Strafford High School - Torch Yearbook (Strafford, MO)
- Class of 1975
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Text from Pages 1 - 158 of the 1975 volume:
Volume - XXVIII
Strafford Public School
Table Of Contents
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New School Echoes The Old
On August 20, 1924 the old Strafford Public School was dedicated
at a cost of 51:10, 000. It served as a school for grades 1 through
12. ln 1956 the present elementary school was built. The buildings
served the community until 1971 when a fire destroyed the old
building. Our new school was dedicated on August 18, 1974 at a
cost of 3600, 000. Although a difference of 33590, 000 and almost
60 years separate the two buildings, both served the students and
citizens of Strafford well.
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As the dedication of the new school
building itself echoes the old, so do
the Voices, footsteps, and actions of
the resent students echo those of the
Strafford F aces Reflect The Past
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ABOVE LEFT: Peo-
ple who entered the
new school were
asked to sign a guest
stopped to watch the
the Drum Corp
fathers, and even
future students went
on a tour of the
LEFT: The new high
school as seen on
the day of
Script ight Provides Memories
On Script Night students gath-
ered to sign each other's
yearbooks, to admire and
criticize the yearbook, and to
generally just get together
over some memories.
DIRECTLY ABOVE: Darra Miller, Ross
Luna, and Kris McGee wait for auto-
graphs. ABOVE RIGHT: jeff Reed and
Cathy Can-as thumb through the Torch.
MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Kile was one of
the teachers who bought a yearbook.
DIRECTLY RIGHT: Terry Long browses
Students Entertained By Assemblies
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TOP: Day Wages entertained. ABOVE
LEFT: Dave Wilson sang at an assembly
along with ABOVE RIGHT: Pete Kelley.
LEFT: The Ir. High saw a demonstration
of liquid oxygen. ABOVE: Day Wages
plays guitar with his big toe.
SHS Begins Football Program
ABOVE: Strafford's first football team in school
history poses for pictures. RIGHT: The defensive
team watches the offense move the ball.
This year the football team won a total
of two games and lost five, not a bad
score considering that they beat schools
that have played the game for several
years. Probably the most dramatic loss
was that of the Iberia game. However
Strafford couldn't be expected to beat a
team with so many years of experience.
All team members had fun this year and
enjoyed being a part of Strafford's first
school football team, something that will
always be remembered. The team con-
sisted of thirty boys which were mostly
juniors and Seniors. Coaching staff
were Richard Moon, head Football
Coach, and jerry Shelenhamer and Sam
Fitzgerald as assistants. Casey Morton
was team manager this year.
PTA Sponsoris Carn
TOP: PTA President and husband. UPPER RIGHT: Mr.
Tipton, Mr. Evans, Mrs. Bayless, and Mr. Yarbrough
talk to parents. MIDDLE RIGHT: Lonnie Smith, Coach
Fitzgerald and Danny Reed take a break at open house.
BELOW: Cindy Rush, Karl Cates and Bobby Coble talk
at open house. BOTTOM RIGHT: Parents enjoy their
PTA President this year was Pat Scholbom.
She helped organize the carnival, open
house, and chili supper with the help of
other PTA members. The money they
made at the carnival helped support their
other activities throughout the year.
Spanish Club Es Mu Grande
This year's Spanish Aii p
Club participated in
many activities, such
as having a booth in ," , f QA
the PTA carnival, hav- j i
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and having the Spanish A
classes from Fair Grove
visit their classes.
Some members were in
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RIGHT: Dusty Cruise
and Erin Wagnon enjoy 'f"
themselves while deco- Q ' i
rating the Spanish Club
booth for the PTA car-
nival. FAR RIGHT: f
Santos Ramos appears
dressed for the Spanish
Chess Club Makes M1raeulous Moves
Strafford's Chess Club com-
peted in a tournament held
April 12 at Rogersville High
School. The A team placed
fourth in this tournament.
The A team members were
james Vaughn, Rick Kepley,
David Totten, and Stanley
FAR LEFT: Rick Kepley and
jim Vaughn, two of Straf-
ford's fantastic seniors, play
a stimulating game of Chess.
LEFT: Mike Plemmons studies
his game to decide just ex-
actly what strategy to use.
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Chess club members from LEFT TO RIGHT are David Patton Stan Eiskant Dusty Cruise, Mike Plemmons, Rick
Kepley, Sponsor 'vlr Mark Adams, james Rupe James Vaughn B1llPer1man and Rusty Lilly.
rum Corps Enjoyed ASA Class
During the 1974-75 school year Drum Corps was
available as a class for the first time in quite a few
years. The Drum Corps class was taught by Mr.
Ferguson. Although Drum Corps Was offered as a
class the girls did elect officers. The officers were
Bea Io Miller, Presidentg janet Wade, V. P. g Tina
Reed, Secretaryg and Debbie Ellis, Treasurer.
RIGHT: Mr. Ferguson smiles as
he watches the Drum Corps
practice. LEFT: The Drum Corps
performed at the dedication
ceremony. BELOW: The 1974-
75 twirlers were Kris McGee,
Tina Reed, Carol Graves as
assistant majorette, Debbie
Ellis, and Bea Io Miller.
LEFT: Majorette Marie Miner and Assistant
Majorette Carol Graves seem ready for a
performance. BELOW: The 1974-75 Drum
Corps stand at attention, patiently waiting
for Marie's command to march.
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Junior High Supports Basketball Teams
TOP Listed from LEFT TO RIGHT are the 7th grade cheerleaders:
.Xngie Taylor, Sue McDowell, Sandy jones, fvlarcia Finley, and
ABOVE LEFT: The 8th grade cheerleaders, listed clockwise, are
grass, julie Crane, Kathy Walker, Debbie Evans, Dena Shannon,
Smith. ABOVE RIC-HT: The lr. High Pep Club tal-ies a break.
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TOP LEFT: The junior High Pep Club for 1974-75. TOP RIGHT: The 9th
grade cheerleaders are listed from TOP TO BOTTOM: Doris Kutz, Melodi Os-
burn, Annette Carr, Valerie McKenzie, Brenda Lile, and Kipp Kelmer.
ABOVE: 7th grade cheerleaders Angie Taylor, Marcia Finley, and Sandy
jones "keep up the spirit" for their team.
pp Jr. High Basketball Succeeds
FIRST ROW: K. Radonski, P. Davis, J. Scott, R. Ramos, M. Smith, G. Rader, P. Carr, K. Scott, S. Hunter.
SECOND ROW: j. Crane, A. Taylor, M. Finley, S. jones, S. Trogdon, K. Warren, B. McIntosh, S. Brittain.
THIRD ROW: Coach Fitzgerald, T. Whipple, K. Shannon, D. Snodgrass.
ABOVE: jr. High girls basketball team strives to gain the ball after a mem-
ber of the opposing team makes a steel. RIGHT: Sandy Trogdon aims for
the basket while other team members guard.
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1st ROW: D. Cook, G. Eubanks, D. Tannehill, B. Beatty, I. Yaggy, L. Smith, T. Hall, K. Hardecke, K. Mor-
land. 2nd ROW: J. Bain, G. Thompson, K. Richardson, R. Lurvey, M. Phelps, R. Fisher, I. Brake. 3rd ROW:
Manager, C. Morton, R. Moon, R. Hanis, J. Maples, B. Burgress, I. Radonski, A. Ellis, R. Smith, G. Rost, T.
Cripp, D. Lindsey, B. Bumgarner, C. Nixon, R. Stewart. 4th ROW: Coach Fitzgerald, C. Earp, G. Viercant, M.
Goodin, J. Vaughn, S. Fisher, C. Lindsey, Coach Shillenhammer, K. Jennings, R.C. Lawler, R. Stone, M.
Thompson, G. Eubanks, M. Richardson, Coach jones.
TOP LEFT: Alan Ellis prepares to make a two pointer while also
trying to fight off his opponent. TOP RIGHT: Russell Fisher makes
a superstar shot after he escapes from the opposing team. LEFT:
The G. High coach, manager and players watch their team play
with skill and tremendous action.
irls Basketball ado Season Exciting
ABOVE: TOP TO BOTTOM, A. Carr, E. Collins, C. Rush, K. Dorman, I.
Cates, S. Beatty, K. Meuting, P. Shildknect, K. Griffin, M. Osburn, D.
Hardecke, P. Anderson, K. Walker, A. Craven, T. Smith, B. Yarbrough,
Coach jones, G. Cowan. TOP: Bench Warmers are an important part of
the team on away games. ABOVE RIGHT: jr. Varsity strives for another
win. RIGHT: Strafford girls play for victory.
EXTREME BOTTOM LEFT:
Debbie Waugh extends her-
self to the fullest to make a
basket. BOTTOM LEFT: With
a hard struggle Barbara Berry
gets her ball. MIDDLE LEFT:
In an effort to defeat another
team the Strafford girls play
for 2 points. ABOVE FAR
LEFT: Tammy Griffin, Kim
Griffin, and jean Ann Eubanks
banks were chosen for all
star players of the Greene
County League. DIRECTLY
LEFT: jean Ann Eubanks was
chosen state all star player
for 1975. BELOW: A team.
Members are, R. Peak, D.
Waugh, D. Reid, A. Carr,
T. Griffin, M. Ramos, K.
Griffin, B. Berry, T. Reed,
L. Edge, T. Mclntosh, I.
Eubanks, D. Kincaid, C.
Crane, G. Cowan, L. Jones,
B. Yarbrough, S. Beatty.
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Teamwork Improves Indian Season
RIGI-IT: jeff Reed attempts to steal the ball from his
opponent. BOTTOM: Del Thomas is eager to catch the
ball on the rebound. BELOW: Buck Keltner guards his
opponent from passing the ball to a team member.
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ABOVE LEFT: Danny Walker jumps high to make two
points for the Indians. ABOVE MIDDLE: Danny Walker
passes the ball to one of his team members. ABOVE
RIGHT: Scotty Boatvnight steals the ball from his oppo-
nent. LEFT: Bucl-4 Keltner aims to shoot for two points.
ABOVE: Vernon Robinson is ready to make two points to
Win another game.
SHS Cheerleaders And Pep Club
TOP LEFT: Carol Graves and julie Rodgers swing
their pony tails during the homecoming routine.
TOP RIGHT: "Cap'n Grisham sells to the highest
bidder in the slave auction for new Pep Club mem-
bers. BOTTOM RIGHT: The varsity cheerleaders
are Nicky Carras, Cathy Carras, janet Wade, Mel-
inda Nixon, Tina Reed, and Debbie Myers. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Pep Club members watch a junior
varsity game with interest.
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Rock Around The Clock . . Homecoming '75
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was the theme for Homecom- l
ing. The cheerleaders had a
'50's routine and Karla Lundh
was crowned queen. There
were victories in both games
and a dance was held to cel-
ebrate Homecoming '75.
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TOP LEFT: Queen Karla Lundh smiles
happily. TOP RIGHT: Student Body
President Del Thomas places the
crown on Karla's head. BOTTOM
RIGHT: PCD. Kincaid, Santos Ra-
mos, and Tony Rost sing to the queen
ABOVE: Sophomore Charmaine Crane
likes being first runner-up.
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ABOVE LEFT5 TOP TO BOTTOM: The elementary escorts are jill Crowder,
and Stanley Lasater with the yellow rosesg Mindy Love and Patrick Murphy
with the crowng and Brenda Bowen and Randy Snodgrass with the red roses.
TOP RIGHT: The homecoming royalty for 1975 pose for a picture. ABOVE:
"At the Hop" was the song for the cheerleaders homecoming routine.
LEFT: 1974 homecoming queen, Cheryl Davis congratulates the new queen.
Student Council Has Active Year
Of the many activities the Student Council
had this year the State Convention will be
RIGHT: A group of Student Council members relax
while Mr. Maltman tries to look sexy. LEFT: Wake
up, Susie! BELOW: The group poses happily.
Beta Club Enjoys Convention
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The highlight of the 1974-75 Beta Club was
definitely the State Convention.
TOP: The Beta Club members remember their child-
hood while posing on the kindergarten slide. RIGHT:
Mr. Moon seems to have grown more hair. LEFT: The
girls seem anxious to get to St. Louis.
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Band Performs At Many Functions
ABOVE: The High School band members. LOVVER
RIGHT: At dedication Mr. Nloffit, the 1973-74 band
instructor conducted the band. Mr. Speer, this year's
band teacher had not arrived yet.
This year the High School and jr. High
bands have been very busy. They have
participated in the Christmas program,
the Spring Concert, and helped provide
entertainment at the carnival. The High
School band also Went to the annual music
concert at SMSU.
ABOVE: The 1974-75 junior High Band. LEFT: The High
School band practices for an upcoming concert. BELOW
, LEFT: Mr. Speers and Mrs. Moore discuss plans for the
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Choir Has Many Activities
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TOP: The High School Choir. MIDDLE LEFT: The choir
practicing for the Christmas Cantata. MIDDLE RIGHT: The
choir sings at the Spring Concert. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs.
Moore plays the piano and directs at the same time.
This year the High School and jr. High choir
have been under a new instructor, Mrs. Vicki
Moore. Among some of the things that have
been accomplished this year are getting a Il
at the music contest at SMSU while three peo-
ple that sung solos, Becky Yarbrough, john
Williams, and Lisa Stewart got a I which made
them eligible to go to state. Becky Yarbrough
was the only one from Strafford's choir which
received a I rating at the State contest.
UPPER LEFT: Connie Vinton plays the piano for the
Spring Concert while UPPER RIGHT: Lisa Stewart
sings a solo while the choir looks on. BOTTOM LEFT:
Mrs. Moore conducts the choir in one of the songs that
was popular with their audience. The Spring Concert
was well attended and enjoyed by all who were there.
This was the third year the choir has featured a Spring
Concert that was free to those who wished to come.
The elementary bands played and the high school band
also performed for the special event.
Drama Club Has Busy Year
Drama Club has done many things this
year. They have helped with three plays:
"The Red Carnation, " "Impromptu, "
and "The American Dame. " This year
they were under the instruction of Mrs.
ABOVE: The Drama Club members. BOTTOM RIGHT:
In the first scene of "The American Dame" Doris
Kutz, Wa ne Lmdse Connie Vinton and im Burks
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are criticizing the women of the world.
UPPER LEFT: Jan Newberry discusses women's suf-
frage. UPPER RIGHT: Wayne Lindsey in a scene
from the Novel Hero. LOWER LEFT: jim Burks
plays a Sheik while Connie Vinton, Sandra Stark,
and Doris Kutz play the part of his wives.
Baseball Boys Develop Skills
The 1975 high school baseball team finished
their season after displaying great amounts of
effort, skill, enjoyment in competing, and
maybe with a little more knowledge of the
sport. The varsity team made their way to
the semifinals of the Class 1-A District
Tournament at Bolivar. Both teams did a fine
job, and did well in representing their school.
TOP RIGHT: First baseman Buck Kelt-
ner anxiously waits to catch a fly. QToo
bad it's only practice! Q ABOVE LEFT:
Vernon Robinson takes his aim. . . for
the batter! ? ABOVE RIGHT: Vemon
gives it his all for a picture. RIGHT:
jack Graves meditates a while before
delivering the pitch.
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Softball Girls Enjoy Competing
The girls softball team boasted a 7-2 season this year. Players were: TOP ROW-Missy Edel, Patty Anderson, Glenda
Cotter, Karen Mueting, julie Cates, and Coach jones. SECOND ROW-Joyce Corkren, Terri Mclntosh, Kathy Brake,
Terri Smith, Susie Allen, Rena Peak, Debbie Farrow, and Teresa Morland. THIRD ROW-Karen Thompson, Letha
Edge, Cathy Carras, Carol Graves, jean Ann Eubanks, Susie Beatty, Annette Carr, Karen Wall-cer, Judy Wolfe, and
Valerie McKenzie. BOTTOM ROW-Melodi Osborn, Donna Kincaid, Charmaine Crane, Nicki Carras, Debbie Waugh,
Tina Reed, and Gail Cowan.
ABOVE: Debbie Waugh attempts to catch a fly
ball hidden by the sun. RIGHT: Catcher Donna
Kincaid dons her catching gear and gets ready
for the pitcher to warm up.
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TOP LEFT: Lloyd Jones was the
softball coach for the 1974 sea-
son. MIDDLE LEFT: Carol Graves
gets in some crucial pitching
practice before a big game.
ABOVE LEFT: jean Ann Eubanl-is
laughs, but swings at the ridic-
ulous pitch she received. LEFT:
Debbie Waugh puts some tongue-
biting concentration into her bat-
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Boys Break School Relay Record
Some of the meets the track team at-
tended were at Lebanon, Willow
Springs, and SMSU. The two-mile
relay team composed of David Edel,
Bruce Love, Vernon Robinson, and
John Yaggy broke a school record.
ABOVE: jim Cook practices with the shot behind
the gym. TOP RIGHT: Eddie Farrow, R. D.
Kincaid, and David Edel practice starting for
their individual events. BOTTOM RIGHT: Alan
Dorman works on perfecting his hurdling form.
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TOP: The 1975 track team pause
from running, jumping, and throwing
for a picture. ABOVE: Stan Eiskant
tries for Z1 record throw with the
discus. LEFT: The junior high boys
track team plan Cl meet with Coach
Fitzgerald. MIDDLE: Eric Stanley
hurls his body over the high jump
bar in practice.
The 1975 girls track
team had a successful i
year with seven school
records being broken by i
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TOP LEFT: Coach Paula Nelson checks the 5
times of the last track meet. TOP RIGHT: ,
Debbie Waugh makes her try at the high
jump count. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cathy Car-
ras runs a little harder for a chance at 2nd
Girls Push Harder For The Finish
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LEFT: Nicki Carras pushes toward the finish
line in the 80 yard hurdles race at the district
meet. BOTTOM: The 1975 track team sit for
a picture before going to a track meet.
FHA Is Responsibleilior Functions
FHA was responsible for many services per-
formed at Strafford. The members gave
Easter parties, attended the banquet, and
many modeled for the Style Show.
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ABOVE: Debbie Myers narrates. TOP RIGHT: Lisa Stew-
art, Sherry Hill, Kathy Amold, and Carleen Coleman
sing. MIDDLE RIGHT: Kris McGee models along with
RIGHT: Marcella Courtois and DIRECTLY ABOVE: Amber
Lundh escorted by Dale Gillespie.
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Art And Shop Shows Are A Success
The annual art show and shop ex- A
hibit were held in the new art room
and cafeteria. The new location
added much to the exhibit.
ABOVE: Beth Gil-
through the shop
Warren and her
caught by sur-
the shop exhibit.
LEFT: Dan Taylor
and Brian Thomp-
son look at one of
the many crafts dis-
played at the shop
show. BELOW LEFT
shop teacher, also
attended the shop
FTA Observes The Otherside
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check on her class. RIGHT: FTA Day proves to be a . ,2, , X'
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Juniors Entertaln Seniors Enjo Banquet
The theme for the junior-
Senior Banquet this year
was oriental gardens. The
menu featured foods from
China as the main course.
The traditional prophecies
and message by the princi-
pal were enjoyed by all.
LEFT: Skits performed by members
of the Junior class add to the ex-
citement of the evening. LOWER
LEFT: jr. Class President Kenny
Arnold gives the welcome to the
Class of 1975. BELOW: Entertain-
ment is provided by a girl's trio
who sing while Myra McIntosh
tries to master her pair of
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Seniors Swing At Schooner Creek
TOP: The Seniors went to Silver Dollar City on the last day of the
trip. ABOVE: Wayne, Robert and Randi, and Mark and john all
decide to sit down and rest after a hard night. RIGHT: Mrs. Col-
lins and Mr. Grisham were sponsors for the Seniors.
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On the Senior Trip there were many
activities to choose from. Popularity
centered around swimming, poker play-
ing till 4:30 a. m. , and getting at least
30 minutes sleep each night after running
LEFT: Rick Kepley makes eyes at someone while
at Silver Dollar City. BOTTOM LEFT: Melinda and
janet make like a true Strafford Indian should while
BELOW: john Yaggy has finally found his long-lost
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LEFT: Valedictorian Cathy Carras makes her final speech
as a senior. RIGHT: Del Thomas listens as Salutatorian
Melinda Nixon speaks. BELOW LEFT: Principal Max Evans
and School Board President Leroy Yarbrough present Ted
Peak his diploma. BELOW RIGHT: Cheryl Trussell smiles
but the tears keep coming as she realizes she will never
be a student at Strafford High again.
r. And Miss S amed
The 1974 -75
Mr. and Miss
SHS were Del
along with others
were voted on
by the entire
ABOVE: Del Thomas
and Kim Griffin,
Mr. and Miss SHS
for 1974-75. RIGHT:
Kim waits for the
RIGHT: Del tries
for two points .
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leading pin from Mrs. Collins. TOP: Mrs. Hankins
presents the speech awards. ABOVE MIDDLE: Coach
Breshears and Coach Moon award the sports awards.
DIRECTLY ABOVE: Susie Allen receives her athletic
award from Coach jones. LEFT: Mrs. Woolery and
Mrs. Young hand out awards to library workers
Stephanie Stark, Debbie Emerick, and Kevin Shine.
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dergarten kids take a recess in the class-
room. ABOVE: Mrs. Fielder looks over
the work done by her kindergarten
Sheri Beth Price
ABOVE Kindergarten students are always ready for
story time LEFT These studenu pay close atten
tion their teacher gives instructions.
First Graders Take Giant Step
RIGHT: Mrs. North helps two of her
first graders with their art work.
ABOVE: Mrs. Hodler, a first grade
teacher, left at mid-term.
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their daily reading lesson LEFT: Recess is not the
only time for fun These youngsters enjoy classroom
activity ABOVE LEFT Mrs Davis gives individual
1nstruct1on to one of her reading students.
Second Grade Goes Forward
One More Ste
ABOVE: Students in Mrs Pemberton s class study quietly, giv
ing Mrs. Pemberton a chance to relax RIGHT Mrs Jimmie
Pemberton smiles affectionately at her students
Teaching second grade can prove to be
tedious at times but is always Worth the
teachers efforts- -especially later when
teachers see the students graduate.
BELOW: Mrs. Margaret O'Del1 watches closely as a
student takes a test. LEFT: Mrs. Pam Breedlove gazes
across the room as students study quietly.
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of students. RIGHT: Mrs Rose 1S shown giving individual help
LEFT Mrs Spurlock helps students to better prononmciate words
ABOVE The fourth grade students shown are thoroughly enticed by
the achievements gained rn Mrs Spurlock's reading class. Fourth
Fifth Graders Learn ore
The fifth grade
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years that students
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LEFT: Mrs. Price explains a test to her students who listen at
tentively. ABOVE: Mr. Hollis takes a break from his busy day
working with his fourth grade students.
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room for the first time. Mrs. Virgina Anderson, ABOVE,
held classes in one of the two adjoining classrooms. The
students, RIGHT, seem to adapt and even enjoy the new
The other half of the Home Ec. room was shared by
Mrs. Lou Houston, BELOW. The sixth graders, LEFT,
moved closer, not only in distance, but also in years.
Having class in the old Home Ec. building added va-
riety to the sixth grade.
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The activity classes
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They included P, E, ,
art, and music.
ABOVE: One of the three P.E.
teachers was Mr. jerry Shelen
hammer. ABOVE RIGHT: A
class plays a game in gym.
RIGHT: The sixth grade sings
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The speech, special education, and
remedial readmg classes were
very important to the growth of
Stratford s elementary students
Mrs Gail Seney, BELOW, was one of the spe
cial education teachers that we depended on
Mrs Angela Abbatiello, RIGHT, taught the
LEFT: Mrs. Freda Parrott was the speech teacher. BELOW:
Mrs. joy Robertson taught learning opportunities. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Mrs. Sondra Hollis was the remedial reading teach-
er. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Annice McClean was the other
remedial reading teacher. BELOW RIGHT: Miss Mae Van-
Hook also taught learning opportunities.
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ABOVE: A seventh grade class listens tentatively as they prepare
to move anxiously to another interesting class. RIGHT: Lunch
means a great deal to the hard working young people of the first
year junior High after a hard morning attempting to satisfy the
demands of their teachers.
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Members of the junior high "Smoke Signal", a paper put out espe
cially by the junior high students, LEFT TO RIGHT: Penny Carr,
Ted Collins, Melanie Stemmons, and Karen Radonski.
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Yaggyg President, and Danny Reedg Treasurer. BELOW: Ralph Stewart and Charles Earp at work. BOTTOM: Trent
Melton and Denise Shook share their humor.
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ABOVE: Marcia Finley completes a delicious lunch. BELOW: Laveta Hay, Susan Hunter, Tammy Huett, Melanie
Stemmons, and Chris Stanley prepare for a busy hour in their science class.
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MIDDLE: Rick, Deanna, George, Debbie, and other
eighth graders work on history study projects. ABOVE:
RIGHT: Class officers include Paulette Davis, sec-
retary-treasurer, Ray Smith, vice-president, and Gay
Rader, president. ABOVE LEFT: jeff Griffin seems sur-
prised to see a photographer in the cafeteria.
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TOP LEFT: julie Crane, Debbie Snodgrass, and jackie
Smith, all eighth graders, "doctor-up" their hamburg-
ers. TOP RIGHT: Tami Whipple enjoys one of the
cooks' famous peanut butter cookies. ABOVE: jackie
Smith also enjoys bringing her lunch to school on some
days. LEFT: David Landis, Dena Shannon, and Rick
Moon finish a reading assignment in special magazines
in English class.
Eighth Graders Help Publish Paper
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MIDDLE: Debbie Snodgrass, Ronnie Harris, and Doug
Montgomery serve as editors for the "Smoke Signals. "
RIGHT: Lisa Weidmann, Ray Smith, Cathy Walker, and
Dana Murrell work on a science project. ABOVE: Ted
Hall, Ray Smith, and Gene Rost finish lunch.
ABOVE LEFT: Three eighth graders, David Maberry,
jim Maples, and Bart Allen enjoy a typical lunchroom
meal. ABOVE: Dennis Rowden and james Collins help
demonstrate one of the properties of liquid oxygen at
a science assembly. LEFT: Dena Shannon and Debbie
Snodgrass make plans for one of their many activities,
such as basketball or cheerleading.
Freshmen Step Into Hrgh School Events
ABOVE: Valarie McKinzie studies the action of her
peers. RIGHT: Annette Carr, Sophomore Home
coming Queen Candidate, and her escort Mike
Thompson walk down the long aisle to be seated and
await the outcome ofthe decision on who the Home
coming Queen is.
Ma rk Hunter
ABOVE: Karen Walker, Denice Mill-
holand, Karon Shanon, and Melodie
Osburn masquerade as students ofthe
'5O's. LEFT: Sophomore class offi-
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ABOVE: Pam Schildknecht and Kelly Griffin are deep
in study although they don't appear to be concentrating
very much on the subject at hand. RIGHT: Sue White
and Becky Rice would rather stand in the hall than eat
lunch in the cafeteria.
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joe Peters and Kenny Jennings are in deep thought.
ABOVE: The freshmen also took part in high school Greas-
er Day. LEFT: Glenda Cotter works very hard to get her
assignment done on time.
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RIGHT are secretary-treasurer Joyce Corkren, president Terri Warren, and vice-
p esident Missy Edel. RIGHT: Missy Edel seeks something nourishing from the
concession stand at a basketball games
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mounting excitement, the contents of her
ltmch sack. BOTTOM LEFT: Teresa Crosby
shows some doubt as to the truth of her
teacher's words. Meanwhile Mark Davis en
joys the attention of the camera man.
BOTTOM RIGHT: Ronnie Roberts clearly
defines his typical school day.
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learning the keyboard. RIGHT: Charmaine Crane
and David Edel represent the sophomore class at the
Homecoming game. BOTTOM LEFT: Some sopho-
more girls watch the football game at Fair Grove.
ABOVE LEFT Embarrassed beyond belief and dressed as an average
alligator, Kathy Arnold prepares to be sold in the Pep Club 1n1t1a
tion assembly ABOVE RIGHT Sophomores Roy Richardson, M1ke
Cameron, james Collins, and David Edel collect some papers for
the sophomore paper drive BOTTOM LEFT: Rex Henry toots
Class f '76-Waiting For The Big One
The class of '76 filled their
year with bake sales, cutting
and selling Wood, picking up
Walnuts, a dunking booth at
the carnival, a volleyball
marathon, and the junior-
ABOVE RIGHT: Providing good lead-
ership for the junior class are Eugene
George, vice-presidentg Debbie My-
ers, secretary-treasurerg and Kenny
Arnold, president. BOTTOM LEFT:
Steve Patterson strives for perfection
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ABOVE LEFT: Debbie Myers and julie Rodgers express excitement
at the beginning of another day. ABOVE RIGHT: As the night of
homecoming draws near, juniors Sally Allen and julie Taylor
decorate the queen's throne. BOTTOM LEFT: The junior dunking
booth at the carnival provides entertainment for all. BOTTOM
RIGHT: The juniors' candidate for homecoming queen, Amber
Limdh and her escort, Randy Smith, pause in their walk to the
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ABOVE LEFT: Varsity player Scotty Boatwright goes up for a shot at
a home game. ABOVE RIGHT: Carol Gardenhire and Amber Lundh
show their friendship for each other. BOTTOM LEFT: junior girls
show Christmas spirit by decorating a locker. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Rick Dean Brown works with various tools in shop.
Seniors Are Bound For Success
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RICK AUSTIN MIKE BA ILY BARBARA BERRY EUGENIA BUMGA RNER
MARK BURR SUSAN CAMPBELL CATHY CARRAS KARL CATES
BOBBIE COBLE MIKE C OFFER
RIGHT: Senior class officexs- Rick Kepley, Vice Pres.g
Carlene Coleman, Sec. -Tres.g and Dave Kutz, Pres.
CA RLENE COLEMAN FRANK COLLINS BILL COWAN
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LEFT: Tony Rost receives recognition at honors day as-
sembly for intramural basketball championship.
Seniors Enjoy Activities
CA RLENE I-LARDEC KE DEBBIE JOHNSON
Karla Hundh was the 1975 Homecoming Senior candidate
and Queen. Her escort was Rick Kepley, also a senior.
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MARIE MINER CHUCK MINGUS
JAN NEWBERRY MELINDA NIXON
RENA PEAK TED PEAK MATT PETERS JOHN PIPPIN
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Senior cheerleaders were Cathy Carras, a cheerleader for
4 yearsg Janet Wade, 3 yearsg and Melinda Nixon, 4 years
Seniors Prepare For uture
JEFF REED RANAE ROEPKE
MARCELLA SCOTT THOMAS SCOTT KEVIN SHINE LEA ANN SMITH
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STEPHANIE STA RK JAMES TAYLOR
AT RIGHT are four Senior boys James Vaughn, James
Emerick, Robert Burl-cs, and Dan Cort.
The Senior class took a trip
to Schooner Creek Lodge and
ver Dollar City. They spent
the day there on rides and
shopping. AT THE RIGHT is
Rick Kepley browsing.
RICHARD WALKER CHERYL WEATHERFORD LaTRIESA WHITE DONALD WILLIAMS
MARSHALL TEEL DEL THOMA S CI-IERYL TRUSSELL JOHN YAGGY
on the return trip went to Sil-
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School Board, Administration .
ABOVE LEFT: Superintendent of Schools Ken-
neth Tipton starts his day with a smile. ABOVE
RIGHT: 1974-75 School Board members are
SEATED: Hazel Kirkemeyer, secretaryg Rob-
ert Young, treasurerg Leroy Yarbrough, presi-
dentg and Charley Myers. STANDING: Max
Evans, principalg Kenneth Tipton, superinten-
dent: johnny Collins, Rex Reed, vice-presi-
dent: and Raymond Hopper. LOWER LEFT:
High School Principal Max Evans checks the
daily schedule before beginning a new day.
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. Guides For Changes
The Board of Education sets policies that
direct our educational program. The
Board members spent countless hours at
meetings. During the past year, they
satisfactorily presented to the people
of the school district a bond issue for
the new high school and general improve
ments to the school system as a whole.
Wrestling with a new school, enforcing
old and new policies and establishing
some of their own, overseeing the new
building, both the principal and assis-
tant principal met the new year with
ABOVE LEFT: Elementary Principal Bar-
bara Bayless takes a break from her ac-
tive schedule. LOWER LEFT: Assistant
Principal Randy Breshears tries to find
a solution to Cheryl Trusse1l's problem.
Are Kept Busy
Completing forms, correcting accounts,
and helping with tardy slips highlighted
the days of secretarial and bookkeeping
staffs. With supply orders to complete,
office workers kept busy.
TOP RIGHT: Miss Debbie Lile, grade secretary, com-
pletes a report. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Patty Comstock
checks absentees with Mr. Breshears, assistant prin-
cipal. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Hazel Kerl-cemeyer,
secretary to Mr. Tipton, finishes a payroll record.
BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Wyvonne Williams Works with
student files. TOP LEFT: Mrs. Wilma Goodin balances
a money ledger while Mr. Evans prepares to give the
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Spending half a day each in
the elementary and high
school buildings administer-
ing first aid to injured or ill
students kept our school
Checking schedules, adj ust-
ing class loads, and correct-
ing the seemingly endless
errors of the past years
seemed to take more time
than the counselors had.
ABOVE LEFT: Nurse Dannenmaier
checks Terry Txogdon's temperature.
ABOVE RIGHT: Mr. Bryan thinks over
the events that happened during the
day. LOWER LEFT: Mr. Moon catches
up on his homework during one of his
Cooking - Cleaning - Transportation .
ABOVE: The cooks work steadily
at their daily tasks. MIDDLE: MIS.
Vaughn gets to work on the floors.
BOTTOM: It's been a very long and
tiring day for the cooks at Straf-
The cooks for the 1974-75 school year were FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary
jane Dunlap, Veva Collins, Norma Totten, Ruth Raines, jo Austin-head
cook, Allie Davis, and Eula Mae Potter.
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The janitors for the past year were FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Don McCoy, Lee
Gibson, Sue Cort, Patsy Vaughn, Howard Smith, and john Fenton.
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The cooks, janitors, and bus drivers
all Worked under better conditions this
year than in previous school years. They
all toiled daily to make the going easier.
The bus drivers for 1974-75 were FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Achille Revel, Mrs. Mildred Austin, Mrs. Sondra
McIntosh, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Mrs. Pat Crane, Mrs. Tressie Case, Mr. Richard Campbell, Mr. Willie Baker,
Mr. johnny Stapp, and Mr. Bill Harris.
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Library Offers New Books And New Services
Among the features of the new library
are new books, audiovisual storage,
and study room. Mrs. joan Young, full
time librarian, is aided by Mrs. Wil-
ma Woolery, clerk.
RIGHT: Eugenia and Ricky check in due books.
BELOW: Mrs. Cooper reads to elementary students.
MIDDLE RIGHT: David Towers
and friend research as Mrs. Young
shelves books. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Library assistants are SEATED: J.
Lake, T. I-Iunsaker, L. Russell,
B. Mueller, S. Brittian, Mrs.
Young. STANDING: M. Mclntosh,
B. Yarbrough, R. Roberts, D.
Danielson, R. Coble, D. Holt,
J. Wiedman, L. Wiedman, S.
Stark, I. Newberry, E. Bumgar-
ner, C. Hardecke, K. Shine, Mrs.
Young, and Mrs. Woolery. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Mrs. Young and Mrs.
Woolery search for lost material.
ublications Record Memories For The Future
Last year the contributors of the newspaper
expressed more freely their true personal
feelings, while the yearbook staff compared
the past with the present with the present
winning unanimously. Both newspaper and
yearbook staffs had a new advisor, Mrs.
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UPPER LEFT: Editors Debbie johnson and Terri Hun-
saker work toward a deadline for the newspaper. UPPER
RIGHT: Newspaper staff FROM LEFT TO RIGHT are
julie Taylor, Mrs. Wilson, Bea jo Miller, Debbie john-
son, Terri I-Iunsaker, Debbie Foley, julie Rodgers,
Stephanie Stark, Cheryl Trussell, Brenda Williams,
Becky Yarbrough, and Sally Allen. MIDDLE LEFT:
Yearbook staff FROM LEFT TO RIGHT are Mrs. Wil-
son, Sally Allen, jan Newberry, Marie Miner, Mike
Coffer, Carol Gardenhire, Kevin Shine, Debbie Foley,
Amber Ltmdh, Bill Whitmore, and julie Taylor. MID-
DLE RIGHT: Photographer R. D. Kincaid looks at his
work. BOTTOM LEFT: Editors of the yearbook Marie
Miner and jan Newberry sort pictures.
In this year's Language Arts classes the
students studied English, Speech, Creative
Writing, and Mythology under the direction
of Mrs. Amy I-Iankins and Mrs. Carol Col-
lins. The students enjoyed the classes and
expanded their knowledge in Language 4
Arts. The new classes this year were
Mythology and Creative Writing. The stu-
dents felt these new classes added Variety
to their busy schedules.
TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Hankins thinks carefully as she helps
a student. MIDDLE RIGHT: Tony Rost looks doubtful
as Teresa Byeis hides from the camera. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Don Choate and Rick Sisco practice for Speech
I. ABOVE: Mrs. Hankins grades the students as they
Language Arts Lengthens Learning
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Collins smiles for the
camera. UPPER RIGHT: Mrs. Collins helps
David Kutz with his Creative Writing. MID-
DLE: A group of students take time from
their studies to talk. LOWER LEFT: Connie,
Maria, james, and Rick Work consistently
on their assignment.
Junior High English Put Forth Challenges
junior High English put forth many new
challenges to the seventh and eighth grad-
ers this year. They studied many differ-
ent things such as literature and grammar.
Mrs. Watrous instructed these classes as
she has the past few years. All enjoyed
the special sessions on Greek mythology
which were included in this year's litera-
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UPPER RIGHT: Mrs. Watxous explains an assign-
ment. MIDDLE: A few junior High students work
hard while others giggle and grin for the camera
BOTTOM: Students study hard, but jackie Scott
poses for the camera. UPPER LEFT: Danny Reed,
Gregg Thompson, and Carl Rader seem to be
enjoying some free time in class.
Spanish And Journalism -Stimulating
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Spanish and Journalism were two new classes
among the many others offered at Strafford
this year. The new teachers were Mrs. Lin-
da Cooper for Spanish and Mrs. Judy Wilson
for Journalism. The students found the
classes a challenge but fun too. In the Span-
ish classes the students learned the basics
of the Spanish language. The Journalism
class consisted of the basics of journalism
and how to put together a newspaper.
UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Cooper, Spanish teacher, smiles
thoughtfully during a recitation period. ABOVE: Mrs.
Wilson, journalism teacher, and the students read the
Springfield Daily Newspaper. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs. Coop-
er enjoys a group discussion. UPPER LEFT: Missionary
jesse Pedroza brought forth an interesting discussion about
life in Mexico as a special treat to Spanish students.
Band, Choir, And Art Classes
TOP: Sixth hour band mem-
bers perfect their musical
talents. MIDDLE LEFT: Band
teacher Gary Spear and choir
teacher Vicky Moore consult
over a program. RIGHT:
Vemon Robinson, Tim Fish-
er, and Bruce Love sing their
parts in choir.
A Chance For Self-Expression
Band, choir, and art continued to
entertain the student body and the
community of Strafford with its
Both band and choir acquired new
music to Work with and the art
classes were taught new methods
of developing their artistic talent.
seasonal concerts and art displays.
TOP RIGHT: Erin Wagnon, Carol Gardenhire,
Debbie Foley, Stephanie Stark, and janet Wade
practice in second hour choir for the Christmas
concert. MIDDLE LEFT: Art teacher Mrs. Grace
McCullah stands before some of her art student's
work. MIDDLE RIGHT: Art II students Susan
Campbell, Barbara Fisher, and Rene Peak are
busy constructing "pop bottle" dolls. BOTTOM
LEFT: Lois Gilmore copies a leopard with the us
of acrylic paints in her Art II class.
Business Prepares Students For The Future
As business world needs
increase, so do the needs
for typists and Workers.
Business courses give stu
dents skills to meet those
ABOVE: Mrs. Aldridge supervises
students who are possible future
business leaders. TOP RIGHT:
Typing students work quickly on
tabulation problems. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Students listen carefully
to Mrs. Aldridge's instructions.
Home EC Can Be
With all new appliances and new Home Ec
room, the girls and boys really enjoyed
cooking, sewing, and learning about keep-
ing a house. Whether they plan to marry or
not, they can still use these helpful skills.
TOP LEFT: Mrs. Alexander gives instruction to her Home
Ec III class. TOP RIGHT: Advanced Home Ec students
work on their first project of the year. BOTTOM: D. Wil-
liarns, M. Burr, B. Scott, R. Burks, L. Dotson, and A.
Edel display aprons and hats that they have made. MID-
DLE LEFT: R. Roepke and T. White sew in free time.
Shop Students Develop New Skills
During the 29 years as shop instructor,
Ivan McGee has seen the shop grow to a
bigger department. Mr. Ron Pennington, S
also a shop teacher, has completed 3
years at Strafford.
TOP RIGHT: Mr. Pennington and Mark Davis weld
metal for chair legs. MIDDLE: Shop workers prepare
for Industrial Art Exhibit. BELOW RIGHT: Mr. McGee
works on sanding a project. ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Penning-
ton, Matt Peters, and Tom Cowan discuss the lathe.
TOP LEFT: Mark Patterson and joe Kincaid read their
In Drivers' Ed class, stu-
dents learned the laws and
rules for driving. After
studying the drivers' man-
ual, they spent several
hours in actual practice
driving, parallel parking,
and backing. Drivers' Ed
helped prepare students
for taking the Missouri
State drivers' test.
TOP: Del Thomas, Bucky Keltner, and Gary LaFo11ette
reach for a pocketknife to splice a wire ABOVE S
zanne Scott and Mr. Shellenhamer discuss the rules
of driving. ABOVE LEFT: Sandy Sexton and Mr jones
prepare for another hour of driving
Histor Puts Forth New
Challenges To Students
The history classes buried culture and they
studied the American Indian in groups in
class. While they studied in their textbooks
individually, the students expanded their
knowledge in many areas this past year.
TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Cologna gets her students involved in
a group discussion where they are able to express their
feelings. CENTER RIGHT: Donald Williams observes jim
Emerick's fantastic study habits. ABOVE: Mr. Bryan ex-
lains the facts to Debbie Wau h RIGHT Mrs Kile
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smiles for the camera during a busy day of grading papers.
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TOP: A social studies class copies information from the
board. LEFT: Mr. Maltman stops to help a group with
their work. ABOVE: Cindy Rush and Rene Peak look busy,
but Kim Griffin must be thinking of Del.
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TOP: Mr. Adams explains Algebra I problems to Allen
Dorman and Tony Williamson as Janice Broshear looks
away. MIDDLE RIGHT: Allen Dorman dramatically ex-
lains a etition being s onsored by Student Council as
P P P
he performs his duties as a council representative. BOT-
TOM RIGHT: Mrs. Eitelman reviews her study guide in
preparation for her next class soon to disrupt her concen
tration. ABOVE: joel Peters shows fellow students how
math is done as Gary Campbell watches over a very
Sin 2x Sinx 2 Cos 2x Cosx I
Math students this year learned new
mathematics operations while using all of
the old ones learned in years past. But,
through all of the homework, tests, and
many classes, everyone benefited in one
way or another.
TOP: Mr. Adams shows how the operation is done as
confused but interested students listen. AKDVE: Mrs.
Watson shows Diane Beatty how the homework is done.
BOTTOM: Mrs. Watson takes time from her busy
schedule to smile for the camera.
Science Stimulates A Serious Study
AHDVE: Mr. Ferguson explains to the class the simi-
larity of two organisms four different ways. TOP
RIGHT: Mr. Grisham explains to Pam Zebel what is
in the box. What is it, Pam? RIGHT: Mr. Fitzgerald
tells Trent Melton how to use the microscope and what
to look for.
Studying Science Has Many Highlights
Science students learned of things which
were both simple and complex. Students
learned of the simplest of one-cell ani-
mals and about the most complex--the
human body. Students also learned of liv-
ing and of nonliving organisms, and things
A A which were of neither classification.
While some were bored, others enjoyed
LEFT: Mr. Adams prepares to trick the Physics students
with the experiment he is setting up. Careful, Mr.
Adams, students aren't as dumb as they act. TOP:
Karl Cates examines his rock as Santos Ramos sees just
how his tastes. ABOVE: Mark Phelps and Lora Myers set
up their microscope hoping to find some new scien-
Core Centers On Individual Achievement
In the 1974-75 school year core curricu-
lum had a special emphasis on the indi-
vidual achievement of students. Units of
study concentrated on different levels.
Making their own learning materials such
as math booklets, mobiles, and modeling
clay were highlights of the year.
the help of his teacher, Mrs. Elaine Leflooth. TOP LE
Mueting finds pleasure in reading. BOTTOM LEFT: M
Mullil-can explains a problem to Doug Whipple as Roge
listens. BOTTOM RIGHT: Randy Coble continues to s
Brazel Muse and Mrs. Mullikan seem confused.
TOP RIGHT: Robert Worley works on his art assignmen
Physical Education strengthens
your body and your mind. This
objective was better fulfilled
through new equipment and
more teachers for the always
crowded classes. With new
ideas and methods being used,
the year was one of growth.
TOP LEFT: jr. High boys make use of
their P.E. hour. TOP RIGHT: P.E.
teachers Paula Nelson and Lloyd jones
take a break in their busy day. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Nicky Carras spots a handstand.
BOTTOM LEFT: Steve Patterson strains
under his weights. MIDDLE LEFT: Boys'
sports in action on the stage.
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