Pontiac Senior High School - Quiver Yearbook (Pontiac, MI)

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Cx :J-,L 2-.S I I , 4 4 ,As ,f 1 0' J, , ,k" mi, the wise man looks ,pn-un.. ', ,fmwn I ,V , , ',, v f f 3 ,yi 'SI' into space C f tl n I0 ldll-1 . . and does not regard the small as too little, nor the great as too bigg for he knows that there is no limit to dimensions Lao-lse Every day ln the school year, a student I life is magnified and multzplled. Its n t but sometimes its fun. 5 I .,f f..: ,4f, is If z 1 Q N. "Hn .Qf '14, A ,J The nioer 966 Pontiac Central High School 'az 250 W. Huron Pontiac, Michig'on Artie B yers and Nancy Hefner, Editors-in-Chief Kenneth Brown, Advisor I ' Volume 6 Table of Contents Counselors, page 10 Library, page 12 Audio- Visual, page 13 Speech, page 14 Dramatics, page 15 Home Economics, page 16 Drivers Education, page 17 Seniors, page 18 National Honor Society, page Cross Country, page 52 Wrestling, page 54 Swimming, page 56 Track and Field, page 58 Tennis, page 60 Golf, page 61 Childrens ' Play, page 62 Administration, page 66 Business Education, page 68 Industrial Education, page 70 Language, page 72 Physical Education, page 74 Juniors, page 76 Homecoming, page 94 Football, page 98 Basketball, page 102 Baseball, page 106 Cheerleaders, page 108 Dolphins, page 109 Musical, page 110 Science, page 118 Math, page 120 Art, page 122 Music, page 123 English, page 124 Social Science, page 126 Students Featured, page 128 Sophomores, page 130 Group Pictures, page 146 Advertising 49: Index, page 178 Editors ' Backward, page 200 6 luv-1 'Q ,, .i ii H, g -4 JM , fm .lm -Q K ,.,,. , 1 'QV ,A,, K ff' ,ag -i'2' ,- ff Jlf-lif2f 5,7 ',,- f gf, V . -' , 4 ' ' ' A Q V vlll .A , U 534,354 , L, , 7 .. I ,Q 1 ,fi , I ,Q ,.,. F L I ' A KQ, , , . . 1 -A A The wise man looks into space ' L -- ,..,, and does not regard the small as too little his ww, " 111 '11 - I1 A.A if ,A, g,A, V ,v.W ' .-,'.: wl1:, 5 73 T1'lr'1 Judie Green seeks information from her counselor, Richard Ayling, concerning the second semester 's curriculum. 'I N HU' 10 ll Rose McDonald informs Connie Vanderlind of the Elks Youth Leadership Contest in which Connie won a one hun dred dollar Savings Bond. 4 fr Vera Mae Adams f X i 7' y Gerald Hunt 54, 1391 4' 4 4. .Z fx Richard Emma Ayling Cogbom V 5 it U fe T, -.4 4 I J af . ' 'ix " ' tiig. Muni "-' w James Lafnear Rose McDonald I -ff I, it 'L Gordon Earhart Henry McShan 1' Henry McShan, a new PCHS counselor, and Nancy Hefner co-ordinate their efforts to prepare a schedule designed to give her the best possible scholastic benefits. There is no problem l too small to ignore William Graham Through a battery of inventories, tests gauged to measure knowledge and personal interests, the counse- lor can help the student determine the curriculum most suitable for him. By keeping files containing materials ranging from occupational information to college catalogues, the counseling office provides the student with the oppor- tunity to investigate the possibilities of his future. The counselor also helps the student realize his future by - informing him of job opportunities, The counselor also has a great deal of work cut out for him in the sphere of discipline. He can be a deter- mining factor in the student's struggle to overcome Tilwifk personal difficulty and physical handicap. 1 - , a , W '- 2, ,,, ?f....,- z ' isis: f 1 .V 2-3. 1 my kj .t .Q ee... Ralph Rotsel Richard 11 "f0T Thomas Metzdorf to LeRoy McKinney: "two, four . . . Entangled in the chains of the libraryig desk twenty-eight . . . thafll be ninety-two cents for the overdue pencil, Marvin Quince checks out one of the charge on The Call of the Wild. 11,374 books listed in our library's card catalogue, , f P '4 fm, r l ? M X Doris Haynes 4 'e ee ' ' Thomas Metzdorf 12 I Sem: fu! film on and gq of sdw is 1 of I Beca PM res Ulfreasi fafilitie PM 1 'moms suited student Supp the fgn the and 513 s CL. Secretary Carol Burke is responsible for scheduling, typing and mailing film orders. She earned the club's pin and guard award for four semesters of school service. Projectionists Willie Jones and Mark Bisgeier not only show movies but also acquire an understanding of the mechanical parts of the machines they run A potent medium of communication is the responsibility of Central's Audio Visual Club Because ofthe classroom accent on special- ized research, more and more students make increasing use of the library's educational facilities. This increase in library activity has placed in the librarians' hands the demanding responsibility of selecting reputable books suited to the various interest levels of the student body. Supplying the classroom with enrichment in the form of recordings, movies and filmstrips, the audio-visual club is also under the general I is supervision of the library's secretary, Dorothy Prevette. The club members, who are usually trained in a junior high audio visual program, show approximately two hundred films per semester. In planning future projects, the librarians hope to acquire copying machines, enabling the student to reproduce pictures and refer- ence materials that cannot be taken from the library. l 1 I i f F . 96' Ji S Tom Hahn and Roberta Wine practice their win- ning debate technique. fbelowj Forensic student, Nancy Appleton. PCI-I peech Dept Pontiac Central . . . 52 points ' Flint Northern . . . . 38 points l Flint Central. . , . . 32 points f Q Flint Southwestern. . . 29 points O 5, Arthur Hill .... . . 27 points - L Saginaw ..... . . 14 points at Dt o . ' . gui If Q UC , 4 - -' , Dru 3 I dfrl Q. g il its N . ze C l . David Barker holds the attention of a critical debate class. 1 The courses offered in the Speech Department are pro- grammed to fit the many needs of the students. Included in the range of subjects offered are speech, debate, radio speech and forensics. Speech classes instill self confidence and alertness. Radio speech stresses the production of radio plays and the technique of sound effect. In debate and forensics, logic and eloquence are 5, developed. As proof of its effectiveness, " the debate team won forty debates, N losing only eight to win the Saginaw Valley Championship for the seventh -L.. "" time out of the last eight years. W- Walter Smith my i l , ff K N l , Dramatics Classes Develop Talent In the dramatics classes, emphasis is placed on individual performance. The student first studies various gestures, facial expressions and postures is to at- tain acting proficiency. These skills are more fully developed as the student gains experience in Charade and pantomime techniques. As voice projection, control and self-confidence are acquired. it becomes easier for the neophyte to improvise. In the advanced dramatics classes the stu- dent works to perfect the acting techniques that had been previously taught. He also studies script reading which enables him to transfer reality into the charac- ters he portrays. The course also covers play produc- tion and the theater as an art form. Dramatics offers satisfaction to performers Connie Van- derlind and Brian Rosenthal. f, K, 2 -qfffff, l Q JW. ,,,..,, ffwffff'i" T WQ Blocking the right moves is an intri- cate part of a successful dramatic production. Vic Adams, Connie Vanderlind and Jo Johnson are dramatic blockheads. - "M-in ,. . . A .A,, ,,,,, A AU," WA., ' 0 , ff fy!! f fivnv lf I . Ziyi . aww rw, 'f tv ,, ,I mg 42, 'ae ? 'Z is - xi., - Stuart Packard 8,4 'ig X, With the practical purpose Linda Featherstone, Rebecca Ramirez and Janice Penson Kabouej displav the decorations they made in class, Elaine Smith and Laura Hubbard Kbelowi experiment in creative cookery. of serving individual needs The Home Economics De- partment works with the purpose of benefitting the individual student. To assist in this goal, the department offers a number of coeducational courses. Because of the inevi- table progress and rapid pace of the 1960's, new and ad- vanced materials and methods have become an accepted part of the curriculum. Such courses as Foods for boys, Food pre- paration, Food Serving, Ad- vanced Clothing, and Home Management are now a part of the regular class schedule. The department under the supervision of Carol Irish en- deavors to instill in its students some idea of their future roles as responsible members of a family. 4 F Q. . v e Carol Irish Z 5 x 41' Jo Leino f' l r I ! U Even Damn ration i tllflugh D Quainiei mg ffm flflllng Practice lb? Pon fluted I ham lin Nance. ' Slriq E flrii-may Io dm, ' v J - 4 , .. W Q. 4 -vi' JT A ,, . A .5 .CI 7 A To drive James Ralph Grubb Graybiel Driver education cars are loaned to the school by the Pontiac Retail Store. Every year hundreds of students anxiously participate in driver's education in the expec- tation that they, too, will become skilled enough to earn a driver's license. They are ac- quainted with traffic rules and defensive driv- ing tactics before they are oriented to actual driving conditions. The students are able to practice their new skills with cars provided by the Pontiac Retail Store. Besides being intro- duced to driving techniques. the new students learn how a car operates and its proper mainte- nance. Habits and attitudes are formed under strict guidance so that students emerging from driver's education have the interest and desire to drive safely and courteously. Roger Shepler Dean Wilson safely and courteously Driving problems are often disc'u.wsed irith the help of the magnetic board. V4 W! 4 I f 9 nv""" .,. In rip? I w 412531 if , A . A -agfj- Zlifllnii V fi l Senior Portralts x x J!-,,,,.. J ri.. -2 une Cradunlcs , El? 1,3 I 4. 'vw Q' ' w, At'f,glLg.:XIQ11'Iln Allen, Nam-y Allen, Ronald Amerswn, Sylvia Almas, Judith 17 Alward, William l'hrn Alarzrwm and l.mf1f, Hmu fl Yun Alf.-Q mf ml N pwplf' lm Q Hunan Andermn, Lee Ann Andersun,R1chard Andrews, Philip Anthony, Joanne Anfhony, Res-die Q' ,f' A-4-. ' 1 Q .,. ,. 1 f, . I Nd f' y ' Nu..- A 2 A -uf f Ali f ' X EES sa.. pw www- - W... 4 Arellanrv, Arthur NIU' A K Arnold, Phillip C Bacak, Carol Barber, Gloria Barnett, Shelby , f ,lf f Arnold, Sandra Asplin, Nancy Baker, Floyd p VA. f . , ,, 4 ,if y W fvl- b l l , Baker, Alan Barnett, Marilyn Barnicz. Gail Barrett, Martha X Atkins, Valerie f' fl ,4 f f , f f, Aubert, Henry ',...,... .T J: mk4v..M,..H....,,f ,,, ,V ' i,?.'?'?" ' ' . Ellven Halrhsll and ,'l1ll.'r llllllrl Slcnlrboardm Bass, C hristine Beck. Loretta as June Graduateb Beckett. Carole Beehe, Karen Bergo, Cindy Bertholdy, John Boettger, Janet Bosworth, Alice Brvwker, Cheryl Hi ii:-1 Be-glarian, Rosa Bigler, Bruce Bell, Ronald Benedict, Cheryl Buga, John Brady, Bertie Bishop, Yolanda Brauner, Friederick R. Blakeman, Ted 2 I 1 4 Bone, David Brembery. Hattie X Brindley, Bruce Bryant, Cynthia Bryant, Jacqueline Bryant, James Brown, Belinda B!'HWIl,NI21l'j -,,...- Sue' Nirwlti Buckberrough, Jeffrey ,Paul Dann andW1lln',-Urn Hun!! H :uid x rulh r Ifmg, r l'r dd: Bullis, Rose-rnarx Bunce N .alcrie Burke Carol June Graduates Busbee, Ruth Byers, Thomas fu 3, , " fb, .,,' , - ' ' ,, 4 if I U ff l r vs. if I9 I ff X Carroll, Joy Cockle, Margaret 518.-v Bushell, Geraldine Bussard,f'ary Butler, Charlotte , 0-.Q -41 l A Byers, Artie Carro, Dianne Cantu, Carlos Capuzzi, Susan C31'liU9,JFifl Cartier, Janet Caughill, Gail Chapman, Mary Jo Coleman, Dallas Collias, Helen Cooney, William K Clarkson, Jean Cooper, Robert 1 'Ii- Q0 'Pr N ,.,v'9 gf Cvlgelihaver, Bonilyn C0DI'9TSmllh- R055 C'f'fdfWH'Af1Uff' Council, Raymond .I A 'Q W if 2 . U av ' 1 'M' an Danic, Paul Devereaux, Kathy l Covert, Linda Daniel, Reuben I .-ng f:. 4211 ' '. . I 'GJ ' 5. he-ur. i' , , 3 A Donaldson, Michael Cowgill, Renee Davis, Morris I 4 J, ' L If ,' ' . '. all Al u V ,, i' U M W ffl K D Donaldson, Michele Cordova. Margarita Cox, Jeri Davis, Linda an Dowe. Samuel f ' rl ,. N ff: Cordova. Olga Croskey. Geraldine gi iv: .., XA . 4, X 1 Deni. Frank Dudley. Gloria lumpy' Dudley, Roy Edwards, Lillian Elliott, Sadie Epley, Linda Duffie, Ronald 7 B s x I x 1 W S 1 Elam, Walter Ellsworth, Duane ,..r'fs- - 31, 1 2 4 I I ! Essiamhre, Glenda 49 xf 7 A Ellenworid, George Elmy, Michael Eatmon, Chester Edson, Rosa Elliott, Chris RK ... 4. QTY! Z Elliott, Charles Emerson, Christine Ennis, David Essiambre, Glenn Evans, Jessie ib- E is--ff! "' Evan5,La1'ry Everett, Char 0 Farms, Richard 'Q . Folsom, Donna Everling, Jeffrey es.. Fed, Macom Fatef. EFIISSI Ferguson, Darrell Forslund, Susan Fisher, Ted Fox, Richard Frayer, Linda X Fowler, Joyce Frazier, Walter Farms. Nancy Finch, Janice Fowler, Shirley French. Barbara June Graduates Frue, Michael Gales, Shirley Gatzmyer, Linda Gibbs, Linda 496 Hun-Q, Fulton, Ann Fuselier, Vera Gadcles, William Garcia, Grace Garland, Helen 'Q Gay, Cheri Gee, Douglas Gibson, John Gill, Emma Girst. Jack g Gaiter, Jimmy Garrett, Lois Gentry, Michael Glazier, Phillip 7 rg. ., if ferr i X f Gclizalez, Linda Green. Betty Gulacsik, Deborah Hardenhurgh. Sandra I Gordon, Debra Green, 'Aim Gowen. Cynthia Gray. David Sandra Green. Susan ' 'QR A Gr3y,D0I'1mIhy Guadagnoli. Dorthey fi 1- Hamilton. Kathryn Harris. DlJI47lhj' Hahn, Thomas Hale. Jean Harper, Jimmie Harrington. Elmer Harrington. John -9 ' V' S3 ,' V , " an if Q! 2 June Graduates fl! -up Hatchett Eileen Hawes, Karen Hawkins, Willie Hayes, Bertha Hefner, NHHCY Hemming, Dawn .f .efx r !l,p,, dl v no r'g 'sl ns Q2 Henderstem LVM JW: Bnetlger, Dave Ennis, Marianna Rnllff, ,aff Byers and ixfwi Rmnrr Halw, Half, Hal! Henson, Gary Hernandez, Richard Herron, Shirley Herveou, Dennis Hirsch, Margaret 1: og: x Hokman, Linda Horace, Marilyn House,-, ,james Howard, Thomas '1 " .4.4r- fA A ,,.. Q, Huff, Victoria Huntley, Rodney Hurford, David Hurst, Janis xx-4 it Howard, Bruce Howlett, Cynthia X N Humphrey, Durline Hutchons, Gloria Howard, George Hsu, Nancy K Hunt. Cecilia Huttula, Gerald 4 , 31 June Graduates Irwin, Daniel Jackson, Linda Jefferson, Arthur Jenskinson, M Isenherg, Linda A -,-,es - - 3: D .WW do ' vi ei Q' -4 I Jackson Robert v Jenkie, Lauralee aureen Jenks, Frederick Johngon' JO ISHUEH, Richard Jackson, David Jackson' Leroy Jacobs, Margaret James, Teddy Jenkins, Anna Jenkins, Thomas Johnson, Sherry Johnson, VVilliam 'Ji' Johmtfm Cami ,jqingi David Jones, Terry Juris, Margaret Jordan. Ywinne 0 Joseph,Janice Kellar, Mack Kincaid, Sharon King, Lorraine Kirchmeyer. Karen Koper, Lisbeth X if K .V 94 '. ' ' , V: , 1 , A ., , If' , " Wy V ' 3 K , ,, ' ii. . Kendrick, Mary Kremer. NVilliain KT? Kennedy, John Kinney, Ronald Kennedy, Timuth5 Kirby, Dick E1 Lake, Warren T? of Lamprnan. James Ju ne braduateb H if l Lane, Nathan Lee, Peggy - Lewis, Sue Long, Terry -:Y Lawrence, Darryl Lecornu, Dale Lecornu, Donald LeDuff, Wil Leinenger, Valerie Looney, Lee 5 yi V , L LeMarbe, Ronald 'ff equi? s W" . qv X:- I Q Lidster, Terry Louckes, Pamela Lewis. Barbara Lovse, Danny yr 'uw I lie Lewis, Ronald Long, Cheryl Ludwick, Rossel .Luthen Marcia Mcffallister, Cynthia be ' M4 . Q z 3 ,' ? h,,g IWW McClendon, James McDermott, Deborah 046 Lyons, David Lyons, Janice McCall, Diane Mcfallihter, Cunntance -4- 8 '45av,K 1 K u.f. .. 5 4 Rick Fox and Judy Almas Batman, Ihv cum McDonald, Karen X McFarland. Paul 4111, zf, thi' prffgram and Ihr dam-v McGee. James llllllil 4-...- Mcllquham, Diana V571 June Graduates lf... NIQ-Inallyjghn McNeary, Linda Mar1r1os,Chr1stopher , ' I 4 2 ,, ,1 lVlacFadyen, Mark Madsen, Kay .HA .JA ' 5 J Marsh, John Meredith, Paulette Menzel, Michael Milton, Frances Milton, Mae Massey, Larry Matlock, Patsy Mihay, Marilyn Miilu. William Minor, Gary Mitchell, Darryl A 1 v 1 - Z ' . ,1 ' I Mallory, Patricia May, Dorothy Miller, Donald Mitchell, Linda ""1'. r 1-Eff: 'gif f T Y 5 ff " ' Q I 'Af all 1" A ,ns , llobley, Alhalean Moon, Terry 1 Y J 2' Mosley, Robert Murray, Saundra Q M 1 1 9 ff Mi Molina, Frank Moore, Caster Mullen, Herbert Myers, Mary Jo x Muncriel, Shelly Morgan, Bythelia Mullinix, Jill f f 5 Muney, Andy Morrell. Cynthia Murphy, Carol Neddo, Sidney Newman. Cheryl Monroe, Gloria Morrissey, Michael r, 22" Q Murphy. Jerry Nichols. Lenora lune Graduates ,A vu! 3' fl m . -,i'r'f Nichols, Lorenzo Niflflfliv Sue Odell, John Noel, Ruby O'Berry, Carol Osley, Betty Opie, Charles O'Neill, Dennis Oshust. Sandy Page, Beverly Parker, Harold Paulson, William Paida Tania Payne, Cheryl Pearson, Mary Lou J. -.V iw 1' Patterson, Schuyler Peck, Sam Penson, Janice Pe-tiprin, Warren 1 .., Peacock. Roger P6'HkS. Darlene In Q , r-. ' fa Pickett, Geral Pleasant, Percy P1ppen, Cynthia Plerce, Robert Plfifllm Mary Pohl, William PUSH Mark Powell, Cecil Powers, Pam Porritt. Linda '75 Preston, Penelope Platt, Larry , -me 5 tr , V . e ty ., 'Www Pote. Vicki Pritchett, Charlotte nl 7' , 5 June Graduates Pritchett, Henry Quinn, Douglas t Y-13, ,7' Reiter, Robert Ringstaff, Willie 47 Pruitt, Edwar Ramirez, Celestino Ressler, Patricia d Pryor, Charles Purcer, Linda Ratliff, Glenda Reuter, Carolyn Rivera, Rafael Roach, Richard Roberts, Paul Quince, Marvin Reid, -Juanita A Rice, Seth Robinson. Sylvester 4,- h in z 6 NW Roc-hon, Jacqueline Rodgers, Larry Rodriquez, Edward Role, Michael Rojas, Lupe Rosario, Carmelo Rose, Willianj Rollo, Marianne Rosengren, Susan Rosner, Marjorie Ruff, Laurie Runyon, Douglas Ruplel Herman Ryan, Marlene Sage, David Schroeder,Calherir1e Scott, Mary Scribner. Mike 'PG 41 June Graduates T' Seelye, Isabel Seay,Hu,f1h Seay. Kenneth Se-ay, Linda Se-ay, Raymond Seegraves, Linda Seibert, Suzanne Sellers, Willie Shafer, Cynthia Connie Van Mai-fm Fed, We fry harder' Shafer, Roger if derlmd, Phil Ulazuer, Cynthia Bryant, Kathy Kendnrk, Cecilia Hunt and Sharako, Constance ff Shaw. Ava Shaw, Evelyn Shea, Sandra Sheffield, Theadore 0 Sluka, John Sluka, Robert ' 5 'i ,A .1 ,1. 4 fl figg, 7 ,1 41? Shields, Betty Y ,w,, Y f, a ow , ' ya-,' . .V X- S R J i 4 . p Shuart, Thomas Smith, Charles Ja Shelton, Douglas Shoemaker, Henry Simpson, Estelle Smith. Deborah Sherrell, Carolyn Shorters, James ,M W , he if , Slocum. Gayle Smith. Delois 43 June Graduates 'Q 1 1 ' C- 7, ' ik ..,.f ar 2 6. si 1. 41' A Smith. Gerald Smith, Robert Steen. Linda Stockwell, James Smith, Harrild Smith, Janie Smith, Larry Smith, Sandra Stephison, Gilbert Stowe. Andy Stafne, Janeta Stratton, Sallie Stanke, Kathleen Stickney, Jeffrey Stratton, Theresa .I . 4 f Smith, Michael Stark, Sally Stidham, Marion Sullivan, Sheila Sutton, John 0 Swank, William Swanseyv Lucinda g-WY. ,,,,1n Tate, Ronald Taylflr. NUTEGH Thompson, Ruth Th0mPS0H, SUE Tison, April Torres, Olivia Teasley, Bonner Townsend, Linda Swindells, Toby Teasley, Sheldia Thorne, Larry Tressel, Elsie Fate Brenda 1 " ,, Y gf Terry, James Tige, Willie Tripp. Nancy June Graduates Turner, Constance Vallier, Mary Viau, Marsha Walker, Emma Turner, Munnie Valuet, Michael 4 54 J Tu mer, Sandra Vanderlind, Constance Villereal. Michael Walker, Helen Walker, Lorine Turrentine, Paul Tungn John Van Dyke, Dorothea Walsh, James Warner, Curul xNv3FHfJL'k,N8l1L'j' Warren, Barbara NN arrnn lx nherme W alefg N151-hay-et Sem' page 42,11 hamrr ww Zanguug ' Watsun. Bunnie- , + Weber, l'unstam'e June Graduates 4,-4' Wesley, Alan Wiley, Umicca 5 i 7' 4 ' ' A 5 f , 'Milf , fm Williams, Felmon Wilson, Judy lug White, William 9 ff? 3 Wilkison, Charles Williams, Judith Wilson, Vickie 'ui.-gy Whiteman, Donna Willett, Phyllis Williams, Larry Wine, Roberta Wiggins, Arthur Wilcox, Darlene Williams, Barbara .2 Williams, Asline Williams, Ricky Willis, Joyce Wood. James Woody. Charlene K, Summer School G raduates Wright, Jill 0 Wyzgoski, Arlene Dirty, Thomas X 1 Ellsworth, Sarah McCallister, Siritha ffks ...N ,Jim Loftun, Josephine Y Priest, Sherry Pryor, Brenda Yarher, Lester Gonzales, Jose McCullum, Juanita Pryor, Kirjatheous if . 5 ' 4' ' .514-1 , " , Andritsis. Vera Jr ' . 3? K Jackson, Clarence Morrow, George ' w Roguske. Forrest Craft, Willie Johnmn,Raym1md Jv . 4 ., f ,I If I Powell, Michael Vitasinsky,Stan1ey 'Z' enior Day. Friday, February 25, was Senior Day for the Class of 1966. In an expression of dignity, unity, and spirit, seniors dressed up in their finest twith an emphasis on spiritl. To assure recognition to outstanding seniors, all groups, clubs, and activities chose one representa- tive whom they thought deserved to be honored in the brief program during half time at the basket- ball game on Friday night. The following seniors were honored: Booster Club Gy'rn Assistants Dolphins Girls Recreation Office Co-op Bookstore T-Hawk Ken Seay flfarsity Club! Judy Williams Sandra Turner Sue Ninotti Club Linda Porritt Bonnie LaFountain Raymond Council Janet Boettger Debate Forensics Quiver Biology Club Varsity Club Biology Lab.AssistantsK Pep Band Drum Major Stage Band Attendance Office Future Nurses Audio Visual Club T Sz I Co-op Club Retail Co-op Club Girls' Choir Ushers' Club Roberta Wine Marjy Rosner Connie Weber Carol Bacak Ken Seay athyKendrick Alan Wesley Dennis Blanchard Jeff Stickney Betty Sheilds Mae Milton Carol Burke Pat DiGiovanni Nancy Tripp Carol O'Berry Jan Carline Chemistry Lab. Assistants Dan Lovse Student Council Pres. Cheerleaders A Cappella Choir Thespian Club Future Teachers Senior H.R. Pres. Kat Kay Madsen Cindy Gowen Tom Howard Gail Caughill Nancy Allen hy Devereaux Ray Counc il K Bookstore J 'W al .uid Z z 1 f ."-" 'of 1' Front rout: Larry Hurst, co-captain Martin Acosta, Mole, Earl Polk. Third row: Don Robinett, Ernest Joe Dickie, Julian Gloomis, Bob Dickie, Terry Teas- Griffin, Harold Boone, Alan Paterson, Erle Boone, ley. Second row: Bill Tipton, co-captain Bill Hollis, John Hertza, Russ Clinard, Paul McFarland, Arlester Johnson, Dale Houston, Johnny Molina, Ted H ' F' t ' V ll Bill Hollis Joe Dickie Martin Acosta Harold Boone i out or ,t H l 4 52 -,rl-,, Rookie of the Year, Larry Hurst. I f Inf- f' I 1 , ,ggi 4' 'O ff , if ff, is r Z Wi we ' WC W n ff, ZW elf f 1:1 iw fy 4 fwf Z ' ZW X 5? WM., v,,.u,v,wfe ii i f 3,251 ,, QQ? 1,524 ,413 greg f rr -"' A 1 fl! Arlester Johnson , fad sxzgv s Xr e , - eeii e r r e l e X Q e . X M . - X A YF ' ' 1x v" . ig'1iSL1 ss Q o .' . , L. L r-'- rfl. mX.X NX ,xX. f mQx-r. " Coach Roger Shepler holds the well deserved Saginaw Valley trophy with co-captains Bill Hollis and Martin Acosta, 'WY Chiefs Thrive on Competltlon Finishing with an 8-4-1 record, the grapplersapiaced second in Saginaw Valley competioq. The matmen "placed" ten out of eleven boys with co-captainsrllecii Powell and Bill Hollis taking Valley championshipaz In the annual Christmas Tourney, the Chiefs, 601294 peting with sixteen other schools, made an impressive fourth place. Taking second place medals in fyheltoub Outstanding Vseniurs include Dan EQOd1'igU8Z'-flgiziyi Bin Hollis uvfaz, Ron ,Duffie f15Q-515. gmiicecii Powell' C14-31. y ' H e ' ' 1 4 1 ' The junior varsityalso proved to- tion,QwinningL11 Put ef 12 iwalvhesi Wm Dm Evil llivllfieen Dickie 1'i 5 V fe l,:, 14-if . , - ' . I ,.4'1',.' -' f 3' --:f7- "fr: 5 W - - - , ,f ' ,- ,p , '- ,, f 'f ,,:'.e.:-,',,rf,,.': .,,,,, 2,4 .- ' f' ' , f- V, 1 f ,fr ,, 2 +.fy1'fy:"fnf-5-41,3f,,ge , , -A 4 I- I' i . , ff , , ., -A ",fw'1.:1:,,vf1f ney were Ron Duffie, Dan.Rod1-iguez, and Bill 'Holmy Junior Varsity, first row: Walter Houck, Lewis Sickler, Dave Mullen, Bob Dickie, Bill Baird and Gail Tatum. Second row: Mike Shanholtz, Ray Sutherland, Bennie Ellout, Larry Summers and Earl Polk. Third row: Mark Payne, H. Hodge, Andrew Johnson and Athie McGinnis. ff 5159 5 5 Varsity, first row: Randy Johnson, James Bryant, N. Z. Bryant and Ted Blakeman. Second row: Ed Emery, Ron Duffie, Cecil Powell, Melvin Mullen and Jim Houser, Third row: Robert Ivory, Dan Rod- riquez, Frank Molina, Bill Hollis, Ben Rodriquez, Charles Mason and Coach Steve Szabo. .- H1gh Hopes Come True for ators Varsity, front row: Tom Howard, Norman La- Motte, Dick Chase, Steve Wagg, Roger Fox, Bill Kimmins, Tom Phillips. Second row: Coach Jerry Beckner, Ken Franks, Bob Smith, John Schmude, Ken Osler, Paul Turrentine, Mark Macfadyen. Third row: Tom Pepper, Bob Myers, Jack Webb, Jim Gulacsik, Bill Johnson, Joe Dickie, John Mason. o John Mason M Varsity Schedule PCI-I 78 -Flint Central 50 -+Pontiac Northern 46 -Bay City Central W 53 -Arthur Hill 505--Iviidlami 68 -f-Flint Northern . 49 --Bay City Handy 74 7-Saginaw V- ' 71 f-FlinthSouthwestern C571-+F1int Central 7 42 -Bay City Central 64"--Midland 'H 53' --Pontiac Northern 68 -+FiIint N orthem 27 55 59 52 545 37 55 31 34 48 63 41 52 37 1 .V i in "High hopes"-the opfiznistic prediction came true for the nators. Captain Tom Howard was backed by aijstrongig1'oup of juniors and one remarkable sophomore. The squadfwas 'considered the best all around team in six years., , . One of the most: impressive vic- iioriesfwas they first in fifty mi-:ees against I-HH. Ther, sqnawrs 'initstaadkrgf I metsf included Tom 660' ,'bgekszrokel,' 'swvea-,wagg A ffeefsfifbliijiiflivvls M y L iff' " -A-' i 'J ffl. W Junior Varsityg first row: Ed Lee, Mark Bisgeier, Mike Boga, Kirk Henderstein. Second row: Jim Grable, Rafail Rivera, Lar- ry Haskins, Bob Grove, Coach Jerry Beckner. Third row: Tom Gibson, Chuck Porritt, Larry F roede, Carl Lightfoot. q 5 6 W I if it v g ' n Q ,J - 4! .W 11 164 ww, mb Trackg first row: Tim Miller, N. Z. Bryant, Charlie Jackson, Michael Carter, Joe Dickie, Karl Williams, Maurice Johnson, Larry Lewis, Bob Dickie, Larry Hurst and Hugh Outland fmanagerj. Second row: David Mullen, Walter Elam, Phil Barack, Arlester Johnson, Walter Noel, Ernest Griffin, Rick Sherrell, Bill Tipton, Bill Hollis, Erle Boone and Harold Boone. 451x455 Track Don Lavalais Karl Williams 3 58 .-Q Bill Hollis and Arlester Johnson sr ff I f X :Nw - H ,ng , ' P Danny Daniel 4 E l .44 as f.,,' kv 'a tra M' K ' Field Coach Dean Wilson are .. Field, first row: Darryl Mitchell, Danny Daniel, Jesse Bennett, Walter C. Terry, Joe Smith, Donald Lavalais, Earl Polk and Ken Franks. Second row: Robert Mickens, Arthur Wiggins, Ernest Barber, Bennie Williams, Alton Wilson, Athie McGinnis, Bruce Turpin and Robert Milligan. f.. , mf' B 523715 ' l l :fl rl, zjwi' 221 , I 4' . V 5 , 'xl 4' iii. , , ,al 2' ,if Z, ' -.1 , .lu 1 Q ' ,::aL,' ' iff Q S First row: Tim Shiremari, Chuck Smith, Mike VanGuilder, Bruce Bigler Ron Lewis, Sky Patterson and Mike Jenkins. Second row: Larry Rogers and, Don Robinett. l Jim Gulacsik Ron Lewis 60 7' . Tennis I i I ' im M, UM! ff Mark -UDFU1 Mike VanGuilder i f Golf ,,. . , .-I , fi .54 42.2 , f,AM,.,,,4 33,3 , 1, 1 ,Z X 1 4- 4' f . iz f::z:1za4fWAfmfyidwyww-gifs.-Q .-1-'::-nv,-1244! A MV! W -,9- V., 2 .,, of , wgjg. ':,f1qivf,gy,-,mv-3.,yi- 2' -1 Q 'fig' M .M 1 ' , 5340, ::.,1cf - We f:-a.'e1r- l5w"'f 1 1 U! ,ffwfff fig? eff Dave M cN eel y .1iz'-'wits--LbfiHvivae,141'f7'1,1-01:51fgzgy.. 4152--2'f2ffaIf ff", U14-2, fy .ar f6 ,W '21-1-M'2Q2er1,4q.f.:4' wma fiffvif' 11440 uf' A," - ' f-.wfzii-.vwifrfsghiwI-fpJ4yf.f4,:1p,,Qv:fm.!v-'Qqfwff' fl ,!,.4 ' -6' f Svit, A v ,s- Lslif x fl h L n ' First row: Tom Pinho, Gary Beckman, Dave Mc- Neely, Dick Kirby, Doug Runyon, Richard Gorman and Coach Tom Osler. Second row: Mike Newman, Mark Bisgeier, Walter Shepler, Dennis Baker, Chris Marinas, Bill Gaddes and Gary Bussard. xg nw V H, uw., ., Dick Kirby .L Lw,,,4-Y ..,.. , , , '-.. f-af , J ' V.-.-4 rn., Ss' Doug Runyorz Gary Beckman Q13-v.-.. 61 :Bo- - 'fc AMN ,A Ixmg of Hearts Rob Gordon Alice andthe Grxphon Mzke Leacher WP It wus dbo Carole Beckett Studenl dzrector Alice didnt think it so very much out of the way to hear the rabbit say to itself Oh dear' I shall be too late' But when the Rabbit actually took a watch out of its waist coat pocket Alice started She had never before seen a rabbit with a waist coat pocket Burning with curiosity she ran after the rabbit and was just in time to see it disap pear down a large rabbit hole So begins Alices Adventures in Wonderland, a children s story by Lewis Carroll adapted to the stage by Madge Miller. Alice fMarilyn Smithl, tumbles down the hole of the White Rabbit lBill Gauklerl, to meet a menagerie of mad characters. Alice follows the White Rabbit, who is delivering the Queen's tarts, and while they are busy looking for his gloves, the tarts are stolen! Now Alicels concern is finding the tarts before the end of the Queen'S croquet game for surely someone's head will be takenl. In her quest Alice goes to the home of the March Hare fAllesia Danielsl, and finds him having tea with the Mad Hatter lHarrington Fedl, and the Dormouse iRon Belll. 62 X 'W ,y X 1 Lf W X X X X i K f lf TX nf- ,.,- irl was Alice. W f'! S I -- . . Knaue of Hearts, Dave Harker and Duchess, Cindy fiuuen. to Wondebldnd. Sl-we scared hen The Queen Queen of Hearts, Carol O'Berry and Alice, Marilyn Smith. Stuart Pac-ka rd, director. Continuing her search, Alice meets the Mock Turtle lJanis Watkins? and the Gryphon tMike Leacherl, who force her to watch their moronic Quadrille-Lobster dance. She is then whisked through a game of Croquet with the King fRoh Gordon? , Queen lCarol O'Berryl. and Duchess fCindy Gowenl. played with live fla- mingoes for mallets and hedgehogs for balls. Finally. comesthe trial where the Knave of Hearts tDave Barkerl is convicted of stealing the tarts. Just as the whole Deck of Cards is about to attack Alice. she awakens with her head on her sister Mar- garet's lCindy Jonesl shoulder. knowing that no one could ever believe her story about her visit to Wonderland. 63 The wise man looks into space ,jj and does not regard the great as too big ,Q fu ll I l ra. V H- N n. ff fx -...W Principal Francis Staley confronts the PA system. The Administrative Organization f The administration is responsible for the organization and the supervision of Pontiac Central's society. This entails providing not only essentials such as textbooks, materials and teachers, but also planning a curriculum, forming school policies and coordinating the Student Council. Financing is a fundamental factor to every organization. Pontiac Central receives funds from the state government 6212 per studentl, the Oakland County Allocation Board, the school district and county tax levies and federal aid tNational Defense Education Actl. 0 fl' Harold Smead and his attendance secretary, Margaret Lowry. Over the course of the school year about S1000 is spent to educate each student. The total school budget amounts to almost one million dollars annually. A major part of insuring that student- administration relations are kept running smoothly is played by the Student Council. The homeroom representatives communicate K school policy and report any problems and or f suggestions to the administration. They try to l overcome these problems by inacting accept- able solutions. fr if 7, 'V 'Lf Francis W. Staley, Donald McMillen, Principal Assistant Principal 5 E 5 u 5 Z 'Z 1- x E ii 1' E 5 'Gu f Wesley Maas, Harold Smead, Assistant Principal Administrative Assistant Wesley Maas and Ralph Gardener attempt to place another student in Mr. Gardener! welding class. 24' 3. Donald McMillen, interested in maintaining smooth rela- tions between the student body and the administration, confers with Artie Byers fabouej. Jackie Reene's responsibilities as secretary to Mr. McMillen include determining athletic ,Y elegibility fbelow, leftj. Secretaries Pat Byers and Margaret if Todd maintain an efficiently run main office tbelow, rightj. i' ati ,lm T- i' . ,,i' '- 9.114 . V. A 7273 , 1 fee' ee fw- .,, f ,lm .. U -- ' , ' W .. . , ,.., . ',-,, qi 4.3: .. V l Lg -- N, fi- I cw ni , J W' f I 67 ld Business is our only Business The business student participates in a train- ing program designed to encourage initiative and co-operation which are often designated as qualifications for employment security. Skill is the major prerequisite for success in most business fields: to assure its development a variety of courses is offered. These courses in- clude business law and English office computa- tion, secretarial instruction tinvolving typing, shorthand, and filingl, and marketing. Notehand, a course that has been offered by the business department for thre originated for the benefit of the college pre- paratory students, This system of note taking requires the student to shorten word spellings and substitute symbols for letter groups, Some of the more recent innovations in the department include the key punch, sorter and the 402 accounting machines which are de- signed to punch, alphabetize and record the information on computer cards. 9 YGHYS, was Yes 5 s ' I 4 X 1 ,Q H' Some of the newest equipment is used in the business department to give the students the best training possible fabouej Carolyn Wayne. Irrsgruc GITOF. sn, lx J da A ALJ 4 . J 44 . , -file. I A - H' Olga Distad Betty Gillow Orra Muter Ella Gene Gerard MCMHUUS Carmi Odell I ur P, if .4 68 9 4 rw V, tor Gene Gerard helps Linda Epley search for an elusive -. Z' Xa in-J' 7525? Bill Gaukler discovers that some slight pressure downward with the fingers brings the best results. Thorrhs Osler ,naw William Rogers 4 F , 6 4 . Gaynl Spalla 'ar wn,' if he 1 Bertha Stephens aw' ,i A., John Zimmerle K ,wav W- -,,, ,-. fy ,, X ,L giixxn Kendra Fed realizes typing can be a success-factor in every curriculum available at Central. The mastery of basic machines is the goal of business student Lupe Rojas. 'T s ,""""N as-q www-'susan-N 77" , Hs- ..,, '? Mis 2 ,,..,e-. V . .. 4 an N ,hef- : -... f ' f'V,i2?3ffg,f J i .-5 I 69 Trade and Industrial Preparation ln the Trade and lndustrial Department emphasis is placed on preparing the student for work upon graduation. Courses such as welding. drafting. hasic electronics, auto mechanics and machine shop are offered. Many students gain valuahle experience in typesetting and similar tasks as they print the Tomahawk. Each spring several students enter the Chrysler Trouble- shooting Contest in which they must find and correct several faulty engine parts in a limited amount of time. 70 ' -f-new 049' Edgar Tedsen explain a low voltage power supply meter panel and vacuum tube volt meter to Ron Cowan. Mr, Tedsen 's electronics classes are quite popular. Ralph William 'mph Atwen Ted Carlson Gardner Guthrie ' . s- i '- i " f' ., 1, . -N' ' ' 'Hi .. 'Q 'Z 1 l .- 1- .bl A l Danial Rodriquez, Rodney Huntly and Roger Pea- cock fabovej use the lathe, a machine for shaping metals. Art Cordova fright! discusses a milling machine problem u'ith instructor William Guthrie. I xxx R . ii N . Q "N ' ' FW' Kenneth Donald Kaiser Ray Lowry Huffman A KJ' .24 K V X sr A 4, Q dr Robert Nutter Joseph Shara Edgar Tedsen R Y- T I at f, g g Goals of Fluency i . ,, Q I l - ' 'wr fgr ERMANY K1 fv- ' f 5 eq 9' "Lawns, fff' A1 "Sprechcn sie Deutsch, David Faust fabovej?" Lynn Seiser fright! complains that Spanish verbs are hard to si. 72 and Appreciation As a result of fluency in a language, the stu- dent is capable of broadening his knowledge of the foreign country's culture. In addition, the student will attain a deeper, more meaningful appreciation of his own language. This year Kathleen Anderson has joined the department teaching first year French. Pres- ently, there are available courses in French, Spanish, Latin, and German, third year Ger- man being offered for the first time. Perhaps in the future, languages such as Russian, Italian, Chinese and Japanese will be introduced. fTop, leftl Roger Smith, Fred Travis, and Kirk Lindquist. fleftb Ray Stahl. S 5 "I just can't seem to roll my R's!" re- ports David Barker with tongue out of cheek. -. .f ,3 . y 1: ,yn . . W. .2 'z-:j ,- fl -f . f 14, V xo 117,41 Helen Kathleen Anderson Anderson M Q ,ig . Q:,:g :,r.,- jg., Q I if ig, Q , Anton Lingl Frances William Martz Richardson John Hertza and Chuck Smith faboue, rightj resort to the use of a map of German resorts. Dennis Herveau frightj: As the words grow longer, pencils grow shorter. ,f GERMAN! .,--1-ig-?'. K,- . C 1 R Xi Q NX H. nf iv'W,nvww' ' 4 2' . uf , zwwf' f ' Af wnwwd l Essential to every physical education class is the warmup session, Keith Dexlrom puts his best foot forward, Roger Fox, when in the water, goes through a metamorphosis, from man to fish Ktopj. At the end of her rope! Unid- dlej. Tim Cooley demonstrates one ofthe muscle building activities of the boys' p hys ical edu ca tio n classes. 74 , P ysical Fitness! Physical fitness is important to the development of a wellerounded individualg building healthy bodies is the main objective of the Physical Edu- cation Department. Boys participate in gymnastics and calisthenics to develop muscles and coordination. Swimming, weight-lifting, and isometrics are also part of their program. The girls physical education course includes gymnastics, Swedish gym, track and field, and swimming. Besides physical fitness, the department also develops recreational skills such as table tennis, shuffleboard, archery, golf, folk and square danc- ing, tennis, and volleyball. ,Maw . -.-V '3's.lu+. as 'W SE ...,v ' it 1 I kwa The joy ofsuccess spreads over Stacia Burns ' face as she accomplishes a tae jump H Q ,,,,, ...ar ... J Rs wi , , ,. 9. , . In Frances Casey cffmwwav 4 ,..f'H" e Awww V Nh' . uawvv NSW? P Catherine RS""' h H Craig r . R an .- fl i R Nab 1-. E rg? Q! it Steve Szabo Y Dorothy Chantler 1'-1. Paul Dellerba .',Q :- S L Arthur Van Ryzin While others are zcaitirzg for the fall. Pam Plllou' proves she can out-balance them all. 75 ....l,i-g Junior Portraits KT u I' , r my .-Q A Qciwiia Sandy Shorter and Mike Owen: Did you hear that big jolly green kid say, "Hof Ho! Ho!" Angel, Pam Anthony, Barbara Armhrusl.er,.leann1e Armstrong, Ruth Arnold, Carol Aspluncl, Ar! Alexander, Betty Alexander, Robert Alderson, Toni Allen, Linda Anderson, Laurie 40-1- 3 in B- X l 772 V' N 'Nfl A . 9 l 5 r Austin, Chris 5 Autry, Barbara A 1 'W Bacow, Elaine , ' -:L :Ll -:J Bahan, Larry .f i Bailey, Dorthene K , V , v , Bailey, Veatrice ? Ly rt , -W I' ii., ll 'V Ball, Barbara H V , if Baruch, Phil 6' Barker, Kathy 7 .- 4- ' , ,fl ' Barker, Ned si "' fl W Barkus, Clyde A J L '- - , Barron, Steve I . x fill I Basra, Lelia Baylor, Pauline Boyne, Bob , Beck, Ronnie ' gy -x Beck, Terry " Beckman, Gary f Q 4. . ll Bclanger, Mary Both Benfoenl, Alvin , Biggfi, Janice ff xkl ' A K aira.eu,Alvrrr Q 'r , ' 'I' i Q X Birdie-tt, Falvin an-. ' sl Birdiett, mia Iwi ,L ,X ' ,M A nhl 'll X L X , r .r . , rp- , l 1 78 l Burner. Mark Brshop, Edward Blnkeney, Chrrs Blanton. Sherlq Blaylock, John Bledsoe. Gary Boyesen. Bart Bolden. Valorxe Boone. Harold Boone. James Borders. Sonya Boughner. Pa! 5. I 5- Y SH I I J gi , ' r 5' ' x ' rf: W 1 N A L' . Q ' 'Y Q E , "1 'U' ' ' K 'R Q L- fi? B-wursz-nu, Nhrk Bowne. Jayne Brace. Rrck Bradford. Casnndm Brauner, Suxmne Bright. Torn Broadnax, Ons Brown, Bonnre Brnwn, Ken Brown, Shrrley Bryant. Edward Bryant, N, Z. 'O Nancy Wirth and Jean Armbruster: Yeah, Mothers are like .1 V 5 luv! 4 I ' 'B nr A ' ' I -f""w'n I .I A, A 'W up X . Y gg A xx Bueno, Yvonne Bunker. Gregnry Burke. Billie Burkett. Milton Burrell. Sam Burton, Carl Burton, Geneva Bnsbee. Rexneer Bume, Dun Butler, Mary Ellen Bulterlreld, Sully Cubrl, Barbara 3 6- ' if that. Yeah, they are. 79 ' 1 x l as 1 1 I 5. Sf- 2 --- V 9,5 M K e 4,1 E gg . ' 2' Vail I ' ii ' - .41-- i ,, 'g,iv Cagle, Chris Cnmpanell, Gene Carr, Delores Carroll, Mark Carson, Patricia Caudle, Harley rr , wr 1 L. 'Sh -1 wc., 5 , . H! x Q . xt 1 . in rr , f or x. ' , Q --15-yfgfzwe I Chandler, Lynne H l Chase, Richard v 4 ff, Chatmon, Elsie GQ' . Y A Q Childs, Johnnie I ,V 1' , PL " Y ' Cimnr., Mike 1' fri , 5 5' 4 if ' Ciucci, Dolores 1 1 Hg., Q Q I 1' ,u MJ, A fmplx I Clark, Patricia V- A I I Clifton, Carl ' L I T '03 -4- ,- . Cllnard, Russ ' 2 Z, , . ' Coleman, Barbara qv ff 4 ' Collier, Bruce . lv ' "' L' I V . -V Collins, Colleen 1- A " 'P'-' A 94.34 fi wi 2 L ' I Cooper, Arthur 'Y ' ' v, C l d, Edd' , I V - ll 5' V 5: ' Cgfrielig Jan le V 5, ' L' Cowley, Bruce A A- E ta ' Craft, Jerome 1, K ' ,A , - I ': Crocker, Mark - , - Sl 'xhll li Q l , l z ' T z 11. ' 6' ' 1 ' . 2, 2 5 ' r 5 f V' 34 Janzee Watkmgs: In my hard shell of conformity, I must admit that this turtle stuff LS duck soup. 5, x V, -6' V J Cross, Allen gn , 4 'l " Cumberworth, Diane . .- N' . C I A ? ii, f 'ff Df','.fil'i'iSZ,1ffdy ,. ' X., if ky, L Davis ,Debbi "'D '352 .1 fr' 4 D"c1u X5JAvA'9LlJ I, gl X I I ans, em Davis, Nora , 4. , " DaviS.Valeria I , Dawson, Christine Q V 'V ,f H Dean, Jay " A Deun,Pam x SK IM, " ' V 2 l Dennis' Larry lil-V. l"nr'lll ex -A! 4-A A..,,i.,-5, -1,0 rl-4 r 1' nf 'Q All .4-' DeVault Linda Garling William Dextrom Keith Dickie loseph Dinkins Carolyn Dlnkms Keith Dooley Richard Doule Debbie Draper Linda Drew Randall Dunlap Ann Dye Ron jv- DX-a iw Carol O Berry to Rob Gordon So I said Hello, Mr King and he sazd He Mrs. Queen. Y ll , -, -' , 3,5 Q 4 vi? in ' '- - -' ,.,:,.,: ' . : - In . V , , -l i , l 2 A . Ewalt, Sam Fed, Harrington 5 Fell, Mary , Fenberg, Michael Finley, David . Y ,T Fleenor. Loretta 7'1" ' ' A fy . w ' 6 an G . -' egg' f- r v ' X,."vfN2 Fleming, Ronald Forman. Carl Forman, Martha Foust, David Fowler, Betty Fox, E. Roger A .weeks 4704 .dr 2 ' bv, fa '. G A4 .Q A Eason, Amos Ebey, Ethel Edwards, Belinda Edwards, Don Edwards, Fred Edwards, Terry Edwards, Timothy Ellcey, Elaine Ennis, L. . Ericksen, Larry Erickson, Gregory Erickson, Steve ve A . AJ . ? S- l lynn V' 4 l f 5:0 s' .' 6. l "1- - pk .-- f 'P Hutchrson, Sonya Hutton, Susan 'Cv Ingram, Percy T lsgrigg, Stephan Ivory, Robert X' A.: , , ,Y 1wanBki,1wJm i . ,. . N ll lllx E1 Jackson, Charlre Jackson, Larry Jackson, Mananne Lv, g, ' Jackson, Mary --'N' Jackson, Phyllrs Q , ' Jakust, John , ,,, 'fi 11 f l x . J ,w ,.. ,W , 1 Jefferson, Joseph A Johnson.Anclrew 1 4- - Johnson. Arlesler . I Johnson, Bill 1, , q,,, Johnson, Bruce A -7 Johnson, Chns , , ,VA 'L ' ' l X Johnson, Dlanne Johnson, Frank Johnson, Kay '- I- 5 Johnson. Maunce ' Johnson, Ronald Johnson, Salena 4, - , ,r":' 4- .'i"i2.L' rr 1 ' l 'l , Jones, Roger Katip, Joseph , ,, Keehn,Larry , , x I .. Keller, Mike Lf, ' 5' Khan, Betty "' ' - hrmm1ns,B1ll 45 I 1, f, l i I , L 'Y Jo Lynn Yansen: Cheerleader Rah' Rah! In L Kincaid, Greg King, Mark Kitchen, Glenn fi .34 l""""- Aren't you glad you use Dial? Don! you wish everybody did? 7 I i Kherkher, Larry fa' 1 .Il ' "7f Kreps, Linda 5 A A I I Kryston, Randy H 1 ' 2331 A Lafountain, Anne 7 Lamb. Michael 2 5' V A we gt LaMotte, Norman L, .., I' Lance, Leroy ' ' 'W-7 Landry, Frank 7 Lane, Elsie Lassen, Dan V- -- R Lathen, Peggy ,J Lawrence. Alice x J' 'R ' F' A Leczel, Vicki fa, 7 Leland, Claudia 'av LeMarbe, Jim -,L J I K Lewis, Sandra ' ' in Lindquist, Kirk ii- , . A 6- Linton, Jenny QS 1 '5 M X' ' Lofton, JoAnn f ' Long, Walt I I t X f f 4. x B' X ..,,, . -Q M I e, , K h Q H 'S Ii!! K ,ei ,+I -f 1' 2 1 W2 E-i f K uri E Qv ylis LVL Lopez, Joe Lorenz, Carol Love, Bobby Lovett, Chyrl Lowes, Pat Luckadoo, Virgil 85 XX l l Q Mahan, Ruherl, l Machiela, Patricia - , Q-. Y Mackenzie,Marsha it , X . 6 O Madden,-lex-me , , Maidomdf., stem, V Nik K K f , Malnury, .Janice nnnhyfx 5 f X L li Maney, Arthur Mapley, Gurdon - " 4 Q' 1 X - f Marker Richard W' 2 ' il hi Markwoad, Kathy , 1 ' yy Marquez, Marlin G fv' A i ' , Marshall, Elberta , is ' in m I . 4,. 1 34 cy ff:- 4 i 5 if 1' l X ., l , l l 4:'.'. X p Q- ' 1 ', X , O , , 1 l l David Barker, Rob Gordon, and Marilyn Smith: Do blondes really have 1 more fun? l' I Y- "' 'ln' ' Marteney, Charles A- 1 Martin, Lynn I , L V., Martinez, Bob I , ff" L. V ' . I V. ' xg Martinez, Jo Ann l ly' ig-VA f 7 Mason, Christine 4 . 1 ' " l 1 Mass, Charles Y , V Matlock, Pam V ' j 'lx ig A Ai L, Mazur, Diana I W, A 1 , W- -1 'W Mmiiism, Belinda I he ip ' H :Q .5 McClusky, Shari 'A A I ' " , McCormick, Ronnie i t ' ' 5' if p McCullster, Fredrich 1 I ul l ? McCulIum, Paulette A McCurry, Geraldine I H G' l - , lm McDonald, Sue 6. I A , ' an McDougal, Gerald lf' , W, ."! ' Mclllwee, McKever ,Q M I 5 McFarland, Bill A ' G' ' , 2 ,, - - v- .-: V, , 1-. A' . A , ,- I Q. 1 .x 4 i 1 I 9, ,xg , McGee, Robert i McGhee, Ruby "f 1, V, 4. McGhee, Selwyn ' . - V. I I ' Q A McGraw, Mike 2 , " - McKinney, Leroy " " A McLain, Fay t V ,fr . , - X I 4 "EMI i , L n ' X Q 'L ' 86 MrNN-lv. linu- Merrmmn, .lnnn Mnrkr-ns. Rnlwrt Mnlgetl, Me-lun tl 1' 1 Muller. Fnrnlx n .. ,1 his Z, Mrllnznn..l1-sephme M Milton, Larry Mlnvr, Wlllurd Mlnnlvh, Mwhnel Mlnnr,Els1 K ve 0 Mnchell,.lnrquel1nc - 'gffl -- Mnrhell, Sandra X K 1 I . Q, ,NIX Mnhley, Kalhnleen A " Molmn. Mnrunn -, 5 , Mnngovan. R4-sr-mnrx Lf ! Montgomery, Joyce It VK, ,, l 27 Morne. Dave in 'H -A WT, Mnnre, Donald l 5 l K A I - N Moore. Freddie .,, Moore, Manlyn ' 1, Mnnre, Nelma v 1 Morgan, Ruta Murrrll, Jamce - 5 Moses, Vera M ns 3 J Will the real Alice in Wonderland please stand up? ' Moss, Alma . Moss, John , A Y ' 'W 5' Murphy, James 'f' " :l I 5, ' L Myers, Robert V " l ' Naylor, Charles Nelson, Glorla 4 . C I' 1 K 1 ' . g 4 UM I I M V. , ' -55:5 . " ' Newman, Lmdsay 'A A 1 ' Newman, Micheal A '71 ,. 'Lu' 75 X' Nickerson, Albert Q " A , E Nickerson, Patnclu K f tx Nudge. Ron 3 Q in Norton, Sandra ' -. ,. 51 ' "' f" ' ' H V :H " E . f za' Q1 X h ' ,...,.e- , ., 87 ff Nnsamhuk, Judy Obombowin, Diane U'Connor, Torn Olds. Marcia O'Neill, Peggy i Lf m, ... .- iv ,.. 4, v. f f f' f Osler, Ken if fx A , Owen, Mme ,V . '- , . A nlimr 4f'W4l". 3 Page, Jackl Palmer, Jerv ' Parluve, Lora . br Payne, Donald 1 A' I L' 4 Penny. Elnura EA , f Tj Pepper, Thoxnaa v WI Petersen, Rosemary i' A ' I t QM' f Peterson,Greg 3 S Phillips, Patricia "2 5 3 V 5 I 4 f " Phillips, Tom L- ' ,4 " 5' Ln A , f M 1 -, 4' gi Pickett,Jlmmie 'is l V: A W , ' Pilgrim, Anthony 4 ,W V . Pmho, Tom I 9 lf Rfg, ye, Eff: , R 1 Pinkham, Richard , .'YX':l.'- r Ai 1 ' 1' M I ' ' 4 , Pope, Linda ' V! Powers, Thomas 'al' ,g ' l I , . Pratt, Dianne --if 'V V 'V' 3' KT, -.,, I f ' Preston, Joseph jj ' v ' 'nj' 4' Prevette, Robert Q 6- 7' It V Price, Carolyn ' 1 ' , Price, Robert R L ' Pryor, Kirlather - Pryor. Robert , "' ' Purkiss. John f- - l Rager. Karen f " J 6 K X ,J ' Rains, Judy an i .5 iv 4 1 5 Ramirez, Beckie A " '1- W Q Randolph, Azzie ' f i - 'A A 1 , X F' f f 'hit ' 22 " 1.111 Randolph, Robert Reed, sam fx Reid, Ale-da . ' , Reyes, Lee , ' A 1 I' " " , Reynolds, Steve 53, Qu f , L Rice, Gaynell 73' ' f if H:- Richardsnn, Gary Q I A by 1 88 Joe Dickie: "I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I 'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. " K Ei a - Ax N ' J" Q -5' E: ' 4 E5 11' - a 1' f Nancy Gatelyi "I wonder if hall ask me," Kirk Lind- quist: "Should a gentleman offer a lady a T1'parz'Iuf" Rose. fnurtney Rosenlhal, Brxan Ross. Glona Rmhe. .hm Rowan, Linda Rowe, Txm Rush. Terry Ruse-ll, Sue Sachs, Mananne Sam. Mame- Sanders. Barham Sanders. Dave Savage. Bud Scheud. Ru-hard I u H, 'i - s -v v- bv' 5- Q -A O' Q' .I 4 kv x, 3 vw' 3 r 1 M x X w I M ,. M K x.. V M - X! . 1 I f ., U -,::. Q,"- ,. f N . ,P ' 7- ,g 4 -. ff 1 H , K " 0' I 5' - "' Q. 1 sf! ,T-4 -:I xl , is af, 'a ' ! 9 N5 - 5 I A 1 VX Q Q ' , 'X N Y I A 4" f ' 1 -0 sf 'g ' ' vu nf .v v . -ri . V E L- , Q .Vs ly Big.: f' 7f9Q.il 9631 ' Hi Observe this sweet, shy, innocent girl, who fdisguised as Pam Harrington, mild mannered cheerleaderl fights a never end- ing battle for pep, spirit, and the Central- way. fxrlw-L, Schmitz, Tyler W ' Schmude, John 4 ig ' ag, sfhunz, Phyllis Q " "' j 54 Scott, Anna If -V . 3: -'jj soon, Willie , ' - ' A Scribner. Fred ' ' I ' ' .lx Seay, Ronald L A I sa 4 V5 7' v Seiser, Gary , P Seltz, Edward ,, 5 X A Sellman. Molly , P 4' ' . " ' Seney, Sharon ff'-,,5 , 11- Senter, Mary .- I V A V .V V 46 Sheffield, Brenda 1. K X -, X S R 4 Shelton, Augustine at 'A R x lj' Shelton, Carol ' I Shepherd, vvanef ,, ' Sherrod, Paul g Shields, Magdalene it ' hy ' " -- ' Shireman, Tim -Q.: 5' Shorter, Sandra - Sh 1 ,T - 55' or er yrone -11' A A- A X Sickler, Lewis 1 ' ' Silverthorn, Alice . ' samenm, John of if ,' 5 - 2 , W4 Simmons, Leroy 1 - - J V Snmpson, Maxine A N: ' H Q, Q Slade, Judy .5 ' . . I r ' , I vi v S1-rka, Cami 'qv Y ' , ."' , ' 1 ,l I n',,x W r X n ' f , il 'I ,fi Sm1th,Barhara Smith, Betty Smith, Diane Q , ., i Smith, Forrest 'Q T, Sniithfiellie :"' Smith. Joe Smith, Ken N x. ' f Smith, Marilyn Smith, Ruger Smith. Veta Spain, Eva bl - :L 5:2 5 3 ca L I btagg, L heryl v X 'Q' V , Y ,gy jj, Stahl, Raymond f , , 1, 'Q' T, Ski 1 1 Stamman, Diane i 11,1 . I ' ' ' 2 A " fir-1, . . l 'li mnaifnx Q l ew, Steele, Dayne ,N " Stephane, lrxlng 4' 4 1. Siephem, Jewel J' E at . V Stevens. Dunne ' 1 ,g 4 Gy L- I Stewart, Gary , 7 -.Y , p, , ni " Stewart. Lillie - 'u-xv. sn , -,. i U QE , ' I 0' ,4 btidham, Michael - f , ' J I f Sher. Michael Sllmage, Shirley ,Q Storey, Daw 4- , btrohm. Brian rr-,J wif- Sullivan, Madeliene X , Sullivan, Michael ' Sullivan. Percie ' s , Suma. Brian Swan, Joyce Tannehill. Robert ? ,Q 5 - 5' . Taylor, Larry f 1 - i Taylor, Lena L' J J' V ' X 1 v , Taylor. Rota T' ' i "" Taylor, Sue . . I Q i n y i Terry, Phyllis 'Q91 Terry. Stanley ,I ' N A Thomas, Ida It , I ' ' Ln l 4' 5 il Thomas, Leroy ll, K "' be sf ly f-. Thompson. Dannie ,,. ff! 'X Todd, Susan V. iw A ' Travis, Fred , -11, A I x Carol Shelton, Pat Machiela and Leora Gerlinger. l i Trevino, Carlus Trexmu, Mary Tnmdad. Palm-k ' Troult. Bill - " T Tfhxe11,Phylht f , .45 I 4 L' Tucker, Eleanor Turpm, Bruce X Q. , l 'Tv' 07-' rt k Twrlley, Chnsllne Valenti. Rose vhhaunder, Mike Q. 1: -' F ch A ,n VanHook, Lmda 'V Q D I ' Vanlernden, Bull ' 'I 'hx J" .. 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C'l11'1'fH1111 l,1'Il'lkS 1111.1 1'11'1't1'111 111111 tl11'f11ll1111111g I-llflffllf I71l'l1fS.' Ho' 1111.1 11 .11'111'f1r 111.111 a 13111111 11ll1'n1l11111-11 11111111 and l'f1I'I'IA1'd 11 H 1 1Il'4'FU.Lj1'. Little Uranggc' Braided Squazr, Uiam' 1W1'l'f11l, aftvr harwly escaping an attack by the Hay Cilgx' 11'11lf, 1'r1f11rn1.1- thv p1-p assembly az1d1'e'r11'e that sho is still 1'11ta1't. At the 11tl11'r 1'r111' ofthe 1.EfxYI71 Pam HUFfl'71'LjfIlI1 attvtrzpts t11 111177117 t111' 1'z'1't111j1' rope, Itxecnzs sh1".wf11r1.q11tt1'11 h0r1'111', , . . How do you elect a Chief and Princess? lr .4 Chief, Ron Lew P Eileen Hatchet! A How? With the proud Spirit of nteneeban! 1965 Homecoming Court.' Judy Almas, Rick Farms, Eileen Hatchett, Ron Lewis, Carole Beckett, and Jeff Stickney. ' " ' Jil" H L -- if ' 3- , , , 4 .1 , A 1.1-:Q . Q 3-.-P If or ""9' ?'?,- ,Q . 1 During half-time ceremonies, Kay Madsen, Student Council President ffar leftj, kindles the spirit of stu- dents and alumni. Princess Eileen Hatchett and court members, Judy Almas and Rick Farms fmiddlej, held up under bitter cold winds to excite a soaring anticipation in the crowd, an anticipation shared by the marching band frightj as it proudly displayed its new uniforms. X Left: Guard Sylvester Robinson f6'2j 'putty' with Leroy Jackson f60j to block for Karl Williams f25j. Above: Walter Horton f2Ij gave his coaches a pleasant surprize as one ofthe Chiefs best running backs. Detroit News All-State guard Leroy Jackson f60j was often called upon for a sixty minute performance. Mlghty Ch19fS Rack Gpponents 195 aw Above: Explosive halfback, senior Karl Williams K25j proved a capable performer on both defense and offense. Right: Fullback Ken Seay's U81 ability gives him a promising future. Murphy and Seay were co-captains of the squad. Left: All-County back Ken Seay 1181 gains key yardage as he out- maneuvers the Midland Chemics. Right: selected as Oakland County Coach of the Year, Paul Dellerba had his best season I7-I-IJ in his six years at Central. In 1965 the PCH Chiefs overwhelmed their fans with football wizardry as they captured second place in the Saginaw Valley Conference and a place among the top ten teams in the class A ratings. Averaging only 175 pounds a mai., the team combined skill and determination to produce a healthy 7-1-1 record. Spirit reached a climax in the clash with top ranked Bay City Central. Un- defeated Bay City possessed a twenty pound per man advantage and predic- tions gave the Wolves a twenty one point margin of victory. However, with a brilliant display of defensive strength the Chiefs barely missed a tie by the thin margin of two extra points. Although the 14-12 victory was Bay City's, the Chiefs proved themselves deserving of the high ratings given to them throughout the year. This year the gridders had the distinction of being the first Pontiac team to defeat all three Flint schools. Of course, they beat Pontiac Northern. I I l E ""'T"l' I T' v i l I 4 X ll .., .,.1,...,, Ellalfflj Junior Varsity, front row: Paul Baylor, Walter Woel, Ernie Lewis, Bob Danic, Ernest Barber, Jesse Ben- nett, Walter Terry, Joe Garcia, Frank Hupka, Rick Sherrell, Maurice Threlkeld. Second row: Dave Fin- ley, Robert Copeland, Chris Northcross, Roger Ray- nard, Chuck Graham, Paul Hayes, Mike Stowe, Mike Shanholtz, Ed Lauckner, Bill Shoemaker, Chase If 1 zsilgsse 4+ 2 if d'A rgy. Third row: Neil Gray, Jim Humphries, Jerry Miracle, Gregory, Mangia Robinson, Alfred Walker, Charles Mason, Larry Musgrave, Ed Zull, Keith Wilson. Fourth row: Coach Bill Richard, Coach Art Van Ryzin, Alton Wilson, Larry Tremper, Lary Froede, Jerry Allen, Michael Carter, Willie Black. Central Crridders Compile Finest Record in 23 Years l Varsity Schedule PCH 33 - Arthur Hill 7 19 - Midland 0 21 - Flint Northern 0 6 - Bay City Handy 6 6 - Saginaw 0 20 - Flint Southwestern 0 20 - Flint Central 6 12 - Bay City Central 14 14 - Pontiac Northern 9 1 Walter Horton KQU "turns the corneruas guard Leroy Jackson i602 blocks. 100 -p-',,...-- Halfback Don Lavalis C312 eludes an opponents desperate, flying tackle. Lavalis was a deceptive runner for the Chiefs. Varsity, front row: Danny Irwin, Tom Jenkins, Rick Fox, Tom Howard, Walter Horton, Herbert Mullen, Kenneth Seay, Karl Williams, Don Lavalais, Percy Pleasant. Second row: Andy Stowe, Jerry Murphy, John Sluka, Mark Post, Lewis Sickler, Marvin Quince, Roger Shafer, Arthur Jefferson, Bennie Wil- liams, Bruce Turpin. Third row: Art Wiggins, Sam Ewalt, Paul Roberts, Keith Dextrom, Bob Boyce, Ken Vollmar, Ron Seay, Larry Lewis, Jim Stockwell, Fred Edwards. Fourth row: Leroy Jackson, Jim Shorters, Mike Shorters, Larry Jackson, Michael Prince, Lee White, Sylvester Robinson, Eddie Copeland. I B . 101 Co-Champs of the alley Chiefs are '. ,, 5 district champs ' " ' Jzmkc' ', sv? XJ ON GSU! 1 nd" 'A , .og -Marty Prentice Hill-IO The Chiefs, co-champions of Saginaw Valley, displayed experience in producing a 16a4 record. Among their victories came two wins in inter-city competition with Pontiac Northern, making the accumulated record against Northern 17-2. By winning the district competition, the Chiefs went into regional competition but were defeated by Ferndale, 46-52. The team was comprised mainly of seniors. The starting line-up consisted of Jessie Evans, Larry Platt, Willie Craft, James McClendon and Ed Pruitt. Underclassmen players included Prentice Hill and Alton Wilson. The junior varsity also presented an admirable record of 13f3. Top scorers included Jewel Ste- phens, John Childs and Gordon Hamilton. Mau- rice Threlkeld and Walter Causey aided in balancing the squad. 1 l r l Willie Crafta43 I 1 l Ed Pruitt-I2 - Varsity, first row: Danny Daniel, Prentice Hill, William Smith, Ed Pruitt and James McClend0n. Second row: Manager Henry Glover, Larry Platt, Jessie Evans, Willie Craft, manager Don Robinet and Coach Fred Zittle. Varsity Schedule PCH 81-Waterford 66-Flint Central 91-Bay City Central 55-Arthur Hill 82-Pontiac Northern 67 -Midland 72-Flint Northern 92-Bay City Handy 61-Saginaw 54-Flint Southwestern 81-Flint Central 59-Bay City Central 54-Pontiac Northern 65-Midland 65-Flint Northwestern 56-Flint Northern 63-Waterford 72-Waterford Kettering 66-Warren Cousino 46-Ferndale 104 J.V, Schedule PCH -Waterford -Flint Central Bay City Central -Arthur Hill Pontiac Northern Midland Flint Northern Bay City Handy Saginaw Flint Southwestern Flint Central Bay City Central Pontiac Northern Midland Flint Northern Larry Platt 32 rd X' NTI' 4 uk, .. 'QA A. - ., ag' sf I x . E, A-,g -.. - 0 . ,.1 'bfi 4 2 l .. A QL 'RH ,,L"s.ls'53 MN eve t 35 Junior Varsity, first row: Gordon Hamilton, John Childs, Walter Terry and Jewel Stephens. Second row: Coach Ralph Grubb, Leonard Cole, Walter Causey, John Spandburg, Rudolph Churchwell and Robert Johnson. w Q, 0 . Qld Cie, Sophomore squad: first row: Paul Bailey, Lewis McNeir, Larry Lewis, Harold Parker, Craig Smith and Bill Howell. Second roux' Hanely Johnson, Frank Russell, Anthony Snoddy, Mike People, Ricky Sherrell and Rudolph Churchuell. 5 Al: tl' e3' , ,'Ui I L-. k. ,QW WG: Q 25 12 105 D1amond Wlzardry -zz -1 is First row: Glen Kitchen, Paul Roberts, Bob Boyce Frank Deni, Rick Farms, Ed Bishop and Melvin Boothe. 'Second row: Gary Villereal, Shelly Moncrief, Ernest Lewis W'll' G ' ' 1 Lam arlzng, Roger Shafer and Lary Froede. Thirol row: Jerry Murphy, Gary Richardson, Bill Rollo, Dick Dooley, Jim Houser, Alvin Bossent, Danny Irwin and Tom Howard. J. V. Hopefuls. c r 'X Varsity Waterford Township Pontiac Northern Arthur Hill Midland Flint Northern Bay City Handy Saginaw Flint Southwestern Flint Central Bay City Central Pontiac Northern Pontiac Press- Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away , , 44 . Pontiac Parks Tourney ' Paul Roberts and Tom Howard Frank Deni Jerry Murphy I f ersaa ff f lla r . - .' -.-'f'a"f ul 107 ,130 -- ......-..l1...l1.1 Cheerleaders, Dolphins Sparkle! ln the promotion of school spirit at Pontiac Central, the group which plays the most active part is that of the cheerleaders. Besides their regular function at school athletic events, this group of twelve girls plans each pep assembly and sells ribbons and buttons to aid the Booster Club fund. This year, they have worked with the Cheerblock and have also perfected mount cheers which provide a more vigorous appeal. In preparation for this past year, the cheerlead- ing squad attended Camp All-American at Hart- land, Michigan, last summer, where they won three first place awards for original pep assem- blies, original sideline cheers, and for the crea- tivity of their notebook of the camp activities. ' Their preparation effort has indeed been 'ii rewarding. N '- 11 A 5, Y I 1 f I -1 . l 'Z 5 4 I .. 1 if 2 5 , 1' ,f ,f 1 1 f., I-:eg g Front row: Pam Harrington, Judy Almas, Debbie Gordon, JoLynn Yansen Second row: Cecelia Hunt, Vicki Leczel, Cindy Gowen, Linda Jackson. Third row: Carole Beckett, Diane McCall, Jo Johnson, Eileen Hatchet! Diane McCall-cheerleading Captain during the football season. 1 108 Q D The three little pigs chant defi- ance at the Bay City Wolf. IO ,ae .-.. 5 ' if 1, ' ,l' Q 1 4,,,.' 4. I . .JP 'r 1 in ', I xi I alll! I . K ' ',- ,ff -13.1 'OUV I v t .Q WJ O" q'm ,W ' s --13-3"""f Q' - , , mf' , . 95' V " Molly Sellrnan and Cindy Howlett perfect ballet a what l' H' A0 ' . . M, legs before running through a show routine. -as Monopoly is a game of chancefhut such was not the case as the Pontiac Central Dolphins put both skill and effort into the preparation for their annual show which was entitled The Monopoly Game. Topics of the various routines were centered around the property on the Monopoly board and included New York Avenue, Marvin Gardens, Pacific Avenue, Water Works, the railroads, and the jail. "Chance" was the topic of the senior trio and the duets were entitled "Go' and f'Oriental Avenue." t'Luxury Tax" was personified in the senior solo. In preparation for the show, the Dolphins at- tended two synchronized swimming clinics at Eastern Michigan and Ann Arbor earlier in the school year. Front row: Connie Vanderlind, Lynn Hender- stein, Kathy Kendrick, Lupe Rojas, Aleda Reid, Chris Mason, Chris Blakeney. Second row: Sue Ninotti, Mary Jo Meyers, Peggy Oneil, Sonja Hutchison, Cindy Howlett, Marcia Luther, Lor- raine King, Chris Dawson, Pat Machiela, Ann McLean, Darlene Morrissey, Diane Nichol, Diane Shane, Kathy Doig, Carol Gaydos, direc- tor Dorothy Chantler. Third row: Beth Vershure, Joy Pepper, Susie Strait. Kick off in PCH's pool! - Dolphin Chris Blakeney. V- , . i I I E-if .L il .1 .. We 'L v if NI' 109 - -- ----f I 'ss Me Kate i starring the Central players A directed by C. Stuart Packard, A. Michael Dempsey On the eve of the first anniversary of their divorce, Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi are rehearsing for the leading roles in Taming ofthe Shrew. Bill Calhoun, a member of the cast, has incurred a gam- bling debt and tells actress Lois Lane he has signed Fred's name to an IOU. As the play begins, Fred, as Petruchio, seeks a wife and finds a fascinating pos- sibilityin the Shrewish Katherine, as played by real life ex-wife Lilli. In the meantime two thugs arrive and demand payment l from Fred for Bill's IOU. At first, Fred claims he has signed no such document, but when Lilli threatens to leave the show .I for Fred's too realistic portrayals of the ,- shrewtamer, he changes his mind. He talks the gunmen into donning costumes and escorting Lilli bodily through all the scenes for the remainder of the play's engagement. In the end, Fred tames the shrew, both on and off stage, their real life romance is revived and the gunmen get a good lesson in Shakespeare. Under the direction of Stuart Packard, X Kiss Me Kate had six performances: two 4 '5 ' matinees, Thursday, March 24 and Thurs- day, March 31, and four evening perform- ances, Friday, March 25, Saturday, March 26, Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2. Michael Dempsey directed the out- standing music score by Cole Porter which consists of "Wunderbar," "So In Love Am I," "l've Come To Wive It Wealthy In Padua," f'Too Darn Hot," "Where Is The Life That Late I Lead," "Always True To You Un My Fashionli' and "Brush Up On Your Shakespeare." tif ., l 1 i- lf.-.' ...ea H B0bPrevette KFred Graham! and Connie Vanderlind fLilli Vanessij. continued 110 ff z 4: I 1 1 3 'fx , :Z f , ,Q I f-4,, N 1 , Jo Johnson KLilli Vanessij and Victor Adams fFred Grahamj. pm: I V- A ,,,j. iii ,, 4-:nik JirnFilak fBillCalhounjand Cindy Gowen fLois Lanej, al ,-. ifiycf x "n r'1"r.. Mike Leacher fHarry Trevorj, Jo Lynn Yansen CLois Lanej, Kirk Lindquist CBill Calhounj, Warren Petiprin fDoctorj, and Jo Johnson fLilli Vanessij. 111 X I l Bob Prevette, i Victor Adams tame the Shrew, Connie Vanderlind, t Jo Johnson l , L Mary Jo Myers, Carole Beckett, l , Connie Weber and Chris Emerson. 11 it f ix lf 4 C.- Jerry Murphy fF1'rst Gangsierl and Tom Howard gggmnd Gangsterl. 112 i The lead roles incorporated Bob Prevette and Victor Adams as Fred Graham fPet- ruchiol, Connie Vanderlind and Jo John- son as Lillie Vanessi fKateJ, Cindy Gowen and Jo Lynn Yansen as Lois Lane fBiancal, Jim Filak and Kirk Lindquist as Bill Cal- houn, Jerry Murphy and Rob Gordon as the First Gangster and Tom Howard and Mike Newman as the Second Gangster. Behind the scenes, the students who added the finishing touches to the play were Gail Caughill lStudent Assistant Directorl, Jim Stockwell fStage Managerl, Ned Baker and Forrest Roguske lPublicity Co-chairrnenl, Pam Harrington and Mari- lyn Smith fCostume Co-chairmenl, Kathy Vandergriff and Darlene Morrissey fProp- erty Co-chairmenl. Judy Almas andXGeorge Ellenwood fTickets and Programs Co- chairmenl, Al Walker and Bob Alexander lLighting Co-chairmen? and Cindy Jones and Barbara Hillsey fMake-up Co' chairmenl. Bob Prevette fFred Graham! and Brian Rosenthal KHarry Trevorj. ,, i+ ........i . ,lv n Pat Ressler, Pam Harrington, Ann Dunlap fNursej, Chris ' Blakeney, Kirk Lindquist fBilI Calhounj, Warren Petiprin fDoctorj, Fred Travis KGregoryj, Chris Emerson and Dan Cooley fPhillip1. Gail Caughill fStudent Directorj. I N v , . g . fl I """ C 1.4 4 rji F QE "" ..3, Oc.. S.-. m' mn -u Q., Q M... f X ,C 1. Q - n Go get a hamburger in a GTO o -f O -QQ, "'-'--1 339 wlrf f,v.- ,av 4 ' v s W 11" Q 0 - ' IM., ,. .,, ,.. ,,. qnw' , N 5' ""' W, The wise man l00ks into space and knows there is no limit to dimensions KF' -"1 .il 'll GGCU9' I ,lllyir QQlAl.U n :J 4: I ago I' Flfllluuafi llvwrndi in quilllllwl 'rn Hiwitm H FH. A gg X UU Albert Cannon and Robert Johnson work with various cry.stal.s, acids ana' .solu- tions in an attempt to make logical deductions from experimental observations, W K EL 9 In biology, Laura Seiss finds that curiosity and doubt lead to questions, and questions lead to answers, Observation and Classification Observation and classification are part of the thought progression the Science Department aspires to develop in each of its students. Analysis and prediction complete this system of reasoning. lt is felt by the staff members, including Albert Cannon, new to PCH, that if their students retain this method of logic they will become more responsible community members. Department head, David Siple, hopes to see advanced courses such as bio-physics and bio-chemistry instituted in the PCHS curriculum to pro- vide interested students with greater scholastic challenges. 118 0, A , E , ' gi A' 1: - . w ' , A 1 - . .lerry B94-kner James Bowie ' ?-x David Siple labovej demon- strates to his physics Class how to "play" in the "waves " 0 withoutgoing ta the beach. Cynthia Bryant, Lisa Koper and Nancy Hsu fbelowj seek the laws of physics by experimentation. Peering through scratches on a blackened slide, Cynthia fright! is able to see the effect of refracted light. .An A 'I x 75' ' l. A nalysis and Prediction I.. A W. V A0 QL I. Albert Cannon Marion Maurice Lester Mack David Siple Douglas Judy Ungyam Lehner Levine Treais 119 V ft' Q my " ni 'I 5 f P 1 5 'Y' N s- M R Mu Algebra helps to develop in Frank Hupka the ability to determine and recognize mathematical relation- ships fleftj. Each ofthe above math wizards, Richard Cody, Waller Shepard, Chuck Wilkison, Dave En- nis, Mike Vanguilder, Douglas Shelton and Jeff Ross Knot shownj, qualified for the second part of the Michigan Mathematical Prize Competition. Stuart Choate, chairman ofthe math department, solves and explains a trig problem to Dennis Blanchard and I sabel Seelye lbeloivj. Fundamentals of Basic Math . . . The Mathematics Department covers everything from the fundamentals of basic math to the complexities of computers These courses form a basis fo . r students interested in vocational, business, scientific or mathematical careers. Those on the advanced program have had Algebra 1, 2 and 3 before reaching 'Aw high school. Their curriculum from the sophomore to the senior year consists T of combined plane and solid geometry, followed by Algebra 4 and Trigonome- Q 54- Ak ,ual try and finally, elementary functions, computer programming and analytical ' " geometry. V' . M V' This program, which is varied for other collegeebound students, does not monopolize the department. Special emphasis is placed on basic math and i T A applied math for students entering business and technical fields immediately Joseph Blank Eleanor Carte after graduation. YW7' '? 22,4 Wig Peggy Joos and Floyd Baker play games wzth carteszan ordznates isvww Realzzzng that zndwzdual Ln struction can lead to better un derstanding Joseph Blank assists Jack Webb and many other students to a more complete comprehension of math concepts fleftj. Charlene Woody observes as James Parker geometry and general math instructor unveils V and the mystery of math frightj. to Complexities of Computers 'J . s a. slst ,A .l el , r a 13- t H - 4 llo .ps 1 ' ,'1,. ' l,ls, eg a f' e ,V , .,e.,. ,MY ,.,,, . , V. lm I W U A ' ' f fwfr- v.-p . rf V . 'A ft-.'.,f,,,,, 1.42 1, 1, -V . W 1 , 'TV 1 ":'32f7:5-," 3 Rf? .-fr if-1: V: fe "" -, ' : - , , S, A "' - 'J' ' " 1- " ' f "" -69" ' , 4 - ,4 A If , ul 3 is 14? 3 X A af f f 2 fa V ff of Stuart Choate Mary Gibbs Betty Gillow Dolores Morse James Parker Eddie Porter Roy Gallipo 121 ' f Qi? -Q ' '-957' 'QA ' 1 A J gg , 1 5 4 ' N fix? l.l YI? ,,-1 .4-"' it "'A ' X - 4 '-J' X , While rummaging through art jour- , . nals Sharon Seney and Belinda Brown uncover and discover inter- 2' , esting techniques and ideas for new I J projects. if V J f ,, g 1' 1 Q T The art department encour- ages students to strive for three basic goals. First, is the hope that students will develop fa- cility in the many art media available to them. Secondly, it is hoped that the individual student will become aware of quality in an art product and be able to adequately judge his own work. Thirdly, according to John Allshouse, the depart- ment hopes its students will be- come "art supporting citizens in the community." The classes of John Alls- house and Jean Smith pro- duced twenty pieces which Linda Frayer's talent in commercial art was uniquely rewarded whe design was selected for the 1.966 Quiver cover. n her Xjgijlisfggijgztggfigcgzljillf rt Classes Encourage 4 Talent, Good Taste, and Community Support 122 Y Ili ri. .., 3.1 D12 che WEE HEL dew pl-if i ETQU whit rms cnesi the c hchu aoph fem' BOY: WHO' organ Depa I Rishi, Heard in the Music Depart- ment are sounds of chamber. folks, classical, and popular music. The concert, or march- ing, band is the nucleus of the instrumental section. Many students are members of the band or the orchestra. The or- chestra many students of which are members of the Pon- tiac Symphony Orchestra, is devoted to chamber and sym- phonic music. The vocal sections main group is the A cappella Choir, which performs in many con- certs, as do the bands and or- chestra. One special feature of the choir and orchestra was the Schubert Mass in G. The Sophomore Choir, Senior Girls, Central Songsters, Senior Boys, Madrigal Singers and various other groups are organized by the Music Department. V at A' i T Ami Richard Robert Michael Judy Wade M01-ge Peterson Dempsey ....l Et'll1it' meenie minie moe, who can sing this note so lou: 1 vg- Pontiac Central 's music groups entertained ata local bank during Christmas. Rh thm, Harmon ! t 'X W can MelOd , I as 123 i 1 fi 71... - 7 Mary Ellen Menear fabouej assists Elise Best in locat- ing enough novels for her English 8 classes. Elsie Minor fright! watches Richard Pinkham and thinks to herself "I don't like his attitude. " David Jackson lbelotcj re- flects the intensity that continually prevails in Marla Jackson fs English classes. Zifflavrg ational Defense ...K Education Act helps build and outfit a program equipped to ieiii upgrade student language ii skills and interests 1 ,i x X A' -1 we la Q, r 1 jf ' ' QF" V F V V .- -y I 'fn 1. M A ' A g Elise Best Kenneth Esther Eis Lewis Hayner Francis Brenda Hedge James Hl1dS0n Brown Haynes 24 T, ol lax crate one Depr The quirec mem Educa pmjec Iexrbt Wire a l'Gl0p E Amr OT gm lfnglg, Orig W1 ag i fl a Marla 5 X' Helen Norton Kleftj reveals to her junior English class Shakespeares tragedy, Macbeth. Cathy Marhwood fabovej finds time to read an absorbing book during spare time in English class. Tom Pepper Krightj asks Pat Machiela to "get-a-load of that last paragraphf 1 To interest the student in a broad field of language arts, and teach him to appre- ciate various literary forms and styles are some of the many goals of our English Department. The first step in accomplishing these goals was taken when the department ac- quired a variety of new teaching equip- ment through the National Defense View Education Act fN.D.E.A.J. They include record players, over-head 7' projectors, and duplicators. In addition to this equipment the entire ' f g textbook series was revised and over eighteen hundred new paperbacks I gi were added-thus increasing the opportunity for the student to de- ' to velop good reading techniques. ' Among the classes offered are college preparatory English, terminal or general English, courses for special help in reading and business English-all attempting to fit the student's individual needs. Origins, a compilation of student creativeness in literature and art, William was again published under the auspices of the English Department. Richardson 1 W i l! A K Helen Norton Marla Maxine Blair Michael Judy Misner David Jackson Jackson Johnston Kenney Muxworthy ,g.-4..w, . , I GT' , 'ir it E., N, X "Senators" Donna Folsom and Bar- bara Williams listen attentively during a mock congress session in Wilfred Jensen 's civics classes. "Senator" Richard Anderson frightj introduces a bill. Initiative on the part of both students and teachers is evident in the Department of Social Sciences. Civics classes have held mock national party conventions in which they have written platforms, made posters and given campaign speeches. They also have held mock congressional sessions through which students thoroughly familiarize themselves M . Mr. Jensen fright! offers suggestions to "Sena- tor" Anderson in creating a compromise with those who oppose his bill. l ' 4' ,,-ig I in with the legislative processes. The economics classes, as an initiation into the study ofthe stock market, have contributed funds for the purchase of shares in the Ford Motor Co. The department seeks to give its students a greater appreciation of our countryls institutions and culture in conjunction with those of other countries. To study our social, religious i , 1 kv 'C' It I L I 1- V 'v 7 1 . f it I "I ,." 3 ig . in Qt' 1 Kathleen Michael Bell Esther Eis Roland Gordon Wilfred Anderson Hallquist Henry Jensen 126 ,X , ., i f 1 5 f , 3, Z A show of support Ca show of hands?1 is what the good senator seems to want and political institutions I' ,mi I K , j w 552 ,- 2 '.ee ri i it etfo , if l e,e e A I li A 1 Michael Fred Korzon Anton Lingl Melvin Nuss Walter Smith Fred Zittle Kenny 127 f .-..i.....l I f" 4 ,AX " as 'ff '00 Four Ambassadors in the Field of Friendship , I , 128 7 1. Berch Berberoglu fleftl waits to board a plane at lstanbul's Yesilkoy Airport. Berch was horn in Istanbul. Turkey, and came to live in the United States in 1964. He enrolled at Pontiac Central this year as a sophomore. 2 8: 3. B'erch, Joao Baptista Natali, Jr- Ahmet Kiyak and Roxanne Sella were introduced to the ancient rite of the pep assembly and the ritual of the athletic contest. Joao. here on a "Youth for Understanding" scholarship, is from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He is a senior and plans to return to Brazil after gradua- tion. Ahmet was born in Turkey and came to the United States when he was eight. In 19613 Ahmet returned. with hiS family, to live in Anhara. Turkey. Back again in 1965, Ahmet was in time to begin the 1965-66 school year. Roxanne 1 i was born in Bucharest, Rumania. Be- fore coming to Pontiac, she lived in Israel and Canada lher parents now live in Montreall. On January 29, 1965, Roxanne left Montreal to spend two years on travel and education. Pontiac Central was her first stop. 4. Ahmet lmiddlel stands within the ruins of an amphitheater near the Aegean Sea coast. 5. through 8. Our four ambassadors were well adjusted to their new envi- ronment when the big snow fell. An- other adjustment had to be made however-to the American custom of the snow ball fightl 5. Ahmet and Joao. 6. Ahmet, Berch, Artie Byers 171 and Roxanne. 7. Berch, Roxanne and Joao. 8. Roxanne and Berch. l af' v as ' i 2 all l ' a 1 I 2 as 1 ,...l. Sophomore Portraits 1 av, 1 I i f 5 -S- -'J David Barker: Gasp! She s got her tongue stuck in her straw! sv 117 S I vu -.. M A no si?y,,jf t -1? 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Q Rlchard t Morse f N First row: Dennis Blanchard fdrum majorj and Richard Morse fdirectorj. Second row: Lee Reyes -W My , " Kassistant drum rnajorj and Richard Gorman fassistant drum majorj. Third row: Jeff Stichney Wifi f ' fassistant drum majorl, Alan Wesley fdrum captainj and William A. Garling fassistant drum majorj. -Va" ,Vmf 3,1 lfi Ltr li!" First row: Larry Platt, William Walker and Charles Moss Second row' Mike Roush Mike You Percussion r 1 i W 1 F N i .iiwai in a First row: Lois Garrett, Mary Beth Belanger, Martha Forman, Diane Smith, Lee Ann Anderson, ' ' ' C D borah Leonard Janice Finch, Ron Seay, Marvin Quince, Diane Baker, Janet Shaw, Anita rone, e d C role Tireman Second roe' Debbie Smith Marlene Moriarity, Rachael Ward, Paulette Ebey, an a . . , Irving Stephens, Diane Cheal, Gerry McCurry, Richard Cody, Wilford Minor, Stacia Burns, Carolyn ' ' ' ' ' B ll Al Car le, Crawford, Rose Navarro, Shelia Liedy and Linda Rowan. Third row, Barbara a , ana g N W'rth Karen Kirchmeyer, Pat Dewey, Phil Andrews, Fred Edwards, Ernie Lewis, Leroy ancy i , McKinney, Laymond Eanes, Allen Jaworski, Beatrice Wright and Jackie Mitchell. Fourth row. Dale ' ' ' ' ' ' ' S fd C ter, Aldo, Jim Mitchell, Jim Garcia, Bruce Turpin, Ernie Fater, Jim Boone, Tim Cooley, y ney ar Becky Wigent and Jacki Page, Director: Richard Morse. First row: Tyler Schmitz, Ron Dunigan, Cecilia Brown, Mark Jones and David Moors, Second row: Dawn Hemming, Bonnita Williams, Mike Keller, Carl Furman, Richard Pinklwm, Steve Reynolds, Cary Mazur and Jim Rafe, Third row: Ron Wood, Mike Ninotti, Bill Rollo, John Jones, Charles Anthony, Mike Stowe, Jim Humphries, Raymond Stahl, Gary Harmon and Ken Ooerbough. Fourth row: Major Minor, Ron Kinney, Jim Terry, Reuben Daniel, Norman LaMotte, Gil Bush and Dale Cheal, Fifth row: Kirk Lindquist and Mike Fenburg. Director: Richard Morse. IPI Cappella Choir Michael Dempsey, director . j QUE- ll' 7' First row: Linda De Vault, Patti Ressler, Joan Merriman Vicki Leczel Aleda Reid J d Gl ' , , , u y oomis and Karen Rager. Second row: Debby Gordon, Linda Brown, Lynn Chandler, Pam Harrington, Judy Nosanchuk, Kathy Warren and Cindy Gowen. Third row: Jo Lynn Yansen, Dorthea Bailey, Janet Boettger, Cindy Howlett, Mary Jo Myem, Alice Bosworth and Cheryl Lovett. Fourth row: Leora Gerlinger, Sandy Shorter, Debby McDermott, Pat Machiela, Paula Meredith, Phyllis Derry, Nancy G ' ' ' ' ' ' ateley and Connie Weber. Director. Michael Dempsey. 1' all V Lin ,M I K S Q Q N, 6 ,fc ,yr-L.. J' First row: Bob Prevette, Rick Farms, John O'Dell, Warren Petiprin, Ross Coppersmith and Dave Finley. Second row: Clarence Jackson, Sylvester Robinson, Vernon Hodge, Bob Myers, Dave Jackson, I , Jim Walsh and Tom Howard. Third row: John Webb, Tom Pepper, Forest Roguske, Clark Grogan, . Bob Smith Mike Collins, Jack Webb and Rick Brace. Fourth rout' Gary Beckman, Calvin Birdiett, Herbert Mullen, Mike Newman, Jim Filak, Alan Baker, Jerry Murphy, Roger Smith and Paul Dania: Director: Michael Dempsey. oprano FA t i: P t Carson, Marilyn Barnett, Sue Todd, Dorthia Horace and Elaine Bacouu Second row: irs rou a Sue Ninotti Kathv Devereaux, Linda Jackson, Judy Almas and Veta Smith. Third rout Connie Vanderlind,lNancy Wheeler, Vicki Pote, Elsi Minor, Noreen Taylor and Judy Slade. Fourth rout' Jo Anne Johnson, Donna Williams, Chris Emerson, Cathy Schroeder, Marjy Rosner, Carol Beckett and Peggy 0'Neil. Director: Michael Dempsey. 4' 'H-4.14-i T Sophomore Choir v'7 Senior Girls Senior Boys First row: Herbert Mullen, Robert Gordon, Warren Petiprin and Mike Newman. Second row: Forrest Roguske, Paul Danic, Kirk Lindquist and Bob Myers. Third row: Bob Prevette, Bill Johnson, Tom Howard, Mike Collins and Jerry Murphy. Director: Michael Dempsey, First row: Judy Almas and Parn Harrington. Second row: Kathy Deoereaux, Connie Vanderlind, Jo Johnson and Cindy Gowen. Third row: Noreen Taylor, Chris Blakeney, Jo Lynn Yansen, Debby Gordon, Linda DeVauIt and Joan Merriman. Fourth row: Nancy Wheeler, Judy Slade, Mary Jo Myers and Eileen Hatchett. Director: Michael Dempsey. t Z , 6 Q-r 'P '7 'P' ry First row: Diane Cheal, Bertha Terry, Helen Prince, Cynthia Sanders, Maryanne Schoneman, Teri Bramble, Barbara Puckett, Chris Griffin, Cornelia Dixon, Debbie Hiltz, Cindi Krantz, Janice Muehl, Beth Vershure, Dell Thompson and Diane Nicholl. Second row: Zandra Bowman, Ellen Smith, Theresa Hunt, Bev Neal, Margaret Emerson, Patti Dollin, Pat Williams, Linda Schmude, Mary Collins, Sharon Blumeno, LaVern Chatmon, Elaine Smith, Beverly Patton, Cheryl Dell, Sue Hollis, Diane Shane, Carol Freeman and Janice Ledsinger. Third row: Laura Seiss, Scott Carroll, Mike Ninotti, John Farms, Mike Stowe, Willie Black, Phil Carter, Paul Beebe, Chuck Porritt, Larry Musgrave, Dean Williams, Nick Leland, Carl Lightfoot, Ken Overbaugh, Tom Gibson, Gwendolyn Hodge and Gloria Harris, Fourth row: Ethel Terry, Anna Watkins, Gwen Anderson, Dick Schiller, David Gooley, Dave Waffle, Charles d'Argy, Dan Cooley, Craig Asplin, Ted Mole, Mike Miller, Alan Paterson, Ron Young, Mike Shan- holtz, Julian Gloomis, Don Martindale, Ross Flore and Randy Sutt. Director: Judy Wade. First row: Dorthea Horace, Mary Beth Belanger, Lynne Chandler, Vicki Leczel and Judy Gloomis. Second row: Elsi Minor, Sue Todd, Karen Roger, Diane Smith and Dorthene Bailey, Third row: Vicki Pote, Barbara Benson, Martha Forman, Nancy Gately, Bonnita Williams and Cheryl Lovett. Director: Judy Wade. ,QW J iv' 'tt' gf-uv 'X' ' . -J nt... I r-.c,,,......hx f""F1"K1fV- -nvxvn-f--f 1 1, ,- 153 Girls' Choir Wo 1 f First row: Gloria Nelson Maryanne S h , c oneman, Janice Joseph, Glenda Slepllfn-91 Pauline Baylor, Mary Elam, Carolyn Dinkins, Helen Garland, Anne wlddtfietd and Vickie West. Second row: Pam Pillow, Diane Obornsawin, Ladonna Hllfdyv Susan Rosengren, Dolores Lawrence. Chris Cagle, Barbara Johnson, Linda Epley, Mary Woods, Sonya Hutchison and Pat Walker. Third row! Rhlmda Galloway, Sandy Nutter, Cheryl Hubble, Diane Smith, Evelyn Klock, R920 Taylor and Carrol Wardlaw. Fourth mw: Carrie Vought, Sandra Smith, Pdf Mallory, Lindsay Newman S d , an y Carey, Jeannie Armbruster, Shelby B0"'Wfff Joyee Willis, Shirely Brown, Annette Johnson and Brenda Sheffield. 1" ffm. Sa 1 Mm Fvslrw Km Sz Mlm lawn, llam las lim, lm M361- lllirl, Ei Gilliam, SM Ci at Ram gl IS it First row: Diane Cheal, Cornelia Dixon, Bev Neal, Diane Baker, Sue Hollis, Bev Patton and Diane Nicholl. Second row: Dan Cooley, Dean Williams, Ted Mole, Ken Overbaugh, Mike Leland and Randy Sutt. First row: Glenda Stephens, Laura Straught, Margaret Johnson, Karen Stringer, Antionette Lawrence, Margaret Thorpe, Vickie West, Anne Widdifield and Marie Johnson. Second row: Barbara Johnson, Virginia Wavairs, Gilda Camden, Debie Sterling, Mary Clam, Linda Hutton, Kathy Ulrich, Deborah Leonard, Shelia Erris, Jeanie McCowan and Linda Cox. Third row: Joyce Daw- kins, Belinda Keefer, Carolyn Roeues, Bonnie Bouzhner, Evelyn Klock, Brigida Zamora and Betty Reed. Fourth row: Rhonda Galloway, Velma Mack, Sue Lowe, Alma Britt, Betty Mason, Sandy Carey, Mildred Watkins, Bonnie Barner, Kay Andrews and Rosemary Mongovan. Madrigals Girls Glee Club YK X lc L E 511311 PCH Orchestra Wind and Percussion 1 Z ? , 4' 5 ' 2 --1 conductor, Robert Peterson First row: Marty Beth Belanger, Linda Rowan, Paulette Ebey and Dennis Blanchard. Second row: Nancy Wirth, Jim Sutherland, Alan Wesley and Rachael Ward, Third row: Lois Garrett, Laymond Earies, Jim Terry, Tyler Schmitz and Mike Roush. ,Q 5 2, ' .. .ft 9 7 fl 21 7046 A 4 ,, R'-.. E UP? .A 'rr 'P' 43 Fm! i Sm m all ln' Mafia lzT'- rl lm-,lx I f , i ' Z ? 5 Z ' 2 , 5 Q f 22 . 4 ff ' ff, . Y f rv -f 4- -.4 1 4 f 1 3 f ,fl 2 ' f' .1 ',,, A Q 4 Cello 311 , V7 Bass First wwf Karen Beebe and Sally Stark. Second now: Mark Carrol, Robert John- son and Neil Gray. Violin and Viola First mw: Despina Keis, Kris Wetterhahn, Susan Parker, Barbara Anthony, Aleda Reid and Carol Mallory. Second row: Linda Van Hook, Pat Mallory, Jackie Bryant, Debby Doule, Beverly Patton, Jerry Allen and Janet Du Vall. Third row: Cindy Gowen, Margaret Emerson, Barbara Warren, Peggy Joos, Ken Parker, Ron Fleming, Cindy Jones and Chris Emerson. S gt rv V V, I 4 .aq- 'FP ,.,.,. rv .V , I ,L 157 wmv- 9 ' Z . Z2 5 fi -. - 40 t X y Z RU! ' fr Future Nurses Audio Visual Club First row: Chuck Roguske, vice-president, Carol Burke, student manager, Gilbert Stephison, president and Mike Smith, secretary-treasurer. Second row: Ronald Johnson, Carlos Cantu, Dale Lecornu, William Dinkins and Mike Cantu. Third row: Randall Drew, James Parry, Willie Jones, Willie Black and Arbella White. Fourth row: Rodney Huntley, Greg Bunker, Harrington Fed, Jessie Evans, Mark Bisgeier and Judy Wil- liams. Sponsor: Domthy Prevette. 158 Q4 First row: Dorothy Gray, secretary, Sheilda Teasley, president, Lillian Edwards, vice-president and Mae Milton, treasurer. Second row: Sandra Turner, Violet Herron, Charlotte Miller, Deborah Witherspoon, Peggy Davis, Christine Twilley, Ann Phillips and Carolyn Dinkins. Third row: DeBonna Pugh, Lillie Stewart, Sharron Anderson, Pamela Burch, Carol Barron, Emma Walker and Sue Morrison. Fourth row: Joyce Willis, Kay Andrews, Sue Lowe, Phyllis Willett, Shelby Barnett, Sallie Stratton, Carol Whiteman and Janis Watkins. Sponsor: Dorothy Fedmond. 1,2 ' l 1425 Pf. ,fi is l I gl l 5 Fw: :nun lun I it LW t. sw HM rf' hm mu Jun CMU flow We J. L-W Thru ,W iw, pam H'1f1f,,,, .m,,,,, , Sis..- 1. 6 f 2 Y7' vi E First row: Linda lsenberg, treasurer, Carolyn Reuter, president, Dorthea Van Dyke, president, pro-tem, and Isabel Seelye, secretary. Second row: Fay McLain, Aleda Reid, Despina Keis, Patricia Ann Walker, Judy Gloomis and Marilyn Barnett, Third row: Laura Straugh, Nancy Allen, Umicca Wiley, Sue Thompson, Carol Murphy, Ann Fulton and Phyllis Vinegar, Fourth roux' Nancy Farms, Linda Covert, Val Bunce, Janice Finch, Judy Allen, Patricia Jones, Martha Barrett and Emma Walker. Sponsor: Ida Barr. Future Teachers Ushers Club First row: Carolyn Rueter, Carol Bacak, Jan Carline, Barbara Autry and Belinda Edwards. Second row: Christine Bass, Annette Johnson, Doug Shelton, Evelyn Kloch, Umicca Wiley and Fay McLain, Third row: Pauline Smith, Gloria Mon- roe, Pam Powers, Diane Banks, Sandra Williams and Alana Cangle. Sponsor: Maurice Levine. Y? X X 6' 159 Quill and Scroll First row: Carol Johnston and Art Byers. Second row: NancyHefner, Connie Web- er and Jo Johnson. Third row: Janet Boettger. George Ellenurood and Roberta Wine. Sponsor: Ken Brown. Origins X X x B i f 2 5 ii 1 5 S , 3 , 5 f A f ' 2. i A M l 21 , 4? i 1, 2 1 5 D. 1 ai -'49 an T7 Y' -f? First row: George Ellenwaod and Roberta Wine. Second row: Val Bunce, Cynthia Brjvant, Marjy Rosner and Janet Boettger. Third row: Cecilia Hunt, Lorraine King, Barbara Warren, Cassandra Hill and Cheri Gay. Advisor: Marla Jackson. 41' I' 160 1' ai . E fn 'sq -,F Quiver First row: Nancy Hefner and Art Byers. Second row: Lisa Koper, Carol Johnston, Phyllis Jackson and Belinda Brown. Third row: Cindy Gowen, Richard Mar- ker, Narwy Hsu, Connie Weber and Con- nie Vanderlind. Fourth row: Jo Johnson, Cheryl Newman, Sally Stark, Marilyn Mihay and Dolores Ciucci. Advisor: Ken Brown. Tomahawk 7' 5 mr' Ill 'Y First row' Janet Boettger Roberta Wine, George Ellenufood and Chuck Wilkiso M ll Cecilia Hunt, Debby Gordon and Patti Ressler. Third roux' Ava Shaw, Cynthia Bryant, orre , Chris Emerson, Val Bunce and Lynne Chandler. Fourth rout' Cheri Gay, Allan Jacobs. Dennis O Neil, Richard Isgrigg, Bruce Bigler and Lorraine King, Advisor: David Muxworthy. t V 4 5 . . H , 2- ii 1. y A N-1 ' 1 ga L V , VF' F sf j A 1 ' P V 9 ffl -.af I ing.-1,'fxvl 161 n. Second rout Cindy f'., V z e . 'F iw. Symphonic Band , ,, iii- 1 , , 4 , . i l , 5 4 f i 4 A l l 5 , E 1 First row: Debbie Smith, Annita Crane, Mark Boathe, Hechv Wifent, Jacki Page Jim Mitchell William Garling, Martha Foreman, Janet Shaw, Jackie Mitchell, Dale Aldo, Dennis Blanchard, Barbara Ball, Germ' McCarry, Major Minor, Larrv Hum! and Marv Beth Belaneer Second row' Lee Ann Andenson, Eileen Hatchett, Richard Pinkham, Ethel Ehey, 'Linda Rowan, Alana Cargle, Norman Lamotte Jim Rafe, Jim Garcia, Wilford Miner, Richard Gorman, Diane Cheal, Rachael W , I , I V . . . ard, Caralyi frauford, Dann Hemming and lllarlene Moriartxx Third roux' Alan Wesley, Theresa Hunt, Bonnita Williams, Karen Kirchmeyer, David Moore, Tee Reyes, Robert Randolph, Kirk Lmd A1 I , , , , . . . quist, en liierbaugh, Michael Fenherg, kenneth beay, Tim Jerome, Michael Leaeher, Lois Garrett, Diane Haher, Nancy Wirth, Patrick Dewly and Jeff Stichney. Fourth row: Mike Roush, Bruce Turpin, Phil Andrews, LeRoy McKinney, James Humphries, Jim Terrv, Laymond Eanes, Tim Cooley, Ernie Fater, Charles Moss, Rnn Kinnev, Ravmond Stahl, Reuben Daniel, Gil Bush. Ronald sw, Dai? chi-ai, Mari Jim, Bill Rollo and Tyler Schmitz, f7 "' D l 'V wa .Y f-L g , K ' V I 'f, A is F H t L ' ii I '13 I 1 First row: Alan Wesley CStudent Directorl, Marlene Moriarty, Mark Boothe, Mike Ninoth, Larry P Hurst and Becky Wigent. Second row: Dawn Hemming, Dale Aldo, Rachael Ward, Ethel Ebey, Janet Shaw and Gerry McCurry. Third row: Mike Roush, Kirk Lindquist, Bill Rollo, Jim Sutherland, Tyler Schmitz, Lee Ann Anderson and Richard Gorman. Fourth row: Nancy Wirth, Karen Kirchmeyer, Lois Garrett, Jim Terry, Gil Bush and Dale Cheal. First row: JeffStickney, Becky Wigent, Dennis Blanchard, Ethel Ebey, Dale Aldo and Rachael Ward. Second row: Richard Pinkham, Alan Wesley, Tim Jerome, Karen Kirchmeyer, Jim Garcia and Jim B d Mitchell. Third now: Lee Reyes, Mike Owen, Mark Carroll, Jeff Everling and Mike Roush. Fourth an now: Dale Cheal. Jim Terry, Ernie Fater, Ron Kinney, Gil Bush and Phil Andrews. 163 I G L it 'H' qu. 'Q 1 I x t N , I First row: Marilyn Smith, Lisa Daniels, Ron Bell, Kathy Vanderbuilt and Cindy Jones. Second mw: Carole Beckett, Cindy Gowen, Rob Gordon and Janis Watkins. Third mw: David Barker, Mike Leacher, Harrington Fed and Bill Gaukler. Alice in Wonderland Cast First row: Lynne Chandler, Bob Gordon, Jo Lynn Yansen, Patti Ressler and Elaine Bafow. Second row: Cindy Gowen, Mary Jo Myers, Jo Johnson, Debby Gordon and Connie Vanderlind. Third row: Chuck Wilkison, Jim Wood, Bill Gaukler, Jeff Stichney and Kirk Lindquist, Fourth row: Gail Caughill, Debbie McDermott, Jim Stockwell, Nancy Hefner and Donna Williams, Thespians tj? Q1 Fan! mg Em L , Rm, Q, W .Yam lmx, F Forensics nv QQ First row: Jan Godoshian, Carol Johnston, Val Bunce, Eileen Hatchett and Phyllis Jackson. Second row: Peter Elliott, Marjy Rosner, Roberta Wine, Carol Whiteman and Veta Smith. Third row: Paul Turrentine, Cecilia Brown, Dave McNeely, Marianne Rollo and Nancy Appleton. Fourth row: Donald Lecornu, Ned Barker, Jan Carline, Tom Hahn and Julian Gloomis. A First row: Ned Barker, Marjy Rosner, Roberta Wine and Tom Hahn. Second row: Wendy Wold, Steve Embree, Canal Johnston, Val Bunce, Berdie Brady, Veta Smith and Jan Godoshian. Third row: Peter Elliott, Cynthia Bryant, David Barker, Lorraine King, Don Lecornu, Dave McNeely, Marianne Rollo and Nancy Appleton. Fourth row: Bill White, Ted Fisher, Marvin Quince, Jerry Murphy, Chris Lewis, Chuck Smith and Donna Whiteman. Debate Fi 2 Q .Je 6 Ns.-f :Y ti 1 fx, ov vm xf Zxf " xv - 166 Studentllnhnl Student Councd Clfficers First row: Kay Madsen and Rob Gordon, Second row: Lynne Chandler, Prentice Hill and Connie Vanderlind. First row: Sponsor John Zimmerle, Linda Jackson, Marcia Olds, Frank Deni, Second row: Marcia Luther, Linda Lippard, Charles Stearns, Nick Collins, Evelyn Klock and Fay McLain. Third row: Belinda Keeler, Carolyn Hardenburgh, Helen Collias, Bob Grove, Joy Herzog, Linda Bedford and Debbie Sterling, Fourth row: Jeff Buckberrough, Jim White, Charles Morris, Larcis Eason, Brenda Giers and Bev Neal. Fifth row: Alvin Bessent, Sonja Borders, Carole Beckett, Floyd Baker, Andy Stowe, Joyce Montgomery and Judy Allen. yah, W X, '29 X-W x Bowling VIP's First mw: David Faust ftreasurerj, Bruce Johnson fsecretarivl and Tim Shiremanfpresidentj. Second mw: Percy Ingram, Earline Fortier, Terrjv Seasley, Antionette Lawrence, Lesia Taylor and Maxine Thome. Third row: Phyllis Vinegar, Laras Eason, Dave McNeely, Don Martindale, Martha Barrett and Alice Lawrence, Fourth row: Leon Looney, Arlester Johnson, Chuck Smith, Sandra Green, Andrew Williams, Nathan Davis and Mike VanGuilder. Fifth row: Laymond Eanes, Chris Lewis, Harrington Fed, Ronald Kinney, Charles Graham and Ron Lewis. First row: Ron Lewis, Mike VanGuilder, Glenn Kitchen and Bruce Johnson Bowling Club X .--.i i- . .-.. -... V.-. --..- ... ..... --- - e , 'D ,X f 5 4 f 9 i f 4 , ,. . ' Z r Rf I I ... , -,,,- ' 2 ,17 .,.. 1' z f ' E'-r, . . First row: Fay McLain, Edgar Tedsen, sponsor and Alike Frue. Second row: Roger Flores, Jim Boone, Jarnes Owen, Greg Bunker and Brian Rosenthal. ll - Ill Radio Club Varsity Club 168 First row: Martin Acosta, Paul Turrentine and Sylvester Robinson. Second row: Bill Hollis, Dave McNeely, Kenneth Seay and Roger Shafer. Third row: Paul Roberts, Leroy Jackson, Bruce Bigler, Mike VanGuilder and William White. Fourth row: Tom Jenkins, Chuck Smith, Jerry Murphy, Jessie Evans, Jim Stockwell and Ron Lewis. VME I J ii R N Ili P :sf rn, .lin T-1 he Bt Um lliivm lm-,i Muffy, First mw: Stephen Isgrigg, David Jack- son, Bill Miilu and Nick Leland. Second mw: Tom Jenkins, Sky Patterson, Ted Fisher, Tim Jerome and Richard lsgrigg. Third w: Chris Austin, Ron Lewis, 5 If Bill Gargdes and Coach John Zimmerle. 5-LJ Ski Team First row: Nancy Gately, Beth Vershure, Niki Clayton, Debby Hiltz, Aleda Reid, Joan Merriman, Alice Silverthorn, Cary Mazur, Mark Kimmerly and Chris Dawson. Second row: Stephen Isgrigg, Tom Rogers, Cindy Howlett, Barb Anthony, Chris Mason, Ann Dunlap, Bill Miilu, Jim Rofe and Bob Grove. Third row: Bob Gordon, Ross Flore, Jim Graybiel and Paul Beebe, Sky Patterson, David Jackson, Kirk Lindquist, Mike Rofe, Nick Leland, sponsor John Zimmerle. Fourth row: Tom Jenkins, Brian Rosenthal, Bill Gaddes, Darrell Ferguson, William Alward, Chris Austin, Ted Fisher, Ron Lewis, Bill Gaukler, Richard lsgrigg and Michael Valuet. Ski Club 1 I 45 T First mw: Margie Cockle Ktreasurerj, Linda Porritt Kuice presidentj, Kay Madsen Kpresidentl, Joan Merriman fsecretaryj, and Gerry McCurry fhistorianj. Second row: Ann Fulton, Janet Shaw, Marianne Sacks, Wendy Wold and Jean Hale, Third row: Pat Taylor, Diana Mazur, Linda Kreps, Nancy Wirth, Beverly Patton and Janet Boettger. Girls' Tennis Team First row: Carolyn Reuter, Dennis 0'Neill and Allan Jacob. Second rout: Jean Hale, Sue Ninotti, Cecilia Hunt and Aleda Reid. Third row: Carol Clarkson, Kris Wetterhahn, Heidi Wurst, Barb Anthony, Marianne Sachs and Cynthia Bryant. Fourth row: David Faust, Marjy Rosner, Cindy Gowen, Roberta Wine, Colleen Collins, Jo Johnson and Lynn Henderstein Fifth row' Peggy Joos Cheek Willzison, Mike venaoftder, Cheek Smith, George Ezzenweed, were! Adams, Cheri Gay and Barbra Warren. German v-' K he l ,,. me , i f 1 lm Im, JM im Dim Slcrgq W-1 H1 Mer sf, , -' Girls' Track Team First row: Harolyn Howard, Allesia Daniels, Barbara Johnson and Jackie Mitchell. Second row: Dolores Lawrence, Annette Johnson, Shirley Brown, Sharon England and Carole Tiernan. Third row: Margaret Hirsch, Beatrice Wright, Con- nie Hyrnes, Cecilya Brown and Alfreda Butler. li 'fr' 'sh ...ff Modern Dance First row: Cathy Gallagher, Altagracia Rivera, Carole Tier- nan and Sue Thompson. Second row: Karen Stinger, Evelyn Boone and Bethalee Smith. 1' 5 . , V . ...I J '7 Y 7 -L Y 1, ,.' X- ,' nfl' '1 ' X11 Booster Club First mum' Lindsay Newman, Judy Wil- liams and Roger Jones. Second mu" Sandy Nutter. Lenora Nic-hols and Pauline Smith. 17 1 Z Lf w I9 Q .ii-49 First rou Chix Pjrnerson flreasurerj, Richard Isgrigg lsecretargy, Charles Wilhi.son fpresi- dffnfj, Carol Hawuh foire presidenlj, Barbara Warren lhistorian, .sargent at arms! and George Iallenufoorl Swnnd roof -Jeff lfoss, Linda Lippard, Carol Clarkson, Evelyn Klock, Ava Shaw, llmirfra Wiley, -lean Hale and Maxine Thorne. Third row: Heidi Wurst, Helen Collias, Val Hume, lioh flroue, Nanfy Hsu, Harhara Anthony, Aleda Reid and Albert Yee. Fourth rout Ilaiful Faust, Nanry Appleton, Cindy Sufansey, Peggy Joos, Sally Stark, Margie Emerson. lloag,S'hellori and llehby Sibley Fifth row: Carolyn Reuter, Mike Campbell, Victor Adams, Miha' -lm-obs, Ifirh Rogers, Jan Carlirie, Ron Lewis, Lorraine King and Julie Hallock Advisor Judy llngoary Q 0 tl' W1 f... wh M, I ,V lil 'lf 4 L! . f . K Zzss.-, ii... 1 .fx Biology Club Library Assistants First raw: Christine Bass, Linda lsen- berg lsecretary-treasurerj, Donna White- man lpresidentj and Isabel Seelye lviffv presidentj. Second row: Emma Walker, Diane Slamman, Carolyn Dinkinns and Carol Murphy. Third row: Beverly Pagv, Ann McLean, Daie Waffle, Sallie Strat- ton and Carol Whiteman, Advisors: Tom Melzdorf and Doris Haynes. X s , H! 4 V -- I 1-j:g1'.Q23i-1211, as f 5 f a .'f p f . Z 7 . .J Y 1' 'P Lab Assistants First roux' Walt Long, Mary Fran Vallier. Pat Matloch, Alice Siliierthorn, Elaine Ellcey, Lupe Rojas and Lisa Koper. Second roam' Janet Boettger, Carol Hat-als. Bertie Brady, Linda Wall, Val Bunee, Gan' Bussard, Deborah Witherspoon and Helen Collias. Third raw: Nancy Hefner, Doug Shelton, Chris Emerson, Lorraine King, Cathy Schroeder, Marianne Rollo, Sallie Stratton and Kathy Kendriel: Fourth rouix Roger Janes, Allan Jacobs, Chris Marinos, Darrell Ferguson, Jan Carline, Ron Lewis, Chuck Smith, Dan Loose and Colleen Collins, Advisor, Lester Mack. Z 2 f i , ' e 2 ' V 5 2 ,fy- , , 'f w ,f f , , f V' ff f J . QF' , 1. ff ., .f" " .. ... , 0 ' U V ,, 1 , ff' x 1 -J 1,-17' ,, Z 3 P C 'xi' 1? Gym Assistants First rau-J Bill Burke tsei-rotary, Sandra Turner tpresidentl, Linda Porritt thislo- rianl and Jackie Mitchell ttroasiirvrl, Second roam' Shirley Herron, Cindy Heruo, Ann Fulton, Carol Clarkson, Deborah Witherspoon, Belinda lWvAllisler and Wendy Wold. Fourth rout' Joyee Willis, Paulette Meredith, Shrldia Teasley, l'at Maehiela, Julie Hallock, Linda Kri-ps GHG' Jflj' Hfrzirlg, Adl'l.Wir.w,' llllflhllfj' Chantler and Catherine Craif 143 W . H v f 1 fi: : vi lf Z lf rg ' 5 5-SSX. 4 - fs ii .-XM - - Us A 9:5- 9' Teacher's Workroom Assistants First row Kathryn Hamilton, Vicki West, Ruth Thompson, Brenda Pryor and Sue Brown Second row: Sheila Ratliff, Margaret Landry, Kristian Reed Jim Stockwell Belinda Edwards, Linda Mitchell and Evelyn Klock, I-TSETNXS:-N cv' 1- Q 1 W s Q 1 4' ' xx ' fi' f X J N g, 1 2 Y? l First row: Terry Long, Olga Cordova, Wanda Pennex, Brenda Pryor, Teresa Paida and Diana Weir. Second row: Geral Pickett, Marlene Ryan, Georgie Thomas, Linda Waters, Pat Matlock, Mae Milton and Gertrude Palmer. Third row: Betty Shields, Magdalene Shields, Jacqueline Bryant, Betty Smith, Peggy Davis, Stella Maldonado and Linda Baker. Fourth row: April Tison, Carrie Offlce ASS1St3HtS Vought, Elsie Moore, Cynthia Pippen, Gloria Monroe, Lorine Walker and Olivia Torres. Advisor: Margaret Lowry. First row: Linda Epley, Pat Walker Castor Moore and Jackie Rochon Second row: Carolyn Wayne Man Beglarian Barbara Autry and Pat Lowes. Third row: Penny Preston Gayle Slocum Larry Coyle Ray Council and Phil Lawrence A: 3 ,ii if B-0 4'- N I I I - - "SYS-A Practical Experience Provided by Wigwam and Co-op Cooperative training affords the student the opportunity to put formal, in-school instruction to practical use. The student is employed on a part-time basis and is paid according to the wage scale for beginning employees. Work is closely supervised by the employer and the school coordinator. In addition to the instruction and experience received on the job, these students receive in- school instruction in subjects closely related to the work done on the job. Students receive regular credit each semester and must spend a minimum of fifteen hours per week on the job. Students who participate in this coopera- tive, on-the-job training program receive practical experience that cannot be provided in the school. The Wigwam, which is a part of the Home Economics Departmentls Food Service Program, provides students with a working knowledge of food prep- aration and restaurant management. Every Monday and Tuesday is spent in learning to prepare various types of food and practicing proper serving tech- niques. The remaining three days of each week the students serve an average of fifty-five faculty and staff members. The menu includes a choice of three main meals and several a la carte items at reasonable prices. The first three hours of the serving day constitute the preparation of food. The food is served during the fourth hour, and the cleaning-up process is carried out fifth and sixth hours. The class is supervised by Mary France. Wigwam Workers 176 First row: Loretto Fleenor, Cheryl Benedict, Barbara Coleman, Emma Gill, Arlene Wyzgoski and Jo Ann Martinez, Second row: Emma Walker, Jose Gonzales, Sam Reed, Dorothy May, Lind!! Hoffman and Michael Long. Third row: Constance McCallister, Geraldine Bushell, Katherine Etehin, Reedie Anthony and Ann Bumpous. Fourth raw: David Lyons, Jim Hauser, Erle Boone, Robert Jackson, Clifton Martin, Richard Wright and Waylon Woods. Sponsor: Mary F rance. X it 7,1 l s , 5 Office Co-op First rouu' Dianne Carro, Gloria Barker, Betty Usley, Jill Mulinix, Dorothy Harris, Willia Ann LeDuffand Sandy Hardenburgh. Second rouu' Barbara Williams, Barbara Autry, Alice Bosworth, Val Bunce, Sue Forslund, Linda Seagraves, Linda Seay and Debbie Smith. Third rout Cathy Warren, Cheryl Payne, Betty Green, Bonnie Copenhaver, Sandy Shea, Cheryl Boiilrer, Jeri Cox and Janice Joseph, Fourth row: Rita Ward, Jeff Stickney, Marilyn Horace, Penny Preston, Judy Wilson, Vicky Huff, Gilbert Stephinson, Charlotte Pritchett and Bertha Hayes. First row: Jim Terry, Valerie Atkins and Michael Gentry. Second row: Nancy Warnock, Nancy Tripp, Maureen Jenkinson, Joy Carroll, Bonnie Watson, Karen Lafountain and Donna Folsom, Third row: Sue Siebert, Sal Ramirez, Harold Parker, Yolanda Bishop, Lauralee Jenkie, Ronald LeMarbe, Margaret Hirsch and Glenn Essiambre. Fourth row: Estelle Simpson, Toby Swindells, Andy Money, Richard Anderson, David Jones, Richard Roach, Diana Mcllquham and Gail Barnicz. Fifth row: Gaye Long, Bob Smith, Vickie Wilson, Alex Tasca, Butch Gray, Bill White, Jimmy Gaiter, Doug Quinn and Linda Purcer. WNWMKYN Distributive Trade and Industrial ev N.. O .1 " as .,-. Index v Advertising --a..-'5 ..- . 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Toni '73 Aldo, Dale 132. 149. 162 Alexander, Betty 78 Alexander, Robert 78 Alice Alice In Wonderland 62 ln Wonderland Cast 164 Allen, Danny 132 Allen, Diane 132 Allen, Donna 132 Allen, Gerald 132 Allen, Judy 159, 166 Allen, Linda 78 Allen, Nancy 20, 151 Allen, Ronald 20 Allen, Sharon 132 Almas, Judy 20, 108, 151, 152 Alward, William 20 Amerson, Sylvia 20 Anderson, Gwen 132, 153 Anderson, Laurie 78 Anderson, Lee Ann 20, 149 Anderson, Richard 20, 177 Anderson Sharron 132 158 1 1 Andrews, Charles 132 Andrews, Kay 132, 155, 158 Andrews, Pmuip zo, 149, 162 Angel, Kathy 132 Angel, Pam 78 Anthony, Barbara 78, 172 Anthony, Charles 149 Anthony, Joanne 20 Anthony, Reedie 20, 176 Appleton, Nancy 132, 165, 172 Arciniaga, Gregory 132 Arellano, Art 20 Armbruster, Jeannie '78 Armstrong, Barbara 132 Armstrong, Ruth 78 Arnold, Carol 78 Arnold, Kenneta 132 Arnold, Phillip 21 Arnold, Sandra 21 Asplin, Craig 132, 153 Asplin, Nancy 21 Aspiund, Art va Atkins, Valerie 21, 177 Attendence Office Assistants 175 Atwood, Debbie 132 Aubert, Henry 21 Audio-Visual Club 158 Austin, Autry, Bacak, Chris 78 Barbara 78, 159, 175, 177 Bev 132 Bacak, Carol 21, 159, 172, 173 Bacuw, Elaine 78, 151, 164 Bahan, Larry 78 Bailey, Bruce 132 Bailey, Dorthene 78, 150, 153 Bailey Veatrice 78 Baird,yWilliam 132 Baker, Alan 21, 151 Baker, Dennis 61 Baker, Diane 132, 149, 155, 162 Baker, Floyd 21, 166 Baker, Linda 132, 175 Ball, Barbara 78, 149, 162 Ball, Richard 132 Banks, Diane 132, 159 Barach, Phil 78, 58 Barbe r Barbe r Barker Barker Barkus Barne r Barnett Barnett Ernest 132 58 Gloria 21 177 David 132 164 165 Ned 78, 165 Hattie 132 Bonnie 155 Marilyn 21, 157, 159 Shelby 21 158 Index Barnicz, Gail 21, 177 Barrett, Martha 21, 159 Barron, Carol 132, 158 Barron, Steve 78 Baseball 106 Basketball 102 Bass, Christine 21, 159, 172 Bass, Lelia 78 Bateman, Karen 132 Batten, Beverly 132 Baumgras, Gerald 132 Baylor, Paul 132 Baylor, Pauline 78, 132 Beach, Denise 132 Beal, Calvin 132 Beck, Loretta 21 Beck, Ronnie 78 Beck, Terry 78 Beckett, Carole 22, 108, 151, 164, 166, 112 Beckman, Gary 78, 151, 61 Bedford, Linda 132, 166 Beebe, Karen 22 Beebe, Paul 132, 153, 169 Beglarian, Kathy 132 Beglarian, Mary 132, 175 Beglarian, Rose 22 Belanger, MaryBeth 78, 149, 153, 162 Bell, Ronald 22, 164 Benedict, Cheryl 22, 176 Bennett, Jesse 132, 59 Benns, Edward 132 Benson, Barbara 153 Berberoglu, Berch 128, 132 Bergo, Cindy 22, 173 Bertholdy, John 22 Bessent, Alvin 78, 166, 106 Bierlein, Bill 132 Biggs, Janice 78 Bigler, Bruce 22, 161, 168, 60 Bilbo, Derek 132 Biology Club 172 Birdiett, Alvin 78 Birdiett, Calvin 78, 151 Birdiett, Iola 78 Bisgeier, Mark 57, 79, 61 Bishop, Edward 79, 106 Bishop, Yolanda 22, 177 Black, Eddie 132 Black, Willie 132, 153 Blakeman, Ted 22 Blakeney, Christine 79, 109, 15 Blanchard, Dennis 51, 148, 162 Bland, Charles 133 Blanton, Sheila 79 Blaylock, Cheryl 133 Blaylock, Susan 133 Bledsoe, Gary 79 Bledsoe, Richard 133 Blond, Bob 133 Bloodworth, Bradley 133 Blumeno, Sharon 133, 153 Boettger, Janet 22, 150, 160, 16 Boga, John 22 Boga, Michael 57, 133 Bojesen, Bert 79, 133 Bolden, Valorie 79 Boldrey, Julia 133 Bonds, Deborah 133 Bonds, Linda 133 Bone, Dave 22 Bookstore Assistants 175 Boone, Erle 133, 176, 58 Boone, Evelyn 133 Boone, Harold 79, 58 Boone, James 79, 149, 168 Booster Club 171 Booth, Shirley 133 Boothe Mark 133, 148 Boothe, Melvin 106 Borders Sorja 79, 166 Bordors Duaine 133 Bosworth Alice 22, 150 177 Bottom Ricky 133 Boughner Pat 79 Bourgeau Jeffrey 133 Bourgeau Mark 79 2, 113 1, 170, 173 B""Shfwr1 Bonnie isa 33'1T5'5Z.'1""fZ3 ' 1 er Bowie, Jessie 79 Bower. Cheryl zz, 177 Bvwlins club 167 Bowling VlP'S 167 Bvwman, Zandra 133, 153 Boyce, Robert 78, 108 Brace, Richard 79, 151 Bradford, Cassandia 79 Brady, Bertie 22, 165, 173 Bramble, Teresa 133, 153 Branham, James 133 Branner, Tereatha 133 Brauner, Fred 22 Brauner, Susanne 79 Brembery, Hattie 22 Bridges, Garfield 133 Bridges, Larry 133 Bright, Charles 133 Bright, Tom 79 Brindley, Bruce 23 Britt, Alma 133, 155 Broodnax, Otis 79 Brown, Alma 133 Brown, Belinda 23, 161 Brown, Billy Wayne 133 Brown, Bonnie 79 Brown, Cecilia 133, 149, 165, 171 B rown, B rown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Bruce , John 133 Kathleen 133 Ken 79 Linda 150 Lonnie 133 Mary 23 Shirley 79, 171, 154 Sue 133, 174 Susan 23 Thomas 133 Creig 23 Brundige, Jim 133 Bryant, Bryant, Bryant, Cynthia 23, 160, 161, 165, 170 , Edward 79 Eugene 133 Bryant, Jacqueline 23, 175 Bryant, Bryant, James 23 N. Z. 79, 58 Buckberrough, Jeff 23, 166 Bueno, Hector 133 Bueno, Yvonne 79 Bullis, Rosemary 23 Bumpous, Ann 176 Bunce, Val 23, 159, 160, 161, Bunker, Gregory 79, 168 Burch, Jim 133 Burch, Pamela 133, 158 Burke, Billie 79, 173 Burke, Carol 51, 23 Burkett, Milton 79 Burns, Stacia 133, 149 Burrell, Ann 133 Burrell, Gwendolyn 133 Burrell, Sammy 79 Burrow, Linda 183 Burton, Carl 79 Burton, Geneva 79 Busbee, Reineer 79 165, 177 332.11 Busbee, Ruth 24 Bush, Gil 133, 149, 162 Bushell, Geraldine 24, 176 Bussard, Gary 24, 173, 61 Busse, Don '79 Butler, Alfreda 133, 171 Butler, Charlotte 24 Butler, Mary Ellen 79 Butterfield, Sally 79 Byers Artie 24 160 161 Byers Thomas 24 Byrd, David 134 Byrd Jeanice 134 Cabil Barbara 79 Cabil James 134 Cage Ella 134 Cagle, Chris 80, 154 ' J' of ffl-9 'bf 52 34. ,ad ,rn ,sl nw 1 is rf' .12 pi 1 av if sv' inf? ibm! A 1 1,2151 2534 ,aff . 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Dolores ao, 161 Clam, Mary 155 Clark, Emma 134 Index Cordova, Mario 134 Cordova, Olga 25, 175 Cornett, Jan 80 Council, Raymond 25, 50, 175 Covert, Linda 25, 159 Cowan, Ronald 134 Cowdrey, Greg 134 Cowgill, Renee 25, 174 Cowley, Bruce 80 Cox, Jeri 25, 177 Cox, Linda 134, 155 Cox, Nancy 134 Coyle, Lawrence 175 Craft, George 134 Craft, Jerome 80 Crawford, Carolyn 134, 149, 162 Crew, Cathy 134 Crocker, Elizabeth 134 Crocker, Mark 80 Crone, Annita 134, 149, 162 Croskey, Geraldine 25 Cross, Allen 80 Cross-country 52-53 Cumberworth, Diane 80 Cummings, Andy 80 Danic, Bob 134 Danic, Paul 25, 151, 152 Daniel, Danny 80, 59 Daniel, Reuben 25, 149, 162 Daniels, Allesia 134, 164, 171 Danielson, Dennis 134 Dudley, Roy 26 Duffle, Ronald Z6 Dunigan, Ron 149 Dunlap, Ann 81, 169, 113 Dye, Ron 81 Enddy, Eaglen, Eames, Eanes, Eason, Ruth 135 Joyce 135 Harold 135 Laumond 135,149,l62,167 Amos 81 Eason, Laras 135,166,167 Eatmon, Chester 26 Ebey, Ethel 81,149,162 Edson, Rose 26 Edwards, Belinda 81,159,174 Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Edwards, Elam, Ma Donald 81 Frederick 81,149 Lillian 26,158 Mary 135 Patricia 135 Terry 81 Timothy 81 Vickie 135 ry 135,154 d'Argy, Charles 134, 153 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Alisa 134 Cheryl 134 Deborah 80 Gerald 80 Linda 25 Morris 25 Nathan 134, 167 Nora 80 Peggy 135, 158, 175 Valeria 80 Clark, Ovmes 134 Clark, P atricia 80 Clarkson, Carol 170, 172, 173 Clarkson, Jean 24 Clayton, Nelrita 134 Clayton, Niki 134, 169 Clifton, Carl 80 Dawkins, Joyce 135, 155 Dawson, Christine 80, 109, 169 Dawson, Lynda 135 Dean, Jay 80 Dean, Pam 80 Debate 165 DeCleene, Dan 135 Delgado, Mary 134 Dell, Cheryl 134, 153 Demmings, Zera 135 Deni, Frank 25, 166, 106 Clinard, Russell 30 Dennis, Larry 80 Cobb, Ll'-Wd 134 Dennison, Mary 135 Cobb, Loretta 134 Desneuer, Daniel 135 Cockle, Margaret 24, 170 DeVault, Linda 81, 150, 152 Cody, Richard 134, 149 Devereaux, Kathleen 25, 151, 152 Colburn, Thomas 134 DeWalt, Margaret 135 C0leman, Barbara 80, 176 Dewey, Patrick 81, 149, 162 Coleman, Dallas 24 Dextx-om, Keith 81 Coleman, Loretta 134 Dickie, Bob 135, 58 Collias, Helen 24, 166, 172, 173 Dickie, Joseph 56, 81, 58 Collias, Nick 166 Dinkins, Carolyn 81, 154, 158, 172 Collier, Bruce so Dinkins, Keith ai Collins, Colleen 80, 170, 173 Dinkins, William 135 C0lliI1S, John 134 Distributive, Trade and Industrial 177 Cvllins, Mary 134, 153 Dixon, Cornelia 135, 153, 155 Collins, Mike 151, 152 Doig, Kathryn 109, 135 C001, Ivan 134 Dollin, Patti 153 Cooley, Dan 134, 153, 155, 113 Dolphins 109 Cooley, Tim 134, 149, 162 Donaldson, Lynn 135 Cwlidge, Kathy 134 Donaldson, Michele 25 Cooney, William 24 Donaldson, Mike 25 Cooper, Arthur 80 Donaldson, Patricia 135 Cooper, Irma 134 Doolin, Patti 135 Cooper, Paulette 134 Dooley, Richard Bl, 106 Cooper, Robert 24 Doule, Debby 81 Copeland, Eddie 80 Dowe, Samuel 25 Copeland, Robert 134 Draper, Elnora 135 Corenhaver. Bennie 25, 177 Draper, Linen ai Cvppersmith, ROSS 25- 151 Drew, Randy 81 Cordova, Arturo 25 Drittler, Mary 135 Cordova, Irma 134 Dudley, Gloria 25 Cordova, Margaret 25 Dudley, Judy 135 " '- n,,.-4-- - tn . nomrwnmaw-f ,, .N Elam, Walter 26,58 Ellcey, Elaine 81,173 Ellenwood, George 26, 160,161,l70,172 Elliot, Charles 26 Elliott, Chris 26 Elliott, Peter 135,165 Elliott, Dadie 26 Ellout, Bennie 135 Ellsworth, Duane 26 Elmy, Mike 26 Embree, Stephen 135,165 Emerson, Christine 26,151,161,l7 England, Sharon 135,171 Ennis, David 26 Ennis, L.C. 81 Epley, Linda 26,154,175 Ericksen, Larry 81 Erickson, David 135 Erickson, Gregory 81 Erickson, Steven 81 Erris, Shelia 135,155 Esralian, Laura 135 Essiambre, Glenda 26 Essianbre, Glenn 26,177 Etchen, Kathy 176 Evans, Jessie 26,168 Evans, Larry 27 Evans, Sandra 135 Everett, Char 27,135 Everett, Craig 135 Everling, Jeffrey 27 Ewald, David 135 Ewalt, Sam B1 Farmer, Steve 135 Farms, John 136,153 Farms, Nancy 27,159 Farms, Richard 27,97,151,106 Farmsworth, Sandra 136 Fater, Ernie 25,149,162 Featherson, John 136,148 Fed, Harrington 81,164,167 Fed, Kendra 136 Fed, Macon 27 Fell, Mary 81 Fenberg, Michael 81,149,162 Ferguson, Barbara 136 Ferguson, Darrell 27,166,l69,173 Fife, John 136 Filak, James 151,111 Finch, Janice 27,149,159 Finley, David 81,151 Fish, Bonnie 136 Fisher, Ted 27,165,l66,169 Fitch, Merle 136 Fladger, Patricia 136 Fleenor, Loretta 81,176 Fleming, Ronald 81 Flore, Ross 136,153,169 Flores, Roger 136,168 Folsom, Donna 27,177 Football 98-101 2,173,112,113 185 Where All Smart Girls Go! 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Perry WONT YOU? 1 A Xia Foreign Students 128-129 Forensics 165 Forman, Carl 81 Forman, Martha 81,l49,153,162 Forslund, Susan 27,177 Fortier, Earline 136,167 Fotineas, Phillip 136 Foust, David 8l,167,170,172 Fowler, Betty 81 Fowler, Joyce 27 Fowler, Shirley 27 Fox, Richard 27 Fox, Roger 56,81 Franks, Kenneth 56,82,59 Franks, Sam 136 Frayer, Linda 27 Frazier, Walter 27 Freeman, Carol 136,153 French, Barbara 27 Fredericks, Larry 136 Frericks, Terry 136 Froede, Lary 57,136,106 Frue, Mike 28,168 Fulton, Ann 28,159,l70,173 Fulton, Dave 82 Furman, Carl 149 Fuselier, Vera 28 Future Nurses 158 Future Teachers 159 Gaddes, Bill 28,160,169,61 Gaiter, Jimmy 28,177 Gale, Roberta 136 Gales, Shirley 28 Gallagher, Cathy 136,171 Gallagher, Gregory 82 Galloway, Ronda 136,154,155 Gammage, Susan 82 Garcia, Gracie 28,174 Garcia, Jim 149,162 Garcia, Joe 136 Garland, Helen 28,154 Crarling, Bill 62,1-18,162,106 Garner, Bonnie 136 Garrett, Lois 28,149,162 GUY, Fred 82 Gate-1y, Nancy 82,150,153,l69 Gatzmeyer, Linda 28 Gaukler, Bu1a2,94,1s4,1s6,169,1'14 Gau th ier, Daniel 136 Cay, Cheri 28,160,l61,170 Gaydos, Carol 109,136 Gee, Cheryl 136 Gee, Douglas 28 Genez, Nora 136 Gentry, Michael 28,177 Georg Georg e, Cynthia 28 e, James 136 Gerlinger, Leora 82,150 German Club 170 Gibbs , Linda 28 Gibson, John 28 Gibson, Robert 82 Gibson, Tom 57,136,153 Gie rs, Brenda 136,166 Gill, Emma 28,176 Girls' Girls ' Girls ' Girls ' Girst, Givens Glas co Choir 154 Glee Club 155 Tennis Team 170 Track Team 171 Jack 28 , Alice 82 w, Jean 82 Glascow, Marie 136 Glazier, Phil 28 Glazier, Shirley 136 Glazier, Wanda 136 Gloomis, Judith 82,136,150,153,159,1 Gloomi S, Julian 136,153 Glover, Henry 136 Godosh lan, Janice 136,165 Goldsmith, Billy 82 Goldsm Golf 61 Gomez, 188 ith, Nathaniel 136 Eva 82 65 Index Gonzales, Jose 176 Gonzales, Jesse 136 Gonzales, Linda 29,174 Goodsell, Frank 136 Gooley, David 136,153 Gordon, Debra 29,108,150,152,151,154 Gordon, John 82 Gordon, Robert 63,82,151,152,164,166,169 Gorman, Richard B2,148,162,61 Gowen, Cindy 29,63,108,150,152,16l,164,170,111 Grable, Jim 57 Gracey, Michael 82 Gragg, Mary 136 Graham, Beverly 82 Graham, Charles 136 Graham, Charles 136,167 Graham, William 136 Gramer, Donald 136 Grass, Elizabeth 136 Gravely, Jack 82 Graves, Valeri 82 Gray, Butch 177 Gray, Dave 29 Gray, Dorothy 29,138 Gray, Neil 136 Gray, Toni 136 Graybiel, James 136,169 Green, Betty 29,177 Green, Brenda 82 Green,'Deborah 137 Green, Kathleen 137 Green, Judi 82 Green, Sandra 29,167 Green, Susan 29 Greenhalgh, Mary 137 Gregory, James 82 Griffin, Christine 137,152 Griffin, Deborah 137 Griffin, Ernest 58 Griffin, Gerald 82 Grogan, Clark 82,151 Grove, Robert 57,137,166,169,172 Guadagnol, Dorthey 29 Guilds, Arlene 137 Gulacsik, Deborah 29 Gulacsik, Jim 56,82,60 Gurley, Frank az Gym Assistants 173 Habel, John 82 Hahn, Thomas 29,165 Hale, Jean 29,170,172 Hall, Judy 137 Hall, Robert 82 Hall, Sally 137 Hallock, Judy 82,172,173 Hamilton, Gordon 82 Hamilton, Katheyn 29,174 Hanley, Ivradell 82 Hanley, Katherine 83 Hannah, Christine 137 Hardenburgh, Carolyn 83,166 Hardenburgh, Sandra 29,177 Hardiman, Regginald 137 Hardy, Erma 83 Hardy, Ladonna 83,154 Harmes, Mike 137 Harmon, Gary 137,149 Haroutunian, Bob 137 Harper, Jimmie 29 Harper, Patricia 137 Harrington, Elmer 29 Harrington, John 29 Harrington, Pamela 83,95,108,150,152,l13 Harris, Connie 137 Harris, Delores 83 Harris, Dorothy 29,177 Harris, Gloria 153 Harris, Judith 83 Harris, Norma 83 Harris, Rosalind 83 Harrison, Sheila 137 Haskin, Larry 57,83 I-latchett, Eileen 30,96,97,108,152,162,165 Hatten, Sally 83 Hause, Mildred 137 Hawes, Karen 30 Hawkins, Wilbert B3 Hawkins, Willie 30 Hayes, Bertha 30,177 Hayes, Paul 83 Hayes, Quincy 137 Heaton, Sharon 137 Hecox, Thomas B3 Heffernan, Judy 83 Hefner, Nancy 30, 160,161,164, 173,200 Hegwood, Mike 83 Hemmlng, Dawn 30,149,162 Henderstein, Kirk 56 Henderstein, Lynn 30,109,170 Henry, Edward 137 Henry, Roberta 83 Henson, Gary 30 Hernandez, Cathy 137 Hernandez, Richard 30 Herring, Diane 137 Harring, Jerry 83 Herron, Clarence 83 Harron, Shirley 30,173 Herron, Violet 158 Hershey, Steve 83 Herveou, Dennis 30 Herzog, Joy 83,166,173 Hicks, Linda 137 Higgins, Michele 83 Hill, Cassandra 83,160 Hill, Prentice 83,166 Hillie, Rith 137 Hillier, Sue 83 Hillsey, Barbara 137 Hiltz, Debby 137,153,169 Hirsch, Margaret 30,171,177 Hirsch, Sandra 137 Hodge, Glen 137 Hodge, Gwendolyn 137,153 Hodge, Vernon 83,151 Hoffman, John 83 Hoffman, Linda 31,176 Hofimaster, Cynthia 83 Holley, Willie 137 Hollis, Susan 137,153,155 Hollis, William 168,58 Homecoming 94-97 Hoskins, Darlene 83 Hooks, Faye 137 Hoots, Lynne 137 Hopkins, Sandy 137 Horace, Dorethia 83,151,153 Horace, Marilyn 31,177 Houser, James 31,176,106 Houston, Roger 137 Howard, Bruce 31 Howard, George 31 Howard, Harolyn 137,171 Howard, rom 31,51,56,l51,l52,l06,112 Howell, William 137 Howlett, Cynthia 109,150,169 Hsu, Nancy 31,161,172 Hubbard, Laura 137 Hubbel, Cheryl 83,154 Hudson, Minnie 137 Huff, Vicky 31,177 Hughes, Danny 137 Hughes, Wayne 83 Humphrey, Durline 31 Humphries, Jim 135,149,162 Hunt, Cecilia 31,108,160,161,170 Hunt, Thereas 137,153,162 Hunter, Doloris 137 Huntley, Rodney 31 Hupka, Edward 83 Hupka, William 83 Hurford, Dave 31 Hurford, Vicky 137 Hurner, Gloria 137 Hurst, Janis 31 Hurst, Larry l37,148,162,58 Huston, David 138 Hutchinson, Sonya 84,109,154 Hutchinson, Wayne 138 Q ' s .gr 5 to ,- Q V ,W , in 1, . ' - it-Sf" ' , -' f wgfj: Hutchons, Charlene 138 1-lutchons, Gloria 31 Hutton, Linda 138,155 Hutton, Susan 84 1-luttula, Gerald 31 Hymes, Connie 138,171 Ingram, Perry 84,167 Irving, Clyde 138 Irwin, Daniel 32,106 lsenberg, Linda 32,159,172 Isgigg, Richard 32,161,166,169,172 lsgrigg, Stephen 84,169 Ison, Linda 138 1vory,.obert 84 Iwanski, Thomas 84 Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Altha 138 Barbara 138 Charlie 84,58 Clarence 151 David 32,151,169 Larry 84 Leroy 32,168 Linda 32,108,151,166,167 Marianne 84 Mary 84 Phyllis 84,161,165 Jacobs, Allan 32,161,170,173 Jacobs, Margaret 32 Jackson, Robert 32,176 M Jacobs, Jakust, John 84 James, Patricia 138 James, Teddy 32 Jaworski, Allen 138,149 Jefferson, Arthur 32 Jefferson, Henry 138 Jefferson, Joseph 84 Jenkie, Lauralee 32,177 Jenkins, Anna 32 Jenkins, Thomas 32,166,168,169,60 Jenkinson, Mauree 32,177 Jenks, Fred 32 Jennings, Dayna 138 Jerome, Tim 162,169 ichael 138,172 Jimenez, Johnson, Johnson, Fidel 138 Andrew 84 Annette 138,154,159,171 ,, ,. , . wi- .fn .Mya-wr .Q-+4-1-,v.1w'f1ww-1v""6f-'U-'UP ' r :'F"W'W -' 1 Index Kendrick, Mary 33,109,173 Kennedy, John 33 Kennedy, Timothy 33 Kent, Bob 139 Kerr, Henry 139 Ketchum, Lawrence 139 Khan, Elizabeth 84 Kherkher, Larry 84 Kilby, Samuel 139 Kimmerly, Mark 139,169 Klmmins, William 56,85 Kincaid, Greg 85 Kincaid, Sharon 33 King, Lorraine 33,109,160,16l,165,172,173 King, Mark 85 Kinney, Ronald 33,149,162,167 Kirby, Dick 33,61 Kirchmeyer, Bruce 139 Klrchmeyer, Karen 33,149,162 Kiss Me Kate 110-113 Kitchen, Glenn 85,167,106 Kiyak, Ahmet 128 Klock, Evelyn l39,l54,155,159,166,l72,174 Koper, Lisa 33,161,173 Krantz, Cindi 139,153 Kremer, William 33 Kreps, Linda 85,170,173 Kryston, Randy 85 Lab Assistants 173 Lafountain, Anne 85 Lafountain, Karen 177 Lake, Warren 33 Lamb, Michael 85 LaMotte, Norman 56,B5,149,162 Lampman, James 33 Lampman, William 139 Lance, Leroy 85 Lancie, Watesa 139 Landry, Frank 85 Landry, Margaret 139,174 Lane, Elsie 85 Lane, Nathan 34 Lanham, Linda 139 Lassen, Daniel 85 Lathen, Peggy 85 Lauckner, Ed 139 Lavalais, Don 59 Lawrence, Alice 85,167 Lindgred, Ed 139 Lindquist, Kirk 111,113 Linton, Jerry 85 Lippard, Linda 139,186,167,172 Little, Janice 139 Lolton, JoAnn 85 Logan, Gail 139 Lang, Cheryl 34 Long, Gaye 34,177 Long, Michael 139,176 Long, Terry 175 long, Walter 85,173 Looney, Lee 34 Looney, Leon 139,167 Lopez, Joe 85 Lopez, Raymond 139 Lorenz, Carol 85 Louckes, 34 Love, Betty 139 Love, Bobby 85 Lovett, Chyrl 85,150,153 Lovse, Dan 34,173 Lowe, Sue 139,155,158 Lowes, Pat 85,175 Luckadoo, Virgil 85 Ludwick, Ross 34 Luenberger, Terry 35 Luther, Marcia 109,166,167 Lyons, David 35,176 Lyons, Jan 35 Mabin, Robert 86 MacFadyen, Mark 36,56 Machiela, Patricia 86,109,150,173 Mack, Velma 139,155 Mackenzie, Marsha 86 Mackley, Carole 139 Madden, Jesse 86 Madrigals 155 Madsen, Kay 3,36,97,166,170 Maidonade, Stella 86 Main Office Assistants 174 Maldonado, Stella 175 Mallory, Carol 139 Mallory, Pat 36,154 Malnory, Janice 86 Maney, Arthur 86 Mapley, Gordon 86 Marching Band 148-49 Johnson, Arlester 84,167,58 Lawrence, Antionette 139,155,167 Mai-ings, Chris 36,173,61 Johnson, Barbara 154,155,171 Lawrence, Dolores 154,171 Marker, Richard 86,161 Johnson, Bill 56,84,152 Lawrence, Harold 139 Markwgod, Kathy B6 Johnson, Bruce 84,167 Lawrence, Phillip 34,175 Marquez, Martin 86 Johnson, Christine B4 Lawrence, Warren 139 Marsh, John 36 Johnson, Dianne 84 Leacher, Michael 63,139,164,l11 Marshall, Elbertz, as Johnson, Frank 84 Lecornu, Dale 34 Mai-teney, Charles 86 Johnson, Jo 32,64,108,151,152,160,161,170,111 Lecornu, Donald 34,164 Martin, Clifton 176 Johnson, Kay 84 Leczel, Victoria 85,108,150,153 Martin, Don 139 Johnson, Margaret 155 Ledslnger, Janice 139,153 Martin, Earnest 140 Johnson, Marie 155 LeDuff, Willie Ann 34,177 Martin, Lynn B6 Johnson, Maurice 84,58 Lee, Ed 57 Martindale, Donald 140,153,167 Johnson, Ronald 84 Lee, Floyd 139 Martinez, Gilbert 140,148 Johnson, Salena 84 Lee, Reggy 34 Martinez, JoAnn 86,176 Johnson, Sherry 32 Leidy, Sheila 139,149 Martinez, Robert 86 Johnson, William 32 Leinenger, Davie 139 Mason, Archie 140 Johnston, Carol 33,160,161,165 Leinenger, Valerie 34 Mason, Betty 140,155 Jones, Cynthia 138,164 Leland, Claudia 85 Mason, Charles 140 Jones, David 33,177 Leland, Mike 155 Mason, Clu-istine 86,109,169 Jones, John 149 Leland, Nick 139,153,169 Mason, John 56,140 Jones, Larry 138 Lemarbe, Jim 85 Mass, Charles 86 Jones, Mark 138,149,162 Lemarbe, Ronald 34,177 Massey, Larry 36 Jones, Patricia 138,159 Leonard, Deborah 139,149,155 Matlggk, Pamela 86 Jones, Roger 84,171,173 Leonard, John 139 Matlock, Patsy 36,173,175 Jones, Terry 33 Lewis, Barbara 34 Mattingly, Pat 140 Jones, Warre 138 Lewis, Carol 139 May, Dorothy 36,176 Joos, Peggy 33,170,172 Lewis, Chris 139,165,167 May, Theodore 140 Joseph, Janice 33,154,177 Lewis, Ernie 139,149,106 Mazur, Cary 140,149,169 Junior Girls 153 Lewis, J.C. 139 Mazur, Diana 86,170 Lewis, Ron 34,95,96,97,166,167,168,169,172,173 Mazza, Debbie 140 Katip, Joseph 84 Lewis, Sandra 85 McAllister, Belinda 86,173 Keefer, Belinda 155,166 Lewis, Sue 34 McAllister, Benjamin 140 Keehn, Larry 84 Library Assistants 172 MgC311, Deng,-an 140 Keis, Despina 159 Lldster, Terry 34 McCall, Diane 35,515,108 Kellar, Phillip 33 Lightfoot, Carl 57,139,153 Mccalley, Sliarnn 140 Kellez, Mike 84,149 Lightwer, Charles 139 McCallister, Constance 35,176 1 'f:' Xuliiifi Pig -' , ., est 'TlXF5W17L "'W'f.l"""i""lT.. 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L ' Ye V "l A 1 f . , ut tF5,gf8,446r' ' E A ixti V , 6 ff, McCallister, Cynthia 35 McClain, Ray 140 McClain, Sue 140 McClendon, James 35 McClure, Kathleen 140 McClusky, Shari 86 McCormick, Ronnie 86 McCowa.n, Jim 140 McCowa.n, Wilma 155 McCraw, Charles 140 McCu1lster, Fredrich 86 McCullum, Paulette 86 McCurry, Geraldine 86,149,162,170 McDermott, Deborah 35,150,164 McDonald, Karen 35 McDonald, Susanne 86 McDougal, Gerald 86 McElwee, McKeever 86 McFarland, Bill 86 McFarland, Paul 35 McGinnis, Athie 140,59 McGee, James 35 McGee, Robert 86 McGhee, Ruby 86 McGhee, Selwyn 86 McGraw, Mike 86 Mcllguham, Diane 35,177 Mclnally, John 36 McKe1u,gh, Steven 140 McKinney, LeRoy 86,149,162 McKnight, Charles 140 McLain, Fay a6,159,1s6,16a McLaughlin, Ronald 140 McLean, All 109,140,172 McNeary, Lyndia 36 McNeary, Marilyn 140 McNeely, David 87,165,l67,168,61 McNeir, Lewis 140 McVicar, JoAnn 140 Menzel, Michael 36 Meredith, Nancy 140 Meredith, Paulette 36,150,173 Merkouitz, Karen 140 Merriman, Joan 87,150,152,169,170 Merriman, William 140 Mickens, Robert 87,59 Midgett, Melvin 87 Mihay, Marilyn 36,161 Miilu, William 36,169 Miller, Carolyn 87 Miller, Charlotte 140,158 Miller, Donald 36 Miller, Jody 140 Miller, Michael 140,153 Miller, Timothy 140,58 Milligim, Josephine 87 Mille, LeRoy 140 Milton, Barbara 140 Milton, Bernard 140 Milton, Frances 36 Milton, Larry 87 Milton, Mae 36,158,175 Miner, Major 140,149,162 Miner, Wilford 87,149,162 Minnich, Michael 87 Minor, Elsi 87,151,153 Minor, Gary 36 Miracle, Jerry 140 Mitchell, Darryl 36,59 Mitchell, Jacquelyn 87, 149, 162, 171,173 Mitchell, .nm 140,149,162 Mitchell, Linda 36,174 Mitchell, Renee 140 Mitchell, Sandra 87 Mobley, Athalean 37 Mobley, Kathaleen 87 Modern Dance 171 Mole, Leonard 140,153,155 Molina, Frank 37 Mauna, Johnny 140 Molina, Marina 87 Moncrief, Edde 140 Moncrlef, Shelly 37,106 Mongovan, Rosemary 87,155 Money, Andy 37,177 192 Index Monroe, Gloria 37,159,175 Montgomery, Joyce 87,166 Moon, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Terry 37 Caster 37,175 David 87,162 Donald 87 Edward 140 Elsie 175 Freddie 87 Marilyn 87 Nelma 87 Moorehead, Leon 140 Moors, Moran, David 149 Anita 140 Morgan, Bythelia 37 Morgan, Rita 87,154 Ople, Charles 38 Orchestra 156,157 Origins 160 Oshust, Sandy 38 Osler, Kenneth 56,88 Osley, Betty 38,177 Osley, Charles 141 Ouerbaugh, Ken l41,149,153, 155,162 ouuahd, Hugh 141,58 Owen, James 38,168 Owen, Mike 88 Owens, Barbara 141 Owens, Brenda 141 Owens, Opal 141 Pace Susan 141 Moriarity, Marlene 141,149,162 Morrell, Cynthia 37 Morrill, Janice 87 Morris, Charles 141,166 Morrison, Sue 158 Morrissey, Darlene 109,141 Morrissey, Mike 37 Moses, Vera 87 Mosley, Robert 37 Moss, Alma 87 Moss, Charles 140,162 Moss, John 87 Muade, Francis 141 Muehl, Janice 141,153 Mulinix, Jill 37,176 Mullen, David 141,58 Pack, Sandra 141 Page, B everly 38,172 Page, Jackl 88,149,162 Paida, Tania 38,175 Paida, Teresa 141 Palacios, Norma 141 Palmateer, Diana 141 Palmer, Palmer, Palmer, Pankey, Parker, Parke r, Parker, Parlove, Dorothy 141 Gertrude 175 Jerry 88 Clarence 141 Betty 141 Harold 38,177 Susan 141 Lora 88 Parry, James 141 Mullen, Mullen, Elaine 141 Herbert 37,151,152 Mullinix, Carolyn 141 Murphy, Carol 37,159,172 Murphy, James 87 Murphy, Murray, Saundra 37,154 Musgrave, Larry 141,153 Myers, Myers, Natali, Mary 37,l09,150,l52, 164,112 Robert 56,137,151 Joao 128 Navarro, Rose 141,149 Navarro, Victor 141 Navarro, Virginia 141 Naylor , Naylor , Neal, B Neddo, Neeley, Charles 87 Larry 141 everly141,153,155,166 Sidney 37 Charles 141 Negoshian, George 141 Jerry 37,151,152,165,168,106,112 Paterson, Alan 141,153 Patterson, Schuyler 38,169,60 Patron, Beverly l41,153,155,170 Paulson, Bill 38 Pawell, Judy 141 Payne, Cheryl 38,177 Payne, Donald 88 Payne, Mack 141 Peacock, Roger 39 Peaks, Darlene 38 Pearson, Mary 38 Peak, Sam 38 Peeples, Michael 141 Penny, Wanda 141,175 Penny, Elnora 88 Penson, Janice 39 Pep Band 163 Pepper, Joy 109,141 Pepper, Thomas 56,138,151 Peterson, Greg 88 Peterson, Rosemary 88 Nelson, Gloria 87,154 Newmanm Cheryl 37,161 Newman, Lisdsay 87,154,171 Newman, Michael 87,151,152,61 Nuybeck, Geri 141 Nicholl, Diane 109,l4l,153,155 Nichols, Lenora 37,171 Nichols, Lorenzo 38 Nickerson, Adrian 141 Nickerson, Albert 87 Nickerson, Patricia 87 Niehaus, Sandra 141 Ninotti, Michael 141,149,153 Ninotti, Sue 38,109,151,170 Nodge, Ron 87 Noel, Ruby 38 Noel, Walter 141,58 Nordlund, Virgil 141 Norris, Oliver 141 Northcross, Christopher 141 Norton, Dandra 87 Nosanchuk, Judy 88,150 Nutter, Sandra 141,154,171 O'Berry, Carol 38,63 OBomeaw1n, Diane 154 O'Connor, Tom 88 Odell, John 38,151 Office Co-op 177 Olds, Marcia 16,88,166,167 O'Nelll, Dennis 38,170 0'Nei.ll, Peggy 88,109,151 Petiprin, Phillips, Phillips, Warren 39,151,l52,113,ll1 Ann 158 Tom 56,88 Pickett, Beryl 141 Phillips, Patricia 88 Ge Pickett, ral 39,175 Pickett, Timmie 88 Pierce, Pam 141 Pietce, Robert 39 Pilgrim, Anthony 88 Pillow, Pamela 141,154 Pimlott, James 141 Pinho, Thomas 88,61 Pinkham, Plppen, C Richard 88,149,162 yntma 39,175 Plppen, James 141 P1.xon, James 141 Plants, Mary 39 Platt, Larry 39,148 Pleasant, Percy 39 Ploulfe, Pat 141 Poady, Jeannie 142 Poarte, Tom 142 Pohl, William 39 Polk, Earl 59 Pope, Adrian 142 Pope, Linda 88 Porritt, Chuck 57,142,153 Porrltt, Linda 39,170,173 Post, Mack 39 Pote, Vicki 39,151,153 Powell, Barbara 142 fl 11 '51 " 5??E?555E555E55i555rrrseraseerarrearsaswattsasthma , HUP, A V '-"ra ' 1 " 135' 1 ' ' . :WWW ' 2,12-wfff Q .V t V h 1 Powell, Cecil 39 Powers, Pam 39,159 Powers, Tom 88 Preston, Joseph 88,148 Preston, Penny 39,175,177 Prevette, Robert 88,149,152,110,113 Price, Carolyn 88 Price, 1-le len 142 Price, Robert 88 Prince, Helen 153 Prince, Michael 142 Pritchett, Charlotte 39,40,177 Pruitt, Edward 40 Pryor, Brenda 174,175 Pryor, iiarlie 40 Pryor, rlather 88 Pryor, Robert 88 Puckett, Barbara 142,153 Pugh, Debonna 158 Purcer, Linda 40,177 Purklss, John 88 Putwam, Brooks 142 Quill 8: Scroll 160 Quince, Marvin 40,149,165 Quinn, Douglas 40,177 Quiver, 161 Radio Club 168 Rager, Karen 88,150,153 Rains, Judith 88 Ramirez, Ramirez, Ramirez, Celestino 40 Rebecca 88 Sue 177 Randolph, Azzie 88 Randolph, Robert 88,162 Ratliff, Glenda 40 Ratliff, Sheila 172,174 Raynard, Roger 142 Reed, Betty 142,155 Reed, Kristian 174 Reed, Sam 88,176 Reich, Dan 142 Reid, Aleda 88,109,150,159,169,170, Reid, Barbara 142 Reid, Juanite 40 Reiter, Bob 40 Ressler, Patricia 40,150,164,113 Reuter, Carolyn 40,l59,170,172 Reyes, Lee 88,148,162 Reynolds, Carole 142 Reynolds, Steve 88,149 Rhodes, Steve 142 Rice, Gaynell 88 Rice, Michael 40 Rice, Sheila 142 Richards, Andy 142 Richardson, Gary 88,106 Richardson, Rommie 89 Richert, Peggy 142 Ringstaff, Willie 40 Rivera, A lta 142,171 Rivera, Joseph 142 Rivera, Maria 89 Rivera, Rafael 40,57 Rizzuto, Barbara 89 Roach, an 89 Jo Roach, Richard 40,177 Roach, Sandra 142 Roberts, John 142 Roberts, Paul 40,168,106 Robertson, Janet 89 Robertson, John 89 Robinett, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson, Rocha, R Donald 89,60 Barbara 142 Cator 89 Larry 89 Sylvester 40,151,168 ert 142 ob Rochon, Sacqueline 41,175 Rodgers, Larry 41 Rodriguez, Benny 89 Rodriguez, Edward 41 Rodriguez, Esther 142 Rodriguez, Gloria 142 6' I NQQ 1 ,-sf:-gwg ,M gwmg-fmQ.- , A if-' , VVVLS ' . Y, ,we 5 .rn ' 215.1 fa . , N , -" "Mgr-Q-5, ,ft -w " -1 , , Index Rodriguez, Harold 142 Rodriguez, Leslie 142 Rodriguez, Marion 89 Roeues, Carolyn 155 Rofe, Jim 142,149,162,169 Rofe, Michael 41,169 Rogers, Larry 60 Rogers, Richard 142,172 Rogers, Thomas 89,169 Roguske, Charles 89 Roguske, Forrest 151,152 Rojas, Lupe 41,109,173,174 Rollo, Bill 142,149,162,106 Rollo, Marianne 41,165,173 Rosario, Carmello 41 Rosario, Milo 89 Rose, William 41 Rosengren, Susan 41,154 Rosenthal, Brian 89,166,168,l69,113 Rosner, Marjy 41,94,151,160,165,170 Ross, Gloria 89 Ross, Jeffrey 142,172 Rothe, Jim 89 Rouser, Keith 142 Roush, Mike 142,148,162 Rowan, Linda 89,149,162 Rowe, Tim 89 Rowis, Carolyn 142 Ruff, Laurie Runyon, Doug 41,61 Ruple, Herman 41 Rush, Terry 89 Russell, Martha 142 Russell, Sue 89 Ryan, Marlene 41,175 Ryden, Greg 142 Sachs, Marianne 89,170 Sage, David 41 Sain, Mattie 89 Samples, Datonya 142 Sanders, Barbara 89 Sanders, Cynthia 142,153 Sanders, David 89 Scarbrough, Linda 142 Scheid, Richard 89 Schiller, Richard 142,153 Schmitz, Tyler 90,149 Schmude, John 56,90 Schmude, Linda 142,153 Schoneman, Maryanne 142,153,154 Schroeder, Catherine 41,151,173 Schultz, Phyllis 90 Schwartz, Lynn 142 Scott, Mary Jo 41 Scott, Willie 90,142 Scribner, Fred 90 Scribner, Mike 41 Seegraves, Linda 42,177 Seay, Delores 142 Seay, Hugh 42 Seay, Kenneth 42,50,162 Seay, Linda 42,177 Seay, Raymond 42 Seay, Ronald 90,149 Seelye, Isabel 42,159,172 Seibert, Mike 142 Seibert, Sue 42,177 Seiser, Lynn 90,142 Seiss, Laura 142,153 Seitz, Edward 90 Sella, Roxanne 128 Sellers, Willie 42 Sellmar, Molly 90,109 Seney, Gayle 142 Seney, Sharon 90 Senior Girls 152 Senior Boys 152 Senter, Elmer 142 Senter, Mary 90 Sessions, James 142 Seyers, Larry 142 Shafer, Cynthia 42 Shafer, Roger 42,106 Shane, Diane 109,142,153 , '- yr-" -""1""-f LRE- , 'g3., ,,,fifi"y4,' " Shanholtz, Mike 143,153 Sharaka, Constance 42 Shaw, Ava 42,172 Shaw, Evelyn 43 Shaw, Janet 143,149,162,170 Shea, Sandra 43,177 Sheffield, Brenda 90,154 Sheffield, Theodore 43 Shell, Michael 143 Shelton, Augustine 90 Shelton, Douglas 43,159,172,173 Shelton, James 143 Shepherd, Walter 90,61 Sherrell, Carolyn 43 Sherrell, Rick 143,58 Sherrod, Paul 90 Shields, Betty 43,175 Shields, James 143 Shields, Magdalene 90,175 Shireman, Tim 90,167,60 Shoemaker, Henry 43 Shoemaker, Bill 143 Shorter, Sandra 90,156 Shorter, Tyrone 90 Shorter, Vernita 143 Shorters, James 43 Shorters, Michael 143 Shorters, Rosalind 143 Shuart, Thomas 43 Sibley, Deborah 143,172 Sickler, Lewis 90 Siggins, Douglas 143 Silva, 1-Iortencia 143 Silverthorn, Alice 90,173 Simeneta, John 90 Simmons, Leroy 90 Simmons, Roosevelt 143 Simpson, Estelle 43,177 Simpson, Linda 143 Simpson, Maxine 90 Ski Club 169 Ski Team 169 Slade, Judy 90,151,152 Slocum, Gayle 43,175 Slocum, Perry 143 ' -1-H Slone, Sluka, Sulka, Sluka, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Don 143 Carol 90 John 43 Robert 43 Barbara 91 Bethalee 143,171 Betty 91 Betty 143,175 Charles 43,165,167,170,173,60 Clarence 143 Craig 143 Dave 143 Deborah 43,149,162,177 Deborah Y. 143 Delois 43 Diane 91,149,153,l54 Elaine 142,153 Ellen 143,153 Forrest 91 Gerald 44 Gettie 91 Harold 44 Jacque 143 Janie 44 Joe 91,59 Kenneth 91,143 Larry 44 Lynnett 143 Marilyn 63, 91,164 Michael 44 Pauline 143,159,171 Robert D. 56,151 Robert J. 44,177 Robert 143 Smith, Roger 91 Smith, Sandra 44,154 Smith, Veta 91,151,165 Snoddy, Anthony 143 Sophmore Choir 153 Sornson, Mitch 143 5' Lf A v M. 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Y,., -Wy, e n J Spain, Eve 91 Spanburg, John 143 Sparkman, Wayne 143 stage band 163 Stafne, Janet 44 Stagg, Cheryl 91 Stahl, Roymond 91,149 Stamey, Carolyn 143 Stamman, Diane 91,172 Stanke, Kathleen 44 Stanley, Veola 143 Stark, Sally 44,161,172 Stead, Chris 143 Sterns, Charles 143,166 Steele, Dayne 91 Steen, Linda 44 Stephens, Glenda 143,154,155 Stephens, Irving 149 Stephens, Jewel 91 Stephison, Gilbert 44,177 Sterling, Debbie 143,155,166 Stevens, Donna 91 Stewart, Gary 91 Stewart, Lillie 91,158 Stickney, Jeffrey 44,97,148,l64,l77 Stidham, Marion 44 Stidham, Michael 91 Stier, Michael 91 Stimage, Shirley 91 Stockwell, Jim 44,164,174 Stockwell, Ronald 143 Stone, Nancy 143 Storey, Dave 91 Stowe, Andy 44,166 Stowe, Mike 143,149,153 Strait, Sue 103,143 Stratton, Sallie 44,158,172,l73 Stratton, Theresa 44 Straugh, Laura 143,155,159 Strine Cindy 143 Stringer, Karen 143,155,171 Strohm, Brian 91 Strohm, Bruce 144 Struckman, Tom 144 Strutz, Ernest 144 Student Council Officers 166 Student Union 166 Sullivan, Madaliene 91 Sulliva.n, Michael 91 Sullivan, Percie 91 Sullivan, Sheila 44 Suma, Brian 91 Summers, Larry 144 Sutherland, Jim 144,148 Sutherland, Ray 144 Sutt, Randy 144,153,155 Sutton, John 45 Swan, Charles 144 Swan, Joyce 91 Swank, William 45 Swansey, Lucinda 45,172 Swimming 56,57 Swindells, Toby 45,177 Swindlehurst, Gary 144 Symphonic Band 162 Tademy, Cleveland 144 Tademy, Cynthia 144 Tannchill, Robert 91 Tasca, Alex 177 Tate, Brenda 45 Tate, Carol 144 Tate, Ron 45 Tatum, Gail 144 Taylor, Jim 144 Taylor, Larry 91 Taylor, Lena 91 Taylor, Lesia 144,167 Taylor, Morella 144 Taylor, Noreen 45,151,152 Taylor, Pat 144,170 Taylor, Reta 91,154 Taylor, Susan 91 Teacher's Workroom Assistant 124 Teasley, Bonner 45 Index Teasley, Sheldia 45,158,173 Teasley, Terry 144 Tennis 60 Terry, Be rtha 144,153 Terry, Ethel 144,153 Terry, Jim 45,149,162,177 Terry, Phyllis 91,150 Terry, Stanley 91 Terry, Walter, 144,59 Thespians 164 Thomas, Georgie 175 Thomas, Ida 91 Thomas, J.C. 144 Thomas, Leroy 91 Thomas, Ron 144 Thome, Maxine 144,167,172 Thompson, Brenda 144 Thompson, Dannie 91 Thompson, Dell 144,153 Thompson, John 144 Thompson, Ruth 45,174 Thompson, Sue Ann 45,159,171 Thorne, Glenda 144 Throne, Larry 45 Thrope, Margaret 144,155 Tiernan, Carole 144,149,171 Tlge, Willie 45 Tims, Alice 144 Tipton, Bill 58 Tison, April 45,175 Todd, Susan 91,151,153 Tomahawk Torres, Ly 161 nda 144 Torres, Olivia 45,175 Torres, Sylvia 144 Townsend, Linda 45,174 Villa, Albert 92 Villarreal, Tomas 145 Villereal, Gary 92,106 Villereal, Michael 46 Vine, Richard 145 Vinegar, Phyllis 159,167 Vought, Carrie 46,154,175 Waara, Bill 145 Waffle, David 145,153,172 Wagg, Steven 56,92 Wagg, Theodore 145 Waider, Deborah 92 Walden, Harry 92 Walden, Larry 92 Walker, Alfred 145 Walker, Bruce 92,148 Walker, Emma 46,158,159,172,176 Walker, Helen 46 Walker, Larry 92 Walker, Larry 145 Walker, Lorine 46,175 Walker, Patricia 92,154,159,175 Walker, Ruthie 92 Walker, William 148 Wall, Danny 92 Wall, Linda 92,173 Wallace, Celestine 145 Wallace, Cynthia 145 Walsh, Glo-Ann 145 Walsh, James 46,151 Walter, Robert 46 Walters, Dan 145 Ward, Rachael 92,149,162 Ward, Rita 47,177 Wardlaw, Carol 92,154,174 Track and Field 58,59 Traut, Brenda 144 Travis, Fred 91,113 Tremper, Larry 144 Tressel, Elsie 45 Trevino, Carlos 92 Trevino, Mary 92 Trinidad, Patrick 92 Tripp, Nancy 45,177 Troutt, William 92 Troxell, Phyllis 92 Troy, Margaret 144 Tucker, Eleanor 92 Turnbull, Cynthia 144 Turner, Constance 46 Turner, Money 4 Turner, Sandra 46,158 Turpin, Bruce 92,149,162,59 Turpentine, Paul 46,56,l65 Turton, John 46 Twilley, Christine 92,158 Tyler, Linda 144 Ulrich, Kathy 155 Underwood, Sue 145 Ushers Club 159 Valenti, Rose 92 Valentine, Sherry 145 Valenzuela, Joyce 145 Vallier, MaryFran 46,173 Valmeter, Jim 145 Valuet, Michael 46,166,169 Vanderbullt, Kathy 164 Vanderlind, Constance 46,109, 151,152, 161,164,166, 110 VanDyke, Dorothea 46,159 VanGuilder, Michael 92,167,168,170,60 Van Hook, Linda 92 Van Linden, William 92 Vanluvan, Pam 145 Varsity Club 168 Vasguez, Jesus 46 Vasquez, Mario 92 Veatch, Mark 145 Vela, Delia 92 Vershure, Beth 109,145,153,169 Vessells, Sharman 92 Viau, Marsha 46 Wardlaw, Diane 92 Waring, Laura 92 Warner, Carol 47 Warnock, Nancy 47,177 Warren, Barbara 47,160,170,172 Warren, Jack 145 Warren, Katherine 47,150,177 Waters, Linda 47,175 Waters, Margaret 47 Watkins, Anna 145,153 Watkins, Janis 47,158,164 Watkins, Mildred 145,155 Watson, Bonnie 47,177 Watson, Roger 92 Watson, Ronald 92 Watters, Charles 145 Wavairs, Virginia 155 Wayne, Carolyn 92,175 Webb, Jack 56,92,151 Webb, John 151 Webb, Pearlie 47 Weber, Constance 47,150,160, 161,11 Webster, David 145 Weeks, James 47 Weir, Diana 175 Welch, Douglas 92 Wesley, Alan 48,51,148,162 West, Vicki 145,154,155,174 Westbrook, Linda 92 Wetterhahn, Kris 92,170 Weyant, Barbara 145 Wheat, Martha 92 Wheeler, Cynthia 92 Wheeler, Nancy 92,151,152 White, Arbella 93 White, Geraldine 145 White, James 145 White, James 145,160 White, Lee 93 White, William 48,165 White, William 168,177 Whiteman, Carol 145,158,165,172 Whiteman, Donna 48,165,172 Whiters, Dorethea 93 Whlters, Randolph 145 Whiting, Noreen 145 Whlttakee, Connie 92 Widdifleld, Anne 145,154,155 Wigent, Andrew 145 'fi 4.4444 196 4 , 1 Legg ' 1 , ffsfgi s , . A t I pg K 1 'P fl ,' on." - ..o.Mu Wigent, Becky 93,149,162 Wiggins, Arthur 48,59 Wiggins, Ronnie 145 Wigwam Workers 176 Wilcox, Darlene 48 Wiley, Umicca 48,159,172 Wilhelm, Beth 145 Wilkoson, Charles 48,164,170,172 Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Index Lee 93 Mack 93 Patricia 93 Patricia 145,153 Ricky 48 Robert 145 Sandra 93,159 Yvonne 145 Willett, Phyllis 48 Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, wulimk, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Andrew 93,167 Angela 145 Asline 48 Barbara 48,177 Bennie 93,59 Bonitta 93,1-19,153,162 Clarence 93 Connie 93 David 93 Dean 145,153,155 Deane 145 Donna 93,151,164 Dwight 93 Felmon 48 Henry 145 Judy 48,171 Karl 58 Larry 48 Adams, Vera 10 Administration 66 Allshouse, John 122 Anderson, Kathleen 73,126 Anderson, Helen 73 Art 122 Atwell, Joseph 70 Audio-Visual 13 Ayling, Richard 10 Barr, Ida 124 Beckner, Jerry 56,57,118 Bell, Michael 126 Best, Elise 124 Blank, Joseph 120 Bowie, James 118 Brown, Kenneth 124 Business 68 Byers, Pat 66 Cannon, Albert 119 Carlson, Ted 70 Carte, Eleanor 120 Casey, Frances 75 Chantle r, Dorothy 75,109 Choate, Stuart 121 Cogburn, Emma 10 Counseling 10-11 Craig, Catherine 75 Delle rba, Paul 75 Dempsey, Michael 123 Distad, Olga 68 Dramatics 15 Drivers' Education 17 Earhart, Gordon 11 Eis, Esther 124,126 English 124-125 Gallipo, Ray 121 Gardner, Ralph 70 Gerard, Gene 68 Gibbs, Mary 121 Gillow, Betty 68,121 Graham, William 11 Graybiel, James 17 ji 5,13- Williamson, Diane 93 Willis, Joyce 48,154,158,173 Willson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Diana 145 Alton 59,145 Cecilia 145 Judy 48,177 Keith 93 Roger 145 Vicki 48,177 Wine, Roberta 48,160,l65,170 Wirth, Nancy 93,149,162,170 Wisniewski, Donna 93 Witherspoon, Deborah 93,158,173 Wold, Wendy 93,170,173 Wood, Jim 48,164 Wood, Ronald 145,149 Woods, Charlene 145 Woods, Gregory 145 Faculty Grubb, Ralph 17 Guthrie, William 70 Hallquist, Roland 126 1-layner, Lewis 124 Haynes, Francis 12,124 Hedge, Brenda 124 Henry, Gordon 126 Home Economics 16 Hudson, James 124 Huffman, Kennety 71 Hunt, Gerald 10 lndustry 70-71 Irish, Carol 16 Jensen, Wilfred 126 Jackson, Marla 125 Jackson, Maxine 125 Johnson, Blair 125 Kaiser, Donald 71 Kenney, Michael 125,127 Korzon, Fred 127 Lafner, James 10 Language 72-73 Leino, Jo 16 Lehner, Marion 119 Levine, Maurice 119 Library 12 Lingl, Anton 73,127 Lowry, Margaret 66 Lowry, Ray 71 Mass, Wesly 66 Mack, Lester 119 Mathematics 120-121 Martz, Frances 73 McDonald, Rose 10 McManus, Ella 68 McMillen, Donald 66 McShan, Henry 11 Metsdorf, Thomas 12 Misner, Judy 125 Morse, Dolores 121 Music, 123 Muter, Orra 68 Woods, Mary 145,154 Woods, Waylon 145,176 Woody, Charlene 48 Worthy, John 93 Wrestling 54,55 Wrich, Janie 145 Wright, Beatrice 145,149,171 Wright, Dianna 145 Wright, Ezekiel 145 Wright, Jill 49 Wright, Richard 93,176 Wurst, Heidi 93,170,172 Wyzgoski, Arlene 49,176 Yansen, Johanna 93,108,150,152 164 111 Yee, Albert 145,172 Young, Clndi 145 Young, Gail 93 Young, Knox 145 Young, Mike 145,148 Young, Ron 145,153 Zamora, Brigida 145,155 Zull, Ed 145 Zusko, Elaine 145 Muxworthy, David 125 Norton, Ralph 125 Nuss, Melvin 127 Nutter, Robert 71 Odell, Carmi 68 Osler, Thomas 69,61 Packard, Stuart 15 63 Parker, James 121 Peterson, Robert 123 Physical Education 74 Porter, Eddie 121 Reene, Jackie 66 Richardson, William 73 125 Rogers, William Rotsel, Ralph 11 Science 118-119 Shara, Joseph 71 Shepler, Roger 17 Siple, David 119 Smead, Harold 166 Smith, Jean 122 Smith, Walter 14 127 Social Sciences 126 127 Spalla, Gaynl 69 Speech 14 Staley, Francis 66 Stephens, Bertha 69 Szabo, Steve 75 Tedsen, Edgar 71,168 Tilwick, Richard 11 Todd, Margaret 66 Treais, Douglas 119 Ungvary, Judy 119 Va.nRyzin, Arthur 75 Wade, Judy 123 Wilson, Dean 59 Zimmerle, John 69 166 167,169 Zittle, Fred 127 ts- Jzsig-uve an-QI Come in Today and Drive a Cadillac Away JEROME MOTOR SALES WIDE TRACK DRIVE . . 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