Northwestern High School - Panorama Yearbook (Kokomo, IN)

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PANORAMA 66 ' J l ' i Published by the Senior Class of Northwestern High School R.R. 2, Kokomo, Indiana Table Of ADMINISTRA TION PA GE 5 FACULTY PAGE 11 SENIORS PAGE 27 JUNIORS PAGE 47 SOPHOMORES PA GE 53 Contents ORGAN IZA TIONS PA GE 59 A THLETICS PA GE 81 FEATURES PAGE 97 MUSIC PAGE 106 JUNIOR HIGH PA GE 113 DEDICA TION There are many reasons why students appreciate a teacher. Among them are a friendly disposition, a sense of fair play, a true interest in his subject, and a willingness to give generously of his time to his students. We, the Seniors of 1966, wish to dedicate our Panorama to a teacher who combines all of these qualities and many more, a truly good teacher, Mr. Darrell Rider. Mr. Rider devotes many hours of his time to the bookstore. PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE Mr. George R. Davis This year marks the end of the happiest time of my life -- fifteen years as principal of Northwestern High School. During that time the school has doubled in size, and I hope in its effectiveness as an institution shaping the lives of young people. Many dedicated school board members, teachers, pupils, and school patrons have made our present school a reality. My hope and prayer is that our school shall continue to be a true educa- tional instrument touching the mental, physical, and spiritual lives of the youth of the community. Remember: " Success is getting what you want, but true happiness is wanting what you get. " Assistant Principal EFFICIENCY Mr. H. J. Whitmer, assistant high school principal, handles such deverse problems as club activities, dis- cipline, and attendance. School Secretaries No office or school can function without competent secretarial help. Our cheerful office staff is made up of Mrs. Marsha Miller who handles the bookkeeping of the high school and Mrs. Phyllis Hedrick who is responsible for the corporation books. Guidance Director AT WORK Personal attention is available to any high school stu- dent who needs help in planning their future. Nancy Michael is only one of many seniors who will be con- tacting Mr. Owen, guidance director, to get help with the mysteries of college enrollment blanks. Girls ' Guidance Director Aneed which has been badly felt at Northwestern the last few years has been filled by Mrs. Underwood who serves as girls ' guidance counselor. SCHOOL BOARD Mr. Hartman, Mr. Coan, and Mr. Spraker have a big job making the decisions for the school. County Superintendent Of Schools The office of County Superintendent of Schools will be abolished January 1, 1966. Serving in the office this last year was R. W. Bray. He has had the task of keeping records for all of the teachers and students in the county schools. COOKS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Walker, Norma Wright, Phyllis Eads, Barbara Barnhart, Ada Keisling, Mary Crites, Mary Duncan. CUSTODIANS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Smith, Mr. Conwell, Mrs. Clark, Mr. Beaver, Mr. Morrison. BUS DRIVERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Bostic, Mr. Brubaker, Mr.Creason, Mr. Dillion, Mr. Beeler,Mr. Miller, Mr. EUer, Mr. Lantz, Mr, Riley, Mr. Kessler, Mr. Cinnamon, Mr. Yager, Mr. Smith, Mr. Gilliam, SPEECH AND HEARING THERAPIST Mrs. Price is speech and hearing therapist for the corporation and works at all three schools. ' s ] I . 1 fmm- 9 m ' V ' f W. [v:t SCIENCE JOHN BARBER Indiana University, B.S. Sponsors: Eighth Grade Class H. J. WHITMER Purdue University, B.S., M.S. Assistant Principal Sponsors: Senior Class, National Honor Society Department Head DEREES CARL CLARK I Brigham Young University, B.S. Ball State University, M.A. Sponsors: Operators Club John Roesler works industriously on a botany experiment. TERRY EDWARD FRANK Ball State University, B.S. Assistant Varsity Football Coach Freshman Basketball Coach Athletic Trainer A pause for inspiration during a biology test. AND MATH DELBERT KISTLER Indiana Central College, B.A. Football Coach Baseball Coach Jr. High Track Coach Sponsors: N-Club, Science- Math DON R. KIRKENDALL Purdue University, B.P.E., M.S. Jr. High Cross Country WAYNE E. KLEPINGER Manchester College, B.S. niinois Wesleyan University, M.S. Sponsors: Freshman Class Mr. Kistler proves and discusses a geometry theorem. JACK W. RAPER Indiana University, B.S. Sponsors: Conservation Club FTA JOHN W. RIGEL Taylor University, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Jr. High Football Coach Assistant Basketball Coach Wayne Brown demonstrates his ability in solving geometry problems. Writing up the lab report accurately is the final important step in every chemistry experiment. LEE EDWARD WILLIFORD Sterling College, B.A. Sponsors: Student Council, Science-Math JERRY LEE WILLIAMS Ball State University, B.S. Jr. High Football Coach Jr. High Basketball Coach Assistant Varsity Track Coach Sponsors: Student Council, Intramural Sports Accuracy is what counts. FINE ARTS MALCOLM BLACK, JR. Indiana Central College, A.B. Escuela De Bellas Artes, Mexico, M.F.A. Sponsors: Art Club, Department Head T HELMA E. EICHHOLZ High Point College, A.B. Concentration is a quality of a great artist. GLEO HUYCK Ball State Teachers College, B.S. Vandercook of Chicago Sponsors: Stage Band. Mr. Huyck strikes up the band. JAMES HARLEY LEWIS Evansville College, B.M.E. Practice makes perfect! Mike Kepner works tediously on his masterpiece. TERRANCE JAMES MAHADY Southeastern Louisiana College, B.M.E. ANNETTE SUTHERLAND James Millikin University, B.A. PRACTICAL ARTS J. EDWARD GILBERT Purdue University, B.S. Sponsors: F.F.A. NEIL CONN KUNKLE Ball State University, B.S. KENNETH C. MUNROE Purdue University, B.S. Electronics, an addition to the N.H.S. curriculum this year, proves interesting - huh, boys? CAREY MURPHY Ball State University, B.S., M.S. Assistant Jr. High Principal Department Head Mr. Munro and his students discuss a problem in drafting. SUE ELLEN DOUGLASS Purdue University, B.S. Sponsors: Cheerleaders, Junior Class, Pep Block MARTHA LOUISE DRAVING Purdue University, B.S. Indiana State University, M.S. Sponsors: Jr. High G.A.A. Maintenance of the shop tools is just as vital as knowing how to operate. DARRELL RIDER Ball aate University, B.S., M.A. Sponsors: Tumbling Club, Bookstore Mr. Rider carefully explains the map assignment to his world history class. WILMA ROBBINS RUSK Ball State Teachers College, B.S. Ball State University, M.A. MARY E. SHIPLEY Ball State University, B.S., M.A. Sponsors: AFS Club, Junior Class " Thank heavens for Mrs. Rusk! ' of confused shorthand students. is a frequent refrain LANGUAGE HILBERT E. OWEN Butler University, B.S.,M.S. Guidance Director Sponsors: F.T.A., National Honor Society, Department Head EDWARD D. BURKHALTER Manchester College, B.S. Sponsors: Freshman Class LENORA CLINE Ball State University, A.B. Sponsors: Library Club RUTH CORNELL Marion College, B.S. Ball State University, M.A. Sponsors: Freshman Class Class discussion is an important part of every class. Mrs. Cornellapparentlylikes what her English class has to say. ARTS ROSELINDE V. DAVIS Deutsche Bundespost Schule, Alliance France MARTHA JARRETT Ball State University, B.S. ZELLA HACKETT Olivet Nazarene College, A.B. KAREN SUE OWEN Indiana University, B.S. Sponsors: Northwesterner The ability to diagram a sentence is a skill that Mrs. Owen stresses as she helps Sandi Guyer. RUTHMARIE H. OWEN Butler University, A.B.,M.S, Sponsors: French Club, Sunshine Society Is that really French? ELEANOR B. SCHNEIDER Indiana University, B.S.,M.A. Sponsors: Sophomore Class MARJORIE S. UNDERWOOD Indiana Central College, B.M. Butler University, M.S. Sponsors: Sunshine Society, Junior Classical League, Girls ' Counselor ROBERT E.WILLIAMS Indiana University, B.S.,M.S. Sponsors: Mask Gavel, Jr. Sr. Production, Senior Class Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, SOCIAL STUDIES 1 1 J Hi % ffi ' J K| ll ffWil H te Wkt, - M 1 I n L KENNETH COOKE Hanover College, A.B. Indiana University, M.S. Jr. High Principal Mr. Clark still seems to be able to manage a smile even in the middle of his sociology class. JOHN BRUCE CLARK Indiana University, A.B.,M.A. Sponsors: Senior Class, Yearbook STEVEN COVERDALE Ball State University, B.S. Sponsors: Sophomore Class Either the test or Mr. Coverdale appears to have caused apprehension -- don ' t worry Mark, he won ' t hit you. GLEN PHILLIP PRICE Evansville College, B.A. Sponsors: Chorale Now hear this! Test tomorrow! ROBERT J. RODIBAUGH Purdue University, B.S. New Mexico Western Uni- versity, M.S. High School Track Coach Cross Country Coach Sponsors: Seventh Grade Mr. Rodibaugh seems to have been able to work some hu- mor into his class. JAMES E. SPRINGER Indiana State University, B.S. Mr. Springer listens intently to the questions posed by his social s tudies class. PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND DRIVERS ' EDUCATION MERRILL D. HOBAN Indiana Central College, B.S. Indiana University, M.S. Athletic Director and Physical Education Director Department Head Sponsors: N-Club MARION JOYCE ELLER Indiana State University, B.S. University of Colorado, M.S. Sponsors: Sr. High GAA, Senior Class BILL G. KEAFFABER Manchester College, B.S. Ball State University, M.A. Assistant Football Coach Basketball Coach Coordination? ? ? Come out and fight like a man ! This is what happens when you teach too many biology classes. Friendly faculty relationships ! Behind the scenes of Williford ' s Pizza A-Go-Go. ORS TWELVE YEAR STUDENTS STEVEN RUSSELL BARKER N-CIub 1,2,3,4; Conservation Club 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 1; Football 2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Football MIC Team. KATHY JO ALBRIGHT GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,3,4; Christian Service Club 4; Pep Band 2; Mask and Gavel 3,4; Sunshine Society 1,3,4; French Club 2; Twirling 2; Pom Poms 3; Class Play 3; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1. JANET LYNN ARVIN GAA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3,4; French Club 2; Class Play .3; Homecoming Court 4. JANE ANN BAILEY GAA 1,2; Student Council 1; Pep Club 1; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 3,4; Jr. Classical League 1; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2; FHA2; B Team Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Freshman Cheerleader 1; Bicycle Race Queen 3; Class Play 3,4. CHRISTY ANN BANTHIEN GAA 2; Pep Club 2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4, President 4; AFS Club 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Chorale Accompanist 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Entered from Kokomo High School 2. HAROLD JOHN BEST, JR. Future Teachers 4; Science-Math 4; Entered from Western Hish School 4. TERESA ANN BOWLEY Sunshine Society 2.3,4; Tumbling 1,2,3; Art Club 3. JOAN KARDJ BROWN GAA 3,4, Point Recorder 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Mask Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Entered from Kokomo High School 2. ALAN FREDEMCK CAMPBELL Mask Gavel 4; Science-Math Club 4; Entered from Pascock High School, River Vale, New Jersey 4. JAY CEE BREISCH N-Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; Conservation Club 1; AFS Club 3,4; Concert Choir 3; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Class Secretary 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4. MIC 2,4; Track 1,4; Football 1,2,3,4. Most Valuable Player 4; MIC Team 4; Basketball 1. N-Club 3,4; Conservation Club 1 2- FFA 3,4; AFS 3.4; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tumbling Club 1,2,3.4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Class President 2; Football 1.2,3,4; Track 1.2,3; Baseball 1,2,3. SANDRA KAY C LARK Pep Club 3.4; Mask Gavel 4; AFS Club 3.4; Sunshine Society 3.4; Entered from Shakamak High School, Fasonville, Indiana 3. Art Club i; Entered from Kokomo High School 4. Art Club 4; Entered from Kokomo High School 4. DIANA ELAINE COLES Art Club 1,2,3,4, President 2; Librarian 4; Northwesterner Staff 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4. PH Be -«i4 1 1 DOLORES EILEEN COLES HL jI Hh Art Club 1,2,3,4, K i B Vice President 3; ' w ' ' HH BI I Librarian 4; HP ' w B I Northwesterner Staff 4; p . s National Honor Society 2,3,4. 1 ' 1 . _ B - BPKi HB JUHN WILLUM COOK J aJ B Art Club 3,4; 9 Class Play 3; ft L H Entered from Mt. Vernon J 1 High School, Mt. Vernon, k Bn . Jh Indiana 3. ROGER DEAN CRTTES GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3.4; Mask Gavel 3.4; AFS Club 4; Science-Math 2; Sunshine Society 2.3,4; Jr. Classical League 1,2, Class Play 3; Twirling 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3,4; Class Sgt. of Arms 3. MICHAEL ALLEN DAILY N-Club 1.2.3.4; Conservation Club 1.2; Mask Gavel 4; AFS Club 3.4; Class Vice President 2; Baseball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,4. MARY JO DAILY GAA 2; Pep Club 3,4; Mask Gavel 4; AFS Club 4; Sunshine Society 3,4. FRANKLIN JAY DEGLER N-Club 2,3,4; Exchange Club 4; Student Council 3; Model U.N. 3; Chorale 2.3.4; Optimist Club Award 4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Mask Gavel 3,4; N-Club, Sec.-Treas. 4; Future Teachers 2; Choir President 4; AFS Club 4; Stage Band 2,3.4; Mixed Chorus 1; Concert Choir 2.3.4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Basketball 1; College Exploratory Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4. RANDALL WAYNE DENMAN N-Club 3,4; Conservation Club 1,2; Future Teachers 4; AFS Club 3,4; Operators Club 2; Jr. Classical League 3; Basketball 1.2.3.4; Baseball 3.4. MIC Team 3.4; Football 1.2.3.4; Track 1.2.3.4; Mixed Chorus 2; Concert Choir 3.4; Class Sgt. of Arms 4. VANCE LAWRENCE DRUM Pep Club 4; Mask Gavel 3; Future Teachers 3; AFS Club 4; French Club 1,2.3,4. President 4; Band 1.2.3.4; Color Guard 2,3. RONALD LEE FERGUSON N-Club 3,4, President 4; Pep Band 2; Conservation Club 1,2, President 1; Mask Gavel 3,4; Future Teachers 2; AFS3,4; Jr. Classical League 2; Choir 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class President 3; Boy ' s State Alternate 3; Cross Country 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. HOWARD CHARLES ELLER Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 3; Future Teachers 2,3,4, President 4; AFS 4; Model U.N. 3; Band 1,2.3,4; Stage Band 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Jr. Classical League 2; Baseball 1; Class Play 3; College Exploratory Club 1. National Honor Society 3,4; N-Club 3,4, Vice- President 4; Student Council 4, Vice-President 4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS 4; Science-Math 3, President 3; Intramural 3,4 Yearbook Staff 4; Northwesterner Staff 3; Class Play 3,4; Boy ' s State 3; Class President 4; Football 3,4; Rotary 4; Entered from Pike High School, Indianapolis, Indiana 3. GARY WAYNE ELMORE N-Club 3,4; Conservation Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 2. SHANNON MAE ENGLAND National Honor Society 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; Future Teachers 2,3; AFS 4; Sunshine Society 3,4, Recording Sec. 3; French Club 3; College Exploratory 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Cheerleading 2; Class Play 3,4; F.H.A. 2, Point Recorder 2; Freshman Choir 1; Concert Choir 2,3,4, Accompanist 2; aage Band 1,4. JOYCE EVELYN FISHER National Honor Society 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS 3,4; Sunshine Society 1,3,4, Corr. Sec. 3; Jr. Classical League 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Class Play 3. KATHYRN JEAN FRAZER GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2.4; Mask Gavel 4; AFSClub 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 1,3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4; Jr. Classii French Club 2,3, Sec.-Treas. 3. DEWEY L. GOAD AMELIA MARLANE GETZ GAA 1.2.3; Pep Club 1.2,3,4; Mask St Gavel 3,4; Future Teachers 2; AFS Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 3; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4; College Exploratory 1, Secretary 1; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Freshman Choir 1; Mixed Choir 2,3; Class Play 3; Art Club 1; Girls Basketball Team 1; Homecoming Court 4. SHERYLL GEORGIA COINS Pep Club 3.4; Mask Gavel 4; AFS Club 4; Sunshine Society 3; Art Club 3.4. President 4; Entered from Newport High School. Kentucky. REBECCA SUE GHAU National Honor Society 3, ' G.A.A. 1.2; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3,4; Chorale 2.3.4; Pep Club 1,2.3,4; Mask Gavel 3,4, Secretary 4; AFS 2,3,4; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Yearbook aaff 4; Model United Nations 3; Northwesterner Staff 3; Stage Band 2; College Exploratory 1; Class Play 3,4; Freshman Choir 1; Homecoming Court 4. JUDITH ANN GREEN Music Record Club 1. CYNTHIA SUE GUYER Mixed Chorus 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Mask Gavel 4; AFS 3,4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Jr. Classical League 3; Class Play 3; Entered from North Miami 2. O.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask Gavel 3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Class Play 3,4; Music Record Club 1; Choir 1,2; A.F.S. 4. Track 4; Entered from Peru High School, Peru, Indiana 4. GREGORY LYNN HARRIS N-Club 4; Pep Club 1; Conservation Club 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Cross- Country 4. DAVID EARL HENRY Art Club 1,2,3,4; Conservation Club 4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2. ROGER DALE HENSLEY N-Club 2,3,4, Sgt. of Arms 4; Pep Club 1; Conservation Club 1,2; Mask Gavel 3,4; Future Teachers 2,3; AFS 4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Freshman Choir 1; Robed Choir 2,3,4; Yearbook Saff 4; Sweethearts Ball Court 3; Class Treas. 1. National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; AFS Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4. Vice-President 3, President 4; French Club 4; Girl ' s State Alternate 3; Class Play 3,4; Yearbook Editor 4. Junior Editor 3; Sweetheart Ball Court 3; Mixed Choir 2; Bookstore Assistant 3,4; Homecoming Court 4; FHA2; DAR Award. JEFFERY MARK HILTON Basketball 4; Entered from Wauwatusa East, Wauwatusa, Wisconsin 4. Vv LOLA MARIE HIPES GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS Club 4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Tumbling Club 1; Mixed Choir 1. JOAN MARIE HOCHSTETLER Pep Club 4; Jr. Classical League 3,4, Treasurer 4; Art Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 4. LINDA JUNE HODSON AFS Club 4; Future Teachers 4; Sunshine Society 4; Pep Club 4; Northwesterner Staff 4; Entered from Cass High School 4. CONNIE LOUISE HUBBARD GAA 1,2.3,4; Pep Club 1.2.3.4; Christian Service Club 4; Music Record Club 1. PATMCIA ANN JACKSON G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Christian Service Club 2,4, President 4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Music Record Club 1. SHIRLEY JEAN JAENICKE Pep Club 4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Entered from Kokomo High School 3. STEVEN KENT JARVIS N-Club 4; Mask Gavel 4; Conservation Club 3,4; Operators Club 3; Football 4; Entered from Eastern 3. RONALD JOSEPH JONES Conservation Club 2; F.F.A. 4; Entered from Mooresville High School 2. SHARON KAY KELLAR G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 4; Christian Service Club 1; Sunshine Society 4; Mixed Choir 1,2; Entered from Kokomo High School 1. MICHAEL D. KEPNER Conservation Club 1,2,3,4. SANDRA SUE KESSLER GAA 1,2.3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Mask and Gavel 3,4, Vice-President 4; AFS2; Sunshine Society 3,4; Jr. Classical League 1,2. Secretary 2; Class Play 3.4; Secretary 1; Varsity Cheerleader 4. ADA MARIE HSER GAA 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; B-Choir 3; Mixed Choir 2; Music Record Club 1. LYNN RAY KISTLER N-Club 2,3,4, Sgt. of Arms 3; Student Council 4, President 4; Student Body President 4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS 3,4; Class Vice-President 3; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Football 2.3,4, Ball Hawk MIC Team 4; Class Play 3,4; National Student Council Convention 4; Entered from Eastern High School 2. NHUONG THI LAM AFS Club 4, Vice- President 4; Sunshine Society 4; French Club 4; AFS Student from South Vietnam. K J ' y!t 1 i Hflk HARRY GEORGE KNIPE _! w A Chorale 4; •fs n r Hj H Pep Band 1,2; v_ B i B Conservation Club 1,2; ■ w Mask and Gavel 3,4; . m AFS 3,4; m Science-Math 2; . r H Band 1,2.3,4, Vice-President 1 3, President 4; K B Concert Choir 2,3,4; K B Stage Band 1,2,3,4. 1 W m- ' A ' " iJSmI I SUZANNE LESLIE M Mt m Pep Club 4; B f i P|flHH|| Mask and Gavel 4; B ' 5 B i Future Teachers 3; Hpk — H AFS Club 4; H N. -yt Sunshine Club 2.3.4; P H Jr. Classical League 3; K B Entered from Kentland High School. Kentland. Indiana 2. JAMES WOODROW MADDOX Conservation Club 3,4. VIVIAN LUCILLE MARNER Pep Club 2,3,4; Entered from Kokomo 2. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Mask Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; B Choir 2,3; Entered from Kokomo 2 FRANK CARY MCCLELLAND National Honor Society 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Mask Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 3; Science-Math Club 2,4; Band 1,2,3. NANCY PARRISH MICHAEL G.A.A. 1,2; Student Council 2; Chorale 2.3; Pep Club 2,3; Mask Club 3.4; AFS Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 1; Jr. Classical League 1,2; Robed Choir 2.3,4. JUDY FERN MILLER Pep Club 4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Entered from Eastern 3. Linda diane mitchell Pep Club 4; Mask Gavel 3,4; A.F.S. 3,4; Class Play 3; Entered from Kokomo High School. LONNIE RICHARD MOSS N-Club 2,3,4; Chorale 2; Conservation Club 1,2,3; Mask Gavel 4; A.F.S. 2,3,4; Jr. Classical League 2; Yearbook Photographer 1,2; Newspaper 3; Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Freshman Choir 1; Robed Choir 2. RUTH ANNE NELSON National Honor Society 2,3,4; GAA 1; Student Council 4; Chorale 2,3,4; Christian Service Club 4, Vice-President 4; Mask and Gavel 3; Future Teachers 2,3,4, President 4; FHA 2; Class Play 3,4; College Exploratory 1; Concert Choir 2,3,4; Freshman Choir. GREGORY LYNN MOSS National Honor Society 2.3,4; Mask Si Gavel 4; A.F.S. 3; Science-Math 2,4; Jr. Classical League 1,2; Photography 2; College Exploratory 1; Freshman Choir 1; Mixed Choir 2,4; B- Choir 3, WILLIAM HENRY MYERS National Honor Society 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; N-Club 3,4; Student Council 2,3, Treasurer 3; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS 3,4, Treasurer 3,4; Jr. Classical League 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 4; Intramural 3; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; FootbaU 1,2,3,4; MIC Team 4; Boy ' s State Delegate 3; Yearbook Staff, Ass ' t Editor 4; Class Play 3,4; Rotary 4. RITA SUE OBERMEYER GAA 2,3, Vice-President 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS 3,4; Sunshine Society 2.3,4; Mixed Choir 1.2; Class Play 3. JUDITH KAY OYLER National Honor Society 3 4- GAA 1,2.3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; Future Teachers 1,2,3; AFS Club 4, Secretary 4; Sunshine Society 4; FHA 2; Class Play 3.4; Freshman Choir 1; Concert Choir 2.3,4; College Exploratory 1; Class Secretary 3,4. DREVIS PANGBURN GAA 1,2,3,4, Point Recorder 3, Treasurer 4; Chorale 4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 1,3; Christian Service Club 4, Sec. - Treas. 4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Twirling 1.2; Band 1,2,4; Mixed Choir 1,2; Concert Choir 4; Stage Band 1,2,4; Bookstore Ass ' t 3,4. ' ■ ' WI BLAINE LEE PENCE N-Club 4; Mask and Gavel 4; Conservation Club 4; Football 2,3,4. mm JACK ALAN PENTLAND P Conservation Club 4, FFA 4; Track 2; Football 2; Basketball 1,2. m NANCY JANE PEARCE National Honor Society 2,3.4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; GAA 1,2.3; Student Council 2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 2; Sunshine Society 4; Jr. Classical League 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1; College Exploratory 1; Class President 1; Class Play 3,4; Yearbook Stall 4; Girl ' s State 4; Delegate to Model U.N. 3; Band 1,2.3; Mixed Choir 1,2; Concert Choir 3,4; National JCL Convention 3. JOHN FREDERICK PENTLAND Conservation Club 1,2; FFA 1,2.3.4; AFS 3,4. KATHIE ANN POHLMAN GAA 1.2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS3,4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3.4; Mixed Choir 1,2,3; FHA 1,2,3, ROLAND CARL POHLMAN Conservation Club 4; Operators Club 1,2.3.4; Art Club 1.2,3.4. Treasurer 3; Freshman Choir 1; Mixed Chorus 2.3; Concert Choir 3,4. JACQUELINE SUSANN QUICK GAA 1,2; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Future Teachers 1,2; Sunshine Society 1,2,3,4; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4; Choir Accompanist 1,2,3,4. LINDA JEANNE RICE Sunshine Society 4; French Club 4; Entered from Bloomington High School. Bloomingto PAMELA JO HINEHART National Honor Society 2,3,4; GAA 1,2; Student Council 1; Chorale 3; Pep Club 3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS 3,4; Sunshine Society 1; French Club 1; Class Play 3,4; College Exploratory 1; Class Treasurer 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 1,2; Freshman Cheerleader 1; B-Team Cheerleader 2, Captain 2; Optimist Club Award 4. Chorale 2,3; Pep Club 1; Conservation Club 1,2,3; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS Club 4; Operators Club 3; Art Club 2,4; Football 3; Concert Choir 2.3,4; Mixed Choir 2,3. CHERYL SUE ROETHER GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Jr. Classical League 2,3.4; Northwesterner Saff 3,4, Editor-in-Chief 3; Most Valuable Staffer Award 3; GAA State Badminton Tournament 3,4. Pep Club 3; Sunshine Society 3,4; Entered from Muskego fligh School. Muskego, Wisconsin 3. STEVE THOMAS RUNYON Conservation Club 3,4; Football 2; Entered from Kokomo High School 2. WKI i M ■f g B v lfll l SUSAN JANE SCHWARTZ ■ HHBH GAA 1,2; audent Council 1; Pep Club 1; Mask and Gavel 3,4; AFS Club 2,3.4, Secretary 3, President 4; T French Club 2; Cheerleading 1,2.3,4, Captain 4; Class Play 3; Sweetheart Ball Court 2; Bicycle Court 3; Concert Choir 2,3,4; T . Freshman Choir; L ' 1. Yearbook Staff 4; 1 ! . AFS Student Chapter Representative 3.4; Homecoming Queen 4. DONAL GENE SCOTT Ry| HhK " »k N-Club 3,4; FFA 1,2.3.4; H| |r B Conservation Club 1,2,3,4; B , W M Track 1,2,3,4; He j l r 1 Basketball 2,4; K S H Cross Country 2,3. [JH G ARY LEE SEBREE Entered from Maconaquah High School 4. RITA CAELENE SPENCER GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS4; Sunshine Society 2,3,4; Jr. Classical League 2,3; French Club 3; Mixed Choir 1.2. DAVID LEE SPRINGER N-Club 3,4; Chorale 3: Library Club 4; Pep Club 1; Operators Club 1,2.3; Basketball Manager 2; Football Manager 3,4. LEONARD WAYNE STEVENS Conservation Club 3,4; Cross Country 3; Entered from Kokomo High School 3. DANA LEE TURNER N-Club 2,4; Chorale 2,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS Club 4; Science-Math 2; Jr. Classical League 2; Concert Choir 2.4; Football Manager 2.4; Track Manager 1,4; Baseball Manager 2,3; Track 2; Intramural 2; attended Kentucky Military Academy 3. TAUFER LYNN WESTNER LINDA JEAN WILLIAMS GAA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Mask and Gavel 4; AFS Club 3,4; Sunshine Society 1,2,3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mixed Choir 2; Freshman Choir. BEVERLY JO WILSON Pep Club 4; Sunshine Society 3; Jr. Classical League 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3,4. GILBERT GRAHAM WMKEL m Kfiip i l ri -ij LILLIE MAUDE WOLFE GAA 1; Christian Service Club 2,3,4; Sunshine Society 3,4; Concert Choir 3,4; Mask Gravel 4. I IH IVANELL WRIGHT B -« JH Sunshine Society 3,4; Jr. Classical League 2,3,4. ■ v y f KENNETH RAY WRIGHT Conservation Club 3,4; Entered from Kokomo High School 3. The seniors provide the leadership in the Student Council. They are: Becky Grau, Lynn Kistler, Dick Ellsworth, and Ruth Nelson. Judy and Mark lookforward eagerly to that day in May. This year ' s class sponsors: Mr. Whitmer, Mr. Clark, Mrs. Eller, and Mr. Williams, seem to enjoy planning the activities of the Sen- ior Class, such as the magazine sales. Leading the activities of the Senior class this year are: Judy Oyler, Sec; Dick Ellsworth, Pres.; Bill Myers, Treas. You ' ve been warned not to keep all those things in your locker. I ' m sure she was around here somewhere? It sure makes a guy feel better to have his tiger with him. I just can ' t do a thing right if that crazy rib- bon doesn ' t stay put ! JUNIORS Mr. Monroe, Mr. Raper, Mrs. Shipley, and Mrs. Douglass help the juniors plan their many activities. Jim Alexander Bob Allen Cindy Bailey Steve Barker John Bassett Jim Beach Jeffery Beaver Elisha Bennett Jackie Bennett Thomas Best Roger Blanton Patty Bostic Rick Bostic Sue Ann Buell Judy Burns Jim Canady Janice Canady Glenda Chalk Pat Cherry Marjorie Colter Phil Conwell Peggy Cook Norma Cook Jayne Countryman Karen Courts These able officers lead the Junior Class in the activities of the year. (L-R): Bill Herrell, Pres.; Jim Reopstorff, Vice- Pres.; Sharon Nickle, Treas.; and Peggy Cook, Sec. Jim Craig Gerald Creason Rick Crites Connie Daily Ruth Denman Mike Duke Judy Eller Steve Elmore Steve Ely Marcia Engle Larry Fisher Debbie Frier Paul Gerhard Carl Gillaspy Steve Gingerich Janet Graham Mike Graham Bill Greely Peggy Hall Janet Hamilton John Hanson Fred Harrell David Hartman Sue Hawthorne Jeff Hayes Representing the Junior Class as Student Coun- cil members are (L-R): Paul Gerhard, ICathy Proctor, Marjorie Kelly, and Alan Williams. Ben Heath Jim Hemstreet Susie Henry Bill Herrell Larry Hilligoss Brenda Hinesley Joyce Johnson Mark Kearney Joe Keating Marjorie Kelley Lawrence Kessler Janis Kitts Jay KLotz Peggy Lamberson Harry Lindley Loretta Lutsch Alexis Lybrook Margaret Maher Michelle Maher Carol Mason Ed Mason Daniel Ray Mattox Jeff McCoy Freddie Miller Janet Miller Brenda Mitchell Carolyn Monroe Mike Morgan Marlene Mullins Charles Mumaw Linda Musselman Charles Name Sharon Nickle Carla Nolte John O ' Donnell Cathy Oldaker Chris Orem Linda Orr Mike Ortman Stan Ortman Rachel Parrott Dave Petropolis Suzanne Pfeiffer Richard Phillabaum Steve Pier Shirley Plotner Bruce Prifogle Gene Prifogle Kenny Prifogle Kathy Proctor Cheryl Rayls Sandy Rayls Charles Robison Donna Robison Jim Roepstorff John Roesler Jim Rossman Bob Seals Pam Seward Kent Shipley Our intelligent Juniors ? Randyl Shook Sandra Shrock David Smith Mike Stanley Gloria Stidham Sandy Stone Kathy Sullivan Gay Taskey Ronald Teel Richard Templin Jennifer Tennent Mike Thomas Karen Thompson Carolyn Townsend Ann Tucker Steve Turner Dale Tygart Ralph Underwood Jim Vega Betty Webb Susan Webb Howard Weeks Winky Welling Marilyn White Cheryl Whiteman Alan Williams Dianna Wilson John Wright MORES I i w The Sophomore sponsors, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. K. Owen, and Mr. Coverdale, help pre- pare the class for their roll as upperclass- men. Susie Allen Sharon Baker Barbara Banthien Mike Barker Connie Beahrs Marcia Beam Kevin Black Don Bolan Theresa Bontrager Kip Bowman Wayne Brown Tim Brubaker Dan Campbell Kathleen Cherry Carolyn Cleaver Tom Coffee Martha Colter Melinda Couk Jim Countryman Betty Cowgill Gerald Creason Karen Crites Kathy Croddy Cozette Drum Jerry Eads Hf i Gary Eller Gene Ferguson Mark Fouch Mark Francis Kathy Freed Charles Goad Rebecca Graves Jim Greely Bill Groome Sandi Guyer Debbie Hall Sachiko Haraguehi Jackie Harrison David Henry Doug Hight Sharon Hightower Peggy Hinders Patty Hodson Charles Hosier Nancy Jackson Kathy Kessler Steve Kidwell Linda Kistler Catherine Kuntz Christine Kuntz The Sophomore Class officers are David Henry, Pres.; Barb Banthien, Vice Pres.; Melinda Couk, Sec; John Webb, Treas. They can ' t seem to find the class meet- ing. Robert Lake Nancy Leicht Elizabeth Lewis Jim Lindley Sue Lipp Mary Lorenz Bruce Ludwig Tom Maher Larry Marner Mary Marner Virginia Marschand Susan Martin Suann Mason Linda McDuffie Marie Mcllratli Linda Meister Roma Moss Marlene Mote Joe Oyler Sharon Phillabaum Representing the Soph- omore Class as Student Councilme mber s are ( L - R) : Virginia Mar- schand, Jim Country- man, Kevin Black, and Kathy Kessler. t t(t ' f Si ' THIS IS AN ENGINE! ' Marcia, does your little finger really help? David Pine William Powell Diana Prifogle Gail Reed Tom Rhine Victoria Ritz Lee Rohrer Ray Rossman Chuck Rupley Valerie Shelby Greg Simmons Carolyn Smith Dorothy Smith ' Sharon Stahl Teresa Stephen Steve Stockdale Marilyn Stout James Stunkard 4 Doug Sutherland Patsy Sutterfield Super pumpkin strikes again ! Determination ! ? ! Angela Thompson Bill Trine Carolyn Trump Carolyn VanSickle Greg Wall John Webb John Whiteford Pat Williams Cheryl Wilson Loretta Wilson David Winegardner David Wolfe Connie Woodroof ORGANIZATIONS Student Body President Lynn ' ' i ■ J ' ! A.F.S. CLUB ROW 1, (L.-R.): Mrs. Shipley, Sponsor; B. Myers, Treas.; J. Oyler, Sec; Vina Lam, V.-Pres.; S. Schwartz, Pres.; L. Hipes, J. Bailey, C. Banthien, M. Getz, N. Michael, C. Oram, P. Rinehart, B. Grau, L. Mitchell, S. Leslie. ROW 2: M. Hodson, S. Coins, C. Daily, M. Daily, R. Spencer, K. Pohiman, J. Brown, C. Roether, L. Wolfe, J. Fisher, K. Cuttriss, S. Martin, M. Hershberger, C. Guyer, S. Clark, K. Hamilton. ROW 3: W. Welling, S. Hawthorne, S. Eng- land, L.Williams, K. Proctor, M. White, P. Bostic, J. Hamilton, M. Kelly, R. Denman, C. Chalk, J. Kitts, D. Wilson, P. Cook, C. Whiteman, K. Courts. ROW 4: C. Mason, M. Maher, S. Buell, J. Countryman, S. Webb, S. Rayls, G. Stidham, C. Rayls, L. Mussleman, J. Canady, N. Cook, B. Webb, P. Lamberson, L. Lutsch, S. Pfeiffer, V. Shelby. ROW 5: N. Jackson, K. Kessler, M. Couk, K. Freed, K. Crites, L. Kistler, S. Guyer, P. WiUiams, N. Leicht, M. Beam, B. Banthien, J. Harrison, M. Lorenze, M. Marner, D. Prigogle, S. Haraguchi, K. Frazer, A. Tucker. ROW 6: D. Smith, H. Weeks, J. Roepstorff, K. Prifogle, J. Klotz, R. Mattox, C. Woodroof, V. Ritz, L. Wilson, M. Maher, A. Lybrook, M. Mullins, R. Parrott, B. Hinesley, D. Frier, J. Johnson, G. Taskey. ROW 7: J. Craig, B. Greely, S. Ely, J. Alexander, F. Harrell, V. Drum, H. Eller, C. Roberts, J. Pentland, P. Hall, S. Phillabaum, V. Marschand, S. Mason, B. Strebin, M. Stout. ROW 8: R. Bostic, S. Jarvis, F. Degler, R. Ferguson, D. Moss, R. Denman, D. Ells- worth, R. Hensley, D. Welling, J. Burtcher, J. Breisch, M. Daily, L. Kistler. ROW 9: M. Ortman, J. Hanson, J. Beach, H. Knipe, K. Shipley, J. Canady, A. Williams, C. Robison, P. Gerhard. Northwestern candidates for the A.F.S. summer pro- gram this year are Kent Shipley and Pam Seward. Both are now anxiously awaiting word from New York as to which has been chosen. An interesting experience for all the Guyer family has been having Vina in their home for the past year. (L. to R.) Rosemary, Sandi, Cindi, Mr. Guyer, Vina, Mrs. Guyer, and Charley. Vina ' s American sisters, Cindy and Sandy Guyer, find that all girls have similar interests. Vina Lam, our foreign exchange student from South Viet Nam, models her native costume, the envy of many Northwestern girls. AF.S. BUS TOUR All good things must come to an end, but the friendship is lasting. NHS students and AFS guests enjoy a swim party at Schwartz ' s. Soccer, A European favorite sport, demonstrates the AFS ' ers athletic abUity. STUDENT COUNCIL ROW 1 (L. to R.): L. Kistler, Pres.; D. Ellsworth, V.-Pres.; B. Grau, Sec; A. Williams, Treas.; Mr. Willford, Sponsor. ROW 2: S. Kitts, K. Kessler, J. Barnhart, J. Hutto, M. Sutherland, P. Gerhard. ROW 3: V. Marschand, M. Kelly, R. Nelson, K. Black, J. Countryman, K. Proctor. Mr. Williford and Marjorie Kelly seem very busy as they pre- pare for the after game pizza party sponsored by the Student Council. These students decorate for the Homecoming Dance, which is sponsored by the Student Council. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW 1, (L.-R.): B. Myers, Pres.; M. Morgan, Vice-Pres.; N. Pearce, Sec.-Treas,; D. Ellsworth, B. Grau, P. Rine- hart, J. Oyler. ROW 2: M. Hershberger, G. Moss, F. McClelland, D. Coles, S. England, D, Coles, R. Nelson, ROW 3: So BueU, P. Cook, L. Orr, M. Maher, A. Williams, D. Hartman, J. Fisher. ROW 4: Mr. Owen, Mr. Whitmer, J. Bassett, S. Ortman, M. Kearney, A. Lybrook, M. Mullins. SCIENCE-MATH ROW 1, (L.-R.): M. Morgan, Pres.; M. Stanley, Vice-Pres.; L. Hilligoss, Treas.; C. Smith, Sec. ROW 2: W. Brown, C. Name, J. Best, J. Bassett, M. Kearney. ROW 3: P. Hodson, D. Smith, J. Roesler, S. Turner, J. Hayes, B. Lake. ROW 4: Mr. Williford, F. McClelland, G. Moss, A. CampbeU, Mr. Kistler. 66 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW 1, (L.-R.): H. Eller, Pres.; R. Nelson, Vice-Pres.; S. Buell, Sec; J. Canady, S. Ely, J. Best, S. Webb. ROW 2: K. Crites, S. Martin, K. Freed, V. Ritz, J. Eller, D. Robison. ROW 3: S. Stockdale, M. Francis, J. Oyler, M. Hodson, G. Simmons, F. Harrell, R. Denman. ROW 4: Mr. Owen, M. Barker, B. Herrell, Mr. P!aper. CHRISTIAN SERVICE ROW 1, (L.-R.): Mr. Davis, P. Jackson, Pres.; R. Nelson, Vice-Pres.; D. Pangburn, Sec.-Treas. ROW 2: C. Hubbard, S. Keller, K. Albright, D. Robison, B. Cowgill. NORTHWESTERNER SEATED (L. to R.): S. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Owen. STANDING, ROW 1 (L. to R.): P. WUliams, C. Mason, S. Webb, J. Graham, S. Martin, V. Shelby, S. Mason, S. Guyer, D. Coles, D. Coles. ROW 2: V. Ritz, S. Buell, N. Leight, L. Wolfe, S. Leslie, J. Brown, M. Hodson, D. Hall, M. Mcllrath. ROW 3: S. Phillabaum, M. Getz, S. Barker, L. Rohrer, B. Powell. Typists (L.toR.): D. Coles, D. Coles, S. Guyer, K. Proctor. Vicki Ritz, Ass ' t Business Mgr. and Minai Hodson, Production Mgr. are discussing the problems of pro- duction. STAFF " ' " ■ , ... - - - 1 1 B ir»c- T s dnfx -1 r H j k y 1 1 M The major responsibilities of editing the school news- paper fall on the shoulders of Editor-in-Chief, Suzanne Pfeiffer and School Editor, Sue Buell. Sports Editor, Jerry Burtcher and Art Editor, J. C.Brelsch smile at the Photographer. Reporters, (L. to R.): V. Shelby, V. Ritz, P. Seward, S. Martin, D. Hall, S. Barker, S. Mason, C. Mason, receive their assignments for the following week. Bill Powell and Marie Mcllrath check the copies. a A. A. ROW 1 (L. to R.): Mrs. Eller, Sponsor; S. Kessler, Pres.; J. Arvin, V.-Pres.; P. Bostic, Treas.; D. Pangburn, Point Recorder; J. Brown, Sec; S. Martin. ROW 2: C. Mason, K. Cuttriss, J. Fisher, C. Hubbard, K. Pohlman, R. Spencer, C. Roether, T. Bontrager. ROW 3: S. Webb, J. Kitts, S. Rayls, P. Seward, G. Stidham, C. Rayls, L. Meister. ROW 4: M. Maher, L. Musselman, L. Orr, S. Buell, M. White, B. Mitchell, K. Proctor, D. Hall. ROW 5: N. Jackson, K. Crites, K. Kessler, M. Couk, L. Kistler, D. Smith. Planning the activities for this year ' s GAA were its officers (SEATED) Sandy Kessler, Pres.; (STANDING, L. to R.): Patty Bostic, Treas.; Janet Arvin, V. Pres.; Joan Brown, Point Recorder; and Drevis Pangburn, Sec. SUNSHINE ROW 1, (L.-R.): Mrs. Underwood, Sponsor; Mrs. Owen, Sponsor; M. Hershberger, Pres.; P. Seward, V.-Pres.; S. Rayls, Treas.; C. Guyer, Recording Sec; S. Buell, Corresponding Sec; P. Jackson, A. Kiser, L. Wolfe, C. Roether, K. Albright, D. Pangburn, S. Jaenicke, S. Kellar. ROW 2: M. Daily, K. Hamilton, M. Hodson, L. Rice, L. Hipes, L. Williams, S. England, N. Pearce, J. Quick, T. Bowley, D. Rossman, I. Wright, J. Oyler, S. Kessler, J. Arvin, K. Pohlman. ROW 3: S. Martin, C. Daily, G. Chalk, L. Musselman, B. Webb, P. Lamberson, L. Lutsch, C. Baily, C. Townsend, D. Wilson, P. Cook, C. Whiteman, C. Monroe, M. Colter, V. Shelby. ROW 4: N.Jackson, C. VanSickle, S. Stahl, M. Stout, M. Lorenz, S. Guyer, C. Wilson, B. Banthien, M. Marner, D. Prifogle, K. Frazer, B. Lewis, S. Lipp, L.Wilson, A. Thompson, A. Lybrook. ROW 5: D. Smith, C. Smith, N. Leicht, K. Kessler, J. Harrison, M. Couk, M. Beam, P. Williams, L. Kistler, P. Sutterfield, M. Colter, C. Beahrs, C. Woodroff, L. Meister, M. Mcllrath, S. Haraguehi. ROW 6: S. Mason, S. Martin, V. Marschand, S. Phillabaum, C. Drum, K. Cherry, L. McDuffie, B. Cow- gill, T. Stephens, T. Bontrager, S. Allen, C. Trump, S. Baker, V. Lam, R. Spencer. ROW 7: A. Tucker, P. Hodson, K. Freed, G. Taskey, B. Hinesley, D. Frier, R. Parrot, M. Mullins, M. Maher, J. Fisher, S. Clark, K. Cuttriss, K. Sullivan, A. Bennett, K. Thompson, C. Hubbard. ROW 8: M. Maher, S. Webb, D. Robison, J. Countryman, L. Orr, N.Cook, J. Kitts, J. Canady, K. Proctor, J. Hamilton, C. Nolte, S. Henry, B. Mitchell, J. Eller, J. Miller, K. Courts. ROW 9: J. Tennent, J. Miller, S. Pfieffer, K. Crites, G. Stidham, C. Rayls, M. White, P. Bostic, C. Mason, S. Les- lie, J. Johnson. Sandy Rayls sells Janet Arvin Christmas Bows, which ispartof Sunshine ' smajor money making project. Part of this money goes to Riley Hospital. MASK GAVEL ROW 1 (L.-R.) Mr. Williams, C. Banthien, Pres.; S. Kessler, Vice-Pres.; B. Grau, Sec; K. Shipley, Treas.; S. Coins, M. Daily, J. Oyler, J. Arvin, L. Hipes, J. Bailey, S. Schwartz, M. Getz, N. Michael, P. Rinehart. ROW 2: W. Welling, S. Hawthorne, N. Pearce.R. Spencer, K. Pohlman, J. Brown, C. Roether, L. Wolfe, J. Fisher, K. Cuttriss, S. Martin, C. Guyer, S. Clark, K. Hamilton. ROW 3: C. Mason, M. Maher, S. England, L. Williams, K. Procter, J. Hamilton, L. Lutsch, C. Bailey, P. Lamberson, K. Frazer, K. Albright, D. Pangburn, L. Mitchell, A. Tucker, S. Leslie. ROW 4: J.Craig, S. Rayls, C. Stidham, C. Rayls, S. Pfeitfer, G. Taskey, J. Johnson, D. Frier, B. Hinesley, G. Chalk, R. Parrott, M. MuUins, A. Lybrook, M. Maher. ROW 5: A. Williams, H. Knipe, D. Smith, H. Weeks, K. Prifogle, S. Guyer, J. Hemstreet, M. Kearney, R. Templin, A. Campbell, G. Moss, F. McClelland. ROW 6: B. Myers, S. Jarvis, J. Beach, J. Hanson, R. Bostic, J. Klotz, C. Roberts, D. Moss, D. Ellsworth, R. Hensley, D. Welling. ROW 7: F. Degler, R. Ferguson, J. Breisch, J. Burtcher, M. Daily, L. Kistler. ART CLUB ROW 1 (L.-R.) C. Coins, Pres.; C. Roberts, Vice-Pres.; J. Hochstetler, Sec; D. Coles, Treas.; D. Coles. ROW 2: R. Moss, B. Wilson, A. Clevenger, D. Clevenger, Mr. Black. ROW 3: J. Greely, C. Croddy, R. Pohlman, J. Beach. ROW 4: B. Greely, G. Prifogle, M. Kearney, D. Henry. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ROW 1, (L.-R.): C. Robison, Pres,; B. Allen, V.-Pres.; S. Ortman, Sec; M. Ortman, Treas.; R. Crites, Reporter; S. Barker, Sentinel; B, Pence, J. Pentland, J. Pentland, G. Harris, G. Elmore. ROW 2: M. Graham, P. Conwell, S. Barker, B. Prifogle, D, Hartman, J. Alexander, G. Prifogle, J. Wright, G. Creason, R, Jones. ROW 3: B. Lovelace, S. Kidwell, G. EUer, J. Lindley, G. Creason, T. Rhine, B, Achor, M. Tygart, D. Heinmiller, D, KeUey. ROW 4: M. Crites, J. Bell, M. Reneau, L. Beahrs, L. Smith, M. Hensley, E. Reinke, M. Prifogle, L. Seals, K. Rogers. ROW 5: R. Reneau, Mr. Gilbert, D. Freeman. OPERATORS CLUB ROW 1, (L.-R.): B. Allen, L. HiUigoss, L.Kessler, S. Ely, J. Canady, C. Rupley. ROW 2: Mr. Clark, J. Bassett, B. Ludwig, G. Creason, J. Alexander, P. ConweU, D. Springer. ROW 3: D. Pine, C. Orem, L. Fisher, J. Beaver, J. Rossman, L. Marner, D. WoUe. PANORAMA 1 ; " ---.-ij I ROW 1, (L.-R.): S. Clark, S. Schwartz, B. Grau, P. Rinehart, C. Banthien, N. Pearce, M. Hershberger. ROW 2: B. Myers, D. Ellsworth, R. Hensley, M. Morgan, F. Degler, H. Eller, Mr. Clark. ROWS: C. Robinson, A. Williams, M. Ortman. ■ g n -■«« ■ SCI ny ■ pfl| K2 1 m |a ■■ 1 W r M g . i -. 3 ■lllH nEti ■ " -■ ' ■ " " " B HBHHHHH9lfl HH Roger Hensley and Dick Ellsworth, business man- agers, took care of the financial problems en- countered In the publication of the yearbook. Just remember girls, each error is in triplicate! Typists this year were Chris Banthien, Susan Schwartz, Pam Rinehart, and Sandy Clark. STAFF The major responsibility for planning the book and assigning the work on putting it out fell to the Editors. Mary Hershberger served as Editor this year with Bill Myers as her assistant. Mike Morgan, Junior Editor, will use the experience gained this year when he becomes Editor next year. No yearbook can be better than the pictures in it. Photographers this year were Mike Ortman, Charlie Robison, and Alan Williams. Is that one L or two? Is it ei or ie? Worrying over problems like these are the proofreaders, Howard Eller, Nancy Pearce, Becky Grau, and Frank Degler. LIBRARIANS CLUB SEATED (L. to R.): K. Frazer, D. Coles, Mrs. Cline, L. Hipes, D. Coles. STANDING (L. to R.): K. Thompson, P. Hodson, K. Proctor, K. Kessler, K. Sullivan, S. Martin, M. Engle, D. Springer. CONSERVATION CLUB ROW 1 (L. to R.): M. Kepner, S. Gingerich, G. Prifogle, C. Rupley, R. Pohlman, S. Barker, G. Harris. ROW 2: R. Templin, J. O ' Donnell, S. Barker, B. Prifogle, J. McCoy, J. Maddox, S. Runyon. ROW 3: C. Hosier, S. Stockdale, R. Bolan, B. Herrell, F. Rossman, D. Scott, S. Jarvis. ROW 4: M. Thomas, S. Ortman, M. Duke, K. Wright, Mr. Raper, Sponsor. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE ROW 1 (L. to R.): I. Wright, Consul; P. Seward, Consul; L. Orr, Scriba; J. Hochstetler, Quaestor; N. Pearce, L. Meister, M. Mcllrath. ROW 2: B. Wilson, E. Bennett, K. Cherry, S. Martin, S. Lipp, B. Lewis, D. Hall, J. Quick. ROW 3: J. Hemstreet, P. Cherry, C. Mumaw, D. Henry, L. Rohrer, J. Stunkard, J. Eads, F. Miller. ROW 4: Mrs. Underwood, Sponsor. E ■ ' ' " " " ' " P V P iV 3lXt v l :- ' ' nB . o £r Iff Ar lp m OJ L I H I Mr ;1 1 ■L 1 ; -p M ' f FRENCH CLUB R PB S9 ■ B Bf 1 fk HUi K .Jjpili H V l h ■L« »Jfl fr H 1 jy ft jESM 1 H i i v ' ' x( H ■ F " iByiw||ay ' --- - ■ ' ' 1 k H w A ii M lllk ' y«VB H -t 1 1 . jE ' S V il f ii HUjN _ ■m.j9F |r ' l BjjJ— .. " ,■ ' ——- — - J Hf JP d mm -;3 — :::-?: - ■ i •T Hv to 11% 1 r. ' 4 i L j ROW 1 (L. to R.): S. Guyer, E. Bennett, D. Pangburn, Treas.; P. Seward, Pres.; Mrs. Davis, Sponsor; R. Nelson, Sec; S. Leslie, P. Lamberson, J. Hochstetler. ROW 2: J. Gilbert, K. Sullivan, R. Mattox, M. Kearney, B. Hinsley, K. Thompson, K. Kessler. ROW 3: V. Drum, G. Moss, L. Fisher, M. Stout, J. Craig. ROW 1 (L. to R.): V. Drum, Pres.; D. Pangburn, V.-Pres.; M. Morgan, Sec; V. Lam, M. Hershberger. ROW 2: M. Stanley, C. Orem, L. Rice, J. Kitts. ROW 3: V. Marchand, C. Trump, D. Smith, C. Drum, Mrs. Owen, Sponsor. GERMAN CLUB N-CLUB ROW 1, (L.-R.): R. Ferguson, Pres.; D. Ellsworth, V.Pres.; F. Degler, Sec.-Treas.; R. Hensley, Sgt. at Arms; J.C. Breisch, M. Daily, B. Myers, L. Kistler. ROW 2: R. Denman, J. Burtcher, D. Springer, B. Pence, S. Barker, D. Moss, D. Welling. ROW 3: C. Robison, M. Ortman, P. Gerhard, P. Cherry, K. S hipley, S. Jarvis, D. Hartman, R. Bostic. ROW 4: A.Williams, C. Name, J. Hanson, C. Mumaw, J. Canady, G. Prifogle, W. Brown. ROW 5: J. Beach, B. Herrell, M. Barker, J. Oyler, D. Henry, G. Elmore, M. Fouch. ROW 6: Mr. Kistler, Sponsor; Mr. Hoban, Spon- sor; Mr. Keaffaber, Sponsor. TUMBLING CLUB D. Wright, D. Erickson, D. Right, P. Kessler, D. Arvin, L. Rohrer, R. Crites, P. Clark, J. Burtcher, J. Breisch, P. Lamberson, K. Horoho, M. Grahm, J. Trice, S. Jarvis, K. Croddy, M. Crites, K. Kuntz, K. Kuntz. SCHOOL DAZE Dissolve slowly, and stir continuously. Kevin to the rescue! It would appear that master chefs don ' t always see eye to eye. Mr. Clark risks life and limb to guard the south hall each noon. It looks as if reinforcemen ts are needed. A THLETICS I Baseball ROW 1 (L. to R.): J. C. Breisch, J. Beech, E. Mason, F. Degler, L. Kistler. ROW 2: D. Smith, J. O ' Donnell, M. Kearney, B. Herrell, D. Hartman, R. Bostic. ROW 3: Mr. Kistler, Coach; A. Williams, R. Ferguson, R. Denman, C. Name, J. Oyler. Outstanding baseball players were Bill Herrell, batting champion, and J.C. Breisch, most valuable player. J. C. Breisch was on the MIC second Team. 1965 Baseball Season Tigers Opponents 9 Carroll 6 7 Maconaquah 14 3 Clinton Central 5 Western 1 3 Eastern 4 1 Fairmount 9 4 Southwood 1 1 Maconaquah 4 3 Western 4 6 North Miami 1 5 Oak Hill 6 4 Cass 5 1 Eastern 2 Randy Denman, the number one moundsman for the Tigers, was se- lected as pitcher of the MIC Second Team. Cross Country Coach Rodibaugh greeted 34 candidates for the 1965 cross-country season, 25 of these boys were on the squad at the end of the season. The season was high- lighted with the fine running of team captain John Hanson, who established a new school record, running 10:49. Other top runners were Chuck Mumaw, Mark Fouch, Rick Bostic, David Hartman, Wayne Brown, Tom Rhine, Kenny Prifogle and Ben Heath. Although the team was hit with injuries throughout the season, they turned in a commendable record, winning 4 meets and losing 2 meets in two, three and four way meets. The running Tigers placed 3rd in the Conference, North Miami Invitational and Bennett Invitational meets, 17th in the Shortridge Invitational and 10th in the Sectionals. Since the team was made up of under-classmen, much can be expected from these boys next year. The freshman team turned in a record of 8 wins and an 8th place in the Shortridge Invitational. Most of their wins were with Jr. Varsity teams. The following boys were on the Freshman team: Mike Varnau, John Trice, Fred Hayes, Joe Orr, Mike Calveard, Larry Beach, Mike Sutherland, Ed Allen, Mike Harris, and Jeff Chapman. — f-f— fl ROW 1 (L. to R.): P. Cherry, manager, J. Trice, J. Orr, J. Chapman, F. Hayes, M. Varneau, M. Calvert, E. Allen, M. Sutherland, L. Beach, M. Harris. ROW 2: G. Elmore, K. Prifogle, B. Heath, M. Fouch, J. Hanson, W. Brown, R. Bostic, D. Hartman, T. Rhine, C. Mumaw, Coach Rodibaugh. ROW 3: D. Smith, A. Williams, D. Hite. Record Breaking The 1965 Tigers compile the best season record in Northwestern ' s history with a 5-3-1, which allowed them to gain a tie with Oak Hill for third place in the conference. The year opened on a good note as the Tigers stormed past White ' s Institute with a 33-6 win in which our offense showed great potential. The following week the Western Panthers surprised the Tigers with a 25-0 shutout, and remained unbeaten the rest of the season. The first home game of the year saw Northwestern regain its winning ways with a bang and crushed Southwood 46-0 in a game which saw the Tigers score twice before they ever ran an offensive play. Once again the tables were turned, however, and in a free scoring battle Cass overcame the Tigers 54-20. ROW !:■ J. G. Breisch, R. Felguson, S. :Bai ker, M. Daily, •D.Elfsworth. B. Myers, B ' . enc R. ' PenmaB. L. Kistler. R. Hensley, S. Jarvis, D. Moss, J. Burtcher. ROW 2: D. Welling, J. Beach, B. Herrell, M. Ortman, Jr€««ady,J. 0 ' Donnell G. Creason, C. Robison, E.. Mason, M. Kearney, G. Prifogle, P. Gerhai-d, D. Henry. ROWS: T. Maher, Season For 1965 The following game was close and exciting all the way to the final gun as Oak Hill and North- westernfoughttoa7-7 tie. Beyondadoubt the high point of the season came on October 8th when the Tigers became the first county team ever to beat Eastern. The 13-0 shutout featured scoring plays at the very end of each half and kept the fans on the edge of their seats all the way. In a frustrating game which saw the Tigers repeatedly stopped inside the 10 yard line, Northwestern fell to Maconaquah 14-7 in the 1965 Homecoming game. Our Tigers finished up the season in fine style with two victories. North Miami was defeated by a second half comeback effort on a mud and water filled field 20-7 and two extra points proved to be the difference as the fighting Tigers closed out the season at home with a 20-18 triumph over Fairmount. LynnKistler, Bill Myers, J. C. Breisch and Steve Barker were elected to the MIC Conference Team. A jt ■ K. Black, B. Groome, J. Countryman. I ..-N Rohrer, G. Wall, D.Springer. ROW 4: C( n T.,i„,. w .„ T .. ».„._u„ ,-M.,;Henslev, B ' . Lo, j . Moss, J. Webb,- J. Eacis, ' J. Oyler, M. Barker, G.Creason, L. sgpach Kistler, B. Greely; C. Hosier. S. Stockdale. G. Ashcraft. Senior Mr. Kistler, Head Coach. Steve Barker, Guard Captain, Tackling Award, All MIC Offensive Team. J. C. Breisch, Halfback Most Valuable Player Award, All MIC Offensive Team. Mr. Keaffaber, Backfield Coach. Jerry Burtcher, Halfback. Mr. Frank, Line Coach and Trainer. Mike Daily, Fullback. Randy Denman, End MIC Honorable Mention. Standouts Dick Ellsworth, Tackle. Ron Ferguson, Tackle. Roger Hensley, End MIC Honorable Mention. -raw Steve Jarvis, Guard. Lynn Kistler, Quarterback Ballhawk Award, All MIC Defensive Team. Dick Moss, Halfback MIC Honorable Mention. Bill Myers, Center All MIC Offensive Team. Blaine Pence, Tackle. The " Fighting Tigers " receive a dose of spirit at a pep session. H PI ■ !? wSSt Pr Iflrm Ssi y I .-vs. 3S ri 1 ■it l tt ( " jM fv ■iic jV j r 9 M 1 1 9 1 Locker room preparation. No game is complete without the fans. Throwing the opponent for a loss. Goal line stand. Gang tackling by the stalwart defense. Two promising juniors received awards. Eddie Mason tied for the " Ballhawk Award " and Mike Ortman received MIC Honorable Mention. FIRST OFFENSIVE TEAM ROW 1 (L. to R.): R. Hensley, R. Ferguson, S. Barker, B. Myers, M. Ortman, J. Canady, R. Denman. ROW 2: J. Breisch, M. Daily, L. Kistler, D. Moss. FIRST DEFENSIVE TEAM ROW 1 (L. to R.): R. Hensley, D. Ellsworth, M. Ortman, B. Myers, B. Pence, R. Denman. ROW 2: D. Moss, J. Breisch, G. Prifogle, S. Barker, E. Mason, L. Kistler. ' 65- ' 66 Basketball STANDING, (L.-R.): M. Hilton, E. Mason, R. Bostic, J. Oyler, L. Kistler, R. Denman, R. Ferguson, A. Williams, B. Herrell, J. Roesler, D. Hartman, K. Prifogle. KNEELING, (L.-R.): J. Beach, Coach Keaffaber, D. Welling. Northwestern ' s Basketball Tigers opened the season at home with Rossville on November 12th. Back from last year ' s team were often starters Lynn Kistler, Dave Hartman, and Randy Denman. Newcomers were Ken Prifogle, a transfer from Kokomo, John Roesler, a transfer from Syracuse, Indiana, and Mark Hilton from Milwaukee, Wiscon- sin. Several Juniors and Sophomore Joe Oyler rounded out the team. Then Windfall invaded the Tig-arena and left with a hard fought, one point victory. This seemed to set the stage for several more " one point " defeats. The Tigers then suffered defeat by a strong Pioneer club. The Saturday, following Thanksgiving, was a bad night as Fairmount left with a " one point " victory, in an overtime, on a basket by a substitute who " threw " the ball in as the buzzer sounded. Dave Hartman had his season high of 16 points. Northwestern won its first game, over Western, on a basket by Ed Mason with 14 seconds remaining, and lost to Lewis Cass the following night by " one point " . Randy Denman was high with 16. Then came the 4-Way Tourney. Eastern defeated the Tigers 3 points after leading by 16 points going into the fourth quarter. The tight Northwestern press netted the Tigers 30 points in the final stanza. Eastern went on to win the tourney over Sharpsville. After a defeat by Conference Champions Maconaquah the Bengals were given their fourth " one point " loss by Eastern. Northwestern began the new year with a defeat by Sharpsville. Delphi furnished us our second victory in a close battle down to the wire. The following night the boys played one of their better ballgames against a once beaten Clinton Central five, but lost after every Tiger had entered the scoring column and played well. The team played another good game at Oak Hill, but lost the battle of free throws against a much stronger team, after scoring an equal number of field goals. Probably the poorest game of the year was played at Carroll, but the Tigers picked themselves up by their bootstraps and defeated a highly touted Northfield five the following night. The team continued its winning ways at Sheridan the next week. The Tigers closed out the season on the bright side with a good win over North Miami followed by a two point defeat to strong Hamilton Heights in an overtime. Northwestern looks with optimism toward the upcoming Sectional Tournament at Kokomo. Rick Bostic Junior Guard Randy Denman Senior Center Dave Hartman Junior Guard Bill Herrell Junior Forward Ron Ferguson Senior Center SEASON Northwestern 55 Northwestern 54 Northwestern 49 Northwestern 75 Northwestern 65 Northwestern 69 Holiday Northwestern 66 Northwestern 52 Northwestern 61 Northwestern 70 Northwestern 59 Northwestern 66 Northwestern 64 Northwestern 63 Northwestern 65 Northwestern 73 Northwestern 64 Northwestern 67 Northwestern 68 Sectional Northwestern 65 Northwestern 46 Mark Hilton Senior Guard Lynn Kistler Senior Forward Ed Mason Junior Guard Joe Oyler Sophomore Forward Kenny Prifogle Junior Guard RECORD Rossville 70 Windfall 55 Pioneer 75 Fairmount 76(ovt.) Western 64 Cass 70 Tourney Eastern 71 Maconaquah 66 Eastern 62 Sharpsville 76 Delphi 56 Clinton Central 79 Oak Hill 75 Carroll 91 Northfield 58 Sheridan 69 North Miami 60 Hamilton Hts. 69(ovt.) Southwood 49 Tourney Windfall 40 Kokomo 64 John Roesler Junior Forward Alan Williams Junior Forward Mr. Keaffaber Head Coach B-TEAM KNEELING, (L.-R.): C. Hosier, T. Maher. STANDING: M. Barker, J. Eads, M. Francis, T. Brubaker, M. Fouch, D. Hight, G. EUer, G. Ferguson, K. Black. INTRAMURAL Roger Hensley ' s team, team 3, won the intramural tourney by winning the final game 52-43. They were, KNEELING, (L.-R.): J. Burtcher, D. Smith, P. Gerhardt, M. Ortman. STANDING: J. Lindley, D. Scott, D. Goad, R. Hensley. Tip-off to victory! V-V- Victory! This year ' s varsity cheerleaders were (BOTTOM TO TOP) Michelle Maher, Sandy Kessler, Susan Schwartz, captain; and Jane Bailey. These sophomore girls stirred up enthusiasm at the B team games. They were (L.-R.) Barbara Banthien, Kathy Kessler, Karen Crites, and Jackie Harrison, captain. Track ' 65 ROW 1 (L. to R.): B. Tarkington, R. Merrell, L. Hinesley, D. Ferren, S. Barker, L. Kistler, G. Cook. ROW 2: P. Cherry, mgr., G. Elmore, M. Thomas, M. Barker, J. Oyler, M. Imbler, K. Shipley, E. Mason, D. Scott, R. Denman, S. Elmore, mgr. ROW 3: Mr. Rodibaugh, coach, Mr. Campbell, ass ' t. coach, M. Stanley, M. Kearney, G. Wall, W. Brown, J. Hemstreet, S. Ortman, B. Groome, R. Bostic, K. Black, J. Eads, G. Ferguson, J. Canady. Barker goes over the top. The 1965 track squad was made up of 30 hard working boys. They ran in one indoor meet, winning over the Howe Military Academy team. The outdoor record was 6 wins and a loss to Oak Hill. The Northwestern Thinlies placed 3rd in the Oak Hill Relays, and were Howard County Champs for the second straight year. The team scored 52 1 2 points for second in the Mid-Indiana Conference meet. This team established 8 new school records: Greg Cook, 440 yd. dash in: 51.7; Dwane Ferren, 880 yd. run in 1:59.1 and the broad jump, 20 ' 7 " ; Larry Hinesley, mile run in 4:45; Rodney Merrell, low hur- dles in:21. 2; Steve Barker, polevault, 12 ' 2 3 4; Lynn Kistler, high hurdles in :16.3; Greg Cook, Bill Tarkington, Larry Hinesley and Dwane Ferren, mile relay in 3:34.2. The most exciting race duringthe season was the mile relay in the Conference Meet, Northwestern led all the way until overtaken in the last 100 yds. by Oak Hill. This pushed Oak Hill to anew Conference record. Ferren and Cook ran in the Regional meet. Ferren was the leading scorer and Merrell was the team captain. Ferren won the Pentathlon and Kistler placed third, Northwestern won the team cham- pionship. Coach Rodibaugh ' s boys established meet records in the 2 mile relay in the Oak Hill Relays, 880 yd. run in the Con- ference and low hurdles, pole vault, 880 yd. run and the mile relay in the County Meet. This team had an outstanding record. Kistler shows record-breaking form. FEA WO " ' RES ' m «» « »-.i ti X Honor BillMyers and Richard Ellsworth got to attend Boys State at Indiana University in Bloom- ington. The event is sponsored each year by the American Legion. Ron Ferguson served as alternate. One of the newer awards, given each year is by the Optimist Club in Kokomo. Selected, after inter- views by the club, were Pam Rinehart and Frank Degler. Each year thefaculty choses a girl to attend the Girls ' State ac- tivities at Indiana University. Nancy Pearce describes the ex- citing week to her alternate Mary Hershberger. Seniors student Rotarians from Northwestern were Bill Myers and Richard Ellsworth. Chosen by the faculty to represent N.H.S. at Exchange Club meetings in Kokomo were Ron Ferguson and Frank Degler. One of the highest honors a Senior girl can re- ceive is to be nominated by her classmates and elected by the faculty to represent her school in the county D.A.R. Good Citizen contest. Mary Hershberger competed this year with winners from the other county schools. Ruth Nelson won the 1966 Northwestern Homemaker of the year award sponsored by Betty Crocker. Having the highest score on the test entitled Ruth to the right to compete with other county winners in further contests leading to a statewide award. Steve Barker won the Northwestern High School Star Farmer award. This honor is given to one Senior agriculture student each year who shows promise of becoming an out- standing farmer. His name is placed on a plaque along with previous winners. Representing Northwestern in the Ameri- can Legion Speech Contest, Joan Brown placed first in county competition. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM Larry Kirkman ' s band played for the 1965 Junior-Senior Prom. The Theme was " Moonlight Over Manhatten. " Reigning as King and Queen were Steve Prifogle and Ellen Bray. Merry Hawthorne, Linda Bergman, Dick Bontrager, and Duane Keisling were members of the court. Homecoming Reigning as Homecoming Queen at the annual Homecoming Dance was Miss Susan Schwartz. She was crowned by the 1964 Homecoming Queen, Merry Hawthorne, at halftime of the Maconaquah game. Those serving in her court were Mary Hershberger, Marty Getz, Becky Grau, and Janet Arvin. Anew attraction at this year ' s halftime was floats. Those chosen outstanding were the Senior Class Float and the Sunshine Float. " Black Magic " was the theme of this year ' s dance, which was sponsored by the Student Council. Phil Drake ' s band provided music for the 1966 Sweethearts ' Ball, which was co-sponsored by the Sunshine Society and the N-Club. The theme was " Stairway to the Stars " . Reigning as King and Queen were Seniors; Don Scott and Pam Rinehart, Members of the court included Juniors; Mike Ortman and Kathy Proctor and Sophomores; Mike Barker and Sachiko Haraguchi. Where Have Richard Templin, Marlene Mullins, and Winky Welling are featured in focal points of interest in " . . . Where Have You Been? " The outrageous antics of Orville, the one-eyed ogre and his assistant serve as perfect acting vehicles for Alan Campbell and Jim Craig. Seen checking over the enormous problems of costumes are production assistants: Pam Seward, Kent Shipley, Randy Denman and Mary Hershberg er. You Been? Adding a sprightly charm and wit to the production are the jesters-Susan Schwartz, Chris Banthien, Pam Rinehart, and Sandy Kessler. Dick Ellsworth and Becky Grau brought warm and " human " characteristics to the roles of the King and Queen. The two millers sons (Richard Moss and Harry Knipe) and the Lord Mayor (Bill Myers) provided the necessary degree of humor and villainy. MUSIC CHORALE Twenty select voices of the Northwestern Music Department compose the Chorale under the direction of Mr. Price. This year ' s Chorale, performing bothmadrigal and folk music, has performed for church and civic organizations be- sides appearing in concerts. Members of the Chorale include: SOPRANOS ALTOS TENORS BASSES Janet Hamilton Ruth Nelson Dan Welling Jim Craig Linda Musselman Sue Hawthorne Mark Mayfield Richard Templin Cindy Bailey Winkie Welling Ray Mattox Kent Shipley Drevis Pangburn Carolyn VanSickle Mike Morgan Harry Knipe Chris Banthien Marlene Mullins Jim Stunkard Frank Degler Becky Grau H M F ' ] k IS I B« H HC 9lm r ' l m m ttlt ' i Ik I ■Ha i m 1 I JL Vi ' a Hi--- yj l l ftn Bq[ ' i lf ' ..X lV ISl B IBHBhL Kyi v ' SwBJ 1 WlL. - vA 1 PyH The head of the Music Department, Mr. Gleo Huyck, conducts the Northwestern Sym- phonic Band. He also leads the Stage Band which plays at all of our home basketball games. Mr. Huyck also teaches a class in music theory. Symphonic Mr. Terry Mahady, assistant Band Direc- tor, works with the you nger students in the gen- eral music program . He also conducts the Junior High Orchestra and the Percussion En- semble. Band A new addition to the Northwestern Music Department this year is Mr. Phillip Price. Specializing in Choral music, Mr. Price directs the Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus, Freshman Choir, and the Chorale as well as teaching two classes of United States History. Concert Performing both sacred and secular music the Concert Choir ' s performances include the winter and spring concerts plus competition in the NISBOVA contest each year. Chosen as offi- cers by the 75 members of the choir for the ' 65- ' 66 school year were Frank Degler, Pres.; Kent Shipley, Vice- Pres.; and Debbie Frier, Sec. Choir MIXED CHOIR y f f I f ri ; f f «.i t% i..t ' t ir f SEATED- P Seward. ROW 1, (L.-R.): J. Graham, V. Ritz, C. Nolte, M. Couk, P. Williams, L. Wilson, S. Ray Is, N Leicht M. Beam, M. Marner, K. Kessler, V. Shelby, S. Mason. ROW 2: S. Stahl, M. Lorenz, D. Prifogle, S. Pfeiffer J. Kitts, P. Bostic, M. White, C. Smith, D. Smith, B. Stoneking, N. Jackson, D. Hall, J. Eller, B. CowgiU, G. Reed! R0W3: ' c. Crouch, P. Lamberson, J. Hayes, D. Hite, H. Weeks, J. Alexander, R. Blanton, S. Ely, S. Bar- ker, J. Klotz, G. Moss, B. Heath, K. Proctor, B. Webb. POM POM GIRLS KNEELING, (L.-R.): A. Lybrook, G. Taskey, K. Crites, D. Frier. STANDING, (L.-R.): C. Kuntz, C. Woodroof, C. Wilson, M. Couk, M. MuUins, C. Kuntz. IGH li ' tl-jS Junior High Administration The Assistant Junior High Principal is Mr. Murphy. His time is divided between admin- istrative duties and his classroom teaching. Serving as Junior High principal, Mr. Cooke handles the activities of the seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students. Miss Carolyn Gray handles the secretarial work of the Junior High office in an efficient and cheerful manner. FRESHMEN Serving as Freshman class sponsors this year are Mr. Springer, Mr. Burkhalter, Mrs. Cornell, Mr. Frank, Mr. Klepinger, and Mr. Reigel. W v.-: a» ii vV Bob Achor Mary Ade Karen Alexander Eddie Allen Patsy Allen Gary Amos Lanty Armstrong Dickie Arvin Greg Ashcratt Janelle Barnhart Tim Baugh Larry Beach John Beahrs Larry Beahrs Paul Beaman Glen Beaver Ron Bedford Jack Bell Brenda Bolan David Bowley Jeff Brant Doyle Brock Tom Brown Lana Buckalew Dennis Buckalew Shirley Bugher Michael Claveai-d Jeff Chapman Linda Chapman Carolyn Cherry Steve Chism Chester Cleaver Miriani Cohee Jane Coil Vincent Cook Cathy Cripe Mark C rites Peggy C rites Marta Crume David Daily Linda Daily Patty Daily Elise Davidson Cynthia Davis Jamie DeLon Jeanne Desing James Dillman Debbie Downs Teresa Elkins Donna Elmore David Erickson Russell Ewing Mary Federspill Jarrel Ferren Kenneth Ferren Darrell Freeman David Freeman Dennis Ford Gary Gentry Chuck Gibson Janice Gilbert Steve Gillaspy Nadine Gingerich Wm. Neal Goad Kenny Graham George Hall James Halliburton David Hanson Janet Harding Michael Harris Gayle Harrison Linda Hartman Fred Hayes Robert Heath Donald Heinmiller John Hemstreet Alan Henry Max Hensley Cecelia Herrell Betty Hershberger Monica Hilton Jane Hoban Barbara Hunter Jim Hutto Karen Johnson Rhy Jones Tom Jones John Karns Lois Keisling David Kelly Pam King Sandy Kitts Susan Lantz Kathy Leslie David Lewis Bill Lovelace Mark Lowe Monty Maggart Sally Marner Mark Mayfield Sheila Mays Glynis McCain Mike McCarter Robert McReynolds Peter Michael Lloyd Mikisell Donna Mitchell Larry Moss Peggy Mossholder Denise Mumaw Steve Name David Neiderhaus Rick Orem Joe Orr Tereas Ortman Marilyn Pickett Teresa Powers Mike Powell Mike Prlfogle Eddie Reinke Roger Reneau Rex Richey Susan Ridenour Gail Rinehart Gwen Rinehart Becky Robison John Rocky Keith Rogers Freshman class officers for the 1965-66 school year are (L. to R.): Dave Stewart, Pres.; Janice Gilbert, Treas.; Gail Rinehart, V-Pres.; Gayle Harrison, Sec. Serving as probationary members on this years Student Council are (L. to R.): Mike Sutherland, Janelle Barn- hart, Jim Hutto, and Sandy Kitts. Fred Rossman Rick Rutherford Robert Schroeder Linda Schultz f f f £g i - ki Sally Schwarts Larry Seals Lancy Shelby Joyce Shelley Penny Shreve Sharon Sink Patti SkaUer Christy Smith Lana Smith Larry Smith Susan SomerviUe Chris Spicer Charlaine Stahl David Stewart Pam Stout Randy Stout Jan Stunkard Connie Sullivan Mike Sutherland Carol Tarr David Taskey Pat Thomas John Trice Martha Troyer Molly Turner Mike Tygart Michael Varnau Betty Van Ness Jan Vonderahe Jeannine Vonderahe Nancy Warner Marcia West Joyce Wetzel Steve White Tonl Whiteman Bob Wickliife JoAnn Wright Robert Wright Cheryl Young Richard Zehring EIGHTH GRADE Mr. Williams, Mr. Kirkendall, and Mr. Kunkle help the eighth graders plan their activities. ipf - - 1 1 • ■ " " ' H 1 JM j C £m wSb : vs- ' m Barbara Ade Deborah Albright Carol Alexander Jeanette Allen John Alley Carol Ammerman Diana Bandelier Robert Beaver Mary Bell Pam Blanton Steven Bianco Elmlna Bontrager Kathryn Bontrager Marvin Bontrager Peggy Bontrager Leslie Bowman Joey Breisch Carol Britton Linda Buell Dennis Burns Roger Chapman Pam Clark Ricky Coffee Anne Coleman James Collins David Colter Michael Comp Collin Craig Ralph Cross Cathy Crowe Mark Downhour Cheryl Earnhart Larry Earnhart Judy Eads Teresa Ehrman Eric Elliott Erik Elliot David Elmore Jeftery Emery Mark Engle Kathryn Fleming Debra Freeman Caludla Garner Jack Glassburn Curtis Coins Glenn Coins Nathan Coyer Rosemary Guyer Zachery Hart The eighth grade class officers this year were, SEATED: Debbie Johnson, V- Pres; Emily Pell, Treas; STANDING: John Lovelace, Sec; Lewis Middleton, Pres. Joyce Hartman Peggy Hendershot Stan Hensler Diana Hight Steven Hobbs Cathy Horoho Rick Hosier Diana Hurley Susan Irvin Roger Jackson Debbie Johnson Cynthia Jones Debbie Keck Pam Kessler Pam Kidwell Michael King Romona Kirkman John Kiser Gary Klotz Mark Kopelov Debra Kring Gail Lake Michael Lavengood John Lewis Joyce Lewis Keith Lindley Lenora Lindley John Lovelace Claudia Lybrook Timothy Maher Ruth Marner William Marschand Debra Massey Sara Mayfield Brenda McClelland Donna McDuftie David Mcllrath Lewis Middleton Dennis Mikesell Chuck Moody Colleen Moore John Moulder Cheryl Myers Jane Myers Reba Nelson Claudia Ortman Marvin Otto Emily Pell Linda Pickett Enthusiasm and spirit for the seventh and eighth grade basket- ball games are led by the Jr. High Cheerleaders. Edward Plotner James Pohman Ronald Powell Nickie Lynn Radliff Robert Ramey Michael Ramseyer Greg Ratcliff John Rayls Gregory Reed Sharon Reynolds Robert Robeson Mary Schumacher Billy Shelley Buddy Shrader Jerry Sims Jeanie Sink Danny Smith Diana Smith Timothy Spears Diana Spencer Karen Stahl Deborah Stanley Gary Sutton Larry Sutton John Tarkington Rebecca Tarkington Dale Tetrick Ted Tetrick James Thomas William Tudor Marcia Wall Libby Webb Linda Wetzel Daletta West Beverly White Rex Williams Timothy Wilson Mary Winegardner Joy Wolte Steve Woodroof Kitty Wright Larry Yoder The Seventh grade class sponsors are Mr. Rodibaugh, Mrs. Draving, and Mr. Clark. Debra Armstrong Donna Arvin Margo Bailey Alrita Baker Kathryn Has sett Terri Baugh Jane Beach Carol Beam Nancy Beaver Ricky Bennett Elizabeth Bergman Douglas Bergstrom Marsha Black Shirley Bolan Ricky Bowley Thomas Brubaker Ted Burt Anne Caldwell Jerry Canady John Carey Ann Carmlchael Alicia Clark Dennis Cohee Patrick Comp Edna Connors Mike Cook Gary Crawford Alfred Crites Mike Crites Dennis Crume John Daily Alyn Davidson Kyle DeLon James Detamore Steven Dillman Wayne Downey Cheryl Drum Timothy Exmeyer Daniel Federspill Cheryl Fer son John Freed Greg Fouch Sally Fritzlen Robin Gaffney Timothy Garner Ricky Gentry Mike Gilliam Claris Gingerich Toni Graham Nickey Graves Danny Green Jennie Grinslade Karen Gross Roger Halliburton Anthony Hart Marjorie Hartman Carol Henry Tamara Hensler Danny Herrell Janet Hinders Kathryn Hostetler Rita Hubbard Susan Darlene Jackson Susan Kay Jackson Karen Jaenicke Dennis Johnson Richard Johnson Pamela Jones Carol King Cindy Kline Karen Kratzer Mary Kathryn Klotz Terri Leicht Don Leslie Robert Lewis Chosen as 7th grade class officers for this year were (L. to R.): Sharon Neal, Pres.; Mike Cook, V-Pres.; Ann Caldwell, Sec; Patty Varnau, Treas. km Mardi Lundmark Connie Maggart Julie Maher William Maher Kim Marner Tim Mattox Eric Mayfield Douglas McDonald Jackie McGrew Ryan Merrell Susan Michael Christine Miller Bart Mitchell Charles Mitchell Cinda Morgan Steven Morgan Larry Mote Martha Mundy Teresa Myers John Name Sharon Neal Donna Nlederhaus David Oldaker Diana Orr Ted Parrott Lois Pickett Joseph Pine Susan Powers Dan Randall Kathy Rldenour Rodney Robinson Make Sample Jocena Schafer Rickey Schroeder Ronald Seals David Shoemaker Thomas Shook Gary Shrader Mark Shrock Cathryn Sizelove Carol Smith Daniel Smith Rebecca Smith Richard Smith Steven Smith Jack Spicer Linda Stldham Ton Stockdale Sheila Stone Linda Stout Susan Stout Christine Stunkard Janice Teel Albert Van Ness Patricia Varnau Charles Vega Jane Vonderhae Brent Wall Max Warner Rex Warner Clifford White Thomas White Steven Whitehead Jerri Williams Michael Williams Stephen Windle David Winslow Teriy Woodroof Joseph Wren Dennis Wright KrisUe Wright Steven Wright The Junior High Band and Junior High Choir are directed by Mr. Lewis. Mr. Lewis also helps with the school ' s general music program and gives instrumental lessons. FRESHMAN CHOIR ' ¥;}iiv ii fmvM IM Ii M T. SEATED: K. Alexander. ROW 1, (L.-R.): J. Wright, L. Schultz, S. Kitts, M. Hilton, M. Ade. D. Zehring. ROW 2: M. Pickett- C. Herrell, G. McCain, S. Rideneur, B. Hunter, T. Elkins, G. Rinehart, P. Daily, M. Crume, G. Coil, M. West, M. Cohee, C. Spicer, P. Skaller, M. Turner, P. Shreve. RO W 3: S. Laniz, L. Keisling, L. Hartman, G. Rine- hart, J. Barnhart, J. Hoban, C. Stahl, K. Leslie, D. Mitchell, C. Smith, C. Young, B. Bowland, N. Warner, J. Von- derahe, P. Stout, J. Stunkard, J. Harding, L. Chapman, L. Marner, B. Robison, C. Davis. ROW 4: R. Zehring, P. Crites, L. Beach, D. Erickson, J. Chapman, D. Buckalew, M. Calveard, M. Maggart, E. Reinke, R. Schroeder, M. Mayfield, R. Ewing, J. Hutto, L. Mikisell, K. Graham, J. Hemstreet, J. Brant, J. Trice, P. Michael, E. Allen, D. Niederhaus. JUNIOR HIGH BAND JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR Junior High Orchestra Junior High G.A.A, FRESHMEN HA VE 3-11 SEASON STANDING, (L.-R.): D. Stewart, (Mgr.); D. Lewis, E. Reinke, B. Wickliffe, M. Hensley, D. Neiderhaus, B. Schroed- er, Mr. Frank. KNEELING, (L.-R.): M. Sutherland, J. Bell, R. Bedford, J. Brant, E. Allen, D. Buckalew, (Mgr.). With neverending spirit these Fresh- man cheerleaders cheered their Tigers to victory. (L.-R.) Patsy Allen, Sandy Kitts, Linda Schultz, Sally Schwartz, and Gail Rinehart. EIGHTH GRADE HAS 10-2 SEASON ROW 1, (L.-R.): D. McHrath. R. Hosier, R. Williams, L. Yoder, R. Chapman, manager. ROW 2: T. Maher, J. Briesch, J. Lovelace, G. Klotz, T. Tetrick, D. Tetrick. ROW 3: G. Reed, L. Sutton, M. Downhour, B. Tudor, J. Kizer, G. Sutton, S. Hensler, Mr. J. Williams, coach. SEVENTH GRADE HAS 9-3 SEASON ROW 1, (L.-R.): M. Williams, D. Shoemaker, C. Vega, T. Hart, manager. ROW 2: D. Leslie, J. Name, D. Smith, M. Cook, D. Federspill. ROW 3: G. Fouch, J. Spicer, D. Harrell, T. Shook, A. Crites, T. Stockdale, Mr. J. Williams, coach. FOOTBALL ROW 1 (L. to R.): J. Lovelace, R. Hosier, J. Tarkington, D. Herrell, M. Cook, D. Federspill, D. Mcllrath, Z. Hart, D. Tetreck, T. Tetreck. ROW 2: J. Burt, L. Shelly, L. Mote, N. Graves, J. Wren, T. Maher, T. Wilson, M. Comp, J. Alley, S. Dillman, D. McDonald, T. Hart. ROW 3: Coach Williams, J. Pine, J. Moulder, B. Marschand, T. Stock- dale, J. Glassburn, J. Breisch, G. Klotz, B. Maher, Coach Riegel. ROW 4: M. Lavengood, K. Lindley, S. Ratcliff, J. Canady, S. Sutton, J. Pohlman, M. Fouch, B. Tudor, L. Sutton, J. Payl, M. Downhour, J. Kaizer. CROSS COUNTRY ROW 1 (L. to R.): T. Parrott, R. Merrell. ROW 2: R. Schroeder, A. Davidson, D. Randall, C. Moody, L. Yoder, D. Grume. ROW 3: T. Exmeyer, G. Reed, R. Bowley, R. Bowley, R. Cross, D. Shoemaker, M. Shrock. ROW 4: J. Downey, S. Hensler, A. Crites, R. Warner, T. Garner, Mr. Kirkendall. Morp student Council ' s backward " Morp " was a big success! The girls performed all the masculine tasks of the evening. Crowned " Gnik " of the " Morp " was John Hanson, Junior. Members of his Court included Chuck Roberts, Senior, Joe Oyler, Sophomore, and Bob Wickliffe, Freshman. John " Gnik " Hanson swings a little bit! And as the MORP continues Ah, ha! Caught in the act! Rain or snow the yearbook staff was on the go ! INDEX Achor, Bob 73, 115 Ade, Barbara 20, 118 Ade, Mary 115, 123, 124, 125 Albright, Deborah 60, 118, 124, 125 Albright, Kathy 28, 60, 67, 72, 108, 111 Alexander, Carol 61, 118, 124 Alexander, Jim 48, 73, 112 Alexander, Karen 115, 123, 125 Allen, Bob 48, 73 Allen, Eddie 83, 115, 124, 125, 126 Allen, Jeanette 118 Allen, Patsy 115, 125, 126 Allen, Susie 54 Alley, John 118 Ammerman, Carol 60, 118, 124, 125 Amos, Gary 115 Armstrong, Debra 121, 124 Armstrong, Lanty 115 Arvin, Dick 60, 78, 88, 115 Arvin, Donna 61, 121 Arvin, Janet 27, 28, 60, 70, 71, 72 Ashcraft, Greg 84, 115 B Bailey, Cindy 3, 48, 72, 106, 107, 109, 111 Bailey, Jane 27, 28, 60, 62, 72, 95, 101, 111 Bailey, Margo 61, 121 Baker, Alrita 121, 124 Baker, Sharon 54, 60 Bandelier, Diana 61, 118, 124, 125 Banthien, Barbara 2, 54, 55, 88, 95, 111 Banthien, Chris 3, 28, 61, 62, 72, 74, 88, 105, 107, 111, 130 Barber, John 12 Barker, Mike 54, 67, 85, 88, 94, 103 Barker, Steve 48, 68, 69, 73, 112 Barker, Steve 28, 61, 73, 84, 88, 89, 90, 96, 100 Barnhart, Barbara 9 Barnhart, Janelle 115, 117, 123, 124, 125 Bassett, Kathryn 121 Bassett, John 48, 66, 73, 108 Baugh, Terri 24, 121 Baugh, Tim 115 Beach, Jane 24, 121, 124 Beach, Jim 48, 72, 84, 88, 91, 110 Beach, Larry 57, 83, 115, 123, 124, 125 Beahrs, Connie 54, 60 Beahrs, Larry 73, 115 Beahrs, John 115 Beam. Carol 61, 12C, 121 Beam, Marcia 54, 57, 61, 112 Beaman, Paul 115 Beaver, George 9 Beaver, Glen 115 Beaver, Jeffery 48, 73 Beaver, Nancy 61, 121 Beaver, Robert 118 Bedford, Ron 85, 115, 124, 126 Bell, Jack 73, 115, 126 Bell, Mary 61, 118, 124, 125 Bennett, Elisha 48, 60 Bennett, Jackie 19, 48, 60 Bennett, Ricky 24, 121 Bergman, Elizabeth 61, 64, 121, 124 Bergstrom, Douglas 121 Best, Harold 28, 66, 67, 80 Best, Thomas 48 Bianco, Steven 61, 118 Black, Kevin 54, 56, 57, 79, 84, 94, 96, 108, 129 Black, Marsha 24, 121, 124 Black, Malcolm 15 Blanton, Pamela 61, 118, 124, 125 Blanton, Roger 48, 88, 112 Bolan, Brenda 115, 123 Bolan, Don 54 Bolan, Shirley 121 Bontrager, Elimina 118 Bontrager, Kathryn 118 Bontrager, Marvin 118 Bontrager, Peggy 61, 118, 124, 125 Bontrager, Theresa 54, 60, 70 Bostic, Patty 48, 62, 112, 129 Bostic, Rick 48, 60, 72, 82, 83, 91, 92, 95, 96, 97, 108, 110, 125 Bowley, Claude 115 Bowley, David 115 Bowley, Ricky 121, 128 Bowley, Teresa 29 Bowman, Kip 54 Bowman, Leslie 61, 118, 124, 125 Brant, Jeff 115, 123, 126 Breisch, Jay Cee 2, 3, 27, 28, 46, 61, 62, 69, 72, 78, 80, 82, 84, 88, 89, 90 Breisch, Joey 61, 118, 127 Britton, Carol 60, 118 Brock, Doyle 115 Brown, Joan 9, 61, 62, 68, 70, 72, 100 Brown, Tom 115 Brown, Wayne 54, 61, 66, 83, 96 Brubaker, Tim 54, 94 Brubaker, Thomas 121 Buckalew, Dennis 115, 123, 126 Buell, Unda 61, 118, 120, 124, 125 Buell, Ronnie 125 Buell, Sue Ann 3, 48, 60, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 108 Bugher, Shirley 115 Burkhalter, Edward 15, 20, 115 Burns, Dennis 118 Burns, Judy 48 Burt, Ted 61, 121, 128 Burtcher, Jerry 27, 29, 46, 61, 62, 69, 72, 78, 79, 80, 85, 88, 94 Caldwell, Ann 61, 120, 121, 124 Calveard, Michael 83, 106, 109, 115, 123 Campbell, Alan 29, 66, 80, 104 Campbell, Dann 54, 85 Canady, Janice 48, 60, 8b Canady, Jerry 121 Canady, Jim 3, 18, 48, 61, 62, 67,73, 84, 88, 90, 96 Carey, John 121 Carmichael, Ann 61, 121 Chapman, Jeff 83, 115, 123, 125 Chapman, Linda 106, 115, 123, 124, 125 Chapman, Roger 60, 118, 124, 127 Chalk, Glenda 48, 60, 62, 72, 80, 110 Cleaver, Chester 115 Cherry, Carolyn 115, 125 Cherry, Kathleen 54, 61, 77 Cherry, Pat 48, 61, 83, 96 Chism, Steve 115 Clark, Alicia 121 Clark, Bruce 11, 23, 26, 45, 80 Clark, Lloyd 48 Clark, Pam 60, 78, 118 Clark, Mary 9 Clark, Sandy 19, 29, 60, 62, 72, 74, 130 Clark, Reece 12, 73, 121 Cleaver, Carolyn 54 Clevenger, Arlene 30 Clevenger, Darlene 30 Cline, Lenore 20, 76 Coffee, John 48 Coffee, Ricky 118 Coffee, Tom 54 Cohee, Dennis 121 Cohee, Meriam 115, 123 Coil, Jane 115, 123, 124 Coleman, Anne 61, 118, 125 Coles, Delores 27, 30, 66, 68, 76 Coles, Diana 27, 30, 66, 68, 76 Collins, James 118 Colter, David 118 Colter, Marjorie 48 Colter, Martha 54 Comp, Michael 118 Connors, Edna 121 Conwell, Phil 48, 73 Cook, John 30 Cook, Mike 121, 127, 128 Cook, Norma 48, 60, 62 Cook, Peggy 48, 49, 62, 66 Cook, Vincent 115 Cooke, Kenneth 2, 23, 114 Comp, Patrick 61, 121 Conners, Edna 124 Conwell, Earl 9 Cornell, Ruth 15, 20, 115 Couk, Melinda 54, 55, 60, 70, 109, 112, 129 Countryman, Jayne 48 Countryman, Jim 54, 56, 57, 79, 84, 110, 129 Courts, Karen 48 Coverdale, Steve 23, 26, 54, 80 Cowgill, Betty 54, 67, 112 Craig, Colin 118, 124 Craig, Jim 3, 15, 48, 72, 104, 107, 109, 111 INDEX Crawford, Gary 121 Creason, Gerald 22, 49, 73, 84 Creason, Gary 54, 73, 85 Cripe, Cathy 115, 125 Crites, Alfred 121, 127, 128 Crites, Karen 2, 54, 67, 70, 95, 109, 111, 112 Crites, Mark 73, 78, 115 Crites, Mary Ann 9 Crites, Mike 121 Crites, Peggy 115, 123, 125 Crites, Rick 49, 73, 78 Crites, Roger 30 Croddy, Kathy 54, 78 Crouch, Karen 112 Cross, Ralph 61, 118, 128 Crowe, Cathy 61, 118 Crume, Dennis 121, 128 Crume, Marta 115, 123, 125 Cuttriss, Kathy 27, 31, 60, 62, 70, 72 D Daily, Connie 49, 60, 62 Daily, David 115 Daily, John 121 Daily, Linda 115, 125 Daily, Mary Jo 31, 60, 62 Daily, Mike 3, 31, 46, 61, 62, 72, 84, 88, 90 Daily, Patty 115, 123 Davidson, Alyn 121, 128 Davidson, Elise 115 Davis, Cynthia 115, 123, 124, 125 Davis, George 2, 5, 67 Davis, Roselinde 21 Degler, Frank 3, 27, 31, 62, 72, 74, 75, 82, 98, 99, 106, 107, 109, 111, 130 DeLon, Jamie 115 DeLon, Kyle 121 Denman, Randy 17, 31, 62, 67, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 95, 96, 104, 110 Denman, Ruth 49, 61, 62 Desing, Jeanne 115 Detamore. lames 61, 121 Dillman, James 115 Dillman, Steven 121 Douglass, Sue 18, 48 Downey, Wayne 121, 128 Downhour, Mark 118, 127 Downs, Debbie 115, 124, 125 Draving, Martha 18, 121, 125 Drum, Cheryl 121 Drum, Cozette 54, 61, 108 Drum, Vance 3, 31, 60, 106, 109 Duke, Mike 49, 111 Dunkin, Mary 9 Eads, Jerry 54, 56, 77, 85, 94, 96 Eads, Judy 60, 118, 124, 125 Eads, Phyllis 9 Earnhart, Cheryl 118 Ehrman, Teresa 118, 124, 125 Eichholz, Thelma 15 Elkins, Teresa 60, 115, 123, 125 Eller, Gary 55, 57, 73, 94, 108 EUer, Howard 3, 27, 32, 67, 74, 75, 106, 109, 130 EUer, Judy 49, 60, 67, 108, 112 Eller, Marian 11, 25, 45 Elliot, Eric 118, 124 Elliot, Erik 61, 118 Ellsworth, Richard 32, 45, 61, 62, 66, 72, 74, 84, 88, 90, 98, 99, 105, 130 Elmore, David 118 Elmore, Donna 115 Elmore, Gary 32, 61, 73, 96 Elmore, Steve 49, 96 Ely, Steve 24, 49, 67, 73, 49, 112 Emery, Jeffery 61, 118 England, Shannon 32, 66, 72, 106, 108, 111 Engle, Marcia 49, 60, 76 Engle, Mark 61, 118 Erickson, David 78, 115, 123, 124 Ewing, Russell 115, 123, 124 Exmeyer, Timothy 121, 128 Federspill, Daniel 121, 127, 128 Federspill, Mary 115, 125 Ferguson, Cheryl 61, 121 Ferguson, Gene 55, 94, 96 Ferguson, Ronald 3, 32, 62, 72, 80, 82, 84, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 98, 99, 109, 111 Ferren, Jarrel 115 Ferren, Kenneth 115 Fisher, Joyce 27, 32, 60, 66, 68, 70, 72, 108, 111 Fisher, Larry 23, 49, 73 Fleming, Kathryn 61, 118, 124, 125 Ford, Dennis 116 Fouch, Greg 61, 121, 127 Fouch, Mark 55, 61, 83, 94 Francis, Mark 55, 67, 94 Frank, Terry 12, 15, 84, 88, 115, 126 Frazer, Kay 27, 33, 62, 72, 76 Freed, John 61, 121 Freed, Kathy 55, 60, 67 Freeman, Darrell 73, 115 Freeman, David 116 Freeman, Debra 118, 125 Frier, Debbie 2, 49, 61, 72, 109, 110, 112 Fritzlen, Sally 121 Gaffney, Robin 24, 61, 121, 124 Garner, Claudia 118, 124 Garner, Timothy 24, 121, 128 Gentry, Gary 116 Gentry, Ricky 121 Gerhard, Paul 49, 50, 52, 58, 60, 85, 94 Getz, Marty 23, 33, 61, 62, 68, 72 Gibson, Chuck 116 Gillam, Mike 61, 121 Gilbert, Janice 116, 117, 124, 125 Gilbert, Edward 17, 73 Gillaspy, Carl 49 Gillaspy, Steve 116 Gingerich, Claris 121 Gingerich, Nadine 116 Gingerich, Steve 12, 49 Glassburn, Jack 118 Goad, Charles 55 Goad, Dewey 33, 94 Goad, Neal 116 Coins, Curtis 118 Coins, Glenn 118 Coins, Sherryl 19, 33, 60, 62, 72 Coyer, Nathan 60, 118 Graham, Janet 49, 60, 68, 88, 112 Graham, Kenny 116 Graham, Mike 49, 73, 78 Graham, Toni 121, 124 Grau, Becky 3, 27, 33, 45, 60, 62, 64, 66, 72, 74, 75, 88, 105, 107, 111, 130 Graves, Nickey 61, 121 Gray, Carolyn 114 Greely, Bill 49, 84, 88 Greely, Jim 55 Green, Danny 61, 121 Green, Judy 33 Grinslade, Jennie 121 Groome, Bill 55, 84, 96, 97 Gross, Karen 121, 124 Guyer, Cindi 3, 34, 60, 62, 63, 64, 72 Guyer, Rosemary 61, 63, 118, 124, 125 Guyer, Sandi 21, 42, 55, 60, 63, 68, 88 H Hackett, Zella 21 Hall, Debbie 55, 60, 69, 70, 77, 112 Hall, George 116 Hall, Peggy 49 Halliburton, James 116 Halliburton, Etoger 121 Hamilton, Janet 3, 49, 60, 62, 72, 107, 111, 129 Hamilton, Kathy 34, 60, 62, 72 Hanson, Bill 18, 34 Hanson, David 116 Hanson, John 49, 61, 72, 83, 129 Haraguehi, Sachiko 55, 61, 103 Harding, Janet 116, 123, 124, 125 Harrell, Fred 49, 67, 79, 110 Harris, Greg 34, 73, 88 Harris, Michael 83, 116 Harrison, Gayle 116, 117, 129 Harrison, Jackie 2, 55, 95, 110 Hart, Anthony 61, 121, 124, 127 Hart, Zachery 60, 118, 128 Hartman, David 49, 66, 73, 82, 83, 91, 92, 95, 108, 110 Hartman, Joyce 61, 118, 124, 125 Hartman, Linda 116, 123, 125 Hartman, Marjorie 61, 121, 124 Hawthorne, Sue 3, 60, 62, 72, 80, 88, 107, 108, 111 INDEX Hayes, Fred 83, 116, 124, 125 Hayes, Jeff 49, 60, 66, 108, 112 Heath, Beri 50, 83, 88, 112 Heath, Etobert 116 Heinmiller, Donald 73, 116 Hemstreet, Jim 50, 72, 96, 106, 110 Hemstreet, John 116, 124 Hendershot, Linda 50 Hendershot, Peggy 119, 125 Henry, Alan 116 Henry, Carol 121 Henry, David 27, 34 Henry, David 55, 77, 85 Henry, Susie 50, 60 Hensler, Stan 61, 119, 124, 127, 128 Hensler, Tamara 61, 121, 124 Hensley, Max 73, 85, 116, 126 Hensley, Roger 2, 27, 34. 61, 62, 72, 74, 85, 88, 90, 105, 111, 130 Herrell, Bill 49, 50, 67, 82, 84, 88, 91, 92, 95 Herrell, Cecelia 116, 123, 125 Herrell, Danny 61, 121, 127, 128 Hershberger, Betty 116 Hershberger, Mary 3, 27, 35, 60, 62, 66, 74, 75, 99, 104, 130 Hight, Diana 119, 124, 125 Hight, Doug 12, 55, 78, 83, 112, 129 Hightower, Sharon 55 Hilligoss, Larry 50, 66, 73 Hilton, Mark 23, 35, 45, 79, 80, 91, 92 Hilton, Monica 116, 123, 125 Hinders, Janet 121 Hinders, Peggy 55 Hindershot, Peggy 124 Hinesley, Brenda 50, 60, 72, 108, 111 Hipes, Lola 35, 61, 62, 72, 76 Hoban, Jane 116, 123, 125 Hoban, Merrell 25 Hobbs, Steven 119 Hochstetler, Joan 27, 35, 60, 77 Hodson, Linda 35, 60, 62, 67, 68 Hodson, Patty 55, 61, 66, 88, 110 Horoho, Cathy 61, 78, 119, 125 Hosier, Charles 55, 84, 94 Hosier, Rick 61, 119, 124, 127, 128 Hostetier, Kathryn 121 Hubbard, Connie 27, 35, 60, 67, 70 Hubbard, Rita 61, 121 Hunter, Barbara 116, 123, 125 Hurley, Diana 61, 119, 125 Hutto, Jim 108, 116, 117, 123 Huyck, Gleo 15, 108 I Irvin, Susan 60, 119, 124, 125 Jackson, Nancy 55, 60, 70, 88, 112 Jackson, Patty 27, 36, 60, 67, 88 Jackson, Roger 60, 119, 124 Jackson, Susan Darlene 121, 124 Jackson, Susan Kay 61, 121 Jaenicke, Karen 61, 121 Jaenicke, Shirley 36, 60 Jarrett, Martha 21 Jarvis, Steve 17, 36, 61, 62, 72, 78, 79, 85 Johnson, Debbie 61, 119, 124, 125 Johnson, Dennis 121 Johnson, Joyce 50, 61, 72, 108, 110 Johnson, Karen 60, 116, 125 Johnson, Richard 121 Jones, Cynthia 119 Jones, Pamala 121, 124 Jones, Rhys 116 Jones, Ronald 36, 73 Jones, Tom 116 K Karns, John 116 Kealfaber, Bill 26, 85, 91 91 Kearney, Mark 50, 64, 66, 72, 82, 85, 106, 109, 110 Keating, Joe 50 Keck, Debbie 61, 119, 124, 125 Keisling, Ada 9 Keisling, Lois 116, 123, 125 Kellar, Sharon 36, 60, 67 Kelley, Marjorie 50, 61, 62, 109, 110 Kelly, David 73, 116 Kepner, Mike 27, 36 Kessler, Kathy 2, 55, 56, 58, 70, 76, 88, 95, 97, 112, 129 Kessler, Lawrence 50, 73 Kessler, Pam 61, 78, 119, 124, 125 Kessler, Sandra 27, 37, 61, 70, 72, 95, 105 KidweU, Steve 55, 73 Kinder, Marlin 50 King, Carol 121, 124 King, Michael 119 King, Pam 116 Kirkendall, Don R. 2, 13, 118, 128 Kirkman, Ramona 60, 119 Kiser, Ada 37, 60, 88 Kiser, John 61, 119, 124, 127 Kistler, Delbert 13, 84, 88 Kistler, Linda 55, 60 Kistler, Lynn 3, 17, 37, 45, 46, 59, 62, 72, 80, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 95, 96 Kitts, Janis 50, 60, 62, 70, 112 Kitts, Sandy 116, 117, 123, 125, 126, 188 KLepinger, Wayne 13, 15, 115 Kline, Cindy 61, 121, 124 Klotz, Gary 61, 119, 124, 127 Klotz, Jay 50, 72, 88, 112 Klotz, Mary 121, 124 Knipe, Harry 3, 27, 37, 62, 72, 105, 106, 107, 108, 111 Kopelov, Mark 119 Kratzer, Karen 121, 124 Kring, Debra 119 Kukman, Ramona 124 Kunkle, Neil 17, 18, 118 Kuntz, Catherine 55, 78, 109, 111, Kuntz, Christine 55, 78, 109, 111, 112 Lake, Gail 60, 119 lake, Robert 55, 66, 108 Lam, Vina 37, 61, 62, 63, 111 Lamberson, Peggy 50, 61, 62, 72, 78, 112 Lantz, Susan 116, 123, 124, 125 Lavengood, Micliael 119 Leicht, Terri 61, 121, 124 Leicht, Nancy 56, 61, 68, 112 Leslie, Don 121, 127 Leslie, Kathy 116, 123, 125 Leslie, Suzanne 19, 37, 60, 62, 68, 72 Lewis, David 85, 116, 126 Lewis, Elizabeth 56, 77 Lewis, James 16, 123 Lewis, John 119, 124 Lewis, Joyce 60, 119, 124 Lewis, Robert 121 Likens, Dorothy 122 Lindley, Bobby 122 lindley, Harry 50 Lindley, Jim 56, 73, 94 Undley, Keith 60, 119, 124 Lindley, Lenora 119 Lapp, Sue 56, 77, 109 Long, Gary 122 Lorenz, Mary 56, 60, 108, 112 Lovelace, Bill 73, 85, 116 Lovelace, John 61, 119, 127, 128 Lowe, Mark 116, 124, 125 Ludwig, Bruce 56, 73 Lundmark, Mardi 61, 122 Lutsch, Loretta 50, 62, 72, 109, 111 Lybrook, Alexis 50, 66, 72, 106, 109, 110, 112 Lybrook, Claudia 60, 119, 124, 125 M Maddox, Jim 38 Maggart, Connie 122, 124 Maggart, Monty 116, 123 124 Mahady, Terrance 16, 109 Maher, Julie 24, 122, 124 Maher, Margaret 50, 60, 109 Maher, Michelle 47, 50, 64, 66, 70, 72, 88, 95, 109, 110 Maher, Timothy 119, 124, 127 Maher, Tom 56, 84, 88, 94 Maher, William 61, 122 Marner, Jim 38 Marner, Kim 122 Marner, Larry 56, 73 Marner, Mary 56, 60, 112 Marner, Rex 122 Marner, Ruth 60, 119, 124, 125 Marner, Sally 116, 123, 124, 125 Marner, Vivian 60 Marschand, Virginia 56, 60 Marschand, William 61, 119 Martin, Sharon 38, 60, 62, 72 INDEX Martin, Susan 56, 61, 67, 68, 69, 76, 77, 108 Mason, Carol 50, 68, 69, 70, 72 Mason, Ed 50, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91, 93, 110 Mason, Suann 56, 60, 68, 69, 109, 112 Massey, Debra 60, 11 9, 125 Mattox, Daniel Ray 3, 50, 64, 107, 110 Mattox, Tim 122 Mayfield, Eric 122 Mayfield, Mark 107, 116, 123 Matfield, Sara 61, 119, 124, 125 Mays, Sheila 116 McCain, Glynis 116, 123, 124 McCarter, Mike 116 McClelland, Brenda 60, 119 McClelland, Frank 27, 38, 66, 72, 79, 88 McCoy, Jeff 50, 60 McDonald, Douglas 122 McDuffie, Donna 60, 119 McDuffie, Linda 56, 60, 124 McGraw, Jackie 122 McUrath, David 119, 127, 128 Mcllrath, Marie 56, 60, 68, 69, 77 McReynolds, Robert 116 Meister, Linda 56, 60, 70, 77 Merrell, Ryan 24, 61, 122, 128 Metcalf, Russell 50 Michael, Nancy 38, 62, 72, 111 Michael, Pete 116, 124 Michael, Susan 122, 124, 125 Middleton, Lewis 119, 124 Miller, Christina 61, 122, 125 Miller, Freddie 22, 50 Miller, Janet 50, 60 Miller, Judy 38, 60 Mikesell, Dennis 60, 119 Mikesell, Uoyd 116, 123 Mitchell, Bart 122, 124 Mitchell, Brenda 50, 60, 70 Mitchell, Charles 61, 122 MitcheU, Donna 116, 123, 125 MitcheU, Linda 39, 61, 62, 72 Monroe, Carolyn 50 Moody, Chuck 119, 128 Moore, Colleen 119 Morgan, Cinda 122 Morgan, Mike 3, 50, 66, 74, 75, 88, 107, 110, 129 Morgan, Steven 61, 122, 125 Morrison, Harold 9 Moss, Greg 23, 27, 39, 66, 72 Moss, Larry 84, 116 Moss, Richard 3, 27, 39, 61, 62, 72, 79, 85, 88, 90, 105 Moss, Roma 56 Mossholder, Peggy 116 Mote, Larry 122 Mote, Marlene 56 Moulder, John 61, 119 Mullins, Marlene 3, 50, 60, 64, 66, 72, 104, 107, 109, 110, 112 Mumaw, Charles 50, 83, 108 Mumaw, Denise 116, 124, 125 Mundy, Martha 122, 124 Munro, Kenneth 11, 17, 18 Murphy, Carey 18, 114 Musselman, Linda 3, 19, 51, 60, 62, 70, 107, 111 Myers, Bill 27, 39, 45, 61, 62, 64, 66, 72, 74, 75, 84, 88, 89, 90, 98, 99, 105, 130 Myers, Cheryl 119, 124, 125 Myers, Jane 61, 119, 124 Myers, Teresa 122, 124 N Name, Charles 24, 51, 66, 82, 110, 124 Name, John 122, 127 Name, Steve 116 Neal, Sharon 120, 122, 124 Nelson, Reba 119 Nelson, Ruth 3, 39, 45, 66, 67, 100, 107, 110 Nickle, Sharon 49, 51 Niderhaus, David 84, 116, 126 Niederhaus, Donna 61, 122, 125 Nolle, Carla 51, 60, 112 O O ' Donnell, John 22, 51, 82, 84, 129 Oldaker, Cathy 51, 61 Oldaker, David 122 Orem, Chris 47, 51, 60, 62, 73 Orem, Rick 116, 124 Orr, Diana 61, 122, 124 Orr, Joe 83, 116 Orr, Unda 51, 60, 66, 70, 77 Ortman, Claudia 60, 119, 124, 125 Ortman, Mike 51, 61, 62, 73, 74, 75, 88, 89, 90, 94, 103 Ortman, Stan 51, 66, 73, 129 Ortman, Teresa 116, 125 Otto, Marvin 119 Obermeyer, Rita 27, 39, 60 Owen, Hilbert 7, 20, 67 Owen, Karen 11, 21, 54, 68 Owen, Ruthmarie 22 Oyler, Judy 27, 40, 45, 60, 62, 66, 72, 111 Oyler, Joe 56, 67, 82, 85, 88, 91, 93, 95, 96 Pangburn, Drevis 40, 67, 70, 72, 106, 107, 108, 111 Parrott, Rachel 51, 60, 72, 109, 110 Parrott, Ted 24, 61, 122, 124, 128 Pawell, Ronald 20, 120 Pearce, Nancy 2, 40, 61, 66, 72, 74, 75, 77, 99, 110, 130 Pell, Emily 60, 119, 124, 125 Pence, Blaine 40, 61, 84, 88, 89, 90 Pentland, Jack 40, 73 Pentland, John 40, 62, 73, 88 Pfeiffer, Suzanne 51, 60, 62, 69, 72, 112 PhiUabaum, Richard 51 Phillabaum, Sharon 56, 60, 68 Pickett, Linda 119, 125 Pickett, Lois 122 Pickett, Marilyn 116, 123 Pier, Steve 18, 51 Pine, David 56, 73 Pine, Joseph 122 Plotner, Edward 119 Plotner, Shirley 51, 108, 110 Pohlman, James 120, 124 Pohlman, Kathie 27, 41, 61, 62, 70, 72 Pohlman, Roland 27, 41, 110 Powell, Mike 116 Powell, William 57, 69 Powers, Susan 122 Powers, Teresa 116 Price, Janet 10 Price, Phillip 24, 110 Prifogle, Bruce 22, 51, 73, 93 Prifogle, Diane 57, 60, 112, 129 Prifogle, Gene 17, 51, 61, 73, 85, 88 90 Prifogle, Kenny 51, 62, 72, 83, 91 Prifogle, Mike 73, 116 Proctor, Kathy 50, 51, 60, 62, 68, 70, 72, 76, 103, 112, 129 Q Quick, Jackie 23, 27, 41, 88, 106, 109, 110 Radliff, Nickie 120 Ramey, Robert 120 Ramseyer, Michael 120 Randall, Dan 61, 122, 128 Raper, Jack 11, 13, 26, 48, 67 Ratcliff, Greg 120 Rayls, John 120 Rayls, Cheryl 51, 60, 62, 70, 72 Rayls, Sandy 3, 51, 60, 62, 70, 71, 72, 112 Reed, Gail 57, 112 Reed, Gregory 120, 127, 128 Reinke, Eddie 73, 85, 116, 123, 126 Reneau, Roger 73, 117 Reynolds, Sharon 120, 124, 125 Rhine, Tom 57, 73, 83 Rice, Linda 41 Richey, Rex 117 EUaenour, Kathy 61, 122, 124 Ridenour, Susan 117, 123 Rider, Darrell 4, 11, 19 Rigel, John 14, 15, 115, 128 Rinehart, Gail 60, 64, 117, 123, 125, 126 Rinehart, Gwen 64, 117, 123, 125 Rinehart, Pam 27, 41, 60, 62, 64, 66, 72, 74, 98, 103, 105, 110, 130 Ritz, Victoria 57, 60, 67, 68, 69, 112 Roberts, Charles 41, 62, 72, 110 Robeson, Robert 61, 120 INDEX Robison, Becky 117, 123, 124, 125 Robison, Charles 51, 61, 73, 74, 75, 85, nn Robison, Donna 51, 60, 67 Robison, Rodney 122 Rocky, John 117 Rodibaugh, Robert 24, 121 Roepstorff, Jim 49, 51, 62, 108, 111 Roesler, John 12, 51, 66, 79, 91, 93 Roether, Cheryl 19, 42, 61, 62, 70, 72 Rogers, Keith 73, 117 Rohrer, Lee 57, 68, 77, 78, 85 Rossman, Dorothy 42 Rossman, Fred 117 Rossman, Jim 51, 73, 108 Rossman, Linda 51 Rossman, Ray 57 Elunyon, Steve 42 Rupley, Chuck 12, 57, 73 Rusk, Wilma 11, 19 Rutherford, Rick 117 Sample, Mike 122 Schaeffer, Stephen 51 Schafer, Jocena 122 Schneider, Eleanor 22, 54 Schroeder, Ricky 122, 128 Schroeder, Robert 117, 123, 124, 126 Schultz, Linda 117, 123, 125, 126 Schumacher, Mary 60, 120, 125 Schwartz, Sally 64, 117, 123, 125, 126 Schwartz, Susan 42, 60, 62, 64, 72, 74, 95, 101, 105, 111, 130 Scott, Donal 18, 42, 60, 94, 96, 103 Seals, Bob 51 Seals, Larry 73, 117 Seals, Ronald 122 Sebree, Gary 42 Seward, Pam 3, 51, 60, 69, 70, 77, 104, 112, 129 Shelby, Lance 117 Shelby, Valerie 57, 60, 68, 69, 108, 112 Shelley, Billy 120, 128 SheUey, Joyce 117 Shipley, Kent 3, 51, 61, 96, 104, 107, 111 Shipley, Mary 11, 19, 48, 62 Shoemake, Mary 124 Shoemaker, David 61, 122, 127, 128 Shook, Randy 1 52, 60 Shook, Thomas 61, 122, 127 Shrader, Buddy 120 Shrader, Gary 122 Shreve, Penny 117, 123, 125 Shrock, Mark 122, 128 Shrock, Sandra 52 Simmons, Greg 57, 67 Sims, Jerry 120 Sink, Jeanie 120 Sink, Sharon 117 Sizelove, Cathryn 122, 124 Skaller, Patti 117, 123 Smith, Carol 122 Smith, Carolyn 57, 60, 66, 109, 112 Smith, Chris 60, 117, 123, 125 Smith, Daniel 122, 124 Smith, Danny 120 Smith, David 51, 52, 72, 82, 83, 94, 112 Smith, Frank 1, 9 Smith, Diana 20, 61, 120, 125 Smith, Dorothy 57, 60, 66, 70 Smith, Lana 117 Smith, Larry 73, 117 Smith, Elebecca 61, 122 Smith, Elichard 122, 127 Smith, Steven 61, 122, 124 Somerville, Susan 117 Spears, Timothy 20, 120 Spencer, Diana 61, 120, 124, 125 Spencer, Rita 27, 43, 60, 62, 70, 72 Spicer, Chris 117, 123 Spicer, Jack 61, 122, 124, 127 Springer, David 43, 61, 73, 76, 85, 111 Springer, James 15, 24, 115 Stahl, Charlaine 117, 123, 124, 125 Stahl, Karen 60, 120, 125 Stahl, Sharon 57, 60, 108, 112 Stanley, Deborah 60, 120, 124, 125 Stanley, Veronica 124 Stanley, Mike 32, 66, 96, 106, 109, 110 Stephen, Teresa 57 Stevens, Leonard Wayne 43 Stewart, David 117, 124, 125, 126 Stidham, Gloria 52, 60, 62, 70, 72 Stidham, Linda 61, 122, 124 Stockdale, Steve 57, 67, 84, 129 Stockdale, Tom 61, 122, 127 Stockhouse, Sally 124 Stone, Sandy 52 Stone, Sheila 122, 124 Stoneking, Brenda 112 Stout, Linda 122, 124 Stout, Marilyn 57, 60, 108, 110 Stout, Pam 117, 123 Stout, Randy 117 Stout, Susan 122, 124 Stunkard, Christine 122, 124, 125 Stunkard, James 3, 57, 77, 107, 109, 110 Stunkard, Jan 117, 123, 124, 125 Sullivan, Connie 117 Sullivan, Kathy 52, 60, 76 Sutherland, Annette 16 Sutherland, Doug 57, 106, 108 Sutherland, Mike 83, 117, 126 Sutterfield, Patsy 57, 108 Sutton, Gary 61, 120, 127 Sutton, Larry 61, 120, 127 Tarkington, John 61, 120, 124, 125, 128 Tarkington, Rebecca 61, 120, 124 Tarr, Carol 117 Taskey, David 117, 124 Taskey, Gay 52, 61, 72, 108, 111, 112 Teel, Janice 122 Teel, Ronald 52 Templin, Richard 3, 52, 72, 79, 104, 107, 111 Tennet, Jenniler 52, 60 Tetrick, Dale 120, 127, 128 Tetrick, Ted 120, 127, 128 Thomas, James 120 Thomas, Mike 52, 79, 96 Thomas, Pat 88, 117 Thompson, Angela 57 Thompson, Karen 52, 60, 76 Townsend, Carolyn 52 Trice, John 78, 83, 88, 117, 123 Trine, BiU 58 Troyer, Martha 117, 123, 124 Trump, Carolyn 58, 109 Tucker, Ann 52, 60, 72 Tudor, William 120, 127 Turner, Dana 43 Turner, Molly 117, 123 Turner, Peggy 52 Turner, Steve 17, 52, 66, 88 Tygart, Dale 52 TVgart, Michael 73, 117 U Underwood, Marjorie 7, 22 Underwood, Ralph 52 Van Mass, Betty 117 Van Ness, Albert 122 Van Sickle, Carolyn 3, 58, 60, 107, 108, 110 Varnau, Michael 73, 83, 117, 124, 125 Varnau, Patricia 122, 124 Vega, Charles 61, 122, 127 Vega, Jim 52, 88 Vonderahe, Jan 117, 123, 125 Vonderahe, Jane 122 Vonderahe, Jeannie 117, 125 W Wall, Brent 122 Wall, Greg 56, 58, 85, 96, 108 Wall, Marcia 61, 120, 124, 125 Warner, Max 122, 128 Warner, Nancy 117, 123 Webb, Betty 52, 62, 112 Webb, John 55, 58, 84, 129 Webb, Libby 120, 124, 125 Webb, Susan 52, 60, 67, 70 Weeks, Howard 52, 62, 72, 88, 112 Welling, Dan 3, 43, 62, 72, 84, 88, 91, 107, 110 Welling, Winky 3, 52, 62, 72, 103, 106, 107, 109, 110 West, Daletta 60, 120, 124 West, Marcia 117, 123 INDEX Westner, Talifer 23, 43 Wetzel, Joyce 117 Wetzel, Unda 120 White, Beverly 61, 120, 124, 125 White, Clifford 122 White, Marilyn 52, 60, 62, 70, 122, 129 White, Steve 117 White, Thomas 122 Whitehead, Steven 61, 122, 124 Whiteford, John 58, 106, 109, 111 Whiteman, Cheryl 52, 60 Whiteman, Toni 117 Whitmer, H. 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