Troy High School - Trojan Yearbook (Troy, OH)

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KW, ....J. , Mm Michael Weakley Tells It Like It I In His Native Language A lot of people have asked me why I became interested in becoming an exchange student. Since the age of I4 I had wanted to come to America as a teenager. So when a teacher asked me if I would be interested in going to America as an exchange student, I naturally said, "Yes," And here I am. I applied to the organization called the International Christian Youth Exchange, run by various churches in New Zealand, by writing about myself, my family, and what I expected life to be like in America. They must have liked what I wrote because they were kind enough to select me. So before they could change their minds, I got my passport, told the American Embassy that I wasn't a Communist, and hopped on the nearest Americas bound plane. I did quite a bit of hopping because there are very tew America-bound planes in New Zealand. And here I am - for a year to stay. Since I have been here, I have really come to like many of the sincere aspects of American life. I think the main aspect I have come to like is the sincere search for more honest lives by some students. The boys are faced with the fact that sometime or other they may have to go fight a war. And a lot of them are really thinking, "Should America be in the Vietnam war?" The ones that do go and fight are very brave, and so, too, are the ones that are -convinced America should not be in the war and decide not to fight. Whatever their choice, I am glad I do not have to make that choice. The only criticism I have of your school system is that I feel the seniors should be treated more like college students in every aspect. The transition period between high school and college is hard and it is even harder without any high school preparation. Otherwise Troy High is the best school I have attended. Troy has so much valuable and helpful equipment lsuch as films and language labs? that are unheard of in New Zealand high schools, as well as a very good library. The main difference between Troy High School and mine is that there were no girls in my school. The only girl in my school was the librarian - and she was about 35 years old. Some people have asked me if I think that Troy students are restricted in any great way. Compared to New Zealand, no. In fact, a factor of American lite I have come to love is the freedom all have in most aspects of life. Americans are very lucky people. One thing that I have learned while being here, and have come to love, is that life is experiences one after another. When I go back to New Zealand, I hope to experience different occupa- tions. I hope to go to college, I hope to do T.V. work, I hope to work as a photographer, in short, I hope to do a lot of iobs because this is the only way I would really enioy life - and this I learned from America. U :gi-1 A . . 5.1 39" J .. . . -1 if ' L-. ,, . v- . . ' - " V N. . -I. . MAJORETTICS AND DRUM MAJOR - Row 1: Nancy Wright, Valeria Niles. Row 2: Jane Grove, Jeff Walker, Anne Millet. BRASS - Row 1: D. Lathrop, G. Shoup, C. Morse, D. McCabe, IC. Hawkins, S. Stilwell, D. Sodders. Row 2: K. Kendall, J. Hannah, F. llader, M. Pfister, S. Stephens, F. Miller, M. Williams, S. Vorpe. Row 3: J. Flory, H. Walker, S. Hunt, P. Buirley, H. Faust, R. Hale, D. Hughes, T. Sage, D. Radeniachir. Row 4: J. Walker, G. Hart, D. DeMar, D. Mahan, S. Lacy, M. Seiler. Row 5: G. Drown, D. Lathrop, T. Hill, G. Alspaugh. VVOODVVINDS - Row l: T. Wilihnan, C. Cleveland, S. Miller, T. Scott, L. Martin, N. Hill, li. Flory, E. Orsborn, P. Thiedernan, C. Drieling. Row 2: L. Sutliff, M. Seay, D. Langford, L. Shafer, R. Vore, C. Dorsey, J. Milligan, V. Elam, D. Gass, P. Gerkin. Row 3: V. Niles, D. Shoemaker, G. Bentley, C. Gurklies, P. Webb, M. Mercer, B. Fine, A. Gray, C. Heslep, A. Blackburn. Row 4: M. Waker, T. Schinimel, M. Pearson, S. Lovejoy, R. Rench, P. Alspaugh, L. Shafer, P. Jones, K. Caldwell. Row 5: P. Mallery, D. Perry, L. Giedt, R. Bristley, S. Scott, M. Cook, M. Sutliff, A. Goodall, S. Sodders. Row 6: S. McEowen, G. Davis, M. Mitchell, M. Hufford, L. Moreland, R. Gibboney, D. Huston, K. Henderson. Row 7: J. Leas, J. Johnson, S. Barga. PERCUSSION - S. Fouts, C. Abdon, B. Wagner, J. Varley, J. Fierstein. W! W W 1 T "4-.-.' . 09 9 9 0 Q 9 q "rm sn 9 9 9 1 9 u9"'h"'5'5"'3"'i, gf 'c ' 'H ., -fi iff' an 24 Z- . .Q . ' i , 1 1 I V 'LIP b . " Ei- . ' if Qi: A V ,A ,j ,R Q -T W . xi ,K K K . 4 ,Q 9 A ffl ' 5, , 54, rikbzf, ,- -- N, If ,Y mg, 5, r.. L, 4 0 ,. A u .Q - Mfg' I 1 -4nf"Ti-3Af,?Lii3,3N,-1iffy! HK. 5' b " X' ft' "-...-.Q , ji X I V Y,-. f sr .. " 'M-H " 2 hr,P'TiT" ',.!TT'n-'1-3,9-:24,1f V-'f '51 . Q- ., ' ' 1 1 - .,. :V -f'.5'.i L, ,A-Q? -,w , 7 1 fi' A-if V, ja- mg, 11 4, V PJ f ' W- A. :sf VN y am. -' 5, n 522 ' . 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V - F - f ' - 5 , P 3 -' 3-.5f.,J 3: +A-.85 , -,M31417 Q V - , f- as Q KX 'S .3 li, , at V A lf! f, E l M- Q " sw' x 'chhs iam Us ' 1 4. ffm HEY! GET THAT KID A COKE . . . wif K Juniors Cffer Focts . .. an ENE' at sv , PROGRAM SELLERS - Row 1: B. Worsham, P. lngles, Phelps, M. Gritzmaker, L. Vesper, C. Summers, K. Buckles B. Gibboney, R. Francis, S. Norris, K. Gheen, D. Swigart, N. Meyers, S. Berkoben, L. Fyfe, M. Manson. P. McDonald, S. Twiss, P, Loschiavo. Row 2: D. Leveck, R. fligf Ill Seniors Feed Fons CONCESSIONS-Row 1: R. Schaurer S. Blackmore, D. Trostle, T. Kendall R. Benning. Row 2: C. Kister, J Kessler, V. Hobbs, K. Lavelle, J. Foy K. Buckles, C. Tamplin. Row 3: B Chipley, S. Suchecki, E. Tippel, K McGraw, N. Metcalf, M. Reber, B Johnson, R. Boise. Row 4: V. Campbell L. Ellingson, P. Thaxton, K. Kreitzer, P. Moran, P. Kramer, B. Boise. Row 5: N. Galbreath, S. Reynolds, J. Karnehm, G. Elliot, B. Hartman, M. Bartee, M. Cochran, S. Braun, D. O'Keefe. aqua W.. 51 MY... , MMLMMWWW vm ,W ,, F3 as .. . Wm 'U v ....,.qNZ' BLOCK T - Row 1: A. Manson, pres., J. Snell, v. pres.: L. Donkelaar, sec., B. Swigart, sen. rep., B. Denoyer treas.g C. Roszell, sgt.-at-arms, K. Donkelaar, A. Mere- dith, K. Rhoades, N. Meyer. Row 2: J. Ingle, R. Gurklies L. Jackson, C. Lawrence, B. Grove, B. Chipley, J Kemper, C. Green, R. Lathrop, L. Gray. Row 3: T. Ryan, K. Rhoades, M. Weikert, S. Schultz, B. Saul, M Marinello, V. Long, ll. Gorrell, J. Rudy, G. Hoke. Row 4: C. Line, G. Fulcher, P. Kramer, L. Cooper, R. Satterfield J. Henderson, J. Shipp, L. Golowin, R. Coleman, B. Sinks Row 5: C. Hemm, K. Salb, ll. Overholser, A. Lynch, V Rabada, L. Lutz, M. Bader, V. Garst, K. Pritchard, V Garst. Row 6: K. Zimpfer, K. Buckles, L. llautsch, M Markley, N. Grimes, N. Grimes, V. Wilson, R. Cromes K. Yount, C. Tinch. Row 7: P. Loschiavo, H. Bailen B McGee, K. Berkshire, M. Elliott, M. Chronaberry C. Dixon, J. Stafford, S. Reinian, M. Sink. Row 8 K. Hansen, S. Jones, K. Copp, K. Kirby, R. Mayer, D. Donley, N. Gretzinger, M. Stephans, C. Macy, J Dixon. Row 9: K. Murray, K. Oxley, R. Counts, P. McDonald, S. Twiss, R. lflzell, V. Shoup, C. Force K. Epperson, C. Adams. Row 10: S. lllackmore, D. Pugh L. Osgood, R. Fine, G. Ruder, K. Guss, R. Pittenger, M, Arnett, C. Fisher, ll. Gross. Row 11: S. Konkol. 12- 7 7 '- LL Oh Ringo! Grid 84 Cinders, '68 Sports CROSS-COUNTRY - Row 1: Greg Colello, C. Bazzel, Mike Reber, J. Light- ner, J. Hines, Bill Seiple, B. Campbell, J. Johnson. Row 2: Coach Smith, D. Pittman, T. Macy, B. Milligan, Craig Kister, Marshall Jones, Captaing Doug Huston, T. Francis, T. Mason. 'KThe loneliness of a long distance runn er 17 . it . '+ ...Ja ss . 'ang' .. H A .1 . Y J J 1, i I.--i. , W tl 5 31,1 .1 was k ' -A UP Klux VV 'fir A Wiwmiwiii This year's cross-country team was Well-balanced and strong. The squad was second in the Fairborn Invitational and fourth in the District. Marshall Jones, as in the past two years, lead the harriers over the two-mile course. He represented Troy at the state meet in Columbus, Ohio, placing second in the District and third in the Regionals. Bob Camp- bell, a freshman, became second man in the middle of the season and may be the man to Watch in the years to come. Coach N. G. Smith feels next year's squad should improve on this year's 5-2 season. Top senior harriers: Cl. to . , Q r r.J Marshall Jones, Craig 'y .,,. Q f ff '1' Kister, Doug Huston. - .MJ .'A. X ,, V ,, , LW .N Q W givwl X X fm W MAVV A MMWW, itii ' 5' 4.5.3 iMa4l.w ii'+?liaiZi7'l.f5??2fM4Q'fffirliifi f llmf l 'Q 't-r W:W7'V"'l.," QuJfQ2'iLulfil,llg.'?ffxff"i'2f:frd9ftQ5 1 ., m i 9 E 1 V . y. X All .x, x ,jf . M qv V 4 1 , ' I 1 V 1:3 , ff, pf 'GQ ,p fi is 2,4 P+ '+. , D hi ,YQ f'TSf'A1?5 ff . r ,.-,, i ' if 1 ,Ji 91 3,51 ffm I y 1 i ' ' 9. , N , , 1 'ka M35 , x ,, , s, 'S Q' ' Hg: A , W 1 J Q, . Z ff H , J k I 'Fl 5. I ' -' ' ' , vs. .fa -- - ., '- fwnw n 'N Gridders End Seoson On High Note Troy had a disappointing season for their first year in the Western Ohio League. The Trojans compiled a 2-8 record. The two Wins included a forfeit win over Stebbins and a fine hard playing Win over Wayne. In team balloting the best offensive player award went to quarterback, Fred McMullen. The best defensive player was All-W.O.L. linebacker, Jim Johnston. Best blocker was Randy Blizman. Dave McCormack was named the best tackler and the most improved player was Jeff Welbaum. Troy's most valuable player Went to senior tailback, Tom Massie. """T 1 , .i .. iifi iiii . TROY 20 Piqua 38 TROY 8 Xenia 22 TROY 1 Stebbins 0 TROY 6 Fairmont West 30 TROY 20 Springfield North 36 TROY 20 Fairmont East 22 TROY 14 Beavercreek 22 TROY 6 Centerville 21 TROY 12 Fairborn 14 TROY 34 Wayne 28 '-1" Fl VARSITY FOOTBALL - Row 1: T. Wise, J. Welbaum, R. Kister, A. Fulker, M. Phifer, J. Ingle, J. Earhart, M. Grilliot, D. Dickensheets, R. Blizman, C. Finnigan, R. Voris, T. White B. Wright, R. Griffith, P. Cusac, M. Ruffin, J. Cochran, ,aa Trainer Mitchell. Row 2: F. McMullen, C. White, T. Reese, T. Darner, M. Kilpatrick, C. Gates, B. Bey, H. Rhodes, K. Artz, J. Klattie, R. Cain, M. Jackson, J. Lloyd, P. Potter, G. Schock, M. Cusac, J. Moyer, M. Evans, G. Hanner, Coach asf' :rats 5,7-gf -fn . 3- K' - - v 4 -Y -v ' 'fa v v V ff--v--'A ' ' " 1 1 ' 'W' fig.: . - Y , ,A , f .1 - , , ,M . , - - rf' iii" A " V A v -.fe A 'rm I ' - 5 - 5 ' 'A 4 W. fifwkwsiw McCarthy. Row 3: J. Pierce, J. Moyer, B. Rice, C. Wofford, D. McCormack, D. Deeter, T. Kirtley, T. Schuenke, B. Johnson, C. Reason, J. Johnston, T. Massie, T. Miller, Coaches Hartman, Dorsey, Sheehan, Head Coach Richards. ,-.. - 'lc' "' 5 ,fwf-ga nf 'I vi .3 HMW- ' 1 'U' vfqkw Q .fh.,'-Q A. Q.-..!, i'iflN.l7Aig::':i.1li , -wif ww e..'1M.l.1.'.i,'s Top Left: MANAGERS - Row 1: J. Denney, R. Adams, B. Moran. Row 2: Roger Garrett, C. Cram, D. Mumma, Bill Meyers. Center Left: CAPTAINS - Tom Massie, Jim Johnston, Dave Deeter. Top Right: Johnson and Phifer bring down a Centerville Elk. Above: Coach Richards surveys the scene during a home game. Tl 'tin SEASON'S RECORD TROY 6 Wayne O TROY 24 Mad River 12 TROY 12 Fairborn 0 TROY 16 Fairborn 8 TROY 33 Beavercreek 0 TROY 6 West Milton 12 TROY 12 Piqua 36 This year's squad compiled a fine 5-2 record. Led by Gordon Bell, Joe Allen, and Al Mayer the team defeated every W.O.L. team they faced. The two losses occurred at Piqua and Milton Union. Coach Brewer believes this squad will be a big asset to next year's varsity. Mr. Brewer confers with Gordon Bell before the Piqua game. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL - Row 1: N. Lewis, M. Calicoat, T. Goodin, J. Shields, B. Shuler, K. Jones, T. Frey, R. Walker, C. Smitley, M. Bayman, S. Hanner, B. Harnish, M. Detrick T. Young. Row 2: Coach Brewer, E. Lewis, manager, T Adams, manager, A. Mayer, J. Allen, G. Bell, M. Johnson D. Starkey, F. Bader, I. Wilt, K. Bomhard, M. Wiekert, K , Wright, E. Hall, T. Niles. ff.. ,Z Am i Pi, is-w...a...N. -Q is Z' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA - Row 1: D. McKee, A. Caserta, N. Phelps, J. Henderson, pres., B. Furrow, treas.g D. Mott, M. Schaurer, v. pres., D. Shaeffer. Row 2 Mrs. Fair, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Birt, advisors, P. Mallory, B Worsham, J. Rapp, J. Hibbard, D. Baker, L. Vesper. Row 3 R. Coleman, R. McNutt, K. Henderson, P. Black, L. Smith, S McKinney, D. Gross, R. Cromes, P. Ingle, D. Lewis, L. Mapes . Future Skills FUTURE BUSINESS WORKERS - Row 1: Mrs. Davis, advisor, co-pres., P. Thaxton, co-pres., C. Lawrence, v. pres.: B. Grove, sec.: P. McDonald, treas.g S. Reynolds, V. Hobbs, K. Richter, S. Elifritz, S. Wogoman, M. Grilliot, Mrs. Waker, advisor. Row 2: D. Gass, B. Gurklies, V. Elam, E. Tipple, L. Ellingson, G. Elliott, V. Melvin, J. Lewis, D. Baker, M. Weikert, L. Lutz, B. Gross. Row 3: R. Gibboney, M. Chrona- berry, V. Cruea, D. Hawkins, N. Galbraeth, S. Stump, E. l Hewitt, S. Delong, B. Furrow, C. Thaxton, K. Peltier, L Stichter, S. Peirson. Row 4: B. Chaney, P. Reed, M. Heart S. McEowen, V. Shoup, N. Phelps, B. Baker, K. Null, P Whitmer, M. McKenna, R. Coleman, K. Rhoades, S. Wion M. Clark. Row 5: N. Plantz, B. Poland, B. Overholser, M Free, V. Wilson, S. Cardnal, K. Yount, M. Nicholes, J. Dixon C. Fox, B. Robinson, R. Hoover. I 5-SI Are Learned Todoy FUTURE NURSES' ASSOCIATION - Cabovel Row 1: Mrs Secoy, advisor, R. Fine, sec., B. Chipley, pres., L. Pautsch 1 v. pres. Row 2: J. Gallegher, S. Cain, K. Clawson, S. Palmer, C. Hamilton, M. Gritzmaker, P. Ingle, C. Fisher, P. LeVeck, J. Rapp. FUTURE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION - Cbelowj Row 1: S. Stephens, K. Oxley, B. Johnson, S. Reiman, N. Gretzinger, S. Dehart, S. Hunt, S. Twiss, treas.g Mrs. Hanna, advisor, L. Cooper, v. pres., D. Donley, pres. Row 2: L. Jones, C. Morse, L. Griffis, R. Gearhart, S. McKinney, C. Fisher, B. Swigart, P. Kramer, K. Brundrett. Row 3: S. Vorpe, M. Hufford, J. Flory, S. Cawley, L. Gray, N. Grimes, N. Grimes, A. Lynch, V. Rabada, V. Long, P. Buirley. Row 4: J. Milligan, R. Orsborne, M. Sink, R. Vore, B. Lathrop, D. Langford, P. Moran, K. McGraw, R. Mayer, V. Niles, L. Jackson, K. Rhoades. For The Record. . . fabove rightj GIRLS' RESERVE VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 C. Hartman, J. Meeker, C. Long, V. Edwards, K. McCabe. Rbw 2: V. Arnett, C. Wiehi, T. Weikert, K. Rhoades, M. Carr, Row 3: C. Mathes, B. Gross, K. Gheen, S. Berkoben. Coppositej GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - Row 1 B. Flory, M. Carr, L. Donkelaar, L. Gray, D. Hawkins Row 2: S. Hartman, G. Hoke, S. Blackmore, C. Force. Cbelowl GIRLS' INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAM- ' PIONS - Row 1: K. Coffey, S. Norris, C. Dixon, B. Gross. Row 2: C. Force, S. Blackmore, A. Millet, G. Hoke. 9, . 7 'C' Y ' .N Y W MWWVEAV Y,,,:wr'-My .Mx VAfm'Iw W , I M' iiir I 24' fs ff' X 75313 I , VVVV - ' "5 in 55 ,f.,IB5f l Al 'lin fb in E 2 va ' il 9 . . 1 l ,I 1. :asf if f ...And Just For Fun S I' 'T If 1 Eva Hewitt Sue Stump Kathy Griner pirit Squad Kinclles Enthusicas xt ,-, I Kew VARSITY CHEERLEADERS-Top to Bottom: Eva Hewitt, Kathy Griner, Sue Stump, Sandy Hartman, Loretta Phifer. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - L. to R.: Loretta Phifer, Sandy Hartman. Freshman . .. , U . ADVISORS: Mrs. Middleton, FRESHMEN CHE1c1cL1aAD1+:1cs - Row 1: Marsha Jones, Bonnie Mrs' Grimes' ...And Reserve Cheerleaders 4' ,Q V X' J!!! ' Fifi 1 f 1. , , 4- fl W .1 . H , Q.-yu. Mk . . .,w.f X. , W 2 ., f. 'zv' ,. Q il 1' 4 ,- f""3'Xi-R' if f "3" - iris?" 'M"'4'21rfl7H f' ' N-1' f "' ' .x ' . r . i. r Wlwr' 'mwW'i TJ' H 13g,.:uwig,, .- . jf-31'5,.Q.f, Q 5 3 ' M, ,I ,x.4,,r.,.,.,t,,- . I ., X. .gun.,, , ,. ,V Ni u :.,fI?i?5""Q, 4 .f T'-i ,2MimQ5S?".. ' -S A i "'x51?. fu-, ki 1 ir, . , ,.. .. , . rim.. am? '?f'wf's'RWlWzf'.i'H ML.-Mww X X H -f4Q?1iFJ H 1 .q- JJFW' rx -1 ' A . im .' LN- M. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS - L. to R.: Robin Bristley, Bev Hoefler, Julie James, Patti Parris. 4 e WI Miss Susan Schultz i , :if 2 I. 4?- fx 9 l 9 a Homecoming '68 Miss Becky Swigart Miss Kathy Griner Miss Sally Twiss "c" M ' Wx Jim Johnston hands Kate her flowers i to ,waxes A 'Vo J z, s Queen Katy chosen by Captain Dave Deeter. HOMECOMING CHEERLEAD ER HOMECOMING COURT AT THE GAME VVITH THE PLAYERS - Row l: Susan Schultz, Queen Katy Rrun- drett, Linda Donkolaar. Row 2: Recky Swigart, Kathy Griner, Sally Twiss. PLAYERS - Left to Right: Jim John- ston, Chuck Reason, Dave McCormack, Tom Massie, Dave Deeter, Bob Johnson. Shannon Dehart y y Y QUEEN, COURT, AND ESCORTS AT DANCE: MiSS Susan bargerg Queen Katy Brundrett, escort Jim Foyg Miss Becky Schultz, escort Tom Kendallg Miss Linda Donkelaar, escort Swigart, escort Dave Clawsong Miss Kathy Griner, escort Gary Tremblayg Miss Sally Twiss, escort Frank Pittsen- Roger Yount, l Q , A "ii 3 J Top: Johnst-Jill, Beck and Dave enjoying themselves at the Homecoming Dance. Bottom L.: Class President Tip Thiedeman steps out with his Pixie. . Center: Foy, "This is the closest I've been to her all '- L year!" Above: Quite a party we have going here. But where's the enthusiasm? - www, jr, 1f,l4ill-f- Eff: N -28- X .bx 1 fv ' 1 . -wgf 55' Q. az ii YJAASXQ. I V ws fy Q-4...3,F wfw-,,..1 Q 4 I ff? FQ' ,. g"f2:sS- 3 1 X F 55 34. S. INN 'O' H. DRAMATICS - Row 1: C. Jones, soph. rep., Wayne Quillen, jr. rep., M. Matthews, v. pres., G. Dixon, treas.g T. Dunnam, sen. rep., J. Hobson, D. Hoak, pres., J. McAtee, sec.g Mr. Mayberry, advisor, V. Rabada. Row 2: K. Meigs, S. Vorpe, M. Arnett, C. Dixon, B. Kuehnle, R. Pittenger, K. Guss, C. Green, M. Marinello, H. Faust, S. Blackmore, K. Donkelaar, V. Hobbs. Row 3: K. Richter, K. Stitts, C. Daneman, L. Younce, E. Dannin, T. Wildman, C. Dreiling, K. Long, P. Shrock, T. Arcidiacano, A. Meredith, T. Shrock, V. Schubert. Row 4: J. Cheadle, J. Kessler, J. Hershey, W. Lammers, R. DePugh, D. McCabe, R. McCulty, M. Boekholt, J. Chasen, S. Sucheki, A. Casserta, K. Richter. Row 5: B. Williams, Pr Egssggna .lolz Dave Hoak is being made-up for his difficult role of the de the final and most outstanding show of the year, J.B. vi Sway D. Albright, J. Cannoles, K. Copp, K. Berkshire, P. Fenner B. Newman, P. Rhynard, B. McGee, V. Niles, B. Flory, J Rudy, P. Webb. Row 6: M. Buckman, R. Tate, M. Richter M. Kerr, L. Osgood, D. Pugh, R. Cahill, L. Duke, H. Bailen S. Jones, C. Hamilton, C. Wiehi, M. Hufford. Row 7: K Buckman, R. Shaurer, S. Palmer, P. Tliaxton, R. Mayer K. McGraw, S. Reiman, K. Kreitzer, G. Elliot, V. Campbell P. Moran, S. Stump, D. Martin, G. Weatherhead. Row 8: L. Ellingson, N. Jakubek, J. McCoy, T. Jones, A. Iddings J. Jenkins, M. Mercer, C. Tinch, T. Weatherhead, M. Townes J. Callahan, D. Ward, B. Sinks. ! 1 The Rcainmoker s A, , , an . " -- i V , . W Q :,, , - ISV"--r-45 "'f's?uw , 4 ...., - -www .J ' .Fri viii 0 a 4 as , The rehearsal, the perfection, and the performance . . . the understanding. It is a search for something . . . the child-like fantasy of a Snow White? Recognition? Portrayal? . . . Relief from the drought . . . an end to the loneliness and hope for understanding. The search is The Rainmaker. JUNIOR COUNCIL ON WORLD AFFAIRS - Row 1: K. Meigs, sec., V. Wilt, sec., G. Dixon, K. Brundrett, treats., T. Dunnam, V. pres., D. Albright, pres., T. Shrock, J. Cheadle, Mrs. Burk, advisor. Row 2: T. Jones, C. Dixon, A. Iddings, B. Kuehnle, K. Richter, V. Schubert, H. Bailen, S. Blackmore, K. Donkelaar, V. Hobbs, M. Buckman, V. Rabada. Row 3: K. Sitts, S. Graham, C. Daneman, L. Younce, J. Chaison, D. McCabe, R. McCulty, M. Rousseau, L. Caldwell, P. Shrock, T. Arcidiacano, A. Meredith, R. Ezell, K. Richter. Row 4: D. Pugh, M. Boekholt, K. Copp, R. Mayer, P. Moran, K. McGraw, B. Newman, P. Webb, B. Sinks, S. Suchecki, L. Miller, T. Drake, B. Bourque. Row 5: M. Richter, M. Kerr, B. Matthews, B. Milligan, R. Cahill, C. Hamilton, C. Wiehe, K. Cahlander, S. Bercaw, E. Lescano, S. Schultz, G. Ruder. Row 6: S. Norris, S. DeHart, D. Galbraeth, B. Harbor, R. Berning, R. Gearhart, S. McKinney, M. Bader, L. Sutliff, S. Miller. Row 7: R. Satterfield, M. Markley, B. Saul, J. Blackmore, A. Gray, C. Dyas, B. Lennox, S. Hesslep, M. Miller, C. Summers, M. Gritzmaker. Row 8: J. Flory, M. Weakley, T. Moore, T. Kendall, B. Johnson, C. Jones, J. McAtee, J. Kessler, D. Hoak, J. Hobson, N. Thorn- burg, A. Lynch. JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT - Row 1: K. Kirsch, Gearhart, sec.,Row 3: M. Church, D. Baker, M. pres. Row 2: B. Gwisdala, L. Griffis, v. pres., J. Bluthardt, L. Vesper, K. Henderson, B. Pour, Hende1'son, v. pres.g S. McKinney, treas.g R. P. Vandivier. Learning Through Service COLOR GUARD: Allen James, Raymond Boze, Larry Shaw, V. pres.g Jim Mikels, pres. Science Clulo --- :fr 3 'Lf ..3S"Y A' T' 19' SCIENCE CLUB - Row 1: B. Boise, V. Miller, treas., R. Shook, pres.: J. Foy, v. pres.: R. Boise, sec. Row 2: R. Brundrett, N. Lewis, E. Lewis, C. Norris. Row 3: G. Colello, G. Mott, IS. Brown, R. Newman, S. Peterka. Row 4: D. Sheley, K. Fudge, U. Wagner, D. Phister. TCGA '- TROJAN TOGA STAFF - Row 1: G. Peirson, D. Vorpe, R. Pittenger, D. Saul, S. McKinney. Row 2: E. Eberly, P. Hooley, V. Schubert, E. Dannin, ed., J. Dannin, asst. ed., T. Wildman. Row 3: C. Fox, R. Gearhart, M. Gritzmaker, C. Fisher, D. Iddings, T. Small, D. Vaughn, B. Moran. Row 4: Mr. Rosen, advisory M. Clark, B. Count, G. Ruder, M. Elliot, M. Miller B. Brown, C. Hamilton, M. Rhynard. 2 1 Q ll ll Ill 1 n rr JS A An: X STUDENT Rl'II"EKl'1lCS Schock, J. Pask. Row 2 'M 'el - Row 1: K. Long, G. J. McKenna. Row 3: R. Garrett, B. Newman, M. : D. Deeter, B. Myers, Carr, B. Gross, D. Motter. J. Johnson, J. Meeker, S. Buchanan, A. Iddings, Wm..-?"ll'M Q. , fi .3 F I :iii I e K V ,. N"A:"' ' A I I . ellie Q , E . . M -Fl-f -U S H I A GIRLS' RESERVE BASKETBALL - Row 1: V, Edwards, GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row 1: L. Donkelaar K. Long, C. Browning, S. Buchanan. Row 2: K. McCabe, C. S- Miller, D- H9-WkiHS, C- FOTCC- ROW 22 R- Bristley S Wiehi, T. Weikert, D. Pitsenbarger. Row 3: S. Norris, C. Stephens, S- Blackmore, M- BHCIUYIHI1- Long, K. Meeker, P. Powers. Row 4: T. Schimmel, T. Hillman, C. Gheen. T.H.S. Girls Shoot High For Victories 010' 1'-iv-a,., I .,3,, 5,52 . 1' 2 Y xrlgr GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS Row 1: S. Hartman, C. Force. Row 2: K. Buckles, N. Gretzinger, K. Rhoades, C. Browning. Row 3: K. Gheen, S. Blackmore. Spirit - lOOPercent Plus Spirit! the Pep Band has it. From the Piqua Pep Rally, to the final basketball game, the P.B. was there creating excitement and good times with their beat and skits. At the first football rallies their absence was felt. Along with director Doug McCabe, the PB. left the hot marching practice to get to the rallies. Thanks to the PEP BAND. TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY BASKETBALL 50 62 43 37 47 73 62 56 67 66 62 70 70 73 Big Time Basketball - A hearty congratulations to Tim Kirtley on being selected to the All-W.O.L. team and the Journal Herald honorable mention team. it Y Y' i 6 tix- by TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY TROY 64 Miami East 52 Xenia 51 Tipp City 50 Stebbins 76 West Milton Holiday Tourney 62 Piqua Holiday Tourney 47 Fairmont West 65 Springfield North 64 Fairmont East 68 Graham 52 Beavercreek 74 Piqua 60 Centerville 75 Fairborn 54 Miamisburg 73 VVayne 54 Sidney 73 Greenville 71 Brookville District 54 Springfield North District 57 Springfield Catholic District 71 69 60 64 60 51 58 Mark Welty takes aim against Piqua. Tim Kirtley goes up against East. Cooch Denori ' Develops New Troion Hoopmen VARSITY BASKETBALL - Row 1: L. Fields, Manager, B. Dickensheets, D. Martin, T. White, J. Elliott, Doug Huston, Cleo Wofford. Row 2: J. Ingle, D. Dickensheets, Tim Kirtley, M. Welty, M. Grilliot, Gary Hillman, Coach Denari. A SUPERB SEASON Troy's basketball team finished the year with a 12-9 record. Paced by all-W.O.L. forward, Tim Kirtley, the team defeated two of the toughest teams in the W.O.L., Fairborn and Wayne. Denny Dickensheets led the team in rebounds while Daryll Martin led in both field goals and efficiency. Bill Dickensheets led the team in assists and Jeff Elliott lead from the free throw line. The M.V.P. was Denny Dickensheets. With four of five starters returning, Coach Denari believes next year's team should be number one. Mark Welty and 'Bill Dickensheets Bill Dickensheets scores two against Piqua Central. N., -4 at l 1 EX- l lf a fi 35 RESERVF BASKI TBALI Row 1 B Morrett, P. Morrow, J. Price, S. Smallen bargel R F8lY81 Row 2 J Whaley J Hines, R. Andrews, R. Adams, S. McCoppin Row 3 B Wright R Hile D Wogoman M. Welty. Row 4: Coach Bob Fletcher Coach Dearth T Francis I Rogels J Voisard, manager. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL - Row 1: A. Mayer, G. Rawlyk, R. Walker D. Hershey, T. Frey, B. Twiss, Coach Besecker. Row 2: P. LaVel1e, C Weaver, D. Sanger, T. Dickensheets M. Beatty, M. Weikert. Row 3: H Deweese, M. Johnston, F. Bader, D Williams, J. Shields, C. Smitley, P Groff. --...i www--......,,-.-....., N ' fo! 5 , -,Q msgs! N f-- A-Au 1. 2 ,my 'Q 1 0 'FN N s"-5 X1'S"'f5 5 5 ' iv A!""EHb ' 1 , J J' QW" ff! Fw 'C . M i- 'wiv mae. A e , mf f 5 -4 ,WMM ' , .ww " , . ORCHESTRA - Row 1: L. Golowin, J. Schwab, J. Vallor, K. Cleveland, J. Milligan, L. Martin, M. Gritzmaker, M. Conard, A. Carr, B. Gurklies, N. Elam. Row 2: B. Shoup, E. Lescano, E Lewis, J. Huffaker, D. Rademachir, P. Thiede- man, R. Bristley, B. Flory, T. Wildman, N. Hill C. Cleveland, S. Miller, J. Leas. Row 3: D McCabe, E. Hawkins, C. Morse, D, Lathrop, S Stillwell, D. Sodders, C. Drieling, S. Sodders, M. Seay, P. Webb, B. Brown, L. Sutliff. Row 4 P. Buirley, D. DeMar, S. Stephens, K. Kendall J. Hannah, C. Abdon, S. Fouts, J. Varley, B Wagner, T. Hill, D. Lathrop, D. Iddings. Grchestrcx fue , . 41,4 f ,, W X , 'M We if is 'W l J -'N A w. .1 lm 3 SOUTHWEST REGIONAL ORCHESTRA - T. Wildman, C. Cleveland, S Fouts, L. Golowin, M. Gritzmaker, J. Vallor. ' L ul' .a..... STAGE BAND - Row 1: M. Seay, J. Leas, T. Scott, S. Stephens, H. Faust, D. Demar, D. Hale, J. Flory, J. Milligan Sodders, C. Dreiling, L. Sutliff, 13. Brown, Mr. Slonaker, T. Wildman. Row 3: S. Fouts, J. Utrecht, D. Lathrop. director. Row 2: J. Hannah, C. Towne, K. Kendall, S. Stage Bond , , Swings At A l Pace The band rehearsing for another performance. SOPHOMORE CHOIR -- Row 1: K. Artz, C. Wiehe, M. Coleman, W. Gladman, J. Noftle, A. Houser, S. Drake, R. Cahill, J. Price, S. Yardlay. Row 2: T. Drake, J. Gallagher, T. Boak, T. Weikert, B. Newman, S. Buchanan, C. Holfinger, T. Sims, J. Meeker. Row 3: K. McCabe, K. Cahlander, A. Pierce, T. Jones, L. Lynch, T, Arcidiacano, R. Reed, C Hamilton, J. Blackmore, L. Duke. Row 4: J. Johnson, D. Saul C. Dyas, D. Rice, F. Hickman, C, Grenko, M. Jackson, J Whaley, S. Utrecht, T. Kessler, P. Lindeman. Learning Their Do-Re-Mi's FRESHMAN CHORUS - Row 1: C. Morris, P. Butt, S Colwell, B. Brinkman, C. Voorhis, D. Herrman, D. Anderson, K. Meeker, V. Henn, S. Williamson, C. Pour, L. Miller, M Blue, P. Lowry, M. Herrick, K. Moler. Row 2: N. James M. Shroyer, K. Hartzel, E. Cochran, D. Lamka, S. Kilpatrick J. McAtee, J. Waite, L. Townsley, M. Battson, B. Virgint S. Wagner, C. Buirley, J. Welborn, Row 3: D. Schultz, K. Graham, M. Hobson, J. Bookwalter, M. Treon, K. Keehan M. Thohe, S. Reeves, J. Stoltz, B. Boze, B. Clingan, K Wogoman, D. Taylor, D. Pautsch, R. Stapleton, R. McNutt Row 4: B. Voris, W. Boger, D. Breeze, M. Favorite, J. Hufnal M. Eidemiller, D. Sanger, R. Brundrett, D. Cram, K. Wright M. Johnson, C. Wray, N. Lewis, R. Walker, T. Wilson, J Thorpe, P. Schroeder. The Better Throctts LADIES' CHORALE - CRightJ Row 1: L. Reiman, K. Coffee, B. Grove, V. pres., K. Kirby, Row 2: C. Dreiling, N. Grimes. Row 3: N. Hill, T. Wildman. Row 4: L. Sanger, L. Jackson. Row 5: M. Marinello, P. Loschiavo, S. Jones, T. Ryan, C. Roszell, K. McGraw. Row 6: C. Dixon, B. McGee, sec., K. Hansen, B. Flory, pres. MEN,S MATIN CHORALE - CBelowJ Row 1: J. Kessler. Row 2: G. Knoderer, T. Cheney, T. Kendall, librarian, B. Johnson, J. Pierce, C. Couch, R. Ross, R. Tate. Row 3: J, Dilworth, J. Hershey, J. Hobson, J. Davis, T. Thiedernan, pres., J. Headapohl, M. Welty, D. Trostle, J. Varley, G. Stone. Row 4: M. Grilliot, T. Hill, J. Utrecht, D. Huston. Missing: T. Moore, sec. JUNIOR-SENIOR CHOIR - Row 1: G. Ruder, K. Brundrett, K. Kirby, B. Grove, M. Manson, S. Reiman, IC. Hewitt, N. Grimes, L. Jackson, D. O'Keefe, T. Wildman, C. Dixon, N. Hill, C. Roszell, C. Lawrence, K. Zimpher, V. Garst, Bl Oyerliolser, N. Grimes, C. Dreiling, P. Loscliiavo, V. Niles, E. Tipple. Row 2: we V. Rabada, E. Orsborn, V. Long, B. Powers, S. Stump D. Hawkins, L. Phifer, L. Gray, M. Marinello, L Sanger, B. Flory, M. Bader, D. Iddings, V. Garst, M Arnett, L. Allen, B. Lathrop, A. Browning, B. McGee S. Jones, T. Ryan, K. Coffey. Row 3: B. Sinks, J Stafford, L. Shanesy, G. Hoke, S. Blackmore, G. Stone T.H.S. Choir.. lit' i, l R. Ross, R. Tate, B. Studebaker, J. Davis, D. McCabe, D. Trestle, J. Utrecht, D. Huston, T. Chaney, G Knoderer, C. Couch, J. Rapp, B. Chipley, B. Fine K. Gheen, K. Buckles, V. Wilson, K. Hansen. Row 4 J. Henderson, H. Faust, R. Myers, B. Johnson, J Kessler, T. Thiedeman, J. Dilworth, J. Hershey, J Hobson, H. Headapohl, T. Moore, C. Cram, J. Varley, C. Finnigan, M. Welty, M. Grilliot, T. Hill, W. Lammers, T. Kendall, J. Pierce, M. Cochran, R. Mayer, G. Elliot, K. McGraw, C. Hemm, N. Meyers, K. Rhoades, S. Hartman, K. Rhoades. A Tone GF Excellence 'WK ,,,.x. W' it Bd' W. ARTS AND CRAFTS - Row 1: S. Braun, pres., K. Oxley v. pres., J. Rudy, sec.-treas.g B. Chipley, S. Shultz, R. Boise B. Boise, C. Macy, M. Caldwell, Mr. Preston, advisor. Row 2 R'. McCulty, D. Pugh, M. Boekholt, V. Schubert, B. Cheney, L. Miller, J. Huffaker, H. Faust, E. Osborn, L. Stull, M Shroyer. Row 3: B. Sink, M. Miller, C. Summer, M. Bader, E. Dixon, J. Peltier, C. Fox, B. Gwisdala, K. Meigs, L. Gillman. Row 4: D. Huston, P. Price, D. Hatfield, L. Couch S. McConnell, M. Ward, C. Mathes, S. Brown, K. Hartman, P. Shrock, D. Pitsenbarger. Row 5: D. Rhodes, L. Cheney, C. Barton, C. Hemm, K. Kreitzer, C. Randall, L. Smith, C. McKinney, L. Allen, B. Counts, M. Arnett, N. Miller. Row 6: J. Phifer, B. Ross, A. Swihart, K. Haynes, G. Mott, M. Force, M. Weaver, C. Counts, R. Pittenger, K. Richter, B. Worsham. Row 7: P. Reed, M. Nicklaus, J. Dixon, R. Francis, B. Fine, B. Pour, L. Denlinger, R. Ezell, A. Meredith, S. Blackmore. Thesplons Learn Self-Expression from Brilliance of R. Thenyoumoveyourwhoosits... THESPIANS - Row 1: Mr. Maybe1'ry,advisorg J. Karnehm. Dannin, C. Dixon, B. Bourque, B. McGee, N. Thornburgh Row 2: B. Williams, J. Mc.-Xtee, D, Hoak, H. Bailen, S. Stump, V. Wilt, D, Albright, R. Pittenger. K. McGraw, S. Reiman, R. Mayer, T. Wildman. Row 3: E. WD ,MMM VJ' ww .,. -'Y W .H-f, - M f-.Urffxwl 1 5' WN' , We wwf ' 1 , Mi :I,f?M Tw .,? ,' 'lr l. LIBRARY CLUB - Row 1: B. Gorrell, M. Bader, V. Rabada, v. pres., T. Cheney, sec., M. Rhynard, pres. Row 2: S. DeLong, L. Jones, J. Swabb, M. Stephan, A. Lynch, Mrs. Jeffers, advisor, J. Gallagher. Row 3: J. William- son, P. Hooley, S. Duff, J. Denney. 51 "These Are Not Ordinary Clubs" OFFICE WORKERS - Row 1: P Avey, K. Duff, V. Hobbs, N. Gal- breath, B. Overholser, C. Browning, P. McDonald. Row 2: M. Marinello K. Berkshire, E. Hewitt, L. Elling- son, G. Elliott, A. Manson, R Crolnes, Mrs. Reed. Row 3: M Clark, R. Hoover, L. Lutz, M McKenna, N. Phelps, B. Robinson S. Elifritz, S. Robbins. Row 4: M. Carr, B. Furrow, K. Yount, M Free, D. Gass, T. Battle, V. Shoup J. Taylor. Row 5: D. Gilpin, D Langford, C. Tinch, B. Lathrop, B Baker, K. Griner, S. DeLong, B. Gurklies. , . A995 'N-W. J sr f-X Towords Better STUDENT COUNCIL - Row 1 J. Grove, D. Deeter, C. Reason, sr advisor, C. Wofford, pres. Row 2 D. Pittsenbarger, D. Saul, S Schultz, T. Thiedeman, treas.g K Griner, sec., M. Jones, v. pres., G. Knoderer, H. Harbor. Row 3: T. Dickensheets, M. Strominger, C Jones, B. Swigart, J. Welbaum, R Tate, N. Lewis. Row 4: A. Millett M. Welty, K. Meeker, L. Donkelaar S. Stephens, J. Kemper, J. Heada- pohl, Mr. Conard, advisor, E Lewis, B. Campbell. Row 5: B Harbor, D. Rice, S. Arnold, R Leyda. Swing and sway with Pat and Jeff. Student Representation ! The Rec REC COUNCIL - Row 1: R. Tate, presq L. Wllaley, U. Hartman, J. Kessler C. Jones. Row 2: T, Sims, D. llonley, A. Houser, T. llickensheets, J. Grove. Row 3 N. Wright, v. p1'es,g T. Wise, D. Deeter, K. Griner. Row 4: M. Welty, F. Hickman sec.g D. Lamka, K. Hartzell, P. Bannister. f .2-?4l'?f. wa :L ' A . , - A, I 1 . - ,-- ...v. -X, f . K . .' : -1 2. 35. 'I .zqgj-k -- I. -. 4- ' Q 4'-I-1-"psf ' - . F: ,.i,lA,L H vi , li f, . -vi ,A -brgsgr A . "X yt X lt- J ,, ,Z ,. .. .. , N 1 i I I Qiliitw. , .1 , 'qv .- K' !', . . -- - ,- ' ' -ff-:A -f. K - f' x " ' - ,f ,. , l ' X . ' A . 1 , Lia? ' .V 3 N x . hzufjbgr ' '3 Q ' 'z ' gg iz 1'-, " ' -1- 4 it - -' ' ' . i K A ,. -. X V I' r Y . A a I 1 I -4 T n' .. .id , 1 ax- 5' I Q . , L s I . .1 -. - , - . I . ., f 'N 1 ' ' - ' I.. . Q- - A I ' -' , 4 N - ' i ' ' . Q Y. tg: A!:...v Q , F' 7 V . .-.Hi- , . S 1 . f X if , 'X 'Z A Q, R r i x 1 .L INTERACT - Row 1: J. Welbaum, T. Morton, F. McMullen, B. Frey, B. Doll. Row 2: D. McCormack, C. Kister, C. Reason, t1'eas.g K. Bomhard, T. Massie, pres., J. Walker, J. Moyer, sec.g R. Yount, M. Welty, v. pres., B. Dickensheets. Row 3: J. Moyer, S. Black- more, R. Schaurer, G. Hillman, J. Rosen, M. Welty, D. Dickensheets, R. Blizman, R. Tate, J. Hall, D. Martin, Mr. Farrell, advisor. Crightj Interact polls the student body during the national elections. The Race . .. 'ilfff ,ll 1, Jgwglfv f'l'WW" ' Rmgj W www M L lm., v ral To The Moon KEY CLUB - Row 1: C. Wofford, T. Schuenke, D. Deeter, Meeker, J. Johnston. Row 3: G. Dixon, li. gov., T. Thiedeman, v. pres., J. Kessler, pres., S. DeHart, sec.g M. Jones, treas.g P. Potter, A. Quillen, R. Denning, B. Johnson, J. Johnson, D. K. Evans. Row 2: Mr. Fogarty, advisor, M. Weakley, T. Mumma, B. Matthews, D. Galbraeth, D. Buchanan. --... r -if ff! White, J. Headapohl, M. Grilliot, K. Lavelle, J. Davis, G. l. M . ,.l..,g, ' ...ss V ,L I .f ' W' fi ' 'U T . ,- U i E New-. rs lz'C i Key Club sold concessions and helped officials during a spring bicycle rodeo held for children. Here sophomore members are working in the booths. nf Troy's Gymnastics, under Coach Stanley Simpson, compiled a 1-6 record. Paced by captains Mike Dilworth and John Davis, they faced a tough schedule, finishing 5th in the Western Ohio League. In state competition, Dilworth placed 18th on the still rings and Davis finished 9th in long horse vaulting. Overall, the team finished 12th in the state. IN. mill Qi GYMNASTICS - Row 1: R. Boze, S Druley, R. Parris, B. Frey, D. Harmon Row 2: T. Wilson, S. Smallenbarger, A Swihart, Mr. Simpson, coach. Row 3: E capt.g J. Davis, co-capt.g R. Carstensen. Gymnosts Finish 12th in Stare Below: Competing on the parallel bars is John Davis. I as M Qt 'Wi' ,,W,.v..W--N--H ' , .. ...---""' i . Above: Mike Dilworth performs his floor exercise in W.O.L. Pennington, D. Swindell, M. Dilworth, co- VARSITY AND RESERVE WRESTLERS - Row 1: Tony Miller, Bill Seipel, Ron Benning, Brad Eastman, Bruce Rice, Monte Swank. Row 2: B. Campbell, D. Mumma, K. Bomhard, B. Doll, R. Blizinan. Row 3: G. Shoup, B. Bey, G. Bell, P. Potter, J. Pask. Row 4: C. Bazzel, S. Taulman, P. Schroeder, C. Carter, D. Starkey, Coach Conard. Monte Swank during District action. Miller and Seipel Take District Titles Second Year Running Bill Seipel Takes 5th Place in State of Ohio Next year M1'. Conard Will be head football coach. We hope his Winning Ways in Wrestling Will continue in football. Annual Staff Bob Bey prepares to pin. I Kevin Bomhard working on a Stebbins Indian. Mofmen Display Usual Posse 81 Excellence WRESTLING - Row 1: B. Campbell, D. Mumma, K. Bomhard, Tony Miller, Bill Seipel, B. Doll, Ron Benning, Brad Eastman, Bruce Rice, Monte Swank, R. Blizman. Row 2: C. Bazzel, S. Taubman, P. Schroeder, G. Shoup, B. Matthews, B. Bey, G. Bell, P. Potter, J. Pask, C. Carter, D. Starkey. Row 3: M. Griffis, D. Hughes, M. Longendelpher T. Goodin, M. Woelk, C. Wray, J. Johnson, N. Lewis, B. Ross K. Wright, T. Adams. Row 4: Coach Conard, E. Lewis, M Ingle, K. Jones, J. Thorpe, J. Lightner, G. Schock, J. Allen T. Darner, M. Bluthardt, L. Thompson. VARSITY T - Row 1: B. Meyers, sgt.-at-arms, B. Johnson, treas.g J. Johnston, V. pres., D. Deeter, pres., T. Schuenke, sec., J. Welbaum, D. Dickensheets, J. Moyer, J. Hines. Row 2: J. Davis, R. Blizman, D. McCormack, G. Meeker, R. Garrett, T. Massie, J. Lloyd, J. Hall, Mr. Sheehan, Mr. Fletcher, advisors. Row 3: B. Frey, B. Milligan, C. Kister, T. Kendall, M. Jones, H. Rhoades, S. Blackmore, G. Collelo, G. Hillman, D. Huston, R. Adams. Row 4: C. Gates, J. Denney, T. Cheney, J. Tusk, B. Dickensheets, D. Martin, M. Welty, L. Fields, J. Pierce. Row 5: C. Cram, J. Johnson, T. Reese, C. White, K. Artz, J. Voris, G. Hanner, R. Gelver, T. Francis, T. White, M. Dilworth. Row 6: B. Wright, M. Jackson, R. Pittenger, F. Worth, T. Miller. B. Seipel, B. Rice, C. Bassel, R. Benning, B. Eastman, M. Swank. Row 7: B. Doll, J. Headapohl, D. Mumma, B. Bey, D. Pittman, C. Reason, M. Richter, T. Mason, J. Lightner, D. Trostle. We Did It For You, Mom! QW arch www WDM - New Ideas 'naar DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUBS OF AMERICA - Cleftl Row 1: J. Higgins. Row 2: B. Webster, v. pres., G. Grump, pres., L, Heffelfinger, treas.g C. Trucksis, parliamentarian. Row 3: L. Ison, K. Gearliart, C. Becker, C. lVIoore, K. Taylor. Row 4: D. Massingill, Mr. Sugg, advisor. COOPERATIVE OFFICE EDUCA- TION - Cbelowj Row 1: N. Plantz, S. Wion, B. Poland. Row 2: M. Ingels, J. Rehmert, sec., V. Hobbs, v. pres., J. Lewis, pres., V. Melvin, treas. Row 3: M. Caldwell, P. Avey, D. Kalmar. Row 4: L. Cress, S. Peirson, G. Lewis, M. Griffis, Miss Engleliart, advisor. . . . Reach More Students OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE - Cleftb Row 1: S. Victor, pres., D. Brown- ing, N. Rogers, C. Casey, C. Baker, L. Ferguson, sec. Row 2: R. Gwisdala, J. Hewitt, B. Sharits, G. Irwin, J. Anderson. Row 3: Mr. Hershey, advisor, D. Welbaum, J. Cox, V. Freeman, S. Harshbarger, K. Saunders, R. Quillen, Miss Scantland, advisor. VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CLUBS OF AMERICA - Cbelowj Row 1: F. Bundy, R. Welker, D. Dempsey. Row 2: P. Shaffer, D. Wagner, T. Hare, J. Higgins. Row 3: D. Farley, G. Herrmann, G. Gates, B. Elam, E. May, Mr. Mitchell, advisor. lg, l I 41' 1.01 ol VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS - Row 1: B. Allen, D. Grenko, S. Zimmerman D. Browning, P. Thompson. Row 2: B. Pennington, V. King, S. Shepherd, L. Church, M Vandivier. Row 3: L. Burton, K. Epperson, J. Mikels, V. Sharits. Mr. Lee Mitchell helps a VICA student with a problem. An Apprecicatecl Service x .-as .ff is lf , i. X' , 2 A S Q Q 'ITE Q ig 1 E CAFETERIA HELPERS - Row 1. S. stewart, R. Yearsly, J. Sewers. Row 2: A. Rudisill, J. Callahan, . ' fl , 'K D. Ward. Loretta Phifer and Valerie Elam enjoy their lunch. Sheryl Lauber, Darlene Ward and Jackie Callahan help clean the kitchen. .1 V , W H , if TJ W FW' iff ff f , ni KM v 1 ,L 4, 4 ,, W, , Q Q ,1 Y if i l .' WMS f N- A ' vim' 4 -x 'C , '54 kia 2"fwi3:' , 1 .M ' ' , ff' ' . wrwww M :Q M fy., H tv ff' 1 J F , , ww LJ- 1 w M w s if , M' fr , N E 2 ,s w ii 54 ' f ' w' W ' X,f 2, , M y " -- 4 Y 1, N , Nxxx Wg 1,1 VV. Mah W,JQ'w ,,,,fMVbw 1 wwf J Kg , gg ,ii ' i,1f1,Q"' Af' www W mMi'c:N', ,IH ' ' M H nw uv xxx? ' W-aww" Av, 'v:w'C' yy' f V X fl if Mvili W , W M 'Nu I rs ,XC iq K 'YQ i, . rl 1-.4"" l We . - fn of ' f - 'J W, -Q . U .A 1 We . v -si X... E f f lltil il i f ' l M' s W ,NNY .QM 'tx We Get Out 0 Class . .. 5' .T . .. ., 1 KJ' l1E':tM . l fi I. if V Engl? ,.. 1 PROJECTIONISTS - Cabovejz D. Davey, B. Morrett, D. Bennett, D. Gurklies, R. Adams. BUDGET COLLECTORS - Cbelowj Row 1: P. Thaxton L. Ellingson, G. Elliott, P. Shrock, E. Hewitt, N. Miller, V Edwards, K. McGraw. Row 2: M. Burns, V. Rabada, H Bailen, V. Campbell, C. Dyas, J. Elifritz, V. Henn, P. Black L. McErlane. Row 3: C. Lawrence, M. Weikert, L. Grey, B Chipley, J. Dixon, D. Harris, L. Leyda, S. Palmer, J. Jenkins B. Neth. Row 4: K. Berkshire, C. Dixon, N. Gretzinger, C Donkelaar, S. Hartman, T. Montjoy, S. Wogoman, G. Bentley J. Sawchuck, W. Gross. Row 5: R. Tate, R. Griffith, T. Bartz M. Detrich, T. George, E. Pennington, D. Force, B. Rice, D Herman, D. Schultz. Row 6: J. Welbaum, M. Grilliot, B Milligan, R. Quillen, R. Brading, S. Karnhem, G. Alspaugh J. Conard, M. Welty, J. Johnston. if i 9 'af- Q r, if I Q1 sux ML? - ., X, Q: 'r Nl' , Spring Sports Scene i T 4 Z: i f . NWSFT if GIRLS' SOFTBALL TEAM - Row 1: S. Norris, B. Gross, M. Carr, J. Peltier, C. Wiehe. Row 2: R. Bristley, K. Cahlander, D. McKee, M. Mercer, S. Drake, L. Miller. Row 3: A. Carr, S. Shimmel, S. Wolfe, P. Mallery, V. Gearhart, P. Powers, J. James. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM - Row 1: N. Galbreath, V. Niles, A. Iddings, L. Donkelaar, A. Houser, C. Hamilton, S. Barga. Row 2: D. Huston, B. Flory, J. Meeker, K. Meeker, C. Long, C. Force, C. Long, Miss Heffner, Coach. T5 1 'i f ii,N'i g 5' ' Ei .gmt-111 , i,.. 'O ww 4? M T,.,.,,..,..:,, 'F ,,.,!!!G b Yvx' ' ill ? ll .I l ...T ..,. , - , K "S 7 ., E l S H or 1 VTE... .- WM llli Tff'1QTliiLl.lQ.iF is I if J V- K ..,,,.M: f + i f L ? f ' 1,5 fe A A , ,Hg i.i. Ieiei 5 eM,V x A S .. ,rj if veifiif1f"g,.e I V -ifwtr' . .isiqw-A g 1 . liflill iirr ' . M I' .IM " 'I' iiiii AWE. se ,, l . Ninety-Five Girls Cooking Breokfost? J-TEENS S.0.S. - Row 1: K. Copp, v. pres., B. Chipley, N. Miller, pres., K. Oxley, treas.g L. Pautch, A. Meredith, sec., K. Donkelaar, treas.3 Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Brewer, advisors. Row 2: D. O'Keefe, E, Orsborn, C. Green, R. Pittenger, C. Summer, S. Schultz, S. Blackmore, R. Ezell, B. Counts, L. Allen, N. Gretzinger. Row 3: K. Brundrett, V. Rabada, N. Elam, J. Dixon, M. Nicklaus, B. Cheney, P. Reed, P. Webb, B. Sink, M. Bader, B. Worsham, K. Richter. Row 4: B. Swigart, L. Gray, K. Salb, G. Elliot, L. Ellingson, P. Thaxton, K. McGraw, R. Mayer, L. Jackson, P. Kramer, C. Dreiling, S. Konkol. Row 5: A. Lynch, S. Hartman, K. Rhoades, E. Hewitt, K..Griner, L. Sanger, S. Jones, S. Cawley, G. Hoke, T. Caserta, S. Stephens, R. Coleman. Row 6: N. Meyer, P. Loschiavo, A. Millet, J. Stafford, C. Macy, B. Gurklies, R. Satterfield, B. Saul, K. Murray, J. Ingle, K. Peltier, J. Fulcher. Row 7: K. Clawson, C. Lawrence, B. Grove, M. Manson, L. Stichter, N. Wright, D. Hawkins, G. Ruder, B. Fine, M. Marinello, N. Galbraeth, L. Golowin, M. Gritzmaker. Row 8: V. Wilson, D. Donley, C. Tinch, M. Chronaberry, C. Dorsey, K. Zimpher, J. Snell, P. McDonald, S. Twiss, J. Grove, L. Cooper, V. Cruea, C. Line, T. Wildman. Builds Strong Bodies 89 Woys GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - Row 1: L. Gray, B Flory, treas.g B. Gross, sec., N. Meyer, sec., S. Stephens, V. pres., K. Griner, pres., A. Grey, C. Heffelfinger, T Weikert, S. Norris, S. Blackmore. Row 2: K. Zimpher, A Millet, P. Loschiavo, J. Dixon, C. Summer, S. Schultz, R. Mayer, K. McGraw, A. Iddings, K. Hamilton, B. Newman Row 3: A. Lynch, V. Cruea, L. Pautch, G. Hoke, C. Long, J. Snell, S. Hartman, S. Twiss, J. Grove, M. Marinello, V. Shafer, P. Fenner. Row 4: B. Chipley, S. Konkol, K. Salb D. Hawkins, B. Gurklies, M. Bader, C. Gurklies, J. Cawley I 9 L. Shafer, T. Kessler, L. Caldwell, M. Rousseau. Row 5: L. Donkelaar, V. Niles, C. Roszell, B. Lathrop, S. Reiman, N. Jakubec, B. Kuenle, S. Bercaw, C. Hines, B. Lenox, T. Boak. Row 6: F. Hickman, R. Cahill, K. Richter, C. Wiehe, R. Bristley, L. Curren, J. Blackmore, V. Edwards, D. Donley, P. Parris, J. James, K. Cahlander. Row 7: T. Jones, S. Lovejoy, L. Martin, L. Moreland, S. Cain, K. Caldwell, A. Favorite, S. Buchanan, A. Houser, E. Dixon. Row 8: N. Grimes, N. Grimes, N. Hill, S. Miller, L. Sutliff, D. Langford, C. Fox, K. Force, M. Buckman, L. Leyda. .M A-,i-RNVJIW 14g4V, H. , Y ' . ,-r... A f- .M M. i ii n .. , 41.1v5:5:.,,llTj.-1' i V, ' 4 X' fvvr -- .. 2"-e -. i.. ,. Wi f 4, 'I f I. QP" K N' . ' . :fn . 'n- 19 e . 'Q ff' 'fffil ox 3554 ' in all' 1'A ' 4 DA QAM-1 - 3 , ,, .Mgr W 'r-suv-fr-v-"'-f-N -- .,...... 1? 5, ,H i A J. .S V .. f Hi' f'QVW1W4 4... 3: i."J3jQ'n?J,if "' P 'rf l A-. L- .K v il: YNAA g?i'gk?Z1.giQ.L GOLF TEAM Cbelowj - Row 1: M. Walpole. Row 2: G. Macherling, P. Groff, D. Shroyer, B. Twiss, D. Sampson. Row 3: R. Pittenger, D. Buchanan, D. DeMar, D. Bird, Coach Kazmaier, J. Lusk, T. Cheney. Cleftl Doug Buchanan putts while Dave Cheney and Rick Pittenger give professional tips. Cabovej Pittenger swings. Golf With Kaz Distonce, Weight Men Provide Top Trock Captains Tom Massie, Marshall Jones. Coaches Denari, Hartman and Simpson. Pertormoces Troy's Track Team, under first year coach Herb Hartman, represented Troy in some very tough meets. Marshall Jones broke both his mile and two- mile records. Tom Wise broke the shot put record. The Distance Medley Relay Team Went undefeated. Although the cindergrinders Will be hard hit by graduation, the Trojans will have many hopefuls returning next year. White. Row 2: D. Sanger, B. Campbell, I. Wilt, 'M. Kilpatrick, J. Allen, F. Bader, G. Bell. Row 3: T. Mason, G. Hanner, Greg Colello, Marshall Jones, Doug Huston, Tom Massie, Craig Kister, Cleo Wofford, Jon Pierce. Row 4: B. Doll, J. Welbaum, D. Hatcher, T. Wise, H. Rhoades, D. Wogoman, T. Reese, R. Griffeth, Joe Macy. Row 5: T. White, J. Ingle, B. Milligan, S. Smallenbarger, R. Kister, J. Lightner, T. Francis. Row 6: G. Shoup, S. Drewley, Dave Wells, R. Wilson, P. Cusac, M. Stuchelg manager, M. Ruffin, R. Kroninburg, J. Cochran. MEET RESULTS Trotwood Relays ...... ..... 4 th Mote Relays ......... ..... 5 th Stebbins Relays ..... ..... 9 th Fairborn Relays .... ..o.. 3 rd Troy Relays ......... ..... 4 th Xenia Relays ..... ...,. 5 th District .......,.. ....o 7 th W.O.L. D ..... Sth VARSITY TRACK TEAM - Row 1: B. Harbor, C. .V-V f"'J-ET-'Is-f1?.'F5f'5" "5 ' A, - f -, sf.-, L. V .-'1 1""-. ,pf xiilzfifw fi ' MN. - -1 . . , ,. ,, -. ., - - . R.-19' M Greg Colello Wins the 440. Tom Wise threw the shot 54 feet, Mike Kilpatrick in the broad jump Troion .1-iff' Doug Huston goes over 'Wir M i.'F.!-,. Cleo Wofford going over the hurdles. fun 11 feet. 2 inches. Highlights Marshall Jones wins the Troy Relays. ' if' i-il Jr' W 7 I N I . , ,W A T H f . "ul MY.. H. ' . J- I m U il i Yi, W' Q15 4735- My 'nhyl M' ' .N W.. H J. y ,,N. , . A M. ,ie il X 0,53 A W We M"-'tg 4 . Q fit? Q' . l '- A' '.' -'Yi W' ,, , '., W -41 '. 'lr Hfwipfsifsltizffrff MW'-,V eff Lyle, . ,Vi M nu. "CA Tom Massi f' .lt e and Joe Macy passing the baton. A familiar scene at the Troy Relays. Netters Take W.0.L. For 2nd Year This year's tennis team was the best yet. In the W.O.L. tournament, Trojan netters took first, second and third places in singles and doubles. Again George Meeker Was the man to Watch. M Jim Kessler waits for an easy one. . ew .al "T ffffrfrfl . .Lift ,- , 3 , Ly' ,- wiv ,K -' W ,.ff,,-N i j N I W7zc+1?f'i? ' 61,5 I + Q- ' fn i ,"'fi -' fl 'V ' ' A iv,, ' ,, Dave Galbreath hits one near the line. ai wi- WMM 'ww George V :fri J- F ,ll . N---. 4,,,...-.-o-HU" " Q. ,,...-uv' ,,i,.a Meeker warms up before the W.O.L. Tourney. .2 tttt .3tit'i.i. of lillt Q . fi iiiifiiz , f 3 55 'if iiii 2 iiiii W i? if T i in rj, rf, Q gif 5 Tom Kendall during District action. Baseball and Tennis Team BASEBALL TEAM -'Row 1: J. Moyer, F. McMullen, M. Bluthardt, C. Grenko, T. Morton. Row 2: Jim Hall, Jim Moyer, F. Worth. Row 3: J. Campbell, M. Grilliot, D. Dickensheets, Dennis Bodiker, Gary Hillman, Bob Johnson, Dave Claw- son. Row 4: J. Headapohl, B. Rade- macher, D. Martin, M. Jackson. Row 5: B. Morrett, M. Beatty, W. Newman, B. Wright, J. Elliott, J. Price. Row 6: T. Fry, Coach Majher, Coach Fletcher. VARSITY AND RESERVE TEN- NIS - Row 1: A. Mayer, C. Norris, J. Hannah, T. George, D. Utrecht. Row 2: Jim Kessler, Chuck Reason, Tom Kendall, Jeff Walker, D. Galbreath. Row 3: B. Moffitt, R. Berning. Row 4: K. Wright, G. Mott, M. Geisinger, M. Hillman, C. Jones. M iw f". lm , It 3. fir ' 4 N 37 335 ' 5 l ' " ..Q,5,,?-u ' M T Fil 'A' J 1 Q 2 si-'vi 'ina . ce: 43' JI, like i l 11:-:J 2 . Q . Wx -79 Bcasebollers Flnlsb 7 - 12 Our baseball team Went through a very frus- trating season. The team finished with a 7-12 record. Coach Preston pinpointed it on two things. Number one was the weather. The baseballers were forced to play an irregular schedule due to several rained-out games. The second was the players themselves. Although there were great performances on the mound, the batsmen couldn't get a hit at the right time. Several games were lost by a single run. Mike Jackson lead the team in hitting with a .289 batting average. Dave Clawson was named the most valuable player. 'Wwywl W W .., S-T-R-I-K-E Jack Headapohl pitches while Brad Eastman catches. HOLD-UP! Fred McMullen slides into base - safe. X , K K Y 5 , ,Wg j 'ww ' N N 'N V. 53yfv'wn4.,ww-'-3173, r ' Q i X ' ' 'Q' m7f,.1.r"m' ' " 'w-' N 'QXQQ QSWWK' Z ,,-. .-'. H, "' Www. - i m m ,imf im " h fl , vying '44 75 if in ' ,.-f-,.ff,:i?1Z . . ' , 3572? 54 ' ff' w K . -,.L 551-QV, 'I -,I 3. ' of .' 44 A w zi.:2m k! V -gf I 1 1j:QIi.. ,W .,j x:l,B1 L 1 3 gb. 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B.R.I.A.R. candidate for Mayor, acts a bit nervous! i' Jim Moyer leads . . .as the B.R.I.A.R. f boys show what they can do. l 2 ww fa Patsy Thaxton watches . . . as Gail Elliott gets ready to throw her share of the candy. fi' ' ', V A ' A ' , f7"'Hal1 Nancy Galbreath and Doug Trostle say . . . nothing like a little B.R.I.A.R. relaxation in the haystack! ...W.A.R .. M C Z wary' Mark Starkey and Jim Foy visualize the girls back home . . . while on the Front. George 'll 'ff , l W , rif' asf ,RAW f fps., Meeker . . . the W.A.R. party candidate for Mayor, has no problem with being surrounded by W.A.R. babes! f M M f f :fi lm W rl-- , U nw ly- QM, "off ," Q Tariff' lialwlgiifjimllrvmgcg,1,ff, ik in 'gi L, . H , i 4,,g!tglivfi,0-w':i'gm M f Sr? ,X , af M jim, 1 ' ' ' wav ,' ,J-' I,, H ' eff' -ff, : fee, mf f , 9 mr ,, 1,m: M:Sl4plf25?'Tilf : , limi in '-fqfi-P ' ' ' " ' ' ":- 17 , :?: A 4 ' M , ' -N 3 :M n mm ,'i,.Wi'-Q X IMWlw'M'i'w no M f fllllg? 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A M As Jr. Class advisor, Kaz spent endless hours each year helping many juniors to turn their plans into the most beautiful prom that THS had ever had. Mr. and Mrs. CQ H. Kazmaier. T. 1"?.fl"'!'45" R 'ir'- Allen Anderson discusses prom plans with a few juniors. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS - Seated: Randy Tate, p1'es.g Pat Tliiedenian, sec. Standing: Ann Millet, t1'eas.g Greg Knoderer, vice-pres. kk JUNIOR CABINET - Row I: S. Twiss, J. Grove, J. Rudy. Row 2: P. Thiedeman, R. Tate, G. Knoderer, A. Millet: Row Q I 7 S P I S 3: J. Snell, M. Welty, J. Welbaum, T. White, J. Flory. ...L...I ...+...,.. ww "Wh-... v SENIOR CABINET Cabovej - Row 1: B. Hartman, J. Kessler, J. Moyer. Row 2: D. Deeter, M. Cochran, S. DeHart, B. Swigart, S. Cawley, D. Huston. Row 3: lVIrs. Burk, advisory C. Reason, C. Roszell, S. Jones, M. Jones, J. Walker, T. Thiedeman, C. Wofford. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Cbelowj - Seated: Bob Rosen treas. Standing: Becky Hartman, sec.g Tip Thiedeman, pres. Cleo Wofford, v. pres. liz. I 1 5 1 Art ond Photography Q? in Vickie Schubert, art -3 Joe Dilworth, Teresa Caserta, Steve Perterka, photography. I f I , wg .mf W Monica Boekholt, art 3 Mirjam Boekholt, art Blood, Sweot, ond Teors for the ,, ,V ,, W '69 TRGJAN 4 V 'tv Q, J, A f E f. .fi , , ,sv wr Q , I K5 , ., if e - mi i , l 3392.5 ,, 1 9. 'M mga , Q l 'J in ,M 1 .W is . -, 4. - ' , '21 , N Q, W- ' 'l ii Q W i i M: I tm , wr --,sw sv , it -w--- ' 1 Cabovej Becky Swigart, Roger Garrett, Pixie Kramer, Cleftj Chuck Tamplin, Kathy Griner, Craig Kister. Judy Karnehm ..... Becky Hartman Mary Rhynard Chuck Tamplin ....,.....,.,..,.Editor ..,.............Assistant Ed. ..,...,..........,Assistant Ed. Business Manager Craig Kister .......,. .....,...,..... S ports Ed. Roger Garrett ...... Kathy Griner .,.,... Vikki Rabada ....... Becky Swigart .,,,.. Hillary Bailen .,... Mitzi Bartee ...,......,.. Vicky Campbell Pixie Kramer ....... Kristy Ki1'by ...... ...,.....,,,,Sports .........,...,.Staff .......Faculty Ed. ...,.,...Underclass .............Typist .....,..,Staff ..,....Typist .........Staff ........,Staff A l Cabovej Judy Karnehm. Cbelowj l, to r.: Vicky . .. V 6,5 X35 1 gg X X -XXL Xff ' . 1- -Q M5 N' gush .sm V I, , Q. V . , cam h6h,.... THE TROJ AN STAFF GIVES A SPECIAL THANKS TO MRS. MOORE, MR. COLE, AND MR. ENGLISH FOR THEIR HELP AND ENCOURAGEMENT THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. - rw- J , Mrs. Davis passes out the Gregg Shorthand awards Charlene Cleveland receives the Arion Award from Mr. Wildman. Awards for Achievement and Service Mr. Conard recognizes the fine service of the color guard. tv f is Mr. Secoy poses with the recipients of National Merit Letters of Commendation. Cl. to r.D Tom Dunnam, Fred Miller, Elaine Eberley, Tom Schuenke. Mr. Hoffman passes out dictionaries to seven seniors with a four-year perfect attendance record. The Mathematics Pin is presented to Ray Swigart by Awards . .. The Scholar-Athlete Award is presented to Doug Huston by Mr. Smith. ...ond More Awards Sherry Cawley accepts the Valedictorian Trophy and congratulations from Mr. Jeffers. National Honor Society members look for the new members they are to tap. Yearbook awards are presented to the Trojan staff. J NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - Row 1: D. Albright, B Flory, J. Hobson, G. Dixon, T. Dunnam, D. Hoak, C. Dreiling, B. Rosen, B. Williams. Row 2: K. Griner, B. Grove, K. Kirby L. Donkelaar, B. Gurklies, E. Eberley, F. Miller, R. Schaurer, M. Jones. Row 3: V. Schubert, E. Dannin, M. McKenna, L Lutz, C. Hemm, M. Caldwell, M. Katterheinrich, J. Conard President Tip gives Mrs. Burk a retire- 1 ment gift to keep her busy, a package of flower seeds. M.C. George Meeker gives Sue Sucheki the award for Best T. Wildman. Row 4: B. Chipley, B. Swigart, R. Mayer, K. Copp, S. Schultz, S. Jones, J. Schilling, V. Miller, G. Colello. Row 5: Mr. Prouty, adyisor, B. Saul, N. Grimes, J. Kessler, B. Hartman, S. Stephens, D. Donley, T. Ryan, V. Cruea, H. Bailen, S. Cawley. !,,,fgl . .I Y -E ' QR 1 2 ll. gi Vivian Hobbs graciously accepts the Best - Wrestler for Most Pins and Take Downs Award. lux Y 'N...,ww Senior Dinner Liked in the Senior class. -97 SALUTATORIAN FRED MILLER VALEDICTORIAN SHERRY CAWLEY 'KOH TROY HIGH LIVE ON FOREVER" 6 Patty Thiedeman receives the Carson award for outstanding junior girl. Senior class President, Tip Thiedeman attaches the '69 colors to the color cane. Junior class President, Randy Tate then presents the cane to Tip and the class of 1969. Receiving the Vesper award for out- standing Junior boy is Dave Galbreath. Senior Chapel - Good-Bye To T.H.S. Terry Wildman plays the harpsichord during the Senior Chapel. Cleo Wofford accepts the Joy Steele Jones Memorial Award. Darla Donley and Vince Miller receive the Eagles Scholarship. x Scholarship Aworcls 1 I Mr. Kenneth Grubhs presents the Lions Scholarship to Kathy Griner. ff Jenny Ingle receives one of her two scholarships Shannon DeHart receives the Optimist Scholarship. K Miss Thompson M .. Q presents the ASTRA scholarship to Joe Conard. I H K 1' l JF l fwllliwx Q 5'-1 Ns flgjxw l x l if ff E. 15 -Q 'T vue 5, fm., 4 Jim Moyer accepts his Dollars for Scholars money. Mr. Prouty presents Becky Flory Memorial the Charles Liggett Van Cleve Award. .VU rl X 'I l Rev. William Saum delivers an interesting Baccalaureate. mugs, 7 gg l' '. ' Y slldilillir vu -I ,Nw 3-2, ' H w iw X lVlr. R. Murray Halton hands diplomas to Dick Vorpe Cabovej and Craig Kister frightb. Commencement ev Y , 5 i 5 fe.. 3 '-1 lily l 'fle- S1 Together as 21 class for the final time. M-JW A f Law WS ek , gm' I f,.v"',u Q 'M ' WW Jw" ' 'N W, 4 2 4 N N Nw wr ,tw A W Q E 'm""""Mm.., M war In Memoriam , X H YV : Y . H Q F '. f""Wrwi , ,. 'i' .fifww Robert C. Huston TRUE GREATNESS S19 A man lS as great as the i dreams he dreams, As great as the love he bearsg As great as the Values he redeems And the happiness he shares. A man is as great as the thoughts he thinks, As the Worth he has attained, As the fountains at which his spirit drinks And the insight he has gained. A man is as great as the truth he speaks, As great as the destiny he seeks, As great as the life he lives. - C. E. Flynn Twenty-one years of Dedication 'gl BOARD OF EDUCATION - 1. to r.: R. Murray Dalton, Robert R. C. Buchan, M.D.g Stanley C. Vorpe, O.D.g Harry Zurmelily, William M. Harrelson. Boorcl of Education SECRICTARIES - Mrs. Hormell, Mrs. Cramer, Mrs. Becker. , ox rf, l fa ' ,J ., , .JMR W . f--..,.... Mary Winner, Clerk of Board of Education Administration N-14 I l W - ig . Glenn B. Jeffers George H. Houck Robert G. Becker Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Administrative Assistant Superintendent Charles Secoy Howard B. Hoffman Supervisor, Secondary Education Principal '- 5 M' 1- Mmm Bertha Newton James Conard Director Food Service Dean of Boys Fi? Robert C. Conard Assistant Principal Thelma T. Thompson Dean of Girls Hove cs Hong-Up? GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mr. Robert Sheehan, Miss Ruth Bowers, Miss Thelma Thompson. Row 2: Mr. J. M. Fogarty, Mr. Allen Richards. S5'f"l!i"'f 9 HHH f "i'?i"jS'T1 LookThot Up In Your Funk ond Wognoll' r'-R ENGLISH DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mrs. Sue Lawrence, Mr. Frank Prouty, Mrs. Marcella Howard, Mrs. Diane Grimes, Miss Pat Hartle, Mr. Jim Mustard. Row 2: Mrs. Eileen Murray, Miss Melinda Jacob, Mr. Paul Mayberry, Mrs. Thelma Secoy, Miss Edna Floyd. Row 3: Mr. Richard Rosen, Mr. Phillip Bannister. With this change of weather, I can hardly stand up. Hey! Is that the latest Batman? fee' V l 108 - ---........,,,, 3 N-hnsvmf FOREIGN LANGUAGE DICPARTMICNT - Row 1: Mrs. Sally Middleton. Row 2: Mrs. Gladys Helton, Mrs. Sarah Haydon, Miss Zelpha Bowers, M1'. C. Jones, Mrs. Suzanne Kalmar. , -inf. They Spec1kWith Many Tongues , lvfwzml riff.-6 W l ,jaws 4-we ff QQ!-oMi"'.J Y. ssc... f ,,. 1 .Lf wwf- .... fu 'x , , Av.. , sp -. V, X521 .xiii-'-32 +1 DCEAX 'lV. l. 1 lxlx wkfmll' ,N xx 4" ' f"d1-Ng. 'NN M I 'kwxtx av gulf? Q wif? 'M V fm' ,N Mn, ,J nv, , Wx f,, L no W" . 2, f'Sfl,?f1 if lm k - '+I ' 'vu-1 I- rx fi' V if 6 ,jf ,f-ff' SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT - Row 1 'XII Robeit Fletchei lllis Ruth luil Mrs. Marlene Hannah, Mr. C. H. Kazmaiei Wli F ank Piouty Row 2 M1 Gcoige Dearth, Mr. Allan Anderson, Mr. James Mustard Mi James Conaid The picture on the right shows Mr. Anderson in the college room of the library viewing the films made available under the Title ll government loan. Along with films, there are charts, maps, periodicals, transparencies, film strips, professional books, pamphlets, books, film loops, and records that deal with minority groups in America. Also available for class as Well as individual study is the new five-volume International Library of Negro Life and History, the Negro Heritage Library, and the three-volume set of the Negro In American History, published by the Encyclopedia Brittanica Co. QgMtwei,n , A 4' k, -5. b.' I " 2 XXX 41 "H.f.,,,1 9 ' 3' -'X e V 5 I i.sf,37". -V J S 1 1' ' 7714111 " ' , , 5 4 'her WMLH I - 1 1 , W., f , , 9 , 5 ann lf"vy.p,ym7f X V 'Su X 1 5 3 Hain, S J r,,.,.wNM. Ks, , 1 .Lrg L fwf '14 I ,.. g 3,5 6 47 5 3 s ' ,PX X o-, N hs- E I 9' ' iw Wd, .C , A 1 MATH DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mrs. Diane Brewer, Mr. James Hoffman, Mr. Joseph Besecker. Row 2: Mr. Eugene Epperson, Mr. Charles Wiley, Mr. George Dearth, Mr. It Figures 5 W 15 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mr. John Thomas, Mr. James Reisner. Row 2: Mr. Edward Ashworth, Mr. Robert Brown, Mr. Emil Raveling, Mr. David Brewer. Row 3: Mr. Dale Vesper, Mr. N. G. Smith, Mr. Robert Denari, Mr. John Culbertson. f ,4- J i V A' is ww . lib 1 E 5 s 2 , 1 1 1 i f Q 2 - 2 1 V P A gnv f . E . v 3 4 , Q. Q7 J: bs : 'il A x I BUSINESS DEPARTMENT -- Row 1: Mrs. Mikel Brown, Miss Leola Abels, Miss Margaret Englehart, Mrs. Donna Waker. Row 2: Mr. Michael McCarthy, Mr. Robert Cole, Mrs. Christine Davis. Flying Fingers 3... -v We Follow Betty Crocker - NotFletcl1er's Flokey Foilproof! HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mrs Grace Fair Mrs Lois Smith Row 2' Miss Thelma But 9-. P' 114 - You Con Always Soy It's An Ashtray. e fm 1 , , -1 INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT - CL. to RJ: Mr. George Mitchell, Mr. Theodore Bascombe, Mr. Trent Leatherman, Mr. Raymond Cheney. twin, ,www unit WWW Wx"-w I in .ff ti 'S .S SPECIAL EDUCATION - Mrs. Margaret Weatlierhead, Mr. James Lovejoy, Mrs, Ruth Edington. Special Education Drivers' Education Vocational Education 116 - 'MMS-zulu! il J TROY atv scuoois i N DRIVER'S EDUCATION - Mr. Eugene Saxton. 'Y VOCATIONAL EDUCATION - Row 1: lVIiss Linda Scantland, Mr. Robert Sugg, Mrs. Gail Laufer. Row 2: Mr. George Mitchell, Miss Margaret Englehart, Mr. Dale Hershey. S Rising Generation 3, FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT - Mr. John Slonaker, Mr. Delmar Preston, Mr. Herbert Hartman, Mr. Paul Mayberry, Mr. T. H. Dooley, Mr. Charles Markis, Mr. John Wildman. g- ggfziz It Has S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT - Row 1: Mr. Stanley Simpson, Mr. Q U John Phillips. Row 2: Miss Barbara Heiffner, Mr. Norvin Smith, Miss Hildred Byrkett. To Work! X I Wi Mmmi 1-i Special Core Qgiarb mi TEACHER'S AIDE - M1-S. Mary Lou DeMar Given SCHOOL NURSE Mrs. Helen Hennessey. X G75 N V7 in-was SCHOOL SECRETARIES- Row 1: Mrs. Virginia Stang, Mrs. Janice Labbs. Row 2: Mrs. Gene Moore, Mrs. Pat Reed. Through LIBRARIANS - Mrs. Jeanette Updikeg Mrs. Grace Jeffers, Head Librarian. Special Services , l.. 1 NN wa an I , , L., if W- Y N, .M --vw W , 1 1 q u M" N X ,...- . 4 315' i. ' g Wi , ll: " . ,' f ' . ' , ' li- , T ' ,': " f" QT f, -Tri? C is ? - . off QV A All ' Ara H F' "" ' ,f l 5 1' J, V w, .1 3 1 1 1 E 1-5 ,W W W ,f if f . ' if as ,I , EE qt..-mal? A, vi 1 ' 'A vi K, 'D 'mt qc" lil X 2 X X E t , . l . . can V r L . K, V - -Y . CAFETERIA WORKERS - Row 1: B. Lavey, H. Olwine, C. Lowrie, V. Gnodle, K. Heffner, N. Rhynard. Row 2: J. Kiefer, J. Stager, M. Pearson, I. Reed, V. Wion, E Higgins, M. Suppinger, P. Young, C. Buchanan. Row 3: L. Connard, T. Macy, C. Kiser, B. Mallory, G. Bristley, B. Price, B. Vanchure. CUSTODIANS-Row 1: R. Suppinger man, S. Wesco, H. Hohoenstein, D Gilliam, G. Gurklies. All That Is Brown s Not A Raisin! E. Gillis, C. Wintrow. Row 2: H. Sea- BOARD OF EDUCATION Dr. Stanley Vorpe- O.D., Ohio State Mr. Murray Dalton-B.S., Miami University Dr. Robert Buchan- B.S., Wooster College, M.D., Ohio State M1'. William Harrelson - L.L.B,, Washington and Lee University Mr. Harry Zurmehly - B.S., Ohio State, M.Ed., Miami University ADMINISTRATION Mr. Robert G. Becker - B.S., University of Day- ton, M.Ed., Wittenberg, Xavier, and Miami Uni- versity Mr. James Conard-Dean of Boys-A.B., Marshall University, M.A., Mar- shall University, West- ern Kentucky, Miami Mr. Robert C. Conard - Assistant Principal - B.A., Marshall Univer- sity, M.A., Marshall University, University of North Carolina, Miami University, Wright State Mr. Howard B. Hoffman - Principal - B.S., Miami University, M.A., Miami University Mr. George H. Houck - Assistant Superintend- ent-B.S., Wilmington, M.A., University of Cincinnati Mr. Glenn B. Jeffers -- Superintendent - B.A., Muskingum, M.A., Ohio State University, Uni- versity of Chicago, Uni- versity of Denver Miss Bertha Newton - Supervisor of Food Services - B.S. Ed., Ohio State University Mr. Charles Secoy - Supervisor of Secondary Education - B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, M.A., Ohio State Uni- versity Miss Thelma Thompson - Dean of Girls - B.A., Muskingum University, M.A., Wittenberg Uni- versity, Ohio University, Ohio State University, Duke University GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Miss Ruth Bowers -- B.S.M., Capitol Univer- sity, M.A., Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University, Miami University, Toledo, Colorado Mr. James Fogarty-B.S., Ohio University, M.Ed., Miami University, Cen- tral State M1'. Allen Richards - Di- rector of Guidance - B.S., University of Cincinnati, M.A., Uni- versity of Cincinnati, Pennsylvania State, Antioch Mr. Robert Sheehan - B.S., University of Cin- cinnati, M.Ed., Univer- sity of Cincinnati Miss Thelma Thompson - fsee administrationj ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mr. Frank Prouty - De- partment Head - A.B., Alma College, M.A., University of Michigan, Harvard, Ohio State University M1'. Philip Bannister - B.A., St. Mary's, M.Ed., Duquesne Miss Edna Floyd -- B.A., Eastern Kentucky State, M.A., Miami University, Ohio State University, Cumberland College, University of Kentucky, Ohio Northern Mrs. Diane Grimes - B.S. Ed., University of Dayton, Ball State Uni- versity Miss Patricia llartle - B.S., Miami University, M.A., University of Michigan Mrs, Marcella Howard - B.A. Ed., Morehead State University Miss Melinda Jacob - B.A., Heidelberg College, University of Dayton Mrs. Sue Lawrence -B.S. Ed., Miami University, Wright State Mr. Paul Mayberry - Speech and Dramatics- B.Ed., Plymouth State College, Purdue Mrs. Eileen Murray-B.S., Manchester College, In- diana University, Wit- tenberg, University of Dayton, Ohio State Uni- versity Mr. James Mustard-B.S., Manchester College Mr. Richard Rosen-A.B., Ashland College, B.S. Ed., Ashland College, Miami University, Ohio State University Mrs. Thelma Secoy - B.S. Ed., Pennsylvania State Teachers College, B.S. N., University of Pitts- burgh, University of Wisconsin FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Mrs, Suzanne Kalmar - Department Head -- B.S. Ed., Bowling Green State University Miss Zelpha Bowers - B.A., Wittenberg Uni- versity, Western College for Women, McGill, Uni- versity of Mexico, Col- lege of William and Mary, American Acade- my, Collgate Mrs. Sally Haydon-B.A., University of Kentucky, Gothe Institute Mrs. Gladys Helton-B.A., Berea College, Miami University, College of William and Mary Mr. C, Jones - B.S. Ed., Wright State College Mrs. Sally Middleton - B.A., Berea College SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Mr. Frank Prouty - De- partment Head Csee English Departmentj Mr. Allen Anderson - B.A., University of Pittsburgh, Ohio State University, Wright State Mrs. Ruth Burk - B.S. Ed., Ohio University, Marshall University, Iowa University Mr. James Conard - fsee administrationj Mr. George Dearth - B.S. Ed., Ohio State Univer- sity, M. Ed., Wittenberg University Mr. Robert Fletcher - B.S. Ed., Ohio Univer- sity, University of Day- ton, Wright State, St. Francis Mrs. Marlene Hannah - B.S. Ed., Miami Univer- sity, Ohio State Univer- sity Mr. C. H. Kazmaier - B.S., Wittenberg Uni- versity, Toledo Mr. James Mustard- Csee English Departmentj MATH DEPARTMENT Mr. Eugene Epperson - Department Co-Head - B.S., Miami University, M.A., Miami Univer- sity, University of Illi- nois, Sacramento State College Mr. James Hoffman -Co- Head - B.S. Ed., Engi- neering, Ohio Northern University, M.A., Pea- body, Miami University, University of Illinois M1'. Joseph Besecker - B.S. Ed., Capitol Uni- versity Mrs. Diane Brewer -Q B.S. Ed., Miami University Mr. George Dearth - Csee Social Studiesj M1'. William Farrell - B.S., Michigan State University, University of Dayton, Wayne Uni- versity, Wittenberg, Uni- versity of Illinois, Capi- tol University Mr. Eugene Saxton-B.S., Lockhaven State Col- lege, Kent State Mr. Charles Wiley - A.B., Manchester College, M.A., Indiana Univer- sity, University of Illi- nois SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Mr. Dale Vesper - B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Miami University, Drake, University of Wisconsin, Wright State Mr. Edward Ashworth - B.A., Marshall Univer- sity, M.A., Marshall University, Wright State University Mr. James Beisner - B.S., Miami University, M.A., Miami University, Earl- ham, Wittenberg Mr. David Brewer - B.S., Miami University Mr. Robert Brown - Co- ordinator of 'tOperation Science" - B.S., Bowl- ing Green State Univer- sity, M.A., University of Michigan, Harvard, Ohio State University Mr. John Culbertson - B.S., Ohio State Univer- sity, Miami University Mr. Robert Denari - B.S., Indiana State Univer- sity, M. 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Ed., Capitol University, Bowling Green State University Mr. Charles Markis-B.S., Miami University Mr. Paul Mayberry-Qsee English Departmentj Mr. Delmar Preston-Art Department Head - A.B., Marshall Univer- sity Mr. John Slonaker - Music, Band-B.S. Ed., Miami University, M.S., Miami University Mr. John Wildman - Or- chestra - B.S., Univer- sity of Cincinnati, M. Ed., Miami University PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Mr. Norvin Smith - Di- rector of Athletics Miss Hildred Byrkett - Health and Physical Education, B.S., Miami University, University of Wisconsin, Ohio State University Miss Barbara Heiffner- Health and Physical Education-B.A., Otter- bein College, University of Dayton Mr. John Phillips-Health and Physical Education - B.S. Ed., Ball State University Mr. Stanley Simpson - Health and Physical Education - B.S., Langston University SPECIAL EDUCATION Mrs. Ruth Edington -- A.B., Marshall Univer- sity, University of Dayton Mr, James Lovejoy-A.B., Marshall University, M.A., Miami University, Bowling Green State University, University of Dayton Mrs. Margaret Weather- head - B.S., Defiance College, University of Dayton, University of Wisconsin DRIVERS' EDUCATION Mr. Eugene Saxton-fsee Math Departmentj TEACHERS' AIDE Mrs. Mary Lou DeMar - Miami University, two years fine arts major J ,. 4,. lr dxf, tl fr? Vt Class Of 1972 M ' ' . A-I . ,. I L . .W .. , , . i w' mx, . f - 7 gw 1' 1 Hy.. fl-P . ., .. .E L' K MW " ' '. . - 's H .ws xx .2 ,,.,, ' 5 4535. M.-l, '1f ' ,,,,., ,. . -e i , ,. .M -df r .... -- MMW EY5:-1 vim-1 '- Www'-.wa Page 124 ftopj Debby Hatfield and Bill Twiss at Piqua rally. Crightj Shelly McConnell and Bob Rudy at Home- coming Dance. Cleft centeri Mary Gretzinger in language lab. Cbelowb Freshmen enjoy basketball game. Page 129 Bob Rudy creates. fbelowj ALL CLUB SERVERS - Row 1: C. Long, P. Bannister, P. Price, T. Dickensheets, D. Huston, S. Colwell, B. Twiss. Row 2: N. Lewis, R. Walker, E. Lewis, M. Johnston, E. Cochran, D. Herrmann, S. Stilwell. Milf.. 184' 1 .2 - 125 M. 1 1 Ezjxq . in f L R Q: f J J 5 i lg l . li I .. i ififfifffg 5 fr 5 3. N53 17-J - ""' X. tm P: P S- A - iiia - lrif .9 er xfl V 5 ii lx, wx Q - VX FX ' P X gmc, 1: llil er, ' wa. M A litli for . . C' cw 5 M' V rlll A lg f' . .e V , 35 9 . .4 if , . - 2:1 X PX K if fri, f 'V' J ls?-lr . . 'ees' il' ' A N' X li' V ' L i 'f A ' A . ? 1 1 A ill ', V? ,N , ' if' .ravk 'V lv'r"'x X ' 5 Q ' Pl P fi' ffl W Q in H P ig' 1 i i c 1 1. Q - A Q eh a . - I 5, l KX 2 . ' -f X l 1 X 'fk' X X .3 ' .. X , 'ia ' . ' 5 ' -'fe ff.. - , - ' '-- as 1 P . ,. , - ,Jil -fr . A , 1 . ff 92' 341 , . F' X . T if ug.. J X . 1 ' . "" si ,V ,, X , ff 'N KV V ' V . .5 4 ' V E FRESHMEN T. Adams, B. Adkins, R Adkins, M. 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Waters, C. Watren, C. Weaver, M. Weaver, R. Weaver. M. Weikert, J. Welborn, R. Wesco, S. Wesco, L. Whaley, N. Whitmore, D. Williams, J. Williamson. S. Williamson, J. Wil- loughby, S. Wilson, T. Wilson, I. Wilt, R. Woelk, K. Wogoman, D. Woodall. L. Woolery, C. Wray, K Wright, N. Wright, T Young, V. Zimmerman, D Zurmehly, P. Matthews. Class of1971 'V-if PROM SERVERS - Row 1: C. White, C. Grenko, J. Earhart, T. Wise. Row 2: R. Bristley, K. Long, D. Pitsenbarger, D. Donely, B. Hoefler, S. Buchanan. Row 3: T. Weikert, A. Houser, J. Meeker, D. Cleveland, J. Ingle, J. Johnson, B. Wright, D. DeMar. f nfl ll fabovel The Sophomores show a great Class Spirit dufiflg 3 PEP muy contest. frightb Diane Pitsenbarger learns what she will need to know for the Block T. '71 y I .."4g. Y si- . S A 'Sf A it 1 Nl , . 3 A' F xiii' iii li lfiif 2 W is I tt ir? is X 6 - .af Y S -...Q ..-..-...aan W T S is-'lin xv GIRLS' TRACK TEAM - Row 1: B. Brinkman, C. McCabe, J. Snyder, it 1 1 1 31.51 L. Phifer, L. Grey, L. Miller. Row 2: S. Blackmore, B. Brown, L. Cheney, J. Peltier, C. Wiehi, C. Mathes. Row 3: D. Powell, C. Bascome, A. Carr, T. Hillman, S. McKinney, L. Holfinger, R. Bristley. MLW '- 55. 55. ? 1 K- iii.i . 55 Q fflfilwwli l V lit ll ' T 5 'W l l The Sophomores show talent, intelligence and spirit in all that they do. They, both boys and girls, displayed ability in sports, scholarship, music and drama. A! SOPHOMORES R. Adams, B. Adkins, D. , Adkins, N. Adkins, B. K E' ff girl' ,,,. Albright, M. Alexander, C, Q' f ' A , Anderson, D. Anderson. "' " ' K K 'C f B. Andrews, J. Applegate T. Arcidiacono, V. Arnett K. Artz, D. Avey, J. Avey C. Bailen. 1 P ' Us 1 I ' " 1 Jw, :su M. Bannon, R. Barton, L. Battson, C. Bazzel, C. Beckstedt, D. Benedict, S. Bercaw, R. Berning. D. Bird, J. Blackmore, M. Bluthardt, T. Boak, M. Bowden, R. Boyd, R. Boze, R. Bristley. I. K. Brown, N. Brown, R. E. . 5 , Brown, B. Bruner, S. ,ll i-- Q ...fb . X W. 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And ever has it been that love know not its own depth until the hour of separation . . . . . Brief were my days among you, and briefer still the words I have spoken. But should my voice fade in your ears and my love vanish in your memory, then . I will come again And with a richer heart and lips more yielding to the spirit will I speak. Yea, I shall return with the tide, And though death may hide me, and the greater silence enfold me, yet again Will I seek your understanding. And not in vain will I seek If aught I have said is truth, that truth shall reveal itself in a clearer voice, and in Words more kin to your thought. Mark A. Cummins November 21, 1950 - September 8, 1968 Blessed are the Peaeemakers - for they shall be called the sons of God. from THE PROPHET by Kahil Gibran, fcopyright 19685 by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, publisher SUSAN SCHULTZ TROY,S THIRD EXCHANGE STUDENT GOES T0 GERMANY I cannot help being excited about my coming year as Troy's foreign exchange student to Germany. What the year holds for me is uncertain. But it is all before me and I am eager for all the experiences and people that I will meet. People ask me if I'm not scared and sorry about leaving home. Naturally, itfs going to be difficult to say good-bye to everything and everyone I have known for the past seventeen years. But as Tennyson expressed it: I am a part of all that I have met, Yet, all experience is an arch where thro Gleams that untravelled world, And I feel that what I am doing is valuable. It is valuable because in an age of such appalling atrocities as the H-bomb, war games, and napalm, it is more important than ever for men to establish communicative contacts and understanding. For with every personal contact established and every friend- ship sincerely extended, there is a dispelling of hostilities between men and nations. And only then can there be peace and good will among men. Often I will think of Troy and everyone con- nected with my life here. It's a little sad to realize I won't see Trojans for more than a year. But I wouldn't give up the experience for anything! It is, I'm quite confident, going to be an invaluable year of personal "awakening" and exciting opportunities of which I intend to make the most. Hopefully upon my return, I can transmit to Americans those feelings and discoveries. I am not afraid of the coming year. For I will be among people. And I believe in a basic uni- versality of man - his differences arising only from the materialistic conditions under which he is forced to live. Sandburg saw .the world as: 'tPeople! flung wide and far, born into toil, struggle, blood and dreams . . . here are the loved and unloved, the lonely and abandoned, the brutal and the impas- sionate - one big family hugging close the ball of Earth for its life and being." .gvwwtww Susan Schultz ,WMWHQ l we H' YY wmmfm jhjfy SENIOR TOAST Glasses have been raised and toasts proclaimed since Neanderthal man first celebrated his great prowess at the hunt. Sitting around a roaring prehistoric fire, I'm sure he must have lifted a hoary hand, grasping an ill-shapen pottery cup, filled, no doubt, with fermented berry juice, and praised his fellow hunters, their skill, their daring, their courage. The ancient ritual has continued. The setting has changed slightly, but the plaudits are given for the same reasons tonight. The faculty - and I especially - would like to commend you for your skill, your daring, your courage. The skills you possess are many. You, as graduating seniors, are more sophisticated, knowledgeable, and erudite than any generation that has preceded you. You have been reading since you were six, you have been absorbing, for good or ill, the transmissions of that 20th-century marvel, the television set. Books, pamphlets, periodicals, and printed matter of all kinds have been daily fare for you. Teachers and educators and parents have insisted - no, demanded -- that you read, read, read. You have been exposed via panel discussions, speeches, and field trips to politics, philosophy, and biology. In short, you are the best-educated class to ever graduate from Troy High School. But my toast to you tonight is more in honor of your daring and courage. The strike of your generation against the outrages of war, poverty, and racial discrimination - against the social diseases of infidelity, conformity, and materialism - is a courageous act. You are a generation of youth who knows, understands, the deep meaning of the Golden Rule, and are bold enough and honest enough to practice it. That revolutionary action has earned you much criticism and ill will. When you've challenged traditional ideas, you've been reprimandedg when you've questioned authoritarian concepts, you've been censuredg when you've spoken the truth, you've been rebuked. You're not easy to live with. It's uncomfortable to have you around because you are a spur to apathy, a goad to complacency, a stimulus to indifference. But you are real. You are honest and resolute in a world that is woefully lacking in these qualities. You, as students, have taught us a great deal. We hope, sincerely, that you may have learned something from us as well. It is with messages of good luck on our lips and prayers of hope in our hearts that we bid you goodbye. 1 N l Al iw 1 s ' , V ll' Brian Babbitt Hillary Bailen 1 .l -M-W f fm , H w ill , 1 1 G, ' R ' l lar N Y f ,4 -.vi , , iw., wvmszglziii QM ' Hviiffxwzlw jg . f f, Connie Baker Pam Bannister r JK 'Vs 'ever Bev Adams Corrine Adams , ,Q .L-3 ff, :af fl, ,ff 1 'ig , David Adams Berman Albright , iff A David Albright Bill Allen W l" .3 uhm V rf :fm use i fi , 1 V' H N, A B John Anderson Pam Avey We Wont Two! - 155 TQ 9 -V f "" 1 gliwffly NW up l in ,f EW "W, , f N -4-W 5 57 -x f 7 My Mitzie Bartee Cindy Barton Chuck Bascombe lu Wi ,Wil-wu'rw4-ie' H' ww ' 1:5 Dale Bashore Bill Beaver Chris Becker Q-.aff rw? if 5 Ron Benning Katherine Berchtold Karlene Berkshire Wanda Binkley Steve Blackmore Dennis Bodiker Mirj am Boekholt lo f r i Q 'la' " 14" "-,V ' W S f"Z1,,T"'l A 'ww i'i-i . Rex Boise Bob Brandenburg Jim Braun Jenny Braun Monica Boekholt 7 I div es' ' was Bruce Boise Susan Braun . 'W' W l n S l -9 1 Al Bretland gg a V WV K 1 I if ., in if x y j l i .. 5 J l L ' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS: Craig May, Butch Gerken, Harris Harbor, Ed Mertz and Nick Gwin. Obviously Joyce is supporting a B.R.A.I.R. party victory. , ' . fm 'W E ,, xg, Bob Bretland Steve Browning few , ' QA' , rf 1 k ,....-vw ,. mm Larry Breuer Katy Brundrette Marley Buckman 5 -+ ' Z ,gn ww "" -vw W' " W M, we 9 'A Fred Bundy 1 il if E M, N , Y 5 ml H A Glenna Burton Debbie Browning Don Buckles Peggy Buirley Bruce Burnside Lenna Burton - 157 Spirit of '69 --1. 'Ui il w C , , A s , c as ii, ' fe Marcia Caldwell Vicki Campbell John Cannoles I V W . K-E If 1' fl grew' N 0 .ij " ' N if 9 Y in Jeff Cheadle Bonnie Chipley Linda Church Mindy Clark 5 M' , Charlene Cleveland Ray Clutter Mary Kay Cochran Greg Colello Marilyn Carr Connie Casey wink i Roger Clark ' .,.ii Ruth Coleman QL jig we in ,Q-,fa gli. ,WS Sherry Cawley QQ M, Dave Clawson , Wmimmmiw 1 37- 5:-in 41 We Pam Collins 12:- 5 an K , ,.4. E., 1 Wi Joe Conard Linda Cooper Karen Copp ,MF ,, A ,M Chuck Couch D as x., x 'Q' , Z Q . Q, N mvf ff' ' Ellen Dannin ' Wk E , H Q - X W E 1,1 k E l 1 , in Lee Ann Cress Vicky Cruea " 'C-1" x . r ,. f yn WW My ' Q Dave Deeter Shannon Dehart .-.rn l .,, rv-A ,' , . , ,win ' . V. , Brenda Denson Mike Dilworth Gary Dixon l Klux A .f II Sandy Delong Dave Dempsey Barb Denoyer W ' i f iii i iiii ld, wx M ,,. ,.. as ,Q i M , r K Ae gy 1 'L 'D V is fr f s f -is Edie Doll Linda Donkelaar Darla Donley Carol Drieling Laura Ellingson Kathy Duff Tom Dunnam Brad Eastman .Q Gail Elliott Karen Epperson Dick Farley W2 i ,5, : illl Elaine Eberly mwnw . Tw Bill Fields - , ,-.2 , A 'Eff --'Ee 'l WW -' ,Lai Bob Elam W M7-1. ,f '11 wi if ,, f ,, 1 Ml :..fs.l.u-A 3 M717 -1-n?k f - HW' Mais, k 'M,X,l,awwfL1n ' 5 f ,,,,,mw l I 1 sssfsmw + 4 Becky Flory , f " KV ji V' E 5-,L ag ,Y Dan Force Stan Fouts Jim Foy Gimly Fulflhel' Betsy Furrow Nancy Galbreath 'Wm ' f ,.i. i , :fs 5 I if ' 'SJ' U 471' If iq! .wi ,jf 1, , A . 'Q"24v.f Larry Gallagher Roger Garrett i if me ' 'wx , J, E Lucy Golowin Bonnie Goodpaster ire- i V U i ' f . ' ll Michele Grilliot Bettie Gurklies ,,, f,, J , , , M. , W n . 5 ,, Wg if W , "N .wi Becky Hartman Nena Grimes Y "' 1" Nick Gwin H New lll 7 if, 1 21 Yi X W Linda Harvey 1 frm 1V Q5 1 H Wm ti. - 1 2 ag 6 19' ll 1' if ' 1 Gary Gates iii 9 s Linda Gray Nina Grimes L. 1 Jim Hall Karen Gearhart Nancy Greer Kathy Griner Karen Hansen -- W sm- xii-. r"2-Sf'2w- :MIN E53 ' 'I ,X Qjmfrigif' i ' 3 sl W 4 EW H 4 ll e i f 'U Gi? f ' uf' Sifg at H ' y , Dotty Hawkins Linda Heffelfinger ' ' " V VV " r v , 7 5' f H1 'gf' w. 'Q' as ' M Vicki Gearhart Dave Grenko i 5 Jaw G NL Brenda Grove Harris Harbor -f-'sf Butch Gerken as lg i 'fl W'ug",Gi-5-. ., riffs, ll 2 A U W 1 1 ,N la. M ,i Hill Martha Griffis Gary Grump J- fa K XA m.,.,,,..,W 'W Tom Hare 5 Q r -as? Fil G . milf? Q lt b. W A ,, 1: ri., , ,ix figjgqzfq gig .S"'li1"'+wS9-i G -7- G, G i 9 i r ' rw" 'W 1 G 'sv i X 5 -If I' ,V if If ., Chris Hemm 1 'A W , ' 4 Joyce Henderson i wi .X ia. "A at. il 4,1 -an , jlw L - " l ,M Y. 0- 'fa " H- ' .fm W-vw ' A M . H , y ' ' ...Mmm l WM! ' hi ' ' - gi V W. 'Ji . fi .:,..,.. ,,,, 'l it Gary Hermann ijt it T!! Gary Hillman J ack Hobson Eva Hewitt Josephine Hibbard Jim Higgins 'ff' Dave Hoak Robin Hoover 'E H :gl If' I Vivian Hobbs Doug Huston Jerry Higgins Tom Hill TRO-.TEENS -- Cleftj P. Kramer, V. Hobbs, H. Bailen M. Cochran, J. Rehmert, K. Murray. Cabovej Row 1: E Tippel, G. Elliott. Row 2: M. Bartee, S. Reynolds. Row 3 P. Thaxton, K. McGraw. Opposite Cabovej Row 1: R. Mayer, L. Jackson. Row 2: K. Copp, S. Jones. Cbelowj Row 1: C. Cleveland, C Dreiling, K. Berkshire. Row 2: L. Gray, B. Lathrop, V Campbell, L. Ellingson. Row 3: K. Kirby, C. Line, Gi Fulcher. . POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM POM Debbie Iddings we Q, wg V 3 W 'W .. .. 'ww W , Y an 3 Q dw' ,M MW Jenny Ingle Mara Lee Ingles fmrmfw , . "' Q ,, , ,' g'l',-my-fw-f,'.p-5 lg ll-SM" ,,"' i'flw wJ,1ill , MJ' '1i'5l9Jml1fll' ' s Wo' EM ' A ,- fm ,- H ' ,'y,C,,' --,al , f fp if vi fr L Debbie Inman Linda Jackson 'Z www Bill Johnson Bob Johnson Jim Johnston Marshall Jones Mike Jones , nnn , Steve Jacobs Sharon Jones Mike Jordan Debbie Kalmar Judy Karnehm Mark Katterheinrich Tom Kendall W Mike Kerrigan ii 'M fi 1 ,4 M, '17-Q1 X , . . ix'--rl J .K " i at Jim Kessler Vicky King W! Kristy Kirby Tim Kirtley Craig Kister Susan Konkol I ' ' 's k a 3. mg ii' on Q5 Ji' ri ggi' I J 'F 37 iii' Julie Kozul Pixie Kramer Kay Kreitzer Jim Kriete Danny Lantz Betsy Lathrop Seniors Take Prize For Food Consumption Kevin Lavelle Gwen Lewis X 4 va 1 nm N " Z Cindy Line f f 31 N Y V W ,,,, f 1 'a' 1 fgfixz' Anne Lynch Y ,!w!s!!,, W Nw-V wi J e Www r .X Y., Cathy Lawrence yyyyy L Qgffwjui w xi , T wi, ff M-i m y Ll, ,N ' 4 1 no , Min ' v ww M, N W HV Mi 'iw ,fe 1 Eh va. , ,fa M 4 ,,,g4nnw-an Q ,,,,4qssv-W1 x mu ' WW' W "X 'sw in A ms q4M'My Judy Lewis ii W Mlm i H-L12 -ww-N I Sign. IAQ?-Tfliifa. , 1, ,tif 1' Q: A ww M i HUM WWI: Linda Lutz 'wmwh Jane McAtee MQ Hs, luv Vw' Doug McCabe Dave McCormick ein'-,- ,mi A S8 JE TW Bill McCoy 4,6 1,-!l Candy Macy Marilyn Markley b .. .- H, . A-.,.,.5' . I Mike Mathews .I ,Zvi N. - X, Rich McCulty mipig 1 gas . V Bi fr r f' 1 Joe Macy A W WM . Q-vi www, X p . , Toni Massie ,K W dw l 2 , Q - I - Craig May FK . X ,x Rosemary Mayer George Meeker Becky McGee Arleen Manson , :ww Don Massingill ".'if"1m1'l'i-'ini' l i i i Jw J 1 i :Egg m i. , i , V Eric May A Vicki Melvin Karen McGraw Mary McKenna Ron McMullen . A - " 'wi' ... .W V fm... , - ,ga-1 +A-Qin" 'Wg-if" ' " Not tooo smug, is he? Seniors Showed Spirit In All Activities UN .mf Y Aylflliil '- , snryw H lk 'MQW ,ns fm K -.M ' Mary Beth Meredith Ed Mertz Norman Metcalf WW Mike Miller Jim Mikels l 1x-' . wwf "W Nancy Miller Ron Miller Tony Miller Nxxx N II, in H "iw i wwxw f "4' 5 n , V W, Q ,, N 1 V lm x WM 1 l .X A W , Q S Q t H A ' ' 9 1 , ,haf , MZ .:,,,.m Iw , , ,, Q 'few in 1 , 4 in I Darrell Miller Fred Miller MW, Vince Miller Carol Moore x ' in wx Y , , 1' 4- fs K B r aa!-an A M , in, ' .qsmwv 11 1 Terry Moore Pat Moran Chris Morse ? 'wa UW? K X my ii L fx John Mott Jim Moyer Kay Murray ,J N wr, wi . - V 3 19 Bill MY91'S Roy Newman Gary Niday Mary Kay Cochran clears a table at the chicken dinncl 68- Seniors Eorn Two S500 l l And one 3400 Scholarship For , Vl Q' N'l Closs Of 70 am les CbeI0wD Rosemary Mayer passes out tempting pieces of pie, Louise Pearcy l fl U ali' I ff, or ,L ,M-,E - .ni "'1 m'gllWPE l P l Nancy Plantz Jeff Pour Donna O'Keefe Bonnie Overholser Gary Pearson Karen Peltier 151 Brenda Pennington Susan Peirson Jon Pierce Bobbie Poland Bill Potter Vikki Rabada Joyce Rapp - 169 Nxg N TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS - Row 1: R. Shaurer, T. Thiedeman. Row 2: B. Eastman, T. Kendall, V. Miller, M. Dilworth. Row 3: G. Meeker, B. Boise, D. Trostel, G. Hillman. if 175 ,K i J WM L . I ii will ' Mary Rhynard Bruce Rice Karla Richter ,ag-Q-N r ,i --W 1 M ,,, ,. ,. 5. I O W ..... eg K I1 Y ,A k Tonia Ryan Kathy Salb 51. . , N.. Q fx wif K? 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DAVID ALAN ADAMS. Special Ed. Cafeteria Worker 1,25 Work Study Pro- gram 3,4. BERMAN RAY ALBRIGHT. Vocational. V.I.C.A. 45 Bradford High School, Annual Staff 35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 15 Chess Club 35 Cafeteria Worker 25 F.T.A. 35 Play Casts 35 Prom Server 2. DANID ALBRIGHT. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 15 Trojan Toga Staff 35 Annual Staff 3-Assistant Business Manager5 Intramurals 1,25 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Play Casts 2,3,45 Concessions 35 Science Club 1,25 Stage Crew 25 National Forensic League 1,2,3-Vice-President5 JCOWA 2,3-Treas- urer,4-President. WILLIAM G. ALLEN. Vocational. V.H.E. 4. JOHN W. ANDERSON. Vocational. O.W.E. 4. PAMELA SUE AVEY. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Junior Achievement 25 Li- brary Staff 35 Concessions 45 Program Sellers 35 Office Worker 3,45 F.N.A. 35 F.B.W. 3,45 C.O.E. 4. BRIAN RAY BABBITT. College Prep. Intramurals 1,25 Varsity "T" 2,35 Gym- nastics 2,3. JOHN FREDERICK BADER II. Busi- ness. Intramurals 1,25 Choir 1,25 V.I.C.A. 4. HILLARY SUE BAILEN. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,45 National Honor Society 3,45 ASTRA 3,45 Press Club 15 Annual Staff 45 Creative Writers' Club 15 Intramurals 1,25 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,35 Ladies' Chorale 35 Student Council 15 JCOWA 3,45 Forensic League 25 Newspaper Staff 45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 35 Arts and Crafts Club 15 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Play Casts 1,2,3,45 Budget Collector 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. CONNIE LYNN BAKER. Business. Intramurals 15 Choir 1,25 Budget Col- lector 15 O.W.E. 4-Vice President. PAMELA BANNISTER. Vocational. Intramurals 35 Arts and Crafts Club 2,4 5 V.H.E. 4. MITZI JO BARTEE. Business. Annual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Play Casts 25 Concessions 45 Pro- gram Sellers 35 Budget Collector 3,45 Office Worker 3,45 F.T.A. 45 F.B.W. 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. CYNTHIA LOUISE BARTON. College Prep. G.A.A. 1,25 Arts and Crafts Club 45 F.H.A. 1,2. CHARLES ALAN BASCOMBE. College Prep. Intramurals 1,25 Basketball 25 Track 1,45 Program Sellers 3. MAURICE DALE BASHORE. Special Ed. Football 1,25 Cafeteria Worker 1,25 Work Study Program 3,4. 174 - WILLIAM G. BEAVER. Vocational. O.W.E. 4. CHRISTIE A. BECKER. Vocational. Intramurals 2,35 J-Teens--S.O.S. 35 Pro- gram Sellers 35 Spanish Club 25 D.E.C.A. 4. RONALD E. BENNING. College Prep. Interact 2,3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Foot- ball 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,25 Arts and Crafts Club 25 Concessions 45 Budget Collector 1,2,3. KATHERINE A. BERCHTOLD. College Prep. Orchestra 1. KARLENE K. BERKSHIRE. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Gymnastics 25 Choir 1,25 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Budget Collector 45 Spanish Club 25 Office Worker 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. WANDA BINKLEY. Home Ec. Choir 1. STEPHEN LEE BLACKMORE. College Prep. Interact 2,3-Board,45 Annual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,35 Varsity "T" 3,45 Cross Country 35 Track 1,2,35 Conces- sions 4. DENNIS E. BODIKER. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Baseball 45 Track 1,25 Choir 1,2. MIRJAM BOEKHOLT. Business. Block "T" 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 45 JCOWA 4. Koningshof, Veldhoven, Netherlands. MONICA MARIA THERESIA BOEK- HOLT. College Prep. Block "T" 35 Tennis 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 3,45 JCOWA 4. Koningshof, Veldhoven, Netherlands. BRUCE A, BOISE. College Prep. Intra- murals 2,3,45 Student Referee 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 3,45 Concessions 45 Sci- ence Club 3,4. REX O. BOISE. College Prep. Intra- murals 2,3,45 Student Referee 2,3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 3,45 Concessions 45 Science Club 3,4-Secretary. ROBERT C. BRANDENBURG. College Prep. Intramurals 2,35 Football 15 Base- ball 2,3. JAMES R. BRAUN. College Prep. Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2. JENNIFER JOAN BRAUN. College Prep. Intramurals 35 Block "T" 2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dra- matics Club 3,4. SUSAN ANN BRAUN. College Prep. Annual Staff 45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 3,4-President5 Con- cessions 45 Spanish Club 1,2. ALFRED CHARLES BRETLAND. Vo- cational. V.M.S. 4. ROBERT O. BRETLAND. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,35 Student Referee 15 Budget Collector 15 Chess Club 15 Spanish Club 2. A LAWRENCE G. BREUER. Industrial Arts. Junior Achievement 2,35 Science Club 3,4. DEBORAH GAIL BROWNING. Busi- ness. Intramurals 1,25 Student Referee 25 Budget Collector 15 V.H.E. 4-Secretary. STEVEN CRAIG BROWNING. Voca- tional. Intramurals 1,25 V.M.S. 4. KATHLEEN ANN BRUNDRETT. Col- lege Prep. Homecoming Queen 45 ASTRA 3-Junior Rep.,4-Senior Rep., Historian. Intramurals 2,35 Choir 1,2,3,4-Secretary5 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Play Casts 2,35 Program Sellers 35 F.T.A. 3,45 Prom Server 25 JCOWA 3,4- Treasurer5 Spanish Club 2. DONALD A. BUCKLES. Business. Intra- murals 1,25 Tennis 35 Gymnastics 15 Concessions 4. MARLEY EVE BUCKMAN. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Interscho- lastics 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 45 Dra- matics Club 3,45 Stage Crew 35 JCOWA 3. Pittsford High School 1,2. STANLEY M. BUECHTER. College Prep. PEGGY JO BUIRLEY. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Inter- scholastics 1,35 Baseball 1,35 Band 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Orchestra 2,35 F.T.A. 4. FREDRICK A. BUNDY. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 15 V.I.C.A. 4. BRUCE ALLEN BURNSIDE. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 1,2535 Choir 1. GLENNA BURTON. Business. D.E.C.A. 4. MARCIA LYNN CALDWELL. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Junior Achievement 25 Intramurals 35 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 1,25 J-Teens-S.O.S. 35 Arts and Crafts Club 1,2,3,45 Office Worker 35 F.B.W. 35 C.O.E. 4. VICKI JO CAMPBELL. Business. An- nual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Play Casts 35 Concessions 45 Pro- gram Sellers 35 Budget Collector 45 Office Worker 3,45 F.B.W. 3,45 Tro- Jeens 4. JOHN C. CANNOLES. College Prep. Intramurals 15 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Stage Crew 25 JCOWA 3,4. MARILYN JEAN CARR. Business. Junior Achievement 25 Intramurals 15 G.A.A. 25 Interscholastics 152,35 Budget Collector 1,25 F.H.A. 3. CONNIE SUE CASEY. Business. O.W.E. 4. SHERRY KAY CAWLEY. College Prep. Valedictorian 45 Buckeye Girls' State 35 Scholarship HT" 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,45 F.T.A. 3,4. JEFFREY B. CHEADLE. College Prep. Newspaper Staff 45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Concessions 3,45 Stage Crew 2,45 JCOWA 4. BONITA KAY CHIPLEY. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Concessions 45 Budget Collector 1,2,45 F.N.A. 3,4-President. DANIEL R. CHURCH. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 13 O.W.E. 4-Vice President. LINDA DARLENE CHURCH. Business. Junior Achievement 33 F.B.W. 33 D.E.C.A. 33 V.H.E. 4. MELINDA KAY CLARK. Business. Gregg Awards 33 Trojan Toga Staff 43 Block "T" 33 J-Teens-S.O.S. 43 Budget Collector 33 Office Worker 3,43 F.B.W. 2,3,4. ROGER D. CLARK. General. Choir 1. DAVID ALLEN CLAWSON. College Prep. Intramurals 23 Varsity "T" 3,43 Football 13 Baseball 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,33 Choir lg Concessions 3,4. CHARLENE CLEVELAND. College Prep. Intramurals 1,23 G.A.A. 23 Band 1,2,3,4-Presidentg J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 F.T.A. 3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4-President3 S.W. Regional Orches- tra 43 State Orchestra 4. Tro-Jeens 4. RAYMOND EUGENE CLUTTER. Col- lege Prep. MARY KATHERINE COCHRAN. Busi- ness. Trojan Crier Staff 33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Choir 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dra- matics Club 2,3,43 Play Casts 1,2,33 Con- cessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Budget Collector 1,3,4Q JCOWA 3,43 Tro-Jeens. GREGORY DEAN COLELLO. College Prep. Intramurals 2,33 Varsity "T" 3,43 Cross Country 2,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Wres- tling 1,2,3,43 Concessions 43 Science Club 1,2,3,43 Chess Club 1,2,3. RUTH A. COLEMAN. Business. Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 3,43 Choir 1,2,33 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 33 Program Sellers 33 F.H.A.1,2,3,4. PAMELA KAY COLLINS. Business. Band 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 33 Dramatics Club 33 Program Sellers 33 Office Worker 3. JOSEPH R. CONARD. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 33 Intramurals 1,25 Budget Collector 1,2,4. LINDA KAY COOPER. College Prep. Block "T" 3,4Q J-Teens-S.O.S. 3-Treas- urer,43 F.T.A. 3,4-Vice President. KAREN SUE COPP. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Choir 43 Band 1,23 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,4-Vice President3 Dramatics Club 2,43 All Club Server ls JCOWA 43 Tro-Jeens 4. CHARLES EDWARD COUCH. College Prep. Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 23 Track 13 Choir 1,2,3,43 Men's Chorale 4. LEOLA ANN CRESS. Business. Block "T" 33 Choir 1,2,33 Arts and Crafts Club 1,33 Office Worker 43 C.O.E. 4. VICTORIA LYNNE CRUEA. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 3g G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Interscholastics 2g Cheerleader 33 J- Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 Concessions 43 F.B.W. 4. ELLEN JEAN DANNIN. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Trojan Toga Staff 3-Assist- ant Editor,4-Editor3 Creative Writers' Club 2,3-President3 Arts and Crafts Club 23 Dramatics Club 3,43 Thespians 43 National Forensic League 23 Play Casts 2,33 Bennett Jr. High School 1. DAVID ALLYN DEETER. College Prep. Buckeye Boys' State 3-Alternateg Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Key Club 2,3,4-Vice President3 Rec Council 1,2,3,43 Intramurals 2,33 Varsity "T" 2,34-Presi- dent3 Football 1,2,3,4-Co-Captain3 Track 1,2,33 Wrestling lg Choir 1,23 All Club Server 13 Prom Server 2. SHANNON D. DeHART. College Prep. Senior Cabinet 43 Key Club 2,3,4-Secre- taryg Junior Achievement 2g Intramurals 1,23 Student Referee 1,2,33 Tennis 1,23 Homecoming Cheerleader 43 Play Casts 33 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Science Club 1,23 Chess Club 1,23 F.T.A. 4g Spanish Club 2-Sophomore Repre- sentative3 JCOWA 3,4. SANDRA JO DeLONG. Business. Li- brary Staff 43 Choir 13 Office Worker .43 F.T.A. 43 F.N.A. 33 F.B.W. 4. DAVID L. DEMPSEY. Business. Trojan Crier Staff 33 Budget Collector 23 V.I.C.A. 4. BARBARA JEAN DENOYER. College Prep. Junior Cabinet 3g ASTRA 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,4- Treasurer3 G.A.A. 1,2,3Q Interscholastics 2,35 Choir 1,2,3S All Club Server 13 Prom Server 2. BRENDA CAROL DENSON. Business. Intramurals 1,2,33 G.A.A. 3g Program Sellers 33 Budget Collector 33 F.B.W. 3. MICHAEL DILWORTH. College Prep. Intramurals 2,4j Varsity "T" 3,45 Gym- nastics 2,3,4. GARY C. DIXON. College Prep. Scholar- ship "T" 1,2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Key Club 2,3,4-Lt. Governor Division 3-W3 Intramurals 1,23 Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Cross Country 1,23 Track 13 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,33 Men's Chorale 3g Dramatics Club 2,3,4-Treasurer3 Thes- pians 3,4-Treasurer3 Play Casts 2,3,43 Science Club 1,2,33 All Club Server 13 Prom Server 2g JCOWA 2,3,4. WALTER EDWIN DOLL II. Special Ed. Cafeteria Worker 1,23 Work Study Pro- gram 3,4. LINDA S. DONKELAAR. College Prep. Class Officer 3-Secretary3 Buckeye Girls' State 33 Student Council 2,3,43 Scholar- ship "T" 23 Junior Cabinet 33 Home- coming Court 43 ASTRA 3,4-President3 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,4- Secretary3 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4-Secretary3 In- terscholastics 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,43 All Club Server lg Prom Server 2. DARLA R. DONLEY. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 33 Junior Achievement 2g Intramurals 1,23 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,23 Band 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,4j F.T.A. 3-Treasurer,4-President3 F.N.A. 3-Secretary-Treasurer. CAROL ANN DRIELING. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Choir 3,43 Orchestra 2,3,4-Assist- ant Librarian3 Band 1,2,3,4S Ladies' Chorale 43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dra- matics Club 2,3,43 Play Casts 1,2,3,43 All Club Server 13 Tro-Jeens 4. KATHRYN JO DUFF. Business. Gregg Awards 3,43 Library Staff 3,43 Intra- murals lg Gymnastics 13 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 4. THOMAS RICHARD DUNNAM. College Prep. Student Referee 2,33 Track 13 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,33 Men's Chorale 33 JCOWA 3,4-Vice Pres.3 Chess Club 1,2,33 Stage Crew 2,3,43 Dramatics Club 3,4-Senior Representative. BRADLEY NILES EASTMAN. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 13 Baseball 2,3,43 Wres- tling 1,2,3,4. ELAINE SUE EBERLY. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Trojan Toga Staff 2,3,43 Creative Writers' Club 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Band 1,23 J-Teens-S.O.S. 33 Science Club 1,23 F.T.A. 3. ROBERT JUDSON ELAM, JR. Voca- tional. Intramurals 1,23 Student Referee 13 Band lg Play Casts 13 V.I.C.A. 4. LAURA KAY ELLINGSON. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,33 Orchestra 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Budget Collector 43 F.B.W. 43 Tro- Jeens 4. GAIL ANN ELLIOTT. Business. Intra- murals 1,23 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Choir 2,3,43 Band 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Budget Collector 43 Office Worker 4g F.B.W. 3,43 Tro-Jeens 4. KAREN L. T. EPPERSON. Business. Block "TH 3,43 Choir 13 V.H.E. 4. RICHARD L. FARLEY. Business. Intra- murals 1,23 Football 23 Budget Collector 1,2,3,43 V.I.C.A. 4. WILLIAM PATRICK FIELDS. College Prep. REBECCA SUE FLORY. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3-Board, 43 Interscholastics 1,2,3,43 Student Referee 2,33 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,4- President3 J-Teens-S.O.S. 43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Thespians 43 Play Casts 1,2,3,4. DANIEL NELSON FORCE. Vocational. Intramurals 2,33 Budget Collector 4. STAN FOUTS. College Prep. Intra- murals 2,33 Track 13 Band 1,2,3,4Q Orchestra 1,2,3,43 S.W. Regional Orches- tra 3,43 Science Club 2. JAMES JOSEPH FOY. College Prep. Creative Writers' Club 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Football lg Science Club 1,2,3,43 JCOWA 4. VIRGINIA C. FULCHER. College Prep. Intramurals 2,33 Block "T" 3,43 G.A.A. 23 Choir 23 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Tro- Jeens 4. Centerville High School, Center- ville, Indiana 1. MARY ELIZABETH FURROW. Busi- ness. Intramurals 1,33 Program Sellers 33 Office Worker 43 F.N.A. 3,43 F.B.W. 43 F.H.A. 3,4-Treasurer. NANCY GALBREATH. College Prep. ASTRA 3,43 Intramurals 1,43 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Interscholastics 1,3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3-Secretary, 43 Concessions 43 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 43 JCOWA 3,4. LARRY GALLAGHER. General. Basket- ball 1. ROGER ROSS GARRETT. College Prep. Press Club 13 Annual Staff 43 Varsity "T" 3,43 Football 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,33 Student Referee 1,2,43 Track 13 Wrestling 1,23 Choir 13 Dramatics Club 23 Play Casts 43 Stage Crew 23 JCOWA 3. GARY L, GATES. Business. Intramurals 1,23 V.I.C.A. 4. KAREN SUE GEARHART. General. Trojan Toga Staff 33 Creative Writers' Club 33 Office Worker 33 F.B.W. 33 D.E.C.A. 4. VICKIE S. GEARHART. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Inter- scholastics 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Program Sellers 33 F.T.A. 3,4. ARNOLD GERKEN, JR. College Prep. Intramurals 2,3,43 Football 13 Track lg Wrestling 3,43 Gymnastics 23 Band 1. LUCY LUDMILLA GOLOWIN. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Interscholastics 2,33 Student Referee 23 Gymnastics lg String Ensemble 33 J-Teens-S.O.S. 43 Orches- tra 1,2,3,43 F.N.A. 3. BONNIE JEAN GOODPASTOR. Busi- ness. Intramurals 1,23 Choir 1,23 Play Casts 33 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 F.B.W. 2,3. LINDA SUSAN GRAY. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Interscholastics 1,2,3,43 Choir 43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Budget Collector 3,43 F.T.A. 3,43 Tro-Jeens 4. DAVID KENT GRENKO. General. Choir 13 V.H.E. 4-President. MARTHA G. GRIFFIS, Business. Gregg Awards 33 33 C.O.E. 4. Sidney Central High School, Sidney, Ohio. 1,2. MICHELE LOUISE GRILLIOT. Busi- ness. NENA ANN GRIMES. College Prep. Intramurals 3,43 Block "T" 3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Choir 3,43 Ladies' Chorale 43 F.T.A. 43 Brookhaven High School, Columbus, Ohio, Pep Club 23 Girls' Ensemble 23 Folk Music Club 23 Spanish Club 13 Intramurals 1,23 G.A.A. 1,23 Inter- scholastics 23 Student Referee 1,23 Choir 1,23 Office Worker 1. NINA ELLEN GRIMES. College Prep. Intramurals 3,43 Block "T" 3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Choir 3,43 F.T.A. 43 Brookhaven High School, Columbus, Ohio, Spanish Club 13 G.A.A. 1,23 Intramurals 1,23 Choir 13 Folk Music Club 23 Girls' Glee Club 2. KATHY JO GRINER. College Prep. Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Homecoming Court 43 ASTRA 3,4-Vice President3 Rec Council 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Cheerleader 3,43 J-Teens -S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 33 Student Council 1,2,3,4-Secretary3 All Club Server 13 Prom Server 2. BRENDA LYNN GROVE. Business. Intramurals 1,23 Block' "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,4-Vice-Presi- dent3 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Budget Col- lector 23 F.B.W. 3,4-Secretary. GARY F. GRUMP. Business. Intra- murals 1,23 Student Referee 1,23 Golf 33 Choir lg D.E.C.A. 3,4-President. ELIZABETH JOA'NNE GURKLIES. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,33 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Arts and Crafts Club 2,33 Dramatics Club 33 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 4g Spanish Club 23 Orchestra 1,2,33 JCOWA 3,4. NICKIE LEIGH GWIN. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Student Referee 2,45 Football lg Baseball 1,2,4Q Basketball 13 Choir 1,23 Budget Collector 2. JAMES DAVID HALL. College Prep. Interact 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,43 Student Referee 3,4Q Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 1,23 Baseball 2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,33 Track 13 Budget Collector 2. KAREN LEE HANSEN. College Prep. Junior Achievement 2-Vice President3 Intramurals 1,2,33 Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 Spanish Club 2. HARRIS JOEL HARBOR. College Prep. Interact 3,43 Student Referee 1,2,33 Basketball 1,23 Track 13 Wrestling 33 Concessions 43 Stage Crew 43 Student Council 4. THOMAS E. HARE. Industrial Arts. Junior Achievement 23 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Student Referee 1,23 Baseball 23 Gymnastics 13 Budget Collector 1,25 V.I.C.A. 4-Vice President. REBECCA S. HARTMAN. College Prep. Class Officer 4-Secretary3 Scholarship "T" 3,43 Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Rec Council 1,2,3,43 Annual Staff 4-Assistant Editor3 Intramurals 1,2,4, Block "T" 2,33 G.A.A. 2, Choir 1,2,33 Dramatics Club 2,33 Concessions 43 JCOWA 4. LINDA ELLEN HARVEY. Home Ec. DOROTHY L. HAWKINS. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Inter- scholastics 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 Conces- sions 4. LINDA S. HEFFELFINGER. General. Block "T" 2,33 D.E.C.A. 4-Treasurer. MARY CHRISTINE HEMM. College Prep. Scholarship UT" 33 Block "T" 3,43 Choir 3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 43 Arts and Crafts Club 43 Jefferson Junior High School, Abilene, Texas 13 Medical Lake High School, Medical Lake, Washington, 23 Tennis Team 2g Pep Club 2. JOYCE ANN HENDERSON. Business. Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 F.H.A. 3,43 Junior Achievement 33 Softball 3. CAROLYN HENRY. Business. New Madison, Ohio. GARY A. HERRMANN. Vocational. Intramurals lg Student Referee 2g V.I.C.A. 4. EVA HEWITT, Business. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Cheerleader 3,43 Choir 2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Play Casts 2,33 Budget Collector 43 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 3, Treasurer, 43 F.H.A. 33 Orchestra 1. JOSEPHINE HIBBARD. Home Ec. F.H.A. 2. JAMES E. HIGGINS. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 1,23 Budget Collector 2,33 D.E.C.A. 4-Treasurer. JERROLD EDWIN HIGGINS. Business. Intramurals 13 Budget Collector 13 D.E.C.A. 4. THOMAS E. HILL. College Prep. Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Student Referee 2,33 Track 13 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Men's Chorale 43 Play Casts 3,43 Orchestra 3,4. GARY LEE HILLMAN. College Prep. Interact 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Varsity NT" 3,43 Baseball 1,3,43 Basket- ball 4. DAVID C. HOAK. College Prep. Scholar- ship "T" 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Trojan Crier Staff 43 Intramurals 1,23 Choir 13 Thespians 2,3,43 Play Casts 1,2,3,43 Touring Company 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3-Junior Representative,4-Presi- dent3 Science Club 1-President,2,3,43 Chess Club 1,2,4Q Stage Crew 2,3,43 Teen Scene Panel 33 Forensic League 1,2- Treasurer,43 All Club Server 13 Best Actor Award 4. MARY VIVIAN HOBBS. Business. Intramurals 1,2,33 Block "T" 2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Student Referee 23 Orchestra 1,2,33 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Play Casts 2,35 Concessions 43 Budget Collector 13 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 2,3,43 C.O.E. 4-Vice President3 Tro-Jeens 4. JOHN P. HOBSON. College Prep. Inter- act 3,43 Trojan Crier Staff 13 Intramurals 1,2,43 Student Referee 2,43 Track 13 Choir 1,2,3,43 Men's Chorale 43 Dra- matics Club 2,3,43 Thespians 43 Chess Club 13 Stage Crew 2,3,4Q JCOWA 4. ROBIN HOOVER. Business. Gregg Awards 33 Intramurals 1,2. MARY L. HOPKINS. College Prep. G.A.A. 2,3. Butler High School, Vandalia, Ohio, Student Council 2,3. DOUGLAS R. HUSTON. College Prep. Buckeye Boys' State 33 Scholarship "T" 33 Varsity "T" 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Men's Chorale 3,43 Conces- sions 4. DEBORAH SUE IDDINGS. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 3,43 Creative Writers' Club 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Arts and Crafts Club 23 Play Casts 3. JENNIFER SUE INGLE. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 45 Creative Writers' Club 25 Intramurals 1,25 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Orchestra 1,25 JCOWA 3,4. MARA LEE INGELS. General. F.H.A. 1,2,35 V.H.E. 4. DEBBIE ANN INMAN. Business. LENNA BURTON ISON. Business. V.H.E. 4. LINDA LOUISE JACKSON. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Ladies' Chorale 45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dra- matics Club 25 Play Casts 35 F.T.A. 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. STEVEN JACOBS. College Prep. Band 1,2,3. ROBERT NEIL JOHNSON. College Prep. Junior Cabinet 35 Key Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 15 Varsity "T" 2,3,4-Treas- urer5 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 25 Track 1. WILLIAM DEAN JOHNSON. College Prep. Choir 1,2,3,45 Men's Chorale 3,45 Dramatics Club 45 Play Casts 2,3,45 Con- cessions 45 F.T.A. 45 JCOWA 4. JAMES CHRISTOPHER JOHNSTON. College Prep. Key Club 2,3,45 Student Referee 3,45 Varsity "T" 3-4-Vice Presi- dent5 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,45 Wres- tling 1,45 Budget Collector 4. MICHAEL DAVID JONES. Vocational. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,4. ROBERT MARSHALL JONES. College Prep. Vesper Trophy 35 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Scholarship "T" 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Key Club 2,3,4-Treas- urer5 Varsity "T" 1,2,3,45 Football 15 Cross Country 2,3,4-Captaing Track 1,2,3,4-Captain5 Wrestling 1,2535 Choir 1,2,35 Men's Chorale 35 Concessions 45 Chess Club 1,2,35 All Club Server 15 Prom Server 25 Student Council 1,2,3,4- Vice President. SHARON JONES. College Prep. Buck- eye Girls' State 3-Alternate5 Scholarship "T" 2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Junior Cabinet 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Ladies' Chorale 3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dra- matics Club 2,3,45 Play Casts 35 F.N.A. 25 All Club Server 15 Prom Server 25 Tro-Jeens 4. MICHAEL J. JORDAN. General. Intra- murals 25 Wrestling 25 Choir 1. DEBORAH DAWN KALMAR. Business. C.O.E. 4. JUDITH KARNEHM. College Prep. Trojan Crier Staff 2,35 Press Club 1,25 Annual Staff 4-Editor-In-Chief5 Intra- murals 1,25 Block "T" 2,35 G.A.A. 25 Choir 15 J-Teens-S.O.S. 35 Dramatics Club 2,3-Vice President,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Play Casts 2,35 Concessions 45 Budget Collector 25 F.T.A. 35 JCOWA 3. l1!IARK T. KATTERHEINRICH. College rep. THOMAS M. KENDALL. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Referee 35 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Cross Country 35 Basketball 15 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Men's Chorale 3,45 Play Casts 3,45 Concessions 45 JCOWA 4. MICHAEL LEE KERRIGAN. College Prep. Track 2. JAMES BRINKMAN KESSLER. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 3,45 Senior Cabinet 45 Junior Cabinet 35 Key Club 2,3,4- President5 Rec Council 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,35 Student Referee 1,25 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Track 15 Tennis 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 lVIen's Chorale 3,45 Dra- matics Club 45 Concessions 45 All Club Server 15 JCOWA 45 Student Council 1,2. VICKIE LYNN KING. Business. Junior Achievement 25 Intramurals 15 Inter- scholastics 1,25 Choir 15 F.H.A. 2,35 C.O.E. 4. KRISTINE K. KIRBY. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 45 Annual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Choir 2,3,4-Student Conduc- tor, Vice President5 Ladies' Chorale 3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,45 Play Casts 1,2,45 F.T.A. 3-Secretary, 45 Tro-Jeens 4. TIMOTHY BURTON KIRTLEY. Indus- trial Arts. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Referee 2,3,45 Varsity "T" 45 Football 1,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4. CRAIG A. KISTER. College Prep. Inter- act 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Cross Country 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Choir 1,25 Concessions 45 Budget Collector 4. SUSAN JEAN KONKOL. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Office Worker 4. JULIE ANN KOZUL. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,35 G.A.A. 2,35 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 45 Stage Crew 45 F.T.A. 45 F.B.W. 45 JCOWA 4. MARY L. KRAMER. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 45 Annual Staff 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Choir 1,25 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Concessions 45 Budget Collector 15 F.T.A. 3,45 F.N.A. 35 Prom Server 25 Spanish Club 25 Tro- Jeens 4. KAY R. KREITZER. College Prep. G.A.A. 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Play Casts 25 Program Sellers 35 Budget Collector 25 F.T.A. 3,45 Spanish Club 25 JCOWA 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. JAMES EDWARD KRIETE. Business. Wrestling 15 Stage Crew 1. DANNY JOE LANTZ. Business. Intra- murals 1. BETSY KAY LATHROP. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Interscholastics 1,25 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens--S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Play Casts 35 F.T.A. 3,45 JCOWA 3,45 Tro-Jeens 4. JONATHAN KEVIN LAVELLE. College Prep. Key Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Referee 1,25 Golf 1,25 Budget Collector 2. CATHY ELAINE LAWRENCE. Busi- ness. Gregg Awards 35 Intramurals 1,25 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,45 Budget Collector 45 F.B.W. 3,4-Vice President. GWENDOLYN LOUISE LEWIS. Busi- ness. Gregg Awards 2,3,45 Interscholas- tics 15 C.O.E. 4. JUDY KAY LEWIS. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Scholarship "T" 35 Intra- murals 1,2,35 Block "T" 35 G.A.A. 2,35 Interscholastics 1,2,35 Program Sellers 35 Office Worker 3,45 F.B.W. 3,45 C.O.E. 4-President. CYNTHIA SUE LINE. College Prep. Intramurals 25 Block "T" 3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Tro-Jeens 45 Copley, Ohio 1. LINDA SUE LUTZ. Business. Gregg Awards 3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 F.T.A. 45 F.B.W. 45 F.H.A. 2,3. PRINCESS ANNE LYNCH. College Prep. Library Staff 3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 Interscholastics 35 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 F.T.A. 3,4. JANE ALICE MCATEE. College Prep. Press Club 15 Creative Writers' Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Choir 15 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dra- matics Club 2,3,4-Secretary5 Thespians 2,3,45 Play Casts 1,2,3,45 Best Actress Award 3,45 Touring Company 2,35 Con- cessions 45 Stage Crew 45 All Club Server 15 Forensic League 1,25 JCOWA ,3,4. DOUGLAS EDWARD MCCABE. College Prep. Choir 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,4-Leaderg Arts and Crafts Club 45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 45 Play Casts 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,4. DAVID A. McCORMACK. College Prep. Interact 3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Track 1,2,3. WILLIAM L. MCCOY. Business. Wres- tling 35 O.W.E. 4-Treasurer5 Graham High School 1,25 Intramurals 1,25 Stu- dent Referee 1,25 Wrestling 152. RICHARD MCCULTY. College Prep. Dramatics Club 3,4. REBECCA ANN McGEE. College Prep. Press Club 25 Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 1,2-Vice President,3,4- Secretary5 Ladies' Chorale 3,4-Secretary5 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 15 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Play Casts 1,2,35 F.T.A. 45 JCOWA 4. KAREN SUE McGRAW. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Band 15 Ladies' Chorale 3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dra- matics Club 2,3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Play Casts 2,3,45 Concessions 45 Budget Col- lector 45 F.T.A. 3,45 JCOWA 3,45 Tro- Jeens 4. MARY ANN McKENNA. Business. Gregg Awards 3,45 Intramurals 25 Office Worker 45 F.B.W. 3,45 Piqua Wilder High School 1. RONNIE D. McMULLEN. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 1,2,35 Baseball 2,35 Budget Collector 35 V.I.C.A. 4-Secretary. CANDIDA ANNE MACY. College Prep. Junior Achievement 35 Intramurals 1,25 Block UT" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 25 Student Referee 25 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Arts and Crafts Club 1,2,3,45 Art Honor Society 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH W. MACY. College Prep. Intra- murals 1,2,3,45 Varsity "T" 45 Football 25 Cross Country 3,45 Track 1,3,4. ARLEEN LOUISE MANSON. College Prep. Junior Cabinet 35 ASTRA 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3-Vice President,4-President5 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Interscholastics 2,3,45 Choir 1,35 J-Teens -S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thes- pians 3,45 Play Casts 1,25 F.N.A. 45 Prom Server 25 JCOWA 2,3,45 Student Council 3. MARILYN JEAN MARKLEY. College Prep. Block "T" 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 35 F.N.A. 35 JCOWA 4. THOMAS EUGENE MASSIE. College Prep. Interact 2,3-Vice President,4-Presi- dent5 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,4- Sgt.-at-Arms5 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Choir 15 Prom Server 2. DONNIE WINSTON MASSINGILL. Business. D.E.C.A. 3,4. MICHAEL BURDET MATTHEWS. Col- lege Prep. Interact 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,25 Track 15 Dramatics Club 2,3,4-Vice President. CRAIG D. MAY. Business. Intramurals 1,3,45 Football 1,25 Basketball 2. DWAINE ERIC MAY. Vocational. Var- sity "T" 1,2,35 Football 1,25 Cross Coun- try 35 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 V.I.C.A. 4. ROSEMARY ELIZABETH MAYER. Col- lege Prep. Press Club 15 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block HT" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Interscholastics 25 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens -S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Thes- pians 45 Play Casts 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Prom Server 25 JCOWA 2,3,45 Orchestra 15 Spanish Club 25 Tro-Jeens 4. GEORGE NELSON MEEKER. College Prep. Junior Cabinet 35 Key Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Student Referee 2,35 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Football 15 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Science Club 1,2,3,45 Prom Server 25 Student Council 45 Spanish Club 1,25 National Forensic League 2. VICKI LYNN MELVIN. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Block "T" 2,35 Office Worker 3,45 C.O.E. 4-Treasurer. MARY BETH MEREDITH. College Prep. Intramurals 2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 Band 15 J-Teens-S.O.S. 35 Spanish Club 2. ROBERT EDWARD MERTZ. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Baseball 25 Track 15 Budget Collector 1. NORMAN METCALF. College Prep. Intramurals 1,25 Tennis 1,2,45 Choir 1,25 Concessions 4. JAMES S. MIKELS, JR. General. V.H.E. 45 Honor Guard 2,3,4. ANTHONY D. MILLER. College Prep. Football 3,45 Wrestling 3,4-Co-Captaing Mariemont High School, Cincinnati, Ohio 1. DARRELL E. MILLER. Football 15 Track 15 Wrestling 1. FREDERICK WILLIAM MILLER, JR. College Prep. Salutatorian5 Scholarship "T" 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Tennis 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 3,45 Science Club 1,2,3- Secretary,45 Chess Club 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL ALAN MILLER. General. Science Club 3. NANCY ENID MILLER. College Prep. Intramurals 2,35 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,4- President5 Arts and Crafts Club 2,3,45 Budget Collector 3,4. RONNIE L. MILLER. General. VINCENT RODGERS MILLER. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Interact 45 Intra- murals 2,3,45 Science Club 2,3-Treasurer, 4-Treasurer5 Graham Local High School 15 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Math Scholarship Team 15 Intramurals 1. CAROL MOORE. Vocational. D.E.C.A. 3,4. TERRENCE WAYNE MOORE. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Choir 2,3,4- President5 Band 1,25 Men's Chorale 3,4- Secretary5 Play Casts 1,2,35 JCOWA 3,4. PATRICIA MORAN. College Prep. ASTRA 3,4-Treasurer5 Intramurals 15 Block "T" 35 Choir 15 Dramatics Club 45 Concessions 4. CHRISTINA JEAN MORSE. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 String Ensemble 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 F.T.A. 45 F.N.A. 3,4. JOHN WILLIAM MOTT. College Prep. Junior .Achievement 25 Wrestling 35 Band 1. JAMES WILLIAM MOYER. College Prep. Interact 3,4-Secretary5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Student Referee 2,3,45 Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Football 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 1,2,3. KAY LORRAINE MURRAY. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Band 1,25 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 All Club Server 15 Tro-Jeens 4. WILLIAM BERNARD MYERS. Indus- trial Arts. Intramurals 15 Student Referee 2,3,45 Varsity "T" 1,2,3,45 Foot- ball 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Budget Collector 1. ROY NEWMAN. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 35 Creative Writers' Club 35 Intramurals 25 Science Club 2,3,4. GARY JEROME NIDAY. College Prep. Science Club 3,4. VALARIA JO NILES. College Prep. Press Club 25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Interscholastics 1,2,3,45 Student Referee 2,35 Basketball 2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Choir 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Majorette 2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Play Casts 1,35 F.T.A. 45 JCOWA 4. DONNA JEAN O'KEEFE. College Prep. Intramurals 25 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 25 Conces- sions 4. BONNIE SUE OVERHOLSER. Busi- ness. Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block "T" 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 45 Office Worker 45 F.B.W. 2,3,4. LOUISE E. PEARCY. Business. O.W.E. 4-Secretary. GARY D. PEARSON. Business. Trojan Toga Staff 45 Wrestling 15 Gymnastics 1,25 Office Worker 4. SUSAN ELAINE PEIRSON. Business. Program Sellers 35 F.B.W. 35 F.H.A. 1,2,35 C.O.E. 4. KAREN SUE PELTIER. Business. Tro- jan Crier Staff 35 Choir 15 J-Teens- S.O.S. 45 Dramatics Club 45 Program Sellers 35 F.B.W. 3,45 JCOWA 4. BRENDA SUE PENNINGTON. College Prep. V.H.E. 45 Miami East High School 1. JONATHAN D. PIERCE. College Prep. Varsity "T" 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 25 Wrestling 2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Men's Chorale 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,35 Play Casts 1,2,3,45 Stage Crew 253. NANCY ANN PLANTZ. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Intramurals 1,2,35 Block "T" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 J-Teens- S.O.S. 35 F.B.W. 3,45 C.O.E. 45 Orchestra 1,2,3. BOBBY DEAN POLAND. Business. Intramurals 1,2,35 Band 1,2,35 Dramatics Club 25 F.B.W. 35 C.O.E. 4. WILLIAM V. POTTER. Special Ed. Cafeteria Worker 15 Work Study Pro- gram 2,3,4. JEFFREY JOSEPH POUR. Special Ed. Cafeteria Worker 1,25 Work Study Pro- gram 3,4. VIKKI LOU RABADA. College Prep. Annual Staff 45 Library Staff 1,2,3-Treas- urer,4-Secretary5 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Block HT" 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 2,45 Play Casts 35 Budget Collector 2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 JCOWA 4. JOYCE I. RAPP. Business. Choir 45 F.N.A. 45 F.H.A. 4. MARK ANTHONY RAYMOND. College Prep. Stebbins High School 1,2,3,45 Foot- ball 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,45 Track 25 Varsity HS" 3,45 Annual Staff 45 News- paper 3,45 Junior Class Officer 3-Vice President5 Art Club 3,45 Chess Club 2. CHARLES O. REASON, JR. College Prep. Senior Cabinet 45 Interact 3,4- Treasurerg Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Varsity "T" 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Tennis 2,3,45 Student Council 4-Sr. Rep. MICHAEL JOSEPH REBER. College Prep. Cross Country 45 Track 45 Wres- tling 45 Concessions 45 Fairborn High School 1,2,35 Football 15 Cross Country 2,35 Track 2,35 Wrestling 3. JANE LOUISE REHMERT. Business. Gregg Awards 35 Intramurals 25 J-Teens -JS.O.S. 3,45 Dramatics Club 45 Conces- sions 45 Program Sellers 35 Office Worker 3,45 F.B.W. 3,4-President5 C.O.E. 4-Secretaryg JCOWA 45 Tro-Jeens 45 Greenville, Ohio 1. SUSAN CLAIRE REIMAN. College Prep. Press Club 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Thes- pians 43 Play Casts 3,43 F.T.A. 3,43 Orchestra 1. SHARON ANN REYNOLDS. Business. Intramurals 2,3,43 Block "T" 2,33 J-Teens S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Con- cessions 43 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 3,43 JCOWA 33 Byron-Berger Central School, New York 13 Foreign Exchange Com- mittee lj G.A.A. 13 Annual Staff 13 Intramurals 13 Tro-Jeens 4. KATHY ANN RHOADES. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 F.B.W. 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3-Vice President,4. MARY ALICE RHYNARD. College Prep. Trojan Crier Staff 23 Trojan Toga Staff 1,2,3,43 Press Club 13 Annual Staff 4-Assistant Editor3 Library Staff 1,2,3,4- Presidentg Creative Writers' Club 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 132,33 J-Teens -S.O.S. 33 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 F.T.A. 33 Spanish Club 2. BRUCE LEON RICE. Industrial Arts. Student Referee 2,3,43 Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Track 1,23 Wrestling 2,3,43 Budget Collector 4. KARLA JEAN RICHTER. Business. Intramurals 1,2,3Q G.A.A. 1,2,3Q Choir 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 F.B.W. 3,43 JCOWA 3,43 Spanish Club 2. DIANA LOU RILEY. General. MARY ELLEN ROBBINS. College Prep. F.T.A. 2. ROBERT W. ROSEN. College Prep. Class Officer 3,4-Treasurer3 Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Pep Band 13 Thespians 3,43 Science Club 1,2,3-4-Sgt.-At-Arms3 Chess Club 3,4. CATHY ANN ROSZELL, College Prep. Creative Writers' Club 13 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,4-Sgt.-At-Arms3 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Interscholastics 2,3,43 Choir 1,2-Sgt.-At-Arms,3,4-Sgt.-At-Armsg Ladies' Chorale 43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 All Club Server 1. TONIA ANN RYAN. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,4: Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 4g Dramatics Club 23 F.T.A. 3,4. KATHLEEN ANN SALB. College Prep. Intramurals 33 Block "T" 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Interscholastics 1,2,3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 JCOWA 4. LINDA DIANE SANGER. College Prep. Choir 1,2,3,43 Ladies' Chorale 3,43 J- Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 33 Concessions 43 Program Sellers 33 Budget Collector 13 F.T.A. 43 Spanish Club 3. EARLRITA ANN SATTERFIELD. Col- lege Prep. Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,23 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 F.N.A. 33 JCOWA 4. BETH ELLEN SAUL. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,33 National Honor Society 3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 J-Teens- S.O.S. 3,45 F.N.A. 3. RODNEY WAYNE SCHAURER. Col- lege Prep. National Honor Society 43 Interact 3,43 Intramurals 43 Student Referee 33 Choir 13 Dramatics Club 3,43 Thespians 43 Play Casts 43 Concessions 4. JEFFREY A. SCHILLING. College Prep. Elyria, Ohio 1,2333 Junior Achievement 2,33 Basketball 13 Thespians 3,4. VICTORIA SCHUBERT. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 43 National Honor Society 43 Trojan Toga Staff 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Block "T" 2,33 G.A.A. 1,23 J- Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Arts and Crafts Club 1,2,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Play Casts 2,33 Thespians 43 Spanish Club 1,2. TOM SCHUENKE. College Prep. Key Club 2,3,4-Sgt.-At-Arms3 Intramurals 3,43 Varsity "T" 3,4-Secretaryg Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,23 Track 1,3343 Stu- dent Council 33 Prom Server 2. SUSAN D. SCHULTZ. College Prep. Carson Trophy 33 Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Home- coming Court 43 ASTRA 2,3,43 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 Block "T" 2-Soph. Rep., 3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Interscholastics 1,2,3,43, Tennis 1,2,3,43 Choir 1,23 J- Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Arts and Crafts Club 1,2,3-Vice President,43 Play Casts 33 Budget Collector 13 Prom Server 23 JCOWA 3,43 Student Council 3,43 1969- 1970 Exchange Student. BARBARA SCHWARTZ. Business. In- terscholastics 1,23 Program Sellers 33 F.B.W. 3,43 D.E.C.A. 4. WILLIAM G. SEIPEL. General. Football 13 Cross Country 3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. PERRY E. SHAFFER. General. Student Referee 23 Football 1,23 Wrestling 1,23 V.I.C.A. 43 O.W.E. 3. ROWLAND L. SHAFFER. College Prep. National Honor Society 43 Intramurals 23 Football 1,23 Track 13 Wrestling 1,2. ROBERT EDWARD SHARITS. Indus- trial Arts. Intramurals 23 Choir 23 Cafeteria Worker 33 Stage Crew 23 Projectioners' Club 43 O.W.E. 2. VERNON C. SHARITS, JR. Business. Budget Collector 13 V.H.E. 43 Orchestra 1,2. DANIEL EARLE SHELEY. College Prep. Science Club 1,2,3,4. LEE A. SHELLHAAS. Business. Junior Achievement 23 Intramurals 1,23 Budget Collector 1,33 Chess Club 13 Stage Crew 1. SUSAN SHEPHERD. Business. Band 1,2,3,43 C.O.E. 4. JOAN SHIPP. Business. Block "T" 3,4. RONALD L. SHOOK. College Prep. Science Club 1,2,3-Vice President,4- President. TERESA KAY SHROCK. College Prep. J-Teens-S.O.S. 33 Dramatics Club 3,43 Program Sellers 33 JCOWA 3,43 Lansing, Michigan, 1,2. MARCIA K. SINK. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 33 Creative Writers' Club 1,2,3-Vice President3 Block "T" 3,43 Choir 1,2333 J-Teens-S.O.S. 33 Arts and Crafts Club 33 Dramatics Club 23 Play Casts 2,33 JCOWA 3. DAVID ALAN SMITH. General. EDWARD A. SNYDER. Industrial Arts. GARY LEE SPAIN. Business. Trojan Crier Staff 13 Press Club 13 Gymnastics 13 Choir 23 V.I.C.A. 4. JUDY KAY STAFFORD. College Prep. Intramurals 23 Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,4. MARK E. STARKEY. College Prep. Trojan Crier Staff 33 Press Club 1,23 Wrestling 4. SANDRA LEE STEPHENS. College Prep. Buckeye Girls' State 3-Alternate3 Scholarship HT" 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society 3,43 ASTRA 3,4-Secretary3 Intra- murals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3-Secretary,43 Interscholastics 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 J- Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 23 Budget Collector 23 F.T.A. 3,43 Student Council 4. LINDA KAY STICHTER. Business. Intramurals 2,3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Budget Col- lector 13 F.B.W. 4. JAMES RICHARD STROMINGER. Col- lege Prep. BRUCE L. STUDEBAKER. College Prep. Trojan Crier Staff 33 Choir 3,43 Concessions 4. SUE LA RANE STUMP. Business. Intra- murals 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,43 Cheerleader 3,43 Choir 2,3,43 Band 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,45 Play Casts 2,33 F.B.W. 3,4. SUSAN SUCHECKI. College Prep. Dra- matics Club 43 Stage Crew 33 Nordonia High School 1,2. MONTE W. SWANK. College Prep. Wrestling 3,45 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Budget Collector 1,2. RAYMOND A. SWIGART. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,33 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,4. REBECCA ANN SWIGART. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 43 National Honor Society 43 Senior Cabinet 43 Home- coming Court 43 ASTRA 3,43 Press Club 23 Annual Staff 43 Intramurals 1,23 Block UT" 2,3-Jr. Rep.,4-Sr. Rep.3 Choir 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Play Casts 2,33 F.T.A. 3,43 Student Council 1,43 Spanish Club 2-Secretary. CHARLES WALLACE TAMPLIN. Col- lege Prep. Annual Staff 43 Intramurals 2,33 Concessions 43 Greenwood High School, Goldsboro, North Carolina 1. KRISTINA TAYLOR. Business. Intra- murals 1,2,33 Choir lj F.H.A. 33 D.E.C.A. 3,4. MARK TAYLOR. General. CAROL THAXTON. Business. Block "T" 2,33 F.B.W. 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2. PATSY ANN THAXTON. Business. Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q G.A.A. 3,43 Cheer- leader 33 Band 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Concessions 43 Budget Collector 43 Office Worker 43 F.B.W. 3,4-Co-President3 Tro- Jeens 4. HAROLD MARK THIEDEMAN. College Prep. Class Officer 3-4-Presidentg Key Club 3,43 Intramurals 2,3,43 Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 13 Track lg Choir 1,2,3,43 Men's Chorale 3,4-Presi- dent3 Play Casts 3,43 All Club Server 13 Prom Server 23 Student Council 1,2,3,4- Treasurer. PATRICIA THOMPSON. Business. F.B.W. 33 O.W.E. 3. ERIKA TIPPEL. Business. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,43 Choir 1,2,3,4j J-Teens -S.O.S. 3,43 Play Casts 33 Program Sellers 3g Concessions 43 F.B.W. 3,43 Tro-Jeens 4. CALVIN DAVID TOWNE. College Prep. Track 2g Golf 3,43 Band 1,2,4j Pep Band 4. DOUGLAS DONALD TROSTLE. Col- lege Prep. Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Varsity "T" 2,3,43 Football 23 Basketball 23 Tennis 13 Choir 1,2,3,43 Men's Chorale 3,43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Thespians 2,3,43 Concessions 4. CATHY TRUCKSIS. Business. F.H.A. lj D.E.C.A. 3,4. STEVEN D. VANATTA. Business. D.E.C.A. 3. VICKY ANN VANATTA. Business. Choir 13 Budget Collector 33 F.H.A. 33 D.E.C.A. 3,4-Secretary. MARILYN SUE VANDIVIER. Business. V.H.E. 4. JAMES HIRAM VARLEY. College Prep. Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,4. RICHARD A. VORPE. College Prep. Trojan Crier Staff 33 Trojan Toga Staff 3,45 Creative Writers' Club 3,4. R. JAY WADDINGHAM. Industrial Arts. DAVID WAGNER. Industrial Arts. Intramurals 1,23 Student Referee 1,23 Football lg V.I.C.A. 4-President. CHARLES JEFFREY WALKER. Col- lege Prep. Junior Cabinet 33 Key Club 2,3-Board,43 Junior Achievement 23 Intramurals 1,2,33 Tennis 2,33 Band 1,2,3,4-Drum M2jOTQ Pep Band 3,45 Science Club 1,2. MICHAEL GRAHAM WEAKLEY. Col- lege Prep. Exchange Student-Shirley Boys' High School, Christchurch, New Zealand3 JCOWA 43 Student Council 4. REBECCA ANN WEBSTER. Vocational. Intramurals 33 Interscholastics 3g D.E.C.A. 3,4. MARCIA LYNN WEIKERT. College Prep. Intramurals 2,3,43 Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 13 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Budget Collector 1,3,43 F.B.W. 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3- Treasurer,4. RICHARD L. WELKER. General. Intra- murals 1,2,33 Choir 1,2,33 V.I.C.A. 4. DAVID FRANKLIN WELLS. College Prep. Tennis 2,3Q Lewisburg, Ohio 1. DEBRA KAY WESTFALL. College Prep. Block "T" 2,3,43 Choir 1,2,3. TERRY LYNN WILDMAN. College Prep. Gregg Awards 33 Scholarship "T" 3,43 Trojan Toga Staff 3,43 Choir 3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 J-Teens-S.O.S. 3,43 Arts and Crafts Club 43 Dramatics Club 2,3,43 Thespians 3,43 Play Casts 1,3,43 Orches- tra 2,3,4-Vice President3 S.W. Regional Orchestra 3. BENJAMIN W. WILLIAMS. College Prep. Scholarship "T" 2,3,43 Dramatics Club 3,43 Touring Company 3,43 Thes- pians 43 Play Casts 3,43 Science Club 1,2,3,43 Chess Club 33 Stage Crew 3,43 Best Actor Award 4. MARK A. WILLIAMS. College Prep. Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 Stage Crew 2. SHARON KAY WION. Business. Choir 13 Budget Collector 1,23 F.H.A. 1,2,33 C.O.E. 4. CLEO H. WOFFORD. College Prep. Class Officer 3,4-Vice President3 Student Council 1,2,3,4-President3 Buckeye Boys' State 33 Senior Cabinet 43 Junior Cabinet 33 Key Club 3,43 Intramurals 23 Student Referee 33 Football 43 Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track 13 Prom Server 2. ROBERT D. WOLFE. College Prep. Choir 1. NANCY ANN WRIGHT. College Prep. ASTRA 3,43 Rec Council 1,2,3,4Q Intra- murals 1,2,3,4Q G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Inter- scholastics 13 Band 1,2,3,43 Majorette 3,45 Dramatics Club 23 F.T.A. 43 All Club Server 13 JCOWA 3,4. LOIS ANN YERIAN. Business. MARILYNN LOUISE YOUNCE. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 43 Creative Writers' Club 33 Dramatics Club 4. CHRISTOPHER R. YOUNG. College Prep. Trojan Toga Staff 43 Library Staff 43 Creative Writers' Club 2,43 Arts and Crafts Club 4. ROGER YOUNT. College Prep. Interact 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,33 Track 132. SUSAN JANE ZIMMERMAN. College Prep. Intramurals 1,2,33 G.A.A. 1,23 Band 1,2,33 Dramatics Club 43 F.B.W. 33 V.H.E. 4-Vice President. THE RAINMAKER November 15, 16 H, C, Cum-y ,.,,,,w,,, ....,.w..... J ames Dare Noah Cui-ry --,.-- ,,,,,,,,,,,, B en Williams Jim Cui-i-y -,A-.A-- -,,--,.Y. 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K Brown The dyunk Q---Q---Q--Q-IQ-,D'-D.-I,-,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,i,4,,..,..,,, J oel Hershey Townspeople - Sandra Vorpe, Mark Richter, Mike Kerr, Kathy Guss, Beth Kuehnle, Toni Arci, Karen Richter, Rich Parris, Debi Pugh, Janice McCoy, Joe Gallagher, Kurt Buckman, Rosemary Pittenger, Diana Lewis, Anita Caserta. CAROUSEL J .B. May 9, 10 lst Roustabout ....... ............-.------ D Ollg S3111 2nd Roustabout .,.... ......... R ichard MCCUUSY Prop Woman ---..,. ,,.,,,..,. S andi Graham Pygp Girl ,,,,,A, ..,...,.. P at Rllyllafd Nickleg ---,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D ave Hoak Zusg ,,,,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,, W ayne Lammers Sarah ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, T reese Shrock J.B. .,.... . Mary ..,,..,, ........Ben Williams ..,,..,..Jennifer Waite David ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, K urt Buckman Ruth ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, R osemary Pittenger 1st Maid ,,.,,,., ,,,,,,, C hristine Dixon 2nd Maid ....... Soldier ,..,,... ........Linda Osgood .........Kurt Buckman Preacher .... ............. M ike KSU' Dancer -,,.,,,.,,,, ,...,.,..... R ick VOI6 Girl .,..,,,i,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,........ J ane McAtee Mrs. Botticelli ..... ........ B eth Kllehlile Miss Mable ,,,i,,, ,............., C herly Green Mrs. Lesure ..... ..................,... L ynn Younce Jolly Adams ,,,..,,, ,,,,,.,,, R osemary Pittenger Mrs, Murphy ,,,,,,, ,.,.,.......... S andra Vorpe Mrs. Adams ,,,,,, ,......... J ane MCAUBG Bildad ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,..,., G ary Dixon Zophar ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,., J oe Gallagher Eliphaz ........ .........Chris Finnigan CAST Carrie Pipperidge ....,,.. ............,. ........ C a rol Drieling Julie Jordan ..,........ .........., B ecky Flory Mrs. Mullin ........ ......... B ecky McGee Billy Bigelow ..... ............. J oel Hershey Bessie .............., ........ C hristine Dixon Juggler ,............ ............. J ohn Davis 1st Policeman ..... ...,,., B ill Johnson David Bascombe . ........... Jack Hobson Nettie Fowler ........ ........ T erry Wildman Enoch Snow ......... ....... T erry Moore Jigger Craigin ...... .,..,...,..... J on Pierce Arminy .......,..... ........ K aren McGraw Penny ...... ......... K rista Buckles Jennie ...,. ........i. L inda Jackson Virginia ............ ....... M ichele Marinello Susan ................... Rosemary Mayer 2nd Policeman ................. ......,......... ,.......... C h arles Couch Captain ........................................................ ......... T ip Thiedeman Heavenly Friend CBrother Joshuaj ..,,.., .......... T om Kendall Starkeeper .........................................,.. ......... R andy Tate Louise fspeakingj ....... ......, K risty Kirby Louise Cdancingj ...... ........ H illary Bailen Enoch Snow, Jr. .... ,,......... T om Cheney Principal .............. ....... D oug Lathrop Doctor Seldon .............i,.,..........,,..,....,,.,.,.,,,,...,,,,.......,,, Randy Tate DANCERS: Hillary Bailen, Sue Stump, Marcia Sink, Anne Millet, Linda Pautsch, Robin Bristley, Christine Dixon, Linda Jackson, Charlene Wiehe, Eva Hewitt, Carla Hamilton, Judy McAtee, Jane Blackmore, Tammy Weikert, Debbi Arcidiacono, Penny Schrock, Doug Lathrop, Tony Sims, Craig Grenko, Doug Saul, David Rice, John Davis, Tip Thiedeman, Mike Jackson. CHORUS: Nena Grimes, Becky Sinks, Joyce Henderson, Dotty Hawkins,.Linda Sanger, Susan Blackmore, Susan Buchanan, Susan Reiman, Patty Loschiavo, Robin Cahill, Susan Hartsell, Carla Holfinger, Anne Pierce, Sherry Reeves, Nancy James, Valerie Elam, Jane Snell, Gretchen Ruder, Laura Allen, Valerie Long, Betsy Lathrop, Julia Gallagher, Lynn Duke, Debbie Huston, Marcia Ward, Laura Townsley, Mary Kay Cochran, Linda Moreland, Terry Boak, Nina Grines, Anne Gray, Laura Ellingson, Freda Hickman, Craig Grenko, Tony Soms, Reggie Ross, Charles Cran, Charles Couch, Steve Utrecht, Steve Leffell, Tom Cheney, Tom Kendall, Randy Tate, Doug Saul, Doug Lathrop, Mike Jackson, David Rice. ACTIVITIES-RECOGNITION ASSEMBLY Wednesday, May 14 Assembly for Service and Special Awards Herrlingel- Avqard ,-.--,,.,,,,,,,q,,,, Teri-y Wildman, Marshall Jones First Troy National Bank Fellowship Award .,.. Cleo Wofford Student Council Awards ....................----,------, 1 Year Ceftlflcatesf Neil Lewis, Ed Lewis, Steve Arnold, Sharon Colwell, Bob Campbell, Tim Dickensheets, Kay Meeker. 2 year certificates: Carlton Jones, David Rice, Dianne Pittsenbarger, Bill Harbor, Doug Saul, Mark Strominger, Richard Leyda. 3 year certificates: Jane Grove, Max Welty, Julie Kemper, Greg Knoderer, Jack Headapohl, Anne Millet, Randy Tate, Wayne Quillen. 4 year certificates: Marshall Jones, Vice-President, Becky Swigart, Tip Thiedeman, Treasurer, Chuck Reason, Sr. Representative, Sandra Stephens, Linda Donkelaar, Michael Weakley, Exchange Studentg George Meeker, David Deeterg Susan Schultz, Cleo Wofford, President. Administrative Management Society Scholarship Awards ,...,.,. Spelling Awards: Cathy Lawrence, Mary Ann McKenna, Bonnie Overholser. Arithmetic Awards: Marcia Caldwell, Denise Gilpin, Linda Lutz, Jane Rehmert. Outstanding Senior Business Student-Scholarship Key: Cathy Lawrence. Skating Award ....,...................-.- ----------,----,-------A-'--- N ancy Morgan Girls' State Representatives ..........,.,:----------,----------'------------ -----'--e- Delegates: Paula McDonald, Anne Millet. Alternates: Vicky Shoup, Jane Grove. Boys' State Representatives ............,......................... Max Welty, Dennis Dickensheets, Fred McMullen Perfect Attendance Awards .....................----. Charles BaSC0mb9, Carol Dreiling, Doug Houston, James Moyer, Dan Sheley, Lee Shellhaas, David Wells Gregg Shorthand Awards ,... 1 year award Q3 minute timingj: Rita Frances, Susan Konkel, Betty Gurklies, Vicky Cruea, Linda Stichter, Rhonda Cromes, Betsy Lathrop, Vickie Shoup, Denise Gass, Karen Clawson, Nancy Miller, Dorothy Leveck, Nancy Galbreath, Brenda Grove, Paula McDonald, Joan Dixon. 2 year award 15 minute timingjx Pam Avey, Kathy Duff, Gail Elliott, Robin Hoover, Cathy Lawrence, Gwen Lewis, Judy Lewis, Linda Lutz, Sue Stump. Outstanding Business Student of the Year Award by AMS: Cathy Lawrence Troy High School Sports Scholarship Award ....., Doug Huston Library Awards .,...,,..........................,,,..,.....,, 1 year certificates: Tom Cheney, John Denny, Sandy DeLong, Steve Duff, Joe Gallagher, Peggy Hooley, Lydia Jones, Joyce Rapp, Jane Swabb, Kathy Westfall, Jody Williamson, Chris Young 2 year certificates: Becky Gorrell, Anne Lynch 3 year certificates: Marjorie Bader, Mary Lou Stephan 4 year certificates: Vikki Rabada, Mary Rhynard Yearbook Awards ..................,. Mary Rhynard, Becky Hartman, Kathy Griner, Mitzi Bartee, Vicki Campbell, Becky Swigart, Vikki Rabada, Pixie Kramer, Hillary Bailen, Chuck Tamplin, Craig Kister, Roger Garrett, Joe Dilworth, Steve Peterka, Teresa Caserta, Vicky Schubert, Kristy Kirby, Judy Karnehm, Steve Blackmore Projectionist Awards ................ Bruce Morrett, Dave Benedict, Dale Davy, Dan Gurklies, Wayne Davy, Marvin Force Color Guard Awards ............,............. Jim Mikels, Larry Shaw, Marvin Force, Alan James Arion Award .,...,....,...,,,,................. ..,..,. C harlene Cleveland John Philip Sousa Award ..,.. Overall Music Award ...... ...,.,.......Carol Drieling ..,..,.Terry Wildman Choir Award .....,..,.,...,.,,,.,,.............,.. ......... T erry Moore Stage Crew Awards ....,.,,,,...,............... ......... D oug McCabe, Christine Dixon, Dan Martin Best Supporting Actor ,..........,......,...,......,.....,., Wayne Lammers Best Supporting Actress ..,,.,..,............,,,.,,...,,.,.,,,,,., Cheryl Green Best Actor ,.........,............... ....... B en Williams and David Hoke Best Actress ...,..,..,..........,........,....,,,,.,.,,,,,,.,.,...,...,,,,,, Jane McAtee Best Thespians ......,.......,,..................,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, David Hoke, Jane McAtee, Rosemary Pittenger SCHOLARSHIP RECOGNITION ASSEMBLY Rensselaer Award in Mathematics ........ ............. R obert Rosen Mathematics Pin ........,.,..,...,...,.......... ....... R aymond Swigart Bausch-Lomb Award in Science ..........,...,......,.. Frederick Miller Basic Studies Awards ......,.......,...,........,,.,.,.,.,....... Hillary Bailen, Katherine Berchtold, James Braun, Sherry Cawley, Karen Copp, Linda Cooper, Nena Grimes, Nina Grimes, Kathy Griner, Jack Hobson, Linda Jackson, Marshall Jones, Jim Kessler, Craig Kister, Jim Moyer, Vikki Rabada, Tonia Ryan, Susan Schultz, Sandra Stephens, Mark Williams National Merit Finalist Awards ..,...................,. Sherry Cawley, Ellen Dannin, Marshall Jones, Benjamin Williams National Merit Letters of Commendation ,.,. Thomas Dunnam, Elaine S. Eberly, Frederick Miller, Tom Schuenke Valedictorian Award ..,..........,...........,.............. Sherry K, Cawley Salutatorian Award .,......,........,..................., Frederick W, Miller Admissions with Distinction to Colleges .......... Sherry Cawley, Carol Ann Drieling, Marshall Jones, Frederick Miller, Robert Rosen fall Miami Universityj, Jennifer Sue Ingle fOhio Northern Universityj -182- National Honor Society Induction ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,..,,,.., , ..,,.,-,,--, Seniors: Calvin Towne, Linda Donkelaar, James Kessler, Betty Gurklies, Becky Swigart, Becky Flory, Bonnie Chipley, David Albright, Vickie Cruea, Rosemary Mayer, Mark Katterheinrich, Joseph Conard, Jeff Schilling, Darla Donley, Kathy Griner, Greg Colello, Marcia Caldwell, Mary Hemm, Mary McKenna, Rodney Schaurer, Jack Hobson, Judy Lewis, Becky Hartman, Tom Dunnam, Kristine Kirby, Brenda Grove, Vicki Schubert, Nina Grimes, Linda Lutz. Juniors: Teresa Caserta, Karen Clawson, Jill Dannin, Christine Dixon, Jan Flory, Virginia Garst, Vivian Garst, Charles Gates, Denise Gilpin, Cheryl Green, Marilyn Hufford, Lydia Jones, Julie Kemper, Kevin Kendall, Michele Marinello, Melissa Miller, Suzanne Miller, Anne Millet, Linda Pautsch, Teckla Scott, Rebecca Sinks, Susan Sodders, Linda Sutliff, Pat Thiedeman, Pamela Webb. SENIOR RECOGNITION Hobart Arena Thursday, May 29, 1969 8:00 P.M. PRESENTATION OF AWARDS Award Recipient Faculty Scholarship to Miami University ,,.. Douglas Huston, Karen Copp Key Club Scholarship ...,.,......................,........... Linda Donkelaar Class of 1968 Scholarship .,.... Sherry Cawley, Frederick Miller Troy Business and Pofessional VVomen's Scholarship .............. Vicky Cruea Lions Club Scholarship Award .......,..,,.,.....,...,...... Kathy Griner Rotary Club Scholarship Award .... Tonia Ryan, Linda Cooper Kiwanis Club Scholarship ..............................., Shannon DeHart Hobart Welding School Scholarships .,.....,........ David Wagner, William Myers, Eric May, Dale Bashore Charles Liggett Van Cleve Memorial Award .... Rebecca Flory Eagles Scholarship .,..,.,....,.....,.... Vincent Miller, Darla Donley Joy Steele Jones Memorial Scholarship .,............,. Cleo Wofford Jeanine Kendall Minnich Memorial Scholarship .... Jennifer Ingle ASTRA Club Scholarship ..,...........,....,.......,,,,.,,..r. Joseph Conard Ohio Congress Memorial Scholarship ................ Sherry Cawley Troy Optimist Clubs' Scholarship .......................... James Moyer Jaycee Wives' Scholarship .........,.....,.,.....,..,,,,.,,,..., Lucy Golowin Troy Foundation Grants-in-Aid ............ Victoria Lynne Cruea, Donnie Winston Massingill, Thomas E. Hare, James Edward Higgins, Robert Jay Waddingham, Susan Jean Konkol, Earlrita Ann Satterfield, Mary Elizabeth Furrow, Susan J. Zimmerman, James S. Mikels, Jr., Mary Pixie L. Kramer, Darrell E. Miller Citizens Scholarship Foundation .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jennifer Ing-le, Vickie Schubert, Shannon DeHart, Linda Cooper, Nina Grimes, Nena Grimes, Corrine Adams, Darla Donley, Cathy Roszell, Becky Swigart, Betsy Lathrop, Kay Murray, Jim Moyer, Linda Jackson, Marley Buckman WE CAME, WE SAW, WE CONQUERED by Barbara Denoyer Our high school years tell quite a story That starts with fear and ends with glory And has included in between The things we've done, the sights we've seen. It all began in '65 When in the fall we did arrive And found ourselves a little lost And by the upperclassmen bossed. But things began to happen fast And soon we were a close-knit class. We saw the way that things were done Deciding it just might be fun. Phys. Ed. we learned from Hildred and Gary Each day our gym class seemed to vary But there was some excitement as one could have guessed When a fire drill caught second period half-dressed. Miss Floyd tried to teach us all kinds of knowledge To try to prepare us for four years of college. And even if we learned not a thing, We were given the privilege of hearing her sing. Mr. Hoffman in Math class was really quite tough As he flipped quarters catching them all in his cuff. Some kids on the other hand had Mr. Wiley Who just stood in front of the class looking smiley. Our Classes in Science were really a pain Mr. Thomas was always explaining his plane. Sometimes we'd laugh so hard we could cry If we learned nothing else, at least we learned how to fly. Everyone thought the boys were insane When they started a marathon basketball game. But they kept right on working at their little caper, Eventually getting their names in the paper. Well, this about did it for our Freshman year And also for some of our shyness and fear. And so now we would happily move to 10th grade, To see all the progress, if any, we'd made. And now we come to '66 A year for work, a year for kicks A year for more of our long hard study With hopes that the road wouldn't be as muddy. Barbara and Jerry took gym over now We studied our bodies, the why and the how. But discussions in class weren't enough for our gents They thought they'd learn more looking through the girls' vents. Mrs. Fogt tried to teach us Biology I But the boys seemed only there to have fun. They paid no attention and did what they wished. First period decided they Wanted to fish. Some boys entered Key Club and some Interact And tried out for all sports from football to track. The girls entered Block "T" and learned how to scream ln an organized manner to help out the team. Our cheerleading judges were really quite choosy And finally chose Eva, Kathy, and Susie. For two years they'd lead us in varsity cheers As we'd cheer on our boys through victories and tears. In English our Orgel book now hit the scene As we'd learn many new words and what each one means. To some, though, it just seemed like a bother And it went in one ear and right out the other. Our 16th birthdays began to arrive We all thought we were big now that we could drive. We all wanted to see how exciting it feels To get around town on a new set of wheels. But soon our Sophomore year was over And now it seemed we were all in clover. Our first two years were now in the past And finally we hit the upper class. As Juniors our English was really a pain Some kids had Miss Jacobs, some Miss Floyd again. Mike Matthews got upset and thought it absurd, So he wrote how he felt. in his book, word for word. Mr. Biesner attempted in Chemistry lab To show us experiments without getting mad But the only real thing that 5th period learned Was how to crack marbles without getting burned. In one of our pep rallies here at the school Tom Dunam walked in with a giant slide rule. His actions resulted from something he'd heard On a morning announcement he thought was absurd. We worked long and hard with the guidance of "Kaz" To host this year's prom as each junior class. We made it the greatest and prettiest dance And used as a title "An Evening in France." This year marked the start of the boys newest craze When the girls climbed the stairs, they'd sit there and gaze But their new little game gained a bit of attention At one council meeting when it had been mentioned. Then all at once the Seniors were gone Leaving us chores that we must carry on Finally reaching the top of the school Ready to move on, ready to rule. Now we were starting our very last year And all of the previous vagueness grew clear. The girls turned to women, the boys turned to men, The days were all happy, the fun time began. Though football this year wasn't really too hot I'm sure the last game's one that no one forgot With a party at Adams' topping it all As everyone laughed watching each other fall. The marching band this year was really quite good They performed many tricks that no other band could. Their motto was always "The show must go on" Even when all the lights in the stadium were gone. Our Homecoming night was a beautiful scene With Katy reigning as our beautiful queen And Shannon out there leading the cheers And seeing all the Block "T" 's tears. Everyone seemed to make such a fuss When senior boys threw eggs at our Block "T" bus. But we soon put an end to the jokes that they played By making them clean up the mess that they'd made. Coach Conard's wrestling team really was great With Tony and Bill competing at state This team earned our high school much glory and fame And helped to make wrestling a dignified game. Our class worked hard at the chicken dinner To make this class activity a winner And it really was a success even though Some carry-outs didn't get where they were to go. The senior cheerleaders had their flings Like everyone else, they all went to Bing's. But then their cheers were a little upended When, for two games they were suspended. Now spring had come with its showers and ants And bright flowers all over George's pants. But since the teachers thought it strange They made poor George go home and change. Some guys were excused to go hunting this year But Bradley shot not only deer. And Monte was quite unexpectedly thrown When he was caught hunting in nature's own. Our political parties were BRIAR and WAR With rallies to show what each party stood for And three days to campaign and really have fun Messing the halls up and just acting dumb. Then came the Junior and Senior Prom When our lovely queen Becky and our handsome king Tom Reigned over a dance with a wintery theme That was really quite properly titled "Snowdreams." Now comes the time that we've waited for, To close up the books that we'll use no more To leave behind our childhood days And go along our separate ways. Recalling all the things we've done It's clear we've shown to everyone That we a1'e mighty, we are fine, We're the great class of "69". ELECTIONS Briar War MAYOR Shannon DeHart George Meeker DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SERVICE Jim Moyer Tom Schuenke PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL Doug McCabe :f:Tom Massie CITY COUNCIL Doug Huston Donna O'Keefe 'Nancy Galbreath Joe Conard Vicky Gearhardt :5:Ron Benning Patsy Thaxton Norm Metcalf Sue Stump :lfLinda Sanger Gail Elliott Laura Ellingson :Toni Ryan Linda Cooper CLERK OF COUNCIL Linda Jackson Kristy Kirby AUDITOR - City Kay Kreitzer 2f:Bob Johnson ENGINEER - City :Becky Flory Bob Brandenburg TREASURER - City Becky McGee :FMary K. Cochran SOLICITOR - City Bill Johnson :f:Marshall Jones JUDGE OF MUNICIPAL COURT Karlene Berkshire Wim Johnston FIRE CHIEF Linda Donkelaar Tony Miller POLICE CHIEF Nancy Miller Kevin Lavelle COUNTY COMMISSIONER Jon Pierce Kay Murray Tip Thiedeman Karen Copp Roger Yount tRobert Elam COMMON PLEAS JUDGE Arleen Manson i5iCleo Wofford PROBATE JUDGE Eva Hewitt l:John Mott PROSECUTOR Tom Kendall Rosemary Mayer ENGINEER - County Doug Trostle Jeff Walker AUDITOR - County Barb Denoyer Linda Stichter TREASURER - County Carol Dreiling :l:Sharon Jones RECORDER - County Dennis Bodiker Judy Karnehm CLERK OF COURTS Sandra Stephens YCathy Rozell SHERIFF Bill Seiple Chuck Reason CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN Tip Thiedeman Jeff Shilling Potrons Dr. Robert Buchan Warren W. Kaebnick, M.D. W. J. LaVelle, D.V.M. Walter B. Meeker, M.D. Dr. Peter Nims Philip K. Oldham, Architect Dr. Norman G. Short Dr. Carl E. Tate, O.D. Dr. R. M. Thompson John A. 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