eric
Eckelman also received a trophy for
co-captain and co-MVP. Eckelman
was also named to the honorable
mention list to academic all-state.
Junior guard Kim King walked off
with two other awards, best free
throw percentage and most assists.
North captured the Holiday
tourney by beating Jay County in the
opener and a scrappy Benton Cen-
tral' team in the final game.
The legalization of the dunk shot
added a new dimension to this
season and the Titan fans were ex-
cited by an occasional "slam" by two
North big men, Eric Eckelman and
Madison Grant B8 52
Ft. Wayne North 73 58
Delta 66 53
New Castle 68 52
Winchester 92 68
Central 48 61
Jay County 83 59
Benton Central B6 52
Yorktown 70 53
Haworth 87 59
Southside 86 66
Anderson 67 70
Huntington 64 60
Richmond 68 63
Madison Heights 71 68
Carmel 64 57
Pendleton Heights 94 57
Jay County 102 46
Blackford 79 64
Kokomo 90 48
Sectional-Yorktown 61 62
VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW ONE: Coach
Myron Dickerson, manager Eric McKinley,
trainer Kurt Watson, managers George
Smedinghoff and Greg Koss, assistant coach
Curt Ervin. ROW TWO: Steve Williams, Kim
Phil lsenbarger interlaces fingers with the op-
posing center during a jump ball to open the
game against Kokomo Haworth.
King, Ed Humphrey, Mike Duerson, Greg
Bays, Phil lsenbarger, Eric Eckelman, Mark
Smith, Tom Hinds, Dave Duerson, Mike
Dickerson, Jeff Williams.
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all-stater Eric Eckelman lays one in against
Yorktown's Rick Cox.
Dave Duerson, sophomore guard,
shoots a baseline jumper against the
Jay County Patriots.
Junior guard Kim King launches a high
archer against Blackford.
Putting a move on a Jay County oppo-
nent, senior Mike Duerson one-hands it
up toward the hoop.
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IUFYTDSV on CGNUHVS Clarence MONEY- joys most, as he proves it against Kokomo
A fight broke out in the waning moments of
the Richmond-North battle. North won the
HOMERUN!! Eric Eckelman slams one home
for two against Anderson.
Phil "Ice" lsenbarger shoots a high archer
over a Bearcat opponent. Central pulled off an
Senior Mike Duerson shoves a soft shot
toward the hoop against Yorktown in sectional
The reserve basketball team
fought its way to a 16-4 record, the
best in the school's history.
Talent was apparent in this all-
sophomore team. Although rattled
with injuries, Coach Curt Ervins'
crew came away with the city and
holiday tourney championships.
Two regular starters, Tom Hinds
and Dave Naumcheff, suffered in-
juries. Naumcheff suffered a broken
ankle in the Yorktown game, and
three games later Hinds broke a
wrist while playing Anderson. Both
were lost for the remainder of the
season. Another starter, Dave Duer-
son, was moved up the second half
of the season to play varsity, while
Ed Humphrey and Greg Bays were
saved two or three quarters for varsi-
OPPONENT WE THEY
Madison Grant 46 45
Fort Wayne North 43 40
Delta 56 24
New Castle 41 47
Winchester 66 33
Central 46 35
Madison Heights 57 54
Yorktown 39 34
Yorktown 51 43
Haworth 60 40
Southside 56 52
Anderson 54 52
Huntington 27 51
Richmond 51 48
Madison Heights 57 46
Carmel 57 59
Pendleton Heights 42 40
Jay Co. 51 42
Blackford 50 43
Kokomo 46 57
McEwin pops from the corner.
Sweet-shooting sophomore guard Jon
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW ONE: Ivy, Jon McEwin. ROW TWO: Coach Curt Er- Hinds, Greg Bays, Ledon Upchurch, Mark
Cris Clevenger, Matt Millikan, Ed O'Korn, Ron vin, Dave Naumcheff, Stewart Fike, Tom Hays, Ed Humphrey, trainer Maurice Bell.
Doghg what he does best, center Ledon Sophomore forward Eddie Humphrey lofts a
Upchurch hulls his Way to the basket ahd soft shot over Blackford defenders, while Lee
draws the foul- Upchurch awaits a possible rebound.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL ROW ONE: An-
drew Smith, Tim Heston, Marc Hoffman, Tim
Hinds, Norman Showalter, Mark Holt, Tom
Connors, Tim Hill, Tony Mixell. ROW TWO:
Coach Robert Osborne, Manager John
Barlow, Jimmy Collins, Troy Miller, Brian
Adams, Bret Cummings, Jeff McShurley,
Brad Sry, Greg Taylor, Brad Dobbs, Brad
Wilson, Manager William Koss, Coach
Jimmy Collins 1243 and Greg Taylor 1451 go up
for a rebound against Central.
OPPONENT WE THEY WE THEY
Burris 45 22
Yorktown 47 30 32 17
Delta 56 44 34 23
Central 38 36 25 29
Shenandoah 67 39 48 36
Southside 34 32 34 31
Anderson 44 61 40 44
New Castle 50 61
Southside 61 35 47 32
Central 35 40 15 37
Madison Hgts. 49 54 33 36
Anderson Highland 48 50 31 38
Jay County 53 48 26 24
Central tcitytourneyl 37 40 ot.
Record 8-6 6-5
The freshman basketball team lost in
overtime to Central in the first round of
the city tourney 40-37. The frosh A
team ended the season 8-6, and the B
At the Winter Sports Banquet, Coach
Dallas Kunkle presented Jim Collins
with the MVP award. The coach's
award went to Brad Dobbs: co-captains
were Greg Taylor and Brad Wilson: and
the mental attitude award went to Tom
Senior Ray Clark accepts first place at the wrestl-
ing sectional at North. Clark wrestled 119 lb.
class this season.
Freshman Tony Bell scissors the head of
an opponent in the Mooresville invitational.
Struggling with his Yorktown opponent, Jim
Buchanan grappels his way to a third place
finish in the sectional. .
'Titon Wrestlers Grolo Sectionol
VARSITY WRESTLING ROW ONE: Manager
Richard Ruff, Ezra Toomer, Danny Walker,
Tony Bell, Ray Clark, Garth Recter, Neal
Coleman, Manager Bruce Needham. Row
Two: Coach Dennis Baron, Coach Jim Suding
Phines Jackson, Lockhart Gee, Jeff Slusher,
Jack Hamerstein, Jim Buchanan, Jeff Howe,
David Hendricks, Coach Jim Metzler.
Sophomore Danny Walker struggles with an
opponent in sectional action.
Coach Jim Metzler lost six seniors
from the 1976-77 squad in a
rebuilding year. The varsity wrestlers
ended the season 4-2-1.
Senior Phines Jackson received a
trophy for most team points and co-
captain. Jeff Howe was the other co-
Most improved wrestler went to
sophomore Danny Walker.
Freshman Ezra Toomer had the
most takedowns, while senior
Lockhart Gee copped the Baguba
The wrestlers won their own sec-
tional and placed sixth in the
reg I o n al .
New Castle 21 33
Southside 24 42
Haworth 46 18
Central 29 29
Huntington 32 30
Mooresvllle Classic 4th
Madison Heights 39 26
Bloomington South 3rd
Tipton Invitational 2nd
Won 4 Lost 2
JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING ROW ONE: Coach Dennis Baron, Craig Reife, Mark
Fred Putt, Greg Peckham, Jim Wagner, Greg Grooms, Travis Overfield, Tony Hay, Rod
Campbell, Bruce Needham. ROW TWO: Denham, Chris Carr, Coach Jim Metzler.
FRESHMAN WRESTLING ROW ONE: Fred Sickles, Jim Adams, John Marsh, Cliff
Putt, Mike Bonge, James Thomas, Brian Stookey, Jeff Birkel, Coach Jeff Alexander.
Engelmann, Larry Sumwalt. ROW TWO: Steve
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This year's Junior Varsity
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New Castle 24 42
Southside 28 26
Haworth 50 15
Central 42 12
Huntington 32 21
Madison Heights 41 14
Won 5 Lost 1
New Castle 27 46
Southside 24 18
Jay County 27 39
Central 20 26
Marion Justice 44 20
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Won 4 Lost 3
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Wierks, Tom Troyan, Jeff Neata, Tim
Courtney, John Bell, Andy Tharp. ROW
TWO: Diving Coach Claudia Clark, Frank
Voss, Stewart Hults, Arnold Hidalgo, Pete
Voss, George Butterfield, Chuck Swift,
Manager Tim Koontz. ROW THREE:
Manager Mike Compton, Kent Alexander,
Craig Reed, Brian Allardt, Phil Rudolph,
Keith Peterson, Coach Howard Bunch.
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back one and one-half layout.
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dive one and one-half twist.
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ed the season by winning the
Anderson sectional. North finish-
ed with a 10-1 record and placed
23rd in the state.
Junior Brian Allardt walked off
with the outstanding swimmer
award at the annual winter sports
banquet. George Butterfield
received the most improved
swimmer award. Senior Ken
Kratz, who broke his finger in the
sectional, received the outstan-
ding diver award. Coach Howard
Bunch presented junior Peter
Voss with the exemplary attitude
award. Outstanding freshman was
OPPONENT WE THEY
Culver invitational 4th
North Central 80 92
Haworth 87 85
Carmel invitational 2nd
Huntington 96 76
Anderson 36 84
North Invitational 4th
Connersville 91 81
Madison Heights 111 61
Lafayette Jeff 91 B1
Yorktown 119 53
New Castle 91 81
Central 103 69
woN 10 Lost 1
Sophomore Chuck Swift executes a difficult
dive at a meet at Northside.
Junior Brian Allardt modestly -receives
applause from fans after winning his event.
RESERVE SWIMMING ROW ONE2 Jeff AISX- Senella, Brian Rudolph, Flick Thielmann,
ander, Chip Weiss, Tim Broyles, Chris Eddy. Chuck Hershinger, Sam Duboc.
ROW TWO: Managers Brian Bender and Roy
SBNOI' diver Ken Kfafl mem-3llY PVGDGVGS f0f-3 tional competition and unfortunately was
dive at the Northside pool. Kratz, who led in eliminated from State competition,
total points in the state, broke a hand in sec-
Without any seniors on the
baseball team, the varsity posted a
5-15 record, while against OC teams
the young Titans were 2-8.
Coach Don Fields, along with the
rest of the squad were optimistic
from the outset of the year.
Sophomore David Duerson and
junior Kent Johnson hit the longest
homeruns ever hit at Northside. Both
homers went into the tennis courts.
Opponent WE THEY
Wes-Del 9 1
Yorktown 6 7
Yorktown 4 9
Knightstown 6 2
Carmel 0 5
Central O 5
Anderson 3 7
Huntington 2 3
Madison Hgts. 5 0
Haworth O 4
South 0 6
South 4 5
Huntington 3 5
Madison Hgts. 8 2
Carmel 2 B
Connersville 5 16
Connersville 2 4
Blackford 5 8
Anderson Highland 7 2
Haworth 0 4
WON 5 LOST 15
Defense is part of the game, especially at third
base with David "Moose" Miller.
Stealing second base against Anderson is
junior Kevin Ford. Anderson won 7-3.
VARSITY BASEBALL ROW ONE: Manager
Eric McKinley, Kevin Ford, Tony Hay, Brian
Davis, Doug Harris, Stan Buck, Maurice Bell.
ROW TWO: Manager Brad Koss, David New-
ton, Jon McEwin, Wayne Waite, Cris
Clevenger, George Smedinghoff. ROW
THREE: Coach Tom Crowe, Ed Humphrey,
Kent Johnson, Dave Naumcheff, John
Kowalski, David Duerson, Denby Turner,
David Miller, Coach Don Fields.
On the mound for the Titans against Wes-Del
is junior Kent Johnson. The Warriors lost to
JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL ROW ONE: TWO: Coach Tom Crowe, Tim Hill, Todd Reitz,
Managers Bob Syring and Brett Nelson, Mark Scott Wood, Brad Wilson, Brad Dobbs, Jim
Holt, Daren Gill, Bob Rector, Charley Marley, Collins, Tim Lyon, Tim Heston, Wayne Louks.
managers Jeff Wulff, and Tony Mailers. ROW
Freshman Bob Rector fouls one off in perfect form as teammates watch.
Freshman Brad Dobbs closely watches a low
pitch go by for a ball.
JR. VARSITY BASEBALL
OPPONENT WE THEY
Blackford 8 4
Carmel 1 12
Southside 5 17
Central 2 3
Anderson 11 10
Huntington 3 1
Madison Heights 12 9
Carmel 12 2
Haworth 10 5
Southside 5 O
Huntington 4 8
Blackford i9thj 11 2
Madison Heights 6 5
Yorktown 6 12
Highland 10 11
Haworth 5 6
This year's junior varsity baseball
team ended with a winning season at
9-7. A strong freshman crew made
up most of the team. Only two
sophomores, Charley Marley and
Scott Wood played reserve, due to
the shortage of seniors on the varsity
team. Freshman Brad Wilson pitch-
ed a no-hitter against Southside
after losing to them the first time.
Reserve ace pitcher Brad Wilson warms up.
He threw a no-hitter against Southside.
Junior tracker Steve Maves runs at the
Fieldhouse against Central and South in the
In an attempt t0 Clear 13 feet, Senior Flay Receiving the baton from an unidentified
Clark r1iCKSthe CVOSS baron thewaydown. runner in the city meet is junior Mark Smith.
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Troickmen Struck with Bold Luck
VARSITY AND JR. VARSITY TRACK ROW
ONE: Bill Leonard, Fred Iles, Felix Rippey,
Rod Denham, Jim Trulock, Steve Maves, Ran-
dy Palomaki, Kent Wimmer, Scott Parker,
Tracy Allen, Scott Swingley. ROW TWO:
Coach Jeff Alexander, Steve Ahlersmeyer,
Charlie Claspell, Joe Anderson, Ron Crump,
Bob Slauter, Rick Schneiter, Tim Greene, Ray
Clark, Ron Ivy, Manager Greg Ross. ROW
THREE: Head coach Steve Edwards, Ben
Brubaker David Shuman, Greg Bays, Tony
Poe, Jeff Cheesman, Dwayne Adrian, Matt
Millikan, Mark Smith, Manager Steve Allen,
Coach Tom Osborne.
Tony Poe trightj and Scott Parker race with two Southside runners in a reserve contest.
The varsity trackmen ran to a 3-4
record. Injuries were abundant, as
the Titans struggled to a fourth place
finish in the conference and second
in the sectional.
Jeff Cheesman won both the high
and low hurdle events in the sec-
tional with one of the fastest times in
the state in the lows, after being in-
jured through the last half of the
season. Another senior, Rick
Schneiter, set a new long jump
record with a leap of 22' 6", shatter-
ing the old record of 21' B". A torn
cartilage put him out of sectional ac-
VARSITY JR. VARSITY
OPPONENT WE THEY WE THEY
Delta 85 62 74 43
Madison Heights 63 64 87 40
Pendleton Hgts. 72 55 53 73
Carmel Inv. 3rd
Fort Wayne Snyder 29 79
Blackford 29 55
Muncie Relays 6th
Central 37 B4 70 71
South 37 32 70 11
Kokomo Relays Sth '
Yorktown 72 46 71 46
Haworth 63 64 48 79
Conference 4th I
Won 3 Lost 4 Won 3 Lost 4
Freshmen Ploce Second in City
OPPONENT WE THEY
Central 50 77
South 92 29
Blackford Inv 2nd
Northside Inv. 2nd
City Meet 2nd
The freshman track team com-
FRESHMAN TRACK ROW ONE: Rod
McCuIlom, Tony Mixell, Jeff Birkel, Felix
Ftippey, Kelli Marti, Tony Mixell, James
Thomas, Tom Connors, Dave Diebold. ROW
TWO: Head coach Steve Edwards, Coach
Tom Osborne, Cliff Stookey, Doug Kemezy,
Greg Taylor, Dave Suput, Joe Sannella, Tracy
Allen, Bill Osborne, Steve Sickles, Jeff Alex-
Tracy Allen glides over a hurdle a fraction of a second ahead of Central's Ray McCullom.
piled a record of 1-1 and placed se-
cond in the Blackford Invitational
and were host of their own in-
vitational in which they placed se-
cond. The city meet came out the
same, as the freshmen placed se-
cond behind Central.
Kelli Marti seems to be doing a dance on the
port-a-pit at a track meet.
or Darren Shippy thinks of how the break
go in his putt.
Chipping from the sand trap is senior Lindsay
Shippy Breoiks Record, Shoots 6
GOLF ROW ONE: Tim Koontz, Rob Foster,
Mike Smekens, Matt Tucco. ROW TWO:
Coach Jerry Griffey, Tim Daly, Lindsay
Stelzer, Jeff Meunier, David Barnes, Daren
Lindsay Stelzer fright! and David Barnes
search for a lost ball in the lake at the Elks.
Sophomore Tim Daly eyes the putt all the way
to the cup. A
Junior Daren Shippy set a school
record with a 69 on 18 holes and was
the Olympic conference medalist.
Coach Jerry Griffey will lose two
seniors, Lindsay Stelzer and Jeff
Meunier, from a team that compiled a
In the city meet, the Titans finished
second with 332 and placed fourth in
Won 6 Lost 5
Northside lost to eventual state
champ Fort Wayne Harding in the
semi-finals at Ball State 11-2, 11-7 in
the Indiana Volleyball Coaches
Association state tourney Saturday,
Coach Terry Hitchcock sent all
three of his teams to quarterfinals.
Two advanced to the semi-finals
where both teams were eliminated.
The varsity had two seniors, Phil
lsenbarger and Curt Watson. The
rest of the team consisted of Kevin
Ford, Jeff Walser, Joe Anderson,
Steve Allen, Stewart Hults, and Bob
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL ROW ONE: Bob
Russel, Stewart Hults, Curt Watson. ROW
TWO: Steve Allen, Kevin Ford, Coach Terry
Hitchcock, Jeff Walser, and Joe Anderson.
Phil lsenbarger was not present for picture.
Getting ready to return a serve, Northside's
power volleyball team plays in quarterfinal ac-
tion against Fort Wayne North. On the court
for the Titans are Stewart Hults, Phil lsen-
barger, Bob Russel, Jeff Walser, Curt Watson,
and Kevin Ford.
Junior Jeff Walser and senior Phil lsenbarger
move to block a spike in state tourney action
at Ball State.
It took only a walk down the
hallway to see that Titan pride was
alive. That spirit was shown in the
hundreds of posters created by the
cheerleaders throughout the year.
Cooperation between varsity,
reserve, and freshman cheerleaders
made their year a great success.
With the help of their sponsor, lVlrs.
Sarah Humphrey, the cheerleaders
kept spirit at an all-time high.
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ROW ONE: Carol
Faulkner, Katherine Gee, Ann Gibson. ROW
TWO: Shelley Gouveia, Mana Thames, Erma
"ARE YOU READY? O.K.!" Freshman
cheerleaders Lorri Gentry, Shelli Lyons, Lori
Clevenger, Kelly Sparenberg and Kelly Tomlin
raise some spirit for a freshman football
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS: Sally Showalter,
Laura Amlin, Lisa Marsh, Ann Luzadder.
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Lorri Gentry,
Alice Darter, Kelly Sparenberg, Lori
Clevenger, Kelly Tomlin and Shelli Lyons.
After owning the state title for two
years in a row, all eyes were on the
Titan girls for another good season.
This year's season started with a new
coach and only three returning varsi-
ty players, so the team had to
rebuild. With the rebuilding that was
required, the Titans still faired well in
regular season action, ending with a
15-7 record for the season. The
junior varsity team ended with a
record of 6-5.
GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL ROW ONE:
Cindy DeWitt, Felecia Claspell, Joni Ewing,
Julee Kehoe, Manager Pam Howard. ROW
TWO: Coach Cindy Reigle, Karen Wilson, Lin-
da Wilson, Kim VanDeusen, Polly Hankins,
Brenda Wilson, Carol Smith, Melody Burris,
Trainer Anni Watson.
Senior Joni Ewing goes high in the sky to
GIRLS' J.V. VOLLEYBALL ROW ONE: Statisti-
cian Kay Cox, Lynne Beck, Kim Bird, Anita
Peckham, Missy Stevens, Manager Marty
Rector. ROW TWO: Statistician Nikki Harte,
Gina Claspell, Kim Gluschenko, Jan Swanson,
Melanie Johnson, Stacy Clayton, Susie
Rawlings, Coach Denise VanDeWalle.
Wes Del Inv
Won 15 Lost
7 Won 6 Lost 5
'dunk' the ball and get a side out for the Titans.
15 5 16 14
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10 15 a 15
5 15 15 5
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15 9 5 15
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15 5 11 15
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13 15 15 3
15 11 15 10
15 13 5 15
15 1 1 15
11 15 4 15
10 15 1 15
15 9 15 2
15 9 16 14
15 a 15 4
16 14 15 9
15 5 15 4
15 a 15 9
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Cogers Second in Sectionol
Ending the regular season with a
record of 5-5, the girls' varsity
basketball team, led by Coach San-
dra Andreson, didn't stop there.
Playing Daleville in the first round
sectional game, the Titans showed
their strength when all twelve girls
played and ended way ahead with
the score of 75-18. Going into the
semi-final round against Southside,
the Titan girls again ended on top,
this time with a score of 60-50. After
playing Wes-Del during the regular
season and being defeated 37-57,
the Titans were strong underdogs in
the championship game. Despite the
snow and the rain that had cancelled
many games and practices, the
Titans set out to prove that they were
stronger than ever and this time
closed the gap, still losing, 45-53.
The junior varsity team ended its
season with a record of 5-4.
Brenda Wilson shoots a short jump shot over
Wes-Del's Marlene Lancaster, while Kim
VanDeusen blocks out Debbie McCIurg.
GIRLS' JV BASKETBALL ROW ONE: Debbie
Strouse, Melanie Miller, Susan Rawlings,
Flene Lampkins, Missy Stevens, Tondra
Lampkins, Crystal Douglass. ROW TWO:
Coach Donna Palivec, Tami Nigh, Leslie
nh imer Gina
Barnhart, Pat Hall, Shelly Gege e ,
Claspell, Teresa Maxwell, Margaret Hinds.
WON 7 WON 5
LOST 6 LOST 4
52 37 21 29
50 35 29 30
73 27 31 15
44 57 23 20
Central 65 55 38 17
37 57 31 33
54 68 15 27
47 50 34 18
62 57 32 25
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GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL ROW ONE:
Manager Mary Alice Stout, Pam Howard,
Julee Kehoe, Kim Bird, Lynne Beck, Felecia
Claspell. ROW TWO: Coach Sandra An-
dreson, Manager Linda Courtney, Karen Wil-
son, Melody Burris, Joni Ewing, Millie
Underkofflee Cindy DeWitt, Brenda Wilson,
Kim VanDeusen, Trainer Anni Watson.
Dorter Wins Stote, Sets Record
OPPONENT WE THEY
Pendleton Heights 130 72
Lafayette 66 106
Richmond 113 59
Madison Heights 118 54
Yorktown 104 68
Marion 120 41
Anderson 99 73
New Castle 123 48
North Central 80 92
Jay County 126 46
Connersville 112 60
Haworth 113 59
Won 11 Lost 2
Ending the season with a record of
10-2, the Titan female strokers were
not satisfied until going to sectional,
winning, and smashing records in
the meantime. Records where
broken by Nancy Darter in the 200
yard freestyle, Tami Ruemler in the
200 yard l.M. and 100 yard
backstroke, and Alice Darter in the
100 yard butterfly and the 500 yard
Winning the state title in the 100
yard butterfly was Alice Darter, who
broke the state record during the
qualification round with a time of
1:O1.818, and then went on to win the
finals with a time of 1:02.047.
Other state finishers were Tami
Reumler, Dorice Kelly, Sharon
Anderson, and Alice Darter, ninth in
the 200 yard medly relay: and Tami
Reumler, ninth in the 200 yard l.M.
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Karen Shroyer, Julie Johnson, Laura Oliver.
ROW TWO: Emily Chico, Lynn Allardt, Tami
Ruemler, Vicki Smith, Allison MacKenzie,
Sharon Anderson, Manager Gayle
Springman. ROW THREE: Diving Coach
Claudia Clark, Alice Darter, Beth Schmoeller,
Nancy Darter, Nancy Buennagel, Karen
Beekman, Dorice Kelly, Diana Beebe,
Manager Kelli Pittenger, Coach Donna
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freshman Alice Darter not only swam butterfly
but was also active in many other strokes.
Here Alice is doing the backstroke.
Karen Shroyer looks back at the water while
performing a backdive.
Catching her breath and kicking hard, senior
Barb Badgley swims the breast-stroke.
OPPONENT WE THEY
Madison Heights 202 239
Winchester 219 225
Monroe Central 203 214
Jay County 223 234
Marion 200 198
Yorktown 418 351
Highland 194 226
Anderson 205 179
Richmond 206 188
Won 5 Lost 4
Swing for Victory
During sectional competition, Sally Showalter GIRLS' GOLF ROW ONE: Mary Yocum, Laura
practices putting keeping in mind that prac- Tucco. ROW TWO: Coach Jerry Griffey, Sally
tice makes perfect. Showalter, Tammy Nigh, Stacy Paul, Ann Gib-
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Only in its third year as an IHSAA
sport, the girls' golf team is already
showing improvement, Improvement
came this year when Coach Jerry
Griffey's "Dollies" bettered last
year's record of 2-7 to a record of 5-
4 for the 1976 season. Coach Griffey
presented the Low Stroke Average
award to Sally Showalter.
After placing third in the 1975
state tourney, the girls' varsity soft-
ball team proved its power once
again this summer by taking home 2
many trophies from tournaments
they participated in. The team plac-
ed first in the Muncie Junior League,
Junior League Tournament,
Women's B League Tournament,
and third in a tournament at
Connersville. Adding to the excite-
ment, Coach Robert Carmichael this
year added two more teams to the
roster. A combination of these two
teams placed third in a tournament
Carol Smith of the varsity team
was given a special award by Coach
Carmichael for her outstanding bat-
ting average of .5l0.
Stretching to catch the ball and obtain an out
during the Junior League Tournament is Kim
GIRLS' VARSITY SOFTBALL ROW ONE:
Karen Wilson, Shelley Walker, Pam Howard,
Stacy Paul, Kim VanDeusen, Felecia Claspell,
Shelly Gouveia. ROW TWO: Assistant Tom
Wilson, Linda Wilson, Brenda Wilson, Carol
Smith, Diana Beebe, Erma Cushenberry,
Coach Robert Carmichael.
GIRLS' JV SOFTBALL ROW ONE: Ann
Showalter, Barb Bradley, Kim Bird, Lynne
Beck, Marty Rector, Susan Rawlings, Lori
Gilchrest, Suzie Davey, Foo Claspell, Teresa
Maxwell. ROW TWO: Assistant Tom Wilson,
Louise Kellison, Jo Pitser, Melody Burris,
Melanie Johnson, Millie Underkoffler, Karen
Beekman, Cheryl Warner, Kendra Rothhaar,
Coach Robert Carmichael.
Led by coaches Claudia Clark and
Claudette Weeks, the girls' gym-
nastics teams ended with season
records of 5-4 for beginning, 7-2 for
intermediate, and 3-6 for optionals.
Sharon Hahn and Mona Thames ad-
vanced to the regional. Coach Clark
presented individual awards to Most
Improved, Stacy Paul and Kim
Bailey: MVP beginning level, Sharon
Hahn, MVP intermediate level, Mary
Yocum and Mona Thames, MVP op-
tional Ievel, Leigh McCurley.
OPPONENT WE THEY
Southside B 63.2 53.85
I 67.25 53.65
O 30.15 63.35
Wes-Del B 66.9 50.05
I 64.25 64.7
O 19.45 60.7
Madison Hgts. B 63,2 64.7
I 62.3 50.2
O 44.2 47.65
Central B 63.2 58.75
I 67.25 50.55
O 30.15 64.65
New Castle B 64.8 65.2
I 67.65 66.55
O 17.95 70.95
Eastbrook B 65.35 54.2
I 59.5 41.35
O 44.25 30.1
Delta B 64.35 64.55
I 55.3 44.05
O 35.5 41.8
Burris B 65.5 54.2
I 67.2 41.3
O 44.6 10.95
Madison Grant B 53.1 53.9
I 61.1 61.2
O 51.35 40.9
Beginning Won 5 Lost 4
Intermediate Won 7 Lost 2
Optional Won 3 Lost 6
Leigh McCurley executes a back-handspring
during her balance beam routine.
GIRLS' GYMNASTICS ROW ONE: Mona
Thames, Leigh McCurley, Denise White, Laura
Oliver. ROW TWO: Carolyn Walker, Kim
Bailey, Charise Newsom, Shelli Lyons, Ann
Gibson, Sharon Hahn, Coach Claudia Clark.
ROW THREE: Karen Shroyer, Darlene
Danner, Mary Yocum, Stacy Paul, Terry White
Terry Neata, Manager Susie Davey.
Striving for perfection on the un-evens, junior
Mana Thames does her interpretation oi the
Concentration is a big factor when performing
on the balance beam. Here Karen Shroyer
shows that concentration leads to perfection.
Tennis ond Track
Tondra Lampkin hits the board and soars
high ending with a fantastic jump thus show-
ing why she placed first in this event in the
GIRLS TRACK ROW ONE: Missy Stevens
Marty Rector Cindy Lindsey Margaret Em-
mons Tami Buchanan Hande Berker. ROW
TWO: Lisa Marsh Lynne Beck Kim Bird Gail
Smith Susan Rawlings Tondra Lampkin
Erma Cushenberry Trainer Anni Watson.
ROW THREE: Manager Vicki Smith, Crystal
Douglas, Cindy DeWitt, Michele Towell,
Felecia Claspell, Renee Lampkins, Joni Ew-
ing, Shelly Gegenheimer, Lori Showalter,
Bonnie Batrich, Manager Millie Underkoffler.
ROW FOUR: Asst. Coach Clarice Fields, Deb-
bie Strouse, Kim VanDeusen, Linda Wilson,
Brenda Wilson, Karen Wilson, Kathy
McCaIIister, Cathy Showalter, Julie Roth,
Karen Beekman, Matti Young, Coach Donna
Biting her lip and concentrating hard, Linda
Wilson flies over the hurdles while practicing
OPPONENT WE THEY
Wes-Del 60 45
South 63 43
Yorktown 65 40
New Castle 74 31
Jay County 67 38
South Relays 2nd
Richmond 48 57
Madison Hgts. 74 31
Central 81.5 23.5
Delta 89 16
Wort 8 Lost 1
Females Take Sectional
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smashing a backhand shot at her opponent. during the match against Southside.
The girls' varsity tennis team
finished their season with an un-
defeated record of 13-0. The junior
varsity lost only one to complete the
season with an 11-1 campaign.
Undefeated for the Titans were
senior Elaine Hamori and
sophomore Annie Bracken.
Sophomore Mary Wilson was un-
beaten in junior varsity play.
The girls' track team ended their
season with a record of 8-1 and a
Freshman standout Tondra
Lampkin placed first in the high
jump and long jump and third in the
220 events to be the top individual
scorer in the sectional match.
GIRLS' TENNIS ROW ONE: Melanie Miller.
Mary Wilson, Stacy Johnson, Joanne Lawry,
Stacy Clayton, Carolyn Walker, Elaine
Hamori, Julee Kehoe, Sharon Anderson.
ROW TWO: Mary Yocum, Jan Swanson,
Gretchen Snyder, Kelly Sparenburg, Carol
Smith, Kim Sparenburg, Annie Bracken,
Karen Rittmeyer, Joan Berner, Debbie
Lawver, Coach Claudia Clark.
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Expanding the dimensions in our lives
out of school and in athletics meant com-
pressing our class and club activities.
Some of us started gearing our
schedules to certain departments as we
set our goals in the fields we felt we would
Gearing schedules and compressing
our hours of work didn't seem that bad,
but then we were forced to compress, if
we hadn't before, and to squeeze more
work into less hours as the cold weather
and its effects set in.
With the severe weather and the
oddfeven day switch with Central, faculty
members were forced to compress
studies so that students could still obtain
their normal amount of instructions.
Clubs also felt the crunch, as fewer
meetings could be arranged during the
sub-zero weather, for the possibility of
cancellation was high.
Even though everything seemed terribly
jam-packed, we survived, and seniors
were well prepared for any college
Ho! Ho! Ho! Senior Joanne Armstrong
becomes Santa for the day as she treats
playschool children with Christmas goodies. 1
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Student teacher Miss Suzie Deeter gives
senior Jay Jackson a few tips on the fine art of
Christmastime means cookie time for Felecia
"Fish" Claspell and Kelly Rawson as they
prepare orders for Tea Room class.
A change came to the Home-Economics department this
year as the traditional Bachelor's class was invaded by females
and suddenly became Contemporary Living. The change came
as a result of a government ruling against sexual discrimina-
tion. Every class offered must now be open to both males and
The department offered valuable knowledge through classes
such as Consumer Ed., Home Arts, Marriage and Family Living,
Foods, and Clothing.
Tea Room Class members used profits made on cookie
orders to reward themselves with a luncheon at the Cork and
HERO students were provided with practical job experience
through employment in various Muncie restaurants.
New to the department this year were Miss Lydia Stilwell and
Mrs. Marla Perdue, who became the first Northside graduate to
return as a teacher.
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barger with the chance to try out his cookie-
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war between men and machine for Steve
Maves and Phil Juday who peer teach with its
Moth Classes Provide Troining
Students in Mr. Mike Paluch's Algebra I class
make use of their study time by asking
questions on their homework.
As another year passed by,
freshmen and sophomores were
finishing their required mathematics
classes. Some students discovered
through their General Business and
Shop Math classes new techniques
and ideas that will be helpful in the
future. Juniors and seniors ad-
vanced to harder classes such as
Algebra and Geometry, while others
went on to subjects like
Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry,
and Calculus. New information was
obtained in all math classes this past
year and should help in careers to
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MV- Jerome G"iffeY Mr. Michael Paluch
Mr. John Smith
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homework for Mrs. Mary Ware's Business
Science Depoirtment Fills Requirements
The basis for many science
department classes remained the
same-lab work. Nearly all science
classes involved some type of obser-
vation. From biology to physics,
students gained first-hand
knowledge through involvement in
labs and experiments. An infamous
odor fragranted the hallways for
several weeks as zoology students
explored the interior of the dogfish
shark during an extensive dissection
The department provided a firm
background for career-minded
students, offering such classes as
botany, chemistry, environmental
science, and aerospace science.
Physics Club members expanded
their studies during a visit to the
Physics Club open house at Indiana
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CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. Steve Gutermuth
and Gary Young begin dissecting a dogfish
shark in Dr. David Guinn's zoology class.
Dr. David Guinn Mr. William Harris Mr. John Huffman
A new student? No, it's just Mary Anne
Lamoureux's Irish Setter visiting Mr. John
Huffman's Flower and Pet Care class.
Mr. David Knisley Dr. Frank Martin Mrs. Sue McConnell Mr. Michael Wolter
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The art department loom helps sophomore On his 'GSI day, Mr. Don Rogers sketches a
Emily Chico complete her project for Mrs, final poster before leaving to become a full-
Anne Johnson's Textiles class. time ranger at Mammoth Cave National Park.
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Art, Industrial Arts Display Creativity
Paintings, sculptures, showcase
displays, posters, and the Christmas
windows were just a few of the art
department projects which brighten-
ed the hallways. Students found they
could express their creativity
through courses such as Ceramics,
Printmaking, Visual Arts, Textiles,
Jewelry, and Advertising Design. Art
class members expanded their
knowledge with a field trip to ln-
dianapolis, where they visited ln-
diana Central College, the indiana
Flepertory Theatre, and the ln-
dianapolis Art Museum.
Art Club members held monthly
workshops where they created
products such as jewelry.
New to the department was Mr.
Kenneth Kronewitter, who replaced
Mr. Don Rogers.
The industrial technology depart-
ment appealed to both males and
females, offering such classes as
Graphic Arts, Electricity and
Mr. Jack McCurdy, new to
Northside this year, taught courses
in Woods, Metals, and Syntheticsg
and Architectural Drafting.
Smile! Senior Michelle Mackey uses a tripod
to perfect her photography skills for Mr. Phil
Hallenbeck's second period class.
Phines Jackson adds another hour of work to
the rocking chair he is constructing for Mr.
ll11cCurdy's Woods, Metals, and Synthetics
Patience is a necessity for junior Mike Comp-
ton as he adds his talents to the art
departments Christmas window display.
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for a fully-dressed dip in the pool as part of
their requirements for Advanced Swimming
As one of the many fifteen year-olds taking
Drivers Education, Susan Rawlings ex-
periences the power behind the wheel.
BR Mix XE
Freshman Larry Sumwalt takes an upside
down look at the world as he works with the
rings in Mr. Crowe's Phys. Ed class.
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Gym Classes Offer Change of Pace
Where would one find classes that
provided the opportunity to swim,
play tennis, volleyball, handball,
learn to square dance or become a
lifeguard? The Northside Physical
Education department, of course! All
of those and many more were
offered to students majoring in
physical education or just looking for
a chance to add some variety and
exercise to their school day.
Cheerleading class provided the
varsity, reserve, and freshman
cheerleaders with time to improve
their cheers and work on spirit signs
for the hallways.
Weight training and conditioning
was a popular class for guys wanting
to get in shape for one of the Titan
Students Julie Johnson and Teresa Maxwell
are ready for Miss Donna Palivec to return the
ball during a volleyball drill, while Donna
Ridley looks on.
French Club member Tony Knox completes a
business transaction with Mike Berner by sell-
ing him a caramel. Profits from the sale went
toward a dinner at a French restaurant.
Mrs. Sue Scott
Ecoutez bien! First-year French students
Denise Larimore, Julie Bainter, and Julie
Priest work on the oral part of an exam.
First-year German students Darla Lawver and
Brett Nelson receive some special attention on
a grammar lesson from Miss Mary Findling.
North and Central German Club members
join forces to present their prize-winning skit
at the German state convention. 3
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Students Expdnd Study Through Trdvel
Like to travel? Maybe a French or
German class is for you. Both
classes expanded their studies far
beyond the classroom this year.
Sampling foreign foods was a
favorite pastime, as third and fourth
year students studied French cuisine
by preparing two meals. French Club
members dined on everything from
onion soup to chocolate mousse at
1 Tour restaurant in Indianapolis.
German Club members began the
year with a Konditorei, a German
cafe, at Westside Park to celebrate a
city-wide Oktoberfest. A special
event of the year was a weekend trip
to Ohio, where they toured the Ger-
man village in Columbus. The group
also enjoyed skiing at Swiss Valley in
Jones, Michigan. Combined with
Muncie Central's German Club, they
won first place for a Sesame Street
skit presented at the German
convention at Huntington North High
Frohliche Weihnachten! First-year German
students Stuart Fike, Brian Engelmann, Brett
Nelson, Jenny Davis, Stacy Johnson, and
Joyce Smith add finishing touches to Fraulein
Findling's Christmas tree.
Swiss Valley ski resort provides freshman
Inga Miller with the chance to show off her ski-
ing form as she takes the tow rope to the top
of the slope.
Taking notes for Mrs. Judy Hahn's first-year
class, Tammy Shatto finds that the study of
Latin takes great concentration.
JCL Celebrates Loltin Doy
Mrs. Judith Hahn
Future Junior Classical League members Paul
Hamori and Doloris Crabtree sample
caramel-coated onions, as Linda Chesnut
watches the initiation activity.
February 17 was a special day for
Latin students and members of
Junior Classical League as they
celebrated Latin Day. The project
began with senior Andy Marsh, state
president of the Indiana Junior
Classical League, whose idea led to
proclamations by Governor Otis
Bowen and Mayor Robert Cun-
ningham. Besides Latin Day, club
activities included the JCL Olympics,
a car wash, and formal and informal
Spanish students covered not only
language, but also culture in their
study of Spanish. An initiation picnic
and a Christmas party were a few of
the activities enjoyed by the Spanish
Latin students take part in an all-day game of
Latin bingo as part of the activities involved
with the celebration of Latin Day.
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with the opportunity to prove his cooking skills to Karen Sciara
and Mana Thames. New members were initiated during the picnic
held at Westside Park.
Dreaming about a trip to Mexico, sophomore
Chris Werft listens to Mr. Flon Miller describe
his past trips there.
"Today's lesson is Spanish History!" says Mr.
Ron Miller to his second year Spanish class.
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Business Closses Look Toworol Future
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Franklin, Buford Brumley, and Robert Bearing
strive for accuracy as they begin a timed
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Students planning on a career in
business chose from advanced
classes such as Accounting,
Shorthand, Office Machines, and
Business Law. Practical experience
in basic skills were gained by other
students through enrollment in Typ-
ing, Exploratory Business, and Per-
Distributive Education offered
many students the opportunity for
on-the-job training. Classtime
provided them with skills in
marketing and salesmanship, while
their afternoon employment gave
them valuable experience and
something extra, a salary. DECA
members also devoted their time to
selling items such as sweatsuits as
Looking over his notes, Derek Lane prepares
for a test in Mrs. Arlene Satterfield's Ex-
ploratory Business class.
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Annette Mitchell cross-examines witness
Bruce Shepard during a mock trial in
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Helping Sandy Hoover try on a jacket, DECA
students Julie Lofton and Denise White look
for selling points to use.
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Working on the newspaper, Karen Rittmeyer,
Jim Trulock and Leigh Hill help each other out
to make their next deadline.
Acting, writing, speaking, or
reading-whatever your interest, the
English department had a class to
Required English classes provid-
ed a solid background in grammar,
poetry, and literature as students
composed themes, presented oral
book reports, and read everything
from "Romeo and Juliet" to
DRACULA. Senior English students
put hours of research and writing
into term papers completed during
the second semester.
Publications gave students in-
terested in writing and photography
the opportunity to express their
talents. NORTHSIDE NEWS and
NORTH STAR staff members con-
stantly strived to meet the next
deadline. Sharing the school
building for two weeks, North
newspaper staffers combined efforts
with Muncie Central students to
publish the NORTH-CENTRAL
UNION. The two staffs also worked
together in putting out the special
SECTIONAL '77 issue.
A new club this year, Northside
'Video Productions was involved in
the taping and broadcasting of
various school activities and sports.
Northside Video Productions club members
Jeff Williams and Kent Johnson relay the play-
by-play action of a girls' volleyball game.
MVS- NHNCY Crouse Mrs. Jan Ellis Mrs. Julia
The Greek and Latin projects turned in,
Darlene Cecil, Colleen Engelmann, and Laura
Tucco examine this lady bug.
Gouvela Mrs. Anita Hoopingarner Mrs. Beverly Masters
Going through the many different phases of
one of Mr. Bill Smith's tests, Joan Berner, An-
nie Bracken and Chic Clark use newspapers
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With suitcases packed, debate team
members Pat Hall, Stacy Johnson, Leisa
Love, Monty Young, Bill Petty, Robert
Osborne, and Rod McCullum prepare to leave
for state competition.
Debate team members spent a
busy year participating in events
throughout the state. Six team
P members represented Northside in
the state debate contest.
"My Fair Lady" and "Harvey" were
major productions for the Northside
The Gifted Student Program, un-
der the direction of Mrs. Jan Ellis,
was begun this year to provide twen-
ty specially-selected juniors and
seniors with the chance to explore
their interests indepth. The students
completed research and projects for
credit in various departments.
The Social Studies department
provided students with a look into
the past in understanding their coun-
try and heritage. Once again the
department offered classes in U.S.
History, Sociology, World Affairs,
Mrs. Jan Ellis, faculty adviser for the Gifted
Student Program, offers some advice to junior
Kip Rupprecht on his project.
Mrs. Betty Shondell Mr. Bill Smith
Mr. Frank Stafford Mrs. Greta Young
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Newspapers take the place of textbooks for
World Affairs students Mary Farrell, Terri
History teacher Mr. Jeff Alexander points out
some valuable information on World War ll to
Mr, Robert Warrner
In a social .studies class, a short reenactment
of "Roots" is played by Mrs. Clarice Fields and
Mr. Don Fields.
SWING CHOIR FRONT ROW: R. Moon, S.
Jones, P. Conn, R. Branson, S. Rawlings, C.
Slookey. SECOND ROW: M. Waters, C.
Faulkner, S. Buck, T. Lyon, R. Wilson, C.
Mullins. THIRD ROW: C. Campos, C. Claspell,
K. Fischer, B. Osborne, N. Traub, D. Moody,
Carol Faulkner and Stan Buck join other Sw-
ing Choir members in their performance of
"You Don't Have to be a Star" for the annual
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The Northside Swing Choir spread
Titan cheer throughout the state in
their many performances this year.
Early in the year they had the honor
of performing for the Indiana Music
Educators Association. Swing Choir
members took an active part in the
department's production of "My Fair
Lady." The group entertained at
everything from a Valentine's Day
dinner to an Easter show at the mall.
Holidays were a busy time for
Northern Lights members, also. At
Christmas, they joined with the other
choirs to take part in the annual
Christmas sing. An Easter cantata
was presented by the choirs at a
local church on Palm Sunday.
Sophomore Lisa Greenwood, a member of
Northern Lights, sings her solo in "The Seven
Last Words of Christ."
NORTHERN LIGHTS FRONT ROW: C. Fouch,
J. Schaller, V. Clark, C. Engelmann, P. Owens.
SECOND ROW: J. Hall, J. Tripi, N. Conners, L.
Greenwood, K. Qualkinbush, Mrs. Doris
Faulkner. THIRD ROW: E. Chico, T. Lyon, J.
Frizzel, M. Towell, J. Priest. FOURTH ROW: D.
Danner, S. Manning, D. Kelley, C. Lunsford, T.
Hall, D. Bowlin, J. Swanson.
1-2-3 Kick! Swing choir members Jill
Bradshaw, Kristal Fischer, Tami Lyon, and
Debbie Moss rehearse for their part in the
performance of the musical "My Fair Lady."
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ROW ONE: T. Ruemler, S.
Carmack, S. Soales, S. Rappe, J. Wilson, I.
Miller, ROW TWO: J. Roth, D. Peterson, J.
Grile, D. Larimore, K. Gluschenko.
A Musical Mixture
CONCERT CHOIR ROW ONE: D. Tretick, C.
Weiss, J. Taylor, B. Kennedy, L. Harler, V.
Clark. ROW TWO: P. Acker, C. Marshall, F.
Claspell, G. Springman, D. Griffin, L. Pierce.
ROW THREE: G. Schmoeller, C. Morris, V.
Johnson, D. Oliver, L. Ward. ROW FOUR: T.
Parr, G. Graves, G. Marshel, G. Vasalakis, T.
Green, N. Buennagel, E. Cushenberry.
Glee Club members Julie Wilson and Denise
Larimore begin rehearsing the music they will
use at the commencement program.
If you have an interest in music,
the Northside Music department has
a group to satisfy it.
Concert Choir and Glee Club were
involved in many programs this year.
They participated in the musical, "My
Fair Lady", the annual Christmas
sing, the Easter cantata, and gradua-
tion. The two vocal groups were
directed by Mrs. Doris Faulkner.
Mr. Bill Deal directed the in-
strumentalists through a busy
schedule. The orchestra added a
professional touch to the
The Jazz Ensemble, formerly the
Stage Band, presented a jazz con-
cert in the fall and participated in
nearly all pep sessions. Their lively
music was important in raising spirit.
JAZZ ENSEMBLE ROW ONE: R. Branson, B.
Adrian, C. Beck, B. Jennings, M. Waters, C.
Cummings. ROW TWO: C. Stookey, D.
Mertens, B. Barnhart, M. Bell. ROW THREE:
D. Adrian, P. Conn, T. Ruetz, B. Michel, C.
Clark, Mr. Bill Deal.
ORCHESTRA ROW ONE: C. Stookey, A.
Marsh, C. Campos, D. Mertens, B- Barnhart.
B. Michel. ROW TWO: S. Anderson, J. Bloom,
C. Warner J. Priest D. Lawver, P. Conn D
Treuck, ivi. Albright, D. Buck, T. Albrighti
ROW THREE: C. Beck, S. Rawlings, K.
Beekman, S. Snyder, M. Rector, Mr. Bill Deal.
Saxophonist Brad Adrian tries out a new tune
during a rehearsal of the Jazz Ensemble.
Bond, Drill Tecims Add to Titan
BAND ROW ONE: D. McClellan, S. Anderson,
C. Jennings, D. Mixell, L. Greenwood, A.
Stapleton, L. Pickett, C. Myers, J. Wagner, M.
Miller. ROW TWO: L. Gilchrest, J. Bloom, L.
Field, D. Strouse, C. Yeager, A. Marsh, C.
Warner, C. Cummings, L. Barnhart, B. Adrian,
G. Marshel, J. Pitser, S. Juday, M. Waters.
ROW THREE: K. Kratz, T. Ruetz, M. Grooms,
J. Wagner, S. Shroyer, F. Rippy, M. Bell, D.
Ivy, D. Duerson, L. Hayes, T. Broyles, J.
Disher, B. Barnhart. ROW FOUR: Mr. William
Deal, M. Rector, S. Rawlings, N. Chestnut, T.
Green, T. Hinds, P. Kelley, K. Saffell, J.
Marshall, J. Birkel, S. Snyder, Mr. Mike Ligon.
The Northside Marching Band and Flag Corps
await their cue to begin a pre-game perfor-
mance for a home football game at the
Reaching for the sky during a summer rehear-
sal are Titanettes Julie Terhune, Karen
Kemezy, Darlene Cecil, and Stacy Paul.
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stepped to the beat of new music this
year-the beat of Mr. William Deal,
that is, in his first year as director of
the Band, Stage Band, Orchestra,
Titanettes and Flag Corps.
Beginning rehearsal during the
summer, the Titanettes, Flag Corps,
and Band started off the year by par-
ticipating in the Ball State University
Band Day contests. Finishing in third
place, they achieved the highest
rating in the school's history.
Performances at home games and
pep sessions by the band and drill
teams were important in raising
school spirit throughout the year.
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and Krista Dragoo add to the spirit of the sec-
tional pep session by performing forthe varsi-
ty basketball team.
TITANETTES FlOW ONE: B. Anacker, M. Ox-
ley, J. Hay, K. Kemezy. FlOW TWO: M. Fuchs
S. Abram, J. Sparling, S. Myers, S. Paul, K
Dragoo, P. Hurd, D. Cecil, N. Fuchs, A. Wat-
son, S. Greene, J. Terhune.
FLAG CORP ROW ONE: J. Williams, K. Cox, J
Toomer, J. Greene, D. Osborn, S. Pollock, C
Evans, S. Holder, T. Moore, M. Anderson, D
Mr. William Deal
Seniors Prove Their Function
lts been a good day says senior class vice-
president Keith Peterson as he goes to change
Jeff Bird senior class president models his inner
self to fellow students at one of the many school
DWAYNE CAMERON ADRIAN-Honor Socie-
ty, FCA, "N" Club, German Club, Swing Choir,
Band, Stage Band, track, cross-country,
MARGARET L. ALBRIGHT-Honor Society,
French Club vice-president, Orchestra, Stage
STEPHEN L. ALLEN
KARLA ALEXANDER-Honor Society,
Cheerblock, Latin Club, French Club, Senior
STEVE KELVIN ALLRED
JOANNE ELAINE ARMSTRONG
PAMELA DEE ARRINGTON-Art Club,
BARBARA C. BADGLEY-JCL, German Club,
track, girls' swim team.
BRUCE ALAN BAILEY-Physics Club, golf
JEFFREY A. BARKER
The year 1977 will be remembered
by many. For 260 seniors,'77 meant
graduation and the start of a new
and different life style.
After many snow days, the first
semester ended, and for 39 seniors,
so did high school. Yet, events like
starting the year in debt, three weeks
with no school, and Central moving
to Northside were never forgotten.
The Senior Tea, the Senior Banquet,
and the Senior Breakfast united the
Class of '77 once again.
Exploring new dimensions of liv-
ing is a past, present, and future
event for them.
Seniors Stacy Paul, Susan Manning, Meredith
Tomlinson, and Joni Ewing wait for their
chance at the Junior Miss title.
WILLIAM K. BARNHART-Honor Society,
Student Organization Council, German Club,
Art Club, Camera Club, Band, Stage Band,
Orchestra, track, swimming, newspaper,
CATHERINE RENEE BECK-Honor Society,
Student Organization Council, Freshman,
Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class Coun-
cils, Glee Club, Northern Lights, Band, Stage
Band, Science Club, Physics Club, Math Club,
Home Ec. Club, French Club.
JEFFREY C. BIRD-Honor Society, Senior
class president, JCL, Physics Club, FCA, foot-
ball, basketball, track, baseball.
BETSY ANNE BLACKMON-Senior Class
Council, French Club, Photography Club
president, Art Club, Drama.
GRETCHEN L. BOOKOUT-Gymnastics,
Spanish Club, diving.
LYNN ELLEN BRADBURN-Senior Class
Council, Spanish Club, swimming.
SON BRANSON-Band, Stage Band, Swing
CAROL BRIGHT-Concert Choir, DECA,
Northern Lights, Senior Class Council.
VICKY LYNN BROWN-Science Club, Honor
Society, basketball manager, Student Coun-
BETH ANN BRUMBAUGH-Band, Orchestra,
Math Club, French Club, Physics Club,
Science Club, Student Council, Honor Socie-
VICTORIA SUE BUCHANAN
JOHN D. BUENNAGEL-Swimming, J.A.
TERESA MARIE BUZZARD-JCL.
ANITA F. CAMPBELL-Concert Choir.
BRYAN D. CANNON
WILLIAM C. CARLIN-Intramural basketball.
DARLENE CECIL-Titanettes, JCL.
JEFFREY SCOTT CHEESMAN-Honor Socie-
ty, Senior Class Council, "N" Club, JCL Club,
Physics Club, football, basketball, track.
JACQUELINE ANN CHERRY-Honor Society,
Concert Choir, Cheerblock, Science Club,
German Club, yearbook senior album editor.
RAYMOND JAMES CLARK-"N" Club, wrestl-
ing, track, football.
GARY LEE CLEVENGER
TINA COLEMAN-Band, JCL, German Club
president, Junior and Senior Class Councils,
Student Organization Council.
SANDRA LYNN COMBS
WILLIAM L. COMPTON-Honor Society,
Orchestra, German Club president.
BEVERLY ANN COOPER
ELIZABETH CRABTREE-DECA, Art Club.
MARIANNE L. CRAMER-Senior Class Coun-
cil, Art Club, Science Club, softball.
Nancy Fuchs, senior class secretary, sells
Honor Soceity pennants while selling her
class-project, candy bars.
Lifting the money the seniors have earned this
year has developed the muscles of Jan
Hockema, senior class treasurer.
CATHY CUMMINGS- Band, Stage Band.
NANCY DARTER- Honor Society, DECA,
Spanish Club, cheerleading, swimming, gym-
nastics, Junior and Senior Class Councils.
MICHAEL W. DICKERSON- Honor Society,
FCA, German Club, Student Organization
TODD R. DONATI- Football, swimming, in-
STEPHEN ANTHONY DOWELL- Football,
LELAND BRENT DOWNING- Football.
MICHAEL TIMOTHY DUERSON- Basketball,
football, track, FCA, Swing Choir, Spanish
Club, Debate, Physics Club, freshman class
president, Sophomore, Junior and Senior
Class Councils. "
ERIC LEE ECKELMAN- Honor Society, "N"
Club, FCA, basketball, baseball, tennis.
TARI L. ELLIOTT- COE.
JONI L. EWING- Volleyball, track, basketball,
softball, Band, Stage Band, "N" Club, Art
Club, FCA, Sophomore, Junior and Senior
MARY BEARTICE FARRELL- Orchestra.
Helping the school is all in a day's work, says
senior Jay Jackson, as he carries food to the
lobby for Doc Guinn.
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With the help of Gale Tschuor and Steve
Miller, Ken Kratz barely reaches the top of the
KRISTAL ANNE FISCHER-Swing Choir,
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KENT ROBERT FORD-"N" Club, FCA,
Spanish Club, JCL, football, track.
VICKIE KAY FRANKLIN
NANCY FUCHS-Honor Society, junior and
senior Class secretary, French Club, Camera
Club, Titanettes, J.A., tennis.
ELAINE LINDA GADZIOLA-Orchestra,
Drama, Latin Club, French Club, track, Honor
TERESA LYNNE GENTRY-Cheerleader,
gymnastics, DECA, "N" Club, Spanish Club,
Student Council, boys' swim team manager.
KATHRYN LYNN GETCHELL-Gymnastics.
Seniors Find Woys to Prove
TIMOTHY P. GREEN- Football, track, wrestl-
SUSAN ELIZABETH GREENE- Glee Club,
Northern Lights, Flag Corp, Titanettes, Honor
Society, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class
DEBORAH ANN GRUBER- French Club.
MICHAEL ALLEN HAISLEY- DE, football,
JACK HAMMERSTEIN- Wrestling.
VIRGINIA ELAINE HAMORI- JCL, Honor
Society, German Club, swimming, tennis.
RON HAMPTON- Intramural sports.
RICHARD KENT HANEY- DECA, FCA, foot-
ball, baseball, Concert Choir, Intramural
CAROLINE MARIE HARDEN
DAVID K. HARRISON- Band, JCL, Math Club,
Science Club, Honor Society, newspaper
staff, yearbook business editor.
Senior men lead annual cheerblock in yells
and bursts of laughter as the sectional pep
session gets under way.
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Titans what is meant by the phrase, "Get the
JENNIFER LYNN HAY- Glee Club, Concert
ghloir, Flag Corp, Titanettes, Band, basket-
LEIGH ANN HILL- Northside News editor-in-
chief, Honor Society, Camera Club, track,
Northern Lights, Student Organization Coun-
cil secretary, sophomore class vice-president,
freshman class secretary-treasurer.
JODY LYNN HILLES- Spanish Club, French
Club, Honor Society, Student Organization
Council, cheerleading, gymnastics, volleyball.
GEORGE W. HINES
JANET L. HOCKEMA- Freshman and Sop-
homore Class Councils, junior and senior
class treasurer, yearbook staff.
GARY ROBERT HOSKING
GINCIE HOWARD- Glee Club., Northern
Lights, Band, Home Ec. Club.
JOHN DALE HOWARD- Wrestling, tennis,
PAMELA ELLEN HOWARD- Band, HN" Club,
basketball, track, softball, volleyball manager.
G. JEFFREY HOWE- Football, wrestling, track,
"N" Club, Senior Class Council.
KATHERINE ELEANOR HOYT- Newspaper
staff, Junior Class Council.
VICTORIA LYNN HUNT- Spanish Club, DECA,
Flag Corp, Titanettes, Cheerblock, Senior
Class Council, basketball statistician.
Todd Jarvis and Karen Kemezy keep up on
the latest gossip in the barnyard by "talking tc
CURTIS WAYNE HUNTER- Art Club, Student
BRENDA HURD- Flag Corp.
PHILIP LEE ISENBARGER- Honor Society,
"N" Club, basketball, tennis.
WILLIAM G. JARED- Yearbook and
CAROL LYNN JENNINGS- Honor Society,
Band, Spanish Club, CBB.
SUSAN ANN JOHNS
BRADFORD LEE JOHNSON- Spanish Club,
wrestling, intramural basketball.
ROBERT M. JONES- Art Club president.
TODD A. JONES- Football, baseball, basket-
PHILLIP ALAN JUDAY- Debate, Spanish
Club, wrestling, golf.
KAREN DIANE KEMEZY- Honor Society, Flag
Corp, Titanettes, Math Club, Art Club, Science
Club president, Northside News Co-editor,
North Star Editor, Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior and Senior Class Councils, Student
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SANDRA KERSHNER- Band, Home EC. Club.
CATHERINE A. KIBLER- German Club,
LAURA KLINGE- DE, cheerleader.
KENNETH JOHN KRATZ- JCL, Physics Club,
swimming, football, Senior Class Council.
SUZANNE KRIEG- Spanish Club, Art Club.
MARI ANN LANE- Art Club, DECA, Glee Club,
Northern Lights, Swing Choir.
R. MICHELLE MANN
SUSAN MANNING- Northern Lights
ANDREW CHARLES MARSH- Honor Society,
Math Club president, Chess Club, Science
Club, Physics Club, JCL president, Junior
Class vice-president, Student Organization
RICHARD STUART MARTIN- Concert Choir,
Swing Choir, Stage Band, Drama, Thespians.
KELLI LAYNE MASSEY- Choir, Student
Organization Council, Sophomore, Junior and
Senior Class Council, Newspaper.
SCOTT STANLEY MAVES- Track, cross-
DEBORAH GAIL MCCLELLAN- Band, Stage
Fearing a disappointment, Brad Johnson and
Dale Tschuor discuss, study, and yell as the
What does Central mean to you? Seniors Dale
Tschuor and Ken Kratz provide junior Tim
Parks with the answer.
JAMES M. McCLURE-Football, wrestling,
THERESA LEIGH MCCURLEY-Senior and
Junior Class Councils, Student Organization
Council, cheerleader, gymnastics.
DEBORAH KAY McGRAW-Flag Corps,
French Club, CBB.
HENRY WARREN MCKEIGHEN-Swing Choir,
Drama, Latin Club.
TERRI LYNN MEIGHEN-Honor Society, Flag
Corps, Cheerblock, Spanish Club, Science
Club, German Club.
JEFFREY O. MEUNIER-"N" Club, golf.
BRADLEY JOE MICHEL-Honor Society,
Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, JCL, Physics
LISA MITCHELL-DECA, Concert Choir, girls'
JANE ELLEN MIXELL-Spanish Club.
GARY ROBERT MONG-Honor Society,
JOHN FREDERICK MOORE-Student
Organization Council, Publications, Science
Club, Camera Club.
JOHN C. MORT
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KATHERINE ANN NEWTON-Honor Society,
Senior Class Council, JCL, FHA, Cheerblock.
LOIS MARIE OUNAPU-Honor Society, JCL,
MONA LEE OXLEY-Titanettes.
DAVID MICHAEL PALUCH-Honor Society,
JCL, basketball statistician.
ROXANNE PARKER-Spanish Club,
Cheerblock, JA, OEA.
STACY LYNNE PAUL-Honor Society, Senior
Class Council, Flag Corps, Titanettes, Science
Club, FHA, gymnastics, softball,
LESA M. PEARSON
FLOYD D. PENROD
SUSAN JILL PERRY-Honor Society, Junior
and Senior Class Councils, Art Club, Drama
Club, Hoosier Girls' State Delegate.
KEITH G. PETERSON-Honor Society,
Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Class
Councils, senior class vice-president, Student
Organizational Council vice-president, "N"
Club, French Club, Art Club, swim team.
WILLIAM AVERY PETTY-Honor Society,
Senior Class Council, Student Organizational
Council, Band, Latin Club, French Club,
Science Club, Debate, Thespians. W
BETH ANNE PRIEST-Honor Society, Senior
Class Council, Swing Choir, French Club.
HOWARD LES PRIVETT
Dressing for the occasion, Michael Duerson
exhibits his skill at speech-making in Mr.
Howard Bunch's senior English class.
Seniors Joni Ewing and Eric Eckelman use a
well-developed technique of munching on
popcorn during lunch.
SHARON L. RECU- Concert Choir, DECA,
Sophomore Class Council.
DORANN REMBARGER ,
AMY CLAIRE RENNER- Band, JCL, Science
Club, Honor Society.
BARBARA ELLEN ROOSE- Glee Club
Concert Choir, track.
TERESA MARIE RUEMLER- Spanish Club
Student Organization Council, swimming
BETH M. SCHMOELLER- Northern Lights
Swing Choir, newspaper managing editor'
yearbook album editor, debate, swimming
basketball, tennis, Senior Class Council.
JAMES M. SCHROEDER
JOAN ABBY SCHWARTZ- JCL, French Club,
Art Club, Photography Club, debate
DENNIS K. SEBRING
STEPHEN L. SELLERS- Yearbook staff.
KATHLEEN G. SHARP
BRUCE JAMES SHEPARD- Band, tennis, in-
TIMOTHY L. SHIELDS
TERRI LYNN SHOWALTER- Cheerblock
Home Ec. Club.
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Jay Jackson dressed as the ghost of Christ-
Titcin Pride Sparks Final Yecir
Beth Priest and Keith Peterson discuss the
sectional tourney while promoting Honor
STEVE SMEKENS- Honor Society, Spanish
JEANNE CAROL SMITH- Glee Club, Northern
DAVID WITTE SNYDER- Physics Club, Math
Club, JCL, football, track, Art Club, Student
Organization Council, Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior and Senior Class Councils.
JUDY KAY SPARLING- Titanettes, Band,
Honor Society, Home Ec. Club, Sophomore,
Junior and Senior Class Councils.
LINDSAY SCOTT STELZER- JCL, German
CATHY JO STEWART- Titanettes, Flag Corp,
Art Club, DECA, Glee Club, Junior Class
DENISE ANN STIFFLER- Honor Society,
THOMAS LEONARD STOUT- Freshman and
Sophomore Class Councils, football, basket-
COLEEN D. STUMBORG
CAROL SUE- Band, Honor Society, Math
Club, French Club, Cheerblock.
GREGORY EDWARD SUTTON- Spanish Club,
JULIA D. TERHUNE- Flag Corp, Titanettes,
French Club, Science Club, Math Club, Honor
Society, Physics Club, Junior Class Council.
LURANA THAMES- Spanish Club, HERO,
MEREDITH WYNNE TOMLINSON- Art Club,
Glee Club, Northern Lights, Junior Class
Council, Prom Queen 1976.
CINDY TRAPP- HERO, DECA.
Senioritis Sets In Quickly
NANCY JEAN TRAUB- Honor Society, French
Club, Glee Club, Northern Lights, Swing
Choir, Junior and Senior Class Councils, Stu-
dent Organization Council.
JANET TRUE- Honor Society, French Club,
Art Club, Senior Class Council.
DALE C. TSCHUOR- Senior Class Council,
football, intramural basketball.
GALE TSCHUOR- Cross-country.
LAURA JANE TUCCO- Honor Society,
Spanish Club, Student Organization Council,
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior
Class Councils, tennis, golf.
MARY ANN TUNNEY
THOMAS RICHARD VOGEL- Honor Society,
Math Club, French Club.
WILLIAM J. WADE- Honor Society, Senior
Class Council, Chess Club, golf, cross-
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SUSAN E. WARE
DEBORAH J. WARREN- Debate, Concert
STEPHEN C. WATKINS- German Club, swim-
Jeff Cheesman's smile, much to the dismay of
his teachers, is due to thinking of Florida and
the end of school.
Trying hard to concentrate on his reading,
Cheesman takes a closer look at the pages he
has just read.
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KELLY LEE ZAHNOW- Art Club, Cheerblock.
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CURTIS WAYNE WATSON- German Club,
UN" Club, football, basketball, wrestling, track
and baseball trainer.
SALLY JANE WATSON- Glee Club.
BETH ANN WENZ- Glee Club, Concert Choir,
Cheerblock, Flag Corp, Spanish Club, Home
BRIAN WHITEHEAD- Art Club.
JOSEPH A. WILLIAMS- Honor Society, "N"
Club, FCA, football, baseball, intramural
STEVEN E. WILLIAMS- Basketball.
BRENDA WILSON- Honor Society HN" Club,
Glee Club, track, softball, basketball,
LINDA WILSON- Honor Society, Glee Club,
"N" Club, COE, track, volleyball, softball,
RONALD DEE WILSON- Honor Society,
Concert Choir, Swing Choir, Science Club,
Physics Club president, Nlath Club president,
Spanish Club president, Senior Class Council,
Student Organization Council president,
freshman class vice-president, sophomore
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Raising the money for the prom
was the order of business at the
beginning of the year. The class sold
derbies, "Northside spirit"
megaphones, and Titan stocking
The juniors added an exciting and
comical twist to basketball with a
donkey basketball game. Girls and
guys challenged the faculty, with the
juniors coming out on top.
Besides introducing a new twist in
basketball, the juniors also had a
new type of dance. lt was entitled the
"TWlRP". Tony Ashley was elected
"King Twirp" and reigned for the en-
The class was led by three time
president Stan Buck and an ex-
perienced cabinet. Tom Moran serv-
ed as vice-president and Kelly Davey
served her third year as secretary.
Kip Rupprecht was elected
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Stewart Hults runs the scoreboard.
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Sophomore Spirit Sporks Closs
With two busy years behind them
and two ahead, the class of '79's
main concern was fund raising. They
started the year with the dance
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Paul Mendenhall. The class sold
Christmas carnations and par-
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The class shared many talents in a
variety of areas. Musically, Bob
Osborne and Mike Waters portrayed
"Professor Higgins" and "Colonel
Pickering" in the production of "My
Fair Lady". ln sports, Dave Duerson
quarterbacked the varsity football
team, and started at guard in varsity
The class officers for the year
were Matt Millikan, president: Lisa
Greenwood, vice-presidentg Lisa
Marsh, secretaryg and Barb Brand,
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New Titoins Explore the Unexplorecl
The class of '80 entered NHS with
high hopes for a productive year, but
due to the gas shortage, snow, and
extremely cold weather, many plans
could not be carried out. An activity
night, dance, car wash, and bake
sale were to take place during the
second semester, however.
The freshman class, headed by
president Tim Courtney: vice-
president Kirby Barnes: secretary
Denise Larimoreg and treasurer Kelly
Sparenburg, tied with the seniors in
an effort to win the spirit mug at a
pep session. Class members Tim
Courtney, Andy Tharp, and Alice
Darter qualified for the state swim
meets, and Alice brought home the
championship in the 100 yard
"Whew, it's over," says freshman class presi-
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Entertaining fellow freshmen with the kazoo is
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The devotion of many hours and
the capability of many hands were
essential to the completion of the
NORTH STAR. So, too, was the
financial support vital.
While enriching the lives of com-
munity members, various merchants
have also decided to take a par-
ticular interest in the lives of the
students and personnel at Northside.
Supporting the numerous ac-
tivities sponsored through NHS,
merchants have made their
presence known and felt by con-
tributing to the broadening of our
The following pages of adver-
tisements and sponsorships, along
with yearbook sales, have made the
1977 NORTH STAR possible and
have enabled the staff to explore the
to the Sensor Class
Mr. Joe Ashcraft and a customer admire one of the many flne
, , diamonds offered at AS LERS, 309 South Walnut
S H I PPY'S
409 N Martm 289 3338
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Mr. Jeff Shrieves and Manager Mr. Adiel Hofherr display some ' -
of the instruments they sell a ' UNCIE M '
CENTER, 207 West Jackson.
Tom Connors likes the slacks Bill Osborne likes the
shirts. Everybody likes the men s wear at BEALL S in
the Northwest Plaza.
Charley the Frog welcomes shoppers at CERAMIC
TILE AND CARPET. Charley Marley is on top in this
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U nroersal Electric
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Walnut and 10th Westinghouse Electric Corporation
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Across the continent Gallery Gets Results'
CHERYL KEEVER 282 6I30 LEE COTTON 284 6964
PAM LYKINS 774 4724 MARILYN SCHMIDT 288 0362
TIM BECHTEL 282 922I
KEN KENDALL 289 57I5 SAM HARRIS 282 0756
CHUCK MOULTON 468 6l26
TOM BENNINGTON 759 8740 LEE MAXWELL 284 7950
- - SHIRLEY RENO 288-2328
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Ball. . .an Indiana based Industrial galax
Nearly a centurv avo. five young
Ball brothers established a glass con-
tainer factory in Nluncie. lndiana.
The embossed Ball script on home
the most widely-known trademarks
in the nation.
From its Muncie base. Ball has
expanded geographically to the far
reaches of the Globe. It now provides
a wide variety of diversified products
and services. Items as basic as baby
food containers: as scientific as
satellites- as timely as petroleum
engineering. In 1975. domestic sales
reached 33365 million.
The company employ s a work
force of 8,000 dedicated people at
23 U.S. plants and three foreign
locations. Operations are organized
in five basic product groups:
Glass Container Group Technical Products Group
fommcrcial food containers
Home canning supplies
Freezer bags and boxes
Plastic food containers
Phonograph record preservative
Metal Container Group
Beer and soft drink cans for
prominent beverage customers
Industrial Products Group
Dry cell battery cans
Nletal service center
Specialized zinc alloys
Injection-molded decorative plastics
Extrude and rotational-cast plastic
letal coating and lithography
Photoengraving plates and chemicals
' Nlolded and extruded rubber
Science an aerospace instruments
l ubricants and coatings
Petroleum Engineering St
Distributor supplies and equipment
345 South High Street
Muncie Indiana 47302
A copy of the Ball Ann al Report can be
obtained by writing to the Public Relations
Depa t ent.
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Donna Bowlin feels well protected at the JIM BOWLIN AGENCY
where her father stands behind her at 600 South Tillotson Ave
SERVING THE FINANCIAL
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
110 EAST MAIN STREET MUNCIE
CENTRAL BANK AND TRUST
4910 KILGORE AVENUE MUNCIE
117 EAST ADAMS STREET MUNCIE
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
200 EAST JACKSON STREET MUNCIE
MUNCIE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
120 WEST CHARLES STREET MUNCIE
MUTUAL HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS 61 LOAN ASSOCIATION
110 EAST CHARLES STREET MUNCIE
INDUSTRIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
Keith Peterson finds that RETZ SPORTING GOODS has all he
might ever want in sporting equipment at 407 South Walnut.
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DICK LOREY FORD
DON NULL AMC-JEEP
GENERAL G.M.C. TRUCK SALES
MERLE LINDSEY CHEVROLET
PAUL ABEL BUICK-OPEL
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Happy Memories KURFEES PAINTS
A Q RENTAL EUUIPMENT
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3601 Kilgore Muncie IN 1614 N. WALNUT ST. MUNCIE, IND.
288-7521 PHONE 284-8822
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AlfVEl'fllS'lfIg Graphfmin and PH Consultants
Armon Cherry Ph 289 264 AND ASSQC'ATE5'NC
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Sewing Muncie lndustry and Contractors
DURA CRETE PRODUCTS, C IUIIDEIS CONCRETE, INC MUNCIE STONE CORP
Ready Mixed Concrete Crushed Stone for All Purposes
o Concrete Blocks and Shapes Engineering and processing experi- Driveways e Agricultural Limestone
o Lightweight Blocks o Lintels ence for any type of concrete mixes. Q Pulverized Limestone
o Patio Stones o Parking Bumpers Modern radio-equipped trucks. We Deliver Anywhere from 3
o Splash Blocks Open 7 a.m. Locations
P.O. Box 530 B172 284-1401 P.O. Box 444 0171284-7763 P.O. Box 530 f3171 284-7797
MUNCIE INDIANA l.P. lsenbarger President
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Julie Gilmore and her falher Herb Seem pleased with the THE BOOK END 311 SO. Walnut Plaza offersafull line of hard-
protection offered by his STATE FARM INSURANCE agency backs paperbacks Childrens b00kS and Complete SDOCial
2720 West Jackson Street. Order Sel'ViCe CPNOUS 288-11229
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Both Resldentnal and
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,WA SHO 5 W J 125 ll College Avenue In lluncle
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CALL THE MUNCIE AREA'S
BEST WISHES T0
THE 1971 GRADUATING CLASS
THE CANAN CO
Multiple Llstlng Realtors Canan SOLD Signs are Everywhere'
4900 Wheeling at Rlggln 282 3333
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Karen Shroyer and father William will take you to the cleaners.
SUPERIOR Cleaners 1505 Sampson and 824 W. Willard
If its been invented it can be rented at H 81 W RENTAL 8t
Or welcome you there, and clean your clothes at VOGUE and at SALES, 1020 Broadvviayy Muncie, acmssvfrom Mccullough park-
Jill Catron is one of many Northside students enjoying the con-
venience service and selection at OWL COUNTRY VILLAGE
Titan supporters are all around town and many don tseem at all
shy as witnessed by this takeover of a popular South Muncie
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mes O Day Tom Vogel and Rob Foster are proud to be Northside employees of Kirby Wood Lumber, which offer
omplete Ime of bulldlng and decoratlng products, plus True Value Hardware, from two Muncie locations On The
Point and Panel Center
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KAIEIDOSCOPE 8. BUIE SKIES
And flue clothes Well
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IN D linda Hathcock strikes a familiar pose in this photo frame at
VILLAGE BOWL, 4805 Wheeling Av popular recreation spot.
SPERRY REMINCTON OLYMPIA
SMITH CORONA ROYAL
ACROSS FROM CITY HALL
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THE JEWEL SHOPPE 117W tCh I St l
288 7262 or 288 0151
OUR THANKS T0
Arnold Palmer Mrnrature 6olf
Burger King Restaurants
.frm Stewart florists
Jolrnson s RCA Wlrrrpool
Peoples Pnoto Center 6 Stadro
Rodney W dualkrnbusn
Dr Warren I .S'clraller
Dr and Mrs Donald 5' .Ynondell
Dr Mrlton M Underlcoffler
FDR SUPPCRTING THE
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. llockerna
Abbott, Steve C115 148
Abram, Shonda C105 131, 158
Acker, Michael C105 128,158
Adams, Brian C95 75, 168, 205
Adams, David C105 60, 61, 158, 201
Adams. Dawn C111
Adams, Jim C95 61, '78,160,1'74, 201
Adams, John C125 198
Adams, Stephanie C115 148
Addison, Gary CF5 14, 52
Adrian, Brad C115 34, 129, 130, 148, 201
Barnes, Pat CF5 107
Barnnart, Bill C121 129, 130, 134, 195, 201
Barnhart, Leslie C91 za, 94, 130, 166, 195
Bradley, Brian C125 134
Bradley, Gail C105 195
Bradshaw, Jill C115 127, 149, 199, 201
Bradshaw, Richard C105 201, 205
Adrian, Dwayne C125 86, 129, 133, 199,201,202
Ahlersmeyer, Steven C115 58, 86, 148, 202, 203, 204
Albright, Margaret C125 129, 133, 201
Albright, Timothy C95 129, 168, 200
Baron, Dennis CF5 51, 58, 61, 77, 78
Bai-tele, Melissa C101 156, 204,
Barton, Darwin C101 156
Barton, Paulette C95 168
Barton, Robert C91 168,202
Barton, Tandre C115 148
Batt, Daniel C91 166
Batt, Kathy C111 146
Batt, Mark C91 168,195
Baur, Molly C121 196
Bays, Greg C101 61, 68, 71, 74,
Bering, Robert C95 120
Beck, Catherine C121 129, 134, 201, 203, 204, 205
Beck, Lynne C91 93, 95, 99, 102, 166, 199, 204
Beckley, Molly C115 148,196
Beebe, Diana C115 99, 146, 149, 202
Beekman, Karen C101 96, 99, 102, 129, 156, 200
Beeman, Anthony C95 168,195
Brand, Barb C105 7, 20, 164
Branham, Troy C95
Brannon, Jeff C105
Branson, Ronald C125 20,
Bright, Carol C125 134
Broadstreet, Tanya C105
, Brenda C105
, Kim C105 159, 204
Broyles, Tim C105 82, 13
Madeliene C95 169
126, 129, 134
Vicky C121 134,201
0', 159, 205
Aldridge, Connie C105 158,198
Alexander, Jeff C1-'5 78, 86, 88, 125
Alexander, Jeff C95 82, 168, 201
Alexander, Karla C125 6, 133, 199, 201
Alexander, Kent C105 80,158
Alexander, Ramon CF5 108, 203
Allardt, Brian C115 80, 82, 148
Allardt, Lynn C95 96,168
Allen, Kimberly C115 148
Allen, Stephen C125 86, 91, 133
Allen, Tracy C95 86, 88, 163
Allred, Carrie C95 168
Allred, Steve C125 133
Amlin, Laura C105 7, 96, 158, 204
Anacker, Betsy C115 131, 148
Bell, Connie C125
Bel1,.1e1tn C91 168,205
Bell, Jenn C91 166, 205
Bell, Maurice C105
Bell, Tony C91 61,
Bender, Brian C105
Benken, Vicki C115 149
Benson, Rick C105 201
my C91 169
ani C121 134,202
ete C121 154
Bering, Robert C95 120
1-lande C111 102,149
Jean C101 103,196
Mike C91 l16,169, 174,
58, 74, 83, 129, 130,158
'76, '77, 60, 169
62, 167, 196, 207
Anderson, Cindy C95
Anderson, Jeff C115 61,148
Anderson, Joseph C115 86, 91, 148
Anderson, Mary C115 131, 148
,Robert C91 61,168
Karen C111 146
Lori C91 166
Bonita CF1 122
Randy C95 168
Wanda C121 133
Arduini, Allen C105 158
Armstrong, Joanne C125 101, 133
Armstrong, Teresa C95 168
Arrington, Pamela C125 133
Sharon C105 96,
130, 129, 130,158,204
nanny, Kathryn C115 146, 195, 201
Ashby, Marvin C91 61,168
Ashley, Tony C115 21, 56, 146, 149, 202
Berry, Marilyn CF5 107,197
Bertram, Cynthia C95 169
Bickel, Tracy C95 61, 169
Bird, Jeff C121 40, 56, 59, 133, 134, 199, 201
Bird, Kim C91 93, 95, 99, 10Z,1
Birkel, Jett C91 76, 66, 130
Black, Martha C1-'1 120
Blaeknien, Betsy C121 aa, 134, 195, 196, 199
Blair, Ronald C125
Blakely, John C105 195,196
Blakely, Vernon C115 149
Bloom, Jane C91 129, 130, 169, 200
Bolton, Joyce C105
Benge, Mike C91 65, 76, 169
Bonner, Kenny C95 169
Beener, Ruth Ann C91 169
Beekeut, Gretchen C121 134,198
Bookout, Stephanie C105 165
Borson,Gary C95 169
Boss, Marlin C115 149
Bowlin, Donna C115 127, 149, 199, 201, 204, 205, 207
Bowman, Betty CS5 50
Bracken, Annie C105 103, 199, 204
Bradburn, Lynn C125 134, 205
Bradley, Barbara C95 99, 169
Badgley, Barbara C125 97,133
Badgley, Lucy C95 168, 201
Bailey, Bruce C125 133
Bailey, Kimberly C105 158,199
Bainter, Julie C95 116, 168, 199, 204
Baker, Laura C125 133
Baldwin, Kenya C95 168, 201, 204
Bantz, Helen CF5 51
Barber, Christie C95 168, 200
Barker, Bradley C95 61,168
Barker, Jean C115 148
Barker,Jel1 C125 133
Barlow, John C95 61, 75, 168
Barnard, Joyce C115 148
Barnes, Dave C115 90, 148, 196
Barnes, Kirby C95 168, 169, 198, 205
Maintenance Helpers: Kent Wasson, Flick Berg
Brubaker, Ben C105 65, 86, 159
Brumbaugh, Beth C125 199, 201, 203, 204, 205
Brumley, Betty C105 159
Brumley, Buford C95 120,169
Brumley, Rosa C105 159
Brunette, Greg C115 58,149
Bryant, Phillip C115 149
Bryant, Tywanda C95 169
Buchanan, Jim C125 58, 59, 76, 77
Buchanan, Tamara C105 102, 059, 197
Buchanan, Victoria C125
Buck, Debbie C95 129,160
Buck, Stan C115 15, 35, 64, 83, 84, 126, 149, 152, 200,
Buckley, Steve C115 149
Buennagel, Dean C105 159
Buennagel, John C125
Buennagel, Nancy C105 96, 128, 159, 199
Bunch, Howard CF5 80,122
Burdorf, Beth C105 159, 163, 196, 204
Burke, Sonny CP5 38
Burns, Katrina C95 169
Burnum, David C115
Burris, Melody C105 23, 47, 93, 95, 99, 159, 197, 202
Bustos, Fred C115 149
Bustos, Joe C105
Bustos, Richard C95 169
Butterfield, George C105 80, 159, 161
Buzzard, Brenda C105 159
Buzzard, Teresa C125 135
Byers, Rick C95 169
Cacavas, Diane C115 149,198
Callahan, Nancy CF5 107
Calvin, Patty C115 149
Campbell, Anita C121 130
Campbell, Greg C105, 61, 78, 159
Campbell, Jef! C115 58, 149
Campbell, Starr C115
Campos, Celeste C115 126, 129, 149, 199, 201
ART CLUB SEATED: K. Ashby, T. Beeman, J.
Gilmore, B. Blackmon, A. Whitehead. ROW
ONE: Mrs. Ann Johnson, L. Showalter, J,
Blakely, A. Daly, L. Barnhart, L. Greenwood,
K. Gluschenko, E. Chico. ROW TWO: B.
Raines, J. O'Day, D. Jackson, B. Whitehead,
Canan,K1mber1y 1123 200
Cannon, Bruce 1113 149
Cannon, Bryan 1123 135
Carlon, William 1123 135
Carmack, Mike 1103 159
Carmack, Susan 193 128,169
Carmichael, Robert 1F3 50, 99
Carr, Chris 1113 61, va, 149, 199, zoo, 202, 204
Carter, Kim 1103
Casada,Twy1a 193 169
Cassidy, Danny 1113 149,169
Cassidy, Kim 193
Catron,Ji1l 193 169
Caudill, Debora 1113 149, 198
Caudill, Pamela 193 169
Cavanaugh, Steve 1113
Cecil, Darlene 1123 11, 130, 131, 135, 197, 201
Cecil, Tyrone 1103 63, 159
Chambers, Darrell, 193 169
Chapman, Janet 1113 149
Chapman, Kyle 1103
Chapman, Steve 193 169
Cheek, Stanley 1113 149
cheesman, Jeff 1123 as, 5s, as, 146, 147, 201, 202
Cherry, Jacqueline 1123 135, 201, 204, 205,207
Chesnut, Linda 1113 149
AUDIO VISUAL ROW ONE: G. Bradley, J.
Mills, J. Hancock. ROW TWO: M. Batt, M.
Johnson, P. Kelly. ROW THREE: R. Wyatt, A.
Renbarger, M. McGee, J. Wagner, R.
Winchester, S. Mitchell. ROW FOUR: C.
Reiohard, J. Sparling. ROW FIVE: B. Ren-
Chesnut, Nancy 193 130, 169, 201
cnesnuc, Mike 1103 61,159
Chico, Emily 1103 96, 112, 12'1, 159, 195
Choate, Donna 1113 198, 199, 203
Clark, Claudia 1F3 80, 96, 103
Clark, David 1103 129, 159, 160
Clark, Paul 1103 159
Clark, Ray 1123 vs, '17, as, 135, 202
C1ark,Tim 193 169
Clark, Vicki 1113 127, 128, 149
C1arke,Brian 1123 135
Claspell, Charlie 1103 65, as, 126, 159
claspeii, Feiecia 1113 93, 95, 99, 101, 102
Claspell, Regina 193 93, 94, 169
Clayton, Stacy 193 93, 103, 169
Clemons, Vickie 1103 159
Clevenger, Cris 1103 1, 83, 159
C1evenger,Gary 1123 135
Clevenger, Lori 193 169
C1idence,Richard 1F3 122
Cline, Libby 193 169
Cline, Lowell 1173 108
Coats, Idola 1F3 51
C rs, Cindy 1113 149, 202
C leman, Neal 1103 77, 159, 197
C leman, Tina 1123 135
C llier, Lisa 1113
C llings, Joann 193 169
C 11inS. Jerrv 1113 13.149
C llins, Jim 193 '75, 85, 169, 170
C mbs, Gary 193 170
C mbs, Sandra 1123 135
Compton, Bill 1123 135, 200, 201
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Compton, Julie C103 159, zoo
Compton, Mike C113 ao, 113, 149, 200
Conley, Dinita C93 131,170
conn, Phyllis C113 126, 129, 149, 150, 201
Conners, Nancy C113 127,199
Conners, Tom C93 61, 75, 88, 181
Conway, Chris 493 48, 79, 170
Cooper, Beverly C123 135
Cooper, Gerrie C113 36
Courtney, Colleen C113 149
Courtney, Kris C123
Courtney, Linda C93 170, 205
Courtney, Patrick C103 159, 199,
Courtney, Tim C93 80, 168, 200
Cousineau, Robert C123
Coutch, Barbara C103
Coutch, Joni C103
Cox, Jacqueline CF3 120,198
Cox, Kay C93 93, 131, 170
Crabtree, Deloris C93 118, 170, 198
Crabtree, Elizabeth C123 135
Crago, Janis C113 149,151
craig, Kelly C103 159
Cramer, Marianne C123 135
Crisp, Sherry C103 159
Criswe11,James C103 149
Crockett, James C93 61, 170
Crockett, Karen C113 149
Crouch, Linda C113 149
Crouch, Pam C93 170
Crouch, Steve C113 149
Crow,Gera1d C113 150
Crowe, 'rom Cry 51, sa, ss, 114
Crump, Ron C113 67, 86, 150
Cummings, Bert C93 75, 170
CAFETERIA WORKERS ROW ONE: Helen
Freylag, Oria Patterson, Maella Mitchell, Jane
Hines, Pat Wagner, Joyce Gray, Sue Niles.
ROW TWO: Jeannie Barrick, Pat McCaffrey,
Madie Roach, Annave McDonald, Barbara
Mills, Virgie Settles, Shirley Deardorff, llean
CAFETERIA HELP: L. Miller, M. Beckley.
Diebold, Dave C93 65, aa, 170, 197, 205
Disher, Christy C113 150, 204
Disher, John C103 160
Dobbs, Brad C93 75, as, 170
Doggett, Rickie C103
Donati,Jack CSB3 54
Donati, Todd C123 136
Donovan,Tami C103 160
Dorman, William C93 170
Daly, Tim C103 3, 90, 159, 201, 205
Daniel, John C123 136
Daniel, Kathleen C103 159
Danner, Darlene C113 127, 150, 201
Darter, Aiice C93 95, 97, 170, 171, 172
Darter, Nancy C123 96, 136, 198
Davenport, Dale C103
Davey, Kelly C113 150, 157, 200, 201, 20
Davey, Suzie C93 99, 170, 204
Davidson,James CF3 51
Davis, Becky C103 159
Davis, Bryan C103 83
Davis, Jenny C113 117, 150, 198, 200
Davis, Michael C103 159
Davis, Suzanne C93 170
. Tim C103 159
Douglas, Marvin C93 170
Douglass, Crystal C103 94, 102, 1
Dowel1,Steve C123 135
Downing, Brent C123 136
Dragoo, Krista C113 131,150
Drayer, Margie C113 150
Drayer, Roberta C93 170
Driscoll, Cindy C113 136
Drisco1l,Teresa C93 170
Duboc, Sam C93 82, 170, 205
Cummings, Catherine C123 129, 130, 136, 201
Clmnington, Debra C103 159
Cunnington, Steve C113 150
Curtis, Janet C93 170,199
Cushenberry, Erma C113 99, 102, 128, 150
Dahlstrom, Beth C93 170,201
Dailey, Thomas C113 150
Dalton, David C93 170,203
Dalton, Peggy C113 198
Daly, Ann C103 a, 159, 195, zoo, 205
CAMERA CLUB ROW ONE: M. Mackey, J.
Gilmore, D. Barnes, M. Baur, B. Bender. ROW
TWO: Mr. Phil Hallenbeck, J. Berner, B. Bur-
dorf, J. Golloff, L. Kreitzman, J. Blakely, J.
Moore, B. Vogel, J. Marsh, B. Blackmon, N.
Deal, William CF3 129, 130, 131
Dean, Mike C103 iso
DeBoer, Carolyn C113 148, 150, 199
Decker, Steve C103 160
Deik, Rex C93 170
DeLong, Julie C123
Denham, Rod C103 so, 51, 70, se, 160
Dennison, Caroline C93 170
DePil1o, David C103 160,197
Dew, Gerald C113 58
Dewitt, Cindy C113 93, 102, 150, 199, 202
Dewitt, Mark C113 150
Dickerson, Carol CS3 53
Dickerson, Mike C123 sa, 136, 199, 202
Dickerson, Myron CF3 68, 114, 199
Duerson, David C103 58, 68, '71, 83, 130, 160, 199, 202
Duerson, Mike C123 68, 72, 136, 143, 201
Dulworth, Delmer C93 170
Duncan, James C113 150
Duncan, Johnny C103
Duncan, Teresa C103 160
Dunn, Brian C123 136
Dunsmore, Connie C103 160
Dwenger, Thomas C123
Eavey, Will C123 136
Eckeiman, Eric C123 sa, 69, 71, 72, 136, 143, 199, 201,
Edds, Debbie C113 109, 150, zoo
Eddy, Chris C93 82, 170, 201
Edwards, Danita C103 160
Edwards, Steve CF3 65, 86, 88, 114, 199
Eiler, Joan C103 160
Eldridge, William 193 171
Elliott, Jill 1103 160
Elliott, 'rari 1123 136
Ellis, Jan 1F3 124
Ellis, Jeff 1123
Emmons, Margaret 1113 102, 150
Emmons, Mike 1113 150
Engelmann, Brian 193 61, 78, 117, 171, 200
Engelmann, Colleen 1113 127, 150, 200, 201
Ernst, Kristi 1113 150,201
Ervin, curus 1F3 63, sa, 71, 121
Evans, Cheryle 1103 131,160
Ewing, Joni 1123 10, 93, 95, 102, 134, 136, 143
Fairchild, Mike 193 171
Fairchild, Troy 1103
Farrel, Mary 1123 125,136
Faulkner, Carol 1113 126, 205
Faulkner, Doris 1F3 10, 15, 126, 127, 175
Field, Lisa 193 130,171
Fields, Clarise 1F3 102,125
Fields, Don 1F3 58, 61, 83,125
Fike, Stuart 1103 74, 117, 160, 200
Findling, Mary 1F3 116, 117, 200
Fischer, Kristal 1123 126, 127, 137, 201
Fiscus, Tony 1113 150
Fitzgerald, Bill 1123
Fitzgerald, Scott 1113 150
Fitzgerald, Wiley 193 171
Floyd, Joan 1123
Floyd, Paula 1113 150
Flye, Paul 193 171
Flye, Sandra 1123 137
Ford, Kent 1123 58, 137, 199, 202
Ford, Kevin 1113 58, 83, 91, 150, 199, 202, 204, 206
Fortier, Kim 1103 160
Foster, Chris 193 171, 197, 201, 203
Foster, Robert 1113 90, 150, 191, 201, 203, 205
Fouch, Celest 1113 127, 150, 204
Fox, Greg 193 61,171
CBB F1OW ONE: D. Cecil, B. Jennings, A. Wat-
son. ROW TWO: F. Claspell, S. Pollock, V.
Johnson, M. Burris, M. Fuchs, Miss Lydia
Stillwell, Mrs. Marilyn Berry, J. Marsh, T.
Franklin, Vickie 1123 120,137
Frazier, James 1103
French, Anthony 1103 160
Frizzel, Julie 1103 127, 160
Fuchs, Mary Ann 1113 131, 150, 197, 201
Fuchs, Nancy 1123 131, 135, 137, 196,199, 201,205
Gadziola, Elaine 1123 20,137
Gallaher, Carrie 193 171
Gal1ion,Anita 1113 151
Ga111on,Sam 193 171
Garrett, Beth 1123 18, 137
Garrett, Carol 193 171
Garrett, Jeffrey 1123 137
Garrett, Robert 1103 160
Gast, Cathleen 193 171, 204
Gee, Katherine 1113 151,198
Gee, Lockhart 1123 77,137
Gegenheimer, Shelley 1103 94, 102, 160, 161
Gentry, Lorri 193 171
Gentry, Teresa 1123 137,198
Getchell, Kathy 1123 137
Gibson, Ann 1113 1'7, 98, 151, 201, 205
Gilchrist, Lori 1103 13, 99, 130, 160
Gilchrist, Randy 1123 138
Gill, Darrin 193 85,171
Gilmore, Julie 1113 151, 195, 196
Gluschenko, Karen 193 128, 171, 200
Gluschenko, Kim 1103 23, 93, 160, 161, 195, 200, 205
Goloff, Jack 1123 138, 196, 200
Goloff, Michelle 193 171
Goodall, Hurley 1SB3 54
Goodpaster,John 1103 160
Goodpaster, Matt 1113 151
Goodrich, John 1P3 38
Gouveia, Shelley 1113 3, 99, 151, 201
Grader, Amy 1103 160, 201, 205
Graves, George 1113 128,151
Graves,Gordon 193 171
Grayson, Cleveland 1103
Green, Tamara 1103 128,160
Green, Tim 1123 58, 86, 130, 138
Greene, Judith 193 131,171
Greene, Sally 1123 138
Greene, Susan 1123 131,138
Greenwood, Lisa 1103 127, 130, 160, 164, 195, 197, 205
Greer, Brian 193 171
Greer, Marlon 1113 36,151
Greer, Tamara 1103 160
Gregory,Alvin 1113 151
Griffey, Jerry 1F3 90, 98, 109
Griffin, Darlene 1123 128,138
Griffin, Marlene 1123 138, 200
Griffen, Tony 1113 58, 59
Grile, Janice 193 128, 171, 177, 200
Grooms, Diane 1103 160
Grooms, Mark 1113 78, 130, 151
Gruber, Deborah 1123 138
Gruppe, Michael 1113 151
Guinn, David 1F3 40, 110, 201
Gurbach, Tom 1113 151
Gutermuth, Steve 1103 61, 110, 160
Haffner,James 193 171
Haffner, Wilbur 1113
Hahn, Judith 1F3 118,201
CHESS CLUB ROW ONE: B. Wade, W. Koss,
B. Peckham, A. Marsh. ROW TWO: J. Marsh,
G. Smedinghoff, D. Diebold, B. Shepard.
DEBATE ROW ONE: G. Peckham, K. Sparen-
burg, L. Greenwood, J. Lewis, R. Voss. ROW
TWO: C. Reichard, B. McCormick, Fi.
McCu1Ium, D. DePiIIo, W. Petty, M. Young, N.
Coleman, P. Hall, S. Johnson, B. Osborne,
Mrs. Greta Young. ROW THREE: W. Louks, B.
Smith, B. Syring, K. Shook, C. Foster, S.
Townsend, B. Fiatchford, J. Lewis, J. Ftingoen.
Hahn, Sharon 491 171,201
Haisley, Michael 4121
Haley, John 4111 58,151
Harris, Bill 4F1 16,110
Harris, Douglas 4111 63, 83, 151, 203
Harrison, David 4121 138, 201, 204, 207
Hart, Kenna 4111 151
Harte, Nikki 491 93, 172
Hall, Joan 4101 127,160
Hall, Misty 4111
Hall, Patricia 4101 94, 124, 160, 197
Hall, Thomasine 4111 127,138
Hallenbeelr, Phil 4F1 113, 196
Hamilton, Aubrey 491 171
Hamilton, Cheryl 4121 198
Hamilton, Darci 491 171
Hami1ton,Joyce 4111 151
Hamilton, Kathleen 4101 160, 202
Hamilton, Sonja 4101
Hammerstein, Jack 4121 13, 27, 46, 50, 77, 138
Hamori, Paul 4101 63, 118, 160, 201
Hamori, V. Elaine 4121 103, 125, 138, 200, 201
Hampton, Margo 4111 151
Hampton, Mary 4101 160
Hampton, Ronnie 4121 138
Hancock, John 4111 151,195
Hancock, Kim 491 171
Hancock, Roy 491 171
Haney, Cleo 4F1 53,198
Haney, Kent 4121 138, 198
Polly 4111 93, 151, 202
Harden, Brenda 4111 151
Harden, Brian 491 171
Harden, Caroline 4121 138
Harker, Michael 4101 160
Harkness, Charlene 4101 160
Har1ess,.1o1in 491 171
Harmon, Daniel 491 172
Harmon, K. C. 4121
Harper, Ed 4101 iso
Harrell, Chad 491 172
Harter, Lynda 4101 128, 160
Hartley, Doug 4111 151
Hartley, Laurie 4101 13, 161, 204
Harty, Jef! 4111
Haskins, Connie 4111 151
Hathcock, DeLinda 491 172
Haughey, Ruston 4101 109, 161
Haus, Maxine 4S1 53
Hay, Jennifer 4121 131, 139
Hay, Tony 4101 23, 00, sl, 78, aa, lei
Hayes, James 491 61, 172
Hayes, Lisa 491 130, 172, 200
Hays, Mark 4101 61, 74, 161
Hazelbaker, Ann 4121
Hazzard, Erick 4101
Henak, Randy 4101 161
Hendricks, David 4111 58, '7'7, 151, 198
Hendricks, Lisa 4111 200
Henry, Deanna 4101 161
Henry, Julie 4121 139
Heston, 'rim 491 51, 75, 85, 172
Higdon, cliff 4101
Hidalgo, Arnold 4121 as, so
Hill, Eddie 4111
Hill, Leigh 4121 42, 122, 139,
Hill, Rick 4121 139
H111, Tim 491 61,75,85,172
Hilles, Jim 4101 sl, 161, 199
Hilles, Jody 4121 139,198
Hillman, Bobby 4101
Hinds, Margaret 491 94, 172
Hinds, Tim 491 75, 130, 172
Hinds, Tom 4101 39, sa, 71, 161
1, 203, 204, 205
DECA ROW ONE: J. Hillis, L. Mitchell, C. Stewart,
C. Hamilton, D. Hoover, E. Crabtree, G. Bookout,
G. Howard, Mrs. J. Cox, C. Trapp, M. Lane. ROW
TWO: V. Hunt, L. Privett, J. Adams, G. Mong.
PRE DECA ROW ONE: N. Darter, P. Dalton, S.
Scaife, D. White, D. Cacavas, D. Caudill, D.
Suiters, ROW TWO: K. Nelson, T. Gentry, T.
Fluemler, L. Klinge, D. Planck, S. Hoover, J. Lof-
ton, K. Gee, D. Suiters, J. Davis, Mrs. Jackie Cox,
P. Padgett, D. Choate. ROW THREE: K. Haney, S.
Mitchell, D. Hendricks.
Hines. Georze 4121 139
Hirseninger,c1nie1r 4101 82,161
Hitchcock, Terry 4F1 58, 61, 91, 115
Hite, Becky 4111 152,200
Hite, Charles 491 172
Hobbs, William 4101
Hoelrema, Jan 4121 135, 139, 204, 207
Hofherr,Wi1imienne 4Adm.1 55
Hoffman, Marc 491 75,172
Holder, Sylvia 4111 131
Holderman, Rebecca 4F1 107
Holding, Chris 4101 161
Holt, Mark 491 75, 35, 172
Holtzclaw, Lisa 4111 152
Hoover, Diane 4121 139,198
Hoover, Earl 4P1 38
Hoover, Sandy 4111 121,152, 199
Hosking, Gary 4121 139
Howard, Gincle 4121 139, 198
Howard, John 4121 139
Howard, Pam- 4121 93, 95, 99, 139
Howard, Wendy 4101
Howe, Cynthia 491 23,172
Howe, Jef! 4121 53, 59, 77, 139
Hoyt, Kathy 4121 33,139
Hoyt, Liz 491 172,200
Hu11man,John 41-'1 110
Hults, Stewart 4111 so, 91, 119, 129, 149, 151, 152, 201,
Humbert, Kenny 491 172
Hnmbertprim 4121 139
Humphrey, Ed 4101 aa, so, sl, ea, 71, 74, sa, 161, 200
Humphrey, Sarah 4P1 53
Hunt, Beverly 4S1 50
Hunt, Kimberly 4111 36,152
Hunt, viekie 4121 139,198
Hunter, Curtis 4121 140
Hunter, Jack 4121 140
Hurd, Brenda 4121 140
Hurd, Phyllis 4101 131, 161, 204
Hurst, Carla 4121 140
Huser, Kellie 4101 161
Hutcheson, Shara 491 172
DISPENSARY HELPERS: K. Barnes, S. Perry,
J. Smith, Mrs. Cleo Haney, C. Aldridge, S.
Iles, Bill C103 isi
nes, Fred C103 ss, 101, 202
Iles, Flora C103 161
1vy, Danny C93 130,172
Ivy, Ronnie C103 55, 74, as, 161
Jackson Jay C123 136, 140, 144
Jackson, Jan C103 23,161
Jackson, David C113 195
Jackson,Jeff C113 152
Jackson Phines C123 77,113
Jackson, Sarah C103
, Phil C123 s:1,6a, 72,
Janove, Leah C103 161
Jared, William C123 140
Jarvis, Todd C123 38, 140
Jay, James C93
Jennings, Beth C103 129, 130, 161,
Jennings, Carol C123 27, 140, 201
Johns,Susan C123 140
,Ann Cry 112,195
Johnson, Brad C123 140,141
Johnson, David C113 152, 200
Johnson Donna CS3 51
Johns0n,C-reta C123 140
Johnson, Jacqueline C93
Jniie C103 96,115,161
91, 107, 139, 140, 201
, Kent C113 aa, 84, 122, 152
Johnson, Melanie C103 93, 99, 161, 199, 202
Johnson, Mike C103 61, 161, 195
, Stacy C93 103, 117, 124, 172, 197, zoo
, Terry C113 152
, Victoria C113 128, 152, 197
Jones, Bob C123 140
Jones, Kathy C93 172
Jones, Kirsten C103 161
Jones, Rick C113 21
Jones, Steven C113 126, 152, 201
Jones, Todd C123 58,140
Jordan, Ethel C103 161
Jordan, Margaret C93 172
Jordan, Mark C113 58, 152, 199, 201
Joris, Charles CF3 121
Juday, Phillip C123 108, 140, 204
Juday, Stanton C93 34, 130, 172, 205
ill C113 152, 201, 205
Parn C113 148,152
Kaderly, Doug C113
Julee C103 93, 95, 103, 161
Constance C103 161
Patrick C93 130,195, 203
Kelly, Dorice C103 96, 127, 162, 205
Kelly, Douglas C113 61,152
,Patricia C93 172
, Doug C93 55, sa, 172, 173, 199,205
Karen C123 11, 131, 140, 201, 204, 205, 207
DRAMA ROW ONE: M. Morrison, K. Robertson,
D. Tretick, M. McGee, B. Petty, B. Whittenburg,
D. Choate, N. Buennagel, J. Snyder. ROW TWO:
J. Tripi, L. Knauss, N. Conners. ROW THREE: P.
Courtney, W. Knox, M. Waters, R. Voss, B.
McCormick, J. Schwartz, J. Lawry, V. Morris, J.
Curtis, V. Seagraves.
Kennedy, Elisabeth C103 128,162
Kennedy, Mary June C113 152
Kershner, Sandra C123 141
Kibler, Kathy C123 141, 200
Kibler, Matt C113 152
Kidd, Diana C93 172
Kimmel, Kevin C103
King, Cheryl C103 162
King, Kim C113 21, 68, '71
King, Neil C93
King, Tambra C123
Kirkwood, Rick C113 152
Klinge, Laura C123 141, 198
Knauss, Lisa C93 172, 199, 200
Knisley, David CF3 16,111
Knox, Wendell C103 116, 162, 199, 203
Koger, Kelly C123 141
Kollock, Dawn C103 162, 199
Koontz, Timothy C113 80, 90, 152
Koss, Brad C113 83,152
Koss, Greg C113 68, 152, 199, 200
Koss, William C93 61, 75, 172, 176, 197, 201
Kowalski, John C113 61, 83, 152
Kratz, Ken C123 41, 80, 82, 130, 137, 141, 142
Kreitzman, Linda C103 47, 163, 195
Krieg, Suzanne C123 141
Kunkle, Dallas CF3 65, 67, 75, 125
Kwiatkowski, Marea C103 162, 201
Lamoureux, Maryanne C93 110, 172
Lamoureux, Norman C123
Lampkin, Tondra C93 102,172
Lampkins, Chelia Rene C93 94, 95, 102, 172
Lampkins, Lucretia C103
Landreth, Cathy C113 152
Lane, Mary C123 141,198
Larimore, Denise C93 116, 128, 172, 176, 196
Lash, Daniel C103 162
Lawry, Joanne C103 103, 162, 199
Lawson, Tim C123 141
FCA ROW ONE: D. Naumcheff, C. DeWitt, J.
Oziemkowski. ROW TWO: M. Smith, D. New-
lon, J. Hilles, C. Carr, L. Marsh, K. Wilson, M.
Johnson, L. Beck, K. Ford. ROW THREE: Mr.
Myron Dickerson, K. Ford, D. Adrian, J. Bird,
C. Watson, E. Eckelman, M. Dickerson, J.
Williams, D. Duerson, B. Koss, Mr. Steve
FRENCH CLUB ROW ONE: C. Campos, C.
Deboer, T. Werckman, K. Terhune, D.
Kollock, L. Schneiter. ROW TWO: C. Walker,
J. Bainter, L. Pierce, J. Priest, B. Brumbaugh,
J. Terhune, C. Mullen, C. Sue, B. Priest, N.
Fuchs, M. Towell. ROW THREE: J. Walser, B.
Blackmon, K. Bailey, D. Bowlin, D. Lawver, B.
Petty, D. Larimore, T. Knox, Mrs. Sue Scott.
ROW FOUR: J. Williams, J. O'Day, H. Nial, D.
Kemezy, M. Jordon, J. Sannella, K. Peterson,
D. Sparzo, J. Bradshaw, N. Traub, K. Alex-
ander, A. Bracken, J. Curtis.
John Q93 78, 173, 196, 197, 205
Lawver, Darla Q93 116,172
Lawver, Deborah Q113 103, 129, 152, 199, 200
Layne, Derek Q93 120,172
Layne, Vincent Q93 172
Lee,Donnel1 Q93 172
Leek, Bryce Q103
Leflore, Barbara Q93 173
Leflore,Jacque1ine Q103 162
Lehman, Phillip Q93 162
Leicht, David Q113 152
Lemna,Owen QF3 50
Lennis, Vicki Q103 162
Leonard, Dan Q93
Leonard, William Q113 67, 86, 152, 173
Lewis, Jack QIO3 61, 162, 197
Lewis, Joyce Q93 173
Ligon, Mike QST3 130
Lindsey, Cindy Q93 102,173
Lindsey, Dorene Q113 152, 200, 202
Line, Jeff Q123
Lipscomb, Walt QIO3 152
Liston, Kevin Q103 162
Lofton, Julie Q113 121, 152, 198
Long, Debbie Q93 173
Long, Dennis Q113 153
Long, Kelvin Q103 60, 61, 162
Long, Steve Q113 153
Longworth, Carla Q93 173
Loukos,John QF3 112
Louks, Wayne Q93 52, 85, 173, 197
Love, Leisa Q103 124, 162
Lowe,Nancy Q103 162
Lucas, Steve Q113 46, 201
Lunsford, Cynthia Q113 127, 205
Lutz,Jenee Q113 153
Luzadder, Ann Q103 20, 162, 205
Lyon, Tami Q113 64, 126, 127, 153, 156, 201
Lyon, Tim Q93 61, 85, 111, 127, 173
Lyons, Shelli Q93 170, 173, 200
Lyons, Sherri Q113 153, 200
Lyons, Thelma QS3 53
Macxenzie, Allison 4103 96, 162, 200
Mackey, Michelle Q123 113, 141, 196
Mallers, Tony Q93 85, 173, 201
Mann, Michelle Q123 141
Manning, Susan Q123 127, 134, 141, 204
Marcus, Charles QF3 50
Marley, Charley 4103 as, 162, 174, 181, 205
GUIDANCE HELPERS ROW ONE: K.
Davey, H. True, B. Hite, M. Millikan, R.
Rosenburg, P. Rudo, L. Tucco.
HERO ROW ONE: K. Canan, D. Lindsey, V.
Mills, R. Blair, M. Griffin, C. Newsom. ROW
TWO: Miss L. Stillwell, K. Kibler, L. Hen-
dricks, J. Woodgett.
Andrew 4123 129, 141, 197, 201, zoa, 204,205
,Amar Q93 15,130,173
non 4113 15a
, Jennifer Q103 162, 197, 201
GERMAN CLUB ROW ONE: B. Rudolph, D.
Sullivan, M. Miller, C. Barber, D. Moss, S.
Lyons, L. Hoyt, S. Buck, T. Meighen, Miss
Mary Findling, G. Koss. ROW TWO: C.
Engelmann, S. Snyder, L. Hayes, R.
Rosenberg, J. Rollins, S. Johnson, S. Lyons,
J. Schaller, A. MacKenzie, J. Grile, S. Seitz, B.
Engelmann, E. Hamori, T. Courtney. ROW
THREE: D. Edds, G. Snyder, J. Wilson, C.
Rychak, I. Miller, L. Knauss, C. Nelson, M.
Simes, J. Wagner, D. Lawver, J. Bloom, J.
Compton, V. Smith, D. Johnson. ROW FOUR:
K. Smith, M. Underkoffler, A. Daly, C. Warner,
K.A. Gluschenko, C. Carr, J. Smith, J. Davis,
J. Sickles, B. Nelson, M. Proctor, D. Mertens,
K. Beekman, T. Albright. ROW FIVE: M.
Compton, B. Compton, J. Goloff, K. Rup-
precht, L. VanAtta, K. Gluschenko, E.
gugiphrey, S. Fike, D. Shuman, P. Smith, R.
McClellan, Deborah Q123 27, 130, 141
Mccieilaiid, Fran Q113 153
McClure, Jim Q123 58,142
McComas, Debbie Q113 153
McComas, Tammy Q93 173
McConnell, Sue QF3 111
McCormick,.Benjamin Q93 173, 197, 199, 201
Mccuilum, Rodney QA93 sa, 124, 173, 197
McCurdy, Jack QF3 113
McCur1ey, Theresa Q123 100,142
Mczwin, Jon 4103 sa, 74, sa, 162
Marsh, Lisa 4103 102, 152, 167, 199, 202
Marshall, Cynthia QF3 16, 52, 202
Marshall, Joan Q123 130,141
Marshall, Joseph Q93 173
Marshall, Richard QSB3 55
Marshel, Carol Q103 128, 162, 204
Marshel, Gary 493 128, 130, 173, 175
Maru, Kelli 493 52,113,173
Martin, Frank QF3 111
Martin, Richard Q123 141
Massey, Bobbie Q93 174
Massey, John Q113
Massey, Kelli Q123 141
Maves, Scott Q123 66, 67, 141
Maves, Steve Q113 67, 86, 108, 153
Maxwell, Teresa QIO3 94, 99, 115, 162
May, Colleen Q113 153, 201
Mazanowski, Lisa Q93 173
McCaffrey, Kelly Q93 173
McCaffrey, Ruth Q93
McCa11ister, Cynthia Q103 162
McCa1lister. Kathleen Q93 102, 173
McGee, Kendall Q93 173
McGee, Maurice Q103 61, 162, 195, 199
Mcci-aw, Debbie 4123 44,142
McGregor,Julie Q93 173
McGregor, Mark Q123 142,162
Mclntire, Gil 4103 162
Mclntire, Guy Q93 173
McKeighen, Henry Q123 15,142
McKinley, Eric 4103 sa, aa, 162
Mcsliui-1ey,.reff 493 61, 75, 173
McWhorter, Amy Q93 173
McWhorter, Chris Q93 173
McWhorter, Karen Q113 153
Meer, Fred Ql03
Meignen, Mark 4103 162
Meignen, Terri 4123 6, 125, 142, 200, 201, 205
Mercer, Cathy Q103
Mercer, Donna Q103 162
Mertens, David 4113 129, 153, 200, 201, 205
Messer, Anna Q113 36, 153
Mezzier, .rim 4F3 17, 77, 78, sl, 114, 202
, Jeff 4123 90, 142, 202-
HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS ROW ONE: B
Brumbaugh, E. Hamori, T. Meighen, J
Williams, C. Jennings, L. Tucco, B. Priest, S
Paul, R. Wilson. ROW TWO: J. Terhune, B
Wilson, L. Wilson, B. Roose, B. Petty, J. Bird, C
Cummings, D. Stiffler, J. Sparling, C. Shue, L
Ounapu, M. Albright. ROW THREE: A. Renner,
C. Beck, J. True, V. Brown, J. Cherry, K.
Kemezy, B. Compton, N. Traub, K. Fischer, N.
Fuchs, L. Hill, K. Alexander, K. Newton. ROW
FOUR: B. Wade, B. Michel, B. Barnhart, D.
Adrian, J. Cheesman, M. Duerson, P. lsen-
barger, T. Vogel, E. Eckelman, D. Harrison, A.
Marsh, D. Paluch, G. Mong, K. Peterson.
HONOR SOCIETY JUNIORS ROW ONE: C. Rittmeyer, J. Trulock, T. Lyon, S. Buck, T.
Engelmann,A. Gibson, K. Davey,C.Campos,J. Moran, D. Danner, C. Ashby, D. Mertens, D.
Schaller, K. Terhune, K. Ernst, A. Watson, K. Bowlin, M. Underkoffler. ROW FOUR: Dr. D.
Qualkinbush. ROW TWO: K. Wierks, P. Conn, Guinn, K. Rupprecht, G. Smedinghoff,S.Jones,
M, Fuchs, S, Gouveia, J, Wagner, C, May, J, D. Sparzo, S. Hults, G. Williams, B. Adrian, J.
Jump, T. Neata, J. Bradshaw, K. VanDeusen, K. Oziemkowski, K. Sparenberg, M. Jordan, J.
Rothhaar. ROW THREE: S. Lucas, F. Voss, K. Walser, R. Foster.
Michael, Elizabeth 4105 162
Michel, Brad 4125 129, 142, 201
Miller, Bev 4105
Miller, Brenda 495
Miller, David 4115 83,153
Miller, Donna 4105 162
Miller, Inga 495 117, 128, 173, 200
Lori 4115 163,196
Melanie 495 94,103,130,
Miner, Robert 4F5 51
Miller, Ron 4F5 119, 205
, Steve 4125 7, 41, 137, 142
, Troy 495 75,173
Mmikon, Mon 4105 22, 65, 74, 86,159
M111o,Jer1yn 4115 195
M111s,1ce111 4105 7,163,200,
Mills, Randall 495 173
Mi11s,V1cky 4115 153
Minch, Greg 4125 142
Minnick, Melanie 4125 47,142
Mitchell, Annette 4115 121
Mitchell, Doris 495
Mitchell, Lisa 4125 142,198
11, Steve 4115 153, 195, 198
11, Tamma 4105
Mixell, Deanna 4105 130,163
Mixell, Jane 4125 142
M1xe11, Tony 495 64, 65, 67, 75, as, 173
,Cindy 4115 153
, 163, 200
Moffitt, Sandra 4115
Moles, Johnny 4115 153
Mong, Gary 4125 142, 198, 201
Moody, Dave 4115 126, 153, 155
Moody, xi-iss 4105 65, 163
Moon, Rena 4115 14, 15, 126, 153
Moore, Gary 495 173
Moore, Jeff 4105 163, 207
Moore, John 4125 142, 196, 204, 205, 207
Roselyn 4115 153
Tammy 4115 131,153
Thomas 4115 6, 40, 43, 67, 152,
Morris, Carol 4115 128,153
Morris, Herman 495 176
Morris, Mark 4115 153
Morris, Victoria 495 174,199
on, Melissa 495 174,199
Mon, Gary 495 174
Mort, John 4125 142
, Jimmy 495 174
Moss, Debbie 4115 126, 127, 153, 200
Mullen, Cathleen 4115 126, 153, 199
Murray, Jody 4SB5 55
Anita Bem 495 174
Connie 495 130,174
Shannon 4115 131,153
Naumcheff, Dave 4105 83, 206
Neata, Je!! 495 52, 80, 174
Neata, Terry 4115 100, 153, 201
m, Bruce 4105 61, 77, 78, 163, 202
Nelson, Brett 495 61, 116, 116, 117, 174, 200
Nelson, Cathy 4115 153, 200
Nelson, John 495 174
Nelson, Kim 4125 198
Mark 4105 163,205
Nevings, Maggie 4105
Nevings, Robert 495 163
Newcomer, James 495 174
Newsom, Charisse 4115 100, 153, 200
Newton, David 4105 61, aa, s4, 163, 199, 20
Nial , 11
, xomy 4125 43, 143, 201, 204
,Robert 4F5 115
olly 495 174,199
Nign, Tammy 495 94, 99, 174, 205
N11es,Jon1 4115 153
Niles,Kevin 495 174
Nixon, Joseph 4105 163
Nome, Jeff 4125
Noble, Kevin 495 174
Norton, Carlos 4115 37,153
O'Day, James 4115 154, 191, 195, 199
Ogden, Edgar 4105 163
Ogden, James 4125
Ogden, Teresa 495 174, 202
153, 201, 205
JCL ROW ONE: S. Hahn, R. Benson, K. Tucco,
L. Badgley, K. Wimmer, K. Rittmeyer, K. New-
ton, D. Cecil, L. Ounapu, B. Dahlstrom, M.
Kwiatkowski, W. Koss, Mrs. J. Hahn. ROW
TWO: D. Adams, R. Spencer, T. Daly, B.
Rowland, B. McCormick, J. Bradshaw, K. Alex-
ander, W. Petty, T. Lyon, D. White, K. Baldwin
A. Grader, N. Chesnut. ROW THREE: S. Parker,
D. Newton, P. Hamori, R. Bradshaw, T. Moran,
G. Mallers, C. Foster, C. Eddy, J. Adams, J.
Alexander, J. Swanson. ROW FOUR: P.
Courtney, B. Smith, D. Harrison, D. O'Korn, A.
Marsh, S. Fike, K. Alexander, J. Marsh, D.
Snyder, R. Foster, B. Vogel, T. Troyan, P. Voss,
LETTERMEN'S CLUB ROW ONE: D. Lindsey, A.
Watson, K. Ford, C. Coers, P. Hankins, K.
Davey, L. Marsh, K. Wilson, M. Johnson, D.
Beebe, S. Paul, C. DeWitt. ROW TWO: Mr.
James Metzler, B. Needham, M. Burris, R.
oucerri, Eddie 4103 22, 63, 74, lea, 201, 202
Oliver, Darlene 4103 128, 163
Oliver, Laura 493 96, 100, 174
osboru, Diane 493 131,174
Osborne, Robert 4103 14, 15, eo, sl, 124, 126, 153, 166,
Osborne, Tom 4ST3 75, 86, 88
Osborne, Bill 493 65, 88, 173, 174, 181, 205
oserie, Wilma 4123
our-lapu, Lois 4123 143, 201, 203
Overfield, Travis 4113 73, 154
Owens, Patty 4113 127, 154
Oxley, Mona 4123 11, 131, 143
Oziemkowski, Jeff 4113 58, 59, 154,
Padgett, Pamela 4123 143, 1911
Page, Debbie 4113 154
, Donna 4F'3 95, 96, 102, 115
, Ann 493 174
, Kathy 493 174
ki,Joy 4103 163
ki, Randy 4113 86
David 4123 143,201
Michael 4F3 109
Parker, Chris 493 174
Parker, Roxanne 4123 143
Parker, Scott 4103 86, 163, 201
Parks, Linda 4113 154
Parks, Tim 4113 142,154
Parr, Thomas 4103 15, 60, 128, 163
Parsons, Bobby 493
Parsons, Dreama 493 174
Partin, Tamara 4123 143
Patterson, Charles 4113 21,154
Patterson,Kim 4103 163
Patton, Rick 4103 163
Paul, Stacy 4123 51, 98, 99, 100, 131, 134,
Payne, Clarke 4F'3 113
Pearson, Charles 4103 163
Pearson, Debra 4103 163
Peckham, Anita 493 93,174
Peckham, Gregory 4113 78, 154, 197
Penrod, Floyd 4123 143
Penrod,John 4113 37
Pegues, Ira 4103 163
Pegues, Rena 4123
198, 201, 202
143, 201, 202
Clark, C. Carr, J. Meunier, M. Underkoffler, J.
Williams, J. Walser, K. Ford. ROW THREE: C.
Watson, K. Peterson, T. Ashly, D. Adrian, J.
Cheesman, E. Eckelman, J. Oziemkowski, E.
O'Korn, D. Duerson, M. Dickerson.
Perdue, Marla 4F3 107
Perry, Carla 493 174
Perry, Susan 4123 143,198
Peterson, Donna 4103 128, 163
Peterson, Keith 4123 21, 33, 43, 80, 133, 143, 145, 185,
199, 201, 202, 205
Petrie, James 4113 154
Petruzelli, Nicki 4113 154
Petty, William 4123 124, 143, 197, 199, 201
Phillips, Kathy 4113 154
Phillips, Ruth Ann 493 174
Kelly 4113 101,154
Janet 4103 164,205
Rector, Beverly 4103 164
Rector, Bob 493 61, 79, 85
Rector, Garth 4113 77, 154
Rector, Marty 493 93, 99, 10
Rector,Teresa 4123 143
Recu, Sharon 4123 144
Reed, Craig 4113 80, 154
Reed, Grace 4103 164
Picha, Scott 493 174
Pickett, David 4103 163
Pickett, Lola 493 130, 174
Pierce,Gaye 493 174
Pierce, Lois 4103 128, 163, 199
Jo 493 99,130,174
Piueuger, Kelli 4103 96, les, 204
Planck, Diana 4113 154, 1911
Plank, Buster 493
Plough, Gregg 4113 154
Poe, Michael 4113 se, 154
Polhamus, Carolyn 4103 163
Pollock, Elizabeth 4103 131, lea, 197, 198
Pollock, Thomas 493 51, 174
Powell, Derri 4103 163
Priest, Beth 4123 143, 145, 199, 201
Priest, Juliann 4103 116, 127, 129, 163, 199
Privett, Howard 4123 143, 198
Proctor, Martin 4103 sl, 163, 200
Putt, l-'red 493 el, 73, 174
Qualkinbush, Keri 493 174
Qualkinbush, Kristi 4113 127, 154, 201, 204, 207
Quinn, David 4103 158, 163
Radcliff, Forrest 4123
Raines, Brian 4123 195
Rankin, Kay 4F3 46, 121
Rappe, Susan 493 128, 174
lmcluord, Bob 4113 154, 197
Rawlings, Susie 4103 93, 99, 102, 114, 126, 129, 130, 163
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Row ONE: T. ogden, Fl' Tweedy. K. Hamilton. C. Vorhees. J- Taylor,
H. Turner, Mrs. Cynthia Marshall, Mrs. Cheryl C- WYHU-
Ridley, J. Williams. ROW TWO: S. Ahlersmeyer,
2, 129, 130, 174, 175
Reieliarrl, Craig 4103 154, 195, 197, 203
Rell, Craig 4113 78, 154
Reigle, Cindy 4F3 93,115
Renbarger, Allen 493 175, 195
Renbarger, Bradley 4113 154, 195
Renbarger, Dorann 4123 144
Renner, Amy 4123 144, 201
Reno, David 493
Resler, Daniel 493 175
Rich, Robin 4123 144
Richardson, Art 4113
Ridley, Cheryl 4S3 52, 202
Ridley, Donna 4103 115, 164
Ringoen, John 4103 63, 164, 197
Rippy, Felix 493 65, 67, as, ss, 130, 175, 205
Rittmeyer, Karen 4113 64, 103, 122, 154, 156, 201, 204,
Riwitis, Helen 493 175
Robertson, Kim 4113 46, 154, 199
Robinson, Annie 4103 164
Robinson,Sheila 493 175
Roger, Todd 493 61, 175
Rogers, Don 4ST3 112
Rollins, Judith 4103 164, 200
Roose, Andrew 4103 164
Roose, Barbara 4123 144, 201
Rosenberg, Robin 4113 154, 200
Rosenthal, Lori 4113 154
Ross, Gregory 4113 67, 86, 154
Ross, Rick 4113 154
Rem, Julie 493 102, 128, 175
Rothhaar, Kendra 4113 99, 201
Rowe, Katie 4123 144
Rowland, Barry 4113 155, 201
Rudo, Phyllis 4113 148, 155, 200
Rudolph, Brian 4103 82, 164, 200
Rudolph, Phil 4113 80,155
Ruemler, Tamara 493 96, 128, 175
Ruemler, Teri 4123 96, 144, 172, 198
nuelz, Todd 4103 as, 129, 130, 164
Ruff, lzienara 4103 77, 104, 200
Rupprecht, Kip 4113 40, 124, 151, 155, 200, 201
Russell, Teresa 4113 155
Russell, Robert 4113 61, 91, 155
Rychak, Carol 4103 200
Safiell, Kirk 493 130,175
Sams, Lawrence 4113
LAUNDRY HELPERS SITT
ROW TWO: J. Stanely, P. B
ING: R. Barton
erg, F. Iles.
NORTHSIDE VIDEO PRODUCTIONS ROW ROW THREE: G. Smedinghoff, S. Ahlersmeyer,
ONE: G. Schmoeller, ROW TWO: C. Reiohard, D. Strout, C. Foster, R. Foster, S. Buck, D.
R. Winchester, D. Dalton, T. Knox, D. Harris. Choate, P. Kelly, J. Williams, L. Hill.
MATH CLUB ROW ONE: R. Wilson, C. Beck, C. ROW TWO: Mr. Ramon Alexander, D. Sparzo,
Sue, J. Terhune, B. Brumbaugh, L. Ounapu. D. Snyder, A. Marsh.
Smith, Kerry 4121
srniui, Lynn 491 175,205
Smith, Mark 4111 68, 66, 156, 199
Smith, Paul 4111 156, 200
sinitb, Ray 491
Smith, Toni 4101 165
Smith, Treva 4101
Smith, vieiri 4101 96, 102, 159,165, 200
Smith, Wilbur 4101
Smock, John 491 175
Snyder, David 4121 145, 199, 201, 203, 205
Snyder, Gretchen 4111 103, 156, 200
Snyder,Ji11 4111 15
Susan 4101 129, 130, 165, 200
Soales, Stacy 4101 128,165
Spain, Maria 4101 165
Spain,Sy1via 4121 145
Sparenberg, Kelly 491 103, 169, 175, 197
Sparenberg, Kim 4111 103, 156, 201
Sparling, John 491 175,195
Sparling, Judy 4121 40, 44, 45, 131,14
Darrel 4111 156, 199, 201, 203, 204
Speed, Julie 4101 165
Spencer, Rick 4101 165, 201
an, Gayle 4101 96, 128, 165
Spurgeon, Sheila 4111 156
Sry, Brad 491 61, 75, 175
Stafford, Frank 41-'1 124
Staggs, Andrew 4121
Denise 491 175
Jeff 4111 156,202
Stapleton, Arlene 491 130,176
Starks, Carl 4111
Stelzer, Lindsay 4121 90,145
Stevens, Missy 491 93, 102, 176
Stevens, Rhonda 4101 165
Stewart, Cathy 4121 145,198
Stewart, James 4111 156
Stewart, Michael 491
Stimer, Denise 4121 145, 201
Stigler, Carol 4111
Stigler, Pennie 4111
Stillwell, Lydia 4F1 107, 197, 200
Stine, Cheryl 491 176
Stookey, Cliff 491 61, 78, 88, 126, 129, 176
stout, Mary 491 95, 176
Stout, Thomas 4121 145
Stover, Lynn 491 176
Debbie 491 94, 102, 130, 176
Sannella, Joe 491 88, 175, 199, 205
Satterlield, Arlene 4171 121
Satterfield, Sharon 4101 164, 204
Scaife, Leo 4101
Scaife, Pan-i 491 175,198
seiiauer, Jean 4111 127, 155, 200,
Schlagel, Mark 4111 155
Schmoeller, Beth 4121 96, 144, 207
Schmoeller, Garrett 491 128, 175, 203
Schneiter, Lezlie 491 175,199
Schneiter, Rieii 4121 as
Schroeder,Jim 4121 144
seniiitz, Donald 491
Schwartz, Joan 4121 15, 144, 199, 204
Sciara, Karen 4111 119,155
Scott, vioiri 4111 155
Scott, sue 41-'1 116,199
Segraves, Vanessa 491 199
Sebring, Dennis 4121 144
Sebring, Scott 4101
Segraves, Brad 4111 155
Segraves, Don 4111
Segraves, Vanessa 491 199
Seitz, Susan 4101 164, 200
Sellers,Stephen 4121 144
Sevion, Bryce 4111 155
Sharp, Kathy 4121 144
Sharp, Leslie 491 175
Shatta, Tammy 491 118,175
Shepard, Bruce 4121 63, 121, 144, 197
Sheridan, Hans 4F'1 51, 58, 61
Sherman, Jim 4111
Shields, Tim 4121 144
Shinn, Julie 4121
Shippy, Darren 4111 90,155
Shoemaker, Michael 4101
Shoemaker, Michelle 491 175
Shoemaker, Ricky 491
Shondell, Betty 4F1 16, 124, 204
Shook, Kraig 491 175,197
Showalter, Ann 4101 99, 161,164
Showalter, Cathy 4101 102,164
201, 204, 207
Showalter, Lori 491 102, 175, 195
Showalter, Mark 491 175
Showalter, Norman 491 75,175
Showalter, Sally 4101 98, 205
Showalter, Terri 4121 144
Shroyer, Karen 4101 96, 97, 100, 101, 164
Shroyer, Scott 4111 130
Shroyer, Stacy 491 175
Shults, Jerry 4121
Shuman, David 4111 se, 155, 200, 204
sickies, Julie 4111 155, 200
Sickles, Steve 491 61, 78, 88, 175
Silvers, Phil 4101 164
Simes, Marisa 4111 155, 200
Simmons, Feliz 4111 155
Simmons, Suzie 4111 155
Sizemore, Rick 491 175
Sizemore, Tim 4121
skeei, Keith 4111 17, 5s, 155
Skinner, Rhonda 4101
siaiiter, Bob 4111 42, 56, ss, 155
Slauter, Donald 4Adm.1 54
Slusher, Jeff 4111 za, 61, 77, 155
Smart, George 491 175
Smart, Thomas 4111
Smedinghoff, George 4111 56, 68, sa, 156, 197, 201, 203
Smekens, Michael 4101 90, 164
Smekens, Steve 4121 145
Smith, Andrew 491 75,175
Smith, Bill 4171 124
Smith, Brian 491 61, 175, 197, 201
Smith, Carol 4111 93, 99
Smith Carol J. 491 103, 151, 156, 175
Smith, Chris 4121
Smith, David 4111
Smith, David M. 4101 165
Smith, Gail 4101 102,114,165
Smith,Greg 4101 165
Smith, Jeanne 4121 145,198
smith, John 4F1 109
Smith, Joyce 4101 117,165,200
Smith, Karen 4101 165, 200
Strout, David 4111 156, 203, 205
Stumborg, Coleen 4121 145
Suding, Jim 4ST1 77
sue, carol 4121 43, 145, 199, 201, 203
sue, Jeff 491 176
Suiters, Donna 4111 156,198
Suiters, Doris 4111 198
Sullivan, Deirdre 4111 156, 200
Sumwalt, Kelly 4111 156
Sumwalt, Larry 491 78, 114, 176
Suput, David 491 88, 176
Sutton, Bennie 4111
Sutton, Greg 4121 145
Sutton, Mary Etta 4F1 51, 55
Swanson, Janice 4101 93, 103, 127, 165, 201
Swift, Brad 4101
Swift, Charles 4101 80, 82, 165
Swingley, Scott 4101 86
Sylvester, Jim 4101 52,165
Syring, Robert 491 65, 65, 176, 197, 201, 205
Tank, carey 4111 33,156
Tate, Byron 491 176
Taylor, Dean 491 176
Taylor, Greg 491 61, 75, 88, 176
Taylor, Joyce 4101 128, 165, 202
Taylor, Scott 4101 165
Tenpenny, Sam 491 176
'rei-iiiine, Julie 4121 130, 131, 145, 199,201
Terhune, Karen 4111 156, 199, 201, 204, 207
Thames, Lori 4121 145
Thames, Martina 491 176
Thames, Ramana 4111 100, 101, 119, 156
Tharp, Andy 491 35, so, 175, 176, 205
Thielemann, Rick 491 65, 82, 176
Thomas, Jim 491 78, BB, 176
Thompson, Darryl 4111 156
5, 201, 204
, 203, 204,
Thompson, Michael 493 176
Thompson, Sandy 4113 156
Thompson,She1lie 4103 165
Thurman, Mary 493 176
Tomlin, Kelly 493 176
Tomlinson, Meredith 4123 134, 145
Toomer, Belinda 4113
Toomer, Coriene 493 176
Toomer, Ezra 493 77,176
Toomer, Josephine 4103 131,165
Toomer, Raymont 4103
Tawell, Michele 4103 102, 127, 166, 199
Townsend, sean 4113 197, 207
Trapp, Cindy 4123 145, 198
Traiib, Nancy 4123 40, 126, 146, 199,
Tretick, Drew 493 128, 129, 176, 199
Tripi, Joanne 4113 127, 156, 199, 205
Troyan, Tom 493 80, 176, 201
True, Harriet 4103 200
True, Janet 4123 146,201
True, Steve 4123
Truett, Debbie 493 176
Trulock, James 4113 2, 67, 86, 122, 153, 156, 201, 205
Tschuor, Dale 4123 141, 142, 146
Tschllor, Gale 4123 41, 137, 146
Tucco, Karen 493 176, 201
Tucco, Laura 4123 98, 146, 200, 201
Tucco, Matt 4103 90, 166
Tunney, John 493 177
Tlmney, Karen 4113 156, 204
Tunney, Mary 4123 146
Turner, Denby 4113 83, 84, 156
Turner, Hannah 493 177, 202
Turner, Mark 4123 146
Turner, Steve 4113 156
Rhonda 493 177,202
uniierlrofner, Millie 4113 95, 99,1
202, 204, 206
Upchurch, Ledon 4103 61, 74, 166
Upchurch, Tyrone 4113
Valencic, Dave 4113 156
Vanatta, Bob 4123
VanAtta, Lewis 4113 157, 200, 205
Vance, Mary 493 177
02, 156, 200, 201,
VanDeusen, Kim 4113 93, 94, 95, 99,1o2,157,201
Va.nDewal1e, Denise 4F3 93
VanPe1t, Linda 493 177
vasa1a1ris,Gina 4103 128,166
Vogel, Brian 493 177, 196, 201
Vogel, Tom 146, 191, 201
Voiles, Sam 4113
OFFICE HELPERS ROW ONE: P. Hurd,S. Man- Hartley, B. Burdorf, K. Brown, K. Newton, K.
ning, C. Disher. ROW TWO: K. Tunney, S. Pittenger, S. Davey, C. Marshel.
Satterfield, L. Amlin, J. Sparling, C. Fouch, L.
PUBLICATIONS ROW ONE: K. Baldwin, B. Jen-
nings, S. Davey, C. Werft, L. Beck. ROW TWO:
Mrs. B. Shondell, C. Walker, J. Bainter, C. Gast,
C. Carr, M. Berner. ROW THREE: K. Terhune,
K. Kemezy, J. Schaller, L. Hill, K. Rittmeyer.
PHYSICS CLUB ROW ONE: F. Voss, D. Wilson, Mr. Michael Wolter, C. Beck, Brum-
Shuman. FIOW TWO: D. Sparzo, P. Juday, Pl. baugh, S. Anderson, J, Terhune, A. Marsh.
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ROW FOUF1: K. Ford, K. Qualkinbush, D.
Bowlin, J. Cherry, M. Underkoffler, J. Hockema,
J. Schwartz, A. Bracken, M. Bartels, K. Mills, J.
Williams. ROW FIVE: D. Naumcheff, D.
Harrison, S. Ahlersmeyer, J. Moore.
Vorhees, Charlene 4103 47, 166, 202
Voss, Frank 4113 80, 154, 157, 201, 204
Voss, Peter 4103 64, 80, 129, 166, 201
voss, Ray 4103 166, 197, 199, 205
vyain, Mark 4123 146
Wade, Bill 4123 146, 197, 201
Wade, Bryan 493 177
Wagner, Janette 4113 130, 157, 200, 201
Wagner, .lim 4103 22, 78, 130, 166, 195
Waite, Wayne 4113 21, 83, 157
Walker, Carolyn 493 100, 103, 177, 199, 204
Walker, Dan 4103 77,166
Walker, Jerry 4103 166
Wallen, Jennifer 493 177
Walls, Glenn 4123 146
Walls, Rocky 4113 157
Walls, Shirley 4123 146
walser, Jeff 4113 91, 157, 199, 201, 202, 205
Walter, Jamie 493 61, 177
Walter, Lisa 4113 157
Ward, Lisa 4103 128,166
Ware, Mary 4173 109
Ware, Susan 4123 146
Warner, Cheryl 4103 99, 130, 166, 200
Warren, Deborah 4123 146
Warren, Donna 4103 166
Warrner, Robert 4F3 16,125
Wasson, Kent 4103 166
SCIENCE CLUB ROW ONE: T. Broyles, B.
Brumbaugh, T. Werckman, M. Wilson, R. Voss,
R.WiIsor1. ROW TWO: A. Grader, D. Kemezy, T.
Meighen, J. Terhune, C. Beck, D. Mertens, A.
Daly, D. Strout, B. Syring. ROW THREE: D.
Waters, Bet.h C123 146
Waters, James C103 14, 15, 126, 129,l30,166,199
Watkins, Steve C123 47, 146
Watson, Anni C113 11, 93, 95,l02, 131, 157, 197, 201, 202,
Watson, Curt C123 11, 58, 68, 91, 147, 199, 202
Watson, Sally C123 147
Weeks, Claudette CF3 100
Weimer, Bruce CP3 38
Weiss, Chip C93 82, 128, 177
Wenz, Beth C123 147
,Beth C123 147
Werckman, Tony C93 65, 88, 177, 199, 205
warn, Chris C103 119, iss, 204, 205
Wesley, Julie C123 147, 157
White, Biiiy C103
White, Denise C113 100, 121, 157, 198
White, Douglas C93 177, 201
White, Roh C103 166
White, Ronald C113
White, Shanete C93
White, Teresa C113 100,157
Whitehead, Annette C113 157, 195
Whitehead, Brian C123 23, 147, 195
Whittenburg, B111 C113 157,199
Wierks, Kenton C113 80, 157, 201
Williams, Charlotte C93
Williams, Debra C103 166
Williams, Gregg C113 157, 201, 205
Williams, Jane C103 131, 166, 202
Williams, Jeff C113 122, 125, 157, 199, 203
Williams, Joe C123 58, 147, 199, 201, 202, 204
Williams, Steven C123 68, 147
wins, Rose C113
wiisoh, emu C93 ei, 75, 85,177
Wilson, Brenda C123 93, 94, 95, 99,102,147, 201
Wilson, Julie C93 128, 200
Wilson, Karen C103 93, 95, 99, 102,166,199, 202
wiisoh, Linda C123 93, 99, 102, 147, 201
wiisoh, Mary C103 103, iss, 205
Wilson, Ron C123 35, 126, 147, 201, 203, 204
Wilson, Ron C123 35, 126, 147, 201, 203, 204, 205
Wilson, Teresa C103
Wimmer, Kent C113 65, as, 157, 201
Winchester, Robert C113 157, 195, 203
Wolter, Michael CF3 111, 204
whoa,scou C103 85,166
Woodgett,Jeuni!er C123 200
SOC CLOCKWISE: K. Barnes, A. Watson, R.
Wilson, K. Peterson, K. Mills, D. Snyder, R.
Foster, T. Moran, A. Marsh, J. Marsh, J. Moore,
K. Kemezy, N. Fuchs, C. Beck, N. Traub, L. Hill, J.
Walser, K. Rittmeyer, B. Brumbaugh, L.
Greenwood, M. Wilson.
Bowlin, J. Cherry, R. Bradshaw, M. Young, L.
VanAtta, J. Moore, J. Sanriella, T. Daly, D.
Diebold. ROW FOUR: K. Kemezy, J. Marsh, B.
Osborne, G. Williams, M. Nelson, A.C. Marsh,
li, Melvin C103
Wray, o. Wesley CsB3 55
Wright, Carolyn C93 177
Wright, Julie C123 147
Wright, Penny C93 177
Tamra C113 157
Wu1ff,Jef1 C93 85, 177
Wyatt, Cynthia C93 177, 202
Wyatt, Robert C103 166, 195
Wynn, Delores C93 177
Yeager, Carol C113 130,147
Yeager, Sara C103 165,166
Yeo, Richard C113 157
Yocum, Mary C103 98, 100, 103, 114
Young, Earl C93
Young, Gary C103 110,166
Young, Greta CF3 15, 124, 197
Young, Mattie C103 102,166
Monty C93 22, 124, ies, 197,
Zahnow, Chris C103 166
Zahnow, Kelly C123 147
Zoll, Donna CF3 50
SPANISH CLUB ROW ONE: S. Juday, L. Smith,
A. Gibson, S. Showalter, K. Davey, M. Wilson, J.
Jump, L. Greenwood, C. Werft, L. Bradburn.
ROW TWO: L. Courtney, K. Gluschenko, F. Rip
py, J. Bell, A. Tharp, C. Marley, A. Luzadder, J.
Reams, R. Wilson, M. Bartels. ROW THREE: Mr.
R. Miller, J. Trulock, S. Hults, T. Nigh, S. Duboc,
B..Adams, C. Lunsford, D. Kelly, C. Faulkner, J.
The ingredients of a yearbook prove to be
many, but staff members manage to combine
them into one finished product.
KEVIN FORD iJr.J DAVE NAUMCHEFF iJr.j MILLIE UNDERKOFFLER iJr.j
Sports Sports Sports
, Stoff Explores
T NHS Dimensions
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JACKIE CHERRY tSr.l
JEAN SCHALLER qJr.l
KAREN TERHUNE qJr.l
JAN HOCKEMA QSr.l BETH SCHMOELLER fSr
While exploring the lives of those
within the NHS structure, we, as the
staff of the NORTH STAR, have also
taken a more critical look at
We took notice of things like our
own feelings toward different
programs and rules. We have looked
even more so toward our friends,
both fellow students and teachers,
and what they have contributed to
our lives while at Northside.
Senior staff members viewed the
year's events in comparison with the
past three years, and strove to make
their pages reflective of the phases
and dimensions seniors, as a whole,
had gone through.
Anticipating the future, the juniors,
sophomores, and freshmen en-
couraged their classmates to con-
tinue old traditions, while at the same
time creating their own.
Whether looking at the past or
toward the future, we attempted as a
whole to explore the "Unexplored
Dimensions" of Northside. The
attempt was greeted with
enthusiasm and it's with that same
enthusiasm the staff succeeds in
presenting the 1977 NORTH STAR.
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Enjoying the other side of the camera are
photographers Ueft to rightj Mike Berner fFr.J,
John Moore fSr.l, and Jeff Moore fSoph.l,
with Brian Bender fJr.J atop.
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KRISTI QUALKINBUSH Url
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One Dimension Ends,
l've reached the end of a year's
work in the planning of a book of
memories. These memories can be
shared by all, but they're especially
important to those who have a per-
sonal tie to them. l've had that tie,
and I thank those of you who have
allowed me to compile these
memories and these ties.
In the beginning there was op-
timism, in the middle, frustration,
and in the end, a feeling of pride and
accomplishment by myself, the staff,
and hopefully by you, for it was you
that made everything possible.
Special thanks to Mr. Thomas L. Farris Ill,
Jerry Joschko, and Don Rogers for special
photographs. Cover design by Karen Kemezy.
Cover specifications: Special embossed: blue
shoegrain printed with red and white ink.
Liner: Vellum. Paper stock: Enamel.
Headlines: Techno Medium. Price of book:
38.50. Number of books ordered: 675. Album
and most group shots taken by Reid's Studio.
Inter-Collegiate Press Representative: Mr.
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