Unioto High School - Uniotoan Yearbook (Chillicothe, OH)
- Class of 1977
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UNIOT0 HIGH SCHUOL
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VOL uME 40
TABLE OF CDNTENTS
ACADEMICS AND CLUBS
SPORTS ............... 80
Together in sports, academics, clubs, and life. But apart,
as we all are individuals, each capable of excelling in his
own area. ' .
Togetherness has been the spirit some of us have felt for
the past twelve years. Whether it's been a unified effort to
pass a school levy, or a senior trip to Old Man's Cave, we've
done it together, and benefited from our experience. There's
no feeling more fulfilling than that of belonging. . . . Unless,
it is personal achievement. Everyone is unique, possessing a
talent, ability, or personality separating him from everyone
else. Not everyone can kick a football, sing in tune, or pass
Chemistry, each person reaches a different plateau, thus sep-
arating him from a group, yet still making him important.
And now, we've completed our
twelve years of learning -
together. Apart, some have learned
more and different things than oth-
ers. But now, our togetherness bond
is physically broken, and we leave
the halls of Unioto to utilize the
knowledge and experiences we
Apart? Yes. But the memories we
have shared will keep us together
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Together. . .we
made it through one of
the worst winters in history.
d the excitement of
a victorious homecoming.
assembled as a class
for the last time
or wondered how it
was going to feel wl
your class was the "seniors,"
contributed to a nice prom either
financially weeks before or
physically the night before.
combined our talents to perform
"Flowers for Algernon" in
front of a full house . . .
ready or not.
put together an assembly at
the last minute or suffered
through those we had to watch
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3 x s
who we thought would
make the best President, Ford
or Carter, although most of
us couldn't actually vote.
had a favorite parking space
whether by a friend's car,
reverse in back row, or
at the school's nearest
spent hours helping the
class build a winning
homecoming float or
just waited for the
"big night" to see what
went sleigh riding, loafecl,
slept or whatever we were
able to do during the long
decided whether to continue
our education, get a iob,
or none ofthe above.
would be or who
we wanted to be
our prom date.
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Student Life 5
Below- Algebra class seems like the more appropriate time for Eddie Elliot to catch some
ZZZ's than to watch Mrs. Mackley do proofs.
"DO YOU FEEL . . . LIKE l DO?" Sound
familiar? lt should, because this favorite
Frampton tune was at some time being
played on almost every radio, record and
tape player. Peter Frampton became popular
with this hit song in which you could actually
hear a guitar sing.
Through his music and others, people can
communicate and express themselves by
dancing, singing the words, or even listening
with the volume turned up full blast. Most
likely hearing a favorite song is relaxing,
especially after a long day at school.
School and life itself would be dull seeing
the same expression on the same face, so
there are several ways of showing emotion.
But whether the feeling is hunger, anger, hap-
piness or sadness - each is unique.
Above - At lunch Jeanne Chapman lends a good ear to all the
Center - Concentration is the name of the game when Ted Hill
Right-Chris Baker gives us his 'sweet and innocent' look.
6 l Feelings
"DO YOU FEEL . . .
LIKE I DO?"
Kim Graves have in common.
Below Left - One of the cooks, Mrs. Carolyn
Johnson, chows down on another favorite cafsie
Above - Kit Whiiaker wanis to be
recognized as more than iusf a siu-
deni sihing in a classroom.
Left -- ls Mr. Marsh really camera
shy or has he been caught in another
A Feelings I 7
THE NIGHT B LONGS T0 US
An excited feeling of anticipation in
the crisp, cool autumn evening pro-
vided the perfect atmosphere for
Homecoming 1976. "Show Me The
Way" was selected as the theme for
the special occasion. Jackie Rahe, a
senior, was crowned Miss Unioto by
last year's homecoming queen Cara
Park. Kim Jadwin and Chris Fellenstein
served as Jackie's senior attendants,
Angie Neff and Lynne Spires were cho-
sen iunior attendants. Sophomore prin-
cess was Bonnie Ramey, and freshman
princess was Becky Howell.
The Sophomore float, depicting steps
leading upward to victory, was
awarded first place in the float iudging
contest. The pregame activities left the
court in ioyful tears, the sophomores
exhilarated, and the fans in the rowdi-
est mood ever.
The football players, all fifty-four of
them, made a grand entrance through
the longest "people tunnel" of the sea-
son, and helium balloons floated sky-
ward from the big sign they ran
through. Then came the kick-off.
Momentum, spirit, determination, and
Coach Shoemaker led the team to a
tremendous victory over Southeastern
by a 35-0 score.
The enchanted evening did not end
with the fourth quarter. Many couples
changed clothes and met in the Com-
mons after the game to dance to the
sounds of "Crosswinds." A two-week
old Student 'Council hectically, but effi-
ciently, organized and sponsored
Homecoming night - a night which
will be a cherished memory in the minds
of seniors, court members, football
players, and fans for a long, longtime.
The Homecoming queen is Jackie Rahe. Jackie
then went on to compete in the Miss Ross County
contest and was second runner-up.
The sophomore float, which combined the con-
cepts of victory and passage of the school levy,
won first place in the float iudging contest.
8 I Homecoming
Kirn'Jodwin and Kevin Davis share c laugh as
they .Walk across the field during pre-game activi-
Junior Attendant Angie Neff.
Senior Chris Fellenstein is escorted across the
field by Randy Rhinehart.
Homecoming I 9
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Junior Float. , -
Freshman princess Becky Howell rides around the
field in front of lhe crowd.
Junior Lynne Spires is escorted by Monty Elom.
Last year's queen Cara Park hugs Jackie Rahe
after crowning her.
Everyone boogies to the music af "Crosswinds"
at the dance which was held after the football
SHOW ME THE WAY
Sophomore Princess Bonnie Ramey.
Homecoming I I I
VIM. VIGOR AND VICKQ
Summer practices started things off
for the cheerleaders as they began pre-
paring for camp and the upcoming
In August, all the cheerleaders, iun-
ior high through varsity, attended a
Golden Eagle Cheerleading Camp held
at Wittenburg. During the week the
cheerleaders were awarded ribbons for
their outstanding achievements.
After returning from camp, the cheer-
leaders made preparations for the
annual bonfire. Because of bad
weather,. it was held in the gym, making
J ifthe first indoor rally ever.
New uniforms added to the color
and excitement of the football season.
The girls purchased the uniforms with
money from a bake sale, concessions,
and a donation from the football team.
RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Front Row Pam
Shanton, Jeanne Chapman Crystal Tntler Back
Row - Cheryl Lovensheimer Peg Scholl Jana
Susan Kozar and Kathy Baker anxiously await
the outcome of the free throw
The Cheerleaders look on as the Bearcats of Paint
Valley add two more.
12 I Cheerleaders
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Lynne Spires, Kate Stewart Chris Fellenstei S K
, n, usan ozar, Kathy Baker,
FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS: Bottom Row.-
Laura Hummel, Lynda Good, Cindy McCoy. Top
Row- Helen Stewart, Brenda Loel, Terri'Turner.
"R-O-W-D-I-E" shout the reserve cheerleaders as
the crowd "Gets Rowdy."
As the season progressed, pep ral-
lies were held to boost the school spirit.
One of the favorites of the student
body was the "Hoe-Down" rally. The
Get Rowdy Kozoo Band added to the
enthusiasm of the students as they pro-
vided special sound effects.
Many activities took place during the
season. Among these were: football
favors, house decoratings, and posters.
In the short break between football
and basketball seasons, the reserve
and varsity cheerleaders went to a
competition held at Lucasville Valley
High School. Both squads received sec-
ond place trophies.
Cold weather delayed basketball
season and when play resumed, the
make-up schedule included seven away
games in nine days. Despite the turmoil
and demanding schedule, the cheer-
leaders managed to keep the school
spirit going by decorating the primary
building and players' houses.
The cheerleading season came to an
end as the girls conducted o clinic for
students trying out for next year's
Cheerleaders I I 3
SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Top -
Christy Uhrig, Tommie Ramey. Bottom - Sonya
Elam, Carrie Cottrili, Sheri Oliver, Amy Young.
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WORDS SPOKEN IN ACTION
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Varsity cheerleader Kate Stewart shows the sixth
graders how it's done at the clinic which was held
EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Top to Bottom
- Diane Cydrus, Tracy Manson, Angie Smith,
Tocy Good, Diana Ramsey, Janie Osborne.
The varsity cheerleaders watch the action on the
court during a tournament game against Adena.
Cheers, chants, and stunts filled the gym as the
girls prepared for tryouts.
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The reserve and varsity cheerleaders wish
Athletic Director Mr. Uhrig a happy birth-
day as they sing the traditional birthday
song during o basketball half time.
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Center Left- Mako-up is o big port of c production. However, when a character like Mrs. Feld-
man lBrenda Balll tries to age her brown hair with spray-on shellac, the cost must toke time to
remove her almost permanent hairstyle.
I6 I Play
Top - Dr. Strauss lKelly Hilll examines Charlie
lBob Atwoodj while Professor Nemur lShawn
Smithl and Burt Seldon Uim Strausbaughl note
Above - Alice lKate Stewartj and Charlie
embrace in New York.
FLOW R9 FOR ALG RNON
The Drama Club Production, "Flowers
for Algernon" was a moving story about
Charlie Gordon, a mentally retarded man,
and his struggle to become smart. Mr. Bill
Marsh, assisted by student director Dona
Pelletier, and the cast, touched the audi-
ence with the highly emotional, heart-
Left- Teacher Alice Kinnian discusses progress and
learning with Charlie, trying hard not to show her true
feelings for him.
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Above - lighting is always an important factor in any production. But when you
have no curtains, certain lighting techniques are required for that special affect.
Above - Charlie hurries to complete the Algernon-Gordon
i affect, his thesis and study of the experiment, before he
Right - Burt tries to explain the opera-
tion and tests to a happy-go-lucky Char-
lie. On the table is Algernon's maze.
Below - Little Charlie is reprimanded
when he tries to comfort his crying baby
18 I Play
Above - After coaxing Charlie to dance with Ellen llindo Osbornel, Frank lDon Carnesl
pulls another sick ioke by tripping Charlie.
Left- Mrs. Harold Nemur iBambi Fettersl entertains the elite society at her cocktail party.
Bob Atwood, who played the lead role of Charlie Gor-
don, was chosen as a human guinea pig for a unique, scien-
tific experiment designed to increase learning capacity.
Despite the success of the operation, Charlie found it diffi-
cult to cope emotionally with the world, and related best to
Algernon, a small white mouse who had undergone the
same operation. The brilliant masterminds behind the
research were Professor Harold Nemur and Dr. Jay Strauss
portrayed by Shawn Smith and Kelly Hill, respectively. Lab
assistant Burt Seldon played by Jim Strausbaugh, was a
true friend to Charlie during his troubled times.
Memories of his childhood haunted the affection Charlie
had for his teacher, Alice Kinnian, characterized by female
lead Kate Stewart. While dreams of punishment, reiection,
and shame disturbed Charlie's sleep, visions of his former
self disrupted the quiet, tender moments he and Alice
shared. The dream sequences featured: Becky Barrow as
Mother, first disbelieving of Charlie's problem, then resent-
ful and hateful of his condition. Jeff Dawson as Father,
realizing the problem but confused as to what action should
be taken. Patty Arledge as Norma, Charlie's snobbish little
sister. Charlie's teenage counterpart was Rocky Pelfry.
Tension mounted within Charlie until he finally left with
Algernon and went to New York. By this time, Charlie was
a genius, more intelligent than the doctors who had helped
him become as smart as he had. But Charlie researched and
studied the experiment and found a flaw, and realized that
his new-found intelligence had little time left. Charlie's mind
slowly deteriorated, leaving him virtually hopeless and
helpless. Algernon's mind also wasted away, eventually,
the little mouse died, leaving behind a heartbroken Charlie.
At the close of the play, Charlie had regressed to his former
self. He visited Algernon's grave to pay his last respects
before he left to be institutionalized for the rest of his life.
The cast had fun with improvisions in practice, such as
killing cockroaches at an elite cocktail party, signaling Rus-
sia to come in, cries of 'Don't beat me Margaret, don't beat
mel' and 'Oh my God, they've killed them all.' However,
when the spotlight focused on Dr. Strauss' office, Act I,
Scene I on Thursday, April 21, 1977, the cast of "Flowers
for Algernon" changed from clowns to actors and told one
of the most moving stories of society, simplicity, and
Left - Frank, portrayed by Don Carnes, is a prankster at the bakery where
Charlie works. Frank is at it again, planning to make a fool out of an innocent
Above - Little sister Norma lPatty Arledgel throws another resentful tantrum.
Father tries to ignore the situation, while Mother lBecky Barrowl understands the
child's hatred. The subiect of the disruptance, teen-age Charlie lRocky Pelfryl
Below - Sharing the evening's excitement are Peg
Scholl, Don Shaw, Kim Graves, and Scott Radcliff.
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EV RY MOMENT
The date May 21, had been set for the Junior-Senior Prom. Little did
the iuniors know how much work and preparation they had ahead of
them. Magazines were sold and o volleyball tournament was held to
With a box full of rainbow colored crepe paper, piles of cardboard
stars, and rolls of mylar, the iuniors began getting a vague idea of how
they were going to transform the gym into a "world of color."
The week before prom came and the traditional last minute rush
began. The fountain was found and after a frantic trip to Columbus, a
mirror ball was obtained. The arrival of the prom booklets the day before
the dance brought a tremendous sigh of relief.
The decorating began on Friday after school. At 2:30 it seemed like
too much to be done, but by 7:30 it began to take shape. At 12:30 the
crepe paper and stars were draped across the ceiling, the lights were set
up, the fountain was together, and the tables were ready. Finishing
touches were added Saturday morning.
Above - Anne Smith and Jeff Karshner listen to the band
and watch other couples dance in the reflection ofthe mirror
20 ! Prom
At 8:00 the doors opened and within the next half hour the musiciof
"Pure Pleasure" filled the colorful dance room. The rainbow and clouds
behind the fountains caught the attention of many as they entered through
For Jackie Rahe and Scott Daily the warm May evening was extra special
as their names were announced as prom King and Queen.
At midnight the dance was over, but the night had just begun. After-prom
was held at Shawnee Bowling Lanes until 3:30 A.M. For some it was on to
Lynn Blevins' house for a swim, for others it was breakfast at Jacinta Marks'
house, and those who couldn't last the entire night went home.
That special evening had to end, but the special memories will always be
there to "Color Our World" forever.
Top Left- Prom King Scott Daily and Queen Jackie Rahe.
Above - Sounds of soft rock and disco were played by the band "Pure Pleasure
Prom I 21
In her Valedictory address, Jacinta Marks
reminds the graduates that they are no longer in
the "shadows" of Unioto.
"Well we finally made it . . .," states Lynn Blev-
ins in her solutatory address.
9 NIURS LOOK AHEAD BUT. . .
After being in the "shadows" of
Unioto for over twelve long years, it
was time to say goodbye. One hundred
and eighteen seniors, as well as friends,
relatives, and teachers, gathered in the
gym to witness the graduation of the
Class of "77."
Awards were presented to various
members of the class. Becky Barrow
received the Elizabeth Fox Award and
the Alumni Scholarship went to Mark
Ray. Craig Willis was honored for his
perfect attendance during his entire
Salutatory and valedictory speeches
were given by Lynn Blevins and Jacinta
The highlight of the entire program
came when each senior walked across
the stage to receive his diploma, rose,
and a handshake.
Their lives in the shadows of Unioto
came to an end, and as the graduating
class marched from the gym one could
see looks of hope, fear, and anticipa-
tion on their faces as they realized that
one part of their lives was over and
another was just beginning.
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Together . . . we are Unioto High,
the students, faculty, and administra-
tion. Six hours a day, five days a week,
we live in the same environment, eating
the same lunchroom meals, walking the
same halls, and following the same
time schedule. We know who we are,
we relate to the mention of the word
"Shermans," the colors purple and
gold, and the playing ofthe fight song.
Together we support our school levy
and survive the inconvenience of winter
split-sessions in the elementary.
Together. . .we are Unioto High.
Apart. . . we are individuals. Eoch person
has his own identity. While people may be
similar, no two are exactly alike. Everyone is
free to do his own thing ond is not required to
live up to anyone's expectations, except his
own. lndividucility makes each person impor-
tant. Apart. . .we are individuals.
"With the ropes ofthe past, we ring the bells ofthe
CLASS OFFICERS CLASS COLORS
Dusty Rose and lvory
President Chris Fellenstein
Vice President Annette Stauffer CLASS FLOWERS
Secretary Kafe Stewart Dusty Rose and Baby's Breath
Treasurer Jackie Rahe
David Edward Allemcnn
Bcrt Lee Allensworth
Bradley Clark Baker
Michael Paul Barnett
Steven Ray Barr
Becky Lynn Borrow
Kimberly Jo Bennett
Lynn Michelle Blevins
Anita Kay Bowdle Beihel
Mary Jo Bowdle
James R, Butler
Don Edwin Carnes, Jr.
Michael David Conkel
Ellen Jane Cook
Penny Calherine Cox
Nancy Sue Crider
James Phillip Cunningham
S'Lena Ann Dailey
Scoff Shay Daily
Dwain Franklin Davis
Seniors f' 29
Julio Lee Davis
Kevin Ken Davis
Jeffrey Wayne Dawson
enneih Michael Dennewilz
Randall Lee Detillion
Monty Carter Elem
Chris Ann Fellenslein
Deborah Marie Flonnery
Jerry Robert Gcillougher
Aiilh Kurnor Gungcdharcppo
Byron Paul Gearharl
Lisa .lo Hardman
Bradford S. Hoskins
Shannon Marie Haskins
Kennelh Bruce Hawkins
Julie Diane Hines
Kalhryn Louise Horfon
Beth Ann Hummel
Jeffrey Alon Hummel
Anthony W. Irvin
Kimberly Anne Jadwin
Jeffrey Allen Jones
David Lee Junk
Jeffrey Deon Kurshner
Lynn Kay Kelly
Hal Bruce Kerns
Susan Beth Kozar
Lisc Ann Kuischboch
With o pencil in her hond, Potty Page catches ci
few z's in Senior Applied Mcrh.
Cynthia Ann Lovensheimer
Brion Keith McKee
Aaron Lone McLean
David Wayne McWhorter
Jacinto Sue Marks
Robert Andrew Matson
Brion Keith Moy
Janet Elaine May
Elaine Ann Merriman
Denise Michele Miller
Robert Eugene Miller
Steven Gene Miner
Chris Alan Morgan
Michael Craig Morgan
Tony J. Motter
Niles Perry Neff
Deborah Sue Nimmo
William Jeffrey Oakes
Mr, Mace, aided by Don Shaw and Shawn
Smith, dumps a protesting and struggling
Susan Kozar into a trash can.
Kathy Lynn Oyer
Patricia Robin Page
Michael J. Palumbo
Brenda Lee Perdew
Dauglas E. Posey
Cheryl Ann Presron
Nancy Jane Radcliff
Jocquelin Ann Rahe
Vickie Sue Ramey
Mark Alan Ray
Catherine Faith Rebman
Randal Howard Rhineharl
Pamela Jayne Rinehart
Donald E, Robertson
Bret J, Roseboorn
Barbara Ann Scholl
Deanna Sue Schoolcrafl
Donald Eugene Shaw
David Anlhony Skaggs
Larry J. Southers, Jr.
Annelle Eileen Srauffer
Kate Ann Sfewar
Terri Lee Tru:
Anita Jo Tuneburg
Constance Marlene Woodfork
Lori Jean Young
SENIORS NOT PIC TUREDI
Michael Scot! Baker
Thomas John Coy
Catherine Evans Dennis
Brenda Jane Eyre
Timothy Edward Fairbanks
Kris Susan Garrison
Tamara Kay Jordon
Spencer Alan Keaton
William E. Keaton
Byron Keith Lamb
Jeanilo Elliott Miller
James E, Page
Nettie Marie Stanley
Stephen Alan Uhrig
Jeanna Marie Van Tuyle
Lee Adele Watters
Debra Lee Wheeler
Craig Alon Willis
Catherine Susanne Witherell
Seniors f 3
Class Officers Co-President -- Shown Smith Secretary
Loney Hawkins, Treasurer - David Rmkhff Co Presi
dent Bob Atwood
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Jenny Oakes Q
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Freshmen I 45
46 I Freshmen
K Scart Eblin
Susan Echardy .
H Party Evans
Dee Dee King
Class Of6cers: Treasurer -- Sandy Counfs, Secretary --
Lynda Good, President - Ki! Whitaker, Vice-Presidenl -
J. D. LeMasler
Tammy Mead A
Tommy Oliver L
Brenda Page -
Lee Pitcox -
Freshmen I 47
48 ! Freshmen
Jackie Von Tuyle
Tom Dixon X
50 I Eighth Grade
Class Officers: President - Tammy Penis-
ten, Secretary - Angie Smith, Treasurer
- Diana Ramsey, Vice-President -
Eighth Grade X 51
52 I Eighth Grade
Dee Ann Wise
Rae Anna Knisley
Mary Jane Sands
Seventh Grade I 55
DAVID EDWARD ALLEMANN - Hi-Lites Staff 3, JCL l,
2, 3, Basketball I, 2.
BART LEE ALLENSWORTH - FFA 2, 3, 4, Assistant Sec-
retary 3, Spanish Club I, 2.
BRADLEY CLARK BAKER - Track I, 2, Lettered 'l, 2, Bas-
ketball T, 2, 3.
MICHAEL SCOTT BAKER
MICHAEL PAUL BARNETT - Football I, Golf I, 2, 3, 4,
Lettered l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3.
STEVEN RAY BARR - FFA 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3,
4, Basketball 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, VICA, Vocational Center
BECKY LYNN BARROW - Band-Marching I, 2, 3, 4,
Concert T, 2, 3, 4, Pep 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Drama
Club 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, President 4, GRA l,
2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Pep Club 3, FLOWERS
FOR ALGERNON 4, Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4,
Co-Editor 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 4, Volleyball l,
2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
KIMBERLY JO BENNETT -- Vocational Center 3, 4, Style
Show 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4, OEA 3, 4.
LYNN MICHELLE BLEVINS - Algernon Society 4, Band-
Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Concert 'l, 2, 3, 4, Pep l, 2, 3, Class
Treasurer 2, Drama Club 3, 4, JCL I, 2, GRA I, 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 3, President 4, National Honor Society 3,
4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,
Student Council 3, 4, Reporter 4, Track 2, 3, Lettered 2, 3,
Most Track and Field Points 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Lettered
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2, 3, 4, Most Sets 3, All RCL 3, All SVC 4, Basketball I, 2,
3, 4, Lettered I, 2, 3, 4, Best Offensive Player 4, All RCL
Honorable Mention 3, Basketball Statistician 4, Salutato-
rian, Yearbook Staff 4.
ANITA KAY BOWDLE BETHEL - Library Audio Visual
Club 3, 4, School Office Assistant 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4,
Basketball Statistician l.
MARY JO BOWDLE - Algernon Society 4, Drama Club
4, Ensemble 4, FTA 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Track l, Spanish Honorary Society
2, 3, 4.
JAMES R. BUTLER - Band-Marching 2, Concert I, 2, FCA
I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 'l, 2,
Logan Elm Varsity Club I, 2, Logan Elm Wrestling Team
I, 2, Lettered 2.
DON CARNES - Yearbook 3, 4, Band-Marching I, 2, 3,
4, Concert l, 2, 4, Pep I, 2, 3, Drama Club l,JCL l, 2, 3,
Pep Club 4, ANYTHING GOES T, THE LEDGEND OF
ARTHUR BANANA PLANT 2, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON
4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Science Club I, Track 'l, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball Manager T, Lettered l.
MICHAEL DAVID CONKEL - Choir 3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4,
ELLEN JANE COOK - Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 4,
Student Council 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
PENNY CATHERINE COX - OEA, Vocational Center 3,
THOMAS JOHN COY
NANCY SUE CRIDER
JAMES PHILLIP CUNNINGHAM - Baseball I, 2, 3, Let-
tered I, 2, 3.
S'LENA ANN DAILEY - Baseball Statistician 3, Football
Statistician 3, Library Audio Visual Club 3, Quill 81 Scroll
3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Statistician I, 4.
SCOTT SHAY DAILY - Concert Band I, Baseball I, 2, 3,
4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President I, FFA 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 2, Assistant President 3, Treasurer 4, Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3,
4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, JCL I, 2, Prom King
DWAIN FRANKLIN DAVIS - Golf I, 2, 3, Lettered I, 2,
3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8, Scroll 3, 4, Hi-
Lites Staff 3.
JULIA LEE DAVIS -- Algernon Society 4, Yearbook Co-
Editor 4, Band-Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Concert I, 2, 3, 4,
Ensemble 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3,
4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered I, 2, 3, 4,
Track Queen I, Freshman Princess I, JCL I, 2, 3, Maior-
ette 2, 3, 4.
KEVIN KEN DAVIS - Baseball 3, Lettered 4, Football I,
3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Golf I, Lettered I, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, Spanish
Club I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4.
JEFFERY WAYNE DAWSON - Algernon Society 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Band-Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Concert I,
2, 3, 4, Pep I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, THE
LEDGEND OF ARTHUR BANANA PLANT 2, FLOWERS
FOR ALGERNON 4, Hi-Lites Staff 4, Ohio Wesleyan,
KENNETH MICHAEL DENNEWITZ - National Honor
Society 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, President I, Basketball I,
2, Lettered I.
CATHERINE EVANS DENNIS
RANDALL LEE DETILLION - FFA 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3,
Vocational Center 3, 4.
THOMAS DUMM - Student Council I, VICA, Vocational
Center 3, 4.
MONTY CARTER ELAM - Algernon Society 4, Concert
Band I, FCA 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Golf I,
2, Lettered 2, Spanish Club I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Let-
tered 3, 4.
SHERRY ENGLE - Algernon Society 4.
BRENDA JANE EYRE
TIMOTHY EDWARD FAIRBANKS - Golf I, 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, VICA, Vocational Center 3,
CHRIS ANN FELLENSTEIN - Band-Marching I, 2, 3,
Concert I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 4, Lettered 2, 4, Choir 3,
Class President 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, National Honor Soci-
ety 3, 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor
' 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, FFA Queen
4, Homecoming Court 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
DEBORAH MARIE FLANNERY - Concert Band I.
JERRY ROBERT GALLAUGHER - Band I, Baseball I, 2,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, FFA 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Treasurer 2, Assistant Vice President 3, Football I, 2, Golf
I, THE LEDGEND OF ARTHUR BANANA PLANT 2, Track
AJITH KUMAR GANGADHARAPPA - National Honor
Society 3, 4, Secretary 4.
KRIS SUSAN GARRISON
BYRON PAUL GEARHART - Concert Band I, FFA 2, 3,
4, Sentinel 2, 3, Football I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3.
LISA JO HARDMAN - Drama Club 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Library Audio Visual Club 3,
4, Pep Club 3, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4,
Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4.
BRADFORD S. HASKINS - FFA 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3,
SHANNON MARIE HASKINS - Cheerleader I, Lettered
KENNETH BRUCE HAWKINS - FCA I, 2, 3, Football I,
2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4.
JULIE DIANE HINES - Band-Marching I, 2, Concert I,
2, FTA 2, 3.
KATHRYN LOUISE HORTON - Algernon Society 3,
Choir 4, Ensemble 4, FTA 2, Library Audio Visual Club 3,
Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Lettered 2, Vol-
leyball 2, Spanish Honorary Society 3, 4.
BETH ANN HUMMEL -- Football I, 2, Lettered I, Track
I , Lettered I.
ANTHONY W. IRVIN - FFA 2, 3, 4.
KIMBERLY ANNE JADWIN - Baseball Statistician 3, 4,
Drama Club 2, Ensemble 4, Football Statistician 3, THE
LEDGEND OF ARTHUR BANANA PLANT 2, Homecoming
TERRY JO PRESTON JOHNSON - Band-Marching I, 2,
Concert I, 2, Cheerleader I, 2, Track Queen 2, JCL I .
JEFFERY ALLEN JONES
TAMARA KAY JORDAN
DAVID LEE JUNK
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JEFFERY DEAN KARSHNER --Track I, 2, Lettered I, 2.
SPENCER ALAN KEATON
WILLIAM E. KEATON
LYNN KAY KELLY -- Ensemble 4, National Honor Society
3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Spanish Honorary
HAL BRUCE KERNS - Class Treasurer I, FCA 2, 3, 4,
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered I, 2, 3, National Honor Soci-
ety 4, Quill 8t Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Track I, 2,
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4.
SUSAN BETH KOZAR - Cheerleader 2, 4, Lettered 2, 4,
FTA 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, School Office
Assistant 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered I,
2, 3, 4, JCL I, 2, 3, Vice President 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
LISA ANN KUTSCHBACH - FTA 2, 3, 4, GRA I,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites
Staff 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Let-
tered I, 2, 3, 4, 300 Mile Club 2, Volleyball Statistician 4,
JCL I, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Convention I, 2, 3, Winning
Quiz Bowl Team 2, Basketball Statistician 4.
BRYON KEITH LAMB
CYNTHIA ANN LOVENSHEIMER - Algernon Society 4,
Band-Marching I, 2, 3, Concert I, 2, 3, Pep I, 2, Choir 3,
4, Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Spanish
Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Honor Society 2, 3, Ohio Wesleyan
4, Clarinet Choir 2.
BRIAN KEITH McKEE- Algernon Society 4, President 4,
FTA 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, School Office
Assistant 4, Spanish I, 2, Treasurer I, Track I, Boys'
State 3, Spanish Honorary Society I, 2, Society of Distin-
guished High School Students, Who's Who in American
High School Students.
AARON LANE McLEAN - Band 3, 4.
DAVID WAYNE McWHORTER
JACINTA SUE MARKS - FTA 2, 3, 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, President 4, Student Council I, Volleyball
Statistician 3, 4, JCL I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Valedictorian,
Yearbook Staff 4.
ROBERT ANDREW MATSON -- Class Vice President 2,
FCA I, 2, 3, FFA 2, 3, 4, Assistant President 2, Reporter
3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, 4,
Student Council I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered I, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball I, 2, State Shot Put Champion 4.
BRIAN KEITH MAY - Algernon Society I, Choir 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Lettered 3.
JANET ELAINE MAY - Choir 4, Ensemble 4, GRA 2, Pep
Club 4, Hi-Liles Staff 3, JCL I, 2, 3.
ELAINE ANN MERRIMAN - Band I, 2, Drama Club I, 2,
4, Pep Club I, 2, FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON 4, JCL I, 2,
DENISE MICHELE MILLER - Library Audio Visual Club 4,
JEANITA ELLIOTT MILLER
ROBERT EUGENE MILLER
STEVEN GENE MINER - FFA 2, 3, French Club 4.
CHRIS ALAN MORGAN - Algernon Society 3, Band-
Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Concert I, 2, 3, 4, Pep I, 2, 3, 4,
Choir 4, Football I, Track I, 2, Lettered I, 2.
MICHAEL CRAIG MORGAN - FFA 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2,
TONY J. MOTTER - FFA 3, 4.
NILES PERRY NEFF - Algernon Society 4, FFA 2,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club 2.
DEBORAH SUE NIMMO
WILLIAM JEFFERY OAKES -- Choir 3, 4, Vice President
4, FCA I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Football I, 3, 4, Let-
tered 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4,
Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Staff Artist 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered
l,3,4,JCL I,2, 3.
KATHY LYNN OYER - Cheerleader I, 2, Lettered I, 2,
Pep Club I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, JCL I, 2, 3,
PATRICIA ROBIN PAGE - Algernon Society 4, Band-
Marching I, 2, 3, Concert I, 2, 3, Pep 2, 3, Choir 3, 4,
Drama Club 4, Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Sci-
ence Club 2, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Vice President 2, 3,
Spanish Honorary Society 2, 3, Ohio Wesleyan 3.
JAMES E. PAGE
MICHAEL J. PALUMBO
BRENDA LEE PERDEW - Clerk Typist Club 3, 4, Office
Occupation Association 3, 4.
CHERYL ANN PRESTON - Band-Marching I, 2, 3, Con-
cert I, 2, 3, Baseball Statistician 4, Library Audio Visual
Club 4, School Office Assistant 4, Maiorette I, 2, 3.
Senior Directory I 59
ROGER PRESTON - FFA 3, 4, Track I, Vocational Cen-
ter 3, 4.
NANCY JANE RADCLIFF - Homecoming Court 3.
JACQUELIN ANN RAHE -- Yearbook Co-Editor 4, Band-
Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Concert I, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding
Freshman, Outstanding Sophomore, Outstanding Junior,
John Philip Sousa Award, Cheerleader I, Class Secretary
3, Class Treasurer 4, Ensemble 4, JCL I, 2, 3, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3,
Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Lettered I, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court
3, Homecoming Queen 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Track Queen
3, 4, Prom Queen 4.
VICKIE SUE RAMEY - Choir 4, Secretary 4, Ensemble 4,
FTA 2, 3, 4, GRA 2, School Office Assistant 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Treasurer l,
Vice President 2.
MARK ALAN RAY - Algernon Society 4, Vice President
4, FCA 2, 3, 4, Football I, Lettered l, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Vice
President 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, JCL 3,
Spanish Honorary Society.
CATHERINE FAITH REBMAN - Algernon Society 4,
Band-Marching 2, 3, 4, Concert 2, 3, 4, Pep 2, 3, 4, Sen-
ior Representative 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4,
FTA 2, 3, 4, GRA l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON 4, Hi-Lites Staff 4, Spanish
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I, Treasurer 2, Track I, Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Let-
tered l, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
RANDAL HOWARD RHINEHART - Algernon Society 4,
Treasurer 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Football l,
2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Basketball I .
PAMELA JAYNE RINEHART
DONALD E. ROBERTSON
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BRET J. ROSEBOOM - Track I, 3, 4, Lettered l, 3, 4,
Basketball I, 2, Lettered I, 2.
BARBARA ANN SCHOLL - Band-Marching l, 3, 4, Con-
cert I, 3, 4, Pep 3, 4, Cheerleader I, 2, Choir 3, 4,
Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, GRA I, THE LEDGEND
OF ARTHUR BANANA PLANT 2, FLOWERS FOR ALGER-
NON 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, JCL I, 2, 3, Bas-
ketball Statistician 3, 4.
DEANNA SUE SCHOOLCRAFT
DONALD EUGENE SHAW - Concert Band l, 2, FFA 2,
3, 4, President 2, Student Advisor 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4,
Lettered 2, 3, 4, Track l.
DAVID ANTHONY SKAGGS - Concert Band l, 2, FCA
3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4.
NETl'lE MARIE STANLEY
ANNETTE EILEEN STAUFFER - Algernon Society 4,
Yearbook Co-Editor 4, Band-Marching l, 2, 3, 4, Concert
l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Cheerleader 2, Class Secretary l,
Class Vice President 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Ensemble 4, FTA
2, 3, 4, GRA l, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8,
Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, Spanish Club 3, Student Coun-
cil l, 2, 3, 4, Parlimentarian 4, Tennis I, 2, Lettered I, 2,
Track 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Most Sets 4, RCL
Honorable Mention 4, Most Points 3, JCL l, 2, Basketball
KATE ANN STEWART -- Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Class
Secretary 2, 4, Drama Club 4, Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
FLOWERS FOR ALGERNON 4, Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites
Staff 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Track 'l, 2,
3, 4, Lettered l, 2, 3, 4, Track Queen 4, JCL I, 2, 3, Year-
book Staff 4.
TERRI LEE TRUE -- OEA 3, 4.
ANITA JO TUNEBURG - Algernon Society 4, JCL I , 2.
STEPHEN ALAN UHRIG - Algernon Society 4, Concert
Band I, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Class Vice
President I, 3, FCA I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, Hi-
Lites Staff 3, Science I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Lettered
LEE ADELE WATTERS - Algernon Society 4, Choir 3, 4,
Ensemble 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2,
3, 4, President 4.
DEBRA LEE WHEELER - Band-Marching I, 2, 3, 4, Con-
cert I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, FTA 2,
3, GRA I, National Honor Society 3, 4, School Office
Assistant 4, Quill 8- Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Lites Staff 3, Tennis I,
2, Lettered I, 2, JCL I, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4.
CRAIG ALAN WILLIS - Algernon Society 4, FCA 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Track I,
2, 3, 4, Lettered I, 4, Spanish Honorary Society 2, 3, 500
Mile Club 2, 3, 4, 1,000 Mile Club 3, 4.
CATHERINE SUSANNE WITHERELL - Cheerleader I,
Volleyball Linesman 4, JCL I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2.
CONSTANCE MARLENE WOODFORK - Cheerleader I,
School Office Assistant 4.
MARTY WOODFORK - Track 2, 3, 4.
LORI JEAN YOUNG - Band-Marching 3, 4, Concert 3,
4, Pep 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, French Club 4, National
Honor Society 4, School Office Assistant 4, Basketball 2,
B HIND U9 N0 W.
BUT WITH U9 ALWAYS
Senior Directory I 6l
Right - Mr. DeAngelis applauds the parents,
grandparents, and great grandparents of the
62 I Administration
G DeAn elis, James Wade, Velma Steel, Gerald Davis, and
Above - Board members Ercolo Picciano, Bill Smart, Superintendent uy g
Joanna Haskins gather for a monthly meeting.
Left - Even after nine years we still come up with
surprises for Mr. Morris.
Above - A quick and efficient Mrs. Young confers with a teacher through the
Right- Typing away, Mrs. Ruff finds the daily absence list getting longer as the
school days wear on.
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64 I Faculty
Mrs. Lodema Attaway, teacher of Jr. High Eng-
lish, can probably alphabetically name all the
prepositions backwards or forwards and
attempts to teach her students to do the same.
Along with teaching grammar and her love of
books, Mrs. Attaway enioys collecting stamps
A warm ever-ready smile no matter what the situa-
tion would identify Mrs. Rhoda Hannon by itself.
With the task of being F.T.A. advisor, Mrs. Hannan
teaches High School English courses.
The lady with the "golden slippers" is Miss Jean
Krebs, National Honor Society advisor and High
School English teacher. Her list of extra activities
includes pleasure reading, crocheting, and redeco-
Playing with children fat home and school bothl,
reading, gardening, and feeding gerbils are Mrs.
Judy Hoop's favorite pastimes. She also advises
F.T.A. and teaches Jr. High and Freshman Eng-
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Jr. High Guidance Counselor Mr. John Pittenger
teaches Jr. High Social Studies. Being coach of
the Jr. High tennis team, his hobbies include
playing tennis. Mr. Pittenger also enioys doing
After teaching English to seventh and eighth grad-
ers, Mrs. Diana McFadden deserves a break every
day with a trip to McDonalds.
Assisting Mrs. Stanford in the library is Mrs. Sue
Phillips, who teaches Jr. High and Freshman English.
She enioys macrame, playing the piano, organ,
recorder harpsichord, and gardening.
OUR H LPING HANDS
Get quaet or I ll send you back to study hall
Only four to a table Where s your pass?
These are gust a few quotes of llbrarlan Mrs Eliza
beth Stanford Naturally she likes to read but
among other things she does crochetmg and gar
Mrs Nellie Gomsl who teaches Eighth Grade
Spamsh Hugh School Spanlsh and Jr Hugh soclal
studies never lost track of the date because she
always had her Aztec calendar to refer to
Faculty I 67
"LE T'9 TRY IT AGAIN. "
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He has enough activities to stump an adding
machine - if you tell him it can't be done he'Il
prove you wrong -- he organized the "Get Rowdy
Club" that helped revive school spirit - he was an
active advisor of Student Council. Who else could it
be but Mr. Mike Shoemaker, Varsity Football coach
and teacher of Algebra, Applied Math and Math IV.
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A teacher of Algebra and Geometry is Mrs.
Dolores Mackley. To get away from all those
proofs and figures, Mrs. Mackley enioys sewing,
crafts, cooking, knitting, and crocheting.
Shorthand, typing and attending her husband's
basketball games are a few things Mrs. Pat Smith
finds to do but in her spare time she likes to read,
play bridge, and travel.
Miss Linda McDaniel is the High School Guid-
ance Counselor. Aside from keeping track of all
the students' pasts and futures, Miss McDaniel
stays busy all year round coaching Volleyball,
Girls Basketball, and Girls Track. When Miss
McDaniel does find extra time she likes to spend
It fishing or shopping.
"Spirit lnc.," Miss Peggy Murdoch, probably
attended more football and basketball games,
and other sports events than all the other teach-
ers combined. Jr. High math teacher, Miss Mur-
doch, is kept more than busy advising cheerlead-
ers, playing tennis, doing macrame, and travel-
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Jr. High Basketball coach and teacher of Ameri-
can History and Government, Mr. Steve Swan is
an expert when it comes to giving dictation. You
can always hear him repeating his' motto -
"FAIR IS NOT A WORD."
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TOO MANY BOUKQ
Mrs. Sally Shoemaker is a teacher of Jr. High social
studies, and becoming a nlew mother was the most
exciting event of her year. f
DIS TRACT THE MIND
Director of the presentation "Flowers for Alger-
non," Drama Club advisor, World History, Sociol-
ogy and Psychology teacher, and advisor of Alger-
non Society is Mr. William Marsh. He made some of
us suffer with a substitute while he flirted with the
nurses in the hospital. Aside from being involved
with the Marsh Insulation Company lplugl, he likes
to travel, read, go canoeing, fish, etc., etc., etc.
SCIENCE- TRAIN D AND
Athletic Director, Mr. Robert Uhrig, teaches
Chemistry, Physics, and General Science. He
always has the right formula for making the ath-
letic functions run smoothly.
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The ability to teach Jr. High Science, coaching foot-
ball, and a sense of humor are all packed into Mr.
Alex Mace. ln addition to these qualities he was the
conductor and star performer ofthe "Karoo Band."
ORGANIZED COMMON 9 NSE
Gardening and crafts are a couple of his hobbies,
but being a Frankfort resident, Mr. Dan Wade is
active in community affairs such as the Emergency
Squad Village Council. At school Mr. Wade teaches
Special Education, coaches Jr. High Track, and is
Assistant Football coach.
O.W.E. seems to keep Mr. Dean Forcum occupied
but he also takes time out to buy and sell Real
Varsity Track coach, Mr. Warren Whitaker,
teaches Biology and General Science. You can
always tell when track is in season when Coach
Whit starts wearing his favorite piece of iewelry,
a stopwatch. Running, hunting, selling insurance,
and gardening are a few of his pastimes.
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Band Director for both Jr. and Sr. High, and eighth
grade music teacher, Mr. John Zaidel, begins his
school year in August with marching bond practice.
On the days he isn't listening to squeaking clarinets,
beating drums, and trumpet blasts, he likes to go
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Breaking her arm kept her from playing the
piano but Miss Joanne Valentine kept the tunes
coming from her Jr. High music and High School
Keeping in shape is the main obiective of the boy's
health and gym teacher. Mr. Dave Warne assisted
in coaching Varsity Football and was head Basket-
Best remembered for losing things, the tennis
team and their awards to name iust a few, Mrs.
Leoma Straight coaches the Varsity and Reserve
Tennis teams and teaches girls physical educa-
tion and health. Mrs. Straight keeps active in ten-
nis and swimming and relaxes by reading and
playing the piano.
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TEA cusns ARE PA rrsmvs
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Getting down all the stats for the baseball team
is Miss Carole Junk who teaches all Art classes.
Her list of favorite activities includes sewing,
bicycling, and of course, painting and drawing.
Activities by the gross are fine, but Home Economics
teacher Mrs. Emily Marks seems to add an unex-
pected responsibility to her list every day -
whether it's sewing up a broken zipper in a matter
of seconds or baking an enormous batch of cookies
for a program the next night. Her recipe may have
come from deep down in the Home Ec. Lab: iust a
pinch of plan, and a dash of deliberation, stirred
well in a frenzy of activity.
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Mrs. Beatrice Morris means business when she is in
class teaching typing or bookkeeping or record-
keeping. But out of class she takes pleasure in read-
ing, sewing, embroidering quilts, and knitting.
Varsity Baseball Coach, Mr. Donald Neff,
teaches Jr. High Science and Driver's Education.
Considering he spends so much time in the Driv-
er's Ed car, he must have a lot of experience in
back seat driving.
Faculty I 77
78 l Cooks
Fon THA r vusr Rlam' Toucu
After fha daily clean-up of lhe commons, "Koiak" takes a break in the supply room.
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Cooks and Janiiars I 79
Together . . . we are a team, built on
enthusiasm and unity among all members,
from the star player to the manager who is
left holding the bag. Coaches provide
training and guidance for a better team
performance, They teach us new plays and
techniques to prepare us for competition.
Fans provide constant support throughout
the seasons, whether we're winning or los-
ing. Their support and faith in us as a team
compels them to back us at snow-covered
fields and at hot, humid tracks. As a team
we challenge our opponents and strive to
come out on top. Together we celebrate
our victoriesg we overcome our defeats.
Together . . . we are a team.
Apart . . . we are players, different people who
contribute special natural ability and acquired skill.
Our coach gives concentrated attention, pointers to
strengthen each person's performance. Fans cheer
for spectacular individual achievements as attention
is focused on a game highlight - spiking a volley-
ball or dunking a basketball. As individuals, we
work to accomplish an individual goal. Apart, we
are secretly proud of a personal accomplishment,
we accept a personal failure. Apart . . . we are
., cp s.,
Top - In deep concentration: Kenny Hawkins studies
plays from the sidelines and waits for his cue to
return to action.
Middle - Quiclcness allows Steve Uhrig to dodge
anything that happens to get in his way.
Bottornb- Congratulations is received Scott Daily
for completing a thousand career passing yards. .i,
SHERMANS GET ROWDY
After suffering two discouraging years in the l
tough S.C.O.L., the Shermans re-entered familiar
S.V.C. territory finishing in third place.
The Tanks maintained a balanced 2-2 record
early in the season, but consecutive victories over
Southeastern, Westfall, and Jamestown Greene-
view proved them strong contenders forthe champi-
onship crown. The season appeared brighter but the
Sherman luster was eventually tarnished by their
final two competitors. A loss to league champ, Pike-
ton, and a last minute upset by Zane Trace con-
cluded the season with an overall record of 5-4 and
4-3 in the league. g
However, the disappointing defeats didn't dull the honors of several Sher-
man players. One special honor was shared by Bob Matson and Don Shaw
who were voted co-captains for the season. Scott Daily, Steve Uhrig, and
Bob Matson were named to the S.V.C. All-League team with Don Shaw,
Kenny Hawkins, and Kevin Davis receiving Honorable Mention.
Don Shaw and Steve Uhrig took things a couple steps further when they
were named first All-District and Honorable Mention to the All-Ohio team.
Steve Uhrig was awarded the annual Sportsmanship award.
Besides their football ability the Sherman team also proved that it doesn't
take winning a title to bring back school spirit. By the season's end pep ral-
lies were more than dead silence. The football team introduced a new fash-
ion of Get Rowdy T-shirts and even formed their own kazoo band.
82 I Football
Top- Quarterback Scoh Daily barely gets one away.
Left - A few words of advice are exchanged between Coach Shoemaker and Bob
Bowles about how to handle the next play.
Below - Everyone wanls a chance to tackle this Soulheaslern player but Kenny Haw-
kins gels fo him first.
Football I 83
JUNIOR VARSITY: Front Row -- Jacinta Marks,
Laura Bennett. Second Row -- Dee Dee King,
Kathy Hatfield, Cheri Henkle, Lora Patterson,
Carla Osborne, Patty Shanton. Back Row -
Linda Osborne, Kathy Oyer, Peggy Henry, Deb-
bie Brumfield, Karen Greenlee, Becky Norman,
Becky Mackley, Sue Meneely, Deanna School-
Before the match begins, team captain Janice
Landers and a Bishop Flaget player listen as the
referee explains the boundaries and rules of the
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84 1 voiieybnii
Mr. Shoemaker leads the "Get Rowdy Club" in a
cheer as the girls are introduced before game
time. The "club," which was started by football
players, attended all home games and gave the
Senior Annette Stauffer presents her mother with
a yellow rose at Porent's Night.
SPI ING WITH A FEMININ TUUCH
The Unioto Shermanettes had the
best win-loss record in the history of
volleyball at Unioto, ending the season
with a 13-4 overall record and a 6-2
league record. The team finished in a
second place tie with Zane Trace in the
The team was seeded second in the
sectional tournament, but after defeat-
ing Western in the opening contest, lost
to Zane Trace in the semi-final match.
Janice Landers, team captain, was
awarded the trophy for most spikes.
Annette Stauffer had the most sets dur-
ing the season, and Shelley Smith took
scoring honors. Barb Scholl received
the Sportsmanship Award from the
Booster Club. Lynn Blevins and Janice
Landers were chosen by the S.V.C.
coaches to represent Unioto on the All-
S.V.C. team. Annette Stauffer was
Honorable Mention for the All-League
The Junior Varsity squad went unde-
feated this season, winning I7
matches. The trophy for most spikes
was earned by Becky Mackley. Kathy
Hatfield received the award for most
sets, and Debbie Brumfield claimed the
most points trophy. Dee Dee King was
chosen as the most improved player.
The J.V. Shermanettes defeated
Adena in the final match to claim the
championship of the Second Annual
Junior Varsity Tournament.
Shelley Smith and Annette Stauffer watch anx-
iously as teammate Lynn Blevins spikes the ball at
a Bishop Flaget player.
Volleyball I 85
GAME, SET. MA TCH
This tennis season was a very excit-
ing one for the varsity girls' tennis
team, coached by Leoma Straight. They
participated in two different tourna-
ments and ended their season with a
record of eleven wins and five losses.
The tennis team competed for its sec-
ond year in the Ohio State Coaches
Invitational Tournament. The girls won
their first two matches by defeating Cir-
cleville and Jackson, but they were
defeated in the third round by AA-
For the first time ever, a state tennis
tournament for girls was held. The girls
competed in the Sectional-District tour-
nament and fared quite well. Most of
the Sherman racketeers defeated their
opponents through the second or third
round but were eventually defeated by
host Bexley, who won the state tourna-
The trophy for the best win-loss
record in singles play went to Brenda
Loel, with a record of 14-2. Peg Scholl
and Cindy McCoy received the trophy
for best doubles. Their record was ll-
5. The Booster Sportsmanship Award
went to Julia Davis by vote of the var-
sity and reserve teams. Jackie Rahe,
Julia Davis, and Susan Kozar ended
their six-year careers of tennis at Unioto
by receiving trophies which recognized
them as members of the original tennis
action this season, but they played
exhibition matches when opponents
Rushing the net, Jackie Rahe returns her oppo-
nent's volley and wins the point.
Front Row - Seana Elam, Crystal Utler, Kim
Groves, Kerry Ater, Lori Cline, Helen Stewart,
Brenda Ball, Patty Arledge, Tammy Elick. Middle
Row - Peg Scholl, Cindy Ater, Cindy McCoy,
Brenda Loel, Janet Spangler. Back Row- Coach
Straight, Jackie Rahe, Julia Davis, Susan Kozar.
86 I Tennis
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Varsity Tennis Results
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While waiting for the opposing team to
arrive, Mrs. Straight gives the girls a brief pep
From the base line, Julia Davis hits a cross-
court forehand past her opponent to win the
Susan Kozar waits at the net while doubles
partner Cindy Ater serves.
Tennis I 87
Varsity Golf Results
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The Unioto golf team sported a win-
ning season with an 11-5 record. The
boys won the Sectional Tournament
and then went on to place twelfth in the
district. They also finished second in the
Logan Elm Invitational.
Mike Barnett was' awarded a trophy
for having played varsity golf for four
years. Eric Haynes and Tim Fairbanks
received their second and third year
awards respectively. Keith Snyder
earned the Medalist Award, Terry
White received the Sectional Medalist
Award, and Jeff Strausbaugh won the
Booster Sportsmanship Award.
The golf team relaxes while waiting for Coach
Smith to take them to an away match.
Doug Allemann concentrates on lining up his putt.
88 I Golf
GOLFERS WIN SECTIONA-I:
Eric Haynes works on his form to improve his put-
Couch Smith gives Mike Barnett and Keith Snyder
some pointers on their swing.
Front Row- 'Um FcirbonksQ Mike Barnett. Bock
Row - Keith Snyder, Jeff Strcusbough, Coach
Smith, Doug Allemann, Mark McAdams.
Golf I 89
Scott Daily scans the floor for an open pass.
True, they won only four games this
season but many good things came
from the season too. Scott Daily was
chosen All-League, Offensive Player of
the Year, and Most Valuable Team
Member. Defensive Player of the Year
was awarded to Kevin Davis and the
Booster Club's Sportsmanship Award
was received by Steve Barr.
UN THE MOVE AGAIN
Varsity Basketball Results
36 Southeastern 92
73 Huntington 79
33 Adena 45
55 Westfall 52
51 Piketon 58 l
59 Bishop Flaget 73
55 Paint Valley 64
75 Zane Trace 71
37 Adena 61
52 Piketon 56 . 1
66 Zane Trace 87 as
90 Huntington 77
54 Westfall 60 ssayi X :tlsst
54 Southeastern 85 ' 5 A y
53 Bishop Flaget 70 p
56 Paint Valley 59
58 Hillsboro 89 A shot by Paint Valley is successfully blocked by Y
Tournament: Gvffv Pfoehl-
72 Zane Trace 69
32 Adena 64
90 l Boys Varsity Basketball
Through Steve Uhrig's crutches, George Berry ond Monty Elam study the offense
and ore ready for substitution anytime.
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Above - Unioto's defense works to overpower the oncoming Warriors in Ross
Left - Coach Warne gives Steve Barr lost minute instructions before sending
him into the game.
Boys Varsity Basketball I 91
Right - A fast drive by Scott Radcliff soon puts him under
Below - Pete Polen anticipates a pass from a fellow team-
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92 I Boys Reserve Basketball
Above - RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM
Leff- A glance at the scoreboard lets Jeff Lovely know where the team stands
Lining up for the foul shot, Jeff Strausbaugh
gets instructions for the rebound.
Reserve Basketball Results
1 5 53
43 ' 34
29 Piketon 22
51 ' 62
44 ' 59
li 56 61
5 26 43
Q 55 63
digs fy Bishop Flaget
4 tssr H ii' 5 it g Paint Valley
NSE S g, V Hillsboro
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ij L., Best Offensive Player
L' scoff Radcliff
..,.-W F Best Defensive Player
- Rick Lansing
5, ,Mum Pete Polen, Scott Radcliff and Jeff Straus-
Nm baugh position for the zone defense.
Boys Reserve Basketball ! 93
Coach McDaniels gives the girls a little advice
while they catch their breath during a time out.
While guarding a Southeastern player, Janice
Landers looks like a cat about to pounce on a
In a reserve game against Southeastern Debbie
Barrow iumps up while Cindy Ater watches to see
if the ball will come her way.
JUNIOR VARSITY: Front Row - Bambi Fetters,
Lisa Bethel, Patty Price, Cindy Ater, Jackie Young,
Kelly Coy. Back Row - Coach Amos, Dee Dee
King, Debbie Barrow, Karen Greenlee, Debbie
Bmmfield, Sharon Pitcox, Jackie Van Tuyle.
94 l Girls' Basketball
MAKING IT HAPP N
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VARSITY: Front Row - Lynn Blevins, Beth Hum-
mel, Sue Meneely, Shelley Smith, Kathy Hatfield,
Laney Hawkins. Back Row - Coach Mcbaniels
Robin Smith, Janice Landers, Kelly Jadwin:
Tammy George, Patty Shanton.
Lynn Blevins "dribbles" the ball down the court in
a game against Southeastem.
The girls' basketball team was forced
to overcome huge obstacles this sea-
son, namely the weather and the fuel
shortage. Old Man Winter dealt quite a
blow as he disrupted school, practices,
and games for the better part of the
season. Practices were few and far
between, and when they did take place
they were held at such places as the
Salvation Army gym, the Armory gym,
the VA gym, and the Naval Reserve
gym. At one point during the season,
the team members' mothers volun-
teered to drive the two-hour stint to a
scrimmage in Coal Grove, Ohio.
However, the girls managed a 7-7
record which is the best record in the
team's short five-year history. Their
league record was 4-4 which earned
them a fourth place finish in the nine
team Scioto Valley Conference.
The girls' hard work and persistence
was rewarded at the Winter Sports
Banquet. Individual honors went to cap-
tain Lynn Blevins, Offensive Player of
the Year, co-captain Kelly Jadwin,
Defensive Player of the year, Kathy
Hatfield, Most Improved Player, and
Cathy Rebman, Booster Sportsmanship
Lynn Blevins was chosen by the
S.V.C. coaches to represent Unioto on
the All-Scioto Valley Conference Team.
Kathy Hatfield was also chosen as Hon-
Girls' Basketball I 95
Pnsssuns nv 9112105 A Q H
Right - Siale Sho! Put Champion Bob Matson
shows how it's done os he throws in the District
Below - Determinoiion and one more inch gives
Mike McCoy first place.
Below Righ1- Byron Gearhari paces himself in
the exhausting iwo mile run. - - 1 s
96 I Boys Truck
left - Perfect form is shown by Mark
Ray as he stretches over each hurdle.
Below - Up and over goes .lim Hutton
trying for his best vault.
Winning a runner-up trophy at the Unioto Relays
and a third place trophy at the Circleville Kiwanis
Relays proved the track team successful during the
season. Besides performing well in maior meets,
firsts were taken at a triangular meet with Piketon
and Paint Valley, and a quadrangular with Wav-
erly, Westfall and Paint Valley.
The team placed third in the Southeastern Ohio
Sectional Meet sending three members to the Dis-
trict Meet. Mike McCoy competed in the high iump,
Bret Roseboom in the shot put, and Bob Matson in
the shot put and discus. Bob proceeded to the State
Meet where he was state champion in the shot with
a state record of 57' IO".
Records were made to be broken and that's what
was done as four new school marks were set. Bob
Matson set the new school shot record at 58' 8-Va".
A triple iump record of 38' 7-36" marked by Jeff
Strausbaugh and 'l:O3.l was the new time run by
the shuttle hurdle relay team of Mark Ray, Jeff
Oakes, Leroy Haskins and Steve Barr. Craig Willis,
Brian Woodfork, .lim Butler and Rick Lansing cre-
ated the four mile relay team that ran a school
record time of 2:00.0.
Awards were presented to Steve Barr for most
running points and Bob Matson totaling the most
points overall, most field points and State Meet
soy, mek 1 97
With only a few more hurdles to go, Jeff Oakes remains
ahead in the race.
TRACK QUEENS: Cindy Ater, Cathy Hamilton, Kathy
Baker, Lynne Spires, Kate Stewart and Jackie Rahe. -
Boys Varsity and Reserve Track Results
Unioto 59'lz Uniata 51 Llnioto 45
Adena 67VaA Piketon 68 dena 76
Paint Valley 41 cClain 38
Unioto 63'lz Unioto bpllz
Waverly 56'lz Huntington 5?
Paint Valley 59 Washington C.H. 3i4Va
Westfall 29 n
Circleville Relays 3rd Ross County Meet 2nd
Uniata Metric 3rd S.V.C. Meet h 4th
Uniata Relays 2nd Sectional . 3rd
Southeastern Reserve Invitational lst
98 I Boys Track
Top - Marty Woodfork and Kit Whitaker come in a close second and third
Above- Cold weather doesn't stop Shawn Smith who finishes his last mile.
l.eH- Since a foul was not called, Jeff Strausbaugh knows his final iurnp is
o good one.
Boys Track I 99
Aside from taking twelfth place in the District, the Girls'
Varsity Track Team managed to break four school records.
Robin Smith captured records in both the shot put and dis-
cus while Cathy Hamilton set a new time in the 880 yard
run. Another school record was broken by the 440 Relay
team consisting of Jenny Oakes, Beth Carmen, Robin Smith,
and Kathy Baker.
The team as a whole placed fourth in the S.V.C., R.C.L.,
and Class A Sectional Meet, and a seventh place was taken
Top Left - Inches count to Kathy Baker
who, realizing she's already won the
race, tries for a faster time.
Top Right - Focusing her attention on
form keeps Cindy McCoy close to her
at the Zane Trace Invitational.
Several honors were received by Sectional Champion
Robin Smith. She was the teams' state qualifier in the shot
put, finishing sixteenth. Robin also accumulated the most
field points, most track and field points, and shared the
honor of All Sports Award with Kathy Hatfield.
Jenny Oakes earned the other awards of most running
points, the Boosters Club Sportsmanship Award, and the
300 mile club.
Right - Laura Hummel adds that extra - -
stretch md pull to try and pass her oppo-
nent before the next hurdle.
100 I Girls Track
BURNING UP THE TRA OK
One last thrust of energy takes Jenny
Oakes across the finish line for a vic-
ln total control, Kate Stewart keeps her stride until the next
Girls Track I lOl
Logan Elm Huntington
Ross County Meet
Class A Sectional
Class A District
GirI's Varsity Track Results
' 62 ' 51 ' 24
Paint Valley 56 Paint Valley 59 Huntington 81
' 51 ' 4th
59 4 ' A 7th
' ' 7th
71 55 4th
Handoffs can win a race, so Jenny Oakes X
and Beth Carmen make sure they do this one
102 I Girl's Track
Left Trylng for more henght allows Darlene
Above Prachce makes perfect as Diane
Glrls Jr High Track l l03
104 I Baseball
AND THIS ONE B LONGS
Randy Rhinehcrl carefully watches the ball as
il sails out inla lhe outfield.
T0 TH SH RMANS
Tight defensive play and timely hitting combined with
excellent pitching enabled the Shermans to win 17 out of
the 21 games during the season. Steve Uhrig led the team
in batting average with 556. The all SVC League winners
for the Unioto team were Steve Uhrig at shortstop and the
receiver of the League MVP Award, Scott Daily, pitcher.
Scott had an ERA of .9914, losing only one of the eleven
games he pitched this season. Two members of the team
received SVC League Honorable Mention. They were
Mark Davis and Randy Rhinehart. Steve Uhrig also led the
team in stolen bases as he captured a total of 19. RBl's
were led by catcher Randy Rhineharf, who had fifteen.
Coaches Don Neff and Fred Lovely kept the team on its
toes and moving throughout the victorious season.
Unioto's M.V.P. pitcher, Scott Daily, winds up to throw another strike.
From behind the plate, catcher Randy Rhinehart calls the pitch.
Baseball I 105
With a close eye on the ball, Scott Daily takes
l06 I Baseball
Scoli Daily slides safely in home as Garry Proehl watches.
Slalislicians Gigi Neff, Carole Junk, and Kim Jadwin keep the
SH RMAN9 ARE B-A -A -A -D
AND THA T'Q GOUD
Center fielder Garry Proehl slugs the ball as his teammates watch from the
Below- Steve Loel check swings an outside pitch.
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VARSITY BASEBALL RESULTS
Unioto A Opponent Unioto . S Opponent
8 Greenfield 1 4 m Zane Trace S Q A
2 Hillsboro l l h 'l7 Southeastern A A
6 Paint Valley h 2 S g I5
7 Adena A
I 3 Westfall
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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row - Brad Jadwin, Jim George,
Greg Cox, Bill Butler, Mark Uhrig, Scot! Eblin. Bock Row- Coach Ron Bri- Fl'eSl"Im0n BClSkelbCll ReSUll5
denbaugh, Keith Snyder, Joe Slrausbaugh, Doug Allemann, Todd Throck- Unlolb Opponerll
morlon, Tom Weiderman, Terry Boswick. 46 Bishop Flaget 21
28 Southeastern 37
35 Huntington 26
36 Adena 26
47 WeSl'f0ll 28
36 Zane Trace 38
42 Bishop Flaget 43
26 Pikelon 25
43 Paint Valley 33
33 Zane Trace 36
45 Bishop Flagel 32
37 Southeastern 36
45 Adena 25
l08 I Freshman Basketball
EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM: Front Row - Darrell Cottrill, Troy Branson, Barry Dailey,
James Barnett, Gene Steele, Tom Dixon. Back Row- Coach Steve Swan, Gary Long, Mike Riffle,
Bill Price, Todd Blevins, Jeff Rairdon, Jerry Marks.
34 ' 54
22 Bishop Flaget 46
20 ' 43
Seventh Grade Basketball Results
Umoto Opp Umoto
21 Adena I7 I8
I 7 Bishop Flaget I0 Huntington 22
Tournament 30 34
I5 Paint Valley
SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM:
Kneeling - Clyde Ford. Front Row -
Jim Johnson, David Cunningham, Mark
Porter, Mark Smith, Curt Davis, Jeff Long.
Back Row - Coach Steve Swan, Jay
Bowsher, Ron Stouffer, Scott Johnson,
Steve Eblin, David Graves, Marty Harris.
Jr. High Basketball I IO9
SEVENTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row- Brian Henkle, Jim Batty, Jim Johnson, Lars Bildsten, Martyilrlar-
ris, Brian Butler, David Graves, Ty Whitaker. Second Row - Greg Harding, Clyde Ford, Ron Stauffer, Bill Good,
Scott Johnson, Mark Porter, Jay Bowsher, David Dowler. Back Row - Coach John Pittenger, Curt Davis, Rick
Howell, Bill Mace, Kenny Wilson, Steve Eblin, Curtis Detillion, Terry Love.
THE RUSH I9 UN
EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: Front Row- Dale Jones, Mark Elam, Barry Rahe, Darrell Cottrill, Keith Elliott,
Mark Skaggs, Barry Dailey, Gary Arledge, Greg Harding, John Hutton. Second Row - Jack Kelly, Gary Fisher,
Jeff Mendenhall, Kent Anderson, Steve Humble, Scott Mercer, Chris Baker, Brian Wolfe, Gene Steele, Pete Stew-
art. Back Row- Coach John Pittenger, Bill Price, Mike Greenlee, David Seekatz, Jeff Rairdon, Brad Hedges, Todd
Blevins, Jeff Fortner.
nh Grade Football Results Union, 8th Grade Football Results opponent
Uniolo opponenl 20 Huntington 6
0 Gfeenfleld 0 12 Paint Valley 0
6 Paint Valley 0 0 Southeostem 0
6 Hillgboro 4 32 Zone Trace 8
6 cafclevalle I6 2 rffjiall Ag
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0 Washington C.H. I4 0 Adeno 6
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ON FI LD AND CIND R PA TH
BOYS JR. HIGH TRACK TEAM: Front Row- Steve Wachovec, Bill Good, Jim Johnson, Dale Jones, Brian
Butler, John Hutton, Mark Skaggs, Jeff Hedderson, Brian Henkle, Gary Nelson. Back Row- Carla Fuller,
lawrence Pollard, Mike Harris, Jerry Marks, Mike Riffle, David Seekatz, Brad Hedges, Jeff Rairdon, Greg
Harding, Marty Harris, Coach Dan Wade.
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GIRLS JR. HIGH TENNIS TEAM: Front Row - Carrie Cottrill, Sonya Elam, Jerri Tumer, lisette Rios, Beth
Fortner, Tammy Grubb. Back Row - Kathy Depoy, Concetta Forsythe, Cheri Gaul, Robin Porter, Sherry
Watkins, Coach John Pittenger.
ON THE GO
Boys Jr. High
87 Huntington 22
66 Paint Valley 43
66Vz Waverly 42V2
50 Adena 59
37 Zane Trace 72
42 Smith 63
S.V.C. Meet 3rd
0 Bishop Flaget 4
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Together . . . we are an organization, a group that func-
tions and works as one to learn and accomplish. As a
group, we initiate freshmen, beautify the school grounds,
and plan homecoming. We work together to make our
ideas realities and our dreams successes. With a ioint
effort, we win debates, publish the Hi-Lites, and pass his-
tory tests. Together . . . we are an organization.
Apart . . . we are students, achieving separate grade point
averages or holding certain offices. Each of us contributi
an individual talent, ranging from a first place F.F.A. pro
ject at the fair to organizing the homecoming procession
single-handedly. Each person is given the opportunity tc
contribute his own idea or thought. Individually, we forn
dissenting views on debatable topics, we write stories witl
unique flair, and we separately decide what to contribute
Apart. . . we are students.
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Playschool children stop a minute for a picture.
Who thinks Home Ec is iust "Cookin'
and Sewin'?" Dressing up the depart-
ment to make the home scene prettier
included buying new furniture and dec-
orating with coinplimenting accessories
to complete a homelike atmosphere.
After settling in, speakers and demon-
strators were invited to talk on home
design and trunk restoring for an
added touch of creativity.
Preparing easily managed fit-for-
guests lunches for Senior Citizens of the
community was a heartfelt, rewarding
task for the girls along with learning to
care for the younger generation in the
Other proiects included a Teachers'
Luncheon and, after some brain-search-
ing to learn the metric measures, the
domestics whipped up a "Proud of the
Perfect Meringue" recipe that would
make you weep.
Care of Skin, Make-Up, Hair Styling
and Fashions rounded out the year for
the Home Ec huddle.
That's what Home Ec is about. M-m-
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Writing on the chalkboard was a new experience for several children in
the Ployschool Program.
Left- Everyone gathers around the Thanksgiving table as Cathy Witherell
gives last minute instructions.
Below- Trunk restoring is one of the many demonstrations given in Home
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Above - Cindy McCoy and Cindy Ater volunteer to become beautiful.
Left-Julie Hines has a tough decision as to which pie to eat first.
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Righl - Everyone flips for gym class.
Below - Several boys enioy a game of basketball as their favorite
gym class pastime. N
Bottom - Taking time out from a dodge ball game, Amy Comes
poses for the photographer.
l lb I Physical Education
Mr. Warne refs two wrestlers as they
try their hand of this new sport.
Everyone participates in c game of
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Top -- Seconds before halftime the band lines up to perform "Rhinestone
Above - BANNER CARRIERS: Cathy Hamilton and Jucqule Pelletier. FLAG
CARRIER: Barb Scholl.
I - Left - After a fine halftime performance the band marches off the field
' PREQID NT URD l
120 I Bond
PEP BAND .,,
Spirii is kept alive by the Pep Bond while the
team prepares for the second half. f
MAJORETTES: Julio Davis, Kim Graves, Tommy George, Debbie Wheeler 1Heod Muiorettel, Senna
Elom, Jackie Ruhe lAssisVan? Head Maioreftel, and Barbara Kleinhons.
"Brass section, not so loudl"
"Percussion, step up tempol" . . . "Smile Girls!" -- these
were iust a few of the many commands band director John
Zaidel gave in order to perfect the Unioto Band's music. They
entertained their loyal fans again this year with their spirited
The band gave many grand performances but one of the
biggest thrills was iourneying to Columbus State House to
perform for President Ford.
After football season, our renowned Pep Band played dur-
ing basketball season. Soon followed the many hours of
practice by band members and soloists for competition at
contests, only to be disappointed by cancellation due to
severe weather. However, a special program was held for
our superstars to show their talents and that, they did well.
The concert band ended another enioyable year with their
annual concert and graduation performances.
BAND OFFICERS: Front - Craig Daily. Second Row - Debbie Barrow,
Cathy Rebman, Laney Hawkins, Annette Stauffer. Back - Becky Barrow.
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As part of the Homecoming activities the malorettes perform a routine with lighted batons.
Bond I l2 l
SENIOR ENSEMBLE: Front Raw - Lee Watters, Lynn Kelly, Chris Fellenstein, Jackie Rahe, Julia Davis,
Annette Stauffer, Vickie Ramey, Ellen Cook. Back Row- Kathy Horton, Becky Barrow, Kate Stewart, Patty ee
Page, Cindy lovensheimer, Janet May, Barbara Scholl, Cathy Rebman.
122 I Choir
The high school choir sings a medley of songs for
the student body.
The Junior High Chorus gets together in the gym
for one final practice before presenting their pro-
MUSIC - MUSIC -
The 'Senior Ensemble performs "White Christ-
mas" during the Chrislmos Assembly.
HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR.
Choir I 123
The Queen ond King of Scholarship for the Junior
High are Liso Cooley and Todd Stewart. .1
124 I Music Awards
THEY'VE GOT WHA r IT TAKES
Becky Mackley and Gordon Vollmor earned the -
Miss and Mr. Music Awards.
Jacinia Marks and Brian McKee are the High
School Queen and King of Scholarship.
Barb Scholl was lhe recepienl of the Choral
Award and Jackie Rahe the John Philip Sousa
During the summer, Brian McKee and Sieve Uhrig
affended Boys' Slate which was held on the cam-
pus of Ohio University in Athens.
Music and Academic Awards I 125
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Many days were begun by turning on the radio in the hope tnar scnoou wounu ue
cancelled for yet another day. This hope often came true, but as with all good things,
they must come to an end. After several weeks of virtual isolation from all of our
friends, school began again. v
ln an effort to conserve energy, all classes were held in the elementary building.
Grades one through six went to school on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. iThey
missed Saturday morning cortoons.t The Junior High and High School students went
to class on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Junior High classes were held from
8:00 A.M. to noon and High School from noon to 5:00 P.M.
It was strange to walk down those halls - the halls we walked in single file as we
went to wash our hands, eat lunch, or go to recess. lt was strange to sit at those tiny
desks in the rooms in which we spent so many of our younger days. lt was strange to
see Algebra equations written on the blackboards where we had learned to count. it
was strange to reminisce about those times of long ago. lt became apparent, particu-
larly to the Seniors, as to iust how much time had really passed. A
Once again, all good things must come to an end, and the crisis was over. We
returned.to our regular buildings and our regular schedules.
Although the crisis has passed, we will remember the winter of "77" for many
other winters which are yet to come.
26 I Winter of "77" V, 2 X
AND THE LIVING I
LIBRARY AIDES: Kelly Hill, Mark Rhodes, Debra Miner, Dorena
Williamson, Lisa Hardman, Lisa Ellis, Pete Stewart
128 ! Aides
GUIDANCE OFFICE AIDES: Front Row - Robin Smifh, Jacinla Marks. Back Row - Connie Woof
fork, Cheryl Preston, Lori Young, Sherry Engle.
SR. HIGH: Front Row - Kate Slewari, Chris Fellenslein, Susan Kozar, David Rinkliff. Second Row - Lisa Kufschbach, Ellen
Cook, Laney Hawkins, Lynn Blevins, Jim George, Cindy McCoy, Cindy Arer, Dee Dee King, Joyce Wilk, Lisa Bethel, Bambi
Fefters, Kerry Aier. Back Row- Robin Smith, Mark McAdams, Karen Greenlee, Shawn Smilh, Bob Atwood.
JR. HIGH: Front Row- David True, Diane Cydrus, Tacy Good, Jerry Marks. Back Row- Jane
Strousbuugh, Sandy Hutton, Tony Neff, Tammy Slockman, Cheri Gaul, Brad Hedges, Christy
Uhrig, Lori Coftrill, Beth Forfner.
STUD NT COUNCILS
Sludenl Councils I l 29
LA TERTULIA SPANISH HONOR SOCl-
ETY: Front Row -- Mrs. Gornsi, Dorena
Williamson, Lee ,Watters, Cindy Laven-
sheimer, Patty Page, Kathy Horton, Becky
Barrow, Lisa Hardman, Cathy Rebman,
Tim Neff, David Tyo, Greg Williams. Back
Row-J. P. Hedges, Mary Bowdle, Steve
Harper, Kelly Hill, Bob Atwood, Laney
Hawkins, Kerry Ater, David Rinkliff, Deb-
bie Miner, Brenda Ball, Jeanne Chapman, N
Lori Cline, Tammy Elick, Karen Greenlee, Ni
Carol Davis, Cheryl Lovensheimer,
Tammy Jordan, Joyce VWlk, Donna Trim-
ble, Sharon Pickle, Bambi Fetters.
eseewvxwixeemseeft. . .. ei L--1 if N.. .....- . . Y l
SPANISH CLUB: Fronf Row - David Subora, Mark Colyer, Tom Owens. Second Row- Christy Barnhart, Diane Cydrus, Amy Carnes, Ted
Greg Vthlliams. Third Row- Cam Collins, David Tya, Bobby Drummond, Lori Cline, Brenda Ball, J. P. Hedges, Tim Neff. Fourrh Raw - Brent
' ' ' ' hb h K ' N ff Sher Callam. Fifth Row--L
Page, Carla Coy, Kim Cunningham, Karen Greenlee, Tom Vollmar, Debbie Barrow, Mary Kutsc ac , ns e , ry
Watters, Debbie Miner, Jeanne Chapman, Donna Trimble, Carol Davis, Cheryl Lovensheimer, Cheri Henkle, Kathy Horton, Lisa Bethel, Cat
Rebman. Back Row- Kerry Ater, Bob Atwood, Kelly Hill, Becky Barrow, Joyce Wilk, Sharon Pickle, Missy Leeth, Tammy Elick, Bambi Fetters.
130 I Spanish
QUILL AND SCROLL
xl' 3 5
FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: Front Row - Roger Tyo, Kathy Baker. Second Row- Brenda Archey, Kathy Dennewitz,
Laney Hawkins, Shelley Smith, Dona Pelletier. Back Row- Debbie Miner, Kelly Hill, Orval Gotten, Ron Dunsieth,
Bob Atwood, David Rinkliff, Kerry Ater.
SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: Front
Row - Annette Stauffer, Julia
Davis, Jackie Rahe. Second Row
- Lisa Kutschbach, Ellen Cook,
Susan Kozar, Patty Page, Lisa
Hardman, Lee Watters, Cathy
Rebman. Back Row - Lynn Blev-
ins, Chris Fellenstein, S'Lena Dai-
ley, Becky Barrow, Randy Rhine-
hart, Kate Stewart, Steve Uhrig,
Bruce Kerns, Jeff Oakes.
Quill and Scroll I 131
Newly inducted members hold a lighted
candle symbolizing scholarship, leader-
ship, character, and service.
Front Row - Bruce Kerns, Kathy Den-
newitz, Brenda Archey, Jenny Oakes,
Laney Hawkins, Lori Young, Beth Hensley,
Donna Trimble, Kerry Ater, Kathy Baker,
Ron Dunsieth, Mike McCoy. Bock Row -
Orval Gotten, Roger Tyo, Linda Osborne,
Dona Pelletier, Debbie Miner, Sue
Meneely, Kelly Jodwin, Tammy George,
Bob Atwood, David Rinkliff. s,,.s,. -....
NA TIONAL HDNOR QOCIE TY
Front Row -- Mary Bowdle, Cathy Rebman, Lee Watters, Becky Barrow, Debbie Wheeler, Chris Fellenstein, Julia Davis,
J ' to Marks. Seconf Row - Brian McKee, Jackie Rahe, Annette Stauffer, Lisa Hardman, Lynn Kelly, Potty Page, Lisa
Kutschbach Ellen Cook, Susan Kozar, Kate Stewart, Lynn Blevins, Jeff Oakes. Back Row- Craig Willis, Brion May, Auth
Kumar, Mark Ray, Perry Neff, Kenny Dennewitz, Kevin Davis, Dwain Davis, Steve Uhrig, Randy Rhinehart, Scott Daily.
l32 I National Honor Society
Front Row - Kim Kelly, Cheryl Loven-
sheimer, Peggy Scholl. Second Row- Becky
Borrow, Becky Norman, Laine Kutschbach,
Beth Carmen, Sharon Pitcox, Cathy Hamilton,
Cathy Rebman, Joyce Wilk. Third Row -
Patty Page, Debbie Miner, Cindy Loven-
sheimer, Bambi Fetters, Carol Davis. Bock
Row - Mark Bildsten, Terry Gallaugher,
Brian-McKee, Vickie Ramey, Lisa Kutschbach,
Helen Stewart, Susan Kozar, Ellen Cook,
Hedges Steve Uhrlg Second Row Jeff Oakes Shawn Smith Bruce F. .
F.T.A. and F C A ! 133
Front Row - Kim Bowling, Dona Pelletier, Steve Miner, Roger Tyo. Back Row- Annette Knight, Gin
ger Ramsey, Lori Young, Lisa Bethel, Kathy Hatfield, Jackie Young, Terri Oiler, Tammy Oliver.
134 I French and Drama Club
Front Row- Denise Kitchen, Robin Smith, Lisa Bethel, Bambi Fetters, Karen Greenlee, Carol Davis, Becky Barrow,
Patty Page. Second Row-- Elaine Merriman, Kim Bowling, Dona Pelletier, Jeanne Chapman, Brenda Ball, Robin
Ellingsworth, Peggy Scholl, Kelly Hill, Bob Drummond, Mark Bildsten. Back Row- Kate Stewart, Jim Strausbaugh,
Bob Atwood, Laney Hawkins, Lynn Blevins, Kerry Ater, Patty Arledge, Cathy Hamilton, Jim Witter, Shawn Smith.
Front Row - Bill Pelfrey, Debbie Ritfenger, Lisa McLean, Charlie, Jeff
Hedderson, Karla Hice,,Carma Anders. Back Row- Kris Neff, Gerard ' E
DeAngelis, Keith Alcorn, Becky Kelly, Debbie Hoffman. A . l
Fronf Row - Tammy Meade, George Ratcliff, Keith Chain, Jeff Conkel, Todd Grey, Don Hawk, Greg For-
cum, Deanna Schoolcraft, Anvhony Palumbo, Sian Skaggs. Second Row -'J. D. Lemasler, Advisor R. L.
Busch, Kenny Valentine, Roger Jones, Jim Hammond, Chip Frey, Jeff Chain, Scott Daily, Bob Matson, Rex
Knight, Bart Allensworth. Third Row - George Berry, Tony Mofier, Tom Howell, Mike Conkel, Mark Davis,
Leroy Haskins, Jay Bales, Brad Noble. Fourth Row - Mark Wilson, Jeff Lovely, Chris Kerns, Steve Hay,
Dave Proehl, Craig Daily, Tom Page, Mike Morgan. Fifth Row - Byron Gearhari, Jim Wilter, Jerry Gal-
Science Club I i35
We wish to express our appreciation
to those who mode the printing of
this book possible. So now, we turn
over fo you the 1977 Uniotoon.
Bud and Peggy Blevins
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowling
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bucy
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Chapman
Sieve and Yv onne Cline
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. DeAngelis
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dunsielh
Mr. and Mrs. Keilh Eblin
Mr. and Mrs. Roloerl' l:el'l'erS
Milce and Jeff Geary
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny George
Bill and Lois Good
Mr. and Mrs. David Harding
Mr. and Mrs. Rober+ E. Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Loel
Mr. and Mrs. Millon Long
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maison
Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pellelier
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pelle'l'ier
Neal and Vera Radcliff
Joyce A. Rahe
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slack
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Smilh
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Slauffer
Velma J. Sieele
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Slrausbaugh
George and Sue Young
Wanda B. Wilburn
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45 EAST WATER CHILLICOTHE, OHIO
TELEPHONE co. MARSH
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DONAHUE'S BODY SHOP
7l5 Menasha Road MQNAWA RD .,iY P Y Q, T Chillico'I'he, Ohio
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, - Pin Sfriping
- Auio Body Crashes --Jf- AMN, RD. - Rusi' Repairs
- Crash Specialisfs If 'I - All Phases of
-Cusiom Painfing FE Body Repair
- Cusiom Welding """"f3"" Mm M' - Auio Mechanical
ANDERSON DRUG STORE Upwnm 5 5-gn
l32 Easf Main Sfreel
Open Nigl1+ly Unlil lO:30 P.M.
Hospiral Supplies and Home Care
89 l Egypl' Pike
772- l 909
complimm SCHI' S
Ph : Sl H ur :
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Ri-H-inger 775-6322 lozoo-9:00
775-3333 l 2:00-5:00
SPETNAGEL ROOFING W
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Painring, Roofing, Spouring
General Slveel' Melal Work ,
96 Wesl Second S+. -A in J XX 1
l Corner of Walnul and Wafer 772-2020
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loss Nor+h Bridge , ' N
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Carl Makes Good Hamburgers ,raw-'-"' N 385 N- H59l15'f- "5 I .4
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CommercIaI and Indus'frIaI
934 E. Main S+.
Phone: 773-I I25
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TH E STAN DARD
Owned and Operafed 81
by Alva L. Graves
P.O. Box 22I -Zip Code 4560I
9I2 E. Main S'rree'l' ChiIIico+he, Ohio Deaiers in
Phone: 774-3280 Grain, Feed, and Seed
I"I O N DA
of ChiIIicoI'he FIRST FEDERAL
Terrsisvpiland LOAN ASSOCIATION
' 933 E. Main S+ I l28 W. Main
Chill Ih Oh Phone: 774-4l80
Ph 772 2006
FOOD MART -iii'
Open 7 Days 'TII Midnighf
The Friendliesf S'Iore Teenage -' Adm' Courses
in H-Ie Neighborhood 4 E Main S'I'ree+ Carlisle Corner - Up 'I
Ch II 'I'he, Oh 775 9676
, 449- Pfe-
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Fire De pa rlmenl
280l Pleasanl Valley Road
in . Egypl Pike and Ca'Hail Road
W Fire or Squad
C3 n illioothe
Good Luck +o +l1e Gradualing Class
of I 977!
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ICG. U. S. PAY. Off-
Equal Employmenf Opporiuniiy M! F Circleville, Ohio
.- 55' 'fi 5 0
Love Super and
Tha+ A Duper Our Greduaiing
i I Seniors.
i Craig Will is
PaHy Pa ge
l080 N. Bridge S+.
l92 S. Painl' S+.
Clark F. Johnson
Block and Brick
82 N P ISI'
Ch II Ih
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Why No+ Make
Ohio Universily - Chillicolhe
Your Firsl College Home?
P.O. Box 629
Funeral Home Chilllcofhe Mall
77 Easl Fiflh Sfreei, Chillicolhe, Ohio 4560l Open I0 AUM. Til 9 PUM. Mon. Thru Sat
David M. Oliver Rodger D. Glass, Direclors '2130 'lo 5:30 SundaY
l!ff'l,hll'lfff4l,lll.lh5 THE CHILLICOTHE
ot,QlLav. m IMPLEMENT co.
Ml.. Mall -.
"Children's Shoe Specialis+s" Farmau Traders
. 80 E. Wafer Sfreel'
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20-22 So. Palnl' S+. Phone: 775-5652 Chllllcolhe, Ohio Chimczthe' Ohio
D. E. DENNEWITZ
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3208 Valley Dr. Phone 775-6376
I'he mouse house
our newesl' head shop
cIo+hing: I-shir+s - ieans - iumpsui+s
hand-painfed Ieafher bells and buckles
x Bridge Sfreel'
K Zane Plaza
,,, Bridge Sfreef
Mi' Sfop and Go Plaza
1 U Jaclxson
of Chillicofhe, Ohio
Main Office Cenfral Cenler Branch Chillicofhe Plaza B h
I N. Painf Sfreef 600 Cenlral CenIer98I N. Bridge Sfreel
773-268 I 772- I 302 773-3 I 30
I I E. Main S+ree+
Phone: 773-2 I 72
VVEAR - EVER
I089 Eas+ern Ave.
A high school diploma is fhe firsi' big slap 'foward a fulfilling life 'lhese
Talre fhe lime now +0 checlr oul' anofher big s'l'ep 'Forward . . . whal' il'
means 'lo belong +o fhe Ohio Narional Guard.
"' An opporlunify fo serve your communiry and your
counfry in very meaningful ways.
'l' An opporlunily 'lo obiain specially Training +ha1'
gives you an edge in compe+ing for full-+ime worlr.
"'The bes+ paying parl-lime iob available anywhere
for one weekend a monlh and 'lwo weelrs each summer
afier basic and specially iraining periods. Today's
Ohio Naiional Guard provides excellenl' opporiuniries
for men and women.
Co A 2 lblh Engr Bn
P.O. Box 87
Chillicolhe, Ohio 4560I
"Above All Else
We're ln The People Business"
of Chillicoihe, lnc.
ELLlOTT'S BODY SHOP
Cen+ralCen+er Ph. 773-4l3l R I hm. H O 6M- W +
- a p no , wner u. es on
P Dave Wlles' Manage' R+. 3 Couniy Rd. 550 Jusi Wes? of
i t Chillicdrhe, ohio sun vane, Lalre
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L TIRE GLASSBURN'S
Discounls 'for Schools and Churches
U.S. 35 Wesl of Chillicoihe
Orange and High Sfreeis
Tires - Bafferies - Accessories
Free Pick-up and Delivery
Complefe Aulo Service
Besi Wishes 'l'o fhe I977
Senior Class of Uniofo
First National Bank
MAIN OFFICE MT. LOGAN OFFICE
27 W. Second Sf. 8I0 E. Mein Si.
WESTERN OFFICE ZANE PLAZA OFFICE
800 Wesfern Ave. l080 N. Bridge S+.
ZANE PLAZA OFFICE
Congra+uIafions +o +he
"CIass o'F I977"
Farms ' Esfafes ' Commercial from
MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP
R.F.D. 4, CircIeviIIe, Ohio
Col. George Bu'Her, Jr.
Off. 474-46 I 6
87 E. Second Sf., Phone 775-4660
"One Sfop Decoraiing Cen+er"
Home Decorafing Cen+er
87 N. Painf Sfreei, Chillicoihe, Ohio
Besl' Wishes 'ro 'rhe
Class of I977
HEATING AND COOLING
Chillicolhe Jeep Sales
Brake and Payne Lincoln 4-
Lynch Molor Car Company
Cunningham Buick -
Molnar Ponliac - Cadillac
Jennings Nile 8: Day Service
Volkswagen of Chillicolhe
Herrnslein Chrysler -
Fidelily Building I I MWMCH
and Loan Company
I EH' P33-Zsgzg LINCOLN-MERCURY Q55
I H L Insured savings W p
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Wonderful World ofFash1'on
U.S. 23 Nor+h
Home of Qualify
a Cloihing for 'rhe Enfire Family Cenier
Frigidaire Sales and Service
98 W. Second Sfreel'
Chillico+he, Ohio - 7724330 -
Besf Wishes fo fhe I977
Senior Class o'FUnio1'o
CQMPANY uNloTo Music:
63-79 Easi Main Sfreel' L
chsllacmhe, ohio J 1"'-'?-ik.
GAIB EQUIPMENT co. fwii
Your Tracfor Specialisis laden V
U.S. Rouie 23 Soufh, Circleville, Ohio 43l I3 9 X, 8
Lei us analyze
your equipmenf needs.
7 A Emu: wonxs, mc.
E. Main and Reniclr Sis.
40 N. Bridge S+.
l225 Wes+ern Ave.
Bridge at Water Streets, Chillicothe
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Congra+ula+ions QQX 85+ ls es rom+ e
+0 The Class of I977 U M
From +he Makers of RESTAU RANT
POTATO CHIPS Q2 B d 5+
1-gi? 014 CENTRAL CENTER
BoHling Co., Inc.
400E +Seven+h S+. Ch ll fh Oh
Part Plan Q
Besl' Wishes +o lhe Class
Everyfhing 'For 'I'he Office
Machines and Supplies
Ph. 774-4I 30
26 W. Second S+. Chillicofhe, Ohio
R: Ol' AMIRICA
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U.S. Roule 23, Norfh i250 Norlh Bridge
Chillicolhe, Ohio 4560i
Phone: l6l4l 775-7000
X Kingsfon, Oh
Complimenls of. . .
MINOR TRAcToR SALES
Sou+h Main S+ree+
io Ph. 642-5006
Allis Chalmers K
Farm Equipmen+ heb 'l
Lawn and Garden ' 9
GATEWAY SU PERMARKET
l26 Easf Second S+.
Phone: 773- I 839
lndependen+ly Owned and Opera+ed
Vending Specialisis for 30 Years
I79 E. Main Ph. 774-I285
Owned and Opera+ed by R. Ted Click
THE DIAMOND SHOP
The Finesl' in
Diamonds and Wafches
Corner of Pain? and Second S+reeIs
BUILDERS. P. o. Box 1798
- I nc , no
'Ng cms' othe oh' 45601
Gerald T. Aler, Builder
Phone: I6 I 4I 775- I 705
SIMON S FLOWERS
Don E. Hyer
I8 E. Second S+ree'I
K - Phone: 772- I 660
Orville J. Barreh'
Q ZANE PLAZA
A A BARBER SHOP
CH I E XQN6 Regular Haircufs and S+yl
,A Q Phone: 772 I92I
S U N D R E cmluacom Oh 0
2'E?i.i'3g3.'l'??51?l' E4 M. SMITHS
C 1' IC 1'
927 E. Main S+ree+
Chillicofhe, Ohio 4560l
Wiring New Homes
Rewiring Old Homes
P.O. Box 63
33 I Soufh Wa'H S+. - ChiIlico'I'he, Ohio
774- I I45
VALLEY GROCERY R055 AUT0 PARTS
374 S. Wall S+.
Bob ancl Mariy Tallmon Chmicmhel Ohio
Open 8'8 Phones: 774-4300 774 1860
Meals - Money Orders - lce
DON Roufe 50 Wes+ a+ Norrh Fork Village
Open 7 Days a Week
8 a.m. 'ro IO Mon.-Sal. I0 a.m. lo IO p.m. Sun.
ODE L ANDERSON'S
l Dis'l'ribu+ors of Ceacler Hill Farms Dairy L
and Meal' Producls
Serving Chillicolhe and Ross Counly 375-377 Nom, High S+,
774-I '03 Femous for Chicken ana S+ealcs
Don I. Dailey
ICE CFIEAIVI l3lW.MainS+.
RINGS'-D INC- Chillico+he, Ohio
773- I 824 775-0 I 06
I33 Easi' Seven+h Sfreef
ChiIIicoIhe, Ohio 4560I
M MONTGCMERY WARD
l ,,l?iS+inC+IX I05 N. Painf S+.
K AQ- Differenf 775-15:2
9 I Windshield Specialisfs
Au+o -- Home - S+ore Fron+s
Glass Tops for Desks and Furni+ure
GRA DY GLASS
54 W. Wafer S+. Chillicofhe, Ohio
CongraI'uIa+ions +0 Ihe
Class of I977
BRGOKSIDE CHURCH Fmm
A Vision Becoming a ReaIi+y A
Direcfor Assis+an+ Direc+or
Jack Norman, Pas+or Jack King Don Smdh
MAN KER WHOLESALE
RIEDER PHARMACY DISTRIBUTORS
Gver 25 Years 42-44 W. Wa+er S+.
of Chilliccdhe, Ohio
Communi+y Service 773-2 I94
Over 9,000 l+ems Es+ablished l928
Complimen+s o+. . .
'ROM For +he Fines+ in
Pl'mo+ograpl1y . . .
G 81 A FARM
U.S. R+. 35
W0S+ Of Cl1illiC0+l1e Specializing in Yearbook - Wedding
Phone: 775-6540 Por+rai+s - Commercial
l l33 W. Main S+.
O E Cl1illico+he, Ohio
The Long Green Lune
FREY'S TAX SERVICE
Comple+e Bookkeeping Assis+ance N , BF EQE2WK
Income Tax - Payroll -- Mon+hly Repor+s 1 I
772:40 I 8 Joe FVY 32 Nor+lw Pain+ S+.
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