Tippecanoe High School - Canoe Yearbook (Tipp City, OH)

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y (V r c; ' k. ■( y ' jy - ■ ' K ' ■ , , ? • f ; ( J I .hr. ) ' ' , ' Vt f Ay fc K.- ■ :A: y-y ■ : ' €fr,i, ' Kl T ;V . .ii iV .t ' ' CANOE 1961 Tippecanoe High School Tipp City, Ohio Volume 38 idiloni . Pam Moser Virginia Kerns lusinesi Manaper. Hon I ' dltor l.ln ur MarparrI Kohison - - — BTifil F jr III ?« ■i t9 -•s;: . ' %i» J.. A_l. Curriculum I Seniors II Underclassmen III Activities IV fi Sports V S Student Life VI W ' Advertisements VII Dedication to Mrs. Mary Michael We dedicate with great pride this 1961 Canoe to Mrs. Mary Michael, as a tribute for the past seven years that she has been a member of the Tipp High School faculty. We greatly appreciate the English instruction and extra help and attention which she has given us during class and in the additional time we have requested. The girls in Tri-Hi-Y are especially grateful for the able advice given to them by Mrs. Michael. With our highest respect, we the students of Tipp High School wish to express our gratitude for the services received from Mrs. Michael. ■■ V ■ ' « y ;: V;.y - ■; ' : ' ■ ' •: ;■•:• .;■•:: ••■% ».•■.. ' N. •••.•. . ? W ■•;;K :-v Foreword ri ' ' . t iit-. .} ;■ .;»••. ;.. ■ ' ' ff ■, ' ... :■ •■ : Each dot which has been spattered on this page is symboHc of each of the -J50 students en- rolled in Tippecanoe High School. It is possible to collect these dots and form a sensible design — ■ the solid circle. In the same manner the school is a sensible design which is created from 450 separate pieces — the students, themselves. An individual person constantly strives to keep his singularity as a unique being. A student gives of himself to and takes from others according to his personal make-up. Our society, requiring that he think and act for himself, gives a student his chance in high school. Paradoxically, the only w ay for one to con- tribute anvthing of himself is to lose his identity m the seiMce f -ome r r up —hi ' ; cla s a ser ice club an athlttK team With -ill membei-- strnmg togethtr in or inizati n (an be «ucce« ' ful for its membf r ind f r tht «( h )ol Wt hi t ho Nn min 1nn5.es of people m the 1961 Cinoe IndnidualU t id collcctueh the«e stu dents throush their endci r- have designed a unit — lipp Hi h f hi(h ( uh 1 an integral part ■, ' . ' ■ ' ' kM. ' ' r. ' . ' . ..• • j- t Individuals strive for Mdkins; tlidt liiiai drall A monitor giving a hall pa?s Hard practice on contest numbers That hard-earned day, graduation a successful group . . . organization, team Up and over the bar Comph ' tinfi ihc hi-t Special senior meeting Groups unite to form . Junior High students making a quick change of classes Seniors waiting for the hell Last period Senior Choir a working school - Friendly group of students at noon Tippecanoe High School ' :-A r£:.. 0 ' -:- a m Jjj- ni ! 111 ecanoe iiiiiiiuj 1 r tgWl f. h . ' hnrni i ii! SSl iisi jj- iJJi jjj- j ' ni C » - ' ,r ,.-•: . ' • ■ c urricuium Iw Superintendent Leonard T. Ball " Leonard T. Ball is one of the finest and most competent educators with whom I have contact, " stated Doctor Von Haden. Assistant Dean of the School of Education at Miami University. Those of us who have grown to know Mr. Ball, during the fifteen years he has been in Tipp. readily agree with this compliment and would add that we are proud to have him as the administrator of our Tipp City School System. iiijgl f Their Worh: Planum g — Administering — Leading Mr. L. T. Ball and Mr. Edward Kessler, Clerk. Mr. Floyd Lachey and Mr. Frank Fennell. " Board President " — Mrs. William Milner Mr. Harold Sclierer and Dr. Richard Wunderlich. THE BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education is composed of indi- vidual, outstanding civic leaders representing the com- munitv-group of persons who know their schools to be vital to the on-going life of the village. These in- dividuals meet, as a group, with the superintendent once a month to discuss the problems concerning our schools and to make decisions which serve to govern the maintainance and administration of the school system. 17 AdvisiuQ — Scheduling — Counseling;: c " o o Our Principals MR. ROBERT RITCHIE Mr. Robert Ritchie, principal of the high school, lives each day so that the students and faculty who look to him for guidance have confidence in his direction and advice. Mr. Ritchie possesses a Bachelor of Science degree from Wittenberg University and a Master of Arts from Indiana L niversitv. -MR. JAMES SPENCER Mr. James Spencer, principal of the jun- ior high school, exhibits the energy and judgement required of one who directs the daily academic-life and activity-schedules of early teen-age youth and those who teach and work with them. Mr. Spencer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Muskingum College and a Master of Arts degree from the L niversitv of Pittsburgh. In The Office: Secretaries — Office Helpers MRS. EDITH UDA Secretan- to Mr. Ritchie MRS. GERTRL DE HODGE Secretary- to Mr. Ball MRS, .W.NAIiELLE HOOVER Secretary- to Mr. Gay Mr. Ritchie ' s office helpers: Ruth Her, Linda Davis, Mary Lynn Genslinger. JoAnn Neff. Jill West, Joyce Price, Virginia Kerns, Jane Range, Judy Lukas. and Tony Staup. Mr. Spencer ' s office helpers: Betty Studebaker. Mary Lou Dunnick, Beverly Furlong, Judy Poe, Faye Sumner, Mary- Thorpe, Rochelle Hartrum, and Diane Brundretl. The days, the weeks, the months go by and each school year somehow fades into a " coming year " made-up of plans, records, schedules, and activities. With- out the thoughtful and competent work of the three secretaries in our high school building these plans and their workability would go awry. We do not thank them from day to day, but we students do truly appreciate their work. The student-aides in the high school and junior high school offices help to make the daily routine of these " hubs-of-ac- tivity " run smoothly for the benefit of students and faculties. 19 Basic English: Writing — Speaking — MARY K. MICHAEL Western College, A.B. Ohio Slate University, M.A. Advisor of Tri-HI-Y English 10 and 12 HELEN E. DODDS Western College; DePauw University, A.B. English 11 and 12 The sophomores take a spelling test. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT A truly advanced school, community, nation, and world must be composed of individuals who are more than literate. An individual should be " educated " to the extent that he has some knowledge of the works of the great writers who contribute to the building of the native cultures. Foreign literature may help an in- dividual form a clo ser bond with the peoples of other nations. Tipp ' s high school English courses offer a basic knowledge of literature, of English grammar and construction, and of vocab- ulary and correct spelling. The person who wishes to become an individual who can clearly express himself, as part of a group, will avail himself of these basic English courses as well as the skills taught in speech and journalism courses. MARGARET J. ROBISON Western College, A.B. Ohio State University, M.A. Boston University; Miami University Advisor of Birchbark. Canoe, Thespians Senior Class Play English 10, Speech, Journalism 20 Reading JAMES L. COOK Manchester College Wittenberg University Defiance College. B.S. University of Indiana, M.A. Basketball and Baseball Coach English 9 CARL LARGE Rio Grande College, B.S. Junior High Football, Basketball, and Track English 8 The library is essential for the students ' research. BARBARA GERLAUGH Bowling Green University, B.S. — Ed. Junior High Librarian, Advisor of Junior TriHi-Y English 7 KE.NT POLNCE Ohio Northern University, B.S.— Ed. Advisor of the Eighth Grade English, History, Geography 21 DONALD TARTER Georgetown College, B.S. Advisor of Science Club Chemistr ' , Biology To Discover — To Prepare This experiment looks like fun! ALLEN RICHARDS University of Cincinnati, B.S. Athletic Director, Head Football Coach General Science, Health SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Many old superstitions and false theories have been ex- plained by science. These advancements have been a part of the progress of the civilization of the world and have helped to humanize the actions of the individual. In order that they may be more fully prepared to live in a world where science has true worth and value, a general science course and a health course are required of all Tipp High students. For those who seek further truth and knowledge in science, the courses in biologv, chemistry, and physics are offered. DONALD E. McCLINTOCK Ohio University: Rio Grande College Advisor of the Eighth Grade Science 7 and 8 NORMAN DOWNING Manchester College. B.S. Junior High Football Coach, Assistant Varsity Track Coach Driver-Education, Health 22 To Live in an Age of Science What was Mr. Berkebile ' s question? MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Perhaps now, more than any other time since the be- ginning of man, the study of mathematics is vitally necessary to man ' s existence. Living in the world of today, the individual must certainly have a knowledge of the f undamentals of general math. Introductory algebra and geometry, and the advanced courses of mathematics fit many individuals for work in the various technical fields which can actually determine man ' s destiny and his society ' s future. C. 0. BERKEBILE Ohio State University; Kent State; Wooster College; Antioch College; Manchester College. A.B. Mathematics, Physics DON LOOKER Ohio Northern University. B.S. Ed. Advisor of Junior Class; Coach of Freshman Basketball, Golf; Assistant Football Coach Mathematics ROBERT H. BRUNDRETT, JR. Miami University; Ohio State University, B.S. Advisor of the Junior High Science Club Mathematics, Science MARGARET THOMSON Central Michigan University Advisor of Junior Tri-Hi-Y Mathematics 7 and 8 23 Mrs. Perryman drills the students FRANCIS J. CAIN St. Joseph ' s College; University of Dayton, B.A. Advisor of Freshman Class and Latin Club Latin, Social Studies SHIRLEY PERRYMAN Miami University, B.S. — Ed. Advisor of Spanish Club, Director of Junior Class Play Spanish LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT The study of language may serve to develop an individual ' s intellect and to discipline his thinking so that it is a more orderly process. Through Latin and Spanish courses, a better under- standing of English, and English con- struction, can often be obtained. Latin, though it is not a spoken language, is the basis of many other languages, and the functional use of English is often made more meaningful after the stu- dent has studied Latin or Spanish. In our world of today, an indi- vidual finds that all nations are his neighbors. When the individual studies and learns the language of another group of people, he may more readily come to understand them. Learning About Others Through Languages I ' Uv Spanish students recite the lesson. 24 Social Sciences Build Citizenship JOHN D. BERK JR. University of Dayton. A.B. Miami University; DePauw University Advisor of the Senior Class and Hi-Y Social Studies 11 and 12 R(JIU:Rr RICHARDS Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. Miami University Director of Audio-Visual. Advisor of Sophomore Class History 10 and 11 FHHXHJ A. STEVENSON Ohio University. B.S.— Ed. Geography and History 7 and 8 HISTORY DEPARTMENT History is shaped by individuals who. having a knowledge of the j)ast and present, learn to build for the future. These individuals, united, are called communities, states, and nations. Building the students knowledge of governmental structure, the history of the United States, and world history are some of the goals attempted by the social studies department. Dii llu- -mill-- mean lluit llii y enjoy tills rias ZOYD WISE Manchester Collese. B.S.— Ed. Geoprajiliy and History 7 and ! JAMES SPENCER Muskingum College, B.A. University of Pittsburgh, M.Ed. Junior High Principal, Advisor of .Junior High Student Council History 8 25 Striving for Perfection A Typing II class practices their lessons. MARGARET BALZER Wittenberg University, B.S.— Ed. Shorthand. Typing, Bookkeeping COMMERCI. L DEPARTMENT The accomplishments and performance of the individual are dependent upon the training of each skill of the individual who studies and uses the skills taught in these commercial subjects. Self-assurance and proficiencv are strived for bv both the teachers and students in typing and shorthand classes. Mr?. Marii-irrt Balzer helps the students with -.iiu- mimeograph work. JAMES W. DERR University of Cincinnati, B.S. — Ed., MA. High School Activity Treasurer Commercial Subjects 26 Jim Mohr and Roger Bowen carry the choir robes to the cafeteria. Self ' Expression Through Music STEWART KING Capital University, B.Mus. Ohio University, M.F.A. Director of Junior and Senior Bands Instrumental Music ANNE H. KEPPEL Muskingum College, B.S. — Ed. Director of Junior and Senior Choirs Vocal Music MUSIC DEPARTMENT Music is the common language of all peoples. An individual can express himself in music, and members of his own native group and other groups can under- stand, at least, his feelings. In the Tipp City choir and band, it is necessary for each person to give up his individuality and to work as a group so that voices and instruments will be heard as a unit in the sound that is music. 27 Sports . . . Gymnastics . . . Dancing . . . Miss Kerr leads the girls in - KAROL ANN KERR Ohio Wesleyan University, University of Florida, A. 15. Advisor of G.A.A. and Cheerleaders Physical Education, Health Education MYRON HAAG Otterbein College, B.S.— Ed. Cross-Country Coach Physical Education The boys play a touch football game. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The development of the body must not lag behind the development of the mind. Therefore, our public schools sponsor a daily physical education program. If the individuals who compose a nation are not physically fit. the nation is unable to function to the best of its ability. Sports, gymnastics, and dancing which are taught in Tipp ' s physical education classes are instituted to develop co-ordination and agility, as well as to serve as outlets for mental and physical tension so that the indi- viduals may use their energies in order to build a more effective student-group and school. 28 NANCY J. LOOS Ohio University, B.S. H.Ec. Advisor of F.H.A. Home Economics TERRY A. HEATER Ball State Teachers College, B.S.— Ed. Assistant Football, Head Baseball Coach Industrial Arts Chuck Elliot and Mark Pearson concentrate on the job. Learning and Doing HOME ECONOMICS. VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE. AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENTS Practical preparation characterizes the vo- cational subjects; home economics, vocational agriculture, and industrial arts. The classroom provides the setting; for both learning and doing. The individual ' s achievement is emphasized as both individual and group instruction takes place. PAUL L. STRUEWING Bowling Green University, B.S. — Ed. Advisor of F.F.A. and V.I.C. Vocational Agriculture, Trades and Industries Education Mr. Heater advises Tom Davis and Roger (loulu 29 To Help Us Realize Our Goals JAMES E. GAY Ohio University; University of Wisconsin; Miami University, B.A., M.A. Advisor of the National Honor Society Guidance Director Our library affords reading for leisure. IDA WATT SHAFFER University of Wyoming; American College of Physical Education; University of Tennessee; Miami University, B.S. Librarian ROBIN COLEMAN Ohio University, Bach, of Fine Arts Art BERNICE BOITNOTT Miami University Special Education ART. LIBRARY. AND GUIDANCE 30 An art course is offered this year at Tipp High in hopes that those who possess a talent for. or an interest in, painting and drawing may develop that gift. The School library, contains reference books, great literary works, and books created solely for pleasure read- ing. It plays a major role in the life of each individual who seriously strives toward the academic goals of the school. The work of the guidance department is to help each student discover himself by means of tests and to guide him in making decisions. Providers of Essential Services Mr?. Pearson, Mrs. Jenkins anil Mrs. Jiilin THE LIBRARIANS: Carol Kidder. Carol Binkley. Melanie Wapner, Pam Gentry, Helen Loncaric, Jack Matson, John Puree)], Jerry Boze, and Mary Kay Conner. The bus drivers, janitors, librarians, and cooks play a very important part in our school life. It would be difficult to run a school without them. The janitors keep our school clean. The cafeteria cooks prepare all our noonday lunches. There are assistant librarians in the library every period who help us find material for research and leisure read- ing. The bus drivers drive their regular routes and also carry students to and from the Nevin Coppock Elementary School. This year they were presented a safety award as the result of 14 years of driving without anv serious accidents. Mrs. Coddington and Mrs. Shoop. THE BLIS DRIVER.S: Mr. Blauser, Mr. Snell, .Mr. R. Butts. Mr. Kinnison, Mr. .Storck, and Mr. Stiles. Seniors 32 33 oices 34 Courses, Activities THOMAS DWIGHT DAVIS BARRY MICHAEL DEMMITT CAROL SUE DORSEV JUDITH EILEEN DORSEY SHARRON RAE COOPER CHARLES RONALD DAVIS MAXINE ANN COOPER NED FREDERICK COOK LINDA SUSAN DAVIS JACK DAVIS 35 Parties, Projects . . . SHARON ANN FLOYD CAROLYN SUE GEETING GEORGE LEE FLORY DAVID WILLL M GIESSEMAN PATRIQA ANN FENNELL SUSAN KAY FOX DOUGLAS RICHARD DREWING JOSEPH DAVIS EARHART FREDDIE JAY EARLES MICHAEL FRED ELLIOTT !Sfe j;:¥£.j - . f ■ IK ' - 1 . . ' k ti. Jf F Wff ' w Senior attendant Jane Range, 36 Problems, Progress T o fi • f- n ' . Hk KAREN ALICE GOLDNER SHERRY LYNN GRAY ROGER LEE GOUBEAUX ELDEN THO LAS GRICE MICHAEL LEE GRAF JON EDWARD HABER ROCHELLE HARTRUM GLORIA JANE HELKE KURT HERZOG JOHN TERENCE HILL driven by Butch Demniit, arrives at the field. 4i 37 Rings, Suppers 38 Play, Trip REBECCA KAY MOSER DAVID EUGENE MOTTER JO ANN NEFF LUCINDA . UY NEW-MAN MICHAEL ROY MATTAUSCH PAMELA WHITFIELD MOSER MARIIYN KAY MiriTi PAULETTE ANN MARCUM MAKILIIN KAY MAGILL D NIEL IFF MOONFYHAN FRANCIS OGAL MATSON ' ' .MUUlNhYHAN 39 Games, Dances . . . tMmm UllkM CHARLES POSTON JANE ANN RANGE RONALD WILLL M POTTER RICHARD GEORGE RECK JUDITH ANN POE JOYCE GERALDINE PRICE THOMAS D. NICHOLS JEANNE MARIE PALANICA MARY KATHLEEN PENCE KAREN JOY PERRY il . T, The seniors monopolize 40 . . . Pictures, Panic W JOYCE ELAINE ROGERS THERESA CAROLYN SEEBACH MARY LEE ERNA SALE ARLENE KAYE SHANK PHILLIP ELLSWORTH SCHERER KEITH ANTON SIDLER the water fountain. NELSON D0U(;LAS SILVER ARLENE ANN SMITH DALE THORPE SMITH EVERETT EARNEST SMITH 41 The Climax of Four Years KAREN K. SNELL ALICE JANE STAGER BETTY JOY STl DEBAKER EDITH FAYE SI MNER The seniors leave the stage after their com- mencement program. RONALD RAY SUERDIECK PEGGY ANN TOBIAS GEORGE CHRISTOPHER Tl.MMER SHARON LOLISE TRIEHENBACH J ! r CHARLES EinVARD lYZZER 4 kk ■I 4afe 42 Graduation 43 FIRST ROW: Theresa Seebach, Carrie; Ron Potter, Bobo; Paulette Marcum, Susan Abbott; Sharron Cooper, Abigail Ab- bott: Mike Mattausch, Professor Michaels; Linda Davis. Bunny. SECOND ROW: Milton Boyce, Bill; Karen Goldner, Clara; Karen Perry, Helen; Judy Dorsey, Marge; Louis Wilson, Dean Gillingharii; Mary Kyle, Mrs. Miller; Tom Nichols, Jack; Jo Ann Neff, Sylvia; Charles Poston, Howie. Junior Play: Lines — Laughs — Limelight! " Mother Was A Freshman " was the three-act comedy staged on March 21 and 25. 1960. by the class of 1061. during their junior year. The first scene took place in the home of Abigail Fortitude Abbott. The follo v- ing scenes occurred in the dormitory of Pointer College. Pointer. New York. The action of the play was built around the idea that Susan Abbott ' s mother, Abigail, was going to attend college. Susan had fallen in love with her professor. But, when Abigail enters college, all eyes, including the professor ' s, turn toward the mother. The audience was kept well-amused throughout the acts of the play. 44 " He was so funny! " " I tell you he looked at her ' that way ' . " ' Mother Was A Freshman ' " But, boys, Susan is my daughter! " How dare you say that! " FIRST ROW: Arlene Smith, Grandmother; Karen Bolner. Studml I iir. , ti.r ; Nancy Bettelon, Antonia; Sharron Cooper, Miss Pidgie; Louis Wilson, Mr. Morgan. SECOND ROW: Mik,- Mjttausch, Willie; Joyce Price, Joan; Jane Range, Flickie; Linda Davis. Mrs. Guarine; Butch Demmitt, Silas. THIRD ROW: Tom Nichols. Bill; Miss Robison, Director; Jo Ann Neff, Mrs. Vanderventer; Paulelte Marcum, Betsy; Phil Scherer, Ponzeby; Ruth Hornbeck, Evalina; Sharon Floyd, Student-Di- rector. Senior Play: Work — Fun — Two Big Nights! The Senior Class play, " Off the Track. " was presented on Thursday and Friday evenings, November 17 and 18. All three acts took place in a dilapidated, little-used railroad station. The entire play is based on the incidents which arise among a group of stranded persons after a train has jumped the track, down the road from the station. All the delayed pas- sengers have to stay in the station until a relief train is sent to take them to their destinations. We met many different characters, such as: a young engaged couple; an Italian woman with her child and its grandmother; a group of college youths; a man who is very hard of hearing and carries a mysterious suitcase; a rather meddle- some old woman who makes it her business to " know " the others; and a very rich and haughty woman. Each character reacts differently to the fact that he may have to stay in this " horrible place " indefinitely. Of course, the play had much action and it appeared when Mrs. Guarino was accused of stealing Mrs. Vanderventer ' s pearls, and a mock trial was staged in order to prove her innocent. At last the relief train comes and everyone rejoices. The play was directed successfully by Miss Margaret Robison. 46 The crew worked hard behind the scenes. " This is horrible! " Off the TracW " That woman took my pearls ! 47 After that long. Ions train ridel Class Trip — Five Fabulous Days and Nights! After three years of hard work, the class of 1961, finally accomplished their goal, a class trip. On April 26. 1960. the class members, who were then Juniors, left Tipp Citv and traveled to their destination, the nation ' s capital. ' ashinirton. D. C. After a fun-filled night on the train, the sleepy students arrived in Washington and later pro- ceeded to their " " temporary headquarters. " the Annapolis Hotel. The many tours, which were a part of the trip, en- abled the members of the class to see the Lnited States Naval Academy at Annapolis, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, the Capitol. Mount Vernon, and manv other historical points of interest. After five days, the group arrived back in Tipp City, very tired, but very happy. The experiences of the cl ass trip will long be cherished as highlights of the high school years. .rr ' " -- ' iv . »1I ' tJ L I m M 1 HmE - tm ?9KH B ' M " ii I ' v vl lk1 1 m Seniors approach the Capitol Building. The long trek to the Washington Cathedral. ii - -- ' ; ' ' V V Hospitality Reigns Paul and Sharon in the punch line. fi ' ' : Are those goldfish real ? This takes concentration! .t - i V On May 21, 1960. tlie traditiotial Junior- Senior Prom, sponsored by the Junior Class, was held in honor of the Class of 1960. " Southern Serenade " was the theme for this gala dinner-dance event. The auditorium was beau- tifully decorated in shades of sky blue and silver. A Colonial-style home and a pond, occupied by fish and baby ducks, were very impressive scenes. A delicious ham dinner prepared by the junior mothers was served by Southern " mammies " from the Sophomore Class. As the music of Bob Griep ' s Orchestra drifted on, the couples danced in this dreamy atmosphere. 49 Underclassmen 50 51 Juniors . . . . ' s. ' Tom Aubry Deann Boger Joe Boocher Jack Bovd Jerrv Boze Rosa Lee Brenner Dwight Brewer James Brown Scott Brownlee Brenda Burke Mary Burnett David Burns Roger Clyne Marv K. Conner Debbie Cook Keith Davis Bob Dilts Marv Lou Dunnick Marcy Evans Mike Evans Gene Flovd Beverly Furlong Diane Galyon Marv Lvnn Genslinger Florence Gilbert Jean Glaser Carolyn Glasmeier Patty Goubeaux 52 Jubilant, Journeying . . . OFFICERS: Patty Goubeaux, treasurer; Melanie Wagner, president; Dick Long, vice-president; Sharon Ochs, secretary. Carol Graf Sandra Gray Steve Halteman Ed Harris Tim Hawley Mike Hecker Jerry Heffner Virginia Heinze James Heller Gary Hines Kerry Hines Sharon Hodge Jerry HoU Dwight Holobaugh David Imler Tom Jackson Barbara Johns Ed Jones r A ' -f - r jk 7 P. cs, •!« f 53 Juniors Dick Karns Bonnie Knox Paul Kreider Jon Lenehan Wayne Littleton Dick Long Sherry Mathes Tom Mitchell Pam Mohr Don Monbeck Gary Newman James Norris Sharon Ochs Sis Oda Judy Officer Tim ' Olt The Junior Class elected Sharon Hodge as its Home- coming Attendant; Louis Wilson drove her to the Crowning Ceremonies. 54 Talented, Trustworthy Sherry Passon John Purcell Lester Ranimel James Rohrbach Sally Rothenbuecher Suzanne Salb Bob Simpson Barbara Smith Sylvia Smith Tina Snell Joy Sowers Virginia Stanley David Staup Tony Staup Cathy Stocker Randy Tedrow Mary Tharpe Judy Troy Karen Truebenbach Sandra Trupp Melanie Wagner Mary Lou Wallace Linda Webb Don Wick Eugene Wilhelm Tom Wilmoth Jacque Wilson Rick Yetter tv: 55 Sophomores Ofi f , mk. i Rodney Uley Karen Andrews Darlene Arbaugh Gene Beery Roser Bowen Bob Brayshaw Bonnie Brenner Robert Brunrett Ron Conley Freddie Cook David Coppock Kalhy Cramer Mike Davis Karen Dick Bernie Dorsey Mike Dudley Richard Ellcman Dennis Elliott Barbara Elliott Lois Erbaugh Minnie Evans Susan Fermell Mike Geers Pam Gentry Susan Gorde Paula Gibbons Joyce Grooms Ben Guild Larr - Cray Garv Haber Margaret Hajiiilton Paul Harris Sandra Hartley Tom Hecker Dennis Heffner 56 Scholarly, Syncopated OFFICERS: Cheryl Reinoehl, vice- president; Doug Strasser, president; Cindy Howard, treasurer; Paul Har- ris, secretary; Ben Guild, Student Council representative. Dick Helmer Judy Hignite Nancy Hilterbran Junior Homer John Honeyman Karen Hook Pat Horton Cvnthia Howard Mary Kay Hughe Judy Kerg Steve Kessler Carol Kidder Ron Kindell Robert Kinder Bruce Knisley Charlene Kreiger Jean Kreiger Bobbie Jo Kuskie Nancy Leiss Tom Leone 0 91 57 Soph omores . . . Tom Lesher Helen Loncaric Lenora Long Mike Luckey Elaine Magaw James Massie Sandy Mitchell Jim Slohr Lee Moore Tom Noland Howard Null John Orians Connie Osborne Don Parker Dan Perrine Carolyn Phillips Gary Preston Ken Price Ron Pickrell Alfred Psczulkoski Lenora Long represents Sophomore Class in Homecoming Court. 58 Enthusiastic, Eager Cheryl Reinophl Nancy Reynolds Jim Robbins Dean Rohrer Barbara Roth Judy Senseman Joyce Serapin Emily Skillings Linda Skillings Sylvia Shaffer Rose Shank Betty Snell Pam Spangler Larry Stark Mike Stephens Bill Stiles Joan Staup Peggy Sumner Jim Taylor Danny Thompson Raymond Trucksis David Tyzzer Charles Vance Hank Vocke Lois Watson Sharon Waymire Dean Webster Tim Weikert Jill West Daryl Westfall John Whilchair Celeste Wilson Mike Wolford Oren Wright Eddie Yahne k J , r ; y " 1 01 y; CI ri f vf r 59 Fresh men ir ' fmifl t , u- l-fi ' V li 9 a Donald Adkins Lee Aufdemkani Norman Ayer James Baxter Judy Beackley Karen Beery Michael Bennett Carole Binkley Mike Blauser Peggy Bolner Mike Bowling Jerry Boyd Teddy Boyd Larry Boze David Briscoe Kathie Brown Tom Bryant Mary Bunnell Walter Burjiess Miriam Burnett Joe Catey Stephen Chaffins Tom Christie Mona Coleman Dennis Cook Tom Diers Jill Eickhoff Charles Elliott Konald Evans Tom Evans Jim Finch Michelle Francis Janice Fritz Cvnthia Frv TerrN Furlong 60 Fun-Filled, Friendly OFFICERS: Dennis Cook, president; Christie Smith, secretary; Mona Cole- man, vice-president: Linda Snyder, treasurer; Donna Leone. Student CounciL Mary Lou Glasmeier Pat Good Susan Graf Dennis Green Dee Ann Group Bruce Guild Maureen Heaton Rick Holbird Carol Hensley Terry Hetzler David Hilberry Karen Honeyman David Hughes Ronnie Hutchins (. ' onnie Ingle Mike Jackson Dale Karns Evelyn Kerg Don Kessler Larry Kunkler 61 Freshmen . . . :i I - Barbara Lehman Donna Leone David Lorms Martha Magill Sue Massie Carolvn Maxson Dennis McGriff Sue Mclntyre Bruce Miller Jeff Mitchell Beverly Moore CIvnda Moorman Kathy Nieman Don Ochs Margaret O ' Shell Phyllis Parsons Mark Pearson Walter Poe Sharon Potter Pat Powell Philip Powell Virgie Powell Tom Parrish Mike Reineke Scott Brownlee drives Carol Hensley. Homecoming Attendant from tin Freshman Class, to the ceremonies. 62 Studious, Stalwart Haney Putterbaugh Patty Retter Bonnie Ritter Tom Rolirbaoh Allan Seebach Sheila Seebach Gary Shaneyfelt David Schearer Becky Shepherd Ralph SkiUings Christie Smith Linda Snyder Jefl Sweigart Pat Taylor Craig Thuma Loren Trout Muriel Truebenhach Donna Tucker William Vocke Jo Ann Wallace Doug Webb Jim Whilehair Terry Wick Doug Wildenhaus Carolyn Wilhelm Bruce Williamson Patty Willis Larry Willoughby Shirley Wilraoth Cheryl Wilson Linda Winlrow Frank Wollenhaupt Michael Wood Becky Young Bill Zimmerman 63 Eighth Grade 5l Boyd Dennis Adkins Richard Apple David Aufdemkampe Lois Baldwin Jo Barrett Dianne Bauer Kathy Beyl Larry Bihn Karen Binkeman David Black Kenny Boger Roger Bolton Patty Brewer Gregory Dennis Brubaker James Brundrett Cathy Cain Becky Canter Kave Carlile Carol Chrisman illiam Christie Tanya Clark Ronald Clark Carolyn Clevenger Mike Coberly Patrick Robert Coffey Qarence John Compton Michael Conley Lowell Steve Crablree Susan Decker Qaudia Jane Diers Linda Dinger Cvnthia Lynn Etherington Don Fell Keith Alan Feltz Marha Sharon Finley Larrv Fisher Charles Frasure Michael Free Dennis Lee Furlong Paulette Garrison Christy Gee Evelvn Gee Kathleen Gilmore Elizabeth Goodin Doug Gray Mona Green X ' illiam Grice Jackie Lee Griffin 64 Junior Hz«: ] Wheels OFFICERS: Carol Chrisman. secretan-; Janclle Tur- ner, president: Nancy Long, vice-president; Liz Good- in. treasurer; Kaye Carlile, Student Council representa- tive; Bill Rodenberg, Student Council representative. Sharyn Grove Joyce Hartly Carol Heffner Pat Heffner Sandra Hermann Walter Hess Philip Hiatt John HiU James Hogue Becky Honeyman Dennis Hombeck John Hurtt Mike Filings Joann Jenkins Dilla Rosemary Johnson Jean Marie Kaufman Steve Kinder Merritt Knox Patricia Kunkler Patrick David Lehart 65 Ready Spirit, Willing Patty Leiss Mary Jo Long Connie Martin Diane Martin Janice Martin Judith Martin Linda Masters Dixie Miller Diane Mohr Bill Monbeck Gary Morris Leigh Moser Graig Murdock Becky Nibert Kent Noffsinger Carl Olson Linda Palotas Michael Parks Jane Pearson Judy Pearson Janet Pickrell Sandra Pierce Ron Price Janice Pyle Patricia Quellhorst Linnea Rammel Connie Lee Rieneke Carolyn Robinson Gayle Robinson Eighth grade class enjoys an interesting lecture. 66 Hands, Hopeful Hearts Hill Rodenherg Tom Rogers Shirley Rohr Bobellc Rosien Pat Roth Howard Sautter Larry Secrest Gail Sidler Alice Sheppard Joe Shearer Dottie Shiere Gary Snell Jerr ' Spangler Judy Stark Linda Straub Terry Sulivan Lois Tharpe Michael Thompson Christine Thurman Jane Troy Janell Turner Tommy Tyzzer Goldie Unroe Cheryl Vanderheide Kathleen Vance Robert Vocke Carol Vogeler Sam Wampler Mark Weaver Carolyn Webster Marilyn Webster Kenneth Weng Micheal White Betty Jo Wilmoth Marilyn Willoughby Joe Winblad Charles Woolery Cathy Wright Jean Yenney Viola Yount pI H! 1 KSn . ' « ' 67 Seventh Grade . . . fMIJl Mary Louise Alley Anita Andrews Pamela Balmer Rebecca Barefoot Tim Balding Anita Bell Carol Benham Steve Behm Russell Black Sandra Booher Edward Boyce Mary Jo Brewer Joy Brode William Brundrett Margaret Burgess Deborah Bussinger Kathy Buirley Sharon Coleman Lia Comelissen Betty Collett Dellia Collett Jacquelyn Comer Gary Chaffins Nick Catey Alvis Garden Mary Ann Cantrell James Craft Dick Davis Steve Detrick Diana Dixon Sieve Dixon Linda Dorsey Danny Dysinger Lynn Eickhoff James Eiting Kathleen Elleman Bob Elleman Steve Elliott Henry Erbaugh Ruth Fair Tricia Fidler Janet Ford Greg Furlong Steve Furlong Phyllis Gilbert Susan Good Karen Gorde Tim Goubeaux 68 A Time to Remember OFFICERS: Anita Bell, secretary; Cayle Senfeman, lircsidcnt: Cathey Maxon, treasurer: Jan Vantuil. Stu- dent Cipuncil: Greg Furlong: Dick Davis, vire-pre-iiknl. Geri Grafton Jim Gross Kathcy Guild Bill Gumbert Bill Hamm Donna Hasse Linda Hatmaker Nancy Havens Dianna Hecker Keith Heilzman Danny Hellard Sheila Hill Michael Hohrir Bumadett Hololiaugl Jack Hook Claudia Houdeshell (-laudia Huntsburgei ( " arol Huver Rick Iddings Judy Jackson Ruth Ann Jo lir Lynn Johnson MeKin Karnclnn Greg Keel i ' J _ li n: t3 69 The Beginning of Abby Kessler Tom Ke?sler (■ail Kilpalrick Keith Kinder Joe Kramer George Kehmaii Don Leone Uavid Livingston Sharon Locker Eugene Long James Looney Ellen Lukas Pam Martin erdena Mason Larry Mattews (Jathy Maxton Noel McGinnis Susan McCready Peggy Melz Jim Mikel Joe Miller Beckv Mitchell Dick Mohr Ores; Moore Mrs. Thompson ' s seventh grade math (lass works out a difficult story- problem. 70 The Teen-Years Sieve Moore Nancy Mo er Carloyn Pankc Barbara Payne Mark Pu tnn Alto Jo Rayhurn Barbara Richards Jerry Robbins Tom Roeser Diana Rohr Mike Sandlin Gary Scbirtzinger Beverly Seagrave? Don See Gayle Senseman Jacques Sheppard Alice Simpson Chris Snell Susan Snell Terry Sowers Kathy Stafford Terry Stark Lee Stephenson Julie Stiles David Story Dennis Studebaker John Surber Bruce Taylor Jean Troy Cher l Trucksis Daphne Trueljenbach Tom Tucker Cheryl Underwood Vicki Van Horn Al Vocke Ed Warner Terry Watkins Allen Watson Sheril Watson Linda Weng Jeff Weyant Karen Whitehair Charles Whited John Winblad BiU Wintrow Kay Wollenhaupt Karen Yenncy Kent Zimmerman a t O ' 3 3 f " ' ' i 3 t Y 71 Activities 72 73 Students Elect First Woman President FIRST ROW: Sharron Cooper, Becky Moser, Linda Davis, Karen Goldner, Pam Moser. SECOND ROW: Donna Leone, Gloria Helke, Sylvia Smith, Virginia Kerns, Pam Moser. THIRD ROW: Joe Earhart, Barbara Johns, Melanie Wagner, Pam Mohr. FOURTH ROW: Terry Hill, Tim Olt, Butch Demmitt, Dennis Cook. |kVii Being the governing body of Tipp High, the Stu- dent Council has great responsiliility. Its membership is smaller now than in previous years because of the new amendment which limits the roll to presidents of clubs and classes plus two representatives from the junior and senior classes and one each from the freshman and soph- omore. With this smaller membership. Council is able to accomplish its projects more efficiently. The Student Council sponsors many important proj- ects. Among them are the following: Homecoming cere- monies, a Christmas party, a Spring assembly, locker in- spections, organized honor study halls, and the student elections. Also, Council holds the annual contest to de- termine which club has carried out the best school im- provement project of the year. A member of the Ohio Association of Student Coun- cils, our Council also sends delegates to the District Con- ference of Student Councils that it may become of greater service to the school. FIRST ROW: Dale Smith. Tony Staup, Tim Olt. George Timmer. SECOND ROW: Ben Guild, JoAnn Neff. Mary Kyle, Patty Goubeaux, Dennis Cook. THIRD ROW: Doug Strasser, Charles Tyzzer, Mike Mattausch. FIRST ROW: Virginia Kerns, Secretary; Jo.- nn Neff. President; Tony Slaup, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Linda Davis. Chaplain: Dale Smith. TiraMini; Mr. Rohnl Rilclii,-. Adviser. 74 Maintainiu High Standards FIRST ROW: Sharon Ochs Mary Kyle, Jane Range, Dale Smith, Jo Ann Neff, Jeanne Palanica. SECOND ROW: Iike Slattausch, Mary Lou Dunnick. Dick Reck, Jacque Wilson, Stefanie Binkh-y. The National Honor Society is a group of individual people who try to maintain high standards of scholarship, character, leader- ship, and service in their own lives and the lives of others. The duty rests on these individuals, as lead- ers of Tippecanoe High School, to set the best possible example for the student body and community. Members are chosen by a stu- dent-faculty council and must meet the requirements of no less than a " B " average, must have high standards, and must be at least a sophomore. Those who attain membership are tapped in an im- pressive tapping ceremony before the student body and received into the club during an inspiring induc- tion ceremony. FIRST ROW: George Timmer, President; Sharon Ochs, Secretary; Patty Goubeaux, Vice-President; Dick Reck, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Mar Burnett, Virginia Kerns, Pani Moser, Sherry Mathes, Melanie Wagner. Patty Goubeaux. SECOND ROW: Tony Staup, George Timmer, Joyce Rogers, Mary K. Conner. 75 Large Staff Learns and Serves The Birchbark. the Tippecanoe High School Newspaper, is published bi-weekly. This paper is printed to help inform the students and community about school events and persons and to show the way to school spirit and citizenship. The Birchbark, a member of International Quill and Scroll, and Scholastic Roto, is rated each year by a national organiza- tion. This school organization sells programs at football games and this year took the concession stand at one of the home bas- ketball games. The staff is chosen at the end of each school year on the basis of journalistic ability. LINDA DAVIS Editor JOYCE YOUNT Business Manaaer FIRST ROW: Jovoe Yount, Man- Lou Dunnick, Linda Davis, Larr - Lachey. SECOND ROW: Patty Fennell, Carol Dorsey, Miss Robison, Advisor; Judy Hignite. Mike Hecker. Around Table, FIRST ROW: Tina Snell, Doug Silver, Karen Hook, Mike Graf, Sylvia Smith. Sharon Ochs. Pam Mohr. Carol Graf. Around Table, SECOND ROW: Nancy Reynolds, Becky Canter, Judy Senseman. Leigh Moser, Sharon Floyd, Jeanne Palanica. Cheryl Reinoehl, Bill Rodenberg, Sharon Waymire, Cayle Robinson. Tom Christie, Liz Goodin, Carol Christman. 76 Fruit of Their Efforts . To give a pictorial record of the complete school year is the function of a yearbook. This is the project of the staff of Tipp ' s yearbook The Canoe. The staff begins its work in the spring of the preceding vear and ends it with the presentation of The Canoe to the student body in a May assembly. Two representatives from each class from the seventh to the twelfth grades comprise the staff, which includes an editorial and a business staff. The yearbook consists of pictures, records, and information concerning each activity in the school, each student, and all personnel connected with the school. After its publication, the annual is judged twice, first, at the Summer Journalism Clinic at Ohio University, and then by the Na- tional Scholastic Press Association. This Booh VIRGINIA KERNS Co-Editor RONALD POTTER Business Manager Around Table, FIRST ROW: El- len Lukas. Tom Noland. Leigh Moser. Bill Monbeck. Jill Eick- hoff. Carolyn Phillips. SECOND ROW: Miss Robinson, Advisor; Judy Lukas, Jane Range, Greg Furlong. 77 To Promote High Ideals Growing into manhood is serious business for the members of the Hi-Y Club at Tipp High. Following Christian ideals and influencing others to follow them underlie the purposes and proj- ects of this active group. The members and their advisor. Mr. Berk, are associated with the Town and Country Program of the Dayton Y.M.C.A. Co-sponsoring of the annual Valentine Dance with their sister organization, the Tri-Hi-Y, and sponsoring an- other dance are among the various activities undertaken by this group as is the organizing of a basketball team which competes with the teams of other Hi-Y Clubs. FIRST ROW: Mike Mattausch. President; Mike Evans, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Mike Graf, Secretary; Terry Hill, Treasurer; Tom Nichols, Chaplain. iL . ( FIRST ROW: Dick Reck. Fred Cook. Tom Nichols. David Giesse man. Terry Hill. SECOND ROW: Jor Earhart, Elden Grice. Jack Davis. Genrfie Timmer. Ron Pot- ter. THIRD ROW: Charles Lit- tle, Butch Demriiilt. Phil Scherer, Mike Graf. Don Davis, Louis Wil- son. FOURTH ROW: Mike Brayshaw. Kurt Herzofr. Larry Lachey, David Motter. Nlike Mat- tausch. FIRST ROW: Dick Long, Gene Flovd. Mike Evans. Mike Hecker. Tim Hawle SECOND ROW: Roger Bowen, Tom N land, Tom Mitchell. Garv Newman, .lol: Rees. THIRD ROW: Ed Harris P.iul Kreider, Tom Jackson, Dennis Heffner, Ji Mohr, Eddie Jones. FOURTH ROW: B, nie Dorsey, David Bevins, Tom Leslii Steve Kessler. 78 and Foster Clean Living Tri-Hi-Y has been in existence at Tipp High for several years. This organization serves as a Christian fellowship for girls at Tipp and strives " To create, maintain, and extend, throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. " Girls in grades ten. eleven, and twelve may belong to Tri-Hi-Y after passing the admission test. The active fifty-member club participates in world and community service projects. Youth in Government. Columbus training camps at Nelson Dodd for of- ficers, and formal induction of members, usually in November. They have an active project and program planned year. FIRST ROW: Mrs. MarN- Michael. Advisor: Vir- ginia Kerns. President: Marv ' Lou Dunnick. Sec- retary. SECOND ROW: Stefanie Binkley. Treas- urer: Mary Kyle, Chaplain; Jacque Wilson, Vice- President. FIRST ROW: Patty Fennell. Kav Wampler, JoAnn Neff, Becky Moser, Jane Range, Pam Mosit. SECOND ROW: Maxine Cooper. Carol Dorsey. Carol Comer. Karen Bolner, Karen Snell, Rochellc Hartrum. THIRD ROW: Nanry Bettelon, Joyce Price, Stefanie Binkley, Judy Lucas, Judy Dor- sey, Susan Fox. Paulette Marcum. FOURTH ROW: Judy Poe. Shar- ron Cooper, Arlene Smith, Sherry Gray, Mary Kyle, Virginia Kerns, Terry Brown. FIR.ST ROW: Virginia Stanley, Melanie Wagner, Pam Mohr, Jacque Wilson, Shar- on Ochs, Karen Andrews. SECOND ROW: Nancy Reynolds, Sandra Trupp, Sally Sue Tothenhuecher, Joan Staup, Linda Webb, Mary Lynn Genslinger. THIRD ROW: Su- zanne Salb, Judy Hignite, Cheryl Rein- oehl, Paula Gibbons, Sis Oda, Sandra Mit- chell, Cindy Howard. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Mathes, Bonnie Knox, Susan Gorde, Susan Fennell, Joyce Serapin, Carol Graf, Tina Snell, Mary Kay Hughes. 79 Challenged hy the Space Age FIRST ROW: Martha Ma- gill, Mike Jackson, Karen Andrews, Wayne Littleton, Gary Newman, David Tyz- zer, John ' i hitehair, Chenl Reinochl. SECOND ROW: Bruce Guild, Mike Davis, Bob Simpson, Eddie ahne. ■. FIRST R0 ' : Marcy Evans, Tony Staup, Jacque Wilson, Scott Brownlee, Bruce Knislev, Sharon Ochs. SECOND ROW: Ben Guild, Lester Rammel, Don Ochs, Tom White- hair. The need for superior achievement in the field of science has been emphasized during the past few years. The Tipp Hisrh Science Club sponsors programs and activities which are de- signed to further the knowledge and achieve- ments of the members. 0FFICER: F1RST ROW: Paul Harris. Secre- tary-Treasurer; Dale Smith. President; Mr. Don- ald Tarter, Advisor; Charles Tyzzer, Vice-Presi- dent. 80 G.A,A. . . . Sports, Spirit, Service FIRST ROW: Arlene Smith. Virginia Kern?, Pam Mo?er. Sharron Cooper, Marv Kvle. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Wilhelm, Cher)l Wilson, Linda Snyder, Beverly Moore, Betly Studebaker, Alice Stager, Joyce Price. THIRD ROW: Linda Davi?, Becky Moser, Christie Smith, Mona Coleman, Becky oung, Bobbie Kuskic, . ' u- san Graf. FOURTH ROW: Jane Range, .Sherry Gray, JoAnn Neff, Pam Spangler, Peggy Sumner. Peggy Bob ner, Pattv Fennell, Sharon Flovd. Girls " , thletics provide a wide opportunity for all girls who want to take part in organized sports for pure enjoyment. Affording the girls of Tipp High an oppor- tunity to participate in intramural, interscholastic ath- letics, and other recreational activities is the function of the Girls ' Athletic Association. This year the association was directed by Becky Moser. President. Some of the sports offered by the organization were soccer, volleyball, basketball. Softball, tumbling, gymnastics, and badminton. This group also acts as a service club in organizing sports-day-play-days for the county high schools to help high school students become more proficient in various sports, and to promote fellowship among girls. Other activities scheduled for the year included four sports nights — open to all girls and faculty members, a dinner for the mothers of G.A.A. members, and a dance. G.A.A. is open to all girls in grades nine through twelve. Membership in the organization is maintained by earning a certain number of points through participa- tion in the activities offered. iJf.4?l iJ -ixxr OFFICERS SEATED: Mary Kyle, Treasurer; Becky Moser. President; Pam Moser. Vice- President. STANDING: Bar- bara Johns. Historian; Miss Karol Kerr. Advisor; Joyce Serapin, Secretary ' ; Lenora Long, Recording Secretary; Nancy Leiss, Historian. FIRST ROW: Patty Willis, Diane Galyon, Pam Mohr, Nancy Leiss, Joyce Serapin. SECOND ROW: Karen An- drews, Barbara Johns, Judy Senseman, Marcv Evans. Man ' Lynn Genslinger. THIRD ROW: Judy Kerg, Sally Sue Rnthenbuecher. Bonnie Brenner. Judy Hignite. Donna Leone. Lenora Long. FOURTH ROW; Dee Ann Group. Patty Retter, Ruth Hornbeck, Carolyn Phil- lips, Becky Shepard, Barbara Elliott, 81 Los Diahlos Espanoles FIRST ROW: Phyllis Parsons, Becky Shep- hard. Donna Leone, Nancv Liess, Lenora Long, Cindy Howard. SECOND ROW: Rosa Lee Brenner, Jill West, Nancy Reynolds, Carolyn Phillips, Susan Gorde, Karen Hook. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Decker, Cheryl Wilson, Linda Wintrow. Judy Beachlev, . " ue Massie, Becky Younp. Suzanne Salh. FOURTH ROW: Steve (liaffin , Mona Coleman, Linda . ' nyder, Mar- tha Magill, Glynda Moorman, Karen Beery. Michelle Francis, Jim Whitehair. FIFTH ROW: Charles Tyzzer, G«ry Haber, Bruce Mil- ler, Eddie Yahne, Dec Ann Group, Tina Snell, Sylvia Smith, Sylvia Shaffer. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to foster the mem- bers ' interest in the Spanish language and to aid the members in learning about various Spanish countries and their ways of living. The club ' s major project is the writing and producing of a play in Spanish. This program is presented to the student body so that they may be better informed concerning this mod- ern romantic language. OFFICERS— SE.-VTED: Tina Snell, Vice-President; -Mrs. Shirley Ferryman, . dvisor; Sylvia Smith, Presi- dent; Cheryl Reinoehl. Secretary. STANDING: Susan Fennell, Treasurer; Sylvia Shaffer, Point Keeper; Cindy Howard, Recording Secretary. FIRST ROW: Cheryl Reinoehl, Joan Staup, Susan Fennell. Paula Gibbons, Judy Hipnite, Sandra Mitchell. SEC- OND ROW: Ben Guild, Jacque Wilson, Carol Graf, Sis Oda, Mary Lynn Genslinger, Pam Mohr, Karen Andrews. THIRD ROW: Tom Noland, Roger Bowen, Bob Simpson. Dean Webster, Tom Mitchell, Mike Becker FOURTH ROW: Tom Rohrbach, John W hilc- hair, Mike Stephen-. John Honeyman. Eddn Jones, Dan Perriiic, David Staup, Royer Clyne. f 82 Laeti Latini FIRST ROW: Sally Sue Rolhenbuccher. Man- Kav Conner. Bonnie Knox. Paltv Goubeaux. Man Lou Dunnick. SECOND ROW: Kathy Brown. Kathy Nieman, Sue Mclntvre. Beverly Moore. Debra Cook. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann Sutton, Jill Eickoff, Lois Eurbaujrh, Marry Evans, Sharon Potter, Susan Graf. In order to interest students in Latin for fun and to enable those who wish to learn more about the language, the Latin Club meets monthly. With its advisor. Mr. Cain, the group annually presents a program for the student body. The club is associated with the national Junior Classical League which sets as its goal the obtaining and maintenance of high scholastic standards among those high school students who study the classical languages. OFFICERS— SE. TED: Marcy Evans. Vice-President; Patty Goubeaux. President. STANDING: Dennis Cook. Sergeant.at-. rms; Mr. Joe Cain, Advisor; Debra Cook, Secretary-Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Bob Brundrett, Tony Slaup, Dwight Holobauch. Jim Mohr. SECOND ROW: John Reese. Lee Auf- denkampe, Joe Catey, Eddie Allen, Mike Jackson. THIRD ROW: Dennis Cook, David Lorms. Bruce Guild, Don Ochs, Buff Vocke. 83 Agriculturalists and Homemakers Future Farmers of America at Tipp High School are af- filiated with the national group of the same name. In order to be eligible for membership in this organization a student must be studying Vocational Agriculture and must have a personal farm project. The Tipp F.F.A. participates in programs with F.F.A. groups from other schools and attends state and national meetings. Their activities include sponsoring parliamentary procedure teams, basketball teams, money-making projects, judging teams, and planning and attending a variety of social functions. Under.the leadership of their advisor, Mr. Struewing, the members of the group strive to accomplish and excell as youth who are interested in building their knowledge and char- acter through participation in Future Farmers of America. OmCERS FlRST ROW: Lee Moore, Reporter; Dwiiiht Brewer. Sentinel; Joe Earhart, President. -SECOND ROW: .Mr. Paul Struewing, Advisor; Paul Butts. Treasurer; .Mike Elliott, Secretary; Fred Cook, Vice-President. FIRST ROW: Dean Rohrer, Chuck Elliott, Mark Pearson, Lee Moore. SECOND ROW: Doug el)l), Richard Elleman, Mike Blauser, .Alfred Psczulkoski. » ' ? .OA ' A ' . ' - FIRST ROW: Fred Cook, Dwight Brewer, Joe Earhart, Larry Sow- ers. SECOND ROW: Paul B utts, Tom Wilmoth, Mike Elliott. 84 of the Future Future Homemakers of America records began at Tipp High in 1051. Our purpose is to promote better fellowship and understanding at home and in school. Our activities included an induction meeting in October, a Christmas party, and in June a picnic at Englewood Dam. We also had County Rallies, skating parties, and bake sales throughout the year. In March we held a " County Formal Dance, ' and each school from the eight surrounding towns selected candidates for queen. During the evening a queen was crowned to reign over the dance. Any girl beginning at the freshman level may join our F.H.A. club: however, to hold an office in F.H.A. you must be in Home Economics. OFFICERS— FIRST ROW: Sherry Passon; Gloria Helke, President: Mary Kay Hughes, County Officer. SECOND ROW: Virginia Stan- ley, Vice-President; Miss Nancy Loos, Advisor; Peggy Tobias, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Joyce Yount, El- len Vogeler, Faye Sumner, Terry Brown, Carolvn Geeting. SEC- OND ROW: Paulette Under wood, Marilyn Magill, Nancy Bettelon. Sharon Floyd, Gloria Helke. Peggy Tobias, Judy Offi- cer. THIRD ROW: Virginia Stanley, Linda Skillings, Florence Gilbert, Judy Poe, Susan Fox, .Sherry Passon. Deannc Roger, Sandy Trupp, Ruth Her. FIRST ROW: Celeste Wilson, Karen Beery. Nancy Hiltebran. SECOND ROW: Betty Snell, Carol Kidder, Pat Taylor, Mar- garet O ' Shell, Terry Furlong, ( " arolyn Maxon, Martha Magill. THIRD ROW: Sharon Waymirc, Mary Kay Hughes, Peggy Sum- ner, Pam Spangler, Bobbie Kus- kie, Mary Lou Glasmier. 85 The World Is Their Stage Troupe 1462 represents Tippe- canoe High School on the rolls of the National Thespian Society for the honor and service in dramatics. In addition to the members pictured here, the group tapped a number of new members. Apprentice Thespians are pledged to maintain high stand- ards of dramatic production as they participate to earn points which will enable them to qualify as Thespians. This year the group presented an eve- ning of one-act plays and organized for service to the school in the field of dramatics. FIRST ROW: Sharron Cooper. Pauletle Mar- cum, Ron Potter. SECOND ROW: Mike Mat- tausch, Louis Wilson, Phil Young, JoAnn Neff. FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Dunnicl , Pam Molir, Karen Andrews. Susan FenneU. SECOND ROW: Karen Hook, Paula Gibbons, Joan Staup. Sandy Mitchell, Judy Kerg. OFFICERS: Sandy Mitchell, Chaplain; Judy Kerg, Treas- urer; Sharron Cooper. President; Ron Potter. Clerk; Susan Fennell, Recording Secretary. SECOND ROW: Pam Mohr. Student Council; Miss Robison, . " Vdvisor; Karen Goldner, Secretary-Treasurer. 86 VIC . . . It ' s Off to Work They on FIRST ROW: David Lavne, MilK.i Boyee. George Flory. SECOND ROW Fred Earles. Roger Goubcaux, Clarcnci Coleman. Keith Sidler. Diversified Co-operative Train- ing has been available to Tipp Cit) seniors since 1956. Diversified Train- ing provides vocational training op- portunities for students who are in- terested in obtaining vocational train- ing while enrolled in the high school program. Participating students go to school a half day and work a half day throughout the year and are paid while securing their on-the-job train- ing. The Vocational Industrial Club is the organization through which these students develop their extra- curricular program. This year there are fourteen members, five of whom are girls, in the V.I.C. Club. Club activities this year included a basketball team, the selling of pic- torial high school stationery, along with an Employee-Employer Appre- ciation Dinner. OFFICERS— FIRST ROW: Ruth Hornbeck, Student Council Repre- sentative: David Layne, President Theresa Seebach, Secretary. SEC OND ROW: Fred Earles, Sergeant at-Arms; Mr. Paul Struewing, Ad visor; Roger Goubeaux, Treasurer FIRST ROW: Ruth Hornbeck, Joyce Yount, The- resa Seebach. SECOND ROW: John Haber, Keith Willis. 87 Serving as Sentinels , . . Our Monitors FIRST ROW: Tina Snell. Marcy Evans, Fam Moser, Karen Goldner, Carol Graf. SECUNU ROW: Ed Harris, Tom Jackson, David Motter, George Tjmmer, Dale Smith, David Staup. Students who serve as monitors in the halls of Tipjjecanoe High School are charged with the responsibility of making sure that their fellow students aye not in the halls during class periods unless they have a purpose and a pass to be there. All in all these students are sentinels of general good school citizenship. Head Monitors: Karen Goldner, George Timnier, Pam Moser. 88 Junior Leaders Discuss and Direct FIRST ROW: Ron Price, Jean Tniy, Kaye Carlile, Janelle Turner, Greg Furlong. SECOND ROW: Tricia Fidler, Cathy Cain. Jackie Comer, Gayle Sensemen, Patty Leiss. Selling victory cards, supporting the junior high athletic teams, sponsoring dances, collect- ing clothes for needy families, cleaning school restrooms, and many other worthy projects keep the members of the Tipp Junior High School Student Council challenged and busy. Organized during the 1959-1960 school year the club con- tinues to find new ways to serve its school and to make it better. FIRST ROW: Jan Van Tuil. Bill Rodenberg. SECOND ROW: Linnea Rammel, Mona Green. Becky Canter. OFFICERS: Bill Rndenberg, Chaplain; Mona Green, President: Kaye Carlile, Secretary-Treasurer: Tricia Fidler, Vice- President. 89 They Learn by Doing FIRST ROW: Jan Vanluil. Linda Masters, n.-nnie Furlong, John Erbaugh. SECOND ROW: I ' am Marlin. Cindy Etlieiington, Boli- bie Rosien, Diannc Bauer, Mickey Parts, Al- vis Carden, Pat Heffner, Anita Andrews, Marilyn Willoughby. Claudia Diers, Diane Martin, Mr. Robert Brundrett. Fostering an interest in science and things scientific is the purpose of this newly organized club. The forty-plus members and their advisors, Mr. D, E, McClintock and Mr. R. Brundrett, perform experiments, take field trips and nature-trips in order to enhance their knowledge of science, " To learn by doing and seeing " is their motto. OFFICERS— FIRST ROW: Marilyn Willoughby, President; Cindy Ether- ington, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Anita Andrews, Treasurer; Jean Troy, Student Council Representative; Dennis Furlong, Secretary. FIRST ROW: Susan Snell, Connie Reineke, Jean Troy, Janice Martin, Sandy Booher, Jeanne Simpson. SECOND ROW: Jim Stevens, Mark Poston, Alan Wat- son, Keith Kinder, Kent Zimmerman, Steve Kin- der, Advisor Mr. Don McClintok. 70 Friendship, Service, Growth . . . Their Goals The Junior Tri-Hi-Y, a compara- tively new organization, was begun at Tipp in 1959 to help the seventh and eighth grade girls to become ac- quainted and to establish new friend- ships. Anv seventh or eighth grade girl is eligible to join the organiza- tion. The Tri-Hi-Y constructed a cheer book for all junior high football and basketball cheers. Since its organiza- tion, the Tri-Hi-Y has sponsored the Tri-Teens of the week, two seventh graders and two eighth graders recognized by the students each week. The club sponsored the junior high Thanksgiving play and a dance for the students. (Oj r .■ ( -i B. Seagrave?. D. Dickson, Becky Barefoot, J. Comer, B. Holobaugh, K. Maxton. SECOND ROW: C. Grafton, J. Ford, V. Vanhorn, A. Andrews, R. Jester, B. .Mitchell. K. Wollenliaupt, K. Whitehair. THIRD ROW: A. Bell. D. Hasse. K. Guild, J. Troy, J. Shepherd, C. Huntsberger, D. Hecker. FOURTH ROW: N. Moser, L. Weng, C. Houdeshell, S. Snell, S. Good, K. Stafford. FIFTH ROW: J. Stiles, L. Dorsey, S. Hill, J. Brode, A. Kessler, S. Booher, C. Watson, K. Gorde. FIRST ROW: K. Yount, C. Vogeler, J. Cunduff, C. Clevenger, C. Robinson, J. Kauffman. SECOND ROW: P. Quellhorst, S. Grove, K. Byle. C. Thurinan. L. Mas- ters, T. Clark. D. -Martin. THIRD ROW: J. Barrett, P. Leiss. L. Straub, C. Cain, C. Webster, B. Honey- man. -M. Long, P. Brewer. FOURTH ROW: C. Reinike, K. Bindeman, L. Palotos, L. Moser, C. Chrisman. D. Bauer, M. WiUoughby, M. Webster, J. Hartly. FIFTH ROW: S. Dicks, C. Vonderhcide, J. Jenkins, C. Wright, J. Baldwin, K. CaHisle. L. Goodnin, D. Miller, J. Hartlv. LJk: OFFICERS -FIRST ROW: J. Comer, Student Council Representative; C. Robinson, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: J. Shep- herd, Vice-President; K. Wright, President; C. Clevenger. Secretary. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Mar- garet Thomson, Advisor; B. Seagraves, Qiaplain; Mrs. Gerlaugh, Advisor. 91 FIRST R0 ' : K. Beer , A. Reeder. S. Mathes, S. Trupp. V. Stanley. S. Rothenbuecher. D. Roger, N. Bett.I..n. J. Rogers. R. Brenner. M. Connor. J. Troy, L. Watson, Miss Keppel, ilirecloress. SECOND ROW : L. introw. K. Hook. C. Howard, S. Fennell. K. Goldner, D. Brundrett, K. Bolner. M. Francis, L. Wright, C. Hdnsley, J. Officer. -M. Viagner. M. Burnett. C. Reinohel. K. Andrews. M. Trueben- back. THIRD ROW: D. Brewing, L. Moore, T. Noland, T. Weikert, T. Hawlev, P. Harris, K. Truebenback, B. Knox, M. Sutlon, P. Fen- ExceUiuii in Son OFFICER FIRST ROW: Mary Kyle, Secretar)-; Mary Burnett, Vice-President: Karen Goldner, President; Larry Lachey. Treasurer: Karen Truebenbach, Librarian; Cheryl Reinoehl. Asst. Advertising Manager: David Slaup. Librarian; Patty Fennell. Robe Custodian: Karen Bolner, Robe Cus- todian: Mar - K. Connor, Advertising Manager. 92 1 1 1 ; iCt iiJ ' ill! M W riKm ?Ak ' - ■4 ft U nrll, M. Kyle. S. Smith, S. Cooper. S. Gray, S. Shaffer, V. Kerns, S. Gunle, R. Brundrett, M. Davis, J. Whitehair. FOURTH ROW: L. Lachey, B. Stiles, C. Little, P. Good, D. Brewer, T. Christie. T. Rohrhach, D, Heffner, R. Alley, C. Vance. M. Evans. J. Honoyman, D. Staup, E. Harris, T. Davis, D. Webster, R. Bowen. BOYS ' QUARTET: Tom Noland, Paul Harris, Robert Brundrelt, Dean Webster. TIPPTONES: Cynthia Howard, Mary Burnett, Cheryl Reinohcl. 93 Hours of Preparation Precede Years of preparation and untold hours of individual practice and jrroup re- hearsal enable the members of the senior band to present many laudable performances throughout the year. Many of their programs and concerts are presented for the school and community and each year the band also participates in the district band contest. Si porting the band is an active organization composed of ' Band Parents ' who help them to sponsor various projects. FIRST ROW: S. Potter. S. Mrlntvre, N. Reynolds, E. Magaw, S. Gray. T. Hill. B. Studebaker, K. Perry. J. Senseman, S. Mitohell. SEC- OND ROW: M. Hughes, K. Honeyman, S. Graf, C. Smith, M. Magill. P. Gibbons. J. Kerg, L. Long, J. Mitchell, M. Bennett, T. Jackson, G. Haber, T. Rohrbach. M. Bowling, B. Knox, J. Staup, B. Ritter, B. Shepherd. THIRD ROW: D. Leone, B. Lehman, D. Group, P. Retter, Numerous Performances of the Band Instrumental ensembles represent the band as they perform to entertain at various comniunitv and school functions and a " p p " band aids the cheering section at bas- ketball games and pep-meetings. Under the direction of Mr. Stewart King, the band serves the school in many fine ways and is a musical organization of which the students of Tipp High are proud. C. ilh.-lni, K. Hook. N. Leis?. R. Hutchinson, B. Elliolt. K. Nieman, P. Harris, C. Wilson. L. ■ft ' right, C. Phillips. J. Eickoff. P. Bolner, li. Ziuimorman, U. Perrine. D. Burns. B. Brenner, J. Rohrhacli, B. Dorsey, R. Kindell, D. .Scherer. FOURTH R0 : B. Simpson, h. ' ' " ' " nhaupt. P. Bulls T. Evans, Mr. Stewart King, Director, R. Alley, J. Rohbins. D. Rohrer. Ml. F. ■«■. Majorettes and Strutting Sophomores SANDRA GRAY Head Majorette BONNIE KNOX Feature Twirler I ' IKSr KOW : linniiii- r.ii-nner. Joan Staup, Sharon Potter, Karen Hook, Nancy Leiss, Paula Gibbons. SECOND ROW: Lenora Long, Judy Kerg, Sandra Mitch- ell, Sue Mclntyre, JiU Eickoff. LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Pearson, Carolyn Webster, Becky Canter, Cathy Cain — Head, Sharon Finley, Marilyn Webster, Jane Pearson. 96 Pep Bands Boost School Spirit FIRST ROW: C. WUson, P. Bolner, P. Harris, C. Phillips, J. Senseman, B. Elliott, M. Hu- ' he ' i N. Reynolds. SECOND ROW: G. Haber, T. Jackson, M. Bowling, J. Mitchell, M. Bennett, J. Rohrbach, D. Burns, T. Mitchell, B. Williamson, B. Knox. T. HiU— Director. THIRD ROW: B. Simpson, E. Allen, F. WoUenhaupt, P. Butts, J. Robbins, D. Rohr. FIRST ROW: J. Senseman, Librarian; B. Elliott, Assistant Librarian; L. Wright, Secretary-Treas- urer. SECOND ROW: T. Hill, President; P. Har- ris. Assistant Band Manager; B. Simpson, Vice- I ' lrM.lrnt: P. But!-, P,an,l Mana .r. FIRST ROW: J. Hurt, G. Senseman, P. Balmer, T. Roiser, J. Kauffman, J. Yenney, C. Behnem, S. Hill. R. Jester. SECOND ROW: L. Eicoffe, J. Jackson, C. Yenney, I). Hecker, B. Mitchell, L. Dorsey, R. Fair, J. Hartley, K. Gilmore. THIRD ROW: S. Good, C. Grafton, K. WoUenhaupt, S. Locker, D. Bussinger, C. Trucksis, J. Jenkins, K. Stafford, S. Snell, D. Bauer. FOURTH ROW: A. Kessler, M. Boston, D. Aufdenkampe, T. Smith, P. Coffee. 97 FIRST ROW: C. Vogeler, D. Miller, P. Ballmej, C. Cain, L. Eickhoff, B. Canter, T. Rosseur, S. Decker, C. Chrismari, S. Finley, J. Pear- son, P. QueUhorst, J. Pearson, J. Turner, J. Troy. SECOND ROW: G. Senseman, J. Barret, G. Kilpatrick, P. Leiss, C. Webster, C. Robinson, M. Webster, J. Kauffman, K. Gilmore, P. Brewer, C. Maxton, L. Johnson, A. Bell, C. Benham, P. Roth, S. Hill, B. Richards, R. Jester, P. Garrison, A. Kessler, D. Bauer, S. SneU, S. Booher. THIRD ROW: C. Yenney, L. Dorsey, D. Hecker, R. Fair, J. Yenney, J. Hartley, J. Ford, J. Simpson, P. Kunkler, J. Jackson, J. Shepherd, B. Mitchell, J. Robinson, D. Dysinger, S. Locker, D. Bussinger, C. Truck- sis, J. Jenkins, K. Beyl, L. Stephenson, K. Stafford, C. Martin, G. Chalfine, E. Long, M. Free, G. Snell, V. Mason. FOURTH ROW: T. Belding, C. SneU, T. Tyzzer, J. Stevens, C. Grafton, M. Conley, G. Furlong, D. Davis, B. Christie, S. Good, T. Rogers. K. Wollenhaupt, K. Noffsinger, J. Brundrett. FIFTH ROW: M. Poston, D. Aufdenkampe, D. Surber, P. Coffey, T. Smith, J. Hunt, M. Knox, R. Price, Mr. Stewart King, Director. Time Sets Their Pace OFFICERS— FIRST ROW: P. Leiss, President; L. Eickoff, Vice-Presi- dent; S. Decker, Secretary; J. Brundrett, Band Manager; D. Miller, Librarian; R. Price, Student Council Representative. 98 Junior Choristers Renditions Entertain QUARTET— FIRST ROW: B. Cantor, K. Carlile, L. Moser. SECOND ROW: J. Turner, S. Grove, Accompanist. OFFICERS — FIRST ROW C. Hunlsbergcr, Vice-Presi (lent; J. Tuner, Treasurer; M Karnehm, Secretary; L. Ram mel, Student Council Repre sentative; B. Canter, Presi- dent. Vocal efforts of Tipp Junior High students are centered in the Junior High Choir, directed by Miss Keppel. These musicians were featured as part of the Christinas Community Concert and they also entertained their-classmates at various times throughout the year. FIRST ROW: E. Knutz, M. Knox, C. Olson, M. Haywood, B. Monbeck, T. Boeher. M. Karhnem. D. Sludebaker, K. Whitehair, S. Coleman, V. Vanhorn, S. Good, J. Stiles. J. Miller. R. Jesters. Miss Keppel. SECOND ROW: D. Lee, A. Vocke, C. Snell, T. Rogers, D. Serber, C. Bebnam. J. Shearer, G. Morris, R. Clarke, J. Jackson, R. Johnson. C. Thurman, C. Reineke. L. Hat- maker. S. McCreadv, D. Martin, D. Davis, J. Eiting. THIRD ROW: B. Roien, S. Decker. J. Turner. B. Cantor, C. Chrisman, J. Trov, L. Straul), C. Huntsberger. G. Sidler. S. Grove, K. Vance. S. Hermann, S. Neil. P. Leiss, M. Long, K. WoUenhaupt, L. Eickoff, D. Rohr, T. Beldings. FOURTH ROW: P. QueUhorst, B. Niebert, C. Houdshell, L. Rammel, D. Bauer, P. Kunkler, L. Comelissen. J. Baldwin, K. Carlile, L. Moser, L. Gooding, S. Booher, C. Wright, A. Kessler, K. Bindeman, T. Fidler, J. Stark, C. Maxton. B. Richards. P. Roth. iu nt»i« ' t ifii r. ;it. t sz i ; fV 99 Sports 100 ?) ? 101 Warriors mmmiMimminiWkMfim, FIRST ROW: T. Nichols, D. Giesseman, P. Scherer, D. Smith, C. Little, D. Imler. G. Timmer, J. HoU, M. Evans, M. Bravshaw, P. Young. SECOND ROW: L. Moore. J. Mohr, M. Wolford, C. Vance, T. Hawley, T. Noland, J. Davis, S. Kessler, I. Vlattausch. G. Floyd. D. Long. THIRD ROW: B. Bravshaw. T. Weikert. R. Conley. M. Dudlev, R. Trucksis. J. Whitehair, J. Whitehair. J. Mitchell. T. Leone, M. Luckey, D. Holobaugh. T. Olt. T. Hecker. FOURTH ROW: C. Coleman, L. Willoughby, D. Parker, D. Webster. N. Aver. T. Wick. H. Puterbaugh. C. Elliott. L. Gray. .1. Massie. FIFTH ROW: J. Catey. 0. Strasser, B. Guild, Mr. Terry Heater, Mr. Allen Richards, Mr. Don Looker, A. Psczulkoski, T. Lesher. J. Finch. L. Trout, D. Silver, B. Guild, L. Aufdemkampe. Autumn. 1960, saw the Tipp Red Devil eleven initiate their football season by suffering a loss to Covington in the premier game. The following season was a balanced one. The pigskin squad lost four (Oakwood. Northridge. Madison, Milton) and won four (West Carrollton, Butler, Northmont, Brookville). while tieing one (Eaton). In League play, Tipp rated fifth. Next year ' s season will open with the Devils facing the loss of nine senior squad members, but the Richards coached men will then, as always, strive on to victory. COACHES: Mr. Terr - Healer; Mr. Alia ards, head coach; Mr. Don Looker. 102 Stron i and Bold ?? r Tlie juiiiiir l),.wnins. igh foulljall coaches — Mr. Carl Large, Mr. Norman An undefeated season ' s record is rarely attained by any team. Tipp ' s Junior High football team, in 1960, estab- lished a record. It is with admiration and pride that s ' e look to our junior high pigskin eleven. Hours of rigorous practice under the coaching of Mr. Carl Large and Mr. Norman Downing enabled the team to win their way to victory in the eight games they played. Perhaps one of the most encouraging points of this un- defeated junior high football season is the possible promise it holds for the future of varsity football in Tipp City. FIRST ROW: G. Brubaker, D. Grav, P. Heffner, M. Qinley. G. Morris, M. Iddings, J. Winblad, T. Goubeaux, M. Sandlin, S. Furlong. D. Livingston, manager. SECOND ROW: S. Kinder, manager. G. Robinson. M. Coberly, B. Monbeck. R. Weaver, M Honey, D. Davis, J. Shearer, E. Long, M. Knox. T. Stark, J. Strasser. manager. THIRD ROW: Mr. Large. Mr. Downing, T. Boehrer. R. . ' Vpple. R. Iddings. A. Watson, C. Woolery. D. See. G. Furlong. J. Brundrett, T. Rogers, D. Mohr. FOURTH ROW: T. Watkins. C. Snell, S. Behm, T. Belding, M. White, G. Moore, K. Kinder, P. Hiatt, L. Secrest, R. Price, B. Ham, J. Spangler. FIFTH ROW: S. Moore, R. Erasure, J. Cramer, E. Boyce, B. Taylor, T. Leone, D. Livingston. D. Fell, W. He«s, H. Schindler, B. Rodenburg. D. Bolton. ■ ' t - m 103 Links of Strength DALE SMITH Tackle GEORGE TIM.MER Guard MIKE BRAYSHAW Halfback Gene Floyd breaks through the line. • CLARENCE COLEMAN Guard MIKE MATTAUSCH End PHIL SCHERER End 104 . Each Member of the Team DAVID GIESSEMAN Halfback PHIL ' lULiNo Quarterback TOM iMclluL.- Fullback CHARLES LITTLE A team huddle before the Eaton game. Guard JACK DAVIS Guard Our ' 61 co-captains consult head football coach, Mr. Allen Richards. 105 Pomp and Circumstance f 1 ft 1 BECKY MOSER Maid-of-Honor JANE RANGE Senior Attendant SHARON HODGE Junior Attendant LENORA LONG Sophomore Attendant CAROL HENSLEY Freshman Attendant 106 Queen Karen 107 The Homecoming G)urt at the field: Chuck Elliott, Carol Hensley, David Imler, Sharon Hodge, Charles Little, Becky Moser, Queen Karen Goldner, King Phil Young, Mike Brayshaw, Jane Range, Lee Moore, Lenora Long. Homecoming 1960 Maid-of-Honor Becky Moser, driven by Fred Cook, waves to the crowd. Queen Karen Goldner and King Phil Young reigned over the 1960 Homecoming festivities at Tippecanoe High School, Maid-of-Honor. Becky Moser. and Escort. Charles Little, were elected to complete the Royal Court along with attendants and escorts: Seniors — Jane Range and Mike Brayshaw; Juniors — Sharon Hodge and Gene Floyd : Sophomores — Lenora Long and Lee Moore: and Freshmen — Carol Hensley and Chuck Elliott. The lovely autunmal evening of October fourteenth provided the time. The traditional setting of Tipp " s football field marked the setting for this annual highlight of the school year. The cere- mony was enhanced by the stately beauty of the queen and her court, costumed in tailored suits, as they arrived on the scene in 1960 convertibles driven by students from the high school, Saturday evening the Queen was re-crowned and the King was again honored during the intermission of the " Homecoming Holiday " dance whicji was sponsored by the class of 1962, The appropriate " decorations added gaiety to the evening and the orchestra s music provided charm for the entertainment of the dancers. The Queen was crowned with a gorgeous crystal tiara which was later donated to the school by the class of ' 62 to be used to crown the future Homecoming Queens at Tipp High. King Phil Young helps Queen Karen from the car. 108 Lcistino: Memories The court begins the evening ' s dancing The Royal Kiss The Royal Couple AT THE DANCE: Chuck Elliott. Carol Hensley. David Imler, Sharon Hodge, King Phil Young, Queen Karen Goldner, Charles Little. Becky Moser, Mike Brayshaw, Jane Range, Lee Moore, Lenora Long. 109 We Folloived These Leaders . . . i V. FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Carolyn Maxson, Chenl Wilson, Mona Coleman. Season in and season out our faithful cheer- leaders rehearse their cheers and plot and re- hearse their actions in order that they might best serve as pep-provokers for spectator crowds at the various sporting events. The charm, versatile skill, spirit, and loyal effort of these girls enable Tipp students to look with pride upon their cheering sections at most home games and they depend upon these megaphone holders to represent the school ' s spirit at away games also. Varsity cheerleaders arrive in style at the Homecoming Game. JUNIOR HIGH CHEER- LEADERS: Leigh Moser, Dixie Miller, Beverly Sea- graves, Bemadette Holo- baugh. no To Pep and Spirit FIRST ROW: Karen Goldner, Sis Oda, Pam Mohr. SECOND ROW: Joyce Sera- pin, Mary Lou Dunnick, Diane Galyon. SIS ODA Head Cheerleader KAREN GOLDNER MARY LOU DUNNICK DIANE GALYON MARCY EVANS Alternate PAM MOHR JOYCE SERAPIN FIRST ROW: Mr. James Cook, coach, R. Surdieck, manager, F. Cook, D. Reck, R. Bowen, i I. Hecker. P. Scherer. SECOND ROW: L. Lachey. T. Staup, W. Littleton, L. Willoughby, D. Silver, D. Motter, M. Mattausch. Court Mentors The seven seniors, two juniors, one sophomore, and one freshman composed the 1960-61 varsity basketball squad which began practicing on Novem- ber 1 for the roundball season. Tipp ' s five defeated Bethel, their first opponents, chalking up a 76-56 score. The Red Devils next win was over Carrollton. 49-42. During the Christmas holidays. Tipp played host to Northeastern and won 74-56. The Devil five edged out Northridge, in a sud- den death overtime. 59-57. and pushed on to capture the Tecumseh contest. 48-43. The Devils then ground- ed the Butler Aviators. 75-62. and romped over New- ton. 58-51. Tipp gave Northmont a tough time, despite the fact that they lost. 79-71. Bv a score. Tipp rolled over Trotwood. and followed it up by defeating Miami East. 58-48. The Devils " big show came when they trounced the West Milton Bulldogs. 65-48. Coached by Mr. James Cook, the squad scrim- maged against teams of players enlisted bv their coach. These sessions proved to be valuable learning opportunities for the members of the team as they diligently endeavored to improve and excell in the art of playing basketball. : s k ' TW ' - ' FIRST ROW: M. Stephens, J. Grooms. D. Helmer, T. Hecker. J. Rees, D. Long, J. Mohr. SECOND ROW: D. Lorms. manager, B. Stiles, J. Heller, T. Noland, J. Taylor, J. hite- hair, T. Leone, i l. Jackson, manager, R. Suerdieck, man- ager, D. Cook, manager. D. Perrine, D. Strausser, C. Boy- er, M. Evans, G. Floyd. S. Kessler, D. Heffner, Mr. James Cook, coach. 112 Novice Cage-Men FIRST R0 ' : B. Zimmerman, J. Whitehair, H. Puitrl.aiitili, N. Ayer, D. Wildenhaus. J. Gtt.y. P. Powell, E. Allen. SECOND ROW: M. Pearson, T. Evans, D. Shearer, B. Miller, T. Rohrbach, J. Baxter, F. Wollenhaupt, L. Aufdemkampe, L. Boze. THIRD ROW: Mr. Don Looker, Coach, R. Holbird, J. Mitchell, L. Willoughby, D. Ochs. T. Wick, B. Guild, B. Vocke, C. Ferguson, J. Sweigart. The Tipp High Freshman court-men played a full schedule of basketball games. Coached by Mr. Don Looker, the team practiced and developed skills which may serve to gain for them berths on future reserve and varsity cage teams. Undefeated and rightfully proud is the Tipp Junior High basketball team. The 1960-1961 round- ball season was terminated with the record showing 15 wins and no losses for the Large, Stephenson coached five. FIRST ROW: R. Frasure, C. Woolery, M. Karnehm, J. Cramer, D. Livingston, N. Mc- Ginnis, T. Boehrer. SEC- OND ROW: M. Coberlv, M. Iddings, B. Taylor, R. Ap- ple, T. Rogers, D. See, C. Whited. THIRD ROW: Mr. Phillip Stephenson, D. Gray, H. Schindler, P. .Hiatt, G. Snell, B. Rodenberg, G. Robin- son, . Vocke, Mr. Carl Large, Coach. 113 These the Red and DOUG SILVER DICK RECK PHIL SCHERER Doug Silver jumps to prevent a score by Miami East. White Do Cherish DAMI) MOTTOR The team in a hiuliJIe l)efore the game. 115 These FeUoivs Hit and Run FIRST ROW: D. Long, J. Grooms, M. Hecker. T. Hecker. J. Heller. SECOND ROW : Mr. Terr. Healer, Caeh, . 1. Luckey, G. Floyd, M. Evans, T. Hawley, Mr. James Cook, Coach. Tipp ' s Cross-country Team can claim success as reward for the manv efforts and countless hours required of each member of the team. The thin-cladders " team spirit and desire-to-win have aided them in es- tablishing an enviable record. The assembling of the baseball team is one of the first signs of spring at Tipp High. Coached by Mr. Terry Heater and Mr. James Cook the slugging nine work-out daily and play a schedule of interscholastic games each season. FIRST ROW: D. Uuk. B. mlc. L). -M..ucr, U. ilctiner. SECO.ND R0 ' : F. WoUenhaupt. T. Rohrbach, L. Lachey, J. Robinson. Mr. -Mvnm Haae, Cross-Countr ' Coach. Track Essential-Disciplined Training W : };. Bowen. B. Guild. B. Guild. B. Bravsliaw. SECO.ND ROW: T. Hill. L. Lachey, D. Silver. M. Mattausch, T. I J, I. i ' . -,iniei. J. Rohrbach. THIRD ROW: Mr. . lien Richards. Coach. T. Wiekert, D. Giesseman. G. Timmer, M. Bray- shaw. J. I ' avis, J. - Iohr. Mr. Norman Downing, Coach. Real and intricate physical skill, under-girded by in- tense and disciplined training, is required of members of the track team. These cinder-plodders, juniping-jacks. and tossing-Toms participate in Interscholastic meets and in various district and state competition. ife S. Ukr i!,a haH -U T. Wirkcrt, B. Bra lun till- track. d I., l.ai lu-y race around 117 FIRST ROW: Buff Vocke, Tom Evans. David Lornis. SECOND ROW: Tim Ha«ley. Don Oclis, Mr. Don Looker. Coacli, Tony Staup, Tom Lesher. ' Siving That Club and Drive That BalV Fore! The Tipp High golf team drives its balls over the green, at the Miami Shores Course (Troy I, during afternoon practice sessions. Even though there may not be many who shoot a hole-in-one dur- ing their competitive matches, these stu- dents learn about, and participate in, a sport which they will be able to enjoy throughout their entire lives. Interscholastic matches are pla ed hv the team who also enter into league competition during the annual tournament each spring. jr Ton practices off the green. R()unce-liump-up-do vn go the members of the Tipp Tuniljling Team. After practicing and perfect- ing the many physical skills which are required in their various performances, the team entertains the spectators during the halftime intermission at varsity home basketball games. The parallel bars, trampo- lette, flying rings, rojjes, and trampoline are in- cluded in the equipment which is used in the tum- blers ' exhibitions. Many hours of enjoyment are part of the reward gained from the accomplish- ments of the tumbling team members. The ups and downs of llie tumbling leani. T.H.S. Men of the Mat FIRST ROW: Jack Parker, Steve Furlong. SECOND ROW: Chris Schultz, Mike Arts, Joe Miller, Gary Shaneyfelt, Larry Stark, Uanny Furlong, Terry Watkins, Bud Polley. 119 G.A,A. Interscholastic Teams . . . FIRST ROW: Ruth Hombeck, Jo Ann Neff, Man- Lynn Genslinger. SECOND ROW: Linda Davis, Joyce Serapin, Becky Moser, Joyce Pric e. THIRD ROW: Pam Moser, Sharon Floyd, Sherry Gray. MISS K- ROL KERR, Coach nRST ROW: Judy Kerg. Alice Stager, Betty Studebaker, Becky Shepherd, Judv Hignite. SECOND ROW: Susan Graf, Manager, Sharon Potter, Christie Smith. Patty Fennel], Judy Senseman, Peggy Sumner, Donna Leone, Manager. Net balls, faulty serves, and lack of confidence concerning knowledge of the games National rules were less and less frequent as the G.A.A. Interscholastic Volle ball team prepared for its season of competitive plav. During the season " ? play, using the National rules, the teams were required to win two of each set of three eight-minute games in order to claim an Interscholastic win. The Varsity season ended with re- corded wins over: Tecumseh. Piqua. and Fairborn. Losses were to: Miami East. Vandalia. and Troy. The Reserve team won their game plaved against Vandalia and lost their other five games. 120 Strive to Win r Linda Davis, Becky Moser, Jo Ann Neff, Pam Moser, Ruth Hornbeck, Virginia Kerns, Mary Kyle, Sherry Gray, Sharon Floyd. The feminine touch was added to the game of basketball during this past season by the Tipp High G.A.A. Interscholastic roundball teams. Game theory was studied. National Rules were learned, and the team plunged into a practice schedule mid-way through the school year. The games which followed were engaged in with a real spirit of competition and at the end of the season, the girls expressed a feeling of satisfaction as they viewed their record of wins and losses. Patty Fennell, Bonnie Brenner, Judy Hignite, PaUy Retter, Pam Spangler, Karen Andrews, Dee Ann Group. 121 JOYCE PRICE SHERRY GRAY Seniors Sparh . . . ALICE STAGER PATH ' FENNELL LINDA DAVIS RUTH HORNBECK The team watches as Sharon Floyd " spikes " the volleyball. BETTY ' STUDEBAKER Miss Kerr coaches the team at halftime. 122 SuccessfuJ Seasons Players cheer the learn from the sidelinei PAM MOSER Vim;lNIA KEKNS MARY KVI.K BECKY MOSER 123 Student Life 124 125 Vitality Added to Students ' Lives . . . Youth Forum Panel — Dale Smith moderates at Fort Loramie. Sharron, surrounded, in " Mother Is a Freshman. " 4 i W » Homecoming Dance -another eveiiiii i lo icoRinber. 126 Throui :h Extracurricular Activities Mr. Robert Ritchie helps the Student Council iron-out a problem. 1960 Chicago and San Francisco l)i iii..ii-ii.iii. iis couldn ' t compare to ones such as this one at the T.H.S. Mock Ek-ctiun Rally. The life and learning of each Tipp High student is enriched and enhanced by the varied extracurricular activities provided through the program of the school. Perhaps some of each graduate ' s fondest memories are of the hours spent with fellow students, under faculty guidance and direction, in activities for which he receives no academic credit. Opportunities for service, training for leadership, and experiences which build character are provided within the student activities which are sponsored by our high school. Halfback Mike Brayshaw on the run; Mike Evans will get Eaton ' s no. 43! 127 Service for Others Enriches plified through action. Sophomore " slaves " wait tables at the " 60 Junior-Senior Prom. 128 the Lives of T.H.S. Students Eat your Wheaties this morning, fellas? " We enter to learn; we leave to serve " is a motto inscribed above the entrance of many schools. Perhaps it is logical to assert that one of the major purposes of modern education is to fit each student to serve, to the best of his ability : his God, his world, his nation, his conununity, and his fellowmen. Various activities and work-experiences, which are part of life at Tipp High, allow students to dis- cover many opportunities through which they may serve and, in serving, learn to live more fully and more selflessly in the world of which they are so vital a part. Feeding cannibals might be easier! 129 Grades 7 and 8 In the Junior High Building: That test wasn ' t so hard, after all. As students enter the Tipp Junior High building to begin their seventh grade year they are also beginning the days which will be filled with new types of studying, new opportunities for learning, new kinds of friendships, and new more adult-like group activities. The two years which are called the jun- ior high years, in Tipp ' s school system, are in many ways the in-between years for those who are junior high students. However, these two years are to be lived fully and happily for the joys and opportunities which they provide. Then, at the end of these years, each student goes forth to use his seventh and eighth grade exp eriences to meet the challenges of high school. Hello, Mother, I forgot Future Remb randts at work in junior liigh art class. 130 ii The Years Betiveen There is more than kioil at Jointer ' s! The Happy Time 3:20. Advertisers 132 Congratulations to the Senior Class from Tube Products Corporation 133 A COMPLETE LINE OF THE FINEST . c. CLEANEST TOYS A..D NOVELTIES AVAILABLE IN THIS AREA BAZAAR AND CARNIVAL MERCHANDISE AT WHOLESALE , TO School ano Church Groups Congratulations to the Senior Class From the TIPP CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE " To Create Civic Co-Operation " 134 7?KV:, ' 1 tr " ' ■J ' H ' ' ■ ' m - — ■ I .. tm f " .pa V ' I ■ ' ■ «!--5 1 N SAND GRAVEL CO. READY MIX, INC. LUDLOW FALLS. OHIO Phone: West Milton I 1 8 R " 135 TIPP MOTOR SALES West Broadway NO 7-2712 Compliments of R K MANUFACTURING CO. 245 North Fourth NO 7-2417 Compliments of BRUBAKER ' S PDQ MARKET Price Dependability Quality 116 EAST MAIN STREET Tipp City SANDER ' S DAIRY Fountain Service Ice Cream and Dairy Products 205 East Main Street NO 7-2615 136 TIPP GREENHOUSE Specializes in Bridal Hospital — Funeral Designs Corsages — Potted Plants CALL NO 7-2815 639 West Main Tipp City TIPP FASHION SHOP " Headquarters for Junior Fashions " COPPOCK-LEE FRINGS OTTO H. FRINGS. Owner Friendly Furniture Store Reliable Funeral Directors — Ambulance Service — JIM FLYNN ' S SPORTING GOODS " Ohio ' s Largest Sporting Goods Store " Corner of First and Jefferson DAYTON, OHIO HILLS N ' DALES VAN BUREN FOREST PARK PLAZA Dorothy Lane and Smithville and 4444 N. Main St. R+. 25 South Forrer 137 BENHAM HARDWARE TOPPER DRESS SHOP D W SERVICE SPRECHER ' S BEAUTY SHOP •s •MKMUWIM. TV i • SJIDl HfPMR jfr 1 1 J. . 1, .ii s ' :-. J W 1 1 ? E " 138 DORSET ' S SUPER " E " MARKET CENTURY CLEANERS FAVORITE INSURANCE AGENCY TIPP CITY. OHIO Serving Tipp City Since 1898 NOrth 7-2613 Fred D. Evans FIRE AUTO BONDS LIFE GRANDVIEW MARKET B " IWWiill I 1 MONROE SAVINGS LOAN WAMPLER PLUMBING AND APPLIANCE. INC. Plumbing and Heating Appliances PHILCO AMERICAN STANDARD MAYTAG Sales — Service 125 West Walnut NO 7-2016 Night Emergency Phone NO 7-6755 139 Compliments of TIPP CITY BOOSTER CLUB TIPP CITY, OHIO ' Organized to Support the Tippecanoe High School Athletic Program " 140 North Second Street TIPP CITY, OHIO THUMA MOTOR SALES and SERVICE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY East Main Street TIPP CITY. OHIO Member of Chamber of Commerce 141 SAUNDERS ' SEED CO. TIPP PASTRY SHOPPE Hungry — Thirsty? Hurry to NORTHMOOR DRIVE-IN Dixie Corners Old 25 at 71 " Everything Is Always Tipp-Topp — We Guarantee It " FOR CARRY-OUTS— NO 7-6666 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES to the CLASS OF 1961 142 UNIDEV CORPORATION BUTLER ' S VARIETY STORE SMELL ' S MEN STORE CRAMER ' S DRUGS QUALITY HARDWARE " Where Quality Is First " 100 N. Dixie Highway Phone FE 9-8336 TROY, OHIO DIXIE WRECKING CO. New and Used Auto Parts TIPP CITY, OHIO WARNER JEWELRY THE DECORATOR ' S STORE 143 THE DOLLY TOY COMPANY TIPP CITY, OHIO Complete Line of Children ' s Pin-Ups and Nursery Lamps MILLER BROTHERS Frederick, Ohio Phone: West Milton 330 Washed Sand and Gravel Excavating — Grading — Bulldozing 144 " America ' s Largest Nursery Super Market " TIPP CITY, OHIO SPRINGHILL NURSERIES Our Grower and Propagator MR. CHESTER POTTENGER HAVER MUSIC STORES ' Dayton ' s Oldest and Largest Band Instrunnent Center " TWO STORES 34 East First Street, Dayton, Ohio 3140 Far Hills Avenue, Kettering 145 A. O. SMITH CORPORATION Producers of Electric Motors NORTH FOURTH STREET TIPP CITY. OHIO 146 COMPLIMENTS of the ROTARY CLUB ' Service Above Self President EMMERT STUDEBAKER Vice-President WILMER LEISS Secretary BILL WAGNER Treasurer CHARLES ADCOCK Sergeant-at-Arms RUSSELL GIERSCH Directors BEARL THUMA DR. R. L. WUNDERLICH JOE BRUBAKER 147 TIPP FOOD MARKET Compliments of TIPP PLYWOOD CO. " Your Lumber Number " NO 7-2451 SHERRILL ' S SOHIO SERVICE STATION Motor Tune-Up Wheel Balancing Brake Service Mufflers and Tail Pipes Car Washing Pick Up and Delivery Rt. 71 and Rt. 25 Tipp City NO 7-2165 After the Prom, Game, or Show Wheel Into I • DRIVE-IN RESTAURANTS You ' ll love the food and service, too! JUMBO BURGER MONSTER MALTS DIXIE-GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN There ' s a PARKMOOR Near You 380 E. National Road TW 8-4625 CURB CARRY OUT TIPP CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ' Complete Line of Banking " 19 East Main Street NO 7-2612 c. PROCESS EQUIPMENT ROUTE 202 TIPP CITY, OHIO BRUBAKER GRAIN AND FEED 100-108 West Broadway NO 7-2421 BEST WISHES MIAMI COAL COKE CO. Quality Products NORTH FOURTH ST. Tipp City, Ohio 149 B? V.-FT LEISS LAUNDRY GRANDVIEW SERVICE STATION TIP TOP CANNING COMPANY 214 SOUTH FIRST TIPP CITY Real Estate and Insurance W. B. DODD ' S CO. 13 East Dow Street NO 7-321! W - p i fj 150 POLLY ' S MIAMI COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY NIES GREENHOUSE Anything Worth Growing — We Grow 373 NORTH THIRD TIPP CITY DOROTHY ' S BEAUTY SHOP THORNTON HARDWARE Congra+ula+ions Class of 1961 KILPATRICK HEATING AND COOLING JIM KILPATRICK Class of 1943 Compliments of PENCE ' S ICE SERVICE PHONE NO 7-3614 SMITH ' S DRUG 151 Compliments of the PROFESSIONAL MEN of Tipp City Doctors Attorneys Dentists Optometrists Chiropractors Veterinarian 152 Senior Activities NANCY ELIZABETH BETTLELON: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Latin Club L 2: Class Play 4: Band L 2. 3: Choir L 2. 3. 4: Monitor I: Scholarship Team 1. STEFANIE MRCI L BIN " KLEY: National Honor Society 3. 1: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Treasurer i: Librarian 3. 1 : Scholarship Team 3. KAREN BOLNER: Thespians — Dramatics 3. 4: Class Plav. Student Director 3. 4: Birchbark 4: F.H.A. 1: Choir h 2. 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4. MILTON JAMES BOYCE: Spanish Club 1: Class Plav 3: V.I.C. 4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Intramurals 2. 3! 4: MICHAEL ORR BR. YSHAW: Hi-Y 3. 4: Spanish Club 1. 2. Vice President 2: Monitor 3: Footliall 1. 2. 3. 4. Letters 2. 3. 4. Co-captain 4. All- league honorable mention 4: Track 2. 3. 4. Letters 2, 3. 4: Homecoming Escort 3. 4: Intramurals 2. 4. MONTERRA GLENDORA BROWN: Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Librarian 1. 2. MARY DIANE BRINDRETT: Latin Club 1. 2. 3: Choir 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1: Elementary Office 4. PALT EDWARD BUTTS: Tliespians — Dramatics 4: F.F.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4, Manager 4. CLARENCE LEO COLEMAN. JR.: V.I.C. 4: Football 4: Intramurals 3. CAROLE JANE COMER: G.A.A. 1. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Latin Club 1.2: Spanish Club 3: Band 1. 2. 3. Librarian 3. NED FREDERICK COOK: Student Council 1. 2: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: F.F.A. I. 2. 4, Vice President 4: Monitor 1. 2: Basketball 2. 3. 4. Letters 2. 3, 4: Cross-country 3. Letter 3: Intramurals 2, 3. MAXINE AN ' COOPER: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Latin Club 1: Band 1. 2. 3: Elementary Office I. SHARRON RAE COOPFJl: Student Council 4: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2. 3: Tliespians — Dramatics 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4; Birchbark 4: Choir 2, 4: Ele- mentary Office 4; Cheerleader . CHARLES RONALD DAVIS: Hi-Y 3. 4: Latin Club 1: Scholarship 3: Intramurals 2. 3. GILES JACK DAVIS: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: .Scholarship Team 2: Football L 2, 3, 4, Letter 4: Intramurals 2. 3. 1: Class Officer. Vice Pres- ident 4. LINDA SUSAN DAVIS: Student Council 2. 3. 4. Chaplain 4: G.A.A. I. 2. 3, 4, Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. President 2. 3: Thespians — Dramatics 4: Class Plav 3. 1: Birchbark 4. Editor-in-chief 4: Choir 2,3: High St-hool Office 4. THOMAS DWIGHT DAVIS: Choir 3. 1: Intramurals 4. BARRY MICHAEL DFJMMITT: Student Council 4: Hi-Y 1: Thespians — Dramatics 4: Class Play 4: Choir 1 ; Intramurals 2. 3. 4. CAROL SUE DORSEY: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. Interscholastics 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Birch- bark 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Junior High Office 3. JUDITH ELIEEN DORSEY: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1: Class Play 3: Band 1.2.3. DOUGLAS RICHARD DREWING: Choir 1.2.3.4. JOSEPH DAVID EARHART: Student Council 4: Hi-Y 4: F.F.A. L 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2, 3. 4. FREDDIE JAY EARLES: V.I.C. 4 : Intramurals 4. MICHAEL FRED ELLIOTT: F.F.A. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Intramurals 4. PATRICIA ANN FENNELL: G.A.A. L 2, 3. 4, Interscholastics 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Birchliark 4: Choir 2. 3. 4: Monitor 1; Librarian 1. GEORGE LEE FLORY: Spanish Club 1. 2. Treasurer 2: V.I.C. 4; Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 2. 3; Intramurals 2. 3. 4. SHARON ANN FLOYD: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 2. 3. 4: Thespians — Dramatics 4; Class Play 4; Birchbark 4; F.H.A. 3, 4; Choir 1 : Junior High School Office 2. 4. SUSAN KAY FOX: Student Council 2: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4; V.I.C. 4; Band 1; F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4, Historian 1, President 2. County President 3. CAROLYN SUE GEETING: G.A.A. 2 : F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. D.WID WlIilAM GIESSEM. N: Hi-Y 3. 4: Latin Club 2: Football 2. 3, 4. Letters 3. 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3; Track 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 4. KAREN ALICE GOLDNER: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3: Thespians — Dramatics 4. Secretary 4: Class Play 3: Choir 2, 3. 4, Vice President 3. President 4: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4: Homecoming Attendant 1; Homecoming Queen 4; Monitor 4. ROGER LEE GOUBEAUX: V.I.C. 4, Treasurer 4. MICHAEL LEE GRAF: National Honor Society 4; Hi-Y 3. 4, Secretary 4: Science Club 1. 2. 3. Vice President 3; Spanish Club 1. 2: Birch- bark 4; Scholarship 1. 2. 3: Track 1, 2, 3. 153 Senior Activities SflERRY LYNN GRAY: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastic 1. 2. 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Junior High School Office 3: Choir 2. 3. 4. ELDEN THOMA? GRICE: Hi-Y 4: Band 1. 2. 3: High School Office 3: Basketball 1.2: Track 1. Letter 1 : Cross-Countrv 2: Intramurals 3. 4. J0 EDWARD R BER: Science Club 3: Canoe Staff 4: F.F.A. 3: V.LC. 4: Choir I. ROCHELLE HARTRL ' M: Narional Honor Societv 4: G.A.A. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Junior High School Office 4: Homecoming Attendant 2: Girls ' State 3: Glee Club 2. GLORIA JANE HELKE: Student Council 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4 : Kl " RT HERZOG: Hi-Y 4: Science Club 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1: Scholarship Team 3. JOHN TERRAXCE HILL: Student Council 4: Hi-Y 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. President 4: Track 3: Intramurals 2. 3. 4: Class Officer. Vice President 2. Sergeant-at-arms 4. RLTH ANN HORNBECK: Student Council 4: G.A.A. L 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 1. 2. 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Class Play 4: V.I.C. 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Choir 1. 2. 3: Scholarship Team 1. RUTH ELIZABETH ILER: G.A.A. 1: High School Office 4: Librarian 1: F.H.A. 2. 3. 4. Historian 3. MARY JANE JOHNSON: G.A.A. I. 2. 3. Manager 1. 2. 3. SLT ANN KERG: VIRGINIA KERNS: Student Council 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: National Honor So- cietv 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 1. 2. 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y Vice President 3. President 4: Latin Qub 1. 2. President 2: Canoe Staff 4: Co-Editor 4: Birchbark Staff 3: Class Officer. Treasurer 3: Choir 1. 2. 3. 4: Scholarship Team 1. 2. 3. MARY KYLE: Student Council 4: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. L 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4. Interscholastics 1. 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Chaplain 4: Latin Qub 1. 2: Class Play 3: Choir 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretar)- 4: Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3. LARRY LEE LACHEY: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Canoe Staff 1. 2: Birchbark Staff 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Choir 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4: BasketbaU 2. 3. 4. Letters 3. 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4. League Champion 3. 4. Cross-Country- 2. 3. 4. Letters 3. " 4: Track Letters 3,4. DAMD EDWARD LA ' i ' NE: Student Council 3: F.F.A. 1. 2. 3: V.I.C. 4. President 4: Track 3: Intramurals 3. CHARLES RUSSELL LITTLE: Hi-Y 4: Homecoming Escort 4: 4. Letter 4: Choir 4: Track 4. Intramurals 4: Football JLT)ITH ANNE LITCAS: National Honor Society 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Spanish Club 1. 2: Canoe Staff 4: High School Office 4: Scholarship Team I. M YIUA " S KAY MAGILL: Tri-Hi-Y 2: F.H.A. 4. PALXETTE AN T MARCUM: G.A.A. 1: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Spanish Club I, 2. 3: Thes- pians — Dramatics 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Choir 1. FRANQS OGLE MATRON: Librarian 4: Tumbling 1, 2; Dramatics 4. MICa EL ROY MATTAUSCH: Student Council 3. 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4: Thespians — Dra- matics 3. 4: Class Plav 3. 4: Football 4. Letter 4: Basket- ball 1. 2. 3. 4. Letters ' 2. 3. 4. All League Honorable Men- tion 3: Track 2. 3. 4. Letters 2. 3. 4: Cross-Country 2. 3, Letter 3 : Monitor 3. 4. DAN LEE MOONEYHAN: Football 3: Intramurals 2. 3. 4. PAMELA TI1TFIELD MOSER: Student Council 1. 2. 4: National Honor Societv 2. 3. 4; G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 2. 3. Vice President 4: Tri-Hi-Y I: Latin Club 1. 2. 3; Class Officer. President 2. Vice President 3: Monitor 3. 4: Cheerleader 1 : Scholarship Team I. 2. 3. REBECCA KAY MOSER: Student Council 3. 4: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 1, 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. President 4: High School Office 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Maid-of-Honor 4. DAVID EUGE.NE MOTTOR: Hi-V 3. 4: Monitor 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4. Letter 1; Cross-Countrv 2. 3. 4. Letter 2. JO ANN NEFF: Student Council 3. 4, Vice President 3. President 4: Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A.: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Interscholastics 1. 2. 3. 4: Historian 2: Vice President 3: Thespians — Dramatics 3. 4: Qass Plav 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3: High School Office 4: Scholarship Team 2. LICINDA L Y NEWM N: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: V.I.C. 4: Elementary Office 3. THOMAS D. NICHOLS: Hi- 3. 4. Chaplain 4: Thespians — Dramatics 4; Class Play 3. 1: Football 2. 3. 4. Letter 2: Intramurals 2. 3, 4. JEANNE . L RIE PAL, MCA: National Honor Society 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 1. 2. Chap- lain 2: Birchbark 4: Scholarship 1. 2. MAR- KATHLEEN PENCE: Elementary Office 4.. 154 Senior Activities KARF.X JOY PERRY: G.A.A. 2. 3. Interscholastirs 3: Spanish Club 1: Tliespians — Dramatics 4: Class Plav 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 1. Major- ette 2. JUDITH ANN FOE: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: F.H.A. 4: Junior High School Office 3. 4. CHARLES POSTON: Hi-Y 3: Science Club 2: Spanish Club 1. 2. 3: Class Plav 3: Class Officer. Treasurer 4: Football 3: Track 2. RONALD WILLIAM POTTER: Hi-Y 3. t: Latin Club 1. 2: Class Plav 3: Thespians— Dra- matic? 3. 4. Clerk: Canoe Staff 4. Business Manager 4: Football 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4. Letter 3: Intramurals 4. JOYCE GERALDINE PRICE: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. . Interscholastics 2. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Span- ish Club 1. 2: Thespians — Dramatics 4: Class Play 4: High School Office 2. 3. 4. jam: AN - RANGE: National Honor Societv 3. 4: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Inter- scholastics 2. Historian 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2. 3: Class Plav 4: Canoe Staff 4: Class Officer. Sec- retary 2. 3. 4: Choir 2: High School Officer 3. 4: Home- coming .Attendant 4. RICHARD GEORGE RECK: National Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Basketball 3. 4. Letter 3. 4: Cross-Country 3. Letter 3. JOYCE ELAINE ROGERS: National Honor Society 2. 1: Latin Club 1. 2. Treasurer L Vice President 2: Band. I. 2: Choir I. 2. 4: Scholar- ship Team L 2. MARY LEE ERNA SALE: Tri-Hi-Y .3. 4: Choir 1. PHILLIP ELLSWORTH SCHERER: Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Class Plav 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Choir L 2. 3: Football 2. 3. 4. Letter 2: Basketball 2. 3. Letter 2: Track 1.2. .3. Letter 2. 3: Baseball 3. THERESA CAROLYN SEEBACH: Class Play 3: V.I.C. 4. Secretary 4: Choir 1, 2, 3; Librarian 2. KEITH ANTON SIDLER: Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2: V.I.C. 4: Intra- murals 3. 4. NELSON DOUGLAS SILVER: Latin Club 1. 2: Birchbark Staff 4: Scholarship Team 2: Football L 2. 3, 4. Letters 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Trackl.2. 3, 4. Letters2. .3. 4. ARLENE ANN SMITH: G.A.A. L 2. 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Thespians— Dramatics 1.2: Class Play 4: Band 1. 2. .3. DALE THORPE SMITH: Student Council 1. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Science Club 1. 2. 3. 4. President 3, 4: Qass Officer. President 1. 4: Monitor 3. 4: Scholarship Team 1. 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4: letters 2. 3. 1. AII-L-ague 1. 1: All Ohio: Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Elemcnlarv Office 4: EVERETTE EARNEST SMITH: Football 3. K.AREN K. SNELL: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. ALICE JANE STAGER: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 1. Interscholastics 3. 1: Junior High School Office 3: Elementar Office . BEm JOY STUDERAKER: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interscholastics 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Junior High School Office 3. 4. RONALD RAY SITRDIECK: Hi-Y 3. 4: Intramurals 2. 3. L EDITH FAYE SUMNER: E.H.A. 4: Junior High School Office 4. GEORGE CHRISTOPHER TIMMER: Student Council 4: National Honor Societ 2. 3. 4. Pres- ident 4: Hi-Y 3. 4: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Co-Captain 4. Letters 1. 2. 3. 4. All-League 3. 4: Basketball 2. 3: Track 2. 3. 4. Letters 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2. Letters 1. 2: Home- coming Escort 1. Intramurals 4: Scholarship Team 3, 4. PEGGY ANN TOBIAS: F.H.A. 4. Treasurer 4: Elementary Office 4. SHARON LOUISE TRUTEBENBACH : Librarian 1. 2. 3. CHARLES EDWIN TYZZER: Science Club I. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 4: Student Council 4: Football 1. 3: Track 1. 2: Intramurals 3: Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. PAULETTE LEE UNDERWOOD: Elementary Office 4: F.H.A. 4. ELLEN CLAIRE VOGELER: G.A.A. 1: Librarian 1: F.H..A. 2. 3. 4. Parliamentarian 3. DOROTHY KAY WAMPLER: G.A.A. 1. 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1 : Junior High School Office 3. 4. KEITH EDWIN WILLIS: V.I.C. 4. LOUIS IRVIN WILSON: Hi-Y 4; Thespians — Dramatics 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4; Strength and Efficiency Champ 4. BARBARA JEAN WOOLERY: Student Council 2. 3: Tri-Hi-Y 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 2. President 3: V.I.C. 4. LINDA MAE WRIGHT: Choir 1. 2, 3, 4; Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Librarian 1. PHILIP DON YOUNG: Student Council 3: Thespians — Dramatics 3, 4; Class Officer 2. 3; Scholarship Team 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3, 4, Inciters 2, 3, 4; Track L 2, 4, Letter 1. 2. 4: Baseball 2, 3, Letters 2, 3; Homecoming Escort 2, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. JOYCE EILEEN YOUNT: Tri-Hi-Y 1: Librarian 1: Elementary Office 3; Birchbark Staff 3, 4. Business Manager 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4. 155 Index Adkins, Boyd — 64 Adkins, Donald- 60 Allen. Ed— 83, 95, 97. 113 Alley, Mary Louise — 68 Alley, Rodney— 56, 93. 95 Andrews, Anita— 68, 90, 91 Andrews, Karen— 56, 79, 80, 81, 82, 86, 92, 121 Apple, Richard— 64. 103, 113 Arbaugh, Darlene — 56 Auhry, Tom — 52 Aufdemkampe, David— 64. 97, 98 Aufdemkampe. Lee— 60. 83, 102, 113 Ayer, Norman— 60, 102, 113 B Baldwin, Lois— 64, 91, 99 Ball, Mr. L. T.— 16, 17 Balmer, Pam— 68, 97, 98 BaJzer, Mrs. Margaret — 26 Band— 94. 95, 96, 97, 98, 99 Barefoot, Becky— 68, 91 Barrett, Jo— 64, 91, 98 Bauer, Diane— 64, 90, 91, 97, 98, 99 Baxter, Jim— 60, 113 Beackley, Judy— 60, 82 Beery, Gene — 56 Beery, Karen— 60, 82. 85, 92 Behm, Steve— 68, 103 fielding, Tim— 68, 98, 99, 103 Bell, Anita— 68, 69, 91, 98 Benham, Carol— 68, 97, 98, 99 Bennett, Mike— 60, 94, 97 Berk, Mr. John— 25 Berkebile, Mr. C. 0.-23 Bettelon, Nancy— 34, 46, 79, 85, 92 Beyl, Kathy— 64, 98 Bihn, Larry — 64 Bindeman, Karen — 64, 91, 99 Binkley, Stephanie— 34, 75, 79 Birchbark — 76 Black, David— 64 Black, Russell— 68 Blauser, Mike— 60, 84 Board of Education — 17 Boehrer, Tom— 99, 103, 113 Boger, Deann— 52, 85, 92 Boger, Kenny — 64 Boitnott, Mrs. Bernice — 30 Bolner, Karen— 34, 46, 79, 92 Bolner, Peggy— 60, 81, 95, 97 Bolton, Dale— 103 Bolton, Roger — 64 Boocher, Joe — 52 Boocher, Sandra— 68, 90, 91, 98, 99 Bowen, Roger— 27, 78, 82, 93, 112, 117 Bowling, Mike— 60, 94, 97 Boyce, Edward— 68, 103 Boyce, Milton— 34, 44, 87 Boyd, Jackie — 52 Boyd, Jerry — 60 Boyd, Teddy— 60 Boyer, Charies— 112 Boze, Jerry— 31, 52, 60 Boze, Larry — 113 Brayshaw, Bob— 56, 102, 117 Brayshaw, Mike— 34, 78. 102, 104, 108, 109, 117 Brenner, Bonnie— 56, 81, 95, 96, 121 Brenner, Rosalee— 52, 82, 92 Brewer, Dwighl— 52. 84, 93 Brewer, Mary Jo — 68 Brewer, Patty— 64, 91, 98 Briscoe, David — 60 Brode, Joy— 68, 91 Brown. James — 52 Brown, Kathie— 60. 83 Brown, Terry— 34, 79. 85 Brownlee, Scott- 52, 62. 77. 80 Brubaker, Greg— 64, 103 Brundrett, Bolj— 56, 83, 92, 93 Rrundrelt. Diane— 19. 34. 92 Brundrett. Jim— 64. 98, 103 Brundrett, Mr. Robert— 23, 90 Brundrett, William— 68 Bryant, Tom — 60 Buirley. Kathy— 68 Bunnell, Mary— 60 Burgess, Margaret — 68 Burgess, Walter— 60 Burke. Brenda— 52 Burnett. Mary- 52, 75, 92, 93 Burnett, Miriam — 60 • Burns, David— 52, 78, 95, 97 Bus Drivers — 31 Bussinger, Deborah— 68, 97, 98 Butts, F ' aul-34, 49. 84, 95, 97 Cafeteria Cooks — 31 Cain, Cathy— 64, 89, 91, 96, 98 Cain, Mr. Francis— 24, 83 Canoe Staff — 77 Canter, Becky— 64. 76, 89, 96, 98. 99 Cantrell, Mary Ann — 68 Garden, Alvis— 68, 90 Garlile, Kaye— 64, 65, 89. 91. 99 Catey, Joe— 60, 83, 102. 113 Catev, Nick— 68 Chaffins, Gary— 68, 98 Chaffins, Steve— 60, 82 Cheerleaders— 110, 111 Choir— 92, 93, 99 Chrisman, Carol— 64, 65, 76, 91, 98, 99 Christie, Tom— 60, 76, 93 Christie, William— 64, 98 Clark, Tanya — 64 Clarke, Ron— 64, 99 Clevenger, Carolyn — 64, 91 Clyne, Roger— 52, 82 Coberly, Mike— 64, 97, 113 Coffey, Pat— 64, 97, 98 Coleman, Clarence— 34, 87, 102, 104 Coleman, Mona— 60, 61, 81, 82, 110 Coleman, Miss Robin — 30 Coleman, Sharon — 68, 99 CoUett, Betty— 68 Collett, Delia— 68 Comer, Carole — 34, 79 Comer, Jacquelyn — 68, 89, 91 Compton, Clarence — 64 Conley, Mike— 64, 98, 103 Conley, Ron— 56, 102 Conner, Mary Kav— 31, 52, 75, 83, 92 Cook, Debra— 52, 83 Cook, Dennis— 60, 61, 74, 83, 112 Cook, Fred— (12) 35, 84, 108, 112; 115 Cook, Mr. James— 21, 112, 116 Cooper, Maxine — 35, 79 Cooper, Sharron— 35, 44, 46, 74, 79, 81, 86, 92 Coppock, David — 56 Cornelissen, Lia — 68, 99 Crabtree, Steve — 64 Craft, James — 68 Cramer, Kathy — 56 Cundiff, Judy— 91 Davis, Jack— 34, 35, 78, 102, 105, 117 Davis, Keith— 52 Davis, Linda— 19, 35, 44, 46, 74, 76, 81, 120, 121, 122 Davis, Mike— 56, 80, 92 Davis, Richard— 68, 69, 98, 99, 103 Davis, Ron— 35, 78 Davis, Tom— 29, 35. 93 Decker, Carolyn — 82 Decker, Susan— 64, 98. 99 Demmitt, Butch— 35, 37, 46, 74, 78 Derr, Mr. James— 26 Detrick, Steve — 68 Dick, Karen — 56 Diers, Claudia— 64, 90 Diers, Tom — 60 Dilts, Robert— 52 Dinger, Linda — 64 Dixon, Diana— 68, 91 Dodds, Mrs. Helen— 20 Dorsey, Bernie — 56, 78, 95 Dorsey, Carol— 35, 76, 79 Dorsey, Judy— 35, 44, 79 Dorsey, Linda— 68, 91, 97, 98 Downing, Mr. Norman— 22, 103, 117 Dramatics Qub — 86 Drewing. Doug— 36, 92 Dudley. Mike— 56, 102 Dunnick, Mary Lou— 19, 52, 75, 76, 79, 83, 86, 111 Dysinger, Danny— 68, 98 Earhart. Jo 36, 74, 78, 84 Earles, Fred— 36, 87 Eickhoff, Jill— 60, 77, 83, 95, 96 Eickhoff, Lvnn— 68, 97, 98, 99 Eiting, James— 68, 99 EUeman, Kathleen — 68 Elleman, Richard — 56, 84 Elleman, Bob— 68 Elliott, Barbara— 56, 81, 94, 97 Elliott, Chuck— 29, 60, 84, 102, 108, 109 EUiott, Dennis — 56 Elliott, Mike— 36, 84 Elliott, Steve— 68 Erbaugh, Henry— 68, 90 Erbaugh, Lois — 56, 83 Etherington, Cynthia — 64, 90 Evans, Marcy— 52, 80, 81, 83, 88, 111 Evans, Mike— 52, 78, 93, 102, 112, 116 Evans, Ron — 60 Evans, Tom— 60, 95, 113, 118 Fair, Ruth Ellen— 68, 97, 98 Fell, Don— 64, 103 Feltz, Keith— 64 Fennell, Patty— 36, 76, 79. 81, 92, 120. 121, 122 Fennell, Susan— 56, 79, 82, 86, 92 Ferguson, Chester — 113 156 Index Fidler. Tricia— 68. 89, 99 Fiiicli, Jim— 60, 102 Finley, Sharon— 64. 96. 98 Fisher. Larry — 64 Flory. George — 36. 87 Flovd, Gene— 52, 78, 102, 1(M, 112. 116 Vli.yd, Sharon— 36, 46, 76, 81, 85, 120. 121. 122, 123 Ford. Janet— 68, 91, 98 Fox, Susan— 36. 79, 85 Francis, Michelle— 60. 82. 92 Frasure. aiarles-64, 103. 113 Free, Mike— 64, 98 Fritz, Janice — 60 Fry, Cindv — 60 Furlong, Beverly— 19, 52 Furlong, Dennis — 64, 90 Furlong, Greg— 68. 69. 77, 89, 98, 103 Furlong, Steve--68, 103, 119 Furlong. Terry— 60, 85 Future Farmers of America — 84 Future Homemakers of America — 85 G.A.A.— 81, 120, 121, 122. 123 Galyon, Diane— 52, 81. Ill Garrison, Paulette— 64, 98 Gay, Mr. James — 30 Gee, Christy — 64 Gee, Evelyn — 64 Geers, Mike — 56 Geeting, Carolyn — 36. 85 Genslinger, Mary Lynn— 19, 52, 79, 81. 82, 120 Gentry, Pamela — 31, 56 Gerlaugh, Mrs. Barbara— 21, 91 Gibbons, Paula— 56, 79, 82, 86, 94, 96 Ciesseman, David— 36, 78, 102, 105, 117 Gilbert. Florence — 52, 85 Gilbert, Phylis— 68 Gilmore, Kathleen— 64, 97, 98 Glaser, Jean — 52 Glasmeier, Carolyn — 52 Glasmeier, Mary Lou — 61, 85 Goldner. Karen— 37, 44, 74, 86, 88, 92, 107, 108, 109, 111 Good, Pat— 61, 93 Good, Susan— 68, 91, 97, 98, 99 Goodin, Elizabeth— 64, 65, 76, 91, 99 Gorde, Karen— 68, 91 Gorde, Susan- 56, 79, 82, 92 Goubeaux, Patty— 74, 75, 83 Goubeaux, Roger— 29. 37, 52. 53, 87 Goubeaux, Tim — 68, 103 Graf, Carol— 53, 76, 79, 82, 88 ffiraf, Mike— 37, 76, 78 Graf, Susan— 61, 81, 83, 94, 120 Grafton, Geri— 69, 91, 97, 98 Gray, Doug— 64, 103, 113 Cray, Larry— 56, 102 Uray, Sandra — 53, 96 Qray, Sherry— 37, 79, 81, 92, 94, 120, 121, " 122 Green, Mona— 64, 89 Gieene, Dennis — 61 Grke, Bill— 64 Griee, Elden— 37, 78 Griffm, Jackie— 56, 112, 116 Grooms, loyce — 56, 112, 116 Gross, Jim — 69 Group, Deo Ann— 61, 81, 82, 94, 121 Grove, Sharj — 65, 91, 99 Guild, Ben— 56, 57, 74. 80. 82. 102, 117 Guild, Bruce— 61, 80, 83. 102, 113, 117 GuUd, Kathy— 69. 91 Gumbert, Bill— 69 H Haag, Mr. Myron— 28, 116 Haber, Gary— 56. 82, 94, 97 Haber, Jon— 37, 87 Halteman, Steve — 53 Hamilton, Margaret — 56 Hamm, Bill— 69, 103 Harris, Ed— 53, 88. 93 Harris, Paul— 56, 57, 80, 92, 93. 95, 97 Hartley, Joyce— 65, 91, 97, 98 Hartley, Sandra — 56 Harlrum, Rochelle— 19, 37, 79 Hasse, Donna — 69, 91 Hatmaker, Linda— 69, 99 Havens, Nancy — 69 Hawley, Tim— 53, 78, 98, 102, 116, 118 Haywood, Mary — 99 Heater, Mr. Terry- 29, 102, 116 Heaton, Maureen — 61 Hecker, Dianna— 69, 91, 97 Hecker, Mike— 53, 76, 78, 82. 88, 112, 116 Hecker, Tom— 56, 102, 112, 116 Heffner, Carol — 65 Heffner, Dennis— 56, 78, 93, 98, 112, 116 Heffner, Jerry Joe — 53 Heffner, Pat— 65, 90, 103 Heinze, Virginia — 53 Heitzman, Keith — 69 Helke, Gloria— 37, 74, 85 Hellard, Danny — 69 Heller, Jim— 53, 112, 116 Helmer, Dick— 57, 112 Hensley, Carol— 61, 62, 92, 106, 108, 109 Hermann, Sandra — 65, 99 Herzog, Kurt— 37, 78 Hess, Walter— 65, 103 Hetzler, Terry — 61 Hiatt, Phil— 65, 103, 113 Hignite, Judy— 57, 76, 79, 81, 82, 120, 121 Hilberry, David — 61 Hill, John— 65 Hill, Sheila— 69, 91, 97, 98 Hill, Terry— 34, 37, 74, 78, 94, 97, 117 Hilterbran, Nancy— 57, 85 Hines, Gary — 53 Hines, Kerry — 53 HiY— 78 Hodge, Mrs. Gertrude — 19 Hodge, Sharon— 53, 54, 106, 108. 109 Hogue, Jim — 65 Hohne, Mike— 69 Holbird, Rick-61. 113 Holl. Jerry— 53, 102 Holobaugh, Bernadette— 69, 91, 110 Holobaugh, Dwight— 53, 83, 102 Homecoming— 106, 107, 108, 109 Homer, Logan — 57 Honeyman, Becky — 65, 91 Honeyman, John— 57, 82, 93 Honeyman, Karen — 61, 94 Hook, Jack— 69 Hook, Karen— 57, 76, 82, 92, 94, 96 Hoover, Mrs. Annabelle — 19 Hornbeck, Dennis — 65 Hornbeck, Ruth— 38, 46, 81, 120, 121, 122 Horton, r at— 57 Houdeshell, Qaudia— 69, 91, 99 Howard, Cynthia— 57, 79, 82, 92, 93 Hughes, David — 61 Hughes, Mary Kay— 57, 85, 94, 97 Huntsberger, Claudia— 69, 91, 99 Hurtt, John— 65, 97, 98 Hutchins, Ronnie — 61, 94 Huyer, Carol Joy — 69 I Iddings, Mike— 65, 103. 113 Iddings. Rick— 69. 103 Her. Ruth— 19. 38, 85 Imler, David— 53, 102. 108. 109 Ingle, Connie — 61 J Jackson, Judy— 69, 97, 98, 99 Jackson, Mike— 61, 80, 83, 112 Jackson, Tom— 53, 78, 88, 94, 97 Janitors — 31 Jenkins. Joann— 65, 91, 97, 98 Jester, Ruth Ann— 69. 91. 97, 98, 99 Johns, Barbara— 53, 74, 81 Johnson, Lynn — 69, 98 Johnson, Mary Jane — 38 Johnson, Rosemary — 65, 99 Jones, Ed— 53, 78, 82 Karnehm, Melvin— 69, 99, 113 Karns, Dale— 61 Karns, Richard — 54 Kaufman, Joan— 65, 91, 97. 98 Keef, Greg— 69 Keppel, Miss Anne— 27, 92, 99 Kerg, Evelyn — 61 Kerg, Judy— 57, 81, 86, 94, %. 120 Kerg. Sue— 38 Kerns, Virginia— 19, 38, 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 92 121 123 Kerr ' , Miss Karol— 28, 81, 120, 122 Kessler, Abby— 70, 91, 97, 98, 99 Kessler, Don — 61 Kessler, Steve— 57, 78, 102, 112 Kessler, Tom — 70 Kidder, Carol— 31. 57, 85 Kilpatrick, Gail— 70. 98 Kindell, Ron— 57. 95 Kinder, Keith— 70, 90, 103 Kinder, Robert— 57 Kinder, Steve— 65, 90, 103 King, Mr. Stewart— 27, 95, 98 Knisley, Bruce -57, 80 Knox, Bonnie— 54, 79, 83, 92, 94, 96, 97 Knox, Merritl-65. 98, 99, 103 Kramer, Joe— 70, 103. 113 Kreider, Paul— 54, 78 Kreiger, Charlene — 57 Kreiger, Jean — 57 Kunkler, Larry — 61 Kunkler. Pat— 65. 98, 99 Kuntz. Eugene— 99 Kuskie. Bobbie— 57, 81, 85 Kyle, Marv— 38. 44. 74, 75, 79. 81, 92, 121, 123 Lachey, Larry— 38, 76, 78, 92, 93, 112, 114, 116, 117 157 Index Large. Mr. Carl--21, 103, 113 Latin Club— S3 Layne. David— 38, 87 Lehart, Pat — 65 Lehman, Barbara — 62, 94 Lehman, George — 70 Leiss, Nancy— 57, 81, 82, 94, 96 Leiss, Patty— 66. 89. 91, 98, 99 Lenehan, Jon — 54 Leone, Don — 70 Leone, Donna— 61, 62, 74, 81. 82, 94, 120 Leone, Tom— 57, 102. 103, 112 Lesher, Tom— 58, 78, 102, 118 Little, Charles— 38, 78, 93, 102, 105, 108, 109 Littleton, Wayne— 54, 80, 88, 112, 115 Livingston, Dave— 70, 103, 113 Locker, Sharon— 70, 97, 98 Loncaric, Helen — 31, 58 Long, Dick— 53, 54, 78, 102, 112. 116 Long, Eugene— 70. 98, 103 Long, Lenora— 58, 81, 82, 94, 96, 106, 108, 109 Long, Mary Jo— 65, 66, 91, 99 Looker, Mr. Don— 23, 102, 113, 118 Looney, James — 70 Loos, Miss Nancy — 29 Lorms, David— 62, 83, 112, 118 Luckey, Mike— 58, 102, 116 Lukas, Ellen— 70, 77 Lukas, Judy— 19, 38, 77, 79 M Magaw, Elaine — 58, 94 Magill, Marilyn— 39, 85 Magill, Martha— 62, 80, 82, 85, 94 Mareum, Paulette— 39, 44, 46, 79, 86 Martin, Connie — 66, 98 Martin, Diana— 66, 90, 91, 99 Martin, Janice — 66, 90 Martin, Judy — 66 Martin, Pam— 70, 90 Mason, Verdena — 70, 98 Massie, Jim— 58, 102 Massie, Sue— 62, 82 Masters, Linda — 66, 90 Mathes, Sherry— 54, 75, 79, 92 Matson, Jack— 31, 39 Mattausch, Mike— 39, 44, 46, 74, 75, 78, 86, 102, 104, 112, 114, 117 Matthews, Larry— 70 Maxson, Carolyn— 62, 85, 110 Maxton, Cathy— 69, 70, 91, 98, 99 McQintock, Mr. Donald— 22. 90 McCready, Susan— 70, 99 McGinnis, Noel— 70, 113 McGriff, Dennis — 62 Mclntyre, Sue— 62, 83, 94, 96 Michael, Mrs. Mary— 20, 79 Mikel, James — 70 MiUer, Bruce— 62, 82, 113 Miller, Dixie— 66, 91, 98. 110 MUler, Joe— 70, 99, 119 Mitchell, Jeff— 62, 94, 97. 102 Mitchell, Becky— 70, 91, 97. 98 Mitchell, Sandra— 58, 79. 82. 86. 94, 96 Mitchell, Tom— 54, 78, 82, 97, 111 Mohr, Pam— 54, 74, 76, 79, 81, 82, 86, 111 Mohr, Jim— 27, 58, 78, 83, 102, 112, 117 Mohr, Dick— 70, 103 Monbeck, BiU— 66, 77, 99, 103 Monbeck, Don — 54 Monitors — 88 Mooneyhan, Dan — 39 Moore, Beverly— 62, 81, 83 Moore, Greg— 70, 103 Moore, Lee— 58, 84, 92, 102, 108, 109 Moore, Steve— 71, 103 Moorman, Glynda — 62, 82 Morris, Gary— 66, 99, 103 Moser, Becky- 39, 74, 79, 81, 106, 108. 109, 120, 121, 123 Moser, Leigh— 66, 76, 77, 91, 110 Moser, Nancy — 71, 91 Moser, Pam— 39, 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 88, 120, 121, 123 Motter, David— 39, 78, 88, 112, 115, 116 Murdock, Craig — 66 N National Honor Society — 75 Neff, JoAnn— 19, 39, 44, 46, 74, 75, 79, 81, 86, 120, 121, 123 Newman, Gary— 54, 78, 80 Newman, Lucinda — 39 Nibert, Becky— 66, 99 Nichols, Tomato, 44, 46, 78, 102, 105 Nieman. Kathy— 62. 83. 95 Noffsinger, Kent— 66, 98 Noland, Tom— 58. 77, 78, 82, 92, 93, 102, 112 Norris, Don — 54 Null, Howard— 58 Ochs, Donald— 62, 80, 83, 113, 118 Ochs, Sharon— 53, 54, 75, 76, 77, 79, Oda, Mrs. Edith— 19 Oda, Sylvia— 54, 79. 82. Ill Officer, Judy— 54, 85, 92 Olson, Carl— 66, 99 Olt, Tim— 54, 74, 102, 117 Orians, John— 58 Osborne. Connie — 58 O ' Shell, Margaret— 62, 85 Palanica, Jeanne — 40, 75, 76 Palotas, Linda — 66, 91 Pankey, Carolyn — 71 Parker, Don— 58, 102 Parks, Michael— 66, 90 Parrish, Don— 58 Parrish, Tom — 62 Parsons, Phyllis— 62, 82 Passon, Sherry — 55, 85 Payne, Barbara — 71 Pearson, Jane — 66, 96, 98 Pearson, Judy— 66, 96, 98 Pearson, Mark— 29, 62, 84, 113 Pence, Mary — 40 Perrine, Dan— 58, 82, 95, 112 Perry, Karen— 40, 44, 94 Ferryman, Mrs. Shirley— 24, 82 Phillips, Carolyn— 58. 77, 81, 82. 95. 97 Pickrell, Janet— 66 Pickrell, Ron— 58 Pierce, Sandra — 66 Poe, Judy— 19, 40, 79, 85 Poe, Walter— 62 Poince. Mr. Kent— 21 Policy, Buddy— 119 Poston, Charles— 34. 40. 44 Poston, Mark— 71. 90. 97. 98 Potter, Ron 40. 44, 77, 78, 86 Potter, Sharon— 62, 83, 94, 96, 120 Powell, Patricia— 62, 113 Powell, Phil— 62, 113 Preston, Gary — 58 Price, Joyce— 19, 40, 46, 79, 81, 120, 122 Price, Kenneth— 58 Price, Ron— 66, 89, 98, 103 Psczulkoski, Alfred— 58, 84, 102 Purcell, John— 31, 55 Puterbaugh, Harvey— 63, 102, 113 Pyle, Javice — 66 Quellhorst. Patricia— 66, 91, 98. 99 R Rammel, Lester — 55, 80 Rammel, Linnea— 66, 89, 99 Range, Jane— 19. 34. 36, 40, 46, 75, 77, 79, 81, 106, 108, 109 Rayburn, Aha Jo— 71 Reck, Dick— 40, 75. 78, 112, 114 Reeder, Ann— 58, 92 Rees, John— 58, 78, 83, 112 Reineke, Connie— 66, 90, 91, 99 Reineke, Mike— 62 Reinoehl, Cheryl— 57, 59, 76, 79, 80, 82, 92, 93 Retter, Patty— 63, 81, 94, 121 Reynolds, Nancy- 59, 76, 79, 82, 94, 97 Richards, Mr. Allen— 22. 102, 105, 117 Richards, Mr. Robert— 25 Richards. Barbara— 71. 98. 99 Ritchie. Mr. Robert— 18, 38, 74 Ritter, Bonnie— 63, 94 Robbins, Jerry — 71 Robbins, Jim— 59, 95. 97 Robinson, Carolyn — 66, 91, 98 Robinson, Gayle— 66, 76, 98, 103, 113 Robinson, J. — 116 Robison, Miss Margaret— 20, 46, 76, 77, 86 Rodenberg, Bill— 65, 67, 76, 89, 103, 113 Roeser, Tom— 71, 97, 98 Rogers, Joyce— 41, 75, 92 Rogers, Tom— 67, 98, 99, 103, 113 Rohr, Deana— 71, 97, 99 Rohr, Shirley— 67 Rohrbach, Jim— 55, 95, 97, 117 Rohrbach, Tom— 63, 82, 93, 94, 113, 116 Rohrer, Dean— 59, 84, 95 Rosien. Bobette— 67, 90, 99 Roth, Barbara— 59 Roth, Patty— 67, 98, 99 Rothenbuecher, Sally Sue— 55, 79, 81, 83, 92 Salb, Mary— 41 Salb, Suzanne— 55, 79, 82 Sandlin, Mike— 71, 103 Sautter, Howard — 67 Scherer, Phil— 41, 46, 78, 102, 104, 112, 114, 117 Schindler, Henn— 103, 113 158 Index Schirtzinger, Gar ' — 71 Science Club— 80, 90 Seagraves, Beverly — 71, 91. 110 Secrest, Larry — 67, 103 See, Don— 71, 99, 103, 113 Seebach, Allan — 63 Seebach, Sheila — 63 Seebach, Theresa — 41, 44, 87 Senior Class Plays— 44, 45, 4 5, 47 Senior Qass Prom — 49 Senior Class Trip — 48 Senseman, Gayle— 69, 71, 89, 97, 98 Senseman, Judy— 59, 76, 81, 94, 97, 120 Serapin, Joyce— 59, 79, 81, 111, 120 Shaffer, Mrs. Ida— 30 Shaffer, Sylvia— 59, 82, 92 Shaneyfell, Gary— 63, 119 . hank, Arlene l Shank, Rose— 59 Shearer, David— 63, 95. 113 Shearer, Joe— 67, 99, 103 Shepherd, Becky— 63, 81, 82, 94, 120 Sheppard, Alice — 67 Sheppard, Jacque — 71, 91, 98 Shiere, Dottie — 67 Sidler, Gail— 67, 99 Sidler, Keith--41, 87 Silver, Doug— 41, 76, 102, 112, 114, 117 Simpson, Alice— 71, 90, 98 Simpson, Bob— 55. 80, 82, 95, 97 SkUlings, EmUy— 59 Skillings, Linda— 59, 85 Skillings, Ralph — 63 Smith, Arlene- 1, 46, 79, 81 Smith, Barbara — 55 Smith, Christina— 61, 63, 81, 94, 120 .Smith, Dale— 34, 41, 74, 75, 80, 88, 102, 104 Smith, Everett l Smith, Sylvia— 55, 74, 76, 82, 92 Smith, Tim— 97, 98 Snell, Betty— 59, 85 Snell, Chris— 71, 98, 99, 102, 103 Snell, Gary— 67, 98, 113 Snell, Karen-42, 79 Snell, Susan— 71. 90, 91, 97, 98 Snell, Tina— 55, 76, 79, 82, 88 Snyder, Linda— 61, 63, 81, 82 Sowers, Joy — 55 Sowers, Larry — 84 Sowers, Terry — 71 Spangler, Jerry — 67 Spangler, Pam— 59, 81, 85, 103, 121 Spanish Club — 82 Spencer, Mr. James — 18, 25 Stafford, Kathy— 71, 91, 97, 98 Stager, Alice l2, 81, 120, 122 Stanley, Virginia— 55, 79, 85, 92 Stark, Judy— 67, 99 Stark, Larry— 59, 119 Stark, Terry— 71, 103 Staup, David— 55, 82, 88, 92, 93 Staup, Joan— 59, 79, 82, 86, 94, 96 Staup, Tony— 19, 55, 74, 75, 80, 83, 112, 118 Stephens, Jim— 90, 98 Stephens, Mike— 59, 82, 112 Stephenson, Lee — 71, 98 Stephenson, Mr. Phillip— 25, 113 Stiles, Bill— 59, 93, 112, 116 Stiles, Julia— 71, 91, 99 Stocker, Cathy — 55 Story, David — 71 Slrasser, Doug— 57, 74, 102, 112 Strawb, Linda— 67, 91, 99 Struewing, Mr. Paul— 29, 84, 87 Studebaker, Betty -19, 42. 81. 94. 120, 122 .Studebaker, Dennis — 71, 99 Student Council-74, 89 .Suerdieck, Ron 42, 112 Sullivan, Terry- -67 Sumner, Faye— 19, 42, 85 Sumner, Peggy— 59. 81. 85, 120 Surber, John-71, 98, 99 Sutton, Mary Ann— 83, 92 Sweigart, Jeff— 63, 113 Tarter, .Mr. Donald- 22. 80 Tavlor, Bruce-71. 103, 113 Taylor, Jim-59, 112 Taylor, Patricia— 63, 85 Tedrow, Randy— 55 Tharpe, Lois — 67 Tharpe, Mary— 19, 55 Thespian Society — 86 Thompson, Danny — 59 Thompson, Mike — 67 Thomson, Mrs. Margaret— 23, 70. 91 Thuma, Craig — 63 Thurman, Chris — 67, 99 Timmer, George— 42, 74. 75. 78. 88, 102, 104, 117 Tobias, Peggy— 42, 85 Tri-Hi-Y-79, 91 Trout, Loren — 63, 102 Troy, Jane — 67 Troy, Jean— 71, 89, 90, 91, 98, 99 Troy, Judy— 55, 92 Trucksis, Cheryl— 71, 97, 98 Trucksis, Ray-59, 102 Truebenbach, Daphne — 71 Truebenbach, Karen— 55, 92 Truebenbach, Murial— 63, 92 Truebenbach, Sharon — 42, 49 Trupp, Sandra— 55. 79, 85, 92 Tucker, Donna — 63 Tucker, Tom — 71 Turner, Janell— 65, 67, 89, 98, 99 Tyzzer, Charles— 42, 74, 80, 82 Tyzzer, David— 59, 80 Tyzzer, Tom — 67, 98 U Underwood, Cheryl — 71 Underwood, Paulette— 43, 85 Unroe, Nora — 67 Vance, Charles— 59. 93, 102 Vance, Kathleen— 67. 99 Van Horn, Vicke— 71, 91. 99 Van Tuil, Jan— 69, 89, 90 Vocational Industrial Qub — 87 Vocke, Al— 71, 99, 113 Vocke, Buff— 63, 83, 113, 118 Vocke, Hank— 59 Vocke, Robert — 67 Vogeler, Carol— 67, 91, 98 Vogeler, Ellen- 3, 85 Vonderheide, Cheryl — 67, 91 W Wagner, Melanie— 31, 53, .55, 74, 75, 79, 92 Wallace. JoAnn-63 Wallace, Mary Lou— 55 Wampler. Kay -43. 79 Warn pier, .Sam — 67 Warner, Edward — 71 Watkins,Terry-71, 10.3, 119 Watson, Allen- -71, 90, 103 Watson, Lois— 59, 92 Watson, Sheri— 71, 91 Waymire. Sharon— .59, 76, 85 Weaver, Ray-67, 103 Webb, Doug— 6,3, 84 Webb, Linda— 55, 79 Webster, Carolyn— 67, 91. 96, 98 Webster, Dean-59, 82, 93. 102 Webster, Marilvn— 67, 91, 96, 98 Weikert. Tim-59, 92, 102, 117 Weng, Kenneth— 67 Weng, Linda— 71. 91 West, Jill— 19, 59, 82 Westfall, Darvl -.59 Weyant. Jeff-71 White. Mike— 67. 103 Whitebair, Jim— 59. 63, 80, 92, 102, 113 Whitehair. John— 80, 82, 102. 112 Whitehair, Karen-71, 91, 99 Whiteted, Charles-71.113 Wick, Don Ray— 55, 116 Wick, Terry— 63, 102, 113 Wildenhaus, Doug— 63, 113 Wilhelm, Carolyn— 63, 81, 94 Wilhelm, Eugene — 55 Williamson, Robert— 63, 97 Willis, Keith-43, 87 Willis, Patricia— 63, 81 Willoughby, I.arry-63, 102, 113, 112 Willoughby, Marilyn— 67, 90, 91 Wilmolh, Betiv— 67 Wilmoth, Shirley— 63 Wilmoth, Tom— 55, 84 Wilson, Celeste— 59, 85, 95, 97 Wilson, Cheryl— 63, 81, 82, 110 Wilson, Jacque-55, 75, 79. 80, 82 Wilson, Louis 3, 44, 46, 54, 78, 86 Winblad, Joe— 67, 103 Wintrow, Bill-71 Wintrow, Linda— 63, 82, 92 Wise, Mr. Zovd— 25 Wolford, Mike— 59, 102 Wollenhaupt, Frank— 63, 95, 97, 113, 116 Wollenhaupt, Kay— 71, 91, 97, 98, 99 Wood, Mike— 63 Woolery, Barbara — 43 Woolery, Charles— 67, 103, 113 Wright, Cathv— 67, 91, 99 Wright, Linda-43, 92, 95, 97 Yahne. Edward- 59, 80, 82 Venney, Jean Ann — 67, 97, 98 Yenney, Karla— 71, 97, 98 Yetter, Rick— 55 Young, Becky— 63. 81. 82 Young, Phil— 43, 86, 102, 105, 108, 109 Yount, Joyce— 42, 76, 85, 87 Yount. Kav-67, 91 Z Zimmerman. Bill— 63, 95, 113 Zimmerman, Kent-71, 90 159 Within the pages of this, your Canoe, another school year has been reflected. Have you contributed to the ongoing success of this school year? Have you reached the point of personal growth where you can readily " lose identity in the service of some group " ? If so, you are truly an individual who has learned to contribute to the lives of your friends and fellow-students. The unity of Tipp High is perhaps THE factor which makes it unique. The individual endeavors, which are aimed toward building and maintaining the unity that is Tipp High, are the forces which label each of us as a worthy and contributing student. The total sum of these individual forces enables our school to be labeled as a fine and excellent one. Mailing the final pages of this yearbook, your editors were especially thoughtful; it occurred to them how very thankful they were to have grown, during their twelve basic edu- cational years, in such a school as Tipp High. The unity of their school became particularly meaningful to them and they saw anew the terrific responsibility which is placed upon each individual student if the school is to be " the solid circle " — the design of unity — which students, past and present, treasure as the real and good Tipp High School. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Mr. Homer English Mr. Matthew B. McCormick Mr. Richard Kennard Mr. David Stuergeon Miss lyiargaret Robison School Administration Faculty Advertisers Professional Men Our Supporting Staff 160 ii-.- V «. - T sA % » A ' - m


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