W T Woodson High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Fairfax, VA)

 - Class of 1964

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Happiness is the Ides of iVlarch . . . graduation under the new lights . . . being GlYoung At Heartn . . . five slaves . . .y Hap- piness is a date for the prom . . . seeing 4'lVlaverick,, at Congress . . . Woodsoifs facility heating the Red- skins . . . a liumper sticker on every car . . . Happiness is watching the temperature climli the Light Brigade thermometer . . . a crown and a bouquet of roses . . . a successful class party . . . Miss Story cheering for the faculty team . . . almost trouncing the seniors . . . Ole H01StiHveSfisateS1heAir FOTCC' AC3dCmY at College night. With everything else on your mind, it's easy to forget your locker combination, according to Hiingertipsn Holst. Happiness is le at oodson, happiness is . . . 18 Activities Ole in mechanical drawing fwho's teaching who?J Ole presents his native flag to Mr. Chesley. 3 a f i 5 a friend from Denmark A new flag was added to the five flag poles in front of W. T. Woodson. Ole and John Haynie raise the Danish flag. Between classes, in the cafeteria, and at social and athletic events, Cavaliers frequently saw a 5'9', Scandinavian with blue eyes and a friendly smile. Ole Holst, Woodson's first foreign exchange student, arrived from Denmark last August, after crossing the .Atlantic with over two thousand other teenagers who were also destined for American homes and schools under the American Field Service Program. In addi- tion to his basic senior courses of English, government, and math, Ole was enrolled in Woodsonis electronics course. He was also a member of the Electronics Club, as well as an honorary member of the Senior National Honor Society. He spent the year studying, making innumerable friends, speaking to student groups in the area, sharing his life in Copenhagen with American friends, and learning about "the American way of lifef, Before returning to his native Denmark, Ole spent three weeks touring the US. Activities 19 l Christmas arrived, 4 1 1 2 ':Angels we have heard on high . . ." Barbara Allen mails a Christmas card in the Student Govern- ment mail box. 20 Activities The hand practices during their lunch hour for the Christmas Concert. with cards, door decorations, and a concert Each light on the Student Government tree represented the completion of a Christmas package for a needy family. The Choral Department entertained the student body with Christmas Carols. Activities 21 The Queen and her court: Gail Johnson, Nancy Raine, Mary Margaret Marston, JoAnn Coakley, .loan Cushman, Kathy Cloney. Seniors sponsored the Christmas Formal On December 21, 1963, the Senior Class sponsored the Wonderland by Night, the first formal dance open to all students. On the evening of the dance, couples arrived to find both cafeterias decorated according to the uwonderland by Nighta' theme. The 'cmain ballroomw was cafeteria A, which housed the queenis throne and the Partymakers, who provided entertain- ment. At the entrance, there was a lily pond crossed by a bridge. Cafeteria B was equipped with refreshments, tables, and a huge Christmas tree, and turned out to be the scene of a Christmas carol-hootenanny during the intermission. The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the court and the corona- tion of Miss JoAnne Coakley as queen. Jo- Anne and her escort led the assemblage in the royal dance, to no other tune than '4Won- derland by Nightf, 22 Activities Kathy Cloney and Randy Galbraith man the ticket station Well, not everybody can do the "bird" in spike heels. The Queen, JoAnne Coakley, and her escort, Brian Shirley, have the honor of a solo dance. ..., M mm, .,... is? l E 1 l 1 w tivities 23 2 ' -M' . ,. 3 W, M V iw, A QW? six 191. is 'xsfff 7-Q va if as sm 514 3 X v Q fda, MAM- msg.. K K W U S ks f W --M , -,,-wa Qi, .muh ii Ib. , -Sri? f 6315352 ,gf Q-3, V wi fe ff? mf' .glam E M' 3 Alt, QM . ,S-fm 4 wg- is gf? f .5 v P as ,rmii . A win as , 55 Expectant juniors wait for the point to be scored. Seniors in a mock basketball game in January . . . . Sen'o h 1 d h 'A ' " The Semor Pep Band dlsplays thelr enthusiasm. 1 r C eer ea ers C eer for the Workmg men' Activities 25 One, two, three, four . . . l The dragon adds life to the Toyland scene. Who says that Mr. Buskirk doesn't live like a King? auditorium for the musical Extrava anza '64 l , , , Gypsy Rovers sing at night to please the girls. Activities 27 Belinha Rowley and Vicki Durnford sing a song from Wonderful Town in the Drama Department's Bill Franz was one of A Pair o presentation of Odds 'n Ends. Lunatics. WT players presented second Odds ,119 Ends Old man, Paul Ramsey, hobbles across the stage in The Lottery. 28 Activities In The Man Who Came to Dinner, Bob Garner receives admiring guests with all his accustomed charm and grace. Belinha Rowley, alias Bloody Mary, displays a shrunken head to the on-looking sailors. Activities 29 Behind the scenes during the magazine drive. School and community worked together on the ln early March, Woodson students were introduced to the most highly organized, most intensive drive it WTW,s history, the Cavalier Light Brigade. Cavaliers combined their energies with local civic groups and businessmen in a concentrated effort to raise the 320,000 necessary to light the stadium. The drive was officiated by Mr. Wilbert Tucker Woodson, former superintendent of schools, after whom the school was named. Working closely with the SPTA and the Student Government, Mr. Woodson lent enormous enthusiasm and energy to the campaign. Each group represented in the Senate was given a quota, decided by the club's size. Each day presented new fund-raising projects, from a Varsity-Faculty game to a slave day to the old stand-by, the bake sale. One of the biggest selling points of the drive was the necessity of lights for the graduation exercises of Woodsonis first Senior Class. ln addition, planners felt that if WTW were able to buy the superior fa- cilities aimed for, it could be used in future seasons as a municipal stadium, 30 Actu ities Look out, Chicken Little, the sky is falling F The uR0vers" sing for the Light Brigade. The CHVHHST Stadium- Light Brigade, o0dson' s mammoth fund drive The "bunny hop," Redskin-Woodson style, is led by "The Great Bald Eagle." Activities 31 FALL SPORTS AWARDS WINNERS. First Row: Wally Burke, Varsity Football Sportsmanshipg Ken Pennington, Outstanding De- fensive Backg Butch Smarr, Varsity Football Outstanding Defensive Lineman. Second Row: Dan Shultz, .l.V. Football Sportsmanshipg Rick Munnikhuysen, Varsity Football Outstanding Offensive Linemang Varsity, , and Frosh c 6 i Cindy King, Varsity Hockey Outstanding Playerg Mrs. W. T. Wood- song Diane Waters, J.V. Hockey Sportsmansltipg Garry Maupin, Varsity Football Outstanding Offensive Backg Richard Corey, Fresh- man Football Sportsmanship. brated a second season l The coaches and teams were given a banquet at the end of the fall season. 32 Activities .lunior Varsity Football Coaches Knupp and Litman, Mr. W. T. Woodson, Varsity Coach Billak, Freshman Coach Witt, Varsity Coach Lehman Miss Legarde presents Mrs. Woodson a WTW athletic blazer. Wally Burke receives the sportsmanship award from Mr. Woodson, WINTER SPORTS AWARD WINNERS. First Row: Stephanie Issitt, Varsity Basketball Outstanding Playerg Sharon Harler, Unalefeated Swimming Team Co-Captaing Anne Chandler, Undefealed Swimming Team Co-Captaing JoAnne Coakley, Varsity Cheerleading Captaing Connie Gossage, Varsity Basketball Sportsmanshipg Carol Giller, J.V. Basketball Sportsmanship. Second Row: Cenard Girard, Varsity Wres- 1 ACtlV1t1CS tling Outstanding Playerg Henry Heselton, Most Promising Wresllerg Dave Strong, .l.V. Basketball Sportsmanshipg Dave Oliverio, .l.V. Basketball Outstanding Playerg Gabe Oliverio, Varsity Basketball Outstanding Playerg Karl Hess, Most Improved Marksmang Hap Hodges, Fresltman Basketball Outstanding Player. Banquet and dance wound up the Winter sports Next year's captains and coach: Gabe Oliverio, Coach Jenkins, John Martin. Boop Rowley attempts to console Chemistry class stands in response ,loan Hitchcock, hacked by Pep President Barnett pon- startled Vicki Dumford in a scene to dedication of new flags placed Band, leads an early morning rally. dew the problenl of ex. from Wonderful Town. in every classroom by the DAR. C655 money? 36 Activities Yeah, Beatle Calias Mr. Lehmanll Scalp Redskins! Barry Meyers entertains at Confident of success, president of the the Hootenanny. newly formed Model Rocket Club, Dave Fullerton, prepares the first launching. '4Oooh mon kiki"' exclaims Miss Valiere in her well- "Don't you dare throw that snowball at me." kn0w11,F1'eI'1Cl1 style. Activities 37 This is one way to raise funds for the Stadium lights. Leslie Brookins leads her slave by a chain on Junior Slave Day. Fun and games were not entirely unknown The Sweetheart Queen, her court, and their escorts: First Row: Connie Walters, Karen Kilgore, Gail Johnson, Charlotte Harlan, Mary Margaret Marston, Joan Cushman, Rachael Roop, Sandie Holliman, Linda Renick. Second Row: Jim Franca, Clint Hubbard, Chris Walhberg, Bobby Bowers, Butch Smarr, Fred Nato, Richard Payne, Bob Harmon, Dennis Carr. 38 Activities Members of the National Ballet demonstrate a few fundamentals during their performance for Woodson and Fairfax seniors. to oodson students Sharon Hutson named the Thespian Society inductees in January. 5 I In between his duties as a Junior Slave Mike Beale tries to get some work done while in class. The fall publication's drive netted over fifteen thousand dollars. The fun and games are, at times, rewarding. The Seniors, hiring Junior Slaves in the above pictures, were contributing to the Junior Class treasury. Though not so professional as the National Ballet Company, Woodso'n,'s top performing artists were rewarded by induction into the Thespian Society. The publications drive financed The Cavalier, the Cavalcade, and the Page. Activities 39 W EQTAHI I f 1 ACADEMICS Happiness Is , . .W Happiness is-seeing the light dawn . . . hot coffee in the lounge . . . no departmental meeting . a sharp- ened red pencil . . . a free period . . . Happiness is a multiple choice test . . . a student teacher . . . get- ting in to see lVIr. Chesley . . . thirty 'LAN papers . . . class on the lawn . . . Happiness is a clean gym suit . . . a broken uChicken Fati' record . . . a substitute teacher . . . no interim reports . . . chalk that doesnlt squeak . . . an enthusiastic student . . . college ac-t ceptance . . . Happiness is a completed term paper . . . Ano home work . . . a field trip . . . heating the tardy hell by a split second . . . an open hook test . . . a long Monday Student Government meeting . . . election to the Senior Honor Society . . . EMORY CHESLEY Principal ADMINISTRATIO 42 Academics JOHN BROADDUS ROBERT PHIPPS ROBERT SIMMS Assistant Principal Assistant Principal Assistant Principal for Administration for Instruction for Vocational Trainin Mi-t Douglas, an administrative assistant, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Barrett, Mr. Chesley, Mr. Woodson, Mr. Carstcadden, and Dave Barnett reads the announcements Over the P-A. composed the steering committee for the Light Brigade. DOROTHY HIPPLER ALMA RICH RAY VOLRATH Office Secretary Secretary to Mr. Chesley Administrative Assistant Academics 43 , . ,,,Lri- A ,.f :-:HUM , , I , 1 - ' f-1 LLLLL I ' P- f 'L'L I ' V' Y of --'Riff fi i s yssaa s f VVKV sw' Q 'k", 1 xr- H V- 4, . Av, : ' ,, . 5 ' M6275 5' GLADYS FYFE EDITH HEGLAR N.Y.S.U., B.A. Nat. School of Fine Cornell, BS. and Applied Arts Library Finance Office Library Club VIRGINIA LINDA SUDDUTH Ha iness is a da 'I Mr. Litman receives his check fr s STANLEY Longwood College, pp P Y y Om Mf ' Heglar' Chowan C., B.A. B.A. Wm. and Mary, Library B.L.S. Library W W library added 2,000 booksg finance At the year's end library assistant Bill Evans Sherry Toomes prepares to do a little research . . . perhaps for a term paper? could return books to the ,shelves blindfolded. 44 Academics l If nothing else, Mrs. Wigatoff's current events' quizzes encouraged seniors, including Corwin Edwards, to scan the morning paper. office collected and spent thousands of dollars I As Miss Stanley checks out a book to Bob Cass, she reminds him The library provides the only quiet atmosphere in which Mr. Wells can calculate gently, 'GTWO weeks and two weeks only? an "easy" grading scale. Academics 45 is CHRISTINE SMITH JAMES BOWMAN HERBERT R.P.I., B.S. Bridgewater, B.A. CARPENTER Director of Guidance Purdue U., M.S. Bridgewater, B.A. Counselor U. Va., M.Ed. Visiting Teacher HAROLD EVE HOOVER EUGENE JASPER HACKNEY Greensboro, B.A. Loras C., B.A. W. Va. U., BS. W.C. of U.N.C., M.Ed. Catholic U., M.A. G.W.U., M.A. JV Cheerleaders Counselor Counselor Counselor Latin I GUIDANCE HDO I have to take P.E. another year? HWould you explain these test scores to me, please?'7 Nlsnit there a college some- where I can get into?'7 These are typical questions with which Woodson students confronted the eleven members of the Guid- ance Department every day. Mrs. Jones and Mr. Bowman, freshmen counselors, and Miss Hoover, Miss Lamb and Mr. Spangler, sophomore counselors, concentrated on helping each student plan his educational program and adjust to the high school curriculum, emphasizing re- quirements for graduation and general voca- tional plans. Junior counselors, Mr. Jasper and Mr. Hackney assumed preliminary re- sponsibility for specific college and career planning. The departmentis extensive program of testing included the administration of such ability and achievement testis as SCAT, STEP, National Merit Scholarship, PSAT, and College Boards. Teacher-parent con- ferences were scheduled through the coun- selors and congratulations were sent to Honor Roll students. Senior counselors, Miss Winn and Mr. Lehman spent endless hours helping their advisers gain the greatest possible benefit from their final year in high school. They obtained information about job opportuni- ties after high school, advised the seniors about college, made scholarship information available and sent transcripts. Another milestone was the addition of vocational guidance counselor Mr. Spring- ston, Who, aside from other duties, initiated a job placement service at Woodson. 57 by D 1, , ,rw-'z1.r:52:t:L2:f'f f aw ,wire .. ,T , i ,,,. Qrizff' ,, ' . .'.. s ,-3fff'1?f7fffi!:f1: Y -Q-fff?.1Y'Ss .- r .,.,,,, ,i, 1,-ff Ar Y Zfff?,i"fi-tx A 1 '. rtsfairirss . .,. W, ., M,-w-:rf ' Q, sw, rss,-wr .. sa, Ms., , .ww .5 f 1-w'f3ofQ.: frm 1 f--'-mas., .. ,Zn Tiff' it L a 9x E 3 3 if f fl 9, ,i f 21 i L 41 a if Counselor, counselor, shining bright . . . 46 Academics HELEN JONES PEGGY LAMB DANIEL LEHMAN Madison, B.S. W.C. of U.N.C., B.S. U- V3-, B-S-, M.Ed. G.W.U., M.A. U.N.C., M.Ed. V- FOOUJHH Counselor Counselor COUHSCJOI' Health and P.E. l i Miss Lamb advises sophomore Dan Compton to take three, not two, years of a foreign language. 3 -5 .1 as As graduation drew nigh, the college catalogue shelves were more and more frequented. WOII t O11 C P H16 111 t C lg t ' h l f' d I1 l' h WAYNE SPANGLER WILLIAM Bridgewater, B.A. SPRINGSTON 'G.W.U., M.A. W. VH. T6Cl1., BS. C0t1I1SCl0I Counselor LOUISE TUCKER WINN STEMMERMAN Longwood, BS. Guidance Secretary G.W.U., M.Ed. Counselor 0 0 0 Mrs. Smith chats with 'ACollege Night" guides, Junior Kasha Godek takes advantage of Mr. Hack- ney's open door! Academics 47 DOROTHY JANET BENNETT SPENCER Furman, B.A. Queens C., B.A. English I English ll Forensics Department Chairman Debate Club Newspaper REBECCA BARBARA CARMICHAEL CLEVELAND Wm. and Mary, B.A. Stephens, A.A. English II U. of Mo., B.S. Debate Club English I Dramatization, as shown by Bill Franz and Lorena Bear, provides a good creative writing subject. 48 Academics Mrs. Horner explains such poetical devices as alliteration and assonance to her Junior words, words, words - - - Miss Lippard explains the opaque projector to student-teacher, Miss Pat Bowers. NGLISI-I If our parents had compared Wofodson's English classe-s this year with the ones of their youth, they would have found many surprising changes. ln Senior English, no doubt they would have recognized uWhan that Aprille with his shoures soote . . ." from the uljrologuei' of Cl1aucer's Canter- bury Tales, and in Sophomore English, Shakespeare's ultis Greek to mei, would have been nothing new. However, the Junior English unit on American drama, climaxed by a trip to see a professional performance of The Crucible, would have been novel. They would have been amazed at the ex- perimental course taken by a select group of seniors which included a summer read- ing program plus more intensive reading and writing during the school year. Per- haps, thinking it impossible to change the presentation of grammar, our parents would have marveled at the structural linguistics approach in two freshman classes. Had they chanced to wander into a drama, public speaking, journalism, or creative writing class, perhaps they would have envied the many opportunities Cavaliers have today to extend their experiences in self expression. Bedecked in topper and tails, Jim Parker tells his public speaking class "How I Made a Million Dollars Without Trying." I-Iomer's, Shakespeare's, Emersolfs, and Cavaliers' Linda Williamson and Doug Sargeant admire Woodson's own Old Globe. At Christmas Mrs. French charmed her classes by reading a Southern Legend, L'How Come Christmas?" Academics 49 RUTH COLBY BARBARA Hope C., BA. COSTELLO English I Shepherd C., B.A. Awards Committee English I VIRGINIA MARJORIE CROMWELL FRENCH Ohio U., B.S. Ohio U., B.A. English I, II English IV Student Gov't. . A detailed replica of Shakespeare's Stratford-on-Avon, one of many sophomore English projects, was constructed by Scott Myers, Paul Morris, and Paul Tuttle. n increased understanding of language and l 4'What's this? Mark Twain didn't like Natty Nola Masterson leads a panel discussion on the symbolism in The Scarlet Letter in Bumppo?" Junior Claire Bledsoe reads a famous Mrs. McConnell's junior English class. essay to her classmates. 50 Academics Public Speaking Drama Club VAUGHN GARY LORRAINE GOREY BELLE HARRELL AURELIA U- 0fRiChm011d, ELA. U. of Md., HA. Lynchburg C., B.A. HOHNER C'01l1H1hifi, M-F-A- English II, III English II Ill. State, B.Ed. Drama Tri-Hi-Y U. of Ill., M.A. English Ill FRANCES JOHNSON Goucher, B.A. U. of Col., M.A. English IV DIANA KELTING MARGARET KING NANCY LIPPARD RIO McCONNELL Col. State, B.A. Howard C., B.A. Tusculum, B.A. Lynchburg C., B.A. English II English II U. of N.C., lVI.Ed. U. of Va., M.Ed. English III English III MARVIN-JOE MERCK U. of S.C., B.A,, MAI English IV Sr. National Honor Society literature was the English Departmenfs goal ELMER MUNSON EUNICE PIKE NANCY SEN10 Shepherd C., B.A. U. of Cal., B.A. Carnegie Tech., BS U. of Md., M.A. English III, IV English IV English I Literary Magazine IDA SPEEKS Westhanipton, B.A. Duke, M.A. English III Yearbook MIRIAM WATKINS George Peabody, BA. English I French I FTA Academics 51 JAMES CLARK CHARLES RUTH BRADFORD U. of Richmond, B.A. BLANTON U. of Neh., B.A. Department Head Wake Forest, RA. U.S. 'Government W. Geography Duke, M.A.T. W. Geography SOCIAL STUDIES Even the United States Congress felt the impact of Wood- sonls social studies program as over five hundred seniors formed the largest student group ever to visit the seat- of American government. Another highlight of the U.S. Gov- ernment survey involved mock elections held in November to familiarize students with voting procedures. After con- cepts and practices of American democracy had been thoroughly explored, the final nine Weeks of the year were spent in a comparative analysis of other major govern- ment systems such as fascism and communism. H. . . the whole world in his hands . . ." Kirk Rector with his geography project. n intensive team teaching program featured x Miss Reidy quizzes her government class on the ':Articles of Con- Mrs. Wigutoffs bulletin hoard display of extreme "right wing" propa- federationv movie which they just saw. ganda challenges Seniors Robert Stroube and Beverly 'Gimble to 'cthink 52 Academics PRISCILLA BROWN HARRIET MARJORIE- HINES BILLIE JOHNSON GEORGE LAYNE DOROTHY Green Mountain, A.A. FUNKHOUSER U. of Col., B.A. King C., B.A. West Va. U., BS., MCCARTHY Boston U., B.S.SC. Wm. and Mary, HA. U.S. History U. of N.C., M.Ed. MA. U. of Mich., W, History W, Ggogyaphy U.S. Government W. Geography BA. Kgyengg Class of '64 W. History U. S. History Juniors in American history courses utilized movies, text books, student reports, debates, and folk singing sessions to review the events and ideologies which have shaped American society. Meanwhile, as World History students traversed the centuries from the cradles of civilization to the space age, freshmen and sophomores enrolled in World Geography roamed over the earth studying terrain and its influence on social and cultural patterns of life. comparative economics for th6'II1S6lVCS.l, "Have you ever read iLittle Bo Cindy Decker. -Peep' International Club in Japanese?" queries freshman Academics 53 4'But I want Liberty," wails Patrick Henry fDick KouzesJ to two country humpkins CSteve Kohlhagen and Ben Johnstonl Mrs. McCarthy shows the drawing of the Capitol to her United States History class. 54 Academics HELEN MILLER DORA MITCHELL Westhampton, B.A. Winthrop, B.A. U-S HiSt01'Y U. of Va., M.A. Jr. Honor Society Geography ho, what, W y Mr. Blanton is "Just checking." PAUL MORRIS MARY REIDY DIANA SMITH ELSIE STORY BILL TURNER BESSIE E. Carolina C., B.A. Trinity C., B.A. U. of N.C., B.A. Longwood, BS. Shepherd, BS., AB. WIGUTUFIT George PCHIJOCU. W. Geography English III U.S. History Gen. Business U. of Colorado, B.A. MA- W. History U.S. History Health and P.E. U.S. Government G90SlT3PhY US. Government when, where," was probed I W. Geography International Club .IV Basketball by social studies e asses "The Amazon's mouth," points out Mr. Clark, 'gcovers a distance comparable to the distance between Washington, D. C. and Ealtimoref' Academics 55 1 JANE PUGH MARGARET MARGARET FORD MARY GIBBONS CLARENCE LOISN HUGGET U. of Iowa, BA. CROFT Lander, B.A. Allegheny, B.A. GREASER Shorter C., BA. Department Head G.W.U., B.A. lnt. Math G.W.U., MA. FZiirH10I1f SIHIC, BA- V.P.l., MS. Trig.fSolid Geom. Geometry EIGIII- Functions Algebra I Int. Math G6UU1E'U'Y Sr. Honor Society Math 9 Int. Math l MATHEMATICS Whatis this? A math class in the planetarium? It was not that math classrooms at Woodson were overcrowdedg it was merely that functions classes were using their accumulated knowledge of algebra and geometry to plot constellations. Such activity was typical of the contemporary approach em- ployed in Woodson7s classrooms. While many freshmen and sophomores at Woodson en- rolled in Math 9 and Technical Math and pursued a more immediately practical application of their knowledge, others began the long trek toward higher mathematics in algebra One plus one equals Ronnie Maley checks an answer on the electric Geometry Quiz. "Wait until they see theselw, think mathematics teachers as they transfer grades onto IBM cards. 56 Academics ANN HOWARD MASON DOROTHY LICHTEFEI-D Bridgewater, B,A. MCATEER Wm. and Mary, B.S. Tech. Math Boston U., B.A., lVl.A. Var. Cheerleaders Algebra I Geometry Algebra I U.S. History FTA and geometry classes. Juniors in Intermediate Mathematics found themselves graphing parabalas, ellipses, and hyper- bolas, calculating determinants, and grasping the third di- mension. Also on the junior and senior level, course offer- ings included Consumer Mathematics, Elementary Functions and Matrix Algebra, and Trigonometry and Solid Geometry. One of the highlights of the year came in April when Dr. Ernest Blanche, one of the nation's foremost mathematicians, addressed Woodson math students on the subject of prob- ability for improbability?l in games of chance. Mrs. Pugh introduces her Trig class to the sine of theta, two, but mathematics students debated the issue Geometry students study below a vast array of mathematical information. Academics 57 MABETH MOSES DAVID PEARCE CHARLES PIERCE A- WALTER KATHLEEN SEEK JAMES THOMAS U- Of TCXHS, BA- U. Va., B.S. U.S.N.A,, BS. ROUNTREE Bridgewater, B.A. Atlantic Christian, Algebra I Int. Math U. of Mich., M.S. Georgia Tech., BS. Algebra I B-A-, B-5- Math 8, 9 Geometry Algebra I Math 12 E. Carolina, M.A. . Intro. to Alg. Tech. Math Contemporary Math Cen. Business Math students learned the concepts of order Lyn Rennick ponders infinity on a geometry class bulletin board display. 58 Academies "Do you know?" asks Charles Craft of Andrea Richter KAREN WAICAND NEIL WITT De Pauw U., BA. U. of Okla., BS. Geometry Fro-sh Football Algebra l Math 9 and progression in an Algebra l class. f , -Q . 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Doug Wilhide struggles with the f fxl. Academics 59 I Denny Chafin watches the antics of a frog in his biology class. SCIENCE WILLIAM LOUISE BANKS CHARLES. BILLAK LADSON Salem C., B.S. W, Va, Uv B,S, U. va., Bs., M.Ed. Col. U., Ms. B505 Department Head Earth Science V. Football CHEM Study Terr. Sci. Club Track PSSC Where white-robed Htechniciansn hustled, brews bubbled, sulphur bumed, and experiments failed and succeeded, there, in Woodson's uScience Wingf, were tomorroW's scientists. In a labyrinth of equipment, classrooms, labs, and a planetarium. ten different courses challenged Woodson students to utilize uthe Scientific approachv to knowledge. Freshmen encountered the Wonders of natural phenomena in the Science Survey and Earth Science courses, especially during Mr. Faganis demonstrations in the planetarium. Biologists moved from prophase to telophase, studied genes and chromosomes, compared euglenoic motion to the ever popular T-Bird, and translated everything from worms to the birds that eat them into Linnaeus' binomial nomen- clature. Molar and normal solutions became common terms in CHEM Study, while CBA chemists concentrated on bond- Taffy Neuburg looks on as Mr. Puffenberger tries vainly to loosen his Uwe have reached a voltage - a qv says ML Chandler to his physics class' eyes from a microscope. 60 Academics i z Q DENIS HOULIHAN JAMES HENRY IRWIN CLAUDETTE ROLFE CHANDLER JULIANA Madisgn, BS, GARVER Shepherd, B.A. HUMPHREY V.P.l., B.S. LACERTE Physics U.C.L.A., B.A. Biology Col. State U., B.S. Science Survey Cath. U., B.A. Science Research U.S.C., MS. Wrestling Earth Science' Class of '67 Biology Club BSCS Golf Science Survey Rifle Science Survey CHEM Study Rifle Chemistry 1 ing, ionization, and crystalization. As students learned sym- hols, formulae, and valances by rote and experimentation, complex math only complicated the double replacement proh- hlems. That utry, try, try again" spirit developed during tedious titrations. Would-he physicists, including a group of sturdy pioneer- ing sophomores, transposed resultant and concurrent forces into graphic vector quantities, measured AC current sine curves, and compared centripetal and contrifugal forces . . . A major highlight of the year was the troupe visited to G.W.U.,s Science Exhibit. On the highest level, Woodson's science course .nurtured such projects as monolayering of acids, producing a silicon solar Cell. using algae cultures to supply O2 in a Closed system, and studying knowledge inheritance in mice. Wicky Crunwell studies the principles of ionization in chemistry lab. Academics 61 LORRAINE RUTH OPP MORTON Elmira, BS. U. of Neb., B.A. Duke U., M.A. BSCS CBA PSSC Chem. Asst. Club EUGENE ALLISON WELLS .lean Allred flips the switch for a sophomore physics experiment on waves. PUFFENBERGER Duke U., B.A., M.Ed. Bridgewater, B.A. Chemistry U. of Va., M.Ed. BSCS Class of 1964- New planetarium instruction w The internal SUUCUITC Of the ffaffhW0Tm, Annelida, Mrs. Opp tests Cheryl Vetter's solution in a chemistry experiment. presents a challenge to Chris Osequeda. 62 Academics 2 .loan Brownell views the display in Mrs. Banks' Earth Science class. rt of the science program Mark Prouty and Ronnie Johnson act as though they've discov- , Mike .loye plays the mad scientist with a static electricity generator. ered the answer to all man's problems. f 0-SQ ' l I fx 949 1 fb Academics 63 an :wm.Q,Wm,..,,.a , ..,., .. iwniwul I'1U1'1'U MARY ALLEN RUTH BENTON AL BOLT ARMANDO ROSEMARY E. Texas State, B.A, U. of Mo., B.A. Lincoln U., B.A. Emory and Henry, FARFAN GOMEZ Department Head Wayne U., M.A. Peabody, M.A. B.A. U. of Cuzco, M.Ed. Queens C., B.A. French I, III Spanish I, II French II, Ill German I Spanish III, IV Spanish Il, III Medical Careers Spanish I Spanish Club German Club FOREIGN Hldonjour, mon kikij' HBuenos Dias 7' "Guten Ta " In , g. pur- suit of this var' t f 'C " ' ' ie y o good days we have tripped 1n'and Seiior Farfan wonders at 64- Academics American pronunciation of his native Spanish. out of a total of sixty-six classes in Woodsonls modern and classical language department. Fourteen teachers and over fifteen hundred students have spent another year touring ancient Rome, modern France, Spain, and Germany via the languages of these distinctive cultures. And it would seem that Mtour directorsv have so expertly planned their foreign The Department Miss Valiere discusses De Gau1le's politics with Miss Powell. -f - Y - umtmwlx ANN JOSEPH SANDRA LYLE ELAINE MATHERS Oberlin, BA. Longwood, B.A. U. of Neb., B.A. French Ill French II Latin I, ll, lll, lV Spanish ll Latin Club NGUAGES travels that first-year tourists return year after year for more extensive jaunts. Latin students have the opportunity to travel back to the land of the Romans one period each day for four years. Or if they prefer, the four-year excursion could be to Spanish-speaking countries. Enthusiasts of Ger- man sounds and scenes may return to their Deutschland for a second and third year, while some brave French students have the opportunity to return to France for a fifth-year rendezvous. Mrs. Lyle translates a poster from the south of France to heir clas ffered Latin, German, Spanish, and French Mr. Bolt draws out an HO" from his Spanish class. Academics 65 i l l 66 Academics Sandra Brann and Mike Hill finish a bulletin hoard in the German room. Basic language instruct Nancy Dalton reads about Christmas in Rome. EDITH PORINSH MICHAELE Concordia, B.A. POWELL German I, II, III, IV Coker, B.A. German Club French I, II French Club I The language lab gives students an opportunity to improve their accents. HELENE VALIERE WILLIAM Sorhonne, BS. WOODRUM French III, IV, V Concord, BS. French Club Spanish I, II Spanish Club y stud of foreign cultures Steve Hudock takes over instruction in his German class. Bob Ross tapes his report for posterity. Academics 67 PAT CUNNINGHAM CAROLYN LEGARD BETTY PAUL JENKINS RANDOLPH KNUPP LAURA LANKS Mansfield, BS. Madison, B,S, HARRELSON G.W,U., BS. Bridgewater, B.A. Rosemont, B.A. Peabody, M.A. Department Head Madison, BS, Health and BE. Health and BE. Health and BE. Department Head Health and P.E. Health and P.E. V. Basketball JV Football Intramurals V. Cheerleaders V. Hockey V. Tennis JV Baseball V. Basketball .lV Softball Modern Dance 68 Academics Karen Bayshore practices her basketball throw. PHYSICAL WTW's Physical Education Department, alias 'cbirthp-lace of sore musclesf, had in 1963-64 an instructional staff of nine men and eight women, to supervise the activities of two-thirds of Wotodson,s student body enrolled in gym classes. All freshmen were involved in driver education and in gen- eral health and first aid instruction, in addition to the con- ventional program of seasonal sports and oalisthenics. Sophomores, too, alternated between classroom and physical activity. "What do you mean, there aren't any towels?" JOHN OLIVERIO ERMA POARCH SHIRLEY W. Va. U., B.S. Longwood, BS. POLINGER Intramurals JV Hockey G-W.U., B5- V. Basketball V. Softball Intramurals Health and P.E. Health and P.E. Health and PE. EDUCATIO Three-week units in the classroom focused intensively upon physical and mental health, after which sophomores re- turned to the gym for three-week bouts with various team sports. Juniors and seniors, who concentrated more on individual or small-group sports and who did not receive classroom instruction, spent one class period each day striving for Hphysical and mental fitnessi' through participation in such activities as tennis, field hockey, modern dance, track, gym- nastics, and archery. A frequent exercise in a boys' physical education cla s mvolve studym the ceiling maybe? ROBERT SMITH BERNARD W. Va. U., B.S. THOMPSON P.E. Fairmont State C., B.A. P.E. Asst. Wrestling Coach RAY VOLRATH BETTIE W. Car. C., B.S., M.A. WHITEHEAD PE. Radford College, B.S. V. Track P E ' Frosh Basketball Basketball Class Of 1966 Cavalier Corps Those three girls on the bottom must have a lot of confidence! Both individual effort and team sports were , ...M ..,.. ,, N, Ulf you don't get those towels here pretty quick," Thais what happened fo those towels! warns Mr. Cunningham. 70 Academics I Dave Morrow asks, "Do I really ha stressed in the program of the P.E. department H . sv I . . R103 amund the TOSY - - - Somebody 15 gomg to get squlshed l The VOT class runs off 4'The Beatles." JEROME HEGLAR NINA BRYSON Catawba, BA. Radford BS. C.W.U., M.A. C,O,P, Department Head V,O,T Typing Typing C.O.P. VOT Pentagon secretary, clerk-typist at the school board office, stenographer for a law firm, and bookkeeper for a housing and finance office: these are students in Woodson's Vocational Office Training pro- gram. The part-time jobs of all nineteen seniors enrolled in VOT were supervised and, in part, selected by the employers and by Mrs. Bryson, program co-ordinator. In addition to learning about the tech- nical aspects of the business World, the VOT students experience the all-important employee-employer relationship which can- not be acquired in the classroom. Glenda Payne takes dictation from A familiar scene in the office, Charlene Goodell HThe quick brown fox, . . ." 'chants Marlene a dictaphone. on the phone. Lee. 72 Academics BOBERTA FARRAR LOU ANN VIVIAN FLINCHUM MILDRED VINCENT JULIA WALLACE BETTY Madison B.S. FLENNIKEN Mary Washington Winthrop B.S. Murray A.B. VVITHERINGTON Typing I Waynesburg B.S. BS. Stanford M.A. Typing L II Madison B.S. Pep Club Bookkeeping Typing I Notehand General Business Per. Typing Shorthand I General Business Shorthand I, II Typing II Typing I Notehand USINESS wl'his is the Music Department?" No, itis our Business Department-that light- headed, tingling music emanates from typ- ing classes using rhythm records. The march or Waltz begins, students sit up, catch the cadence, and start typing in rhythm with the music. Tap for tap, they try to keep up with the music-it's a game! But itis concentration, for a continu- ous and unhesitating pace must be main- tained. Courses other than typing designed to prepare Woodson students for their places in the business world include general busi- ness, shorthand, bookkeeping, accounting, and clerical office practice. As the dictaphone races on, poor Linda plods on. Linda Nichols. A shorthand II student, Sharon Boone, practices transcribing. Academics 73 MAVIS BARBER DOROTHY E. Car., B.A. BILLINGS FHA Longwood, B.S. Home Ec. II, III, IV FHA Home Ee. I ECONOMICS Oriented around the 'Tlomemaker of Tomorrow" theme, home economics stu- dents have worked on many projects bene- ficial to the school this year. Their first project was collecting donations for the Junior Village, a home for parentless chil- dren. Second, and a most worthwhile en- deavor, was the making of candy for the many needy families in the area at Christmas. In January, the students in second year homemaking participated in a style show in which the girls modeled the V 7 f clothes they had made. Jeanne Farrell is watched by flowers on the bulletin board as she sews a seam. Free Food is one of the "advantages, of home economics? "Will that dough never risef' bemoans JoAnn Wills, a student in Home Economics I. 74 Academics EVERETT BUSBIRK JANE NUMBERS Ind. U., B.Me. Oberlin New England Conservatory, B.Me. Conservatory, M.Me. Choral Music Instrumental Music Baton Corps I l Bob Garner takes his turn to lead the Symphonic Choir. The Music Department's aim was to en- courage and develop a love for good music, whether vocal or instrumental, and to teach that music is music, regardless of the form. Through different types of choirs and bands, the singer or instrumental musician was offered training compatible with his varying musical needs. The unskilled per- son could find a challenge, yet was not pushed beyond his ability. The more experienced singers had a chance for more demanding, small en- semble work where they used more diffi- cult choral literature and had an oppor- tunity to develop individual talents. Members of the band worked for their first class musician standing and the band letter. Mrs. Numbers studies music to be sung in a Music Department production. One of the band's functions is to march in half-time shows. Mr. Buskirk is surrounded by his second period harem. Academics 75 GRACE HOWK NANCY DODD WAYNE LISKEY Ind. State, BS. Radford, B.A. Madison, BS. Art Dept. Head Art I, III Art l, II Art 1, II, IV English II Art Guild Art Guild 6'Cou1d it be a cat?" Kathy Smith works with papier mache. 76 Academics ART Realizing the challenge of creativity, seeing one's own ideas take shape, becoming cogni- zant of the many forms of art, accepting the discipline for self-expression-all these were experienced by that one-eighth of Woodson's student body enrolled in art classes. Unlike the sometimes intangible results in other departments, those of the art depart- ment afforded to even a casual passerby vis- ible evidence of its students' work and prog- ress. Among the student creations displayed in hall and classroom showcases were intri- cate Wood sculptures, ceramics, and colorful pastel works on velour suede. In December, even the outside passerby was able to enjoy the stained glass Christmas scenes which graced Art Department Windows. In January, the ad- vanced class had an experimental project con- sisting of abstract pictures painted with enamel. Wall hangings made from yarn stitching and sculptures of twisted Wires were among the more unusual Works. Another exhibit of the ambition, talent, and achievement that lie within this depart- ment was the Spring Art Show, which dis- played every kind of art from papier rnache to water colors and oil paints, and from portraiture to fashion design and story illustration. Mrs. Deaton admires Linda Coulter's Golden Rule, done in Old English lettering on parchment. Debbie Derr, Ignacio Moreno, Sandi Howard, and Linda Wilburn demonstrate the work done in fourth year art classes. W Mary Beth Sedoff admires Hthe Easter egg tree," an Art I project. Academics 77 Ronnie Corey revives the art of smithing. Steve Harvith learns a fundamental of carpentry. I DUSTRIAL ARTS With its eight courses aimed at the study of industries, materials, processes, products, occupations, and problems of industry and how they affect society, this department has a course of study designed to provide its students with the fundamentals of industrial technology. The introductory course, Industrial Arts l, gives the student a general insight into industry. lt is a preparatory course for either Industrial Arts ll or one of the specific fields offered such as wood-working, metalworking, or electronics. These courses give the student an opportunity New industrial research and experimental course 78 Academics Gary Basy and Cecil Lewis cut a plastic locket into a hexagon. Ronnie Knoll looks over his workin mechanical drawing. John Perkins and Crccne Ferguson master two complicated saws. to study metals, woods, plastics, ceramics, electricity, graph- ic art, industrial drawing, power mechanics, and design. In- dustrial Arts II is a more advanced study, designed for students who perhaps have career interests in industry. The highly specialized Research and Experiment course enables the more scientific-minded student to apply his ideas. These students are taught to test their ideas through research, experimentation, application of scientific facts, and by exchange of their problems and solutions in semi- nars. Fully equipped laboratories and well-trained faculty mem- bers enable the industrial arts students to begin early ap- plication of their newly acquired skills. In early February. architectural students built scale models of their Hdream- housef, With the use of such unique pieces of machinery as the Universal Tester, metalurgical microscope, duplicat- ing machines, and radio training kits, the students became quite proficient in their search for new methods and ap- plications and in carrying out their curiosity about the indus- trial environment. challenged advanced industrial arts students MARVIN BROWN JAMES DOUGLAS WALTER Cal. State, BS. Memphis State, BS., DOWLINC Ind. Arts I M,A. Oswego, B.A. Wood. I Ind. Arts I G.W.U., M.Ed Metal Work. Mech Draw. I, II Boys' Intramurals Key Club Administration Academics 79 80 Acade Eazigg 5:55 23 Mr. Lina shows two boys how to prepare the mold for the metal. "Co-ordination counts" in Industrial rts A student struggles with a motor. Mr. Litman shows Miss Speeks how the Industrial Arts Department helped in repair- ing the football teamls equipment. i I JOSEPH LINA E. Car. C., B.S. G.W.U., M.A. lnd. Arts l, ll Woodworking C HSSCS GEORGE LITMAN W. Va. U., B.S. Department Head Ind. Arts l, Il Res. and Exper. Class of 1965 JV Football im www mm- UVM An industrial arts student smooths a block of wood. Academics 81 OTHEL ADAMS OSCAR BAUGHAN KATHRYN Troy State C., BS. W, Va. Tech., B.S. CALLEHAN Voc. Electricity W. Va. U., MS. Boston C., B.S. Electronics Club Cabinetmaking and Practical Nursing Carpentry Two hundred students If an oloserver could have been two places at once in Woodson High during the past year, he might have seen one group of students utaking the pulseg' of an automobile engine with a unique, four-thousand-dollar piece of equip- ment called the Auto Bol, which measures engine knock, gas mileage, rpm's and other factors under controlled load conditions. He might at the same time have seen another group of students using an ordinary piece of human equip- ment, the hand, to take the pulse of human heart, another kind of engine that varies under Hloadfl i Rus ell Newcomer Re Hazlett Bob Wen el Frank Eve and Roy Comei look on as Mr. Adams explains the fundamentals of electricity. OBERT KENNEDY HERMAN MEADOR MORRIS NEWCONIB ESTER NICKLA5 JAMES HAWKINS CARY KANE R 1 A , W. Va. U., B.S. W. Ill. U., B.S, W. Va. Inst. Tech., Roanoke College, Averett., A.A. N- W- LH- S1316-, B-5- Drafting and Design Voc. Ed. B.S. U. or Va. Lynchburg, B.A. PfHCIiCf1l Nl1fSiHg Mechanical Drawing Health and P.E. Maintenance and Construction Auto Mechanics Teen Club Repair Electricity YFC Electronics Electronics Club were attracted to vocational education at W W ln both cases, the observer would have been Watching groups enrolled in Woodson's vocational curriculum, a X program that includes not only courses in automotive me- chanics and practical nursing, but ones in air-conditioning and refrigeration, carpentry and cabinet making, cosmetol- ogy, drafting and design, electricity, electronic technology, and maintenance and repair. ln the words of Mr. Robert Simms, Assistant Principal for Vocational Education, mfhe Vocational Education Program completes the school tri- angle Which must satisfy the needs of every studentfl Y .... l l -W7 g , , , , Charles Daniels and Mike Patton are seen working in their air-condi- Biology teacher Mr. Billak views the skills of Eddie Krieg in an automotive mechanics class, tioning and refrigeration class. Academics 83 I Under Gerald the supervision of construction electricity teacher Mr M d l . ea or, Mike Dewald tries to prove that automobile engines are hollow! Windell tr'e h' 'l k ' ' U ' ' 1 s IS uc at YQPHIIIHD an electric ilxture. For the first time W. . oodson Hi I1 School BERTHA TREVERS MARIE OSTERMAN FLETCHER RUFF U. of va. Columbia U. A U. of va. Cosmetology B.S., M.A. Air-conditioning and Practical Nursing Refrigeration 84 Academics George Karr is learning how to use one of the many new power saw 'l h HVHI a le in carpentry and cabinet making class. mm steadies the hand of Doris Kashurba while applying nail polish. ln the presence of her Cosmetology instructor, Mrs. Trevors, Trudy Cri offered nine s eeial vocational programs Mr. Ruff is instructing two of his students, Ronald Cold and ,lim Martin, 'iwhen the teacher's away, the students must playfl says Pete in the basic fundamentals of air-conditioning and refrigeration. Burton fniiddlel to his fellow classmates Claude Suplnger fleftl and John Skidmore frightl. Academics 85 JENNINGS WILSON R.P.l., BS. Business Law l.C.T. D.O. Club l C JOHN CHAPMAN V.P.I., BS. D.E. Coordination Counselor D.E. Club , h , , I.C.T. student Pat Monahan is learning now to process a slide of human tissue at the Northern Virginia Pathology Lab. l hi I.C.T. The Industrial Cooperative Training Program is designed for students who wish to learn a trade or prepare for an indus- trial occupation through a combination of classroom and on-the-job experience. Stu- dents Who were enrolled in this program attended classes Within the regular academ- ic schedule for the first four periods each day. After classes and lunch, they went directly to their jobs Where they spent at least fifteen hours a week, under super- vision by both their employer and their I.C.T. coordinator, lVlr. Wilson. Positions such as pathology laboratory technician, printer,s assistant, hairdresser, and gun smith were among the many apprentice- ship opportunities accepted by Woodson students. "I.C.T. is an effective way to bridge the gap between the World of high school and that of work for students who will seek full-time employment immediately after high school? Mr. Wilson went on to emphasize the importance of careful curriculum planning for ninth and tenth graders who anticipate taking advantage of this on-the-job train- ing while earning a high school diploma No, this isn't the F.B.I. arsenalg it's Richard Harris, one of Woodson's "No, I don't come with the car, I only fix it," says Jimmy Foreman. I.C.T. students, showing a late-model rifle to a customer. 86 Academics D.E. Helping a mother buy shoes for her little child or filling a half-empty tank with gasoline were but two of the many activities in which Distributive Education students engaged as they gained uknow- howw and experience in the realm of re- tail, wholesale, and service businesses. A cooperative working arrangement between the school and various business establish- ments throughout the community, the pro- gram is planned for Juniors and Seniors. In addition to their regular classes scheduled during the morning, D.E. stu- dents spent one period each day receiv- ing classroom instruction on such topics as business ethics, merchandising, and ad- vertising. During afternoon hours and on Saturdays, they received training from businessmen who provided part-time em- ployment for salary and school credit to- ward graduation. After graduation, DE. students made the transition from a part- time to a full-time job in one of the many exciting careers which the field of distribu- tive education offers. Choosing which-tie-to-go-with-which-shirt is all in a day's work for D.E. student Glenna Tilden. Jessie Doyle is pictured here selling electrical equipment to a customer. With a Woodson banner hanging in the background, D.E. students Ernest Caddy and .lohn ,lavage try their luck at selling shoes. Academics 87 my W STUDENTS A Q if -S s ' a lilifs .fm ' Happiness is Happiness is being mistaken for a senior . . . a free finding an unlocked rest room . . . T.G.I.F. at 3:21 snow day . . . getting your- senior ring . . . a special . . . a private locker .. . . eiglit hours of sleep . . . a assembly on test day . . . a seat in the cafeteria , , , memorized dialogue . . . lots of Cliristmas cards . . . Happiness is 3 blue and silver 1-ibhcn , , , a lcng Sec. uldreakfast Clulf' . . . knowing half tlle class . . . an ond pei-icd announcement , , , first place in the lunch inexpensive supplementary paperback . . . a seat on line , , , 790 cn the Advanced Math Achievement , , the late bus . . . getting one of the limited directories . . . meeting your magazine drive quota . . . Happiness is SE IORS The members of the Class of 1964 had spent many years preparing and waiting for their senior year, but it was difficult for them to realize that they had finally reached the coveted goal. The dream soon became reality as seniors shouldered the responsibilities of their class. As the largest graduating class in Fairfax Countyis history, and the first graduating class of the W. T. Woodson High School, they aimed for scholastic excellence. Upon receiving National Merit Schol- arship Test and College Board results, they discovered that much had been, and would be, expected of them. Catalogues. application blanks, interviews. and anxious hours of wait- ing followed. The results were gratifying, with a large percentage of the class of five hundred and fifty seniors receiving the welcome college acceptances. Class unity and organization were revealed early in the senior year. While suggestions were requested and imagina- tions worked eagerly, plans for an exciting final year were placed on the activities calendar. A pre-school welcoming tea for teachers and a Sadie Hawkins Dance were the first projects sponsored by the Activities Committee. College Night and Junior Slave Day followed, balancing work with play. The Christmas season was appropriately celebrated by having a Senior Assembly with a Santa Claus, and the semi-formal dance, "Wonder- land By Nightj, with its winter motif and first senior queen and court in WTW7s history. A performance by the National Ballet of Washington, D.C., and the senior trip to Congress were included among the cultural highlights of the year. Plans for the grand finishing touch of the final prom were outlined. The Ways and Means Committee worked closely with the other committees in financing class activities. Money- making projects consisted of a Saturday car wash, Junior- Sehior Basketball game, the play production, uThe Silver Whistlefi and the Senior,Beanie Sale. Privileges were gained by the deserving upperclassmen. Senior lunch lines, class cards, tables, dress-up day, name tags, and seats in the auditorium constituted the privileges. Plans for a senior court were also considered. The Gift Committee received suggestions from the Senior Council concerning the presentation of a gift to the school in behalf of the Class of 1964. 90 Seniors WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. John Cabot, Ronnie Friedman Nancy Raine, Charli Harlan, Chairman. "To strive, to seek, to Through the Senior Council, important traditions were established such as the class flower-carnation, the class colors-blue and silver, and the class motto-g'To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield? ln the field of leadership, seniors held important posi- tions in the student government, clubs, publications, and athletics. In many Ways they served, establishing significant precedents. Although they had only two short years at Woodson High School, it took them little time to gain respect and pride Within the class, county, and state. Many memories of high school life will fade as seniors continue in the course of life, however, the friendships made, educa- tion received, and individual opportunities of laying high standards in the foundation of their alma mater will be forever engraved in their hearts and minds. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS. Randy Galbraith, Treasurer, Vlc President, Lynn Griffith, Secretary, Tom White, Senator. find, and not to yield" With sudden realization, they knew their life as high school students was coming to an end, and the time was upon them when they had to decide what their future would be. With mixed emotions, they Watched and cheered at their last games, danced and laughed at their final prom, crammed and worried through their last high school exams, hesitantly donned the caps and gowns, marched down the field, and readied themselves to begin life as adults. To counselors, Miss Winn and Mr. Lehman, to class sponsors, Miss Johnson and Mr. Puffenberger, to our teachers, and to Mr. Chesley, all class members are in- debted. Products of guidance, teaching, and understanding, the Class of '64 goes forth. GIFT COMMITTEE. Bev Yancey, Chairmang Ronnie Jean Bulson' Bobby Hunsberffer PRIVILEGES COMMITTEE. susan CHTIYQ can Livingston? iRi5k Evert, chaifminf Judi Booker. SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS. Miss Johnson, Mr. Puffenbcrger. 92 Seniors DAR CITIZENSHIP AWARD NOMINEES. Mary Mar sion, Marilyn Hicks, Joanne Coakley, Lynn Griffith Suzy Neuburg. Happiness is SENIOR COUNSELOR. Mr. Lehman I NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS. First Row: Jim Painter, Sandy Price, Lori Haig, Iris Johnson, .lim Mann, David Coughlin. NATIONAL MERIT LETTER WINNERS, Second Row: John Huggins, Bonnie Shubart, Cindy Carr, Phyllis Thompson, Steve Vore, Nancy Cromwell, Pat Fitzpatrick. Third Row: Mardy Mudrinich, Pat Prine, Bob McCarthy, Nancy Robb, Richard Payne, Bob Satterford, Pam Goodrich, Susan Giller. Fourth Row: Rob Stroube, Dick Healy, Rick Munnikhuysen, Fred McConnell, Dave Barnett, Doug Hanewinckel, Mike Joye, Cris Worley, Richard Hamel, Bob Loomis. setting traditions for future classes to follow i Q SENIOR COUNSELOR. Miss Winn. SENIOR COUNCIL. First Row: Stephanie Issitt, Stormy Withers, Randy Galbraith, Frank Fishburne, Don Danbury, Paul Bittenbender, Wayne Greenberg, Tom White. Second Row: Patti Winfree, Kevin Foley, Gail Livingston, ,Ioan Hitchcock, Vicki Durnford, Kathy Sheehan, Charli Harlan Third Row' Anne Roberts, Kathy Clonev, Bev Yancey, Boop fRoWley, Kathy Wherrly. f . Fourth-Row: ,Ioan Cushman, Chris Zipp, Cookie Legate. Fifth Row: ,lim Vogel, Lynn Cvrif it Seniors 93 94 Seniors 1963-64 was a year of "Whiskey!" Mr. Cress photographs Senior James Coffman. ROBIN A. ADAMS DIANE AINSLEY BARBARA S. ALLEN ELIZABETH M. ASTHOLZ IAIME W. ATHERTON CATHERYN J. AUSTIN JOSEPH F. AUTH ALBERT T. BAIN BARBARA L. BALZER LISA C. BARLOW J. DAVID BARNETT SANDRA L. BATES WILLIAM BECK STEPHEN T. BECKLER ROBERT N. BEREZOSKI RICHARD BERMAN PAUL S. BITTENBENDER MARSHA L. BLAIR decisions, . . . ranging from class colors to colleges ROBIN ADAMS Newspaper, Exchange Editorg Music Mak- ersg GAAg Clinic Assistant, FHA, Vice-Presidentg FNA, Secretary, Pep Club. BARBARA ALLEN Drama Club, French Club, UN Club, Treasurerg Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Societyg SCA Secretary, Cabinet, Handbook Editor. BETH ASTHOLZ Treble Choir, Secretaryg Office Assist- ant, Drama Clubg Spanish Club, Jr. Class Decorations Corn- mitteeg Sr. Class Decorations Committee. ,IAIME ATHERTON JV, Varsity Football, Varsity Ten- nisg Wrestling, Key Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Spanish Clubg Boys' State, Jr. Class President, SCA Cabinet, Senator, Representative, Speaker's Bureau. CATHY AUSTIN Library Assistantg Medical Careers, Presidentg Tri-Hi-YQ Spanish Club: SCA Senator, Represen- tative. JOE AUTH DE, Ir. Council, Ir. Class Privileges Com- mittee. ALBERT BAIN Library Assistantg SCA Representative. BARBARA BALZER Spanish Club. LISA BARLOW Ir. Class Committee. DAVE BARNETT Symphonic Choir, Sr. Mixed Choirg Glee Club, Trackg Footballg Soccerg Play Productionsg Thes- pian Society, Varsity Club, German Club, Letter of Com- mendationg SCA President. Executive Council. SANDRA BATES Seiect Girls' Choir: FTAQ Drama Clubg YFC. Secretarv-Treasurer. WIILLIAM BECK Newspaperg Pep Club. STEVE BECKLER Symphonic Band, Tennis. BOB BEREZOSKI Symphonic Ensembleg Bandg Concert Band, IV, Varsity Footballg JV, Varsity Trackg JV, Var- sity Wrestlingg Varsity Clubg Latin Clubg JCLg Sr. Con- stitution Committee Chairmang SCA Representative, Cava- lier Corps. DICK BERMAN Newspaper, Photographer, ICT. PAUL BITTENBENDER Symphonic Choir, Presidentg Symphonic Ensemble, All-State, IV, Varsity Trackg Ten- nisg IV, Varsity Footballg Key Club, Parliamentariang Freshman Class Senatorg Sophomore Class Senator, Sr. Class Presidentg Sr. Honor Society. Parliamentariang Ir. Honor Society. MARSHA BLAIR Literary Magazine, Assistant Art Edi- tor, Quill and Scrollg Guidance Assistantg Pep Club, Tri- Hi-Yg French Clubg Art Guild, Vice-President, Presidentg Sr. Class Publicity Committeeg SCA Senator. MERLE BLAIR FHA: VOT: Drama Clubg Pep Club, Spanish Club. NANCY BLASINGAME Symphonic Choir, FTAg Inter- national Clubg Tri-Hi-Y. LORETTA BOGGS Basketball: VOTIQ Home Economics Assistant. Seniors 90 Paul Bittenbender, the first Senior Class President, leads the Class of '64 onward. 96 Seniors DAVID BOHAN Footballg Trackg Swimmingg Varsity Clubg Science Clubg Sr. Honor Society. LINDA BOISSEAU Quill and Scrollg Yearbook, Busi- ness Mgr., Organization Editorg Varsity Hockeyg Keyetteg Pep Clubg French Clubg Sr. Honor Society, Treasurerg Jr. Honor Society. HELEN BOLT Guidance Assistant. DANNY BONNER Varsity Basketball, lVIgr.g Varsity Club. DENNIS BOOKER Wrestlingg Athletic Assistantg Varsity Club. JUDI BOOKER 'Symphonic Choir, Accompanistg Sym- phonic Ensembleg Concert Choirg Girls' Chorusg Keyetteg French Club, Historiang Jr. Class Committeeg Sr. Class Committeeg Ir. Honor Societyg Betty Crocker Homemaker Award. SHARON BOONE Literary Magazineg Varsity Softballg Hockeygfllennisg Swimmingg Office Assistantg Library As- sistantg yor? French Cluhg Latin Clubg SCA Senator, Rep- resentative. BOB BOROUGHS Wrestlingg Electronics Club, Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms. GAY BOWELL Modern Danceg Cashierg International Clubg Pep Clubg Art Guildg GAAg Letter of Commenda- tion. KEVIN BOYLE Baseballg Footballg Varsity Clubg Latin Clubg SCA Cabinet, Representative. MARION BRAKE Library Assistantg Pep Club. JANET BRATTER Symphonic Choirg Mixed Chorusg IV Basketballg IV, Varsity Hockeyg IV, Varsity Softball: Spanish Clubg SCA Representative. DOROTHY BREEDEN International Clubg French Club. LINDA BRINKLEY Sr. Mixed Choirg Treble Choirg Bas- ketballg Softballg Office Assistantg School Store Assistant. BARBARA BRITT Newspaperg Sr. Mixed Choirg Bad- mintong Library Assistantg International Clubg Pep Club. French Clubg Freshman Class President. DON BROEHM Wrestlingg Latin Clubg SCA Represen tative. LESLIE BROOKINS Literary Magazine, Poetry Editor: Select Girls' Choirg Volleyball, Captaing Medical Careers Latin Clubg Play Productions. CLIFFORD BROWN Band, Ist Chair Trumpet, Director, Parade Bandg Band Councilg Dance Bandg Intramural Bas- ketballg Spanish Club. DAVID BROWN Newspaperg Swimrningg International Clubg Debate Teamg Philosophy Club. KATHLEEN BROWN Yearbookg Hockeyg Tennisg Office Assistantg Library Assistantg Guidance Assistantg FNAg Pep Clubg Modern Danceg Freshman Service Awardg SCA Representative. ,IIM BRYAN DE. Parliamentariang SCA Representative. DAVID .I. BOHAN LINDA A. BOISSEAU HELEN M. BOLT DANIEL B. BONNER DENNIS A. BOOKER JUDITH A. BOOKER SHARON I. BOONE ROBERT D. BOROUGHS K. GAY BOWELL KEVIN M. BOYLE B. MARION BRAKE JANET E. BRATTER DOROTHY L. BREEDEN LINDA K. BRINKLEY BARBARA I. BRITT DON C. BROEHM LESLIE A. BROOKINS CLIFFORD L. BROWN DAVID BROWN KATHLEEN S. BROWN JAMES W. BRYAN Seniors 97 93 Seniors Beanies an MARGARET BUCKLEY Sr. Mixed Choir, Freshman Choir, Office Assistant, Clinic Assistant, Pep Club. RONNIEJEAN BULSON Quill and Scroll, Literary Mag- azine, Yearbook, Editor-in-Chief, WTW News Correspond- ent, Basketball Mgr., Hockey, Softball, Drama Club, Play Productions, Thespian Society, Latin Club, JCL, Sr. Con- stitution Committee, Sr. Class Gift Committee, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society, Latin Honor Society, SCA Sen- ator, Representative. DEE BURBACH Literary Magazine, Poetry Editor, Swim- ming, Office Assistant, Library Assistant, Drama Club, Pep Club, Modern Dance. BILL BURBRIDGE Football. ARLEEN BURKE Yearbook' GAA: Lab Assistant' Ke n , 1 Y' ette, FTA, French Club, Sr. Constitution Committee, Sr. Honor Society. WALLY BURKE Symphonic Band, JV, Varsity Baseball, Co-Captain, JV, Varsity Football, Co-Captain, JV, Varsity Wrestling, Co-Captain, Key Club, Varsity Club, Football Sportsmanship Award. JOHN CABOT JV, Varsity Basketball, JV, Varsity Base- ball, Lab Assistant, Key Club, Treasurer, Varsity Club, Science Fair Honorable Mention, Sr. Constitution Com- mittee, Sr. Class Ways and Means Committee, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, President, Jr. Council, SCA Senator, Cavalier Corps. d college catalogues signified members of the Senior class. Bob Loomis, Debbie Derr, Dave Bohan, Terri Hockersmith. ROBERTA CAMPBELL FHA, Spanish Club, Medical Careers, Service Chairman, Corresponding Secretary. RICK CANTWELL Golf, Athletic Assistant, Key Club, Vice-President, President, Varsity Club, Jr. Class Com- mittee, Chairman, Sr. Class Committee, SCA Senator, Sp-eakeris Bureau. CINDY CARR Quill and Scroll, Newspaper, Reporter, Feature Editor, Managing Editor, Glee Club, Keyette, In- ternational Club, Pep Club, Play Props Committee, Letter of Commendation, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society. WAYNE CARSON Symphonic Band, Latin Club, SCA Representative. SUSAN CARTY Treble Choir, Guidance Assistant, Key- ette, Vice-President, Pep Club, French Club, Jr. Class Committee, Sr. Class Committee, Sr. Honor Society, Jr Honor Society, SCA Representative. JACKIE CARY Yearbook, Library Assistant. BRENDA CASTLE Freshman Cheerleader, Drill Team' Lab Assistant. H ELSIE CATON FHA, VOT, SCA Representative. DENNY CHAFIN Baseball, Athletic Assistant, FTA, Dra- ma Club. MANSON CHEEK Mixed Chorus, Baseball Mgr., Chem- istry Club, German Club, Latin Club, JCL, Latin Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society. RICHARD A. CANTWELL CYNTHIA D. CARR WAYNE G. CARSON SUSAN M. CARTY JACKIE L. CARY BRENDA A. CASTLE ELSIE M. CATON DIANE A. CHACONAS DENNIS N. CHAFIN MANSON H. CHEEK BOB BUCCO MARGARET E. BUCKLEY RONNIEJEAN BULSON SHARON D. BURBACH BILL A. BURBRIDGE ARLEEN H. BURKE WALTER BURKE JOHN W. BURNS JOHN B. CABOT VIRGINIA A. CALCAMP DENNIS CAMPBELL ROBERTA L. CAMPBELL Seniors 99 100 Seniors ' SALLY J. CLOYED JAMES E. COAKLEY JOANNE COAKLEY LARRY COBLE DEON D. COCKLIN ROBERT W. COCKRILL JAMES D. COFFMAN LARRY B. COFFMAN BRUCE T. COGGINS KAREN S. COGGINS M. JOAN CONRAD LAUREN COOK-LEGATE STEVE CHERNOCK Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Wres- tling, Tennis, Electronics Club, Treasurer, ESP Club, FHA, FSA, Debate Team, Varsity Club. STEVE CHRISTENSEN JV, Varsity Basketball, Football, Baseball, JV, Varsity Track, Varsity Club, Latin Club, Latin Exam Cum Lauda, Magna Cum Lauda, Freshman Class Treasurer, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society, Latin Honor Society, SCA Treasurer, House Speaker, Chaplain, Representative, Boys' State. SHARON CHRISTIANSON FTA Student-Teacher, In- ternational Club, Pep Club. STEVE CIOTTI Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Electronics Club, Vice-President. DON CLARK Baseball, Football, Track. GORDON CLEFTON Yearbook, Photography Editor, Lab Assistant, Spanish Club, Biology Club, Ir. Honor Society. RICK CLINE Varsity Baseball, JV, Varsity Football. KATHY CLONEY Yearbook, Mixed Chorus, Varsity Cheerleader, Lab Assistant, Drama Club, Debate Team, Secretary-Treasurer, French Club, Vice-President, Sopho- more Class Vice-President, Sr. Dance Committee Chair- man, SCA Representative. STEVEN CHERNOCK STEVEN C. CHRISTENSEN SHARON A. CHRISTIANSON CHERYL CHUNN STEVEN D. CIOTTI DONALD W. CLARK GORDON A. CLEFTON RICHARD K. CLINE KATHY D. CLONEY MARTHA J. CLOSE MARTHA CLOSE Treble Choir, YF C. SALLY CLOYED Drill Team, Spanish Club, Historian, Jr. Honor Society. JAMES COAKLEY DE. JOANNE COAKLEY Track, Hockey, Softball, Varsity Cheerleader, Captain, JV Cheerleader, Freshman Cheer- leader, Co-Captain, School Store Assistant, Keyette, Pep Club, French Club, Girls' State, SCA Cabinet, Senator. Representative, Winter Wonderland Queen. DEON COCKLIN Guidance Assistant, FHA, Historian. BOB COCKRILL Swimming, Office Assistant, Bus Driver. JAMES COFFMAN Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Pit Orchestra, Dance Band, Electronics Club, French Club, Jr. Honor Society. LARRY COFFMAN DE. BRUCE COGGINS Concert Band, Track, Athletic As- sistant, Debate Team, Spanish Club. KAREN COGGINS Swim ' FTA S ming, tudent-Teacher, Art Guild. .TOANI CONRAD Freshman Girls, Choir, Girls, Ensem- ble, JV Basketball, Spanish Club. '6You mean Paul signed all 550 Senior Class Cards!" Betty Frazier, Bob Garner, Cliff Brown, D D b M on an ury, ike McBlair, Dale Tolson. Senlors 101 LYNNDELL COOLIDCE Athletic Assistantg FTAg SCA Representative. SCOTT CORRIE Footballg French Club, President. RITA COSTELLO Hockeyg Softballg School Store Assist- antg Library Assistantg Latin Clubg Spanish Clubg SCA Representative. DON COX Literary Magazineg Mixed Choirg Drama Clubg Thespian Society, Treasurerg Great Books Societyg Honor Thespiang Play Productions, Student Director. CRAIG CRADLIN Library Assistantg Drama Clubg Thes- pian Societyg Homeroom Presidentg Sr. Class Committeeg SCA Representative. BUTCH CRAWFORD Basketballg JV Footballg JV, Var- sity Baseballg Wrestlingg Swimmingg Bowlingg Latin Clubg FTA. ANNE CRIDER Freshman Choirg Basketballg Hockeyg Softballg Volley Ballg Office Assistantg Drama Clubg Pep Clubg French Clubg Y-Teensi NANCY CROMWELL Publications Advertising Staffg JV Cheerleaderg Guidance Assistantg Keyette, Corresponding Secretaryg Pep Clubg French Club, Secretaryg GAAg Let- ter of Commendationg Freshman Class Presidentg Jr. Honor Societyg SCA Representative. LAURA CUNNINGHAM Sr. Mixed Choir. CHICK CURTIS Newspaper Staffg Footballg Wrestlingg Drama Clubg Freshman Class Committeeg Sophomore Class Committee. Senior privileges did not include exemption LYNNDELL M. COOLIDGE R. SCOTT CORRIE RITA H. COSTELLO DAVID COUGHLIN DONALD E. COX LORELL CRABTREE CRAIG T. CRADLIN BRYAN P. CRAWFORD ANNE W. CRIDER SANDRA L. CRIST NANCY V. CROMWELL HELEN A. CROZIER LAURA J. CUNNINGHAM CHARLES W. CURTIS JOAN N. CUSHMAN THOMAS R. DALTON ROBERT C. DALZELL DONALD H. DANBURY JAMES A. DANIEL MILDRED E. DANIELS DARLEEN L. DARR 102 Seniors JOAN CUSHMAN JV, Varsity Basketballg Softballg JV, Varsity Cheerleadersg International Clubg Russian Clubg Art Cuildg Sr. Activities Committeeg Sr. Council. DON DANBURY Symphonic Bandg Footballg Track: Key Clubg Spanish Clubg Science Fair Honorable Mens tiong SCA Executive Council, Cabinet Buildings and Grounds. JIM DANIEL Sr. Mixed- Choirg Spanish Club. MILDRED DANIELS Hockeyg Guidance Assistantg SCA Representative. DEDEE DARR Newspaperg Swimmingg Drama Clubg Pep Club. from final exams Our famous Danish senior-Ole! Seniors 103 104 Seniors HARRIOT I. DAVIS ROSA LEE DAVIS DONALD W. DAWSON CAROLYN J. DAY JOHN T. DEBELL LYNNE E. DECKER DOROTHY D. DEEM GREGORY R. DEHAVEN RAE DENISON DEBORAH L. DERR SHARON A. DEWEY LISA DI GIROLAMO '4Seniors are a flowery bunch!" Bill Smith, Steve Zimp-el, Magnolia Robb, Dion Cocklin, and Sheron Simmons enjoyed the Senior Class Turn- about Party. HARRIOT DAVIS Mixed Choirg School Store Assistantg SCA Representative. ROSA LEE DAVIS Newspaperg Intramural Volleyballg School Store Assistantg SCA Representative. DON DAWSON Bowlingg School Store Assistantg Lab Assistant. CAROLYN DAY School Store Assistantg FHA Secre- taryg Coin Club. JOHN DeBELL Baseballg Intramural Baskethallg Latin Club. BUZZ DECKER Newspaperg Yearbookg Debate Teamg German Club. DOROTHEY DEEM DE, Prom Manager. GREG DEHAVEN Sophomore Choirg JV, Varsity Basket- ballg Varsity Baseballg JV, Varsity Footballg Varsity Clubg French Clubg FSAg Cavalier Corpsg Industrial Arts Club. RAE DENISON Swimmingg Pep Clubg GAAg J-Hop Committeeg Water Waves. DEBBI DERR Literary Magazineg Select Girls, Choirg Drama Clubg Pep Clubg Latin Clubg Boat Clubg Art Guild. SHARON DEWEY Symphonic Choirg Swimmingg Library Assistantg Pep Cluhg French Clubg Sophomore Ways and Means Committeeg Sr. Constitution Committeeg SCA Rep- resentativeg Jr. Council. Guidance Assistantg ESP Clubg Drama Clubg Thespian So- cietyg Spanish Clubg Jr. Class Vice-President. BRIAN DOWNES DE, President. JESSIE DOYLE Baseballg DE. STEVE DRYE Trackg Debate Team. PHYLLIS DUNN Sr. Mixed Choir, Librariang Mixed Choir, Accompanistg JV, Varsity Basketball, Captaing JV, Varsity Hockey, Captaing JV, Varsity Softballg Jr. Honor Societyg Sr. Honor Societyg French Honor Society. VICKI DURNFORD Freshman Choirg Jr. Choirg Basket- ballg Softballg Speedballg Volleyballg Keyetteg FTAg Drama Clubg Thespian Honor Societyg Pep Clubg French Clubg Y- Teensg GAAg Forensic Leagueg Jr. Dance Committeeg Sr. Class Senatorg Standards Committee Chairmang Sr. Honor Society. LAURA DWYER DE. JOHN DWYRE Footballg Trackg Wre'stlingg Hockeyg Varsity Swimmingg Gymnasticsg Jr. ROTC Drill Teamg Li- brary Assistantg Drama Clubg Spanish Clubg Chess Clubg SCA Representative. JIM EASTER Bus Driverg FFA, Secretary-Treasurerg DE. RONNIE EDENTON Baseballg Spanish Club. LISA Di GIROLAMO Sr. Mixed Choirg Treble Choirg CORWIN EDWARDS Rifle Teamg International Clubg Mixed Chorus Ensembleg Basketballg Softballg Swimmingg Debate Team g FSA. BRIAN R. DOWNES .IESSIE W. DOYLE STEPHEN F. DRYE PHYLLIS J. DUNN VICKI L. DURNFORD LAURA E. DWYE-R JOHN S. DWYRE JAMES R. EASTER RONALD EDENTON CORWIN V. EDWARDS 105 Seniors JAMES M. ELLIOTT MARGARET A. EMERSON JUDITH L. ENTWISLE MARY L. ERSKINE PAUL J. ESTEP PAMELA M. EVENSON RICHARD D, EVERT GERALD H. EWING CHARLES A. FAGAN LINDA D. FARINHOLT PAMELA K. FARMER J EANNE L. FARRELL JAMES R. FINEGAN FRANK A. FISHBURNE PATRICIA L. FITCHETT PATRICIA FITZPATRICK JOSEPH F. FLINT JOHN M. FLOOD After Junior Slave Day, seniors sponsored the MARGIE EMERSON Sr. Mixed Choir, Treble Choir, Ac- companist, Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus, Clinic Assistant, FHA, Latin Club. JOHN ENOS Concert Band. JUDI ENTWISTLE Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Sr. Mixed Choir, Drill Team, French Club, Art Guild, Vice- President, Treasurer, Riding Club, Jr. Honor Society. LYS ERSKINE Yearbook, Select Girls' Choir, Sr. Mixed Choir, Guidance Assistant, Pep Club, Drama Club, Mod- ern Dance, Spanish Club, SCA Representative. PAUL ESTEP Chess Club, Treasurer, Football, Track, Tennis. PAM EVENSON Quill and Scroll, Literary Magazine, Poetry Editor, Editor-in-Chief, Freshman Choir, Intramural Basketball, Modern Dance, Sophomore Class Treasurer, SCA Senator., RICK EVERT Yearbook, Photographer, Tennis, Key Club, President, Sr. Representative, Sr. Privileges Com- mittee Chairman, SCA Senator, Representative. GERRY EWING Newspaper, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Varsity Club, Jr. Class Committee, Homeroom President. CHARLIE FAGAN Football, Baseball, JV Wrestling, Guidance Assistant, Varsity Club, Jr. Council, Cavalier Corps. LINDA FARINHOLT Drama Club. PAM FARMER Newspaper, Yearbook, Concert Choir, Symphonic Choir, All-State, JV Cheerleader, Library As- sistant, FHA, Drama Club, French Club. 106 Seniors JEANNE FARRELL Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Freshman, JV Cheerleader, Guidance Assistant, Drama Club, Pep Club, French Club, Jr. Council, Jr. Honor. So- ciety, AFS Club. JIM FINEGAN Symphonic Band, Treasurer, Pep Band, Band Assistant. FRANK FISHRURNE Debate Team, FSA, Sr. Council. PATSY FITCHETT Intramural Basketball, Captain, Clinic Assistant. PATRICIA FITZPATRICK Literary Magazine, Poetry Edi- tor, Select Girls' Choir, Library Assistant, Drama Club, Bishop Albers Honor Society, Latin Exam Magna Cum Lauda, Letter of Commendation. JOE FLINT Library Assistant. JOHN FLOOD Baseball, Varsity Club. LINDA FLOWERS School Store Assistant, Guidance As- sistant, Clinic Assistant, Pep Club, French Club, Spanish Club, MCC, Y-Teens, Sophote-ers, Serviteers. KEVIN FOLEY Literary Magazine, Softball, Swimming, Bowling, Spanish Club, Jr. Activities Committee, Sr. Coun- cil. SHARYN FORBES Yearbook, JV Cheerleader, Keyette, Pep Club, Art Guild, Freshman Letter of Commendation, Girls' State, Sophomore Committee Chairman, SCA Cabi- net, Representative, Speakeris Bureau, Secretary, Execu- tive Council. k LINDA L FLOWERS Sadie Haw iI1S Dance KEv1NA'.FoLEY SHARYN S. FORBES 'Stronger than dirt." Playful seniors proved their adeptness in raising money by sponsoring a Saturday after- noon car Wash. Seniors 107 z Senior Jo Anne Coakley reigned as WTW's first Christmas Dance queen. 108 Seniors BOB FOREMAN Rifle Team. BOB FOSSUM Basketballg Baseballg Library Assistantg Sr. Honor Societyg SCA Representative. BILL FRANZ Literary Magazineg Basketballg Thespian Societyg Debate Team, Presidentg Varsity Clubg French Clubg NHS Honor Roll. BOB FRASE Baseballg Footballg Trackg Swimmingg Var- sity Clubg Cavalier Corpsg Sr. Honor Societyg Jr. Honor Societyg SCA Representative. BETTY FRAZIER Cavalettes Baton Corps, Captain, C0- Captaing Bowling Clubg Band Secretaryg Keyetteg FHAg French Cluhg SCA Senator, Representative. GINGER F REED Newspaperg Cavalettes Baton Corps, Sec- retaryg Guidance Assistantg FTAg Pep Clubg French Clubg GAAg Homemaker of the Year. ROBERT P. FOREMAN ROBERT J. FOSSUM WILLIAM R. FRANZ ROBERT R. FRASE BETTY A. FRAZIER GINGER FREED RONALD J. FRIEDMAN SALLY A. FUGATE DAVID C. FULLERTON BRUCE G. FURBISH ERNEST C. GADDY RICHARD M. GAGE RANDY D. GALBRAITH NORMA C. GARDNER RONNIE FRIEDMAN Swimming, Pep Club, President, Spanish Club, Chess Club, Sr. Class Committee, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Senator, Representative, Forensics, Ist Place Boyis Public Speaking Award. SALLY FUGATE Intramural Tennis, Pep Club, Latin Cluby TCL. DAVID FULLERTON Yearbook, Track, Lab Assistant. BRUCE FURBISH Wrestling, Key Club, Secretary. RICHARD GAGE Track, Varsity Club. RANDY GALBRAITH JV, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track, Tennis, Key Club, J r. Representative, Varsity Club, Sr. Class Treasurer, SCA Representative. NORMA GARDNER Treble Choir, Guidance Assistant, Tri-Hi-Y, Sr. Homeroom Vice-President. BOB N. GARNER DORIS GAY PATRICIA A. GEARHART ANNE H. GIBERSON SUSAN A. GILLER BARBARA J. GILLIAM DOROTHY A. GILMAN BOB GARNER Symphonic Choir, Symphonic Ensemble, Symphonic Band, President, Drum Major, Pep Band, All- State Band, All-State Choir, All-Va. Choir, Drama Club, Vice-President, French Club, SCA Senator, Thespian Honor Society. PAT GEARHART Literary Magazine, Swimming, Debate Team, Secretary, Pep Club, Modern Dance, French Club, lst, 2nd, Honor Degree Forensic Awards, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class Committee. ANNE GIBERSON Clinic Assistant, FHA, State Dele- gate, Medical Careers Club, Secretary, President, Modern Dance, French Club, SCA Senator. SUSAN GILLER Basketball, Hockey, Softball, Library, Lab Assistant, French Club, Biology Club, Jr. Honor Society, Letter of Commendation. BARBARA GILLIAM Freshman Choir, Basketball, Swim- ming, Vocational Office Assistant, Pep Club. Seniors I09 110 Seniors PETER J. GOSSENS ROBERT E. GRADY HALSEY T. GREEN MARYLYNN GREEN WAYNE E. GREENBERG JANET L. GREENSTREET WILLIAM P, GRIFFIS LYNN E. GRIFFITH WILLIAM L. GRUNWELL SUSAN M. GUNDERSON DOUGLAS L. HABERLIE LORELEI E. HAIG BEVERLY GIMBLE Sr. Mixed Choirg FTAg FHA: YFCg Jr. Honor Society. CENARD GIRARD Wrestling. WOOFIE GODEK Footballg Wrestling: Tennis: Varsity Club: Swimming. ROBERTA GOLDBERG symphonic Band, Historian, Con- cert Bandg French Club. CAROLYN GOLWAY Sr. Mixed Choir, Concert Choir: Clinic Assistant: MCC: Drama Clubg French Clubg SCA Representative. CLAY GOMPF Library, Lab Assistant: FSA Vice-Presi- dent, Chemistry Club: Library Club. CHARLENE GOODELL Office Assistantg DE. JOYCE GOODNOUGH Newspaper: Cavalettes Baton Corps, Secretaryg Bowlingg Office Assistant, SCA Representative PAM GOODRICH Latin Club, Aedileg Letter of Commen- dation. ROMNEY GORDON Swimming, ICT: Tri-Hi-Y. PETE GOSSENS Yearbook, Basketball, Mgr., Football: Track: Guidance Assistant. Drama Club: Varsity Club: Bi- ology Award: Cavalier Corps. BOB GRADY Freshman Choir: Sophomore Mixed Choir: Trackg Swimming, Bowling: Lab, Athletic Assistantg Stamp and Coin Club, Presidentg Spanish Clubg FSA, Vice-P1'esi- dent. BEVERLY A. GIMBLE JULIAN C. GIRARD MATTHEW GODEK ROBERTA A. GOLDBERG CAROLYN GOLWAY CLAYTON N. GOMPF CHARLENE T. GOODELL JOYCE K. GOODNOUGH PAMELA F. GOODRICH ROMNEY S. GORDON HALSEY GREEN Sr. Mixed Choir: Track, Drama Club. MARYLYNN GREEN Sr. Mixed Choir, FHA, Pep Club. WAYNE GREENBERG Baseball: Football: Track: Ten- nis: Varsity Club: PTA Award: Sr. Council: SCA Repre- sentative. JANET GREENSTREET Dollar Den: Guidance, Finance Assistant, Pep Club. BILL GRIFFIS Symphonic Choir: Basketball: Football: Tennis, School Store Assistantg Key Club. LYNN GRIFFITH Yearbook: Symphonic Bandg JV, Var- sity Cheerleader:Office Assistantg'Keyetteg FTA: AFS, Sec- retary: Pep Clubg Math Club: Modern Dance: GAA: DAR Good Citizen Award: Sr. Class Secretary: Sr. Honor So- cietyg Freshman Class President. WlCKY GRUNWELL Football: Trackg Wrestling: Varsity Club, School Store Assistant. SUSAN GUNDERSON GAAg. Girls, Synchronized Swim- ming, Pep Club, Vice-President: Sr. Class Committee, Sr. Girls, Service Club: Okla. Girls' Stateg Honor Rollg SCA Representative. DOUG HABERLIE Footballg Wrestling: Drama Club: Radio Club. LORl HAIG Quill and Scroll: Yearbook, Assistant Bus. Mgr.. Underclassman Editor: Library. Guidance Assistant: Pep Club: French Club: Art Guild: Merit Semi-Finalist: SCA Representative. 4'Ho, ho, boli' Jolly Saint Berezoski has just discovered a letter from Hlittle Wa1lyBurke." Seniors 111 112 Sen LINDA D HALBERT CARROLL E HALL 9 SUSANB HALL "Wonderland by Nightj th LINDA HALBERT Glee Club, Sextet, Office Assistant, Drama Club, French Club, Historian Society, Jr. Class Selling Committee, Jr. Class Prom Committee, Co-Chair- man. SUSAN HALL Drama Club, Thespian Society, Pep Club, Jr. Class Committee, SCA Cabinet, SCA Representative, Speakerls Bureau. MIKE HAMMER Freshman Choir, Swimming. DOUG HANEWINCKEL Newspaper, Reporter, Baseball, Manager, Track, Wrestling, Swimming, Drama Club, De- bate Team, Letter of Commendation, Sophomore Class Officer. MARK HANSEN Newspaper, Freshman Choir, Baseball, Football, Swimming, Key Club, Ski Club, Sr. Honor So- ciety, Vice-President, SCA Representative, Cavalier Corps. CHARLIE HARLAN Treble Choir, President, Varsity Hoc- key, Softball, Drill Team, FHA, President, Drama Club, Debate Team, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Art Guild, Y-Teens, Sophomore, Jr., Sr. Committees, SCA Representative, Speak- er's Bureau. BOB HARMAN Newspaper, Symphonic Choir, Concert Choir, Vice-President, Basketball, Football, Track, Key Club, Vice-President, Drama Club, Varsity Club, Sopho- more Class Vice-President, Jr. Class Committee, SCA Rep- resentative. MIKE HARRIS Lab Assistant, FSA, Drama Club, SCA Representative. MARILEA HAWKINS FTA, Drama Club, FHA, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Art Guild. VOT. SANDY HAWTHORNE Basketball, Swimming, Guidance, Clinic Assistant, Drama Club, Pep Club, Sr. Council. REGE HAZLETT Electronics Club. DICK HEALY Lab Assistant, FSA, Electronics Club' 7 Chemistry Club, Debate Team, Captain, Latin Club, Span- ish Club, Letter of Commendation, Jr. Class Committee, SCA Senator. JAY HEARN Literary Magazine, Business Manager, Cir- culation Manager, Art Guild, SCA Alternate Representa- tive. STEPHANIE HEATWOLE Hockey, Guidance Assistant, FHA, Historian, Treasurer, President, Jr. Homemaker's Degree, Treasurer of County Chapter, GRA, Debate Team, Latin Club, JCL, SCA Senator, Representative. RANDY HEBERLEIN Band, Sound Service, President. CIM HENRY Intramural Wrestling, German Club, Teen Club, President, Sr. Homeroom President. MARGIE HENRY Yearbook, Girls, Chorus, Intramural Volleyball, Clinic Assistant, MCC, Vice-President, Pep Club, Latin Club, JCL, SCA Representative. TOM HESELTON Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Bas- ketball, Baseball, Track, Wrestling, Tennis, Athletic As- sistant, Science Club, Spanish Club. Christmas dance, was sponsored by W'l'W seniors MICHAEL L. HAMMER WILLIAM D. HANEWINCKEL MARK F. HANSEN .IARL E. HANSON CHARLOTTE K. HARLAN ROBERT B. HARMAN MICHAEL K. HARRIS MARILE-A E. HAWKIN S PHYLLIS L. HAWKIN S SANDRA K. HAWTHORNE REGENALD S. HAZLETT RICHARD D. HEALY JOHN V. HEARN STEPHANIE P. HEATWOLE ROBERT R. HEBERLEIN JAMES R. HENRY MARJORIE V. HENRY THOMAS C. HESELTON Seniors 113 PHYLLIS HAWKINS Dollar Den, Guidance Assistant, l TEDDY J. HEURING i ANITA K. HEWES 1 MARILYN J. HICKS DONNA M. HIGGINS JOAN V. HITCHCOCK ' HOCKERSMITH TERESA A. RAY HOLLOWAY PAUL W. HOLMES OLE L. HOLST JAY C. HOOVER KATHRYN W. HOPKINS SHARON L. HOUSTON CLINTON W. HOWARD LINDA A. HOWARD SANDRA L. HOWARD JOHN D. HUGGINS ALISON K. HUGHES MARY LOU HULL BRITTAIN D. HUMPHREY ROBERT H. HUNSBERGER FAY E. HUYLER TED HEURING Football, Track. ANITA HEWES Swimming, FHA. MARILYN HICKS Quill and Scroll, Yearbook, Copy Edi- tor, Sr. Class Editor, Select Girls' Choir, Honor Choir, Girls' Sextet, FNA Vice-President, Drama Club, Interna- tional Club, Vice-President, Pep Club, Historian Club, DAR Citizenship Nominee, Freshman Class Senator, Sopho- more Class Secretary, Sr. Honor Society, Secretary, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Representative. DONNA HIGGINS Drama Club, Latin Club, Art Guild JOAN HITCHCOCK Symphonic Choir, Secretary, Treas urer, Girls' Choir, Concert Choir, Swimming, Freshman, JV, Varsity Cheerleader, FTA, Jr. Class Secretary-Treas urer, Sr. Activities Committee Chairman. TERRI HOCKERSIVIITH Select Girls, Choir, Girls' Choir Vice-President, Concert Choir, Vice-President, Basketball 114 Seniors Hockey, Softball, Freshman, JV, Varsity Cheerleader, Of- fice, School Store Assistant, FHA, Bowling, Drama Club, Pep Club, Latin Club, JCL, Spanish Club, SCA Repre- sentative. OLE HOLST American Field Service Exchange Student. JAN HOOVER Drama Club, Lighting, YFC Representa- tive, Treasurer, Vice-President. KITTY HOPKINS Treble Choir, Guidance Assistant, FHA, French Club, Jr. Class Committee, SCA Represen- tative, Monitor. LEE HOUSTON Library Assistant, Pep Club. CHUCK HOWARD Symphonic Ensemble, Band, Chemis try Club, French Club, Vice-President, Jr. Honor Society LINDA HOWARD Literary Magazine, JV Basketball Art Guild, SCA Representative. 7 SANDY HOWARD Literary Magazineg JV Basketballg Art Guild, Presidentg SCA Senator. JOHN HUGGINS Newspaper, Reporterg Yearbook, Pho- tographerg Basketball, Football, Wrestling lVlgr.g Golf' Drama Clubg Thespian Societyg' International Clubg Let- ter of Commendation. ALISON HUGHES Clee Clubg School Store Assistantg Drama Clubg French Clubg SCA Representative. MARY LOU HULL Yearbookg Varsity Hockeyg Varsity Softballg Play Production, Stage Crewg Drama Clubg Mono- gram Clubg Homeroom Secretaryg Jr. Honor Society. DEE HUMPHREY Trackg Wrestlingg Spanish Honor So- ciety. BOBBY HUNSBERCER Newspaper, News Editorg Lab Assistantg Key Clubg Latin Clubg Freshman Councilg Soph- omore Council: Jr. Honor Society. The Senior Class trip to Congress was sponsored by American government Classes. Seniors 115 K i WE-NDY L. IMPETT 5 STEPHANIE J. ISSITT A JAN C. JACOBSEN SUZANNE M. JANET JOHN J. JAVAGE MARILYN A. JEFFERS i MARGARET J. JOBST BRADISH F. JOHNSON GAIL M. JOHNSON IRIS M. JOHNSON WENDY IMPETT Symphonic Bandg Drama Clubg Rus- sian Club. STEVIE ISSITT Yearbookg Symphonic Bandg JV, Var- sity Softballg JV, Varsity Basketballg Hockey. Captaing Basketball Sportsmanship Awardg Sr. Honor Societyg Key- etteg Jr. Honor Societyg SCA Representativeg Jr. Coun- pcilg Sr. Council. JAN JACOBSEN Trackg Drama Clubg Debate Team. SUZANNE JANET ICT. JOHN JAVAGE Baseballg Football, Trackg DE, Treas- urerg Pep Clubg Varsity Clubg Spanish Clubg SCA Repre- sentative. MARILYN JEFF ERS Flagtwirlerg Tri-Hi-Yg French Clubg Sophomore Committeeg SCA Representative. JANIE JOBST Literary Magazineg Tennisg GAAg Pep Clubg Jr. Red Crossg Sophomore Committee. BRAD JOHNSON Library Assistantg Key Clubg Spanish Club. GAIL JOHNSON Varsity, Freshman, JV Cheerleader, Captaing Athletic Assistantg German Clubg Latin Clubg SCA Senator. IRIS JOHNSON Hockeyg Guidance Assistantg Keyetteg Debate Teamg Spanish Club, Presidentg Merit Semi-Fin- alistg American Legion Awardg Sr. Honor Societyg Jr. Honor Societyg Spanish Honor Societyg SCA Senator. SHERRY JOHNSON Newspaperg Freshman Choirg JV Softballg Clinic Assistantg Drama Club, Program Chairman. CATHY JONES Treble Choirg FHAg Pep Clubg French Club. LINDA JONES Treble Choirg Volleyballg FHAg FTAQ Pep Clubg Swimmingg Bowling. EILEEN JORAY School Store, Guidance Assistantg FHA. TOM JOYCE Baseballg Wrestlingg Trackg Varsity Clubg Outstanding Track Awardg Debate Teamg Cavalier Corps, Presidentg SCA Cabinet, Senator. MIKE JOYE FSAg Electronics Clubg Chemistry Club, Presidentg International Clubg Chess Clubg Stamp Clubg Sr. Honor Societyg SCA Senatorg Letter of Commenda- tion. MIKE' KARNES Newspaperg School Store, Dollar Den Assistantg French Clubg Latin Club. MARYANN KEMBLE Freshman, Treble Choirg Basket- ballg Softballg Swimmingg School Store, Athletic Assist- antg Freshman Class Officerg Jr. Class Committee. BOB KERSHES Wrestlingg School Store, Athletic Assist- antg DEQ Varsity Club. WALTER KEYTON DE. TRISHA KIELSGARD Treble Choirg Mixed Chorusg Swimmingg Clinic Assistantg FI'IAg FNAg Latin Clubg SCA Representative. Congressman Joel T. Broyhill addressed the largest single student group ever to visit Capitol Hill, the WTW Class of 764. 116 Seniors SHERRY B. JOHNSON CATHERINE L. JONES LINDA C. JONES EILEEN M. JORAY THOMAS B. JOYCE MICHAEL R. JOYE MIKE D. KARNES ANNA M. KEGLEY MARYANN KEMBLE ROBERT F. KERSHES WALTER B. KEYTON TRIS-HA A. KIELSGARD Seniors 117 With its December performance in WTW's auditorium the Na- tional Ballet afforded cultural experience for seniors? IIS Seniors Happiness is a ballet, CINDY KING Yearbook, Business lVIgr.g Basketball, Cap- taing Hockey, Captaing Softball, Captaing Keyetteg Mid- cal Careersg Sr. Honor Societyg SCA Representative. SANDY KITTRELL Intramural Softballg Pep Clubg Art Cuildg Biology Club. SUSAN KNIGHT Newspaper, Society Editorg Select Girls' Choirg Freshman Choirg Drama Club, Secretaryg Interna- tional Clubg Pep Clubg French Clubg Philosophy Clubg whsr-fm radio stationg Citizenship Awardg Sophomore Class Committeeg Jr. Class Committee: Jr. Honor Society, Secre- taryg SCA Representative. BARBARA KOZINA ICT, Secretaryg Pep Clubg Modern Danceg Art Cuilclg SCA Representative. CYNTHIA A. KING SANDRA L. KITTRELL FRANCIS A. KLICK SUSAN C. KNIGHT KATH Y R N J. KNOTT BARBARA I. KOZINA MARGARET A. LACEY MICHAEL M. LAGARDE CAROL A. LAIRD SHAREN E. LANE CAROLYN .I . LATINA LINDA C. LAWTER LINDA P. LEE RICHARD W. LEHMAN SUSAN P. LEMESHEWSKY ROBERT R. LEWIS SUSAN H. LEWIS LINDA G. LITTLE MICHAEL W. LITTLE PAUL F. LIVENGOOD CAROL A. LIVINGSTON a party, and a visit to Congress, all in one week MIKE LACARDE Symphonic Bandg Concert Bandg Pep Bandg lVIodern Dance Bandg Parade Bandg Footballg Trackg Varsity Clubg SCA Representative. CAROL LAIRD Newspaper, Reporterg Symphonic Band, Vice-Presidentg FSAQ Pep Clubg French Clubg SCA Sena- tor, Representative. SHERRY LANE Softballg VOT. CAROLYN LATINA Clinic Assistantg Drama Clubg Pep Clubg French Clubg SCA Representative. LINDA LAWTER Select Girls, Choirg Office Assistantg Dollar Deng FHAg Pep Club. LINDA LEE Basketballg Softballg Library, Lab Assist- antg FTAg DEg Jr. Class Committeeg SCA Representative. RICK LEHMAN Baseballg Golf, Captaing Varsity Clubg Latin Clubg Bowlingg Gymkanag SCA Representative. SUSAN LEMESHEWSKY Treble Choirg French Club: Latin Club. BOB LEWIS Baseballg Footballg Trackg FTA, President SUSAN LEWIS Literary Magazineg Newspaperg Year bookg Select Girls' Choirg Freshman Choirg Swimmingg School Store Assistantg FTAg Pep Clubg Latin Clubg Ir Red Crossg Freshman Class Senatorg Sophomore Class Secretaryg Jr. Class Committee. Varsity Cheerleaderg School Store Assistantg Pep Club SCA Representativeg Speakerls Bureau. Seniors 110 FRED LIVENGOOD Symphonic Bandg Footballg Track: 120 Seniors GAIL LIVINGSTON Basketball, Hockey, Sportsmanship Award, Swimming, Keyette, German Club, Sophomore, Ir., Sr. Class Committees, Sr. Honor Society, Ir. Honor Society, SCA Representative. FRED LOHMAN JV, Varsity Track, DE, Military Award. BOB LOOMIS Track, Electronics Club, Secretary, Rocket Club, Science Club, German Club, Letter of Commenda- tion. MAUREEN LOWE Pep Club, Spanish Club, Freshman, Sophomore Class Committees, Talent Show, SCA Cabinet, Representative. TERRY LUND Swimming, Guidance, Clinic Assistant, Pep Club, French Club, Freshman Class Secretary. MORRIS LUTTRELL Wrestling. SHARON LUTZ Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Clinic Assistant, FHA, MCC, Spanish Club, SCA Representative. PAT LYONS School Store, Library Assistant, Guidance Assistant, Pep Club, SCA Representative, Sr. Activities Committee. ELMER MALEY IV, Varsity Baseball, Co-Captain, Var- sity Club. JIM MANN Literary Magazine, Editor-in-Chief, Sym- phonic Choir, President, Ifs Academic Team, Key Club, Thespian Society, Play Production, Lead, Merit Semi- Finalist, SCA Cabinet, Speakerls Bureau. CHRISTINA MARCROF T Literary Magazine, Newspaper, Yearbook, Treble Choir, Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Fencing, Dollar Den Assistant, FSA, Thespian Society, YFC. KAREN MARLIN Newspaper, Treble Choir, Select Mixed Choir, Library Assistant, FHA. BARBARA MARRERO FNA, Spanish Club. .IEANNIE MARSH , Office, School Store Assistant, FHA, FNA, Debate Club, French Club, Bowling SCA Repre- sentative. MARY MARSTON Quill and Scroll, Yearbook, Under- classmen Editor, Symphonic Ensemble, Choir Secretary, International Club, Latin Club, Glee Club, Varsity Cheer- leader, Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club, Vice-President, Sr. Class Committee, Sr. Honor Society, Sweetheart Queen. DON MARTIN Freshman Choir, Football, Wrestling, Chemistry Club. RUTH MASSEY Sr. Mixed Choir, Treble Choir, Librar- ian, Basketball, Choral, Band Assistant, Chemistry Club, FHA, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Secretary. TOM MAY Track, DE. MORRIS MAYES Newspaper, Baseball, Football, Wres- tling, Golf, Research Club, International Club, Varsity Club, Swim Club, Science Club, Ir. Honor Society. Caps, gowns, and diplomas were 500 strong MAUREEN L. LOWE TERRY L. LUND MORRIS P. LUTTRELL SHARON J. LUTZ PATRICIA R. LYONS EUGENE F. MACCASLIN JAMES P. MANN ELMER L. MALEY KENNETH A. MARCERON CHRISTINA G. MARCROFT KAREN A. MARLIN BARBARA J. MARRERO JEANNE A. MARSH MARY MARGARET MARSTON DONALD F. MARTIN RUTH A. MASSEY THOMAS J. MAY R. MORRIS MAYES I l College Boards and Achievement Tests were an important step in the direction GAIL LIVINGSTON of college admission. Craig Cradlin, Rick Munnikhuysen, Wayne Greenberg. FRED M. LOHMAN June 9th ROBERT J. LOOMIS Seniors 121 ,,.. 122 Seniors MARIAN J McKNIGHT MONIQUE C. MCMAHON R. DOUGLAS MILLER LAUREL A. MILLER MAILE MOFFIT CATHERINE MOLCHANOFF PATRICIA A. MONAHAN CAROLL A. MOORE PAMELA A. MORELAND SUSAN J. MORITZ MARDY L. MUDRINICH LINDA L. MULLINS MIKE MCBLAIR Symphonic Choir, Football, Track, Swimming, Athletic Assistant, Drama Productions. ROBERT MCCARTHY Yearbook, Track, Varsity Club, Latin Club, Letter of Commendation, Jr. Honor Society. CAROLYN McCLELLAND Newspaper, Swimming, Drill Team, GAA, French Club, Girls, League, Freshman Class Treasurer, Jr. Class Prom Committee, Council, Sr. Christ- mas Dance Committee. FRED MCCONNELL Basketball Track, Pep Club, Span- ish Club, Letter of Commendation, Sr. Honor Society, SCA Cabinet, Math Honor Society. DIANA MCDANIEL Dollar Den, Guidance Assistant: FHA, Pep Club. MAUREEN MCDONALD Newspaper, Yearbook, Basket- ball, Tennis, Guidance Assistant, Jr. Prom Committee, Sr. Christmas Dance Committee. JOE MCDONOUGH Key Club, Projectionist Club, Bi- ology Club, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Representative, Jr. Activities Committee. MARIAN MCKNIGHT Symphonic Band, Treasurer, Sec- retary, Band Council, YFC Secretary, Treasurer, Vice- President, Band Letter Award. MIKI MCMAHON Symphonic Choir, Ensemble, A Cap- pella Choir, Girls, Chorus, Ensemble, All-State Choir: Kaden Club. MICHAEL E. MCBLAIR HELEN M. McCALMAN ROBERT E. MCCARTHY CAROLYN McCLELLAND MICHAEL L, MCCLUSKY FRED M. MCCONNELL DIANA L. MCDANIEL STEVEN MCDANIEL MAUREEN A. MCDONALD JOSEPH C. MCDONOUGH DOUG MILLER Wrestling, Library Assistant, Electronic Club. LAUREL MILLER Chemistry Club, Secretary-Treasurer German Club, YFC Treasurer. MAILE MOFFIT Literary Magazine, Art Editor, Select Girls, Choir, Swimming, Freshman, Varsity Cheerleader, FTA, Pep Club, French Club, Spanish Club, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Representative, Library Assistant. CATHY MOLCHANOFF School Store, Guidance Assist- ant, FNA, German Club. PAT MONAHAN Freshman Choir, ICT. PAM MORELAND Newspaper, Yearbook, Drill Team, Intramurals, Pep Club, French Club, Sr. Honor Society, Secretary, Jr. Class President. SUSI MORITZ Symphonic Choir, Track, Swimming, JV Cheerleader, School Store Assistant, GAA, SCA Rep- resentative. MARDY MUDRINICH Newspaper, Art and Photography Editor, Yearbook, Glee Club, Basketball, Softball, Drama Club, Secretary, Pep Club, French Club, Letter of Com- mendation, Sr. Honor Society, French Honor Society. LINDA MULLINS Office Assistant, FHA, Jr. Home- makeris Degree, YFC, SCA Representative. Senior Sophisticates employed brilliant underhanded strategy to be victorious over the Junior Jovials. Bob Prouty, Bob Uhler, Tom Joyce. Seniors 123 RICHARD D. MUNNIKHUYSEN LINDA JOYCE MUNSTER JO ANNE MURRAH These are our . . . uh . . . coordinated l,'llCl'flL'Lld61'S who cheered the Senior Sophisticates to victory. 124 Seniors RICK MUNNIKHUYSEN Wrestling: Football: Key Club: Letter of Commendation: Sophomore Class Senator: Sr. Honor Society: Jr. Honor Society: Inter-Club Council, President: SCA Cabinet: SCA Speaker's Bureau, Secre- tary. LINDA MUNSTER JV Basketball: Varsity Softball: School Store Assistant: Pep Club: Ir. Class Committee Chairman: Junior Honor Society: SCA Cabinet. ,IO ANNE MURRAH Library Assistant: Latin Club: SCA Courtesy Committee. JIM MUSINSKI Newspaper: Boys? Choir: Glee Club: Intramural Basketball, Track, Baseball, Football: Tennis: Swimming: Drama Club: Thespian Society: Sophomore, Jr. Class Secretary-Treasurer: SCA Representative. LANA NEALE Softball, Intramural Sports: FHA: Span- ish Club: SCA Representative. SANDY NEFF Select Girls, Choir: Guidance Assistant: FEL: Pep Club. SUZY NEUBURG Newspaper: IV, Varsity Basketball: Pep Club: French Club: Sr. Honor Society: ,Ir. Honor Society: French Honor Society: SCA Vice-President: SCA Senate President: SCA Representative: Speaker's Bureau: SCA State Convention. KAREN NEWLON Literary Magazine, Secretary-Treas- urer: Sr. Mixed Choir: Office Assistant: FHA: Art Guild: Drama Productions. DEBBIE NEWMAN Select Girls' Choir: Pep Club: Lat- in Club: Russian Club, Secretary: Jr., Sr. Class Activities Committee: Latin Honor Society: SCA Representative: House of Representatives, Secretary. MIKE NICKODEM Baseball: Swimming: Intramurals: French Club: SCA Alternate Representative: Jr. Council of World Affairs, Chairman. LINDA NICHOLS VOT. MIRIAM NOLL Intramurals: Clinic, DE Office Assist- ant: MCC, Secretary: YFC, Secretary: SCA Represen- tative. RONNIE NOWELL Symphonic, Concert, Reserve Band: ICT: Student Bus Driver. ANNABELLE NUTTER FHA: VOT. 7 ANDREA NYGREN Literary Magazine: Select Girls Choir, President: Treble Choir, Student Director: Concert, Cadet, Robed Choir: Freshman Cheerleader: Drill Team, Lieutenant: Pep Club: French Club: Jr. Honor Society: Circle Francaise: SCA Senator. FRANCES OIBANNON Dollar Den Assistant: FHA, Secretary. ROSEMARY O'DONOHUE Keyette: French Club: Jr. Class Play Chairman, Prom Committee: Sr. Honor Society: Ir. Honor Society, Treasurer: SCA Representative. GINNY OLSON Newspaper: Girls' Choir: Softball: Drill Corps: Keyette, Recording Secretary: Latin Club: Art Guild: Ir. Council: Mu Alpha Theta Math Club. JOHN O'NEILL Football: Football Award. ERIC ORME Newspaper: Track: Tennis: Swimming: FSA: Chemistry Club: Latin Club: Ist Place, Biology Sci- ence Fair: Jr. Honor Society: Sr. Honor Society. JAMES M. MUSINSKI ALAN NASH LANA B. NEALE SANDRA L. NEFF SUZANNE S. NEUBURG JUDITH K. NEWLON DEBORAH L. NEWMAN LINDA I. NICHOLS MICHAEL W. NICKODEM MIRIAM A. NOLL RONNIE E. NOWELL ANNABELLE R. NUTTER ANDREA NYGREN FRANCES E. O'BANNON ROSEMARY 0'DONOHUE VIRGINIA A. OLSON JOHN H. O'NEILL ERIC P. ORME .Seniors 125 WILLIAM C. OVER JULIE A. OWENS VIRGINIA A. PACE JAMES W. PAINTER ANNE F. PALMBLAD A. JUDITH PALMER ROBERT J. PARESEAU a Q ga JAMES L. PARKER JAMES W. PARRISH JANET G. PARRISH GLENDA M. PAYNE RICHARD C. PAYNE JUDITH A. PENN KENNETH W. PENNINGTON ALICE M. PERETTI ELSTON N. PERRY WILLIAM O. PERRY DONALD S. PETERSEN WILLIAM H. PETERSON DAVID M. PEXTON BARBARA J. PHILLIPS BILL OVER Basketballg Baseball. JULIE OWENS Sr. Mixed Choir, Guidance Assistantg Pep Clubg Latin Club. GINGER PACE Yearbookg Symp-honic Choir, Treble Choir, Basketballg Softballg Library, Guidance Assistant, Medical Careersg Drama Clubg Thespian Society, Latin Club, Jr. Class Secretaryg SCA Representative. JAMES PAINTER Sr. Mixed Choir, Lab Assistant, Chem- istry Clubg Latin Clubg Merit Semi-Finalistg Jr. Honor Society. ANNE PALMBLAD Newspaper, Reporter, Basketball, Drama Club, Program Chairman, Thespian Societyg Pep Club. JUDY PALMER Bowling. BOB PARESEAU Track, Swimming, Art Guild. 126 Seniors JIM PARRISH Symphonic Band, Librarian, Pep Bandg Woodwind Ensemble. JANET PARRISH Basketball, Cavalettes Baton Corpsg School Store Assistantg FHA, Spanish Clubg Treasurerg SCA Representative. GLENDA PAYN E VOT. CHAMP PAYNE Footballg Track, Wrestlingg Key Clubg Latin Club, Consul, Letter of Commendationg Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Societyg SCA Senator. JUDI PENN FHA, YFC President, French Club, SCA Senator. KEN PENNINGTON Symphonic Choir, Vice-Presidentg Symphonic Ensembleg Basketballg Baseball, Freshman, Varsity Football, Key Club, Secretary, Treasurerg Varsity Clubg Sophomore Class Ways and Means Committeeg SCA Representative, Cavalier Corpsg Yearbook, Sports Editor, Football Award, Defensive Back. ALICE PERETTI Newspaper, Feature Assistant, Basket- ball, Track, Softball, Swimming, School Store Assistant, FTA, Debate Team, SCA Representative. ELSTON PERRY Football, Track, Wrestling. BILL PERRY JV, Varsity Basketball, Captain, IV, Var- sity Baseball, JV, Varsity Football, Captain, Key Club, Latin Club, Basketball Award, Most Valuable Player, Football Award, Sportsmanship, SCA Representative, Speak- er's Bureau. DON PETERSEN Track, Lab Assistant, Biology Club, Jr. Boy of the Year Award, Jr. Class President, Home- room President, Cavalier Corps, Treasurer. BILL PETERSON Newspaper, Boys, Chorus, Intramural Football, Drama Club, Pep Club, Chess Club, Forensics Contest. DAVID PEXTON Pep Club. BARBARA PHILLIPS Literary Magazine, Treble Choir, Symphonic Choir, Varsity Cheerleader, Co-Captain, Key- ette, Chaplain, Pep Club, French Club. x l The dramatic talents of Rachel Roop and Mike McBlair were displayed in "The Lotteryf' Seniors 127 KATHLEEN PHILLIPS MARY JANE PHIPPS JUDITH A. PINK HELEN P. PLOUGH DONALD B. POE KERMIT R. POPE RANDALL B. POPE SUSAN K. PRESSENTIN PATRICIA A. PRICE SANDRA T. PRICE PATRICIA A. PRINE ROBERT V. PROUTY JOHN M. QUINN NANCY V. RAINE PAUL W. RAMSEY MARGARET E. REED PHILIP J. REID MICHAEL RENAUD CAROL RENNER JERI M. RIGOULOT REGINA A. RINCK KATHY PHILLIPS Quill and Scroll, Yearbook, Assistant Editor, Copy Editor, Guidance Assistant, FHA, Drama Club, Thespian Society, Play Productions, Pep Club, Tri- Hi-Y, French Club, French Honor Society, Sr. Honor So- ciety, Jrl Council, Committee, SCA Representative, Sp-eak- er's Bureau ,Girlsl State. MARY PHIPPS Library, Guidance Assistant, FNA, Drama Club, Debate Team, Modern Dance, Forensics Team, Jr. Committee, National Beta Club, SCA Representative. JUDY PINK Bowling, Pep Club, GAA, Sophomore Class Treasurer. PATTI PLOUGH Drama Club, Art Guild, Treasurer, President, SCA Senator. DON POE Symphonic, Freshman Band, Basketball, Swim- ming Team, Latin Club, Letter of Commendation. KERRY POPE Track, Wrestling, Lab Assistant, Spanish Club, SCA Representative, Jr., Sr. Class Committees. RANDY POPE Lab Assistant, Drama Club, French Club, Geology Club, President, Letter of Commendation, SCA 123 Seniors Senator. SUSI PRESSENTIN Newspaper, Editor, Assistant Editor, lst Page Editor, Drama Club, President, Debate Club, Sr. Honor Society, Quill and Scroll. PAT PRICE Sr. Mixed, Freshman Choirs, Basketball, Li- brary Assistant, International Club, Debate Club, Latin Club. SANDY PRICE Newspaper, Yearbook, Library Assistant, Drama Club, International Club, Jr. Honor Society, Merit Semi-Finalist. PAT PRINE Literary Magazine, Art Editor, Drama Club, Latin Club, Art Guild, Letter of Commendation. BOB PROUTY Football, Captain, Varsity Club, Outstand- ing Defensive Back Award. JOHN QUINN Chess Club, Geology Club. NANCY RAINE Treble, Freshman Choir, JV Cheerleader, Drama Club, Thespian Society Vice-President, French Club, Sophomore, Jr., Sr. Committees, SCA Speaker's Bureau. fda? rig 2 PAUL RAMSEY Quill and Scrollg Newspaper, Editor-in- Chiefg Basketballg Football, Captaing Debate Teamg Spanish Clubg Sophomore, Jr. Committeesg Sr. Honor Societyg SCA Senate, Representative. EMILY REED Yearbook, Activities Eclitorg Treble, Girls' Choirg lntramuralsg FHAQ Drama Club, Thespian Society Secretaryg Spanish Clubg SCA Representativeg Class Com- mitteesg Sophomore Class Vice-President. PHIL REID JV, Varsity Footballg Wrestlingg Key Clubg SCA Representative. MIKE, RENAUD Traclcg Tennisg FSAg Drama Clubg Thes- pian Soeietyg Varsity Club. JERI RICOULOT Quill and Scrollg Yearbook, Organiza tions Eclitorg Treble Choir, Vice-Presidentg Symphonic Banclg Hockeyg Art Clubg Jr. Committee Chairman. REGINA RINCK Select Girls, Choirg Volleyballg Pep Clubg French Clubg CAAQ Sophomore, Jr. Committees. Mid-terms and finals were hard on nerves and feet. Seniors 129 130 Seniors CHRISTYL A. M. SAARI PENNY L. SAGERT JUDITH A. SANBORN GREGORY M. SARLEY ROBERT SATTERFORD BRIAN W. SCHAIBLE HAROLD A. SCHAITBERCER SARA F. SCHEIDER DONNA L. SCHNEIDER ARCH C. SCURLOCK SUSAN A. SEARS MARYBETH SEDOFF NANCY J. ROBB ANNE A. ROBERTS EMILY A. ROBERTS NANCY ROBB Yearbook, Academic Editor, Swimming, AFS, Treasurer, Pep Club, Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, Presi- dent, Letter of Commendation, Sr. Honor Society, SCA Senator, Queens, Committee Chairman. ANNE ROBERTS Drill Team, Guidance Assistant, Drama Club, Thespian Society, Latin Club, Sr. Council, SCA Treasurer, Secretary, Representative. BOB ROBINSON Basketball, Baseball, Football, Golf, School Store, Athletic Assistant. RACHEL ROOP Quill and Scroll, Newspaper, 2nd Page Editor, Make-up, French Club, Letter of Commendation, Jr. Honor Society, Sr. Honor Society. PATTI ROSS Select Girls', Treble, Mixed Choir, JV, Var- sity Softball, Dollar Den, Softball Award, Outstanding Player. KARSTEN ROTHENBERG Wrestling, Swimming, SCA Representative. BOOP ROWLEY Symphonic Choir, Treasurer, Symphonic Ensemble: A Cappella, Basketball, Hockey, Freshman, IV, Varsity Cheerleader, Keyette, Drama Club, Pep Club, French Club, All-State Choir, Sr. Council, Committee, Ir. Honor Society. CHRISTYL SAARI Basketball, Captain, Tennis, FHA, French Club, Secretary, Program Chairman, Art Guild, Good Will Society. LYNDA ROBERTS ROBERT E. ROBINSON RACHEL E. ROOP PATRICIA A. ROSS WILLIAM M. ROSS KARSTEN H. ROTHENBERG BELINHA P. ROWLEY PENNY SAGERT Symphonic Band, Softball, Freshman Cheerleader, Cavalettes Baton Corps, Treasurer, Library Assistant, Pep Club, German Club, Ir. Honor Society. JUDY SANBORN Symphonic, Sr. Mixed Choir, Cavalettes Baton Corps, Treasurer, Library Assistant, Pep Club, Ger- man Club, Ir. Honor Society. GREG SARLEY Symphonic Choir, Concert Band, Boys, Chorus, Football, Track, Wrestling, Soccer, Varsity Club, Biology Club, Cavalier Corps. BOB SATTERFORD Symphonic Band, Pep Band Director, Baseball Mgr., Letter of Commendation. BRIAN SCHAIBLE Symphonic Choir, Ensemble, Concert Mixed Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Tennis, Library Assistant, Varsity Club, French Club. SARA SCHEIDER Literary Magazine, Business Mgr., Sym- phonic Band, Secretary, FSA, International Club. DONNA SCHNEIDER Sr. Mixed, Treble Choir, Girls' Chorus, Drama Club, Pep Club. ARCH SCURLOCK Tennis, Bowling. SUSY SEARS Basketball, Softball, Treasurer, Drama Club, Spanish Club, MCC, Treasurer, ,lr. Honor Society. MARYBETH SEDOFF Literary Magazine, French Club, Art Guild, Vice-President, Secretary, SCA Representative. Extravaganza '64 anticipated Class of '64 reunion , . . 4'Moments to Remember." Seniors 131 PHYLLIS SEE Newspaper, Circulations Managerg Office Assistantg Latin Club. JACK SELBY Baskethallg Footballg Trackg Swimmingg FBL, Vice-Presidentg Varsity Clubg Cavalier Corps. KATHY SHEEHAN Yearbookg Treble Choirg Sr. Mixed Choirg Basketballg Softballg Drama Clubg Spanish Clubg Sr. Council. WILLARD SHELTON Student Bus Driver. SUE SHERTZER Guidance Assistantg FI'IAg FTAg Pep Clubg Sophomore Class Secretaryg Jr., Sr. Committeesg Na- tional Beta Clubg SCA Representative. SHERRIANNE SHIREY Treble Choirg Dollar Den As- sistantg FTA Debate Teamg Spanish Club. BONNIE SHUBART Quill and Scrollg Newspaper, Re- porter, Editorg Musical Productiong Keyette, Treasurer, N. Virginia District Vice-Presidentg FHAg French Clubg Latin Clubg Swimming Clubg Letter of Commendationg Jr. Council, Committeesg Sr. Honor Societyg Jr. Honor Society, Treasurer. BUFORD SIDES Freshman Choirg DE. DIANE SIDDALL Glee Clubg Scepter Tri-Hi-Yg Spanish Club. SHERON SIMMONS Select Girls' Choir, Vice-Presidentg Sr. Mixed Choir: Senior Mixed Ensemhleg Drama Club. CAROLYN SIMMS Guidance Assistantg FHAQ Interna- tional Clubg Pep Club. ARTHUR SINGER Newspaperg DEg Freshman Class Presi- dentg SCA Representative. SUE SITHENS Treble Choirg Bowling. BUTCH SMARR .Symphonic Bandg Concert Bandg JV, Varsity Baseballg JV. Varsity Football, Co-Captaing Defensive Lineman Award. BILL SMITH Baseballg Trackg FSAg Chemistry Clubg Sophomore Class Committeeg SCA Representative. DEWITT SMITH Symphonic Bandg Concert Bandg Basket- ballg Footballg Trackg Lab Assistantg French Clubg Latin Clubg SCA Representative. JIM SMITH Baseballg Footballg SCA Representative. JONATHAN SMITH Sr. Mixed Choirg Footballg Golfg La- crosseg Lab Assistantg French Clubg Letter of Commenda- tion: Sr. Honor Societyg SCA Senator, Representative. M ARTINA SMITH VOT. SHERYL SMITH Symphonic Choirg Sr. Mixed Choir: Freshman Cheerleaderg Clinic Assistantg Thespian Society: Pep Clubg SCA Representative. SUZANNE SMITHES Sr. Mixed Choirg Majoretteg FNA: Practical Nursing. Treasurer. Seniors in tux and formals said "Sayonara" WILLARD I.. SHELTON SUE ANN SHERTZER SHERRIANNE SHIREY BONNIE J. SHUBART BUFORD B. SIDES DIANE SIDDALL SHERON M. SIMMONS CAROLYN J. SIMMS ARTHUR C. SINGER SUZANNE L. SITHENS HAROLD C. SMARR BILL G. SMITH DEWITT T. SMITH JAMES P. SMITH JONATHAN R. SMITH MARTINA SMITH SHERYL J. SMITH SUZANNE M. SMITHES I 32 Senior 'iCheer up, Don! Love's just a game." Don Danbury, Pam Farmer, at the Sweetheart Dance. at the May Prom PHYLLIS L. SEE JOHN R. SELBY KATHLEEN A. SHEEHAN Seniors 133 SUSAN R. STERR CAROL A. STIMSOM DONALD G. STOUT 134 Seniors PEGGY A. STRICKLE NANCY J. STRICKLER ROBERT B. STROUBE .IETTIE L. STUART MARY I. SULLIVAN DEBORAH SWARTZ SUSANNE D. SWEENEY PATRICIA L. SWEENEY BRUCE L. TAYLOR SHARI SMOOT Literary Magazineg Office Assistant. BILL SMUTKO Trackg Pep Clubg Varsity Club. LINDA SPARKS VOT. CAROL SPITLER Orchestrag FHAg Art Guildg GAA. NANCI STAFFORD Guidance Assistantg Clinic Assistantg Pep Clubg Drama Clubg FHA. SUE STANLEY DE. PHIL STANLEY Footballg Trackg Golig Boxingg Lab As- sistantg Varsity Clubg French Clubg Sophomore Class Presi- dent. ROSALYN STARK Sr. Mixed Choirg Basketballg Softballg Tennisg S-wimmingg Library Assistantg Freshman Class Com- mitteeg Sophomore Class Committeeg Sr. Class Committeeg SCA Representative. TOBY STEIN FHAg SCA Representative. ,IANIE STERLING Treble Choirg Hockeyg Softballg Clinic Assistantg MCCQ Art Guild. SANDY STERR Yearbookg Freshman Choirg Basketballg Varsity Cheerleaderg School Store Assistantg ICTg French Clubg Latin Club. CAROL STIMSON Newspaperg Treble Choirg Swimmingg Dollar Deng ESP Clubg Drama Clubg Pep Clubg Tri-I-Ii-Yg SCA Representative. : p I SHARON D. sNIooT "r WILLIAM L. SMUTKO LINDA s. SPARKS 5 CAROL s. SPITLER A NANCY V. sTAFFoRD PHILLIP STANLEY L. SUE STANLEY ROSALYN L. STARK TOBY .I. STEIN JANIE L. STERLING DON STOUT Trackg Varsity Clubg Spanish Club. PEGGY STRICKLE Basketballg Office Assistantg FHA, Vice-Presidentg FTAg International Clubg French Club. NANCY STRICKLER Quill and Scrollg Yearbook, Layout Editor, Activities Editorg IV Cheerleaderg Keyetteg Experi- ment in International Living Scholarship Alternateg Spanish Club, Secretary. ROBERT STROUBE Latin Clubg Letter of Commendationg Jr. Honor Society. IETTIE STUART Clinic Assistantg VOT. MIMI SULLIVAN Symphonic Choirg Treble Choirg Sym- phonic Ensembleg Clinic Assistantg FSAg ESP Clubg FHAg Pep Clubg Tri-Hi-Y. DEBBIE SWARTZ Pep Clubg French Clubg Sr. Class Committee. SUE SWEENEY Literary Magazine, Art Staffg Newspaperg Guidance Assistantg Pep Clubg Tri-Hi-Yg Spanish Clubg Art Guildg SCA Representative. PAT SWEENEY FI-IAQ ICTQ Drama Clubg Play Production Committee. BRUCE TAYLOR Symphonic Choirg Sr. Mixed Choirg Guidance Assistant. I 4 5 "The old dog went away to die, and hid among the thistle. Then joy and youth came back to him, on the note of a Silver Whistle." Senior class play The Silver Whistle. Seniors 135 K' E DI TIMOTHY B VEXJEZTLWO JAMESB Voclsi i Happlness IS STEVE B VORE 136 Seniors Could Mr. Lehman. Mrs. Smith, and Miss Winn have been working on those embarrassing class ranks? KENNETH C. TAYLOR JOAN R. TEGELER HARRY A. THOMPSON .IOHN S. 'THOMPSON PETER THOMPSON PHYLLIS A. THOMPSON RICHARD C. THOMPSON ROBERT S. TICE GLENNA J. TILDEN DALE A. TOLSON SHERRY L. TOOMES PAUL H. TREVERS THOMAS C. TUCKER FREDERICK C. TURNER ROBERT M. TUTTLE ROBERT B, UHLER I Y planning and producing KEN TAYLOR Symphonic Choir, Sr. Mixed Choir, Guid- ance Assistant. JOAN TEGELER Treble Choir, GAA: Tri-Hi-Y, Drama Club, Pep Club, SCA Representative. H. A. THOMPSON JV, Varsity Track: Varsity Wrestling, Manager, Bowling. JOHN THOMPSON JV, Varsity Football. Track, Varsity Club, .Concert Band. PETE THOMPSON Concert Band, Football: Wrestling, Gymnastics, Novice Championship, Drama Club, Fresh- man Class Officer, SCA Representative. PHYLLIS THOMPSON Yearbook, Chorus, Softball, FHA, FNA, Pep Club, French Club, Art Guild, Bridge Club, Book of the Month Club, President, Letter of Commenda- tion, English Scholarship Award, Freshman Class Secre- tary, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Sr. Honor Society, Secretary, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Secretary, Vice-President. RICK THOMPSON Newspaper, Symphonic Band, Pep Band, Basketball, Football, Track: Tennis, Varsity Club, French Club, Spanish Club. STEW TICE Track, Wrestling, Sr. Committee. GLENNA TILDEN Office Assistant, Latin Club, DE. Sec- retary. DALE TOLSON Symphonic Band, JV Cheerleader, Key- ette, Chairman, President, Jr. Committee, SCA Representa- tive, Senator. .IOHN W. VAN 'IO LOIS L. VELTRE "The Silver Whistle" SHERRY TOOMES Bowling, Guidance, Clinic, Athletic As- sistants, Bus Patrol. PAIQL TREVERS Lab, Athletic Assistant. TOM TUCKER JV, Varsity Baseball, Freshman Football: Vlirestlingg Key Club, Varsity Club, Art Guild, SCA Repre- sentative, Homeroom President. FRED TURNER Football, Track, Wrestling, Golf. BOB TUTTLE Quill and Scroll, Newspaper, Sports Editor. 4-th Page Editor, Intramurals, Lab Assistant, Key Club. BOB UHLER Symphonic Choir, Basketball, Football, Cap- tain, Soccer, Captain, School Store, Athletic Assistants, Varsity Club, Vice-President, French Club, Cavalier Corps, Vice-President, Jr. Class Committee, Sr. Honor Society, SCA Representative. JOHN VANHOY Football, Soccer, FSA, Drama Club, Debate Team, Lettermen Club: SCA Speaker of the House of Representatives. LOIS VELTRE Guidance Assistant: DE. TIM VENEZIANO JV Basketball: Hexatholon Medalist, Canadian Honor Society. JIM VOGEL Sr. Mixed Choir, Symphonic Choir, Guid- ance Assistant, Va. Boys, State, Jr. Class Vice-President, Sr. Class Vice-President, Sr. Honor Society, Jr. Honor Society, SCA Cabinet, SCA Representative, Speaker's Bu- reau, Sr., Jr. Council. STEVE VORE Pep Club, Treasurer, Spanish Club, Chess Club, Jr. Honor Society, Vice-President, Letter of Com- mendation. Seniors I37 s Boys will be boys during "Senior Slumpf' sly, sneaky, and sleepy! Jay Hoover, Fred McConnell, Harold Schaitberger, Bill Ross. BUDDY WALKER Symphonic Bandg Baseballg Trackg Spanish Club, Historiang Spanish Honor Society. STAN WAMSLEY Symphonic Bandg Pep Band. JOHN WARIJ Footballg Trackg Wrestling. SANDI WARREN Rowlingg Office Assistantg Library As- sistantg Dollar Deng Pep Clubg GAAg SCA Representative. DALE WATSON Concert Bandg JV, Varsity Track. RICHARD WATSON Track. WAYNE WELDE Concert Bandg Baseballg Trackg Bowl- ingg Play Productions Stage Crewg Electronics Clubg Spanish Clubg SCA Representative. LESLIE WENGEL Newspaper Photographerg Baseballg Foo-tballg FSAQ Electronics Clubg Photography Clubg SCA Representative. BOB WENGEL Newspaper Photographer. KENNY WERNER Library Assistantg SCA Representa- tiveg Homeroom President. KAREN WE.STER School Store, Guidance Assistantg SCA Representativeg Pep Clubg Coin Club. I. M MN. . ... .W KATHY WHERRY FHAg Pep Clubg SCA Representative TOM WHITE Symphonic Randg Pep Bandg Football' Trackg Key Clubg Spanish Clubg Cavalier Corpsg Varsity Clubg Sr. Class Senatorg Spanish Honor Societyg SCA Sen- ator, Representativeg Jr. Honor Societyg Sr. Honor Society BILL WHITE Symphonic Bandg Pep Bandg Key Club. DON WHITMER Trackg VOT. LINDA WILBURN Drill Teamg Library Assistantg Pep Clubg Art Guild. CARRIE WILCOX Basketballg Tennisg Varsity Cheerlead- erg Office Assistantg Guidance Assistantg VOTg Pep Clubg Modern Danceg French Clubg Freshman Class Committeeg Sophomore Class Committeeg Swimming. DOUG WILHIDE Newspaperg Footballg Drama Clubg De- bate Teamg French Club. MARSHA WILLIS Newspaperg Guidance Assistant. BOB WILLIAMS Literary Magazineg Bowlingg Pep Clubg Spanish Club. KAREN L. WESTER KATHERINE A. WHERRY THOMAS W. C. WHITE WILLIAM F. WHITE DONALD W. WHITMER LINDA L. WILBURN CAROL A. WILCOX DOUGLAS G. WILHIDE MARSHA M. WILLIS ROBERT A. WILLIAMS 133 Seniors CHARLES C. WALKER STANLEY W. WAMSLEY JOHN M. WARD LEE A. WARFORD SANDRA S. WARREN DALE A. WATSON RICHARD J. WATSON C. WAYNE WELDE JAMES R. WENBERG LESLIE E. WENGEL ROBERT E. WENGEL KENNETH W. WERNER Seniors 139 PATTIE V. WINFREE JOHN S. WITHERS CHERYLL J. WOLLE BRETT M. WOOD HAROLD R. WOODYARD CHRIS A. WORLEY DAVID H. WRIGHT WENDY K. WRIGHT BEVERLY A. YANCEY BRUCE C. ZIMMERMAN STEPHEN M, ZIMPEL CHRISTINE L. ZIPP BART D. ZWICKER ELAINE BECKER ROBERT L. SMITH PATTIE WINFREE Swimmingg Pep Cluhg French Clubg Sr. Councilg Intramural Sportsg SCA Alternate Representa- tive. STORNIY WITHERS Newspaperg Footballg Tennisg Key Clubg Drama Clubg Jr., Sr. Class Committeeg Sr. Councilg SCA Representative. CHERE WOLLE Yearhookg JV Cheerleaderg Debate Teamg Pep Clubg Latin Clubg Freshman Class Officer. BRETT WOOD Newspaperg Baseballg Footballg SCA Cabi- net. HAROLD WOODYARD Regional Science Fair Participant. CHRIS WORLEY Symphonic, Concert, Pep Bandg Base- ballg Lab Assistantg Chemistry Clubg French Clubg Letter of Commenclationg Jr. Class Committeeg Jr. Councilg Sr. Honor Societyg Jr. Honor Societyg French Honor Society. 140 Seniors DAVID WRIGHT Symphonic Bandg Band Council. BEV YANCEY Literary Magazineg Select Girls, Choirg School Store Assistantg FHAg Tri-Hi-Yg French Clubg Sr Gift Committee Chairman. BRUCE ZIMMERMAN Lab Assistant. STEVE ZIMPEL JV, Varsity Wrestlingg Varsity Clubg Key Clubg Drama Clubg French Clubg Latin Clubg Jr. Commit- teeg SCA Vice-Chairmang SCA Cabinetg SCA Representativeg Sp-eaker's Bureau. CHRIS ZIPP Symphonic Choirg Musical Productiong Pep Clubg Latin Clubg Art Guild, Secretaryg Jr., Sr. Class Com- mitteesg Sr. Council. BART ZWICKER Newspaperg Yearbookg Baseballg Foot- ballg Tennisg Golfg ,ludog Athletic As-sistantg German Clubg Stamp Club. Happiness is flipping the tassel to the left sideg happiness is graduation! Pete Gossens, Judi Booker. Seniors 111-1 .lUNl0R OFFICERS. Don Celec, Presidentg Connie Walters, Secretaryg Jim Franca, Vice- Presldentg Bob Sutphin, Senatorg Marcia Sandrock, Senatorg Patti Lynch, Treasurer. A very special symbol . . . l1L2 Juniors UNIORS From the opening of school in Septem- ber, juniors felt their new responsibilities and worked with the seniors as school lead- ers. October brought Slave Day and with it the opportunity to aid the class while serving -senior umastersf' Amid groans of dismay, the testing season arrived. SCAT and STEP were rapidly followed in Novem- ber by the PSAT. Spirits ro-se in December with the class trip to see The Crucible and participation in the school's Christmas proj- ect. After the holidays, the talk of the class was the pro-sp-ect of ordering rings, and rivalry ran high over the Junior-Senior basketball game. On the more romantic side, in February the class sponsored the Sweetheart Dance. Spring arrived and jun- iors channeled their energies into Student Government elections and the .lunior ,lol- lies. ln May the rings came and the class celebrated at the long-awaited Ring Dance. As the year drew to a close, juniors turned their thoughts to the goals they would achieve as Woodsonis Senior Class. l i Class discus sponsors, Mr. Litman and Miss Legard, s plans for the Ring Dance. JUNIOR COUNCIL. First Row: Kasha Godek, Liz Monroe, Connie AUSSIO, B112 Howell. Third ROW! Scott Durham, D311 MHSUC, DOH C6162 Blocher, Joma Smith, Glenda Colley, Sue Stoops, Terri Reidelbach, -lim Ffa-UCB, Steve H11d'0Ck, B017 Bell, Mark PIOUTY, ChfiS Wahlbefg, Gail Camp, Carole Tate. Second Row: Dennis Carr, Donna Weiser, Bob Sllfphill- Marcia Sandrock, Ann Elmore, Sandy Holliman, Patti Lynch, Steve ACTIVITIES COMMITEE. First Row: Dennis Carr, MoDenna Ceconi, Flynt, Denny Amundson. Third Row: Jeff Willison, Bob Gass, Pam Nola Masterson. Second Row: Pauline George, Sydney Olson, Bill Marchio, Nancy Loflin,,lohn Hollowell. Juniors 143 Juniors moved toward the foreground to assume A junior English class gathers for a round-table discussion. 14-4 .luniors Maggi Adams Bill Ahlfield Terry Akin Linda Alexander Dennis Allen Sylvia Allen Tom Allen Judy Alves Dennis Amundson Dottie Anderson Linda Anderson Mark Anderson Valerie Andricos Chris Angel Linda Angel Stephan Angelo Lynda Apperson Ray Ashrnan Eric Assur Linda Ayers Gary Bailey Nancy Baldauf David Ballengee Dianna Ballenger posltlons of leadershlp for the followmg year Ronald Ballew Martha Barnes Linda Barr Marilyn Bartlett Lorena Bear Gretchen Bechtel Steve Beebe Mike Behl Robert Bell Eileen Benkert Guy Bennett Susan Berzak Caroline Bettwy Barbara Bibby Ernie Bickers James Biggers Fred Biggs Nancy Bininger Ashley Birnbaum Linda Bisel Linda Bishop Claire Bledsoe Barbara Blevins Charles Blevins Constance Blocher Peggy Bowler Doug Bowman Sandy Brann Linda Brasse Mary Brault Linda Brewington Nancy Broderick Wayne Bronson Lillie Brown Linda Brown Wendy Brown Robert Brown Mary Brownell Steve Bryan Ernest Bryant Paul Bruening Barbara Bugg Juniors 14-5 146 Juniors James Burke Al Burnett Pete Bruton Pamela Buskirk Glen Butcher Linda Buzhardt Mari Byram Cynthia Caldwell Gail Camp Mary Campbell Dennis Carr Beth Carraro ,lim Carscadden Ruth Carter .loyce Carver Wes Caton lVloDenna Ceconi Donald Celec Doug Chaires Alice Chalfant John Chase Lorena Chaves William Chisfolm Vicki Christenson Ronnalee Christie Mark Clark Randy Clark Charlotte Clarke Carole Clem Barbara Clough Vicki Clurn Brad Cochrane Drew Upton Reva .lane Solomon Dick Kouzes, and Marcia Sandrock were among the juniors inducted into the Honor Society. Juniors were inducted into the Honor Society Gail Coldwell Glen-da Colley Roy Comer Melinda Conn Richard Connally Dianne Coombs Lou Cooper Colin Corcoran Janice Costantino Linda Coulter Cherie Craver Joe Crawford Corinne Crockett Nancy Crowley William Cruise ,ludy Curless Pete Dallow Nancy Dalton Juniors 147 148 Juniors Hollace Dalzell Janet Daniels Jerry Darr Boyd Dougherty Bennie Davenport Janet Davis Patrick Davis Robyn Davis Shirly Davis Tuck Davis Linda Deckard Jack Deem Carol Denny Linda Deprince Joan Detwiler Mike Dewald Susan Dewey Carol Dexter Mary Diehl Elaine Dillon Michael Dinwiddie Patrick Dishner Thomas Dixon Nancy Dolinger Lesley Donlon Doug Draves Scott Durum Valerie Echwald Don Edwards Michael Edwards Alice Eggleston Judi Elkins Bill Elliott Lucille Elliott Ann Elmore Victor Elstad Mike Emerson Joseph English Brenda Eppard Frank Eve Bonnie Fairbrother Art Faircloth George Faircloth Leroy Faircloth Marcia Faircloth Jaine F aries Wanda Farmer Pamela Farnworth Margaret Faulk Mark Felt Larry F inegan Carol Fisher Nancy Fisher Bill Flynt James Foreman Susan Fossum Dickie Foster Bill Fowler Roy Fowler Steve Fox James Franca Robert Frank Allen Freeman Patricia Fuller J im Fulton Ronnie Funderburk Juniors submitted to Seniors on Slave Day "Look, Mrs. Miller, Natural Historyl'-Walker Pruitt, Mrs. Miller Juniors 14.9 UI am a po-or, menial slave . . ." Pauline Zimple, Mike Hammer. Many served Woodson Glenn Furbisb Greg Gable Gail Gabriel Pete Gallagher C. J. Garrison Robert Gartley Charles Gasparides Robert Gass Patrick Gentry Pauline George' Gale Gibson Linda Gisriel Jane Gittinger Nancy Glover Pamela Gluch Kasha Godek 150 Juniors Mary Godek Ronald Gold Connie Go-ssage Steve Granmo Linda Grassler Glen Gray by playing varsity sports for the first time 4 Alfred Green JoAnn Green Holly Greenlee Karen Greenlee Linda Greenstreet Bill Gwin Derrick Hadley Charles Hagedorn Jennifer Haines John Hall Pamela Hall Richard Hall John Halligan Terry Hamilton Mary Hamner George Hanson David Harler Jeff Harper Barbara Harrington Donna Harris Lynda Harris Rick Harris Rick Hartwig Barbara Hase Henry Haselton Wanda Hash Donna Hatch John Haven Marie Haynes Sue Haynes John Haynie Judy Hays Cyd Heffelfinger John Helm Caryl Hendrickson Rodney Henke Brenda Hensley Harvey Herrick George Herrington Karl Hess Mike Hill Vickie Himelick Juniors 151 152 Juniors "I like my stone best."-Mike Felt, J im Musinski, Wanda Farmer, Mike Emerson , College Boards Charles lrons Vernita Jackson Eugene Janelli Wes Jeffries Vicki Jenkins Denna Jensen Frank John Carol Johnson Dennis Johnson James Johnson Linda Johnson Pam Johnson Patt Himmer Jeffery Hinkley Sandra Hocking Debbie Holland Frank Holley Sandra Holliman Barbara Hollowa i y Rose Holloway John Hollowell Thomas Holm Tom Holmberg Rocky Hooper Lynda Hoover Connie Hopewell Tom Hopkins Buz Howell Clint Hubbard Chris Huber Steve Hudock Elizabeth Hughes Barbara Hunter Nancy Huffstutter Martha Hurst Sharon Hutson Mary Ingraham Richard Johnson Ronnie Johnson Pen Johnston Barbara Jones Coralyn Jones Carol Joseph Donna Joyce Pat Julian Steve Kaas Kathleen Kanto and ments confronted college-bound juniors Sandra Keeth Susan Keeth Brian Kelley Thomas Kennedy Pam Kent James Keys Terry Kibler Louis Kidwell Michel Kiger Karen Kilgore Terry Kimball Marlene Klick Juniors 153 E 2 e 154. Juniors Mary Klimkizwicz Betty Klotz Scott Knopke Jeff Knowlton Steven Kohlhagen Richard Kouzes Saundra Krauser Edward Krieg Gail Krytusa Carole Kurata Mike Kuric Gregory Labell Brenda Lambers Harriet Lann Elin Larson Jim LaVore Luanne Lawson Jim Layman George Lee Marlene Lee Diane Lehtonen Jean LeMasurier Rodney Lewis Suzanne Lewis Eugene Light Kenneth Lightfoot Richard Lindner Van Lingle Nancy Lofin George LoGuirato John Loving Elizabeth Lundien Patti Lynch Debbie Lyons Carol Maddalena Gayle Mahanes Ann Mallon Lynda Mallon Helen Mantell Pam Marchio Michael Marek Hazel Marlow James Marshall Scott Marston Jimmy Martin John Martin Michael Martinez Carol Mason Nola Masterson Dan Mastic Mike Mastropaolo Don Matthews Sandi Matthews Kristie Mattos Gary Maupin Jim Maxwell Diana Mayes Dale McCann Edna McCann Jacques McCorma Sharon McCucldin Pete McDonald Robert McElwee Carol McGinnis Charlotte Mclntyre Danny McKelvey Junlor J ollles set another class tradition ck Oh I wish I was in Dixie Dick Kouzes Ben Johnston Steve Kohlhagen Juniors 155 l "And I thought Biology was hard!" Bill Gwi nn, Cookie Legate 156 Juniors The Crucible Leanna Muller Roger Mosley Norclrik Mugaas Brian Mulcahy Cindy Mullen ,lim Mullins Sonya Munster Bill Murray Larry Murray Alan Myers Earl Myers Stefan Nagal Stephen McLane Dona McLeod Dennis Meredith Phillip Mervine Don Mickel Barbara Mileur John Milks Beth Miller Carol Miller Jennifer Miller Linda Miller Linda Miller Maile Miller Suzanne Miller Michael Mitchell Liz Monroe Elizabeth Mooney Dodee Moore Margo Moore Tim Moore Ignacio Moreno Ronnie Morgan Phil Moritz Holly Morrison Christopher Morrow Paula Nemshick Ronnie Nethercutt Richard Newcome Russell Newcomer Frank Newman Judy Newman John Nicholson Conrad Nutter Donna Nuzzi Leona Oesterich captured the dramatic interest of 4-O0 juniors Emelia Oleson Gabe Oliverio Alan Olson Eric Olson Penny Olson Sydney Olson Mary Orton Kathy Owens Kenneth Owens Patricia Owens Betty Page Phoebe Palmer Juniors 157 HLet's see now, I need one more."-Sandy Jones The rings arrived at last Dave Pardue Cathie Parks Sharyn Parks Larry Parsons Larry Parthree Michael Patton Bill Paule Charlene Payne Ioan Payne Lana Payne A 158 Juniors Janice Pearman Richard Pearson Gregg Peil Emily Peretti Larry Perlman Marshall Peterson Sue- Peterson Linda Pierce Patricia Pingatore Richard Pink Eric Plough Allen Poe and Junlors celebrated Wlth a Rlng Dance Becky Poff .lean Polk Patrick Pollock Blair Powell Pam Powell Margaret Pratt John Prickett Roy Privett Mark Prouty Walker Pruitt Judith Pulley Richard Quiggins Andi Quinn Daniel Quinn Pat Rampy Vincent Rea Louise Redd Jerry Reece Pat Reed Christine Reele A1 Reinert Linda Renick Terri Reidelback Parker Renaud Dayna Reutiman Elinda Reutiman Sandy Reynolds Marjorie Rhoades Bill Rich Pam Richard Keith Richards Art Richardson Candy Richardson Nancy Richter Alan Riggs Barbara Rigshee Sharon Riley Bruce Ringer John Rinker Patricia Risco James Ritter Carole, Rivenbark Juniors '159 z E i 160 Juniors Susan Roberts ,lean Robinson Patricia Robinson ,lane Roderick Thomas Roehr Jacqueline Rolston Shirley Rood Barbara Rose Randy Rosness Deanna Rossow Kathleen Rowen 'Linda Rowe Mary Rowe Doug Rowell George Rupp Murphy Rupp Ed Ryder Gerald Saari Geraldine Saari Jimmy Sallee Nancy Sanborn Sandy Sanborn Marcia Sandrock Mary Jane Sanford John Santo Denny Saunders Sue Scanlan Ann Scarce Denny Schaffer Carolyn Schlipe Lewis Schmidler William Schreiber Jr.-Sr SNOW, he's a proton and the electrons are . , ."-Mr. Ladson, Mark Anderson. basketball game . . . a battle worth remembering Erik Schultz Dave Scott Bill Sears Marti Sears Susan Seith William Selecman Bruce Shackelton Rowena Shaw Don Sheads Kenneth Sheets Tony Shepherd Richard Sherwood Rudy Sheilds Claude Shifflett Sandy Shiry Dana Shreve Dave Shumate .loy Simpson Juniors 161 Cathy Brynes, new to Woodson in December, is given a grand tour by Bud Elliott. Juniors faced the future Richard Singer Doreen Sissler Mark Slicher Sharon Smarr Diane Smith Glen Smith Joma Smith Kevin Smith Sherrill Smith Judy Snyder 162 Juniors Reva-Jane Solomon Charlie Songer Robert Sorber Stan Sparks Gary Speight William Sprouse Judy Squires Sue Stacks John Stahl Rick Starr James Steele Stu Steinberg d the preparatlon for "The World Beyond" Charles Stemmerman Dohie Stevens Marilyn Stimson Susan Stoops Duane Stott Mike Stout Sharon Straight Sara Stull Sue Stull Sandy Sudler Phyllis Sutherland Robert Sutphin Edward Sweeny Carole Tate Fred Taylor Mary Taylor Patricia Taylor Dian Thomas Elaine Thompson Glenn Thompson Robert Thompson John Thornton David Thruston Lynn Timmins Dave Tipton Michael Tobin Peggy Torrey Marie Towe Janet Towne Carol Tracy Becky Trammell Michele Tremaine Nancy Turner Richard Turpyn Terry Uhl Arlene Ulmer Drew Upton Linda Van Doren Mary Vaughn Danny Verner Cheryl Vetter Virginia Voigtsberge I' ,Tumors 163 Chris Wahlberg Stephanie Walby Doris Walker ,lohn Wall Ben Wallace Ronnie Walsh Connie Walter Judy Wampler Pam Ward Karen Warfield Marion Warren Pam Wayne Gail Weaver Catherine Webb Mike Webb Nancy Webber Micheal Weidner Mike Wekenborg Patti Whetstine Kenny Whetzel Gerald White Suzanne Whitbread Pamela Whitmer Brenda Whittaker Juniors respectfully assisted the seniors Sigrid Wichtendahl Paula Willhite Sylvia Williams ,leff Willison Kathy Wilson Steve Wilson Gerald Windell ,lohn Windham Richard Windham Charles Winfree Dick Winterstine 'Larry Wischoefe ,leff Wolf Donna Wood Penny Wood Gary Woodruff Dan Woods David Wooten 164 Juniors Pam Wrenn Nancy Wright Ellen Writchell J ack Wurtz Patricia Wynn Myra Yost John Young Mike Zaugg Betty Zell Pauline Zimple Gregory Zuk Bud Elliott In Memoriam James Quentin Hess November 30, 194-7-November 11, 1963 by decorating and serving at the Senior Prom American Fleld Service students choose their hemispheres. Cale Gibson, Mike Zaugg, Robyn Davis. .luniors 165 K SOPHOMORE OFFICERS. Stan Owens, Senator, Mr. Volrath, Sponsor, Taffie Neuberg, Vice-Presidentg Bob Montondo, Presidentg Toni Walters, Secretary, ,lanet Kilgore, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE COUNCIL. First Row: Ron Rector, Mike lwanik, Third Row: ,lim Egan, George Johnson, Roby Bennet, Reed Rauden- Tom Smith, Chris Hill, Steve Barnett, Bill Heitz. Second Row: bach, Sidra Singer. Sandy Bell, Vince Evans, Mary Roset, Nancy Graham, Toni Walters. 166 Sophomores PUBLICITY COMMITTEE. Tom Smith, Janet Kilgore, Reid WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE. First Row: Nancy Graham, Taffie Neu- Raudenbush, Bill Heitz. burg, Toni Walters. Second Row: Mike Iwanik, Vince Evans, Chris Stearns. SOPHO After the first rollicking weeks of school, the sophomores settled into the routine of school life and began to organize their class. In order to earn money for stadium lights and for their treasury, the sophomores sponsored the sale of Cavalier Booster stickers. 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V V- ' , ':H se, - I I i f ' i 11ns"'t : 12,9 - V f- '- V 9, E is 1 ff- A -' 1 5' VzVff5,V:fVa K VV ts 7 X i ,:efw':- as gsjy,Vs3gIg31 168 Sophomores were not on th bottom Roberta Abernethy Duncan Adams Howard Adrian Steven Agresta Mary Akers Lee Albrecht Patricia Albright Putnam Allard Bill Allen Sally Allen .lean Allred Micheal Alspaugh Bill Amshay .lim Andrews Steve Andrick Wendy Andrus Traleen Aquino John Armentrout Karen Armstrong Linda Arnold Kathy Ashley Casey Assad Barbara Austin Elizabeth Baber Gene Bacon Karin Baeshore Linda Bailey Bernie Bandish .lo Barbour Steve Barnette Kenneth Barnette Grainger Barrett orld history and geometry were introduced Jeannie Barnes ,leff Barrows Patricia Beadlc Chris Beall Barbara Bearyman Nancy Beaune Fred Beck Pamela Becker Paul Beckler Karen Beebe Chuck Beeler Pete Behl Kathline Belford Robert Bennett Craig Bennington Lynn Benson Gordon Berg Vickie Berentson Pat Bergen Maggie Berle Thomas Bernhard Michael Berry Bruce Bessor Howard Beury Kathy Bininger Barbara Bishop Arthur Blevins Carolyn Blevins Dan Blevins Ralph Blevins Paula Bloxton Michael Bohan .ludy Boice Linda Bolt Thomas Bond Barbara Boteler Richard Boteler Robert Bowers Brooks Bowman Larry Bradshaw Skip Brango Terry Brannan Nancy Brannock Beverly Brant Linda Brice Richard Brill Peggy Broehm Virginia Brossy Clarinda Brown Ginny Brown Jerry Brown Rosena Brown Susan Brown Susie Brown Terry Brown Wendy Brown Monty Browning Boone Bucher Nancy Bullard Sandee Burhach Lennie Burke Susan Burke Brenda Burleson Martha Burr Billy Burton Preston Butcher Richard Butcher Dave Cabot Nancy Campbell Shirley Canard Tim Cantrell Steve Cappellucia Sophomores 169 1 170 Sophomorets Craig Carlisle Walter Carlson Tim Carrico Ralph Cartzendafner Marjorie Caudle Robert Cave Ann Chandler David Chase Susan Clirisianson Gary Cico Ellen Claeys Ro-bert Clark Ronnie Clark Sharyn Clayton Rebecca Clifford Tom Cline Bryan Cloyed Dennis Cochrane Cynthia Coffey Patricia Coffey Roger Coffman Hope Coleman Susan Collier Martha Colman Barbara Compton Dan Compton Linda Cone Sylvia Conley Roy Connell Thomas Connell Alan Cock Nancy Cooper Cindy Corso Glory-Jo Cox Lois Crabtree Kay Craig Beryl Cramer .lames Cromwell Philip Crow Bert Cruise Rex Culver Jane Curless Kathleen Currle Carolyn Curtin Gregory Cuskelly Bill Dalton ,lohn Daniels Pat Darnell Lon Davis Vernon Davis They started Ardm both the athletic department and his class, Sophomore President Bob Montondo sells booster stickers. y selling booster stickers for fun and profit Bob Davison Ann Dawson Robert De Boskey .lames De Butts Harvey Decker Westi De Haven Gene Denison Stephen Desantolo Dennis Dexter Helen Disenhaus Mary Jane Dlugos Pete Donald Barbara Donham Michael Donnelly Richard Downey Tritia Duncan John Durham Kathi Durnford Dayie Durrer Alison Dutton Paula Dwyre .lim Eagon Steve Earley Carol Edwards Larry Eldracher Frankie Elkins Beverly Elliott .lack Ely James Emery Linda Ennis Gunilda Ensminger Bente Erickson William D. Erickson Vincent Evans Nancy Fairbrother Steve Farmer 171 Sophomores 172 Sophomores Ginny Farnworth Ben Filipozyk Gary Fisher Ronnie Fisher Anne Fitzpatrick Lynne Flaherty Patricia Ford Bill Foreman Michael Forward Linda Foster Wayne Fowler Barbara Francis David Franz Richard Frenette Cheryl Friedman Andy Frix D'Arcy Fugate Edward Gallup Lynne Gardell Frances Gardner John George John Gertwagen Zara Ghourdjian Leonard Gibson Greg Gieselman Paul Giles Elizabeth Gillions Robert Gillum Cynthia Glenn Anne Goodrich Charles Gorder Janice Gordon Kathryn Gowell Nancy Graham Buddy Gray Virginia Gray Tom Grenwis Roberta Griffith Suzane Grimsley Don Guay Barbara Gustaferro Cynthia Gustaff Ann Hall Douglas Hall Mike Haller Bill Hallman Patricia Halloran Harry Hamlet Dean Hampton Bob Hamre Anita Hancock Dennis Hancock Pelham Hancock Gail Hanson Sharon Harler Richard Harman Linda Harris Margaret Harris Mike Hart Bill Harvey Sandy Harwell Sheridan Hathaway Jay Hawkins Robin Hawkins Colleen Hay Christie Hayes Gary Hayes Bruce Hearn John Heatwole Brian Heavey Coral Heckard Bill Heitz Joanne Helmick .Janice Helsel Robert Hemmer Peter Henderson Rosemary Henderson Stan Hendrickson Babs Henry Sharilyn Heselton in pril, they held their first class part Evelyn Hess David Hicks Shirley Hildebrand Chris Hill Debbi Hill Elizabeth Kay Hilty Pam Hinson .lore Hirshfe-ld Linda Hirt Nancye Hodges Cathy Hodgson Myrna Hoft Dianne Holland Paul Hollar Mike Holt Dianne Hopkins Greg Horner Charles Howard Pat Howard Brenda Howell Carol Humes Jerry Hummel Susan Humphrey lim Humphreys Dick Hunley Erica Huskey Lloyd Hutchins Dean Hutchison Con Irving Leslie lssitt Michael lwanik Bevan Jacobs 6'The area of this floor, is she kidding?" 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Sophomores Lee J arell Sandy J avage Daniel Jenkins Don Jenkins Jon Jenkins Irene Jensen Pamela Jensen Beverly Johnson Johnny Johnson Susan Johnson Muriel Johnston Barbara Jones Bill Jones James Jones Patricia Joy Donna Judson Suzane Kacena Anna Kandl George Karr Gayle Kemble Richard Kennel John Kerr Bob Kersey Linda Key Sue Key Melissa Keyes Boh Kidd Janet Kilgore Eileen Killion Linda Kilton Kathleen Kimball Regina Kincer Ernest King Marcia King Keith Kerhy Richard Knight Gerry Konoza Robert Koster Anne Krusl Steve Kunkel Marilyn Kurata Michael Kyle Steve LaBell Francis Lacey Kathryn Lam Mike Langford Diane Las-sell Arthur Latina Linda Lawrence Diane Lawton Donna Lawton Lynn Layne Bernice Lee Maxine Leif Andy Lemeskewsky Greg Lewis Pamela Lewis Brenda Libeau Sandra Libeau Tom Light Julie Lindermever Judy Lingle Karen Linker Patrick Little John Locke Patricia Logan led consistentl in subscription sa es Sandra Logan Jack Lohman Kenneth Long Nancy Long Ruth Lovett Jon Lower Jerry Lubbers Robert Lueke Pamela Lund William Lyddane Scott Lynch Walter Mahen Hugh MacMurdy Mary Maitland William Makely Anita Malcolm Ronald Maley Judy Malnassy Sharon Maloon Carolyn Markley David Marsden John Marsh Steve Martin Mike Mason Lynn Masterson Donna Mawyer Marcia Maxwell Marsha Maxwell Marianne May Stuart McAtee Janet McClintock Linda McDavid Patrick McDonald Sheila McDonald Kathy McGahey Dan McGregor Marvin McIntyre Ann McKeown Meredith McMaster Gloria McRohie Bob Mead Bill Meckling Jim Mellen Grace Melnik Sharon Meng Kaye Meyer Ronald Michie Lynda Mile-s Sophomores 175 l l Sophomores matched Cheryl Miller Elaine Miller Stephen Miller Steve Miller Tom Miller Peggy Millson Frances Minick Beverly Minko Sylvia Minor Charlotte Mitchell James Monahan Fred Monson James Montgomery Bob Montondo Bill Mooney Lara Moore Lefaye Moore Linda Moore Michael Moore Dan Moorefield Kathy Moran 176 Sophomores Paul Morris Myra Morrison Chip Morrow Tina Moss Janet Moyer Beth Much Linda Mugaas Craig Muir Chris Murphy James Murrah Linda Murrah Marilyn Murray Jeanne Musinski Scott Myers Georgia - Naler Cindy Neal juniors in powder puff game 1 E Betty Anne Neale Susan Neff Carl Nelms Clyde Nelms .lon Nelson Diane Nesley Taffy Neuburg Barbara Newman James Niccolls Sue Nielson Doug Nierni Nancy Niland Larry Norton Ricky Nutter Richard Offutt Nancy O'F1aherty Penny Olin Roland Oliver Chris Osegueda Frank Owenhy Stan Owens Sherry Padgett Vicki Palmhlad Steph Palmer Francine Parker Jim Parker Mary Parrish .lohn Patterson Donald Paule Bucky Payne Carlton Payne Larry Payne Delores Pearson Candy Perry .lane Pesek David Petersen Helen Petersen Kathleen Petersen Lori Petrasek Debbie Petronic Elaine Pfleger Beverly Piege Janet Polk Candy Pope .loan Powell Phyllis Pratt Linda Prentice Scott Prentice Victor Prestera Ginger Price Mildred Privett James Proctor Marilyn Purcell Robert Quinn Cathi Raebel Martin Raines Robert Rash Reid Raudenbush Charlie Read Ron Rector Betty Reese Mary Regan Beth Regan Bob Reid Ginger Reid Marilyn Reid George Reynolds Karen Rhinehart Sharon Rich Rebecca Richards Dean Richardson Denise Rinck Sophomores 177 Among its other facilities, Woodson provides a comfortable floor for studying. Bob Clark, Mike Hart. Stan, Dianne, Chris, and ary were chosen Marlena Rio , George Ritko l Elizabeth Roberts Diane Robertson George Rodgers William Rogers Luis Rodriquez Penny Roo-d John Roop Dianne Ross Bernd Rothenberg Marche Rothlisherger Alan Rouchon Bruce Rowell Sandra Ruddle Charles Ruffin Barbara Ruffing Harry Ruhsam Edwin Runyan Bruce Russell Penny Russell Ruth Ryan Ron Rydstrom Patrick S-aari 173 Sophomores .lohn Salmon lrving Sanborn Janet Sanders Douglas Sargent Della Santmyer Russell Sapp Nancy Satterford Melvin Saunders Sally Schaefer Mark Schall Charles Scheider Matilde Scheidig Carol Scheurich Sandra Scheurich Edna Schottroffe Frank Schultz Carol Schwarzman Andy Scott JoAnne Scott Susan Scurlock James Seamon Dorcas Sears .lim Sedoff Debbie Selby Margaret Selby Ronnie Sellers John Sessums Donald Shaw Barbara Shea Sandra Sheets John Shelton Claudia Sheperd Linda Shepherd Wilbur Shepherd Michael Sheppard Archie Shivar to be officers of the rising junior class Bruce Shore Bennie Short Glenn Short Katherine Shonk .lane Shupe Nancy Sigrist Sandra Simmons George Simpson Mary Simpson Kenneth Sims Sidra Singer Elizabeth Singland Gary Singletary JoAnn Sinnett Lisa Skillern Jonathan Small Martin Smarr Andy Smith Richard Smith Tom Smith Teresa Smith Walter Smith Bruce Smoot Leonard Smoot Paul Smutko Kathy Sommerkamp Frank Sprague .lohn Stanford Linda Stanley Pam Stanley Fred Stargardt Chris Stearns Norma Stewart Pamela Stock Patsy Stoffl Becky Straight David Straiton Alan Strickland Janet Strickle David Strong Deborah Strong Gregory Strong Susan Strong Bill Stuart Harold Stull Claude Supinger James Swan Sam Swartz Sophomores 17Q 180 Sophomores Wayne Syverson Robert Talbott .ludy Taylor Mike Taylor Sandra Taylor Edward Tew Sharon Thomas Sheilah Thomas .ludy Thompson Terry Thompson Mac Thompson Ray Thweatt Conley Tilson Barbara Timmons Cindy Todd Debbe Tolson Pat Tosti Ibrook Tower Maurice Towne Sue Trafficante Ann Travers Carol Travis Nancy Trease Jimmy Trivett Marilyn Tucker Shelley Turpin David Tuttle .lune Van Olst Valerie Van Osdol Don Varnau Evelyn Vaught Robert Veneziano Kenneth Veneziano Pete Vogel Greg Wade .loEllen Walker Robert Wall Lessie Walls Toni Walter Charles Warne Diane Waters Kathlyn Wates .ludith Watts Craig Webster Bob Welch Doug Welch Nick Westhoven Mitty Whelan The "Wise fools" walk in Joyce Whetzel Robert Whetzel Donna Whitehead Donald White Maureen White Sharyn White Beverly Whiteman Al Whitmer Mary Lou Wiedner Bruce Wilbur Janet Wilgus .laniee Wilgus Lynne Wilhide Carol Willhite Carthae Williams Jeff Williams Bernie Wilson Deborah Wilson Pam Wilson Rod Windley Londa Wine Stephen Winstead Stephen Winston Edward Witaschek "LetAs see, a cookie, a brownie, and a cupcake, 25c." Sandy Sims, Nancy Loflin. here the Senior fear to i,,,,i, "Darn, guess I'll miss Bullwinkle again!" Mark Thacker. tread 2, ffige ww, L.ff . 7,-- .:,., ,sir KV- .,f' g.'::1:: -:11gif,'wgg,- ,., W ffm ' .' , KK . . ,--f. ra-, . , P - - I ,'e. ,lf asm -fr my ,Q Mtslg, gg-is if 252.53550 - :-f,,-a V:- W ge JW get W P2 Q wa wifi? 19456 ip at ,,j"gi 'hf 9 .4 of ilk- :few f E 1:p.,f:'W M a?,m5,e,sg W fwgffff, C' mfr ii, ,ee ke W 7 MW W M A. fa ey: Wregggygsxfe Qt- L y, , VA-we , M i --Q--1., ' K' EHS'- ' W.: K '- fit ' " M N2 ' ' Z 3' i e. erase: Q , we -- ' W A- - M 1' 343 52 -were 5 .1 ZE1':.?Vw 5 Q, .- ,- Wo, . t ,zf...,.,,P,. sew '- -1 .. 3' ' af. ni exist? J saw- 'K ' gas' ' f:az15'3smf-is. 25" . ri af-el f K .. , " f '56 Yiziff PfFf'1Y:f'g "?' :'P -ff. - 9' Swag? , f- -- h17f 1!'5'5Yfs? 'ff 7f.fZ:fvfEi 'ff' '5' 1: --'SM JS' .' 'N - Ti - f A lf? '51 , q,"7ffif' Tiiff-W "ii v- zkziefji .W ,V-1 tiff - ' " -, -, , f 1 - - , 5: H s1"' N Y 3 53:5 fly ' - ' Q r - t.. is ,- . K . A elwfe ..... 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Freshmen entered the world of TW FRESHM N September, 1963, and Woodson was sud- denly greeted with a throng of new faces. Gathered from the various intermediate schools in the area, the Freshmen spent many lonely Weeks in classrooms contain- ing only one or two familiar faces and maze of hallways that never seemed to lead to the right classes. The Freshmen rapidly learned the art of getting ahead, and it became a common sight to see a dart of color weaving in and out of the between-class traffic jams and competing with the upperclassmen for that precious first place in the lunch line. The weeks rolled into the months of fall and the Freshmen united into a strong class held together by common goals. On the football field, the Freshmen fought to a 3-2-1 season amid the frenzied cheers of the parents who braved the fumbles to Watch the future Varsity in action. Barry Myers discusses ratification of the constitution with Mr. Munson's seventh period English class. 182 Freshmen December arrived, and as Christmas ap- proached, the Class of '67 realized that they were in school to learn more than pro- nouns and square roots. Part of this edu- cation took place in the form of participa- tion in the Christmas Project. After the New Year, the class held its long-awaited elections and was given the chance to put into use the principles of democracy learned in the classroom. With a constitution and council, they were offi- cially recognized and set out to prove them- selves worthy of the title of the best fresh- man class in Woodson's history. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Irwin, the class made numerous plans for its spring outing. As the class became organized and mo- bilized this year, it showed the signs of potential greatness and power for it has displayed the initiative necessary to con- tinue in the tradition of Woodson. and became almost literally "one in a million" Mr. Irwin and Mike Hayden formulate plans for the spring outing. 183 Freshman Freshmen came from intermediate schools J "Now if we can 'figure out these wires, we can rig the grades." Don Haddock, John Musinski. 184 Freshmen Margurite Adams Richard Ahlfield John Alden Bob Allen Paula Anderson Ronald Anderson Sandria Anderson Joyce Andrade Patrick Andrathy Joan Ansheles Tracy Antley Sarah Arnold Carol Atkins Pete Atwell Deborah Averill Ellen Baeshore Bonnie Baker Gilman Baldwin Suzanne Balen Rande Barker Mark Barnes Gary Basye Barbara Batson Robert Bayrcr Michael Beall Diana Beasley Bobbie Beck Edward Beck Alan Benkert Michele Berard Renee Berard Cindy Berentson to form a unlted class of over seven hundred Pat Bernhard William Bibby Paulette Bier Nancy Bilger Bonnie Binns David Birnbaum Robert Bisel Doug Bittenbender Andy Bladen Patrick Blake Carolyn Blevins Samuel Blevins Stella Boggs Barbara Bohan Sandy Bohrer Nancy Boice Donald Bolt Wendy Bone Gary Booker Vicky Boone James Bott Donna Bowman Christine Brady Connie Brandes Barbara Breedlove Mike Brennan Sharon Brewington Connie Britt Bruce Britton Susan Broadwell Beverly Brown Carol Brown Marsha Brown Joan Brownell Margaret Brownell Thomas Brownfield Patricia Browning William Bruening Debbie Buckley Janet Buckley Melissa Burgett Ginny Busch Mike Butler Paige Camp James Cantrell Phyllis Cantrell Denny Carlyle 1 Tracey Carscadden Cindy Cary Sylvia Case Catherine Carter Judy Chaisson Doug Clapp John Clark Joyce Clark Dena Clayton Karen Clefton James Cline Judy Cloyed Charles Cock Carolyn Coffey Kenny Coffman Charles Cogswell Bruce Collier Ruth Conn Barbara Connolly Christine Coolidge Jo Coppock Terry Corcoran Rick Corey Ronald Corey Charles Cornett r Freshmen 185 186 Freshmen Carol Costantino Robert Coulter Steve Cowan Gregory Cowan Franklin Crabtree ,lames Cradlin Charles Craft Sharon Crawford Gary Crider Dawn Crise Linda Crockett Richard Cross Vicki Curtis Thomas Cutts Michael Czarny Douglas Dalzell Charles Daniels Mary Daniels .lim Daugherty Jane Davidson Mary Davidson Calvin Davis Gayle Davis Jerry Dean Kathleen Dearwester James Deaton Linda DeBusk Cindy Decker Dale DeGrave Charles Deihr Gary Demas Cindy Derr Gordon Detwiler Christina Dickinson Stanley Dillard Jim Dillon Kenneth , Dillon Peggy Disney Elizabeth Dolly Mara Donaldson Linda Doneghy Debby Donlon Sandra Donlon Shirley Donalley Dan Donovan Diane Donovan Leslie Dorka Elizabeth Downey Evelyn Downs Christine Draves Debby Drennan Lynn Drum Bob Drye Donis Drye Richard Duffy Roger Duncan Diane Dunkley Anne Eagon Katie Eagon Kathryn Eastman The Freshmen Lets see now, I thought I left my gum in here."-Doug Parker, Judy Chaisson, Ed Osins, Elizabeth Dolly. were oriented with films, lectures and homework Robby Eaves .lohn Ebeling Carol Eblen Stephen Edelen .ludy Elliott Dee Emerson William Estes Patricia Evans William Evenson Charles Evert Charles Fagan Ronald Fagan .lohn Fagot Earl Fairfax Rudolph Farmer Linda Farnworth Gretchen Faulk Sandra Faulk Laurie Feeney Donna Fenerty Greene Ferguson Robert Fern Bill Fields William Fields Deborah Fine Mary Finegan Rose Marie Fisher .lim Fleming Georganne Fletcher Ann Flipse Linda Floyd Irene Fluckiger Boyd Flynt Mike Foley William Foley Carrolyn Foltz Freshmen 187 188 Freshmen Sandra Forrester Oscar Foscato Gary Foreaux Janice Frank Bonnie Frantz Ronnie Frantz ,loyce Frazier Toni Freed Lance Freudiger Carol Fulford Russell Fullerton Michael Funston Audrey Furr Gary Fuss Vito Gallegos Russell Gandy Darla Garber Phillip Garber Donnie Gartner Keith George Roger George Elma Getz Zoe Anne Glrourdjian Jerry Gilbert Carol Giller Nancy Gilliam ,lames Gillis Barbara Gimble Stephanie Glover Janice Godwin .lane Goforth Robin Gohd Gail Gomff Walter Goodrich Courtney Gordon Tommy Gorham Suzanne Gosselin Ruth Gowell Kerry Grady Barbara Graham Lee Graves Gary Gray .lohn Gray Ronald Greaser Diana Green John Greenwaide Madelyn Griffith Richard Griffith Karen Grodowitz Miriam Guerin Richard Gustaferro Nancy Haberstoh Don Haddock Mark Hadley .lim Hagan Christine Haines Jedy Hamilton Richard Hamilton Linda Hammer Brenda Hamner Mark Hanabury Jerry Hancy Colleen Haney ,lane Harding Debbie Harlan Connie Harper Edward Harris Elaine Harris Martha Harris Ricky Hart Ronald Hart Carolyn Hartley Steve Harvith Ray Haverty Steve Hawkins Mike Hayden .lohn Hayes Gail Head Michael Healy Ricky Heddinger Carol Herzig Doris Hess . Sandra Hickel Linda Hilgert James Hill Margaret Hill Steve Hill Ernest Hinojoso Hap Hodges Stuart Hodges Dorothy Hoffman Janice Hoffman Camilla Hollowell Linda Hollyfield Brian Holm Mike Holman Cherinell Hood Ron Hopkins Marilyn Horn Jane Houghten James Huggett Nancy Hughes Sharron Hughes Harry Hull Marsha Humphrey Alan Hunsberger Dennis Hunsberger Linda Hunsberger Carol Hunter Sue Hutchins Donald Hutson Jeff Hyland Parents met teachers at back-to-school night John Hempel Jackie Henderson Bill Hendy Roth Hennigan Anita Henry Leah Henry Linda Hensley J ames Hermes Janet Hermon Carolyn Herrington "Contribute.',, Connie Harper collects money for the Light Brigade. Freshmen 189 190 Freshmen i Miss Lamb counsels Steve Loomis. Freshmen held their first elections H Raymond Hylton Teri Inman Hal Jackson Nicholas Jacobellis Kurt Jacobsen Richard Jeffries Bobby Jenkins Bradley Jenkins Michael Jenkins Peter Jensen Kathleen Jerman Dale Jerome Richard Jocelyn Claudia Johnson Marcia Johnson Randy Johnson Shirley Johnson Carolyn Jones Cassandra Jones Judy Joray Dodair Joseph William Julian Nor1nan Junker , , Bob Kaye Sharron Kelly Harry Kemble Sean Kennedy Bobbie Kerns Chris Kessler Jerry Kestner Kathy Keys Doris Kidwell Dennis Kielsgard Ellie Kincaid Sandi Kirby Richard Knave Kathy Knichel David Kohlhagen Roger Kormendi Judi Kossler Jackie Kozina Deloris Koziol Dennis Koziol Kathy Kraft Vincent Kramer Linda Krauser Letitia Krieg Deborah Ladin Gloria LaGarde John Laird Kathryn Laird .lohn Lam Brenda Lane Connie Lann Barbara Lanzer Richard Larson David Laws Michael Layman Francine Lee Mark Leemon Bill Leftwieh Jinny Lennon Robert Leonard Cecil Lewis Edward Lewis Elizabeth Lieblich Sally Lloyd Kirk Logan Steve Loomis Michael Lough Barbara Lovett Johnny Lowrey Crescentia Lubbers Linda Lucckese Susie Ludtke Pat Lundgren John Lunsford Judy Lunsford Christine Lynch Rebecca Lynch Lynda Lynn Paul MacMurdy .Janet Maddalena Linda Madison and the future school leaders came forward Amalda Magner Brian Mahler Janet Maley .loe Mallon Mary Manor Linda Markley Ellen Marlow Helen Marocchi Julia Marrero Terry Marsh Elizabeth Marshall Robbie Marshall Edward Martenson Bette Martin Jeanne Mason Hedy Massey Randy Massie Mary Mastropaolo James Mathias Robert Mathias Jessie Mathusa Jill Matthews Bob Maxey Barry May Freshmen 191 With the strength of Atlas in his hands!-Dave Surles Freshman cheerleaders Linda May Marlow Mays Christine McAllan Mike McCuddin William McCord Charles McCormack Randy McDaniel Celeste McDonald Mike McDonald Robert McDonnell Linda McGregor Paul McGregor Ruth Mclnturff John Mclntyre Janice McKay Nona McKenzie Andy McKittrick Daniel McNamara 192 Freshmen Marvin McNuss Susan Melby Diane Merchant Candi Mercy Anne Merkle Bob Mertz Christine Meyer Jean Meyer Jill Meyer Joanna Michie Cathy Miller Joanna Miller Sharon Millican Ronnie Millner Susan Milton Phillis Mims spurred the teams to victory all year Marcia Mock William Monroe James Montague Karen Mooney Jerry Moore Susan Morales Deborah Moreland Dana Morphew Henry Morris Sara Morrison David Morrow Mike Morton Judy Mosley Polly Mott Nellie Mudd Mark Meuller Rhoda Mugaas Colleen Mulcahy Helen Mullins Eve Munson John Musinski Richard Muzyka Barry Myers Helen Myers Virginia Myers Joan Nealon Diane Nethercutt Phill Netzel Howard Newby John Newby Donnie Newman George Newman Joe Newman Johnny Newton Larry Newton Wesley Niccolls Brenda Nichols Peter Nicodem Robert Noah Laura Noble Charles Nordstrom Jewell Nowell Earleen 0'Bannon Ray O'Donahue Cary Oleson David Oliverio Karl Olson William Orme Robert Orndorff Lauren Orton Ed Osius Stephen Over Emmett Owenby Kelly Pace David Page Tom Painter Lory Palacio Carol Pallesen Eric Palmblad Douglas Parker John Parrish Steve Parsons Jone Pascoe Donald Paull Craig Payne Fred Payne Natalie Pecsok Diane Peil John Perkins Dean Pershing Joe Perszyk Francine Pesek Freshmen 193 Steve Rush and John Musinski illustrate mass Welfare Drive. 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Freshmen 197 W , , ,:.E5E.A i 'V ,I My x M ,, , w r ORGANIZATIQNS Happiness is . . . Happiness is fifteen approved posters . . . knowing when council meetings are . . . making the three-l1un- dred-page deadline . . . enough literary magazine con- tributions . . . remembering your uniform . . . knowing the music before the concert . . . Happinesslis being a candidate to go abroad . . . movies at lunch . . . a suc- cessful bake sale . . . an approved constitution . . . money in the treasury . . . Happiness is an award win- I Ll ning science project . . . an attention-getting bulletin board . . . not being suspended by the Senate . . . your poem in The Page . . . l00ffQ at'General Assembly . . . Happiness is a well-attended committee meeting . . . meeting Cavalier Charlie in the hall . . . a cabinet posi- tion . . . an Cavalier Corps sweater . . . dinner, at La Fonda . . . Catholic Ufs Oedipus Rex . . . President Dave Barnett as frequently seen promoting Student Government projects. 200 Organizations SENATE. First Row: Patti Lynch, Dale Tolson, Iris Johnson, Vicki Durnford, Ron Fried man, Suzy Neuburg, Marcia Sandrock, Nancy Robb, Kathi Durnford, Rick Ahlfield Second Row: Anne Giherson, Patti Plough, Judy Penn, Betty Frazier, JoAnne Coakley Andrea Nygren, Stephanie Heatwole, Charli Harlan, Raleigh Shreve, Rich Cantwell Third Row: Joan Powell, Pam Evenson, Janet Town, Dick Kouzes, Janice Constantine CABINET. First Row: Susan Hall, Sharon Forbes, Karen Kilgore, Maureen Lowe, Barbara Allen. Second Row: KevinABoyle, Rick Munnikhuysen .lainie Atherton, Fred McConnell, Tom Joyce. held general sessions to keep students informed Pam Rittman, Randy Pope, Jim Mann, Rick Squires, John Cabot, Drew Upton, Bob Montondo. Fourth Row: Larry Coffman, Mark Clark, Steve Kohlhagen, Paul Ramsey, John Milks, Eric Olson, Mike Joye, Stan Owens, Rick Munnikhuysen, Paul Bittenbenfler, Don Celec, Bob Garner, Tom White. ST DE GOV' . Under the combined leadership of Presi- dent Dave Barnett and Advisor Mrs. French, Student Government launched in Septem- ber ,64 its first full-year program. At Woodson this organization consisted of three branches: Executive, Senate, and House of Representatives. The Senate, com- posed of delegates from all organizations, met Weekly to co-ordinate all club-sponsored activities. The Homeroom Representatives met each Monday morning to voice ques- tions, discuss problems of concern with their uconstituentsf' and then carry reports back to the homerooms. There were monthly General Sessions, open to all Cavaliers. Throughout the year the Student Govern- ment led the students through such proj- ects as the uadoptionw of needy families at Christmas, the Cavalier Light Brigade, and the Leadership Training Program. Organizations 201 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, First Row: Ronnalee Christie, Robyn Davis, Suzy Moritz, Lori Haig, Pat Lyons, Bill Ahlfield, Dan Mastie, Bill Perry, Jon Smith, Kathy Wilson. Second Row: Joyce Goodnough, MoDenna Ceconi, Carol Johnson, Doris Walker, Margie Henry, Jo Tegeler, Carolyn Latina, Susan Keeth, Gale Gibson, Rick Evert, Jerry Reece. Third Row: Kathy Phillips, Maile Moffit, Lynn- dell Coolidge, Clint Hubbard, .lerry Darr, Craig English, .lane Rodea rick, Alison Hughes, Rocky Hooper, Linda Mullins, Miriam Nolll Fourth Row: Bob Frase, Sherrie Lutz, Wayne Welde, Dan Dunn, Glen Smith, Wayne Bronson, Greg LaBell, Carolyn Golway, Phoebe Palmer, Mike Harris, John Hollowell. John Van Hoy, Speaker-of-the-House, and Debbie Newman, Secretary, prepare the agenda for a future House meeting. 202 Organizations .laime Atherton oversees magazine drive operations. Learning the 'igrass roots" fundamentals of Student Government, President-elect Dennis Carr worked with Dave Barnett in processing Light Brigade contributions. I t In times of need like the campaign for lights, Student Government pooled its resources fMrs. French, Jaime Atherton, and Sue Halll to make the drive a success. Happiness is a voice in school government HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. First Row: Sally Schaffer, Chris Osegueda, Judy Elliott, Gail Hanson, Martha Colman, Susie Melby, Donna Lawton, Penny Richard, Dan Donovan. Second Row: Tonie Freed, Donna Fenerty, Ellie Kincade, Linda Cone, Marcia King, Susan Scurlock, Mary Lou Wiedner, Dianne Waters, Brian Stearman. Third Row: Karl Smith, Kerry Grady, Joyce Clark, Leslie Dorka, Ann Llipse, Beth Winfree, Bob Kidd, .lim Parker, Kathy Hilgert, Deryl Cramer. Fourth Row: Bob Zier, Nick Jacobellis, Mike McCuddin, Robby Eaves, Charles Croft, Jay Hawkins, Sandy Harwell, Charlotte Mitchell, Steven Hill, Janet Polk. Organizations 203 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY I 3 2 E 'r 5 W S I l John Cabot Mark Hansen Marilyn Hicks Linda B0iSScau President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY. First Row: Mr. Marvin-Joe Merck, Marilyn Hicks, Lynn Griffith, Marty Mudrinich, Susan Carty. Phyllis Thompson, Sharon Hutson, Steve Kohlhagen, Dick Kouzes, Third Row: Don Celec, Bob Frase, Drew Upton, ,Iim Vogel, Mike Rosemary O'Donobue, Paul Bittenbender, Kathy Phillips, Cindy Joye, Richard Payne, Bob Uhler, Peter Hooper, Rick Munnikhuysen, Carr, Suzy Neuhurg. Second Row: Marcia Sandrock, Steve Christen- Tom White. sen, Linda Boisseau, Pam Moreland, Vicki Durnford, Mark Hansen, SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY. First Row: Iris Johnson, Cindy King, Bob Fossum. Third Row: John Cabot, Dave Bohan, Barbara Hunter, Bonnie Shubart, Nancy Robb, Barbara Allen, Gail Livingston, Mrs. Paul Ramsey, Rachael Roop, Ronnie Friedman, Ole Holst, Arleen Ford. Second Row: Phyllis Dunn, Stephanie Issitt, Jon Smith, Fred Burke, Bob Fossum. McConnell, Patti Lynch, Mary Margaret Marston, Susi Preissentin, 204 Organizations Mark Hansen explains the-spirit of the torch. HO OR SOCIETIE Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service filed solemnly toward the stage of the darkened auditorium as classmates looked on with respect. The thirty-five inductees to the Senior National Honor So- ciety repeated the national pledge in an impressive ceremony in December, and thereby took on the responsibility of mainf taining the standards by which they were selected. In an early September meeting, initial plans for major projects were instigated. As the year progressed, the chapter in- stituted a tutoring service and an honor roll plaque. One of the chapter's most signi- ficant contributions to the school was its sponsorship and encouragement of activities related to the Fine Arts. ln February, they carried out arrangements for Woodson and Fairfax seniors to view a National Ballet Company performance in the auditorium. Then in late March the chapter, along with the school's Fine Arts Council, brought Catholic University Players' performance of Oedipus Rex to Woodson. JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY. First Row: Taffy Neuburg, David Strong. Second Row: Bob Montondo, Joan Powell. Third Row: Ginger Price, Vince Evans. Fourth Row: Mr, Puffenberger, Bob Lueke. Organizations 205 l l , Ronnie Bulson, Editor-in-Chief, Miss Speeks, Sponsor. ASSISTANTS. Drew Upton, Margaret Pratt, Kasha Codek, Sharon Hutson, Judy Elkins. 206 Organizations Buzz Decker, .lohn Huggins, Gary Border, Alan Olson, Photographers THE CAVALIER Long before school opened in September, The Cavalier staff was at workg already they were aware that it Was an immense student body Whose history they were to record. However, only when they began to take pictures and at- tempted to cover all activities did they realize just how large. Gradually, pictures and copy accumulated, and the book began to take shape. Deadlines approached, aspirin bottles, late hours, and frayed nerves characterized Room 132g and more than once the book7s theme of 'chappinessw became ironic. Happiness did become a reality, though, when 'one day late in March the final airmail package was off to the publisher. Then began the weeks of Waiting-weeks that were spent in training next year's staff and convincing them that no activity is more demanding, or rewarding, than publishing The Cavalier. CAV LCADE High school newspapers reflect, more than any other publication, changing trends of thought. By bringing Current conflicts and activities to light, the Cavalcade served as a major means of corninunication be- tween student groups and the individual Cavalier. Features, such as play reviews, a Senior page in the January issue, and comprehensive sports coverage, served to unify W.T.W.'s massive student body by making everyone feel a part of the school. The Cavaicaale christened a new staff room at the beginning of the year, and kept life interesting by waging a running battle to keep it. Two minor crises occurred during the year, with a change in midstreani of printers and of photographers, but the staff went on counting characters and identifying pictures, oblivious to difficul- ties, even when editor Paul Ramsey showed up with a black eye. His diligent and faith- ful staff members blithely pursued their responsibilities to cover all news except, per- haps, the activities of the editor. Seriously, Editor Paul and Advisor Miss Spencer led their staff of photographers, reporters, and page editors through eight major issues of the Cavalcade, plus a special school opening issue and a Cavalier Light Brigade feature edition. STAFF MEMBERS. Cindy Carr, Carolyn McClelland, Bob Tuttle, Stormy Withers, Third and Fourth Page Editors. REFORTER STAFF. First Row: Nancy Glover, Sandy Sudler, Sandy KHWH Warfield, JCTYY Br0wn, Bill Peterson, Ben .l0hI1S'i0D, JOHH Holliman, Donna Joyce, Judy Alves, Pam Moreland, Nancy Bininger, POWCU, Shawn RUCY, JHHC CUIIGSS- 200 Organizations Robin Adams, Exchange Editorg Miss Spencer, Sponsorg Frank Oberhausen, Photog- rapherg Roy Connell, Photographer. STAFF MEMBERS. Coralyn Jones, Second Page Editorg Sue Pressentin, First Page Editorg Rachael Roop, Second Page Editorg Bonnie Shubart, First Page Editofg Sharon Rich, Second Page Assistant. 4 THE PAGE A literary magazine is sometimes thought of by students as a dull, heavy publication which has to be bought with the yearbook and newspaper. At Woodson this image has been wiped outg The Page staff has proved that a literary magazine can be the most interesting school publication, because it represents the greatest cross section of the school's writers and artists. Working from a tiny office which doubled as a French classroom, The Page staff and sponsor Mrs. Senio produced three issues: regular fall and winter productions and a special spring edition. By recruiting the aid of English teachers in submitting student masterpieces, the staff spent much time gathering poetry, prose and art for its issues. Since everything submitted could not be published, a large portion of the staff's time was spent in reviewing and judging contributions. By sponsoring a writing contest in the winter, The Page staff not only gained con- tributions, but inspired many future jour- nalists to begin their efforts at W.T.W. The page solicited art, poetry, and prose STAFF. First Row: Sue Sweeney, Leslie Brookins, Jeanne Farrell, PCUUY 015011, Helen Peterson, Patricia Pfille, Linda H0W21fd- Thifd Donna Jenson, Marsha Blair, Judi Entwisle. Second Row: Jane Jobst, ROW! Ridlard Offitt, Bill Franz, Jim Parker, Bob Williams, Mrs. Patricia Fitzpatrick, Kevin Foley, Karen Newlon, Pam Evenson, S8150- 2l0 Organizations Do you suppose that' Page staff members were required to pose for a picture? for a special contest issue published in April Pat Prine formulates criticism as she reads a new essay. Pam Evenson has the unending task of examining the galley sheets. Organizations 211 QUILL AND SCROLL. First Row: Kathy Phillips, Bonnie Shubart. Second Row: Cindy Carr, Susi Pressentin. Third Row: Rachael Roop, Pam Evenson, Marilyn Hicks. Fourth Row: Linda Boisseau, Nancy Strickler, Paul Ramsey. Fifth Row: Bob Tuttle, Lori Haig. 212 Organizations Miss Spencer, Quill and Scroll sponsor. ILL .AND SCROLL The W. T. Woodson Chapter of Quill and Scroll was organized in June, 1963. An im- pressive school-wide ceremony was held in which sixteen students were inducted. All has been selected on the basis of outf 'standing performance on the newspaper, yearbook or literary magazine staffs. While the organization is primarily honorary, it has functioned as a forum in which jour- nalists may discuss common problems and share ideas. CAVALIER CORPS. First Row: Charlie Fagan, Ronnie Maley, Earl Uhler, Gabe Oliverio, Ronnie Walsh. Fourth Row: Greg DeHaven, Myers, Pete Gossens. Second Row: John Hollowell, Bob Frase, Greg Ken Pennington, Tom Joyce, John Cabot, Don Peterson, John Loving. Sarley, Harold Smarr. Third Row: Bob Cass, Mark Hansen, Bob CAVALIER CORP Under the auspices of Mr. Volrath and the Student Government, a pilot group, termed the Cavalier Corps, came into being during November. Unique in the Northern Virginia area, the Cavalier Corps is a serv- ice organization devised to provide positive leadership in activities throughout the school. The Cavalier Corps was organized as a Cabinet committee under President Tom Joyce. The qualifications of its members include the possession of strong leader-ship and a willingness to do a maximum of work with a minimum of credit. Sporting the golden W.T.W, emblem on blue cardigan sweaters, the members of the Cavalier Corps exhibited their authority in various school service projects by con- trolling lunch lines, ushering in the audi- torium, directing traffic at evening activi- ties, and aiding the faculty daily by moni- toring the halls during lunch periods. Cavalier Corps sponsor, Mr. Volrath, takes a break in his office. Organizations 213 W KEY CLUB. First Rowg Gary Hayes, Dick Kouzes, Tom White, Rick ard Payne, Jim Parker, Bob Montondo, John Milks, Paul Bitten- bender. Second Row: Reid Raudenbush, Bruce Furbish, Richard Cant- well, Bob Harman, Ken Pennington, Brad Johnson, Bob Gass, Don Celec, John Cabot, Clint Hubbard. Third Row: Rick Evert, Jim Mann, Ron Rector, Steve Zimpel, Dan Mastic, Jaime Atherton, Rick Munnikhuysen, Bob Sutphin, Don Danbury, Bob Hunsberger. Fourth Row: Stormy Withers, Ole Holst, Glen Furbish, Bob Tuttle, Bill White, .lim Hayes, Phil Reid, Bill Perry, Wally Burke, Richard Har- man. A student directory and a paper-back bookstore KEYETTES. First Row: Barbara Phillips, Bonnie Shubart, Ginny Olson, Dale Tolson, Susan Carty, Nancy Cromwell, Arleen Burke, Second Row: Cathi Raebel, Sydney Olson, Linda Cone, Jane Roderick, Susan Stoops, Sharyn Forbes. Third Row: JoAnne Coakley, Karen Kilgore, Rosemary O'Donohue, Helen Disenhaus, Chris Miller, Shelley 214 Organizations Turpin. Fourth Row: Betty Frazier, MoDenna Ceconi, Cindy Carr, Vicki Durnford, Judi Booker, Linda Boisseau. Fifth Row: Cynthia King, Judy Squires, Judy Newman, Gail Livingston, Jean Polk, Joan Powell. KEY CLUB AND KEYETTES Led by Rich Cantwell, president, and Mr. Dowling, faculty sponsor, the Woodson Key Club spent the year striving to make worthwhile contributions to the school and community. One of their most appreciated services was the late-fall prep- aration and sale of a student directory, under the direction of Richard Payne. In February they undertook the sponsor- ship of sports, travel, and educational films shown in the auditorium during lunch periods. Other activities included assistance in a local cerebral palsy office, sponsorship of a scholarship for a senior Cavalier, and donation of a brick announcement sign at the entrance to the school. Perhaps the high point of the year was their mid-March convention in Richmond, in which the club ran a candidate for the of- fice of state. ln September the Keyette Club, with a membership of thirty-six sophomore, junior, and senior girls, began its first full year of service to Woodson. President Dale Tolson led the organization of a paperback book store, after-school assistance in the library, and a spring G'Daffodil Dayf, ln addition, the Keyettes collected eye-glasses from students for children in India and money for the March of Dimes, and joined the Key Club in the enjoyment of a party. ln April Keyettes attended the state convention in Wa,shington, D. C., covering business sessions and informal seminars. Were K-and-K projects Keyette sponsor Mrs. Brown and President Dale Tolson prepare the agenda for a future meeting. Keyette President Dale Tolson gives her approval to a Key Club project. Organizations 215 DRAMA CL B On the first day of school, the Drama Club officers and sponsor, Mr. Gary, began plans for Rebel Without a Cause, a realistic presentation of problems involving modern youth. Committees were formed, the play was cast, practices began, and finally the curtain rose. After 6'Rebel," the Drama Club began plans for the second annual "Odds ,N Endsf, a series of scenes from 4'The Lotteryf' "The Man Who Came to Dinner," 'LA Pair of Lunaticsf' g'South Pacific," and 'cWon- derful Town." THESPIAN SOCIETY The National Thespian Society is an honorary organiza- tion devoted to the advancement of dramatic art in the na- tion's secondary schools. Plans for the organization of Wood- son's Troupe 194 were begun early in the summer, as Presi- dent Sharon Hutson worked to compile individual points for dramatic participation. On January 7, 1964, having received its national charter, the new Troupe held its first induction, in which fourteen students received the honor of member- ship. DRAMA CLUB. First Row: Candy Richardson, Claire Bledsoe, Mari- lea Hawkins, Sharyn White, Virginia Voigtsberger, Sheryn Simmons, Beth Astholz, Pam Farmer, Penny Richard, Kathy Phillips, Susan Hall, Kathy Durnford. Second Row: Bill Cruise, Cyndi Glenn, Mar- lene Klick, Lynn Masterson, Linda Hirt, Debbie Wilson, MoDenna Ceconi, Gerry Saari, Carolyn Latina, Carol Tracy, Donna Schneider, Pat Gearhart, Craig Cradlin, Jean Allred. Third Row: Peggy Disney, Vicki Durnford, Kathy Cloney, Anne Roberts, 'Glenn Furb-ish, Nola Masterson, Halsey Green, Lon Davis, Don Cox, Lorena Bear, Bill Frantz, Mike Sheppard, Lisa di Girolamo, Deedee Darr. DRAMA CLUB. First Row: Cindy Derr, Barbara Bibby, Meg Faulk, Mary Regan, Sharon Hutson, President, Nancy Raine, Vice-President, Emily Reed, Secretary, Pam Powell, Treasurer, Linda VanDoren, Beckie Poff, Judy Elkins, Emily Ann Roberts. Second Row: Sue Hutchins, Michele Tremaine, Debbie Derr, Helen Peterson, Jim 216 Organizations Montgomery, Tom White, Liz Monroe, Linda Key, Nancy Niland, Suzanne Lewis, Sandra Bates, Mary Lou Hull. Third Row: Nancy Huffstutter, Royce Wolf, Judy Curless, Mike McBlair, Susan Knight, Jim Biggers, Mike Harris, Douglas Hall, Cindy Decker, Jim Parker, Stevi Glover, Sue Key. THESPIAN SOCIETY. First Row: Emily Reed, Sharon Hutson, Vicki Durnford, Bob Garner, Susan Hall. Third Row: .lean Allred, Craig Crandlin, Nancy Raine, Don Cox. Second Row: Norla Masterson, Lynn Masterson, Lorena .Bear, Mike Sheppard, Mike McBlair. Cavaliers staged "Rebel . . . "and Odds ,119 Ends President Sharon Hutson delivers her speech alQ Mr. Gary is caught in the act of being himself. Thespian inductions. Organizations 217 INTERNATIONAL CLUB. First Row: Maile Miller, Bob Zier, Kevin Smith, Shirley Hilde- brand. Second Row: Margo Moore, Pelham Hancock, Susan Strong, Dorothy Breeden, Sara Scheider. Third Row: .Iudy Welch, Mary River, Kathy Eastman, Laura Noble, Karen Clefton. Fourth, Row: Barbara Britt, Pam Becker, Kathy Sommerkamp, Shirley Canard, Lou Cooper. Fifth Row: Mike .Ioye, Lynn Griffith, Nancy Robb. 218 Organizations I TER- NATIONAL CLUB The purpose of the International Club is to promote among students an under- standing of international relations, and .to inform them of customs and affairs in for- eign countries. One of the Woodson Club's major activities was the promotion and sponsorship of the American Field Service International Scholarship program. In the spring of 1963, the club began a drive to raise money for a foreign exchange student and, in August, Ole Holst arrived to be- come a brother to Cavaliers Steve and Dave Barnett, and an active Woodson student. Ole and a number of other foreign ex- change students from local high schools were guest speakers at International Club programs throughout the year. Other major activities of the club in- cluded observance of the U.N. Week in October, a field trip to the U.N. in No- vember, and an A.F.S. drive in the spring for a I964-1965 foreign exchange student. Foreign relations Why, Ole, do you do such things? DEBATE TEAM Woodson's Debate Team, originally or- ganized as a solely intramural group, this year entered the Southern Division of the Virginia League. After two months of in- tensive research and practice, the squad entered interscholastic competition. ln the opening weeks of the season, even before faculty sponsors were appointed,- veteran debaters Kohlhagen, Drye, Healy, and Zaugg instructed the new members and got research under way. The debaters developed techniques of logical argument, organization, and pre- sentation of facts to prove a particular point. Sponsors Mrs. Carmichael and Miss Bennett, and Captain Steve Kohlhagen, scheduled debates on this yearis topic: the extension of social security benefits to in- clude complete medical care. Organized into affirmative and negative teams, the mem- bers occasionally switched sides to get prac- tice in defending the opposite point of view, learning that the pI'6S6ntati0I1 is the Captain Steve Kohlhagen presents the rebuttal as Mike Zaugg looks on approvingly. most important factor in debate. and logical debate captured the interest of many DEBATE TEAM, First Row: Mary Taylor, Bob Dalzell, Andy Zaugg, Susan Christiansen. Third Row: Steve Agresta, Granger Barrett, Anne Goodrich, Helen Disenhaus. Second Row:,NaJ1cy Satterford, Mary Regan, Lawrence Young, Diane Wesley, Mike Zaugg, Steve Pat Gearhart, Kay Hilty, Steve Thompson, Bob Wall, Barbara Hunter, Kohlhagen, Dick Healy. Organizations 219 PEP CLUB. First Row: Cathy Jones, Cheryl Friedman, Marilyn Horn, Jean LeMasurier, Andrea Nygren, Pam Wylie, Mary Lynn Green. Second Row: Alex Wright, Jim Layman, Dehhe Tolson, Cindy Mullen, Judy Newman, Grace Melnik, Judi Sanborn, Dennis Hancock. Third Row: Ronnie Friedman, David Pexton, Richard Smith, Sam Wood, Bryan Cloyed, John Roop, Martin Rhines, Lennie Burke, Brian Heavy. Spirited students provided posters and cheers PEP CL B From the first athletic contest in Sep- tember to the last event of the year, the Cavalier Pep Club devoted its energies to promoting school spirit and good sports- manship. To insure efficient organization, the mem- bership was divided into five committees: goal posts, decorations, maps, publicity, and funds. ln this way each member concen- trated all his efforts in his special area, while contributing to the general usefulness of the club. ln the fall, Pep Club members publicized football games, decorated goal post-s and formed cheering sections. Paper footballs on team members' lockers and bus trans- portation to faraway games were two of the other services provided to football fans. Throughout the rest of the year, the Pep Club performed such services as decorating for athletic banquets and dances and pro- moting enthusiasm for the often unpubli- cized sports such as track, baseball, and girls, sports. 220 Organizations Ronnie Friedman shows how the president of the Pep Club should dominate. ART GUILD To the members of the Art Guild, the brush and pallette were symbols of the expression of life. Open to any interested student, the Guild functioned to foster in- terest in all art forms, either through par- ticipation or through observation. At their weekly meetings, art enthusiasts listened. to talks by artists, discussed probe lems, and planned displays for the schoolis bulletin boards and showcases. ln art work- shops, Guild members experimented with techniques and materials in order to fur- ther their knowledge. Art design The Spring Art Show featured student talent ART GUILD. First Row: Mr. Liskey. Chris Zipp, Judi Enlwigle, ton, Nancy Brannock, Lori Petrasek, Jeanne Mason, Stephanie Wal- Marsha Blair, Patti Plough. Second Row: Marsha Brown, Phyllis Stedt, Lauren Orton, Lisa Keyes. Fourth Row: David Kohlhagen, Thompson, Sandy Howard, Karen Coggins, Carol Spitler, Gay Bowell, .lay Hearn, Bob Pareseau, .lim Layman, George Newman, Charlie Rita Steinhorst. Third Row: Debbie Derr, Sue Sweeney, Janet Thorn- S0l1ger. Organizations 221 FRE CH CLUB Members of Woodson's French Club had a rare opportunity in their sponsor, Miss Helene Valiere, a real live Parisienne. President Nancy Robb led the group, or- ganizing activities and planning programs. Miss Valiere expo-sed her students to such varied topics as skin diving, guitar playing, and psychology. The students took an active part in club activities, delivering talks on subjects from French schools to General DeGaulle.. ln addition, there were full-length films such as "Orphans of the Storm," and a documentary on French Canada. ln early spring, the club lunched at Le Bistrot in Washington, and sold French pastries for the Light Brigade. OFFICERS. Bev Johnson, Pam Moreland, Nancy Glover, Miss Valiere, Judy Booker, Tom Holm, Nancy Robb. ' Happiness is real French toast at Le Bistrot ....,....,.,... ,... , .. ,, . . , , FRENCH CLUB. First Row: Dorothy Breeden, Susan Taylor, Jane Houghten, Judy Welch, Bev Johnson, Judi Booker, Judy Elkins, Nancy Robb, Phyllis Thompson. Second Row: Chris Saari, Linda McGregor, Barbara Austin, Maile Miller, Anne Snyder, Pam Moreland, Kriss Haines, Nancy Glover, Ben Johnston, Kirk Wrigley. Third Row: Sig 222 Organizations Wichtendahl, Tom Holm, Maggie Berle, Jean LeMasurier, Mardy Mudrinich, Pam Wayne, Judy Hays, Carolyn Schlipf, Pat Gearhart, Tom Painter. Fourth Row: Ray Hylton, Phyllis Pratt, Joyce Carver, Barbara Britt, Joan Powell, Barbara Custaferro, Janet Polk, Jean Polk, Bill Franz. GERMAN CLUB. First Row: Dianne Coombs, Connie Hopewell, RYHH- Thifd Row: Charlie SUUECT, MHUSOU Ch66k,,EfiC 015011, Ml'- Mary Brownell, Sandy Brann, Virginia Brossy. Second Row: Mike Bolt, LUYTY WiSCl1h0Cf6f- Mitchell, Laurel Miller, Kay Hilty, Bill Sears, Fred Stargardt, Charlie Happiness is a German I-Iootenany at Christmas GERMAN CLU The membership of the German Club was open to all interested students who had taken or were taking German. Spon- sored by Mrs. Porinsh and Mr. Bolt, the club's purpose was to create an interest in Germany's culture, people, and traditions. The programs consisted of films, such as 'Travelling in Germanyf, and slides on German landscapes. At one meeting, the members even played parlour games-in German, of course. At the beginning of the year, President Eric Olson and the other members planned a traditional German Oktober Fest. Christ- mas Was celebrated at a dance for all Ger- man students, with entertainment provided by a folk-singing group called the Sundown- ers. ln the spring, the club planned fund- raising activities to finance a contribution to the Light Brigade. German Club C0-sponsor Mr. Bolt puts emphasis into his speech. Organizations 223 Mrs. Mathers reads to- her class from their textbook. LATI CLUB The Latin Club, sponsored by lVlrs. Math- ers, and affiliated with the National Jun- ior Classical League, is open to any cur- rent or former Latin student. The general purpose is promotion of understanding of the civilization of ancient Rome. On March 26, the Club held its Latin Ban- quet. With first-year students as slaves, the Caesarians dined on Cornish game hens and wild rice. Entertainment consisted of a one-act comedy and mock gladiator fights. Late in April, the Club members par- ticipated in the National Latin Examina- tion. Set up by grade level, the examination led to a scholarship for top participants. Happiness is a Roman Banquet, with slaves LATIN CLUB. First Row: Pat Sandrock, Pat Prine, .lo Barbour, Mike Payne, Third Row: Mrs. Mathers, Jay Hawkins, ,lohn Milks, Pat Rappaport, Sharon Rich, Dianne Ross. Second Row: Harold Stull, Pollick, Kathy Wilson, Valerie Van Osdol. Mike Iwanik, Richard Rubright, Christie! Hayes, Diane Nesley, Richard Organizations 224 SPANISH CL B Tortillas and hot tamales were not un- known to Spanish Club members during the past year. Taking excursions to Span- ish restaurants, such as La Fonda, they had the opportunity to order in Spanish, eat Spanish dishes, and take Spanish aspirin. Aided by Senor Armando Farfan, faculty sponsor and exchange teacher from Peru, the club members were able to acquire an insight into everyday life in South Ameri- can countries. Included in the club agen- das were slides, lectures, skits, and occa- sionally, the added attraction of Senor Faifan's strumming along on his guitar. Senor Fa'rfan speaks to a Spanish class concerning Latin American customs. Q1 4? Happiness is hearing Senor Farfan on his guitar SPANISH CLUB. First Row: Margaret Pratt, Nancy Wright, Susi Sears, Nancy Fairbrother, Iris Johnson, Nancy Strickler, Rita Cos- tello, Joma Smith. Second Row: Becky Trammell, Sally Cloyed, Janet Bratter, Marti Sears, Sue Berzak, Jan Pearman, Kathy Wil- son, Pete Gallagher, Mary Brownell. Third Row: Judy Sanborn, Kay Mooney, Barbara Bibby, Margie Rhoades, Sue Scanlan, Greg Gable, Nancy Brannock, Kasha Godek. Fourth Row: Dick Winter- stine, Cary Woodruff, Ernie King, Richard Quiggins, Jimmy Lay- man, Putnam Allard, Kevin Smith. 225 Organizations YFC members discuss school problems and formulate corrective procedures Y.F.C. The Youth for Christ Club, presided over by senior Judy Penn, exists for the purpose of maintaining Christian standards and rendering service to the school and Community. An interdenominational group, the club met Weekly, Watching films, conducting panel discussions, hearing guest speakers and presenting skits dealing with school, national, and international problems. Another primary feature of the club program was study of the Bible. Portions of both the Old and New Testaments were read and interpreted, as members helped each other gain a fuller understanding of the Scriptures. ln its service capacity, the Youth for Christ Club designed and decorated the front lobby bulletin board at Easter. Strength of character and service to school w YOUTH FOR CHRIST. First Row: Richard Griffith, Linda Mul- Second Row: Beverly Gimble, Lynn Griffith, Barbara Breedlove, lins, Marian McKnight, Miriam Noll, Judy Penn, Roberta Griffiths. Chris Marcroft, Richard Brill. Organizations 226 TRI-I-II-Y The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y, as defined in the national constitution, is 'cto create, maintain, extend." Meetings were held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, with a planned program following the short business meeting. Often, students went be- fore the group to discuss current problems. The Woodson Tri-Hi-Y, as a division of the Fairfax County branch, sponsored by the YWCA, and a member of the national organization, sends a representative to each district meeting to record important information. The Tri-Hi-Y aids in the induction of newly formed chapters in other schools, and serves at dinners given by Woodson organizations. Public life is stressed on the bulletin board which they maintain and prepare regularly. OFFICERS. Terri Reidelhack, Janet Town, Judy Curless, Phyllis Sutherland, .lane Curless, Linda Deckard, Sponsor Mrs. Harrell, and community were Tri-Hi-Y and YFC goals TRI.HI.Y, Firgl Row: Sue Sweeney, Mary O1-mn, Second Row: Ann Travers. Fourth Row: Pat Reed, Sue Scanlan, .lane Curless, Lynda Mallon, Terri Reidelhack, Marsha Blair. Third Row: Judy Janet Town, Judy Curless, Myra Yost, Linda Greenstreet, Diana Pulley, Terry Akin, Ruth Lovett, Jane Roderick, Barbara Austin, MHYBS, PhYl1iS Sutherland, Linda Deffkafd- 227 Organizations TERRESTRIAL SCIENCE. First Row: Tracy Antley, Alan Singer, Gretchen Faulk. Second Row: Marcia Mock, Jackie Gray, Mrs. Banks. Third Row: Mike Rappaport. Fourth Row: John Ebling, .lane Goforth, Pat Sandrock. Fifth Row: Barbara Lanzer. Sixth Row: Eric Assur. Seventh Row: Ed Lewis, Randy Pope. Eighth Row: Kirk Rector, Bob Bell. 228 Organizations F.S.A. The Future Scientists of -America is a nationwide organization for high school science enthusiasts. In its second year of operation, Woodson had three F.S.A. groups: the Science Research and Elec- tronics Clubs, organized in 1962, and the newly formed Terrestrial Science Club. Members of the Science Research group, sponsored by Mrs. Opp and Mr. Chandler, spent their time in extracurricular pursuit of facts, and were usually recognizable by cid-stained fingers. their a The Electronics Club, through the ef- forts of Mr. Adams, worked toward in- creased technical knowledge in the areas of communication. Sponsor Mrs. Banks led her Terrestrial Science group through viewings of meteor showers, the Micro-Meteorological Labora- tory at Sterling, Virginia, and experimental work in the field. Happiness is, Mark Zuk, Presidentg Steve Ciotti, Vice-Presi- dent, Bob Loomis, Secretaryg Steve Chernock, Treasurerg Mr, Adams, Sponsor. SCIENCE RESEARCH CLUB. First Row: Greg Gieselman, Laurel Ruth Opp. Second Row: Mr. Chandler, Morris Mayes, Mike Harris, Miller Secretary-Treasurerg Richard Brill, Dick Kouzes, Sara Jimmy Layman, Manson Cheek, Gary Oleson, Dick Healy, Jim Scheicler, Mike Joye, Presidentg Clay Compf, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Painter. for Future Scientists, a successful experiment ELECTRONICS CLUB. Lon Davis, Eric Ridenbush, Christopher Jim Coffman, Tom Roe, Jack Stahl, Don Woodyard, Russell New- Stearns, Danny Compton, Ole Holst, Douglas Hall, Andy Zallggi co-mer. Organizations 229 MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB. First Row: Ann Chandler, Historian, Susi Sears, Treasurerg Anne Giberson, President, Roberta Camp- bell, Corresponding Secretary, Robin Adams, Secretaryg Karen O'Flaherty, Vice-President. Second Row: Cynthia Custaff, Marie Towe, Betty McComsey, Cindy Tallia, Sherrie Lutz, Barbara Mar- rero, Carol Joseph, Carol Travis, Shirley Hildebrand. Third Row: Beth Lundien, Mary Phipps, Anita Malcolm, Pat Breeden, Susan Morales, Jeannie Wilkerson, Linda Flowers, Carolyn Golway, Col- leen Haney, Judy Palmer. Fourth Row: Pat Coffey, Myra Yost, Trish Kielsgard, Janie Sterling, Deloris Koziol, Cherinell Hood, Barbara Lanzer, Lynn Drum, Sandy Forrester, Sig Wichtendahl, Peggy Willison, Mary Brownell, Kathy Sommerkamp. Future vocations were explored and studied M.c.c., Fir. ., F.H.A. The Medical Careers Club drew its membership from stu- dents who were considering a vocation in some realm of the medical world. Participating in a variety of interesting projects such as making periodic visits to area hospitals, club members were able to begin accumulating knowledge about various fields of medicine. Club programs consisted of films, discussions, and lectures. ln the spring, club mem- bers visited the Medical College of Virginia. The Woodson chapter of Future Teachers of America sought to encourage and stimulate students interested in the teaching profession and to provide its members with a taste of actual teaching experience. Thus, the student-teach- ing program became the mainstay of the 63-64 activities. This program enabled the eighteen participating members to spend one day each month observing and instructing in nearby elementary classrooms. The chapter's social program for the year opened with the annual faculty tea. ln the sprung a field trip to NEA provided club members with an overview of the professional organization of teachers. Wood- sonis exchange teacher from France, Miss Valiere, provided one of the most interesting programs of the year when she discussed differences between French and American schools. Members of the Future Homemakers of America gained experience in the arts of hostessing and serving, in addition to supplementing their classroom learning about cooking, sewing, and managing a household. They started the season in September with a tea for the faculty. At Christmas they made and sold corsages and in January they held a style show at which they modeled self-made fashions. Activities such as a Mother-Daughter Night and volunteer work at the Sleepy Hollow Nursing Home rounded the year's activities. 230 Organizations FUTURE HOMEMAKERS. First Row: Louanne Lawson, Secretaryg Stephanie Heatwole, President, Peggy Strickle, Vice-President, Nancy Webber, Treasurer. Second Row: Kitty Hopkins Carol Joseph, Donna Judson, Linda Welch, Phyllis Stull, Carolyn Simms, FUTURE TEACHERS. First Row: Bonnie Fairbrother, Secretaryg Jo Ann Green, Vice-Presidentg Janice Constantine, President, Mary Taylor, Parliamentarian-Historian. Second Row: Sheilah Thomas, Meg Faulk, Beva-Jane Solomon, Cathi Webb, Betsy Newman, Mari- lea Hawkins. Third Row: Lyndell Coolidge, Donna Nuzzi, Alice Peretti, Pat Rampy, Deb Strong, Kathy Owens. Fourth Row: Pat Pingatore, Linda Coulter, Maggi Adams, Teresa Smith, Emilia Oleson, Beverly Gimble. throu h tri s, demonstrations, and raetice g P P Betty Klotz, Sherrie Lutz, Cathy Wilkins, Darla Garber, .lan Hoff- man. Third Row: Mary Diehl, Nancy Sigrist, Charlotte Mitchell, Barbara Hunter, Linda Lawrence, Barb Rigsbee, Donna Wood, Carolyn Day, Hazel Marlow, Pat Beadle, Lessie. Walls. Fourth Row: Anne Giberson, Karen O'Flaherty, Toby Stein, Teena Moss, Beverly Thomas, Mary Parrish, Beverly Gimble, Sylvia Williams, Mimi Sullivan, Kathy Ashley, Chris Saari, Carol Eblen. Organizations 231 BAND COUNCIL. First Row: Virginia Brossy, David Wright, Larry Finegan, Treasurer, Bob Garner, Presidentg Carol Laird, Vice-Presi- dentg Marian McKnight, Secretaryg Jerry White, Executive Adminis- tratorg Jim Parrish, Head Librarian, Mike Haller, Band Manager. Second Row: Kathy Wates, Barbara Clough, Ibrook Tower, Nancy Graham, Bryan Cloyed, Cliff Brown, Rick 'Thompson, Lloyd Hutchins, Bob Thompson, Roberta Goldberg. Third Row: Jeff Wolf, Scott Lynch, Ruth Ryan, Dave Harler, Jim Finegan, Dobie Stevens. SYMPHONIC BAND. First Row: I. Tower, R. Harman, M. Zuk, V. Brossey, J. Wolf, L. Mills, D. Rowell, S. Issitt, T. Allen, C. Hunter, B. White,E. Watts, R. Goldberg, N. Redfern, B. Clough, R. Ryan. Second Row: C. Worley, J. Tower, R. Griffith, S. Lutz, L. Tim- mons, L. Anderson, J. Mosloy, J. Coffman, D. Wright, R. Powell, K. Cross, B. White, L. Henderson, B. Coggins, D. Erickson, D. Dan- bury, J. Mason, C. Howard, J. Upton. Third Row: L. Griffith, S. 232 Organizations Scheider, M. McKnight, R. Solornan, K. Clefton, A. Lermeshewsky, C. Irons, G. Longiurato, B. Cloyed, S. Andrick, H. Morrison, S. Durum, S. Hill, D. Yolton, C. Howard, M. Anderson, M. Forward, B. Garner, Dick Brill, B. Thompson, M. Haller, G. Gray, G. Giesel- man, H. Ruhsam, R. Mosley, D. Stevens. Fourth Row: D. Bal- lengee, C. Angel, S. Prentice, R. Johnson, S. Melby, D. Lassell, R. ANDS The west end of Woodson was a picture of frenzied activity, as uniform managers tried to fit one hundred and three hand members into one hundred uniforms, harried librarians searched for a missing piccalo part, and lVlr. Buskirk, director, tried to keep from developing an ulcer. Tattered streamers, scattered sheets of music, and sore feet were the mementos of football half-time shows as the Cavalier Band moved resolutely into the concert season. Passers-by in the music wing were entertained by strains of '4Frosty the Snowman," 46Jubilation T. Cornponef' and wllhe Finale from the New World Symphonyf, as the hand raced to prepare for the Second Annual Christmas Concert, the Extravaganza, participation in the District IV Band Festival, and the Second Annual Spring Concert. lVlean- while, individual hand members participated in the District IV Solo and Ensemble Festival and attended All-State -Band. At the close of a busy, rewarding year, tired but satisfied Cavalier bandsmen realized that their contribution of hours and talent had lent immeasurable support to the unification of the student hody. K 5 l l Thompson, D. Tolson, R. Hall, J. Rigoulot, J. Finegan, B. John- ston, R. Coffman, M. Slinkard, J. Parrish, C. Gasperides, L. Finegan, L. Hutchins, D. Harler, B. Satterford, C. Brown. Fifth Row Standing: B. Windham, J. Lavore, S. Lynch, M. McDonald, A. Faircloth, K. Yvafes, C. Laird, D. Wooten, C. White, Mr. E. C, Buskirk. Bob Garner, Drum Major. Organizations 233 RESERVE BAND. First Row: Winn Williams, Ellen Marlow, kert, Mike Rappaport, Bruce Britton, Shirley Johnson, Richard Richard Custaferro, Linda Floyd. Second Row: ,lim Hagan, Dennis Griffith. Fourth Row: ,lane Stull, Allen Reid, Dean Pershing, Emory Kielsgard, Terry Sullivan, Robert Van Benthuysen, Charles Fagan, Peters, Steven Saulnier, Tom Painter. Ronald Fagan, Brenda Nichols, Charlie Evert. Third Row: Al Ben- Coneert and Reserve Bands aided Symp onie x 234 Organizations BANDS A love of music and a sincere willing- ness to learn are the most important as- pects of musicianship, as the members of the Concert and Reserve Bands learned. Although members of these two organiza- tions dirl not perform at all of the con- certs and football games, they spent their time acquiring invaluable training in the- ory and technique . . . necessary abilities in a performing organization. While wait- ing their turn, members of the Concert Band performed at the Christmas Assem- bly, and members of both groups lent their much-needed assistance in the capac- ity of runners, watch-dogs, and all-around right-hand men for the Symphonic Band. Members of the Concert and Reserve Bands looked forward to using their newly-ac- quired training in the performing bands of future years. Mr. Buskirk conducts his motley crew of musicians fExtravaganza rehearsalb. and prepared for future All-State competition CONCERT BAND. First Row: Eric Raudenbush, Pat Bergen, Sheila Starr, Bonnie Baker, Dianne Merchant, Lee Graves, Martha Singleton, Melissa Burgett, Phyllis Cantrell, Jeanne Mason, Kathy Kraft, Julia Marrero, Carol Giller. Second Row: Bobbie Kerns, Bill Leftwich, Debby Drennan, Debbie Auerill, Doug Niemi, Coleen Hay, Linda Lee, Bill Richardson, Mark Leemon, Carthae Williams, Carlos Soto, Ed Harris, Ralph Warren, Doug Bittenbender, Barry May, Craig Benning- ton. Third Row: Linda Doneghy, ,lane Davidson, Connie Lann, Eddie Beck, Gary Roisum, Ray Hylton, Hal Jackson, Doug Parker, Gary Crider, Rocky Rochester, Peter Jensen, Dorian Fuller- ton, Philip Crow, Chris Murphy, Richard Rub- right, John Enos, Stephen Edelen, .lack Ely, Ken Sims, Gary Demas. Fourth Row: Bob Gillum, Ronnie Millner, Tracy Hill, Andy Shnayer, Tom Connell, Ronni Clark, Pat Little, Michael ,len- kins, Charlie Wood, .lay Powell, Robin Gohd, Ray Thweatt, Wally Scarburgh, .lohn Stanford, John Laird, Gene Denison, Edward Martenson, Don Wright. Organizations 235 PEP BAND. First Row: Ibrook Tower, Steve Ciotti, Richard Har- Ruhsam, Bob Thompson, .lim Parrish, Mickey LaGarde, Bob Satter man, Mark Zuk, Rick Thompson, Art Faircloth, Brian Cloyed, Joff ford, Assistant Director. Third Row: Jerry White, .lim Fine an Tower, Chris Worley. Second Row: Cliff Brown, Director, Harry Spirit at football games and pep rallies IHH'BAND Many a frosty Friday was opened with an outdoor pep rally, as the numb-fingered members of the Cavalier Pep Band played to spark ,enthusiasm for the football games. As the year progressed, the Pep Band played at home hockey games, for assemblies, and during half-time shows at some of the football games. Student directors Cliff Brown and Bob.Satterford headed the group throughout the year, giving necessary marching instructions and com- piling musical data. CAVALETTES The W. T. Woodson Cavalettes reached new heights of precision as they twirled their way to victory. With high steps and cheery smiles the girls accompanied the March- ing Band wherever it went, giving students eye as Well as ear appeal. Intensive practice and drill showed their great precision and originality at halftime performances. Whether gay, rain-soaked, or shivering cold, the girls could always be found boosting spirits at W.T.W. games. 236 Organizations The Pep band played at many school-wide pep rallies W.T.W. Cavalettes sought precision at every football game. The Pep Band and cheerleaders greeted weary students every Friday morning during football season. was spurred on by Cavalettes and the Pep Band CAVALETTES. First Row: Kathy Wates, Susan Ludtke, Pat Taylor, 'Ginger Freed, Joma Smith. Second Row: Dayna Reutiman, .lan Parrish, Joyce Goodnough, Penny Sagert, Betty Frazier. Organizations 237 SENIOR MIXED CHOIR. First Row: Phyllis Stull, Judy Malnassy, Pat Albright, Phyllis Dunn, Karen Newlon, Janice Costantino,'Judy Boice, Dorcas Sears, Sandra Keeth, Penny Wood. Second Row: Carolyn Golway, Dennis Hancock, Gordon Berg, Ronald Maley, Dan Mastic, Vince Evans, Jim Eagon, John Patterson, Margaret Buckley, Shelley Turpin. Third Row: Tritia Duncan, Scott Marston, Tom Light, Pete Vogel, Mark Clark, Roland Oliver, Mike Iwanik, Bruce Shakelton, Don Paule, Lynda Harris. Fourth Row: Beverly Gimhle, Kathy Sheehan, Ernie King, Bob Cave, Dennis Meredith, Roger Mosley, Douglas Sargent, Lynda Follin, Sue Peterson, Ruth Massey. Fifth Row: Roy Wilson, Halsey Green, Donald Marsh, Ron Funderburk,,Roby Bennett, Jonathan Smith, Kasha Godek, Gail Hanson, Lisa diGirolamo, Judi Entwisle. CHOIRS The halls near the ultra-modern Choral Department echoed with strains of sacred music, seasonal songs, folk music, and the best from Tin Pan Alley and Broad- way as members of Woodsonis six choirs worked to maintain the standard of excel- lence which has made them one of the top choral departments of the area. Under the demanding direction of Mrs. Jane Num- bers, the choirs learned and applied many musical techniques-tone quality, modu- lation, sight reading, correct breathing, and posture. The results of their labors took the form of performance in several concerts, g'Extravaganza '64,7' and partici- pation in the District IV Festival, as well as providing appropriate choral music for all activities at which they were asked to sing. The Symphonic Choir, Senior Mixed Choir, Treble Choir, Select Girls Choir, Freshman Girls Choir, and Freshman Mixed ' Choir all worked together to earn the top OFFICERS: First Row: Judi Booker, Bob Bell, Sue Moritz, Mary Margaret Marston. Second IIODOTS ill HIGH COIl'lpCtiIiOIl. Row: Mark Clark, Kasha Godek, Judy Malnassy, Dorcas Sears, Gail Hanson, Scott Marston. Phyllis Dunn. 238 Organizations SYMPHONIC CHOIR. First Row: Janet Bratter, Suzanne Lewis, Susan Moritz, Martha Barner, Barbara Phillips, Karen Kilgore, Elaine Becker. Second Row: Mary Margaret Marston, Nancy Wright, Paul Bittenbender, Kenneth Owens, ,lim Vogel, Sharon Dewey, Judi Booker, Third Row: Marti Sears, Jim Mann, Brian Schaible, Bob Bell, Bob Harman, Dona McLeod, Pam Buskirk. Fourth Row: Sheryl Smith, .loan Hitchcock, Judi Sanborn, Dave Barnett, Bruce Taylor, Bob Garner, Monique McMahon. Fifth Row: Mimi Sullivan, Belinha Rowley, Greg Sarley, Mike McBlair, Steve Thompson, Bill Criffis, Nanci Blasingame, Carolyn Schlipf. "Sing along with Symphonic" was the choral motto CHORAL DIRECTOR. Mrs. Numbers Symphonic Choir members rehearse for Extravaganza '64, Organizatrons 239 ZILO Organizations Sing along with Mrs. Numbers. Entertainment at assemblies was one of the TREBLE CHOIR. First Row: Dianne Ross, Sherrianne Shirey, Brooks Bowman, Kathy Bininger, Marlena Rio, Nancy Beaune, Vicki Durnford, Charlotte Harlan, Beckie Poff, Toni Walter, Lisa Skillern, Robin Hawkins, Donna Whitehead. Second Row: Kathy Cowell, Sue Sefre, Doris Walker, Pat Himmer, Mary Vaughn, Bar- bara Francis, Nancy Raine, Beth Astholz, Lara Moore, Anne Fitz- SELECT GIRLS CHOIR. First Row: Sheron Simmons, Nancy Lof- lin, Debbie Derr, Terri Hockersmith, Marilyn Hicks, Bev Yancey, .ludy Wampler, Andrea Nygren, Shirley Hildebrand, Connie Walter, Wendy Wright, Margie Emerson. Second Row: Pat Ross, Debbie Newman, Barbara Austin, Nancy Trease, Pat Reed, Linda Buzhardt, Ruth Lovett, Cathi Webb, MoDenna Ceconi, Jean Allred, Susie Lewis. Third Row: .ludy Newman, Ann Mallon, Lynda Mallon, Cin- ger Price, Lynn Benson, Ann Chandler, Francine Parker, Cheryl Vetter, Donna Lawton, Georgina Naler, Brenda Burleson. services provided by W. .W.'s choirs Patrick, Maile Miller, Pat Tosti, Myra Holt. Third Row: Donna Nuzzi, Pat McCullen, Ginny Brown, Nancy Fisher, Barb Timmons, Trish Kielsgard, Gail Krytusa, Emily Reed, Patti Lynch, Barbara Gustaferro, Kitty Hopkins, Alice Eggleston, Pat Coffey, Susan Carty. Fourth Row: Linda Winner, Carol Stirnson, Marcia Faircloth, Sandy Hocking, Bente Erickson, Wendy Andrus, Mary Parrish. Fifth Row: Mary Ann Kemble, Dorothy Anderson, Liz Monroe, Barbara Britt, Libby Cillions, Nancy Bininger, .lo Tegler,, Chris Marcroft, Mary Regan, Nancy Richter, Margo Moore, Sandy Krauser, Myra Yost, Patty Owens, Traleen Aquino. Organizations 241 w Mrs. Numbers Emptiness. The Freshman Choir led the school in sa e FRESHMAN MIXED CHOIR. First Row: Edna Munson, Marilyn Horn, Jane Houghte-n, Nancy Bilger, Donna Vernon, John Newly, Gordon Ruef, Bragg Stanby, Dorothy Hoffman, Kathy Dearwester, Phyllis Mims, Barbara Breedlove, Janis Root, Dee Emerson, Lynda Lynn. Second Row: Bette Martin, Francine Pezek, Leah Henry, Jean Wilkenson, Linda May, Wendy Bone, Jackie Gray, Larry Travers. Paige Camp, Susan Schaible, Diane Tobias, Ellie Kincade, Carolyn Hurtley, Jeanne Thompson, Darla Garber, Sandy Bohrer. Third Row: FRESHMAN GIRLS CHOIR. First Row: Chris Dickson, Joyce An- drade, Shari Starr, Ronnie Wilbur, Anne Merkel, Susan Rainey, Rosemarie Fisher, Nancy Haberstroh, Susie Ludtke, Sue Hutchins, Linda Hunsberger. Second Row: Dixie Rinch, Janet Thornton, Chris Cooledge, Margaret Hill, Sandy Anderson, Linda McGregor, Mary Davidson, Claudia Johnson, Pam Wirner, Joan Ansheles. Third Row: Cindy Decker, Marjie Smith, Carol Zorger, Raleigh Shreve, Rande Barker, Carol Fulford, Amalda Magner, Joyce Clark, Mary Daniels, Cindy Derr, Letitia Krieg. Fourth Row: Dodair Joseph, Judy Sigrist, Ellen Sharp, Connie Harper, Peggy Willison, Sandra Hickel, Stevi Glover, Janet 'Buckley, Judy Cloyed, Jane Harding, Maureen Regan. of subscriptions in the agazine Drive Sally Lloyd, Mary Weaver, Carolyn Herrington, Ray Redd, Gary Suzi Milton, Vito Gallegos, Kenny Coffman, Ronald Hart, Tim Tyler, Booker, Edward Lewis, Tim Webb, Donnie Gartnier, Donis Drye, Marlow Mays, David Thompson, Chuck Showalter, Glenn Shirley Cherinell Hood, Penny Viglione, Judy Chaisson, Jane Pascoe, Lauren Brenda Smarr, Janet Hermon, Paulette Bier, Polly Mott, Pam Riley, 'Pat Lundgren. Fourth Row: Mary Mastropaolo, Katie Eagon, Rittman, D.E. CL B C C Happiness is . . . ADVISOR. Mr. Chapman D. E. CLUB. First Row: Larry Cohle, President, Larry Coffman, Walter Keyton, Robert Mulholland, James Easter, Jessie Doyle, Laura Vice-President, Glenna Tilden, Secretary, Vicki Christensen, Treas- Dwyer, James Coakley, John Haven, Fred Lohman. Fourth Row: urer. Second Row: Darlene Deem, Joan Detwiler, Joan Payne, Elinda Ernest Caddy, Roy Privett, Bob Blevins, Dale McCann, James Keys, Reutiman, Beth Miller, Jinnifer Haines, Robert Kersey. Third Row: Glen Butcher, Art Singer, John Javage. 244 Organizations ADVISOR. Mr. VVilson earning while you are learning D.O. CLUB D. O. CLUB. First Row: Barbara Kozina, .lackie Rolston, Linda Second Row: Allen Poe, Kenny Whetzel, Rick Harris, Dick Berman, Little, Arlene Elmer, Susanne Janet, Pat Monahan, Mike Lambert. Stan Sparks, James FOICIHHI1. Organizations 245 BOOK STORE LAB DOLLAR DE R OFFICE BOOK STORE ASSISTANTS. Kathy Rood, Putnam Allard, Dennis Allen, Allison Hughes, Mary Ann Kemhle, Bill Criffis, .lane Fairies, Harriet Davis. Students assisted faculty and other students DOLLAR DEN ASSISTANTS. Pat Ross, Carol Stimson, Sandi Warren, Mr. Hegler. fCavalier investor John Hugginsj 246 Organizations LAB ASSISTANTS. First Row: Dick Healy, Mike Harris, Pat Second Row: ,lim Painter, Clay Gompf, Bruce Coggins, Randall Taylor, Mary Taylor, Maggi Adams, Beth Lundien, Cindy Mullen. Pope, Bill Smith, David Fullerton,.lonathan Smith. in offices, laboratories, and the bank l OFFICE ASSISTANTS. Beth Astholz, Sandy Sterr, Kathie Brown, Clum, Susan Stoops, Ernest Caddy, Sandy Warren, Carolyn Day. Joyce Coodnough, Linda Mullins, Phyllis See, Mrs. Hippler, Vickie Organizations 24-7 ATHLETIC LIBRARY CLI IC GUIDANCE ATHLETIC ASSISTANTS. Nancy Loflin, Lyndell Coolidge, Karen Warfield, Terri Reidel- bach. Assistants wrote passes, answered phones, LIBRARY ASSISTANTS. First Row: Mrs. Fyfe, Paulette Bier, Bonnie Fairhrother, Cheryl Miller, Linda Wilbury, Sherianne Sherey Second Row: Miss Sudduth, Mary Diehl, Ricky Lindner, Greg Giesel man, Roger Coffman, Nancy Campbell, Greg Gable, Kathy Eby 248 Organizations Third Row: Albert Bain, James Lawson, Sue Peterson, Ignacio Moreno, Peter Behl, Brad Iglohnson, Fred Biggs, Ken Werner, Dan Compton, Paul Zenger. CLINIC ASSISTANTS. Seated: Mrs. Dickerson, Sandi Hawthorne. Standing: Carol Golway, Betty Klotz, Robin Adams, Lynn Masterson, Carolyn Simms, Brenda Whittaker, Margie Emerson. carried coffee, and ran errands GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS. Lys Erskine, Karen Wester, Diana Mc- Nancy Cromwell, Eileen .I0r21Y, Anne ROIJCIKS, Gillgfif Freed, Pat Daniel, Marsha Wilson, Helen Bolt. Second Row: Sandy Hocking, Rarnpy, Louanne Lawson. Carolyn Latina, Marsha Blair, Susan Carty, ,lulie Owens, Ann Mallon, Organizations 249 25 III W? ,Ra Q-Sr A M 273 V V Q .9 if , Em as 12 fam ,G E 5 'ESHL , . ' '. T Qgiiiiii , A 'Qi ' ' N f ' 14 1 K MG ,GM 5 faQ11vf.frfw pf Q , . .. xg 5 D. 5 K 355 .ep ,, mill, fm A ,I f. if if p.::w'-'ff wav, Zz' ,, .. 2g,1gjp1feg,g:2gk. .z a. , 4. 2 4 'SW lla ggixiif -"Z: Le w,-,w:,fv' ., alla E 5 in ,Mm na. if "2 'Sie' -vm... 552i . fxwsw I :avg S ATHLETICS l t l Q Happiness is . . . , A Happiness is watching Gabe sink a basket . . . sneak- t ing out with a practice jersey . . . winning the Marshall game . . . a big crowd for the hockey game . . . a 75 yard touchdown . . . Happiness is metrecal before a wrestling match . . . being 'cniost outstanding playerv . . . lights in the stadium . . . a corsage at the last basketball game . . . a hole in one . . . Happiness is three winning sets in a row . . . a quick pin in the tournament . . . a grand slam in the last inning . . . an extra dessert .1 . . winning the varsity hockey County Championship . Happiness' is a lseven inning shut- out . . . a P.A.T .... no personal fouls . . . seeing the Danish Cymnasts . . the final HTWO Bitsw . . . 252 Athletics Selected early in the spring of 1963, the Varsity cheerleaders practiced piercing screams, new chants, and victory jumps throughout the summer. Prior to the open- ing of school in August, Miss Lichtefeld and her squad of eleven sponsored a pre- season meeting of Northern Virginia Var- sity Cheerleaders, which was attended by members from eighteen area schools. The program, emceed by Mr. Lehman, pro- vided a seminar for cheer exchanges and discussion of problems. Throughout the football season, to bol- ster the Cavalier spirit, Friday lunch period pep rallies were held in the auditorium, and, periodically, throughout the year school-Wide rallies were held in the gym and out on the athletic field. Personifying the Cavalier spirit, the cheerleaders were always present-escort ing the parents of the Varsity squad at Homecoming, serving at the Light Brigade press reception, and acting as Woodson's hostesses. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. First Row: Bar- bara Phillipsg Cathi Raebelg Connie Walter, Co- Captain. Second Row: Joan Hitchcock, Lisa Skillern, .loan Cushman. Third Row: Barbara Harrington, Gail Johnson, Mary Margaret Mars- ton. Fifth Row: Terri Hockersmithg .l0Anne Coakley, Captain. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Fred Livengoodg Carol Coakley, Mascotg JoAnne Coakley, Captain. CHEERLEADERS ALL FOR WOODSON-STAND UP AND HOLLER! Athletics 253 Miss Hoover checks the fundamentals of the twist. Keeping the morale of the Junior Varsity teams at its peak with cheers and unending enthusiasm, the Junior Varsity cheerleaders helped to unify underclass spirit. '4The main objective of our J.V. squad has been to promote pride in our schoolf, said Patti Lynch, captain of the cheerlead- ing brigade. Patti's wish came true. The atmosphere at every basketball and football game grew more tense as cheers rang out from the stands. With every setback en- countered by the Junior Varsity teams, there came a re- Cheerleaders promoted The Jayvees hopefully watch the Light Brigade thermometer rise. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. Westi DeHaveng Marlena Riog Linda Coney Taffy Neuburg, Co-Captaing Patti Lynch, Captaing Sheila McDonaldg Cheryl Friedmang Janet McClintockg Vicki Himelick. 254 Athletics Hooray for Hap. Hap, Hap, he's our man. sponse from the cheerleaders 4'We,re behind you, boys, we're backing you uplw When the chips were down, the girls fought doubly hard to keep the spirit at an ever-rising peak. Junior Varsity teams are thankful for the girls who prodded them on to a bigger and better season. It is little wonder that the Class of 767 entered the Mbig world" of Woodson in bewildermentg however, it did not take long for the freshman cheerleaders to instill a feeling We've got the "T," "E," HAI, MU . . . of pride in their school which ultimately led to class unity. With the football season upon them, the girls spent many an hour learning appropriate cheers which would give the team a boost. As the cheerleaders encouraged their teams onward with new cheers in the basketball season, the victories mounted. Finishing the year in high style the freshman teams, as well as the entire student body say, 'Thanks for a job well done, Freshman Cheerleadersli' enthusiasm and spirit among students FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS. Ronnie Wilbur, Cammie Hollowell, Lauren Riley, Judi Kessler, Penny Viglione, Leslie Dorka, Robbie Marshall, Cindy Tallia. Athletics 251 Cavaliers joined the ranks of District 1-A teams The 1963 season marked many firsts for the Woodson Cavaliers. It was the first season that the team played in District l-A Competition, that seniors represented us on the gridiron, and that the team achieved victory over their arch- rivals, the Marshall Statesmen. Student spirit faced an equally formidable challenge. For the first time, football fans were faced with having to sup- port the Cavaliers through both"victory and defeat. Yet, the spirit was always present! From the first shout at the open- ing pep rally until the final whistle at the McLean game, the fans were always in there-cheering, pleading, and rooting their team onward. Their cheers were not in vain, for the Cavaliers, trained by Head Coach Chuck Billak and Assistant Dan Lehman, main- tained a respectable 5-5 record, having played some of the toughest area teams. Though only breaking even, the Cavaliers received some consolation in that three of the seasonis five losses were dealt by the top three league contenders. Likewise, the team members themselves felt that two of their three best-played games were losses to McLean and to G.W., while the third was the victory over Marshall. At the end of the season, the coaches selected five boys whose achievements and efforts earned for them these awards, Outstanding Offensive Lineman, Rick Munnikhuy- seng Outstanding Offensive Back. Gary Maupin, Outstand- ing Defensive Lineman, Harold Smarrg Outstanding Defen- sive Back, Ken Pennington, and Sportsmanship, Wally Burke. FOOTB LL VARSITY FOOTBALL. First Row: John Chase, Dave Drinkard, Wayne Greenberg, Bob Harman, Bill Perry, Wally Burke, Harold Smarr, Bob Uhler, Ken Pennington, Steve Kaas, George Faircloth, John Hollowell, Steve Angelo. Second Row: Dave Coughlin, Don Celec, Alan Myers, Jim Hayes, Matthew Godek, Dave Strong, Mr. 206 Athletics W. T. Wo-0-dson, Bob Cass, Jaime Atherton, Greg Dellaven, Fred Taylor, Jim Murray, Rick Wall. Third Row: Tom White, John Nichol- son, Ronnie Walsh, Bob Prouty, Jerzy Darr, Gary Maupin, Steve Hudock, John Loving, Don Stout, John Santo, Bill Flynt. Fourth Row: W. T. Woodson Groveton W. T. Woodson Edison W. T. Woodson Wakefield W. T. Woodson Madison W. T. Woodson Fairfax W. T. Woodson Marshall W. T. Woodson Mt. Vernon- W. T. Woodson G. W. "W. T. Woodson Herndon W. T. Woodson McLean VARSITY FOOTBALL , .. yn ,gi 'T Non-District game Coach Dan Lehman, Dave Barnett, Greg Sarley, Bill Ross, Rick Munnikhuysen, Bob Frase, Bob Berezoski, Mike Patton, Harold Schaitberger, Charles Fagan, Coach Chuck Billak. Not pictured: John O'Neil and Chris Wahlherg. , ...Q .. . ,,.. 3 , ...qi a, The Cavaliers' first kick-off in District 1-A Competition. It came imme- diately after Greg Sarley's touchdown run on a fumble recovery in the Garry Maupin tries desperately to gain yardage around the left end, but a host of Fairfax Rebel tacklers are in hot pursuit. Other Cavaliers are A Madison tackler gets one hand around Dave Strong's a.nkle to bring him down. Harold Smarr C611 and Harold Schaitberger i225 look on. Athletics 257 Ken Pennington moves in to defend against a Groveton end as the in- tended receiver gropes wildly for the ball. A Wakefield back runs into a stone wall as four Woodson tacklers in- cluding Wally Burke f3lJ and Bob Uhler 1125 pull him to the ground. Other Cavaliers are Mike Patton Q74-J, Bob Berezoski f70J, Don Stout f66J, Greg DeHaven 1261, and Ronnie Walsh C63J. A touchdown run by Greg Sarley on a recovered fumble, a one yard plunge by Gary Maupin, and pass interceptions by Bob Uhler, Bill Perry, and Greg DeHaven sparked the Woodson Cavaliers to victory in their first District l-A game by a score of 12-0 over the Groveton Tigers. For the second game, the Cavalier defense squad was su- perior, intercepting two passes fone by Ken Pennington and one by Greg Dellavenj and holding Edison scoreless. ln offensive play Gary Maupin ran for two touchdowns and Bill Perry caught a touchdown pass in the defeat of Edison, 18-0. ln our 7-2 loss to Wakefield, we met an equally strong defense. Neither offensive squad scored all night. While the Cavaliers were put on the scoreboard by defensive back Ken Penningtonis tackle of a Wakefield quarterback in the end zone, the Warrior defense picked up Wakefieldis winning points in a second quarter punt return. Gary Maupin scored his fourth touchdown in as many games, Bob Gass recovered a Madison fumble, Wayne Greenberg intercepted a pass, and Greg Deliaven knocked down a fourth quarter punt, but this was not enough to stop the Madison drive. Woodson lost its second straight game. l2-6. The defense collapsed and the offense experienced a had case of butterfingers, as Woodson suffered its most humiliat- ing defeat all season, 32-13 to Fairfax. Wayne Greenberg passed to Harold Schaitberger for one touchdown, and ran one over himself to lead a futile, late game rally. At last! The Woodson Cavaliers soundly trounced their arch-rival, Marshall, 20-7. The defense was back on the beam, and for the first time, the offense was really clicking. Bill Perry ran for one touchdown, Harold Schaitberger for another, and Dave Strong passed as never before for the last. Marshall fell to 5 The Cavalier offense is set, and quarterback Dave Strong starts to call signals against Wakefield. 253 Athletics Greg DeHaven lifts a Herndon halfback completely off his feet with a powerful tackle, while Ronnie Walsh C633 comes running to assist. With help from an unidentified Cavalier on a beautiful block, Wally White 1315, Greg DCHHVCD f26J, R0I1IliC Walsh 6495, and Bob Bere- Burke heads hack up field after intercepting a Marshall pass. Tom Zoski i435 1Tl0VCiHt0 assist. Varsity displayed winnin drive and enthusiasm E 5 5 Dave Strong Stfemhes to get the P355 aWaY and OVCT the head? Of First Row: Dan Lehman, Ass't Var. Coachg Chuck Billak, Var. Coach. two Herndon pursuers who have chased him through the backfreld. Second Row: George Litman, J,V, Coach? Nei1fWitt, Freshman Cgachg Lee Knupp, .l.V. Coach. Athletics 259 Bill Perry looks at the ball as it falls into his arms in a long gaining, pass- run play against the Groveton Tigers. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL. First Row: John Kerr, Larry Eld- racher, Tom Kline, Chuck Corder, Bernd Rothenberg, Ronnie Rector, Lee Jarrell, Ronnie Maley. Second Row: Bruce Smoot, Kenny Coff- man, Chris Hill, Charles Read, Steve LaBell, Robert Whetzel, Rocky Oliver, John Heatwole, Stuart McAtee. The season closed with a tally of five-five Dave Strong reaches back and heaves a pass to . tackle Bob Frase NZD? Throwing a block is Bill Perry Q2-45, while Bob Cass f60l, Rick Munnik- huysen UD, and Harold Smarr 1613 look on. 260 Athletics The Mt. Vernon game, which we won, was nothing like the sweet victory of one week earlier. The defense again played a fine game, with Tom White picking up a Mt. Vernon fumble and carrying it sixty-three yards to set up a one yard plunge by Dave Strong for the lone score. Although losing, the Cavaliers showed their strength against the G.W. Generals fone of the top ranked team-sl, in a game much closer than the final score indicated. Wally Burke intercepted a pass in the third quarter and ran fifty yards to the four yard line. But, the offense couldn't score, and G.W. went on to score and win 13-0. Herndon, confident after having already won their district championship, came up against a superior defense, and let Gary Maupin through two times too many. Maupin broke through for a long gain, and shortly after, scored the touch- down, with Alan Myers kicking the winning extra point. McLean, favored by twenty-eight points, only won by twelve as the Cavaliers played their best game all year. This was the climax of the season, especially for the seniors who were playing their last high school football game, and they celebrated by holding the Highlanders for three quarters. Third Row: Bucky Paine, Duncan Adams, Bemie Bandish, Bruce Hearn, Dan Schultz Ha Hod es Vincent Evans Dave Mars Bob Worthington, , P E , v ' den, Fourth Row: Lee Knupp, Craig Muir, Mike H3111 Boone Bucher, Jmy Hummell, Leonard smear, Bill Amshay, Chris Murphy, George Lit man. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL W. T. Woodson 14 Edison 33 W. T. Woodson 6 Wakefield 21 W. T. Woodson 6 Madison 7 W. T. Woodson 6 Fairfax 6 W. T. Woodson 6 Marshall 25 W. T. Woodson 14 Mt. Vernon 13 W. T. Woodson 6 G. W. 25 W. T. Woodson 7 Herndon 0 The Woodson Junior Varsity football team-won only two games, but they learned to play as a team, and gained valu- able experience that will help them in the years to come, in this way, they had a successful season. The beginning of the season was a big disappointment, but the team bounced back, tying Fairfax and beating Mt. Vernon and Herndon in their last five games. This late surge can be credited to a great rise in spirit- and attitude, and to a big help from an alert defensive team, especially in the Fairfax and Herndon games. Leading the team all season were co-captains Chuck Gor- der and Bernd Rothenberg, end Dave Marsden with twelve points, most valuable player Dan Schultz, fullback and high scorer Vincent Evans with twenty-three points, and tackle Bernie Bandish. Quarterback Bucky Paine and halfback Hap Hodges each had twelve points, while halfback Lee ,larrell had six. Special credit should also be given to the defensive and offensive lines for their performance through- out the entire season. The J. V. trained next year's Varsity squad Hap Hodges suddenly comes face to face with a Marshall tackler as Dan Ronnie Maley is pulled down by his foot, as Chuck Gorder C445 Schultz 1405, Stuart McAtee C34D, and Bernd Rothenberg i915 co-me 100ks on amongahorde of oncoming Fairfax Rebels. in to help. Athletlcs 261 Vincent Evans gets past one opponent, only to find himself looking at another. Ronnie Maley fl2J, Chris Hill 0133, Bill Amshay, and Dan Schultz 1405 are also in the picture. Vincent Evans runs through two Fairfax defenders and into open field, as Chuck Gorder C441 watches. Spirit and sportsmanship prevailed to the end Bucky Paine and Vincent Evans ran for one touchdown apiece, but it just wasn't enough as an erratic Woodson de- fense gave up much more in a 33-lil loss to Edison. The team looked better, however, than they did one week later against Wakefield. Vincent Evans ran for Woodson's lone touchdown, but the Cavaliers were swamped in the second half and lost 21-6. A touchdown by Bucky Paine proved insufficient when the extra point was missed, thus, the fighting Cavaliers lost a heartbreaker to Madison by a point. Again a missed extra point proved costly, Lee ,larrell scored ,a touchdown and the defense looked great while settling for a tie with Fairfax, 6-6. Although routed 25-6 by the herculean State-smen, the disappointed Cavaliers had one moment of hope when Hap Hodges caught a touchdown pass. At last the Cavaliers were the victors! The vanquished Majors fell when a touchdown and two points were scored by Vincent Evans and then another by Hap Hodges. One week later the Cavaliers were pounded by the Gen- erals. Dave Marsden caught a pass for Woodsonis score, but the out-sized Cavaliers lost 25-6. The team was up for the final game, as the score: board showed. The combined efforts of Dave lVlarsden's touchdown an-d Vincent Evans' PAT shut Herndon out completely. 262 Athletics Vincent Evans starts to run around left end, while Ronnie Maley f12J, and Duncan Adams start to block. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL W. T. Woodson 6 Marshall 0 W. T. Woodson 0 Madison 0 W. T. Woodson 0 Stuart 7 W. T. Woodson 6 Annandale 13 W. T. Woodson 27 McLean 13 W. T. Woodson 14 Falls Church 6 Emphasis was on learning this year, and the Freshman team accomplished their purpose. The offense averaged nine points a game, picking up in the latter part of the season, while the defense kept up a steady pace all season, giving up no more than an average of six points per game. Dave Morrow ran for eight yards and a touchdown giving Woodson a six-point victory over the Staftesmeng though they came within five yards of a tie. In a game dominated by Woodson, the Cavaliers had two touchdowns called back for unnecessary roughness, and settled for a 0-0 tie with Madison. A penalty also cost them the game with Stuart, who won 7-0. This time it was delay of game at the goal line, and after the penalty they couldn,t seem to push across. Jim Metz ran fifty yards off tackle for Woodson's lone score, as Annandale topped the Cavaliers 13-6. The Cavaliers tore McLean apart in a 27-13 stomp. Touch- down runs by Dorian Fullerton and Don Stoops, a fifty yard p-ass play to Metz, and a thirty yard pass interception by Mike Foley were the most significant plays. Most Out- standing Freshman Player Richard Corey, solid defensive play, and a touchdown run by John Reidelbach gave the Cavaliers a 14-6 victory over the Jaguars. of the season During the second half the team awaits the whistle for the kick-off to McLean. The Cavaliers put up an able defense to receive a punt. 1 f-M ,1 ,V 'LTfiL,,,Qg---N '? 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Woodson 1 Herndon HOCKEY . ya V. .seizz:g.12fE,.Ni.z--23:5 , .. , H ,1-W.-.Q-w,...s-kg , Us ., .neil V use 1ifg1.:Qso3t-fe . .. . ., N.. , ifzzH,-:saw-.iisgfswvr:L Q , 'e..', 1 , 1.-,1g.:11,f -, .,,.s's bg- .-,,-e fifftfil .,.- '-i'. 1 .." E ' l Wi z- 1- ysl. ' .i.e yyii' f MM- am: r-M ' . I W elf y...:w .L.. t V. A . if . . , ' T " " Q' ,, .2 5 1 ' .,-" Q' " " kkrrk - .. ,. . ilii T ffJi,iM"m-fw wr.-www' Www .Sai The squad warms up for another victory during halftime. 264 Athletics VARSITY HOCKEY. First How: Phyllis Dunn, Cindy King. Second Row: Charlotte Harlan, Nola Masterson, Susan Giller, Janet Bratter, Susan Russell. Third Row: Colleen Hay, Gail Livingston, Stephanie Issitt. Fourth Row: Miss Harrelson, Linda Boisseau, Cheryl Vetter, Janet Town, Sharon McCudden. ' b coming out undefeated for the season Victory and teamwork were the prime achievements of the Varsity and Junior Varsity hockey teams. Each completed the season with an undefeated record in Fairfax County. Led by co-captains Cindy King and Phyllis Dunn, the Varsity team started off by defeating Edison, 4-3. As the season progressed, so did the unity and talent of the team. Miss Betty Harrelson, the varsity coach, stated that it was the powerful forward line and variety of scoring patterns that led for the te'am's winning season. Seldom were the varsity Cavaliers scored against, al- though their game against Madison proved to be a real test. The game ended with Woodson winning by the narrow mar- gin of 1-O. Cindy King led the Cavaliers in total scoring, with seven points. Second to her came Stephanie lssitt, Susan Giller, and Susan Russell, contributing five goals apiece. This Win gave the girls just enough of that precious asset, self-confidence, to wind up their season with a 6-0 victory over Mt. Vernon. At the close of the season, the varsity squad elected the girl they felt most deserving of the sportsmanship award. This resulted in Cindy Kingls being the Most Outstanding Player and Gail Livington's receiving the Sportsmanship Award. Following suit, the junio-r Varsity elected the one individual whom they felt most worthy of the sportsman- ship award. Dianne Waters was presented with this award. The majority of the varsity players were seniors, whose outstanding season will certainly leave them with some vivid memories. They need not be fearful about the future, for the junior varsity team proved themselves equally talented for their class. During their season they had only one point scored against them, but their misfortune lay in two score- less games, one against Lee and the other against Fairfax. This didn't seem to discourage our ,l.V. Cavaliers, for they completed their season with the outstanding record of four wins, two ties. As one can see, the varsity hockey team of next year certainly has the qualifications for another Winning season. Not only did they complete the season with a fine rec- ord of wins, but they created a picture of truly laudable play and sportsmanship. Our heartiest congratulations go to each member of both the varsity and junior varsity teams. JUNIOR VARSITY HOCKEY. First Row: Debbie Harlan, Sherri Sharon Hughes, Dorcas Sears, Debbie Petrovic, Marcia King, Connie Heselton, Cindy Corso, Carol Giller, Ellen Clays, Karen Rheinhart, Harper, Darcy Shipman, Nancy Bilger, .lane Stull, Dianne Waters, Ellie Kincade, Nancy Satterford, Mary Mastropaolo. Second Row: Kathy Laird, Lefaye Moore. Alhl6t1CS 265 VARSITY BASKETBALL. First Row fkneelinglz .Bill Over, Gabe Mastic, Denny Carr, Randy Galbraith. Third Row: Clint Hubbard, 0liV6riO. S6COIl0f Row fStHHdiI1glI J0hI1 Cflbfii, B111 PCIYY, DBIIHY Don Celec, Greg Del-Iaven, ,lohn Martin, Dave Strong, Jeff Willison. Gabe put oodson "on the map" of irginia, with Gabe Oliverio C335 waits tenseily to see if John Cabot gets set to receive a pass in Jeff Willison f50J and John Martin his shot falls in, during the game with W-L. the Marshall game, as Gabe Oliverio i225 M43 fight for a rebound against Wake- watches. field. ' 266 Athletics BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL TW. T. Woodson 61 Fairfax TW. T. Woodson 59 Edison W. T. Woodson 65 Lee W. T. Woodson 79 Annandale W. T. Woodson 65 McLean W. T. Woodson 55 Fairfax WW. T. Woodson 63 Yorktown W. T. Woodson 49 W. T. Woodson 69 Geo. Wash. Mt. Vernon W. T. Woodson 69 Edison W. T. Woodson 61 Stuart W. T. Woodson 55 Groveton W. T. Woodson 51 W-L W. T. Woodson 50 Falls Church W. T. Woodson 68 Madison W. T. Woodson 59 Wakefield W. T. Woodson 52 Hammond W. T. Woodson 59 Marshall 60 ii Non-District Game outstanding seo Q 1 Bob Fagan stretches after shooting a foul shot, as John Martin C443 gets set to grab the rebound. Gabe Oliverio 1333 shows perfect lay-up form, as he jumps high in the air against W-L. Athletics 267 John Martin 0141 shoots a foul shot, as John Cabot i205 looks o 268 Athletics Il. Randy Galbraith C101 stops driving with two Lee Lancers in front and in back of him, while Bob Fagan i345 moves in. The Varsity Cavaliers The Woodson Varsity Basketball team had a frustrating year. They ended the season with an overall 7-ll record and a league record of 6-9. However, many of the games were much closer than the final record indicates: the Edi- son game went two overtimes before the Eagles could finally score enough to register a victory, the Annandale game was a tie until the last five seconds, the Marshall game was still up for grabs with one second to go, and the Cavaliers lost another game to Edison and one to W-L by five points or less. ln the end, it was quite an exciting year with many victories by close scores. One very good note was a transfer from Morgantown, West Virginia, by the name of Gabe Oliverio..At one point of the season flanuary, 265 he led the State Group 1-A Dave Strong M25 out-jumps an opponent Co-Captain Bill Over 1543 grabs a rebound after Bill Perry's puzzlement shows the as Jeff Willison C505 waits for a possible a fight with two Marshall Statesmen. feelings of the players and fans tip-off. during the Marshall game. finished the season with a 7-11 record scholastic basketball scoring race with a 24-.3 scoring average per game, and he finished with a 23.9 average. The loss of Bob Fagan around the middle of the season brought disappointment. With the loss of Fagan, the team lost ten points and fifteen rebounds per game. Another loss resulted from the injury of Greg DeHaven at the end of football seasong with this injury, the basketball team lost his services for the first of the season. Emphasis was on giving the Juniors experience for next year, in the Groveton game alone, there were no Seniors placed in the game until midway through the second quar- ter. And this is the way it was throughout the year, a prep- aration for next year: Oliverio, Dave Strong, John Martin, Don Celec, Dan Mastic, Denny Carr, Clint Hubbard, and Jeff Willison were the underclassmen on the team compared to Seniors Bill Over, John Cabot, Randy Galbraith, Bob Fagan, and Greg DeHaven. The team started off by winning four of their first six games, losing only in double overtime to Edison, and by the exasperating two points to Annandale when Andy Maru- sak ended a scoring duel with Gabe Oliverio by sinking an outside shot with only five seconds left in the game. Then came the eight game streak when the only victory was a ten point margin over Mt. Vernon on the superiority of the Gavalierslfoul shots. However, in this streak, many of the games were close. Athletlcs 269 Don Celec f30J and Gabe Oliverio 1221 get ready to jump after a rebound late in the third quarter of the Marshall game. T A 10-6 record was pulled Gabe Oliverio f22J tries to block a Wakefield pass and John Martin and Bill Perry i243 come on to assist. The final four games were an even draw with the Cava- liers winning two and losing two. The first victory fover Madisonj was a thrilling seesaw battle that was won in the final minute of play. The other win was by seven points over Hammond in a game in which the lead was gained in the fourth quarter. The two losses in these last four games were two exactly opposite games: the first was an overwhelming, seventeen point loss to Wakefield, while the other fto Marshalll was a last-minute thriller. Dave Strong C4-23 starts to shoot a foul shot, while Gabe Oliverio f22J and Bob Fagan f34J wait for the rebound. 270 Athletrcs through by the Junior Varsity Basketball squad Bob Lueke Q44-J starts to drive well ahead of two pursuing Dave Olivewrio C203 makes a bid for two points with a defender jumping Yorktown Patriots and teammate Dave Oliverio. high and straining to block the attempted layup. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL W. T. Woodson 33 Lee W. T. Woodson 44 Stuart 34- W. T. Woodson 34 Annandale W. T. Woodson 28 Groveton 30 W. T. Woodson 55 McLean W. T. Woodson 34 W-L 23 W. T. Woodson 39 Fairfax W. T. Woodson 35 Falls Church 26 VV. T. Woodson 42 Yorktown W. T. Woodson 51 Madison 37 W. T. Woodson 38 Geo. Wash. W. T. Woodson 33 Wakefield 36 W. T. Woodson 43 Mt. Vernon W. T. Woodson 52 Hammond 58 YV- T- Woodson 37 Edison W. T. Woodson 49 Marshall 34 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL. First Row: Bob Lueke, Vincent Tom Miller. Fourth Row: Bob Coonan, Bill Amshay, Dave Marsden, Evans. Second Row: Alan Cook, Rick Raibourn, Ronnie Rector, Ron- Stan Owens, Steve Martin. nie Maley. Third Row: Jim Andrews, Dave Oliverio, Bob Montondo, Athletics 271 Dave Oliverio 1205 strains for two points with one hand and fends off a would-be-defender with the other, as Jim Andrews 1145 moves down court. Dave Oliverio 1205 sinks a layup with a defender hot on his heels, as Stan Owens 1425, Bob Lueke 14-45, and Jim Andrews 1145 look on. 272 Athletics In a freshman game, Hap Hodges 1325 pulls down a rebound after a battle with teammate Steve Rust 1205 and a player from G.W. The Cava yearlings The Junior Varsity Basketball team, led by high rebound- er Bob Lueke, and most valulable player, high scorer and the leader in assists, Dave Oliverio, achieved a highly suc- cessful season with ten wins and six losses. Four of these losses were by a total of only eleven points and could have been won with a few breaks. The success of the team is attributed to the hollering, hustle, and spirit of both the starting team and the bench. This attitude led Coach Bob Smith to say that this team had the "best winning spirit of any group of boys l've worked withf' Coach Smith also pointed out' that throughout the season all accomplishments were achieved through a team effort. The squad began the year by winning four of the first five games, with the lone loss going to Fairfax by a mere three points. Three-point losses to Edison, and Wakefield, and a two-point loss to Groveton, were the only scores chalked up in the loss column during one eight-game streak in the middle of the season. Team spirit reached a peak and was, perhaps, the deciding factor in the team's victories over Stuart and W-L. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. First Row fkneelinglz Mike Morton, Ronnie Hopkins, Lany Newton. Second Row fstandingl: Jim Hagan, Terry Corcoran, Mike Hayden, Don Stoops, .lerry Moore, Dave Laws, Bob Allen, Chris Zier, Karl Olson, Hap Hodges, Tom Brownfield, Steve Rust, Butch Fagot, Gordon Ruef, Mr. Volrath. concluded the season with a strong Winning streak FRESHMAN BASKETBALL W. T. Woodson Annandale W. T. Woodson Hammond W. T. Woodson Groveton W. T. Woodson G. W. W. T. Woodson Ft. Hunt W. T. Woodson Falls Church W. T. Woodson Fairfax W. T. Woodson Edison W. T. Woodson Herndon W. T. Woodson Marshall The Freshman Basketball team, starting out almost en- tirely inexperienced, improved as the season progressed, and finally Won five out of their last six games. Their successful 6-4 season was the result of desire and hustle, the fact that everyone wanted to contribute in the team effort and, therefore, gave his Nallv in every minute of every game turned out to be the deciding factor in more than one game. Terry Corcoran, the floor leader for the team, provided able leadership throughout the year. Hap Hodges was the leading scorer with a 9.9 point average per game, Corcoran was second and Jerry Moore Was third in this important facet of the season. Hodges, Moore, and Steve Rust were the team leaders in rebounds. As can be seen by these figures, the fine record was not achieved by any individual efforts, but by a definite team coordination. The team opened the season with a 45-30 victory over the Annandale Atoms, in a game which proved to be the only win for almost the first half of the season. This shows the great improvement made as the season progressed. After the victory over Annandale, a long, dry spell en- sued. Losses to Hammond, Croveton, and George Wash- ington came in quick succession, but valuable experience was gained in these games. A final streak of victories over Ft. Hunt, Falls Church, Edison, Herndon, and Marshall was interrupted by a long loss to the Fairfax Rebels. This last victory skein came as a result of the vast improvement. Athletics 273 V GIRLS7 VARSITY BASKETBALL W Woodson 37 McLean W . Woodson 40 Falls Church W Woodson 27 Stuart W Woodson 47 Groveton W Woodson 46 Edison W . Woodson 49 Ft. Hunt W .Woodson 35 Lee W Woodson 50 Fairfax W. Woodson 35 Annandale W. Woodson I9 Madison W. Woodson 23 Marshall W. Woodson 42 Herndon .IUNIOR VARSITY W. Woodson 26 McLean W. Woodson ll Falls Church W. T. Woodson 29 Stuart W. T. Woodson 25 Croveton W. T. Woodson I3 Edison W. T. Woodson I0 Ft. Hunt W. T. Woodson 24 Lee W. T. Woodson 30 Fairfax W. T. Woodson 30 Annandale W. T. Woodson 41 Madison W. T. Woodson I6 Marshall W. T. Woodson 3l Herndon VARSITY BASKETBALL. First Row: Alice Chalfant, Susan Ciller, Cheryl Vetter. Second Row: Connie Gossage, .Ioan Cushman, Connie Walter. Third Row: Stephanie Issitt, Cindy Fourth Row: Susan Collier, Phyllis Dunn, Sidra Singer. Fifth Row: Linda Howell, Gall Gabriel, Sandy Sudlar, Sue Moritz. JV and varsity basketball teams shot and The girls of Woodson High School continued to excel in interscholastic athletics during basketball season. The var- sity Cavalettes posted a sixgand six season while the Junior Varsity contributed an outstanding nine and three record. Added to the championships on the hockey field, these marks gave the Cavalettes a highly successful fall and winter in their second year of existence. The Junior Varsity team was led offensively by high scorers Nancy Boice and Cindy Corso. Mary Mastropaolo and Carol Ciller led a defensive team that held their op- ponents to an average of twelve points per game and, in one particular three game stretch, the team gave up only Cheryl Vetter shoots a jump shot Cindy King t22J crosses her fingers for good CIICIQYI Vetter and Gail Gabriel stand in while Stephanie Issitt and Sue Gil- luck, as teammates m the baekgrelmd Sta-rt to go readmess while teammate 'Phyllis Dunn ler KID wait for the rebound. after a rebound on eppenenye attempted foul Shot, Jumps for the ball against Annandale. 274 Athletics JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL. First Row: Pam Becker, Penny Waters, Kathy Hilgert, Connie Harper, Mary Mastropaolo, Nancy Rood, Dorcas S-ears, Eileen Steinberg, Cindy Corso, Carol Giller, Judy Boice, Karen Rhinehart, Diane Lassell. Joray. Second Row: Lefaye Moore, Anita Guerin, Kathy Kimball, Diane rebounded their wa through a successful season led by Stephanie lssitt, outscored all opponents with field twenty-one points. As the season progressed, notable ini- goals, but in the important art of foul shooting, which was provement, came in the areas of passing and rebounding. After a dismal first year, the Varsity bounced back to a the deciding factor in many games, the team lagged until a highly successful season this year. Heads-up play proved little too late in the season, though marked improvement to be the difference between the two years. The offense. did come. Diane Waters jumps in the air to receive a Dorcas Sears can't quite jump high enough to Diane Waters, Dorcas Sears, and pass from Nancy Boice fllj as four Annan- reach the ball as Diane Waters 1213, Cinda Cor- Cindy Corso fight for a loose ball dale Atoms move in to knock it down. so, and Nancy Boice wait in vain to grab it. with three Annandale Atoms. Athletics 275 The '64 Wrestlers gained recognition in . Va. Coach Dennis Houlihan, starting with eight returning lettermen, molded a highly successful Vaursity Wrestling team. A combination of past experience and tremendous drive enabled this squad to achieve an 8-3 record. One disappointment during the year was the number of injuries that plagued three of the starting wrestlers. .lim Hayes at the 165 pound class was out the first part of the season, while Kerry Pope at 120 and John Loving at 180 were both injured at one time or another. The beginning of the season provided a deceptive start, as the Cavaliers lost to Wakefield and W-L in the first three matches of an otherwise successful campaign. The squad then gained the necessary winning spirit and reeled off six straight victories before losing a squeeker to Stuart. They ended the season with a respectable seven-point win over Edison. The squad began the season with a 39-6 lopsided victory over Lee before going into the swoon of two straight losses already mentioned. Then a close two-point victory over Falls Church started their six match winning streak that included one-sided wins over Marshall, O,Connell, Madison, and Osbourn, also included in the streak was a narrow victory over Fairfax. lntramural wrestling from the beginning of October until November served as training for the veterans as well as for new prospects. At the beginning of November, train- ing, learning, and re-learning started in earnest. From that time until the end of February, fundamentals, exer- cises, and the principles of weight control were drilled into the heads of every wrestler until the basic as well as fancy moves became reflex action. Cenard Girard and Lou Henderson won berths in the Northern Virginia Tournaments held here at Woodson. Girard at the 145 pound class placed second in the tourna- ments after a close match for first in which he almost escaped a number of times. Girard then went on to tie for fourth in the State Tournaments. Lou Henderson at 103 placed fourth here at Woodson and also went on to tie for fourth in the State tournament. ln addition to the terrific 9-1 record of Girard, and the highly successful season of Henderson, many of the other varsity wrestlers had very successful seasons and improved a great deal with the added experience. --,- ,fs-emu mm -H-----r . M- ... ., M.. .. , VARSITY WRESTLING. Mike Young, Lou Henderson, Dennis Booker, Kerry Pope, Billy Selecman, Elston Perry, Wally Burke, Cenafd Girard- 276 Athletics W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. W. T. WRESTLING Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson Woodson VARSITY 39 Lee 6 Wakefield I6 W-L 24 Falls Church 32 Marshall 39 O,Connell 22 Fairfax 37 Madison 36 Osbourn 21 Stuart 24 Edison JUNIOR VARSITY I2 Wakefield 42 Falls Church 44 Lee 22 Fairfax 37 Madison 24 O'Connell 24 Episcopal 44 Osbourn Cenard Girard has his man tied up just before trying to turn him over in a match held at Woodson during the Northern Virginia Tournament. Mike Young makes a vain attempt to pull his opponent back on to the ff'-:f.f.:-"..,,, hr - Wicky Grunwell, Mat Godek, Bob Berezoski, Ronnie Walsh. Ronnie Walsh grabs the far leg and near arm of his opponent in an Athletics 277 1 J.V.' Coach Bernie Thompson, Varsity Coach Dennis Houlihan, and Manager Pet Gallagher, look over some Wally Burke moves in toward his opponent at the heginning of a match at Wood- statistics just before the start of a big match. son. Cenard and Lou led Woodson in area gzigf? ggwmw 4 YV ,,,.. A W VM V gpg:-...p-,,..L, Nz Mm Mike Young, Bill Selecman, Wally Burke, Elston Perry, Cenard Girard, and Wicky Grunwell talk about a coming match. 278 Athletics The J.V. wrestling team ended its very successful 6-2 season with a 44-4 victory over Edison. This one-sided victory exemplified the jayveeis strength, which was evi- dent throughout the campaign. The hard work and time of both the wrestlers and Coach Thompson were rewarded by many pleasant surprises and hard-fought victories. The J.V. team worked out with the Varsity during the season, thus, many of the moves and countermoves em- ployed by the varsity were also used by the J.V. The most outstanding wrestler on the squad, Pete Hasel- ton f138J, won every county match by a pin. Tom Smith and Randy Johnson, both of whom will be leaving for Jefferson High next year, represented the 95 weight class. At 103 pounds, Jeff Young is described as the most "up and comingu wrestler at Wo-odson. Steve Rhoades wrestled at 112 and is one of the strongest matmen at We-odson. At 120, Paul Smutko was called Mthe foot mann by virtue of a move he invented and used with great success, Scott Knopke shared the 120 spot although he broke his nose early in the year. Bill Elliot, Chris Murphy, and Dave Tuttle shared the 127 category, maintaining a respectable record, while Bernd Rothenberg at 133 was second only to Haselton as the best wrestler on the squad. Pete Mc- Donald f145J was one of the better wrestlers on the squad and Pat Julian C1541 overcame torn ligaments to have a good season. Co-captain Dana Shreve at 165 provided leadership as well as fine wrestling. Duncan Adams, al- though weighing only 165, wrestled in the 180 weight class and in the last five seconds of the Fairfax match scored the winning points on a pin. John Haynie and Bill Flynt both wrestled in the unlimited weight class at various times in the year. and state competition l .Y l w Pat Julian tries a far-arm, tight waist breakdown mid-way through his match with Episcopal, as his opponent digs into the mat. JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING. First Row tbottomlz Don Paule, Randy Johnson, Steve Rhoades, Tom Smith. Second Row: Scott Knopke, Robby Eaves, Jeff Young, Paul Smutko. Third Row: Bill Elliot, Pete Jensen, Henry Haselton, Pat Julian. Fourth Row: Bernd Rothenberg, Chris Murphy, Dave Tuttle, Gerald Saari. Fifth Row ftopl: Duncan Adams, John Haynie, Pete McDonald, Dana Shreve. Athletics 279 Co-Captain Elmer Maley, Coach Dan Lehman, Co-Captain Wally Burke. E s K In an intra-squad game at Woodson. Ricky Starr makes a catch on a force play at second. 280 Athletics I Gabe Oliverio takes the throw from the third baseman on a putout at first base. Grand slams and The varsity baseball team, coached by Dan Lehman, began the season with the benefit of eight returning lettermen and seven members of last yearls junior var- sityusquad. This experience, added to the hard Work put out during try-outs and practices, assured a team that worked Well together throughout the season. Although there was already quite a bit of experience present on the team, stress seemed to be put on developing even more for future years. On the squad of eighteen players, there was a total of twelve.juniors and one sophomore, the experience gained by the thirteen this year will be put. to good use next year when they return to the diamond with one more year of actual participation on the field. ln the beginning, since the members of the team were presumed to know the basic fundamentals of the game, more stress was put on the perfection of basic skills than on the learning of them. Much time was spent on the regular old hitting, pitching, and fielding practice, in time, such team drills as double plays and pick-offs were worked, on. ls Tom Tucker grimacing in pain or yelling in sur- Elmer Maley gets set to take his cuts while Greg DeHaven catches during Npractice. prise as he makes a catch of a long fly ball? strike outs were both present at Varsity games VARSITY BASEBALL, First Row: Jim Franca, Jeff Harper, Jim Coach Dan Lehman, Alan Myers, Bob Clark, Frank John, Tim Moore, Andrews, Jeff Willison, Elmer Maley, Wally Burke, Danny Mastic, Greg DeHaven, Mike Flood, Doug Rowell, Gabe Olliverio, Bob Sutphin, Tom Tucker, Rick Starr, Earl Myers, Mike Weidner. Second Row: DGHIHS Chafill- Athletics 281 Dan Mastic, Cavalier infielder, picks up a ground ball and gets set to Earl Myers kicks off the mound in the middle of his wind-up. throw to second on the front end of a double play. The Cavalier nine, Varsity and J. ., hit the top JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL. First Row: Boone Bucher, Rod Thompson, Don Stoops, Jerry Moore, Dennis Hunsherger, Alan Cook, Windley, Bruce Smoiot, Vince Evans, Ronnie Maley, Butch Blevins, Dave Oliverio, Tom Brownfield, Don Ruch, Tom Miller, Stan Owens, Ronnie Millner, Jeff Williams, Larry Eldracher. Second Raw: Terry Bill Stuart, Coach Knupp. 282 Athletics Bruce Smoot and Boone Bucher were the leading hitters on the .l.V. team. in league competition Stan Owens, southpaw pitcher for the .l.V., lets a pitch fly. - ., , '---- - t,,i. eeees- 'te, . ' ' - ffl 11-my.-:fgs+. ' ' 'S Q L , is it ,J .. .,,. H.. , ., . N ,LW 1 I V- ---' - . ,, U .. . , . , t.. ugamwggiv ygm . X R mag? K K if J wiv Qi 7 N xr: 'W M K A-ff its 'K ,K t Q s on tttt,.t ., , ., M . .,.. . . , ' .. . , . ' ' " " . rag His '. , 'i s ,.fgQse Htffiw tits 7 sem: --"s Q at . A-Mztsresf. is . 2-.we-riff.f"fsLs,wf-12..vi:,s ., ' I W ' 2 f is gan. if if it-whiff ss'-Z1.Qiti:fft:ff . 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The junior varsity baseball team, led by Coach Knupp, was composed of sophomores and freshmen. Many of the sophomores were also on the junior varsity team last year and provided a core of veterans for this year's team. ln their first year, they had to roam all over Northern Virginia looking for a field, but this year, this time could be better spent in practice now that they had access to the Woodson athletic fields. Athletics 283 Two Varsity outfielders, Gail Camp and ,loan Cushman, practice catching fly balls in the Warm-up before the Marshall game. p SOFTBALL i 1 Triple-C fcatcher Cindy Corso? pulls a wild pitch out of the air 284 Athletics A JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL. First Row: Dehbie Harlan, Linda Hammer, Eileen Steinberg, Martha Coleman, Cindy Corso, JoAnne Grefenstette. Second Row: Colleen Hay, Lynda Miles, Pelham Hancock, Kathy Kimball, Cindy The girls proved to the Demonstrating her utechniqueu southpaw Patti Ross pitches 'a curve. Todd, Susan Schaible, Paige Camp, Ruth Ryan. Third Row: W .lill Meyer, .lean Meyer, Mary Rivers, Connie Harper NHUCY BUICC, KHthY Currie- Ruth Ryan, a junior varsity infielder, moves in to field a ground ball. school that softball is not necessaril "soft" VARSITY SOFTBALL. First Row: ,loan Cushman, Sue Giller, Ricki Hughes, Kathy Rood, Janet Bratter, Cheryl Vetter, .ludy Pulley, Terri Costello, Pat Ross, Suzi Sears, Lana Neale. Second Row: Nancy Hockersmith, Gail Camp, Judy Kurfehs. Not Shown: Sandy Reynolds. Athletics 285 VARSITY TRACK, First Row: ,lim Sallee, Mike Marek, Paul Hollar, Lee Jarrell, Don Danbu Rock ' Hoo er Dave Marsden B ry, 5 p , , ob Harman, Jerry Darr, Mr. Spangler. Second Row: Eric Assur Steve Kaas Ken Veneziano, Bill Allen, Bob Lueke, Dave Strong,,Bob Uhler,, Pete Gossens, Jim Hagan, Bernie Bandish, Chris Murphy. Third Row: Bob Thompson, Mike Hart, Elston Perry, H. A. Thompson, John Thompson, Tim Veneziano, Gary Woodruff, Tom White, Scott Durum, Dick Cage, Lennie Burke. Fourth Row: Greg Gable, Steve Christensen, Craig English, George Herrington, Steve Wilson, .lohn Milks Mike Behl, George Faircloth, Hap Hodges, Duncan Adams, Bob Befezoiski, Mr. Volrath. Runners demonstrated the principles of starting, Steve Christensen rounds the last curve and SCOtt Durum practices the shot put. Dick Cage is Sh0WU here while throwing heads into the stretch ' th 4-40 d ' ' ' 1n e yar run. 286 Athletics the discus during one of the early practices. TRACK Coaches Volrath and Spangler molded a very respectable track team during the end of Winter and beginning of spring. The track team consisted of the usual track and field events: sprints, distance running, high jumping, broad jumping, pole vault- ing, various and sundry relay teams, high and low hurdles, shot put, and discus. As in all of the sports at Woodson this year, there Were many veterans from the year before. There were also many juniors and sophomores on the squad promising an even brighter future. The Junior Varsity team was a group of boys who also ran in meets but gave the varsity quite a bit of competition. They had the right to dislodge any varsity mem- ber any time they could beat themg this challenge kept both the Varsity and J.V. on their toes. Bob Uhler drops back in exhaustion after handing the baton off to Mike Behl in the mile relay. baton passing, pole vaulting, and sprinting Bob Berezoski strains while putting the shot. Mike Hart hangs suspended in mid-air just before clearing the bar. Athletics 287 Dick Cage and Bob Berezoski start walking back to the locker room with some of the equipment after practice. Steve Kaas practices running the low hurdles. Mr. Volrath watches Duncan Adams start off the 4-40 relay. Cavalier trackmen ran . Va. Group 1- meets JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK. First Row: Bob Hamre, Chris Morrow, Dan Moorefield, .Iohn Loving, Harv Decker, Bob Mead, Mike Hill, Andy Scott, .lim Musinski. Second Row: Bill Elliott, Steve Cappelucci, Ignacio Moreno, Ronnie Johnson, Terry Hamilton, Harvey Herrick 233 Athletics Mike Sullivan, Don Wright, Bill Schreiber, Joe Crawford, Bob Grady. Third Row: U. R. Ajerck, Ken Werner, Bob Veneziano, Phil Moritz, Bill Srnutko, Robert McCarthy, Bruce Russell, John Heatwole, Chris Hill, Robby Eaves, John Daniels. Mike Marek and Mike Behl hand off the baton in the mile relay. Pete Gossens and Tim Veneziano show perfect form in the low on the new Grasstex track for the first time Craig English, George Herrington, and John Milks trot to the practice field. l Athletics 289 RIFLE TEAM. First Row: Mark Slichter, John Locke, Steve Hudock. Second Row: Mr. Irwin, Mr. Humphrey, Blair Powell, Karl Hess, Don Matthews, Colin Corcoran. 4 TENNIS TEAM. First Row: Roger Duncan, Steve Vore, Jaime Atherton, Mike Renaud, Rick Evert, Scott Marston, Don Stout, John Lowrey. Second Row: Kurt Jacobsen, Tom Dixon, Bob Bulls-Eye! MUSKET TEAM. First Row: Steve Hudock, Colin Corcoran, Mark Slichter. Second Row: Don Stout hits one backhand in his elimination Mr. Humphrey, John Locke, Karl Hess, Mr. Irwin. match. 290 Athletics Kidd, Charles Dawson, Lawrence Young, Ed GOLF TEAM: First Row: Richard Cantwell, Clint Hubbard, Wes Jeffries, Ken Pennington. Gallup, Steve Chernock, Brian Schaible, Arch Second Row: Rick Lehman, Jeff Young, Buz Howell, Bill Spell, Don Sheads, Not Shown: Scurlock, Coach Jenkins. Steve Fox, .lohn Lowery, Scott Knopke, B111 Perry, B111 White. Ace, Eagle, Birdie, Par, Bogie! 40 Love! Jaim Atherton ractices his backhand Scott Marston rifles a serve across court. Steve Chernock returns a serve. 6 p against an unknown opponent. Athletics 291 A Abernathy, Robbi 168 Adams, Duncan 168, 260, 262, 278, 286 Adams, Margaret 116, 184, 231, 247 Adams, Marguerite 184 Adams, Mr. Othel 82 Adams, Robin 94, 209 Administration 42-43 Adrian, Howard 168 Agresta, Steven 168, 219 Ahlfield, Bill 116, 144, 202 Ahlfield, Richard 182, 184, 206 Ainsley, Diane 94 Akers, Mary 168 Akin, Terry 116, 144, 227 Albrecht, Lee 168 Albright, Pat 168 Alden, John 148, 184 Alexander, Linda 116 Allard, Putnam 225, 246 Allen Barbara 94, 201, 204 Allen, Bill 168, 273, 286 Allen, Dennis 116, 144, 246 Allen Mrs. Mary 64 Allen Robert 148, 184 Allen, Sally 168 Allen, Sylvia 116, 144 Allen, Tom 116, 144, 232 Allred, Jean 62, 168, 210, 216, 241 Alspaugh, Mike 168 Alves, Judy 116, 144 Amshey, William 168, 208, 262, 271 Amundson, Dennis 116, 143, 144- Anderson, Dottie 166, 144, 240 Anderson, Linda 116, 144, 232 Anderson, Mark 144, 161, 232 Anderson, Paul 184 Anderson, Ronald 184 Bohan, Anderson, Sandria 184, 243 Andrade, Joyce 184, 243 Andrews, Jim 168, 232 Andricos, Valerie 116, 144 Andrus, Wendy 168, 240 Angel, Chris 116, 14-4, 232 Angel, Linda 116, 143, 144, 256 Angelo, Steven 116, 143, 144 Anrathy, Pat 184 Ansheles, Joan 184, 243 Antley, Tracy 184, 243 Apperson, Lynda 116, 144 Aquino, Traleen 168 Armentrout, John 168 Arnholdt, Daele 168 Arnold, Lynda 168 Arnold, Sarah 184 Art Department 76-77 Art Guild 221 Ashley, Kathy 168, 231 Ashman, Ray 116, 14-4 Assad, Casey, 168 Assur, Eric 116, 144, 228, 286 Atherton, Jaime 94, 201, 202, 214, 256 Atkins, Clarol 184, 216, 240, 247 Atwell, Pete 184 Astholz, Elizabeth 94 Austin, Barbara 227, 241 Austin, Cathy 95 Auth, Joseph 95 Averill, Debbie 84, 235 Ayers, Linda 116 B Baber, Elizabeth 168 Bacon, Francis 168 Baeshore, Elizabeth 184 Baeshore, Karin 168 Bailey, Gary 116, 144 Bailey, Linda 168 Bain, Albert 95, 248 Baker, Randy 184, 243 Baldauf, Nancy 144 Baldwin, Gilman 184 Balem, Sue 173, 184 Ballenger, David 116, 144 Ballenger, Dianna 116, 144, 232 Ballew, Ronald 117, 145 Balzer, Barbara 95 Bandish, Bernie 168, 260, 286 Bands, 2324237 Banks, Mrs. Louise 60 Barber, Mrs. Mavis 74 Barbour, Joe 168, 224 Barlow, Lisa 94 Barnes, Jeanne 169 Barnes, Mark 184 Barnes, Martha 117, 145, 239 Barnett, Dave 36, 43, 93, 94, 200, 239, 256 Barnett, Steve 166, 168 Barnette, Kenneth 168 Barrett, Granger 168, 219 Barrows, Jeff 169 Bartlett, Marilyn 145, 218 Baseball 280-283 Basketball 266-275 Barlow, Lisa 94 Bates, Sandy 94, 216 Batson, Barbara 184, 283 Baughan, Mr. Oscar 82 Bauldauf, Nancy 116 Bayrer, Robert 184 Bayshore, Karen 56 Beadle, Pat 231 Beall, Chris 169 Beall, Mike 184, 231 Bear, Lorena 48, 117, 145, 217 Bearlman, Barbara 169 Beasley, Diana 117, 145, 184 Beaune, Nancy 169, 240 Belcher, Alice 140 Bechtel, Gretchen 145 Beck, Bob 180, 235 Beck, William 94 Becker, Elaine 239 Becker, Pam 169, 218, 275 Beekler, Paul 169 Beckler, Stephan 94 Beebe, Karen 169 Beebe, Steve 117, 145 Beeler, Chuck 169 Behl, Mike 145 Bebl, Pete 169, 248 Belford, Kathy 169 Bell, Robert 117, 145, 228, 234, 239 Bell, Sandy 166 Benkert, Allen 184, 243 Benkert, Elaine 117, 145 Bennett, Gary 117, 145 Bennett, Miss Janet 48 Bennett, Robert 166, 169 Bennington, Craig 169, 235 Benson, Lyne 169, 241 Benton, Mrs. Anna Ruth 64 Berard, Michelle 184 Berezoski, Bob 95, 111, 256, 258, 259, 276, 286 Bergen, Patrick 235 Berle, Maggie 169 Berman, Richard. 95, 245 Bernard, Reenee 184 Bernetson, Cindy 184 Bernetson, Vickie 169 Bernhard, Patricia 185 Bernhard, Thomas 169 Berry, Michael 169, 205 Berry, Geral 169 Berzak, Susan 117, 145, 225 Bessor, Bruce 169 Bettwy, Caroline 145 Beury, Howard 169 Bibby, Barbara 145, 216, 225 Bibby, William 185 Bickers, Ernie 145 Bier, Paulette 185, 242, 248 Biggers, James 145, 216 Biggs, Fred 145, 248 Bilger, Nancy 185 Billak, Mr. Charles 60, 83 Billings, Miss Dorothy 74 Bininger, Nancy 145, 208, 240 Binns, Bonnie 185 Birnbaum, Ashley, 145, 185 Bisel, Linda 145 Bisel, Robert 185 Bishop, Barbara 169 Bishop, Linda 145 Bittenbender, Doug 185, 235 Bittenbender, Paul 91, 93, 95, 96, 214, 239 Black, David 200, 204 Bladen, Andy 184 Blair, Marsha 95, 210, 221, 227, 249 Blair, Merle 94 Blake, Pat 185 Blanton, Mr. Charles 52, 54 Blasingame, Nance 94, 239 Bledsoe, Claire 50, 145, 216 Boroughs, Robert 96 Boteler, Barbara 169 Botler, Bowell Richard 169 , Katherine 96, 221 Bowers, Robert 38, 169, 242, 256 Bowler, Peggy 145 Bowman, Brooks 169, 240 Bowman, Donna 185 Bowman, Doug 202 Bowman, Mr. James 46 Boyle, Bradfo Kevin 96 rd, Mrs. Ruth 52 Bradshaw, Mary 169 Brady, Brake, Chris 185 Marion 97 Brandes, Connie 185 Brango, Nicholas 169 Brann, Sandy 66, 145 Brannan, Terry 169 Brannock, Nancy 169, 221, 2 Brant, Beverly 169 Brasse, Linda 145 Blevins, Arthur 169 Blevins, Barbara 145 Blevins, Butch 285, 283 Blevins, Carolyn 169 Blevins, Charles 145 Blevins, Dan 169 Blevins, Ralph 169 Blevins, Robert 244 Blevins, Samuel 185 Blocker, Constance 143, 145 Bloxton, Paula 169 Boggs, Loretta 94 Boggs, Stella 185 Barbara 185 Bratter, Janet 97, 225, 239, 264, 285 Brault, Mary 145 Breeden, Dorothy 97, 218 Breeden, Patricia 197 Breedlove, Barbara 185, 226, Brennan, Mike 185 Brewington, Linda 145 Brewington, Sharon 185 Brice, Linda 169 Brill, Richard 169, 226, 229, 232 Brinkley, Linda 97 Britt, Barbara 96, 218, 240 Britt, Connie 185 Britton, Bruce 185, 234 Broaddus, Mr. John 42 Broadwell, Susan 285 Broehm, Don 96 Broehm, Peggy 169 Bronson, Wayne 202, 145 Brookins, Leslie 38, 96, 210 Brossy, Virginia 169, 232 Broadrick, Nancy 145 Brown, Beverly 185 Brown, Carol 185 Brown, Clarinda 169 Brown, Clifford 97, 232 Brown, David 97 Brown, Virginia 169, 240 Brown, Jerry 169, 208 Brown, Kathie 97, 427 Brown, Lillie 145 Brown, Linda 145 Bohan, David 96, 204 Bohan, Michael 169 Bohrer, Sandi 185, 242 Boice, Judy 169 Boice, Nancy 185, 275, 284 Boisseau, Linda 96, 204, 207, 212, 214, 264 Bolt, Mr. Alfred 64, 65 Bolt, Donald 185 Bolt, Helen 96, 249 Bolt, Linda 169 Bond, Thomas 169 Bone, Wendy 185, 242 Booker, Dennis 97, 276 Booker, Gary 185, 242 Booker, Judi 92, 97, 141, 214, 239 Boone, Sharon 73, 97 Boone, Vicky 185 Border, Gary 206 Brown, Marsha 185, 221 Brown, Mr. Marvin 79 Brown, Mrs. Priscilla 53 Brown, Robert 145 Brown, Rosen 169 Brown, Susan 169 Brown, Terry 169 Brown, Wendy 169, 145 Brownell, Joan 63 Brownell, Mary 145, 225 Brown field, Thomas 273, 282 Browning, Monty 169 Bruce, Judy 176 Bruen ing, Paul 145 Bruton, Pete 146 Bryan, James 97, 145 Bryant, Ernest 145 Brynes, Cathy 162 Bryson, Mrs. Nina 72 Bucoo, Bob 99 25 242 Bucher, Boone 169, 282, 260, 283 Buckley, Janet 243 Buckley, Margaret 99 Bugg, Barbara 145 Bullard, Nancy 169 Bulson, Ronniejean 92, 99, 206 Burbach, Sandee 169 Burbach, Sharon 99 Burbridge, Bill 99 Burgett, Melissa 235 Burke, Arleen 99, 114, 204, 207 Burke, James 145 Burke, Lennie 169, 220, 286 Burke, Susan 169 Burke, Walter 99, 214, 259, 276, 278, 280, 282, 258, 256 Burleson, Brenda 169, 241 Burnett, Al 146 Burns, John 99 Burr, Martha 169 Burton, Billie 169 Burton, Pete 85 Business Dept. 72, 73 Buskirk, Mr. Everette 27, 57, 232,235 Buskirk, Pamela 146 Butcher, Glenn 146, 244 Butcher, Mike 263 Case, Sylvia 185 Castle, Brenda 99 Caton, Elsie 99 Caton, Wes 146 Caudle, Marjorie Cavalier Corps, 213 Cave, Robert 170 Ceconi, MoDenna 143, 146, 202, 214, 216, 241 Celec, Donald 143, 142, 146, 200, 204, 214, 256, 266, 270 Chaconas, Diane 99 Chafin, Denny 60, 99, 281 Chaires, Doug 146 Chaisson, Judy 185, 242 Chalfant, Alice 146, 274 Chandler, Ann 170 Chandler, Mr. Rolf 60, 61, 229 Chapman, Mr. John 86, 244 Chase, John 146 Chaves, Lorena 146 Cheek, Manson 99 Cheerleaders 252-255 Chemistry Club Chernock, Steven 100, 228 Chesley, Mr. Emory 42, 43 Chisholm, William 146 Christensen, Steven 100, 204, 286 Daniel, J afnes 103 Ronald 170, 235 Butcher, Preston 164 Butcher, Richard 169 Buzhardt, Linda 146, 241 Byram, Mari 146 C Cabot, David 169 Cabot, John 90, 99, 200, 204, 213, 241, 266, 268 Calcamp, Virginia 99 Caldwell, Cynthia 146 Callahan, Mrs. Kathryn 82 Camp, Gail 143, 146, 284, 285 Camp, Paige 185,-242, 284 Campbell, Dennis 99 Campbell, Mary Campbell, Nancy 169, 248 Campbell, Roberta 99 Canard, Shirley 169, 218 Cantrall, James 185, 200, 214 Cantrall, Phyllis 185, 235 Cantrall, Timothy 169 Cantwell, Richard 98 Cappellucci, Steve 169 Carlisle, Craig 170 Carlson, Walter 170 Carlyle, Denny 185 Christensen, Susan 219 Christensen, Vicki 146, 244 Christiansen, Sharon 100, 170 Christie, Ronnalee 146, 202 Choirs 238, 237 Chunn, Cheryl 100 Cico, Gary 170 Ciotti, Steve 100, 288 Cissel, Alvin Claeys, Ellen 170, 265 Clapp, Doug 185 Clark, Donald 100 Clark, Mr. James 52, 55 Clark, John 185 Clark, Joyce 185 Clark, Mark 146, 200 Clark, Randy 146, Clark, Robert 170, 278, 281 Clark, Carmichael, Mrs. Rebecca 48 Carpenter, Mr. Herbert 46 Carr, Cynthia 93, 98, 204, 208, 2 12, 214 Carr, Dennis 38, 143, 146, 266 Carraro, Beth 146 Carrico, Carrico, Tim 170 William Cartzendafner, Ralph 170 Carscadden, Jimmy 146 Carscadden, Tracey 185' Carson, Wayne 98 C a-ther, Cathy 185 Carter, Fred Carter, Ruth 146 Carty, S usan 92, 98, 204, 214, 240, 249 Carver, Joyce 146 Cary, Cindy 185 Cary, Jackie 98 Clarke, Charlotte 146 Clayton, Sharon 170 Clefton, Gordon 101 Clefton, Karen 185, 218, 232 Clem, Carole 146 Clemmer, Lee Ann Cleveland, Mrs. Barbara 50 Clifford, Rebecca 170 Cline, James 185 Cline, Rick 101 Cline, Thomas 1-70 Cloney, Kathleen 22, 93, 101, 216 Close, Martha 101 Clough, Barbara 146, 232 Cloyed, Brian 170, 220, 232 Cloyed, Judy 143, 185 Cloyed, Sally 106, 225 Clum, Victoria 146 Coakley, James 100, 94, 244 Coakley, JoAnne 22, 23, 92, 92, 100, 108, 200, 252, 253 Coble, Larry 100, 244 Cochrane, Brad 146 Cochrane, Dennis 170 Cock, Charles 285 Cocklin, Deon Cockrill, Robert 100 Coffey, Carolyn 185 Coffey, Cynthia 170 Coffey, Patricia 170, 240 Coffman, James 100, 232, 229 Coffman, Ken 242, 260 Coffman, Larry 100, 200, 244 Coffman, Roger 170, 185, 232, 248 Coggins, Bruce 100, 247, 232, 263 Coggins, Karen 100 Cogwell, Charles 185 Colby, Mrs. Ruth 50 Coldwell, Gail 147 Coleman, Hope 170 Colley, Glenda 147, 143 Collier, Bruce 185 Collier, Susan 170 Colman, Martha 170, 205, 284 Comer, Roy 147, 82 Compton, Barbara 170 Compton, Dan 170, 46, 229, 248 Cone, Linda 170, 114, 254 Conely, Sylvia 170 Conn, Melinda 147 Conn, Ruth 185 Connally, Richard 147 Connell, Ray 209 Connell, Royal 170 Connell, Tom 170, 235 Connolly, Barbara 185 Conrad, Joan 100 Cook, Alan 271, 282 Coolidge, Chris 185, 243 Coolidge, Lyndell 102, 231, 248 Coombs, Dianne 147 Coonan, Robert 271 Cooper, Lou 147. 218 Cooper, Nancy 170 Coppock, Jo 185 Corcoran, Colin 147 Corcoran, Terry 273, 185 Corey, Richard 263, 185 Corey, Ronald 78, 185 Cornett, Charles 263, 185 Corrie, Russ 102 Corso, Cindy 170, 265, 275, 285,225 Costantino, Carol 186 Costantino, Janet 147. 200, 231 Costello, Mrs. Barbara 50 Costello, Rita 102, 285 Coughlin, Dave 93, 102, 256 Coulter, Linda 76, 147, 231 Coulter, Robert 186 Cowan, Steve 286, 186 Cowart, Gregory 186 Cox,Donahl103,216,217 Cox, Glory-Jo 120 Crabtree, Herbert 186 Crabtree, Lois 170 Cradlin, Craig 103, 121, 216, 217 Cradlin, James 186 Craft, Charles 58, 186, 263 Craig, Kay 170 Cramer, Beryl 170 Craver, Cherie 147 Crawford, Butch 102 Crawford, Hilda 186 Crawford, Joe 147 Crider, Anne 102 Criser, Gary 263, 186, 235 Crise, Dawn 186 Crist, Sandra 102 Crockett, Corky 147 Crockett, Linda 186 Croft, Mrs. Margaret 56 Cromwell, James '170 Cromwell, Nancy 102, 93, 249,214 Cromwell, Mrs. Virginia 50 Cross, Kay 232 Cross, Rick 219, 102 Crow, Philip 120 Crowley, Nancy 147 Crozier, Helen 103 Cruise, Cruise, Bert 170, 216 William 147 Culver, Rex 170 Cunningham, Laura 103 Cunningham, Mr. Patrick 42, 70, 68 Curless, Jane 170, 208, 227 Curless, Judy 147, 216, 227 Currle, Kathleen 170, 284 Curtin, Carolyn 170 Curtis, Charles 103 Curtis, Vicki 186 Cushman, Joan 102, 93, 238, 285,284 Cuskelly, Gregory 170 Czarny, Michael 186 D Dallow, Pete 147 Dalton , Nancy 66, 147 Dalton, Tom 102 Dalzell, Douglas 186 Dalzell, Hollace 147 Dalzell, Robert 102, 219 Danberry, Don 93, 102, 133, 214, 282, 286 Daniels, Charles 83, 186 Daniels, Janet 147 Daniels ,John 170 Daniels, Mildred 103 Darr, Darleen 103 Darr, Jerry 147, 202, 256, 286 Davenport, Benny 148 Davids Davids Davis, on, Jane 186, 235 on, Mary 186, 243 Calvin 186 ' Davis, Gayle 186 Davis, Harriot, 104, 246 Davis, Janet 148 Davis, Lon 170, 216, 218, 229 Davis, Patrick 148 Davis, Robyn 148, 165, 202 Davis, Rosa Lee 104 Davis, Shiry 148 Davis, Tuck 148 Davis, Vernon 170 Davison, Bob 171 Dawson, Ann 171 Dawson, Don 104 Day, Carolyn 104, 231, 247 Day, Robin 197 Dean, Jerry 186 Dearwester, Kathleen 142, 186 Deaton, James 186 DeBell, John 104 DeBoskey, Robert 171 DeButts, James 171 Deckard, Linda 104, 148, 227 Decker, Buzz 206 Decker, Cindy 53, 186, 216, 243 Decker, Harvey 171 Debate Team 219 D. E. Club 244- Deem, Darlene 244 Deem, Dorothy 104, 244 l Faulk, Gretchen 187, 228 Deem, J ack 148 DeGrave, Dale 186 DeHaven, Greg 104, 213, 256, 258, 259, 266, 281 DeHaven, Westi 171, 254 Deihr, Charles 186 Deihr, Tracy 263 Demas, Gary 186, 235 Denison, Gene 171, 235 Denison, Rae 104 Denny, Carol 148 Deprime, Linda 148 Derr, Cindy 148, 186, 243 Derr, Deborah 77, 104, 216, 221, 241 Desantolo, Stephen 171 Detwiler, Gordon 186 Detwiler, Joan 148, 244 Dewald, Mike 84, 148 Dewey, Sharon 104, 239 Dewey, Susan 148 Dexter, Carol 148 Dexter, Dennis 171 Dickson, Christina 186, 243 Diehl, Mary 148, 231, 248 DiGir'o-lamo, Lisa 104, 216 Dillard, Stanley 186 Dillon, Jim 148, 186 Dinwiddie, Michael 148 Disehaus, Helen 171, 214, 219 Dishner, Patrick 148 Disney, Peggy 186, 216 Dixon, Thomas 148 Dlugos, Mary 171 D. O. Club 245 Dodd, Miss Nancy 76 Dolinger, Nancy 148 Dolly, Elizabeth 186, 187 Donald, Peter 171 Donaldson, Mara 186 Doneghy, Linda 186 Donham, Barbara 171 Donlem, Debbie 186 Donlon, Leslie 148 Donnalley, Shirley 186 Donnelly, Mike 171 Donovan, Daniel 186 Dorka, Leslie 186, 255 Douglas, Mr. James 43, 79 Dowling, Mr. Walter 79 Downes, Brian 104 Downey, Elizabeth 186 Downey, Richard 171 Downs, Evlyn 186 Doyle, Jessie 87, 104, 244 Drama Club 216, 217 Draves, Christine 186 Draves, Doug 148 Drennan, Deberah 186, 235 Drinkard, Dave 256 Drum, Lynn 186 Drye, Bob 186, 263 Drye, Dorris 186, 242 Drye, Steven 104 Duffy, Rick 186 Duncan, Roger 186 Duncan, Tritia 171 Dunkley, Dianne 186 Dunn, Dan 202 Dunn, Phyllis 104, 204, 274 Durham, John 171 Durham, Scott 143, 148, 232, 286 Durnford, Kathi 171, 200, 216 Durnford, Vicki 28, 36, 91, 93, 104, 200, 204, 214, 216, 217, 240 Durum, Scott 148 Durrer, Dayle 171 Dutten, Alison 171 Dwyer, Laura 104, 244 Dwyre, John 105 Dwyre, Paula 171 E Eagon, Anne 186 Eagon, James 166, 171 Eagon, Kathy 186 Earley, Steve 171, 242 Easter, James 244 Eastman, Kathryn 186, 218 Eaves, Robby 186, 263, 279 Ebeling, John 187, 228 Eblen, Carol 187, 231 Eby, Kathy 248 Echwald, Valerie 148 Edelon, Steve 187, 235 Farfan, Armando 64, 73, 225 Faries, Jaine 148 Farinho lt, Linda 106 Farmer, Pamela 106, 133, 216 Farmer, Rudolph 187 Farmer, Steve 171 Farmer, Wanda 148 Farnwo F arnwo rth, Jenny 172 rth, Linda 187 Farnworth, Pamela 148 Farrar, Farrell, Miss Roberta 73 Jeanne 74, 106, 210 Faulk, Meg 149, 216, 231 Faulk, Sandra 187 Feeney, Felt, M Laurie 187 ark 148 Fenerty, Donna 187 Edenton, Ronnie 105 Edwards Allen 218 Edwards, Carol 171 Edwards, Corwin 45, 105, 218 Edwards, Donald 148 Edwards, Michael 148 Eggleston, Alice 148, 240 Eldracher, Larry 171, 260, 282 Electronics Club 229 Ferguson, Greene 79, 187, 263 Fern, Robert 187 Fields, Bill 187 Fields, William 187 Filipczyk, Benjamin 172 Fine, Deborah 187 Finegan, James 106, 232 Finegan, Larry 149, 232 Finegan, Mary 187 Fishburne, Frank 93, 107 Franz, Williani 28, 48, 108, 210, 216 Frase, Robert 109, 202, 213 F rarzier, Betty 109, 200 Frazier, Joyce 188 Freed, Ginger 237, 249 Freed, Toni 188 Freeman, Allen 149 French Club 222 French, Marjorie 49, 50, 203 Frennette, Richard 172 Freudiger, Lanny 188 Friedman, Cheryl 172, 220, 254 Friedman, Ronald 90, 109, 200, 204, 220 Frix, Andy 172 Fugate, D'arcy 172 Fugate, Sally 108 Fulford, Carol 188, 243 Fuller, Patricia 149 Fullerton, David 108, 247 Fullerton, Dorian 235, 263 Fullerton, Russel 37, 188 Fulton, Jim 149 F underburk, Ronnie 149 Funkhouser, Mrs. Harriett 53 Funston, Mike 188 Elkins, Frank 171 Elkins, Judith 148, 206, 216 Elliott, Beverly 171 Elliott, Bill 148, 279 Elliott, Bud 162, 165 Elliott, James 106 Elliott, Judy 187 Eniott, Lucille 148 Elmer, Arlene 245 Elstad, Victor 148 Ely, Jack 171, 235 Emerson, Dee 187, 242 Emerson, Margaret 106, 241, 249 Emerson, Mike 148 English, Craig 148, 202 English Department-48-51 Ennis, Linda 171 Enos, John 235 Entwisle, Judi 106, 210, 221 Fisher, Carol 149 Fisher, Gary 172 Fisher, Fisher, Nancy 149, 240 Ronnie 172 Fisher, Rosemarie 187, 243 Fitchett, Pat 107 Fitzpatrick, Ann 172, 240 Fitzpatrick, Patricia 93, 107, 210 Fleming, Jim 187 Fletcher, Georganne 187 Flenniken, Miss LouAnn 73 Flinchum, Mrs. Vivian 7 Flint, Joseph 107 Flipse, Jane 187 Flood, John 107, 281 Flowers, Linda 107 Floyd, Linda 187, 234 F luckiger, Irene 187 Ensminger, Gunilda 171 Eppard, Brenda 148 Erickson, Bente 171, 240 Erickson, William 171 Erskine, Mary 106 Estep, Paul 107 Estes, William 187 Evans, Patricia 187 Evans, Vincent 167, 171, 205, 260, 262, 271, 282 Evans, William 44 Eve, Frank 82, 148 Everson, Bill 187 Everson, Pamela 107, 200, 210 Evert, Charles 187, 234 Evert, Richard 92, 107, 214 Ewing, Gerald 107 F Fagan, Charles 107, 1'87, 213, 234, 256 Fagan, Robert 267, 268, 270 Fagan, Ronald 187, 234 Fagot, John 187, 263 Fairbrother, Bonnie 148, 231 Fairbrother, Nancy 171, 225, 248 Faircloth, Art 148, 232 Faircloth, George 256, 286 Faircloth, Leroy 148 Faircloth, Marcia 148, 240 Fairfax, Earl 187 Flynt, Bill 143, 149, 256, 263 Flynt, Boyd 187 Foley, Kevin 210 Foley, Mike 187, 263 Foley, William 187 Foltz, G arolyn 187 Football 256-263 Furbish, Bruce 108, 214 Furbish, Glenn 150, 214, 216 F urr, Audrey 188 Fuss, Gary 188 Future Homemakers 230, 231 Future Teachers 231 Fyfe, Mrs. Gladys 44, 248 G Gable, Greg 150, 225, 248, 286 Gabriel, Gail 150, 214 Gaddy, Ernest 87, 109, 244, 247 Gage, Dick 109, 286, 288 Galbraith, Randy 91, 93, 109, 266, 268 Gallagher, Pete 150, 225, 278 Gallegos, Vito 242, 263 Gallup, Edward 172 Gandy, Russell 188 Garber, Darla 188, 231, 242 Garber, Phillip 188, 263 Gardell, Lynn 172 Gardner, Frances 172 Gardner, Norma 109 Garner, Bob 29, 75, 108, 200, 217, 232, 233, 239 Forbes, Sharyn 107, 201, 214 Fo-rd, Mrs. Margaret 56 Ford, Patricia 172 Foreaux, Gary 188 Foreman, Bill 172 Foreman, Bob 108 Forman, James 86, 149, 245 Forrester, Sandra 188 Forward, Michael 172, 232 Fossum, Robert 108, 204 Fossum, Susan 149 Foster, Linda 172 Foster, Richard 149 Fowler, Bill 149 Fowler, Roy 149 Fowler, Wayne 172 Fox, Stephen 149 Franca, James 38, 142, 143, 149, 281 Francis, Barbara 172, 240 Frank, Janice 188 Frank, Robert 149 Frantz, Bonnie 188 Frantz, Ronnie 188 Franz, Dave 172 Garrison, C. J. 150 Gartner, Donald 188, 242 Gartley, Robert 150 Gary, Mr. Vaughan 51, 217 Garver, Mrs. Julianna 61 Gasparides, Charles 150, 232 Gass, Bob 45, 143, 150, 213, 214, 256, 257, 260 Gay, Doris 108 Gearhart, Pat 108, 216, 217 Gentry, Patrick 150 George, John 172 George, Keith 188, 263 George, Pauline 143, 150 George, Roger 188 German Club 223 Gertwagen, John 172 Getz, Elma 188 Ghourdjian, Zara 172 Ghourdjian, ZoeAnn 188 Gibbons, Mrs. Mary 56 Giberson, Anne 109, 200, 231 Gibson, Gale 150, 165, 202, 218 Gibson, Leonard 172 Gieselnman, Greg 172, 205, 229, 232, 248 Gilber, Jerry 188 Giles. Paul 172 Giller, Carol 34, 188, 235, 265, 275 Giller, Susan 93, 109, 264, 274, 285 Gilliam, Barbara 109 Gilliam, Nancy 188 Gillions, Elizabeth 172, 240 Gillis, James 188 Gillum, Robert 172, 235 Gilmin, Dorothy 109 Gimble, Barbara 188 Gimble, Beverly 52, 110, 226, 231 Girard, Cenard 34, 110, 276, 277, 278 Gisriel, Linda 150 Glenn, Cynthia 172 Glover, Nancy 150, 208 Glover, Stephanie 188, 216, 243 Gluch, Pamela 150 Godek, Kasha 47, 143, 150, 206, 225 Robin 172, 240 Godek, Mary 150 Godek, Matthew 110, 256, 276 Godwin, Janice 188 Goforth, Jan 188, 228 Gohd, Robin 188, 235 Gold, Ronald 85, 150 Goldberg, Roberta 110, 232 Golf Team 291 Golway, Carolyn 110, 202, 249 Gomez, Miss Rosemary 64 Gompf, Clay 110, 229, 247 Goodell, Charlene 72, 111 Goodnough, Joyce 111, 202,237, 247 Goodrich, Anne 172, 219 Goodrich, Pamela 93, 111 Goodrich, Walter 188 Greenstreet, Linda 151, 227 Greenwaide, John 188 Greenwis, Tom 172 Grefenstette, Joanne 284 Griffis, Bill 110, 239, 246 Griffith, Lynn 91, 93, 110, 173, 204, 218, 226, 232 Griffith, Mary 188 Griffith, Richard 188, 226, 234 Griffith, Roberta 172, 226, 231 Grimm, Trudy 85 Grimsley, Suzanne 172 Grodowitz, Karen 188 Grunwell, William 61, 110, 276, 278 Guay, Don 172 Guerin, Anita 182, 188 Guidance Department 46, 47 Gunderson, Susan 110 Gustaferro, Barbara 172, 240 Gustaferro, Richard 188, 234 Gustaff, Cynthia 172 Gwin, Bill 151 H Haberlie, Doug 110 Haberstroh, Nancy 188, 243 Hackney, Mr. Harald 46 Haddock, Donald 166, 188 Hadley, Mark 188 Hadley, Rick 151 Hagan, Jim 234, 273 Hagedorn, Charles 151 Haig, Lori 93, 110, 202, 207, 212 Haines, Jennifer 151, -244 Halbert, Linda 112 Harman, Bob 38, 113, 214, 256, 259, 286 Harman, Richard 172, 214, 232, 236 Harper, Connie 188, 243, 265, 275, 284 Harper, Jeff 151, 281 Harrell, Mrs. Belle 52, 227 Harrelson, Miss Betty 68 Harrington, Barbara 151, 252 Harris, Donna 151 Harris, Ed 185, 235 Harris, Elaine 188 Harris, Linda 172, 238 Harris, Lynda 151 Harris, Margaret 172 Harris, Martha 188 Harris, Michael 113, 202, 229 216, Harris, Rick 86 Hart, Mike 172, 178, 260, 286, 287 Hart, Ricky 188 Hart, Ronald 188, 242, 263 Hartley, Carolyn 188 Hartwig, Rick 151 Harvey, William 172 Harvith, Stephen 188 Harwell, Sandy 172, 203 Hase, Barbara 151 Haselton, Henry 151, 279 Hash, Wanda 151 Hathaway, Sherry 172 Haven, John 151, 244 Haverty, Raymond 188 Hall Hall Annie 172 Caroll 112 Hall: Doug 216, 218 Hawkins, James 172 Hawkins, Mr. James 83 Hawkins, Jay 203, 224 Hawkins, Marileas 113, 216, 231 Hawkins Hawkins, , Phyllis 113 Gorder, Charles 172, 260, 261, 262 Gordo Gordo n, Janice 172 n, Romney 111, 188 Gorey, Mrs. Lorraine 51 Gorha m, Thomas 188 Gossage, Constance 34, 150, 274 Gosselin, Suzanne 188 Gossens, Pete 110, 141, 213, 286, Gowe, Gowel Gowel 289 Kalharyn 172 l, Kathy 240. l, Ruth 188 Grady, Kerry 188 Grady, Robert 110, 288 Graham, Barbara 188 Graham, Nancy 166, 167, 172 Granmo, Steve 150 Grassler, Linda 150 Graves, Lee 188, 235, 263 Gray, Buddy 172 Gray, Gary 188 Gray, Glen 150 Gray, Jackie 228, 242 Gray, John 188 Gray, Virginia 172 Hall, John 151 Hall, Pamela 151 Hall, Richard 151, 232 Hall, Susan 112, 201, 203, 210 Haller, Mike 172, 232 Halligan, John 151 Hallman, Bill 172 Halloran, Patricia 172 Hamel, Richard 93 Hamilton, Jedy 188 Hamilton, Richard 188 Hamilton, Terry 151, 288 Hammer, Linda 188, 197, 284 Hammer, Michael 112 Hamner, Brenda 188 Hamner, Mary 151 Hampton, Dean 172 Hamre, Bob 172, 288 Hanabury, Mark 188 Hancock, Anita 172 Hancock, Dennis 220, 238 Hancock, Pelham 172, 218, 284 Haney, Jerry 188 Hanewinckel, Douglas 93, 112 Hawkins, Steve 188 Hawthorne, Sandi 112, 249 Hay, Colleen 172, 235, 264, 284 Hayden, Mike 182, 183, 188, 263, 273 Hayes, Christie 172, 224 Hayes, Gary 172, 214 Hayes, Jim 214, 256 Hayes, John 188 Haynes, Marie 151 Haynes, Sue 151 Haynie, John 19, 151, 279 Hays, Judy 151 Hazlett, Reg 82, 112 Head, Gail 188 Healy, Dick 93, 112, 219, 47 229, 2 Healy, Michael 188 Hearn, Bruce 172, 260 Greaser, Mr. Clarence 56 Greaser, Ronald 263 Green, Alfred 151 Green, Diana 188 Green, Jo Ann 151, 218, 231 Green, Halsey 110, 216 Green, Mary Lynn 110, 220 Greenberg. Wayne 93, 110, 121, 256 Greenlee, Holly 151 Greenlee, Karen 151 Greenstreet, Janet 110 Haney, Colleen 188 Hanson, Gail 172,203,238 Hanson, George 151 Hanson, Jarl 112 Hanson Nlark 112, 204, 205, 213 Harding, Jane 188,243 Harlan, Charlotte 38, 90, 93, 112, 200, 240, 264 Harlan, Debbie 188, 265, 284 Harler, David 151, 232 Harler, Sharon 34, 172 Hearn, John 112, 221 Heatwole, John 260, 288 Heatwole, Stephanie 112, 200, 231 Heavey, Brian 172, 220 Heberlein, Bob 113 Heckard, Carol 172 Heddinger, Rick 188 Heffelfinger, Syd 151 Heglar, Mrs. Edith 44, 247 Heglar, Mr. Jerome 72, 246 Heitz, Bill 166 Helm, John 151 Helmick, Jeanne 172 Helsel, Janice 172 Hemmer, Robert 172 Hempel, John 188 Henderson, Jackie 188 Henderson, Lou 276 Henderson, Peter 172 Henderson, Rosemary 172 Hendrickson, Caryl 151 Hendrickson, Stan 172 Hendy, Bill 188 Henke, Rodney 151 Hennigan, Ruth 188 Henry, Anita 188 Henry, James 113 Henry, Leah 188, 242 Henry, Margie 113, 202 Hensley, Brenda 151 Hensley, Linda 188 Herman, Janet 188, 242 Hermes, James 188 Herrick, Harvey S. 288 Herrington, Carolyn 188 Herrington, George 151, 286, 289 Herzig, Carol 189 Heselton, Shari 172, 265 Heselton, Tom 113 Hess, Doris 189 Hess, Evelyn 173 Hess, James 165 Hess, Karl 34, 151, 290 Heurig, Ted 114 Hewes, Anita 114 Hickel, Sandra 189, 243 Hicks, David 173 Hicks, Marilyn 92, 114, 204, 207, 212, 218, 241 Higgins, Donna 114 Hildebrand, Shirley 173, 218, 241 Hilgert, Kathy 203, 275 Hilgert, Linda 189 Hill, Christopher 166, 173, 260, 262, 288 Hill, Debbi 173 Hill, James 189, 263 Hill, Margaret 189, 243 Hill, Michail 66, 151 Hill, Steve 189, 203 Hill, Tracy 235 Hilty, Elizabeth 173, 223 Himelick, Vickie 151, 254 Himmer, Patt 151, 240 Hines, Miss Marjorie 53 Hinkley, Jeff 152 Hinson, Pam 173 Hinojaso, Ernest Hippler, Mrs. Dorothy 43, 254 Hirshfeld, Joe 173 Hirt, Linda 173, 216 Hitchcock, Joan 36, 91, 93, Hockersmith, Terri 115, 241, 285 Hockey 264, 265 Hocking, Sandra 153, 240, 249 Hodges, Hap 34, 189, 260, 261, 272, 273, 286 Hodges, Nancye 173 Hodges, Stuart 189 Hodgeson, Kathy 173 Hoffman, Dorothy 189, 242 Hoffman, Janice 189 Hoft, Myrna 173, 240 Holland, Debbie 153 Holland, Dianne 173 Hollar, Paul 173, 286 Holley, Frank 153 Holliman, Sandra 38, 143, 152, 208 Holloway, Barbara 153 Holloway, Ray 115 Holloway, Rose 153 115, 239, 252 Hollowell, Camilla 189, 255 Hollowell, John 143, 153, 202, 213, 256 Holm, Brian 189 Holm, Thomas 153 Holman, Mike 189 Holmberg, Thomas 153 Holmes, Paul 114 Holst, Ole 18, 19, 103, 104, 1414, 204, 214, 218, 229 Holt, Michael 173 Home Ec. Dept. 74 Hood, Cherinell 189, 242 Hooper, Peter 153, 202, 204 Hooper, Rocky 286 Hoover, Miss Eve 46, 247 Hoover, Jay 114, 138 Hoover, Linda 153 Hopewell, Connie 223 Hopkins, Dianne 173 Hopkins, Kitty 114, 231, 240 Hopkins, Ronald 189, 273 Horn, Marilyn 189, 220, 242 Horner, Mrs. Aurella 48, 51 Horner, Greg 173 Houghten, Jane 189, 242 Houlihan, Mr. Dennis 61, 280 Houston, Sharon 115 Howard, Charles 173, 232 Howard, Clinton 115, 216, 232 Howard, Linda 115, 218 Howard, Pat 173 Howard, Sandra 114, 221 Howell, Brenda 173 Howell, Buz 143, 153 Howell, Linda 274 , Howk, Mrs. Grace 76 Hubbard, Clint 151, 202, 266, 291 Huber, Chris 151 Hudock, Steve 67, 143, 153, 256, 290 Hudson, Donnie 189 Huffstutter, Nancy 153, 216 Huggett, James 189 Huggett, Mrs. Lois 56 Huggins, John 93, 114, 206 Hughes, Alison 114, 202, 246 Hughes, Elizabeth 151 Hughes, Nancy 189, 285 Hughes, Sharon 265 Hull, Harry 189, 263 Hull, Mary 114, 216 Humes, Carol 173 Hummel, Jerry 173, 260 Humphrey, Dee 115 Humphrey, Marsha 189 Humphrey, Mr. James 61 Humphreys, Jim 173 Humphreys, Susan 173 Hunley, Dick 173 Hunsberger, Alan 189 Hunsberger. Dennis 189, 282 Hunsberger, Linda 92, 115, 189, 243 Hunsberger, Robert 92, 115, 214 Hunter, Barbara 151, 204, 219, 231 Hunter, Carol 189, 232 Hurst, Martha 153 Hurtley, Carol 242 Huskey, Erika 173 Hutchins, Lloyd 173, 232 Hutchins, Sue 189, 216, 243 Hutchinson, Dean 173 Hutson, Sharon 153, 204, 206, 216, 217 Hutto, Mr. Nancy 64 Huyler, Faye 115 Hyland, Jeff 189 Hylton, Raymond 189, 235 I Impett, Wendy 116 Industrial Arts Dept. 78-81 Ingerharn, Mary 152 Inman, Teri 190 Internati onal Club 218 Irons, Charles 152, 232 Irving, Con 173 Irwin, Mr. Henry 61 Issitt, Leslie 173 Issitt, Stephanie 34, 93, 116, 129, 204, 232, 264, 274 Iwanik, Mike 166, 167, 173, 224, 238 Jackson, Jackson, J Hal 190, 235 Vernita 152 Jacobellis, Nicholas 203, 263 Jacobs, Bevan 173 Jacobson, Jan 116 Jacobson, Kurt 290 Janet, Susan 116, 245 J arrell mmett 174, 260, 286 Janelli, ugene 152 , E M E Jasper, r. Eugene 46 J Javage, ohn 87, 117, 244 Javage, Sandy 174 Jeffers, Marilyn 117 Jeffries, Jeffries, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins, Richard 190 W'es 152, 291 Bobby 190 Brad 190 Don 174 Jan 174 Mike 190, 235 Mr. Paul 68 Vicki 152 Jensen, Donna 152, 210 Jensen, Irene 174 Jensen, Pamela 174 Jensen, Peter 190, 235, 263, 279 J erman, Kathy 190 Jerome, Dale 190 Jobst, Ja J ocelon, ne 117, 210 Richard 190 John, Frank 152, 281 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 255 Beverly 174 Miss Billie 53 Bradish 117, 214, 248 Carol 152, 202 Claudia 190, 243 Dennis 152 Mrs. Frances 51 Gail 22, 38, 117, 252 George 166 Iris 93, 117, 200, 204, Johnson, James 152 Johnson, John 174 Johnson, Linda 152 Johnson, Marcia 190 Johnson, Johnson, Pam 152 Randy 190, 279 Johnson, Richard 153 Johnson, Ronnie 63, 153, 288 Johnson, Sherry 117 Johnson, Shirley 232, 234 Johnson, Susan 174 Johnston, Ben 54, 153, 208, 232 Johnston, Muriel 174 Jones, Barbara 153, 174 Jones, Bi ll 174 Jones, Carolyn 190 Jones, Cassandra 190 Jones, Cathy 117, 220 Jones, Corolyn 153, 209' Jones, Mrs. Helen 46 Jones, James 174 Jones, Linda 117 Jones, Sandy 158 J oray, Eileen 117, 249 Joray, Judy 190, 275 Joseph, Carol 153, 231 Joseph, Dodair 190, 243 JOSeph, Mrs. 65 Joy, Patricia 174 Joyce, Donna 153, 208 Tom 117, 123,201,213 Joye, Mike 63, 93, 117, 200, Joyce, 204, 218, 229 Judson, Donna 174, 231 Julian, Julian, Pat 153, 279 William 190 Junker, Norman 190 Kaas, Stephan 153, 2 289 K Kacena, Suzanne 174 Kandel, Anna 173 Kane, Mr. Gary 83 Kanton, Kathy 153, 218 Karnes, Mike 117 Karr, George 84, 174 Kashurba, Doresa 85 Kass, Steve 286 Kaye, Robert 190 Keeth, Keeth, Sandra 153, 218, 238 Susan 153, 202, 218 Kegley, Anna 117 Kelley, Brian 153 00, 256, 288, Kelly, Sharron 191 Kelting, Miss Diana 51 Kemble, Gayle 174 Kemble, Mary Ann 117, 240, 246 Kemble, Harry 191 Kennedy, Mr. Bobby 83 Kennedy, Sean 191 Kennedy, Thomas 153 Kennel, Richard 174 Kent, Pam 153 Kerns, Bobbie 174, 191 Kerr, John 174 Kershes, Robert 174, 244 Kershey, Robert F. 117 Kessler, Chris 191 Key Club 214 Key, Linda 174, 216 Key, Sue 216, 175 Keyes, Lisa 221 Keys, James 153, 244 Keyettes 215 Keys, James 153, 244 Keys, Melissa 175 Keyton, Kathy 191 Keyton, Walter 244 Kibler, Terry 153 Kidd, Bob 175, 203, 290 Kidwell, Doris 191 Kidwell, Lewis 153 Kidwell, Lillian Kielsgard, Dennis 191, 234 Kielsgard, Terisha 117, 240 Kiger, Mike 153 Kilgore, Janet 166, 167, 175 Kilgore, Karen 38, 153, 201, 214, 239 Killion, Eileen 175 Kilton, Linda Kimball, Kathy 175, 275, 284 Kimball, Terry 153 Kincade, Ellie 191, 203, 242, 265 Kincer, Regina 175 King, Cynthia 32, 118, 204, 207 214, 264, 274 King, Ernest 175, 225, 238 King, Mrs. Margaret 51 King, Marsha 175, 203,265 Kirby, Keith 175 Kirby, Sandra 191 Kittrell, Sandra 118 Klick, Francis- 118 Klick, Marlene 153, 216 Klimkiewioz, Mary 154 Kline, Tom 260 Klotz, Betty 154, 231, 249 Knave, Richard 191 Knichel, Kathy 191 Knight, Richard 175 Knight, Susan 119, 216, 218 Knoll, Ronnie 78 Knopke, Willian Knopke, Scott 154, 279 Knott, Kathryn 119 Knowlton, Jeff 154 Knupp, Mr. Randolph 33, 68, 261, 262, 282 Kohlhagen, David 190, 221 Kohlhagen, Steven 54, 154, 200, 204, 207, 219 Konozo, Gerry 175 Kornendi, Roger 191 Kossler, Judi 191, 255 Koster, Bob 175 Kouzes, Richard 54, 154, 200, 204, 214, 218, 229 Kozina, Barbara 119, 245 Kozina, Jackie 191 Koziol, Deloris 191 Koziol, Dennis 191 Kraft, Kathy 191, 235 Kramer, Vincent 191 Kravser, Lynda 191 K.ravser, Sandy 154, 240 Krieg, Edward 83, 154 Krieg, Letitia 190, 243 Krsul, Anne 175, 190 Krytusa, Gail 154, 240 Kunkel, Steve 175 Kurata, Marilyn 175 Kurfehs, Judy 285 Kuric, Michael 154 Kyle, Michael 175 L LaBell, Gregory 154, 202 LaBell, Steve 175, 260 Lacerte, Miss Claudette 61 Lacey, Francis 175 Lacey, Margaret 119 Ladin, Deborah 191 Ladson, Mr. William 60, 161 LaGarde, Gloria 191 LaGarde, Michael 236 Laird, Carol 118, 232 Laird, John 191, 235 Laird, Kathryn 191, 265 Lam, John 191 Lam, Kathryn 19, 175 Lamb, Miss Peggy 46 Lambert, Mike 245 Lane, Brenda 191 Lane, Sharen 118 Langford, Michael 175 Language Dept. 64-67 Lanks, Miss Laura 68 Lann, Connie 191, 235 Lann, Harriet 154 Larrzer, Barbara 191, 228 Larson. Elin 154 Lawson, Luanne 154, 249 Larson, Richard 191 Lassell, Diane 175, 232, 275 Latin Club 224 Latina, Art 175 Latina, Carolyn 119, 202, 216, 249 LaVore, Jim 154 Lawrence, Linda 175, 231 Laws, David 191, 273 Lawson, James 24-8 Lawter, Linda 119 Lawton, Diane 175 Lawton, Donna 175, 203, 241 Layman, Jim 154, 225, 229 Layman, Mike 191 Layne, Mr. George 53 Lee , Bernice 175 Lee Francine 191 Lee, George 154 Lee, Linda 119, 235 Lee, Marlene 72, 154 Leemon, Mark 191, 235 Leff, Maxine 175 Leftwich, William 191, 235 Legarde, Miss Carolyn 33, 68, 142 Legate, Lauren 93, 100 Lehman, Mr. Daniel 33, 36, 46, 280, 281, 282 Lehman, Richard 119, 291 Lehtonen, Diane 154 LeMasurier, Jean 154, 220 Lemeshewsky, Andrew 175, 232 Lemeshewsky, Susan 118 Lennon, Jinny 191 Leonard, Robert '191 Lewis, Cecil 78, 191 Lewis, Edward 191, 228, 242 Lewis, Greg 175 Lewis, Pamela 175 Lewis, Robert 118 Lewis, Rodney 154 Lewis, Susan 118, 154, 241 Lewis, Suzanne 216, 239 Libeau, Brenda 175 Libeau, Sandra 175 Library 44-45 Lichtefeld, Miss Ann 57 Lieblich, Betsy 191 Light, Eugene 154 Light, Tom 175, 238 Lightfoot, Ken 154 Miller, Lina, Mr. Joseph 80, 81 Lindenmeyer, Julie 175 Lindner, Richard 154, 248 Lingle, Judy 175 Lingle, Van 154 Linker, Karin 175 Lippard, Miss Nancy 48 Liskey, Wayne 76, 221 Literary Magazine 210, 211 Litman, Mr. George 33, 80, 81, 142, 261, 262 Little, Linda 119, 245 Little, Michael 119 Little, Pat 175, 235 Livengood, Fred 119, 252 Livingston, Carol 119 Livingston, Gail 92, 93, 121, 204, 214 264 s Lloyd, Sally 191, 242 Locke, John 175, 290 Loflin, Nancy 143, 154, 218, 241, 248 Logan, Kirk 191 Logan, Pat 175 Logan, Sandra 175 Loguirato, George 154, 232 Lohman, Fred 121, 244 Lohman, Jack 175 Long, Ken 175 Long, Nancy 175 Loomis, Robert 93, 121 Loomis, Steve 191, 228 Lough, Mike 191 Lovett, Barbara 191 Lovett, Ruth 175, 227, 241 Loving, John 154, 213, 256, 288 Lowe, Maureen 120 Lower, Jon 175 Lowrey, John 191, 290 Lubbers, Cynthia 191 Lucckese, Linda 191 Ludtke, Susan 191, 237, 243 Lueke, Bob 175, 205, 271, 272, Lund, Pam 175 Lund, Terry 120 Lundgren, Patricia 191, 242 Lundien, Beth 154, 247 Lunsford, John 191 Luttrell, Morris 120, 122 Lutz, Sherrie 120, 202, 231, 232 Lyddane, Bill 175 Lyle, Mrs. Sandra 65 Lynch, Chris 191 Lynch, Lynda 191 Lynch, Patti 142, 143, 154, 200, 204, 240, 254 Lynch, Rebecca 191 Lynch, Scott 175, 232 Lynn, Lynda 242 Lyons, Debra 154 Lyons, Patricia 121, 202 M Maben, Walter 175 MacCaslin, Eugene 121 MacMurdy, Hugh 175, 191 Maddalena, Carl 154 Maddalena, Janet 191 Madison, Linda 191 Magner, Amalda 191, 254 Mahanes, Gayle 154 Mahler, Brian 191 Maitland, Mary 175 Makley, William 175 Malcolm, Anita 175 Maley, Elmer 121, 280, 281, 282 Maley, Janett 191 Maley, Ronald 56, 175, 213, 238, 260, 261, 262, 271, 282 Mallon, Ann 154, 241, 249 Mallon, Joe 191 Mallon, Lynda 227, 241 Malnassy, Judy 175, 238 Maloon, Sharon 175 Mann, Jim 93, 121, 200, 214, 239 Manor, Mickey 191 Mantell, Helen 154 Marceron, Kenneth 121 Marchio, Pam 143, 154 Marcroft, Chris 120, 225, 240 Marek, Michael 154, 286, 289 Markley, Linda 191 Marlin, Karen 120 Marlow, Ellen 191 Marlow, Hazel 154, 231 Marocchi, Ellen 191 Marrero, Julia 17, 120, 191 Marsden, Dave 175, 260, 271, 286 Marsh, Jack 175, 238 Marsh, Jeanne 120 Marsh, Terry 191 Marshall, Beth 191 Marshall, James 154 Marshall, Robbie 191, 255 Marston, Mary Margaret 22, 38, 91, 92, 121, 238, 239 Marston, Scott 154, 218, 238, 290, 291 Martonson, Edward 191, 235 Martin, Betty 191, 242 Martin, Don 121 Martin, J inuny 85, 154 Martin, John 35, 154, 266, 267, 268, 270 Martin, Steve 195, 271 Martinez, Michael 154 Mason, Carol 59, 154 Mason, Mr. Howard 57 Mason, Jim 232 Mason, Mason, Joanne 191, 221, 235 Mike 175 Massey, Hedy 191 Massey, Ruth 121, 238 Massie, Randy 191 Masterson, Lynn 175, 216, 217, 249 Masterson, Nola 50, 143, 155, 216, 217, 264 Mastic, Dan 143, 155, 202, 214, 238, 266, 281, 282 Mastropaolo, Mary 191 Mastropaolo, Mike 155 Mathematics Department 56-59 Mathers, Mrs. Elaine 65, 224 Mathias, Bob 191 Mathias, Jim 191 Matthews, Don 155, 290 Matthews, Jill 191 Matthews, Sandi 155 Mattees, Jessie 191 Mattos, Kristie 155 Maupin, Garry 32, 155, 256, 257 Mawyer, Donna 175 Maxey, Bob 191 Maxwell, Jim 155 Maxwell, Marcia 175 May, Barry 191, 235 May, Linda 192, 242 May, Marianne 175 May, Tom 121 Mayes, Bob 121 Mayes, Diana 155, 227 Mayes, Marlow 192 Mayes, Morris 218, 229 McDaniel, Dianna 123, 249 McDaniel, Randy 172 McDaniel, Steve 123 NlcDavid, Linda 175 McDonald, Celest 192 McDonald, Maureen 123 McDonald, Mike 192 McDonald, Pat 175 McDonald, Pete 155, 279 McDonald, Sheila 175, 254 McDonnell, Mike 192 McDonough, Joe 123 McElwee, Bob 155 McGahey, Kathy 175 McGinnis, Carol 155 McGregor, Dan 175 McGregor, Linda 243 McGregor, Paul 192 Mclnturff, Ruth 192 Mclntyre, John 155, 192 Mclntyre, Marria 175 McKay, Janice 192 McKelvey, Danney 155 McKeown, Ann 175 McKenzie, Nona 192 McKittrick, Andy"192 McKnight, Marian 122, 226, 232 McLane, Steve 157 McLeod, Dona 157, 218, 239 McMahon, Mikki 122, 239 McMaster, Merideth 175 McNamara Dan 172 McNuss, Marvin 192 McRobie, Gloria 175 Mead, Robert 288 Meador, Mr. Herman 83, 84 Meckling, William 175 Medical Careers Club 230 Melby, Susan 192, 203, 232 Mellen, Jim 175 Melnik, Grace 175, 220 Meng, Sharon 175 Merchant, Dianne 192, 235 Merck, Mr. Marvin-Joe 51, 204 Mercy, Candice 192 Meredith, Dennis 157, 238 Merkel, Anne 192, 243 Mervine, Phil 157 Metz, Jim 263 Meyer, Barry 37 Meyer, Christine 192 Meyer, Jean 192, 284 McAllen, Chris 192 McAtee, Stuart 175, 260, 261 McAteer, Mrs. Dorothy 57 MeBlair, Mike 122, 127, 216, 217, 239 McCaa, Berry 192 McCalman, Helen 122 McCann, Dale 155, 244 McCann, Edna 155 McCarthy, Mrs. Dorothy 53, 54 McCarthy, Robert 93, 122, 288, 289 McClelland, Carol 122, 208 McClintock, Janet 175, 254 McClusky, Michael 122 McComsey, Petty 192 McConn, Jim 192 McConnell, Fred 93, 122, 138, 201, 204 McConnell, Mrs. Rio 50, 51 McCord, William 192 McCormack, Charles 192 McCormack, Jacqes 155 McCuddin, Mike 192, 203 McCuddin, Sharon 155, 200, 264 McCullen, Pat 240 Meyer, Jill 192, 284 Meyer, Kaye 175 Michie, Joanna 192 Michie, Ron 175 Mickel, Don 157 Miles, Lynda 175, 284 Mileur, Barbara 157 Milks, John 200, 214, 224, 286 Miller, Beth 157, 244 Miller, Cathy 157, 192 Miller, Cheryl 176, 248 Miller, Elaine 176 Miller, Mrs. Helen 54, 205 J enniier 157 Miller, Joan 192 Hiller, Laurel 122, 223, 229 Miller, Linda 157 Miller, Maile 157, 218, 240 Miller, Robert D. 122 Miller, Steve 176 Miller, Suzanne 157 Miller, Torn 176, 271, 282 Millican, Sharon 192 Milner, Ronald 192, 235, 263, 282 Minor, Sylvia 176 Millson, Peggy 176 Milton, Susan 192, 242 Mims, Philis 192, 242 Minick, Francis 176 Minko, Beverly 176 Mitchell, Charlotte 176, 203, 231 Mitchell, Miss Dora 54 Mitchell, Mike 157, 223 Mock, Marcia 193, 228 Moffit, Maile 122, 202 Molchanoff, Cathy 122 Monahan, Jim 176, 193 Monahan, Pat 86, 122, 245 Monroe, Beth 143, 157, 216, 240 Monsor, Fred 176 Montague, Jin 193 Montgomery, Jim 176, 216 Montondo, Bob 166, 171, 176, 200, 205, 214 Mooney, Beth 157, 176 Mooney, Kay 225 Mullins, Helen 193 Mullins, Jim 156 Mullins, Linda 122, 202, 226, 247 Munnikhuysen, Rick 32, 93, 121, 124, 200, 201, 204, 214, 256, 260 Nickodem, Mike 125 Nielson, Sue 177 Niemi, Doug 177, 235 Niland, Nancy 177 Noah, Robert 193 Noble, Laura 193 Noll, Miriam 124, 226 Painter, Tom 193, 234 Palacio, Lore 193 Pallesen, Carol 193 Palmblad, Anne 127 Palmblad, Eric 193 Palmblad, Vicki 177 Palmer, Judy 127 Munson, Edna 242 Munson, Mr. Elmer 51 Munson, Eve 193 Munster, Linda 91, 124 Munster, Sonja 156 Murphy, Cl1ris 176, 235, 260, 279 Murrah, Jo 124, 176 Murrah, Linda 176 Murray, Jim 156 Murray, Larry 156 Murray, Marilyn 176 Music Dept. 75 Musinski, Jim 288 Musinski, Jean 176 Musinski, John 193, 194 lylyers, Alan 156, 256, 281 Moony, Bill 176 Moore, Bill 193 Moore, Carol 122 Moore, Dodee 157 Moore, Jerry 263, 273, 282 Moore, Jim 193, 281 Moore, Lara 176, 240 Moore, Lefaye 176, 240 Moore Linda 176 Myers, Barry 182, 193 Myers, Earl 156, 213, 281, 282 Myers, He1en'193 Myers v Scott 50, 176 Myers, Virginia 193 N Nagel, stefan 156,218 Moore, Margo 157, 218, 240 Moore, Mike 176 Moore, Tim 157 Moorefield, Dan 176, 288 Morales, Susan 193 Moreland, Deb 193 Moreland, Pam 122, 204, 208 Moreno, lgnacio 77, 157, 248, 288 Morgan, Ronnie 157 Moritz, Phil 157, 288 Moritz, Sue 91, 122, 202, 238, 239, 274 Morphew, Dana 193 Morris, Mr. Paul 55 Morris, Paul 50, 176 Morrison, Holly 157, 232 Morrison, Myra 193, 196 Morrow, Chip 176 Morrow, Chris 157, 206, 288 Morrow, David 70, 193 Morton, Mrs. Lorraine 62 Morton, Mike 193, 263 Moses, Mrs. Mae Beth 58 Mosley, Judy 193, 232 Mosley, Roger 156, 231 Moss, Kirsteene 176 231 Mott, Polly 193, 242 Moyer, Janet 176 Much, Beth 176 Mudd, Nellie 193 Mudrinich, Mardy 93, 122, 204 Mueller, Mark 193 Mugaas, Linda 176 Mugaas, Nordy 156 Mugaas, Rhoda 193 Muir, Craig 176 Mulcahy, Brian 156 Mulcahy, Colleen 193 Mulholland, Bob 244 Mullen, Cindy 157, 220, 247 Muller. Leanna 156 Naler, Georgia 176, 241 Honor Society 204-205 Nash, Alan 124 Neal, Cindy 176 Neale, Betty 177 Neale, Lana 124, 285 National Nordstrom, Charles 193 Norton, John 177 Nowell, Jewel 193 Nowell, Ronnie 124 Numbers, Mrs. Jane 75, 239, 240, 242 Nutter, Annabelle 124 Nutter, Conrad 157, 177 Nuzzi, Donna 157, 231, 240 Nygren, Andrea 124, 200, 220, 241 0 O,Bannon, Earleen 193 O'Bannon, Frances 124 Oberhausen, Frank 193, 209 O'Donohue, Rosemary 125, 204, 214 Oesterich, Leona 157 Offut, Richard 177, 210 O'Flaherty, Karen 231 O'Flaherty, Nancy 177 Oleson, Emilia 157, 231 Oleson, Gary 193, 214, 229 Olin, Penny 177 Oliver, Pooky 260 Oliver Roland 177, 238 Oliverio, Dave 34, 271, 272, 282 Oliverio, Gabe 34, 35, 157, 213, 266, 267, 270, 280, 281 Oliverio, Mr. Jol1n 69 Palmer, Phoebe 202 Palme r, Steve 177 Pardue, Dave 158 Pareseau, Bob 127, 221 Parker, Doug 193, 235 Parker, Francine 177, 241 Parker James 126, 177, 210, 214, 216 Parker, James 49 Parks, Cathie 158 Parks, Sharyn 158 Parrish, James 126, 232 Parrish, John 193 Parrish, Mary 240 Parsons, Larry 158 Parsons, Steve 193 Parthree, Larry 158 Pascoe, Joan 193 Patterson, John 177 Patton, Mike 83, 158, 256, 258 Nealon, Joan 193 Neff, Sandra 124 Neff, Susan 177 Nelems, Carl 177 Nelms, Clyde 177 Nelson, Jan 177 Nemshick, Paula 157 Nesley, Dianne 177, 224 Nethercutt, Dianne 193 Nethercutt, Ronnie 157 Netzel, Philip 193 Neuburg, Suzie 93, 124, 200, 204 Neuburg, Taffy 160, 166, 167, 177, 205, 254 Neuby, Howard 193 Neuby, John 193, 242 Newcome, Mr. Morris 83 Newcome, Rick 157 Newcomer, Russel 157, 229 Newlon, Karen 125, 210, 238 Olson, Alan 157, 206 Olson, E116 157, 200, 223 Olson, Ginny 157, 214 Olson, Olson, Karl 193, 273 Penny 157, 210 Paule, Bill 158 Paull, Donald 177, 193 Payne, Carlton 177 Payne, Charlene 158 Payne, Craig 193 Payne, Fred 193, 263 Payne, Glenda 72, 126 Payne, Joan 158, 244 Payne, Lana 158 Payne, Larry 177 Payne, Reuben 177 Payne, 214, Richard 38, 93, 127, 204 224 Pearce, Mr. David 58 Pearman, Jan 158, 225 Pearso n, Delores 177 Newman , Betsy 177, 218,231 Newman, Debby 91, 125, 202 241 Newman, Donnie 193 Newman, Frank 157 Newman, George 193 Newman, Joe 193 Olson, Sydney 125, 143, 157, 214 O,Neill, John 125 Opp, Mrs. Ruth 62, 229 Orme, Bill 193 Orme, Eric 125 Orndorff, Bob 193 Orton, Lauren 193, 221 Orton, Mary 157, 227 Osegueda, Chris 62, 177. 203 Osius, Edward 193 Osterman, Miss Marie 84 Over, Stephen 193 Over, William 266, 269 Owenby, Emmett 193 Owenby, Frank 177 Pearson, Rick 158 Pecsok, Natalie 193 Peil, Gregg 158 Peil, Dianc 193 Penn, Judy 127, 200, 226 Pennington, Ken 32, 127, 213, 214, 256, 258, 291 Pep Club 220 Peretli, Alice 126, 231 Peretti, Emily 158 Perkins, John 79, 193 Perlman, Larry 158 Perry, Bill 126, 202, 214, 256, 257, 260, 266, 269, 270, 276, 278 Perry, Candy 177 Perry, Elston 126, 286 Pershing, Dean 193, 234 Perszyk, Joe 193 Newman, Lynn 157, 214, 220, 241 Newspaper 208, 209 Newton, John 193 Newton, Larry 193, 273 Niccolls, Jim 177 Niccolls, Wesley 193 Nichols, Brenda 193 Nichols, Linda 73, 125, 134 Nicholson, John 157, 256 Nicklas, Mrs. Esther 83 Owens, Julie 249 Owens Kathy 157 Owens, Ken 157, 239 Owens, Patricia 157, 240 Owens, Stanley 166, 177, 200, 271, 272, 282 P Pace, Kelly 193 Padgett, Sherry 177 Page, Betty 157 Page, David 193 Painter, James 93, 126, 227, 229 Pesek, Francine 193, 242 Pesek, Jane 177 Peters, Emory 194, 234 Petersen, David 177 Petersen, Donald 126, 213 Petersen, Kathy 177 Peterson, Helen 167, 177, 210, 216 Peterson, Marshall 158 Peterson, Sue 158, 248 Rubright, Richard 195, 224, 235 Peterson, William 127 Petrasek, Loretta 177, 221 Petrovik, Debbie 177, 265 Pexton, David 127 Phillips, Barbara 127, 214, 239, 252 Phillips, Kathy l2s, 202, 204, 206, 212, 216 Phipps, Mary 128 Phipps, Mr. Robert 42 Phleger, Elaine 177 Physical Education' Department 68-71 Piege, Beverly 177 Pierce, Mr. Charles 58 Pierce, Linda 158 Pike, Mrs. Eunice 51 Piller, Curtiss 194 Pingatore, Patricia 158 Pink, Richard 158 Pink, Judy 128 Plough, Eric 158 Plough, Patti 128, 200, 221 Poarch, Miss Erma 69 Poe, Allen 245 Poe, Donald 129 Poll, Rebecca 216, 240 Polinger, Miss Shirley 69 Politico, Eddie 194- Polk, Janet 177 Polk, Jean 159, 214 Pollock, Pat 224 Pope, Candy 177 Pope, Kerry 129, 276 Pope, Randall 129, 200, 228, 247 Porinsh, Miss Edith 67 Powell, Blair 150, 290 Powell, Ernest 194 Powell, Jay 235 Powell, Joan 177, 200, 205, 208, 214 Powell, Miss Michaele 67 Powell, Pam 158, 216 Powell, Richard 194, 232 Pratt, Margaret 158, 206, 225 Pratt, Phyllis 177, 205 Prentice, Linda 177 Prentice, Scott 177, 232 Presse-ntin, Susi 128, 204, 209, 212 Prestera, Victor 177 Price, Ginger 177, 205, 241 Price, Patricia 128, 211 Price, Sandra 93 Prickett, John 151 Prine, Patricia 93, 128, 210, 211, 224 Privett, Mildred 177 Privett, Roy 159, 244 Proctor, James 177 Prouty, Mark 143, 159 Prouty, Robert 123, 129, 256 Pruitt, Walker 159 Puffenberger, Mr. Eugene 62, 205 Pugh, Mrs. Jane 56, 57 Pulley, Judy 159, 227, 285 Pumphrey, Margaret 194 Purcell, Marilyn 177 Q Quiggins, Richard 159, 225 Quill and Scroll 212 Quinn, Andi 159 Quinn. John 129 Quinn, Kevin 194 Quinn, Robert 177 R Rae, Vincent 159 Raebel, Cathi 177, 219, 252 Raibourn, Richard 271 Raine, Nancy 22, 90, 129, 217, 240 Raines, Martin 177 Raines, Roger 194 Ramey, Susan 194, 243 Rampy, Pat 159, 231, 249 Ramsey, Paul 28, 128, 200, 204, 209, 212 Rappaport, Mike 194, 224, 228, 234 Rash, Robert 177 Raudenbush, Eric 167, 177, 194, 214, 235 Read, Charles 177, 260 Rector, Joel 194 Rector, Kirk 228 Rector, Ronald 166, 167, 177, 205, 214, 260, 271 Redd, Louise 159 Redd, Ray 194 Redfearn, Nancy 232 Reed, Emily 217 Reed, Margaret 128 Reed, Patricia 159, 227, 241 Reed, Penny 275 Reed, Ray 242 Reed, Steve 197 Reeie, Christine 159 Reese, Betty 177 Regan, Beth 177 Regan, Mary 177, 216, 219, 240 Regan, Maureen 194, 243 Reid, Allen 194, 234 Reid, Ginger 177 Reid, Marilyn 177 Reid, Phillip 214 Reid, Robert 177 Reidelbach, John 194, 263 Reidelhach, Terri 143, 159, 227, 248 Reidy, Miss Mary 52, 55 Reinert, A1 159 Reiseer, Paul 194 Remmington, Robert 194 Renaud, Parker 159 Renick, Linda 38, 58, 159 Reutiman, Dayna 159, 237 Reutiman, Elinda 159, 244 Reynolds, George 177 Reynolds, Sandy 159 Rhinehart, Karen 177. 265, 275 Rhines, Martin 220 Rhoades, Marjorie 151, 225 Rhoades, Stephen '194, 279 Rice, Allen 194 Rich, Mrs. Alma 43 Rich, Bill 159 Rich, Sharon 177, 224 Richard, Pam 159 Richard, Penelope 194, 216 Richards, Becky 177 Richards, Keith 159 Richardson, Art 159 Richardson, Candy 159, 216 Richardson, Dean 177 Richardson, William 194, 235 Richter, Andrea 158, 195 Richter, Nancy 159, 240 Rierson, Craig 195 Riggs, Alan 159 Rigoulot, Jeri 232, 129 Rigsbee, Barbara 159, 231 Riley, Lauren 195, 242, 255 Riley, Sharon 159 Rinch, Denise 177, 243 Rinck, Reginga 129 Rowe, Daniel 195 Rowe, Joyce 195 Rowe, Linda 160 Rowe, Mary 160 Rowell, Bruce 178 Rowell, Douglas 160, 232, 281 Rowley, Boop, 28, 29, 36, 93, 131, 239 Ringer, Bruce 159 Rinker, John 159 Rio, Marlene 178, 240 Rio, Richard 254 Risco, Patricia 159 Ritchie, Mark 195 Ritko, George 178 Rift, William 295 Rittman, Jim 200 Rittman, Pam 195, 242 Rivenbark, Carol,159 Rivers, Linda 195 Rivers, Mary 195, 218, 284 Roach, Dixie 195 Robb, Nancy 93, 200, 204, 206, 218, 130 Roberts, Anne 93, 130, 216, 249 Roberts, Beth 178 Roberts, Emily 130 Roberts, Helen 195 Roberts, Linda 130 Roberts, Susan 160 Robertson, Carlotta 195 Robertson, Diana 178 Robinson, James 195 Robinson, Jean 160 Robinson, Patricia 160 Robinson, Randy 195 Rochester, Rocky 235 Rochester, Robert 195 Roderick, Jane 160, 202, 214, 227 Rodgers, George 178 Rodriquez, Luis 178 Roe, Tom 195, 229 Roehr, Tom 160 Rogers, William 178 Roisum, Gary 195, 235 Rolston, Jacqueline 160, 245 Rood Rood, Roud Bruce 195 Katherine 195, 246, 285 Penny 118 Rood, Shirley 160 Roop Roop, John 178, 220 Rachel 38, 127, 130, 204, 209, 212 Rosch, John 195 Rose, Barbara 160 Roseberry, Mary 195 Roseness, Randy 160 Roset, Mary 166 Ross, Ross, Bob 67, 195 Dianne 178, 224, 240 Ross, Melissa 195 Ross, Pat 85, 131, 241 Ross, William 131, 138, 256 Rossow, Jeanne 195 Rossow, Joan 195 Rossow, Deanna 160 Rothenbach, Robbin 195, 284 Rothenberg, Bernd 178, 260, 261, 279 Rothlisberger, Marde 176 Rouchon, Alan 178 Rountree, Mr. Walker 58 Rowan, Kathleen 160 Ruch, Donald 195, 263, 282 Ruddle, Sandra 178 Ruef, Gordon 195, 242, 263, 273 Ruff, Mr. Fletcher 84, 85 Ruffin, Charles 178 Ruffing, Barbara 178 Ruhsam, Henry 178, 232 Runyon, Edwin 178 Rupp, George 160 Rupp, Murphy 160 Rush, Steve 194 Russell, Bruce 288 Russell, Penny 178 273 Rust, Stephen 195, 263, 272, 273 Ryan, Charles 195 Ryan, Paul 195 Ryan, Ruth 178, 232, 284, 285 Ryder, Ed 160 Rydstron, Ron 178 S Sanborn, Nancy 160 Sanborn, Sandy 160 Sanders, Jan 179 Sandrock, Marcia 142, 143, 160, 200, 204 Sandrock, Pat 195, 224, 228 Sandford, Mary Jane 160 Santmyer, Della 179 Santo, John 169, 256 Sapp, Russel 179 Sargent, Douglas 49, 178, 238 Sargent, James 195 Sarley, Gregory 130, 213, 239, 256 Satterford, Nancy 179, 219, 265 Satterford, Robert 93, 130, 232, 236 Saulner, Steven 195, 234 Saunders, Berry 195 Saunders, Melvin 179, 195 Scanlan, Sue 160, 225, 227 Scarburgh, Wally 195, 235 Scarce, Anna 160 Scarce, Janita 195 Schaefer, Sally 179, 203 Schaffer, Denny 165 Schaible, Brian 130, 239, 290 Schaible, Susan 195, 242, 284 Schaitberger, Haro1d 130, 138, 256, 257 Schall, Mark 179 Scheider, Sara 130, 218, 229. 232 Scheidig, Matilde 179 Scheurich, Carol 179, 195 Scheurich, Sandra 179 Schlipf, Carolyn 160, 239 Schmidlen, Lewis 160 Schneider, Donna 130, 216 Schottroffe, Edna 179 Schreiber, William 160, 288 Schultlz, Dan 32, 260, 261, 262 Stock,,,P Strickle, Schultz, Erik 160 Schultz, Frank 179 Schultz, Gail 195 Schwarzman, Carol 179 Science Department 60-63 Scott, Andy 179, 288 Scott, Dave 160 Scott, Joanne 179 Scott, Mary Jo 195 Scozzie, Chuck 195 Scurlock, Arch 130, 203, 290 Scurlock, Susan 179 Seamen, James 179 Sears, Dorcas 179, 238, 265, 275 Sears, Marti 160, 225, 239 Sears, Susan 130, 225, 285 Sears, William 223 Sedoff, Jim 179 Sedoif, Mary Beth 77, 130 See, Phyllis 133, 147 Seek, Gary 195, 263 Seek, Mrs. Kathleen 58 Sefre, Sue 260 Seith, Susan 160 Selby, Debbie 179 Selby, .lack 133 Selby, Margaret 179 Selecman, Janet 195 Selecman, William 160, 276, 278 Seller, Ronnie 179 Senio, Mrs. Nancy 51, 210 Sessums, John 179 Seymour, Edith 195 Shakelton, Bruce 160, 238 Sharp, Charlotte 195 Sharp, Ellen 243 Shaw, Don 179 Shaw, Rowena 160 Shea, Barbara 179 Sheads, Brenda 195 Sheads, Don 160 Sheaffer, Timothy 195 Sheehan, Kathleen 93, 1-33, 238 Sheets, Kenneth 160 Sheets, Sandra 179 Shelton, Willard 133, 179 Shepheard, Tony 160 Shepheard, Wilbur 179 Sheperd, Claudia 179 Shepherd, Linda 179 Sheppard, Mike 179, 216, 217 Sherey, Sherianne 248 Shertzer, Susie 132 Sherwood, Richard 160 Shidle, Michael 195, 263 Shields, Rudolph 160 Shifflet, Claude 160 Shifflet, Joseph 195 Shipman, Darcey 195, 265 Shirey, Sandra 161 Shirey, Sherrianne 132, 240 Shirley, Glenn 195, 242 Shivar, Archie 179 Shnayer, Andy 195, 233, 263 Shore, Bruce 179 Short, Benny 179 Short, Glenn 179 Showalter, Chuck 196, 242 Shreve, Dana 160, 279 Shreve, Raleigh 182, 195, 200, 243 Shubart, Bonnie. 93, 132, 204, 209, 212, 214 Shunk, Katherine 179 Shumate, Dave 161 Shurtz, Kathy 195 Shupe, Jane 179 Siddall, Diane 133 sides, Biford 133 sigiisi, Judy 195, 243 Sigrist, Nancy 179, 331 Simmons, Sandra 179 Simmons, Sheron 133, 216, 241 Simms, Mr. Robert 42 Simms, Carolyn 133, 231, 249 Simpson, George 179 Simpson, Joy 160 Simpson, Mary 149 Sims, Ken 179, 235 Sommerkamp, Kathy 179, 218 Songer, Charlie 221, 223 Sorber, Bob 162 Sourbeer, Jim 195 Soto, Carlos 195, 235 Spangler, Mr. Wayne 47, 286 Spanish Club 225 Sparks, Linda 134 Sparks, Stanley 162, 245 Speeks, Miss Ida Mae 51, 206 Speight, Gary 162 Spell, William 291 Stroube, Robert 52, 93, 134 Stuart, Jettie 134 Stuart, William 179, 282 Student Assistants 246-249 Student Government 200-203 Stull, Jane 196, 234 Stull, Phyllis 231, 238 Stull, Sarah 162 Stulle, Sue 162 Sudduth, Miss Linda 44, 248 Sudler, Sandy 162, 208, 274 Sullivan, Jane 196 Singer , Alan 195, 228 Singer, Arthur 133, 244 Singer, Richard 162 Singer, Sidra 166, 167, 179, 274 Singlaub, Elizabeth 179 Singletary, Gary 179 Singleton, Martha 195, 235 Sinnet, Jo-Ann 179 Sisk, Rebecca 195 Sissler, Doreen 162 Sithens, Suzanne 132 Sitnek, Susan 195 Skiller n, Lisa 179, 240, 252 Skidmore, John 8 Slichter, Mark 162, 290 Slinkard, Mike 195, 232 Small, Jonathan 179 Smarr, Brenda 38, 195, 242 Smarr Harold 32 132 213 256,l257,260, 7 ' Smarr, Martin 179 Smarr, Sharon 162 Smart, Susan 195 Smith, Andy 179 Smith, Bill 132, 247 Smith, Cheryl 133, 239 Smith, Mrs. Christine 46, 47 Smith, Dale 195 Smith, Dewitt 132 Smith, Mrs. Diana 55 Smith, Diane 162 Smith, Glenn 162, 202 Smith, James 133 Smith, John 204 Smith, 225, Joma 143, 162, 202, 237 Smith, Jonathan 133, 238, 247 Smith, Karl 195, 203 Smith, Kathleen 76, 195 Smith, Kevin 162, 218, 225 Smith, Margie 243 Smith, Martina 133 Smith, Richard 179, 220 Smith, Robert 141 Smith, Mr. Robert 70 Smith, Sherrill 162 Smith, Teresa 179, 231 Smith, Tom 166, 179, 279 Smith, Walter 179 Smithes, Suzanne 133 Smoot, Smoot, Kenneth 195 Smoot, Leonard 179, 260 Smoot, Rachel 195 Smoot, Sharon 134 Spencer, 212 Miss Dorothy 48, 209, Spitler, Carol 134, 221 Spouse, William 162 Sprague, Frank 179 Springston, Mr. William 47 Squires, Squires, Judy 162, 214 Rick 182, 183, 195 Stafford, Nancy 134 Stahl, John 162, 229 Stallard, Tracy 195 Stanley, Bragg 242 Stanley, Christy 195 Stanley, Lana 135 Stanley, Linda 179 Stanley, Pam 179 Stanley, Phil 134 Stanley, Miss Virginia 44, 45 Staples, Thomas 195 Stargardt, Fred 179, 223 Stark, Rosalyn 135 Starr, Rick 162, 280 Starr, Shari 243 Starr, Sheila 195, 235, 281 Stearman, Brian 196, 203 Stearns, Christopher 169, 179, 229 Steele, Frances 196 Steele, James 162 Steinberg, Eileen 196, 284, 275 Steinberg, Stuart 162 Steinhor st, Rita 196, 221 Stein, Toby 135, 231 Stemmerman, Charles 162 Stemmerman, Mrs. Louise 47 Sterling, Janie 135 Sterr, Sandy 134, 247 Stevens, Stewart, Dobiei162, 232 Norma 129 Stimson, Carol 134, 240, 246 Stimson, Marilyn 162 amela 179 Sullivan, Mike 263, 288 siiiiivaii, Mimi 134, 231,239 Sullivan, Terry 196, 234 Supinger, Claude 85, 179 Supinger, Maxine 196 Supinger, Shirley 196 Surles, Dave 192 Suther Sutphi 214-, Swan, land, Phyllis 162 n, Bob 142, 143, 162, 281 .lim 179 Swartz, Deborah 134 Swartz, Sam 179 Sweeney, Edward 162 Sweeney, Katherine 196 Sweeney, Patricia 134 Sweeney, Sue 134, 210, 221, 227 Swem, Barbara 196 Syverson, Mike 196 Syverson, Wayne 180 T Talbott, Bob 180 Tallia, Cindy 196, 255 Tate, Carole 143, 162 Taylor , Bruce 134, 239 Taylor, Claudia 196 Taylor, Fred 163, 256 Taylor, Judy 180 Taylor, Ken 136 Taylor, Linda 196 Taylor, Mary 163, 218, 219, 231, 247 Taylor, Mike 180 Taylor, Patricia 163, 237, 247 Taylor, Sandra 180 Taylor, Susan 196 Taylor, Terry 196 Tegeler, Jo 136, 202, 240 Tennis Team 290 Terrestrial Science Club 228 Tew, Edward 180 Bruce 179, 260, 282, 283 Stoffi, Patsy 179 Stoops, Don 196, 282, 263 Stoops, Susan 143, 162, 214, 247 Story, Miss Elsie 55 Stott, Duane 162 Stout, Don 134, 290 Stout, Mike 162 Stout, Terie 196 Straight, Becky 179 Straight, Sharon 162 Thacker, Mark 181, 196 Thacker, Wilburn 196 Theurer, Karen 196 Thiem, Suzanne 196 Thomas, Dian 163 Thomas, Mr. James 58 Thomas, Sheilah 180 Thompson, Mr. Bernard 70, 280 Thompson, David 24, 196 Thompson, Elaine 163 Straiton, Dave 179 Strickland, Alan 179 Janet 179 Thompson, Glenn 163 Thompson, H. A. 136, 286 Thompson, Jeanne 196 Smutko, Paul 179, 279 Smutko, William 134, 288 Snyder, Anne 195 Snyder, John 195 Snyder, Judy 162 Social Studies 52-55 Sofet, Anne 195 Softball 284-285 Solomon, Reva-Jane 23, 162, 232 Strickle, Peggy 134, 231 Strickler, Nancy 134, 207, 212, 225 Strong, David 34, 179, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 266, 269, 270, Strong Deborah 179, 231 Strong, Gregory 179 Strong, Susan 218, 179 Stroube, Johanna 196 Thompson, John 136, 286 Thompson, Judy 180 Thompson, Pete 136, 242 Thompson, Phyllis 93, 137, 204, 221 Thompson, Rick 137, 232, 236 Thompson, Robert 232, 236, 286 Thompson Thompson, , steve 196,219,239 Terry 282 Z Thornton, Janet 196, 221 Thornton, John 163 Thrailkill, Judy 197 Thurston, David 163 Thweatt, Raymond 180, 235 Tice, Stuart, 137 Tilden, Glenna 87, 137 Tilson, Conley 180 Timmins, Lynn 163 Timmons, Barbara 180, 240 Timmons, Howard 197 Tipton, Dave 163 Tisdale, Cjarles 197 Tobin, Dave 163 Tobias, Diane 197, 242 Todd, Cindy 180, 284 Tolson, Dale 136, 200, 214, 215, 232 Tolson, Debbe 180, 220 Toomes, Sherry 136 Torrey, Margaret 163 Tosti, Mary 197 Tosti, Patti 180, 240 Totten, John 197 Towe, Marie 163 Tower, lbrook 180, 232, 236 Tower, Jeff 197, 236 Town, Janet 163, 200, 227, 264 Towne, Maurice 180 Towney, Charles 196 Track Team 286-289 Tracy, Carol 163, 216, 218 Trafficante, Susan 180 Trammell, Becky 163, 225 Travers, Ann 180, 227 Traver, Larry 190, 242, 263 Trease, Nancy 180, 241 Tremaine, Michele 163, 216 Trevers, Mrs. Bertha 84, 85 Trevers, Paul 136 Trevor, Bill 197, 263 Tri-Hi-Y 227 Tivett, Jimmy 180 Truitt, Alan 197 Truitt, Albert 197 Tucker, Marilyn 180 Tucker, Tom 136, 281 Turner, Fred 136 Turner, Mr. Harold 55 Turner, Nancy 163 Turpin, Shelley 180, 205, 214, 238 Turpyn, Richard 163 Tuttle, David 50, 180, 279 Tuttle, Robert 137, 208, 212, 214 Tyler, Timmy 197, 242, 263 U Uhl, Kathy 197 Uhl, Terry 163 Uhler, Bob 24, 123, 137, 204, 213, 256, 258, 286, 287 Ullman, Fred 197 Ulmer, Arlene 163 Upton, Drew 163, 200, 204, 206 Upton, Gerald 197, 232 V Valiere, Miss Helen 37, 64, 67 Van Benthuysen, Bob 197, 234 Vance, Darleen 197 Van De Reit, Jack 197 Van Doren, Linda 163, 216 Van Hoy, John 137, 202 Van Hoy, Peter 197 Van Olst, June 180 Van Osdol, Valerie 180, 224 Varnau, Donald 180 Vassau, James 197 Vaughn, Mary 163, 240 Vaughn, Ron 197 Vaught, Eve 180 Veltre, Lois 137 Veneziano, Ken 180, 286 Veneziano, Robert 180, 288 Veneziano, Tim 136, 286, 289 Verner, Danny 163, 197 Vernon, Donna 197, 242 Vetter, Cheryl 62, 163, 241, 264, 274, 285 Vincent, Mrs. Mildred 73 Viglione, Penny 242, 255 Vocational Department 82-87 Vogel, Jim 91, 93, 136, 204, 239 Vogel, Pete 180, 238 Voigtsberger, Virginia 216 Volrath, Mr. Ray 43, 70, 166, 213, 275, 286 Vore, Steve 93, 136, 290 W Wade, Greg 180 Wahlberg, Chris 38, 143, 164 Waigand, Miss Karen 59 Walby, Stephanie 164 Walker, Buddy 139 Walker, Doris 164, 202 Walker, Jo Ellen 180 Wall, Rick 256 Wall, Robert 219 Wallace, Ben 164 Wallace, Mrs. Julia 73 Walls, Leslie 180, 231 Walsh, Ronnie 164, 213, 256, 258, 259, 276, 277 Walstedt, Stephanie 197, 221 Walter, Connie 38, 142, 164, 241, 252, 274 Walter, Toni 166, 184, 240 Wampler, Judy 164, 241 Wanisley, Ken 197 Wamsley, Stan 139 Ward, John 139 Ward, Pam 164 Warfield, Karen 164, 208, 248 Warne, Charles 180 Warren, Ralph 235 Warren, Sandi 139, 246, 247 Watkins, Miss Miriam 51 Waters, Dianne 32, 180, 203, 205, 265, 275 Watson, Dale 139 Watson, Richard 139 Watts, Emily 197, 232 Watts, Judith 180 Wayne, Pam 164 Weatherholtz, Theresa 197 Weaver, Mary 197, 245 Webb, Tim 197, 242 Webber, Nancy 164, 231 Webster, Craig 180 Webster, Karen 249 Weidner, Michael 164, 281 Wekenborg, Mike 164 Welch, Doug 180 Welch, Linda 197 Welde, Wayne 139, 202 Wells, Mr. Allison 45, 62 Welsh, Judy 197, 218 Wenberg, Jim 139 Wengel, Bob 82, 139 Wengel, Leslie 139 YVerner, Ken 139, 248, 288 Wesley, Bruce 197 Wesley, Diane 219 West, Kathy 197 West, Ronnie 197 Wester, Karen 138 Westhoven, Nicholas 180 Wctherington, Vicki 197 Whelan, Mitty 180 Wherry, Kathy 93, 138 Whetstine, Patti 164 Whetzel, Bob 180, 260 Whetzel, Jackie 197 Whetzel, Joyce 180 White, Bill 138, 214, 232 White, Don 180 Winner, Linda 197, 240 Winstead, Steve 180 Winston, Stephen 180 Winterstine, Richard 164, 225 Wisckhoffe, Larry 164 Witachek, Carol 197 Witachek, Edward 180 Witherington, Miss Betty 73 Withers, Storme 93, 140, 208, 214 Witt, Mr. Neil 59, 261 Wolf, Jeff 164, 232 Wolf, Royce 181, 216 Wolle, Wood Wood Wood Wood Wood Cherrie 140 Bret 140 Charlie 181, 235 , Donna 164, 231 Penny 164, 231, 238 , Sam 181, 220 White, Gerald 164, 232, 236 White, Maureen 180 White, Patsy 197 White, Rebecca 197 White, White, Sharyn 180, 216 Torn 91, 93, 138, 204, 214, 216, 256, 259, 286 Wliitebread, Jeff 164 Whiteliead, Miss Bettie 70 Whitehead, Donna 180, 240 Whitmer, A1 180 Whitmer, Do-n 139 Whitmer, Pam 164 Whittaker, Brenda 164, 249 Wichtendahl, Sigrid 164 Wiedner, Lou 203 Wiedner, Mary 82, 180 Wigutolf, Mrs. Bessie 55 Wilbur, Bruce 180 Wilbur, Ronile 197, 255 Wilburn, Linda 248 Wilcox, Carrie 139 Wilgus, Janet 180 Wilhide, Doug 59, 139 Wilhide, Lynne 180 Willhite, Carol 180 Willhite, Paula 164 Wilkenson, Jean 197, 242 Wilkins, Cathy 197, 231 Williams, Jeff 180, 282 Williams, Robert 139, 210 Williams, Sylvia 164, 231 Willis, Jo 197 Willis, Marsha 139 Willis Mike 197 Willison, Jeff 143, 164, 266, 269, 281 Willt, Mike 197 Wilson Wilson 1 Bernie 180 , Debbie 180, 216 Wilson, Mr. Jennings 86, 245 Wilson, Kathy 164, 202, 224, 225 Wilson, Marsha 249 Wilson 1 Pam 180 Wilson, Roy 238 Wilson, Steve 164, 286 Wimer, Pam 197, 243 Windell, Gerald 84, 164 Windell, Marsha 197 Windham, Deanna 197 Windham, Richard 164 Woodburn, Sandra 181 Woodruff, Gary 164, 225, 286 Woodrum, Mr. William 67 Woods, Larry 181 Woodson, Carolyn 194 Woodyard, Donald 187, 229 Woodyard, Harold 140, 141 Woolfrey, Barbara 194 Wooten, David 164, 232 Worley, Chris 93, 140, 232 Worthington, Bob 181, 260 Wrenn, Pam 165 Wrestling Team 276-279 Wright, David 140, 232 Wright, Donald 235, 263, 288 Wright, Nancy 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