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Show Hide text for 1974 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1974 volume: “ LIC SCHOOLS Port - UGH SCHOOL phone 357 »8307 ELE. SCH. 0062 PATE 2ND SIX WEEKS ; 3tD SIX WEEKS POINTS COW UK A IS. POINTS » .. ' ' - ■ COM MR AIS POINTS 1 C i A c l I A B 3 3 i C [ 1 1 ; ' . ■? i 1 M ! J i ' ' ' 1 1 l _L_ NTS AVERAGE- n c D A A C 1 1 1 I 4 2 8 4 4 22 C c A 6 C FINAL AIS POINTS ' ) CtlWT 1 1 I 1 3 4 4 8 3 4 13 1. 1. u I. 4 5 5«lll HILLTOPPER 1974 OFFICE COPY y .s£ v — isf - eJ-t-Tt- v r i s SV Academics . . .10, Athletics . . .22, Activities . . .62, Album . . .98 The 1974 HILLTOPPER Thomas Carr Howe High School Indianapolis, Indiana W41» A M Q OO " Jfobody Knows the trouble. seen . . J pVv as e X Phase " H- phase HL Phase 33T Watergate .... Agnew ' s Resignation .... Gerald Ford ' s Nomination Nixon ' s Tapes .... Middle East Disaster .... Red Alert .... I Energy Crisis .... Food Shortage .... Busing .... .But Life Went On . . RT No more trees .... Bulldozers .... BEEP BEEP . . Hunks of concrete . . . Mud everywhere .... Portable latrines .... No heat .... Two exits blocked off ... .But Life Went On Q Q O € M1S»CTO :-; JV . - Freshmen .... standing in line .... gym classes .... exit 5 . . . . Sophomores .... wise fools .... selling elevator passes . frogs and pigs .... Juniors .... cliques .... varsity teams .... choir .... Seniors .... private world .... senioritis .... commencement .... . . . .But Life Went On ooo cmmiilm Girl on crutches . . . Boy sleeping . . . Juniors on parade . . . Stairway to knowledge . . . Locker Row. . . Boy with camera. . . ' Sock it to em ' . . . French class in snow . . . ...and life went on. Photo essay by Phil Stalas. II NO. STUDENT NAME :R SUBJ. CODE . _. SECT. SUBJ. NAME ROOM , V TEACHER CODE I J h ■■ — _ -•-. ' ..-jr. - __ 4 — i %L. Uk — i — S — ; — - J3 — k: — - STUDENT ASSIGNMENTS AND ELECTIONS THE LIGHT AND THE DARK A. Mr. Patterson is explaining ... (a) The grading scale for drivers education, (b) Discipline in class, (c) Techni- ques of baseball, (d) How to write with an oversized pencil. This is . . . (a) Santa Clause, (b) President Nixon in disguise, (c) Ms. Jones, (d) Mr. Eiler. C. This evening school student is . . . (a) Trying to sit down, (b) Upholstering a chair, (c) Baking a cake, (d) Wondering why she is in evening school. D. This girl is . . . (a) Gloria Steinem, (b) Out of breath, (c) In summer school physical education, (d) All of the above. E. These people are observing ... (a) Garbage collecting, (b) Knife throwing, (c) Mrs. Judy Finkbiner teaching oil painting in evening school, (d) None of the above. F. This object is the remains of . . . (a) A choo-choo train, (b) The wrecked Mazda from summer school, (c) The Wright brother ' s airplane, (d) An Indy-500 racer. 14 WORK STUDY PROGRAMS m Kath ay Cindy Hancock Kristy Hawkins Igjjm lenjjg Rita High M|ryHild Gal Hipshet Ken Johnson Pam Kirk Helen Kostarides ' ■ Karen Lee Parri Mar tin IjHBWIcCallister f Hitfary McKim PamNoe Dwbie Norton 1 D|wm Richards Kathy Smith Tracey Smith Cindy Thompson ' Joyce Trout jan Wells ilson Health Careers Tim Bs cl V Robert Alan Hoi! Doug Johl Steve KerK Steve KleblPw Vince Long i Jim Mackell r Mike Maddox DaveMcClellan Larry McCormick Jefiffieyer TllMile, ay Miller Richard Pry! John Robson Tony Saba ick Sanders :e " Smith : ff Stipanovij rh farter Worm an Ta_ 3bhn " Walker " ' Gary Whitmore lilton iHartle • Hartley iHaktpn l|F Weida H enbeck Mary Hgjjpfeert ' Ban ! Joh iworthy a. Weida Hollenbeck is . . . (a) Shoplifting, (b) straightening the shelves, (c) repairing shoes, (d) streaking. b. Cindy Hancock is . . . (a) Writing a novel, (b) listening to her favorite rock group, (c) typing from a transcriber, (d) taking instructions from her fairy godmother. c. Mindy LeMay is . . . (a) Emptying a bed pan, (b) making a hospital bed, (c) looking for a runaway patient, (d) filling a water bed. d. Mr. Lawson is . . . (a) Making a shadow pictures on the wall, (b) babysitting for a kindergarten class, (c) instructing his I.C.T. class on an overhead projector, (d) telling an off-limit joke. e. Beverly Osborne is . . . (a) Looking for her pet frog, Herman, (b) unpacking shoes, (c) getting ready to crawl in the box, (d) playing house. f. Roger Moran is . . . (a) Ushering an elderly patient to the recreation room, (b) champion pusher in the wheelchair race, (c) qualifying for the 500. FINE ARTS A. This student is . . . (a) Throwing a snowball, (b) In Craft Arts, (c) Planting apple seeds, (d) Swimming. B. Mr. Thompson is . . . (a) Reading a story, (b) Giving a speech for Mayor Lugar, (c) Taking attendance in gym class, (d) Practicing a dance. C. This girl is making . . . (a) A fish, (b) An elephant, (c) A sign, (d) A ring. D. Mr. Bramblett teaches . . . (a) Knitting, (b) Rug Cleaning, (c) The care and feeding of loud-mouthed birds, (d) Music. E. This is a picture of . . . (a) Little old Ladies Convention (L.O.L.C), (b) Dan Dobson in art class, (c) Meeting of the Watergate Committee, (d) Rehersal for the play ' Shoot Out at B.O. Corral ' . F. These girls are . . . (a) Watching the 500 Mile Race, (b) In concert club, (c) Waiting for Super Frog, (d) Washmg their feet in the Walbash River. G. Freshmen are required to take . . . (a) Swimming lessons, (b) Industrial Arts, (c) Advanced Chemistry, (d) Physical Education. PRACTICAL ARTS SCHOLASTIC ARTS A. These students are in the library . . . (a) Instead of going to study hall, (b) With their government class, (c) To catch up on the sleep they missed last night, (d) Waiting for Sesame Street to come on the T.V., (e) All of the above. B. This psycholoqv student is . . . (a) Thinking of his girl friend, (b) Trying to comprehend the theories of Freud, (c) Try- ing to comprehend the theories of Bishop, (d) Thinking of what delicious treat awaits him in lunch, (e) All of the above. C. These books represent . . . (a) $83.29 down the drain, (b) Four years of hard work, (c) 6529 pages of assignments due yesterday, (d) Biology, math, english, government, history, algebra, shorthand, (e) All of the above. D. Miss McMillan . . . (a) Likes teaching algebra, (b) Individualizes her instruction, (e) Also coaches girl ' s volleyball and track, (d) Was graduated from Indiana University in 1903, (e) All of the above. E. Larry Hutcheson is . . . (a) Asleep, (b) Thinking about his written composition, (c) Trying to think of how to spell E. Dale Dinkins (sorry), (d) A senior, (e) All of the above. F. This is a class of . . . (a) Mrs. William ' s 6th hour American Studies class, (b) Junior boys trying out for the senior class, (c) Group of Confederate Correctors deciding who won the civil war, (d) Students who are interested in English as it relates to History, (e) All of the above. G. These girls are . . . (a) Learning about plant life from a terraium in biology class, (b) Enjoying a class de- signed to show how small plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen, (c) Sharing, (d) Finished with their experiment and enjoying a little time off with a book about love, (e) All of the above. WH a r «« • w (Ha kJ JRHIlj " V 1 _ ' «j fJj f A ■ w 4 f __,. lr S B vl i 1 ' " " r IT 1 THOMAS CARR 1973 Football Price S4.50 STUDENT HO Sea NAME g. 31 pt. 14 Dt. 28 Marshall m Northwest Lii home games at 7:30 r. Varsity Freshmen Mondays 4:00 p.n WE HIGH SCHOOL son Ticket 1973 N2 fisrtf} 1 10 H.R. 2 7 Oct. 5 ife: Ripp Oct. IS Sceci Oc Chata _ jpt Ipt. ii VARSITY BASEBALL (Spring 1973) I Howe Southport 4 Howe Tech 2 Howe 5 Broad Ripple 4 Howe 7 Lawrence 10 Howe 4 Ritter 3 Howe Arlington 1 Howe 2 Marshall 3 Howe 6 Warren Central 9 Howe 3 Broad Ripple 4 Howe Cathedral 2 Howe North Central 3 Howe 7 Latin School Howe 11 Attacks 7 Howe 12 Shortridge 2 Howe 3 Ben Davis 4 Howe 3 Northwest Howe 3 Manual 2 Howe 7 Tech 4 Howe 3 Scecina 4 RESERVE BASEBALL (SPRING 1973)1 Howe Southport 7 Howe 5 Tech 4 Howe 17 Broad Ripple 5 Howe 2 Lawrence 12 Howe 5 Ritter 8 Howe 7 Arlington 6 Howe 4 Marshall 10 Howe 6 Warren Central 9 Howe 5 Chatard 1 Howe 3 Ben Davis 13 Howe 1 Attacks Howe 3 Cathedral 4 Howe 10 North Central 7 Howe 10 Shortridge Howe 7 Scecina 6 L Howe 2 Roncalli 1 s Howe 5 Northwest 1 Howe 7 Manual 3 FRESHMAN BASEBALL (Spring 1973) Howe 3 Craig Jr. High 7 Howe 4 Arlington 11 Howe 7 Creston Jr. High 3 Howe 6 Eastwood 1 Howel3 Tech 9 Howe 8 Manual 2 Howe 1 Northwest Howe 6 Southport VARSITY TRACK (Spring 1973) Marshal 63 Shortridge 50 Decatur Central 45 Cathedral 38 Northwest 64 Shortridge 58 Broad Ripple Columbus 51 Washington 38 Howe 64 Howe 77 Howe 77 Howe 63 Howe 75 Howe 70 Howe 66 Howe 93 Howe 48 Howe 102 Howe 68 Wood 61 Attacks 31 Manual 79 Scecina 25 Arlington 59 RESERVE TRACK (Spring 1973) Marshall 27 Shortridge 6 Northwest 62 Broad Ripple 44 Shortridge 16 Columbus 36 Washington 35 Wood 46 Attacks 21 Manual 69 Scecina 39 Arlington 50 Howe 78 Howe 115 Howe 65 Howe 90 Howe 86 Howe 74 Howe 103 Howe 58 Howe 86 Howe 75 GIRLS TRACK (Spring 1973) Howe 56 Howe 44 Howe 65 Howe 56 Howe 45 Howe 62 Warren Central 44 Arlington 55 Manual 44 Marshall 53 Pike 64 Deaf School 47 GOLF (Spring 1973 ) Howe 331 Howe 205 Howe 198 Howe 200 Howe 215 Howe 331 Howe 221 Howe 113 Howe 331 owe 202 Howe 225 Howe 190 Howe 195 Howe 190 Howe 193 Washington 409 Northwest 229 Broad Ripple 235 Cathedral 186 Marshall 192 Scecina 416 Arlington 224 Attacks 137 Tech 379 Warren Central 200 Shortridge 275 Manual 205 Roncalli 229 Chatard 206 Wood 245 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY ■lowe owe !owe lowe lowe lowe owe :owe lowe Low 18 Shortridge 37 25 Washington 30 29 Northwest 26 41 Warren Central ,r Lawrence 45 Tech 34 ,, Ben Davis 46 North Central 29 15 Wood 40 15 Broad Ripple 44 15 Attucks 49 score wins.) 16 RESERVE CROSS COUNTRY lowe 1 5 lowe 22 lowe 37 lowe 40 lowe 21 lowe 68 18 15 lowe lowe Shortridge 40 Washington 33 Northwest 20 Warren Central 21 Lawrence 47 Tech 54 Ben Davis 49 North Central Wood 37 Attucks 50 VARSITY FOOTBALL lowe 48 lowe 35 lowe 20 lowe 27 lowe 28 lowe 14 lowe 20 lowe 14 lowe 21 lowe 6 Attucks 6 Tech 7 Marshall 14 Manual 13 Northwest 7 Broad Ripple 20 Arlington 6 Scecina 28 Warren Central 7 Chatard RESERVE FOOTBALL lowe 6 lowe lowe 12 lowe 6 owe 18 owe 26 lowe 28 lowe 6 low 12 Attucks Tech 13 Marshall Manual 13 Northwest 28 Broad Ripple 14 Arlington Scecina 6 Warren Central 13 Chatard 13 RESHMAN FOOTBALL owe 6 owe 18 owe 24 owe 24 owe 20 owe 6 owe 6 owe 6 owe Tech 12 Manual Marshall 6 Broad Ripple Northwest Scecina 34 Arlington 8 Pike 7 Chatard 24 owe 1 (forfeit) Attacks VARSITY WRESTLING Howe 42 Howe 42 Howe 33 Howe 41 Howe 43 Howe 28 Howe 24 Howe 24 Howe 40 Howe 62 Marshall 21 Cathedral 19 Chatard 27 Northwest 29 Broad Ripple 23 Tech 32 Washington 36 Manual 32 Arlington 19 Attucks 5 RESERVE WRESTLING Howe 27 Howe 30 Howe 55 Howe 5 1 Howe 36 Howe 55 Howe 52 Howe 44 Howe 43 Howe 78 Marshall 32 Cathedral 27 Chatard 13 Northwest 17 Broad Ripple 30 Tech 9 Washington 9 Manual 14 Arlington 6 Attacks FRESHMAN WRESTLING Howe 36 Howe 49 Howe 5 1 Howe 65 Howe 33 Howe 43 Tech 25 Attacks 21 Arlington 6 Broad Ripple Cathedral 39 Manual 18 VOLLEYBALL Howe Arlington 15 8, 9 15, 7 15 Howe Perry Meridian 15 3, 14 16, Howe Marshall 4 15, 12 15 Howe Washington 15 6, 15 4 Howe Attacks 12 15, 7 15 Howe Tech 15 10, 18 16 Howe Shortridge 15 5, 15 3 Howe Manual 15 4, 15 5 Northwest 15 4, 15 4 Scecina 15 6, 15 4 Broad Ripple 15 8, 15 4 RESERVE VOLLEYBALL Season 6 • FALL TENNIS (MEN) Howe 7 Marshall Howe 7 Manual Howe 7 Wood Howe 7 Northwest Howe 7 Cathedral Howe 5 Arlington 2 Howe 6 Shortridge 1 Howe 7 Scecina Howe 6 Tech 1 Howe 2 Broad Ripple FALL TENNIS (GIRLS) Undefeated season over Broad Ripple Wood Manual Marshall Attacks 21 GYMNASTICS Howe 78 Howe 80 Howe 82 Howe 80 Howe 80 Howe 82 Howe 79 Howe 72 North Central 53 Shelbyville 60 Ben Davis 69 Jeffersonville 77 Carmel 50 Warren Central 72 Pike 59 Columbus 74 VARSITY BASKETBALL Howe 91 Howe 54 Howe 53 Howe 72 Howe .60 Howe 47 Howe 62 Howe 78 Howe 63 Howe 63 Howe 72 Howe 89 Howe 42 Howe 76 Howe 69 Howe 54 Howe 72 Howe 84 Howe 78 Howe 50 Howe 63 Howe 55 Warren Central 94 Arlington 97 Shortridqe 88 Beech Grove 79 Lawrence 66 Shelbyville 53 Broad Ripple 102 Franklin Central 90 Southport 73 Tech 92 Scecina 103 Deaf School 41 Tech 80 Wood 87 Northwest 86 Washington 65 Perry Meridian 56 Marshall 88 Manual 84 Attacks 77 Perry Meridian 60 Manual 78 RESERVE BASKETBALL Howe 65 Howe 52 Howe 47 Howe 48 Howe 41 Howe 38 Howe 45 Howe 48 Howe 35 Howe 6 1 Howe 60 Howe 93 Howe 44 Howe 37 Howe 41 Howe 60 Howe 54 Howe 52 Howe 39 Howe 61 Warren Central 36 Arlington 47 Shortridge 49 Beech Grove 32 Lawrence 63 Shelbyville 40 Broad Ripple 55 Franklin Central 50 Southport 48 Tech 67 Scecina 65 Deaf School 32 Tech 54 Wood 47 Northwest 68 Washington 45 Perry Meridian 48 Marshall 39 Manual 46 Attucks 65 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Howe 55 Wood 49 Howe 59 Creston 36 Howe 52 Scecina 46 Howe 39 Chatard 41 Howe 40 Attucks 34 Howe 43 O.T Shortridge 45 Howe 44 Northwest 34 Howe 35 Arlington 3 1 Howe 63 Cathedral 46 Howe 59 Washington 41 Howe 48 Broad Ripple 46 Howe 57 Tech 56 Howe 48 Franklin Central 44 Howe 45 Manual 46 CITY TOURNEY Howe 48 Washington 39 Howe 53 Marshall 40 Howe 45 Manual 46 Baseball As Told By Larry McCormick and Okie Harold When I was small I played on little league teams and was very enthusiastic about playing baseball at the age of 9. It was a very good background for my future baseball career. Now I think of Baseball year round. During the season I train by lifting weights, running, not to mention grass drill and monkey roll. When not in season a person must train to stay in shape for the oncoming season. With so many sports going coed now the question of girls Baseball is being raised. Accordim to one baseball player girls can play " if there are coed locker rooms. " A teammate said " they (girls) sure as heck can ' t play the level of baseball a man does. " I like playing baseball because I feel that it is important for a person to show his inner- emotions in the field of Baseball. . .f;v- __, " z+l z ?ifyr £$: ' -■ T - - ' k „ ;s - " " " ' " rr • ■; ■ ■-. " ' ' • S ' . ' - . . " " ---■ - " ' - " ' . " " ' ' : " ■ ' " ' ■ " -1 -..;- " ?i : , .:.; ; r ■yffV: ' - -J " -.;..- ' . " ■ " v : . : sa -t.V U 1 m Track As Told By Gary Selke Track events that I participate in are the 100 yard dash, the 220 yard dash, and the 880 yard relay, the 440 yard dash, and the high jump. Before running, I run one dash full speed, watch the other events so I don ' t get nervous, and listen to the starter so I can tell how his starting count goes. After you win a race, you feel different, depending on who you run against. If you ' re running against someone who ' s supposed to beat you, you feel great. But if it ' s someone you are supposed to beat, it doesn ' t mean that much to you. When I come in second, I ' m mad at myself because I know I didn ' t try as hard as I could. Of the events I ' m in, I feel high jump requires more skill and practice because you have to learn how to take off, learn your steps, and how to land without hurting yourself. The one track meet that I felt I did exceptionally well in was the Northwest meet, because I won my first blue ribbon. In fact, I won three blue ribbons! Track is not publicized as well as the other sports, and I think that I could do better with more spectators present, because we would have more support. ' XiLji 25 Dianna Cohee rounds fourth turn and ' heads for finish line. ' v I HOW Frank Madajp winds up for the disaus Tenn s s s s y y y y y . w. ' -s-s. y % yyy yyyy .- s ' -■- - ' -.-■■ y y . y s ■ r. y y s , , ' y y y s s y y .y y y y y s s y y y y y ygy y My y y y s ■ y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y ywr y y y y y y y y k J ■ r y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y s t . y y y y y y y y% Ik |jL . ' y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y .y y y y y y y y y y y y y J m ■ ■ y y y y y y y y v y y y.s Dave DeHerdt £ serve to make a point for Howe. Mark Thomas is ready to slam the ball back to his opponent. Tennis As Told By Tom Barnard Howe did very well this year. Howe ' s tennis team has never had a losing season. The team had a 9-1 season with our only loss to Broad Ripple (former state champs). Howe came in 2nd in the sectional with Mark Thomas winning singles and Bill Bankston and Phil Worthington runner-ups in doubles. Howe came in 3rd in the city with Thomas runner-up at no. 4 singles, with Worthington and Bill Rood as runner-ups in no. 2 doubles. As for next year, Howe should have an excellent team. The top five varsity players are all returning. Our chances in the sectionals and city should be excellent. I understand that it would be hard to gather a crowd to watch a tennis match. Never- the less, increased school spirit would help the tennis team just as it would any other athletic team. As for a career in tennis, I would really like to play pro tennis, but I doubt if it would be tangible for me to look at pro tennis as a possible career. Even if I was qualified, it would require much more time than I am able to give at the moment. I plan to play collegiate tennis, if possible. 27 Dave St. John wonders if his famous putt will " be a successful one. ft Bill Bankston swiftly follows up with ms Sefve. Phil Worthington with his tennis racket in hand, band on hea( id mind on the game, is ready to win his meet. Doug Cotter shows intense concentration afterputting the ball. The opening kickoff of the Marshall game-has just been shot by Dave, Detamore. ' Football As Told By Doug Prieshoff This years team worked well together. Captains Larrv McCnrmiV-k c Harton guided us to our winning season of 8-2 The Kr TaSbS, " ' were our solid defense and speedy offense. If we were noted for one i em ta " particular, it would be our sturdy line. ■ ?o r bi ! 9 St d , ownfa11 was over confidence, which brought us to our first loss I 9 " W e " The m °f »■• S- 6 f ° ' me was ?he ChaterTgaSe It was -n. ef ° re a - 9ame f 96t nervOUS ' but dl of « butterflies quickly disappear after the opening kickoff. I play football for the excitement of the game Uove the feeling of running hitting, and winning. The crowd really cheered us on this elson It really gets ; us fired up to see the student body rooting us on. I work harder than ever ootball f Id dlSapP ° mt them ' Il ' s a e feelin 9 for me to represent Howe on ST Action increases on the field as the Hornet players gain yards against Broad Ripple. v . ■ 33 : ' ® Ztoss Country As Told By Scott Thomas ar « rlTf C ?T try iS a Sp ° rt made UP ° f rUnnin9 2 " 1 2 mUes over a set course o f hills and wooded area. The first 5 runners on a team score with the lowest score winning. The runners start training in the summer 2 days a week. In the fall the harriers run distances of 3 miles, 6-1 2 miles 12-1 4 rales, and 3 separate miles. It takes most of the summer to get in shape. 12-1 2 miles is the farthest that varsity has to run. Freshmen run 1-1 2 miles. The reserve race to run first then varsity Anyone is eligible to join if they have passing grades. John Adams and Ray Janes hold the freshmen •ecord for the 1-1 2 mile run at 7:41. Roger Wright has the Christian Park record for the 2-1 2 mile •un in 12:25. Scott Thomas really likes the sport; the scoring, and the competition involved He ■emarked, It s a very challenging sport. ' Becky Taylor displays her p«wer-packed serve. Volleyball As Told By Becky Taylor Volleyball is a very exciting game and I love to play it. I become very excited when I ' m playing a game. I want to do my best and help the others to do their best. If I can do this I feel uplifted and proud. If not, well, I ' ll just try harder next time Our team did real well this year. Even though we don ' t have the sectional trophy I feel that we are better than the team that did receive it. We had just finished playing Beech Grove when we had to play for the sectional title. We were all too tired to play another game but we put up a good fight and lost with dignity. It ' s hard to accept defeat when you can t ' aste victory. Miss McMillan is really a neat coach. She helped us become a real team and use teamwork as our mam defensive system. Everyone worked together. Selfishness and priority were very slight. One factor that really hurt was the lack of school spirit. No one took much interest in us. I hope it isn ' t that way next year, I wouldn ' t want volleyball to die out. 37 CN Carol McCrae bum s the ball while Becky Taylor backs her upy Miss McMillan.confers with teaWaurmy time out. g watches the ball as she serves to the other team. ii - GYMNASTICS: Front Row-Cindi Jackson Canty McAtee, Diane Abney, Susie Lovell, Gerri Simmons, Georgia Solberg, Tracy Johnson, Saundra Thomas, Mary Wood, Coach Reinhardt. Middle Row-Suzie Lawrence, Anita Bowman, Jan Jones, Kim Graeber, Donita Brinson, Vicki Plummer, Maria Hagans. Back Row--Syndi Defur, Jan Frick. 1 1 HOWf HOH H0 _ ik ■ S " VOLLEYBALL: Front Row-Bail Becher, Bev Cross, Mary Kay Solberg. Becky Taylor, Kim Marendt. Second row-Becky Wilson, Wendy Peters, Doe Nottingham, Sue Heustis, Beth Strickland. Third Row-Coach McMillan, Tammy Lannon, Ann White, Carol McCrae, Bernadine Wallace, Margaret Thorton. T ,n: r-RESHMAN FOOTBALL: Front Row-Robert Stephenson, Joe Smith, Steven Rettig, Bill Hunter, Troy Roeschlein, Clift Cunningham, Michael Wilson, Eddie Davis Paul Ford, Bob Vessey. ' Second Row-Steve Mathney, Mike Stahl, Dennis Moore, Bill Hughett, Mike Hensley, Doug Lynette, Leo Banks, Ronnie Phelps Mark Collins, Al Huss. Third Row-Rex Cotter, Matt McAndrews, Gary Rankin, Mark Bisner, Sergio Gonzalez, John Scarbough, Robbie Pacheco Brian Mylers Jim Lowe, Keith Manning. Fourth Row-Eligeah McDaniels, Tom Sasser, Richard Bruce, Richard Kaye, Dale Cherry, Marty Dugan, Kevin McAtee, Greg Pinkman Joe Kaiser, George Zorio. Fifth Row-Coach McLeidh, James Fair, John Radford, David Harkness, Bob DeRood, Roger Wingfield, Richard St.John, Jim Wilson Archie Roland, Mark Welsh, Tony Miles, Coach Thompson. u • W»L " ur c m A ' MB VARSITY FOOTBALL: Front Row-Daryl Boyd, Larry Pastrick Jeff Stipanovic, Ralph Coonce. Second Row-Don Priest, Doug Prieshoff, Jim Stanbrough, Steve Peek. Third Row-Jeff McGuire, Paul Nedbrugge Bailey, Duane Clark. Fourth Row-Glen Cherry, Bruce Lynette, Garry Little, Dan Dobson, Bernie Mackell, Dave Detamore, Doug Johnson. Fifth Row-Jim Gossett, Tom Barnes, Coach Smith, Coach Stewart, Coach Arvin, Coach Harpold, Coach Preston, Kevin Scott Erickson, Mike Maddox, Bill Montgomery, Pat Lepper, Steve Harton, Larry McCormick, Ron Brown, Mike Privette, Okie Harold, Bill Bobb, Mike Hinton, Mike Smith, Mick Deane, Gary Selke, Doug Cotter, Tom Sullivan, Kevin Johnson, Steve Maki, Soug McGuire, Dan Kir by. r A m Wayne Munchell goes up for the opening tip off. ■==-: £==;==— Rusty Eads goes up for an easy lay-up during the Homecoming game against Washington. Rusty Eads attempts a shot while Scott Erickson comes up to help. 41 Basketball As Told By Kevin Johnson Although this year ' s season wasn ' t one of which we brag about, I am proud that I had the opportunity to play on the team. We started out with more than our share of problems, loosing three players which could have helped us out alot. I feel that we all tried very hard, and worked well together when we had to, but it seemed that this was after we were behind and had a long way to climb. When we did get working together, we proved to be fierce, as I ' m sure you know if you were at the Southport or Northwest game. One of our problems was frustration. At times we tended to give up. My lowest moment this season was when we hit the record for the most consecutive losses in a year, eleven. Team spirit was good considering the way things were going, but school spirit left something to be desired. One item we did achieve was a foundation for next year ' s team. Something we didn ' t have this year. I wish we could have had a better season, but I guess ' Winning isn ' t everything. ' ■ Sophmore Jim Holly shows some fancy work on the court. i 33 f- Mr. Mitchell gives his team last minute instructions before the start of a game. Jump Dennis, jump! Rusty Eads tries to add a point to the Howe Score during a foul shot. Dennis Moore goes for a rebound against his Washington opponent. 43 The players watch to see if Tony Pennington ' s shot will bring the Hornets two points. Howe ' s ' mystery player ' attempts to steal a pass from Arlington ' s freshman team. ..r.,., -,,-,, « •- Wrestling As Told By Jim Mackell-Howe ' s 132 lb. City Champ! Wrestling is one of the best sports in the atletic program as far as fairness to all boys is concerned. It presents opportunities for boys of all sizes. There are thirteen different weight classes starting at 98 and going up to 185 and Heavyweight. A wrestling match consist of three, two minute periods. The wrestler to accumulate the most points within this time period is the winner. Points are achieved for near falls, escapes, and takedowns. If a wrestler gets both shoulders of his opponent ' s on the mat he has ' pinned ' his opponent and won the match. Three team points are awarded to a wrestler who wins by points and six to a wrestler who wins by pin. We practice every day after school and Sat. from 9:00 ' til 12:00. At practice we run, go through drills, and try out different holds. We had a good season this year, loosing only three meets. Four guys placed at sectionals, but lost to stiff competition at regionals. They were Mike Niggle, Carl Boger, Kevin Dodd, ' and myself. Mike Niggle and myself also placed first and second respectively in the city meet. Howe ' s wrestling team presents a special award to the wrestler with the best pin in each meet. This award is entitied the ' Stud Duck Award ' and is a great honor to receive. This award helps prove our slogan, ' Wrestling is for studs. ' Looks like Steve received his takedown points Gymnastics As Told By Jan Frick 46 All of the trials and tribulations of sports paid off for the girls gymnastics team this season. After putting up with basketball, baseball, construction, and heating problems, we won all of our meets except the last, played against Columbus North. We quickly recovered from our defeat and went on to win both the sectionals and regionals making us eligible for the state championship. However, we again fell short to Columbus North, the title, and our dreams. Second place in the state is not bad, though, and we are awfully proud of our accomplishments. There are fifteen girls on the team. Some of us competed in only one event and a couple ;ompeted in two or more events. I think that the two biggest reasons we did so well were our attitudes and our coach. We were all very close to each other and we helped one another to achieve our goals. I do not think that a better coach than Mrs. Reinhardt can be found. She practiced with us every night, after school, and on Saturday afternoons. She really helped us alot. Another big help was the terrific backing we received from the student body. It was great to know that they were with us all the way. Like every sport, gymnastics is alot of hard work, but believe me, it is an awful lot of fun! 22 DlFPa " " « ST4NBR0UGH » MUNCH j 32 JOHNSON w. CMOHER VI 4 SSKSK, HOME « Suzie Lawrence performs an eagle catch in Rj winning style. Throwing a front hip circle from an eagle catch is Cathy McAtee. ■ No, the picture is not upside down, but Susie 1 Lovell is. Susie is preparing for the af terflight i of her handspring vault. Swim Team As Told By Carol McCrae and Janice Wiggins The early morning swimmers (that ' s 6:30 babe) completed their first year with a splash. These briqht-eved beauties were plagued with cries of ' Flip turn! ' and ' Pick up the pace! ' by their beloved coach, Mr. Tim Jessup. Four-hundred, two-hundred, and one- hundred yard swims were beaten out of the dedicated swimmers daily at the Eastside YMCA. Despite the grueling pace of early morning practices and long, tiresome meets, the girls ' and boys ' teams swam together, learned together, and had fun together. The team faced tough competition from such foes as Warren Central, Shelbyville, and Lawrence Central. Despite gut determination and fierce team spirit, inexperience won out-although the team Hirfn ' t Ruthie Williams demonstrates that Hat dives are essential to quick starts I 1 1 =S= =2r Ir l ' See Carol McCrae. See Carol McCrae dive. See Carol McCrae win? wJL " -i£ ■ _ ■ -Zr VARSITY WRESTLING: Front Row-Carl Boger, Tony Craft, Tom Sullivan, John Rouse, Randy Smith, Steve Maki, Roger Wingfield, Kevin Dodd, Jim Mackell Brent Reed, Mark Lagenbacher, Don Rech, Mike Niggl, John Baughman, Dick Bruce. I Back Row-Gary Pottorff, Coach Pugh, Coach McLeish, Coach Arvin. ti ft fS SWIM TEAM: ( y Front Row-Carol McCrae, Terry Barnard, Nanette Walters, Marianne Dugan, Ruthie Williams, Theorda Panoutsopoulos Jan Wiggins Bonnie Bmgle, Ginny Shockney, Kathy Kent. ' ' , Back Row-Coach Jessup, Curt Winter, Phil Stalas, Jeff Genrich, Greg Crooks, David Wente, Tony Schultz, Tom Galloway. ' I Jl M I U U U 1 , l Villi Intramurals As Told by Larry Norris Why do guys play intramural basketball? Because it ' s exciting, because they want to get back at the ' old foggie teachers ' or because they just like basketball. Well, according to Larry Norris all these reasons are correct along with a few more. Intramural basketball is played only one night a week, so most of the guys can get off from their jobs. It provides activity for guys who like basketball, but couldn ' t play for the Howe team for some reason or other. At intramurals there are no refs., so just about anything goes and I mean anything. The biggest team usually comes out the winner, but it ' s all for fun. Linda Taylor helps the Hornet ' s Reserve Team climb to the top. Varsity cheerleaders help heighten the spirits of the basketball team as they cheer them on. Cheerleading As Told By Susie Mathews As a cheerleader, I help promote school spirit at football and basketball games. But I think that often people forget that we only lead spirit, not provide it. It is the student body who provides the school spirit. I felt that this years school spirit was terrific! Not only were the major sports supported, but also the minor sports. We cheerleaders have other duties besides cheering. We decorate the locker room before games, make spirit signs, and lead assemblies. This summer we went to cheerleading camp for a week. Here we learned chants and cheers. We also competed against cheerleaders from other schools. In this competion we won first every night. Drill Team As Told By Debbie Hannah The drill team marched into season early this year by attending summer camp at Vincennes University. Here we learned a great deal about dancing and marching. Early in August we began preparing dances for halftime at football games. One of my favorite shows this year was the fifties dance, where we ' Hopped and Bopped ' to old Elvis music. Besides performing pregame and halftime shows we also march in military meets and parades. Mrs. Banks was our sponsor. Mrs. Banks herself, was a member of the Hornet Honeys while a student. She helped us think up ideas for dances and lifted our spirits when the going got rough. Drill Team members are: 1st Row: Julie Moeller, Corina DeHerdt, Marsha Barker, Anita Bowman, Patty Allen. 2nd Row: Vicki Steele, Judy Neu, Karen Edwards, ] Reed, Becky Smith, Maria Hagans, Debbie Hannah, Terry fendiver, Carrie Shepard. 3rd Row: Marcia Alexander, Marcy McDowell, Diane Eden, Sandi Stepp, Darlene Graves, Laura Tuttle, Annalee Groene, Sue Heustis, Linda Gurley, Brenda Bohnenkamp, Shirley Callaway, Joy Freathy. Cheerleaders stand at attention during the National Anthem at one of this year ' s basketball games. r -r r n f 56 SUNDAY. MAY 26, 1974 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR 34 GREAT YEARS AT HOWE By BOB WILLIAMS Howe High School ' s Sam Kelley and the forward pass started out together 50 years ago. Kelley began his illustrious career in the Boonville coal fields, earned nine varsity let- ters at Boonville High and six more at Oakland City College, and dedicated his best years since 1940 to the Howe athlet- ic department. Sam ' s 34 years as Howe coach, athletic director and teacher will receive some of the recognition he deserves June 5 when many of his closest friends get together at Hook ' s Trophy Room for a testimonial banquet. Kelley is the last of Indi- anapolis ' old guard that in- cluded at one time Charlie Dagwell (Tech), Russel Ju- lius and Bob Nipper (Short- ridge), Justin Marshall (Washington), Harry Thomas (Manual), Kyle Peters (Broad Ripple), Lon Watford (Crispus Attacks), and Jake Caskey (Deaf School). All were extremely influen- tial athletic directors in the Capital City shaping a golden era. for high school sports. ithin 9 V A urn c i c. fOOf, so 7; sc » °Pe n . $1 -oo Z: Oo L !s V -■ p o 2- ft o I Q V- 1 1 V V o A D fc " A ' ■M % n ' M ty, $ ' «« a. The alto section practices a song during choir period. b. Choir 1st Row: Barbra Chaillaux, Linda Taylor, Karen Anderson, Diane Eden, Saundra Thomas, Becky Tuttle, Lisa Lane, Kathy McGuire, Marsha Rivers, Alice Stephenson, Connie Tillery, Debbie Rich, Cindy Graves, Ann Fulk, Allen Mosiman. 2nd Row: Karen Edwards, Cheryl Zink, Jan Johnes, Becky Kinley, Vickie Steele, Robbie Reasoner, Kathy Lee, Terri Rogers, Nona Shockney, Sherry Gamble, Rosie Bruce, Joy Freathy, Cheri McKee, Stephanie Hyfield, Pat Wootan. 3rd Row: Ben Meyers, John Striby, Tim Riches, Charles Presti, Brad Coglan, Allan Whitlock, Mark Wiggs, Daryle Boyd, Steve Smith, Tom Quinn, Dan White, Phil Watz, Duane Clark, Randy Russell, Mike Leamon. 4th Row: Larry Pastrick, Rich Reasoner, Bill Megnin, John Barnes, Gary Yeary, Dan Britt, Scott Erickson, Jesse Hertzberg, Jeff McCreary, Phil Stalas, Bill Hill, Dan Struck, Randy Kord, Ralph Coonce, Danny Dobson. i 2 t f . 8th Period Girl ' s Concert Club 1st Row: Penny Crane, Marianne Dugan, Lynn Seale, Debbie Morrow, Donita Salter, Jenny McCormick, Brenda Goldsmith, Shelia Shearer, Kim Burden, Leonna Byers, Carrie Shepard, Beth Smoot, Rita Carr. 2nd Row: Cindy Graves, Donna Stickle, Suzie Zander, Debbie Evans, Cyndi DeFur, Suzie Lawrence, Laurie Herman, Sue Hedrick, Jan Frick, Kim Webb, Kathy Welch, Denise Velazquez, Margaret McKain, Connie Metcalf. Boy ' s Concert Club 1st Row: Steve Harton, Michael Popplewell, Richard Montgomery, Michael Doody, Sam Leonard, William IB Attebury, Robert Goddard, David Conway. Bruce Stevenson, Ron Fowler, Terry Nickolaus. 2nd Row: Dan Britt, Gary Cade, Robert Cavanaugh, Ron Smith, Darrell Humphrey, Gary Pottorff, Hal j Page, Mike Nalley, Robert Musgrove, Dennis Merriman, Don Meyers, Danny Walters, Dan Struck, David | Newman. 4th Period Concert Club 1st Row: Trina Snyder, Candy Davis, Patti Jo Boyce, Sybil Lewis, Susan Ferrer, Debbie Risley, Karen Harrell, Janet Lee. Shelley Poynter. Julie MoeUer, Diana McGeath, Pam White, Gwyn Chromak, Kim Graeber, Miss Barton. , ,_ ... 2nd Row: Annalee Groene, Laura Tuttle, Terri Callaway, Kathy Fuller, Mary Weatherwax, Debbie Harvey. Diane Roembke. Darlene Graves, Brenda Cecil, Tricia Cline, Gail Johnson, Debbie McCleerey, Karen Harriqan. 1 The Solo Once upon a weekday dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a faint and quivering volume of piano keys, While I stood, slowly sinking, suddenly there came a squeaking, As of some one gently singing, singing pretty melodies. " Tis my turn, ' I muttered, ' To sing, sing my solo-Only this and nothing more. ' Ah, distinctly I recallit was in the heart of fall. And each separate simple note quivered shaking from my throat. Eagerly I wished the pitch; which sounded ever high and rich From my music notes came flowing— flowing yet not on key, For the squealing screaming note whom composers name high C- Screaching here for evermore. And the mild, monotones, squealing from within my bones Shrilled them-filled them with trembling sounds never heard before; So that now, to still the beating of my heart, I stood repeating, " Tis my solo squeaking here for all of them to hear-That it is and nothing more. ' Presently my voice grew stronger: hestitating then no longer, ' Sir, ' said I, ' or Madam, truly your forgiveness I implore; But the fact that I was singing, and so gently you sat giggling, And so faintly you kept laughing, laughing at my soliquy, That I faintly yet could hear you ' -your manners I abore-Only this and nothing more. With Apologies to Edgar Allan Poe a. Mark Wiggs, Charlie Presti, Brad Coglan, Dan Studer, Phil Watz, and Mike Leamon go over a piece of music for an upcoming Octet performance. b. Madrigals: 1st Row: Marsha Rivers, Phil Stalas, Diane Eden. 2nd Row: Allen Mosiman, Donna Stickle. 3rd Row: Hal Page, Robbie Reasoner, Connie Metcalf. 5th Row: Jesse Herzberg, Randy Kord, Cindy Graves, Rich Reasoner. c. Rosalie Bruce sings her heart out during Octet ninth period. d. Jesse Herzberg, Robbie Reasoner, Connie Metcalf, and Hal Page reherse for one of their many madrigal feasts given at Christmas time. e. Girl ' s Ensemble: Karen Anderson Debbie Rich, Nona Shockney, Becky Kinley, Kathy Lee, Alice Stephenson, Becky Tuttle, Rosalie Bruce, Kathy McGuire. Boy ' s Ensemble: Brad Coglan, Don Meyers, Charles Presti, John Barnes, Tim Riches, Dan Studer, John Striby, Mark Wiggs, Phil Watz, Mike Nalley, Mike Leamon. 6] The Madrigalwocky Twas blowing, and the scripus tones That bloobed and blobed in the air; All mimsy were the madrigals, The flying moans rath the sky. ' Beware the Madrigalwock, my friend! The tones that screech, the notes that slure! Beware the performances and shun The frumious Bramblett! ' They took their vocal harp in hand: Long time the manxome foe he sought, - So rested them by the auditorium tree, And stook awhile in song. And, as in uffish the performance went on, The Madrigalwocks, with utter harmony, Came whiffling through the wind, And burbled as they came. One, two! One, two! And through and through The vocal flisys went snicker-snack! They lift their audience, dead with silence And went galumphing back stage. ' And hast thou heard the Madrigalwocks? Come and hear their melodies! Oh their songs! Callooh! Callay! ' We chortled for their songs. ' Twas blowing and scripus tones That bloobed and blobed in the air; All mimsy were the madrigals, And flying moans were quite fair. Apologies to Lewis Carroll The Octet The octet, a prodigy of melodies, Lifts notes twice the pitch of piano keys And never breaks or breathes, or sighs Because of their close ties. Though after school they practice much And sing with their light soft touch, And never once is heard a fuss Retiring late after dusk. Nor do they frown or look askance At performing at an after school dance. Nor do they bicker, blame or sob Performing for the PTO mob, The octet are great to hear Notes a flowing ever so dear. Apologies to Richard Armour c2 Guy and Dfrttj ' Twas the night before Musical and all through the school, not a teacher was stirring not even a pupil. The drops were hung on the battons with care, In hopes that St. Lewis soon would be there. The cast was at wits end all over the town, While nightmares of failure were keeping them down. Moreland in her leotards and Lewis in his tux, Had just settled down with hopes of good luck. When out of the pit there came such a clatter, They both jumped up to see what was the matter. Away through the lobby they ran on the floor, And up on the stage to the one locked door. When what to their wandering eyes should they see, But the door was now open and inside was a key. The key would unlock the secret to all, Of Howe ' s beautiful performance of ' Guys and Dolls ' With more talent than Broadway, the stars they came, And Lewis whistled and shouted and called them by name, Now Scott, now Charlie, not Nona and Kathy, On John, on Richie, on Lisa, and Judi. To the top of the balconey, to the back of the walls, Sing along, Sing along, Sing along all!!!! a. Rich Reasoner as Benny Southstreet checks to see ' what ' s in the daily news. ' b. Sky Masterson (Scott Erickson) listens as Nathan Detroit (Charlie Presti) trys to convince him that Mindy sells more cheesecake than strudel. c. Sarah Brown and Adelaide (played by Kathy McGuire and Nona Shockney respectively) discuss whether to ' Marry the Man Today. ' d. Sargent Sarah directs the Mission Quartet in singing ' Follow the Fold. ' e. John Barnes as Nicely-Nicely Johnson involves the whole cast when he tells them to ' Sit Down, You ' re Rockin ' the Boat. ' f. General Mathilda B. Cartwright (graciously portrayed by Lisa Lane) breaks the bad news that the ' boss ' has decided to close the mission. ■ k d 64 Band Four Trombones Four Trombones led the big Howe Band, With fifteen clarinets close at hand. They were followed by rows and rows of the finest virtuosos, The cream of every famous band. Seven drums caught the morning sun, With twelve flutes right behind. There were more than fifteen reeds, springing up like weeds, There were horns of every shape and kind. There were pom pom girls in costumes Thundering, thundering all along the way. Double euphonuims and big bassons, Each basson have Each basson having his big fat say. There were thirteen trumpets in the battery, Thundering, thundering louder than before. Clarinets of every size and French horns Who ' d improvise a full octave higher than the score. Vicki Horton led the big Howe Band, When the order to march rang out loud and clear, Starting off with a big bang bong From Whitakers gong The big bang bonger at the rear. Four trombones hit the counter point, While fifteen clarinets played the air. Then I modestly took my place as the one and only oboe, And I oom pahed up and down the square. a. While not performing, the Band enthusiastically cheers on the football team. b. The Band adds to the homecoming festivities. c. Stage Band: 1st Row: Dan White, Dan Meno, Bill Rhynearson, George Pullman. 2nd Row: Doug Lane, Bob Hunt, Ron Alexander. 3rd Row: Bob Vermillion, Kurt Struck, Mr. Mahler. BAND DRUM MAJOR: Vickie Horton 3RD ROW: Cindy Adrianson, Cathy Kent, Karen Staler, David Lee Chiles K £ 0 1 4TH ROW: Terry Chaplin, Kristi Manners, Tom Ott Bob Vermillion Catfmen Murphy™ avW Crooks D?vM Cv ' n Adr T Ianson - 5TH ROW: Sheryl Jet, Kathy Hudson, Carol Williams, Anita Ohmit, Tfcfott Steve cSmS S MS 9 6 " 6TH ROW: Kathy Gott, Linda Dillahay, Diane Cohee Sherri StdUab ' owerGwyn XonTak kl Hulh« S F lTn aw h Ttf ROW: Doe Nottingham, Bonnie Bingle, Connie Metcalf, Kurt Stroll KeWn McM Ed M Ilr , ' , Z Aldnd 9 e - dSiewman, Jeff Downey, Rick S Free m aji»ld TH inS T t ' ' ' V! Mu 7 CT W WW G Y Fleenor is BiBESy A " 66 1ST VIOLINS: Gwyn Chroniak, Alice Stephenson, Laura Gibson, Brenda Maxwell, Jeff Henson, Teresa Zaring, Pam Burton, Leonna Byers, Harold Archer, Colleen Phillips. 2ND VIOLINS: Diane Boekankamp, Elizabeth McKain, Joe Gutierrez, Treasure Kinney, Cindy Clark, Marsha Alexander, Diana Baker, Laura Wiley, Debra Spears, Chris Wilkins, Bill Jones, Julie Schmidt. VIOLAS: Cindy Adrianson, Joy Hall, Lisa Lane, Sharlene Dishon, Robin McRae, Deborah Robinson BASS: Brent Reed, Mike Leamon, Debbie Williams, Amanda Buchanan. CLARINETS: George Pullman, Cheryl Hanlon, Debbie Hirt, Kenneth Jessee, Pam Freeman. OBOES: Richard Riches, Carla Wheeler. BASSOON: Sheryl Jet FRENCH HORNS: David Lee, Steven Clingan. TROMBONES; Bob Hunt, Ted Nottingham, Bob Collins. TUBA: Andy Meyer. PERCUSSION: Bob Vermillion, Anita Ohmit. (htkutu The Orchestra Band O the Orchestra Band! They work fer Beckley; An ' they ' re the goodest orchestra ever you saw! They come to 241 every day, An ' tune their instruments, an ' play what they may? An ' they open the music-an ' we all ist laugh When they drive out a note a little off key; An ' nen-if Pop says they can- They ' U play for the musical program - Ain ' t they an awful good Orchestra Band? Orchestra! Orchestra! Orchestra Band! Why, the Orchestra Band-they ist so good They ' d play in Time Square in New York if they could; An ' nen they play at Eastqate, too, An ' does most things that orchestras do!- They play alot from Tapestry - An ' anything that Beckley sees- Ain ' t they an awful kind Orchestra Band! Orchestra! Orchestra! Orchestra Band! An ' the Orchestra Band, they know many a song, An ' practice them most all the day long; Play ' bout Christmas, an ' fall, an ' spring, An ' most the songs that choir sings! An ' if you look down in the orchestra pit, You ' d see right where the orchestra sit, Where Mike Lemmon sits, an ' can Turn int Mancini, er the orchestra man! Ain ' t they an awful neat Orchestra Band! Orchestra! Orchestra! Orchestra Band! Apologies to James Whitcomb Riley 1st Row: Gwyn Chroniak, Alice Stephenson, Brenda Maxwell, Jeff Hensen, Cindy Adrianson, Bill Megnin, Tom Chroniak. 2nd Row: Pam Burton, Leonna Byers, Teresa Zaring, Lisa Lane, Allan Mosiman 3rd Row: Anita Ohmit, Mr. Beckley, Mike Leamon, Amanda Buchanun. a. Mistress and Master of Ceremonies of the PRV were Vicki Steele and Jeff McCreary. b. Cindy Graves performs a vocal solo ' The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face . ' c. Amy B. Mueller puts the final touches on Judi Neu ' s face make-up. d. Every act in the revue participated in the finale of ' Sing a Song. ' e. Even the teachers got into the act. From the left: Marilyn Reinehardt, Eileen Wille- ford, Mary Bancroft, Pat Aman, Marilyn Jones, Rita Gaither, and Shirley Neal. f. Bernadine Wallace dances to the sounds of ' Space Race ' by Billy Preston. g. Rosalie Bruce proclaims that ' I ' m the Greatest Star ' a song from the musical Funny Girl. h. Complete with pipe in mouth, Hal Page assums the role of a father and rocks his child to sleep to the tune of ' Crystal Lullaby ' i. Elaine Lagenaur displays her musical ability by playing the piano. PRV Poor old PRV Was canceled last year because of we, But everyone pointed and said, ' Look at that! That school is full of apathy, it ' s a fact! ' (It was a fact!) Lucky old PRV Was a success this year because of we, The songs were good and the acts were cute! Instruments and dancing were up to suit! (They were up to suit!) Poor old PRV The acts were great you could see, But the audience was so rude it was sad! It made the cast awfully mad! (They were mad!) Lucky old PRV Everyone loved the show you could see, ' Signs of the Zodiac ' stole the show! ' Monday Night Martians ' helped make it go! (Did you do so?) apologies to Beatrice Brown a. The student council sponsors many activities including the annual Brown Gold dance b. Seniors cheer their team on at the senior faculty game. c Pretty sexy, hey? m Cr ° wn f d Faulty king and queen for 1974 was Mrs. Reinhardt and Mr. Volmer. e. Student Council officers this year are Gary Little, David Shadiow, Mike Maddox Dave McClellan, Tony Saba, Sharon Haygood Ruthie Williams, Icki Steele, Dee Dee Austin, Debbie Rich, Jerri Robards, and Steve Harton. g. Presiding over the student council this year was President Tony Saba. h. Howe students boogie at the Homecoming sock hop. i. Lana Teets came to the masquerade ball dressed as a little girl. icki SteeIeT r5»S5i5§£Mike Maddox, Steve Harton, Jerri Robards, I iane Kraemer,, .Ruth Ward, Sharon ' Stansbury, Dave Nicholson, Jim St en Musser, Denise Crocker, Mike Wilson, Connie Brown, Scott.Eric jug Prieshoff, Mark Kinney, Diane Roembke, Gail Balch, Cheri McKeeT , Ron F owlet ..Terry Barnard, Christy Manners, LaVonda Temple, Donna Kinney, Mi Mora Gonzolez, Don Hughett, Bobby Drum, Jim Holly, Kevin Johnson, Wayne Munchel ■H ! 1 7 I I Student Council Fable The faculty and the council Had a quarrel, And the former called the latter ' Little Kids; ' Tony replied, ' You are doubtless much older; But all types of characters and personalities Must be taken in together, To make up a system And a school, And we think it no disgrace To occupy our place, If we ' re not so old as you, You are not so young as we, And not half so free. We ' ll not deny you make A very fine administration; Talents differ; all is well and wisely put; If we cannot run a school, Neither can you make it up. ' Apologies To Ralph Waldo Emerson 72 H.H.S. Quid Seutt As a token of your loyalty to Quill and Scroll, to which I welcome you, will you raise your right hand and repeat after me this pledge: I do pledge myself To do all in my power To work for the advancement of my community, To be loyal to my superiors To live up to the ideals of true journalism, And to be impartial in my interpretation of Truth. You have the privilege, because of your record of character, leadership, scholarship, and service, of becoming members of the National Honor Society. Raise your right hand and repeat the pledge which I will give : I pledge myself to uphold the high purpose of the National Honor Society to which I have been elected striving in every way by word and deed to make its ideals of Character, Leadership, Scholarship, Service, the ideals of my school and of my life, thus doing my utmost to enable my school to attain its goals. a. Quill and Scroll 1st Row: Kathy Gibson, Debbie Heidelman. 2nd Row: Debbie McCleerey, Lee Brooks, Robbie Reasoner, Nancy Davis. 3rd Row: Jo Ann Bauqh, Patty Eaton. b. National Honor Society Officers Left to right: Cindy Hancock, Treasurer; Becky Taylor, Secretary; Debbie McCleerey, Vice-President; Mike Privette, President. c. National Honor Society 1st Row: Brenda Maxwell, Kathy Myer, Robbie Reasoner, Mary Kay Solberg, Lou Anne Wilson, Kay Niedenthal, Patty Rutan. 2nd Row: Lisa Lane, Pam Spindler, Debbie Rich, Becky Long, Mary Russell, Jo Ellen Sauer, Lee Brooks, Debbie McCleerey, Cindy Hancock. 3rd Row: Connie Metcalf , Becky Taylor, Amy Mueller, Thelma Waddell, Debbie Bray, Rhonda Durham, Jcki Smith. 4th Row: Mike Flick, Charlie Presti, Mike Privette, Robert Strickland, Allen Mosiman, Ted Nottingham, Jim Query, Randy Kord, Greg Bredensteiner. d. Debbie Heidelman signs the charter for Quill and Scroll. e. Robbie Reasoner lights the N.H.S. torch. f. Repeating the Quill and Scroll pledge are left to riqht: Kathy Gibson, Patty Eaton, Nancy Davis, Judy Brian, and Lee Ann Brooks. g. Mary Kay Solberg lights the N.H.S. torch, h. Mr. Riley speaks at the N.H.S. initiation. 74 Towe i Young Ms. Jones Young Ms. Jones Was a merry old soul, And a merry old soul was she; She called for her articles, She called for her ads, And she called for her editors three. Every editor, they had a fine page And a very fine page had they; Then twee, tweedle-dee, Tweedle-dee went the editors. Oh, there ' s none so rare As can .compare With Ms. Jones and her editors three! Young Ms. Jones Was a kindly young soul, And a kindly young soul was she; She called for her proofs, She called for her pictures, And she called for her writers three. Every writer, they had a fine story And a very fine story had they; Then twee, tweedle-dee, Tweedle-dee went the writers. Oh, there ' s none so rare As can compare With Ms. Jones and her editors three! Apologies to Mother Goose a. Joni Proffitt, Doe Nottingham, Barb Dawson, Sandi Stepp, Kim Webb, Lana Teets. b. Susan Montgomery, Susan Fener, Terry Bevis. c. Lee Ann Brooks, Debbie Heidelman, Mary Kay Solberg. d. Mike McDowell, Charlie Presti, Mark Trulock, Joe Fox, Brad Coglan. e. Charlene Flechszig, Debra Tyra. f Cheryl Hanlon. 1973 ■f, EditqriallyJPB i " BEAM UP 2 ooo HAMBURGERS Newsbriefs Editor ' s Much raised over the ture of the Girls mment roversy has been ption on the pic- ill Team in tJ October 31 edition the Tow In no way didJJ g( ! ow er mean refer to tj e Hornet Honeys as group at Bowe influenced V social clubs. Th% cap tj on simply posed a question fo he readers to make their .Mijwnaecisions concern- ing social cluW« a photo of the Tower was no »u se i because it is against our policy to picture staff members Mrnnecessarily. Tonight come as you aren freak out at Tower dance J. L. s5a ' s v mb °! of freedom of affairs Uke ordin- Jonathan Livingston Seagull, enjoyed. present state ary seagulls- ' ' enjoy The P eopJ e can , -flr a. A Howe Basketball game isn ' t complete without a hot hotdog. b. Running the concession stand is just one of the many things that the 400 Club does for our school. c. Working in the library annex is June Skaggs. d. Linda Pyland services the school by answering the phone for attendance. e. Lisa Adams and Cheri McKee have a never ending job-writing up cut slips. f. A smiling Cindy Graves distributes mail into the teacher ' s mailboxes. P.T.A. and 400 CW P.T.A. P.T.A., P.T.A., where have you been? We ' ve been to the office to use the press. P.T.A., P.T.A., what did you do there? We printed up ' Know Howe ' with much care. 400 Club 400 Club had a concession stand, It ' s popcorn was white as snow, And every time that games were played The stand was sure to show. 400 Club bought sports equipment; For the good of school; It made the children laugh and play, And compete in I.H.S.A.A. With apologies to Mother Goose 78 Russell EUis, Doug Heustis, and Marie Gray stay after school to do staff work. b. Mike Venne proofreads staff reports. c. 1st row: C LT. COL. Jim Query, C MAJ. Arthur Cave. 2nd row: C CPL. Marie Gray, C 2LT. Doug Heustis, C SFC. Russ Winter, C 2LT. Bruce Winter 3rd row: C CPL. Barbara Massel, C SFC. Mark Cope C 1LT. Frank Blackmon, C CPT. Kevin Dodd d. Kevin Dodd and Barbara Massel check supply issues. e. Denola Brown wears her ROTC uniform every Thursday as regulations requires. ROTC R is the ROTC R is the ROTC That has a rifle team They march with care In the Spring air And awards and awards they win. They drill and drill or practice near the h R is the ROTC That has a new addition That ' s broken the tradition With an easy air Girls add an extra flare They took the double dare So you boys beware Of the extra flare. WINNERS M ! ! Governor - Mike Hinton Lieutenant Governor - Connie Tillery Secretary of State - Ruthie Williams Attorney General - Steve Harton Senator - Mike Privette Senator - Jeff McGuire Treasurer - Judy Neu Auditor - Frank Field Clerk of the Court - Debbie Hannah Recorder of the Court - Mary Wood a. A U.S. History class watches the tabu- lation of convention balloting. b. Connie Tillery solicits support for her campaign. c. Federalists show their support for Nancy Davis for Superintendent of Public Instruction. d. Lee Ann Brooks leads the Nationalists ticket as candidate for governor. e. Delegates demonstrate when a name is placed in nomination. f. Dan the Man has a Plan. g. Convention tabulators limber their fin- gers after hours of pencil pushing. h. Dee Dee Austin and Brad Coglan take attendance for the Federalist delegates, i. Mr. Spears introduces the Howe mock election to I ' U ' student teacher, Mr. May. The Duel The Federalist dudes and the Nationalist cats Side by side at the polls sat; ' Twas half -past two, and (what do you think! ) Nor one nor t ' other had slept a wink! Mr. Spears and Mr. Meek Appeared to know a sure as fate There was going to be a terrible spate. (I wasn ' t there; I simply state What was told to me by the head of state!) The Brooks bakers would cry, ' Vote Nats! ' And the Feds would reply, ' Be a head, vote Fed! ' The air was littered an hour or so, With crys of, ' Vote Hinton and go, go, go! ' While Coglan at the Federalist place Up with his hands before his face, For he hoped for a party win! (Now mind: I ' m only telling you What the head of state declares as true! ) Lee Ann Brooks looked very blue, And wailed, ' Oh, dear! What shall we do! ' But the Feds went on and won at that Took good care of the Nats, Sweeped the governors returns And four other offices when the day had adjourned- And, oh! How the confetti and horns blew! (Don ' t fancy I exaggerate- I got my news from the head of state!) Apologies to Eugene Field 82 Spwck, Mate and Qai Team ' Ladies and gentlemen, I come before you to stand behind you to tell you something I know nothing about. This Thursday, which is Good Friday, is mothers ' meeting for fathers only. Entrance free, pay at the door, take a seat, and sit on the floor. ' a. The members of the Speech and Debate Team axe from left to right: Bruce Winter, Randy Smith, Susie Pratt Mike fcnne, George Wahl, Adviser Mr. Steven Briggs, Jim Trees, Keith Miller, Larry Cory, Tom Barnard, Joe Fox, Daniel Whitaker, Susan Ferrer. b. The Debate Team from right to left are: 1st Row: Susie Pratt, Keith Miller, Larry Cory. 2nd Row: George Whal, Joe Fox, Adviser Mr. Steven Briggs, Tom Barnard, and Jim Trees. c. Members of the 1974 Quiz Team are front row: Steve Stafford, Chris Reed, John Barnes, Dan Whitaker. Back Row: Mr. Ron Finkbiner; adviser, Carl Rugenstein, Rich Reasoner, Donald Dichman, and Mr. Errol Spears; adviser. d. Mr. Spears demonstrates to the Quiz Team how best to answer a question. e. Keith Miller, George Wahl, Jim Trees, and Tom Barnard during Debate Team practice. f. Randy Smith asks a question after Larry Cory ' s speech. g. Joe Fox makes a speech during an informal practice for the Speech and Debate Team. 84 Baetatage What Are They Made Of? What are Revelers Thespians made of? Made of? What are Revelers Thespians made of? Plays and comedies and also tragedies, That ' s what Revelers Thespians are made of. What is Sound Crew made of? Made of? What is Sound Crew made of? Records and tapes and microphones, That ' s what Sound Crew is made of. What is Stage Crew made of? Made of? What is Stage Crew made of? Curtains and props and also backdrops, That ' s what Stage Crew is made of. Apologies to Mother Goose a. Stage Crew 1st Row: Sponsor, Mr. C. Pirtle, Larry Norris, Bill Hughes, Glen Marquis. 2nd Row: John Marquis, Ron Miller, Gary Rankin, Ellen Mosher, Dave Lucas. b. Sound Crew Karl McClure, Jeff Welch, Kerry Kirkman, Kirk McClure. c. Make-up Crew Brenda Maxwell, Nanette Walters, Debbie McCleerey, Carol Shelley, Janice Dietz. d. Ellen Mosher, Ron Miller, and Larry Norris confer with Mr. Pirtle about the cue sheets during Senior Play rehearsel. d. Mrs. Harriet Baker ' moonlights ' as the advisor of Revelers- Thespians, the drama club. f. Thespians 1st Row: Sponsor, Mrs. H. Baker, Brenda Maxwell. 2nd Row: Debbie McCleerey, Lisa Lane. ClaU Ecology Club Jessup be nimble Jessup be quick Pick up the trash Before we get sick. Chess Club Hey diddle diddle The king and the queen. The bishop jumped Over the knight. Little Vollmer laughed To see such a sight, And the next move Was officially ' checkmate ' . Latin Club Latinum circulum Harrius Habet Numquam facebat demonstrabat Ubique ut Harrium commevit Circulum commeare cogevit. Harry had a Latin club Never did he show Everywhere that Harry went The club was forced to go. French Club Jeanne et Jean a gravi a pied le coteau a aller a le club francais Jean a tombe et a casse sa tete et Jeanne a marche. (Parce que le club tf est tres amusant.) Jeanne and John went up the hill to go to French club. John fell down and broke his crown and Jeanne just kept on going. (Because club is so much fun.) a. Linda Taylor and Becky Hansbrough work with the aquarium during an Ecology Club meeting. b. Theresa McGinley pins pattern pieces to material for a Home Ec. Club project. c. Mark Trulock carefully considers his next move at Chess Club practice. d. FRENCH CLUB: Front Row-David Hiemer, Kevin Friedly, Gregg Haboush. Back Row- Kim Burden, Kim Stewart, Beth Strickland, Becky Wilson, Carol McCrae, Linda Zimmer: Janice Dietz, Carol Hempfling, Denola Brown, Sandy Lavere, Mrs. Judi Cheek. e. HISTORY CLUB: Front Row-Marcy McDowell, Beth Smoot, Linda Zimmerman. Back Row-Warren Dickenson, Kim Stewart, Carol McCrae, Jan Wiggins, Mr. Spears. f. HOME EC! CLUB: Front Row-Lisa Craigmiles, Mary Baker, Lori Abel, Shirley West. Back Row-Shelly Harper, Theresa McGinley, Cathy Fleetwood, Jody Patterson, Mrs. Pitman. g. Tonya Jones cooks at a Home Ec. Club meeting. h. John Bruce carefully guards his king against a possible check during a club pra ctice. a. AUDIO VISUAL CREW: Kirk McClure, Jeff Welch, Jo Ellen Sauer, Kerry Kirkman, Warren Dickenson. b. SOUND CREW: Ted Nottingham, Drew Wade, York Begeman, Brad Coglan, Mike Privette, Allen Mosiman. c. Kerry Kirkman adjusts the dials in the sound booth. 1 Se ivicu Video Tape To market, to market To buy some new film School again, school again Rewind the film. To school, to school, To set up the camera Gym again, gym again Tape the games. To school, to school To present the film Rewind again, rewind again Watch your mistakes. Business Managers Higgledy, piggledy, business managers They sell tickets to everyone Fans will come everyday To buy tickets if they may. Audio Visual One, two, This tapes new; Three, four, Records galore; Five six, Films they fix; Seven, eight, Sounds they rate; Nine, ten, Reruns again! Apologies to Mother Goose a. The 1973 Football Homecoming Queen candidates were: Nora Gonzalez, Vickie Davis, Teresa Cobb, Laurie Herman, Annalee Groene, Sheila Billingsley, Kim Graeber. b. Laurie Herman congradulates Sue Ward, the 1973 Football Homecoming Queen. c. Mike Maddox and Debbie Hannah were the 1973 Brown Boy and Golden Girl. d. The 1973 Basketball Homecoming candidates were: Sara Stockdon, Carol Williams, Diane Roembke, Debbie Harvey, Becky Kinley, Cheryl Ott. e. Jim Stansbourgh and Cindy Hancock reigned as King and Queen at the 1973 Junior Prom. f. The 1973 Brown and Gold candidates were: Ron Crayton, Becky Tuttle, Bill Cobb, Diane Eden, Doug Cotter, Julie Bruce. g. Becky Taylor gets a congradulation kiss from Mr. Tout as she is crowned the 1974 Basketball Homecoming Queen. 9] King , Qaeeiu, Candidates Queens and Candidates Queen Jan, Queen Jan, has throned the jamboree (She chose a summer day) Written on her face was glee To represent Howe on that day. Queen Sue, Queen Sue, ' was chosen in the twilight She woke to find a crown so bright From homecoming that last night. Queen Becky, Queen Becky, will graduate and go But will return to place a crown on The next basketball queen you know. Queen Debbie, King Mike were crowned at Brown and Gold They looked so fair As they danced there In the beautiful night air. With Apologies to Mary Newton 10 30 73 THOMAS CARR HOWE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ROSTER PAGF 84 HR STUDENT STUDENT NAME ELE BIRTHDAY S D FTR £NTRY CODE SCH X P CODE DATE OfcOH 439300 KARR DEBRA L 57 12 13 56 F G 106 9 71 0130 439400 KARR JANET K 57 10 02 58 F G 98 9 72 0130 4398i 4 KAUFMAN ROLAND L 111 9 09 57 M G 9 72 060R 439857 FLANAGAN DEBRA K 1 12 56 F G 060H 439870 KAYE THOMAS R 62 10 71 56 M G 68 9 71 0230 439880 KAYLOR TAMMY S 53 1 22 5R F G 82 9 73 0130 439925 K£ JOSEPH F 68 5 03 5a M G 89 9 72 441899 KS.n-1 DAVID W 88 5 23 58 M G 95 9 73 441915 KLTT: JEFFFRY L 97 7 31 57 M G 9 73 060H 444318 KELLY .A.V.ES D 900 8 29 56 M G 101 9 71 008D 444325 KELLY JOHN P 900 11 08 54 M A 9 70 0230 444401 KELLY MARK L 111 11 30 58 M 85 9 73 008D 444590 KEMPE GARY D 900 10 26 55 M A 9 70 aim 444594 KEMP TAMARA 3- 58-- ._ 2 04 58- F-- _J3— ---«-- -9 72- — 0040 444610 KENDALL SHERRI L 88 7 17 38 F G 90 9 72 LINDA D 82 2 24 58 F 6 112 0130 444680 KENNEDY 9 72 0230 444900 KENT KATHY L 57 11 14 58 F G 112 9 73 0230 __ 445400 KERCHNJER ____TRENA-Jl 42- 4 30 5A _JP. __G__. 109 9 73 ._ 0230 KERN DEBORAH 77 3 08 59 h G 9 73 008D 446325 KERKHOFF STEVEN E 111 3 06 36 M G 9 70 008D 446500 KENWORTHY BEVERLEE K 62 6 15 56 F G 9 70 J5L30 4443X5- -KERM KAREN J. 1X1 _ 5 30 5 -- F G- 91 9 72 -060M 446533 KtRR CLAIRE 82 6 04 57 F 15 lt 2 0230 446600 KERR JOHN E 82 12 13 58 M G 97 9 73 0268 446875 KERSEY JOAN A 1 04 58 F G 9 73 ££) C|ito Y a ?gmmm tm®E|fI MM Liz Johnson Monica Johnson Pam Johnson Tracy Johnson Marsha Johnston Bill Jones Donna Jones James Jones Rebecca Jones Jennifer Kaim Cynthia Kaiser Joe Kaiser David Keith Mark Kelly Kathy Kent Trena Kerchner Debbie Kern John Kerr Joan Kersey Trella Kincaid John King Lawrence King Linda King Mike King Kenneth Patterson Phil Patterson Tammy Patterson Robert Peck Teresa Perkins Angela Perrvman Steve Petty Ronold Phelps Eric Phillabaum Patricia Phillips Sherri Phillips Portia Philpot Greg Pinkman C. Pirtle John Poole Karen Popplewell Donna Pottorff Alfred Powell Bobby Powers Lewis Presswood John Price Lenorddo Primm Peggy Proctor William Proctor 1 Debra Norton Debra Nussbaum Anita Ohmit Tom Ohrn Terry O ' Neal Cheryl Ott Diane Owen Maria Panter Ken Parker Andrea Parry Jody Patterson Anthony Pennington Charles Petty Jan Phillips Lois Phillips David Phipps John Pickard Nancy Pottorff Cheryl Ryan Joesph Ryan Donita Salter Dwayne Sams Eileen Sauer Denise Schuller Ann Seale Gary Selke Sherry Setser Pamela Shea Susan Sherroi. Pam Shure Dan Siebenthal Gerri Simmons Vicki Simmons Gary Simons June Skaggs Debra Smith Donn Smith Judy Smith Leslie Smith Linda Smith Pam Smith Randy Smith = 1 13? : L. W Ronnie Smith Stephen Smith Steve Smith Terry Smithes Beth Smoot Janine Snider Trina Snyder Dennis Soden Carmel Stafford Steven Stafford Philip Stalas Terry Stanley r-. sL, • 1 mmmmmft mmm W yllslil m III - ; 000 US Sra Mas mm mm mm MmtSMmM t®m§ h 1 1 a. Robert Strickland, far right, is a National Merit finalist. George Pullman, Amy B. Mueller, and Sherry Gamble all received letters of comindation for the same award. b. Nick Cridlin, Theresa Sheetz, Diane Baugh, David Walker, Susan Montgomery, and Marsha King chose coral, ecru, and burgundy for this years senior colors. c. This years Senior Class officers are: Becky Taylor, Second Vice President; Saundra Thomas, Alumni Secretary; Susie Mathews, First Vice President; Connie Tillery, Secretary; Doug Prieshoff, Assistant Alumni Secretary; Mike Maddox, Treasurer; Scott Erickson, President; and Jim Stanbrough, Assistant Treasurer. d. Top 1% of this years Senior Class: Becky Taylor, Patty Rutan, Charlie Presti, and Becky Long. e. Susie Mathews received the DAR Award while Debbie McCleerey received the Betty Crocker Award and Debbie Rich was honored with the Altrusa Award. f. Seniors who attended Boy ' s State or Girl ' s State (as the case may be) were William Yates, Becky Taylor, Scott Erickson, and Brad Coglan. Swim Play Pure As The Driven Snow Eric. Fire! Fire! Fire! Terrific fire! Alison. Where ' s the fire, E.Z.? Eric. Here in my breast, consuming my very heart for you. Alison. How silly! Why don ' t you start growing up? Eric. Oh, I ' ve been doing that for years, and I expect to go on for some time to come. Seriously, Alison, did you tell your mother how crazy I am about you? Alison. I hinted at it to Mamma. Eric. And what was the fair damsel ' s reply? Alison. She said she ' d finished raising her family and she wasn ' t thinking of starting another kindergarten. Eric. Did you tell her how fascinating you think I am? You do think I ' m fascinating, don ' t you? Alison. I don ' t know what you are. Eric. You may not believe it but I ' m a most unusual sort of fellow. Why, do you know that when I was born I was only a baby? Alison. You still are, if you ask me. Eric. Oh, I tell you, funny things have happened to me. At the early age of one minute I howled to see the world. Alison. You ' re the most provoking boy I ' ve ever met. a. Nellie, the beautiful cloak model, exposes Mortimer Frothingham as the villian in the Senior Play. b. Larry Pastrick as Jed Logan and Joy Hall as his wife ' Ma ' take a quick peek at their lines before they continue with practice. c. Purity Dean, protrayed by Brenda Max- well, embraces the orphan baby found in the barn. d. Leander Longfellow charges at Mortimer to stop him from carrying off Purity. e. Ron Miller shows Gary Rankin how to operate the lightboard before the senior play performance. f. Ted Nottingham as Leander Longfellow gallandy enters the room while practicing for the play. Diane Cohee Sheila Cole I i Ralph Coonce Larry Cory h J Shelly Costin J pi Jeff Cotterman , ' h±m hi Karen Cranfill Nick Cridlin |E , ' l Roxann Criswell Bev Cross Cindy Davis m- ' l Nancy Jo Davis Mick Deane l Corina DeHerdt Herb Diederickson ffi u " T| Jerry Dininger k - r Niki Dobbs Kevin Dodd S , Sherri Doody Jeff Downey .jteMJIjwBB Ed Droeger Liz Durham B R Rhonda Durham JB —. Russell Eads • J Patricia Marie Eaton h jf% V ' V - ' V: Robert Echolds Venessa Edwards T 1 Larry Eggers Rita Elias I - 1 Steve Ellis J B (!k Wanda Elsey Ww 8 Scott Erickson ■ if Beverly Erlenbaugh Hr ' H Dave Evans Richard Evans [M . , Jean Ferguson jAt P Chris Fiddler Av V Frank Field m % Charlene Flechsig Jg Sri At4 Rick Fleenor r V 1 Mike Flick kl i M Rhonda Floyd L • Joyce Flynn Joy Freathy Rick Freeman ■Lw ' « " Kathy Fuller T --n Sherry Gamble W «- r Dianne Gannon Mark Gardner Bryan Garwood Katherine Gibson Laura Gibson ' ■■V " i Pam Gillum Robert Gilmour 1. Sharie Gish Raymond Goens Paul Goodin Er- " 1 Toney Gomez f% J James Gossett Kim Graeber Darlene Graves H " JBB 9 Pam Gray Ralph Gumerson Shanna Haden J.A. Hadley ■ J.W. Hadley i D s Harold Haines Joy Hall Sue Hall Carol Hamilton K— k Cindy Hancock Mark Hancock Jim Mackell m 2 Mike Maddox Randall Maier Kim Manley B ?KM ■ Kim Marendt — ' Mary Marko ' 8»im— ■ i w4 Charles Martin Jim Martin Pam Martin Patricia Masters John Mathis «-— , Suzie Matthews • hwfcpH Brenda Maxwell Gayle McCallister Debbie McClearey Dave McClellan Diana McClellan E L _. " -- v Karl McClure ?Jt Larry McCormick Pat McCotter Mike McCurdy June McGill Jeff McGuire Cheri McKee Rosema ry McKim Brent McPherson Laura McQueen Tom Medcalfe Bill Megnin Dennis Merriman j Randy Phillips 1 ' «!ffl Dave Pierson fBp ' -f- Vickie Plummer Debbie Povonder m " " ' ! Charles Presti 9 Doug Prieshoff f ' ' | Don Priest I- 1 Mike Privette PI i George Pullman . " S ._,. 1 Linda Pyland iilk «l Jim Query ■naara Melody Query " 1, Tom Quinn Debbie Rader Daryl Raines Kathy Ramboud Gloria Ratliff Hk M Robert Ray in ; ifl _ _ Roberta Reasoner B fn Jeanne Redmon ; Diane Reynolds Debbie Rich Dawn Richards Kathy Riches .. ? Joe Riggs Debbie Risley Kenneth Robbins J5 - - j Rita Roberson pjKk ffiii jj Steve Roberson Chester Roberts Kathy Roberts W . i H Vicky Robertson B r k 1 John Robson |mfe - " Jig Debbie Roell Mary Ann Russell | : ' " ,; ' " :: : Patricia Rutan H t acuity and staff 144 Francis Fa Blanche Fe vver rguson Janette Fie Ron Finkb Larry Fitzc John Fleet Ids iner erald wood Rita Gaither Donald Glenn Carolyn Gordon Virginia Hall Richard Hammond Kenneth Hanna Richard Harpold James Hedges Dorothy Heniser Teresa Hulburt Raymond Hulce George Jackson Ron Jent Tim Jessup Dewain Johnson Marilyn Jones Hartwell Kayler Evelyn Keaton Portia Kelley Samuel Kelley Max Kidwell John Kirby James Komann Edward Kuonen Jack Lawson Thomas Lewis James Lynch Terrill Mahler Virginia McClellan Charles McGinley :S •if 1 W i Nancy McMillan Penelope McNeish Danny Meek Wayne Mellot Robert Mitchell Sandra Moreland Lyle Nave Marlyn Naylor Shirley Neal Glenn Rhode Charles Ruschhaupt Mary Schwier 1 Ethel Seitz 1 John Skene Dorothy Smith " dfi t MM v , ■ ti c ,, w ■J J - f Wt « . A: Shirley Smith William Smith Jr Mary Smuck Errol Spears Marjorie Spice Cheryl Stegnach Albert Umphrey Dante Ventresca Jacqueline White Betty Wilkes Eileen Willeford Catherine Wilson NOT PICTURED Alberta Follis Marguerite Sights FACULTY Alexander, Patricia 144 Aman, Patricia 68, 144 Anderson, Rex 144 Arvin, James 44 50, 56, 144 Baker, Hariette 83, 144 Baker, Jerome 144 Bancroft, 68, 144 Banks, Barbara 55, 144 Bare ford, Deborah 144 Baueh, David 144 Beck, Bruce 144 Beck, Richard 144 Beckley, Robert 64, 144 Benson, Margaret 144 Biship, Randall 20, 144 Bramblett 59, 144 Bredewater, Patricia 144 Brown, Philip 56, 144 Callaway, Mary 144 Cartwright, Doris 144 Cheek, Judith 86, 88, 144 Coffin, LaVerne 144 Coglan, Norman 144 Crawford, Margaret 144 Degler, Walter 144 Dinkens, E. Dale 20, 144 Duncan, Doris 144 Easter, Henry Jr. 144 Ecktman, Harold 144 Edwards, Robert 144 Ervin, John 144 Ferguson, Blanche 146 Finkbiner, Ron 56, 83, 146 Fitzgerald, Larry 146 Gaither, Rita 68, 146 Glenn, Donald 146 Gordon, Carolyn 56, 146 Hammond, Richard 146 Hanna, Kenneth 146 Harpold, 56, 146 Hedges, James 56, 146 Hulbert, Teresa 146 Hulce, Raymond 146 Jackson, George 146 Jent, Ron 146 Jessup, Tim 48, 50. 56, 87, 146 Johnson, Dewain 146 Jones, Marilyn 68, 74, 146 Kayler, Hartwell 146 Keaton, Evelyn 146 Kelley, Samuel 32, 56, 146 Kidweil, Max 146 Kirby, John 146 Komann, James 146 Kuonen, Edward 146, 160 Lawson, Jack 146 Lewis, Thomas 146 Lynch, James 146 Mahler, Terrill 64, 146 McGinley, Charles 146 McLeish, Gerald 50, 56, 148 McMillan, Nancy 20, 37, 56, 148 McNeish, Penelope 148 Meek, Danny 148 Mellott. Wayne 148 Mitchell, D. Robert 41, 43, 56, 148 Moreland, Sandra 148 Morris, William 148 Mosiman, Josinah 148 Motley Jerry 148 Nave, Lyle 148 Naylor Marlyn 148 Neal, Shirley 148 Nelson, Arnold Jr. 148 O ' Drain, Ellen 148 Paulin, Roberta 148 Perry, Yvonne 148 Pirtle, Charles 83, 97. 148 Pitman, Peggy 88, 148 Preston.Harry 5 2, 56, 87, 148 Pugh. David 50, 56, 148 Rauch, Norma 148 Rehm, Justin 148 Reinhardt, Marilyn 56. 68, 148 Richardson, Harrison 148 Riess, Michael 148 Riquelme, Roger 148 Rohde, Glenn 148 Ruschhaupt, Charles 148 Seitz, Ethyl 148 Sights, Marguerite Skene, John 148 Smith, Dorothy 148 Smith, Shirley 68, 150 Smith, William jr. 56, 150 Smuck, Mary 150 Spears, Errol 56, 79, 83, 86, 88, 15( Spice, Marjorie 150 Stegnach, Cheryl 150 Stewart, David 32, 56, 150 Stutz, James 40, 56, 150 Sumhn, William Jr. 150 Terrell, Paul 150 Thompson, James 42, 56, 150 Tobin, Hal 150 Totten Tom 150 Tout, Frank 150 Townsend, Gloria 150 Trinkle, John 150 Umphrey, Albert 150 Ventresca, Dante 150 Vollmer, Joseph 87, 150 Watkins, Frank 150 White. Jacqueline. 150 White, Wivian 150 Wilkes, Betty 56, 150 Willeford, Eileen 68, 150 Williams, Ann 20, 150 Wilson, Catherine 150 Wood, Billy 34. 56, 150 Yarber, James 150 STUDENT Adams, John 24, 29, 35, 108 Adams, Keith 108 Adams, Lisa 74 Adams, Susan 100 Adkins, Allen 100 Adrianson, Cindy 64, 66, 108 Adrianson, Vicki 92, 64 Agan, Thomas 108 Agnew, Kevin 108 Alder, Susie 108 Aldersin, Elaine 100 Alderson, Ricki 92 Aldrich John 64, 108 Alexander, marcia 55, 66, 100 Alexander, Ronald 64, 66, 120 Allen, Betty 100 Allen, Patricia 55, 108 Algood, Glen 14 120 Allison, David 108 Allison, Mark 92 Allison, Roy 100 Anders, Kenneth 108 Anderson, Barbara 92 Anderson, Karen 60, 120 Anderson, Robert 14 Anderson William 100 Archer, Heborah 100 Archer, Harold 66, 108 Archibald, Brenda 108 Armstrong, Keith 108 Arnold, Mark 108 Arnold, Patricia 120 Arthur, Tracy 100 Asher, Pamela 120 Atherton, Shawn 100 Attebury, William 59, 100 Ault. Brenda 108 Austin, Denise 68 79 120 Avant, Artressa 24, 100 Back, Elizabeth 100 Bailey, Daniel 108 Bailev, Jeffrey 92 Bailev, Kathy 100 Bailey, Vicki 100 Bain, Karen 108 Baker, Diana 64, 100 Baker, Mary 92 Balch, Gail 68 Balentine, Ton 51, 108 Balph, Joann 72, 120, 160 Ball, Nancy 92 Ball, Richard 100 Ballard, Jacqueline 100 Ballard, Richard 108 Ballinger, Teresa 92 Balsley, Rhonda 108 Banayote, Benny 100 Banks, Leo 92, 151 Bankston, Bill 26, 108 Barger, Ballard 100 Barber, Michael 100 Barger, Danny 100 Barger, Garland 100 Barger, Jimmie 120 Barker, Marsha 55, 120 Barker, Paula 108 Barker, Sheryl 100 Barlow, Terry 92 Barnard, Stephen 92 Barnard, Teresa 83, 108 Barnes, Brian 100 Barnes, John 60, 60, 83, 108 Barnette, Mary 14, 120 Barr, Suzanna 92 Bartlett, Tobert 92 Bartley, Charles 100 Bartley, Ginger 92 Barton. Mark 100 Bass, Joann 92 Bastin, Brent 100 Bastin, Bryan 14, 120 Bastion, Vivian 14, 120 Battle, 92, 51 Baue, Richard 38, 100 Baue, William 120 Baugh, Diana 14, 116, 120 Baughman, John 14, 50, 120 Bays, Ralph 108 Beal, Shelley 92 Becher, Bayle 36, 37, 120 Beck. Deborah 108 Becklehimer, Mary 92 Beckman, Danita 100 Beem, Mary 120 Begeman, York 88, 100 Belcher, Donna 120 Benedict, Stanley 108 Benedict, Terry 100 Benefiel, Mark 92, 51 Bennett, Monica 92 Bennett, Steven 120 Benson, Dianne 108 Bergdoll, Timothy 14, 120 Bernd, Carolyn 108 Berry, William 120 Bertram, Tamarra 92 Bevis, Terry 108 Bienz, Joanne 14, 120 Billerman, Joe 120 Billingsley, Sheila 91, 120 Bingle, Bonnie 50, 64, 100 Bingle, Brian 108 Blackmon, Frand 78, 108 Blair, Ruth 108 Blair, Marc 92 Blake, James 108 Blanchard, Guy 108 Blanchard, Karen 100 Bledsoe, Carta 92 Blythe, Frankie 92 Blythe, Loretta 108 Burress, Edity 92 Burris, Debra 108 Burris, John 100 Burton, Pamela 66, 100 Burton, Ronna 92 Butler, Cathy 100 Butler, Robert 100 Butler, Sharon 92 Byers, 122 Bvers, Leonna 59, 66, 100] Byrd, Russell 100, 50 Byrum, Joseph 108 Cade, Gary 59 Caesar. Donald 64, 108 Caldwell, Patricia 122 Callaway, Shirley 55, 100 Callaway, Terri 57, 122 Calvert, Richard 100 Cameron, William 100 Campbell, Jean Campbell, Chris 92 Campbell, Kimberly 100 Campbell, Mitchell 122 Campbell, Shirley 92 Cannon, Pamla 100 Carl, Sandra 122 Carlson, Curtis 122 Carmer, Cathy 108 Carmicnael, Kenneth 92 Carnal, Mary 92 Carnell, Kurt 92 Carpenter, Roy 108 Carr, David 122 Carr, Dennis 100 Carr, Rita 59 Carter, Cynthia 14, 122 Carter, Dan 122 Carter, Donna 108 Carter. Kama 122 Carter, Kenneth 122 Carter, Patricia 122 Carter, 101 Carver, Robert 109 Cassidy, David 122 Cassidy, Gina 92 Catron, Michael 14, 122, 64 Caudill, Marvin 101 Cauley, Mark 101 Cavanaugh, Linda 14, 122 Cavanaugh, Michael 109 Cavanaugh, Robert 59, 101 Cave, Arthur 78, 122 Cave, Richard 92 Cayton, Edward 92 Cecil, Brenda 57, 109 Chaffins, Sharon 101 Chaillaux, Barbara 60, 122 Chaillaux, Debra 101 Chandler, Loraine 92 Chandler, Patricia 92 Chaplin, Teresa 64, 66, 92 Charron, Kenneth 92 Chastain, Cynthia 109 Cherry, Glen 51, 101 Cherry, Jeffrey 92 Cherry 122 Childs, Gary 66, 92 Christie, Charles 122 Chroniak, Thomas 66, 122 Chroniak, Elizabeth 64, 66, 109 Chroniak, Gwyneth 57, 64, 66, 109 Clapper. Vickie 122 Clark, Brian 92 Clark, Cathy 92 Clark, Cynthia 66, 101 Clements, Barbara 92 Clements, Leo 101 Clinard, Charles 109 Cline, Patricia 57, 109 Clingan, Stephen 64, 66, 109, 160 Cobb, Mary 122 Cobb, Teresa 91, 101 Cobb, William 91, 122 Cody, Tami 92 Coghill Schelia 92 Coglan, Brad 60, 79, 88, 117, 122 Cohee, Brenda 101 Cohee, Dianna 24, 64, 124 Cole. Sheila 124 Cole, Teresa 101 Cole, William 109 Coleman, David 101 Collins, Gary 109 Collins, Mark 92 Collins, Robert 64. 66, 109 Conway, Carol 109 Conway, David 59, 101 Cook, Tyann 92 Coonce, Jenny 109 Coonce, Jenny 109 Coonce, Ralph 60, 124 Coonfield l Patricia 92 Coons, Richard 92 Cooper, Dianna 109, 161 Coovert, Nancy 92 Cope, Anthony 35, 38, 109 Cope, Brett 93 Cope, Mark 78, 109 Cope, Teresa 101 Copenhaver, Ann 93 Coppinger, Alan 109 Corman, Jack 38, 109 Corman, Richard 109 Cory, Robert 109 Cory, Lawrence 83, 124 Costin, Laura 68, 101 Costin, Shelly 124 Cotner, Leon Cotter, Jim 26, 91, 109 Cotter, Rex Cotterman, Gave 101 Cotterman Jeffrey 124 Couden, Kathaleen 93 Cowden, Timothy 93 Cox, Laura 93 ui ' lu:t. I ' t ' lHuail [ u I Craft, Gregory 50, 109 Craigmiles, Lisa 109 Cranes Fenny 59, 109 Cranfill, Karen 14, 124 Cranfill, Kimberly 101 Crayton, Ronald 91, 101 Creager, Keith 93 Creel Gut 14 Crenshaw Kevin 93 Cndlin, Anna 93 Crews, Totiert 101 Cridlin Nick 116, 124 Cridlin, Thomas 101, 51 Crick, Diane 101 Criswell, Roxann 124 Crocker, Denise 6 8, 109 Crockett, Steve 109 Criswell, Wanda 109 Cronin, Scott 93 Crook, Kerry 109 Crook, Michael 101 Crooks, David 64, 93 Crooks, John Gregory 50, 49, 109, 161 Cross, Beverly 37, 124 Cross, Debra 93 Cross, Odetta 109 Crouch, Roger 93 Croucher, Kitty 109 Crowdus, Charlene 93 Crowe, David 93 Cummins, Clifford 93 Cunningham, Bonnie 109 Cunningham. Glenn 93 Cuzzorf, Debra 93 Cuzzort, Dedra 109 Dalton, Tim 93 Danford, Sherri 101 Daniels, Harrison 101 Daniels, Jacquelyn 101 Danner, Carol 93 Davenport, Steven 101 Davidson, Bobby 109 Davis, Candy 59, 109 Davis, Cindy 124 David, Danny 109 Davis, Eddie 93 Davis, Gilbert Davis, James 101 Davis, James K 93 Davis, Jane 109 Davis, Linda 101 Davis, Marilyn 101 Davis, Mark 101 Davis, Nancy 14, 72, 79, 124, 160 Davis, Vickie 91, 93 Dawson, Barbara 109 Day, Mark 93 Dean, Debra 109 Deane, Michael 124 Deel, Troy 14, 109 Defur, Cynthia 109, 59 DeHerdt, Leonard 93 DeHerdt, Corina 5 5, 124 DeHerdt, Richard 26, 30 DeLorraine Connie 101 Demaster, Mary 101 Denney, Pamela 101 Denoon, James 93, 64 DePew, David 51, 109 DePew, Leo 93 Dessauer, Dobora 101 Dessauer, Patricia 93 Detamore, David 30, 53, 109 Dewitt, Barbara 93 Dewitte, Tim 109 Dichmann, Anthony 109 Dichmann, Donald 83, 101 Dick, Margie 93 Dickenson, Warren 86, 88, 109 Dieck, Carolyn 109 Diederichsen, Be bra 101 Diederichsen, Herbert 124 Dietz, Janice 83, 86 Dietz, Vicky 109 Diggs, Kimberly 93 Dile, Daryl 101 Dillehay, Linda 64, 93 Dilley, Donald, 101 Dilley, Gary 93 Dillon, Mark 109 Dininger, Jerry 124 Dippel, Kevin 51, 109 Dishon, Sharlene 66, 101 Dixon, William 93 Dixon, William Jr. 101 Doane, Rhonda 109 Dobbs, Niki 14, 124 Dobson, Danny 60, 68 Dockton, Mary 109 Dodd Kevin 44, 78, 124 Donahue, Jeffrey 66, 101 Doody, Michael 59, 101 Doody, Sherri 124 Dorris, Terry 50, 101 Doucleff, Christine 109 Dougherty, Karen 93 Doughtery, John NJ9 Douglas, Valerie 93 Dowling, Debra 101 Downey, Jeffrey 64, 124 Driscol, Julia 161 Driscol, Mark 93 Droddy, Evonne 101 Droeger, Edward 1 24 Droeger, joy 68, 93 Droke, Fayrene 101 Drum, Robert 68, 101 Dubecky John 93 Dugan, Marianne 50, 59, 109 Dugan, Martin 93 Dunbar, Steven 101 Duncan James 93 Dungan, Linda 101 Dunn, Kathy 101 Dunn, Robert 93 Durham, Adrienne 101 Durham, Liz 124 Durham, Rhonda 72, 124 Dych, Marianne 101 Dye, Diana 101 Dye, Michael 93 Dyer, Ray 101 Eads, Russell 40. 41. 51, 124 Eaton, Patricia 14, 72, 124 beholds, Robert 14 Eckstein, Royal 101 Eden, Diane 55, 60, 109 Edwards, Jeffrey 14 Edwards, Kim 93 Edwards, Karen 55, 60, 109] Edwards, Stanley Edwards, Scott 93 Edwards, Vanessa 14, 124 Edy, David 101 Eggers, Jody, 93 lienors, Larry 124 Ehrgott, William 93 Eickelberg, Ernest 101 Elam, Debora 93 Elian, Rita 124 Ellis, Carolyn 101 Ellis, Clifford 93 Ellis, Dixie 101 Ellis, Steven 124 Ellis, Russell 78 Elsev. Susan 101 Elsey, Wanda 124 Emerson Richard 51 Emery, Karen 101 Emmelman, Rochard 101 Emmons, Brian 109 Ends, Carol 109 England, Dorine 93 Engle, Cathi 109 Erickson, Scott 32, 40. 62, 68, 124 Erlenbaugh, Sharon 109 Erlenbaugh Beverly 14, 124 Escue, Michael 101 Evans, David 124 Evans, Debbie 59, 68, 109 Evans, Marjorie 93 Evans, Richard 124 Everhart, Rhonda 109 Everhart Sherree 109 Ewing, Katherine 101 Fair, James 51, 93 Fanelli, Catherine 93 Farrow, Ellen 93 Faubion, Nancy 93 Feldhake, Cathy Ferguson, Jean 124 Ferguson, Ruth 109 Ferguson Sara 93 Ferrer, susan 57, 83, 101 Fiddler, Christine 14, 126, Field, Frank 79, 126 Field, Samuel 101 Fields, Roger 93 Fifer, Sheila 1 09 Figg, Lisa 93 Filis, Konstantina 101 Finley, Tony 109 Finn, Michael 93 Fisher, Carolyn 93 Fisher, Jerome 93 Fisher, William 109 Fitch, Myron 38 Flechsig, Charlene 126 Fleenor, Alan 93 Fleenor, Gary 64, 110 Fleenor Ricky 14, 126 Flick, Michael 72, 126 Flick, Donald 110 Flora, Charles 101 Flora, David 93 Flowers, Keith 24 Flowers, Patricia 93 Floyd, Rhondal26 Flynn, Joyce, 126 Flynn, Thomas 101 Ford, Carol 93 Ford, Michael 102 Ford, Paul 93 Foster, Terry 110 Fowler, Jerri 93 Fowler, Richard 66, 110 Fowler, Ronald 59, 68, 102 Fox, Joseph 83, 110 Foy, James 93 Francis, Paula 109 Freathy, Joy 55, 60, 126 Freeman, Rickey 64, 126 Frick, Janice 59, 110 Friedly Kevin 86, 93 Frost, Robin 93 Frye, William 94 Fulk, Ann 60, 110 Fuller, Kathleen 14, 57, 126 Fultz, Laura 110 Fuqua, Pam 110 Galligan, Philip 102 Galloway, Alfred 50, 94 Gamble, Sharon 60, 116, 126 Gandy, Karla 110 Gannon, Diana 14, 126 Gannon, Marianne 110 Gansert, Kay 94 Garcia, Deborah, 102 Gardner, Debrah 102 Gardner, Mark 126, 51 Garwood, Bryan 126 Garwood, Mariam 94 Gay, Billy 102 Gay, Finley 94 Gearns, Louise 94 Gee, John 94 Gee, Lloyd 94 Genrich, Jeff 50 Gibeaut, Thomas 94 Gibson, Katherine 14, 72, 126 160 Gibson, Laura 66 126 Gibson, Mark 102 Gibson, Melanie 94 Gibson, Timothy 94 Gil. Rudy 102 Gillespie, Mark 51, 102 Gillespie, Tonya 94 Billiam, Rita 94 Gillum, Charles 102 Gillum, Pamela 14, 126 Gilly, Deborah 94 Gilmour, Robert 14, 126 Givan, Vicki 110 Gish, Sharie 126 Glover, Ann 94 Goddard, Robert 59, 102 Godwin, Donna 94 Goens, Raymond 126 Goff, Kris 102 Goldsmith, Brenda 59, 110 Goldsmith, John 94 Gomez, Tony 14, 126 Gomez, Lisa 94 Gonzalez, Nora 68, 91, 94 Gonzales, Sergio 94 Goodin, Paul 14, 126 Goodman, David 94 Gossett, James 33, 126 Gott. Kathy 64 Graeber, Kim 14, 57, 91, 126 Graham, Dianne 94 Graves, Cynthis 59, 60, 68, 74, 110 Graves, Darlene 5 5, 57, 126 Graves, Debbie 94 Gray, Kathy 94 Gray, Kevin 110 Gray Marie 78 Gray, Melodie 102 Gray, Pamela 14, 126 Greb, Ricky 94 Green, Nancy 94 Griffin, Patricia 110 Griffin, Tim 102 Grizzle, Michael 110 Groene, Annalee 55,53, 91, 110 Groves, Vickie 94 Gsell 102 Guhl, Brian 94 Gumerson, Ralph 126 Gunter, Vickie 102 Gurley, Linda 55, 110 Guthrie, James 110 Gutierrez, Arthur 110 Gutierrez, Jose 66, 102 Haboush, Gregg 86, 94 Hack, Carla Hack, David 110 Haden, Robert 94 Haden, Shanna 126 Hadley, Chris 110 Hadley, Dee Ann 94 Hadley, Jack 126 Hadley, Jerry 126 Hadley, Mary 110 Haganman, Patricia 94 Hagans, Maria 5 5 Haines, Harold 64, 126 Hair, Susan 102 Halcomb, Sue 110 Hall, Gwendolyn 110 Hall, Joy 66, 118, 126 Hall, Sue 126 Hall, Tim 94 Ham, Jeff 94 Hamilton, Carol 14, 126 Hamilton, Sheila Hammons, Rhonda 94 Hampton, James 94 Hancock, Cynthia 14, 72, 91, 126 Hancock, Mark 126 Hancock, Nancy 110 Hanlon, Cheryl 64, 66, 128 Hankins, Jeff 110 Hannah, Deborah 128, 79, 55, 91 Hansbrough, Rebecca 86, 102 Hardison, Clifford 94 Hardley, Tommy 94 Hardman, Carol 102 Hardman, James 110 Hardy, William 102 Harkness, David 94 Harmon, Mark 51, 102 Harmon, Michael 51, 128 Harold, Chandy 102 Harold, Oklas, 128 Harper, Linda 110 Harper, Michelle 102 Harrell, Karen 57, 110 Harriagn, Karen 57, 128 Harris, Kristi 94 Harris, Mark 111 Harris, Robert 102 Harrison, Vickie 94 Hart, Beverly 94 Hart, Rebecca 128 HartUl, Susan 94 Hartle, Marie 14, 128 Hartley, Deborah Harton, Steven 14, 30. 59, 68, 79, 128 Harvey, Deborah 57, 91, 102 Harvey, Michael 102 Harvey, Randall 110 Hasseld, Frank 128 Hasseld, Sara 94 Hatter, Garland 51, 94 Hawhee, Jay 102 Hawkins, Kristi 14, 128 Hawkins, Rufus 94 Hayes, Bettie 94 Haygood, Sharron 68, 128 Hedrick, Suzanne 59, 128 Hege, Kevin 102 Heidelman, Debra 72, 128 Heidt, Helen 94 Heimer, David 86 Held, Anna 110 Helpling, Ted 110 Hemingway, Patricia 110 Hempfling. Carol 86 Henderson, Leslie 102 Henry, Charlene 110 Henry, Darlene 110 Hensley , Debra 102 Hensley, Jennifer 14, 128 Hensley, Raymond Henson, Jeffrey 66, 128 Henson, Pamela 128 Henson, Ricky 102 Henson, Sherrill 102 Henson, Thomas 110 Herald, Randy 94 Herman, Jim 26, 30 Herman, Laurie 33, 59, 91 Herzberg, David 50, 102 Herzberg. Jesse 60, 128 Hess, Alfred 50, 94 Hess, Kathleen 110 Heustis, Doug 78, UO Heustis, Suellen 55, 102, 161 Hewitt, Linda 94 Hickman, Mary 102 Higginbotham, Nancy 110 Higeins, Tim 102 High, Rita 14, 128 Hifd, Mary 14, 128 Hill, Bridget 94 Hill, Dinnis 102 Hill, Joseph 128 Hill, Kelly 94 Hill, Lorraine 102 Hill, Steven 94 Hill, William 60, 110 Hillenburg, Ida 102 Hilligoss, Tamara 102 Hills. James 128 Hinch, Cathy 128 Hindman, Tammie 94 Hinton, Michael 31, 79 Hipsher, Gail 14, 128 Hire, Beverly 128 Hobdy, Donna 94 Hockett, Ellen 110 Hoffmire, Linda 110 Hogan, Christina 110 Hoke, Roger 128 Holcomb, William 94 Holdren, Susan 102 Holland, Terry 128 Hollenbeck, Weida 14, 15 Hollowell, Tommy 110 Holly, Janes 41, 51, 68, 102 Holman. Debra 102 Hommel, Carol 94 Hopkins, Deana 102 Horner, Alan 14, 128 Horsley, Donald 110 Horton, Vickie 64, 66, 110 Hoskins, Jeffrey 102 Hoskins, Sharon 94 Howppert, Mary 14, 128 Houser, Lynn 94 Houston, Gary 94 Howe, Linda 110 Howe, Terry 94 Hubbard, Bryan 94 Hubbard, Douglas 102 Hudson. Jay 102 Hudson, Kathleen 102, 64 Hudson, Kimberly 102 Huerkamp, Bernard 110 Huff, Mary 14, 128 Huffman. Donna 68, 94 Huffman, Shelley 102 Hughes, William 64, 83, 110 Hughetl, Donald 68, 9S Hughett, William 102 Hughey, Elizabeth 9 5 Hun, Gerald 128 Humphrey, Darrell 59, 128 Humphrey, Edward 102 Humphrey, Tom 110 Humphreys, Gail 110 Hunt, Robert 64, 66,128 Hunter, William 68, 95 Hurst, Vicki 9 5 Hurt, Deborah 64, 66, 110 Hurt. Samuel 95 Hutcheson, Larry 20, 128 Hutchinson, Ricky 95 Hutchinson, Terry 128 Hyfield, Stephanie 60, 110 Hynds, Dennis 102 Irvin Scott 102 Israel, Suzanne 110 Ivy Linda 102 Jackson, Cynthia 110 Jacobs, Patricia 95 James, Kimberly 95 James, Margo 128 James, Ray 35, 110 Jeffries. Teresa 102 Jett, Sheryl 64, 66, 95 Jensen, Kathy 130 Jessee, Jennifer 95 Jessee, Kenneth 64, 66, 110 Jewell, Cynthia 110 Johns, David 9 5 Johnson, Columbus 110 Johnson, Douglas 14, 130 Johnson, Elizabeth 95 Johnson, Gail 57 64, 102, 161 Johnson, James 95 Johnson, Judith 130 Johnson, Kenneth 14. 130 Johnson, Kevin 33, 41, 51, 68, 102 Johnson, Monica 95 Johnson, Pamela 95 Johnson, Ralph 102 Johnson, Tommie 130 Johnson, Tracy 9 5 Johnston, Marsha 95 Johnston, Paula, 110 Jones. Gil 66, 95 Jones, Bill 66, 95 Jones, David 110 Jones, Donna 95 Jones, James 95 Jones, Janet 60, 111 Jones, John 120 Jones, Kenneth 102 Jones, Rebecca 95 Jones, Sandy Jung, Jeffrey 102 Kaim, Jennifer 95 Kaeser, Cynthia 68, 95 Kaiser, Joseph 95 Karr, Debra 1 1 1 Kaye, Thomas 51, 111 Kearns, Joseph 102 Keith, David 9 5 Kelly, James 111 Kelly, John 14, 130 Kelly, Mark 95 Kemble, Les 103 Kemp, Tamara 103 Kendall, Sherri 103 Kent. Kathv 50. 64. 95 Kerchner, Trena 95 Kern, Deborah 95 Kerkhoff, Steven 14, 130 Kerr, John 9 5 Kersey, Joan 95 Kettman, Scott Kiemeyer, Thomas 111 Kilburn, Darlenna 103 Kilburn, Ronnie 111 Killilea, Brian 103 Kimes, Evelyn 111 Kimes, Yvonne 130 Kincaid, Trella 95 King, Anthony 111 King, Debra 130 King, John 95 King, Lawrence 95 King, Linda 95 King, Marsha 14 116, 130 King, Michael 95 King, Robert 103 King, Sue 111 King, Timothy 95 Kingsbury, John 130 Kinfey, Becky 60, 91, 111 Kinney, Alma 103 Kinney, Donna 68, 95 Kinney, Mark 68 Kinney, Treasure 66, 103 Kirby, Kevin 130 Kirch, Edward 68, 103 Kirk, Pamela Sue 14, 130 Kirkham, Cynthia 95 Kirkham, Jeff 111 Kirkham, John 95 Kirlin, Karen 103 Kirkman, Kerrv 83, 88 Kirkman, Rick 103 Kitterman, Ladd 103 Kleber, Steven 14, 130 Klein, Kimberly 95 Kleppe, Diana 95 Knufh, Keith 95 Kontney, Steve 111 Kootz, Charles 64, 103 Kord, Pamela 103 Kord, Randy 61, 72, 130 Koschka, Jane 130 Koschka, John 14, 130 Kostarides, Elaine 14, 130 Kraemer, Diane 68, 111 Kraeszig, Mimi 111 Laakmann, Ralph 95 Lachmaver, Robert 95 Lachmayer Susan 1 1 1 Lagenaur, Elaine 111, 68 Lagenaur, Laurel 103 Lambert, Randy 103 Landreth, Richard 103 Lane. Douglas 64, 9 5 Lane, Gilbert 95 Lane, James 111 Lane. Lisa 60. 62. 72. 83, 130 Langenbacher. Mark 50, 130 Lannom, Tamalyn 103 Largent, Debra 103 Largent, Joyce 95 Larson, David 111 Larson, Dale 111 Lauck, Laura 103 Lauer, Marilyn 95 Laugle, Gernanne 14 LaVere, Sandy 86 Lawless, Cynthia 130 Lawless, Kevin 9 5 Lawrence, Richard 95 Lawrence, Suzan 59, 111 Laws, Terron 51, 95 Lawson, Darlene 103 Lawson, Samuel 95 Lawson, Thomas 103 Lawson, Virg il 103 Laymon, Mark 95 Layman, Paula 111 Leamon, Linda Leamon, Michael 60, 66, 111 Leavitt, Tonya 95 Lee, David 61, 64 Lee, Duane 103 Lee, James 130 Lee, Janet 57, 68, 111 Lee, Jerry 130 Lee, Karen 14, 130 Lee, Kathryn 60, 130 Lee, Theodore 103 Leffew, Glenn 95 LeMay, Melinda 14, 130 Lenahan, Marie 111 Leonard, Dawn 111 Leonard, Samuel 5 9, 103 Leonard, Steven 130 Lepper, Mark 111 Lepper, Patrick 22, 130 Levier, Sandra 95 Lewelleru Pamela 1 1 1 Lewis, Charles 111 Lewis, Sybil 111, 57 Lieon. Vanessa 95 Lind. Daniel 95 Linzie, Cynthia 95 Little, Garry 68, 111 „ Littleton Raymond 103 Locke, John 130 Long, Howard 51, 103 Long, Jennifer 95 Long, Jeffrey 95 Long, Linda 95 Long, Mark Long, Patty 130 Long, Rebecca 72, 117, 130 Long, Susan 95 Long, Vincent 14, 130 Lotz, Janice 111 Lotz, Nancy 9 5 Loutt, Robert 103 Loveless, Linda 95 Loveless, Nancy 111 Lovell, Suzann 103 Lowe, James 50, 95 Lowe, Meryle 103 Lowry, Jay 111 Lowry, Sheila 95 Lucas, David 83, 103 Luedeman, Jeffrey 103 Luedeman, John 130 Lunsford, Betty 111 Lunsford, Michael 95 Lutes, Lisa 95 Lyerson, Betty 95 Lynette, Bruce 111 Lyons. Rogetta 103 Mackell, Bernard 111 Mackell, Frank 24, 29 Mackell, James 14, 44, 50, 132 Macon, Carl 103 Macon, Gloria 111 Macon, Teresa 96 Macy, Tina 96 Maddox 14, 68, 91, 116, 132 Mahurin, Robin 96 Maier, Julia 24 Maier, Randall 132 Maki, Steve 45, 50, 111 Malmfeldt, Gail 96 Maners, Kristi 64, 68, 96 Manley, Dennis 103 Manley, John 96 Manley John 111 Manley, Kim 132 Manning, Keith 51, 96 Manning, Phillip 111 Manson, Anita 103 Manson, James 111 Manson, Randall 96 Manson, Ricky 96 Marberry, Shelia 111 Marendt, Kim 36, 132 Marko, Mary 132 Marquis, Glen 83, 96 Marquis, John 83, 111 Martin, Charles 132 Martin, James 14, 132 Martin, Michael 96 Martin, Paul 111 Mays, Jackie 111 McAndrews, Matthew 96 McAndrews, Richard 103 McAtee, Cathy 36, 111, 160 McAtee, Kevin 64 McAtee, Steve 50 McAtee, William 103 McCallister, Gayle 14, 132 McClain, Andrew 66 McClain, Linda 96 McClain, Michael 103 McClain, Tina 96 McCleerey, Jefrey McCleerey, Marsha 103 McCleerey, Deborah 57, 72, 83, 117, 132 McClellan, Frank 96 McClellan, David 14, 68, 132 McClellan, Diana 132 McClellan, Roger 96 McClure, Brian McClure, Heather 96 McClure, Karl 83, 132 McClure, Kirk 83, 88 McCormick, Kathleen 111 McClain, Andy 111 McClure, Mark 51, 103 McCombs, Anthony 95 McCormick, Jenny 59, 103 McCormick, Larry 14, 30, 132 McCotter, Patrick 132 McCoy, Darilyann 96 McCoy, Marsha 103 McCrae, Carol 37, 49. 50. 86, 103, 160 McCreary, Jeff 111, 60, 68 McCurdy, Michael 132 McDermet, Stephanie 96 McDermott, Theresa 96 McDonald, Jeff 111 McDonald, Raejean 103 McDowell 55. 86, 111 McDowell Mike 111 McGeath, Diana 57, 103 McGill, June 132 McGinley, Theresa 86, 103 McGinnis, Cindy 111 McGinnis, Gorgeann 103 McGrory, Billye 96 McGuire, Denise 111 McGuire, Doug 30, 111 McGuire, Jeff 79, 132 McGuire, Kathy 60, 62, HI McGuire, Kristi 96 McKain, David 96 McKain, Elizabeth 66 McKain, Margaret 59, 103 McKane, David 103 McKee, Cheri 60, 68, 74, 132 McKee Dorothy 103 McKillup, Anette 111 McKim, Ronald 96 McKim Rosemary 14 132 Mc Kinney, Karen 103 McMiller, Ablert 103 McPherson, Brent 14, 132 McQueen, Laura 132 McRae, Robin 66 103 Meadows, Greg 111 Meadows, Kim 96 Medcalfe, Tom 132 Meeks, Darla 111 Megnin, William 60, 66, 132 Meno, Daniel 64, 1 1 1 Merriman, Dennis 59, 132 Merritt, Tina 103 Merryman, Carol 111 Metcalf, Connie 59, 61, 64, 72, 132 Metzger, Theresa 96 Meyer, Andrew 103 Meyer, Jeffrey 14, 132 Martin, Pamela 14, 132 Martin, Tina 103 Massel, Barbara 78. 96 Massey, Cynthia 96 Massey, Steven 103 Massingille, Debbi 111 Masters, Patricia 132 Matheny, Steven 96 Mathews, Keith 96 Mathias, Greg 103 Mathies, Robert 103 Mathis, John 14, 132 Mathews, Kelly 103 Matthews, Susan 54 116, 132, 20 Matthews, Teresa 103 Mattingly, Joan 111 Mattingly, Julie 96 Mattingly, Sandra 96 Maxwell, Brenda 66, 72, 83, 119, 132 May, Ricky 96 Mav. Greg 111 Meyer, Kathleen 14, 13 Meyers, Ben 59, 60, 103 Meyers, Don 61, 111 Milby, Karen 132 Miles, Tony 96 Miles, Russell 14, 132 Miles, Susan 96 Millbrooks, Tony 111 Miller, Brenda 103 Miller, Brian 96 Miller, Diane 14, 132 Miller, Freddy 96 Miller, Garrick 96 Miller, John 51. 96 Miller, Keith 83, 111 Miller, Linda 68, 103 Miller, Marietta 103 Miller, Penny 134 Miller, Robert 96 Miller, Ronald 83 111, 117 Mingee, Richard 96 Mitchell, Monty 111 Mittendorf, Barney 134 Mittendorf, Russell 103 Moeller, Dan 134 Moeller, Julia 55, 57. 103 Mohid. Dan 96 Mohid. David 104 Monka. James 96 Monroe, Helen 96 Montgomery, Richard 59 Montgomery, Susan 116, 134 Moore, Arron 51, 104 Moore, Janice 104 Moore, Kevin 96 Morgan. Kenneth Moore, Mark 104 Moore, Robert 64, 104 Moorhead, Kevin 50, 104 Moran, Roger 15, 134 Moran, Patricia 112 Morford, Charles 96 Morgan, Billy 104 Morgan, Deborah 14, 134 Morgan, Tammy, 96 Morgan, Troy 104 Morrison, Karen 104 Morrison, Stephannie 96 Morrow, Deborah 59, 134 Myrick, Ronald Mosiman, Allen60, 66. 72, 88, 118, 134 Mosher, Ellen 83, 112, Moss, Cheryl 96 Moss, Ricky 1 12 Moulton, John 134 Moylan Julie 96 Mroz. Catherine 96 Mueller, Ebie 96 Mueller, Edna Mueller, Edie 64, 96 Munchel, Wayne 51, 40, 68, 104 Murdick, Rachel 64 104 Murph , Parhair • ' ■( Murphy, Carmen (A, - 34 Murphy. Dale 104 Murrain, Debra 104 Muse, Sharon 95 Musgrove, Robert 59, 104 Musser, Maureen 68, 112 Musser, Victor 96 Myers, Timothy 96 Nally, Michael 61 Myrick, Gary 104 Napier, Charles 112 Napier, Debra 104 Narmore, Alma 104 Narmore, Janice 96 Narmore, Ralph 14, 134 Nation, Debra 64, 96 Neagle, Fred 112 Neagle, Jewel 96 Neagle, Marlene 104 NeaT; David 104 Neal, Lou Ann 96 Neely, Daniel 96 Neely, John Negovan, Mark 3 8, 51 Negovan, Michael 51, 112 Neidlinger, Roberta 112 Nelson, Cathy 112 Nelson, Mary 104 Neu, Judith 55, 68, 79, 134 Newman, David 59, 64, 104 Newton, Terry 104 Nichols, Catherine 104 Nichols, Jeffrey 104 Nichols, Tanda 96 Nicholson, Dale 134 Nicholson, David 14. 134, 68 Nicholson, Mark 134 Nicholson, Paul 112 Nickell, Brian 112 Nicholaus, Maureen 14, 134 Nickolaus, Terry 59 Niebrugee Paul 112 Niedenthal, Bruce 96 Niedenthal, Kay 14, 72, 134 Nigel, Michael 44, 50, 112 Noe. Pamela 14, 134 Noel, Hollie 97 Norris, Lawrence 52, 83, 134 Norris, Lorraine 97 Norris, Penny Northrup, Bobbi 104 Norton, Debra 14, 112 Nottingham, Deborah 64, 112 Nottingham, Thedore 66, 72, 88, 119, 134 Nuckels, Ros 24 Nussbaum, Debra 112 Oakes, Luinda 104 Ogara, Joseph 97 Oglesby, Teresa 97 Ohmit, Anta 64, 66, 112 Ohmit, Fric 97 Ohrn, Carolyn 104 Ohm, Tom 112 O ' Neal, Andy 97 O ' Neal, Terrv 112 O ' Neill, Ronald Orr, Kenneth 104 Orr, Marlene 134 Orth, Matthew 104 Osborne. Beverly 15, 134 Ott, Cathy 97 Ott, Cheryl 91, 112 Ott, Dan 97 Ott, Thomas 64, 134 Ott, Tim 64, 104 Owen, Diane 112 Owensby, William 134 Pacheco, Robbie 97 Page, Hal 50, 61, 64, 68, 59 Page, Rhonda 97 Palmer, Michael 134 Palmer, Pamela 14, 134 Panter, Maria 112 Pandou sopoulos, Theodora 50, 134 Parcel, Pamela 97 Parker, Ken 112 Parman, Warren 14, 134 Parrish, Michael 104 Parry, Andrea 112 Parsons, Belinda 104 Pastrick, Larry 60, 118, 134 Patterson, Brenda 68, 97 Patterson, Jody 112 Patterson, Kathleen 104 Patterson, Pennie 134 Patterson, Phillip 51. 97 Patterson, Terry 104 Patterson, Tammy 97 Peck, Robert 97 Peek, Steven 134 Pennington, Tony 43, 51, 112 Pennington, Betty 104 Perkins, Teresa 97 Perryman, Angela 97 Peters, Douglas 104 Peters, Karen 134 Peters, Wendy 104 Petty, Charles 112 Pettv, Steven 97, 134 Phelps, Ronald 97 Phillaboum, Eric 97 Phillips, Janice 112 Phillips, Lois 66, 112 Phillips, Patricia 97 Phillips, Randy 136 Phillips, Shern 97 Philpot, Portia 97 Phipps, David 112 Pickard, John 112 Pierson, David 136 Pinkman, Greg 97 Pittard, Teresa 104 Plummer, Vicki 136 Polston, Raymon 104 Poole, John 97 Popplewell, Karen 97 Popplewell, Mark 24, 104 Porter, Yvonne 104 Pothast, Frederick 104 Pottorff, Donna 97 Pottorff, Gary 44, 50, 59, 104 Pottorff, Nancy 112 Povonder, Deborah 136 Powell, Alfred 97 Powell, Mark 104 Powell, Rebekah 112 Powers, Diana 112 Powers, Robert 97 Poynter, Shelly 57, 112 Pratt, susan 68, 83 Presswood, Lewis 97 Presti, Charles 60, 72, 117, 136 Pre witt, Debra 112 Price, John 97 Prieshoff, Doug 31, 68, 116, 136 Priest, Donald 136 Primm, Lenorddo 97 Pritz, Evan 51, 104 Privette, Michael 72, 79, 88, 136 Privette, Doug 104 Procter, Peggy 97 Proctor, WuTiam 97 Proffitt, Joni 112 Propes, John 97 Pruitt, Terri 1 1 2 Pryor, Quintin 104 Pryor, Richard 14 Pullman, George 64, 66, 116, 136 Purdue, Carla 97 Purdue, Ronald 38, 97 Pyland, Kin 112 Pyland, Linda 74. 136 Pyland, Mark 104 Query, James 72, 78, 136 Query, Melody 14, 136 Quinn, Judy 112 Quinn, Thomas 60, 136 Rader, Deborah 136 Rader, Denise 104 Rader, Julie 97 Rainbolt Kenneth 1 1 2 Raines, Daryl 136 Rambaud, Kathy 136 Randolphs Robert 97 Rankin, Gary 83, 97, 118 Rankin, Jady 112 Ransom, Douglas 104 Rasmussen, Daniel 97, 68 Ratliff, Gail 104 Ratliff, Gloria 136 Ray, Brian 104 Ray, Robert 136 Ray, Susan 104 Reasoner, Richard 61, 62, 83, 112 REASONER, ROBERTA 60, 61, 72 136, 160 (HILLTOPPER Editor) Rebholz, Jennifer 104 Rech, Debra 112 Rech, Donald SO Rech, Lori 97 Rector, Tim 104 Redmon, Jeanne 136 Reed, Elizabeth 55, 112 Reed, Christopher 83, 112 Reed, Michael 112 Reed, Brent 50, 66, 112 Reed, Sandy 112, 161 Peese, Mary 104 Reily, Patricia 104 Renher, Alvin 104 Rettig, James 38 Rettig, Stephen 97 Reynolds, Barbara 112 Reynolds, Diana 135 Reynolds, Joseph 53 Reynolds, Michael 97 Rhynearson, Dale 104 Rhynearson, William 64, 112 Rice, Tammy 104 Rich, Deborah 60, 68, 72, 117, 136 Rich, Felicia 97 Richards, Dawn 14, 136 Richardson, Diana 112 Richardson. Ruth 104 Riches, Janet 112 Riches, Kathleen 14, 136 Riches, Robert 60, 104 Riches, Richard 66 Richey, Duane 104 Richard, Pamela 97 Rickard, Patrick 112 Ricks, Ricky 97 Riedman, Daniel 97 Rieger, Catherine 104 Riggs, Joseph 136 Rippy, Kafhi 97 Risley, Deborah 57, 136 Risley, William 105 Rivers, Marsha 60, 112 Rivers, Pam 105 Robards, Geralyn 53, 68, 112 Robards, Catherine 105 Robbins, John 112 Robbins, Kenneth 136 Robbins, Kevin 112 Roberson, Rota 136 Roberson, Robert 97 Roberts, Chester 136 Roberts, Chris 105 Roberts, David 97 Roberts, Kathy 136 Roberts, Roberta 97 Roberson Steven 136 Robinson, Deborah 66, 105 Robinson, Glen 97 Robinson, Steven 105 Robling, Steve 97 Robson, John 14, 136 Rockey, John 97 Rodgers, James 97 Roe, Tina 97 Roell, Deborah 14, 136 Roell, Steven 97 Roembke, Diane 57, 68, 91, 105 Roeschlein, Troy 97 Rogers, Michael 105 Rogers, Terri 60 Rollins, Judy 59, 112 Romans, Pam 112 Rood, William 105 Roseman, Melanie 105 Rose, Wanda 105 Ross, Betty 1 1 2 Ross, Jessie 97 Ross, Patrick 105 Roundtree, Ralph 97 Rouse, Donald 105 Rouse, John 44, 50, 112 Rowe, Kenneth 97 Rowien, Ricky 97 Rowiett, Mary 105 Rudolph, Aarona 105 Rudolph, Dwight 112 Ruedhnger, Nancy 105 Rowland, Archie Rugenstein, Carl 83, 112 Rushton, Roberta 105 Russell, Mary 72, 136 Russell, Randall 60, 105 Russell, Sherry 112 Rutan, Patricia 72, 117, 136 Rutherford, Deborah 138 Tyan, Cheryl 113 Ryan, Jennifer 97 Ryan, Joseph 113 Saba, Anthony 14, 68, 138 St. John, Dave 26 St. John Kenneth 98 St. John, Richard 98 Salter, Donita 59, 113 Sams, Dwayne 113 Sandefur, Beverly 97 Sanders, John 97 Sanders, Kathy 105 Sanders, Richard 14, 138 Sasser, Thomas 51, 97 Sauer, Eileen 113 Sauer, Jo Ellen 72, 88 138 Sauer, Mike 97 Savige, Helen Scales, Ricky 105 Scharbrough, John 98 Scheib. Diane 68, 98 Schmidlin, David 98 Schmidt, John 98 Schmidt, Julie 66, 98 Schmidt, Mariorie 105 Scholl, Janet 105 Schuller, Denise 113 Schultz, Anthony 50, 98 Schuster, Pamela 98 Scoggins, Dennis 105 Scott, Alton 98 Scott, Richard 98 Scott. Roy 105 Scrogham, Kim 98 Seale, Ann 59, 113 Seel, Deborah 98 Selke, Gary 113 Selm, Scott, 138 Setser, Lynn 98 Setser, Sherry 113 Setser, Shirley 138 Sexson, Paul 138 Shadiow, David 68, 105 Shafer, Vicki 105 Shaffer, Suzanne 98 Shaw, Florence 98 Shea, Pamela 113 Shearer, Sheila 59, 105 Sheets, Michael 105 Sheetz, Theresa 116, 138 Shelley, Carol 83, 105 Shelley, William 98 Shepard, Carrie 55, 59, 105 Sherron, Carol 98 Sherron, Susan 113 Shockney, Virginia 50, 98 Shockney, Winona 60, 62, 138 Short, Patricia 138 Short, Thomas 98 Shure, Pamela 113 Siebenthal, Danny 113 Silvey, Robert 50, 105 Simmons, Germaine 113 Simmons, Vicki 113 Simons, Gary 113 Simpson, Warren 105 Sims, Elizabeth 105 Sims, Robert 98 Sinclair, Robert 138 Sisk, Linda 105 Sisk, Robin 138 Skaggs, June 74 113 Slayton, Diane 138 Sloan, Robert 38, 98 Sloan, Kathie 105 Smilko, Jancie 138 Smith, Beverly 98 Smith, Bryan 105 Smith, Elaine 138 Smith, Debra 113 Smith,, Donna 98 Smith, Donn 113 Smith, Harold 105 Smith, Hershel 105 Smith, Jeffrey 98 Smith, Joseph 98 Smith, Judy 113 Smith, Kathy 14, 138 Smith, Leslie 113 Smith, Linda 113 Smith, Lori 98 Smith, Michael 14 Smith. Nick 105 Smith, Pamela 113 Smith, Randy 50, 83, 113 Smith, Rebecca 55 Smith, Rickey 105 Smith, Ronald 59, 138 Smith, Ronnie 113 Smith, Steven B 113 Smith, Steven R 113 Smith, Tommie 105 Smith, Tracey 14, 138 Smith, Vickie 72, 138 Smith, William 98 Smithes, Terry 113 Smoot, Beth 59, 86, 113 Smoot, Jeffrey 98 Smoot, Lila 98 Smutz, Robert 138 Snider, Janine 113 Snyder, Mary 138 Snyder, Trina 59, 113, 161 Soden, Dennis 113 Solberg, Georgin 105 Solberg, Mary 37, 72, 138 Sorrentind, John 138 Southern, Beverlie 138 Spain, Ronald 138 Spangler Roger 98 Sparks, Matthew 105 Spaulding, Charles 98 Spears, Debra 66, 105 Spegal, Beverly 98 Spencer, Doris 14 138 Spindler, Pamela 72, 138 Spivey, John 50 Sprankle, June 138 Sprauer, Gregory 98 Springer, Holly 98 Stafford, Carmel 113 Stafford. Steven 83, 113 Stahl, Michae 98 Stahl, Toni 105 stalas, philip 61, 113, 161 Staley, Julie 98 Stanbrough, James 51, 68, 91,116, 138 Stanley, Danny 113 Stansbury. Sharon 68, 113 Starks, Charles 105 Statzer, Karen 64, 113 Steele, Vicki 55, 60. 68. 118, 138 Steenbergen, Elizabeth 113 Steenberger, Lori 98 Stephens, Kenneth 113 Stephens, Roger 138 Stephens, Teresa 105 Stephens, Tracy 98 Stephenson, Alice 60, 14, 66, 138, 160 Stephenson, Robert 98, 105 Stepp, Sandra 55, 113 Stevens, Philip 98 Stevenson, Julie 113 Stevenson 59 Stewart, David 113 Stewart, Debra 98 Stewart, Kimberly 24, 86, 105 Stickle, Donna 59, 61, 113 Still, Teresa 105 Stillabower, Sherry 64, 98 Stinson, Beverly 98 Stipanovic, Jeff 14, 138: Stockton, Sarah 91, 98 Stone, Lisa oiimc, lummy i t, uo Stonebraker, Rebecca 138 Stoughton, Donna 105 Stout, Cynthia 113 Stout, Gwendolyn 138 Stout, George 105 Stoyonovich, George 98 Stout, George 105 Stratton, Charles 113 Stratton. Linda 113 Striby, John 60, 140 Striby, Richard 98 Strickland, Elizabeth 24, 29, 86, 105 Strickland, Robert 72, 116, 140 Stroud, Scott 105 Struck, Dan 59, 60, 79 Struck, Kurt 64, lfJ5 Strykowski, Darla 113 Studer, Dan 61, 105 Studer, Ronald 113 Sturm, Linda 105 Sturm, Mary 113 Sturm, William 98 Sullivan, Dan 105 Sullivan, John 113 Sullivan, Karen 105 Sullivan, Thomas 33, 44, 50, 113 Sumner, Constance 98 Sutter David 105 Sutterfield, Katherinel40 Sutterfield, James 64, 98 Suttner, Ronald 105 Sutton, Cheryl 113 Sutton, Larry 98 Sweeney, Janet 98 Tackett, Jeffrey 98 Tanasovich, Robery 113 Tanner, Bryan 105 Tarter, James 14, 140 Tarver, Christain 98 Taylor, Charles 98 Taylor, Keith 113 Taylor, Linda 54, 60, 86, 105 Taylor, Linda R 140 Taylor, Michael 105 Taylor, Norman 14, 140 Taylor, Becky 14, 36, 72, 91, 116, 140 Tedrowe, Katherine 113 Teets, Lana 68. 113 Temple Lavonda 68, 98 Terry, Elizabeth 140 Terry, Kenneth Terry, Randall 14, 140 Terry, Steve 113 Thein, Elizabeth 68, 105 Thomas, Carol 140 Thomas, Debra 140 Thomas, David 105 Thomas, Mark 26, 30, 113 Thomas, Saundra 60, 116, 140 Thomas, Scott 35, 105 Thomas, Sheila 98 Thomas, Tommy 140 Thompson, Cynthia 14, 140 Thompson, Doris 98 Thompson Gary 98 Thompson, Michael 113 Thompson, Ralph 105 Thorne, Diane 98 Thornton, Gary 98 Thornton Margaret 113 Tillery, Constance 60, 79, 116, 140 Toles, Barbara 113 Tolliver, Kim 140 Tomey, Jamie 105 Tompkins, Deborah 106 Toney, Brian 98 Toney, James 106 Tooley, Beverly 98 Torrence, Georgia 106 Trageser, Marianne 98 Traylor. Tereasa 99 Trees, James 83, 113 Trinkle, Deborah 99 Trout, Denise 140 Trout, Joyce 14, 140 Troutt, Tammy 99 Truex, Gregory 113 Trulock, Mark 86 Trulock, Robert 99 Turner, Vincent 99 Tuttle, Cheryl 106 Tuttle, Laura 55, 57, 106 Tuttle, Rebecca 60, 91, 140 Tuttle, Russell 99 Tweed, Cathy 99 Tweed, James 113 Twigg, Roni 99 Tyra, Danny 99 Tyra, Debra 113 Urich, Matt 113 Ursiny, Darel 113 Ursiny, Darius 99 Utley, Charles 106 Vance, Debra 140 Vance, Patricia 99 Vandiver, Terry 55, 113 Vane, Elizabeth 106 Van Hooser, Laura 106 Van Hooser, Malcolm 114 Vaughn, Teresa 99 Velazquez, Denise 59, 106 Velazauez Jessica 99 Venne Michael 83, 78, 140 Vermillion 52, 64, 66, 140 Vernan, Gigi 140 Vessey, Robert 99 Vest, Barbara 106 Vest, Donna 114 Vinson, Becky 114 Viney, Marie 140 Vinson, Kelly 140 Vinson, Michael 99 Vititoe, Virginia 99 Waddell, Thelma 72, 140 Wade, Drew 88 Wade, John 106 Wade, Sarah 114 Wadsworth, Jearld 140 Wadsworth, Michael 99 Wadsworth, Pam 99 Wagers, Athaleen Wagner. Sylvia 106 Wahl, George 83, 114 Wainscott, Jimmy 99 Walker, David 116, 140 Walker, Jane 106 W alder, Janet 99 Walker, John 14, 140 Walker, Judith 114 Walker, Larry 51, 106 Walker, Mark 114 Walker, Richard 140 Wall, Patricia 114 Wallace, Anthony 99 Wallace. Bernadihe 24, 29, 68 Wallace, Pecolia 114 Wallsmith, Cathy 140 Walters, Daniel 59, 114 Walters, Douglas 114 Walters, Nanette 50, 83, 106 Ward, Billy 114 Ward, Deboray 140 Ward, Jimmie 99 Ward, Michael 106 Ward, Ruth 68, 114 Ward, Susan 33, 89, 106 Wardrip, Pami 99 Watson, Debra 106 Watz, Phillip 60, 140 Waugh, Joanna 99 Waugh, Mark 106 Wayman, Jane 99 Wayman, Susan 114 Weatherwax. 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