W4 2f.f'Z+E,wL:fi25i4'm 'i H
Misa iiu.wWvzf' v
1, - '1-I'f'L '
WP' k f v Q a 1
f' j i
,"f, 1 :', 1
vw sf' f ,fi
mug . 1.
V793 Eff? ff? ' .
.4 ,, ,,3,, gay : ,
5.129 f ,fm.4,,, ..
F an V ,ff .
M532 M LL?
,jgfsw h .It 3
1 a 'X Q
1 5 ,wgjf
,K 7 , . 45
,1Jf3"Eii!, 'v- '
Q yzeyfi ig,
X, .21 2
gfffif , ff
A Y 715 I
1 5 Qhr , ,Q '
fi' iff 3,
,K 5 QQ
I96 - VoI.4I
TRCY HIGH SCHOOL
Q 9 1 E16
,iw ist" Ffh
' """"' Mi.,.,,,,,.
4 Troy, Ghio
Moya Moran, editor
Anne Dudley, cssf. editor
Jim Mencsik, business manager
CONTENTS 2. Organizations
so Fx " 3.ACtivities
I " r lzigg,
4 ji 1 x
wiv., i 1'y'
A 9 2 s S
M g 5, Underclassmen
Sim 6. Seniors
Walter J. Robbins
Soft-spoken, unobtrusive Walter J. Robbins per-
formed efficiently his tasks as Chief Engineer of the Troy
Public Schools. But his helpfulness ranged far beyond his
professional duties. Ever curious and studious, Walt, as
we knew him, sharpened his versatile interests into tools
used and needed to facilitate the orderly operation of
many school activities. Whether assisting a student to
open a stuck locker or a teacher to hang a fallen map,
whether assembling many ladders to string ceiling deco-
rations for a school party or an electronic system to
amplify floating harmonies for a musical festival, Walt
always responded cheerfully to these extra demands
upon his time. Because he was dependable, the school
depended upon him, and now in mourning his passing,
we miss Walter J. Robbins.
, , '-,'
I 5 ,,b: ,mf
. wfswgewv 319 - 1
-4? K v
Q'lz1W'1zfisfffag K . 2' '
ywfiasirslivi-lf'-H, ' im f.:,f:1-
5 .-.rn f P, j
, . . ., hw, . '
wins ...13-'f?'. Sf- . .-Q
,,. .f N , .
- we -,nf
g.,3A:5 ,--rg ,. ,
,, Y 1
. .. , ,
4 , fm.
.i , .Qmsmwwmn
.YQW I ,
. I A X
,w 1" f
Most of the day
of a student is
spent in school. Thus
it is important to
have a responsible administration
dedicated teachers, and a
suitable curriculum. The courses
of study at Troy
High School are set
up to fit the
needs of every student.
College preparatory does iust
what the name implies -
prepares a student for
college. Math, chemistry, physics,
English, and many foreign
languages are offered to
give these students the
opportunity to absorb as
much technical knowledge as
necessary. The business courses
teach students the skills
that are desperately needed
in the business world.
Industrial arts covers metal
and wood work, welding
mechanics, graphic arts, and
electricity. The home economics
classes teach girls and
boys the fundamentals of
cooking, sewing, interior decorating
and home nursing. Many
of the faculty either
have their master degrees
or are working towards
them. And the administration
is the best. All
of them are dedicated,
instilling Truth, Honor and
Sportsmanship in the students
of Troy High School.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS QEducationl - Robert R. C. Buchan, M.D., Stanley C. Vorpe, O.D.,
Harry Zurmehly, William M. Harrelson, R. Murray Dalton.
Board of Education
Robert R. C. Buchan, M.D. Harry Zurmehly William M. Harrelson
B.A., C0lle9e of Wooster B.S., O.S.U. LL.B., Washington and
M.D., O.S.U. M.A., Miami University Lee University
R, Murray Dalton Mary Winner Stanley C. Vorpe, O.D.
B.S. Bus. Adm., Miami University B.S., Ohio University O.D., O.S.U.
Mary Winner, Clerk of the Board of Education
The Board of Education, the policy making body of
the Troy Schools, is proud of the work of the administra-
tive staff and teachers for their dedication to quality
education. Through their efforts many changes and inno-
vations have helped our schools move forward. The near
future promises even greater opportunity for the pupils
now entering school. It is a local byword that "whatever
we attempt to do in the Troy Schools, we strive to do the
best that we possibly can." We pledge our fu,ll support
and best effort to see that this byword is iustified.
Glenn B. Jeffers George H. Houck
M. l.. Routson Howard B. Hoffman
Bertha Newton Thelma Thompson
Glen B. Jeffers, Supt. George H. Houck, Asst. Supt.
B.A., Muskingum B.S., Wilmington
M.A., O.S.U. M.A., University of Cincinnati
University of Chicago
University of Denver
M. l. Routson, Dir., Elem. Ed. Howard B. Hoffman, Principal
A.S., Wittenberg B.S., Miami
M.A., O.S.U. M.A., Miami
University of Colorado
Bertha Newton, Dir., Food Service Thelma Th0mP50"'t DSUN of Girls
B.S. Ed., O.S.U. B.A., Muskingum
O.S.U. M.A., Wittenberg
Charles Secoy, Secondary Supt.
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan
James Welbaum, Asst. Prin.
Robert Conard, Dean of Boys
B.A., Marshall University
M.A., Marshall University
University of North Carolina
GUIDANCE - R0th Bowers, Allen Richards, Thelma Thompson, Lawrence Gorrell.
Those of us engaged in counseling today are humbled
by the enormity and complexity of our task. We feel as
Boswell described Samuel Johnson, "He did not strut or
stand on tiptoe, he only did not stoop." And so we do not
strut, but neither do we stoop as we think of our vital role
in the total school program. We have a unique role with
an emphasis always on the individual student as com-
pared to other school personnel who often seek for
smoothness in the total operation.
As guidance personnel we are concerned about the
values young people adhere to and the direction they are
headed. We seek to help each student become self directed
in his search for a set of values that will help him lead the
most productive life, lt is our goal to aid THS students
make sure they are able to find themselves in terms of
their capabilities, goals for the future, and their relations
with their fellow human beings.
B.S., University of Cincinnati
M.A., University of Cincinnati
Lawrence Gorrell Ruth Bqwerg
B.S., West Virginia University
M.A., Michigan State University
B.S., Miami University
Columbia University Cqpifol
Syracuse University Bowling Green
O-5-U- Ohio University
University of Colorado Miami University
SPECIAL EDUCATION - Ruth Edington, James Loveioy.
M-A-, Wiffeftbefg UHlVefSlfY Ruth Edington James loveioy
A.B., Marshall College A.B., Marshall University
University of Dayton M.A., Miami University
At this level the pupils take part in activities
developing academic skills. They work on the eight units
required to complete the 9th and l0th grades at which
At level 2 the academic skills are further developed,
but maior emphas-is is placed on work skills and habits
through active participation with the Work Study Pro-
gram. Pupils complete the remaining eight units required
for the 'l'lth and 'l2th grades. With these 'I6 credits, the
time they move on.
MATH AND SCIENCE-Sitting: Joseph Besecker, Eugene Epperson, Raveling, Dale Vesper, John Thomas, William Farrell, Robert
Suzanne Fogt, James Hoffman, Charles Wiley. Standing: Emil Brown, Edward Ashworth, James Beisner.
Math and Science
Dale Vesper Eugene Epperson
B.S., O,S,U, B.S., Miami University
M.A., Miami University M.A., Miami University
Drake University University of Illinois
University of Wisconsin Sacramento State College
Dale Vesper Eugene R. Epperson
Emil Raveling James Beisner Jqmeg Hoffman
A.B., Sioux Falls College B.S., Miami University B.S. Ed. Engineering,
Kent State M.A., Miami University Ohio Northern University
Western Reserve University Earlham M.A., Peabody
Antioch College Wittenberg University Miami University
William Farrell JohBn0YI:Ij:mE0IIe99 University of Illinois
B.S., Michigan State University B.S., O.S.U. Dol-'GIGS Mumfmd
University of Dayton Earlham B.A., Western Kentucky
Wayne University of Wisconsin
Wittenberg University Norvin Smith WVIQIIT Siuie
University of Illinois B.A., Wittenberg University Charles Wiley
Edward Ashworth M.A., Columbia University A.B., Manchester College
B.A., Marshall University Annapolis M.S., Indiana University
M.A., Marshall University O.S.U. University of Illinois
Joseph Besecker Robert Brown Suzanne Fogt
5.5, Ed., Capitol University B.S., Bowling Green State University B.S. Ed., Miami University
M.A., University of Michigan
ENGLISH - Row 'la Eileen Murray, Patricia Hartle, Edna Floyd,
Melinda Jacob, Diane Neylon, Juanita Deardorff, Thelma Secoy,
A.B., Alma College
M.A., University of Michigan
A.B., Wabash University
University of Minnesota
Edna Floyd A
B.A., E. Kentucky State
M.A., Miami University
University of Kentucky
Ohio Northern University
B.S. Ed., Pennsylvania State Teachers
B.S. N., University of Pittsburgh
University of Wisconsin
Juanita Huber Deardorff
B.A., Bluffton College
Christine Davis. Row 2: Christopher Birch, Frank Prouty, Vernon
Knuckles, Richard Rosen, Peter Fletcher.
A.B., Ashland College
B.S. Ed., Ashland College
B.S. Ed., Concord College
University of Dayton
B.S. Ed., Union College, Kentucky B.A., Heidelberg College
University of Dayton
University of Dayton
A.B., Clark College
University of Cincinnati
University of Dayton
B.S., Miami University
M.A., University of Michigan
d , , Enjoying a delicious meal are Mr. and Mrs. Knuckles at the first
B'S' E " Umversliy of Daylon Annual Publications Banquet.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE - Curtis Jensen, Zelpha Bowers, Suzanne Kalmar,
Linda Zimmers, Gladys Helton.
Languages from Abroad
Curtis Jensen Zelph Bowers Gladys Helton
B.A., Wooster College B.A., Wittenberg University B.A., Berea College
M.A. Ed., Wittenberg Universify Western College for Women Miami University
Miami University University of Maine William and Mary
Knox College McGill University
American Institute of Foreign Trade Willivm Und MF-'VY
University of Rome
Colgate University .
Senor Jensen controls the sound equipment in the speech lab for the
Spanish ll students.
B.S. Ed., Bowling Green
In a small world a knowledge of a foreign
language plays an important part in our day-to-day
existance. Troy High does its best with the three
languages offered: French, Spanish, and Latin. Four
years of French are offered, utilizing the audio-
lingual system of teaching French. The students see
films, listen to records, translate stories, and con-
verse in French in the classroom. Spanish is also a
four-year program, using the audio-lingual method.
The students use generally the same type of equip-
ment as the French students. Latin students learn the
basic fundamentals of this ancient yet valuable
language and its relation to other languages of
today. The first year is spent in gaining practices
and adaptibility in the use of Latin. The second year
is primarily concerned with the writings of Caesar
on his marches. The third year is involved with
Cicero's arguments and philosophical works.
I, , 1: . w
, . ,
:SE l43gs,,,- -
f- X l g,
-if rr -1--mfs X
fm. Q -- 'iff-:E ' .
5 eff-s '
- -N Q '
"""""w7 f I
. Ill' i
INDUSTRIAL ARTS - Richard Marx, George Mitchell, Raymond Cheney, Ronald Lemar,
Industrial Arts at T.H. .
B.A., Iowa State
B.A., U. of Toledo
U. of North Dakota
Mr. Bascombe demonstrates the camera, newest addition to Graphic Arts.
Industrial Arts provides the opportunity
to learn skills which are helpful in obtaining
employment. However, it is not intended to
provide the specialized depth of training
needed to learn a trade.
The courses offered at Troy High School
are machine shop, woodworking, foundry,
welding, electricity, mechanical drawing,
graphic arts, power mechanics, and shop
mathematics. Through these courses we
attempt to help the students: develop good
work habits and attitudes that will be help-
ful in iobs of a routine or repetitive nature,
use the tools, materials, and processes of
industry, develop an understanding of the
importance of industry and labor in our
American way of life, develop skills to
qualify for initial employment, develop an
understanding and appreciation of the work
of others, gain a knowledge of the changes
made in materials to meet the needs of
society, concentrate their development of
knowledge and skills in selected areas of
work, and develop proper attitudes toward
the application of safety practices.
BUSINESS - Carol Deeter, Willadene Gorrell, Christine Davis, Mikel Rike, Margaret
Englehart, Ralph May.
Business Techniques Are Stressed
Willadene Gorrell Christine Davis Carol Deeter
A.B., Berea College B.S. Ed., Concord College B.S., Wittenberg
M.S., University of Kentucky Miami University O.S.U.
University of Colorado University of Dayton Salem State Teachers College
Margaret Englehart Mikel Rike Brown Ralph May
B.S., O.S.U. B.S. Ed., Wittenberg A.B., Marshall University
Demonstrating the mimeograph machine to senior girls is Miss Englehart.
The Business Department is so set up to give
Troy students a firm background in the develop-
ment of business techniques. ln Gregg short-
hand, students learn to take oral dictation and
to retype it in business form. Typing courses
stress both speed and accuracy, and help stu-
dents learn to use various types of typewriters.
Bookkeeping, the process of balancing accounts,
is a one year course, as is record keeping, the
technique of keeping files and records. Practical
experience in the use of office machines is also
offered, particularly in the senior course,
Secretarial Practice, where girls learn to use
dictaphones, adding machines, calculators,
mimeograph machines, and copy machines.
SOCIAL STUDIES - James Conard, Carleton Kazmaier, Robert Conard, Mary Lois Strickland
Frank Prouty - Coordinator, Ruth Burk, Marlene Hanna, Gladys Helton.
The Social Studies department pro-
vides the Troy student with a rounded
education in geography, American and
world history, American government
and foreign affairs, as well as sociology
and economics. Newly added is the
foreign affairs program, "lnternational
Relations," a one semester course for
seniors. Study topics include all the
maior areas of the world and the Ameri-
can policy concerning each area, the
United Nations and its function, Ameri-
canism, and governmental forms includ-
ing totalitarianism, communism, and
James Conard Robert Conard
A.B., Marshall University
M.A., Marshall University
B.A., Marshall University
M.A., Marshall University
University of North Carolina
O.S.U. Miami University
Carleton Kazmaier Rl-llh Burk
B.S., Wittenberg University B-5- Ed., Ohio UnlVe"5'lY
Toledo University MGl'Sl1Gll College
Marlene Hannah Mary Lois Strickland
B.S. Ed., Miami University A-B., Ohio University
Emphasizing the supposed budget of the United States is Mrs
Strickland, using her familiar quote sign
STUDENT TEACHERS - Sitting: James Myers, Judy Guntner, Irene Kazalski, Barbara Ann
StuPP1 Gary Baumgartner, Eric Monce. Standing: David Brewer.
Student Teachers Enrich Troy Hi h
Shaker Heights, Ohio
Barbara Ann Stupp
Home Ec. Music
Westfield, New Jersey Dayton, Ohio
Eric Monce Betty Behnken
Biology, General Science
Van Wert, Ohio
Freshmen watch Mr. Monce illustrate one of the physical
theories of science.
West Milton, Ohio
Leonard T. Ball
Field Supervisor of
Student Teachers for
Miami University Leonard T Ban
This year eight aspiring young student teach-
ers helped guide Troy students along the paths
of learning while learning themselves. Each stu-
dent teacher first observed many classes in his
field. Then he took over a class, planned the
lessons, lectured and gave assistance where
possible. He even made up tests, all under the
watchful eye of the regular instructor. We here
at Troy High won't forget their valuable assist-
ance and friendship.
HOME ECONOMICS - Grace Fair, Lois Smith, Thelma Birt.
Thelma Birt Grace Fair
B.A., Miami University B.A., Bluffton
M.A., University of Wisconsin O.S.U.
Bluffton Uiniversity of Cincinnati
William and Mary
B.S. Ed., Miami University
Wmenburg ln Chef's Cookery, Mrs. Smith
demonstrates the fine art of
PHYSICAL EDUCATION - Front Row: Hildred Byrkett, Nancy Haines,
Barbara Heiffner. Second Row: Gary Leibrock, Gerald Lorentz, Robert
B.A., Miami University
University of Wisconsin
B.S. Ed., Purdue
University of Dayton
B.S. Ed., O.S.U.
B.S. Ed., Wittenburg
B.S., Miami University
M.A., Indiana University
FINE ARTS - Herman Dooley, Dennis Ransbottom, John Slonaker, John Wildman, Delmar
Preston, J. Morris Bailey.
Music, Artwork, and Speech are the
J. Morris Bailey
B.S., Otterbein College
Dayton Art Institute
University of Denver
T. Herman Dooley
B.S., Miami University
University of Maryland
University of Denver
Delmar Preston John Slonaker John Wildman
A-B-f Marshall UnlVe"5lTY B.S. Ed., Miami University B.S., University of Cincinnati
M.S., Miami University Conservatory of Music
Mr. Dooley directs the choir in one of their rehearsals.
BFA, Ohio University
Indiana State College
M. Ed., Miami
T. Herman Dooley
Fine arts in Troy High covers three separate depart-
ments. ln Speech, the students learn the fundamentals of a
good speech, the various ways to prepare different types of
speeches, and the rules of parliamentary procedure. Drama
is more concerned with actual stage work, both in front and
behind the scenes.. Stage design, construction, and co-ordina-
tion of the physical factors of a production are stressed as
strongly as motivation, movement, and delivery on the
stage. Students in the field of art work learn how to use
watercolors, mixed medium, polymer, oils, chalk, and ink to
make sketches and fine detailed prints. The techniques of
making clay models or busts are taught, as well as work
with thread or wires. Students are encouraged to experiment
in the use of various materials for their montage collages
including magazines, newspaper, glue, and shellac.
Music in both vocal and instrumental development is
intensively studied. The marching band emphasizes fast
moving music, while demonstrating graceful formations on
the football field. The orchestra learns to play all forms of
instrumental music, from Bach and Beethoven to Rodgers
and Kern. The choirs, freshman, sophomore, and senior,
perform during the year, in both student assemblies and
public concerts. 21
Robert E. Sugg
if .4 i
Fred Cruea ties up a flowering vine at Thomas' Florists.
One of Jim Elifritz's many duties at Zwiebels includes sacking
groceries during the rush.
Distributive Education l
Distributive Education is a program concerned with
teaching students the fundamentals of buying and sell-
ing. Though the principles and theories of economics are
taught, practical experience in dealing with the public
is stressed. The student spends one-half day in the class-
room studying subiects involved with his particular field
of work, and the other half day on the iob gaining
training and experience. The DE program is based on
three factors: the teacher, who sets up the program in
the school and communityg the employer, who gives
valuable opportunities and advice to the studentp and
the student himself, who uses the program and oppor-
tunities to his best advantage.
Kay Mikels and Billie Wagonrod discuss the importance of
merchandise looking neat to appeal to customers.
The D.C.T. program is the vocational part-time train-
ing program for high school seniors who are bound for
skilled areas of work, In this program, students spend
one-half clay in classes studying subjects related to their
iobs as well as other school subiects. The other half is
spent with cooperating employers where the students
receive on-the-job training. One student says, "D.C.T. has
been the most rewarding thing I've ever participated in."
Another says, "The D.C.T. program is one that is needed
by all schools to help the people who are not particularly
college-bound. lt helps one learn what it is like to work
at a iob that really requires skill, lt also helps us, the
students, realize that the community will bend over back-
wards to help us face lite after we graduate."
' N ,fx
Larry Thompson and his employer discuss the intricacies of an
Steve Pittenger puts into practice his knowledge of automotive repair,
At Huffaker Plumbing, Harold Hughes cuts a new pipe
down to a needed size.
W PECIAL ERVICES
LIBRARIANS - Jeanette Updikeg Grace B. Jeffers, Head Librariang Lib r a a n S , S a r i
University of Colorado
North Carolina College
University of Denver
Bowling Green "A it
OFFICE STAFF - Gene Moore, Janice Laabs, Mildred Paul, Virginia Stang.
SCHOOL NURSES ... Helen Hennesseyl Glenna Welbaumi ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES - Sharon Becker, Frances
'? .Sig '
X . K
:fi lf" " 'F ff'T N f
. , . ,.......Q:..,.., L-wire.,-..,1N
, .L H .....m-.-.f-- 5 1 :1.f..meq.
CAFETERIA WORKERS - Row 1: J. Kiefer, J. Morrow, C. Lowrie, J. Reinshell, B. Lczvy, B. Mcllery, C. Kiser, B. Klcitte, A. Catey
B. Gnodle, H. Olwine, G, Brisfley. Row 2: N. Rhynard, C. Bailey, R. Mullins, I. Reed, P. Curtis.
CUSTODIANS - Row 1: H.
Hohenstein, G. Gurklies, W.
Wintrow. Row 2: S. Wesco, 3
R. Supinger, D. Gilliam, W. -
Robbins, Chief Engineer.
Braving the weather to support the Troians are Mr. Knuckles,
Mr. Welbaum, Mr. Houck, and Mr. Hoffman,
The boys in Chefs' Cookery learn to prepare attractive and
delicious dishes under the supervision of Mrs. Smith.
Helping keep the school clean for the students is Mr. Gurklies.
Miss Bowers has a hard time deciding which deli
cacy to try first
Delivering the Baccalaureate Address at graduation, 1967, is
the Reverend Joseph A. Quinn.
Teachers and students alike enjoy the banquet the Chefs'
Cookery class puts on for the faculty.
The orchestra practices for a concert under the direction of
Mr. Mitchell demonstrates to shop students how to use the safety
equipment on a machine.
"An assembly of good fellows . . .
The success of all
Troy High organizations depends
upon the enthusiasm, cooperation,
and competition of all.
The lifeblood of our
enterprises is the spirit,
eagerness, and zeal of
the members. Block "T"
and Varsity "T", F.T.A.
and F.N.A., Science Club
and music, G.A.A. and
Student Council - all work
toward the development of
their members today for
the future. Through these
organizations, every student is
able to put into
use those qualities which
are important in daily
life: Truth, Honor, and
VARSITY T - Row I: D. Grove, M. Reed, D. Meeker, S. Johnston
D. Sims, P. Fobian, S. Shanesy, D. Spencer, M. Gray. Row 2: C
Newman, R. Blair, E. Caldwell, T. Hillman, J. Hansen, M
McConnell, B. Oxley, J. Davis, P. Gearhardt. Row 3: W. Smith
R. Hart, G. Edington, P. Konkol, S. Smith, C. Rudy, D. Butler,
D. Hall, D. Laabs, G. Evilsizor. Row 4: T. Mercer, D. Epperson
J. Mencsik, R. Pyers, M. Buckalew, S. Wiegman, G. Schoch, T..
Wilson, D. Carstensen. Row 5: G. Dixon, P. Carey, J. Schubert,
M. Kniffin, S. Gamblee, P. Smith, T. Schoch, G. Chaney, T.
Murray. Row 6: M. Jones, C. Collier, B. Hoefler, T. Schaffer, M.
Elliot, B. Smith, D. Phelps, T. Johnson, J. Ball. Row 7: J. Pierce,
R. Schaffer, T. Massie, B. Meyers, J. Hall, C. Couch, C. Kister, H.
Theideman, D. Trostle, D. Huston.
CREATIVE WRITING - Row I: R. Grant, B. DeGrand, V. Pres., Row 3: M. Sink, E. Dannin, M. Beck, D. Donley, J. Stump, F.
Mr. Prouty, Advisor, B. Croner, Pres., H. Faust. Row 2: M. Worth.
Rhynard, E. Eberly, C. Wilcox, D. Meyers, J. Ingel, D. Lane.
JUNIOR CABINET - Row 'I: Mr. Kazmaier, L. Shafer, S. Rhoades, Row 2: T. Johnson, M. Doyle, R. Wright, S. Earnharf, J. Legris
Pres., J. Weaver, Sec., V. Creme-ans, Treas., P. Smith, Vice Pres. J. Avey, G. Morrow, G. Chaney, J. Cary.
OFFICE WORKERS -- Row I: S. Hewiif, J. Winninger, C. Shellhaas, J. Weaver, S. Voris. Row 3: J. Rogers, L. Redick, M. Batfson, A.
J. Adams, B. Heffeifinger, P. Jordan, Mrs. Laabs. Row 2: P.
Thobe, V. Cremeans, C. Miller, J. Hutchinson, B. Boller.
Kavalauskas, D. Travis, D, Faulder, T. Kavalauskas, P. Smith,
G.A.A. - Row 'l: Miss Byrkett, V. Felver, R. Wright, S. Hickman
J. Rogers, Miss Heiftner. Row 2: G. Fulcher, S. Reiman, R. Mayer,
B. Lathrop, C. Kirby, K. Kreitzer, M. Carr, B. Flory, B. Chipley
T. Ryan, J. Weaver, S. Brown, C. Line. Row 3: J. Call, K. Griner
J. McAtee, K. Butler, C. Green, D. Martin, S. Zimmerman, J
Tompkins, V. Rabada, N. Wright, S. Cross, M. Blue, M. Vonden-
huevel. Row 4: C. Cleveland, C. Galbreath, A. Manson, K
Murray, L. Gray, C. Roszell, B. Denoyer, D. Hawkins, V. Cruea,
K. Richter, V. Niles, L. Donkelaar, C. Grublos, C. Varley. Row 5
C. McMullen, S. Stephens, S. Marlow, J. Weaver, J. Usserman
S. DeLong, B. Beams, A. Dudley, M. Lutz, B. Schultz, C. Drieling
S. Schultz, B. Frantom. Row 6: P. Kavalauskas, L. Jackson, S
Ferguson, S. Cassell, E. Russell, K. Sullenbarger, S. Chaney, J
Kemper, J. McMurray, K. Copp, P. Kramer, G. Denoyer. Row 7
T. Kavalauskas, B. Gurklies, B. Hartman, P. Rogers, J. Cary, G
Morrow, H. Hall, S. Razevich, M. Motfitt, P. Kramer, E. Dildine
M. Brown, L. Golowin, J. Lewis.
SCIENCE CLUB - Row 1: Z. Hale, J. Cress, R. Rosen, T. Fagan, E. Edington, B. Blankenship, J. Walker, D. Hoak, B. Williams,
Mr. Vesper. Row 2: J. Foy, G. Meeker, G- Dixon, D. Sheley, K. Waite. Row 4: E. Eberly, R. Fine, L. Denlinger, B. Burns, F.
R. Shook, G. Colello, R. Newman. Row 3: S. Peterka, R. Grant, Miller, B. Rosen, D. Myers.
F.B.W. - Row 1: L. Langford, J. Martin, B. Sphar, V. Thaxton
Miss Deeter, advisor: Miss Englehart, advisor. Row 2: J. McDaniel
P. Seitz, L. Leasure, J. Weaver, S. Brown, S. Marlow, J. Weaver,
M. Blue, P. Smith. Row 3: D. Avey, K. Martin, J. Hines, S. Cross,
M. Dubbs, B. Rismiller, J. Gibson, M. Battson. Row 4: S. Doll
S. Reinshell, J. McMurray, M. Boyer, S. Hardesty, R. West, J.
Adams, C. Thompson, G. Kessler. Row 5: W. Rhoades, J. Thomp-
son, C. Hershey, N. Taylor, C. Hogan, P. Jordan, P. Melvin, C.
Lorton. Row 6: C. Schwartz, C. Baker, D. Sharits, K. Trost, M.
Robbins, L. Redick.
F.H.A. - Row 1: M. Robbins, D. Bevington, B. Rismiller, M. M. Dubbs, V. King, S. Wion, S. Peirson, B. Pike. Row 4: C.
Weikert, K. Rhoacles, L. Gritzmaker, T. Harnish, S. Brown. Row Thaxton, M. Ingle, L. Kerrigan, A. Young, K. Trost, L. Knick,
2: Mrs. Behnken, A. Laughman, M. Stephen, N. Phelps, P. Ingle, D. Baker, J. Baker.
S. Collett, S. Robbins, Miss Birt, Advisor. Row 3: S. Macy, L. Lutz,
Q 4 -1 . XX - . .-eW5, iff
BLOCK "T" - Row 'l: J. Jensen, Pres.: J. Cary, Vice Pres., B.
Schultz, Treas., J. Kramer, Sr. Rep., L. Shafer, Jr. Rep., W.
Rhoades, Sgt.-at-Arms, J. McMurray, J. Weaver, A. Manson
N. Wray, C. Galbreath, S. Schultz, Mrs. Brown, Adv. Row 2
L. Lutz, G. Longendelpher, J. Legris, K. Salb, M. Lutz, S. Cassell
B. Lewis, S. Konkol, K. Kirby, S. Gorrell, B. Denoyer, M. Moler,
M. Brown, K. Copp, D. Westfall. Row 3: S. Reiman, B. Gurklies
D. Faulder, S. Delong, J. Usserman, K. Sullenbarger, C. Grubbs
M. Ruffin, J. Henderson, L, Adkins, J. Bruner, S. Brown, T
Harnish, S. Reynolds, C. Gilpin. Row 4: L. Gray, L. Jackson, L
Golowin, P. Kavalauskas, C. LoFong, C. Lorton, L. Benning, C
Hooley, C. Macy, D, Bevington, S. Williams, B. Croner, K
Rhoades, H. Bailen, B. McGee. Row 5: B. Swigart, H. McConnell
B. Arnold, C. Varley, E. Russell, S. Ferguson, S. Marlow, MT
Vondenhuevel, B. Grove, E. Dildine, L, Brown, S. Bretland
M. Weikert, N. Plantz, P. LaFong. Row 6: C. King, G. Morrow
B. Custer, C. O'Connor, K. Butler, S. Cross, L. Langford, C. Ladd
L- f '
3. ., 5
M. Caldwell, J. Hines, F. Kramer, M. Martin, C. Green, V. riooos,
A. Lynch. Row 7: J. Thompson, T. Kavalauskas, C. Lawrence, C.
Hogan, D. Sharits, B. Sphar, R. West, K. Griner, V. Rabada,
S. Hickman, P. Chipley, J. Rogers, D, Avey, N. Smitley, K. Hansen.
Rdw 8: M. Markley, S. Jones, S. Voris, C. Johnston, M. Voris,
R. Mayer, P. Strominger, P. Voris, C. Wolfe, J. McAtee, J.
McDaniels, S. Doll, B. Saul, R. Satterfield, T. Ryan. Row 9: K.
McGraw, J. Kozul, L. Heffelfinger, N. Swigart, J. Karnehm,
K. McConnell, D. Naughton, S. Kainuma, L. Baker, M. Lammers,
C. Allen, S. Ludwig, V. Schubert, D. Donley, L. Donkelaar. Row
10: B. Hartman, B. Lathrop, A. Thobe, V. Melvin, J. Braun, J.
Martin, A. Matter, A. Hines, S. Shaffer, C. Speelman, H. Hall,
J. Avey, J. Stafford, B. Overholser, B. Chipley. Row 11: K.
Roszell, M. Meredith, C. Shellhaas, J. Adams, J. Winninger, G.
Reed, J. Black, A. Freiburger, M. DeMar, J. Houck, J. Elifritz,
J. McCaffrey, L. Holcomb, K. Murray.
PROJECTIONIST CLUB - Bob Smitley,
DRAMATICS CLUB - Row 1: J. Adkins, S. Hickman, R. Mott,
J. Elifritz, J. Ball-Jr. Rep., C. Galbreath-Sec., M. McConnell-Pres.,
M. Speer-Sr. Rep., D. Butler-V. Pres., J. Williams, L. Baker, J.
Houck, J. Black, C. Armstrong. Row 2: N. Wright, P. Kavalauskcs,
K. Copp, S. Reinshell, J. McMurray, C. Boyer, M. Boyer, J.
Adams, J. Karnehm, K. Kreitzer, S. Reiman, K. Griner, D.
Hawkins, A. Hawk. Row 3: J. Winninger, S. Williams, C. Drieling,
M. Brown, S. Ferguson, E. Russell, M. Ruffin, N. Wray, M. K.
Workman, J. Avey, B. Arnold, S. Chaney, H. Hall, R. Mayer.
Row 4: K. Roszell, K. Salb, J. Call, C. Cleveland, B. Flory, V.
Schubert, T. Wildman, S. Stephens, B. Chipley, K. Murray, B.
McGee, L. Jackson, P. Buirley, V. Rabada, B. Lathrop, M. Moran.
Row 5: S. Shaffer, A. Heitzman, J. McCaffrey, C. Shellhaas, L.
Jones, C. McMullen, J. Jensen, W. Rhoades, J. Rogers, B. Eber-
wein, T. Kavalauskas, B. Hartman, J. McAtee, H. Bailen, K.
McGraw, B. Poland. Row 6: M. McCormack, S. Gormley, M.
Mr. Prouty's A.P. English 10 class presents a scene from
Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
CAFETERIA WORKERS - Mike Mertz, Ben Andrews, Don Lucas, Dale
Epperson, Robert Sharits.
Arnold, D. Sims, S. Watkins, B. Oxley, H. Rice, P. Carey, T
Thornburg, D. Hoak, G. Dixon, D. Albright, J. Pierce, T. Rogers
Row 7: S. Doll, R. Price, D. Beck, T. Hartley, S. Earnhart, D
Trostle, D. Workman, D. Spencer, P. Bannister, B. Medley, J
Conway, P. Neal, M. Albright, R. Grant. Row 8: M. Sink, C
Hershey, B. Beams, M. Henne, D. Hile, G. Longendelpher, C
Jones, K. Richter, C. Johnston, K. Hansen, S. Jones, P. Harger
J. Cannoles, M. Shartle, S. Ray, T. Tipton. Row 9: K. Brundrett
M. Cochran, M. Bartee, L. Ellingson, G. Elliot, D. Longendelpher
A. Freiburger, C. Speelman, M. DeMar, P. Kramer, K. Kirby, L
Donkelaar, J. Tompkins, K. Peters, C. Longendelpher, G. Everett
D. O'Ke-efe. Row 10: D. Powers, L. Leasure, C. Green, K. Sullen-
barger, J. Cary, R. Wright, A. Manson, K. Butler, C, Burk, S
Cassell, C. Grubbs, C. Allen, M.-S. Moler. Row ll: M. Frost, M.
Vondenheuval, P. Kramer, S. Gorrell, T. Ryan, E. Dildine, J.
STUDENT COUNCIL - Row 'I: Mr. Welbaum, Advisor, J. Ball,
Treasurer, D. Grove, Vice President, D. Hall, President, L. Jones,
Secretary, P. Strominger, Sr. Advisor. Row 2: B. Schultz, C.
Wofford, M. Welty, R. Tate, E. Hawkins, P. Gearhardt, T. Mercer.
Row 3: J. Black, K. Griner, M. Jones, J. Cary, P. Rogers, C.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Mrs. Burk, Advisor, P. Gearhardt,
Pres., J. Jensen, Sec., D. Grove, Vice Pres., G. Evilsizor, Treas.
Grubbs, S. Jones, L. Donkelaar. Row 4: S. Hartman, T. Hartley,
D. Putnam, S. Rhoades, T. Thiedeman, C. Rasor, R. Oxley. Row 5:
J. Kemper, S. Kainuma, D. Butler, J. Kessler, D. Meeker, J.
Headapohl, J. Hershey.
The Student Council at Troy High School was very
active this year. Although many activities were unnoticed
by students, the Council purchased a new backdrop for
the stage, a new rug for the front lobby, and the book-
shelves in the back lobby for bus students to use. The
Council also provided entertainment for the student
school parties, the alumni dance, and the All-Club
formal. Some ofthe civic accomplishments were revising
the Constitution, recovering the furniture in the front
lobby, collaborating with the Troy Chamber of Com-
merce to hold the Scholarship Banquet, sponsoring the
W.O.L. Student Council Workshop, and initiating the
movement to resurface the stadium parking lot.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Row I: S. Brellancl, B. DeGrand,
P. Chipley, J. Black, J. Williams, B. Schultz, T. Kavalauskas, A.
Freiburger, M. Moran. Row 2: L. Shanesy, S. Hickman, J. Usser-
man, C. Wolfe, C. Lennox, S. Williams, P. Strominger, C. LaFong,
B. Croner. Row 3: J. Jensen, R. Mott, J. Kramer, D. Naughton,
M. Speer, A. Hines, G. Dixon, T. Hillman, Mr. Prouty. Row 4
W. Smith, G. Edingion, R. Rosen, T. Fagan, R. Heslep, R. Hart
M. Gray, M. Beck. Row 5: R. Oxley, J. Gretzinger, D. Grove, R
Medley, D. Meeker, G. Schoch, D. Butler, D. Laabs.
SENIOR CABINET - Row 12 P- 5ff0ml"'9eff L- JONES, J- JSHSGF1, T. Hillman, B. Oxley, T. Mercer, G. Evilsizor, D. Grove.
B. Schultz, Mrs. Burk. Row 2: D. Hall, D. Meeker, D. Butler,
JUNIOR-SENIOR BOYS - Row 'lx Mr. Smith, advisor: Mr. Rosen
advisor, R. Price, secretary, S. Gamblee, S. Johnston, D. Spencer,
J. Ball, E. Caldwell, D. Davis. Row 2: M. Arnold, M. Stephens
C. Hinkle, P. Armstrong, E. Edington, D. Beck, D. Bock, T. Rogers
C. Newman, S. Doll, S. Beck. Row 3: P. Henne, P, Bannister, P
Konkol, T. Hillman, R. Grant, G. Tremblay, J. Cress, J. Schubert
D. Ratcliff, T. Wilson, T. Taylor. Row 4: S. Gormley, B. Cardinal
S. Chenoweth, B. Blankenship, J. Arthur, M. Albright, D. Donley,
J. Sotzing, R. Rankin, D. Smith. Row 5: S. Shanesy, M, McConnell,
G. Schoch, D. Sims, J. Hansen, H. Rice, R. Beck, T. Bailey, T.
Murray, P. Royer, J. Conway. Row 6: S. Earnhart, R. Pyers, J.
Mencsik, S. Wiegman, M. Buckalew, G. Evilsizor, J. Ingles, S.
Watkins, P. Hanna, T. Johnson, B. Hoefler, D. Beck.
STAGE CREW - Row 'l: M. Arnold, S. Gormley, S. Johnston, Row 3: S. Edington, J. Ball, C. Doll, S. Elifritz, D. Beck, P. Neal.
D. Sims, P. Bannister, D. Spencer, J. Davis. Row 2: P. Fobian, Row 4: D. Butler, K. Butler, B. Oxley, P. Melvin, R. Mitchell,
C. Jones, G. Longendelpher, J. Johnson, M. Stephens, P. Carey. S. Bretland.
THESPIANS - Row 1: B. Arnold, J. Elifritz, L. Baker, J. Houck
J. Williams, M. McCormack, M. Reed, L. Holcomb, R. Mott, J
Winninger, C. Burk, S. Hickman. Row 2: R. Mitchell, P. Neal
D. Beck, S. Watkins, P. Knife, M. Shartle, P. Bannister, D
Spencer, B. Oxley, Mr. Bailey. Row 3: R. Beck, H. Rice, S. Doll
B. Medley, R. Price, P. Carey, T. Thornburgh, D. Albright, D
P. Voris, D. Workman, Z. Hale, M. Beck, J. McAtee. Row 5: S.
Shaffer, B. McGee, K. McGraw, C. Speelman, A. Freiburger,
J. Kramer, S. Cassell, S. Ferguson, C. Grubbs, K. Sullenbarger
S. Gorrell, C. Green, D. Powers. Row 6: H. Bailen, J. Usserman,
J. Cary, K. Butler, R. Wright, C. Galbreath, A. Manson, M. Speer
S. Williams, T. Wildman, N. Wray. Row 7: M. McConnell, J. Ball
Hoak, D. Trostle, M. Workman. Row 4: M. Henne, K. Wilcox, J. Legris, M. Martin, J. Avey, H. Hall, S. Chaney, E. Russell, R.
M. Moran, M. Frost, B. Eberwein, P. Kavalauskas, T. Kavalauskas, Butt, J. Karnhem, V. ReH'nan.
The pian and Foren i League
'F f QL
52 'FQ f
s8f:J'. S .. 'Sa
O, f -.r U 1 '
5 F, I Q .... . ,
,N A- V A... 9 .,:g,.:
.. -.,, tg- f's'S..kw
N.F.L. - Row 1: J. Ball, Treas., M. Spear, Sec., R. Wright, V. Pres., D
Mike McConnell entertains the grade school Children Butler, Pres. Row 2: J. McAtee, C. Galbreath, C. Green, C. JOl'tr1SOrt,
during the annual Drqmatics Club Christmas play, H. Bailen, E. Dannin. Row 3: P. Carey, K. Butler, S. Vorpe, E. Orsborne
C. Spencer, M. Albright. Row 4: J. Conway, G. Meeker, M. Jones, P. Hoak,
, .,,L V, If
J TEENS - SOS - Row 'Is Mrs. Murray, Advisor, C. Galbreath
Treas.y N. Wray, Sec., C. Shellhaas, V. Pres., L. Jones, Pres.
Miss Hartle, Advisor, Miss Neylon, Advisor. Row 2: B. Overholser,
J. Winninger, J. Black, J. Elifritz, C. McMullen, R. Mbtt, J
McCaffrey, S. Kainuma, D. Naughton, B. Schultz, J. Jensen, P
Chipley. Row 3: J. Martin, B. Sphar, V. Thaxton, J. Usserman,
A. Dudley, B. Beams, M. Francis, L. Redick, S. Williams, P.
Kavalauskas, M. Moran. Row 4: S. DeLong, M. Lutz, D. Faulder,
M. Dubbs, B. Croner, C. Hooley, M. Battson, T, Kavalauskas, B.
Eberwein, R. West, S. Brown, C. Burk. Row 5: G. Kessler, J.
Members of J.Teens - SOS decorate the cafeteria for the
FLAG TEAM - V. Lewis, D. lddings, J. Mikels,
D. Smitley, G. Meeker, B. Smitley.
Thompson, L. Eickler, P. Smith, M. Smith, M. Vondenheuval
S. Wagner, S. Marlow, B. Frantom, M. Moffitt, G. Denoyer, J
Hines. Row 6: C. Hogan, B, Rissmiller, M. Robbins, G. Longen-
delpher, C. Jones, D. Bevington, D. DeGrand, L. Brown, L
Langford, C. Varley, S. Razevich, T. Harnish, J. Bey. Row 7
A. Laughman, K. Trost, P. Rogers, C. Allen, R. Wright, C. Green,
K. Sullenbarger, S. Ferguson, S. Cassell, C. Grubbs, M. Frost,
J. Hutchinson. Row 8: J. Elifritz, L. Gritzmaker, J. Booher, A.
Hawk, L. Benning, V. Felver, E. Dildine, C. Ladd, T. Class,
s ' . 2 5
ANNUAL STAFF - Row T: C. Rudy, Photographer: J. Mencsik, Naughton, B. Beams, Mrs. Moore. Row 3: J. Usserman, S. DeLong,
Bus. Mgr.: M. Moran, Editor-in-Chief: A. Dudley, Asst. Edi1or: M. Francis, R. Blair. Row 4: P. Gearhardt, T. Hillman, D. Hall,
Mr. Knuckles, Advisor. Row 2: D. Faulder, M. Lutz, R. Mott, D. M. McConnell, D. Grove.
1 T is 'F -
'+R-f " l
.g r .., ' 'R
CRIER STAFF - Row 1: D. Hile, T. Murray, G. Chaney, M. Doyle, Adams, C. McAfee. Row 3: M. DeMar, D. Putnam, C. Tipton
J. McCaffrey. Row 2: S. Doll, T. Wilt, C. Hershey, S. Bell, J. S. Ray, D. Smitley, Mr. Birch.
VIC - Row 1: L. Mitchell, Advisor, H. Hughes, L. Thompson, D. Filbrun, S. Gearharf. Row 3: S. Pittenger, V. McConnell, D. Pask
Collins, D. Wray. Row 2: J. Long, D. Morrow, F. Kriete, C. l.Cf1nier, J. SPSGVS-
Cooperative Work Club
D.E.C.A. - Row 1: D. Moore, Treas., C. Lutz, Sec., M. Bunn, C. Longendelpherl G. Everett C, Hershey, D, Longendelpher, C.
V. Pres., J. Elifrifz, Sgt.-at-Arms, R. Sugg, Advisor. Row 2: F. Boyer, M, Frog, Rgw 4: L, Leqsure, C. Baker, N. Smiiley, N. Flory,
Cruea, B. Biricil, D. Riegle, M. Wogoman, M. Thobe, B.
B. Dunlavey, S. Elliot, B. Custer, D. Lowry, W. Berry, M. Whitmer.
Hathaway, D. Lucas. Row 3: S. Hardesty, S. Doll, J. McDaniel,
BUDGET COLLECTORS - Row 1: T. Farmer, C. Wolfe, J. Houck
J. Black, G. Reed, J. Adams, C. Armstrong, C. Burk, Mrs. Moore
Advisor. Row 2: K. Oxley, C. Hogan, B. Sphar, D. Sharits, P
Melvin, M. Boyer, J. Avey, L. Shafer, M. Martin, J. Karnhem.
Row 3: P. lngle, C. Dixon, C. Spencer, B. Chipley, S. Stephens,
M. Workman, V. Elam, S. Wion, B. Grove. Row 4: B. Smitley,
PROGRAM SELLERS - Row T: J. McMurray, S. Marlow, S. Cross,
M. Blue, J. Weaver, J. Hines, J. Bey, Mr. Kazmaier, Advisor.
Row 2: C. Allen, M. Moler, M. Brown, J. Hutchinson, W
Caplinger, L. Leasure, B. Arnold, K. Butler, S. Ferguson. Row 3
C. Galbreath, S. Adkins, M. Martin, J. Legris, T. Wilt, G. Longen
B. Greulich, S. Gamblee, R. Pyers, R. Price, S. Chaney, M. Welty,
M. Richter, D. Galbreath. Row 5: M. Battson, V. Rabada, N.
Flory, K. Kreitzer, B. Lewis, G. Gesell, L. Knick, V. Hobbs, M.
Weikert, J. Jensen. Row 6: L. Gwinn, J. Conway, S. Woehler,
D. Farley, B. McDaniel, B. Cardinal, R. Benning, J. Conard.
A R . L .
delpher, J. Shields, E. Russell, C. Varley. Row 4: H. Hall, G.
Morrow, L. Benning, M. Vondenheuval, J. Avey, L. Shafer, K.
Sullenbarger, C. Green, C. Grubbs. Row 5: N. Wray, S. Razevich,
G. Denoyer, B. Frantom, M. Moffit, V. Felver, S. Ludwig, E.
Dildine, S. Cassell.
CONCESSIONS - Row 'lz T. Fagan, P. Fobian, S. Beck, R. Mott,
C. Rudy, J. Menscik, Mr. Knuckles, Advisor. Row 2: J. Snell, C
Shellhaas, N. Swigart, J. Usserman, J. Winninger, G. Reed, S
Hickman, C. Speelman, J. Williams, J. Houck. Row 3: D. Sims
M. Lutz, J. Rogers, T. Hillman, P. Konkol, J. Adams, J. McCaffrey
B. Eberwein, P. Melvin, B. Lewis. Row 4: J. Hansen, M. Battson,
L. Erwin, M. Boyer, T. Rogers, D. Ratcliff, D. Workman, R. Blair,
B. Medley. Row 5: B. Oxley, L. Redick, D. Faulder, V. Thaxton
B. Beams, M. Francis, R. Bowman, J. Sotzing, T. Thompson, M
Beck. Row 6: D. Smith, A. Dudley, F. Kriete, L. Eichler, T. Farmer
L. Counts, S. DeLong, C. Hooley, M. Grilliot, P. Jordan. Row 7
S. Doll, R. Pyers, D. May, R. McCoy, G. Holm, T. Wilson, T
Taylor, E. Lewis, S. Bell, M. Moran.
STUDENT REFEREES - Row 'I: R. Pyers, M. Buckalew, D. Sims,
S. Smith, T. Wilson, Mr. Lorentz. Row 2: M. Reed, J. Kessler,
D. Putnam, B. Blankenship, B. Cardinal, H. Harbor, P. Shaffer.
Row 3: G. Meeker, T. Kirtley, G. Tremblay, H. Nicklaus, P
Hanna, T. Murray, J. Hobson. Row 4: S. Gormley, S. Johnston
T. Hill, B. Zell, B. Milligan, T. Dunnam.
JCOWA - Row 'I: C. Galbreath, N. Wray, M. Speer, V. Pres.
C. Hooley, Sec.: C. Burk, Treas., B. Croner: D. Butler, Pres., Mrs.
Burk, Advisor. Row 2: D. DeGrand, M. Moffitt, J. McMurray, S.
DeLong, B. Beams, A. Thobe, M. E. Smith, C, Miller, K. Butler.
Row 3: M. Reed, M. Gray, M. Beck, R. Grant, C. Johnston, S
Schultz, V. Schubert, C. Green, K. Sullenbarger. Row 4: E. Russell
R. Wright, R. Mott, J. Martin, S. Hickman, C. McMullen, L. Baker,
J. McCaffrey, C. Speelman, M. DeMar, L. Jones. Row 5: B.
Cardinal, G. Schoch, D. Sims, S. Johnston, P. Bannister, S.
Gormley, S. Watkins, S. Doll, R. Price, P. Carey. Row 6: J. Cary,
W. Fessler, S. Gorrell, M. Moran, T. Rogers, D. Albright, S.
Kainuma, D. Naughton, S. Cassell.
F.T.A. - Row 1: P. Strominger, V. Pres., C. Girubbs, Treas., B. L. Jones, L. Kerrigan. Row 4: M. Arnold, D. Faulder, M. Lutz,
Schultz, Pres., G. Longendelpher, Sec.: Mrs. Gorrell, Advisor. B. Beams, B. Eberwein, S. Williams, C. LaFong, B. Croner, T.
ROW 23 Butler, Russell, Gfeen, CGSSGH, Ferguson, Fqfmerl Rgw 5: Gormley, Vvrighfl Wrqy, Ngughfonl
Brown, M. Henne, C. Jones, J. Avey. Row 3: M. McConnell, W. M. Lammers, S. Wagner, L. Gritzmaker, A. Hines.
Fessler, C. Speelman, R. Mott, C. McMullen, L. Baker, C. Burk,
SPANISH CLUB - Row 'l: Mr. Jensen, Advisor, Nancy Swigart,
Pres., Jon Ball, V. Pres. Row 2: Judy Usserman, J. Winninger
G. Reed, L. Jackson, K. Hansen, B. Grove, L. Sanger, R. Mayer
P. Kramer. Row 3: S. Wray, K. Richter, J. Braun, S. Braun, J
Tompkins, K. McGraw, L. Stichler, B. Gurklies. Row 4: C. Becker
M. Meredith, B. Custer, C. King, G. Morrow, V. Covey, M.
Rhynard, A. Lynch, K. Kriefzer. Row 5: G. Denoyer, V. Felver
S. Ludwig, L. Benning, S, Razevich, V. Schubert, G. Meeker, R
Benning, S. Deharf. Row 6: J. Mencsik, J. Schubert, T. Rogers
D. LaFong, B. Blankenship, R. Grant, B. Burns, M. Doyle. Row 7
T. Hillman, P. Konkol, H. Hall, J. Cary, P. Rogers, P. Kramer.
F.N.A. - Row I: D. Naughton, J. Winninger, B. Kerns, V. Pres., Row 35 l-' Redick, C' Wolfe' B- Lewis, J- l'lUlCl1ln50nf N- T0Yl0f
Mrs. Secoy, Advisor, F. Kriete, Pres., L. Shafer. Row 2: P. Chipley, J. BO0l'16I', J- RGPP, M. BGYTSOV1. ROW 4: S. Adkins, P. Kramer, B
D. Faulder, S. DeLong, A. Thobe, C. Miller, R. Satterfield, B. Saul. Chipley, S. Jones, T. Kcvcluskus, P. Kvvoluuskvs, M- Robbins.
ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB - Row 1: Mr. Preston, Advisor, D.
Naughton, V. Pres., S. Bretland, Pres., C. Speelman, Sec. Row 2:
B. Gurklies, M. Boyer, L. Leasure, D. Powers, D. Longendelpher,
P. Seitz, S. Doll, J. McDaniels, S. Reinshell, M. Elifritz, V. Wilt
Row 3: M. Brown, C. Allen, L. McLuke, S. Schultz, C. Macy,
E. Dannin, M. Caldwell, P. Bannister, B. Chipley, N. Thornburg
B. Bourque. Row 4: P. Henne, J. Williams, J. Elifritz, M, Arnold,
S. Gormley, C. Green, R. Wright, K. Peters, L. Eichler, K. Wilcox,
B. Simmons. Row 5: W. Robinson, B. Schultz, S. Williams, M.
McConnell, S. Mackling, V. Long, L. Allen, N. Meyer, M. Miller
K. Buckles, S. Blackmore. Row 6: D. Carstensen, M. Smith, L
Counts, K. Oxley, R. Counts, H. Faust, L. Denlinger, C. Summer
B. Sinks, N. Miller, M. Battson. Row 7: S. Hobbs, L. Redick, D
Iddings, D. Pugh, M. Arnett, K. Guss, M. Bader, R. Pittenger
B. Pour, R. Benning. Row 8: J. Conway, B. Roberts, B. Lewis
M. Fannin, E. Watren, T. Thompson, R. Rankin, D. Beck, B. Frank,
LIBRARIANS - Row I: D. Berkshire,
M. Rhynard, R. Irvin, Row 2: M.
Gritzmaker, Mrs. Jeffers, M. Frost, T.
Faqan, K. Collins, Mrs. Updike. Row
3: B. Hathaway, T. Ishmael, J. Long,
M. Bader, L. Gritzmaker, D. Arnett,
SOPHOMORE CHOIR - Row 1: E. Hewitt, M. Caldwell, S. Reiman,
L. Jackson, D. Hawkins, D. O'Keefe, S. Stump, G. Dixon, D,
Trostle, J. Pierce, D. Huston, N. Metcalf, R. Mayer, Mr. Dooley,
G. Elliot, C. Lawrence, B. Chipley, L. Donkelaar, E. Tippel, B.
Overholser. Row 2: R. Satterfield, L. Cress, B. Grove, K. Kirby
P. Long, V. Rabada, S. Schultz, B. Adams, J. Cannoles, T
Kendall, C.. Kister, B. Johnson, C. Couch, B. McGee, C. Johnston
H. Bailen, B. Hartman, B. Swigart, M. Robbins, Row 3: K.
Henderson, K. Brundrette, R. Coleman, L. Sanger, D. Deeter, J.
Kessler, J. Hobson, M. Johnson, R. Benning, G. Colello, C.
Berkshire, S. Jones, B. Lathrop, K. McGraw, D. Iddings, B.
Gurklies. Row 4: B. Denoyer, J. Stafford, C. Macy, H. Schaffner,
H. Thiecleman, T. Moore, T. Dunnam, M. Jones, D. Bodiker, G.
Pearson, M. Miller, T. Ryan, M. Cochran, C. Roszell, K. Hansen,
FRESHMAN CHOIR - Row 1: P. McDonald, S. Twiss, S. Hartman
K. Rhoades, B. Simmons, P. Loschiavo, V. Shoup, D. Spellman
A. Browning, P. Dye, R. Cromes, V. Wilson. Row 2: N. Phelps
B. Gross, J. Dixon, V. Long, B. Sinks, T. Kendall, G. Hoke, J.
Kemper, M. Manson, P. Goodin, N. Thornburgh, C. Spencer.
Row 3: K. Gheen, D. Swigart, J. Gray, A. Michael, C. Warner,
S. Frazier, K. Schaeffer, B. Robinson, J. Snell, K. Zimpfer, K.
Buckles, N. Meyers. Row 4: L. Allen, C. Dixon, D. Glunt, N.
Gretzinger, M. Arnett, S. Blackmore, K. Yount, C, Green, M.
Marinello, D. Baker, D. Mott, J. Whaley. Row 5: L. Knick,
D. Leveck, M. Bader, S. Selhorst, J. Thompson, B. Myers, T.
Chaney, G. Knoderer, J. Utrecht, G. Stone, T. Mason. Row 6:
R. Ross, A. Eckl, J. Davis, J. Sutton, R. Tate, M. Grilliot, C. Cram,
C. Finnigan, J. Headapohl, M. Welty, M. Welty.
ORCHESTRA - Row 'I: M. Smith, L. Golowin, B. Gurklies, V
Hobbs, N. Elam, C. Force, S. McKinney, Mr. Wildman, D. Gilpin
P. Chipley. Row 2: S. DeLong, L. Gritzmaker, N. Plantz, R. Grant
M. Gritzmaker, M. Stephen, R. Fine, G. Ruder, R. Gearhart, B
Flory, B. Boller, C. Lenox. Row 3: T. Wildman, N. Hill, C
Cleveland, N. Ceyler, C. Drieling, B. Hall, S. Jenkins, J. Virgint,
SOUTHWEST REGIONAL ORCHESTRA MEMBERS - Mary
Ellen Smith, Mike McCormack, Pattie Chipley.
S. Chaney, M. Speer. Row 4: C. Morse, E. Hawkins, D. McCabe
G. Lightner, G. Krinn, M. Swank, R. Gibboney, K. Bassett, M
Church, J. Leas, J. Griffieth. Row 5: M. McCormack, S. Fouts,
C. Abdon, J. Varley, V. Lewis, D. Lathrop, D. Iddings.
The purposes of the "T-Tones," the stage
band, are many. First, it provides a "showcase"
for the more accomplished players to learn
music of a different idiom. Secondly, the stu-
dents are made aware of this type of music and
hopefully gain an understanding and apprecia-
tion for it. Thirdly, the students are given the
basic fundamentals in the use of chord symbols
so they can learn to express themselves on their
instruments through soloing "ad-lib" style.
The pep band provides music and skits for
pep rallies, basketball games, and other school
and community events of a "lighter vein." This
student directed group rehearses on its own time
after school. This year's pep band director is
STAGE BAND - Row 'l: C. Cleveland, M. Seay, C. Drieling, L. Swank. Row 3: Mr. Slonaker, M. Kerr, T. Scott, B. Flory, M
Sutliff, T. Wildman, B. Brown. Row 2: J. Leas, B. Auckerman, McCormack, J. Stump, H. Faust, J. Flory, H. Walker.
M. Church, S. Stephens, H. Rice, R. Gibboney, D. Owen, M.
PEP BAND - Standing, Row 'I: H. Rice, Director. Row 2: D. Hershey, M. McCormack, J. Griffieth, M. Church, J. Leas, B.
Owen, M. Swank, G. Krinn, R. Lane, B. Hall, D. Donley, J. Stump, Aukerman.
M. Williams, F. Miller. Row 3: G. Lightner, D. McCabe, J.
MAJORETTE AND DRUM MAJOR - First Row: Head Maiorette, Ginger Kessler.
Second Row: Sharon Chaney, Peggy Rogers, Wanda Fessler. Third Row: Valeria
Niles, Drum Major Jack Stump, Mary Kay Workman.
BAND OFFICERS - Harold Rice, President, Jack Stump, Vice BAND DIRECTORS -John Slonaker, Dennis Ransbottom
President, Ginger Kessler, Secretary.
BAND MEMBERS - Woodwinds -- Row I: N. Ceyler, B. Poland, S. Gilbert, L. Shafer, J. Elifritz, Row 4: C. Lenox, A. Millet, E.
J. Rudy, R. Vore, R. Wright, B. Flory, T. Scott, S. Miller, V. Elam. Orsborn, J. McDaniel, S. Wagner, M. Speer, B. Boller, L. Stichter.
Row 2: P. Thiedeman, D. Langford, B. Fine, D. Love, S. Williams, Row 5: P. Webb, B. Wyan, C. Dorsey, S. Zimmerman, C. Drieling,
K. Studebaker, J. Hanger, D. Goss, M. Pearson. Row 3: C. Cleve- L. Stuliff, S. Jenkins. Row 6: R. Hall, T. Wildman, N. Hufford, R.
land, J. Tomkins, K. Mumford, K. Clawson, J. Leas, J. Virgint, Gibboney, J. Grove, S. Sodders, B. Brown, K. Murray, M. Seay.
K1 .. .,.,. 5 -SL, ,,.,.,,.. D, M., , W, . ...... , ...,.. . mf, .... .-.- A, V as A um
-'-'1' 1 s s Q S H sg Q 1, 'ffiuff' T17 Q'
..--,t.l A .wifi ....
. , sew ... Q Q .... g. .... .er . . .... - .BBB . "" 'ri ' ' T , rrlr iii
, .. if -
-tM:?.,., if 1. 4 .V .J My ' I was
s' rllrr' A F if F' - if
S i i Q1--f e li if
'Y ' i A N
l -ff I 'ft fist: 'K 11
. T, 3 ' dh Air rf: I . .asv 4
93 fly J
'T 'rs +1 I "- f Q 2 , 'T f A Q Q
A 4 -L . . A j 1 T -,:-j- . -5
VI, iw' N ,ffzigu s:?. f?-.. i- ,gh
.-. 12 :J T it M lr W , s w
. . .. i ' K' ' - LIS. K 5 iflifziz ' I . .,...-.. ' ,T .. Sli
' L T l ' . Y?
A- , - J y . ,. JM?
.fi ef: L 'L J. Al sl 'i
BAND MEMBERS - Brass -- First Row: J. Walker, B. Cromes, S. Hunt, K. BAND MEMBERS - Percussion - Row 'l: B. Wagner
Null, S. Shepard, D. Lane, G. Alspaugh, A. Hawk, J. Flory. Second Row: C. Hormell, T. Ishmael. Row 2: S. Fouts, J. Varley, T
D. McCabe, G. Lightner, D. Miller, H. Walker, G. Krinn, N, Wright, M. Moore. Row 3: R. Swigart, M. McCormack, C. Abdon,
Swank, R. Gibboney, H. Rice, D. Owen. Third Row: J. Lightener, E.
Hawkins, C. Morse, A. Millet, S. Vorpe, M, Williams, F. Miller, D. Donley.
Fourth Row: K. Kendall, K. Bassett, J. Call, A. Hawk, S. Jacobs, B.
Auckerman, S. Stevens, J. Leas, M. Church. Fifth Row: V. Lewis, A.
Anderson, J. Griffith, D. Laghrop, T. Hill.
V-gf. f. , ,.., kg, i
SENIOR CHOIR - Row I: C. Galbreath, J. Black, W. Rhoades, G. Wray, H. Hall, P. Melvin, D. May, K. Studebaker, S, Gorrell
MOff0Wf D- AVGYI B- Ebefwelnf J' ROQGFS, R- MOH, P- SIFOFWIHQGV, J. Miller, L. Baker, G. Eernisse, S. Ferguson, M. Voris, A. Dudley
E, Dildine, J. Williams, B. Mathes, L. Shafer, H. McConnell, C. M. Boyer, P. Voris, S. Adkins, S. Kainuma. Row 3: N. Ward
Burk, L. Leasure, B. Schultz, B. DeGrand,. P. Kavalauskas, J. K. Bassett, P. Parker, T. Kavalauskas, C. McAfee, P. Smith, D
Avey. Row 2: M. Blue, D. DeGrand, M. Moffit, P. Kramer, N.
GIRLS' CHOIR - Row I: C. Galbreath, J. Black, G. Morrow, W. M. Speer, S. Gorrell. Row 3: E. Russell, N. Wray, H. Hall, E
Rhoades, H. McConnell, Mr. Dooley, B. DeGrand, J. Avey. Row Dildine, L. Holcomb, S. Kainuma, S. Adkins.
2: P. Strominger, C. Studebaker, J. Rogers, P. Voris, L. Shafer,
. 3 1
-' f -' ,fi
f .1 ,
5 2' if
S , -
4 A 5
3g "' " 5
i 2 is
. - F
f V i -F
I 1, My
, ,i K -if i ,
5 Q ..
15 A f
5' if 4 K 1-.
5 S ,, Q.. ,, 5
. W.. .,.
f,...x,....W..Q.m..g,,X.,.,....,M.., ,,,,..,- , ,,w,,X.L-.W.,,-my f.. ,wxwrwf:W,1,1,ffm-,,::x,m,W U -Wwwwwmmfgff:.114 , , , ,
Activities are the nerve
center about which the
student body revolves.
Activities add life, zest,
fun, and excitement to
the short-lived years
in high school. All
ofthe extras and
the niceties which are
by-products of our
high-school days are
the activities. Proms, student
elections, plays, and assemblies
help round out the
life of every student.
Troy High School's activities
are the finest anywhere
because they express our
theme: Truth, Honor, and
Homecoming is one of our most treasured
memories at T.H.S. Over this year's home-
coming court - the best we've ever had -
Jill Jensen presided as our beautiful
Queen. Well-supported by her lovely
attendants, she showed charm and grace
on both the field and the dance floor. Lee
Jones and Clara Sue McMullen, our very
pretty and talented cheerleaders, had
X X sincere smiles for everyone. Anne Heitz-
' man, with a wonderful sense of humor,
radiated a happiness that's contagious.
Cindy Speelman, full of pep and energy,
pleased all. And Libbie Holcomb, the
wonderful girl with the wonderful smile,
smiled and smiled.
Queen Jill Jensen
Anne Heitzman Libbie Holcomb Cluru MCM'-lllefi
HOMECOMING COURT AND CAPTAINS - Front Row: David man, Steve Shanesy, Erskine Caldwell. Second Row: Paul Gear
Meeker, Clara Sue McMullen, Jill Jensen - Queen, Cindy Speel- hardf, Anne Heitzman, Lee Jones, Libbie Holcomb, Steve Johnston
Doug Hall subs as a cheerleader for the homecoming game.
, W ... 2
i as we X
XXX Y 4' I
Q Q ,gg
J f Wi? D es
Cmda Speelmun Lee Jones Captain Paul Gearhardt gives Queen Jill
"a kiss royal."
The trumpets sound - announcing the
Queen and her court.
Queen Jill and escort enioy dancing to the music of
The Mel Honey Orchestra Queen Jill and escort lead the Grand March.
HOMECOMING COURT AND ESCORTS - Sitting: Cindy Speelman, Heitzman, Lee Jones. Standing: Steve Johnston, Mark Hennessey
Clara McMullen, Queen - Jill Jensen, Libbie Holcomb, Anne Steve Gormley, John Kerr, Mark Arnold, Doug Hall.
Little Man ,,,,,,
Street Singer ,,,,,
Flower Girl , .,.., .
Irma ,.,.,, ,,,,.,,,e.,,
Street Juggler ..,.
Dr. Jaclln ,..,,., .. ,,,,.. .
Countess Au relia
.Mary Anne Henne
.- ,..,,, Tim Thornburgh
Pierre ......s...,,..,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,,, H arold Rice
Sergeant ....,,,.,, ..,..., , Mike McCormack
Sewer-Man ,,,.,,.., ..,.,,v,,.,... S teve Doll
Mlle. Gabrielle ..
The ragpicker impersonates the aristocratic class at a mock trial
Doorman ,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Press Agents ,,,.,
Ladies ,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,
David Butler, John Gretzinger, David Hoak
.Robert Medley, John Conway,
Terry Moore, Zane Hale
David Albright, David Hoak, Doug McCabe
Carol Drieling, Linda Leasure, Cynthia Green
Mary K. Cochran, Vicky Schubert, Sue Stump,
Jean Legris, Arleen Manson, Carla Johnston
Adolphe Bertaut ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,..,,..,,.,,,.....,,.......,,..,,....,.,.,, Steve Doll
The madwomen dance a mazurka with the street singer. The iuggler keeps time with the stockbroker's report.
Senior Class Play
Elwood P. Dowd .,,,,
E. J. Lofgren ..,,.....
Duane Wilson ........,.
Ruth Kelly, R.N. .,,,.,,.. -
Veta Louise Simmons ..,,
Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet .,..,
Myrtle Mae Simmons ....,
Miss Johnson ...,.......,..
Betty Chumley .,,..,,....,...
Lyman Sanderson, M.D. .,,,.,,, -
William R. Chumley, M.D. .... .
Judge Omar Gaffney .,,..,,,
Miss Tewksbury .........,
Though Mrs. Chauvenet is delighted at seeing Elwood again,
Veta and Myrtle Mae try to rush her off for fear Elwood will
Elwood leads Harvey into the house after an Wilson threatens to lock Elwood up if he keeps insisting
afternoon of pinochle at the fire station.
that there is a six-foot rabbit.
Annie .,,,. . .A,,. .
Buffalo Bill ,,,,,,
Mary Shartle, Linda Shanesy
Pawnee Bill ....,..,., Steve Smith
Tommy .,.,,,. .. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Rex Butt
Winnie ,,..,... ,,,.,.,, E leanor Russell
Wild Horse .. .,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,, M ark Beck
Minnie Oakley ,,,,. ,,.,,, W anda Rhoades
Jessie Oakley .,,,..,,,....,.s Janet Avey
Nellie Oakley .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,.,,,,..,.....,,........A. Christine Pereyma
Little Jake ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.s,,,,.,..,,, ,A,,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,, T odd Winninger
4, Waiter .,..,.....,,,,,,,. Erskine Cladwell, David Workman, Larry Cole
Footman ,,,,. ,s.,,. ...,,.....B.,.,,..,,.......,,,,,,.,,.,,.,.,., D o ug Trostle
Mac .,,,,,.,.. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,s,,.,,,.,.,,,..,,.,.,,,,, G ary Schoch
Wilson ..,.,.,.,.,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, D avid Workman
Sitting Bull .,.,,,us,,,s,,,, ,,,,...,,,,, B ob Medley
Sylvia Potter-Porter ,,,,., ,,,......, M ary Speer
Mr. Schuyler Adams .s,... ....... D al Donley
Mrs. Schuyler Adams ...,.,.,.... Becky Flory
Dr. Percy Ferguson ,,..,, .,,,,,,, . .,,., R ay Mitchell
Mrs. Percy Ferguson .,.,. .,,,,,, M ary Anne Henne
Mr. Ernest Henderson ,,,..,,,.,,,. David Butler
A Mrs. Ernest Henderson
1 Mr. Clay ,,,, ,,,,.,..,,,. ,,,,,,
I Mr. Lockwood ..,.,
l Iron Tail .,,,,,,,,,,
Yellow Foot , .,,,,,, ..
Mrs. Little Horse .,,,,
Mrs. Black Tooth ,,,,
Mrs. Yellow Foot .
Principal Boy Dancer
Annie and Frank discover the depth of their love for one another.
Messenger ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,, .,.,
. ,,,, .,.,., H eidi Faust
CHILDREN: B. Benning, P. Burton, B. Crouse, S. Favorite, M.
2112? Melvin, J. Shepard, M. Shepard.
A ' DANCERS: B. Arnold, H. Bailen, M. Beck, B. Johnson, M. Mari-
nello, G. Marker, J. Pierce, V. Redmon, J, Shields, S. Stump.
CHORUS: L. Allen, J. Black, B. Brown, G. Chaney, E. Dildine, C.
Drieling, S. Ferguson, D Gringrich, H. Hall, B. Hartman, E.
Hewitt, L. Holcomb, T. Johnson, K. Kirby, R. Mayer, B. Over-
holser, S. Smith, B. Swigart, N. Thornburg, J. Tompkins, P. Voris.
Annie purticipetes in the Cefemont' maklng her GH honorary Sitting Bull expresses his amazement at the ability ot a "little girl to
member of the Sioux tribe. shoof such big gun."
At 0 ll'H'9GfenSCl Scclping, Dolly confesses her plan fo ruin Charlie, Frank, and Buffalo Bill sing to Annie of the advantages
Annie's guns before the shooting match. of Show 5U5lneSS-
NNIE GET YQUR GU
In the final showdown, Annie decides that you "can get a man
with a gun."
Dick Smith and Tom Mercer urge T.H.S. students to
Preparing to give the audience a treat of candy, a favorite
method of gaining popular support, Don Grove campaigns
for County Commission.
Mayor ,,,, .,,,, ,,,' . . 7,., ff.,, , Y
Director of Public Service
Auditor ,,..,,,,. , Y, ,.,, ,,....YY,, ..YY,,,f,Y . .
Treasurer ,,,,. . ,.,,,,,, ,
President of Council ..,.
Clerk of Council ,,
Police Chief ,,,,,,
Fire Chief ,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,
Municipal Judge ,
County Commissioner ,,,,
County Auditor , ,
County Treasurer ,
County Recorder ,
County Engineer ,
Sheriff , ,,,, , ,,
Clerk of Courts ,, , , ,,
Common Pleas Judge ,,,,
Probate Judge , ,,,, ,
, ,,,, DAVE MEEKER
.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mac Reed
H ,,Dave Cornelisse
,,,,, Dick Smith
, Steve Gormley
,, Marilyn Lammers
, , Mike Buckalew
, TOM MERCER
,, ,, MARY SPEER
T.E.M.P.O. candidate for Mayor, David Meeker presents the
T.E.M.P.O. Party platform.
Mayor ,,...,. . .,,.,,,,.,, ,,,,.,, ,
Director of Public Service
Auclltor 7YY.,7v,...,..,,,,,.,,., ,. ,,,7 ,..,, , LINDA SHANESY
Treasurer ,...,.,.,,, .,.,,A,
Engineer ,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
President of Council ,,..,,
Clerk of Council ., ,,., W
Fire Chief ..,,,,,....,.,
Municipal Judge ,,,.,,
Council ,, ,,,,,.,,,,..,
County Commissioner ,,
County Auditor ...,,
County Treasurer ,,... .,
County Prosecutor .,,.
County Recorder ,,.,.,,
County Engineer ,,,,,,,
Sheriff ,,.....,.,,.,, ,... ,,,,
Clerk of Courts ,,,.,,c,,,,
Common Pleas Judge ,,,,.
Probate Judge ,,....,,,,,,
.,,, ,.,,,, J ack Snell
S.P.A.C.E. Party Chairman Merm outlines has partys plan
Enthused S.P.A.C.E. Party candidates and supporters watch Startling the audience with his austere figure in ludges
the progress of the rally. robes, Pip Bannister campaigns for the office of Probate
, Q .L
SQL 5 ..
s sgxsxm im
. . WEEK
JCOWA took the lead this year in recognizing
United Nations Week. Members decorated portions of
the halls to represent various countries of the world
which belong to the U.N. Africa set up "shack keeping"
in the main lobbyp Europe moved into the library show-
casey an Indian snake charmer guarded the English
wingy the math wing was overrun by South Americansg
and the Orient controlled the front entrance and the
back lobby. On Thursday, JCOWA members baked and
served delicious samples of foreign breadstuffs and
desserts to the students in the cafeteria. Their foreign
food bazaar provided an interesting and enjoyable
change in the atmosphere in the cafeteria as the stu-
dents bought and traded goodies. Friday saw the mem-
bers donned in costumes ranging from the peasant to
the aristocratic dress of countries from Afghanistan to
Zanzibar. The many different and colorful outfits caused
quite a stir among the student body and helped some
realize the extent and influence of the U.N.
Pictures, top to bottom:
At the front door of Troy High, students are greeted by members
of the Far East.
Africans emerge from their hut to show native costumes to
Many nations of the U.N. are depicted by students interested in
foreign affairs during U.N. week.
osniw, Q:-M Y--
WASHI GTO -
EW YORK TGUR
The Annual Washington-New York Study Tour was
the highlight of the year for Claudia Burk, Greg Dixon,
Connie Galbreath, Sylvia Hickman, Dennis Laabs, Danna
Naughton, and Robin Wright. Accompanied by Mrs.
Ruth Burk, civics teacher, the group left from Fairmont
West with delegates from other represented schools in
buses for Washington on Saturday, March 'l8th. Sunday
was used for sightseeing in the capital on both guided
and unguided tours. Early Monday morning, the group
of 236 delegates reported to the Health, Education and
Welfare Building to hear Mr. Lloyd Wright speak on
USIA. William Johnston, professor of Modern Chinese
history at George Washington University, discussed the
crisis in Communist China. Members of the State Depart-
ment briefed the groups on countries in the Middle and
Far East. Their last day in Washington, Tuesday, was
spent in Congress talking with Representative William
McCulloch, Representative Charles Whalen, and Senator
Frank Lausche, and meeting ambassadors from foreign
embassies. Upon arrival in New York, in ten inches of
snow, the Trojan delegation enjoyed a most fattening
meal at famous Mamma Leone's, the Italian restaurant,
then viewed the sights along Broadway.
Wednesday marked the tour's first day in New
York City. The first item was a question and answer
session with Donald Toussiant, Police and Security
Affairs Advisor of the U.N. A discussion of the U.N.'s
involvement in Vietnam and a tour of the U.N. building
by guides of all nationalities was followed by a tour of
New York City. On the last morning of the tour, the
entourage met with various businesses and organiza-
tions dealing with Asian nations. At Columbia University
the students attended another discussion on Red China,
then went over to International House where they talked
with Asian exchange students, toured the "House" and
ate in their famous international cafeteria. From there
these tired but happy travelers returned to Dayton, full
of new and rewarding experiences.
Upward Bound was a program designed for high school
students who had the potential but lacked either the encourage-
ment or the motivation to further their education beyond high
school. It involved a full-time summer program at Earlham
College, with follow-up programs at Earlham, the University of
Dayton, and other nearby colleges during the school year. The
turnabout of Upward Bound students from uninterested students
to enthusiastic ones was attributed to the individual attention,
smaller classes, freedom to concentrate on problem areas, and
the awakening of cultural interests. Teachers, counselors, and
undergraduate students, called tutors, who worked with the
students attempted to understand them. They learned their Ian-
guage and dealt with them on their own terms-a new approach.
The summer program, eight weeks in length, was divided
among classes, field trips, and new friendships. In the morning
students attended classes in English, math, science, and Great
Issues. English consisted of book discussions and critiques of
plays seen at Antioch Summer Theater. Math was designed to
teach the logic behind math rather than the fundamentals of
math. The teachers helped the students learn to make logical
deductions by applying the principles studied. In science, a study
of biology and geology were the main fields. Many field trips
were taken in connection with this course. The most popular
course was Great Issues, in which the students discussed and
argued such topics as race, city government, American educa-
tional system, and Upward Bound.
Two hours in the afternoon and in the evening were spent
as study time in the modern library. The students could also use
the equipment in the sound proof rooms to talk or listen to
recordings. The rest of the afternoon was free time, and the
students used the facilities such as riding trails, tennis courts,
archery ranges, swimming pools, art rooms and darkrooms for
their enjoyment. The newspaper, UPWARD BOUND' SPEAKS, was
the highlight of their free time. A copy was sent to each of the
parents, keeping them informed on what was happening. Many
of the parents commented on how much they enjoyed the news-
paper when they came over for Parents' Day, the fifth Sunday
in the program.
Weekends were spent on supervised trips to various cultural
events. Antioch Summer Theater, Miami University Summer
Theater, Edgecliff at Our Lady of Cincinnati College, and two
symphony concerts were some of the events. But some of the
trips were for pure enjoyment, such as the Reds' ball game and
the zoo in Cincinnati, a picnic in Hueston Woods, and parties at
Whitewater State Park.
Twelve students from Earlham and twelve from Purdue
entered in an exchange program to compare the two programs.
The programs were completely different in size and atmosphere,
especially since Earlham usually has an enrollment of l,00O
students and Purdue has an enrollment of 20,000 students.
Mrs. Burk introduces Steve Current as the first speaker at the
Upward Bound assembly.
Merm demonstrates his skill during the performance of the stage band.
Assemblies played an interesting part in varying
the day-to-day schedule. Sports assemblies were intro-
duced this year. The entire student body met in the gym
to see team members receive their awards in all the
varsity sports. One assembly was put on by the gym-
nastic team, in which the members went through some
Edgar Allan Poe's "The Bells" is characterized by Ralph Grant at the
During the poetry assembly, Judy Houck, accompanied by Mary
Shartle on the guitar, sings "The Autumn Leaves."
of their routines, demonstrating the various phases of
gymnastics. The English department put on an assembly
in the form of a contest in memorized works and
dramatic readings. Many students participated, using
pieces from Broadway plays to popular songs. Two
musical programs were presented this year by the music
s p X
Dave Butler dramatizes a "beat" poem, "Now Is The
Time" from New Negro Poets - U.S.A.
is SLT st was
Coach Come' presenls HTISH lo the second Year lellermen' Outstanding members of the football team receive special praise
from Coach Richards.
departmentp one featured the orchestra and the other assemblies this post year. One was a travelogue talk
the concert band. Our newly-formed stage band, the and film by Ted Bumiller of his travels in Spainp the
"T-Tones" made its first appearance during the band other one was a discussion and demonstration of SCUBA
assembly. Amateur hours were another type of equipment and deep-sea diving by Jean Kauanui.
assembly where members of the student body performed
various acts for the school. There were also two special
Coach Richards reads and explains the Troian Code to the Second year members of the wrestling team receive their awards.
. f .,
Enioying the Prom as much as the students is the faculty of Surprised Clara, as Steve Rhoades taps her as Prom Queen, 1967.
An Evening to Remember:
Junior-Senior Prom, I96
A treasure chest, a mermaid, and sea life all decorate the Happy Jack Walton announces the next number.
centerpiece and background.
The theme of the T967 Junior-Senior Prom
was "King Neptune and His Court." On the
walls, drawings of aquatic life were pasted onto
marine colored paper, with huge fishnets draped
over them. The bandstand was covered with the
marine paper and fishnets. To enter the gym,
the couples had to walk under an alcove of nets,
which gave them the impression of taking a
submarine dive to the ocean floor. On either
side of the throne, placed in a giant shell, were
huge mermaids atop porpoises riding through
the depths of the sea. Two large porpoises were
also placed in front of the throne. The center-
piece was a treasure chest overflowing with
jewels guarded by a mermaid and her pet fish,
and a wrecked pirate ship. From the ceiling
drifted many multicolored fish, seaweed of
every type, sea horses, and starfish. Each table,
covered with light blue paper, had two goldfish
bowls on it, each with a goldfish. Refreshments
consisted of fish-shaped crackers and seawater
punch. The high point of the evening was the
crowning of King Paul Gearhardt by junior
Robin Wright, and of Queen Clara McMullen by
junior Steve Rhoades. Delightful dance music
was provided by the Happy Jack Walton Band.
Clara and Paul enioy their first dance together as king
Seated within the clam shell, the Court watches their subjects enjoying Discussing ine evenis of ine evening wifi, ine royal Couple are
Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Kazmaier.
Student Council President.
Class ring for Silvia Kcinuma.
Student Council awards.
Student Council President C1967-683 ,,,,,,,,.,......,,.,,.....,,,, Jon Ball
Herrlinger Award ....,,,,,,.., ,Sharon Bretland and Paul Gearhardt
First National Bank Fellowship Award ,,,,,,,,,,,., Sylvia Hickman
Girls State ,,,,,, ,,,,.,..,,,,,,,, C ynthia Green and Donna DeGrand
Boys State ., ,.,,,,,,,, Torn Johnson, Gary Tremblay, and Joel Legris
Alternate ,,,,....,,,,.,,...,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,.,,,....,,,,,,..,,,, Greg Chaney
Perfect Attendance Award ,,,,, Connie Shellhcas, Tildon lshmael,
Stage Crew Award ,,,,, ....,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,....,,,.,,,.,,,, R obin Wright
Best Thespians Awards .,,,, ,Mike McConnell and Wanda Rhoades
Best Supporting Actor .,,,. . ,,.,,,,,,,,......,,,,,,......,,.,......,,,, Bob Medley
Best Supporting Actress .,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Judy Williams
Best Actor ,,,,.., ,,,.,,,,.,A,. ,,,,,, M i ke McCormack
Best Actress ,.,.,,, .,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,....,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,..,.....,.,, M ary Speer
Quill and Scroll ,,,,.,,,, ,R. Blair, S. DeLong, D. Faulder, D. Grove,
D. Hall, T. Hillman, M. McConnell, M. Moran, D.
Naughton, C. Rudy, M. Lutz, J. Usserman, M. Beck,
D. Cornelisse, B. Croner, J. Adams, G. Chaney, J.
McCaffrey, C. McAtee, J. Shields, C. Tipton, R. Mott,
Library Awards ,,,,,..,., B. Hathaway, J. Long, K. Collins, R. Irwin,
T. Fagan, D. Arnett, T. Ishmael, M, Rhynard, M. Frost,
D. Berkshire, M. Bader, L. Gritzmaker, M. Gritzmaker,
Administrative Management Society
Scholarship Award ,,..........,,. .,,,,.,,,....,,,, J udy Houck
Arithmetic Proficiency Certificate ,,,,,,,,,...,,, D. Donley, J, Gibson,
D. Love, C. Esmont, J. Martin, S. Shaffer
Spelling Proficiency Certificate ,,,, Linda Counts and Ginger Kessler
Daughters of the American Revolution ,,,,....,.,.,,,, Barbara Croner
Proiectionist Awards .,..,,,,,,,,,. Smitley, T. lshmael, B. Sharits
Color Guard Awards .,..,, ,,..,,. D . Smitley, B. Smitley, J. Mikels,
D. Iddings, V. Lewis
Orchestra Awards ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, K. Marr, M. Smith, L. Gritzmaker,
R. Grant, S. DeLong, P. Chipley, J. Virgint, R. Hall,
S. Jenkins, S. Chaney, G. Lightner, G. Krinn, M.
Church, B. Auckerman, C. Lenox, B. Boller, N, Ceyler,
M. Speer, R. Gibboney, K. Bassett, J. Griffieth,
Arion Award ,,,,....,,,,...,,, ,..,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, P atricia Chipley
John Philip Sousa Award ..... ,,,,, H arold Rice and Jack Stump
Overall Music Award ..,,., .....,........................ . Mike MCCOTDWUCK
Band Awards .,.,.,., K. Bassett, B. Boller, B. Cromes, R. Gibboney,
T. Ishmael, G. Kessler, D. Lane, J. Leas, C. Lenox, M.
McCormack, D. Owens, H. Rice, M. Speer, S. Williams,
A. Hawk, K. Mumford, R. Wright, J. Griffieth
Skating Awards ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, J. Stitts, N. Morgan, B. Bath, M. Beck,
S. Hess, C. Finley, C. Young, T. Bartz
American Legion Auxiliary
Business and Professional Women
American Legion - Boys' State
Perfect Attenda nce awa rds
Best Thespian award
Best Actor award
Administrative Management Society
John Philip Sousa award
Over-all Music award
National Merit Scholarship Finalist Dennis Laabs
National Merit Scholarship Commendation Awards.
Scholastic Writing Award
National Merit Scholarship Finalist ...,........ Dennis Laalos
National Merit Scholarship
Commendation Awards ,........... C. Wolfe, R. Oxley,
R. Rosen, R. Heslep, M. Gray, B. DeGrand,
B. Croner, M. Beck
Scholastic Writing Award ................................ Mark Beck
CNational Achievement in writing by
Scholastic Magazines, lnc.i
Rensselaer Award for Mathematics ............ Dennis Laabs
Mathematics Association of America Contest ..Bob Heslep
University of Cincinnati Scholarship ................ Ann Hines
Bausch-Lomb Award for Science ...... ....... R ichard Rosen
Valedictorian Award .................. ....... R ichard Rosen
Salutatorian Award .,......,........................... Robert Oxley
State Department Certificates Basic Studies ...... J. Adkins,
P. Bailey, C. Burk, D. Cornelisse, S. Hickman,
D. Ratcliff, B. Schultz, S. Voris, B. DeGrand
National Honor Society ...... Seniors pictured on page 37
Other members are: W. Auckerman, J. Avey, R.
Butt, P. Carey, S. Cassell, G. Chaney, S.
Chaney, V. Felver, E. Flora, C. Green, K. Gross,
C. Grubbs, Z. Hale, T. Johnson, B. Kentner,
S. Ludwig, M. Moftitt, H. Nicklaus, D. Roberts,
E. Russell, J. Schubert, J. Siegel, M. Smith, K.
Sullenbarger, K. Wilcox, R. Wright, J. Houck
Rensselaer Award for Mathematics State Department Certificates Basic Studies
Mathematics Association of America Contest District Ohio History Test Winner Marvin Gray.
5 i 5
. sv- X
University of Cincinnati Scholarship Speech Contest at Ohio University winner David Butler
Paul Gearhardt presents Miss Newton with a token of the Singing the beautiful folk song "Today" is our exchange student,
seniors' appreciation of her fine management of the cafeteria. Silvia Kainuma.
One of the many Successes of the Senior Class
The Senior Dinner
X ' 3' .+2,44,.55 ,-0 M. x ' "
5' filiiii i if ,Wi Q
Tl'-'Nfl' . 2 gli' T '55,
i 1 sf
66,65 + Cfbbj
Mr. Epperson presents the Faculty Toast to the outgoing seniors. Responding to the toast with the Senior Toast is Jack Snell,
Phyllis Strominger presents iunior Connie Golbreoth with the Receiving the Vesper Trophy for outstanding citizenship from
Carson trophy for good citizenship. Bob Oxley is iunior Tom Johnson.
Solemn Moments for Seniors
Paul Gecrhorclt gives Mr. Hoffman S1100 to be used as scholar- "Oh Troy High" is fervently sung- by the departing seniors.
ships for next yeor's senior class.
SENICDR RECOG ITIQ
Address by President Paul Gearhardt.
Faculty Scholarship to Miami University
..............Tom Fagan, Don Grove
Key Club Scholarship ...,......,..,,..,...,...,,.., ......,.....,,,,s B arb DeGrand
Troy All-City P.T.A. Council
Teachers' Appreciation Scholarship ...... ...... T im Hillman
Ohio P.T.A. Memorial Scholarship ,,......,.....,.............s.....,..... Barb Schultz
Class of 1966 Scholarships .,...........,...,..,,...A...,s,...s Bob Heslep, Ann Hines
Troy Business and Professional Women's
Scholarship ........ Cheryl LaFong
World Team Memorial Fund Scholarship ..........,,Yv..,...........,.s,,. Mark Beck
Lions Club Scholarship Award ,s,,..,........,.....,..,,.,.,..,,V..,,,.....,.. Barb Schultz
Rotary Club Scholarship Awards ..,,... ...... R honda Mott, Gene Evilsizor
Kiwanis Club Scholarship ,.................... ....,,........,,............... D on Grove
Hobart Welding School Scholarships ..........,. ,s...s M . Burns, G. Francis,
C. Esmont, C. Rudy
Charles Liggett Van Cleve Memorial Award ,....................... Benita Boller
Eagles Scholarships ,.........................,........... Richard Rosen, Cheryl Wolfe
Joy Steele Jones Memorial Scholarship .....,...........,.......... Sylvia Hickman
Jeanie Kendall Minnich Memorial Scholarship .................. Mary Kay Lutz
Troy Foundation Grants-in-Aid ,........,........,... R. Beck, B. Boller, L. Counts,
F. Cruea, L. Erwin, C. Hogan, F. Kriete, C. Lenox, L. McLuke,
C. McMullen, L. Redick, T. Reed, D. Travis, K. Trost.
Dollars for Scholars Awards ..,.,.............,,.......... E. Caldwell, G. Evilsizor,
D. Grove, T. Hillman, C. LaFong, R. Pyers, C. Speelman, P.
Strominger, T. Thompson, C. Wolfe, D. Workman, S. Current,
KEY ClUb 5Ch0lU"5l'1lP- Ohio P.T.A. Memorial 5Cl'10lGl'Sl1lP- Troy Business and Professional Women's
Troy All-City P.T.A. Appreciation Class of 1966 Scholarships. Faculty Scholarship fo Miami.
World Team Memorial Funcl Hobart Welding School Scholarships Jeanine Kendall Minnich Memorial
Lions Club Scholarship Charles Liggetf Van Cleve Memorial Troy Foundation G,-C,nfs-in-Aid
Rotary Club Scholarships Eagles Scholarships Dollars for Scholars
Kiwanis Club Scholarship Joy Steele Jones Memorial Dollars for Scholars
Reverend Joseph E. Quinn, Jr., Assistant Pastor at the First Singing ci solo, "Come Ye Blessed," is Harold Rice, a member of
Presbyterian Church, delivers the Baccalaureate. the senior choir.
A Time for Contemplation
Becky Eberwein receives her diploma from Dr. Vorpe. Troy's exchange student, Silvia Kainuma, receives special
recognition from Mr. Hoffman.
Richard Paul Rosen delivers his Valedictory speech. Giving the Salutatory is Robert Morris Oxley
Silvia Kainuma thanks the students at Troy High and the Dr- Vo,-pe presentg Q diploma to James Baker
people of Troy for the most wonderful year of her life.
Crushing tackles, smashing serves
and lofty shots satisfy
an individual almost as
much as an "A"
paper. Sports play an
important role in schools -
and especially at Troy
High. They give the
student a chance to
develop a strong body
for his strong mind.
Though a scoreboard shows
only the final outcome
of a season, each
student knows the extreme
effort and self-sacrifice
that go into each
score. We may not
win every game, but
our teams give their
very best. They do
conduct themselves in a
manner befitting our ideals:
Truth, Honor, and Sportsmanship
FOOTBALL - Row 'I: P. Shaffer, D. Bashore, S. Earnhart, J.
Arthur, B. Johnson, H. Harbor, H. Thiedman, D. Deeter, M. Elliott,
C. May, T. Schuenke. Row 2: D. Gingrich, C. Reason, K. Gross,
M. Gray, R. Garrett, R. Hart, G. Francis, G. Chaney, S. Wiegman,
M. Doyle, T. Johnson, J. Johnston, J. Stamper. Row 3: D. Spencer,
C. Newman, G. Evilsizor, P. Smith, M. Reed, E. Caldwell, S.
Shanesy, P. Gearhardt, S. Johnston, D. Meeker, B. Smith, T.
Schaefer, B. Hoefler. Row 4: Ralph May, Assistant Coach, Robert
CAPTAINS - David Meeker, Steve Johnston, Paul Gearhardt,
Erskine Caldwell, Steve Shanesy.
COACHES -- Allen Richards, Buck Conard, Ralph May, Charles
Comer, Jim Conard.
Conard, Assistant Coach, R. Shaffer, T. Favorite, D. Epperson, C.
Collier, T. Allen, T. Schoch, D. Davis, S. Rhoades, G. Schoch, S.
Smith, Allen Richards, Head Coach, James Conard, Assistant
Coach, Charles Comer, Assistant Coach. Row 5: T. Murray, B.
Myers, C. Couch, J. Shepard, J. Hall, E. Esmont, K. Manson, E.
May, T. Massie, D. McCormack, T. Coleman, J. Macy, B. Rice,
J. Carroll, D. Trostle, J. Pierce.
FOOTB LL I966
Though we had a disappointing season record with
one win and eight losses, we know that the Troian team
gave their best in trying to win. Our football team spent
many long hours on the practice field creating new plays:
the flea-flicker in which Steve Rhodes and Paul Smith
combined for a spectacular touchdown, and the shot gun
method of defense.
It takes a little more for a losing team to keep its
spirit running high, to want to hit a little harder, and to
work hard at practice, but our coaches and school had
faith in the Trojans, Though we had some bad breaks this
season, we want to say "Thanks" to the team and coaches
for working hard for Troy High School in 1966.
Troy 12 Beavercreek 6
Troy 8 Fairborn 28
Troy 6 Xenia 22
Troy 6 Piqua 8
Troy 0 Bellfontaine 'l7
Troy 8 Sidney 14
Troy 'I 8 Miamisburg 40
Troy 16 Greenville 34
Tray 0 Cincinnati Aiken 13
N .,,,.. , .. K X g , I
Steve Rhoodes catches the touchdown poss ot Sidney.
Troions block opponents to give David Meeker an opportunity to poss
E . ' F
VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row 'lx L, Fields, manager, K. Oldenp Row 2: C. Rasor, T. Kirfley, J. Headapohl, M. Buckalew, I.
T. Mercer, G. Evilsizorg D. HaII, F. McMullen, S. Smiih, manager. Frazier, M. Welty, D. Sims, Mr. Mumford.
40 I ,IW
RESERVE BASKETBALL - Row 1: Mr. Besecker, D. Huston, C. T. Schuenke, B. Johnson. Row 3: C. May, T. Massie, H. Harbor,
Wofford, E. May, J. Macy. Row 2: J. HaII, D. Clawson, J. Phifer, J. Moyer.
Mercer goes after a rebound against Sidney.
In basketball Troy High took many awards and set
many records this year. The team led the M.V.L. for the
third year straight in scoring with a 72.4 point average
per game. Many players deserve mention. Mike
Buckalew averaged 23 points and 20 rebounds per
game. He had the leading field goal percentage and
was iudged the team's most valuable player. Mike also
made the all-M.V.L. and the all-area teams, was voted
the most valuable player in the Holiday Tournament,
made the Holiday Tournament team, was the leading
scorer in the area, and made honorable mention in the
all-State team. As a crowning glory, Mike was voted to
the Prep All-American team. Gene Evilsizor and Irvin
Frazier were voted to the second M.V.L. and the all-area
teams, and made the Holiday Tournament team. Tom
Mercer made the all-area team.
During the year, Dave Sims was the leading foul
shooter and Tim Kirtley was the best defensive player.
Tom Mercer became the most improved player from the
start of the season to the end. Doug Hall proved to be
one of the team's best starters, starting in 85'X: of
TROY Tipp City
TROY Xenia ithree overtimesl
TROY Fairmont West
TROY West Milton IFinalsl
Gene Evilsizor sinks another basket for T.H.S
WRESTLING - Row 'lx C, Hormell, B. Hall, R. Blair, Co'Capt.,
D. Eppersong P. Gearhardt, Co-Capt., D. Grove, M. Schuenke,
L. Cole, B. Burns. Row 2: J. Conard, Coach, T. Hartley, B. Hoefler,
S. Rhoadesp T. Schoch, M. Doyle, R. Herrick, D. Gingrich, R. May,
Coach. Row 3: B. Smith, B. Rice, M. Jones, B. Seipelg R. Benning
Winning the M.V.L. championship in the 127 lbs. class and a
handshake from Mr. Hormell is Randy Blair.
"J "'5'.' -gs
B. Eastman, R. Garrett, M. Jordan, J. Pierce, Manager. Row 4:
B. Myers, Manager, G. Gesell, D. Mumma, B. Beyy R. Blizmanp
S. Rees, P. Potter, J. Welbaum. Row 5: B. Shaffer, D. Galbreath,
B. Doll, H. Rhoadesg B. Mathews, W. Brooks, D. Buchanan, K.
Bomhardg J. Cochran.
Wrestling is becoming
Again this year, the Troy High School wrestling team
was well-balanced, The team met some of the toughest
competition in Southwestern Ohio but carried home first
place trophies from the Wayne, M.V.L. and Fairmont East
tournaments. For the grand finale the boys won the M.V.L.
During the year, Don Grove had the fastest pin, 28
seconds. Paul Gearhardt led the team with ll pins, lOO
points, and 25 takedowns. Close behind him was Bill
Seiple with 10 pins and 98 points, Randy Blair was second
in takedowns with 24.
TROY 24 Fairborn 2'l
TROY 39 Tecumseh O
TROY 37 Springfield S. 5
TROY 36 Springfield N. 'l'l
TROY 26 Greenon 'l8
TROY 48 Trotwood Madison 5
TROY 3'l Lima Catholic 'l0
TROY 42 Northridge 5
TROY 17 Princeton 20
TROY 'l7 Northmont 22
TROY 'l5 Fairmont West 22
M.V.L. ................................. ,First Place
Fairmont East ..........,. ,....,, F irst Place
Wayne Invitational .... .....,, F irst Place
District ................,.... ......... T hird Place
Stebbins .....,. . ....... Seventh Place
Bruce Rice floor opponent for M.V.L. championship in the
165 lbs. class.
Putting forth tremendous effort in the M.V.L. is "Bear" Schoch.
Troy's best sport. This year's record is 8-3,
with a tournament record of three First Places.
In 'he 112 ll-7S- class, Bill Seipel dOWf1S opponent Gnd 9Uif'l5 The Coptoin Paul Georhordt, 'I54 lbs. class, pins the opposition for
GYMNASHCS ' Row 'li B- FVSY- Row 22 R- PGl'l'lS, 5- Beflk, W. Smith, G. Edington, D. Carstensen, S. Gamblee, P. Carey,
B. Blankenship, M. Fannin, J. Davis, J. Davis, J. Farmer, M. Mr. Leibrock, Coach.
Dilworth. Row 3: E. Edington, B. Avey, M. Kniffin, B. Babbitt,
First M.V.L. School
to have G mnastics
Bill Avey performs on the still rings.
Paced by co-captains Guy Edington, Walt Smith,
and Jerry Davis, Coach Leibrock's gymnastic team came
up with a 'Fantastic 8-3 record for its second year in
competition. The first of the M.V.L. schools to have
competitive gymnastics, Troy acquired this record in
competition against Dayton City and W.O.L. schools.
The strongest performances were on the side horse
and still rings. Bill Avey and Mike Knitfin did very well
in these events. Guy Edington placed in the State Gym-
nastic Meet in the side horse events, and Eric Edington
placed in the trampoline events. Due to an accident in
an earlier event, Jerry Davis was unable to participate
in the State meets.
TROY 84 Springfield North 42
TROY 81 Wayne 47
TROY 73 Beavercreek 48
TROY 67 Xenia 61
TROY 62V2 Meadowdale 65V2
TROY 87172 Trotwood Madison 39V2
TROY 76 Stebbins 52
TROY 52 Fairmont West 75
TROY 69 Springfield South 59
TROY 60 Fairmont East 68
TROY 70 Hamilton Garfield 50
Hamilton Invitational .,,,. .....,,.,,,..,,...,.,........,....,,,..,, 4 th
Guy Edington .,.. . ....... lst - Side Horse Event
Guy Edington ,,,,,, ..,,,, 5th - Side Horse Event
Eric Edington .,.,.,. .,..... 'I Oth - Trampoline Event
Brian Babbitt stops still on the high bar during his routine. Doing 0 double 50me"5UUll above 0 l"0mP0lif"9 is
Tro racks up spectacular 8-3 season record
Jerry Davis drops low under the parallel bars as part of Swinging over the side horse in a scissors motion is
his routine. GGFY EClir19fOH.
CHEERLEADERS - M. Henne, C. McMullen, B. Heffelfinger, L. Jones, J. Weaver, C. Jones.
L. Jones, Miss Heiffner, B. Heffelfinger, C. McMullen.
This year, Troy's six cheerleaders appeared in
new uniforms. The Board of Education bought their
new skirts - gray with red pleats -- a flashy
change from the solid red of years before. The Stu-
dent Council gave the girls gray vests to wear at the
basketball games - with the familiar red mega-
phone on the front. The girls themselves held a car
wash to purchase new red and gray shakers, and
new Troy's for the backs of their cheering sweaters.
Troy had some of the best dressed and most spirited
lg 3' N l
, N ,ez-'7
sl ' V, l1 Wistvr'
f s nv"
VARSITY TENNIS - Row I: B. Oxley, M. McConnell, T. Kendall, J. Kessler, Mr Lorentz G Dixon T Johnson C Reason
G. Tremblay, D. Hall, G. Meeker, D. Butler. Row 2: S. DeHart,
Tennis finishes Year I6 3
Troy had an outstanding tennis team this year. They were
the winners of the M.V.L. for the eighth straight year. Bob Oxley
and Mike McConnell were first in first doubles, Doug Hall was
first in second singles, and George Meeker was first in third
singles. As District Runner-up in the district meet held in Dayton,
Doug Hall and Gary Tremblay were sent as first doubles to the
State and George Meeker, as third singles. George had a year
record of 25-I, his only loss being to the State winner. Doug was
the team's four-year letterman, with a cumulative record of 70-6
for the four years.
TROY 2 Xenia 3
TROY 5 Fairmont East O
TROY 5 Chaminade 0
TROY 5 West Milton 0
TROY 4 Xenia 1
TROY 5 Centerville 0
TROY 4 Springfield Shawnee 'I
TROY 4 Piqua 'I
TROY 5 Sidney 0
TROY 3 Fairmont West 2
TROY 5 Lima Shawnee O
TROY 5 Vandalia Butler 0
TROY 5 Greenville 0
TROY 2 Springfield North 3
TROY 5 Lima Shawnee O
TROY 3 Piqua 2
TROY 5 Bellefontaine 0
TROY 2 Springfield North 3
TROY 4 Oakwood I
District Runnerup in Doubles
Four year letterman Doug Hall returns an opponents serve
Q, WIQI if X I :if n 'I ,.
J S.. Eli ., f A , -sf ' .
TRACK - Row 1: M. Schuenke, M. Reed, W. Smith, S. Wiegmon, B. Hoefler, B. Smith, T. Johnson, C. Rosor, T. Mossie, Mr.
D. Grove, R. Pyers, G. Evilsizor, D. Loobs. Row 2: S. Watkins, Richards, Mr. Comer, Mr. Smith. Row 4: R. Yount, C. Kister,
E. May, J. Schubert, M. Jones, S. Shanesy, D. Meeker, S. Johnston, D. Huston, S. Blackmore, D. Feeley, D. Deeter, D. McCormack,
M. Buckalew, R. Hart, T. Wilson. Row 3: T. Hartley, T. Schaefer, J- Johnston, D. Phelps, B. Rice, G. Colello, M, Kerrigan.
Varsity S Frosh Track
:Nik ' , . wisp
,ftj f M M is ky K. .. K
J -:stiftl Q, ititiiwwi' Q X 3 xi
..,. , '
iw- - '
FRESHMEN TRACK - Row 12 B- Mllll9Ul'b J- Ughfnef, K. BOYTY- Dorsey, T. White, B. Matthews, J. Rosen, M. Welty, M. Welty
hard, R. Griffieth, R. Bey, J. Thompson, B. Doll. Row 2: Mr. G, Hqnne,-I J. Welbaumi
CROSS COUNTRY - RUW 11 D- Butler, M- Scheunke, C. Rudy, Dixon, R. Pyers, C. Kister, D. Phelps, Mr. Smith.
D. Laabs, G. Dixon, D. Grove. Row 2: D. Huston, M. Jones, G.
Track 8 Cross Countr
Mr. Smith watches the cinder-grinders during one of
Underclassmen really blossomed into graceful run-
ners this year as they represented our school in some of
the toughest meets in the district. Since five of the first
seven starters were sophomores and one was a junior,
Troy High is assured a great cross-country team for the
next couple of years. Marshall Jones placed third in the
regionals where over 30 schools from the Dayton district
and over 40 schools from the Sidney district Cincluding
Troyj were represented. Coach N. G. Smith feels that
cross country could become one of our better sports in
a few years.
Mote Relays ,,.,,,
Troy Relays ....,....
M.V.L. Meet ,,,,
M.V.L. Meet ...,
GQLF TEAM - Row 1, G, Knoderer, R. pmengerl M. Richter, T- K. LaVelIe, R. Butt. Row 3: Mr. Kazmaier, B. Medley, J. Gretz
Cheney, B. Henne. Row 2: D. Buchanan, E. Edington, B. Kentner, inger, G. Dixon, J. Snell, D. Sims, P. Fobian.
Golf and Ba eball
,, P IX 1 X 1
. V5 Q F 1919
RJ li e", ill
BASEBALL - Row 'I: Mr. Mahier, P. Smith, D. Cornelisse, T, Row 3: N. Gwin, B. Eastman, B. Johnson, M. Grilliot, F
Mercer, T. Taylor, G, Schoch, Mr. Preston. Row 2: C. Collier, McMullen, J. Headapohl, R. Tote. Row 4: B. Roberts, J. Hall
M. Elliot, S. Rhoades, B. Hall, T. Murray, G. Chaney, M. Jones, P. Potter, T. Morton, R. Breeze, J. Moyer, T. Pierce, J. Moyer.
TROY 'l 'l V2
M.V.L. - 2nd
State - 12th
Stretching to deliver a more powerful serve is Doug Hall.
Rick Pyers outdistances his competitors to win in the M.V.L.
Trackmen discuss the progress of Troy in the M.V.L. tournament
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL - ROW 'lr T. White, J. Phifer, M. Grilliof, H. Rhoades, R. Tote, L. Fields. Row 3: Coach Preston, Coach
J. Rosen, J. Hecdcipohl, F. McMullen, B. Matthews, J. Johnson, Dorsey, J, Moyer, D, Dickensheets, B. Ross, M. Welty, T. Voris,
C. Finnigcm, J. Welbcum, M. Welty. Row 2: R. Griffieth, G. D, Martin, Mgr., W. Brooks, Mgr., S. Selhorst, Mgr.
Hcnner, J. Cochran, P. Potter, B. Dickensheets, B. Bey, M. Cusoc,
Freshmen Season Records
Football 6-Og Basketball 7-7
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL - Row 'l: Mr. Besecker, Coach, T- VOfiS,
M. Grilliot, M. Welty, T. White, Mr. Mumford, Coach. Row 2:
J. Hines, T. Smith, G. Hcmner, S. Zell, D. Martin, B. Rodemucker.
INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPS - Row 'll D. Archie, T- Smllh, INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS lclockwisel - D. Archie,
B. McDaniel, K. Olden, C. Tamplin, B. Gerkin. Row 2: T. Kirlley, C, Baker, C. Collier, J. Phifer.
R. Welker, D. Farley, N. Gwin, S. Laughman, L. Gallagher.
INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS f3rd siraighi yeclrl - Row T: J. COED VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS lclockwisel - D. Butler,
Houck, C. McMullen, L. Baker, J. Williams. Row 2: L. Holcomb, J. Kramer, J. Schubert, L. Donkelaar, B. Flory.
S. Hickman, B. Mathes, J. Jensen.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS 13rd siraighi yearl - Row
1: T. Favorite, R. Pyers, S. Shane-sy. Row 2: S. Johnston, T.
Taylor, Row 3: D. Butler, T. Wilson.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS - Row T: V. Felver, S. Ludwig,
C. Varley, M. Vondenheuval. Row 2: B. Frantom, J. Bey, S.
McMurray, S. Razevich, M. Moffit.
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC RESERVE BASKET-
BALL - Row 'I: V. Niles, L. Golowin, K. Duff,
V. Cruea, D. Hawkins. Row 2: J. Snell, C.
Force, S. Hartman, L. Gray, A. Millet. Row 3:
K. Zimpher, B. Gross, S. Miller, B. Gorrell.
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC BASEBALL - Row I:
B. Flory, J. Bey, S..Jenkins, J. Elifritz, B
Yerian, M. Curr. Row 2: L. Cress, S. Norris,
V. Georhcrf, A. Young, S. Miller, B. Gross.
' in Vee.
. . ,. . , ... .
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC RESERVE VOLLEY-
BALL - Row I: P. Kramer, K. Coffey, S.
Word. Row 2: V. King, R. Mayer. Row 3: L
Donkelaar, J. McMurray, J. Lewis, B. Denoyer
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row
'I: V. Felver, S. Ludwig, C. Vcrley, M. Vondenheuvol.
Row 2: V. Gearhort, L. Donkeluar, S. Stephens, M.
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC TENNIS - Row I: P. Stro-
minger, J. Jensen, C. McMullen. Row 2: S. Schultz,
V. Felver, S. Hartman, L. Donkelcor, A. Manson.
GIRLS' INTERSCHOLASTIC VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - Row
'I: L. Holcomb, L. King, C. McMullen, S. Hickman. Row
2: B. Flory, B. Lewis. Row 3: C. Grubbs, J. Coll, V.
Felver, M. Lutz.
if 21 8, g
You're a freshman - frightened
and afraid of high
school, yet ready to
take that big step
that will change the
course of your life.
Your fresh young faces
and questioning attitudes revitalize
the stoic walls of
T.H.S .... You're a sophomore -
in the swing of
things and full of
ideas to change dull
routines. You know the
ropes, the cool teachers
and the way to
get around regulations, yet
you're tending to adopt
a semi-serious outlook
and beginning to really
plan for the future . . .
You're a iunior - almost
an upperclassman. Half the
school looks up to
you, while the seniors
introduce you to a
new way of life.
You studyf?J chemistry, you
slave all year on
the prom, take college
board tests, and apply
to colleges. Next year
will be the last.
Next year will be
the time to leave.
We've tried to instill
Truth, Honor, and Sportsmanship
into your thinking. Let
T.H.S. work for you,
to make life better
Everyone has to be
a freshman at one
time or another - , and
you made it. Frightened
to death by the
seniors who spotted you
right away as the
Freshman Class. You were
kidded, ridiculed, and the
object of many a
ioke. But you came
through smiling! Many juniors
and seniors thought, "Did
I ever look like
that?" We know you
weren't the first and
by tar won't be
the last! Now is
the time to determine
your goals forthe
future. Remember the ideals
of our school also
apply to life. With
Truth, Honor, and Sportsmanship
you can't fail.
C. Abclon, C. Adkins, D.
Adkins, G. Adkins, A. Allen,
L. Allen, G. Alspaugh, A.
R. Anderson, M. Arnett, R.
Ashman, A. Babe, M. Bader,
B. Baker, C. Baker, D. Baker.
P. Bannister, C. Barnes,
T. Bartz, B. Bath, S. Battle,
T. Battle, S. Berkoben, D.
K. Bevington, R. Bey, I. Bird
S. Blackmore, D. Blechinger,
R. Blizman, K. Bomhard, B.
R. Bradinq, S. Bravo, W.
Brooks,.B. Brown, A. Brown-
ing, C. Browning, D. Brown-
ing, D. Buchanan.
K. Buckles, R. Buckman,
W. Burns, R. Burton, R. Cain,
D. Callahan, I. Campbell,
K. Carey, T. Cascrta, B.
Chaney, T, Chaney, T,
Cheney, M. Chronaberry,
K. Clawson, I. Clousc
I. Cochran, K. Coffey, R.
Counts, I. Cox, P. Coy, C.
Cram, R. Cromes, I. Cruea.
M. Cusac, B. Dannin, D.
Daugherty, I. Davis, D.
DSVY. L. Doplingcr, B. Dick-
ensheets, D. Dickensheets.
r l A
32 -.rf .4-' -'li W' it.
-.s' All Q' B5 'f ugh1553ltl,ig"f'.'f?f'fiFC'
, ,,...,. f S 5 '
A l"'i"l lll'
, X , 25112 . "1 T 3
, , . 17 IW' . 5 i" -1 A
-.gf V, H ' .VVV sn. , f , '-
- v fjg . ai. " lla,-'f2liw,, .'
A B 3 ,iii ,
is fl fr 'ii' rrf.,1- f
Q ",' 1 L ffl' - . I
i , - -4'
I Z4 ,V m. l 2 I
X, ' 4 'V ,.., f ' gi 'ii , ,-
. X.. A, E M , 1, I V N
,,,, ,, , A rw '
H krlk .. ' X ,Q E 'V k A K
my . ' 15 -- 'H 9
rev Q ,,ri . A Q. ,
fn ' ' A f U
' 3 111 ,5.,,,'. f f p .f
,fl , L , 3 ' ,, 1, 5 .
L 53-215' . - ,1 if V
All iii! M , , , il,
L ., ,,,,,
fs - U ,-
C ef of
gf gag ' , ,
'ugh In .B 5 2
-A'- 5 , ,
, Mgkfwgfy 1 :iam -A
-- if 3
ag '-L, rf
it ,I my "ff
Q, 4 , 5541 E.
,,Q4w,5.1q,5a,,,. EfiQ'..15-4, :,.',.
5 ,M ,I 51364
2 ff I" qt.
afar vwi. 1
If vf ,
,gf 'QW A
' J ' I
h , 1
. K I
I 5, .V
X, 3 '
, 0 f 1 , ,
' ilii A A
J , in ' M
L ' 4
' Q ,,,,
,K , .
h 3? 1
f - ,-.,,.,,,,,W
as an or
A M- ., O g.
'i 'fi A
if I 1 se
.gas ,.,,, 1 j
' f. W
. ,, , f '-" A 'Q
Ei? K Q' h
A o,oo fl
1. 1 . Q' A
'f any ,Q
f f s 5
4' :,u ,. . -,iq ' I
'?iQ'f?.'14 ' ','5','i
:ff BQ-Q,-fir' 'Q'
L: Ah 1
'L ,, . J '5'k .
if . 'hhh'1 . . . - f
.. ' A .K"-ff
, ' K
f . f
...ll ' - I . '
4, . I .- I rrnnnl S
r R., ..,V:...,gh.I..EE: gf 9 ' . 6 so is ki' .k j 'W'
' H, f '-. - .1 ,, 3 . :i " V . . " . ..
.2 '3 K 1 ,f - .A k 'J o' Q . S r
1 -, - - - .::: sf ,. - H ' f A
eee. J l K .
, ,. ,,:..
.':, K: .
5 in ' , Jimi.: wlwglifffm iffmm 'I
I " ' -
S A 'I '
,,. .1 k ' n K , . J ':ff ' "1 ' . " ' f , ..
4 . ""' - " " , .0 1 ,'-'
,1 . : '
,gf- Vgmg V
g n it L I I I
S m:,Ah I K N I 'X
Q. .l,l I . . -ar.. il
T .Q f,
4- ,. ,,
, . f ,
. gf Ali Wiz "JA MF M ra Unix'
,,, l r. I , ... . M .TL
f ' 1
- - f 'rf in L' A
, ' . Y K
. . -f
-4 a '-
I . -
2 I it-5 W i 1' v - V' fn ,
:,, .Q FIVE
- . I
I fm .,.. :111
,,L,, . ..,... ,, . . ,IVV . --
1 K:,, - KIL' H- .iff
- ' F ff. Q ... , ... 1 ' ffl I'L W W
' f , - ,lf "'L
Q 5 y'fiW..51f7 if I 'H
': 'Y ...fg3?f If ,V r
fill ',-: 1 K 4 r
.VVk.:V .ryii .,..V , .:,'L, .
,,. .k,h., . .. . Q . : A . N
-,: I . , f-A- . 'K-,1 . -I
ff., I A,.. gf. 1 l, JZI -I Q
' I' -gs" ,,.L , , --5
5 'i.Z,f ff'
B. Dillow, I. Dilworth, C.
Dixon, I. Dixon, B. Doll,
I. Donahue, K. Donkelaar,
S. Dungan, P. Dye, A. Eckl,
I. Eernisse, N. Elem, V.
Elem, M. Elifritz, S. Elifritz.
M. Elliott, D. Emerick, E.
Emerick, K. Evans, I, Farmer,
H. Faust, S. Favorite, L.
B. Pine, R. Fine, C. Finni-
gan, C. Fisher, I. Flory, C.
Force, C. Fox, R. Francis.
S. Frazier. M. Free, B. Frey,
K. Fudge, L. Fyfe, D. Gal-
breath, D. Gass, C. Gates.
F. Gearhardt, R. Gearhart,
G. Gesell, D. Gheen, K.
Gheen, R. Gibboney, R.
Gibboney, D. Gilpin.
D. Glunt, P. Goodman, B.
Gorrell, I. Gray, C. Green,
M, Greer, N. Gretzlnger,
R. Griffieth, L. Griffis, M.
Grilliot, M. Grltzmaker, B.
Gross, D. Gross, I. Grove,
K. Guss, L. Gwinn, I. Hanger,
G. Hanner, M. Hart, S. Harl-
man, E. Hawkins, K. Hawkins
I. Headapohl, G. Henne, I,
Herrmann, I. Hershey, I.
Hewitt, I. Hlbbnrd, L. Htcks,
I. Hlnes, H. Hoagland, S.
Hobbs, G. Hokc, M. Hulford,
S. Hunt, I. Hutchtnson, D.
P. Ingle, G. Irvin, R. Isaacs,
I. Iohnson, L. Iones, I.
Kemper, K. Kendall, T.
T. Kendall, B. Kcrns, S. Kerns,
M. Kerr, K. Kindcll, K. King,
I. Klnnison, L. Knick.
G. Knodcrcr, D. Langford, S.
Larck, D. Lathrop, M. Laugh-
man, I. Leas, D. Lcveck, V. ,
I. Liqhtncr, V. Long, R. Loop,
P. Loschiavo, I. Lusk, I.
McCulty, P. McDonald, S.
S. McKinney, F. McMullen,
S. Mackling, D. Mader, I.
Manson, M. Manson, M.
Marinello, M. Marlow.
D, Martin, T. Mason, K.
Mathews, B. Matthews, D.
Meirmg, A. Meredith, N.
Moyers, A. Michael.
B. Mlller, D. Miller, M.
Mtller, P, Miller, S. Miller,
A. Millet, B. Millxgan, T.
X ' 45,
.MQ :Ls I Q
I Zu 5
I, , ,
I Vr, 1. - ff
I 2 hs
'11-'ill '-I ,,Ii,sgg1.1. :jg
.Vi Q , I oc
ig. I t f
fx , X
rf f '
Pa " ,1
, 1 , 4
KI.,-34. L pyyfrgqz
r 4, Nga'
f.2.a g a.
I'I . g
I J I' 'T
f --My f
1. vow' .
. .152 y
I f I
S' - eg
W . " A , Y
131 ff W
92:3-fv ' I. A-..-1
'Q I! L
1 . l 1
. 'W ,,
.,... I I
xl? f " ,Q I-
gI I I I l?.?.:fL I
M I .'
I A KKKS I
if 2415 '
Q7 1 "
II .Ik J .f f 5
I A rg... If
K . K S .
I - - Jr- A 41
A . sz ,WN
f' II - Invwv- 'Y""' '
., A 1 15
I I.II IL
. R .
,...,....Q.,i .fm-A Q..-.1z.,
S' . fsqt ,K rg
1-7, 3 V7 ,..:.,,L k ,:.,,,:. , ,,, ,.,.-in W .-A .A
ff . 4 sssr
-. H 1- - f ' - .1 , mls, vf - -
f,,ik , ' . z ' 1 . ' '
' eh .ill
H L: ' m1Q': - ' rf Q
' I 'g" . " ' 1
Q1 -' ig, -"f1 'E ,g il' -,l f
V I, E - 3 X ,," -'fk ,A
'A'- "AA ' AA" AAAJi' S "
is ss a's i,s ,M ., ,,.wa,f. f
.J U " -'wi K f A"" :Q , 1 Q- 4' 5 5,-,gs-V ,. ,- , ,f
. , ..i:f fi I, ' fi ' , .. , . J
.I . , 1 . ' W 'xxri ,L ' j
' fszk i .,1g it S A, - S .. ,, ,Qi P
t L --" 1
f K0 Q-V , f is L, iki I 2e- .1 ' X, ,K V
it ' it X -3 r
L f -, 1 '. .sz -fi i 1
imp i L
'A' ff ,.
., , , 35 KA
. it Q
5 QQ ' Q
t if- S 7 S V'
' Q vm
"2.- Ti ff: :Whats s'
. I .. f i5E. V,
itz: .::: ""' P 1
7754-will like -
. Q , 6
'. ' F F. ' :hifi
, -,aa gc V
f .. ah' !
' 44 ,
xi. av 31
, E, A 1','5I
it is .nf
29" ' :E-if.
. . Qxrwa ZJl 1, .L
V 'i if
X , , ,H . 5 x
he Q ESE
5-it f f .., ,-
-I gp s , K?
" Wet Am -b 4.fuxif.?-'
' 1 avi
.1 ' -my if-.
-.. ,,J, . .R
W ' 'S
.wills .f-:si - 5
52525-Z fs '
B A-L. my-+9 -5
fffww -. 'I
rx V- '-gs. - 4.,
2 4' ff' Q
fe H 3 k
5 W Q' 1 Q
A5 f A
, Q1 - .'., . -yil , A-5 .
. ,lb .1 ,
Azl' 4 :" ..
li -. ' f QM ' 3 ig
, . "w ' Q 5, ,,
-5. H lk .,-.. --1-... r "
, k A
as , J Q, 1 ' T
,-. ,W I. I . X
. ,-. -.L
G. Morgan, N. Morgan, T.
Morton, B. Moton, D. Mott,
I. Moyer, D. Mumma, D.
R- MYSTSL M. Nickalaus,
S. Norris, K. Null, R. O'Neal,
E. Orsborn, L. Osgood, K.
K. Oxley, P. Painter, R.
Parris, B. Partin, L. Pautsch,
M. Pearson, S. Peterka, D.
N. Phelps, I. Phifer, L.
Phifer, P. Pierce, R. Pitten-
qer, R. Pittenger, P. Potter,
L. Pugalee, S. Pugalee, D.
Pugh, A. Quillen, I. Quillen,
R. Quillen, B. Rademacher,
S. Rees, R. Reineke, H.
Rhoades, K. Rhoedes, T.
Richardson, M. Richter, E.
Riddle, P. Riley.
S. Robbins, B. Roberts, B.
Robinson, W. Robinson, D.
Roddy, V. Rogers, I. Rosen,
C. Ross, A. Rowe, G. Ruder,
I. Rudy, K. Saunders, K.
Schaeffer, M. Schaurer, I.
S, Schutz, T. Scott, M. Seay
S. Selhorst, G. Sewell, L.
Shafer, V. Shafer, W, Shaffer
M. Shanesy, L. Shaw, V.
Shoup, B. Simmons, R. Sinks
G. Smith, M. Smith, T.
I. Snell, S. Soddcrs, K.
Sotzing, I. Spears, D. Spell-
man, C. Spencer, M. Stephan,
I. StittS .
R. Stoltz, G. Stone, C. Sum-
mer, L. Sutliff, I. Sutton,
L. Svajda, D. Swigart, P.
R. Tate, I. Taylor, R. Taylor
P. Thiedeman, D. Thobe, I.
Thompson, I. Thompson, N.
B. Thorpe, C. Tinch, K.
Totton, M. Tucker, T. Tucker,
S. Twiss, K. Ullery, I.
L. Vesper, S. Victor, K. Von
Denhueval, R. Vore, T.
Voris, S. Vorpc, B. Wagner,
C. Warner, E. Watren, I.
Weaver, P. Webb, D. Wel-
oaum, I. Welbaum, P. Welch,
M. Welty, I. Whaley, T.
White, P. Whitmer, G.
Wilcox, K. Wilcox, L.
Williams, R. Williams.
R. Williams, T. Williams,
M. VVi1liamson, V. Wilson,
V. Wilt, S. Vkioehler, S.
Wogoman, G. Wolfe.
' , " . b ,
' M I ' f 'ff'f75'3 ,
i wr Q ffl? 'V' . 4- ' 3 , ,-M, pg
.5 . ' 5 s . 4
Vi' - H ,,f K Q, I
r"" 'lr rrri , ..
f' ,f ,
. y .I M'
A FZFW' we . X
I A ' it
I ' . ' ' '-" K W W - 4 In
1 V I A , H V V M: I V,V . I Tk. My In .
Q ' - , K I ' K flfafx ,QL 'aff kj., A
,y xjyfyig g,, . ' th' V' -. . 'nf -.,,i,3, J .Q fy ' I ,Gr
' 511. -. ' aw: f-S225 -all-"'W'3': f
, g , x
,- we - - y
' ff js-f if 1, iff' 1 1'
1 '7 , W- '23 b 15,
1 ,S new x I..
, 0 1 M Xi x'
A "'i .ff . 0+ -f,
9 . i S - 46, f U
E ' - ' f .- lii , ny 1 ml
"r1"1r' 1 .1'r ,. 1'
A 15: ' . 'Tsai
it 3 A
S ri, 1,1
L 3 'V + f
...W -.. es.
. f fa- ,
' Q Q-rv. ' : S '
Ar. if ., h E 4 125'
151-Ei2P.1EfA V A fig 521
eff rr . 'T
mg. 4 Q rrrii ,gay H
'1 S, 5251 TU ,f
rv .g ,rr X
A359 .E Q wa S. 5, V,
'Q L y '- f' W J",
1 ' T 5
I ' ' W.. , A' ' H
, 'is' 1 Z: Q. J 'ji,k5fii.Qf .Fri ,g..f..,- . geigf., , , 1 ' ,
, Z 4 A .ii J A i" 1 W L. .5231 ' 533 , 1, '. rig. .A 1 V ,L+
, lin lf' ' i. ,, , :..12,:2si: 1 , V Vi. " 'Q' . ,,.Q,,,,-9
in ai r: Q ng .. Q ff" .T." "'. T 9-.M rf. R fw fri
' p- 1'
' 39' F' Q -
H ,QQ5 lun
Harold Beshorc runs thc- cixshuuzslmvr at Troy H1gH,
'tr f ,,
I ki N
N . - :lu l ll! li I
autor, B. Poitvr, L. TL11, D
W M A E . . H
AT S75 ., fa.,
,iqgrafm ' If
M. Bradley, D. Colllwi Dax
M. Doll, D. Ftshcr, C Lauovr
Lucas, I, Pour.
R. Teague. NOT PI
D. Adams, D. Bdkcr Bnshorc
H. Bashorc, N. Casry E
P. Greer, R. Kxzmisru
Rosemary Smith and Slmmwrm Ixlutfm bustly Serve luncheon at thc Hu h Rvetw rant
Smtth, I. Staten, T.
'WN x mi' '99 Q
kiwi mm M35 W
The basketball team listens as Coach Besecker gives a few pointers.
Captured on film are students trying to make this final
Marshall Jones receives a ribbon from Clara McMullen as other
members of the track team watch.
Struggling with an experiment in the chemistry lab is Pat Kramer.
How did it feel
to walk into the
building and not find
yourself lost? How did
it feel to belong?
You made it - you
are a citizen of
T. H. S.! You
entered the Block "T."
You became members of
the varsity teams - even
if you did only
warm the bench. You
collected your bugs for
biology and passed all
your courses. You donated
your enthusiasm. Now you
are upperclassmen - the
apprenticeship is over. But,
never forget that Truth,
Honor, and Sportsmanship are
B. Adams, C. Adams, D.
Albright, D. Alexander, B.
Allen, I. Anderson, P. Avey,
I. Bader, H. Bailen, C. Baker,
I. Baker, P. Bannister, M.
Bartce, C. Barton, C.
W. Beaver, C. Becker, R.
Benning, K. Berchtold, K.
Berkshire, W. Binkley, S.
Blackmore, D. Bodlker.
B, Boise, R. Boise, R. Brand-
enburg, I. Braun, J. Braun,
S, Braun, A. Bretland, R.
L. Brever, D. Browning, S.
Browning, K. Brundrette,'l.2.
Buckles, M. Buckman, P.
Buirley, F. Bundy.
B. Burnside, L. Burton, M.
Caldwell, I. Call, V. Camp-
bell, I. Cannoles, M. Carr,
S. Cawley, I. Cheadle, B.
Chipley, D. Church, L.
Church, M. Clark, R.Clark,
C. Cleveland, R. Clutter,
M. Cochran, G. Colello, R.
Coleman, N. Collett, P.
Collins, S. Combs.
4-V . Q,
' Q 2
, v r..,, , , ,
. ,., . 3
, , Q qg, ,ex ' 1 63, 9
V yy . I 5: I
4 " , ' il
- '1 3, '
fgm.'s......,, 4 ,- pq.
4, ' 'mmf-0 1 all ,
.aff . ' ,. .
- 4 L,
-E.,e.. ..ug Q
.x . i.,
4:4 ., vo.,-v
l ,' 5 .,,, 'E
.,,.. . .
M ' ll"
.na . ix. .
.- s .
, . W- A
X " , 1' J
lr ,, , ' ,l"'i' I H ,
A A - , gy L K,
lv -' l.. W v 5 7 - :lf Y I A Y 'Z Q' J
' M - .1 ar. A1 + 1 A 'A 5 Il
er- M.. v -, . Q M , f ,
. "l:2"'. ,VL f , 'A V NX J -,i 'f ll
- v , 1 f , '- . ,,- , .
?lff2'f5E5f!4E1 , if + ,1 " . 'C llllixfe 'fl
??ZZfQ.73:4fifi.i1i , '- f
9 , In .1 F1 - ' ' sz. w
3 473 49, 1 .Ll f ici JM 2
L., xfl I ,. , . V -
. I ,Q ' ri . .Q f ,E
r' 1 wifi: '111'r ' 1- , V - 'ifl' ' . ' -fl-
AA., . s i F" l ,J A fs .. mv 2?
1 fi .,f, ,-. 8 'iw - ' - A Q' ' if ' , 6 '15, -
,V " QQ ' ' f ' ,'- ,- f ,f . , " ' ' . -
. ..f A w.. 'ill .' . ie"-f' J -.
M W. 1 - ..., M s
C3 ,- -ll , Q in ,
up y Q "' .e v -ff' ,' . . , rf-
S f "- . - 4, A Na
.5 ig., p ., N 1 5 J
My ,, ig- y ' I
llil A ' .
,gi .,..V, I K, -f f V 3 ,. f ' Z
s 1, - ,gsm A his
- ,HI . 1., , . A M , .,,.
Hcp? ' . .21 A ,eff M . 5 QC.
, ' x' if' A ' L
4 0 r '34 , Q -
J. Conard, L. Cooper, K. Copp,
C. Couch, L. Cremeans, L.
Cress, V. Cruea, M. Cummins.
I. Currier, E. Dannin, L.
Davis, D. Deeter, S. Dehart,
S. DeLong, D. Dempsey,
B. Denson, C. Detrick, M.
Dilworth, G. Dixon, L,
Donkelaar, D. Donley, C.
Drieling, K. Duff.
T. Dunnam, B, Eastman, E.
Eberly, R. Elam, L. Elling-
son, G. Elliott, K. Eppcrson,
D, Feeley, W. Fields, A.
Pirie, C. Finley, B. Flow. D-
Force, S. Touts, I. FOY-
D. Frazier, V. Freeman, V.
Fulcher, M. Furrow, L.
Gallagher, K. Garmaw, R.
Garrett, G. Gates.
K. Gearhart, V. Gearhart, A.
Gerken, S. Gilpin, L, Golo-
win, L. Gray, D. Grenko,
M. Grilliot, K. Griner, B.
Grove, G. Grump, B. Gurklios.
N. Gwm, I. Hall, K. Hanson.
4. - Q
1... K., .
ful' 4 '
K his. -v.
. . . 3 b
.hh A -. Q. yin y .t
. v 9 1
L. L 4.-
ggggzzsnzxzazuzzug if '
A V nj W' '
f' I ,Q
s 35" L Wx
IP , . 1
U N fi
.-. av- X
E rig- '
R 9 ,, . W w
Q . 1
L Es 3 "J,
3 5 'Il xi'
,L 9 Iwi 5
, , -M-11
'Y 6' --
sf it A
' H X
. 1 "
X2 I .
V V .v-
Q lt ' Q M xl A bt.
, s- 1 ..-rr ,
-..,fv:.,' - ,. , g - "Q" -
' J-,ip l ff Q
V A ,
gs L L. . ..,
, ,. 1
A Ay I V A t
as I Y' "' V -f"w
.K , :
lf' ii 'Q dsx
' , ll w
-LLL?" V ., 7 kai?
. G' ,L Z
'- was V
y '- "' 1 I at. , ,
1 K 'HQ 5 ,ii :E x 5
., S .. , ,
H. Harbor, T. Hare, P. Har-
ger, B. Hartman, L. Harvey,
D. Hawkins, L. Heffclfinger,
G. Herrmann, E. Hewitt, I.
Higglns, I. Hxggins, T. Hill.
G. Hillman, D. Hoak, V.
I. Hobson, C. I-lonoyman, R,
Hoover, D. Huston, D.
Idtll1nCJS, I. Inqlo, M. lngels ,
D. Inman .
L. Iackson, S, Iacobs, T.
Iohnson, M. Iohnson, P.
Iohnson, R. Iohnson, W.
Iohnson, C. Iohnston.
I. Iohnston, M. Ionos, M.
Ionos, S. Ionos, M, Iorflan,
D. Kalmar, I. Kurnchm, T.
M. Kcrrlqem, I. Kcsslhr, R.
'Kxndell, V. Kmry, K. Klrby,
T. Ktrtloy, C. Knstor, S.
I. Kozul, P. Kramer, K.
Kreitzor, I. Krtoto, P. LaPong
D. Lantz, G. Lnrck, B.
S. Lfsuqhman, K. LuV0llc, C.
Lawrence, G. Lnwls, I.
Lewis, C. Lino, D. Long, P.
.1 ' 1, ff 4
I I i ,- -MN
' Jw 'Q if?
. if I A "vm
Kaz ' .Pr
fig W. ,
I' ' 'Y
' ' ful
k'h' M I
,, f lg Vi '
, 'vw V,
,, , ,. ..
. isifz. .EI
f M, X"
, 4, D
ft. W ,
"1"'l' Wwe. -:-lessees... . ...w v.:-2: ,
.... .33 ,
' ff '
1 ' ":- .
if if 25593114 ,
Y as '
x l' ' Y . i Gkll ' L I we I
, I3 '-.. ,, 1223
SLS! , , ' .
is vu I
' 0 IIK
4 4 '
K Q35 EF?t f
5 4 Wm awww
, .v ,.
Jw, it .L K
xy Q K
'Q E' Lf' 3, if
fi I gy, ..
' , J - 6 A. I r v !
'I . ,trgik ' f
'1.Qj1'1Hl,-- 3' ' , ' ,
' ff!lf'fxzQ1i 4.
+ I ff? Nfl .Tl-'
Q f Yi , 'it w :ff
- I If
afgjg . 6 Q
I ' v , ,
2 . W .Q
F.. - , , 'fx , .
f f 1K JWWWRMN
4, 1,1 FV, 5
3 ' 4- .
, X, ,, I
I 5+ .
WW , yn
M I ,
6 9 '
L . . if-. fy Q-
' ' Sf' ':'f 'rar-:ifiilcfw . 51' " .. "' :IE IV' ' ' '.
, " 'glikr ." ' H7 :" 5' , ' ,, 'r .,k'k f j
' h , f I .ZZ l , . . ,
. " l ' h2 I
1 K' , , 1 ' .. fy' .1 f
f , , ,I ,. 1 , . f"
5- - iigmgf "i- if . ff N ' .'9-5 F..
"mmkh 'm ' K' ,,11 'V
' rg R , ,, or "'hh -I is
A' i H 1 I -
I 5 n i' 5 ag , . 1
G ". , , I ' . 1""'
. K, Q Q V M,
I , . . .. mhh ,
I 1 5- T' .' I ,fL:S 1? ""' '
I 4 I M 4
b 1 .nv , , . , . --f,, -f fff-- 1 fgii
1. ... - . Ag, is 1 ,
. . , W E ,.,, . Vzyy yy .
1 mLm, , - Q
, --" ",..
0 ' Y
.1 ,,LA. gjp. -ci M
g ..z. , J
Q ,sz f' .
2 ' X'
,, 1... ,,,..
If Zi? 3 ,,..,,,. .. ,V,..,,,.,, . ., . ,,
A . . .. f
i I ,
K , X, zkhy
an.. ,. 1 1. '
. sa . ,gi , , - 'Q
J 3, "" ., R . Jw ,"- ' , 1, .
-" A I -:fl -I
' ' I 7" E9 f LLLL E .,
- "1L ff, .,,,.LLL ,' ' Q A 'V '
fs' I Q I , .5 ' 3 ' . , ' 1 ,. i. - A I., f ,,.k:, . eww.. ,,.. ,. .,,, ..,,,.,,.,...,,,,.,,,.
K I f N iir
Q I 4 . ' ' .se
I mx f If le' ' A if I 5 t s 1 it if Q
1 v " Q- :" 'K 1 .-I . f . V . - 'Y
fx I .- ' 'iL L,1'L '
. we ., ir f ., '!,'12jfgg2.Q,..'j : ,.,.' .
121 , I ":.' I A Wkky ' I V V ' M 51,
pgelgegigmmsme. ,,... ,....... .
..:,,, I .g, 31,-Q , A W . .
it-'1- we f ' 3 ,... .,,. . ,
" h .
. I '- , Q .1 ,v g -'A- . H . r-
.rl ' ' t
hQ 1 W ,fm ,, '
- f.-,Q,l1Z ,2.,, ,,. . f fn
L. Lutz, A. Lynch, I. Mclltee
D. McCabe, D. McCormack.
R. McCu1ty, R. McDaniel, B.
K. McGraw, M. McKenna, G.
Mcliim, R. McMullen, I.
McNeal, P. McNeal, C.
Macy, I. Macy.
A. Manson, M. Markley, D.
Martin, T. Massie, D. Mass-
ingill, M. Matthews, B. May
D. May, R. Mayer, G.
Meeker, V. Melvin, M.
Meredith, E. Mertz, N. Met-
calf, I. Mikels.
D. Miller, F. Millcr, G.
Miller, M. Miller, N. Miller
V, Miller, C. Moore, C.
T. Moore, P. Moran, C.
Morse, I. Mott, I. Moyer,
K. Murray, B. Myers, R.
G. Niday, V, Niles, D.
O'Keefe, K. Olden, B. Over-
holser, L. Pearcy, G. Pear-
son, S. Peirson.
V. Peirson, K. Peltier, B.
Pennington, S. Pettit, I.
Pierce, B. Pike. N. Plentzf
H. Queen, V. Rabada, I. Rapp,
C. Reason, I. Rehmert, S.
Reiman, S, Reynolds, K.
M. Rhynard, B. Rice, K.
Richter, R. Riegle, M.
Robbins, R. Rosen, C. Ros-
zell, T. Ryan.
K. Salb, L. Sanger, R. Sat-
terflcld, B. Saul, R. Schaurer,
H. Schaffner, V. Schubert,
S. Schultz, B. Schwartz, W.
Snlpfzl, P. Shaffer, R. Shaffer,
V. Sharits, D. Sheley, L.
S. Shepherd, I. Shipp, R.
Shook, M. Sink, B. Skaggs,
P. Slough, E. Snyder, G.
I. Siofforri, M. Starkey, S.
Stephens, L. Stlchter, I.
Strommgor, B. Studebaker,
S. Stump, M. Swank.
B, Swlgnrt, R. Swigart, C.
Tamplm, C. Thaxton, P.
Thaxton, T. Thledeman, P.
Thompson, E. Tippel.
I. Tompkins, D. Trostle, C.
Trucksis, S. Twiss, D. Ullery,
S. Vanatta, V, Vanatta, M.
. '...' nz-"L:
13" , f
, . gg? v T '1
, g w "
gut T V v- 5,
- fx - in ,,
N , M." .9
. Q. Sr 5
. I Zifiivf'
' xi, favs.-6
fa. - X'
.I ffm ,
J , V.
. .. ' i f T"'L'X : "
a I , -1
if pw 1 W...
7 Y I f .,L.ZAZAfN.g if
' I g.,',.L1.,-M1 1-61.4,
. L rrp' W'
V H. ryy. , ,. K , .V 43: V
.TTT B H. S T
1, W ,I
3 QL ax 1
' A f- 1"':rU
5' v X ' wr
' . x 1 u
,dj Hr- ,1
I '.-..f NW 4
. 3 ,
Li- 1,,, ,r,:, f ' -
r I' a"0y,k 'K
'Q -1 ..
Q. , 75? J
L- A ,I
R, ,, 14... .
,.. M ,F
X ,,...,. 1
si, ,..- . x. .
0 H an
Q' ,. ..o'
H , . 'X
li ,, f T ,
.T . I is!! Ta
.V W W W
. , ,,
S' Y J , -,QL 5 a
. f Z
. i Aww Q A --I'. if I r
L2 ' y 1. K .. w 8 W w w ..,, fi eff gf T
' f ' ' - . " 1 Mff -f ' , ,
.Akf -' . 1
..,, 5-.-,sq yy 1 I
, A 'Q 2
W ,,...w.s . ' A
6' -' S' 5 t L im 1,
. in 5 1:5 , i grin 5
im X 1 4. 'X 'iii
Playing the part of Stcphano a drunken sailor in "The Tempest, " is Iack Hobson
a member of Mr Prouty's AP Engllsh 10 class.
I. Varley, D. Vorpe, R.
Wadclingham, D. Wagner,
K. Wane, C. Walker, M.
Ward, B. Webster.
M. Wcxkert, R, Welker,
D. Wells, T. Wildman,
S. Wien, C. Wofford
R. Wolfe, S. WIGY. N-
Wrlght, L. Yerxan, L.
Younce, C. Young, R.
Youni, S. Zimmerman.
, ,I 2 U X
f "f - f Kffffvy. f Y 5
-N . A
1 ",, A .si K-.. . ..".. is
Nancy Wrxgnl helps decorate the cafetcrla for the All-Clxxa Forrnal
You survived the teachers
and the classes. You
even managed to come
through chemistry with only
a few minor disasters -
at least the school
is still standing. The
freshmen finally looked up
to you as the upperclassmen
Yes, in these hallowed
halls everyone has felt
your presence. One year
to go, and the
big day will finally
arrive. Use Truth, Honor,
and Sportsmanship to make
the world a better
place for humanity. Let
the world feel the
impact of your greatness!
' A "- ,S
.- i :'h""'
f fi 'N
D 'rw' P f' fo
f is '
.V kirr ti m ,, :.:f, gn K A tg t k,:., 1 K
A W si X' an 5 A
we Jrfxg Q nfl f,mt
51 Ag r QM may
.X M G I B A '
A. l l' ' 1:
rr l y
. , Q if A .B Q
vii? Xby yrrrti ,
- Af, B
Q-' ,x 'PS
,K w., x.
3 K , u
X x Q N p
6 at 1, -f A
E s . A .3
David A. Beck
David M. Beck
' 5 'QF'
E31 ' 5
T525 , rx -
my y . i1 ,
S ylr S
fl fu me?
fx ,-r x
S fi ',
l 7 1
--1.1551 . .
- xt . A
1? i s ws. I y
. ,f s"'s'.fF
.,' fi ::f."B- is
'-cu 1. V 4:1 ,af -
fx N - wr. -
.X .Q 'U -, Q-'54,
.. F5 -Q55 7
if ' I A ' ,
K fi" Q I kk
ii ., , i F
W f- E
f ',EE.,, .Eg zi, . . :f2?:
Q- R: E 'fff .EQ
9 - R, A
.::.,. , . ,..
4 .. ,.
N K Y
5 i ,, JP 2
'v fi ,Shaf f-
Nga ji f , fr
44 - -A Q i ., kgjfii
llff 3 ilzliiliixlii
I :Ki 6
i ,i. ? or ,E
.. . .,,.LV kk,, t t .NL ::::,,f::g - A
, Y' ii ,Q--.
v R 'S
N . 8 ,, ,X .. Ji
' JW X' x my ,N
'TF 5 3 X if T M
i li if A Q 'Slabs get if Q
.. ,:f, - Vw -S.
1 F 2 Qgeiiiif
X 3 gm
5 1. ,,,,- fi- F 'F
ikki 4 A
" F f as , ,S
" " 9' 0 q lil if
:ae F' 3. Y, flinii-
, .1,- i E.
,M 199: is
i i l iilai
'L' rraaa B aair '
i i f
,Q - 4'-X".
A 1 jj, kkk-. All ..
, ., N .f i
Mary Iane Grilliot
Mary Ann Henne
er .ri if 2, 3
Y it fe gif ,Qin
E mfz f -M f---f, -
ia Y ii 3
H' J' M
wwz- . im:-J,
1 up 1
y,r. K -
H2251 fi- Ti fm":1
W r ,ss,:ra::1g-fz:1f5:f 1
.sa . -:-f " "I f451141fizilififfeigsasffiiif
QQ I! V
' 1:l:,2eE:::-WWF 15" . ,,
ir'a K K
l n , .
s . xi? 8'
. , X,
'F isa, I 5' " -.K "
ers Q? ' 3' X
I X 3 '5 H
Sf , X.. A .4 1
, " M asaa i r
. L P P '
r ' .fr ' K Q J P ,
I A K ' J I 5'5 "
With. ' X 5 .
.C , . iw'
I i!,."-S -
CS tangy ' ,M I gs,
X -: Q' O W
5 ' ' Rea' X- A
K. t .
X '- , N- I
x I I 5
""' '.- 'gg if 3 8:
A' i 'xg
, . R ' ' Wifi?
ff' N. 4521151 22 2: w my-f L'..g
t J- ,gg .ahh 3,
Mary Sue Moler
Mary Ann Ruffin
Mary Ellen Smith
R l Sl
ll yiy KJ
. I ,K
. . Q
.1 x 4 'K ' lg!
.:.i , ,.
rii lzy i Vy,i 4'
f P. , if M,
fi. . X
' "' 'ax
' , f if
A A xgiysx
, H Vz,
y me 3
I IA Q ""
I ffl' germ I
1. illif' i
mwpu' r'.+-' '
: 'ff' 14- I-.we
' ':1 wi.
" 9"'u 7 .
-W lam, gn pw
S 1' . VV". 1
t gg ..
H i fwwr'
. Zl, TWP i f
1 E :semi N
, A, ,. .i-.-i-
'Q ai Q
RW' N m
B tk' Q.
ssssi 6 y
if fx g
. K I
E 1 Maja
9ur'x :kg 'K
- , We V
s - A K .L ,
, ,lgzz 1-W,, X1,,111 S 111 VQZ- , ,l1,:,,-L
E-E, Q -- if
RT'-'T. . 'IM .
I - 1.f '.1- . .
if-ffl ., 5 2 K' :fl ' xiii?" 1'
T F as
V ...kx,1.. i , l ,
' z 1
T T liie S S
f ,.,, f 1 K 5- 1:1 .1
' ' T.
V f ..
kai' reef ,E wi
' -"' i t
Eg Q ., 5 Q K X
E , ': 414, Q Hag Q -' .iigwx
K 1 ,zfi..a'-ff? ' "Herz N
"'l'l"'M , ., ..,,. . , .. , .- - '
I , ev K K ? r I . ,,...,, x... , K i K in ,T Vsiy ai i I K .
M WV, w -Q -PPP , e
reef, -a aw ' ir, V - yaW+f
K 1 T KFT V!
5 51 - e.Qg':" , k v ,- s'
T. ' . 37 L, ' 51 g f'
lmwiags we 'W ,
'S K v' rs
lg-xx .N Y :Ma
- -- ,- ft -ft 1--Q ,,:z1:afa:ev.:f,:::,,,.esfr12a,::w.aes:fQss-wgssesmfgfgag
., .., ,... , ,.... ,,... ,
4, if lk
,, I P
T 1 K
. X Q
.QA fi.-5 if
sr QQ Xa
3 H ,.
Q Y-I1 i
3 , V
3 5'-ir . fl
' if ., ..: J
NN1 9 wa
QW Q J' ix
X K K Bk N
'X X ii
K X XX M
.F zaseazzgi: , :Eg Q- , 2
Mary Kay Workman
R. Wright, A. Young.
The seniors work extra hard to make the
scholarship chicken dinner a success.
Paul Smith and Marilyn Voris confer on a Annie linda Shanesyy asks Frank
problem of weight and measure in the Marold Rice, not to be angry about her
Chemistry lab' being made a star in Buffalo Bill's Wild
, .MLA "
A ,, . V 4.,, M . , J X M
,, .J4 , . , N
T A M
L W MQW A,
M WL ,f z
fy, 1 ,, f
If. 1 ,ex
Al wx 7
. K' wi
is wi '
5 Huff' .
5? , in
,R 1, ,L
4321 ' , -'
Seniors! Does it seem
possible? The major goal
of the last twelve
years was reaching this
stage in our lives.
This year was filled
with many new activities
and old traditions. The
hard fought football games
and busy concessions, the
spectacular basketball games with
the pep band and
the Block "T", the
pep rallies with cheering
contests fwhich seniors "always"
wonj, the new sports
of gymnastics and wrestling
which attracted participants and
admirers, the chapels dominated
by our class speakers
and the talent assemblies
that grew in size
with participants, the fiery,
competitive elections for city
officers - all were part
of our senior life
and memories. Graduation culminated
the work and activity
of the year in
a solemn ceremony which
suddenly seemed too short.
But may we never
lose sight of values
we developed here: Truth,
Honor, and Sportsmanship.
355 . fi. i i
A Troy High School student was chosen this past
year to participate in the International Christian Youth
Exchange program. Mary Speer, a I967 graduate, is
the first student from the Troy area to go overseas in
this program. Sponsored by the Troy Council of Churches,
Mary will travel to Indonesia in July to spend one year
with an Indonesian family. She was chosen to represent
Troy, Ohio, U.S.A., on the basis of written answers and
a personal interview.
The problem Mary faced immediately was the
language. In her search for a teacher, she literally
"bumped into one." Backing out of a driveway, Mary
was fortunate C?l to run into Mr. SIuiter's car. While
talking to himf she mentioned her upcoming trip and
discovered that he was fluent in the Indonesian Ian-
guage. He agreed to teach her Indonesian. According to
Mary, the language was easier for her to learn than
English would be for a foreigner. Although it was not
similar to any language Mary has studied, the absences
of article and verb changes enabled her to learn it quickly.
Before leaving, Mary had apprehensions of fitting
in with the natives and adiusting to a somewhat lower
standard of living. But being active in international
affairs clubs and enioying contact with foreign people
and countries made her an ideal choice to send overseas.
Last summer she took a tour of Holland, Sweden, and
Denmark with 30 other students. This past year she was
vice president of Junior Council on World Affairs, parti-
cipated in United Nations Week, and attended the Mock
General Assembly in Dayton.
On her return she will attend Baldwin-Wallace
College in Berea, Ohio. She will also speak at churches,
schools, and civic organizations on her experiences.
Mary was excited and eager to leave. "Just can't stand
the waiting!" Her parents were happy and surprised,
but her mother said, "Make sure you know where the
American embassy is."
Mary's parting words were:
"SeIamat murid T.H.S."
"Good luck to the students of T.H.S."
X? .1-si iffwv' R,
Living in Troy, sharing the life of an American
family, school, and church has been iust like a dream.
I don't want to wake up. Almost everything is different.
To be an exchange student is the most wonderful thing
in the world. All the experiences I have had are experi-
ences that have helped me to grow up and I'II remember
all my life.
My biggest dream during all my life has been to
travel around the world and meet new friends. The
United States was the country I wanted to know the
most, since it is such a popular, powerful, and pretty
country. Only my father liked the idea. fMy father, a
minister of the Episcopal Church of Brazil, was born in
Japan, but has been living in Brazil for many years.
Now I think he is more Brazilian than Japanese. My
mother is Brazilian although my grandparents immi-
grated from Portugal. I have a brother, I5, and a sister,
6. Some people say we look alike, but I don't think so.
They are cute.J When my father told me about the
I.C.Y.E., I thought immediately that that would be my
big chance. My mother hesitated. But I applied, and
when I got the letter from I.C.Y.E. saying that I was a
future exchange student and that my home would be in
Troy, Ohio, my mother was more excited than I.
I iust dreamed about my trip. How would my
foreign year be? Would everything work out all right?
I had heard so many things about the America and
Americans, about their different way of life. Would I
get along well? I was afraid to be disappointed because
Curtiba, the modern city where I live, has half a million
people. When I found out that Troy was a small city, I
wasn't completely disappointed - iust a little bit. I also
had other fears. Would the Americans like me? Would I
like them? Would I be able to speak English? Would
they understand my English with my Portuguese accent?
My fears disappeared when I got to Troy. How
easy it was for me to make friends, and what is more
important, good friends! I never thought that I would
find such nice people here, and I realized how easy
it is to get acquainted with people in a small city,
Always I'II have happy memories of this year in
Troy. I think that the method of dating here is better
than in Brazil. Maybe I'Il start it when I go back fno
chaperonel. There are many things I would like to take
back to Brazil. Snow, for example. I think snow is the
prettiest thing in the world. I wish we could have at
least a little bit in Brazil. Also the big cars, the trees
during the fall, and some Americans.
To the Troy Council of Churches, my American
family which I love so much, and all my friends who
contributed to make my year the most wonderful in my
life, your kindness, friendships and hospitality made me
the happiest girl in the world. To graduate with the
class if '67 is an honor for me. I'II never forget any of
you, my friends.
I have to go back home, but I do hope to come back
to see you Trojans someday. Until then, I'II be remember-
ing you. I love you all!
Facult Toast to Seniors
When first asked to give the salute to the members
of the class of 1967, I quite naturally wondered what I
could say. The thing that I do best is compute. But, how
do you compute a salute or a toast? I turned to that old
pro, Mrs. Burk, for a suggestion. She reminded me that
she had once given a salute entirely in verse. For her,
fine, for me worse. I have come up with an equation,
however. CC289,IJ -1- Cf66,6l -l- Cl6,6J : 4. If you don't
understand this equation, fine! If you do, it is, of course,
false. This equation does, however, have significance
for us. You see, the CC289,Il refers to you, each one of
you. For CC289,'Il is the number of combinations of a
289-membered set taking one member at a time. The
CC66,6J refers to the members of the faculty of Troy High
School, and the CC6,6D refers to our administrators. I am
saying that the sum of all the combinations of each one
of you together with all the combinations of six teachers
Cthat is the usual daily contact by each of you, plus the
direction of all of our administrators sums up to four.
Ah, that's the best part - four glorious years. Four
very special years in which we, the faculty of Troy High
School, saw you enter our lives as moderately shy little
guys with freshly showered crew cuts and now exit
from our lives as mature lads with longer shampooed
tresses. We have observed cute little gals with skirts
below their knees become sophisticated losses with
skirts above their knees, you know, miniskirts for little
longs legs. Oh yes, four glorious years! We tired old
pedagogues have helped you work from the Ancient
Mariner's, "Water, water everywhere, and all the boards
did shrink" to Macbeth's, "Out, out, damned spot", from
Latin's "sum, esse, fui, futurus" to "Et tu, Brutus?", from
a spoken "H2O", that's aqua, you know, in General
Science to a nonverbal "2H2U" in Advanced Science
Csorry about that, Mr. Vesperl. In mathematics, we have
even seen some of you work through that four-act
tragedy better known as Math I, Math 2, Math 3, Math
4. Oh yes, four glorious years! My, how you have
changed in these four years. Guys, from pink cheeks to
beards and from bicycles to Buicks, gals, from bobby
socks to hose and from bicycles to guys with Buicks. Yes,
from an early teenager to your late, late teens we have
seen you struggle, we have seen you toil, we have seen
you persevere, with the result that we have seen you
advance, advance, advance finally from the seats in the
rear of Troy High School's auditorium to those way up
in front. Oh yes, four glorious years! Four is the sum.
Four glorious years with the members of the class
And now near the close of these four years, I have
the most pleasant duty of extending a toast from the
faculty to each one of you. fChampagne glass is raised
in a gesture of a salute to audiencej Yes, you probably
think it is silly to use an empty glass. But, look again,
by EUGENE R. EPPERSON
for it is not empty, it is filled with happiness. It runneth
over with happiness for you. So, hail to thee, members
of the class of I967. May your future bring each of you
the very best of health, mucho, mucho happiness, and
the great success you so richly deserve.
I cannot extend this toast to your future, however,
without a suggestion to accompany it. I firmly believe
that your future health, happiness, and success, to put
it mathematically, is today a function of a very impor-
tant concept which is within the power of each of you.
If you have done the best you could these past four
years, you can best fulfill our wish for you by caring
what you think of yourself, thus good mental health,
caring what you do to yourself, thus good physical
health, and assure yourself of much happiness and
increase your chances for success by caring about your
home, parents, and family, caring about your neighbors,
upstairs, next door, across the street, and downtown,
caring about your home town and your many home
communities of the future, caring about your local
government, churches, schools, hospitals, industries, etc.,
etc., caring very much about a nation which you did
not choose but a nation that does choose to care about
you, and a nation that has, iust prior to your life span,
assumed the awesome task of caring for much of the
world. This nation can certainly help you achieve success
if you care enough to care about yourself, your home,
your community, and this nation. So, if you care more,
and I care more, then logically we care more. Then,
perhaps, they will care more. Yes, they, other Americans
and then perhaps the rest of the world may care more
One of my childhood heros was a man who cared
about people, a man who cared very, very much about
this nation. This man is still my hero. You know of the
man of whom I speak, not a man of my generation nor,
naturally, of yours - Abraham Lincoln. Abraham, a
name that seems as old as the earth. Lincoln, a name as
modern as today's cars. Abraham Lincoln. I would like
to think that a man who put so much caring for others
into his life span could serve as an inspiration to you
for caring more during your lifetime.
ln conclusion, I am sure that the faculty of Troy
High School joins in this wish for you. Will you and can
you fulfill this wish? I say yes! Now, in not too many
hours and in an even lesser number of days, you will
sever formal relations with Troy High School. I have iust
one more wish, it is my own, to add. While I must admit
that I don't know most of you, those of you whom I do
know prompt me to wish that I could go with you as you
leave. Oh, how I wish that I could go with you, members
of the class of I967, for a very simple reason - just to
be with you for a little while longer. Thank you and
bless you for these four years.
Senior Toast to Facult
by JACK SNELL
A toast to the ones who taught us math,
All four years were quite a laugh.
With triangles, squares, and cubed hypotenuse,
Our algebra and trig. books got a lot of use.
A toast to the ones who taught us the arts,
One-act plays and oil paintings were quite a lark.
Bailey and Preston deserve a good hand,
The job that they did was really grand.
To the instructors of health we say "thank you"
As builders of bodies you've built quite a few.
The head of them all is Buffalo Bob,
Without his help it would have been a tough iob.
Cheers to the ones who gave us science,
We studied biology with eager compliance.
Chemistry and Physics weren't ring-a-ding-ding,
'cause Smittyology was the thing.
A toast to the man who leads the band,
Johnny Bob Slonaker is a very good man.
Maestros Dooley and Wildman with all their finesse
Provided musical programs with great success.
The Home Ec. Department is one of the finest,
It teaches the girls self reliance.
A toast to the men who teach in the shops,
The things they produce are really tops.
A salute to the teachers in the department of "biz"
The students turned out are really a whiz.
Cheers to Spanish, French, and Latin, too,
Without foreign language we couldn't get thru.
But we learned howto write in English you all know,
So to Prouty and crew we bow very low.
To Hoffy, Lord Jim, and all of the rest,
The cheers we give are some of the best.
A rewarding four years is what we've spent,
Hope we've learned enough to "pay the rent."
A toast to all teachers tried and true,
lt's a wonder to me how you ever get through.
Connie Ackerman JoAnn Adams
ACKERMAN, CONNIE SUE. Business. Girls' Clubs 2,3.
Roosevelt Junior High - Choir 15 G.A.A. 1.
ADAMS, JOAN. Business. Choir 15 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Intra-
mural Sports 1,25 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45
Dramatics Club 3,45 Program Seller 35 F.B.W. 3,45
Office Worker 3,45 Troian "Crier" Staff 45 Conces-
ADKINS, JANE GRAHAM. College Prep. Budget Collector
'I5 Choir 15 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club
2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Prom Server 25 Block "T" 2,35
Girls' Interscholastics Sports 2,3,45 JCOWA 35
ALLEN, LAURA. Business, Choir l,2,35 Girls' Clubs 2,3.
ANDERSON, WAYNE. Industrial Arts.
ARCHIE, DAVID. Industrial Arts, Choir I5 Intramural Sports
1,2,35 Basketball 4.
ARMSTRONG, CYNTHIA ANN, College Prep. Arts and
Crafts 1,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Intramural Sports 1,25 Boosters
I5 Dramatics Club 2,35 Girls' Clubs 25 Trojan "Crier"
Staff 35 Program Seller 35 Press Club 3,45 Budget
ARNOLD, MARK FREDERICK. College Prep. Student Council
15 Rec Council 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,25 Football 1,25 Basket-
ball 15 Tennis 1,2,3,45 All-Club Formal Server 15
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Boys'
Clubs 2,3,45 Student Referee 2,35 Dramatics Club 3,45
Stage Crew 3,45 Arts and Crafts 4.
ARTHUR, JEFFREY. Industrial Arts. Electronics Club 1,2.
ARTZ, JERRY EUGENE. College Prep. Gymnastics 25 Boys'
Linda Baker Pip Bannister
BAILEY, PAUL TIMOTHY, College Prep. Choir 'I, Band I7
Football I, Intramural Sports 2,3, Boys' Clubs 3,4.
BAKER, JAMES CHESLEY LOUDEN, Industrial Arts.
BAKER, LINDA PATRICIA. College Prep. Choir I,2,3,4:
G.A.A. I,2,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Dramatics
Club 2,3,4, Tennis 2, Girls' Clubs 2,3, Block "T" 2,3,4,
Girls' Interscholastics Sports 2, Thespians 3,4, Budget
Collector 3, F.T.A. 3,4.
BANNISTER, PHILLIP AUSTIN. College Prep, Arts and Crafts
I,2, Budget Collector I, Orchestra I,2,3, Dramatics
Club 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3, Stage Crew 2,3,4,
Thespians 3,4, Play Casts 3,4, Gymnastics 3, Boys'
Clubs 3, Intramural Sports 3.
BASSETT, KAREN JEANNE. College Prep. Choir i,4, Bancl
I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I, Orchestra 3,4.
BATTSON, MARILYN KAY. Business, Choir I, Arts and
Crafts 3,4, Program Seller 3, F.N.A. 3,4, F.B.W, 3,4,
Concessions 4, Budget Collector 4, Gregg Awards 3.
BEAMS, REBECCA ANN. College Prep. Girls' Clubs 2,3-
Treasurer 4, G.A.A, 2,3,4, Intramural Sports 2,3,4,
JCOWA 3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Program Seller 3,
F.N.A. 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Concessions 4.
BECK, MARK DARRELL. College Prep. Creative Writing Club
4, Press Club 4, Concessions 4, JCOWA 4. Lake Worth
High School I,2.
BECK, RICHARD CURTIS. College Prep. Arts 81 Crafts Club
I,2,3,4, Choir 1,25 Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Thespians
2,3,4, Budget Collector 2, Stage Crew 2,3, Trojan
"Crier" Staff 3, Boys' Clubs 3,4.
BECK, STEVEN PAUL. College Prep. Gymnastics 2,4, Intra-
mural Sports 2, Interact 4, Concessions 4, Boys'
Sonia Bell Bill Birtcil
BELL, SONJA BECKER, Business. Intramural Sports I,2,3,45
Girls' Clubs 2,35 Program Seller 3.
BIRTCIL, WILLIAM FRANKLIN. Distributive Education Train-
ing. DECA 4.
BLACK, JUDITH KAY. College Prep. Student Council I,2,3,45
Orchestra I5 Choir I-Secretary, 2-Vice President, 3,45
All Club Formal Server I5 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Girls'
Clubs 2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 2,35
National Honor Society 3,45 Play Casts 3,45 F.N.A. 35
Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 35 Girls' Chorale-President
45 Budget Collector 4.
BLAIR, RANDY F. College Prep, Wrestling 3,4-Captain5
Varsity "T" 3,45 Interact 45 Annual Staff 45 Conces-
sions 45 Boys' Clubs 45 Intramural Sports 4. Lima
South High School. Choir 'I5 Football I,25 Track I5
Proiectionist's Club I5 Wrestling 2.
BODIKER, VIRGIL L, College Prep, Golf I,2,45 Intramural
Sports I,2,3,45 Choir I5 Student Referee 2,35 Boys'
BOLLER, BENITA RAE. College Prep. Budget Collector 'I5
Choir I5 Band 'I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,45 Girls'
Clubs 2,35 F.N.A. 3,45 Orchestra 4.
BOWMAN, RICHARD LEE. Industrial Arts. Choir I5 Intra-
mural Sports I,25 Boys' Clubs 25 Concessions 4.
BOYER, MELODY JAYNE. College Prep. Library Staff 'I5
Arts 8. Crafts Club 1,25 Budget Collector I,2,3,45
Intramural Sports I5 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Art Honor
Society 3,45 Dramatics Club 3,4.
BRAUN, NICHOLAS THOMAS. College Prep. Football I5
Intramural Sports 'l,2,3,4.
BRETLAND, SHARON ANN. College Prep. Arts 8. Crafts 'l,3,
4-President5 Scholarship "T" 2,35 National Honor
Society 3,45 Block "T" 3,45 Office Worker 45 Art Honor
Judy Blcfck Randy Blair
Virgil Bodiker Benifq Bgller
Richard Bowman Melody Boyer
Nick Braun Sharon Bretland
Mike Bunn Claudia Burk
BROWNING, CAROLYN SUE. Business. Budget Collector I,
Intramural Sports 'I.
BUCKALEW, MICHAEL EDMUND, College Prep. Choir
I,2,3,4, Basketball 'l,2,3,4-Captain, Track l,2,3,-4,
All Club Formal Server I, Intramural Sports 'I, Key
Club 2,3,4, Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Stu-
dent Referee 3.
BUNN, MICHAEL WILLIAM. Business. Choir I, Baseball I,
Intramural Sports I, DECA - Vice President 4.
BURK, CLAUDIA JEAN, College Prep. Choir I,2,3,4, Band
I, All Club Formal Server I, G.A.A. I,2,4, Intramural
Sports I,2,3,4, Dramatics Club 2-Sophomore Repre-
sentative, 3,4, Thespians 2,3,4, Budget Collector
2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Girls' lnterscholastic Sports
2, JCOWA 3,4-Treasurer, Program Seller 3, F.T.A. 3.
BURKHOLDER, RICHARD LEE. Industrial Arts. Intramural
BURNS, MICHAEL HENRY, Industrial Arts. Football I, Intra-
mural Sports I,2,3, Baseball 2.
BUTLER, WILLIAM DAVID. College Prep. Student Council
I,2,4, Baseball I, Intramural Sports 'l,2,3,4, Interact
2,3,4-Treasurer, Dramatics Club 2,3,4-Vice President,
Play Casts 2,3,4, Football 2, Basketball 2, Junior
Cabinet 3, Scholarship "T" 3, National Honor Society
3,4, JCOWA 3,4-President, Thespians 3,4, Tennis 3,4,
Stage Crew 3,4, F.T.A. 3-Treasurer, Boys' Clubs 3,4,
Forensic League 3-President, 4-President, Cross
CALDWELL, ERSKINE, College Prep. Student Council 'I,
Choir I,2,3-Student Conductor, 4-Sergeant-at-Arms,
Band I, Football I,2,3,4-Co-Captain, Basketball I,
Wrestling 2,3,4, Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Junior Cabinet 3,
Boys' Clubs 3,-4.
CANTER, IMOGENE LORENE. Business. Choir l,2,3, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, D.C.T. 4, F.B.W. 4.
CARROLL, GARY WADE. Industrial Arts. Football I,
Jackie Cawley NUHCY CGYI'-9"
David Collins Ken Collins
Amelia Conley David Cornelisse
Linda COUHIS Bruce Cromes
Pattie Chipley Sharon Collett
CAWLEY, JACKIE SUE, Business. Girls' Clubs 2, Gregg
CEYLER, NANCY LEE. Business, Choir I,2, Band l,2,3,4,
Orchestra 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 3.
CHIPLEY, PATRICIA SUE. College Prep. Scholarship "T"
I,2,3, Arts 8. Crafts I,3, Budget Collector I,2, Orches-
tra I,2,3-Secretary, 4-Secretory and Student Conduc-
tor, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, National Honor Society
3,4, F.N.A. 3,4, Concessions 4.
COLLETT, SHARON LOUISE. Home Economics. Choir 'I,2,3,
F.H.A. 2,3,4, F.B.W. 2,3,4.
COLLINS, DAVID LAWRENCE. D.C.T. Program. D.C.T.
COLLINS, KENNETH HERBERT. College Prep. Library Staff
CONLEY, AMELIA CLAIRE. General. Choir I, Girls'
CORNELISSE, DAVID, College Prep. Choir I,2,3,4, Forensic
League 3, Interact 4.
COUNTS, LINDA LEIGH, Business. Girls' Clubs 2,3, Intra-
mural Sports 2,4, Arts 81 Crafts 3, Program Seller 3,
Gregg Award 3, Dramatics Club 4, Concessions 4,
CROMES, BRUCE ALLEN. College Prep. Choir I,2,3,4, Band
'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Track 3, Pep
Barbara Croner Fred CYUSCI Steve Current David Cums
CRONER, BARBARA, College Prep. Arts 8. Crafts 15 G.A.A.
l,2,35 Intramural Sports I,2,35 Scholarship "T" 2,35
Trojan Toga Staff 2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45 Block "T"
2,3,45 Creative Writing 2,3,4-President5 National
Honor Society 3,45 JCOWA 3,4-Secretary5 Budget
Collector 35 F.T.A. 3,4.
CRUEA, FREDERICK VERL. College Prep. D.C.T. Program.
CURRENT, STEVEN GERALD. Business. Wrestling I5 Chess
Club l,2,35 Inclustrial Arts Club l,2,35 Upward Bound
- Earlham College.
CURTIS, DAVID. General. Basketball li Track 'Ii Gym-
CURTIS, WILLIAM SEE. College Prep. Choir l,2,35 Intra-
mural Sports I,2,3,45 Boys' Clubs 3.
DAVIS, DANIEL ROBERT. College Prep. Football 'I,2,3,45
Intramural Sports 1,25 Interact 2,3-Vice President,
4-President5 Wrestling 35 Varsity "T" 3.
DAVIS, JERRY DEAN. College Prep. Student Council I5
Arts 81 Crafts 'I5 Choir I5 Track I5 Tennis 1,25 All Club
Formal Server I5 Gymnastics 3,4-Co-Captain5 Stage
Crew 35 Intramural Sports 35 Varsity "T" 3.
DEGRAND, BARBARA MARIE. College Prep. Scholarship "T"
35 National Honor Society 3,45 Troian Toga Staff 3,45
Creative Writing 3,4-Vice President5 Choir 3,45 Girls'
Chorale 45 Quill 81 Scroll 45 JCOWA 45 Bishop Watter-
man High School. Choir l,2.
DELONG, SUZANNE ELLEN. College Prep, Orchestra 'I,2,3-
Assistant Librarian, 4-Librarian5 Choir l5 G.A.A.
l,2,45 Intramural Sports l,2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45
Block "T" 2,3,45 JCOWA 3,45 Dramatics Club 35 F.N.A.
3,45 Annual Staff 45 Concessions 4.
DEMAR, MARCIA. College Prep. Thespians 3,45 Choir 35
Girls' Clubs 35 Block "T" 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 JCOWA 45
Trojan "Crier" Staff 45 Dramatics Club 45 Madiera
Bill Curtis DUN DUVIS
Jerry Davis Barbara De Grand
High School, Choir 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 Intramural Susie DeLong Marcia DeMcr
Bill Detrick Lynn Dillow
Marilyn Dubbs Anne Dudley
Becky Eberwein Guy Edington
Gail Eernisse Connie Eggers
Greg Dixon Dal Donley
DETRICK, WILLIAM LEE. Industrial Arts.
DILLOW, LYNN RICKEY. General. Projectionists' Club I.
DIXON, WILLIAM MCGREGOR, JR. College Prep. Student
Council I, Choir l,4, Golf I,2,3,4, Wrestling I, Intra-
mural Sports 'I,2,3, Key Club 2,3,4-Chairman of
Special Projects, Scholarship "T" 3,4, National Honor
Society 3,4, Cross Country 3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Stu-
dent Referee 3, Varsity "T" 3, JCOWA 4, Dramatics
Club 4, Play Casts 4.
DONLEY, DAL STEVEN, College Prep. Library Staff 'I,2,
Band 'I,2,3,4-Drill Leader, Proiectionists' Club I, Music
Contests I, Trojan Toga Staff 2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4,
Creative Writing Club 2,3, Choir 3,4, Men's Matin
DUBBS, MARILYN SUE, Business. Intramural Sports 'I,
F.H.A. 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Program Seller 3,
DUDLEY, ANNE. College Prep. Choir 'I,2,3,4, G.A.A.
'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports 'I,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
Program Seller 3, Annual Staff 4-Assistant Editor,
EBERWEIN, REBECCA LOU. College Prep. Choir 'l,2,3,4,
Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Dra-
matics Club 3,4.
EDINGTON, GUY STEVEN. College Prep. Scholarship "T"
I,2,3, Miami Scholarship Team I, Arts 8m Crafts 2,
Art Honor Society 2, Gymnastics 2,3,4-Captain, Prom
Server 2, Intramural Sports 2,3, National Honor
Society 3,4, Varsity "T" 3, Concessions 4.
EERNISSE, GAIL MARSHA. Home Economics. Choir 'I,2,3,4,
F.N.A. 2, F.H.A. 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Program
Seller 3, Student Secretary 4.
EGGERS, CONSTANCE JOSETTE. Business. F.B.W. 2, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Intramural Sports 2, Science Club 3,
Budget Collector 4.
Lynda Eichler Jim Elifritz
EICHLER, LINDA MAE. College Prep, Orchestra I,2,3, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Scholarship "T" 3, Program Seller 3.
ELIFRITZ, JAMES RAY. Business. Choir I,2,3, Baseball 1,2,
Intramural Sports I,2,3, Boys' Clubs 2,3, DECA 4-
ELIFRITZ, ELIZABETH JANE, College Prep. Rec Council
I,2,3,4, Arts 81 Crafts l,2,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
JCOWA 3, Dramatics Club 3,4, Thespians 3,4, Play
Casts 3, Program Seller 3, F.N.A. 3, Block "T" 3,4.
ELLIOTT, MICHAEL X. College Prep. Alter High School I
EMMEL, BEVERLY, College Prep. Choir I, Band 'l, Girls'
EPPERSON, DALE EUGENE. Industrial Arts, Football I,2,3,4,
Wrestling 2,3,4, Cafeteria Worker 3,4, Varsity "T" 3.
ERWIN, LINDA K. College Prep. F.H.A. l,2, Program Seller
3, Girls' Clubs 3, Concessions 4.
ESMONT, EDWARD FRANKLIN. Industrial Arts, Football 3,4.
EVILSIZOR, HAROLD EUGENE. College Prep. Student Coun-
cil T, Scholarship "T" I, Choir I, Football 'I,2,3,4,
Basketball l,2,3,4-Co-Captain, Track 'I,2,3,4, Varsity
"T" I,2,3-Vice-President, 4, Key Club 2,3,4, Boys'
Clubs 3,4, Student Referee 3, Class Officer-Treas-
FAGAN, TOM K. College Prep, Library Staff 'I,2,3-Secre-
tary-Treasurer, 4, Scholarship "T" 2,3, Science Club
3-Secretary-Treasurer, 4-President, National Honor
Society 3,4, Concessions 4.
Jane Elifritz Mike Elliott
Bev Emmel Dale Epperson
Lindq Erwin Chuck Esmont
Gene Evilsizor Tom Fagan
Tawn Farmer Debbie Faulder
Wanda Fessler' Carla Filburn
Debbie Fitch Myrna Flon'
Paul Fabian Mike Fox
Tom Favorite KC1y Fellers
FARMER, TAWN JOCELLE. College Prep. Choir l,2,3, Girls'
Clubs 2,3, Program Seller 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Budget Col-
FAULDER, DEBRA CASSANDRA. College Prep. Girls' Clubs
2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, Intramural Sports 2,4, Annual
Staff 4, Concessions 4, F.T.A. 4, Office Worker 4.
FAVORITE, THOMAS RICHARD. College Prep. Student Coun-
cil I, Baseball 'l, Football l,2,4, Basketball 'I,2,4,
Track 3, Intramural Sports 3,
FELLERS, CHERYL KAY. Business. Choir l,2, All Club Formal
Server I, Dramatics Club 2,3, Girls' Clubs 2,3, Block
"T" 2,3, DECA 4.
FESSLER, WANDA SUE. College Prep. Bancl l,2,3,4, Intra-
mural Sports l,2,3, Maiorette 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,
Prom Server 2, JCOWA 3,4, Play Casts 3, F.T.A. 3,
Dramatics Club 4.
FILBRUN, CARLA JEAN. Business. Choir I, Gregg Award 2,
Girls' Clubs 2, Library Staff 3, D.C.T. 4.
FITCH, DEBORAH LYNN, Home Economics. F.H.A. 2, Block
"T" 2,3, Girls' Club 2.
FLORY, MYRNA. Business. Choir I, Intramural Sports I,
Girls' Club 2.
FOBIAN, PAUL GEORGE, College Prep. Golf l,2,3,4, Intra-
mural Sports 'l,2,3,4, Varsity "T" 'I,2,3,4, Boys' Clubs
3, Concessions 4.
FOX, MICHAEL R. Industrial Arts.
Gqren Francis MQFCIG FFOHCIS
FRANCIS, GAREN GLENN. Industrial Arts, Football 2,45
Cafeteria Worker 3,4.
FRANCIS, MARCIA ANN. Business. Girls' Clubs 2,35 Annual
Staff 45 Concessions 4.
FRAZIER, IRVIN EDWARD. Industrial Arts. Intramural Sports
25 Basketball 3,45 D.C.T. 4.
FREIBURGER, ANN JULIE. College Prep. Arts 8. Crafts 1,25
Choir 1,2,35 Intramural Sports 1,25 Dramatics Club
' 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Block "T" 2,35
G.A.A. 2,3,45 Girls' interscholastic Sports 2,3,45
National Honor Society 3,45 JCOWA 35 Program Seller
35 Budget Collector 35 F.N.A. 35 F.T.A. 4.
GARWOOD, KARL, Industrial Arts.
GEARHARDT, PAUL WILLIAM. College Prep. Student Coun-
cil 1,45 Choir 1,2-President, 45 Football 1,2,3,4-Cap-
tain5 Basketball 15 Key Club 2,3,4-Sergeant at Arms5
Wrestling 2,3,45 Boys' Clubs 2,35 Varsity "T" 2-Secre-
tary-Treasurer, 3,45 Vice President Junior CIass5 Junior
Cabinet5 President Senior CIass5 Annual Staff 45
Men's Matin Chorale 45 Buckeye Boys' State 35
Optimist Youth of the Day, Week, and Month.
GEARHART, SANDRA LYNN. Business. F.H.A. 1,2,35 Pro-
gram Seller 35 D.C.T. 4.
GIBBONEY, REGINA ANNE. Business. Choir 1,45 Band
1,2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 25 Orchestra 3,4-Vice Presiclent5
Stage Bancl 3,4.
GIBSON, JANE. Business. F.B.W. 3,45 Gregg Award 35
Girls' Clubs 35 Office Worker 3,4.
GORMLEY, STEPHEN CLYDE. College Prep. Arts 8. Crafts
1,45 Choir 1-Librarian5 Track 15 Intramural Sports
1,2,35 Tennis 2,3,45 Spanish Club 25 Dramatics Club
35 Chess Club 3,45 Stage Crew 35 Boy's Clubs 3-Secre-
tary, 45 Student Referee 35 JCOWA 45 F.T.A. 4.
Irvin Frazier Ann Freiburger
Kqrl Gqrwgod PCIUI GEGFIWGYCII'
Sandra Gearhart RSQIUU Gibboney
Jane Gibson Steve Gormley
Marvin Gray Jack Gretzinger
Cheryl Gross Don Grove
Dick Har, Becky Hathaway
Jim Griffieth Mary Ann Grilliot
GRAY, MARVIN LEANDER. College Prep. Football 'I,2,3,4,
Track 'I, National Honor Society 3,4, National Forensic
League 3, JCOWA 4.
GRETZINGER, JOHN ALLEN. College Prep. Basketball I,4,
Golf I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Scholarship
"T" 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,
Dramatics Club 4, Concessions 4, Stage Crew 4.
GRIFFITH, JAMES ALLEN. Industrial Arts. Band I,2,3,4,
Cross Country 'I,2, Budget Collector 3, Orchestra 4,
Pep Band 4.
GRILLIOT, MARIE ANN. Business. Girls' Clubs 2,3, Arts and
Crafts 3, Program Seller 3, Concessions 4, F.B.W. 4.
GROSS, CHERYL ANN. Business. Library Staff 2, Girls'
Clubs 2,3, Dramatics Club 3, Concessions 4.
GROVE, DON EMORY. College Prep. Choir T, Baseball
'I,2,3,4, Football I, Intramural Sports I, Key Club
2,3,4-Senior Representative, Scholarship "T" 2, Cross
Country 2,3,4, Junior Cabinet 3, Wrestling 3,4, Boys'
Clubs 3,4, Varsity "T" 3, Buckeye Boys' State, Vice-
President Senior Class, Student Council 4-Vice Presi-
dent, National Honor Society 4, Annual Staff 4,
HALL, DOUGLAS ARMAND. College Prep. Student Council
'I,3,4-President, Choir I, Basketball I,2,3,4, Tennis
l,2,3,4, Varsity "T" 'I,2,3,4, Key Club 2,3,4-Vice Presi-
dent, Prom Server 2, Junior Cabinet 3, Buckeye Boys'
State 3, Boys' Clubs 3, Annual Staff 4, Optimist Youth
of the Day and the Month.
HANSEN, JEFFREY A. College Prep. Cross Country I,2,
Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Budget Collector 2, Track
2, Interact 3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Varsity "T" 3,4,
HART, RICHARD ALAN. College Prep. Football 'I,2,3,4,
Scholarship "T" 2,3.
HATHAWAY, REBECCA ANN. Business. Library Staff
'I,2,3,4, Choir I, F.H.A. I, 2-Historian, 3-County
Officer, Girls' Clubs 2,3, Block "T" 2,3, Intramural
Sports 2, Program Seller 3, D.E.C. 4, DECA 4.
, , i 3. . ...,
fr , W
I Y LL , F
,,,,, 7 5,
. 1. ,,if
' I 'ikk '
Bev Heffelfinger Donnita Heffelfinger
HEFFELFINGER, BEVERLY A. Business, Budget Collector 'I,25
Choir 'I5 Intramural Sports 'l,2,35 F.H.A. 25 Cheer-
leader 3,45 Office Worker 4.
HEFFELFINGER, DONNITA KAY. Business, Choir I,2.
HEITZMAN, ANNE. College Prep. Choir 1,25 Intramural
Sports 1,25 Arts and Crafts 25 Dramatics Club 2,45
Budget Collector 25 Girls' Clubs 25 Block "T" 2,3,45
Homecoming Court 4.
HENNE, PAUL JOHN. College Prep. Arts and' Crafts 'I,2,35
Budget Collector I5 Chess Club 3,45 Boys' Clubs 4.
HESLEP, ROBERT D. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,35
National Honor Society 3,45 Science Club 35 Conces-
sions 45 Boys' Clubs 4.
HESS, SANDRA K. College Prep. Girls' Clubs 2,3.
HEWITT, SANDRA D, Business. Budget Collector 'l5,Intra-
mural Sports 1,25 Arts and Crafts 25 Office Worker 4.
HICKMAN, SYLVIA MARIE. College Prep. Choir 'I5 Band
'I,2,35 G.A.A. 'I',2,3, 4-Board of Directors-Secretary5
Intramural Sports l,2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Girls'
lnterscholastics Sports l,2,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45
Budget Collector 25 JCOWA 3,45 F.N.A, 3-Secretary5
Block "T" 3,45 Upward Bound - Earlham College.
HILLMAN, TIM EARL. College Prep, Baseball I,2,3,45 Intra-
mural Sports l,2,45 Chess Club 3,45 Boys' Clubs 3,45
Varsity "T" 35 Interact 45 Annual Staff 45 Concessions
45 Spanish Club 3,4.
HINES, ANN MARIE. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,35
Girls' Clubs 2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 Intramural
Sports 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Orchestra 35
Band 35 F.T.A. 3,4. St. Joseph High School, Band 'I5
Anne Heitzman PGUI Henna
Bob Heslep Sandy Hess
Sandy Hewitt Sylvia Hickman
Charlie Hinkle Connie Hogan
Charlene Hooley Judy Houck
Harold Hughes John Hypes
Jim Ingles Tildon Ishamael
Libbie Holcomb Gordon Holm
HINKLE, CHARLES D. College Prep. Football l,25 All Club
Formal Server I5 Wrestling 25 Boys' Clubs 2,3.
HOGAN, CONNIE JEAN. Business. Choir I5 Intramural
Sports I,2,35 F.H.A. I,2,45 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45 Block "T"
2,3,45 Budget Collector 35 F.B.W. 3,4,
HOLCOMB, ELIZABETH ANN. College Prep. Budget Collector
1,35 Choir I-Librarian, 2,3,4-Librarian5 Band 'I,25 All
Club Formal Server I5 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Intramural
Sports I,2,3,45 Girls' Interscholastic Sports 'I,2,3,45
Dramatics Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 2,35 Girls' Clubs 2,45
Block "T" 2,3,45 Play Casts 35 JCOWA 45 Homecoming
HOLM, GORDON EMIL. College Prep, Chess Club 2,35 Boys'
Clubs 2,35 Science Club 35 Interact 4.
HOOLEY, CHARLENE ANN. College Prep. G.A.A. l,25 Intra-
mural Sports 'I,25 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45
HOUCK, JUDITH ANN. Business, Student Council 'I5 Rec
Council I5 Choir I5 Intramural Sports I,2,35 Dramatics
Club 2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 Girls'
Interscholastic Sports 2,35 National Honor Society 35
Gregg Awards 35 Thespians 3,45 F.B.W. 4.
HUGHES, HAROLD N. Industrial Arts, Basketball 'I,25 Intra-
mural Sports 3,45 D.C.T. 4.
HYPES, JOHN ALLEN. College Prep. D.C.T. 4.
INGELS, JAMES FREDERICK. College Prep. Budget Collector
I5 Choir I5 Football I5 Track 'I,25 Intramural Sports
I,2,35 Varsity "T" 'I,25 Cross Country 25 Student
Referee 25 Boys' Clubs 3.
ISHMAEL, TILDON LEE. College Prep. Band 'I,2,3,45 Proiec-
tionist's Club 1,35 Pep Band 3,45 Library Staff 4.
Jill Jensen Joe Johnson
JENSEN, JILL LOUISE. College Prep. Student Council l,2,3,
Rec Council 'l,2,3,4, Scholarship "T" l,2, Choir 'l,4,
All Club Formal Server 'l, Intramural Sports I,2,3,
Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 'l,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,4,
Block "T" 2,3-Vice President, 4-President, G.A.A. 2,
Spanish Club 2-Secretary, 3,4, National Honor Society
3,4, JCOWA 3, Dramatics Club 3, Program Seller 3,
Office Worker 3, Class Officer 4-Secretary, Budget
Collector 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Optimist Youth
Of The Day.
JOHNSON, JOSEPH DANIEL ll. Business. Budget Collector
2,3, Stage Crew 3.
JOHNSTON, STEPHAN THOMAS, College Prep, Student
Council I, Football 'l,2,3,4-Co-Captain, Basketball l,2,
Track l,2,3,4, Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,
Budget Collector 3, Gymnastics 3, Boys' Clubs 3,4,
Stage Crew 3,4, JCOWA 4.
JONES, DARALEE. College Prep. Junior Cabinet 3, Dra-
matics Club 3,4, Cheerleader 3,4, F.T.A. 3,4, Office
Worker 3, Spanish Club 3, Girls' Clubs 3,4-President,
Student Council 4-Secretary, JCOWA 4, Homecoming
Court 4, Bowsher High School. Cheerleader 2, F.H.A.
2, Spanish Club 2, Girls' Clubs 2.
JONES, JACQUELYN ANN. Business, Scholarship "T" 'I,
Intramural Sports 2,3, Program Seller 3.
JORDAN, PATRICIA EILEEN. Business. F.B.W. 3,4, Gregg
Awards 3, Office Worker 3,4, Concessions 4.
KAINUMA, SILVIA MATTOS, College Prep. Foreign Ex-
change Student 4, JCOWA 4, Girls' Clubs 4, Block "T"
4, Student Council 4. Porona State College l,2.
KAVALAUSKAS, PATRICIA ANN. College Prep. G.A.A,
l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Booster Club I-
Secretary, Play Casts 2,3,4, Choir 2,3,4, F.N.A. 3,4,
Block "T" 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4, Girls' Clubs
2,3,4, Thespians 4, Concessions 4, Office Worker 4.
KAVALAUSKAS, THERESA ANN. College Prep. G.A.A.
l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Boosters Club I,
Choir 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, Dra-
matics Club 3,4, Play Casts 3,4, Thespians 4, Conces-
sions 4, Office Worker 4.
KERNS, REBECCA ANN, College Prep. Orchestra I,2,3,
Choir 1, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, F.N.A. 3,4-Vice President.
Steve Johnston Lee Jones
Jackie Jones Patty Jordan
Silvia Kainuma Pat Kavalauskas
Terry Kavalauskas Becky Kerns
Ginger Kessler Lo,-eine King Pat Konkol Allen Koontz
KESSLER, GINGER KAY. Business. Band l,2,3,4, Gregg
Awards 2,3, Maiorette 3,4-Head, F.B.W. 3,4, Office
KING, KATHERINE LORRAINE, Business, Intramural Sports
T,2, Girls' Clubs 2, Girls' Interscholastic Sports 2,3,4,
Program Seller 3, D.C.T. 4.
KONKOL, PATRICK ALAN. College Prep, Scholarship "T" I,
Baseball 2,3, Varsity "T" 3,4, Concessions 4, Chess
Club 4, Boys' Clubs 4, Spanish Club 4.
KOONTZ, GOLDEN ALLEN JR. Industrial Arts. Wrestling
'l,2,4, Tennis 4.
Tim KOZUI Jane Kremer KozuL, TIMOTHY. College Prep.
KRAMER, JANE ANN. College Prep, Choir l,2-Secretary,
Band I, G.A.A. l,2,3-Secretary, 4, Intramural Sports
l,2,3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Thespians 2,3,4, Play
Casts 2, F.N.A. 2,3,4-Secretary-Treasurer, Girls' Clubs
2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4-Senior Representative, Prom
Server 2, Girls' interscholastic Sports 2, Junior Cabinet
3, Buckeye Girls' State, National Honor Society 3,4,
Program Seller 3, Student Council 3, Budget Collector
4, Optimist Youth ofthe Day.
KRIETE, FAYE ELIZABETH. College Prep, Library Staff l,3,
Intramural Sports 'I,2, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, F.N.A, 3,4-
President, Concessions 4, D.C.T. 4.
FUYG K'Ie'e Dennis Webs LAABS, DENNIS ANDREW, College Prep. student Council
l,2, Choir I, Band l,2,3, Track l,2,3,4, Cross Country
l,2,3,4, All Club Formal Server I, Intramural Sports
'l,2,3,4, Key Club 2,3-Treasurer, 4, Scholarship "T"
2,3, Boys' Clubs 2,3,4, Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Junior
Cabinet 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Budget Col-
lector 3, Pep Band 3, JCOWA 4, Dramatics Club 4.
LAFONG, CHERYL ANN. College Prep. Choir I, Intramural
Sports l,2,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4,
Creative Writing 2, F.T.A. 3,4.
LAMMERS, MARILYN JEAN. College Prep. Arts and Crafts
Club l,2,3, Choir 'l, Intramural Sports l,2, Budget
Collector 2, Girls' Clubs 2,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,
Cheryl LaFong Marilyn Lammers Dramatics Club 3,4.
Debbie Landrey Richard Lane Audrey Laughman Jim Leos
LANDREY, DEBORAH JANE, Business. Choir 'I, Gregg
LANE, W. RICHARD. College Prep. Band 'l,2,3,4, Creative
Writing 3,4, Pep Band 4.
LAUGHMAN, AUDREY F. Home Economics. F.H.A. 2,4,
LEAS, JAMES A, College Prep, Band 'I,2,3,4, Orchestra '
2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4. Carol Lenox Becky Lewis
LENOX, CAROL JEAN. College Prep, Orchestra I,2,3,4-
Secretary, Choir I, Band 'I,2,3,4, G.A.A. I,2, Music
Contests I,2, Scholarship "T" 2,3, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
National Honor Society 3, JCOWA 3.
LEWIS, BECKY JANE. College Prep, Scholarship "T" 'I, Arts
and Crafts Club 1, Budget Collector 'I,3,4, F.H.A. I,3,
Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, G.A.A. 'I, Intramural Sports I,3, '
Girls' Interscholastic Sports I,2,3,4, Boosters Club I,
Block "T" 2,3,4, Library Staff 3, JCOWA 3,4,
LEWIS, ELISSA LOU. College Prep. Orchestra I,2,3, Choir I,
Poetry Contests I, Bancl 2, Southwest Regional Elissa Lewis Jim Long
Orchestra 3, State Orchestra 3.
LONG, JAMES FRANKLIN. Industrial Arts. Library Staff
I,2,3,4, D.C.T. 4.
LORTON, CAROL JEAN, Business, G.A.A. I, Intramural
Sports I,2, F.H.A. 2, Block "T" 2,3,4, F.B.W. 4.
LUCAS, DONALD RAY, Special. Budget Collector I, Cafe-
teria Worker 2,3,4.
Carol Lorton Donald Lucas
Donna Lucas Cindy Lutz
LUCAS, DONNA, Business. Girls' Clubs 2, Office Worker
3,4, DECA 4.
LUTZ, LUCINDA MARIE HOSMER. Home Economics, Budget
Collector I, Choir I, F.H.A. 2, Trojan "Crier" Staff 3,
Block "T" 2,3, DECA 4-Secretary.
LUTZ, MARY KAY. College Prep. G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Intramural
Sports 'I,2,3,4, Boosters Club I, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
Block "T" 2,3,4, Girls' interscholastic Sports 2,3,4,
JCOWA 3,4, Budget Collector 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Office
Worker 3, Annual Staff 4, Concessions 4, Upward
Bound-Earlham College 3.
MCCAFFREY, MARY JANE. College Prep. Trojan "Crier"
Staff 4, Dramatics Club 4, Girls' Clubs 4, Block "T"
4, G.A.A. 4. Bishop Rosecrans High School-Choir-Glee
Club I, Class Officer-Secretary 2.
MCCONNELL, KAREN SUE. College Prep. Budget Collector
I,3, Orchestra I, Choir T,2, G.A.A. 'I,3, Intramural
Sports I,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4,
JCOWA 3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4, Play Casts 3,4,
F.N.A. 3, Trojan "Crier" Staff 3,4-Editor-in-Chief,
Thespians 4, Press Club 3,4.
MCCONNELL, MICHAEL PATRICK. College Prep. Scholarship
"T" I, Arts and Crafts Club I,2,3-Vice President, 4,
Art Honor Society I,2,3,4, Choir I, Band I, Baseball
I, Stage Crew I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Key
Club 2,3,4, Trojan "Crier" Staff 2, Trojan Toga Staff
2, Dramatics Club 2,3-Vice President, 4-President,
Thespians 2,3,4, Prom Server 2, Tennis 3,4, Boys'
Clubs 3,4, Student Referee 3, Varsity "T" 3,4, Annual
Staff 4, F.T.A. 4.
MCCONNELL, VERNON S. JR, General. Graham High
MCCORMACK, MICHAEL RICHARD. College Prep. Orchestra
3,4-President, Band 3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Intramural
Sports 3, Dramatics Club 4, Play Casts 4, Men's Matin
Chorale-Librarian 4, Stage Band 3,4, Elida High
School-Choir 'I,2, Band I,2, Football I, Pep Band I,2,
Intramural Sports I, F.T.A. 2.
MCDANIEL, DIANA KAY. Business. Band I,2, Office Worker 3,
MCFARLAND, GARRIE LEE. Industrial Arts.
Mary Kay Lutz
Ja ne McCaffrey
Hitt? tif Tb19i
Karen McConnell Mike McConnell
Vernon McConneI Mike McCormack
Diana McDaniel Garrie McFarland
Kathleen McKenna Lydia McLuke Clara McMullen Susan Macy
McKENNA, KATHLEEN. Business. Troy High School 4. Miami
East High School-G.A.A. 'l, Girls' lnterscholastic Sports
'l, Pep Club 'l, F.N.A. 'l. Piqua Central High School-
Intramural Sports 2,3.
MCLUKE, LYDIA. Home Economics. Arts 81 Crafts Club
l,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2.
'MW McMULLEN, CLARA SUE. College Prep, Student Council l,
Choir l, G.A.A. 'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4,
Budget Collector 2,3, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,
Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4,
Cheerleader 3,4, Gregg Awards 3, JCOWA 4, Office
Worker 4, Homecoming Court 4.
Joyce Martin Barb Mathes
MACY, SUSAN. Home Economics, F.H.A. 4.
MARTIN, JOYCE ELAINE, Business. Budget Collector 'l,
G.A.A, 'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs
2-Sergeant-at-Arms, 3-Sergeant-at-Arms, 4, Block "T"
2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4, Office Worker 3, JCOWA
4, F.T.A. 4, F.B.W. 4-President.
MATHES, BARBARA. Business. Choir 'l,2,3,4, G.A.A.
'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports l,2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 2,3,4, Play Casts 3,
Concessions 4, F.B.W. 4, Prom Server 2.
MATHEWS, RANDY O'BRlEN, General, Cross Country 3.
Randy Mathews Bob Medley MEDLEY, ROBERT ERNEST. College Prep. Choir 'l,2,3,4,
Football l, Scholarship "T" 2, Golf 2,3,4, National
Honor Society 3, Play Casts 3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4,
Men's Matin Chorale 3,4, JCOWA 4, Dramatics Club
4, Concessions 4.
MEEKER, DAVID NELSON. College Prep. Choir l, Football
l,2,3-Co-Captain, 4-Co-Captain, Basketball T, Tennis
'l, Key Club 2,3-Secretary, 4-Secretary, Prom Server
2, Class Officer 3-Treasurer, Junior Cabinet 3,
Buckeye Boys' State 3, Scholarship "T" 3,4, National
Honor Society 3,4, Track 3, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Intra-
mural Sports 3, Varsity "T" 3,4, Student Council 3.
MELVIN, PATRICIA L. Business. Choir T,4, Intramural Sports
T,2,3, F.B.W. 3,4, Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 3,4,
David Meeker Patty Melvin
If iifiil , 'T 'r"- '
.. .. ,N N
1 - ki if Nxgs . ei :
I . . ew
iz- 1 .
Mary Metz Mike Mertz
MENCSIK, JAMES JOSEPH. College Prep. Baseball 2,3,
Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Chess Club 3,4, Annual Staff 4-
Business Manager, Concessions 4, Boys' Clubs 4,
Intramural Sports 4, Spanish Club 4.
MERCER, THOMAS N. College Prep. Choir I, Baseball
I,2,3,4, Football I, Basketball 'I,2,3,4, Varsity "T"
'I,2,3,4, Student Council 2,4, Interact 2,3,4-Secretary,
Budget Collector 2, Boys' Clubs 2,3,4, Intramural
METZ, MARY ALICE. Home Economics. Girls' Clubs 2.
MERTZ, MICHAEL LEE. Special Education.
MIKELS, KAY IRENE. Home Economics. Intramural Sports
MILLER, CHERYL DAWN. Home Economics. Choir I,2.
MILLER, JUDY VIRGINIA. Business. Choir I,2,3,4, Intra-
mural Sports I, Girls' Clubs 2, GA.A, 2, F.B.W. 3,
Gregg Awards 3.
MITCHELL, RAYMOND ALLAN. College Prep. Choir 'I,2,3,
Chess Club I,2,3,4,' Football I, Play Casts 2,3,4,
Thespians 4, Stage Crew 4.
Moist, GEORGE ADAM. College Prep: chear i,2,s,4,
Intramural Sports 2,3,4.
MOORE, DOLORES A. Business. Intramural Sports I, Girls'
Clubs 2, DECA 4-Treasurer.
Susie Moore Moya Moran Doug Morrow Rhonda MOH
MOORE, SUSAN. Business. Girls' Clubs 2, Office Worker 3,4,
MORAN, MARGARET M. College Prep. Dramatics Club 3,4,
Thespians 3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, JCOWA 4, Annual
Staff 4-Editor-in-Chief, Concessions 4, Intramural
Sports 4, Interscholastic Sports 2,4. Julienne High
School-Student Council I, G.A.A. I, National Forensic
MORROW, DOUGLAS J. General. Choir I,2, All Club
Formal Server I, Play Cast 2, D.C.T. 4.
MOTT, RHONDA JEAN. College Prep. Choir 'I,3,4-Secretary,
Band I,2, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4,
Girls' Clubs 2-Treasurer, 3-Secretary, 4, Prom Server
2, Junior Cabinet 3, Buckeye Girls' State 3, JCOWA
3,4, "Troian Crier" Staff 3, Dramatics Club 3,4, Pro-
gram Seller 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Block "T" 3,4, Press Club
3,4, Thespians 4, Annual Staff 4, Concessions 4, Quill
and Scroll 3,4.
MOTTER, ANNETTE LOUISE. College Prep. G.A.A. I,2, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 3,4.
NAUGHTON, DONNA JEAN. College Prep. Orchestra I,
Choir I, G.A.A. I,2, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Arts 8g
Crafts Club 2,3,4-Vice President, Dramatics Club 2,
Play Casts 2,3, Girls' Clubs 2,3-President, 4, Block "T"
2,3-Treasurer, 4, Prom Server 2, Creative Writing 2,
"Trojan Crier" Staff 3, Program Seller 3, F.N.A. 3,4,
Press Club 3,4, JCOWA 4, Annual Staff 4, Art Honor
Society 4, F.T.A. 4.
NEWMAN, CRAIG OLIN. College Prep. Football I,2,3,4,
Track I, Golf 2,3,4, Gregg Awards 3, Varsity "T" 3,4,
NICKEL, RAY E. Industrial Arts. Intramural Sports I,2,
OVERHOLSER, BARBARA ANNE. College Prep. Choir
I,2,3,4, G.A.A. I,2, Intramural Sports 'I,2, Play Casts
2, Girls' Clubs 2,3-Vice President, 4, Block "T" 2,3,4.
OWEN, DOUGLAS MICHAEL. College Prep. Pep Band
I,2,3,4, Bancl I,2,3,4, Track I, Orchestra 3.
Ann Motter Donna Naughton
Craig Newman Ray Nickel
Barb Overholser DOUG Owen
Bob Oxley Janet Painter
Steve Pittenger Dan Pugalee
. "L: I
5545. .:,, A
.f , X--,.g.+ 4 . 1.-
g,QF',g.g3"'1sf,igS '- :
gstlgzi zggxxx- - is - 311?.g:ia:i:.iiy4sgg
asa::1.:sssI55:If?e,. s -hfsisviiiztiiflff
M--4112.---My W , , Li34.j22+":12:11
LiYJi1:1i11Y"7f H Zi. ':,s5X1:rl?251g.'i
ju" 212259, qi. ,Q 1 Qtlglllgfjwazigj-
. . -MS'-1 x- Je was-+,rg,....-.
S,:::t't:sIxr.'.f - ---:f::v.a..:-wi:
Doug Ratcliff Linda Redick
Dennis Pask Charlie Pearcy
OXLEY, ROBERT MORRIS. College Prep. Student Council
1,2-Treasurer, 3,4, Rec Council 'l,2,3,4, Scholarship
"T" 'I,2,3,4, Choir 'I,4, Tennis I,2,3,4, All Club Formal
Server 'l, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Budget Collector
2, Basketball 2, Chess Club 2, Class Officer 3-Presi-
dent, Junior Cabinet 3, Vesper Trophy 3, Key Club
3-Junior Representative, 4-President, National Honor
Society 3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Dramatics Club 4, Play
Casts 4, Concessions 4, Stage Crew 4, Varsity "T" 4.
PAINTER, JANET, College Prep. Girls' Clubs 2, "Troian
Crier" Staff 3.
PASK, DENNIS ARTHUR. General. D.C.T. 4.
PEARCY, CHARLES EDWARD. Industrial Arts. Intramural
PITTENGER, STEVE. Industrial Arts. Baseball I, D.C.T. 4.
PUGALEE, DANIEL L. General.
PYERS, RICHARD LEE. College Prep. Basketball I, Track
'l,2,3,4, Cross Country l,2,3,4, Interact 2,3,4, Intra-
mural Sports 2,3,4, Varsity "T" 2,3,4, Budget Collec-
tor 3, Boys' Clubs 3,4, Concessions 4.
RANDLE, LIMUS JR. Intramural Sports 2,3, D.C.T. 4.
RATCLIFF, DOUGLAS DEAN. College Prep, Intramural
Sports 'l,2,3, Track 2, Cross Country 2, Varsity "T"
2,3, Boys' Clubs 3-President, 4, Concessions 4.
REDICK, LINDA SUE. College Prep. Arts 81 Crafts Club I,
Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, F.B.W. 3,4, F.N.A. 4, Student
Gay Reed Mac Reed
REED, GAYLYNN. College Prep. Girls' Clubs 2,3, Block "T"
2,3,4, G.A.A. 2, Intramural Sports 2,3,4, Girls' Inter-
scholastic Sports 2, Spanish Club 2,3,4, JCOWA 3,4,
Program Seller 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Budget Collector 4,
Concessions 4. Campo Aleque High School. Class
Officer 'I-President, Student Council 1, Intramural
Sports I, Girls' lnterscholastic Sports I.
REED, TIMOTHY MacPHERSON, College Prep. Choir I,
Football l,2,3,4, Track 'l,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,
lnteract"2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Student Referee 2,3,4,
Varsity-l,"T" 2,3,4, Boys' Clubs 3,4, JCOWA 4.
RHOADES, BERNARD DEWAIN. Industrial Arts. Football
RHOADES, WANDA SUE. College Prep. Choir 'l,2,3,4, Band
I, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3, Girls'
lnterscholastic Sports I,2,3, Dramatics Club 2,3-Junior
Representative, 4, Thespians 2,3-Junior Representa-
tive 4, Play Casts 2,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T"
2,3,4, Gregg Awards 3.
RICE, HAROLD EDWIN. College Prep, Choir 1,2,3,4, Band
I,2,3,4-President, Track I,3, Pep Band I,2,3,4-Direc-
tor, All Club Formal Server I, Golf 2, Dramatics Club
3,4, Thespians 3,4, Play Casts 3,4, Orchestra 3, Intra-
mural Sports 3,4, Men's Matin Chorale 3,4, Interact
4, Boys' Club 4.
RIEGLE, STEPHAN DOUGLAS. Business. DECA 4.
RISMILLER, BETTY LOIS. Business. F.H.A. 'l,2,3,4-President,
Girls' Clubs 2,4, F.B.W. 3,4, Gregg Awards 3.
ROBBINS, MARGARET. General, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, F.H.A.
3,4-Alternate County Representative.
ROBINSON, WILLIAM SAMUEL. Industrial Arts. Electronics
ROGERS, JENNIFER IRENE. College Prep, Choir 'l,2,3,4,
G.A.A. 'l,2,3,4-Treasurer 3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block
"T" 2,3,4, Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 2,3,4, Dramatics
Club 3,4, Play Casts 3, Program Seller 3, Concessions
4, F.B.W. 4, Office Worker 4, Girls' Chorale 4, Intra-
mural Sports 4.
Bernard Rhoades Wanda Rhoades
Harold Rice Doug Riegle
Betty Rismiller Margaret Robbins
Sam Robinson Jenny Rogers
Tyrone Rogers Richard Rosen
Gary Schoch Marc Schuenke
Barb Schultz Caron Sewell
John Shaffer Sherry Shaffer
Chris Rudy Ken Schafer
ROGERS, TYRONE CLIFFORD. General. Choir 1,2, Intra-
mural Sports I, Budget Collector 2, Library Staff 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Play Casts 4.
ROSEN, RICHARD PAUL. College Prep. Student Council I,
Budget Collector I, Choir I, Band 'I,2,3, Scholarship
"T" 2,3,4, Golf 2,3,4, Wrestling 2, Interact 3,4,
National Honor Society 3,4, Boys' Clubs 4.
RUDY, CHRISTOPHER LEE. College Prep. Science Club I,
Golf 'I, Wrestling I,2,3,4, Varsity "T" l,2,3,4, Interact
2,3,4, Scholarship "T" 2, Stage Crew 3, Boys' Clubs
3,4, Annual Staff 4-Assistant Business Manager and
Photographer, Concessions 4, Cross Country 4.
SCHAFER, KENNETH DOYLE. General. Junior Achievement
3,4. Continental High School. Choir 'I,2, Basketball
SCHOCH, GARY HOWARD, College Prep. Football 'l,2,3,
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 'l, Boys' Clubs 2,3,4, Scholar-
ship "T" 3, Intramurals 3,4, JCOWA 4, Varsity "T" 4,
SCHUENKE, MARC CHARLES. College Prep. Boys' Clubs 4,
Track 4, Cross Country 4, Wrestling 4. Grandville High
School. Track I,2,3, Cross Country 1,2,3, Wrestling
SCHULTZ, BARBARA. College Prep. Arts 81 Crafts I,2,3,4,
Choir i,2,3,4, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports 'I,2,
Scholarship "T" 2, Girls' Clubs 2-President, 3,4, Block
"T" 2,3-Treasurer, 4, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Student
Council 3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, F.T.A. 3-
Secretary, 4-President, Girls' Interscholastic Sports 3,4.
SEWELL, CARON. Business. Girls' Clubs 2.
SHAFFER, JOHN EDWIN. College Prep.
SHAFFER, SHERYL LYN. Business. Choir I,2, Dramatics Club
2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, Thespians
3,4, F.T.A. 3, Gregg AWUVCIS 3: Office Worker 3.
Linda Shanesy Steve Shanesy
SHANESY, LINDA JEAN. College Prep. Student Council I5
Scholarship "T" 1,25 Arts 81 Crafts Club 'l,25 Choir
'l,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45
Block "T" 2,3,4-Secretary5 Prom Server 25 National
Honor Society 3,45 Program Seller 35 Budget Collector
3,45 F.T.A. 3,4.
SHANESY, STEPHEN. College Prep. Rec Council l,2,3,45
Choir lg Football 'l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track
'l,2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Boys' Clubs 2,3,45 Prom
Server 25 Student Referee 2,3,45 Budget Collector 35
Intramural Sports 35 Stage Crew 4.
SHARITS, DIANA LAVONNE, Business. Budget Collector
'l,2,3,45 Choir 'I5 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Intramural Sports
1,25 Girls' Interscholastic Sports 1,25 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45
Block "T" 2,3,45 F.B.W. 3,4.
SHARTLE, MIRIAM ELIZABETH SANDERS. College Prep. Dra-
matics Club 45 Stage Crew 4-Manager, Chatham Hall.
SHELLHAAS, CONNIE KAY. Business. Choir 'I5 Intramural
Sports 'l,2,3,45 Girls' Clubs 2,3,4-Vice President5 Block
"T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 Dramatics Club 3,45 Tennis 3,45
F.B.W. 3,45 Gregg Award 35 Office Worker 4.
SHIPP, TANA SUE. College Prep. Choir lg Girls' Clubs 2,3,45
Block "T" 2,3,45 Arts 81 Crafts Club 3,45 Dramatics
Club 35 F.T.A. 3.
SIMS, DAVID DELANE. College Prep. Choir 'li Basketball
l,2,3,45 Golf 'l,2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Boys' Clubs
2,3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Intramural Sports 35 Student
Referee 35 JCOWA 45 Dramatics Club 45 Play Casts 45
Stage Crew 4.
SMITH, RICHARD RONALD. College Prep. Track 'I5 Intramural
Sports l,2,3,45 Boys' Clubs 3,45 Concessions 45 Base-
ball 45 Stage Crew 45 Student Referee 45 Varsity "T" 4.
SMITH, STEPHEN ALLEN. College Prep. Library Staff 'I5
Budget Collector l,2,35 Choir I,2,3,4-Librarian5 Bas-
ketball I,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Baseball I5 Intra-
mural Sports l,25 Golf 2,3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45
Student Referee 3.
SMITH, WALTER ALAN. College Prep. Track l,2,3,45 Gym-
nastics 3,4-Co-Captaim Varsity "T" 3,45 Interact 45
Concessions 45 Boys' Clubs 45 Track 'I,2,3,4.
Jack Snell Carl Snider
Cinda Speelman Mary Speer
Dave Spencer Bev Sphar
.,- ..,. ...ty
Sam Stebelton Mike Stephens
Jerry Sotzing Jane Spears
SNELL, JACK BENSON. College Prep, Student Council 15
Scholarship "T" 15 Choir 1,2,3,4-President5 Football
1,2,35 Golf 1,2,3,45 Intramural Sports 1,2,3,45 Chess
Club 25 Boys' Clubs 2,3,45 Student Referee 25 Play
SNIDER, CARL. Industrial Arts. Choir 1,25 Intramural Sports
SOTZING, JERRY LEE, Industrial Arts. Choir 1,2,3,45 Base-
ball 15 Intramural Sports 35 Boys' Clubs 4.
SPEARS, JANE A. Business. Choir 15 F.H.A. 25 Girls' Clubs
2,3,45 F.B.W, 3,45 Office Worker 35 D.C.T. 4.
SPEELMAN, LUCINDA KAY. College Prep. Student Council
15 Choir 15 All Club Formal Server 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45
Dramatics Club 2,3,45Tl1eSpICII'tS 2,3,45 Play Casts 2,35
Budget Collector 25 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45 Girls' Inter-
scholastic Sports 25 Library Staff 35 JCOWA 3,45 Arts
81 Crafts 3-Secretary-Treasurer, 45 Program Seller 35
F.T.A. 3,45 National Forensic League 35 Homecoming 4.
SPEER, MARY FRANCES. College Prep. Choir 1,3,45 Band
1,2,3-Librarian5 45 Creative Writing 1,25 Prince of
Peace 1,25 Speech Contests 1,45 Dramatics 2,3,4-
Senior Representative5 Play Casts 2,3,45 Girls' Clubs
2,35 JCOWA 3,4-Vice President5 Thespians 3,45
Orchestra 3,45 Forensic League 3,4-Secretary5 Girls'
SPENCER, DAVID MCCULLOCH, JR. College Prep. Dramatics
Club 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Play Casts 3,45 Choir 35
Football 3,45 Track 3,45 Chess Club 3,45 Boys' Clubs
3,45 Intramural Sports 3,45 National Honor Society 45
Choate-Choir 1,25 Golf 15 Chess Club 1,25 Track 2.
SPHAR, BEVERLY SUE. Business. Choir 15 Intramural Sports
1,25 Girls' Clubs 2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 F.B.W, 3,4-
Secretary5 Office Worker 3,45 Budget Collector 4.
STEBELTON, SAMUEL F. II. College Prep. Chess Club 1.
STEPHENS, MICHAEL G. Business. Interact 2,3,45 Tennis 25
Intramural Sports 25 Stage Crew 3,45 Boys' Clubs 3,45
Dramatics Club 4.
Phyllis Strominger Kathie Studebaker
STROMINGER, PHYLLIS ELAINE. College Prep, Scholarship
"T" 1,2,37 Choir 1,2,3,47 G.A.A. Tj Intramural Sports
1,2,37 Girls' Clubs Representative 47 Girls' lnterscho-
lastic Sports 2,3,47 Creative Writing 2-Vice President,
3,41 Class Officer 3j Junior Cabinet 37 Carson Trophy
37 Buckeye Girls' State 37 Block "T" 2,3, Junior Repre-
sentative 47 Student Council 3,4-Senior Advisor7
National Honor Society 3,47 F.T.A. 3,4-Vice President7
Girls' Chorale 47 Upward Bound-Earlham College 4.
STUDEBAKER, KATHIE LYNN. Business. Choir 1,47 Band
1,2,3,47 Girls' Clubs 2,37 Girls' Chorale 47 F.B.W. 4.
STUMP, JACK LEROY. College Prep. Budget Collector 1,27
G.A.A. 1,27 Pep Band 1,2,3,47 Intramural Sports 1,27
Interact 3,47 Trojan Toga Staff 3,47 Mens' Matin
Chorale 3,47 Drum Maior 47 Boys' Clubs 47 Creative
Writing Club 4.
SWIGART, NANCY JANE. College Prep. Budget Collector
1,27 G.A.A, 1,27 Intramural Sports 1,23,47 Girls' Clubs
2,3,47 Block "T" 2,3,47 Girls' lnterscholastic Sports 27
F.N.A. 37 F.B.W. 47 Office Worker 4.
TAYLOR, CONNIE SUE. Business. F.H.A. 2,37 F.B.W. 2,37
Program Seller 37 Budget Collector 37 D.C.T. 4.
TAYLOR, TED, College Prep. Choir 17 Baseball 1,47 Intra-
mural Sports .I,2,3,4i Gymnastics 27 Boys' Clubs 2,3-
Vice President 4.
THAXTON, VIKKI MARIE. Business. Girls' Clubs 2,3,4f Intra-
mural Sports 2,37 F.B.W. 4-Vice President.
THOBE, MICHAEL R. Industrial Arts. DECA 4.
THOMPSON, CAROLYN KAY. Business, Girls' Clubs 27
Budget Collector 37 F.B.W. 4.
THOMPSON, LAWRENCE LEE, Industrial Arts. Football 17
Jack Stump Nancy Swigart
Connie Taylor Ted Taylor
Vickie Thaxton Mike Thobe
Carolyn Thompson Larry Thompson
Roger Thompson Jane Thompson
THOMPSON, ROGER, Industrial Arts.
THOMPSON, SAUNDRA JANE. Business. Choir I, Intra-
mural Sports 'I,2, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4,
THOMPSON, TIMOTHY WAYNE. College Prep. Scholarship
"T" I, Arts 81 Crafts Club I,2,3,4, Choir I,2,3, Boys'
Clubs 4, Concessions 4, Art Honor Society 3,4.
TRAVIS, DEBORAH. Business. Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Intramural
Sports 2, F.B.W. 3,4, Gregg Awards 3, Office Worker 4.
TROST, KATHLEEN JO. Business. Budget Collector I,
Orchestra 'I,2,3, Choir I, Intramural Sports I,2, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3, F.B.W. 3,4, G.A.A, 3,
USSERMAN, JUDITH LYNN. College Prep. G.A.A. I,2,3,4,
Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Girls'
Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, F.B.W. 3, Gregg Awards
3, Dramatics Club 4, Play Casts 4, Concessions 4,
Office Worker 4, Annual Staff 4.
VANDEVEER, VICKIE JO. College Prep. Orchestra l,2, Choir
I, Girls' Clubs 2,3, DECA 4-President.
VAN TILBURG, LARRY LEE. Industrial Arts. Botkins High
School, I,2, Wapakoneta High School. 3.
VORIS, PAMELA JO. College Prep. Choir 'l,2,3,4, Dramatics
Club 2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, Play
VORIS, SUSAN MAUREEN. College Prep. Library Staff I,
G.A.A. I,2, Intramural Sports I,2, Dramatics Club
2,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, JCOWA 4,
F.T.A. 4, Student Secretary 4.
Tim Thompson Debbie Travis
Kathy Trost Judy Usserman
Vickie Vandeveer Larry Van Tilburg
Pam Voris Sue Voris
Billie Sue Wagonroal Steve Watkins
Judy Williams Sherry Williams
Sue Williams Rick Wilson
Tom Wilson Judy Winninger
Rosemary West Steve Wiegman
WAGONROD, BILLIE SUZANNE, Business. Arts 84 Crafts 'I,
Intramural Sports I,2, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Art Honor
Society 3, F.B.W. 3,4, Gregg Awards 3, Science Club
3, Budget Collector 4, DECA 4-ReporterfHistorian.
WATKINS, STEVEN. College Prep. Choir 3,4, Gymnastics 3,
Play Casts 3,4, JCOWA 4, Boys' Clubs 4, Dramatics
Club 3,4, Thespians 4, Fairmont West High School,
Choir 2, Gymnastics 2, Play Casts 2, Dramatics Club
2, Spanish Club 2.
WEST, ROSEMARY LEE. Business. Choir I, F.H.A. 'I,2,
G.A.A. I, Intramural Sports I,2, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
Block "T" 2,3,4, Gregg Awards 3, F.B.W. 4, Office
WIEGMAN, JOHN STEVEN. College Prep. Arts and Crafts
I,2, Budget Collector I,2,3, Choir I, Baseball I,2,4,
Football I,2,4, Wrestling 'I, Stage Crew I,4, Intra-
mural Sports I,2,3, Gymnastics 2, Boys' Clubs 2,3,4,
Student Referee 2,3, Track 3, Varsity "T" 3,4.
WILLIAMS, JUDITH. College Prep. Arts ancl Crafts I,2,4,
Choir I,2,4, G.A.A. I,2, Intramural Sports I,2,3,
Girls' Clubs 2,4, Girls' Interscholastic Sports I,2,
Scholarship "T" 2, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Play Casts
2,3,4, Creative Writing 2, Junior Cabinet 3, Thespians
3,4, JCOWA 4, Concessions 4, Science Club 4.
WILLIAMS, SHERRY LEE. College Prep, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4,
Block "T" 2,3,4, John Glenn High School. Peperettes
I, Library Staff I, Class Officer I-Secretary, Y-Teens 2.
WILLIAMS, SUSAN ELAINE. College Prep. Student Council
I, Arts 8. Crafts 'I, Choir I,2, Band I,2,3,4, G.A.A.
I,2,3, Intramural Sports I,2,3, Scholarship "T" 2,3,
Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, JCOWA
3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4, Thespians 3,4, F.T.A, 3,4.
WILSON, RICHARD A. Business.
WILSON, THOMAS EDWARD. College Prep. Choir I, Foot-
ball I,2, Track 'I,2,3,4, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4,
Boys' Clubs 3-Treasurer, 4, Student Referee 3,4,
Varsity "T" 3,4, Wrestling 4.
WINNINGER, JUDITH JANE. College Prep. Choir I,2, Band
I, Intramural Sports I,2,3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3,4,
Thespians 2,3,4, Budget Collector 2,3, Program Seller
3, F.T.A, 3, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, F.N.A.
4, Spanish Club 4, Play Casts 3,4, Concessions 4,
Student Secretary 4.
Mike Wogoman Cheryl Wolfe Eddie Wolfe Dave Workman
WOGOMAN, MICHAEL, College Prep. DECA 4.
WOLFE, CHERYL LYNN. College Prep. Scholarship "T" I,2,3,
Library Staff I, Orchestra 'I,2, Choir I, G.A.A. 'I,2,3,
Intramural Sports 'I,2,3, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, F.N.A.
2,3,4, Girls' Clubs 2,3,4, Block "T" 2,3,4, National
Honor Society 3,47 Budget Collector 4.
WOLFE, MARION EDWARD. Industrial Arts. Football I,
Basketball I, Choir 3.
WORKMAN, DAVID EUGENE. College Prep. Library Staff
I, Choir 'I,2,3,4-Vice President, Band 'I,2,3, Projec-
Dgve Wray Mike Wrigln tionist's Club I, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, Play Casts
2,3,4, Thespians 3.4, Orchestra 3, Men's Matin
Chorale 3,4-President, Concessions 4, Pep Band 4.
WRAY, DAVID L. Industrial Arts. Choir 'Ip DCT 4.
WRIGHT, MICHAEL LEE, Industrial Arts. Choir 1, Budget
Collector 2,37 DCT 4.
YERIAN, BONNIE JEAN. Business. G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girls'
Interscholastic Sports 2,3,4, Office Worker 3.
EVANS, JOYCE. College Prep. Student Council 2,3,
Scholarship "T" 3, Program Seller 3, Choir I,2,3,
F.N.A. 2,37 Prom Server 2, G.A.A. 1,25 N.F.L, 3,
IDDINGS, TERRY LEE. Industrial Arts.
MILLER, ROBERT WILLIAM. Industrial Arts,
Mike Stephens and Joe Johnson are sworn into the service of
S TRW' HIE:-1 granny
Seniors work the concession stands to keep all the fans Auf'
happy and to earn money for the Annual. Merm and Harvey promote the Senior class play.
Wifh me help Of DOH GFOVGI DOUG HGH, Gnd Dennis I-0055, Fairborn's contestant is outdistanced by Rick Pyers for another
"Kermit" waits to fire at the touchdown. record run,
x ef, . 1
Senior b0Y5 WGTCIW CIS the bC1Sk9fb0H fecm fighfi T0 win The Silvia Kainuma receives a small token of the friendship and
Holiday Tournament. affection of the senior class from President Paul Gearhardt.
WARON W. KAEBNICK, M.D.
FORREST L. BLANKENSHIP, Attorney ot Low
RAMON B. PEREZ, M.D.
PAUL GINGRICH, Attorney ot Low
WARD E. SWINEHART, D.D.S,
B. H. SCRANTON, D.D.S.
WILLIAM ADKINS, M.D.
JOHN E. FULKER, Attorney ot Low
R. P. ULRICH, M.D.
ROBERT MILLER, Attorney ot Low
HARRY E. SHILLING, M.D.
A. ROBERT DAVIES, M.D.
RICHARD H. LeFEVRE, Attorney ot Low
Clearing 7'6" with ease is Steve Johnston.
Bob Oxley receives the salutatorian
award of 1967.
Senior artist Mike McConnell contem-
plates one of his many masterpieces.
Student Council honors teachers at a
Big winner at the annual Interact Easter
Egg Hunt - Tom Mercer!
STIFFLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Home of Famous Brands
924 North Market Phone: 335-1128
R. C. ROBINSON-HOUSER, INC
424 West Simpson Chrysler - Plymouth - Valiant
TROY, OHIO Sales - Service
120 E. Main Street
Qmplete GLASS Snake
DALLAS SOWRY 84 SON
All Types ot Plastering
and Complete Ceramic Tile
32 Years Experience Work Guaranteed
818 West Main St. Troy, Ohio
S.P.A.C.E. Party leads off their campaign rally th
Chivalry may be dead but school spirit still "hangs" on.
nomar w. Jnnsrr
IN S U R A N C
216 EAST FRANKLIN STREET' TROY OHIO
Sundacs DAIRY QUEEN Cones
Qiuarts PiI1tS , 1
520 North Elm St. Troy, Ohio
-i., JEANvs DRESS SHOP E H
Northeast Corner Public Square
xg A I .. u ' -- ..
. . F'
.5 ,w,m3m.,, ..., M- :mm
Troy, Ohio H w L I m'hA
- 4:1711-,Q ZX-fgf
S43 fa 1 ,ff
'wvhf g Iro
FOOD 'LINER INC. fi' I if
802 W Main Troy, Ohio 1" '
MIAMI CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
81 TRUST COMPANY
Serving the financial needs of
Milam! County through 0fflT.'6S
my wp gm in Piqua, Fletcher, Troy and Tipp City
100 WEST MAIN STREET, TROY, OHIO
Complete Borbering Service in This oreo
I404 WEST MAIN ST, TROY, OHIO
' TRN- P N E .
305 Eos! Main Street FE 5-5656 HO E F 5 2881
Troy Ohio it poys 'ro be Well Groomed
r-:sv-.-..-tug lisiqqpm. --go-:au-oooqquzoa' Y 44' ' l
A The Grables' A E5
mr A . M.-. ,.,. . I I I ,.,..-.-.,..,.,.- 3 , V .. A - ".,
0 -. A -ng 4 I, ,...,,ti -.,, ,
"- . , -lv 1 f- F f 1 ' -n -W 'JI'
. .Matin Q I' I ' ll Tits u'. .LIILI ' I" ' " ' V53 'LY' M 'A -1
' EPI- J r-'v A ' f"I',I' if--H ' IfT'm:!"'WI' 'fu V" 'l' I I ll' is l
,, '-1 , : Y , .
-1 """'--""""' 1 y . 11 - - ...
H' aufn- ,nm -'la Z fl? F Agua.-p,g'-ul' uu'u 'ugpi1 I
x ., av' - - 5 i il .5 I I I ie,
,,-,..............-- - - -- f ,,,-,,.,..,-fr W 'A - ,. ::,
THE GABLES RESTAURANT
"GOOD FOOD AT THE GABLES IS NO GAMBLEH
Old North Dixie Highway, Troy, Ohio Phone: FE. 2-9021
We specialize in STEAKS - CHICKEN - CHOPS
Quentin H. Millet
RR 3, Barnhart Rd. V
Telephone 3 3 5 - 3 5 2 1 General Contracting
. i 1 gg
A X A 2
.i..,, if .
lv 3 5 k
N QS '
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
113 East Main Street
Clothing for the Young Men
Formal Wear Rental
108 W. Main Street
Eff llfdfblldf Km
AND TRUST COMPANY
" YOUR PYIMILY BANK "
"For Those Who Think Young"
HUNT BEVERAGE COMPANY
. Rexall Drug Store
Ulu. T If
6- S o Telephone: 335-3714
6 West Main Street
MAYFLOWER NIAID CANDIES
11 East Main Street i
Home Made Candies
Q ' Troy, Ohio
ii "Curb your forked tongue, knave!" 0 Q
8 - Delivery Available -
More - Money LU Ni BER MA RT
f:1::Z.,.l.,..,. T .... , ,.:f.::1::: T00 FT. NORTH OF CLD RT. 25
'S ON UNION ST., TROY, OHIO
f lAA-4 NEXT TO MCGRAW CHEVROLET
B u I L D E R s' c E N 'r E R 3 3 5 - 8 3 01 l
A. o. SCOTT and sons i
902 AMELIA PL. Pu. asssass
Featuring Kentucky Fried Chicken
'I7 Norwich Drive Phone: 335-2837
Jeanne Lange and Steve Karnehm
172 BOB RUDY - REALTOR
"For Fast Serviceu
'o"""""'o 994 N. Market
' TEEPEE GIFTS A
6 East Main Street
"SERVICE SINCE l887"
The MCCONNELL Company
IZV2 W. Main St., Troy, O.fTeIephone: 335-7755
COX 8. SONS, Inc., MEN'S STORE
30 FOSS WAY Telephone: 335-7522
2lJ5 EAST FRANKLIN STREET - TRUY. EIHID
TELEPHDNE FEDERAL 5-5321
E eafdijfak - 15564
The Gummed Products Company
DIVISION OF St. Regis
Jewelry Photo Supply
I06 West Main Street v Q
f . ,-1.-.51
I W Y H I l I xagll
Candidates for city council ride down the aisle in ii, i
S.P. . . . arty rally. .I IQ,
M.8zR. DRUG STORES, INC.
Public Square -
'Sherwood Shopping Center
Pharmacists To Serve You
Free Delivery in Troy
THE FASHION SHOP
On the Square
Tro Oh' S
yi 10 2 " -
fl -i x .
F F- .. i .
HOTTLE DRY CLEANERS
john W. Hottie, Prop.
Northeast Corner Public Square
Don't laugh Mr. Conord . . . you're next!
., , . ...W Y.,-...,f-......,........, .,.,..,.,
ext-QQJK-. QM Y i D R U G S
.,.. ,,t. P
Lg I A Eg K lx. 'S -iin V 6 '
4 West Main Street
School Supplies Stationery
V, L' mov GRAIN and surnv
I I l Assocumon
15 . .lt
TROJAN INSURANCE AGENCY
1415 S. Market Street
Troy, Ohio V' BT
339 - 6666
First Quality lways
Gfeefing CC1FClS 105 Eost Moin St.
G 0 C 0 M U R P H Y 0 Mogczlnes 4 Troy, Ohio
l South Mflfkef A Phone 335-5256
Troy, ohio PM
joamze Mmm, Al l
R t v,
pemdm DRY CLEANING A J'
i I-R!PLEjICHECK 43j3mQ'N X
l Compliments of Bob Price
l YoBBY's BARBER sHoP
I By Appointment
t cm TRANSFER s. STORAGE -f'
N 7 9, Q x
Troy, Ohio D ' J, F'f X
Hong low . . . flying football ! ! !
TROJAN MOTOR INN
Kerr s Qffioe Supply
l Sz Equipment
J 1610 West Main Street
f Troy, Ohio
O F F I C E
4 S U P P L I E S I ie SOUTH MARKET STREET MILES JEWELRY STORE W
E:-Dlllilllgllllizflfll R E TROY, OHIO Diamonds - Watches -- Silverware
y SCHOO L PHONE: 335.5541 Fostoria Glassware
S U P P LI E S Troy, Ohio Phone FE 5-4906
"Northern Miami ValIey's Most' Complete
Sporting Goods Store"
TTT W. Main St. 335-3618 Troy, Ohio
D.E. students ot UhImon's.
'big FAYETTE SALON
2+ R .
9 Tm 28 South Walnut - Troy, Ohio
Phone FE 2-6466
Buy 'Em By the Sock
THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING T
81 SAVINGS ASSOCIATION T
210 W. Main Street
YW Hp T
SHERWOOD BOWLING CENTER
Family fun and Recreation
56 Foss Way Troy, ohio
QEJQIQQ CQQQQQ, Gmc.
SA L E S R E N TA L S
UHLMAN'S BROKERAGE SERVICE
'NTHEHEART OFTROY 12455 WEST MAIN STREET
176 T1'0Y,Ohi0 335-8331 PHONE FEQJQ68 Cl TROSCOHIO
2 NORTH RIDGE AVENUE TROY OHIO 45373
I 513 332 2165
TROY PATTERN WORKS
M Wood and Metal Patterns
l'-l. J. BOTHE 84 SON
Clolhiers - Tailors - Furnishers
fffi i Q .
XN Give Her
Q ' I I
Hi A LANE
I '-Z 'ii --. f I ll Il
:-J fix ME Sweetheart
I KWZJ., . - fl' CEDAR
C O M P A N Y
105 W. Main o Troy
Tom Shoeffer runs if back at Sidney game with Steve
Edgar H. Smith and Son, Inc.
'71 ' i 'l ei
wh o 'ig
n .: . X ' 1 .-D
MAKE ir A MEMORABLE occAs1oN
" qi .sf
' SEND FLOWERS
409 Kirk Lane Troy, Ohio
CURTIS TRUCKING, INC.
Dye Mill Rd. Troy, Ohio
J. C. CRON SONS FUNERAL HOME
322 W. Main Telephone: 335-6161
Me. K: i i i
fyfwwnzkey ja I
335-5915 223 EAs'r MAIN STREET TROY. O. j
OxIey's Drug Store
I4 S. Market Sf.
Troy, Ohio 339-3561
THE BROWN-BRIDGE MILLS
East Water Street
The Hoinart Manufacturing Company
World's oldest and largest manufacturer of Food Machines,
Dishwashers and Scales... KitchenAid quality appliances for the home.
I II.Gxn?Sunshade products
Furniture of Distinction for homes, clubs, hotels, motels, schools,
colleges, and institutions.. . metal and cloth specialties.
General Headquarters 0 Troy, Ohio
Are they really going to draft Sponky?
FISHER 8. SON FUNERAL HOME
334 S. Market Street
CHUCK DONALDSON - FORD
Soles - Service Where Customers Send Their Friends
220 South Market Street Troy, Ohio
AFTER GRADUATION HAVE A
"HOORAY WE MADE IT PARTY"
But really it isn't necessary to graduate to enjoy
Vic and Mom Pizza. After school, a big date, or
most anytime, nothing beats a pizza from
Cassano Pizza King.
soon LUCK CLASS '67
P I ZZ-AQ KI
Featuring the Old Italian recipes of Mom Donisi
SHERWOOD SHOPPING CENTER 332-5792
TROJAN ASPHALT, INC.
'..g 0 4 it
I Q .
T i',gq F
ll 9' A tells C 5 8
. Q 5
gl' ge if 0
615 E. Dakota Telephone: 335-8311
Mike McConnell stars in the annual Christmas play for
Ihe elementary schools.
Troy, Ohio 212 W. Main I 1D l
THE GREEN INSURANCE AGENCY T E'
Bill McGee Telephone: 332-7772 . Robert Swenson
ULLERY'S GARAGE 219 S. Mulberry
DAVID'S SHOE STORE
3 E. Main Troy, Ohio
CITY TRANSFER 8: STORAGE
X Z qu, Q ,
Troy, ohio 1 fl ' .- f".
Abdon, C. 50, 53,107.
Ackerman, C. 136.
B. 49, 115.
I. 31, 33, 34, 35, 42, 44,
Adkins, D. 107.
Adkins, C. 107.
Adkins, G. 107.
I. 35, 67, 76, 136.
L. 34, 122.
Adkins, S. 44, 47, 54, 122.
Albright, D. 35, 39, 46, 62, 115.
Albright, M. 35, 39, 50, 122.
Allen, B. 115.
Allen, C. 34, 44, 48, 49, 122.
Allen, L. 49, 64,107.
Allen T. 86, 122.
Alexander, D. 115.
Alspaugh, G. 53, 107.
Anderson, A. 53, 107.
Anderson, I. 115.
Anderson, R. 107.
Anderson, W. 136.
Andrews, B. 35.
Archie, D. 101, 136.
Armstrong, C. 35, 44, 136.
Armstrong, P. 50, 122,
D. 48, 122.
M. 48, 49, 107.
B. 34, 35, 39, 44, 64,122
M. 35, 40, 46, 48, 50, 60
I. 50, 55, 86, 122.
I. 40 136.
Artz, I. 136.
Ashman, R. 107.
Auckerman, W. 39, 53, 76, 122.
Avey, D. 33, 34, 54, 122.
Avey, I. 31, 34, 35, 39, 44, 46,
54 6 76 122
4, , .
Avey, P. 115.
Avey, W. 92, 122
Babbitt, B. 92, 115.
Bader, I. 115.
Bader, M. 48, 49,107.
Bailen, H. 34, 35, 39, 49, 64,
Bailey, L. 122
Bailey, T. 50, 76. 137.
Baird, H. 122.
Baker, B. 107.
Baker, C. 33,43,122.
Baker, C. 101, 107.
Baker, C. 115.
Baker, D. 112.
Baker, D. 33, 49, 107.
Baker, I. 83, 137.
Baker, I. 33, 115,
Baker, L. 34, 35, 39, 46, 54, 67,
Baker. P. 122.
Ball, I. 30, 35, 36, 39, 40, 46,
Bannister, P. 48, 115.
Bannister, P. 107.
Bannister, P. 35, 39, 46, 50, 67,
Barker, D. 122.
Barnes, C. 107
Bartee, M. 35, 115.
Barton, C. 115.
Bartz, T. 107.
Bascombe, C. 115.
Bashore, H. 112
Bashore, M. 86, 112.
Bassett, K. 50, 53, 54, 137.
Bath, B. 107.
Battle, S. 107.
Battle, T. 107.
Battson, M. 31, 33, 41, 44, 45,
Beams, R. 32, 35, 41, 42, 45, 46
Beaver, B. 115.
Beck, D. 35, 39, 50,122.
Beck, D. 48, 50,122.
Beck, M. 30, 37, 39, 45, 46, 64,
76, 80, 137.
Beck, R. 39, 40,50,80,137.
Beck, S. 40, 45, 50, 92,137.
Becker, C. 47, 115.
Beckstedt, D. 122
Bell, S. 42, 45, 138.
Benning, L. 34, 41, 44, 47, 122.
Benning, R. 44, 47, 48, 49, 90,
Berchtold, K. 115.
Berkoben, S. 107.
Berkshire, D. 48, 107.
Berkshire, K. 49, 115.
Berry, A. 122.
Berry, W. 43, 122.
Bevington, D. 33, 34, 41, 122.
Bevington, K. 107.
Bey, I. 41,44,10l,102,122.
Bey, R. 90, 96,100,107.
Binkley, W. 115.
Bird, I. 107.
Birtcrl, B. 43, 138.
Black, I. 35, 36, 37, 41, 44, 54,
64, 67, 138.
Blackmore, S. 115.
Blackmore, S. 49, 96, 107.
Blair, R. 30, 40, 42, 45, 90,138
Blake, C. 122.
Blankenship, W. 32, 45, 47, 50,
Blechinger, D. 107
Blizman, R. 90, 107.
Blue, M. 32, 33, 44, 54, 122.
Boak, D. 50, 122.
Bodiker, D. 49, 115.
Bodiker, V. 138.
Boise, R. 115.
Boller, B. 31, 50, 53, 80,138.
Bomhard, K. 90, 96, 107.
Booher, I. 41, 47, 122.
Bourque, B. 48, 107.
Bowman, R. 45,138.
Boyer, M. 33, 35, 43, 48, 54,
Boyer, M. 35, 44, 45,138.
Brading, R. 107.
Bradley, H. 122.
Bradley, M. 112
Brandenburg, R. 115.
Braun, I. 34, 47, 115.
Braun, I. 115.
Braun, N. 138.
Braun, S. 47, 115.
Bravo, S. 107.
Breeze, R. 98, 122.
Bretland, A. 115.
Bretland, R. 115.
Bretland, S. 34, 37, 48, 50, 138
Breuer, L. 115.
Brooks, W. 90, 100, 107.
Brown, B. 51, 53, 64,107.
Brown, D. 55, 122.
Brown, K. 122.
Brown, L. 34, 41, 122.
Brown, M. 32, 34, 35, 44, 46,
Brown, R. 122.
Brown, S. 32, 33, 34, 41,122.
Browning, A. 49, 107.
Browning, C. 139.
Browning, C. 122.
Browning, C. 107.
Browning, D. 107.
Browning, D. 115.
Browning, S. 115.
Brundrette, K. 35, 48, 115.
Bruner, I. 34, 123.
Buchanan, D. 90, 98, 107.
Buckalew, M. 30, 40, 45, 50,
55, 66, 88, 96, 139.
Buckles, D. 115.
Buckles, K. 49, 107.
Buckman, C. 123.
Buckman, K. 107.
Buckman, M. 103, 115.
Buirley, P. 35, 115.
Bunn, M. 43, 139.
Burk, C. 39, 41, 44, 45, 54,76
Burkholder, R. 139.
Burns, M. 80, 139.
Burns, R. 32, 47,90,123.
Burns, W. 107.
Burnside, B. 115.
Burton, L. 115.
Burton, R. 107.
Butler, D. 30, 35, 36, 37, 39,
40, 46, 50, 62, 64, 95, 97,
Butler, K. 32, 34, 39, 44, 46,
Butt, R. 39, 62, 64, 76, 98, 123
Cain, R. 107.
Caldwell, E. 30, 40, 50, 55, 59
Caldwell, M. 34, 48, 49, 115.
Call, I. 32, 35, 53,103,1l5.
Callahan, D. 107.
Campbell, I. 107.
Campbell, V. 115.
Cannoles, I. 35, 49, 115.
Canter, I. 43, 139.
Caplinger, W. 44, 123.
. 44, 45, 46, 50,123
Carey, K. 107.
Carey, P. 30, 35, 39, 46, 50, 62
76, 92, 123.
Carr, M. 32, 102, 115.
Carroll, G. 139.
Carroll, I. 55, 86, 123.
Carstensen, D. 30, 48, 92, 123.
Carver, L. 123.
Cary, I. 31, 32, 34, 36, 39, 46,
Caserta, T. 107.
Cassell, S. 32, 34, 39, 41, 44,
46, 76, 123.
Casey, C. 115.
Casey, N. 112.
Cawley, I. 140.
Cawley, S. 115.
Ceyler, N. 50, 53, 140.
Chaney, B. 107.
Chaney, G. 30, 31, 40, 42, 55,
64, 76, 86, 98, 123.
Chaney, S. 32, 35, 39, 44, 50,
52, 76, 123.
Chaney, T. 49, 107.
Cheadle, I. 115.
Cheney, T. 98, 107.
Chenowith, S. 50, 123.
Chipley, B. 32, 34, 35, 37, 44,
47, 48, 49, 115.
Chipley, P. 34, 41, 47, 50, 80,
Chronaberry, M. 107.
Church, D. 115.
Church, M. 50, 51, 53, 55,123.
Church, L. 115.
Clark, M. 115.
Clark, R. 115.
Class, T. 41, 123.
Clawson, D. 89, 115.
Clouse , I.
. 53, 107.
C. 32, 35, 50, 51,53
90, 100, 107.
Cochran, M. 35, 49, 62, 115.
Coffey, K. 102, .
Cole, L. 55, 64,90,123.
Colello, G. 32, 49, 96, 115.
Coleman, R. 49, 115.
Coleman, T. 86, 123.
Collett, N. 115.
Collett, S. 33, 140.
30, 86, 98,101,123
Conley, A. 140.
Conway, I. 35, 39, 44, 48, 50,
Cooper, L. 115.
Copp, K. 32, 34, 35,115.
Cornelisse, D. 40, 55, 66, 76,
Couch, C. 30, 49, 86, 116.
Counts, L. 45, 48, 80, 140.
Counts, R. 48, 107.
Covey, V. 47, 123.
Cox, I. 107.
Coy, P. 107.
Cram, C. 49, 107.
Cremeans, L. 116.
Cremeans, V. 31, 123.
Cress, I. 32, 40, 50, 123.
Cress, L. 49, 102,116.
Cress, T. 123.
Cromes, B. 53, 140.
Cromes, R. 49, 107.
Croner, B. 30, 34, 37, 41, 46,
Cross, S. 32, 33, 34, 44, 123.
Cruea, P. 43, 80, 141.
Cruea, I. 107.
Cruea, V. 32,102,116.
Cummins, M. 116.
Current, S. 80, 141.
Currier, I. 116.
Curtis, B. 141.
Curtis, D. 141.
Cusac, M. 100, 107.
Custer, B. 34, 43, 47,123.
Dannin, B. 107.
Dannin, E. 30, 39, 48,116.
Daughtery, D. 107.
Davis, D. 40, 50, 86, 141.
Davis, I. 112.
Davis, I. 30, 49, 50, 92, l41.
Davis, I. 92, 107.
Davis, L. 116.
Davy, D. 107.
Deeter, D. 49, 86, 96, 116.
DeGrand, B. 30, 37, 54, 76, 80,
DeGrand, D. 46, 49, 54, 123.
DeHart, S. 47, 95, 116.
DeLong, S. ll6.
DeLong, S. 32, 34, 41, 42, 45,
46, 47, 50, 141.
DeMar, M. 34, 42, 46, 66, 141.
Dempsey, D. 116.
Denlinger, L. 32, 48, 107.
Denoyer, B. 32, 34, 49, 102, 116
Denoyer, G. 32, 41, 44, 47, 123.
Denson, B. 107.
Detrick, C. ll6.
Detrick, W. 142.
Dickensheets, B. 100, 107.
Dickensheets, D. 100, 107.
Dildine, E. 32, 34, 41, 44, 54,
Dillow, B. 108.
Dillovv, L. 142.
Dilworth, I. 108.
Dilworth, M. 92, 116.
Dilworth, T. 123.
Dixon, B. 40, 123.
Dixon, C. 44, 49,108.
Dixon, G. 32, 35, 49, 95, 97,
Dixon, G. 30, 37, 40, 55, 62,
67, 97, 98, 142.
Dixon, I. 41, 108.
Dohm, D. 123.
Doll, B. 90, 96,108.
Doll, C. 35, 39, 40, 42, 45, 46,
50, 62, 64, 123.
Doll, E. 112.
Doll, M. 112.
Doll, S. 33, 34, 43, 48, 55, 123.
Donahue, I. 108.
Donkelaar, K. 108.
Donkelaar, L. 32, 34, 36, 49, 101
102, 103, ll6.
Donley, D. 30, 50, 41, 53, 55,
63, 64, 142.
Donley, D. 34, 116.
Dorsey, C. 53, 108.
Doyle, M. 31, 40, 42, 47, 86, 90,
Drieling, C. 32, 35, 50, 51, 53,
62, 64, l16.
Dubbs, M. 33, 41, 142.
Dudley, A. 32, 41, 42, 45, 54,
Duff, K. 102, 116.
Dungan, S. 108.
Dunlavey, B. 43, 123.
Dunnam, T. 45,49,116.
Dye, P. 49,108.
Earnhart, 8.31, 35, 50, 55, 86,
Eastman, B. 90, 98, 116.
Eberly, E. 30, 32, ll6.
Eberwein, B. 35, 39, 41, 45, 46,
54, 82, 142.
Eckl, A. 49, 108.
Edington, E. 32, 50, 92, 98, 123.
Edington, G. 30, 37, 92, 142.
Eernisse, G. 54, 142.
Eernisse, I. 108.
Eggers, C. 142.
Eichler, L. 41, 45, 48, 143.
Elam, N. 50, 108.
Elam, R. 116.
Elam, V. 44, 53, 108.
Elifritz, I. 43, 143.
Elifritz, I. 34, 35, 39, 41, 48, 63
Elifritz, I. 41, 53, 102, 123.
Elifritz, M. 48, 108.
Elifritz, S. 108.
Elifritz, S. 50, 55, 123.
Ellingson, L. 35, 116.
Elliot, B. 43, 124.
Elliott, G. 49, ll6.
Elliott, M. 30, 86, 98, 124.
Elliott, M. 108.
Emmel, B. 80, 143.
Emmel, G. 124.
Emerick, D. 108.
Emerick, E. 108.
Epperson, D. 30, 35, 86, 90,
35, 59, 60, 67,147
Epperson, K. 116.
Erwin, L. 45, 80, 143.
Esmont, E. 80, 86, 143.
Evans, K. 108.
Everett, G. 43, 124.
Evilsizor, G. 30, 36, 40, 50, 67
80, 86, 88, 96, 143.
Fagan, T. 32, 37, 45, 48, 67,
Fannin, M. 48, 92, 124.
Farley, D. 44, 101, 116.
Farmer, I. 92, 108.
Farmer, T. 44, 45, 46, 144.
Faulder, D. 31, 34, 41, 42, 45,
46, 47, 144.
Faust, H. 30, 48, 51, 64, 108.
Favorite, S. 108.
Favorite, T. 86, 101, 144.
Feeley, D. 96, 116.
Fellers, C. 144.
Felver, V. 32,'4l, 44, 47, 76,
Ferguson, S. 32, 34, 35, 39,
41, 44, 46, 54, 64, 124.
Fessler, W. 46, 52,,617, 144.
Fields, L. 88, 100, 108.
Fields, W. 116.
Filbrun, C. 43, 144.
Fine, A. 116.
Fine, B. 53, 108.
Fine, R. 32, 50, 108.
Finley, C. 116.
Finnigan, C. 49, 100, 108.
Fisher, C. 108.
Fisher, D. 112.
Fitch, D. 144.
Flora, E. 76,124.
Flory, B. 32, 35, 50, 51, 53, 64
101,102, 103, 116.
Flory, I. 51, 53, 108.
Flory, M. 144.
Flory, N. 43, 124.
Fobian, P. 30, 45, 50, 98, 144.
Force, C. 50, 102, 108.
Force, D. 116.
Fouts, S. 50, 53, 116.
Fox, C. 108.
Fox, M. 144.
Foy, I. 32, 116.
Francis, G. 80, 86, 145.
Francis, M. 41, 42, 45, 145.
Francis, R. 108.
Frank, B. 48, 124.
Frantom, B. 32, 41, 44,101,124
Frazier, D. 112.
Frazier, I. 88, 145.
Frazier, S. 49, 108.
Free, M. 108.
Freeman, V. 116.
Freiburger, A. 34, 37, 39, 67,
Frey, B. 92, 108.
Frost, M. 39, 41, 43, 48, 124.
Fudge, K. 108.
Fulcher, V. 32, 49, 116.
Furrow , M .
Fyfe, L. 108.
Galbreath, C. 32, 34, 35, 39,
41, 44, 46, 54,124.
Galbreath, D. 44, 90, 108.
Gallagher, L. 101, 116.
Gamblee, S. 30, 40, 44, 50, 92,
Garman, K. 116.
Garrett, R. 86, 90, 116.
Garwood, K. 145.
Gass, D. 53, 108.
Gates, C. 108.
Gearhardt, F. 108.
Gearhardt, P. 30, 36, 40, 42,
55, 59, 64, 80, 86, 90,145.
Gearhart, K. 116.
Gearhart, R. 50, 108.
Gearhart, S. 43, 145.
Gearhart, V. 102, 103, 116.
Gerken, A. 101, 116.
Gerken, D. 124.
Gesell, G. 44, 90, 108.
Gheen, D. 108.
Gheen, K. 49, 108.
Gibboney, R. 108.
Gibboney, R. 50, 51, 53, 55, 145
Gibboney, R. 53, 108.
Gibson, I. 33, 145.
Gilbert, S. 53, 124.
Gilpin, C. 34, 116.
Gilpin, D. 50, 108.
Gingrich, D. 55, 64, 86, 90,
Gladman, F. 124.
Glazier, S. 40, 124.
Glunt, D. 49, 108.
Golowin, L. 32, 34, 50, 102,
Goodin, P. 49, 108.
Gormley, S. 35, 45, 46, 48, 50,
60, 66, 145.
Gorrell, B. 102, 108.
Gorrell, S. 34, 39, 46, 54, 124.
Grant, R. 30, 32, 35, 40, 46, 47,
Gray, I. 49, 108.
Gray, L. 32, 34,102,116.
Gray, M. 30, 37, 46, 76, 86,
Green, C. 32, 34, 39, 41, 44, 46
48, 62, 76,124.
Green, C. 49, 108.
Greer, M. 108.
Greer, P. 112.
Grenko, D. 116.
Gretzinger, I. 37, 62, 98, 146.
Gretzinger, N. 49, 108.
Greulich, A. 124.
Greulich, V. 108.
Greulich, W. 44, 124.
Griffieth, D. 124.
Griffieth, I. 50, 51, 53, 146.
Griffieth, R. 96, 100, 108.
Griffis, L. 108.
Griffis, M. 116.
Grilliot, M. 45, 146.
Grilliot, M. 124.
Grilliot, M. 116.
Gri11iotM. 49, 98,110,108.
Griner, K. 32, 34, 35, 36, 116.
Gritzmaker, L. 33, 41, 46, 48,
Gritzmaker, M. 48, 50, 108.
Gross, B. 49,102,108.
Gross , C.
Gross, D. 108.
Gross, K. 76, 86,124.
Grove, B. 34, 44, 47, 49,116.
Grove, D. 30, 36, 37, 40, 42, 66
96 7 146
Grove, I. 53, 108.
Grubbs, C. 32, 34, 36, 39, 41,
44, 46, 76, 103,124.
Grump, G. 116.
Gurklies, B. 32, 34, 47, 48, 49,
Gurklies , D. 108 .
Guss, K. 48,
Gwin, N. 98,101,116.
Gwinn, L. 44, 108.
Hale, Z. 32, 55, 62, 64, 76,124
Hall, D. 30, 36, 40, 42, 60, 88,
Hall, H. 32, 34, 35, 39, 44, 47,
Hall, I. 30, 86, 89, 98,116.
Hall, R. ,
Hall, R. 50, 53, 124.
Hanger, I. 124.
Hanger, I. 53, 108.
Hanna, P. 45, 50,124.
Hanner, G. 53, 96, 100, 108.
I 30 40 4
Hansen , .
, , 5, 50, 66,
Hansen, K. 34, 35, 47,49,116.
Harbor, H. 45, 86,89, 117.
Hardesty, S. 33, 43, 124.
Hare, R. 124.
Hare. T. 117.
Harger, P. 35, 117.
Harnish, T. 33, 34, 41, 124.
Hart, M. 108.
Hart, R. 30,
Hartley, T. 35, 36, 40, 62, 90,
Hartman, B. 32, 34, 35, 49, 64,
Hartman, S. 36, 49,102,103,
Harvey, L. 117.
Hathaway, R. 43, 48, 146.
Hawk, A. 35, 41, 53,124.
Hawkins, D. 32, 35, 49,102,
Hawkins, E. 36, 38, 53, 108.
Hawkins, K. 108.
Headapohl, I. 36, 49, 88, 98,
Heffelfinger, B. 31, 94, 147.
Heffelfinger, D. 147.
Heffelfinger, L. 34, 117.
Heitzman , A .
Henderson, I. 34, 49, 117.
Henne, M. 35, 39, 46, 62, 64,
Henne, P. 48, 50,147.
Henne, W. 98, 1.09.
Herrick, R. 90, 125.
Herrmann, G. 117.
Herrmann, I. 109
Hershey, C. 33, 35, 42, 43,125.
Hershey, I. 51, 54, 109.
Hershey, R. 125.
Heslep, R. 37, 76, 147.
Hess, S. 147.
Hewitt, E. 49, 64, 117.
Hewitt, I. 109.
Hewitt, S. 31,147.
Hibbard, I. 109.
Hickman, S. 32, 34, 37, 39, 45,
46, 63, 67, 76, 80, 101, 103,
Hicks, L. 109.
Higgins, I. 117.
Higgins, I. 117.
Higgins, M. 125.
Hile, D. 35, 42, 125.
Hill, N. 109.
Hill, T. 45, 53, 117.
Hillman, G. 117.
Hillman, T. 30, 37, 40, 42, 45,
47, 50, 80, 147.
Hines, A. 34, 37, 46, 80,147.
Hines, I. 33, 34, 41, 44, 125.
Hines, I. 53, 109.
Hinkle, C. 50, 148.
Hoagland, I. 109.
Hoak, D. 32, 35, 39, 62, 64,117
Hobbs, M. 34, 44, 50,117.
Hobbs, S. 48, 109.
Hobson, I. 45, 49, 117.
Hoefler, B. 30, 40, 50, 86, 90,
Hoff, S. 55, 125.
Hogan, C. 33, 34, 41, 44, 80,
Hoke, G. 49, 109.
Holcomb, L. 34, 39, 55, 59, 60,
63, 64, 101, 103, 148.
Holm, G. 40, 45, 67,148.
Honeyman, C. 117.
Hooley, C. 34, 41, 45, 46,148.
Hoover, R. 117.
Hormell, C. 53, 90, 125.
Houck, I. 34, 35, 39, 44, 45,
63, 67, 76, 101, 148.
Houser, M. 125.
Huffman, L. 125.
Hufford, M. 53, 109.
Hughes, H. 43,148.
Hunt, S. 53, 109.
Hutchinson, D. 31, 41, 44, 47,
Hutchinson, I. 109.
Hypes, I. 148.
Iddings, D. 36, 40, 41, 50, 109.
Iddings, D. 40, 48, 49, 117.
Iddings, T. 164.
1ngels,I. 50, 148.
Ingels, M. 33, 117.
Ingle, I. 30, 117.
Ingle, P. 33, 44,109.
Inman, D. 117.
Irvin, G. 109.
Irwin, R. 48,125.
Isaacs, R. 109.
Ishmael, T. 34, 48, 53, 148.
Iackson, L. 32, 34, 35, 46,117.
Iacobs, B. 125.
Iacobs,' S. 53, 117.
Ienkins, S. 38, 53, , 5.
Iensen, I. 34, 35, 36, 37, 41
44, 55, 59, 60, 66,101,103,
Iohnson, F. 117.
Iohnson, I. 100, 109,
Iohnson, I. 50, 149.
Iohnson, P. 1.17.
Iohnson, R. 64, 86, 89, 117.
Iohnson, T. 30, 31, 40, 50, 55,
64, 76, 86, 96,125.
Iohnson, W. 49, 98, 117.
Iohnston, C. 34, 35, 46, 49, 62,
Iohnston, I. 86, 96, 117.
Iohnston, I. 125.
Iohnston, S. 30, 45, 46, 59, 60,
Iones, C. 35, 51, 46, 50, 94
Iones, I. 149.
Iones, I. 125.
Iones, L. 35, 36, 41, 46, 59, 60,
, 94, 149.
Iones L. 109.
Iones, M. 30, 36, 39, 49, 9
Iones, M. 98, 117.
Iones, S. 34, 35, 47, 49, 54
Iones, T. 125.
Ionkers, H. 125.
Iordan, P. 31, 33, 45,149.
Iordan, M. 90,117.
Kainuma, S. 34, 36, 41, 46, 54,
82, 83, 149.
Kalmar, D. 117.
Karnehm, I. 34, 35, 39, 44,117.
Kavalauskas, P. 31, 32, 34, 35,
39, 41, 47, 54, 67,149.
Kavalauskas, T. 31, 32, 34, 35,
37, 39, 47,54,149.
Keehan, C. 125.
Kemper, I. 32, 36, 49, 109.
Kendall, K. 53, 109.
Kendall, T. 49, 109.
Kendall, T. 49, 95, 117.
Kendall, T. 109.
Kentner, B. 76, 98, 125.
Kerns, E. 109.
Kerns, R. 47, 149.
Kerns, S. 10.9.
Kerrigan, L. 33, 46, 125.
Kerrigan, M. 96, 117.
Kerr, M. 51, 109.
Kessler, G. 33, 41, 52, 150.
Kessler, I. 36, 45, 49, 95, 117.
Kiefer, R. 125.
Kindell, K. 109.
Kindell, R. 117.
King, C. 34, 47, 125.
King, K. 109.
King, L. 103, 150.
King, V. 33, 102, 117.
Kinnison, I. 109.
Kinnison, R. 112.
Kirby, K. 32, 34, 49, 64, 117.
Kirtley, T. 45, 88, 101, 117.
Kister, C. 30, 49, 96, 97, 117.
Knick, L. 33,44,109.
Knife, P. 125.
Knife, P. 39, 125.
Kniffin, M. 30, 48, 92, 125.
Knoderer, G. 49, 98, 109.
Konkol, P. 30, 45, 47, 50, 150.
Konkol, S. 34, 117.
Kozul, I. 34, 117.
Kozul, T. 150.
Kramer, I. 34, 37, 39, 67,101,
Kramer, P. 32, 34, 47, 54, 102,
Kramer, P. 32, 47, 117.
Kreitzer, K. 32, 35, 44, 47, 62,
Kriete, F. 43, 45, 47, 80, 150.
Kriete, I. 117.
Krinn, G. 50, 51, 53,125.
Laabs, D. 30, 37, 40, 66, 76, 96
Ladd, C. 34, 41,125.
LaFong, C. 34, 37, 46, 80,150.
Lalfong, D. 47, 125.
LaFong, P. 34, 117.
Lammers, M. 34, 46, 66, 150.
Landrey, D. 151.
Lane, R. 30, 51, 53, 151.
Langford, D. 53, 109.
Langford, L. 33, 34, 41, 125.
Lantz, D. 117.
Larck, G. 117.
Larck, S. 109.
Lathrop, B. 32, 34, 35,49,117.
Lathrop, D. 38, 53, 109.
Lauber, C. 112.
Laughman, A. 33, 41, 151.
Laughman, M. 109.
Laughman, S. 101, 117.
LaVelle, K. 98, 117.
Lawrence, C. 34, 49, 117.
Leas, I. 50, 51, 53, 151.
Leas, I. 53, 109.
Leasure, L. 33, 43, 44, 48, 54,
Legris, I. 34, 49, 44, 62, 125.
Legris, I. 31, 40,125.
Lennox, C. 37, 50, 53, 80,151.
Leveck, D. 49, 109.
Lewis, B. 48.
Lewis, B. 34, 44, 45, 47, 55,
Lewis, E. 45, 125.
Lewis, E. 151.
Lewis, G. 125.
Levxis, G. 117.
Lewis, I. 32,102,1l7.
Lewis, V. 41, 50, 53, 109.
Lightner, G. 50, 51, 53, 125.
Lightner, I. 53, 96, 109.
C. 32, 117.
Long, D. 117.
Long, I. 125.
Long, I. 43, 4
Long, P. 49, 117.
Long,V 49 109
Longendelpher, C. 43, 126.
Longendelpher, D. 43, 48, 126.
Longendelpher, G. 34, 35, 41, 44
46, 50, 126.
Loop, R. 109.
Lorton, C. 33, 34, 151.
Loschiavo, P. 49, 109.
Love, D. 53, 126.
Lowry, D. 43, 126.
Lucas, D. 35, 151.
Lucas, D. 43, 152.
Lucas, L. 112.
Lucas, L. 126.
Ludwig, S. 34, 44, 47, 76, 101,
Lusk, I. 109.
Lutz, C. 43, 152.
Lutz, L. 33, 34, 118.
Lutz, M. 32, 34, 41, 45, 46, 80,
Lynch, P. 34, 47, 118.
McAtee, C. 42, 54, 55,126.
McAtee, I. 32, 34, 35, 39,118.
McCabe, D. 50, 51, 53, 62,118.
McCaffrey, I. 34, 35, 41, 42, 45
46, 66, 152.
McConnell, H. 34, 54, 62, 126.
McConnell, V. 43, 152.
McConnell, K. 34, 66, 152.
McConnell, M. 30, 35, 39, 40,
42, 46, 50, 95, 152.
McCormack, D. 86, 96, 118.
McCormack, M. 35, 50, 51, 53,
55, 62, 65, 64,152.
McCoy, R. 45, 126.
McCulty, I. 109.
McCulty, R. 118.
McDaniel, D. 152.
McDaniel, I. 33, 34, 43, 48, 55,
McDaniel, R. 44, 101, 118.
McDonald, P. 49, 109.
McEowen, S. 109.
McFarland, C. 126.
McFarland, G. 152.
McGee, B. 34, 35, 39, 49, 64,
McGraw, K. 34, 35, 39, 47, 49,
McKenna, K. 153.
McKenna, M. 118.
McKim, G. 118.
McKinney, S. 50, 109.
McLuke, L. 48, 80, 153.
McMullen, C. 32, 35, 41, 46, 59,
60, 63, 66, 80, 94, 101,103,
McMullen, P. 88, 98, 100, 109.
McMullen, R. 118.
McMurray, I. 32, 33, 34, 35, 44,
McNeal, I. 118.
McNeal, P. 118.
Mackling, S. 109.
Macy, C. 34, 48, 49, 118.
Macy, I. 86, 89,118.
Macy, S. 33, 153.
Mader, D. 109.
Mader, S. 126.
Manson, A. 32, 34, 39, 62,103,
Manson, K. 86, 126.
Manson, I. 109.
Manson, M. 49,109.
Marker, G. 64, 126.
Markley, M. 34,118.
Marinello, M. 49, 64, 109.
Marlow, M. 109.
Marlow, S. 32, 33, 34, 41, 44, 126
Marr, K. 126.
Martin, D. 100, 109.
Martin, D. 32,118.
Martin, I. 33, 34, 41, 46, 153.
Martin, K. 33, 126.
M. 34, 39, 44,126.
Mason, T. 49, 109.
Massie, T. 30, 86, 89, 96, 118.
Massingill, D. 118.
Mathes, B. 54,64,101,153.
Mathews, K. 109.
Matthews, B. 90, 96, 100, 109.
Matthews, M. 118.
Matthews, R. 153.
May, B. 118.
May, C. 86, 89,118.
May, D. 30, 45, 54,126.
May, D. 89, 96, 118.
May T. 126.
Mayer, R. 32, 34, 35, 47, 49,
Medley, R. 35, 37, 39, 45, 55,
62, 63, 64, 67, 98,153.
Meeker, D. 30, 36, 37, 40, 59,
Meeker, G. 32, 39, 45, 47, 95,
Meiring, D. 109.
Melvin, P. 33, 44, 45, 50, 54,
Melvin, V. 34, 118.
Mencsik, I. 30, 42, 45, 47, 50,
Mercer, T. 30, 36, 40, 66, 88, 98,
Meredith, A. 109.
Meredith, M. 34, 47,118.
Mertz, M. 35, 154.
Mertz, R. 118.
Metcalf, N. 49, 118.
Metz, M. 154.
Meyers, N. 49, 109.
Michael, A. 49, 109.
Mikels, I. 41,118.
Mikels, K. 154.
Miller, B. 109.
Miller, C. 154.
Miller, C. 31, 46, 47, 126.
Miller, D. 118.
Miller, D. 53, 109.
Miller, P. 32, 51, 53, 118
Miller, G. 118.
Miller, I. 54, 154.
Miller, M. 109.
Miller, M. 49,118.
Miller, N. 48, 118.
Miller, P. 109.
Miller, R. 126.
Miller, R. 164.
Miller, S. 53, 102, 109
Miller, V. 118.
Milligan, W. 45, 96, 109
Mitchell, R. 39, 50, 64
Moffitt, M. 32, 41, 44,4
76, 101, 126.
Moist, G. 55, 154.
Moler, M. 34, 44, 126.
Moore, C. 118.
Moore, C. 118.
Moore, D. 43, 154.
Moore, S. 155.
Moore, T. 49, 53, 62, 6 8
Moore, T. 109.
Moran, M. 35, 37, 39, 41 42
45, 46, 155.
Moran, P. 118.
Moreland, I. 126.
Morgan, F. 126.
Morgan G. 110.
Morgan, N. 110.
Morrison, D. 126.
Morrow D. 43, 155.
Morrow, G. 31, 32, 34,
Morse,,C. 38, 53,118.
Morton, T. 98, 110.
Moton, B. 110.
Moton, S. 112.
Mott, D. 49, 110.
Mott, I. 118.
Mott, R. 35, 37, 39, 41, 42, 44
46, 54, 67, 80, 155.
Motter, A. 34, 155.
Moyer, I. 89, 98,118.
Moyer, I. 98,100,l10.
Mumford, K. 53, 126.
Mumma, D. 90, 110.
Murphy, N. 126.
Murray, K. 32, 34, 35,53,l1
Murray, T. 30, 40, 42, 45, 5
Myers, B. 30, 49, 86, 90,118
Myers, D. 30, 32,110.
Naughton, D. 34, 37, 41, 42 46
47, 48, 63,66,155.
Neal, P. 35, 39, 50, 124.
Newman, C. 30, 40, 50, 86, 155
Newman, R. 32, 118.
Nickalaus, M. 110.
Nickel, R. 155.
Nicklaus, H. 76, 126.
Niday, G. 118.
Niles, V. 32, 52, 102, 118.
Norris, S. 102, 110.
Null, K. 53, 110.
O'Connor, C. 34, 126.
O'Keefe, D. 49, 118.
Olden, K. 88, 101, 118.
O'Neal, R. 110
Orsborn, E. 39, 53, 110.
Osgood, L. 110.
Overholser, B. 41, 66, 155.
Overholser, B. 34, 49, 64, 118.
Owen, D. 51, 53, 155.
Owens, K. 110.
Oxley, K. 44, 48, 110.
Oxley, R. 30, 35, 36, 37, 39,
40, 45, 50, 55, 62, 67, 76,
83, 95, 156.
Painter, I. 156.
Painter, P. 110.
Palmer, D. 126.
Parker, P. 54, 126.
Parris, R. 92, 110.
Partin, B. 110.
Pask, D. 43, 156.
Pautsch, L. 110.
Pearcy, G. 156.
Pearcy, E. 118.
Pearson, G. 49, 118.
Pearson, M. 53,110.
Peirson, S. 33,118.
Peirson, V. 118.
Peltier, K.' 118.
Pennington, B. 118.
Peterka, S. 110.
Peters, K. 48, 62, 126.
Peters, R. 126.
Peters, S. 118.
Pettit, S. 118.
Pfister, D. 110.
Phelps, D. 30, 96, 97, 126.
Phelps, N. 33,110.
Phifer, I. 89,100, 101, 110.
Pierce, I. 30, 35, 49, 64, 86,90
Pierce, T. 98, 127.
Pike, B. 33, 118.
Pittenger, R. 98, 110.
Pittinger, R. 48, 110.
Pittenger, S. 43, 156.
Plantz, N. 34, 50, 118.
Poland, B. 35, 53, 118.
Poock, T. 127.
Potter, P. 90, 98,100,1l0.
Potter, W. 112.
Pour, I. 112
Pour, R. 48, 110.
Powers, D. 39, 48, 62, 127.
Price, R. 35, 39, 44, 46, 50, 62
Pugalee, D. 156.
Pugalee, L. 110.
Pugh, D. 48,110.
Putnam, D. 36, 40, 42, 45, 55,
Pyers, R. 30, 40, 44, 45, 50, 67
80, 96, 97, 101, 156.
Queen, H. 119.
Ouillen, A. 110.
Quillen, I. 110.
Quillen, R. 110.
Quinn, T. 112.
Rabada, V. 32, 34, 35, 55, 58,
Rademacher, B. 100, 110.
Rakes, D. 127.
Randle, L. 156.
Randle, T. 127.
Rankin, R. 48, 50, 127.
Rapp, I. 47,119.
Rasor, C. 36, 40, 88, 96,127.
Ratcliff, D. 26, 45, 50, 156.
Razevich, S. 32, 41, 44, 47, 101,
Reason, C. 86, 95,119.
Redick, L. 31, 33, 41, 45, 47,
48, 80, 156.
Redmon, V. 39, 64, 127.
Reed, G. 34, 44, 45, 46, 157.
Reed. P. 110.
Reed, T. 30, 39, 40, 45, 63, 66,
80, 86, 96,157.
Rees, S. 9O,110.
Rehmert, I. 119.
Reineke, R. 110.
Reinshell, S. 33, 35, 48, 127.
Reiman, S. 32, 34, 35, 49,119.
Reynolds, S. 34, 119.
Rhoades, B. 157.
Rhoades, K. 49, 110.
Rhoades, K. 33, 34, 119.
Rhoades, H. 90 100
, , 110
Rhoades, S. 31, 36, 40, 8
Rhoades, W. 33, 34, 35, 5
Rhodes , D. 127.
Rhynard, M. 30, 47, 48, 119.
Rice, B. 86, 90, 96,119.
Rice, H. 35, 50, 51, 52, 53,
66, 62, 64,82,157.
Richardson, I. 127.
Richardson, T. 110.
Richter, K. 32, 35, 47, 11
Richter, M. 44, 98,110.
Riddle, E. 110.
Riegle, D. 43, 157.
Riegle, R. 119.
Rismiller, B. 33, 41, 157.
Robbins, K. 127.
Robbins, M. 33, 41, 157.
Robbins, M. 47, 49, 119.
Robbins, S. 33, 110.
Robents, D. 76, 127.
Roberts, W. 48, 98, 110.
Robinson, B. 49, 110.
Robinson, G. 127.
Robinson, W. 110.
Robinson, W. 157.
Roddy, D. 110.
Rogers, I. 31, 32, 34, 35,
54, 64, 67, 157.
M. 32, 36, 41, 47, 52,
Rogers T. 47, 50, 127.
Rogers T. 35, 45, 46, 62, 63,
Rogers, V. 110.
Rosen, I. 96, 100, 110.
Rosen, R. 32, 37, 76, 80, 83,
Rosen, R. 32, 119.
Ross, B. 100, 110.
Ross, T. 127.
Roszell, C. 32, 34, 35, 49,102,
Royer, P. 40, 50, 55, 127.
Ruder, G. 50,110.
Rudy, C. 30, 40, 42, 45, 66, 80,
Rudy, I. 53,
Ruffin, M. 34, 35,127.
Russell, E. 32, 34, 35, 39, 44,
46, 55, 64, 76, 127.
Russell, R. 127.
Ryan, T. 32, 34 49 119
1 1 I
Salb, K, 34,
Sanger, L. 47, 49, 119.
Satterfield, R. 34, 47, 49, 119.
Saul, B. 34, 47 119
Saunders, K. 110.
Sawchek, I. 127.
Schaefer, T. 30, 86, 96, 127.
Schaeffer, K. 49, 110.
Schafer, K. 158.
Schaffner, H. 49, 119.
Schaurer, M. 110.
Schaurer, R. 119.
Schisler, I. 110.
Schneider, S. 127.
Schoch, G. 30, 37, 46, 50, 64,
66, 86, 98,158.
Schoch, T. 30, 86, 90, 127.
Schubert, I. 30, 40, 47, 50, 76,
96, 101, 127
Schubert, V. 34, 35, 46, 47, 62,
Schuenke, M. 90, 96, 97, 158.
Schuenke, T. 86, 89, 11.9.
Schultz, B. 32, 34, 36, 37, 41,
46, 54, 67, 76, 80,158.
Schultz, S. 32, 34, 46, 48, 49,
Schutz, S. 110.
Schwartz, B. 119.
Schwartz, C. 33.
Scott, T. 51, 53 110
Seay, M. -51,
Seipel, W. 90, 119.
Seitz, P. 33, 48, 127.
Selhforst, S. 49, 100, 110.
L. 53, 110.
L. 31 34, 44, 47, 54, 1'27
Shaffer, I. 158.
Shaffer, P. 45, 86, 119.
Shaffer, R. 30, 86, 90, 119.
Shaffer, S. 34, 35, 39, 158.
Shaffer, W. 110.
L. 37, 64, 67,159.
S. 30, 40, 50, 59, 67,
86, 96,101, 159.
Sharits, D. 33, 34, 44, 159.
Sharits, F. 127.
Sharits, R. 35.
sharnef ia. 35, 39, 64, 159.
Sheley, D. 32, 119.
66 , 15
, C. 31, 34, 35, 41, 45
, L. 119.
I. 64, 86, 127.
Shepherd, S. 53, 119.
Shields, I. 44, 64, 127.
Shipp, . .
Shipp, T. 159.
Shoup, M. 127.
Shoup, V. 49,111.
shook, R. 32, 119.
siegei, 1. 76, 127.
A. 48, 49, 111.
Sims, D. 30, 35, 40, 45, 46, 50,
62, 88, 98,159.
Sink, M. 30, 35,1l1.
Sinks, R. 48, 49,111.
Skaggs, B. 119.
Slifer, B. 112
Slough, P. 119.
Small, T. 112.
Smith, B. 30, 86, 90, 96, 127.
Smith, D. 45, 50, 66, 159.
Smith, E. 30, 31, 54, 55, 86,
Smith, G. 111.
Smith, M. 41, 46, 48, 50, 76,
Smith, M. 111.
Smith, P. 31, 33, 41, 98, 128.
Smith, R. 112.
Smith, S. 30, 45, 55, 64, 67, 86
Smith, T. 53, 111.
Smith, T. 101, 128.
. 30, 37, 40, 92, 96,
Smitley, D. 41, 42, 128.
Smitley, N. 34, 43, 128.
Smitley, R. 34, 41, 44, 128.
45, 55, 67, 98, 135,
Snider, C. 160.
Snyder, E. 119.
Sotzing, I. 45, 50, 55, 160.
Sotzing, K. 111.
Spain, G. 119.
Spears , I
I c. 34, 39, 45, 46, 48
59, 60, 80,160.
. 35, 37, 39, 46, 50,53
54, 55, 62, 64, 66,160.
Spellman, D. 49, 111.
Spencer, C. 39, 44, 111.
Spencer, D. 30, 35, 39, 49, 50,
63, 86, 160.
Spahr, B. 33, 34, 41, 44,16O.
Stafford, I. 34, 49, 119.
Stamper, I. 86.
Starkey, M. 119.
Staten, I. 112.
Stebelton, S. 160.
Stephan, M. 33, 50,111.
Stephens, M. 40, 50, 67, 160.
Stephens, S. 32, 35, 44, 51, 53,
Stichter, L. 47, 53, 119.
Stitts, I. 111.
Stockslager, T. 112.
Stoltz, R. 111.
Stone, G. 49,111.
Stout, K. 128.
Strominger, I. 119.
Strominger, P. 34, 36, 37, 46,
80, 103, 161.
Strominger, T. 128.
Studebaker, K. 53, 54, 161.
Studebaker, M. 128.
Studebaker, N. 128.
Stump, I. 30, 40, 51, 52, 55, 67
Stump, S. 49, 62, 64,119.
Sullenbarger, K. 32, 34, 39, 41,
44, 46, 76,128.
Summer, C. 48,111.
Sutliff, L. 51, 53,111.
Sutton, I. 49, 111.
Svajda, L. 111.
Swank, M. 50, 51, 53, 119.
Swigart, B. 34, 49, 64, 119.
Swigart, D. 49, 111.
Swigart, N. 34, 45, 47, 161.
Swigart, R. 53, 119.
Swindell, P. 111.
Tamplin, C. 101, 119.
Tate, R. 49, 54, 98,100,111.
Taylor, C 161
Taylor, I. 111.
Taylor, K 128
Taylor, N. 33, 41, 47, 128.
Taylor, R. 111.
Taylor, T. 45, 50, 98, 101, 161.
Teague, R. 112.
Thase, P. 128.
Thaxton, C. 33, 119.
Thaxton, E. 128.
Thaxton, P. 119.
Thaxton, V. 33, 41, 45, 161.
Thiedeman, P. 53, 111.
Thiedeman, T. 30, 36, 49, 86,
Thobe, A. 31, 46, 47,128.
Thobe, D. 111.
Thobe, M. 43,161.
Thompson, C. 33, 161.
Thompson, I. 96, 111.
Thompson, I. 49. 111.
Thompson, L. 43, 161.
Thompson, P. 119.
Thompson, R. 162.
Thompson, S. 33, 34, 41, 162.
Thompson, T. 45, 48, 80, 162.
Thornburgh, N. 48, 49, 64, 111.
Thornburgh, T. 35, 39, 62, 128.
Thorpe, B. 111.
Thorpe, K. 128.
Tippel, E. 49, 119.
Tipton, C. 35, 42,128.
Tompkins, I. 32, 47, 53, 64, 119
Totton, M. 111.
Trappe, W. 128.
Travis, D. 31, 80, 162.
Tremblay, G. 40, 45, 50, 95,
Trost, K. 33, 41, 80,162.
Trostle, D. 30, 35, 39, 49, 64,
Trucksis, C. 119.
Tucker, M. 111.
Tucker, T. 111.
Tull, L. 112.
Twiss, S. 49,111.
Ullery, D. 119
Ullery, K. 111.
Usserman, I. 32, 34, 37, 39, 41,
42, 45, 46, 62,162.
Utrecht, I. 49, 111.
Vannatta, S. 119.
Vanatta, V. 119.
Vanchure, R. 128.
Vandeveer, V. 162.
Vandivier, M. 119.
Vandivier, R. 128.
Van Tilburg, L. 162.
Varley, C. 32, 34, 41, 44,101,
Varley, I. 50, 53.
Vesper, L. 111.
Virgint, I. 50, 53, 128.
Vondenhueval, K. 111.
Vondenhueval, M. 32, 34, 41,
44, 55, 101,103,128.
Vore, R. 53,111.
Voris, M. 34, 54,128.
Voris, P. 34, 39, 54, 64,162.
Voris, S. 31, 34, 76, 163.
Vorpe, D. 120.
Waddingham, R. 120.
Wagner, B. 53,111.
Wagner, D. 120.
Wagner, S. 41, 46, 53, 128.
Wagonrod, B. 163.
Waite, K. 32, 120.
Walker, C. 32, 53, 120.
Walker, H. 51, 53, 111.
Ward, D. 112.
Ward, N. 54,128.
Ward, M. 120.
Ward, S. 102, 120.
Warner, C. 49,111.
Watkins, S. 35, 39, 46, 50, 55,
62, 96, 163.
Watren, E. 48,111.
Weatherheacl, T. 128.
Weaver, I. 32, 33, 34, 44, 128.
Weaver, I. 31, 32, 33, 94,128.
Weaver, I. 111.
Weaver, M. 128.
Webb, P. 53, 111.
Webb, P. 128.
Webster, B. 120.
Weikert, M. 33, 34, 44, 120.
Welbaum, D. 111.
Welbaum, I. 90, 96,100,111.
Welch, P. 111.
Welker, R. 101, 120.
Wells, D. 120.
Welty, M. 49, 88, 96,100,111
Welty, M. 36, 44, 49, 96, 100,
West, R. 33, 34, 41, 163.
Westfall, D. 34, 120.
Whaley, I. 49, 111.
Whipp, T. 128.
White, T. 96,100,111.
Whitmer, M. 43, 128.
Whitmer, P. 111.
Wiegman, S. 30, 50, 86, 96, 163.
Wilcox, K. 76, 128.
Wilcox, K. 30, 39, 48, 111.
Wildman, T. 35, 39, 50, 51, 53,
William, R. 11-1.
Williams, B. 32, 120.
Williams, I. 35, 37, 39, 45, 48,
54, 62, 63, 66, 101, 163.
Williams, L. 111.
Williams, M. 51, 53, 120.
Williams, R. 111.
Williams, S. 34, 162.
Williams, S. 35, 37, 39, 41, 46,
53, 66, 163.
Williams, T. 111.
Williamson, M. 111.
Wilson, D. 128.
Wilson, R. 163.
Wilson, T. 30, 45, 50, 66, 96,
Wilson, V. 49,111.
Wilt, C. 42, 44, 128.
Wilt, V. 48,111.
Winninger, I. 31, 34, 35, 39, 41,
45, 46, 163.
Wion, S. 33, 44,120.
Woehler, S. 44, 111.
Vlfofford, C.36, 89, 120.
Wogoman, M. 43, 164.
Wogoman, S. 111
Wolfe, C. 34, 37, 44, 47, 76,
Wolfe, E. 164.
Wolfe, G. 111.
Wolfe, R. 120.
Workman, D. 35, 39, 45, 55, 64,
Workman, M. 35, 39, 44, 52, 128
Worth, W. 30, 112.
Wray, D. 43, 164.
Wray, N. 34, 35, 39, 41, 44, 46,
Wray, S. 46,120.
Wright, M. 164.
Wright, N. 32, 35, 53, 120.
Wright, R. 31, 32, 39, 41, 46,
48, 53, 76, 129.
Wyan, B. 53,112.
Yerian, B. 102, 164.
Yerian, L. 120.
Younce, M. 120.
Young, A. 33, 102, 129.
Young, C. 120.
Yount, K. 49, 112.
Yount, R. 96, 120.
Zell, S. 45, 100,112.
Zimmerman, S. 32, 53, 120.
Zimpfer, K. 49, 102, 112.
Zornes, S. 112.
We, the members of the Trojan '67 annual staff would like to thank the
following people for their contributions and efforts to the annual: Mrs. Gene
Moore, our editorial advisor, who helped us make up the editorial portion of
the annual in the best manner possible, Mr. Vernon Knuckles, our business
manager, who worked with us in setting up the advertisements and providing
funds for the annual, Mr. Frank Prouty, our literary advisor, who carefully
checked all the written material in the editorial portion of the annual, Messrs.
Howard Hoffman and James Welbaum, our principal and assistant principal
respectively, who made coverage of the school year as complete and accurate
as possible, Messrs. Homer and John English, who contributed most of the
photographic work in the annual, Mr. Joe Gaeke, who provided us with action
shots for sports and the campaign rallies, Mr. Don Walker, representative of the
Balfour Company, who provided us with a copy of the school seal for the
Contents page, Mr. Paul Retrum, representative of the Artmaster Publishing
Company, who offered invaluable assistance and suggestions as to the construc-
tion of the annual, and everyone else who contributed anything to the success
of the Troian '67,
Editor-in-chief ...... ........ M oya Moran
Assistant editor ........ ....,,,, A nne Dudley
Organization editors ,.... .....,.,.,. R honda Mott
Activities editors ......
Sports editors ......
Senior editor ......,...
Business manager ...........,...,
Assistant business manager .....
Art editor ,............................
Student photographer ......
Staff members ............
Mary Kay Lutz
Suggestions in the Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.