Van Far High School - Redskin Yearbook (Vandalia, MO)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1978 volume:
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Van-Far High School
. ....... Marian Boyd
.. Teresa Hopke
.. Donna Morris
. Joni Williams
. Kathi Stringer
Marie B. Miller
Con ten ts -Fragile
Handle With Care
Dedication . . .
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Spir' it 1. to encourage, urge lonl, stire iupb, as to
action. 2. to infuse with energy, ardor, or life. 3.
vigorous sense of membership in a group. 4. Spirit
at Van-Far is like the wind, no one knows where it
comes from or where it goes, and like the wind rus
tling the leaves of a tree so does spirit motivate
both students and teachers.
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Spirit is a vital part of any school. A school without
spirit is like a person without a soul, for spirit is the
very life and breath of school. And what is this spirit
that is so important? It's people. It's the people of the
community, the people who teach us, and it all starts
with the people who learn: the students themselves. A
student with spirit takes all he can from life: all the
learning, the experience, and fun that are his for the
taking at school.
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Beauty and spirit go hand in
hand. This year the Redskin
Queen was judged by Mr. Rich-
ard Harvey, Dean of Patricia
Stevens Career College. Mr.
Harvey himself is a photogra-
pher and works with the model
ing department of the college.
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Recall Their High
Although the Indians were unable to pull out a
victory for the homecoming game against
Warrenton, the dance following proved to be a
great success. Music was provided by Mack's
Creek, from St. Louis. King and queen candi-
dates were selected from each class. Senior
class representatives were Keith Leadley and
Teresa Hopke. Juniors chose Bobby Stroker
and Mary Arndt. Richard Johnson and Kathy
Hillebrand were selected from the Sophomore
Class. Candidates for the Freshman Class were
Joel Zimmer and Brenda Branstetter. Senior
candidates, Keith and Teresa, were crowned
by last year's royalty, Diana Robinson and
1. King and Queen candidates: B. Stroker, M.
Arndt, R. Johnson, K. Hillebrand, J. Zimmer,
B. Branstetter. 2. I boggie all the time! 3.
Oh! Hi, Mom! 4. Eating my fingers if my fa-
vorite pastime. 5. Royalty enjoy a dance. 6.
Teresa, a million miles away. 7. Royalty: T.
Hopke, K. Leadley. 8. Do you smell some-
thing? 9. A proud junior! 10. You won't be-
lieve this but my nose is running!
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Varsity- left to right- R. Hays, P. Jennings, P. Moore,
L. Clithero, T. Hogue. 2nd row- Coach Holman, T.
Hopke, R. Adamson, J. Williams, D. Orr, S. Graves,
Mgr. D. Clithero, J.V. Team- left to right-Mgr. T.
Basinger, K. Hillebrand, R. Gooch, R. Lemasters, C.
Collier, Mgr. D. Clithero. 2nd row- Coach Joller, J.
Kohl, K. Mosley, S. Branstetter, P. Arndt, R. Trabue,
K. Kohl, Coach Holman.
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Varsit irls had an outstandin
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season with an overall record of
19-4. After capturing second in
the Hannibal Tourney, third in the
Highland Tourney, and first in
Conference and Regiona, Contests
The Indians Maidens, after an up-
set, shared the title of Conference
Champs, with Clopton an Emo ri-
val. The maidens fell short in the
substate game against the top
ranked team, Visitation, in state
50-43, which ha ened to be the
closest game the state champs
faced the entire season.
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For the Van-Far Varsity it was a disappointing season with a 4 and
20 record. The Indians missed a trophy twice losing the consola-
tion finals to Kirksville in the Highland Tournment and to Troy in
the Bowling Green Tourney. In the Regional Tournment the Indi-
ans lost a tough game to Centralia 64-62. This was the closest any
team came to Centralia in the regionals. On the other hand the
junior varsity had an outstanding season with a record of 12 and 3.
They played the last few games without 3 starters who moved to
First row, left to right, J. Zimmer,
J. Orr, D. Branstetter, J. Meyers,
Second row, Coach Holman, B.
Johnson, C. Bent, S. Smith, J.
Collier, R. Hurshman iJr. Varsity!
2. 1st rw, left to right S. Stallcup
D. Clithero, T. Dunn, R. Holman,
R. Hamlett. 2nd row, L. Griggsby,
J. Zimmer, A. Salmon, T. Bahr,
R. Reading, R. Johnson, Coach
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20 - High School Football
Wlth Bob Groff as head coach and Pat
LoPlccolo as assistant coach, the Indians
battled to a 2-7-1- record. Much effort
was put into each practice preparing for
the week's game. Van-Far defense was
outstanding week after week, allowing
only 150 points against them all season.
Several members of the team received
honorable mention for All Conference
and Rodney Nolan made First Team All
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Left to right-1st row: Coach Groff, K. Ketner, M.
Salmon, B. Walker, J. Orr, D. Overton, B. Johnson, G.
Smith, M. West, F. Richards. 2nd row: Coach LoPic-
colo, E. Ballard, J. Shiverdecker, N. Mcbride, R.
Rice, K. Overton, R. Pargeon, M. Orr, J. Zimmer, C.
Bent. Varsity-left to right-1st row: M. Dempsey, D.
Holt, B. Stroker, R. Carr, R. Hurshman. 2nd row: J.
Zimmer, T. Johnson, J. Terry, J. Pease, M. Reynolds.
3rd row: T. Hopkin, Nl. Smith, M. Blevins, B. Scha-
dael, C. Moran. 4th row: A. Salmon, R. Nolan, R.
Hopkins, L. Eskew, S. Stallcup, 5th row: Coach Lo-
Picclol, R. Johnson, D. Clithero, Coach Groff.
21 - High School Football
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1. lst row, left to right- T. Ketner, J. Zimmer, R. Pargeon,
R. Carr, M. Orr, B. Schadeal, T. Dunn 2nd row- R. Hursh-
man, J. Pease, C. Bent, T. Johnson, D. Clithero, R. Hol-
man, M. Reynolds, 3rd row, B. Johnson, R. Johnson, S.
Smith, M. Blevins, A. Salmon, J. Collier, L. Griggsby. 2.
Round and round and round 3. My face always gets like
this when I run. 4. I knew I could do it. 5. Head and shoul-
ders knees and toes .. 6. I can't get down that low! 7. Slip
slidin' away. 8. Hurshman, a huffin' and a puffin' 9. Up and
over we go! 10. Oh no! He's hot on my trail!!! 11. It takes a
great deal of concentration for me to run and hold onto this
bar at the same time!
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22 - Boy's Track
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Boy's track had an outstanding season
this year with many high place fin-
ishes in the meets. They finished 3rd
in conference, 3rd in Montgomery
City Relays, 4th in Troy Relays, 4th
ln Centralia Relays, and 4th in the
Monroe City Relays. At district nine
members qualified for state with
James Collier finishing 2nd in the
high jump at state, as well as break-
ing the school record with a leap of 6
feet, 2 inches.
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The girls track team had a very successful
E 1 season this year. Much hard work, time,
El t and effort was put into producing a winning
team. Several old records were broken and
G' new ones were set. They were undefeated
g in each triangular and singular track meet.
E They placed first in the Troy Relays and
second in the Centralia Relays. At district
m ll E I3 M they took second. Penny Jennings received
2nd ln the 100 yard dash at the state meet.
1. I made lt! 2. It's a wind-up. 3. I kicked the habit! 4. 1st row, left
to right: J. Williams, R. Hays, T. Seeley, D. Stathem, D. Obershaun,
S. Overton 2nd: Coach Joller, R. Brockman, L. Cllthero, B. Sexton,
D. Branstetter, C. Moore, C. Collier, B. Greene, P. Kuttenkuler 3rd: r
T. Hopke, S. Kohl, D. Mosley, P. Stringer, R. Lemasters, G. Nalley, ,. --rw
K. Fowler, K. Mosley 4th: P. Jennings, K. Stringer, L. Mcbride, R.
Trabue, S. Graves, K. Kohl, S. Branstetter, D. Wooten 3. That bar
gets higher every time. 6. Up..up 7. I hope I hit my feet. 8. Go! 9. A
backbend? 10. m-m good! 11. Hurry! 12. I run on air. 13. I hope I
don't hlt my head. 5. I can fly!
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Dir. Adult Ed. Sclence Rem. English
Joe Coldwell Bert Cowley Cathy Dailey
Vocational Music Business
James Eshenbrenner Dale Houck Teresa Joller
Math -' Counselor ' -Glrl's P.E.
Lowell Keltner Rachel Kohl Kristine Korff
Boy's P.E. Librarian Home Ec.
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1 Superintendent, Bill Young 2. Board
Members. 1st row left to right-L. Reese B.
' Galloway, B Kohl 2nd row- J Paris, A. Gat-
son, E Goodpasture 3 Principal R.C Ledbet-
ter 4. Bill Kohl presides over meeting. 5.
Three heads are better than one. 6. What did
, you say? 7. Mr. Gatson thinks on an issue. 8.
Cx Mr. Paris hard at work. 9. Principal, Ronald
Bettering The School Is Their Joh
The people who are responsible for the man-
agement of the Van-Far School are the board
of directors. These six members work together
to improve the school. Once a month they
have open meetings for citizens to attend and
make suggestions. Their desire is to educate
the majority with a minimum of difficulty.
Some decisions may not seem fair to all, but
the members must rise above partisanship.
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Of Education And Administration - 27
Pam Kuttenkuler Erma Ledbetter Pat LoPiccolo
Special ed. Business Social Stud.
Bill Lybarger Marie Miller Ruth Miller
Art English, Fine Arts Math
Peggy Warfield Charlotte Schwab Nancy Wasson
Rem. English English Social Stud.
Ray Lockhart Bob Williams
Science Indust. Arts
V. 1. Is Dottie really going to eat her fingers? 2. Day-
A I dreaming again. 3. Business can be amusing. 4.
This is like playing a game. 5. Concentration. 6.
3, Q Comparing work. 7. Let's see what this says. 8.
Business in operation. 9. Help from Mrs. Ledbetter.
Students Develop Skills
The practical arts offers much to the student who
desires to achieve some basics of the outside world.
Business has different subjects to offer for each
grade-basic business, typing, business, administra-
tion, Accounting I and II, shorthand, and office
Industrial arts got off to a slow start. The absense of
a teacher until the second semester prevented stu-
dents from enrolling in classes which interest them.
Physical education is useful in keeping your body in
shape. Games, yoga, and dancing are a few of the
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Nina Barber Rulh Hill
Vlrginla Thompson Mary Wallace
Loulse Atkinson Lois Hudson Thelma Rutherford
Don Mltchell 4Gene Syler Mary Hesse
30 Personel Vocational Arls
1. The three stooges? 2. Who says boys
can't sew? 3. Hard workers. 4. I think I
have hives! 5. You didn't know I was
asleep did you? 6. I'm busy. 7. Deep
concentration. 8. Santa's elf? 9. That's
amazing! 10. Don't look at me like
The N GCGSSI t1 es
' ' Of Life
Home economics, agriculture, and adult edu-
cation are the Vocational Arts offered. Home
Ec Classes are basic home ec, family living,
child development, foods, and clothing. In Vo
Ag I, greenhands learn to keep records and
study different parts of the anmals. Other Ag
Classes offer more advanced study. Adult edu-
cation includes basic and advance subjects.
The classes of bookkeeping, typing, tole
painting, basic education, microwave cook-
ing, and men and women's physical education
32 - Fine Arts - Freshman
Whether slnglng, playlng a muslcal ln-
strument, alntln , or actin out a la
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you can express your own creativity
through the fleld of flne arts. Each fine
art has Its own way of presenting its
achievements. Palntlng, sculpting, and
drawlng are displayed ln the art show
case. Band and vocal music show their
talents through marching and concerts.
Those ln dramatlcs wantlng to express
their abllltles can be In contests and
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Band Pre-game show. 3. I'lI be
a star someday. 4. Glee club at
Chrlstmas Concert. 5. Yes, I
made this pot.
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hard as usual. 3. But this says
4. I really didn't write this. 5.1
wonder if Mrs. Scwab knows what
this book says. 6. Oh wow! This is
the most terrible thing I have ever
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Each Language Arts Class has it's own
distlnctlve way of bettering the students'
Engllsh knowledge. Basic English, which
every one must take, gives each student
the fundamentals and prepares him for
other elective classes. In expository
wrltlng each student learns techniques
used by other writers and then puts them
into use. Speech Class teaches the stu-
dent how to speak better ln given situa-
tlons. English ls still a very important
necessity to survive in today's society.
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Selma Jay Mark ' Kevin Stephanie
Newland Orr Orr Overton Overton
Richard Lindell Tammy Cheryl Ronnie
Pargeon Perry Perkins Rathburn R Ice
Freddie Debbie Chuck Kelly Greg
Richards Robinson Ross Shannon S mlth
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36 - Science - Freshman
1. Did ou hear about 2. How
much longer before It explodes. 3.
I'm not always exclted. 4. Du- I
don't know. 5. Even Mike Ilkes to
play around. 6. Look Bobby, what
is It doing?
38 - Library - Sophomores
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The busiest room in the school
is the library. Its shelves are
lined with books and magazines
to help each student. Reference
books seem to be the most used
as students usually have at least
one report. Magazines are very
handy when something is to be
done on current issues.
1. Not all Librar-
ians are sour. 2. We
dldn't do anything
honest! 3. Who said
that TIME is boring.
4. I'II give you my
best profile. 5. Do
you know what this
book says? 6. I'II
pretend I'm read-
ing. 7. Don't bother
me PM busy.
Library For Assistance
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Kathy Dwayne Ronnie Alan Ronnie
Hlllebrand Hopke Hopkins Howdeshell Hurshman
Susan R lchard Taron Kevin Regina
Jennings Johnson Johnson Jones Kauble
Kurt Ross Kelly Robyn Eddie
Ketner Lam me Langston Lybarger McAfee
Eddie Lynne John Cindy Mickey
McCollum McDannold McDowell Mefford Mink
Penny Page Alan John
Moore Mottez Nelson Overstreet
Damlon Sherman Jim Tony
Overton Overton Pease Reed
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1 l 1. Teacher's Alds- Row 1, M. Arndt, D. Hea-
ton, C. Wooten, K. Hasslen, D. Selger, R.
Lybarger, L. Shlverdecker, Row 2 L. Hahn,
R. Trabue, D. Cllthero, P. Mlllard, R. Hop-
klns, T. Hopke, L. McBride, K. Allen, Row 3,
C. Moran, M. Boyd, M. Terry, B. Baker, P.
Morris, S. Clark, C. George, D. Lybarger 2. It
takes talent to do this klnd of thlng. 3.
Teacher's Alds Row 1 T. Baslnger, L. Clith-
ero, C. Moore, T. Seely, D. Aubuchan Row 2
L. Glrlard, R. Gaw, B. Kohl, R. Caldwell, C.
Collier, R. Hays, T. Dunn, Row 3 T. Low-
rance, B. Stroker, R. Carr, R. Holman, S.
Stallcup, M. Mlnk, D. Whlte, B. Bounds. 4. I
use Ultra-Brite. 5. I never knew that. 6. I for-
got to shave this mornlng.
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Salmon Schadel Schadel Scham ma
Charles Jeff Mike Scott
Shearon Shlverdecker S mlth Stal Icup
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Terry Thompson Todd
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For the students who
work in the offices
it is not an easy
hour. There is al-
ways something to
be done. Absentee
slips are collected,
as well as answering
any phone calls.
When something is
to be typed they are
usually asked to do
it. Most of the rest
of their time is used
to duplicate mate-
rials. Their work is
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Cathy Robyln L isa Sharon Scott
McDowell Gaw Kohl Kohl Allen
Pres. Vlce Pres. Sec. Treas.
Mary Tom Tammy Tersa Jennel Ie
Arndt Bahr Baslnger Branstetter Brewer
Robyn Davld Travis Sylvla Lorl
Brockman Carlson Case Clark A Cllthero
44 Redskm Juniors
Tamey David . Jlmmy
Cutrlght Day Dowell
Darly Gary Brenda
Erhart Esk ew Foree
Lynne Mlke Bruce
Glrlad Gosnell Carter
Originality is an important objective in
the publishing of the Redskin. Editor
Ruth Adamson chose to center this
year's Redskin around the theme,
Everyone works very hard and diligently
to meet the deadlines at which specific
pages have to be in. Layout Editors as-
sign particular pictures they want taken
for their pages. They also assign the
Copy Editors the amount of copy needed
for each page. Art Editors keep busy
drawing for both the Redskin and Scoop
1. Yes I'm busy! 2. M.
Boyd, K. Hasslen, P. Jen-
nings, T. Basinger, K.
Peery, K. Stringer, J.
Williams, J. Maxwell, C.
McDowell, A. Paris, R.
Hamlett, D. Morris, N.
McDonald, D. Cowley, T
Hopke, L. Werner, R.
Adamson, T. Case, J.
Brewer. 3. Delisa day-
dreaming 4. Oh! Yuk! 5.
Fa-la la. 6. Tersa ls
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Kevin Leland Leann Randy Eddie
Grlggs Grlggsby Hahn Hamlett Hays
Robert Teresa Dean Alan Penny
Hays Hogue Humphrey James Jennlngs
Phil Kevln Jan Davld Randy
Johnson Langston Maxwell McBrlde McMorrls
C l ndy
Kevin Lorl Dlane -
Morrls Morris Mosley
Deedra Donna Arnold
Orr ' Orr Pargeon
Rod Mlke Jlmmy
Reading Reynolds Roblnson
Students worked dill-
gently in order to put
out a top rate paper
wlth news of the cur-
rent activitles at
school. Each student is
required to prepare ar-
ticles for each edltlon.
A printed paper ls pub-
llshed bi-weekly for
school and appears as a
page ln the Vandalia
Leader the following
week. The Scoop ls
under the supervlslon
of the editor, Robyn
Trabue, and sponser
Mrs. Marie Miller.
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1. Do you want to do thls? 2. Scoop Staff-at table D. Clithero, P. Uhey, V.
McDowell, R. Trabue, K. Stringer, J. Williams, K. Hassien, C. Wooten, P.
Millard, R. Middleton, L. McBride, T. Hogue, S. Kohl, J. Zimmer, S. Er-
llch, Back Row P. Jennings, R. Gaw, R. Reading, J. Brewer, T. Basinger,
R. Brockman, L. Cllthero. 3. If you knew what I was thinking you would be
llcklng your lips to. 4. This type ls so small I can barely make it out. 5.
Kash using her artistic abllltles. A
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Shaw Shlverdecker Sparks S mlth
Paiii Bobby S- Brad Joe
Stringer Stroker Terry Walker
Terry Karen Charles Doug
Welr Weldy West Wood
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"Healthy, Babies, Chance or
Choice" was chosen as the Na-
tional FHA Project. The organiza-
tion strove to teach others, as well
as themselves, the importance of
prenatal care. During FHA Week,
they prepared a faculty breakfast,
observed Teacher Appreclation
Day, and promoted the national
project. Presenting the style show
and holding a road block for the
Heart Fund were adltional pro-
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An Important Part Of FFA
Future Farmers of Amerlca is an or-
1 ganlzatlon whlch prepares boys and
glrls for the fleld of agriculture. The
club has many activities for the
turkeyshoots, slave auctlon, camp,
and fairs. FFA is under the supervlsion
of Mr. Joe Coldwell.
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1. Row 1-K. Morrls, D. Orr, L. GI-
rard, D. Hopke, T. Lowrance, K.
Leadley, D. Orr, B. Kohl, P. Carlson,
Advlsor: J. Coldwell. Row 2-J.
McDowell, K. Jones, B. Fowler, D.
Lybarger, G. Fowler, R. Hurshman,
R. Caldwell, R. Carr, W. Meyers.
Row 3-D. Kelly, A. Howdeshell, S.
Allen, K. Huff, D. Cllthero, M. Cul-
well, J. Heaston, D. Hopke, R. Carr.
Row 4-D. Wright, J. Kohl, L. Hahn,
D. Hopke, W. Natlon, D. Mathews, G.
Smlth, C. George, A. Wlnders, E.
McAfee. Row 5-K. Teague, G. Es-
kew, M. Cutrlght, A. James, J.
Meyers, D. McDonald, T. Caldwell,
L. Nutt, T. McCoy. Row 6-L. Eskew.
2. K. Leadley, President. 3. Trap
Wlnnersz Row 1-T. Lowrance, S. Al-
len, D. McDonald. Row 2-M. Cul-
well, D. Hopke, K. Morris. 4.
"There's an easy explanatlon
we're glued to our seats."
Marshall S usan Paul
Caldwell Callanan . Carlson
Roger Mark David
Carr Clinton Clithero
Abby Del isa Mike
Cook Cowley Culwell
Mike Gary Tad
Dempsey Deppe Dunn
Seniors - Letterman's Club - F.C.A.
Lead To Other Organizations
Many partlclpants were ln-
volved ln the Fellowship of
Chrlstlan Athletes and the Let-
termen's Clubs. Havlng the
meetings durlng school enabled
students to partlclpate more
actively FCA actlvltles In
eluded FCA Sunday at the Flrst
Baptlst Church and Chrlstmas
carollng to the varlous homes
and nursing homes of Vandalla.
1. Row 1: Coach Keltner, R. Adamson, B. Stroker, M.
Dempsey, D. Holt, L. Clithero. Row 2: D. Overton, M.
Reynolds, R. Crr, T. Dunn, R. Hays, C. Moran. Row 3:
R. Hopklns, M. Blevlns, J. Pease, R. Hurshman, J.
Zimmer, S. Stallcup, Row 4: T. Johnson, A. Walker,
D. Cllthero, T. Hopke, R. Johnson, R. Nolan. Row 5:
B. Sexton, L. McBride, P. Jennings, J. Williams, T.
Bahr. Row 6: R. Schaedel, M. Clinton, R. Hamlett, R
Reading. 2. "I used my Arrid thls morning." 3. Row 1
L. Keltner, J. Wllllams, T. Dunn, R. Hays, T. Hopke.
Row 2: R. Schaedel, D. Overton, R. Adamson, R.
Carr, B. Stroker, L. Cllthero, C. Moran. Row 3: B.
Johnson,R. Hopklns, J. Pease, J. Zimmer, R. Johnson.
Row 4: J. Tipton, T. Lowrance, R. Rlce, P. Carlson,
D. Cllthero, T. Bahr. Row 5: R. Trabue, B. Sexton, R
Hamlett, J. Orr, R. Reading. 4. The Three Stooges.
Letterman's Club - F.C.A. - 53
Sam Janet Glenn
Ehrlich Esposito Fowler'
Paul Virgil Paula
.Fowler Girard Goodman
Randy Ronnie Terry
Gordon Greene Grigg
Myra K i m Rhonda
Hardy Hassien Hays
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1. Quill 8. Scroll-Row 1-S. Kohl, J. Brewer, D. Cow-
ley, T. Case, C. Wooten. Row 2-R. Adamson, K.
Stringer, M. Boyd, L. McBride, T. Hopke, R. Mlddle-
ton, D. Morrls, N. McDonald, Row 3-M. Miller, R.
Reading, J. Wllllams, R. Gaw, D. Cllthero, J. Max-
well, L. Werner, T. Baslnger, C. McDowell, R. Brock-
man, P. Jennings, L. Cllthero, K. Peery, K. Hassien.
V. McDowell, J. Zimmer, P. Mlllard, A. Paris, T. Ho-
gue, S. Erhllch, R. Hamlett, P. Uhey, R. Trabue. 2. I
don't now why they always have to force me into
things. 3. Mm Mm good! 4. Honor Society-Seated-B.
Baker, J. Wllllams, R. Trabue, L. Werner, R. Adam-
son, D. Breneman. Standing-M. Miller, K. Dailey, K.
Hasslen, V. McDowell, D. Cllthero, M. Prittchett, R.
Helm, K. Peery, K. Allen, D. Hooclc. 5. New Mem-
bers-Seated-R. Hays, K. Langston, C. McDowell, S.
Kohl, L. McBride. Standing-L. Cllthero, A. Paris, L.
Shlverdecker, T. Branstetter, T. Basinger, K. Morris,
T. Hogue, R. Carr, L. Hahn.
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this year. The lnductlon ceremony
for sixteen members was held dur-
lng an assembly.
Quill 8. Scroll - Honor Society -
Ti m Dwayne Lori
Lowrance Lybarger Lynn
Elwyn David Leann
Maiden Marshall McBride
Nancy Pam Mike
McDonald Millard Montgomery
Donna Pam Denise
Morris Morris Moss
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Tim L anette Kathy
Overton Pease Perry
Mike Jackie Charley
Pritchett Rice Richards
Pete Chris Roger
Rulo Schuessler Seeley
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1. Row 1-Cheerleaders-D. Cowley, D. Breneman. Row 2-D. Rob
inson, S. Callanan, Row 3-N. Allen, A. Cook, B. Baker. 2. Alter
nates-M. Arndt, B. Nation. 3. Pep Club-Row 1-B. Baker, M.
Arndt, A. Cook, N. Allen, D. Robinson, D. Cowley, S. Callanan,
D. Breneman. Row 2-Sponcer, T. Jollerp V. McDowell, K. Has-
sien, J. Williams, B. Baker, Sponcer, P. Kuttenlculer. Row 3-C.
Collier, D. Clithero, K. Kelly, C. Moore, T. Seeley, D. Holt, R.
Trabue, R. Hays, L. McBride. Row 4-S. Graves, D. Wooten, P.
Millard, C. Wooten, D. Morris, R. Brockman, L. Werner, C.
McDowell, J. Maxwell. Row 5-Z. Collier, M. Reynolds, K.
Fowler, S. Overton, G. Nalley, T. Johnson, M. Hardy, C. Moran,
K. Stringer. 4. "Hey Cutie"-Mascot Shonda Suddarth. 5. "We
are ROBOTS." 6. "I can write anything I want to." 7. "That
wasn't funny ...I just have these fits sometimes."
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Club Seated L Shiverdecker, C Wooten M Butler, P. Uhey. Standing-Sponcer, B. Ly-
bargerj P. Moore, J. Meyers, L. Pease, A. Howdeshell, P. Fowler, M. Blevins, K. Allen, R.
Nolan, R. Johnson, S. Allen. 5. Oops! 6. Pep Band-Row 1-D. Cowley, R. Gaw, C. Moore, L.
Girard, L. Kohl, D. Wright. Row 2-Sponcer Bert Cowley, C. Girard, B. Sexton, T. Keller,
S. Kohl, V. McDowell, P. Stringer. Row 3-P. Fowler, J. Robinson, D. McBride, D. Brene-
man. Row 4-J. McDowell, L. McBride, A. Paris, J. Williams, K. Stringer.
Those Who Excel!
66 - Art Club - Pep Band
Two organizations helped the
school to become a little more
colorful. They were Pep Band and
Art Club. Pep Band members and
director, Mr. Bert Cowley, put
forth much effort to make the at-
mosphere a little brighter by play-
ing popular tunes between boys
games and at halftime. Art Club,
under the leadership of Mr. Bill
Lybarger, met every Monday night
In the art room. They used this
time to work on paintings, ceram-
ics, and sculptures.
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3. Here we go INDIANS here we go! 4. Tweet tweet tweet.
70 -- Band
FRENCH HORN TROMBONE
R. Adamson P. Fowler
S. Taylor D. McBride
C. Wooten J. Robinson
T. Keller D. Kelly
A. Paris W. Nation
K. Hillebrand R. Hopkins
D. Johnson R. Maple
B. Sexton L. McBride
T. Bahr T. Dunn
P. Jennings R. Gooch
C. Girard J. Overstreet
S. Kohl R. Trabue
R. Hamlett BASS
J. Adamson P. Carlson
C. Bent J. McDowell
S. Stallcup D. Wooten
R. Pargeon J. Tipton
B. Fowler J. Kohl
B. Johnson TYMPANI
D. McDonald D. Clithero
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People fall to reallze the time and
efforts put forth by the Chlefs Band
Auxlllary Units. Each remalned after
school once a week to prepare their
routlnes for the next performance.
A few Improvements were made
among the units this year. Each indi-
vidual group was provided with simi-
lar styled tiaras. The majorettes re-
celved new black uniforms wlth gold
1. R. Middleton, P. Uhey, T. Perkins, T. Hopke,
M. Terry, B. Natlon, J. Rice, R. Hayes, N. Mc-
Donald 2. S. Branstetter, B. Branstetter, R. Ly-
barger, R. Helm, S. Graves, K. Allen 3. D. Orr,
P. Mlllard, P. Arndt, R. Trabue 4. R. Brockman
5. J. Wllllams 6. D. Orr, L. Pease, T. Hogue, K
Weldy, 7. C. Thompson
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74 - Activities
1. "Come on bab Iet's dance " 2. "Now how doI et down from here"' 3. "We're o ' B i
y . g . c ol.
Are you?" 4. "Noiiv kids, how would you lilke to hear a little story!" 5. "Rod! Look at this
fox!" 6. "Really, Brenda!" 7. "Get High!" 8. "It'II cost you, to get a picture of a famous
painter like me!" 9. Seniors registering to vote. 10. "I don't understand."
This year's F.F.A. Barnwarming proved to be different
from the previous ones. The tunnel was built outside the
building. This left a lot more room inside for the activi-
ties. One of the important events of the night was the inl-
tlation of the greenhands. Various pranks were pulled on
them such as squeezing rotten tomatoes and crawling
through a hog catcher.
Barnwarming klng and queen, Tim Lowrance and Nancy
McDonald, were crowned after refreshments were served.
Other queen candidates were Teresa Hopke, Lisa Thomp-
son, Kathi Williams, and Debbie Wilson. Paul Carlson,
Keith Ladley, Dwayne McDonald, and John McDowell
were the remaining king candidates.
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The smell of evergreen welcomed
everyone as he entered the Christmas
Dance. Trees, Chrlstmas scenes and
wlse men turned the gym into "Be-
ginning of a Christmas Dream". En-
chantment and excitement filled the
alr, but the dreamy mood was set by
"Ax". Susan Callanan and Paul
Carlson, seniors, were selected queen
and king. They were crowned by Vir- Q I9
gena McDowell and Marty Keller,
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1. Christmas Dance Queen Susan Callanan, King Paul Carlson. 2. Members of the
Ax. 3. "We never do things like this ln England." 4. "I really dig this music."
5. "WouId you llke to arm rassle?" 6. "I could dance all night. 7. "I forgot to
take my pep pills this morning." 8. "Mike, I've had enough of thisll' 9. Seniors
use artlstlc ability.
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has two banquets to honor the athletes of foot-
ball, basketball, and track. At the football
banquet Coaches Groff and Keltner gave
speeches and handed out the awards and let-
ters to the players. For the athletes ln basket-
ball and track another banquet was held. All
the awards were given and then they retired
Joni Williams' uniform number and shoes to
the trophy case.
1. Football Queen of Victory Kathi Stringer. 2. "What can I
say!" 3. Members of All-Conf. Football. 4. Basketball
Queen of Victory Joni Williams. 5. A moment to be remem-
bered. 6. Congrats, Robyn! 7. The Snowden Award. 8. Bas-
ketball King of Victory David Clithero. 9. "Oh gee, thanks
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Before each football game and between each basketball
game a special young lady is called to front and center to
take her place as princess for that one night. A member of
the football or basketball team receives the honor of
crowning the princess. These girls are chosen by the stu-
dent body. They are then invited to attend the athletic
banquet in the season that they reigned. A queen is chosen
at the banquets.
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tlonal sparkle was the prince of vlctory.
These were chosen by the student body the
day of the game. Basls for thelr selection
was popularity. A king was then chosen
from these fellows. This new tradition that
we hope to continue.
2 Bottom Row: D. Holt, R. Nolan, M. Dempsey
Top Row: T. Dunn, R. Reading, D. Clithero.
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here, I'II take you." 3. A highlight of
the show." 4. "And here she is!" 5.
"And the sinners are ..." 6. A rose was
presented to the officers. 7. A member
of Kiss. 8. "Watch your step, Kelly." 9.
A tin soldier.
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M usjc Provides
This year the band and vocal groups
participated In four concerts. The
Christmas and Dinner Concerts were a
combination of the choral groups and
bands. For the spring appearance, each
had separate concert for the people to
enjoy their favorite klnd of music.
1. "Playing muslc makes me so tlred."
2. "I sure get tired of holding up this
music!" 3. Where are we? I just lost my
place!" 4. "You had better keep your
distance!" 5. Donna Morrls receives the
John Phllllp Sousa Award. 6. "Every-
time I turn around, you take my pic-
ture." 7. Deanna Brenneman receives
Vocalist Award. 8. Members of the Glee
Club performing at the Dinner Concert.
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Spring dance. The gym's decor in-
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signifying spring fever. From eight to
eleven "Friends" provided music
consisting of various rock tunes. Gary
Deppe and Kathi Stringer reigned
over the dance being crowned by last
year's king and queen David Carlson
and Kaye Dunn.
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Gary Deppe, and Kathi Stringer. 3. Spring Dance candidates K. Kohl, D.
Wilson, K. Stringer, Nl. Arndt, D. Clithero, J. Pease, G. Deppe, Not Pic-
tured, J. Robinson. 4. Enthusiastic freshman. 5. "You'lI never guess what I
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Mildred Hughes .....
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Amy Hughes ..... Deanna Breneman
Mrs. Hughes ..... .......Ruth Adamson
Dottie Kixmlller ........... ........... R ita Middleton
Maryrosalie Vogulhut .... ..
Hope Shuttleworth ...... ....
Ruth Coates ............ ..
Officer Lipscomb .....
Teddy Hughes ....... ..
Tommy King ...... ..
Mike Tisdale ......
Mr. Hughes ........
Charles Collier ......
Snazzy Mitchell ......
1. Harriet and Jesse Hughes, the parents of four lively, young teen-
agers, have just moved to Butterfield. 2. Amy, their youngest daugh-
ter likes to practice her cheers at home. 3. It isn't long before the
Hughes family is in trouble with the policewoman.
doesn't seem too surprised. 4. Mildred's snooty boyfriend, Charles,
doesn't impress Mr. Hughes. 5. Mrs. Coates, a member of high soci-
ety, is president of the Clover Club, which Mrs. Hughes wants to join.
6. Mike Tisdale convinces Jean, who thinks she's in love with him, to
have the party after prom at her house. Tommy King and Ruth
Coates, Mlke's girlfriend disapproves. 7. Teddy Hughes has quite a
time trying to keep all his dates from running into each other at the
party. 8. Sally, Teddy's girlfriend, confronts him with the truth. 9.
Snazzy stands up to Mike and wins the love and respect of Amy. 10.
Jean and Tommy find love and Jean discovers popularity isn't every-
thing. 11. Meanwhile Mike is forgiven by Ruth. 12. Sally forgives
Teddy, but Officer Lipscomb runs into his car. 13. Mrs. Marie Miller
received roses and an opal ring from the cast.
The Senior Class of '78 presented ,B v 1
a delightful comedy of a mixed-
up family. The Hughes family just
moving to Butterfield try to get
involved with the social crowd
own party which becomes a wild
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RUTH ADAMSON -- Band 1,2,3,45 GAA 25 Glee Club
1,2,45 Mixed Chorus 15 14 Karat Gold 35 Scholarship
Award 1,2,3,45 Honor Society 3,4, Vice Pres. 45 All
Conf. Chorus 2,45 All Conf. Band 35 Quill 8. Scroll
3,45 Redskin 3,4, Editor 45 Senior Yearbook Editor
Award5 Career Club 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Hon. Men.
All Conf. 45 Softball 15 Golf 25 Letterman's Club 3,4,
Sec. 45 FCA 3,4, Treas. 35 Scholar Quiz 2,3,45 Who's
Who ln American High School Students 3,45 State
Band Contest 25 Speech Contest 45 Drama Award 45
Senlor Play 45 Society of Distinguished American High
School Students 45 Yearbook Who's Who Award 45 I
Dare You Award 4.
KELLY ALLEN - FHA 1,2,3,45 YES 1,4, Pres. 45 Aux.
Band 2,3,45 Honor Society 3,45 Art Guild 4.
DAWN AUBUCHON - FHA 15 Counselor's Aide 35 V
BENITA BAKER - FHA 1,3, Sec. 35 Aux. Band 25sPep
Club 4, Sec. 45 Honor Society 3,45 Who's Who in
American High School Students 3,45 Society of Disti-
gulshed American High School Students 45 Prin.'s Of-
fice Aide 45 Scholarship Award 1,2,3,4.
BRUCE BOUNDS - Mexico Vo-Tech 3,4.
MARIAN BOYD - FHA 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Quill 8.
Scroll 3,45 Redskin 3,4, Layout Editor 45 Career Club
45 Who's Who in American High School Students 3,4.
DEANNA BRENEMAN - Band 1,2,3,45 Glee Club
1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Who's Who in American High
School Students 3,45 Society of Distinguished Ameri-
can High School Students 45 Honor Society 3,45 14
Karat Gold 35 Cheerleader 1,3,4, Alt. 25 Pep Club
1,2,3,45 All Conf. Chorus 1,25 Scholar Quiz 35 FHA 1,
Rec. Leader 15 GAA 1,25 Senlor Play. 45 Drama Award
45 Speech Contest 45 National Choral Award 4.
MARK BUTLER - Student Council 45 Art Club 2,3,
Vice Pres. 35 Ind. Arts Club 3. '
SUSAN CALLANAN -- GAA 1,25 FHA 15 Track 25
Band 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Who's
Who in American High School Students 45 Career Club
45 Christmas Dance Queen 4.
PAUL CARLSON -- FFA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Sentinel 45
Football 35 Letterman's Club 35 FHA 45 FCA 45 Yes 45
Band 1,2,3,45 Christmas Dance Klng 45 Senlor Play 4.
ROGER CARR - FFA 1,2,3,45 Football 3,45 Hon. Men.
All Conf. 3,45 Basketball 25 Track 2,3,45 Cross Country
25 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 FCA 45 Scholar Quiz 45
Welghtllftlng Club 45 Farm Management Team 4.
MARC CLINTON - Basketball 1,2,35 FCA 35 Letter-55
man's Club 3.
DAVID CLITHERO - Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice
Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Honor Society 3,45 Letterman's Club
1,2,3,45 FCA 1,2,3,45 Career Club 45 Pep Club 45 Bas-
ketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Captain 2,3,45 All A
Conf. 35 Hon. Men. All Dist. 35 Hon. Men. All Conf. 45
Outstanding Freshman 15 Most Improved Back 35 Best
Offensive Back 45 Football High School All American
45 Track 1,2,3,45 Track Hlgh School All American 25
Prince of Victory 4, King 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Scoop 3,4,
Sports Editor 45 Quill 8. Scroll 3,45 Boy's State 35
Scholar Quiz 45 Nona Hyde Lenora Younger Scholar- 5
ship 45 Who's Who in American High School Students
3,45 Prln.'s Office Aide 3,45 Society of Distinguished
American High School Students 45 Scoop Award 45
Yearbook Who's Who Award 45 Speech Award 45
NEMSU Regents Scholarship 45 I Dare You Award 4.
ABBY COOK -- Cheerleader 3,45 Track 2,35 FHA 25
Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Central Christian Scholarship 4.
DELISA COWLEY - Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 All
Conf. Band 1,2,35 All Dist. Band 45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45
Cheerleader 2,3,45 GAA 1,25 Glee Club 15 All Conf.
Chorus 15 State Band Contest 3,45 FHA 1,25 Redskin
- Senlor Activities
Asst. Layout Editor 45 Quill 8. Scroll 45 Scholarship
Award 1,2,3,45 Certificate of Recognition Scholarshlp5
DAR Scholarshlp5 NEMSU General Scholarship.
MIKE CULWELL - FFA 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 2.
MIKE DEMPSEY - Football 1,3,45 Best Offensive
Lineman 45 Letterman's Club 3,4, Pres. 45 Prince of
GARY DEPPE - Chorus 25 Ind. Arts Club 1,2,3,45
Spring Dance King 4.
TAD DUNN - Band 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track
35 Letterman's Club 45 FCA 3,4, Captain 4.
JANET ESPOSITO - Band 1,2,3,45 All Conf. Band 2,35
Scoop 35 Quill 8. Scroll 35 Scholar Quiz 25 YES 45
Career Clu 35 GAA 1,25 Basketball 15 FHA 1,2, Histo-
rlan 25 Scholarship Award 2,3,4.
PAUL FOWLER - Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Art
Club 45 Ind. Arts Club 15 Mexico Vo-Tech 3,45 VICA
Sec. 3,45 VICA Parlamentary Procedure Team 3rd I
Place Dist. 3.
PAULA GOODMAN - Aux. Band 2,3,45 GAA 1,25
Glee Club 2,35 FHA 1,25 Pep Club 15 Basketball Man-
RANDY GORDON - Scholar Quiz 45 Science Club 4,
Vice Pres. 45 Career Club 45 Who's Who in American
High School Students 35 Drama Award 4.
TERRY GRIG - Glee Club 1,2,35 All Conf. Chorus 25
Who's Who in American High School Students 35
MYRA HARDY - Career Club 45 Pep Club 45 FHA
1,25 Art Club 1.
KIM HASSIEN - FHA 1,25 Basketball 15 GAA 1,25
Pep Club 4, Vice Pres. 45 Career Club 3,4, Sec. 45
Band 1,2,3,45 Honor Society 3,45 Student Council 2,35
Quill 8. Scroll 3,45 Scoop 8. Redskin 3,4, Business
Manager 45 Class Sec. 15 Class Pres. 25 Senior Play 45
Redskin Award 4.
RHONDA HAYS -- Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45
Volleyball 25 Cheerleader 1,25 Pep Club 1,2,45 Letter-
man's Club 3,45 Aux. Band 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,25 FHA 15
FCA 3,4, Sec. 45 YES 45 Glee Club 45 Chorus 2514
Karat Gold 35 Career Club 3,45 Class Vice-Pres. 15
Speech Contest 45 BPW Career Girl 45 Rotary Govt.
Day 45 Michael Deppe Scholarship 45 Drama Award 4.
ROBYN HEIM - FHA 1,45 Aux. Band 2,3,45 YES 4,
Sec-Treas. 45 Honor Society 3,45 Outstanding Physical
Ed Award 2.
ROD HOLMAN - Track 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Mr.
Hustle Award 25 Cross Country 1,25 Speech Award 4.
DON HOLT - Football 1,2,3,45 Most Improved Line-
man 25 Best Offensive Lineman 35 Golf Helmet Award
45 All Conf. Defense 2,35 Hon. Men. All Conf. Offense
35 Track 1,2,35 Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Sergeant Of
Arms 45 Pep Club 45 Prince of Victory 45 Weightlifting
Club 4, Pres. 45 Senlor Play 45 Special Speech Award, I
DANNY HOPKE - FFA 1,2,3,4, Parllmentarlan 3, 2nd
Vlce Pres. 45 FFA Trap Team 1,2,3,45 Senlor Play 4.
TERESA HOPKE - Basketball 1,2,3,45 Letterman's
Club 3,45 FCA 4, Treas. 45 Redskin 3,4, Copy Editor 45
Quill 8. Scroll 3,4, Pres. 45 GAA 1,25 FHA 1,2,3,45Par-A
leamentarlan 35 Career Club 45 Aux. Band 1,2,3,45 5 I 8
Homecoming Queen 45 Who's Who ln American High G
School Students 35 Glee Club 2,3.
DAVID HOWDESHELL - Football 1,2,35yTrack 1,35
Letterman's Club 45 Who's Who ln American High 5
School Students 3. 5
KENT HUFF - FFA 4.
DIANE HULL -- FHA 15 Aux. Band 2,35 14 Karat Gold
35 Chorus 2,3,45 Conf. Chorus 2,3.
BOB KOHL - FFA 1,2,3,4, Treas. 45 YES 1,2,3,4,
Pres. 2,3. 5
JANICE KRIGBAUM - FHA 15 Glee Club 15 Concert
KEITH LEAD LEY - FFA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 47 Band 1,27
Pep Band 1,27 Homecoming King 4.
TIM LOWRANCE - Class Treas. 17 FFA 1,2,3,4, Re-
porter 3, 1st Vlce Pres. 47 Ind. Arts Club 2,3,41 Class
Pres. 37 Student Councll 3,47 FHA 47 FCA 47 YES 47
Barnwarmlng King 47 Star Chapter Farmer 27 Senlor
Play 4. 7
DWAYNE LYBARGER - FFA 2,3,4.
LORI LYNN - FHA 1,22 Glee Club 37 Mlxed Chorus
LEANN MCBRIDE - GAA 1,22 Cheerleader 17 Pep
Club 1,47 Art Club 17 Band 1,2,3,4, Vlce Pres. 47 Pep
Band 1,2,3,47 Basketball 27 Track 2,3,47 Letterman's
Club 47 Career Club 37 Student Councll 37 Scoop 3,4,
Fashion Edltor 47 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 47
Scholarshlp Award 3,47 Who's Who ln Amerlcan Hlgh
School Students 37 Scoop Award 4.
NANCY MCDONALD - FHA 1,2,4, Treas. 47 GAA 1,22
Aux. Band 1,2,3,47 Student Councll 1,27 Class Pres. 17
Volleyball 1,27 Football Prlncess of Vlctory 47 Qulll 8.
Scroll 3,47 Redskln 3,4, Layout Edltor 47 Senlor Play
VIRGENA MCDOWELL - FHA 1,2,47 Career Club 3,47
Pep Club 4, Treas. 47 Honor Soclety 3,4:'QUlll 8.
Scroll 3,42 Class Treas. 47 Band 1,2,3,47 Scholarshlp
Award 1,2,3,47 FFA Sweetheart 27 Chrlstmas Dance
Queen 37 Soclety of Dlstlngulshed Amerlcan Hlgh
School Students 47 Senlor Play 4.
RITA MIDDLETON - Aux Band 1,2,3,47 FHA 17 Qulll
8. Scroll 3,4, Vlce Pres. 47 Scoop 3,4, Feature Edltor
47 Career Club 47 YES 47 Class Treas. 37 Class Sec. 47
Who's Who ln Amerlcan Hlgh School Students 3,42
Senlor Play 4.
PAM MILLARD - FHA 1,2,47 Volleyball 1,21 GAA
1,27 Aux. Band 2,3,47 Scoop 3,47 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47
Career Club 3,4, Pres. 47 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Who's Who
ln Amerlcan Hlgh School Students 47 Scholarshlp
Award 3,42 Senlor Play 47 Scoop Award 47 G.H. Dud-
ley Scholarshlp 47 Legal Secretary Award 4.
CHARLES MORAN - Football 2,3,47 Hon. Men. All
Conf. Defense 47 Best Defenslve Back Award 47 Let-
terman's Club 3,47 Student Councll 47 FCA 47 Pep
Club 47 Art Club 47 Class Pres. 47 Boys State Alt. 37
DAR Cltlzenshlp Award 47 Chorus 2,3f Conf. Cholr 2,37
BPW Scholarshlp 47 MFA Scholarshlp Alt. 47 Mexlco,
Ledger Courtesy Award 4. '
DONNA MORRIS - Band 1,2,3,4, Pres. 47 FHA 1,2,
Treas. 17 FTA 1,2, Treas. 27 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47 Reds-
kln 3,4, Copy Edltor 47 GAA 1,27 Prlncessof Vlctory 37
Volleyball 17 Class Sec. 27 Career Club 47 Pep Club 47
Scholarshlp Award 2,3,47 Senlor Play 47 State Music
PAM MORRIS - FHA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3, Treas. 27 Glee
Club 27 FHA key 4.
DENISE MOSS - Glee Club 1,2,3,47 FHA 17 Chorus 2.
RODNEY NOLAN - Football 1,2,3,47' All Conf. 1,47 All
Dlst. 3,47 Letterman's Club 2,3,47 FCA 2,37 Art Club
1,2,3,47 Welghtllftlng Club 4.
S:ANDY ORR - Volleyball 1,27 FFA 17 GAA 27 Glee
C ub 3.
TIM OVERTON - Basketball 1,2j FHA 47 Pep Club 47.
LANETTE PEA SE - Volleyball 17 FHA7171-.GAA 17
Aux. Band 2,3,47 Glee Club 37 Art Club 4.53
KATHY PEERY - FFA 1,2,3, Sec. 3, Star Chapter
Farmer 2, BPM Award 2, State Llvestock Judging 2,
Area Farmer 37 Band 1,2,3,47 All Conf. Band 2,31 YES
47 Honor Soclety 3,47 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47 Redskln 3,4,
Photographer 47 Blology Award 27 Speech Contest 47
Scholarshlp Award 1,2,3,47 Who's Who ln Amerlcan
Hlgh School Students 3,47 Soclety of Dlstlngulshed
Amerlcan Hlgh School Students.
MICHAEL PRITCHETT -- FFA 1, Creed Speaker 17
Scholar Qulz 2,3,47 Honor Soclety 3,47 Speech Con-
test 47 Scholarshlp Award 1,2,3,4f Curators Scholarshlp
47 Senlor Play 47 Drama Award 47 Math Award 47
Yearbook Who's Who Award 4.
JACKIE RICE - FHA 47 Aux. Band 3,47 Glee Club 27
Career Club 37 Class Sec. 37 Pep Club 17 Senlor Play
CHRIS SCHUESSLER - YES 47 Band 1,27 Mexico
Vo-Tech 37 Art Club 17 Art Award 4.
TORI SEELEY - Pep Club 1,2,3,4f GAA 1,27 Cheer-
leader 1,32 Track 2,4f Concert Chorus 27 FHA 1,2.
KAREN SHARP - Glee Club 2,37 Scholarshlp Award
KATHI STRINGER - Band 1,2,3,47 Pep Band 2,3,47
Art Club 1,2,3,47 Football Queen of Vlctory 47 Redskln
8. Scoop 3,4, Art Edltor 47 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47 Student
Councll 2,3,47 Track 1,2,3,47 Basketball 1,27 Senlor
Play 47 Art Gulld Contest 47 Sprlng Dance Queen 47
Art Award 4.
ROBYN TRABUE -- Basketball 1,22 Volleyball 17
GAA 1,22 FHA 1,2,3,4, Vlce Pres. 2, Hlstorlan 37 Pep
Club 1,2,47 Career Club 37 Honor Soclety 3,4, Sec. 47
Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47 Scoop 3,4, Edltor 47 Glee Club
2,3,4j Chorus 17 14 Karat Gold 37 Aux. Band 1,2,3,4j
YES 47 Outstandlng FHA 27 Alt. Soph. Pilgramage 27
Who's Who ln Amerlcan Hlgh School Students 3,42
Soclety of Dlstlngulshed Amerlcan Hlgh School Stu-
dents 3,47 Prlncess of Vlctory 47 MFA Scholarshlp 47
Scoop Award 4. .
PAULA UHEY - Aux. Band 2,3,47 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47
Scoop 3,4, Make-Up Edltor 47 YES 47 Class Treas. 27
Class Vlce Pres. 47 FHA 1,21 GAA 1,27 Cheerleader
1,2,37 Speech Contest 47 Scholarshlp Award 2,3,47
Yearbook Queen 27 Senlor Play 47 Art Award 47 Drama
LYDIA WERNER - Chorus 27 All Conf. Chorus 27 Pep
Club 47 Scholarshlp Award 1,2,3,47 Honor Soclety 3,4,
Pres. 47 Redskln 3,4, Lay-out Edltor 47 Qulll 8. Scroll
3,47 Supt.'s Offlce Alde 1,2,3,47 Who's Who ln Amerl-
can Hlgh School Students 47 Senlor Play 47 Redskln
JONI WILLIAMS -- Basketball 1,2,3,47 All Conf. 2,37
All Dlst. 2,37 Captaln 1,2,3,4f Mlss Clutch 2,37 Mlss
Rebounder 37 All State Basketball 47 Highland Tour-
ney All Tourney Team 3,4, Most Valuable Player 47
Track 1,2,3,4j 3rd State-880 run7 Band 1,2,3,47 All
Conf. Band 1,32 Pep Band 3,47 Drum Majorette
1,2,3,47 Art Club 27 Qulll 8. Scroll 3,47 Scoop 8. Reds-
kln 3,4, Art Edltor 47 Honor Soclety 3,4, Treas. 47 FCA
1,2,3,4, Capt. Elect 47 Letterman's Club 3,47 Cheer-
leader 1,27 Pep Club 1,2,4, Pres. 47 Student Councll 17
GAA 1,27 Basketball Queen of Vlctory 47 Prlncess of
Vlctory 37 Who's Who ln Amerlcan Hlgh School Stu-
dents 37 Soph. Pllgramage Alt. 27 All Conf. Cholr 17
Glee Club 17.Art Award 47 Yearbook Who's Who Award
47 Redskln Award 47 G.H. Dudley Scholarshlp 4.
CARRIE WOOTEN - GAA 1,27 Volleyball 1,2, Hlgh
Scorer 17 Class Vlce Pres. 2,37 Art Club 4, Sec. 47 Ca-
reer Club 3,47 Pep Club 47 Prlncess of Vlctory 2,37
Prom Queen 37 FHA 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Qulll 8. Scroll
3,42 Scoop 3,47 Scholarshlp Award 37 G.H. Dudley
Senlor Actlvltles - 105
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Joy Davis Kathy Forehand
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Juanita Gartman Natalie Gibson
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Dick Gima Robert Groff
Lynne Hickok Clarence Holman
Speech Clinician Soc. Studies 81 P.E
110 - Teachers - Jr. High Activities
Students have more chances
to participate in different
actlvltles. Clubs and organi-
zations occupy thelr time.
For a change of pace, stu-
dent councll sponsored as-
semblies, wlth the help of
the cheerleaders at those de-
voted to pep. Social life was
important to these young
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Stella Weldy Lois Jeffries
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114 - Teachers - Jr. High Football
Team Work Improves Record
1. "Who ls the wise guy that put glue on the football field'?" 2.
Eighth Grade Football Team: Row 1: T. Mottaz, C. Potter, J. Ba-
slnger, T. Early, A. Chatman, J. Mahaney, D. Ballard, C. Kohl. Row 2: W. Salmon, T. Moore, D. Crow, B. Erhlich, K. Langston. Row 3:
Coach Holman, T. Branstetter, A. Griggsby, M. Blevins, R. Tread-
way, J. Johnson, C. Brenemen, L. Dempsey. Not Pictured: E. Over-
ton, D. Parker. 3. "Slnce I've started using this new cologne I've be-
come Irresistible!" 4. Seventh Grade Football Team: Row 1: D. Hull,
R. Dowell, R. Greene, G. Carr, T. Blevins, R. Girard, T. Cockrell, -
. . . : . . Terry, B. Wheeler,
R Nelson, J Branstetter Row 2 E Overton, B
A. Williams, D. Sinclair, B. Allen, S. Wheeler,
The Van-Far Eighth
Team Improved the
record from 2 wlns
and 2 losses to 4
wins and 1 loss.
grade couldn't quite
get things going and
ended up 0 wins and
4 losses. Both teams
worked hard at
practices for the
benefit of the team.
Jr. Hlgh Football- 1
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Caroll Chatman Connor
Glen Ralph Melnssa
Connor Cullum Culwell
Tern Angie Danme
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DeTienne Dorsel Dowell
Kevin Robyn James
Fischer Fletcher Foi les
Jerry Krista Robbie
Foi les Flowers Gillenwater
Gosnell Grant ...S
118 - 5th Grade - Girl's Jr. High Basketball
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,b V ' E 1. Row 1-J. Kutcher, C. Stapleton, P. Winders, D.
g L Lewis, T. Bontz, L. Kelly, L. Clithero, L. Myers. Row
" S 2-J. Nau, T. Orr, W. Cockrell, K. Hanson, K. Libby,
! R. Howdeshell, A. Barnes, M. Howell, C. Culwell, D.
5 Newland, V. Reading, P. Pargeon, T. Joller. 2. I hope
my brakes still work!!! 3. The Jr. High girls play
tough! 4. It's up for grabs!! 5. I sure hope it goes in. 6.
g Catch me if you can!! 7. Every little bit counts!!!
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Girls Junior High Basketball
provided much excitement in
the first year of competition.
This team had an outstanding
season, finishing with an over-
all record of 7-4. They also
captured consolation in the
Mark Twain Tourney.
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120 - 5th Grade - Track
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A Successful Track
1. 7th grade track-J. Gillenwater, R. Nelson, T. Blevins,
R. Girard, C. Waters, T. Branstetter. Row 2-Coach Hol-
man, E. Overton, R. Dowell, B. Allen, D. St. Clair, A.
Williams, D. Trower, S. Wheeler. 2. 8th grade track-C.
Thompson, Del Lee Jefferies, T. Early, A. Chatman, D.
Stathem, D. Bealmsn, J. Gilky, C. Potter. Row 2-C.
Breneman, T. Branstetter, A. Griggsby, J. Johnson, R.
Tredway, M. Blevins, J. Basinger, B. Ehrlich, Coach
Holman. 3. Troy tried hard to help the team. 4. I'm all
tuckered out!!! 5. s-t-r-e-t-c-h 6. Girl's track-C.
Sumrall, S. Hassien, D. Lewis, T. Bontz, L. Kelly, S.
Coolier, L. Clithero, B. Ketner. Row 2-J. Nau, K. Han-
son, K. Libby, W. Cockrell, K. Robinson, L. Hamlett, C.
McCoy, K. Robinson.
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High Track Team had
a successful season.
The boys finished 2nd
in conference, 2nd in
the Louisiana Ribbon
Meet and 3rd in the
Bowling Greene Rib-
bon Meet. For the girls
many records were
broken as well as hav-
ing a good season.
They finished lst in a
quadrangular meet at
Clopton, 2nd ln a tri-
angular meet at home,
and 3rd in conference.
Harold Karen Pam
Lomeline Mathews McCoy
Laverne ' Mark Marsha
McCurdy McPheroon Minor
Mona Lisa David
Minor Mulherin Myers
Lionell Stephanie Brian
Shaw Shaw S mith
Kristy Stacie Tonya
Spires Sprouls St. Clair
Patrick Jerry Lisa
Stinnett Sumrall Terry
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once again spon-
ft. 5 1'
sored the Spaghetti
Supper and the
Spring Dance. Un-
der the leadership
of Mrs. Joy Davis,
they added several
Jeople took part in
the Gong Show
which proved to be
a big success.
Grades 5-8 also
in pennies to the
Farm by having a
contest between the
Row 1-T. Blevins, R. Tredway,
M. Howell, K. Hansen, A. Barnes,
J. Smith, L. Clithero. Row 2-D.
Middleton, T. Orr, Y. Schaedel,
J. Runyon, R. Howdeshell, G.
Reading, T. Johnson, P. Herren,
L. Reese, C. Stapleton, C. Wa-
ters. Row 3-M. Blevins, D. Crow,
J. Hassien, J. Basinger, C. Brene-
man, C. Thompson, S. Wheeler,
J. Davis. 2. I'm all ears!!! 3. I'm
so attentive. 4. Judges for the
gong show. 5. President, Rusty
Tredway. 6. OH Boy, if you could
only see what I see. 7. I think I
could see better if I would cut my
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Michelle Darin 'Greg .,
Diamond Galloway Gatson
Heather Jimmy Sam
Gatson Gi I Ienwater Gilkie
Brady Tyrone Scett
Graves Green Greenplate
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Teachers Are Shown
A p pre cja ti on !
1. I'm all thumbs! 2. HOLD Everything, I thlnk I feel a chln Whlsker!! 3. L.
Cllthero, K. Kohl, V. Reading, J. Barnes, K. Hamlett, P. Winders, P. Herren,
S. Geerllngs, R. Girard. Row 2 - D. Trower, C. Breneman, D. Robertson, B.
Allen, L. Dempsey, K. Libby, K. Hanson, D. Newland, D. Rentfro. 4. Now
walt a mlnute, I don't understand!! 5. President, Joey Hassien. 6. Row 1-A.
Barnes, M. Howell, C. Thompson, K. Langston, J. Hassien. Row 2-C. Kohl,
M. Hasslen, A. Gatson, R. Flowers, D. Newland, L. Nolan, D. Brewer, J. Rob-
erts, Row 3-D. Flscher, K. Snodgrass, T. Branstetter, S. Jones, J. Carlson, W.
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Honor Society - 129
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Bobby Mike Kevin
Johnson Johnson Keltner
Charles Kim Steve
Kent Kohl Kohl
John Leann Tracy
Kurz Kutcher Lange
130 Publications, S lxth Grade
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Young journalists were start-
ed ln the Junior High Publi-
cations Class. They studied
the history of printing which
famillarized them with jour-
nalistic forms and styles.
printing the Junior High
4 Spy. This gave each student
a preview of journalism.
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Row 1-K. Hanson, J. Brewer, C. Thompson, K. Langston, A. Barnes, J. Hassien.
Row 2-A. Park, C. Kohl, P. DeTienne, R. McAfee, J. Seeley, D. Hopke, J. Sten-
nlt, K. Splres, Y. Scheadel, S. Green, D. Davis, A. Gatson. Row 3-T. Moore, K.
Campbell, K. Snodgress, L. Dempsey, B. F-owers, D. Crow, J. Johnson, B. Snod-
grass, J. Carlson, G. Moran, T. Mottaz, D. Bealman, C. Potter. 2. We better beat
that deadline ...... before Mrs. Park beats us!! 3. Maybe is I press hard enough I can
flatten my ear 4. Don't watch, I'm in the process of biting off my lip! 5. It would
help if I could read my own writing! 6. The class hard at work!!! 7. Don't worry, I'll
finish someday ln the far off future!! 8. Now Mrs. Park, I know I'm right .. aren't
I??? 9. working diligently to complete assignments. 10. Mrs. Park aids Judy.
Publications - 131
Mrs. Addie Park supervised -i
Tim Jody Billy
Perkins Potter Prior
Peggy Scott Darin
Rackers Rathburn Rentfro
Ray A I len Diana
Schenke Smith Smith
F.I-LA. Puts Emphasis On Health
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Sewlng and cooking are not the only projects
of the Junior High Future Homemakers of
America. This year's chapter developed a
program on health which was presented before
the junior high. The program was based on a
game show composed and written by the
members. Regional meeting, Christmas carol-
lng, and Fun Night were other activities ln
which they participated.
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Rosalyn Stephanie Jodie
Weiser Weiser Williamson
Karen Carla Lori
Wilson Wortman Yates
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direction of Nlr. Bert Cowley,
practiced daily to improve their
vocal abilities. They also began
harmonizing by singing in parts.
Performances were made by the
students at the Dinner and Spring
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1. Have you ever tried to slng wlth your mouth closed? 2. Row 1 D. Lewis,
C Carver J Smlth K Stotler D Heaston D Jeffries S Morris D L
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barger, L., Cox, A. Ijanders, C. lNaters, M. McMorris, Row 2 L. Stolter, L.
Kelly, L. Cllthero, K. Kurtz, K. Marshell, S. Geerling, S. Hodgins, K.
Culwell, D. Parker, D. Trower, D. Stoller, R. Krlgbaum, A. Chatman, E.
Overton, D. Jeffries, R. Moore. Row 3 D. Lewis, P. Pargeon, J. Barnes, E.
Kohl, G. Reading, M. Hassien, J. Gamblain, L. Jerman, E. Bradley, K.
Gordon, L. Rentfro, T. Early, D. Shambach, T. Powell, W. Runyon. Row 4
R. McCoy, W. Cockrell, K. Libby, R. Howdeshell, V. Neighbors, L. Gore,
A. James, M. Steele, B. Malden, T. Branstetter, B. Allen, W. Salmon, R.
Richards, D. Stathem, J. Grlggs, B. Cowley. 3. Do you see what I see? 4.
Thls is really excltlng? 5. I really only have one eye. 6. The 1977-1978 Jr
Hlgh Chorus. 7. What are you looking at?!!
Jr. Hlgh Chorus - 139
140 - Seventh Grade - Fifth Grade Classrooms
1. Kris Flowers with certificate
she received for her prize winning
poster. 2. Why won't she ever call
on me when I Know the answer?
3. Another exciting day! 4. Mrs.
Gartman do you really expect us
to believe that? 5. I Think I know
the answer. 6. We All knew you
were going to take this picture
as 1 ,.,e.
As the flfth graders stepped off their buses to the pave-
ment leadlng to the mlddle school they reallzed that
they were enterlng a world quite different from that
they had known. The new atmosphere of the middle
school encouraged a new form of study. The comfort-
able surroundlngs made It easy to work. The students
are now more responsible for their actions. One dlsad
vantage for the flfth graders was no more recess.
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Ricky Rusty ' Elmo
Nation Nelson Overton
Larry Beth Ginny
Pease Pearson Reading
L isa Lauren Debra
Rees Rentfro Robertson
Danny Joan Cindy
Schamma Smith Stapleton
Lori Danny Jeff
Stotler St. Clair Sumrall
Sheryl Kevin Brian
Surnrall Teague Terry
Big Respons1'b1'1i tj es
1. I don't thlnk I know the answer to
that. 2. Hey you 3. I know I saw
the answer ln here somewhere.
4. That can't be the rlght answer.
5. I hope the teacher doesn't see Thls
Note.5. At least the teacher THINKS
we're busy. 7. Hurry up before she
comes back In here!
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The slxth graders are glven more responsi-
blllty In preparing them for junior high.
Each student moves from class to class as In
junlor hlgh, but the prlvllege of choosing
classes ls just given to the upper classmen.
There are not as many actlvities, but ev-
eryone feels he has more freedom. Each
student stlll dreams of junior high and the
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Doug Chris Steve
Trower Waters Wheeler
William Audie Paula
Wheeler Williams Winders
144 - Seventh Grade - Seventh Grade Classrooms
1. I thlnk I'm belng spied on. 2. I can
read with my eyes closed! 3. This ls the
hardest class I have all day. 4. Don't
bother me now, I'm going to answer thls
question. 5. Idon't Believe thls. 6. I
don't understand any of thls. 7. Look
over here, we All know the answer.
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Mark Elwyn Troy
Blevms Bradley Branstetter
Chris Donnie Karen
Breneman Brewer Buchaltz
Krystal Judy Evan
Campbell Carlson Case
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Anthony Wendy Sharon
Chatman Cockrell Collier
Angie David Albert
Crenshaw B Crow Cullom
Karen Donna Larry
Culwell Davis Dempsey
Ehrich EI iff
Gatson G ilkey
150 - Eighth Grade - Jr. High Assemblies
Assemblies Afro use
For the Junior High students assemblies were held for
education, fun, and school spirit. A film was shown by
Fantastic Caverns to tell students about the formations
of caves. Student council acted out five short com-
edies, and the cheerleaders performed during pep as-
semblies. At Christmas a gong show was presented by
the students. '
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Moss Mottaz Newland
Vickie Dale Lori
Neighbors Nichols Nolan
Tina Penny Darin
Orr Pargeon Parker
Kenny Cary Troy .
Pease Potter Powell
Richie Julia Walt
Richards Roberts Runyon
Walter Yvette David
Salmon Schaedel Schamback
James Brian Karen
S eeley S nodgrass S nodgrass
Karen David Michelle
Spires Stathem Steele
Jane Dale Kelly
Stinnett Stotler Stowell
Craig Rusty Mark
Thompson Tredway Wortman
Honored At Assembly
Thls year the elghth grade graduation came at the end of the
honor assembly. The assembly began with the presentation of
awards, lncludlng English, DAR, outstanding student, athletic,
science falr, and recognition of achievement of Junior High
Band Members. At the end each eighth grader's name was
called to receive his diploma from Principal Ronald Stallcup
with hopes and dreams of the coming high school years.
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A. J. 8. Wanda Baslnger Family
American Family Insurance
Artex Hobby Products Inc., Carol Keller
Audraln County Co-op
Ayers Oll Co.
Bahr's Quality Cleaners
Beauty Nook, Llnda Stowell
Bett's Furniture Store
Blll Crow Real Estate
Blll's Shoe Store
Bland's Robo Wash
Bowling Green Vet Group
Burney 8. Helen's Style Shop
Cathle Van Matre, Director Jevenile Court
C 8. B. Garmet Company
Crlstano S. Gualberto, M.D.
Coast to Coast
Dave's Car Wash
Derby Gas Store
Don Glasford Insurance
Don Langford Insurance
Don's Small Engine Shop
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Whistler
E. R. Cordry, D.O.
Ennls Implement Company
Elzea Egg Company
Flrst Chrlstlan Church
FowIer's Service Station
Gamble Palnt and Glass Company
Gary L. Hahn, DBA Hahn's Derby
Hall 84 Sons
Harblson Walker Refractorles Co.
Harold's Barber shop
Hassien's AG Store
Hassien 8. Baslnger Assoc.
James R. Dougherty, D.O.
Jennlng's Implement Company
Jerman's Farm Supply
Jlm's Body 8. Radiator Shop
J. W. Stotler 8. Sons
K. D. Swan D.O.
Lacross Lumber Company
Laddonla State Bank
McCollum's Servlce Station
Moran's Small Engine Repair
M. R. Goodln Store
Mr. and Mrs. James Cafer
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Schuessler
Mr. and Mrs. Saleem Hasslen
Nell's Beauty Shop
North Amerlcan Refractorles Co.
Outlaw Radiator Repalr
Pabst's Alr Condltlonlng 8. Heating Inc.
Pat's Beauty Shop A
P. N. Hlrsch
Prudentlal Insurance Company
Rex. D. Carter, D.O.
R. M. Lange, D.O.
Ron Carver Insurance
Seeley's Servlce Station
St. Clalr's Etc. Etc. Etc.
Storch Ford Mercury
Ted Mottaz Chevrolet
Town 8. Country Cafe
Vandalla Bulldlng Center
Vandalla Drlve - In
Vandalla Firestone 8. Appliance
Vandalla Garmet Company
Vandalla State Bank
Whlte Lumber Company
W. L. Howell, D.D.S.
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