Triton Central High School - Tigerama Yearbook (Fairland, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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I 1 - Jvfy. 1 A 1 .J THE SENIGR CLASS of Triton Central High School presents the 1965 TIGERAMA Fairland, Indiana FOREWORD One goal has been won-a high school education, yet there are two, three, four-numberless "finish lines" some- where in front of us. In the future our characteristics will undergo checks and notices, and we shall know if we have applied those virtues and principles that our parents, admini- strators, and teachers have taught us in applying good condi- tioned responses. Our education, when used effectively as an armor, shall aid us in confronting many doubts and failures-experience and insight act as shield and sword. As we are about to step into the Future, we shall strive to fulfill the capacities of which We are capable. DEDICATIO We, the Seniors, dedicate this 1965 Tigerama to "Our Future Memories". After we have gained years and knowl- edge, a retrospect on our high school days will bring a sense of nostalgia and a small emptiness in our hearts. And perhaps We'l1 review the building blocks of our lives that were manufactured at Triton Central High. fs fil- V ' ,ep A gg ii OF UNDERSTANDING NOT BE PUT UUT. A V X z D M HGPI G AND PLANNING Herman Gray, Chalmer Miller, Thomas Pfendler Charles Phares, Joseph Rice, Jerry Shaw FOR OUR DREAMS OF THE FUTURE "THEY ARE AS A LAMP UNTO OUR FEET' ADMINISTRATORS AID IN SCHOOL OPERATIONS . . . WILLIAM CURRY WILLIAM BRECK Superintendent Principal I 1 F f if I DOROTHY HASLER DOROTHY FREY Secretary to the Superintendent Secretary to the Principal FA T, EFFICIE T, Joe Stone, Wayne Everhart Harold Whitley, Glenn Perry, Irvin Gambrel, Denzil Smith, Byron Schwier, Ray Wilkins, Harry Lawrence, Herman Till Mohr. Mildred Perry, Mary Atkins, Helen Run' ERVICE FOR OUR DAILY EED u, Forrest Updegraff, Noah Brooks, Wayne Mohr, Kent Kaster, 'ge Mohr, William Beynon, Ed Harlamert, Lester Miller, Harley l an Rice, Marciel Lane Deloris Faulkner I SHALL LIGHT THE CANDLE OF WHICH SHALL NOT BE PUT OUT ARRICK, RONALD L. Purdue University Vocational Agriculture General Agriculture BASTIAN, NANCY C. Purdue University Home Economics BRIDGEWATER, LUCY A. Manchester French English CALLIS, ARVIL R. Oak land City College English Drama DoBB1Ns,ARTHUR D. yy Concord College - Social Studies L ' I Track, Cross Country Coach ,'iii ef A I 'Maeva ir 4' ll at Physical Education V :, i,,g gg, O GILLIEM, LESTER G University of Illinois Spanish English i il 'iri i bil- Q Q. ' GOSSAGE, CAROL Franklin College Physical Education Health Civics HASLER, MARGARET Butler University John Heron Art School Art HUNT, PHIL Oakland city College Jr. and Sr. Mathematics JOHN, LOWELL Purdue University Algebra - Mathematics JONES, BILL Indiana State Teachers' College Industrial Arts Printing - Drafting JUDAH, ROBERT Indiana University Biology, Physics, General Science Junior High Coach LAWHEAD, BONNIE Indiana State Teachers' College Home Economics Science McDANIEL, DEANNA Indiana State Teachers' College Commerce UNDERSTANDING IN THINE HEART, Anonymous McFERRAN, JANICE Butler University History, Political Science McILREE, ALMA Oakland City College Latin I-II English McKINNEY, EUNICE Franklin College English MENDENHALL, DONAL Franklin College History, Arithmetic Assistant Coach MENDENHALL, SHIRLEY Franklin College English, Commerce MILLER, JAMES L. Indiana University Music, History, Geography ROSS MARION A .y,,. I .,,..,, I ' - , I 1 lil? Indiana State Teachers' College I I V Guidance, Commerce . SAVINI, LEWIS Indiana University Commerce SCOTT, WYNEMA Franklin College Science, Mathematics Guidance STIN ER, WAYNE Ball State Teachers' College Junior and Senior Band THRUSTON, DAN Ball State Teachers' College U. S. History, Indiana History Geography TRESSLAR, JOHN R. Franklin College Junior High Math, General Science TUDOR, MARVIN B utler University Government, Drivers Education Head Coach WHI'1"INGER, FRANCES Butler University Library HGH SQHSUL 'ESFEQS wfx, 3 Sw 5 , Q . ' , 1 wi . , 1-.. -- li ' KK'.. ::L K Q' A .api T K' Tk ' It LL Q Km? ,,h, 1 gh 5 Zn W Vs V Q-- 4 my Qfivfjrg I W .,. . ,L, i ii, ' k k,kkkbk ' x 'V . AN an 5: - 4 - , , Qs A -X X. - M5 ex - + , A 1 ni. Rafi? A m. ,w Q S, 41 344 THE MIND. JUST AS THE TREECS' INCLINED. U N D E R C L Sandra Adkins Brenda Bader Stephen Banker Sherri Barlow Jolm Begley Benny Bolling, Andy Borisenko Patsy Bowman Steven Brockman Garry Brown June Canada Patty Capiw Robert Cheek Faye Cooper Kay Cravens Dennis Dickerson Ken Dickman Ronald Dillender Billy Dusenbury Samuel Eason Michaelynn Fisher .................. '. . President Marvin Lucas ....... .... V ice-President Chris Rickard . . . ....... Secretary Linda Helms .... ................... T reasurer 1 'WOT BY YEARS, i IS WISDOM 4 B UT BY DISPOSITION ACQ UIREDY' Platus Bruce Eck Norma Eck Richard Esters Patricia Everhart Sharon Fisher David Fulkerson Paul Zahand Roy Ginn Linda Glackman Elizabeth Haddix Ralph Harper Cheryl Harry Judy Hensen Steve Howard Carl Huffman Cheryl Huffman Charles Johnson Michael J ordan Vicki Kehrt Donald Kimbler Ronald King George Lahey Vicki Larrison Duaine Law Ed Lay Terry MacDonald Gary Mallory Sharon Martz Judy Mason Carole McCalip Dea McLean Zelda Meece Gwendolyn Miller Patsy Murnan Sylvia Needler William Nickel Beverly Paris Ingrid Parker Diana Parsely Clarence Perry Linda Piatt DeVaudo Pittman Lois Poynter Connie Pryor , ..1 Steve Quarazzo Pamela Roberts Joyce Russell Pamela Russell Sarah Shaw Harry Shelby Shirley Shelton Brenda Stoneking Larry Storm Suzanne Strotman Larry Suits Rebecca Taylor Sheryl Thayer Ann Thompson David Trickey Jerry Trimble Vicki Walton Michael Weaver Jim Weddel Donna Wehr Richard Wettfer Sharon Whitinger David Witham Judy Wright Brenda Yonts Darlene Day P"E-'i9f'i ll . if X Yr 35 TRITON BOOSTERS Scofields Sandman's Bros. Fleming Jewelry Shelby Paint Sz Wallpaper Melba's Beauty Shop Mueller's Body Shop Whitsel Grocery Ricky Hite Coffman's Variety Kuhns Radio Sz T. V. Whitts Cafe Smitty's Gulf Service Foster's Pure Oil Wilson's Bait 85 Tackle Shop Quality Farm Supply Crosby's Barber Shop Mr. Sz Mrs. Morris Elmore Mr. 8a Mrs. Wayne Shaw Rodgers Bros. Fleming Furniture Harris Printing Co. Mr. 8z Mrs. Donald C. Smith Triton Central Chapter F.F.A. John Bush Mr. 8z Mrs. Harry H. Montel Bigger Burger Drive-In Mr. Judah Alta Bruton Mrs. Evelyn Guiler Hubs Shoe Store Mr. Sz Mrs. James Patterson Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Greenfield, Indiana Finly, Indiana London, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Carolton, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Morristown, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Greenwood, Indiana Fairland, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Shelbyville, Indiana Dale Wright Steven Abel Jeannette Ann Able James Achors Mike Allen Charles Armstrong Kenney Baures Machelle Bayless Sheila Bevers Keith Bewley Donna Biggs Charlotte Bolling William Bowers Peggy Bowman Marjorie Brooks Belinda Callahan Martha Ann Carroll Rita Clark Harold Cox Donnie Crahson Sarah Woodall ........................ President Rhonda Taylor . . . .... Vice-President Dianna Abel .... ...... S ecretary Patsy Witt .... ................. T reasurer "OBSER VE THE ASK AND ,.,, , ,fa-pw' aw' ai 1 . F wy afffr:- , f ir? I OPPOR T UNI TYg LEARN ." E-M Terry Curry Jenice Elmore Linda Engle David Frey Wanda Ginn Betty Gumm Barbara Harrell Karen Henderson Damon Hill Bobby House Sandra Jenkins Wanda Jenkins Marlene Kaster Donald Keel Darvin Kelly Helen Lahey Vicky Lane Shirley Lowe Paul Lyke Jeff Maurice Susanna McClain Barbara McNew Halcie Miller Lester Miller Linda Mohr Paul Mohr Anna Nemeth Nancy Parsley Glenna Perry Joyce Perry Janet Persinger Pamela Philpot Mitchell Pittman Stan Pryor Roger Pursley Fred Ramp Dennis Richards John Ricker Danny Robinson Gary Ross Patricia Rush Steve Seniour Steve Shaw Arthur Shelton Randy Sinclair Bill Sodrel Cathy Speece Bill Stoops Bill Strotman Steve Sutton Gladys Swearinger Bill Wetter Sharon Thayer Linda Upton Linda Van Hook Linda Walters Sammy Washburn Anna Weaver Barbara Wells Joy Wilkins Robert Carroll W 352 AUTOGRAPH AUTOGRAPHS James Adkins John Alexander Deborah Banker James Bass Sharlene Betz Shirley Burns Vicki Burns Sharon Camden Charles Campbell Linda Canada Thomas Pfendler Larry Cecil David Champa Philip Cherry Sonny Copeland Sharon Crafton David Davis Tim Decker Debbie Denton Robert Dickerson Larry Helms .......................... President Steve Crafton ....... ..... V ice-President Debbie Williams .... ....... S ecretarjy Carla Fisher ...... ................. T reasurer l "A GOOD MIND A POSSESSES KINGDOM ." Dhyestes Sherry Dusenbury David Eastridge Ronnie Elkins Kathy Evans Scott Ford Marsha Ginn Nancy Gunderman Linda Hawes Steve Henson Joseph Hilt Harry Hite Patty Holdren Daniel Holt David Holt Carolyn Mason Steven Yeley Arthur Lahey Charles Larrison Barbara Law Claudia Law Marvin Law Russell Lord Linda Mardis Herbert McClain Roger McNew David Miller Donald Miller Judy Miller Larry Mills Patricia Monroe Jenni Sue Needler Marsha Nicholson Mike Norris Alleen Ollia Dana Parker Susan Parker Sandra Phares William Philpot Shirley Pitzer Terry Platt Betty Ricker Diane Ross James Rupe Ron Schweir Harry Seaton Terry Seaton Pauletta Shipley Deborah Shultz Michael Smith Danny Stainbrook Lois Stainbrook Thomas Spurling Linda Squires Linda Stickford V. Stickford Donna Suits Steve Tatum James Trimble Beverly Walters Judy Waltz Iris Washburn Terry Weaver 'NE Kenny Wesley Lonnie Williams Bill Wright Steve Yeley .., an ' L ll -Ln' ' ul 2:21 Ullf l .- Q- . l WZ-, ,fe , Q IMI: .I :gm lilllli' U ilu -f: ULF 0. -n' :-e, C Ill - AUTOGRAPHS Gene Bauers Jerry Bauers Larry Bevers Darlene Bowman Tim Breeden Alta Burton Joyce Callaway Michael Carr Patricia Carroll John Coy John Danner Dennis Deiwert Clara Derringer Kathy Emerick Larry Fair Gregg Faulconer Mark Fisher Randy Fulkerson Richard Fulkerson Deborah Callaway Brenda Kirby, Sherry Crafton, Glenda Barker Cheryl Carnine, Presidentg David Gilliem, Vice Presidentg Donna Lawrence, Secretaryg Becky Stocklin, Treasurer. 'NOTHING IS BUT THAT IT S0 DIFFICULT .ev 4, Christine Gray Steve Hamner Arthur Harkema Jill Hartman Richard Hill Frances House Jesse House Imel Douglas Grady Johns Bonnie Johnson Linda Jones Kent Keel Debra Kehrt Terry King Joe Kroening Richard Lane Lyle Lepper Sally Loder Donald Inrd Ray Lowe MAY BE FOUND OUT BY SEEKING" Terence Frances Lucas James Lucas Linda Mabry Sara Mahley David Mardis Candy May Kerry May Ora McClain Rosa Meece Linda Miller Melvin Miller Mickey Miller Ronnie Miller Fannie Morton Norman Morton Kathy Nickel Robert Olinger Daniel Osborn Kyle Pauls George Perkinson Mike Perkinson Margaret Phares Tony Philpot Eloise Piatt Betty Pittman Linda Pursley Linda Ramp Lyna Ray Linda Schoolcraft William Scott Judy Settles Sandra Shaw Marcia Sinclair Deborah Smith Paul Smith Maureen Speitel Nancy Squires Philip Stainbrook Johnny Sboops Mike Suits Janet Sutton Shirley Thrasher Ronda Thurston Marcus Tresslar David Tucker Jane Valentine Stephen Vaught Nicholette Weddel Tom Wehr Johnny White Faye Williams Mark Williams Brenda Witham Wilma Wright Marsha Yonts Larry Allison Bill Achors AUTGGRAPHS Jone Ann Adkins Carlos Allen Debra Allen Rosalin Amick Ralph Armstrong Terri Bartley Linda Merry Nancy Berkheimer Tony Brandenburg William Bullock Debra Callahan Barbara Canada Kenneth Cochran Tony Cooley Vicky Cox Roberta Crum Jay Curry Joel Tresslar Jim Dill Kenneth Eason Kent Tresslar ............. Q wtf yew C' Nz 3 A ' fe A , wk . X, 'li if ..........President George Rauschaupt ...... ...... V ice-President Debra Dickerson ...................... Secretary Sandra Bennett ...................... Treasurer "THE DIRECTION IN STARTS A MAN HIS FUTURE WHICH EDUCATION WILL DETERMINE LIFE." Plato Donald Eastridge Tamera Eckstine Mary Ensminger Karen Evans Lawrence Evans Jeanne Everhart Tom Frey Kent Gambrel Martha Gammon Mary Gammon Diana Gardner Gregory Gay Patty Gibbs Robert Gibson Doug Green Debra Gustafson Freddie Hamilton Steven Hargrave Ronnie Hargrove Tom Hargrove Gary Harris Beth Hawes Sandra Hendricks David Hill Sandra Hill Sharon Hill Deborah Hogue Janet Hopper Pamela Howard Jean Husted Bonita Jeffries Owen Johnson Janie Keel Teresa Kerht Jeannie Knoy J immy Kroening Gregg Larrison Jim Larrison Colleen Law Audrie Mallory Randy May Jack McAlister Wanda McNew J immy Melton Bruce Miller Gary Miller Richard Miller William Miller Robert Mullen William Moore Larry Morgan Karen Olinger William Ollis Brenda Owens Jeffrey Owens Dona Parott Karen Parsley Maurine Perry Daniel Philpot Wanda Pittman Michal Poynter Sandra Ramp Ralph Ray Charles Ricker Larry Pruitt Kathy Robinson Roselita Rupe Esther Russell John Scott .James Shaw Donna Sheets Loretta Shipley Gregory Smith Nancy Snyder Karen Sparks Gary Spears Robert Speece David Stainbrook Gerald Stickford Mike Stoneking Steven Suits Larry Sutton Michael Swearingen Steve Thrasher James Tolen David Valentine Daniel Varner Jearmette Wagner Jimmie Weaver David White Steve White Dawn Williams l..,, w ig, AUTOGRAPH Geraldine Williams Cecil Woodall Gary Wright Diane Carroll Shirley Carroll Beverly Hill i Q wp.: if H fa a mv 1. .1 M .. ,, M ff vf ' N .3 f 1- -V K hw an K t 5 kbt: ,... 'j W 5 Q 'f E 3 af - i " W? if-fa QF 4 , . Ass .. f -M TO BE FUUND IN SOCIAL IN ISOLATED INDIVIDUAL EFFORT. . . . Dostoyevsky A C T IV I T1 E S ANNUAL Front row, left to right: Ethel Eads, Ifinda Allen, Mary Alice Phares, Linda Hite, Gloria Elmore. Back row: Mr. Savini, Sponsor, Cindy Scoville, Karen Smith, Manlynn Norris, Alan Amick, Rod Duncan, Editor, Carol Bassett. Betty Mason, Assistant Editor. The annual has three basic functions: 1. It is a pictorial record of school life and student accomplishments for the year. 2. Essentially it is a memory book. 3. It is to serve as a public relations tool for the school to the community. The cooperation of everyone in the school is required to accomplish these functions. The recognition for putting together the ideas and materials of this year's book is given to the individual staff members. Left to right: Lewis Savini, Sponsor, Rod Duncan, Editor, Betty Mason, Assistant Editor. EWSPAPER Seated, left to right: Beverly Crum, Francine Collier, Randy Young, Cheryl Coers. Standing, Front row: Kay Witham, Sue Bewley, Carol Ollis, Leilani Wright, Ruth Stainbrook. Standing, Back row: Jane Patterson, Richard Hargrove, Norman Lahey, Ike Wells, Rick Cooley. This year "Tiger Talk" had a new look. The staff decided to change from mimeographing of the paper to offset printing. This enabled the paper to contain pictures and present a neater appearance. Businesses were encouraged to help support the school paper along with student subscriptions. This plan worked out successfully and the paper was able to finance itself. News was reported by the staff members and class and activity reporters con- scientiously. The objectives of the newspaper are to make the paper a written record of all school activi- ties, to contain interesting and entertaining fea- tures, and to encourage and develop writing and school support and interest. Left to right: Susan Brodnax, Mrs. McDaniel, Nancy Buehling T Front row, left to right: Given Miller, Secretaryg Karen Parsley, Millie Everhart, Donna Parrott, Mar- lene Kasber. Second row: Stephen Vaught, Tom Larrison, Marcia Sinclair, Ron Schiveir, Tom Pfendler. Third row: Billy Bob Scott, David Witham, David Frey, Randy Sinclair, Jim Dill. Fourth row: Steve Brockman, President, Wayne Suits, Treasurerg Jim Alexander, Bill Lane. Left to right: Vicki Walton, Kay Cravens, Linda Rund, Linda Allen, Tina Johnson, Randy Young, Susan Brodnax, Cindy Scoville, Linda Hite. Left to right: Brenda Bader, Francine Collier, Mrs. Whitinger, sponsor, Darlene Pauls, Donna Wehr, Phyllis Larrison, Michaelynn Fisher, Jane Patterson, Alan Amick, Tina Johnson, Dennis Havely, Marijo Pfendler, Johnson, Harry Shelby, Diana Persinger, Chris Rickard. Mrs. Perry, Karen Smith, Gloria Elmore MMAKER5 K' 3 ,-I mf, - f J: Si NEW YN ill . CQ- Q lc: 'Z' 1 ,7 if Z' ffl 2 f . 110 LA- V 6 Q I sf 14 ' o 4 x 0 OFFICERS: Seated, left to right: Mrs. Lawhead, Judy Harrell, JoAnn Kimbler, Marilynn Norris, Linda Helms, Mrs. Bastian. Standing: Mary VanHook, Nancy Buelhing, Liz Haddix, Becky Taylor, Mary House, Carol Ollis. F. H. A. F. H. A. Mrs. Scott, Sponsorg Tina Johnson, Pres.g Linda Rund, V. Pres.g Michaelynn Fisher, Secretaryg Cindy Sooville, Treasurer, Sylvia Needler, Recording Secretary, Susan Brodnax, Reporterg Marijo Pfendler, Chaplaing Connie Pryor, Pianistg Ila Asberry, Chorester. CREED With love in my heart, forgetting self, and with charity for all, I will make the object of my life help- fulness and kindness to others. I shall try to fit myself to give intelligent service in making my com- munity a safer and more beautiful place in which to live. Thus will my own life become rich and complete. S NSHI E OCIETY SUNSHI E Left to right: Mary Alice Phares- Secretary, Michealyn Fisher- Point Captain, Linda Helms- Treasurer, Mrs. Gossage- Sponsor, Norma Eck-Reporter, Ila Asberry-President, Gloria Elmore-Vice President. PEP CLUB Front row: Chris Rickard, Treasurerg Norma Eck, Secretary. Back row: Jane Patterson, V-Pres.g Bill Lane, Pres.g Mrs. Gossage, Sponsor. Left to right: T. Pfendler, D. Wright, B. Miller, L. Rice. Left to right: D. Law, L. Rice, J. Alexander, B. Miller. I VU Q ED 5 TI CG FJ First row, left to right: P. Mohi T. Phendler. Second row: L. Mi Storm, D. Miller, D. Wright. 'Il C. Huffman, S. Abel, D. Hill, G. Bra Rice, W. Suits. ' N Lel Do. Eag Liv 1 mmm i 5' :r P9 I no 5 EA. Left to right: P. Mohr, R. Schwier, T. Pfendler, D. Wright, H. Shelby, W. Suits, P Zahnd, Ron Arrick, Sponsor. D. Eaters, M. Law, D. Eastridge oops, J. Alexander, B. Eck, Ll -I. Shelby, R. Pursley, D. Bennett, lhnd, R. Schwier, B. Miller, L. J 1 'e 3 TRITONS "Suit the action to the word, the word to the actiong with this special o'erstep not the modesty of nature - hold, as 'twere, the mirror up to nature 439- i uirfssiix 5 L L lxb t observance, that you as Left to right: Mr. Callis, sponsor, Wayne Suits, Vice Presidentg Susan Brodnax, Presidentg Carol Bassett, Treasurerg Marijo Pfendler, Secretaryg Bill Lane, Reporter. SPANISH CLUB We have a membership of 35 students which is quite an increase over the previous year. Our goal is to spread Spanish culture, not only to the members of our club, but throughout the entine community, Left to right: John Skinner, Reporterg Gary Mallory, Secretary, Marilynn Norris, President, Wanda Jenkins, Vice President, Debbie Williams, Treasurer. LATIN CLUB The objectives of the Triton Central Latin Club are to bring about a better understanding of ancient civilization and to provide a means of learning more about how Latin lives today not only in literature but also in modern concepts of government, law, science, medicine, engineering, and the Romance languages. While accomplishing these objectives, we enjoy a friendly association of which we would otherwise be deprived. I.-4 First row, left to right: Wayne Adkins, Barbara Harrell, Donnie Crafton, Dianne Persinger, Marvin Lucas. Second row: Jeanette Able, Donna Biggs, Anna Nemeth, Arthur Shelton, David Frey, Marlene Kas- ber, Carol Bassett, Nancy Parsley. Arthur Shelton, Vice Presi- dentg David Frey, Secretary Carol Bassett, President Mrs. Bridgewater, sponsor , f , ,ii Miss Hasler-Sponsor, Rick Cooley-President, Doris Edmonds-Vice- President, Susan Brodnax Secretary-Treasurer. In high school om' art courses are set up to gain the most from the imagination. Art is a way of visualizing experience through imagination and feeling. It fosters creativity and develops self direction. The art courses strive to release tensions and fear and to give students confidence in them- selves. Row one, left to right: Francine Collier, Cindy Scoville, Vicki Larrison, Cheryl Harry, Brenda Bader, Karen Smith, Linda Hite, Betty Mason. Row two: Patsy Bowman, Michelyn Fisher, Linda Rund, Marijo Pfendler, Tina Johnson, Gwen Miller, Sharon Whitinger, Susan Brodnax, Vicki Kehrt, Kay Witham, Ila Asberry, Sylvia Needler, Cheryl Coers. Row three: Jerry Trimble, Mike Wells, Mary Alice Phares, Jane Patterson, Alan Amick, Ken Dickman, Steve Brockman, Rod Duncan, Norma Eck, Ron Myers, Dave Trickey, Bill Lane. NATIONAL 'fThe emblem of this Society is -the keystone and x I flaming torch. The keystone bears at its base the letters X , C, S, L, and S, which stand for the four cardinal principles - 5 , of its organization: Character, Scholarship, Leadership, 1 1 L and Service. This is the emblem of our purpose. To bear 9 - Y forward the searching light of truth, to lead that others iq may follow in the light, to keep burning in our school a high ambition for the enduring values of life, and to serve S -these purposes are symbolized in the torch, the eternal light of knowledge." Row one, left to right: Cherly Coers-Secretary-Treasurer, Wayne Stiller Jane Patterson-President, Mary Alice Phares-Vice-Presi- dent. Row two: Sylvia Needler-Manager, Cheryl Harry- Manager, Stan Pryor-Manager. Jenice Elmore-Drum Majorette. Left to right: Judy Miller, Barbara Harrell, Gwen Miller, Jenice Elmore, Judy Harrell, Sharon Thayer Sue Bewely. Row one, left to right: Carol Bassett, Sylvia Needler, Cindy Scoville, Cheryl Harry, Mr. Wayne Stiner, Sponsor. Row two: Jeb Bass, Marlene Kaster, Wayne Atkins, Larry Fair, David Champa, Jane Patterson. Left to right: Marijo Pflender, Connie Pryor, Sheryl Thayer, Gwen Miller, Carol Bassett, Phillip Cherry John Hite, Ron Myers, Ken Dickrnan, George Lahey, David Champa, Barbara Wells, Sharon Thayer June Canada, Glena Perry. K' Q, Wm 91 Q Rl 1 W 41511 : - gi? 5 51: 2:5 uk :: n nn n ,, 7 n H 'z - I 5 kL:,,u K ,, 5 VE I.- L nn n 4,1 n i N ' -1 '43 jjjiix ...i -TQ.. . , ' E' fr., 'A'J"K, . H . n , nnnn nnnn J n . n 4 K A ' ' n n Left to right: Connie Pryor, Leilani Wright, Darlene Pauls, Ken Dickman. The Volunteer Nurses' Aid group is truly a service organization. Four Triton girls give two hours of their time each Wednesday evening to assist the nurses at Major Hospital in caring for the patients. NURSES AIDS TUDE T TEACHER , -..lai1.. ,M :- .' ff' 'Q-N 71331 , 4.4 - .01 -g"" -71,5 'g dx Q Mr. Dick Staats Ls a 1961 graduate of Shelbyville High School. He has completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Studies from Ball State University. Mr. Staats completed his student teaching for eight weeks during the past year under the supervision of Mrs. McFerran and Mr. Mendenhall. ' ,ig-.La 'J' K, Mr. Ken Hardwick is a 1961 graduate of Triton Central High School. He has completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Studies from Ball State University. Mr. Hardwick com- pleted his student teaching for eight weeks during the past year under the supervision of M rs. McFerran and Mr. Mendenhall. Left to right: Bob Crafton, Steve Brockman, Ken Dickman, Steve Howard, Bob Rowe, Norman Lahey, Ron Drake Jim Alexander Mike Wells, Roger Shelton. ' ' It's a fact that when five great individuals form a team in the seventh grade and play ball together through their senior years, there will be a great team. Proof: The Triton Tiger team, who meets these specifications, was one of Hoosierdom's unbeatens in regular season play. A most remarkable record remains, 21 victories and "one tie!" Ila Asberry, Marijo Pflender, Nancy Buehling, Vicki Larrison. Coach Marvin Tudor Games Name Wells Rowe Crafton Drake Lahey Dickman Alexander Howard Abel ' Brockman R. Shelton Witham D. Crafton Curry A. Shelton Trimble Triton Summary Visitors Summary One of the biggest forces behind the team is Coach Tudor. Many have made places for him in their hearts, and he will always be to us "Our Coach-the best in the land." TRITON 1964-65 SUMMARY WON 21 LOST 1 FG 199- 389 98- 183 115- 224 86- 174 72- 132 51- 112 15- 41 8- 18 4- 10 5- 11 4- 18 1- 1 1- 1 0- 2 0- 2 0- 0 659-1320 512-1275 Free Pct. Throw .512 147-164 .535 78-107 .513 42- 57 .494 50- 83 .545 38- 68 .455 31- 43 .365 21- 27 .444 4- 12 .400 10- 10 .454 4- 7 .222 5- 9 1.000 5- 6 1.000 2- 3 .000 4- 4 .000 3- 4 .000 0- 0. .499 445-609 .401 288-449 Pct. .893 .728 .736 .602 .558 .720 .777 .333 1.000 .571 .555 .833 .666 1.000 .750 .000 .730 .639 Reb 59 222 40 135 189 74 29 21 18 12 5 1 1 808 585 . Reb. Assist Err. Total Average Class 133 62 545 Se 83 46 275 102 38 272 70 50 222 72 45 182 32 19 133 13 15 51 3 6 20 2 4 18 4 2 14 5 8 13 1 1 7 1 4. 1 4 0 2 3 2 Ave.13.5 525 299 1763 1372 24.7 n. 12.5 Sen. 12.3 Sen. 10.1 Sen. 8.2 Sen. 6.0 Jun. 2.8 Sen. 1.3 Jun. 1.7 Soph 1.0 Jun. 1.2 Sen. 7.0 Jun. 2.0 Soph 2.0 Soph 1.5 Soph Jun. 80.1 60.1 OLD "PRO " GUIDE Bob Rowe Roger Shelton CENTRA P ' Q 00 I ' 'Eg n : lla l lil S ik-m '69 49 Q' L GPX BY COUNTY G all I IA Q ' . , . . ..4.. - l u i Mike Wells '-3 Q 1 ir 1' Q, 41 fggw xf ,lv g xx I I i353 nxN - Sa ,LQ Q, . '2m 2, 'jf V ' .L1, . 52125 4 E , l i f X f , , My 'V A'-Whig H gs? fy f gp, ,ar 'l i vm? " "' QQLTU4 fx? , S, , "gb ,Af gpm K l :rx . 4 ' "Vg -fi 3 ri .-" . Q ' . 1 L 4., , -QL M, - , , , . 'f- 1 hi +1 9- JE-V T' .ln : fig . L ' 1 v as 'fialf ga: D -4 535. RE ERVE TEAM First row, left to right: Terry Curry, David Witham, Arthur Shelton, David Frey, Donnie Crafton, Dale Wright. Second row: Jerry Trim- ble, Steve Howard, Steve Abel, J eff Maurice, Benny Bolling, Steve Brockman, Russell Bowers. Linda Glackman and J enice Elmore. Joy Wilkins was absent. FRESHMEN HOW PROMISE Row one, left to right: Ronnie Elkins, Larry Helms. Row 2: Rex Parker, Steve Crafton, Sonnie Copeland, Mike Smith, Mike Norris, Ron McCalip, Author Lahey, David Champa, Tim Decker, Charles Cambell, Jim Trimble, Larry Mills, David Miller. i Coach: Don Mendenhall Front to back: Debra Williams, Patty Holdren. THE HOPE OF BEOOMI G A STAR First row, left to right: Danny Osborn, Mike Perkinson, Bob Olinger, Bob Speecee, Manager: Bob Scott, Marc Tresslar, Terry King. Second row: Art Harkema, Tony Philpot, Lyle Lepper, GRADE + EQUALS Kerry May, Phil Stainbrook, Mark Fisher, Larry Bevers. l CHEERLEADERS: Debbie Kerht, Kyle Pauls. FILL THE HEART OF EACH GRADE PRGMISE FILLS THE HEART OF EACH First row, left to right: Randy Scott, Jay Curry, Greg Gay, Manager Bop Speeoe, Kent 'Press- lar, Doug Green, Gary Wright, Dave Valentine. Second row: Tony Brandenburg, Bob llglullenmigm Melton, Tom Fry, Tom Hargrove, Steve Suits, Larry Morgan, Kent Gambel, ruce 1 er. Bob Judah . C uach rx Z a ' :"' J is Gee-, .Nz ' 1 , I xl I Q f Xb I , I Aix Q it S, fi if ji T I T 1 ga X sv ' 5, eg N First row, left to right: Larry Helms, Terry Curry, Tim Decker, Steve Crafton, Roger Shelton, Arthur Shelton Bob Crafton, David Frey, Mike Wells. Second row: Mr. Mendenhall, Russell Bower, Steve Howard, Harry Shelby, Ron Drake, Ken Dickman, Ralph Lowe, Dennis Creed, Donnie Crafton, Darvin Kelly, Mr. Tudor. 1 .A ax, -A i 1 M M 1 ' ' gg' i e ylesy .,, , 5 X i l 5 L, x , is ,V kzyy tx 1: 5 Y aa . Mike Wells Ron Drake Ken Dickman OPPONENT Hauser f New Palestine Brown County f .Southwestern 1 + Waldron f + Morristown + Southwestern + Waldron + Morristown + Mike Wells Ken Dickman BASEBALL STATI TIC 1 Mid Hoosier Conference Games + County Games Crafton Curry Dickman Drake Lowe Wells Howard R. Shelton A. Shelton Frey Bowers Creed Totals Wells Dickman A. Shelton AB 8-31 4-26 16-30 12- 28 6- 26 14- 31 9- 25 9- 26 5- 20 2- 4 1- 2 0- 1 86-250 IP 33119 2436 1 59 Baseball 1964 PLACE T SCORE V Here 24 1 Here Wells no hitter 6 1 There 8 0 There 8 1 Here 17 5 There 3 7 Here 5 1 There 12 0 Here 3 4 Record 7-2 Mid Hoosier Conference Champion 4-0 County-Co Champion 4-2 Fall of 1964 PCT. R 2B 3B HR W K HB .258 8 1 1 V - 4 6 1 .153 4 2 - 1 5 9 1 .533 14 1 2 1 5 2 - .428 1 1 3 1 2 4 1 1 .230 9 - - - 4 7 - .451 8 3 1 2 2 5 - .360 14 1 1 1 6 5 2 .346 8 3 1 - 3 4 2 .250 8 - 1 - 5 7 - .500 0 1 - - 1 1 .500 1 ---- 1 - .000 ---- 1 - - .344 85 15 8 7 39 49 8 PITCHING Complete Record: Won 73 Lost 2 H W K E R R W-L 17 10 52 5 12 4-1 16 12 38 4 8 3-1 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 35 22 90 9 20 7-2 ' Q Am Q A- V 'U P 'Li lg H V I I, 4 2 H , Q: ffx, -sly J UNIGR HIGH TRACK QNX x rf X These prospectable cindermen give us great hope for f P 4 years to come. They are young and learning in hopes of I filling the "shoes" of the old timers who will soon be gone. I In 1 V' A ! Z 'SGI lb I M I B' ml T 3 XRITUH .1 . QQMDN 5 , mm' W WW XRITW Q Q U 'img 'Www f qbj- num' WW mlm' Y Y 1111101 TRIM XRXTON -.4 51 L Row one, left to right: Joe Hilt, Larry Helms, Jim Trimble, Tom Pflender, Steve Crafton. Row two: John Ragin, Paul Mohr, John Skinner, David Trickey, Danny Gannon, David Miller, Dave Davis, Larry Mills. Row three: Dick Williams, Darryl Goodaker, Jim Cheek, Sam Washburn, Clarence Perry, Ron McCalip, Oscar Lahey, Tom Spurling. Row one, left to right: Dick Esters, Denny Havely. Row two: Steve Howard, Norman Lahey, Jin Alex- ander, Ken Dickman. i First row, left to right: Bruce Eck, Jerry Trimble, John Hilt, Rex Parker, Manager. Second row: Steve Able, Ike Wells, Norm Lahey, Arthur Lahey, Manager. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Norm Lahey was our outstanding runner of the year, and he received the most valuable player award. New Palestine 64 Triton 40 Triton 33 Moorsville 22 Triton 45 Hauser 51 Triton 60 Southwestern 27 Triton 53 Brown County 26 Triton 18 Clark 37 Triton 18 Waldron 37 Triton 32 Moorsville 24 In Cross Country the LOWEST score wins! Southwestern Morristown Whiteland Morgantown Left to right, row one: Tom Pfendler, Larry Helms, Ricky Weaver, Bobby Dickerson, Rex Parker. Row two: David Miller, Steve Crafton Jim Trimble, Mike Norris, Larry Mills, Tom Spurling. FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Triton 19 Waldron 38 County Meet S.W. 38 Triton 43 Morristown 53 Waldron 82 There was only one meet besides the county meet. Varsity-Freshman Coach: Art Dobbins. 2 First row, front to back: Dennis Dickerson, Dick Esters, Mike Murnan, Bob Crafton, Terry Curry, Ralph Lowe, Dennis Creed, David Weaver, Rodney Duncan, Roy Ginn, Steve Howard. Second row: Rex Parker, Paul Molu-, Jim Trimble, Author Shelton, John Hilt, Bill Lane, Dennis Havely, Jerry Trimble, Don Crafton, Darwin Kelley, Benny Bolling. Third row: Ken Dickman, Jim Alexander, Steve Able, Norman Lahey, Bob Rowe, Ike Wells, Gary Mallory, Ron Drake, Ronnie Myers, Mike Wells, Roger Shelton. The Lettermen's Club at Triton Central is a group of those boys who have Varsity letters in Basketball, Baseball, Track, Cross-Country, or Managing. They work at various times during the year to earn money for their athletic fund. Some of their projects this year were selling Triton linc license plates and sweat shirts. They, with the help of Mr. Tudor, have done .much for Triton Central. Left to right: Ron Myers, Treasurer, Roger Shelton, Secretary, Mike Wells, Vice President, Ron Drake, President. Left to right: Vicki Larrison, Pam Russell, Linda Glackman, Linda Rund, Susan Brodnax, Jim Cheek, Steve Brock- man, Alan Amick, Jerry Trimble, Rodney Duncan, and John Skinner. Bob Judah and Wynema Scott, Sponsorsg Alan Amick, Presidentg Rod Duncan, Vice President, Linda Rund, Secretary-Treasurer. Our Science Club at Triton Central is now in its infant stage. Being formed this year, it is growing rapidly. Club members choose a project having to do with one of the sciences and work on it in their spare time. The Clubs main goal is to further the scientific knowledge of the students through outside research. r' "A ff 5' ,,,,. ,. 1 ., -4.?-qgrgpgwruiiyk k I f x SCAR TISS UE OF INTELLIGENCE . . . Gleason S E N I O R S i I QGHT l The class of 1965 honored last year's seniors' Triton Central. "Moonlight and Roses" was the th by "The Down Beats" while everyone danced un atmosphere and a huge shining moon illumi three-tiered, white-columned portico while Qi was, indeed, a night to remember. The girls are, left to right: Carol Ollis, Linda I-lite, Nancy Buehli ANO 019 fp of the most exciting proms ever to be held at truly romantic it was. Dreamy music was provided -to-life midnight blue sky. A garden scene added entire dance floor. The Prom Court stood on a rl ascended to her throne on a red carpet. This l Bassett, Queeng Mary Alice Phares, and Linda Allen. Q ,,-1 :Q ffl Baccalaureate Escorts and Ushers: Ron Myers, Tina Johnson, Denny Havley, Susan Brodnax, Roger Shelton, Cindy Scoville, Mike Wells. HO OR Alan Amick-representative to Boy's State. Tina J ohnson-SSS Girl of the Year. . , H f -- rf- f J' fl , '4 ' A T- L-N 5 A K' f Commencement Escorts and Ushers: Alan Amick, Linda Rund, Rod Duncan, Carol Bassett, Bill Lane, Kay Witham Marvin Waltz, Betty Mason. SE I ORS Linda Rund- D.A.R. award winner, representa- tive to Girl's State. Susan Brodnax-S.S.S. Queen. MYERS, RONALD EDWIN Class President 43 Annual Staff Photographer 33 Library Staff 1,23 Chorus 1,2,3,43 District Choral Festival 33 Swing Choir 3,43 Drama Club 2,3, 43 Spanish Club 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Letter-mens Club 2,3,43 Treasurer 43 Track Student Manager 1,23 Cross Country Student Manager 2,33 Boys State Alternate 33 F.F.A. Crop Judging 13 Land Judging 13 Forestry Judging 1,33 School Pho- tographer 3,42 Baccalaurate Escort 3g Science Club 4g National Honor Society 4. BRODNAX, SUSAN YVONNE Class Vice-President 43 Newspaper Staff Editor 43 S.S.S. 3,43 Reporter 43 Drama Club President 43 Vice-President 33 Pep Club 43 Girls State Alter- nate 33 Concessions 3g Bacculaureate Usher 33 Office Staff 43 National Honor Society 43 Trans- ferred from Fariland High School, Proctorville, Ohio. LARRISON, PHYLLIS ANN YOUNG RANDY BETH Class Secretary 43 Treasurer 13 S.S.S. 1,2,3,43 Newspaper Typist and Reporter 4 S S S 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 33 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Library Staff 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4Q Drama Club 34 Pep Club 1 23 Drama Club 33 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Nurses Aid 2,33 43 G.A.A. Treasurer 2 Office Staff 3 4 District F.H.A. 33 Concessions 33 Class Reporter 3. Convention 43 Concessions 3 ACHORS, JUDITH LEE ALEXANDER, JAMES E. Student Council 1,2,3,45 Letterman Club 3,45 Basketball 2,3, 45 Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 45 F.F.A., Secretary 2, Parliamen- tarian 3, Secretary 45 State F.F.A. Convention lDelegatel 3. S.S.S. 35 G.A.A. 2,35 F.H.A. 3,45 State Convention 35 Conces- sions 3. ALLEN, LINDA Annual Staff, Layout 45 S.S.S. l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,45 Bowling Team 15 Prom Court 35 Office Staf'f45 F.H.A. 35 F.H.A. Conven- tion 35 S.S.S. District Convention 15 S.S.S. Queen Candidate 15 Library 25 Majorette 25 Drama Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Nurse's Aid 25 F.H.A. Project Chairman 35 Concession 3. AMICK, ALAN C. Class President 15 Annual Staff 4, CAsst. layout editorbg Library Staff 45 Drama Club 45 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 1,25 Boy's State 35 Commencement Escort 35 Concessions 35 Science Club President 45 Honor Society 4. ASBERRY, ILA Sunshine 1,2,3,45 Pianist 2,35 State Convention 15 G.A.A. 1,2, 3,45 Bowling Team 15 Chorus Pianist 2,35 County Choral Festi- val, Drama Club 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Drama Club 2,3,45 Shelby- ville Reporter 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Sunshine District Convention 45 Cheerleader Convention 45 G.A.A. President 45 Honor Society 4. ALLISON, JANET K. Drama Club 45 Sunshine 45 Transferred from North Central. I BASS, GLENN V. Cross Country 25 Boy's Pep Club 1,2,3. BASSETT, CAROL Class Secretary 33 Annual Copy Editor 4g S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g S.S.S. District Convention 1,45 G.A.A. 1,2g Library Staff 2,45 Band Dis- trict Music Contest 1,2,3,4g Chorus 3g County Choral Festival 35 Special Ensemble 43 Dance Band Vocalist 3,4g Drama Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 43 Commencement Usher 3g French Club 43 Outstanding Student Award 3g French Club President 4g Na- tional Honor Society 4. BENNETT, DENNIS F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. BOGAN, JAMES Nw, BOWLING, WILLIAM H. BEWELEY, SUE LAVONNE Annual Staff, 4g Sunshine, 1,2,3,4g Chorus, 3g Majorette, 4 Drama Club, 49 Spanish Club, 43 Pep Club, 1,2,3,4g Concessions 3: CHEEK, JAMES F. BUEHLING, NANCY KAYE Class Secretary 1,25 Assistant Editor, Newspaper Staff 45 S.S. S. 1,2,3,4, State Convention 25 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Bowling Team 15 Library Staff 1,25 Drama Club 3,45 Pep Club Reporter 15 F.H.A. 3,45 Prom Court 35 G.A.A. Secretary 2,35 F.H.A. Recreation Leader 35 F.H.A. Treasurer 45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Cheer- leader's Convention 3,45 F.H.A. District Convention 35 F.H.A. District Officer's Convention 4. COERS, CHERYL Newspaper Staff Typist 45 S.S.S. District Convention 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Concessions 35 Latin 1,25 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Reporter 45 Band Secretary 45 Band Treasurer 45 Drama Club s COOLEY, RICK L. Newspaper Staff Art Editor 45 Drama Club 45 Pep Club 45 Con- cessions 3. COPELAND, DOROTHEA DIANA Sunshine 15 F.H.A. 3,45 Concessions 3. COLLIER, FRANCINE ELAINE Newspaper Staff Lay-out Editor 45 Sunshine 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1, 45 Bowling Team 15 Library Staff 1,2,3,45 Chorus 35 District Choral Festival 35 Majorette 25 Drama Club 45 Pep Club 1,2,3, 45 Concessions 35 National Honor Society 4. CREED, DENNIS Lettermen Club 43 Baseball 3,4. CRAFTON, BOB Lettermen Club 3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Baseball 1,2,3,4. CRUM, BEVERLY LEE Newspaper Staff Typist. 43 Sunshine 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3Q District Band Contest 33 Drama Club 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 F.H.A. 3,43 F.H.A. District Convention 3. DUNCAN, RODNEY C. Class President 35 Class Vice-President 25 Annual Staff Editor 45 Drama Club 45 Pep Club 1,25 Lettermen Club 45 Commence- ment Usher 35 National Honor Society 45 Science Club Vice- President 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 2. EADS, ETHEL SUE Annual Staff Typist 45 Sunshine 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Drama Club 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Bookstore 35 Class Reporter 35 Con- cessions 35 District Convention 15 Bowling Team 1. DRAKE, RONALD MAX Letbermen Club 2,3,45 Lettermen President 45 Letterrnen Vice- President 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,4. EDMONDS, DORIS JEAN Class Reporter 45 S.S.S. 1,2,4g G.A.A. lg Drama Club 3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g F.H.A. 3,43 Concessions 3. Ia-.L ELMORE, GLORIA J. Annual Staff Layout 4g S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g State Convention lg G. A,A. 1,2,3,4, Bowling Team 1, Vice-President 4g Drama Club 2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Office Staff 3g Bookstore 45 Class Re- porter 2g S.S.S. District Convention 1. GANNON, DANNY G. Cross Country 1,2,3. HARRELL, JUDY K. Newspaper Staff Typist 4g G.A.A. 1,23 S.S.S 13 Drama Club 33 Pep Club 1,2,33 Nurse's Aid 33 F.H.A. President 4, State Con- vention 3,4Q Tigerette 1,2,3,43 Chorus 3. HAVELY, DENNIS HARGROVE, RICHARD LEE Newspaper Staff Sports Editor 4g Library Staff 33 Pep Club 1 2,33 Concessions 3. Library Staff 43 Lettermen Club 3,41 Basketball 33 Track 3,43 Cross Country 3. HOUSE, MARY Pep Club 2,3,4p F.H.A. 3,45 Recreation Leader 4g Concessions 3 HITE, LINDA ANN Student Council 1,2,3g Annual Staff4g Drama Club 2,33 Spanish Club 3g Pep Club 1,2,3g Nurse's Aid 2,33 Prom Court 3g Office Staff 3,4g Concessions 35 S.S.S. District Convention 4g Student Council Reporter 15 Secretary 25 Treasurer 33 National Honor Society 4. HILT, JOHN STEVEN Lettermen Club 2,3,4g Chorus 4g Track 1,2,4g Cross Country 1 JOHNSON, CHRISTINA S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g S.S.S. President 45 Library Staff 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Nurse's Aid 2,3,4g Baccalaureate Escort 35 Sunshine Camp 33 District Convention 4g Concessions 3g Office Staff 3,4g National Honor Society 4. KEEL, RON LEE Pep Club 2,3. JACKMAN, RONALD Basketball lg Pep Club 1,3,4g Concessions 3 KEHRT, PHIL Pep Club 1,2,3. KIMBLER, J O ANN S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g State Convention 1g F.H.A. 3,43 F.H.A. State Con- vention 3g S.S.S. District Convention 2,3g F.H.A. Coat Check 3 KROENING, SARA S.S.S. 2,35 Pep Club 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 3,4g Concessions 3. LANE, WILLIAM Student Council 3,4g Drama Club Reporter 45 Pep Club 3,45 President 43 Letbermen Club 3,43 Basketball 25 Track 3,4, Com- mencement Usher 3g Concessions 3. LODER, VICKI K. Newspaper Staff Class Reporter 4g S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 1, 2,3,4. LAHEY, NORMAN Newspaper Staff 4, Library Staff 35 Chorus 3g Drama Club 43 Lettermen Club 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1. LORD, RICHARD Gymnastic Team 1 ,2,3,4. , Q LOWE, RALPH Lettermen Club 43 Basketball 35 Baseball 3,4. MABRY, JUDY K. Chorus 25 F.H.A. 3,4g F.H.A. State Convention 3g Concessions 35 F.H.A. Coat Check 3. MILLER, ROBERT W. Cross Country 25 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Secretary 35 Livestock Judging 3g Dairy Judging 3,4g Crops Judging 1,2,3,4g Forestry Judging 3,43 Land Judging 3,43 Entomology Judging 1g Applicant for Hoosier Farmer Degree 4, Pep Club 1,3,4. MOHR, SHARON D. S.S.S. 1,2,3,4. MASON, BETTY Annual Staff Assistant Editor 45 S.S.S. 43 District Convention 4g Drama Club 45 Spanish Club 43 Commencement Usher 3, National Honor Society 4, Transferred from Shelbyville, 1963- 64. l MURNAN, MICHAEL DOUGLAS Drama Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Letterman Club 1,2,3,45 Basketball Student Manager 15 Track Manager 15 Cross Coun- try 1,25 Concessions 3. NORRIS, MARILYNN Annual Staff Art Editor 45 G.A.A. 15 Band 1,25 Drama Club 3, 45 Spanish Club Secretary 35 President 45 Pep Club 1,2,3, 45 Nurse's Aid 1,2,35 F.H.A. District Convention 3,45 F.H.A. Historian, F.H.A. Ofiicer's Convention 4, Concessions 3, F.H. A. Hat Check 3,4. OLLIS, KATHY CAROL Newspaper Staff 45 S.S.S. 1,2,3,45 Sweetheart Candidate 2,35 G.A.A. Bowling Team 25 Drama Club 25 Spanish Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 3,45 Reporter 45 Prom Court 35 F.H.A. State Convention 35 Concessions 35 S.S.S. District Convention 35 F. H.A. Hat Check 45 Select Cap Sz Gowns 45 Select Rings 25 Office Staff 2. PFENDLER, MARIJO Class Vice-President 35 S.S.S. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 S.S.S. Chap- lain 45 Drama Club 3,45 Secretary 45 Pep Club 1,25 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 3,45 National Honor Society 4. PHARES, MARY ALICE Class Treasurer 35 Annual Staff 45 S.S.S. 1,2,3,45 District Con- vention 15 G.A.A. 3,45 Secretary 45 S.S.S. Reporter 25 Band 1,2, 3,45 Vice-President 1,45 State Music Contest 1,25 District Music Contest 152,45 Drama Club 253,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Court 35 National Honor Society 4. PIATT, BOB Pep Club 3,45 Basketball 1 PARIS, DONALD F.F.A. 1,2,35 F.F.A. Dairy Judging 35 F.F.A. Crops Judging 1, 2,35 Pep Club 45 Concessions. PATTERSON, JANE Newspaper Staff 45 S.S.S 1,2,3,4g State Convention 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Bowling Team 25 Library Staff 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Presi- dent 45 Chorus 2,35 Drama Club 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Treasurer 1, Vice-President 45 Nurse's Aid 25 S.S.S. District Convention 45 Concessions 35 Class Reporter 25 National Honor Society 4. PAULS, DARLENE Library Staff 45 Chorus 3,45 Vice-President 45 Pep Club 35 Transferred from Burk Burnett H. S., Texas. RICE, LARRY WAYNE Basketball 1,23 Track Cross Country 15 F.F.A. Livestock Judg- ing 3,45 Crop Judging 1,2,3,4g Land Judging 1,2,3,4g Boy's Cheer Block 3,4. ROWE, BOB Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 2. QUARAZZO, DAVID MICHAEL Concessions 3. if SCOVILLE, CYNTHIA K. Annual Staff Photo Editor 43 S.S.S. 1,2,3,43 State Convention 13 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Point Chairman 33 S.S.S. 'Treasurer 43 Band 3,43 Dance Band 4g Drama Club 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Office Staff 1,3,43 Bookstore 23 S.S.S. District Convention 13 Bacca- laureate Usher 33 National Honor Society 4. RUND, LINDA BETH S.S.S. 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 23 S.S.S. Vice-President 4g Chaplain 33 Chorus 33 County Choral Festival 33 Drama Club 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Girl's State 33 Shelbyville Reporter 43 District Latin Contest 1,23 Concessions 33 Commencement Escort 33 Of- fice Staff 13 National Honor Society 43 D.A.R. Good Citizen 43 Science Club Secretary 4. SHELTON, ROGER C. Chorus 3g District Choral Festival 3g Lettermen Club Secretary 3,43 Basketball 2,3,43 Track 3,43 Baseball 233,43 Baccalaureate Usher 3. SMITH, KAREN I. Annual Staff Business Manager 49 S.S.S. 1,2,3,4g State Conven- tion 15 District Convention 1,45 Chorus 3g County Choral Festi- val 33 Pep Club 1,23 Office Girl lg Book Store 45 National Honor Society 4. l STAINBROOK, RUTH JOY SKINN ER, JOHN Drama Club 4g Spanish Club 3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4g Basketball 1,23 Track 1,23 Cross Country 1,25 Concessions 35 Science Club 4. Newspaper Staff Typist 49 S.S.S. 1,23 F.H.A. 35 National Honor Society 4. STONE, JIMMY L. Boy's Cheer Block 45 Concessions 3. STUCKEY, JON Concessions 3. SUITS, WAYNE A. Student Council 4g Drama Club 35 Vice-President 43 Spanish Club 3g F.F.A. Livestock Judging 2,3,4g Dairy Judging 1,2,3,4g Crops Judging 1,2,3,4g Land Judging 45 Forestry Judging 1,23 Applicant for Hoosier Farmer Degree 45 Concessions 3. VAN HOOK, MARY KATHERINE Newspaper Staff Typist and Fashion Editor 45 S.S.S. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 15 Chorus 15 Drama Club 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Nurse's Aid 2,3,45 F.H.A. 3,45 F.H.A. District Convention 3,45 F.H.A. Officer's Convention 4. WALTZ, MARVIN D. Commencement Usher 35 Concessions 3. UPTON, JOHN DAVID Boy's Cheer Block 45 Concessions 3 WEAVER, DAVID E. WAYMAN, MIKE Pep Club 2g 'hack 15 Cross Country 2g Concessions 3. Lettermen Club 3,49 Concessions 3g Cross Country Student Manager 2. WELLS, IKE Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 1,2,3g Baseball 25 Lettermen Club 43 Concessions 35 Pep Club 3,4. WILLIAMS, DICK K. Drama Club 4. WELLS, MIKE Basketball 1,2,3,4g Vice-President 13 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,3,4g Vice-President Lettermen's Club 4. WITHAM, R. KAY Newspaper Staff 45 Sunshine Corresponding Secretary 33 Sun- shine 1,2,3g G.A.A. 15 Sunshine Camp 35 Commencement Usher 3. 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