Stranahan High School - El Pasado Yearbook (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

 - Class of 1964

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N Q ,Mn Kenneth ffauu, Princgual In yearsito comes we believe fond memories will live within the pages Of fhiS book., We believe, every now and then we will wipe the dust of time from its cover and gaze again at the scenes of high school days and recall friends as we left them back in Stranahan High School. We may recall our triI.1mphSf0U1' defeats, our joys andour adversities and all these joys and memories will live again in our hearts. ' W r a We hope you will, in this future time, be proud to remember your days inx Stranahan High School. 1 ' ,Mn J-larakljldassen Asszktant Prlhczpal High school is a time for fun, a time for study, and finally a time for graduation. It is a time to gain reason and wisdom. I know your years at Stranahan have been profitable and I know you will use the knowledge you have gained here to build a time of success. ,"""'x ,,,. Lf, l l l ff: ,.,. -f,-' i f,.- , ff ,--- --11, -.-'- -:iw-zz .... -, 1: -f V- i if3 i Egg j 5fggf Q. si., P , in yyr. 5 , .ez :E , K M11 Haber! Hhikiem Dean of Bays The person who lives a. well-rounded life not only Taker Time but Afrika Time to im- prove his education. Daniel Wfebster once said: "Knowledge does not comprise all that is contained in the large term of education. The feelings are to be disciplined, the pas- sions nre to he restrainedg true and worthy motives are to be inspired." Hand i W L Helen Sproul, director of ? , i Aj j.V, and Varsity bands, has , N 157 students in only Zu .. I classes. d 1- - g X, V f , if ., 5. i 1' 'qi wx Q! ELM '. ' Wi' .Q-W" I ffl -"L A 4 74 ! i ii A cf if Ui Mr. Waldmar Hahn, the director F of all a " classes at Stranahan, has six periods a day with a total of 143 NNW- A students. i d J . Q , Q sg f - if? . E1 , T5 sf f d 3. is ,Q i l ll A P J: Q 5 gf ,d lf W, M 1' Jrfft-H2432 'asf Kusiness The director of the Busi ness Dept., Mrs. Ellen But ler, has 14 teachers working with her. Between them they have 68 different sec tions and about 665 stu dents. F7 immiihw Left to Right, ROXW 1HDorothy Foster, Gloria XWesson, Dorothy Golder. ROW Zwjoan Horner, Pauline Spano, Linda Basket, Grace Morgan. ROW' 5-Miriam Lennington. ROW' -iglillen Butler. Wfil- lium Beach, Boyd Burkett, Nancy Nipert. Ma' Q. ..,....3 Mr. Cliff Rubicam is the drivers education teacher at SHS. He is kept busy teaching his five sections of 80 srudents the "rules ofthe road." REFER Left to Right, ROW 1-Georgia Partridge, Janet Weller, Colleen Story, Marcia Haltrich, julia Chandler, Jake Land, Charles Shannon, Bernice Whipple, joan Hutchison,'Carol Turner, Linda Poole, Evelyn Greene. ROW 2-Robert Sharp Paul Shea, La Rue Gery, Virginia Scott, Betty Lou Rose. 5r1gHsl1 'Ivo' l Mrs. Mildred Miller is head of the largest department at Stranahan. She and 24 other teachers help give their 100 sections the do's and don'ts of English grammar and literature. ..., Qi: fz::'f'P'Zw fi 1c.Q:2eg:wefg. xi - if aw 'wlewra at . wg", A ze' v r' 2r,'f'..-- ,sig g ac., , . V eww.-..,v.. .4h.,,,' -- 1 - 5 ,K H-. ,ki ,MAL ,stsgimgt 1-q..,N is ELMER HAMILTON Q Wise-f 25? fs? Shelf' S S flTiZiLe?27Y::i+--e s55.IS:1lQ?:5r.i:5f., ISM?- "9KifLf,,L' :s H7 :Xl.,..Er,. , .925 ,W X, N 1 -ff sfaswf -sf 12295 Qgeziwsaigiamkfg M We 3 x,-. is iw' ,W Gllull cc Five Counselors work under Dr. Grace Hunter to make up the Guidance Dept. of SHS. They spend their time helping stu- dents progress toward graduation and a successful future. ALICE WARLOW flame Ewrwmics BILLIE BOYD MARY CRISS MARILYN ROBERTS WADE BIRCH BARBARA MILLS ' 3 - 'i -'if I-lift! A'RRRAA 27 f-N im .V INDUSTRIAL ARTS INSTRLTCTORS: Mr. Walter Metzger along with five other teachers has 30 sec- tions With 750 students. Left to Right-Robert Schantz, Earl Flint Calxm Vest Robert Lamby Paul Varner iourmzhsm it 1 9819. five +ff ffQfffft of 7125 Coriibined in his ibiifiialism and publication Ciaises. tw, 'Peg ,921 UTY? William I-Ieflin, accompanied by 10 teachers, instructs 1500 students in 60 sections. 4 of the major foreign languages of the world are covered by this department. Languages Left to Right, ROW 1--Genevieve Bland, janet Weller, Bruce Kolb. R'OW 2-Elinor Adams, Gisela Griffin, Dorothy Tussing. ROW 3-Leon Tucker, Lexie Wilkes, Mildred Bailey. 30 WILLIAM HEFLIN library Head librarian Lois Wris ley, along with two other librarians, guides many stu- dents each day toward bet- ter reading and an im proved literary background X WV Qi -WT? .V .yg,-Kew:Lizwviizggliag 4 Q kg 155, is 1 W I b, - f,,-r-ggfli s:r1'?ii r5 f M' ':m',a ' l . . 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'mfffW'1PPr7fff:..e.as,ym ,, - 3 .' 1' 'S -fix , ' L "" f -- ,r Y"- f,..vrl,, gs ' L 'W W by ' ' . f , ' ' f,Ew2v'vZjf6ui?iS,rffisfinffifrg- 1 1-W,Tir-l:'1s,"fsgs"?5if5'fbiFSSQBKSSV f " 'ive K- :L 1 fizrbiliixwiyfs Qgfsziiagfzs,-2. ff-,Mf,xesyrg-'ffsgzsffjgipffgw-ff' , - f Q X bi ' ff 535539 --::' -112.3 3-Q'5' iiifk-iTiflf57f9lx, Pe , . -M ,.. , 1 A .. , -1 L ijggyggg gig :g3g:,E.,iE Q: a " r -E' 955: 7'3gfF5?T K' ' ': . - ::g if 5'?Wi??1-1gHliie.f1 H7 if 1 K 'fri -'f?7e55?d55?i3Ql5l wbw i w a CAROLYN SALYER VUILLIAM SNYDER 3I A total number of 2000 pupils are en- rolled in math classes at Stranahan. They are taught by 15 teachers under the direc- tion of Norman Chinoy. l i i z 2 Mathematics .M r .. .,,. E r i E 2 i I Left to Right, ROW 1-jean Daubert, Margaret Cason, Elinor Adams, Josephine Davis, Geraldine Greer, joan Hill, Elizabeth Jacquinta, Linda Eshleman, Elizabeth Geldbaugh, Kathleen Cotter. ROW 2-R onald Donate, Jonas Morris, james Cline, William Howard, Norman Chinoy. 32 Left to Right-Judith Luce, Marian Conley, Georgia Landon, Helen McBroom, john Wienants, James Bretton, Earl Hupp, William Wohrman ,physical Educafivu Helen McBroom and Earl Hupp, along with six other teachers, in- struct 1542 students in 40 classes of physical education a day. 33 Approximately 2000 students are enrolled in the Science courses at , Stranahan. Mrs. Valasky, department head, and 14 other teachers are kept busy with their 66 sections. unwlilwfw 111 MARY VALASKY DR. MICHAEL FERENCE JR. of Ford Motor Co. Mich. -........+.l, l- ,L , .a.i....T, g Qt r: Left to Right SEATED Kay Rodnesky Winifred Reece Edna Hurst Inez Young Left to Right STANDING Elizabeth Baker Logan, Louise Underwood, Mary Valasky, Ronald Donate, William Augustin, Jermo Rothchild, Fred Stover, James Cline, Fred Tosh Hamilton. 34 Social Studies 5, L v i it A 'Es g gf Left to RightfClarence Noe, Linda Rice, joseph Link, Liberty Bailey, Edward Donovan, Kenneth Harding, Eugene Brackett, Harold Beasley Marion Edwards, Edward Weaver, Elizabeth Oslin, jack Ehrke, Waldorf Korb. .s ,I Left to Right-Harold Cox, Dana Wallace, Richard Goodhart. The social studies department, under the direction of Richard Goodhart, consists of 2500 students in 77 classes, taught by 16 teachers. 35 'S' Secretaries In f my M tr .,,:F. I 45 OFFICE: Marie Atohi, Verna Slaton, Deanna Heflin, Ruth Patterson, Kathryn Duchernin, Marion Masi, Frances Cook, Ida Vaina The secretarial staff of ten members is headed by Mrs. Kathryn Duchemin LIBRARY: Ann Brandon -CV 36 Lff uma?-' Ollie Logan, Floydene Partain, Nez Young, Dorothy Haupt Inez Young and Floydene Young teach 437 students in the two E.T.V. classes. Kzzsfvdiaus fl" is r . ff pw ,, H.. FM. Q.. Q Q af Hafeferia Mrs. Smiley, manager of the cafeteria, and assistant manager Mrs. Lee Tappan prepare school lunches with the help of 21 employees. 1" - Mr. Childers, head custodian, is aided in his job by 16 custodial workers. f?l'Il0I'5' YY 3 Q, J 'v 5 5 M 1 if ' ww V, , A f W, Q. , .L 5 A-'A' ' , 'A fy W' ' 5+-kfiwzfr ' 6' " 'T ' A P . V V K V 1 , V .g'2,ffp..'fQ, 75 --nq VV M-my V 0 -V L,W,, . ,- Ark TM, .. wg W f-:K Mwx W V Q L , ,L W ... wmevwy gf! 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V ,- i . an w. . ,V V 3 , ,un , V V 'L ff VV V W X-fm : K-L f f, Q 'ff-SP2 Hz? Q 3' 2 Q. 2' 9' 1 'f '44 -ad- ff- ,, 5 im in it 2 R I 4 Qu- 1 J M Y ' N V V V' 3 V , VV VV 4 I 1.5 K -- is ,, '1 as 45 ' V F. fix I 1 W , KK 'Q V ers, Q s, ' "' Q wg Q "."i, V - Y ,- " l " u . Q 5-3 A 'HS' is 'Q U . ' , VV Y VVV V NLVV 'V 8 M X .M N, r M , K ' 1 ,W , 'iflvfvk-w M s x -is ' Q.. 45 x V A V A - SV ., Vx .N K , - L K as 1- 4 VV Qi'-wily-f"'w.-ff-t, ,W T' f- U " ' M hh qi "ik 1 V ME it V its A l ' V .. A W i 2 Being a member of Interact, Honor Society, Student Council, Hi-Y, and I.C.C. have been only a small part of Lee Alexander's contributions to Stranahan. He has held the offices of President of Honor Society, President of the junior Class, Second Vice President and Director of Interact. Lee has received such honors as candidate for Anchor Admiral, Exchange Club Boy of the Month, Boy's State Delegate, and recipient of the Thom McAn Leadership Award. Vi ii, T2 ,le 1 lf 4' f A :" A alof 'ae C X ii? si . :- "'4v-'SJ v Latin Club President, jim Amadei, was an eager worker for Honor So- ciety, Thespians, Young Doctors, I.C.C., and Quill and Scroll. Besides being President of Latin Club, jim was Ex- change Club Secretary. Jim was awarded second place in the 1963 Science Fair and received a Citizenship and Service Award from the New River Lions Club, and an N.E.D.T. Certificate. NSR- 'mmmawwa . A A : . M f--W were W' 1 'Z 4, M k 1 L , MM WH 4: xl nl iw , . l rc ,w. ,Q Ex ,K .. r --. c at 5 sg- i' K it .i -is r. ' - f o Q . Q ,. ,. P f L - 1 7 1 J . an K' A Q T LEM ' ' V it -'Q--Q eg, - , - ., - Etc 2 S 'U Q .ae ,?!?Mi. A 6 Q it A great asset to Stranahan was jane Barker. She served as Parliamentarian of Anchor, Secretary of Student Coun- cil, Captain of the J.V. Cheerleaders and Sergeant of Arms for Math Club. Janie's energetic spirit was noticed in her membership of Pep Club, Honor So- ciety und Spanish Club. She was an active mmeber of the swimming team, Jr. and Sr. Prom Committees and the Var- sity Cheerleading Squad. Her achieve- ments included Miss Showboat Candi- date, N.E.D.T. Letter of Achievement and Burdines Girl of the Month. 2 23 as sr agsragffruhtl ren f ,r ,r gagxgg gliasif-1w,ei, f-f1sf,',f: Q, ,Q , 'fs ' f -is .irziimezlzi life- re ' W rss:rr'-wfelqsgfggwimfzzs' .s W Jif?i,fsfQtisi.miifiaesre:xas-1as fgssi fi?fgiifmiiiszLfffsaaagsafeaiarffgigi ' ,gzzergfisja as Dancing was the specialty that earned Olivia Caudle the entrance into presidential ranks at Stranahan. Olivia was President of Modern Dance Club, and held active mem- bership in Usherettes, Future Teachers, Honor Society, I.C.C., and Tri-Hi-Y. Olivia was rated Cum Laude in the Na- JP' h. is 2 s s 2 wi Senior Class Secretary, Susan Chambers, tional Latin tests in 1962 and was awarded a Certificate of Merit on the N.E.D.T. Tests. has been an active member of Future Doc- tors, Student Council, Juniorettes, Honor Society, Latin and Pep Clubs. She holds the office of Vice President in Future Doc- tors and Secretary of Honor Society. Susan was recipient of the Exchange Club Girls of The Month, and was selected as a candidate for Miss Showboat of 1964. -t txj J Marc Chinoy, one of few Seniors at SHS to carry more than six classes per day, distinguished himself in the creative arts. He played the lead role in the Macbeth production, and was selected as Co-Editor of the Dijest. Marc, a National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist was also active in Civitan, Honor Society, Debate Quill and Scroll, and French Club. Y. Mdaikuwg WW ,.,,. r sk , ek- M ,,,, , wfar,,,,,,,..t ,M tm , , 4 f..,! ,fy ,,kk, I ,V ,,WLp,.t.r,,.,,,w ,N Winfred Deal, a three-year letterman, Co- Captain of the '64 Football team, and Colgate Tackle of the year, participated also in Tennis and Basketball, Aside from this, Winfred found time to be active in Exchange Club to which he was elected Boy of the Month. His other achievements include: Anchor Admiral Candidate, Thom McAn Athlete- Scholar, and National Merit Finalist. Scientifically minded Paul Clarke was the Grand Prize Winner in the 1962 Science Fair. He added to his laurels in the 1963 Science Fair with an Honorable Mention and in 1964 a third place. Paul is an active member of Science Club, Honor Society, I.C.C., Key Club of which he is Parliamentarian, and President of Debate Club. His all advanced and honors curriculum has aided him in obtaining a N.E.D.T. Certificate, and being a National Merit Semi-finalist. if lltm m!'f'9Ks.'H f. .wz.rm-nz f.H:iz:f,-wiV,-:Zi-11 M tw-1, ef. .M ,gi 'www Wvwvsiffztr1s.wW, sf 1 .if r lm 1 w as Although Lynn Ezell had assumed the task of President of juniorettes she was also an active member of Spanish Club, Student Council, I.C.C., and Future Doctors Club. Drill Team and Syn- chronized Swimming kept her busy out-of-doors While she busied herself inside on Class Plays and Prom Committees. She earned the title of Showboat Candidate, third place in the 1965 Science Fair and a N.E.D.T. cer- tificate. aiiiiiefitg .f"" , 5.QQQ:iamA-ifi:ff,yw3g:ffVwsim, it U,Qzf:l:': nv-Wei' i 'wif' w JY ,, , f" ct it ,L 1 ff ,L -izif,-'in iifffvwsff ,, qw- ,. 'fmzff' -f wiii"f:frf W 5: -rf.-Legg-'x,f,5fQqg+Wg,2f wenifif5yfigj1:iie,+w L Jane Hall has taken on a full tim job as Managing Editor of the Ech and President of Quill and Scroll. A a sophomore Jane joined Juniorette and soon was on her way to numerou honors. Besides being given a N.E.D.T Award, Jane became a Showboat Quee Candidate, Calendar Girl, Key Clu Sweetheart Candidate, and jr. Pro Queen aspirant all in her junior yea An active club member, jane joined Ho or Society, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, I.C.C and was elected Historian of the St dent Council. H 6 v Q 45 "U'm"Q'Y 11- ' , 'S W ,-may-.1-ggi, , wi'-w-j, vim,-k V . , L,.,.,,, , r "A smile, a chuckle and plen- ty of energy" best describes Judy Hancock, Juniorette and Student Council Vice President and I.C.C. President. Judy was an active member of these clubs for three years. Judy also participated in Thes- pians, Quill and Scroll, Pep and Spanish Clubs along with writing for the Echo. Judy was the Exchange Club Girl of the Year. v X. , a fi sys . it 1 ii 'QL' 3 f A- ' is -.wr Few students have received the acclaim offered to Strana- han's Cover Girl for '64. In tow years Laura Hunt has domi- nated the lead roles in the class plays and Thespian productions. She is best remembered for her roles in "Bell, Bo-ok and Candle and Macbeth." Laura was a calendar girl, Key Club Sweetheart, and Jr. Prom Queen Candidate in her junior year. In her senior year she was an active member of Anchor and Thespian Clubs and was a Can- didate for Miss Showboat and Senior Prom Queen. ,. ' as 1 gb 5 iffy' 1 5 W2 rang .., so y F ilw -wk -u-...,,,,-aw-:itll ,449 """hpq. .- s 4 .1 gs - i- . 41 ' it Q J . -- .. :rs ,-ww - . -' Ne. -we , ,-ffrwi ' V ' "" ' 1 ' . . - 4 --iw 1 . ' I ,.., 4 . . ' ' ' ' wif? W i r 1 -, -. . ir .im ,Q nr' Q. Suzanne Lafitte concentrated her efforts on The-spians by working on the Play Festi- vals and junior and Senior Class Plays. But her efforts did not end there. She was Sec- retary of French Club and an active mem- ber in Honor Society and Dance Club. Suzanne's awards included the Veterans of Foreign Wars Speech Award, Showboat Candidate, and Dance Club Scholarship Reci- pient. . 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S A an sm: si1saiY2Qaf2sfzfy1QfbQi2 ,gf if 5' J'1l'S:'.Q " if 7: ,J or Qr3.v.21.ee1-.itssriw ,.w1ffa:w2f.rmee-v.1t.fr:f..ex, 1. ,s 1. my,f.sez-.r.ec:,,m.,,.m,as:- S if s.,,,ig.eg.w,,,,,.s.as...ts-.,s,,.f,,aas,,,s.f. ,W-.t.f-.,t.,, S W.,..,..w.,.,,....W-.-,-was 1 . yi .tiff.sM we .ei se.-. ,sa me .f'.wy.wzs.-.ru ,smof,Lis-213.515-wil.i..7g.'iQ21-1 .1 ggwwage, -,g.eLgs- zgwyzss ,-gg. zf.9aeQ.i,,sff'-e.mg,.w1s.,,g,,.witgeg,L.s,:,xa,,.ag3,,ff use :eggfifxe Wv,fig1,u.e-,fs-3Ms.z.,..s.o",w1,.effr:Sf.w..-.w.ff.fi..s7fee-.trflgsevwfiiw ,1,i ,1,,f,rle,i Ki,i, . 5 i,,,oi. i,,.. ii,. sv.2:2232QiQ.MizQeritr.a,e-2iiIQQQQra1.szitQveweaweatQ.W-a.fi.211Q2afwrfm.lSa..t-5.is::,..a.ef-1..mf2- A quiet, behind the scenes, efficient worker was Effie jo Melton. She received the honor of Outstanding Member of F.H.A. and was a Candidate for State F.H.A. Secretary. Effie jo Melton also con- tributed her services to Pep, Tri-Hi-Y, Hon- or Society and Young Doctors Clubs. In the past she has helped on the Junior and Senior Prom Committees and was a very active participant on the Senior Work Day Committee. S s i Cheerleader Barbara Mielo took top journalistic honors in her sophomore year by being named Editor of the "Echo," In her junior year she held the same position and spent' a great deal of time this past school year as Advertising Manager of the "Echo." Her literary knack was put to further use as Editor of the "Dijest" in her sophomore year. Also, a politician, Barbara was elected secretary of the sophomore class. As a junior, she was chosen as a Calendar Girl. Barbara was an avid participant in Quill and Scroll, Student Council, French Club and Pep Club, and managed to cap- ture two trophies in the SHS bowling league. 50 5 mt an-t , ft Y sif f!?1fW F' 'w,5s1Q1'1""'4 5 fs'eng'--,'1',:M54?f12-sit5H5,f'e:X'1'QL'5i like are eafifstg 5 gf. -4 P1 way: sara. ,w,,, aiwf' fr-1:'ivtg.,5,ff1f1t,ftQMfM yi . , ,.ewc, f. wa .,,- :..m..,a.fe,,-s.,- f-af-fw-- .wt are f ..grS::,2a,s.3l .. ., ,. . Cathy Mizell twirled for two years on the junior Varsity Majorettes, and continued in that line by making the Varsity Squad as a senior. Trying her hand in student government, Cathy worked as the Junior Class Treasurer. The same year she was a Girl's State Candidate and received an N.E.D'.T. Award. Juniorettes inducted Cathy into the club as a sophomore. Cathy thereafter joined Honor Society, and Pep Club. Playing a major role in Stranahan's beauty contests, Cathy was picked as a calendar girl and elected to the Civitan Queen's court. V: E ff ' f IEP. i ff s .S 2551 ! wife 4 'S . me 'igt ftgygcgx re els? c L . w x 'F s ,L , ,.. 2 . Q, ' if 1 -,kk 4 - ' . ' . .f ' ' 5 5 .,..tW A . ,'., . S rf tifgi at my S Z 5 E! wr if 'ZI T I' Q 4 Hgaraia. .,.,. , Sue Montgomery became a prominent fig- : in Stranahan's beauty contests. She was cted Calendar Girl Candidate for two years, :ame a Showboat Queen Nominee, and was :ed to the Junior Prom Queen's Court. r outstanding victory as a senior came when 2 was honored as a senior Prom Queen ndidate. Sue rose to height in science by winning rd place in the Chemistry Division of the 53 Science Fair. Supplementary activities luded Anchor Club, Quill and Scroll, nor Society, Student Council, and Pep 1b ,fzgy M1193 'uf 1. 'ef' E1 . ' . ts, 3' 1 R The Voice of Stranahan-at least the morning voice-was Frank Sheeman, who faultlessly announced the coming events for each day. Frank held membership in Civitan, Math, French, Projection, Science and German Clubs. He was elected Treas- urer of Math Club and Corresponding Secretary of Civitan. He was a National Meril Finalist and a Telluride Candidate. m l b k .V . . , fr mM.wMwmwm,,f-wuwrwsrasgwr.:WM.wawwwowf h.,,,,,,W.,, tc,, ,M .4,a,.,1.a,..uN.u...,a.,,a.,...,.sW.r.,sa.s,.M.r,.....,... liiif , Q is JE . F f r f S' l ill. T T l H l A ,.,,. www w i .a iz - H ts , V , - " A ' ' M 'S'sflg,g4.zg5rf,ls?f1-Si -nf L," 'Z M ' .t K ' - ' -W ' 1 ,fs at ses K iff s 5. 52 Doug Splane, football letterman, received hon- orary membership in the All Gold Coast Con- ference Football Team. He was also a basket- ball and track enthus- iast. Doug held the office of Vice President in the Honor Society and was a member of Ex- change Club and Stu- dent Council. Teri Turner's dynamic ability in public speak- ing Won her the first place in the Voice of Democracy Contest in '63-'64, and the Thespian Award in 1963. Participating in juniorettes, Thes- pians, and Quill and Scroll, Teri was also a member of Honor Society. She was also honored as a delegate to Girl's- State. Teri spent many hours working on the class plays, "What a Life," and "Macbeth" 'firm ggweww I M ag, W is7,wrtei,, Seng,-sm5,,,v ?,gf,, ,Me,W,i3,ie- -sq, N. in-r,.se,,sr4em,,gri Qwsifesseikediwlw iframe' ,WL sawwimkq as rss' S- if-if , lliieffgi 9 fs is f le gs if fe? ' g f 6 iggrssigrrggy is are e ,sr :fa A, ,sr we ag, .wie sefwrzfigsv-fe22''as5frgfgefagqglgzwiwrsfairiieiifdxmav,2?f4saW'li1wffs2:2vM" iawf1?3s,i i,isa:,?s1s,1Iwssgrgwgicmieqrfrzarre Industry and intellect describes Helen Valin, Salutatorian, who was elected to the honored post of P.T.S.A. Student Vice Pres- ident, an office that she filled with exemplary merit. Helen headed the Usherettes for '64 and was Vice President of French Club, Secretary- Treasurer of I.C.C. and a member of Honor Society. The much coveted Scholarship Letter was awarded to Helen in her junior year. In her Senior year she was a National Merit Semi- finalist. All County End Ed 'Virgin was elected to ne post of Student Council President for '64, Ie was also an active member of Honor Society nd Chaplain of Exchange Club. Ed was selected as Anchor Admiral, Boy's State Delegate, and Exchange Club Boy of the Year. For his scholastic and athletic ability, Ed was warded a scholarship to the University of Florida. -'ww Main .s f --45,,f1t.sm, in nfs: ,,sYffs5' :fr U - issz. z-:W I ,mln wi-2ffi--451. ith:-fi:-'t'-'1fe.:.. ---V fx if ,M fi, is rms. .-1 ,fit if-,1 Z, f ,af as , ,L Z,-,.i .a1,, Lg Y , ,f Q i '5.'f71?l' if . f.. -Qtflffk ,fl ig. if 7 The President of both the Math and French Clubs, Gerald Willwerth, also participated in Honor Society, Student Council and I.C.C. ' Gerald has been honored with the Certificate of Scholastic Achievement, Citizenship Award from the Lauderdale News and scored the highest on the National Math Contest in his sopho- more and junior years. As a member of the Track Team, Gerald participated in the newly adopted hop-skip-and-jump event. ,f 5 Zig? . 3?"?iii vii Twill., W i 7 .l?33lli'ff. h,ii5lli?f5 ' 5 QTFSWTM 455151 5y3mf..77f?l,f2"fif5 'NNMW 755 2 ?ii?fii?f:53ifit?ffL??fi1firfs53alS1v-22ali9iii52tlg3iilsE5sig3?1allyE?ZSiQ5fg'2N9gS492?fQfR3Q?g9i2?5'Ts3ff5llff:S1g If 7 HARRY ABBISS PAT ACTON LEE ALEXANDER BARBARA ALLEN LEWIS ALQUIST JIM AMADEI LY 7, I JEFF ANDERSON JON ANDERSON WAYNE ANDERSON CAROL ANGELL MARIE ANTONELLO CI-IRISFINE APEL 56 V I SESI When all of our ,oaths ,Cead separate Ways We 71 always remember Chose Wonderful days . - I FRED ARMSTRONG RONNIE ARMSTRONG SHARON ARNOLD V I7 ' ' 1 JOAN ARSENAULT GEORGIA ASH CORINNE ATKINSON TOFI ATOHI KATHERINE AVERILL JANIE BAKER JEFF BAKER TARRY BAKER TERRY BAKER 57 512115 passes sbwq 5'0r many years Urea races by quickq ,4s the md .swan uearx I T 'Y ,I FRANK BALDASARE JERRY BALDWIN JOANNA BARNARD I 1 5 5 I CAROL BARNES CHARLES BARRETT DANNY BARROW IERRY BARTER LOUISE BARTLEY LOUIS BARTON JAMES BARTZ CAROL BATES LINDA BAUERLE 58 Q! -3 V 8'l 5 X x4 , 7 6 5 I KENNETH BAUM PHILIP BAUR SANDRA BAXTER LARRY BEATTY GREG BEAUPIED SANDRA BECKETT v 1 A , ! I DAN BENNETT BOB BENNIE JACKIE BENOIT ,gf F I , i X BERARDI XIUAYNE BETTIS BARBARA BIRD lg - 9 '7 I W , ,,,. 'T Stagg .wgllil RICHARD BISHOP JOHN BLACK JOY BLACK WALTER BLACK ROBERT BLAIR GLORIA BLAKE J U ' I BRENT BLAKELEY JUDY BLANK SONA BLAKENSHIP JOHN BLATTNER KAREN BLUE KAY BLUE Une Sfmnanan newspaper 5enees tnrengn ine nal! ,4s it tells ef events ,And brings news fe all PAMELA BLUST WENDY BLUTH PATRICA BOBBING T ' q ' ,I f I MIKE BODKIN SUSAN BOECKMAN JIM BOGGS i f i W PAMELA BOHANNON HELLEN BOND LINDA BOND is A J i . A 1 JANICE BONIAL JAN BOOTH NANCY BORGSCHULTE 6I Che Dragan brought spirit Cv each 116W race ,4s we hugh! for Wctory With itqhity ahd grace 'H 5 - Y PATTI BOSTIC LORRAINE BOUTZILO SANDY BOWEN A 7 Y f X A RUSS BOY MARY BOYER NANCY BRAGDON " r XV , ir 2 ARDEN BRAKE PETER BRANDENBURG MIKE BRANDON W2 ' Y V DON BRANNER ROGER BRAULT JACK BREWER 62 'Vim A 1 Q PAM BRIDGES LOU JEAN BRIN RHONNIE BROTMAN CATHY BROWN MARYSIA BROWN RICHARD BROWN ' Y' . 'I' f ROBERT BROWN SUSAN BROWN BECKY BRUMBAUGH S 1 If' 'H MIKE BRUNO PETE BRUNNER JOHN BUCK 63 Ig .,a .3 . iz f A MELVIN BULMAN JEAN BUNNER JEANNE BURGE MERLENE BURGESS SHIRLEY BURKS ALICIA BURNS JIM BURNS DIANE BURTON WILLIAM BURTON 3 r ,I I X V 1 3 I .J 114222 1 1: I I E 1 Q ' Kite 1 H Z I 2 , , gn u mir, Qs PAM BUSH BRUCE BUTTON JUDY CAGLE 64 l , ?er Zellege bound students Uzese books are indeed .14 hetv to infarm them Of what they will need MIKE CALKINS CLAUDIA CALVERLY JEAN CALVERT JOHN CALVERT ARCHIE CAMERON SUSAN CAMPBELL Y - e I BILL CAMPBELL PATTY CAPOZZI PAUL CARR ELAN CARTER RICHARD CARTER OLIVIA CAUDLE 65 U15 map af Slramzhau Has led our Ways Cha! We have fallvufed Offer pas! schavl days. i 'Y A 1 BUDDY CAVENDISH RAY CAYUSO SUE CHAMBERLAIN SUSAN CHAMBERS BRUCE CHANDLER DIANE CHAPMAN V v A y f A? Y X ' NANCY CHAPMAN JOEY CHEATHAM RHONDA CHERNAULT - 1 s R 2 V ' BOB CHU-DER5 DONNA CHILTON MARC CHINOY 66 ll. I f- ife' Ymzmamg' vs. -f -., -' W 1 if 4 Q if - .1 - gg. ,, fm-I new 2 ff 5 L, ,fxgsg , ,fag , www ' Q I ' K L fs L I Egg? Un Kms X .-f s 1 X ua 'yu 6 J naw .,,31 ,.., - 5.1. , '51 32 V "il 1' ,Jil if yzfmr... 31 I -ff ff .I I ' I 3 Y' Y JUDY CLARK PAUL CLARK LONNIE CLARK i 7 5 'III TIM CLARY DAWN CLEM KATHY CLEMES 1 1 W PATSY CLOWNEY CHARLES COKER RANDY COLEMAN Y 'V V I I MARGE COLICCHIO BRIAN CONBOY BILL CONLEY 67 JOANNE CQNRATH DICK CONWAY CHARLOTTE COOK BOB COOPER IEANNE COPELAND BOB CORSINO JIM COSTANZO DON COSTELLO SHERRY COX Y SANDRA COY 68 BILLY CREAIG TER1 CREED We will never forget ,As our school year passes Che grades We made 1711 all our ckzssca r f I 1 , A BETTY CREEKMORE ARLEEN CRONIN TOM CRQW . V RN T PATTIE CUMMINGS DEANNA CUNNINGHAM STEVE DAIL RICK DALLAIRE MARY DARBRO BRIAN DAVIS 1' b 1 Y 1' ' CATHY DAVIS JIM DAVIS JO ANN DAVIS 69 Our year fakes form Zfirreuglr these Wim strive C0 lead our ekzss Hy their determined drive ' x V f I If MARILYN DAVIS RICHARD DAVIS SHARON DAVIS I 5 H THOMAS DAVIS ALICE DAWKINS CORALEEN DAWLEY f If ' r 1 Y MIKE DAY WINFRED DEAL RONALD DEARING if ! 3 KAREN DEBEVEC ALLEN DEIBERT CLARKIA DENNIS 70 ' ' '- , IIIE Eckbarii I I I J gi M25 LVLL I 59 Sr. 59C '5,e'f'2fs2fi - -- rf 5 LwQ.Qx5, RUTH DENNIS JOE DE STEPHAN DON DETMER Y Y ' T if 3 I 5 MIRIAM DETTRA JACQUE DEVEREAUX NOLAN DE WITT V EH 1 RICHARD DEXTER CYNTHIA DEW GEORGE DICKMAN x 7 1' LEE DiDOMENICO XVES DILLARD DOUGLAS DIXON 7I my :,: 55 1 CAROL SUE DODGE CHERYL DODSON DAVID DOEL KATHLEEN DOETSCI-I CAROL DOLLAR BRIAN DORRELL JILL DOTTS MARSHA DOTY ED DOUGHTY H 2 I rr I JIM DOUGLAS CLAUDIA DRAKE MARTHA DRANE 72 Uiaughfs of the pas! .711 this fhufer are fauud .As in auf memories Uzey will always be baumt SHIRLEY DRUCK TERRY DUKE JUDY DUMONT SANDY DUNBAR SALLY DUNN NICK DUVA JACK EADS VICKEY EARL DICK EAVENSON CAROL ECKHARDT CRAIG EDEWAARD NELLIE EDWARDS 73 Che by 19" for Strrzhahah .79 ah horror te receive Studehte Werh Ilfldlfy heurs Z'his letter te achieve GREG EICKWORT BARBARA ELDON FRANK ENGLISH ROGER ELLIOT GEORGE EUWEMA JOHN EVANS JUDY EVANS WADE EVANS STEPHEN EVERHART MIKE EWING LYNN EZELL SANDRA FABER 74 if ,J-'ii X 1 '. . L- I f iwwz, Q-.Q4 e2. ia m ,v zfaw U gm 5 I ' - ff-'WW ' BEVERLY FARELL PAT FARRIS MARILYN FAUCERA MARY FAYME JANET FEBRO PAULA FERADO JOHN FERRIS CINDY FERRO DOTTIE FIELDS KATHY FINK BOB FITZGERALD KIP FLANDERS 75 I, . vllv 5 ",,:v r .,.,., -,:v E ,,- . I -QV ri- ,. .' ' 1' 1 :Q 1 ' QQ, 1 '- 'B I I A 1 ll f I . ' 5 I an f 5' W . X 'I' I Q KAREN FLOYD DON FOLEY MIKE FOLEY V f I I I' GLORIA FOOTE KAY FORBES GAYLE FOSTER ARDA FRANCISCO LINDA FRAZIER BOB FRENCH JANE FREY RUTH FREYMUTH BECKY FRIEND 76 Defeat and gain ,Are one in the sam: Har We are victors Jn whatever the game N ' 1 . K Y 1 ' If , VICKEY FRIES DAVID FRISBY ROY FROID W ,. .V , 1 D ? V fL I CAREN FULLER AILEEN FURIOSI GRANDY FURTICK I 1' V I .ff JOHN GALL1 MIKE GALLAGHER SHARON GALOP . ' a 1 CHRIS GARBE DAVID GARDNER FRANK GARRO 77 78 lu fzhal rcmembrance Our trophies we leave Z0 rcwrd the hanors ' ' ! 1 LIN GASS KARLA GEBERT MARTHA GEBERT Q .A- A , V I 4 NANCY GEHWEILER SUSAN GERDETZ WILLIAM GERRARD DIANE GERSTENSLAGER SANDY GIAMPAPA GLORIA GILLESPIE JAMES GILLIAM NANCY GLISSON DIXIE GODSEY Um! wc straw ta achieve: I If Y' I PAT GOFF LYNN GOOLEY ROBERT GORAL r A 3 I if 'I i JIM GORDON ROSEMARY GORTH JUDITH GOSSETT 'E I 1 1 7 ELSIE GOULET VAN GRAHAM GARY GRAY f X 1 A'-A -I fy CHARLES GREEN ART GRIFFIN SANDY GRIFFITI-I 79 lv I f' I I I? Y , JERRY GRIMS SHARON GRIZZLE LINDA GRUNWALD CAROL GUENTHER LORRAINE GULLO KATIE GUSTAFSON MIKE GUTHRIE MARTIN HABEL MIKE HAFER JIM HAHN GARY HAINLINE TONY HALASKA 80 Utne is an important tning ,And wading is related Ga in to and a book to mari Ilanr time an tnzls' 114 slated F '5 V 1 g , X 1 JANE HALL GRACE HAMILTON MARCIA HAMILTON HELEN HAMM KEN HAMMOND LULA HAMMONDS y f V f JANE HANCOCK JUDY HANCOCK JOHN HANEY T ' T ' Y JACK HANNA JUDY HARGRAVES ALAN HARMS 8I Cnc Strananan saniars 6an naw their say By placing fnangnfs new ,flnyfirnv af the day. CHALLAN HARRIS GEORGIA HARRIS NAT HARRIS PAT HARRIS NANCY HATCH CAROL ANN HAY FRED HAYDEN KENNETH HAYNES ALAN HEAD DAWN HEATON STEPHEN HEEENER ANN HENDRICKS 82 i S U GG sq il ES Nl if T 4 U I Q1 ON. x, I ' I LYNN HENDRY VICTOR HERRIT BARBARA HERTER W ' f V .1 DICK HESSLER STEVE HIGHTOWER NORMAN HIRSCHFELD I 'WY ELLEN HOEENER BECKY HOEGSTEAD JOYCE HOERSCHEMY ER W I - I STEVE HOLLINGSWORTH GRACIE HORSEMAN JIM HOWARD 83 THE SHRENE XV? A A . Q .,k,,,, ' . R S fv,.,'v 1 5 IIA I SUE HOWARD ALMA HOWSER JUDY HOYT PAM HUDLETT VINEY HUGHES LAURA HUNT 4 ii' i V F 1 LYNN HUTCHINSON CAROL HYLTON MERRY HYMA if h I V 7 1 PETER ICKES TOM INGLE VALERIE INMAN 84 Fnssoouf ,4 heritage symbol .?or all to sect .75 llzzls' democratic shrine 221 zz mztzlm thai? free TIM INSERRA JANET IVERSON JIM IVES 1 MY v 1 DARLENE JACKSON NANCY JACKSON SHARON JACKSON e J " j Q Y LARRY JAKUBAITIS THOMAS JAMES DAN JANIS 'I f f CAROL JENNINGS JO ANN JOCIS BETH JOHNS Uris emblem shall always .711 aar hearts abide: ,4s we remember ear sehaal Wim aadyirra pride. Jr rv gf 1 5 i 5 SUE JOHNS DAVID JOHNSON IRV JOHNSON , if ' JERRY JOHNSON JOLA JOHNSTON ROBERT JOHNSON ' f If F Y 1 ROBERT JOHNSTON LYNDA JONES DAWN JOY SHARON JOYCE TRUDY JOzs1 LARRY JUDD 86 JACK KABAT RICHARD KALIE BILL KAPPES 1 Q, I' V 1 ' I TOPPER KEEFE EUGENE KEHRLI STEVEN KEISER A X J , , I Y rf If TERRY KELLY JERRY KENNEDY KATHERINE KENNEDY MARILYN KERCE JEFF KIELBASA CONNIE KIMBALL 87 r Af 1 yr gf I fl MARY KING SUE KINSLEY DON KISER Y 5 V F f 1 GEORGE KITCHIE GARY KLINDT KATHY KLUBERG ASG 1' Y I i DAVID KNIGHT CHRIS KNOX soPHIE KOPPLEMAN A If I I JANE KOPROWSKI DIANE KORE GLENN KORMAN ,4! ine entrance te cnr sence! Cnere is placed n plaque: unfn ine dale '5'7'1 C0 nnzke ns think back. I ' ' ' x ? SUSAN KOVACS ANN KRUMHOLZ JEFFERY KUHLMAN 2 I If 7 PHIL KUHN THOMAS KUKOWSKI LARRY KUNSLER P' ff Y' I DAN LACROIX SUZANNE LAFITTE WILLIAM LaGASSE SHARON LAMB DORTHEA LAMB PAT LAMB 89 Uzese are the tools Remember the Writing Kzyhf up le the bell JOHN LAMP JODY LAND JOYCE LANDON L V . MAhe I BOB LANGFORD LYNN LARSEN DENNIS LaRUE LARRY LASHBROOK VICKY LAUTH LORRAINE LAWRENCE I f Y s CHERYL LAWYER TIM LAYMAN GERALDINE LEAP Which helved us se ufelb 3 EK M 45kV R 1 A X '.-- .,,.,.. . - SHERRY LEASURE JOHN LEATHERWOOD ANNA LEHOTAY Q 1 A FRANCINE LERNER SHEILA LEXVIS MARY LIDDELL PAUL LINDOERFER LEE LINKOUS JILL LINNERT 7 ' V , 1 ' Y 'I A A 3 x BRUCE LITZKOW BILL LINNE OSCAR LLOPEZ 9I JOE LODRICK SUE LOPEZ JOE LORD L i I S A RICK LOUDEN MOLLIE LOVELADY LAURIE LOWEN JOHN LOWRY SUE LUDWICK LARRY LUKE . 1, 3 ,, I I i RONNIE LUKIE SHEILA LUNDBERG SHARON LUNSFORD We shall never forge! Che spirit we had U0 spar our team ea Ja geea times or had VAUGHN LUTEN LINDA LYLE SHERRY LYNCH I. V ' If I f V I , W ROBERTA LYNCH GEORGIA MACCHIO BARBARA MacNEIL 1 I I' 1 I? GAIL MAHARTY KATHY MAHLMAN NANCY MAHONEY 7 2 x ef DENNIS MAHOOD DAGMAR MALLARD SHEILA MALOY 93 Zfotsfcps resaum! Ufraugh the hall Hringing back memories Of passes and all V ,V I V DENNIS MALLOY RON MANCHETTE ELLEN MANSFIELD r 7 V V 5 JEANETTE MARROW PAT MARSHALL ROBERT MARTIN I 1 I 1 DENNIS MARTIN CHERYL MARTIN HARREE MARTZ I X G ,A , GLORIA MASSARO JOE MASSARO RUTH MATTOX 94 A-T2 , ,NX I :mf '-.WR ""4f ' ,f M . 4 ,J , , , -3+ .4 Q ,- fflifxjt , fy FT , 1. " -"M , ,gag FL w- ,. In E +' -N ... L. ff' Jw 'ffw .Q W: .,,V ,,. ...A mfr, I " .J " Wtfvn, WR' I ... -.,. A. i 1 4' .9 , - cfAf4ff': : Q' ' I Y A Y I 5 L ' ED MAXWELL BARBARA MAZUR HOWARD MCALLISTER Y! I' W, ' LOIS MCBURNEY JACK MCCAHILL PAT MCCANN E V ' KITTY MCCARROLL SUZANNE MCCARTNEY ED MCCLUNG 1 'Y I Y CATHY MCCARTY JIM MCCOLLUM BRUCE MCCULLY 95 gm SHIRLEY MCCULLAR JUDY MCEWEN JOEL MCGOMORY ' X ' ' '- JOHN MCKINNEY DENNIS MCMANUS SUSAN MCNIEL F V V Y A Y MARIE MCQUAIG ANDY MCQUIGG STAN MCWORTER 514 1 S 1 A 1+ V , EFFIE JO MELTON SANDY MENDICINO MARY MICHAUD 96 Throughout the sehoal The studeuts give heed G1 the wives they heur ,4ud uhuouheefueuts they read RICHARD MICHAUD GLORIA MIDENCE BARBARA MIELO Y ' I "" ' I . I CASSANDRA MILLER ELMO MILLER ROBERT MILLER 3 I 3 ' :'e' 11311 RUTH MILLER CHARLES MILLS WALTER MITCHELL Y w YI 5? DON MITCHELL PATRICK MITCHELL PAT MITTERER 97 Che elulf activities ,Are pasted each Week 221 give the students The news that they seek. CATHY MIZELL TOM MOCK SANDRA MONKS PAT MONTE SUE MONTGOMERY JOHN MOORE LUCI MORGAMAN MONICA MORRIS GLENDA MORTON HAZEL MOSLEY DAVE MOUNT SUSAN MOYNIHAN 98 GEORJA MURPHY KEN MYERS PAT NANTOVECK JERRY NAPOLITAN CHET NEWCOMB FRANK NISWANDER CHARLES NOLEN ED NORMAN GLENN NORTH DAVE NYE DOANE O'CONNELL MARIANNE O'DONNELL 99 155-'UZMEMZM11112711302S I " ' 1 V777 R l' I ,? ' 1 . I 60 Skill nd lenogf K00W'gd98sX?lC IRI , colors men see. I S, . Q Ogg W ' ' g I RRE I kpwnahan we bow to Q ,leach son look up fo gn vw'f0Pv- 8I Ma1er. we love TYWQLQIQ 5 -v ig I L yalty. VV I 1 i A I p ng V I 1 E I L Y E CHRISTINE O'KANE GALYE OLCOTT JIM OLIVER I 1 v f XVILLIAM OLIVER PEGGY O'NEIL GIRARD ORLANDI KAREN ORR FLOYD OSTERMAN 1?RED OSTRQM DANIEL OUZTS PRISCILLA OWENS IANICE OZER l00 Withih our hearts Uhe tuhe will rihg, Wheh far the last time Chis sohg we sihy. PATTI PAGE CARYOL PAHI. KAREN PALASAY MARILYN PARENTEAU SUSAN PARK JUDY PARKER I I I' 1 , ? 1 KEITH PARKER TROY PARRISH MADALINE PASQUALE ' YY U 'T TIM PATRUS NAOMI PAUL DONNA PAVEY I OI ,4 Drager: of arrmge We put err nur ear G1 drlsplay our selreal spirit Wherever We are. JEFF PHELAN CAROL PHILLIPS PENNY PHILLIPS ' ' Y- I AMELIA PICARDI BOB PIERCE CAROL PIERCE MICHELLE PIERCE BILLIE ANN PILDNER DIANE PINDER STEVE PLANT JOHN POLNISH BETSY POPHAM CHERYL PORTER MARY PORTER LOUISE PORTRAIS ' V ' I. -I' .' DAVID POTTER SANDIE PRESCOTT MARY PRIEST 1 1 Q1 A1 WILLIAM PRIEST BARBARA PRYOR BILL PURCELL NORMA PYETT VENITA QUICK CHRISTOPHER QUINBY IO3 1, P' If f Y . f TED RADKE GERALD RADOMSKI JIM RAFFA RQBERTA RAMALEY ANN RANDABOLDT PAUL RASMUSSAN JANE RAY BILLIE REARIC KAREN REINER Y 6 Y V BILL REMINGTON BILL REPSHER RICKY REYNOLDS IO4 Ure Wad? grows ledger ,As the years pass aa, Qradr names that are added Of seaiars who are gene 1 w r I xg X A J STEVE RIEDEL BARBARA RICKER BARBARA RILEY rr JOHN RING ROBERT RIPPLE DIANA ROATH RUSTY ROBB BRUCE ROBBINS TERRY ROBBINS GWYNNE ROBERTS GARY ROBINSON HAROLD ROCKWOOD l05 Cnc Strannnan pennant Gobrcd orange and lllnc prevails over all RANDY RANDALL RICKY ROOF BOB ROOT L JUDITH RORICK BARBARA ROSENSTIEL BRUCE ROSSMAN JOHN ROWF LYNETTE ROWELI. GREGORY ROWLAND DARLEENE ROY JOE RUSHING SHERRY RUSSELL IO6 C711 scnavl days are tnrangn. GARY SALTUS DONNA SAMAL SUE SANDERS 'X Q DARLENE SANDSTROM DOUGLAS SANGSTER KATHLEEN SATTLER BOB SAUSSER ANNE SAVAGE KURT SCHEIWE CAROL SCHIERHOLT MARVIN SCHIERHOLT BARBARA SCHLEGEL IO7 431 T E A 'Q 1 I g 4 S TED SCHINDLER BARBARA SCHMIDT PAUL SCHMIDT If ALLEN SCHMITZ MELANIE SCHMITZ JEAN SCHROEDER 4 , X V if I LARRY SCHWIMNER MARVIN SCOTT PAM SEIG Y A l f EJ I V fr T JOHN SELF CURTIS SEXVELL BRUCE SHAFFNER l08 Remembering the events Ura! were pasted here We reerzll the memories Cha! Were se dear DEREK SHANNON ELLIS SHAPIRO MARGIE SHARP Q . 1' FRANK SHEEMAN VERNON SHEESLEY CATHY SHEETS 5 i L ' 7 CATHY SHERLOCK KIT SHIRES KENNETH SINCLAIR CAROL SIPPEL CONNIE SKIFF DAVID SKILES I09 Our wafers are warn 1311! still they display Che Dragan who led us ,All along the Way. 1 - , 1, DAVID SKIPP LYNN SLACK CAROL SMILEY BILL SMITH DIANE SMITH GAYLE SMITH JOLENE SMITH JULIA SMITH REGINALD SMITH VAN SMITH SUE SMOKER RUSSELL SMOLTER Y 7 -I I I I' CHERYL SNYDER JAMES SORRENTINO MARSHA SPECK JOHN SPERA DOUG SPLANE LARRY STANTON CAROL STAPLETON SUE STASIK LEE STEELE REGINA STEELER ELIZABETH STEIN PEGGY STEPHENS I I I PAT STEPHENSON MARGERET STEWART JEAN STOEFFLER 1' Y I I 1 1 PAULETTE STONE VICKY STONER BRUCE STRANDHAGEN Y X : GARY STURGIS GEORGE R. SUIT JOSEPH K. SUIT ' 1 1 " ' ' 1 BOB SULLIVAN DAVE SULLIVAN STEVE SWANSON ll2 3 -Y Uris lasting key Will bak tho door 0 soo! tho memories .7oroooro1ora EW I' -" 2 1 TERESA SWEAT KEN SWEDROE JAMES SWINFORD 'ii Y E To I SUE TABBERT BILL TARLETON JOAN TAYLOR V ,, Y I f K- JEANNE TAYLOR BOB TELFER ALLISON THOMAS 1 'V I ,f BILL THOMAS JOHN THOMPSON SUSAN THOMPSON I I3 ,4 fcakng of love Qar auf school We bean ,711 dzlvpkzying the ring GLENDA THOMASON JACKIE THORNBERG JEANNE TIBBETTS ir i I f TED TGLLETT CAROL TONG BRUCE TORRANCE FRED TOSH RICHARD TOWNE JEAN TRAUTHWEIN LS' .I l' I WILLIAM TRUXAL FRANCES TURNER TERI TURNER I I4 Um! We shall always Wear. ' ,- fmt' J if 1 V V f V g I KAREN TUXBURY GREG TWIGGS JIM ULLOM PAT UNDERWOOD CAROL USBECK HELEN VALIN Y 7 7 ! x S 5 JOE VALLONE JACK VANDERPLATE JANE VANDEVANDER W 1 .Y r f PEGGIE VANN SUSAN VAN WYK RICHARD VEITCH I I5 - 7 ig, N 1 ,vw X, 95 X 4:-2 f ,fn M, , , M , ,fy -, 1-9, W A Q I . Y 5 CHUCK VESSEY ED VIRGIN DONA VORDENBERG X 'W' 1' U ' CATHRYN WABBY RICK WAGER BARBARA WAGNER DAVID WAINWRIGHT GARY WALDRON SANDRA WALLER 5Iw?INffE4f ,imrgif V 'wif Y I I F JIM WALSH JUDY WALSH RICHARD WARREN II6 The divlemd is' the goal Liar which We aimed ,4nd as our studies ended Our ,mee we claimed Y ' " ' 1 JIM WATIER JOYCE WATSON BRUCE WEAVER f " ' 1 ROBERT WEBSTER GARY WEED JANE WEERSING CARL WEIDLING LOUIS WENDLER CAMILLA WESTLY 1 J v WY . Y .. PAM WETHERINGTON MARTHA WHEELER CAROL WHITE II7 Uris cad: of our schaal We will always wean ,4.s' ll symbol of pride 4711 our thaughls if will bear V Y f' V KA AL WICI-IT JAN WICKMAN SHERRI WIGGLESWORTH GAIL WILDER DANNY WILKAS TRACY WILKINSON Y 1 yy -L, ! WY Y BOBBY WILLIS GERALD WILLWERTH DIANE WILSHIRE Y ' 1 Y EV , QI I I JAMES WILSON MARVIN WILSON CAROLYN WILSON f 5 STEWART WINGER KAREN WINKOPP BOB WINQUIST CHRIS WINTERS CAROL WISE ROGER WISE ' y Y Y 'I RICHARD WISNIEWSKI CAROL WITTE DON WOLF v al r I - GREGORY WOOD BOB WOODALL KATHERINE WOODMAN I I9 '1 J I ff .ig I I " S I ' STANLEY WOODS KATHY WOODRUFF KENNETH WORONOFF f1fi' PEGGY WOODWARD BARBARA WYGANT MITCHELL YOUNG ' 1 i i NANCY ZALUDEK MARILYN ZEGEL SARRA ZEISS CINDY ZENZ FRED ZIMMERMAN CAROL ZUFELT I20 ,4s time passes aniekq Graduation draws near 221 end nappy fnefnents Zfnaf have been so dear. LARRY CLEMENTS BUTCH MCKNIGHT JOHN MILLER l2l BNI ff WF Q x N 4 2 33' " g 1- ,f f ' ge' f O 5'5" 0 ' ' f 'fn' 'Q ,ff xx ' 1 JA f v M , n V ,VY .NXXX " ' X3'ff5'Sw,g9 .f ' ' k X 'il 'N' flu-W , wi Q - L l - ' V nw 'g" 5 1 .0 I ' . lm st- ty 'mi . V ' ' - ,525 X-. F """'lm. . QQ A 5 C229 ' f I gg r ---2 WH f 63-64 V M Servieefilnb Presntenteg -t gffnenar. . . J-lekn Bend Uivztan. . . 37red Coen fnennnge. . . Hrank Ihzntaeare Internet. . . Dennis ,Manned jnniarettes. . . Lynn Eze!! Key. . . Keith Parker Student Genneil . . . fd Zfirgnz llsnerettes. . . flelen Valin m ef ., 4 ' , Aj l , ' ff egg kg. I QRQPV N kr + ff, a 4.,., q ig Y :Q 751A-11.5.5552 1? 'QF A ' JY 1 Q u 4 STM 5 mi- v 5 .mf in A Num .,z , W :.g!?f:g.ei" ' W, Ny. --my ...AN ,M . ,. ifsfsal . TITS' YE FS! if . , vf .wmv- Y , , i ,- 5 lv' ag - . xx 5 ,A . . . And the students came marching back. XNNWNWM . - Tools of trade. -.iw X x f sf X ,six X, Juniorette Margie S? 1 'sa-. ,san-7-"fl, Miss Cole stands by while Mr. Weaver and Mr. Harding enroll students. IZ6 l ,, Juniors purchase their class rings. gs it at Qi . Q i come students! l MW N i One of the students was reluctant to come back. Karen and Kay Blue getting ready to say their speeches for Senior Class office. I27 . . . with zz kick and zz scream Coach Gibson and Sonny Hirsch discuss the upcoming football season. l28 The 1963 Stranahan Dragor Mr. Haun gives student body pep talk at the assembly. 'l ull of spirit they swing into action Underclassmen accept gym floor with spirit WM' An L dummy hangs high .L ,f""'1 MN X 'CN in-X xx 'KJ' 'Y , is QQ I 3 . . . and the Izumi played on Si X J f .2 f wx .xffw Q' K Riff! if l 2 5 The band officers, Steve Hightower, captain. john Yergler, lieutenant, Marv W'ilson, lieutenant, Tim Rosen, drum major, Diane Smith, majorette Captain, Allison Thomas, lieutenant. and Kathy Fink, lieutenant. listen to Miss SprOul's instructions concerning a halftime show. N.,m-..- ,-was- Q 4 ,nz 1" A Jr' - 5 .- A X, V M. ff ,ff , 1. M' ,HA UN C 1, Q ,glpl fir., . 1 .3 5 Q f dy. 5 I 14 I wr. 3.w,.-q....,Mh.,w. ,k.., W W. P "?S.f XM +I,-Q.,x 1 , Y- K wma, .1 , , jeg 1' Q .1. L, MMM V, ikyhxmgm 1 , .V mv ,Y A., -1, ,A yin, rf- ,yk ,yr1m1g,1s5ggfji!,X, M1131 , , gy , . I b riirag ,ZZ ,fy ,M 4 ,M fr 5, ,-, Z. 'fn ,4ri.,:L!1, '-Ml ws, Pl Q 'fm ,,lZ'::,. 1 fi if fi ' 4 1 - if N -N ' , 'W - , .. , 7, LA KM. yi? :mi N lr h ,K W - A , m 'frwwvw 5 , 3, ,ZF ,fMmQ,s5,ei53WMWX Mr, 2- ,g,,!. T A fS:'5f:fgu.+.1f 'R jf-fl? , A, , M. W 1:-yxffgisvi. f'S?5ff",M, ' 7-,R f 'ETTQEQW V Q' , . W . S . wx. . ' ' wr :ew K hi ex W .1 k A 15 'X Ii sy N ,uw X wk ,111 . .,,,.w,m, I lg, wfwwwffmw Q WW N. 5,5 ' f 1 ,W K gAn5Vk,,i 1 5 A fifjg x. M L Q: -1 afif L',NfT"f,.'m is at 531: wi f pe: 3 i?,z:w iV'7!'f?',2i13g,V.f,' Mfg Wg ww Q .. jj , , j I kai' hiimp. -Q --Q., 3 'Q fl' 15-52 'M J Q wi. I- mqnfwwmgwn lv n Maxam-mzmer,xEEN S . . and they blazed zz frail behind them f, , .gm ,,A. 5- 'WMK THE JUNIOR VARSITY MAJORETTES '34 Roberta Clarke, Gay Plumley, Darlene Neely, Corky Tarry, Lincla Stehle, Rita Ouzts. J if i ,rib if f i Q: , A 4 fb M2522 ,fg 1 . , Am! each month is' represented by zz !1muf1fulgirL Diana Burton gives instructions to eager candidates. Linda begins the contest with a warm smile. YY It was a hard task for the judges- K ,.E 5 ' ,.., :QV gi: Q ii : E, . s,, v. A EE:Q,q t555s:,. . 39 Es.KYZ1'.i .:.:: j ,L 5' "s: gsi -.,. ' 2 , C C an it at C i ig Q ' i:': lag ,.. i,-, ' "'Z. f ,:A. ' mf,-5' f,3.sg fg 1 ff, ,,4,. "': A 1 ti C i avi? 4, B t 92' Y an 5 1 t .,ss i ' ' C - t iii - " + nis C A K KKKV . . K K . . K i : ,KK va. " K, i . I K ' , 1 f . . 1 , , ' ' K K "1 A , ,B B A, ,C , Q 2 ,,-Q. if 1 ' X Q t . n A' ' a 3, t 'i,, ?'5' "f f , .. W M fe' C fail -af 5 if 1 54 KKK K . K ,KKK K Ki '-,K K K 2 K K 5 1 K K KK I K r KKK is gg in B li E i a' f 1 C 43'3"A' is v K - K W . V 3:6 C i ' 5 ,. if . , .df 3 SEMI-FINALISTS: Martha Wheeler, Norma Pyett, Mickie Luckhardt, Rhonda Achor, janet Iverson, Linda Ruth, Monica Morris, Patty Ca- pozzi, Cathy Mizel, Joanne Conrath, Karen Blue, Sherry Volkman, Annette Sano, jola Johnson, Betsy Popham, Suzie Hightower, Linda Camp, Berta Gustine, Nancy Rigsbee, Brenda Lansky, Mary jane Hunt, Lynn Martin, Bonnie Dunbar, Laura Hunt, Marsha Cooper, Cathy Brown, Sheri Grizzle, Sue Montgomery, Darlene Sandstrom. I36 COVER GIRL, MISS LAURA HUNT JANUARY Miss Bonnie Dunbar MARCH Miss Susie Hightower MAY Miss Ronda Achor pa. Q L 2, . K. .. if FEBRUARY Miss Pattv Capozzi ' fa - ,:s'w5if:ffMzffiiznn f f . .f .,isfwgifs:fi'1fz,4rff V2 P ' - w1,1,.ws 1,,fsL-ff-1.3m f 2 f 5 1 "' .:':.TEE5'fiE'w1' I ' ffl, I w we 1 isr'1a.7'fiTf3?4i 1" R 'QV " xg .. ,f iw I A Miss Annette Sano 3 ,, my rw f 1 .-.., f 2 f 3 Q ' .sf - ,ps 5 . . 2 K. gliks ,iw f 1 v x Q ' Q JUNE Miss Cathy Mizell JULY Miss jo-La Johnston -ky,r,, Xing K 5. QL ' 'V .fx SEPTEMBER Miss Mickie Luckhardt E Y 5 i if his m i: i X NOVEMBER Miss Linda Camp AUGUST Miss Janet Iverson R , x:,. 3 B A B. f J B v V J 'L .L 4 ssss E 725 . f OCTOBER Miss Monica Morris it DECEMBER Miss Betsy Popham f ku .x ga, 1, . , QM? :rk A " f M 'Q X 5:35 if 1 E ff E U56 QI . Q if 2,3 ,, ,, ,as 5 Ap, u 'Q , 1Q T- 1 f .,,V t Q gk? Q59 5 NN. 1' in AF E25 1 , n' 5 A ftwyeij .Vi f. my Z 3 , 5 A A ' 'R 5 EQ? W Lf . Q X 1 -' - M ag , f A 3 132,-peg?,4g :ggmA k : sg. -M ,, ' ,, 'iii as I 6 curtain rises Aspmng Thesplans try out for plays Made A scene from IZYJ' Cold In Them Thar Hillx Mishaps were common in Pardon My Seromi Scene. ,X Evil tempts Eve in the senior play Genefis. Y-.J 4 ri, M bf 1 These colleges were represented at All College Nisrht. Mrs. Miller monitors at Senior Placement Tests. .g-. - Eiifif l it is K , N- ' FST., i . . . Q .. .. l . ' M k J E'a W l I li , .. ' M f 4:5 ff' qv Some of the first Seniors to be accepted by colleges . 9 - were' Dawn Clem, Nancy Borgshulte jean Bunner, Chuck lp! Vessey, Janie Baker, Gary Waldron, ,Helen Bond, Dennis X Mahood, Barbara Wagner, and Tom james. -1 'Mx gli mf.. Major Thayer speaks to interested boys about the Air Force Academy. 143 ik' 'fn V .,w k ,kv. 1-f A '2 A ,..- The 1962 Homecoming Queen, Carol Bradley, crowns Patty Capozzi as jerry Kennedy happily looks on. si 1 4 5 1 I SMILE, PATTY! you're on Candid Camera 'Yi .av 'I' as vm' A if ' ' IQEESQ, 1 ,. .,: , iii R Punkt ffwsg ly A H 1 . it V . Vg . W Q 55: i K iwizssw 2 I W, K my N,,f'fXI ,V in L, 152335 A ir ' , Lk ff Qi fwi: ', no 1 5 ' f . S ' R 5 J i fi 1 If . K , ' ,ir , Hifi 9 -sf?,1L::. V45 ' .. K 5 32.4 f , ii ' ff-ff? , f, glifif k - 1, ' 5 i ' ' ' A if fx, X: . 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Vg, ,V el wk K fa K ,S 5 7 f y, .i.i4,-gi ig j-J.. .M :gy K mxz m f 1 -,-wf'f15'9 g, 3gi,,.35jgim,,,i Q K H? 5 , 1965-61 Homecoming Qucen Miss Piitty Cipimzzi and hu' wiiit: Mixs Piggy V.mn, Diiiim- S.mdsti'um. Miss Cathy Brown, and Miss Lnuixi Hunt, I45 The dance was the final phase of a memorable evening. ,.:"'i,, n M,-N' 5 , , A -A ..,. --- ff'f:.' z.""es3,'if. ww, . X ,, : ., gh,,..Q,meQwgvfggw,3g?ggg?5wzwz+,Q,-5, X 4 Wf , Sf' 2 K ' K Q A LL. 4 .1 'Dwi if e e ee ' :e- , , V V yh o 15 n 21, X in .emma .Q Homecoming Parade ., PX I' A K wi, , 'U gi 5-Wsxwi I 'ig yff 'EIA 1 AQ Dragonettes form an "S" ,As My i n -Q., LK dk x Q , Wx ,. , ii ' A 'pi 'W 1- 2 L .M THE CONTINENTALS Ed McClung, Mike Vitro, Mike Day The winning Thespian float mmm Kwmifl' :V bi' .4 WWW? 'S f Q ' 5 . ff wwmmwf J' POLICE Q f .1 V 6 7 hw N 7 V T' 3 ,r V M ww f ag 122 ff ' the I 5 N 1 Q ff Txxx . is , 3 ,Q sf it gf Q 3 ' ,. Q I hw ' w 'MX ., 4 , , " . QC' ,JV N X i ' E jj A 3 iw ' Q4 if ' W if fa if Vw Af is 5' ...K WW! 5 e I 1 In perfect harmany r v V . ,,,, Kbl, uuuizluz: E V V 1 'r 'ie A W 5 -ir 1 5 E , fl it 211 Q s ii 6 A fx 'f' - . .J A ZW Stranahan Singers Vocalaires and Symphonic Band at Christmas concert ll' 1 ',f3"' 152 Boy's Chorus 3 . Miss Barber lends mtercom singers in daily devotions. 53333543 V H my MW! 1 ,, T 1 ax H iw. ,,: ,T fy -S Q s-W gi F ,fy I , k g! In I , up . w f ,. ' 1 " ' f 4... A - - 49. L l M 4. .. HT 55545 ,N 55? 5 GNHQH -V 17 f, f av . H1 i . ,V 2 Nga P' ,A 5 . K , . fu GUYS Chorus 0 ,ssuvmmhg . . Our dream comes true T o s, , , s may ma' W 1' f 1' ic uftfflk , Wah I kg E' "' Lak , 1 W 1 M. t 4 , j i ,, Q .. n . V, 4 .. 'mk' sf ..., 4 't if f '," -'k' 1 K LA - . '55 V 5 , " ,K 4 jyeggiwjiewsffeipg A J "fig , , Q F Area. before construction began. Coach Wienants checks progress of pool. n,',,,,. l54 su Men Work towards completion date. Finislf l F RF PLA'NNlNG c PR n STRANAHAN I ESTIMATI T smmne DATE 97 ocrosen 23.1963 -. t Ground is broken. ' , 3.43-,Q , M up - 5 WmnQgg View 3 Mm 3-1 ,. -ww LLLL V X . XX' W 'fin . ' X 'Y ,M ,. ., 'H W3 ,ga 3-iff, .M mf-zwm X-.fV,.5g,f . - 3 ,UL -A 'f3,::313V2LWif - 3 ' V Pumps put life in our new pool. luct ZZDERLMIZLE :non Paoonsss A 'I762 51 QWIMMING POOL ,T 433.98100 . A C""m'0" DATE iT 4 , JANuAav 23.1964 333.4 3 fra, Vgigj 1 3 ff K'-5 .oxen- Wforkers make way for the new pool. Nicky Holroyd, Ed Maxwell, casts a spell. Miss Kline caught off guard. l F Gillian, Laura Hunt, has just cast her spell on Shep, Bob Wood, and they have fallen in love. Gillian, Laura Hunt, poses with Pyewackett. a A. . it Q .f xx ,. I x ' 3 Ei- 'Q ffsfi I ,N 1, A 4' W, 1 t A left f" 1 I f' A I , e .,v" il' u il u 5 , iii: fi 5 f 'wtf ,f Aunt Queenie brings Retlleclge, Bruce bICFL1IlL11'lCl, home to introduce him tO Gillian. Aunt Queenie, jane Weersing, tells of her exploits in black magic, '.S'lZ...'1-N Shep, Bob VUoml, makes excuses to his girl for being late. I57 j-vm.. si .ffl l H4 s ra 59" -' ,f M Q - 1 5, , A ' H QQ 1 -. , all P w .rf W, wi fifi W " 9 ' 'Milf' 'F' e f " h , . Y . if A . LQ W. K 55. ' lx , V M3 l - X . Elaine Dade and Rhonda Achor lead the students in a pep assembly before the Broward game. ,,A x fd, '15 We : J E 'f vs i 5 ,if The students enjoyed themselves at the Exchange Club Dance after the Lauderdale game. e' Q ,riff if Q wi' 'K' fi , iw 4 F as ar lf is L .H 3 ff ' SQ, N. .,, 1 Align: f U 1 r if? Q 'iuwM,,N,,,M.,.,.5 b .. 0 . V 3' iw e FE in QV iii , .V fr K 5 - ,iw ,. ,Q 5 '- .. ,,',wL 1f ' g , . .W , A Q: gr 0 F fr. All Q2 g ,Q , ry 4 K- , 4 iq , 5'- K kj. 5 A k kb 9' t ,K . If A 'Q V , V'Ly' f X .s V 1 7, My .wg i , - . ,, V, x i , " , Q , fry' 7 if fi .V , gl " S N e ai 1 r e u p . 1, i fn 5 f in il lL e l I-.,, i it ..:,. ,, K ,I ,ii I is -:Q:i,iy.5,1 -. Fw X, f,'l ' .A I U k-A-ez. -.,,.- gf ki .-El.- :N b In A5 ,. is , :gk 65753 : ,..1 iry V rwifhii-iw ki.,n,,,,mi,,. I V i A. . 5 l? ,430 in EA-' , i in .'-: i 'i'f" "': f M i Y Q. "' V ' ,. , ,f -Q, - - - M- , - 3 ws... . M .. - ..,,, ..- - ,tj .4 -gmt., v4f"M-'JI' K The returning alumni lineup before playing the varsity team. 'J' ,f -...an up llnul ulul, K We win again . . . . . . and again! ww W ! L M, 'ff we V? 5-K H 2:2 4.415 55235 Q Q W2 W tug! ' + ig 3-fl .53 , , ,W :A Mi NE vw f if 1 .,,J, , S 'QQ K fi Y nf , . 'fm ,... , f A H , ."' Q ii? NYIU' '17 fy-dzFx'F. M H L, ' 'i:R?!w55- iii 'T If? S5 Q . Y. M . 2 gli? ,1 ,gf Q L, , I 'H lv g'g32i:,1-ew W egf Q .-,ig 1' A if I S522 QA f5Ss:V?"i5 Vi-il "A LW 55912 -3551 " k ' A' 391 ,fat 551' is . -Xjgg,sQg-Sw 1, X ,f vw . . 'lf r 1th Rxck Qhfm In with the new This year marked many improvements for Stranahan. The begmmng of an end to wet feet is 'Q'-xg, :if Splish! Splash! I was walking to class. LV,-. A ., ,K , - .V K . 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W if, ,1 -K A I,-. if M K , Y , V - .- - W. """" V +C . 8 -I 'M Q V. M., fw HQ ' V wi. v , . .. , ,, 4 . f- ,1 aa, 5 Q. ,,n fin iid M Q' 'N W -v W v a1 Qaa c,cac an its ' c ' "Q rr f J I Y. , Q, .fav Qrv, . I I ' ,Z M im. I Lu I L, f .if , .a VV E I K K " f 'Q' Zh +., , ', "' i Randy Feather, Bob Vargo, Jeff Shaffner, Norm Volts, Steve Pischi, Mike Dumos and Mike Sorrentino illustrate Koa-Tiki for their English class. ' had X Q Q 5 Xin' A ggi....--,....1 " .f ,. W . gk VAV, AV .r r, , we T 1 .- 5. Q Qkwx e a "'w"': :fi .F Terry Heck, Bob Cuttingham, Rusty Wood, and Phil Wright re-enact Hillery's conquest of Mt. Everest. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Haltrich preview the first issue of the Dijest. s it veg? as 1 W r, , .2 it ' fmwn '-...-Tg - 'M--f ig -M-N-W ri 5? V, ' ,Q ug . ,,MM, -- mow, M A jr-4 f ,grrr Q I . , mm A f .. """""""' 1 .-W i ,. . , if . x m A ximksxvkb h'mt,,r5g m l K it P. ,um F ,, J xx.. ., Q- 1 A it I ,Q wat E KL , 4 e , 1 s- r g i fi"'5", 2 sf., f.,-,H-i1,'q ' . , f 2 5- -A . , 1 K" 5. F, .zg , f - sf -Q Q32 -Af. L A .V V Y , 5 I ,, gk , Miss Wrisley, Lee Linkous, and Gilbert Westberry work in the library. Sherry Leasure and Darlene Smith admire pictures in Hom l62 Ec. Mfr: ',:,,,,igs h. Q Q . fkwk kfy- .V fi ,Y x V lg ' ii 'L f s l 1 . f o lf Y? nv., ,M , , Q14 is I-A, sglfggiym ,h,,i,.y u a Wt55.ni? - NIM, ,Wim H 3,2 3 1 Nw - s . A, 5 f. K K wsu-ag, t K 'A 3 . fi Coach Hupp leads boys' P.E. classes in exercises. 'WE refs? .rg s Bob Root sets up type on il composing bench. QA' 'Ni Coach Wohrman takes a break 'MW Judy Cagle, Marsha Budd, and Ken Satterlee are invaded by pre-historic monsters made in art classes. 'x Qi., dh Lrden Brake scored 800 on math ortion of the college boards. Mel Bulman, Frank Sheeman and Ken Hammond are math finalists. I63 . . . with hormr and sclmlurshzjv fs N.R.O.T.C. Scholarship Semi-Finalists: Mel Bulman, Gary Wfaldron, Peter Brandenburg, Tim Patrus, Phil Baur, Arden Brake, Dr. Hunter, Lee Alexander, Winfred Deal, and Paul Lindoerfer. fp-f jsrf: ,M y . his Mr. Messer gives awards for fine work in an Essay Contest to Eden Yount, Marvin Scott, Teri Turner, and Pat Doran. Tony Pritchett fleftj of Stranahan, displays award certificate in Letterhead Contest. . . . with pride they display I s colfsfsd scholarship letter RHONDA BROTMAN K ii ...- E I. 'EFNH :- f.1Me:ss . 5 1-, .: 'ixfjzj ,495 -' gf., -Q. 1 -' 5'l33I -'f?'Ef5,'l' k -lfF19Yj,i.v yr: LF.-ij:--xgzsfiz 1 ,Jinx j.'-,92Q.,k,A.5-5'Q'f1Q+ g ps-5-Qfk' :g3w:fpff ., N ss,, M s sg A, :-.:: fw.ftwfdsf.ms-' - S, 2 .s-asf, I i V . .wh .34 -:n fs JOANNE STENGER 1962-63 winner Tippy Valin proudly wears her letter. ED EVERS , iam WENDY CHAPELLE GEORGIA MACCHIO . . . from dreams fa reakfy ,. ..., gpm., 5 ?L ig at t r e J 2-r b' V r - K ii - EMR The Science Fair-a big success-displays talent of Stranahan students. Grand Prize winner Roy Froid . . . He might develop a superior race of robots yet! Archie Cameron looks at the winning project . . . "Is it animal, vegetable, or mineral?" I66 Richard Lindstrand's project showed hard work and a lot of ingenuity. sf fr f . y fig 'S fit f' 5 212 of -i :fit ' W- raw F vfi- i. .- ,,,yW,, it ' . N Y 'K y my , Q s A y , 1 6 - it if Mi? ff' if H3 ' 4135 ,if .sr mpnniw "Hello, all you happy people in Stranahan land . . says Bob Martin from his radio station in the Science Fair. Chemistry invades the library or-From the innermost confines of the science rooms to the library in great style! , nm iw' , 3 Gsvfff :mm 01' A ' ' W cmnm A onUU""' -11'Y"' A third place winner in the fair. Wum-: M103 I67 Sa an to the World ls' Shir e W vs n, e W gf ' 1: W aw W v D I HELEN SPORYL 1964 Stranahan Band l I68 The band gives a concert for a convention at the Galt Ocean Mile Hotel. Seventy talented and hard-working people, led by a capable director. LA,.YlC, it .1 the f'ir.ffc:,sa, rf.fraL,Q5L2 m:tec+vaE':Y :nate wg- its jiiifww-t sf-i?'i,c iiiliy -Q-wzazjrfieii Quo E-Iiilif SCHCXQL :QYf'iP!5UEf3C 314.551 :cr pq-worm ' rrmxurt April 35 thru bifay 5, Nrvi, sms? ifeiiiiiftihcv, fx misfit- A ciiuiwfzzsa imc Lies goniarznae an their ffEmc:5:nt', filaim yrllflii :i'Er'1?U3,, gwmfivuslfy frsiablmfifzei .r .,:,ni'e-wie, L1:g:t'cem,gz'1', asf: .marc n sugh Qmilvrc yfsrrivng we ,gigwt my Eiii Yi "5T,E2v,Zilj5iQ3:iE i7z2Ibf'i.1fhi.,a Zilaii fiw Liiiv at Ferl Lfluf.iefi.gf5a,2v: Density geiivxwvfiuiigiam :sou xiagggriafswg Uwe Eif3A:JAimi!- elif' 'HIHCYUL iE'5!Ui'P?i0biIil 5324539 of 'tr'm:f hsudwr 4-fs' Uiizeizxi :vm:zaW Fair damn' aiuzimgv 14321 gwcitici npxix ,E tore my 5, MM, ami .Ski if FZEKQH-'HR JQQZFSGYNED That Life lawn? motaikczzsi 3414152 fxfnsygvsagibfex ,fi gqrwii will Law :apmsizgatiiulg :rw citifvms of for igrsgmggontz in the FA?5t,1,i4Uff ?'Er0r4,IDA oxpoaitirm mi :mg Ng, Miss? AYUBLQL Qi 1Qfffl!i,EfiA:f. Sxfklis mlm me sg' jmiurriy, sk. L. lima .,4..r,, ,r.M..,.., ,W ww- fx-Q 4' , i mlm X Q-:wr The band's invitation to the New York XVorld's Fair for the first week in May, 1964. 3 K - f aw! X XJ 4 'w?,e? ,J Q if l K I 'X Y Q X ff 1 3 f X ff V' .V M., Q f ,ff Q ' X 5 Xg ,JJ Wi . . . far thc' schalarshzyfs we Wrfrked ff.,-F i The beginning of a hard day's work? Not really! One problem: "How does this thing work ?" if L y Cathy Hollinger is finally happy-"It Works and it wasn't even that hard!" "My: what an interesting-looking thing." Teri Creed says "Just wait till I find a parking meter violation." l72 SUCCESS THROUGH KNOWLEDGE "Excuse me, sir, Can I please see your license?" t Q, BHD mgwh 701299 'gsm V4 M V, 'K Effie jo Melton wishes she could do this more often. i 5.55171 The phone was kept pretty busy, but we aren't sure too many appointments were made when Allison Thomas took over. 1 l 2 5 Sharon Grizzle plays secretary for Z1 day. ' 23 is ig, I , , Q. 5, M vfriyi Q ffizlffil etrt F R 2 2 it , A wk X V, J 2 K t V W V L K. , it JL X i, . , Wifi? N LZ' sf f i e , ,-.' F ' i 21: .. i V r ' . 'f :1 1: -'bilfiilik . ' . ' if ' f 5, FIRST ROW: Barb Schmidt fco-chairmanj, Gail Wilder fsecretaryj, Allison Thomas, Dianne Smith. SECOND ROW: Lorraine Bout- zillo, Jane Ray, Ruth Miller, Karen Winkopp, Billie Ann Pildner. THIRD ROXW: Katy Gustason fco-chairmanj, Betsy Popham fsecretaryj, Carol Witte, Nancy Borgschulte, Cathy Protheroe. FOURTH ROW: joleeri Smith, Kathy Doetsch. FIFTH ROW: Ellis Shapiro, Greg Rowland, Robert Goral, jim McCullom. I73 to the Wvrldis' hir 70 band members and 47 chorus members are off to the WorId's Fair Q under the ?larida palms the rewrefzw af meter prevails -C QQ-',.,,,f, . . . ,115 thc sun brings in the spring fide .1- 1, .1 Q Ja ,w a .1- sf ,ar .M 4 am' . Nfl Q 6 f,,,,,e Q91 K 51 ua., " -If . xi 3, " jg' 592-4,944 ' ul N . Kitty McCarroll, jerry Napolitan, Sue Smoker, Rusty Robb, Patti Page, Ted Schindler Dan Bennett, and Fran Ba le agree the beach is the place to be during , Y Easter vacation. it Looks like Rusty wants Ted to go swimming! Ted, Fran, Sue, and Dave are waiting to have a hearty lunch at the Forum. I76 -a " 4: -W . ,.w,u,.wNuwnEguwui 6 4 . . Q Q Ft. Lauderdale Beach ef i -E Gary Saltus and Dawn Clem are amazed at the distance Jane Hall hi the golf ball. ef 1 . VW : sis, ,A V , Steve Everhart, Put Harris, Irv johnson, and Spot VanXVylc spend some of their spare time at the movies. Boating seems to be the favorite Sport of Ed Virgin and Lynn Hutchinson. , 11 , s. -lk Q4 ...t .M - 1 ss. K lib , 9' . 1 f.."f--sj, 2 , 1-N g-n,:,Qx.: ww A-W'4"'f. si - fl... H 3" tiff ru.. 52: ,"'-e,g' 'Q . ' y - 4 si Q i .wp of P' 'Q '14 ' F, 1, ' , 'lie' K . .1-'a'lQ'ft 'i -V W' " "H-s. nity? sy 2 it .L ,Q V. '- -N f I Vi A ...' a x - . . W Q ' ' t ,gf - n.: iss ' if . "' r - :.m4u..1...... 'f ' .' ,.,, 3 ,... - ' -- .:aF'.:. sa A I I . - I ' 'W t- 'M "-w'M'n.'K'-lrNff.Ln.-NQ.. 1 - -' a 'gn-K- .V .rss 'Sw ' f 'rm' -s -f N di' ,l5i .W A Q1 W M L Q4 v Q A , - gri m., 41 Y,,vv' ffffzir --i" fe-Wk , gfwif A Bonnie Dunbar dreams of what she's going to be doing the next few days, while john Thompson seems to be engrossed in his fish- ing. ie center of life for college vacationers. Q If you Wanted to locate Nancy Borgschulte or Barb Pryor Sue Lopez, Spot VanWyk, Katie Gustafson, and Mollie Lovelady all you have to do is go to the tennis courts. all tried to pile into Carol Tong's little MG. '77 we .41 . . . in the spirit of cv-vpcrafim I Mr. Haun and P.T.S.A. Executive Board composed of Mrs. Brenner, Treasurer, l Mrs. O"I'oole, President, Mrs. Shell, Historian, and Mrs. Burge, Secretary, meet at I the final meeting of the year. Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. Radomski, Gerald Radomski pay their dues to Mrs. King and Mrs, Valin. T .. Refreshments are served at P.T.S.A. meeting. ,fy Mr. Hamilton, Miss Nipert, Mr. Mosser, Mr. Rothchild and Mr. Childers- discuss the newly formed summer theater. '78 Tippy Valin and Mrs. King sign up new members. Q . Q , M Fgt Af. in urn Ai L, ,fy , 5 V h A! A Z houffwaf visits g , , lr i L , y 1 .V M ,, , I lg 11 f f ,ll , i , N l ?iSi Z2 s5if525i'5'S11iy -5 al i " , Q . fi V L xl 'Ws'i'1a2iffZ4f?1S12' '12e'1v?i" " 'Y a sf szafW,,sQ, .... Gail Bundy, jane Baker, Elaine Dade, Rosemary Davis, Ginny Aldrich, Kay Forrester, Barbara McClain. il 3- ' L fs? W4 , , a.-, , 5 iq Z .f n ,N M K , ,f It all l ? My , .Q wi' 1 M fa f ly W If rx mf, aw Karen Blue, Suzanne LaFite, Barbara Schmid, jean Bunner, Connie Kimball, Susan VanWyk, Peggy Vann, Kooky Chambers. ' 1: s 1 , 5 . WW? Awww l all Je. S15 .am a s 1 1 s J .5 Q C gg. ,aw 'ffl :Q ,1,' - s I , - A 1 'M '59 ' 'V',lss' C 1 H iiii 1. i ' i gggffflgsf. 5, I, V. , , f D 6 , H K I.: in B Q i sf B , .jfgsgq ,g al G ' , , gi ,'sr f Lynn McLvain Jane Hall Lynn Ezell Lorrainne Gullo Camilla Wesley Gail Malcolm Kay Blue. '79 5' , ' il? -7 M355 K I 5 MN 1 'gg 'lp iv A 'nr 93' A Sw' - Jw M 5,4 f L W L' LL. - m f' at 6 .S Q f s A, IQ A I I L l ' f v' 'i s . ,- s 'Ci 1 S 'Q ' qi 1 f ja' ' I w i 2 1 , ,:, A 3 A i ,V X .I .ZH i t iw 9 3, i x -3,4 J E, f T i ' l9' N' k 4 n. 1 xl lb' F 8 ii 15 I digg? 'gm fir- ig Rayrne Eby, Bonnie Dunbar, Elaine Frate, Linda Camp, jane Platt, Susie Hightower, Pam Lu n EES I Ei' l it l N l Showboat captain, Kieth Parker, chats with candidates i l '80 Sheila Lunberg, Alice Dawkins, Patty Capozzi, Nancy Borgschulte, Tippy Valin, Sue Montgomery. nnel. Sharon Grizzle Martha Wheels Laura Hunt 35 fi Showboat Captain. Keith Parker Q i ,E. 1 ,-g 2 ? ' Thespians, Glen Fowler, Bob Telfer, and Aileen Furiosi, make last minute prepara- tions before the big night. Altogether now, Pep Club. x at x X The Mouseketeers Uuniorettesj, are entertained by Teri Creed. I8I 4 2 rx- e - : t 1 l i f 2 E f The cheerleaders' act consisted of a beat nik dance. Cheerleaders, Rhonda Achor, Carol Witte, Elaine Dade, Barbara Mielo, Karen Chana, Candy Crane, Bev Fuelling, Linda Baker, Arlene Obringer, Martha Whit- ney, prepare for showboat. Dragonettes, Lynn Johnson, Susie Lebow, Barb Schmid, Lynn Martin, and Sharon McKinney, visit a Western city in their skit. 4 a gt is 3 51 . . . sa the fables were turned 1 Mr. Childers was among the honored who received flowers during Twirp Week. EH? G K. ,....m..,.ci, wo Rusty Robb, Dave Gardner, Gary Hainline, Winfred Deal, and Paul Lindoerfer take ad- vantage of Twirp Week. We A V G 2? Patti Page and Becky Hoegstead noticed how all of a sudden the boys became very studious. Dave Gardner also received a corsage. I83 fi, 44333, x 1 , - m ,QHQ V' xF,QyQl,fQl.xx X , will! has x ak" Bob Woxod portrays Macduff. , ,X 'S If x wwf! Sandy Stewart, Inde Stanika and Laura Hunt as Lady Macbeth. :onjurcaevil spells. 5 S Q I v F Q Eifchaugc 6111 i judy Hancock 5d Virgin Kay and Girl fff U16 your . . . with spring wma' the ,vrvms ,,,,m,,,, .,.. . ,Z I I I f T' Wear, ' ' , ' :Tis 5 , M m m "--'L " V + , wi, yy rmmi r . .A,. ,, r ff .Y , ,mr Y V 'hiss , , 1 , fc, P5 2 , ,c hw ,,:.-- . i , fri .f , Sew .. A www . M ff H - ' HW vig, is 'A - K Vs.4,,,,,.V W - . jf. ,Lg Magi ff.-1115 f ii i 5 .q ll , .,,:.A. c ii I Qdilwi juniors, Lin Bowling, Mary Lucas, Marsha Cooper, Gary Langley, Dave XX"hite, Mickie Luckhardt, Annette Sano, and Philip Tucker, enjoy the dancing at the junior Prom. '87 K in ,H Miss Lynne johnson jnnier Preln Queen Q U16 Quven iv Kaur! 6, l ff A 5 ' ,gf fy , If are X Q 1 Y ,I 4 nfl I XE L i H ,Marcia Kwpcr ! I 1 -- Aw-wi Mickey ,Cucklzarf . 'xlk ' f L fllllt' Plat! Annette Sam? , ,, , Che .Queen iv 6010! me If 5 g A,-' Sig '4fk+7w"f'M 2 x '44 1 e ' 4 kk X dzflzy l5'reufr1 fee Q f K IH , x 3 5 2 m Cfennie Kimball X X L i S R x f X 1 f 1 i k Sue Montgomery faurez Hunt 190 e E .1 P ,pw-. Patty Kadozzi Svrziar Pram .Queen . . from dusk to dawn Quit li ii .Qing Wild 1 ll uiigim Il" Ill we Golden Gate Hotel hosts the senior prom. ' as 4, i jane Hall and Dennis Mahooi could have danced all night. 'S llse or Lee Alexander and Norma Pyett enjoy dancing. An entrance they will never forget. 'W f -v-, ' 7, ,, mms. ,Qing , f f , A W al-n . W W ..,.. .N f-r f- W- l Ted Schindle, Patti Page, Dan Bennett, and Sue Smoker prepare for a midnight snack. Sharon Joyce and Rusty Robb enter the Viking. I92 it hVV i 'Y' 2, P'-i Staying up all night really isn't hard. Seniors enter the Gate way theater for a 3 00 A.M. movie. WM!!! awiifxikr WM . 5 n E Breakfast is served. 1-2-3-SPLASH! I93 . with pride graduates receive their dzjvlrfmas f Hin fx ii,-e,f"'fl If ,g as ,sQlQTsf"!ii,i'f , ,355 .fg"Wlf4isf x it "B.x.-t Mr. Mosser calls students to accept their diplomas while Mr. Haun stands by to congratulate them. Students await ceremonies to begin. ,M Largest graduating class attracts largest crowd. E Khanda gl'0fl'Hlll'I, Valedicforian Helen Vzzlin, Salufaforiun Same' I 964 graduates will pursue further educufiarz at these callvgcs Lake Erie College . ,, l K . , . .I - --53 . - ,, 'e N ""s 'k k Q ,A ,W t 1 M- 1 I gg its , Q I J - - K- . 1 ' 7 1 'vs ' ' 'f -s ,N 1 +'- -x-'N--Tm""'Wi1-49, 1 2' , s . -, ' ' ' 'l' 1 x V -c so as .qs fy W'-W,..,,.m4.. ,-, .3"'m, . -v gf- ff, V- A sl qw' ,K i ,yf ,, ff ,qi -fxws,..'frs:.y'Nt: i..t-Ms. ,R A f Mwst 1' W - Mfg? - ' PM ' - ,.-. 4' tk- f s - 4' - f W - f M ' ' -, " .Q 1, fel' i K' h " X '59 4' '-iii? 35' ' 7 t , ' : if ff. 5762 .ft t I . A -mms, 4- c 1 ,Q W, A J ,K J 4 by . Y f . , , I ... 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" X ,114 u H157 L14 f 1.5 ,,L., . 4 5 1 I L igfw 5 ' s . .3 A . , 2 qi as A ig, 4 Q- gw: Q, ' my f , Q . , ONSE X 'K' SJ X julfzzvrs 'Ha igigf kf President . . . 47i114,fVa,vaHlaf1 lice-Preslilent. . . Ghris james Secretary. . . jean Kerr Zreasurer. . . 1571! Aycvck "W ., if , 5 5' V f I99 Here we stand, But who are we, A group of high school in betweens- THE JUNIOR CLASS C 200 A new tradition, Of the year, American History which is held so dear-To THE JUNIOR CLASS Support our class, We surely triccl, Our spirits surged As on we cried-for THE JUNIOR fl, 3 aw , 2 -an S ,f,, ,yi M 4, K Election time came, Excitement could be detected As the class officers Were promptly elected-for THE JUNIOR CLASS 20l X-eff Q4 Qffili Then came the contest, That set minds in a whirl, As candidates were chosen for Calendar Girl--some from THE IUNIOR CLASS The class rings came, Much to our delight, We'll keep them as memories both day and nightdof THE JUNIOR CLASS sm if 'ff f it - S Props in place, Make-up applied, To make the Play Festival successful We surely tried- THE JUNIOR CLASS I X juniors come and juniors go, But in our hearts we'll always know We can't be classed among the rest For our class was the very best- THE JUNIOR CLASS Bo Rhonda Abel Achor Anne Adams 5 , no b?' jk Deana Adams V44 . ,K , - 1 . ,rt K V, Judith Danese Daniel Allard Allen Allen Leonard Toni Robert America Anderson Andress Linda Adams B sll 2 Charles Allen i I n is w as "'v: :Z f ,xi Francis Adams A lf Sl ff X N: 1'- 1 Linda Arnold 6 hdtv hi feb- jack Averill Robbin Baker Louise Ash v ali-.ax SX?- ,., Y, ef rw K A X ,lim Axley john Ashcraft 1 5 va -F' Bi ll Aycock Andre Asselin far ff" t - , yitvx 'X 54 1 1' Q 9 s A K s .few 'Q X3 L r E A-l ra ff., Ja- , gays. Jw. Doug Bailey Robert Kathy Barry Bales Barber Biifde if ff' g 'ft 5, .gi IK. . r,,. N w. ,. Susan Bain ,f, H . W K Fulton Barker it Gene Linda Linda Sue Sue Roger Joe john Barlowe Barnes Barnes Barnett Barone Barrett Barrett rj r,r'.. 1 B f el .5 1... MMM VA ,V ? i VV ,, B1 1 A 5 1 5, ,, M l I i g, t o 3 : X Ellen Carole Betsy Robert Roberta Ed Barth Basile Bastein Bateman Bastson Bauer rr ' ' 'f K We wandered If mms' Went by - 9 i fasler fvr Sewers?" i i-V 'B B i M lr l jx 1 if 2 ' ak 1 Lorraine David William Valerie Sfmt Becker Beecroft B6l1r6rlS Bein Bell M 31 rrf' ,r,. 1 ,", 3 r : Sue john Dale Judith Mitch Thomas Beller Benefield Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennet br " l 4-ig: fl M, 4 I 5 f ggf fi .. 9555: Bruce RUSS Sandra Connie Mila Jeffery Beth Befg Befgeffm Bemi Bevan Bielik Billington Binder Q ' ' ' ,.,,,.. fi Sandra james William Ron Barry Gregory Donald Bird Black Blackwell Blake Blakely Blok Bobish 205 Linda Lynn Tiffany Donna Cynthia Kris Susan Boggio Bolmg Bolling Bond Bowe Boyle Bradford Amelia Evelyn john Sandra Mitzi Bradley Brandon Brandt Breckenridge Bredholt "" i"i :,, ,,'-, V , g V AA .A,i 3' 11,9 "" :S f' ' , 1, '11, QW fr re M ,r.5 fl' K Don jim Ray Mike Sue Brickner Briclcner Brigham Brinkley Broadhurst Bob Brenner i !D'- Judy David Michael Toni Torn Brockman Brooke Brooks Brooks Brophy W6 S Ann Brown Anna Byron Cindy David David Diadre Sue Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown Q5' Susan Shirley Nancy Cathy Marsha Gail Bruenine Brunson Brunsick Bryan Budd Bunde l 4 4'- S .pf 2 ...in IW ll Q by xx 1 as as june Brown Kathleen Burke 2411 of auf class made us deliciously happy. " I Sue Yuonne Gene Burke Burford Burns Linda Pam Robert Judy Burton Bush Butler Button Martha Adrienne Buyers Cacavio Vicki David WCS Linda Cacciutore Cagle Camean CHIUP Lois Cantor Rick jeff Gail Ronald Carek Carlon Carter Casady Karen Paul Casey Cassella Teri jim Brenda Bennice Caudill Ceronsky Chadwell Champion 3 KK. all Nelson Doug KM-en Chappel Charles Chg-Sire Clifford Cheryl Linda Judith Christian Clark Clark Clarke R0bCI'tZ1 Pete Pgul Clafke Clifton Cluverius Murilou Andrea Ridwrd Linda Cmuylo Colaninno Cole Cmemim f I Sheila Conklin 4' + in 11 ft A MM. 'l"J,' i V ri i .W Mary Sue Copeland Diane Crisp msg? - Q , "' -ti Ni A 72 Don Croteau Lynn Cyphert Todd Marty janet Karen Cfiflk Contner Cook Cooper 'E auf ,Z we 'fan joe Michele Brenda Marcia Costa Cotter Cox Coyle Robert Pam Crocker Cromwell Carolyn Eileen Crosby Cross Marcia Cooper Nancy Craig Mary Richard George Geoffery Donna Crutcher Curry Cushing Cushing Cutler A "3 it flu Z, if Charles Joyce Tony Rita Emma Dale Dale D'Amico Dargel Dawis ,.. v Linda Copeland -n 5' -iii, 'Q ii Rosemary Davis - 4 K Rm . I v .- . 112. v . 1 Arlene Leslie Judy Barbara David Mike Davison Davison Deacon de Bord de Bord De Busschere 208 K, .K Carol Deckert "We made sure we were Karen Keith Betty Dean David jeff Lois Decker Decker Decoteau Deffenbaugh De Gafferelly De Hainaut D6itriCk Mike johnny Jo Ann Randy Peggy Wally Dempsey Denmark Denniston Demler Dexter Di Domi,-,ico always prepared " it ' H Brenda jeff Linda Pat TOIH Dinkins Dettrick Doll Doran Dorough Dianna Danny John Bonnie Dennis Pete Doster Doughty Douglas Dours Dozier Driggers jeff U Ellen Robert Terry Gary Darrell Bernard Dub01S Duffy Dunn Dunn Duguette Durden Dusch Madonna joe john james Dave Sherry Clara Dusch Dykes Eassey Eaton Eck Eckard Edewaard Greg john Mary Linda jerry Tom Margaret Edward Edwards Edwards Ellis Elmore Elwell Enzweiler Linda Judie Tim Sharon Erickson Erwin Erwin Eshelman Siherley jim JoAnn Fairon Fedell Feister Q t -1.,. n s ,:.. , V A? s x it iii ' '3 Norman Lynette Candy FiField Fisher Fisher Floyd F ernadez Craig Evans lr wa ' 1 , iv? I E 5, Pi: fu 1 Candee Ferrera Rennie Everhart ' ZZ f Greg Janet Dan Fitzpatrick Flemming Fleure 4 E .Di L 9 M77 ,. is Wanda Carolyn jim Elaine Jo-An Kay Russ Fletcher Flynn Flythe Foley Foley Forster F0'St6r A s ' ll'-Q dv.-ug. f re g, Hg Elaine Brenda Charles Fred Janice Laura Gayle Frate Frazier Fredericks Freeman Freeman Freeman French Brenda Greg Mike Diane Bill Susan Linda Froling Fuller Fuller Fulwider Futral Gagnon Gainey 'Wo one can say We didn? do auf hamcwork. Flynn JoAnn Stu Darryl Sandra Jo Anne Gairold Galan Gardner Garner Gardner Garrison u , I WW lll . Bill Barb Melanie Bernie ,l0hr1 Garvey Gereivive Gerber Gerbrich Gerum ,iff ' ff: A " A f X, fi cz'- 'K ? Gloria Patricia Peter Sue Terry Carolyn Geuther Giardiello Gibson Gibson Gibson Gilbert Patricia Gillman . ix of Ralph 2 I I Goggans OV" UC' Stephen Gary Micheal ack Kitty Givens Glass Glueck Goad Goddard Godwin Dean Alan Gould Kenny Pugh Martini Richard Graham Graham Grant Gray Roseann Graziano james Al Frank Karen Michael Larry Don Gregor Griffin Griffin Griffin Grinkewich Groshart Grubbs Ed Tony Berta john Berta james Guarnieri Gullotti Gustine Guthrie Gutierrez Hague N 'xv 5 Jimmy Linda Diane john Martha Hale Hall Hailey Hamilton Hamlin Mollie Jerry Jeanne Dale Kathy Ronald H2-mIHOHd Hanes Hanks Hanks Hanley Hansen Joyce Linda Pam Ronald Dave Kathryn Darrell Hardwick Hardy Harcow Harrell Harris Hartert Hartman Anne Bruce james Herbert Ray Frank Pat Hathaway Hawthorne Hages Hays Heaton Heber Heide 2 I 2 Aft Heiter '76'ul1I1la bubble tail and ' M i S traublen gal through to N some af us. Calvin Judy Norm Darlene Wendy David Heitzenmter Heitzenrater Heller Henderson Henneberg Herbert M J- M 4 Q M 5 L ae.. " shi x N Shelby Valerie Veronica Enerst Susie jerry Herron Hewitt Hickman Hicks Hightower Hill J Q5 at wi' he ceel xt Murry Carolyn Don Curt Marinne Hill Hines Hirschfeld Hoffman Hoque jack Don Peter Gary Vaughn Illona Hollingsfon Homer Hora Horton Horton Horwath K www f' Bob Stephan Barbara Glenda Susan Bob Howald Howard Howard Howard Howard Howser Ga ry 2 I 3 Hughes Mary Ann Bill Mary jane janet Sharon Hulbert Hubert Hunt Hursey Huskey Martha Hughes Jai, :F f ' Chip Hutchins Pat Hutchins Impson Q, 'wie nr if fs' Q, Diane Jacobe .ii X Mary Jocis Richard ,. i. . 'fc z1'fs1ff2gmwf?s'i1' fa' - ' 'ff ezwffwwggas . me rw iylqzfgfgfsgrffgr -' wgyg-:amy - f ,Q yfffTgt1iwi'Q H f , ' ff55e'u, .. l'l 1gzW?3fi f 2 J .ff 3' 16 .. ' gf . 5, Deanne Sharon jaymee Inman Irwin Ives W' af in S. - A Chris Zelda Ralph Sue james james Jankowski Janofts 1 N , K R , 'A Q iw- 5- if f ' Larry Barbara Jim Jerry johancsik johnson johnson Johnson jo Ann Lynne Becky Barbara Barbara Ernie johnson J0hf1S0f1 JOFIUSOH Jones Jones ones George Kieth Karen Marie Tom Randy ue jennifer Jones Jones Jones jones jordan journell udd Kitti joe Sharon George Richard 1m Mary KHCCUHS Karnafl Kasmarik Kaucher Kayser Kearney Kearney 2 I 4 N 41 "We always crprcssed Donna. John Barbara Karen Pat Bonnie Mike Keath Kegel Kelly Kelly Kemplin Kenney Kent ,,,l-e Y M, john Robert Jean Vicki Sandy Patrick Keplingef Kerlin Kerr Khouri Kilian King our imfvidufwty. " Janis Kathy Emmy Sandy DOIOICS rli, , b -M I t g if,, Q ir. ji 'f.., krh ir - 1 'H 2 : I ffl ' -,.l K, '-.2 , ', jj , Dan Terry Irene Rudolf Susan Chris Kitchel Kleman Klukiewiez Kohler Koller Korman Lillian Marilyn George Barbara Tom julie Ronald Kornowski Kossinger Kotef Kowaleski Kfienbefg Krouse Krpata Linda David Kris Linda Clarence Larry Donna Krug Kurchinski Kutchins Kukzrock I-libf'-Clie LHDOUCCIU LaGasSe Earl Donna David Larry Susan Sherry Gary Lambert LaMont Landis Landis Landstedt Larsen Langley V... f .akv 4 L if KQQLWQQLK -We 51 f , we V 4 Brenda Robert Pat Steve Glenda Velia Lansky Lanteri Largress Larkin Lay Layman IL- A :.'2: L I' " K , " 0 I '--- ' r'h'f I gfi I my ..:.-1 v :' .::' , ri,.V , I9 , gg i .,.. LU V --f.' Dennis Suzy Brent Mary Judy - Layton Lebow Leckie Lecroy Lee Sherry Lee Bobbie Judy Karen David Linda LeGitte Legue Lehr Layton Lester Michiele Lefwallen Lynda George Nancy Melinda Barbara RiCh21IC1 Lewis Ligotte Liggett Lillard Lilley Lindstrand Mike Ling Judy Bill Terry Lois Mary Sue David Link Lipscomb Liston Little Lobdell Logan "We raised our hands every 2 I 7 Carol Laura Linda Sandy JoAnn Roberto Leigh Londo I-Ong Long Long LOPEZ Lopez Loveday Ai VA V ,.V. h e M if 2 V4.1 L ,rf 2 Ken Mary Michelle Rovbert Randy Linda Lowden Lucas Luckhardt Lutz Lynch Lytz new and then. " we , ' Carol Bruce jim Steve Donald Maccarone MacDonald MacDonald MacDonald MacKay K G? i Jeannine Marci Harry Mialhut Makepeace Mallett Bill Michael Patricia Stan Linda Mallinger john Mandeville Manion Mann Manning March jim Gene Manchester Mancheton we M life' if "e' Tom joe Marshall Martens l Bob Cfif 01 Lynn Pam Richard Linda Helen Martin M211'ChC56 Martin Martin Martin Massi MHSSHSCC -,,, G6OfgC Darla . Robert Francis Marney Don Maureen Massey MMOUIS Matthews May Mayo McAnewy McCann M fi ' 'X 1 Q .. in by v if.,,,,,,R gli 3 IAA: . 5 'VW' r ii yy , . Dot Frank Candy Kathy Barbara Cherokee If C tt McCall McComb McConnaughleay McConnell McCullar McDonald :CJ ji , ,. 5 ,,44z1 ,gl . - ,-,.Q1 ,wwf-ievfrc I I' I L K- V .V , ' Q fr.. l S, I I LW? A A , Z ff lvl BIN , :" ' ' ' " ' J fx i n L yr ff X ,K . ',': l l M . f as .:'1 vs: I K .A I "" - ' A, Y i Elizabeth Angie , Bruce Lynn Kerry McDonald McDowell McFarland Mcllvane Mclver 1 R yy r 'R as 'fl 1 5 X X lx a X Martha Sharon Barbara Keitid Robyn Rebecca McKinnes McKinney McLain McLaughlin McLenclon McManus V fs: -' . H .1 , ..V:A an f My .. Q- W ' alll N ff X 5 5 L i Zrr 5 . L Zl- 'wr Walt ROSCIUHIY Cynthia Sandy Williani JoAnn john McMullen McNamara McPherson Medemd M9646 Meder Meirs E -,:pV 7' Les Allen David Gail Louis Bruce Qhristie Mellott Menard Merson Metzger Meucci Meyer Meyver 1l.,, 44 'M Joanne Steven Dottie Raymond Ken Alice Meyer Michalec Middleton Mikkelsen Mileti Miller Bobby Miller Deborah Marilyn Robert Elaine Diane Miller Miller Miller Milstead Mitchell , X 'Sams of nur classes ii f-Q , 'T' were blasts. " M yi -rE-':-' I 1525 - I sysi ,, ' Linda Pat Denise Bob Monte Montefusco Montminy Moore Donald Mize me Qs' . nf: . In , .:v,.f Z 2 A De at-f : .y . , , Mary Moon Sue Tom john Tom George Paul Moore Moore Morris Morriston Motz Mudgett m sn V K Y! Steve Bonnie Jeff jack john James Barry Mueller Muirhead Mullins Myatt Naber Napolitan Nation b Darlene Linda Lincla Joyce Pat Ronda Carol Neely Neil Nelson Newman Newman Nicholson Norxon Toma Karen Nancy Karen Margie Lynne Tim Nott Novak Nutting Oates Obermeier O'Brian O'C0nneIl rin.. Richard Allan Rose Marie Christine Susan Richard Ogburn Ohlsen O'NeiI O'Nei1l Orberg Orr Judy Bruce RUUWHHHE Chuck Layton Osterman O'Too1e Padgett Papworth Parham QL Barry Gary Mike Peggy Chas Ronald Parillo Pafkef Parker Parker Pascual Patrick Tom Mike Pau Patrus Pearson Perry Fred Lynn Eugene Sara Peters Peters Petraglia Pettit M ' 'stg ,xg Debby Barbara James Diana Petticord Petty Pfau Pierce , ,.,, aa 5- I ia. - f. ejlz 4 A+ ' 'if Z Donna Karen Nancy Pierce Pierce Pinnel 4 if-s I 3 i if ff' " "We learned le dance Dennis John jane Gay Donna Linda Ida Pittman Pittman Platt Plumley Pluta Pollaro Polly Wilma Diana Margaret Steve Lucy Tom Porter Post Potter Potter Pou PIGSCOU demureq " Phyllis james Donette john Rosemary Price Priest Pruitt Pvile Pyne Ann David Judy Susanne Maureen Tom Quanstrom Quinn Quinn Radford Rafferty Rafferty Bucky Karon Carol Brad Rory Emmett Steve Rand Randoll Rash Raychause Raynor Redding Regflef Lonna Vickie F1-ed Linda Shelby Do rothy Ward Reimers Renfro Reuter Richards Richards Richardson Richardson Robert N ancy Riley Cheryl Jaime Judy David Riegal Riggsbee Hammond Riley Rivera Rizzotto Roach Susan Diane Jack Jerry Anne Terry Roach Robbins Roberts Robertson R0'biU50I1 Robertson A MK C -v v L o 1 'Y 11 2' l B f ' ,,,.' I Carol Beverly Mike Nancy Don Robingofl 4R0bin50n Rgde Roclovich ROg61'S Kahla Carol Harold Linda Nancy Kathy Rohlfs Rolfe Rolfe Roll Rollings Rollins Sue Tim Ken Barbara Andy Billie Dan Rosenberg Rosen Roughton Rowell Rowell ROWIHHCI Roy Lois Dennis Brenda Donna William Karen Linda Roydhouse Rupert Rusheed Russell Russell Rutan Ruth Barb Janet jerry Rutledge Saillaf Salato Betty Thomas ,lay Salter Sglva Salyer Kris Samal Linda Diane Linda Sandy Pat Annette SampS0n Sanchez Sanderfer Sanderson Sanford Sano "Mase lunch pcriazts' al the Q ,wpcaru stand were the wildest " Gary Tony Bill Ken Judith Saracene Sarandes Sarcia Satterlee Sattler Robert Pat Adrian Steve Nancy Bill Saultz Savage Schild Schlie Schmied Schmidt 1 Cleve Barb John Susan Sylvia Steve Bryan Schorr Schuppert Scott Scott Scott Seay Seip N a a f 7 X ,R Kathy Barry Michael Bob Donald Ray Vance 223 Serra Shaffer Shankrnan Sharpe Shaw Shoaff Shular Steve Jackie Wayne Patty Gary David Tony Shull Sikeg Simmons Sjodin Skinnen Slaymaker Slaughter David Douglas Gary Jean Ken Lyle smith smith Smith smith Smith Smith iii' 013,23 . :-1 V., My ' .Y , J Q9 'ff V., R 13 P l S n 54,15 'J LJ f ,Q ff , -l 1 if I Margaret Pat Wendy Ruth Donna K lllv! 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The girls take time out for corsage pinning at the Homecoming game "YEAH. ..STRANAHAN!!!!" , gf J' The cheerleaders the Alma Mater. 1 and the student body sing wma Sl ll wmv -. 'Nr X Q fig I, L- Qi . . 1' , 'W W M I ii 'fs ' ' rx 57 f 4 . . .l t i fl i . L. to R.: Sue Bellerg Rhonda Achorg Cindy McPhearsong Pat Quimbyg Sue Croning Ron- nie Wardg Sally Worthingtong Barbara Mor- Girls Swimming Coach, MRS. CONLEY THE GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM: L. to R.: Barbara Morrisg Sue Croning Ronnie Wardg Becky Hoegsteadg Marcia Briceg Sue Bellerg Rhonda Achorg Pat Quimbyg Betty' Browng Cindy McPhearsong Trish Forumg Sally Worthington. Not pictured, Karen Winkopp, Mgr., Judy Nevers. 236 I fi is R, w 1, 4 ' 1 5 gm 'M L , . r . ,. 3, l S Q l pl y if L+ my at .el wi Q 1, vw-,ff 1 if .Gif Wg? wp , 'H Y tri? , R 54 - new .. M, 9 ., M is Q A A M , fs. 3 if si Ah My Q W .,., we ,,.,, , :wt ff if W jg X . x Fiffff' wi: -fm 4 ' ,A , .. ,, . .M , V. risg Karen Winchopp enjoy a swim in the new pool. THE BOYS SWIMMING TEAM Lan 1 Tussing Mitchell Boys Swimming team, Left to Right: White, Luke, Peterson, Plante, Habel, Harris, Harrison, gy, , ' ' ' ' ' be L' doerfer Winquist. 1 G nk ich M r. Ickes. ,Notp1ctured. Cham rs, in , McMillan,johnson,Bo1ng, ri ew , g 237 Divers off the 3 meter board are Bruce Torranceg Pete Ickesg Mike Sorrentinog Frank Englishg and Tim Patrus. Sorrentino and Torrance come out of a jack knife. Coach Wieaniants in action. I . N .,,17.W:m A 'gp-,V jljk-S7 .f",,,,M,' it W, A Mx , , wa-5, M, ,V fx L. A V Y g,.f'f V , W Qfiiy, fivff " .,..1"e 7 ,- gilt' , M Jizz ' , .Mrtw ' fgrgafeg .fw ,Q .griglgi hh fMLwv,Em f3,,,,w:ipgi, if In 249- Vxfiilf-'L A 'W' Q V :ij L- .. ff QQ, K , Q' ' Wi,.i.,, 4' L ' ' "" ffrf' Y ' ' A W, f V A fi il,1v,f4u.f M , ms, y 'V-g1L.i',gQg,f-. , , J- , . , K ,Qt - -- 1 wtf' friwg " QW W,.i-M-ff, V , Nw I., . , . 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Agg,,gm,, ,5mi,,,, 3-Ni firm, H5 - f- ,nf wk L. to R.: Dave Whiteg Don Mitchellg Nic Tussingg and Jon McMillian head to finish Butterfly. 238 Rhonda Achor and Trish Forum finish daily Sprints . ,sf as gig jfglizw :3'I.5j1H.',w1 gif'-QE g,,'iIL1'fY.:' f?i',2,.Q1" ..:: -M J? -: X " "' if 1 f M M, J 54 Q :3'3' ' W N f , U mfr: I GMM: -Y :ti it , .h,,,. My W L., ,Qr,,i,.,U, - fm ff.g:,,k-ifvgq A- U .Eff M--,,.2c1f-2 , -9559- f. sf, S ,V , - , .,, F f 4 , sf - few: w,q..f K ,. , M -'f- ' M K -,,,xj,r I ,V i.,,, , 32,51 ' Q " 3 . .ww . .. -iff ' ,give 1' ff 'Xi' , 5 W4 .f , pwvefizvagb A 1, A ' V, r. :h4ig.L A , . .1 'M-je-91+-V h"5?"5" sVfif'f5g2a3W'Qx M .I izvisiifliikifi f-Vai., . 'ii ' 9 ml I-5:.Ls2:5Z5f',,l-iiiviiiiiw,1't?'W1V Willa ' ' . 1 meter and 1 meter boards. Pete Ickes Coming out of a dive. Dave White swims breast stroke. Mike Sorrentino and Bruce Torrance practice diving, off 'lit 1963-64 FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF: FIRST ROW-Coach Dana Wallace, Coach Lou Gibson, Athletic Director, Paul Kruse. SECOND ROW-Coach Fred Stover, Couch Harold Cox. Coach Robert Schantz, Stranahan Haun. 'X R ww . Q, wa " if 1 . h 'K .ig , EXW E fh xi P -Q 415 . ,U S, i5 Q Q FQ' 5 i 5 . ag 3 n so 0 R Q ..h.. V 3 :., t . .. , Q,A, .. .,.A,., .,A,, . ,,k.... . V h gz. l , , , . L , 4 M 1, K 1 ... Hs. 'i w' '?E f HOM F 'A 1 'fzggsvgfggggilsfwgxgligf1zg5g5?0g?g,5iw,W: - - Wf'1fL -.3-KL :- w i '1 'L l ' - ' 1 , Winquist, Svarney, and Mahood in action. ia 3 Q lm we Boys arriving at locker room to dress for game. Hup, two, three, four-Before game calisthenics. 242 Kickoff to a fabulous year. The traditional pre- game prayer. Coach Stover tapes jeff Niedenthal for game. Raffa charges toward goal. 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You know, fellow students, that game we won! 1963-64 STRANAHAN VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM FIIQST hROW: Kreinberg, QB, Doughty, HB, Bennett, G, Edwards, G, Brown, G, Waldron, G, Clements, FB, Galli, T, Carter, G, Lanteri, HB mit , QB. SECOND ROW: Evans, mgr., ,Carlon, E, Barrett, C, McAllister, T, Fuller, C, Mills, G, Svarney, QB, Hessler, HB, Mahood, FB, Deal, QB Evans, HB, Robb, G, Horton,'T, Thorla, HB, Morris, HB. THIRD ROW: Coach Wallace, Sheeman, mgr., Salato, G, Winquist, E, Impson, C, Shull, G, Splane, T, Brenner, E, Virgin, E, Miller, C: Town send, E, Goral, E, Langford, C, Blue, mgr., Mr. Haun, Principal, Coach Gibson. FIFTH ROW: Coach Cox, Coach Stover, Schmidt, mgr., J. Edwards, E, Niedenthal, C, Dempsey, FB, Vaniman, E, Dunn, G, French, HB Glueck, T, Brandt, T, McCahill, HB, Kennedy, HB, Judd, HB, Morgan, E, Raffa, HB, Potter, T, Manion, T, Scott, FB, Burns, T, Johan scik, E, Paul Kruse, Athletic Director, Coach Schantz., 244 af? N , Y , Y 1 ' " , 'f Y , ,, OOPS! V ' , ' L, v,,r, wt fy ,V , 'L 'A ww ff 0 My 1 ,A '-'fy V 'A w wp .W , f- M , M ,, 5 H W 5' Q V wwf 'TNI' L' ,,, Hold it, Evans! I lost my contact. ' '-fa, 8 ,K if , .ff Wfiif' ff if Eff. m L L , , A gf just 21 wee bit of the Hand Jive. folks. Judd M555 dgwn figlkll -M Waldrcmn and the fellas talk it over. 246 The team, hard at work? Hessler moves out Time ouk for about 40 winks of sleep. " W5-f Move it, kid, I'm coming through! ping N 7 M.. A A, - ka 'ar I. :hh fa xx a'L.'q,'l4V ,. We As seen from the stands. T sg Here's that Lauderdale-Stmnahan game again. 4' Stranahan Track Coach CLARENCE NOE -I-............ 1965-64 VARSITY TRACK TEAM: FIRST ROW: Kennedy, McCahill, Calvert, Harris, Kreinberg, O'Connell, Merson, Morris, john- son. SECOND ROW: Smith, Dallaire, Bettis, Marten, Anderson, Impson, Quinby, Edwards, Weidling. THIRD ROW: Evans, Thorla, Vanniman, Thomas, Waldron, Clark, johanscik, Coach Noe. FOURTH ROW: Potter, Graham, Townsend, Manion, Vallone FIFTH ROW: McGlamary, McLauglin, Harms, Barton, Ingle, Waring, Willwerth, G. Anderson, Manager Hoefer. :.. 1' 1 ': ,i ,. ,,,, , , ,,,,::., ,,,, , 'Tv 'F '11 -",:.. ,- ,M :I.,,'1':' C , , "iff 'Q -ir ' N 6 , , Qf a as T :fr in WM W , ,1 is :gf srtt ,Mn ,, M .1 :":' .. ' , T E , A V , tkgygsgi z rg 6 , f :rv 'K Q 11 - A-H , . - J: f 6 , Q" r -:mfgr . ia! l laasts ,, :,,, , Q ' ' QW ir-,H,,' J, 'je ,BTW 195 5 L QXQQ L' W4 ,Tr -, ,Mil h.,47,g,r"K x .4 X Andy McQuigg vaults 12' 6" as 1:-ft-wzswm-:r iff- wgfxzi ei' rt-1: zz 4 2 is fiifaii f ,-1 21 .ff,2f1:22ff is fif'Eg,55?I2i5ir:Sigi',-T 12273:-I , , ,.., , ,,,, F ww WH 3 mmf ee KW ",- E i K 5: 1 Q Q, ' Fa, . ,Ai R . 1 5 .. : ,::, 'f 'rf , : 'Z 1- f-Q-Ws:s,.w:sz':-rwws H -P' iv... V M371 may vqfEf'f:' 5Ll'nef-:E H' " '. iikiiilflriliiig5iQYL-552255, in, ' E. ..- 'uf 'QZJ - ,:v15?f TL O : ' ' " ' ' 1 4v1'f-fzsivfit -1 " ' " ' F ' ' 11221552 Shifts, ifililiziw Tiff-5i'Tf Lheddy, Jennings, Wilson. V. Anderson, Andrei, Eisman look on as Coach Noe and Shaffner lemonstrate a hand off. jerry Kennedy and Irv Johnson head down th .qu- 1 i e track. 8 Q A e fs., .,,. W .TQ L- 4 Gary Waldron high jumps 1 joe Vallone puts the shot wwf -'fs.wm'w1znwzfffwmwm 35 gigkxifgfi'tmY:,3'?Y'f'? Y li Q: 'wvff5f3,YfWgj' ,a2vsm':s:w Discus throwers: Potter, Thomas, and Barnett. "fm V9 QW ,E ig L s zfgvgirg gig af' it R-4 if 3 R O it, 1 afar A K , I . W 5 Louis Barton and Wayne Betis run the hurdles. if f . I V A vgyk Q 4 V F R 4 W ,WW X , K R t W W 'fn f I Weight Men: FIRST ROW: Childers, Lambert, Whitworth, Worley, and Rae-ther. SECOND ROW: McGlamary, Vallone, Waldron, Manion, and Coach Noe. Greg Beaupied vaults over the top. 250 Alan Harms demonstrates the broad jump. ,. . JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM: T FIRST ROW: Shaw, DeVenny, Norman, Andrei, Stuart, G. Anderson, Pulliman, Courtney. SECOND ROW: Wilson, Sherlock, Sheddy, Shaffner, Jennings, Poole, Schiavon, Rooney. THIRD ROW: Hipsley, V. Anderson, Eshleman, Yahrling, Ash, Eisman. FOURTH ROW: Childers, McCann, Worley, Raether, Whitworth, Lambert, Bryan. Hurdlers Jack McCahill and John Edwards rush through a practice run. ' if ' '77 ' 'CH X : 9' J-A uv ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.W.Wf. 1 A' M W ' Q I '- NT . ,u J, , Gerald Willwerth demonstrates the hop, skip, and jump. john Calvert, Irv Johnson, and jerry Kennedy start off at the shot of the gun. fan. 3 in I Mm g Q ,jx 'A qv f 59, Q I , Q WV, W .6 I , 3532, QQ I MWV1- . Q .111 Q I , , A A-In C THE 1963-6-I VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Tom Kukowski, Nag Harris. Van Graham, ,Ion Anderson, Chris Quinby, Dave Merson, and Larry Beatty. THE 1965-64 JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: George Anderson, Dan Yahrling, Zane Pullian, and Wyfnn Courtney. 5011! duly! Hhampivns . . . r w Chris Quinhy sets Ll new record and captures the Gold Coach Conference title. Jon Anderson, Larry Beatty, Stranahan track coach Clarence Noe, Chris Quinby, Dave Merson Tom Kukowski. Van Graham, and XX'ynn Courtney proudly display their winning trophy. THEY'RE OFF AND RUNNING AT GAINESVILLE! ! Y Chris Quinby and Larry Beatty Van Graham and join Anderson 254 av VJ' NN w-wM.N,...,,,,,,, The Cross Country team takes off for Gainesville and the state meet. as Q The team i 'I ii' iii! i-ii"i'i ' waits for the meet to begin. ASKQ 1' it Z, Bob Miller malkes driving shot. THE 1963-64 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: X0 if 1 Greg Fitzpatrick, Winifred Deal, John Thompson, Bob Mitch Bennett, Doug Splane, Bob Miller, Fred Svarney, 4 sv, 'D -sf 'C N , ' Winquist, Bob Brenner, Ed Virgin, Terry Thomas, and Bill Mandeville. ,As 'li V 'VL A C 5 QM ' 9 67113 'ES A B 'gd' Y 5 W F e ts' Q 'vw fi 1 4 we fx V 'Q s, L l -A wfgfgs Basketball coach james Bratton takes time out for a picture. 256 Fred Svumcy heads down court. Ed Virgin makes Charity shot. t. at ,. R 37 T1 1 kr Aiir QQ. K " --M. g f5mg3gQ'QZh2ltQ.fY X3 -iii 2, I I Vkl.Efl,fffs,2 ,,, gg ,, K my l 3 -Pi W ,i ii -,',- gf Q. A Basketball couch Bud Marcum watches first basketball tryouts John Thompson makes driving push towards basket. it 3- .sr riff , Bon Winquist makes rebound. Mitch Bennett and John Thompson surrounded by fly- ing L's. Ed Virgin drives down under. 1 ! if Ed Virgin scoops another rebound Halftime in dressing room as the team watches Coach Marcum "on the board." yi. Q -1 i 15 'wr 5 H. 'Nm Mitch Bennett makes jump ball 258 g 'V Boys listen to i "" A A 'lf Coach Brattorfs 4 ' A ' 1 halftime in- ' SL structions. ii -W W it f 15, in l is H i E I A uf..gg,, - 2 Q 5174 Hfiiff-"' f' ' -s..fP7""!f H :L ' 1 if Qfgnifg -'dll tw N i 1 gig Q i l f i i iam., W ,V 4 e e in J 2 Ed Virgin shoots. Bob Winquist and Bob Miller in action. Scramble for the ball I V W- V we .54w3WEsw1 Q it - ,- ' t john Thompson and Ed Virgin battle for points. 2 , 2 5 . l '?i"': w V mm -ii? I ,::.- ,, onus Y 1' 'f'- X we YM M --w-'-'-...,...r""'1w fzew'-"' i Q ,335 ' 59 'f T N Fei ..5ai"?' 3' gk 'S .Q wifi V- ' its M 1 KV ' i ' 'fri Q., 5 J + M' A ' . ' k er, - gif-4-stiifgsiwztfgiii W1.. 1 , F' fir- fl .iw ., " f , ,A ,1 ,J,.W.g Coaches James Bratton and Bud Lfarcum talk over last minute instructions with boys, em x'!: Bob Miller makes driving run as Mitch Bennett moves in behind. Mitch Bennett and Ed Virgin rush in for a rebound. 'Z STRANAHAN msn FIELD HOME lNNlNG12?Z4i26?89'R V'f"T0R5llllllllll , lllllllll i i vlsnons 1 HOMEW f l B l is 5 junior, Bob Martin, starts off the season at Holiday Park.i 260 HAROLD BEASLEY, Coach Coach Beasley gives last minute advice. P' . -R I is Q is ,, ,,, J I f - If 2- f ' ' I 1, .. my V I 1 V 'A .J Pitchers who are returning lettermen are: jeff Phelan, Frank Baldasare, Greg Twigs, and Rick Zachiary. New to the squad are Lenoard America, catcherg David Smith, irmfielderg Doug Bailey, outfielderg Stan Manning, outfielderg Randy Drace, outfielclerg and Bill Herbert, outfielder. L. to R.: Mike Dempsey, C.: Terry Dunn, lst. B., O.F.: Richard Orr, ' 2nd B.: Dick Hessler, S.S.: Darryl Garner, 3rd B. L. to R.: Terry Wfinder, 5rd B., O.F.: Bob Martin, O.F.: Steve Keiser, O.F.: Chas Fredericks, 3rd B., O.F. 8' af ,Q i A ' ir V 7 4,5 1 f QA 4: ' ' 'Q -..- if bg., 4 ,,, ' A 'X X U .f EL , f THE VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM ' jfrmtwc-m:.a,,. Ag V X xml L K 3aizxarvasxsssixgfmifrrr Qi 1, - n as . M , L. to R.: Martin: Bailey: Dunn: Zackery: Dempesy: Hesslerg Draceg Fredricks: Herbert: Baldasare: Twiggs: Garner: Manning: Win- der: Orr: Smith: Phelan: America: Keiser. 26I Darrell Garner gets under a high popup. Gary Kaiser and Richard Orr settle under a fly ball Terry Dunn practices sliding into second as Terry Weiner prepares to make the tag. Frank Baldasare awaits the throw at first. Greg Twiggs practices his windup fi Gary Kaiser begins his slide. 5 Frank Baldasare is out at home. new ,, as . ,W ,.1,., ef, I .f,- gjrf 1-5 W..,- ,,., gui gk, , Q V- 1-Slade, , gl5:i4f,?iei:3:371, 5 A 2355 f Q , ,..,, , V- I 524 lMfh3i?E f E I ., .-25222 , .wwf . r- , sssis 5 if . 5 ,h,L 5 Sm rr-fl-:rg-li ,, ra, . se' ,.,, L , ,, . . 4 z . l A K,..,.?arf,1,f.. 5 . 1 Q y fi? -3,, ,ir ! Wig? i- eg 5, The score sheet, with scores and players, signifies the time for Tennis. Em. szwirgsgpmafmasf 1 ,J nf sl' We Q .sf .L as M , rr W, -gl J.. . .. sm wg J, , V - ff ,- V ' K- ff L' .. "ff i1QwW'7I." '5':'. H e' w ffi w q ' Y :fu ,L 4. L,-',f,2',-N I ., Zrirffys ':. W , 7 ffl," .1 V -:f L 2: ., :, an 1 as ' ' ff-iss V , Lf-,, as ' af,- TI-IE JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: Bob Zimmerman, Dick Tinkelenberg, Glen McAnich THE VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: FIRST ROW: Dwight Rogers, Earl Lambert, Bob Reid. SECOND ROW: Gary Hainline, Glen Graham. 3 if ea ,ar J, , ek? f If THE VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: Jane Hancock, Donna Russell, Mary Lou Cmaylo, Karen Randall, and Laurie Lowen. TVX ,Mm I . A , 3' THE JUNIOR VARSITY TENNIS TEAIVI: FIRST ROW: Sue Schmid, julie McIlvaine, Pat Anthony. SECOND ROW: Scott Doyle, Cmldy Robelen, Sandy Sanderson, Holly Hock. The Stranahan tennis coaches, Ed Weaver and Helen McBroom. 266 - ,E A l - -5 , i '7 Y ,av F f' Vw wil -E 37 - Q 1 1 5475.4 is "1-A mf if 'fi 'I 'L ' Fort Lauderdale Country Club l ll l l l 7 l 9 l s s 4 4 i7 4 4 71 3 4 wr ' P Q 1 v E . 7- 1. 1 1 i i , .7 ., . -, am'-7 rr 17 r ifyilggf ' rom. mt, 9 gp Z ,alla The scorecard, iron, mm EEE EE Q -435' ggg 5 gig and green announce 7. . 7 7. 77, 77 1 7737777077 7777 777 l 7l 7777 7, + . . J 11 J I , .77 7 I 1 -fro +I' the time for Golf, I l 41 Mijn i n F ' V THE STRANAHAN GOLF TEAM: my A .M ' F' 'Q 7 7 l ..,. I . .kk gf. 7 77: - Nr 7 'rf .gf -:gr 7. 3-N.7,,,,,,f 'gg' I Don Steinly, jeff Carlon, Barry Perillo, Danny Wikens, Bill Remington, Charles Horrell, Arden Brake, and Alfred Wick. ALFRED WICK ARDEN BRAKE DON STIENLY 'li H if i .. 52 ff G L Nwgg, EY Y .3 S Charles Horrell studies a shot. - T rg' ,,,, X .ffyignur .' f u rf: Q 2122511 -2+ Stranahan Golf coach EARL HUPP " ff Bill Remington shoots from a sand trap. 'M ww Hmmmmmmm looks pretty goodg from an ar1t's point of view! 267 l l Cl uillbf Var lg The girls practice routines in front of the Stranahan gym. 268 THE JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Beverly Fuelling, Candy Crane, Linda Baker, Arlene Obringer, Karen Chana, Martha Whitney, and Sandy Peabody. A spirited finish to a rousing cheer. F i Q I E jun 21 Var ity E 2 i giffffb ll UNIOR VARSITY OOTBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW: Shaffner, Bridges, Beasly, Norman, Rooney, Andrei, Chapman. SECOND ROW: Dawn, Sheddy, Lambert, Sheets, Bair Wilson, Eshleman, Simmens. THIRD ROW: Manager Blue, Ullom, VnnWinkle, I.eMieux, Gosset, jellison, Bryants, Stamos, Lane McCann. FOURTH ROW: Coach Cox, Spiers, Bartlet, Devenny, Raether, McGuien, Jennings. Sorentino, Massey, Welclu, Whitworth Coach Wallace. FIFTH ROW: Sherlock, Childers, Stewart, NWoods, Shelet, Barnet, Schiavon, Shaw, Caniglia, Anderson, Whorly, Mana gerg Quinet. The team participates in warm-up exercises. The J,V,'5 bow their heads in silent prayer The boys have pre-game drill as Coach Cox looks on, 269 y v j.V. Football Coach HAROLD COX The line rushes in with a kickoff The team anxiously watches the action on the field. Schaivon stops a driving Nova push, j.V.'s charge into the opposing line for a tackle. 270 L4 J.V. Football Coach DANA WALLACE A fast movirmg rush is blocked by Stranahan. The -I.V.'s greet an opposing team after a game. The boys watch the action from the bench The Strfmahan j.V.'s score a touchdown! 'R l l6'a kefbal! TTT' I M H fro" 'K-:,a,jy13-,jQg5:3g4,.V 4 1 ' " " L,-' - , . . ,A I 5 g 5 'W iflltzifg S 1: Q I I sg. :I ' Aj ' i - .- Huw' If D-vfA 2 I f A- -. ,. -, - f--ff-ff A Q if K - Af T, ,. 1 ,ig ,iwmmm ,""J E, ,.. ., V Q W - e ff .. v---- . - " : " :Y H . : LN! V f iv .. . aa " ,WW '. , A-,rL.,.,,..,.,.,., ii i :-ul , .., a n K. 4 .L iV:Xi,i.i,,,. A in IQ" ' Z' IQQ WWW.-0 f-X-A . ., . .:-, ,. t bw- S it 2 . . ef ' ,, ,,,, was -"Wfm...e, ,A 'W'-if ,. ,.. : Wm?" ...M Dayley and Chambers participate in first bas- ketball try-outs. Dayley makes a long shot as Duva looks on. THE JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: 2 5 " "' " ' h:iIffQs5, :: ' W ,,., gg. I . " -1 Wm 2 'X S 'ix- L , 1 -. W, 75 at K :it L, K 7 . Q, N, ,Q s, A ,ka .T sr , ,W N f 'W X., J 1 ,K ,vi FIRST ROW: Lewis, Ezell, Chapman, Duva, Beasly, Chambers, Cheshier. SECOND ROW: Boy, McCartney, Wood, Copeland Dayley, Seeley, Grim, Quinet, Effinger, Simmons, Ullom. 272 i , by f - g 1 X K E Coach Bratton gives the boys a "locker room" talk. 'V X Ku V xv, f' - 2 f M WV ms. K M. Dayley shoots as Chambers rushes in. Cheshire makes a fine rebound Wally Wright, jim St. Clair, Geralc nah ROW ONE: Coach Wohrman, ROW TVUO: Lee Chatterton, B Clair, Wfally Wright, and Chris Gerald Lewis, Bill Miley, Tony Hughes, Dan McCall fmanagerj. Dennis Dawn. ROW THREE: Pat Walsh, Sandy Garner, Jim St. Pat Walsh, Sandy Garner, Bob Crosby, Bill Miley Lewis, and Lee Chatterton. Tony Hughes, Cliff Danley, and Dennis Dawn DENNIS MAHOOD WINFRED DEAL CHRIS QUIMBY Football Foofball Cross-country BILL REM.MINGTON G if GARY HANLINE JANE HANCOCK O Tennis Tefmig xX IRVING JOHNSON ERRY J KENNEDY DON LII TCHELL Track Track Swimming JOHN THOMPSON aqivv DICK HESSLER Basketball Baseball fvgliiuihm BECKY HOEGSTED Swimming Eapfains for '64 VMI! 114' it f .Mfg E W M, MWA WN, Qi If 0 9 Saphvmm' W -g-If "ll 'V' MN an-L ,, M M fs. Y 'K L 41 X qi. i 0 R 'Q as -M 3 Wal w X I MARK I MMA ww .V f-: ,, ., ,l , , Mmmfxma, - i-553195 f f 1 ,, ,, , LV,A gm A f -,jfkiggffz ,Li , . ,..f-K-'U ,, , - ,,W,,,f,gvg"'?7i f . :L ' J 7 ,.,,,N 1 K' A W, gifffw ' , '-ff,f,,L 6 Q ,, Side 8.,gff4 ' ' ' n jk 3 ,, . I . Av Ak 'M Q Q . I is f M .1 lf- g,i.1-111 , iin-vm 2 . '-'-45,11 ,. 1 wil Q3 QV V A Z2 , Q f Q f x W 4 , 'E 'f K ' ,Q awww WL " A if E. K hw., 4- if W . 4 sf N " W 'f H- 4' Q' ,U -f 4: -an ..:.-M ' 11 . ' ' Y ia: mv it , ii? i I 1- r' fag: M J 5. 4' '8r.:.. Q is Wm. hi it M ,X 1 f 'l-Q .9 :V .:iik,..- f. , 1 - My it A A E D X. Q an nb M 'Am Q 2' ,f:a::1' X, w 1. 'E 'wa - ww " A 6,15 5 5 "VM, f . .Q L 1 '-fu ,E l W -I1 in Q I L La' L v.L4 1 Li gn L CEKLQ f y,,.,ff ., 5 ng., law. 1 ,k 35 Lt-tif- is f-4,5 Ci fam wi. I N P R55 aw sqgxwq WVU, ga 4-'K L Y. 2 n ,Q Swim, my K K ,. -iam., L' W c 'WH' ' , wi ,levy ,Y N E71 Z wiiiv -- 'ikiiiiml i s , A fi ' . ' ' A x ww- ilgwrk - , M ' 3, 3 'H -jx? 'Y P q1.,,,.Eg,Q,. .fm x N. 1'-Mgg,f' ,Qi'?i?E2ffg ' A-ff H , S . ,ksfggzw 4 - " 1 W W, K 9mna...y But soon, no more worry 'Bout finding one's way, Each sophomore worked boldly From day to day. Who will forget That first day, when he Stared at his schedule Wond'ring, "Where can that be ?" Then, supporting our teams And cheering their loudest, Sophomores attended The games-Weren't they proudest? Many'd been able To infiltrate the band- Winning a first and a second chair With a flick of the hand. In the choruses, also, Sophomores abounded, Singing with joy, And becoming well-rounded. so -- ii'--- As the Dragonettes marched Through this glorious year, The sophomore girls Held their positions dear. In football, boys learned, Instead of the "R's" Techniques and ability To become next year's stars. The cheerleaders new, For the Orange and Blue, Wanted on Varsity, So they worked hard, too. M M W' wa s t HEFQPHILL Wu my UH i mg , I Eggxai? 2 V, 1 tw if 1 , Vasu? VOTE FOR 1' H aw. Parrot 5 5 SEQ or .nc-n. cms: .2 , " K an 3 ,L i a 3 X 3 V ,E E fav 42,52 , V vga 1 L 2 as, wa 3145 ,J J?s?"ffsif X 'H aWai:aW3W'X9Zg?i'i" 4 2 Q at 5 af fe , The officers chosen To head the class Did their best this year- Three boys and a lass. . 'W ' f?tf3itii'5 iT:P?t?if't55?f?Wt?W? .. ., ,.,. ,Q,a,,,L2, iWt,,.W,.a,.M,i,,, " "5'ii!iIs9f,'2:13'f -?5,3'+:'Ie:a3e5.f:' fgQtilTL2E5fziag,i5g'-Ti5:L5Q:,l, c , , ,. ,H s Q .',:kf!'f' K K I 1 555795, f 5 1 - "W Dv sewevnfvr ' 3 f ' K ' f 1 1 f - . 41 V- uf A2'fzi'fw:t1g't1 ' I 3 1, X W ' 'N if ,Q fi,'wfYF' ig i Q I 5 , Wheii class elections Began to draw near, Candidates worked, And then waited with fear. Of clubs there were plenty, Each sophomore to choose from, Then, to work hard on projects, To the meeting he'd come. Some gained high standings Became club officers, too, Homework, clubwork, fun- 0h, so much to do! ar. Sometimes homework piled up, And spirits fell down, But the times in between Were to joke and to clown. T3 ---3 ,.r at yn' f 1' -, pi 5 gf 2 I p fili' - 7 H E E , a W ,S iv V , S ' i T a A . " 1 W' i Aff ,I Finished! One year of study, Fun, preparation, Designed to help each Lead his school, then his nation. Q-if Scholastically hi gh Some sophomores, they stood, Perpetual A's- My, but that's good! Well, exams once again, Then each was able To say he's a junior- Has he now become stable? ,mfvzf Barry Adams Vivikka Adams Richard Albury Ginny Aldredge Jane Alexander Tony Alicata. Charlotte Almeida Shirley Almeida Rosanne Ambrose Ricky Ammons George Anderson Jody Anderson Jon Anderson Linda Anderson Vincit Andrews John Andrews Joe Andrules Kathie Anthony Barb Appleford Jeff Archer Nalani Asercion Ben Ash Lucille Asselin Anne Atkinson Patty Atwater Alinda Aunadu Joe Aurelia Charnell Aycock Carol Bachtold Annette Bacile Linda Bailey Jeff Bair Christine Baker Dennis Baker Linda Baker Lela Baldasare Bruce Baldwin Rand Baldwin Raul Balsera JoAnne Barakos Judy Barley Robert Barnes Bob Barnett Janis Barney Greg Baumgardner Barbara Baur Jerry Baxter Karen Beasley Phil Beasley Judy Beatty ., 7 , I 1 was " 5. ,. 7 1 if if v sv 4,7 A3 toi, - it A "::: i X ,A 'Pau at 1 ff ZH, ,55 , 'Wi ig' is 1511? ,Llama , K, 5 its A' Y -as , we 1 .gba 1 -'X at ,.,,, , V 1 if J it-'iilfii A 5 - ,. wi it I 2 ae.. A X x ....... X, 1' J e 'EZ' '4 .r 9 'H X f 1- 'Wx S 3-5, M xx tai 4, i.: A :-: QQ., e : G . , an rrr' 5.0 an :Il "" ' W M., 'fr , V- , ff 'Z ' -,,. 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Qfk I Bob Wright Wallace Wright Cheryl Wulfekamp Don Yahrling Sharon York Kris York Linda Yount Bob Zimmerman Sarah Allen Sue Aronin Pat Ask Mary Lou Bizas Dave Blue Kim Bond Barbara Brown Ann Marie Busillo Kenneth Caudell Don Cerrone Lee Chatterton Becky Davis Ken Defricke Bob De Frosera Carol Deya Stephane Dillevig Doris Dobry Sandy Dodds Sherry Fitch jackie Flask Sandy Fredirch David Fuller Judy Gallahar Mary jane Garth Stan Germent Robert Gibbons Howard Gott Lucille Grillos Carol Hamilton Terri Hendricks Kittie Hendrickson Vicki Hendrickson Linda Hennerberg Giny Hightower jerry Hill Chuck Hodges Linda Holden Sue Honaker Doug Horn Charles Horrell Betty Howard Cindy Howard i f 5 6 JL 'Z ff -A -f,-mi , W i t it '54 if gk Q, ll Mn VE, Af, W K, am' Ep. wc:- W? 'tw Sf :.,:h ul K -- :, ' ZL ' ...,.....,...... Nulce justin Kenneth Katz Walt Keating Murial Kirkpatrick Gail Lamigii Carol Lenny Teresa Martin Dave McCall Pat Miller Fran Mirigliano Sharon Neely Larry Newman Arlene Obringer jim Orr Lynn Peters Pete Plunkett Terry Richard Gary Riney Vicky Roberts Steve Rutkowski 302 Don Schiavon Roger Scholten Kathy Serra Fred Smith Sherry Stearns Vicki Stephenson Marsha Streicher jim Strong Richard Tinkelenberg David Trissel Janie Vanderhagen Bob Vargo Laverne Visneski Alice White Alyce White Ken White Marvin Wichterman Linda Wielhelm Gene Wilson W K Ea. FE':,, s i .ok 303 51 ini' wmv www in , , I ..,.., .,.. -.N--ag ,, T., M Q ? . args? il' Q f' 5 S W 'A M' 'ALQ W. ,,,,.,,. ,Z-T Q ,Q Wm wr' lcl cl OMMS: , Prcszkiwft . . . ,7udyJ!a11c0rA' lice-Preszdeul. . . Kcitlz Parker Swrelary- Creasurer . . . Helen lfalin .Hislorzlzm . . Lynn 52611 Q, A 1 VV, VO, 3 , A M , ,gm 9' 'gg .J A f Q f C ' fi A .J - , . 4 ugfiffiil zulu: lfiifiuy' wfmwuaunasxuuunu-w :X'OWU Hw5'fQ was ,Ae X 305 4 ' M 1Ewf5Qfl' f fFf Q jlllfflfff Helen Bond, preside meeting. ff'-Q " wi. .W 'V 1. Mew J 'lz13fn,Q1'f'f r ' f?rem " nt of Anchor, gmac 5 wrf aw jiswgl. ' ask , 4 5 f :if we i confers with Mrs Q is I g, Q A if nv I z xg, ... W, in Mrs. Miller Spomar Ellison and Dr. Taylor at Regional Mrs. Haltrich SFOIZIU1 f Mr. Haun enjoys himself at the welcome teachers' tea, sponsored by Anchor. 306 ANCHOR OFFICERS: Historian, Diana Gerstenslagerg Recording Secretary, Mary Lucas, Vice President, Carol Eckhardtg President, Helen Bondg Corresponding Secretary, Barbara Wagnerg Treasurer, Lynn Hutchinson. Janie Baker Karen Blue Kay Blue Helen Bond Winfred Deal Bob Miller Joanne Conrath Sally Dunn Carol Eckhardt Diane Gerstenstage A Anchor Admiral Lee Alexander 1 Larry Clements 9 Ed Virgin Laura Hunt Lynn Hutchinson Georgia Macchio Sue Montgomery Barbara Schmid Cathy Sherlock Barbara Wagner Martha Wheeler 307 M Q . fp ... M12 it 140, j. iw. Valerie Bein ,aw . H,'W 2 Ja Q' lj ff L - fi mlgz f YV Kathy Kipp ' -, .K g. , . 1-K ,.-f- f-. " "g g Eden Yount Christmas mailbox 308 lgzf dance. ihili or ,W ,V 54 , L A3 y M L 1 V at lr if 1 Mary Crutcher Kay Forster Diane Fulwider Lynn johnson rr ,, f' 9 8 y , ag Q- x :- X. 'EG ,xg in Q ' L '? ' fl 'S , x, .N .x' H: . 4 J Mary Lucas Sharon McKinney Lynn Martin Sandy Sanderson lm The big anchor, for the admiral Barb Wagner gives a helping hand to Carol Eckhardt. E X 4- Linda Baker f f 1 Sa Bev. Fuelling Q to Anchor Admiral Sue Schmid ,-E .4 -:ax 4' . wa. at 5 . ,-Hflqlk' .a, 1- 1 Judy Botts ' .1-3,il,,:4.., i 6- Melanie Meaders N . y. M fr 1 to if ' in l ty, Q Wap. ax -if ,ia Martha Whitney Berta Gustine Prefiderzz Chris Nelson S erremry-T1'ea51u'e1' Kamera Lee Steele Vire President Guest speakers, Mr. and Mrs. Brentlinker from the Ft. Lauderdale Camera Club, gave Berta Gustine, Chris Nelson, Mr. Kolb, Mr, Tosh, and Lee Steele some pointers. Fred Barb Susan Tosh Geneivive Roach Mr. Tosh shows how pictures should be taken. 309 6711 71114 Fred Tosh President 3l0 Martin Habel Vire Preridenl Charles Mills S 6l'1'6lJ?'-Q' Bob Brenner Serremry Rick Wager Trearurer Marc Chinoy Chaplain James Bflril James Costanzo Mike Hafer 19" James Gilliam Chris Knox Frank Sheeman 5 Stewart Winger Richard Kline, Sponmr ,,,.......a msn DREW lf " ri :W ., 3 rd. 6.2 Af fi f R' Q f K' K :.-- 1 7 ., ' 03 Q5 , ft ,f' gs iiril Frank Sheeman makes a sale to john Spera. Joseph Link, Spomor wi. ' , :r w if ' " ,' - h s Mike DeBusschere 1 fa i "lf .1--...M R , 3 3: gg, . Mg , We fm iam f 6 - v Richard Lindstrand Q, lb if r 44 rx a lx Q-, , fi, Richard Ogburn Phil Beasley a i. 'f' fl L2- 'X' 'f . Q ' '1w,gwi.Jg1 Russ Bergeron iii. ' - I R ,nr Z-gr? r " 'H 5 N1 "ivy, we Tom Moore , ,:igg,ga,a,i ww Q2 JZ? , we WW . New A is- ,X-fi K 32 '7' 1. , V 'gi jay Salyer , 3 w g Sp ay WF nav' Steve Hafer he 1 gk 'H Half msg R Rim? 6 ga A" T if 2 W -gxvmxf' QRM' '4--- .1 " 4 ,1 N' Oi fbi, -L -' 55323755 w,2yX,N -gm ,-53, x, X s .3 g X Q 13, QW - sl .,,,L W,A. W, ' -wif' - hw Sn W? David Brown :X ' E V - ' " -gn .. .gs :fi james Napolitan 14' Y' WFS , I 8 A We W' if of john Keplinger , Wei? af 'uv r 7122 iffvgfiggq y isa Barry Nation Civitan versus Honor Society in the ICC tournament. "Miss Crvitan Berta Gustine and court Suzie Hightower, Nancy Riggsbee, and Mary Lucas" a-13' 3II 60-Operative l5'usim'ss Sdumfirfu Wiiflblw A-.,. ' iw' " H -:. . If . fj K may . ' Q 'Y a js li 1, vi,, a, - ,Q 12" B K Ellen Butler meets with officers, Alice Dawkins, Barb Rosenstiel, Susan Kovacs, Karen Floyd, Judy Blank, and Pat Nantovich. 3.5, , H' . 'T' c, ,, 'lv 16' 'lu W Pat Nantovich, President U XX Barbara Mazur g........w---A Alice Dawkins, Chaplain Barbara Rosenstiel, Vice Preyidemf Susan Kovacs, Secretary Carol Ysbeck xi 1,., fz., 1 V J me rf H me Ng ', .u. Q 1 egg fd , , iw gg:-. Barbara Nations Jackie Benoit Judy Blank Marge Colicchio Dottie Fields Mary Michaud Martha Gebert Sharon Galop Linda Lyle Lula Hammonds f?M M 'LQ , if lf ill i , We M, mm. ,V - Q Q , . '-'.. .,4vQ,, M' Karen Floyd V,"E:' ii, 4 Jane Vandevander Barbara Wfygent Iva .. if Rosemary Gorth if 3l3 Debut? Richard Goodhart, sponsor, makes his point! Bob Johnston and Paul Clarke nail their booth together for juniorette jubilee. Paul Clarke, Prefidem THE DEBATE CLUB: Mr. Gooclhart, Ken Katz, Paul Clarke, Dale Clarke, Donna Samal, Bob Johnston, Barbara McClain Cathy Alston, Jack Hanna. 3I4 Divcrszfkd 60-Operative Cm king uhh: Money is quite an asset in any class-or business! D.C.T. teacher, Donald King Jacque Devereaux Prerident D.C.T.'s "Sugar Shack" won first prize for the best booth at the juniorette Iuhilee. Stranahan was well represented at the convention held in Palm Beach. Lorraine Gullo Vire Prerident iii r if 5 .-v We ,fame ,iv if A I Q K I 1 Fred Armstrong Sandy Dunbar Don Foley Grandy Furtick Steve Gail Mike Guthrie 1 . 55 'Q Carol Jennings Nancy Mahoney Dennis Malloy Ellen Mansfield Rick Michard Pat Monte I Glenn North joe Rushing Van Smith Jeanne Taylor 'FR DCT students leave school in the middle 0 the day to go to their jobs. Brian Dorrell helps a customer while working at Sears and Roe- buck. Mary Priest Brian Doffell George Suit jill Linnert Claudia Drake Sep,-gmry Tfeqywgr Hiylorian Parliamenlariun Chaplain Dragoneffes OFFICERS: Second Lieutenant, Lynn johnson, First Lieutenant Carol Eckhardt, and Captain, l Kay Blue. l Squad leaders: Susie Le- bow,' Lynn Martin, and Pat Mann. Dragonettes prepare for another halftime show during football season. Barbara Boyer, Karen Decker, Diane Fulwicler, Kay Forester, Val Bein, Betsy Popham, Susie Hightower, Linda Borg. 3I7 DRUMMERS: Katie Gustafson, Susan VanWyk, Pat Harris, Marilyn Zegel. Mary Ann Moon, Gail Wilder, Lynn Johnson, Lynn Hutchison, Mary Sue Copeland, Cheri Lynch, Barb Schmidt, Marcia Cooper. Linda Camp, Susie Lebow, Cathy Hollinger, Karen Blue, Berta Gustine, Carol Baker, jean Kerr, Marcia Makepeace. Sandy Breckenridge, Sharon Lunsford, Crol Eckhardt, Judy Botts, LYHH M2rtin,Pf1fMf1rm, Sharon MCKUIHCY, Sharon Gfillle- 3I8 , f, Af-'-5 Echo QF Sclm Mr. Ogle pointed the way. Stranahan High School Jane Hall, Managing Editor, saw that the job got done. Ken Swedroe, Echo artist, did the cartoons and il- lustrations. mm Jane collected a few stories from the staff writers. 3l9 ihw 'warn Q --' f i 1 it K lr, ,awww 'J Lorraine Lawrence, Public Relations Manager, and most prolific of Echo Writers often contributed 50W of copy necessary for an issue. Barbara Mielo, Advertising Manager, sold the ads for the Echo to Ft. Lauderdale business men. l f it I A- f ffilik xg .-H' .W wqwaff R l 5 ! joylynn Barron, Diane Sanchez, Bob Miller and Donna Samal proofed the copy, after writing and rewriting. 320 l k I is 'i'- 4 Mike Parker flips for photo. Richard Polangin, IBM operator, types first drafts -psyd' Lorraine Lawrence, Public Relations Manager, and most prolific of Echo Writers often contributed 50627 of copy necessary for an issue. Barbara Mielo, Advertising Manager, sold the ads for the Echo to Ft. Lauderdale business men. .::. if L A Mike Parker flips for photo. wt' -Ioylynn Barron, Diane Sanchez, Bob Miller and Donna Samal proofed the Copy, after writing and rewriting. 320 Richard Polangin, IBM operator, types first drafts 5. Echo ff S Stranahan Hugh School Jane Hall, Managing Editor, saw that the job got done. 8410 Mr. Ogle pointed the way. jane collected a few stories from the staff writers. Ken Swedroe, Echo artist, did the cartoons and il- lustrations. 3I9 Nia' A 1 Everyone gets into the final "putting toget julie begins the distribution. -I any if . W....,.nnvW' Nancy White, Make-Up Manager, checks and approves her operation." the results of her labor. The staff, Kitty McCurroll, Marci Coyle, Ruth Mat- tox, David Medley, Bob Wood, Wes Comeau, Fred Smith, Barbara Heller, Joyce Newman, Polly Ray, and Walter Mitchell, help to assemble the Echo. .., , ,we I" w.. . 4, M-54. 5 t, Y A. it qv, tm ' sy if S' tlt t.t , il reite If 3 i . ,f M NTP'f?NAU SUN"t"e l A Sally Dunn and julie Smith, Busi- ness Managers, count the money, to ready it for the bookkeeper, 32l 51 Pu adv SHARON JGYCE Cri- ffdifars SALLY DUNN Marsha Speck and Sharron Joyce sit down for a minute's rest. 322 ...J l Ideas for the introduction are put to use by Janet Iverson, Dawn Clem, Cheryl Lawyer, Sally Dunn and Ken Swedroe. I9 y fx ff! X M . fe "Oh, gracious, another interrup- tion." -'W' arf" MARSHA SPECK Ronnie Armstrong, Joanne Conrath, Kay Blue, Sue Montgomery, Mollie Lovelady, Sharon Lunsford and Paulette Stone complete Senior Pages. ZX uw X XS lrfiiqj '-4. 90604 t ft!! f ' P if jdf ff A tl Kkgfff sf ff t P f is My 1, 'Huff J I I G Q M. K l Q " NX ff . l L1 ,rf my ez K--I ,114 iff S W , gf ffl ' l Vt ! l T , IJ, . fi Q of Z , 'gym Work done in the Activity Section is begun by Patti Page, Karen Reiner, Gail VUilder, Karen Winkopp, john Gerum, and Pat Underwood. Pat Stephenson and Joe Suit aid Patty Capozzi in drawing up junior Pages. Mr. Ogle, Publications Imlruclor 'P--mm john Leatherwood and Walter Mitchel dis- cuss ideas for Sport Pages. 521525: Peggy' Vann offers suggestions to Paul Cluverius, Becky Friend, Teri Creed, Karen Cooper, Sue McNie1 Sketches Sophomore Gerald Radomski and Caroline Hines on the Club Pages. Pages as Gail Foster, Marie Antinello and Jean Wickman offer suggestions. 323 Index Ediwf, Allison TUOINHS, iUdiCHfGS fflffll P11805 to mC1T1befS Camilla Westly and Martha Vifheeler consult john Spera, Circulation of her committee, Put Harris and Slmron Grizvle. lxfgmgef, about E1 Pugmjg receipts, 3 Q W'--..,mhML - Q me M.i,,,-.N 5-,hhgw ""'-u-N, N 'H3 Mike Purkei-. PlllJfOgl'g1Pl1Cl'. goes Out of his way to get L1 good picture. 'fe-Q-......, U QQ. 5 - . ..,,,. K . i 2 w ff Monica Morris, Judy McEwen, Sue Lopez, Kathy Han- ley, Donna Puvey, and Carol Sue Dodge check pages before shipment. 1 Elaine Dade and jill Dotts show Sandy Bowen, Nancy Chapman, and Carol Witte the new advertising layouts. 324 Ken Swedroe-Afzift ,'Ai Ke A 'y e .3 my ., , e-',,,,,,, I- ,g , rumen IN T95 N- Q Srfclzaugc OFFICERS: John Spera, Parliamentarian, Ed Virgin, Chaplain, Paul Lindoerfer, Secretary, Frank Baldasare, President, Don Mitchell, Treas- urer, and Jerry Napolitan, Vice President. SENIOR MEMBERS: Nick Duva, Winfred Deal, Bill Lagassee, Larry Judd, Ed Mc- Clung, Dick Wisneski, Ed Virgin, Bob Goral, Doug Splane, John Calvert, Gary Sal- tus, jon Anderson, Frank Baldasare, Alan Harms, Don Mitchell, Paul Lindoerfer, john Spera. SPO?2.l'07',' Bruce Kolb 'E SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR MEMBERS: Sandy Garner, Gary Langley, Timothy O'Connell, Mike Sherlock, Dennis Hipsley, Mike Ezell, Nick Chambers, jim Diviney, Joe Simmons, Jerry Salato, Darryl Garner, Richard Norman, Dan Vaniman, Earl Lambert, Tim Erwin, Terry Winder, Mike Vetro, Tom Kreinberg, Bill Herbert, Brent Lecky, Tony Duva, Dave White, Bob Lanteri, Mike Sorentino. Mike Ezell, Sandy Garner, Daryl Garner, and Mike Sherlock paint the Bob Mastin Memorial that was donated by the club in '62, If ,,.. , Paul Lindoerfer, Tom Krienberg, and Mike Ezell sell tickets for Exchange. 325 6 .',-- I ,L Q 'Eff by 5 Every Sweetheart gets a rose on Valentine's Day, but Pat Anthony receives three from Exchange Club members Tom Krienberg and Bill Herbert. .4 . Exchange club assists in the book room during second hour. Exchange members sponsor f I.C.C. BASKETBALL TOURN the sale of monograms. AMENT WINNERS: FIRST ROW: Richard Norman, Bob Lantari, Terry Widener, Tim O'Connell, Tom Kreinberg, Darryl Gardner, Dan Vaniman, Gary Saltus. SECOND ROW: Ed Virgin, Doug Splane, Ed McC1ung, Bill Herbert, Winfred Deal, Frank Baldasare, jon Anderson, john Calvert, Bob Goral. 326 Secreiszry, Suzanne La Fitte Preiideul, Gerald E Willworth ' 4,4 N i . X . 5 A sill S A C 'ff ' ' , j g I 4 f P ,Wg I 'Q K 1 Xi ' -- 7- -. K' S'rSpz4":f.,"+4km 1 ' 1 as li ,E,glQ2giQ3 " L- in . " 4 'v"h"""' 'Q' O W 2 i ' ef au: 2 wrwafpg. gs: i. - l ' l"'f'i"2 1 A A m'A' al S P s 1 r -2 P r - 1 5' ' . AX I Q A V if 5 Tfeizrurer, Kay Woodnian Spwzforr' Coleen Story and Mildred Bailey Vice Pferidezzt, Tippy Valin nn, W -Y ill K FIRST ROW: Sue Gagnon, Adrienne Cacavio, Karen Debevec, Dawn Heaton, Ruth Miller, Aileen Furiosi, Sharon Eshelman, Tofi Atohl. SEC- OND ROW: Madaline Pasquale, Georgia Ash, Sarah Woodman, Tippy Valin, Kathy Rollins, Clara Bahardo, Deanna Adams, Linda Syer, Elaine Frate, Rene Farmer, Susan Campbell. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Lafitte, Pam Harlowe, Gay Plumley, Billie Ann Pildner, Marlia Budd, Lorraine Becker, Melinda Underwood, Mary Jocis. FOURTH ROW: Cecil Sullivan, JoAnn jocis, Darlene jackson, Jeff Phelan, Tom James, Mike Dabensschire, Peggy Bistline, Gerald Wfillworth, Sandy Bowen, Richard Dexter, Larry Butler. 32 7 , W -Y -- -2- - ?uturc' l6'usir1es Leaders ,-'lx Y' Kr: Q if ? is I , R ii Q F Q 5' 2: E 5 5 Q fi OFFICERS: Ann Randa-bolt, treasurerg Pat Savage, vice presidentg Bar bara Mazur, president, and Barbara Wfygont, secretary. , ' lie Pam Bush, Rosemary Gorth, Pat Nantovech, Linda Baskett, sponsor: fi A R' i jurly Blank, jane Vandevander, Pam Tunnell, sitting are jackie Q 'W Benoit, Pat Savage, Barbara Mazur, Barbara W'ygont, and Ann Randa- nga., bolt. All members in FBLA must be enrolled in one business subject. Christine Apel i Linda Baskett jackie Benoit Marge Colicchio Barbara Eldon Pat Nantovech Jane Titcomb 328 Pam Bush Lynn Gooley Pat Tunnell Sue Chamberlain Rosemary Gorth jane Vandeyander 4? 3 a 3 l l Ei Qufurc D0 fm' il -Et Gary Saltus shows a skeleton to the future doctors: Cheryl Dodson, Wendy Chappelle, Mary Ann ,Moon, Sue Lanstead, Barbara Kovaleski, Becky Kiser, Joyce Dale, Lynn Ezell, Barbara Bradley, Bill Conley, Harold Rockwood, Melanie Schmitz, Eugene Patraghia, Steve Regner Terry Creed, Darryl Neil, Ann Hendricks, Ruth Miller, Diane Higgins, Greta Knox, Francine Grehl, Rosemary Pyne, Joyce Hoerneschmeyer, Sheila Maloy, jim Amadi, Ken Hammond, jack Hanna, Gerald Radomski. fe l N I i l James CllH6"-S,fI07l,f07' Hammond, jack Hanna, Floyd Osterman, Gary Saltus, Bill Conley, Becky 329 ?ufz1re ffvmcmakcrs Amerzcu W-...., S Y Ks yi h,bi S 'E i -4. v r i ' ' " 'Si if E 'iz 1' i be in li The Officers of F.H.A. are Vivikkii Adams, Vice Presidentg Sue Smoker, Parliumentariang Karen Reiner, Presidentg Pat Quimby. Clmplaing Shirley MCCullar. Treasurer. Spgmom Billy Boyd and Mary Criss. 1,1 'AH . - I 1 1 3 i S s"""s , J , .L Q if S We 5' ' M 'M J' 12 President, Karen Reiner, lights candle before initiation as members Pat Quimby, Nancy Brown, Barb Eldon, Ann Hasselton, Jean Stoeffler, l Vivikka Adams, Sue Smoker, Shirley McCullar, Sherry Leasure, Vicki Stoner, Carol Roth, Dee Burton, and Judy Heitezrater look on. l M-am. Q-......,.n-Q Gay Vandegriff, Secretaryg Susan Stastic, Treasurerg Sharon Davis, President gufurc' Nurses 1ff,4merim V Elizabeth Geldbaugh , f if i M2 iiiii ' 'i:i i 5 ' Q-:' M iiiiii ,".:.,..'. Edna Hurst Carol Witte gives a talk about the heart to mem-bers Joyce Hoerschemyer, Peggy O'Neill, Merlene Burgess, Linda Monte, Gay Vanclegriff, Connie Kimball, Cassandra Miller, Louise Bartley, Sharon Davis, Susan Stasik, Mary Sue Copeland, Sheila Maloy. v"x,,,.. aff' I 2 lb Many of the future nurses profited by working at Br0WHfd General Hospital as "ems." 33' ?ufure Secretaries Marion McDermott Vice President Janet Cianciarulo, Cynthia Bowe, and Rosemary Gorth. linda Polero, Nancy Stole, Shirley Dollar, Gail Bundy, Pat Kemplin. 332 f if Y if Vermass, Pam Bush, Judy Allard, Roberta Lynch, Rosemary O'Neil, Lynn Slack, Kathy Upton, Carol Pfefiderll Joyce Landon Vice Prefidezzt Becky Brumbaugh St?L'1'6'ffIl'J Sue Tabbert Trefzrzzrer Vickie Renfro HfJ'f07'juZ1Z Carolyn Flynn Cbizplfzizz Olivia Caudle Olivia Caudle helped with a discussion of Kathleen Doetsch Sue Kinsley ,: . ey Q 2, J ? f ' . Christine O'Neill Donna Russell important past events. Nancy Mahoney fiufure Cmchers rff,414f1crim Jeanne Smolter, Olivia Candle, Joyce Landon, Sue Tabert, and Carolyn Flynn talked over their future plans for teaching. wm'gijre3f5.?' lf F.T.A. helped redecorate the teachers' lounge at Christmas. Carol Wise Miss Hutchison, Sponsor Jolene Smith 333 German German club officers are Winifred Deal, vice president, Ann Krumholz, historian, Lis Stein, president, and Wendy Chapelle secretary treasurer. Lis Stein, Winfred Deal, Annemarie Krumholz, and Bruce Torrance practice for Showboat. 334 Arlene Davison, Karen Cheshire, Hagan Kohler, Chuck Burgess and Sandy Beckett are initiated. jo-La Johnston and Winfred Deal take part in Juniorette jubilee. Sponior: Gisela Griffin FIRST ROW: Winfred Deal, Mrs. Griffin, Lis Stein, julie Smith, Bruce Torrance, Charlotte Cook, Annemarie Krumholz, Rhonda Brotman, Sandy Beckett, Jean Smolter, Lynn Stowman, Linda Lester, jerry Grims, Wendy Chappelle, Linda jaggers, SECOND ROW: john Lowry, Alan Schmidt, Alan Hayes, Casey Eaton, Elaine Beasley, Rick Vance. Elizabeth Stein leads the members in a German song for the Christmas Sing. 335 Girl ' Athletic flssvciai 2714 4 '- - f sa .. ' . , g ig, 7-LJ , I ,ff we 'r Q ' -V 'X ii., gm' T , 1 Kf fz j . V A - . .,:g,, . f 'e . .. . .. eg ' jx ,, '- ' ,ae HE ' ' ' . V T ,Q . . . . .ai . Sponior: Helen McBroom .V 4 .,., H , . . m A A " , -. ,la , ' fi SPWUUV-' Geofgla Landon . Q i -Hi. - A Y ihjiax ggi 'K 1 , Q- ' '. ' ' in at 3 ' T ff ' 5 , - ... Hin 'Xl H. As: 5 Z ll ., iw xy rj' . ' . , 5 ' ii ll ll ' , sz M , W- - ,.,, W ,, . , fr. , The girls take a break during their meeting. FIRST ROW: Carol Taylor, Greta Knox, Sandy Langley, Francine Grehl, Sharlene Roberts, Gail Privett, Karen Stephan, SECOND ROW: Mary Fitch, Donna Dawkins, Carol Pasquale, Karen Kruse, Linda Miller, Karen Randall, Ronnie Alpern, Melanie Wolff. Bowling is a weekly activitlr for the members. FIRST ROW: Carol Beecher, Melanie Wolf, Sue Rosenberg, Sandy Bird, Ronnie Alpern, Sue Bain, Bonnie Heyworth, Linda Miller, Nancy Brown. SECOND ROVU: Drena Tuckweller, Linda Under- wood, Karen Shephan, Sandy Schaller, jean Lunden, Rita Dargel, Linda Kurzrock, Carol Culton, Toni Wilson, Sue Bridges. THIRD ROW: Dianna Inman, Greta Knox, Dianne Higgins, Sharlene Rob- erts, Judy Privett, Marilyn Parenteau, Karen Kruse, Mary Fitch, Vickie Henderson, Vickie Higginson Andrea Normar, Pattie Sheem, Carol Taylor, Donna RuSS6ll, Julie Moser. Q Sandy Schaller, Nancy Bradshaw, and Toni Wilson Sandy Bird, Rita Dargel, and Ronnie Alpurn add up their bowling enjoy softball. score. 336 i Graplzkylrfs Pat Marslmll Robert Wfbsfef Bob Corsino Glen Steward looks over the multilith offset. E' 5 5' Joe L rd sets the Kenro Camera. 5 'Wig Zi -I -I Xin i ' 'X ,nur ' ,,1-,.-.g4i.f.7,m. ,, , I I K7 Q L A t , i ' - rrbr ii 53 K if f A it W A A in 5, . my t i ffl! " ' V - - if ir W -vvt ,, Y .Q , vii' af' Maigfff- 1 WF if ff A 2 f -iw 1, x . 4 I: d I K L Q ' ww , 1, X I 5. ,, 9!v 1 5.35. A " again t jf ' .W ' "i 2' i: jf, v kiiwfx 'Sl 5 , , I Al i I ,, , ,Q , . 145' '- , 4-?4' i.s 'f- 1 Ei .., WM" 1 ff 1 V f flyhf f x gglpa J, , 'A 'hm ' 1. ,' A:T'VjJ ff if :Mizz 4 1. Q 5 E 2 .. 'Q 5 li sg ' 2 X al: I S 5 s s 1 K2 it fi' ,, ' li if 3 ' 5? 2: if K x ffm' 'S ff! 91" ' fd K b s .ek-1.1 K , if i hi -Alfflfy, i Bob Rudtkey prints play programs for "Bell, Bob Corsino and Paul Perry work with the light table and plate burner Book and Candle," 337 Hi- If ,,W,L ii iv Spozzyorx Charles Shannon Steve Everhart helps make 30 points for Hi-Y in the ICC Spozzmrx Edward XX'eaver Tournament. Jack McCahill sells YMCA cookies to Joy Salyer. Ricky Wager, Rick Impson, and jerry Kennedy paint garbage cans for Hi-Y. 1 ,I qw, , 'ff . 2370- V. '08 ff if if SA l if KW, 'UK MW' 1 11'-2: X' id- 4 il' 'Msn .,, ' , Q r W 'Y Ea rl Lambert S Ef1'Flr'11'-Q' Rick Wagar PlZ1'lf!177Z67lf.:11'I:17l Q X JERRY KENNEDY PRESIDENT Irv johnson Cbfzplxifz i Darryl Garner F if MRRR RRR L' ' is X, , 5 X 1 ,V K.:- Qlll A Ji? -1 Y f . Dick Hessler jerry Kennedy collects for Muscular Dystrophy VUE Pffwffnf I Lee Alexander n2f"f1'--. f L , Q-if is fw- Np i W Ai N ,grills ., ' Marne' 4, W 1 S Ls,g!e1m"'r , 5 RL., ' - " 1 Gary Richard Hainline Impson c TOfi . Frank Stephen ROlD6rt Af0h1 Baldasare Everhart FFBUCI1 T7'Ec1.fll1'6f l Larry Topper Judd Keefe t Chris Knox jack McCahill 339 Honor Sveiefy I Lee Alexander Prafidezzz Doug Splane The solemn candle-lighting service, Vice Prexidefzt Susan Chambers Secremry Paul Li ndroerfer T1'ef1fm'er Mr. Haun congratulates new members. FIRST ROW: Sandy Faber, Caren Fuller, Dawn Heaton, Jean Stoeffer, Judy Hancock, Camilla Westly, Helen Valin, Kay Woodman, Kathy Fink, Lynn Gooley, Jan Booth, Marsha Speck. SECOND ROW: Olivia Caudle, Ann Averill, Rhonda Brotman, Lorraine Lawrence, Suzanne Montgomery, Effie Jo Melton, Teri Turner, Cathy Mizell, Nancy Hatch, Melanie Schmid, Joyce Landon, Carla Gebert. THIRD ROW: Suzanne Lafitte, Sherry Cox, Tracy Wilkinson, Jim Amadei, Doane O'Connell, Lynn Ezell, Jane Hancock, Donna Verdenburg, Jane Hall, Chris Garbe, Janie Baker, Dan Outz, Ted Tollet. FOURTH ROW: Jim Constanza, Phil Bauer, Arden Brake, Keith Parker, Tom James Richard Dexter, Craig Edewaard, Jeff Phelan, Robert Johnston, Ken Hammond, Roy Froid, Gerald Willworth, Nick Duva, Lonnie Clark Marty Habel. 2 FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Cymalo, Elaine Frate, Candy Ferrera, jones, Tomi Tyler, Peggy Dexter, Carol Dechart, Donna Keath, Eby, Eden Yount, Veroniaca Hickman, Karen Cheshire, Carol Richard Lindstrand, Gary Smith, Gilbert Westbery, Steve Schlie, Carol Rolfe, Susy Hightower, Vickie Renfro, Marcia Makepiece, Barbara Evelyn Brandon. SECOND ROW: Elaine Dade, Wendy Chappelle, Rayma Norton, Lynn johnson, Pat Hutchins, Aimmee Yoshioka. THIRD ROW Darryl Hortman, jim Napolitan, Frank McComb, Tim Rosen, Dick Ogbourn, Bill Aycock, Mike DeBusshore, Pete Gibson, Jay Salyer Dave Herbert. John Self Hifforiazz Barbara Wagner P.fzr'lifznzefzzm'if1n William Augustine Spomor ICC Tournament Jean Bunner Cbnpltmz Are we winning interact Cliff Rubicam, Jporzmr Harold Cox, rpomor Michael Dempsey S ecrelary Lee Alexander 342 Direrior 1: Mr. Darragh, Dennis Mahood, Gary Waldron, and the Rotary president at a weekly Rotary luncheon. Dennis Mahood, prerident Gary Waldron, vfre pferidenz Craig Edeward, Treafurer I Tofi Atohi Buzzy Truxal Direczor Director The Dragon donated by Interact. 12 Q M If 5 it N 'B e be .V 6 T -gi V 1 is 'r aff 'nw ' -- 522: ,Q if ar Bill Aycock David Brown Willianl Blackwell Jlmml' Burns if I-I Jerry Kennedy and Bob Lang- ford monitor the halls. Chris Quimby checks Track Board donated by Interact. Bi t George Dickman MWQH Larry Clements jack Kabat and Ted Schindler collecting for the Salvation Army le 41' Terry Dunn john Evans Craig Evans, David Blue, and jimmy Burns putting on a license plate sold by Interact. 343 Manual labor? No-Interact painting the parking lot. r 1 . . - fmt .f -,213 f -. if , if is ,wifi ' -2 ,1 em I F, Ed Guarnieri r ts s f X JH 2 in Dick Hessler Steve Everhart Robert French Jerry Kennedy and Bob Langford collecting for Muscular Dystrophy l s. Es xr pn H-'M-W-as 344 im wgg isa? lm A fvis' -glial, ASW' up ff A ' W . ' vi S I 'im . me 'ff ' A hm. 1.0. - Richard Impson jack Kabat One way of keeping our school clean is having nice-looking trash cans. ,...-J ST RANAHAN J 'DRAGONS i ,D D ... 1 . fmffifn " 'F' Dfirxflfhlft' as Peggy Vann, Dan Bennett, Gary Waldron, Dennis Mahood, john Evans selling license plates. jim Welch jerry Kennedy Ted Schindler john Yergler Andy Rawell W aff' 'K ea ' , :rl K 'Q Gary Waldron, Dennis Mahood, Mike Dempsey, sell banners to julie Smith, I ff 345 frzicr-611111 Hound! Lee Alexander Paul Clarke Judy Hancock, president, and Mr. Mosser, sponsor, discuss Tofi Atohi Sherry Cox business of the Inter-club Council. painting of the Tram gms . U . D6HI1iS Robert 1Vf3hOOd Lfaftin I Barbara Pat Mazure Nantovech f .f 1 -12 HN VWX f Vim, Karen Reiner Parliamentarian-Chaplain, Lynn Ezellg Secretary-Treasurer, Tippy Gerald Valing Vice President, Keith Parkerg President, Judy Hancock. Willwerth 346 Gary Saltus Roger Wise y X D 5 Frank Karen Kay Helen Baldasare Blue Blue Bond Sharon Jacque Aileen Jane Davis Devereaux Furiosi Hall Olivia Cauclle H1 f -. x 4' 'NM Q jack Hanna ' ' ,psig V, i wg. waz, RK Winfretiw Deal and Bonnie Dunbar add glamour to S.H.S. trash Garbage can painting is serious business to these active club cans. members. . ai ss if r' i f" in, Elizabeth Fred Ed Barbara Stein Tosh Virgin Wagner Kay Woodiiian, Kooky Chambers, Lynn Ezell, Mike Pierce, and It's another basket in the I.C.C. basketball tourna jainie Baker cheer for Honor Society at I.C.C. tournament. ment. I fanfare!! 5 Lynn Ezell Prcridcfzz Judy Hancock Vice Prffiderzz Camilla XX'e5tly Serrehzry Bob Miller King of Dinmofzdf Kathy Clemes Kooky Chambers Ann Averill i. ,,m. 5 if r .. af.,-Q--vwvbfwrf--:M ::1i"X'fj'f?'- lr g . Jiliij ' Q z 1 4. 312- K , . f 'T 1-1-1-1'-.slgifwsdcefffs .W ,f 'Wm Cathy Mizell Tffmurer Arleen Furrosx juniorette-Key Jubilee was great fun for all! 348 EF J jane Hall Left to right: Teri Creed, jane Hancock, Jane Ray, Lynn Eze-ll, F5 Linda Eshleman Sponfor E Nancy Hatch Cheri I wnch letters. Billie Ann Pildner Venita Quick Teri Turner ,. The j's keep busy working in Guidance. Barb Schmid, an Anchor member and Teri Creed a jun iorette, work together at Christmas answering Santa Claus Paul Lindoerfer jerry Napolitan ' '-sal, Nz,'fi1? 5 in fi, if , ii 3' im Ellen Barth . , ,m .W.x , L "n?mwmN.f-.H. Susie Hightower S J' I iw- - "' " Alinda Aunapu 350 1f:1fawsnEi :imimfa a - imma a fmamfm Liam A522451 1- - dw . g qi W K X' ,ravi ggi. 75, J V Sue Beller Marilou Cmaylo ,Y 4' iw is 45,4 gf-My ,R . , H. . , , 0 . Carolyn Hines ylary Ann Hulburt 'A' . 1 .- K ,gg X 5: WL , , si - f '. ' 'V' if J' ' vi ' K .af is . ii:-,.. ii i I i , : -... f . "VI-1.1 ,V Hx T31 Qin. Linda Borg Sandy Peabody King of Diamonds Bob Miller 'zu 1 Karen Decker ,L , gg 'E HHN Jean Kerr .Q H ,gg-I r, , fl .. i xiwmf W E 2 L 4? 1, K r K if M Julie Mcllvaine a 'K i Mary Edwards --in - ' .54 A lx Ri Lynn Mcllvaine .1-'iw .g V S will W' IN Dianne Higgins Don Mitchell Chris Quimby ry zy. ,,i glyi - K W .65 Elaine Frate 'P' , fa X +1 3 fa he Ainqee Yoshiok fm if , S Q w ire Pat Travis Prefzdent fo Isfef junk Uri-Hi-y Karen Decker Vive Prefident 'Tux jennifer Judd Trearurer Diane Fulwider C lmplfzin Kathy Kipp Secremry Sharon McKinney H irforian if- ni SKI? . ,im,if, .--f., , ,gm r - ,MW ,,.-, 1 BSSPSQSF: ,ifigsgw 1'?Sff1ff vim 'Www mm. Karen Decker and Mary Sue Copeland learn the hard way. se: 'N Spamor: Josephine Davis 35I FIRST ROW: Christy Meyers, Carol Baker, Bonnie Dunbar, Karen Decker, Linda Barnes, Joanne Lopez, Sue Thibedue, Linda Syer, Judy Allard. SECOND ROW: Pat Sjodin, jane Platt, Kay Foster, Gail Metzger, Mary Lucas, Sharon McKinney, Janice Freeman, Kathy Kipp, Kathy Spera, Diane Fulwider, Linda Tibbetts. THIRD ROW: Jennifer Judd, Connie Bevan, Melinda Lil- lard, Wanda Fletcher, Nancy Schmeid, Karen Griffin, Mary Copeland, Linda Adams, Candy Fisher, Gaile Bunde, Donna Pluta. FOURTH ROW: Chris James, Alice Miller, Linda Monte, Donna Pierce, Angela McDowell, Gay Plumley, Diana Pierce, Pat Kemplin, Donna LaMont, Sharen Hansen, Linda Swisher. Another car, another dollar! 352 Sf7071.f07'.' Mary Campell Key Keith Parker Jacque Devereaux Prerident Vice Prexiderzl Jim Almldi Ed Ballf Paul Clarke Ken Tarnove Bob Winquist Sfffffdfj' T1'fHf1H'61' Pm'!f:zmefzlfz1'imz Hiflorian Chaplain Dan Bennett Arden Brake Richard Carter :The daily menu is one of Key's services to the school Gary Hainline Jack Hanna Topper Keefe jeff Kielbasa Rick Louden Robert Miller Tim Patrus john Ring Marvin Scott Marvin Wilson 353 Bob Miller, Bob Winquist, and Keith Parker wait for Key to begin their game in the ICC tournament. me bben -Q 5 5 ,',- Q Q? sf '-Q? 'faq Juniorette Key jubilee Key Club Sweellaeart Elaine Dade in A w n Mr. King Mr. Brackett MEMBERS: Gary Hainline, Greg Erwin, Dan Bennett, Rick Louden, Richard Carter, Terry Town- 354 send. 1 63' ty, E, I 1 1 1 K 1 1. A .f e l Pave Roach VV -re 514 i X 'N vnyr Greg Erwin Tim Rosen wal' 5' i 'fl 31 1 J t i Doug Smith Mike Manion 1 5 2 fl X X 1' w K1 X .1 l NK 1 Tony Slaughter '-'Ki' junior members of Key Club: FIRST ROW: Ed Bauer, Bruce Whipple, Tim Rosen. SECOND ROW: Dave Roach, Gary Glick, Bill Stonakei, Gary Walker. juniorettes' King of Diamonds and Candidates for Key Club Sweetheart: Chris Quimby, jerry Napolitan Don Mitchell, Bob Miller, Paul Lindoefer, Annette Sano, Diane Higgins, Mickie Luckhardt, Elaine Dade Elaine Frate. 355 latin . NX I nz' 'z X P S5 .1 X 1 fd. X i kr t 3 'K , ,R .ff Frank Nowakowski, Treasurer, Donna Vordenberg, Secretary Kathy Fink Parlia- , , mentarian. Cookie Chambers, Vice President, james Amadie, President, examine bust of Cicero. uf y ,sl WSJ 4 A W A trial P A F11 ,. wif, 5 rw , v it V 5.13 5 f ,si , A l , +G? f 3 - C, fifiwjgg 3 Perm, T 'tlasagf Q "lm: X S , fl , 1 .," milf' ? ' il' I C 54 ' it T' 9' J K ' mAA,p5:,- nigh Q i, , ir Wht- 'g r A , jg, Eleanor Adams and Dorothy Tussing smile over the National Latin Award. Q17 Jim Amadie, Mike Murphy, and Cookie Chambers present skit to club members FI S ' ' ' R T ROW. Melinda Underwood Kathy Fink Mary Cruther Ruth M'll n k , , , 1 er, Karen Dec er, Rosemary Davis, Kay Schconover. SECOND ROW: X Karen Kruse, Donna Vordenburg, Vivikka Adams, Ken Tarnove, Don Herschfield, Gary Walker, Frank Nowakowski, Carol Podworny. 356 W1 nth President Gerald Willwertli Vice President jack Hanna ' 'mmnxdl .isitltlilfiqu i h ' Mm K ' Amfllrq ' Qbriiuridg u1'.Rrf1mri'rs ' M,-41, 1..,y.,i ., fum ' . ,6imuiit?.a'ii.gb prima . - ' ,af '-4,w,M,w.-, Jw, se..-,ggi 5.14 im.4,..dA...,f ' 4. .,..Q A, A ,riff-Vs --.iz 4, Janie Baker The Math Club Charter is on display in the trophy case. 'Uk Kenneth Hammond Stephen Hollingsworth Secretary john Self . Treasurer Frank Sheeman Spomofx' Geraldine Greer I Chuck Vessey 357 Madera Dance Practicing for wood Arts Festival: FIRST ROW: Sue Sanders and Linda Ericksen. SECOND 358 the Holly- ROW: Betty Bastein, Sus anne Lafitte, Olivia Caudle jo-Ann jocis, Rosemary McMamara, Linda Arnold Spomorx Revell Shaw 2, 'Wx , A as ' '1 2 my OFFICERS: President, Olivia Caudle, Vice President, Sue fx l Sanders, Treasurer, Jo-Ann jocis. The end of the dance shown by Marie Ricldlehoover, Vicky Roberto, Helen Gruthlein, Linda johnson, Janet Haddix, jenny Peters, Rosemary Shetler, Chris Good, Lynn Elliot, Linda Fulling. Pew FIRST ROW: Peggy Vann, Kathy Kluberg, Jeanne Copeland, Francine Berardi, Jill Dotts, Lee DiDomenico, Sharon Grizzle, Ettie Jo Melton, Jean Bunner, Lynn Gooley, Patty Capozzi, Kooky Chambers, Cathy Deitch. SECOND ROW: Becky Friend, Sharon Joyce, Bill Priest, Pam Blust, Ruth Miller, Carol Phillips, Peggy Stephens, Sue Campbell, Janice Bonial, Pam Hudlett, Sherrie Leasure, Cathy Salter, Jolene Smith. THIRD ROW: Kitty McCarroll, Dawn Joy, Nancy Chapman, Barb Pryor, Sandy Faber, Nancy Borgschulte, Carol Eckharclt, Wendy Bluth, Susan VanWyk, Tommy James Rick Bishop, Barb Allen. FOURTH ROXW1 Georgia Ash, Sue Ludwick, Pat Marshall, Dick Conway, Mike Bruno, Elmo Miller, Nat Harrisi, Wayne Anderson, Robert Root, Carol Tong. FIFTH ROW: Peachy Jones, Patty Cummings, Gayle Smith, ' ' f ' ffl . SIXTH Marianne O'Donnell, Patsy Acton, Dohna Chilton, John Spera, Don Mitchell, Paul Lindoerfer, Georgia Harris, Jeanne Stoe er ROW: Barb Ricker, Ruth Friemuth, Marie Antonello, Jane Frey, Cheryl Porter, Peter Brunner, Ed McClung, Greg Rolen, Dan Bennett. 5 if , we The Pep Club section helps to promote spirit. "Double Double Toil and Trouble." 359 e Juniorette-Key .,,,, . a vfstigf f fz - Xe Y Y t 3 gs :, -. ,iz It Y A '- : ' i iw. rf. .mix swift 75 ICC Game. 1 :' Vicki Renfro, rmpson, Janette aise Ash, Candy Karen Decker. n, Gail Bunde, Karen Cheshire, Nancy Schmeid, Feister, Herby 36I ,Urvjectiou fi? :,A,, K T is ,V wg gk ai :A M A ii M g in' ii .': X ifffffiiii l 54' aff shakers on their Bob Martin shows Bruce MacDonald, Charles Vincent, Zelda James, Dave Landis, Lee Linkus, Gilbert Westberry, and Harry Mallet the wrong Way to handle film. SPONSORS 1 362 Walter Metzger Robert Lamby i I E l William Snyder W i,.,,l ' Walrlfi- Wu" , W f f .fi ' wfilfl W w M. ff ll ww wht, ,F 'li ' " "wif , J mit' in ww tl, wzfwi. it , "M, fl-,yis!,:.i:pli5!wWlli ,Jw wh Y nm W Mm, ' ' HM ,, my f Wil, ,.,, VM, , Wt, Quill and Sew!! IWW Qi Q. f .,m'f" my I fails: iw:'L in i N , all X ' ,c ,s X Www QR, K k , 'MW' AV- ft mv N v A l ir' 'lwm 1' l', mi- 'fi iiw 3,i',:ff , M milf X 9 lil we ,ltiyiizlm Cl , W 'maui ' lllfl MQW '-" vin "i, , Wil", l l , , , 411 W IIN!! My ',', ,,fll'ifl, ,Wl ll , ' ll'illplWl1'jI,j,li.ll' ' 1 wi,i,, W-,H , i'J"w ,wily-,WM A M y ,- Wilmarrl' President jane Hall Mr. Ogle Vice President Sfvffmfy Nanqy White Lorraine Laurence Trmfurer Kitty McCarroll N Spomor Qt "It's easy to make money in writing--all you do is write," Hank jones, free-lance writer, explains his theory to Diane Sanchez, Donna Pluta, and Sandi Stewart. H ifforimz Donna Snmal Parliamezzmrian Sally Dunn wu- C laaplaizz Becky Friend 363 Ol High in iw fe te e tt Marc Chinoy, and joylynn Barron, editor, look over the Dijest with Lou Meucci, Patty Page, Sally Dunn, Suzanne Montgomery, Donna Samal, Nancy White, and Kitty McCarroll. Kay Schoonover, Pat Miller, Jolene Smith, Natalie Price, and Melanie Schmidt look at the Quill and Scroll Charter. Marci Coyle, Diane Sanchez, Sandy Bowen, Joyce Newman, Polly Ray, Donna Pluta, and Susan Campbell look at one of the pictures to be framed for a classroom. Refreshments after a long work session are pro- vided by the late-comers of the last meeting. "Any- one for some more punch P" 364 Lorraine Lawrence, john Leatherwood, Barb Mielo, Marsha Speck, Karen Reiner, julie Smith, Wendy Chapelle and Sandi Stewart look at the bound copies of the Echoes from former years. 9 ,ii X , X Steve Michaelec ag Ed Maxwell 1 f f l , 'lv' . K' ....,,mM,,A , ar rc eg , i si if' li W R Jack Hanna V 5 w , J' We Wy: . X X W Khan 55. 1' -A Fam J,.i,,, - ,av I 1 JN N M3 - 'Wm fs fo fl,-3 ,,F,, v f 4, YW Q Q fix i f Steve Michaelic, jack Hanna, Gilbert Westburyi, Earl Flint, Doug Smith, Mike Calkins, Mel Riffle. is Wal A A 1611421 Earl Flint Mike Calkins Y Bob Woodall Bob Webester Dennis Baker 5, ,Q .1 ,g-A ' ff' al A K , 1? , ss iii' 'ies , 4:5 l A li? ,gel X .13 Q61 365 cieucc' FIRST ROW: Dan Outz, Gay Vandergiff, jack Kabat, Chuck Vessey, Paul Clarke, Don Herchfield, Linda Swisher. SECOND ROW: Lanna Reimers, Richard Wisnieski, Richard Linstrand, Mike DeBusschere, Ken Hammond, Pete Gibson, jack Hanna. jack Hanna, preridenl jack Hanna, President, jack Kabat, Vice President, and Kenneth Hammond, Secretary, survey the Analytical Balance. 5 , . 'Q Q3- Mary Valasky, :pomor 366 anim' Z'ri-fr'i- y Senior Tri-Hi-Y officers: Sherry Cox, President, Nancy Borgschulte, Se Capozzi, Treasurer, Betsy Popham, Vice President, Mrs. Whipple, Sue Smok Sally Dunn, Parliamentarian. M35 -357515-vgpscm,.QTgAgW ,L-W -1-L-, 7 . smulfaww., ,M W . eg' gg .K Wi, pw Q A ' Hivfh st M eirreir rA.A I , .,.ecc, .,...,,,c,M f x fxjflfff ll :wx Tl'lt?f? sslclll and sclence flow. All mfr krlowleclge we Thee owe. Let our colors men see, Slrsmahan we bow lo thee May each son look up lo thee ln defeat or vlclory Alina Mater' we love Thee I Wlfh Loyalty 5 4'-fmt .rpg cretary, Patty X A , ,, er, Historian, Mx t s 2 ,, 3 A ' A f v . , K l. 5 A , , 1 4 -,M it ' . - , . K , ,. ..., ,, . W V ...r. , . tw, f f -::. ,,f:- -1--,fur ' - I M wr '- I .. 1 f - Sponmr' Bonni whippi ' One of the Tri-Hi-Y service projects was putting the Alma Mater up in the gym. Lee DiD0minic0 sold goodies at f th b k 1 g ci h y 3.65865 iven uring t C CHI. FIRST ROVU: Sharon Grizzle, Effie Jo Melton, Pidgeon Darbo, Kathy Clemes, Susan Gerdetz, Carol Phillips, Karen Winlcopp, Becki Friend, Shirley McCullar. Camilla XX'estley, Olivia Caudle. SECOND ROXW: Wfendy Bluth, Pat Harris, Susan Van Wyik, Jill Dotts, Lee DiDomenico, Jeanne Copeland, Kitty McCarroll, Kathy Kluberg, Sue McCartney, Linda Grunwald, Lynn Gooley, Darlene Jackson, Ann Hendricks, Chris Apel, Sue Chamberlain, Barb Herter. THIRD ROW: Katy Gustafson, Connie Skiff, Dawn Clem, Sue Park, Lynn Ezell, Peachy Jones, Sharon Joyce, Carol Bates, Francine Berardi, Judy Dumont, Louise Bartley, Sandy Faber, Peggie Vann, Roberta Ramaley, Kit Shires, Barb Pryor, Trudy Jozsi. Marie Antenello, Beth Johns, Jane Frey. - L ,sr President Sherry Cox leads Christmas Carol practice. Peachy Jones, Sharon Joyce, Becki Friend and 368 Peggie Vann inspect pecans before Christmas sale. 5 5 .9 ff F 5 ,.,,:f9. J Q 5x 5 Si lla 2 Q Span! I1 Fvsrlg F Mr. Tucker shows the officers, Barry Nation, Mike Ewing, Sandi Stewart, Dawn Heaton, Suzie Hightower, Ted Shindler and Lynda Lytz, how to make a pinata. FIRST ROW: Ted Schindler, Dawn Heaton, Susie Hightower, Sandi Stewart, Mike Ewing, Mr. Tucker, sponsor. SECOND ROW: Karen Debevec, Jeff Phelan, Linda Syer. THIRD ROW: Jaime Rivera, Nancy Borgschulte, Janice Bonial, Lynn Ezell. FOURTH ROW: Rolando Bal- sera, Ann Randabolt, Lonnie Reimers, Lynda Lytz. FIFTH ROW: Gilbert Westberry, Vicki Renfro, Merelene Burgess, Veronica Hickman. SIXTH ROW: Manuel Toro, Susan Bruning, Judy Rorick, Karla Gelbert. SEVENTH ROW: Linda Richards, Steve Larkin, Carol Rolfe, Pam Cromwell, Sue Rosenberg, EIGHTH ROW: Janie Baker, Barry Nation, Kip Flanders, The third strike out of three at the pinata. 369 S EE f Student 60 ci! Students take over city offices for a day. OFFICERS: President Ed Virgin, Vice President Judy Hancock, Sec- retary Janie Baker, Treasurer Jay Salyer, 'W' Sponsor: William Heflin SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Ed Virgin, Judy Hancock, Kooky Chambers, Teri Creed, Kay Blue. SECOND ROW: Craig Edewaard, Connie Kimball, Ted Schindler, Don Mitchell, Carol Eckhardt. THIRD ROW: James Bartz, jerry Napolitan, Karen Blue, Winfred l Deal, Camilla Westly. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Malloy, Skeeter Luten, Lynn Ezell, Gary Saltus, Kathy Clements. l 370 l L M, - H ann 1,0818 Blu, A! 0 die Judy Hancock and Ed Virgin represent Stranahan. Y Drive The homecoming float on ..SpOrtSmanShip,. placed second. 3 Q ik I i 7? M52 it is f .Q I EQXTQ? 3 3 ,ni if tr 1 .: Z l 4, l sr. JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Jeane Garrison, Lynn OBrien, Betty Jo Sattler, Mary Ann Hulbert, Mary Lucas, I ' G L'lDOtK6. Mary Crotcher. SECOND RONW: Barbara Jone, Ellen Barth, Eden Yount, Elaine Frate, Jean Kerr, John Gerum, eorge 1 THIRD ROXV: Darrel Garner, Larry Ellis, Gary Walker, Bill Aycock, Jay Salyer, Fred Waring, Ray Heaton. SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: FIRST ROW: Nick Tussing, Barbra Morris, Alenda Anapu, Judy Norton, Linda Winters, ' ' ' l G' Burs, Judy LaKamp, Lynn Elliot, Jane Alexander, Joan Kinsey. SECOND ROW. Barry Bindshedler, Pete Jero aman, inger Pam Carroll, Nancy Brown, Francine Grihl, Martha Whitney, Debbie Elhard, Rita Owens, Lisette Logan. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Wilson, Sandy Garner, Linda Anapu, Rick Whitworth, Judy Strokes, Dave Kaplan, John Seeley, Richard Morman, Jim Devanny. Mike Sherlock, Nick Chambers, Dennis Hipsley. A4 - fam 'T ii ,I Z q ,f a gitqa Ay I f Q 'f ALTERNATES' FIRST ROW' Sherri Fitch eanine fm t we F' Mailho . : ' , ,I t. Janet Ilvaine, john Spitler. SECOND ROVV: Sue Smoker, Iviartha Wheeler Hamilton, Darla Vrana, Gail Malcom, JoAnn Iverson, Julia Mc- Cancly Currie, Bruce johnson, Stephanie Calkins, Sue Shively, Bar- Donna Miller, Gail Bundy, Mary Telfer, Peggy Dexter, Donna Keath, Montgomery, Barb Vifagner, Diane Smith, Nancy Borgschulte, Bruce bara Heller, Karen Kelly. THIRD ROXW: Bill Lagasse, Linoh Gaineyi, Lynn Martin, Karen Griffin, Doane O'Connel. FOURTH ROW: Sue Shaffner, Doug Splane. Sherri Leisure, Sally Dunn, Rusty Robb, Donna Sainal, Tippy Valin, Jody Land. This certainly is not the way to paint a garbage can is it, Kay Blue, Doug Splane. Lynn Martin, and Ed Virgin? The School Christmas Tree is an annual Student Council proj- ect, Mary Ann Hulbert sells ID card to Dave Landis. 372 l M fm , W. ,Q l. ynclzrrfrzized Swimming fx, 2 3 j 1 iv 5 st Precision is the motto of XX'endy Bluth, Alinda Aunapu, Lynn Ezcll, and Susan Van Wfyke. eqirfbff 3 S A s kt Beverly Fuelling nt f, hrr al'-.Q W t . - -a...-1 -u-f...,,,.-' ""'l'a eff-K Joloifz M 'NM-.., Marian Conley-Sponyor f 1 it im .T 2, s K i Q I , 5 .1 't- Qs 5 , W . Q ,ffm ' W-I 1 1, V 'gm M, . -' gt' ,, a . 5 ' L ""' I , 49962. ...Q-J W ,Y . Mm ..,.. ,. ,Ne ,ww ' , And they call this synchronized. - 373 'ar Zfhespian Q 1' W , iw' in 4' 1? a JL 'lj V ' H ' 'IPM R! 1 Carol Turner Spofzfof 374 'fra FIRST ROW: Qblackboard outj Joanne Taylor, Chet Des Rochet, Connie Skip, Suzanne Lafitte, Alston, Joylynne Barron. SECOND ROXV: Evelyn Brandon, Wfendy Chapelle, Bucky Brumbaugh, Jocis, Sandy Bowen, Laura Hunt, Janie Weersing. THIRD ROXW: Jo La Johnson, Kathy Doetsh, Cathy Joanne Nancy Hatch, Diane Burton. Rosemary Pyne. Pat Doran, Glen Fowler, FOURTH ROVU: Jolene Smith, Nancy Wfhite, Joyce Hoemershameir, Patty Capozzi, Rick Jaruis, Sandy Peabody, Ken Baum. FIFTH Dawn Heaton, Louie Alquist, Ronnie Brotman, Denise La Rue, Edd Maxwell, Terry Sweat, Treasurerg Lynn Gooley, Secretaryg Bob Telfer, Vice Presidentg Aileen Furiosi, Presidentg Clarkia Dennis, Chaplaing Teri Turner, Historian. ROW: First place prize float. Members l directions a ing production. isten intently as re given for com- Everyone is an eager volunteerl Ed checks with the projection room during Macbeth. W '93 Robin Baker, Joleen Smith, Mrs. Turner, a spd-rw' nd Ricky Roof display Play Festival awards. 375 ll heretics 3. .ufk 3. x V x , 3 V ff 5. f ,- gf' l ,af -T' lf' Q f . :f J' .r,.w.,1a2Sw, , .., . .N W 1- ,V f. A I +A' . ,ff 5' Vrpjl' , .vs H' "f 1, A ,H ,055 . el f y 9 . s ' N scfsff L -N rr ,fp--' a 1 "WF-AE ff Helen Valin-President r f,',: 5, Lo 4? A f'5"l' A 1'-, "L 'xy' YS' 5 x. '-, ,y " .,,' ' r Q Jffy? 53 X . 1 , ' sa. 2 gig y , 4? if is p ' r i 14 be M ' L i, Q' 'Y ,F , .- " r gif gf? 533' L d'i7.7ff.i-Q1"3'lff if all A ' Q 5 N 2 4 ' K Hx, Wxxsx . Y' ,- xp-'93 A 1 W" C?93bl" A X-Q45 . imp 3 i - rf r X, - . 53,255 S1 5 A Stranahan calendar is a yearly project of the Usherettes. QS" sw K nu qw Him will xisa iii A Evelyn Green-Sponsor af 3 I sf l "'E'- A if WWE 376 The annual tea sponsored by the Usherettes is held to get acquainted with prospective members. W3 NN- 'Iss' 1 t Diane Button Lintla Burton Vim Pmridefzl fi N Martha Buyers Olivia Caudlc This is one of the many entrees in the Usherette-sponsored Easter Basket Contest. 4:8-W' Clarkia Dennis Ann Hendricks Michelle Pierce Kathleen Sattler Barbara Maz ure Sfcretpzfy Trac5 Wilkinson Tn mow Linda Burton works at the cash register :luring her lunch hour. Spozzror jack Ehrke 377 5 2 if Q E 3 5 S 5 , 2 3 T Q L 3 E a 2 u 3 ,X 2 R N 1 E S i 3 5 1 2 3 if s 1 'E l 3 I E S , 5 1 5 K a 1 l 1 w x W . ,m.,, , . M.. Q... 1 A . ,ww - awp- 5 --W V mr. v-mmm,-ummm, . ,,L-km- .7-1 hw- .wi .. , .. 'H' M'!i"'?2u.z:-rm:-:?, xv "2 -W ffm' 1 g.U:'-.,.-, QR ' -fy: A H QA V N 4. Q.. ,- v 1 is , F' Yficazrwfl 'V ' Q .Q www' NM, , x..,L H, sw:-0 A 3 vQw1'g.f fm P' H -, ,. ffiv-Kim: 'f 'V-'f-:.. ...,M.Q..' g"5""x-'Q-xf.'1., A L Z,',,,. ,,z?T,-f-Q-x:.5.E0x Q, ,iz . A H ,L-"g,ig'1',.,'1w-,,,,""ys:AJ:,'QI 1:x,:',. -. el . Eiga'-if-JW Q' ' -Q-Wg , ...A , :www Pez ,,,'x-'f'-'fxsne-Silila. W3 MN, if .Em 2 5 M m , , K M, M W. 1 'v-.,..M,.,.' A-M' Y . . ,.,,,.,-.. - .. -wi-M M ' ,sway x .4 S 379 N,-vw PIER 66 Q C . E f 0' s gba' 00 B Best Wishes Good Euck To All of Stronahon Students! bb ffggg "Hurry! We've got to make it to Pier 66!" VALET-ERIA CLEANERS 339 N. W. 40th Ave. Coll 587-1960 Be Spotless With Everglades is 1'11e only place 1 wanl' lo deposil my money!" "When 111 flowers grow, llwen you'11 know 11's Gardens 1ncorpora1ec1"' G EVERGLADES BANK 1710 S. Andrew Ave 525-341 1 QW l ff All ' GARDENS, INCORPORATED 1314 S. W. 20111 Sfreef JA 5-1307 381 We PONCE DE LEON BEAUTY SHOP Hi lt i? g "For the dii z modern Iook v in hair, go to AL I --,v Ponce cle Leon Y 5 3 . . " v ' Individual Beam' Shop! Hair Styling """"' and Cutting I Bleaching ' and Tinting Permanent Waving 704 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY A 'C-gil, A JA 5-3Ol4 TRUCK 81 EQUIPMENT CC. 28I7 S. Andrews Avenue SALES - SERVICE - PARTS JA 3-5484 Open 8 A.M. to I A.M. 4 MNNH, 382 The Garb 215 S. Andrews Phone 524-6747 'Look smar+ all The Time in a wardrobe STACER'S SOUTHSIDE SERVICE I529 N. Vicioria Park Road 525-3567 rxfxfl-:fx f' rf "We're heading for S+acer's." 383 AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY BANK OF COMMERCE OF FLORIDA BANK OF FLORIDA BROWARD NATIONAL BANK CENTRAL BANK- IN FORT LAUDERDALE COMMERCE NATIONAL BANK CORAL RIDGE NATIONAL BANK EVERGLADES BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN FORT LAUDERDALE FORT LAUDERDALE NATIONAL BANK GUARANTY NATIONAL BANK LAUDERDALE NATIONAL BANK PLANTATION FIRST NATIONAL BANK WILTON MANNERS NATIONAL BANK 5 1" "II's good business Io do business wiII'1 a full service bank' 921 N. Federal Searstown Call JA 2-6564 Pribble's Jewelry Shop im MBV 'DaI1Iing PriI3IoIe's IS 'ro go. X lhe place I LAUDERDALE BOWL-O-MAT FAMILY BOWLNG CENTER 40 FULLY AUTOMATIC LANES JUNIOR BOWLING LEAGUES RESTAURANT ISUMMER and WINTERI PRO SHOP OPEN BOWLING DAILY ' I l9l0 Soulhwesl' 40 Ave. ISI. Rd. -7I5'7I 583-6220 "I Think This ball is jusl a IH'IIe loo heavy!" 385 HENRl'S Special Prom Ra1'es 57.75 Compleie Wifh Shirl' 3040 N. Federal Hwy. "Gee, fellows, I iusl wanled +0 be lime firsi To renl my lux al I-lenri's." APOTHECARY SHOP 5243 W. Broward Blvd. Plan'I'a'I'ion Village LU I-45II Boulevard Pharmacy 290I W. Broward Blvd. LU 3-0540 L FREE DELIVERY! Q X Men's Clothing and Formal Wear Q 5 , L aj 9 gp! wf , ff U 1 I I 'nb Ml AS MUFFLER -iw 222I S. Andrews Ave 525-3l79 '-ff 235 E. s ' BI d. I 525Lgllr7 V Z Nl x Midas will oullive my car." e A ' r l 3.l'i EVERGLADES X FERTILIZER co. A g X 200I Wes+ Broward Blvd. can ' QT' JA 2-285: 3 ll J J A N ll sl- , ' l - 11. 9 , :fig ul "For a greener lawn, call Everglades every lime." 387 "Fort LauderdaIe's Center X., of Folk Music" if Na+ional Folk Sfars Nifely if Hoofenannies f Temperance Beverages Il20 S. Federal Hwy. 522-974l r ,fn,'ff can , 'A YV: , ' ..N. a N H s , HOUSE or Q- up r,--f X W-Z: A b PEGAsus 4 e '11zsS.rsofmu. mn. - nmkfs. if nm: Phone 523-0687 "Keep if clean wifh Kirloyf KIRBY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY r' X I739 No. Andrews Ave. V 3 For+ Lauderdale I A DONNIE SLAY 388 'm 1 f ffiifik If e D SEARS, ROEBUCK AND co , ,g ' F, 90l N. Federal Highway 'J f or au er ae Pljonl LJ: Scldll "l do all Wm llll J my shopping a al ,K Sears!" AU DERDALE AKES AN ES 3700 Nor1'l1 Sfaie Rd. 7 Lauderdale Lakes 58l-2695 Only 299 more pins +0 go "l'm in slyle al my college in my College Shop clollwes THE COLLEGE SHOP Z 425 +534 ll ! 390 2396 E. Sunrise Blvd LO 4-I l90 "Singer's ice cream is oul of Huis worlol." H. W. SINGER, INC. Ice Cream Disfribufors Pori' Everglades, Florida JA 3-555l GRIFFIN BROTHERS 4 5 xl 3, 5 vw-1 Eg g ?-Q ' COMPANY , . . Q My A 4514 XM- .WV1XNiW' nf - , Q l ix 191. M'yfb'.M, MJ., 6l93 s. W. 45+h S+. WRWRx1f..xlW 54'gWfM. R . +i 'NW 'i 'WI mm JJ! Davie, Fla. A 1,3-Y. .1 Wm. 5 x. faffnfa-.1 ,- If .11 Vw W2AUiVf'ff1-fH?.. d ' ' AR R. RM A R 4" V' in .flxjfiiff L 'Zi flak? 9' 846 N. W. 5 Ave. FL Lauderdale JA 3-343I f'fN ,s V LAWN MAINTENANCE AND LANDSCAPING i'm glad I called Griffin Bro+hers." S! HARDRIVES E 'Y ,wx HARDRIVES fs EDGEWOOD ARMS 2850 S. W. I8+l'I Terrace X APARTMENTS "lT's cool, man!" , - ,. , I "' If" "T" '1 o AIR CONDITIONING i ---ri4 1 8 0 POOL Q ., o RENT by DAY, WEEK, MONTH, 5 'S' YEAR l l l for your home or office . . 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X 395 fa S X , 4. ff -,nf K in , ,1 -wfig-gk ,i H wi, VV K MTX WWMWA WW f Z Q 9 A f 5 LlNCOLN'MERCURY Corner Andrews Ave. and Sunrise Blvd. KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN of Ft. Lauderdale ll60 S. W. 4+h A X X ll I ' S Il'l STERLlNG'S Ivy Shop 2l8 S. W. ls+ Ave. RQ' l46Yl'locK 1 -k Clolhes for fellas of ALL SIZES!! L K+-Z ' 1 lllllll Don'+ .dream aboul ll . . . drive il! 4 1 2600 W. Broward Blvd. Phone: 587-0500 A CHA TCWN 'A" Phone: JA 2-8807 09 S. Aflanfic Blvd. "You n always Tell a Cha Cha Girl on Hwe beacl'1"' ,News L 1 Also ln Planfalion al' 5229 W. Broward Blvd. FLORIDA POWER 8. LIGHT co. I zoo N. E. 3rd fx ,N Phone 524-osll I 0 CD10 QI We SaIu'I'e 'rhe GRADUATES! FLORIDA POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY ,BQ 399 rl -l If You Can't Travel After School f so T Il J! of x gif this l T The Next Best Way to View at the World is Through the Pages of Your FORT LAUDERDALE NEWS BAlLEY'S JEWELERS : 229 S. E. lsl Ave. JA 2-873I Charms fu as and Club Pins XX "I love my GI ring . . . and you loo, of course." ,, Y' ,WFMQM PROSPECT HALL Fine Secrefarial 828 Soufheasl' 4+l1 Slreel' Training Forl' Lauderdale, Fla. For Girls JA 4-8325 I' N-ix ,U 4 3 X fr Q Xi hen you want oz fine portrait. .. to record forever with charm and dignity the important events of your life,come to the Photograph Studio of your Official Photographer. .. "Better look good I Q because its that once in rum G Somsrume FASHIONS photo." Photography 3605 S. W. 23rd Sheer by t l can Mike Parker Anniversaries 1 H Real Estate Portraits Copy Work Weddings Aerials Q sau-9304 I v v it ' ' Your Future Looks Bright With Your New . . . Powell Ford n S X f I333 North Federal Highway 2 X l Phone .J -A LO 4-322: y o XX1-'I 403 ,rx I' J 9 3 I n K B rf 1 I s I if I n Y Q 52 W I l ' I Q g ! I ll 'U I 4 a I fd w 145 K S! 1 an 1 EI I Nl 2 3' H lv 1 I H 1 Q .f l 1 I I 1 'E 5, D Q: 8 il 5 l Q if We Dedieafe. . . Ca these wha gave Uzeir lives for freeaala Ca these wha ieaeh ,4 We af freeaaaa Ca these wha learn 9ar sake af freedom H Habel, Martin 80, 237, 310, 340 Hafer, Mike 80, 310 Hahn, James 80 Hainline, Gary 80, 183, 264, 339, 353, 354, 400 Halaska, Tony 80 Hall, Jane 46, 81, 179, 192, 319, 340, 347, 348, 363 Hamilton, Grace 81 Hamilton, Marcia 81 Hamm, Helen 81 Hammond, Ken 81, 163, 329, 340, 357, 366 Hammonds, Lula 81, 313 Hancock, Jane 81, 265, 340, 349 Hancock, Judy 47, 81, 186, 305, 340, 346, 348, 370 Haney, John 81 Hanna, Jack 81, 314, 329, 347, 353, 357, 365, 366 Hargraves, Judy 81 Harms, Alan 81, 248, 250, 325 Harris, Challan 82 Harris, Georgia 82, 359 Harris, Nat 82, 237, 252, 359 Harris, Patt 82, 177, 318, 324, 359, 360, 368, 388 Hatch, Nancy 82, 340, 348, 374 Hay, Carol 82 Hayden, Fred 82 Haynes, Ken 82 Head, Alan 82 Heaton, Dawn 82, 327, 340, 369, 374 Heffner, Steve 82 Hendricks, Ann 82, 329, 368, 377 Hendry, Lynn 83 Herrit, Victor 83 Herter, Barbara 83, 368 Hessler, Richard 83, 150, 244, 246, 261 339, 344, 398, Hightower, Steve 83, 132 Hirschfield, Norman 83 Hoefner, Ellen 83 Hoegsted, Becky 83, 236 Hoernschmeyer, Joyce 83, 329, 331, 374 Hollinger, Cathy 172, 318 Hollingsworth, Steve 83, 357 Horseman, Grace 83 Howard, Jim 83 Howard, Susan 84 Howser, Alma 84 Hoy, Judy 84 Hudlett, Pam 84, 359 Hughes, Viney 84 Hunt, Laura 67, 84, 136, 137, 145, 156, 180, 185, 190, 307, 374 Hutchinson, Lynn 84, 306, 307, 318 Hylton, Naomi 84 Hyma, Merry 84 I Ickes, Peter 84, 237, 238, 239 Ingle, Tom 84 Inman, Valerie 84 Inserra, Tim 85 4I0 Iverson, Janet 85, 136, 139, 322 Ives, Jim 85 I Jackson, Darlene 85, 327, 368 Jackson, Nancy 85 Jackson, Sharon 85 Jakubaitis, Larry 85 James, Thomas 85, 143, 327, 340, 359, 390 Janis, Dan 85 Jennings, Carol 85 Jocis, Joann 85, 327, 358, 374 Johns, Beth 85, 368 Johns, Carol Sue 86 Johnson, Dave 86 Johnson, Irv 86, 251, 339 Johnson, Jerry 86 Johnston, Jo-La 86, 136, 139, 334, 374 Johnson, Robert 86, 340, 391 Johnston, Robert 86, 314 Jones, Lynda 86, 359, 368, 404 Joy, Dawn 86, 359 Joyce, Sharon 1, 86, 192, 322, 359, 368 Jozsi, Trudy 86, 368 Judd, Larry 86, 243, 325, 339, 401 K Kabat, Jack 87, 343, 344, 566 Kalie, Richard 87 Kappes, Bill 87 Keefe, John 87, 339, 353 Kehrli, Eugene 87 Keiser, Stephen 87 Kelley, Terry 87 Kennedy, Jerry 87, 144, 248, 249, 251, 558, 559, 545, 544, 545, 585 Kennedy, Katherine 87 Kerce, Marilyn 87 Kielbasa, Jeff 87, 353 Kimball, Connie 87, 179, 190, 331, 549 570 King, Mary 88 Kinsley, Sue 88, 333 Kiser, Donald 88 Kitchie, George 88 Klindt, Gary 88 Kluberg, Kathy 88, 359, 368 Knight, David 88 Knox, Chris 88, 310, 339, 399 Koppelman, Sophie 88 Koprowski, Jane 88 Korb, Diane 88 Korman, Glenn 88 Kovacs, Susan 89, 312 Krumholz, Annemarie 89, 334, 335 Kuhlman, Jeff 89 Kuhn, Philip 89 Kukowski, Thom-as 89, 252, 253 Kunzler, Larry S9 L Lacroix, Dan 89 Lafitte, Susan 48, 89, 179, 327, 340, 358, 374 La Gassa, William 89, 325, 372 Lamb, Sharon 89 Lamb, Dorthea 89 Lamb, Pat 89 Lamp, John 89 Land, Jodi 90, 372 Landon, Joyce 90, 333, 340 Langford, Bob 90, 244, 343, 344 Larsen, Lynn 90 La Rue, Dennis 90, 374 Lashbrook, Larry 90 Lauth, Vicki 90 Lawrence, Lorraine 90, 320, 340, 363, 364 Lawyer, Cheryl 90, 322 Layman, Tim 90 Leap, Geraldine 90 Leasure, Sherry 91, 162, 330, 359, 372 Leatherwood, John 91, 323, 364, 378, 392 Lehotay, Anna 91 Lerner, Francine 91 Lewis, Sheila 91 Liddell, Mary 91 Lindoerfer, Paul 49, 91, 164, 183, 325, 340, 350, 355, 359 Linkofus, Lee 91, 162, 362 Linnert, Jill 91, 316 Litzkow, Bruce 91 Linne, Bill 91 Llopez, Oscar 91 Loderick, Joe 92 Lopez, Sue 92, 177, 324 Lord, Joe 92, 337 Louden, Rick 92, 353, 354, 382 Lovelady, Mollie 92, 177, 323 Lowen, Laurie 92 Lowry, John 92, 335 Ludwick, Sue 92, 359 Luke, Larry 92 Lukey, Ronnie 92 Lundberg, Sheila 92 Lunsford, Sharon 92, 318, 323, 400 Luten, Vaughn 93, 370 Lyle, Linda 93, 313 Lynch, Cheri 93, 349 Lynch, Roberta 93, 332 M Macchio, Georgia 93, 307 MacNeil, Barbara 93 Maharty, Gail 93 Mahlman, Kathy 93 Mahoney, Nancy 93, 316, 333 Mahood, Dennis 93, 123, 143, 192, 241, 244, 342, 345, 346, 383 Mallard, Dagmar 93 Maloy, Sheila 93, 329, 331 Malloy, Dennis 94, 316, 370 Manchette, Ronnie 94 Mansfield, Llewllyn 94, 316 Marrow, Jeannette 94 Marshall, Pat 94, 337, 359 Martin, Robert 94, 167, 346, 362, 365 Martin, Dennis 94, 392 , 340, O, 401 4 , 341, 4, 377 64 4, 145 85 L6 7, 358 Martin, Chery 94 Martz, Harree 94 Massaro, Gloria 94 Massaro, Joe 94 Mattox, Ruth 94, 321 Maxwell, Eddie 95, 156, 365, 374 Mazur, Barbara 95, 312, 328, 346, 377 McAllister, Howard 95 McBurney, Lois 95 McCahill, jack 95, 244, 248, 251, 338, 339, 395 McCann, Pat 95 McCarroll, Kitty 95, 176, 321, 359, 363, 364, 368 McCarthy, Catherine 95 McCartney, Susan 95, 368 McClung, Ed 95, 147, 325, 326, 359 McCullom, James 95, 173 McCullar, Shirley 96, 330, 368 MCCully, Bruce 96 McEwen, Judy 96, 324, 405 McGlamory, Joel 96 McKinney, John 96 McKnight, Butch 121 McManus, Dennis 96 McNeil, Susan 96, 323, 391 McQuaig, Regina 96 McQuigg, Andy 96, 248 McWhorter, Stan 96 Melton, Effie Jo 49, 96, 173, 340, 359, 368 Mendicino, Sandy 96 Michaud, Mary 96, 313 Michaud, Richard 97 Meilo, Barbara 50, 97, 182, 320, 360 Miller, Cassaundra 97, 331 Miller, Elmo 97, 244, 359, 397 Miller, John 121, 397 Miller, Robert 97, 255, 258, 259, 307, 348, 350, 353, 354, 355 Miller, Ruth 97, 173, 327, 329, 356, 359 Mills, Charles 97, 244, 310 Mitchell, Don 39, 97, 237, 238, 325, 350, 355, 359, 370 Mitchell, Pat 97 Mitchell, Walter 97, 321, 323, 397 Mitterer, Pat 97 Mizell, Cathy 50, 98, 135, 136, 138, 340, 348 Mock, Tom 98 Monks, Sandy 98 Monte, Pat 98, 316 Montgomery, Suzanne 51, 98, 136, 180, 307, 323, 340, 364, 372, 404 Morre, John 98 Morganan, Lucy 98 Morris, Monica 98, 136, 139, 324 Morton, Glenda 98 Mosley, Hazel 98 Mount, David 98 Moynihan, Susan 98 Murphy,Geo1rja 99 Myers, Kenneth 99 N Nantovech, Pat 99, 312, 328, 347 Napolitan, Jerry 99, 176, 325, 350, 355, 370, 385 Newcomb, Chester 99 Niswander, Frank 99 Nolen, Charles 99 Norman, Ed 99 North, Glenn 99, 316 Nye, David 99 O O'Connell, Doane 99, 340, 372 O'D1onnell, Marianne 99, 359 Okane, Chris 100 Olcoitt, Gayle 100 Oliver, Jim 100 Oliver, Bill 100 O'Neil, Peggy 100, 331 Orlandi, Girard 100 Orr, Karen 100 Osterman, Floyd 100, 329 Ostrom, Fred 100 Ouzts, Daniel 100, 340, 366 Owens, Priscilla 100 Ozer, Janice 100 P Page, Patty 101, 176, 192, 323, 364, 380 Pahl, Carol 101 Palasay, Karen 101 Parenteau, Marilyn 101, 336 Park, Susan 101, 368 Parker, Judy 101 Parker, Keith 101, 123, 180, 181, 305, 340, 346, 353, 354, 381 Parrish, Troy 101 Pasquale, Madeline 101, 327 Patrus, Tim 101, 164, 353 Paul, Naomi 101 Pavey, Donna 101, 324 Phelan, Jeff 102, 260, 261, 327, 340, 369, 382 Phillips, Carol 102, 354, 368 Phillips, Penny 102 Picardi, Amy 102 Pierce, Bob 102 Pierce, Carol 102 Pierce, Michele 102, 347, 377 Pildner, Billie Ann 102, 173, 327, 349 Pinder, Dianne 102 Plant, Steve 102 Polnisch, John 102 Popham, Betsy 102, 136, 139, 173, 317 367 Porter, Cheryl 103, 359 Porter, Mary 103 Portrais, Louise 103 Potter, David 103 Prescott, Sandra 103 Preist, Mary 103, 316 Preist, William 103, 359 Pryor, Barbara 103, 359, 368 Purcell, Bill 103 Pyett, Norma 103, 136, 192 Q Quick, Venita 103, 349 Quimby, Chris 103, 248, 252, 253, 254 343, 350, 355 R Radke, Ted 104, 178 Radomski, Gerald 104, 323, 329 Raffa, Jim 104, 243, 386 Ramaley, Roberta 104, 368 Randaboldt, Ann 104, 328, 369 Rasmussen, Paul 104 Ray, Jane 104, 173, 349, 404 Ream, Billie 104 Reiner, Karen 104, 323, 329, 346, 364, 383 Remington, Willianl 104, 266, 267 Repsher, Bill 104 Reynolds, Ricky 104 Riedel, Steve 105 Ricker, Barbara 105, 359 Riley, Barbara 105 Ring, John 105, 353 Ripple, Robert 105 Roath, Diana 105 Robb, Rusty 105, 176, 183, 192, 244, 372, 382 Robbins, Bruce 105 Robbins, Terry 105 Roberts, Guynne 105 Robinson, Gary 105 Rockwood, Harold 105 Randall, Randy 106 Roof, Ricky 106, 375 Root, Robert 106, 359 Rorick, Judy 106, 369 Rosensteil, Barbara 106, 312 Rossman, Bruce 106 Rowe, John 106 Rowell, Lynette 106 Rowland, Greg 106, 173 Roy, Darlene 106 Rushing, Joe 106, 316 Russell, Sherida 106 S Samal, Donna 107, 314, 520, 365, 364, 372 Sanders, Sue 107, 358 Sandstrom, Darlene 107, 136, 145, 533 Sangster, Doug 107 Sattler, Kathy 107, 359, 377 Saltus, Gary 107, 176, 325, 326, 329, 346, 370 Sausser, Robert 107 Savage, Anne 107 Scheiwe, Kurt 107 Schierholt, Carol 107 Schierholt, Marvin 107 Schlegel, Barbara 107 Schindler, Ted 108, 176, 192, 343, 345 359, 369, 370 4lI Schmidt, Barbara 108, 173, 179, 182, 307, 318, 349 Schmidt, Melanie 108, 340, 364 Schmidt, Paul 108 Schmitz, Allen 108 Schroeder, Jean 108 Schwimmer, Larry 108 Scott, Marvin 108, 164, 353 Seig, Pam 108 Self, John 108, 341, 357 Sewell, Curtis 108 Shaffner, Bruce 108, 249, 372 Shannon, Derek 109 Shapiro, Ellis 109, 173 Sharp, Margie 109 Sheeman, Frank 52, 109, 163, 310, 357 Sheesley, Vernon 109 Sheets, Kathy 109 Sherlock, Kathy 109, 307 Swinford, James 113 T Tabbert, Sue 113, 333 Tarleton, Bill 113 Taylor, Joan 113, 374 Taylor, Jeanne 113, 316 Telfer, Bob 113, 181, 374 Thomas, Allison 113, 132, 173, 324, 400 Thomas, Bill 113 Waller, Sandra 116 Walsh, James 116 Walsh, Judith 116 Warren, Richard 1 16 Wfatier, Jim 117 Watson, Virginia 1 17 Weaver, Bruce 1 1 7 Webster, Bob 117, 337, 365 Thomason, Glenda 119 Thompson, John 119, 177, 255, 256, 259 Thompson, Susan 113 Thornburg, Jackie 114 Tibbets, Jeanette 114 Tollett, Ted 114, 340 Shires, Kit 109, 368 Sinclair, Ken 109, 395 Sippel, Carol 109 Skiff, Connie 109, 368, 374 Skiles, David 109 Skipp, David 110 Tong, Carol 114, 177, 359, 400, 404 Torrance, Bruce 114, 334, 335, 237, 239 Tosh, Fred 114, 123, 309, 310, 347 Towne, Richard 114 Trauthwein, Doris 114 Truxal, Bill 114, 342 S-lack, Lynn 110, 332 Smiley, Carol 110 Turner, Frances 114 Smith, Bill 110 Smith, Gayle 110, 359 Smith, Jolene 110, 173, 333, 359, 364, 374, 375 Smith, Julia 110, 321, 335, 345, 364 Smith, Linda Diane 110, 132, 135, 173, 372 Smith, Reggie 110 Smith, Van 110 Smoker, Sue 110, 176, 192, 330, 367, 372 Smolter, Russel 110 Snyder, Cheryl 111 Sorrentino, Jim 1 11 Speck, Marsha 1, 111, 135, 322, 340, 364 Spera, John 111, 324, 325, 359, 397 Splane, Doug 52, 244, 255, 325, 326, 340, 372, 382 Stanton, Larry 111 Stapleton, Carol 111 Stasik, Sue 111, 331 Steele, Lee 111, 309 Steeler, Regina 111 Stein, Elizabeth 111, 334, 335, 347 Turner, Teri 53, 114, 164, 340, 349, 374 Tuxbury, Karen 115 Twiggs, Gregg 115, 260, 261 U Ullom, Jim 115 Underwood, Pat 115, 323, 392 Usbeck, Carol 115 V Valin, Helen 54, 115, 123, 178, 180, 196, 305, 327, 340, 346, 372, 376 Vallone, Joe 115, 249, 250 Vanderplate, Jack 115 Vandevancler, Jane 115, 313, 328 Vann, Peggie 115, 145, 179, 323, 345, 359, 368, 398 vm Wyk, Susan 115, 177, 179, 318, 359, 360, 368, 373 Veitch, Richard 115 Stephens, Peggy 111, 359 Stephenson, Pat 112, 323, 389 Stewart, Glen 112, 337 Stewart, Margaret 112, 363 Stoeffler, Jean 112, 330, 340, 359 Vessey, Charles Virgin, Ed 55, 116, 357, 366 116, 123, 130, 177, 186, 244, 255, 256, 257, 258, 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