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Change, the very thing around which all of our lives
revolve, has been evident and sometimes overpowering
this year at Union. The new addition was sometimes
an inconvenience, but no one complained for they
realized it would more than pay for itself in added
facilities and room. Junior High students seemed awed
by the huge mass of people the first of the year, but
they soon adapted. New and challenging classes were
provided for the high school as the old ones were ex-
panded and enlivened with new information. 'Grow-
ing used to their new teammates was a factor in the
training of Unionis athletes. New parking instruc-
tions, methods of unloading buses, and changes in
lunch schedules helped to keep us on our toes.
Outside of school as well, the lives of the students
were affected by the alteration of their environment.
New leadership for our country was selected this year
A factor which will influence all of our lives in some
way. A change.
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Steak dinners, dancing, a movie with 'The Young Amer-
icans", bowling and a buffet breakfast all went together to
create the friendly and relaxed feeling of the students' all
night Junior-Senior Prom.
King Jim Wisener and Queen Connie Rader reigned dur-
ing the evening along with the Prince Brian Cates and
Princess Jane Gordon.
Lavishly dressed couples strolled from the soft lights and
music of the Leland Motor Inn is ballroom to the mezzanine
where two smiling sophomores Marsha Fouse and Jana
Rodeffer served Hawaiian punch and cookies. Sparkling
conversation and easy laughter could always be found
around the punch bowl.
Faculty as well as students enjoyed their evening of fun
along with a little good natured teasing of Mr. Dalzell.
After the night's festivities most of the students returned
to the Leland for breakfast. The gray misty morning fail-
ed to dampen anyone is spirit, but just added more ro-
manticism to a night which will long be remembered.
Juniors Brian Cates and ,lane Gordon express their popularity by
being elected Prince and Princess hy the class of 68.
jim Wisener and Connie Rader accent Prom - 1968 as King 81 Queen
Pam Madill and Randy Cates enjoy Peppermint - Spring's relaxed
attitude with conversation during the dance.
heme of Prom 1968
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Handsome boys and beautiful girls enjoyed the soft dance music. -N V
Dancing was excellent in the l,eland's spacious ballroom. Bob Glaser and janet Golliher rest their feet between dances.
Rockets Show Spirit in Many Ways
Being an active and responsible member of any organiza- day with a full schedule takes a lot of energy. They profited
tion requires that a lot of time be invested outside the in the exact knowledge of how our govemment works.
function itself. Union students showed their desire to excel The Editor and assistant editor ofthe annual also gave
and be the very best in many ways this year. up some of their vacation for the school, they attended a
Our varsity cheerleaders spent a week of their summer summer workshop at Ball state for two weeks.
vacation at a camp for cheerleaders in Syracuse, Indiana. Pride in theappearance of their school and their own ap-
They brought pride back to our school since in their short pearance was also indicative of the Rockets, spirit. At-
stay they were awarded the spirit stick, an honor given to tractive and neat-appearing boys and girls were everywhere
the girls who show the most school spirit. in Unionis halls.
The week that our two delegates spent at Boys, State and Class spirit was greatly exhibited by this year's Juniors
Girls' State on the Purdue campus was far from a vacation when they soared over their goal of 33600 in their mag-
for them. Rising at six and continuing throughout the azine sales.
Becky, Belinda, Gloria, and Pam often practice after school on the yells and routines they leamed at Cheerleading camp.
Monty and Kenny, Union's representatives to Boys' State. Marcia and Becky, Unionis representatives to Girls' State.
Ann and Bnan exhlblt very well what a well dressed semor at
Umon rmght be wearmg th1s year
Steve and Gloria pause for the camera between classes to show
what the juniors' taste in fashions are.
kathy and Kenny pondu' over the new skills they learned at the an
Jeff Halstead, the top seller in the
Junior magazine sales,
Miss Mardi Gras
Miss Personality 1967
Becky Owens Mi
Marching to the tune of "Pass Me By W, the Union Band
started things rolling at the annual Winchester Jaycees Fall
Mardi Gras. Representing our school in the Queen Con-
test were Junior, Kathy Cross, and Senior, Becky Owens.
During the parade both girls smiled and waved amid the
confetti and squirt guns. At the climax of the evening, our
Senior Candidate, Becky Owens, was crowned Queen of the
Mardi Gras 1968.
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glhe Nlignight Hour from Monroe Central played for the dance, and really kept things in high gear all through
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Amold the pig was a main attraction at the dance.
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Larry, joe, and Ernie relax during the dance and just listen. The Seniors girls went all out in dressing for the dance.
Mr. Rex Cates
. I oe Freer
. Richard Golliher
. Raymond Fonts
. James Barker
Mr. Leslie Slinker Mr. Carl Hylton
New building, new classes, and the numerous other
changes in the old routine brought the administration of
U.H.S. more than enough to do. Several Monday nights
the school hoard spent their evening with Mr. Slinker
ironing out the new problems that have come up along
with the new building.
Re-generation of school spirit in all activities -- academic,
Mrs. Nila Miller
athletic, or extracurricular is typical of Principal Carl
Hyltonis first year at Union.
The guidance counselor, Hrs. Miller, is always ready
with sound advice on future career plans.
John Brewer, the principal of the Blountswille ele-
mentary, helps to prepare his students for the challenges
they will meet in high school.
Hr. John Brewer
Mrs. Betty Cox
Xlrs. Ruthana Lumpkin
Faculty Guides Students Through Changing Year
Planning a class party, coaching a school athletic team,
and sponsoring a school organization are only a few of the
extra-curricular activities that the faculty members para
Grading papers, giving quizs and explaining things again
and again are also part of a teachers day.
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The faculty at Union has led us through a changing year
of crowded halls and classrooms with the sound of con-
struction promising additional space.
Always to help, the teachers at Union made Union
not just a but a place to develop our skills and
Mr. Dwight Boss
Mrs. Ruth Brookshire
Mr. Steve Burton
Mr. Raymond Chitty
Mr. Marlin Craig
Mr. Dalton Dalzell
Mrs. Flava Edwards
Mrs. Sally Fleck
Mrs. Martha Foutz
Mrs. Shirly Freer
Mr. Michael Harrold
Mr. Paul Hobson
Mrs. Mary Gordon
Mrs. Lou Greek
Mr, John Greenwood
Mrs. Ruth ,I ones
Mrs. Edith Keating
Mrs. Lucy Kemplin
Mr. Gary Kaiser
Mrs. Frances Kirklin
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. Pauline Leeka
. Margaret Lewis
. Mary Ellen Maynard
Mrs. julia Owens
Mrs. Naomi Oxley
Mr. Wayne Ransom
Mrs. Grace Rappe
Mrs. Elizabeth Teal
Mr. Bill Townsend
Mrs. Sharon Sears
Miss Judy Stanley
Mr. David Stephens
Mrs. Patti Wamer
Mrs. Eva Weiss
Mrs. Carole Wilson
Mrs. Idona Wright
MR. DWIGHT BOSS
Grade 4, coach of 5th and 6th grade basketball
MRS. RUTH BROOKSHIRE
English 9, journalism, Spanish, sponsor ot' Spanish Club, Annual
and Rocket Write-Up.
MR. STEVE BURTON
Industrial Arts, sponsor of Freshman Class, Lettermans Club, In-
terrnurals, coach of MB" Team.
MR. RAYMOND CHITTY
Band fElementary, Jr. High, and Hiya Schoolj
MR. MARLIN CRAIG
Boys Physical Education, Business Education, coach of Varsity
Bpslgetball, Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track, and Lettermans
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MR. DALTON DALZELL
Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, sponsor of Senior Class
MRS. FLAVA EDWARDS
MRS. SALLY FLECK
MRS. MARTHA FOUTZ
MRS. SHIRLEY FREER
MR. MICHAEL HARROLD
jr. High History, sponsor of 8th Grade, Freshman Basketball
coach, and Golf coach, History Club.
MR. PAUL HOBSON
Agriculture, power and trans ortation, sponsor of 4-H, FFA, Young
Farmer Chapter, and Adult Fliirmer Class
MRS. MARY GORDON
MRS. LOU GREEK
MR. JOHN GREENWOOD
MRS. RUTH JONES
Typing, Bookkeeping, and Librarian
MRS. ETHAL KEATING
Speech and English, sponsor of majorettes, sophomore class, debate
team and school plays
MRS. LUCY KEMPLEN
MRS. FRANCES KIRKLIN
MR. ANTHONY KREBS
7th and 8th Grade Mathematics, sponsor of 8th Grade
MRS, JEAN KONWERSKI
Girls Physical Education, Gen. Business, Typing I, Health, sponsor
of Sophomore class
MRS. PAULINE LEEKA
MRS. MARGARET LEWIS
Registered Nurse at School
MRS. MARY ELLEN MAYNARD
Art fElementary, Jr. High, and High Schoolj, sponsor of 7th grade
MRS. JULIA OWENS
MR. WAYNE RANSOME
7th and 8th Grade Science, sponsor of 7th grade
MRS. GRACE RAPPE
Home Economics, sponsor of Freshman class
MRS. FLORENCE REYNARD
MRS. ELIZABETH TEAL
Latin I and II, Bus. Procedures, Typing II, and Shorthand, Honor
Society, Latin Club, and Ilth Grade
MR. WILLIAM TOWNSEND
Refresher math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Sr. Math,
sponsor of Senior Class and Wrestling Coach
MRS. SHARON SEARS
Vocal Music fElementary, Jr. High, and High Schoolj, sponsor of
High School Chorus
MR. WILLIAM TOWNSEND
Refresher Math, Algebra I and Il, Geometry, and Sr. Nlathg sponsor
of Senior Class and Wrvstling Coach
MRS. SIIARON SEARS
Vocal Music CElementary,jr. lligh, and High Schooljg sponsor of
High School Chorus
MISS IUDY STANLEY
English sponsor ofjumor Class and Pep I luly
MR DAVID STEPIIFNS
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MRS. PAULINE STEVENSON
Tih and 8th Grade Englishg sponsor of 8th Grade
MRS. PATTY WARNER
MRS. EVA WEISS
NIRS CAROL WILSON
Sociology Vlorldllistorw L
Society and Histon Club
MRS IDONA WRIGHT
S History Civics sponsor of Honor
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School Bus drivers, Front Row:
Howard Smith, Donnie Patter-
son, Harley Shaffer, jim Cle-
venger, Nick Best, Ralph Mc-
Kinsey. Second Row: Oris
Taylor, Bill Fuqua, Bud Heat-
on, Joe Jennings, Dave Miller,
Eldon Rockhill, and Fred Ma-
di.ll. These are the brave men
who face an average of fifty
children between the ages of 6
and 18 every weekday morning
for nine months of the year.
Each Helps in His Own Wcly
Ray Bruner, Blountsville Custodian.
Union Cooks: Naomi Trender, Cora Howell, Nancy Finchum, juan-
ita McCormick, Anna Mae Thomas, and Ethel Short
Union Custodians: Raymond Lee, Clint Cross, and John Rawlings
Blountsville Cooks: Ethel Warner and Bertha Rodeffer.
Latin, Spanish, and English are the language classes
which Union offers to her high school and junior high
students. English Literature is also incorporated in to
those English classes offered. This program can prepare
students for college classes or for the fluent use of their
own language in everyday life.
Sophomore English students study the display of poets and poetry
Barbara pores over the conjugation of a Latin verb. Sandra and Belinda look over their Spanish magazines.
Seventh grade Spanish students gain fluency and practice by pronouncing their words together in class.
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Rocket Write-Up, Nlemories. and a column in the New
Castle paper are just a fcss of the publications which keep
this yearisjournalism class liusy, Students learn the correct
form ofjournalistic m riting and how to assemble and print
their own newspaper. Nlrs. Brookshire aids her students in
practical and technical assistance in each field.
Lanny checks over a newspaper stencil for errors.
Speech ond Debote
As a class which was offered for the first time Speech
and Debate caught and held the interest of many junior
and senior students this year. This class sponsored the
first school play of the year, "Rebel Without a Causefi
Also for the first time in its history Lnion has sent a
group of students to the Speech Conference held at Ball
State University and to the Knights of Phythias l uhlic
Speaking Contest, Mrs, Keating helps each of her herrin-
ning students to gain composure and confidence in public
john acts as technician in the recording of Becky's speech
2 . re. Keatinv and john confer over the recorder s operation
Wayne proved to be one of the more controversial speakers.
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Mock elections are a high point in this election year to Learning the role of our government, its functions, and its
many Civics and History students. During the election, heritage through the practical experience of trips to the
speeches are given, platforms are presented, and the students state legislature and courtrooms gave lVlrs, Wilson's job of
follow the normal voting proceedures in casting their hal- teaching the added boost of actual student participation.
Steve is delivering his report on power politics to the History class. Linda and Lanny grade mme Qld tests to study for the exams.
Registration for the mock elections is held two days prior to the election itself.
Allen and Tom do the assigned
experiment in their chemistry
lab on Wednesday evening.
This lab is held so the students
may have more time in which
to complete their experiments
without the restricting 55 min-
utes in their regular class time.
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Debbie serves as a model for the television camera which was demon-
strated to the physics class. This experiment was first taped and
recorded then it was played back to the class.
Silbjeets ranging from general math to analytical geonielry and
from lriolog' to pliysirs keep llnionis t'lll'l'lt'llllllIl in these fields
up to date in this ewr-rliuiigiiig worlfl. Xlr. Dalzellls and Nlr. Rain-
somls leaching in the sviviitiliic fi:-lils provides the practical ltnoxs-
how for future scientists und tevliiiiciuiis. Leading the nay in the
math depairlniciit keeps Xlr. 'llUWIlSt'llfl and Nlr. Krelrs busy.
Slide rules sure help in the computation ol' those trigonometry answers.
jackie and Becky compare their results.
Typing I proves to be a popu
lar class, even with the upper
Typing sixty words a minute, taking dictation at twice
that speed, suffering through balancing and double entry,
and learning to operate a mimeograph machine or making
a letterhead-these are only samples of the practical busi-
ness knowledge taught by Mrs. Konwerski, Mrs. Jones and
Whether a student wishes to become a secretary or at-
tend college. he discovers the world of business skills and
the poise which comes from knowledge.
Learning shorthand in high school will benefit these girls on the job.
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Becky goes over next period,s assignment to prepare herself. Pictures of all Union's business students on display.
In eighth grade Home Ec. Teresa is working dilligently on the skirt she's making.
In Home Experience project the girls pick out a project in
which they do something helpful for someone else. After
their projects are completed, each group takes an interesting
field trip to the destination of their choice, such as the Indi-
ana School for the Blind.
Brenda and Vicki learn the correct way to set a table. Cheryl puts to use the tailoring she must learn as a senior
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you! James seems to be heavi-
ly absorbed in searching for the
solution of this drafting prob-
lndustrial Arts classes under the direction of Mr. Burton
introduce many novel ideas about such areas as architecture,
mechanical drawing. and shop to his mechanically inclined
students. During thc year the students learn to use many
tools and skills which are entirely unfamiliar to them at the
beginning ofthe year.
During the year the Industrial firts department has acquired
many sets of drafting instruments to aid the future draftsmen.
Also the school has purchased a new band saw, metal lathe,
and power hacksaw for the use of the boys in shop classes.
These tools and instruments are all a part of the improved
lndustrial Arts program at Union.
Freshmen boys work on their projects in Shop I.
Randy searches for another tool before beginning his project.
Joe uses the grinder to smooth down a weld on his shifter.
The rapidly expanding technologies of todayis world have left
left great impact on the studies of agriculture. Mr. Hobson
always endeavors to keep his students up on the new scien-
tific methods as well as the tried and true ones. Students al-
so gain knowledge of the works of modern farm equipment
by assembling it for the local dealer.
Assembling a com planter gives Ed, Jim, and Herschel some valuable
experience in working on fam: equipment.
Using the wide variety of tools
available in the shop, Greg and
Brent assemble their section of
a com planter. This planter lost
a wheel as it was leaving the
driveway. Well, nobody's per-
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Varied Priigrilrrls for thc creative student are offered by quired from cach studcnt includes chalk pictures, weaving,
the art department. Beginning with thc basic fundamcntals Clay Objects. drawing of outdoor scenes, and a study of art-
in junior high, lVlrs. lVlaynard progresses with cach group un- ists. The art students, two from Jr. lligh and cight from
til they HFC required to do an oil painting in Art Il, Work N-. high school, participate in the county art exhibit whcrc they
arc judged and awardcd ribbons or cash prizcs.
Robert studies his drawing in an effort to improve his work. Alan applies the ink to his printing mold'
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First Row: T. Finchum, J. Thornburg, R. Martin, D. House, B. Fin- M. Blackbum, and Mr, Craig fCoachj
chum, Standing: J. Burrows, R. Baumgartnergj . Wilson, J . Halstead,
Won 7, Lost 2
Bill and J im find practice and hard work makes the difference.
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First Row: R. Cates, J. Halstead, B. Haggard, D. House. Second fC0achJ Third Row: J. Burrows, and J. Lanier
Row: J. Butler, D. Haggard,J. Thomburg,J. Wilson, Mr. Craig
880 relay record holders with 1:37.1 - S. Kelsey, B. Haggard, D. Haggard, and J. Butler
Won 5, Lost 5, Tied l
pony League lp-lrsl Howl R' Hum R' Bantam R. Hancock, R- Ben, Wisehart, K. Carter, R. Sanderson, R. Cain, R. Lindsay, D. Hunt, and
ram, R. Shore, G. Slinker Second Row: D. Cox,,I. Rodeffer, R. Mr- Hf1f0ldlC0f1-fm
High School lrlrsl How: B. Haggard, pl Klrklln, R. Howell, ll Hal. D, Felton, S. Kelsey, B. Lee, D. Haggardl1T, Warner, J. Catey, L.
stead, R. Cates. M. Gourley, M. Bertram Second Row: B. Cates, Brooks, S' I-'oveau and Mr' Burton ICON l
hth Grade Basketball
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Seventh First Row: J. Sheppard. L. Heltzel, C. Ogden, R. Weaver, M. Ash, R. Brooks, R. Decker, J. Parker, D. Baldwin, L. Golliher.
J. Cross, B. Smith Second Row: Mrs. Ransome fCoachJ L. Farmer,
Eighth First Row: R. Hodson, J. Ogden, R. Hunt, A. Gregory, B, J. Rodeffer, R, Wisehart, C. Conwell, E. Small, R. Rico, and R. Shore.
PCdlg0, R. Lindsay, Second Row: Mr. Ransome fCoachJ, T. Brooks,
Monroe Central 33
Blue River I9
Randolph Southern 28
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23 Monroe Central 39
41 Selma 35
58 Blue Riwr I4
30 linion City 28
Zl Nortlivastvrn 32
Seventh and eighth grade cheerleaders: Sharon Rader, Susie Cross, Freshmen cheerleaders: Terry l-leltzel, jane Lindsay, Patty lessee,
Lora Golliher, and jackie Lee. and Donna Powell.
First Rvwrl R- Bertram, R- Bertram, R- Cain, R- Hanwck SeC0l'ld fCoachj W. Lumpkin, M, Funk, D. Williams, G. Slinker, R. Hall, and
Row: T. Fmchum, R. Sanderson, P. Terhaar Third Row: Mrs. Harold D, Cox fstudent Manager-y
B Team Cheerleaders
First Row: W. Lumpkin, D.
Williams. S. Loveall, T. Criswell,
D. House,J. Thornburg, Nl, Ber-
tram, Second Row: Nlr. Burton
filoachj, L. Brooks,j. NlcGaug-
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The Rockets Are Victorious First Row: G. Bertram, B, Owens, S. D. Haggard,J. Wilson, R. Cates, B. Lee, G. Slinker, and Mr. Craig
Kelsey, M. Blackburn, B. Haggard,j. Halstead, P. Madill, B. Rubush, fCoachj
Second Row: D. Cox, D. johnson, Mr. Burton.,I. Butler, B. Cates.
Varsity Cheerleaders: Becky Owens, Belinda Ruhush, Pam Madill, and Gloria Bertram.
Union City 58
Blue River 40
Tri High 54
Cambridge City 68
Monroe Central 39
jim "holds em off" asjeff and Dean come to the rescue
Rockers Win Tourney
Dean makes a grab for a wayward rebound.
The Rockets battle it out with Northeastem for possession.
Happiness is Rocket Power!
As one of the victorious Rockets, Monty takes his tum at cutting
down the net.
First Row: E. Dines, D. Jones, A. Buck, D. Searcy, J. Burrows,J. Finchum, R. Howell, S. Paine, R. Hales, R. Lindsey, M. Dalton, T.
Vore, T. Knipp, T. Wamer, Second Row: A. Lindsey, L. Brooks, B. Fields Third Row: M. Lowrcy, F. Buck, and R. Jones.
Union 28 Blue River 28
Union 21 Shenandoah 33
Union 12 Eastern Hancock 43
Union 6 Hagerstown 48
Union 17 Cambridge City 38
Union 23 Daleville 31
Union 29 Wapahani 21
Union 46 Wes-Del 10
Union 22 South Adams 30
Union 14 Nlarkleville 34
Ron rides for a second to catch his breath Union 12 Yorktown 34
' Union 30 Northeastern Wayne 20
Mike counters to avoid a leg-takedown.
Using an efficient half-nelson, Terry counteracts the crab.
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Alan tries for a roll-over on his South Adams opponent.
By using a double-arm drag, Mike wears his man down, Ron gets an official manicure before the match.
Randy releases his foe at the sound of the buzzer. His opponenfs predicament shows Joeis promise as a first year wres
Under the direction of Mr. Burton, a schedule of sporting
events for those boys not involved in varsity sports was
made up. It included a complete program of basketball and
volleyball with tournies to determine the champions.
Basketball Toumey Winners: R. Sanderson, J. Lanier, B. Hartman,
and A. Troxell. Regular Season Champs: G. Cool, L. Swoveland, R.
Daryl goes up to score during his lunch hour.
Howell, and N. Brockman.
Jr. High students held separate games and toumies.
Seated: D. Johnson Vice President, B. Rubush President, B. Haggard er, G. Swindell, M. Lowrey, Mrs. Miller fSponsorj R. Wisehart, Mr.
Secretary, M. Blackbum Reporter Standing: R. Gregory, J . Swing- Hylton fSponsorj, C. Masterson, D. Farmer, and B. Felton
Student Councl I
Acting as an adsdsory hoard representing the feelings of furnished, convocation proceedure was placed in the hands
the students, the Student Council heads the list of school of the students, a handbook of activities and rules was pre-
organizations. Through their work a Coke machine was pared and the annual Christmas Dance was the finest ever.
Belinda, Rick, Gay, Mike, and
Dee all went to Centerville High
School for a half day to visit iff:
their Student Council and sit
in on one of their meetings.
If youid like to get in shape for the track team or seek
out new adventures, just join the office staff. These peo-
ple learn to he versatile out of necessity, one day they
might count money, the next they may he taking over a
class for a teacher whois been called to the phone. N
Seated: Mrs. Miller. fGuidance Councilorj, Standing: M. Fouse, J . Homer,
B. Hancock, and M. Gourley.
Herschel looks over today's absence list to see just who's missing.
Seated: Mrs. Lumpkin, lSecretaryj, Standing: J. Wilson, W. Rad- M. Foutz, and F. Wilkinson
ford, P. Madill, M. Bryant, D. Haggard, B. Shaffer, C. Kerr, K. Cross,
Brian and Randy double as scorekeepers for a wrestling match.
Lettermens' "U" Club
The Lettermens' Club has been reehristened as the '4U'7
Club this year to accent the stepped up activities and ben-
efits. A rather unglamorous, but profitable, job was ob-
tained by lettermen this year: cleaning up the gym after
the basketball games. All senior members are awarded
their Honor Blankets as well as their Honor Jackets for
their efforts in varsity sports.
Mike Anderson and Lowell Coy of the Blu Mist harmonize for the
"U" Club's dance after the Yorktown game.
First Row: M. Bertram, D. Searcy,J. Thomhurg, A. Buck, D. jones,
J. Burrows, Second Row: Mr. CraigfSponsorj, S. Kelsey Secretary,
J, Catey, R. Pierce, L. Brooks, R. Baumgartner, R. Howell, D. House
Treasurer, M. Blackbum President, B. Cates Vice President, B. Lee,
Mr. Burton fSponsorj, Third Row: D. johnson, J. Wilson, D. Hag-
gard, R. jones, B. Finchum, J. Butler, B. Haggard,J. Halstead, and
First Row: Miss Stanley fSponsorj, D. Lowrey fCaptainJ, B. Martin,
B. Snyder, E. Loveall, R. Lumpkin, J. Horner, M. Tavlor, J. Gordon,
A. Cox, K. Enghaus Second Row: K. Pugh, A. Slinker, C. Kerr,
L. Golliher, M. Baker, J. Swinger, D. Kerr, C. Martin, D. Heltzel, D.
Farmer Third Row: L. Criswell, A. Heaton, P. Haney, R. Walradth,
M. Rader, L. Lumpkin, J. Rodeffer, M. Fouts, V. Funk, B. Hancock
Fourth Row: J. Lee, P. Haney, B. Shaffer, B. Nunley, C. Shrum, K.
Wright, G. Swindell, M. Botkin,J. McQueen, T. Trinder Fifth Row:
M. Benge, S. Cross, T. Golliher, C. Masterson, D. Baumgartner, L.
Pool, D. Nunley, T. Heltzel, M. Norman, B. Johnson Sixth Row: N
Wright, J. Warner, N. Golliher. S. Foutz, C. Worden, P. Ward, F.
Bentz, J. Archer, M. Reese, K. Oxley Seventh Row: J. Halstead, L.
Walradth, S. Rader, B. Felton, N. Turner, M. Hines, J. Dorton, E.
Smith, D. Caine, D, Remmler Eighth Row: J. Butler, S. Bryant, B.
Vaughn, K. Wilson, D. Snyder
Teresa, Union's mascot, adds a touch of charm to the ballgames,
These girls watch proudly as their team cuts down the nets.
Girls Athletic Club
First Row: K. Wright Reporter, R. Walradth Treasurer, M. Botkin
Secretary, G. Swindell Vice President, M. Rader President Second
Row: B. Owens, P. Madill,J. Homer, M. Taylor, E. Loveall, D. Kerr,
L. Wi1l.iams,J. Jones, B. Snyder, S. Haney Third Row: J. Swinger, G.
Bertram, B. Shaffer, D. Warner, P. Haney, T. Trinder, S. Bryant, J .
McQueen, B. Swoveland, J. Fouse Fourth Row: V. Funk, K. Wilson,
D. Hale, B. Urlage, K. Fouse, D. Swove1and,J. Wilson, E. Small, M.
Hall, D. Felton Fifth Row: S. Cross, J. Lee. D. Jones. C. Bivens, B.
Vaughn, P. Johnson, J. Archer, C. Brown, C. Brewer, M. Reese Sixth
Row: L. Hobson, T. Golliher, B. Nunley, P. Haney, C. Shrum, R.
Newton, C. Searcy, C. Shore, K. Oxley Seventh Row: N. Wright, J.
Halstead, C. Masterson, S. Foutz, N. Golliher, S. Urlage, G. Small,
R. Goolshy, A. Felton, M. Price Eighth Row: S. Rader, B. Felton,J.
Butler, L. Walradth, J. Warner, D. Nunley, L. Pool, T. Anthony, G.
Brown, and B. Oakerson.
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Bonnie's ride on the trampoline must be a rough one.
Mary and Mrs. Konwerski discuss the plans for G.A.C.'s next swim-
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This committee was chosen by
the Historical Society to find
the whereabouts of local gave-
yards which the group might
visit in a search for old markers
First Row: T. Harvey President, M. Botkin Vice President, J. Thom-
burg Secretary, R. Martin Reporter, Second Row: P. Madill, B.
Owens, J. McQueen, B. Lee, J . Butler, R. Walradth Third Row: J.
Wilson,J. Lindsay, D. Wamer, T. Trinder, M. Rader, P. Haney Fourth
Rowl W. Lumpkin, C. Luellen. B. Stewart, M. Markum, S. Huffman,
B, Haggard, M. Lowrey Fifth Row: J. Fouse,j. Markum, M. Bentz,
J. Catey, M. Lowrey Not pictured: R. Lumpkin, C. Goolsby, C.
Brewer, D. Ahemathy, S. Loveall, and M. Bertram.
Officially named Los cohetes expanoles, the Spanish Rock- in Modoc and Losantville. At the party afterward, they
els, the Spanish Club was officially organized this year. broke a pinata filled with candy. All Spanish students have
Along with the Latin Club, they went Christmas caroling Spanish names which are used in class and club meetings.
Club officers stand back as Reg-
gie prepares to take a swing at
First Row: S. Haney, R. Gregory President, S. Rader Vice-President,
R. Brooks Secretary-Treasurer, Second Row: M. Botkin, P. Haney,
C. Shrum, B. Nunley, P. Conner, D. Powell, J. Lindsay, C. Bivens
Third Row: B. Felton, J. Wamer, J. Butler, P. Sexton, J. Baldwin,
J. Cross, J. Sheppard, B. King, M. Brewer Fourth Row: W. Lumpkin,
R. Shirrell, T. Lester, P. Clevenger, C. Shore, R. Ginter, M. Price, J.
Dobbs, Fifth Row: P. G s, C. Worden, D. Baumgartner, D. Cain,
S. Fry, E. Smith, D. Williams Sixth Row: R. Hall, R. Bertram, G.
Slinker, M. Stewart, M. Gunk, D. Baldwin, S. Criswell, C. Johnwn, W
Smith Seventh Row: G. Parsons Mrs. Brookshire tSponsorj F. Buck,
J. Keeling, D. Dines, R. Decker, J. Kennedy, J. Hinshaw, and L. Fa
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First Row T Harvey A Lmdsey S Carmichael Secretary 'll Bot sons VI Lowrey R 'llartm N1 Bertram R Houser D Hlcks 'lhud
Thornburg Vlce Presldent J Wllson Thlrd Row P Vladlll G Par Nl Hall P lung C Broun NI Ree e and Xlrs Tealfbponsorj
Donnmg thelr garb and names these members Cupld Vlmerva and Pluto enjoy
their not-so Roman refreshments at a club meetlng
Dlana models her palla for the rest of the members
kin, L. Golliher, B. Haggzrrd, Second liow: B. Owens Presiclentlj. - Rowe- Breweri D1 Al-'eltonl Urlage, Hale, j. liarnes, J. Swlnger
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T. Downing, P. Kirklin, M. Fouts, T. Thornburg, K. Golliher, J. Lanter, Nl. Bentz, S. Funk, and D. Cox.
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Planning for the future might be the theme of the staff ideas and no one to carry them out. Members have been
itself. This year found Memories pitifully short of the re- found however and there are plans for at least a few of
cruits for next year's staff and a senior staff with a lot of them to get additional training for their jobs on the staff.
As first year staff members
Steve and james realized that
the annual just doesn't sudden-
ly appear one day, it takes a lot
of time and hard work to pro-
duce. They proved to be ready
and able to spend both.
The Rocket Write-Up staff could almost classify as an in- kept thc staff in good shape. This year! publication had a
door track team. Running to follow a beat, to get the news total of thrvc editors to kc-cp it up to par. This yr-ar's staff
on a ood sto , and to meet that ever- resent deadline all reall brou ht the current ishues to the students' attention.
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Learning to be artistic and crea-
tive on the stencil is a slow and
exactingjob which calls for a
calm and steady hand like Lan-
Seated: R. Amold, L. Golliher, R. Jones, C. Kerr Standing: L. B. Hall, M. Bentz, L. Sizemore, B. Howell, and T. Thomburg.
Brooks, W. Radford, M. Hale,J . Vore, D. Bumhalough. T. Knipp,
Cadet Teachers: Debbie Kerr,
Marcia Taylor, Ann Cox, and
Cheryl Martin. Through cadet
teaching these girls are given a
good chance to get a firsthand
view of what teaching is really
like and how it might interest
them as a career.
Cadet Teachers and Student Helpers
A recent addition to Union is the cadet teacher program
under Mr. l'lylton's supervision. Seniors who participate in
this receive credit as a regular class, Student helpers, can
give their study hall time to help teachers with extra jobsg
however no credit is received. The cadet teacher program
is designed for those interested in elementary education and
encourages teaching careers. Cadet teachers spend two hours
a day in preparation and in the classroom. They prepare
units to present to the class in actual teaching, give individ-
ual instruction to low achievers, and do research in the ef-
fectiveness of different elementary reading programs.
Belinda helps to shorten an elementary teacher's steps by bringing the stu-
dents back to class after music.
Helping a first grader who's just leaming to read can be a rewarding
experience and Debbie enjoys it.
Student Helpers First Row: M. Blackhurn,j. Gordon, B. Martin, Isaacs. D. Cox, R. Cain Third Row: B. Allen, P. King, P. Ward. Nl.
Golliher, K. Enghaus, D. Lowrey, B. Glaser, Second Row: G. Swin- Hines, Nl. Hall, D. Felton and B. Spurlofk
dell, V. Funk, B. Shaffer, C. McCormick, P. Handy , K. Wright, Nl.
All student helpers as weU as cadet teachers, are given a working knowledge of
the teaching aids made available to them by the library.
By eliminating the time-consuming job of grading papers, Kathy
is giving an elementary teacher more time to work with the stu-
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Fxrst Row R Lumpkln W Clouse R Walradth S Bryant T Trln son C Goolsby A Heaton B Snyder ,I jones P Sexton Thlrd
der M Norman J 'VlcQueen E Loveall D Swovf-land K Fouse D Row B Urlage D Hale E Small C Shrum N1 Fouse L Crlswell
Felton J Fouse C Peden C Barley A Cox Mrs SearsfSponsorj C Clouse B Vaughn S Smlth Fourth Row W Smlth B Lee P
Second Row M Rader B Nunley R Gregory D Warner B john Harnev R Cadwallader R Hancock and L Coy
Hugh School Chorus
D Swoveland D Belton A
Cox E Loveall B Lumpkin
D Wamer R Walradth 'VI
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M. Dalton, R. Felton, T. Spur-
lock, A. Troxell, and D. House.
These boys are in charge of
all the tape recorders, record
players, and movie projectors.
They know how to operate and
do a little repair work on each
Audio-Visual Aids and Librarians
Each period of the day there are students in the library
who want to check out hooks. Helping them find the par-
ticular books they want or the reference materials they
need are the student librarians. These workers help to keep
the library in order and to catalogue the new hooks and
Keeping the teachers supplied with the audio-visual aids
they need to assist in their classroom instruction is these
boys' job, They must be well versed in the operation of
all the equipment at their disposal because they may be
called upon to operate or fix it, as well as check it out.
Seated: E. Loveall, K. Oxley, C. Bailey, S. Carmichael, J. Goolsby, HUMOR, MTS- .l0l'le5fLibl'3l'ifinl, J- CRITICS, D' KCIT, G- AndCl'S0Il1 and
Standing: M. Bentz, M. Bryant, M. Baker, P. Conner, L. Criswell, A. B- SW0V9l3Yld4
W. Mullens, A. Buck, D. john-
, -' 7 son, R. Lumpkin, M. Fouts, D.
pgtfjtffffi , Lowrey, L. Lumpkin, and Mrs.
Keating fSponsorJ. As this is
the first year for a debating
- K " team at Union, Mrs. Keating is
H , planning to work quite a bit
Lf with next year's seniors.
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Step One: As the affirmative Jane states the problem and its causes.
. . . their opponent, Jim, delivers the negative viewpoint on the
problem in question.
Two: jane and Marsha plan their rebuttal speeches as . . .
Membership to Union's chapter of the National Honor
Society is determined according to those standards set
down by the organization itself. A student must be an
active member ofa certain amount of organization, he
must maintain a B+ average throughout his high school
years, and he must posess certain qualities of leadership
and character to be admitted. The number of students
inducted this year should be a source of great pride and
accomplishment to both the students and the faculty.
Fifteen sophomores and juniors were brought into the 01" Special tables were prepared for members on the day of initiation.
ganization this year, one of the largest numbers ever.
First Row: B. Shaffer, J. Cames,
M. Hall, K. Cross, M. Botkin, J.
Wilson, D. Felton, G. Swindell,
Standing: M. Bentz, M. Low-
rey, S. Loveall, T. Harvey, G.
Parker, B. Urlage, and D. Hale.
First Row: B. Martin President,
K. Golliher Vice President, C.
Martin Secretary, M. Fouts
Treasurer, B. Owens Historian
Second Row: D. Kerr, D. Low-
rey, J. Swinger, D. Heltzel, Mrs.
Wilson fSponsorj Third Row:
J. Rodeffer, S. Carmichael, M.
Taylor, J. Horner, L. Lumpkin,
Mrs. Teal fSponsorJ Fourth
Row: D. Felton, K. Pugh, A.
Slinker, L. Swoveland, Mrs.
Miller fSponsorH Fifth Row:
R. Cates, J. Halstead, P. Kirk-
lin, and G. Parsons.
F.F.A. L. Hummer, D. Riddle, T. Fields, E. Dines, R. Jones, B. Finchum
First Row: B. Cates President, L. Swoveland Vice President, J. Hal- Third Row: D. jones, M. Dalton, H. Smith, G. Cool, j. Thornburg.
stead Secretary, R. Cates Treasurer, D. Haggard Reporter, L. Moore J. Wilson, Nl. Hale, and B. Hartman.
Sentinel, Second Row: W. Smith, R, Gollihcr. D. McKinsey, L. Coy,
Future Farmers of America
GTCBH Hands ' Second Row: M. McGee, J. Ringley, D. Bryant, R. Bales Third Row
First Row: D. Terhaar, D. Farmer, W. Lumpkin, R. Hall, R. Bertram, J' Bun-OWS7 A. C,-055, S- Stewart, B, yiullens, and T- Warner-
Soil Judging: Randy Cates, Dale Abemathy, J eff Halstead, and
Livestock judging: jeff Halstead, Randy Cates, Don Jones, and Dean
Poultry judging: Dennis McKinsey and Ric Golliher.
Forestry Judging: Herschel Smith and William Smith.
Dairy judging: Herschel Smith,
William Smith, Les Swoveland, and
Senior Class Officers Brian
Cates, Vice Presidentg Melinda
Bryant, Treasurerg Dixie Farm-
er, Secretaryg and Kenny Gol-
liher, President. Selecting
Senior announcements and
setting up the schedule for the
first all-student commence-
ment at Union kept this group
busy during their final year of
The Genuine Beginning of Life
GLENDA MIKE MARY LOU CONNIE MONTY
ANDERSON ANDERSQN BAKER BARTLEY BLACKBURN
REBECCA MELINDA DORIS BRUCE SAND1
BKUWN BRYAN1 BUMBALOUGH CAREY CARMICHAEL
DIANE BRIAN GREG ANN ED
CARNES CATES COOL COX DINES
TIM KATHY DIXIE DOUG MARSHA
DOWNING ENGHAU5 FARMER FELTON FOUSE
35 2 'UP
PAT STEVE BOB
FRAME FUNK GLASER
Becky Brown works cheerfully at her tasks as an
KENNY JANICE JANE JUDY BOB
GOLLIHER GOOLSBY GORDON GRAY HALL
LARRY SANDRA BRENT DARLENE JACKIE
HANEY HANEY HARTMAN HELTZEL HORNER
Pam, Myles, Ann, and Monty all seem to be enjoying their English-
Boh and Bruce, two of Unionss most avid Art students, really enjoy DEBBIE JAMES
their drawing. KERR LANTER
ESTHER DEBBIE RACHEL PAM BECKY
LOVEALL LOWERY LUMPKIN MADILL MARTIN
CHERYL ELIZABETH LARRY BECKY GARY
MARTIN METSKER MOORE 0wENs PARSONS
Jim Wilson finds he can study better if the attire is a little less ROBIN WILMA BELINDA
formalg shoes can he bothersome. PIERCE RADFORD RUBUSH
GERALDINE HERSCHEL BEVERLY TOM MARCIA
SHEPARD SMITH SNYDER SPURLOCK TAYLOR
J OE MYLES LINDA GREG JIM
THORNBURG WARD WILLIAMS WILSON WILSON
Chosen as Randolph Countyss rep-
resentative in the statewide junior
Miss Pageant, Ann earned herself
Mr. Hylton presents the championship trophy of the Invitational Toumey to Brian, Monty, and jim.
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ln her capacity as Queen of the Mardi Gras, 1968, Becky awaits the start of
the Merchants, Christmas Parade in Winchester.
Winning the D.A.R. Award and The Knights of Phythias Public
Speaking Contest in New Castle helped to make Debbie's Senior
year an enjoyable and profitable one.
Chorus 13 Drama Club 13 Librarian 3,4.
Historical Society 13 Track 4.
MARY LOU BAKER
Band 1,2,3,43 Band Contest 1,2,3,43 Band Ensemble Con-
test 13 Cheerblock 2,3,43 Librarian 2,43 Pep Ba.nd 1,23
Stage Band 2,3.
Art Contest 3,4.
Basketball 2,3,43 Boys State Delegate 43 Carnival King
Candidate 23 Class Officer 3, Vice President 33 Cross
Country 2,3,43 Drama Club 2,43 Historical Society 3,43
Lettermenis Club 3,4, President 43 Student Council 4,
Reporter 43 Track 2,3,4.
Office Staff 4.
Art Contest 23 Carnival Queen Candidate 23 Drama Club
'13 G.A.C. 2,3, Secretary 23 Librarian 43 Office Staff 33
Class Secretary 4.
Annual Staff 4, Business Manager 43 Art Contest 33
Cheerblock 1,3,43 G.A.C. 1,2,3,43 Newspaper Staff 3,
Art Contest 43 Carnival King Candidate 13 Drama Club 4.
Annual Staff 4, Photographer 43 Band 3,43 Band Contest
33 Honor Society 3,43 Librarian 3,43 Office Staff 3.
Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4Q Chapter Farmer 2,3,
43 Class Officer 4, Vice President 43 Future Farmers 1,2,
3,4, Secretary 2,3, President 43 Greenhands 13 Letter-
men,s Club 2,3,43 Prom Prince 33 Soil Judging 1,23 Stu-
dent Council 23 Track 3.
Future Farmers 3.
Band 1,23 Band Contest 1,23 Cheerblock 1,2,3,43 Class
Officer 3, Treasurer 33 Drama Club 23 FFA Sweetheart 3,
43 G.A.C. 1,2,3, Reporter 33 Office Staff 3,43 Piano Con-
test 33 Sweetheart Dance Queen 13 Randolph County
Junior-Miss Pageant Winner 4.
Chapter Farmer 3,43 Future Farmers 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 4.
Annual Staff 4, Classes Editor 43 Baseball 1,2 3 Basketball
13 Newspaper Staff 3, Mimeographer 3.
Annual Staff 3, Sports Editor 33 Cheerblock 1,2,33
G.A.C. 1,2333 Librarian 23 Newspaper Staff 3, Typist 33
Office Staff 33 WIUC Moderator 3.
Cheerblock 1,2,3,43 Class Officer 4, Secretary 43 G.A.C.
23 Historical Society 1,2.
Boy's Cheerblock 23 Honor Society 2,3,4.
MARSHA F OUSE
Art Contest 43 Band 1,2,3,43 Band Contest 1,2,3,43 Band
Ensemble Contest 2,43 Band Solo Contest 1,23 Cheerblock
1,23 Chorus 43 Chorus Contest 43 G.A.C. 1,2,43 News-
paper Staff 3, Typist and Artist 33 Office Staff 43 Pep
Band 1,2,3,43 Stage Band 1,2.
Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor 43 Basketball 13 Green-
Newspaper Staff 33 Wrestling 3.
Annual Staff 3,4, Business Manager 3, Assistant Editor 43
Boys State Alternate 43 Class Officer l,2,3,4, President 1,
2,3,43 Drama Club 2,43 Future Farmers 1,23 Greenhands
13 Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 43 Student Cqincil
Cheerblock 1,23 Chorus 13 G.A.C. 1,23 Historical Society
1,23 Librarian 3,43 Office Staff 4.
Cheerblock 13233343 Class Officer 132333 Vice President 13
Secretary 2333 G.A.C. 132333 Prom Princess 33 WIUC Mod-
Newspaper Staff 4.
Art Contest 33 Chapter Farmer 2333 Future Farmers 1,23
3343 Greenhands 13 Soil Judging 2343 Livestock Judging 3
Newspaper Staff 43 Columnist 4.
Cheerblock 2333 G.A.C. 13233343 Girlas Volleyball Team 1
Spanish Club 4.
Cheerblock 233,43 G.A.C. 23 Honor Society 233343 Librar-
ian 33 Office Staff 33 Pom Pom Corps 233343 Drama Club
Band 13233343 Band Contest 13233343 Band Ensemble Con-
test 1,23 Cheerblock 13233343 Class Officer 23 Vice Presi-
dent 23 G.A.C. 132,43 Historical Society 233343 Office
Staff 43 Pep Band 1,23 Stage Band 1323 Student Council
Baseball 13233343 Basketball 1323 Lettermen's Club 233343
Student Council 33 Wrestling 334.
Art Contest 33 Cheerblock 3343 Chorus 13233343 G.A.C. 43
Cheerblock 13233343 Cv.A.C. 3343 Honor Society 233343 Li-
brarian 3,43 Mardi Gras Candidate 33 Pom Pom Corps 2,
Annual Staff 43 Organizations Editor 43 Track 334.
Band 1.233341 Band Contest 13233343 Cheerblock 233343
Chorus 4: G.A.C. 233343 Girlis Volleyball Team 13 Librar-
ian 3343 Pep Band 132.
Cheerblock 132343 Captain 43 G.A.C. 13233341 Girl's Coun-
cil 23 Historical Society 13233343 Honor Society 233343
Pom Pom Corps 13Drama Club 4.
Band 1.233341 Band Contest 13233343 Band Ensemble
Contest 1.233341 Band Solo Contest 13233343 Cheerblock
13233343 Chorus 43 Chorus Contest 43 Drama Club 2341
G.A,C. I32333 Historical Society 132333 Honor Society 23
Librarian 33 Stage Band 1321 WIUC Moderator 43 Assis-
tant Cheerblock Captain 4.
Band 13233343 Band Contest 13233343 Band Ensemble
Contest 1.22 Cheerblock 13233343 Drama Club 33 G.A.C.
233343 Girls' Council 23 Girls, Track Team 13 Historical
Society 233343 Maiorctte 23 Office Staff 3343 Newspaper
Staff 33 Assistant Editor 33 Pom Pom Corps 13 Stage
Band 2333 Student Council 1323 Varsity Cheerleader 43
Feature Twirler 3343 Latin Club 3.4.
Band 13 Cheerblock 13233343 G.A.C. 132333 Historical So-
ciety 33 Honor Society 3343 Historian 33 President 43 Li-
brarian 33 Pom Pom Corps 334.
Band 1323 Band Contest 132: Band Solo Contest 13 Cheer-
block 13233343 Drama Club 43 G.A.C. 132333 Historical So-
ciety 33 Honor Society 233343 Secretary 4: Pom Pom
Corps 13233343 Captain 4.
Band 1,23 Band Contest 1323 Band Solo Contest 1: B-
Team Cheerleader 1323 Carnival Queen Candidate 13
Cheerblock 1323 G.A.C. 1323 Historical Society 1323 Ma-
jorette 1323 Pep Band 13 Sweetheart Candidate 2.
Chapter Farmer 233343 Boys' Cheerblock 1.23 Chorus 33
Chorus Contest 33 Crop Judging 13 Dairy Judging 33 Fu-
ture Farmers 1,233343 Sentinel 43 Chaplain 33 Greenhands
13 Historical Society 132333 Soil Judging 132,
B-Team Cheerleader 1,23 Cheerblock 13233343 G.A.C. 1323
3343 Girls, State Delegate 43 Honor Society 23334. Trea-
surer 33 Historian 43 Librarian 23 Mardi Gras Candidate
43 Mardi Gras Queen 43 Office Staff 3,43 Varsity Cheer-
leader 3343 Latin Club 43 President 4.
GARY GENE PARSONS
Band 1,2,3,49 Band Contest 192,394-9 Band Ensemble
Contest I,2,3,49 Band Solo Contest I,2,3,49 Honor So-
ciety 2,3,49 Pep Band 1,2,3,49 Stage Band 192.
Baseball li Basketball 192,39 Historical Society 2,39 Let-
termenis Club 39 Audio-Visual Aids 29 Office Staff 29
Chorus I9 Drama Club I9 Historical Society 19 Librar-
ian 29 Newspaper Staff 4, Typist 49 Office Staff 3,4.
B-Team Cheerleader 3g Cheerblock 293,49 G.A.C. 2,3,49
Historical Society 1,29 Majorette 293g Pom Pom Corps I9
Student Council 3,4, Vice President 3, President 4g Var-
sity Cheerleader 4.
Audio-Visual Aids 4.
G.A.C. 49 Librarian 49 Newspaper Staff 4.
Newspaper Staff 4.
Chapter Farmer 3,49 Dairy Judging 2,3,4Q Forestry Judg-
ing 3i Future Farmers 2,3,49 Greenhands 2i Office Staff
Art Contest 39 Cheerblock I,2,3,4Q Chorus I,2,3,4g
G.A.C. I,2,3,49 Librarian 3.
Band 1,2,3,49 Band Contest 1,2,3,49 Band Ensemble
Contest 192,49 Cheerblock I,2,3,49 Class Officer l,3,
Secretary I, Business Manager 3g Drama Club 49 G.A.C.
1,2,3,49 Girls' State Altemate 39 Historical Society 1,2,3
43 Honor Society 2,3,49 Sweetheart Candidate I.
,I OE THORNBURG
Chapter Farmer 3,49 Greenhands 2 9 Newspaper Staff 4,
Senior Editor 49 Soil Judging 4.
Art Contest 3.
Cheerblock 29 Drama Club 2 9 Girlis Basketball Team I9
Girlis Track Team li Girl's Volleyball Team I.
Crop Judging I9 Future Farmers I9 Greenhands Ii Run-
Basketball I,2,3,49 Cross Country I,2,3,49 Future Farm-
ers 2,3,49 Lettermenis Club 293,49 Soil Judging 2,39
"Let Each of Us Become All
He Is Capable of Being"
A , wh .
Juniors Work Hord for Prom Finolnces
,I im Butler
Junior Class Officers Anita Slinker, Secretaryg Steve Kelsey, Presidentg Kay Pugh, Vice Presidentg Kathy Cross, Treasur
erg and Pete Kirklin, Business Manager.
Jeff and J oe musi he lrading lheir notes from history class.
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W , Q Anna Mae Heaton
. V .1 V , if l. - Donnie House
I Q- 5. A 1 V Bill Howell
. "L V X My - Y Angela Johnson
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b Leonore Lumpkin
Caheryl is more than willing to give an underclassman a hand, so she ties ,lenny's
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Sophomore Class Officers
if Mary Ann Botkin, Secretaryi
J oe Thornburg, Vice President,
, if Mike Bertram, Presidentg and
:gl Rick Martin, Treasurer. These
,Q - officers learned how great
their responsibilities were when
it came to deciding upon their
class jackets and ordering for
Sophomores Get into The Real Swing of Things
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Working on their typing assignments gives those sophs
accuracy as well as manual dexterity.
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Brad and Mary brought honor to the Sophomore class when they
were crowned King and Queen of the Christmas Dance.
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Activities ranging from sports to academics are typical
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Seventh Graders Fill the Halls
Rudy and jim make up the tests that they missed yesterday.
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experiences and trials. A grad-
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from young teens to the leaders
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Neda, and Becky flash those sweet smiles.
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Learning their Spanish re-
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Adams, Anita 85
Adams, Na.ncy 85
Adams, Tom 85
Allen, Anna 88
Allen, Brenda 79, 51, 55
Anderson, Glenda 66, 60
Anderson, Mike 66, 46
Andrews, Tim 82
Anthony, Tonya 88, 48
Archer, Janet 82, 47, 50, 48
Amold, Ron 76, 53
Amold, Sheila 88
Ash, Mike 88, 35
Bailey, Connie 82, 59, 60
Bainter, Kevan 85
Baker, Mary Lou 66, 47, 56, 60
Baldwin, Danny 88, 42, 35
Baldwin, Don 82, 50
Baldwin, John 50
Bales, Roger 82, 58, 56, 63, 40
Bartley, Arthur 82,56
Bartley, Connie 66
Barnhaus, Mickie 85
Baumgartner, Richard 79,46,32,37
Baumgartner, Donna 88,47,50,57
Bell, Lynn 85
Benge, Mona 85,47
Bentz, Freda 82,47,50
Bentz, Mary 76,56,62,37,52,53,49,60
Bertram, Gloria 6,7,76,38,48
Bertram, Mike 79,46,51,50,34,37,49
Bertram, Randy 82, 27, 50, 34, 36
Bertram, Rick 82, 56, 63, 34, 36
Bivens, Cathy 82, 50, 48
Bivens, Charles 88
Blackbum, Monty 6, 66, 68, 71, 44, 46, 38,
39, 55, 32
Blackbum, Bob 29, 82
Cadwallader, Richard 79, 59
Cain, Diana 88, 47, 50, 57
Cain, Randy 82, 58, 56, 34, 36
Cain, Raymond 76, 58, 56, 55
Carey, Bruce 66, 69
Cames, Diane 67
Carnes, Jennifer 76, 51, 62, 60
Cames, Jerry 85
Carnes, Tom 88
Carmichael, Douglas 85
Carmichael, Sandi 66, 58, 51, 56, 62, 60
Carter, Kenneth 82, 34
cafes, Baan 7, 4, 66, 67, 71, 46, 63, as, 34,
Cates, Randy 4, 76, 46, 62, 63, 39, 38, 33,
Catey, John 76, 46, 56, 21, 34, 37, 40
Clevenger, Debbie 85, 56
Clevenger, Paula 88, 50
Clouse, Bruce 85
Clouse, Connie 85
se, Darinda 82
Clouse, Gwen 82, 59
Clouse, James 88
Clouse, Judy 88
Clouse, Wanda 79, 59
Conner, Patsy 82, 50, 60
Conwell, Chad 85, 35
Cook, Russell 88
, Greg 67, 63, 42
Costello, Alice 88
Cotten, Charles 88
Cox, Ann 7, 67, 68, 71, 47, 59, 54
Cox, Brenda 88
Cox, David 82, 50, 38, 34, 36, 52
Cox, Debbie 79, 55
Coy, Larry 79, 59, 63
craft, Bamie 82
Farmer, Dixie 66, 67, 47
Fanner, Lee 89, 50, 35
Farmer, Rusty 79
Felton, Anita 89, 57, 48
Felton, Becky 90, 89, 44, 47, 50, 57, 48
Felton, Diana 79, 58, 59, 51, 56, 62, 48, 55
Felton, Doug 67, 62, 35
Felton, Ron 76,56,60
Fisher, Roxanne 89
Fields, Terry 79, 63, 40
Finchum, Billie 79, 46, 63, 32, 40
Finchum, Linnie 85
Finchum, Terry 83, 32, 36
Fouse, John 83, 58, 56
Fouse, Kathy 79, 58, 59, 56, 48
Fouse, J ohnalee 76, 58, 59, 56, 48, 49
Fouse, Marsha 67, 45, 58, 59, 56, 61
Fouts, Marcia 77, 45, 47, 56, 62, 52
Foutz, Cherri 85, 87, 47, 48
Frame, Pat 67
Fry, Starletta 89, 50, 57
Funk, Max 83, 50, 36
Funk, Steve 67, 52
Funk, Vicki 79, 26, 58, 47, 48, 55
Gard, Denny 89
Garner, Jerry 89
Ginter, Rosetta 89, 50
Glaser, Bob 5, 67, 69, 55
Glaser, Jerry 85
Glaser, Ric 77
Golliher, Kenny 6, 7, 66, 68, 62, 52, 55
Golliher, Larry 89, 35
Golliher, Lila 89
Golliher, Linda 77, 47, 53
Golliher, Lionel 79, 51, 56
Golliher, Lora 85, 57, 35
Golliher, Nancy 86, 47, 48
Golliher, Ricky 79, 63, 64
Golliher, Teresa 86, 26, 47, 57, 48
Bzgtin, Mary Ann 79, 47, 51, 50, 56, 62, 48,
Connie 82, 51, 48
Mark 88, 50, 57
Brewster, Richard 79
Brewster, Ronnie 86
Brockman, Kenneth 76
Brockman, Norman 79, 42
Brooks, Lanny 76, 46, 21, 34, 37, 40, 53
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Brooks, Terry 85, 35
Cherri 82, 51, 48
Gail 88, 48
Rebecca 66, 67
Melinda 66, 45, 60
Susie 79, 47, 59, 48
Buck, Allen 76, 46, 41, 40, 61
Buck, Floyd 82, 50, 40
Buck, Noah 88
Bumbalough, Doris 66, 53
Burrows, Monte 77, 76, 46, 63, 33, 32
Burt Connie 41, 40
Butler, Janet 88, 47, 50, 57, 48
Butler, Jim 76, 46, 56. 38. 33. 49, 61
Craycraft, Joe 82
Criswell, Joe 82
Criswell, Linda 76, 47, 59, 60
Criswell, Sam 82, 50
Criswell, Tim 79, 37
Cross, Alan 76, 63
Cross, John 88, 50, 57, 35
Cross, Kathy 8, 76, 45, 56, 62, 37
Cross, Susie 85, 87, 47, 57, 35, 48
Cross, Ted 79
Dalton, David 85
Dalton, Mike 76, 63, 41, 40, 60
Dalton, Tim 85, 86
Darkis, Monty 85
Decker, Bobby 88, 57, 35
Dines, David 89, 50
Dines, Ed 67, 63, 40
Dobbs, Joan 83, 50
Dorton, Jay 89
Dorton, Juanita 85, 87, 47
Douglas, Toni 89
Downing, Jim 83, 58, 56
Downing, Tim 67, 52
Enghaus. Kathy 7, 67. 46, 55
Engle, Dea 89
Evans, Kim 79
Farmer. Dee 83, 44. 63
Goodpaster, Camellis 86, 57
Goolsby, Charles 79
Goolsby, Cheryl 83, 59
Goolsby, Janice 68, 60
Goolsby, Pam 89
Goolsby, Ruth 89, 48
Gordon, Jane 4, 68, 47, 61, 55
Gourley, Merrill 82, 83, 45, 56, 34
Gray, Barbara 80
Gray, Dwight 89
Gray, Judy 68
Gregory, Allan 86, 35
Gregory, Renee 83, 44, 59, 50, 37
Grimes, David 86
Grounds, Rick 83
Gmbbs, Pam 89, 50, 57
Haggard, Brad 81, 44, 46, 51, 39, 38, 33 34
Haggard, Dean 77, 45, 46, 63, 39, 38, 33 34
Hale, Debbie 80, 59, 51, 62, 48
Hale, Denise 89
Hale, Montie 77, 63, 53, 64, 43
Hall, Allen 86
Hall, Bob 68, 53
Hall, Catherine 89
Hall, Diane 89
Hall Marjone 80 51 62 48 55
Hall Randy 83 50 63 36
Halstead Jeff7 77 46 62 63 38
Halstead Jenmfer 90 89 47 48
Hammond Jerry 86
Hancock Becky 77 45 58 47 25
Hancock Rex 83 59 34 36
Haney Francls 86
Haney Larry 10 68
Haney Peggy so 30 sa 47 48 49 55
Haney Penny 83 47 50 48
Haney Sandra 68 50 20 48
Hartman Brent 68 63 42 64
Hartman Bnan 89
Hartman Peggy 89
Hamey Paul 77 59
Harvey Tom 80 51
Heaton Anna 77 47 59 60
Heltzel Darlene 68 58 47 62
Heltzel Larry 90 89 57
Heltzel Terry 82 83 47 56 36
Hemly Janet 90
Hernly Janice 83
Hlcks Dale 83 51
Hlcks Tlna 86
Hmehck Brad 90
Hmes, Karen 83
Hmes Melmda 47 56 55
Hlnshaw Larry 86
Hmshaw James 50
Jones Joanne 68 59 48
Jones Ron 77 46 63 41 40 53
Keelmg Jerry 83 58 50 56
Kelsey Steve7 76 46 38 33 34
Kennedy Jack 90 50
Kerr Cheryl 77 4-5 47
Kerr Deblne 69 58 47 62 48 60
Klng Pam 80 51 55
Klng Bllly 90 50 57
Kxrklln Pete 76 77 62 34
Knlpp Terry 77 40 53
Koger Harold 84
Koger Mlnta 90
Lamb Carol 86
Lanter James 69 27 42 33 52
Lee Bryant 77 46 59 38 34 49
Lee Jaclue 86 87 47 56 35 48
Lee Ronnie 86
Lester Buddy 86
Lester Tannya 90 50
Jane 84 50 36 49
Randy 86 35 34
Alan 80 51 40
Rex 80 40
Loveall Esther 69 47 59 56 48
Loveall Sam 80 34 37
Lowder Gary 84
Lowrey Debble 69 71 47 62 61 55
Hobson Llnda 86 57 48
Hodson Roger 86 35
Hooker Joseph 90
Hooker Paula 92
Homer Jackie 68 45 47 56
House Donnle 77 46 56 33 32
Randy as 51
B1ll 77 50 53
Randy 68 46 42 35 41
Howell Rlck 83
Huff Jeff 90
Huffman Duane 86 57
Huffman Shexla 84 83 56 49
Hummer Larry 80 63
Hummer Luane 90
Hunt Duane 86 57 34
Hunt Rlck 86 57 35 34-
lssacs Mildred 80 56 55
lssacs Terry 83 56
Jesse Patty 83 37
Johnson Angela 77
Johnson Becky 83 30
Johnson Bllhe 80 47 59
Johnson Calvm 90 50 57
Johnson Daryl 77 44 46 56 38
Johnson Darrel 86
Johnson Nolan 83 56
Johnson Pam 90
Johnson Pr1sc1lla83 48
Johnson Rebecca 77
Jonex Allen 90
Jones, Don 77 46 63 41 40 53
Jones Dorothy 83 48
Lowrey Mlke 84 44 51 40 49
Lowrey Monte 80 62 49
Luellen Chnstle 84 56 49
Lumpkm Leanore 77 47 56 62
Lumpkm Rachel 69 47 59 56 61
Lumpkm Wanda 84 50 56 49
Lumpkm Wayne 84 63 37 36
Madnll Pam4 6 68 69 45 58 51 56 38
Markum Judy 77 56 49
Markum Marsha 84 49
Martin Becky 69 58 47 62 55
Martm Cheryl 69 26 58 47 62 54
Martm Rick 80 51 56 32 37 49
Masterson Cmdy 86 44 47 57 48
McCormick Conme 80 56 37 55
McGaughy Davld 87
McGaughy Jesse 80 37
McGee Mrlferd 84 63
Mclntyre Roberta 90
McK1nsey Denms 80 56 63 64
McQueen Jenny 77 81 47 59 48 4
Metsker Elizabeth 69
Mettert Mary 77
Mettert Mxke 86
Mitchell David 81 56 37
Mlx Dan 78
Moore Larry 69 63
Mounts Sharon 90
Mullens Brent 84 63
Mullens Wayne 78 21 61
Netherly Jack 81
Netherly Rudy 90 88
Newton Rosle 85 87 48
Norman Marsha 81 47 59
Nunley Betty 84 58 47 59 50
Nunley Deborah 90 47 48
Nunley Dwight 78
Oakerson Becky 90 48
Ogden Charles 90 57 35
Ogden Jerry 87 57 35
Owens Becky6 8 9 69 71 30
Oxley Karen 84 47 56 4-8 60
Pame Steve 84 50
Parker Gary 78 62 37
Parker Jeff 35
Parsons Gary 69 58 51 50
Pedrgo Brandy 35
Peden Connie 84 59
Phxlllps, Jacuelyn 87
Plerce Nick 81
Pierce Rick 87
Pierce Robln 70 46
Pomdexter Davld 84
Pool Lmda 90 47 48
Powell Donna 84 50 37
Pnce Molly 90 50 48
Pugh Kay 76 78 46 56 62
Rader Mary 81 59 47 56 48 49
Rader Sharon 90 89 47 50 57 35
Radford Morton 87
Radford Wilma 70 45 53 43
Reese Jlmmy 90
Reese Melanle 84 47 51 50 48
Remmler Debra 87 47
Rlce Robert 87 35
Rlddle Danny 81 63
Rlngley James 81 63
Robmson Wllhe 90
Rodeffer Jana 78 47 56 62
Rodeffer Jerry 85 87 57 35
Rubush Belmda6 70 44 20
Sanderson Ru: 84 56 42 3
Searcy Danny 81 46 40
Searcy Karla 87 48
Sexton Danny 87
Sexton Phllhs 84 59 50
Shaffer Brenda 81 45 26 58
Shaffer Mlke 91
Shepard Geraldme 70 53
Sheppard James 91 50 35
Sheppard Kathy 78
Sheppard Robin 78
Shrrrell Regina 84 50
Shore Cmdy 91 50 57 48
Shore Randy 85 87 57 35
Shrum Charlotte 84 47 59 50 48
Smk Denise 91
Slflk J lmmy 91
Sltzler Jeff 91
Sizemore Larry 53
Sizemore Rlchard 84
Slmker Anlta 76 78 47 56
Sllnker Gary 84 50 38 34 36
Slusher Rlta 91
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Small, Ernie 87, 35
Small, Glenna 91, 48
Smith, Brad 35
Smith, Elizabeth 90, 47, 50, 56
Smith, Herschel 70, 45, 63, 42, 64
Smith, Phillis 87
Smith William 81, 87, 59, 50, 63, 64
Smith, Shirley 91
Smith , Sue 84, 59
Snyder, Beverly 70, 47, 59, 48
Snyder, David 84
Snyder, Diana 87, 47, 57
Spurlock, Barbara 81, 55
Spurlock, Jeff 87, 42
Spurlock, Tom 70, 60
Stewart, Beverly 84, 56, 49
Stewart, Mike 84, 50
Stewart, Sid 78, 63
Swindell, Gay 81, 44, 47, 62, 48, 55
Swinger, Jane 78, 44, 47, 51, 62, 4-8
Swoveland, Bonnie 78. 48. 60
Swoveland, Debbie 81, 58, 59, 56, 48
Swoveland, Leslie 78, 62, 63, 42, 64
Taylor, Marcia 6, 70, 47, 56, 62, 48, 54
Terhaar, Daryl 84, 63, 36
Thornburg, Jill 91
Thornburg, joe 46, 51, 33, 32, 37, 49
Thomburg,Joe fSr.j 10, 70, 63
Thornburg, Tom 78, 52, 53
Timmons, Lee 87
Trinder, Terry 81, 30, 58, 47, 59, 48, 49
Troxell, Allan 78, 42, 60
Turner, Dan 87
Tumer, Norma 91, 47
Urlage, Barbara 81, 59, 51, 20, 62, 48
Urlage Sharlene 91, 48
Vaughn, Becky 84, 47, 59, 48
Vore, Jerry 78, 40, 53
Walradth, Lynn 91, 89, 47, 48
Walradth, Rita 81, 47, 59, 48, 49
Ward, Myles 68, 70
Ward, Pat 81, 47, 55
Wamer, Debbie 81, 59, 56, 48, 49
Warner, John 81, 50
Warner, Julie 91, 47, 50, 57, 48
Warner, Tom 34, 40, 78, 63
Watson, Gary 91
Weaver, Randy 91, 57, 42, 35
Wilkinson, Charles 87
Wilkinson, Jessie 41
Wilkinson, Floyd 81, 45
Wilkinson, George 78
Williams, Doug 84, 82, 50, 37, 36
Williams, Linda 70, 48
Wilson, Greg 70
Wilson, Jim 70, 71, 46, 63, 39, 38, 33, 32
Wilson, Judy 81, 45, 58, 51, 56, 62, 48, 49
Wilson, Kathy 81, 47, 48
Wilson, Kay 91
Wilson, Ray 91
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Ios W. FRANKLIN ST. WINCHESTER
PHONE 495aI INDIANA
MOORHAND FOOD MARKET
MIUVIIIE THE STORE THAT
GRAIN C0., INC. CARES Abou+ You
MOORE'-AND OuaIi+y Mea+s
JUNCTION U.S. 35 8: U.S. 36
ART 8: WAYNE METSKER
I2I5 RACE STREET
Phone 529-I I05
THE HERITAGE CENTER
600 Soufh I8+h Sfreef
NEW CASTLE, INDIANA
BIBLES - GIFTS
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NEW CASTLE, Sunday SchooI 81
IND. CHURCH SUPPLIES
Anhydrous Ammonia Liquid
SEEDS boughf 81 sold
Phone 56I I LYNN, IND.
PHONE WINCHESTER 27679
SOUND OF SPORTS
TREATS for The
730 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
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PARKER FERTILIZER SERVICE
COMPANY BULK BAG
COMPLETE LIQUID FERTILIZER
CARLOS' 'NDMNA Phones 76.626I3 . 76-62935
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lOSANTVIllE - MODOC SHORTORDERS
Phone 280I HOMEMADE PIES
LOSANTVILLE, INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 2e6I
INDIANA LOSANTVILLE, INDIANA
ICI'IARD l. GOIIIHER GAMBI-E5
AND C. V. JOHNSON ROBERT M. FOUTZ 'THE FRIENDLY 510515
cIIARLEs u. MACY PHONE 262'
LOSANTVILLE, INDIANA '02
I REALTORS MERIDIAN
I LOsANTvILLE, WINCHESTER,
I WOlEE SUNOCO PRODUCTS, INC.
I THE CADE CO.
ON TI-IE FARM TIRE SERVICE
LYNN. INDIANA 100 S WALNUT
Phone 343I or 3436 '
I MUNCIE, IND.
FUEL OIL FARM GAS
FLOWERS by ED PERRY
AMERICAN PEST CONTROL SHAEEER'S POPES
PEST nocrons W0
AII of our Pa+ien+s Die OIL
Phone zaeam MOORELAND
MUNCIE, INDIANA INDIANA
PHONE 2 I 7I
FARMERS STATE BANK
I Bag 8: Bulk - Liquid Nihogen
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PHONE 774-4532 High
CUSTOM FARM SERVICE
SIPES COMPLIMENTS OF BAKERS
WALL PAPER - PAINT AND GIFTS
HENRY COUNTY SHOPWEll FASHIONS
FARM BUREAU COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES EASHIONS HOLUNGSWORTH
THE JEWEL SHOP
,EALER IN LIVESTOCK II7 w. CHARLES MUNOIE.
MOORELAND, l 'NDMNA
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IONE . aLOuNTSvILLE FARMERS DAIRY
SALES AND SERVICE
EAST OF MODOC
, Auto - IERIA
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MEYER MFG. CORP.
MANUFACTURERS METAL CASKET SHELLS
DARI - BUCKET
STATE ROAD 36
Owned by HERMAN SHORE AND SON TI ,I
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Operafed by MARABELLE PUSH
SOH ice cream, sandwiches
shakes, sunclaes, and sof+ drinks
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FORDS REGAL FOOD MARKET
G. C. MURPHY CO.
Robert M. Foutz Realtor
' PAT'S DAIRY
Compiete Hardware Loscntvllle, Indiana
AND CHIEF PAINTS gffice :One
JAMES HARDWARE REAL ESTATE SAIES AND Highway 35
FARM MORTGAGE lOAN h
FARMLAND' ASSOCIATES of
'NDMNA Clayton Conway Ph. 6-2238 MOORELAND Mf.
Danny Foutz Ph. 2652 LOSANTVILLE Pleasant
Gene Foster Ph. 227I FARMLAND
RICKERT IMPlEMENT CO.
GlENN W. CARR AND SONS
John Deere Sales
DEALER IN LIVESTOCK Service
Ph. 4203 PARKER, INDIANA Winchester, Indiana
52 West Main St.
Beet by quarter or halt
R.R. I, Hagerstown,
Phone Losantville 2364
Max Halstead - Agent
Phone 2078 Phone 230i
IO6 W. WASHINGTO
CO - OP
Compliments of Bluemooh BEACHlER'S FINE FURNITURE
Drive - In
In+ersecIion 35 81 36 CARPET-S DRAPE5
Phone 2266 HAGERSTOWN, Indiana
TRI-COUNTY FINANCE CO.
FINANCING - LOANS -INSURANCE
Bob Owens Jerry Benson QUUIIIY CIOIIWS
. Mgr. Assf. Mgr. AST
QL'a"IY Mean HAGERSTOWN, INDIANA Phone 489.5041 E
GROCERIES I Side of
AND . T Square
PRODUCE Iumor own Winchesrer,
Lynn' PRE-TEENS INDIANA
Indiana 6-I6 47394
, HAFI.ICI'I AND NIORRISSEY
LEONARD l. HEATH AGENCY, INC.
Formerly BEESON INSURANCE AGENCY Family Shoe Sfore
Mooreland Hagersfown . F Brown BUIII Shi?-S h I dl
Phone 766'340I OFHCES Phone 489-4432 Eas+sude o Square unc esfer, n :ana
I'IeaI+I1fuI - Refreshing
Milk and Ice Cream
'Your Healfh is Our Business'
Shuffers Flower 8. Gift Shop
Debolt Concrete Co., Inc.
Rd. soo w. - 900 s. Madoc, Ind. Re-WY Mix Concfefe
IndividuaIIy Designed and
Corsages, Wedding Boque+s A5PI'aII PaVI"'9
C9"Ie'P'eCe5 Winchesfer, Indiana
Also Permanen+ Arrangemenis
and Gif? Ifem
l0SANTVIllE AND MODOC IUMBER COMPANIES
mop FISHER HARDWARE Hom. RESTAURANT Inc.
"IT PAYS TO PLAY" HOUSEWARES . TOOLS FORD, MERCURY
Cliff Dickman, ELECTRICAL af PLUMBING 'N5T'TUT'ON SERWCE R
Ray Mifrione SUPPLIES U-S- GOVT- INSPECTED MEATS LINCOLN
Bob Luerman Phone 2I75I 403 SPUII' Round Bam Road I I8 EAST 3RD. S+
9I6 Main Winchesfer, RICHMOND. INDIANA WINCHESTER,
RICI-IMCND, INDIANA Indiana Ph- AC 3l7-962-353' INDIANA
Sohigro Service Company
Phone 2282 LOSANTVILLE,
WIllIAMS El00R AND WAll TIlE
CARPET - LINOLEUM
U.S. 27 AND MAIN ST.
Ph. 847-24I I
FOUNTAIN CITY, INDIANA
HOMER J. WAlTZ
RED AllEN GMC TRUCK mp HM
CHEVROLET SALES SALES 8 SERVICE
25+I1 and Broad
- Phone 529-I307
New Cas'IIe, Indiana Phone No. 529-I '29
Huffers Used Furniture
We Buy and SeII
Come In and Browse Around
I3I0 E. IZII1
Concord Provision Co.
A Complefe Insfifufional
SociaIi+es 81 Ccbbies
I20 W. Washingfon
725 W. WASHINGTON
NEW CASTLE, IND.
Bob's Men's Wear
Indiana - 1
American Mitchell s
Security Co. Service Station
ot Mt. Pleasant
Indiana "Your Friendly
Donald E. Md'-'tyre Phone 4750I Standard Oil
Era of Elagance ln Furniture
Joe Dale Owens Jerry King Peacock Insurance Agency
Salesman and Decorator
Salesman and Decorator 233 S. Meridian Street
REYNARD FUNERAL HOME
Phone 237I MODOC, INDIANA
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Road Service - Tune Ups - Grease Jobs
Oil Change - Welding Service
High 35 Blountsville, Indiana
lCompIete Bridal Service C. F. SIIIIII1 CO.
China, Crystal 8: Silver Phone 365I Lynn, Indiana
I Hartley .lewerly
I02 W. Washington
Commercial and Residential Contraction
Hot Water Heating A Specialty
Food Center, Inc.
Ph. I3 I 71 489-5631
473 E. MAIN ST.
y Winchester, Indiana HAGERSTOWN
I WQTESSNDS c. w. Swindell INDIANA
I REMOUNTING CARLOS, INDIANA
llltutual Home Federal Savings
loan Association Vlstron Corporation - Agent
N New Higher Rates for
4 6fI0 Per Anum compounded Quarterly Sglqr Nitmgen Chemigqlg
Charles and Mulberry Streets I
Hours Monday - Thursday 9 to 4:30 nc'
I FRIDAY 9 to 7:30 Closed Saturday
Muncie, Indiana SOHIGRO SERVICE
P.O. BOX 628
CARLOS Hoffherrs Muncie CHENOWETHS
CMKET Music Center
SHEll WOMEN'S WEAR
INC. HAMMOND ORGANS AND PlANos MENS WEAR
Complele Line of Musical Insfrumenls AND
CARLOS. 207 WEST JACKSON STREET SHOES
INDIANA MUNCIE INDIANA LYNN-
Phone 244I Ph. 284-448I 'ND'ANA
C 8. C Williams and Son Mahoney Electric
Plumbing 8: Elecfrical
HARDWARE AND THERMOGAS SALES 81 SERVICE
LYNN- 'NDVANA MAYTAG APPLIANCES
Phone 35I I
Robbins Gilt Shop
I05 W. Franklin Slreel
Girton Auto Parts, Inc.
l29-I33 N. MAIN STREET
If i'r's good Food you wanl
Visi+ Soulh Madison Af I8+h
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BOYS 84 TEEN
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Murk's Surplus Sales
Highway 35 a+ 550 Sou+h
CHARLES MARKS, MANAGER
WILLIAM MARKS, OWNER
FINEST QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHY
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