Union High School - Ohianian Yearbook (College Corner, OH)

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6 ' Al LCN COUNTY PIIBI C IIUFIARY 833 01881 4894 GC 977.202 W515UN, 1970 I " The 1970 Oliiaiiian Union High School I College Corner Ohio West College Corner Indiana Volume XIX Published by: Union I ' liblication Deparlnifiil Editor: Janet Cornelins Advisor: Jacob . lliifTinaii £ 1 The Sounds of Union Tlie slam of locker doors filling the halls with confusion after a summer of desertion . . . the stampede of junior and senior high school students as they rush to their next class . . . . . the incessant voices of 600 students as they relay their experiences to their friends . . . the sweet melody of " Silent Night " being sung by the choir at Christmas . . . the exuber- ant cheers of fans after the team wins another game . . . the solemn quietness as students are inducted into National Honor Society . . . the deafening blast as the rock band plays the newest hits. These are the sounds of our school. But ihey are also the sounds of the relationships between the students from both Indiana and Ohio. These sounds, plus many others, help weld these students from different backgrounds and two states into one cooperative student body. These sounds are The Sounds of Union. Table of Contents School Life 4 Organizations 16 Athletics 26 Academics 38 Album 50 Advertisements 88 Trojan fans boost the team to a near victory over Liberty. The " Made in U.S.A. " provide music for sock-hops. With three minutes between classes, students mob the lialls to set to them on time. The Sounds of Union Are Heard in Grub day provided the students an opportunity to " be your- ser ' ?!?! Joan Frantclin ciiecks out books for the elementary students. t4m m- -m SHB Physical education in the form of recess from classes was given to elementary students. Ed Fox and Linda Balser compare their new class rings. Deb Beasley sells Pam Miller notebook paper from the office store. Everyday As Well As Special Activities Mr. Parsons discusses post-graduation plans with Jerry Frazee. Teachers and school personnel often take a coffee break in the cafeteria. Cindy Kirkpatrick and Carolyn Montgomery will verify the rumor that the paper room is the coldest in the school! And just what (or who) is so inter- esting?! Union ' s Many Activities Mix the Sounds NAlTOl c V New National Honor Society members are front: Ada Tay- lor, Pam Hornung, and CoUette Thobe. Back Row: Suzanne McCreary ( ' 69), Peg Vereker, Janet Cornelius (inducted in ' 69) and Deb Beasley. Missing in the picture is Mary Swaf- ford. Is THIS how teachers at Union dress all the time? D» t t,,mf tt tU X - ' H " ••♦ i J ] Mr. Hodge presents two trophies to Jerry Frazee for his exceptional basketball per- formance. of Achievement with the Sounds of Pleasure Mr. Guy Smith presents the Outstanding Athlete Award to Steve Kuhn. The award is provided by the College Corner Community Club. Randy Kirkpatrick must have found something interesting in that newspaper!! Is Christine embarrassed about something? Mrs. Thompson presents Donna Rosenberger the Home Ec. award. u Junior ' s Present " Hurricane Harriet ' ' Front: Connie Dare, Anita King, Martha Chaney, Charmay- ne Bueiiier, Debbie Armstead, Brenda Stelle, Sandy Mcin- tosh, Mick McDonough. Back: Pam Miller, Dave Hill. Rick Payton, Steve Maddock, Bob Hensley, Mrs. Rupp, Charhe Drayer, Thorn Sutton, Bob Stephens. The Junior Class presented flowers to Mrs. Esther Rupp and Mrs. Mary McClure for recognition as directors of the play. Dave Hill uses sign language to explain the problem to Charlie Drayer and Thorn Sutton. Dannie Witter and Peg Vereker were crowned King and Queen of the 1970 Junior-Senior Prom. Debbie Robins and her escort, Mike Dunaway, pose for a picture outside the HoUday Inn, the site of the 1970 Prom. Witter and Vereker Reign at 1970 Prom The Holiday Inn of Richmond. Indiana, was the site of the 1970 Junior-Senior Prom. Music was provided by the Leonard Dils Orchestra. Intermission entertainment was provided by a group of " singing Juniors. " The highliglit of the evening was the coronation of Dan- nie Witter and Peg Vereker as King and Queen. Other candidates for King and Queen were Jerry Frazee and Pam Hor- nung, Carl Rader and Nancy Starr, Brian Brookbank and Pat Dicken, Becky Woodruff and Mike Johnston. The After-Prom was held at the O.xford Bowling Lanes. Breakfast was served by the Junior mothers. Senior girls and their dates enio ed tiie opportunity for dressing up and iiaving a gala night. Senior Dance Features " The Toad ' ' Tlie Senior class presented the " Toad Hop " on October 4, 1970, in the audi- torium. Music was provided by the " Toad " , a band hailing from Cinci- nnati, Ohio. Dannie Witter and Nancy Starr, Seniors, were crowned King and Queen. Other candidates were Dave Hill and Marilee Irwin, Juniors; Tim Hartnian and Sharon McLaughlin, Sophomores; Jon McClellan and Peg Dicken, Freshmen; Jim Frazee and Diana Kist. Grade Eight; and Marty Hecker and Vickie Raisch, Grade Seven. Students swing to the music by the " Toad. " The " Toad " set the atmosphere for the students at the Se- nior dance. Dannie Witter and Nancy Starr were crowned King and Queen. Seniors sold raffle tickets for popular albums and singles. 10 Class of ' 70 Presents " It ' s High Time ' ' Front: Suzanne McCreary, Deb Beasley, Kathy Smith, Carolyn Montgomery, Nancy Starr, Donna Rosenberger. Middle: Linda Gressell, Pat Dicken, Becky Woodruff, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Peg Vereker. Janet Cornelius. Judy Buehler. Back: Mickey Roberts, Brian Brookbank. Steve Kuhn. Mike Smalley, Mike Johnston, Gary Weidenbach. Miss Summers (Suzanne McCreary) and Mrs. Brewsrer, (Deb- bie Beasley) have an argument over the casting for tlic play. Gary, Nancy, and Pat act for their imaginary audience in the Senior play, " It ' s High Time. " 11 Senior Carnival on March 21; Can- Vickie Schwegman assists Jake Campbell in the auctioning of " Senior slaves. " 1 H Steve Toney does his impersonation of Tiny Tim. Senior parents sold Sno-Cones to willing customers. Pat Dicken sold tickets to the many fun filled booths. Pat Dicken, Pam Hornung, and Kathy Smith do a " commer- cial " between talent show acts. Gary Weidenbach takes a few moments off the job to talk to Valerie Merz. 12 Can by Senior Boys Is Grand Finale Tlie action packed Senior Carnival was presenled on March 21 , 1970. The excitement began at five o ' clock when supper was served and the booths opened. Some of the booths were the fish pond, dunk the hobo, basketball shoot, nail drive, squirt the candle, pie throw, and the favorite of all the kids, the spook house. The booths closed at nine o ' clock and the slave sale and the drawing of raffle tickets were conducted. After these were tniished the talent show was presented. This year the talent show was organized into two segments. The first segment was for underclassmen, and was entitled The Ned Son-of-a-Gun Show. The host was the very talented Senior, Carl Rader. The Senior segment of the talent show was entitled Haw-Hee, and featured such acts as Made in U.S.A., a rock band composed of Union students, and a magician act by Jerry Frazee and Pam Hornung. The grand finale was a can-can by the Senior boys. H _j B Hi if Nancy Starr and Kathy Smith take time out to pose for a picture in front of their booth. i gjm. : C »a ' ,M jL • " J ? Denise and Diana Paxton perform a tap dance routine. Pam Hornung assists the great Who?-D-Knee (Jerry Frazee) in his magjc act. The Senior boys provided the finale for the talent show by performing a can- can. 13 Baccalaureate and Commencement Provide Rev. Paul Burke of the Bath United Methodist Church gave the invocation and benediction at Baccalaureate. The Senior boys separate themselves from the girls for a lit- tle man-talk before baccalaureate begins. Judy Buehler helps Pat Dicken with her " robe problems ' 14 Finishing Touch for Twelve Fun-Filled Years Thirty-four Union Seniors, soon to be alumnae, were the center of attention on May 24. Miss Ada Taylor was chosen Valedictorian of the Senior Class, as she was first in the class with a grade average of 3.89. Second in the class with a grade average of 3.78, Miss Janet Corne lius was chosen Salutatorian of the Senior Class. May 24th and 25th. 1970, were two of the most important days in the lives of the graduating class of ' 70. On May 24th, baccalaureate was conducted at the College Corner United Methodist Church. The sermon was given by Rev. Robert McCormack of the College Corner Presbyterian Church. And then on May 25th, 1970, came the culmination of twelve years of hard work and fun. Thirty-four Seniors received their diplomas and took the big step into the world of independence. The commencement address was given by Mr. D. Aldean Pitts. 15 The Sounds of Organizations ; j£tg ; j! ' ja t!4-w -J JJ J=«=;4 Seated: Gina Giffen, Rhonda Renyer, Pat Dicken, Melissa Mallo. Standing: Bob Davis, Theiesa Harvey, Tim Moore, Joe Marcum.Rick Roberts, Suzanne McCreary, Ada Taylor, Kelly McDonough, Mr. Larry Hodge, Sponsor. Student Council Sponsors Summer Dances The Student Council met once a month to discuss school problems with President Pat Dicken presiding. Sponsor Larry Hodge helped to organize noon activities, plan sum- mer dances, and sell ink pens with the 1969-70 basketball schedule on them. Other topics discussed were school poli- cy and setting up the 1970-71 school calendar of events. New members are elected by the student body at the end of each year and new officers are elected at the first meet- ing of the year. Other officers for the year were Melissa Mallo, Vice-President; Gina Giffen, Secretary:and Rhonda Renyer, Treasurer. Students dance to the music of the " Made in U.S.A. " at one of the summer dances sponsored by the Student Council. Band and Chorus Present Winter Concert The Chorus and Band members combined efforts this year to present many entertaining programs. The cliorus sang at a UCA meeting, for several convocations, and joined the band for several programs. The band also played for most home basketball games. Both groups are under the direction of Mr. William Rayer. Chorus members as pictured at left are: Front Row: Linda Hurst, Kim Fox, Suzanne McCreary, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Pat Dicken, Pam Hornung, Kathy Smith, Ada Taylor, Vickie Browning. Back Row: Randy Buttery, Mike Dare, Bob Hensley, Jerry Frazee. Carl Rader, Jack Kline, Mr. William Rayer, Director. Front: Linda Nixon, Wanda Stelle, Joyce Stearns, Kay Ro- senberger. Brenda Curry, Nancy Dunbar, Melanie Stevens. Row Two: Mr. William Rayer, Randy Buttery, Jay Otto. Bobby Montgomery, Charles Paxton, Randy Denton, Mike Dare, Bob Davis, Jan Witter. Back Row: Bob Hensley, Joe Marcum, John McCreary, Tom Ferris, Tim Blacker, Joe Otto, Roger Perry. 19 FHA Prepares Supper for Faculty Front: Mrs. Gragg, Student Sponsor, Sharon McLaughlin, CoHette Thobe, Su anne McCreary, Ada Taylor, Sandy Mc- intosh, Jennifer Major. Becky Rosenberger. Row Two: Anita Hacker, Nancy Starr, Cathy Ferris, Deanna Bothast, Kathy Smith, Anita King, Donna Rosenberger. Row Three: Melissa Mallo, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Pam Hornung, Pat Dick- en, Gina Giffen, Kay Rosenberger, Shannon McDonough, Peg Dicken. Row Four: Brenda Curry, Pam Miller, Brenda Stelle, Joyce Stearns, Carolyn Montgomery, Linda Nixon, Stephanie Gully, Jill Kline. The Future Homemakers of America began the school year with the initiation of new members. These ceremonies were conducted in the barn at the Kirkpatrick residence. After that the club met once a month with such programs as hair styling by Miss Debbie Brack, a Union alumnus. Mrs. Rosa- lyn Sheets demonstrated cake decorating to the club. The annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the FHA, took place in the Town Grove for community children. The club also prepared and served a supper for the Faculty at the March meeting. A St. Patrick ' s skit was presented to the Faculty at the end of the program. The club was sponsored by Mrs. Sue Thompson. The officers for 1969-70 were Suzanne Mc- Creary, President; CoUette Thobe, Vice-President; Sandy Mcintosh, Secretary; and Ada Taylor, Treasurer. 20 FTA Tours Miami University Front: Mrs. Holl, Sponsor; Peggy Vereker, Brenda Curry, Brian Brookbank, Janet Cornelius, Suzanne McCreary. Row Two: Sally Persinger, Donna Rosenberger, Cindy Kirkpat- rick, Ada Taylor, Pam Miller, Connie Coffey, Becky Rosen- berger. Row Three: Vickie Schwegman, Becky Woodruff, Kim Fox, Diana Sizelove, Stephanie Gully, Bob Hensley. Row Four: Rick Roberts, Mickey Roberts, Jill Kline. Pat Dicken, Pat Widau, Rhonda Renyer. The Future Teachers of America was given the opportunity to tour the campus of Miami University for the March meeting. Other meetings included a bake sale, a Christmas dinner at the home of Mrs. Holl and FTA day in April. On FTA day the club members took over several classes for teachers they had been helping during the school year. A light breakfast was also prepared for the teachers and flowers given to them. Mrs. Jeanette Roberds was a guest speaker at one meeting when she discussed the " Ungraded Primary " with the club members and the faculty guests. Officers for the 1969-70 school year were Janet Cornelius, President; Brian Brookbank, Vice-President; Brenda Curry, Secretary; and Peg Vereker, Treasurer. Brenda Curry explains the day ' s lesson to the Biology I class during FTA day. 21 ■ - aj-- ' ' :; g !g!l GAA Participates in Various Sports Seated: Judy Buehler, Peg Dicken, Shannon McDonough. Kneeling: Connie Coffey, Jill Kline, Theresa Hensley, Shara Henry, Kathy Smith, Becky Woodruff, Linda Nixon, Mary Swafford, Kay Rosenberger. Standing: Carolyn Montgom- ery, Peggy Vereker. Brenda Curry, Joyce Stearns, Valerie Porter, Miss Hall, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Connie Dare, Valerie Merz, Pat Dicken. Vickie Schweaman. The Girls Athletic Association started the school year by traveling to Oxford Bowling Lanes. After nine weeks of bowling they continued their activities by playing volley- ball with other schools. Volleyball season was followed by basketball and trampoline skills, hi the spring the club started Softball games. The club is sponsored by Miss Dorothy Hall and officers for 1969-70 were Cindy Kirkpatrick, President; Peg Vereker, Vice-President; Pat Dicken, Secretary; and Pat Widau, Trea- surer. 22 Booster Club Council Sponsors Dance Seated: Mike Smalley, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Mr. Ashvvortii, Joyce Stearns, Kay Rosenberger. Standing: Joanna Powell, Rick Crane, David Johnston, Dean Van Winkle, Jerrolyn Bourne, Darrell Bruns, Jay Brattain, Kathy Hensley. The Booster Club Council began its annual membership drive in October and ended its drive with 1 25 members. To raise money for the club the Council sponsored a dance " Cupid ' s Dream " , featuring the Cavaliers. The Coimcil also helped to organize a bonfire and pep rally to open the basketball season. Officers were President, Cindy Kirkpat- rick; Vice-President, Mike Smalley; Secretary, Kay Rosen- berger; and Treasurer, Joyce Stearns. The Booster Club was sponsored by Mr. Richard Ashworth. Union ' s Boosters and fans express various emotions at the game between College Corner and Liberty. 23 Four Publication Department Members Seated: Vickie Schwegman. Becky Woodruff, Donna Rosen- berger, Cindy Kirkpatrick, Carolyn Montgomery, Suzanne McCreary, Brian Brookbank, Brenda Steile, Becky Rosen- berger, Kathy Montgomery. Row Two: Mr. Huffman, Mickey Roberts, Pam Hornung, Pat Dicken, Connie Coffey, Diane Witter, Judy Buehler, Kathy Smith, Janet Cornelius. Row Tiiree: Steve Kuhn, Rick Roberts, Jerry Frazee, Joyce Stearns, Peggy Vereker, Betty Jewell, Collette Thobe. Working hard to meet deadlines kept all members of the Statehne Student busy. Producing twenty issues was the main goal of the staff. Editor Carolyn Montgomery, along with Business Manager Donna Rosenberger, spent two weeks at Indiana University learning to organize and run the school paper. The assistant editor was Connie Dare. Debbie Beasley types the dummy to one of the stories to be used in the Stateline Student. 24 Attend Summer Workshops at lU Ell ' 1 iJH ■aPj iy «7 ' ji 1 . ,0 fV . J L Seated: Mr. Huffman, Becky Woodruff, Cindy Kirkpatnck, Janet Cornelius, Suzanne McCreary, Brian Brookbank, Brenda Stelle, Donna Rosenberger. Standing: Pam Miller, Joyce Stearns, Diane Witter, Steve Kulin, Peggy Vereker, Kathy Smith, Judy Buehler. Taking pictures, choosing the ones to use, and drawing up layouts is all part of putting a yearbook together. Editor Janet Cornelius and Copy Editor Cindy Kirkpatrick found this to be true when they attended a two week summer workshop at Indiana University from July 20 to August 2. While at Indiana University Janet and Cindy lived in Forest Quadrangle with 250 students from all over Indiana and from other states as well. The students attended classes in Ernie Pyle Hall, the University Journalism Building. During free time the students were permitted to use University recreational facilities or to travel to downtown Blooming- ton for shopping or other activities. The highlight of the two weeks was an awards dinner conducted in the Student Union. Other members of the Ohianian Staff were Pam Miller, As- sistant Editor; Brian Brookbank, Photographer; Donna Rosenberger, Business Manager; Suzanne McCreary, Under- class Editor; Deb Beasley, Organizations Editor; Kathy Smith, Sports Editor; Joyce Stearns, Circulation Manager; Judy Buehler, Peg Vereker, and Diane Witter, Typists; and Becky Woodruff and Brenda Stelle, Proofreaders. Vickie Scliwegman rummages through some pictures during free Imie ni the stalTrooni. 25 • ' « , ■ g .v:-f?i :s :5iy4 ' -. , N ' . .■k ' vai The Sounds of Athletics 4 Trojans Eliminate Greyhounds in First Kneeling: Darrell Harvey, Dannie Witter, Randy Kirkpatrici , Carl Rader, Mick McDonough, Charlie Drayer. Standing: Coach Larry Hodge, Mike Johnston, Jerry Frazee, Steve The Varsity ended its season with a 10-12 record. Senior Jerry Frazee was chosen fifth on the All SOC Basketball Team and Sophomore Randy Kirkpatrick was seventh. Senior Steve Kuhn and Junior RickPayton were given Honorable Mention. Steve was also chosen Center for the All Sectional First Team and Randy was named Forward for the All Sectional Second Team. The Sectional proved to be the highlight of the season. Af- ter a fifteen point defeat earlier in the season the Trojans came from behind in the final seconds to defeat Brookville 55-54. WHITEWATER VALLEY TOURNAMENT Kuhn, Dane Webb, Rick Payton, Brian Brookbank and Jay Brattaui, Mrgs. Whitewater Twp 71 Northeastern 104 CONNERSVILLE SECTIONAL Brookville 54 Liberty 72 UNION 81 61 OPPONENTS Liberty 64 Brookville 83 New Madison 83 Whitewater Twp 84 Twin Valley South 50 Laurel 61 Morton Memorial 75 New Miami 103 Ross 76 National Trail 66 Trenton 112 Preble Shawnee 113 Twin Valley North 98 Westmont 71 Laurel 62 Seven Mile 71 New Madison 73 Wliitewater Twp 72 UNION 62 59 66 101 58 80 74 59 85 61 89 71 81 83 82 76 59 87 UNION 55 69 28 Round of Sectional at Connersville Co-captains Steve Kuhn and Jerry Frazee talk things over witii referees and Lancer co-captains. Jerry Frazee reaches high to get the tip off as others stand alert in preparation to begin play. Sophomore Randy Kirkpatrick adds two points to the Tro- jan score with an easy lay up. Steve Kuhn shows his winning form which helped him to he chosen for the All-Sectional First Team. 29 iJU a i — j-t - j-itfeHij, lkJL!iJ«,WJl- Basketball ' s Key Word Is " Action " „ ,Aji.jmBatTi Scinoi Joiiy Frazee tosses in another two points despite tough Viking opposition. A fast break by Ed Fox pays off as tiie Trojans chalk up an- otiier two points. Senior Steve Kuhngets the tip off to begin action in the Tro- jans ' favor. Freshman Joe Otto contributes an easy two points to the game. 30 Reserve Wins Whitewater Tourney Coach Cliff Cook, Roger Perry, Joe Marcum, Ed Fox, Alex Todd, John McCreary, Joe Otto, Jim Kist, Jon McClellan, Bob Paxton. OPPONENTS UNK Liberty 30 45 Brooi ville 64 45 New Madison 55 43 Whitewater 43 42 Twin Valley South 50 41 Laurel 19 65 Morton Memorial 42 56 New Miami 60 46 Ross 61 50 National Trails 54 59 Trenton 74 48 Preble Shawnee 81 35 Twin Valley North 52 54 VVestmont 50 49 Laurel 33 37 Seven Mile 56 40 New Madison 60 43 V litewater 51 47 Union ' s reserve won the first game of the season and then ended with a 8-12 record. Although this was not a winning season, the thrill of winning the Whitewater Valley Tourney made it all worthwhile. The Trojans defeated Laurel in the first game of the tourney and then beat undefeated North- eastern in the final tilt. 31 »i. » _=jj ' S3rgajBggiiWi igg?? ' giyggl Action and Spirit Are Characteristics After four years of cheering tlie splits can be done witii ease as Senior Ada Taylor confirms. She was Captain of tiie Varsity squad this year. ' mmJ 1 Simple? With lots of practice it can be. Senior Pam Hornungcan prove this after four years of cheering. Senior Pat Dicken makes doing the splits look much easier than it actually is. This is her second year as a cheer- leader. 32 of Union ' s Cheerleading Squads Junior Sandy Mcintosh shows one of many forms used in cheering. This is her second year as a cheerleader. Melissa Malio shows one of the poses tiiat lias enabled her to be a cheerleader for three years. She is a Junior. Reserve cheerleaders for the l96 ' )-70 year were: Anita Hacker, Peg Dicken, Chris Harvey, Kay Rosenberger, Sharon McLaughlin. 33 Junior High Teams End Season with 5-18 Record Kneeling: Gerald Stubbs, Jay Otto, Kelly McDonough, Bob Montgomery, Dave Dudley, Dave Kist, Bob Davis, Rick Hiles, Mike Todd. Standing: Rick Crane, Mr. Rayer, Danny Baker, Bill Hensley, Gary Barrett, Jim Frazee, Dave Johns- ton, Ed Dicken, Jim Herald, Charles Paxton, Las Sizemore. SEVENTH GRADE GAMES EIGHTH GRADE GAMES Laurel 37 Seven Mile 58 New Miami 30 Laurel 39 McGuffy 39 Trenton 41 Ross 47 Seven Mile 46 McGuffy 42 Ross 79 Union 8 Union 5 Union 15 Union 11 Union 9 Union 8 Union 12 Union 9 Union 12 Union 20 Whitewater 34 Seven Mile 50 Laurel 57 New Miami 49 Trenton 41 McGuffy 43 New Miami 30 Trenton 48 Ross 40 Seven Mile 47 Laurel 55 Ross 45 Whitewater 42 Union 58 Union 25 Union 47 Union 48 Union 25 Union 52 Union 36 Union 24 Union 33 Union 41 Union 58 Union 51 Union 26 Cheerleaders: Front: Kathy Hensley, Theresa Harvey. Cen- ter: Patty Balser. Back: Vickie Raisch, Theresa Richardson. Baseball Team Standing: Tim Hartman, Blaine Bourne, Dane Webb, Steve Kuiin, Rick Payton, John McCreary, Jim Kist. Squatting: Mr. Cook, Brian Brookbank, Jon McClellan, Rick Maddock, Roger Perry, Joe Marcum. The baseball team was composed of two seniors, one ju- nior, two sophomores, and seven freshmen in the ' 69- ' 70 season. Because of the many team members lacking mucii experience, the team was held to two wins over the season. However, next year should prove more profitable. 35 Track Teams Front: Doug Stout, Joe Marcum, Dannie Witter, Mickey Roberts, Brian Brookbank. Back: Jim Kist, John McCreary, Steve Kuhn, Dave Hill, Tim Hartman, Mr. Larry Hodge. The Junior High Track team is as fol- lows: Kneeling: Kenny Revelee, Kelly McDonough, Bob Montgomery, Ron- nie Hoelle, Erie Hiles, David Kist. Standing: Ed Dicken,Gary Barrett, Dave Johnston, Jack Kline, Bill Hens- ley, Charles Paxton, Mr. Donald Mike- sell, Coach. 36 Cross-Country Team Back: Joe Otto, John McCreary, Steve Kuhn,Tim Hartman.Mr. Larry Hodge. Front: Ed Fox, Dave Kist, Dave Hille, Joe Marcum. The 1969-70 cross-country team ended the season with four wins out of five regular meets. The team placed fourth in the SOC Conference meet, second in the Preble County Invitational, fifth in the Miami University Invitational, fourth in the Whitewater Valley Invitational, thirteenth in the Lowell Thomas Invitational, and thirteenth in the Dis- trict. 37 ■.i . - ' ' -JTFSi -s]:ii ' f ' f •■ ' " , ' T.- ' m ::v,- ' |;i t . " ' W S - ' l s The Sounds of Academics ■ English Classes View Cainelot ' ' Tlie highlight of the year fo r the En- ghsh classes was the opportunity to view the film " Camelot " . Mrs. Mary McClure and Mrs, Esther Rupp headed the English department, and Mrs. Karen Martino aided them as head of the remedial reading. English classes ranged from the junior high level to Senior college prepara- tory. The students began receiving col- lege preparatory in their junior year, by studying American literature. In Senior English, emphasis was placed upon English literature and advanced composition. Mrs. Rupp teaches grammar to Sopho- mores. Cathy Ferris and Mary Swafford put their heads together to come up with better compositions. Mrs. Martino teaches remedial reading to elementary pupils. (Left) Mrs. McClure aids Carolyn Montgomery with English lit. 40 Contemporary Issues Added to Curriculum Mr. Hodge answers questions for the contemporary issues class, a new elective for students. The social studies department was headed by Mr. Jacob Huffman. He was assisted by Mr. Larry Hodge. Mr. Huff- man taught government, American his- tory, geography, and sociology. Mr. Hodge taught all junior high social stu- dies, and he also taught economics and contemporary issues. Contemporary issues was a new elective added to the curriculum this year. It dealt with the problems of today, and students were taught to come up with answers to problems, not just criticize. Mr. Jacob Huffman lectures his second period government class on the laws and concepts of American government. 41 Foreign Language, Art, and Music Mr. Parsons directs the French I students in recitations from their texts. Miss Baylis reads from the board as the French II students read from their books. The foreign language department was headed by Joseph Parsons. He instructed the Latin I and II classes and French I. The highlight of the year for these classes was fixing a combina- tion Latin-French dinner. Miss Carol Baylis traveled from Liberty daily to teach French II. The foreign language classes studied not only the languages, but die culture and lifestyles of France and Italy. 42 Give Students a Taste of Culture Tlic music department was lieadcd by Mr. William Rayer, who lauglit junior and senior liigh school music. He was assisted by Mrs. Mary Gahris, who taught elementary music. The elemen- tary music classes present a May Day music program. Tlie high school cho- rus, along with the bands, presented a spring concert on May 21 . The art classes were taught by Mr. Paul Holmes. Students used their artistic ability in many capacities. They made posters, murals, sculptures, and made banners for lining the halls during bas- ketball season. An art show was pre- sented at the May meeting of the U.C.A. Mr. Rayer plays piano for his seventh grade music class. Mr. Holmes watches his art class at work. Judy Buehler uses her " artistic ability " to get the attention of Jerry Frazee. 43 Students Delve into the Complex The mathematics department was headed by Mr. Don Mike- seU and Mr. John Longnecker. Mr. Mikesell taught seventh grade matli. Algebra 1 and II. and Senior math. Mr. Long- necker taugiit eigiith grade, ninth grade general math, and geometry. Class size ranged from twenty or twenty five down to three, which was the size of the Senior math class. All students were required to take junior high math and either general math or Algebra I. After this, mathematics be- came an elective. Mr. Mikesell observes his Algebra II class as they study. Wliile Mr. Longnecker aids one of his students, Dick Dunaway interests him- self in something else— hot rod maga- zines. Mr. Longnecker e.xplains the properties of a prism to Joanna Powell and Randy Bowling. 44 World of Math and Science Science classes brought some of the extraordinary into the Hves of Union students. Junior high students had to study general science, and freshmen had to take either general sci- ence or earth science. After this, science courses were elec- tives. High school students were offered Biology 1 and 11, chemistiy, and physics. The three science teachers this year were Mr. Tom Woodward, Mr. Don Mikesell, and Mr. Richard Ashworth. The junior high classes studied science in many forms, not concentrating on any specific area. Freshman general sci- ence did the same. Earth science studied the physical pro- perties of the earth and the changes that have taken place over millions of years. Biology classes studied the various forms of plant and animal life, and studied the classifica- tion of organisms. Chemistry and physics classes did many experiments to explain the many properties of matter. Biology students use microscopes to study minute organisms. Mr. Woodward demonstrates the operation of a pH meter to three of his chemistry students. Mr. Mikesell and two of his physics students. Dan Witter and Dane Webb, do an experiment to analyze the spectrum. Mr. Ashworth explains to his eighth grade class what can happen if a person rushes through an e.xperiment-and his hand proves it! 45 Students Prepare for Business World Business and vocational arts classes were taught this year by Mrs. Eleanor HoU, Miss Dorothy Hall, Mrs. Sue Thompson, and Mr. Roger DeSoucy. Typing I and general business classes were taught by Miss Hall. Typing II, shorthand, speech, and bookkeeping classes were taught by Mrs. HoU. Mrs. Thompson taught all home economics classes and Mr. DeSoucy was instructor for industrial arts classes. Several Union students attended the vocational school at Conners- ville, Indiana. Mrs. Holl assists Susan Merz with her typing assignment. Peg Vereker has her bookkeeping work checked by Mrs. Holl. Steve Schwegman tries not to be distracted by the picture taking as he gives his speech for speech class. 46 Mrs. Thompson tells her seventh graders the qualities of a good cake. Tom Ferris uses the circular saw while working on his pro- ject. Vocational Arts Train Future Workers Family living class prepares to view a picture on nutrition. Darrell Hertel and Randy Chewning show two methods of sanding wood. 47 Mr. Cook taught drivers education to Union students. The course was off- ered to Indiana students fifteen years old, and to Ohio students sixteen years old. The course lasted one semester. The first half of the course was devoted to learning the rules of the road. The second half was actual driv- ing practice. Before passing drivers education, a student must be able to handle the car safely, know the rules of the road, and know how to parallel park. Mr. Cook explains the mechanism of the automobile to his students. Students Become Competent Drivers Mark Stella, wath the aid of Mr. Cook, demonstrates the task of parallel parking. Students Learn Teamwork in Gym Classes Becky Woodruff demonstrates lier skill on the horse. Besides working in gym- nastics the girl ' s pliysical education classes played volleyball, baseball, bas- ketball, and ran track to keep physi- cally fit. Mr. Clifford Cook shows his physical education students a useful wrestling hold. Jerry Frazee shows one of his many skills on the trampoline. After learning the basic manuevers the students gain skill in the more advanced areas of gymnastics. 49 -m r ' m The Sounds of Individuals Administration Guides Union ' s Students Seated; Ellis McDill, Norman Lake. P. A. Smith, Charles Mur- ray, Pauline McDoiiough, Betty Goodwin, Guy Smith, and Warren Hoelle. Standing: Gene Parks, Dale Stevens, Arthur May, Howard Hartman, Don Treadway, and Ivan Martin. Checking up on a few things in the library is Mr. Guy Smith, Superintendent. Keeping up with the students is necessary in our changing world. Answering the telephone is only one of several jobs of Mrs. Betty Goodwin. Here she prepares to take a message for Mr. Smith, whom she assists as secretary. 52 Mr. Don Stumbo. Principal, examines tlie permanent record of one of Union ' s students. This becomes a must wlien fill- ing out college applications for Seniors. Mrs. Karen Woodruff uses the duplicating maciiine to make copies of the daily news for students. Students Assist Administration Office girls Pam Miller, Melanie Stevens, Vickie Scliwegman, Becky Woodruff, Pat Widau, and Deb Beaslcy tend to vari- ous jobs to aid in administrative affairs. Those girls who are FTA members receive one point per week for their office duties. 53 m Union ' s Thirty-Six Faculty Members Mr. Richard E. Ashworth Science, Booster Club Miss Carol Baylis French Mrs. Regina Carroll Grade 4 Mr. Clifford Cook Health, Physical Education, Driv- er ' s Education, Assistant Coach Mrs. Martha Decker Grade 3 Mr. Roger DeSoucy Industrial Arts, Sophomore Spon- sor Mrs. Genevieve Dicken Grade 6 Mrs. Mary Lou Ferris Grade 5 Mrs. Mary Gahris Elementary Music Miss Dorothy Hall Business, Physical Education, Cheerleader Sponsor, GAA Mrs. Phyllis Hartley Grade 6 Mr. Lowell Hinkle Grade 3 ! 54 Come from Both Indiana and Ohio Mr. Larry Hodge Social Studies, Head Coach. Stu- dent Council Mrs. Wanda Hodge Teacher ' s Aide Mrs. Eleanor HoU Business, FTA Mr. Paul Holmes Art, Freshman Sponsor Mrs. Bethel Hooven Grade 5 Mr. Jacob Huffman Social Studies, Publications Mrs. Kathleen Jellison Librarian, Seventh Grade Spon- sor Mrs. Eleanor Kneisel Grade 4 Mr. John Longenecker Math, Eighth Grade Sponsor Mrs. Karen Martino Remedial Reading, Seventh Grade Sponsor Mrs. Mary McClure English, Junior Sponsor Mrs. Veria McClure Grade 2 55 Student Teachers Gain Experience at Union Mrs. Joan McCreary Grade 2 Mr. Donald Mikesell Math, Senior Sponsor Mrs. Flora Montgomery Grade 1 Mrs. Lois Parman Math Mr. Joseph Parsons Guidance, Latin, Grade 8 Spon- sor Mr. William Rayer Music, Freshman Sponsor Mrs. Esther Rupp English, Sophomore Sponsor Mrs. Emma Stewart Grade 1 Mrs. Sue Thompson Home Economics, FHA Sponsor Mr. Thomas Woodward Science, Senior Sponsor Mrs. Ann Young Grade 3 56 School Employees Help Keep Union Running Smoothly Union ' s cooks for the 1969-70 school year were: Mrs. Mary Bothast, Mrs. Wilma Mcintosh, Mrs. Audrey Matix, and Mrs. Thelma Roberts. Tiiese four women worked diligently to provide the students with nutritional lunches every day of the week. Mr. Luther Sexton takes it easy on his coffee break as Mr. John Wiggins be- gins his day ' s work. Mr. Sexton and Mr. Wiggins, along with Mrs. Sexton who was absent when the picture was snapped, kept Union ' s classrooms and corridors spotless. Seven busses provided transportation for Union ' s students to and from school. The drivers also took students to away basketball games and on field trips. The drivers for 1969-70 were Mr. Carlis Nixon, Mr. Ted Bostick, Mr. Bruce Carmichael, Mr. Don Price, Mr. Wayne Witter, Mr. Cecil Moore, and Mr. Eulas Plemons. 57 ff Seniors Sell Magazines Totaling WANDA LU ALCORN Chorus 1; Stateline Student 1,2,3.4; Ohianian 3; Librarian 3: Booster Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3. BRUCE BAKER Class Play 3,4. DEBBIE MARLENE BEASLEY Entered Union from McClaine H.S. Junior Year. Stateline Student 3,4; Ohianian 3,4; Office Girl 4; Booster Club 3,4; FTA 3,4; Class Play 3,4. BRIAN HAWLEY BROOKBANK Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Li- brarian 2; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; Basketball Manager 4; Basketball 1, 2,3; Baseball 4; Track 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Class Play 3,4. LARRY V. BRUNS Booster Club 1,2,3; Class Play 3,4. JOYCE ANN BRYANT Booster Club 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. 58 Forty-Seven Hundred Dollars JUDY KAY BUEHLER Student Council 2;Cliorus 3;Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Librarian 2,3; Booster Club 3,4; GAA 4; Class Play 3, 4. JANET LEE CORNELIUS Salutatorian National Honor Society 3,4; It ' s Aca- demic Team 3; Stateline Student 3,4; Ohianian 3,4, Editor; Office Girl 2,3; Booster Club 2,3,4; FTA 2,3,4; Class Play 3.4; lUHSJI Representative 4. PATRICIA MAY DICKEN Class Officer 1,2,3; Student Council 3, 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Stateline Student 4; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; GAA 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,4; Class Play 3,4. CATHY ELLEN FERRIS Chorus 1; Stateline Student 3,4; Li- brarian 1 ; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1 ,2,3,4; GAA 3; Cheerleader 1 ; Class Play 3,4. JERRY WAYNE FRAZEE Chorus 4; Stateline Student 4; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base- ball 1 ,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cross Coun- try 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. PAMELA P. HORNUNG Class Officer 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,4; State- line Student 4; Librarian 1; Booster Club 1 ,2,3,4; FHA 1 ,2,3,4; FTA 3; GAA 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. 59 Graduating Class Chooses Yellow and MICHAEL LEE JOHNSTON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 1 ,2,3,4; Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4; Volley- ball 3,4; Class Play 3,4. CYNTHIA LOUISE KIRKPATRICK Chorus 1,4; Stateline Student 3,4; Ohianian 4; Office Girl 2; Booster Club 1,2,3,4, Rep.; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1 ; Class Play 3,4; lUHSJI Representative 4. STEVEN DONLEY KUHN Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Pro- jectionist Club 4; Booster Club 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 4; Track 1, 2,4; Cross Country 1 ,2,3,4; Volleyball 4; Class Play 3,4. SUZANNE McCREARY National Honor Society 3,4; Class Of- ficer 4; Student Council 4; Chorus 1,4; Stateline Student 3,4; Oliianian 3,4; Office Girl 2; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FYA 2,3,4; Cheerleader I; Class Play 3,4. CAROLYN JO MONTGOMERY Chorus 1; Stateline Student 1,2,3,4, Editor; Ohianian 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 2,3; GAA 1,2, 3,4; Class Play 3,4; lUHSJI Representa- tive 4. SALLY SIZEMORE PERSINGER Class Officer 3; Chorus 3; Stateline Stu- dent 3,4; Ohianian 4; Librarian 2,3; Booster Club 3,4; FHA 1 ; FTA 4; GAA 4; Class Play 3. 60 White for Baccalaureate and Coinmencenient. CARL E. RADER. JR. Class Officer 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,4; Baseball 1; Track 1; Class Play 3,4. WILLIAM MICHAEL ROBERTS Class Officer 1 ; Stateline Student 4; Projectionist Club 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3,4; ETA 4; Basketball Manager 2,3; Cross Country 2; Class Play 3,4. DONNA MARIE ROSENBERGER Chorus 1; Stateline Student 1,2,3,4; Ohianian 3,4; Librarian 1,3; Office Girl 1 ,4; Booster Club 1 ,2,3,4; FHA 1 ,2,3, 4; FTA 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; lUHSJI Rep. 4. VICKIE RAYE SCHWEGMAN Chorus I; Stateline Student 4; Office Girl 1,3,4; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1 ,2,3; FTA 4; GAA 1 ,3,4; Class Play 3, 4. MICHAEL OTTIS SMALLEY Booster Club 1,2,3,4, Rep.; Basketball 1 ; Class Play 3,4. KATHY ANN SMITH Class Officer 2; Chorus 4; Stateline Stu- dent 3,4; Ohianian 4; Librarian 1 ; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FTA 3; GAA 1 ,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. 61 r Seniors Visit New York and NANCY JANE STARR Stateline Student 4; Librarian 1; Boost- er Club 1 ,2,3,4; FHA 1 ,2,3,4; FTA 3; Cheerleader 1 ,2; Class Play 3,4. MARY MA DDOCK SWAFFORD Chorus 1; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. ADA MAUREEN TAYLOR Valedictorian Class Officer 4; Student Council 1,4; Chorus 1 ,4; Office Girl 4; Booster Club 1 .2,3,4; FHA 2,3,4; FTA 3,4; GAA 1 , 2; Cheerleader 1 ,2.3,4; Class Play 3,4. COLLETTE JEAN THOBE Stateline Student 3,4; Booster Club 1, 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; GAA 3; Class Play 3,4. PEGGY ANN VEREKER Class Officer 1,4; Chorus 1; Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Office Girl 4; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FTA 4; GAA 2, 3,4; Class Play 3,4. MICHAEL DANE WEBB Booster Club 1,2,3.4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Class Play 3,4. 62 Washington D.C. After Graduation Ceremonies GARY LEE WEIDENBACH Class Officer 2; Student Council 2,3; Booster Club 1 ,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. DANNIE RAY WITTER Booster Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 1 ,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. DIANE KAY WITTER Chorus 1 ; Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Librarian 1,3; Booster Club 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. REBECCA CAROL WOODRUFF Stateline Student 4; Ohianian 4; Office Girl 4; Booster Club 1,2,3,4; FHA 3; FTA 4; GAA 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. Not Pictured: JOAN KARLENE FRANKLIN LINDA HURST 63 What Happens to Rings Debbie Armstead Linda Balser Earlene Banks Janis Berry Jay Brattain Charmayne Buehler Connie Dare Charles Drayer Ed Fox Darrell Harvey Bob Hensley Dave Hill Marilee Irwin Barry Lowe Steve Maddock Melissa Mallo Mick McDonough Sandy Mcintosh Susan Merz Pam Miller Rick Payton Rondy Phillips Valerie Porter Mary Ridenour Greg Rosenberger Barbara Sizemore 64 That Juniors Receive? Joyce Stearns Brenda Stelle Bob Stephens Thorn Sutton Gary VanWinkle Class officer for the Junior Class are seated: Anita King, Secretary ; Sandy Mcintosh, Treasurer; Mick McDonougli, President; Charmayne Buehler, Vice- President. Standing: Mrs. Mary Mc- Clure and Mr. Don Stumbo, Sponsors. Juniors comparing class rings becomes a common sight when they receive the rings in the fall. Ed Fox and Linda Balser compare the round and square style rings which they chose. Sophomores Sponsor Jailhouse Rock " Bill Bake Jenny Banks Jerrolyn Bourne Cecil Bowling Pam Browning Connie Coffey Robin Cole Gary Cramer Brenda Curry Tom Ferris Kim Fox Anita Hacker Tim Hartman Joyce Hensley Darrell Hertel Randy Kirkpatrick Jim Kist Don Lackey Jennifer Major Sharon McLaughlin Kathy Montgomery Greg Persinger Tom Puckett Rhonda Renyer Rick Roberts Becky Rosenberger Doris Sayers 66 Featuring The Wanted ' ' Jerry Sayers Steve Schwegman Bill Sizemore Steve Soward Alex Todd Steve Toney Dean VanWinkle Sue Warner Pat Widau Beverly Young T " " «r 1 k Sophomore Class Officers are as fol- lows: Seated: Brenda Curry, President; Tom Ferris, Treasurer; Randy Kirk- patrick, Vice-President; Anita Hacker, Secretary. Standing are the Class Spon- sors, Mr. Roger DeSoucy and Mrs. Esther Rupp. 67 Forty-One Freshmen Start Steve Agnew Tim Blacker Deanna Bothast Blaine Bourne Vicki Browning Darrell Bruns Gerald Bruns Raymond Chaney Randy Chewning Brenda Conner Judy Conner Larry Cornelius Peggy Dicken Tom Dunaway Gina Giffen Stephanie Gulley Christine Harvey Shara Henry Betty Jewell Jill Kline Rick Maddock Joe Marcum Jon McClellan John McCreary Shannon McDonough Dennis Mcintosh 68 Working Toward Higher Goals Valerie Merz Luiinn Mullins Linda Nixon Joe Otto Roger Perry Lisa Renyer Kay Rosenberger Diana Sizelove Bill Sizemore Lena Sizemore Mark Stelle Melanie Stevens Doug Stout Greg VanWinkle Jan Witter Class Officers for the Freshmen are Christine Harvey, Trea- surer: Shannon McDonough, Vice-President; Deanna Bot- hast, Secretary; Jon McClellan, President. Sponsors are Mr. Paul Holmes and Mr. William Rayer. 69 Eighth Graders Anticipate Successful Fred Abernathy Danny Baker Patty Balser Randy Bowling Bonnie Buehler Randy Buttery Marilyn Coffey Rick Crane Mike Dare Bob Davis Debbie Davis Randy Denton Ed Dicken Rick Dunaway Jim Frazee Bonita Coins Linda Hawkins Philip Heintzelman James Herald David Kist Diana Kist Jack Kline Dean Masters Connie Miller Tim Moore Jeff Myers 70 High School Years at Union Bob Paxton Jolin Persinger Joanna Powell Vickie Richardson John Ridenour Maria Roberts Chris Rosenberger Marlcne Roth Marvin Roth Ruddell Smith Bill Snodderly Wanda Stelle Janet Stout Ralph Warner Joyce Wiggins Seated: Ralph Warner, President; John Persinger, Secretary; Mike Dare, Vice- President. Standing are the Class Spon- sors, Mr. Joseph Parsons and Mr. John Longenecker. 71 Seventh Graders Begin 1f fPl Elaine Baker Gary Barrett Lester Bowling Patty Bostick Janice Bourne Delbert Browning Renee Buehler Cindy Cason Rachel Cole Sandra Conner Glen Cornelius David Dudley Diane Dudley Cheryl Dunaway Nancy Dunbar Marty Hacker Theresa Harvey Bill Hensley Erick Hiles Carolyn Hill Ronald Hoelle David Johnston David Ketring Linda Kline Kelly McDonough Becky McDonough Steve Merz 72 Second Phase of Education Bob Montgomery Jay Otto Charles Paxton Dean Persinger Mitchell Rader Vicki Raisch Donald Renyer Theresa Richardson David Ridenour Debbie Roberts Debbie Savag Leslie Sizemore Lonnie Sizemore Louise Sizemore David Stearns Ernest Stegner Gerald Stubbs Mike Todd James Toney Billy VanWinkle Class Officers for the Seventh Grade are Patty Bostick, Treasurer; Billy VanWinkle, President; Theresa Harvey, Vice-President; Lonnie Sizemore, Secretary. Standing are the Class Sponsors, Mrs. Kathleen Jellison, Mr. Clifford Cook, and Mrs. Karen Martino. 73 r Sixth Grade Students Delve Virginia Agnew Sue Anderson Bridget Bake Diane Baker Dennis Balser Vincent Bostick Catrina Bothast Duane Bowling Glenn Bowling Gwen Bowling Randy Brazil Linda Brier Jerald Browning Lisa Bruns Norma Burchfield Ricky Burchfield Pamela Buttery Doris Chaney Debbie Dunaway Peggy Gentry Dale Goodwin Linda Holt Gail JoUey Elizabeth Jowdy Rick Kist Billy Lowe Pam McDonough Sheila Montgomery Shari Myers 74 into the Exciting World of Science Harold Oakley Denise Paxton Randy Paxton Pamela Portwood Deborah Reffitt Richard Rhodus Ruth Richardson David Rosenberger Kathy Rosenberger Barbara Ross Ronald Ross Virgil Sayers Gene Sizemore Dennis Starr Deidre Stubbs Jerry Tipton Keith VanWinkle Paula Wilson Robin Wilson Keith Young These four sixth graders study the steam engine which they have assembled. Their award for their work is their satis- faction on having completed a successful project. 75 -— Fifth Graders Learn About the Old Deborah Barrett Tina Berry Ted Bostick Rene Bothast Margaret Bowling Paul Bowling Rene Bowling Carolyn Bradley Stephanie Brown Dani Buttery Debbie Cason David Cloyd Jeannine Coffey Janice Conner Terry Conners Darlene Davidson Bonita Davis Diana Frazee Scott Haas Ricky Hannebaum Brenda Hawkins Phillip Hawkins Kathy Herron Delbert Hertel Darlene Hoelle Tana Johnston Jim Ketring Kimberly Kirkpatrick Barry Maddock Ramona Major 76 and New Worlds in Social Studies Classes Keith Masters Rebecca Means Jerry Mergenthal Slieila Miller Rodney Moore Margie Mullins David Murray Dawn Patterson Karla Paxton Susan Ridenour Billy Rosenberger Danny Ross Donald Ross Debra Roth Scott Savag Natalie Sawyers Brice Sayers Tom Schwegman Carla Seale Stuart Sipahigil Bryan Sizelove Sheila Sizemore Terry Starcher Rebecca Taylor Kathy Thobe Joel Welborn Susan Wiwi 77 Fourth Graders Become Annette Agnew Kay Baudendistle Johnny Begley Kim Blacker Joanita Bourne Billy Browning Penny Buttery Jerry Chapman Randy Conner Pam Davis Pam Denton Jimmy Dudley Betty Dunaway Tracy Ferris Edward Gentry Geri Giffen Monte Hackney Kevin Hammons Linda Henry Brian Hensley Larry Hensley Earl Jarvis Patricia Jolley Tina Martin Gary Mergenthal Diane Merz Terry Miller 78 More Advanced in New Math Mike Murray Denise Paxton David Renyer Darrell Roberts Dwanna Roberts Pam Robinson Cheryl Rosenberger Jacqueline Sawyers Robin Sayers Nora Sizemore Patty Sizemore Danny Smith Harold Smith Anna Snodderly Dale Stearns Elaine Stout Ann Taylor Johnny Welborn Kathy Wilson Penelope Wilson Group study can be an effective way of learning as these fourth graders can prove. Complex math problems be- come simple arithmetic when more than one person tries to solve them. This fourth grade class is under the di- rection of Mrs. Regina Carroll. 79 Art Classes Help Third Grade Vickie Bostick Phillip Bowling Virginia Bowling Tony Branham William Branham Edward Browning Steve Brier Darlene Burchfield Laverne Burchfield Scott Buttery Roland Campbell Debbie Chaney Jean Conner Keith Cornelius Susan Frazee John Gibbs Darrell Haas Jeff Hannebaum Brian Harvey Ricky Heintzelman Sandy Jolley Douglas Ketring Gail Kist Kevin Kuhn Ann Maddock Jay Martin Todd McCormack 80 Students Express Emotions Constructively Daniel McDonougli Stanley Miller Randy Parrett Marcia Paxton Terry Powell Tina Puckett Jay Pults Zeldia Reffitt Frances Richardson Frank Richardson Shari Roberts Mike Ross Terri Sayers Sibel Siphaigil Gary Smith Brian Taylor Jenny VanWinkle Jon Walton Sarah Wilson Brad Wiwi r t Third grade students eagerly await their day for art class. Mr. Paul Holmes guides the students in their learning of basic art concepts and allows the children to express their imaginati ons and feelings in their art projects. 81 Second Graders Explore ffi| : »(«R ' N?v. «t ' : ' ;. ' Johnny Agnew JoAnn Begley Tyrina Blomer James Bowling Debbie Browning Bobby Buttery Mike Campbell Jean Cason Michael Cason David Chapman Melinda Collier Phillip Conner Vicki Crawford Larry Frazee Michael Gentry Tim Gentry Greg Giffen Barry Harvey Jerry Hensley Beverly Hill Patricia Hill Michael Hoelle Susan Hofer Chantel Kendrick Phillip Ketring Russell Krammes Chris Maddock kMi 82 the World of Nature Barbara Mayiior Susan McCormack Sherry Mclntosli Marty Miller Debbie Norris Beverly Parrett Diana Paxton Louis Plants Regina Porter Michele Quante Kathy Rader Pamela Rader Charles Reffitt Randy Rhodus Jennifer Richardson Deborah Roberts Larry Robertson Jack Rosenberger Jeff Scale Lisa Stearns Eric Stelle Theresa Thobe Cathy Tipton Jimmy Welborn Barry Wilson 9 , " i N ; iwu-i Feeding the birds in winter is one as- pect of nature that these second grade students learned. 83 First Grade Students David Albertson Jimmy Barrett Aliyson Baudendistle Charles Biankensliip Letitia Bothast Lyle Bowling Susan Brier Mitchell Cain Demetra Collett Scott Collier Debbie Cook Valerie Crawford Darlene Creek David Croy Kathleen Davis Vicky Dunaway Richard Gibbs Stephanie Hannebaum John Hawkins Duane Hertel Carl Holt Scott Howard Kevin Johnston Brett Klein Julia Liming Bruce Mardis Jerry McClure Steve Murray Robbie Barrett 84 Concentrate on Reading Skills Greg Paxton Tommy Persinger Nancy Phillips Steven Raisch Steven Rhodus Brett Roberts Sandra Roberts James Ross Ricky Ross Michelle Sawyers Ricky Sayers Donnie Seale Debra Smith Eddy Smith Jamie Snow Clay Stotridge Kathy Turner Patricia Vires Ruth Wilson Kathy Young Here Mrs. Montgomery ' s first graders study the pronunciation of some simple words. This is just one step which is involved in their task of learn- ing to read. 85 Kindergarten Students Learn the Cathy Banks Cathy Beasley Keith Bowhng Andy Brown Marcia Bruns Michelle Cain Deborah Campbell Mary Jane Cason Charles Chaney Judy Chapman Troy Cloyd Zenas Collett James Conner Dorene Croy Ronald Dudley Mary Beth Dunaway Brenda Gentry Gene Giffen Robert Gregory Lori Grindle Susan Hawkins Kimberly Herron Mark Holt Kristi Howe Johnnie Johnston Teresa Jolley 86 Importance of Good Nutrition Dixie King Kenny Kist Lynette Leab Darla Leclclider Jeff McClure Ronnie Mcintosh Melinda Means Timotiiy Means David Mergenthal Linda Porter Gretchen Pults Patrick Rader Scott Richards Lisa Roberts Arthur Robinson Susan Schneider Julie Schwegman Teresa Smith Jill Welborn Jimmy Wilson ■J Union ' s kindergarten students listen closely as Mrs. York explains the nu- tritional values of food. Finding pic- tures of " good food " was part of the daily work for the children. 87 The Sounds of Advertisements Seale Motor Service Faye Widau, Owner Auto, Truck, and Tractor Repair Official inspection station for pass- enger, light commercial, heavy com- mercial and oversize Bath, Indiana Phone: 317-732-3409 Mechanics: Carl Seale Paul " Jack " Beesley DAY ' S DARI DELUX DRIVE-IN Route 27 Oxford, Ohio Has a Variety in Good Eating and Outdoor Fun. BOTHAST-BUTTERY LUMBER GO. New Homes and Remodeling Complete Building Materials Your " Lumber Number " 732-3733 West College Corner, Indiana 90 Hey Graduate! Feel like swinging to the end of that rainbow? Put a little soul in that pot of gold with the crisp taste of Coca-Cola. That top-o ' -the world, turned on feeling goes even better with Coke! . ' ITCFTKt c:c».ccL»c:«i BATH GRAIN CO. Wayne Feeds Bath, Indiana Phone: 317-732-3179 ROSENBERGER ' S MAIN MEAT MARKET, INC. 650 Main Street Brookville, Indiana 47012 Phone: 317-732-4651 REAL ESTATE BUSINESS FARMS CAMPBELL AUCTION HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT STOCK BOX 371 PHONE 732-3372 COLLEGE CORNER, 0. SERVICE 45003 17 W. UNION LIBERTY. IN. 47353 PHONE 458-6441 91 Compliments of BALL OF OXFORD FLOWER SHOP OXFORD, OHIO Ball of Oxford On The Square Bonded F.T.D. Member STEAKHOUSE Oxford, Ohio COLLEGE CORNER IMPLEMENT CO. Phone 523-5161 FOR Repairs, Sales, Service Eaton St. College Corner, Ohio Joseph Hartman, Owner Bob Dickhaus Jesse Cooper Larry Tharp Cecil Young Jerry Crawford Mary Buttery Loren McCreary Kathy Hartman ROY YOUNG ' S SHOES COLLEGE SHOP Headquarters for Formal Wear of Proms and Weddings Always happy to please their customers with the best in brand names and the latest in styles. 28 E. High St. Oxford, Ohio Phone: 523-5896 MARSHALL-SMITH FUNERAL HOME 101 W. Church St., Oxford, Ohio Larry and Clifton Smith, Directors Phone 523-4411 COLLEGE CORNER LAUNDRAMAT Liberty Street West College Corner, Indiana John R. Coulter, Owner 92 John McCreary Realtor College Corner Office Brookville Street Phone 732-3611 Oxford Office 100 South Campus Phone 523-4270 Coe Potter, Salesman Sted Witt, Salesman Folletts Miami Co-op Store Inc. Headquarters for New and Used Books — Complete Reference and paperback de- partment — All school supply needs — New and Used typewriters and adders. 121 E. High Oxford, Ohio Phone 523-4900 JIM ' S CAFE Beer and Wine College Corner, Ohio PAYTON ' S SHOE STORE Shoes and Shoe Repair ' Clothing for the Entire Family " Phone 732-3574 College Corner, Ohio When in Brookville stop at the DAIRY COTTAGE 1116 Main Street Freezer Fresh Ice-Cream, Milk- shakes, Malts, Sandwiches, and Drinks Gary and Shirley Shaw Suppiyi SCAGGSOILCO. Liberty, Indiana ng Gulf Oil to Union Phone 458-5181 Co unty 93 FARMER ' S STATE BANK College Corner, Ohio Phone 732-3184 Our 75th Year of serving the financial needs of Union School families and surrounding areas . . . founded in 1895. Visit our modern up-to-date bank . . . drive in window, plenty of free parking complete banking services to meet your every need. gfcijhMBll» » : " . fc- ' - --:-- ' i«,., fefe - ■ Ml li L m-a -..- 94 DON L. HARVEY SONS Bath, Indiana Route 2 Box 148 Brookville, Indiana Phone 732-3188 HAMPSHIRE HOGS SOUTH DOWN SHEEP Breeding stock available. Good meaty blood lines. Produced by award winning Dams Sires Ifacks gorne r S. •a (|{)ntfittrr6 fnr Hell iHrfssea iHfn and 33 omrn JACK SAMUELSON Union ' 45 " See our new shop at Hueston Woods " B L TRACTOR SUPPLIES Tractor supplies at the lowest prices. Also Ford Tractor Dealer 407 East 7th St. Brookville, Indiana Phone 647-5041 MAC ' S iJ i CS___JHAMByRQlRs Chestnut Street Oxford, Ohio Phone: 523-5607 95 PROESCHEL ' S DAIRY QUEEN Oxford, Ohio Shakes-Sundaes Daini Queen Sodas niePak BATH STATE BANK ■THE BANK BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD THAT IS ALWAYS A FRIEND TO MAN " PHONE 732-3534 BATH, INDIANA 96 I RAY ' S FARM EQUIPMENT SALES SERVICE Raymond R. Kaser, Prop. Phone 458-5744 RR. No. 2 Liberty, Indiana JARVIS SERVICE CENTER Brookville Street College Corner, Ohio Radio and Television Sales and Service Phone 732-3462 97 BURGER CHEF SUPER SHEF BIG SHE, IXJUBLECBURGER FISH SANDWIC H CHEESEBURGER HAMBUR ER FRENCH FRIES 118 East High Street Oxford, Ohio MAC A. 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MANUFACTURERS OF Armorize and Liberty Products Carter Industrial Finishies Phone 317-458-5157 Liberty, Indiana 47353 100 Compliments of ZWICK ' S STORE 35 W. High St. Oxford, Ohio Phone 523-4593 Witter Barber Service HOURS: MON, TUES, FRI. 8:00-6:00 THURS. 8:00-Noon WED, SAT. 8:00-9:00 For appointment dial 732-3333 BOB WITTER P. R. S. INSURANCE INC. 17 West Union Liberty, Ind. 458-5262 Farmers State Bk. Btd. College Corner 732-3424 Richard E. Ross Robert A. Ross James C. Scherer Paul W. Liming John D. Pults II HOFER ' S SUPERMARKET Complete line of produce, groceries, and fresh meats. " WE ALSO GIVE S H GREEN STAMPS " Park Place College Corner, Ohio 101 HERFF JONES Creative excellence in School Jewelry, Awards, Fine Papers, and Publishing 1411 North Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 Phone 831-2039 Compliments of GROVE VETERINARY CLINIC Dr. M. A. Mallo Dr. M. E. Hays Dr. J. L. Turner Ruby, Cecil, Tim Moore TYPOPRINT INC. 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Service College Corner, Ohio Bossert Toney Attorneys at Law Liberty, Indiana Phillips 27 5270 College Corner Road Oxford, Ohio Capitol Varsity Athletic Department Oxford, Ohio Dr. R. E. Headly Oxford, Ohio 105 A ' s Abernathy, Fred 70 Agnew, Annette 78 Agnew, Johnny 82 Agnew, Steve 68 Agnew, Virginia 74 Aibertson, David 84 Alcorn, Wanda 58 Anderson, Sue 74 Armstead, Debbie 8,64 Asiiworth, Riciiard 5,6,23,54 Bs Bake, Bridget 74 Bake, Bill 66 Baker, Bruce 58 Baker, Danny 34,70 Baker, Diane 74 Balser, Dennis 74 Baker, Elaine 72 Balser, Linda 4,64,65 Balser, Patty 34,70 Band 19 Banks, Cathy 86 Banks, Earlene 64 Banks, Virginia 66 Barrett, Deborah 76 Barrett, Gary 34,36,72 Barrett, James 84 Baseball 35 Basketball, Junior High 34 Basketball, Reserve 31 Basketball, Varsity 28,29,30 Baudendistle, AUyson 84 Baudendistel,Kay 78 Baylis 54 Beasley, Cathy 86 Beasley, Debbie 4,6,11,53,58 Begley, Jo Ann 82 Begley, Johnny 78 Berry, Janis 64 Berry, Tina 76 Blacker, Kim 78 Blacker, Tim 19,68 Blankenship, Charles 84 Booster Club 3,23 Booster Club Council 23 Bostick,Pat 72,73 Bostick,Ted 76 Bostick,TedSr. 57 Bostick, Victoria 80 Bostick, Vincent 74 Bothast,Catrina 74 Bothast,Deanna 20,68,69 Bothast,Letitia 84 Bothast,Mary 57 Bothast, Rene 76 Bourne, Blaine 35,68 Bourne, Janice 72 Bourne, Jerrolyn 23,66 Bourne, Joanita 78 Bowling, Cecil 66 Bowling, Duane 74 Bowling, Glenn 74 Bowling, Gwen 74 Bowling, James 82 Bowling, Keith 86 Bowling, Lester 72 Bowling, Lyle 84 Bowling, Margaret 76 Bowling, Paul 76 Bowling, Phillip 80 Bowling, Randy 70 Bowling, Renee 76 Bowling, Virginia 80 Bradley, Carolyn 76 Branham,Tony 80 Branham, William 80 Brattam,Jay 23,28,64 Brazil, Randy 74 Brier, Linda 74 Brier, Steven 80 Brier, Susan 84 Brookbank, Brian 10,21,24,25,28,35, 36,58 Brown, Andy 86 Brown, Stephanie 76 Browning, Billy 78 Browning, Debbie 82 Browning, Delbert 72 Browning, Edward 80 Browning, Jerald 74 Browning, Pam 66 Browning, Vickie 19,68 Bruns, Darrell 23,68 Bruns, Gerald 68 Bruns, Larry 58 Bruns, Lisa 74 Bruns, Marcia 86 Bryant, Joyce 58 Buehler, Bonnie 70 Buehler,Charmayne 8,64,65 Buehler, Judy 11,14,22,24,25,59 Buehler, Renee 72 Burchfield,Darlene 80 Burchfield, Laverne 80 Burchfield, Norma 74 Burchfield, Ricky 74 Buttery, Bobby 82 Buttery, Dana 76 Buttery, Pamela 74 Buttery, Penny 78 Buttery, Randy 19,70 Buttery, Scott 80 C ' s Cain, Thomas 84 Cain, Michelle 86 Campbell, Deborah 86 Campbell, Roland 80 Campbell, Mike 82 Carmichael, Bruce 57 Carroll, Regina 54 Cason, Cindy 72 Cason, Debbie 76 Cason, Jean 82 Cason, Mary 96 Cason, Michael 82 Chaney, Charles 86 Chancy, Deborah 80 Chaney, Doris 74 Chaney, Martha 8 Chaney, Raymond 68 Chapman, David 82 Chapman, Jerry 78 Chapman, Judy 86 Cheerleaders, Junior High 34 Cheerleaders, Reserve 33 Cheerleaders, Varsity 32,33 Chewning, Randy 47,68 Chorus 19 Cloyd, David 76 Cloyd,Troy 86 Coffey, Connie 21,22,24,50,66 Coffey, Jeannine 76 Coffey, Marilyn 70 Cole, Rachel 72 Cole, Robin 66 Collett,Demetra 84 Collett,Zenas 86 Collier, Scott 84 Collier, Melinda 82 Conner, Brenda 68 Conner, James 86 Conner, Janice 76 Conner, Jean 80 Conner, Judy 68 Conner, Phillip 82 Conner, Randy 78 Conner, Sandra 72 Conner, Terry 76 Cook, Clifford 5,31,35,49,54,73 Cook, Debbie 84 Cornelius, Glen 72 Cornelius, Janet 6,10,15,21,24,25,59 Cornelius, Keith 80 Cornelius, Larry 68 Cramer, Gary 66 Crane, Rick 23,34,70 Crawford, Valerie 84 Crawford, Vicki 82 Creek, Darlene 84 Cross Country 37 Croy, David 84 Croy.Dorene 86 Curry, Brenda 19,20,21,22,66,67 Ds Dare, Connie 8,22,64 Dare, Mike 19,70,71 Davidson, Darlene 76 Davis, Bob 19,18,34,70 Davis, Debbie 70 Davis, Kathleen 84 Davis, Pam 78 106 Decker, Martha 54 Denton, Pam 78 Denton, Randy 19,70 DeSoucy, Roger 54,57 Dicken.Ed 34,36,70 Dicken, Genevieve 5,54 Dicken, Pat 1 1 ,12,14,18-22,24,32,59 Dicken, Peg 20,22,33,68 Drayer, Charles 8,28,64 Dudley, David 34,72 Dudley, Diane 72 Dudley, James 78 Dudley. Ronald 86 Dunavvay, Betty 78 Dunaway, Cheryl 72 Dunaway, Debbie 74 Dunaway, Mary 86 Dunaway, Rick 70 Dunaway, Tom 68 Dunaway, Vicky 84 Dunbar, Nancy 19,72 F ' s Ferris, Cathy 20,59 Ferris, Mary Lou 54 Ferris, Tom 19,47,66,67 Ferris, Tracy 78 FHA 20 Fox, Ed 4,30,31.37,64,65 Fox, Kim 19,21,66 Frazee, Diana 76 Frazee, Jerry 6,13,19,24,26,28,29,30, 49,59 Frazee, Jim 34,70 Frazee, Larry 83 Frazee, Susan 80 FTA 21 G GAA 22 Gahris, Mary 54 Gentry, Brenda 86 Gentry, Ed 78 Gentry, Michael 82 Gentry, Peggy 74 Gentry, Tim 82 Gibbs,John 80 Gibbs, Richard 84 Giffen.Gene 86 Giffen,Geri 78 Giffen,Gina 18,20,68 Giffen,Greg 82 Coins, Bonita 70 Goodwin, Betty 5,52 Goodwin, Dale 74 Gragg, Carol 20 Gregory, Robert 86 Grindle, Lori 86 Galley, Stephanie 20,2168 Hs Haas,Darrell 80 Haas, Scott 76 Hacker, Anita 20,33,66,67 Hacker, Marty 72 Hackney, Monte 78 Hall, Dorothy 22,54 Hammons, Kevin 78 Hannebaum, Jeff 80 Hannebauni. Ricky 76 Hannebaum. Stephanie 84 Hartley, Phyllis 54 Hartman, Howard 52 Hartman,Tim 35,66 Harvey, Barry 82 Harvey, Brian 80 Harvey, Christine 7,33,68,69 Harvey, Darrell 28,64 Harvey, Theresa 18,34,72,73 Hawkins, Brenda 76 Hawkins, John 84 Hawkins, Linda 70 Hawkins, Phillip 76 Hawkins, Susan 86 Heintzelman, Philip 70 Heintzelman, Richard 80 Henry, Linda 78 Henry, Shara 22,68 Hensley,Bill 34,36,72 Hensley,Bob 19,21,64 Hensley, Brian 78 Hensley, Jerry 82 Hensley, Joyce 66 Hensley, Kathy 23,34 Hensley, Larry 78 Hensley, Teresa 22 Herald, James 34.70 Herron, Kathleen 76 Herron, Kimberly 86 Hertel. Darrell 47,66 Hertel.Delbert 76 Hertel, Duane 84 Hiles, Brick 34,36,72 Hill, Beverly 82 Hill, Carolyn 72 Hill, Dave 8,36,37,64 Hill, Patricia 82 Hinkle, Lowell 54 Hodge, Larry 6,18,28,36,37 Hodge, Wanda 55 Hoelle, Darlene 76 Hoelle, Michael 82 Hoelle. Ronald 36,72 Hoelle, Warren 52 Hofer, Susan 82 Holl, Eleanor 21,46,55 Holmes, Paul 55,69 Holt, Carl 84 Holt, Linda 74 Holt, Mark 86 Hooven. Bethel 55 Hornung, Pam 12,13,14,20,24,32,59 Howe,Kristi 86 Huffman, Jacob 24,25,55 Hurst, Linda 19 Is Irwin, Marilee 8,64 J ' s Jarvis, Earl 78 Jellison, Kathleen 55,73 Jewell, Betty 24,68 Johnston, David 23,34,36,72 Johnston, Jonnie 86 Johnston, Kevin 84 Johnston, Mike 11,28,60 Johnston, Tana 76 Jolley.Gail 74 Jolley, Patricia 78 Jolley, Sandra 80 Jolley, Teresa 86 Jowdy, Elizabeth 74 Ks Kendricks.Chantel 82 Ketring, David 72 Ketring, Doug 80 Ketring, James 76 Ketring, Phillip 82 King, Anita 20,65 King, Dixie 87 Kirkpatrick, Cindy 5,11.19-25.60 Kirkpatrick. Kim 76 Kirkpatrick, Randy 28,29,66,67 Kist, David 34.36.70 Kist, Diana 70 Kist. Gail 80 Kist. Jim 31,35,36,37,66 Kist. Kenneth 87 Kist. Patrick 74 Klein, Brett 84 KHne,Jack 19,36,70 Kline, Jill 20,21,22,68 Kline, Linda 72 Kneisel, Eleanor 55 Kuhn, Kevin 80 Kuhn, Steve 7,1 1 .24,25.28,29,30.35. 36.37.60 L ' s Lackey, Donald 66 Lake, Norman 52 Leab, Lynette 87 Lecklider, Daria 87 Liming, Julie 84 Longnecker, John 55,71 Lowe, Barr 64 Lowe, Billy 74 107 M ' Maddock,Ann 80 Maddock, Barry 76 Maddock, Chris 82 Maddock, Rick 35,68 Maddock, Steve 8,64 " Made in U.S.A. " 3 Major, Ramona 78 Mallo, Melissa 8,18,20,33,64 Major, Jennifer 20,66 Marcum,Joe 18,19,31,35.36.37,68 Mardis, Bruce 84 Martin, Ivan 52 Martin, Jay 80 Martin, Tina 78 Martino, Karen 55,73 Masters, Dean 70 Masters, Keith 77 Matix, Audrey 57 May, Arthur 52 Maynor, Barbara 83 Means, Melinda 87 Means, Rebecca 77 Means, Timothy 87 Mergenthal, David 87 Mergenthal, Gary 78 Mergenthal, Jerry 77 Merz, Diane 78 Merz, Steve 72 Merz, Susan 46,64 Merz, Valerie 12,22,69 Mikesell, Donald 6,36,56 Miller, Connie 70 Miller, Lamont 83 Miller, Pam 4,8,20,21,25,53,64 Miller, Sheila 77 Miller, Stanley 81 Miller, Terry 78 Montgomery, Carolyn 5,1 1,20,22,24, 60 Montgomery, Flora 56 Montgomery, Kathy 24,66 Montgomery, Robert 19,34,36,73 Montgomery, Sheila 74 Moore, Cecil 57 Moore, Tim 18,70 Moore, Rodney 77 Mullins, LuAnn 69 Mullins, Margie 77 Murray, Charlsc 52 Murray, David 77 Murray, Mike 79 Murray, Steve 84 Myers, Jeff 70 Myers, Shari 74 Mc ' s McClellan,Jon 31,35,68,69 McClure,Jeff 87 McClure, Jerry 84 McClure,Mary 8,55,65 McClure, Verla 55 McCormack, Susan 83 McCormack,Todd 80 McCreary, Joan 56 McCreary,John 19,31,35,36,37,68 McCreary, Suzanne 6,1 1 ,1 8-21 ,24,25, 60 McDill, Ellis 52 McDonough, Becky 72 McDonough, Daniel 81 McDonough, Kelly 18,34,36,72 McDonough, Mick 8,28,64,65 McDonough, Pamela 74 McDonough, Pauline 52 McDonough, Shannon 20,22,68,69 Mcintosh, Dennis 68 Mcintosh, Ronnie 87 Mcintosh, Sandra 5,8,20,33,64,65 Mcintosh, Sherry 83 Mcintosh, Wilma 57 McLaughlin, Sharon 20,33,66 National Honor Society 6 Nixon, Carlis 57 Nixon, Linda 19,20,22,69 Norris, Debbie 83 O Oakley, Harold 75 Ohianian Staff 25 Office Girls 53 Otto, Jay 19,34,73 Otto, Joe 19,30,31,37,69 Ps Parks, Gene 52 Parman, Lois 56 Parrett, Beverly 83 Parrett, Randall 81 Parratt, Robert 84 Parsons, Joseph 5,50,56,71 Patterson, Dawn 77 Paxton,Bob 31,71 Paxton, Charles 19.34,36,73 Paxton, Denise 79 Paxton, Denise 75 Paxton, Diana 83 Paxton, Gregory 85 Paxton, Karla 77 Paxton, Marcia 81 Paxton, Randy 75 Paxton, Robert 71 Payton,Rick 8,28,35,64 Perry, Roger 19,31,35,69 Persinger, Dean 73 Persinger, Greg 66 Persinger, John 71 Persinger, Sally 21,60 Persinger, Tommy 85 Phillips, Nancy 85 Phillips, Rondy 64 Plants, Louis 83 Plemons, Euleas 57 Porter, Linda 87 Porter, Regina 83 Porter, Valerie 22,64 Portwood, Pamela 75 Powell, Joanna 23,71 Powell, Terry 81 Price, Don 57 Puckett,Tom 66 Pucketl, Valentina 81 Pults.Gretchen 87 Pults.Jay 81 Q ' s Quantc, Michael R Rader,Carl 19,28,61 Rader, Kathleen 83 Rader,Mitchen 73 Rader, Pamela 83 Rader. Patrick 87 Raisch, Richard 85 Raisch, Vickie 43,73 Rayer, William 5,11,19,34,56,69 Reffitt, Charles 83 Reffitt, Deborah 75 Renyer, David 79 Renyer, Donald 73 Renyer, Lisa 69 Renyer, Rhonda 18,21,66 Revelee, Kenneth 36 Rhodus, Randy 83 Rhodus, Richard 75 Rhodus, Steven 85 Richards, Scott 87 Richardson, Frances 81 Richardson, Frank 81 Richardson, Jennifer 83 Richardson, Ruth 75 Richardson, Theresa 34,73 Ridenour, David 73 Ridenour, John 71 Ridenour, Mary 64 Ridenour, Susan 77 Roberts, Brett 85 Roberts, Deborah 83 Roberts, Darrell 79 Roberts, Debbie 73 Roberts, Dwanna 79 Roberts, Lisa 87 Roberts, Maria 71 Roberts, Mickey 11,21,24,36,61 Roberts, Richard 18,21,24,66 Roberts, Sandra 85 Roberts, Shari 81 Roberts, Thelnia 57 Robins, Debbie 9 Robinson, Arthur 87 108 Robinson, Larry 83 Robinson, Pani 79 Rosenberger, Becky 20,21 ,24,66 Rosenberger, Cheryl 79 Rosenberger, Chris 71 Rosenberger, David 75 Rosenberger, Donna 7,1 1 ,20,21 ,24, 25,61 Rosenberger, Greg 64 Rosenberger, Jack 83 Rosenberger, Kathy 75 Rosenberger, Kay 19,20,22,23,33,69 Riiscnberger, William 77 Ross, Barbara 75 Ross, Daniel 77 Ross, Donald 77 Ross, James 85 Ross, Michael 81 Ross, Ricky 85 Ross, Ronald 75 Roth,Debra 77 Roth.Marlene 71 Roth, Marvin 71 Rupp, Esther 56,67,8 S ' s Savage, Debbie 73 Savage, Scott 77 Sawyers, Jackie 79 Sawyers, Michelle 85 Sawyers, Natalie 77 Sayers, Brice 77 Saye rs, Doris 66 Sayers, Ricky 85 Sayers, Robin 79 Sayers, Terri 81 Sayers, Virgil 75 Sayres, Jerry 67 Schneider, Susan 87 Schwegman, Julie 87 Schwegman 46,67 Schwegman, Tom 77 Schwegman, Vickie 12,21,22,24,53, 61 Seale,Carla 77 Seale,Donnie 82 Scale, Jeffrey 83 Sexton, Luther 57 Sipahigil, Stuart 77 Sipahigil, Sibel 81 Sizelove, Bryan 77 Sizelove, Diana 2 1 ,69 Sizelove, Barbara 64 Sizemore, Bill 69 Sizemore, Bill R. 67 Sizemore, Gene 75 Sizemore, Lena 69 Sizemore, Leslie 34,73 Sizemore, Lonnie 73 Sizemore, Louise 73 Sizemore, Nora 79 Sizemore, Patty 79 Sizemore, Sheila 77 Smalley,Mike 11,23,61 Smith, Danny 79 Smith, Dean 79 Smith, Debra 85 Smith, Gary 81 Snuth,Guy 7,52 Smith, Kathy I 1,12,13,19,20,22,24, 25,61 Smith, P.A. 52 Smith, Ruddell 71 Smith, Stuart 85 Smith, Teresa 87 Snodderly, Anna 79 Snodderly,Bill 71 Snow, Jamie 85 Soward, Steve 67 Starcher, Terry 77 Starr, Dennis 75 Starr, Nancy 10,11,13,20,62 Stateline Student Staff 24 Stearns, Dale 79 Stearns, David 73 Stearns, Joyce 19,20,22-25,65 Stearns, Lisa 83 Stelle,Brenda 8,20,24,25,65 Stelle,Eric 83 Stelle,Mark 69 Stelle, Wanda 19,71 Stenger, Ernie 73 Stephen, Robert 65 Stevens, Dale 52 Stevens, Melanie 19,53,69 Stewart, Emma 56 Stotridge,Clay 85 Stout, Doug 36,38,69 Stout, Elaine 79 Stout, Janet 71 Stubbs, Deirdre 75 Stubbs, Gerald 34,73 Student Council 18 Stumbo, Donnie 53,65 Sutton, Thom 8,65 Swafford, Mary 16,22,62 T s Taylor, Ada 6,15,18,19,20,21,32.62 Taylor, Ann 79 Taylor, Brian 81 Taylor, Rebecca 77 Thobe, Colette 6,20,24,62 Thobe, Kathy 77 Thobe, Theresa 83 Thompson, Sue 7,47,56 Tipton, Cathy 83 Tipton, Jerry 75 Todd, Alex 31,67 Todd, Mike 34,73 Toney, James 73 Toney, Steve 12,67 Track 36 Trcadway, Don 52 Turner, Kathy 85 VanWinklcBiU 73 VanWinklcDean 23,67 VanWm kle, Gary 65 VanWinkle,Greg 69 VanWinkle, Jenny 81 VanWinkle, Keith 75 Vereker, Peggy 6,9,1 1,21,22,24,25,62 Vires, Patricia 85 W ' s Walton, Jon 81 Warner, Ralph 71 Warner, Sue 67 Webb, Dane 28,35,62 Weidenbach,Gary 11,12,63 Welborn,Jill 87 Welborn, Jimmy 83 Welborn,Joel 77 Welborn, Johnny 79 Widau 21,53,67 Wiggins, John 57 Wiggins, Joyce 71 Wilson, Barry 83 Wilson, James 87 Wilson, Kathy 79 Wilson, Paula 75 Wilson, Penny 79 Wilson, Robin 75 Wilson, Ruth 85 Wilson, Sarah 81 Witter, Dannie 10,28,36,63 Witter, Diane 24,25,63 Witter, Jan 19,69 Witter, Wayne 57 Wiwi, Bradley 81 Wiwi, Susan 77 Woodruff, Becky 1 1 ,21,22,24,25,49, 53,63 Woodruff, Karen 53 Woodward, Thomas 56 Y ' s Young, Ann 56 Young, Bev 67 Young, Kathy 85 Young, Keith 75 The 1970 Ohianian Staff would like to thank Bud Jeft ' cr and Larr - Kncple of Pogue ' s Studios at Cincinnati tor taking all of the group, activity, and senior pictures for the yearbook. 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